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TIIE BEE: OMAHA, MONDAY, JAMJAKY 17, 1916.
BOWLERS PLAN FOR
Entries Already Coming ia
Annual Event on Fanuun
SEVERAL OTHER TOU&NEYS
Tha close of tho holiday Nuon and the
recent ooid snap have sent the bowlers
to the runways and the Increased clatter
of the pins la noticeable. Other cause
for the renewed activity of the bowlers
are the announcements of special erenta
coming off In the near future.
The annual city tournament, in which
the winners are declared city champions,
haa been set for January 2? and M. Hits
biff local event, which Is looked forward
fo by all the bowlers, will be rolled under
the same conditions this year as last.
Alleys Kos. S, , 7. . snd 10 at the Far
natn, the same ones used In the recent
Midwest tournament, will be used and the
same cross-alley system will be used In
every event The ususl tesm, doubles
and singles events will be rolled on a
scratch basts. Entrance fees have been
made $3 per man In the team event and
It per man In the doubles and single.
As this tournament is rolled under the
function of the American Howling con
gress, an additional fee of tl Is chsrged
annual does to the congress. Teams
must participate In this tournament to be
come members of the American Bowling
congress and be eligible to bowl In the
big tournament held by this organisation
In Toledo during March. Entries close
t midnight January 24 and should be
sent to Secretary C. J. Cain at 19)7 Fsr
tiim street. Arrangements will probably
be msde for the women to take part In
a separate tesm event.
Kate VUr K.veat.
Another' tournament ' to be held this
month is the annual Gate City tourna
ment. This affslr will be rolled on the
Morrison alleys snd is open to leagues
rolling on the Morrison slleys, excepting
the Omsha lesgne. Tesms wlil be en
tered from the Omsha Qua. Omaha Elec
tric Light and Tower, Lithographers' and
Uate City leagues. The matches will be
rolled on a handicap bssls. On account
of the handicap system, the entire mem
berships of all the above lee cues are
expected to enter. Secretary Jake Btlne
of the Gate City league is receiving the
entries. The events will be rolled on
January 57. 28 and 29 and the entries
Close January 2S. , An entrance fee of fl
per man in the team event and SO cents
per men In the doubles and singles will
The Huntington handicap tournament
will not be staged this month ss planned,
hut will be held about the middle of
February. Miss Birdie Kern, world's
champion woman bowler, will appear In
artlon on the runways during ihe pr
grtss of this tournament.
Omaha Tessas' at Fresaeal.
Another tournament of interest to the
local pin topplers is the sweepstakes
tournament held in Fremont on Jan
uary H. The matches are open to all
snd entries will be received from out
side points. Omaha will enter about
five teams, Lincoln, three; Wshoo, Schuy
ler. Grand Islsnd and Columbus, on
each, and tournament entry will be
about three teams. The entranca fee
will be t per team, which will make a
large pot to be spilt three ways. Omaha,
teams are especially Interested In this
event, due to the magnitude of the cash
prlxea. They will be pitted, however,
sgalnst some strong tesms and will have
to make a strong shewing In order to
The annuel Metropolitan handicap
toiimsment will be held early in Feb
ruary. It will be open to the world.
Full arrangements have not been msde
try Manager McCsbe, but he promise!
some new snd novel features In tourna
Kntry blanks for the International
tournament at Minneapolis hava been re
reived. No regular organised Omaha
' leains plan to enter but a few individual
howlers ere laying plan for at least
one all-etsr team to represent the Oats
'ltv. The Twin Cltv bowlers and Inter
national officials were very loyal In their
support of the recent Mlddlewest tour
nament held here, and the local bowling
, fiatrrnity hopes to psrtlally reciprocate
for the splendid entry and showing made
,by the trnpin artists from the north.
Five strong Omaha quintets plan to
enter the big tournament held by the
- American Bowling congress at Toledo
during March. Four of them, the Luxus,
Mcts. 8tors and Jclters' Old Age, are
l lie pick of the Omaha league, and the
oilier, the Jcttera" Old Ae team, will
: hsve lx of the best from the Brunswick
alleys on the Pouth S'de. None of these
have sent In their entries yet, but will
. do so ss soon ss they pick their dates.
Wins Hunting Title
KiMH.KH HPKIXHH. Tenn.. Jan. 11
.Vikisicftippt Spot', a setter owned by R.
11. 8ldsy of Buffalo, N. Y and handled
by 1'. C. Kills, Loonevtlle, today was
awarded the il ia nf ainatane ft,...,,,,!.,,.
hunting dog ove.- u field of fifteen which
competed In tho championship stake of
me All-America Field Trials club here.
Mlalflprl Suort ran In the finals
agsinst. the seur Netherby Jack, en
tered by William Armstrong of High
Point. N. C, snd handled by Dr. V. H.
.Miller of Bolivar, Tenn., and won first
piece by a narrow margin on bird work.
Netherby Jack was placed second.
Bain's Dam. another Kldav
bundled by iJ!ls, won the third money
snd the setter itoe Roller, owned by T.
T. Ashford of Blrmlnghsm. Ala., and
hsndlrd by II, 'V. Brooks of Springville,
Ale., wss pie -rod fourth.
Ths amateur dertv.- the final -'
thy All-America trials, was not concluded
Avoca Wins Fast
Game from Union
AVOCA, Neb., Jan. 11 (Special.)
Aota aon a fast game of basket ball
from rniojt here last night, by a score
of to II. Both teams played a good
game. The lineup of the teams was as
Harmon I. F. L.F..
:irh.ra K.U. R ()..
Ki-ld a-oela: Harmon i. W. Fahneauxk
iti. C. !-"ahneeu k 161, Kteaeitnan. Y.
I'i'.d'iK. Iloback (it. Peai'kley (ll. Free
i!u'ia: I" ahueetrM-k tit, I. Lod'ly (7t.
.-tie-: Ava. v), I'nlun, 1. ileferee:
1,-lkraknrg Slarta wllh Wlm.
V.THKNP''fH ! .I.ii. iKim-tnl
THVg.-am The Out lien burg High a- hol
t,rk-l ball tatll alartd ihe e,-Mori of
ln,.rl ball L- dt-lrallug fuwd lfikli
14 lo y. Tl.e Imtol tv-ajtl Oiitpl'i1
lil tU-llOII 111 UiO f 'tl but vas-
WISHER HOLDS CDP
IN SHOOT THERE
Omaha, Club Loiei Trophy by a
Margin of Thirty-Seren
ZERO WEATHER I?0 HANDICAP
WI8NBR. Neb.. Jsn. 1. (Special.)
The Omaha Gun club came to Wiener
today in spite of the aero weather and
a northwest wind. The grounds face
the northwest and so the shooters had
to face the wind snd that the are all
good red blooded fellows la proved by
the feet that all men shot through. Good
scores could not be expected. Wlsner
retained the cup for the third time by
a margin of thirty-seven targets. There
were thirty men. who shot through the
entire program. Scores out of a possible
.. T Gallagher 64
., TA nun !
.. m Klnssley 7:1
. . Roberts 1.0
.." ! evors k 7
.. Wl llernham
.. 7 Racan 7
.. M Klliaon Tt
. . K ("hrlstensen fc!
.. tOMlddaugh W
The Wiener tti.u expects to send a
good number to Omaha during the west
Leads Rifle Teams
WASHINGTON,, Jsn. l.-Washlngton
' State college, with hits out of a pos
! slble 1,000, led In the first aeries In twelve
matches just begun by thirty-nine col
jlege and university teams throughout
!tha country under the ausnlcea of the
I National Rifle Association of America.
Michigan Agricultural college was second
with tt. .
Other high scores were:
Massachusetts Agricultural. W2; Nor
wich university, Wi; West Vlrvlnlsn uni
versity, Kxtt: I'nlversity of Pennsylvania.
9M; Notre name, 0; Iowa 8tate unlver
Mliy, m; University of Illinois. ; Cali
fornia university, University of Ver
mont, 071. All of these clubs are In Class
A except Notre Iame, which is In Class
Wsshlngtnn State college was high In
Class A.. Notre Dame In t'lss H and
Hensselser Polytechnic, MR, in Class C.
Huskers Win Again
From the Jayhawks
'LINCOLN. Jan. l.-(8peclal Telegram )
Nebraska is another step nearer a Mis-
sourt Valley conference championship in
I basket ball as a result of an easy victory !
; over Kansas here tonight, making two 1
j straight for the Huskers.
J The Jayhawkers played - good basket
! ball In the first half and the score stood '
14 to 13, with the Huskers on the long j
end of the score.
Nebraska opened up in the aecond half
and played Kansas of Its feet. Ruther
ford led with six field gosls. with Camp
bell and Shields giving him good support.
Gtbbona was the big point maker for
Badgers Lead in Race
For Floor Honors
CHICAGO. Jan. is. With a clean record
Lof victories, Wisconsin leads in the race
for conference basket ball honors. In
cluding last night's games the standing
la as follows i
W. L. Pet.
Wisconsin 1 A 1 onn
Illinois 1 it l.noo
Northwestern .....1 A l.
Towa 1 1 .mm
Purdue .,1 ' 2 .:t;W
Chicago 0 1 ,0"O
Minnesota . 0 1 .(
Indiana 0 1 .fKM i
OMAHA JUNIOR FIVE WINS
conu UaeTHifie nnniTCT
1 1 v iii i I i ii u uuiiii li
As a preliminary game to the Omaha- i
Lincoln oombat last night a crew of ,
Omaha juniors defeated Bob Hater's 1-year-old
team from Hastings, 2 to 10, j
' HASTINGS. I
Lnngwell . ...
k'kllf , 'VUI.aI.a- "l
MaoFarland (4), Coinp (2). Oilier (3. Foul
goals: Hull (SI. Kauf (2). MscKarland (S).
Substitute: Moore for Cotun. Referee:
Cavan of Omaha university. Timekeeper:
w. Ketersun. Time of halves: is and HO
ITS SIXTH VICTORY
GENEVA. Neb.. Jan. 11 I Special.)
Geneva High school basket ball team
a oo rod Its sixth consecutive victory last
night, winning from Sutton, SO to 7. The
gsma was featureless, the local boys be
ing able to score almost at will.
The ,Gneva High school girls defeated
Western High school girts. IT to IV
On December 17 Geneva High school
boys defeated Crete High school, 8S to 11.
Next Frldsy night these teams will meet
Kreaaeat Wll halleace.
FREMONT, Neb.. Jan. ll-9peclal.)-A
team of shooters from the Fremont
Gun club will challenge Wlaner. which
won . the match between Omaha . and
Wisner at Wlsner, for the possession of
the Charles Reese trophy emblematic
of the atate champlonahlp.
C'ralar Defeats Baaeroft.
CRAIO, Neb., Jan. 11 (Special. )-Th
basket ball team of the Hancroft High
school came down Friday night and met
Ihe local team at the high aohonl gyn
naalum. The game was faat and stub
bornly contested all the way, but ihe
locals won by a acore of 21 to 1. The
Craig tesm waa sertoualy handicapped
by th absence nf one of Ita rtronseat
players. The Crsig team has defeated
1 loo per. Decatur, Tekamab. and Bancroft.
Vark Wlu froaa St. Paal.
YORK, Neb.. Jan. 11 8peial Tele
gram.) Two games of banket ball were
Played last evening In the York rolleaa
gymnasium. The flrat waa between the
college and htsh school irirls. -ore tl to
T in favor of the college. The college boys
won from Bt. Paul. s to it.
llrlrallartats . Meet.
HURON 8 D. Jan. 1 -Sneeial.l-Ts
State Horticultural society will meet In
Huron Ti.rtxlay. Weriueaday and Tlmi.
day.-January 1K-3U of next week for its
twenty-seventh aunual (iteetiiig.
(kaatkerUla'a ( aw Heaaedy Meat
"I have taken a great many bottles
of Chamberlain1 Cough Remedy and
every time it haa cured ihe. I hava
found It nvst effectual for a hacking
ouh and for colds. After taking it a
much always riUappears." writes J. R.
Uouie, Lost Valley, Gg Obtainable
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BOWLING TOURNEY TO
BE HELD AT FREMONT
FRKMONT, Neb.. Jan. l.-Speciai)
The Fremont Rowling association Will
hold an independent tournament at Fre
mont, Jauuary si, wtea It is expected
V J. At I HOPE
by George McManus.
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teams from Omaha, Lincoln. Wahoo,
Cchuyler, Columbus, Mors bluff and Fre
mont will take part. Only five-men teams
will take part. An entrance fee of fcs& a
team will be charged. The money will
bo divided threo ways.
Ileal Tba iic Waat Ad. It ajgl
S haters and Ice Cutters Make
Use of the Lakes Around Omaha
There was no need to telephone to the
city hall yeetcrday to find out if there
was Ice on the vsrimis lakes In snd
nesr the city for skaters. There was
Ico most everywhere. The very wind
that shrieked from the north seemed to
be made of gaseous Ice, cs It cut sua
numbed noses snd ears.
Hut sero weatner snd biting l:-.d didn't
keep the skaters from the lee. Hy early
In the sfternoon the little Inkes at Hans
corn, Rlvervlew, Fontenclle, Miller and
Curtlsa Turner parks were filled with
merry crowds, though moat of the rkaters
were of the juvenile order.
Fires were built at somo thi likes '
snd at others, where there are xn.iur
houses, r os ring fires blazed In the stoves
and offered facilities for thawing out.
Carter lake ia a great smooth sheet
of Ice. There's teal "man's sise ' skat
ing there an 1 on Ita surface, with Its
wooded shores and wide open apace, one
can almost imagine himself far from
i CLARKS COME BACK STRONG
I st. t ; 1 : - j T?: i tt.is tt
at tci Aisiimg jii jciisk nail iuc;
Make Whirlwind Finish and
CEEIGHT0N LAWS VICTORS
After trailing in the first half by a 12
to 6 score, the Walter O. Clark s came
back strong In the second period and de
feated the fast Burgee s-Nash quintet last
evening at the Young Men's Christian
association, 18 to 15. While the Bumascos
had everything their own way In the first i
period, the Clarks more than outplayed
the department store tossera In the final
BURG ESS-N ASH. CLARKS.
Meyers LF.IL.F Puryesr
Hyde K.F. R.F Klepser
Flndley (!.c Lynn
Amberson L.'.IL.O Parrtsli
Howard R.G.I R.O... . Montgomery
Huhstltutea: Jones for Hyde. Nolan for
Klepser. Field goals: Meyers (2), Hyde,
' -irye e Noln. punish (2). Montgomery
(3). Foul goals thrown: Meyers, Hyde
' , Lyru . oul i committed: Huriresa
Nssh, 8: Clarks, 8. Referee: Williams.
Times of halves: 20 minutes.
Crrlshton Laws Win.
At the I'nivertity of Omaha the Crelgh
ton Laws completely outplayed the II ivli
School of Commerce five, winning by the
one-sided score of 34 to 9. Snyder. In
contributing seven field goals and six
foul gosls, wns directly responsible for
the barristers' large score. McDonald,
who made his first appearance at right
guard for the lawyers, was also in the
limelight. The lineup:
Snyder R.F.R.F Milberg
Flood L.F.IL.F Johnson
Festner O.IC W. Reeves
McDonald R.G. R.G ,.G. Reevef
Kamanskl L.G.L.G Rohusek
Suratltutea: Conhlser for G. Reeves.
T .arson for W. Reeves. Field goals: Sny--der
("t. Flood (), Festner (3), McDonald,
Milberg, G. Reetes, J-traen. Foul goals
thrown: Snyder (, G. Reeves (3). Fouls
committed: Creighton, 12; Commerce, ir.
Referee: Maxwell. Time of halves: 20
Villa's Brother Rails.
NEW ORLEANS, Kan.. Jan. 11
Colonel Hlpolito Villa, brother of the
Mexico revolutionary leader, and R. R.
Floras and J. L. Guttteres, both former
generals in Villa's army, sailed from
here today on the steamer Chalmette for
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civilisation. Rut this wss notably ile.
sertej yesterday. In the afternoon there
were perhaps UK) on the lake, but on the
large spsce they didn't "show up" much
for a crowd.
Ice harvesting proc.cdcil at full blast.
"Cut Ice w lille the w eather's cold," Is
the rule and the day of rest Was not
observed. At t 'a iter lake and Seymour
lake lame forces of men and teams
were st work and the automatic machin
ery for putting the hloi ks Into the houses
made the harvest (treat. The Ice hss
row attained a thickness of from six
ten to twenty inches and the houses
are filling rapidly. More men can bo
Pol to work and Captain Kline of the
t-alvatlon Army stated that he could
give Ice-cutting Jobs to ".'! men right
now If he could get them.
The cold was so itreat that ,t number
of the churches of the city omitted their
Mexican Dies from
Typhus in E Paso
F.L I'ASO, Jan. 1. Monopltne Martinez,
a Mexican who came here from Pledrssj
Negras, opposite F.al Pass, Tex., sev
eral days ago, d'ed at the county hoFpttal
today from typhus fever. The case wss
diagnosed as typhus fever by Dr. John
W. Tappan of trie 1'nlted States f in
Martlnex had been In the hnopital but
two days. Previously he had been at
large In the city. Reports hove been fre
quent that a largo number of cases of
typhus fever existed at Juares opposite
here, but In every instance have been met
with vigorous denials by Mexican au
thorities, although vouched for by Ameri
Advertiser and customer profit by the
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OMAHA LOSES BIG
Country Defeated by California Club
in Fight for Western Ama
DEFIANCE OF OLD BOARD
CHICAGO, .lan. 16 The Western Golf
i ao lillon w ill hold its 191A amateur tour
j nsment on the links of the Pel Monte
1 club of Monterey, Cel., It was decided to
There wns heated ilehate st the meeting
of tie hK.4oiuion over the offer of the
Del Monte, club to py the transporta
tion of the entrants.
Tho outgoing hoHrd of directors ruled
that to accept this offer would deprive
thofe accept Ins or their standing as
amttteurs. The new board did not pass
' on the question, hut It may change tho
ruling of the previous board. It Is said.
! President Frank Woodward of the
I'nited States Golf assooiut'nn nttending
Ihe meeting us a delegate Intimated that
IT thf Western association accepts the
transportation lis members may all be
Iderlared professionals by the national
I CASE OF FOOT ANDM0UTH
r DISEASE AGAIN DISCOVERED
FAST ST. LOCH. III.. Jan. 16.-A case
' of foot and inoutn Uiccuse waa dls ov
j eretl today In a drove of hogs at the
j National l-'tock Yards here today und
. seventy-three hojis in the unloading pc
I were killed at once. The shipment was
from Tsyiorville. HI.
t'ottna titurrhiiair Hume.
POTTS VILLK, Ta.. Jan. 11- Fire to
night dostroyed a storehouse filled with
cotton and two loaded cars of cotton
on a railroad siding of the Atlas Powder
company, south of this city. The dam
age is estimated to be about $-5.'0ii. Tho
cause of the fire is unknown.
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