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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 21;3 1920.
ENDS IN FAVOR
Referee and Coach Plead With
Crow'for Courtesy and
Final Score, 25 to 18. v
Lincoln. Neb.. Feb. 20. (Special
Telegram.) Wih the score tied, 16
to ics nve minutes Dciore ine enu
o the game, the Huskers staged a
furioui spurt which gave Nebraska
a 25 ta 18 victory river Notre Dame
at the Universary armory Friday
night. John Pickett, who substituted
for Patty in the second half, shot
three of the field goals in tnat last
The oldest follower of Iluskcr
cage battles does, not remember a
rougher, more fiercely contested
game than this proved to bo.
Brandy was sent to the bench after
committing four personals and Be
king, for Nebraska, was removed for
-shoving. Referee Jones pleaded with
the hooting crowd for courtesy to
ward visitors and officials and Coach
Schulte appealed for clean sports
For the first 10 minutes of plav
the guarding was so close that the
score stood, 3 to 2, in Notre Dame's
favor. Both idesshot miserably,
during the half Smith netted ths
jly field goat for Nebraska while
Captain Mehre got two and Brandy
gvt one for Notre Dame. Notre
I3ame led at the end, 9 to 7. .
. The CatholiCJ scored first in the
sccona half. Field goals by Mehre
and Brandy for Notre Dame and by
Patty, Russell and Bekins for Ne
braska, tied the count, 13 to 13. Pick
ett replaced Patty and started on his
rampage.-Goals in quick succession
tucked- he game away. A second
game will be played Saturday night.
Nebranka (25). -
F,0. F.T. P.T. T.F. Pt.
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.. 1 6 .' 0 0 il
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Bntlry, . ...
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F.O. JT. T. V.I. T. "18.
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Mohr (o.), t.
Kennedy, c, ,
Brandy, rr ...
t. 0 0 2 0 0
0 0 0 0 0
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Omaha Teams Set for
- Telegraph Bowling
Eight Omaha bowlings teams will
L compete tonight in' the first annual
.. industrial telegraph bowling tourna--.
More than 180 teams wilf contest
tonight in different cities of the
country and telegraph the results of
' their bowling ? to . the Illinois Ath
' letic club in Chicago, headquarters
r for the tournament. - , y
"H rThe Omaha teams, competing are
tJnion Telegraph' Co.. Orchard and
. Wilhelm Co., First National bauk,
"Union Outfitting "Co., M. E. Smith
, V Co., Fairmont Creamery Co.
f ' And a Superstitlona Liiifc4
' ' Comedy Featuring i
How Till Saturday. ' ' v
End tfc vaak up right.. See
. ' CONSTANCE
la t- Spicy, Piquant Story
TWO WEEKS v
a Worlds M Phehdhm
LAST TIMES TODAY
In THE FEUD"
7 WILLIAM '
In "WINGS OF THE
MORNING". 1 -
OH! HELLO- NYTto
HOW ARE TOO FECUN"'
SOUTH HIGH CAGE
Principal Mars "Cans" Whole
Team When They "Ditch"
School for a Movie;
Lots of Gloom.
The entire South High school cag?
quintet was expelled from school
yesterday. Principal Mars officiated.
they "ditched" school Friday aftcr-
oon in order to take in a movie.
As a result Council Bluffs hi ell
school defeated he South High subs,
48 to 13, in their game last night in
Parkers' cvmnasium. As another
result, South High will probably not
be represented m tne state oasicei
ball tournament in Lincoln, March
4. S and 6. the greatest event of its
kind ever produced. Gloom has. set
tled on honth nigh.
The lowans completely bewild
ered the Packers after I the first
three minutes of play. Mcllor of the
Bluffs squad was- the mainstay for
them, registering a total of 20 points,
flraliam rf thi Packers was the
highest point getter for his tearh,
making a toiai oi iu points.
Tlip ("nimril "Rluffs nuintet will
take on Commerce Hiffh basketeers
tonight at the local Y. M. C. A.
The score: 1
' Smith Omahifc HAI
KU. F.T. P.T,
..2 3 0
,.2 -0 8
.. 0 0 1
, . r- a" o
.. 0 0 2
,. 0 0 0
, 0 0
Oraliam, r. f.
rtdgeii, 1. I.
rloil. . ....
Sullivan, 1. g
Card, r. B. . .
1 . 0
0 . 0
Totals 5 2 6 l,i 13
Council lllufN (18).
F.l. F.T. P.T. T.F. Pts.
Mullor. r. f 10 .0 0 ' 0 20
Blytlie, 1. f 1 ' 0 ' i 0. 2
Larsun, c. 6 0 0 0 12
T,mon, 1. g 0 0, 2 0 0
Bakr. r. g. ...... 2 2 10 4
Owmis.,-1. f. 1 0! ,0- 0
Currle,. r. t S 0 0 0
Zobcl, r. I. 0 0 " 0 " 0
5 '.-.O 48
Basket. Ball Results,
Pt." Loula, Feb." 20. WaahUigton untvr-
slty drfcatea Kansas university, 2 to 27,,
In a fust and hard-foueht MisafHir! Val
ley confnrce basket ball game her Frl-
r n n n
' I VSr1 -rw f
Ik 1 ff I 1 1 1 aV I
VX LAST TIMES TODAY
1 MAY ALLIStiN ' :J
Y k In ."THE WALK-OFFS" 1
' A Alio
- I CHARLIE CHAPL1
I In "THE VAGABOND
"THt HOUSE Of INTRIGUE"
fnn tt fanow 8lirtay EvmIm
rint Haw ahawa la Oaiaka.
Ai anlUat auatani nnaaet at artato a4
' alt ftdtf.
" WILLIAM RUSSELL "l ,
"SIX FEET FOUR" '
Rolln Corned Path Nawa
Bee Want Ads are the Best Busi
ness Boosters. . v -
. TM FINE NOW QOT
THE next cabinet will be union"nien, like the underwear you sei adver
tised ih the street cars. They will demand an eight-hour president.
The last eight-hour president we had was Judge Hughes. ;
In the future all cabinet members will have Ho pass tbje civil service ex
amination. This will do away with the hiring and firing of members who
were weighed and found republicans. There should -oe a law against can
ning a secretary just as he accepts his job atl has the swivel chair ad
justed to hrs right height sitting down. ,
In the old days the retiring secretary usedto hand his successor hfs
portfolio. Now they hand each other-timetables, It atg't no cabinet. It's
an employment bureau. . ' x s .
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- The president has explained why hegave Lansing the Nvork. But the
explanation is something like a no-tipping sign in a barber shop. x It doesn't
mean anything. Official Washington doesn't know the real reason for the
shindig, but they understand that Henry Cabot Lodge was observed drop
ping raistns in the White House toothpaste.
Another version is that a gent about the size of Lansing was spotted
talking with a United States senator. That s enough to get anybody fired
in Washington thisdministration. . '
About six dozen assorted sizes and shapes of cabinet members have
been given the air. It's the first year that the White House hat checking
privileges have paid a dividend.
Bill Bryan has the giggle on the other boys. He got fired from the
cabinet while resignations were still stylish.
-When a prominent politician gets appointed to the cabinet now, all
the reporters wheel up and take his post-mortem statement containing his
reason for the rash act. Still, in spite of the transmission troubles, thia
has. been a great administration Here are a few of the diplomatic tri
umphs: ' - I
The European war is over. Foi;
. ",,vu wi.ava ig m iniiM uvwiug Willi iuli A U U IKJHtV. VVIllCn
would be all right if it weren t all wrong. The weather is damp enough
without adding milk and honey to it.
We're one note ahead of Mexico. x
Th zone system is being used on- street cars. They're heated by the
Arctic zone system. , y v
The flu can be cured outside of the three-mile limit. When it gets
closer than that the victim breaks out in a rash of decimal points and is a
Apartments are so small in New York that the paperhangers don't ese
any glue on the wall paper. They put the paper on the east wall and the
west wall holds it in place. '
Telephone calls are still a jitney, which is only about 60 cents'a num
ber, if you get it. . (
Landlords must notify you 50 years in advance of any decrease hi the
18th and Harney
FOR THE LADIES
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"CAN YOU BEAT IT?" v
Check Cloth for Fro Favors
I Sunday, fob. 22
I ' at 4 P. M.
Near East Mass Meeting
A bfavo soldier, a trusted diplo
mat, who tells with fr4tlo
quoncO, a bow story of tho war.
No soats rosorrod
Jokm Corf a Sanaa tioaal MuakaJ ComaaV
FL O.FL O Porfoct "36"
Dalt drift fa Famlnin Fliiaio
Niihttv 50c to $1 Mat, SOe to 1130
Fob. U-24 StachatwSaMock Pict-rot
"OMAHA'S FUN CENTER1
Imtfffti Tflr Mat. U-ZS-SOc
WONOOLIN EAUTV AND Pl
Gaoa "Im" Marahv. Tai Itfrai. Baa Marah.
Choral Ckarai. "
LADIES DIME MATINEE- WEEK DATS
FOR ME O
Europe. - v
King Alfonso May Consent
To Join In Jthe Olympics
San Sebastian, Spain, Feb. 20. In
connection with the arrival here of
Marquis Villemejor, president of the
Spanish Olympic games committee,
it is reported that King Alfonso may
consent to participate in the Olym
pic games at Antwerp next summer
as a rifleman and polo player.
Preparations are being made for the
training of a Spanish athletic ieam
which will participate in the
Olympic games for the first time on
invitation of King Albert of Bel
gium. r Kerr Signs Up.
Chicago, Feb. 20. Richard Kerr,
pitcher for the Chicago American
League Base Ball club, has signed
a 1920 contract, according to aele
gram received by Charles Comiskey,
owner of the White Sox. Kerr is at
AMUSEMENTS. . I
THE WIT IN VAUDEVILLE
LAST TWO TIMES
MAjTINEE TODAY, 2:15
TONIGHT AT 7:55
PETROVA FIRST ON PROGRAM. -"
NO SEATING DURING HER
PERFORMANCE. ' v
Graco Do Mar; Mnrthall Montf ornery;
Howard's Spectacle; Barber aV Jackaon;
Jack Oatarman; Billy La Mont Trio;
Topic of tho Day; Kinrrama.
LAST TIMES TODAY
JOAN HARDCASTLE A CO.
Praaontlng "Danco Idoaa"
GRIND ELL ESTHER
ln "A Study fa Thlnoloyy"
ROBINSON Jk PENNY
"Jaaa Bya"--5ont and Pap
" THE BRADS
A Wonaa'a Life Drama
Mack Sennelt Camady.
Jiff and Ktgi - in Full
of Colors im Tin Sunday Bo.
Tourney Ends; No
- Omahans in Money
St Paul, Feb. 20.. Williams of
La Crosse, Wis., is the singles
champion, and T. Anderson and F.
Vandyke of Minneapolis, the doubles
'title champions of tUe International
Bowling association which closed its
annual tournament here Friday. '
In Friday's rolling Harold Foster
of Minneapolis finished in the singles
with a score of 659, one less than
the 660 count that jvou first prize
of $100 and a gold medal for Will
iams. Fosfer won $95. Other win
ners in the singles, with their scores
and prizes include: Third, C. Hallr
berg, Chicago, 6.53, $90, and ninth,
F. Lindgreli, Aberdeen, S. D., 625,
$60. , ,
The doubles winners .include:
First, J. Anderson and F. Vandyke,
Minneapolis, 1,227V $150; second, J.
Kehm and E. Kehfn, Fort Dodge,
la., 1,204, $125; third, A. Hill and L.
Meuller, Minneapolis. 1,203, $100.
The Centrals of Minneapolis last
night became fivemen champions of
the International Bowline associat
ion with a scofe of 2,946.
None of the Omaha men who took
part in the -tournament were
Nearly 900 Teams J
World Pin Title
Peoria, 'ill., Feb. 20. While scat
tered entries continued to arrive
Friday from all parts of the United
States, Canada, Mexico and Cuba, it
was estimated that between 850 and
900 live-men teams will compete in
the American Bowling congress,
which opens here March 10.
The entries closed Wednesday
night, but those in the mails at that
time will be accepted. This is the
largest entry list in the history of
the congress. Toledo holds the for
mer record with 795 teams.
Among the late entries were 20
teams from Ottawa and Toronto,
Canada; two teams from Havana,
Cuba, and three from Tampico,
The work of Installing the 14
drives, where the world's champion
ships will be decided, has been
Fast Iowa Quintet , ,
Coming Today for Mix
With Creighton Team
The speedy Simpson college bas
ket ball- five from Indianola, la.,
will meet Creighton university five
in Creighton gymnasium tonight in
what will probably be the locals'
last appearance here this season.
On March 1 Creighton will meet
at East Lansin, Mich., the Michigan
Aggies, the only team that humbled
the Blue and White in the last three
years. The"T?ame with the Wojverine
Farmers marks the, initial stand of
the longest trip ever attempted by a
Creighton team. Mill's men will go
cast as far as Fittsbfirgh, meeting
12 or more teams on the way(bcfore
coming bark to Omaha. ' v
Omaha Deaf Mutes Win From
Plattsmouth High, 39 to 27
Plattsmouth High school cage
five went down to defeat at the
hands of the Nebraska School for
Deaf aggregation yesterday after
noon by the score of 39 to' 27. The
playing of Sattler and McCarthy
featured the visiting squad, while
Turping and- Koitsch starred . for
the JJeaf institute, y
With the Bowlers
Dennleon .... .
A. KnoHl ....
Stock Yard! Bank.
Miraaky . .
Straw . . . .
Hancock ....... 465
B008TEB LEAGt-K. :
Standard Motor. I Swift & Co.
Lundaren ...... 625Perdue 577
Telvlncton 453 Garoick 467
McNamara ..... 470 Roben 43
Varna 430Hehn 697
Buck 42 II Pearson 524
Total 229o' Total 2586
1 Styletez. I Triangle.
Reevea . . 674 Pederaon 490
Clark .., 4081Kelly 632
Morton 646Erbhatser 458
Schneider ...... 423Shedd 532
Stineberc 48JHaHock 532
Total 24391 , Total....
Union Outfit Co.
Beeson . 618
Omaha Kat'I Bank.
Moore . .. 649
Humaajirey' . v,, 484
GutiTnan ....... 600
Lundin ........ 690
Jcrfles n 607
' Total. 2646
Landw'erkamp .. 537
J. Jarosh 691
Shirley Clothlnc. I Nat rtr Tan. Co.
F. Miraaky ..I, 6361Loony 441
Jlin. Miraaky ..
x. UV ......
Total. . ... , ToUl. . 2626
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DECISION IS GIVEN
OMAHA BOY OVER
Atlanta, Ga. Feb. 20. The 10
round bout here Friday night be
tween Jack Lawler, Omaha fether
weight, and Johnny Dundee, New
York lightweight, was called a
draw by the referee, but all three
sport writers at the ringside stated
Lawler. had the better of seven
rounds. The fight was a fast one
with Lawler, in the opinion of
sport writers, doing most of the
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Victor Follows Sumney's Trail
All During Game Until Last
Few Minutes Final
Count, 50 to, 4fc
. Fred Pierce nosed out ahead of
Dr. II. C. Sumney last night in the
semifinal game of the Omaha Ath
letic club championship three-cushion
billiard tournament, duplicating
the feat of Al ,Cahn,on the irfght be
fore. Sumney lost to Calm Thursday
night, .SO to 49, after hev;had led
Cahn throughout the entire contest.
Last night he treated Pierce to the
same "handout. .. '
Sumney took the lead at the "start
of the game. Then he played close
ly, leaving Pierce in difficult posi
tions. In the 10th and last inning,
however, Pierce put on a mighty
spurt and eased into first place.
Pierce and Cahn will meet Tues
day night in the final contest and
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Store Open Saturday Eve. Till 9
How to Get Wear
From a Suit
It is a known fact that any coat
and vest will outwear a pair of
tropsers. You can beat this by
getting two pairs of trousers, there
by doubling the life of a suit. We
have rnade this easy . for you by
giving a pair of trousers free with
every" suit. "'. ' '
Here v Is One Thing Tha,t
Is Absolutely Impossible
Rheumatism Has 'Never Been
Cured by Liniments or Lo
tions and Never Will Be.
You never knew of Rheumatism
that most painful source of suf
fering being cured by liniments,
lotions or other external applica
tions. 'And you will never see any
thing but temporary relief afford
ed by such makeshifts.
But why be" satisfied with tem
porary relief from the pangs of pain
which are sure to return with in
creased severity, when there is per
manent relief within your reach.
Science has proven that Rheuma
tism is a disordered condition of the
blood. How, then, can satisfactory
results be expected from any treat-
-Drawn for The Bee by' McMamu
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WASN'T IN - 1 V
Central Whist Meet ;
Is On at Hotel Rome;
'Many Players Entpr
Sixty . whist players from all
over the middle west started Thurs
day night in the 26th annual whist
tournament of the Central Whist
association at Hotel Rome. The
largest delegation from a single
city came from St. Joseph, Mo.
Sixteen players came from Joe
town. Minneapolis was next with
eight players. ' , "
In yesterday N afternoon's north
and south games Toel and Lysaigh
of St. Joseph, Mo tied with Alsen
and Bunnell of Minneapolis with a
Score of 219. Second place was
taken by Naylor and Dohse, with a
score of 218, and third place by
Phelps and Harris, with 2lor
In the east-west games Benjamin
and Benjamin, Council Bluffs, took
first plac-, with a score of 189. Cow
drey and Voorhees of Omaha were
second, with a score of 185. Mayer
and Helsley of St. Joseph got third
place, scoring il82.
Stecher Throws Londos. .
New York, Feb. 20. Joe Steelier,
world's heavyweight catch-as-catch-can
weftling champion,, threw Jim
Londos, Greek champion, here Fri
day night with a wrist lock hold,
after wrestling two hours, .15-minutes
and 35 seconds.
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Benson Beats Commerce.
Benson High school basket ball
flippers trounced the High School of
'Commerce' Reserves last night at
the Benson gymnasium by the-score
.( Kl l. tc L'l:... ,.t t. - -
aggregation registered over half of
tneir points. .
Purdue Beats Iowa. ,
Iowa City, la., Feb. 20. (Special
Telegram. )-Purdue completely out
classed Iowa in Western conference
basket" hall Friday night, defeating
the Hawkeyes, 42 to 26.
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Dundee tailoring; is wily-known; iinonj.this well
dressed men of Omaba and vicinity. -for- its. perfection.
Every suit must fit perfectly and- give satisfaction in
every detail before it leaves our store. ' We pay special
attention to style. You get the advice of our expert
tailors as to which style is best for your individuality;
Quality is the best you cap" b.etter Judge this for your
self by looking at our most complete line of Woolens and
fabrics. .. -
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ment that does not reach the blood,
the seat of the trouble, and rid the
system of the cause of the disease?
S. .S. S. has for more than- fifty
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most aggravated and stubborn cases
of Rheumatism. -It cjeanses the
blood by routing the disease germs.
The experience of others who have
taken S. S. S. will convince you that
it will promptly reach your case.
You can obtain S. S. S. at any drug
A valuable book on Rheumatism
and its treatment, together with ex
pert medical advice about your own
individual case, will be sent absolute
ly free. Write today to Medical De
partment, Swift Specific Co., 250
Swift Laboratory. Atlanta, Georgia.
Wrestling arid Boxing Please
And Ray In Feature,
- v Event. . s
Seven hundred members .of " the
American Legion enjoyed the ath-.
letic carnival held at the City audi
torium last nigl)t for their benefit
Earl Caddock, who was Introduced
as the vfrorld's champion wrestler,
and Tom Ray, Omaha boy, put on -the
feature event of the evening.
Caddock threw Ray jin' 15 .minijte
and 14 seconds. Caddock won great
oung Sharkey and iouug Blum,'
Fort Omaha boys, gained favor with
their fast six-round boxing bout.
Elmer Satterfcyy "the Doughboy
Contortionist," was another big hit
with 'his twisting stunts. Young
Spellman and Eddie Gillen boxed six
rounds in clever style. Gillen kept
the crowd in good humor constantly.
Kid Brandt and Battlinar Garrison
Jut on four rounds of boxing and
ohnny Salerno and Harry Havlicek
wrestled 15 minutes to draw. Jess
Queen threw Young Mickey in 14
A battle-royal between four res
dents of North Twenty-fourth street
wound up the carnival. All the ath
letes donated their services to the
American Legion. ,
Jack Johnson Will
Come Back to Serve
His One-Year Term
Laredo, Tex., Feb. 20. Jack John-,
son, former heavyweight pugilistic
champion, will leave Mexico City tor
the Unitea- States next Thursday,
going directly to Chicago, where he
will surrender himself to federal au
thorities for execution of sentence
for conviction of violation of the
Mann law, according to an interyiew ,
in Thursday's issue of the Heraldo
Dc Mexico of Mexico City. '
a nrui uTir'l
At FORT OMAHA,
February 23d '
';, Thirtyfou rouiula. t Il(htki(. :,;
' 'John Suttenbarft 1 'taf Omaha, Vt.
Jlntml Dalaney of Chicago. , i'
Four 6-round boarta4)d JaatW
- WIDE MOVEMENT TO
You can do this by careful buying..
Buy to get : all the wear possible
from a suit. ,, ... ''?': vv,"
We are' giving, all he assistance
goBsible-in this big drive to save
and cut down 'the high cost of living
by giving " '
- measure suit order. You
- Style - - - Fit
Sat, Feb. 21, 8:15 P, M.
Admission 75c and $) AO,
v.. . 'lej
Tickets oa Sale at Towatct
Co. yr Roterved by Ph '
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