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BRINGING UP FATHER
CLAIRE DOGS ARE
Sick and Joe Claire, Owned by Ea
g&n and Woodwortn, Bole Con
tender in Final Bound.
OWERS "WILL SPLIT MONET
Dick Claire and Jo Claire, black grey
hounds, both owned by Ragan ft Wood
worth, beat their competitor In the third
round of the all-age stake coursing at
the county fair grounds yesterday. That
make them cola contenders In the finals
and high dons In the main event, so their
owners will divide first and second money
Instead of racing- It off.
Excellent coursing- by other dogs
marked yesterday's events, and a larcr
crowd attended than on previous days.
A bis program will be staged todiy, Including-
finals In the puppy atako, two
consolation stake and a special stake.
On Sunday afternoon sixteen of th best
dogs will bs coursed In braces, making
sixteen races In all, for a $100 trophy cup
offered by Chris Lyck.
Mr. Cannon, owfled by W. B. Flack of
Grand Island, winner of the 6X rup at
Beatrice this season, and considered one
of the best cou ruing dogs In America,
will run In Sunday's races.
Testerday's results were as fol'ows:
A LINAGE! BTAKE.
Third Round Dick Claire beat Greoe
nockwell, I to J; Joe Claire beat Quick
Third Round Turn O Tide beat Great
Western. S to 1; Ruck beat IJiate 8., 13
to t; Killarner Girl beat Ginger, 1 to 1;
Hie Coiia,iiere got a bye.
Second RoundRed Sunflower beat Girl
Scott, u to 7; Lord Help I s beat SI
Wedgewood, Irt to t. in a second race,
alter tying- In the first.
First Round-lioy Scout beat Diamond
Wedge, 7 to 0; Tee Squanlea beat Prlnceas
Vat, a to 0; Irish Brigade beat Ldy Lone.
lo t; Master Ilarry beat Hard Flue, 6
Bellevue Star is
Laid Up Since the
Foot Ball Season
Bellevue college's star tackle, John B.
IJcbtenwaltner, jr., son of Dr. J. B.
Uchtenwnllnor, apartment 1. th Mary
land, familiarly known as "Uny," has
been confined to his bed for ten days by
seilous lajurl sustained In foot ball
All season th XXV pound tackle was a
veritable tower of strength, outplaying
even the stellar Data from Wayne. Just
before th game with Doan November
is, b sustained a bruised rib In a prac
tice gam. This Injury wa aggravated
until a sever strain of the back and
kidney muscle was lit result. II played
inrougn in uoan game, out wa
forced to take to hi bed shortly after
and wa unable to make th trip to
Tarklo. Although he 1 now able to leave
th hous hi condition docs not improve
and h I to undergo thorough medical
Of Valley Dates
ST. LOUIS. Dec X. Foot ball schedule
for 1916 were partly completed today at
th conference of th college comprising
th Missouri valley conference. Th fol
lowing are th game agreed upon:
Washington University October 28.
Drake at St. Louis; November It. Mis
souri at Columbia; Thanksgiving, Ft.
Louis against Washington.
Missouri University October n, Ames;
October 2S, Oklahoma; November 4,
Texas; November 11, Kansas Agricultur.il:
November IS, Washington; Thanksgiving.
Th Thanksgiving assignments are con
ditional on approval being given to
Thanksgiving' game by th faculty rep
GAME GOES OVER TWO DAYS
LOS ANGELES. Cat.. Dec. t-The foot
l.fcll am between Syracua university
and Occidental college set for tomorrow
v.as called off today. A telegram from
V. If. brooks of th Byracus team aald
that it wa beld up by a slid hlch
Mocked the Southern Pacific railroad
i ear Duiumulr. Cal., and would not ar
live In time to play.
Occidental athletlo authorities said that
the gam would be played Monday.
CREDITORS OF SOWERS
CALL BAN JOHNSON
CLEVELAND, O.. Dec. .-It wii an
nounced today that th Cleveland A mer
it an lea cue club lll b sold unless Presi
dent Ban Johnson of th lea rue can con
vlnr it owner, Charles W. Boraers. and
th bankers' commute In charge of his
f fairs that it will b to his Interest to
rrtsln th property. President Johnson
;t eicled her next week to discuss the
iruillun, Ueorge W. bteele, head of th
ti.kei' coa.ialLtM, said today.
l UESS I
1 1 I 'nu it II 1 1 i a i i vf- iv s i
Matched for Twenty-Round Bout
SY nPrJ Photos
BASKET BALLAT OMAHA U
Twenty-Five Yonnj Mea Are Candi
date! for Positions Upon
FORM LEAGUE IN THE SCHOOL
Twenty-five candidate reaponded to th
first basket ball practlo at th Univers
ity of Omaha yesterday. Three of last
year regulars. Adams. Krnst and Bruce
were among th player. Many of th
new men have had htgb school experience
and are expected to make last season's
regular keep a hot pace if they wish,
to land on th quintet. McUrlda. former
captain of th South side school, and
"Jap" Leach, also from th packer dis
trict, ar two of th new candidates.
Th athletic board will decide upon a
coach th early part of thla week.
Basket bail promises to Uke a firm
hold upon th students of th local school.
Claas team ar being organised into a
league to decide th school champion
ship. Th indoor sport Is also spreading
among th co-eds and under th direction
JETTER'S OLD AUK.
I-eahv 1M ICS 141 471
Rlchey 117 1WI 1.6 4i
Handicap ..MUM Itki
1st. Jd. Id Tot.
...! KJ 191
..v m is7
..163 1) til
Totals 77 !WH Riil S0
Forvyth ,.17J IW ls7 6im
Helms 1H4 11 li 1
Ago lit l 1,1 b.Mi
Tm 1K7 lw) 141 M0
Lamb 170 131 111 612
Total tt i7 13
1st. 2d id. Tot.
Mcfhan ...ll l& lti iiu
Tuvlnsky .AM IHu Iwi ir,
Itham ...Ail 140 1( 411
Pkanky 119 m l,t 4ss
Murphy ....146 17H 1V 614
Total 6(4 Ml g 330
Nk.ll, CUUTillNa t).
Zimmerman 17 1M )fl H0
Zarp tu& hi 17t M
Totals ...WT Till KO tm
1st. tl. M.Tot.
n l vr m
2' .2 14.1 133
iHiherty 1, ISO lh rig
wartcnow ..! w it (
Learn Ill 1J0 lt m
Totals . . .WR net
Int. td. Id. Tot
Hamestroni la t4 2l US
J. Jroh....j:ii tit law M7
lluntiiigion .161 i- l'l
Conrad In !l 211 .W
Ncal in 210 17 tt
Totals . . WA ioi joaa
(toiler hoi in
1st. Id. M Tot.
.214 1m t 1
AM 1M 170 4M
li KOn MNU
171 171 tnl
J0 Ifl )7 6,0
AJi 114 l: U
Total ...Mi SJ CI Ti
M pri III L.e;e,
WROTH S CAFK.
Ul. 1,1. Id Tot.
Handicap ..17 17 17 61
Totals a Til 4 mj
THUS. KILPATR1CK. CO.
1. J.I. Sd. Tot.
Kahn I l ill 470
Mckiauua ..UO HI 1J0
Urirn M 170 144 4
Tiiarrup ...1 141 fcH
Merryiuan .1.1 171 11 M
Totals n nut
O U 'HARD-W ll'llhl.M.
WWiklin ...)S4 loo 13 V
Kelffer ....1 111 VM v1
Krrd ckson .111 Iti l', 411
Malm lii W l.t i.o
biulLk 171 1m Jul 64l
Totals 71 7J0 M J2U
1st. 2d. Id. Tot
Kolls 171 211 115 67
Druuuuond 14 111 17 it
McCoy 217 16 171 6ft)
Idhdaay ...AM 1J 1K1 61
Keluu ivt Iff 4ti 4,8
HaiiM-n ll 167 la 4tt
r anion ! law lid U1
Totals J0 t3 111 71
iiKANUKlrl ST Alert
lit. 21. M. Tot
r )xv ih m
1J lMl MX
1m) 14 6l(
17 Ut 111 612
IV 1J 211 646
Totals M4 771 9S 271
DHfc-XtL, hliok) ( O.
lt. M. M. Tot
Story 13 117 V 411
1'rvxel 1-X 1.4 14 4 n
Arumtrong .hA 111 M U
THE IIKE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1015
Copyright, IBIS, InternstlnnsI
News Kervlce. Registered U.
8. Patent Office.
VUZ MOM AH AN
m HERE LAST
of Miss Mantor, a co-ed team will be
The basket ball schedule being- arranged
by Student Manager Melcher calls for ten
college game and for this reason the
athletlo board has withdrawn the team
from th Trl-clty league, which It had
planned to enter. Members of the board
are of th opinion that th games of
the league coupled with the college con
tests would Interfere with college work.
JENNINGS SAYS HE WON'T
LEAVE TIGERS FOR FEDS
CinCAOO, Dec. 1-Uarry Rlnclalr
backer of th team which the Federal
league propose to put In New York. Mid
today that ha would offer the manage
ment of th team to Hughie Jennings of
th Detroit Americana, and had also bid
for th services of FYank Baker of th
NEW YORK, Deo. (.-Hughie Jennings,
manager of th Detroit Americana, de
clared today that he had not been offered
the management of the New fork Fed
eral league team and that ha would not
Zlrss 1(B V4 121 446
Miilwagon .142 l.vt 1,0 4.
Hradv 1 1J UU 1.4
Handicap .. s 11 24
Totals.... KIR Wi2 7t 441
M. K. ISM 11 H fO.
. , 1st. 2d. 3d. Tot.
Welch 147 146 138 4..1
Mnoilko K5 ,i ;u 41
Klikhain .At li.i 141 ,)
Uushnell ...Vfi tut H5 4,1
Total...... W T S6 231
1-OKD MOTOR t'AK Co.
nt. J1. 3d. Tot. !
Sample ....w i;i i(2 f4
yion Hi 14 in 447
Hutchlns ..ls U'7 l.'.l 4i
,K''b IdO 1K7 17s 616
t op harv 13 1&4 187 ;7
Handicap 4 4 13
Totals TV 7i KS J4
- 1st. 2d. Sd Tot.
Kdmondson 1 l.'H 1S7 j,-,
Mctlhee 10 Ml IIS &H
Puchal 1U7 1 128 gbi
Andresson ,.1' US 141 3.1;
Prry M li iio 491
ToUls ...660 CIS T3D17
lit. 2d. Id. Tot.
.in )4 ig i.a
ah ia i n j
Abl 1W hA 4TO
.111 If l'S 447
.214 i2t t 6ZA
) 1 t-f
7K1 Kit 140 2471
- K1NO tt.
w i) D n
U) lu Sit
1J 10 JL'7
liil 141 444
1st. J.I. Sd Tot
1 t 147 4MI
.l:4 HI no 3,
.! 1M Ul 41.
,.m i4 m iy
YM 147 115 3H
Hall lid 103 luO SSI
Totals ...hi 7ol 42 Xt
1st. Id. d Tot.
Ostronlc Ul 148 w )
Welti 144 1.T3 1.17 414
K. Perchal...lil 111 1W
Netwlg I.o 171 I,- 4,
VV1S 11 1M li4 4.1
Totals . .' 113 M8 U6
lt. !d. M Tot
PloomouUt .ISi l,T 1k kii
Johanson ..131 T 1ST 4u
K apple 130 1-4 134 i&t
lllllmer 17 140 ll- 44!
Kucera U4 lit 1J4 44
ToUU ...771 7J6 HI ll
Freshmen Trounce Juniors in the
Windap of the Basket Ball
SOPHS BEAT PEEPS 22 TO 9
The sophomores best the Preps. 23 to 9,
and th Freshmen, the Juniors, 29 to 18,
In the final grimes of the l:el euo colics'
taMket ball. tnu'nrr""nt 'IVit Si f-'-h-men
th championship. In the firnt rnn
the Preps put up a plucky flht atia.nxt
their lancer opponents and at several
times tied the score.
. Tha score at the end of thf f'rst hilf
wns 10 to 8 in the Sophomore", favor, but
In the second half the college men took
pie load and, because th Propa failed to
take advontoKe of the fouls they male,
wen On tamo.
The Freshmen-Junior frame wns a fit roe
fast contest characterized by cl so guard
ing, good team work, and sensational
throwing from the field. The Juniors'
(Cora wa dve to substitutions in th.lr
line up, all but three of their points hclns
made by supplies. m
For the Freshmen Rule threw eight
goals from the foul line, Silxby. Noyes
and Krwln, making the fh Irt ),": 1 1 John
played against a tough proposition and.
although ahut out of glory, put up a harJ
The line up:
.Alien II K.
Pluottn (C.) C.
R.O un til
Allen 15). Stuwuil
Goals from field:
(3, UUmore 2), K Inn er, Zurcher. (!ual.
li'om. tout line: Mncneil Hrtem-.
Maxwell. Timer: CummiiiKs. Poorer
enke. Time of halves: IS mlm'tes.
I holps-Sllsby. R.F.
No yes C.
L.F.. Maxwcil Allen
L.1 Mur I i
Cinals from field
Sllsby (.1), Noycs (21.
Kiwln. Allen l.li. Mrtln 2. Q nU from
foul line: Rule (K), Mnxwoll M). All" i
Cl), Martin. Refere: Webb. Timer: Cum
mings. Kcorer: . Wenke. Time of hajves:
High School Five
Faces Strong Teams
With practically a new team to form
and the material still an unknown quan
tity the high school Is making up one of
hn strongest basket ball schedules It has
ever tackled. Roth Sioux City and Lin
coln have been signed up for two gamen,
two of these games to be played here, one
ot Lincoln end one at Sioux City. St. Jo
seph will play here. Kansas City Manual
ttlil probably ba brought here for a game,
everything being settled but the signing
of the contract.
The first gams of the season will be
!,layed at University Place against Uni
versity Place High school on January 11.
York, Nebraska City and Fort Dodge will
also be cn the schedule,
The high school will enter a team in
icth the Trl-City and the Commercial
leagues. Regulsr practlo will start at
the Young Men's Christian association
Carlton Swller has Wen appointed man-j
ager of the basket ball team at the Cen-,
tial High school for this year. Swller U
a senior and holds an office In the cadet
li-glmcnt. Ho was a substitute end o:i
thti foot ball team llila var '
Heads South Eleven
"Weary" Graham, 128-pound end of th !
South High school foot ball eleven, has ';
been elected captain for th lti foot
oan team. 1 ne rieet end received nine
of the eleven votes. "Weary" is very
light, but Is a fearless tackier and Is one
of th fastest men In th squad.
Th team wtll not be banqueted this
year as last. W nat money tne athletic
association cleared on the Norfolk contest
will bu reserved for basket ball. There
la lea than on hundred dollar In th
Letter will b given out by th coach
thla week. Thoa who will be honored
are: Bill Oraham, Lyman Oorr. Quatav
Rugie. Rryan Nixon. James Clnek, Dwey
Curtis, Vernon Caplllt. Jtmml Neator,
Oeorge Hott, Van Arthurton, Joe Dvorak,
Harold Khalnholts and Myron Anderson.
AEROPLANE BEATS AUTO
HUNDRED THOUSAND PRIZE
OKMUU3EE. Okl.. Deo. I An ell
lease, aald to be worth several hundred
thousand dollars, was the prise at stake
in a race between an aeroplane and an
I automobile and the atropine w on.
On receiving news that the o'l lease
on the land of Tom Webb, an Indian,
had expired, two oil men hurried to
reach th Indian first to obtain th cov
ered oil rights to his property.
K. W. GUI left In an automobile. II
had four mile' start when a representa
tive of th Klngwood Oil company pro
cured an aeroplane from a local school
of aviation and. sweeping through the
air, passed his competitor and al jned
Webb to th ! befor GUI arrived-
V" ' II ' " iv r I
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Drawn for The Bee by George McManus
WILL HAUGHT0N BE BACK AT
HAVAED NEXT YEAST
Th contract of Percy Haughton, who !
has developed the roost wonderful foot
ball teams In Hn-vard's i history, ter
minates -with tlio .resent season and
there are rumors that he will not resume
h's work as coach of the Crimson next
year, and that his place will be taken
by Charley Daly, former Harvard quar-
terback and now conch of the Army
The rumor says that Haughton' busl- (
ness Interests are demanding much of
his time and ho feels that he would
rather retiro now In a "blacxo of glory"
than to wait for an off year.
To Play Wisconsin
According to dispatches from Madison,
Wis., and Evanston. 111., the I'nlveririty
of Nebraska ha Invited theso two
schools to enter Into negotiations with
the Hsuker school for foot bill games
-Northwestern anp"r.cen Ncbrnr-ka. the
Michigan Aggies nnd Notre Dame have
applied for places mv the Purple and thit
one of th trio will l ibahly be accom
modated. Recall Fact that
Napoleon Had His
Horses Well Trained
(Correspondence of Tha Associated Press.)
IjONDOtf. Nov. 10. In connection with
the accident to King George, who sun
tallied severe Injuries In a fall from his
horse, the I-ondon papers ,recall the pre
cautions that were taken lest Napoleon
should appear at a ' disadvantage on
horseback. The emperor was not a first
1 lass horseman, and hla horses were al
waya specially trained. Here is a descrip
tion of the methods employed:
"Thy were trained to remain per
fectly steady under torture of every de
scription; to receive blow about the head.
Drum were beat, pistols and rre craca
era were fired in their ears, flags waved
before their eyes, clumsy packages, and
sometime even sheep nd pigs, were
thrown between their legs, isone were
deemed sufficiently trained until the
emperor could, without the least diffi
culty, pull them up short at full gallop,
which wa hi favorit pace."
FOR INSURRECTION NATIVES j
OF FORMOSA ARE TO DIE
(Correspondence of the Associated Press.)
TAIWAN. FORMOSA. Nov. :H.-Th
l umber of native condemned to death
for insurrection has now reached the !
total of . About 40rt natives have been j
sentenced to prison for vsrlous terms. ,
The death sentences, most of which j
have already been carried out. are e- I
pected by the authorities to have a salu
tary effect in discouraging revi lut cnary
plots throughout Formosa. j
Arrive la PklladelBfeU.
PH1I.ADKI.PHIA. li. 3. Tlio hree
suffrage envoys who hsve broncSt t (
automoh'lrt from California ie Itlon to 1
lie preentcd to President Wils n nni
conqress net week urging h imn
of a federal amendment en "r inchUinv ,
women were we'eomed here txljy by ;
Mayor Blaiiekenuurg. .
WASHINGTON. De. I The final hear
ln to tha federal trade commission In
quiry into the lumber Industry wtll b
held ar December 13.
fri II "i r-inii
..v .v ; MVk- v,
t . til '
Tod Sloan Eef uses
to Discuss His Case
NEW YORK, Dec . Tod Sloan, the
former American Jockey, returned from
England under deportation today. He
told newspaper men a he left the liner
Adriatla that he bad been sent out of
Knsiand without a trial, but refused to
make any other comment on his case.
CARLISLE TEAM OUT OF
. WASHINGTON. Dc 1 The Carlisle
team will not b a contender in future
in collegiate foot ball g&nva as a result
of a decision by Secretary Lane today
after a conference with Commissioner
Sells of the Indian aervico and Superin
tendent LJppa of tha Carlisle Indian
Some Overcoat Values
Very Much Worthwhile
For $16.50 we are offering some Overcoats not sur
passed and seldom equaled at the price. Many of them
are regular $2o values. They embrace the short, loose
coat with velvet collar, some Staple Black and Oxford
Chesterfield Coats, and some Warm Ulsters. The ma
terials are Tweeds, Cheviots, Meltons, Kerseys, Vicunas
and Chinchillas. They are splendidly made, unusually
good looking and will give satisfying service. Drop in
Saturday and see these Superb Cfl
Overcoats for plOOU
SHOP SATURDAY FOR CHRISTMAS
See some of the handsome neckwear displayed in our
windows; also Manhattan Shirts, Dress Gloves, Mufflers,
Hosiery, etc. Every article bought Saturday for Christ
mas makes the holidav worn- that much less.
Christmas Gifts Worth While
Sporting Goods Department
Men's and Women's Duxbak Clothing.
Guns and Rifles for every requirement and every
purse. We make a specialty of light guns and rifles for
women and boys.
Leather Town and Country Coats, for golf, driving or
Ice Skates and lloller Skates. Air Rifles.
Hoy Scout Specialties. Russell Moccasin Boots.
Spaulding and Reach Rugby Foot Balls $1 to $5
Striking Bags, both single and double end, $1.50 to $7
Boxing Gloves $1.50 to $8
R CU (Hi
school. Secretary Lnno held that in th
future foot ball must be subordinated to
the educational feature of tha school.
DCANFS BASE BALL
SQUAD BEGINS PRACTICE
CRETE, Neb., Dee. 8. (Special.) Th
first practice of the Doane college basket
ball team was held Thursday afternoon
with about twenty candidates out in suits.
The practice this year Is to be in th
opera house, although the lease will not
be signed for two weeks. The high schorl
and college are renting the bulldln?
Jointly. One of the goals Is up and tha
othet will be put up In a day or two. At
a meeting Wednesday afternoon Lloyd
Whltchoune, "W, of Hastings was electei
temporary captain. The opera housa
floor Is fairly good, but the playlni? spai'fl
is not as good as It might be on account
of two iron posts which hold up the roof.
The best Eelected line of
athletic apparel in the west.
We are headquarters for
Basket Ball equipment.
THE SPORTSMAN "
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