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4 . THE BEE: OSLAHA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1913. .
Bringing Up Father , v ',H V " tea-!' :- Drawn for The Bee by George McManus JUST THINK" - j4J (isNT TW ) ,t k WOUlxb N IF "YOU SIT I f Jfll. DCAR U MH Yl" ' " n MJ; TO SEE Hi THERE. 0 COME Oh . l SA c--k --NiJ1' ,T.''l V VHWARE V " j, "YOU'LL ET CUT A?1D W X0UDO5 K'LLE H' DfeCRIES THEFORWARD PASS CiImmh Coach Discredits Theory It t Is Effective ia Offense. COlfSEHVATITE GAME IS BEST Declares 'Harvard Waalaitded Last irV CanVe'at with -Vale,' at Won That rtyet This Fall. CAMBRIDGE. Mui,, Dec. 17. "Har- vaMl wu handed laaf'year'a came with Vaia, but won this " car's contest," Tercy Z. Jlaughton, head coach of tno crim son team, said tonight at a students' mas meUng tn honor ot Harvard's championship eleven. Haughton pointed out tn 'plcturoa thrown oa a screen seven "glaring mistakes" which ha said were made by tho Ynla team In the 1013 gamq with Harvard. Harvard played errorleaa foot ball In thla year's Tale came, he added, except for cft, offside play. No reference waa made to the play by which O'Brien of Harvard, unwittingly acored a safety for -Tale. HauiM&n discredited the theory that Um forward pass Is an .effective weapon l of offense, and exhibited charts to sup port hl point He lnalstcd that tho forward pass Is of llttlo valuo when tho opponents know liow to copo with It TllA mmprvnllvn Pnmi IIA, am that played .sV Harvard teama In recent years. ho aaldj Is the beat practical theory pf offense. Coach HauRhton referred frequently to Captain Ketcham of Yale. Ho ahowed auverrtl pioturca'pf plays In the atadlilm In which Kotoham, figured, polntod out that In each Ketcham waa smothered by tho Harvard forwards, whllo tho play was carried through. This was the rea son, Haughton declared, (hat Ketcham wna not chosen for the "All-Anicrlcan" toam by Walter Camp. Ketoham's roughnesa dUtlng tho' oarly part of the Harvard fame gavo the Crimson nn early advantage, aald tho.. coach. Harvard players will .elect their cap tain Tor. next year tomorrow. GIDEON TRIMS WILLIAMS ' 'IN TWENTY-THIRD MATCH H. Gideon defeated Robert Willlama SI to, S3' Inst night In the twenty-third match of tho .three-cushion billiard tournament . being held at tho C. C Cannam crtrom and pocket billiard par lor. "Williams played 38 to Gideon's 31. Tonight R. Gallup will play H. A. HiKke. - EBBETTS SAYS STANDING . PAT ON THE TINKER DEAL NKW YORK, Dec. lT.-Charlea Hf Ebbetts, president of the Brooklyn club,' raid today' that ho Wodtd reply to 'the message reoolved yesterday from the Cln clnrwvtl club directors seeking to cancel tho sate of Joo Tinker to the Brooklyns for I2S.00O. "I ahall say In substance," said Eb betts, "what I have already- saidthat the deal was made In good faith and that wo stand pat For me to consider any other suggestions to acquiring Tinker would be tacit admlsalon that I consider tho preaent agreement not binding. "I am aatlafled we can make satis factory arrangements with Tinker whan the time comes. The Brooklyn club would not accept 125,000 cash for him thla minute. The action of the Cincinnati club la entirely without precedent. Only the highest tribunal of baso ball could take htm away from us." roralsteht Advertising la the Raad Big lteturna. to AVERAGE RUN ON ALLEYS the head pin and In consequence was forced to submit to tho humiliation of a Few Tcnpin Shooters Register High for the Evening. LEISYS TOP BOOSTER MARKS KNOWN THE if " WORLD OVER I ASYt6find!Ms Christ- 1 this Gillette Pocket Edition and blade box, mas Safety Razor. blades razor in flat metal case. Your choice of patterns beautifully designed a joy to look at and to use Triple Silver-plate. s O&er Pocket Editions (gold-plated), in cases of J G3d-plate, Gun MUl, Leather $5.50 and $6, Ask Your Dealer GILLETTE SAFETY RAZOR COMPANY, BOSTON Clara Bellra Conic Clour nehlnil Gatti Cltr LraRoera Fnll Hoirn Kar'BelOT' Boner Neale preatra Bxeltement. The Lcsya topped tho Booster leagu rollers last night with a J.SG4 total, also led In team gamea with 1,023. They started atrong wltlt 936, came back with their big. game, but dropped In thulr third try. allowing their opponents, the Elks' club, to ease In ahead of them Just nine pins to. tho good. The Clara Belles woro close on the Lolsys' heels with a 3.8SS total, contain ing three consistent games of 969, DC0 and 939. The new Mutual Life Insurance team made a strong fight to win every game, but were only able to pull out ahead on the second game, although they were In the running all the way through. The.Brandea Hlghballa took a spurt and after rolling three gamea of 994, 993 and B3. with a total of 2.S39, they took two gamea from the faat Chris Lyck team. Tho Field club and Beacon Press teams didn't do any fancy rolling, but all gamea were cloeely fought to the flnUh with the latter taking the long end with a three-game win. Out of the ten rollers on these two teams only 'three, Balrer Green, and furay, were right, all tho, rest dropping below the GW mark. Among the Individuals only three got over the 600 mark. Cain led tho trio, C44 with "Hook" Firestone right behind with 627. SUthorland crept over the coveted mark two pna to the irood. With a loas of two games while the T.elsys were winning two, the latter jumped Into second place over the Lycke. ine scores follow; Int. Cub Potter 141 Barker 1M l'leids ; -137 Puray 1S9 Ced Potter Ml Handicap 23 Int. QreAn ,., .191 r . Jarosh 1ST Balsar 210 Martin 1TO Qoff ........ ......MJj 137 .....Sf, XS2 , MUTUAI ,UFR, ,' , liit Id. J M...... ITU Bowers ........... ITS Jackaon- .t.,..;.A..! 2 Handicap! ....iJrWT.. U captain, U. D. Cliatterton; Merchants, captain, Guy McKee; Millers, captain, . . I .1 n 1. I . 1 n I . Tl n V. 13 BCOre, Which l8 about 200 pins below I Profn.lnniil Mm. oantaln Earl his usual 'averago. Gallup slowed down iMcKee. and the Bankers, captain. Jack An. n noA to Vi v M n . . u - T r t . 1M 1 Tpmnlf. TVia flritt f7nmA wlifl n1nvri w vj niiiwu " (VJJ 4UHU fvw.a, Alio score waa the smallest package received and his 399 total waa far below all tho others. 'Trolley" Karr. who travels across tho continent to shoot his games, was on tho wrong track, which caused him to slow down to S, which Is a miserable showing for a money ahark lfke him. The following acores show how they all went: Gate City. FRANK'S COCTS. ....... 1st 2d. 3d. Total. ADDOU 170 Corson 154 Purshouae 203 Mooro ,.i 1,.., 142 McCa.be 153 Temple. The first gamo waa played Monday night .between the Bankers and tho, Millers, with tho Bankers winning by scoro 01 n 10 11. this was quite an upset, as the Millers had hoped to beat all tho teams. GameB will be played every Monday and Thursday night In tho gymnasium of the Lexington High school. A pennant Is offered to bo given to the winning team. 180 1ST 1R2 169 219 1T3 1S6 161 12S 189 523 477 WJ Totals g61 BAOANS. 1st 2d. I'ne 196 157 BJIno 167 .1SS Monroe ,.,..1G3 159 H of man 179 203 Mitchell 154 150 887 837 2.5SS 3d. Total. 177 530 157 09 113 171 154 Totals 859 Handicap i,..w. 1 Totals seo 854 1 802 1 465 653 458 61S 3 Amcden ,...143 Dudley 164 Unday .. 136 Cook ...........174 .Hoffman 178 Totals ,7M Handicap .,, 12 TotAa ' Booster I.eavne. OMAHA FIKLD. CLUB. 2d. 1M 197 156 160 170 25 3d. Total. 3)1 143 146 202 16 28 195 494 439 551 499 81 Totalf 817 SM BKACON PRESS. Moiaja 2d. 165 208 199 .157 SS5 2.560 3d. Total. 225 m 187 163 183 491 593 4S9 T7 193 1S1 192 1S2 212 14 Totals 933 m y QliARA BELLES. lat. 2d. Cain 217 181 J. Jarosh 208 185 Eldaon twill 227 Johnson , 16J 177 Stuns -.208 ISO 934 2,661 3d. Total. 119 120 191 198 141 769 12- .....'..SOT' '81 lat. II toff man 169 Gallup no Telescope 1M Kpaten ....139 855 808 2.E1S BNGRAVER8. let. za. 8d. Total. 148 160 ITS 153 151 7S8 12 410 414 525 4T3 2.3S2 C6 turr .171 2d. 12 106 119 148 163 800 2,388 3d. Total. 175 ,151 148 1M 153 M 397 S93 423 4S3 Totals TBI 717 763 2,235 Metropolitan Lenntie. CIGAR MAKERS' BLUE LABEL. 1st. 2d. 3d. Total. Pearson 127 113 211 1st U P. Hanson 171 TTtt l.Ui 4V. D. Moyna 187 167 210 661 Totals 48S 430 MOOULLIANS. 1st. 2d. Hnmlll 121 189 Hollenberger 153 158 Bimpson 1C9 157 676 1.60T 3d. Total. 178 138 104 488 449 190 209 214 143 inn 179 14 671 573 512 576 563 42 931, 2,811 2d 541 217 151 168 1K7 Total. 614 610 tei 50; 645 Totals - 2...-.,... 9X9 950 CHRI3 LYCKS. 1st. 2d. Nealo 158 160 C. Weeka 192 1SS R. Sclplo 181 206 Sutherland ...........183 180 Fanton .....167 238 939 2,858 Sd. Total. 147 212 169 233 149 465 692 646 603 654 TotaV 881 972 906 2.759 BRANDE3 HIGH BALLS. 18U za. za. MX) tan. Hammerstrom 183 Weutrlch 20U Powell 215 Maurer .at: Tousem , 185 Handicap 39 193 ISO 197 199 234 39 178 193 165 170 146 39 661 6S3 677 571 655 11T Totals 1.033 1,033 891 2,966 LEISYa 1st. 2d. 3d. Total. Flreitone 234 215 188 627 Hn.1 IlHtekln 176 .194 143 t19 Zimmerman 1ST 190 191 568 UTollim ZIO Z1Z 10U 031 SclDla 1S9 213 158 669 Totals 9S6 1.023 855 2,864 KLKS' CLUB. lat. C. Johnson 183 Chambera 116 Grotto J78 Conrad ....f "J Denman 193 Handicap 2d. 212 178 168 204 174 32 3d. Total. 192 156 148 ltl in 32 6S8 ISO 484 651 613 96 JiS S96 2,740 Totals SS6 No Record! Smashed The Gate City leaguers didn't break any recorda lat night, although a few good games were shot. Frank's Colts lead the teams with a S.5S5 finish, which won three tor them. The Ragan Kalataf fs wore the victims after they had atruggled vainly to win. McCabe, tha heavy an chor man of the Colts, went through the line for a 600 count, which was high for league thla week. The Leary'a Engravers, the dark horse of the Gate City league, again pulled one of their aurprtaea and won three from the proud millionaire X-Raya, who tossed aft their money away while betting on themaelvea. Space must be given to Doc" Cook, who extended himself to the tune of 625, which he says la his average when he la going right. Don Amsteu the Gollah ot the league, had a stiff Us. which made It Impoaslble for him to k'.ck the Pins over. A 410 total waa the result ot hla feeble efforts. er tne uiver- Moore couldn't eeo Total 113 601 ISO 1,427 FEDERAL LEAGUE WILL . ABANDON CLEVELAND CLEVELAND, O.. Dec. 17.-Cleveland will not be In the Federal base ball league for the season of 1914. unleae something unforeseen develop, it was revealed to day. Charles X. Zlmerman, former president of the local club and still a member of ,the board of dlrectora, aald tho club had failed to procure new grounds for the coming year, without whleh they will be obliged to aurrender their franchise. At the recent full meeting of tho league the Cleveland ownera were or dered to obtain a new playing field or give up their franchise. KEARNEY MAY HAVE MUNICIPAL BALL PARK KEARNET, Neb.. Dec. 17.-Speclal.)- It Is probable that a special election will be called aoon In thla city for the pur pose of voting 110,000 bonds for the pur chase by the city of a tract of ground, centrally located, and to make the aamo Into a baae ball park and public play ground. The league team hna had a de ficit the last two seasons and unless n downtown diamond Is secured It Is doubt ful whether a team can be aelt-aupport-Inx In the future. A petition la being circulated at tho request of the city council and the matter, which was brought by the Commercial club wl!) be given attention by the votera at the elec tlon. Banket Ball Leasrae at Lexington LEXINQTON. Neb.. Dec. 17.-(SrKc!al.i A baaket ball league has been formed In Lexington, consisting of six teama. which will bo known as follows: High Brows Tell Your Wife A customer remarked to us that he waa always glad his wife bought his Xmas cigars, Her judgment Is good she always buys Flor de Bait rragTajit aa t& Tlotst In So, lOo and 8 for 25c sizes GETTER & WICKHAM The Eosh of Taloas. Two S torsi. 811 So. Utfc St. ISM twuax UX. The Persistent una yudlolous Use Newspaper Advertising la the Road Business Success. CRESCENTS DEFEAT THE ATHLFTICS IN FAST GAME The Crescent basket ball team defeated the Thorpelan Athletics tn a one-aided gome Monday evening at the Young Men's Christian association by & scoro of IS to 3. 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