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THE EEE: OMAHA, SATIT.D.W. MmU 1. 1922.
Dennison to Play "Moses Role"
for Amateur. Sandlotters-
Open School for Muny Umpires
Will Meet Butt for Title
' Chut ttbH" 4 the rry t
up in major kdiiue eirclM til IV.U
lolloping ih rHJurc of lltt "fixed"
criei in IVI'I,
Orfi.niiH brlll che Ju!gc
Kfiif4 Mounuin I.iwli lo pUy
iti "ilosci role" ti4 Ifid it (rem in
l,itt! ol rorruitiioii.
Now the !4 saint i running
Hut the Mr-r'acltmg haml f tfie
Moci ol ontiiicl lball" ii!4
lo fxtrnd to the KiiJIoiirr. and thif
upring Joe Hummel, fiy commi
tinner, let out a cry im!W to that
which went ujt in If 20.
HKoulyiiu, wrangling '"' 11
other uncouth thing niul be cut
nit of mimifur baseball." dciUrnl
t lie commissioner, mitt he selected
Johnny (Dynamo) Urnnion. veteran
J layer a4 manager, to it
utige Landi in Onulu amateur nr.
Lut night "Dynamo" notified the
city commissioner that he would ie
eeit the job.
The "peerle leader" lue
control over all gainei on municipal
UiamotiUi and win act at umpire-in-chiel
or muny arbitratr.
He aIo will be held accountable
for the conduit of tcmt on the
"Il'i going to take a mail with a
thorough knowledge of the game to
nut it on the right basic, and I be
lieve 'Dynamo' u the man for the
job," JIummtl declared tin morning.
Dftwison's first act m supervisor
will be to conduct a achool tor um
w.. m ilia
SKGU.V. TEX.. March 31- The
two biggest towns in the country
New York and Chicago, of
course again fought it out far from
Ikmii and high mil. Srguin nude
it a naiiuiul holiday for Srguin, any
way; all the flmr and feed merchant
closed their thoi and put on their
Three thoand bird turned out
la watch the contest and to take their
firt economic look at the champions
of the world and tulurbt.
They aremed especially interested
i'i the so-called (Hants "million-dollar
infield." That's a lot of money, even
Meinie Groh'a bottle bat also
knocked off its share of admiration.
When Heinie graba that big
stuffed bat and steps to the plate
he looks like one of the neighbor's
children stealing a board out of a
fence. The bat has swollen ade
noids and resembles a bass fiddle.
Heinle looks like a musician at
the plate. If there arc any mice in
Texas thry sure will follow liroh
north., They'll think he is the Tied
Piper of llameliu.
Playfellow would certainly like to
bit a good meal out of that fancy
Lumber. It would make good dessert-after
all the tough wood that
Playfellow has been eating in Harry
Sinclair's mahogany stables.
The Giants were very eager to
grab today's game to balance Son
day's slap m San Antonio. Mc
Graw took his prize pupils along.
The ones left back figure they are
scheduled for the second team's
tour of the swamps and marshes.
Hugliie Jennings threatens to join
the sun-bunted clinic. Hugliic's face
has been getting redder and redder
until last night it looked like a toy
balloon in a forest fire. McGraw
thinks that the infection is due to
some skin lotion the boys have been
rubbing on their faces before practice.
Whatever it is, it soon gets bet
ter and nobody has suffered any
ill results. But the Texas sun is
a tip-off on the famous sun of Cali
fornia. Johnny Raw lings lives on
the coast and had to come to San
Antonio to gr ab himself some real,
incandescent, tan, Johnny is better
If the sunburn kecs up the boys
will "finish the season in gtnfkan
sunbonnets. - ' - .
Runcrs Start Galloping
, Over Bowb Track Today
Baltimore, Md., March 31 The
most brilliant season' of racing in the
history f the "sport of kings" in
the Oriole state will be launched
at Bowie this afternoon. An ex
cellent program, headlining the In
augural handicap at seven furlongs,
has been arranged by Secretary
McLcnn for the occasion attd noth
ing but extremely adverse weather
cat, pre rent a reco-rd-breaking crowd
from being on-, band to welcome the
return mi the ttero-nsghbreds.
The gee-gas' will hold forth' at
the Southern Maryland Agricultural
associations" course until April
14 and during the interval serveral
rich purses will be contested for in
cluding the Terminal, Midway handi
cap, Southern Maryland handicap,
Paikway handicap, Martha Wash
ington purse and the Prince George
(By ColHWn Xesm Burma.)
1 Bo crae. Trickles to Lake
Elyria, O'., March 31. Wlcff
Fatrolirwn Sweet pushed an electric
button at a ealooo to gain entrance,
spectators within admitted $23
worth of grain alcohol was auto
matically dumped to the sink, the
fluid starting ora its course to Lake
Q Man a tawraament, committee the
rich cWss the coarse t membra er
their gaeMs wfce don't happon to fee Play
nn rn the toarnaraest ?
A, Tire rutin of golf float w mrii
matters, but B eetmmittee win utttiwilrt
edly have the supnr of rtsu etub otti
Q. It a player of r match loses a ball,
and. while looking lor It, signals another
match to play through, has he a right to
go ahead and play, if he finds the baU be
fore the following match gets through?
A. o. The following; match should be
allowed to play through when once inrlt
ed to do so.
t. Is it permissible to lift a bsll from
a depression caused by the hoof print of
a horse used to draw a mower or other
agency and drop it without penalty?
A. o. unices conditions of this kind are
so pronounced that the committee estab
lishes a local rule to that effect.
. Q. Is there a penalty for playing a ball
other than your own. aay for instance
where the ball ia played from the rough?
.. penalty, provided the error Is dis
covered before yott have played a second
troae with the ball. .Artcr recovering
from a hazard yon may play another
stroke then learn your mistake and car
rest it without penalty.
Has the penalty for out of tounds of
stroke and distance been officially chang
A. e. Vut the I'. S. G. A. authorises
ard recommend that where frequent eat
f bounds ere likely to be encountered, the
dab e-tablikhe a local role ef distance
enty. .The penalty ander IV. O. A. rules
" i distance only.
If any golf rales rwssle you. write
I he Sports Kdlter of The Bee-enclea-Irs
-isaipeu return, envelope,
Rire Drff-U Wimcr
to Indoor TrnnU Mcfl
Ilnlatlelphia. March JI. i-Vatur
ing today's matchf in the tingle,
of the middle slates indoor tennis
tournament, Lawrence Rice o( Boi
ton defeated A. I- Wiener, Fhila
tkl,hia, in the second round, 6-1,
6-2. Wiener, who is only 14. showed
remarkable form against his oppo
nent, who lu$ won games from W.
T. Tiltlen, II, the world's champion.
flic (ten defeated Andrew Morgan,
rh.ilsd-ll.hu. !, , In the first round.
i)i a-r nialchee In Iba second jouiid in
cludul: Mallae Johnson. I'blladelphla, d-frl.t
C, Jones, I'liilsdclphla. !; Vim-ent
Kirbards. New Vorh. dctrated J. i. Tay
lor, I'hiladelphla. !, -l; Arnold Jones,
I'rovlU-nce. uefrated t. Kcltsrr. 1'hllsdel
phia. Kills (Itmliel. jr., I'hiladel
phla, defeated K. If. Il.llsd, rhlladel
.h is, in . J-!; I'rslg Middle. I'lnladel.
phia, defeatad M. Vanneman. t'hllad-lphia,
i-i. i-l. t-i: l.lndlry Murray. Niagara
Kail, defeated W. Mt-Ulame. I'blladelphla.
The hardest fought eont.-st of the day
waa between Uhnbel and llaadeslad.
Murray also won from Herbert Sucher.
Oakland Brats Cubs
Oakland. Cal., March 31.-0ak-laud
beat the Cubs here Thursday in
a ,ame that was called at the end of
the eighth inning on account of rain,
14 to 5. The Cubs' were or! their
stride completely and many substi
tutions were made. It was a day of
wild pitching and the battle dragged
along. Kaiu started to spatter dur
ing the seventh inning, which did
not help matters any. Before the
Oaks could be retired in the third
they had scored 10 runs.
J y.O.V-1 "serfs, .-?
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Star Giant Recruit
Fights Off Influenza
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cifee Willie Sinsnr in a l.s.rmimt liniif at NVw Vnrtt. HnlT anil SharLev
will be matched in the near future.
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iai loore ucais srnaeiicr.
Peoria, 111., March .11. Pa! Moore
of Memphis put on his usual victory
tonight in his 10-round bout with
Herbie Schacffer of Chicago.
But the flash ' knew he was in a
fracas, particularly in the final two
rounds, when the lad from Jim Mul
len's stable stood up and took two
or three stingers to get in a couple
of wallops and he got in more than
a couple, but Moore's lead was so
big in the early sessions that it
would have taken a boxer with trip
hammer to even things up.
Texas Fielder Gallops After
Fly Ball and Falls Into Creek
Omaha Bee I .eased Wise.
Vicksburg, March 31. After five
and one-half innings of play the
White Sox and Mississippi college
were forced to desist yesterday be
cause of rainfall. The bob-tailed pro
ceedings brought no regret from the
athletes, however, as the battle was
staged in a comical ball park and
whenever a man moved around he
was in danger of breaking a leg or
When Umpire Owens halted the
affair the Sox were leading by S to 1.
The pitcher who faced the Sox
was one Joe Edwards and "Kid"
Gleason thought him an excellent
prospect. Upon snooping around,
however, the Sox boss learned that
the lad belonged to the Cleveland In
dians. The feature of the afternoon was a
Brodie performed by "Bib" Falk in
left field. The Texas lad went in
pursuit of a fly ball and suddenly
dropped from sight. When he came
back into view he was drenched. He
had fallen into a creek. It was neces
sary to use this field because the
league park is buried under the back
waters of the Mississippi.
Cleveland Breaks Camp After
Unsatisfactory Training Trip
Cleveland, March 31. The Cleve
land Indians broke camp at Dallas
today and start north tonight after
one-of the most unsatisfactory train
ing trips eyer taken by a major
league team. The players had very
little real practice in the five or six
weeks they spent at the Texas city
because of unfavorable weather.
' The team will be split into two
sections, the regulars going to Okla
homa City, and the second team to
Wichita, where they are scheduled
to play tomorrow and Sunday.
T leers Beat AugMNta.
Detroit,- -March 81. Another practtoe
gam between the Detroit Americans and
the Augusta,' Seuth Atlantic league team,
was ea today's program at the training
camp, where tha Tigers are rapidly
reuroding into championship season form.
Yeeter&ay, Detroit wen a 6 to 1 vic
tory ever the Augusta team.
Cub Hurler Bit Hard.
Chlcao, March 31. Four of Manager
Killefcr's Chloaga National's pitching
staff were hit hard yesterday by the
Oakland, Cal., club, and but for a patter
ef rain In the elfkth inning, the report
B3tht eve have been worse. When
rain atepped the contest with one lnntag
te ko, the Cubs bad only i runs against
14 far Oakland.
The Chicago Americans, who are now
playing ene afternoon stands tllrough
AllsIslB4, played five Innings yester
day la a drizzling rain with tbe Miss
issippi college nine as their opponents.
The result was S to 1 lo favor of the Sox.
Bods-en Beat Yanks.
New York, March 31. Brooklyn com
muters were happy this morning, as the
rssult of yesterday's baseball game be
tween the Dodgers and the Yanks, which
the Dodgers won, i to 1, in 10 innlnirs.
The Memphis team of the Southern
league could do little with the pitching
of Douglas and Hyan of the Giants and
the McGraw clan won, 4 to 0. The two
teams meet again today at Jackson, Miss.
Senators Again Trim Braves. -
Washington. March 31. The Nationals
made five hits go a long way In their
5 to 2 victory over the Boston Braves
at St. Petersburg. Fla., yesterday, their
fourth win in six starts with the Hub
team. Rice's circuit cjout Jn the eighth
Inning vith two on was the margin of
fhllUes' Break Camp.
Philadelphia, March 31.The Phllsdel
phla Nationals broke camp at Leesburg,
Fla.., today, and started on their home
ward Journey. Their first stop will be
Columbia, S. C, where they play tha
South Atlantic league club tomorrow.
Of the nine exhibition games played at
Ijeesburg the Phillies lost only one.
The Philadelphia Americans and St.
Louis Nationals were scheduled to play
the fifth and last game of their exhibi
tion series today at Baton Rouge, La.
Wings to Confer With KewJi.
Cincinnati. March 31. Ivy Wlngo, man
ager of the colts' division of the Cin
cinnati National league team in two
games with Columbus at Evansville Sat
urday and Sunday, has wired Eddie
ftoush to meet him there Sunday. Wingo
said be was not authorized by the club
to make any sort of a deal with the
holdout center fielder, but wanted to talk
things over with him In a general way.
We have just received a fresh
supply of this good fuel. Tele
phone us if you do not know its
Updike Lumber & Coal Co.
4500 Dodge Street
Anderson and Hunter
to Meet for Tennis Title
New York, March 3!.--Frank T.
Anderson and Francis T. Hunter,
bpih of Jhis city, will meet tomor
row for the men's national indoor
tennis championship, each having
won his way to the final round ot
the 1V22 titular tournament today.
Anderson defeated S. Howard
Yoshell, 9-11, 6-.1. 7-5 Hunter won
from George C. Shai'er. 6-1, 6-3.
Morgan Mat Captain.
Annapolis, Md March 31. Harry
R. Morgan of Ohio, first class.' has
been elected captain of the mid
shipmcu's wrestling team for 1923.
Ralph Shin. i
after an ill
ne of v
hi wares at
Haiti Stops (,olf I'luy
in North ami South Tourney
rinrhurtt. X. C. March 31. The
Hi mid round of the noitli and south
open olt ili.imuunhip van c.r.i
rckd kite today when a hravy ram
made the Mud piiiiinn grreiu un
playable, I'ut O'l 1.H4, Kicliiiioud
county, hud finished hU u court
lotiml in 33-36 W before the ruin.
Doiuhl J. Ko aiinoiiiK-fil that the
cliamr ioiiship would be decided by
the first round and the lat two
round u Inch will be played tnmor
tow, making it a 54 hole lot in
stead of 72.
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TAKMAMA Apr. 1 May 17
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11 DAYS MORE
KELLEY & KELLEY
No Brothers No Relations, Just Clothiers,
113 South 16th Street.
CLOSES FOREVER ITS
DOORS TO OMAHA!
473 Men's Suite and Overcoats still remain
hanging on our Common
"GAS PIPE" RACKS!
They'll have a new home in 12 days!
221 Men's Suits will change hands in the
greatest 1 day's selling in the clothing
annals of Omaha!!
Exactly 221 Suits that ' are selling
TODAY at $40.00 and $45.00! This low,
astounding price will make them move
from our racks like a December snow
before a July sun!
COME EARLY ASSURE YOURSELF J
of one. or two of these splendid Suits
priced off our gas pipe racks at
Nowhere else on Earth are such splendid suits
associated with such a low price! Positively the
"Cream" of Suitdom is now being offered to you
at a ridiculous price !
A few Suits remain for more!
A few Suits remain for less! !
Overcoats at positively "give-away" prices! ! !
The Men's Shop
Sixteenth to Seventeenth on Harney-Main Floor
Men-Here's a Real Sale of
Athletic Union Suits
Men's union suits of excellent quality
nainsook, madras and mercerized ma
terials offered at but a fraction of
their regular selling price. An oppor
tunity to purchase your summer under
wear at a great saving.
Sale Starts Saturday at 9 a. m.
Burgsst-Nasa Main FKsar
Made of good quality muslin,
full cut, plain white patterns, or
trimmed with braid. Standard
garments, priced at
New Hats for Men
We are now showing the new
spring hats in the wanted stylet
and colors. Mallorys, Stetsons,
Crofutt & Knapp, priced at
$5.00 to $10.00
New Spring Caps
In the new spring colors, tweeds
and checks. Priced at
$1.95 to $3.50
Burfess-Nasa Mala Flaw
Men s Spring Suits
$30 to 50
In the springtime when everyone is stepping out
in new clothes, it is folly to envy the fellow who is
wearing new clothes. You can be his equal by buy-"
ing the same kind, for they are truly the most eco
nomical. For real styles, tailoring and fabric our
clothes will give you 100 per cent value.
Single or double-breasted
models two or three-button
effects jazz models with
high waistline and flared
back; All of the newest fab
, rics, including tweeds grays
and browns in checks or
BurfesS'.Nssh Main Floor
$10 to $16.50
Good, durable suits with that
mannish appearance. Most of
them with two pairs of knickers.
For boys 2J2 years to 17 years.
Suits for dress or school wear.
Burfess-Nash Main Floar
$1.25 to $2.50
$1.00 to $2.50
$1.25 to $3.00
Burf tss-Nssh Main Floor
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