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'tHL BEE: OMAHA, TUt HSDAV, DECEMBER 11, 1913.
A CRAZY QUILT OF SPORT CoprrlghU 1311, International News Service KV4 c ft-4) v a r - M3WOTi easy (. law VU3 Si ga i 1 W..0o7 vPl QinoNv 3Mv XNttU )l I I ' w -331 3H)kN 0V1 7 cwsraaow 3HU T733U3?v3 kaaw aim o wd v -335 Qi.v9(og "watt Ma 3-Ny V, Acs DNC5H5 0009 tC - 1 33HUWHU 3v 5NhW aajaL jjt MYY COYOTE SCHEDULE ?roiptct of Many Big Game for South Dakota. OOOD TEAM ALSO IN PEOSPECT tM-kfle1 of Veteran Will Ha Intact and Chance that l"nt 'Men Will Replace Tkoie Oolntr Oat. VEnsnMON. 8. Dw Dec. .-(Spec!al.)-ftevth JHkota'a 1914 foot ball schedule Jrali?i to ba a bummer, such a ono In fact aa probably no irehool of Its alza aver attempt! before, lncludlns Minns arto, Notre Dame, Denver, CrelKhton and posetbly Michigan and Nebraska. ,A In previous year, home gamei with b(c team will be tho sreatest dlfflcultr. becauia It 1b ImpoMlblo to finance big contest on Dakota field. Notre Dame ras met this year on a two-year basis, and will be brought Into western territory next fall, though -whether at Sioux City er Sioux Palls has not been determined. A number of Kloux Falls cltlsens are very anxious that thU stun, the bleeest that South Dnkotn has over brought home, should be played on Queen City soli. It Is possible that Nebraska and South Dakota wilt meet, although not definitely determined. - Tho MlnnMOta dato will bo kept oj In year past, aJthoUKh It has been felt locally that If the bora could meet the Gophers In lato or middle season their cMwcee we trid fee Increased. Denver will be Hayed at Denver and Crelghton again THanksglvlnx at Onmha. There la little chance that another con test will be staged with tho Michigan Agaric. Of the teams to bo met, Ne braska, Notre Damo and Minnesota will certainly be of western championship aatiber. The IHi qoyete feaekfield will be hsUct, as will the ends; but Captain Brown, Willy and King will be ntlsdng friHft the line. 1'otts may be back and la still eligible fdr another year. Deadly. Fright ttosMMes sufferers from lung- trouble till Ihey learn Dr. Klnc New Discovery will hetn them: Trice Wo and 11-00. Kor sale by. your druggist. Advertisement. We are writing you IMTional invitation to in tfMA our Chritmg dis plays of practical anal ettractive gift for men. Quality considered, the pri are as low as you ise-ald find anywhere and we give you a substantial lsnua ia the form of: 1. Painftaking, personal Mention. 2. Courteous, intelligent service. 3. Exclusive and dis sindlive styles that appeal it) wearers of high-gratle apparel. 4. Carefully selected stocks representing only the cream of the country's best jnarkcta. These are what you are invited to see: Kensington Butts and Overcoats they fit to stay flt....M to SS Xenmor Butts and Overcoats, fl30, SIT and .....m Uouse Coat and Robes. ,fg a giQ Jajamas and Night Robes. SI to SS sVhlrts (Manhattan), SUM to Silk Hosiery Se to I1.&0 Mufflers MM. to M1J69 Neckwear .e to Dress aiovea,. ....... ...SI to S3 Fur Gloves .tlM to CIO Xmas Handkerchiefs.... 15o to SI Uult Cases and Bags, SSLM to S60 Hats Derbies or Soft, M to SlO Caps (Cloth or Fur), seo to "10 Combination aeta..,.So to tlJK) Jewelry (Scarf pins, cuff link, tie clasps, watch chains, fob or belt monograms, buckles, etc) Leather Novelties (Combination traveling1 sets, collar bag, PutU j&an slippers, pocket manicure eta, etc) Also "Merchandise Cer tificates'' ask to see the ail R. S. V. P. MAGEE & DEEMER 413, lSUt. City Basket Ball League Will Open , Saturday Evening The Toung Men's Christian association will hold open house Saturday evening, vhen the City Haskct Rail league will formally open. Kverybody Is Invited to attend tho festivities and there will be no admission price to either of the bl btakct ball games which will bo played that night Four teams will play FatUplay night to celebrate tho opening and the games promise to be exciting. The Nebraska Telephone Company team will play The Bee Publishing Company team and ths Pirates will play the Magee ft Deemer team. All four teams have been prac ticing for some time, and as each tram contains the names of several well known stars, the games are certain to bo fast and snappy and hotly contested. The new City league wan Just recently organized, and Up to date seven teams have entered the ranks. The seven teams are the Omaha High School, Bellovue, Pirates, Nebraska Telephone Company, Magee tc Deemer, pmaha National Bank and Bee Publishing Company. University Girls Play Basket Ball Hard practice among the co-eds at the University of Omaha has done wonders during the last week In putting their basket ball team In shape for the com ing season. Undor -tho direction of Miss Bankhart the co-eds have been faith fully practicing until now they can play almost as welt as some of the boys. The girls are enthusiastic over basket ball and are showing a great deal of Inter est In this form of sport. A number of co-eds havo shown ex ceptional Individual ability at tho floor game, while the team In general has been making wonderful Improvement. MIm Nellie Wood, captain and right guard of the team, and Miss May Leach are perhaps th'e brat players on the squad, having had considerable basket ball ex perience before coming to the University players from tho Medio club at the Unlver- their high school teams. The first game of the co-eds will be played Friday, when they meet a team of the lower class girls at the university. utner teams at the university of pmaha have been practicing steadily for somn time, Tho Medics, n team composed of players from the Media club at the Unl slty of Omaha, seem to have the .stronR est team at the school. Most of their players played on the varsity team last season and as a result have had more experience thw the othor players. Class teams have also been organised at the school, and a league consisting of all these tcama has -been formed. The open ing of this league Is to take place Friday evening, when tho Freshmen meet tho Medics. flo far varsity practice has not started at the school. It was thought that a basket ball coach would be secured by Monday, so that practice would start on that day. There Is an abundance of new material on hand for a fast team this year, prospects having never been brighten for eome time. A basket ball captain will be elected aa aoon as the varsity practice commence. Country Club After Golf Tournaments The Omaha Country club has filed ap plication with the secretary of the West era Oolf association for the award of two of the three big golf tournament which are held yearly under the auspices of the association. The Omaha, club has applied for the award of the amateur championship tournament and the Olympic cup competition. But two other clubs besides the Coun try club have applied for the two tournaments. A Cleveland club and a 0 rand Rapids, Mich., club are bidding1 for the same two tournaments. Chancsa for Omaha to secure one or the other of the tournaments are excellent, as the Omaha, club ts conceded to have one of the finest courses In the country. The award will be made at the annual meeting of the association at Chicago January t. BOWLIHG TOURNAMENT ENDS One Important Change When Pueblo Man Takes Third in Singles, TWO GO ABOVE SIX HUNDRED Fourteen llnnilreil nml Twenty Players Take I'nrt and flrnres of Cities Represented on Alleys. fiT. LOUIS, Mo., Dec 10.-(Speclal Tele gram.) Bowling on the five-men final day of the Mlddlewcst Bowling tourno ment produced but one Important change. This was In the singles where P. Wolf came all the way rrom Pueblo, Colo., to capture third place, scoring CSS. IDs team wan due In SU Louis Monday, but was snowbound In a blllxzard and did not get In until this morning. The team itself was not as fortunate as Walt aa it waa not even In tho money, Its score being but 2,601. The lowest score which was collected In tho tournament In this divi sion was 2,620. Outside of Wolf but ono man In the singles got above tho six century mark today, this being D. Steele. Tho tournament closed tonight after two weeks' play. Fourteen hundred and twenty players participated and. more than a score of cities were represented. Checks for prizes aggregating IS.W will be mailed to tho winners within n few days. High Men In Doubles, In the doubles tho best score waa the 1,100 of Merce and Wolf of Pueblo, but this was, too low to get any part of the money worth mentioning. Compila tion of the score and figures on the division of the money were completed In the five-men team class. Tho O'Learya of Chicago took first monoy In this divi sion, their S,tU getting them 130. The Hyde Parks of SU Louis came second with 2.S06 pins and collected SS- Third monoy fell to the Wooster Lamberts, also of 8U Louis this club getting on even Other teams finishing In the five-men money-with their scores and prizes fol low: Prizes. Scores. 8-W. Waterloo. Waterloo, la. z.740 fTf. Mi Tim. Omsha .....2.733 lt-tto. Western Brew. Hloux Clty.,..2. liY VIII Ttnui. Mnrshalltown.,..,Z.Stl1 20-tt0. Missions, Des Moines... ..2.M3 Z3-IZ&. Jetter UIU Age, umini i" O'Leary. Chicago 2.J Hyde Parks, SU Louis 2.(05 Wooster Lamberts, BU Louis ,.. 2.S01 Frank J. Foresters. SU Louis 2,77 Mentor No. 2, R. A., St. Louis 2.7S7 Union Sodaa, SU Louis 2.783 Mlneralltes, Chicago 2,761 Waterloo, Waterloo, Ia 2.70 Mets Bros., Omaha... 2.TM Amole No. Chicago...... 2.726 TWO-MAN EVENTS. Levlnn and Bliss, Chicago 1,2)3 Wilson and Christy, Excelsior Springs. .Mo 1.1W Klerker and Huh, SU Louis... l.tss Ferguson and Hayes, SU Louts. ...... 1,183 Itadyl and Krall, Chicago.............. 1,153 Macklln and Lovens. Waterloo 1,181 Rusch and Collier, Chicago 1,172 Frltscher and Kennedy. Omaha 1,1(3 Btols and Knight, Des Moines 1,160 Vlerheller and Noycs, SU Louis., 1,167 INDIVIDUALS. Steers. Chicago tii Conkey, Kansas' City. i... ......... 633 P. Wolf, Pueblo, Colo 635 BangerU Chicago (31 Ferguson, SU Louis 617 Steuerhagel, SU Louis 625 Htelnrauf, St. Louis 630 Polocek, Chicago . 620 W. B. Thompson, Chicago , 613 Harry Deen, SU Louis 6U ALL EVENTS. Kohl. Cosmos, Chicago 1,519 Teneris Formally Installed as Head of National League NEW YORK, Dec 10,-John IC Tener, governor of Pennsylvania, wag rormally Inaugurated president of the National League of Professional Base Ball Clubs at a meeting of the club owners this afternoon. In his Inaugural address Pres ident Tener announced that he would work unceasingly to place base ball on a hlghor plane If possible than It Is to day; naked for and said he expected to receive the co-operation of the club own ers, and added that Instead of announcing his policies now he would attempt to do so by the progress of his work. After President Tenor's Inauguration, which waa held In open meeting, the club owners adjourned to meet at 2 o'clock In an executive session. President EbbeU of the Brooklyn club renewed his $3,000 offer to Oarry Herr mann of Cincinnati for Joe Tinker. To clinch the trade he agreed to make a 13.000 depostU Cornhusker Track Schedule Given Out (From a Staff Correspondent LINCOLN, Neb., Dec. I0,-(8pecIal Telegraro.)-auy E. Reed, manager of athlotlcs of tho University of Nebraska and coach of the track team, this after noon announced the track, schedule for the Cornhuskera next, spring. The' achodV ule will include five outdoor meets and three Indoor series, as follows: April IS Drake Indoor relay game at Dee Moines. May 1-Dual meet with Kansas univer sity at Lawrence, Kan. May 9-Dual meet with Ames Aggtes at Ames. May S3 Dual meet with Minnesota at Lincoln. Loula! 3M,M0Url Valbiy eamea at SU June C Western conference gamea at Columbus, O. The big Indoor moets will be held at Kansas City, Omaha and St. Louis dur ing the month of March. FIRST CHRISTIAN TEAM AND WESTMINSTER WIN In a slow game the First Christian church five defeated the Hnnscom Park Methodist basket ball team, 19 to 11, last evening at the Young Men's 'christian association. The Hon scorn Park team waa outclassed', not having the team work that Uia Christians displayed. For the Christians the Welgel brothers played their usual steady game, making practically all of the scores for their side. Fellows also played a strong guard for the Christians, Mopping the Methodists from making a number of goals. For the Methodists E. Bauman and Kavan were the stellar performers, se- Vanderbilt Cup Race Goes to Santa Monica LOS ANQELES, Dec Ik-It was an nounced here today that the VanderUIt cup race, the annual automobile event heretofore run In the east, would be de cided In 1H on the Santa Monica road race course, skirting the Pacific ocean. The contest waa scheduled for February 21, -and the day following. It waa stated, the "Grand Prix" would be run. The two races will be conducted by the ' Western Automobile association. Purses will aggregate 115,09s. The Van derbilt cup event will be restricted to cars of (00 cublo Inches piston displace menU but the grand prlx will be a free-for-all. The Persistent anc Judicious Use ef Newspaper Advertising Is the Road to Business Success. II Mellow In V00Jj "in0 CarTe casks, In 1 1 Best Northern Rye always selected by a member of the firm. II II Purest water from well sunk; hundred o fcet into solid limestone. IX I That's why tho man who knows always insists oa- Mm M RED TOP RYE U L Ft RD IN AND WtSTHEIMCR. 4 SONS. Distiller Mm Osdaatd, O. St. JeMffc, Me. LeelfV&la, Ky. J W i 4 curing tho greater number of points made by their side. Lineup; CHRISTLVNB. METHODISTS. R. Welgel R.F. L.F.......n. Bauman C. Welgel L.F. n.F R. Reel Evan C a Kavan Fellows R.O. L.O Williams Curtis L.Q. IUO Somervlllo Substitutes: Ireland for Evans, Somar vlllo for Reel. Field goals: R. Welgel (3), C. Welgel (5), Ireland (2). Fellows. Bauman (3), Kavan (2). Folll goal thrown: Kavan. Referee: llascail. Time of halves; 15 minutes. PRESBYTERIANS. JJAPTIST8. F. Fleming R.F. L.F Martin Fr Fleming UP. R.F Alwl"" Huston ...C. C Hoke Wcsterfleld ....aa. UO itusium Bcott L.Q.IR.Q brBOn rlet? B.oa,":,.f- "n'nir (. E. Fleming S'.,i1lusl?n'.,WMterf,f,d (2- Atwlno (I)! Foul goals thrown: E. Fleming (2) i. Wine 141. rmil mm,m.j. '5 Al 3: Babtists: 7. liitZZS'i', u,yw25! of halves; 15 minutes. i,n,a KEITH JONES CHOSEN THE 1914 NOTRE DAME CAPTAIN SOUTH BEND. lnd.. Deo. 10Kelth Jones, left tackle of the Kntr r-m. university. 1913 foot ball team. was elected captain tonight of the 1914 eleven. Rlnden Defeats IIoMrea-e. BLADEN. Nob.. Dee. in fRn.nl. I At Holdrege last night the Bladen basket ball team and the Holdrege team con tested for honors In an Intermtlnp mm. of basket ball, Bladen winning. 29 to 22. The boys will be pleased in mntrh games with other towns over the state Address S. M. Hall, secretary Bladen Athletic association. Denies Athletics Have Deserted tlie Players' Fraternity NEW YORK, Dec lO.-Presidcnt David L. FulU of the Base Ball Players' fra ternity, Issued a statement tonight deny ing the report that the Philadelphia Athletics aa a team or as individuals had deserted the fraternity. FulU said: Contrary to the report circulated today that the Athletics had deserted the fra ternity I can say without the slightest danger of contradiction that there have been no defections from our organiza tion from any source. We havo known all along Just where the Athletics stood and their attitude today Is Just the same as It has been for months. It Is true they did not sign our petitions, being the only team of the thirty in the fraternity which did not do so, but their failure was due to the prc-occupatlon Incident to a suc cessful pennant fight and a world's sc ries and not to any hostility to our re quests. The report that they opposed our pe tition because they had Ho grievances and did not want to appear In a hostile attitude toward Mr, Mack, portrays them in a very selfish light as though utterly callous to the hardships of otliers. I think that this statement is exceedingly unfair to them, and In view of Mr. Mack's attitude is so illogical as to brand it untrue on Its face Mr. Mack has already expressed himself as In fa vor of many of our requests and I am quite sure he does not look upon the pe tition as antagonistic to him in any sense. It is, therefore, quite apparent that his players could have no causo to do so. To those who understand the situation the report coming at this time Is some what signlflcanU We havo expected for a long time attempts of this kind to lessen the strength of our fraternity and months ago the players were well warned against them. I should not be surprised to see this report denied by the Philadel phia players themselves, thereby turning It Into another boomerang. SLATED RITCHIE-MURPHY GO POSTPONED BECAUSE OF RAIN SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 10. Promoter James Cof froth announced early tonight that because of rain the scheduled twenty round bout between Champion Willie Ritchie nnd Harlem Tommy Murphy had been postponed. WILL NOT ALLOW DEPUTIES TO ENTER MINE LEVELS BINGHAM, Utah, Dec. 10. Although miners worked today without fear of be ing harmed In parts of tho Utah-Apex mine, no sheriff or deputy has penetrated the tunnels In search of Ralph Lopiz, slayer of six men, since yesterday. A reward of 31,000 offered by the state for the capture of the desperado added to tho eagerness of the deputies to re sume the search that was discontinued when Sheriff Smith decided that Lopez had not succumbed to tho gases generated to kill him last week. The sheriffs In council late today de cided not to allow tho deputies to re enter the mine or to attempt further smudging. Their plan Is merely to keep guard at the exits Until Lopez Is starved out or until no doubt remains that he cither is dead or has escaped. 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