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PEARL M. E. FIVE
RETAINS LEAD IN
V CHURCH LEAGUE
,Wops and Calvary Quintet
Fight . Hard Through
Extra Period, Wops
; v Winning.
. Pearl Memorial basket ball five
had difficulty defeating tlie First
M. E. tearii last night in a church
league contest at the Y. M. C. A.
The final count was Pearls, IS;
T'irst M. E., 11.
This contest was tyard fought
from the start. Both quintets played
Rood ball. George Parish of the
Pearl quintet displayed some , ex
cellent work on the; floor. He made
five oftKeir 15 points.
Feabody of tie First M. E. quin
tet was" the mainstay of his squad,
making 9 of the ll point
M. E. Wops emerged - victorious
affr iW 4-tra tnimitpc nf nla in
their game with the Trinity five.
At the close of the regular play
ing time, the c,ount stood 3 to 3.
Referee Westoti called for an extra
. iive-nunute period to aeciae trie
victor; At the renewal of hostilities
both teams came together with a
snap. Suddenly both teams "found
IIIC Ud9RCl WI11IC UUlill UIC gallic
neither team had been able to shoot
with any certainty.
The , tally - see-sawed back and
forth until at the close of the ex
tra period, the Wops led, 8 to 7.
Benson M. K , took' the Calvary
Baptists into camn- winning1 by live
score of 19 to 5." The Benson quin
tet played all around ball, which
was the cause of thevvictory. Much
team work. was inx display. Calvert
starred for the Benson cage five,
making 11 of the 19 points. Ever
son made the entire five points for
the Calvary squad. '
In a Vam that was featured hr
good shooting the Hanscom Parks
'defeated the Council Bluffs Chris-
tains Dy tne score,, ot & to I.
Tullington and Reel were the main
stays for the Hanscom Parks, while
Haynes and Hawthorne starred for
the Council Bluffs quintet.
' CHIBCH LtJAGtJE.
v . Won
Pearl Memorials , ....
Calvary Baptists 3
First M. E...
Trinity Baptists :
."Benson M. K
Hanscom Park- . 3
M. K. Wops 2
First Christian 2
3 ' .600
Two Skaters Tied for First
. Honors in National Tourney
" Saranac Lake, N. Y., Jan. 29. Roy
McWhirter ofChicago and Everett
McGowait 4f St. Paul were tied for
the national seating title with 80
points each -when the championship
Edmund Horton of Saranac Lake,
by winning , the 440-yard race in
39 1-5 seconds and 220-yard hurdle
ir 23 seconds today, was next with
60 points.' '
' loe Moore of Lake Placid and W.
Murphy of New York were tied with
TO ooiiits each. Moore was disaual-
t itied for fouling, in the three-mile
event, won by McWhirter in 9:162-5.
The meet was the most closely con
tested in several years.
Creigh ton High Quintet Off
' For. Stella, Neb.,:fbr Game
The Creighton High school basket
ball squad will journey to Stella,
Neb., this afternoon to meet the
locar high school in that city in a
basket, ball contest. .This will be a
return game, as the" Stella quintet
played the . Catholics last week in
Saturday everting the local squad
yill mix with the Denison, la., five
cn tiie Creighton floor.
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OMAHA UNI FIVE
AND MIDLAND TO
Fremont Quintet Said to Have
Strong Team; Prepare Jacobs
. Hall for the Event. -
Omaha university basket ball team
will meet Midland colleg five of
Fremont, Ne'b., in Jacobs hall,
Twenty-fourth and Pratt ' streets,
Saturday night, it was announced
yesterday by Manager Pressly.
With the announcement of the
Midland game came the news that
Ray Phelps. center and captain of
the university team, would be out
of the game. Phelps injured his
knee recently in practice and 'ac
cording to repoiTs" yesterday 'has
been on crutches.
Loacn Jbrnic Adams is preparing
his aggregation for the" toughest
contest they have had thus1 far this
season. , With Phelps on the hospi
tal list, Thompson will appear at
center against the Midland.erSi.Roy
Pressly and JackrBeaeonf willplay
forwards and Levinson and 'Reeves
will hold down the guard positions.
Stories of the strength of the
Midland five ver brought to Oma
ha last week by John' Reel's "col
legian" quintet who 'suffered a' se
vere drubbing at the hands of the
Midlanders in Fremont. "
Seats will he installed in Jacob
hall todav and tomorrow to accom
The? Omaha university orchestra
has volunteered its services for the
occasion. It wirt be the first college
game orr'the locals' floor this sea
son. Commerce Five to Play
Two Games in Lincoln;
Team Will Leave Today
vThe High School of Commerce
basket ball tiuintet will leave, for
Lincoln this afternoon,' where they
wil meet the State Aggies and Uni
versity Pla.ce five. The. former con
test will be staged tahight and the
latter garni tomorrow niorht.
The squad went through a light
scrimmage with the second team
men in preparation for the" game to
night and Saturday.
The Aggies are reported to have
one of the best quintets in the state.
Although Dake Levinson, the
star guard on the Commerce quintet,
is on the injured list, he will leave
with his teammates this afternoon
for Lincoln. "Duke" is an all-state
man and Coach Drummond cannot
afford to Ipse him. He probably
wjll be used in tonight's contest. -'
CdachDrummond announced that
the following men will make, the
journey to Lincoln: Captain "Ike"
Mahoney, "Duke" Levinson, Louis
Camero,. Russell Snygg, James
Slane, Charles Hathoot. Frank Ro-
kusek and "Fuzzy" Dalton. '
Lincoln High and South
" High Will Clash Tonight
Tonight at 8 o'clock the South
Omaha High school basket ball
squad will meet the Lincoln High
school quintet on the Packers' floor.
As yet the South Side quintet has
lost only one game on its floor this
the Lanital City lads will come
here with a team composed of. many
last year men. The Links claim to
have one of the best teams in the
There mav be a slight change in
the lineup for tonight's contest.
Coach Patton expressed great con
fidence in his quintet yesterday.
Saturday evening on the Y. M. C.
A. floor the South Side quintet will
mix with the Central High school
cage five. A hard battle is expected,
as the Purple and White squad is
determined to win. ""
The Central High school sopho
mores will meet the seniors in a pre
liminary contest, while the freshmen
will mix with the seniors before the
main event v
Pesek and Holland to Mix for
American Legion in Norfolk
John Pesck and George Rolland
have been matched to wrestle before
the American Legion in - Norfolk,
Neb., Febiuary 2. ,
With the Bowlers.
FARNAM ALLEY LEAGUE.
Bnfcer ' Ice Machine
MrCaffery BlQtor Co. Co., Shops.
JllllMU E29 OoCt 7 443
Ashlun r. 498
McKay ,. 494
Itnches ....... 454
Murpny . . .
A. Olson ....
... 2567 Mltcliell ;
S. Co. Bowles
. $291 Peterson
,., 535 Kestor
,.. 478 Bltsett
. . 613 Handicap
Plasnbeck . .
3041 ' Totals .
. .. 409
Machine Betsy Koss
Vctte - 5
Cross . . . .
Totals 1.22961 Tota
GBAIX EXCHANGE LEAGVE. -rodlke
Oraln Co. ! Rothschild Grain Co.
4HT strainer 444
439IStrudl ..1. 294
636 Pomeroy 400
I Handicap 43
Omaha Elevator Co. ye-Schneider-Fow.J
Handicap . .
R. Kefr ....
Hynee Elevator Co. I Maney Milling Co.
Bowers 5481 Thoil 463
Sahrpneck ..... 4971 Elsasser 411
Ervln .......... 500 Jullcher ........ 386
Straw ......... 3771 Hathaway ..... 429
' IHandlcap ...... 126
I Schmidt 4J
, . -Totals.. 2131
M. C. Peters Mill Co. I Alber's Comm. Ce
Deearth. 435R. Zander .. ... 627
Lagerstrom .... 449 Borghoff ........ 481
D. Porters ..... 468 Olobs 481
straw 426 Rose? CD3
handicap '.... -18611 ender 468
WILL RETURN TO
Now In Mexico, Offers to
Come Back and Take His
Mexico City, Jan. 29. Tack
Johnson, former heavyweight pugi
listic champion of the world, plans
to return to the United States at
once to face charges pending against
him in Chicago, 111., according to a
letter shown the Associated Press
yesterday by Johnson. -
The former champion Is confi
dent he can arrange legal difficulties
in time to fight Jack Dempsey be
fore the latter meets Georges Car
pentier, of France, and asserts
Dempsey must meet him before he
can claim the world's championship.
Letter Written Clyne. '
The letter shown by the former
champion was written by him to
Charles F. Clyne, United States dis
trict attorney in Chicago. It said
Johnson would go to New York by
the way of Havana, arranging
through rtie American embassy hert
for federal agents to meet him in
New York. Johnson requested Mr.
Clyne to give him 36 hours of lee
way after he arrived in Chicago so
that he might secure bondsmen and
make other legal preparations.
Johnson asserted yesterday ihzt
he weighed 213 pounds, but would
go into training immediately after
reaching the United States and
would-be able to easily make his
old fighting weight.
- Convicted in 1913. "
Johnson was tried in Chicago
early in 1913 on charges of having
violated the Mann "white slave"
law, and, being convicted, was sen
tenced to a year's imprisonment in
the federal penitentiary at Leaven
worth.'Kan. Johnson appealed, but
befpre the case was argued before
the higher court he forfeited his
bail bond of $15,000 by fleeing from
his -home , near Chicago to Mon
Late in Jne, 913, he sailed for
Europe and has not'been on Ameri
can soil since that time.
U. S. District Attorney Has .
Heard Nothing , From Johnson
Chicago) Janv 29. Charles F.
Clyne, federal district attorney, who
prosecuted Jack f. Johnson, - then
heavyweight champion, .today said
he had received 5jia communication
from the negro since he left Chi
cago. Mr. Clyh would not com
ment upon the protfable reception
of-Johnson should he follow out his
announced intention to return to
Chicago and face the charges against
Johnson's indictment grew out of
allegations that he paid the railroad
fare of a woman from Pittsbufjf to
Nebraska and Morningside '
Meet on February 2425
Lincoln, Neb., Jan. 29. (Special.)
Arrangements have been com
pleted by Coach Paul Schissler to
ha?e. the Tluskcr basket ball team
meet Morningside college at Sioux
City on February 24 and 25. These
games will take the place of the two
to have been played Friday and Sat
urday of this vek and which were
postponed on account of the illness
of Coach Schissler and a number of
the Nebraska players.
Today's Calendar of Sports.
Racing: Winter meeting of Cnba-Ameri-enn
Jockey club at Havens. Winter meet
ing of Hnsiness Men's Racing association
at New Orleans.
Shooting: Sunny 8011th Handicap Tour
nament t Hnntton. Tex.
Kacquetfi: National- doubles champion
shin at New York.
Skiing: Tcurnament at fjleowooil.iMlnn.
Swimming Metropolitan TM-yad cham
pionship for women at New York.
Wrestling: Earl Caddock Vs. Joe
Stecher at New York for world's cham
pionship. Dosing: Jack Brilton m. Jack Conway,
1! rounds, at Savannah. Sam Langford vs.
Tony Melrhlor, 10 ronnds. at Springfield,
III. Hobby Josenhs vs. Chick Hues. 12
ronnaa,. jnanenesier, j. 11.,
Wilde Knocks Oat Ertle.
Milwaukee, -Jan. 29. Jimmy Wilde,
flyweight champion boxer of Eng
land, knocked out Mike Ertle of St.
Paul early in the third round vof a
Grace Lutheran church basket "ball
five defeated Lincoln Community
Center, 60 to 7,-Wednesday night on
urace JLUtucran nooia
THE' BEE; OMAHA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1920.
Copyright, 1919 Intrn'l
MustBeATuwM K7 Mir N VtB i--
A NIGHT OF
THE saddest article in the hardware store is a heavyweight who has
outgrown the bantam class. ,
This is a hard point to throw.
weight is a lightweight until the ring
City lightweight hops ond the scales, the weighing machine gets a fever
and boils over plenty. Which established quite a shock when Leo Houck
irntL Eddie Revoire pulled the first prelim in an all-heavyweight menu at
the Olympia last week. Leo used to fight liihtweights until he had to
have his vests made in a barrel factory. And he was a good bird, at that,
in the old day when Bat Levinsky was Barney Williams and Mickey
Cannon used to swing a left hand that would flatten anything that was
- Houck and Revoire swivelled for 'six rounds and demonstrated why
the' works are called the City of Brotherly Love. Next another set of
'heavies who might fight their way into the Police Gazette provided they
knew a recipe for a new highball.
In the semi, whodoya think slewfooted it into the ring but old ALReich
with Jimmy Johnston hopping around him like a flea trying to surround a
St. Bernard. Al's opponent didn't have the price of admission, so Jimmy
dug lip another cuckoo for the clock.
eats out of the same nosebag with Reich. Jimmy manages both lads, but
he manages Reich a little more, so he was pulling for his heavy dough
grabber to cop. The crowd was for O'Dowd, who was outweighed by
30 pounds and an anchor. Dan stuck six rounds' like a postage stamp
and in jnuch the same position, being pasted on the floor about three times.
He escaped without being cancelled.
And the wind-up. That's one for the loose-leaf ledger. Fred Fulton
and Tom Cowler, who had the same chance against Fred that a mouse
would have against an eight-legged cat. The fight was a reminder of the
time that the Boston authorities tester Jesse Pomeroy's reformation by
putting canary in his cell. An hour
picked the father off the canary, one
was to put a lion in the cell and let Jesse pick the feathers off that, tulton
should have been fighting a leopard that night. His hands looked like
elephant ears. His left was longer than a snooker pool bridge. Cowler
looked like a French fried potato on
times, which was two more than necessary if he had been swimming in
stead, of fighting. He was doing neither.-
Fulton has a great side-wheel.
pies in the mistaken hunch that the ring was a tub, the referee stopped the
thing. It was a great pantomime burlesque of the Face on the Taproom
rri TL.t : ...:it j t,:i....' u:ti r r -
i-tuui', xiidi evening wm uuwn uu
weisn rareoit. i tne ingredients
Husker Coaches Exert
Efforts to Have Five
Ready for Hoosiers
Lincoln, Neb., Jan. 29.r-(Special.)
All elf oris of the Cornhusker
coaches are now being exerted to
get the Nebraska basket tossers
ready for the fray with Coach
"Jumbo" Sliehm's Hoosiers, who
will play here February 5 and 6.
This will be Stiehm's first inva
sion of Nebraska since lie wc"nt to
Indiana four years ago-. 1 Nebraska
alumni and coaches have been seek
ing to- match the Cornhuskers
against the Indiana five ever since
Stiehm left Nebraska to coach
Creighton authorities will have an
opportunity to compare their team
with the Husker team because of
the fact that Indiana " will meet
Creighton in Otpaha on February 4.
Rtotfey Says He Refused
$100,000 for Roger Hornsby
St. Louis, Jan. 29. Roger. Horns
by, one of the leading batsmen in
the National league, signed a con-,
tract to remain with .the Cardinals
for 1920. - .i '
' In announcing the Hornsby con
tract Manager Branch Rickey as
serted he had refused an offer of
money and players "for the second
baseman aggregating approximately
$lW,lw. riornsDv s patting average
last season was .318.
Acquisition of six -players was an
nounced tonight- by the M. Louis
Americans. Amonjfthem were, Lee
Dudley, third baseman, Denxer;,,J.
W. Worth, ;infielder of the Seattle
club of the Northwest Shipyard
!eague and Frank Thompson, in
fielder, of the Joplin team Of the
Bluffs Quintet Leaves for
, Boone and Ames Today
Council Bluffs High school basket
ball five will leavtt this .morningJor
Boone and Anfes whefe-they will
play the " high school quintets of
both cities They will meet Boone
tonight and Ames Saturday night.
It will be the first time in the Bluffs
school history that they have liad
tHese two fast central state fives on
their schedule, although they have
met thcin at state tournaments.
Boone defeated the -Marshalltown
five last week, 24 to 6," and are de
clared to have almost as strong a
team as last year; when they -won
their way into the 6emi-finals at the
silSSa m& .tournarflen.t,
Philly where a light-
Lvery time a. (Juaker
It was Dan O'Dowd of Boston, who
later they discovered that Jesse had
by one. What they should have done
the end of a fork. He went down five
After Cowler started bobbing for ao
iiiatuiy uui ui laie as a nnc young
were tnere except. Deer.
Governor ' Edwards Says Ne
braskan Establishing "Har
mony of Death."
Jersey City." Tan. 29. William T.
Bryan was accused, of wanting to es
tabusii the harmony of death in
the democratic party in a statement
issued by Gov, Edward I. Edwards
in reply to an. attack made upon the
New Jensey executive by Mr. Bryan
at Bristol, Va., last night. Mr.
Bryan had charged Governor Ed
wards with being an agent of the
liquor interests and with trying to
disrupt the democratic party.
In his statement . Governor Ed
"The harmony Mr. Bryan wants is
the harmony of death. If he has his
way the democratic convention at
San Francteco will be the morgue
from 'which will be picked the
corpse to appear at a November na
Jional funcraL What I wish is to
disturb no harmony, Put an intelli
gent grappling with the situation so
that w will have clearly denned the
issue of hbertv asrainst sectarianism
1 1 would sooner be the Atigel Ga
briel, to call the party to life, than
the smug undertaker tc preside at
Soap Peddlers Arrested
For Disorderly Conduct
VFour agents wlto have been selling
soap jn residence districts of Omaha
were arrested by police,at Twenty
fourth and Fort streets last night up
on warrants sworn out by the .Wel
fare board. They were charged with
disorderly conduct and released up
on $25 bonds. j ; -
Members of the Welfare board al
lege - that the men have insulted
housewives. The agents were E. H.
McFillcs, Merchants' hotel; L. C.
Cherry, Chicago, 111:; A. Hetkin, Chi
cago, and E. S. Gleason, Daven
Safety Expert to Speak
, Before Police of Omaha
W. R. Rasmussen of Chicago, field
secretary of he National Safety
Council, will deliver an address in
the city council chamber at 3 p. m.,
February 4, to members of the po
lice deoartment and others inter-
Ssfcd in iraffic problems oj safety,-
avn .MJ mm nn.
The Bee by Tad
Jay Gould and J. W, Wear Win
Opening Match of Tourney
- Philadelphia, Jan. 29. Jay Gould
nnd J. W. Wear of the Philadelphia
Racquet club defeated R. A. Gardner
and E. H. Reynolds of Chicago in
the opening match for the national
recquets doubles championship here
by the score pf. 15-2, 15-12, 15-10 and
In the other matches Cramer Rob
erts and Charles S. Bromley, Phila
delphiawon' from G. Hatch and J.
W.. Waterbury, New York, 17-14,
17-14, lS-jiif-15-6; F.-T. Frelinghuy
sen and F. Cutting, New York,
triumphed over S. W. Pearson and"
W. J. McGlinn. Philadelphia, 7-15,
13-15, .15-12, 15-11,15-2, 15-14, and C.
C. Pell, national singles champion,
and Stanley Mortimer. New York,
won by default from Howard Linn
and P. E. Gardner. Chicago.
Room Prowler Arrested.
When Fred Rustin, living at the
Y. M. C. A., surprised a man going
through his clothes in his room, he
locked the door and called police.
H. A. McGee, 2501 B street, Lincoln,
was taken to the station and charged
with investigation. He was attempt
ing to escape through a window
when officers arrived.
ItTIC rnt With an AH
fc7 ViW . Star Cast
30 Most Beautiful Girls in the World on
the Illuminated Runway
Nights, 50c to $2 Mats., SOc to $1.50
Four days starting- Sunday, Feb. 1st
Potash and Perlmutter in the
"Business Before Pleasure"
Nights 50o ts tlf. Mat. Beit Seats $1.00
FEB. 6. 6 and 7 MAT SAT.
In Her New Play
"The Woman of Bronze"
By Henry Kisteemecher and Eugene
SEATS NOW ON SALE.
Ralph Dunbar's S si e
Singers; Frank Jerome 4
"Bla" Herbert: Watts &
Hawlev: Fex &
Ward: "The Beginning of the
World:" The Vas Cede
Topics of the Day:
Twenty-sixth arid Ames Ave.
By the Ben Hur Dancing- Club
Folk Theater Players
Boyd Theater, Feb. 2
Matinee rn"d evening. Ticket! on sale Ian.
26th to 30th. at Mlckel'i. 15th and Harney
SU., and Jan. 31st ts Feb. 2d at Boyd
Prices $f.50, $1 and 50c
12 to 2 P. M.
Friday, January 30th
Grand Mask Ball
For You For AH
In acIditioA to Carl Lamp's
Orchestra, music will be fur
nished by the Old JCentucky "
Jazx Band which nas been
playing at the Rialtd this
Free Dancing Lessons 7:30 to 8:30,
Regular Dancing 8:30 to 11:30.
Admission to' Auditorium 10 cents.
, Dancing 5 cents.
Meet your friends at the most
popular ballroom in Omaha) the
Under management of
1 Special Luncheon
flCE skating !
I EXHIBITION 1
WORLD WAR VETS
. TALKS JN OMAHA
American Legion Is "Tailor
Mafje' He Asserts, But Vets
- Do Not Oppose It.
-Lester P. Barlow of Minneapolis,
slate organizing manager of the
northwest division of the World
War Veterans, addressed a meeting
of ex-service men in Labor tem
ple last night. '
'.'We have heard much about
Atnericanisilt patriotism and democ
racy, which expressions have been
used by scoundrels and profiteers,
so we have adopted a better slogan,
which is, 'The enforcement of the
constitution of the United talcs
as it is written,'" the speaker said.
I He referred to the ..American
Legion as "tailor-made," adding that
.the World War Veterans, are . not
opposing the legion, and he refuted
an assertion ascribed to him that
his organization v?ould be -merged
with the legion. ' -
"America is sound and equal to
any crisis," Mr. Barlow added, lie
denounced Governor Bumquist of
Minnesota and stated that the World
War Veterans as an organization
are strong, enough to "take on any
Mr. Barl6v plans to establish Ne
braska headquarters of his organiza
tion in Omaha and. to organize posts
here and in other Nebraska towns.
He was introduced by E. C. Peck;
who was elected temporary chair
man at a . meeting held last week.x
2,000 More Legal Papers
Served In 1919 Than In 1918
Two thousand more legal oaocrs
were served by Sheriff Clark's omce,
in J919 than in 1918. This was'
shown by a, compilation of his re
port which he completed yesterday.
Nine hundred more divorce sum
mons were served by this office in
1919 than in 1918.
Introduces Ordinance for
$244,500 Improvement .Ronds
City Commissioner Ure yesterday
introduced at the city council meet-
'OMAHA'S FUN CENTER"
vnesT". 25-50-75e, $1
Daily Mat. 15-25-SOc
Last Times Today, 2:15-8:30
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Ceo. Hayes and rUIIICO the Ui Burlesque
Tomorrow (Saturday) Matinee and Week
Burlesque Review & tEuLt
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DU I U SATURDAY NIGHT
LAST PERFORMANCE in the First
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Holding Shubert Attraction
With Carolyn Thomson, William Norris,
TWO SHOWS IN ONE
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FORO & HEWITT Photoplay Attraction: 1.
Warren Kerrigan In "A Man's Man" Billy
In the greatest dramatic picture
ever filmed, the
VIOLA DANA in
"PLEASE GET MARRIED"
And Charlie Chaplin in "A Day's Romance"
From Now to
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W MM Wi fJf&CTM CMS OW " I WW M
ir.g an ordinance which authoriiel
the issuance of $244,500 district imj
provement bonds to corer 42 stresf.
improvement districts this season
The bonds will bear date of March
1, 1920, will run no to exceed 10
years and will bear S per cent in
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