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Official Schedule of the M I. N. K. League.
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HERE'S THE PROOF.
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Frank Gotch To
Iowa Man to Meet' Pole as Eesult of
' ' , J Malimout'i Defeat in
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CHICAOO; M4reh 80.-Stantlau Zbyazkj
wort the privilege of meeting Frank C.otch
for" the wreatllng bhamplom hip of the World
by defeating- Yuxntff Mahrnout, the Turk,
In two straight falla at the Coliseum here
tonight. The first Tall waa a crcitch hold
and half Nelson' lii 1:04:51 and tile around
waa a back arm and half Nelson In "26:43.
The Turk waa the aggressor throughout,
hla opponent playing a waiting game,
tnerVly Jumping Irl Vhen he saw a good
chance. Tlje Polo waa not on top more
than a dosen .tlms. ' ..
The date and, ftuoo for "the meeting be
tween Gkjtbh jind 'Zbyaiko in' t be' decided
later, .nothing bnt their crbal Kfersement
far the. .match, .having been entered Into.
All tbft, jrsir.ffient wresUei'-e who could
reach the scene were on hand, Including
Gotch. Joe Rogers of Now York challenged
the winner, but he has little chance when
there was a match with Gotch In sight,
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Drake Tries New Foot Ball Rales. :
'TiES MOINES, la., March J0.-(8poclal.)
-Irake university's foot ball squad began
lta spring foot ball preotice yesterday af
ternoon on the 'tjtadltitit for the express
purpose of becoming familiar with the new
rules -Wftn-e nesK'VaJ I. spejjln of the
plans for the spng trajning..i;oorn urir
run said: f"H win ntr'-aimps imposaiDia
to do muca Work untU ,tho imal r"port of
the rule ommlitee, April 2.. I think
that the. rule calling ;'for ria. pushing, or
pullnr Is-the niont tajlrnl rlianse pminjued.
The Tlylng tackle 'la the aatne In' that It
will be hard-to jteU utUl the rule hi defl
mately atwed t- wjut.l-napt.V-"
The work thla week will be largely drill
oh the rudiments of the game. Work on
plays In which vuahlng and pulling la
eliminated will also bs much In evidence.
Forward paaalng over the line of scrim
mage will aUo receive considerable atten
4on. . .
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Lynch Talks of
National Leagne President Says it
Creates a Precedent for All Simi
NEW YORK. March Sl. Conditions of
reinstatement of Catcher John Kllng In the
good gracea of organised bane ball, which
will be officially announced on Thuraaay
Includes his assignment to a base ball club
according to President Thomaa i. Lynoh
of the National league, who Is one of the
three members of the commission which
has passed on the case.
"The decision In fact la a certain penalty
on Kllngi" said President Lynch today,
"and namea the clubs with which he must
play. It also creates a' precedent by which
alt similar casea 'wllf 'be 'governed lh the
future. .. ; . '.
"It Is perhaps the most Important matter
that has been handled by basa ball officials
in manjyears. m t - . -
riAnriY toQuuns jack burns
Cblraaoan Administers leaad Drab
Yblttar I0 F0 In Tnntr Boudii
SAN FRANCISCO1, Match 80,-AMor. bat.
tllng nineteen vicious and bloody rounds
and apparently gaining a slight lead over
hla ooDonent. Jack Burns of Salinas-. Cal
lost 1 the flKht In the twentieth and final
round of his battle with Jim Barry of
CMflairo at 'Dreamland ink 'toaiglWi
k Kurni took the oount' four. times 10 thlt
round and waa. sa.vd ttpm Ifnockout by
ne doii. v 11 ii,v k , v
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Klans Knocks Oat 5lantel.
BOSTON. March, 30 Franto Klaua of
Plttahurg knocked, out' Frank. Mantell of
Pawtucket ln; the ninth' round of their bout
at the Armory Athletic association last
night Mantell had the affair won on points
ud to the middle ot the sixth round, when
an uppercut to the Jaw put him. down f,or
the count. . '
In the ninth another uppercut to the Jaw
put Mantell down ana out.
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JOHN C. IL1NC REINSTATED
Premier Catcher Must Pay Fine of
$700 and Carry Oat Contract.
MUEPHY IS GIVEN A HARD JOLT
President of Colts Aeeaaed o( At
tempting to Mislead Commission
' Most Show Why He Should '
Not Also Be rined.
Ear! Lfiin," Russell Herrold, Fred Havens,
Roy Havens.' William Conrad, William
Vreoland and Charlee Boo.
Drake will run asaJnst the University of
Nebraska In the relay race, and as Ne
braska defeated ' them at Kansas City by
a small margin, there will be great' rivalry,
as Griffith, .has .determined to, reverse the
result of two weeKS ago.
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CINCINNATI, March JOWohn Q. Kllng,
the premier catcher of the Chicago Na
tionals, will be reinstated In organised base
ball on his- payment of a fine of t700, c,
cording to the decision of the national com
mission made public today.
The decision was algned only by Chair-
man Auguat Herrmann and Thomaa J
Lynch, prealdent of the National league.
and the name of B. U. Johnson, president
of the American league is missing..' . "
The commission will require Charlee W
Murphy, president of the Chicago Nationals,
to ahow cause why he should not be fined
at least S300 for violation of rule 47. which
forbids a club to submit a new contract
to an Ineligible player. Furthermore, the
Chicago club will not be allowed to trade,
set) or. release Kllng for one season, nor
will it be permitted to pay Kllng's fine,
directly or . Indirectly, under a "severe"
Reasons for Fines.
Kllng was not fined for his failure to re
port to the Chicago club, nor for the viola
tion ot his contract, but solely for bis con
nection with the Missouri Athletlo club
semi-professional team of Kansas City and
his playing with and against ineligible,
players during the time he was with that
Kllng was fined $300 for "his action with
reference to his connection with the Mis
souri Athletic club, and particularly In
permitting an Ineligible player (Fraaer) to
participate In games with that club." He
will also be required to pay a fine of $200
for his violation of rule T and S309 for his
violation of that rule In deflanoe of a notice
from the commission not to do so.
Rule 47 says that no national agreement
player will be permitted to partloipate irj
Any game -arjth or agadnst clubs harteorlnH
Ineligible players or wfcoee owner or man
agers are Ineligible players, '
Kltng will 'also be. required to carry out
the forms of his' original contract,, which
till baa one more season to run. This
called, for .a salary of $4,600 a year. The
commission states that Kllng's action can
not be termed a "violation of contract," as
It has been understood and accepted in base
ball law. .. j f. M, . --
; 1 lever Jolt for Horpkr,
In speaking of the leave,, of absence
granted Kllng by Murphy on April 26, isK,
the decision says that Murphy's statements,!
are misleading.-.. It says that the leave of
absence has no bearing pn the case as "it
was not one entered Into or agreed upon In
The commission takes occasion to explain
Its aotlou In re-lnstatlng Hal Chase of the
New York Americans, last season, saying it
waa not granted because of his ability as a
player, but because there -were many' ex
tenuating olrcu distances.' ; . , ', .- ' 4 i
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KANSAS CITY,, March.' 30 "Although 4he
terms Imposed by the National commission
are pretty ' severe, I shall' abide by them
and it will afford me the. greatest delight
to greet the West Side fans. In' Chicago
again," said John Kllng 'today, when ap
prised of the decision of the National coin-'
mission In bis eaae. . ' '. .
''You know the National commission Is
the court of the last resort in base' ball
and when It talis a fellow, what to do he
baa to do it," added the catcher. "I think
the fine Is .too hlglr and it la not to my
liking to play for a salary of $4,600, but 'I
love base ball and' I am 'willing to meet
the conditions Imposed against me In order
to got baok Into the gams. , -
."I would rather: play In Chicago than
any place on earth. The fans 1n that city
have alwaya been very kind to me and I
tell you I shall be mighty glad to get back
Into a Chicago uniform. -..', ';
"I have not heard a word from the Na
tional commission about this matter. I
have received no . official notification of
any kind, but I expect to be notified of
the decision soon and I shall Join the Chi.
oago club within five or six days sf tr, I
receive the notice. I shall join the e!ub
at their spring practice camp..
"I will remain here Just long enough to
straighten out my business- affaire. It
was Impossible for me to play ' base ball
last year because my business here was
In lta infancy and needed my personal at
tention. Now my business 1 established
and is in such shape that I can leave it
Asked to discuss the rumor that Presi
dent Murphy of the Chicago National
league club would pay his fine, Kllng said:
"That Is ridiculous. I will pay the fine
myself, of course. Mr. Murphy would have
no right to pay it. Besides such an action
on his part would be In 'direct violation of
the conditions outlined by the National
commission. I cannot understand how such
absurd stories are started."
Kllng refused to discuss the details of the
commission's decision or the facts upon
which it was based. He would not corrob
orate or controvert any of the charges
made against him.
On Francisco's alleys last night the Stori
Triumphs took the series from the Hospe
company, shooting a nice total of 3,747 pins.
The soore: .
1st. 2d.' ' M. Total.
Frltacher .V.v... m ' 148 179 1 60ft
Walena .....i.'....i.... 173 168 1S9 ' 620
Zltn 211 170 181
Gjerfle 199 173 173 646
C J. ' r Tftncioo.......T tTt OTS ' 610
Totals....,-, T6 8X2 930 2.747
. " ' .UQSPE CO.
.. ... ' . 1st. .2d. 3d. Total.
Yousem 200 182 183 671
W. Zltrman 132 202 14.0 4K2
Bushnell- ...j...... ...... im. 170 192 54
C. Xitsman... ..,.,.,'...7 163 156 1F.2 . 471
Weber ...'...'..r.. 2U8 147' 182 637
96. .857 , S57 1,60.'
In the return, match between the Carpen
ter Transfer company and th- Cudnhys the
latter team won three straight and the
match. Hem-leben- of the Transfers tried
hard to pull hla team out, getting the n'.c
score of 694.. plnn. The score:
1st. Zd. 3d. Total
Kennedy , .
723.' 888 -830 2,440
. , 168
4?ii 166 '
Totals 778 892 884 2.652
In the Mercantile league the On The
Squares lost tHrea atralght to the Equitable
Life.. This jjjaaea the Life company in a
nice lead. ifVore:
' -it' Onhb' squares.
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Meyers 140 108 139 8S6
Nelson 132 166 108 !fi4
Finley 162 178 173 612
The first o!
454 .. 4 0. 41?
169 - 4!2
614 476 490' 1,481
uma match between
from the -Commercial
olnes" Martin and U.
vosa and ragenberg
leaaue. and "Dm M
O Francisco of the Advos will be played
at Francisco's tonight.
Willow Springs" took two out of three
from the Ihrelbus Candy Co. Balaer had
high total of 6J8 and Martin high game of
242 for the Willow Springs. Primeau had 217
for hlah (fame -and 214 average. Primeau
tried hard , to. win the second game, but
bis team mate hit the ' toboggan:. The
score:. i n
LOCK'S WILLOW SPRIN03.
' . : Tnsi
912 874 1,867
a in; nut
ioya ...... ""v
Straw v '...'....y.'iV..
DRE1BU8 CANDY CO,
. V ' Int. .',- 2d. Sd. Total!
.' iii y
878 ., 1766
ioWA ' iBAk FOR OMAHA, MEET
Coack Delaney PeTeTTa Men Who Will
. .: .v Compete Here 'Friday. '
IOWA -CITY, la., lorn-, rr. -Teclal.)-Coach
"Sphinx" lielaney of the University
ef Iowa .track team has practically picked
his squad for the Indoor meat next Friday
evening at' Omaha. Barton and. Tall
men In the sprlnta; Wllron and Chase In
the hurdles: Captain Engstrom and Wil
son In the high Jump; Tallmen. Steinberg
and J. Juns th the 400; Jans and Baer In
the 600 yard I race, and a rxlay team of
Tallmn, Hoarleln and Baer with either
J. Jana r Steinberg will make up the
Hawkeye reptercntatlon. It is barely pos
sible that heuld Alderman's- condition be
satisfactory, he will be taken despite the
announcement of Ielaney last week.
The squad will probably leave here
Thursday evening and will return Saturday
night on a late train.
In the tryout at Urinnoll for the 400 yard
relay team, that. will compete at Omaha on
April L Gill won first place, and Somera
second place. Trainer E. C. Fisher, haa de
cided that Turner, Snlbatrom and Wolfe,
all of la at .year's team would go without
The men who will- be taken ere Turner
ard Gill In the ,'sprlnts. Morton, Clark .and
Wells In the Jumna and vole vault. Zolgler
in the weights and the following men in the
relay: iUinstrom, Wolf and Somers. .
Cincinnati Bnspeads McLean.
HOT 6IUNG9. Ark.. March SO Larry
McLnan. 'catcher ot tue Cincinnati team,
haa been auanended from tho club for oni
year by prealdent Herrmann, according to
advices received here today. McLean had
brert --charovd . with tnaubordlnatlon by
Manager Crlffith and the catcher answered
by tendering his resignation.
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Dee Molnee Brhoele Will Com Deter,
aalned to Win Prises.
1"ES MOINES. March JO. (Special )
(.nariea tt. Kawaon, who waa elected chair
man of the Missouri Valley Conference
games committee for the year, will take to
the Ofoaha athletic meet the high school
competitors from Dee Molnea for the
Ureater I s , Moime cominltue, which is
eonding them. The les Moines High school
win maae a great enort to defeat Omaha
and - Lincola ht the three-coinered hln
achnol relay race. The high achgol team
be as roliowa:
PA HAMMERSKLl NG RULING
Eourke Urges' Favoritism Should Not
be Shown in Case.
AGEEES WITH BAN JOHNSON
New Omaha Ball Players Show Up
Well la First Week's Work
A gnew and Slndelar Give
Promise of Making; Good.
"If they take Kllng back, they should
take all back," said Pa Rourke yesterday,
while discussing the report that the Na
tional Base Ball commission will reinstate
Catcher John Q. Kllng of the Chicago
National league club.
"Stare should not be favored any more
than the bush leaguers. Kllng Is ai base
ball player and a good one, but at that
partiality should not be shown In hla case.
It is merely a whitewash In a case where
a man has jumped hla contract at a time
when he thought ho could better himself j
by so doing. I agree with Ban Johnson
entirely-when he says that a mistake haa
been made. Such tactics do not promote
clean baae. ball."
Although fans in general would like to
have Kllng - In the game It seems to be
the consensus of opinion that he should
be made to take hla medicine like other
leaser lights who have been guilty of con
Rourkes Working; Ont Kinks.
After working out on the diamond for
more than a week the Rourke regulars and
recruits are showing some class. Of course
there are sore arms and. sore muscles, but
a few more days' work will take put the
kinks. The old timers are beginning to let
out a little and impress the fans that they
have not forgotten the tricks of the game.
The youngsters feel more at home now that
they have become acquainted wtlh the new
pasture and are demonstrating to a better
advantage their claims they can play ball.
. And at that some of the green ones look
good. Agnew who Is trying out for a
backstop position, is a comer and after a
good seasoning will probably land a berth.
He le'green a. the"game, but Rourke thinks
enough ofblm to keep him, for a while
and should: he let him go he will be
placed where he can be called at any time.
.'; Slndelar, the' big raw-boned twtrler, - Is
showing up well. He has a good bail and
Is developing It -every day. He Is a little
awkward, but can be trained not to step
on hla awn feet. He has a good curve
ball and all kinds of speed.
Do a Welch arrived from Hot Springe
Monday- night and worked out with the
cubs at the park yesterday afternoon.
He haa taken off flesh and looks in fine
fettle. , . ,
Manog-er Fox Is easing off "on the aft
ernoon work In order to prevent the play
ers from becoming stale. After a few
Innings between the regulars and the
scrubs Inside ball was practiced and the
youngsters took' to the notion like an
elephant to a' peanut and demonstrated
that they wanted to learn the little tricks
that win games.
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IP XXTZBESTBD WITS FO PATICUI.AB. V
Jeffries Not Injured.:
MOJAVE, Cal., March 80, Rumors that
Jamea J., Jeffries hud ueen Injurco in tx.i
acoldent -while hunting were dispelled to
day, when John Hays, an automobile stago
driver,, came In from the desert and re
ported that tho big pugilist was enjoying
himeelf at Little lake.
"Nothing, the matter' with him," said
Hays. . ,
Jeffries was at Indian Wells last night
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all the way to Little lake this morning. .
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cyl.. 40 H. P., color royal
blue, full lamp equipment
and top. toola. newly
painted, tires In good con
dition, cOBt new $4,000.00,.
Sale price, 1,600.00
Csr Wo. 11 Model F STOD-DARD-DATTON,
Touring Car, 4 cyl.. 35
H. P., color red. with top,
epeedmeter, glana front,
full lamp equipment, gas '
tank, tire Irons, extra tires,
tools, paint In good ocn
dltion,' tires almost new..-
.......Sale price, 1,600.00
Car Wo. 13 Model D 1909
Touring Car, 4 cyl., 80 H.
r color red, complete k
with top, peol meter, glass
. .front, full, lamp equip- ',
nient, " generator, '.tool. ,
horn, etc. ' Tires? first
class Knle price, 1,000.00
Car Wo. 16 CADILLAC "30,''
1909 model, 4 cyl , 30 II. P.,
Koftdater, single rumble
seat, used one season and
in extra good condition.. ,
Just -repainted and tires
good aa new. With top and "
wind shield. . : .Sale price, 1,100.00
Car Wo. 16 RAMBLER
1908 model 84-A. 4 cyl.. 34
H. P., Roadster. color
French gray with double
rumble seat. Electric lampa
and dUHt-nhteld. Juat over
hauled and repainted....
Sale price. 1,050.00
Car Wo. 13 WAVERLY
ELECTRIC Runabout. Pi
ano box body. Hattertea
alone worth the price....
Snlo price. S0O-O0
Oar Wo. 1 JEWEL 1908
model Runabout, 1 cyl., 1
cycle. 8 H. P.. motor. Top.
point and tires In good con-,
d I lion, used one season....
Snlo price, 175.00
Car Wo. 00 CHALMERS
PETROIT 1909 model V .
Touring Car, . 4 cyl., SO H.
P.. color red. Car haa top,
automatic glana front, 840
speedometer. Bosch mag
neto, generator and toola.
Driven 1,600 miles. Just re
painted. Original Cost $1,
875.00 Ssle price, W 50.00
Car WO. 84 CHALMERS
DETROIT 1909 model F
Touring Car. Thla was our , ;1
demonstrator, and we guar- I
antee thla . to be In first I
class condition. Price in
cludes top, generator and
tools Sale price, 1,000.00
Oar Wo. BS KNOX 1909
model Pportabout, 4 cyl., ,
80 H. P., color red, with
double rumble seat fitted
with duet-shield. Atwater
Kent system. Flak de
mountable rims, tiro irons,
generator and tools, Car
and tires In good condttlon.
and repainted. Cost new
38,000 Sale price, 1,300.00
Car Wo. S3 REO 1909.'
model, 2 cyl., 22 II. P.,
Touring Car, with top,
etc.. cost new -$1.260.00....
Sale price, T 50.00
Car Wo. 84 CADILLAC
1908 Touring Car. 10 H. "
P., In good shape
.Sale price. 878.00
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