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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY APBIL 2, 1913.
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CLOSMAN SHOWS GOOD FORM-
HvcrnlU and' VeWrnnV 111 vide lton'
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gent, Kleven la Six, In Drll--
OKLAHOMA CITY, Okl., April l.-(Bp-
plbl TelesramO-r-Powerlosg In the opentr,
at cotnlnK back In the econd lnnlnff,
laha. sent 'eight runneri clattering
itota the Tar), overcomlnfir Denver
tlrce.mn lead and etvlnff themeelv.es a
JK fnargin una easily uiHiancins 1110
Wejern league champions today, win
klnc 11 to J.
tlecrulta and veterans divided honors
far th Rourkea. Orubb at third had
k)y one chance In tho Held, but at the
tit he drove Kane home with the flrat
counter of that bjg second Inning, pav
irg the tray, for the avalanche of run
ti follow. The second) time he dumped
fefperfeet bunt,, sacrifice, workedd the
bppcdng pinchers for, two walks and tho
lit Urns was thrown out at first after
it beautiful stop and recover by Pitcher
fclosman, who relieved Hicks In the
Mth, retrieved himself for two former
r,ounclng and demonstrated that warm
breather was all he needed to hold his
.,Vn against the best hitters In the
pfcgue. In the five rounds he worked
; only two men reached first, Mathews and
Block on lucky pop ups just over the
Infield. He did not Issue a pass and
fanned four. Although. Hicks was
touched up considerably, he never ex
tended himself. He caught several
rtlnnera offflrst'ln, a clever manneri
Hitting honiira were divided between
Thomason &h& 'Kane, each placing, the
ball earely three times In four chances
and each getting a double. Kane was
feeling rlgh, fpr besides ; letdlryf fan
errorless game and ualng trip wliiow ef
fectively he stole home In the second
and third In the fourth.
Norman Coyle, however, was tho lad
who set the paths afire. Manager
Arbogast 'has' been trying to develop
speed In the little left fielder with the
expectation of making a great baiie
runner out of hlm'tlnd he' demonstrated
his possibilities by-pilfering second, third
and , home.
Hicks had a bo1 beginning. Two hits
to left, an error by himself, a' single, a
three bagger, and then a single, netted
the Orlssllcs three tallies. Omaha could
do nothing In the opening' round, Thoma
son being the only man to get on base,
by driving a clean single to right.
It wan In .the second round ,tho tables
were turned and the game settled. Hicks
sent Denver to the bench In one, two,
three order, tanning the last man.
Kane opened Omaha's half by planting
swift one over the second sack. Orubb
and Johnson followed by hits In Identi
cally the samo spot, Kane scoring on
Qrubb's drive. Schtpke then laid down
a perfect sacrifice, Orubb sprinting home
and Johnson trotting to second.
Hicks uptet expectations by singling to
center, Justice walked, Coyle 'was safe
on' tC fielder's choice, In which all hands
were safe, .Thomason walked and Con
gal ton came through with the necessary
pinch Kit. scoring three. i
Katie doubled to left Congalfon .was.
caught at the. plate. Xlrubb worked
Jewell for a' pass and Kane counted from
second stealing home during the -excitement
t " error; by Qujnlan of Johnson's
grounder. Bchlpke closed the session by
driving a' hot liner at Mane'y on third,
Who was forced to .catch the ball to save
Following mlsplays of Denver, the
Rovtrkes added another run In each of
theso Innings. A double and three bagger
bunched with a walk and an error gave
Denver Its second three In the third and
after, that the QrlstUes never were da,n
gerous. A'J V' 1
J SPEEDING UP HORMAH COYLE
Manager Arbopast Takes on a Task
that is 'Pleasant.-1 ,
iwo newsprint i Style
fGrocfttk the noie of'noy-
K)w,.3ci.i: ccige., ,
rBnap the&rlm downas-in
the picture, pirvydaf it the
dbooK tor thCiVname
HcKUbiis. Tht& dollars
The score: i
Justice, as 2
Coyle. If 6
Thomason, cf 4
Congalton, rf S
Kane, lb 4
urubb, 3b a
Johneon. o 4
RM.!nlf rth . V
Hlcks..D.i..rn...( 3 Si 1. 2-ji
Closman, piA...,-r3 f.O 0- 0. 3 0
Totals St U 15 ST 17 3
French, 2b..,,.....,. 4 - I
Cassidy, rf...,.,ft....4.H. 1?
QulllaTi.k lb...,,. .if. iil
-Mathews as,. . 4' y J
,-jainevfs os,,. L a "
.lqck, c....,,,.;,.,,i 1 0,1 1 0
'Mahay, Sb..,..!;..;' . 0 . ,0 a 0
HarrU. p.ify.'.Vi.l.UAvo '.'0 0 3
Jewell,- p.f..liO..iA,iy!0 0 t) S
Koran, p.....?.T?..-.( C 0 1
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Denver 0 l 0 W0 0 0 o-e
- Innlnks ptohedik By Hicks, H:tby Clo
man.'.OJ 'Dy-aeweu.fwiH -. jioran;
Harris, J. -ufonu 'Off Hicks , fl:
Jewell. H .off,- Moran. 7 off Harris.
Hist; Off Hlclis. I: off Closman, 2; on
Jewell, 7: off Moran. 7; off .Harris, 1
Tiaset.on halll:f Off Hlofco. I: -off Jewell
j; off .Moran. 1 8trucsc out: By Hloks,
1; byXlosman. 4; by. Moran. 1; by Harris,
.1. Two-base "4lts! Kane. Tnomnsoh,
Spahr, Three-base, hits; Mathews, cnatv
nalL 8lolen bases:1 Coyle (S), Kane til
l'aaaed iSall: 0oahr. Time of game: J:W.
New York Americans
. Take Ship for Home
HAMILTON. Bermuda.' tAprll? IThe
New York Americans will leive' Bermuda1
on the iioyai Man steamer Arcaaia.n inis
afternoon and will, reach Mew orK
Thursday about noon. The men lire said
to be In perfect trim .and Manager -Trahk
Chance's only cause for apprehension Is
that cold weather, will Mt in after the
players have resumed work In the un
certain climate of New York.
Everything has been, done to put the
team on edge for a hard fight from tho
moment the championship irace, .starts.
With one or two ejfctpllpni there are no
lame.arms or iesin jne,.rari7.
man l)'af. been reduce -to; tj'proricr.
weight so that he can travel at' top apeea
Endurance and stamina have been de
veloped together with swiftness of foot
while alt the men have become possessed
with more wins than defeats during the
race for the pennant
Oeorg McConnell will pitch for the
Highlanders In their game with the
Brooklyn-Nationals' In. Brooklyn- Satur
day, It Is stated: - ..
The Persistent and Judicious Use of
Newspaper Advertising Is the Koad to
HIM .J0NE OP
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OKLAHOMA CITY, Okl., April L
(Special.) While the Bourke regulars
were at Tulsa the Yannlgans wcro hav
ing everything their own way nre. Hat.
urday and Sunday they took on the two
strongest teams in the City league,
playing airtight ball in the field and hit
ting like flonds. Klngdon and Hicks,
who worked Saturday, and Reed and
Boblnson, Sunday, were Invincible, go
ing the eighteen Innlnga- without being
scored against. President Rourk? re
marked today that if the regulars can t
get away with the big teams ie might
loan them some of his Juveniles or Jet
the Yonnlgan team take the fluid Intact.
Manager ArDogast is trying to xet a
little mora speed out of Normnn Coyle,
who has been switched to loft field cince
Congalton JolneJ the squad. If he suc
ceeds, Omaha's leader. will consider him.
self possessed of a wonderful player.
Coyle Is playing the same steady, heady
game which won him a home last year,
taking In everything that comes near
him and hitting regularly and hard. The
only thing to be desired to Improve his
efflatency Is more speed. This is far
from an Impossibility. Coyle Is built tor
a fast man. He Is not too largo and he
has the stride, but .he doesn't seem to
be able to work his feet as fast as they
should go. As he Is only a youngster
tbU defect might easily be. remedied a.nd
Arbogast proposes to see. If he can bring
jfP&iit "" ' " ' " '' ''' '
All Coyle Needs.
Besides enabling him to cover muph
more territory in the field, more speed
will make him one of the most dengorous
base runners In the leagye. Coyle teem
to havo that happy knack of knowing
when to start for a more advanced sta
tion and he knows how to BTt down close
to the ground. Knock a fraction of a
second off his time tor the century and
he will set opposing batteries crazy.
If the weathar nmu only will be con
tent with what he has done in the way
of 'bad weather and wilt consent to servo
up (Wo weeks bfsunshlne without wind
dressing, me umunaa win nave no cause
to-rogrct their coming to Oklahoma City
for spring training.
Tuesday Denver will be here for one
game. The Hendrlx aggregation has
been even less favored than the Rourke
in tho matter of weather, for they wera
unable to take the field 'for almost a
week after "hTttlng camp "at Excelslbr
Slnffsj-arl?foi'a time considered pulling
up atakea andhlklng home. Wednesday
originally was an open date, but last
week Topeka was booked. Then Thurs
day and .Friday come the first division
of-the"CWSa.go W"hlfe Box. with 8ioux
City to wind up the week Saturday and
Man Wandering j
in Tornado Zone
Horrors' throvota which Cfooxxo 'Hansen
passed last ftnada when tho toirtmdo tore
Uirbogn tha' dty So frightened hint that
his memcfT Cod. and now, after flxc
days In St. Joseph's hospital, he la able
to recall but tetr tocidenfs befora the
shock of tha Btornu Evexrthlne sifter
the storm bo rtsnenibera well, but until
the last two dajra his mind waa a. perfect
blank concerning time before tho tornado
rtaneq was found by E. XL nmmlng
Wednesday. Ho waa wandering' almteaaTx
In tha vicinity of Twenty-fourth and
Burdelte street. Hemming saw tha man
wan sick and spoke to. him. Ha an
swered listlessly and the Hem mine saw
that he waa ' injured. His head waa
blocdy and un bandaged. A policeman
waa walking hla beat nearby.
Take this man to the station.' said
"No offense. Couldn't do It," responded
Then Hemming called an ambulance
and Hansen was taken to St. Joeeph's
hospital, where ho was examined. Nerv
ousness, resulting from this shook of the
catastrophe which had caught him, the
physicians raid, was responsible for
Hansen's mental lesion.
It was an hour or so after Hansen
was found before he could tell his name.
He had to think for a Ions time. As to
who he Is and where he lived the man
cannot ray- What happened when, the
tornado appeared he can relate, and tho
things that happened thereafter,- but what
occurred la W Hfe before Bandar.; a week
ago, Is as much a mystery to htm as to
the utmost stranger.
St. Joseph's hospital officials sax Han
sen Is slowly recovering.
PLAN TORNADO RELIEF
jRuewautattTts oi ail IZnj'SweUh
circJciK. fxalxsxsal nrt sodal rsjai
tlrm ta. Omaha, act last nlxht at '. the
lAthersit church, ittseteenth and Cass!
streets, ana orsanireava. tweaiae-.&inen-esii
'relief eommltte)a to work In conjunc
tion, with the Omaha; general reUeC com
mittee. They elected the foJIontuj: execu
tive committee to represent the Swedish 1
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MIBSOUni VAUUET. la.. April 1.
(Special Telegram.) Missouri Vallev
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Prather: assessor, II. J. BrooKhouse;
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JSd OIU. W. J, Rod en, Ed Purcell, K. J.
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CHICAGO NATIONALS DEFEAT
AMERICAN 'ASSOCIATION TEAM
KANSAS CITY, April L In a sensa
tional eleventh-lnnlnar finish the Chicago
Nationals today defeated the local Amer
ican association base ball team, S to 0.
Up to the final Inning; the teams vrero
evenly matched, Cheney probably hav
ing the beat of the luck. In the eleventh
Miller, the first man up for Chicago,
batting" for Cheney, doubled to left field.
Clymer's double scored Miller and
Schulte's single brought Clymer home.
Score: . : K.1I.K.
Chicago 3 3 1
Kansas City 0 7 2
Batteries: Chlcaso. Cheney. Toney and
Bresnahan; Kansas City. Reagan. Schilt
aer' and Kttchell, Murphy,
AND NATIONALSOPEN SEASON
PHILADELPHIA. April L The Phil-
adelphla American. 'and National league
bise ball team played the first iwn'o ot
the spring aertei for the city champion
ahlp here this afternoon, The former
world's champions won by the score of
to' ft, " V '.
Wyckoff, a recruit, pitched Tor ''the
Americana and allowed but six hits.
Americans v S 13 1
Nationals , 0 6 I
Batteries: Wyckoff and Egans Taylor,
Llewellyn and Ilnwley, Lalonge. Um
pire; Klein and Connolly. j,.
- Sao City lunlolpal Election.
SAC CITY.:ia.,,Aprll l.-(Spvlal Tele-gram.-)
At the municipal election today,
N. O. Glahwlller, at the head of the citi
zens' ticket, waa elected mayor by nearly
one-third majority. C. a Jamison U
treasurer; P.-TJ Van Fatton, assessor;
J. Vf. Neal and B. O. Wallace, councllhnen-at-large.
and O. C. Pfaff, John Anthony,
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