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THE BKK: OMAHA. MONDAY, MAHCH 27. 102
Up-to-Bate News and Gossip of interest to Sport Fans
Hunker Coach ;
m ni mi s
SthoffjfI, Munpcr, K. Un
quiet, Carman ami Ziehen
I.riii Will Male lj
Lincoln, N'fb., March .'3, Op".
iiU I liey'fe c-ii. The Cornhuk
er l.iifUJI qud of fifteen men, ac
companied bv Coach 0cn A.
hunk, is hiini'ir (or the south to
ohh up 'e llukrr portion or the
Missouri alley ronirrcnce reiu
raon. Sin game in twelve days
it three day of practice included,
means a ft start lr the Nebraska
l oach J'rank it going well equip
ped with pitchers. Schoeppet, M lin
ger. K. llcruquUt, Carman and Zie
genbdn wilt make up the mounj
stalf. Anderson is icd to )o the
catchm with lilanUrnship see
ond. 1 he infield will be compotcd
of Sla.rr at lirt, I'ier at second.
Carr it third and Muni at short
Mip. In the outfield Captain Hill
McCrory, Thomsfn. Pool and Le
wclleri vill hold forth,
Alt hut fur of the tnen making
this trip are former members of
llukcr nine. JJ. l!rrg(juit pitch,
ed for XrhraAa in VH7 while the
other letter men played on last year
team. Shaina, Mu-er, Blankenshln
and Lewellcn arc all new men on
A large staff of pitcher is the
crying need of the 1 tusker team for
the nappy sextet of. games slated
for this week and lieu. Although
the work will be done in much
warmer weather than that with
which the lluskers have been con
tending during early spring prac
tices the twirling: staff has not been
able to work all of the soreness out
of its arms and the strenuous start
anticipated necessitates that a heavy
battery of tossers accompany the
team. It is expected that two men
will be u.-cd in each of the first few
games in order to split up the work
and save the arms for the other
twelve games to follow.
Only seven of the eighteen games
slated for the season will be played
in Lincoln, two with Wesleyan uni
versity; two with Ames; two with
the Kansas Aggies and one with
Kansas University. Thirteen games
will be played away from home, six
being listed for the early spring trip
and five for the remainder of the
Two PronMSBBg Yankees
Scored 626 Points
Champs of Valley Chalk Up
i Good Record During
' 1 Seasjjn.
Columbia. Mo., March 26. Win
ning 15 of .it 16 games, the Univer
sity of Missouri basket ball team
piled up a total of 626 points to its
oppone fit,.' 372. In the 1921-1922 Mis
souri Valley conference champion
shin race, in which the Tigers fin
ished in a tie with Kansas for first
flaee, according-to figures made pub
lic here by Coach Craig Ruby. Mis
souri's team averaged 39 3-4 points
a game, while their opponents aver
aged 23 1-4 points a game.
Nebraska, scoring 15 field goals In
one game against Missouri, is shown
by the figures to have been the most
formidiblc opponent of the Tigers.
However, the Cornhuskcrs were .not
a dangerous foe because of the weak
ness of their defense, allowing jthe
Tigers to run up large scores,' Coach
Other figures given out by Coach
Craig showed that Forwards Brown
ing and Knight of Missouri led the
conference from the- start until the
finish in the number 'of field goals
rcored. According to the figures,
Browning had 81 baskets to his
credit and Knight 79. '
Wops After Return
Game With Trinity
The M. E. Wops, city cage cham
nions, who were defeated Friday by
Trinitv M. E. cagers, champs of the
Lincoln church league, are eager for
a return game at Omaha wijh their
Two Wop mainstays'were not per
mitted to play at Lincoln and the
players believe with the regulars in
the lineup that they can erase the
stain of Friday's trouncing. .
Hawkeye Nine to Play
First Few Games Abroad
Iowa City. Ia., ' March 26. The
first four games of the baseball
schedule of the University of Iowa
in the Big Ten conference league
will be played away from home, it
wa stated here. On April-22, the
date of the official opening of the
Big Ten season. Iowa, plays North
western university at Evanston; in
April the Hawkeyes will meet Illi
nois at Urbana; on April 28 Purdue
.will be taken on at Lafayette and on
May 6 the team will go to Ann Ar
bor for a game with the University
of Michigan. .
With favorable weather in the
next few weeks, the coaches hope to
whip the team into presentable shape
for the opening game a little more
than a month away.
f RANK O'OOUL.
PROMISING YANKEES Two members of the New York Yankees are making strong bids for regular
jobs. Al DeVormer, a second string catcher, is looming up for more work than he did last season, and Frank
O'Doul, a pitcher purchased from the Vernon club of the Pacific coast league, is doing fine work at the training
Addition of Two New Harness
Races Features Iowa Fair Card
Des Moines. Ia., March 26.-
(Special. Addition of two new har
ness races for 3-ycar-olds and an
nouncement of added money nurses
which total $13,000 feature the final
plans for the speed program for the
1922 Iowa State fair, Augilst 23-Sep-tember
1. which were given out this
week by E. J. Cuitin, superintendent
The racing events this year will
be scheduled practically as in 1921,
ytth the exception of the tAvo addi
tions for 3-ycar-olds. These two
new events include one for the trot
ters with $400 added money and one
for the pacers with $300 added mon
ey. 1 hey will take the place of the.
Iowa State fair Futurity on t!ie
speed program. This futurity ex
pired last year.
Only 'one futurity will be on the
1922 s'chcdule, that of the Western
Breeders, for both trotters and pac
ers. The trotting division in this
event will carry added money of $1.
200 and the pacing division $750.
With such large purses at stake it
promises hot competition among the
youngsters and harness horse fol
lowers already are looking forward
to it with keen anticipation.
The two main events of the Iowa
State Fair speed program for a num
ber of years. "The Hawkeye" 2:13
pace and "The Western" 2.14 trot,
are again included in this year's
schedule. Both carry with them
added money purses of $1,200. These
two events have attracted wide at
tention throughout the state and mid
west for many seasons. Indications
are that they, will draw large num
bers of strong entries again this
A fine card of running races is
practically assured for every day of
the fair with the announcement of
$2,100 in purses for the winners.
Running races are assured for every
afternoon of the fair with the excep
tion of the last day.
Early closing events 'will close
May 23, several weeks later than in
1921. Late closing events will close
Claim Cincinnati Bowling Team
Used "Ringer" in A. B.C. Event
First Place Is
Won by Kansas;
Husker. Athletes Place First
in Five of Eleven Events .
Omaha Medic Wins
Omaha Be Lraged Wire.
' Toledo, O., March 26. The re
quested ' resignation of the second
vice president of the American
Bowling congress, the requested res
ignation of the president .of the Cen
tral' States Bowling association ? and
not. a-few minor complications are
the result of the discovery by offi
cials of the congress that the Buck
eye Malt Syrups five of Cincinnati,
which recently rolled well into the
A. B. C. tourney money with a 2,837
score, had used, a "ringer" a man
ineligible under congress rules to
Judge ; W. D. Alexander of Cin
cinnati js the congress second. vice
president and the request of his res
ignation , will be made because he
accompanied the Cincinnati delegation-here,
sat behind the team when
it rolled and therefore must .have
been cognizant' of the situation.
B. Dreyer, originally slated to roll
to Attend Annual
. . Kentucky, : Derby
If PLANS' brewing in the
domes of several, prominent
Omaha sportsmen material
ize, a special car will carry
about 25 Omahans to the Ken
tucky Derby at Louisville, Satur
day. May 13th.
Charles Li Trimble, Ed Peter
sen, Nets Up
and Tom Den-
of tli local
. Shatters Four Records
Philadelphia. March 26. John
Weismuller of the Illinois Athletic
club, in an attraction added to the
intercollegiate swimming champion
ship -at - the University of Pennsyl
vania, last night broke four would's
records ; for "the men's indoor "indi
vidual junior championship, reducing
the time of 220. 250 and 300-yard and
3.00-meter events. . His time Was
2:05 1-5, 2.41 flat. 3:16 3-5 and
3:35 1-5.- -
Howard Wilcox Enters
- Indianapolis Race
Indianapolis, March- 26. Howard
Wilcox, winner of the 1919 Indiana
polis 500-mile race, has filed his en
try for the 10th annual international
sweepstakes five century, next May
30, and aspires to be the first driver
to be a repeater. . Nine pilots have
won the last nine races and no
driver has been able to gain a second
victory, although. Ralph DePalma
has "almost" won two races.
Wilcox will drive the Peugeot he
tooled a year ago. In the trials last
May the car showed its speed as Wil
cox qualified at an average of 96
miles an hour. However in the race
ill luck .eliminated the Hoosicr star,
after 55 miles, with a broken con
necting rod. Until he was eliminat
ed the Peugeot pilot had been run
nings with the leaders, at a pace of
almost 100 miles an hour.
with the Buckeyes, did not bowl,
but A. Burbrinkof Cincinnati did.
This is attested to by Judge Alex
ander in a letter to Secretary Lang
ley received here. Burbrink rolled
under the name of Dreyer not only
in the five-men event but the dou
ble and 'singles. In the latter he
rolled a 'money score of 606 and
signed the scorcbook with the name
ot "Dreyer." 1
With Dennis O'Keefe
Morrie Schlaifer and Dennis
O'Keefe. who out uo such a whirl
wind battle in a Davenport. Ta., ring
Fridav night, have been rematched;
to fight there April 21. ' .
The. last three rounds of the fight
was the most thrilling the Hawkeye
natives ever put their optics on, and
before the battlers hardly to . their
dressing room the Davenport t pro
moter had the two larrupers. names
to contracts for the return go. .',
Uieber to Pilot Cornell ' ; -
College Basket Flippers
'Mount ' Vernon. Ia., March 26;i
Leonard Bieber, a sophomore..;' at
Cornell college here, and w-ho re
sides at Reinbeck,'will pilot the: 1923,
Cornell, basket ball quintet as a re-,
suit of an election held at the, college
recently.; s , J .... V.
Bieber's -election to the captaincy'
is the culmination of a most suctess
ful season 'as running guard ;on- a
team that 'has played some of' the
fastest quintets in the" central states.;
Indiana Ball Team to
, Sail for Japan April 1
Chicago, March 26.--Arrangements
have been completed for the trip
of the Indiana university baseball
team to Japan. They will saiMrom
Seattle for the orient April 1.
After a tour of Japan, the' party
will leave for the United-' States,
May. 13," arriving in Seattle May. 23;
En route to Indiana, the team is ex
pected: to-play several exhibition
games, completing : a 13,256-mile
round trip. .
Foley to Meet Weinert -
Hot Spring?, Ark., March 26.
Harry Foley, light heavyweight
champion of Dixie, has been matched
to meet Charles Weinert of New
Vork.in New Orleans, on April 3,
in a 15-round bout, it was announced
here tonight. . ;
Kansas City, March 26. Kansas
university won the first annual Mis
souri Valley conference indoor track
meet here last night, scoring 38 1-2
points. Nebraska university took
second with 33 2-3; Missouri third
with 23, and Kansas Agricultural col
lege fourth with 15 5-6.
Fifth place went to Ames college
with five points. Grinnell college
counted three points for sixth place,
and Washington university with one
point, finished seventh. Drake uni
versity did not olace.
Kansas came from behind in the
final events to win. At the end of
the 880-yard run the score was Ne
braska 24 3-5 and Kansas rA
Bv winning first and third in the
50-yard low hurdles, the next event,
Kansas moved uo to 26 points and
Nebraska to 28 2-3. Then Kansas
took the lead by winning second and
third in the two-mile run tor an act
ditional five ooints. while Ames won
the event. Kansas won second and
snlit third and fourth with the Kan
sas Aggies, in the pole vault, "bring
ing their score to oo I -A mat
clinched the meet for Kansas.
Duo milo run: - Allen. Nebraska, first
MtLftlnn. Kannan AffKieP. second: Massey,
Kansas, third; Kuykendshl, Kansas Ag
gies, fourth. Time: 4:30 4-5.
iriftv-vnril dash: Smith. Nebraska, first
Paulu. Grinnell, second; Erwln, Washing
ton, third; Noble, Nebraska, lourth. Time:
:i 3-5. -Winrh
lumri! "Waddell. Missouri, first
Hamilton. Missouri, second; Jennings,
Kansas Aggies, third: Noble. Nebraska
Turner. Nebraska. Constable. Kansas Ag'
eies. tied for fourth. Height: 6 feet,
Fifty-yard hitth hurdles: Bradley. Kan
pas. first: Hone. Kansas Acgies. second
Kearney, Kansas, third; I-ear, Nebraska,
fourth. Time:v:6 3- seconds.
440-yard dash: Hawkins. Nebraska,
first; Griffin, Kansas,- second; Buarek,
Missouri, third; Smith, Nebraska, fourth,
Sixteen-Dound shot nut: Bradley. Kan.
sas. firat: Sandefur, -Kansas, second;
Hamilton, Missouri, third; Bunker, Mis
souri fourth. Distance: ' 45 feet, 1J
" Fifty-yard low hurdles: Bradley, Kansas.-
first: Deering, Nebraska, second:
I .ear, Nebraska, third; Lukcns, Nebraska,
fourth., Time: :6 1-5 seconds.
Two-mils run: Bathbun, Ames, first:
Wilson. a.nd James, both of Kansas, tie.
for second and third; Kuykendahl, Kansas
Aggies... fourth. Time: s minutes, 43 2-a
80-yard run: Garner. Nebraska, first;
Maxwell. Missouri, second: Clapp. Kan
sas Aggies, third; Meidinger, Kansas,
fourth. Time: 2:14-5.
Pole vault: Hamilton, Missouri, first;
Rodgers. Kansas, second; 'Counceil. Kan
sas Aggies, and Billenbeck, Kansas, tied
ror third and fourth. Height: 11 feet,
One-mil relay: Nebraska (Smith. Haw-
Kins, Dayton, Davidson), . first; Kansas,
Becond; Missouri. third; . Washington,
lourm. - lime: a:3l l-o. --
Former Utah Coach May ,
Return as Athletic Head
. Idaho Falls.' Idaho, March 26.
Joe (Feo) Maddock. former Uni
versity of Michigan football star, and
coach of the University of Utah for
the football squads . from 1904 to
1909, has under consideration an of
fcr of the position of - director of
athletics at the Utah school.. Mad-
dock stated today he, would like to
accept the Utah offer, ' but condi-
tiOnssmay make that difficult as he
is secretary and treasurer of a local
trust company and has property in
: To Have Track Team
- Lead, S. D., March 26. (Special.)
'Coach Bell of the local high school
.is ' going to have a splendid athletic
squad to pick his track team from
this year and already is arranging
to get its members in shape. Forty
have reported as candidates for 'the
team and now are having workout.
Several stars of last year will be on
this season's track team.
Looks Like Good
Bet to Lee Fohl
N. I.ouU Urownifi l !!ntT
Coming Seagull Willi l'rac
titolly Saint Lineup
a Lai-t Year.
By IRVING VAUCHAN.
Omah ImiH Mir. ,
Mobile. AU.. March .-(Speiiul.)
The people who arc paiiig out
pennants to the Yank and Indian
had letter concede omethinir more
than Bit outside chance in the M.
Louis Drowns. A day in ihi spring
camp it Miiticicnt to convince one
that Lee Fohl and his men take their
flag prospect erinm-ly, but from a
nonpartixan it looks as if if it will
take a lot of luck to hove the
ttrownies home in the van of the
procession. There are three other
good club they will have to reckon
with during the summer.
Manager Fohl think so well of
thi team he finished with lat sea
son that he in going to start riwlit
over with it again next month. There
has been a ilock of young; players
of various kinds down here triving
for recognition, but none appears to;
l.avc a chance.
Danforth to Stick.
The lone new face sure to be in
the Brownie picture throughout the
year is Dave Danforth. Danfurth
was purchased from Columbus, O.,
for eight players.
Danforth, when with the Sox. sim
ply could not steady himself. F.vcry
time he started a game he would be
murdered in a couple of innings.
When he relieved some hurlcr he
usually was invincible. In the As
sociation last season he won 25 and
lost 7. .
In addition to Danforth, the
Brown3 have all the men who car
ried the pitching burden last season.
Among them are some excellent hurl
ers. and it is on these fellows that
Fohl bases most of his flag- hopes.
The star of the lot is Urban Shocker,
who won 27 and lost 12 last season.
The others are Dixie Davis, Flam
Van Gilder, Ray Kolp and Waj
wright. Fohl also thinks well of V iT
liam Bayne, who copped five straight
toward the end of the 1921 campaign.
Of the many rookie hurlcrs, two
have a chance to hang on for a time.
One of them is Koy Davis, a right
hander, Johnny Overlook, the Chi
cago semi-pro who was with St. Paul,
also has looked good.
Finished Well in 1921.
The reason the Browns are optim
istic about their pennant chances is
that they finished well last year, de
spite a series of adverse happenings.
Martin McManus, who finally won
the second sack job after Fohl had
done a great amount of experiment
ing, improved wonderfully as the
1921 race began to wane, and he
probably will be a bit better this
Ihird base will be looked after bv
Frink Ellerbe, who was obtained
from Washington last season. Sis
ler, of course, will perform in his
customary place at first and Gcrbcr
at short.. The veteran Jimmy Austin
is going to stick tor utility purposes
and will be assisted by Gene Robert
son, who was farmed out to Jopliu
' Fohl has only four outfielders, but
they make up .in ability for what
they lack in numbers. Tobin, Jacob
son and Williams will be the regular
guardians and will comprise a hard
hitting trio. Incidentally, they can
field. The fourth man is Chick
Shorten, who is a pretty fair man to
have around for an emergency.
. The team is well fixed behind the
plate with Hank Severeid, Josh Bill
ings ana rat Lollins.
hi v' 4
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Preparing for Race
at Maple Height
Celevland, March 26. A large
number of prominent trainers now
lacincr flt tVlP, winter trQrt.-a ar r-n
paring to send their horses here for
the MaDle Hpicrhts
which opens May 6 and continues
ior 10 aays at least. I lie program
nooic ior tne nrst seven days rac
ing will be issued April 1.
Stable room has been reserved for Wil
l'am Bernhart, Phil Reuter. Otto Wendel,
.T, S. W'atley, Charles Irby, Joe Cooper,
L. T. W-hitohill and Blackwell & Crippen.
In their stables are Lucky B., Exhorter,
Malvollo. Kirah. Applejack II, Assump
tion, The ICephew. General Aftramont.
Sheba, May Maulsby, Buckhorn II. War
Smoke, and many other well known
InHtr.Mflna .h.. ,Ut ....
- 'V 1 17 lira, UMD JCtll B IIUI-
nlng meet will be the most successful
Deadwood Baseball Fans
Deadwood. S. D., March 26.
(Special.) Those interested in base
bail in Deadwood during the coming
season held a meeting and organ
ized a local association, with officers
as follows: President, A. A. Coburn;
secretary-treasurer, C, A. Welty;
business manager, Ellery Knowles;
publicity manager, G. C. Kenworthy;
official scorer, Ed Rentz. A captain
will be selected by the team after
practice starts. :
, Plans were laid for one of the
most successful years in Deadwood
baseball history. The management
will place the national sport here on
a business basis, thus eliminating all
squabbling and other irregularities
that in the past have served to cause
some ill-feeling against baseball in
Iowa Team Invited r
to Attend Penn Relays
Iowa City. Ia.. March 26. The
University of Iowa mile relay team
has been invited to attend the Penn
relays which will be held at Phila
delphia during the latter part of
April. Since the. team is entered in
the Drake relays which is to be held
also in the latter part of April, it is
possible that the board in control of
athletics will not sanction the trip
The Iowa relay team is, composed,
of the following players. Kepplcr,
Morrow-, Wilson and Brookins.
JOHNNY STOPPER, hard
hitting Denver welterweight,
will be "Kid" Schlaifer's next
opponent in the ring. These two
battlers meet in a 10-round tout
here April 3, the mam event pf a
show being staged by the police
men. In meeting Stopper, the Omaha
fighter bucks up against a boy
who has fought "Cowboy" Pad
gett four times, each time the bout
ending in a draw.
Infielder Marty Krug
Sold to Chicago Cubs
Los Angeles, Cal., March 26. In
fielder Marty Krug of the Seattle
Pacific Coast league team has been
sold to the Chicago National league
club for the sum of $7,500, it was
announced here today. Krug later
reported to Manager Killefcr of the
Cubs at Washington park.
Malone Beats Rattier
Boston. March 26. Jock Malone
of St. Paul was awarded the decision
tonight over Augic Ratncr of hew
York, after he had finished with a
burst of secd in the 10th round.
The men arc middlewcights.
Contest to Select the Suitable
Opponents for Ring Champions
Ends; Wills Choice for Dempsey
MiiiiHupoti. Minn., M-trvIt 26,
(Special.) I he conic! conducted by
the Honing lllado to Klat by pop
ular vote the niukt worthy coiitrndtr
for the titles in the various ii.tte
ami to decide the public's choice of
opponents for the different cham
pion, ended last week.
The coutot ran for ix weeks and
l'miileiit James Coffroth to
Knd Progruin After 23 More
Tijuana, Mcx March 26. (Spe
cial.) One can never tell how much
pdditional racing there will be at
Tijuana. This has always been in
evidence during the six years that
President James Wood Coffroth has
directed the border course. When
he promises a race meet of a certain
duration, he delivers and then for
good measure he announces an ex
tension. Thai's one reason why
sonic of the tnot prosperous horse
men oi the country arc following
Now conies news of the exten
sion. , Just how long the meeting
will be extended has not been an
nounced but there will be a sub
stantial increase in the number of
racing days. The 100th day of the
meeting ended March 19, the limit
originally planned. There was a
short interruption two months ago
when rail transportation failed dur
ing the heavy rains.
This is taken to mean that the
extension will be for about 25 days,
it might be a trifle shorter and a
little longer, but the figure 25 seems
to be concerned. On to a glorious
closing will go the sport at the bor
der course. All signs point to such
a determination. " - .
" Omaha Players for
Waterloo (Ia.) Team
Pat Kagan, former Omaha hurler,
who is to manage the Waterloo club'
in the New Mississippi Valley league,
slipped into Omaha this week from
his home in Manning, Ia. and signed
eight local amateur and professional
Those alcned were Dofl rezdlrtz, third
baaeman; Koy I.ucbbe, catcher; Frank
Echtineyer, second base; Carl McDowell,
cather, and Xeno Pace, Infielder, all
amateur players on Muny teama last year,
and Stanley Skupa, pitcher, who played
In South Dakota state league last year;
Carl Etimpson, semi-pro pitcher, and Art
Thompson, who played outfield laat season
on a Sidney (Neb.) semi-pro nine.
Patjs forced to draft players from
the amateur ranks as a result of a
league ruling that no club shall have
more than seven players with or
ganized baseball experience.
thouauds of sort fte cast by box
inn fans all over the world.
The voting demonstrated th
Ktcti interest boxin followers r
Ukinu in finding fit contenders for
championship honor. It il0 show
ed that the public as a whole is sery
will informed as to the mrit of all
bosi-r. the voting showing with few
exceptions that thone wha are picked
a the bet opponents for the cham
pion are really the best that could
Winners and runnerup tn the con
test and the number ot votes receiv
ed are as fallows:
Tfl b .'urk lmp': ...
It.ny Wills ";;
To Ih. Ji'linny Wilson:
Mik tlil'lions 4'5!
Ilsrry ir ,...H"
l)nia ll..i'b-rg ....U.)0V
To Ihi .fsi'k Urlltoii: .-,.
Mlrkey WalksTj 'ill
J in k MhIihih ..t ll.SCS
T l" liinny Leonard:
T,ew Toniil-r "I.1QQ
'hurley Wtill !2i44I
1'lnli Mlli'hell i.SQv
T l Johnny Kllbanr;
Huh- ll.r.nsu .....S'.ioa
Andy han-v .....:M6
Jtihnny I i.iii. ., ....... I. 'On
To Iwi Johnny Buff:
Pel II. rinun ;i.7l
Miilltm Smith Uioa
Jus Lti'-li . . li
Elk Clubs Asked to
Send Bowling Teams
Omaha Club's Meet
I-:ik lodges within a 100-mile radius
of Omaha have been invited to at
tend the local Elks ctub tournament
to be held on the Omaha alleys next
Saturday and Sunday.
. Nine entries for the meet already
have been received, including Lin
coln team and two squads from Coun
The five-man events will be bowled
Saturday and the singles and doubles
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