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1-ASS NOW IN THEIR CICRV
Xnjor and Minor Baie Ball Start
with Flyinj Colon,
TOTAL COST , P&OTES ENORMOUS
Graaaa-a aaa Players aa Orgaalaa
ttoa All f Mnary, l.at the '
Fan Par tkat H Mcr
. Have Gooa Mall.
NEW TORK, April fi.-Wlth the mom
perfect organisation of any profraainnal
avert til tna Verld, and with mors capital
Intpsttxl to srcura Its future than Is In
veae4 to further tha requirement t of any
other organised sport, the base ball season
of l!KiS In major and minor leagues Is now
While the layman In baeehall who alia
on the bleachers or In the grand stand pro
fesses to entertain a certain amount of
acorn as to the "money end of the sport."
and tha sums which are reeded to main
tain M siieraasfully. It Is a fact that, from
tha humblest chaertnf boy to tha best sat
isfied millionaire who admirea "dad's first
Kama," there la a certain elementof pride
In tha fact that the "home team la doing
well" and that the national pastime thrlvrs
from away up In the corner cf Maine to
away down in tha corner of California.
Offhand It may be aald that a sum ap
proximating; 13.000,000 has .been devoted In
tha laat twelve months In a a;enral way
to tha betterment of tha accommodations
for tha gam throughout the United State.
It la a sood big roll of money to be dis
tributed solely to further recreation and
pleasure for tha masses, and a summary
of tha waya In which the expenditures have
been made la not uninteresting.
' First, let us look at tho purchase of a
splendid field and the erection of a magni
ficent stand by the Philadelphia American
leagua club. . "Uncle Ben" Bhlbe, the prin
cipal owner of that organization, has a
structure which la a monument to base
ball by reaaon of ita magnitude and luxur
, lousnass. Architecturally beautiful, practi
cally adapted to the uses t which It Is to
be put. It will be one of the sights of the
substantial Quaker City. Tha present
National league atand In Philadelphia, al
though -older, of Itself Is a tribute to tho
game, and base ball patrons in the metro
polls of tha Keystone state are provided for
In the future almost on a scale of grandeur.
Haay Large Improvements.
Tha Pittsburg base ball club has pur
chased grcund for , a new and Capacious
field and I building aa rapidly as possible
a grand stand and field stands, which are
but little leas ornate, It any,. than those in
Philadelphia.' Reared aloft in steel and
concrete, the Pittsburg club will have an
enormous ''three-decker" before the year
ia over, which . eventually may accommo
date the hug, number, of nearly '26,400
ratrera . .' v
iTh Naw Tork National league club has
expended thousands of dollars In Improving
the structures on that historic field which
! known throughout " tha length and
breadth of the United States as tha Polo
grounds. . . . -
Tha Cleveland base ball club haa ex
pended a large sum. not only In enlarging
its beautiful park in the Forest City, but In
rebuilding tha standa and making them
more comfortable for the patrons.
The Chicago American league base ball
club haa purchased a valuable lot of real
estate in that city, on Which new stands
sultabt to the uses of tha club will be
built are long. Tha Detroit club has in
vested a large sum In real eetat for a new
field, and when ready tha buildings for
that organisation , are promised to be
erected on a scale commensurate with that
which has been adopted In the other Urge
cities of the United States.
Tha 8t. Louis National league club has
secured . Its holdings on tha real estate
which ia under Its control, and better
ataada are a future rift of tha patrons of
base ball there. The ftt. Loula American
league club -haa amplified and rebuilt Its
standa Cincinnati already haa one of tha
mora alaborata stands of tha major league
circuit and tha capacity of tha Chicago
National league ground was increased
hugely by tha rebuilding of a greater part
cf tha structures on that area.
RE13LBADH JSj HIT BARD
(Continued from Flrat Page.)
and one-third innings: off Maddox. T in
five and one-third innings; off Lever.
t in .one and two-thirds Innings; off
Frock, 1 In one Inning. Time: :0S. Urn
pirea: O'Day and fcmelle.
BOSTON, April 17. Brooklyn failed to
hit with men baaea and Boston won
the first game of tha aerlea today. 5 to
1. On a cloaa ptay at first base In the
second Inning Bowerman waa called out.
by Umpire Truby. but Umpire Rlgler
revereed tha decision, aaytng that Jor
dan dropped tha ball.. Score:
a.H.o.a.g. a h.o.a.b.
Ill tajureh. H..... I 4
hm. 1 V
ftasuaont. st 4 I
lb. 4 1 II
aitchar, b.. 4 1
MMMV. SS. .. 4 I I
Bowsrmaa. . 1
Swsensjr, lb.. 1 t 1
Matura, .. ,
I Atprmsn, n I I I t v
HumnMl). ts. 4 1 1 I
I'Mriii. rf... 4 1
Lmlr. rf .. 4 S
Jor. lb.,. 4 1ll
llnniM. Ik... t 1 i t
I eacrsm. ... 4 i t
1 roriu. I I 4 1
. UuMia 1 t
Batted for Paatorlus in the ninth.
Boston ; ...1 HIOHl 5
BroosJya 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1
Iwo-baaa hlta: Beaumont. Sweeney.
Alperman. cacniice nns; rner ,
Vlnnox. Mattern. Stolen base: Hum
'mall. Double plays: Becker to Uower
maa; Alperman. unaaslsted. Left on
baaea: boston, 4; Brooklyn, 10. Base
on balls: Off Pastorlus. I; off Mattern,
1. Baoe on errors: Boston. !. Struck
nut: By Mattern. ; by Psstorlus. i.
Wild ' pitches: Pastorlus. 1; Mattern.
tTlme: 1:4. Umpires: Rlgler aud
State Champion Gymnasts
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Standing: McLean, Physical Director; Greenfield. ' S. DunlaD
Bitting: Field, R. Dunlap. Alexander. p'.
. HASTINGS Y. M. C. A. TEAM.
COLLEGE BALL IN
(Continued from Page One.)
and are In no way governed by the athletic
board. Intercollegiate matches are held
every spring, but are not recognized by
the athletic ' authorities.. For some time
the tennis players have been aeeklng to
get the board to place the game under Ita
control, and their efforts now seem likely
to be rewarded In part.
Soma action will be taken by the athletic
board on the petition of the tennis players
next Tuesday. It la not probable that the
board will take entire charge or the tennis
tournaments. ' , What the authorltiea are
likely to do will be to consent to grant let
ters to all men taking part In intercol
legiate contests, but they will not assume
the financial responsibility for these tourn
aments. . They will order that' the. present
tennis association be continued and that
the direct control of the matches be lodged
In that organization.
This arrangement will not grant the ted-,
nla men all they have been asking, '"but It
will give them an opportunity to become
wearers of the coveted "N" and that Is
tha most important concession for which
they have been striving.
Interest In tennis la at a high pitch this
spring, probably higher than In any previous
season. More men are using the-courts than
heretofore; they arc attracting more atten
tion with their play and are receiving mora
encouragement from the university wj pub
Flo in general. Plans have been laid for bold
Ing two Intercollegiate tournaments, one
With Kansas and one with Minnesota. The
date and arrangements for the match with
the JayhawkeTS have been completed. It
will take placa at Lawrence on May, 2B.
The plans for the contest with Minnesota
ara still hanging fire and cannot be com
pleted unless the athletlo board ap
propriates a small sum to defer the ex
penses of sending a team to Minneapolis.
The matter of giving tha players this
money was considered at a recent meeting
of the board In a favorable light and the
appropriation of tha amount needed will
be made at the next session of the board.
High School Meet la Lincoln.
The committee of the Nebraska Teachers'
association having In charge the locating
of tha annual Nebraska lnterscholaatlc
meet, decided thla week on Lincoln aa the
place for holding this big contest again
and set May 14 aa the date for it. Owing
to the failure of tha university board of
regenta to appropriate money to make up
the deficit of laat spring, Lincoln and the
university nearly lost the meet for this
season. The Lincoln Commercial club cams
to the rescue of Dr. Clapp at the right
time, offering a good guarantee for the
contest, and saved the big meet for this
city. Tha action of the local commercial
club assures Lincoln the meeting as a
permanent annual Institution,
For many yaara the lnterscholaatlc meet
haa been held ia Lincoln under the super
vision of tha university authorities and the
expenses of advertising it hav been paid
by tha board of regenta Last spring, how
ever, upon the recommendation of Chan
cellor Andrews, tha regents refused to, ap
propriate 140 that had been spent In ad
vertising the meet. Bo this year the com
mittee In control of the conteat considered
taking It away from Lincoln because It felt
that the untveraity did not desire to have
the meet held here any mora Kearney
made a good offer for it and the committee
waa thinking- of locating It there, when Dr.
Clapp and several other university men be
came busy and aroused the Commercial
club to take the action that resulted In
securing the meet for thla rlty.
Games at Fair Groaada.
As In past years, tha local arrangements
for tha meeting thla spring will bo In
charge of Dr. Clapp, phyalual director at
tha university. He plans to have the earns
list of events that we' run off last season
and to hold the gamea at tha state fair
grounds. These events will be aa follows:
One hundred-yard dash, half-mile run, 120
yard hurdles, 230-yard hurdles, 440-yard
run. one-mile run, DO-yard dash, half-mile
relay race, pole vault, twelve-pound ahot
put, running high Jump, twelve-pound
hammer throw, discus throw, running high
Jump and running broad Jump.
Dr. Clapit believea tho meet this year will
be an ther record breaker, surpassing even
Look Your Best In
1 Always RliJht
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last spring's banner games In the number
of entries and In attendance. Ijtst spring
twenty-six schools with 130 different ath
letes took part In the meet. This was the
largest numbep- of schools that had ever
plac?d men in the games. The attendance
exceeded 1,200, which was vastly greater
than on .any former occasion.
Thla year each school will be permitted
to enter ten men In the games, only two
men from each school being allowed to
enter each 'event. The same arrangements
for awarding medals that were adopted laat
sprit-g will obtain this year. Silver and
brorse tnedali will be presented to the
winnera of first and aecond places In each
event and a silk badge will be given to
the winner of third p'ace. A gold medal
will be awarded to the winner of the
greatest number of individual points.
DETROIT DEFEATS CLEVELAND
(Continued from First Page.) '
Stolen basei Parent. Left on baaea: St.
Louis, 2; Chicago, 7. Struck out; By Wad
dell, 7: by Smith, 2. Time: 2:00. Umptrea:
Sheridan and Perrine. .
BOSTON BATS OUT VICTORY
Gray la Driven from the Box aad
Hnab.es la Hit Hard.
WASHINGTON,' April 17. Boston drove
Gray from the box In the flrat Inning to
day, and later -on- hit Hughes hard, de
feating Washington to L In the eighth
Nlles hit the ball, to tha fence and ran
around Danslg, who had held onto aecond,
botlevlng Clymer would make a fly catch.
When the ball waa returned to the infield
Danzig was on second and; Nlles on third.
BOSTON. ' WASHINGTON.
B. H.O.A.B. B. H.O.A.B.
irrooncll. Ibt I I I dciymsr, rf... I 0
Ijnri. 3b. 4 I 1 1 eo.nl.y, e(....4 lit
Speskar, cf... 4 111 At'nslaub, If.. 8 0
OtiHlcr. rf....l 0 t Dltiity. fb I I i 1
Pnil(, lb... 4 I 0 ronror. ll...l 01 t 1
NIIm. M 4 114 1 Prwrcan. lb.. 4 III 1
Hooper, If.... 4 t 0 OMrBrlds, m..t 0 4 1
Bpncr, s.,.4 4 0 tgtrMt, ...,. 4 l'4 S 9
Wilier, p.... I 0 i OOr&r, a a
Arallsnea, p. t 0 MIuiIim, p.... I 0 4 1
1 MUsn ....... 1 1 9
TaUll 34 12 17 It lBlanknsblp. 1 0
' ToUls 11 73 14 4
Milan betted for McBride In ninth.
Blankershlp batted for Mutches In ninth.
Nlles out for running around Danzig.
Washington 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 01
Boston .. 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
Two-base hit: Speaker. Hlta: Off Gray.
S In one-third Inning; off Walter, In six
snd one-third innings; off Hughes. In
eight and one-third innings; off Arallanea.
2 and two and one-third innings. Sacrifice
hlte: Dlehanty. Lord, Speaker. Stolen
baaea: Clvmor, Freeman, McConnell, Lord
(31. Double plays: McHrlde to Freeman;
Nlles to Danslg; Speaker to Danslg; Con
roy to Freeman; Nllea to McConnell to
Danzig. Left on bases: Washington, 7;
Boston. T. Bases on balls: Off Gray, 1; off
Hughes, 2; off Walter, 4. First base on
errors: Washington, 1; Boston, 4. Struck
out: By Hughes. 4: by Walter. 2: by Arel
lanes. 2. Wild .pitch: Hughes. Time: 2:00.
Umpires: Evana and Kgan.
Da Cray Wins
BROKEN BOW. Neb..
April 17. (Special.)
The wrestling match
Nebraska Broad Jumper
V ' , V.-' ...T
Olon and Frank Iu Cray, athletle Instruo
tor at tha CHaut l!niverelty, Uhwln. which
took place here this week, was won by the
latter. Ore of the largfst crowds ever
seen at an athletic performance in tha
rlty was present, delegationa coming from
Ansley, Mason, Merna, Berwyn and Ar
nold. The first full was secured In four
teen 'minutes by Glon. The next two falls
were secured In sixteen and twenty-elx
minutes, respectively, by Iu Cray. The
match was a clean exhibition of skill and
science and created much enthusiasm from
the large crowd present. Jud Kay acted
as referee. Previous to the big match a
preliminary was pulled off between Guy
VvMlehead of Mason City a.r.i John Jef
fords of this place. Which resulted In a
draw. Ou Crsyvhas been challenged by
Jack Miller, better known as .."Chicago
Jack," and will probably meet him her If
satisfactory arrangrmenta can be made.
ATHLETICS BEAT HIGHLANDERS
Errors by Fngle Contribute Largely
: to Defeat of A eve York.
PHILADELPHIA, April l.-Errors by
Kngle contributed largely ti New York's
defeat by ' Philadelphia today. Dygert
weakened at tha finish and Vlckers went
In and prevented New York from making- a
winning rally by fanning Engle. Score:
PHILADELPHIA. NtW YORK.
' B. H.O.A.B R.H.O.A
Harttel. If... t 0 1 erne, cf 4 10
.4111 (IKmlfr. rf.... 1 1
.4141 P.llMrrM, lb, I I 1 t I
.4111 OKnsls. If I 1 1 0 I
,117 lConnll. lb 4 111 1
,400 lLiporte. II). ..4 1 4 I 1
. 1 t iKnlsht, M...4 III
till lKIlnow, ... 1 1
. t 4 OUk. p I 1 1
, tnmmlu ....ft A ft
J- 'McJlTsen ...1 0
IS 7 17 II I
Totals 31 I T4 1
Batted for Klelnow In ninth. -Batted
for Lake in ninth.
Philadelphia 0 0 1 0 1 2 0 0 -4
New York 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1-4
Two-base hit: Collins. Hits: Off Dy
gert. 8 in eight and two-thirds Innings.
Sacrifice hits: , Davis, Dygert. . Hartsel,
Barry, Stolen base: Laparte. ' Double
play: Murphy to Nicholas. Left on basea:
Philadelphia, 4; New York, 9. First baas
on balls: Off Dygert, 4; off Lake, 1. First
base on errors: Philadelphia, 1. Hit by
Ditcher: Bv Dva-ert. S. Struck out: By
Dygert, 4; by Lake, 2; by Vlckers. 1. Passed
ball: Lapp. Time: 2:06. umpires: con
nolly and Hurst.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION GAMES
Loalsvllle Bunches Hltsj In Tftlrd
, laalnar aaa . Slakes It Fomw
Straight from Col am baa. '
LOUISVILE.- April IT. fxulsvllla
mada It four straight with Columbus to
day. Upp was driven from the slab In
the third Inning after the locals had
scored four runs, i He was relieved by
Parson, who did well. Heavy hitting
and fast fielding were the features.
Score: . V
L0UI8V1LI.S. i COUTMBl'S. ' '
. B.H.O.A.E. B. H.O.A.B
DunlMTT. f. I 0ft O'ltourks. si. I I 4
Woodruff, lb. 1 0 0 I lodwall. of.... 4 t I 1 0
lislehtntr. If 4 1 1 Cosfalton, rf. 4 0 0
T.i. lb 4 t 1 jiim e t
Lsndreth. rf.. 4 t i Kror. If.... Ill
Olson, tb 4 111 OMIllor. lb.... 4 1
OiHnUn. as. . 4 It 1 Prlol. 1l 4 1 0 1 0
riu. a....... I 14 Wrlalsr. tb.. 4 HI)
.lies vppp. p i e e i o
, 1 Panon, p.
Total!.' M 17 1 I Totals M 11 -I .1 t
Louisville ,......r.O 2 4 0 0 0 0 0
Columbus .0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 5
Sacrifice hits: Odwell: Peltl. Two-baao
hlte: Hogg, Tate. Kruger. Three-base
hits: Landreth, Olson, Qulnlan, Odwell.
Home run: Pelts. Struck out; By
Hogg. 4; by Upp, 1; by Parson, i. Baae
on balls: Off Upp, S. Hits: Off Upp.
In two and ons-thlrd innings, fceft on
baaea: Louisville. 4; Columbus, . Time:
1:41. Umpire: King.- i
TJtDIANAFOLIS BLA1TKS TOLEDO
Tlsltora Ara I mable to Bssch Hits oa
INDIANAPOLIS, April 17.-The home
Club ahut out the visitors today, having
won three out of four of tha first gamea
ot the season. Score: '
CbaJb'rna, If 4 ft 1 ft 1 Nil!, ss....
MThaiMT. ef I 1 I
SHIachraan, lb 1 ft 4
HaTdas. rf... 1 ft I ft ftftmoot. of..
Carr. lb 4 til ft lHlokman. If.
4 0 1
4 1 0 ft
I HI i
Burk. lb.... 4
Williams, 8b. I
O'Rourke. 3b 1
1 tBIwsl, lb...
1 ftn.ub.rt. lb
I ft Abbott. ...
I 1 Clark. ....
1 ftWsbb. p....
Howler, e... . 4
Hopko. as ... I
Bebrstbsr, p.. I
1 0 ft 1
--ptnksae. s...lr0 4
Touts.... ..A) 1 37 It
Totsla ,10 4 14 U i
Toledo 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Two-base hit: Carr. Btruck out: Bv
Bchreiber, 4: by Pinkeny, J. Double play:
Hopke to W'llllama. Stolen bases: McClies
ney (2), Burke, Williams, Hopke, Howley.
Passed balls Abbott, Clark. Hit with
pitched ball: Daubert. Time: 1:46. Um
pires: Owons and Eckman.
BREWERS WIN 1 FROM SAINTS
Homo Raaa by Arnskraster aaa 'e
Coy Are Featares of Game.
MILWAUKEE. April , 17. Milwaukee
won Its third straight from St. Paul to
day, taking an interesting contest by a
at C. WTLDMAN.
ta Yards, kWcooda,
Standing of the Teams
NAT'U LKAGUB. AM BR. LF.AQUK.
W. L. Pct. . W. L. Pet.
Boston 0 10M Detroit 4 0 11
Cincinnati 1 .7WNew York.,.,2 2 .
New York.. .2 1 .t7Cleveland ....2 2 .no
St. Louis 2 t .5001 Philadelphia.. 2 2 t"0
Chicago 2 3 .600 Boston 2 2 &i
Broklyn 1 2 .SSS Washlngtoor.2 t .40
Pittsburg ...1 3 .2oOSt Louis 1 t .?60
Philadelphia 0 I .000Chlcsgo 1 I .M
Nstlonal league: Pittsburg at Chicago,
St. Louis at Cincinnati.
American league: Chics to at ft. Louts.
American association: Toledo at Louis
ville, St. Paul at Kansas City. Minneapolis
at Milwaukee, Columbus at Indianapolis.
acoro of to 4. Homers by Armbruater
and Leroy were tha features. Score;
atlLWAl'KKH. sr. rAtTL.
B. H.O.A.B. B.H.O.A.B.
Robinson, Kill! Davis, rf 4 I
Barry, rf..... 110 "Armb'aur, rf . t 1 1 t
Randall, cf... 4 1)1 Murrr. If ... t I 4 0
McOann. lb.. I 10 Ori.m, ih a a in. 1 a
Clark, tb 4 1 I 1 Flood, tb 4 1 I
MnCoria'k. lb I 1 t 4 Ocarlarb. C ...4 1 t 1
Collins. It.... 4 11 c.otknaa, lb.. 4 1
Hoatsttsr, c. I ft Onran, as 1 4 111
McOlrns. p.. 4 t 1 Lror, p I 2 t I
' -Hall, p 111
Totals H10X7 10 Hoey 1 1 0 ft
Totals as I 14 11 I
Milwaukee 0 0 0 0 1 2 2 1
St. Paul I 0 0 0 O 0 1 0 0 1
Two-base hlta: Randall, Collins, Barry.
Home runa: Armbruater, Leroy. Hlta:
Off Leroy. t in aeven and two-thirds In
nings. Sacrifice hits: Flynn, McOann,
Hoatetter. Stolen base: Collins. Double
plays:. McGlynn to McCormack to Mc
Uann; Bean to Flynn. Left on basea:
Milwaukee, 7; St. Paul. 7: Struck out:
By McGlynn, ; by Hall, 1; by Leroy, .
Umpire; - Hayea.
KANSAS CITY WINS A GAME
Batcbera Take Laat of the 'Series frosa
KANSAS CITY, April 17.-After losing
three games to Minneapolis since tha sea
son opened, Kansas City today took the
last one of the series. Score:
KANSAS CITY. MINNEAPOLIS.
4 ft 4 ft OOrlor.
4 0 4 19
I 1 i ft "Doiros. tb.... 4 0 i I a
Neighbors, If. I ft I ft OO'Nsll. It.... I t 1 ft ft
Bockler, lb... I I ID B4war4aoa, cf I ft ft ft ft
, I I i e rick. ting, rf . I 1 0
, I ft ft I scolllna, tb... 114
.111 ftWbMisr, lb.. I ft T
,1111 Block, c I ft 1
. I ft ft I (Young, p I ft 1
atsnsrts .... 1 ft
Totals 14 I 17 t ft
Batted for. Young In ninth
Kansas City 0 1 0 1
I 14 11
0 0 0 0 1
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Kansas City. 1. Two-base
hit: Cross. Three-base hit
on baaea: Kanaaa City, 1; Minneapolis, 2.
Sacrifice hits: Neighbors. Hetllnsr. Love.
Stolen base: O'Nell. Struck out: By Wright,
2; by Young. L Bssea on balls: Off Young,
1. Time: 1:20. Umpires: Sullivan and Con
ahan. ' ,
J , ' . .
Billiard Game la- New York.
NEW YORK. April 18. Five men ara en
tered In the tournament tor the amateur
billiard championship of tha United States,
which starts next Monday night In tha
Liederkrans club. In Fifty-eighth ' street
They ara C. F. Conklln, Chicago: Clarence
Jackson, Chicago; A. J. Wright, San Fran
cisco: Joseph Mayer, Philadelphia, and Dr.
Leonldaa L. Mlul, New York. The games
wilt be four hundred points, elghteen-lnch
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Cl'T BATS ON turrtJM. SPBCIA1, SALE ON
Tiasa band ros ot'R strrrLT CAf Allots..
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Uoa of SS1IU4 aapawts, Bustnsas Is aitaus
ta ta tha rasatsaatanu of tka aul-ocHowa ku.ar
whs asnsrt Ttstt aw star. Sttsrtin iuii,ium1
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balk line, two shots in. There will be two
gamea dally. The tournament continues
Into tha second week.
CORNELL BOWING SQ.UAD SMALL
Coartaey Flada Me Has bat Sevea
Crews oa the Water.'
ITHACA, N. Y7. April 17.-8o many men
have left the Cornell crew squad that
Coach Oortney finds h will not have to
make the expected cut at this time of the
year. He has now seven crews on. tha
' THESE ARE NOT ARGUMENTS-. THEY ARE FACTS.
More 1909 Oialmers-Itroit 30"s Already Sold Than Any Four
100 Per Cent of the Purchasers Are Entirely Ratified. ,
Not One of Then Men Can Tell You Where the Weak Spot in Con
ritructlon is, So Well Built Are These Cars Throughout. ,
In This List of Purchaaers Are the Name of the Best Informed
Mechanical Men in America. -
Mr. L. H. Perlman, President Welch Motor Car Co., New fork.
Mr. N. Piatt. President Baker Electric Vehicle Co.
. Mr. George H. Helvey, Designer of the famous Corliss Engine. 1
Mr. J. G. Vincent, bead of the Inventions Department Burroughs
Adding Machine Co.
Mr. John B. Herreshoff, Designer ot the yachts which for yes ra
bare won the American cup. .
' Dr. Lee DeForrest, of Wireless Telegraph fame.
Mr. A. R. Shattuck, Ex-President Automobile Club of America.
THESE MEN ALL DRIVE THE CHALMERS-DETROIT.
- Large stock for Immediate delivery.
11, E. FREDRIGKSON
2044-46-48 farnam Street, OMAHA
l.'.:...:i..l-I.J.lLlUliln. , MNU''mraSgBBB-.JUI..L.. a...l -J. hi Li ii i .in..-.
I am the Pioneer Motorcycle Man
hare had the choice of them all. This year I am confining myself to
the 001", which I consider the best all-around Motorcycle on the
market. It is fitted with ball-bearing motor, four rings on piston,
tru SB-spring fork spring frame, internal leverless and Jotntless grip-con-'
trol (possessed by no other machine). It is built for comfort, durability
and satisfaction, and, owing to the ball-bearing motor and spring con
struction, it will be doing ita beet work long after most of the others
are in the scrap-pile. This I have found from actual experience.
1622 Capitol Avenue
i ' '
4 CL. 20 H. P.,
Sliding Gear Transmission, 86-lnch Wheel Base. '
Bosch High Tension Magneto, Included.
This car has no competition. It Is in a class by itself. Book your
order early and Insure prompt delivery.
W. L. Huffman (EL Co.
1824 afarncLin St.
Telephone Donglaa 1289 for Demonstrations. Distributors for the
The Interstate $1,750
Oakland 40. Modal T. 81 .BOO
A beautiful $3,000 touring car for $1,000. Nothing cheap
about this car, either, except price. Better look this car over and
try it out on the hills before placing your oriler for anything under
the $3,000 mark
McINTYRE -St WALLACE
34m Near FBrnan
water, threa of the 'varsity, while the
freshmen fill up the rest, and la able to
have all Of them out. There ha been 'tic
change In the combinations f-r three weHs
but they have been unabla to practise on
the lake so far, It being too rough. The
rontraotors who are Improving tha Inlet
are not overcareful with their refuse, and
the water' ia full of phort planks and lot.
which rather Interfere with the work of
the crews. All the men on the training
fable will have practice twice a day.
Water Cooled Enjlna
Also distributers for
Car and Regal $1,250
i ii i iw mi ii
t. a. h. V...,. s0.tlaa. Mich.
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