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rLAY FOR BASKET BALLT1TLE Tinal Game ,f or Championship May Be Between Kansas and Kebratka. I MESOUBI COMES . TONIGHT Fast rire.frwe ikr hefMe iae III Sleet ikr Orakokm t ft Araaerr I I.laeola. 1JXCOLJC. Jan. SI Srei-ial.)-Nel.raiika and Kansas are now flKurlng on bring the two teams to jUy tbf flnul comesta for t th tbanipkinKl.tp of. the Missouri vallry. Although the Comhufkers to the Lv rence it lat night, Tl the came was ao closely ccan tested that both fives flwrvi"a ' about an equal amount of credit for thrir fast play. Tbe Javhamkers had riperttd to have a -walkaway with the pupil of Ir. Clapp. and the showing of tha latter wa a complete surprise to the eoati and man- rer of the vlsltori. Since' thla game Mid anger Inndon f the, Kanaa five has aald he la Hire Nebraska will win the title to the northern section t.f the league. He In not, however, o certain about his team winning the honor In the southern section. "TVahlngi.on," he explained lat iKht, 'ha a strong five that we must reckon with yet. 'Tney easllr defeated Misaouri In two games and ma'y he able to ret our scalp. The member of my team are )um a confident, thougn, about taking the title in our section aa any tram could be. 1 believe they, will wra, but there 1 nothing certain about it and they will have to con tinue to play Jurt a good ball when the BL Louis team ia met a they did against the Comhunker last .night." The Kansas manager aaid he thought the jhet place for the Cornhuakers and Jsy- hawker to meet to play oft the champion ship aerlea, in case the title rested between theae two -live, wa at Kansas City In Convent hall. He believed large crowds would be attracted to the game there. That would be . neutral flocr. too, and would g-lve each team a, fair chance to win. Nebraska meet the l"niverettr rt Mis aouri five tn tha armory tomorrow evening in what Promise to be a fast game. The "show me" men have lost but two games this aeason and those were to the fast 'Washington quintet. They hope to defeat Nebraska: that they may stand well in rank ing with. ' Kansas, who La defeated the Cornhuskers in three eon I est this season. Coach Dr. Clapp of the Coronuskera i looking for his men . to trim the Missouri five. The game, with Kansas last nlr.ht should fcava nut them into fine shape, and. playing: as good ball as they did against the Jayhawkera last night, they ought to win from Missouri. f'-e state represents In the American Athlete seicis-,lon had delegate present I and an active n pain a mapped out J fr the American Athletic association Good I lined hoard durlr.g the coming yrar. At the suggestion of Renstor C. T. lassi ler of Vlrrinia.. who eutl ned the method j of building- roads with convicts In the Old j iHimlnion Mr. Neff lias decid d to make a : canvas of the entire country to find out 1 Shlrh ifatM t.moLiv ,w,vlpl. In 1 ki.tl.4- ing ft roads. This will be followed up J later with an effort to get other stat to use convict labor In road building. There is a general movement throughout tbe country to abolish convict labor tn line of an industry where it Interferes with organ ised labor, but ia no section of the ewuntry does orgsniaed labor object to the as of convicts In the building of good road. Senator Iassiter and other southerners who attended the meeting assured the del egate from the western and northern state that the south through the medium of it convict labor will soon be far ahead of any other section in the t'nlied States In the matter of good roads. There will be another meeting of the American Athletic association Good Road board during the Chicago automobile show, when Mr. Neff expect to formulate further plan for carrying on tn work of hi board in variou art of the country. NATIONAL RIFLE MATCHES Some Sweeping Change Made in the Compctitire Condition. CRA5CE FOX THE MCZAXER TEAKS f mprt Iters msiri la nirlslen Aerordlag te Skill aad Trewhlea far Each DMIslea few leel r Gevrriatest. cltion developed last night, when It wa lemeU tbt V. E. Alberson or ft. Joseph, secretary, had fram-d a slate of officer which exiludf EL Louis. St. Loui men are here In fore and will try to break the lie. The election occurs tomorrow. Another high record ws Set tonight in tbe five-men tem roll. hen the Birming ham club of Omaha rolled I.S2 The next highest score of the tournament is held by the Smith-Bakers of Kansas Cltr. who scored I.S11. The Markham of St. Ivottt were second tonight with ZMX All tha roll in the Individual class tonight were low. CITIEi BID FOR BIG (0VET10 F.ar Larare To was Maat the National Ge 8u4 Meet la. Ftur large cltiea are now aeiively bid ding for the National Good Road and Leg islative convention which 1 to be held in the fall. C. Gordon Neff. chairman of the Good Roads board of the American Athletic association, ha received communications j rimer in writing- or through the visits of prominent clUens from Cleveland, Cincin nati. Cbtumbu fend Detroit, all urging Mr. Neff to do what he can to bring the con vention there. At the .meeting 'of the Good Road board held during; the automobile show at Mad ison Square garden fourteen but of twenty- RAILWAY TIME CARD CH ION IT1TIOH 1TH AST D MASOJI ' laave. ..a . am ..a I:U pm Overland IJmlted . Colorado Express. . Atlantic Express Oregon Express a :H pre .os Angeles Limited.. -.12 .Ed pm fast Mall a am China and Japan Mali.. a 4 :e pro North Fletle Local a t:lB am Colo -Chicago Special. ..all:i am Beatrice BUemeDurg vu. 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' a t:a pm Lwooia-lo&g s-a i am Ltvadwood-Lmcoia a . pm a pm Casper-Lcn oei - a :u pm a i-M. pm ioioni-Aiiua .........a k h pm h law pm siaata-uwfAr a aa pm ti k-M p COACHING ATHLETES IN STUDIES Wlereaala Will Trr te Kees Geed Men KHarlhie. MADISON. Wit.. Jan. SI. tSpecial.) Dr. Hutchins, athletic director of the Badgr haa evoU-ed a new schema for keeping his atWJetio stars in the ranks of the eligibles. lie haa appointed ad viser for the athletes who are soaring near the. danger mark and they will coach their protepes from now cn until the end of the mid-year examinations. The schme Is also being tiled at Michigan, where lack of supervision J the reason assigned aa the cause of tbe backslide of Michigan athletica in the last couple of stars Wisconsin ha aJway been "up against it" in the matter of deficient athletic. Last spring "Pel" Murphy, on of the bet crew men Wisconsin ever hsd. was kept out of the 'varsity shell by low scholarship. Hi loss undoubtedly meant the lo of the race on the Hudson river. This fall the bia fellow was again in eligible for foot ball and hi presence in the line would have aided matters ma terially. Thia is only one case; there are scort.-a of other In the same boat. The Radger baket ball team, after lolng It first two games by narrow margins, came back the other night and routed the Illlnl five, which hsd previously taken it measure. The team in the Illinois gam showed something like it old-time fight and daah, but tbere is a feeling that Chi- i caso haa it on the other western team again thia year. The Badger coaches, Noyes and Rogers, have had a hard time filling the position left vacant by the in eligibility of Captain Roger of the last year' five. Three men have been tried in the place, Kauftmann, Whlttler. the varsity second bsseman, and Burch, but they have failed to aliow any surprising ability. Now anotiier change has been made by shifting Burch into forward and putting Zillmer, who played at guard in the first Tew games of the year, back in his old position. Burch flayed a guard against the Illini and gave a good impression by his work, he is fast and daring and has a fslr eye for the basket. Noe, a substitute last year. Is rapidly recovering from hi sttacfc of ty phoid fever and will undoubtedly take rillmr place in the near future. Dr. Hutchln has Issued the base ball achedule. which include ten game, twe with. Chicago, lllinoi. Minnesota and Pur due, and one with Northwestern university and Luther college at Decora a. la. The outlookfor a good team ia bright. Dr. Hutchins has the pitchers and catchers working tn the base ball cage dally, getting the kink out of their rms. captain Knight will be the one on whom the Badg ers will rely, with Nssh, a youngster, to help him out. Barlow ha been doing the receiving in the indoor work, while Paulus. the freshman foot ball atar, expect to get out In a few days. "Kerkie" Moll, the star Badger quarterback, ha shown soma abil ity at the receiving end and, as he is cred ited with being a hrvy batter, may get chance in the game this spring. The sweater vests and trophies won by men on laat year's athletic team have been distributed, the foot ball men getting gray weatere with red borders, and the baa ball and track men white sweater with red "Wa" The men who received Ibem are: Foot Ball-Messmer, tOsthoff, Culver, Muckleston. Rogers. Stiehm. Dreutxer, Dean. Boyle. Moll. Wilse. and Cunningham. &ke ttall alesamer. nariow. iuiui. Johns. Culver, Haley. Muckleston. Roger. Thompson. Wolfe and Floete. KIG JTMK HaXDICAP the association ami the member ill '.s be privileged to provide their own host. Applications for space have already been made by mrmbers desiring a plot on which to erect bungalow. Members of the association are enthusi astic over this new move, as It will pro vide outside athletic sport, on w hkh the essociation has h.therto been limited be cause of lack of facilities. The associa tion hopes to complete all arrangements within a few day so that active work will toon be begun. BarUa.4Tt Denter & California NorUiweel special .. suae. Hill iurUesi a-tpJe. NrlllMkkt points Lincoln Fast Mail... NrlMaakw hAi'-"' Lincoln Lot-al I .u.miIu Local Sob uy ier-riaiianMMit h awlU MtMI Lear. Arrive. ..a .itf pm a l 4 pm ..a .io pm a .. pm w pm a k.la pm b a . am ..a . am a k.M vg .. 1 pu. aii.u i im .. .i am a pm a : am 4t pm ..b s.-ve pm iiiu.jv fcelievue-Ir'iaAla'nuuin - "pm tlittq ..b l.lk ant ..cit. pm c.4vpm ..a -ui pm a i.u am ..iliu all. 4s pm .ah 4jm pm a I ks pm a t.W pm a jw m ...a l item n Louis Lxprwas a 4 40 pm ajl.asam Ktnku ch at r- j asu. .a am Kwau CM I -m 8- eee-a 1 U am a ; pa .tAM c i.y at - w vim twllev u-Pla.Uutt.U I-lailsmoum-iu"" ... licii v ue-r UU turn out B lwovtr Lliu'ls Chicane Special Cbtcago ti.pruae l l.tckga rlytr ,wa Local . weatTta it. CThfesaxtraw a. rata. TH m WC1ITM htlaeeapvlu Track Maasmer, Drew, Osthoff, Natwlck. Blankenagle, Grolte and Hover. Manacers Hase ball. Auer: traca, i.oo- erlson; foot ball. Jellnek. MOTOR CI.I WINTER EVE1TI FUas Made far ladlac MstIbi Fie. Icre H eases te Faraleh Films. The American Athletic association has. through its eeoietary. F. H. Elliott, made arrangements mlth the leading moving picture housvs to furnish Its affiliated 1 clua with all the film made by these j concern which would be of Interest to j automobilisls. A special rale ha been of fered to the club for the reproduction at the film In tbetr club house during the winter aeaaon. All of the films for the big European and American racea, together with films of motoring sport and tour through the picturesque parts of Europe will be furnished the clubs, together with competent lecturer and demonstrator. The auggestioa that tbe American Ath letic association take this matter up cam out at a recent meeting of tbe national body in New Tork, when tbe secretaries and representative of a number of the affiliated clubs were present. The idea im pressed so many of tbem aa being a valua ble stimulant to club entertainment. Presi dent Hutchkisa decided to make the offer to the clubs, and a number of tbem bav already considered it and date are being filled for entertainment in a number of tlub houses throughout the country. Motor ing events axe so scattered that thousand of club members find It impossible to at tend, .but at tha same time tbey are nil interested, and the suggestion that tbese affairs be reproduced in their own club houaas through the medium of the most Improved moving picture machines has met Un almost universal favor. These pictures are culled from every part of the world, and they not only afford good entertainment for a -due evening, but they gite sutomobilutts an excellent idea of bow racea. shows, tours, etc., are con ducted tn different parts of the world, and they auggtat meana of eurnng up inter est in motoring affairs m sections where uutontoblle sport have not yet taken a firm hold upon tha general public. KEW BASE BAIL LEAGUE FOKXES Lee re. Arrive. Tela CHr Pasaenger.h k am t k.Jk pm Fine ttiy rse.Ber...b I pm tlki(l( ? uua City LecaJ... c I tf am c k.JS pm Tmereoa L"- - h fc.ak pm ht .isam MlMSsri fwcifka Aubucn Local bt.Mpm lllflta a Daily, b Daily eacept e-unaay. a hu day tuu. V Laur ejuwpt aVeiurda-. la-Claw Clrewlt I Cevmpaesd ( Wis. wale aad MIsseaMs CI flee. T. PAIT Minn.. Jaa. a Tha Minnesota-Wisconsin bese ball league waa or ganised here tonight. It will ha composed of team from 'Wausau, Lau Claire. La crosse. Superior. Dututa and Winona. If tbe Amencaa aaeociaUea authorities will consent. St- Paul and Minneapolis will have laaaaa La tha league alae. WASHINGTON. Jan. M Since the action of the National Board for the Pro- niition of Rifle Practice In miking such sweeping changes In the conditions for the national match, the rifle world has. been earnestly discussing the probable ef fect the changes made will have on this event The national match was estab lished by congress In 1103 and a magnifi cent trtphy was provided for it. to which the National Rifle associstion sdded the Hilton trophy and the Soldier of Mara thon. Congress annually appropriates the nu-ney for the prise -a hlch accompany the trcphles and tbe match ia shot under the direction of the War department. Each state and territory and each branch of the regular service is entitled to repre sentation by a team of tseht shooting merolers. together with coaches, range officera. aubstitutee, etc. Last year there wei-e fifty competing teams and the serv ices af -approximately 100 army officer and ITOO enlisted men were required to handle the match. Heretofore there have beeu alx prizes which went to the six leading teams, but this year the national board, with the ap proval of the secretary of wr, hss de cided to change the rules so as to make throe great contests in one. For thi purpose the teams will be divided Into three divisions on their record st Camp Ferry last year. In the first division will come the Vnited States Infantry, United State navy, Vnited States cavalry, Viilied States Marine corps. Wisconsin, Massa chusetts. Naval academy, Pennsylvania. Dtttrlct of Columbia. Washington, Illinois, Iowa, Oregon, Maine and Ohio. In the second dtrfcrion will be Oklahoma. Nw Hampshire, Colorado, California, New Terk, Maryland. New Jersey, Minnesota, Kansas, Missouri, Hawaii, Indiana. Michi gan, West Virginia and Kentucky. The third division will include Wyoming. Connecticut, Georgia, Rhode Island, Arizona, Alabama, outh Carolina.' Ne braska. Tennessee, Delaware, North Da kota, Texas, Vermont. Virginia, Arkanris, New Mexico. Vtah, Mississippi. Louisiana. North Carolina and the remaining states and territories which were not represented last year. DlTldlac tbe Prlaee. The prise for the firt division will be the National trophy, for the second division will be the Hilton trophy and for the third will be the Soldier of Marathon, In addition to which there will be three or four money prlae in each division. All teams will be eligible to win the National trophy, but only the teams in the second and third division will be eligible te win the Hilton trophy, while none but team In the third division can wia the Bolder of Marathon. The same rule will probabh- be applied to the money prise so that the teams In the third di vision can compete for any of the prlxes offered, those in the second division will be reetrrrted to the prizes for the second and Drat division, while the team In the first division will be eligible for only the prises in thst division. If the plana laid down are carried through there will be about K.M in prlxe money for thia match, the prizes being grsded downward so that the bigheel prises for the second snd third divisions will be slightly less than the low est prises for the first and second division, respectively. The prise money last year amounted to only 1875. In sddltion the members of the winning teams will receive appropriate medals. Vnder the r.ew plan no team will be assured of a trophy or pria uatll the last shot in the match 1 fired, and the Increased prize money and increased elianee will have a wonderfully stimulating effect on the preliminary prac tice as well as on the match. t'har la 1 arret. Another Important change win be the sub stitution of the B target for the ailhouctte in the skirmish run. The silhouette group oonslst of two figure representing a man kneeling and a cnan prone, the latter ex posing the head and boulder. Hit on the prone figure count five and on the kneeling figure four, and shot striking elsewhere count nothing. The B target is divided into a bull -ey with a ring and parallel line, tbe shots counting five. four, three and two, ao that the contestant will nave chance to benefit from what 1 known as a "close hold " The chsnge la this rule will undoubtedly profit the stale tem and greatly tend to equalize the dif ference between them and the enice teams. For years the claim has been msde by the manufacturer of ammunition, and by many marksmen, that the rnvernment am munition is Inferior to the private product For the 1WH matches the ordnance depart- ment will invite proposal from each am munition company to furniah I'.OOO.OQO round tinder certain specifications, among them being one that the ammunition must bs machins loaded. The ordnance department will aho manufacture 1.O0C.0U0 rounds un der similar apacifioatlons. An exhauatlv teat will be held in tbe spring, and the ammunition which is adjudged to be the best will be adopted whether of private er government manufacture, and will be is sued for the preliminary practice, aa well aa for tha match. Cwrps Male. There will also be some Important change in the snatches af the National Rifle as sociation, which will probably be shot Just In advance of the national matches. The officers ef the lnHed States Marine corps have Joined te present a magnificent trophy for a new match to be known as the Marine Corps match. It will be an in dividual match, with two s:ahtln ahota and twenty shots for record at no and 1.000 lards, open to everybody, any military rifle, any military sight and any ammu nition. AU the money for entrance fees, less 3 per cent. Is to b distributed at prise money. Another trophy lias been of fered by Frank Stanton of Atlantic Mine. Mich., for 'a new lorig-dialance match at l.hjs yard, the first in thi country. At the recent annual meeting of the National Rifle association step etre taken calcu lated to greatly extei.d It influence aud membership. Additional director were provided by adding the adjutant general of each state and territory, one from each state association and three te be appointed by tbe secre tary of war, representing' the infantry, cavalry and general staff, and two by the seeeetsry cf the navy, representing the navy and marine corps Previatoa wa also made for annual members st 12 each, t receive all publications f the association. On invitation ef the governor of Ohio the national mate he will be held en Ohio range at Camp Perry during August, next tar frnsa Illldreth Mablc Takes Big Stake at Emeryville. OAKLAND, Cal.. Jan. .Ti. After prac tically leading all the wy. King Jamej, one of the star in the stble of Sam Hll dreth, gsined a head victory over Dorante In the Burn handicap at Emeryville today. Milford. one of the lightweight, was third. The classic f the west wa run in the presence of about HOW people and over a muddy track, a heavy rain having fallen during the early morning hours. Fine weather prevailed for the sp?rt during the afternoon and the big crowd sw one of KANSAS K ALLIES IN LAST HALF Reverse cre aad Kara Vletwry from Xtkrask. LINCOLN, Jan. II. tSpecial Telegram, ) Kansas defeated Nebraska in the mot fiercely contested game of baaket ball played on tbe university floor In recent aeason. by a score of 18 to 11, tonight. The Jsyhawkers won the gsme in the second half by a brilliant exhibition of alacrity in team-work. In the opening session they failed to make a field goal and tha score st the Intermission stood I to 1 in favor of the Cornhuskers. During the first half it looked a though the best finishe in the history of the event, j Nebraska would be sure to win the con- Colonel Jack was withdrawn, leaving a field of twelve to go to the post, wtth Flre s:one and Big Chief of the Thomas Williams stable ruling favorites. Dorante was next In demand, with King James, sent up from Santa Knita two dsys ago. receding in the betting. They were sent awsy to a good start and Dugan at once went to the front with King James. Araze for an instant took the lead, but King James passed him and after that was never headed. In the Inst quarter Durante challenged King James and the pair fought it out. In drive, the Hildretb horse outgamed Dorante. Milford was a close third. Firestone wa outrun and Big Chief was not at home in the going. Lee, on Dorante, made a claim that King James interfered with hi mount in the stretch. but the judges did not think there was any interference. The race wa worth lU.TOi of which 110,510 went to the winner. Thirty one books were in line and betting wa heavy. Summaries: First race, six furlongs, selling: gpohn (104. Butwell. 13 to Ii won. Argonaut (P.. 1'pton, I to 5) second. Dollie Dollars (1. Tappln, to 1 third. Time: 1:17H- Yank, Darelngton, Ed Dvis, Biookleaf, I'dena. Otugo. Transmute and Prestige also ran. Second race, three snd a half furlongs, purse: Old Mexico OVi. Gilbert. ! to li won, Rezon tll5. Butler, 7 to l) second. Miss Roberts (, Mentray, 6 to 1 third. Time: 0:44-V Tipster, Perm. Indian Maid. Rivera, The King and Sea Green also ran. Third race, six furlongs, selling: Ieutsch land Cllil, Keogh. 1 to i won. Trois Temp (pm. Scoville. ti to li second, Dainty Belle (1. Taplln, 13 to 3 third. Time: 1:17H Hampa, Serenade and Please also ran. Fourth race, one mile and a quarter. Burns Handicap, gross value 113.740. value to winner IlO.bKo: King James (U!4. Dugan, 11 to 2 1 won, Dorante 114. Lee, H to 2i sec ond. Milford (r.. Walsh. to li third. Time: 2:11V Arase. Nadzu, Lightwool. Firestone, Malibie. Big Chief, Animus. Clamor and Don Enrique finished a named. Fifth race, one mile and a sixteenth, sell ing: Nehulosus (l'7. Butler. 4 to 1 won. Jacomo (1( Ilos. k to second. Miss De laney 100. Vanduaen. IS to 0 third. Time: LWS- Relief, Invader, Convent Bell, Men- ! lion and Mattie Mark also ran. Sixth race, one mile, purse: Smiley Cor bett (111. Mentry, evenl won. Early Tide (100. Buxton. U ' to 6i second. Yankee daughter (91. Taplin. I to li third. Time: l.i;i Tom Haywsrd and Husky also ran. LOB ANGELES, Cal., Jan. Sl.-Jack ALkin, carrying the crushing weight of 138 pound, proved himself the champion sprinter of America when he won the Al hambra, handicap at six furlong at Santa Anita park today in a terrific drive by half a length from Domhiui Arvi. Ths alx furlongs was run la thth remarkably fast time of 1.UH- One of the features cif the race was the appearance of tbe great sprinter Rose ben. The old 1 torse looked bad and did not have the speed which he had shown in the east and finished in the ruck. Vox Popull won the Alamitos handicap. Summaries: First rsoe. purse, five and one-half fur longs: Colonel Bob (115. Musarave, 7 to I) won. C. W. Burt (110. J. Howard. T to I) second. French Cook (lol. MoOee. 7 to 1) third. Time: 1:06. La Land.. Furnace, Cath erine F., Sir Edward and Tbor also ran. 6econd race, purse. !- ear-olds, three and one-half furlongs: A. J. Small (10. Powers, C to ki won. Iximu aZ J. Howard. 12 to Si second. Rey El Tovar. 106, A. W. Booker. 11 to S third. Time: 0:40. Itelmns. J. 11. Bsrr. Mry's Lemh. Chameleon Girl, Mike Molett and Domithalda also ran. Third race, mile snd one-eighth, l.andi cap: Vox Popull (111. J. Howard. ! to 1) won. Gowsn fino, Mr-Oee. 1 to 1) second. Montgomery (112. Archibald. to 1) third Time: 1 :SJ. Angelu also ran. Fourth race, the A! ham bra handicap. t?.50n added, six furlengs: Jack At km (IM. Power. 4 to 6) won. D-m!nus Arvi (111, Archibald. 10 to li second. Magazine (107. McGee, 6 to II third. Time: 1:11,. Old Timer. John A. Roeeben. Colloquy, 8r Alvescot. Orbicular. Fern I- and Miss Sain also ran. Magazine and Sir Alvescot coupled. Fifth rare, sir and one-half furlona-. sell ing: Pal (10. Power. 11 to Kl wen. Canardo (102. J. Callahan, t to 11 eeond. Giovinnl Balero (lC F. Clark. 1" to It third. Time: 1 :1V Lord of the Forest. Jan 8wift. Sibari. Ame-pedo and Captain Burnett also rn. Sixth race one mile, aelltng: Dandelion (112. Archibald, i to I) won. Btelmwood (111. MiOe. 7 to li second. Hatv Agne (102. Goldstein. 4 to II third. Time: 1 1W Red Gauntlet. Bnnwball. Molesey, Nor but and Ben Trovato also ran. Sevenih rare, five snd one-half furlong, purse: Red Mimic (1I McGee. 1 tn ki won. Chilla (M. F. Msrtin. 10 to 1 aecond. Turn away UOS. J. Howard, 7 to li third. Time: 1:07. Rosslare. Golden Leaend. Pommre, Sadler, Alleviator and Neog-a also ran. Sweet As A Nut Clear Down to the Butt Here's the most popular 10c cicar ever made to please the fancy of men who know a good thing when they smoke it. The CIGAR test. Kanssa wa outplayed both In guard ing and goal tossing. Bell and Perry, tbe Cornhuskers' guards, stayed close to their opponent and prevented any ung-uarded throw for g-oal. What throws the Jsy hswkers made when not guarded were accu rate, and nothing but the hard work of Bell and Perry aaved the Cornhuskers dur ing the opening session. Kansas began the second half with a spir ited display of dribbling and speedy throws, and In the opening five minutes overtook the lead cf the Cornhurxer and placed the core at 11 to S. Nebraska oon tied It tip gain, but Dwlght Bell wa forced to retire after making five fouls, and the Jayhawk ers then. In the last three minutes of the contest, shot three field goal and made one point on a foul throw. Thi gva them a lead that Nebraska could not overcome. Captain Walsh of the Cornhusker played a fast game, but he wa en closely gusrded that he missed several chances to throw goals from the field. Had his work been up to the standard set In the Drake games Nebraska would have had a margin of vie- tory on its side. Long snd Johnson were stars for the visitors. The former made three field goals in the second half. Their height made them hard players to guard, and the goals they tossed were thrown when Nebraska players were with them try ing to break up the play. The lineup: NEBRASKA. ! Wit i r.n r Wood LF'I.F Petrashek C.I c . Hll-Jonei R G R 0 Perry LO'LO is literally in every smoker's mouth. A fragrant Havana filled, Sumatra-wrapped cigar that's sure to make a big hit with you. One smoke and it wins you for all time. You'll declare it to he the best cigar vou ever had for :Vy ASK VOIR CIGAR MAN. rT?3. Cha. renovaa Cigwr Ce Btstribntere. 'li Omaha. Veb., ion City, Xa. lm;(.i:k sizk, i&c sHlHSWsaei KANSAS. Los MoCunt Beres Joaiinon Woedwaii Hexanaethyleaetetraialne. Tlie above is the name of a German chemical, which is one of the many valua- j ble Ingredients of Foley's Kidney Remedy, j Hexamethylenetetranrne ia recognited by I medical text bcok and authorities as a j uric acid solvent and antiseptic for the urine. Take Foley Kidney Remedy as soon as you notice any Irregularities, and avoid a serious malady. Bold by all druggist. A Fartanate Texas. E. W. Goodlce, Dallas. Tex., found a cure cure lor malaria and biliousness in Dr. King's New Life rills. Be. For sal by Beaton Drug Co. HANDICAP TXACK MEET SIUCISGEAKS TAKE Trap Three Hand red Athlete Compete la Aaaeial Cwatrst Ch Iraaw- crucAUO, Jan. ii. Tne fiftieth an nual handicap track meet under the aus pices of tbe Amateur Athletic union. In cluded nearly three hundred of the beat athletea in the middle west when the event were begun at the First Regiment armory tonight. The University of Chi eago, Chicago Athletic association. Illinois Athletic club. Central Toung Men' Chris tian association, Notre Dame and Purdue universities and the First Regiment Ath letic association were represented by tbe most skilled of their athletes. A field of twelve aspiring athletes participated in tbe 100-yard event in the high school division ef ths event. Mills of Morgan park was the winner. Martin ef Oak park was sec ond and Forges of Hide park third. The tint was 17 1-6. The toe-yard event wa carried off by Carl Jehnaoa of tbe Central Teung Men's Chris tian association la 141S- talk Flve-Mea Tea stalls S.fcSS at t. Aeweph. 0T. JOSCPH. Jaa. gl.-That 1st. Lui will have a hard fight In trying to secure the neat sseetlng af Midwest ke vilaj aaa- T. M. C. A. PAIS AT CUT-OIT athlett Field Will Be Ealahtlshed at the Lake fair Saaaaaer I te. Directors of the Toung Men's Christies association are negotiating for an outing ground and athletic park oa the shores of Cut-Off lake, the tract to be twenty acres large, on which the ataociation will secure a long-term lease. Tha tract Is on street car line and has a frontage on the lake ef M feet, with the enUre surface perfectly level, which will permit of the entire tract being used for athletic pur pose. The tract ia but twenty minutes' ride from th center of Omaha. The association expects to utilic all th apace te tbe best possible advantage. It is Intended to lay out three base ball fields. thus permitting the playing of three games of ball at on time. Six tennis courts are also planned and a cluh house will be built which will provide a resting plane and cafe A buat bouse and ether necessary buildings will alae be provided. Boau and canaaa will h furnished by Ground floor office in The Bee Building East front on Seventeenth street, one door north of Farnam, size lBViOYz. The fire-proof vault in connection with this room is 6V2XI2V2 and there is also a cloak and wash room, conveniently arranged. There is an entrance from the court to this room, making a good and accessible office to reach the public. It will be available April first. Small offices with vaults Did rou ever stop to consider the value of a vault in connection with an office It givei you a place to keep your book and valuable papers In case of fire breaking out in your office. You don't need to lock up your office every time you are called out. Many customers ere lost when they find the door locked and no place to wait for your re turn. We offer a emaH room with vault on the fourth floor 'Jusf w est of tbe elevator. Eaiy of access and convenient to the public and the rent is only $17.50 per month. The Bee Building Company ASK TO SEE THE SU'ERIXTEXDEXT OF HI 1LDIXG, ROOM 105. r 1 BOTH IF ENDS YOU WILL MEET DO THIS Don't worry over household expenses. 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