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1 PAGE SIX. W I II 8* 7( I l[ i% ir iM If® I' O VARSflY DEFEATS MINNESOTA TEAM Gopher University Quint Loses to Flickertails in Hard Fought Game. Minncui'olis, Feb. IS.—sihuwinR th" host, form of the the Xor'h Pakota university biwketlMil IMm la pi night defeated llic M111 imsoi iinivor.sit.s 1 it int. IS to 1 ti. It one of tlv most exciting contests soon 011 the tiopher tloor, and frnni the first whistle till the last each team fought like demon*. The contest was either team's until the last basket was negotiated. .Min nesota e.irrieil ofT the honor.** in first half, the score being to T. The desperate playing of the Kliokertn.il? during the ne.xt half was too much for them, and they lost the game by two point*. Murphy and Murray. who wore kept, out of ilie. rtustavo Adolphus game because of injuries received in the Luther college contest. were in the Flicerta.il line.uti last night. Fe caiiae of a deficiency In class work. 9ha.ufthne.8H' a.ni .Staxlsvold were barred from the game. luriiiK the liu«t half, Murphy and Murray were taken from tho name because of per sonal fowls, and Smith and Conk were .«ubstltuted. Following ate the lineup an.i sum mary: North. Dakota. Minnesota. Thexton rf. .'tiltma.n. Lewis liowe rf Robertson Murphy Tetroberg Robinson MeOreary Murray 1ft P-nr Field goals: Robinson. Murray '.\ Thexton S. liowe. Robinson, Tetro berg 3, McGreary t, Foul.": Robin ton 1, Mc3reary 6. LISBON HIGH WINS FROM LAMOURE TEAM Lisbon. N. D., Feb. IS.—Th Lisbon l'asketba.ll five captured tb" sralpp of the ™etttfte^t?n^ I It Keh- Who dlld IS.—The last oasketba.!! game on the schedule of the Mid*et» will be played with Grand next Saturday evening at the 87^- This doos not mean the last game the Midgets will pi*y, however, for they, aectiona.! tournament: In this same the followers of the Midget* will *ee them ai their b*f»T. rtija will be able to sret gome 1dra of wfcat may be «.vject*d Minneapolis. Minn.. Feb. 1S.—Th- i, •I. Cooke, coach of the t7niv«r«it.y''of Minnesota basketball .'jtid b#j eba,il teams and also physical ,iirf.clot made the startling aniioiinceinent yes terday that every candidate for the IT1 gymnastic team had l^en. declar ed ineligible because of bring below standard in t.helr studies. Consequently, t»r. Co.jke *a.\.s. Min nesota will be forced to cancel the gymnastic meets arranged '*,'J$v*«j•, •ST*-*'- ,v -*yjv *^*rf jii" overcame by their remarkable team- gj •work io the last. half. The teams clash again nest Friday a.t. LaMoure and this, no doubt, will be a battle from beginning to end. JAMESTOWN LOSES TO BISMARCK COMPANY A Bismarck, N. D.. F"«h. IS.—In one! of tlia best exhibitions of basketball *een in this city the company A riuinti defeated the company team of I Jamestown, the score hein :i' to 30. The first half was the better of th» two. The teams fought hard through out. the half finally ending with ihc locals in the lead, 10 to !. The locals started the second period a a I losses and well executed combina-• ions, the company A players had little ditliciilty in gaining a safe lead. SPRINGFIELDTEAM MAY GO TO TOLEDO jiy Valley Cty nest week. If they are fortunate enough to -*in the tour nament there they win piav jn tb* state toumameui at the A. C. the fol Jwin^ week. of thorn for spring. I KeDre«ent-iti've lWiei-t i- r' Februa'rv J^rcinner, ill Baltimore whir. t, tL ridl^ni tV^mLt Be First Opportunity you have you should dine here. Our service is flrst class in every particu lar and the surroundings are all that tbe most particular men and ladles could demand. To dine here is to dine well and reasonably. Hough's Dairy Lunch TnCHitOE WITH A BHTMUMf. Cader RnettoU'a Clotbln* Store. Opa Day and Sight. K~tk HANK AND •1-'hivington, president of til" American 3" 3fto.-i3tion, who saw a chance to endi outlaw' baseball expansion bv iurn ing over to Charles Weeghnrm of Jhioago and .Tames A. 'iilniore a I franchise in the American as.socia.tion I'ldiananniis Tr„t a-t: Governor John K. Tener was disap \t»v!r .u T" EACH WINS ONE in fh* tournament Th«* Midlers esprit th* hardest gajno ot their schedule next -am aay. GOPHER ~GY N ASTS ARE INELIGIBLE KNOBS—,t Mw'. wr ODLO! eeuevt Lwe metc'towr one iNHsmt WOULD ©»/T -rw*r TVIAT'S TO ME MANY EfflOfB FOR ORGANIZED BALL Commission Made Mistake in Refusing Chivington's Plan For Gilmore. .Now ork, »'ii. in olumn for errors of judgment, some re"Gnt happenings in the base «a.r would put the names o! of- ball fast quint representing I. Moure high, the final score, being io 36 in favor of the home team. It •was a. battle royal from start to fin ish. the La Moure tea.m being in the lead by four points at the end of the flrst half. This lead the Lisbon team ti'-ialu high in organised baseball" Tt h.j.s developed that the Federal league contingent came to New York last lpp week on the invitation of Thomas M. ,'1a, '®'e would cease its activities. The national commission composed of Governor John K. Tener, president of the National league Ban Johnson ot the American league and Garry, H'rrmann of Cincinnati, chairman of the supreme court of baseball, killed that scheme. Figuring that if the Federal league could be bought off with a franchise in class AA in minor league, it was not worth eeri ousjy considering as an opponent, the national commission put on a bold front, and called for light and lots of! it- At his home in Louisville, Mr. 1 t'hivingt.on is now tryine to comfort himself with the knowledge i.hat h in.-ide all possiblij overtures io a move ment tha.t now is regarded as more than merely tnreatentns. Vutil all o.«! of an agreement with organ ized boeeba.ll had vanished, the. Fed oral Ipague did not uncover tlir fl I nancial backing of Robert B. Ward, I the friendship of Henry C. Krick and the possibility of enlisting others tj nancially able to supply the sinews of war. upon •i rfolfs' Siran India n- Barney Dreyfuse and Garry Herrmann -ipolis Amcirican association baseball of the Nation il leaeue lnvtr.l if Hi. Obte^fub^ °tS?M4h.e.SprinsfiC,-1i had ^eft he^c-Uy. because "of traifrfftr 4nriiLfT ilf «leaKv"' w!" leTe^^- ed that territory. Mr. Meyer tonight •aid It was at his requesVthat'Presi-' ph^C'bv^u^g'thar^s^presSc^^ii 5^ H.° Farreiu' sefTetary' o'^'the'na- tioaal association, asking ihat the Central league be allowed the terri twy vacated by the Americ in asso ciation. FARGO HIGHS PLAY LOCALS SATURDAY 'iar5°',.X- r" learning of the fact that enfeMffcmenw Governor Tener will not AT TOWER CITY Casseltcn. X. l.. Feb. is.—Tower City high school basketball team dc- of tbe e\eninsr athletic, entertain-! nient. ftoth bovs' Ic-3nis were in srood con-: dition and the play was fast all the! way. Notwithstanding the fast pace nhich vas the game was free: from ronsb play. TAKE THIS MAN'S ADVICE TRY THIS GREAT KIDNEY REMEDY It aliMij? gives me pleasure to next recommend anything that 18 right and jso feel it my duty to herald the tiDL'uvi praises of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root. PaSai^ f'X Ts''',KK)i'i F°r •v''ars 1 was nry rjlsr asf! i,.,'an'Itar,um troubled with kid- it"tl was lndergon,! miles rne raaiuni treatment for canoer, wa* eidentallv tri*»d made public today. The estate is val- and a?Ust ued at about $100,000. it »o intense that bedridden for days at a time. I iftave up all hope and doctors for "round no help, tried Jjetteg «o Dr. Kflmer 6 (b. Will Do Prove What Swamp-Root FVr Yon. Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer A Co., Binghamton. N. T.. for a sample else bottle. It will convince anyone. You Was MAT I* TO IT W# yah. row yntfr scorer.. -an keep the taiiy correct-! Curlers of that Place Enthus-1 Aviators in Around-the- iastic and Making Plans For Next Year. i'caied the locals last night 27 to 21, '-uiling undouotedly will be the world peace, the contestants in the in fast well played game, whilo the! Sreat winter sport in northern Xorth local girls vanquished their rivals 17 Dakota, next vear •"•uvu.w w«. uuiou to 2. giving each school one game out that, city today, the curlers are un •isuall.v entliiisiasiic and already are talking the construction of a' fine .skating and curling rink. The rink, it is said, will be much the same as the local structure. There are a, number of excellent 1 curlers in Larimore, ajid. until the lo cal rink wag constructed, they .have had no opportunity to enjoy their fa vorite sport. Since the opening of the local rink, they have- been able to make frequent" trips to this city. They have, become so enthusiastic, however, that next year they, want their own rink. It. is expected that a meeting will be held soon, when a In-, curling club Witl be organized, and patent plans for the rink formulated. Swamp- PHILLIES TO KEEP SERVICES OF TWO Root. Prom the first it gave me re lief and it was no time before I was able to be up and around and now I am perfectly well and able to work as I used to before my terrible sick ness. Philadelphia. Feb. 18.—William F. So now let me thank you for your Baker of the Philadelphia Xational wonderful discovery and take this op- league baseball club declared last portunity to recommend it to all who night that his club has taken all the suffer from kidney troubles. Tours verv truly, WALTER SHIVER, Hope, Ark. Subscribed and sworn to before mo, this 25th of March. 1912. A. V. Ware. Xotary Public. steps necessary to retain the services of Tom Seaton, the pitcher and Mike Dolan. ehortst.jp. who are reported to have rejected offers from the Federal league. Pitcher Chalmers visited the offices of the Philadelphia club yesterday and signed a 1914 contract. Cravath's contract was also received and It is reported that Pitcher Marshall has accepted terms and will report with in a few days. TO OOACH OObCTMBIA. Vew Tork. Feb. 18.—The athletic association of Columbia university will also receive booklet of~vaiuabi« yesterday engaged William Lush the information, telling about the kidneys former Cleveland outfielder, to ..coach and bladder. When writing, be sure *h« Colombia baseball squad this and .mention the Grand Forks Times spring, while Andrew Coakley, for and Herald. -Regular flfty-cent and merly of the Athletics and the Chi one-dollar size bottles for. sale at all cago and '^inrlTiTiat.l Natloaals will stores—Adv. I look after the Columbia pitcber*. -s^ff, former Bob Filzsirnmons, pion of the greatest lighter matched »T°r o,f«l.r, ilo i, os 5 ^weekt0 ZT^nTun^To I ^.V Morgan had him menacing to organized baseball. In I the campaign against Murphy meth ode in the Xational league, that point is taken up with such earnestness that the Xational league directors, except ing Murphy, will consider legislation within the league that will curb Mur phy. Just now the "error* of judgment" column in the baseball fight contains one mark cach against Messrs. John son. Tener, Herrmann and Ebbets, the latter for his part in the escape of Tinker with Murphy's total running into double figures .so rapidly that the I THE EVENING TIMES, GRAND FORKS, N. D. Baseball Season Rapidly Approaching—-rTraining Camps Already Active TOO COM to work SET "Hit Oo® tNOO&H ni What Bob Fitzsimmons, Old Champion, Hopes to Do to "Battling" Levinsky, the Freak Fighter lit*- eham-1 spent boxing in the United Statee. rll thC Fitz ei ot Queensbur.v days, is _. ox that hit man freak, "Battling1 Levinsky. l'Job aays he •will lift his right inside of Levinsky"® left hook and drop Dan Morgan's as piring white hope. Levinsky, himself, is one of the most remarkable fighters the country has known. He never trains he just lights, tsometimes twice a week, often 'ly Morgan had li UMMORE Wli CARRY MESSAGE HAVE FKRHK OF WORLD PEACE World Race are to be Designated Messengers TT Cl TMC irnMnt, S I lu«0B5,Xe«*tVEfc 1 A «4(TH t*E eight or ten time* a year, lnek-v ,ias 1111(1 fights within six months. "I don't train.' said he. "Morgan doesn't give me time. He makes the matches too fast." Morgan is one of the most success ful managers of second-class' fighters the country has known. He made a fortune for Knockout Brown, & lot of money for Jack Britton, and is mak ing a fortune for Ijevinsky. If he were to manage a champion he would probably make more money than any manager of the past ever dreamed of. I ^eh. 18.—Messengers of 1916 round-the-globe aeroplane race from San Francisco will be called if A""" o- .... the plans of the Aero club of America ^mce tne building of the Grand announced here yeoterday are con Forks rink, Interest in the sport has The club sent a telegram increased wonderfully, and other ",,,K isummatetd. to C" Morf nlaccs in hi-a .. exposition, urging that the air con accs in this section of the state areuC8t be made oclally an expedition of Planning the erection of rinks. .peace. It wis announced further that Larimore is the first, to get in line. ,he According to word received from foremost peace advocates, including! 1 A——'— of' the Panama-Pacific club has written to the country's President Wilson and Secretary ot State Bryan and former President1 Taft, inviting their cooperation in having the race a world-wide peace movement in which the aviators, fly ing above potentially unfriendly fron-! tiers would be the pathfinders. In its letter to international peace supporters the clulb writes: "Four years of development in av-1 iation have shown 'that the aircraft is' primarily an instrument of peace, The 7.000 licensed aviators of the world, while military in party, all fly for peace day: and while the aero plane is supposed, to be the terrible destroyer, the. records show that it saved thousands of lives in the Turk ish-Italian and Balkan wars. The' aerial scouts were swlit in declining! the movements of armies that where they were employed the element of! surprise was removed. The aeroplanes so far are the best messengers of peace the world has ever had." NO RINKS TO ST. THOMAS 60NSPIEL YESTERDAY'S CONTESTS INTERESTING Owing to the fact that there are so many local interests this week, the Dakota Curling, .elub was unable to send rinks to the St Thomas bonspiel which opened this morning. The club expected to send' two rinks to the spiel, but yesterday it was learned that ft. would be. impossible to do so. Four interesting contests were Ply®"* at the, rlhks yesterday. Last night the Fletcher rink defeated the Williamson crew. 12 to 5, and the ?J*V '?ur from the Porto rink is to S The artfltb rink defeated the Oowran ore* Fsstsrdsg afternoon to ». and the Keht quartet won tm» Ss McKensle four 11 -to 9. The Grif fith xiak was sWibfi Kr akspMrd. t~- ON -ncuuo. ©0*5, iV* 6m etsveR i-«* i*re Moor rtVw.* Plans For University Annu al Athletic Event Discus sed Yesterday. The annual university indoor ath letic meet and Jubilee will be held Wednesday night, March 25. This date was definitely fixed at a meeting of the athletic board of control yes terday afternoon. Plans for the indoor meet were discussed yesterday, but no definite program was outlined. If arrange ments prove satisfactory, one of the features of the meet will be a sorority championship relay race. The plan is to have a team of three from each sorority compete for the honors. This plan will be submitted to the sorori ties. and if favorable to them, it un doubtedly will tie included In the program. The indoor meet program probably will include seven events. They will be a 25-yard dash. 30-yard dash, potato race, running high Jump, standing broad jump, Bhot put and sorority relay race. The class winning the event will be awarded a handsome silver cup. The jubilee will be one of the big features of the evening. The pro gram for this event will be arranged later. Present plans include an ad dress by Walter Schlosser, retiring president, and an address by a repre sentative of the alumni. The letters and sweaters will be awarded to the athletes winning them. Howard Flint, Prof. W. G. Beg and F. L. Thompson were .Appointed a committee to revise th« rules gov erning the awarding of sweaters and letters. The question of securing a foot ball coach was brought up, but no' action was taken. Inquiries have been sent out. and the board expects to secure a coach before long. CARL CAMTVOOBT leading tole la "Robin Hood" JACK HENDERSON of tbe "Pink Lady" Company "Loud chcert for 'Guxedo. My faoorUe—always. I put new zesf into my tinging after a pipeful qf Vuxedo. find Vuxedo a real ookahdp." DONALD MIAN stsrrisgiaMariwllaRlsgellsihst" hpe/bmi Out At umrf Tlwtetbdoetnotbtteifenwlihnv tinging, pntheconbafr/'oenecer Indulged In a mate iafMuftw, naliifUnifieial»m^.'r Kt U0HfU«T. IMtS a —WCU. I ewmtiovs M«m ffumf «MO •n* mum MLM6NT ME TO IE IMMW DECUES STAHLGMSDDB HEU)IW025 TO mi HK CLUB A FEDER/U. OFFER He Informs Syndicate That He Will Hang onto the Chicago Cubs. Chicago, Feb. 18.—In a letter to the committee representing the Chicago syndicate which is anxious to pur chase the Chicago National league club, President Charles W. Murphy of the Cubs yesterday declined to fl.v a price and stated em- hatically that the club is not for sale. James A. Pugh, Charles McCul lough and William H. Thompson, who form the committee, expressed regret, but stated they had not aban doned hope of acquiring the Cubs. The flrst effort to purchase the club was made in a telegram to Murphy Immediately after the announcement of Johnny EJvers' dismissal as man ager. Later the offer of purchase was made in a formal letter. Mur phy's communication yesterday was in reply. RIIBE WADDELL, FAMOUS HURLER, REPORTED NEAR DEATH AT SAN ANTONIO ten Antonio Tex.. Feb. 18.— Rnbe Waddell, the famou base* tall pitcher, formerly fa tbe ma jor leagnes, who 1* tn a hospital licre suffering from bronchial af fection, yes tenia t- was reported to be in a critical condition. Wad dell was brought here recently from Boerne, Tex. MEN **/ahtaysfiiimypipctetihRTwctjo. sitive throat or mouth feels the slightest Tfuxedo and I are firm fiiendt." Sting, bite WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1914. Great Singers Must be Tobacco Wise" TigedotttheTobaccoChoienbyQpiirh.^rg Or 8COrch of tobaCCO. Tuxedo is the one tobacco which singers1 actors, public speakers—all men who guard their throats zealously can smoke with pleasure and safety. Tuxedo tobacco cannot sdng. bite or irri tate the delicate membranes 01 the mouth or throat. Former Manager of Red Sox Admits Proffered Terms Are Tempting.' Chicago, Feb. IS.—Jake Stahl. for mer manager of the Boston Americac league team, admitted yesterday thai hf is considering an offer to manage the new Brooklyn Federal league team. The offer was made to him last night, by James A. Gilmore. president of the Federal league, and Charles Weeghman. president of the Chicago Federal league club. It Came Suddenly. "This chance to get back into base ball came to me suddenly and I can't say what 1 will do," said Stahl, who led the Red Sox in 1912 when they defeated the New York Nationals for the world's championship. "I cer tainly had a good offer from the Fed era] league men and I won't hesitate a minute because of any fear of get ting my money. I think the league will go fine. "But when I was let out of Boston last summer I gave up baseball for ever, and since then have given mv entire attention to the Chicago bank in which I invested my money. It's pretty hard for me to see any way of leaving that business again. Hasn't Refused It "I haven't given Mr. Gilmore a final answer yet One may see a. way to do a lot of things for a lot of money." The amount offered 8tahl was not made public. Gilmore and weeghman are said to ba conducting the negotiations for R. B. Ward of the Brooklyn club. Ward is reported to have river Gilmore $25,000 with which to pro cure a manager for the new Gothair club. who depend upon their voices come to know tobacco as die ordi smoker never knows it. A sen- Thm fafatfjw rafaw Tuxedo tobacco hat made thousands of men converts to the pipe, because it has made pipe •mokinfl possible for them. Under the famous Tuxedo Process" the mild, tender leaves of the highest grade Burley tobacco are so skillfully treated that Tuxedo burns slowly and affords thoroughly enjoyable pi£e .smoke. Leading men in all walks of life—well-known doctors, lawyers, min isters, lecturers* etc.— smoke Tuxedo and testify to its soothing influence on the throat.? YOU CAN BUY TUXIOO EVERYWHEatE r. tsriag^ swill to fit thsposbsl wUfcgslilst in a ov- & By Farren .v.., ., iV-f\ s* 3 •^i cool, mild, It I '. N L^l .1 5c ItwnUen CI— ami Me Itfs w. it- !y "v Jt-i ..... TZTTFr* •Js r"- ft ^I'i AC c.) i-t II J? 't'j-a »r,HS?