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THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1912.
The NeafcfywedS"You May Have Td & Yourself
Copyright, 1912, National News Ass'n.
Drawn for The Bee by George McManu
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NEBRASKA'S ATHLETIC PLACE
Believed to Be in Missouri Confer
ence, Not in "Big Nine."
LITTLE TO BE GAINED BY MOVE
Rail's of Largei Body Jaat ns Unpop
ular it Thoie of Secondary Orn-an-llsatlan,
in Which Cor nh a nit
era Are Snpreme Leaders,
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- My fountain
PEN - HURRY-
By CLYDE E. EH.IOTT,
In some circles of tlie alumni there is
mild agitation for getting the University,
of Nebraska to oak for admission to mem
bership In the Western conference, which
Is more commonly known as the "His
Nine." In Omaha there In considerable
expression which favors a movement to
get the Cornhuskers Into this larger ath
letic body, nut there hardly seems any
probability that the Lincoln school will
ask to be taken In, for there Is such a
wldo difference of opinion on the wisdom
of joining hands with a larger body than
the Missouri Vnlley conference, which al
ready Is fettered with enough faculty
rules to make the tutor of a team wonder
whether he Is going to hnve enough men
tch next season to represent , the school
or not. Nebraska Tit- having enough
trouble In the smaller body to keep it
busy; at least so contend many of the
Kinds who arc close to things athletic
at their school, and they do not favor
going Into another , conference, althugh,
tney wouKKilke to seo the Cornhuskers
free from the organization of which It
I now member.
'l.Ktle to He Gained.
There Is little to be gained for the 'Ne
braskann through' entering . tho "Illg
Nine." The .rules which govern the stu
dents who engage 'In-athletics' for these
schools are' fu1)y as obnoxious as those
In the. Missouri Valley .conference! In
deed, many e them are worse, and really,
tre so Hill)-' that Michigan n few yearn
ago pulled out. Nebraska's natural posi
tion makes It Imperative that It should
annually compete with such schools as
Kansas, Ames, Missouri, Drake and Iowa.
It does not need to look to Wisconsin,
Illinois, Chicago, Michigan or any other,
member of the "nig Nine." There Is
plenty f stiff opposition In the Joesl di
vision, nnd so long as the CornhUskprs
can stick In this conference and be the
leader they should not complain. That
Is the view many grads and Undergradu
ates tako of the situation. Nebraska Is
the big frog In tho Missouri valley pud
dle; what It would be In the Western
conference no one can tell. There is little
doubt, however, that It would be superior
each fall to all schools with the possible
exception of Chicago, Minnesota, Wiscon
sin and Illinois; while It would always
be. a hard proposition for any of these
schools. The Cornhuskers always work
the Gophers to tho limit. For three years
they licked the Illlnl each Thanksgiving.
Not l.aektntr Games.
But even if Nebraska Is the equal or
almost the equal of tho best In the "Big
Nine," it would gain nothing except a
little newspaper flattery through enter
ing the large body. It can get all the
games it wants with "Big Nine" eleventh
Each fall tho Cornhuskers play Minne
sota, usually the leader of the large or
ganization, and It can arrange at least
one other game If It chooses. Two "nig
ljne" contests and games with Ames,
Kansas, Missouri, Drake and two minor
schools afford all the foot ball menu the
Lincoln school can handle. "80," ask the
grads, "what Is the use of getting Into
tho Ulg Nine, even if the Western con
ference mentors will have us ,and they
really would have us, we have heardT"
GRAHAM ADDS POOL HALL'
TO THE SMOKE HOUSE
George Graham, erstwhile second base
man' 'for the Omuha ball team and now
proprietor of the cigar store at base boll
headquarters, will open a pool hall In
tho basement of his store at 310 South'
fifteenth street, Tuesday. Hevwlll Install
one billiard table and four pool tables,
Clay Hchoonover, formerly a Hourko
player, or Del Atderman, will have charge
of the hall.
LOSE TWOFAST GAMES
Two fast games were pulled off In the
Commercial Basket nail league at the
Young Men's Christian association gym
nasium Tuesday afternoon. The first,
between the Merchants National bank
and the Omaha National bank, was won
by the latter team in the second half by
a score of 9 to 7.
The second game was between the Mer
chants and tlie United States National
bank. The United States team handed
another defeat to the Merchants to the
tune of to 6.- Following Is the lltiqup
of the first game:
Knea ... up.
Llnc-up second game
ria .. ..,..... ..LvK.
V. a. NATIONALS,
SCHOOL FOR DEAF HAS
THANKSGIVING DATE OPEN
The Nebraska School for the Deaf has
Thanksgiving day open on its foot ball
schedule and would like to hear from
Mime of the local teams averaging 140
pounds. Fhona.P, B..Seely, Webster 169,
Prairie Park Whla. Tournament.
ReswH oC sk play of the tournament
Monday tmMC was u follows:
Back X7 King x".
Kndres xT Nelson x7
Hruce ., .. .. 3 Hcannell -7
Jeffer M X IRilelds .. ... 3
Rom ,...,, 1 Van Burcn . 3
?trC -I Wait 3
Bellevue Squad Has
Coach ITolste of Hellevue lias Inaugura
ted something new In foot ball practice
by' putting tho team through signal prao
Uco for an hour eVery evening by moon
light. This Is In addition to tho two and
a half hours of practice In tho after
noon, and the men are finding their time
pretty well taken up by foot ball and
The closing game of the season, which
is to be played Saturday with Doane
college of Crete, Is the big game of the
season for both schools and is always a
hard fought battle, . last yer!s victory
over the Tigers being the first for' three
years, and Ilellevue has never won on
the Doane field since the two schools
have met In athletics. Although tho
championship Is now In the hands of
Wesloyan, Ilolste will mako a great ef
fort to repeal last year's victory over
the Tigers, us the team which wins Sat
urday's contest will capture second place
In the collego league.
The team Is In good condition for the
game, although one set of backs will be
out on account of Injuries. Tho team
has been given a number of 'how plays
and 'formations In preparation for the
Tigers, whose game with Wcsleyan lost
week was witnessed by Coach Ilolste. '
The punting so far has been wrak'and a
new punter Is being developed this. week.
Kamannkl and Haswell , will - probably
change off In punting Saturday's . game.
Several touchdowns have been mado on
blocked punts, as In thn Mornlngsido,
gamo, and Ilolste Is determined to eradi
cate this weakness by Saturday.
The greatest of enthusiasm is being
shown by the .student' body and the slo-
xnn to "Beat -Doane," is to be heard
everywhere. At least a hundred rooters
will accompany the tcaim to Crete, and
many more of the old 'graduates and old
students -will Join the crowd at Lincoln.
Wolter Says He Will Come Back
9 . nfc
DECISIVE CUE MATCH TODAY
If Hoppe Defeats Mornings tar," Title
Again is His.
TRIPLE TIE FOR FIRST POSSIBLE
Jspanew Player Treat Spectators to
Prettr Inhibition of nilllarda
In Game nlth Taylor at
Harry Wolter, the speedy outfielder of
the New York Yankees, who was kept
out of the game the greater part of last
OMAHA GUNNERS TO HAVE
PRACTICE SHOOT SUNDAY
A practice shoot preparatory to the
annual Turkey shoot of the Omaha Gun
club, will be held Sunday afternoon at
the clubs gruonds, Just east ait the Doug
las street bridge. On Thanksgiving day
fifty turkeys, fifty geese and 100 ducks
will bo put up as prizes for the best
marksmen at rifle and shotgun shooting
SUBURBANS ARE LOOKING
FOR GAME NEXT SUNDAY
The suburbans woum like to have a
game for next Sunday at Kim wood park
with any 140 or 143-pound team In tho city.
The Sherman Avenue Merchants and the
Bpauldlngn are preferred. For games call
Harney 1461 and oak for "Chuck."
Lead in California
SAN FRANCISCO, Ca)., Nov. 3D.
tabulation of tho state vote for Roost-
velt and Wilson, Including the correc
tions .thus far by Secretary of State
Jordan, on the official canvass by coun
ties, shows a Roosuvelt lead of 104. A
change of sixteen In the San Francisco
returns hsa been announced which will
reduce tho Roosevelt load to eighty-eight
when officially recorded.
Corrections at Sacramento of the of
ficial cnnvaJB from counties not yet re
ported there may Increase or overturn
Ireditors Say Mrs.
Kirby'sStory is False
CHICAGO, Nov. S0.-Judge Landls will
decide Monday whether Mrs. Margaret
L. Kirby, wife of the owner of tho de
funct Klrby Savings bank, shall go to
all for contempt of court In not turning
over to Judge Landls $20,060 of the Insti
Her attorneys today argued that she
had shown where the money had gone oyJ
telling a story of alleged wlro tapporo,
and therefore It was Impossible, for her
to produce the money in court. Counsel
for creditors argued that the wire-tapping
story was a "frameup."
WASHINGTON. Nov. 20,-Edwurd K.
Ayer, a wealthy Chlcagoan, today was
named by President Taft a member of
the Hoard of Indian Commissioners which
has supervision of the contracts and pur
chases of supplies among tho Indians.
Mr. Ayer has taken an Interest for many
years past In Indian affairs, having pre
sented a large collection of Indian relies
valued at more than $1,000,000 to the Field
Ttnuseum at Chicago.
MOUNTAIN LINES WILL
SOON BE ELECTRIFIED
DENVRR. Colo.. Nov.. S0.-Vlce TresI-
dent Drown of the Denver & Rio Grande
railroad, on his return from New.-York
City, announced that the first steps In
electrifying the Denver & Rio Grande
system are to be taken at once. The
first unit to be electrified will be from
Helper, Utah, to Salt Lake City, lit miles.
The second unit will be over the Tennes
see pass, the great continental divide in
Colorado, and will Involve the electrifica
tion of the line from 8altda to Mlnturn,
Colo., a distance of eighty-seven miles.
Double Murder and Nulcldr
WniLfiKHTRll Mass.. Nov. M. John
Wood, a grocer's clerk, "killed his wife.
ins -inontn-oui uttoy unci mmseir wun
chloroform during thn night- A note
found 'by a 13-year-old daughter whu
she awoke today tola or tne crime.
Mtrert Car Striken Automobile,
CHICAGO. Nov. 30t'-Three women were
hurt, one fatally, when an automobile
driven by Mrs. John W Uasa nollldoO
season because of a broken leg and who
has now completely recovered from his
Injury. Wolter has written a letter to
Owner Frank Farrell In which he an
nounces his Intention of spending the en
tire winter In grooming the leg for a
stiff campaign in 1913.
NEW YORK, Nov. l&.-All but one of
the twenty-eight scheduled games have
been played In the professional 18.3 balk
line world's championship billiard tourna
ment and the final match between Hoppc,
the champion, and Mornlngstar, will be
decided tomorrow night.
At the close of tonight's play, Hoppe
Is In the lead with five games won and
one lost. Slosson has won five and lost
two, and Mornlngstar has won four and
lost two. If Hoppe beats Mornlngstar
tomorrow he will win the tournament and
retain the championship, but should
Mornlngstar win there will be a triple
tie for first place between Hoppe, Slos
son and Mornlngstar, which will neces
sitate extra games.
Tonight Slosson played a. fine game of
thirty-one Innings, defeating Cllne, 00 to
306. Slosson's best effort was In the
twenty-third inning, when he gathered lit
Yamada treated the spectators to some
pretty billiards In winning the game from
Taylor, who has only scored one victory
out of seven contests. Scores:
Slosson, COO: average. 16 4-31; high runs.
111. 71, 73.
Cllne, 306; average, 9 27-31; high runs,
49. 34. 26.
lamada. COO: average. 36: high runs. 83.
Taylor. 273: average. 14 7-19: high runs.
64, 42, 32.
Only one game was played this after
noon, that between Demarest and Sutton,
In which the former won, by a score of
600 to 160.
Demarest had an easy time defeating
Sutton, as the latter stllMs off his game.
Demarest played pretty billiards and ran
out in his twenty-first Inning, with 120.
OMAHA IN OUMW LEAGUE?
Rumors' of Plan to Combine with
Association Clubs Continue,
ST. JOE ALSO MAY ENTER
Prealdrnt U'.Velll of Weateru Leajrne
Atluilta Serloua Dtaonaalon la
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NAGEE &' DEEMER
413 S. Sixteenths
Ayer is Appointed
to Indian Board
FARE LAW ATTACKED
rilliONIX. Aril., Nov. 20.-The legality
of Arizona's three-cent fare law, adopted
by the voters November 6, was attacked
today, in the United States district court
by the Southern Pacific Railway com
pany. Should the company be sustained
referendum measures providing for equal
suffrage, recall of Judges and state In
dustrial ventures also will be threatened'
Attorneys for the railway contend that
the law requiring that the full text or
referendum measures to be presented
must be sent out to voters ninety days
before election was not compiled with
only fifty-three days having elapsed from
the first mailing until the vote wfes poiica
J, PranU lllcker Indicted.
niTPicAtri. N. Y.. Nov. 20. An Indict
ment was returned today against J. Frank
Htcknv. now under arrest at "iom a luvor,
N. J., charging him .with murder in the
firut iii.irM in navinr causea tne nrjiiii
of JoMph Joseph at Lackawanna, Oc
tober IS, 19U.
Hanker Commit Suicide.
COLUMni'S. O.. Nov. SO. Suffering
from a'nervous breakdown. William Ut
ile, aged 61 years, president of the West
gate Dime Savings bank, committed
suicide today by hanging hlnvielt with a
rope made of his bedclothes. Mr. Utile
has not been active in the bank's affairs
for several months.
CHICAGO, ttov. 20. Rumors that cer
tain clubs In the American association
and Western league are planning to-be-come
"base ball outlaws" and form a
new league were confirmed here vtonlght.
President "Tip" O'Neill of the Western
league admitted that discussion of the
proposed league had been going on for
weeks and thnt the matter took concrete
form at a meeting of the league held in
Milwaukee last week. Certain club own
ers tn the AVestern league assert that
their cities nronerlv belons to a circuit
with Milwaukee, Kansas City and klnne
spoils. It was also contended' that Preel
dent O'Neill was too close to major league
influence and the directors therefore
ordered the removal of the league's head
quarters from Chicago.
The Invasion of Chicago and the estab
lishment of rival clubs tn American asso
ciation cities are said to be Included tn
the plans of the proposed league. The
American association' Is supposed to have
an option on a favorable piece ot ground,
on Chicago's "north side" and for several
years has threatened to place a club )n
linns' of the proposed league. It Is said,
are to establish clubs In Chicago, Minne
apolis, Indianapolis, Milwaukee, Kansas
City,' Omnha, St- Joseph and an eighth
city yet to be selected.
"Nothing officially has been said to me
regarding tho proposed league." Said
President O'Neill. "Hut the proposition,
however, has reached me from other
sources. I know there has been trouble
for several weeks.
"I want It to be understood that I am
In no way connected with the projeot
I am opposed to 'outlaw leagues, For
years I havo been Identified with or
ganized base ball and I'm going to stick,
KRUTTSCHNITT SAYS MAIL
TRAFFIC DOES NOT PAY
CHICAGO. Nov. 20. American railroads
are grossly underpaid for carrying
United States mall, according to a report
presented to the members of the Amer
ican Railway association today by Julius
Kruttschnttt, chairman of the committer
on railway mall pay.
"Mall traffic does not pay Its operat
ing coat," the report read. "The unjust
reductions of recent years should be cor.
rected for the future and the railroads
should be relieved from the strikingly un
just methods by which they' are at pres
ent deprived of anything approaching fair
Tlirera Ont for Game.
The Tigers are without a game for
Thanksgiving and would like to hear
from some out-of-town team for a gamo
on that date. This team has lost but
one game this season. Any team desir
ing a fast game will not bo disappointed
by this team. Address, Manager Noone,
C$44 Franklin street. Omaha.
narrow Trial Postponed.
LOS ANGELES, Cal.. Nov. 19.-The
second trial of Clarence S. Darrow,
former counsel of the McNamaras, on
tho charge of having bribed a Juror In
the dynamite trial, was again postponed
today by agreement of counsel". The
case Is now deferred from November 26
to January 6,
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Fatal Auto Upset at Mnnkatn.
MANKATO. N. D., Nov. 19. -Fred
Lewer, manager of the Independent Har
vester company of Otlsco, Is dead and
his brother-in-law. William Prelm of
Aim fltv ftriua1v tntureti as the rHult
with a street car here today Mr. Bass ! of an automobile accident near Smith s
sought to avoid collision with an uutumo- "Mill, Jut xcross tho line In this county,
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the Momlngslde foot ball squad In their a
preparation for their game with Nebraska S "LEEDS "ha quarter tech ZZ
Wesleyan at Lincoln Friday. The game i 2 lower. Both are
Is regarded as the hardest .game of the
Momlngslde schedule with the exception '
of Ames, and tho .team ts being primed
for tho Etruggle. The team has recovered
from Its slump of last Week and should
put up high class foot ball.
Street Car Strike, Kndrd.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla.. Nov. 19.-Th
strike of the city's -street railway em
ployeu. Inaugurated three weeks ago, was
officially ended today The striking im
tornien and conductors voted to disband
the union, which was formed the day the
strike was called. (
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