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THE BEE: OMAHA. TUESDAY, AFfllL " 16, 1318.
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BOSTON AND N. Y.
. IN FIRST GAME
. American League Season
Opened in Two Cities; Walter
Johnson Ineffective; Baker
Drives in Three Runs.
Washington, April IS. The Amer
ican league base ball season opened
here today with a six to three vfctory
for the Xcw York Americans over
Washington, due larly to the in
effectiveness of Walter Johnson,
particularly against Frank Baker, who
lrove in three runs for the visitors.
President Wilson, who usually
throws out the first ball, was not able
'.o be present and District Commiss
oner Louis Brownlow acted in his
place. The only ceremony was the
raising of the American flag while a
band played "The Star Spangled
Ranner" and the players stood with
heads bared. The 10,000 spectators
listened attentively to a Liberty loan
orator and lated cheered, lustly when
a huge Caproni biplane flew over the
field dropping minature Liberty
. New York took the. lead in the
first "inning and was never headed,
' although in the fourth inning the
locals drove Morgridge from the
box. Russell stopped the rally.
NEW YORK. WASHINGTON.
A,oit 1 0 0 0 OShotton.rf 4 0 10 9
Mlller.of 4 110 OFoster.Sb I i S 1
PratUb 1 11 OMilan.ct t 0 1,0 0
Ptpp.lb S i It 0 OShanlia.lf 4 t 1
Bakor.Jb S .0 3 Jude,lb 1 I I
Bodta.lf 4,'l OMorm.ab I 1 I I I
Pcklnh.aa J 0 1 1 OLavan.aa 4 10 4 1
Hennah.e I M I OAlnsmh.e I 1 t 1
Mogrlne.p 1 0 0 4 OJohnson.p -1 Mil
Russelt.p 111) OxApoit 1 0 0 0 0
Tots la 34 J 1 IT It 0 Totals 31 11714 1
Batted for Johnson in ninth.
Nxw York .....1 0 I 0 0 .0 I 0
Washington '...0' 0 0 1 0 .0 0 0 03
Two-baa hit: Ollhoolcy. Sacrifice hits!
. Mogrldge, Bodle,' Pratt, Johnson. Double
play: Baker to Pratt to Plpp. Left on
base; New Tork, I; Washington, I. First
, base en errors: New Tork, 1. Base on
balls: Off llogrldge. 1; off Russell, I; off
Johnson, (. Hits: Oft Mogrldge, S In threa
and two-thirds Innings: off Russell,' 1 In
five and one-third Innings. Struck out: By
Johnson,'!: by Russell, t. Passed ball.
Alnsmlth. 1. Winning pltchar! Mogrldge,
Losing pitcher: Johnson.
Phillies Score But Four Hits.
Boston, April IS. Ruth held Phila
j delphia to four hits in as many inn
ings in. the first game of the season
here today, Boston winning 7 to 1, in
. a none too cleanly played contest.
Conditions for the game were the
best this city has seen in ,years for
an opening contest, yet the attend
ance was only slightly more than
7,000. , - ,,-
Before' the game the teams paraded,
displaying third Liberty loan insignia.
. . The batting of Hooped arid some
fielding plays ' by Shannon were
Gardner and Walker of the Phila
delphia ,team played with the' Boston
kvcu'xyeaf ago and were given
ovations on their first appearance at
bat. Strunk and Mclnnis obtained
by Boston from the Philidelphia
dub during the winter, made a favor-
Mclnnis' sole fielding chance at
third base, a new position for him
was a high foul which he caught
after a hard run. Strunk singled and
drew a base on balls, also making
catch in senter field which cut off at
least two Philadelphia runs.
Oldring.lf 4 110 OHoopar.rf 4 10 0
.1amson,rf 4 0
1 OBhean.lb 4 111
1 IStrunk.rf I 1.1 I
0 DKbltaMb 4 1 14 t
0 eMcJnls.Ib S 0 1 0
Oardnr.lb 4 0
Burns.lb 4. 1
Walker.cf 4 2
McAvoy.e 1 0
8hanon,2b 3 0
Dugan.a 2 0
1yrs.p 2 t
A dams, p 1 0
6 0Whtmn.lt Sill
1 OScott.aa I I I 4
1 lAgnew.a 4 0 11
1 ORuth.p 3 111
Totals 11 I 27 14
Totals 30 4 14 II J
Philadelphia ..0, 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 01
Xnston 0 2 1 1 0 S O 0 '
Two-ban hits: Hooper. 1. Sacrifice hit
Peon. Sacrifice flics: Pug an. Mclnnl.
Jtuth. Left on basea: Philadelphia, 6
(Boston. 7. First base on errors: Philadel
phia. 2: Boston, . Baaea on ball: Off
River, li oft Adams. 1: off Ruth, 1. Bits
lOff Myers. 7 In six Innings; oft Adams. 2 in
two Innings. Struck out: By Adams. 3; by
tuth, 2., .Wild pitches: - Myers, 2. Winning
Vltcaer: Ruth. Losing pitcher; Myers.
Joe flivers May Be Amona
Victims of the Tuscania
Soortine men throughout the court
try are wondering if Joe Rivers, the
sensational nine Mexican ngniweiRni,
juas among the victims of the German
U-boat that torpedoed the American
(transport Tuscania. Rivers, whose
j-eal name was Jose Ybarra, was
jknown to bare enlisted in the army,
tend a Jose Ybarr of Laredo, Tex., is
uijitea amonar me i uscanu victims.
Jtivers fought a sensational battle
with Ad Wolgast for the champion
Iship in 1912. At the end of the thir
teenth-round both men were -on the
floor, but the referee assisted Wolgast
to his fe.pt and awarded. htm the bat
h ; Seme Name, This.
; ; Money maker ' is th name of a
catcher signed by the Portland P, C.
T. league !ub, He had a-trial with
Scuttle twa years ago, but was' re
leased because pf a surplus of back-
Standing of Teams
P W h Pet
New Tork 1 1 0 1000
Boston 1 1 0 1.000
Wanhlnrton 1 - 0 1 000
Philadelphia 1 0 1 000
American League Philadelphia at Boston,
New Tork at Washington, 81. Louis at Chi
cago, Detroit at Cleveland.
National League Brooklyn at New Tork,
Boston at Philadelphia, Pittsburgh , at Cin
clnnatl, Chicago at 6t. -Louis.
Boston, 7; Philadelphia, 1.
New York, ; Washington, 1.'
GREAT ALEX NOW
SEEKS TO ENLIST
IN NAVY FORCES
Lincoln, April IS. Howard county,
Nebraska, the home of Grover Cleve-
and Alexander? star base ball pitcher
for the Chicago National league team,
will have to furnish -eight men under
the new draft call for May 1 to 10,
it was officially announced at state
draft headquarters here cjday.
This, is wa9 said, Imakes certain
Alexander's calling to the colors at
an early date, even should he be elim
inated from the April quota.
Cliicaeo. Aoril IS. Grover Cleve-
and Alexander, premier pitcher of the
National league, may attempt to en
list in the navy instead of waiting
to be drafted in thearmy. After a
conference here today with Charles
Weeghman, president of the Chicago
Nationals, Alexander went to tne
Great Lakes naval training station to
see Commander Moffatt in this regard.
If Alexander decides to enlist, it
will be necessary for him to obtain
permission from his draft board at
bt. Paul, Neb., his home, s
Mead, Neb.. Shooter Wins
Omaha Gup Club Inaugural
Visiting shooters from Mead, Neb.,
carried off the honors at the Omaha
Gun club's inaugural shoot at the
new shooting grounds on the West
Dodge road Sunday . afternoon.
Rheimers of Mead led the field with
score of 43x50. . Rheimers, Crow,
Kling, Hemming, Owen, fcnrtd and
aterson made up the Lmd contin
gent. Joe Miller was another visitor.
He came up from bt, Louis to take
part in the shoot.
Scores ran low owing to the high
wind, which made it an achievement
to draw a perfect bead on the dart
ing blue rocks. Ray Kingsley led
the Omaha shooters with a 41x50.
Some of the scores were as follows:
Brando! 31x&0Owen ...34x50
Lund . ..... 34x60
Miller ....... .41x60
McCaffrey .... ..36x60
Washington Sends Lynch )
To Atlanta in Southern
The Washington club has released
Pitcher Adrian Lynch to Atlanta of
the Southern Association. He is a
right-hander secured by Manager
Griffith from a club in the Central
Association. He did not show much
as a pitcher, but looked so good at
bat that Griff thought for awhile of
keeping him and developing him into
an outfielder. y
i . 1 1 ...
Ferry Joins Mack.
Pitcher Scott Perry is back in the
big show again. It seems that im
mediately after signing with Atlanta
he was transferred to Connie Mack,
who will give him a trial at Jackson
ville. Tigers Need Pitching.
Manager Hush Tennimrs' bin task is
providing his Tigers with real pitch
ing; The Detroit outfit had about
everything last season except sure
If the Blood Is Kept Pure
Almost Every Human Ailment
It Directly Traceable to Im
parities in the Blood.
You cannot overestimate the im
portance of keeping the blood free
of impurities. When you realize that
the heart is constantly pumping this
vital fluid to alt parts of the body,
you can easily see that any impurity
m the blood will cause serious com
plications. Any slight disorder or impurity
that creeps into the blood is a source
of danger, for every vital organ of
the body depends upon the blood sup
ply to properly perform its functions.
Many painful and dangerous dis
eases are the direct result of a bad
condition of the blood. Among the
most serious are Rheumatism, with
Most every case'
case guaranteed. ONE-HALF WHAT
DR. J. C WOODWARD. 301
174 8 1 E3?
By FRED S. HUNTER.
MERELY by way of casual and
. neutral observation, it would ap
pear that Colonel J. C. Miller, the
ambitious anget from Oklahoma, who
proposes to stage a $100,000 fight just
for the fun he will get out of it, or
some of his comrades in the venture,
have been giving the steam caliope a
little too much freedom. Unless the
colonel brings the braying of his type
writer battery to an abrupt halt he is
likely to take" to the movies for his
Independence day entertainment.
Heavyweight championship prize
fights always arouse the ire of the
bulsheviki anyway and the impending
fracas is skating on especially thin ice.
In these wartime days it is the aim
to see that if there is to be any luring
of wealth of the unwary that it is
lured into the coffers of the govern
ment, the Red Cross or some other
war charity, and the prospect that a
couple of human man-eaters are to get
away with more than $100,000 of the
coin of the nation rests uneasily upon
the consciences of many good citizens.
Colonel Miller already has discovered
that his heavyweight toys will not be
permitted to light in several choice
locations and one outspoken governor
has been gone so far as to coyly sug
gest that the. belligerent ones .do their
belligerenting" over in France.
So if Colonel Miller does not want
his Fourth of July'entertainment to
be a total loss it would be advisable
for him to tie the tinware to the noise
brigade, or at least loft pedal the out
bursts about the coin that is to' be
Eddie's Achievement. '
THE boys in the back room are be
A ginning to groom Eddie Mc
Goorty for the grand old -comeback
Eddie was a regular fighter in the old
days before he canoed across the big
pond to Australia and became the
Beau Brummel of George Street and
also had his features altered by the
late Les Darcy. Now Eddie has re
turned to Oshkosh and to. collect a
few of the American dollars Jess Wil
lard overlooks. His first opponent
was one Brennan. He won a signal
victory over Brennan and the experts
have pegged him for the great res
toration. ; r
All of wjiich no doubt is perfectly
right and proper except that Mr.
Brennan has been bounced against the
canvas almost as many times as Ter
rible Tom Cowler. So far as can be
learned the releree has disqualified
h"m every time he has started.
If Eddie can pull a comebacK oy
beating this Brennan bird, Battling
Nelson should, be able to win back
his lost championship by kicking
some sick child in the face.
Start and Finish. '
'THE American league started the
-r 1918 season yesterday. It will
close in October or sooner.
Higgins Says Southern ,x
Rookie is Coming Star
Miller Muggins is satisfied that the
Yankee scouts picked up a promising
player.in Sam Vick, last season with
Memphis. "His style at the bat
hardly could be improved upon," Hug
gins remarked in discussing this young
player. "He is a natural sluggefsand
one of the best youg prospects I
have seen in a long time."
St. Louis Americano Win
All Games of Spring Series
' St. Louis, April IS. By. winning to
day's game 3 to 1 the St Louis
Americans V0 tne sPr'ieT city series
from the S,t. Louis Nationals in four
straight contests. Score: . '
" . , - i . R.H. X.
Americana 3 4 3
National 14 3
Batteries: Lowdrmllk, Davenport, Bog
era and Nunamaktt; Doak, May and Oon-
its torturing pains; Catarrh, often a
forerunner of dread consumption;
Scrofula, Eczema, Tetter, Erysipelas
and other disfiguring skin diseases;
Malaria, which makes the strongest
men heloless. and many other dis
eases are the direct result of impure
You can easily avoid all of these
diseases, emu riu me ojm" v uvi.i,
by the use of S. S. S., the wonderful
blood remedy that has been in con
stant use for more than fifty years.
S. S. S. cleanses the blood thoropghly
and routs every vestige of impurity.
It is sold by druggists everywhere.
For valuable literature and medi
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LOSS OF BIG U. S.
Nebraska and Iowa Men on
. Board Vessel Believed to Be
in Hands of German
'Washington, April IS. Capture of
the big American naval collier Cy
clops by German' agents is1 feared
by naval officials. The vessel has
been overdue at an Atlantic port
since' March 13. It carries 57 passen
gers, 15 officers and 221 men in its
The vessel was last reported at a
West Indies island March 4 and grave
loivans on Vessel
The following men from Ne
braska and Iowa were aboard the
overdue naval collier, Cyclops:
GUY CORNEOLUS NOWLIN,
ship's cook, Aurora, Neb.
LLOYD MAHON RATH
BURN, cook, Belgrade, Neb.
FRED' HENRY ROONEY, elec
trician, Council, Bluffs, la.
WILLIAM OTIS BEESE,
coxswain, Lisbon, la.
JOHN WILLIAM BRAM
FORD, yeoman, Estherville, la.
FRED DAVISON, fireman,
Coin, la. s
THOMAS WATKINS. fireman,
WORTH WYMORE, carpen
ter'g mate, Montezuma, la.
fears are entertained for its safety. It
was bringing a cargo of mangatrese
from Brazil. ;
Orders for greater efforts to find
the missing collier went out today to
American ships. In addition, allied
naval craft on patrol duty in the south
are aiding in the search.
So far not one word has come to
clear up the mystery of the collier's
disappearance.' Secretary Daniels
said today, however, that he still clung
to the hope that the vessel would re
port, as many other navy ships have
done, after they had been given up for
lost. , '
" Vanished from Sea.
Naval officials were no nearer today
to a solution of the disappearance
than they were three weeks ago. when
anxiety over the safety of the ship,
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Today's Sport Calendar
Baring; Opening of eprina: meeting of
Hartford Agricultural and Breeders' as
sociation, at Maite do Grace, Hd.
Gdlf Opening or tenth annual mid-April
tournament at Finehurst, N. C,
Automobile Opening of annual show of
Savannah, Ga., Automobilo Dealers' as
sociation. Bas Ball National league open It
season at Philadelphia, Brooklyn at New
York, Pittsburgh at Cincinnati, and Chicago
at St. Louis.
Wrestling Southern1 A. A. C. champion
ships at Birmingham, Ala.
v Boxing Joo Xagan vs. Ted Iwis, 10
rounds, at Milwaukee. Joe Lynch vs. Eld
Wolfe, 10 rounds, 'at Cleveland. Dick I.oad-
Rian vs. Benny Valuer, 10 rounds, at Cleve
md. Pets Hartley vs. Vincent 1'okorni,
10 rounds, at Cleveland.
first developed. There is absolutely
nothing on which to found an explan
ation. The big carrier has simply
vanished from the sea.
No possibly theory was rejected by
officials in seeking an explanation.
Suggestions heard most frequently
were that German agents had boarded
the ship in port and captured itjrom
its people at sea; that it had broken in
two and gone down in a sudden
squall; that it had been overtaken by
a submarine and sunk without trace;
that an internal explosion "had sent
All of these suggestions had flaws
in them, it was said. A theory that
it had been captured by a group of
German agents aboard appeared to be
the only explanation that would a
count for the silence of its radio ap
paratus. n ii .i m.
mrm Tcnight-ALL WEEK
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Every claim for the company is justified at a combination of extraordinary
ability. Bee T. W. McCullough. '
' Much mora satisfactory than other Biblical dramas seen ia Omaha. World
Herald Keen Abbott.
A dramatic massive spectacle. News H. B. Bozelle.
THE GREATEST ALL-STAR CAST EVER ASSEMBLED IN THE
HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN STAGE.
Nights, 50c to $2. Wed. Mat., Best Seats, $1. Sat. Matt 50c to $1.50.
Woman Enters Room and
$175 in Cash Disappears
H. Hedrick, negro, 1107 South
Twelfth street, reported to 'police
Monday morning that his room was
entered by a negro woman Sunday
afternoon and that a pocketbook con
taining $175 in cash was missed short
"SUBMARINE F 7," HARRY GILFOIL: STAN
STANLEY; Saatl; Harry Holmsi. 4 Co.;
"Cycling Brunettei" Ellda MorrU; Orphiusi
"OMAHA'S FUN CENTER."
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FAREWELL TOUR OF
SAM HOWE I1t' OWN SHOW .JJBSS
A musical thower with sll the colort of a rainbow
"A Wife Is Every Port." Lin hortei In telrlto
race es Eowis Downs track, London. Hsppy-Q.
Lucky Chorui. -.
LADIES' DIME MATINEE WEEK' DAYS.
Sat Mat. j Wk., dmond Haret "Some Show"
Turpin's School of Dancing
SPECIAL SUMMER CLASS
For Adult beginner
Term Begins Monday, April 22, 8:30 p. m.
List Your Nam for the First Lesson
SPECIAL SUMMER RATES
Studio, 28th and Farnam Tel. H. 5143.
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WM. fox Preiesti
TOM MIX, Is
for benefit of mess and athletic
fund of 'the
17th Balloon Co., Fort Omaha
Friday. April 19th
De Luxe Academy
Rohan's Jazs Orchestra
Mstlnes Today. 2:15: 15
VICTORIA FOUR, HAMPTON A BLAKE
TALLY V HARTY S STANDARD ACTS
PEARL WHITE la "HOUSE OF HATE"
Prices: Nights, ISo, 25e'asd 35
Performances, 2H5. 7:H. 9:IB
Tbday, Wed., Thurs.,
"AN ALIEN ENEMY"
Today and Wednesday
GRACE DARMOND in
"AN AMERICAN LIVE WIRE"
Today Last Time
WILLIAM S. HART in
WOLVES OF THE RAIL"
DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS in
"A MODERN MUSKETEER"
I Also KEYSTONE COMEDY
LOTHROP "i i
Ilil Tim.. Tl.
"WOMAN AND THE LAW"
Based on th De Saulles Cas,
Today REX BEACH'S Story
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