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FRAYS FOR AMATEURS TODAY
Quigley Brothen' Gang Will Hop to
It at Park. '
TROUBLE BREWING AT BENSON
Ta Combats, Flairs Attlnl l'p
dlkee a.a TroM KHo Venae Ike
Lif mm 4 Vae Nlae,
Two lively jamborees arc on the list t
"'Fort Omaha for this afternoon. Flrt
rvent, Advos VI. Counrll Bluffs Imperials;
second frtra. Townnends vs. Hanscom
Parks. The Bluffs atand unanimous with
the derision that the Advos will have to
ramhle aome to steal a march on them.
Iawla will deliver his Junk for the Advos.
The much talked of Hanscom Park-Town-send
fray will commence promptly at 8:3
p. m. This game ahould be a thrilling
affair. Morearty will shoot 'em over the
oyster for the ctinners, while Bogatts or
Rcott will dish them out for the shady out
fit. Next Funday the Hanscom Parks will
play the Americana at Rourke park.
. From southtown today the Shamrock
base ball machine will ride the cushions
to Columbus, Neb., where they will meet
the leae-ners that represent the man that
discovered America In that town In the
Nebraska Stale league. They had a con
test booked with Columbus for last Sun
day, but climatic conditions kept the
Shamrocks In Packersville.
Hortora Will Rr(
Some time a so the tfootors, a South
Omaha aggregation, booked a pair of
arguments with Waterloo, Neb., one of
which waa played yesterday and the other
will take place today. Neitt Sunday tho
Hoctore will glide up to Herman. Neb., for
weet revenge. About a month ago the
Hermanltea cleaned the Hoctor nine.
Out at the Benson base ball park thia
afternoon" two games that have created
considerable Interest among the patrons of
said park will be pulled off. The first de
bate will be between the Benson Eagles and
the Updlkea. Baker or Hadley will do the
slinging for the flour boys. Sabln, the lad
associated with the Nebraska School for the
reaf aquad, la billed to hoist the pelleU for
the Benson Eagles. After the first duel the
J. 8. Cross kids will fuse with the Long A
Voase herd. This game ought to be a hum
dinger because rivalry of a vinegar nature
exists between the two teams and they are
about evenly matched.
Across the muddy at the Merchants'
horaehlde factory, located at Thirty-fifth
street and Broadway, the ginks from Au
burn, Neb., of the Mink league wUI line up
againat the Council Bluffs Merchants. Ed
Dvgert. formerly a atar on the Merchants
team, will be seen with the Auburn salaried
rets. Left winger Humbach la slated to do
the tossing for the Merchants, and Hlrsch,
the Omaha product, will In all probability
heave the sphere for the leaguers.
Marlon Gibson, the cheese of the Mer
chants. Is well pleaaed with the ahowlng
made to date by hla warriors and he states
with emphasis that bis horde won t drop
many arguments thia. season. x
Railroad Boys Bay,
That big pen pusner Joint located on
Tenth and Farnara streets, known as the
Burlington headquarter, has gathered to
gether a crowd of pellet handlers for the
purpose of informing the publio that Mr.
Hill Is atlll on the railroad map and to
show some of our make-lt-ln-nothlng teams
that the Chicago, Burlington Qulnoy
office men can play the great national
amusement aome themselves. J, c. An
drews plays the leading part. Teams wish
ing struggles address J. C. Andrews, care
Burlington headquarters, or telephone
Douglaa 4753. Following la the lineup;
Carver, catcher; Jaroah and Andrews,
pitchers; Archibald, first base; Nordeen,
eoond base; Liey. third base; Jaroah and
Andrews, shortstop; Co) burn, left field;
Bnyder, center field; Lindeman. right field.
Thta team will play on Saturdays only.
Acroas the road from the Burlington gen
aral office, their neighbors, the Omaha
Printing company, are on the sick list
with the baa ball fever. Soma time ao
A. R. UcElhenle caught a base ball germ
nd he spread the disease through their
shack. Here Is the gang that will repre
sent the printing house: Kirch t. catcher;
Lehr. pitcher; Wlldom. first base; Mlnlkua
second base; Kope, third; Mangle, left;
Arm, center; Kouth, right On May SO
they will meet the Midland Glass and Paint
company nine and on the following- Satur
day the Carpenter Paper company outfi.
For Quarrels with the Omaha Printing com
pany crowd addresa A. R. MoElhenle, care
the Omaha Printing company, or telephone
lou-laa MC Next Saturday they will
wrangle with the Byrne & Hammer bunoh.
Achates te Hersaaua.
This morning the Royai Achates will nab
-steamboat for Herman. Neb., where they
will do their utmost to bring home the
chicken. So far the tribe at Herman has
been sending the Omaha lads home with
the sad tale, but the Achates say they are
coming back all covered with the smile of
triumph. Here Is hoping the examiner
treats them on the square. Tvfeetbar or
not It happens the Omaha crew that re
turns with the short end invariably toesea
out the story that the umpire waa the best
player with the opposition, for ha made
put outs that were Impossible for the vll
lags lad a.
Next Saturday the Toung Men's Christian
association company will hoof It out to
Fort Omaha and play a return match with
the boy. n blue stationed there. Tester
day the Toung Men's Christian association
Played the soldiers on the Toung Men's
Christian association field.
A few moons ago the Burlington Red
Socks gathered their base ball toggery to
gether and as It looked fit for another
season they decided to organlae for this
term. A. C. Warn berg was unanimously
aiected to do the managerial stunt. Any
team wishing a game send your Invitation
to A. C. Wamberg. 1017 South Tenth, or
telephone Douglas 236. Here Is the gang
Clemens, catcher; Blondean and Kuni
pitchers; Wamberg. firet base; Way. seo
ond base; Stevens, third base; Hopple,
shortstop; Loving. O'Connor and White
outfielders. At Forty-fifth and Pacific
streets this afternoon the Red Socks will
open the season with the fast Independents.
Raagers vs paldlaca,
A game which has caused many an argu
ment between players and fans as to which
team Is the It will bo pulled off this after
noon at Thirtieth and Spalding streets
when the Rangers and the Spaldlnga tie
up. The Spaldlngs ought to play some ball
on a street bearing their appellation.
Next Saturday afternoon at Diets park
the Imperials will endeavor to threeh the
speedy club warriors. Some time ago they
tried to turn the trick, but they were
badly fooled. Now that their lineup has
been strengthened considerably by the ad
dition of a couple of huskies they are of
the opinion that the bacon can be copped
by them. We won t state what the Diets
think about the outcome.
Last Sunday old man Pluvious put a
crimp In ail the tan, lea booked for Omaha
and the surrounding burgs. The players
and bugs at the amateur lounging quarters
found U a tough proposition all laat week
to scout up something In the base bail line
te gabble about, as they couldn't say, -He
ought to caught that one In his trap, or
didn't he sing one at a critical period." or
tell about some fellow that had aa off day
or cough about how rotten tho umpire
happened to be, consequent!? tho only
fscts talked about were the games sched
uled for yesferdsy snd this afternoon.
Today the Rourke family will be In Ft.
Jostph, therefore the park will be utlllred
by a quartet of amateur squads. The first
mix at Rourke park this afternoon will be
between the Holly and the Americans.
For years these two teams have been rivals
and all their matches border the nip and
tuck route. Pat McAndrews, the Holly
conductor, says he Is going io corner the
initial game today and Ioule Korher, the
Americana' mainspring spits out the same
dope. Well, this evening somebody will
have to confesa that he spelled the word
win with too much confidence.
Immediately after the first muss the
Quigley Bros, will settle their troubles.
Wlllard yulgley Is the chieftain of the
Ferret Kyrups and Frank, Quigley manages
the Stors Triumphs. l.at season the
sticky chaps had a shade the ht-st of the
argument, hut this season the Muds boys
are confident of licking the molanses kids.
For the. Ktori Triumphs Hobble Probst
will be the delivery clerk, while C'hamber
lin. the new find, will hurl the pill for the
syrup mixers. I.aet season all the games
between these two teams were extraor
dinarily clime, and as both Ran are about
evenly matched a hard tussle for the win
ning pearly Is anticipated.
Mne-up for first game:
. Holly. Americans.
Dougherty Shortstop Smith
Olllhani Second Itase Rapp
Kilrksnn Ift Field Trncev
Kelly Third I" tee Shercr
Falconer renter Field Denny
P Kelly First Base IVnnlsoh
McAndrews R1cht Field Har-hlen
Runam Cstiher Panue
Hli-key Pitcher Adams
Line-up for second game:
JJ'cn Center Field I.ehr
"all Second Base Kranda
Right Field Brophy
Drummy First Base Quigley
Kastman j... I,eft Field O Neil
McLean.... Shortstop Kucera
Durkee Third Base Atkins
Hatchen Catcher Taylor
Probst Pitcher Chamnerlln
Bruggeman Pitcher Toung
Gossip of the Amatewrs.
Up to date the Aavos have been going at
a merry clip.
Manager Mullen has signed Jack Dworak
for the Townsends.
Last week several changes were made
in the Council Bluffs Merchants lineup.
Now the Long and Voase squad want to
add the Royal A rebates to their victory
Hereafter Phillips will ramhle around the
short stop Job for the Council Bluffs Mer-
stors Triumph's twlrler. He also has
every other twist on the globe and all kinds
Tickle the bell On South W8S and ask for
Thomas Currsn for games with the South
At the present writing the Council Bluffs
Invincible are badly crippled, consequently
they can't act today.
Dygert. formerly of the Council Bluffs
Merchants, is attached to tho pay check
crowd at Auburn, Neb.
Recently Wlllard Quigley. the Farre.ll
general, nooxeo Wilson Atkins. He will
tatort around corner three.
In Stevens the Hanscom Parks have a
nifty fly catcher. He gluee 'em all and
can cover an acre of ground.
Watchler Is the policeman for the BpaJ
dlngs in left field. When he gets his paws
near your smack klsa It farewell.
John Denniaon is the candy on the first
mat for the Americans. Already this sea
son he has tickled 'two for the count.
When Dukes Dougherty arrives from that
nign crow investigation back east he will
cover the first sack for the Field club.
Blanchard of the Roval Achates sent in
his resignation. He used to pick things up
at third for the Insurance aggregation.
On comer two Bucher stabs tbem for the
Spaldlngs. He has a speedy Whip, lots of
smser ana is mere witn me mushroom.
You fllngers that want to get wise to
uuging me one you can count the seams
on should talk to Tony Bruggeman. the
The geeser that wears glasses en and off
me Dan neia, vis: Nig Dow, works behind
the platter for the Rod and Gun club organisation.
All the Saturday teams will have to get
moir nai racas, juncn nooks and pedals
busy to slip anything ovsr on the Diets
Skyscraper Drummy of the Stors Tri
umphs still spanks 'em like a regular
Frank Chance. His .saps generally call
for extra pillows.
That famous Council Bluffa olouter known
as Hodge will attend to matters in left
field for the Council Bluffs Merchants. . He
formerly worked at second.
For the Hollys. Burt Street McAndrews
puts the undertaker sign on that ones that
wander to the right pasture. Bert Is also
heavy with the ash furniture.
Back of the pan for the Shamrocks of
South Omaha, Tost Is the sweet meat. He
has 'an accurate peg, plenty of pep and
knows how to use his cranium.
Don Eastman has slrned aa nfrlnlal
scorer for the Happy Hollow bunch. He
Knows the game like a book, therefore the
Hollowltes are well fortified In that de
Last Thursday evening Rex Eastman
surprised the suds family by bringing his
fikine out to Rourke park for a little
praotlee. Rex la the custodian of the left
meadow for the Stors Triumphs. ,
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RENE, BARRIER, WHO WILL SOAR AT THE SPEEDWAY THIS WEEK.
Omaha Boys Eeady
for the Missouri
Valley Track Meet
Beit in the School to Try for Honors
, at Lincoln Next Sat
urday. , Omaha High school will enter Its best
athletes for the Missouri alley track meet
which will be held at Lincoln next Sat
urday. Coach R. L. Cama has not se
lected definitely Just who will constitute
the squad which will represent Omaha,
but will enter the best men for each event.
Omaha is entitled to a squad of ten men.
Students of the Omaha High school who
witnessed the dual track meet with Belle
vue college were highly elated over the re
sults of the meet. Omaha broke two rec
ords and gained three flrxt places.
Although several of the last year's squad
which entered In the Missouri Valley meet
have graduated from the school, there
still remain several In school who will
make the squad this season. Fraxer,
Omaha's crack quarter-mile runner, who
took first place In this event, haa gradu
ated front school. Alfred Kennedy, who
took second place In the mile run, and
Kdward Burdlck. who took third place In
the ahot put and discus throw, have both
graduated from school
Robert Wood, Omaha's crack sprinter on
last year's squad, will again enter the
meet for Omaha. Wood took third place
last year in the 100-yard dash, and second
place In the 130-yard daah. Wood has im
proved a great deal since last season and
the Omaha rooters look for him to clean
up first places in both the 100-yard and
Benson Rowley, who holds the school
record In the low hurdles, will enter the
mert. Andrew Dow, who has been doing
remarkable work In the weights, will Ukely
enter the meet. Vergil Hector, who made
a record of 10 feet 10 Inchea In the pole
vault In the dual meet Friday with Belle
vue. la also entered in the pole vault.
Owing to Haileck Rouse leaving- school
the relay team is somewhat broken up,
and Cams has not selected any lad to fill
the vacancy caused by Rouse.
The teams Omaha will compete with are
St Joseph, West Des Moines, Lincoln. Tork,
Kansas City Manual Training, Kanaaa City
Central and Kanaaa City Weal port. Kan
sas Ctty Manual Training school won the
moot last year, and have another strong
team this year.
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TENNIS MEN TO FLOCK HERE
Indications Are They Will Come from
, All Section of the Country.
CONTESTS BETWEEN THE CITIES
Five Huwoarl River Towns' May Ea
ter gqaada of Foar Meat Back la
Series of Matches' on
Tennis games between five cities Omaha,
Sioux City, St. Joseph, Des Moines and
Lincoln are being planned by the tennla
committee of the Omaha Field club. An
swers from the tennis experts of these and
other cities of the middle west Indicate
that Omaha will probably be host to a
number of cracks from each locality some
in the coming summer.
Four men from each city Is the plan as
outlined by g. S. Caldwell, head of the
tennis committee of the club. They would
come to meet a team of four of the tennis
sharks of this city for a nice prise list.
While here Caldwell and other Field club
tennis men Intend to Impress It on
their minds what a nice tennis town
Omaha Is, and 'what a delightful time a
bunch from each town could have in
Omaha's National tournament week In
Other - tennla ' preparation for the big
nationally Important event hero are com
ing along In good shape. Beals Wright Is
now out on the Pacific coast, dropping a
good word for Omaha wherever he stops
on his trips among the tennis fans of the
west. The Paclfio Coast, association' is
sending to the east this year Bundy, Mc
Laughlin, Summer, Hardy and Miss Hotoh
klss and Melville Long. Melville Long
will assuredly play here to defend his title,
and as the other men will bs la Chicago
the week preceding the Clay Court, they
may come here, Joe Tyler will also come,
and may bring soma Oregon and Washing
Bailey a Booster.
John T. Bailey from Oklahoma will be in
the south a groat part of the coming sum
mer, and In the letter Just received here,
telling of his coming, he promised to bring
some of the southerners with him. Harvey
McQuiston of Texas, one of the best
known tennis players of the south, will
bring some of his Dixie cracks , with him.
George Wright, editor of the Wright
and Dlsson guide has made one of the pic
tures of the Omaha tourney of last year
the prominent picture In the book.
Proof of the esteem sln which Omaha aa
a tennla center is held In the middle states
of ths country was received from the
sporting editor ' of the St. Joseph New
Press, recently. Following are his re
marks on tennis in this city and the status
of Omaha as a center of the sport' in the
west.' , ; .
Tennis fans at Omaha are pluggers from
the word go. The members -of the Omaha
Field club, under whose auspices the Na
tional clay courts championships In .tennis
will be held again this year already com
menced preparing, 'for ., the' tournament,
which will be held from August. 5 to U
Inclusive. Some S2.000 ' haa already' been
raised as prize money and the officials of
the Field club firmly believe that the af
fair this summer will be the biggest suc
cess In Its history. -Local tennis cracks
had their first taste of real match play
at the courts of ths St. Joseph Lawn Ten
nla association, a week ago, Saturday aft
ernoon. The grounds are In fine shape for
the beginning of a strenuous season and
those who capered behind the nets. In
many Instances, showsd surprising form
for this early In the season. The local
club la. making ready to entertain the Inter-state
tournament this summer. It Is
altogether probable that a number of local
enthuslasta will enter the clay courts
championship at Omaha.
Carter Lake Now Has
101,000 More Fish in
Its Placid Waters
Deputy Fish Commissioner O'Brien
Brings Carload of Youngsters
s to Omaha,
Fishermen of Omana and vicinity were
surprised Saturday morning by the sight
of the special fish car "Antelope," bring
ing 101.000 fish that were planted In Carter
lake Saturday afternoon. W. J. O'Brien,
deptuy fish commissioner for the state,
was In charge of the car, and he was met
at the station by some of the members of
the Omaha Rod and Oun club, who aided
him In the work of putting the fish in the
waters of the lake.
Nearly all the fish brought up on this
trip were pike, 100,000 of them only a
few weeks old. The remaining 1.000 finny
creatures were the ring perch and channel
catfish, both splendid fish for both sport
and the table.
"The pike Is one of the fish that cannot
be fed by artificial means," said Mr.
O'Brien, 'These fish are all very small,
for the reason that they cannot be kept
In our breeding place any longer than nec
essary, but must be planted In their na
tural element. They will feed In Carter
lake and grow fast. I understand that
before there was so much seining done
there several years ago, there were many
pike In the lake."
The other 1,000 fish, the perch and chan
nel cat, were from 1 to 2 years old and
fine looking specimens. The entire stock
of fisB was taken out to the lake In a
special street ' car and put In the water.
Witnesses declare that they wiggled with
glee when they understood they were near
Commissioner O'Brien declares that the
$3,000 appropriation given by the legisla
ture for the seining of overflow lakes will
help the fishermen greatly. The fish seined
from, these waters will be stocked In less
crowded lakes and will be of already good
slse when planted. Next month some black
bass will be brought to Omaha and placed
In Carter lake.
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NEW TORK. May .-The great boom in
the fighting came In Franco has attracted
so many American and English fighters to
Paris that some of the Yankee fighters
will be fortunate if they get on a battle
there before the season closes, the latter
part of this month. Al IJppe. manager
of . Harry' Lewis, ths American middle
weight, says that there are only two clubs
In Paris, but that there are so many fight
ers there that It would take six clubs to
supply all of them with contests. IJppt
further stated that many of the American
fighters are so disgusted they Intend to
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