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TH3 IS THE SECOND INVENTED TACKS WOOF! I T INK; PJKES AN' sqmET'IN (f I DWNTX HAt fcftAMI
BALL GAME ONCE
MORE CALLED OFF
Donble-Header Carded Between
Omaha and Wichita Postponed on
Account of Wet Grounds.
TOPEXA PLAYS HERE TODAY
The bargain bill bo faithfully prom
ised the fans by Pa Rourfce for yes
terday was called off because the
well known weather prognostlcator
did not see fit to turn on the sun and
thus make the ball yard a decent
place to play In. The grounds were
far too wet, and also it was too cold
for athlete and fan alike, so the very
first double fray of the season was
postponed. - Now three games will
have to be played In double-headers
when Wares' crew comes this way
Today Topeka will open u four
name scries with Pa's man. The Kaw-
Hie gent are at present trading the
loop, tiut Marty Knit haa a proa-nun all
laid out which will upset the Topekaa
from their chosen spot. With the aid of
the weather man Wichita won the entire
aeries from Omaha and the Rourke boaa
tntenda to have his revenge en the other
Kansas gang. Either Bert Larson or Tom
I Mod Rett will oblige for the lady burs. I
as today ia one of the bl-weeUy ladles'
' Mkekespa to Or car.
Home shakeupg are' soon to occur In the
Oruaha' lineup. The local pitching ataff
munt be chansod for the better if Omaha
la to win any pennant or even make a
fifth t for It, Everdon and Cloaman are
not showing- the atuff they ahould and are
hanging on the ragged edge. Both of
theae hurlers will probably be released If
Ilourke ran procure aome good twirling
material. Ralph W411la la also Inclined to
be erratic and may draw a blue envelope
If mora pitching talent Is added to tha
The Infield and the catching department
la rtrat class, but Thomaaon seems to
have loat hla apeed In center. Tommy has
bee a In Omaha several years now and a
change of climate will undoubtedly do
him good. Tommy wanted to change taet
(all and If he can mtke a trnds or gat
another outfielder Rourke will probably
give tha popular little center gardener a
ha nee to shirt hla residence.
Fereytfce la At bit toes.
Several old acquaintances will be found
on the Topeka nine. Including Bert
Wrover. who pitched a no-run, no-hlt
onibat for Omaha l-mt year: Roaring
Kill Kappa, the famous comedian, and
othera. Alao Cy Forsythe. the tango kid,
ho works In tight for Omaha, Juat
came from Kawvllle and haa visions of
n.aklng a down or so hlta against his
old matea during the conflict. The gamea
will all start at 3 o'clock. The lineups:
K reger . .
I jt raon . . .
. .. .ei'ond. ...
, Pitch ...
HtiUMTr'.RM WIX I TIIK .NINTH
Hlta tr Sawyer mm Taaavehlll Wis
llarllag Dsrl froaa Bears.
I'KS MOl.N'rM. Ia.. May 30-Hlts by
riamer and Taiinehlll In the ninth Inning
t-Ktay won i I to I pitchers battle for
rs Moines from Pitcher Cant well, an
Indianapolis discard with Denver. Score:
v DKa MOlNKd.
V AH. R. If. O. .A. K.
Jones, lb. '.,
. t S
. 1 0
. 4 0
. 4 1
Tunneolli, ib 4 0
Oraham. c k
A H. R
I Ml, rf.
. SLiitwell. p...
XI 1 7 it IT
Two eut when winning run scored
Ienver ..l e 0 0 0 0 Ol
I Moinee 0 1 0 0 S S 0 0 1-1
Two-base hit: Tannehlll. Bacrlfloe hlta:
Dell, Miu hall, tipalir, Hunter. Struck out:
by Movrids. 4: by Cantwell, C Rase on
halls: Off Mosridge, I; off Cantwell, u
Hit by pltchad bail: Ry Cantwell. Hahn.
Wild pitch: Mogrulge, trouble play: KaU
lebor ty Ms thews to rlaher. 1-eft on
bases'. Da Mutnes. ; Ixenver. S. Time:
I i. I'mpire; Myvrs
taalkrra Asaerla tleai.
Cornall. I; Michigan, t-
tllanUt. 2; little Ho. k. M.
Mot. lie. 4: Memt.bU. 1
Ksw Orleans. 1, Chattanooga. S I ten
I n i l nsr a)
aaa'jvillc, J: Birmingham. 7.
In Shutout Game
With Towne's Men
.o.-iBpe, ui I
BKATR1CK. Neb.. Mi
Telegram.) Beanies won the onenlnn
game In thla clly today, dofeatlng Nor
folk, 5 to 0. The dar was cold and rain
threatened, but a large crowd of eager
fana was out to m the local team In
action. Manager Tillman was presented
with a new bat ttnd boukuet of flowers
at the opening of the game. Hunter, back
stop for Beatrice, featured with three
clean hits. The score:
Ail. II ..I. A. K
AH H O A K
I 1 1 "Kllltnan. !h 4 It 1 t S !
liy. aa I
Malkar, .. 4
I mi.h.ll, rf 4
T.iwn. lb 4
II Krowa. rf 4
mm, e 4
B. Ilmwn... 1
S 0 t IHrannon. 9b. 4 I 4 0 8;
SOS lllla. . If. . .. 4 1 3 0 ll i
t S N.ff ef 4 S t S 0
SOS SljorkhaJt, rf 4 0 l O ll
It fniit. lb 4 0 4 1 o
I 0K..r1.m. as . 4 1 I 1 0 !
4 3 3 0
4 0 0 1 0
I a I AAdama, i
7 17 11 0
Totals II I H i I
Hatted for Ulllis tn ninth.
Norfolk 0 0 A A ft 0 0 0 0-0
Ueatrioa 0 11 I 0 4 0 0 0 u
Two-base, hits: Clark, Hunter, Rrannon,
Towns. Hacriflce lilt: Naff, Hnster,
Adams, I)yn. (Stolen base: Huster. IIhscs
on halls: Off Adams, : off t'lark, S.
Mtruck out: Ry Adams, 6; by t'lark, 6.
Double play: Flllman to Kortem to
Hockewlti. Passed ball: Olllla. Tlm: !:M.
Stars to Autograph
Base Balls Given to
Men in the Trenches
CmCAGO, .May Ift-Tha moat famous
ball players of the American league will
be asked to autograph some of the baaa
balls whloh President Johnaon will for
ward among other paraphernalia to the
Canadian soldiers In France who want to
while away tha Intormlawlon between
battles In plying the American national
game. Preeldent Johnaon aald today he
would ask the playera to' contribute
signed base balls to the collection of
material he will provide, which will In
clude, In the flrat consignment, five groaa
of balls, fifty bate, six masks and alx
catchers protectors, with sis seta of new
uniforms to go later.
The American league thla afternoon
sent the following telegram to Mayor T.
Ia Church of Tornonto:
"An appeal haa bean made to me to
provide a big assortment of base ball
paraphernalia for use of the Canadian
soldiers In France. The American club
playera will cheerfully make the con
tribution. Finally Instruct mo aa to whom
I shall send thla shipment If It Is wanted."
INDIANAPOLIS. Ind.. May -Raii
today cauaed a postponement of the first
i elimination trials for the MO-mlle auto
mobile race to be held here May 28. Forty
cars are entered, and aa the number of
starters hes been limited to thirty-three,
seven cars will t eliminated. Karh car
to be permitted to start will have to
make an average speed of eighty miles
an hour, and the thirty-three allowing
tha beet tlnui above that average will
make the atart In the race. Three trial
Will be slv, n ,arli ilrivai. At th, . r.ur
way offioua it was said the trials would
start tomorrow, weather permitting.
STANFORD AND CALIFORNIA
SNAP ATHLETIC RELATIONS
SAN FRANCESCO, May -The mi
verslty of California and Inland Stan
ford, Jr., unlversMy snapped athletic re
lations today, and Rugby foot ball, played
nowhere els among American major col
lesea. thereby went Into the discard.
Rupture between tha schools waa
caused by Callfornia'a Insistence that
freshmen be not plaved In varsity com
petitions. GRINNELL FOOT BALL COACH
BEGINS SPRING TRAINING
C.RINNELU la.. May iW-Kpeclal.l-
Coarh McAlinon. engaged a short time
ago to take charge of the Urlnnell foot
ball squad, arrived yesterday to begin
spring training. He had a squad of fotty
men out In suits and gave them a thor
ough workout He Intends to stay in
(irinnell until commencement In order to
train tha men tn the rudiments of the
game, and thua save several weeks of
valuable time next fall.
l oatt l.eaaue.
At Lo Ahgelea: t il K.
Portland i S 1
Venice 4 S 1
Batteries: Iish. Coveleskle and Flaher;
Henley and Ppeneer.
At Oakland: R HB.
Txs Anlea I S 0
Oakland I i
Batteries: Burns andRrook a; Pruttt,
Boyd sol Kuba.
WlllUsaa College Wlaa.
BOSTON May The New England
Intercollegiate tennis championship, Soth
In singles and diMibles. waa won for Wil
liams collage today In the final rounds
oe tha Long wood courts.
Copyright. 11.".. International
Cincinnati Batter Hit lireat rnuiy
Hurler Hard and Quakers
DALE PITCHES FOR VICTORS
I rillLAI l'lilA. May Ufc -Cincinnati
hit Alexander today und Philadelphia
n dnfeated, 6 to !i. Roth of the home
team a tallies were made on home-run
drive by Becker and Cravath In the
fourth inning. With the exception of
thia inning Dale wns very effective.
All II O A K. AH H O A B
Uirh. rf.... 12 3 0 ftflHiirroft. M. S 4
llrrarac m...t I t II iH!.k-. 3h....fl 0 0
a o ;
1 1 1
4 n !
W Kllimr, Ifl t t Ollvrn. Jt....S I X
". 16..... 4 I 2 0 Mfrker, f...S 1
wnrnin. n . s u u m ravam. n.. m i j
V KnlnlH. Mil I S 4 ftl'uakert. lb.. 1 11
Miillvlli. lb 4 0 12 0 HNIol.olf, 3b.. 3 1
l.liiHiln. p 4 t 7 1 AWalmr. rf... 0 1
Hal, s t t o 2 011 Klllirer. I n
- Alanlr. p I 1
Total! 83 llX7 1t
Totals St 4 r St t
Cincinnati 1 1 0 0 O 1 0 I O b
Philadelphia 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 02
Two-lmso hits: I.enii, Kersog. Three
base lilt: l.ciuii. Home runs; Recker,
'ruvth Htolen baaes: Dooln. (Iroh,
Von Kolnlts. Raaea on balls: off Dale,
3: off Aleximder. 1. Htmck out: By
Dale, 6; by Alexander, 5. I'mplren: Rig
ler and Hart.
Cuba Defeat Brmes.
IMIHTON, May DD Chicago defeated
Rostiin today, by a score of I to 2.
Hushes Blruca out eleven Ctilcago ba-ta-men,
but hla fine twirling was undone
when the Cuba scored three runs In the
seventh on Zimmerman's double, a pass,
a Hingis, and Williams and Mugee'k mulf
of Knlseley'a long fly. Hcore:
OH I OA no. BOSTON.
AH H O A V AB.n.O.A E
Chelan, Is.. 4 t Cltipat'k. If I 0 1
Klahor. .. 4 14 lKn. lb 4 111
Hrhull. If.. 4 1 1 0 leather, If... 4 I
Zlinrman. lb 4 S 4 I 0Mao, rf... 4 I 4
Hler. lb.... I 11 4 Hrhmldt. lb. I I 1 I I
Wllllama. rft 1 I ( SKmllh. lb.... 1 t t 1 S
lirMnahan. el 4 1 1 vMaranvil, as 4 1 I t 4
Ar. h.r. c .l I I txlowrlr. c ... I 1 13 4
Knlaelay, rt. 4 I 0 4 Oltuahaa, p .. I 4 S 4
Pierre, p. ... I 4 I
JoVLarr; ..1 4 4 0 4 Totals 30 I 17 11 S
Totsis 34 inns ,
Hatted for Urcsnahun In seventh.
Chicago 0 1 0 0 0 0 t 0 04
Boston 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 03
Two-base hits: Kgan, Flaher. Zimmer
man W. Hmlth. Three-base hit: Will
lama. Htolen base: McDarry. iBaaea on
halls: Off Hughes, 1; off Pierce. 4. eUruck
out: Ry Hughes, 11; by Pierce, 4. Um
pires: Byron and Orth.
Pirates Take Opeaer.
NBW YORK, May JO. littsburgh took
the first game of the series from New
York today, S to 2. Perritt waa knocked
out of the box in the second Inning.
Schiipp, who succeeded him, waa wild.
Adama waa steady throughout.
Meyers xpllt a finger In the firth and
PITTSSit'lKlM. NEW YORK.
AH H O A AS H O A R.
t'ar.r. If.... 4 14 SRurns, It.... 4 4 t 4 e
Johimoo. lb 4 111 s VPorla. Zh....4 1 1 S S
llalrd. cf....4 114 4I,baft. 3b.. I 4 4 1 II
llinrlima. rf 4 I 1 4 oridrhar. a. 4 I I 4 I
Wasner, as., 14 14 lHotxrtan. rf 4 I I 4 4
Vl. b 4 11 OHralnanl. lb 4 114 S 4
Oorlwr. lb... I III OMorara, e.... I 4144
tlltaoa, . O... I 4 1 4 OXmlth. C....I 4 111
Ailama, s 4 1 4 4 OMurrar rf.. 4 1 1 S 4
rarrltL, p...4 S 4 4 1
Total! 31 4 17 11 Itlrhspp, p... I 14 10
Oraal 1 S 4 4 I
Hlllar. p.... 4 4 4 4 4
Markle .... t S 4 S 4
Totals 14 r 11 J
liatted for Mc.'iupp in seventh.
Hatted fur Rltter In ninth.
Pittsburgh 1 2 0 0 X 0 0 1 0
New York 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 041
Two-base hits: Hlnchman, 8c hupp,
Doyle. (Stolen bases: Johnson. Oerher,
Carey (2). Rases on balla: Off Perritt.
I; off Rchupp ; off Rltter. 1; off Adams.
2. Double plays: Flotcher to liralnard
(21. Hits: Off IVrrltt, four In one arid
one-third Innings: off achupp, four In five
and two-thtrda Innings; off Rltter. one In
two Innings. Hit: By pitched ball: Ry
Perritt Carey. Htruck out: Ry INrHtt,
1; bv Bcbupp, 2: hv Rltter, 1: by Adams,
1. Cmplres. Qulgley and Eson.
ltoggers Los te Cards.
BROOKLYN. May JO An error of
judgment by Hchults In tha flrat Inning
today gave HI. Ixiuls enough runs to
win from Brooklyn. The final score waa
S to 1. With two out and Dolan on sec
ond, J. Millar hit to the third baseman,
who had an easy throw to first to re
tire the aiue. lnatead, be tried fur Itolau,
who was aaie at third on a close de
cision. Hyatt then ahot a long double
to right, scoring both men. troubles by
Mtengel and W heat acored Brooklyn a
only run. Score:
t. I in. nnooKTvnf.
AH II O AK AB H.O.AC
sweeter. If . 4 4 1 4 SO start, as. . 4 1 4 3 4
ll'k. Ih 4 0 1 4 41aubort, Ib. 4 I 14 4 4
Iwlan. rf ... I 4 I I SHtaaol rf.,4 I I 1 4
J Millar. Ik. I 1 I I Owkaat. If . . 4 1 14
Hvatl. Ik ... 4 111 0.-thw. lb 4 4 I 1 1
WlUoa. f .. 4 1 t 4 Mra. if .. 4 S 1 1 S
Hiillar. aa .. 4 4 1 I !t.huMi. Ik. I I 4 1 S
fnyder, C....I 114 4-1 Millar. ..4 4 I 4
Hallae. p.. .4 t 1 4 0O.ll. p e 4 7
Hamaial ...1 4 4 4 4
Totala.. . MI17 14S
Totals 34 I'll 11 I
Batted for Dell In ninth.
Beck declared out for Interfering.
flt. Louis 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-1
Brooklyn. 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 01
Two-base hlta: Hyatt. Stengel. Wheat.
Ptolen bases. IVUan. O. Miller. 8'hulta.
Ikuble play. Hallee to J. Miller to Hyatt.
Iiaaa nn Kalla- I If f W a 11 u. AM I ... 1 1
I ritruca. out: Ry Bailee, 7; by Dell. 6.'
L'mptiea: Klein and Uiialle.
Stalllaaa Ulvea Leelare.
CAMHRIIH1E. Mass.. May t0.-leorge
T. mailings, manager of the WorU s
Champion Boston Nationals, gave the
Harvard bavse ball aqual Intaructlona In
"Itia4de base ball.' lie la said to have
consented to act aa a sort of advisory
coach to the team.
Praam Beats MtrMaae.
PHILADELPHIA. May J) -The Uni
versity of IVnnsylvanla defeated thu
t'nlvrrnitv of Mic higan at tennla here to
day, six mattiiea lo none., t our matches
In singlea and two in doubles were
Standing of Teams
WfT. LKAOt'E. NAT. LFlAOtTF,.
Topeka ....15 7 .tn Phlla 17 11 .T7
Des Molncs.lt 10 .61: Chicago ..-.17 1-'
Omaha 12 10 .54i.i Boston 14 .M9
Icnver 10 10 .kVani littMhlirgtl .IS In .rt
Ht Joseph.. 11 10 .M4I Brooklyn . . .14 10 .4-
Lincoln .... 10 .471' Pt. Louis. ...15 17 .4W
Moiix Cltv.,10 16 .3nl Cincinnati ..VI l .444
Wichita . . . 6 14 .SO, New York... 11 1 .407
AMF.R. LKAOrU. STATU LKAOUB.
New York. .17 .S .41 Kearney .... H 1 .7W
Detroit IS 11 .M3I Beatrice ....4 2 Ml
Chicago ....IS v. .!: Falrbury ...3 2 . 600
Ronton 12 10 ,S Norfolk .... S .tiO)
Wanh'ton .11 14 .4l York 2 2 fion
Cleveland . .12 18 .42Sr. Island... 3 2 .f
Ht. Louis... 10 tt ,a.3 Viastinga ...1
Phlla 19 .331iColumbua ..1 4 .200
FED. LEAOL'K. I AMER. LEAGUE.
Pittsburgh l12.4lNew York. .14 .040
Newsrk ....IS 12 .uj Detroit U 11 .63
Chicago ...17 18 .5671 Chicago ....1 12 .13
Brooklyn ..16. 1J Ml Boston 13 10 .M5
Kan. City.. 16 l;t .fM Washington 13 14 .4fii
M. lxuis...,13 14 .4.l 'Cleveland ..12 11 .4
Baltimore. .12 18 .4o0 St. Louis. ...10 19 ..145
Buffnli S 21 Phlla 10 .321
Toieka-Kloujt City, wet grourula.
Wlchlta-Omaha, wet grounds.
Uncoln-Kt. Joseph, wet grounds
Denver, 1; lies Moines, i
t. Louis, 6; Rrooklyn, 1.
Chicago, 4; Boston, 2.
Pltsburgih, ; New York, 2.
Cincinnati, fi; Philadelphia. 2.
New York. 4; 8L Louis, 2.
Boaton-Chtcago, wet gioundn.
Baltimore-Pitts burgh, rain.
Buffalo. U:. Kt. Louts, 11.
American association games posttoued,
NEBRASKA STATE LEAGUE.
Norfolk, 0; Beatrice, a.
No other games scheduled.
Western Ieague Denver at Kt. Jo.iili,
Lincoln at Dee Moines, Topeka at Omaha,
Wlohlta at Mloux City. .
American League St. LouU at Brook
lyn, Chicago at Boston. Pittsburgh at
New York. Cincinnati at Philadelphia.
National Leajrue Philadelphia at De
troit, Washington at Cleveland. Now
York at 81. Louts. Boston at Chicago.
Federal league Baltimore at Pitta
burgh, Brooklyn at Chicago, Newark at
Ht. Louis, Buffalo at Kansas City.
State League Norfolk at Reatrice,
Kearney at York, Grand Island at Hast
ings, Columbus at Falrbury.
Track Meet Carded
for This Saturday
is Postponed Week
Bad weather and the aoft condition of
Oreighton field has prompted the man
agement of the Omaha Athletic Federa
tion, to postpone the big Invitation track
meet scheduled for Sa turds y until May
2. As a result the entry lints will re
main open until next Tuesday so that
those athletes who wished to take part
and failed to get their blajtka in will
have ample time to do so.
Stromboli is First in
NEW YORK, March SO. The Metropol
itan handicap at one mile run at Bel
moot park today was won by Stromboli,
Sharpshooter was second and Flying
Fairy third. Time, 1:SS 4-5.
The meeting Is to continue until June).
Part of the proceeds will be devoted to
the Red Cross, White Cross and Blue
The entries were: August Belmont's
Rockvlew, 14, and Stromboli, US pounds;
E. B. Cassatt'a Flying Fairy, HR; the
Marronea stable's Charleston; O. A.
Thompson's Slumber II, 107; 8. lu Par.
sen's Sharpshooter, 10S: R. T. Wilson's
Tartar. 10J; J. W. Measerveys Addle,
100; J. R. Maddan'a Sam McMeekln, SS.
"DOC" ROLLER HAS BAD
FALL FROM ZBYSZK0
MONTREAU May k Waldeck j
' Zhysiko, the Polish wrestler, threw lr. j
I Roller here tonight so hard that the doc- ,
tor's knee was wrenched and he was not j
' able to continue the contest after the
one fall, which was won by Zbysxko la
fifty minutes with a toe hold.
Fast and Wee Mix.
BEIJ.E FOURCHB. a D.. May .
(Special The State Firemen's asaocla
Hon this year has decided that a base
ball game shall be staged between teams
composed of tha firemen living east and
wast of the Missouri liver. Mayor Hit-key
of thla city will pitch the flrat ball to
President Rang of tha state association.
Ralph Root of the W. B. Nott company
of Minneapolis will umpire.
Sea Pltrhsrs Bark.
The Memphis club last week returned
Pitchers Buckles and Robins to the Chi
cago American rlub and the latter at
once placed Buckles with Troy aad Rob
Ins with Fort Wsyae.
Foist Jadlth Wlaa.
PHILADELPHIA. May -The Point
Judith polo team defeated the Philadel
phia Country ilub at Bala today, to
Drawn for The Bee by George McManus
ST. LOUIS BROWNS
New York Make Seven Hits Off
Three Twirler. and Pile Up
FINAL RESULT IS FOUR TO THREE
ST. LOUIS, Mo., May 20. New York
made aeven hits off three pitchers today
and defeated fH. Louis, 4 to 2. Store:
NEW YOftK. HT. IiliS.
AB.H.O A E. AB.H.O.A B.
Malnal. 8b. .. 3 0 3 4 OKhottoa. If., a I AAA
J perkinpa', aa 4 1 12 OAuntln. Ib...0 4 9 0
Hlrti. cf 4 1 4 e AWalah, 3h. . . I 0 1 1 4
! Plpp.. lb..... 4 14 0 lll'ratt. 2b.... f. 12 14
rmk, rf 4 0 0 0 Of. Walker ill M !
Ilartiell. 11.. 4 3 3 0 0 lMm, rf 4 1 1 0 0
.4104 OSavarald, c. J 1 11
Nunamakr, M I T I Olarr. lb... I 1 18 I 4
Warhop, p. . 4 1
1 4(.avan. as... 4 1 3 6 0
Wellmnn, p. 1 4 0 1 0
3T 10 SR. Walktr.. 110 0 0
rerrrman, p. 4 0 o 0 0
Howard ... 1 1 n o 0
.lam. p.... 4 0 0 A i
Kaulfman .1 4 4 0 0
Total! 34 I 37 14 2
Ratteri for Wellman In fourth.
Batted for Ferryman In sixth.
Batted for Janita In ninth .
Now York 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 04
St. Louis 0 S 0 0 0 0 0 0 i2
Two-base hits: High. Pratt. Warhop,
Howard. Stolen banes: Malnul (2), High.
Baaee on balls: Off Perrv mun. X: off
James, 1; off Warhop. a Hlta: Off Well-
man, in rour innings; off Ferryman, 3
In two Inr.tngn.; off Jamea, none In three
Inninga. Struck out: Rv Wellman 5 k
Ferryman. 2: by Warhop. 7. Umpires:
Connolly and Chill.
Italians Turn Their
' Phonographs on Foes
ROME. May aWVia Parls.-Ortaln
residents of Roma have discovered a new
method of conveying their sentiments to
the official representatives of Austria and
Germany. The German and Austrian
I consulates are altuated near each other in
j Gregoryiana street. Residents of the
.nearby houses have placed phonographs
in their windows, the horn pointed to
ward the consulate. All day long these
phonographs clamorously grind out Ital
ian national aire.
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1 1 i!0-l'-"tv ' III jf mention the arrival there of Indians from Ohir. They
1 M t m I : 1 Im'- "'TO . 1 1 are represented as well disposed and carrying with them I !
fff 'Jll ''''r many halit ' dV'liWd lifC'" t. '
Henry Rohlff Company,
FOUR PITCHERS IN DUEL
Groom and HeTbert Let in Eleven
Runs. While Ford and Bedient
BLUES DEFEAT TERRIERS
ST. LOUIS. May 20. Buffalo slugged
Groom and Herbert for seventeen hits
which netted them eleven runs, while
Ford and Bedient gave St. I,ouia six
scattered hits which produced only one
tun here today. Score: R.H.E.
Buffalo 1 0 0 2 4 1 0 3 0-11 17 1
M. Louis 1 000000001 63
Ratterles: Ford. Bedient and Blair;
Groom, Herbert and Hartley.
Make Plea for Frank
CHARLESTON. W. Va.. May i.-The
state senate late today adopted a Joint
resolution petitioning the governor of
Georgia to commute the death sentence
to life Imprisonment in the case of Leo
M. Frank, convicted of killing Mary
HARRI-nURC. ra.. May 20.-Tho
Pennsylvania legislature tonight adopted
a concurrent resolution requesting the
governor of Georgia to commute the
death sentence of Leo M. Frank, con
victed of murder, "that he may be given
the opportunity to vindicate himself."
STONE SPEAKS ON POWER
OF CHINA TO LIVE OWN LIFE
ST. IXT!I:?V May 20.-Unlted States Sen
ator W."J. Stone, in an address at a ban
quet to a party of Chinese trade commis
sioners touring the country, said:
"China needs enly to become conscious
of its stupendous strength and power to
enable it to shake off every grip of un
just restraint, to divest Itself of every
encumbering entanglement and to assert
and uphold tts Independence with Its own
"The American people would encour
age and aid the people of China in what
ever way possible to build their new gov
ernment on a solid foundation.".
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HUNTLEY LEADS IN SHOOT
Omaha Crack Heads Field of Ama
teurs in Second Day Event at
Annual State Tourney.
CHAMPIONSHIP EVENT TODAY
NORTH PLATTE. Neb., May 20. tSpe
clal ' Telegram.) Sam Huntley, the
Omaha Oun club crack, led the field in
the JnO-target sweepstakes event, the second-day
program In the annual state
tournament here today. Huntley broke
188 out of 200 targets shot. O'Brien, . a
professional, broke 189, but Huntley wan
the high amateur. Ed Vemer of Adams
snd Kovcn were tied for second with 184
The rhoot for the state championship
will be held tomorrow.
Verne r ....
Wo! bach ...
171 Van Cott
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I'M 'Kenneth ....
U Cavanaughe .
188 Graves ........
.... 188 Howe
.... 160 D. B. Thorp..
.... 166 Waggoner
.... 156 Morehouse ...
.... If Gammon
.... 189 f..I.
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U. S. SUBMARINES PLAY
AT WAR; TWO DISABLED
WASHINGTON. May 20,-Two of . the
submarines engaged, 'ia the Atlantic
fleet's war game off the coast were dis
abled tonight and' were taken In tow for
Newport. R. I., to be repaired.
Reports to' the Nsvy department an
nounced that the broke its crank
shaft and the K-l developed engine trou
ble. Just where the submarine flotilla
was operating wis not announced.
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