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O'TOOLE WINS FOR
Former , $22,500 Beauty Hurls
Omaha to a 4 to 1 Victory
Over St, Joseph Drummers.
RAY OTLLEeIiITS HOME RUN
; Marty OToole, onre celc hrate d a
J a $22,500 beauty, made his debut willi
I the Rourkes yesterday and it was
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? Rourklrts to a victory over St. Jo-
sepb and thus Omaha swept llie ser
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it. iic nntra mnstim mi one game,
but that doesn t cut any ice, it was
a clean sweep.
f U Toole pitched a nice, steady
game, keeping the hit well scattered
inq working easily in me pincne
and the Kourkes bad no trouble win
f fling 4 to 1. '
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j lie nciiui n v jiKiic Yi m iifii iiic
only difttinctivt feature of yeaterday'a
game, However. 1 he brat home run
made by an Omaha player on the
local lot wai achieved yeaterday.
Ray Miller, the slugging firit aacker,
i the gent who cleared the wall.
Scorei Two Runi.
Miller made his circuit clout in the
j first stana. After liugg and Smith
i went out, I'orsytbe beat out an in
lield hit. Then Mr. Miller caught
; one of Roy J'atterson'a slants where
lie wanted it and hoisted the pill
over the right held lence. That
homer was enough to pocket the
combat for the home boy;
But two give O'Toole a good mar
! gin Krug's hirelings annexed a couple
more in the fourth. After Mug went
ouB Ernie Krueger tripled to left
center, Pete ilduff skied a two-base
blow over Sullivan's bean. Okla
homa Tele then scored on Krause's
single through Otto Williams.
The Joaies counted their lone tally
on a miscue by KildrufI in the second
stanra. It wasn't a physical miscue,
but a mental one.
Misses Doubla Play.
Helmer led off the round with a
walk. Block hit an eay grounder
to Berg who attempted to start a
double play. But Kildrurt neglected
to keep his foot on the bag when
relaying the ball and Helmer was
called safe. It would have been a
double play easily for Block was
caught as it was at firat. Helmer
took third on a wild pitch and count
ed on Jourdan's single to center.
But KildrufI made up for hia faux
pas by several neat fielding plays.
He caught a line drive olf Block's
bat that ordinarily would have been
a hit and he made a couple of swell
catches of Texas l.raRtirers.
I'mps Carney pulled a great play
In the eighth. Miller got on brut on
a base on balls and Williams tried to
catch him off the bag. Carney wasn't
even looking at the play, but he wis
game to make a guesi and he waived
Miller out. It was a good guena ton,
for Miller nipped, although he
Rally is Foozle.
The Joiiri tried to uue a rally in
the ninth inning and fur a moment
it looked like they vec going to be
an ire iful.
Iltliner led the inning off with a
Int. He turned bi ankle tit liiruuig
frit i. Hovbk called . to run i
for him. Blink popped a lexaj
Irager t Kildrulf but J.iurdaii mi
al tthrit Matty kriiij lilt down tu-
ing l' handle bis grmiudrr
William rrctf'l a hi in hit Hnvj
Irk (lulu ! try l f Hie the hor
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Ha lb ran for llrlmor In ninth.
Klrltliam hallrr for l'at)rron In olfhth.
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BEATRICE IS BACK
ON HIGH GRID CARD
Central High School and Gage
County School Re-Establish
TO PLAY SOUTH HIGH, ALSO
After an absence of several years
the Beatrice High school foot ball
team again appears on the schedule
of Central High school.
Relations were re-established dur
ing the basket ball season, when
Beatrice was met on the local floor
and again at the state tournament,
and now the two arid teams will
tangle once more.
The game will be played at Bea
trice on November 3. As Beatrice is
a live foot ball town and plays to
crowds of 2,000 and 3,000 at ordinary
games, a record crowd is expected to
turn out. Coach Mulligan is a native
of Beatrice, his relatives living thert
at the present time, and on this ac
count the game should draw a large
Although final arrangements have
not been made, the first two game
of the deacon will be with South High
and Creighton High, the dates being
September .) and October 7, respec
tively. South High ij another school
that Omaha High has not had on the
schedule in the past on account of an
lit feud between the two schools.
This seems to have died a natural
death, though, and the schools are
now on the best of terms wtih each
Council Bluff will be the third op
ponent, the local traveling acroi the
mxr on October H, The October
Ute still remains open. This date has
been held npen for North 1'latte, but
f l",'1 ,h1 he1,m ,hm'M
: nr i' r i one inr nrai irrmi in ne
all oil. .Several other Sihools ol note
bine applied tor tlm date and the
athletic i-oaul Mill havi no ditluully
1 1 ' ' n ll
ik High will , tfi-fived on
Ottcbrr Itiftl cuiiir th b'l
g4tn Willi l!ciru on November 3.
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Ames Wins First
In Iowa Track Meet
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WINS OWN GAME
Wafchington Climba Within Half a
Game of Cleveland by Beat
SCORE IS FOUR TO THREE
Cleveland, May 2l.--Vahington
(limbed within half of a game of
Cleveland today by defeating Cleve
land, 4 to .1, Johnson outpttched his
rivals and alo acored the winning
run in the ninth on bin doubles Mor
gan', sacrifice and Milan's single.
Washington got its first run on a
pais, Wambeganas' error, which
would have retired the side and
Judge's double. Two more came in
the eighth on doubles by Judge,
Shanks and Ainsmith.
Cleveland tied the scort in the
eighth on a hit batsman, Morgan's
error, ftoth's double and Turner's
Trip to Ball Game
Put Off Till Old Sol
Decides to Shine
They're waiting for a better and
more sunshiny day, the members of
the hustling committee of Ak-har-
Hen, before they go in a body to a
hall game in Omaha as the guests of
Chairman Frank W, Judson.
.Saturday was the day set, and the
crowd was to have gone out immeali-
ately after the luncheon held at the
Loyal hotel, ihen it looked so rainy,
ana only twenty-five members were
present, so that the whole thing was
postponed. Mr. Judson bad a whole
handful of tickets ready and said he
was game to take the fellows if they
carca to go, but that be would be
better pleased if he could take the
whole committee f forty-five mem
bers. So they are to waif until an, op
portune time and will go at the call
of the chairman.
The membership of Ak-Sar-Bcn
now is 1,653. This is 452 more than
the organization had the correspond
ing day of last year. Of this number
4J7 are new members. Of the new
members the hustling committee has
hustled in 377.
Last year the Ak-Sar-Ben show
opened with l.0 members. This
year it is the hope that it shall open
the night of June 5 with 2,300.
Chairman Judson offered to give
another prize to the hustling team
bringing in the most members be
tween now and 5 o'clock the evening
of June 5.
The committee ha decided to hold
weekly meetings hereafter.
New England Title
Won by Dartmouth
Springfield, Mass., May 20. Dart
mouth college athletes again today
proved better than those of any
other members of the New Kngland
Intercollegiate Athletic association.
At the animal meet the wearer of
the green achieved a total of 50',
point in competition with fifteen
other colleges. I'niversitv of Maine,
represented by a smaller team, i irrd
32' i points. Hnly Cros and ilnw
ilmii sluicd thud plat.? honor viith
18 points each.
SYRACUSE EIGHT WINS
CREW RACE FROM NAVY
Annapoiit, Md, Mav -'0 Syra
cuse' Miity eight dc'ralrd the jv i
ctew bv a length and a fltuitrr on the
j sevtn tin aftrtnnon in the lou! event
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OMAHA BOY ON CORNELL
CREW RACES HARVARD
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FIELD CLUB GOLF
SEASON JS OPENED
Sixteen Qualify in Eighteen-Hole
Match Play Against Bogey,
Which Starts Season,
REYNOLDS MAKEsf GOOD SCORE
Half a hundred golfers took part in
the inaugural play of the season at
the Field club Saturday afternoon.
Some pretty good score were
turned in despite the rain, which soft
ened the course the latter part of the
afternoon. Sam Reynolds turned, in
an 82. while M. H. I.a Douceur scored
an 84 and Joe Williams an 85.
Ihe play yesterday was eiehteen-
hole match play against bogey, with
sixteen to qualify for two prize. The
qualifiers were as follows:
A. V. Khntwall, J up.
A. O. Nli-hol. 7 up
M. H. I. !-ourur, 4 up.
J H Portar, 4 up
, W, Reynold, up.
3. A, AbhoM, 2 up
J W. William, 1 up,
H. MrCny, 1 up.
(' H. Htuhl, vb
B. T. Thnm, I ilnwn.
f. B Clrlff.y, t down '
H. C. Oriiiiirt, l down,
T. F, Murphy, 1 down.
M. J, 'fikly, S down.
O. H. Mnold, 3 down,
J W. TIIIon, i down.
The drawings for the match play
are as follow:
Hhotwall play Oliiht
Murphy playa Itaynold.
William play Monoid.
Ortrry play I, a liouraur,
Portor play (lroonatral.
('oak lay play Abbott,
Mll V D atl Tlllaon
Thorn play Mi hol.
Ben Baker Thought
Golf Course Really
Was 51 Miles Round
County Judge Bryce Crawford was
enjoying a few moments of leisure in
his office, smoking a big black cigar
when a couple of friends walked in on
"Judge, how'd you like to be sitting
in a nice flat-bottomed scow, pulling
in a big fighty bass every couple of
"Not me," answered the judge. "I
think sitting in the hot sun all day
trying to outwit a poor fish is the
superlative itero in fun. Now if you'd
have mentioned going out and shoot
ing a few holes of golfthen you'd
have said something."
Followed a general discussion of
"That reminds me of last summer,"
suddenly exclaimed Crawford. "You
know Judge Ben Baker is a golfer,
too, only it's hard work for him, and
he gets sun-burned to a crisp after
hes' been out for an hour. Last sum
mer we had finished a round of golf
and were dining with a party after
ward, when a young woman leaned
over and inquired of Mr. Baker:
"'Judge Baker, how far is it around
a golf course?'
"'It's somewhere between fifty-one
and fifty-two miles, Miss I'm not
jusr exactly sure, replied tne sun
burned judge, after oine thought,
rubbing hi neck where his collar
Miller Park Club
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M'SHANE GOES TO
SIGN UP DRIVERS
Director of Contests of Omaha Auto
mobile Speedway to Indianapolis
With Bunch of Contracts,
EXPECTS TO GET RESTA HERE
Felix J. McShane, who was rerently
reappointed director of contests for
the Omaha Automobile Speedway, left
last week for Indianapolis, where he
will sign up drivers for the automo
bile classic which wilkbe staged on
the local oval, July IS.
Practically all of the big drivers are
now located at the Hoosier capital
tuning up for the 300-mile derby on
Memorial day. McShane fully be
lieves he will be able to get the signa
tures of at least twenty of the very
best drivers in the country.
The directors of the local speedway
sent the contet director to Indianap
olis instructed to make every effort.,
to get the best. Special emphasis was
laid on the necessity of bringing to
(Jmaha such men as IJarto Kesta,
F.ddie Rickenbaeher and the like.
It is believed both Resta and Rick
enbaeher will come to Omaha. In
Ihe first place Resta promised Mc-
Miane last summer he would come to
Omaha any time McShane requested.
Kesta, it will oe remembered, was
entered in the Omaha race last year
but failed to appear because of engine
trouble, He told McShane then that
he would come here any future time
because he was unable to show as
contracted last year.
Kickenbacher, of course, is expected
to come to Omaha because of his
many friends here, and also he was
the winner of the local classic last
McShane is also going to try to get
the famous Mercer team, F.ddie Pul
len, Joe Thomas and Guy Ruckstell,
to come to Omaha. If he succeeds
Omaha will be the only city east of
the Bocky mountains to see this
famous trio of speed pilots.
For the Women at
Happy Hollow Club
A dumber of special events for
women have been scheduled by the
golf committee of the Happy Hollow
The play for women will start Mon
day, June 5, with a handicap medal
play event, four to qualify for the
On June 26 the Omaha Woman's
Golf association will hold its monthly
contest at Happy Hollow.
A blind bogey contest, handicap
match play, will be held July 24 and
on August 7 the qualifying round for
the club championship will be played.
1 he season will wind up on Sep
tember 11 with a match play against
BAD WEATHER POSTPONES
BELLEVUE TENNIS TOURNEY
Rain and wind have effectually pre
vented the completion of the men's
emu single and the beginning of
the women's single at Bellevue rol
Irge. The men' tournament ha 'ad
vanced to the emi.inalt.
In the preliminary round the re
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DOES THAT MAKE"
AND PHILLIES WIN
Cub Pitcher Driven From Mound
and Visitors Take Opening;
THE SCORE IS FOUR TO THREE
Chicago, May 21. Lavender weak
ened in the ninth and Philadelphia
drove him from the niound and won
the first game of the series here to
day, 4 to 2. Cravath opened the
ninth with a home run and Whitted
tripled. MtCorinrll replaced Laven
der and the visitors played a bunting
game and won. The score;
RAND0LPH IS WINNER
IN NORTHEAST FIELD MEET
Randolph, Neb., May' 20. (Spe.
cial.) The annual field meet of the
Northeast Nebraska High School
Athletic association was held at Ran
dolph yesterday. The high schools
competing were: Randolph, Bloom-
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field, Wayne, Hartington, Laurel,
Coleridge, Osmond, Plainview, Wake
field and Creighttn. There were 107
entries, the largest in the history of
Randolph won the 'ball game
against Coleridge, 8 to $, and Ran
dolph won the girls' basket ball game
against Darlington, 11 to 6.
Randolph won the association's sil
ver cup with 7h! points, Bloomfield,
second with ,W points' Plainview,
third with 22j points. F.arl Aeger
ton of Rudolph was awarded the gold
medal for highrst individual score,
He made fifteen points, representing
first in three events. Marvin Bowles
of, Rudolph and V;ern Needham of
Bloomfield tied at thirteen points for
the silver medal.
RIFLE AND REVOLVER CLUB
HOLDING WEEKLY SHOOTS
The Greater Omaha Rifle and Re
volver club is staging regular weekly
shoots at the grounds in Fast Omaha.
Target shooting is staged every Sun
day morning, starting at 9 o'clock.
Many members of the Nebraska Na
tional guard, in addition to the club
members, attend the shoots every
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