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THE BEE: OMAHA. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, 1920.
I ANOTHER FALL
OUT OF BLUES
; Wallop Three Kansas City
5 Pitchers and .Win Second
s, Game, -11 to 4 Omaha
5' !, Pitchers Going Fine.
! 'Okmulgee, Okl., Mairch 23.
"(Special Telegram) Jack Lrlivelt's
Colts walloped three more Kansas
" T '.-i t.- i ...u:u:
,I vliy piicncrs in me srtuuu caihui-
.lition game here Tuesday and won
f ", easily, 11 to t. nenning received
almost of the walloping, six hits and
10 runs being made off bis offer-
; ' lugs in less than two innings.
; m i.ee, uisiason, niauiuns ana v.
3 Weidcll were the star performers for
Jj Omaha, although Maullins had two
errors chalked against him. Rourke
5 believes Maullins will make a valu-
able member of the team.
-. Donica led in the stick work for
7?he Rourkes, with Lee and Frcnick
close behind. The Omaha outfit
shows excellent team work in the
J .field and bad the Kansas City boys
' on the go throughout the entire
J game, Palmero and Frenick both
J pitched excellent ball and Palmero
,4 was going strong when he was hit
? " the pitching hand by Hcnning,
' "who was wild.
I,: Pat Mason. Oscar Pulir and Earl
jf'Schatzmaii all joined the Omaha
sc;ifn4, here Tuesday, Fuhr having
i?C:ded to siffii ud and cet to work
,ftcr holding bak his decision for
J several days., A iinai ultimatum has
been sent to Hemingway, who will
z be suspended April 1 unless he ar
fives Jn carnp or signs up by that
' Hi.,... !.-:. :.
nine. ivjny i' tu.itiii iln disu aruv-
rdTuesday aud will act as trainer
-"for the Rourkes during the rest of
""the preliminary trip. A cold, dust
: fadeu wind held the attendance
KANSAS CITr. I OMAHA.
- ' ' v , A.K.H.K.I A.R.H.B.
Fsb'nue, m B 0 llOlrmn. 2. 4 .1 0 0
"' Wright, 3b 5 2 2 l)W. Well, 3b 3 0 0 1
; Finite, cf. 4 1 3 01 Donica. rf. 4 1 3 ft
: Snicker, rf I 0 1 OlWelch. rf . . 2 0 0 n
i M'C'thy. 2b 4 0 0 0.r. Woll, rf 2 I 1 (1
M'Nally, 2I too Hil.ellvHt. lb 5 1 1 0
Bran'n, lb 6 .0 1 oil.on, Jf 5 0 2 0
Roche, If., ft 0 1 OlM'llns; ss.. 2 1 0
7Jroek, .. 6 1 1 SlUrown, c. 2 10
R. J'son, p 1V0 1 0Hale. c... 2 110
HennliiK, p 1 0 1 I il'Rlmero, p 1 1 0 0
r- Baty, p... 0 ,0 0 Oirrrnlck, p. 2 1 2 u
Giant Brothers Meet Here; OMAHA WALLOPS
Weight Is-481 ooiE FOR STATE
r- Total ..40 4 12 4 Total ...35 1110 3
, Omaha 1 0 0 0 4 6 0 0 x 11
Kansas City 0 0101100 1 4
Two base hlta: "Wright. Sacrifice hits:
AV. WeMell. Stolen bases: Donica, Lellvelt,
w Gialaaon. , Double plays: Stucker to Bran-
nort, Fabrlque to McNally to Brannon.
Ulslitnon to MaulllnH to LeMvelt. naaea
. on balls: off Palmero. 2; off HennltiK.
1 J; off Baty. 2; off Frenick, 1. Struck
i'out:pBy Johnson, 1; by Hennlngs. 1; by
Frenick, 1; by Baty, 1. Hlta: Off Johnson.
2 .In four Innlnga: off Vulmero, 6 in five
lnnln; off Honnlng, 10 runs and 0 hits
w lnnnl and two-thirds innings. Hit by
pitched ball: Palmero by Henning; Stucker
hy Frenick. Passed ball: Hroek. Left on
. bases: Kansas City. 13; Omaha, 8. Time
of game: 1 hour and 45 minutes. Umpire:
t Change in A. B. C. Standing.
Peoria, March 23. One change ot
importance was recorded in the high
teams at the American Bowling con-
gress here Tuesday. L. Bunnings
2 and H, Hosser, Aurora, III., went
into fourth place in the two-men
f event with a count of 1,256. Other
I attacks in the individuals and two-
men classes bv bowlers from New
1 1 - "c. t : . T:...t 1.
I ' -1 Cleveland, Erie. Penn., and Mar-
shalltdwn, la., failed.
7 w mm A
Wladek Zbyszko (with th cane) and his brother, Stanislaus, starting
out on a "long hike" from Hotel Fontenelle Monday,
.Stanislaus Zbyszko, weight 248,
and his brother, Wladek, weight 23,3,
both wrestlers, met in Omaha Mon
day and strolled from Hotel Fonte
nelle to Twenty-fourth street and
back for "a "good workout."
It was a tedious grind for the
heroes, of 1he mat. Bathed in
perspiration, they moved back into
the hotel, shed their clothes and
sprawled on one poor bed in
"We just had a fine workout,"
commented Stanislaus, the elder
brother to a reporter. "We walked
clear to Twenty-fourth street."
You d hardly call that a work
out, ventured Mr. Reporter. Why
didn t you walk to .Florence?
"Ah-h-h-h! Twenty-fourth street
is a long way oft when tie wind is
blowing," laughed the Polander.
March zephyrs were "wafting
around downtown corners at a 60
mile rate Monday.
Stanislaus is touted by many
wrestling fans as the greatest man
in the game today. Monday night
he dumped Gus Kervaras, Greek
champion, twice in an hour and a
quarter in Council Bluffs.
Wladek is a mat artist of some
note, hut can't be compared with
his elder brother.
Wladek is 25 years old; Stanislaus,
Wladek carries a cane, shaves
twice daily and wears silks, where
Stanislaus wears heavy woolens, or
dinary clothing and doesn't know
what a cane is for.
The parents of the Zzyszko broth
ers were not unusually large in
stature. The brothers attribute their
size and strength to living outdoors
a great deal.
Freshmen Girls Win.
Freshman girls' basket ball team
at Central High defeated the Sopho
more sextet, 7 to 5, Tuesday. Miss
Jurgenson, substituting for Fresh
man captain, Wycotf. starred for the
victors. Seniors will meet the Fresh
men Thursday for the school title.
Today's Calendar of Sports.
Raring: Winter meeting of fuban
Amerlran Jockey rltili, at Havana.
Baseball : Annual meeting of Central On
tario league, at Peterboro, Ont.
iolf: I'nlted North nml South women's
championship, at Pinehurst, N. C.
Swimming: A. A. V. men's senior 500
ynrd championship, nt Mrent Lakes Naval
Hexing: Kenny foster against Bay Lu
cas. 1(1 rounds, nt roughkeepsie, N, Y.
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DUAL VALVE SIX
Locals Capture -Collegiate
By Trimming Tigers,
35 to 23. '
Omaha university basketball squad
won the Nebraska collegiate confer
ence championship last night at the
university gym by trouncing Doaue
college team ..S to 2X The visitors
jvere outplayed throughout the game
except for the first few minutes.
Ernie Adams, student coach, was
the big man for Omaha.
Doanc started the scoring. Brown,
forward, hooped the sphere from the
middle of the floor and soon fol
lowed up with another basket. The
locals were up in the air, and unable
to pet started until Doane got well
in the lead. The first half ended
with Omaha in the lead 22 to 15.
Omaha came back with more con
fidence in the second period and
held Doanc scoreless until the last
five minutes of play. The locals
played a good defensive game, giv
ing the former champs very few
Beacom hit his stride towards the
last of the game, getting three
baskets in succession.
Stewards of Nebraska
Speed Circuit to Meet
In Omaha Next Friday
Stewards of the old reliable Ne
braska Speed circuit will hold their
annual meeting at the Faxton hotel
Friday evening of this week to map
out plans for the 1920 harness ra'
ing season. The probable lineup of
the circuit this year is Alliance, Sid
ney, Kearncv, Beatrice, Fremont
and West Point. K. D. Gould of
Kearney is president, O. M. bmith ,
of Omaha, vice president and N. J.
Ronin of Fremont, secretary am
Officials of the circuit say tiiat
two or three more towns would he
a welcome addition to the layout
this year, and invite associations
that wish to make a bid for 'dates
to send representatives to the meet
ing. A general invitation for all
fair men and horsemen to attend the
Many Central Candidates.
Seventy-live candidates for Cen
tral High base ball team yesterday
heard Coaches Hill and Konecky
give pep talks preparatory to the
first practice this afternoon.
Twenty-Five Men Out for
Cornhusker Grid Eleven
Lincoln, Neb., March 13. Spe
cial.) Spring football practice
started at Ncbra-ska Monday with 25
men out for the first workout. F'. J.
Sturzenburgcr, who recently joined
the Husker coachi4; staff, put the
men through foot work mid buck
Ohe Shirt With
There's extra ful
ness at the elbows
to the trim.perf ect
Just unctfcM reason tof the com.'ort and
gool looks ot
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