The Nebraska State Journal from Lincoln, Nebraska on March 1, 1923 · 3
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Lincoln, Nebraska
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THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1923. THE LINCOLN STATE JOURNAL. Earl Car Offered Job as Coach for Cornhusker Baseball Team this Spring LAST YEAR'S THIRD ' SACKER MAY DIRECT Time Tken Away From Work in Dental College Will Prolong Hii - - Graduation To Know Def . initely Thursday. Earl Carr, third baseman on last year's Nebraska baseball team and state leaguer last summer, may coach the Cornhusker diamond candidates this aprlng. He has been offered the Job and the matter rests In his hands. If Can undertakes the Job It means he will have to prolong his graduation from the dental college. He can graduate with the June class. He had another year of college baseball but became of the drain upon his time he did not feel able to play this spring o signed with state league cluba last summer. This, of course, brought about his Ineligibility for further college competition. - . On the "hot corner" Carr handled everything that came his way. Ho has been playlDg baseball long enough to know as much as anybody does" of what la termed "Inside stuff' Carr - will adylse Coach Dawson Thursday whether he will accept; the assignment. Coach Owen Frank, who Is primarily a football coach, handled basketball and baseball last year in connection with, his other work. This year he Is directing the backfleld candidates in spring practice and lack of time will make It Impossible for him to handle the baseball squad. . Stadium Committee Permanent Chairman tnnvEEsm place and NORFOLK PLAY SATURDAY TjDlrerslty Place high school and Norfolk high will get together In the closing basketball game of the season for the two teams, on the University Place floor Saturday night This game was scheduled a week ago but Norfolk could not arrange a trip satisfactorily and it was postponed. Both Norfolk and University Place will compete in the'state tournament. Tilden Is Back in Trim. PHILADELPHIA, Fh. !. William T. Tildan. II national lawn tennis chanpln. easily won tin way to the second round of the middle statas Indoor championships today by dfatln IT. Kred 8. Hunlock of Philadelphia, In stralrht itu, -0, -0. The amputation of part of one of Tilden'a f:n-rra, on Ms racquet hand, apparently did not hamper hl rlaylni. Tha hoard court earned to puzzl him In tha opening mlnutea of tha match, but he quickly found hla atrlde and displayed apeed and form that draw much applause from tha spectators. Only One Yankee Holdout. NEW YORK. Feb. iS. All but five of tha New Tork Yankeen, American league - champions lor tha past two years, have aianed 1121 contract. It waa revealed today by Bualneaa Manager Ed Barrow, In an-nounclng a roater of thirty-five playera ordered to report March to Manager Miller llugglna at New Orleans, where the club will pitch 11 aprtng training camp. Hern Pannoclc, veteran southpaw, obtained from tha Bolton Red Sox in a recent trade, waa understood to be tha only holdout fur more money, , Detroit Tiger Roster Complete. DETROIT. Feb. Jl. The Detroit Americans roater waa complete tay, Ira Flar-alead outfielder and Fred Haney, Inflelder, havlnf aubmltted their algned contracta. They were the laat to algn up, but there waa no "hold out" element In the delay, according to the management. Borne members of the Tigers were en route to Auguata today from polnta In the far wet. Jimmy thigan, trainer, left Detroit for the training ramp, where the battery men are to report Friday. -First Place in Tennis Ear NEW YORK. Feb. li. First place among men tannla atara of the antlpodee la given James O. Anderson by the New South Wales lawn tennis association, the United States lawn tennis association waa Informed today. Anderson represented Australia on the team list reached the challenge round against tie United States for the Davu cup laat yar. He defeated William T. Tilden. American national champion Id the Pavia cup angles and lot to Vincent Rlcnarda In tha all-comers national alnf lea championship at fnlladelphla. Golf Men Oppose Change. ' Nfrw TORK, Feb. J. Protest against the decision of the United States golf association that the method of qualifying for the national open championship be not changed, will be made by the professional a-olfers' association. Oeorge 6arrent. Its president declared In the body's official organ today. The P. O. A. proposed two qualifying rounds, one each In the east and west to erold delay when the championship begins and to uae the gallery receipts to Increase the benevolent fund of the association. Gir Ji of Babe Rath Ii Shrinking. HOT BPRIVOS. Ark.. Feb. !. "Babe-Ruth ! shrinking. At his last accounting with the scales. Rath plus a tuiklsh bath towel tipped the beam at SOI pounds, the lowest he haa weighed eince his last pitching days with the Boston Red Sox. Hard work on the golf links and steaming baths are playing havoc with the Ruthlan girth. Ruth is In splendid condition and l confident of getting an early start In the harvesting of home runa. Mrs. Mallory Wins Her Match. : - '- ' '-. ' i I , I 1H - . . ' uafawaai, , . ' y, ' k .Jr M HI ssamwasMaBsssawsajawas- W. L. BATES. Regent W. L. Bates was elected at a meeting of the stadium committee Wednesday afternoon. KANSAS TAKES THE BASKETBALL TITLE - - - Defeats Missouri 23 to 20 in Final Game of Season First Team Since 1907 to Go Thru Season Undefeated. - Spring Grid Practice Starts in Earnest With Outdoor Workouts Coach Dawson Will Start Athletes in Open Air Laboring Under Many Handicaps. LAWRENCE, Kas., Feb. 28. Kansas University won the Missouri Valley conference basketball title defeating Missouri here Wednesday night,. 23 to 20. Kansas won sixteen games in the conference and was not defeated. Missouri finished second with losing only two games to Kansas, but must yet play Washington. This Is the first season a valley conference team has ever gone thru a season undefeated since tbe ehce was established In 1907. summary: Kansas Arkerman. rf Bowman, If Woir, c Endacott, rg Black, lg confer-The Totals . , Missouri Browning, rf Wheat. If Bunker, c ........ Vanlce. rg .... Hays. r l aurot, lg 0 Total . ... Referee E. lege. Umpir' university, fg ft rf pts. 0 7 S 7 2 o : 4 3 . o 1 o : 4 i o i : S " ' 8 13 s ' ft rf pt. 1 1 s 5 0 3 10 10 12 0 0 10 0 0 s oo : o 7 6 10 fO Next week, weather permitting. Head Coach Dawson will start spring football practice in earnest when he assembles the candidates for the 1923 team In' outdoor workouts. Right now he is trviis to figure out how to divide the time of track and grid men so these athletes may get plenty of training In both sports without hinder-Ins one or (he other. This adds another handicap to the many, any one of which could be well described as almost insurmountable, with which the HusVer mentor will have to contend In buildng t team for next fall. ' All Cornhusker followers are familiar with the devastating effect which graduation and ineligibility had on the team of 1922. To top this off Ne braska field will not be available for practice on account of the construction of the new stadium. Candidates for next year's team have not been permitted to get out of condition. Farley Young, fresnman coach, has been working with them indoors for several weeks. The only two Tegular linemen who will be back are Joy Berqutet ana Heinie Bassett. Both of these men have been working with the weights 4n track. ' Ced Hartman, logical successor .for Chick Hartley's" position at fullback, likewise hurls a nasty discus. Dive Track Attracts Bronco Athletes HASTINGS, Neb., Feb. 28. Interest in track and field games at Hastings college is steadily Increasing, according to Coach A. F. Holste. ., The Hastings team last year lost the state conference meet by only a small margin and this season, with many members of last year's team back, expect to take Initial honors. Dual meets with Nebraska Wes-leyan and Doane are in prospect. The interscholastic meet, founded in 1911. will be held . again presumably jn May 4. LINCOLN RESERVES TAKE GAME NoMe, who is billed for hla biggest football year, is one of the fastest dash men Coach Schulte has on his squad. Sam Weir, Superior, a first year man, looked good with the freshman team last fall an is getting better day by day with the track team. Doue Meyers. Beatrice high school star, is another track artist of promise. "Choppy" Rhoades, who Is going to make a great football player for Nebraska, is another valuable adjunct to the track team. He is pole vaulter and high jumper. Clarence Mackey, who may take over the pivot position made vacant by Peterson's ineligibility, is trying to divide his time between track and grid practice. Eugene McAllister, distance man on the track team, and an end on the football team, is another example o! the versatility of Husker athletes. Byron JJixon, ljneman in the fall and cinder crusher in the spring, puts another name on this list Captain Verne Lewellen Ja not only an all around track man but a good ball player. How he is going to arrange to split, his time equally presents a problem much harder than tht solution of tie mystery attendant up"on why.the laughing hyena laughs. Ladd Hubka, brother of Ernie, and a prom ising end, has been working diligently on the cinders. 'Both DeWitz brothers, Herb and Rufe, will be in the backfield. . And as tbe average vaudeville performer says as he slips Into the wings: There you are!" New Husker Coach . C Quiggley, St. Marya Col--I,eslle Edmond, Ottawa Attendance 3,000. . Hastings Defeats York Hi 22 to 21 HASTINGS. Neb., Feb. 28. Hastings high school nosed out York high here Wednesday night, 22 to 21. They overcame a lead of 15 to 10 in the first half. Vermillion sunk a free throw for the winning point in the last minute and was high point maker. Ostbloom made four baskets by mid-floor shots. The Bummary: York fg ft Ostbloom, rf i Calvert. If 2 Morgan, e 0 Ashmore, rg 1 Sprague, lg 0 Beat the University Place Quintet V 36 to 10. The llncoln high school basketball reserve team won a 36 to 10 victory from the University Place cagesters Wednesday night, in a battle staged In the Lincoln high school gym. From tha start of the Kame. Lincoln had the better of the fight King of the Lincoln five was high point getter, scoring a total of 12 points. The summary: . ... . , . . . Reserve Totalc Hastings Marvel, rf Vermillion, Smiley, o Itta, rg Conycruck, UcCrady, rf Totals lg I U 2 3 1 1 0 S 0 0 0 s ft 0 0 0 0 0 ptx. 10 8 0 2 4 21 pts. 4 12 2 2 22 Lincoln King, t . Acker, f Ward, f . Philip, t . Klpp, c .. lling. c Kahler, g Shapiro, K Brown. S Totals . . , VnUPlace-Aden. I ., . . Marsh, f ... 1 tennis, f Wermont, f . Iewey, c .. Ball, g Roaenberger, fg. i 2 0 3 0 6 2 0 ft. 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 ft. Jf. Totals Referee Jim Lake. 12 0 4 0 o 10 4 0 21 pta. 0 0 o o 4 0 4 1 COLLEGE VIEW QUINTET LOSES cleanly played. five was higri 10 points. The ns-r rARirv Feb. 2. (By tha .i.t Pru. lira. Molla Mallory, the American woman champ on. defeated M as May Green of England. -. In the second round of the Monte t'arlo lawn tennis tournament today. Mlas fctliel.etn t.n rnrm.rlv nf California, woo from Mrs. Ravner. England. -. -0. slrs ilallory la aim Blavinc a somewhat ragged game, but was aJwaa JuM good ennugtr 'today to win. CleVeland Hai New Pitcher. 5. CLEVELAND, Feb. 51 r!.ptches from v rmn at tjtkelAnd. n todlav brought the -'first announcement at bat the Cleveland Indiana have a new p tcher. He ta Albert Bpaulding. a native of Haverhill, Mas where be pitched for a team laat season. Among tve achlevementa was no hit game tn which tre only man to laei k first waa a hit batsman. Barnes Trinmpni Over Saraien. aflAatx. Fls. Fab. 21. Jim Ba-rea. fo-m-r national golf champion, and .lonnny Kar-rall of Quaker Ridge golf club, Xlammar-ooack. N. defeated tJene Barain, present natlana.1 er champion, and Jli . Hutchison, former Brttish open title-holder on tha thirtr-e'iht hole in their match n tha Hollywood links today. L . Killefer la Called Hoxe. . AVALOV. Fanta ratline Irland. Feb. ?S "William K liefer, manager of the ("hlcago National league baseball team today waa aw the way to Chicago, where h: w fe reported eertooaly M- He eirwcte to reach heme Frldar. Coach Pugey has taken charge of the players who are In tbe Cub camp hera for preliminary prevtK.s. Bchaefer Awy for Match. CHICAGO. Feb. 2. Jake rvheefer. firmer world e champion 111 balk Una b li ard player, today waa en rent to Xw'lork whara he will attempt to regain h i t t e freea Wtllla Heppw. March li. ii and 14 Lincoln Beserres Measure Suburban Five 30 to 18. The Lincoln high school basketball reserves defeated the College View oulntet on the suburban court, 30 to 18. The game was King of tbe Lincoln point maker, scoring summary : Lincoln King, c ,f Acker f Warde, f Klpp. c lAiwling, 0 Kahh-r, g Phillip, g Shapiro, g Brown, g Totals College View Brooks, f Manamp, f Knrrarm, c Wilson, g ... Inhelder, g ............. Totals Keferee LeCmeron- fg ft. rf P 3 4 1 10 0 0 0 0 4 0 1 1 10 1 0 0 0 0 0 6 (1 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 II 4 I "ii ti ft pf pts 2 2 1 4 0 1. 1 . 1 I 1 0 1 t 0 6 10 1 2 4 7l HcGraw Counts on Pennant. S"EW "TORX' Feb.-: -"With more' games to snare than last year, the New York Olanis will win the national league championship and retain their world's title next irawu. in the opinion of Manager John J. M'Clraw. delivered In Florida while en- rouie from Cuba to h e team a training ramp at Sen Antonio. McOrew, according to thce who quote him here today, feara only the Pittsburgh and Cincinnati teams. He w'U u-e O Conneii, i.i.ouo star I rem tn I'll" f coast league aa a regular center fielder, he said. Beckett and Carpentier to LONPON. Feb. IS. A return match between Joe Beckett and Georges Carpentler haa been f led for June 14. In London. The match waa previously scheduled for May 11. HAVELOCZ WIKS THREE GAMES Defeat Bethany Teams in Games Staged on Shoptbwn Court. The Haveiock teams won three games from the Bethany teams during the battles staged on the shoptown rectangle, Wednesday night In the preliminary game, the Haveiock girls defeated the Bethany girls 23 to 2. The Haveiock second team won a It to 13 victory from the Bethany seconds and the Haveiock first team scored a 34 to 23 victory from the Bethany first team. The boys played a fast game. Haveiock outclassing the Bethany five. The half ended 18 to 9 for Haveiock. Bethany staged a rally during the last half but were unable to overcome the lead piled up by the shoptown quintet The summary of the boys game : Haveiock fg ft pf pta Deady, rf 4 0 0 I Wageman. If 11 1 4 Holmes, rf 10 0 4 Warga. rf 2 0 4 Fimpson, c 0. 0 0 0 Straka. e 3 2 2 I McLaughlin, rg 18 1 2 Miller, lg 0 0 0 0 Seedbrog, lg 1 0 0 , I Totals IS 4 4 24 Bethany fg ft pf pta fthnman, rf 0 10 1 1-UTMly, rf 1 it 3 Grwr, If 4 I I Gorman, e. ,3 0 3 - Beaver, rg: ............ .- - - 4 Beaver, lg 1 1 2 Totals U 1 t 23 r.eferee Hill of Cniverslty Placet Expect Stiff Competition. CHICAGO. Feb. II. Record breaking Iiidoor Match Next Month. MTW TORK. Feb. 21 The national In- oor Junior track and field ctiamr onthipe ' for tllJ will bw held la Kewark. V J., March II, It wa arnouacwj today by the amatew athleti o noa. Firth 'Wins Twenty-third Game. FIRTH. Kes, Feb II Ft winning frwn Temple h gh of Ltnooia. 1 ta li Firth area Its wenty-hlrd gam out f twenty -ax plsved imp season. Shorten Goes to Cincinnati. rr. tOrT Fe. fl Cber'e lio-'en, tlllry ntOelder. hae bel aotd b the looal Americana ta the Ctw-nraatt Rerts T the wwlvwr rewta, It -era) aaeuSiC4 todaji. Meet 1 -' 1 '- - - t P I -- f vv b LUWIVI H 1 I STRIKE IB' 1 aaMaw i n-irmn i i rt I ( PROCESS 6rI5 11 B lADai6HTFUl H I j till!'' "BUY BUCK'S BOOTS" Style Without Extravagance H Mm Photo by MacDonald. EARL CARR. Third baseman on last year's univer sity team who has been offered the position to coach this spring's dia mond "varsity. Humboldt HolmeeTUle Hyannla Hardy ' Hold re ge Haltara Harvard Hooker Coonty Hampton -Indiana la Inman Johnson Waterloo Waeerly Weeping Wter West Point Weston Wahoo. Wllber Whitman Walton Tork Tutaa 229 QUINTETS HAYE ENTERED FOR MEET Twenty-one Added to List Wednesday, With Every Mail Bringing More Start Claasification Friday Afternoon. Twenty-one more teams added their entries to the list of competing quin tets Wednesday in' the state high school basketball tournament which is tn ha VietrA YfarnK ft n Bn4 1A Thaaa additions make the' number of entries j three rolled with the State Journal Hardy's took three games of the series rolled on the' Lincoln Alleys with the Union Insurance rive during the Wednesday night bowling session of the Commercial league teams. Armour and Company took a split series from the Postoffke while the Star PublishlnE company took two out of star, set a new world's indoor record and surpassed the outdoor mark for three miles in defeating Jole Ray, Chicago eta, in a handicap run at that distance at tbe annual games of the Knights of Columbus New York chapter tonight Ritoll time waa 14:15 15. The Finn won the race in a sensational sprint In the last eight mile, taking the lead from weary Ray, who had led up to that point It was one of the most exciting contests seen on local tracks in years. Ritoll and Ray, who started from scratch, being urged on by a field of handicapped runners. Jim Jefferies Is Bankrupt. LOS ANGELES. Cel.. Feb. II. Jamea J. total 229. Classification will start Friday afternoon. The list of quintets who have Just entered are: competition In all of tha major erenu of the fourteenth annual Drake unleersity relay carnival to ba held at Das Moines, April 27 to 11, seams assured. Judging from the performances of the athletes competing this year. Kenneth L. 'Tug" Wilson, director of athletk-a at Drake in charge of tha meet, today prepared & list of the more Important records established at previous Drake relay meets so that cinder track athletes may know In advance what kind competition they will ba up against. In tha university section. Nebraska holds the 440 yard relay record of 0:41 4-6, made In 1122. Wisconsin and Illinois Jointly hold the half mile mark at 1:21 4-1. The Badgers set this record In 1111 and the mini tied It In 1I21. Chicago Man Wrestling Champion, NEW TORK. Feb. iS. J. Vorres. of tha Greek-Olympic club, Chicago, tonight won the national amateur senior wrestling Cham pionshlp of the 135 pound class from C. placonis of the Greek-American A. C, New Tork in tbe finalbout of 15 minutes at the amateur athletic union's annual tournament at Madison Square Garden. Hagen in a Winning Match. FHEVSPORT. I -a-, Feb. Walter Ha- gen and Joe Klrkwood defeated William atehlora, local professional, and Charles Manning, Texarkana pro, one up In thirty-six holes of exhibition golf today. Tlaza' $8.00 a s: F2377 Call this number for prompt reliable garment cleanlng and pressing service. All work is guaranteed to please. DICK WESTOVEFL Mgr. Bnahnall Mlnden Grant Warsaw filoomfleld State Aggies Do reheat ar Scribnar Douglas Marquette Kearney Other teams entered Cambridge Guide Rock Clerks Swanton Falls City O'Neill W liner Friend Wayne Rushvllle - Ansley Ashland Alnsworth Atkinson Auburn Alexandria Albion Arlington Alvo Adams . Alliance Aurora, Broken Bow Bralnard Bancroft Bennet Beemer Beatrlcs Hartley Bridgeport loomlngton - Betvlders Burwell Bethany" Bladen Benson Blue Hill Burcnard Beaver Crossing fwle Cortland Clatonla College Vlsw Creston. Chester Clarkaon Carroll Chappell Cook Clay Center Clearwater Cretghton Prep Craig central Clfy uamearai, Crete Columbns Carleton Curtis Aggie DeWitt Deshler Dunning " " David City DHler Dunbar Dawsoa Dodge Dwlght Dannebrog Doniphan Elkhorn Elmwood Elm Craek Edgar Eagle Exeter Elgin . . Firth Farnam Franklin Ft. Calhoun Fremont Fairmont Filler Genoa. - Genoa Indians Greaham Gerln g Geneva Greenwood Gretna Grafton Glenvll Gothenburg Grand Island Goehnsr Haveiock Hastings Hickman Howelts Hebron Hebron Acad. Jonlata Kenasaw laurel Lyons Litchfield Loup City Lincoln I.swiston Uilford Mead " McCook " Mllllgan McCool Kurdock Madison Xellga North Band Norfolk North Piatt Nelson Nehrask City N4rmao Grove Otoe Omaha Cantrn.1 Omaha Tech Ohiowa Overton Ord Osceola Oroaha South Ong Odell Ogallals. l'llger Pawnee City Polk Palmyra Plymoutli Paxton Plattamouth Plalnvlsw Peru Prep. Papllllon Raymond (Lincoln) g0,?land JU1MIII Ravenna Kokeby Randolph Red Cloud Reynolds Rock CouirTy . Schuyler . Stromeburg St. Paul Sidney stapleton Spencer Superior Seward Sutherland fit. Edward ' Stockvllls ., . Pvracue Sterling Sargent Springfield Sutton Bpragus Stockham Stuart Stamford Stella Bcotia School tor Daax Stanton Taylor Trumbull Thomas County Trenton Tilden Tempi (LtBCoU) Tobias Talmaga Utlc UnL Puaes Verdon Valentin Venango Valpara is - Valley Waco company In the Industrial league games rolled on the Y. M. C. A. alleys, Grainger Brothers shut out the Evans Laundry and the Pinney Hot Shots carried away all of the honors in their match with the Y. M. C A. dormitory. The scoring: Hardy Fnrnltsjr Co. A. a Qriswold McBrlds ...... Stone A. J. Qriswold Franc - Blllhorn Ill ltX 151 443 IS! 120 161 111 11S ITS 131 14 117 159 1(1 151 Totals Olllespl Becker .. Davison Kettter McMurraa Cameron Totals Dutton . Wangh . Lemon .. Koenig Brauer Totals ", Elliott ' Daland Cook Root Moor -711 tnlen Ins. Co. 1H II!."r'. ioi. 131 143 v.. v,-l4 Til 740 1241 7 141 171 1SS let in its .171 141 c. 14S 114 US 144 140 147 141 i:s 116 130 13 317 114 3(4 117 411 1SI 474 Til 1041 144 170 113 144 145 741 rostofflor. : u 132 174 134 131 71 711 1101 111 127 144 171 11 Totals ..;...v . J0 Star Publishing I. Sip 15 14 Jennings 161 110 Stroud ! 147 Stem ISA 111 Weber lsl 140 -Totals I3J SIS Stats Journal Co. Duncan ' 100 141 Wadhsms 154 160 730 1111 157 111 111 117 111 731 Ills Sherburne Van blckle Prlc Totals . Griffith .. Sutton ... Johnson . WhitA "fttynolds 140 137 144 lb 8 140 175 SIX 4l 460 3S 467 Pinney s ... 77 S04 Hot-Shet. ... 14a J5S ... 125 143 ISO . 143 ... 171 1S ... 146 1 740 2J50 Jeffries, former hoawy-welght boxing cham-(. piou of tha world, textay, thru his attorney filed a voluntary petition In bankruptcy In the United Htates district court her, ajf-frlea listed his liaMtttles as I2HI.111 and ha assets as 1130 ISO, Including reil estate valued at 1114 100. His secured rialma were given aa IIS, 344; uneerurwd claima I9I.0IU; notes and bills "whlh sught t be paid by other persona," 111,714, sad ac-commodalioa papers, I14.I0D.. Vio Aldridgre Comes to Terms. ' C1IICAOO, Fb. It. Vie 'Aldrlg. stsr pitcher of the Chicago Nationals, the laat of th holdout on in club, has come to tonne and algned hla contract. Aldrlg will leav here tomorrow for th training ramp on Catalina Island. California, with th second aquad of playera With blades that rotat Ilk a lawn-mower, a new sty I awf ley rasor has been Introduced la England. w ; i I !jr I .:.:::y..-.-.-,:.:::,M. ?f? -- EaVVtC - wr jl. mr Jt. "m vr a a j r a -v if m r if aw mr -r bt How the printed fcdard scarf fa domiriaring spring raiment ! Thesc . new hats arc an echo of Deaimllc, and this evening's broada&ing from the Florida coaa. Dunlaphai cleverly combined them ' with the smartest of straw forms and wc advocate than as the . smartest of the smart! Totals 717 774) 700 1117 Y.M.C.1 Dormitory- Boyc t 116 134 11! 363 HoslO 1!4 ' 14S 11 392 Bartltt 1 406 114 4IS Misko , 144 i4s in 4a Fredrickson 163 163' 110 466 Totals ....77171777. 464 760 r 111S - Grainger Bros. Helser (. 134 161 140 43S Kersey 160 133 171 471 Pickett v. 130 153 110 403 Rctolnscn 147 167 174 471 Barr 160 111 131 4i Totals v 711 7S 747 1171 Evans Laundry. Swansea 177 lit) 111 411 Toung 11 150 156 414 Tantsi 133 131 126 391 ' Hansen , el 117 71 276 Loos II 121 154 174 . Totals ' ..60 (OS 114 1151: J0IE BAY IS SECOND IN RACE Sensational Sprinter Beaten ty Willie Bitoli, Finnish-American Star. NEW-YORK.- Febv 28. Wfllie Ritoll, Finnish-American long tUstance . HAIR GROOM I TRAM MASK Mtl, Keeps Hair Gbmbed 41 Thursday .C $ sue $ j I Pay ' COMB HAIR AND IT STAYS Millions' Keep Hair Combed, Glossy, Well-Groomed Few Cents Buys Jar any Drugstore Not Sticky, Smelly Eren stubborn, nnrnly or shampooed hair tUyt combed all day In any style you like. "Hair-Groom" is dioTiified combing cream which gires that natural gloss and well-groomed effect to your hair that final touch to good dress both in business anion. social occasions. Greaaeless, stainless "Hair-Groom" does not show on the hair because it is absorbed by the- scalp, therefore your hair remains so soft and pliable and so natural that no one can possibly tell joq. used It Advertisement. FASHION'S FAVORITE Wi!h a vajnp of lustrous Black Batin. ami bark daimilv IrimmH with Su.-K Uus Colonial Punip d!ti;hts tiK! yho vnah to ba in strp with Stjie, yvt Tasteful in Attire. '3aMlir'5f 9"s 7 Mf WIS"1 . at mwp mmmmMUkmA 1038 "O" Street Ariwy M Brand New With Breeching Thi Harness I Rebuilt for Farm Ue Come in and look them over before taring elsewhere. Thi opportTrnity will no last long . : All-le&tier Collars, (reg. 57.50 value) 3.95 20-foot Lines 11-4 inch 5 95 Hearr Haiten i............Wcy Hame Strap lfc 7-foot mtch Eeins, 11-4 inch ... 59c Buy now and b prepared for your Spring' work Lincoln Army and Navy Supply Company 211 So, 11th 8trt SEND FOR HARNESS CATALOG 211 So, 11th Stre 1 1 1 W A Spring Cleaning of Broken Lots and Odd Merchandise Thursday Only 1 Men's Shirts Fancy shirts, nerk band and collar nt-tached in reirular lies. Thursday $1.00 Men's Night Shirts Excellent quality outinir flannel. For Thursday $1.00 Men's Underwear Dress Gloves Medium welcht ribbed Union Suits cotton. Hold 1.50 and 1.25. Thursday And broken lines nf Lres Gloves. Oham-olsette and others. lhursday $1.00 Men's Hose Pure. ellk. full fashioned hose, at pair Thursday Neckwear Cut silk neckwear, handsome patterns real values Thursday $1.00 $1.00 Work Gloves Horse hlda out seam 5H Inch paunUets, very exceptional values Thursday Men's Hose Black cashmere rood Trearlns;, 20a quality, Thursday S pairs. Neckwear. Knitted ties, beautiful patterns. Value to 1.00. Thursday 2 for $1.00 Men's Hose Lisle hose, sailing rcxiilarly at 45c. r-aJe Thursday 3 for $1.00 Collars Arrow brand lines of Inundered collara. 20c quality Thursday 8 for $1.00 " Cotton Flannel Gloves. Gloves, leather fnrefl rauntlets, 4(io value Thursday 3 (or $1.00 - 6 prs. S1.00 3 for $1.00 $ MEN'S CAPS -n Broken lines of odd Caps left from our Fall and Winter lines, Thursday Boys' Furnishing Dept. Boys' Union Suits . Porous . knit athletic stile, Thursday 2 for 2 for $1.00 Boys' Caps Broken lines of Car" and lists, novelty styles. Thursday Child's Play Suit3 Boys' Knickers Assorted lot, Thurs day Broken lines of real valuer Thursday 3 for $2.50 "' SLOP Boys' Hose Black only. Piles 7 to 10. Bearskin, snd other fc-ood hese. Thursday - - Boys' Shirts and Blouses Collar attached and rrktnd style I't-and Madras. 1 liursday $1.00 4 prs. $1.00 $1.00 Jl" SUCCESSORS TO y 925 O STREET LINCOLN NEE

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