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FEW GOOD WOMEN GOLFERS
But More of the Worken Are Taking
to the Gtmi.
EXPERIMENT WITH THE SPORT
I -New York rabllo l.liika See Mane
ho Have nut the aatardar Half
Holiday Free Women Woo
Have Time 'ot WIIIIbk
Balmy day a and early prtn aunahlna
naya yaa tmpetua to the promleea of an
-antful and etbuiatl aaaaon of ont
daor Ufa about Omaha for the aeaaon which
r. now budded almoet to the bloeaomlnr.
At the tluba which frinar ih nn ...
itiorfce city from the rraen oountryaide, pre-
W l aummer porta are much
In eytdane. Tennia eourta. ball dlamonda
and -o!f ilnha are appearing In the beat
fornvad, manlrured and eombrd.
Plana outlined point to an unuauallv
active aummer aeaaon In Omaha. Arrange
mania ar In the proceaa of formation for
eral wlf and tcnnla tournamenta. Not a
'w f the amateur bare ball cluba have
lrady made their preliminary llneupa.
Abo.d Carter lake and Lake Manawa the
nbweba ef w later ar belnS awept out of
t buna-alowa and club houeea. Rowi of
ewy painted boat a and canoee point lo
etei!v Indulgence In th aporta of the
Johnny Kiln aenuree ua he la Klad to
back. Why wouldn't he be? He had hla
ay. But at that, lay Ins aaUi the Injury
k'a rwtura doe to baa ball law. w ar
ail glad to aee Xoley John back in a Cub
uotf.irm. Wa hov It may be a solace to
tn troubled little soul of Mr. Murphy and
comfort him durtn- the trying daya of the
summer when he fail to fill all but three
en the wi ui and only win
three-fourtha of hw gme. Kllng insists
ho aa eomo back. Of coura. aa the laymen
tt ho lo already acm. but speaking In
tno trrntrular of the eport, ho haa yet to
"m" But we. too, roally believe h wUl.
An4 ho dea, well
landlna; (Reading Left to Rla-htl C. K. Willi
Hlttln, ( Heading Left to Right) Lester Shepard. Majeatlo U. J Wei anri Burll n.nn c v i Tl?' Cl.t.v; P- A Jans- Muscatln: C. O. Balrd Iowa Cltv
Knoxyllle. and Leo R. and John S. Leeper. Clarkavllle wetm.ann, aurllngton c. K Klein. Muscatine Lieutenant Morton C. Muuima. Coach; h . 8. Mender
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' iuvia H1KLK TEAM.
In tleing with Columbia and Washington ranked near th top from the first and
States collage for the National Intercol
leglata Rifle league chamDlonshio. ' the
University of Iowa Rifle tam upheld the
record of th middle west In the competi
tion closed last month. The Hawkeyea
were only defeated by the crack Wash
Ington team. The middle west triumphed
over th east in the shoot off of the tie,
for Iowa defeated Columbia.
Coached by the beat revolver shot In th
United States army, Lieutenant Morton C
Mumma, commandant of the university
regiment, the Iowa team made a close race
for the national championship, despite the
fact that th team shifted ranges during
the winter. A year ago Iowa finished In
seventh place, but the coming of Mumma
last September put new life In the rifle
L. R. Leeper won the medal offered by
wommanaant Mumma for the best average,
NEW"YORK.Aprll .-Oolf clubs and
balls have been amour the most aaIaIiIa
sporting goods for the last mcintha owlna
to the unusually mild March, and attendants
at tne van Courtlandt park link and club
house have had to st.D llvelv tn ant iMnn
In aliap for th uausually early turnout of
golfers, Including soma of the heat all
around women players In this part of the
country. By this la meant women who
have not Played In tournamenta or trieH
to qualify In tho champion class, but who,
to us the words of a golf coaoh. "play a
bold. Intelligent game as If they enjoyed It.."
juis man, who was Instruments! In In
troducing golf to this country lwntv.n
years ago, thinks with saveraJ other if
teachers that speaking generally American
women nave not distinguished themselvea
In this game and that with few
they play an Inferior game to the English
"Of late years the number of mn iiv.
ers has Increased enormously," one teacher
declared, "while there has been ntti or n.
Increase in the number of women players
In the lust five or six yean. esnclBllv in
the class which alms to play a fine game.
Lunng the money panic of 1907 the ...
cessions to the men golfers were large.
Man after man who never before had Wket
at a golf club with any personal Interest
niteu nimseir with a bagful and started In
to laarn the game, rlvlnc as an .,t.
that anything was better than sitting In an
office doing no business and worrying.
uiu neuner then or at any other time In
th last half doien years has there h.n
corresponding Increas? of women.
When the game 'raa coniDaratlvelv n.w
In America the fashionables made a great
fuss over It and other women follower!
suit. Most brglnnera acted thnurh hi
really wanted to show the English women
that we were not so slow over
It came to outdoor sports, and a few women
Ola CllmU UD Into the ohamnlr. l.o l
wonderfully short order. There Are now
tome fine golf players among American
women, but compared with the numher or
poor players the showing Isn't remarkable.
ine American woman's faults? Well
here are some of thorn. To begin with
CLUBS PREPARING TO OPEN
LoTert of Outdoor Sports Are Getting
Ready to Flay.
WILL START SEASON IN MAY
Thus far Orahaaa la going along welt
H a htm leg I giving him no aerloua
trowhlw. Ho still belloy It will last th
a-wAom our. and If It lax half th aeaaon
ut It iroh,.iiv wilt nvr agala trouble
h w. CAraham return hi both eurprlalng
ar. gratifying. tvmn ho at n tim
t-pir.d ever ef playing ball again.
Manmout threw Roller, of courao he did,
If K was an tha eauare. and th chance
a. it waa. ft.iiter la not In th Mahmout
aiaaa. act la th Zbyrako elaaa. sot In tha
W'etrgar mM an IM.,hlrt)t you
Hum and Beoll.
" J hA bran 1vini tho 80s a run.
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. 1 n a Wosteru league. There' a good old
1 aa long ao circueea sty awAy.
, V I ni'AHtmn of tin. result Is now gon.
i.uitwf leave no option for Jeff 11.
no Aitti'v muxt rtum etiampion of th
' Kay. asv. hoy. tVhy don't ho aah
lf to tlit Atimetiiina.
A Dlkr Johnny Khng'a memory
will hie af'nr th .atlonl unnmlKaim, ,B
for,.eii. Sn. it phttins hair to U
"nail MtAK out tins year with th
a no. t ,., i achiev thirty victoriaa. tial
unaiit ttiak hitn over all.
for threo vear s a Denver iui
l.. mi. tnat Pa Rourk haa a winner.
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Formal Opealosa of All Five of tho
Local CI aba Will Tak Plaee
Darlaa; the Month of
careful ground man, ahould be equal to any
In thla section. A golfing team of twenty,
which will play a good ateadV game, will
b developed early, aa tha material la all
at hand. Of thia number at least ten ex
pect to te equal to the best ten of any of
the other cluba.
Th golf teams are under the manage
ment of R. M. Laverty. the chairman of
the golf committee, who is counted one of
th best players of the club.
Ball Team Organised.
The bass ball manager la George S. Ken
nedy, and th chairman of the base ball
committee Is Otto Raduwelt. The team
has organised and Is' ready to accept any
challenge. It Is to be the leading .m r
South Omaha this aeason, and vflll be able
to put on a good brand of amateur base
ball. The first game played was with ik.
Omaha league team at Vinton street park
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Th early spring weather of the last
month haa aet tho blood of lovers of out
door aporta to tingling and final prepara
tlona are being enthusiastically made for
the opening of Omaha's clubs.
Improvements have been made with a view
to Increasing the comforts of ail the clubs,
and when the tlm for the formal openings
arrive each will present better facilities
than ever before.
The date aet for the opening of the
Country club I May 21, and at that tlm
a dinner and dance will be irlven for tha
members. The committee management has
been done awav with anil a rvntm-
slonal manager has been employed to look
after th club and the grounds.
May 7 la the date set for the ouenlnv
of the Field club. A dinner and ball will
ba ertven on that nlirht for the mmhr
Additional ahower baths have been Installed,
increasing the numher from five in r..ui
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to accommodate the Increased membership. "ent ,rom Leland Stanford university
and a change haa been made In the arrange
ment of the hnnkera An tha vnlf pnnrjll
Although th club haa not been formally
opened, golf haa been played for a month
past. The clay courts are In excellent
snap and every day members who indulge
In tha racquet game have been working
Uassr llallsn Iaaarovea.
Although It haa not been definitely de
cided, it le practically certain that Happy
nonow win nave Its formal opening on
May 14. Tha occasion will be celebrated
by baa ball and golf In the afternoon and
dinner and a danc In th evening. Her
th golfer and bas ball entliuslaata hav
ben playing alnc the beginning of warm
weather. Th buffet haa been open for
two weeks. Improvmnta in th yard hav
bea made by moving th sheds to the
north aid an A fllllna tn with ntArm mnA
aod In tha back yard and laying sod In
tne front yard. It la the Intention thla year
to have mor golf matchea and mart enter
tatnmenta by atartlng earlier In the aeason.
About forty new members have been added
to th club list since the cloning of the
houas last season.
The Miller Park gulf club has elected of
ficers for the ensuing season and commit
tees hav been appointed. Much Interest
is taken In the prospects fur th coming
year, and Multr park promlsea to be one of
th favorli reaurta for the lovers of sport.
The commilteea that hav been appointed
are: Field, C. M. Trcy. II. C. Townsend,
J. Run hmor and Lewis Kelale: tennia.
Z. l t'lKKk. L E. Uillesple and E. J.
j Haii-h; membership, W. A. Kills, K. J.
Vette and J. Merrlam.
j Mwatb Oiauaha laeveaae List,
j Th South Omaha Country elub will open
j th aeason formally, on a data to be an
j nouneed, befor May li. The membora
I hav bevn enjoying th privileges of ih
club for several weka
! T!ia membership at premnt la about 19
j and a new campaign with th object of
adding another lot to the active list began
Friday. Several tvams wer appointed by
T. J. O'Nttlll. the president of the club, and
thrso will conduct the campaign undar a
i comprehensive pian. Th conadtutlou of
I tha club hunts the membership to 3(9, but
tills numb, r haa not yt brm reached. A
I great effort la to b mud to mura that
j many mi iulr this year
I liiiiucemeule offered Include a apcial in
, illation, fe of Wi to be good until Julv 1
: and a lauceiltttlun of tn ftiat aia month a
a....-.!dua It i hourd that thia DroDoattion wilt ( glanced at the lncre.sd
1 . t. . averaupols or Ins setnnd
b accrpiabl and make th club mauiber- ,akd-
aniu laraw enuugn to warrant tn tiMmiv 1
j improvements punnrd and th ultimate
. puiiha of tlitt cluU grounds. Th lattr
ruiKMiiioii i a tnoai drairable fur a a busi
I n. a vvuiur it la a id to b excellent.
1 The gulf cool h will b fur 0.11... iki.
rrioay arternoon when they held the
Rourke'a 9 to 1.
The club la to be provided with a buffet
this aeason and a large basement room will
be excavated and fitted up for this purpose.
Other forma of outdoor aporta such as
tennis and croquet will receive special at
tention. A plan Is on foot to organize a local
golfer league for the purpose of develop
ing tho teams and as a means of securing
a schedule of games which will give the
sport mora prominence.
Golfers at all th rlnha ar .n.i 1..
awaiting the tim whon the ground keepers
permit mem to play on th riiip
courses. They have been barren frm t..
amooth greens all winter and will not he
permitted to putt on these smooth aurfaces
until alter the grass has been soaked and
has started to grow.
Bits of Home Sport News
PeM.ylvania'1 , Relay Races Get Much Attention from College Athletes
All Over the Country Chinese Students at Yale Take Part in Base
Ball and Rowing Foot Ball Reform Rules Await Test in Service
The Pennsylvania university relav races
on the thirtieth may be resolved Into a
tussle between the cast and the west. The
University of Texas signified willingness
to Bend representatives to thla meet and at
somo um in the future a team will be
Pennsylvania's most promising sprinter
thla season Is Texas Pamsdeil and It would
be very Interesting to have a team from
tho biggest stste In the union contesting
against an eastern team, the star of which
la named Texas. The University of Chi
cago and the University of Michigan will
ue represented In the four-mile rae
Every promise la given that this 'year's
meet win eclipse all others ton before
Nearly fifty colleges In the east and mid
dle west will be represented, not including
Texas university. The letter received from
tho Athletic association of Leland Stan
ford stated that a auartet of runnra woiilil
be sent from there after they had developed
a team able to compete with the eastern
The south hss the base ball fever. Tha
hookworm la a thing of the past. The rea
eon for thia la not far to seek. The big
league teama congregate in the south late
In the winter and play a long aeries of
exhibition games In the spring. ' Hence it
comes to puss that several month
given over to the sport south of the Mason
and Dixon line. The outlook for the r,h, th
em league this year la very bright. And
the Mouthern league can thank the National
and American leagues for a good deal of
tne interest of tho Dixie fans.
Japanese and Indian athletes sre com
mon, but It is not often that a China..
diplays interest In muscular development.
However a rurprl.s cropped out In New
Haven recently when Mun Vln Chung,
a chink member of th freshman class,
announced himself aa a candidate for the
baa ball team. Mun surprised the coaches
by his agility in the field and hi batting
eye. He la a candidate for the outfiald.
Daniel M. Chung is another Chinese stu
dent at Yal who has taken to athletics.
He ts on of the best cox. aln of th
freshman rowing crew and has currents
down to a science.
Little Johnny Kvers of the Chicaen Cuha
gain thirty pounds of flesh during Lis win
ter layotr from base ball. Even now he
tips the beam at 11&, but savs h mill
fifteen pounds of this before the active
"1 xpeol to piay t XM pounds this sea
son, says Evers.
When Charley Murphy saw Kvers h got
they were about to do weeks before they
acted and allowed time tot all tha criticism
and comment that colleges, coaches, in
structor and players wanted to make
Foot ball revision has made real strides
and those strides hav been in the right
direction. Tho number of deaths and acci
dent In college gams regulated by then
,U,M wm D iessned next fall. But this
fact remains: There have always been a
..uu.oer ot ratal accidents In gameslayed
by amateurs. This same thing will con
tinue this yar because the boy players
will use the same old rules which they
have always used. It will take aome years
before th new style gam is universal
The abolition of the flying tackle ht a
safety device. Th four periods of Inter
mission ought to strengthen the game and
save th player. Th rule against pulling
a player holding tho ball will prevent
bruise and hurts. Modification t.
side kick Is another rood thina- Th.'
other changes, but these are suffllcent to
snow me good work already done.
When a college athlebe la an .n.i .
shin upon the field that h is willing to
work upon an lc waa-on durina- th. .,..
thon season to keep In condition he deserves
10 succeed. Joe Horner, tha naw imt,i
track and field star, has reached the top
of the first rank not alone by native bril
liancy, but by hard work h nit nrj.n..
ance. Kven in the summer he does not
drop training. Three summers ago, the
year before he went to Michigan, he
worked on an Ice wagon to keen in erudi
tion. Horner's home is in Umnri
snd he suys that he will do Ice wagon'
duty there again this coming summer If
possible. It was thought that when far
went to Michigan he had developed as
mncn aa he could, but under Fltxputilik
his work has shown marked 1
Not only la ha fast In both the dashes and
nuraies, but he can put the ah.t n,
the hammer, discus and lauoiir.
jump nearly six feet, pole vault ' eleven
feet and board Jump nearly twenty-thre
reel. The only events In which h- t...
never taken part are the distanoe runs.
Base Ball Gossip
in Western League
Managers Are Still Seouring New
layers to Strengthen
nd It I. the bone of the loe.i ,.. "7 "ome or """ To begin with
send this student to the bla- shoot to be T"!" "d then
held this summer at Washlnaton n C. 11 " !.rt". or "dements keep her
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and longer. I never knew or hfard of an
American woman who would rixe at r.
o'clock In the mornlna- rather thn mi
the pleasure of going around tha course or
lose tn advantage of systematic practice.
"Th averaare woman nlov.r 1. ...iiu
discouraged. Some expect to learn In a
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me numoer 01 lessons reoulrert unu wo.
men needing many more than others. Many
or ma Dest piajers I have known, in fact.
were siow at the start, having to over
come extreme awkwardness and a firm
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the WftV ha hanrilarl hlmn.1 In I .. . .
. ... iiiBitdQ 01 in a straight line.
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at fct. Louis. He trot one hit out of tho I .i.i 1- . . .. .. .
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two made and one run out of the three Lack of nerve or great timidity are among
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wv.u .iiii" wimoui tne serious drawbacks to success
an error. "iu . .. . .
1 01 uuniiuni io acanow.ieage
. imiri, mo uiimna Doy. wno went to tha awawaraness msnv woman min
St. Louis Browns, has been playing on Play without being coached at alt ant.
the regulars all Week and Is showing up '"a" to pick up information as they go along
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Sometimes this wnrlca out niii, .11
from "Bill" Dwyer's wife, savlnr? that h- Oftener It leads to the acnulrlno- of haA
husband is recovering after an operation naba to overcome when the player gets
ior appendicitis, and that he will be able wners begins to take pride In her
proper coaching wouM soon he In lh rh am
nion cIaas. They ave self mil. porting and
haven't lime lo pr.iclUa enetpt on the Hal.
urdy half hollilsy."
Among the oun married women who
nsn the links on other days Iheiv r also
some enccllrnt llaera who come revularlv
and work Conscleutloiialy. keeping their
outfit In on of (lie MX) luckera An n I a I rw A In
(he club house, which are rented by lh
season for a nominal sum. ftalurdav anrl
Sunday pin y era mostly rsr'ty their cluba
to and from the links and aet a thmr
own raddles besides.
If the price of balls kreim on aoa rln m
I don't see how 1 can afford to ni at
all," one young woman complained lat
Saturday. She had ti'tt learnari that th.
price of balls had been Jumped up It M a
dosen, the best uuallty now riling for from
$7.M to $! a dosen.
"This course Is so open, tliouxh." she r.
fleeted, 'that with car one need not Iosa
many hall. When 1 began playing t lot
on a day, but now I seldom hm ona a
'Judging fnym our experience her nlf
IS getting mor and mora zonular with
self-supporting women and with married
women who don't find It convenient tn
patronise the out of town gulf clubs r
can't afford to belong to thrm.
"When golf was flrt started In thla
country very few self-supporting women
paid any attention to It, thinking It was
one of the fads Intended ontv for tha rich
Now It Is different. The rich ar so taken
up with motoring and alrshlns that thav
ate neglecting golf and the women whi
can't afford a motor are taking up golf.
"The iitnn-hole golf course opened re
cently at Pelham Hay park would be used
by twice aa many women were It not a
stirf one-mile walk to It after leaving th
trolley. Before long when the proposed
new trolley line which guoa to within a ,;
few yards of the park entrance Is put lit
operation the golf course" will be a boot
to one section of the city."
Hart Will Captain
Princeton This Fall
Physicians Report His Physical Con
dition is All Right for
to Join the champs In about a month.
The new pitchers have been slimed h
Jack Holland for the Drummers. One is
Bayer, a St. Joe southoaw. who n-ot
irom Liouisvtiie through some mix-up be
tween tne clUb, and the nlaver an th.
other is Thoresen, who played with Duluth
in tne Copper Country leacue HoiionA
traded Outfielder Fouts and Pitcher Ruetor
Why don't you enter for tha tmirn.
mem: 1 asked a youna- woman wh
anew played golf nearly averv rt.v Kh.
looked alarmed. 'Oh. I haven't the ennr.
hub. j aon t piay well enough!' was her
x was surprised unt 1 I saw h..
long after on tha links. Than 1 1,1,1
This young woman had not lamA
Fred Hunter, who played first base ,., ? .! "eP nlp" at holJ1"- dy
year with Sioux City. Is makina- , "tlck wnen "k'ng a drive,
Kansas City. He has displaced jaw! t.: !"'e,u"nVir tne re"uIt" were or.
ley at the first sack. Ka.isaa Cltv ...o " '" l JU"Ury her ny kind of
writers seemed to think Kred wa. Z, A. . m' And 'et -he had worked con.
stout enough at the game to n.a vin An,.;.: ",e.y nd "ally loved the game.
can association class, but that wa. ..-n, ." . "aa Deen badly tftunt by blends, not
th. .i... n...... ... mugnt at ail by a nrofasaionoi
T.iii-i. Jiw nave rropabiv ihi..j -
Ih. H . 1 .1 - 1 n nM a 1 1 I ( I J II Tnnr. a,. .
- - - 11 u l mure
Boone, the young busher wh, i.k... t. " ,r lM Women olf P'
Picked uo. eem .0 h. .u. """'" wnen there ought to be
, . . l"i- least ten times that number
uuui cmss. no nas hunt- ona on hmh th- .,. .
on the prairie lots In Wfch.ta. " Z I 'r'0:.. wl
Comlskey turned over Tn ' 4"u'18 "-'"ner. drop
, t ulu ivoman" '"r" ew 10m and other lartre citlea
evidently thought too much of him to let " not prohibit women from usmg tile
1 -"iiiuih una isunaays
Walter Mattick has reoorted ,.i. .. more women would ni .1
- " 1 . iu . . r j " uioi n wouia
Manager Davis at Des Moines. Increase instead of a falling off In
the number of beginners. But I sunno..
PRINCETON. N. J April .-The student
body Is elated over the report that Kildl
Hart, "12, Is to be permitted to captain next
season s Princeton varsity foot ball team.
According to the report of th thre phy
sicians who examined him at th request
of tho faculty athletic advisory board, Hart
may play foot ball without taking mor
rlBks than fall to the lot of the average
athlete In tho course of a gridiron contest.
At the close of last season, Eddl Hart,
fullback, was elected captain of tho 1310
Princeton varsity. Directly after hla in.
tion stories arose from various sources
that the Tiger leader played foot ball with
a broken neck and used a special harness
In order to keep hla head in position on
hla shoulder. The foundaUon for the re-.
port came from tho tale of an accident
which Hart auatalned In prep, school. Ha
dived head first Into the goal poau durlnaj
an Andover gam and crumpled up hla.
neck. Th Injury waa a serious one.
When the atory In Its final version,
reached tho athletic officers of Princeton I
university they refused to permit Hart taw
continue foot ball and represent tho Orang
and Black while hiding apllt vertebra In
a specially constructed foot ball helmet
Hart declared that reports of hla broken
neck were greatly exaggerated and the
faculty requested him to submit to a phys
ical examination. A second set of storieo
immediately appeared. ta.tlna- h. u.-.
had been examined and waa in a nn...,,.
condition as far aa hla neck was concerned.
x ue most recent examination waa made on
March 11 and Prof. Mni.n.i...
... . vnxiiiiAa
or the faculty oommlttea on oj,a. . .
made the physicians' report public th other
The committee of thraa h,.i.i...
eluded a Tale and a Harvard ,im.
was composed of Dr. V. P. Glbney. Dr. C
L. Gibson and Dr. John A. Hartnr.il rrii. .
mad a number of X-rav examination, .-a
came to tho unanimous conclusion that
nan naa never fractured any of the ver
tebrae and that thera wa.
he should have a head mask or protection
of any kind unless It be a high collar of
leather or some soft material to prevent
omul, ineir report waa reai u .
" I UHIIi
'First The original ini,,.- t ..
."ji to 110 way
affected tlie bony or ligamentous etruc-
.urea or tne spine. It consisted In th
rupture of some sma.ll anri i.i, .
tendinous or muscular structure.
"Second There, la no ....... . .
should not play foot ball with th. e.iii...
and safety that pertain to the ordinary In-
U I v iu 14 CXI,
"Third No hdooIbI a.nnnrntna ia a...i
either for safety or efficiency."
Several southern colleaaa aianin.A ,h.i
intention of continuing foot ball no matter
ntneiner th liitercolloa-late commit... .11.1
anything helpful or not. And now comes
tne prepared schedule of f.it h.11 a...
from the University of Virginia.
"What are you drinking'.'"
"Why?" asked Johnny, perking up.
'Were you thinking of buying aoinetbingT"
U ramam. , ,,i actual ,1 mutl
ad iti.u A... ba on iiiiiU,
l-aaou .a bAfo, Th. gia. Miyena' f tL '"0t U' ,VohJ
tainy sodded and with xtSTf "7 . I l. W T" 'Tco.l.gl.,.
ith th. aid iU a euramllteo .
a danut idea of n'
Billy Sulilvsu. catcher of it. -i.i
----- - ...w 1.111WHU
V l.lt. Sox. ho has been vr ill i.i..j
" J ... UIUIJU
poisoning in Los Angeles, la tmu.- i.. ,-i.i.
cago r-ruperatlng. 11 will be able to play
with th learn, although h ha.l to r...
While Andrew Cariugl. I. ' endowing
cl.uri'lies with pipe oraana an.t 111
llbrarla. and John D. Kockefeller Is build
ing universities. Jamea Patten, the rich
Chicago wheat king. I. hrlpln out Indoor
athlrtlca. Mr. Paiun haa given Ihe North
western university at Kvansion, ill. the
bifcStm gymnasljiii on record. Mr. fallen
has thus made Indoor base ball pos.iblo
for t' . aihl.tle hall Is Jii ft g nJ f.o
hard when the season opens.
Jack Holland wanted Pitcher m-t ....
the Drummrra, but Manager "Hah." t
saw him first and landed him for his team.
ria-n isoeii s brother, who is with Siouit
Cltv, is beating the sphere hard, and he
loo-ks like he was going to make good with
the riioux. '
Topeka aud Wichita are iinin. i.
hard and cleaning up most everything they
tackle. The iutlon is. "Can they stick
Unless Nlehoff, Da Moines' third sacker
shows up for practice soon it looks like he
will be su.pend.d. If he do;sn t report this
Jtar It means that he will be out of base
ball for four yeurs. under the rule govern
ing such cates. It Is thought, however
that he will have a conference with Owner
Hlgglns before Ihe season starts.
President lllfcgins of Des Mol... ...1 ...
other player from Coinlnkey last week. He
is Kartls, a third baseman, and niav.ri u-t.i.
OMUeito, N. V.. Inst yrar. It Is said he i.
clever. Cymlskey thouuht enfiuith ii f 1,1...
to diat him last fall.
J.i rommentina on ihe rx-iihii i,.
'"' between Omaha and 1.1,, n .1,.
.ioi 1 writer rur tne Lincoln New says:
",;' "maiiaa anam played Ilk a lot ef
new hands on the dump, apparenlly nol
knowing how to work together sn.l luks
advantage of the condll lona. while Lincoln
men put up such a game at una might ex
pect 10 see In August." Ves, o.d scribe,
Lincoln ml;lit look like tliat In August, hut
they have'tu yo better than that If they
want to get near Iti top of tha i.rcenla.
A report from the Sioux camo -av. .n .h- ,he ni"nber of beglnnrs. But I sunno..
pitchers ar working well, and that there Cftn,t be chans-d very well If
are rewer sore arms at this time than J nave now " day
there were lust yiar early in 'the season .. . W"k' ,n Enf1nd It Is different.
An agreement has been reached between , .. ' ,Mld.. 8U' ry "nk at R"rnond.
the Des Molne. club and Jack ii, A .:' , """" l"',e ' woman's course
he will guard a Booster garden thi. . . " l"U T" " CourN' of one
Bluux City ha. been rather ., . . .i. 7, " " ,ee" ot ,he . Women
bat .0 far this season, but M. " r."'" 1 . " I"ay 0,1 u, llnk h men. It
Is of the opinion that the veteran Ji V , , 110 beU'r work'"
soon get their bau.ng eves and swing o l,k. .T " Cr"andt
hard when the season o .en. x " " llnk. ' are no m, ,,'. days. A. a .
era. ning, n fact, men hav.
lu.oays ana .Sundays, which l aturally
are the most crowded of the week; and
f golt la losing its popularity with women
It cant be proved at this links
Borne ten years or ,0 ago. vUn tht
couise was opened free to the public a
rule was made that Intw.dlng p.yer, ,"
wilie to a park commissioner f,.,. .
. . .,. , - . inn,
and this rule was enforced quite .uolly (n
tho rase of women aonllcant.
few and far between. Since the subway
was extended to the .entrance of the park
this rule Is more honored In the breach
than In the observance. "We couldn't keep
t up. said an oficlal. "Won,,,, arrived
In bunche leaded down with clubs and
said they had forgotten to bring their per
mits along or told boldly that thev hd
none, and to send them away seemed un
kind wtlh 187 acre, of , courHe
out before them Idle."
in th. height of the .e.son figure, show
that anywlure from lOu to sin .,...
. - - -miirii una
thtt links on Saturday and on
number being regulated by the weather
Somo are so enthusiastic that after coin-
K.-....a ion ciguieen no.a whii. .i
.. " iaae 1
....... ur wiree miles of territory, they
' "'r,r D'" ""be at the end of the
waiting row of sev.nty-ftve or ona hundred
mor baxa and settle down to rest and
await their turn lo do It all over at. in
Thee are the ort of pluyrr. golf teachera
like to ate, although l .,, P,B1 (h
player may not be up iu the hlahe.i .,.,,.1
anls If her enthusiasm ia. hniu . t.a,.h...
inera are young oinrn who pUy B1
Van Cuitlandt Park Hatuidss who wliii
with John Hofmeister Getuine Beer Extract
.'7.7 -; V V
' -kW )!
Sample Can, Kiioitjjli to Make 2i
t.alluiiN iif Kit h Hwr, Ht-nt FltKK. A
Mun,' Unman or Child Can Make It
Sand for frra umdIi .a n ..... n. o. -1 -. 1
arnd .nouli Hnliu.iM.r nr titr.il 10 mak. t't
gallon. Willi Mir liitriirtli,n Anb..lt ran mak.
lha .am. fin. quality rl laaar hr that ka.
Iin mail. In llirniinr lor ana villi ll .litil.ir
be.r Kirait A flu., o.llili.ua. ai.arkllni ,aer
1 ni bren.d In anv huim. in . t.. .m.i.
wllhout any Irtmhl. wh.l.v.r. Thla la a
tlantful Unify Mall and Hud Kaer lli.i al.aa.a
v.ry ni.:nt.r of III family. li la may lo In...
iiq a. .ism that ry.iyaii.r. It ia inrrfwtnu-s
br.rr Imwt i.nnat b. .,ld. You ran miht U
lor a..,u' t ii. lallutl ami y.i ll ik. II
tmlt.r Ih.ll Ih.t mil. In. In ..l....n. ... .....
las. J ust t.nJ 20.- in .lampa or ioin 10 halp pay
for paikuif anil ahli'iiun ml a. .and Sampl.
an. Clinuall Iu maw ;MS gullntia. t'KKk AH
nl.ara.a alll h naiit L.irf nn . m.L. u... i.l.
vna li.v.r drank latt.iia 1 HK Tllk ililhl.V
XSL liMri.B ennena
JOHA.N'N Hill. 11KIS1 Kit.
17 Hottii.lalar llulldlni. tlili.fo. Ill
Slul n.a rkKK (in. a.Mmi. c.n f t...rn. ......
Hay Kail.rl. .Kougli In ma. a ;t, .allolla Km.
gu.lliy Kial Ij.r Hw I (iirlnaa :. In ,.lp
pay for parkin, .ml aiupplng Sius HKKK
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