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THK Ur.V.i OMAHA, SATURDAY, MARCH 1. 1911.
Wolgast Gets Decision Against Memsic in Ninth Round, Referee Stopping MU A
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( Ha tailoring of Ina afieirt'i-.n eeeliio
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laallaai Hrpnrl Nrrala4.
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Inrrai.caia n.ft'li I inna amn lha Imllana
in h v innLai rataiinn In faaril In
land ll'ln that hav ln lanln ,y lllamtl
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aaainat lha lull .r...a.l Tha ucaati
law wntiia) rlrr H.a IMIra i.f lha Iniliana In
thalr lan.la ami Hi. In. liana i,.,, r; ihi'lr
Mi..liaa aliil wiiu,. a.ra.ll)r i. nulla .au
lrla. W l.lla Hia ura niM'llril to hnlil
lharn thar aia Irpi fr.,in .ivprlv. Two fun
lla wara ..ui.U anmn ail, rx mm fur
aal aalna Hi trill Tha r.p..alt..n In
11 ar-.nr.l n i.ata iiivnltail a numl..r nf
rnn lm ara umlar Itxlli tmatil for frau.la
rag lha In. liana, hut lha rnmniltlaa
ar4 thai lha Imllana would h haM.r off
If Iha4r ruarrlaaa rrlailona wara lralhl
ana .! Ba m.i. h aa aalhla with. ml Blv
tmm liaam aa labia titl.a lo lha lanila. Thaia
rm numarmia raaaa of Mramy whli li
ahi.14 ha kroaanta Tha houaa Kik no
a. ii-m n nih rapurl.
Tha xllotiriiH at noon lo Monday
ahamr.n a did lha honaa afiar lha com
Wttaa ft, wl.oia w..rh In Ilia aflarnoon
A iiam. in Itnld a .-alurday aaaalon aa
rlaf-laa) n tha hnnaa
n-.nd I Mam.ir waa firat tu ,n, ..
riinrha,! ., ...lin, , . ,.,, h.Hjy bOWa
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mmm i.m inn. anoihar 1 lln, h and
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n an Inaiant
4am.. I,,,., ttt4 tifht , fhm
ad ..l.a. i ui a -tiff .r( m lha atumarh
7" round waa allantly In favor nf Mam-
n..nd J Th-v . Iin. had and Mam.l.
'"" ihiaw .. t,t ,,. warna.l hv
ta al-,.a Ma,.(. ,u, a hr, rtKh, ,
1 . h an. I Wulaa-I i..aia. Wnl
aaat ...(..I a aira.uhl laft .,1, n,r mi. a and
ar.utM fi,.t iv .inaai i.iit anutliar
w 1 ha fa. r and I., airalaht l. fta t .
h In ft irn lla ani in a t-rrlfl.
af- an. I In a . Im. h In.tn lamlad hard I.hI
o ii,. ni,n. waa atan
H ..in. Wan at. aant In a atia.fhl laft
1. th taw .n. W i.iaal ruahJ him. land-
fia'i aad laft nn tha f. a Maroair
,ara.l and lUnm ahl'I'd a laft l lha
v. lga.t than Mil a hard laff uir-
In H la. a and Manji"!.1 ro.arad aaain.
War.ir laxt.d a a'iff rlaht on lha jaw.
I " aa M .,1,11 a r- ind
taowd Tka r.-had Inln a rlln. h and
tai lha ,.aaa.ar Mental.- landed a hard
lent w lha ) viea hi had a rtvht
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haMf !... hmd, hl ,a On the break
a4 am t.
landed b..th nM and left on tha
faaa end n..,gae, a hard la-ft to lha al im-
wall Waliiai fca-'aaH Vemeir to t ha
" laaaliag terrtf- r ghta and lf t a to
fa, at aad ! Mamelr I,
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a aat-.aa m,i4 M,a.,v arm in left, loj
(he KmO a-.. I W, nn -i.h.l lard-
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t-"" a... ti waa aiiiim i r.n.nd j Tom J nkinj. champion wre-tlrr of the
t,., ..a. h-.l .,,1 W 'tl1 j w, rid t.af.,r, in .(.routed bv Krank
...-. a t ..a-t l. .. Mamal--, ,n wrestle In Omaha Mar, b
a ,t-l a .lie . ' r. ha .! .ril tt.(.'x at th A.idlt'ji lum. tne. ting J.-ss W'ester
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Dr.itroy.,.. liy Fire;
I'aiiM Watch Sight
Mitrtil.f hlfiw ,mp Start Blaze
nil Hutting; Off Wnfff rsflf
' II I ' I 1 1 IM Mini, I 1 A (.1 inn l.i t a
I .a i.i and a alli.l wind fia. a
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tia. a I '.himI ,.it ii..,) a a 'I 01 idt'inap
II in. Inn lad li 1 . 1 1 . . r n r 1 1 v ahill "ff Ihr
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aim a ma", nf f!atn' Thi' li." wa rtl
fnalrl ml I l li mIm.uI .iI nf wlllrli Wlia
. 11 1 1 a.l f.t In .i ra 111 a
f hiutiNa I Ni,,a .r r wlilrtit nf Ilia Wa-h-It.alnii
I, nil ii iti. rallail a ninrllng of tha
dirmftta nn. I nnninitnr-d that wink would
Lii. 1 liiiiii.iliaii lv nn tin' 1 iitiKttui Hon 1 J
""I land ll F4.il II auf flrli'iit rigrrns
had nul l.ri'ii nmda . thr ripmlng of thr
aiaai.ti. A.HI II tlm npctilng gHine might
In. Hanaf.1r1.il in nthar langua pnlnta Mr
figurrd dial lha tiaw aland and ripalra
mild rMiilia an Kpiiiillluii- of IIikmhO
Tha flra waa li wed t.y a I.ik crowd af
fana who. In tiur liMar IihM aplrit, luiaurd
lhair Hilddiiv inrill lo anr llir hltixr. Thr
lin.hn tliiiuiah (In- pollrr lima and
lrnni.r d our Ihr (liHinond. which wax
a. .1111 a IiIk mud puddle. Thr gardenrra
had I. iiti fi 1 k hk cd In rnlllng I In- hunc lima
lull IimImv a flic marrrd thrlr tiD of
Tha I ii in lT hi.I nf lllslnKcr HrnlliciK.
I1I1I1 iidjuiiia H.a uitk. wun thiratrni'd fur
a 1 1 mo. Iiul thr four atruclurea oner oe.
cup'i-il l.v the Ihu-I'IIhI eoiiatltuli'd the only
ll.. ., II,,. 1 1 1 11 I . 1 fi m -illmut $.0.(100. .NO
pur waa injured
Tenuis Girls Elect
Officers of Club
Laura Zimmerman ii Made Firit Pres
ident of New Organization at
Ijii. ra Zimmerman wan rln ted aa the
flrat prraldrnt of thr new glrl'a trnnla
oiKunlaatlon formed nl thr Omitha High
hniil Thurailay the Omaha High Kchool
Itai 'im t cluh. Morn than l.'fl of the young
Women of thr ai hnol have Joined the trnnla
rluh. and a tournament fur the champlon
alilp nf thr achool will he held this xpring.
l-ur a. one years paxi the boya of the
Omaha lllnh ncliuol haH held annual
tiiitrnutnrnia for the champlonHhlp of the
a Intnl. and l ontefta with the rac iueti ex
prrla of ('rrightiin cullege and Uelievue
are arranged, with the crack players of
the achoola competing. I.aat year wa the
firat that tha giila held a tennis event, and
II waa very aucreaaful.
Mlaa Kraale l'umont, girls' phalcal di
rector at thr High Kiiioul, will act as the
lea. hrr In charge of the club, as the rules
of the achool provide for each organiza
tion lo have a teacher In connection
The full Hat of officers elected at the
meeting Is aa follow; Laura Zimmerman,
prrnulrnl, Hrulah Hyrd. vice president;
Mildred Kller, aecretary and treasurer;
Klixaheth Itainey, reporter.
Crescents Win One
More Speedy Game
Walnut Hill Five Defeats Omaha
High School Juniors by Strong
Tha Walnut Hill Creacrnta added another
train to Its list last night, defeating tha
Omaha High aVhool juniors .11 to 21. Tho
Walnut lllil eiiiad took the lead at the
-t.rt of tiie Kama and aleadlly drew away
fri in the high achool five, outplaying the
acliitlantlu tram all through the game.
r elera waa the star of the game, break-
ing up the high school plays and scoring a
Ulal of is pnlnta for the Crescents. Osman
.h. h. . nl..k u. i .
l,rnx'd ,,MJ ,,,r '' alnut Hill op-
ih.iihI, reaching above him and simply
! takiiiji the ball on the lossiio.
Tl,. tui.nt lii.i iw t
lowed the example or the senior s.iiad and
. dr f rated the Mouth Omaha High School
' J ui-tora 17 In 11.
In the other preliminary
,.- l,-i.. i ii,,, .
p.clory from Hit freshmen of Soutt
ttmaha High achool. winning M to 17.
-Tll (naUp ,.f n,,. Cr-scrnt-Oniaha High
, , "
Jun.ora aaim, was.
O M. JfMolts
Mr I LI
I II nun,
K J J, u.
L li., It li
Tom Jenkins to Meet
Former Champion of World to Meet
Bout with the Famous
, " ' " ' t-i..iia inHllw
lor at Writ l'-.lnt 11:1 lary a adeiin, teach
ma I p. i f-aiii a future ..Iflt i rs the art.
, , l. l . ...
'.i ... in- mat i inn wiiitrr
! .an. la is a hi.- I a mantling an even
ail ft aid weig'ung iAi pounds He is
n't. -i at thr wr.-kiling game, know-
it he ttointa
' h..r. I'. . rt ,f I 'minci! I luffs who
r.l w t A. lull h t:rnst. IIachrnchmidf
-:'.!. atrim-r. fur ha f .an hour In
i i t il IVm.iri I-. w ill l.e mat, hd
- -'' ' '" "f I he l.aa: men 111 tile
,.rr,m. n 11 . -
irt PniTuTrC Tfl n i ,v
JIUSjS U0NAHUE TO PLAY
FIRST BASE f-OR CHICAGO
I rack r lral Maaeiwaa V rllra that lie
I l luar I air ua l,.r t una I a
f.lrr,d Id ja!,'t,
Hii.l-n l.l-ia. aid
, tlJ tll
t'i.. a'atamaiti to I is
a'aiemam to I is
la a : : nia an
Ih-V al: Wat I
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J. la n i
an-t w r It-
li (i t I f
. r -.. ,i win.
1 of 11, e
J 4 I
I a .uia a . . 1.- 1
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- of I ,
""" e in !'e li.n;s
....! www a. 11 It.... u -ti r.i. .
.p. ..f e,- c.at.-tan a-,.1 a-nt t thai kln- W U Milhken of Indlan-
!,'..-iic a-uuinuttra i tuna .a lipoma who plays Mr. Avery.
CHICAGO UNIVERSITY ENTERS
Stgg 1 Men to B Here for the Big
HAS A TEA-, OF SPEEDY MEN
anrla til of tha Ills f'ollraaa of Ihf
Waal llatf aiw l.ltr 4aara
ai'ii nf Tkrlr I'rrarnca
t'nlvataity nf ( IiIi-bko has doflnltaly de
rldrd lo anlf-r Mir Omaha Indoor mart April
I ami a. trlrirratn tinnonnplnn that Coach
A A Sla:; would brlnn atrong trHm hrre
waa rn-rivrA at tha Omaha Athlrtlc anso-'
rlnlmn hriiiliiuartrra Frlnay morning.
Tha .Marnona will brln a rrlay tram that
will ha a alrona; ronlratunt for the winning
hotmra and will lie onlrred In tha Mg col
li'ga ri'lny ra'". In Ilia Individual avrnts,
Chlraito liaa a nutnbrr of men who will
run rloaa to tha wlnnrr If thry do not take
off all tha high honors of the mrrt. I. N.
l'avr-ntort. holdrr of the western confi-r-
nice records for the quarter mile, :4S,
and for the half mil run, 1:66, and who
runa In thn mile run, will be on the tram.
Othrr stars of the Maroon aquad are
Mrnault, the weight man of the team.
Long, a mile runner; Karl, star sprinter,
and short daah man; Straub, quarter mller;
Itogera. pole vaulter, and George Kun,
hurdle runner and relay man.
Kntrlis for the meet are coming In fast.
The Hats for KanKaa, Nebraska, Michigan,
Chicago, Tarkio, Coe, Wesleyan, South Da
kota, are all expeceted in the first of next
week and the othrr schools before the
wrrk Is closed. The namrs of the athletes
will be sent to the official handlcapper,
Theodore 1. Bland of St. Louis, next week.
Arthur Storz Buys
Fine Dog for the Show
"Tommy Crib" is Expected to Carry
Off Prizes at the Kennel
Arthur Mtotz will have another fine dog
entered In the Omaha Dog show, "Tommy
Crib," one of the prlre-winning Iioston
Terriers of the east. Mr. Stori purchased
him by telegraph Thursday and declares
that he expects him to win the two points
necessary to make him a champion dog In
the Omaha show. He Is now but two
points short of being a champion.
DEMETRAL ARRIVES" FOR
HIS MATCH WITH GOTCH
Ilia; lirrrk Derlarra lie la .In
Poaalble Condition for
William Demetral, the big Greek wrest
ler, who will tackle Frank Gotob. at the
Krug theater Saturday night, arrived In
Omaha Friday, ready for the tussle. Deme
tral Is in fine spirits and declares that he
Is prepared to stick with the champion for
a long battle.
Demetral will have the hearty support of
all the Oreek societies and clubs In and
around Omaha and all of them ara to
see their man on the mat. Although the
Humbolt man will probably find a weak
spot In Demetral and place his shoulders
on the mat without any danger to him
self, the Greek Is a husky fellow and will
give (toteh a good tussle.
Gotch will be In early Saturday morn
ing and after finishing his match her will
leave for Humbolt to spend Sunday.
SCH00N0VER IS FIRST OF
ROURKE FAMILY TO COME
Onirieldrr for Hesorta After
Pprndlng Winter in Oxford
The first of the Omaha players to arrive
In the city for the training season, starting
I Monday, was Clay Schoonover, outfielder.
Clay has been wintering in Oxford, Neb.,
learning the Jewelry business, when he was
I not too busy hunting ducks, and when that
transportation came he couldn't help it, but
I Just came. Dropped a half week's salary
doing It, too.
Schoonover will be on the Job trying out
for one of the garden spots this season.
Schoonover's early arrival beat Johnny
Gondlng on the betting game. Johnny
J wagered with all the fans that Agnew
would be first on the spot, and Insists that
Schoonover must have paid his own way
nrre or Agnew would have beat him to it.
IS TO TRY HIS PROWESS
Ralph Jonra Propoara to Cover
Mix Miles In Forty-Five
Street railway men around the Ames ave
nue house think they have a world beater
in Ralph Jones when It comes to long dis
tance running. Sunday Jones will demon
strate his prowess by making a run from
the barn at Twenty-fourth street and Ames
avenue, to the end of the east side park
line. Kor a wager of 13 he will attempt
to do this In fort minutes. The disafnee
Is ninety-one blocks, or nearly six miles.
He has already made the trip, following
the car line. In forty-five minutes.
Kmployes of thr company at the car
house say they are willing lo back Jones
ai;ainxt any runner In the state for a bet
of lnw. Jones is a car wai-her and took up
running for the benefit of his health.
l ol HMMKM
4mrrleaa bantpion Maraball W Ina
SAN SKBAMT1AN. March 17.-The Intcr
i auonal chr.s masters' tournament w hich
ha hern in propret-e hf-re for srveral weeks
cime to an end today. K. .1. Marshall,
the American chniion. finished In fourth
1'iaee. carrying with It a prUe of S ). A
In of Ituf.-ia on. I M. Vicmar ,.f
, ,,,, , , 4 i.l.l toe t..-colid and tlilid
Tte. areKa,ing II m.i The first prlz,.
I rf .I ' d.. I ..:. -,U.v In favor of J p
; ' H""'"',r,t "f '"h"
f.oi.r lltoll.l IT PINKIII llr
I Play In Plrat Malrh Riititd of 4aaaal
i TuarmnrHl Keen.
. P1M-.I1CRST N C March 17-llav t
.-la. .ii ,ur tu.-i ,iiii-o uiuiiu t, tua ailllllul
If ill. i hanililnMitlijit enlf , ,.i, e. u , .
k-tn with twrntv and twrnty-one-hole
j oiatche l.rtaeeii Kobrrt Hunter of Mid
I It.' 'nan and I. S ll'.l.on of Cak Hill ami
; , A v,ry of t
Itetroit Country club
fd U K Mu.e of th- ItuiUnd Country
!c 1 h aa Its features ntl'rr aurvivora are;
I Watt of Pond du Ijic. who will
'1'.;. Nat.onal Amateur Champion w. C.
, K'iwp. ; J. P 1 iardnrr of Hinsdale, who
meets Mr Hunter; C. N'. Phillips of Alla-
ll a, n ah., ma-la IV V
- " ' ".aaaaie or
Take Two of Three
From Saint James
Scannell and Wilson Come to Front
with Some Classy Bowling
Independents Take Two.
The Omaha Hlcycle Indiana won two out
of three games from the St. Jamrs last
'light on the Metropolitan alleys. The ft.
James showed acme very classy bowling
at times especially Scannell and Wilson.
Scannell secured the high totals with 614.
while Wilson got high single game of S20,
which Is one of the great surprises of the
season. The Indians outside of Single, who
got a total m. were a little out of form.
Tonlgnt O'Brien's- Monte Chrlstos vs.
Frank s Colts. The scores:
OMAHA KICVCI.R INDIANS.
1 .. n., a . t- . l
ioi. U. -Tl. J Ulnl.
'ngle '. 200
Gndensch wager ..St-.! "'j
ST. JAM KS.
J. Moyna .
Totals 8.11 !H K!2 2 611
Ir the Metropolitan league the Inde
pendents won two games out of three from
the Diets Athletic club, Joe Olllham roll
ing high total with 527 pins and high sin
gle game with 188 pins. Score:
1st. '.'d. Sd. Total.
Wilson 171 ITS lr4 fi02
Olllham 170 1K!I lHx 6:7
Murphy li", 14 lti4 41S
Totals 4tw 4tw Wti 1,442
DIKTZ ATHLKTIC CLVH.
1st. 2d. 111. Total.
Landstrnm lr i:'4 179 4Ki
Jackson l.!0 134 H'd 4JS
Sogaard 125 179 1W 473
Totals 440 417 612 1.389
In tha Mntronnlltfltl tene-oe th Tliets Ath.
letlc club won all three games from the
independents. Glllham had high total with
r.53 pins and high single game with 200
pins. Landstrom rolled high total for his
team with 626 pins and high single game
with 1S6 pins. Score:
DIHTZ ATHLETIC CLUB
1st. 2d 3d. Total.
Landstrom isr, is:t m 626
Jackson i:,tf 1T1 1ii 4W2
Sogaard 17 i7 123 4i,7
Totals m 6il 44ti 1.475
1 N O K V K NDBNTS.
. . 1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
W'llson 157 i;,2 i 449
Olllham 17S -Jim ITS 66.1
Murphy 106 167 123 446
Totals ...'. 48 619 44.1 1.448
Wroth's Specials and the Hosprs rolled
a double-headed, the Wroths taking five
games of the six. Score:
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Bushnell 14? 106 jr,2 401)
W. Zltzman 193 1H7 165 491
BUta 115 ISO l.i6 411
K. Zlliman in o IrtO 61 f
Bngele 177 191 16S 52'i
Handicap 58 68 68 174
Totals S42 862 839 J.623
. 1st. 2d. Sd. Total.
Iindgren 193 lia 2"t7 812
Wchel 174 im lfl 621
Straw 160 J60 1H0 480
Weber 203 155 221 679
MIddough m 194 217 tW4
92.1 86 1,006 S,T7
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
109 146 ins 43
177 11 116 494
162 164 169 4
1S6 181 193 6tt2
1611 160 160 4ftO
38 38 3S 114
Totals 891 873
Totals 863 9UI S44 1638
In the Omaha league the Jetters won two
from the Relos. Hull rolled high for the
Jetters, with 607 also had high single
game, 243. Yousem rolled high for the
Relos with 614. Score:
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Hunt 18-. lsa lsl 661
Kltxgerald 178 176 lol 515
Hrlggs 177 183 182 642
Chadd 148 13 162 ai
Hull 243 10 184 u7
9.11 847 880 3,668
Totals 822 966 805 2,633
In the Mercantile league the Equitable
LlfeB won three from the Metropolitans
Bengston had high total for three games
and also had high single score, 249. ricore:
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Johnson 129 144 177 4o0
B. Jackmetater 188 174 170 482
R. Jackmetater 300 168 14 642
BUI IRK FIRST
Cleveland Team. Which Katabllahra
World's Record, Vlctorloaa.
BUFFALO. N. Y., March 17.-The five
men competition at the fifth International
tournament of the National Bowling asso
ciation ended tonight and the Bonds of
Cleveland, who made a new world's record
of 2,969 pine on the third day of the
tournament won first prize, a purse of $575.
The two-mrn and Individual events will
end on Saturday. The winners of the first
ten prises In the five-men events were:
Bonds, Cleveland 1 9H9
Metropeolitana. New York 3o7
l.lbertys. Kocheater t U02
burroughs, Detroit 27,
Taylor-Moran, Patterson f'nm
Davls-llurtman. Pittsburg j'j,
'irand Centrals. Rui-heater 2 SV
Chalmers-Detroit, 1 hit ago 21,43
rniversal H ". llrouklvn 2,84;
Glenn Hidden of New York by a s ore of
664 pins In the Individual event today, took
Every Ed b Every LsansJl ShoisM Weur a
Esit His.. Eairs Ms IBiraLSidfl
OMAHA COUPLERS BIG ENTRY
Largest Entry at Dog Show that of
Mr. and Mn. Moore.
WILL HAVE NINETEEN CANINES
Maaagemrat nevlaea Plans of
t laaalfi lasT Does tm Regard to
Poaltlon Cata Coma la
The biggest entry In the Omaha Dog
Show will be from an Omaha man and hla
wife, Mr. and Mrs. G. II. Moore, who own
the Ak-Rar-Eten kennels. Mr. Moore and
his wife are both lovers of dogs, he being
especially fond of Boston terriers and she
or the little Kngllah toy spaniel.
Ths two have entered thnr dogs under
one name, the Ak-Sar-Ben, and together
have nineteen dogs In the show. Although
Mr. Moore contends strenuously that he is
boss of the kennels and all that, rhe
records of the show point out plainly that
there are fifteen of Mrs. Moore's spaniels
that will be on tha benches when the show
opens next Wednesday and only four of
her hubby's Boston terriers.
All of the trophies for the show have ar
rived and are on exhlb'tion In the window
of the Milwaukee ticket office. Besides
the cups displayed there, there are hun
dreds of medals and ribbons and some
money prises to be given away.
The committee In charge of the show l
working out a scheme of displaying the
dogs and cats that will be shown. The
gnneial plan of the show will be to show
the dogs of one class In adjacent booths,
but the two big divisions of the dog
show will not be recognised: that Is, tho
sporting dogs will not all be placed In one
part of the building and the non-sporting
dogs In another part.
In one part of the building a spot will
be reserved for the cats. No one has
come forward with a plan as yet prevent
ing the dogs from hearing the cats' mews,
or to safeguard the cats from hearing the
The hospital, in which all animals which
become In any way sick will be placed,
will be separated, if possible, from the re
mainder of the show, so that the noise
atjd bustle of the show will not seriously
disturb the sick pets. Very Tew dogs or
cats In a show become sick, as they ara
generally In the best of condition when
Downstairs In the basement of the Audi.
torium there will be built a sawdust ring
for the exercise of the dogs whose masters
do not care to come down and exercise
them. Attendants will be on hand at tha
show to perform this duty.
Tri-City Relay Race
to Be Event of Meet
Omaha, York and Sioux City Hig-h
Schools Are to Enter Fast
A trl-olty Intrrscholastlc relay raca will
be one of the big event of tho Omaha In
door meet. Omaha, York and Bloux City,
la., will ba the three schools entered, these
three high schools being considered the
fastest In th Missouri valley.
Th Omaha team will have three of th
crack men who mad It up last season,
Captain Wood, Rausa and Millard. Th
fourth man of the 1910 four, Harry Fraser,
graduated last June. Coach Cams of the
high school has not picked his successor,
aa ther are several likely looking candi
dates. Benson Rowley, a senior In the
school and holder of th Stat 220-yard
hurdle record, may run on the team.
On the York squad will be Wiley, who
Is considered the best all-around high
school athlete in Nebraska, and Keys, who
won second place in the state high school
meet held at Omaha laat spring. Meyers,
another fast track man. will probably be
tha third man. but th fourth man' nam
has not been sent yet. Wiley and Meyers
are also two of the best high Jumpers In
th stat. Wiley holding th high school
Aldrlch. star basket ball man, and Hutch
Ins, th holder of the state Interscholastlc
record for the 220-yard hurdles, will be two
of the men on th Sioux City team. Sioux
City and York expect to bring some rooters
Jong to help their runners In both th
relay event and in th other individual
race ana neld trials.
Noted Checker Player
to Meet Local Cracks
Alfred Jordan of England, on Tonr of
World, to Visit Town
Alfred Jordan, world's ctiamnlon checker
player, of London. England, will be In
Omen Saturday and will meet Just as
many of the crack checker players of
Omaha as care to play hint. He will play
them all simultaneously at the v,.,,,,,.
Men's Christian association Saturday after
noon and evening.
Mr. Jordan is making a lour of the
world, and is now on his return to Eng
land, having come . to this country from
Australia. In Australia he played 3,158
games, won 2.634 of them. 717 ware
and he lost seven. In America he has met
the best checker players in San Francisco,
Los Angeles, Salt Idike City, Denver.
Kansas City. Wichita, Lincoln and other
towns and has played over l.OnO games,
losing only two. One was. lost In Iaos
Angeles and the other in Wichita.
The Omaha Checker club is offering a
free membership to any checker player
wno win meet Jordan and win a game
from him. The Omaha organization is
entirtalnlng the champion and Invites
every one to come and play or at least
see the exhibition of so great a player of
(aptaln Knight Will He Admitted.
NORFOLK. Va.. March 17. -That the ver
dict of thr court-martial which trird Cap
tain Auatln M. Knight on charges of
neglect of duty resulting In the sinking of
the monitor Puritan following explosive
tests in Hamilton Koads lust fall, will he
an Hcquittal was the unofficial aiitiounc,
ment In naval circles today, following
signing by thn members of the court of
to Bo Asked to Solve
Three-I Tangle Now
Kinsella Says Springfield Will Not
Play in Schedule if Waterloo
CHICAGO, March 17 - E. .1 K Ina. lla
president of the Springfield Base Ball club
or the Three-I leHgue, tonight reiterated
his statement sent In a telegram ye-tenl.,)
lo Prrsldrnt AI Tearnry, that Springfield
will not play this summer with Wslerloo.
That the Three-1 league will be disbanded
was intimated by Mr. Kinsella, who said:
"Springfield may play base ball this Bum
mer with some other team. One thing Is
positive, that Is Springfield will not play
In a schedule In which Waterloo la In
Kinsella and President Teitrney held a
conference tonight with President H 11
Johnson of the American lrngue, a inem
brr of the National commission. After this
Kinsella said that all plans of appealing
been given up. An Immediate, anoml win
be made to Secretary Farrell of the Na
tional Association of Base Ball Clubs to
unwind th tangle that now threatens to
tie up the 1911 season.
CINCINNATI, March 17.-Th National
Base Ball commission has no Jurisdiction
and cannot render any aid to the Three-I
league In its controversy with the Water
loo club, according to the statement Issued
here tonight by August Herrmann, presi
dent of tha National Base Ball commission.
Mr. Herrmann's statement was issued In
answer to a statement that the commission
had promised to aid the Three-I league In
a fight against the Waterloo chjb by per
mitting Blx clubs to play exhibition games
Judge Grldley s Waterloo Injunction had
until the dispute is settled.
"We .know nothing of the matter," con
tinued Mr. Herrmann. "We have no Juris
diction In the affair as yet and I do not
believe we will have. It Is purely an In
ternal affair and Ihe National Base Hall
commission has nothing to do with It."
Tlacra Defeat Sta Orlraua.
IVKW ORLEANS, La March 17.- Mullln
and Covington were effective for the De-
""' .niiiri iiuun lonay anu Mew Orleans
loat H In O I' v 1'nl.k ... hi. a. . , . . .
. , ' - , " ' v- . . . t imp 11,-ai 111 I I Mr
the season in the first inning, a bunt.
wmcn a siower runner would hardly have
helalATt not I '.,1.1. . I ... .. i . .
- " "hoc BKcona ana
scored on Crawford s single.
hot cppmna 1,1. u . .a
-- - - --j - ."aivn ii, i.incin
riatl won today's game from the St. lunula
Americans, 8 to 1, and evened honors, each
j,,! ouw uavum 10 us creuii two games
The sensational form displayed by Arthur
Fromme for the Cincinnati team was tiie
feature of th game.
Harkenschmldl Wins Match.
SPRINGFIELD, Mass., March 17-George.
Hackenschmidt took both falls of a wrest
ling bout here tonight with John Perlll
of New York. The first fall took 21 minutes
nd the second cam In 8 minutes.
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They represent a combination of
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Omaha Y.M.CA. Five 1
Takes State Honors
Wins Rubber and Lands State Cham
pionship of Y. M. C. A. Teams
I.INVOI.N. March 17 -(Hprcial Trlrciani
The Omaha niin Men s Christian asso
elation basket bull five took thr third ami
deciding game Thursday night for the
lasket ball honors of thr slate, defealltis
'lie Lincoln team by thr seme of 23 to 19
Tha score falls to Indltntn lha relative
merits of thr two teams, f,,r Omaha had
the better of the argument throughout
Lincoln appeared to be elerpv and lacked
eonfldrnce In passing and throwing The
flrat half gave Omaha a big lead, which
Lincoln threatened to cut down In tha
second half, when the Omaha players
There was lots of fouling, the referee
being compelled to caution the men for
roughness. Wealn and Cohn played stellar
basket ball for th Omaha five, the cap
tain securing six points on free throws
and one field goal. V esln got two field
goals. Weldner played fast ball In the
first half, but retired at the close with a
sprained hand. Schmidt took Haskell s
place at left forward and did eome prelly
work, seeming two field goals. The game
tonight was for the rubber, each team hat
ing previously scored a vlcturv. The lineup
wauh U.K. ll.K lll.kni.n
Ha.8.11. B,.hml4t....LK. I. K vt".u!
?' ;: I ' Hll. hie
He K O.I H l , ,
wrlillirr L.o.l L.0 H,,l,ll
Field goals: Waugh. Schmidt 2. llvdc
Wealn (2i, Ritchie .H, Colin. Kohlnaon
Free throws: Cohn (6), Haskell tut.
Frank Gotch Hurts
. Big German Badly
Champion Wrestler Throws 260
Pound Opponent So Hard as
to Fracture Skull.
CHICAGO, March 17 Frank Uotch. cham
pion wrestler. In his bout tonight with
Henry Bahn. known as r'amsou, the J'le
pound German, tin t w his opponent so hard
as to cause a fracture of the German's
skull. Physicians at the match declared
Bahn was seriously hurt. The nien were
to have wrestled for two out of three falls.
After they had struggled ror 7 mlniit.-s
and 20 seconds. Gotch obtalni-d n ,. hold
and tossfd tho German over his lira,), itahn
landed on the buck of his head and I.e. ama
unconscious. The match was awarded to
Gotch, who later announced he hHd signed
a contract to meet any wrestler In !he
world. Walter Wiiloughby of Cleveland,
champion mlddlen eight, threw William
Monson of Tamltlco. lilt.. In 71 Inln nl o
AAoondfi. WlUoughby won tho Ktr-ond full
in .u n..nuir, sei-ona.
With an Appeal at
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