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1IIK OMAHA 1JKK: W EUNhSUAY. Ollulir... I.
Yankees Will Win First Game From Giants, Says Veteran Scribe
World's Series Fans Eagerly Awair Cry of "Ump" Who Will Start Giants and Yanks in Battle Today
Cop the Contest
by 9-to4 Score
Art Nrlif and "Hullet Joe"
Bllsll to Oppose Kuril
Other ill Opening Bat
tle if Series.
n III (.11 It UrlllOX.
(Intake lira I ! H Ir.
New Voik, Oft. J. riii chips;
Score bjr Innings; it. II. H.
bankers I I t
Maul I f 1
liope Indications ma t hut t It Yan
licet will win III opening gain by
th score ft t I" I. McGraw seems
dctrmlned to slake everything on the
i fust game, figuring that if hs can
win It with Nehf ha will hitva an al
most even rhanee to rapture tha
c hamplonshlp. Huggln has decided
to tturt Bush, hla pitching scs, al
though "Bullet Joe" hna had a bone
lrulse.1 fs.t. Ilunglns la letting Mo
f.rjw do Ilia guessing as to how to
nrileh pitcher against pitcher, In It
elf a big advantage to tha, Yankee.
Tli" liiants now figure to hit Bush
a tnfla harder In the first game than
tn hla second, and should aenra four
nms. .Nlif mity last out tha first
Kama, In whleh case tha Yankees will
not make nine runs.' The approxi
mate d'pe score, based upon the
dips which Indicates tlvit Nehf. hit
hard. Mill be taken out In the fifth
t sixth Inning nnd a font right
hander (meaning .lonnardt substituted,
after which the Yankees should run
the acore up rapidly.
At 1 o'clock tomorrow "Xtl 11" Klem
.111 dust off the home plate, and
another worlds series w ill start. New
York'a two teams Cilants and Yan
keeswill struggle to deride the cham
pionship of New York, which of roursa
a the world to New Yorker,
The Yankees am' favorltoa for both
the gerlee nnd the first game.
The odda today shortened. Today's
beta were made at 8 to 6 that the Yan
kees would win, but the bulk of the
wagering, which Ja light, compared
with former years, waa at 7 to 6 and
ome beta were taken at to 6. On
the first game the betting wa to 6
tnd 11 to 10 on the Yankees.
The tickets are all aoll although
12.000 general admlaalon remain.
The teama had their final workout
today, the teama practicing an hour
each and a final meeting waa held
at which Instructions were given the
- playera. The umplrea were aligned
the first game, the Ulanta being the
home team will be handled with
Klem behind the bat. Brick Owena
on the bases with Illldebrand and
Hurry McCormick calling the foula.
Both teama are declared In excel
lent ahape, although there hna been
Kime worry among the Yank be
muse of Bush's bone-bruise, which
however, la declared to be' better.
The wagering, wMIe general, i un
usually Binall. Evidently the Giants'
' Vttors are wailing to ace how Nehf
performs lloyt of the Yankees ia
tald to have romo back strong in
the last fortnight and may be used
more prominently than waa expected.
for Hamline Game
Croightnn university footla!l labor
era reiurned to work yesterday after
noon on the Crelghton field. Coach
'Mac"Baldrige and the reat of the
aiaff of plKHkln protex-ora were on
the Job to ace that the Bulldogs put
in their regular number of non union
honra at practice.
The Baldrlge team won ita flrat
gam of the season last Saturday
against Routh Ilakota Wesleyans, but
during the contest it developed that
the CYeiKhton line needed the atten
tion of the conches. Yesterday Coach
Italdrice attempted to Iron out a few
wrinkles In the line and, with another
day or two of work with the front
wall, the CrelKhtnii hi-nd coach ex
pects to have the line ready to stand
like "StunewaU'' Jackson's line of
to Swim at Bermuda
New York, on. 3 An all star
group of Amrruai) mermaids, holders
of a large proportion of the world's
aiiutiiio records for women, will sail!
tomorrow for Bermuda to participate j
In a limning tournament to b held i
The parly of 19 Includes lirrlrude
'A r. mi iliMitme i liiiinpUin and
world a retold (uil.lrr at ai iu dis- :
Itiuri; Uclrn Wall' nwhl. all Siound ;
title htl'ir; fvbil Bauer, back at rik j
ar and Ailevn i gin and IHitatwtu
;.-Kr, premwr dmiig experts. j
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How can the average golfer do all
the things he wants to do, and for
get to do all the things he is sup
posed not to do in muklng hla swing
and still make it? 1 think 1 have
an answer to thai question and if I
am right a lot of players arc In for
a fine Improvement In their game.
Looping, pressing, jerking, slicing,
pulling, topping all these result, ac
cording to the common theory, from
failing to do some one part of the
swing just as It should be done. The
fact is, most of these faults can be
traced to one common source. When
the player really understands what
the source Is, and follows the simple
method of eliminating it, he can, I
think, get finally into the way of
seeing his tee shots fly far and
straight while his irons will yield
an accuracy new to his play. He
can, In other words, free himself
largely, from all the confusion of
what to do and what not to do in
making hla swing.
The answer to oil this is: Keep
the elbows in close to the body. ,
I just won another championship
with my elbows, so to speak. The
one thing I kept uppermost in my
mind at Kansas City, during tha
play of the recent Western Amateur
championship which I won for the
seventh time, was my elbows. Keep
your elbows in close to your side,
nnd everything else is apt to be as
you wish. Let them strny out, nnd
no one can foretell what may hap
pen to your stroke.
Tlayers who follow me for playing
aids will do well, my most recent
tournament experience hna indicated,
to make the first move in preparation
for a swing the lacing of both el
bows lightly against the side. Then
keep them there. Adjust the stance
to fit the elbows held against the
side. In the -ipHWing the pivot will
draw the left elbow slightly away
from the side, but hold the right
one In close do not let It leave your
aide. And remember to use the bent
follow through, keeping the left el
bow against the side on the down
stroke and the follow through. This
will keep your right hand under as
the clubliead goes through. Try it,
and watch your gnme Improve!
I have some further mental notes
resulting from the play of the Wes
tern Aninteur Ihst I might pass
alon?. Mere they are;
On wooden shots. 1 noticed on a
few of these that a real bow followed
by a full follow through gave m a
splendid hall. Keel yourself llilnd
tha ball ss it aria, feel the club in
ittir tliiiiiB. hit tha Kill npaards.
hen oii are !U mg it it hevuu
)oil ill ii. t folloa ihiouiih bent
enough. It Is surprising hnv mm ll
of I ha Job a clnhhead proper'. In
tiixlurad lulu Ih bill dw li ml
lng sh4d of tour clubbead, that
is like a prist fishier aha punches
(thtiit gtuii'f hts .4M hoiiittd
the blow It Ml ln.ifUi.it pltili.a of
tha clut'hesd at Ifce luna f tmtii
that tnNsrtsMy r..ik you gtt ))
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"Big Six" to Be Among Those
Present When Series Starts
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to fall buck. Full forward if any
thing. Don't forget to press that
left leg back, and let the arms go
through In a bent follow through.
There ia a great deal of importance in
the position of the hands on the fol
low through of these fust, modern
balls. I think that we should try for
tha "nil carry" shot, with a little
siiggCHtion of a slice, and therefore
your right hand la not turned over
aa you go through. Knther it stays
.under until the bull ia well under
way, and gradually turns over from
then on In the natural course of the
Umpires for Series
v Named by Landis
New York, Oct. . W. J. Klem and
V. McCormick, for the National
league and C B. Owens and Oeorge
llildebrand for the American league,
were announced as the umpires
for the world series by Commissioner
K. M. Landis.
Until last year 14 umpires had par
ticipated in the world's series since
the first was held In 1903. At that
time only two officials were used, one
behind the catcher and one on the
bases, as in ordinary major league
games now. The first two were ITen.
ry "Hank" O'Oay and T. H. Connolly.
Team Working Hard
Lincoln, Oct. 3. With five letter
men buck nnd a string of uO promising
candidates working hard eiiTfli day, J.
Lloyd McMastci'H, couch of cross-conn-
try at the University of Nebraska, this
year hna a more promising outlook
for the fit II harrier team than hns been
presented at Nebraska In years.
With Clair Bowman, the only two
year letter man in school ascaptain
of the team, McMualera claims to have
ft String of candidates far superior to
that of last till.
Letter men of 1921 who are awtin
pacing the five-mile stretch are Cap
tain Clair Bowman. A. L. Hyde,
(leorge Fischer, and VA Slemmoiis. K.
V. Allen, a 1:'0 letter man and star
miler on the crack Cornhusker track
team of l'i"t spring, is tilno noiking
'la cross-country uniform. Among
I promising mmlldaies are Kobert
j Weir, Thomas Ilogera and Juke
Kven Hankers (let ,
Excited Over Series
New WW, INI.' 3 r.ngsgrd In
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lulling the Hi an Wllh I lie (Wk
Bears to 4-to4
Tie in 12 Rounds
Lamli in Ceiiterfit lil Makes
It rill ia nt Tlirow to Plate in
1 2th and I lie Game
Ends in Tie.
Dallas, Tex., Oct, 3. The Tulsa Oil
ers and Mobile Bears staged a thrill
ing 12-lnnlng game here today, dark
ness causing a suspension of hostili
ties with the score 4 all. As a result
Tulsa retains lis advantage ,of two
games to one over Mobile In the inter
leagim scries between the tenuis.
The game was brilliantly fielded,
both teams playing errorless ball and
lime and time agtin making plays In
the field which cut off runs. The
finish was especially thrilling, Ijuub,
for Tulsa, making a brilliant throw
to the plate from center field to catch
Mullen In the last half of the 12th,
thus averting a Mobile victory.
Mobile lost a chnnce to win In
the llth, when Nlchoff occupied third,
and R. Williams first. A double steal
was attempted, but Niehoff was run
down by Crosby, Boehlcr and Thomp
son. Mobile's next chance came in tho
12th, when Mullen led off with a
double. Huhn sacrificed. Baker hit
a medium long fly to Lamb, who made
a sharp and accurate tlirow to Cros
by, retiring by three feet. Umpire
I'llrman then called tho game.
The teams left tonight for Mobile,
where the rerles will be resunieil, to
continue until one team wins four
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TotRls 41 13 3t 21
Halted lor Imifurth fn -enih.
Tulsa 211 Dim ins linn 4
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tll. MIIIHlt, I). Wlllltilllt. I'llttU, Nleholf,
R. Wllliaitia. Krrura: Nnne, Two-hail
hl't: liniifnrlh, Htuai-t, Mullrn. Ilnine rutin:
lin. It. Williams. Slnl. li Imav: M. Ii..f (.
Sm-i-ifl.-e hli: TlioiiipH.ni, liavit, Uiihn.
Ili; (iff Aroaia. 3 Is 2 Innlnca: r( Imn
forth, & In 0 mninsi- Hun: Off A'om,
3. eft llmifiirlh. 4. Sli.k mil: Hy iau
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l uUi. 3. Jllohll, 4. I.mlile nt l.anili
to i'r.ihv, I'liirnra; Pfirinari and liohucn;
Hitntiail anil (irnialo,
(riiles and Saints
to Open Serie Today
iLaliiinura, is-t, J The sw'alled
bllla amid aeries latweaii r.aliuooie,
(our tuns Mag alnurn f lha Inter
ii.illohul U ig'is and hi. I "n nl . i liniii
I Ions of the AmarliMii hm Uillon,
will get under way beta loiiioitow
ttftertiiHiit at J.S1 o'rba-k. Nina gaiiiet
Mia raaikad lha honors to go lo U
fnat lea oi liming fit a.
This atoles will be lha Ihiid t
en 1 1. a lan lam net. Itilliiiivra
lia.it Ml laid n snd Ul al
l.oiuatiila rarriad . tl ...iu.i
f-'f lha Annilran aai l.il on l
lownliif lull (more.
Hncing l)og Land
Htm in Police Court
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Coiiili Allison FitI Hard
Omnr Willi the Corn
lnikerii ut l.iiiriiln
i million, H l. 1st 3 irta--nl.l
Tiklnu Mdtiiui.iaa of n iiiiiiilx-r of
baaoiia learned in lha Vnnkluli ciiixli
l.ix I Kituiif.iy. the I'niveislly of Smith
Iiiikiitu I'oyiiiaa ac this i-k pie
paring for Ilia li.it lie with .Nebraska
at Lincoln, Haluiday. The team is
lurpiirlug a defense fur Nilnuska,
hut la doing little In ..ff.-io.Ka play
f ir th Cm nluiBker, e.iVing their
offensive a. oik for Hie Nmtli Isi
I.ola team, which pla) b' ie I'm kola
I'onch Allison lefilar.l In make
much comment on tha outcome of
the Yunkton siruvglo. ahl.h the
Co witis aou by a lone touchdown, 1
to 0. ,
The Coyotes, lioui w r, mud., no
ffort to pile tip .1 "core on the Orey
hoiinds. In fn t. If It bad not la-en
for a tlniely (anally it is doubtful If
the Houlli O.ikntaiiS would have
siiired, and Hie game would have re
suited In a 0 to 0 t. At all times
the Coyote adhered to straight font
bull, using nothing but end runs and
line bucks. At no lime did they at
l.inpt a foi ward puss or a fake. To
this offensive the Orcyhouuda used
Hie best defensive poesiblo. The line
men simply fell in front of the Coyote
line, piling up the Houth IXikota men.
The secondary defense played close to
the Una, fr the Coyotes aeriiiot
Qululnl showed well al ouarterback.
His flashy return of punts and gen
eral ability showed up to good ad
vantage, lnilwl did great work at
half, especially at . running inter
feience, while McDowell, who Blurted
at the other half, also did well, Hco
bell did some good line plunging, unit
looked Jt bis best while backing up
the Hue. Of the backs who went as
second string, Margolin took tho pre
mier honors. He 4ore off the longest
run of the day.nuio of 35 yards. Bob
Patrick also contributed a long run,
while Foster and'ADdueh both got a
chance In the game.
Of the ends, Deklotz, a freshman
from Klnndreau, showed up to the
best ndvnntase. Although light, he
gives great promise as a wing man.
Lowe, Unsmuhsen and Ifolleinn also
worked fit ends.
One tiling was outstanding In the
game. The Coyotes received no in
juries which made them take time
out. The sound is in the best condi
tion that any South Dakota teuin
lira been seen in many years.
y Vol Jkefzgvr
Q. AVbat is a safety?
A. A safely is made when the ball
in possession of a player guarding
his own goal is declared dead by the
referee, any part of it being on, above,
or behind the goal line, provided the
impel us which caused it to pass from
outside the goal line to or behind the
goal line was given hy tlie sialn de.
fending the goal. Ilule (, Section 16.
Q. Do men carrying the side line
sticks have any authority over the
,. Decidedly no. They are nothing
more than assistants to the Head
linesman. Rule 27.
(l How far must a klckoff travel
before it can tie recovered by the
side kicking off?
A. Ten yards, unless it sliilns an
opponent before that distance is (ra
veled. Hole 20, Section 1.
Q. Js time taken out between plays?
A. No. It Is only taken out during
the enforcement of penalties and at
Hie reiiuest of the captains or referee.
Utile II, Sections I, 2, and 3. ,
' y. I'layer catching klckoff behind
goal line makes an attempt to run It
out and is thrown before reaching
the field of play, What is the decision?
A. I nuclilincli, us the Impetus which
ran led It across (he g.ial Hue came
from opponents. It tile , Sect Inn 15.
Tin-; iii.stTi.ay to ISK.
Willi the bull ill your possession oil
your iipiHiuenl's !tnard line, fourth
down, h yid to go, the piny Is ob-
J viniis. l'e that play of the Inst three
j which has gained Hie most ground,
J Nothing suit eeds like success and 111
, f.Mil IniII on of the outManiliiig pi iic
ji iplcs of sin ce ia lo keep hainnit I
lug a wank fcisit of Ihv opihwii ion. If
Juu lima bun luttliitf one of their
KU.l:it 1. 1 titiklia fur colfl.li
"'". kep i liausitig jour lnWi
I ulsmt pi ui.l.r In ke.p them fia.ti,
and pound lil miiih nplNini'iil. He
will weaken lo.ua a.. I ih
! t'aina pi.. ii.,. .-a , luta plav it tha
play t.i i.i Ik re, .i,
I I iitiiir State !iiMiiiii..inii
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Tha Omaha Athletic club oin. i
sit at last hate decided that if tha
i lub Is lo be known us an Aihlotli;
1 1 uh llirra must lie athletes ready
tu uphold the latimrr of the O. A. C,
'I lia Drsl step toward d- . loping
athletes to i . pica, nt ttiu i lub wero
taken lust summer when II waa de
rided .i singe u lisck am Hold
llicel, A nut her meet will Iw held
netl spring, and wlnncis of Ihn
lurlows events will irprewnt the
It. A. C In i Niiili.iuil A. A. I .
I -a-l nlglil Ibe II. A. I'. a a si
lolled Hie A. A. I , mid wealern
sinaleiir biivlng l.uu nsineiil for
llinshs In inn. Tills I Sli.rtber
step lowsrd IMilHug Hie Alblcllc
I lub on Hie slblellc map.
Volley i.ull ii ml anlmmlug already
occupy a place on the O, A. I '. ath
letic pitiKiaio, but with llm addition
of luck events and boning It a.tio
that the Oinuba Athletic club In
really ifolng to step out and live up
In lis name of an athletic club.
I lilcagn'e "belleta" liiarsa rscea
Itiiisl be as liileresHiig ss tome of
Hie DkIiU alagetl in Hie llmalia
suditiirliiui Ibis esr.
H Is n slundon Ix-iwecu the New
York filanis and the Yankees on
one particular point. Ku, )i of their
best pltcli.-rs, Nulif and Bush, baa
a, stone biulse on his f.att. When
one coiisltlera the manner In which
some of I lie, iher pitchers have
been hit during the m-asou, II Is
surprising; to bum (,t there ure
so few la ul. s.
"Hud" ligun, weller, bv going to
flgbl some bird up in stout 4 fly
Thumd i) iilgbtjlii h sen.l Hlndiip
boiil, For sild boul lan, it is
said, will recede gl.Vl, which Is
about $:tm less Ihsn lie got for Ms
bonis in Oiuabs.
Knst year John Mi-'iraw tot tho
ciedlt for the Olanls winning the
world's series and tho players got
the cash and some fans think It
will be ii repel it ion this year. .
Omaha Ladies' h'gg societies
have Installed radio phones ill their
iluhrooiiis so that they ran get the
gossip filial -baud. Telephones are
The Athletics were t he first major
league club to bat out 100 homers
but the U-st ihey could do In the
standings was to bnt into seventh
Man Kolcbmaineii of Hnland yes
terday broke Hie world's record for
3(1 kilometers. One might say that
he Is a finished runner.
Sully Montgomery, alar football
player at (enter college, turned
boxer and in one of bis bouts he
was knocked out by Carl Morris,
which makes us wonder if Mont
gomery was really as good as they
claimed he wa. For If Carl Mor
ris ran knock out a man he must
be worse than nothing.
Everett Scott's Consecutive
Game Record Nears 1,000 Mark
New York, Oct. 3. Kvurett Scott,
shortstop who will take the Held with
the Yankees tomorrow in the llrst
game of the world series will finish
the American bngue season this year
within 14 games of his goal playing
in l.UOO consecutive major legue con
tests. His streak of S straight games,
far beyond all previous records was
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Hard for Next Game
Coach Hi hini.ll of Central high will
take Ills pridirnn performers across
the "lllg Muddy" Into Iowa Hattirt-
.lay lo meet lha Hhenattdosh f'MilUill
Central will lur watching Oils
season as waa shown in its victory
over Cinlgbtoil last Week, llows
wire brightened yesterday when Mo
Dcrinott, a I'urple veteran who bus
lean oil the sick list, onie more
dunned th inoleaklns,
Tim Centriil mentor has a wealth
of trick playa nnd formations to
kite bis backs, although etrulifht
fisitbnll can la. relied upon with such
men as Howell Ijiwson and linlloway
doing l lie pliioL-lng. Huff workouts
and si rliiiiiiiiK.-s will lie most of the
week's prot.-1'aiii with new foniiutlous
and "skull' practlco using up tha
Mail) Amateur Atldelie
lenta Avturded Omalitf
, At Hi" auniial meeting of the M.d
AVestern assiainlloii A. A. I.', champ
lonshlp coinniitlie belli at the Omiihn
Athletic club last ntabt, champion
ship events for 1923 were allotted.
These I Me athletic events will be
held under the auspices of the Mid
Western aaaoc.atioii of the A. A. I.'.
ami records made will eland as of-
The Omaha Athletic club was al
lotted boning, oiitibsir track and field,
volley ball and swimming tourna
ments for the com ng year, while the
Crelghton uuiversty Is allowed to
sIiikb a wrestling and men's swim
ming tournament In 1923.
The Nicholas Henn hospital of this
city will stage a women's sw mining
tournament next year, while the Uni
versity of Iowa was allotted a men
and women's tank tourney, I
The entrance of boxing Into the
ranks of the A. A. In this city
murks what is expected to bo the
(irowlh of Intercity amateur boxing
Iowa State Harriers
Start Daily Workouts
Ames, la,, (lot. 3. Four of the Iowa
State college cross-country teams have
already started their year's workout
und many more are expected to Join
tlicrn after registration has been com
pleted. Captain Lloyd Rathburn, sensational
mile and two-rnlle runner of last
spring's team, in addition to bis Stel
lar work on the crosscountry team,
has been working on the cinders for
the past week.
OeorKS Kenton of Danville, la., and
Keith Brown of Marshalltown, last
vMr'i letter men. have been workina
out at home and are In excellent !
shape, accordlnK to reports from the
i coach's office. Bierbaum, who won his
j letter In the sport last year, will be
eligible again this year as will Hallo
well. started June 20, 1916 with Boston.
He was with the Ued Sox until traded
to New York last winter. The record
nearest to Kcott's is 577 games made
from 1SK5 to 190 in the old American
association and National Icugue by
George ii. Binckney of the Brooklyn
team. Fred Luderus of the Philadel
phia. Nationals holds the modern Na
tional league record 533 games, play
ed between 191 und 191!'.
Results of Games
Will Be Flashed
to Far-Off Asia
Wireless Will Inform Ship on
Seen Sea Outcome of
Contest Kadiu Set
to He Used.'
New York. lh-l. i tIJy A, V H
l!ahsl, America's national sport,
will itrl.o to the dignity of an Inter
lisllonal eplsiale tomorrow when (he
lo. nl National and American league
tenuis im.i lAttlt, fur His 1322 world
Keen as Is Ilia Interest which wilt
focus on the historic I'oto grounds
from all n.iIoiis of North America,
j when the OMiits and Yankees crisis
bats, hardly less surprising are the
arrangements made to flash the re
sult of each gams lo distant lands
where laaelmll la UI a name rather
than a iirt.
Although lucking International com
petitive character, the outcome of the
play holds International Interest.
Judging from the preliminary plans
announced tha scores and high tights
of every contest Will be cabled to
South Anerica, Kurope and Aslatio
countries while ships on tha set en
seas will learn lha outcome from wire
less waves. With su.i worldwide
Interest Illuminating tha series the
zone of conflict la shlaas with base
New York and Its Inhabitants to
night apparently had dropped, for
the lime being, conversation hinged
on whether "Babe" Jluth of the
Yanks would wreck the Giants ma
chine with his hotua run bat, or
Arthur Nehf, the National's pitch
ing ace from Terra Haute, would turn
back the heavy hitting Yanks In the
Initial clash of the series. ,
Radio Hels Coma in Handy.
Telegraph and cable wires radiate
from the Polo grounds to all points
on the compass. Hcore boards and
player boards with their varicolored
lights glisten from points of van
tage In all parts of tha city. Thou
sands of fans alio will never see the
inside of the baseball coliseum during
the series, will follow every play from
these boards or radio descriptive serv
ice to be broadcast miles beyond the
sight of the (Slants' stadium.
It is the old story of a house
divided against itself.
Kant against west In a world series
and New York roots for the home
team, regardless of tha fan's league
affiliations. Tonight, however, the
baseball atmosphere Is surcharged
with the most crackling of all rivalry,
for internal dissension regarding the
ability of the two local teams and
their individual stars have divided
the fans against themselves.
World Series to Be
Reproduced at Auditorium
Omaha baseball fans, who would
like to see the world series, but are
unable to make the trip to New
York, will have an opportunity to see
every play that Is made at the I'olo
Grounds reproduced av the Audi
torium here a hugh electric score- ,
board has been erected for the oc
casion. According to Charles Franke, man
ager of the Auditorium, none of the
details will be omitted. The enter
tainment will start at 1 tomorrow
afternoon and continue each day un
til the series ends. A small admis
sion price will be charged.
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