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High School Track Athletes Get Out for Spring Training and Show Good Form
LADS' IH PRACTICE FOR MEETS
Fiftcea High School Youths Training
. for Track Eyenti.
GOOD " TEACK TEAM EXPECTED
Wand. Renlr-y, Klltwnrik and Millard
hniv 1 p la Ffne) form aad Arc
Relied frtr Tlmem la Trl-
Ahoub firteen lads wrarlria; Omaha High
echool rrark . suits and also class suits,
could be ami on the High school campus
Werinrfclay atterknorv This was the first
appearanr ef the lata for spring practice
for the 111 track ' tram. Robert Wood,
cajrtaln of the tram, and a few members
of lost yr-ar'a team wre llmberlnir up
ptellmlfiarr to the regular practice. Sev
eral of-.tho fads who will constitute the
track team this year made their Initial
ai ix-arance thin year In the Young Mrn'i
Christian assoelatlpn gymnasium last Sat
urday nllfht when , the first All-Omaha
Indoor meet was held. Wood scored hlKh
man In the. meet, making the moat num
ber of jjolhts tnreughout the evening.
Wood took first place In the twenty-yard
dash and lirnt tlace la the standing broad
Jump. If Wood la able to win from the
Young Mn's Christian association teams
and from BtUevae, who was also repre
sented la the meet, he will probably show
up Wfll In lbs various high school meets.
Andrew Dow, another youth who made
several points to th meet, will probably
make the team, and will go out for the
quarter-niHe run, donides the shot put
and the hammer throw. Vergil Hector baa
nut yet start! on trark practice, but will
begin Immediately after thte basket ball
season la flntfhed. Rector has the school
record fur the jilgh Jump, and also In the
pole vault. Rir-nnon - Rowley, Millard and
Drexel, will "be seen this year In both the
100-yard 'anh and the 220-yard dash. Row
ley, who has -the school record for low
hurdles, has not been out yet for prac
tice, but will probahly ' begin the latter
part of the week.' I-eonard Lavldge, who
took first place m the TrIC'Hy meet last
year for the high . hurdles, was out
Wednesday and showed the good form
which he developed last year.
For the big Indoor meet which will be
held at the Auditorium on April 1, the
Omaha HUch school will enter so mo fast
men. Wod, Rowley,' ElNwerth and Mil
lard are the four men who will be most
relied upon. In the meet, as they are fast
and have all made -brUHant records. Prac
tice will be held every other afternoon
until next week, when must of the boys
will practice every day.
New York Bowlers
Carry Off Honors of
Day at Tournament
Mailer of Ardiley Club Wini Leader
ihip of Individual Series One Hour
After Crewson Capture! It.
BVFFALO, March .-New York and
Brooklyn bowlers today carried off the
honors In the most sensatlrrtl day's bowl
ing sine the opening of the fifth Inter
national tournment of the National Howl
ing association. Jacob P. Muller of the
Ardsley club of New York won the lead
ership et the Individual 'series an hour
after it had been captured by Walter B.
Crewson of Alliance, O. Broer and Tuthilt,
of the Oermanlo Bowling club of Brook
lyn won third place In the two-men event
and McLaren and Nutter of the Ger
manics took tenth place In the same series.
In the latter game Nutter bowled 234 In
the first. tJ In the second and 232 In the
third, a total of 6S which stands as the
high record of the tournament for three
games in any event. It does not count as
an Individual score, however, as It was
made in the two-man competition.
t'rewbon, the Alliance bowler, waa mill
receiving congratulations over getting the
top notch In the Individual event when
Muller set the eastern delegation wild with
erthuslasm by rolling his, 66$ game. Crew
son made sixteen strikes, twelve spares
and two errors, while Muller bowled a
perfect game,' seventeen Strikes, twelve
spbres and one spilt.
Crewson rollvd S1J, and 217 and Muller
made U".. : ai 4 2:K 11 or ton of Yonkers
was next beat i die individual, tiulng for
seventh place with t3.'. More than twenty
five-men teaiua bowled tonight.
Tram Averages 1,867 la Match with
IOWA C1TT, la.. March ..-(Special.)
Iowa riflemen are confident of a victory
over the I'niversfty of Minnesota In the
weekly Intercollegiate by mail"' rifle shoot
held today, in whioh the Hawkeye team
scored I.S67 points out of a possible l.QuO.
Minnesota's aggregation of marksmen has
not near approached such a score this
season and with the Qopher team out. of
the road Iowa has only Columbia to de
feat to make Its title clear to the national
Intercollegiate chanipionMhlp. The Iowa
men scored as follows today:
standing. Prona. Total.
1.. It. teeper.
lies ...... m
W illiams ....-...',.,v... SH
Hansen .1. ......... m
T. PACL TAKK1 FIRST
PI. At E
Dispute Over Games
in Washington Soon
National Bate Ball Commission Ben
der Deciiiona Affecting Seven
Major League Clubs.
CINCINNATI, March ".-Three decision
affectlnir seven major leairue clubs were
alven out by the National Base Ball com
mission late today. They Include a pro
posed solution of a dispute between the
Washington American haaue club and the
Rrooklyn and Boston National league or
ganisations over exhibition games In the
national capital next month.
The Boston club complained that It had
contracted for the exhibition games on
April 1 and . but subsequently It was noti
fied that the Brooklyn tram had to appear
In Washington on those days snd that
Boston could come April K and t. At
games had been booked elsewhere for
these days. Boston asked the commission
The commission recommended that Bos
ton apppar In Washington April 7 and
Brooklyn on the following day. It was
stated that "compliance with these recom
mendations will be compelled by the com
mission should Its attention further be
called to this case."
The commission allowed Vlmer H. teach
er's claim of $174 from the Bt. louls Na
tional leatrue club, whirh bad released him
to Chattanooga of the Southern league.
This latter league's season expired before
the National and Zacher was granted pay
the lost time at the rate of his major
The Detroit club of the American league
was denied a rehearing of the case by
which It lost title to Tlayer Tlco to the
Vernon club of Los Angeles. The evidence
submitted by Detroit, however, showed
that Tlco had falsely represented himself
to be .a free agent and he was fined loo
by the commission.
OMAHA LEADS At OUTSET
Takes Preliminary Basket Ball Game
STATE TOUBMMENT AT LINCOLN
I.lucola Wins Its First Cane with
; Tecnmseh and Aurora Has aa
Easy Time Trlmmlo Falls .'
Wester Division ! Indoor Hlfle
. tau'a Kads Match.
ST. rAl'Iv. Minn., March .-I3y wln
I !g the la.l match of the schedule from
Untie, the &t i'aul rifle team captured
ftist place In the western division of the
Indoor Rifle league and will shoot for
national honors with the team of New
Haven, Cons., ut the eastern division.
The Rutte team scored S2 tonight, while
the St. Paul tram's score, earlier In the
ft Taul dm not lose a match during the
season. Butte won eleven and lout one.
Breoklrs Plays F.rrorless Hall.
HOT tfPRINMH. Ark.. March .-The reg
ulars of the It rook I. vn team played error
less ball today aaintt the second team
oi n sain ciuu ana won thr to une.
Atrhlion. Kneisrr and lull for tha wm.
nlng team, kept the lilts reduced to five
ami eacn iiiuma spinud form. McfcJI
veen. TonUi. M. laubrt and lluiu
mell were the bitters ot the game, each
semiring a uoume ana a single, ."v ore:
it II v.
Heaulars ,.,'.., 1 1 0 1 t 0-1 6
. ;.... i u u v v w u v o 1 ft
LINCOLN, Neh., March 9 (Special Tel
egram.) Omaha, Lincoln and Aurora were
winners In the first round of preliminaries
to decide the Interscholastlc basket ball
championship of the state In the tourna
ment held under the auspices of the uni
versity at the gymnasium today. All three
winners won by large scores, the respective
losers being Stromsburg, Tecumseh and
Nearly 150 high school athletes are In
Unooln to participate In the basket ball
tournament. The teams are In charge of
a faculty representative. The games
started promptly at 3 o'clock, as scheduled
by Manager Kager. Crowds of between
sna and watchee the,.. play , dmlps; the
The floor was cleared at o'clock. In
order to permit the caret's to, drill. Of the
twenty-one schols entered oUthenburg Is
the only one which failed to. sbow up, With
the default of odthenburg- Thursday aft
ernoon, Clarks had no opponent and was
advanced to the second round. Friday aft
ernoon all of the teams winning the first
round will meet for seml-prellmlnarles.
There will be five games In the armory.
The games are each with fifteen-minute
Sidney, representing an odd number, was
also advanced to the second round because
It had no opponent.
Omaha Wins Early.
Omaha overwhelmed Stromsburg In' the
first game of the afternoon aeries, the final
score being 68 to 15. Superior team work
and faster Individual play enabled the lads
from the metropolis to pile up the score
almost at will.
Tecumseh proved but little faster than
Stromsburg and the score resulted, Lincoln,
40; Tecumseh,- 19. Lincoln excelled In team
In tua last .game' Aurora defeated Falls
City by almost as decisive a score. In the
first half the Falls City five held Aurora
but were unable to stand the pace and
Aurora soon gained a comfortable lead
at the beginning of the final half. The final
score was it to 17.
DETROIT STAKES ANNOUNCED
Two-Foar Class I'ace Included in the
DETROIT, March .-For Its Twenty-
seventh Annual Blue, Ribbon Trotting
meeting, July 31 to August 4. the Detroit
Driving club announces four stakes to
close on April 4. They are aa follows:
The Merchants and Manufacturers' stake
$10,0(10, for 2:24 trotters; the Chamber of
Commerce stake, $f,0u0. for 2.13 pacers; 2.11
class trotting, purse, 13,000; 2:04 class pace,
The first three stakes are renewals and
alll be raced three In five heats, while
the 2:04 pace Is the fastest ' class of the
year to be Included in a stake list and will
be two In three heats. One of the big
futurities will be raced at the meeting.
With the late closing purses, the total for
the five days will exceed 00,0jO.
STUM FOR THE ALL-EYENTS
Clever Work Breaking Single and
WB0TH S SPECIALS MAKE MARK
Roll 2.4T2, Walrk tilvea Tkesi Seeesd
Flare In Five-Men Kveats Old
Timers l.e Money Posi
tions. In the five-men events the Wroths' $p.
rials rolled the fine total of 1.872, which
Pisces them In second place.
Frank's Colts of the Commercial leajrtie
shot 2R!2, which Dlaca tham In riK
sltion, the Monte Christos and PeU Lochs
losing meir position among the prize win
ners. Three teams out of the twelve already
rolled have a better total than which
In tournament shooting la considered phe
nomenal, Myron Stuns broke the single game fcnd
three game total of the tournament, shoot
ing a 2i7 score In his second game and
landing a total of 8fi In the series. Roll
ing 632 In his doubles snd then 64 In the
five-men. a total of 1.29 for the six games
P aces him In position to win first money
in the all-event as Anderson fell down
considerably In his singles.
The five-men event closes after tonight's
play. No doubt exists as to the Stori
Triumphs being the new city champions.
The two-men and single events will con
tinue throughout the week.
The Brandels Buyers did exceptionally
well considering that they were the only
team entered that did not want tu finish
In first place.
Standing of the five-men teams:
Stors Triumphs g(rn
Wroth Specials s72
J. 8. Cross 2.S48
McCord-Hradv Advos .....'...'.'!!'.! 2,718
FrAhlt'a t ' 1 ,
' Hrlen's M on t e ' C h lis toil 2 ' .5
1-1 IS LArls . rlSq
Stors Malta . tit.
t misha ilicycle in'di'ans.'..'.'.'.'.".'."...";.';.' 2,509
Maseppaa , m
Unndels Buyers..., , ltii
Laat night's scpres; . j '" ,
T . - , It. 2d. 2d. Total.
Iyendecker lhH 2U 615
Deuker 12J 137 4 3f7
Amsden m ISO . 185 4(4
l'iPPld 1M 152 iJO , ii
' JJ( Hi
.k.. ....... .178
Totals 785 898 889 2,671
... . !. 2d. Sd. Total.
eekes 2tl 212 199 812
younger iM m lm 48g
J-agerberg 173 1H8 wi 662
"7 170 JK3 178 u 631
Cochran i5g 170 171 499
Totals 863 923 906 692
WROTH 8 SPECIALS.
u 21- 3d. Total
khy -7 183 167 657
i Klr" 1M 1 174 640
Mtddaugh 1 j,2 i61 m
Stun!t 181 267 226 C64
TptaJs.)..v.,..T...j 89t IMfl piT Jj5
Ohnesorg and Berger Jumped Into the lead
in the two-men event with a nice score ot
1,221, Latey and Baehr Into second place
with 1,304. The tournament standings fol
lows: Ohnesorg and Berger 1
Latey and Baehr ,rl
Francisco and Stuns !''
Gllbreath and I'ruyn ' Z
Balzer and M-rti
Hammond and Anderson"!.'!.'.'!
Krltsi her and GJerde J ,2
Murlin arA ...... 1,1H
.-. .... i innwiier,,,
Moran and Bowers
Travnor ami p.im..
1 1 11 n 1 ,' v m n 1 t'n. ail - -
Bjlomon and Hlnrlchs!!!!!!!! 1 n-i
Oodenschwager and Cochran.!!
Klauik and Zarp '"'ri
. ......... Bin.
Last night's scores:
Totals , 404
21- Sd. Total.
17 2X 625
li'2 169 Cn)
368 atl iIji
2d. 3d. Total.
192 187 W6
171 187 6i
Jta 374 1,075
2d. 3d. Total.
176 1X7 632
187 H5 550
363 152 1,083
Id. 3d. Total.
174 169 644
215 171 6S9
389 340 U33
Ml 194 W9
189 153 501
890 847 1,070
2d. 3d. Total.
2 198 (UK)
224 198 604
427 394 J204
TEARNKV UKMKS TWO sTOHIKS
ttnri'i, Omaan' Deal Hark User.
Watch for a BTOKZ sign. Ktep In and
enjoy a Us of isTOitZ' DEIJCIOUS
IKK'K Uh.KM. n draught on and after
March a STORZ' BOCK BEER sets the
pace for alH Competitors. Nothing to com
pare with It In quality la Omaha. If you
lah it In bottles phone CHAii. 8TOHZ,
Web. UaO. lud. B tlO.
President of Three-I l.eaaue Mays lie
Has No Notice.
ClIICAfiO, March (-.-President Al Tear
ney of the Three-I Base Ball league to
nlKlit said he had not received notice from
the fnur Iowa clubs In the league that
they will not stand any further share of
the expense Involved In fighting the
Waterloo, la., club. He also denied he had
received a proposition said to have been
submitted by ball players In Bloonilngton,
Ttie BloomliiKton plan la to form a new
lu-HUe computed of Danville. Kankakee,
Decatur and Bloomlngton for the north
wing and Peoria. Bpi lugf leld. Jacksonville
and (Julncy fur the south wing. The ap
peal from Judse lirldlry s Injunction re
straining Tearuey fruin Interfering with
the rights of the club has not been filed.
Dunne Track Traai Mnlna; I p.
CKKTK. Neb.. March 9 Sic4al. Doane
collese I. sati.fiKd with the outcome of its
first year of basket ball, ls.aue won two
sanies by defesting Wesleyan and harnev
formal. All Interest In athletics centers at
present In the prospects f,,r base ball
nine and a track tram, l oach Price has
had some m.-n out for lrout in putting
the shot and tlirowing the ImuuiuT and
has also sent a few m. n around the tuck.
The outlook In base ball I. a little uncer
tain, home nw men are candidates for
positions aud they must yet show their
Hammond of Stors Triumphs was the
high man in the play at Garlow's alleys,
South Omaha. Ills record was 615 and he
beat his opponent, Anderson, by an even
100. M. Martin of the Willow Springs made
the next beat score bis total being 558. lead
ing Balxer by 40. Although Hammond's
figures make a good showing for a tourna
ment the new alleys did not make for ex
ceptional records. The fresh field and the
new pins put the players on their skill
and these conditions must be taken Into
account In passing Judgment upon the
The play In Houth Omaha last night was
the first round of the singles and the big
crowd that hung around the alleys showed
the Interest the tournament has aroused.
When the contests become closer the Inter
est is sure to be even keener. Scores:
Hammond , .V2
f Sildenafil wager
first fi-anii and then null for the test of
the nine f'aino,
Sternly old 'jnhn Htons ihs It on any of
the younsnr Hmrks around , town. His
ball la pure a killer.. ,
Jar-k Kutirey puiieit ami betit and add
a mile Ui Iiik to gel old 69, W- work, but
there was nothing doing.
The Stors Malt veie false alnrms. yr-i.
they beat the I'lkew of tl,e Commercial
league -out ot their position,
Fagerbetg's second game was s'lVely a
tough one, three wide open splits ivlid yet
he finished with a sicoie of life.
Just to show tke hoys he Is still some
shooter. Weekes pulled down a MM'.totaJ.
Makes no difference te him on what alleys
PAT'S COMETS TAKK TWO UAH Rt
I. S. Rational Hangers Trim Crelgh-
rat a Comets took two out of three froig
Andy's Colts. Baustlan had high' game of
28 and high total of 632 for I'at's Comet.
White had high game of 181 and high total
of 497 for Andy's Colts. March 9: Andy's
Colts against Idlewllds. Score; '
; .1 PATS COMETS.
. V ' tot. 2d.' 3d. Total.
Kaynlsh .....X... M3 '170- 148 446
Baustlan ,. 173 . ' - 151 b tt
Barton 173 ' 174 169 616
Totals. ...... ......... 479 . 653 463 1,494
ANDt 3 COLTS.
' 1st. r-1. Sl. Total.
White m ' 165 151 497
Sweeney in 70 1 43 446
Silk -. 168 157 163 488
Totals...............". 4S2 491 ' 4S7 ' 1.431
The United States National Rangers
took three In a row from the Crelghton
Dentals. Jai-kson had high - game of 203
and It Swanson had high total of 5-7 for
the Rangers. Nelson had high game of 177
and Kllng had high total of 490 for the
Cj-slghton Deqtala. . fteore: ...
, . CKSIUHTON DENTALS.
lt. 2d. 3d. Total.
Unix ,.v. U'g H6 i:8 412
riling 140 1G7 . 153 4ti)
Nelson lat 177 1.9 444
Totals 406 490 4J0 1,316
V. . NATIONAL RA NGCH3.
- Mi- 2d. 3d. Total.
R. Swanson 131. in? u 441
II. Swanson....,'.!...... l2 166 21K) ' 5i!7
Jackson ;.k.v-203 ' 168 106 . 477
' Totals!...,..;.;,...;. ttf' 490 454 1,445
II A CK 1 1 WI.M . FHOjT '. OROIfMAN
liasslan . Lion sin pr. Roller Win
Matches at Kansas ' City.
KANSAS - ClTt,;, Mo ' March 9. -George
Hackenschmidt defeated . Henry Ordemkn,
ahd Dr: B. F." Roller threw "Amerlcus" In
a double event 'wrSstllng bill,' given by the
Hmpiro Athletic club hera tonight, Both
matches were fast.
Roller threw Amerlcus the first tima In
1 hour, 13 mlnues and 68 seconds, and won
the second fall In 30 minutes and 20 sec
onds. Bach fall was secured with a com
bination half-nelson and crotch hold.
Hackenschmtdt was the aggressor in the
second match and during the entire time
had Ordeman nn the defensive. He secured
the first fall In 1 hour, 2 minutes and 8
seconds with a, ha.lf-nelnon. and the sec
ond in 14 minute and 31 seconds with a
double barr arm hold.
Movements of Players.
NEW YORK, March (.-President Lynch
of the National league announced ap
proval of the following contracts and re
Contracts With Boston, William I.
Burke, H. S. Spratt, Frank Pfnffer and
W. J. lngerton. The last named la as
signed by Vhicagd;
ilgned by Chlcagd; if .
With: Jk-fioklyru ilbur T. Schardt.
With Chicago. R. T. Fisher. David
Shean. William A. t'oxen and A. F. Hoer
man. 1911 and 1912.-5
vvitn Cincinnati, 8. v. Pauxtla.
With New York, Louis W. Drucke.
With Philadelphia,- Karl U Moore. 1911,
1912, 1913; J. A. Rowan.
With Ilttsburg, Robert Bvme, H. Cam
nltx. John M. Corsiden and W. B. Mc
Kerhnie. ReleaHes By Brooklyn to Rocheater (E.
L), Thomas McMillan; to Blnghampton
(N. Y. S. L.), R. -M. Blakley; to Mobile
(S. A.), Tony Smith.
By Cincinnati to Syracuse, (N. T. S. L.),
S. E Pauxtla.
Boxing 'at Cleveland.
.CLEVELAND. March (.-Johnny
Kllbane of Cleveland was awarded a de
cision over Johnny Albanes of Columbus
In a ten-round bout here tonight. The
ten-round bout between "Spike" Kelly of
Chicago and Tommy Gavigan of Cleve
land was declared a draw.
Walnnt lllil Boys Win.
The Walnut Hill, school basket ball team
trimmed the lada of the United Brethren
church Wednesday night, winning from the
church five by a score of 46 to 4. The Hill
lads simply went in and bad It all their
own way. The Walnut Hill quintet is
looking for game from the teams In
Omaha composed of players under 14 years
"Our baby cries for Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy," writes Mrs. T. B. Ken
drlck, Rasaca, Ga. "It is the best cough
remedy on the market for coughs, colds
and croup." For sale by all dealers.
Mela fatuous Hoi lleer
In bottles on and after March (. Guaran
teed to be the only genuine Bock Beer
brewed In Omaha, Family trade supplied
by Wm. J. Boekhbff. Retail Dealer. Phones
Douglass Ut: Ind. A-2119
SOUTHERNERS TALK OF
PROSPERITY FOR SECTION
Commercial Con a re as Begins session
In Atlanta, Addressed by
The Bnkonlc I'laaur
destroys fewer lives than stomach, liver
and kidney diseases, for which Electric
Bitters is the guaranteed remedy, ioc.
Fur sale by Beaton Drug Cu.
Notes of the Tonrney.
Honest John Bengele goes to a tourna
ment like a duck to water,
kept his scores below the 170 mark.
Bob Manley was the -only Brandels man
to draw a turkey during the evening.
Anderson lost control of his curve ball
an-1 Mas forced to fall back on the fast
Milkmaid Jones his a fine young worm
1 hhii I 11 axes jusi io imnuiea tor uie ban
I to hit.
i Seemed like fsll around the alleys lust
'n'uht. cherry picking seemed to be every
J body's bobby.
I I,eyendecker a the only Buyer to shoot
tetter than 5u0, but he is a regular leaguer
land oufcht to.
' llf.Lin at Ihu ttlBtlilui. Tin.- r- uu- -tll.-U
for Ilia ciKara being the last to make a
inks, ilarr Maulxy got bu right la Uie
ATLANTA, Ua., March 8. The South
ern Commercial congreas' first session
was devoted to speech-making by well
known men of the country and delegates
from the various southern states. Kaoh
pointed to the increased prosperity In store
and the multitude of mutual advantages
which are hardly begun to be utilized.
John M. Parker of New Orleans, preal
dent of thi congress, in a general state
ment, explained the aims of the oiganUa
tlon and Its conventions. Speeches by Gov
ernor Joseph M. Brown of Georgia; General
Julian 8. t'urr of South Carolina and I'nRed
States Senator Duncan O. Fletcher of
Florida and Secretary Edwin L. yuarles
of the Southern Gommerdlul congress, were
followed by addresses on the general topic
"External Views of the South," by leaders
In the business and professional world.
These speakers Included James Wilson,
secretary of agriculture: George W. Per
kins, formerly with J. P. Morgan & Co..
and Arthur Kavanagh. cashier of the Na
tional City Bank of New York City.
Special Medicine far Kidney A 1 1 wen La.
Many elderly people have found In Foley's
Kidney Remedy a quick relief and perma
nent benefit from kidney and bladder ail
ments and from annoyiug urinary irregu
larities dus to advancing yeaia. Isaac N.
Regan, farmer, Missouri, says: 'Foley's
Kidney. Remedy effected a complete curs
in my case- and I want oth-ri to know ot
It." Jr'or sale by ail druggista
SCHOOL "FRATS" FAVORED
ew York Hoard of Kdurntlon Places
Itarlf on krrvrd ns OpuuslaaT
NEW YORK, ' March I -New York s
Board of Education, contrary to the policy
of many hoards' throughout the country,
went on record today as opposed to any
legislation designed to prohibit pupils Ut
Every L eirsoEi
who has played the races, bought
mining- stocks or gambled :: :: ::
world and you have lost
And you will play it again and you'll lote again.
The wisest man who playi the races, or peculate', hasn't a chance.
We are all "tuckeri" together.
How do I know? Because I have played both endt and lost
I am an expert on horse-racing.
I made 17.30 grow into 1,500,000.00 in lets than two years, giving
tips on the races.
And I lost it all betting on my own tips.
I am an expert on mining stocks.
I have induced the public to part with $200,000,000.00 for Nevada
I engineered the Goldfield boom.
I was on "the inside." I got in on all the good things.
I haven't got a cent to-day.
I have gambled since I was a kid.
I have been in all the gambling hells that count for anything.
I have as good luck as the next man and a lot more experience.
I have won all kinds of money. Hut I have lost every cent.
All I have to show for my ten years' work is a large fund of expe
rience, some odd recollections, and this firm conviction :
The Public hasn'tvgot a chance.
I have no intention of telling you a hard-luck story, but I do want
to tell you how the game is worked.
It's not all bad. It's not all good. , ;
It's merely catering to the American people's insatiable desire to ' '
I want to tell you .
How your money goes.
Who gets it
What they do with it
What chance you have of winning it back.
I want you to know the game as I know it, see it as I have seen it
-from the inside.
This is not a moral expose. It's a life story. It's just what the
"My Adventures with Your Money."
It's a great yarn a real adventure story. And it's true.
George Graham Rice.
"My Adventures with Your Money" begins in the April number
of Adventure. The first chapters lay bare the inside workings of race
tipping bureaus; and especially the career of Maxim & Gay7 which Mr.
Rice owned and operated. It's a great story. Ask your newsdealer
to-day for April
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