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THE BEE: OMAHA. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 3. 1020.
Of Boston May
Buy Red Sox
Financiers of "Benn"' Town
Ready to Open Negotiations
With Frazee Price Up
ward of Million.
Fights '"Kid" ScHaifer Tonight
Boston, Dec. 2. Purchase of the
Boston American League base ball
club will be sought by local inter
rsts, Joseph E. Conway, a former
president of the New England Anfa
teur Athletic Union faid today that
financial :ncn of the city were pre
pared to open negotiations with II.
H. Frazee, the present ownei. If
consummated the deol probably
would result in an attempt to bring
back to playing management of the
Red Sox William F. Carrigan, world
series leader in 1915 and 1916, who
now is a banker at l.ewiston, Me,
The price of the Red Sox club has
been sot by Frazee at upwards of
Chicago Bowlers Roll
Into Lead in Two-Man
At Midwest Tourney
St. Lcuis, Dec. 2. "E. Krcms and
A. Bugenhagen of Chicago rolled
into first place in the two-man
event of the, Middle West -bowling
tournament today with a total of
1,244 . This is 36 pins better than
the previous high mark. K. Paget
and L. Huebner, also of Chicago,
" took second place, with a 1,237
In the all-events Krcms took the
lead with 1,770
Ben Tryba to Lead
1921 Columbus High
Columbus. Neb., Dec. 2. (Spe
cial.) Ben Tryba, who played left
half on this year's high school team,
'was unanimously elected captain of
the team for next year.
Tryba is considered one of the
fastest backs in High school foot bal!
Carney Named Base Ball
Coach at Cornell Uni.
Ithaca, N. Y.. Dec. 2-John J.
Carney of Boston, who for the past
10 jears has been coach of Phillips
Excter base ball team, has een ap
pointed coach of the Cornell varsity
nine to succeed John Henry, Grad
uate Manager Romcyn Berry an
nounced today. Carney, after play
ing with the old Washington team
and Liter with Cleveland and Cin
cinnati, managed the Toledo club in
the Western league from 1899 to
190!. and concluded his professional
league career with the Kansas City
and Sioux City clubs.
Charles Peterson Will '
Referee Billiard Match
New York, Dec. 2. Charles Peter
son, the fancy shot billiardist. of
St. Louis, has been selected to ref
eree the final round of the national
18.2 balk line billiard tournament
here next week. The - participants
will be Willie Hoppe, world's cham
pion; Welker Cochran and Jake
if - JS - Jr v W sws
mmJa Illy i iiftcil
Johnny Nichols, St. Paul ; welterweight, who is scheduled to box
Kid" Schlaifer, Omaha's promising young fistic" performer, in va 10-
round bout at Fort Omaha tonight, will arrive in. this city this morning
from his training camp in St. Paul. . -
According, to reports, Nichols is in tip-top condition and ready to
swap punches with the rugged little Omaha Hebrew.' 5
Is Organizing Polo Team
Philadelphia. Dec. 2. A polo
team representing the UniversUy of
Pennsylvania is rapidly becoming a
reality. A large number of polo
ponies have been brought over from
A match with West Point has
been definitely arranged.
Roger Hornshy to Enter
Business Soon In St. Louis
St. Louis, Mo., Dec. 2. Roger
Hornsby, Cardinal second baseman,
expects tQ go in business here, ac
cording to a telegram the St Louis
Chamber of Commerce received
from him Tuesday night. He did not
state," the nature of the proposed ven
ture. Michigan University to
Start Boxing Instruction
Ann Arbor, Mich.", Dec. 2.
Classes' in boxing arc to be organ
ized at the University of Michigan
in January. Ted Sullivan, boxing
instructor of the Detroit Athletic
club, has been signed as boxing
Gold Shipment Arrives ton
Steamer From England
New York, Dec. 2 Gold valued
at $5,000,000 arrived on the stcam
v ship, Saxonia, consigned to J. P.
Morgan & Co., from the British
treasury. The money will be used
to meet current maturities of the
jiritish government in this country.
Brothers. on Several
1920 Foot Ball Elevens.
AVhen the 1920 loot ball history
is down in black and white and the
grid fans read about the sensational
t nd runs and aerial attacks of the
eastern elevens they will notice
sprinkled in. among th reports of
the various struggles that brothers
played a prominent part in the
games during the season just closed.
Standing ou as the most popular
pair of gridsters is the famous Cal
lahans. Mike and Time, captains of
Princeton and Yale, respectively.
Then come the Robertsons, Harry
and Jim, captains of Syracuse and
Dartmouth, respectively; the Becks
one of whom led Pcnil State and
played a steller game at guard, and
Carl, the schoolboy phenom, who
ran wild as a halfback on the West
The University of Nebraska had
the Munns, Wade' and Monte, both
good players, each holding down a
guard position. Across the Missouri
in Iowa CityNthe Hawkeyes had the
Twin. Anhrcv and Glen. Glen
plaved quarterback and was selected
a the skipper or waner r.cns4ii s
all-star "Big Jen" first squad.
Rutgers had Herbert Redmond at
end and brother Monrtimcr in the
backfield. while Ohio State is rep
resented by a pair of gridsters from
the same family in the persons of
Hugo and Neil Workman. Hugo is
an end id his. brother quarterback.
Coaches of Western Conference
Teanis Will Arrange Schedules
For Next Season at - Meeting Dec. 4
Clubs Would Be
Ruled by One
Set of Bv-Laws
Invasion of East by W. G. A-.
Is Proposed in Amendments
To Be Voted on at An
Chicago, Dec. 2. Invasion of the
cast by the WestenvGolf association
as part of a plan to bring all the
gulf clubs of the country under the
same set of rules, is proposed in
amendments to the Western Golf as
sociation's constitution and bylaws as
suggested by mail to the directors
The changes to te voted on at the
annual meeting on January la in
volve adoption of a new name, "The
American Golf association." to
"act as the authoritative administra
tive body for making and enforcing
the rules for the phying of golf in
the United States."
There have been' rumors of a golf
war between the Western Golf as
sociation and the United States Golf
association, the controllin.t body in
the east for several years,' but he
outbreak of the war in Europe pre
vented an open break
Want to Revise Rules.
One of the chief purposes of the
new golf organization,., if approved,
would be to revise those rules which
it is said were originally intended
for Scotch and British courses and
not practical for American courses
The directors of the Western Goll
association recommended theadoption
of a new constitution loking towards
an American organization and, to
promote the best interests of the
game for Americans, believing that
changes in the rules for golf may be
advisable from -time to time, ac
cording to' a statement issued by
Wilbur H. Brooks, president of the
St. Andrew's rules should be re
written in response to popular ae
mand for a set of "understandable
rules" covering the playing condi
tions , in this country, Mr. iiroons
Wakefield, Neb., Gridster Is
Chosen to Pilot 1921 Ne
braska Foot Ball Team.
By WALTER ECKERSALL.
Chlrnco Tribune-Otn.iha Rrc leased W ire.
Chicago, Dec. 2 When coaches
of western conference foot ball teanis
meet at the AuditoihniK hotel Sat
urday to draft the 1921 gridiron
schedule, it is almost an assured fact
that Chicago and Northwestern will
clash on chalklinc field next season.
Relations may also be resumed be
tween Wisconsin and Michigan.
Coach John Richards of the Badger
eleven was anxious to stage a game
with the Wolverines last fall, but
Director ' Bartelme asserted Coach
Yost was willing to play only four
Indications point to Ohio Slate
having as excellent a hotue schedule
as arTy "Big Ten" eleven. Chicago
and Illinois are booked to meet the
Buckeyes in Columbus, while Coach
Wilce will take his men tg Ann Ar
bor and Madison for return strug
gles with Michigan and Wisconsin,
Just what other elevens Ohio will
tackle is not known, but they un
doubtedly will be met on the Buck
Minnesota, which played most of
its games away from hime, should
have a schedule which will call for
a number of games on NortHrup
field. Illinois, Iowa and Indiana
will play Minnesota if return games
arc slated, while-Michigan and Wis
consin, will be met on foreign fields.
As in former years Purdue and
Iowa will be compelled to travel for
the majority of conference games.
This same is true of Indiana, al
though Indianapolis is growing in
favor as a foot ball city.
Leland Stanford Uni.
, To Build a $750,000
Stecher Beats Draak
And Joe Sandell in
Less Than an Hour
Stanford University, Cal., Dec. 2.
The board of athletic control has
decided to build an athletic stadium
costing $750,000 and seating at
least 60,000 persons, it was- an
Erection of the stadium which is
to be of the bowl type, will start
next summer it was decided. A
finance committee was appointed to
work out plans for financing the
The staduim will be equipped with
a 220-yard straightaway track and
will accommodate American, Rugby
and soccer foot ball.
Chicago Tribune-Omaha Bre leased Win.
WUIlit Jackson tried Monday night at
the opening of tho Manhattan Athlotlo
club, to defeat Johnny 'Dundee, a brace
of judges and a duly appointed referee,
but the heft that he could get out of the
Jumble wag a draw. How in the name
of fairness a group of officialssitting In
judgment on a contest like the Jackson
Dundee wrangle could not find a winner
Is most difficult to understand.
Juckson was out In front nearly the
ontlre distance and seemed to have won
by a mile at the end. However, the of
ficials disagreed with the majority of tho
spectators and gave It a draw.
The howl that followed could bo heard
In China but it had to go and Jackson
suffered a rank Injustice.
Jo Welling the Chicago lightweight who
recently came through a hari battle with
Benny Leonard, challenged the winner,
but Joe will have to wait until some
other time when picking a winner is not
such a difficult Job.
Snrnrny Good, a welterweight from Cali
fornia, made his how hero the uther night
and came through In great shape. Oood
drew Eddio Hazzard. a local performer
;s his opponent. At the end of the
fight the referee led Hazzard away and
gave the fight to Good. Oood looks good.
Gunboat Smith, heavyweight boxer, will
not lose the sight of his right eye, as a
result of colliding with one of Harry
Grcb's haymakers as first reported. Tho
claim was made that tlreb had purposely
gouged Gunboat's eye, while In a clinch,
with the thumb of his glove.
Jack Brltlon, world's welterweight
champion, who Is scheduled for a bout
with Pinkie Mitchell at Milwaukee Mon
day night, has posted forfeit with
the Wisconsin commission for weight and
appearance. Brttou must scale III
pounds at 3 o'clock. '
Joe Burman. Chicago 'Bantam weight
who defeated Trcmatne at Philadelphia
isst week, has been selected to box
"Young" Montreal, bantam weight cham
pion of the New England states, at De
troit Monday night In a ten-round no
Kddle MrGoorty. middleweight, and
globe-trotter. Is making a great impreci
sion on the local fans by his work at the
Arcade gym In preparation for his 10
raund clash with George Chip at La Salic,
Pal Moore and Carl Treninlne, bantam
weights will meet tomorrow night ina
schedule ten-round, no decision bout "at
They are coming at us here In erery
direction. Two new youngsters blew into
our midst the other day and both look
like promising fighters. Lieut. Earl Balrd
came all the way from Seattle with strong
recommendations from our old pal. Learn
Cross. The lieutenant made good In his
first start when he ruffed the stuffing
out of a boy by the name of Johnny Llsse.
Baird is a compactly built boy and loves
the rough going. He is a good hitter
but doesn't seem to carry the k. o. wallop.
Chicago Tribune-Omaha Bee Leased Wire.
Grand Rapids, Mich'., Dec. 2. Joe
Stecher, champion heavyweight
wrestler, last night defeated Tom
Draak, in 45 minute's and IS seconds
with a body scissors hold.
After a five minute intermission,
Stecher took on Joe Sandell, a
heavyweight from Hoboken, and
threw the latter in 2.'i minutes and 42
seconds with a body scissors and
The champion was in danger at no
time 'during the match.
StecheY left tonight for Nebraska,
where he will go into training for his
match with "Strangier" Lewis, De
Stecher to Retire After ...
This Season, He Announces
New York, Dec. 2. Joe Stecher,
world's . heavyweight wrestling
champion, plans to retire from the
wrestling game after this season, he
, In preparation for his contest here
on December 13 with Ed (Strangier)
Lewis, Stecher has canceled all
matches, in order to be in the best
possible form against the Kentucky
Bobby McLean, Former
Champion Ice Skater,
New York, Dec. 2. D. R. Scan
ian, manager of Bobby McLean, of
Chicago, former champion skater,
last night issued a challenge to
Oscar Mathieson of Norway for a
series of races for the title. Mr.
Scanlan said he had sent a personal
challenge to Champion Mathieson
but had received no reply and add
ed that unless Mathieson now
agrees to meet the American, Mc
Lean will claim the title.
Scanlan announced he had re
ceived a number of offers for the
proposed, contest, but preferred to
have the match decided in Norway.
Columbia, Mo., Dec. 2. An
nouncement was made today that
George Browning of Kansas City
was elected captain ot tne univer
sity of Missouri basket ball team.
Johnny Laylon Clinches
First Place in Cue Meet
Chicago, Dec. 2. lolinny Lay ton
of St. Louis clinched first place in
the World's Three-cushion Cham
pionship billiard tournament prelim-marics-
today by defeating Augie
Kieckhefer, SO to 35 in 41 .innings.
Each had a high run of 7.
Mike Gibbons Assists In
Boxing Work at Ilinois
Urbana, 111., Dec. 2. Mike Gib
bons of St. Paul arrived at the Uni
versity of Illinois today to assist
Paul Trehn, boxing and wrestling
Gibbons will spolid three days a
week instructing students in boxing.
Johnson Names Dunn,
Shi be and Navin to
Help Draft Agreement
Chicago, Dec. 2. President B.
B. Johnson of the American
league last night named James
Dunn of Cleveland, Tom Shibe
of Philadelphia and Frank Navin,
jf Detroit as the American league '
committee to meet with Judge.
Landis and a National league!
committer on December 10 to
draft a netf base ball national
Lincoln, Neb., Dec. 2. (Special
Telegram.) Clarence E. Swanson
of Wakefield, Neb., was unanimous
ly elected captain of the 1921 Ne
braska foot ball eleven at a meet
ing of the 22 members of this year's
team who were recently awarded
Swanson has played the left wing
position on the Nebraska varsity for
the last two years. In addition he
was a member of the 1918 "S. A. T.
C." team. The Cornhuskers cap
tain played four years of foot ball-
at Wakefield High school, previous
to entering the state university. He
played on the Nebraska freshman
team, in the fall of 1917.
Swanson is not an especially fast
or" heavy man but is an all-round
player and a hard fighter. The
caotain-clect should be a rood pilot
because he is a natural leader of
men, and well liked by every man on
Three years ago 'TJusty" Rhodes,
also a star left end, was chosen to
prilot the 1918 team. When the
Cornhuskers left for the service in
the spring of 1918, Swanson was
chosen to take his place. Rhodes
later gave his life for his country and
thereby had his name written in with
the other Cornhuskers.
Cravath Signs to
Manage Salt Lake
Los Angeles, Dec. 2. "Gavvy"
Cravath signed a contract here yes
terday to manage thex Salt Lake
City team of the Pacific Coast league
during the 1921 season, it was an-
ounced last night by President
Lane of the Bees. - '
Cravath was "manager of the Phil
adelphia Nationals last season.
McCook and Red Cloud
Highs to Play Saturday
McCook, Neb., Dec. 2. (Special.)
The McCook and fed Cloud' High
school foot ball teanis will clash here
Saturday in what is expected to be
a hard-fovtght game. The struggle
will settle the game of November 6,
vhich was stopped when both teams
refusccr to continue oscause of the
officials. The local high schoor ath
letic officials will banquet both elev
en? following the game.
Paul Prehn Defeats
Farley, A. E. F. Champ
Ubana, 111., Dec. 2. Paul Prehn,
wrestling instructor-at the Univer
sity of Illinois and winner of the in
tor-allied middleweight champion'
shipdefeated Carl Farley of Hunv
bolt, Minn., A. E. F. middleweight
champion, in straight falls here to
Boston College Will Not
Meet Yale Next Year
Boston, Dec. 2. The formidabl
Boston college foot ball team will
not line up against Yale next year,
according to a telegram received to
day by frank A. Reynolds, gradu
ate manager of athletics at Boston
college, from M. D. Ooddard, man
ager of the Blue eleven.
More Truth Than Poetry
By JAMES J. MONTAGUE
fat 1 1
THE MORTAL INSULT
The American Cuiaine it i lomethinir frivoloui Blanco Ibanet.
What, knock our good old Yankee chow
A man brought up on hot tamales,
Which all right-minded men allow
Are merely culinary follies?
Run down our hash; decry our pie
A stolid foreigner whose soul is
lmnossible to satisfy
Except with chile and frijoles!
Whv even folks from gay Parec,
Who journey through our mighty nation,
- Declare our pork and beans to be
' Our rock and refuge and foundation.
They like our sausaee and our wheats,
In fact, they rarely dine without 'cm,
And they declare our Yankee eats
Have nothing frivolous about 'cm.
We would not mind had Blasco said,
The while he made our buckwheats vanish,
That of the menus he was fed
Not all were just exactly Spanish.
We might have let the bird get by
If ham and cabbage he had pasted,
Or even listed rhubarb pie
, As quite the worst he ever tasted.
But when this Blasco gent referred
In sneering- accents to our die,t,
In "frivolous" he used a word
Which rouses us to rage and riot.
We'll grin when foreigners declare
Our men arc boors, our girls ill looking,
But there's one thing we will not bear,
And that s to nave cm knock our cooking!
Life a Tragedy,
In Divorce Suit
Most Beautiful Rod Cross
Nurse Accepts ljushand's
Court Proceedings us Part
Of Troubled Career.
TOO GOOD A CHANCE TO MISS
The decision that booze can now be moved from house to house
will probably put an end to the van drivers' strike.
TRYING HIM OUT
If Judge Landis makes a good job of bossing the ball leagues, maybe
he will be given a chance to boss the league of nations.
THE ONLY EXPLANATION
Willard wants to fight Dempsey again. One of those wallops he
got in Toledo must have destroyed his memory.
(Copyright, 1920, By The Bell Syndicate, Int.)
Pal Moore Refuses to
' Concede One Pound of y
Weight; Cancel Bout
Long Live the League.
The league of nations' first peace
treaty was a success. The Jugo
slavs and the Italians met at Rapal
lo and exchanged fair words and
They' decided to lav off and not
fight again. Until they got more
England killed a couple more folks
in Dublin and will be suspended
from the league for IS minutes.
Thelapello treaty did all that a
treaty is supposed to do. It stopped
6ne wat and started six others.
D'Annunzio. the battling poet, im
mediately celebrated the return of
peace by declaring war on Jugo
slavia, Cheeks-Scrofula, Menzolok-
Eczema and the names of any other
nation that he could spelL Having
a sweet tooth, D'Annuse likes his
peace with two lumps of victory.
The Jugo-Slavs indicated that they
were in full accord and harmony
with ' the situation by wrecking a
building in Belgrade. This was the
onlv buildine wrecked since 1918
that Bnndcll udn t get raKcott on. fcAgnan.
Constantine is now king of Greece.
His first official act was to pass a
law compelling all monkeys to be
muzzled during lunch hour. Greece
and Turkey will probably fight
again. They forget what the last
war was about, so they will start a
new one to find out
Everything neat and pretty in
Holland. The kaiser is still sawing
down trees with a rubber saw. One
of his sons is a chauffeur, so the old
man knows that some day the IIo
hcnzollerns will own the world
The bomb-bomb parties are stilf
going on in Russia. They may con
solidate their 16 private wars and
fight under one banner. Poland is
not allowed to fight because they
haven't paid up their back dues in
the league of nations. They must
suffer in peace.
The United States is about the
only nation not enjoying the beauti
ful calm and serenity bestowed by
the league. Europe has lot of
second-handed wars that they could
let us have very cheap, but it looks
as if Uncle Sam has ciecided that he
owns enough real .estate at St.
Cleveland, O., Dec. 2. The ten
round bout scheduled for tonight
between Pal Moore of Memphis and
Carl Tremaine of Cleveland, ban
tams, was called oft late today be
cause Tremaine was one pound over
the stipulated weight of 119 pounds
at 3 p. m. and Moore would not con
cede the extra weight. '
Norma Talmadge Is
Favorite Actress of
-New York Movie Fans
New Yofk, Dec. 2. Norma Tal
madge and Wallace Reid are the
new rulers of movie land by an
overwhelming vote by the readers
of 4he Daily News, New York's pic
Final rush of ballots by friends of
Mary Pickford could not overcome
the lead of the Talmadge sisters and
"Doug" Fairbanks' bride now takes
third position in the hearts of New
York's theatergoers. N
The vote was taken under the
rules of but one vote from each
reader, the ballot being secured with
the name and address of the voter.
The final vote for the six movie
most popular male and six most pop
ular females was: -
Vnrinft TftlmfldffG 9,707
Constance Talmadge 6.821
Mary Mllra Mlntor 6.257
Alice Brady 3.&RH
Pearl White .'
Wallace Reld 7.39
Eugene O'Brien 6,63n
Themes Melghan 6.J12
Charles Ray .... -. &.02C
William Farirum 3,772
William S. Hart 3,667
Douglas Fairbanks fell to seventh
place in the voting a few days ago,
but recovered enough votes to "come
'9?liuiuoj a'hjos J;jbjj, m jsn
It is dangerous to pass on the
left side of a street car. that is going
It is so apparent that it is realized
by every automobile driver and only
the most . reckless will take . the
If you swing in , behind a street
car and attempt to pass around on
the left side, you are' liable to meet
head-on with a street car or vehicle
coming from the opposite direction.
The street car or vehicle that you
are likely to meet has the right-of-way,
while you are a tresspasser,
and a violator of the rules of the
Over and above all this, by pass
ing around on the left side of a street
car that is moving in the same di:
rcction that you are going, you are
quite likely to meet and run down
pedestrians, taking their lives, or
maiming them. Don't do it. Re
member the rules of the road and
don't try to pass on the left side of
street cars going your way.
Haiti Citizens Protest
On Removal of Board
Washington, Dec. 2. "Citizens of
Haiti'' have protested to Secretary
Daniels against departure from their
country of the naval boatd of in
quiry until additional witnesses have
been heard in the investigation into
the conduct of the nurine forces oc-
cupying the island republic.
V. How can a mother prevent her
only child a little girl of 8 being
"lonesome" that is, lonesome for
other children in the home?
There is no remedy for this kind
of "lonesomeness;" there are no
substitutes for brothers and sisters
The only thing that can be done is
to have other children in to spend
t fie day as otteu as possible.
S A properly balanccd Jtyle
r for eay fait an4 "winter.
a United Shui&&lIar&)uTroy.KY J,
wjo Makers of Hon Shirts E
Indian Motorcycles I Indian "Bicycle
Big Christmas Sale on
BICYCLES AND TRICYCLES
OMAHA BICYCLE CO.
.Sam, the Indian Man, Prop. 16th and Chicago St.
n.T Vnlvemnl Sen Ice.
Montreal, Dec. 2. Mrs. Wallace
S. Schutz, formerly the Princcsi
Trotibctsky of Russia, appeared tt.
be reconciled Unlay to the belief
that all life is just a tragedy. Sin
has accepted her husband's divorii
suit as another event in her wa:
torn and international career.
The former princess, who wai
caHed the most beautiful Ked Crosr
nurse in France during the war, ap
peared frail and trouble worn to
day. She had just come from a
month's .stay in the Royal Victorian
hospital here. She is seeking quiet
and obscurity at the home of Mrs.
William Owens, former wife of a
Canadian senator. She is rccover
incr from a nervous breakdown.
"I married Mr. Schutz because I
loved him and because he said I was
the center of his ambitions," she
said today. "Now that illusion is
shattered. I shall not fight the di
vorce. " All life is a tragedy and
who knows that I will be here lonp
who cares?' Her gestures matched
in drama the pathos of her words.
Mrs. Schutz apparently believes
that licr husband could find some
other way out of the present triangle,
since they married under the
conviction that her first husband,
Capt. Victor A. Turin, was dead.
But she does not discuss that. She
lets it go as another shattered
dream. "But," she adds, "until the
divorce is granted I will still ba
Mrs. Wallace S. Schutz. '
"When the great revolution came
in Russia," she said, "I saw my
relatives massacred, my friends mur
dered and all because they were
aristocrats. I came to the United
States regarding it as the one place
on earth where some measure of
happiness and useful endeavor
awaited me. My work in the naval
hospital in Washington was much
praised and I am happy berause I
was useful. - -
"Then came Captain Schutz. I
grew to love him. He said I was
the center of all his ambitions. I
believed him and I married him and
now, wcl). you know. His divorce
will not be opposed. I may not be '
here lon anyway."
No one has been able yet to defi
nitely locate Captain Turin, who has
returned ghost-like from Verdun to
mar the romance of the Milwaukee
clubman and his royal bride. He is
reported to be living in New York
World's Championship Wrestling
The Speed Demons of the Mat
of Walnut, Iowa
' of Papillion, Neb.
Tui. P.ll. ni. .( TL
VS. . ' "
JOHNNIE NICHOLS of St. Paul I0WA Against NEBRASKA
MAIN EVENT ,
KID SCHLAIFER of Omaha
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of your window on
Will you find
in the driveway
a beautiful .
Could you think of
more womUrful flit
for tho wholo family?
Call Mr. Hansen. Ht
will holp you arranfo it.
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BASE BALL HEADQUARTERS
BARK ALOW BROS.' CIGAR STAND
METZGAR'S CAFE, COUNCIL BLUFFS
Direction' of Jack Lewis
Prices $1 $2 $3
Ring Sides $5
Secure Your Seats at Audi
torium, Barkalow Brothers
Cigar Store, Merritt's 16th St.
Pharmacy. South Side Stock
Exchange. Wire Your Reser-,
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