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SOME KICK ABOUT HEW RULES
iSceltred that Tab Will Sot Be
Ffttorei Kon Thu Otlien.
'OUTSIDE ECI IS C05SH)SD
a 1m tiBAa raslt
KCW TOKK. Itaw .-A BM)rtty ef
nniMimli m Um iww lvt tall nte
Ww favorMM. kat than ara laaM a
aantara, Om crMdaB that tba roJa art
cJe)ate4 M kola Tala tbat kail la aat
, wartk .aartau aomidOTaiMav - Tha nk
art aol aaloalatad ta M Tala any men
tkaa aay attar faat Vail tana tbat kaa
aaawa 4 aaatra (a mtaa aftaaaa aa w0
aa ataaaa Harrart iHH kaatwa M
Itka kaat roabtax kaeka aa tba flaM nnt
, fan la Waa4ll and Bncklar, rat tbra
'kaa kaaa mo alalat Irani Tala that tba
Irvlaa wm ba Harrmrd.
Oaa b Rntl fault an In amaaetlaa
I with Uw abollahlnc af tha anaMa kick:
Tba but ta ar thiaa afa baa lt
aaaMd tka kaat ktealatk aa tha airaraa.
'that A annua faat kail kaa aar kaowa,
aa H la ta ka racnttat that tbara wUI
'ka aa tnaMtMra la aaaula It" rarthar
leac ha aara that "Oardaa Browa a
frat Tala atovaa af UN Ma't baa a
iktokcr who aaaM kava auallO4 for a
gv bllb aekaat alavaa af U aa tar aa
that ana waaKaMt af tha
HUrk eehool abrroaa must bam asqulred
ecreptlenal k let era ndead laat fall bT
Al tharpa wouldn't kaa kaaa able ta
qualify for them. Pharee waa tha klekr
aa Oordod Drown ! team, and wa a flrsV
claw mail la thai department. He always
kaa kaaa rated aswnr tba aaaaa kaat
kicker, either at pontfnf ar drop kfch
Inc. ' Ho Uckad a foal from tha field
froaa tba torty-flra-yard Hits aara acanua;
Prmastoa, put then mayba bt(h school
teams ara not aatMrtod with mra who
can't kick them front the nrtr-rsj-d Una.
, Mnar Adept K teas re.
Aa ta "the sect klckhuj on aa avaraa
la tha laat twa ar throe yean,'' nobody
around these parta aaa noticed any halter
areraaa Uoklaf In tha laat twa or three
years that, la si see tha day at tha an
alda klsk. Than waa aa ebortada of
adapt kickers la tha days at more rasb
lad tbaa aaw ar baton there waa aa
mills klek. Meraovar, they avtraiwd an
Jaat aa well than, tee. Then were
any excellent hJckora at a period of say
fifteen yanra prior to taa aaatda kick
tbat R Bear as asMtleaed wbathar fit
tarn yanra at aha canoe kick would bare
dtaisapad wry esera. ar aa saany. itanwa
can bs found la plenty so show that bMk
tag waa far from pstlstlsd up to the
chance la aha rabta whtab allawad tba co
ckle kick. ' A la wasn't arciectao In the
dara wkea frsa yards to three downs was
tka ardar ft Isn't ttkery to ka now that It
Is ton yards In tour downs.
Tka Mat as waaart kickers who floar-
i kick as!
Tba Bat speaks tor Hcdf . It
back as far aa the dare af kNawao Rick-
nrda aad Alack Mortal, who won fully
aa enoakle In thdr ara as Coy and Datton
of tha madam ace. Also prior to
oaakM kick Wen WltHara Burt, Tale;
bbop Banana, Prtnortoo; Walter Eeker-
aall. Catcaat: Hlrschbercer, Cblcsao; Pat
O Dee. Wlacocnoa; Malcolm McBrWe,
Tata; Arthur Brewer, Harvard; Al
Sears, Tala; John Do Witt Frlaoetoa
Bob Kenan, Uarrnrd: Percy Uaufhlon,
Harvard: Vraacla Burr. Harvard
yard bUtoheH. Tale; ishnaeo and Hudson
af tba "uattaoai Hsyrwlds, laaaaylvaala
Bun est a of Tala.
Aasaap; tba Cracks.
Such pood kickers as Coy of Tala,
Mount neaaant of Carlisle. HoUonbaek
of rcnasyrvanta. MoCraa of lAtayetta.
Veeaor at Talc' WaMaa of CbraeU aad
Douftaa and Mortheroft ot the Kacy dtdi
. . V ' ,!
tlunlrdavelopnstot Mitten to'
eoi owe tami wwn
tha aostda kick. Harlan aiid Coy pUyed,
I shed before thorn waa any enstea
sm metes try kax to prawa that tka s
kirk was aireeiary . to dosotop
aoodtr supply of aceseapaehid too
i. ik . mt the o-.uln kirk and made' Miller of the Lntveraitr of Omaha. ; -la
tba days at tha ensue ana mnoa grrr Uan y,iker. Time of halves, are raised n
expert use of It. But wars first class sic-
en kofera tka adoption ot tna rule snow- nunuies r. i
tag R. If-la altogether likely that three1'... , . trrln inAirrnTAftrm '
ot tha crack kickers ot the present day-'
Lie WtU at Princeton. Felt on ot Harvard
and Deilua at tba Kavy-nould ban been
last aa goad auatara butt year, aostde or'
na ansMo kick. There weren't to many
11a vMtte or Daltoaa ar Id tons
anand toat tha average at good kicken
far whom tha cackle kick Is responsible taa airmrcnx aouenes ra ue mreir,
look, at all torpe as compared to good."t kotwasa alttenot classes and kotwes.
kicken of other days.
'All m slL- sars a erttJe. "the commit-
am baa daaat a ktow to tba amallar co-
.i m .k. L.. ..iinw.
leans, wsiss thoas at ths bit tdlowa who
CwSSW wimm mm t
n m eiwaar rw-l
net aun aaw ta sw aw "
n may so insarras. witsns es - ,
ot TBI aaatksda, tbacj
Tale has aat suffered aay saere la tna
toei'letnwn tine ta reeeiK years inss nj
. Wss st strategy of rneaat raara.
tha na from a fake paaaa fctek aasl toat
ferward aaa. wan sprung ST Taw. Aa ai
stimxegy aader tha new ruts, the allid
I atvOtm aa ad4)onal opportunity ;
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T?Tc.Ai (MlV VRT?MI I. faYlJjt
for II. Aa aajact af tha M ralaa waa
to ararMa a (mow which weaM lira te-
ktraatly atroaor taarna Mora aqttltaMa
paortaaitr la arm thatr atrantth, bat
MM tha aonunlttM Wuaraa that tha
aoa aVtra will krlna- nsra raahatc It
aoM't kallava that It wBI ka aa auy,
aaaadaOjr aa tbara ara taa raraa to fa
with aa kalpinr af tha nmaar, that tba
maDar taama wMI aaUtaa bara aanaa-
ton af tha ball. Whra thajr aa hava
aaiana tair will baa aa BMMh ea-
aartuoUr ta aiaka atnuafteal aaa af thai
faarth aawa aa tba Mc taaa. aaa; '
Maa. tbara'a tha loaf forward paaa. un-
iwatrtctaal aa ta ilataaaa aa4 raatrtatad
aa ta Mcrfaraaaa thmwHh, aa4 akw tha
ferward paaa aar,tha acal Una.
Tha aaw forward aaa rcqulraratBia
iva tatlt aa stuck opportunity far atrat
nr ta tba aniallar taama aa thay aa
tha laraar aoaa and mora opportunity to
bath tbaa ara paaalhla froaa tba forward
paaa af laat roar. Any anail taam whleh
la azport b tha aaa of tha forward paaa
aard mt, undor tha aawoat rulaa, despair
of acortnc aialnat a M( taam. A kusaooo,
thla klaa that tha rmaJlar taama won't
hava a ebaaoa. If tba now rulaa da not
aiaka far mora rooatrlaa thry pramloa
otw Btsraatlnff and aattafaetory (una
than for aona dma. ' "
KANSAS CITY FIVE
',' (CenUaaad froaa Flrat Paa).
m total at alcbt ware summsd up ta his
credit. Burkcaroad aaw Hajred Bis osual
steady aaaaa, kat waa a-uardod cloae ay
tba rkuters and did not act stuck ahaaee
ta show up aa atron as la lormar ooo
tasta. Cracker had Hector alee played
hard, andwora m the thick of the play, at
all Uw.es. ,
Lewie Mease, tba UtUa afUourlan tart
forward, la Met about' tba UvoUaat bunch
at basket ball aMktp than kaa appeared
though only fin tost four tnchee la
helaht. be proved tha most aotuustent
player aa tba teaov John Rabar, captain
and center, eutjumpad bJf Rector on ear-
oral occasions. Coach Tautoa af tha trlslt
era deserves prnlae for turnlnc out a
clean, manly sirettlon at basket toes
era who da not barancuo with tha affr
aula, aotnatktnc that la isnerally lackm
on a arhool suad.
Omaha'a aimanam and nam waa a
feature at the contests whlok showed that
they justly doaorwed to win. At the blew
tnf of tha wMetla the Missouri ant started
cut with a dash of apasd and ran the
soon up to M to 1 m thdr fsror durtay
tba first nine mlatttat af tha Initial P
rlod, but attar that tha purple and whit
lads arose to the eotasloa aad piayad
rtna-s around their opponents, tha half
tiaally andlnc M to B ta KansM aty t
By -wsnin laat alcht'a tame tha lo-
oals an euro at second place la tha In-
tMscbslasUe stand I nc of the enur west
BTbauw Coaab Clark's puplla be auccea
ful la Uimcnlnc ouumwa Ulfb aeaooj
tsta ersalaa they wUI ka accorded tba
lea place amoac all the schools la the
states between tha Mlaslaslppl and tht
coast roston. The Ryan silver trophy
cup will be awarded the winning team
at the close at tha tournament thla area
ta. C K. ReedV athletic director ot tha Cap
ital HM nehcol, has announced the
malnmt taasea at the. tourney schedule,
aa tollcwa. Kansas City Central atslnst
Ottumwa thu afternoon at t a'dsck.
Osnaha against Ottumwa tonlfht at I
o'clock. All tamos will bo Stored at the
"T" tynwanuun. Following la tha lineup
of last Bight's samel
OMAUA HIGH. I KAN CITT IIIOH
Crocker (C.I....R r. ItF i'sncy
Huchee L.F. L.F U
(lector ...CiC... Keber IC.)
burkenrosd ...UO UO. ....... Csmphell
Osrdliisr It.U.iK.a Jackson
Score by . let M Tutsi.
Ileivaa. let. M- JLs. fc
Omaha II It 4 I IS
Kansas lHy..W U 4 1 M
Butntltutre: yBr-a for Campbell et
left guard. Field seals: Hughes (II.
Hurkrnroad (It. Mense It). Jsrkaoa (I)
';, ,r.rJ,h?.w!L.lriM v'
Burk.nroad . Points awarded: Kaa-
,Mat ... Omeha. . Referee: Brsniton
ess City. . Omaha. I Kereree: Braniwn
of the Vnlverslty of Nebrs.ka. I'mnire:
Tmentv minutes, Kxtra periods: Kive .
LULLtuK nAffltj uKUnClWltlt i
tContlnued from First Pace.)
at bncreoileglate stbieUce. Then
has grown up at Cornell la recent yean
a system at contests not only set wees
rrniermues asm ewcex "- Mi
anoac ox mm wm i
i ot the rear aroccbiy e assay
this sort wen held.
waml . TTTT .
mmlfmt tWe .inmnl sad aeA Studentm
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ImU a m
ev. arith wreat arnmkts aad suntw
m the future damiliiniaelll of as-
vtt-tr .thWUcs. Theee sports, taougk
(tM 9ltyiBt vs naiursily Interior, an an
eu -j- aoarceir leas eo.trng and
laurmnbmr tbaa tba stoal keenly
t tested isans between ttvat aalvorslOee.'
Pagan an act niaylaf at kotos.
tsao Teoas tteto Brown da. ' p
Tba Stsa ball taam will play at Benson
awaaoa wbsa rke Ow D.
5mce siiNiNbuPMiTi4 rue
SlrWFt'oH CMNr6 Wb JOB A
SHOTS OF FAMOUS GOLFERS !
Will Andenoi Wins Fane by Slicing
Sail at Will witk It Enron.
TSAYZKS XAX8 WOSDB SHOT
Iron la Kaaart aa Fall raaala Cp
Hala PUa Uiraaakaff Tbraaah
ralrway aald ta atdw
KKW TORX. March la. -Tha ahata tbat
tamaua tl(ara Ilka bmsi aad tha way
thay play tham la aar an Intonating
topta for davotaaa af tha lama, both hart
and abroad, btuah baa kaaa wrlttaa about
Harry Vardoa, Jamaa Braid aad 1. II
Taylar, kat tbara ara others aa tba otbar
stda psaaaaalat ajiarrallaua eon trot arat
eartala ahota. Taka, for Instance. Araaud
Tbara la areaahly aa aaora plcturasqja
collar tbaa lata Frenchman, and
daily la ptartes aaiahla ahata, ha la tba
peraonlfloattan at araea. At Monk Ber
wick, where aladay perfected tha cama he
plcksd up at Blarrlta. njodaUIni his style
aoaMtMneT attar Horace Hatehinaoo, but.
of eoene. Bora aubdued, tha full mesbta
ebat aaa ka attactlrety played t many of
Massy likes this full shot but his favor
ite la playrat tba moable tor a half
shot. In hi addrere he kaa tha Vardon
trip, with both thumbs down tha abaft,
the rltht-hand thumb finishing Just a
little above when the trip of the golf
club begins. Too weight H thrown so mo
nks t on tha right toot and the body over
heats tha ball. In tha upward swing, the
wttght la all on tha right foot and ths
left Knee Is down lust a shade. The club
baa born swung, but la not exactly at the
perpendicular. Tba left arm la almost
straight. Tha aedy la not dropped at all.
Tba finish af tba stroke Is an exceed
ingly eaay one. One would think that
there waa nothing man than thi weight
ot tha club coming through an tba ball
from the swing, but Massy gets little
power tram tba right toot and follows
ths baN till tha weight Is all naturally on
tha left. It la an easy, graceful shot
aad n very oimplo ana. as lbs Frenchmar
Hard Great oa fall Brasate.
Although there Is no shot which Alex
ander Herd, ths English professional, dose
not play well, he Is at his best when be
Is required to plsy full brassy or n full
Iron In heavy wind. Reared on Bt An
drew's, when the tusty wind and, ths
open oxpossd course soon compel the
young loiter to learn how to play tht
wind, no, matter from what part of ths
oompa It may blow, "Sandy" Herd hst
perhaps an advantsgs at all other pro
taaalonsls when tha day la blustery. '
In playtnt the full Iron shot, lbs stance
Is eaay; to tact, tba address la aa ortho-
ma be. His trip Is ths old at
Andrew's one. In so tar aa then la no
Inter locking, hut the right thumb Is down
tha abaft, not around It. as Is usual with
Bt Andrew's man. aad tba left band la
wen aver. In the upward awing.
the left kaaa has fust bent a little, nut
the swing la entirely a body one. The
weight baa been transferred to tha right
foot, but tha toft foot still retains almost
Its original position, and doss not rtss
tram ths ground la any way.
At the finish ot the swing the hands
urn Weil w. the weight of the body has
traveled after tha club ana Is now on
tits left foou but the right toot Is still
oo the ground. It Is noticeable that when
the hall lets away Hard still has his head
down, allhoue-h many consider be could
play the abet "blind."
Home laeneei Driver.
As for driving. W. H. Home, the
Cnertaey professional. Is considered the
lencest driver In the world. James Braid
la credited with the longest drive, but
Hone's drive of Pa Tarda at North Ber
wick on July 7, !, la tha most thor
oughly Touched distance In England.
In any event. Home's tavortts shot hr
the full drive. Home's stance is wide.
and ha la well away from the bail. The
trip ta Interlocked, but the thumbs are
not down, but an over the shaft. The
.,. i. free aad verr full, but there
, to tn aad verr
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full, but there
body action. Tba bs
ry high, but then Is no
sussettoa at ovcrawinging. the rlub be
n( BBder .erfect control. From this
poaltloa. Hone gets a tremendous swing.
He la tall and powerfullr built. nd once
beclns the forward motion, the secret
ot the remarkable distance he can act
from ths tee reveal a Itself. Hie swtnf
le perfect. The left foot I kept thor
oughly to position. There Is a complete
control over the body and the right leg
does not bend very much, but the whole
attitude of the body hi that It has fallen
la perfect control after the ball, and. the
seise at tha finish af the atroka la ab
In the opinion af Harry Vardon. tba
acme of control Ilea ta the ability to
dice or pull a ball at will. On occasion.
Vardoa baa extricated himself
tight places by resorting to this form
of master shots, but It ta doubtful It any
one has the pulled hall down to such a
point of sclents aa bad the lata Wat
Aadcraoa Startles trpaoewnts.
It waa aver at Oakland fully twerve
veen ago, when the course at BaysMe
consisted of ate boles, that Anderson
bad a chance ta shew kit wonderful
Hoc. Bent tba Bel
profeesloaal at the time.
i mlsctid by Joasae A. Tra
aa a partner
ka a tour-ball match against
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that time tha professional there. In
playing tha home hole, the drive la over
- ti- . BM.Mh He
sharply to tha left around a point ot
In those days of tha solid ball, golfers
considered It a food "stunt" to drive
tha band, so aa to ban aa open
shot for the green oa their next.-but la
this particular match Anderson startled
the gallery by Imparting some myet ar
te ua spin to tba bail thereby causing
M to travel straight for IM yarda or so
and than iracefully turn to the left, tia
ally disappearing round tba band, well
oa Ita way toward tha green. Four
times did Anderson accomplish this feat
that day without a mistake, and oa sack
occasion It enabled htm to tat boom with
sa Iron, whereas tha others were com
pelled to see brassies with Indifferent
results. Rince that day Anderson baa
won n doses or mors championships. In
cluding tba national open four times
and tba Waster oa three occasions.
Another master stroke rarely attempted
wss krought oft by Flnalay B. Douglas
during tha Ttarlonal championship la
Morris county back In USX. la those
days Douglas showed a preference for
a wooden putter which ka bad brought
over with him when be said fare well (0
old Bt Andrew's and dschlsd to esat
his fortune with tba Land at tha free.
Although often called a bad putter, Doug
las got along remarkably well ta this
tournament wltk the old-rsistiloned
wooden contrivance almost obsolete now.
On ana oceesloa. In his match with
Travis, Douglas displayed a knowledge
of the short gams that made those In
tba gallery marvel. It was at the punch
howl green, tha present ninth. Travis'
I wss a fsw feet nearer ths hols an
In such a poaltloa aa to lay tha other
a direct stynris, Douglas might ban gone
by hie opponent's ball aa closely aa pos
sible with a new to lying dead, but he
preferred ta take a hold chance-, by .put
ting away almost la tha opposite, direc
tion, trustlat to the basla-Uke formation
et tha ground to tva tba beg turns! eat
borrow" to carry It ta the hole from
the opposite side. The nicety or hi
Judgment waa evidenced when tha -rutty,
after a winding course around three aides
ot tha tresn, - flsslly Mopped within a
tew Inches of ths cup;
Trovers Baal ta Occasion.
When fit, tbara ta acamty a club In
his ba over 'Which Jerome P. Tmvere
ha not almost perfect control. I -Ike all
great players, tba Upper Montolalr ax-
pert occasionally gets off tha line, but
tha esse In point occurred during a four
ball match In which Trsrsrs wss a psrty
at Entlewood several yean ago. Ths
seventeenth bole waa being played, and
Tra vera and his partner stood one up,
but .the Metropolitan champion bad
pulled his drive Into long grass, whlls
Jack Hobens, one of the players on the
other aide, had from a good lie en tthe
fairway lad hi approach to within ten
test of the hole. Trsvers, however,
proved equal to the occasion by laying
his Iron ehot out of tba trouble to within
a yard ot the pin. Becsuss of the klgh
grass Tra vers played tha stroke differ
ently than for an ordinary He.' He took
the club up mora sharply, and a It de
scended the aara way. a useful cat Waa
Imparted which prevented the bar from
runnlnf mora than n fsw fact after the
carry. This remaarksble shot msy hava
disconcerted nobsns somewhat. Anyhow,
ha mlasrd the putt, while Trsvers holed
his for a three, thereby winning the hole
and the match.
It rarely happens thai brilliant effort
or master stroke an brought off by op
posing players at the same time, tuch
an occurrence happened In that snemor
tble thlrty-elx-hole match between Travis
and Trsvers st Garden City soma tin
yean ago. After finishing all square at
tha end af the thirty-six hole, the pair
stepped to the front tee and got away
good drives. The eecoad shots had ta
mads In the teeth of a gals of wind.
and ths trick wss to gauge It bo a to
have the balls just carry the pit. yet stop
short of the pin, which would enable
them to putt tor the hois against tha
wind. On this occasion the balls cams to
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rest within a few teat ot sack ether short
of the flat. How thay halved tka bole
In four and how Travis won tha next on
n brilliant three, after being trapped oa
ka) drive, la another story. . .
Fall Brasal Byera Bpeclalty.
If then st one snot which Ebon at.
Byera, national champion In Vm, plays
better than another, it la tha full bramla
bp to tha hole side. The shot has won Mm
many a match, tor, as a general thing,
tba bill second, ana when brought off
by experts, rarely bring up near tha pin.
aoutolmaa tha successful execution of
thla shot tall to bring Its Just reward,
aa Illustrated in tba semi-final round be
tween By era and H. B. Heyburn at At
lantis City soma twa or three yean ago.
Oolnt to tha seventeenth pole, Byera
stood one down, but bt second not, a
full "bent with tha brass!." toft lit Ball
nicely aa tha frees aot mors than twenty
feat from the pis. On ths other head.
Hay sum half-topped his shot, which
luckily raa through a narrow opening
Between the end sf ths bunker and a Una
f tree. Tht enabled him to get a bain
In four, wbsa be should ban lost the
Evsa mora brilliant Is 'the way Fred
Kerretheff handle hi play clubs through
tha tab-way. la tht respect ka goes
Brers aa better la that Herreshott get
greater distance. Tba advantage at the
few aatra yard waa shown whan these
twa mat la lb national clmmplonshlp at
Oardan City ta BO. Oolng to the fourth
bow, a ntattsr ot KB yard. Herrashoff
resetted the green In twa beautiful shots,
whleh enabled him to win tba hole In
four, a atroka under par.
When Herbert M. Herri man won the
amateur championship at Onwsntsla In
MPs, ha bad tha reputation ot being one
of the most attractive plsysrs to watch
because of his ability to get out of
trouble. If bunkered, Haniman only
measure his remarkable auccess in this
department af the gams. . . . .
TRACK MEETJTO MISSOURI
Kuiii Long Indoor Event Bista
StrtJf at Tim.
BXXlfOin) DOES THE BEST WOES
Mteheleoa Only Tvcwosa Breaker,
' with Beat Mark la Hlb Jump
Ever Made la Two tehee la
KANSAS CITT. Mo March Ik-For the
Mlnrk time In es mini years. Missouri
university defeated Kansas ,unlverslty
last night la the annual dual Indoor
track meet. The Missouri athletes piled
up H points to M for their opponents.
ussier Beimond. tha Missouri captain.
waa tha Individual star pf ths meet, tsk
, first ia the est and ths toVrard runs
and bringing victory to his team In ths
ae-mlle relay race by bis excellent worx.
One record for former year was
hmtM when Vleholsan of Missouri msdc
test IVe Inches In the high jump. Th
eld mark waa i toot fsj Inches, sum-
Fifty-yard dash: Klrksey of Mlseoen
won. Davis of Kansas socona. tub.
tine-mite run: nnorsiey ot
won. Patterson at Kansas second. 4:134,
Klfty-flve-yard high nuraies: nssen oi
Kansas won, Mcholson ot Missouri sec
Flfry-ttva-yard tow hurdle: Klrksey
ot Missouri won, Nicholson of Missouri
second. Tims: d:.
Two-mUa run: Murray or Kansas won,
Wk-kham ot Missouri second. Time:
Forty-tour-yard run: Bsrmond ot Mis
souri won. Butxell ot Missouri second.
ant-yard run' Bet-iuoad of Missouri won.
Falrehlld of Kansas second. Time: MV
Htxh Jump. Nicholson ot Missouri woo,
French of Ksnsss second. Height; teat
1 Inches, breaks forsasr record of two
schools which wss I feat d Inches.
Pole vault: Kramer at Kansas won.
Woodbury of Kansas second. Vault: 11
test I Inches.
One-mile relay: Missouri wop. Tuna.
8hot put: K. L. Anderson of Missouri
won. Thatcher of Missouri asoond. Dis
tance: a) feet I hack.
THIRTEEN INNINGS PLAYED
BY CIANTSWITHOUT PUN
iinHILE. Ala- March Ik Thlrteea In-
ntns-s won Hayed between tha New
Tors Nsuionaia ana awe s
tha aoutbora lea-ruo today without a
aron an either alda. The battery for
New Turk waa Marquard. Teareaa aad
v-cw nitiJUIl March Sk-The De
tract Aa-orlcans defeated the New Or
leans Southern league crob ben thla aft
erwooa. S to L
rutTTtKOOOA Term.. March Is.
Tba Cincinnati National league team de- j
feated the Chattanooga Southern league j
team bora today. 4 to L
SAN ANTOMO. Tex.. March Ik-Tbe
- .-en. mt tha ChlMJW AaMrioAn
defeated the local Texas statu team
today. S to a. ; - -
AAt.va-arrnM. Tea- March Mi Tbs asc
end leant at Ike Philadelphia Americans
woa a T to 1 tame rrosa na uarraswo
team at tba Texaa league today.
Slvoa C4sm Ml!
Christy Mathwwsoa to a at steeper artf
eia exonerates SJoodgrasa and Cobb frees
ft- sDlklaa "Heats la" Baker.
Hatty says tbat if Baker bad ever played
ssmsssk Fred Clarke ha wwatd save seen
cut ta rspbeng by tba spikes af the FlraU
The Bee by Tom McNamara i
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POR MK FAMOUS
our duo. . - -
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wuit cut c pc am ,c inn MinAHMui rn me BurcMtK) c
SPHINX MMffTKC D HIS MARVGUMS OMfK0C.
PROPOSE GRANGES - W LINKS
Conditions Xut Be Met to Satisfy
. .Tonne and 01tL
STAXDAED BALL IS IS VIEW
Be fen lalfermlty Caa Ba Obtained
It la Tbeaaht Alterations la
Links Sbaald Be
NEW YORK, March W.-Altbouth the
qosstlon as to tha advissbintv et stand
ard! slnf ilia go It ball ha thu far been
claiming mora attention in Great Britain
than In thla country. .It Is still a fact
that the tunc Is rapidly approaching
whan tha natter will bsvs to bs given
Lelghton Calkins betters,' as to many
others whs ban flvea the matter much
thought, that baton the final step I
taken toward a standard ball a deter
mined effort should ba xaade to cop with
th sttuatloa through alterations In the
Itaks. Suppose a new ball, capable of
setts! driven Ht yards ar ssore by the
arerags player, should ba placed on tha
market. Calkin' Man would be to meet
the ess need condition by having three
or four extremely Ion kotos, aay, tram
a to I, yard la length. ,
This could ba done by eomtrinlnf cer
tain kolas aad cuttint up or adding to
other shorter ones, whlok would ob
viate the necessity for stretching the
total distance to mora than the present
popular distances, which are anywhere
bttweeft i.3n and 4. WO yarda, ' The
greater number of aborthole, caused
by the addition ot the KB yardsra, wouM
not necessarily denote a week spot In the
proposed remedy, for a short hole may
always be a' good bole, provided It la
properly constructed. , ,"
While golfers in tooktat for tha. Ideal
may find their search a phantom-litre
as th xpsrlsne which befell the child
that tried to overtake Jh rainbow, It I
also a fact that their happiness or Bor
row depends to a- greatsr extent 'opon
themselves. This spplles mors partic
ularly to those who make a habit of
spending their vacuus.-! at distant re
aortsj la other wards, thsrs tra course
better adaptotr-for torn players than
other. ' V ' r
It Is no uncommon Jhlnt.for lb hvtrsgs
totter to rusk into his holiday without
much reflection, spd to many esses the
selection of a course Is poorly made. Tbat
recalls tha experience ot a certain mis
guide individual on tha other side. Thla
near-golfer wslthed something mora than
Mt pounds, and one sol lint August day
want to Deal, only to have a ssd Urns
of It among sand hills. The following
season ha went to the Channel Island,
and did his best to play over a course
wbers tba sand hills were even mora
mountainous and fatiguing thaa at Deal.
Tha next season the tat man spent his
summer holidays la being hauled up and
down tha sea front at Bouremouth la- a
don key -drawn choir.
Another can ot Injudicious selection
waa that of a nervous person who went
to North Berwick at the height of the
summer season. After break fast oa the
first dsy of his vacation he waited and
fussed for three hour at the tee, watch
ing a crowd of player slowly start ahead
ot him, aad when his turn came to drive
off be waa so unstrung that be tootled
nearly every shot tha entire way around.
Furthermore, he never tot accustomed to i
what In bis opinion were horribly dis
concerting conditions, and It was net until
ba returned to hst own clay courae that
he found It possible to hit the ball with
Then example an given to show why
It might ba well for the Intending holiday
maker to exercise a little cars before
he embark on ht annual soothe ra in
vasion with driver and Hon, Indeed, such
a precaution is even mora accessary now
than a decade ago. tor 'aver since the
Introduction of the rubber-cored ban the
tendency ha been to make th courae
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Ave. and 32d St there are 3 occu
pied houses and in 3 they take
The Bee. : ,
Advertisers can cover Omaha with one wvwvptvptt.
TUP utTl ts-sj&Ee.. irtS
the- cftooKeDEsr evtr som
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longer, mora difficult, and In tha opinion
of some a tsst ot a plnrer a athleticism '
as well a of hi skill. Coincident with
this development th erer-lncfesslnK
popularity ot gulf has attracted Into the
ranks a small ana ot Individuals who. It
not physical .wreck, certainty never;
would be selected a living advertisement s
for resort boarding, houses.
Aa a nils, such persons ara toller in
office men who rightly . retard toe
week-end on some suburban course a a,
tonic, Thay move a lent quit comfort- -
a ore an ueir nauve may. wncra toe su
ing b) rarely at a nature to Impose a .
sever strata, and thdr success amid such f
surroundings tempts mem to try nwer
ambtrkras flhrhte daring their holiday; I
Somehow or other It almost invariably
happen that they select course tbat
hava become more or toe famous. Their 1
subsequent collapse explain why one fra- (
quently bean abject foo tiers complaln
Int that such and such place ara fright-
fully overrated and absolutely unfair as : ,
to the tests ot golf.
Not long sine a member f a nearby
club possessing a course with scarcely a ,
trap or bunker, the chief obstructions I
consisting of tree la such numbers a to
cause oaa to wonder if the fairways were
aot hewn out of tha solid forest, visited
Baltuarel, which Is generally conceded to i.
no one ot (ill meet soisimuceuiy win vuk
courses In the country. Almost from the
club'g aaritost day advancement hat been
Its motto, and In making changes the
committee has been careful to avoid mis
take. However, the man from th courts
of tree eould tee pothlnt to entbuae over
ta Baltusrol. because, aa he wrathfully i
remarked, ha tot Into every trap, and
one of thes twice-going and coming.
Far out on Long Island. In tba vicinity
of fwconle bay, when tha Ideal course
la beginning to attract world-wide atten
tion, muck th ruu sort ot criticism al-.
ready! kaa been heard, tltkouth ths. aim-"
st kaj founder Is to Jhav th stghtaea
note circuit as surscuve w tnv nn u
advanced yser at to th far-driving
youth, do far as possible tht problem
has been solved by baring a bard and aa
easy way of playtnt the. hot. Altar-
anting tee after a chance to make tha
bole longer or horter, according to the
etreorth and direction of the wind, and;
while long carries ara sxoeedtngly help
ful on occasions, they ar not absolutely
ontlal. ! '
CREIGHTON VARSITY GETS
BETTER OF SOUTH OMAHA
In a rough and tumble basket battle
the Crelgttton varsity quintet trounced
tha South Omaha High school flvs by a
score of 41 to J7 last evening at tha
Young Men's christian association gym
nasium. The game was played as a pre
liminary to the Omaha-Kansas City con
test of the western tourney.
Prucha, right forward for the blue and
white lad, was ths Individual stsr, roll
ing ap twenty-nine point. Both periods
inn marred by much rough play and
tha crowd was kept cheering for whoever
happened to be spilled serosa the floor
with the most force. The lineup:
CREIGHTON. SOUTH OMAHA.
..ttr. R.K Foley
..L.F. UF Colllnt
0.1 C Lyman. Olaen
Prucha fo. Hoffman 14).
11 ns (2), Olsen.
Haller. Menefee (5. Col-'
Free throws: Prucha (Ji,
Point awarded: Mouth
Omaha. Referee: Brannon. T'mpire:
Miller. Scorer: Wetter. Tune ot halves:
UNHOLY GETS THE DECISION
OVER ALBERTS FROM CANADA
CIXVELAltD. March St. Rudy Cnholx,
tha Boer, In a ten-round bout before the
Cleveland Athletic club tonight bad a
shad th better ot Kid Alberta, the
Canadian Aghtwelght champion.
Frank Whitney of Cedar Rapids and
-Fighting Joe" Hytand of New Terk.
also lightweights, were to go tsa rounds,
but Whitney was ton strong aad heavy
for Hytand and the fight was stopped
in the fifth.
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