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THE BEE! OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBEK291920.
From St Louis
Sisler-Day Contest Result- in
, Victory for Indians, Putting
Them Step Nearer
t. Louis, Sept. 28. Cleveland
got ' step nearer the American
league pennant today, defeating St.
Louis, 9 to 5, and increasing the
lead over Chicago, the runner
up, to a full game. '
It was the third consecutive de
feat administred to St. Louis by the
contenders, who launchced their at
tack against Bayne in the second
inning and finally drove him from
the box in the Seventh.
Bagby put hi club in front in
the second inning with a double to
right after two were out, driving
in two runs, and Cleveland main
tained the lead thereafter.
Evans, Speaker. Gardner and
' Bagby led the assault, the Cleveland
leader scorirvg three runs and
driving in two.
It was the 30th victory BaRby has
turned in this year and although
hit freely, he managed to keep them
scattered with the exception of two
I,ocai tans presented ueorge
Sisler with a silver service as a
mark of appreciation for his work
and the popular' Brown responded
in the sixth with a homer to the
pavilion in right field for his 249th
hit of the campaign, establishing a
nw American league record to sup
i plant that of Ty Cobb who made
248 safeties in 1911. In the eighth
Sisler made it 2S0 with a long triple.
CLEVELAND. I ST. LOUIS.
Kvans, If 4 3 1 ill tterbr, in t 1 I S
Jam'ao.n.lf 0 0 1 0! flprteon. Jb 1111
W'ftanaa.Jb 3 0 8 7l81ler. lb 4 2 12 0
Speaker, cf S 2 0 OUarobann.nf 4 12 0
Hums, lb 3 19 21 R'rl.S'lth.lf 4 0 4 0
K. Smlth.rf 2 1 1 OITobJn, rf 4 2 10
Oardnr. So S 5 1' Austin. Sb 4 0 0 4
Wood, rf 2 1 1 0 Snvrreld. 0 4 3 4 1
Johnston. lb 1 0 4 01 Rayn. p S 0 1
Hawaii, m 3 ( 1 SI Burwrll, p 1 0 0 0
I O'Nolll, 0 4 0 1 1
Ba(by. p 4 110 Total 34 10 27 10
' Total 34 12 27 Id
- Cleveland 0 I 1 0 2 0 3 0 0
St. Louis 1 1 1 0 10 0 1 05
Runa: Kvans. (2), Speaker (3). Gard
ner. Wood, Baggy, Oerber (2), Slater 2.
Tobln. Krrora: Kvans, Ofdeon. Jacobron.
Austin. Two-bane hit: Bat-by (2), Speak
er. Tnbtn. Throe-baae hit: Staler. Hm
run: Staler. Stolen baae: Speaker. Sac
rifice hlta: Sewell. WambaganM (2),
Gedron. Double plays: Gardner, Womba
(anss and Johnston;. Severcld and Gede
on. Left on baaea: Cleveland, 5: St.
I.oul. 4. Baaea on ball: Off Bur by.
1: off Baynn. 1; off Burvell, 1. Hits:
Off Bayno, 10 In 6 1-3 Innings; off Bur
well, 2 In 2 5-3 Innings. Strui-k out:
By Dauby. 1; by Bayne, 1; by Burwell,
: 1. Wild pitch: Bam by. Losing; pitcher:
Bayne. Vmplres: Morlarlty and Hllde
brand. Time: 1:43.
Bed Sox Win anil Lone.
Boston, Sept. 21. Boston closed the
American league season here today, by
breaking- even In a double header with
Washington. The Red Sox von the first,
( to 3. while the Senators were com
pelled to bq 10 Innings to earn the de
cision. 7 to 0, In the second.' The Red
Sox finished the season In fifth place,
with "4 saints won and 81 lost for a
percentage of .471.
WASHINGTON". J BOSTON.
. AH.H.o.A.! AB.H.O.A.
Judge, lb 4 1 6 01 Hooper, rf 6 110
0 2 41 Foster, lb ' I U 2
0 5 HMenosky.lf S. 1 4 0
2 2 0! Paschal, cf 3 2 11
1 2 01 Bailey, cf 0 0 2 0
1 3 OiMcInnla. Jb 3 0 10 0
1 0 21 Schang, c 3 0 6 0
2 4 It Scott, ss 4 3 2 2
0 0 0! Brady. 2b 4 0 13
0 0 o; Pennock, p 4 1 2
0 0 0 .
I TntBta 5 15 ?T 10
Rice, rf 4
Brower, rf 4
Shankp, If 4
' Oharrlty.e 3
Shaw, r 2
Shirley, p 0
f Totals s 34 8 24 81
Batted for Shaw tn the, eighth.
Washington 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 3
Boston 1 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 z 6
Runs: Brower, -O'Rourke, Prothero,
Hooper, Foster (3). Menosky. Errors-.
Brower. Gharrlty. Two-base hits: Poster
(2). Gharrlty (2), Brower. Three-base
hits: Foster. Stolen base: Paschal. Sac
rifice hit: Bailey. Pouble play: Pro
thero to Harris to Judge. Left on bases:
Washington. 4; Boston. 10. Baaes on
balls: Off Shaw, 2. Hits: Off Shaw, 11
Mo 7 Innings; off Shirley, 1 tn 1 lnlng.
Struck out: By Shaw, 4; by" Pennock, 2.
Wild pitch: Shaw. Losing pitcher: 8haw.
Umpires: Nalltn and Dlneen. Time: 1:40.
WASHINGTON. I BOSTON'
Judge, lb 6 10 II Bailey, cf 3 12 0
4 2 3 3' 'Chaplin 0 0 0 0
SOS 1! :M'Na'ly.lb 1 0 t 1
4 16 11 Foster, 3b 4 0 11
6 2 2 PI Menosky. If 4 1 0 0
Nnankt, ir r,
Ellerbe. 3b 6
Plclnlch. c 6
Areata, p 2
4 2 4! Hooper, rf. E 4 4 0
1 4 21 Mclniia. lb 4 3 3
2 2 II xHlller, cf 6 0 0 0
A 0 OlSchanr. c 4 3 6 0
0 0 01 Scott, se 4 12 6
IBradv. 2b 6 2 3 3
41 11 30 13' Myers, p 10 2 1
--unrr 10 0 0
Hoyt, p 3 0 0 3
i xx Bush 10 0 0
Totals 3 14 30 IS
Batted for Bailey In nlnlh.
' xHan for rhanlln In ninth.
Ran for Mrlnnta In ninth.
Batted for Mytrs In fourth.
xxBatted for Hoyt tn t.mh
Washington otoSOOlOO 1 7
Boston 00400000 0 S
Runs: Rice. Brower. Shanks. Ellerbe (2),
O'Rourke. Plclnlch. Foster. Menosky 2.
Iiooper (2). Mclnnls. Errors: Rice. Brady.
Two-base hits: Shanks. Ellerbe. Menosky.
Stolen bases: Judge. Harris. Bailey. Sac
rlflo hits: Brower. C'Rourke. Double playa:
O'Rourke to Judge. Brower to Judge; EI
' S-,bl.to Hrr, to Judge. Left oh base-Waahlna-ton,
' Boston, 10. Baaes on ball;
Off Courtney, 2; off A cost a. 3; off Myers.
1: off Hoyt. 1. Hits: Off Courtney, In
three lrfnlncs; off Acosts. I In seven In-
VJ . " "t ii My,., s in rour innings: off
Hoyt. 5 In Innings. Hit by pitched ball:
Py Courtney (2). (Menosky, Mclnnls).
Struck out: Bf Mvers. 2: by Hoyt. 1; by
Acosta. 1. Winning pitcher: Arosta. Los-
ltnen. Time: 2:05.
Peters and Morsman Tie.
R. M. Peters and F. S. Morsman
halved their match yesterday at ht
Country club in the final round for
the special prize of September 18. In.
the semi-finals, Morsman defeated R
Ware Hall. 4 and 3, and Peters de
feated M. A. Curran by one hjle
Peters was ; playing from scratclt
while Morsman's handicap wa 12.
Hall's 14 and Curran's 8.
At Cotombus ' . r H j
Minneapolis ' .....2 6 2
Columbua 3 i a
Batteries: Lowdermllk and Mayer: EI--drldge
and eKlley. ,
, At Toledo
Flrat game: R. H. E.
Kansas City . .....2 1
Toledo .7 13 2
Batteries: Lambert, Brown and Lamb.
Connolly: Okrlo and Woodall.
At Toledo ,
8ccond game: R. H. E.
Kansas City 7 2
Toledo g I 3
Batteries: Rosa, Weaver, Ames and
Sweeney; Meade, Mlddleton and McNeill.
At LonlawUle R. H. E.
8t Paul 7 10 2
Lrtrisvllle I 1 1
Batterlee: Foster, Grlner and McMe
nemy; Wright, Long and Kocher.
At Indianapolis R. H. E.
Milwaukee .....4 it 1
Indianapolis 1 S 0
Batteries: Trent man and Btaylor; Gaw,
avet and Hanlln.
Second gams R. H. E.
Minneapolis 4 4 1
Cotombus. 1 I 1
Batteries: (Ivors, and Mayer; Bher
Standing otUhe Teams.
W. I Pet I
Boston .... 10
0 40 .100!
16 5 .617!
77 73 .6111
W. L. Pet I
06 64 .4311
.06 64 .(21
.33 61 .1131
.74 76 .4371
Cincinnati, 3-6: Pittsburgh, N0-J.
No other game played.
Washington, 3-7; Boston, (-1.
Cleveland, t; St.Loula, t.
No other games played.
Philadelphia at Boston.
Cleveland at St. Loula.
New York at Philadelphia
Win Both Gaines
. On Double Bill
EHer Tries to Hurl Second
Contest After Shutting Out
Pirates in the
Cincinnati, Sept. 28. The Reds
t ., - e J LI- t
won ooin games 01 a aouuic hmuci
from Pittsburgh today, 2 to 0 and S
to 3. Luque pitched one inning of
the first rnntest and had to retire 1
on account of sore arm. Eller fin
ished the game and shut out th;
Pirates easily. Eller tried to win a
double victory, nut was mi nara in
the second game and retired in
tavor of Brenton in the sixth.
Summa, df 4 1 2 1
(Carey, cf 4 0 2 0
Tlerney.lb 4 0 1!
S'Worth.rf 4 13 0
Barnha't.3b 4 13 1
Grimm, lb 1 t II
M'Ks'nle.lb 10 4
Tralnor.sa 3 0 1
Schmidt, c 8 1 3
01 Luque, p
Total 32 24 121 Totals 3 4 27 (
Pittsburgh 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Cincinnati 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 X 2
Runs: Daubert, Rourke. Errors: Tral
nor (2), Luque. Two-base hits: Daubert,
Schmidt. Stolen bases: Summa, Carey,
Barnhart. Left on bases: Pittsburgh. 6;
Cincinnati, 3. Hits: Off Luque, none in
ont Inning; off Eller, 5 In t Innings.
Struck out: By Elltr, 2; by Cooper, 2.
Winning pitcher: Eller. Umpires: Qulg
ley and CfDay. Time: 1:17.
PITTSBURGH. I CINCINNATI.
Bigbeo. If 4
Carey, cf 4
Tlerney, 2b 3
S'worth, rf 4
Grimm, lb 4
Trainer, as 4
Schmidt, c 3
Morrison, p 1
01 Rath. 2b
0 Daubert, lb
31 Groh. 3b
0 Roush, cf
Raridr n, e
Of Allen, o
Totals 32 10 24 13
31 7 27 17
Ran for Crane In the seventh.
Pittsburgh I 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 3
Cincinnati 0 0 0 0 2 3 0 X 5
Runs: Blgbee, Barnhart. Schmidt, Dau
bert IS), Roush, Crane, Brenton. Errors:
Blgbee. Traynor, Kopf. Two-base hits:
Barnhart, Carey, Blgbee, Grimm. Three
base hits: Daubert, Duncan. Stolen
bases: Daubert, Groh. Sacrifice hits
Daubert. Tlerney. Ko;f, Hamilton (2).
Left on bases: Pittsburgh. 6: Cincinnati,
7. Bases on balls: Off Eller, 1; off
Hamilton, 2. Hlta: Off Eller. In five
and one-third Innings; off Brenton, 1 In
three and two.thtrda Innings: oft Hamil
ton 7 In seven lnlnngc; off Morrison, none
In one Inning, struck out: By Eller. 1
by Benton. 3; by Morrison, 1. Winning
pitcher: Brenton. Losing pitcher: Ham
ilton. Umpires: O'Day and Qulgley,
Schoeder Selected to
Lead Minesota Gridders
Minneapolis, Sept. 27. Alfred
Schroeder, end on the 1917 Univer
sity of Minnesota foot ball team,
was elected captain of the 1920 team
to succeed Tryft. Johnson, who was
recently requested by university au
thorities not to complete his regis
tration. The board of eligibility an
nounced that Schrdeder would be in
eligible. State Base Ball
Bloomfield, Neb., Sept 28. (Special.)
The Bloomfield ball team won its ninth
Btralght victory Sunday when they de
feated Randolph on the local grounds by
a score of 7 to 3. Frtest. who twirled for
Bloomfield, was. In fine fcrm and allowed
but four safe svAtts, all Rlrglrs. Courtney,
pitching for Randolph, was touched for 13
hlta. Including a home run by Cook, a
three-bagger by Depue and a two-bagger
by Cook. Batterlea: Randolph. Courtney
and Clayton; Bloomfield. Fries t and
Hathaway. The local team ha won 21
and lost S gamea this season- Three
gamrs will be played here this week at
the Knox county falr Wedneaday, Nio
brara; Thursday, Randolph; Friday,
Norfolk, Neb., Sept. 23. Although beat
en Sunday by Meadow Orove, 4 to 3, the
Tlldeh. ball team will battle for the cham
pionship of northeast Nebraska against
the Petersburg team at Norfolk next Sun
Answers ta Yesterday' Questions.
1. Charles Stoneham, John McGraw
and Judge F. A. McQuade bought ths
Giants in January. 11.
2. Th National league rescinded th
til, 000 salary limit January 17, 119.
3. - The Indiana released Terry Turner,
July 3. 11.
4. Maya was traded to ths Tankers
July 30, 191.
5. Hagen 1 2 years old.
6. The United States won 14 first places
In th 113 Olympiad. -
7. Guy Ward of Walnut Log, Tenn.,
tn 104 won th first national amateur
3. Wright first won th national ama
teur trapsbootlng 'championship In 191.
&. Leonard and Fltsslmmons were
matched for the first time by Tex Rlckard
for hi Madison Square Garden show.
10. Burke outpointed Madden In a no
decision bout at Jersey City on August 23,
1. When did Cincinnati join the modern
2. Which player was chosrd from a
gam In the 11 world's series?
3. How many tie gamea have been
played In world' series?
4. What was th least total run acored
by a team In a world' series?
5. Wa any American before William
Tllden able to win the big tennis tourna
ment at Wimbledon, England for the o
called world's title?
1. I Charles s. Garland th youngest
player to represent America In th Davla
cup play? ,
1. How many time did John Ball win
the Ena4lah amateur golf title?
3. Who was th British amateur golf
champion before thla year?
9. Was Soldier Bartfleld. middleweight
baser, born In ths United States?
10, How many ttmes did BUI BrennaD
box Jack Dempa!
Men Who Are Active in
Cleaning Up Base Ball
f J 1 '
Brooklyn to Get
First Series Game
National Commission Reverses
Decision, Giving National
League First Chance. '
Chicago, Sept. 28. The national
commission today reversed its de
cision yesterday and decided to open
the world's series at Brooklyn on
October S, playing tin e games
there. The change was made at the
request of James Dunn, president of
the Cleveland club, who asked more
time to prepare the Cleveland
grounds in the event his team shotrid
win the American league pennant.
The teams will travel on October
8 aiid open in the American league
city winning the pennant, either
Cleveland or Chicago, on October
9, for a four-game series. '
Brooklyn obtains the eighth game
on October -14, and will also stage
the ninth game, if one is necessary,
as the National league won the toss
for the final game. If a ninth game
is played, however, it vill' be on
October 13, instead of October 16,
as the day's intermission for travel
ing has been eliminated.
Foot Ball Results
Hebron. Neb.. Sept. 27. Hebron high
school's first foot ball game of the season
resulted In a draw with Fairfield high
school. Neither team scored. The gams
was played on the Pavilion grounds her
Sidney, Ta., Sept. 27. Sidney, f6; Essex,
0. The local high won a 'slow listless game
here Saturday when their heavy, ragged
team won over the light, team from
Essex. Straight foot ball vai the order1 of
the day. Lfndborg, Swanson and Johnson
were best for Essex, whilp Travis, H.
Eaton and L. DeFreece were ground gain
ers for Sidney. Qergart, Shenandoah, and
Russell, Nebraska, officiated. Sidney has a
few open dates which they bava been
unable to fill. y A
Grand Circuit Results.
Columbus, O., Sept. 28. Summaries;
2:17 class pace, three heats. Puns,
Bonnie Bar, b. m by Oxford
prince. (Paltn) 1 1
Mr. Jefferaon, b. B.. (Valentine) 19 1
Banner, b. g., (Perry) ,.2 3 S
Don Elser. br. g., (Vance) 6 4 2
Gray Eagle, g. g., (Mallow) 4 2
Rollo Chamcs. Archie Burns. Katcha
.Koo. Parker Boy and Alllo Clay also
Time: 2:0814, 2:06i, 2:08.
2:08 trot. The Chamber of Commerce,
three heats. Purse, 33,000:
Peter Coley. b. g.. (By Peter The
Great), (Valentine) 1 1 2
Mllle Irwin, b. m.. (W. R.. Flem
ing) 6 3 1
Pete June, eh. h (Stokes) 3 3 4
Dr. Nick, blk. h., (Cox) 8 6 C
Comet, ch. m., (Edman) 6 3
The Toddler, also started.
Time: 2:06H, 2:0Ctt, 2:06.
2:15 trot, three heats. Purse, 31,000.
Patrick Todd. blk. B. by Jim Todd.
i'W. R. Fleming) 1 J
M ,;htell, b. m.. (V. Fleming) 11 1
T, umpator. b. h.. (Macey) 2 7
Wagner, ch. g., (Hedrlck) g 2
forotny, uay, d. m., (Hail) 3 10
Vanwood, Hilda Fletcher, Grace Drake,
Dr. Coffman, Harvest Stream and Allen
XMMon also started.
Time: 2:09fc, 2:0854.
t 'Ml in I 11 " ' -T-Wk iWWInrs
DEXTER ., I
A leading style for
' Fall in
UNITED SIHRT AND COI.LAK CO.. ALSO fl
MAKERS OF LION SHIRTS, TROY, N. V. j
Des Moines Cops
Trim Omaha Nine
At Rourke Park
But Loral Minions of Law
Pull Iowans Off Ladder in
Record lime in
The Des Moines police depart
ment base ball team handed the
Omaha police department nine a se
vere drubbing yesterday at Rourke
park, score 12 to 1, but the local
coppers yafiked the Iowa guardians
of the peace off the tug-o-war lad
der in 1 minute and 50 seconds.
The hurling of Pitcher Max Carl
son for the visitors featured the
base batl game and accounted in a
great measure for the locals' defeat.
Carlson whiffed IS, and three of
the six hits the Omahans annexed
were scratches. -
The Iowans got to Pete McCoy
in the fourth inning after McCoy
had held them scoreless until that
time. In the fourth the visitors
clubbed in three runs on three
singles, a double and an error.
R IT E
Omaha 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 fl 0 l' ' 'h
Den Moines ..0 0030033 013 12 2
Batteries: Carlson and Hill; McCoy, Hay
T 1PI JOrSL-
Syracuse, N. T., Sept. S7. Disregarding
the advice of physicians, James J. Cor
brtt, morfer champion heavyweight pug
ilist, today left a hospital here and de
partedor Pittsburgh. Ho was In a weak
ened state when he arrived Thursday with
h theatrical production. He t suffering
from kidney trouble. A long rest was
recommended by physicians, but Corbett
refused to remain
S ' I .
Season Opens Soon
Local Member of State Asso
ciation to Play at Fremont
Other Big Games Carded
The Nebraska intercollegiate ath
fctic"confcrcnce toot ball season will
get under way when eight of the
state schools meet in the first sched
uled games of the year, October 1.
vTwelve schools will participate in
the conference this fall. They arc
Nebraska Weslcyan, Cotner, Doane,
Hastings, Midland, York, Peru Nor
matv Kearney Normal, Chadron Nor
mal, University of Omaha, Grand
Island college, and the Nebraska
State Normal school at Wayne.
The Universityof Omaha opens at
Femont, whpre they will buck up
. gainst the husky Midland gridders.
York college, last year's champion3,
will tackle the Peru Normalites. on
(he Teacher's field, while Hastings
and Grand Island colleges will fight
;t out at the latter city. The follow
ing week wiy see the rest of the con
ference teamk in action.
The gridiron slate of these col
leges should yield some interesting
contests before the season closes on
next Thanksgiving day. Foot baU
prospects are most bright at York,
Nebraska Wesleyan. Hastings, Peru,
and Midland. K of these schools
have a large percentage of letter men
returning and will start with practi
cally the same combination as last
year. Nebraska Central university,
University of O.naha, and Nebraska
Normal school- at Kearney should
give these schools stiff competion
and may spill the dope bucket and
forge to the frotit of the conference
standing. Cotner university and
Grand Island college both have
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veteran teams and should be well
up in the standing.
The majority of the schedules do
not include games out of the state.
Nebraska Wesleyan meets the Uni
versity of Wyomingat University
Place, and Morningside university ac
Sioux City. The. University of
Omaha plays Western Union col
lege at Le Mars, la.; Des Moines
university at Des Moines; Trinity
college at Sioux City , and Fort
Omaha at Omaha. Doane college
will meet Saint Marys college at
Saint Marys, Kan. Nebraska Cen
tral university will play Colorado at
Friday, October 1.
York vs. Peru at Teru.
University of Omaha vs. MMlpnd at
Orand Island vs. Hasting at Gran
NihrRska Central university vs. Ne-
broska Normal at Kearney.
Mrs. J. T.Stewart Wins
Omaha Country Club
Handicap Medal Play
Mrs. J. T. Stewart, playing from
scratch, won the nine-he': handicap
medal play competition for women
at the Country tlub yesterday with
a score of 45. Miss Mary Fullc
ranked second with a net 46 and
Miss Josephine Congdon third with
a net 47. Mrs. E. H. Sprague. ?1so
playing from scatch, turned in a 47
and Mrs. V. T. Burns, with a handi
cap of 3, scored a 47 net. Twenty
women took part in the contest.
A mixed foursome will close the
regular season, at the Country club
Friday. Prizes for the final event
of the year have been donated by
Mrs. George Kedick and Mrs. W. A.
An inventor has patented a brack
et to hold a small piece of blotting
paper close tothe point of a pen
for the convenience of men required
to write their signatures many times.
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Lamson to Mix
Here October 13
Heavy weights Who Staged a
Brilliant Battle Rematched
for Benefit of Firemen's
' " Relief Fund.
Anly Schmader, heavyweight
champion of the navy, and George
Lamson, the Indian heavyweight,
have been rematched to fight 10
rounds in the City auditorium
Wednesday night, October 13.
Ernie Holmes, promoter of the
program for the firemen, announced
Monday night that he had Schmad
er's signature and Lamson's verbai
promise to stage the contest, "If
such a thing should happen that I
cannot get Lamson for sure." said
Holmes, "I -can book Tony Mel
choir, the Chicago light heavy
weight." Schmader and Lamson staged a
memorable fight in the City auditor
ium September 20. Each was vir
tually knocked out. Lamson was
given the decision fn the fourth
round on a foul.
Kid Graves will go to Louisville
about October 1 to "taper off"
Schmader for the coming encounter.
He will tike with him a lightweight.
Sailor "ljlouiidy" Johnson, a former
shipmate of Schmader, and Ed
Stanard, a middleweight. Graves
says he expects to pit Johnson
against KidSchlaifer in the semi
windup of The firemen's card and if
possible gt Stanard on in a pre
liminary against Bob Ferguson, local
Bee want ads bring results.'
hfiUUiCLbCH, Mo. t
svVtAA v"i vvyi
May Fight Here
Lightweight Champion Prob
ably Next Attracion in Fisic
Line Last Show Success.
Benny Leonard, world's light
weight boxing- champion, probably
will be the next big attraction in the
fistic sport in Omaha.
This announcement was made
Monday by the Omaha Athletic
club's athletic committee following
the success f last Saturday's enter
tainment when Llew Edwards, Aus
tralian lightweight champion, and
Frankie Brown of Philadelphia,
staged a notabl 10-round bout in
the City auditorium.
Leonard through his manager,
Billy Gibson, has consented to a
bout here for the Athletic club. Gene
Melady, chairman of the athletic
board,4ias asked Gibson for terms.
"Leonard's opponent will be some
topnotcher," said Melady yesterday.
"Someone capable of either giving
the New Yorker a tough battle or
Last Saturday's show in the Audi
torium was a success, the committee
announced, inasmuch as. receipts
cleared all expenses and the bouts
were highly satisfactory.
Errect Temporary Stands.
Cleveland. Seot. 23L Erection of
temporary stands to seat 6,500 per
sons will ctarr at T acniA ,-.arL to
morrow, James C. Dunn, president
of the Clevelanrl has hall rlnh an.
r.ounced last night. Mr. Dunn de
clared he was preparing to accom-
m anticipation ot his team winning
tne American league pennant.
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