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About The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19?? | View Entire Issue (May 24, 1941)
I (BY CHARLES WASHINGTON)
“CHIT THE CHATTER WITH
WOODSON KEEPS LEAD
Woodson Center kept their two
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game lead in the Urban Senior
Circuit when they defeated Stars
7-5 Monday at 20th and Burdette.
Stars blew a 5-2 lead when in the
fifth they permitted Woodson to
-core four unearned runs. Stars
outhit Woodson 7 to 0.
TRIGG SPOILS NO-IIITTER
‘ Sonny’’ Richard Triggs spoiled
Richard Gray’s entrance into Boft
ball’s Hall of Fame when he was
safe on first on a neatly laid bunt.
While Richard was holding HSS
to their lone blow, his teams col
lected 9 runs and 7 hits from Ber
tham and Childs
IC’s BEAT STARS
Friday 4C’s beat Stars, 5-2 on
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the two hit pitching of William i
Edson. After two men had got
ten on basses by errors in the sec
ond, John Harvey singled to score
both runners for the Stars two
runs. Edson retired twfelve n»e»
before Rainey Merrill doubled in
the sixth. 4C's scored their five
runs in the fourth when they got
three of the four hits collected by
them from Ruthledge.
HSS, DEFEATS STARS 9-2
HSS. defeated Stars 9-2 in the
first game on the double bill of the
Urban Senior League Wednesday
at 20th and Burdette. HSS. scor
ed three runs in the second- Fred
uy Harrison opened the inning up
with a home run and after James
bad filed out and Peake walked,
Jack Childs homered into light.
Harrison also opened the fourth
with a homer. Stars got their
two runs in the sixth on a home
run by Slick Lee’s scoring C.
Merrill who got on by HSS’s lone
errdr. HSS. nicked Harry Rut
ledge for 11 hits. Paul Gibsm.
and Harrison geting three apiece
and Herb Peake and Childs two
each. Peake allowed Stars 2 hits a
homer and a single by Lee and a
single by Harvey. Herb had 7
WOODSONS COP 6-3 GAME
Woodson Center copped a 6-3
game from 4C’s in the second
game. 4C’s drew first blood by
scoring two runs in their half of
the first, but Woodson came hack
and scored four runs in second on
throws by Crump. In the third
Allen doubled and scored on Jen
kin’s triple. St. Clair Breakfield
pitching for Woodson, then retired
ten of the next eleven men there
by dampering 4C’s chances.
SENIOR STANDING OF MAY 19
Woodson 9 4
4C’s 7 6
Stars 6 7
HIS. 4 9
Monday, May 26, 4C’s vs. HSS.
—Stars vs. Woodson.
Wednesday, May 28, HSS. vs.
Stars; Woodson vs. HSS.
Friday, May 30, 4C’s vs. tars,
HSS- vs. Woodson.
JUNIOR STANDINGS OF MAY
Hawks 8 1
Orphans 7 2
Ramblers 7 2
Vikings 3 6
Knights 1 8
Tigers 1 8
Tuesday, May 27, Vikings vs.
Tigers; Orphans vs. Ramblers,—
Hawks vs. Knights.
Thursday, May 29, Tigers vs.
Ramblers; Orphans vs- Knights;
Hawks vs. Vikings.
STORZ PLAY TWICE
Storz’s Softballers Will play
twice this week in the Greater O
maha League. They play Metz
Tuesday and Wilson Thursday.
Games are played at Falstaff park
aad start at 8 p. m.
RAMBLERS PLAY SUNDAY
The Ramblers- of the Urban
Hi-League will play Kountze
Memorial Lutheran Junior Church
team unday at 2:00 on the 23th
and Burdette field. The Rambl
ers will play in their new blue and
gold jerseys for the first time
STILL TRACK CHAMPS
The Lincoln University of Mo.,
track team copped the Mid-West
Conference Track Championship
for the fourth successive time last
Saturday on Lincoln Field. Coach
Kemp’s thinclads, whose domin
ance was threatened by the three
other competing schools—Ken
tucky State, West Virginia and
Wilberforce—braved the stiff'
challenge and emerged the vic
Score: Lincoln 78. West Va., .39;
Kentucky 35; Wilberforce 1.
Their jackets will not be ready for
Sunday, but they will have them
by their league game on Tuesday.
LONG DEFEATS KELLOM 8-7
Long Grade Schol defeated Kel
lom 8-7 at the 22nd and Seward St.
Ball Park on Monday in a softball
game that went extra innings.
Billy Gray was the star of the
game for Long. His superb field
ing turned the tide of the gime.
It was the first loss for Kelldm.
DRAG ME DADDY 1!
H. H. Seems
to be “Coming on Strong” with
A. H. I hope no one intercedes
for evidently they are doing all
girls (L. P and D. S ) were seen
‘‘jiving” each other’s old men.
You two other “cool that jive" its
H. T. do when V- H. goes to
Kansas City and leaves him?
M. T. M. Is
going to have another “shiner”
if he doesn’t quit ‘‘loving” two gals
H. R. decide over E. W. E. and
I. B. or has he?
K. S. Seems.
to le getting friendly with M.
W- Keep it up.
came on with their parade Sun
day. They drew a lots of at ten
will break out in new jerseys
Sunday, when they play a white
team at 22nd and Burdette at 2
o’clock. Their jackets have been
delayed somewhat, but they are
supposed to be in next week. 1 ct
everybody come out for all the
fair males and females will be
Legs—Eva Mae Doris
Does J. S.
like A. M. or another northside
Expectations of Girls on Dates—
1. Be on time.
2. Wear clothes for the occasion.
3. Be agreeable.
4. Don’t flirt with every boy you
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5. Be able to be called “baby” or
other 3Weet names.
6. Be ready to be kissed two or
I’npulor Nick names
1. Willie McDavis—“Chink”
2. Naomi Downs—“Little Downs”
3. Wilbur Williams—‘‘Sleepy”
4. Doris Ransom—“Peaches”
5. Robert Fountain—“Pea Ball”
6. Jessie King—“Baby”
7. Ralph Montgomery—“Dubby”
8. Clarence Morris—“Pin Head”
9. Herman Washington—“Fritz”
10. J. C. Hunter—“Duniee”
PAGEANT OF NATIONS
BY NEBRASKA UNITED
Plans are taking definite shape
for our mammoth “Pageant of
Nations” to be given on Thursday
May 29th at Zion Baptist Church
in which we hope to have fifty or
In connection with the pageant
there will be a vocal contest for
Juniors and Seniors in High
schools. The Winners will be giv
en the trip to the National con
vention in Los Angeles, where, if
a winner,h e or she will receive
a 1100 00 scholarship applicable to
a school of their choice. This
feature alone on the above even
ing will be worth your admission
price of 15 cents.
One will also approximate 30
or 40 ushers in their full uniforms
on parade in drills.
There will be the Crowning of
Miss America, as the winner hav
ing sold the highest number of
Who will she be?
Prominent persons will have
parts in the pageant.
So, dear Mr. and Mrs. Public,—
please support this big effort of
the ushers and usherettes of our
The annual Sermon of the Usher
Board of Mt Calvary Community
Church will be June 1 at 3 p. m.
All Boards know your duties!
It seems that we owe the Beth
el Baptist Usher Board our do
nations, as they were having their I
Annual Sermon on the first Sun
day. Since it is our policy to not
ify at least each Usher Board or
president, even, if the state presi
dent wasn’t officially notified, nei
ther the secretary or absence can
be explained. To, Mr. Anderws,
I wish to say, please see to it that
notices are sent out at least two
weeks before, as you know some
of the locals only meet twice a.'
To Bethel Baptist Ushers, we
want you to know that we ar3 in
terested in your programs; r.hat
your support and cooperation is I
appreciated; but your attendance
al our regular and cabinet meet
ings will clear up a lot of matters
that appear rather cloudy. Come
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