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T1IK OMAHA SrXIAV BEK: JANUARY 2$. 1912.
Far Be it from Jeff to Tip Off Anybody's Secret
By "Bud" Fisher V ;
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FT" AIRS In the-Westenv league
never, had a more ejromislng as
pect than at present. TM going
at Frank isbellto Des Moines
has riven nw H P .
to the Iowa capital; Don Deapain liai suc
ceeded la .traightenlBg out hit affairs
at Lincoln and It Is stated on the beat "of
i-i"! J!" ,'" " h" P'V"
WeGin Denver took from aim: Wichita
folks an happy In th. return of the.
7" ,r 'K end th business men
, r th Kansas town are now allv to the
desirability f keeWnr a tood ,m ,
': Topere la reported to b In
Jven better condition than law season
nd Skwx City and . Joseph the
unatlcs aro watching for the Ice to
av th. Missouri as a aim that th.
pring has com again. Out in tienvcr
i debate Is as to whether Matty or
Jtube Marquard will pitch th. first game;
Is Battled that Archer will catrb and
jliat Mola mi Hay at first for the
"CrtaHe. white In Omaha Pa Rourk. has
.Avsrythlntj ready to start for Joplln with
; Jli. first peep of Mis first robin. The only
laarsh not that Is heard anywhere Is
aueoa yelp that h going bp In Colorado
aver th transfer ot the team from
.pueblo to Wichita. Just what form this
rotest will tax taunt yet b. stated; It
possible, though, not Tsry probable,
that tin Pueblo folks will go to law with
he leagu over th. matter, but this re
ialne to bo pho,
So much has been said about th. Pueblo
deal that th. Impression may hare gotten
hroad that In earn way tho good sports
ut the. Blast vwarks eaoip were, fllm
flamnW , to . so roe .stent. This is not
correot. Tnd wsnlo d.al was planmtt and
rarried Uirdugh' on a' strictly bustnass
kaals, and th membars t the Western
ftjgus fesl they are In th. clear so far as
lther legal or raeral ebllgatlons dre ron
,erned. The vVichlta franchise and club
were offered to the Pueblo people by
J-rnnk Isb.ll for 1S,000. This proposition
4 as declined; then Isben msde another
proposition, to the effect that ne would
transfer the club for tl,H of whleh'sum
t.u was to be paid in bask when the
tjeam arrived In Pueblo ready to play
ball; 2,0ti0 was to be put In Improvements
on the grounds; tt,css to be paid the sec
ond year and tl, the third year It the
tram stayed. The minutes of the meeting
at which this proposition was made and
iacoppted ceatains title clause;
t In event h Mil cTuo did not pr
51-otitable after tne first year and Mr.
Kbell should decide to tfani.rer the team
srnm Iubelo the mipreeements at the bull
park would revert back to the sommlttae.
This proposition wis aecepted. .
ft Is cn this clause n the agreement
that the transfer and sals to Wichita was
made. Tnet team did not prbve profitable
and label I fell juttlfled in making the
lira! with the Wichita folks and taking on
t(ii! Des'Melnsa team, which Is the more
desirable property. It is quite likely that
trie members ot .he Western league will
endorse the moves, although Owner Mc
(U1I1 of Denver may pbjec$.
j I'a Kourke has spent a greater portion
of the seed season on a plan to surprise
the confMtders around tbs cfrcult. He
lfii't quito.mdy. to tip has nilt, but la
Milling to go so far as to say Inst ha will
luve a team neat summer that will be due'
bis new Idea, which Is to get a lot of
Kood ball players and tee that they flay
ball. In tMs way ho hopes to win a lot
tf gamesr by one run Instead ot losing
then, by Hut Barrow, margin. . ,
Strike-Out Records Made by Wizards of the Diamond
(Copyright, 19H by Herbert Pontlng.)
Tho wonderful record made by Walter
Johnson In the American league In 1H)
created lots of talk and arguments as to
whether It Is a world record or not. fold
figures show that it Is not-lt Is not even
the record for the American league.
O. Edward Waddell holds the title. In
two different years did tho big southpaw
beat Walter's record.
Both men possess terrific speed and
have fine control. Waddell had a shade
on Johnson In the way of curves.
However, the records made by these
men are wonderful considering the clever
and experienced batters they had to face
In the American league.
In the National league few pitchers of
fecent years have attracted much at
tention "by making big strikeout records.
Msthewson and "Red" Ames of the New
Tork Giants have bad two seasons whers
they averaged six or more strikeouts per
game. Hahn ot the Cincinnati Reds and
"Matty" have a record ot fanning sil-
teen men In a regular contest, a feat that
hasn't been pulled oft In tha National
sin,- ISM, when John O. Clarkaon and
Prank Ollmore-"Connl." Mack was Oil.
more s catcher at that time each struck
out sixteen men.
Generally . speaking, the top-notrhers
seldom try tor strikeout records, A
twirler who sacrifices everything tor
strikeout record Is a poor asset to a team.
But there are escptlftne-a pitcher whoa
delivery and curves are ot such nature
that they bustle batter to the estent
that they tall to hit th ball hard or sink,
out shows that twirler to have more stuff
than the average pitcher, and be will
show class with a tail-end er,- as in th.
case ot Johnson, Hucker and others.
Many cam oan be cited where very
ordinary twlrlera have mad. a great repu
tation and record tti games Wen by being
en a winning team, for Instance, Just
look at the list of alsb artists that wer
How Waddeirs Best
; Mark Beats Johnson's
, . . cw,rlht- au- br Herbert Panting. . .
Below Is Walter Johnson's strikeout record, showing the number of strikeouts
.""hgam. and th. clubs he pitched .,. AionZ of SKS
record la th best reeont ar w.h.i.ii ,.h. i. IU1 .... . nercn "
.,, . " ens surpesseo enqr by Dalf l
work In 1884. Th. two records' "
etrock No. In-
Aprll It Athletics
April a-Ne tork
April S 'Boston
May t-New ork
May Ift-f'hlrago j.
May 1 Rt. Louis. .......
May U-St. Ixiuls
May fl Detroit ',,
May J!-Nw Tork
June ) nt. Insula..,
June B Boston., n
June li New Tork...-..i
July I Boston ,
July 8l. louls .,.,
July II-.it. Loui. ,
luly It Iwtroit
July 17 Detroit
July W-cieveland ,
July B (tiles 0
Aug. 4-Ft. Louis
Aug. a Chicago
Aug. ll-'lvslnd ......
Aug. li Detroit
Aug. l Cleveland
Aug. IS t'hlraRO
Aug. SI fit. Iuis
Sept. t Athletics
HepL 7 N.w Tork
Kept. 14-ft. U.ul
ept. as-fl. Louis
Pent. ae-Ortraeo ,
Oct. S New York
Forty-one full games; four part games.
Pllaihla, imt i
', . i "truek No. In.
April tl-ffew tork......
April 2o-Hoten ,.,
May I -Huston
May t Boston .,.,,.,
May 7-WnMilpgtou ....
May 11 "hlcgo
Msyl7-tt. luls ....
May 3 Cleveland .,,,
May 26 Detroit
My Vortt ....
June a hteeso
June- Chrceim -..-.t ii
juno t .nicago
June It-Cleveland ....
June IT-IWtroU ...,
June 22 Hoston ,
June -Washington .
June sa Boston
July. t-New York
July f Washington .
July Ib-st. Louis ...
July 3-Cleveland ...
.f lily 27 Detroit
Aug. J-SI. louls
Aug. t-Cnlcntm ,
Aw. tl-t'rvted ..
Aug. W Detroit ,
Aug. rn-Clsveland ...
Aug. It-Cleveland ....
ug. a-C hicago ,
PVpt. 1-I. Iouls
Hent fc New York
"pt. fi New York ....
Sept. ?-New fork ...
Wit. Ik-N.w Y ork ..
Hept, is Bnston
Pept. li Washvneloo
Sept. 3 l. IjoUIs ....
Oct. 1 Iternlt
Oct. 5 Weshlsstton ..
Oct. Id-Washington .
Thirty -nine full games; ett part games
on tli tiring lino of the Baltimore team
of Use-tt-fi; every mother e son of them
was a rewular loser In the big leagues
until they got a berth en "tbe greatest
base ball team that was aver gotten to
gether," a team that founded, invented
and Introduced the present style and sya
tern of Inside bass ball.
-Billy" Hotter, JDaper. "Al" Haul,
"Jack" afcUabon. Qleaeon and Oeorge
Hemming bad very little ln the pitching
line, only control and ft nice uniform;
and. It anlgM bo added, a world of confi
dence In the (nam behind tbem.
"Marty" 0Tool mad. great strike
out rwcord in the Americas) association,
a league with plenty of apertenood hit
ters. O'Toel l not always trying tor strike
out, but tho stuff he hands out regularly
is hard to antve, and In coa sequence many
eattsr whirr, This man would make a
good' shewing en any teem, and If his
arm keep strong neat seaerva. the great
and only O'Tool. may smash Uat strike
out record for all leagues.
When It cornea right down to facta,
Hugh Daly, th phenomenal one-arm
twirler of tha Cleveland National league
team and the Chicago Union association
club during ISM, holds the strike-out reo-
eid ot the country lor one season la th
major league. Daly pitched fifty-four
gamea that year and fanned 44 batters,
an average of 8.6 per game. Waddell.
twenty years later, almost enisled It. but
In all probability Daly's record will n.ver
a stirpaewed in th major leagues.
Tom Ramsey, th celebrated left-hander
who twirled tor Loulsviiis during l-?-
ffi, did some wonderful stunts in th.
strike-out line, Ramsey was msster of a
wonderful "drop" bail that wsa a com
plete puss! to all batters of that day.
He ha ft record of striking out nine bat
ter la auroaaslon, and In Mrr struck out
seventeen men In a nla.-tarung .a-am.
under the four strike-out Hi!.
Th great Charley gwseney was In the
same company with Shaw that year, and
they mowed down batsmen right and left.
Hugh Daly Shares honors with Sweeney
in tne tnke-ut record for one gam
In major leagues. On June J, lx4, Rwee
ney struck out nineteen men in tne tune
Inning. Tho Boston players of the Na
tional league ware th victim. Daly, In
the same year, fanned nineteen batters
t the Boston Ualoa ftsootaUej club In
a hln.-lnnmg contest. Sweeney had ter
rific speed, every bit ss much ts th fam
ous Walter Johnson at our day.
Charles ("Lady") Baldwin, "Big" Btem
myer and Joha ("Phenoasenal") Smith all
won fame for tbmealv by fanning
heavy batters. Smith, while pitching
for Newark during ISS-M, , faced almost
every big league team In the country,
and they all fell before hi left-handed
curve. In th fsH of 1M, In ft gam
dgshvst the Baltimore team of th Amer
ican ajSNOIatlon, eVnltb held his oppo
nents to no hits snd no runs, just twenty
seven mn coming to bat. lie struck
out 10 of them.
In 18S the great Amos Russe made his
appearance In fast company pitching for
Indianapolis, then in th National league.
During ixavn-aj he retired many batsmen
by the strike-out rout. With his tre
mendous speed bs was a terror to bat
ters tor many year.
Waddell. Matnewsnn. "Red" Ames and
Ed Walsh, of later days, all had one or
more ere sorts where tlsijf, averaged six
or more strike-out par gam. Overall, ere, with Waddell second. O. Edward
with bis deceptive "drop" bait, also made the class la seven different veers,
mad the high average class la strike- The great Ramsey was then three time,
euta, Walter Johnson stands seventh In th.
Hugh Daly leads the strike-out 4th- list.
Strikeout Kings and -..
.. .. 35 Record Hung Up
, . -'i ..
(Copyright, Mil. by Herbert Pontlng.) '
Following are the strikeout records for the saajer leagues front ISM until
this year. even ot these records were mad by Oeorge Edward ("Rube")
Waddell, the eccentric southpaw;
No. Struck Av. Per
Pitchers. Tear. Game. Out. Uame.
H Daly , 14 M 44 Is
Waddell It. I ' a , t
vm a tu
Its as 44
IMt l 4M
1M 41 IW
14 K . Jtl
IK 111 :
warden M 1 rt m
Ames , 11 n is
Wadd-ll isol t 1M
Ovsrall ; 1904 a 4 Jti
Henderson mi ts ' M
Waddsll , IMS av
Keefi IK) 4 9M
Walsh lilt M jit
Matthew ', Istt 4 jm
w. ttweaney ism m i '
Clarkson ISM tl
Busle t... ., , iwi M ail
Morris , iT4 w HI
Math.wsen 101 4 ait
Ramsey , m i
c. Sweeney ism m m
Bufflngton U4 t , est .
C. Baldwin 14 u 94
Ames ., M ! ITS
Terry mm at . im
Waddell ltii w , im
Cte-1tts , , IKS) 47 rrj
Mathewson 1t S3 " IM
Keef , 1M4 17 ,' Ml
Rmy 1st! tl 171
rA good way to settle the college con-
-troversy, 1 to enforce th. rule. If
tran wants to be a professional In the
summer tins, let him, but don't fry to
make an amateur ot him In the winter.
Tf he wants to keep his record clear, he
knows now to do It. College training
that does n I stiffen th moral sa well as
the physical fiber of a man Isn't worth.
lied" Dootn is the first to claim the
pennant In the National this season. Well,
lie may not be so far wrong at than.
At any rate. It's aa open q wail on la the
National, wmc.'i h a Warned sight more
than can be raid of the Amertean.
' Holdout are nearly all started up; JTtir-
ptiy baa had his annual row with Rd
Heulbacb. and JoSr.ny Ever has written
that be wBl play berrev than ever this
Mraeoa. Wbo say spring ts not on the
'.It I essenvsMc that Omaha wil be able
tt wiggle along without the presence of
ibe prise fighters wae kave set sail for
other porta andrr the impetus of the cov
entor's orders to put on the lid good and
Just why a boxing match sheuM be
'ETohtMtea aad a restlmg match encour
aged is one of those thiags that are too
deep for tbe average Intellect.
Local Bowlers of High Class
i Brother Dave says It will take a crew
of scientific sliarps to properly test the
uorn. but he Unow a sure fin. way of
resting the cobs. Itum 'cm.
t - . . .
:G'JRthurve and H'flmes almost s.icceeded
ta breaklnw Into the Western league sirs' n
They asked rf they could buy the Lincoln
testa and were told they couldn't.
Abe.AltslL.liaa bete xmght faking and)
fd "off In New Tork, su score one for i
'the New York law i
1 Util; ' fr
rrT t T. -.'I I . "tlKIT"!' . v w ' V" se. I
HDSER FIYE WILL GO EAST
To Meet Jhafce tnd Amei in Clum
jnerr olbsoit caK? taxi pait
Krbraaba Ha the Lead ea tho steal
f Itlvat la the Rare far rirel .
Plaee la tbe Mlasaarl
UNCOLN Neb., Jan. tT.-tSpeclal.)-
Th Cornhutker basket ball five trill
leave on Its eastern trip In the Missouri
valley conference shortly after th rtos
ot th first semester examinations. When
th Hue a: era letv. to cotnplet. th cir
cuit, they will be without the services of
Jimmy Gibson, the star forward, Inaa-
mwdi a Olbson completes hi course at
the mid-winter commencement exercises
nd will take his degree.
The H inkers will play two champmn
sbtp games with both Drske and Ames.
Th. strength of Ike Aggie at somewhat
a puBle to th. Huskers, having hot met
them yet this season and will meet them
for the first Uam St Ames. Drake proved
to be comparatively easy picking for the
ftasl Does Fine Wash.
Tbe squad has been thinned down osse
what by the remarkable work of Nag!,
who has taken Owen's ckenee at for
ward. Owea was a member of th aquad
kun season, but Nag! baa bees showing
better form tats year and ha superseded
th Vetera. Hlltner and Ntryker are al
ternating at canter, while th complete
recovery of Haskell from th Injuries Im
sustained la th Drake gars, leaves the
lines Intact escept for Olbson s with-
Nebraska has a awed lead an th reel
of her rivals In th race tor the basket
ball cheat pi onanist f the Missouri valley.
The Husk ere kave Inst no championship
games and area four. Washington also
ha a else a slats, but has played two lee
games than the Qsrnhuskers. The Tiger
sr third In th standing. Following is
tne tandtag of lb teams In th con-
Team Woe lst
Mrssmorl t . S
Aoieet 1 2
Kanseui 4) 1
Ball League Has
; ' Splendid Start
With two weeks of plsy now erM Th
Tri-City Basket Ball leajru baa aeoam
a prominent flilure among local sport
olrosse and lodging fro th. Interest In
th floor game that this project. has
aroused, It is a game which has come
to nay In Omaha.
Th games so far have all been well at
tended and considerable enthusiasm, es
pecially assonsT tha school catered m
tha league,, has bom aroused. Th local
i port-loving pabli a wall as students
have cam to realms that basket ball la
not a parlor affair but a real Hv propo
sition in which brala and brawn, ar
necessary requisite. I , .
Up to dale tha league baa been a
rather one-sided affair, with tha Belle
vue. University of Omaha and Council
Bluffs "J" quintets trailing at the hot-
lorn. The eoacbee of these teams are
working out new material, however, and
eipect te climb out of tho rear position
within th nut two weeks.
At present the race for first alaca'
Html to be between three teams, Omaha
High school, Pirates, and South Omaha
High school. Kacb of the quintets
has shown up strong against their op
ponents and have had little difficulty la
pulling off victories. Not until th mid
dl of February will any of these fives
be pitted against each other and than
It I expected that some of th closest
and hardest fought game of th league
series will be pulled off.
Holland Lands Two
From Humboldt Team
Twa stsr members of tho tsll Hum
boldt, la., club of the Mink league will
be sasn In tbe rtt. Joseph make-up this
year. A deal was sloaed last week In
whloa Jack Holland gels Pitcher James
Errstl and Third Baseman Joe Wlnta.
Errett la a big aotathpaw and although
he la a youngster he baa th. ntakings
of a wonderful ball player. He eon
ta-rlve out of fifteen games last year,
his first season In professional ball. Joe
Wlnjs has been with the - Mink league
two years. He plsved with ataryvllle
tfc first year.
INDOOR TENNIS TO BE TRIED
Esperti Will Try it Oat t tit)
BIS MTETUrO TCESMT HIGH3J
Tew ale Me at Gather at tbe sjasaba
dab ta Make IMaaa tar fa -Hesse
st sad Dee lee ea
- laeloar (las. '
Indoor terms, wlu. be glran. IU first
try out ta Osasha this nwsmiag and atW
on, when 'several tennis saaras ef aha
cHy witl gatker at tha Aadnsrtum far
the psrpsa et testing th gaaw set test
floor. Tw orts will be starkad off sad
nrra stretched this meralag. Marry Kacft.
winner of the nty f-hempssnshla hast ssssi
mer. who is fbsterlna" th m.musat tar
Indoor tennis win try his akIH ea a board
floor. ' '
There will ba no playlag tsday far tH
(port of th game, bat ta deckle whether
tbe Auditorium woald be a practical pkwa
ta play tennis during th whiter taaerthk.
If th plajers find Hist th Aodltsrtuat
offsra spar enough and at nltabs tor
playing ten la, the matter win be tetsea
up at th merlin to be herd Tuisiiiy
night at th Otnalia dub, a hiss all tfta
tennis men at th various eniba ec tha
city will gst together ta deride apea win
ter tennis. Other bust nee trill sis anaia
up at tha meeting. Wnere th Mierwset
unnlt tsrnammt wilt ba held Ja trtla
city will come op for oernrlderatlsa. There
Is little doubt, however,' bat that ' rae
te ornament win be beef at lb Find dub.
Th formation of a city tmnt league wlu
oom up for discussion. '
' Among the men wha wil be at th. Audi
torium today to test th atane, era: '"Cat"
Potter, Harry Kara, "Splk" Kennedy
and flaat Caldwell. Mil the players ar
strong advocate ot mdssr tennis and writ
try and roarlnr tha th pas rare la tha
city Tuesday abrbt that lb. gam. aught
to ha aduated. i
' Few in Outfield
NEW TORK. Jan. K.-TU average hat
lug at th leaders In thirty-four leagues
last year was .Kf. Th averages extend
from .43d, aaad In the Amertcaa league
by Ty Cobb, to .fit. mad In tha Southern,
association by Pratt of the Montgosjery
olua. Th. varioua league leader take la
fourteen euttleldars. seventeen Infleraer
and three catchers. Champion batsmwa
aren't quit as numerous In the outfield:
tl la IM infield, but the outfielders hit
harder as a group. All the .400 perform
ers, and there tor, are . hitters. Tha
fourteen outfUMsra hit for aa average ((
JM to .M for the Infield vs. First base
men ar lb best batters among tbe ta
C elders. Then at six at them la tha
list ta three second basemen, four short
stops and four third basemen. Tha va
rious champions for 1M1 and th order of
tank were aa follows:
Nsme. League and Position. ' P-C
1-Cobb. American, eatfleld.,., ..' M
I Huelsmaa, I nice ass'n. auttleld til,
t-C. limit. Cetloa States, outfield... .401,
4 U'Rrles. West Canada, shortstop.. . SM
4-Wofford, CsroNns seen, outfield.'. .
d Tenners, IN, Mlcbtgan, first base.. .177
7 Barrows, New Kegiand. ouUleid... .M
tllart. Central ass'n. catcher .JSi
Wilson. O. and P.. first base......: .5
ta-Oavath. American asa'a. outfield .kst
ltUavls. Trl-Htate, first base.... M
It Hoille, Mountain States, outfield.. .Ma
It-Comatock Mich, mate, first baa., .ft
IS-Coykt, Nebraska Htaie, eatfleld.... .IM
IS-s-tensel. V is -111., outfield It
14 Mayer, Blue (trass, catcher , .M
17 Thrasher. Appalachian, ontneio.... .ai
It Brttton. Central Kan., third bass.. .Ml
ls-Blue, Ohio Mate, catoher J4T
11 Perry. Kss'em. eutfleid .Set
a Morton. Western, first base .. .141
a-Bu, Nerthawtera. third baa as
24 Wiener, National, ahortstop........ .tH
SS-Ryan. Paririo Coast, outfield S3
KAioock, South Atlantic third base. .tS3
M-Read. Washington Stale, first has .
16-Yobe. Texas., third base .It
St Paster, Connecticut, outfield .BS
m-Morgsn, Virginia, shortstop K4j
tl Johnson. tadiana-IIIIBOts. hertstas) .CM
a joans, aouinwest Texas secona... jp
3t Byrnes, Central, outfield ,tl
S4-Pratt, Kouthern. second has bft
e ttaldsata at Tasseka. 1
lal dear, Maaager of tho Topeka
Ktsa reports that he has not a stag.
holdout on bis list. While he does net
state whether or not ae baa all at hi
prospective pi vers signed Ibis statement
Is decidedly satisfactory to Topeka tana
anyhow, for they remember tb big
Hunch of trouble the Kaw roanagensebL
had alerting players last season.
Volley Ball Team
Plays With Bluffs
The Oenaaa Itaslaeaa Men's sextet will
class with tne hastneas area's team from
tb Coancti Bluffs Tawraj Mast's Christisa i Rheumatism is caused tiy aa excess ol uric acid in tike Mood, whtrfi
asaoctation la three game at ratier bi gradually get into tile ciictiUtioii beta use of iadijrestioa, ermgti cation, sjreak
at tb local aaeootattoa armaastam isdmry acboo, aad other irrctniUritir of the system which are gotnet?tna
coMiorTKi ot ao uapewxancx. i aia nnc acia causes an inflamed and irritatrct
condition of the blood, and the circulation instead of nourishing the tliSeren't
poi-borta of the body, continually deposit into the nerves, Rraseies, tjssoas
and iointa, the irritBtiaf, pinvtroducicr add with which it is filled ny,..
matism can only be cored by a thorough cleansing of tbe blood, and this is
just what S. S. S. does. It goes down into the circulation, and by neutral-
last Taesrlay atgbt th
were eVfeated ay tbe tawana la twa at a
eHea of three game at th Etaff gTm-
atrram and the local ptayrra ar practlc
Trig dally to be In shape t hand out a
drubblnr to their rival tats Week.
vol y bail is a new game here, but izing tie uric acid and striving it from the blood, effectually god anrrtw
j Finer it wax intnKture.1 by i. t. Maxwei. reniovefl tne cause. 0.0.0. atrragthes and inTirorates tbe blood go that
lft-'to kight-tBark fto-M. P.
STQPJL MAlld BOWUNti CLL'B IN T
Durtee, W. V. Ln-itrimy, captaJl. i. A. Lsaa.'
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