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To Be Banished
From Base Ball
;White Sox Hurler. Agrees to
Reveal Details of "Thrown
' Games" On Witness J
M 1 Stand.'
Chicago, Nov. 17. Eddie CicoUe,
- Chicago White Sox pitcher, whose
comession resulted in numerous in
.dictments by the special Cook
county base ball gradd jury in con
necuon wun tn jyw world series
scandal, probably will not be pun
ished lor his part in .the gam
"throwin" according .to officials
of . the State's - attorney's rofticc
Cicotte will turn state's evidence
when the men indicted .are tried anu
his only sentence will be banish-
mept from organized base ball, it
was said tonight. ,
"D. P. Cassaday of Detroit, Ci
cotte's attorney, conferred yesterday
with state attorneys over thepitcL
er's confession and possible testi
mony. At this conference, accord
ing to state officials, Mr. Cassaday
promised that Cicotte wpuld tell the
court the same story He told the
jury. As a result, it was arranged
lor the pitcher to furnish bond
without' persor-ally . appearing.
While other indicted ' players who
have voluntarily .surrendered, ha'e
been required to furnish . $10,00U
bonds. Gcottd's bail was fixed atl
$5,000 on the plea of Ma. Cassaday
that it would work a fnajhcial hard
it hip on the White So J player to
force him to put up more than that
nmount. Dr. Cassaday deposited
- $85,000, in Liberty bonds as bail.
Not Sufftrlrnt Kvldrscc.
Whil no offlrlnl Rnnouncemnt waa
. mad by th ntate'D attorneys offic. nn
nfflctal let It become known that'but (or
Cicotte' testimony the Jury never would
have had Burtlcientevldence to Indict
mora , than one or ttvo person and that
there would be llttlo chance (or convic
tion without the pitcher aa a state wlt
nesR. - . ,
, "Beftire Cicotte ronfeased, we had ream
of hraraay evidence." thl official alil
tonight, "but none of it would have held
In court; W might have returned a
few Indictment on It, but that would have
been the end of the case. We wanted
conviction and not Indictments and In
order to net the evidence necessary, w
had to have a confession. We were
certain Cicotte knew more than .many
titers whose names had been given us
o we went after him. Of course we
... An.rfA nmtiilnff to such a wit
ness and we'd rather Ttee Cicotte tree and
convict the rest than to let them all get
ahl official refused to'- sy whether an
agreement for linmunlty had been reached
with Clcott be-Tore the pitcher confessed.
Mill Bo-Brought to" Trial Neat January.
"We had plenty of evidence to return
an Indictment." he. explained, "hut we
Indicted only men we thought could be
convicted." The ball players and gam
blers Indicted by the Jury probab y will
he brought In trail In Januray. it-was
said. Judge R. K. Crowe, newly elected
state's attorney takes office In December
and It Is belbived that Immediate prose
cution will b instituted.
Clcotte'a ,confessloii to the grand Jury
fame after numeroua witnesses had tes
tified concerning rumors they had heard
that h was implicated In a deal Hirough
which eight kmsago White Sox playere
were given) ilOO.000 to "throw" games
to Cincinnati ln the 1919 World series.
A confession ade by Billy Maharg, a
Philadelphia p e ' fighter to newspaper
men, -that ke kn. of the deal was believed
'to have lnfluenc Y'lcoli to Hefore
iUry' Testified He Received 110,000.
He testified that ho was given SIA.OOO
which was placed "under his pillow to
"throw" games. H named "Buck"
Weaver, "Swede" Rlsberg. "Happy"
Felsch, George McMnllln, "Chick" tlandll,
Jo Jackson and Claude Williams as his
confederates In game "throwing." Will
iams and Jnckson later 'testified before
the grand pury. Williams was quoted
by local papers as testifying as to "throw
ing" games. McMullln and Weaver, how
ever, maintained their Innocence and are
planning to flghr the case. Aiandil was
not In the league this year. He is quoted
a denying Implications In the deal, and
his whereabouts is now unknown. The
vvieu iiiuicinieu is kkih me cigin
players as anon as Cicotte finished his
, testimony. The Indictments were re
Layton and Caprori
Win Billiard Games
Chicago, Nov. 17. John Layton
of Sedalia, Mo., continued today his
steady playing in the preliminaries
for the national three-cushion billiard
championship, i defeating , Charles
Morin of Chicago, 50 to Z3, in 45
' Joseph Capron of Chicago won his
first game of the tournament, de
feating Hugh Hear of Toledo;
50 to 49."
Naval Academy Foot Ball
Team Prepares for Army
Annapolis, Md., Nov. i7.-rTFoc.i
bi:ll practice of the midshipmen is
being devoted entirely to preparation
for the annual gridiron battle with
Atmy at New York 6n November
27. The team is reported today to
bo in -excellent shape, but the
coaches are warning against pver
f j s. :
""Leonard Meets Kelly
New York, Nov. 17. Benny Leon
ard, lightweight champidn. meets
"Iiftjlcm" Eddie Kelly in a,12-round
bout- here tonight. The match is
regarded hy Leonard as a "trial bat
tic" for his contest with Joe Welling
at Madison SquareJ Garden on No
vember 26. ' , .. .
New York. Not. 17. The annual meet-
ltiP of the United States Oolf associating
v. ill bo held hare January 7. 121. This
date is a week prior to-'Shat set for
til annual es.lort of the Western Gulf
association St Chlrago- -
Aside from olectlon of offlcnrs the chief
business will be selection of courses rr
thes three national championship tourni
j.ents the amateur, open andy women's.
tambrldge. Mas.. Nov. 17. HarvarJl
athletic authorities announced last nlclfH
that the Centra college basket l.all team
wculdBlay Harvard here on March 7
Ttest. Several members of the foot ball
team which recently plsVyed Ha'vard are
n the Centre basket ball squad.
cioatk Bend, Ind., No. 17. The Notre
rme university faculty board of
athletics control announced tast night
that no action had been taken on toe
proposed foot ball game between Notre
Dame and Penn State to be played In
titw York on December 4. The announce
ment said the hoard will meet soon t-
consider tha proposed' gnme. Coach
Krx-kne said ho tsiot In favor of the
contest unless Penn Stato wins ths east
ern foot ball title.
Xow Have), Cona- Not. lJ. Tbo Tale
foot ball team, reluming- to New Haven
esterday. after the defeat by Princeton,
was riven a ronsinir welcome by a larc
crowd of undergraduates. The keynota
of (the student welcome was ubown hv a
I arse banner bearing the words, "Beat
Tbe Vale ooaches lost no time In s;ettln
the team to Ta'e field.' where an hour's
scrim mace wss held.
New York, Nov. 17. Neither th Arrdy
nor Navy foot ball team will play aaaH
ni-tll they n.eet at the Polo .rounds her
' This was decided todaT' when WestJ
oinr, bcrsu vt iiniw"
stances." cancelled itt conleet neat Sat
urday aa-ainst Colby. George Washington
ui.-lversity already had . cancelled lis
Km with tgnnapolla.
Clash at Rourke Park for City, Grid Titje
fVJT, XoSmMi-:rnmJi lift jj
Dail&y and Kallio
Wrestle to Draw
Axtell, Neb., Boy and Local
Grappler Give Exhibition
Of Mat Game.
Owen Dailcy, light weight'grappler
of Axtell, Neb., and Gus Kallio of
Omaha, . wrestled one hour and 4
minutes to a draw at the Crcighton
gymnasium Tuesday night. .
Both men were evenly matched,
and staged a good exhibition of
wrestling. The men went to the mat
mmediately after entering the .ring.
Neither man stalled for time. -,
Kallio took the initiatives at the
start, and pushed his opponent hard;
Dailey managed to keep from Kal:
lio's grasp by some fast mat work.
At the end of an hour', Daifey took
the lead, putting Kallio on his guard.
The former succeeded in getting
toe hold several times on Ins op-1
ponent, but was not able to o any
great amount of damage with tire
At the endof an hoursand a half
both men showed signs of exhaus
tion and Referee Ernie Holmes
called the match a draw.
TheVmain event was preceded by
four good preliminaries. "Young"
Gotch and Micky from the' South
Side grappled IS minutes without a
decision. - Louis JNelson trom crook?
lyn and Ralph Barber, a heavyweight
from Chadron, Neb., gave a 10-:
Joe Stangle von. over "You'
Miller of South Omaha in 1 minutes
and 10 seconds. '
1 Barney Nordstrom and Nick
Freund of the local Y. M. C. A( gave
a 10-minute exhibition.
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Indooi Trap shooting Meet
Will Be Held in January
New York, Nov. 17. The first reg
istered indoor trapshooting cham
pionship tournament under the aus
pices of the American Trapshooting
association will be held, at Madison
Square Garden January 29 to Febru
ary 5, inclusive, it was announced
today. Three titles will be com
peted for amateur, professional and
Herman to Box Lynch J.
New York, Nov.. 17. Pete Her
man, bantamweight boSing' cham
pion of the world, and Jo Lynch 6f
this city, have signed sj contract to
fight 15 rounds to a decision .here on
December 2. Both agreed to weigh
in at 118. pounds' '
Cutler to Meet Taylor
Chicago. Nov. 17. Charlie Cutler,
heavyweight, of -Chicago, and Jack
Taylor, Canadian heavyweight, were
matched today for a wrestling match
to be held here, Friday night. .
GREATER OMAHA LEAGUE.
Paulson Motors. 'our" Oil Co
Erman 136 10 131!.7ohnsou 1st 226 183
Stouffer 16 139 '1S9 Tnusem' 142 176 J67
Dran'an 176 167 177 Ham'om 169 169185
Collins 137 1S1 160 McCoy 168 19 23i
Snyder 157 159 145IToman 194 182 243
Totals 802 799 802( Totals- 864 952 1011
Onjaha lTowrl Supply Nicholas OH Co
ti.ungen zih 21b i;imman 203 173 216
Kaflka ' 190 158 1661 Klauck 201 176 146
Kehm 197 162 191IX:adina . 190 193 153
C a-1 n 188 161 14S Z a r p 158 178 165
hen'an 199 160 156 Butlett 183 174 190
Totals 992 856 833 Totals 935 894 870
Omaha Alleys. I Bowen Furniture.
McCaba 200 170 156 K.Sclple 180 168 165
Eaton 185 169 18ilFritcher 151173 110
Radford- 154 182 187'R.Sclple 174 183 18S
Winter 157 198 176: Barron 180 174 1-4J
Kukry 149 165 16S1 Varchawl82 213 135
Total 845 884 8711 Total 867 911 ii
Woodwards t'annv Beddeo's.
Larson "181 193 2l7Shaw 179 160 183
Fletcher 161! 181 H;E!dson 164 245 213
Cklaus 165 163 2011 Norgaard 157 193 !51
Widllace 179 157 13901ssn 191 198 111
Moore 135 149 177j Romas 235 205 166
Total 826 843 923 Total - 9261001 854
Omaha Natl. Bankl Beau Brummels
Nealo .183 217 17m Martin 17 202 214
Kennedy 171 177 lUj Koran 206 181 17J
Wills-. 174 160 1611 Hunfton 113 189 17?
Jedliska 179 191 1711 Devlna 177 192 170
Blkenegr 167 191 177, Stum 166 15 181
871 26 839 j Totn.1 941 916 97 1
A. B: Bweet ' Shool Omaha Prlntinr
Gernandt 177 131 129Murray 140 105
Howes -1SI 149 116Reese' 126 121
VanVleet 144 1.12 169 Ruxton . - 68 79
125 144 H5!Mil1kn
144 I'.'l 131
144 158 113
164 176 13t N.Th'pson
)tal 681 732 6641
Ham's 'Indian Maldal
97 13,81 Hnusmn'
97 1431 Dorr f
50! f rows
Ranter 165 16 171Tho'pson
Total 625 570 7351 Total 599 695 656
Stiver Moon. . I The Chocolate Shop
Huff 147 131) 144'Reeson ,129 3 139
Hogan 10 102 11J McKemle' 95 126 123
Tolliver 88 94 1011 Tho'paon '128 13! 154
ullcher 146.121 149 BuekV "2 1 108
Stunx 185 144 145JainecV 154 143 163
e - .
S7S 191 J8 Total
fit 669 199
6!0 596 589
142 188 136
112 143 131
- 72 100 101
111 158 119
102 197 16S
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Dehies Reports That
Eddie Cicotte Will
JFurn State's Evidence
Detroit, Mich., Nov. 17. Daniel
P.'' Cassidy, attorney for Eddie
Cicotte, today denied published
reports that tbe former White
Soif pitcher had agreed to turn
state's evidence when the men
indicted by the Cook county
grand jury, in the recent base ball
.investigation, are tried.
Girl Swimmers Must
Wear Higher Necks In
Bathing Suits' A. A. U.
. Nevt Orleans, La., Nov. 17. Girl
swimmers who compete in Aniateur
Athletic union contests in future
must wear swimming suits that come
a-fhigher about the neck and must be
cut . out with a. due allowancefor
shrinkage, under a rule adopted last
night at the final session of the an
nual convention of the union here.
Judge Barlow S. Weeks, chair
man of the legislative committee,
described the low-cut and tight
fitting suits worn by American girls
in the Olympic games and said these
girls had been criticised by the, Eu
ropeans. Under, the terms of the new" ruling
regulation suits;., must be worn, by
both men and women. 1 (
' The icohvention yesterday elected
Kobert i. Weaver of
president. ' " .
T A l. "
"Bob ' Martin Scores
Boston, Mass., Nov. 17. "Bob"
Martin, heavyweisht fhiimpion of the
A merican Expeditionary forces,
knocked out Bandsman Rice, holder
of the. British armv heavweightfitle,
in the second round of .a scheduled
10-rotmd bout last night..
a 2 .
Stecher Meets Winner.
New Yofk, Nov. 17. Joe Stecher,
heavyweight titlcholder, will be
matched against the winner of the
wrestling match here next Monday
between Wladek Zbyszko ' and"
Strangle? Lewis, it was announced
today. - , .
F. W. Knore, Proprietor
Lincoln Brass Foundry,
Says It Has Completely
Restored His Health.
Still another well-known Ne
braska man relates his experience
with Tanlac. This time is Frank
W. Knoxe, proprietor of the Lincoln
Brass Foundry, living" at 1448 L
street,, Lincoln, Nebr Mr. Knore
has this to say: v
"At the time I began taking Tan
lac I had been absolutely unfit for
work for several months, but today
I am as well as anybody. I had
sciatic rheumatisif for three years
and was also troubled with my kid
neys. Thrf pains in my legs and
sides and in my back wepe almost
sat down in a chair I
couldn't get up without- difficulty.
My joints and muscles pained me
Many , a Pretty
Don't close your eyes to thforders. And the one remedy . wjiiih
arning wnien nature gives,
unsightly pimples appear tm your
face and ether parts of the' body. '
Not .duly are these pimples and
splotches disfiguring, but they lead
to serious S-kin diseases that spread
and cause the must discomforting
irritation and pain. Sometimes they
foretell Eczema, boils, blfstcrs, scaiy
eruptions and other annoyances that
burn like flames of firc. and make
you feel y0Br js ablazc.
When these symptoms appear on
?ny parjt of the body., take prompt
steps to rid the blood of these du-
OMAHA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER
Commercial and South
High foot ball teams were
sent through their final" sig
nal practice yesterday for the
game this' afternoon at
Rourkc park to settle the
City High school champion
ship. The game is scheduled
to start at 3 o'clock.
The South High and Cen
tral High Reserves will play
in a curtain-rAiscr to the
Commerce Will Play;
Cambridge for State
Commerce High and Cambridge
foot ball elevens will- clash on the
latter's gridiron for the State High
school foot "ball championship
Coach James Drummond of the
Omaha school scheduled the game
following Cambridge's .victory over
Bayard, 7 to 0, which gave the lat
ter schoo the championship of the
western part of Nebraska. The
Bookkeepers were scheduled to
tackle the Oak Park gridsters at
Chicago Thanksgiving, but the game
was' cancelled when the Windy City
officials refused to pay the expenses
of the- locals'.- "V ,
' When the Commercial warriors
meet Cambridge they will buck up
against one of the. strongest aggre
gations of footballers in Nebraska.
Cambridge has not been defeated
thus far this season and has not
permitted an "opposing player to
cross its goal line.
Coehran Sails for
Europe On Adriatic
New York, Nov. 17-jCharles B.
Cochran, English theatrical manager
and co-promoter with Tex Rickard
and William A. Brady for the forth
coming Dempsev-Carpentier boxing
bout to decide -Ihe world's heavy-
weignt cnampionsnip., was a passen
rt"K:iesfger today on t,e steamship Adriatic,
sailing for England.
"I shall . return early Tn 1921 to
1'elp arrange details for the fight"
he said, "or sooner if my servjees
ate needed." "
Phillies to Train for 1921
Reason at Gainesville, Fla.
Philadelphia, Nov. 17. Gaines
ville, Fla., has been selected fb the
spring training grounds of the Phiia,
dclphia National league base ball
Londos Is Matched.
Ogden, Utah, Nov. 17. Jim Lon
dos, the Greek " wrestler, and Jack
Parbertson of Ogden signed articles
last night for a handicap match here.
December 8tJt Ljjndos agreeing to
throw Parbertson twice in 90 min
utes or forfeit the match.
so at nigh I couldn't rest in bed
and had to be - propped up in a
rocking chair. I spent many a
sleepless night on account of my
misery, finally 1 got down-. toH
where I just had 'to spend most of
my time either in bed or in a rock
ing chair. -
"But I had hardly started on Tan
lac before I got to feeling better and
now my rheumatism seems to have
gone completely, for I never feel a
sign of If. All my other pains have
left me, too, and I sleep fine and" am.
in fact, in splendid health. Tanlac
is my standby from this on, for I
know by experience what it will do."
Tanlac is sold in Omaha at all
Sherman & McConnell Drug Com
pany's stores, Ilarvard Pharmacy
and West End Pharmacy. Also in
South Omaha and Benson Phar
macy, Benson, and the leading drug
gist in each city and town through
out the state of Nebraska.
r - Spoiled by Pimples I
has no equal as a Wood cleanser is
S.S.S., the purely vegetable blood
medicine, which has hecft on the
market for more than fifty years.
It is sold by druggists everywhere.
If you are afflicted with this
form of skin disease do not expect
to be curedby lotions, ointments,
salves and othor local remedies, as
they can not possibly reach" the
source of the trouble, which is in
the blood. Begin taking1 S.S.S. to
day, and write a complete history
of j our case to cur chief medical ad
viser who will give you special in
structions, without charge..- Wnf
t once to Medical Director, 827
wift Laboratory. Atlanta, Oa,
For Cage Quintet
Coach Harold MulligaA of
Central Will Organize Team
Basket ball prospects at Central
High school are bright this year, nc-
cordniK to Loach Harold K. Mulli-
tan.; whot started making plans for
the winter season.
While three of last year s regu
lars have been, graduated there are
several men in the school who were
not able to plav last year and who
will easily fill the vacancies. Ivan
Robertson. Herman Swabod and Ar
thur Loaan are the regulars who
iv e left school. Logan played cen
ter, and Kobertsoii and , swaboua
were guards. Mangold, who was
used as utility man, is not at Central
Kay Clement, who plays halfback
on the erid. team. is captain of the
fioor quinttt. He plays forward,
and was one , of the best players
in the state last year. The team
will be nuilt around him. Leo Ko
r.ecky, who played a forward posi
tion last year, is expected to leave
school by basket ball season.
George Benolken, who played as
a utility guard during his first year
iti. school,' and who has been out of
the game for two years because of
heart trouble, will play this year. He
is expected to hold down a guard po
sition. Thorval Berg, an all-state
gjard ill South Dakota last year,
will try outj for a position.-
Amojngtiie men who played class
ball last year, and who wtlt try
for- places oji this team are, Clar
ence Hunter, Edward Reynolds,
Robert Mallory, Wilmer Bterkle and
Fr.tnJ Bunnell. ' ,
A definite schedule has not been
f orked outbut many good games
I.ave been booked, according to An
drew Neison, faculty manager.
(Sanies will be played with Com
meice. South and Council Bluffs.
Two games are booked with Lin
coln. St. Joseph, Fort Dodge, Sioux
City and Beatrice. Lincoln and Be
atuce will be-; played on the same
trip as will the Sioux City and Fort
Practice , will be started before
Chris'tnlas this year in order to give
more time to round out a team. The
first game will probably be played
the second week in January.
Fast' Mail Derailed.
"Spokane, Wash., Nov. 17. Great
Northern fast mail train No. 27 was
derailed near Katka, Idaho, early
today, according to a report re
ceived-here. , Lngineer JLandis ana
the fireman were repotted to be seri-.
ously injured. The engine was said
to be in the Kootenai river. Wires
to-the scene were declared to be
clown and information was meager.
In paekgea af 30proieciet by
pttcil moisture proof wrapper.
AJao to round A1R-TIQHT Una of 50.
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Numbering' foot ball players is
unfair to the boys in the cooler who
earned their numbers in unfair com
petition. It is also- unfair to the
athletes themselves. Whydo the
ipectators want to know what its
til about, when the players don't
Nobodv hai asked that the cheer
leaders be Numbered because even
the most habitual foot ball bug
knows there ain't fractions that
smell. A cheer leader belongs to
the same branch of the Rotary club
that admits squirrels in revolving
cages to active membership.
rio circus is complete without a
ba'tery of clowns, and no big in-tcr-collegiate
market day would be
etticial Wjthout a cabinet of Bar-nu-if'
secretaries. Cheer leaders are
sent to college because papa and
mamma figure that a pet squirr1 is
easier to feed andJtakes up less
room around the house. They send
the boy off Jo Yale or Princeton to
study modern mythology and the
hieroglyphics on ancienfc African
African Sanskrit. '
The hieroglyphics on ancient
African tablets have never been de
ciphered with profit to the party of
the 'first part, l he African spoke
nd wrote a dotted language on
square ivory stationery. mere
seemed to be only 12 dots in their
Mnhabet. The Morse, code has both
dots and dashes.' Science figures
that Afro-Biceo was the Remorse
code. ' .
The ancient Africans used Mo
shake their education Well before
taking and follow it up with a long
roll for a finishing course. The
Dempsey arid Brennan ,
Will Fight in Gotham
In Championship Bout
Chicago Trlbune-Omalin Bc Leased Wire.
-New. York, Nov. 17. Jack Demp
sey and' Bill Brei.nan will fiht at
Madison Square Garden December
34. " 1
Tips "information conies from an
authoritative source anJ the bout be
tween the two heavyweights will be
only one of thre; championship con
tests which will be decided at the
Garden between now and Decem
ber IS. 'ThCtJther two titular con-
HENRY WAS "near."
IN OTHER words, tight.
HE CARRIED two packs,
ONE FOR friend Henry.
FULL OF "Satisfy!."
AND THE pther containing.
JUST ONE cigarette.
AND THAT lone cigarette.
WAS ALWAYS offered.
TO 8MOKELESS friends.
WHO-WERE all polite.
AND REFU3ED to take It.
AND SOMEHOW Henry,
TILL ONE day
AND EVERYONE fell on it.
CARRIED HENRY through.
A NO DAY by day.' .
HE GREW more popular.
FOR HE'S nobody's dummy.
AND NOWADAYS he not only.
HENRY COULD run for Mayor.
AND GET away
dots seemed to have a-very peculiar
f ignihcance. .
J wo dots were known as crap
and was a symbol of mourning
Possibly a corruption of' crepe,
meaning something on the doorbell
after, a patient had just died. It was
also- called Snake Eyes or China
mcn'sEycs. Three dots meant the same thtny.
Four dots wai Little Joe, an
orphan, who was the champion
wiestler of his age. Nobody couj.l
Five- dots was Phoebe from the
south, a young sister of iNine Dots,
known "as Nellie with. 'the "Long
Green Stockings. '
Six dots was a point if you made
it. If you didn't make it, it was
only a number?
. Seven dotsvhad two meanings. "It
was or it wasn't. If you didn't
throw it first, it threw you.
Eight was the same as six. Either
a point or a number.
Jen was Big Dick from Boston
?nd was the birthstone of Lucretia
Borgia, Jhe inventor of slow poison.
Eleven was a natural. Named in
honor of John Brff roughs, the great
naturalist. j 1 1 '
Twelve was box cars Or Packards.
because it was made with twin sixes.
It was a very queer language and
a guy could speak volumes without
paying a word. After a cheer leader
graduate:! in - African tablets he
would go homey frame an I. O. U.
frr a diploma and spend the rest of
Ins life helping th town loafer to
Lnild up .his business. ,
i You may bawl out a cheer leader,
but remember that he has more fun
for less money than a pyrotnaniac in
Hades. -; '
Abe Attell Appears
Before Attorney; Says
He Is Ready, Anytime
New York, Nov. 17. Abe At
tell, ex-pugilist mentioned" in con
nection with the "fixing" of the
1919 world scries, voluntarily ap
peared yesterday at the office of
Acting District Attorney Talley.
Attell, who recently returned
from Montreal, said lie was avail
abe at any time he was "realy
wanted" by the authorities. .
tests arranged for are Benny Leo
nard and Joe Weiling on November
26, and one on Dccetnl er 2, be
tween Pete Herman, th? batani title
holder and Joe Lynch, who lwrs been
a contender for some time.
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esai c ameg
the full pack.
cries of glee.
'em on people.
packs of 'em.
GIVE your friends the real thing introduce
them to Chesterfields I Odds are they'll find
just what you've found in ,this wonderful Turkish-Domestic
blend a smoke that by com
parlson seems way out of its price class and is.
with it now. '
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Is Preparing for
Cornliuskerq Working on Ag
gies Plays; Expect Hard
Grid Battle; Play Washing
ton State Nov. 2S.
Lincoln, Neb., Nov. 17. (Special.)
Forty Nebraska gridiron warriors -were
put through a stiff practice Yes
terday afternoon in preparation for
their battle wiiii "Pot sty Clark's
Michigan Aggies' aggregation Satur
rv.n.-1i .-lniIli-'c linvkv Imp ts still i
undaunted. Tine same ;0 and 200-j-omid
men that i ept Nebraska's op
ponents from gaining on line plunges
kept out Penn Si itc and Kansas and
forced the onDotients to run the ends
and resort to aerial woik. For them.
Coach Schullc a. givins.a little rest
to insure them frim stalrncss before
ihe end tf the season.
Cornhuskers CH Lota Workoufc
Tuesday evening, 'he , Husker-
mentor gave his -men long worK-
o-jt on . getting i!own undV pgnts.
Welter and Moouc too'ed the oig ,
skin. Then he -howed the backfield
men how to bre.ik up passes such
as the ones that almost defeated
Nebraska last Sa-urday
It should be remembered in reck-
. .. rv . .i. . .
onmg tne game wm Kansas, inai
t!'e Nebraska back's busted up about
half a dozen passes in the first half
that were of the samo k'nd as those
hat brought bi;j gains :n the final
rcriods. 1 -
Freshman Coach SchUsIer trained
his men in Michigan Aggie plays
Monday and Tuesday. The yearlings
ran signals for two hours while i
the varsity did the same thing for
nearly as long a tune.
Expect Hard Battle.
Schissldr reports that while the
Michigan 'Aggie suffered ' some
ignoble defeats ri'iring theTearly part
cf their season, they have improved
nd are sure o show Nebraska a
i eal , battle. The. Aggies' team is
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saiu lo ue supeiuji io -l'lymuiK mav
Nebraska has met this vear with the v
exception of Notre Dame and Penn
The Washington State team that
earned a o-u victory over uregon
Aggies last week, will oppose the
Cornhuskers at Lincoln Thanksgiv
ing day. Although defeated by CaK
fcrnia, Washington State has a for
midable aggregation. ,
Charlie Cutler Wins.
Little Rock,' Nov. 17. Charlie
Cutler of Chicago, defeated - Jesse
Westergaard of Iowa, in a wrestling '
match here last night with two
With acknowledgments to K. C. B.
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