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THE BEE: OMAHA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1012
The Nearly weds ou ou hardly Blame Jerry
Copyright. IMl National News Asa'n.
-:- Drawn for The Bee by George McManus
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?X?M0Mt lvm,o0E OR."? .. f&Sv -l o 3 TO THE THEATRE f )
HEBRASKA'SSLATE IS CLEAR
Saturday's Games Simplify Missouri
Valley Conference Situation.
DEFEAT OF AMES THE SURPRISE
MUsnnrl Tigers Kxprctril to Face
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Chnnrc for .Srronil.
LINCOLN. Neb . Nov. U.-Satur-days
gridiron rrmilt In tho Missouri
Valley served (o lmillf- Iho champion
ship tltlo situation. Tho victories of
Nebraska And Missouri, over Kansas and
Washington, respectively, wore tiro (inly
intor-conforonce gnmeM, whllo" the Iowa
Angles of Ame lost to. Iowa unlvorslty
nnd Drnliii university, . wan, defeated 'by
Grinnell college. A-
Nebraska, holder . of ' thn .conference
championship for tlio last two .years, fin
ishes another 'season with a clean alato
In Its conference combat, thus success
fully defending It" title.
Tho rather "doclalvo 'defeat of Amen
nt the hands of thn Iowa City Institution
la n surplso In coilfercnco circles, 'as
tho Aggies had' been rated ns' strong as
last year, when thoy ranked, second ' to
tho Cornhuskers In the cjnfcrnnco con
tention. . '
Tho Missouri Tigers, by their succes
sive victories over Drake and Washing
ton, nro comlnK strong as tlia end of
thn Reason approaches and probably wilt
face Kansas university next Saturday at
Lawrence, a favorite over the Jnyhawk
ors, although tho 'latter played a ylrlle
Kama against Nebraska Saturday and
were not defeated until the final period
Drake faced Grlnnoll minus Its sensa
tional halfback, Simons, uiUl nnothor
reirttlar player. Doth will be In the lineup
next Saturday against Ames and tho
Oca Moines eleven appears to stand at
least nn even chance to defeat tho Ag
gies and mount to a tie for second honors
In tho conferenco.
The ' Ilellovuo . foot hall season closes
hext Saturday, when Coach Ilolsto's In
dians will go' to Crete for the' annual
battle Willi Coach Johnson's Tteetn of
Doanc. Thn recent overwhelming defeat
of Donne, by Wesloyan lias put Donne
out of tho race fbr championship honor?,
nnd next Saturday's game will decide
whether flellcviin or Doane Is entitled to
second plnco In the college league. Wcs
leynn now has a cleur title to thoicham.
plonshlp, having defeated every 'teftm In
tho Ulg Four with the exception of Hast
ings, which is entirely out of tho racu
this season, lwlng defeated '.by .over
whelming scortfi .by tho weaker teams In
thn western part ofHhe state. '
.The entire student lody, as la the cus
tom, will accompany the team to Crete
and (he greatest enthusiasm provalls over
the coming game, an by comparatively
scores Ilellovuo Is stronger than Doane,
holding Wcslnyun - to a score of 21 to 7,
whlln Doane was defeated 35 to 0 ty Wes.
leyan last Friday.
The , team Is improving by leap and
bounds, every .game showing Improve
ment, nnd illolsto lias hopes of repeating
last year's dofcoj over Doane, although
tho Tigers outweigh tho locals nearly
twenty pounds to the man. Tho brilliant
uro of tho forwurd pans In the last two
luimes has greatly encouraged Holste.
who will perfect this feature tho coming
week nnd will utso work up n now series
of open playa for the coming game,
Thu mo6n, while not a complete suc
cess' an far as scores nro concerned, has
been far from a failure, as tho team has
won. an enviable reputation for the gume
ness and pluck with which they have
met such teams ns Mornlngsidn and Ne
braska. In every, game the season
through thoy Imvo been outweighed from
ten to thirty pounds to tho man and fre
quent Injuries liavo kept tho squad at a
Ilellovuo supporters will bo greatly sat
isfied with tho season's work should
Holste capture- second place 'In tho col.
lege league by defeating Doane next Sat
urday. Hoppe Leads Rivals
in Billiard Tourney
NHW YORK, Nov. 17. Wllllo Ioppe.
the 18.2 balk Una billlnrd champion, leads
the other seven contestants for tho title
In the professional tournament which will
bo concluded hero this week. Twenty
matches In ull have been played and eight
more will bo decided tomorrow nnd Tues
day, but In case of ono tie or more for the
first four cash prizes extra games will bo
In order. Kuch of tho eight experts has
competed In five games and Hoppo has
won four, his only defeat being by a
margin o! three, points In favor of K oil J I
Yamndn, tho Japanese wonder.
Blosson, Mornlngst&r and Ynmada are
lied for Kccond place, each having won
three games, and lost two. Demurest,
i Sutton nnd Cllno also are tied with two
I winning brackets each nnd Taylor of
Milwaukee Is low tnun with a slngln vic
Tomorrow's schedule Is: Dctnarcst
against Cllnc, Mornlngstar ngnlnst Tay
lor, Itoppe against Sutton nnd Slosson
On Tuesday Hoppo against Mofnlngstnr,
Slonton against Cllnc, Demurest against
Sutton and Ynmada against Taylor will
complete tho twenty-eight games ur
ranged at the outset.
MlinuldiiiR Tnlie Close One.
Tho Tigers were baten Sunday before
a cruwl of about 'JV Jans. Although out-
1 weighed, the Spauldlims put up a good
gnmo and dofeated their heavier op
ponents, The SpauldlngB scored first In
the second quarter, W. Bnnckcr getting
u futnblo of the Ttirors and racing forty
yards for a touchdown. He Kicked goal.
Tho Tigers ncored In the third quarter on
straight foot ball. II. Penny failed to
kick goal, Itufa Hanoker and Zimmerman
starred for the Bpauldlngs. whllo Dutchcr
na-renny were "1 the limelight for tho
TlgersT 'lUforotl Ilechtel. Umpire:
the national joy amoke
For an honest-to-goodness smoke any
kind of weather, any time, anywhere
you get a jimmy pipe and some Prince
Albert and make fire with a match !
No matter what gait you're traveling or what's
on your mind, for the long pull and the cool pull
and the joy pull, why, you get right down to
the original idea a jimmy pipeand just jam
it full of P. A. and there you are, all-right side
up with the world 1 Do that!
Prince Albert's got tobacco substance and gives tobacco
satisfaction. It isnVa lot of chafltl On the train, in
your auto, anywhere, it's ytut pipe smoke, because it's
fresh, and sweet, and delicious, andwcant burn your
: tbneue or parch your throat I Bite's .taken out by the
famous-patented process that, has made pipe smokers
and men who couldn't smoke a pipe before sit up and
make some mental notes!
Anchor alongside this; When It comes to a cica
relte smoke, V. A. is king of 'em all. You cet wise to
a packaue of P. A. and makin papers and eo to it while
- the doing's good. It's a sure-thing bet you'll get the
spirit of P. A.'s freshness, fragrance and sweetness.
Take it straight, P. A. is a revelation. Give it a crack
you'll forget that broiled tongue and the W-brands
and the dust-brands.
Buy P. A. vrwfcr to l rrf . 5e
r Im iht (My nd tin, 10c. da it
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.
WmUm-Stkm, N. C
May Manage Yankees
Itogcr lircshaiihan, tho deposed catcher-
manager of tho St. LoUls Cardinals, who
may bo engaged us pilot of the New York
Yankees for tho scuson of 1913,
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ROURKE STRONG FOR CHICAGO
Pa Opposes Transferring Western
EXPRESSES THE COMMON VIEW
O'Neill Would IlesiKU nnd I.eilKHC
Would I, one AilrnnlnR'e of Contnct
Trltk the Centerof Ilnse
LIVE STOCK JEN MAKE HIT
Boosters from Magic City Visit State
Farm and the Game.
ROOTING CONTINGENT IS BUSY
OniuhaWliimnl Take I'rotnliicnt l'nrt
Ileforc nnd After II I k root Hull
Contest with K minus Unl-versllj-
Nearly IW members of the Uvo Stock
exchango and Union Stock Yards com
pany paid their annuul visit to tho state
agricultural' college yesterday, Aside
from, the .formal reason of the visit, a
closer union between Uncoln and Omaha
was apparent in the' exchango ot ameni
ties between tho representatives of the
state cupltnl and the metropolitan city to
tho north. Ctonernl Manager K. Buck
ingham of the Union stock yards headed
tho local uggregutlun, whllo tho honors
of tho state firtn were done by Tlegcnts
Oeorgo CoUplund and W. O. Whltmoro
of Nebmska university.
Under thu guidance of Prof. M. II.
Wlss of thn agricultural school the live
stock men were taken through the dif
ferent departments of the experiment sta
tion. Stock Judging und a general inspec
tion of the staUon took up tho forenoon.
A dainty luncheon served by the women
students of the home economic depart
ment won unitlnted praise from the vis
itors. Following the luncheon a number
of gpecchpa were made by menof Omaha
and Lincoln. Among those who spoko
wero 12. Buckingham of the Union stock
yards, A. P. Stryker of tho Live 'Stock
exchango. Commissioner John ityder of
Omaha and Regents Coupjand and Whit
more ot tho state university.
The visitors attended tho Nebraska'
Kansas game and returned to Omaha on
a special . train last night. Tho military
band for tho tho Fourth Infantry at Fort
Crook accompanied the local people
of bills he had. looked large enough to
bo stage money.
Judgo Charles Foster of Omaha had
.tho lurgest chp'sunthemum that could be
found. Sam Itees, Jr., persuaded him not
to buy a pennant, a streamer and o. Ne
braska hat. Tho Judge was decorated 'as
Chancellor Ktron? nf Ivnrinn imli-AHiiiv
and' 'Ulmmy',i Green tho man who al
ways talks ut the Knnsas foot ball fes
tl'vltles, 'were eeen In various nooks of
In tho lobby of tho Lincoln the Omaha
"bunch" started' tho rooting. After lunch
thero wa"s nothing doing, until Amos
Thomas rirted to teuch Dr. F. S,. Owen
the Nehr.ka yell. Then tho Kansas
band and rooters got into tho affair and
it looked us if Lincoln's two policemen
would ha'vo to bo called out.
"Dog" KuK.er, "tho best manager Ne
braska ever had," was at the Uncoln
Tho feminine portion . of tho. visiting
delegations wus very attractive. They
took 'a prominent part In the rooUng.
netting was very much lij evidence Just
about noon. Some onthuslasUo Omaha
rooter wugered 1300 to SI that Nebraska
would double tho score. You can Imagine
his feelings until the Cornhuskers scored.
Tho crowd at the game was almost us
large as the ono that witnessed thc Mich
igan game last fall.
The Kansas band and rooters reached
Uncoln early. In tho morning. The band
Is a better ono than the Jayhuwkers-usually
have. and It really played 'several
good airs at Lincoln. .
Ono of tho KantJis bunch was a strong
and confident supporter. He wagered a
; deal of money, on tho contest,' betting that
Nebraska would not lick the visitors flf
I teen polntn. He went home with defeat
! and money.
"Duck" Beltter, former captain of the
Cornhuskers In 1909, was one of' the nota
bles around the Lincoln. He lost some
money on the game.
Old Sum Rice, one of the Cornhusker
warriors of 1997, was shaking bunds. Ho
has some grip, too.
Johnny Johnon, former Nebraska end,
and "Tate" Matters were busy ut tho
Uncoln. "Tate" had charge of the sale
of tickets In Omaha. It was some role
Gothenburg Outclasses Cosad,
GOTHENBURG, Nov. 17.-(Spoc!al.)-In
ono of the best games of the seanon.
the Gothenburg High school foot ball
teuni defeated tho team of the Coradl
High school at Cozad Saturday afternoon
by the score of S3 to 0. The score at the
end of tho third quarter stood 7 to 0.
Gothenburg scoring twenty-five points" In
tho last quarter. Lost week the Gothen-
imeu up moro scores against
the fast North Platto team than has been
KrnrfH nfrnlnat 1A .. . . t. .
by an opposing team. Gotlvcnburg plays
-p.j.,,,mv,i( ncin uu 4 iiunKBKiving aay ior
mo iiiuiiii'imuuup oi uawsou county.
Dnvltl City lllniiLn Stroiusburir,
"Aviu cixx, Net Nov. 17.-Speclal.
The David City High school foot ball
Ian tti A u .. J t. . u. k. . a
today by a score of 26 to O. David City
outplayed Rtromsburir by a , (greater mar-
Hale (2). Uworak. Peihek. GoaU from
posselbn of tho ball lesa than ten mln-
lltt if ho, trn m
Wuuim Wlim from Croftoii,
WAUSA. Neb.. Nov. 17.-Speclal.)
The Wausa basket ball teum defeated the
core of !5 to 10. The game was clean anil
fust andtwns won on Its merits. Field
Kimi. imuia, xi, iTuimn, . uoais rrom
foul: Wausa. S; Crofton. 2. Referees:
Balrd and Kellogg. A return game will
bo played ut Crotton November n.
South Omaha la Uefratri,'
SHENANDOAH. Io- Nov. Kl-tSpeviil.)
The Shenandoah High school foot ball
teum defeated South Omaha here today
In a good clrun game, well' Pluved by
' both teams South Omaha was crippled
' hi ihe bcn-. of e viral of Its strongest
I play. Score Si to 0.
Pa Hourke, owner and president of the
Omaha base ball club, returned yesterday
morning from Milwaukee, where he at
tended the annual meeting of the minor
league baso ball clubs. Following that
meeting ho went to Chicago, where' tho
Western league magnates held a meet
ing. At the Western league meeting It was
decided by resolution to movctlie Western
league headquarters from Chicago and
bring them to Omaha. ,13111 Rourke yes
terduy afternoon said he did not want
tho headquarters brought to Omaha and
at the meeting In Chicago voted against It.
In speaking of the next annual meeting
of the minor league clubs going to Co
lumbus, Pa Rourke said the American
association had the controlling number
of 'otes to defeat Omaha. Rourke, when
afcked It the meeting In 1914 would come
to Omaha, said he did not know, but that
he is not thinking of making a fight
for It. Ho says the three Class A leagues
have the controlling votes In the meeting
and that they could hold tho meeting
anywhere they wanted to, and It would
be of no ure to ry and get the convention
unless the American association wanted
to send It here.
Mr. Rourke had little to say on thc
proposition of transferring tho Western
league headquarters. He said he would
withhold his own Ideas until a later date.
However, ho was firm in saying he did
not want the league headquarters to como
Itourko U HlKht. I
Many Omaha and other Western league
fans think Rourke is right In not wnntlng
to bring tho headquarters here. In the
first placo If the headquarters are moved
from Chicago it would undoubtedly mean
the resignation of'Tlp" O'Neill from the
presidency of the league, which, It Is
paid, would bo a death blow to tho as
pirations of tho Western moving ' into
Anyone who is Impartial and has fol
lowed the affairs and destinies of the
Western league for a number of years
will admit that "Tip" O'Neill has done
more for this league than any other presi
dent it ever had. Ho has secured it it's
present classification. It was always
6'Nclll to the front when a club was
on Its hind legs yelling for financial aid.
Ho has saved many clubs from ruin and
wns always willing to get players if It
was In his power to do so.
Taking thp proposition of the moving
of the leaguo headquarters from Chicago.
In the first place In many respects It
would be folly. As everyone knows, Chi
cago is the heart of the base ball world.
It Is the very center of tho national pas
time, therefore the most practical place
for the Western league president and
headquarters to be. The president, by
remaining In Chicago, Is In immediate
touch with the powers of base ball at
all times and In position to get players
before other minor leaguo clubs and
what Is better still, he can got players
when they are really needed.
Ailvantaue of Chlcano,
Tho Western leaguo offices being In
Chicago, the heart of the base ball world,
gives the league a standing. The leaguo
quarters could not bo moved to any
Western league town without being Iso
lated from the powers In base ball. Bven
should tho offices be moved to Omaha,
the president, whenever ho wanted any
Information, would have to go to Chi
cago. No' onb but a base ball man knows
how often these Important matters arise
and how often It would be necessary for
the president to pack his grip and go to
Kansas City as a headquarters for the
Western league, every fair man admits, Is
ridiculous. It would bo even worse than
a Western league town, it Is Isolated
and away from tho very center of the
powers. By moving the headquarters to
Knniai Cltr It would only make con-
'dfttons In the Western league worse than
ever. It would kill the attendance In
every town, especially Omaha. The
game In Omaha would In a very short
while como to a standstill.
i appears that a few of tho mag
nates In the Western league, who are
not bure ball men at heart, and know
very little about the game, are taking
a direct slap at Comlakey, who Is ac
knowledged to be one of" the greatest
powers In baso ball. Comtskey and
O'Neill are bosom friends and through
his Influences with Comlsxey, O'Neill nas
done wonders for the Western league, but
Just as sure as the headquarters are
moved from Chicago, It Is said, O'Neill
will resign and the Western league will
lose Its classification and standing and
soon give way Its reputation as being
the greatest minor league in the country,
If you have young children you have
perhaps noticed that disorders of tho
stomach are their most common ailment
To correct this you will find Chamber
Iain's Stomach and Liver Tablets exce'
lent They are easy and pleasant to tnku,
and m Id and gentl" tn effect Fjr sale
I by all drusBttt-e. Advertisement.
FAIRMONTS WIN TWO GAMES
Fast Commercial Basket Ball Team
Still Retains First Place.
HETTLER AND WEIGEL STABS
Former Makes Jinny Points In Flrt
Contest, While I.ntter Snrm Mnuy
IlnsUcU Anulnst Ills Tcriiti
The Fairmont Creamery basket ball
team again demonstrated their class by
Winning a double-header, ono from the
United States National bank team and
the second from tho Nebraska, Telephone
company. The score of tho first contest
was 19 to 8. Both teams played a tight
contest. Otto Hettler, of tho Fairmonts,
was easily tho star ot the first game,
scoring ten of the nintccn points made
by his team.
The second game wus also n fast and
furious contest, which resulted In a score
of 16 to 9, In which Wcigel and Neuby,
guards on tho creamery squad disap
pointed tho telephone team time and
again, when baskets seemed almost cer
tain. Nolarid, right forward for tho telo
phono team was tho chief point getter
for his bunch, his long shots from tho
middle of tho floor being tho feature of
Tho result of Saturday's games leaves
the Fairmont team In tlrst position ot tho
Commercial Basket Ball league, having
won three and lost none.
Stowell ....., C.
Won by Fairmont Creamery. Score, lis
to 9. Field goals: Hettler (3), Welgel (J),
MoWilllams, Stell, Noland (2). Foul
goals: Hettler (4), Noland (3). Referee:
Burkenroad. Timer: Linn. Scorer: Joy.
U. 8. NATJONAL. I FAIRMONT.
Armburet R.P.jlt.F Welgel
lUmey L.K.L.P. McWilllima
Sjolln ., C.
Won by Fairmont
19 to 8. Field goals:
Creamery. ' Scoro,
SJolln. Vlckery. WclKel 3). Neubv. Hett
ler (6). Foul goal: Deems. Referee:
Burkenroad. Timer: Linn. Scorer: Joy.
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413 Se. 16th.