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GAME WILLBE CLOSE
Nebraska Coach Thinks Kansas
Will Put Up Excellent
Article of Ball. ...
DOBSON MAY NOT PLAY
Lincoln, Neb., Nov. 16. (Special.)'
"There will not be a margin of se
en points," Dr. E. J. Stewart,' Husker
coach, declared here today in discus
sing the Nebraska-Kansas foot' ball
game ncNt Saturday afternoon at a
"pep" rally at the university t his
morning. ' "'? i,
Stewart, Vic Halliganj Jbhriny Cook
apd Ted Riddell were, the speakers at
the rally, Which was interrupted long
enough to permit a bloody class scrap
between freshmen and sophomores to
be pulled off. .- ..'
Owen; Frank, who for three years"
siarreo as a tornnusKSrv-was hack
d said a ;fevf words of encourane-
mem ia-nic squaa.
Vartuv Coins' Good. -
Thee iosing-strimmage-bf the week
oeiore the Dig game, tpuno the var
sity going in spieridid'shape:. Johnny
Cook provided a few thrillers 'by elud
ing the scrubs oirfoar Jong runs,
which netted touchdowns each time;
Jimmy Gardiner was back in the line
up for the first time,' in three weeks
and played a great: game) He and
cook promised to provide the most
virile offense seen by the Cornhusk
ers this .season if they measure up to
anywhere near the. form shown last
night. . ' w
The prapUcc. thksitcmnon,anwiwtt4
ed only to dummy scrimmage, with a
long drill on signals and new forma
tions. Fumbling has been a big sin
with the Huskers all season and
Stewart feels that it must be- reduced
to the minimum next Saturday after
noon if the Uuskers are to win.
No Odda Offered,.
None , of the Husker booster) is
offering 'odds on .Nebraska's chances
and if Kansas wants to bet any money
it will have to be put up on an even
basis to win.
The Jayhawkers are due to arrive in
Lincoln Friday afternoon unless Ol-
cott changes his plans again, and Ne
braska field will be turned over to
them fnr a ukn-t tu.
Huskers will follow a liaht
Friday with only a brief sisrnal nran
tice rridav afternoon. - a '
Gardiner for Dobson. ,
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It has been definitely determined
that Paul Dobson will not be able to
play the entire game, if at U, Sat
urday afternoon and Jinimy 'Gardiner
win ukc nis piace. uopsonjwas.jnoj'e
severely bruised in practice -Tuesday
night than was first thought -likely.
The loss ' ofy Dobson will seriously
handicap Nebraska in the kicking de
partment, as tne uavia City . lad
lomed up -as one of the best punters
developed at Nebraska in recent year.
He has averaged better than forty
yards in his punting and in a tight
u.inc inciting is a very material tae
The remainder of the squad is in
splendid physical condition and should
gei mrougn tne, battle-with little
trouble. . . ' '
Seat Sale Heavy.
Guy Reed said the sale of seats in
dicated everv available ana,- uiniil.1
be filled with the hundreds of home
coming grads. There are arrange
ments on tap to show the graduates
a merry time during their visit, with
social features at all of the fraternity
houses Friday night, the annual class
scrap of the Freshman and sophomore
classes Saturday morning and a big
after the game.
Kansas City, Mo., Nov. 16 A ne-
tition for an injunction to prevent
Carl Morris, Oklahoma heavyweight.
irem uoxing nueen roundswith Bat
tling Levinskyhere tonight was filed
today in the circuit court by M. New
man, former manager of Morris.
The petition declares Morris has vio
lated the terms of a five-year con
tract with. Newman.
William H. Moore Wins
' The Preliminary Event
New York, Nov. 16 William H.
Moore, with his four prire grays for
which he is credited with having paid
nearly $100,000 in -the. hope of winning
the Vanderbilt challenee cud at the
Horse show here, took the preliminary'
eveni tonigni oy winning nrst place
in the class for road teams shown be
fore coaches. One of the y ntries
against him was J. Campbell Tomp
son, who showed almost the same four
which won him the Vanderbilt trophy
Dr. Btlnf'a Nw Discovery,
There Is nothlov better for your oearh
or cold than Dr. Klnra New Discovery. In
aae over forty years. Guaranteed. Ail drug--flals.
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YALE PLAYERS HAVE
THEIR FINAL DRILL
Secret Practice to Be Followed
by Demonstration by Stu
dents in Bowl.
PRINCETON CHANGES PLAN
New Haven, Conn.. Nov. 16; Yale's
last hard fought battle practice be
fore the Princeton game will be held
itt the . bawl; this afternoon. The first
and seeohd teajn will have a drill in
secret .for half an hour, after which
the gates will be thrown open to en
able students to see the remainder of
the work. The entire student body,
headed by a band, planned to march
to the field to practice cheers and
The physical condition of a num
ber of players still causes the coaches
considerable anxiety. Legbre, the star
back, is believed to be trained , down
too fine, and he will-do nothing ex
cept run through signal; and practice
punting for the remainder, of ' the
week. : -'. ';, .; -a
While Yale men generally are op
timistic "over ' the outcome: theV are
demanding odds from Princeton. Bet
ting, so far has, been light.
' Princeton Change Plan.
Princeton. N. J.. Nov. ' 16.-rChang-
ing his plans in order to get a better
line on his back field men. Coach
John .Rush planned to send the
Princeton varsity eleven through an-
ptner scrimmage late today in prepa
ration tor the Yale toot ball game on
scrimmage Jeft the men in a much
improved condition, both physically
and in their knowledge of the new
variations in formations to be used in
the contest against the New Haven
eleven. Th cold, crisp weather today
helped to' put the men on edge'. , "
All of the injured players are round
ing into, Condition rapidly and Coach
Rush will have plenty of good men on
hand to be put into the game if re(
ulars become, disabled, . There is. still
some doubt whether Dave Tibbott
will get into the contest. He is prac
ticing" goal kicking, but is not yet in
condition -to get inter scrimmage.;, - -
South High Looks '
k For Victory Over '
5 University Place
M i.r'. ;,. .
'.South High' school foot ball will
take a jump Jor the better If a victory
results o.ver University Place this
afternoon: when 'the two teams meet
oii Luxu4 .field. Coach Patton has
built bp a powerful team, after a slow
start, and every rooter on the South
Side expects a decisive score. Uni
versity Place held Nebraska City to
a tie game two weeks' ago,, while
South High wis beaten by .the latter
the week before by a touchdown.
Omaha Uni Practices
r In Snow for Peru Fray
The University of Omaha warriors
have been practicing all week in the
snow. Deep snow or cold weather
means nothing to them. Thev intend
to participate in a lively foot ball bat
tle Friday at Peru and staying in be.
cause of climatic conditions is not the.
best kind of training for that end.
Coach DeLamatre will say nothing
about tne game, but the way he talks
to his men does not show that, he Is
losing sleep over the result.
The boys are a little chapped in the
face and hands as a result of the prac
tice in the cold fields. While the
enow has its disadvantages it also has
its advantages. When the tackled
gladiator falls he gets a few cold
crystals down his neck, but at the
same time the white blanket acts as an
admirable stopping device
Leonard Gains Popular
Decision Over Dundee
Philadelphia, Nov. 16. Benny Leon
ard of New York, by superior ring
generalship, gained the popular de
cision over Johnny Dundee of the
same city in a six-round bout here rati
night. The fight was fast throughout?!
with Leonard having the better of four
ot tne six rounds. Leonard weighed
136 and Dundee 132J4 pounds.
Chamberlain's Tablets are intended
especially for etotnach troubles, bil
iousness and constipation., and have
met with much success in the treat
ment, of those diseases. People who
have suffered for years with stomach
trouble and have been unable to ob
tain any permanent' relief, have been
completely cured by the use of these
tablets. Chamberlain's Tablets are
also of great value for biliousness.
Chronic constipation may be perma
nently cured by taking Chamberlain's
Tablets and observing the plain
printed .direction with each bottle.-r-Advcrtisement
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Sport Calendar Today
Rewllnr Ajinnal toarnwment ef Midwest
Bowling Congress opens ai Mi. IauIs.
Athletlee MlehlgM Innereollegiate eroal
eoontry eluunolo&ahipa, a Kaat taiulng,
Rowing Annual fall regatta) at Vale uni
versity. Annual fall regalU at 1'rinceton
Roiing fork? Flyn agalnal John tester
Johnson, ten rounds, at New York. Chirk
West against Johnny j lover, twelve rounds,
e Augusta, at
"ant Bait Blea Institute agabnt (bath
em ftlothodlat university, at Houston. Tex
loner Iowa university against KUswerth
twllece, at tayette. la. William JeweU
eollege agauut Halter university, al Liberty,
Mo. nlmpsoa eollege acainet Des Moines
eollege, at Indlanola, la. Kansas Mate
Normal against Bethany eollege, at Kntpor
la, Kan. Hastings eollege against Oolnar
university, at netnaay. Neb. Dubuque
against HL Thomas eollege. at Hi. t'eul.
Fairmont eollege 'against Washburn uni
versity, as Toneta. Transylvania university
against Centre oollegaat Danville, Ky.
nilnole eollege against Miurtleff, ai Jaak
sonvUle, III. Doane eaUege against Na
brask Wesleyaa. at University I'laee, Nek,
Pjtnn mII- . . J II , i '
Urlnnell, la. Iowa CUate Teachers' agalait
www, as reua, la,
Booster (or Yale Remembered
at Great New Haven
EU3 AND TIGERS TO MEET
New Haven, Conn., Nov. 16, Trib
ute to -the memory of Thomas L.
Shevlin, former Yale foot ball captain
and coach, who died last winter, was
paid by 2,500 Yale students at a mass
Shevlin's name by one of the speakers,
the students rose in a body and gave
the university cheer with nine "Shev
Jins" at the end. ' -
, A year ago Shevlin came to New
Haven from the west and developed
what seemed to be a hopelessly beat
en team ijnto oties. that won over
Princeton;.Ai '-"v : h ,
Head Coach "Tad" Jones, principal
speaker the meeting, said the two
greatest Yale caotairis. m his onininn.
were Shevlin and Black, present leader
of the eleven. Tones anoke ontimii-
tically of-Yale's chances in the Prince-,
ton game on Saturday. y j
Varsity A Team Beaten. ' . '
fimkriM Viae V.. 1 C la 4.
day's foot ball practice, in the stadium'
me varsity A team, whien met frinoe
ton last Saturday, was defeated, U to
6, in a half-hour struggle with the sec
ond team. Later when the second
team lined up against the varsity B
team, made up of the substitutes who
are regarded as likely to start iff the
game against Brown; next Saturday,
neither team was able to score.
The second Harvard team is sched
uled to play the Brown second team
Omaha Nationals -;
Ready for the Fray
' The Omaha National bank basket
ball team reorganized for the coming
season at a meeting held last night
H. H. Hawkins was chosen to pilot
the team as manager, F. J. Benidcr as
captain and O. P. Beck as secretary.
Practically the same lineup which
has won the Commercial league pen
nant the last two years will take the
floor in their first practice Thursday
evening. The lineup will comprise
Bender, Suchart and Lee, forwards;
Hawkins, Brewick, Price and Morri
The team would like to book some
fast out-of-town game and opponents
will be sure of a good, fast, clean
game. Communicate with H. H. Haw
kins, manager, care the Omaha Na
tional bank. Tyler 100.
1st. U. Jd. Tot.
Primeau ...14$ 16S Iff 4S2
Strswn ,,,.12 115 12: 391
Foltmsn ...HI 1S5 121 371
Snannell ...Hi 131 Ml 43t
Bosley 110 12 14 445
Handicap ..31 31 it 114
Totalg. ...U 743 7(0 3233
1st. 2d. 3d. Tot.
Lundberg ..114 143 144 431
Frederick ..142 lf, 70S 123
Overrates .. II 141 S3 311
Olson ......114 III 1I 472
Keller 130 173 171 411
Totals... .1(6 70 771 1333
1st. 3d. 3d. Tot
Crowland ..l:lt 1 40 131 412
Kester 184 104 112 100
Hall 147 13t 1S 441
C. Johnson. 103 110 l2 43s
Sclple 110 110 HI 417
Handicap .. 4 4 4 1!
Totals!... t'tS 700 701 2214
1st. 2d. 3d. Tot
(lould .....116 104 177 40
Pahnsstock HO 117 137 414
Msdsen ....105 III HO 460
K super ..,.112 161 144 427
Straw 103 ..; . ,. 101
Phillips 131 112 3tl
Totals. . . .116 764 773 1131
Int. 2d. 3d. Tot.
R. Jnhnson..l2ff 181 133 440
Whltlock ..142 168 120 420
Holllday i . llil 16 166 476
LUiOft ...141 161 LIS 60 4
Totals.... 746 l6 770 1410
wirb chi ore.
1st. 2d. 3d. Tot.
Huff 123 103 SOI 626
D. Hsuerty lll 111 176 483
M.Hscgerty.116 113 146 373
R. Wilson.. 121 127 110 4I
Durham ... 18 168 163 404
Totals.... 184 726 171 1181
WESTERN KLECTRIC CO.
, flat. 3d. 3d. Tot.
Miller ,.,.. 146 121 200 474
Lam ,,,,.,161 114 123 461
Weber lid 160 136 401
Bachman ..177 111 170 411
Zadlna ....116 117 171 411
Totals.... i7 in in 1300
1st. Id. 3d. Tot.
Marshall .'.131 131 104 366
Trsvslstead 163 t63 117 468
Peterson ...111 137 111 317
Msutr Ill 17T 124 421
Klllson ..... 81 II 111 216
Handicap .. 74 74 74 231
Totals. ...Il 760 7312141
A. O. C. W.
NO 111. .
1st. Id. Sd. Tot.
Mailer ....116 111 333 420
Crete . . ,;.1 ,113 161 631
Renttrow ..122 111 171 441
tthort Ill 167 141 478
Watt .....171 II 141 611
OMAHA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1916.
W I . f . FT I
FOUR DEMANDS OF
Association of Base Ball
Leagues Considers Pro
. posed Changes..
NIGHT SESSION IS HELD
New Orleans, La., Nov. 16. Pro
posed amendments to the constitution
of the National Association of Profes
sional Base Ball Leagues were con
sidered at tonight's session of the fif
teenth annual meeting here. Among
the amendments were proposals to re
duce the membership of the National
board from nine to five, providing for
representation by the minor leagues
on the National Base Ball commission,
changes in rulings of the National
board, reclassification of leagues and
other matters involving; relations be
tween players and clubs.
. The minor clubs at the afternoon
session voted unanimously to table
four demands of the Base Ball Play
ers' fraternity submitted in writing by
Pres'dent David L. Fulttv The de
mands were as follows:
r Eliminatinn nf alleererl tnntrarta
permitting clubs to suspend injured
players; giving players the right to
sign new contracts immediately after
their unconditional release; allowance
4o minor league players of traveling
expenses from their home clubs to the
club's city or its spring training camp,
and changes in the Droeedura of the
National board in players' claims cases
so as to give tne traternity notice ot
Uheejlub's defense opportunity to
Tne convention acted upon the fra
ternity's demands after Secretary Far
rell of the association had argued
against them. There was no argument
in support of them, Almost all the
leagues which are members of the
association held conferences today,
but no important action wasr an
nounced by anv of them.
Everybody, Hich or
Poor, in Germany,
; Must Do Labor Now
i i m
Berlin (Monday). Nov. 13. (By
Wireless to the Associated Press to
Sayville.)-New York, Nov. 15.--The
finishing touches are new being given
to the "Sfan'Power bill." providing for
universal labor lor an able nodiea
Germans behind the front The exact
details of the; measure have not been
given out, but the newspapers indi
cate it wilt apply to' ail classes, rich
and poor laiike, attectinc particularly
the idle classes, living on private in
comes and those engaged in activities
not connected witn prosecuting the
war. which mav be discontinued with.
out injury to the body politic.
t his is a form ot compulsory ttrv
ice, it is understood, and will not
apply direetly or specifically to
women, but a consistent campaign
will be made to utilize to the, utmost
this reservoir of labor power.
Mediators May Reach
An Agreement Soon
Atlantic City. N, J'., Nov. 16. Un
less new -rtd unexpected opposition
devolops, members of the Mexican
American joint commission believed
tonight an agreement covering the
withdrawal of the American punitive
expedition and a method of border
control will be ready by the end of the
week for submission to the two gov
ernments. Announcements that- an
aarreement was in sight was made bv
Ignacio Bonillas, one of the Mexi
can representatives, at the close of a
session that had lasted-until night.
on Omaha Alleys
111 171 671
Slmnean ..141 111 114 421
UrlffUh ,..114 144 111 421
Holly Ill 161 141 411
BcMndler .131 117 111 111
Totals .. .III 711 710 till
1st. Id. Id. Tot.
B. Chase., .111 146 121 281
C. Chase. ..104 114 111 114
O. K. 101 111 111 401
Mahoney ..111 lit II 141
Petersen ,,117 101 111 110
Totals ...70S 110 7111164
let. 2d. Id. Tot
notion 171 lis tot ill
Bland 112 16 111 614
McQuade ..137 111 161 427
Oliver 114 164 111 424
Leeder ...104 141 111 111
Totals ...731 710 104 ill!
iiet.. Id. Id. Tot
Kurt. ;...,! 161 117 470
Dean Ill 114 111 311
Hansen ...120 104 181 368
R. Smith... 131 171 151 470
W. Bmlth..lU 111 161 411
Totala ...713 701 011 2130
1st. 2d. 3d. Tol.
Mrhels ...111 111 0) 410
Rorheford .101 147 164 464
Uernandt .. .13 126 17 316
Hleber .,?.ll! 126.126 170
Sucker .17 121 HI ill.
111 763 2114
2d.' 3d. Tot.
161 1M 431
ZIM BEADY TO PLAY GREAT
BALL FOB M'GRAW.
aw -3 X, . - -as
Henry immennan, flatter known
as tlcinie Zimmerman, is taking
base bait much more seriously now
that he is situated with the manager
he alwavs wanted to play under and
with a club that it was .his greatest
ambition ', to be ' a member ' of.
"Heinie," too, will play 1all under
McUraw and as a uiant better than
he ever did before, as his great work
last season, after he Joined the New
York clyo, inaicated.
PLANS OF ATHLETIC
CLUB ARE APPROVED
Gym and Pool to Be On Fourth
Floor and , Lounging and
- Grill Rooms On Seoond.
BED ROOMS IN UPPER PART
The general scheme of construction
of the club house for the new Omaha
Athletic club was approved by the
board 'of directors at a meeting held
The building will be eight stories
high, with four floors, a mezzanine
and basement for the club proper and
the three upper stories (or bedrooms.
The gymnasium and pool will be lo
cated on the fourth floor, while the
lounging room, billiard room and grill
room will be on the second floor.
These two floors will practically con
stitute the life of the club.
The directors suggested no altera
tions in the building plana, but will
insist that the cost be confined to a
certain limit, which will be deter
mined at another meeting this week.
The plans oftconstruction approved
are as follows:
l BtWTnnt---Rhoot.i. ff til lory bowling al
loy, liejpi' lor It en and drwwio'f room, ma
c Kin ory room. to.
Ftnit Kl&or stan rnemf for rent,
women's rMMnff ad 4 ratinntj mm, lobby
for mim, wrltinv room, barbK shop, ehnk
room, office for nnaitr, off loo for officio
hlp, rtcelvlnf department for auppllM, on
womofl'a olovator up to women'a department,
two gentleman's olavatora, on fralgbt ) ,
vstor, mall aarvloo elovtiora.
Hoaond Jfloor -Largo lounging room, largo
billiard room, large grill room. i
Third Floor Largo dining room, women's :
dining room, women's retiring room, private I
dining room, kltchan.
Kourth i"loor iymnalum, pool, turklah
bath, hot room, etu.. locker rooms, three
atblotlo rooms. , I
Heuanlne Floor. Between Fourth and I
Fifth Kl oo re Women's athletic rooms, wom
an's retiring room and rest room, woman's
KK-Kftr room, locker rooms for men.
Fifth Floor Bd room. flv hand ball
rooms in roar over pool room,
sixth, Bovantb and ICIghtb Floors Bd-
Huge Oil Booty Captured
By Marshal von Mackensen
Berlin. Nov. 16. (Bv Wireless to
Sayville.) The Cologne Volks Zei
tung says that the supplies captured
by Field Marshal von Mackensen's
army in the Roumanian seaport of
Constanza, the counting of which has
been nearly completed, include .30,000
tons of petroleum, 27,000 tons of ben
zine, 17,000 tons of other oils, and
large stores of corn, sugar and coffee,
which were expected to sustain the
people and soldiers for several
Wrestling Matefcos'et Lindsay.
Lindsay, Neb., Nov. II. Hpelal. I
Lindsay is to have two wrestling matches
In the near future. George Kinney arid
Rudy Warner, two lightweight wrestlers,
will wrestle et the Firemen's hall Friday.
What is creating more interest in the boat
scheduled for Friday, November II, when
Godfrey Druepple of fit. Ilsrnsrd, near here,
meets Hsfenstrtn from Newnmn Urove.
Druepple 1, a young man horn and railed In
St. Bernard, lie Is 30 years old, weighs
160 pounds anil In Impromptu tussels has
thrown every man who has presented blru-
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The Bee by George McManus
tsowe one uot
PHONED AN' saiq
JOWE FEED STORE
n on fire;
SOPHS AND FRESHIES
HAVE BLOODY BATTLE
Bitter Class Feud Among Btu
dents at University of
PROMISE MORE TO COME
Lincoln, Nov. : 16. (Special.) A
bitter class feud broke out again to
day among the freshmen and sopho
mores of the state, university, follow
ing the kidnaping of the second year
president, Paul Harnsburger, of Ash
land. Harnsburger was captured by fresh
men yesterday afternoon and taken
to a deserted home in northeast Lin
coln, where he waa held captive un
til the upper classmen wrung from
an unwilling first year man the secret
hiding place. Then Harnsburger was
rescued and peace reigned again Until
today when' Munn, a gigantic fresh
man foot ball player, attempted to
take Harnsburger captive single
handed. The second year men rushed to the
support of their president and a merry
littic nun was siagco uuring tun iwot
ball rally, with bloody noses and
black eyes on both sides. Juniors and
seniors and members of the faculty
finally ' succeeded in separating the
belligerents. Munn failed to take his
The members of tne two classes will
be given a broad field next Saturday
morning to fight it out to their heart's
content in the annual Olympic. In
addition to the big free-for-all event,
mere win oc ooxing, wraauing, long
distance running and push bail con'
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No Lapse March 4; ;
President Will Take
The Oath on Sunday
Washington, Nov. 16. There will
be no lapse in the j service of Presi
dent Wilson because of the fact that
March 4, next inauguration day, falls
on Sunday, according to an opinion
reached at the State department, It
became known today that on account
of reports that a lapse would occur
and that Secretary Lansing would be
acting president on March 4, a form
letter explaining the law has been
prepared by the State department to
be sent out in answer to inquiries
on the question. While it ia not ex
pected that the formal inauguration
ot Mr. wuson win be held until
Monday, March 5, he will be advised
by Secretary Lansinsrlb take the oath
of office on Sunday.
Jt Charles E. Huahes concedes the
re-election of President Wilson by
next Friday, Vance , McCormick.
chairman of the democratic national
committee," probably will discuss
plans for the president's inauguration
with local democratic leaders when
he comes to Washington on that day.
Usually the chairman of the inaua-
ural committee, which has charge of
the parade and other civic ceremon
ies, is selected soon after the election.
It is taken for granted bv officials
that the president, following out his
plan of 1913, will have no Inaugural
And Fevers and War
To Fall Off Trolley
New York, Nov, 16. Dr. Clarence
D. Ussher, a medical missionary of the
American Board of roreitrn Missions.
was seriously injured here today when
he fell while attempting to board a
street car. His collar bone and three
ribs were bioken and his spine was
injured, it was said, at the hosDital
to which he was taken.
During nineteeen years of service
in Turkey, Dr. Ussher twice was be
lieved to be dying of typhus fever
and escaped death in three masacres
ot Armenians and came unhurt
through bombardments by the heavy
guns ui nussian ana lurxisn armies.
And Still Deutschland
Has Not Sailed Away
New London, Conn., Nov. 16.
Eighty negro stevedore from Balti
more, who loaded the cargo of the
German submarine Deutschland last
week, have been ordered to return
here on January i'w was learned to
night. While crffifial of the Eastern
Forwarding company declined to
offer any explanation of the order,
the belief prevails that another Ger
man submarine may ' be expected
about that time or that the Deutsch
land may make another trip.
Although the Dcutschland's cargo
was loaded several days ago and it
has provisions for sixty days on
board, the time of its departure still
was uncertain at a late hour. Its
crew was given shore leave tonight.
Persistence Is the Cardinal Virtue
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THE FIRE COIN'
RESTA WINS CUP '
RACE FROM AITKEN
Italian Pilot Sweep to Victory
I When Hoosier Breaks
. Crank Shaft.
EARL COOPER IS SECOND
Santa Monica, Cat, Nov. 16! Dario
Rests won today the eleventh Vander- ;
bilt cup race in the record time of
3:22:48 2-5, an average speed of 86.90
miles an hour, more than eleven miles,
faster than the previous Vanderbilt
record set by Ralph De Palma on the
same track two years ago.
; Earl Cooper was second. His time
was 3:30:40 2-5, more than four miles
an hour slower. William Weightman
was third. Hi time was 3:42:00 2-5.
Roads wa fourth. His time was
3:54:45 1-4. VauV Pateraon and Pul
len were flagged. Bolden skidded out
in the thiry-first lap. Aitken wa out
with a broken crank shaft When he
failed to appear an ambulahce was
sent out and Aitken was found sit
ting on the fence, directing repairs.
It was announced that Price, Carle
ton, Moosie and Buzane were out of
the race. s
Rees Talk of the
Omaha Rotarians at their, weekly
meeting and luncheon at the Hen-
shaw rathikellar heard a talk by
Samuel Rees, Jr., on "The Art of Lith
ographing." Mr. Rees traced the bis-'
tory of lithographing from its. dis
covery, or rather, Invention, up to'
the present time, ' .; ,
In line with the campaign of e
ganization being waged in the inter
ests of the Boy Scouts, in which the
Rotary club and civic organizations
are taking part, C. 11. English, super-,
intendent of public recreation, called
for volunteer from the dub to lead:
The membership of the Rotary
club has decided to leave with the
board of directors the question
whether the organization shall have
permanent- quarter in the new, Ath
letic club building pr continue with
the present system of meeting each
week at one of two hotels. The di- '
rectors are to decide the matter at
the next meeting.
Rotarians are making plans for the'
1917 convention at Atlanta, Ga., a :
committee meeting yesterday to dis-'
cuss the part the local are to play
at the annual international session in
tne southern city next year.
In honor of the birthday anniver
sary of W, W. Carmichaei. 44 veara
old, member of the club toasted the.
H. J. Baker wa chairman of the
Universal Manhood ,
The Hague (Via London); Nov. 16.
Br unanimous vote. Parliament has
passed a resolution providing for the
amendment of Article 29 of the. consti
tution, so that henceforth there will
be universal manhood suffrage and no
piurai votes or compulsory voting.
'The sex disability of women also
is removed by the resolution. The
actual granting of the vote t women,
however, is still distant, as it de
pends on the passing of an electoral 1
bill, which at present is unlikely.
Early in the present year, Premier
Cort Vander Linden of The Nether
land introduced a bill in Parliament
under the provisions of which the :
constitutional obstacles in the way of
woman's right to vote would be re
moved. The bill also included a pro
vision giving women the right to be
elected to office. .
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