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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SUNDAY, MAT? CI I 13. lfiO.1.
BASE BALL BIRDS SINGING
Oom'nf of 8prin3 Tima Opens tb.t Voice cf
tie Omaha Crank
E FOR HOME ROASTERS TO HOWL
U They tlon'l tit-t In Their Work Kow
They Mar J(tfr, for tha
I'laln fcKnon Mill
oon Be On a.
Winter's backbone haa teen broken and
knocked out of Bight; the groundhogs
fcrophpey has eiplrrd b7 atatute cf llmlta
iFodb and the roblna and Jaybirds and even
tjhe street-cleaning forre point to the ar
rival of spring. Tapa Bill baa sent trans,
portatlnn to his hired men and It won't
be many mora Sundays now until the rest
lesa fana can roost on the aunnjr bleachers
and enjoy themselves aa only a thirty-third
degree crank can. We re to have good ball
a Rain this summer, and that's no Josh. All
that old gang of sure-enough ball plnyers
will bo with ua once more, and one or two
new onee, so the promise for the snrt of
ball we enjoyed last summer la excellent.
VNow, you home knockers get busy. Bwlng
our hammers on Hlckey anJ Stewart and
Cenins and Dolan and Carter and Oonding
Just aa you did last year, and roast the
msnagemcnt. Thla Is your season; but It
will only be a few weeks until the thon
sands of loyal supporters will be too busy
cheering tba sharp fielding and hair-raising
base running of these boys to pay any at
tention to the yawp of the home master.
Old Dave Calhoun will be mlased oft first
base, but the bag will be filled by a young.
Bter who can field the posit Ion, can run a
baae a few and has been known to make a
hit every once In a while. He finished the
aeaaon with Omaha and waa batting away
Up near .400 at the, close. Rven the great
Stone was below him. Thla la Johnny
Wright. Ho'H make Davy's absence very
apparent. Stewart on aecond will be Just
aa young aa ho was lust year, and after
Ace gave up the Idea of fielding hot ground
ers with hla feet he waa a wonder. More
than that, he'a the beat field genersl on tho
circuit and can turn more tricks during tha
course of a game, and make them go, than
any man In thf Western league. What Ed
wile Hlckey doesn't know about the game
ouldn't fill many dictionaries, and he has
'put In the winter taking care of the In
juries he received laat aeaaon, ao that he
expects to report in condition to play the
game. Joe Dolan baa been In good shape
11 winter, having only to heal two or three
broken fingers and a few minor things Ilka
that. We all know the aort of work ho
does at short. Frank Oenlna hasn't forgot
ten any of hla Infinite knowledge of base
ball during the winter, and atlll says he
rather play in Omaha than anywhere
In America, so we have reason to look
e beat thla acknowledged prince of
outfielders can do. And "Nick" Carter
hasn't done a thing since last rail but
make moonrhlne whisky and dream of steal
ing bases down on hla Tarheel farm. Did
you ever see "Kick" steal a base? Well,
he'a one man who can keep everybody on
tha other aide guessing. He waa the best
baae runner In the league last season, and
lt'a not likely they have dug up as good one
tor tnia year, ir they nave. Carter will let
cut another notch and ahow the boys what
be can do when he'a crowded. It'a no uae
talking of Johnny Oonding. He'a alt tho
money when It cornea to catching. Ever
aee 'em ateal baaea on Johnny? No? Juat
go out 'some afternoon and watch 'em. It'a
worth the price of admtaslon juat to aee the
ambitious try "the experiment. They are
all hoping to catoh. Johnny some afternoon
when hla arm isn't working.
rai i au
Much Joy. Papa Bill anared a pitcher.
Ha haa swapped hla extra first baseman,
Whistler, for Bruner, the aouthpaw who
made such a tear In tha Southern league
laat aeaaon. Thla glvea ua at leaat one man
to atart the aeaaon on. Then there la atlll
tba chance that Podge Alloway will be
traded for another good pitcher. . Theae,
with the big string of youngsters on the
Hat, will be enough to atart with, and the
"old man" atlll has hla books out for some
good material. He baa had a lot of trou
ble, but believes the sky la turning blue
again. Holp that haa been promised him
by big league managers la aure to reault in
a good pitcher or two, and then there'a al
ways tha proapect of Brown or Owen re
turning for the aeason. Don't you worry;
we'll have good baae ball all next summer.
. "With Sexton and Hlckey on the coast
rylng to straighten out the tangle that
Trxlsta there, little Is doing in Omaha," aaya
' Papa Bill. "We are waiting (or their re
turn and then the achedula for tha coming
aeason will be made out and the members
of the team will begin to roll In the last
of this month and tha first few daya in
April. I have aent them all transportation
ao that they can be here by April 1, when
they are supposed to report. They won't
all got here by then, but a few daya later
will find the men here and hard at work
f preparing for the atruggle of the summer.
I have nineteen men signed ao far and may
algn another pitcher before many more
daya go by. He la a good man and I have
made him an offer that I think he will
Tt.. . . I 1 ft M s I- -
uo irniuii u-ru. April 44 SUQ UajSUa
Will probably play the first league games
away from home. Before that there will be
a grist of practice league gamea with teama
here In Omaha. I have scheduled games
with tha Originals for April 4 and 6;
Crelghtan university, t, Chicago National
league, 7, 8 and 9; lea Moines. 11 and 12;
University of Nebraska, IS and 14; Crelgh
ton university, 15. and Fort Crook, IT. All
of the jamea will be played at home, with
tha eiception of the two with the Uni
versity of Nebraska, which will be played
In Lincoln. There are only two open dates
In this schedule and I will fill them If it is
possible to do so. 'these gamea will put
the team In fine shspe and give the men
the best of practice. Befldea, they will all
be played at home and tha local fana can
get a good line on the team by the time the
"Instead of Inrresslng the length of the
west end of the grand stand fifty feet, as
waa first Intended, I am going to a'd
seventy feet to It. With this addition the
aeating rspsclty of the grand stand will
ba Increased by 1.000. Altogether there
will te room for 3,700 of the fana and the
women to sit under a roof and watch the
game. The bleachers that the addition will
displace on the west side of the field I am
going to move over on the south side of
the field and there will still be room for
The American base ball league atlll main
tains a discreet silence In regsrd to the
location of ita new grounds In New York
City, despite the promises made from day
to day that the announcement of the loca
tion would be made. It begins to seem aa
If they had failed to close any contracta
for tha grounds. Otherwise there would
be no such hesitancy on their part In mak
ing public the location. Two places have
been mentioned prominently In connection
with the matter. One Just a.ross the
Harlem river In the Bronx and opposite the
polo grounds of the National league and
tho other at One Hundred and Forty
seventh afreet In the Bronx. The first loca
tion would make an elegant spot for the
games. The ground Is Ideally flat and well
drained for the purpose and there is a
goodly amount of it, more than both tho
polo grounds and Manhattan field combined.
It ia not over ten minutes' walk from the
end of the elevated llnea and near to the
point where the subway will croas the river
into the Bronx. Tho other location Is dim
cult of access and not as desirable a field.
It would hardly be a paying venture to
locate there, as New York people would
not take the time to go there to see a
game. Brooklyn ia much closer for the
majority of people and they would prefer to
go there to a game than bo far up in tho
Bronx If they were not satisfied with the
game that the New York National league
ATHLET1CSAT THE UNIVERSITY
Hur Ball Squad Nearly In Shape to
Take on Miff Prnctlre
Base ball ia atlll the paramount Issue
In university athletic clrclea. Now that
the schedule haa been arranged and a good
trip promised, the players have begun car
nest work, and the baae ball management
feels assured that .the competition for
places will be ao keen aa to assure a
winning team. Before the scheduled gamea
are commenced It la Intended to play aev
eral practice games to get the team on
Ua mettle and atart the ball rolling. An
alumni game Is talked of. and probably
will be pulled off before the Omaha game.
In talking over the question of an alumni
team acveral of the old boya expressed
themselves as anxious to see one formed
and to get out on the diamond again.
Manager Clark Bell also hopes to get a
game with Wesleyan. The date, May 7,
which waa to have been taken by Belolt,
la atlll open, otherwise the achedula la
Coach Gordon has been hard at work
In the cage, getting the pitchers into
ahape. The condition of the field has not
allowed much outdoor work, but Manager
Boll promisee that next week batting nets
will be put in position, and then the. ma
terial will develop mors rapidly and the
leadora '.-an be found out. Nebraska has
alwaya felt the need of i'acllltlea for carry
ing on batting work itbln doors, aa on
the batting tha strength of tha team must
depend to so great m extent. Outdoor work
began last Friday. "The coming week 'will
aee forty men working for places," tald
Captain Townaend laat Friday. "We are
encouraging every man who haa any ability
at all to enter the conteat. Placea will
be awarded regardless of any pull pr favor."
but have not aa yet signified whst events
thay Intend to enter. Basket ball has
about died out. The laat event of Import
ance waa the two gamea of Friday evening,
when the first girls' team of the 'varsity
met the Kaneaa university girls, and the
second girls' team met the Haskell girls.
Basket ball has proved to be a very bene
ficial sport for women as well as men, and
the work of the glrla' teama has become
very good unckr the supervision of Mhi
Barr, physical Instructor. Class games
In basket ball have been held and next
Monday evening the class championship
will be decided. These minor events are
Important as developing material for tha
big teams, and they also help to stir up
Interfraternlty base ball la being talked
up and a few gamea may be played. Coach
Oordon expect a to have a good second team
to put Into the field, aa all the good men
now out cannot, of course, make the first
team, and he hopes for a atrong aecond
team. The base ball committee haa awarded
the contract for furnlshUg supplies for th
sesson to E. F. Myers. Mr. Myers is a
Junior and hs been engaged In bicycle and
aportltig gooda trade for several years.
PLANS FOR Y. MX. A. ATHLETES
Series of Majhts Which Will Give
the floys a. Chance to Teat
Strength and Skill.
Beginning last Thursday night a series of
athletic nights was begun In the Young
Men'a Christian association gymnasium.
The series will extend over the four Thurs
day nights In March and each will be dis
tinct from the other in that :he events
will differ to some extent from time to
time. The showing for the first night was
very good, bringing out, aa it did, two men
who made the honor list. They were Doane
Powell of the noon clase and O. Weber of
the high school. The other eight of the con
testants did not aucceed In doing anything
Btartllng, but their work was good and
gave promise of a successful series for
tho Land of fho Llii
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The field upon which the Indomitable
foot ball team of the 'varsity ao success
fully met their opponents laat fall la to
be put In shape for the coming baae ball
and track events. It is tha hope of every
man and woman at the university that
equal glory will be gained by Nebraska
In theae contests. The bleachers are to be
removed and the fence on the east sldo
of the field will be taken down. Thla will
gtva a field of good alse.
In the track department of tha athletic
world there are no cobwebs accumulating.
Anyone who paya a vlait to the gymnasium
on an afternoon when Dr. Clapp la showing
how the different stunts are properly done
will have no fear tor the Nebraaka team
landing its shar.i of the hocors. The men
are at work every afternoon. Outdoor work
haa not been possible so far and ao It a
impossible to tell what somo of tha men
will be able to do. Captain Tobln stated to
a Bee representative the other day that the
work will be aystematlied when the fellow
can get outside, aa some events cannot be
prsctlccd for very satisfactorily In the gym.
For the pole vault, "Benny" Johnson and
Learner are doing good work and profiting
by the experience of Dr. Clapp, who holde
the world'a championahlp In pole vaulting.
In the running eventa Nerraska will be
able to put up aome speedy material. Iu
the short distance run. Burg, Cheney,
Bender and Harry Reed are doing good
work. State and Benedict are showing up
well In tha half mile run, and In the long
dlatance, States, Carr and Kansler have
entered. In tba hurdle raoing eventa Moras
and Mouck have entered, and perhaps somo
others will ahow up when outalde practice
begins. For the weights, hammer throw
tng, ahot putting and the diacua. Martin,
Hickle, Borga, Oravea and Tobln will enter.
Besides tha men mentioned there are a
number who are taking general training.
Scrofula appeared on tba head of taw
little grandchild when only IS month
oia, ana spreaa rapidly over ner body.
iittcua me eyes ana
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abscesses, skin eruptions, loss of strength and weakness in muscles and joints.
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to child, the seeds are
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Ilia aiieaaa next a
we feared aha would lose her sight. Em
yaleiaaa wara consulted, but
lothins? to, relieva the littla In.
nooent. It waa than that wa decidad tn
iry a. m, m. inn meaioine as onoe mad a
a speedy sua aomplete aura, etna la now
a young- lady, and haa never had a aign
ISO South 6th Streat. Eaiina, Kan.
Interest In the gymnasium work of the
association Is not lagging despite the
warmer weather and the temptation to loaf
out of doors. Tho classes have all held
up well in attendance and there bus been
an Increase In membership In tha 6 o'clock
business men's class. This class is taking
up new work and has organized four bas
ket ball teama and two Indoor baae ball
teama. The basket ball teama are cap
tained by four of the (layers on the first
lm and will play a series of gamea to de
cide the championship of tho class. The
Indoor base ball teama are alao preparing
to Indulge In a similar series of contests
for the championship of the class.
Little attention has been given to the
coming cf spring and Its accompanying
sports, the track base ball and tennis,
oVing to the fact that no grounds suitable
for the work have been obtained aa yet,
except for tennla. Three vacant lots at
Nineteenth and Farnam streeU will be
turned Into four up-to-date tennis courts
and, in thla branch, the association will
soon begin to prepare for the summer. The
outlook for a strong showL.g In this sport
Is extremely good and every man will have
to work to do anything superior to that of
the others. The aasoctation numbers among
its members a number of men who are
excellent players and they are all anxious
to get out with their racquets to win glory
for the association.
In track athletics It is difficult to foretell
what the outlook ia, aa there Is little to
form any Judgment by.' Most of the work
Inside is of a character . that doea not
allow of any great practice for the -i'ii-of-doort
work except In the way of hardening
the men and giving them endurance.
3ome work that Is of a character similar
to the field work haa been carried on In the
gymnasium through the winter months and
in theae eventa there la an excellent out
look for the association. In 'he running
and stsndtng high Jumps and the running
and standing broad Jumpa there are a num
ber of men who are doing excellent in
door work and they will be heard from
when they get on the field. In putting the
ahot, which Is another event that la in
cluded in tho gymnasium, the outlook Is
not so promising. There are but two men
In thla event that are doing any kind of
record work. There may be more men who
will ahow up in some kind of form later on
when they get out of door".
SHOOTERS AFTER WILD FOWL
Open Water and the Spring; Flight
Brlnga Oat the Gunners in
Local hunters are busy preparing for the
spring sport. Guns are being gotten out of
their winter haunts, and early mornings
find a number of the enthusiasts haunting
the shores and marshes of Manawa and
Cut Off lakea. Ducks are plentiful on these
lakes and baga running aa high aa aeventy
Bve have been brought in by those who
spent the day nn these lakes. Most of the
hunters, though, slip out for a few hours
sport In the morning before taking up their
day'e labors, and they have had great sport
and aome kills. The pintilM, which were
here first, are not the only ducka that are
found on Nebraska streams snd lakes these
daya. Mallards, redheads and others are aa
plentiful, If not mora ao, thin tha pintails,
and that Is saying a great deal, for the
pintails were everywhere In great flocks
two weeka ago.
A few partlea slipped out of town dur
ing the week to duck haunts nearby and
stayed a few days. They report good hunt
ing on the Platte and the Elkhorn. Moat
of them have not returned yet, as they did
not leave until the latter part of the week,
and will not come home until after Sun
day. Oeorge Tooaer and a party of frlenda went
to Do Soto Monday, and had such good
luck that Fred Ooodrlch and Oui Wlndhelm
followed them up oe Wednesday.
Judge Munger. Henry Homan and M. L.
Learned packed up their traps and slipped
out to Clarks Saturday night for a littla
sport. Reports from there were too glori
ous for them to reaist tha temptation, es
pecially after they saw a bag of aeven
geeae that Fred Downs bought In from
there early In the week. He declares that
ducka and geeae are aimply swarming In tha
Plait e at Clarka, and that no one should
miss the opportunity of taking a few daya
oft to look for them.
Fred Hamilton and Prlchard beard re
ports of a plentltude of ducks on tha Elk
horn at Hlghlam., and hurried out Saturday
afternoon to bunt over Sunday.
From tne sandhills there cornea word of
ducka and geeae In numbers greater than
usual ir.d small partlea are being made up
already to 4-0 out after them. It la not
likely that many of the local huntera will
go up .nto thla country for a week r to
yet, aa the promise of good sport then is
even greater than It la now.
Ward Burgess and Richard Kimball are
tha pioneers tn the westward movement,
having gone to Holdrege for a four days'
Out at Grand Island on April I, 1 and I
will ba held a consolidated tournament,
tba Buffalo Bill club of North Platta and
tha Grand Island Gun clubs having com
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oiT of the: on dim ah v.
The Harvard-Yale debate will take place
on March 22. A. 8. Hayes, 91, has a
ceptud the position as coach to the Tale
men. He waa prominent himself in de
bates when ha was In college.
The teachers of New York are beginning
to see their way clear t the teachers'
club house which they have been planning
to build for many years. They btgin
saving for it In IKoO, and have now tho
sum of S23.0OU.
Edward Hyles Cowell, professor of San
scrit in the I'niveiBlty of Cambridge. U
dad at the age of 77. Prof, t owell la rec
ognized an the greatest oriental teacher
that Kngland haa prjducet!. Hla editions
of Hindoo and Persian claxslca are lmou.
Moreover, It was he who introduced Omar
Kahyam to Kdward FitsGtrald.
The people of Brooklyn ere very wrathy
because Uuperlntendent Maxwell opposes
the building of new high schools In a pan
or the city which has Urmanded them. Mr.
Maxwell thinks it better to spend a mil
lion dollars or ao for "public comiort
rests" and other fad that are designate!
by those who oppose him as "public nui
sances.' The teachers In the public echoils all
over the country are making greater ef
forts than ever this year to Interest the
pupils In nature study, and this is par
ticularly true of the district schools. In
the city schools the subject hus received
attention for several years, but It Is only
recently that the country school teachers
nave taken It.
Pupils In Michigan r-unt hereaftt-r go
directly home after the close of school.
The supreme court of the stats hus de
clared that such a rule Is valid snd miy
be enforced by the principal. Further
more, If a principal sees fit ha may enter
a store and crder the cntidren he finds
there to leave and go home, and the owns:
of the store c nr.ot get damages on the
ground that the principal has driven away
trade and Injured the bus ncas of hla store.
According to statistics of sixty-nine
Classes, collected by t'Urenrs Demlng. th
birth rate among ale graduates is fallln
off as greatly aa President Eliot tlnds
among Harvard men. The figures show
a progressive and rapid decrease as one
oome down toward the later clashes. The
period covered by the Inquiry was from
lslt) to 187$. In the first period of thirty
two years the births were 413 tn each li
Yale men; In tha second perlnd of nineteen
?ers the birth, were 4U.1 to each luu, and
n the third period or tlghteen years Ukere
wars iUt biriha to each 1M.
The rubmarlne cables, If Jointed, v.' I
reach to the moon.
In New York City 100 new cases of con
sumption develop each day.
A new hotel In New York City has a
capacity for 1,300 guests, and employs 1,800
The highest mountain In the moon Is at
least 33,000 feet; that la 6,000 feet higher than
Japan'a government report shows that
Insurance policies aggregating UiUK),939 are
carried by Japanese.
The trolley lines have effected a reduc
tion of 12.000 annually In the number of
passengers carried by oteam railroads.
In one of the western cities, recently, an
Egyptian had a quarrel with some Syrians.
He was arrested by Irish policemen; was
tried liefore a German judge, and was de
fended by a Hebrew lawyer. f
P. 8. Devine of St. lxuls owns a sundlnl
made by Thomas Jefferson. The authen
ticity of the relic Is attested by documents
duly sworn to. In order to tell the correct
time the dial must be set by the north
The fall of eleven feet seven Inches In
the level of the Great Salt Lake Is charee-
I able, says tha director of the Weather
bureau for that section, to deficient rain
fall, and not to water being usrd for irri
gation. He predicts that the lake will Boon
begin to rise.
With the object of discovering a cure for
typhoid fever a remarkable experiment ia
being conducted at Ann Arbor unlveridty,
Michigan. Six big tanks have been con
structed, with a layer of gelatine, and on
theaa 144 square feet of the fever germs
are grown at a time. Thene living germs
are .craped off, killed end bottled up. Two
ounces of them would kill 70,000 gulnta pigs.
The object iu. if possible, to extract the
poison from the germ bodies, feed animals
with It and try to discover an antidote.
Pneumonia (lung fevert having become,
of late years the most deadly disease at all
ages, general Intelligence in regard to ita
cause and what may be done to avoid It la
desirable. The disease depends upon a spe.
cirtc vegetable organism, which, being at ail
times present in thickly populated districts,
grows rapidly In the afr passages of tho
individual If his vitality Is suddenly de.
pressed. In these particulars the bacillus
of pneumonia resemhles that of consump
tion, but Its multiplication is much more
rapid and the poisoning from Its excretions
much mote acute. The danger of pneu
monia may be lessened by keeping the air
passuges clear cf mucous; by avoiding chill
and fatigue; by good ventilation and ab
sence from crowded and overheated rooms.
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AXK'JALSALEtTEN ft.lLL.0N BOXES
How to Cure
By a secret new way Trial treatment and
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If there be Dy man or woman who has blood
poison, whether transmitted by parents or ac
quired by contact, they should write Prof. Fowler
of New London, Conn., for a free trial treatment
of his very remarkable new discovery that has
caught like wildfire even going mo far as to restore
the nones of the nose and ears when they had
rotted awav by the terrible poison. It is no mer
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Copper colored spots, swelling of the glands, sorel
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mouth, loosening of the teeth, hair or eyebrows
falling out and all the other signs of blood poison,
It removes every blemish iu a few davs snd cures
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Do not put it otr ; do not experiment Satisfy
yourself that what the profesasor says is tras b)
sending name and addrena today to Prof. F. (5.
Fowler, Bos 6S1, New London, Conn., and hi
will send yon at onoe (sealed and free from
all marks) a full trial tioatment of his discov
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treatlso "All About Blood Poison and .'t Cure."
Ha asks for no money, aimply tha privilege of
aonvtnuing you that what he haa discovered
will cure vou, so lose no time in sending your
address. Do so today and you will -oou bo cured.
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