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OT ME A
IT IS FAR BKTTER TO BUY
' A REBUILT CADILLAC
THAN A CHEAP
To th man who want to enjoy
the advantage which the Cadillac
afforda, but who prefer not to
Invest th amount which a new
car of that tyr require, we al-
warn have In stock a few rebuilt
Cafilllac cara of all models, each
In first-class rnndltlon throughout
and ch one acid with tr. Stand
ard Cadillac Guarantee.
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ift-4 FARNAM 3T. PHONE D. 4225.
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Overland tour ng, electric equipped, -tili
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1916 FORD roadster, excellent runiilna
order, reaaonahte. Firestone Tire and
Rubber Co.. Tarnam.
J"OH ' light . flv-jienger car. equity
la a country atore building. Harney a5i,
WHKKE can I get a good uiied car?
Industrial Oarage Co., th and Har
1X14 MOHKL Molina touring van In good
condition: all new tliea. one extra tire;
or would trade for good roadater. Pax
ton Oarage. 9rtm Farnam atreM.
FOR BALK 191 Ford Hoadstei good a
new. Flve-paseenger Oakland. Just been
overhauled, In good condition. 2427 Far
nam. Uouglss raw.
Volt ALh Biifu down 10. M. F, Su; very
classy; must acll at once; very cheap.
lfrij HUPMOBILE. flrat claaa condition,
. phone Walnut U3. ReskUnc.
JxU N. Wth.
Automobile Wasted, '
WANTED TO BUT.
Will pay good 'nth price for allghtly
vsed late model Ford touring car. Call
Florence M3 evening after :
Aato Repalrta mm I'alaOatf.
NLB. Auto Radiator Repair Pervlc, and
trices right. SIIHJ4- Wh Ht. t). a:0.
tiiu reward for innstieto we enn't repair,
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Omaha H-idiator Hep. Co ' M Far. D.
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batterlea. Blorage. 2. r arnam. i.
AI'TOMOBl L.H IN8URANCB.
Fire. Tlirft. L.bllltr and Property
hamuli at lwal"Ratea.
KIIXY. KL.L1H A THOMPSON.
U-lt City Nat. iiank Did. Loug. mi.
rV.OTORCYCLES AND BICYCLES
tH SALii 1S15 model Indian aide car
baa nr will iraae I iirww-purvu inumn
motorcycle and aide car lor auto or
clear lot. Harney Mil.
u. ... In in tuied machlnr. Victor Rooe.
"TVia Motorcycle Man." 17U8 Leaveoworth
viiTii-R TO CONTRACTORS
Br dtroeilon of the property committee
of the Hoard of Jtrgcnta of the I'nlver
ally of Nebiaaka; blda will lie received
..-ii a .'.in. ii n m.. Monday. April 10.
314. at the of(l-e f the undersigned, for
construction of an Agricultural Kngl
neertng building on the Unlveralty Farm
..mi,i wkmr I iiv-oln. rV Da rate blda will
be received for installation of heating and
ventilating, plumbing and electric wir
ing for aaid ouiUlina; ail oiua on ouuu
Ing construction and the eeverej Inatal
latior.e of equipment must be In atrlct
accordance with plana, drawings and
apeciflcationa now on file In the office
of the superintendent of construction In
th I'nlveralte Admlnatratlon building at
Uncoln. Hiddera must apply to and con
fr with th superintendent on all rn ut
ter! concerning eooatmction and bid
thereon and must In all case ua th
blank prepared under th direction of
aaid eui-erlnlendant far bidding purpoae.
Approximate coal of aald building In
cluding et-ulpment above mentioned I
fiv.M). Hkla nuiat be acconipanied by
bank caahlera checka tr evrt If Irate of
ouolt payable unconditionally to the
Hoard or Kegenta of the Cnlveraily of
Nebraaka. in the amo'.ntn p-id for pur-
Soeee atated In the "tnatr. .liona to bid
era." accompanying plana and apeclfl
cailona Kida muat be aealed and plainly
inarkeit on the outalde cover. "Agricul
tural Puildlns." or. "Knglneerlng Hulld
lug KfuipiTMnt." as the case may be
theatir.g. plumldng etc.). The right la re
aerved to reject any and all blda.
The I'aiveratty of Nebraaka.
J. H. LAI.Vi.-i. hecretary.
Station A. IJncoln.
M l-a-M-a. Ai-oM.
Dee readers are
to overlook the
the "Want ad" col-
worth while reading'.
HOUtE - WE
DOT DON'T LET
tA-0 WlCff wuau
Arrirei in Omaha Sunday After Four
Nighti on Pullman Viuting
Topeka and Wichita.
FINDS EVERYBODY HOPEFUL
After four nlghta In a Pullman and, aa
a reault. four nlghta of gentle bumping
over railroad tie. Prealdcnt Frank C.
Zehmng of the Weatem league blew Into
Omaha Hunday morning after paying
lalta to cltlea In the southern wheel of
the Weatcrn circuit.
Zohrung left Omaha laat Wedneaday
night at 11 o'clock. He arrived in Rt. Jo-
aeph Thursday morning and ehortl later
left for Topeka. After apending Thurs
day In Topeka lie took a late night train
for 'Wichita and arrived there early Fri
day morning. He remained In Wichita
all day and returned to Topeka on a late
night train. He apent Saturday In Topeka
and took a night train, for Omahawhich
landed him here early Sunday morning.
Which meana that Prealdent Zehrung
did more traveling In four daya than Tip
O'Neill did In hla life.
Zehrung waa enthitaiaatic over the proa-
Pecta at Topeka and Wichita.
Teaeka I Oytlmlatle.
"1 attended a Rotary club meeting at
Topeka Thuraday," aald the prexy, "and
I found every member full of baa ball
enthualaam. Oovernor Capper attended
and officially and personally Informed me
of hla offer of a sliver trophy for th city
with the largest opening day attendance.
Uankera, merchanta, jobber, newapaper
men. everybody In Topeka 1 confident a
successful year will be had.
At Wichita It la the same wav." con
tinued Mr. Zehrung. "I spoke befor th
Kanaa club .there Friday.
"Wo are bound to have a great year."
aald Zehrung. "Ueery city In this league
la enjoying unbounded prosperity. Wichita
I growing so fast they believe they will
pass the 100.MO mark In two years. To
peka Is growing, building are going up
everywhere. Ht. Joseph, Lincoln, Hloux
lily, Des Moines, they are all growing
and are proaperou. You know how pros
perous Omaha la. Its business gaining by
leap and bound. It' th same way all
over tne circuit and aa a result we can
not help but have a great year In th
President Zehrung will come to Omaha
tti middle of April for talk before the
commercial and Rotary club.
Mr. Zehrung left for IJncoln laat night
Signs Hurler Who
Looks Like a Find
I'nleas h Is mistaken In his Judgment
Johnny Donnlson, manager of the Champ
Liuxus, believe h ha picked up a nifty
right-handed hurler. Th twlrler Den
ntson believes will make good Is F. H.
Davis, a newcomer to Omaha, who
pitched In Blows Falls. 8. D., last year.
Dennison got his first look at Davis
yesterday. Th first Sunday practice of
the lAgua was held yesterday afternoon
at Luxus park and Davis, who had been
doing a lltti p radio for a week, chucked
the pill up for hitting practice. He showed
nice easy motion, throws without strain
ing himself at all, and has lot of speed
and curve. Hla only shortcoming yester
day mas lack of control, but th data
1 so early no Judgment regarding a
pitcher's control can be made.
About twenty athlete. Including aev-
eral rival player who couldn't wait for
their own nine to a tart practice, were
out at th 1-uxua lot yesterday to get the
kink out of their arm and leg and
limber up a Ult.
To Lay Out Course
For Kearney Club
Chsrley Johnston, professional at the
Happy Hollow club, goes to Kearney to
night to lay out a tolf course for the
Country club of that city. It will be a
Bine-hole course, laid out over om sixty
acres th Kearney club has.
Quit a number of Happy Hollow golf
er ware out yesterdsy. Johnston re
ports that alxty or seventy of th most
ordent bugs b reeled around the llnka,
even though the li iiporary green, ar
still being used. ,
Cahn and Symes to
Battle on March 27
Albert Cahn end Harry Byrnes will play
a -point match for th Nebraaka Mate
billiard championship at th Byrne par
lors. Match 17. Symes recently won the
honor la th atat tourney and is defend
ing hla title against Cahn'a challenge.
AbsW Wlai frwa Muni City.
ANHIJCT. Neb., Maroh 19. (Special )
Ana'.ey llgh school team won th annual
1 or i - from Maaoa City HUh achool here
Filthy evening. Th decision of the
Judgea wa unanimous. Th Analey tam
conauKed of Leota Anderson, Clo Bristol
nd Ouy Marsh. Mason city waa repre
aented by Sara Walker. Vera Barker and
John Mc kolas.
ropyTtgtit. 1115. Interna
tional New Service.
I V40ULD UE 7
ARE TOO HOIEVT
CET THE, V
DO TOO ORiNK
HOW LONJ DID
MOU WORK IN
Wreitlert of Amei College Too Much
for the Mat Men of
CLASSY TUSSLES ON THE LIST
AMEfl. Ia.. Inarch 18. Speclal Tele
gram.) Charlie Mayer' Iowa tat
wreatler trimmed th student mat crack
of Nebraaka unlveralty in easy, quick
and cleanly cut style In a dual wrestling
meet in the state gym this afternoon.
Score of point: Iowa, Nebraska,
The match showed an unexpected Im
provement In the Cyclones, who were
beaten badly by th University of Iowa.
Iowa lost, 16 to 14, to the Cornhuskera.
There were six bout. Iowa state won
th four weight tip to the light heavy
weight on fall. Otnupallk, captain
elect of the Nebraaka eleven, got a point
decision over Albrook In the 166-pound
The Oloupalik-Albrook tussle waa a
classy one. Tbey went to It In two
rounds. In the first Otoupallk rushed
Albrook, but Albrook discarded his de
fensive attitude and did the -uahlng him
self. Otoupallk tried a to hold, but the
referee made him let loose of It. The
match waa about even, but Otoupallk
showed the moat experience and got the
decision on point. (
McKlnley, Iowa state, split even in a
draw In a heavyweight bout with Ko-
altgky. McKlnley waa on th offenalve
moat of th time and had the Huaker
beaten on taotlca, but he lacked the
knack to hold th Nebraakan'a shoulders
on th floor. Th match went two ses
Stein, Ryan' gym, Da Moines, waa
135-pound class: Won bv Iowa State
in on round, a fall by Perry from, Bryan,
wun h- crapevine. lime, z:o.
lXi-eound claaa: Won by Iowa State in
one round, a fall by Kreber from Uow-
man, with hair nelson and chancery.
i inia, :uu.
146-pound claaa: Won by Iowa Stat in
two rounds and In fall In second round,
hy Iourks from Uutherict, with chancery.
Won by Iowa State In
two rounds, by Firkins from Dalits, with
chancery and hammerlock, one fall.
Mo-pound claaa: Decision awarded to
Nebraska, Otoupallk over Albrook, in
176-pound claaa: Called a draw after
two rounda between McKlnley (Iowa
State), and Kositaky (Nebraaka), 2Mi
Score: Iowa Btate. 22; Nebraska. 6.
Omaha Luxus Team
Shoots Good Game
In Toledo Tourney
TOLEDO, O., March 18. (Special Tele
gram KThe Kru Luxu team of Omaha
led the teams on the early shift of five
man contestant In the American Bowling
congress tournament tonight with 1.711
a bad middle game in which Krug and
McCarthy lest th combination after good
opening attacks, costing tha club a good
trance for the money. Th team will
land well lnlde of th atandlng. Th
Met team ran S.5P4 on th same eh'ft.
tut will not cash, Th team gt oft
with M, but was going strong at the
2d. 3d. Totl.
12 194 63
140 Ml Hi
1HX 146 M
2 2:4 til4
173 187 V9
2d. 3d. Total.
WT 172 i.l4
ITS 244 fJU
lot 192 W.
11 It. 446
220 170 66)
3 921 274
o. w. oorf
0. Jarueh .
Call for Athletes
To Report Today
Johnny Dennison. manager of th-i
champlonehlp Luxu nine, ha issued a
call for all candidates to report for prac
tice at Luxu park. Twenty-fourth and
Vinton streets, this afternoon. Denniann
expect about thirty candldatea for Job
to ahow up, a about that number have
applied to him for position on hi duo.
Everyoaa who chow up will be given
an equal ehanc to make a place on th
tears. Inasmuch a th Luxu uniform
ar to b new and nifty affair this year,
Dennison aays his athletes will have to
bring their own suits out for practice
Illinois Won Big 9
Indoor Traok Meet
CHICAGO. March 18.-r.Unol won th
Big-Nine conference Indoor track meet
tonight at Northwestern university with
Wisconsin was second with 2V point.
Th others finished a follow:
Chicago. 9; Perdu. S; Minnesota, i;
Northwestern 2; luw. V Ohio,
OMAHA, MONDAY, MAKCII
I woz. sx
IN TOLEDO. EVENT
Luxui Pin Tumbler Rolls Into Third
Place in All-Events with Grand
Total of 1,874 Pins.
ALL OF HIS GAMES ARE OVER 600
TOLEDO, O., March 19. (Special Tele
gram.) Al Wartchow of Omaha waa one
of the high men In the American Bowl
ing coiatrresa tournament here today with
a 1.S74 mark that Installed him In third
place In the all-eventa. He cleaned up
634 In hi five-men series, came back
with 636 In the. double and landed 004 In
Wartchow shot an errorless series In
his last attack, when every pin counted,
but played the pins a trifle safe. One
double In the last game was his beat
strike record. Two railroad stopped him
In th middle game while he had only
one double in the first game.
Ted Neale and F. Conrad got 1,140 for
the beat Omaha doublea, McCarthy and
Whrtchow showing 1,1. Both pairs will
cash at the finish.
Bcorcs were a follows:
T. Nfeale, Omaha 143 is.1 216
F. Conrad W ) 1,140
A. McCarthy. Omaha I7H 167 146
O. Ooff, Omaha
J. Jnroah, Omaha ...
A. Km if. Omaha
...16 222 VA-1,126
...a 177 166
...l 1SW 1,087
...15 174 1W
...14 143 212 1.082
...119 141 175
..199 201 2021,037
A. Wartchow, Omaha 2fW m tn4 6ft4
W. Learn. Omaha 197 few 1V 57
F. Fanton, Omaha IR'l 26 1 Mi
Ted Neale. Omaha If. 232 157 647
f. t-onraa, Oman a m m 17 Ml
M. Huntington, Omaha.... 179 ! 18162
A. McCarthy, Omaha. . ....13 1J7 15 mm
O. Goff Omaha ..MA 1SH 1M-Roa
J. Jarokch, Omaha 1B 169 ITS 4M
Commerce High Five
Wins the Last Floor
. Fray of the Season
Due to the stellar flipping of Q.
Reeves, left forward cf th High School
of Commerce, Coach Drummond l basket
shooters had little difficulty in defeat
ing, the Joe Smith of CouncU Bluff In
the closing contest of th Commercial
league laat evening at th Toung Men'
Christian association, 26 to 17. Reeves
connected with th basket seven time
and added an additional tally by a foul
goal. Th lineup;
COM MERCK. I JOE SMITHS.
Johnson R.F. R.F Wataon
I. Reevea L.F. L.F Thomaa
W. Reevea C Kynett
Carlyle R.O.I R.O Wise
Conhlaer L.O.IL.O Smith
Suhatltutee: Flxa for .lohnaon, Rokusek
for W. Reeves. Field goals: Johnson.
Flxa 2. . Reeves (7). Carlyle 121, Wat
son (3), Thomas. Kynett (&). Foul goals:
O. Reeves, Thomas (3). Fouls committed:
Commerce, 8; Jo Smiths, 9. Referee:
Willard and Gotch
Will Be in Omaha
May 8 with Circus
Jess Willard. champion heavyweight
pug. and Frank notch, the retired wrest
ling champ, who has returned to tho
game, will b In Omaha May 8. Thla
announcement waa inado yesterday by
the contracting agent of th Sclls-Floto
circus, who arranged yesterday for the
circus to appear In Omaha on that dale.
Willard and Uotch are to be feature at
traction with the circus.
Sioux Falls Wins
South Dakota Title
HURON. 8. D.. March l.-(Speclal
Telegram.) Sioux Falls won th atat
championship at South Dakota High
school basket ball tournament here to
night, defeating Red Hold In the final
game, 21 to JO.
In the semi-finals Sioux Falls defeated
Aberdeen. 31 to 29, the teams playing to
a tie at the end of time and playing five
mlnutea more to decide. Itd field won
over Brooking. 1 to It. In th other
match In the scml-flnals.
New Orleans Defeats .
NEW ORLEANS. I.,. March 18. The
New Orleana Southern association team
defeated Cleveland Americana her to
day, 4 to 2.
MEMPHIS, Tenn.. March 18. The t.
Louts Americans found two Memphis
pitchers easy today and defeated tbe
Menmhls Southern association team. 9
to 4 In the first of a four-game series.
OVER THE LITHUANIANS
The Nonpareil club's tug-of-wsr team
proved too much for the South Side
Lithuanians Friday night, deapite the fact
that the latter puller were quite a bit
heavier. The Nonpareil yanked tho
Utiiuantans to the flag In three minute
and fifty-one aeconda. Following the lull
a St. Patrick's dn-e was then at the
Nonpareil club's room
Drawn for The Bee by George McManus
BASKET BALL SEASON ENDS
Brandeis, Omaha Nationals and
First Methodists Are Pen
BANK TEAM WINS BIG TROPHY
The local basket ball season came to a
close following the contest between the
High School of Commerce and the Joe
Smiths of Council Bluffs at the Young
Men's Christian aoclatlon last evening.
While the larger number of quintets will
disband Immediately, several expoct to
hold on for several weeks, taking on some
of the nearby towns.
Th good showing made by the tlireo
leagues this season has already started
officials laying plans for next season. To
keep the team together a much a pos
sible the Young Men' Christian usoct
atton has organised an Indoor base ball
league composed of the basket cracks.
Six fives of th Church loop have already
Joined and It Is expected that the other
loops will follow suit
For winning first honors In the Com
mercial loop, tha Omaha National Banks
will be awarded a larger silver shield
given by. Mrs. Harry Townsend In memory
of the late Harry Towascnd. The shield
Is of silver eighteen by twenty Inches In
size and will be permanently awarded to
the quintet that wins the Commercial
league honor three time. In addition
to this th Omaha National Bank will be
given Individual bronxe medals. ' Tho
First Methodist, champions of the
Church league and the Brandeia Stores,
Tii-Clty league champs will also receive
Individual bronse medals.
Final standings of the year are aa fol
lows: .TRI-C1TT LEAGUE.
Omaha High school...
University of Omaha.
Won. Lost. Pet.
Omaha National Bank..
.12 ) 1.00)
High School Reserves 8
Joe Smiths 6
Townsend Tigers 6
Omaha independent 6 6
M. K. Smiths 3 7
High School of Commerce 4 9
Won. Lost. Pet
First Methodists 12
Hanscom Park Methodiate.... 6
St. Mary'a Congregational.. (
Calvary Baptists 6
South Side Baptlnta S
South Side Preabyterlan 3
Flrat Christiana 1
New Amateur Rule
Is Proposed for the
NEW YORK. March 18.-The executive
committee of th national tennis aasocla
tlon made public a proposed new amateur
rule to be presented for adoption at the
annual meeting of the association In
1917. President CI. T Aden and othr
offlclala admitted thai the preaent rule
was so ambiguous It would be Impossible
under It to disbar Maurice E. MoLaugh
lln. Thomas C. Bundy and W. J. John
ston, th Callfornlans. or F. B. Alexan
der and Wallace F. Johnson In th east
because of their connection ' with th
sporting goods business.
Two featurea stand out prominently In
the new rule. It alma at the aource ot
violation by preacrlblng against the pay
ment of expense to player by club
giving tournament unless permission Is
obtained from the executive committee,
It prohibits a player engaged In tha
sporting goods business from competing
In any open tournament, match or cham
pionship, while so employed, but does not
declare him a professional. Players may
be disbarred who permit their names to
be used for sdvertlslng purposes. These
rules are not to become operative until
April 1. 191 H, If accepted at the annual
meeting next year.
The executive committee also arranged
the tchedule of tournaments which will
be Usued next week. The list contain
thirty more tournaments than any re
The newly created Middle Atlantic sec
tional doubles were awarded to the Co
lumbia Country club. Chevy Chase. SHI.;
the Missouri Valley aertlonal doubles to
the St. Louis Amateur athletic aasocla
tlon: 'the Southwestern doubles to the
Dallas Lawn Tennis club, Dallas. r
The data of June S wa awarded for th
women' championship at the Philadel
phia Cricket club.
Read Bee Want Ads for profit.
them for results.
delate Brrcer sld.
Th Naahvllle club report tbe aal of
he Teteran pitcher. He'.nl Berger, to
Gaiveeton of the Texas league.
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TRACK WORK AT CENTRAL
HIGH MONDAY AFTERNOON
Track practice will start In earnest at
Central High school on Monday after
noon, and Coach Mulligan will start at
once to round his men Into shape to par
ticipate in the bin meet to be held at the
Auditorium on Match 31.
Brilliant prospects for another atato
championship team ftre held by Coich
MulliKan and Captain "Chuck"' Morearty.
The only weakness now secirn to be in
the lack of welsht men. "Fig' Newton
has returned to school and will prove a
valuable man In the high Jump and
dashes. Wilbur Fullaway will be back
to add a few points In the high Jump and
The team will probably lose "Ch'ck''
Neville, the star hurdler. Neville, a
member of thla year's foot ball team and
a major In the cadet regiment, decide.)
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