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OMAHA AND CRETE
Showing" Beit Clan Among the
Basket Ball Squads of the
BIO STATE TOURNEY NEXT
Centrsl High of Omaha and C eta High
school are clearly the leaders In the at at
basket hall arena judging from the show
ing mad by both trtmi in thrlr final
tests of the season. Coarh Squire's men.
displaying the dome consistent attack
and prowess that they evinced In their
flourlah through the first half of the fu
ton, came through the week with two
vtctorlea marked up over Beat Ire and
Hastings, two recognised leaders, by
overwhelming scores. Central's defeat
tot Lincoln left their record void of
defeat and they are easily In direct Una
for championship honors.
The developments o' the week showed
op several of the second y squads In,
their trua form. Columbus took a tight
game from Be a trine on the Beatrice floor
by a margin of one point. Thla made It
quit clear that although the Columbus
five la one of the fastest In the state It
cannot compare with either Central High
or Crete. It seems certain that the fight
for the sUte title will sift to these two
quintets, with the odd in favo of the
Cretans. Crete's onlv close gsme was
fitayed with Geneva end since tliait team
has bee ndefeated by Lincoln and Ooeola
there Is strong argument against the
sudden efficiency of Coach Tblesen's
Ballaa Geo Five.
Coach A. B. Oelwiok. producer of the
'champion Geneva five of 1911 sprung a
surprise en stats followers by molding
,the Osceola five Into not only first dl
vision but championship caliber. Osceola
has defeated both Geneva and the Ne
braska Agglos. The latter team suo
reeded in walking on Coach Patten's
South High warrto a at the farm gym
floor Friday evening, winning the game
by a scare of to IS. The Tacker
record la sufficient issue In Itaelf to point
to the strength of the Merrick county
five. Along with these two splendid vie
tortee Oelwlek's five had a list of tea
er more other of leser note.
West Point handed Fremont a defeat
on lta own floor Friday evening by a
sre of 17 to 16. Coach Orlnnell's five
walloped the neat Point team by a big
score on its own floor earlier In the ae.
son. Friday' result at least aasures the
publlo of the strength of the West Point
quintet, and Its entrance Into Claoa A
dlvtalon of the state tourney will prob
ably be unquestioned. Grand laland. a
team that haa hardly won a victory thla
year, defeated Broken Bow, a faat quia
let of tut rear's tourney, by a score of
to 17. showing up the worth of the
latter teem. Geneva eliminated Hebron
easily by winning a game with Coach
Jandas team by a score of it to 14
Thursday night on the Ueneva floor.
Hebron still will probably retain a place
In the first division by reason of having
arrested york easily on the Tor floor.
tat Tourney Neat.
The season Is about concluded as far
es the respective schedules are concerned
Teams have ahown their comparative
worth and all that Is left Is the state
tournament at Lincoln, March . , 10
and 11. About 130 teams are expected to
enter, twenty-five of those probably
making up the flret division In theclas.l
ficatlon at the Capital city thla week
official announcement will probably be
ready for the publlo at the opening of
neit week. The tournament will not only
be one of the hardest fouuht In years,
but win be the largest In hlatory and
will be topped by teama that represent
soma of the smallest towns in the atate,
. The principal games of the week:
West Point. 17: Fremont, 1R.
Central Utah, in, IJncoln. 11.
Om-mila. 23: Geneva, t.
t'ioilienlnira'. wi; Overton. .
Nebraska Aitl-a. ; South High, 1$.
Fairfield. : Superior, 11.
''aiif, Ti; Lyons. 7.
'rrl S4; Beatrice. IS.
Crete, 'JO; llantlnga. g.
Hebron. : York. 15.
- Columbus. 80: Beatrice. J.
Oeneva, S, Hebron. 11.
Kebron, SI: Fairfield. M.
Grand Island. 40: Broken Bow, 17.
Dunn Will Manage
CHICAGO, FVb. .-That Prealdent
Iunn will be In control of the Cleveland
club and that the new owners have suffl
dent money to go out and buy players to
strengthen the Indians. President John
son said on his return trip from New
Mr. Dunn, he said, wilt announce the
Hat of stockholders later. The Cleveland
taara would have purchased Frank Baker
If New Tork had not beaten the new
ewnere by a few hours, according to Mr.
Hew s rtwveat Cra.
When the child Is rabjeet to attacks ef
croup, see to it that he eats a light evening-
tnea aa aa overloaded stomach may
bring ea aa attack, also watch for the
flret symptom-fcoereaaaae, and give
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as anon as
the child beoomee hoarse. Obtainable
e verywhere. Advertise ment
WHO 00 TOObE
TltiK STOLE IT?
TE KNOW OONY
STaNO FER THEM
TRICKS ITS ME
OWA MAKES MEAT OF AGS
Star Center Kept from Lineup by
Injury and Hawkeyei Hare
FINAL TWENTY-SIX TO NINE
IOWA CITY, la.. Feb. 20. -(Special Tel
egram.) Hard luck which had pursued
the Ames team before again was on
hand before last nUht's game with Iowa
when Green, who has been playing all
week In the place of the Ineligible Cap-
aln Holmes at center, was kept from
play with an Infected foot Iowa had no
difficulty winning the first contest of
the year from the Aggies, M to . The
Hawkeyes scored aeven points before
Ames got started and ran the score up
to IS to S before the close of the first
period. Aldrlch. for Ames scored their
only field basket, while Bchlff with a
great guarding game and the two von
Lackum brothers started for Iowa. The
IOWA. I AM KB
Bannlck R.F. U.F Hraggon
W. von Lac'm L.F. L.F Porterfleld
fiutton r Pwlney
K. von Lac'm.. H.O.f flXi Aldrlch
Bchlff L.C. L.C Boynton
Goals from field: K. von Tckum (4).
Bannlck (21, W. H. von Tckiun (2), Dut
ton (2), Aldrlch (2). Goals from foul: W.
H. von la kum ( out of elKht), Mwiney
(& out of ten). Huhatltutea: Ijtin for
Mutton. Hvers for K. von lACkum. Mor
gan for Porterfleld, Abbott for Morgan.
Koreree; Kirch or rJarlnam. Umpire:
Hedaea of Dartmouth. Tlmekeeuer:
Khradr of Town. Time of halves: 20
minutes. Hcore: Iowa. 20; Ames, .
Base Ball Game
Masked marvels have Invaded the field
of automatlo baae ball In Omaha.
A team of five masked marvels has
been organised and the masked marvels
are some marvels. Frits Schllebner and
Marty Krug of the Kourkes and Bunny
Holland and John Dennlaon of the Lusus
are on the team. They took three games
out of five from the Alamltos, Ffiday
Also Kchliebner set up a new record for
the boys to shoot at Frits hammered
home 9 runs In the five games. The
previous record waa S5.
St. Paul Wins Game
From York College
ST. rATJL. Neb., Feb. .-8pelal.)-.
Ia one of the fastest games of basaet
ball ever played on the local floor the
college team of thla city won from the
faat Tork United Brethren college last
evening, tS to H. Nelson with seven field
goals starred. The lineup:
T. PAVL-S. YORK-IS.
Orviber L.F. Tt.F Bltehle
Kucera R.K. UK Burke
Jarobaen C. C Graham
Mtller L.G R.O fjaundora
Mesa bach K.G. L.G Glur
Kulwtltute: Nelson. Field aoala: Gru-
ber (SI, Kucera !, Jaooheen (2), Nelson
(7). Meaauacn, Hum U), Kitome, urntim
(2). Glur. Foul gtmla: Nelnon, Burks a.
Pubstltutea: Kucera for Miller. Jacohsen
for Kucera, Reynolds for Graham. Ref
eree: Jester. Scorer: Zocholl.
PORTLAND BOY EQUALS
WORLD'S RECORD SCORE
PORTLAND. Ore.. Feb. .-The possi
ble 300 score made here four years ago
In a schoolboy rifle shoot, which wss
claimed at the time to the a world's rec
ord, was equalled yesterday by CI art stone
Fielding, captain of the Fortland High
achool rifle team, in a match with Morris
High of New York In the Schoolboy
Rifle League of America. One hundred
bullseyes were shot prone and an equal
number offhand. The record of 1911 was
made by Wendell T. Fmlth of the Peer
ing High achool.
MURRAY AND MAN WIN
PUCESJN THE FINAL
N10W YORK. Feb. JO.-R. Llndley Mur
ray of California and A. H. Man. jr..
firmer Tal captain, wen places yeaterday
In the final round of the national Indoor
tennis championship alnglea. The Call
fomlan defeated Watson M. Washburn,
former Harvard star and one of the top
ten of the country. S-l. 1. Waahburn
waa smothered under a fusillade of
speedy smashea and drives.
Man defeated Wylle C. Grant, five
times holder of the championship, 7-5, C-3.
HARLEY DAVIDSON BEATS
DICK BRITT0N BY HAIR
Harley Davidson, the speedy roller
skater last night defeated Dick Brltton
of Omaha in an exciting half-mile race
on the Auditorium roller rink. . The time
was 19 flat Davidson got off ahead
of Brltton. but the latter passed him
several times. At the finish, Davidson
was only three Inches In the lead.
JENNINGS WILL TAKE ONLY
FOUR NEW HURLERS SOUTH
Jennings will take four new t wirier
to Texas with him. They are Cunning
ham and Marshall of Chattanooga; Me
Ttgue of Toronto and Kinithaoa of Lon
JUK OMAHA, MONDAY, KKMItlJAKV, 21, 101H.
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GETS UNDER WAY
Sixty-Two Five-Man Teams Are
Entered in Big Tournament at
. the Hunting-ton Alleys.
WOMEN BOWLERS TAKE PART
The Huntington handicap will occupy
the attention of the local bowling enthusi
asts during the coming week. This bhr
annual event commenced last night after
sn unusually large entry of sixty-two
five-man (earns, ISO doubles and iV)
singles had enrolled, making the highest
entry ever received In a locat tournament
fix teama Including the Garlow Coifs.
city champions, took the runways on the
opening night, rolling a fair bunch of
scores. Miss May Chandler of St. Paul.
Minn., and Mrs. Jimmy Garland of Min
neapolis were the main attractions of the
opening night. Both of these star womon
bowlers from the Twin Cities put on a
series of special matches with the best
local women ten-pin artists. They didn't
fare very well on their first appearance.
Mrs. Huff, city champion, defeated both
of the northern stars In two five-game
matches. Kerr's fipeclnls led In the team
event on the opening night with a J.768
The champion Garlow Colts failed to
repeat, only rolling a 2.646 total.
This afternoon at 1 o'clock six visiting
teama will appear on the runways. Four
Lincoln teama, one Schuyler all-star
quintet and the faat Heln's Colts of Fre
mont are scheduled to roll. The Lincoln
squada are the Lincoln Telephone Co.,
Dick Bros., Ludwlg Bros, and Lincoln
Candy Kitchen. , , ...
At i:80 o'clock Miss Laura Bruch will
roll a special match with Mlas Chandler.
At t p. m. a doubles match will be rolled
between Mlas Chandler and Mrs. Garland
and two local stars. Mlsaea MoOreer and
Rauber. Doubles and aingles will be
rolled during the evening by the regular
entrants. During the week five-man
teams will roll every evening and Miss
Chandler will also roll exhibition matches
every afternoon and evening.
Tuesday night two Wahoo. Neb., teama
end one from Creston, la., are scheduled.
On Wednesday night the runways will bs
occupied by six women's teams competing
as regular entrant against the men bowl
ers. Nert 8unday two more Lincoln
teams are scheduled.
A large grandstand haa been constructed
to acoommodate the large crowd which
will be attracted by the series.
" Last night's scores were:
i s liner 173
Totals ICO M M4
OLiU XJWL.r)KS HOME.
r anion M n 142 1!0 h:
1st. 2d. 31. TOtS I.
Totals M M5
KINNKMAN S COLTS.
171 - 4
o 7-J2 S.S70
1st. 2d. Sd. Tot.
Welch 141 217 1SH 64
Meek 144 12n IM 4?4
Klrkham lf.7 170 IV. til
Biiahnell 120 17 1A 4.1
Weatergard H 1 I'-'t 4:t
Handicap WWW It4
Totala H 4.1 90 2729
1st. 2d. M. Tot.
Wilson lis 11R 1S7 SisS
Turlnsky IKt 122 162 44.
Shaiikey 17 l'.S Ifil 41
MoHhane VS lV 171 4 to
Murphy 175 tlT 1!M IWi
Handicap 87 VJ 87 21
Totals 54 TO4 3J 2i0
let. Id. Id. 4th 6th. Tot.
Mlaa Chandler i: 141 1!W 1K1 141 7TD
Mr. Huff lf 141 lj& 14& -74
1st. Id. 31. Tot
Mra. Garland 127 im 1
Mrs. Huff 2u 14ft 1J7 4d5
Fits did the comeback In the Metro
"Wally" Schnenman has signed up with
the Jotter's Old Age team In the Omaha
"Ced" Pottee haa not worn Ma new
bowling ahoea, consequently he is still
What haa happened to the Tire league
teams? Have Uiey all blown up, or are
The Grain sTxchann leaa-ue finished
its schedule last week, with the Updike
urmin team winning I a Iiag.
"Pa" Klnbeman la selling horseshoes
for a living. He certainly aught to reap
a harvest he always had a big supply
or mem. .
House nien are not barred In the
Wonum e loarue. Mies Mb.-l Houseman
rolled with Ui Nebraska Oothlng team
Joe IHhr waa refused admittance ai
the Old Howlers' home last wevk by the
board of directors, because his average
is km nigo
The Pet Lochs pulled the Clara Relies
aon a few nolchns by winning the en
International Nwi Service. All Right
tire series. The latter are still leading
The two Jetter teams will roll In To
ledo on March 13 and 14. The Mets and
Luxus roll March 1 and 19 and the Rlors
roll on the last two days, March 23 and
The Murphy Did Its are stepping out
In the limelight. They knocked off a
big aeries In the Gate City league last
week and are leading In the Metropoli
Several of the bowling sharks out In
the state will meet her during the Hunt
Inrton tournament and Buttle several old
scores. Special matches will be ataged
on different alleys.
The Mets team was thrown back In
the Omaha league race when they lost
three to the Htorx. The Luxus and Htors
are now running close, with the latter
team out In front.
Now that their league has finished Its
schedule, the Grand KxchanK All-Ktars
are out with a challenve to play a series
of games with a picked team from either
the Mercantile, Mesco or Nebraska Tele
How can you please them? The second
rat bowlera Bay they have no chance
In a acratch tournament and shark bow
lers ray they have no chance In a handi
cap tournament. Tempermental and ec
centric bunch, thoae bowlers.
leagues rolling on the Farnam alleys
will be treated to a handicap tournament
early In April, when most of the leagues
are finishing their schedules. This was
th announcement of Manager Sclple.
who has been receiving numerous re
quests for such an affair from the
leaguers rolling on his drives.
The five-men team scores of the Pet
Ijoch quintet In Minneapolis will prob
ably go down In bowling annala as an
unsolved mystery. When the members
of the team are queatloned about the
scores a serious case of lockjaw resulta.
"Dad" Huntington and Frank Conrad,
will serve shout two weeks In lull, start
ing Inst Friday night. They will conduct
the big Huntington handicap tournament
and both declare they would rather break
A new league, known as the Farnam
league, la being organised to roll Friday
nights on the Farnnrn alleys, to take the
place of the Omaha Grain Exchange
league, which completed lta achedule last
week. Eight five-men teams composed
of B class bowlers will be grven fran
chises. Teams already signed up are the
Updike Grain Company, Omaha National
Tlanks, I'niled States National Banks,
rity Hall Feds, Nebraska Telephone
Company and Grain ETxchanre All Hun.
Franchises will be issued to any other two
teama upon request at the organlxatlon
meeting at the Farnam alleys next Fri
of Buffalo, N. Y., star of eastern bowl-
era, and Jimmy Blouln or Chicago, con
sidered the peer of the western group
of tenepin sharks. These stars will shoot
three aeries of nine games each, ens
In Buffalo, one in Toledo and one in
Chicago. Several efforts have been made
to get this pair together in a match aer
ies, but failure resulted each time. It
was put up to "Deacon" Pete Howley,
champion match maker and popular
manager of Benslnger's sixty-three alleys
In Chicago, to pull off the arrangements
and as usual success crowned his ef
forts. This match will create more ex
citement and widespread enthusiasm
than any other ever staged.
TIE BETWEEN SIX-DAY
BIKE TEAMS IS BROKEN
KANSAS CITY. Feb. .-The tie be
tween the teams In the six-day bicycle
race in Convention hall here had been
borken when the day' riding closed at
10:S0 o'clock last night. Eight teams were
bunched, with a record of 231 miles trav
eled In nine and one-half hours' rid Inn,
while two other teams, Ohrt and Rudl-
Rusae and Madonna and Grimm, were
one lap behind the leaders with a score
of 230 miles eleven laps.
Several fast sprints marked the close
of the day's work. One resulted In a
spill from which Frank Oorry of the
Corry-Rymn team emerged badly hurti
YALE WRESTLING TEAM
PHILADELPHIA. Feb. SO.-The Yale
wrestling team defeated Pennalyvanla
yesterday, by the score of 23 to 9.
Yale gained falls In the 13-pound, K-
pound and heavyweight class and won
decisions In the 135 and 176 pound class.
Pennsylvania gained a fall In the 146
pound and a decision In the 115 pound
COURT HOUSE POOL SHARKS
BITE OFF TOO BIG A CHUNK
Lester Murphy and Joe Byrne, a couple
of court houae pool sharks, went out
looking for trouble the other day. and
found It. ' They challenged Frank A.
Llias and R. G. Con kiln to a five-game
pool battle and accompanied the defl by
five cold rock. Ellas and Conklln ac
cepted the challenge and proceeded to
trim the challengers four straight games.
TIGERS SOON TO REACH
THEIR TRAINING PLACE
WAX AH AC'llIIC, Feb. S0.-The letrolt
American league baae ball squad will ar
rive here February 29. to begin spring
training, it waa said in advices received
here today. Hugh Jenninga, manager
and Harry Tuttle, trainer, are expected
here tomorrow to complete arrangements
for the Detroit -quarters.
BOBBY SCHANGslNT TO
' THE INDIANAPOLIS CLUB
INDIANAPOL1B. Feb. .-The pur
chase of Catcher Bobby Schang from
the New York Nationals, and formerly
with St Joseph, waa announced tonight
by Jamee C. MoOIlt owner or the In
dianapolis American association club. The
consideration was not made public.
It take but a mlnue of time to save
dollars when you read The Bee Want Ad
Drawn for The Bee by George McManus
Local High School Five Wins Out
in Close Game at Capital
SECOND VICTORY THIS SEASON
LINCOLN. Feb. 20. (Special Telegram.)
Omaha High school defeated Lincoln
last night 30 to 15, on the Young Men's
Christian association floor, In a hard-
j fought game which was in doubt Until
iue cioaing minuies oi piay.
Omaha started In the lead and held It
until the cloae of the first half, when
Lincoln spurted and the period ended 8
to . Omaha again took the lead In the
second half and held it until the close.
Albrecht starred for Lincoln, while
Maxwell was the principal point maker
This is umaha's second victory over
Lincoln In basket ball. The lineup:
Substitutes: North for McBrlde. Neal
for North. Andrews for Brian. Field
goals: Albrecht (3), Brian, Smith, Max
well (41, Patty (2), Paynter, Orove, lo
gan. Free throws: Brian (61. Patty (4).
Referee: Beck, University Place.
Army and Navy in
Conflict with Yale
And Harvard Game
NEW YORK, Feb. 19.-It now seems
likely that the Army-Navy game will be
played on Fmnklln field November 25
next. This' will mean a clash with the
Yale-Harvard game In the bowl at New
Haven,' and while the service authorities
do not relish this and are still trying to
avoid the conflict, no alternative date
which Is satisfactory to both Institutions
has been named. The date now In mind
la the Saturday before Thanksgiving day.
The Quakers had Intended to arrange a
game for that time, but the fact that this
idea appears to have been dropped may
be regarded as an indication that the
Army and Navy have approached a def
inite agreement conoemlng November 26.
George E. Nltxsche, recorder of the Uni
versity of Pennsylvania, is conducting
negotiations with the two academies for
the use of the field, and believes that
matter relating to the (ram will have
been concluded by next week. After the
1915 game at the Polo Grounds It was inti
mated that the Navy might agree to a
readjustment of the agreement which
called for the playing of the 1918 contest
at Philadelphia, but It Is now understood
that talk of this nature waa not at all
Baby Doesn't Like
So Schmidt Quits
Members of the Braves who reside In
or near Boston, declare that Charley
Schmidt of the Braves was forced to quit
the team on aocount of hi baby. Last
season Charley was on the bench and,
suddenly, looking wistfully to the south.
One of the members of the team asked
him the cause, and he replied: "I'm
thinking of the kid at home, and wish
I were there." Someone said, "You're
getting sentimental, Charley," and he re
plied. "Well, when the kid said, 'Daddy,
I don't like Mr. Stalling.' and then
added, "It's because he keera you away
from us,' then I thought It about time
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Soldier Fleeing from
Prison Meets Death
SAN FRANCISCO. Feb. DO. -An unsuc
cessful attempt to escape from the
United State desciplinary barracks on
Alcatras island In Pan Francisco bay
today, resulted In the death by drowning
for Claudo Ely, and In capture for his
companion, who name was withheld by
the government authorities. In a heavy
fog they slipped away from the guard
and entered the water. The tide, how
ever, waa too strong for them, and both
attempted to reach Alcatras rock about
lii yarda south of the island. Ely's
companion succeeded, but Ely. according
to the raptured man, aank from sight a
few feet from safety.
Both men acre serving short terms
for breaches of discipline.
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rut CO BACK
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RICHARDS TROPHY TO
SIOUX CITY KNIGHTS
Visiting; Team Carries Away Coveted
Prize at Central Whist
ST. JOE TROPHY TO 0MAHANS
Richards Trophy Ku-r
W. L. Pet
K. of C.. flour City...
Elke Club, Sioux City..
"ma r-ara, umana..
Omaha Whist Club...!
The Knights of Columbus Whist Huh
of Floux City carried awav the Richard
trophy and the honors of the Twenty
second annual championship tournament
oi me central wniat association held at
the Fontenelle Friday and Saturday. The
Omaha Whiat club, that looked like a
sure winner after Friday's play, lost
three games Saturday and finished at the
foot of the ladder.
Omahans Get Tropny.
The St. Joseph trophy for nalrs wan
won by Rlseman and Wlgton of Omaha
with a total of plus 14. The rest came
In the following order:
T.snirfcllf .r, 1. in. mi
and Martin, plus H: Bchlesl and I ihbe,
plus 4Hii Abbott and Chambers, plus 4
Barton and Reynolds, plus 2; Wtckimn
and Moore, minus : Stebbins end S ck-
ier. minus z; Buck and ShawcrosH. minus
SIX' .nrf I At f 1 o. ...
and Carpenter, minus 10H; Pennlston and
vitiuup, minus zo.
The Schmetior trophy for the free-for-all,
which- was held last evening, waa
won by bohms and Velt of Grand Island
with a score of plus 6 1-8. Barton and
Reynolds, and Llbbe and Bchirsl tied with
St. Joseph waa selected Saturday after
noon ae the place for the next annual
tournament which will be held there Feb
ruary t and W, 1917. V. P. Benjamin of
Council Bluffs was elected president of
the association. Charles W. Martin of
Omaha, vice president, and H. H. Llbbe
of St. Joseph, secretary.
Directors chosen are Frank Brewing
ton, Council Bluffs; H. Slevers. Grand
Island; C. A. Cook, Omaha; W. A. Schiet
el. Elk Point; W. A. Glenn. Sioux City;
John Schlesl, St. Joseph; J. Carpenter,
York; H. P. Shuraway, Wakefield; Al
Dreyfuss, Omaha, and J. J. Shea Bar
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CROTTE BROTHERS CO. fLtt
General Distributors Omahs, Nebraska wp
Persistence is the cardinal vir
tue in advertising; no matter
how good advertising may be
in other respects, it must be
run frequently and constant
ly to be really succcessful.
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KNOW THAT I
COT THE WATCH."
New Arsenal at
Des Moines Ready
DE4 MOINK8, la., Feb. 20. Property
of the Iowa National Guard will here
after be safeguarded In the new $lf,0no
arsenal, which is ready for occupancy,
and which waa erected by the state mili
tary department at Camp Dodge, near
Heretofore the military property haa
been stored in a Des Moines warehouse
at a rental cost of $1,000 a year. Adju
tant General Guy E. Logan obtained au
thority to build the new arsenal from
the last general assembly. The building
is convenient to the camp grounds and
munitions can be more easily handled
and at less expense than under the old
syem, says v-eneral Logan. The struc
ture is fireproof.
M'GRAW NOW HAS SIX
OUTFIELDERS ON STAFF
Manager McGraw now has six out
fielders. Besides Rousch, they are Kauff,
Burns, Robertson, Thorpe and Bablngton.
TOu C. JARUIS
Council Bluffs, la.
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