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TOE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, MAY 22. L015t
Bringing Up Father
Copyright, mi InternetlonsJ
Drawn for The Bee by George McManus
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RODRKES TRIM UP
6R0YER AND KAWS
romer Bourke Hurler If Dack Boup,
Wllle Tom Elodjrett Keepi HIU
SSHTH A2JD KEUO DO SLUGGIKO
Bert Grover. ono a habltu of thaea
port and th bMt hurlar on th Kw
,nuad. attempted to iuMih the Rourkes
yesterday. Aa tb ' Rourke wer de
prived of their pray, tha Wichita craw,
for threw straight day by a hearties
weather roan. Marty Krog's gang of
hired hand war quit peevish and
mroMcd Mr. Grover with all tha gentle
ness of a freight car banking Into a
hamper. And while our I1 waa muss
ing up the alanU of little Bertl. Tom
BlodKell teased tha Kaws In a moat
scandalous faahloft and reduced thalr hit
ting resolution to seven blowa. netting
on mark. The result waa a rietory for
Omaha. f to 1.
Tha liourke slliped tha Kawa a moat
artistic ' manhandling. Tha weather
cleared up a bit yesterday and Pa aald,
"play 111," for ho Vaa tired of paying
ut guarantees with nary a dollar In tha
lov office to help out Although tha
weather waa awell for Eskimos and other
i'ont'na of tha northland, qulta a smat
tering of braves, bug and lady buga,
nit ted w ith pneumonia germ to lamp
the cue time. J
Coast Twi ia Vlaat.'
Wild and woolly happening opened tha
fray in tha Omaha half of. tha flrat
frame. Karl Smith beat out a hire one,
whirl) rolled tantallalngly down tha third
C4 line, while Red Roche went through
diver futllo contortion to rapture it.
On Ureen's Infield out Karl scooted to
ecrnrt and scored on Kruegar" knock to
renter, Ernie hiked , to second on the
throw to tha plate,- which waa tea
mlnutcg behind the fleet Hmlth. Krug
l-olcd a blow through second and Krueger
went to third. A double steal by the two
Ka upset tha Kaw Infield and Krungwr
counted, Orover went tip In the air and
Hued a coii)te of walk, but Whalen
whirred for the third out with the baaea
clinked. - , '
Topeka mada tta lone marker in the
third. Talllon waa aafe when lilodgett
mussed up hie dinky roller. Ha went to
aecond on Trained Infield out and
chaired a tally oa Mayer1 Tx leaguer
For good measure the Rourkes made
one la the eeventh and two In the
eighth. In the former stanusa Frits
gchlctbnor alammed a tao-bee clout to
left, went to third on Blodgett'g out aad
cored on Smith' third btt of the mat
inee. Brhllebaer Make Doable.
Foray the almost handlcuffed Latttmora
with a drive to atari the eighth In a fit
ting and proper manner. Krueger poked
a hit to left, oa which the Tango Kid
beat It to third and acored when Trainer
let the ball elide through him. Krueger
took aecond on the error, went ta third
on a wild pitch and regletered on Krug'a
third hit of the day.
Tha Kawa and Rourkea will battle again
today. The game will be called at t
cfclock. Bert Laumm will work for
Coutha, fVove: '
Oalloway, rf I
Total M 3 4
AB. R. II
rage, 3b 4
ro, ir 4
Waton, rf. ..
Rrltton, b. ..,
William, cf. ,
F.woldt. a. ...
(White, c ,
Vance, p. .....
.. I 17 14 4
Three-haae hit: Ppahr, Hwoldt, Wat-
eon. Two-rwa hlta: Kox, w aton. rc-
liftce hit: Kwol.lt. Racririce fly: Wat
aun. IIlt: Off Harrington, t In twolo
nlnaa baaea on bull: Off Vance, i; off
Mitchell, 2; off Harrington, 1. Ktrurk
out: Hy Vance, 8, by Mitchell, 6. lilt
by pitched hall: Itr Harrington. Will
iam; by Mitchell, William: by Vance,
Whalen. Wild pitch. Mltchel. Ift
on bawa: Inver. 8t. Joeeph, T Time:
l:t&, I'mpirea Parent and Cualrk.
HOOITKRI OVKRCOMK LIMCOLW
NirrMea lilt Hard aad Dea Molaea
DKH MOINEil, May SI.- D Molnea hit
iNarveeon nara uxiay ami picKei up
lead In the early limine
could not overcome. Mcora: I
An. R. H.
Wolfe. If 4 1
Mc(iefriKan. 4 0 0
William, .lh 11 1
Mclntyre. rf 4 1 2
DaUey, ib... 4 1 1
Hchreiber. cf t, 0 1
Krueger, 8b.... i 0 0
Yanta, o... 0 0
Narveaon, p I - 0 0
McCoy, p 10 0
II. Hchreiber I -0 0
tireen. Sb ,
AB. R. ' IT.
O. A. P.
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HASTINGS OPEHS AT
HOME WITH YIGTORY
Sedi Find Hoffman for Only Two
Hit, but They Give Be- ,
YORK GIVES KEAEREY SHUTOUT
HASTING. Neb., May 21. (Special
Telegram.) Hasting opened tha State
league aeaaon at home today by derating
Orand Island, t to 1. The Reda found
Hoffman for only two hlta. Theae,
coupled with a walk and two error al
lowed three men to erore In the Initial
round Bmlth allowed the visitor alx
scattered hlta and their lonely acore came
In the alxth, after two were down, on a
walk and two RlnKle. Score:
GRAN MMUANO. HAHTtNO.
AH. M.O.AC. AB.H.O.AR
Itokm, Jb...6 I 4 OWttmn. lb . a I
0 0 A Moor, rt. I I
1 t llmiu, lb. . 4 0 I 0
I IIXoCtM, If. .4 1 t
1 II OHIrrmtima. 4 0 )
pfiwnar, rt. 4
Hriwk, lb... 4
HUu-nT, ct.. t
f'rifhf, c... 4
Millar, If.... 4
-lr, lb.... I
Mnffinea, a. 4
BoMa .... t
Standing of Teams
f . l B
, I 0 0 I l ,
, I 0 I 0 I
10 0 0-1
0 0 0 0-1
rr. n 4
j .1... i t
Uatted for Narveaon In Mlxth. tmiMii. rf 4
Lincoln 0 0 0 0 0 S 0 0 M ,
Imi Molnea a lll.l I H M Ur.,w, lb I
Home run: Oiaham. Two-baae hit: iLTT. " I
Narveaon, llley, Williams, Jonea. Hi-rt- i x.n.iw, 'p'' i
rif nila: woir. i ami. nunirr, niu. w.iiworth .1
Hawyer. stolen tiaiea: ttunier izi, jonea.
birurk out: liy Muaaer, oy narveaon,
a. Kaaea on hall: tiff Muimir, ft; off
Nrveon. a: off McCoy, a. itit: urr
Narveaon, In five Inning. Hit by
pitched ball: KV larveeon, iiuim.
TantwMU. Left on baaea: Lincoln, 10;
1 tea Mulne. 0. IKjul.le itlavs: McUa.frl(an
to Krueger in Moitaiiigan to iauey,
Tannelilll to Sawyer to Jone. llartfonl
to Hawyer. Tlrna: jm. Umpire. Myers.
Purple Beats Iowa .
By Four to Nothing
IOWA CtTT. Ia-. May tU-Nerth west
ern university defeated tha University of
Iowa hare thl afternoon. I to a Juel
pitching waa the feature e the game.
Ik-ore: - R.H.B.
Battertei: Northwestern, Juel and
Loo ker; Iowa, Ingham, Foster and 8lov
CLAIRE SIGNS MILLER
FOR GRAND ISLAND CLUB
CltoW Claire, manager of the Grand
Island team, took advantage of the of?
day In the atat loop Thursday and cam
to Omaha to sign up Morey M'.ller, for
mer Cretghton foot ball star, to play tn
hla outfield. Miller ' waa last year with
the 'Oehkosu club of the WUcoimln-IUl-nols
league, - which failed to start tills
year. Claire aleo announced the release
of Malt MoOrath, Omaha boy, who tried
out for first baa.
14 0 0H Moor., pf,
40 'lbl, 2b...
1 lOleon, ..
til Obmilb. p...
TouU M III 1 I
Hatted for Belk In ninth.
Orand Island 0 0 0 0 0
Hastings I 0 0 0 0
Two-haae hit: Hynek. Stolen baae: Mc
Cabe. Hurl on hall: Off Hoffman, 1; off
Hmlth. &. Left on base: rOand Island, 7;
HaatlnK. 6. Hit bv pitched ball: R.
Moore Wateon. Btruck out: Hy Hoffman,
12; by Rmlth. 10. Time: 1:W. Umpire:
A aether ghatoat for Worfelk.
BEATRICE. NeV. May It-flpeclal
Telegram.) "Rabe" Towne'a men wei
ehut out again hre today, S to 0. fate
was on the mound for eB trice, holding
the vllotc-rs to two hits and striking out
right men. ttcore:
AB H.O.A B AU.H.O.A 1.
nrnortrk. tb 4 1 IKIIIman, M I I I
itunuino. e v
a OHivk. rf.... a e
t Netr. cf 4 0 t t 9
Bro. If. .. I 0 It
I tUoekvltl. Ik 111
1 1 fluster,
Tetai rr inn
Tetal at IMIt I
Hailed for Campbell In ninth.
Norfolk 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Heatiice 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1
Two-bat. hlta: Pate, Bockewlts, "aeri
fies hlta. Flllman. Brannon. Stolen baaea:
R. lirown, Melker. Black. H. Brown,
baaea on ball: Off Mellette, a; off Pate,
a. Htruck out: By Mellette, ; by Pate,
ii. Phased ball: Buater. Time: 1:4. I'mptre:
WEJST. LHAOITE. NAT. UaAOIjB.
Topeka ....16 8 .f-2 Phlla. 17 U .W7
He Molnea.lS 10 ., Chicago ....IS U .00
Omaha ....IS W .M5 Boston 14 14 .oO
Denver ....10 11 .476 Pittsburgh .16 1 .W
tt. Joseph.U 10 .4f Brooklyn ..14 15
Lincoln .... 11 .4HX Pt. Louis.. .16 17 .440
Kloux Clty.10 16 .Sfftl (Inclnnatl .U 1 .44
Wichita .... 14 .awj New York. .11 10 .4V7
AMUR. LKAOUH. KKD. LiCAOUH. .
New York..l7 10 .6.KI1 Pittsburgh .IT 10 .
Chicago ....Vt 12 .625f Chicago ....W IS .6tl
l)etrolt ....IS 12 .OLA! Newark ....ISU.Wl
Boston 13 11 Kan. City.. .10 IS JSi
Washlng-tn ii 14 .463: 8t. Iuls....lS 14 .41
Cleveland ..la 18 .4' Brooklyn .. .10 14 4n
fit. Louis.. .11 30 .arl Baltimore ..11 10 .87
Phlla 19 U .346! Buffalo 22 .290
STATE LKAOl'B AMER. ASSN.
Tork 4 1 . IndlanapoUslft U .&t
f all bury ... 4 t ,M7 Milwaukee .1 IS .tC
Beatric e ...6 8 .714 Louisville ..M 14 .bAi
Norfolk .... 8 4.4ft. Paul 15 14.43
Kearney ..J 3 .4m Cleveland ..13 14.4M
Orand lsl'nd 8 8 . 401 Kan. City. ..14 12 .401
Ha-sUnge ... 3 8 .W Minneapolis 11 IS .4
Columbus ..16 .17 Columbus ..11 M -UK
- ler. ,-er, 2; Kt. Joseph. 3.
Lincoln. 1; I'ee Moines, 9.
. Topeka, 1; Omaha. 6. ..
Wichita-Bioiix City, wet ground.
NATIONAL. LEAGUE. s
t. liOUls-Bronklyn, wet grounds.
Chicago, 2; Boston, 3.
( Pltuours:h-N w York. rain.
Cincinnati . Philadelphia, rsln.
: AME1UCAN L&AOUK.
Philadelphia. 11: IVtrolt. 8.
New York, 4: Bt. Louis. 6.
Boston, 2: Chicago", i. Seventeen Innings.
Baltimore, 3; fittaburgh, 9.
;)rooklyn, 5, Chicago, 9.
Newark, 4; St. Louis, 0.
Jluffalo, 3; Kansas City, 8.
Calumbus, 8; Kansas City, .
Other itamea poetponed. wet grounds.
NBBKA8KA STATE LilAGUEL
jrairhury, 10: Columbus, 2.
. Boatrlca, S; Norfolk, 0.
Hasting. 8; Orand Island. L
York, ; Kearney, 0.
w..i.rn Taviie Itenvee aC Rt. Jneeoh.
J 1 i J Lincoln at Dee Molnea. Topeka at Omaha.
s'"l l I 5 J Wichita at Sioux City,
s .'.'. a I 1 a i National IagueSt. Ix.ul at Brook
' Ivn, Chicago at Boston, Pittsburgh at
New York, Cincinnati at riuiaaeipnia.
American League Philadelphia . at De
troit, Washington at Cleveland, New
York at tit. loula, Boston at Chicago.
Federal league 'Baltimore at Pitts
burgh, Brooklyn at Chicago. Newark at
Ht. loula, Buffalo at Kansas Clur.
mate League Norfolk at Beatrice.
Kearnny at York, Orand Island at Hast
ings, Columbus at Falrbury.
TORK. Neb., May .-ltpeclal Tele
gram.) York took the opener from Kear
ney today, I tot Kearney waa helpless
before Hnley, who pitched gilt-edged ball.
Klonts waa batted all over the lot. Rice
and Pierce were the heavy hllatera of ths
day, ths latter getting ths first bit of
the season on ths home grounds. Ths
grounds were heavv, but there was a
good attendance, gcorer-
J. k u cf
10 37 18
i it ha
1 wo-bse hits
0 0 0 0 1
LORD WILL SIGN WITH
' BUFFALO FEDERAL TEAM
BITFALO. N. T.. May 31 Preatdent
Robertson of the Buffalo FwJeral league
said today that negotiation were vir
tually closed for the etgrnngrTr Harry
Lord, former third baaeraan of ths Chi
cago American. Lord I reported to he
on hla way to Buffalo to formally dose
the deal.- .
.. 0 1 0 0 0 0 1
,..t l i i e l i -7
: rVhliebner. Roche, TsJ
Msyer. btolea basea:
Krueccr. Kru. rarrlfU tills: Rut he.
' . line. nan l-i t on bas: Omaha. ; Tu-
i -ka. 4. Htm. k out: Hy Blodaeit, 8. by
iiio-r 6 llaaea on balls: Off Blodgetl,
off (irtiver. a. nuii ptua: uivvtr.
I'liiui: .oU, I'uiulre: OelaoL
i.osti hit win yoi JUIIISI
Uearer 1hi Drasaasera hr Tw
ta Tit re.
T. JOSKPH. Me.. Msy 31. Long tats
ly M. lo-pb aers lesuonslote fur to
ifcjr's vl tury over lepvr. Both of ths
! wivtr runs the result of errors.
'c': . . . .
AH R. II. O. A. 1-1
.. 3 0 4 1
. . 4 t i t 0
.. 4 a 3
..4 0 7-e
.4 0 3
..4 1 I 0
fn';r, if. ..
l-d. rf.-lf. ..
VSliu'eli, ill. ..
l-mur. c. . ...
iisl l iUKU'U. p.
Peak' tb.... 1 1
Joraud. lb.. 4 1
I'srrls, If ... a 8
M.rnll. rf... 1
BlisV, ct 4
lklnshai. ss a
Jsmsb, ..,. I 4
Morss, e I
klusii. .... I
4 8 4 4
1 I I 9 I
J I Rice, lb
I Murphy, cf
I SHsiasa o.
1 trtM. s...
4 apisrna, rt..
1 lHsi.r. y...
nan n nii i
Kearney 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
York 0 0 8 8 0 0 0 3 0-8
Home run: Murphy Stolen bases: Rico
':. Totten (1). Double plsys: Haley to
Tot ten to Felix. Fle to Bloe. Base on
nana: ore Haley. !: off Klonta. a. Left
on bases: Kearney. 4; York. 6. Hit by
pitched hall: Merrill. Struck out: Bv
Haley. ' by Klontx. 1. Paused ball:
Morse. Time: I t. Umpire: Monroe.
Palrbary Wlaa Vlref Hess Oaase.
TAIRBV-RY. Neb.. May 31 (Hpeclal
Telegram.) Kalrbury celebrated Ita
entrance Into the State league with an
easy victory ovsr Columbus In the open
ing home game here today. The final
score was 10 to 1 tn favor of Fairbury.
The feature of the game were the bat
ting and fielding of Thieslng. he landing
in one of hla teammate ahead of 'him
Cupid Takes Crack
Athlete from the Y.
M. C. A. Track Team
AMATEUR GAMES SATURDAY ;.V Tb7e..u.
home run over left flold fence, bringing
in one or ins teammates ahead of 'him.
The band Wki In attendano and Mayor
Mason of KalrUiry pitched the first ball.
.V vnd of about l.OuO fans waa out.
The d'amond waa heavy. Boo re: R.H.E.
t'olumbus 00 0 0 00 3 0 3 8 8
Fairbury 0 1 0 3 1 0 4 3 -10 8 1
Batteries: Columbus, Klrachner, Pow
er. JiiHtu and Hummers, Kamsey; l"air
bury. Mchull and Booth, liases on ball:
Off Hcholl. 6: off Ktrschner. 4; off pow
er, i. Struck out: By tfcholl, 4; by
Ktrschner, 6; by Power, 1. Two-base
hits: t'onboy. Brown and Lamb of Pair-
burr and Duiham of Coluuibua Home
Raymond C. PuroU, star athlete of the
Omaha Young Men's Christian association
team, entered In the Invitation track meet
to be held on Crelghtoa field neat week,
ill A n..l.'ln., I- .K AJ.nl.at Ula
i , , Will UVP lIHW ... V..W .V
I f i sntry ha been "scratched" by Cupid. :
i 1 i ! i Mr- Kurol and Ml Inea Btotts of
is Bradshaw will be married Saturday
1 i morning at Bt. Peter church by Father
M is ar 14 e ' McCarthy. They will leave lmmedlateiy
for Bt. Onga, a P, or i two week'
Ptan for a secret wedding were spoiled
by the fact that It was necessary for Mr.
Furota to secure a marriage Uoense at
ths court house.
Mr. Furols la a mils runner and lumper
and also one of the most abls all-around
athlete of the Young Men's Christian
association squad. H had been counted
upon by the Young Men' Christian asso
ciation to capture several point la the
'No track meet for me trow," he de
clared. "I oouldn't be pereuaded to poet
pone my wedding If I knew I would win
The brld is the daughter of John
Stotts of Bradshaw. Mr. Furols em
ployed aa a bookkeeper la tha office, ef
the Omaha loe and Cold Blorag com
pany, ills horn ha been at 110 North
Twenty-fifth street, but he due not yet
know where he and hla brld 'will live
after their return her. Both are 34 year
CDBS TAKE SECOND
FROM THE BRAVES
Hurling Duel Between Rndolph and
Lavender Goes to Chi
cago. THBXE TO . TWO THE SC0EE
BOSTON. May 3L Chicago won the
second gam ,of the erles from Boston
today, 3 to t It was a pitcher battle
between Rudolph and Lavender. A muff
by . Connolly permitted Chicago to score
two runs, with two out. In the fourth
inning. Boston' score were made with
two out in the eighth, a base on ball.
Connolly two-base hit and a single
counting for runs. Bcore:
rt ... a I t
OEfsn. lb.... 4 S 1
(livnnolly It. 4 1
lMsr. cf.... 4 4 1
fiMehmltt, Ib. 4 4 II
(Smith, lb.... 114
OMsrenvii. el 4 I
..aa 7 n it iruiipii. 4 i 1
AB M O.A.B
Ptielsh. t..'4 a 1 a Mmn,
Flatter, ss. .. 4 1 I
ttrtinlte. If . I 0
fttmrman, Sb a 0 I
HsW. lb.... 4 0 II
Williams, of I 1
Arrh.r, c... 4 1
Kntmlr, rf.. 4 a
Laesna'er, 4 1 0
Total a T IT 18 1
Batted for Whaling In seventh.
Batted for Tragvmor in ninth.
Chicago 0- 0030010J-3
Boston v v o v v w vm
Two-base hlta: Phelan. Connolly. Sac
rifice hits: Smith Zimmerman. Double
play: Zimmerman, to Saier. Bases on
errors: Boston, 1; Chicago, 1. Base on
balls: Off Rudoipn. a; oit LAvenaer, a.
Struck out: By Rudolph, 8; by Lavender,
I. Umpires: Byron and Ortn.
Stecher Best of All
NKLIQH. Neb..: May 31. Special Tele
gram.) Joe Stecher made short work of
Charles Challander of Chicago here to
night, winning the flrat fall In six min
ute and the aecond In nine. At the con
clusion Challander aald he had met all
tha good one, but Stecher waa the best
one of them all. 1
WHALES Y1CT0RS OYER TIPS
Hendrix Blanks Brooklyn in All Bat
FINAL SC0BE IS HIKE TO TWO
CHICAGO. May H.-Hendrlx blanked
Brooklyn In all but the first Inning to
day and led, with a triple and a home
fun, an attack on Beaton that resulted
In a 8 to victory for Chicago. Score:
Brooklyn ....2 00000000-388
Chicago 0 O8340O0 9180
Batteries: Seaton. Ftnneran and Simon,
Pratt; Hendrix and Wilson.
Casey Defeat Blaes.
KANSAS CITY, Mo.. May . Kruger
four run. no red on three (Ingle and a
double out of four times at bat. and op
portune hitting on the part of his team
mates helped Kansas City to a victory
over Buffalo, 8 to 8, here today. Schuls
yielded ten hits In flvs innings and gave
way LO Ehmke In the sixth. Score:
Kansas City.O IHIHI'-llll
Batteries: Schuls, Ehmk and Allen,
Blair; Cullop, Main and Brown.
Rebels Trias Baited.
PITTSBURGH. May t.-Pittsmirtrh de
feated the Baltimore Federal today, 3
to 2, on a soggy field. The locals ob
tained an early lead, which Baltimore
wss unable to overcome. Score: R H. 11
Baltimore ...0 0001000 1380
Pittsburgh ...0 3010000 380
Batteries: Qulnn and Jacklltsch; Rogge
Terrier Loss ta Newark. . '.
ST. LOUIS, May 31. Newark nosed ont
a 4 to 3 victory from Bt. Louis to4r
8 eo re: R.H.H,
Newark 0 I M H ) 1 4-4 I 1
St. Loula....O 8018060084
Batteries: Falkenberg and Rariden
Plank and Chapman.
State League Row
is Developing Over
ORAND ISLAND, Neb.. May SL-4
(Special Telegram) That the Stat letuTM
rule against using optional player from
higher league la to b tested la asserted
bore today. Rumors hav it ' that ths)
magnate of Beatrice. Columbus. Fair
bury, Kearney and York will call a meat
Ing to provide that no player discarded
from higher league can be accepted.
This movement purportedly being la oP
position to Orand Island, Hastings and
Norfolk. At the last annual meeting1 tha
rule wss adopted that optional players)
from such leagues cannot be used urn
less unconditionally released. Re prose if
tative of some of the latter cities say
they hav It from the National Commis
sion that this rule 1 aulL and void, be
cause It violates National Commission
rerulatlona. Member of the Orand Istandl
directorate declaro that tha rule is to be
tested at one and that If enfordble,' it
would result In slower base ball In th
Beahasa I Heleaeed.,
The San Francisco club baa released
plteber Arthur Benham,
AS CLEVELAND MANAGER
Ths following games ex seheduloJ on
the various Omaha amatsur lots for Hat-1
Fontenell park: Bailey Dental eosnpany
against Ityme-Hsmiuers, 4 p. m.
Miller park: McUraea against I. P.
Passenger department. 4 p. n.
Thlrtr-eeeond and lwy avenue: Pp.
dlkea against Omsk! Electric Light eora-
pany, a p. m.
Council Bluffs: ' Nebraska School for
ths Leaf agalnat Iowa School for the
Leaf. 8 p. at.
r Ira wood park: Nsbraak Division
against Burna Holauina. 8 p. aa.
All games postponed on account of the
Creiglitoa track ms4. Proibly practice
gsrnc will b playM by several ctuos.
UlTI'RtliT lPidflC KMt.f. I. My II. IHpe'!
,, , . vi i .ii a ri , - Vrwll trmiined Ante. 5 to I. In nine in
Hot el i astle asalnst Midland Olass and 1 ........ l. . f ... n
Paint company. Thii-ty-sscond and Uewvy i ,,4 ttira-baara and had aod
ClBVKLANP. May ll.-Jo Birming
ham resigned aa manager of the Clave
land American league base ball team I era California, announce, today he ha4
today. According to announcement made I decided to drop out of eolleg nd ath-
Drew Drops Out of
Athletics for Year
1A ANUluLKdL Cel., May tL Howard
Drew, world champion sprinter and chief
point winner for the Cnrtty of South
Winners la Otersa Lake Sheet.
TORM LAKE, la., May JL Special
Telegram.) In a ahooting tournament
here professional winners and Fred Gil
bert, hplrlt Lake; D. Flanairan, Sllnne
a polls; E. E. rammon, Iee Molne. Ama
teurs; Lin Hlnshsw and Clayton Rlston,
Arnoldspark; John Dunoan, Des Moines.
- Sea tar r a Associativa.
Atlanta. 5; Nashvllla, i.
Mobile, 3; Memphis. K,
New Orleans, 4; Chattanooga, 1.
Birmingham. 3; Little Rock, 8.
Turn Out New Type
of Fighting Vessel
(Correspondence of the Associated Press)
OLASOOW. May U. That the ship
yard on th Clyde ar turning out ev
er! fighting ships of entirely new type
which ar expected to prove decisive
factor both la th North sea and In th
Dardanelles, waa revealed In aa address
madO to a meeting of business men here
by. Captain J. J. BartteWt of th admir
alty, office. In urglna th necessity of
recruiting several thousand skilled work
men for th ship building work, ha
"pur main concern up here and oa th
Oyd is th fleet. These yard ar
building ships of new type and great
Issues depend on their arriving at thalr
'To get the ahlpa ready there ar
wanted many mar men. especially Iron
worker. In order to beat th enemy.
we shall have, to pool th whole of our
resource of skilled labor and put them
en government work. Thl will mean a
very considerable displacement of labor,
but I feel confident, by the readiness
with which the representative f the
employers and man hav com together.
that the effort will be successful.
'Many firms hav already most will
ingly met my request to divert men from
their works to other firm engaged on
government work, aad the repreeentatlv
of . the boiler maker and other trade
hay also given me assistance). But th
transference must be don on a larger
and larger scale. Tranafer of men natur
ally Involved financial loss through In
ability of firm to carry on contracts,
but th government will arrange suitable
cofuAensation la the cases."
by Preeldeat Charles W. Bomer. Bir
mingham' resignation waa requested.
N successor has been named. Birming
ham succeeded Harry Davis a manager
la 1812. H had played la a Cleveland
uniform aa aa outfielder since 1M4. Poor
showing of the tesm laat year and so
fsr this year led to his retirement. .
f'urarll Oalhat Aura.
KUVf la . May Il.-ittr-eclal T-leKiam.)
Armour against M. K. Huillh j Co.. at
Fort IMi alis.. I.S p. in. v
Alaiultos t.aMit 1ly Ball, at Chris
Lt.a r. 1 l . ul
lu k. See re: RH.K
Cornell 8 00 000 8 I 8
Arm-a 0 1 0000-1 4 3
tlstteii.-s: CornelL Herlv end Hughe.
'Attics. Mull HI and Keunealty.
UtJoa for a year at least, aad g to
work either la Ban Franotsoo er Spruur-
fteld. Wua, hi former horn. H also
declared be probably would aot. compete
la the Amateur Athletic Union caamploa
ship fWd tueot In en Francisco thl
summer. . .
SCHOOL ATHLETIC MEETS
Athletl meets to hav bee given by
ths pupils of Lake, Lolarop and Moo
mouth Park schools hav bees postponed
oa account of th weather.
Fit Iho Coy Correctly
Aad he bsesssss year fatar
- Km Oisiint fs
Tka what w gel rit Bers'
a Men's akse a rOFVLia
r IC m ta oas ealara4 sVAJUft.
: II S. Atkissoa's
. 814 3KIPT8I sTLTTaaurrsi
84WM latte delhrerias svod
lots in oar retrtilaSpriaf Saita, worth up
to $25.00, w ut Ilic, 'vkil tlvey
TbT et4) ia xhw 8MiThrd Cbowks.
aad ths) Ntrsr OrerpUiia In litjiit md dstfk
r&ttrrs. Oar furtc om with tmry
wit Id. Yv wCl mk a rvtj hand-
NW MTfaUj' WsMa JwU sWMbCt 4HM of ibes.
For 120.00, 25.00 and t30.00 w oxter
in oar KaU(to Suita tto wry cgMiO08t
ef hsu-tailored garmeaia hi tibrie aad
Ct not arariiftgeed or
sit ajrarVjak oor well aelaetoi artawk (
Ham's lBrlsaiacB. Lsrwia TMat-wwur. Mam
KatUa Stitrta aad Ttae Noekvear aasi Hosiery.
Tw wtu tma Nr aaa depsmdaala :
tit Saati letk KtrsMt,
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Remember to buy it
you will forget you
have it on. A cool, easy fit
Perfect freedom anr! rK i
how comfortable. The im
proved sprinf -needle knit
fabric doea it. Mens
union and aeparate gar.
menta, $1 op.
Utie KahtW Cs, staasre
Uttca. 14. V.
Ath ysur daalar to Springe
C a. Smith
Byrae a Bass.
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