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J'lIH BKIfl: OMAJIA. MONDAY, XO EMBER 25, 1912. The Nearly weds fey Hadn't the Eight Togs Cowittit. lilt Natlopl Newt As'n. Drawn for The Bee by George McManus AT THE HOR'U CHOV SWU. BE PLCAED TO Set MOW MCAT AND U, yj ' LOOK.-, 6HE CAN'T HELP REMARKING HOW SVfLU look Hew INMV I I HOW 60 YOU DO JOblE 7 1 7 v J IbN'T IT I , ' ) AMD SUCH S ( JERRY -THERE J SES WHAT t I 7 OO YOU, Know aqout THAT H( SUPERIORS DEFEAT SMITHS Bluffs Boy? Are Blanked in Sun day's dridiron Qame. , BATTLE 18 QUITE FRIENDLY Vflra fliarler MpeHnl Cur nnd t'tinin lit Omnlin Morn ihnn n , Tlinnnaml Klronal for (Jnnir with Locals. Jlofore one of tho liutfeat crowd of tho lesion at Ilourko pork yesterday after noon the Huitcrlora defeated thn Joo Kmitlia of Council llluffn by tho seoro ot 20 to ). Tho Joo Hmlth rootcni chartered a special car and cama over about ICO atronc, About KM other canio via tho regular system. Ho bh not to to out rlapsed, tli Superior rooters hired a band, nnil during tho Intermission between tho halve thoy marched around tho gridiron hi university faahlon, To data thn Kuporlora havo mode 2M point to tho opponltlon'a 7. Th gamo viu a, rood drat better tluvn tho score Indicates, It wan a hard-fought. Interest ing battle, Komorfaky, IT. Yoat, I'ooraon und 11, Yoat did Krcat work on tho de fense. William' torrlflo lino plunging bordered on Iho phenomenal, frank Qulgloy made the longest run, ho tfolna forty yards. Dudley kicked off to Yoat. In thla Quarter tho Huperlora had tho ball In Iho Joo Hinltha territory all tho time, but wrro unable to soore, Tho' nest quarter A forward poaa to Dulley nottod twenty flv. yard, On thla play Dalley wan knocked out. Ilia hip waa Imdly bruised and ho had to Im taken homo, Qulgloy went six yarda on a lino' plunKo for a touchdown. Tho halt onded with tho loore to 0. Third Uunrfrr. Tho Superiors kicked off'to Htaaavn, who advanced fifteen yards. Tho Joo Smiths woro forced to putit. Tho ball changed hnnds aovrrnt time. Then the Superior iloekod a punt. Williams went uround tho end for a touchdown. Qulgloy kicked goal. The luat touchdown wna made In tho last quarter mainly through fur ward pusses. Willi two minute to play und dlxly yanla to ko for a touchdown, Will lama nvado a pass to Qulgloy for twenty tlvo yard. On tho next play William made another pana to Qulgley which netted thirty-five yard. Then William went through the line for a touchdown. Williams klrked goal, diet Dudley, tho Dartmouth star; McCarthy, 'Hfysler and funlth were continually In the llmollKht for the Joo Hmltlm. Thanksgiving day tho Htlperlor will bluy Wlsner lit Wlaner. aurcnioiis. jok hmitiia. Konnllr TLB. U.K Myfi-ltylr il II.T.IUT n. Y(t 11.0,1 ua.... Komarfikr f!.IO l)tlljfitl .... U.K. H.K.... rrn UT. H.T.... Anirwi . .. .uo.l ll.ll.... tuff i . Iltehlitn Wlllima ... Oil, ..II. II. II. . I, 11.11 ..I'll. q.ll . 111.11. . 11.11. II. I'll McCarlhr uwa . ... J, Mr won .... C. HtMMD .... II, BtMwn , Hlsrni Indon llonkhtnHlMn Iwrrr-llrniloii nu4lr-Pmllli TOUCllildWIlK. (JiilulHV.WIIIIiiniH. 11- (lonU: Qllloy, (ll; Wllllanix. (1. Time of ipiartera: Kfein mlnutcH. Ili-ferec: Muttera, cji-Nebrimha umpire. Crtuoh: MorKanthnleT of the OmaliH unlvernlty. Head HucNmun: Coad, ex-Notre Dume. ICnrnoy Win lit t'rntml t'llr. tMSNTRAD CITY, Neb.. Nuv. 21 -(Hpe-elal.) After hnvlna; won n number of Kimie from vurlmiM teuma, the local llli'li xchool loat hero Kriduv to the Keonify Illtrh chool In n hard fought nmo liv a acoro of 27 to 10, Tim Knine wan repli-l with fn"t Plnva on both aldea, Itint .tarrlnu for ICearney and Dutex nnd flravo for Central Cltv. The nemon hua been a auceuas, the loenl team huvliiK won four, luat two, and iilayrd one tie uame. The enon enda next Thurx day with a ome here with tho (Ireeh v lllch Huhool, Cnlcdonlnii Are Ilealeii. The IVeo AthlollCB bent tho Calodimlon i Koala to T itt aoccer at Miller Park yeatcrduy afternoon. Tho wlnnlnir kouI Avna aeoied by (Jrrirno White In tho uai two m I mi I ck of the Kiime. Tim atnr of tho Calldonlon vn William Oiinn, ThnnUalvlnif duy the AINKtiRlUh tenm meet tho All-HcotUah team at Miller Tnrk. Ilnvnnn Ilefenteil, HAVANA, Nov, Il.-The llavuna banc linll nine woa defentHd by the ili'lphla American leiiKue, Vi to 0, today Omaha Uni Team is Working Hard for The Tarkio Game "Hold Tarkio" la tho nlojtan nt tho tnlveralty of Omaha, und to do thla MorKanthaler luid bin Hhetlanda aro bcnJlri every effoit In the remaining daH befora tho kuiuo on ThankaKlvlm; A alrcnuotla practlcn has been outlined for tho next threu duya tnul lf""tho lo cola do not hold tho Mlaaourlana It will not bo liecatino tlley havo not worked hard. Tarkio alwaya play n hard Ramu nnd In one of the hurdcut tcuma'ln thla part of the country to bent on ltn own Kroundfc. It waa not until tblx yeur that any team, with the exception of tho Unlvernlty of Mlioiourl, had aucccedcd In ndmtiilNtcrlnK u defeat to them at homo. MorRi-uthitler Iiuh oidervd hla men to report curly thla afternoon nnd will put them through some gruelling prnqtlce. Though the team civ mo out of tho Peril Kiiioe in the beat of Hhnpo It la not likely , that any chancea will bo taken and mo Hcrimnmgv baa been called oft for the balance ot the week. Ilmicroft llluiikM AVtiynr. UANCllorr, Neb., Nov. 24.-(Hpo-rial.) llancrott High aehool foot ball team defeated the Wiiyno IIIkIi xehool teum here, yexterday afternoon, 33 to 0. I0HK ruiiH and good tuc'tdlng were the fiaturun of the conteat. I'ateH of lliin ciofl playt-d moKt of the gnuiv with n cracknl collar bone und u wrenched arm. He mado two touchdowns. Mieiiiimlniili unit Crextou '1'le. HHUNANDOAII. (a., Nov. 2f-(Hpeclal.) -Ct'eHlon and Hhenandoiih High nchoola tled'lu tho foot bill gamr Hatuniuv nfter nodi, 20 to Si, In it loiigli-nnd-tumlito eon teat. The colored bnya (lid moiihi KeliHii tknal playing for the home tain, ICu grim ColllriH gettlm; two tourlidownri mid Hubert t'olllnn one. Trenton ( laliii ( tiiiiiiiiliinxlilii, TIIUNTON, Neb.. Nov. .l.-(8cclnl,)-Trrutun defeated Hartley In a bimket ball Kama Hntiirday. the ecore being 32 to Is. Thin Kumu ileclded the clminploiiHhlp vof aouthwentern Ncbruaka. llojil und ray. ton plny'l u Kirat Hitnle tor the homo teum. Leaders of Fast Prep School Teams Get in the game with a jimmy pipe Hit the top notch of tobacco delight by jamming your jimmy brimful of Prince Albert. Right there s first-water pipe joy, because P. A. simply can't bite your tongue. The "broil"- is cut out by a patented process. Got everything you or any other pipe enthusiast ever yearned tor tlavor, aroma and long-burning qual ities. You can smoke it all day and all night, too! Never a tingle on that tongue l Hoya who lead mont famous of prepara tory school foot ball elevens. At tho left, Captain Kelly of l'hllliim.Kxctor achieve fuinu un collegu gridirons. academy, and right, Captain Ncllson of Andover pvhool. Andover defeated Exeter In tho 1912 battle of the undent Now England rivals by tho score of 7 to 0. Doth these captains put up a frame this year which promises that they will WISCONSIN BAFFLES IOWAi Badgers Score Two Touchdowns in Opening Period. GILLETTE AND TANBERG STARS Ilnwkcyea .Muko Klnul Stand III Koiirth Uunrtrr nnil Sfeorn Toueli itoiTii nnd l'lnee Kick In Knrly l'nrt of Period, PR1NGE Albert the national joy smoke f 4 it it aaiiilM I IOWA CITY, la., Nov. U.-Wlacomdn continued lta winning courso hero yes terday, by defeating Iowa, 28 to 10. Tho Hadgera scored two touchdowna in tbo first ouartcr, were hold wcorolow in tho second and added a touchdown In both the third ond fourth porioda. Iowa made lta final stand in mo lourin period, when many substitutes woro In tho visitors' lineup and scored a touch down nnd place kick In tho curly part of tho nuarter. Qllletto und Tanner wero tho stnra of the game. Tho fifty-yard sprint ot the quarterback for the second o,irn lilantod tho ftur ol tlie wrniu 10 come in tho hearts of tho Iowana nnd they fought a losing though brilliant name from that moment on. Tanberg was, al ways good for a few yards, when plunged Into the lino and made several sensational runs through broken fields) tno nnai touchdown being a result of one of his flvo sprints. Wisconsin failed to solve lowa a spreu.i inv iL-hitn iho oldtlme shoestring was responsible for tho locals' ono touchdown. Iowa also did good.worji in iiHorvmwi. tho forward passes of tho visitors. UetnlU of lliuue. .... .... . tnu.lniiit rJulSrt the Wisconsin w " " . ,- - north goal with a strong wind In their favor. Olllotto broke, away for a flfty- lnwaVeldfor downs S;r? ulisucesitul forward pass. Pick lost thirteen yaros, nu""i vanls luid punted. Wisconsin fumbled iSd 'ionsP circled the. rlgh end, for tw.lv. 7anls. lowa Jallea to punted ttnu. uriKi.i rwiUerg made it ten more, un IUir 77ic fw rtJ As a cigarette. Prince Albert is a revelation. It's easy to roll up because it's crimp cut. " It stays out. No matter whether, vou ever tried to roll a cigarette or not, you can roll P. A. without half trying. Prince Albert gives you a new idea of how delicious a cigarette can be. it is uiiukc any other tobacco, particularly the "free-running,'yre-brandsandcAa)f-brands. If you want a cigarette smoke that's good for what ails you, get the P, A. makin's and do a little celebrating on your own hook I Buy J. A. swrywAar. 6i t Se rid , 9c My rJ tint nJ AMAm pound tmJ kaM-pyd kumUten. R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO. WisstM-SalcM, N. C T7i tidy rid 10c tin mmm MSBHaaBBBBJaaVBaWBl on forward pass, (llllctte to Obstlo, over line. Wisconsin. 21, lowa, o. I'arsons returned tlm lilckoff to iho tlilrty-flvo-yunl line. Kirk to Wlscon. sln'H forty-yurd lino. I'arsons gained twenty yards. It was Wisconsin's bull un Incomplete forwurd puss. Tuuburg gained thirty yards around right ' Ulllutto lost four yards. Punts exchanged. Vuu lllpur gained tulrty juiua u......u left end. Wisconsin penullzed llfteeu yurds. Oillette gained eighteen yurds urouud right end. Iowa held for downs on twenty-eight-yard lino. Iowa punted. Wisconsin fumbled. On a shoestring forward pass, Kirk to Dick, lowa went thirty-seven yards to tho one-foot line, tackling. Mcainnls went over. Wis consin, 21: Iown, 7. Iowa klckt'd, aillctto returning tho ball thirty yards. Iowa held twice. Wise punted. Dick gained four yards; I'arsons, soven, " Iowa mado twelve yards In four downs. Mc UlnntH gained twelve yards. Trickey went through left guard for ten yar.ds. Kirk gained four yurds. A forward pass netted four yards. Trickey gained flvo yurds. Tho ball was on Wisconsin's tcn-yurd line. No gain. Parsons place kicked, Wisconsin, 21; lowa, 3. Wisconsin kicked to Trickey, who re turned to twenty-flvo-yurd line, Iowa off side. Forward pass, Hudson to Kirk, net ted ten yuras. Ulhotto intercepted forward pass in mhirield. Tanberg gained ten on delayed pass. Bright gained fifteen yards. I,'orwurd pass to Van lllper netted eight yurds. Qllletto lost four yards. A long forwuld pass netted the final score ot tho game. Ullletto kicked all four goals. McQInnls returned klckoff forty-five yards. Forwurd pass to Dick netted thirty yards. Curry gained ten yards. The gumo ended with Iowa's ball on Wisconsin's eight-yard line. Tho lineup: lukmmmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmtmmmmtm mmmmmimmmtmtmmmimmm Tanberg to Jowa'a two-yard lino. aJe one, Van Plier w.nt over bo rlf ht tacklo fur k touchdown. Motfat substituted for ,..w.r Vnn rtluer waa Injured, nut continued to play. Two forward P"f toon ill. pan a urn muiui. " "-"-. wheiw Ulll.tto went around rlghtend for a flftyyrd .run and a touchdown. Ho also kicked ttoal. Tho penoa enaeu. Wisconsin, W low, p. ,... ... .... n..rim4 TnwiL tru Denaiiieo to tho fifteen-yard lln after a ton! : run pasa with a. toUchback. McOlnnla saining alx yarda. iianaon pumcu w - y after a bad paaa. Van ltlper gained fif teen yards. Wlaconsln penalised fifteen varus iar wuruii. , --t- "7 .7 ton yards. wiaconsin pu i-- lowa'a twenty-nvo-yura ima Ine. Olllotto gained twenty yrds-.J" lntereepted a lorwara P " "in..- or.i in Hanson Dunted. UUletto ro- turned thirty-ttve yards to Iowa'a thirty yard line, Urlght gained eight yards. Tho f"?ward paaa fallal, touchback. . . -. i- k w.n v vai t-A aL Tllok AAVvIl v urry kuuou lowa penalised fifteen yards. Hanson waa In mldfleld when the aecond period "in th third period Wisconsin ataxted v ... . v. ,u--niv.vflril Hn K r. ivy iC 111 iVJ ...v .. . Hanson punted to Wisconsin's thirty-yard .line. Ullletto gained twenty yards armm. th. risht end. TrteHey tackled Van lUpcr tor a ten-yard loa. Iowa fumbled a ' ......t .... .Ktk.-ri,A vnril llin A- (U 11 V un V l.a mi. ij-.t, , , ihmlll tliaUM 1WO HUuSlltUHull niu. gained fifteen yarda. and a furtfctr gam of Un jards to Iowa s threv ya il Ian WISCONSIN. Hoeftel lK- Eimpt IT. Ocltln UQ. 1-uw.ll C. Keeter lt.a. Itullw . ll.T. outu n.K. Olll.lto . Q.U Van lllxr. L.lt.11. UrliM ll.ll.li. Taulxrc l'.U. IOWA. 11 K Ilowen ll.T Kirk 11. U Clemom C Houghton 10 lUnuD' IT Trickey IK. aunderaoa Q.ll Currr U. 11.11 Inona Ull.B Dick F.ll.. McGIddIs Turk High Srhool AVtna. vnillv. Neb.. Nov. 24. (Special.) Last evening tho first buskot bull game of the season was piaycd oy tno xora iiign school girls und the McCool High school girls, resulting 2S to 6 In favor of York. Tho lineup: M'TOOl TUJIK. IF uroMDam Ftr C Atnrbach I.U.,., Falling ICQ Iten WltJnian ItK. Latl.rtr UK. UkJ C lrktn HO. Samualaoa tQ. Friday night wero Cain. C24: Anglesburg, 021; I'ruyn. CIO; Sciple. .0)3. Kolanchick started out well with 189. dropped down to 120, and the last game he rolled 11 C, a total of 135. Balzer and doff both took a drop In their uvcrages last week, which gives Sciplo a comfortablo leadln tho Omaha league. ' Huntington and Denman were out ot form In the Omaha league last week. "Dud" only managed to get 491, While Denman struggled along with 4S5. HInrlchs has decided to leave tho game for a few weeks. Ho har not been going good and thinks that after a short rest he will be able to come back strong. Tho Advos rolled their lowest game of the season Friday . "night. Their total was 2.C44. nnd still thrv wnn thro T(io first game they won with a low score of 79S. Horseshoes. Leo's latest masterpiece Is a sketch of Itels, the Jnbez Cross stronttman. Joo Bergcr has placed It in a gold frame and It Is now on display on the walls ot Morrison's subway. The Hurkleys rolled a very conBlstnnt game last week. Their total waa 2,845. The five stars on this team rolled: M. Martin, tAS; Johnson, 64S; Balzer, M8; Wartchow, B7i Shine, C91. Tho next big. match of the season will bo botween Nenlo and Hartley and Hom ier ana Aiigiesmirg. Five games will bo roucu on the Association alleys and five on tho Metropolitan' alleys this after noon. Tho Midwest Tailors aro still In the lead of tho Gate City league. They have a. good lead over tho Old Style Lagers and unless the old fashioned boys nick up. tho tailors will continue to lead for somo time. Thursday afternoon Mosa Yousen Jumped back Into the leud for Ed- holm's sliver bowling ball by rolling 713, thereby beating Sclple's score of .707. Youscn's scores were 257, 232 and 224. He was formerly high for the ball with a 6S8 score, but was beaten by Sciple. Ho has now turned the trick ori Sciple and has rolled a-core that Is likely to stand. Toman has become disgusted with bowling In the Omaha league and threat ens to cut It out and r.emnln loyal to the Booster league. Qua only rolled 4S7 Friday night, but he can do better than that. The Hospes need him. The Mctz havo been crowded out of first place In the Omaha league and re placed by the Advos. While the Advos wer. winning three straight front tho Hospes the Burkley Envelope team was grabbing threo from tho Metr. Th brewers have held first placo in tho big league so long that it will, look, unnat ural to see .them. any place else. Tha Advos are going good! and with their two-game lead they promise to retain their position for some time to come. t'ntll December 21 the Gato City league will have a merry-go-round tournament. The merry-go-round la op6n to Gate City members only. There will be about fifteen prizes. The first four prizes will be 15. 20. 30 and 33 per cent of tho en trance money. The fifth prize will bo a case of Old Saxon Brau; sixth prize. box of clsrurs: seventh, bottlo or port wine; eighth, two-gallon can of Farrell syrup. More prizes win oe aonaiea later. Abbott and Bland nro high at present with 1,131. It's easier to catch young men than 'to hold them. Our L SYSTEM, suits and overcoats catch young men with the irresisUble appeal of their indi vidual fabrics and clever styles. They hold young men by their splendid wearing power, their remarkably skillful tailoring and their graceful fit. Stop. just a minute and we'll gladly show you some of our newest models to tally different from other young men's clothes. You'll feel their superiority the instant you slip into one. L SYSTEMS are handled la i Omaha exclusively by our selves. J17, StO, Jti and St.'. MAGEE & DEEMER 413 So. 16th. Omaha Lincoln Doulilr Defeat fur Nelson. FA1RFIRLD. Neb.. Nov. II. (Sneclal ) In a double header basket ball game' here Friday nlgnt. the l airnem men scno.ii Blrls defeated tho Nelson High school glrla by tho score of 41 to 12. The Fair neld lilgn acnooi ooya uereaiea me wri st n High school boys by the score of 39 to 8. Nelson's points wero made by six fouls and mo field goal. A large crowd attended tho games. With the Hosiers. Terrel rolled a 690 score last week. Dr. West Is leading the Dentists' league with an 180 averugr. I'ruyn and Anglesburg had high games Friday night with 245 apiece. Doc Qellzen claims to be the best bowler in the Dentists' league. Sciple ahot a consistent game last week a string ot 211, 3)1 and 191. Charley Zarp laid off Friday night He iTrtends to take a rest and come back strong. The City association meeting was held yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock at Ort olan's, Tho lAixua Friday night rolled -3,930. They havo been -shooting good games all season. Goff will go to Kansas City with the Meta team and shoot In the doubles with' Denman. M Wartchow rolled a Kited gupie In the Commercial league. He amassed a total ot 002. Mct'uho und Johnny Lulrd are thinking- seriout of attending the Kansas City tournar.-u nt I The W0 ac - in the Onial a. league Only 5c for a pack of ten Recruit A little smoke that is as mild and good as a cigarette. Sold everyivhere aBBBBBBBBBaHKlF' flasBaiaU: MclaV 10 for 5c Picture of a famous ball player in each pack.