Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, April 09, 1916, SPORTS SECTION, Image 47
Old Judge THAT MAM WOM EGWPT G-5T W AANNV COR ' cootr - my wif p wow rr- EMEV0OPV.T POirJ fu. tool THeevr guv VJrK PULti IT -w. Judgments NNOUNCKMPJNT that Hugh Jones, former Lincoln mag Pat, has taken over Jimmy McfHU'g Unrivrr holding oim slim no gurpriso around the Western i-liult. Whan Jimmy A purchased the Indianapolis club the logl Cal conclusion who I hut. )i would eventu ally abandon Denver. At tti recent Western Iimk lie meeting In lilnaoln In formation leaked that Jones wan to bo coma an official nt Hrnvcr. .Mctllll dunlml th glory, hut It came from a pretty tell ahl aourt and wag given rrcdanc by those on tli Inside, Jones and Mi'llil havo alwn ya worhod hand-In -hand. In fact thra wna alwnya mora "f of iiMpldon tlin t Mclllll monrjr waa cun naotid with Ilia Lincoln clnli during the Jonm rlma. Tha Wnalrrn louffna Iowa a Uva wlr In 1'';i. Jlitiiny tin alwnya ban a huatlnr and ho ivntt hla money renly and ha haa alwaya had plorily to apand. Hut wlillu wo bid Medlll adl-u wa can etnd a walcomn (frpctlnj to Hi'1 returning Joiia. Jonca wann't ovrly popular amoriK rartnln lloroln clrolcN, but ha mi alwaya well llkod In (lie oilur cllloa around tha loop and Omaha at li-uat wilt axtend him tha (lad hand. Tha utter fnlly of aprltif Ram' hntwc'ii rhiba of the auma leanue tin lorn mora forolhly thruat bcfnra tha ha-ne ball p"h llo thta year than tver befoi. In a ra cent aerlna tha fhlladclphlit Natlouula Oofaatml tha Chicago Cubs vcn atritliibt yamaa. Bafora tha CTuba wmit ao'ith all Chicago waa anthualaatlc and riiv fun In tha windy city aaw vlnlona of a National la&irua - pannant. Tha ovata lu-imliiK trounclnf adntlnlatored Tlnki-r'a hand by tha Phlla haa raaullad In an nhxolutn revaraal of opinion and now fhlaxo fiina aloomlly foraa tlm Cuba In tho cellar poaltlon at tha conclusion of the pennant flight. Tha baaa hall critic doc not re card aprlna; iramea aa a criterion of a taam'a ability, but tha rabid fan aci a red whan hla favorltea na. l.'nlnaa 'linker (eta away to a flylnn atart the uprlnff r... faata at tha hands of tha FIiIIh arc likely to prova fatal, Tho ftuia will b"Kln to wield tho haninmr and oult uttcndlnx games. Tlln moral Influence of the knock ing la hound to hurl and Weeglntinii's first aeason prove diNrmtiou. rlprln fames between clubs of tlit" mtma Iciikuc An n nnriA tt f ull ;tiA title 1 1 1 1 Di.u ua In thla occaalon prova harmful. While we are hearlnu of the uluuigra broiiRht about In the wtenlllriK Riime. duo to the Influences of Joo Htecher It mlicht not ha amiss to tiike coKiilance of r dif ference In the attitude of the funs iik re tards wrestling matdiea. Not rnoie than flva years no wrestllna; fans dnnnicled what they were pleased to term "a run for their money." Khnrt matclies do! no' pleaaa. In fact an great whs the icslr of the fans to see long and nctHn tilts that practically alt mat"bea wera wieitb'd as exhibitions. Urapplera even held ie. hearaala. JTvery move waa agreed upon hefora they entered the ar"na. W'lien two wreatlara ware stgud up to wrtstlo fn blood thy put on the square nmteh In aaorecy tn the afteinooii. nettled ilieir dif fereneea and put on thn rghlbttlon at nlgrht per thi result of the secret mat. h. What a d'fferetire now. Toe Hti'-ler throws a man In fifteen inlnntrs In ih laat year nil bU matchea lno" lni of ten. fifteen and twenty mlntiies iurailn. Five yem r.jm Dm fana would havn r fud to attend matchaa In whb-h hteeher took part. Now tbey rr .wd Die lltl -tngs, Mot only l as Jne dumber wrought aa Improvement among wn a: I. ra, tit he educated the funa Ttia ftrat braak In tha hi k bs guiin against V r.uurke and the lunnlut !uh It "i lirid VV eitr,e.1y when Hurtdd Irelan br k (its ml U In alt tnn m'c a i It will be nevnr.il we. kt, at Icimi, lfora tielan cni I hm k n,t. tn- hoi and tn d till, n thirw Is lw i i t ihaucw that lie leav eer t Me in p.av tn km alii li will I... iv, nH.ni i!,-..r. Ctl-aham sufrred but in ry H h r I go fatal l i hi l.i)lr.i, u. titiii4 .m i tt g lltlt Ih .iKl. tl attt l'i reiurti t I'-.. (!. i-i. , , f n wa, R 'urho'a i.ut , .iniii,tl.. it la I t lo. ... .::! ai,. II, ,1 It I , 0-l 4 l- I- ' ' ! ..ii. f tt.it 4: .1 S 11 t k ' . ! en .iv .i f! ft gf-l. t "'klli a l et I- . e-in I .o ie I i .hi, it .. I . k ta imI i mi ei in t in a , Ni'411 al h-f 1 nti: It ) . mi In ta kit 1. t ' ' Nieia V k i ' a ' ' ' vatnre, h. ' lt '"' nl H.lWO( . I .ia t' t. i. ,. . n ' y i a a ' i ti m 1 1 , atv.u ,i' t ih,.t id t ' to t.. !, i ki t I I t n w I-,. . I I . v. I . ! ,., , , I , trt aa a i "- ' ."-. ' r t 1. 1 vt r fiiatf . v m i , t ti a ' I ' V.i, III I SI it HI Rumhauser RlTT 7tt MAM ItEEpf- . r- i AT 7VC OH HtNA If - AMATEURS READY TO OPEN Commercial League Start! Ball Roll ing Saturday and Five Loop Follow on Sunday. SEVERAL MEETINGS THIS WEEK Hr CltaMi (l Ilil.Kl, Overcoats are now burdensome, cups dally the heavy ones; and, although the l warm son and balmy hreegeg were not much In ( I'ldeiicii last week, the maturity of the loi fll pill shooters abed their i lis wear, either geiiinif tickets for mm m locking II up until fall, anil they me now ready to buttle with this old put. If Hie j weather man does not take a vacation j and Orders Ideal weather for today lh conditions will be favorable for goni eg- j i llent exbllilt'ons I Noil h'atunJsy will nsrk the opening of llui I nun ha Amateur ha an Hull ssnoela tliin, when the ('onimetclal lengun will get under tho wire. They o igbt t i unload nu excellent brand of base bull Ibis S'-a 'loll, With all Urn pomp and splendor te'eea aary for such an auepb Ions occasion, flie of the Humbiy leagues, namely, l"ter Omaha, Intercity, Nail mal, Hooslerand Metropolitan, will throw open tho gales ar,d usher In Old Man I'asa Hull in- t Munflny. Although a trlflo early for fast, snappy base ball, tho fans that adorn tha grandstand, bleachers and sbl ropes next Hunday will undoubtedly be surprised when they find tha majority of tho local in mblseason form, On tlm following riunday, April A the ('lly league, Ainerbm league and South ern league will open fire. Tlieaa leagues decided that an additional Kundsy for preliminary work would materially benn tll all concerned. gonlhern I.eaaiK- Tlahl. 8iow but sura was tb method of pi ccdure In organizing the Houlheiu league, but at biel lliey decided lo cut loose with sis teams, iisniel), I'ali'iiionl Oill.las, Council llluffa Alhletlm, Cudaby Hoap Works. Nourse OH Company, Huffman Hros. ami tha James Con Klectrlcg. Tlicy will atart the ball rolling rtunday, April D. Now the National league has decided to pl.iNler up with five teams and ueher out the atenni next Hunday. They will play three rounds, Herewith the tea., Celiliirlon Club, (tumblers, 1'ollsh Mi'i iIimiiIs, Kranaj l'eweyg and Twenty-foui'th and Lake Merchants. Meet I naa this Week. teveral meetings will be held at the council rhaiiila-r of the (lly hall this week. Monduv night the Metropolitan, Hoonter and Cly leaguea will convene. On account of the Cuming fttreet Mer chants suffeilng from a severe attack of colilfeelua and dropsy, they dropped ont of the City league, so any fast f?lajis H team wlalilng to f th gHp left open by the departure of this crew should deco rate the i -ii fl 1 1 1 1 ti ej at the aforementioned llleel III', W lllioul a (iieetlon of a doubt tha chief ot the fnterclly league will have to call a meeting t.eeansn the Ulllu.ky F"rull Company team has thrown up Its fran chise. Any Class C team wishing to Join thla biiigui. rail Clenrge Hlagla at Houttj :n;t. Pete Lyck Is Now on The O.B.Bl.i.cklistjri? Voung V I.yek. atclu i- f.u tin. Itian- I deu team of Hiiuiba, now bus a large 'black mark after his imuie lo Ibe r.-g IM'V of iilavera In OrgmiUid luin' ball. !,i k has tHifii suxpeiidi d b tin- M,ir ulialtli.wn etiiti of the Central aiiorlutlon A l.wk Intend" I" pluv Willi I In lirau ilili. Iicisrut, he probably i-u I uiiy. , lni mut'h about the siie i union i I arlrv Is llelea.eil. The Ce, eland eluli lias n b aie.l Plli In r Nb k Cnil. r to Ibe lli.ll.iln.ti.ilii lliillitiia, Greater Omaha ,,,l i. IVirii tl .HnK, I ee W i iirfiln-1 Ihoue.t nu . In si l at. 4 i t l :. rtHilil I I. i 1 1 .i'Oi' s pile. t . . . . l.illttS AM , AlOl.illiS lle le'o .hiliotitl I tlin) ; lii)i.4 Vssh against l.'H-a. I. .it f n I', .i l ski -i I ' .i k M ini.. in. k y l..i,.- i Iniiti.iK .a.i.ii I I i I, i I it llrt 1 1 Ii 1 1 W It-)!.. l s -.a A r ii ...i ! H i I Hil, "I 1.11. J M , 4 II II H 1 A l .1 II . t .1 1. ... M ;-ii Uli I I I I 4 N 4 It 1 1 l,.-l 4 I li... I " 1 III I, i tt .: , Hi. , . f I . g 1 1. a t I 1 ' I p.. i t . i u k Ini.ol Vi it. I-. .. J ''"it ' Ii . . '"'l ni' t r v,;.. , , i,..k, tt. ...- ' H .t...i . fit ... tia l. in iiB H . H Vll,.u, ,..-M I'li' l ''MS ! Ol j t j ' t It . i .1 1 I I I I I llll 1 I - t - II- H i i . n I1 . .. m , .1 i - t c i --I i' ii- u ,1- I II I ' 1 I u- V i.i I t ill IS. It - s "' '" ' 1 t i s.. il . ...... 1 ' I I- . a :, ,..' I . . . . .. v . , I t ' i ' 1 - " Illr -' - n I i . i . v.-. I 1 i 1 i e ll V i m , . .1 .l '1 i i Ij ; , ... ...,.., i . i i I " I '' I -1 ill ii Vii I I I f, 4 I H i!ul. !. .in iii Ss 1 1 lni.1 1' i --I f tali, I i . t ' l I ! . - , t'... !. a i t. 1 .-I ..l.l I , I ll I r - MlA EGpr V rvu ,r u -rJ IT"" iVEY-- U WHO iT All . WESTERN NEBRASKA CHAMPIONS The Kimball county high school boya were declared champions of western Nebraska when they defeated the fast quintet from the Sidney high school by a score of 24 to 19. Their names from left to right: Linn, Brady, Bergman, Levensky, Wilson, Nelson, Mangan and Lee, coach. J i Hi X - Sioux City Soccer Team Cards Battles With Omaha Elevens ! A soccer league composed of iimsha, fit. IiOiila, Ht. Joseph, Kansas City, Hioiix I'lty, Minneapolis, cit. Paul and perhaps Lincoln la a guggeatlon Hlous Cltv hdcci r players are ninklng. Hloag City la g'llng In strong for the gooi'er game and baa already organised two teams for lilay next fall, and may organise a third. The Huna of Ht. Oeurga of Hloux City, the t am which played two Inter-clty matches with Omaha feama last year, are already trying to card gamea with Omaha soccer tenma and dates for half a do.eu (ioiii bata have practically been settled. An attempt will be made to formulate the above league, but If this falls through NlntiTC Cttv will bold a nuiii- on their own hook GEORGE SUGGS MAY HOOK ON WITH RICHMOND CLUB Oeorge Rungs, pitcher, foimariy 1H Patroll Tigers and cliu-tnintl Ite.la and later tth Haltlmoro Teds, mav get an other cbaiuw In the gime IHi the Inch ttli'tvl liilernattonala. Mauaser II lly timltli of HU'biinind tbluka tie a'lll may have enough stuff In g.t by In tha Inter national league j League Schedule I lll'.l III III r elk. I..U CI.AH-4 A It nines perk : lu inter 11. ,. aga.i... J XT.". "l ik. Aim. ens , , hm, ,4 1 " . T..,o.,.-. f. " "" ii ll.,n. I idi e.l II in.. ' 'A .-Hi 't I 1 . .1 . I I e..hle i . i ' ' ' I. iii 1 1 1 e tlem i ,,i ..it. . vi.ib.r ti i , . -, Vt i I SM H .1, . I e I II I'. .....i It . . i , , .i I ' I' . i 4 '.' . I , i I i V. no 1 4 i.l I . i. ! i I i t M . 9 ,n oil 1 ' eotin -.. ..ii it . " I" e I i '' I' ' s-u 1' i ..,. s.ti ! 11 i-i ! , '" tliilllliU HtH'll.l Jill , t Ollllt. i It'll li n. l. ' b . Ibilim i !l....i. . In p. i i .ili. a t nil i m Iv l' I 1 ,1. 1 . I . ll I. v I .4 . . I II a i C i ml .1- l. I k t I .v I l. I II I I I t ( II. I t' S 4 a. I I 4 I ' . . t t . . ,r , I. ..in i'" I. i ii-tt I Ii 1 1 ii .nit ik OMAHA STTXDAV HIT. : APRTT. 0. 101 fi. ivpyilaht. W, ItitorimUiHi' I w Nervt 1 -my ,ftl moJ wi" 5 i i '" V. " ;-v T n T VV i V' -V:' V ' V- ; V: V, .i I f ? i li Ml ajtf r ft 'WW- . m " 1 " 1 ' aj iMuajM' Pit I MUCH TENNIS AT THE BLUFFS Council Bluffs Rowing Association Tenni -EnuuiiMt, pian to Request State Tourney ALL PLAYERS GIVEN RANKING The tennis bug haa eeoured a firm grip on Hie Council Bluffs Kowlng aaola ibui and the net game promises to be the most pi, polar sport at that club thla summer, Tha tennis committee hss been sp P'lluted and baa atarted to make arrange ment,! for a rcord breaklng year. Thla committee ronslets of Melvln Moore, Ward I'rlea, Iiverne Tolllnger, Flck Mnber, Hairy Van Hruiit, I'larenoe I'tnpkla and Poo .lnnlngs. Tiling the four ranters and adding clay has already la gun Aa over ?m loads of clay aie to be added t the courts ami the mlii tils will prevent dnmagn by iallier, It Is eoled the Mlurfs' cnurls will bn among the best In the country Alieadv the association Is talking of i bringing the annual lnw elate lennls tiinmrimnit to Couni II Hlnffa In bdT, The Iowa loutiiey 1ms alwats lueii plsyid In I 'i s Mollies, but Willi the Increase i In tlm tennis rtiernbernhlp toe Cnutull Muffs cluli lielliuea It rtuld stage the n mil In tssn lh rowing assoilallen should want It Pea Jlolnes vary probably h,ii ! willing to aa tha transfer, as It would auHioent Interest In Iowa lennls The Ci.uiicil Muffs Bowing a m UIIuii Ins sKeii it ilikllig to all llliiffs play ms hn t'M k pait In the etly tuiirnaoii nt Inst ar 'thla lacking U gs follows CI.AH1 ll. esn e.vlll nn If ml . II lt. I I II -:.i, Jim Vail I'miil, tlsiry ...f.i.ri lr I .I l in. a, lei 'lo ' J I l . A M4 II l.lns. O1..1 tin it i I'mi . II 1l"H"l( f II In i t t ,tu.t,a VI el. .net i 1 1 . . ! IREUN'S INJURY NOT AS iuo as rmsT suprosrD 4 1-- el. all- n ti...i Ciii.ge t i c hi t i'iihiii ain.e ii..! t oa f"i ii ,1 I ball fail 1 1 1 14 In 1 1. 1 I i. .i, aim . n in-1 tl l'-i 1 I.. tut it i, II I...., I nl t i, i v a tu . n i' . I ii Vi 4 s i . tv. u i I 1 ...l o. H f ii.il r .ii ie.. t I'.'HI ll-l I. .!..., I I 1 ) I t. tti i ll a l' e wit.. V . ' . it I M ' ' ! Hit I '.a a i .-.let ant li I . is to Isnt a !' ' r .an ll auk ( Vi. X .1 ,J s ( - 'at J r-h f i sir I : laanns" Mtmi i Here's the Story Of Sad Plight of Plain Jim Brown Pld you ever hear of an bonest-to-goutiness, regulsr Indian, who didn't posse nmue romantic appeletlun like "HaJn-ln-tha-lae,,' or "Hitting Hull," or "Ine Hear," or somethlngT Well, here'g one who avers, asserts, assever ateg and Insists no fsncy and dlstlnctlvn monicker was fastened on him. Ha'a big Jim Hrown, Orna-ha Indian from Winnebago, who la trying to land a Job on I'a Kourke'a ittchlng staff. Hrown says hla name Is plsln .llm Hrown and that he paver had any other. Mia mates are Inclined to be skeptical and ever since training camp upend at Heslrlce they've been In log lo uncover hla real Indian name. Hot il,e Hher lork stuff haa proved a flivver and no body haa bean able tn find tt out. The llonrsee believe Mr. Hrown la atra'n lug tha third commandment soma, but they'll give htm cradll for getting away with It. Breezy Bits of Newsy Gossip Heard Around Zchrung's Loop fled f halen. einiei1ln and puglipit, who isstltiied at short for the lt.ikea 1 1. 1. fu.t part of laat y.ar and then went tu I j..... .In, is no I . hi a r a piemlnr of tha (V i . .i. i ii leegua Ileal haa e'gned '" I ' at Moiille, Ala, under Charley Hehml II, Hi. nd 1 'el cull ealebar. feihups I'.'l, alio .t,.HIi tu he eaJbd fenl.-n u gl a do n In I Hila that Jimmy M iloi ! te'il t.l I i . i r tiiihliiigs J. I Coffey a III piuli il, I 1. i, mi n a Unit r uiitfiirui J. k suit last fl l "ii ha threw up hi ) k It. ha wmiht never p'ar again 4tiidf kt tiili i nffsr lis load Iwiivar In It una ami would l i'r .. plsg III lb lni' I l,'i v I w , Hll iiak.a, ln.wnv.r wul iniiMiiHi aa niiiiir ... i.tilteg ti li.iii.ii wbt.iu it tuti g to inn I a iart I t i ii 'i o ity taoia thai Is 41,11 a ki. and .oi. I an., t a n U t lb ,H ! V4 . l,li ii. -, Wli'ai.t I 11 i..s an t yisr ll I h I . il I n f.,.i I ill Wll.it an I ikt'h alii t tu III i -i ibkt ilar rtl in .ml IH 11.4 - I,,.. U'i wl.l. It liny !, I if 11,4 -iliia in in.' a I 1 ii.ii i r 11 li .lilHll . aid g"n I 1 I b ' I I . ' ' I ftcri'l 1 I , li? 4 Ii it 1 1 4 a lh. , . .. 1 H ., , , l.l.i I I'a.t.lv M),.gi, ( . hi). . 1 to I I'.. i-i 1 I'..' In. I.l t . 1 If t " t 1. il.s ili.n ii ttli.al 1 1 111 t ..ll I Drawn for The WHEN TWO jCISSOBS MEET It Will Be a Caie of Greek Meeting; Greek When Joe Btecher tni Charley Peten Lock Horoi, PROBABLY WILL BE ON JULY 18 Two Nehraaka pheiionia. both well versed In tha application of tha celebrated Nebrnaka e''lsaura bold, are aT"ln to meet on the wrestling mat In thla city in tha very near future amj when they do hKial wrestling fans iso expect something of a treat. Tha two Nehreakane who are go ing to lock horns gra Joa Mtecher of Podge and Charley I'etera of I'aplltlnn. This big bout probably will ba held on July Vj, the night of the big aulomoHis raca, Tentatlva arrangements for this event wera mada between Jo Hetmanek, Htm tier's manager, and I'ela imr.U, I'etata' manager, last week, on III return from the eaat Ifclmaiiek will atop off In Omaha and complola all tha details, At thla lime tha official dste will ha announced At the present lima f'atara, with the ee,.jtliin of Frank tlotch, standg as about tha beat, opponent that could ha aeleoted for tha marvelniie Htechar. Pelerg hag proved hlmaelf to be mighty good wrea tler and Otnaba fang believe he baa a shade on piaetlcally gvery othr man In the gam except fierhr and 'Jotch, f'efera haa defeated a host of eruks, Including such rnen aa Haul Martinson, Marin I1sa tlna, Oaear Wesem, Oenrge fHon, Jim Asnell, Kuvanjs, fchmarder, Huaaana and othatg. He hag repeated'y offered to meet Htranlgler lwls, A berg and an ma of the others who are oretpylri tha spot light now, but none of them has ben willing to lake a chanra with blm Hlsard at llefenslve, I'etera Is a wlnard at defmslva wres tling and It Is believed Htecher would find blm a lough proposition to pin. Hut the grcsleat Interest In Vtera Ilea In tha fatt j that ha, too, employg tha aclsaora hold ! most effectively. It should b a real trea. lo sea two men In tha ring, both Jfa biaaka productg and both eiperts with the a'-laaora hold. f'clera and Htehr would make a great ellractlfHi fr Omaha the night of tha auto races. They would bring a lot of people. Into Omaha and an effort, will be marto lo schedule thla dale. While I'eterg la not ag tiaavy g man aa Hteeher, h's mighty well developed, gg the apiended measurementa will show: Ae , ,' g) Weight IISI llelsht I feet ll4 Inches Iteaeh 17 Neck ,, IS Chest, expanded... , ,,, 4H i "heal, normal , ,, 44 Walut in Hb eps, relaxed , 14 Hlcepa, flexed , 1 4 forearm , ii wrlal ii Oslf Ankle 17 II JOE L0TZ, OMAHA HURLER. HOOKS ON WITH MUSKEGON Joa Irfrtg, tha Omaha youth, wbo al waya looked Ilka the greatest pitcher In the world until tha sixth or seventh Inning and then looked Ilka tha pooreat, haa landnd a Job with tha Muskegon club of the "Vi,lral league. Iits hss alwaya been a problem and many man agers hsve tried to make a ailecassful Mirier out of him only to fall hi their endeavor. Ilnnstnn Crate Down, I'ttcher Meyera, Khortston riatshaw and Ontfleblers failaln and f'realwood wera eliminated from tha lluualon ruater. Hills now runs g drug atma at tPielton, Nli, b (Totiahly Isn't much put out owr Ilia dlSltllatal, l lll Msber. the flash .f Itghlnliig wtn. pa t lined ar.iun.t (ha flrat vuabbia for Henver and Tupakg, haa been given Hi. gaia by lh. latter dull, lull Ukaff, burlrr nil tba (lull laat year baa also Ism fii. by tt, a haw "I1 Mi boUmi ah,, wti many bsysg In lh. Weatem le.gu i,a U.l r.a ye..ia, la been trade! ,i I haltaituugg I y pi J iai h rather Tim la l.lllog un M. h.. I... a and lliihaii.t d. I I..1 ), au I fft.l l..n, all fuf III lung It. ailiig lull Maiipe, tha p,.lt.t an I I-i u. in ( i,iariaiiiii, alhal wha VII I v.i lined 111 th 44 talent ilv lit, . ' - em II ailng Mill .. slts "ii a till 4hMiaj i i a., 4, f Jio i.iy Jai kauu g nl I1.11 Hull '' t T I'M g laat IMi Ha. llftflHh I.K t,..t4 I Ml,. I t,, k t i Wbbllg by tba l...iai, t'.i. llill'IHi, U . d. , I . t W a an I fl h f,,t t ,.t ,i,'Ci,i.aiit 14 1. 1 .,., rnj ; ittti, .It. In I la n la ka I 111. 1 (4 Kl g . t.an. . 1 ' en ibt. 1 .1 a t a i lei H d hi Il ia league i.l t i rini44 I tin auti (.11.. I tan It...:- I .. w.1,1 1.1 1 la.li I f .nu UI.MI, it, Itillflll, t.a tm 14 .,ii i- P't 1. la'. ... aihaf ha '.e..n ,i tut.k III llety 3-S Bee By Tad GOLFERS GETTING EAGER Earlj Blrdi Ara Romping Around Llnki in Mid-8euon Form, De pit Chill and Soft Oreen. J0HBST0N inRES ASSISTAin While tba permanent groan ara atlll I It t law too aoft to play aa avnd tha tem porary grn sua) iiaMaaaarlly Used, th golfing fraternity of Omaha hag already alartsd to prarxi) ground tha llnki t) warm up for tha rsptdly apyroaehlng aaaaon. The waather of lata haa bean a Utile ehllly but thla ha In no way detarrad th agar bgy battlers who refusal t par. mlt any unfeeling waavther man to Iniar far with their on happiness In Hf. Ttm field ulub and Happy HoDew course r pretty well aeoiipted fin t' urdayg and flunday and tha north end crew la not a bit backward In rhaalrf around tha Millar park link. Horn prsw aeeeon matches ara being played and eome pretty fair gooiwg ara turned In occaaionally, notwithstanding fh handi cap of tha temporary freena. With little warmer weather two morg week will gea tba eouraeg sprouting tig In perfect condition. It I probe tile that Ilia profesalonala will be able to gllJT plgy on tha permanent greens In thlgtlm unless g islny aeaaon should occur, Charley Johnafon daclarea tha 11$ VP Hollow (reaing need but g llttlg mora gun shin bafora they will ba faat and bar I (Jraeng No. II and 13 wUI not ba uad ' Happy Hollow for aometlme, however, '.a both na4 a reat. At to field club Hill Clark Is sll'l wir11ng on green No. 11, mjt will havs that In shape ahortly, Tha others only need a little gun. atslslaat tor I detail, Charley Johngtori la looking fur c"ii alderabla of a golf season at Happy lh,1. low. Thre ara about active golfer, at Happy Hollow and they gra out all th time. Aa a result Johnston foun I that ha and Holt Christie couldn't hand. all tha business ao a (bird man ba been employed. tta la Jimmy Canar n, brother of Johnny Cangvgii who worked out hi apprentlresolp under Johnston. Commissioner Hummel declare that th new alghtaan-hola municipal eourae at Mm wood park will be thrown open oy Jun I, And then gum gtartllna event ara du to occur. Thar ara a number if west aider who contemplate playing in th Daw link and already a aort of rivalry haa eprung up between thatn ant tha north glderg who plgy at Millar park. Ha fore th aeaaon la oyer soma lnter-l jb match btwaan the two aggregation ran b epcted. Get This, Golfers: This Person Admits Bogey Has His Goat Harban to thla. you hound of th link Her' th only man In th world wh aver nursed an Irritating ralouaa on a lender palm and yet frankly admit!! that aa a golfer h wasn't a world heater tier la a man. free, while and twenty one, who deliberately admit he pla'S golf and yet remain In tha duffar class. Tha apostle of trtithfulneaa la Chart H. Hherman, prastdent of th llappow ltu. low club, While tha Happy Hollow head doesn t prufsca lo trera lineage to (taorge Wash ington, ha freely confeaaa Colonel Hog y hag him en hi Hat. "I never beat any body yl," say Hlierman, "Wverybudy in tha cluti ran trim ma up. It'a on of th custom nf lb Happy Hollow club thai tha president shall ba tha official 'b s'. ' of tha club. Tha golfer who can't ba it the president and lhat'g me la a punk Indeed If I vr won a trophy I'd hsv heart fallnra" Tber you hav II. farallol thla runai'-. atla ras and you'll make ! 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