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THE BEE: OMAHA. THURSDAY. APRIL 4. 1912.
A Stealing Second With the Bases Full
Drawn for The Bee by Hal Coff man
Copyright by International News Servica,
Things "To YorkY AwT
Town Cooking- ro-
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AMONG THE LOCAL BOWLERS
Popel-Oiller Company Breaks Two
Booster League Karki.
MAKE TEAM T0IA1 OF 2,997
E. Ckrlnnin ram Within Tknt
Hans af Ureakla ladlvldsal
. Hmi4 of Tiiki, Rollins;
ODS la Hie Cam.
Tlra Popel-Citler Co. team of the Booatar
leacu laat nl(ht equaled tha world a
tournament record when they reached tha
htflt five-man nark of I.W7. Tola total
' recently won tha championship In the
National Bowilns aaaoctatlon tournament
at Patersoa. N. J., when tha Grand Cen
tra of Ilocheater, N. Y., reached tha
Tha work of tha bowlers In thl team
was remarkable from tha standpoint that
man rolled eonsistently all through
the entire match. Christsnsen, rolllae as
leader, piled up a total of M In the three
samee, maklnc an average of 8) for each
came. Hla first came w . SM. This be
followed up with tn and came back
strong in the tnird for tit. Ratakln, tha
third man on tha team, also averaged
over MO In each game. Malum, the
"anchor," was off color, er the hoya
would have piled up a world's record for
Tha Maxeppaa won two from tha Btors
Halts. Captain Powell waa high with.
M. and for tha Malts Durkee waa the
atar with MT. Tha Omaha Bedding com
pany took three games from tha rarrell
Syrups. For the Bedding boys Wart
chow waa the star with S57. getting M4
for tha high single game. Scores:
1st. M. M. Total.
Wiley 16 1U 1st
Falconer 1M 117 M M
Howard IK m 14 11
bengeie i m 114 4
Cain 2M 21J 8 au
ft M ST
Hem roars trom
, tsa m
Totals 7K T
M J, 33
OMAHA BKDD1NO CO.
1st. M. Id. Total.
Johnson IM ll 142 447
Strew IM II 111 171
Eldaon 171 167 1SJ 4M
Straw 141 161 126 414
Wertehow HI Hi IS
Totals I3S I4t 7J 1417
Lavas eet Twt.
Tha Luzua took two of three from tha
Permits. Bowers rolled high ganw of 86
end high totals with 671 fof the Luxus.
Kernel had high game of IX and high
total of W for tha Permits.
Totals M HI M acn
1st. id. Id. Total.
MeCsbe IN 174 M 67
Doherty 176 17 17 111
J. Howler 1 HI HI 451
Saandera ... 14 IM 111 491
Kernel - Wj 36 171 M
Totals ait M Dt tas
Wednesday April l-La VaMoras
against Pete Loene.
Soata Oaaaka Can test.
Tha folia wing entries have been re
reived for tha South Omaha dty bowling
tournament to be beM on tha Gartsw and
Central bewHnf alleys eammenclns at T
'clock Monday evening. April a All but
one frre-maa team has catered and all
hire entered fa the two-men and Indi
vidual contests. Below la tha list at
Jetter's Oold Tope-Ous Toraaa, John
Brurge, Ben Hun. Paid Chadd. J eases J.
Flticereld, Wllttam HaU.
Gariow'a Colu-Chaiiee Lefler. Charles
Howe. C. Bo lea. John Wolfe, J aha Mullla,
South Omaha Ice Co. Lew Etter. Jos
Peachck. Ralph Tewle, Dr. Col, Ben
Tombrlnk. Oeorae Orlbbla.
Armours W. H. Bonnell, R. Ko
hansky, Jehu -Weimar, P. Beyers, C W.
Stem. I). Price. ,
Oraanaa-A. i. Kacb. R. Cooler. C H.
Miller. A. McCarthy, P. J. SbsparaV P. A.
Oetbrener. . .
Cnlkine- Cnba-M. Calkins. .Kd Noiaa.
N. F. Thomas. Bea Roth. & Mean.
reteraen'a Ksndy Kids P. Petereen, C
J. Fraaciaro. Samuel Winters, W. Paer
berg. Dr. Hunt.
Parks' Paint . Haneeck, HampaL
Cbase Real, Baker.
BoycVi Cracker Jacks R. E. Clsyburn.
Harry Orean. Dm MarrlattA, Juttus
Kraas. Tom Lsrklna.
Martia'a TWtere-H. rrttaehar. H Hea
lehea. A. H. Frye, Leo Hall. 43. S. Ken
nedy, P. M. LeMnaki. .
Stelllnga-Ooa Vollatedt, Charles Whiter.
William Hamm, P. f ponren, John Ohae-
Hiiiehey landry-Jay laflw. Oearge
Jaeobe. Frank Clark, 1. L. Martin, H.
Swltia-R. A. Haasmaod, JL J- Crowe.
T. . Parmar, -J. F. McDonald. Bert
Chadd and Hall Lefler and Rolen. Wolfe
and Mullln. Howe and Gustavson, Etter
and Tombrlnk, Cox and Peechek. Towle
and Grlbble. Bonnell and Wetmer. Ko
harteky and Price. Revera and Stem. Koch
and Cooler. Shepherd and Miller. Mc
Carthy and Detbrenner. Culkln and Mann,
Thomas and Nolan. Roth and Sherwood.
Petersen and Franrleea. Hunt and Pasrer
ber, Clark and Win term. Beal and Hart
cock. Clrana and Tanner. Nichols and
Swift. Clsyburn and Kraus. Green and
Larkln, Merrlatta and Partner. Hemte
ben and Kennedy, Frltscher and Le
Plnskl. Hall and Partner. Vollatedt and
Sporven, Ham and Ohneaorg, Winter and
Partner, Lefler and Martin. Jacobs and
Carlatensca. Crowe and McDonald,
Toman. Fltsgerald, Briggs, Hull, Chadd.
HalL Charlea Lefler. Bknn. Wolfe, Mul
lln. Howe, Oustavaon. Etter. Cos. ;
j-aacnea. itmnniK, iowi, tfnooie. won
nell. Byers, Kohansky, Price Welmer,
Stem. Koch, Cooley. Miller. Shepard. Mc
Carthy. Detbrenner, Culklna. Thomas.
Roth, Nolan, Mann, Sherwood, Petereen.
Fagerberg. Franc laco. Hunt, Clark. Win
ters, Beat. jr.. Hancock. Claybum.
Kraus. Oreen. Larkina. Merrlatta, Prlt
acher. Hall, Hemleben, Kennedy, Le
Mnaki. Vollatedt. Boorven. Ham. Oh
aorg. Winter. Nichols. Swift, Jay Lefler,
Martin. Jacooa. e nnstensen. uiara a
Ctaana. Tajuiap. HubbamI. Parker. Uc. '
Gate City Leasee.
lat. Id. M. Total.
Purahana HI Ml W 661
Careon 131 171 B4 44
Hague 141 10 17 4at
Polaom 171 ISO 141 443
Evans 171 114 134 i4
Totals W n M 1,641
1st. H. Id. Total.
Changstrom 14 117 14 44
Lof 171 167 144 471
Sholeen HI 1I WO 47
Socaard 141 141 16 44
Landatrom 1U 17 161 414
Totals WO 771 133 1.31
DOLLARD'S RUBBER TIRES.
IsL Id. Id. Total.
Abbott IN IU IU 6tt
Dollard 11 IM It 66
Shaw 17 IT 16 61
Pits IM rS7 U0
Jobnaon - 17 111 Ml II
Totala MS M 114 1,477
1st. Id. Id. Toul.
Young IM 16 1) 611
Shsdiey 141 121 17 417
Rando 17 13 1 4X
Bock ... 143 161 IM 444
Hoffman 14 tn VA 111
Totala M4 71 7M till
Athletics Get One
Game in the Series
PHILADELPHIA, April 1-The spring
series between tha local major league
base ball teams now stands two victorias
to one In favor af tha Nationals, the
Americana winning -their first game to
day, T to a The World's champions
landed hard on Breanaa la tha third
inning, but tha Natlonala pasaed them m
tha sixth, only to loss out In tha eighth.
Each team played steady fielding game.
Nationals ... 1 I 1 II 1
Batteries: American. Oipe, Danforth,
Eaan and Lapp: Nationals, Brennan,
Masters and Graham. Vm.Hrea: Rlgier
WASHINGTON April a-Tho New
York Nationals easily defeated the Wash
ington Americans bars today, I to t.
Score: :, R.H.K.
New fork I t
Batteries: Wsahlngtoo, Johnson. Becker.
Henry end Alnemlth: N' York, Mar
ojuard, Ames, Myers end Wilson.
REGULARS TfiM YANNIGANS
OF THE OMAHA HIGH SCHOOL
The firet axklbitlon at base ball by the
1M Omaha High echool recrulta waa held
at tha University of Omaha diamond yes
terday afternoon when tha Regulars
trimmed tha Tannlgana la a rather one
sided nine-Inning swatfest by tha score
of U to a All of the twenty-five iada In
tha squad war given a try out on one of
tha two Blnea and a good many ebaneas
ta Isosan an Jotata was afforded the
yeangaters, who scrambled about tha
field In their efforts to make good.
As a practice gams tha first high school
team win play tha University of Omaha
nm at the antveralty grounds at Twenty
fifth and Ptnkner streets, tomorrow aft
ernoon at I a'eleak.
Score of yesterday's game:
Regulars 1 1 1 41 t -U 17 I
Yaaaigana .ll-l 1 i
Batteries: Burkenroad and Adams;
Treeieon. Keyea and Warner. Umpire:
TRAVIS FIRST FOR DAY IN
GOLF PLAY AT PINEHURST
FINBKURST. N. C, April l-WaJter
J. Travta waa tint la today's tblrty-alx-he4a
aanWtftcation reood af tha twelfth
annual United North and South amateur
out ebaaspsonahln. Hla card af IM waa
three strokca better than the aoora erhtch
landed Charlea Evans, Jr.. ta aecoad
place. From that pornt to tha frnish the
rana waa keen. W. C Pownea, Jr, of
Oasjnoat waa third In H and Oswald
Klnnby of Engtawood fourth ta Ml
Others wba made tha charatloneblp
were Sehoflald. Jr.. Woeburn: C N. Gard
ner, Aaawa: W. 8. DSlon, Alpine: Parker
W. WaUtemore, Brook lUe; Harold i.
Topping. Greenwich; Cheater N. Phllllpe,
Greenwich: Prestley & McLaughlin.
WykagUI: M. D. WyaU. Pond Pa Lac;
R. H. Cwaitney, Wilmington; Walter
Fairbanks. Denver; James D. Stanllsh,
Jr, Detroit, and a a Waldo, Jr, Brook
lawn, Sbaatsa Will Bai
STANTON. Neb.. April I Special.)
The baaa bail attaaiion la Stanton at
present leeka vary bright, eeeatitlone
stjawwar that Stat on will have a much
stronger teasa thai year than last. Man
ager Alfred Pent baa almost a fun
squad signed up and a number of geed
players la sight which will make all other
teams "f e oofae. The management bee
decided to change the location of the bail
grounds frees the fair grounds to a field
much nearer town. As too as the
a sal nor parasMs work will be eowunenetd
building tha giejiilai ancle and a eta-foot
board fence around the field. As soon
ta this la CaUhcd, the team will get out
TRI-CITY LEAGUE IS CLOSED
Basket Ball Season Endi With Big
Banquet at the T. H. C. A.
WILL BEOBGASIZE HZXT TEAS
Kdholaa Loving Cap Oewa ta the Tle
terteeo Plratee Maswetl Pre
sented With Plae Bunch at
Reaea by I'alverelty Team.
All matters pertaining to tha Trl-Clty
Basket Ball league were officially
brought to close and the league ter
minated its organisation last night at a
banquet, tendered the players, managers
and officials of tha league, at tha Young
Men'a Cbrlstlsn association. There were
about forty gathered around the festlvs
board, representing ths sight teams and
the official organisation.
C. E- Reed, secretsry-tressurer of the
league, submitted hla report, which
showed that tha gross receipts of the
leagua for tha eeventy-two games were
MXI.3, After paying referees, printing
bills ajnd returning 110 to each team, each
institution which furnished a floor for
games waa paid at tha rata of aj.w in
stead of HO, the amount that waa agreed
upon aa tha nightly rental for a gym
nasium. Notwithstanding that In this
one respect there was a slight deficit In
tha treasury, all agreed that tha season
haa been a decided success and It was
practically determined that next season
tha leagua will be reorganised.
i. T. Maxwell, president of the league,
acting as toaat master, presented the Ed
holm loving asp to Captain Ore ham of
the vtctortoue Pirate team. Those who
responded to toasts were: Frank Prucha,
castala of the Creivhtoa team: H. S.
Curtis, John Collins, South Omaha: Will
Klewltt, Prank Harris af tha Tramps:
Msrk Hughes of tha Omaha High school,
P. H. Currens, University of Omaha, and
A. W. Millar, coach of tha University of
Tha University of Omaha team pre
sented Mr. Msxwell with a bouquet of
American Beauties after Coach Miller's
Beat the Imperials
Rainbows, 1!; Excelsiors, a
Creighton a, M; Imperials, 17.
The Rainbows and Creighton Senior
were victorious In the first games of the
Independent team basket ball tourna
ment being held at tha Young Men's
Chrietlen association, Tha Rainbows beat
tha Exoelilors Tuesday evening tn a
rough gams afatured by aa ability to
miss tha basket The second game
scheduled far Tueaday evening wss for
feited to tha Squabs, as the Crescents
raited to appear at tha appointed time.
The game between the Seniors and Im
perials Wsdenaday morning waa mora In
teresting and waa hard fought to tha
flnlab. Tha Imperials are composed of
Creighton varsity scrubs and High school
ssbatltales, but they could eat overcome
the team work of the Senior,
Huea R- P
J. Moran UP.
A. Moran C.
Marvin I O.
R. P Over
LP Plot bow
Goals from rem
Hasan. 1: Marvin, I:
Floelhew, 1: Meyere, . Ooele rrom
free throw: A. Moran. 4; Meyere, t Ref
eree: Baumaan of Omaha High. Length
af halves: 16 minutes.
SENIORS. I IMPERIAIA
Russvm R. P.1 R. P Teevey
Lanphler L P I L. P Bllse
F e!rer C !C McOrane
O'Connor R. O.l R. O Qvdnu
Miller LO.l.G Shary
Ooale from field: Torrey. 4: Shary, 1;
McOrane, I: Rneeum. I: Lanphler. 1;
O'Connor, t: Peetner. 4. Goals from free
throw: Shary. Referee: Heller of
Cretsr.toa. Length of halves: 16 and 3D
CRACK ATHLETE FOUND
DEAD IN A BATHTUB
NEW YORK. April t-Joah Orlando,
crack quarter mile bicycle rider who had
hopes of going ta Swedaa with tha Ameri
can Otrwipie team, waa found dead tn a
bath tub today. It la believed that he
became overheated, took a cold bath and
dted of heart shock. Ha waa S years
CUBBY 0EFEATS MEHEGAN
AT SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA
SYDNEY. Australia, April t -Jimmy
Clabby. tha American boxer and AaatrsU
tan atlddlrsretght cbamptea, today de
feated Mehacea. who holds tha light
weight championship on potato la a
twenty-round contest for tha welterweight
to Play Sox Juniors
JOPLIN, Mo., April -(Special Tele
gram.) The faucets of tha heavens hav
ing been turned off. Dog White and his
Junior Whits Sox aggregation and Man
agsr Arbogast'a Omaha regulars are
elated for a dual of games hers Wednes
dsy and Thursday. Weather conditions
are now Ideal.
The Regulars and Tannlgana battled
today for nlna long, gruelling Innings,
the klda finally beating out the old boy
by one point, 4 to a The score:
n il B.
RIYER FISH INCARTER LAKE
Piscatorial Experts Disagree on Ef
fect of the Inraiion.
SOME ABE CTSSCTQ THE CAEP
Optimistic Dleelplee af Isaak Walton
Declare that Flawda Have Stocked
the Lake with Flea Spe
cies of Stiver Pish.
Thsrs Is a wlds dlffsrsnos of opinion
aa to what affect tha high stage of water
in Carter lake will have upon the catch
of fish In that body of water this sesson.
All agree that the water Is going to be
the highest in years snd that the high
stags will continue during the summer.
A yet there hss been no fishing In
Carter Isks and no attempt at angling
will be made until the waters rlesr up
and the weather becomes warmer. Then
every fisherman will be able to decide for
himself Just what the fish harvest will
With the river slopping over Into Flor
ence Isks, and the overflow from there
running into Carter lake, all agree that
there Is going to be a Isrge Influx of
fish from tha river. The pessimists sar
that this flood will bring In thoussnds
of carp, buffalo and gar and that once
there they will deetroy tha game fish,
eventually exterminating them.
On the other hand, tha optomlate aay
that while soma of the fish that are
Worthless for food purposes will come
into the lake, they will be outnumbered
many times by river bass, black and blue
cats and pike. They also declare that
tha high water will fill up the Utile bays
around tha lake, making capital places
for tha baas and pike to spawn, and la
tha snd the overflow will be a bleestng In
dtsgutse. Let that be as It may, thsrs la
no use af going out to Isks to fish. At
least, that's what tha local Ike W si tons
ssy. They add that there will not be
anything doing for several dars. and
OPINIONS BY SOUTH
DAKOTA SUPREME COURT
PIERRE. & D., April t-(6peclal Tele
gram. At tha opening of the April term
af supreme court today twelve applicants
are taking tha bar examination. A num
ber of opinions were handed down for
tha opening day, the list being:
By McCor-fl. M. Waters vs. A. D. Lin
coln. Spink, affirmed.
la the nutter of the eetata f William
ft. Coreon. deceased, Grace Knight, re
spondent, va. Frank R. Athena, adminis
trator, et el.. Minnehaha, affirmed.
Horace Davidson vs. Ed Meyers, Grant,
S. M. Tottea va. If. A. Haven son. Clay,
J. A. Buarh va. South Dakota Central
Railway company. Lake, affirmed.
J ohs W. Thompson vs. All Reed.
Meade, sf firmed.
H. E. Powell vs. J. N. King et el..
By Coreon John Colombo ts. J. H.
Wilson et el.. Oresjory. reversed.
John BiKknell vs. B. P. Archer et si..
Erie Buchaeil va. S. P. Archer, et el..
Erie A. Ploren vs. Swsn Larson snd
Palms Larson. Charles Mix, affirmed.
By Haney Roche Realty company vs.
The Highlands company. Brown, af
firmed. I, aura E- Rosenkrana va. James A.
Wetmer. Hvde. affirmed.
Hy Whiting Charles R. Tsylor va
White River Valley Railway company,
Pennington, affirmed on rehearing.
tlloux Falls Savins Bank et at vs
County of Mtanenaha, Minnehaha, re
versed. Uriah S. Pry vs. L. & Austrian et si..
dty of Mlibank va. Mia P. Crabloksn.
Township of Blooming Prairie vs. Ole
O Bronsoa. Grant, affirmed.
Paul K. Barcue va. Adoiph L. Prokop.
J. W. Harris vs. O. W. Leiee, Wal
By Snath U H. B. Erwtn et al va
Sarah N. Lauln et aL, Kingsbury, af
firmed. (Hate of Smith Dakota vs. A- E. LtavhL
Henry Steneen and C R. Muneon va
August Elfman. Brown, nfflrmed.
Atate of South Dekota, ex ret J. A
DUiA va, B. Weide, at al. Grant, re-
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
Dr. Frederick 0. Beck and Amy L
Xenmore Wed in West.
TEABUKQS BSDIO FINS FBICE
Papllllon Grower with Well Bred
aad Well Finished Yeanaster
Top Ike Market at
A special telegram from 8s n Francisco
announces the marriage there of Dr.
Frederick O. Berk and Amy Lucille Ken
more, both of this city.
Mrs. Back hss been sojourning In Cal
ifornia for the last two months and Dr.
Back left South Omaha only a few days
ago. After a wedding trip throughout
the west Dr. and Mrs. Berk will return
to South Omaha, where they will reside.
Dr. Beck Is ons of ths prominent young
physicians of this dty. He Is sn Elk
and a leader In fraternal work.
Mixed Yrarllaga Brine ST.SS.
If. w. Cockrell of Papllllon topped tha
rattle market yestsrdsy morning wlfi
fifty-six heed of yearling steers and heif
ers, which averaged 4 pounds aad
brought pa This bunch waa a mixed
lot of Hereforda and Shorthorns and had
been on a five months" feed of ground
corn and chopped fodder with about twi
pounds of cottonseed meal a day. Tha
cattle weighed 40 pounds and cost H.J6
on this market five months ago. Byers
Bros. A Co. handled the sale.
Thursday April 4 being- Maundy Thurs
day thsra will be a celebration of the
Holy Communion at S e clock a. m.. at
St. Martin's church.
April I being good Friday there will be
a three-hour passion service at St. Mar
tin's beginning at it o'clock noon and
continuing until S o'clock. The services
will consist of hymns, prayers and ad-'
dresses on ths subjsct of tha Crucifixion
jof Jesus Christ Opportunity for entranos
and for exit will he arordea every tnrrry
minutes for thoss who cannot attend all
tha entire service. Ths publlo are cor
dially Invited to these services.
Magia City Geeelp.
Saturday April I there will be a spselal
baptismal service at 8L Martin's church
at 4 p. m.
Get some of our Cross Buns for Good
Friday at Hskke's Hskerv.
5-story house not rjulte completed,
owner wants acreage ut ta 3and
about to cash. Ida Neff. 41 Bee Bldg.
Friends of Probation Officer P. 8. Mc
Aulsy will be pleased to hear that he at
much Improved in health sines hla recent
John B. Johnson, fsthsr of Prank John
eon the blind newsdealer, la In a critical
condition at the South Omaha hospital.
He la M years of age.
Rosa Hlelm aa a result of a severe cass
af pneumonia, la seriously III at bar home
at Twenty-third end Monroe at rest a The
doctors have given up all hope and are
awaiting the oriels.
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ROSE BATTLEJS PLANNED
Governors of Ak-Sar-Ben to Hare
Feature at FeitiraL
HELD WITH DAYLIGHT PARADE
Mare Elaborate Maaufaeturera' Fa
rade Will Bo Staved Prepara
tleaa for Initiation Gains
Ferwerd at Den.
Battle of rosea will be one of tha new
features af the Ak-Sar-Ben annual fall
festival thla year, according to announce
ment of the board of governors of Ak-Sar-Ben,
mads sfter a board meeting at
the Omaha club last night.
Ths battle will be held In conjunction
with on of the daylight parades. Women
on the floats will cast rosea upon those
wbo Una the streets to witness the
parade. In one of the flowers will be
concealed a jewel or ornament of soma
sort, which will sntltls the woman hold
ing it to a place among tha ladles of ths
osurt of Qulvera.
A more elaborate manufacturers' parade
than waa held isst year probably will
be s taxed this autumn. Ths success af
this event of last year juatlfles tha deci
sion to repeat It with addition. That
event waa almost an Impromptu affair,
but Ita euoosss waa slmeet phenomenal.
Probably there will bo no rrfllltary
parade this year, though thla hss nt
been definitely derided. There will noi
be so msny troops available ana ths
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SIS SOITH SIXTEENTH STREET
board of governors thinks possibly tha
pantile are tiring of military parades.
The theme for the feetlvsl this autumn
has not been selected. Several are under
Preparations for the Initiation are going
on at the Den. A dossn men are busy
getting the several initiatory machlnas
ready and R la said these will surpass
all previous efforts la originality and
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