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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 31, 1916)
TMVT LST ONE
BIG INDOOR MEET
ON CARD TONIGHT
Four Hundred and Seven Athletes,
Representing; Tifty-Three Organ
ization!, Will Take Fart.
RELAY RACES AT THE LAST
Four hundrrd and vrn athletR, not
Including the mm who will 1ak part
In the mnra rirllU, will compete In the
annual Indoor athlrtle and eymnntlc
1oumamnt to be held tonlnht at th
Auditorium umlrr the aueplcea of the
aucplcra of the Omaha Yoiinic Men'
Chrlatlan wc aflon. Fifty-three criinl
ration will he reprene nted.
The aalo of waU haa been large and
l la rxrected that the big muny building
will be Jammed to the roof to aee the
oent The meet will a art at 7::0 o'rlo-j'
and providing there U no hltrh r deHy
In the program na echeduled the lat
ven chould be cetipleted by 11 o'clock.
The college relay, the university relay
end the mile r in which will be the nv h
Inlerettlng of tle eventa from fie
epectatora atandpnlnt will be atagt'd nt
The following table allow the n-imber
who will lake part tonlvht:
of franl- of on-
Omaha V. M. f. A.
ther T. M. C. A..
It i a ah .
11 fie thoot
Three of the Sioux
Reach Fairbury to
Begin Their Tryout
FAIRBURT, Neb.. March S0.-(Bpclal
Telegram.) Kalrburjr fana aaw the flrt
Indication of the Floux city training aea
aon opening today when three playera of
Harry Gaa per' a tribe donned their uni
form and took a few hour' practice.
Quite a wrinkling of fana could not rrald
the temptation of watching the Weatern
leagiiere try out
The trio conlt-d of T. T.. Connolly,
who played on the Waahlngton American
league team and guarded third base; U
11. rrancla, who twirled for the Movllle,
1., team lat year, and Roy French, who
reglatered at the Mary Ktta hotel aa hall.
Ing from Alameda, Cat,
Manager Harry dapar hag not ap
peared In Fairbury, although quarter
have been reserved for him at the Mary
The rent ef the Slou City player are
expected to arrive In Falrbury tonight or
April 1 la the day aaiigned for ptayera
reporting In Falrbury.
The Falrbury diamond I In beautiful
ahape and will provide a aplendld plao
'for the Sioux City team to practice.
With Ordeman at
The big wrecllnf niatc bet we n .'oe
Hecher and Henry Ordcmen w ll o;cur
tcnlght at 1 Hcoln. Gmpo lm am
aio .nd tills teillory lar ix-en I okl r
f or ward to thU maUh for some time nnd
lidk-atlon point to a rec rit-brenklu
house at the capltol.
A apeclal tra'n will tarry Omaha fana
te the event. Th!a epeal will leave ihi
Burlington atatlon at 70 o'clock and 111
oilve In I Incoln at T:W o'clock, a ton ing
ample tl.ne to get to the rlngslrte bfor
the event la a'arted. It will returj to
Umaha ap(.roilmutcly cne hour eftrr the
ii a' h la o' er.
T cketa are on ale at the Mrchm
1 otel. Although b-len 0 rnd MO have
purchaaed eata there are tlll a n m
ber of good rlnii!do reatt to be lal l.t
the Omaha block.
Have Base Ball Fair
NORTH PLATTE. Neb , March '.
itpe lil.) That North Platte t to have
the beat baae ball team n itv lilatcry la
now an aaaured fact. A threc-iay f.ir
will be held on April 17 and .S at
which fine fun- will be iaied lo flnanc
the team for the aeaaon. Camm tt'e
have been appointed and are already at
work getting things In readineaa for the
base ball carnival. Manager Gettman re
pirt that he ha signed a number of good
men among whom are several ex-atate
leaguers. He la still on the lookout for
a good catcher and a hard hitting out
fielder, but expects to have threu posi
tions taken rare of by ApiU IS, at which
t rre the team w ill re Into active tra n nt.
Kitenslve linrrevement ate contemplated
at the sth etln park. Including a ne
f'nee and new bleachers. A gas tractor
hsa been In use for several daya. i low.
ng and rolllim the ojt field and when
the season opens North Platte will have
ct.e of the best park In western Ne
tiiiil. Ilaadara) Ceta trtai.
The Klmira club will give Pitcher lltr-
-.r f the ""T Q-1 1 noNT wkja.. i IT
Takes Splendid Trophy from His
Boss on Golf Links of
FlorldaD were o nkeDtlral of the
rioweii and skill of northern devo
tee of the ancient and honorahle
game of Scotland, that a party of
visiting golf "bug" t Ormond, Fla.,
who in their busier moment are
prominent figures in the life Insur
ance world, had to satiate their de
sire ror competition by staclne a
tournament of their own.
Calllnar themselves the Marracouta bnnd
the lire Insurance golf player "captured"
the rourno of the Ormond rinlf llih and
staged their tournament on March 23. and
r. I.. imphell of mh.i. gonernl west
em ngent of the New York. UCe Innur-
snce company, won the hsndnome flf-
iorn- ncn silver lo in; cup offered a a
The loving cup, which Mr. Campbell
with the ardent cMilii!lm nr th vor.
terlous condtierer on the trrrn lisa hnn
exhibiting- to hi Omaha frtenda with aa
much pride a If It represented Sl.OOn.fWo
wortn or new policies, Is embossed with
the photographs of the five contestants
and has fae slmllea of the signatures of
tne players engraved on It.
They are: Darwin P. Klna-slev. nreal.
dent of the New Tork Mr Insurance
company; Thorns s A. Puck nor. vice presi
dent; John McCsll. vice president; Al
bert McC'ave, financier; F. 8. Campbell,
general western acent of the rnmnanv
All ef the men are New Yorker with
the exception of Mr. r'anmhcll
Mr. Campbell returned to Omaha two
wees ago. ,
The isrty of whlrh he was a member
spent five weeks In Florida Tha char
tered a palatlsl houseboat for a week and
Cruised tin and rtnwn Ilia VnriA. -..r
Many fine strings of the huge, fighting
memoer or the ocean finny tribe were
caught while on the cruise. The golfers
derived the name of their "band" In the
tournament from the gamy barracouta
When photographs of some of the larg
est catches were shown to Mr. Camp
bell' friends a
opinion wii 3cnmjiHtti that i zaak IVflllnn
on many occasiona had Just provocation
to turn over In his grave.
Gene Melady May
Now Rent the Muny
- Hall for Wrestling
The city council adopted a resolution,
changing the Auditorium rental schndul
to provide that the building may be usjiI
for athletic exhibition at a flat rate of
IMO a night on a contract for fire or
more nighta within alx months. The last
rate wa 2u per cent of receipts, with a
minimum guarantee of 1400 a night.
Although the resolution made no refer
ence to any Individual, It was well under
stood that the action of the council was
to meet a proposal made by Kugene C.
Melady, wrestling promoter. I omuil
sloner Butler voted against the rci-
I tut Ion. explaining that he had some re
membrance of an apology which the cou'i
ell expected from Mr. Meladv.
This lift change In the rental schedule
wss brought up by Mayor Dahlman. !i
Invited the commissioner Into executive
conference before formal action was taken
on the resolution.
I. on ell lias (lalm.
The ltwell club of the Rastern lngue,
has a claim which It will press on Short
slop Ited T-rphey. sltned bv Providence.
Acid in Stomach
Sours the Food
Says Excess of Hydrochloric
Acid is Cause of Indigestion.
A well-known authority slates thst
stomach trouble and Imiljvstloii is neaily
always due to artdlt acid stomach and j
not, aa most folks believe, from a lack !
of digestive Juices, tie staler that an
excess of hydrochlotii: acid In the stom
ach retards riiKtstlon and starts food fer-
mentstlon, then our meals sour like jjar
tae in a con. forming acrid fluids and
gases which inflalo the stomach like a
toy balloon. We then get that heavy,
lumpy feeling In the Cheat, we eructate
sour food, belch gaa, or have heartburn,
flatulence, waterbrash or nausea.
He tell us to lay aald all digestive
aide and Instead, get from any pharmacy
four ounces of Jad Pall and take a tabl
spoonful Id a glass of water before break
fast while it Is ef ferveacing. and further
more, to continue this for one week.
While relief follows the first dose, it is
Important to neutralise the aidity, re
move the ga-making mass, start the
liver, stimulate the kidney and thus
promote a free flow of pure digestive
Jsd Ralls Is Inexpensive and Is made
from the si. id of grape and lemon Juice,
combined with llthla and sodium phos
phate. Tills harmlcsi suits la used by
MIX f I f ' I I! W l I V firu IT 4 1 " I- I - ' 1 1
thousands of people for stomach trouble
wiLb eci-Jtjl results. Advci ttseintsi.
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