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THE BEE: OMAHA. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2. 191(5
BRINGING UP FATHER
International News Service.
Drawn for The Bee by George McManus
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Nebraska Wrestler .Crushes
Cutler in Nineteen and
MOSELY MAY BE NEXT YALE
BIO HOUSE TO WITNES3
Chicago. III.. Dec. t. (Special
Telegram.) Whatever chance Char-
.lie Cutler of Chicago thought he had
of defeating Joe Stecher, the Ne
braska wrestling marvel, went glim
vmering last night. It took Stecher lets
than half an' hour to so decisively
defeat the Chicagoan that Cutter,
with a pained expression, left the ring
as badly beaten as any wrestler ever
' was. , ''
The Ncbraskan's famous body
scissors with a half-Nelson as acces
sory accomplished, the downfall of
Cutler, not only in the first fall, but
in the second. Cutler's shoulders
were not pinned to the canvas for
.the second fall. It was not neces-
sary, for the powerful legs of Stecher
crushed his sides to a point that
brought suffering to Charley, and he
gave up, conceding the victory to his
t opponent. The first fall went to
, Stecher in 19:40, by the body scissors
i and half-Nelson grip. The second
. . session had lasted only seven minutes
and twenty-four seconds when Cut
ler ended his own suffering by con
ceding his defeat.
It was estimated official figures
were not given out that the crowd
numbered over 5,000 and that the
House was worth about $7,500. Prac
tically 1 the entire ! balcony, where
.seats sold for $1, was occupied. The
higher-priced seats on the main floor
u,.r ,n r.nri Th. . ...... t
$2 and $3.
The elite of wrestling fandont was
on hand for their favorite doings, and
. conspicuous among the ringsiders
was Assistant Chief of Police Schuet
ler. who is a thirty-third degree fan
if there ever was one. Clarence Row
land, manager of the White Sox, for
got base ball for the night, occupy-
- ing a ringside seat. Many celebrated
in othet sports were present.
Creighton May Yet
"Settle With Dubuque
There is a prospect that Creighton
may play a post-season game with
Dubuque college, which played a 6-6
game with the Blue and White Octo
ber 22. Coach M ills .has sent a chal
lenge to the Catholic school to play
any time until a week from Saturday.
It is said that none of the Creighton
men will be released from training
until the matter is settled, and this
will preclude their - playing in any
all-star elevens that may be in the
making for post-season contests.1
Spalding College Beaten .
By Grand Island Baptists
Spalding. Neb., Dec. (.(Special
Telegram.) Grand Island Baptist col
lege defeated the Spalding college
eleven, yesterday, 23 to 14. The game
see-sawed until the last few minutes of
play, when Holti went over for the
final score. Holtz, Goldstein and
Taylor starred for Grand Island,
.. while .Boucher, Corkle, Sullivan and
Toopey carried off honors for the
GRAND ISLAND. . I 8PALDIN0
- Wetland UK.i..K Timer
John L..T. L..T..,,, Beraer
Qerber )C.) LU.I..O tnlKnn
Owens ..C O fceuiidere
' iMncn.rv ipvat,1.
While Captain Black of the Eli
squad acquitted himself with a full
share of honor throughout the sea
son and in the Yale-Harvard game, it
is improbable that he wilt again hold
that position of command, should he
return to Yale next year. It is against
i ale precedent tor a winning caotain
to accept re-election. In the event
Black is not re-elected, George Mose-
ley, the leltend, is considered a likelv
candidate for the post. Gates and
Baldridge, the two tackles, are also
Taylor . . .
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Touchdowns: Holts. Ooldst.ln.
Beucher. Toopey. Field -oal: Holts. Free
KioKi imens tsl- Kererea: Bulllvan. Um
pire: Yhelbla. Timekeeper: Barry.
Hastings College Stars
Hastings, Ncb.. Dec. 1. (Special
Telegram.) Hasting: college de
feated Kearney Normal this after
noon, 36 to 6. Poulson Thurber and
Gait were the stars for Hastings,
while Hueftle and Wauerham dis
tinguished themselves for Kearney.
' The lineup : ( .
HASTINGS. ' KEARNEY
Taylor .....CMC. Jelden
Bllner ........ ..R.O.lR.ff. ....... Hoaffnev
R. 8MB ........ T,. OH,. O D La bar
Dunlap R.T.jRT. Hueftle
Poalaon LT. LT HcVaney
Cook ,,.....R.B. R.B., Lewla
Brown , L.K. fj.B..,,... UcCajnmon
Pottorf Q: Q Cameron
Thurtwr . , R.lf. R.H,... Brasta
Oalt l..H...H.... , Scout
Baufb, ,,..f....F.B. P.B. ...... Waurehara
Single Touchdown Spells
Victory for Harlan Team
Harlan, I., Dec. 1. (Special Tel
egram.) Harlan High school defeat
ed the Omaha High School of Com
merce here today in one of the hard
est played games of the season. The
ra waa 7 to CL .
Ida Grove Finishes '
Its Season With Win
Ida Grove, la., De,c. 1. (Special
Telegram,) Ida Grove defeated Sac
City High yesterday by a score of
18 to 0, making two touchdowns in
the second quarter and one in the
Ida Grove was one -foot from , the
Sac City line when the first half end
ed. Both teams made many success
ful forward passes, while line plung
ing of Fullback O'Meara of Ida
Grove was a feature, Ida Grove's
season record is two victories, three
defeats am! two tic games!
Cambridge, Neb., Dec. 1. (Spe
cial Telegram.) Cambridge cinched
the South Platte and western cham
pionship, defeating McCook, 60 to 0.
Kodwell, Stansbic and Kedford
starred for Cambridge.
Nebraska Central College
Outplays Uni of Omaha
Central City, Neb.. Dec. 1. (Spe
cial Telegram.)- Nebraska Central
College won over Omaha) University
yesterday by a score of 26 to 0.
Omaha played a much improved game
over recent form, and held the
Quakers scoreless in the first half.
Nebraska Central College got its of
fensive machine going in the second
half and had no difficulty 'in making
repeated gains. The Quakers were
without the servfees of three of their
best men, who are on the hospital
The playing of Chen C. Johnson
for Omaha University and Hanson
brothers, Grieve brothers and Barnes
for Nebraska Central featured. Ne
braska Central College winds up the
season with eight victories and one
defeat. The lineup:
NBB. CENTRAL. ( OMAHA U,Vt.
Johniton ...L.R.L.K Drexel
Barnea . . 1..T.I L.T Newman
Newman I.G.l,.a Cohen
t'oekett C.C Klneneteln
IS. Hanson R.O.IR.O. Selberl
"nn-ll R.T.f R.T H. .lohnaon
r- llrleve R.K.IR.K ., Simmons
llrleve q.nQ.R Learn
Knile I.H.f.ll Delanmtre
O. Haneon R il l n H Vokem
R. Hanson K.B.IK. B P. Johnson
Srorlng- Touchdowns, K. Urlnve. R.
Hanson. Barnes. O. Hanson: toals. (rom
touchdown, K. Hanson 2, SubetltufUms,
Nebraska Central. Johnson for Newman.
Puckelt for llrleve; Omaha University.
Anxlcr for Newman, Lowe for Orcsel,
Jenklna for Simmons, Crawford for Jenkins.
St. Mary's Trims Doane,
Twenty-Seven to Seven
Manhattan, Kan., Dec. 1. (Spe
cial Telegram.) In a fast, well
played game St. Mary's defeated
Doane college, 27 to 7. It was a fast,
clean game throughout, being much
closer than the score would indicate.
Lane, St. Mary's fleet halfback, broke
through for two of St. Mary's touch
downs. Doane was much lighter than
the St. Mary's team. Chickoine gained
almost at will through the line during
the first half. He also made two
BaMwta Knacks On Kranerlr.
. "h. Al Baldwin of
Jacksonville this afternoon knocked out Rich
Kennelly of Des Moines In the fourth round
of a scheduled ten-round no-declslon bout.
Kennwlly's seconds threw In the sponfe aa
the refer made ihe count. Tha men
wvJfbed ill at US pounds.
Aggressor Once and
Is Awarded Match
Butte, Mont.. Dec. I. Kd "Siran
glcr" Lewis of Louisville. Ky de
feated Pat Connolly of Butte in-a
catch-as-catch-can wrestling match
yesterday at the end of two hours'
wrestling. Connolly was injured
twice when he fell off the mat with
Lewis on top. The referee awarded
Lewis, who was the aggressor, the
hrst fall, but Lewis declined to cla
it. After the second injury Connolly
was unable to proceed and conceded
the contest to Lewis.
B'nai Brith Will Be
Hosts to Officers
H. D. Frankel, national vice-president,
and Gustavus Loevinger, direc
tor of propaganda of the Independent
Order of B'nai Brith, will be guests
of the local lodges Saturday and Sun
day. Saturday morning they will visit the
juvenile court and the charitable insti
tions. Sunday a reception will be ten
dered them at 10:30 a. m. at the Ho
tel Fontenclle, and Sunday noon a
luncheon at the Hehshaw, to which
all members are invited, and at which
the judges of the district court will
Sunday afternoon (here will be a
business meeting, and the initiation of
a large class of candidates. Sunday
evening the visitors will be guests
ot the council Blurts lodge.
Edgar and Hebron Ihrsvwr.
Rdgar, Neb.. Deo. 1. The Kdgar and
Hebron high school football teams played
a draw game here yesterday afternoon.
Tha two teams aro fairly well matched
and both have played winning football this
season. It seemed, to onlookers that the
Hebron team had tha Kdgar eleven out
classed, but tha fighting grit of the homS
team evened mattera up. Only once was
either gol threatened and that was when
Hebron carried the ball within ten yards
and were then held for downs. Referee,
Taft, of Grand laland.
CAPTAIN OF CHAMPIONSHIP
OMAHA HIGH TEAM,
Spaldings Run Up Score
Of 78 to 0 on Quinlans
The Spaldings made a track meet
out of their foot ball game with the
Quinlan stars, the former winning by
the overwhelming score of 78 to 0.
The Spaldings now lay claim to the
junior championship of Omaha and
challenge the Brandeis Juniors to dis
pute them. Call Utto Licker at Ked
Red Cloud Win.
Red Cloud. Neb.. Deo, 1. SpeclaL) Red
Cloud High defeated Franklin High, Score,
3S to 0. A largo crowd witnessed this
Five Plays Champs
At Y. M. CU. Tonight
L To raise funds to tJcfray expenses
of the three Omaha basket ball
leagues, a benefit conflict wll be
staged at the Omaha Young Men's
Christian Association tonight between
the Brandeis quintet, champions of
Omaha last year, and the Nebraska
All-Stars, consisting of Dick Ruther
ford, Les Mann, Max Towlc, Hiltner
and other greats of the past and
The All-Star quintet has been
playing together for three years now
and it plays some basket ball. The
Brandeis five will give Omaha floor
fans their first view of Virg Rector,
former Central High crack, who was
a star on the Dartmouth team for
three years. Rector will play at cen
ter. The Brandeis have heretofore
been weak at center, and with Rector
in the lineup it is believed the team
is fully 50 per cent stronger, which
means that a merry battle will be
carded when these two fives clash
Denison Runs Away
From the South High
Denison, la., Dec. 1. (Special Tel
egram.) Using the forward pass to
better advantage, the Denison (la.)
High school team had little trouble
in defeating the fast South Side High
school of Omaha yesterday afternoon.
The score was 25 to 0.
About 900 spectators, the largest
ever turned out for a game at Deni
son, witnessed the contest.
Police Sergeant's Son is
Hereto Eat Ma's Turkey
Harry Sigwart, son of Police Ser
geant Al Sigwart, came all the way
rom Memphis, Tenn., to partake of
"Ma's" roast turkey. Harry is trav
eling inspector for the Illinois Cen
tral, but in all his travels has never
Sport Calendar Today
Ran RaII K portal mmtinir of National
Kaite Kail oimmMrtion at new orn.
Horcer Vale v. tlarvard at Haverford.
. . Athltlrfi Annual nifwtttis WeMtorn Inter-
fmllftit (conference Atluetln Mmwiuion dl-
rertom and riwrhra at C'hlcagti. Annual
meetlnjr Mlnttourl Intereollefiaie Athletic av
nociatlon at KanHaii City.
Bench Nhowfr Airedale Terrier Club of
Amerlra at New York.
Horse Nhowa Opening of International
Home (thow at Chicago.
Bo-Unr Phil Bloom v. aPtey Cline, ten
muntiH, a i nrooKirn. xanK vtinen
Johnny MoitJg, twelve ramtdB, at Portland,
Foot Ball -Kir hmond college ti. Randolph
at Kicnmond, va.
tasted roast turkey like mamma
cooks. He will remain in the city for
Iowa County Clerk
Hit by Auto'; Dies
Northwood, la. Dee. L William
L, Thomson, clerk of the district court
of Worth county, sustained injuries
from which he died ten minutes later
about 10:30 last night when he u
struck by an . automobile driven by R.
Brecker, a livery driver from Mason
City. The door of the car was open
and struck Thomas in snch a manner
as to knock him down and cause a
fracture of the skull.
Sheldon. Ia.. Dec. I. All automo
bile driven bv M. R. Steen of Sheldon.
containing his wife and two daughters,
ciia ana Maoei, son, ired, and a
cousin, was overturned just 'before
noon today a short way from Shel
don. Steen's collarbone was broken,
Mrs Steen and Ella were badly
bruised about the body and cut on the
face and Fred was hurt internally.
Yankton's Tim to win.
Yankton, a D., Nov. 10. (Snactal Tote-
gram.) Yankton, 42; Dakota Weslryan of
Mitchell, 0. In twenty games each, has
won ten games.
Bee Want Ads Produce Results.
Prof. A. M. Brickell
Dead at Fairbury
Kairbury, Neb., Dec. 1. Special.)
Prof. A. M. Brickell, a well known
musician of this city, died at his home
Tuesday after an extended- illness of
Bright's disease. He was born in
Burnside, Pa., September 29, 1865,
and on March 16, 1892, married Miss
Sophrana McConnell ill Nebraska.
Mr. Brickell had large classes in mu
sic in Hastings, Fairbury and other
towns. He was a member of the
Christian church and of the Modern
Woodman lodge. He is survived by
his wife, a son and a daughter. The
funeral was held at the Christian
church Thursday afternoon. Rev. J,
K. Shellenberger officiating.
Gives Reading at Schuyler
Schuyler. Neb. Dec 1. (Soecial
Telegram.) Prof. Edward L. Puis,
head of the expression department of
Bellevne college, read "The Man from
Home" here tonight A large audience
filled the Presbyterian church and lis
tened attentively to the reading; of the
ptar. Prof. Puis is also instructor in
CApiessluM of the Omaha Young Men's
uiisiuu association, by which he was
booked for this place.
FaMmry New Notes.
Fairburv. Neb.. Dee. 1. fSneeial..
Fred Beekman, land commissioner
at Lmcoln, was m Fairbury this week
and inspected the Blue river bridire.'
southwest of Fairbury. He conferred
with the county commissioners, but
advised them that the state would not
aid Jefferson county in constructing
a new bridge across the Blue river
at this point.
A number of poultry raisers of this
Mr, including W. M. Hare, C. Bon
afl. G. B. Qarv and Charlie Hurl.
btrrt, hare been attending the chicken
show in Utrraha this week. They
have entered a larare number of fanrw
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