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Field Club Working to Make Con
tests Surpass All Predecessors.
RECORDS OF FORMER MATCHES
William nf PlttMlinrfrli Must Defend
Mngles Title HneUett nml Hall
nf evr Vnrk Mint FlKht to
llnlil UoiiliJrK Honors,
At the annual meeting of the United
States Lawn Tonnls msoclntlon at Now
York last month, the Omaha Field club
secured tho Clay. Court Tennis champion
ship tournament ftr 19)3- Omaha wan
represented Uy Conrad 11. Young und
Harry A. Kock, and It la due to their
efforts that the tournament Is to bo held
Tho sentiment In tho cast toward a
clay court tournament' has greatly
changed slnco this son of.' tournament
was Introduced In Omaha In 1010. Then n
Hucccssful national clay court tennis
championship was at matter for specula,
Hon, and the result of the experiment
was watched with Interest from nil parts
of the United States Hut so successfully
did the Omaha Flefd clubnliandlo this
event and bo claBsy was tio list that
there was no longer any doubt as to
tho popularity of Uio game played on
courts ot clay surface. Success enmo
again In 1911 apd 1912; so that this year
several eastern clubs put In bids' for the
privilege of holding; this pvent. Cincin
nati, O., and even New York City were
anxious to hold It, while In tho south,
Dallas wan tho most talked ot aspirant.
Owing to thu previous arrangement with
the Pittsburgh Athletic alub, which held
' tho tournament lastl year, Omaha -Be Is
tho second largest event In tho tennis
world of tho Unltcdi States.
It Is only- fair to Omahn' that tho
Omaha Field' club itiall. tie awarded this,
at least every other year, tor tho Idea
ot a championship, to ba played on clay
courtM really had Its Inception horcj Will
M. Wood, gam' Caldwell apd Conrnd
Young started the ball rolling and with
V JJ. Hawk ot UrUana. III., arid' John
T. Bailey of Albion, Oltl., -worked up
sentiment for It. Too much credit cannot
bo given to "Will M, Wood, who kopt on
arguing and pleading for a new national
championship, even when Others had op.
rarently let thu matter drop.
They will presently start a similar
championship In France, for only this
winter lias tjio Idea got going. It Is only
it question of n few years until tho eluy
court gamo will be recognized all over
the world, und It Is particularly gratify
ing to the "old guard" of tho Field club
that their Idea has taken such a strong
hold on the tennis world.
Tho first championship In singles was
won by Melville JL Long ot San Fran-
.cIsco, who (dashed' away through over 100
entrants, beating" W.' M. llhll of New
York. The doubles was ' won by F. a
Anderson and V. T. lluyes over M. 11.
Long" and Arthur Bcrlbnor.
n 3911 In Omaha W. T. Hares carried
away tho championship after bcatlm?
Percy Slvord of Pittsburgh. The doubles
was won by W. Winston and 11. O. White
head of Norfolk, Va-, who bent out the
MucriUlnton brothers of New Orleans, 1m.
They won tho challenge round against
Hayes and Anderson.
In 191C In Pittsburgh R. N. Williams of
Philadelphia played through the tourna
ment and took the tlilo awuy from Walter
T. llaycn of Chicago, In tho doubles If.
II. Hackolt und W. M. Hjill of New York,
after idaylug successfully through the
tournaim-tit, defeated 'Whitehead and
Winston, tho former title, holders.
Tltcso men will Have to defend their
titles In Omuha this sutnmor. Tho Omaha
Field olub tenuis committee, has asked
far July. 21 as tho opening date. Already
tho committee has commenced Its work
of getting men to como for tho. matches
and It- Is afo to predict that this year
will see tho biggest and ibest clay court
tournumcnt yet held.'
OMAHA BOWLERS IN FORM
Huntington and Payne for Time in
Select Class at Toledo.
NEW LEADERS IN TWO EVENTS
Icmth Player Lnutl Inside First Ten
in Slmrlea and Doubles at the
American Bowling: Con.
Defenders Wan Game
from Exdelsior Team
Tho- DeffcnuVrs, composed otf basket ball
players of tho Young MciJfH Christian
association, Thursdny ovenKng defeated
thn Excelsior basket ball tl-um at the
Dcnf arid Dumb school gypinuslum by
tho scora ot 21 to 10. Thu Excelsiors, who
havo been classed as city champions,
were outcJattsad. and during the entire
gamo were, nble to makobut tjwo baskets,
the rest of their score coming from fouls.
"Bob" Parish, Omaha University player,
and Linn, ot the Commercial Hlgfh school,
were tho stars of tho game. ?Thq Do
fondttra at no time were called upon to
play their hardost, game, and toward tho
end! tho. contest dovnloped Into n farce.
TOLEDO, March ".(Special Tele
gram.) Omaha bowlers made a strong
bid for championship honors at the Amer
ican Bowling congress tourmmcnt (his
morning, when Huntington and Payno
that city rolled 1.209 In tho third squad
of the two-man events. This count fir
time ensconced them within tho ten
leaders, but they wero later crowded out
f the select class. The Omaha men en
countered splits and railroads In thuir
first two games, but came tack strong
In tho third period, when Huntington
rolled 346 and Payne 234.- Scores:
O in ah u Iloublea.
M. It. Huntington ISO
W. Payne , 170
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TEAMS' TO PLAY SATURDAY
The local basket ball season '-will bo
brought to a closo this evening at tho
Young Men's Christian association with
the. gnmo between Ula Wesleya uni
versity and Nebraska Teicphono company
teams. Tho season just being flplrfhcd
will long bo remembered as the most.
successful that the floor gamo fcas' had
In Omaha, and tho last gamo- will bo
fitting finale. Both teams ure clean and
fust, and In addition ta having:' clever
team work, aro mndc up of some, of tho
best basket tOssers In thtf state. Wcsleyun
mines hero with n remarkable record.
having won from every' aoltegv In Ne-
brabka, save the Carnhuskers, and Ne
braska was crowded hard In order to
win. The Telephone five, on the other
hand, has not a wldo reputation, but
has had no difficulty In making a clean
tiweep ot all local teams.
Tho probable lineup of tho Methodists
will boi Forwards, Keester and Kline J
! renter, McCandless; guards, Johnson and
1 Garry. McCandless and. Oarry wore
picked for tho All-Nebraska team last
season and ara playlntf In, even better
; form this year.
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1, W. Frltscher 1S2
M. Yousrn 187
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With a score
T. Ncale W
F. Conrad 171
Joseph Dober 1?0
w. Bcnoenman... ..lis
K. Deuman .215
M. Yousell .....178
K. Q. Sdple ...193
Frunk Fanton 200
M. It. Huntington 163
r . Conrad 190
H. W. Frltscher 164
J. Ulahcney 200
Joatpn uouer ....178
I, . K. Muller 182
W. U Schoenman 1W
T. Noale 147
Bowlers from Newark, N
lead In two events tonight.
of COI, William Halns of Newark became
the leader In the Individual event and
also took third placo in tho all-events
with a total of 1.S91 pins. Hchultz and
Koster of Newark shot Into first place
In tho two-man team event, finishing
their thrce.gnmo Bcries with a score ot
Bluck and Forrester ot Cleveland, wltn
a score Qf 1,218, tied Radyl and Karllceic
of Chicago tor seventh placo In in
double During the day's ploy.
Hermann. Cleveland 1.V72
liaa. fort Wayne i.w
Heine, Newark, N. J..... l.Pjl
Hcituitz, Newaru, N. J 'u
Ualandcr, Chicago li&7
Helns, Newark, N. J tl
epencer, unicago . a
Hobieskl. Des Moines iM
Marslu Springfield. Ill Jl
Kchults-Koster, Newark, N. J.... 1,21
Mountain-Carlson. Chicago. ............ l,-7
Wtlsun-Chrlsty, Kxcelstor Springs l.ivXt
HoyerAshley, Sioux City Utt
liaas-Carr, Fort Wayne.,.., l-7
With the Bowlers
(late City lienRue,
. MID-WKST TAILOnS.
weeks and displayed u remarkable need
John Uengelo coudn't reach 600 for the
Dc:Ifn. Tlie old timer was fifteen plna
short of this mnrk.
Tho Fred Delfs won three Tuesday night
with n 2,782 total. They had three nice
team games of Oil, 913 und 925.
Jltnmv JniTiih rnllpil "doir score" In the
BooHter league this week with 541. Shoot )
Cixj, Jimmy. Then you inn keep up with .
tho pnritdc. i
Krnlo . CliHstenseu came through with
threo consistent gamoH. Hl first game
was 201, tho second 202 and the third 207,
making n 610 totul.
Tho HlghbnllK. with poor shooting, were
forced to succumb to tilo onslaught of
the Mazrppan for the ontlrc series, lxiok
out for those candy kids.
TticHday night Dettman was tho utrlke
or no count artist. 'Dett" got enough
strlkcH to roll fiV), but errors and splits
hold his totai down to 571.
Tho Popcl-OlllerH rolled a nice series
Tuesday night with a 2,M totul. They
won threo from, the Guarantee Clothing
company teum with 891, 961 and 931.
Martin and Balzer aro taking the rest
euro. They were seen going homo early
tho other night. Both play on the Burk
ley team and are training for a strong
"Oct nfter Bun Hull, girls." He bus
high score In the Commercial league for
Brodegaard's diamond. Ben was feeling
pretty good Monday night and i oiled u
Tho Booster leaguers were going Rood
this week. TotnlH In the 6o0 column were
rolled by Bland with CS2, Wartschow, 634;
Cain, 622; Firestone. tU6; Matthcs, 633,
Chrlstcnsen, 610, and Johnson, 609.
The Clara Belled again turned loose one
ot their big touts wjth 2.980, Including
games of 1,006, 1.002 nnd 972. Tne ritorz
Malts were tho victims oC tho onslaught,
losing three games.
Fred lUcc's 3S6 score Tuesday night will
probably stand for tho looby prize until
tho end of Die season. Fred'H ball seemed
to ba ufrald of the pins and wouldn't even
come closo to them.
Matthes Is coming back. Ho rolled a
633 Tuesdnv night with threo consistent
games Of 201, 211 und 221. "Matty" Is ono
of tho few old timers who are still in the
game, and is liable to pull off a big score
Bland was out with his striking togs
on and broke the Booster league' high
single game record of 267, held by both
Youscn and Cain. Bland finished tho first
gamo of his series Just two pins over this
mark and followed with a 234 gume. With
fi03 for his first two games ho hud a -good
chnnco to beat the high league series, but
fell down miserably In the lost game, only
rolling 179, making a 6S2 total, Juat seven
pins short of the record.
KIVIAT 1ND00RMEET STAR
Wins Two Races and Breaks Thousand-Yard
M'DONALD SMASHES A RECORD
CHAMPION COAST TEAM
BEATEN BY WHITE SOX
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Moore 133 177 163 471
Landstrom ,,.,. 202 133 150 496
Sholcon 12S 16 200 490
Wiley 192 184 163 Ml
Learn ..... 167 213 194 674
Totals $23 871 873 2,574
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Hoffman 126 143 163 434
Thatcher 16a no 194 496
Corson 163 182 1S7 4S4
Bones 127 167 123 417
Kpsten 14S 15S 153 461
Total 732 788 772 292
Union Outfitting Leairue,
Jameson ' 140
Totals 629 704
Totals ...684 646 736
Monte Uhrlatoa Win Two.
The ObrUn's Monte Chrlsto team won
two games from the Omaha Bicycle com
pany's Indlnans In the Commercial league.
OBRIEN'B MONTH CIIIUSTO.
Mann , 136
Al Demaree, whoa work In the box
for the New York Qlanta pn their spring
training trip stamps him as one of the
coming sensations of the Ntvtloiiat leasue.
Demarco wan formerly with Montgomery
of tho Southern league. In which organ
Izatlon he was considered the Win;, of
Totals , 806 9X1 m
Handicap 16 16
Totals S06 942 942
OMAHA BICYCLE INDIANS.
Boord ISO 151 171
BaUiT U5 191 159
Kcyt S02 146 III
Wartchow 1J6 175 17
McMartln 143 178 190
Totals 821 S K7
OAKLAND, Cal March 7.-In the first
practice game of tho spring season, after
only ten days of - training at the Paxo
j;ouies camp, ine whicuhu Aumntuim us.
fented tho champion Oakland team of tho
Pacific Coast Baso Ball league today,
9 to 3.
Bens was In the box for the easterners
for tho first five Innings and allowed
only one hit and no runs. Snhalk, the
White Sox catcher, lined out a clean home
run In tho third inning, with two men on
Smith and liasterly were substituted as
the battery for tho White Sox at tho be
ginning of tho sixth. Smith walked five
men and allowed four hits, off which the
Oakland team made Its three runs. Score:
White Sox 0 1 6 0 0 1 1 0 0-0 13 1
Oakland 0 0000 2 100362
Butteries: Whlto Sox. Benz, Smith and
Sclialk, liasterly; Oakland, Pope, Abies,
i'aiKina ana aiitze, uoiuer.
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was Bon Pool, Threet, Ala., when drag
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SETTLE GRUDGE. f,
CHICAGO FISTIC RIVALS TO
Nctv York Pollcemnn nxceefla Own
Mark In Shot Pnt by Five Inclica
Finnish Itnnner Drops Out
of Tn-o-Mllc Rvcnt.
NEW YORK. March 7. Althouch Pat
rick J. McDonald, tho Now York police
man, who won Olympic honors last sum
mer, smashed a world's record tonight,
when ho put the twdnty-rour pound shot
thlrty-nlno feet three and one-fourth
Inches, the real star ot the annual senior
Indoor championships of the Amateur
Athletic union held In Madison Square
gnrden tonight wns Abel R. Klvlnt of
tho lrlsh-Amerlcnn Athletic club, who
won the 600 and 1,000-yard runs.
In romping away wltft tho two big
middle distance events, Klvlat made a
new American record In the 1,000-yard
run of 2:15, shortening his own record
ot two years ago by two-fifths ot a sec
ond. An hour later ho led "Ted" Mere
dith, the Olympic winner, by Inches in the
600-yard run with Tom Halptn of Bos
ton a close third.
McDonald exceeded his own world's
record by five Inches when ho smashed
tho mark for the twenty-four pound shot
tonight. The former mark was made
at Celtic park, outdoors eighteen months
Kolehmalncn, t(ic Finnish long'dlstanco
runner, dropped 0111 ot the two-mlto raco
after trailing tho field of seven runners
for a llttlo over a mile. Apparently he
wan unable to warm up m the distance,
which Is shorter than he fancies.
Harry J. Smith, tho ten-mile national
champion, went cold also a lap ahead of
the Finn and dropped out. William J.
Kramer, the former cross-country cham
pvon for ten miles, led tho field In that
event and was never headed.
Tho American Indoor records were
equalled In the seventy-yard high hur
dle by James L. Wendell of Wesleyan
and by Howard P. Drew, the negro
fprlnter from Springfield, Mass., In the
CONTEST IS POSTPONED
Owing to Harry Symes being called- out
ot town, tho championship gamo of bil
liards he was to havo played last night
with Albert Cahn,' has been postponed
until Tuesday evening, March 11. The
contest Is uttracting much Interest among
followers of tho game nnd a good audi
ence will be In attendance.
Fronmi nnd Thompson Drntr.
HARLAN, la.. March 7. (Special.)
Piter Fromtn of this city and Jud Thomp
son of Spencer. Ia. wrestled to a draw
hero last night after two hours and
thirty-five minutes of fierce struggling.
The draw was called at 12 o'clock for
the reason that the contract, which was
drawn for the 5tlu expired at that time.
The men wero both In good condition
when tho match ended and no doubt tho
match would have gone at least ono
hour longer. In the preliminary Shlpp
agreed to throw Lcsslnger once' In an
hour, but was hbnself downed In forty
Marshall First in
HAVANA, March 7. F. J. Marshall of
Brooklyn won first place In the "Cuban
chess tournament, which was concluded
hero today. J. R. Capablanca of Ha
vana finished In second place. D. Janow
ski of Paris was third, while O. Chajes
of Chicago and A. Kupchlk of New
York divided fourth and fifth prizes.
The contest between Marshall and Cap
ablanca for first place attracted great
Interest. When play started today Mar
shall had the advantage over Capab)anca
of one game. He was pitted against Ja
nowskl, who defeated him In fifty moves.
Capablanca had Kupchlk aa his opponent,
but the best he could do was to get a
draw In fifty-one rnoves.
In tho other games played today,
Blanco won from Jaffc In forty-seven
moves and Chajes won from Corzo In
forty-ono moves. The final score:
Marshall .....10V4 3Vi
Capablanca 10 4
Janowskl 9 5
Arrives in New York
NEW YORK, March 7-Slr Thomas Lip
ton's challenge for the America's cup was
received today by the New York Yacht
club. Secretary Cormack so announced
Mr. Cormack declined to make public
the text ot tho challenge or to comment
on It In any way. It would be considered
by tho members of tho club, ho asserted,
before it would be acted upon. Whether
tho members will hold u special meeting
for this purpose or would take It tip at
their regular March meeting, he added,
rested entirely with tho executive committee.
For Polo Tourney
NEW YORK, March 7.-Tho first step
In preparation for the International poM
tournament In June was taken today
when a Joint committee on management
was appointed, three members being se
lected from the Meadow Brook club, on
whose grounds tho tournament will be
held, and threo from the National Polo
The men chosen to represent the
Meadow Brook club are August Belmont,
Jr.; James A. Burden, Jr., and J. A. Raw
lins. From tho National association W.
A. Hazsard, Joshua A. Crane and H. L.
Herbert were chosen, Mr. Herbert bam
that all preparations for the matcrt's
would be concluded within a week or
Walter Dupce, a prominent western
horseman, has! Informed pololsts here that
h,e will ship a string of ponies to Lake
wood, N. J., for tho opening of tho Antr.
lean practlco matches there next montn.
OUTLAW LEAGUE ORGANIZED
WITH EIGHT CLUBS IN LINE
NEW YORK, Mnrch 7. The Unttcd
States League ot Base Ball Clubs was
reorganized hero tonight with eight clutH
In tho circuit. William A. Whltma-i,
owner of tho Reading (Pa.) franchM",
was elected president. The cities In tho
league are: New York, Newark, N. J.;
Brooklyn, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Wnsn
Ington, Lynchburg, Va., and Reading.
Pa. Tho season, It Is announced, wl-1
start May 10 and closo September 16. Thu
schedule, which will bo announced In
about ten days, will consist ot 120 games.
The United States league was organ
ized last year, but only played a part ot
Its schedule. It Is not protected by tlii
rules of organized base ball.
KANSAS AND NEBRASKA
WILL PLAY FOR TITLE
LINCOLN, March 7 An agreement was
entered Into today by which Nebraska,
champion of the northern division, and
Kansas of the southern will play a series
of three basket ball games for the Mis
souri Valley conference title. Tho first
game will be played at Llncon next Mon
day night, the second at Lawrence, Kan.,
Tuesday and the third, it necessary, ftt
Manhattan, Kan., Wednesday.
"PECK" MANEY IS SIGNED
BY JACK HENDRICKS
CHICAGO, March 7. "Peck" Maney, a
.300 batter who has played several seasons
with local semi-professional base ball
clubs, was signed last night by Jack
Hendricks of tho Denver club In the
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