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THE BEE: OMAHA. THURSDAY. ANUL 13. 1022.
Omaha Beats Indians Wichita Trounces Denver in Opening Games of Season
. Initial Game
"Vug Griffin Slams Out
'Homer Grantham Get.
Two Hits Out of four
Tripi to Rubber.
Oklahoma City, Okl, April
12. Joe Tate's muff of Snede.
cor'i high fly nd aome bad
throwing for base-runners by
Manager Fisher in the fifth
inning gave Omaha the open.
ing game of the season nere
today, 10 to 3.
Packer, I: Oiler . 6.
TuUa. OKU April 12. Bochlcr
blanked Sioux City for six inning
today while his teammate piled u
a ix-run lead, but weakened in the
seventh, uid the packer batted out
an t to 6 victory. More than J.')
fati paid admission to the same.
Mayor-Fleet Kcwblock pitched the
firt" ball, a perfect strike.
AMMO' AH HO A.
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Men. 4 TRrw. M t I I
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Quart. 1(1 IflWM, 3
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miiim. i i . Total, at it it
Tattle" M iT tt It! . . .
sOnggaby batter for Wlloa In .1111111.
Hear, by Innlnga: .......
stout City ..
Tula 4 1 1
ftumm.ry Run.: Hamilton. Roblneon
. Memlngeey (1. oeatgard. Roth.
Inggthy. Stuart CI. Pvl. !. I.ellvelt,
Thompson. Error.: Stuart. Ilsuman, lit.
Olnnl C. Two-beee hit.: Mi-Olnnle,
OeatSArd. Beshler, Marr. Iloma runa:
Day Is. fUbinson. Hemingway. Sacrifice
hits: Elsb, Oesigard. Crosby. Stolen hsse:
Thompson. Bs.e an balla: Off Bnehler, 4;
off Skilly, I: off Tesar. S; off Wilson, .
Htrurk out: By floehler, T; by Trssr. I: by
Wllaon. I: by Hilton. . Hit by pitched
ball: Bennett, by Wllaon. Balk: Wllaon.
Iwobl playa: Roblneon to Roth; Bennett
te Crosby; Roblnaon to Hamilton to Hem
Ingwey; Hamilton to Mat. Tlmt: 1:01.
Umpire: Holmes anrl Ormsby.
Saint, 8; Booster. 1.
St. Joseph, Mo., April 12. St.
Joleph won the opening game of
the season with Des Moines today
by brilliant fielding and timely bit
ting. S to 1. Turgeon counted the
single tally for Des Moines in the
ninth when he drove the ball over
the left field fence. The Saints
completed four double plays during
the game, which was played before
a rsnaritv rrfttt'ft Sror.'
it. jossr. pes uoinm.
AS. H O A AB.H.O. A.
ftlaan, lk I II) 3! Turgeos. la 4 .1 X S
(orrtiloa. If II S OlOrant. 3h get
Ttaher. if SIS OlMll.n. 1' 4 (I 0
Beaoanta. at 4 Oirjraham. lb 4 1 f) 0
IMfat. a. 44 3! Koran, rf .4111
MeDaaelrl. l I I )l Yuna. t S 1
Nufer. lb I I I 01 W.i,w. cf X 5
Vaaof.r. a 4 1 ' Rresn. o
McColU p 4 11 Mar. p I J
1 Taylor, p 1 0 8 0
TSUI. 17 li IT 111 -Z -Z
Totala 51 I 24 li
Seer by tnnlnca:
Dn Mclne . 0 0 0 0 0 1 t
t. Jnaaph 0 101210 x I
Mummary Run.: Corrldon. Flahrr (J),
Ttofat. MeDon.ld. Nufer. Kankl.r, Mc
Call, Turgson. Errora: Turgeon (2), Grant
(th Runa and hlla: Off McColl. 11 and
a in Innlnca; off Marx. 1 and In
Innlnra: off Taylor, 1 and 3 In 1 Innlgfa.
Karad runa: t)ra Molnaa. 1; St. .To.aph, I.
Saaa on ball.: Off McColl, 2: oft Marx, 1.
Rtrurk out: By MeColl, 8; by atari, 4; by
Taylor, I. Iaft on baaaa: Daa Moinaa. 4;
Bt. Jo.aph. (I. Wild pitch: Marx. Two
baa hlta: Horan (S. Corrldon, Graham.
Nufar. Thra-ba.a hlta: Turgaon. Flahar.
Horn run: Turgeon. Double playa: Mc
Iwnald to Olaan; McDonald to Nufar to
Ol.rn: Nufar to Defat to Olaan: McColl
to Dafata to Olaan. Sacrifice hit: Bono
wlt. Stolen baae: Defata. Umptrca:
Burn.Ide and Fltxpatrlck. Tima: 1:15.
y Resunie Workouts
Coach J. G. Schmidt's cinder path
athletes of , Central high, yesterday
received a hard workout after their
forced vacation because of rainy
weather. More than 40 men turned
, Coach Schmidt has been devoting
most of his time to his hurdles' and
has a number of promising men in
this field. Pope, Sautter and Bald
win have been showing good form
and plenty of speed. Inoye, Wallace
Marrow and Engle are also good ma
terial along this line, n
There is a wealth of material from
which to pick in the high jump. No
great height has been reached by any
of' the men, Coach Schmidt keeping
the men ' under thu flVe-toot mark
in order to work to form. Keyt and
FopC are Central's best bets in the
height event, with Parks and the
Marrow brothers close behind them.
Fred Myers Signs Up
Another Ring Battler
Fred Myers, manager of a flock
of fighters of all weights, colors, and
classes, has signed up Walter Mc
Carthy, hard-hitting Council Bluffs
boxer. Myers expects to land
several matches for his new ring
McCarthy and "Young" Rosgall
fight at the auditorium, April 18th.
1 Bee Dope Sheet
.. , OFPICIAl, SCORES
WEEK ENDING APRIL 1.
' '- II. T. W.WK.T. P. S. R.
OMAHA 10 .. ...
Tulaa t ..- V. ..
Slavs City t
Denver 1 . . . . .. .. .. . .
Pea Moines 1..-.. . , ., .. .
Wichita i . ..-'..X., .. ..
St. Joaepb .. .. .. ..
Mid. . Tot
M. T. W. Wk. T. F. S. R.
Brooklyn 4 .. i. .. ..
Philadal. 7 ..
Kear York . .. . .
Chicago 7 . .
St. Loulf 10 .. .. -..
Cincinnati 3 - . -.
W. Wk. T.
St. 'Louis 1 .. .. .. .. ..
Cleveland 7 ' .. ..
I hlcago t .. .. ,,
Boston i3.. .
Waahlng. . . .. .. ..
New Tork t
1 M. T. W. Wk. T. T.
Kan. City .. ..
Louisville tj. .. . . ..
Minn'polig .. .r ...
Caliiaboa t .. .. .. ..
Reuther Hurls Brooklyn
Champ . Team
Game Develops Into Sharp
Conflict Between South
paws Cards and
New York, April 11. The
Brooklyn Nationals defeated
the world's champion New
York' team In the opening
game of the season today by
a score of 4 to 3. Mayor Hy
lan threw out the first ball.
The game soon developed
into a sharp conflict between
the rival left-handers, Reuther
and Nchf, and New York er
rors helped decide the game
in favor of the former. The
ftnOOklTV ' BW YORK,
n II OA' AH II o A.
nirnt. th 4 ' nWI. aa h t t
H.lh aa 4 114 Ratln. :b I ! ! I
Jho lb 4 I I tlio. 1 I
haal. If . J . Vmint. rf S a
Mrara rf I Mnual. If 4 11
Su rf 1 4 a'h.ll-. Ih X A 14
rhra.ndt, lb 4)1 a Hlilnnwa. rf 4 1
nanwrr. a 4 I I Nnnlar. S S I J
Rualhar. 4 I, Nahf. V .tail
- - K'unamgham I
Total. II I 97 I'' Dhaa. p J J
I Trail. 35 IT IS
xRattad for N'hf In aighth.
Hcnra by Inning.:
Brooklyn 1 1 1 1 4
Now York n ! I J
Summary Runa: High, Myara, ha.
Paberry. Bancroft, Bawling". Mauael. Kr
rora: Olaon. Johnaton. Bancroft. Rawllnga,
Kabf. T'o-haaa Mia: Nala. Dabarry,
Schmanrlt. Hnyrlcr. Thraa-baa hlta: Raw
llnga. Horn runa: euaal. Stolen baaca:
Shlnnar, Neta. Groh. Iinubla playa: Pan
rroft to Rao-ling, to Kelly: Olaon to lliah'
to Hchmandt. Left on base: New York.
II; Brooklyn. I. Baae on balla: Off Nchf,
4; Ruether. . Struck out: By Ruetber.
7. Ilita: Off Nahf, T In Inning. ; off
Shea. 1 In I Inning, lilt by pitched hall:
High, by Nahf. Ln.lg pitcher: Nebf. Um
pire. .O'Pay and Hart. Time: 2:0.
' Cubs, 7; Reds. 3.
Cincinnati, O., April 12. A capaci
ty crowd witnessed the defeat of
Cincinnati in the opener today when
Chicago defeated the Reds by a
score of 7 to 3. Superb pitching by
Alexander was mainly responsible
for the visiting team's victory. Rixcy
was hit hard in the seventh when
five hits drove in four runs and
clinched the game for the visitors.
i he score:
cixciNVATr. I cmcAoo.
AB.H.O. A I AR. HO. A.
4 13 0 Wile, rr .1110
1 01 Hr.lln.-her. a. .113
4 1 Kelleher. 3b 414
l nrlmea. Ih 4 3 1.1 0
01 Frlherg. rf S 1 1 0
XI Miller. If 4 18 0
1 XI Krug. Ib 4 i 0 4
llH.rtnett. e , 3 00
4 Alexander, p 3 10 3
34 It !7 II
Total. X T 3T 1T
xBatted for Couch In eighth.
Score hy Innings:
Cincinnati. 0 1 0 0 0 ! 03
Chicago Jl 0 D o i 4 o 07
Summary Runa: Neale, Bonne, Harper,
Btata. Hlllocher, Kelleher, Orlmea, Friberg.
Krug. Alexander. Errora: Duncan, Plnalll.
Two-baao hlta: Krug. Alexander. Three
baao hita: Plnelli. Stolen baaea: Bohne,
Panllll. Friberg. Sacrifice hlta: Friberg,
Hartnett (2), Duncan. Pouble playa: Kel
leher to Hollocher to Orlmea: Couch to
Bohna. Left on baae: Cincinnati, 4; Chi
cago. S. Baae on balla: Off Rlxey. 1; off
Couch 1: off Alexander. 1. Struck out:
By Alexander, 4. Hits: Off Kfxxey. 10 In
( 1-S innlnga; off Couch, 1 In 1 2-S In
nlnpa: off Gllleaple, 0 In 1 Inning. Hit hy
pitched . ball: Orlmea. by Couch.- Wild
pitch: Alexander. Umpires: Klem and
Sentelle. Losing pitcher: Rlxey. Time:
. Cards, 10; Pirates, 1. -St.
Louis. Mo.. Aoril 12. The
Cardinals opened the 1922 National
league season here today before a
crowd estimated at 8,000, with a 10
to 1 victory over Pittsburgh. Gainer,
substituting at first basc for the
Cardinals, drove in' live runs and
Hornsby batted out a homer. Score:
AR. H. O. A
AR. H. 0. A.
M.nn. rf 5 111
Gainer, Ih 4 3 13
Stock. '3b 4 33
Homaby, 2b 4 3 0 6
Schults. rf 4 10
McRenrr. If 3 111
Torporrer, at 3 0 S S
Olanwme. o 0 1 0
Sherdfl. p - 4 3 0 1
Stewart. 3b 4 0 0 ?
rarer, ir 4 0 0 0
Rltbea. cf 4 1 01
Trayner. Xb 4 0 0 1
Mokan. rr .4310
Grimm, lb X 1 10 01
Gooch. o . 3 00
Cooper, p 1 1 0
Totals 82 7 34 121
. 34 11 27 15
Score by mnlngs: 4
Flttaburgh 00001000 01
St. Loul ..3 0 4 0 0 1 2 x 10
Summary Runa: Grimm, Mann, Gainer
(2). Stock. Hornsby. Schultx. McHenry.
Clcmon, Sherdel (2). Errors: Mokan, Tor-
porcer. Two-basa hits: Mara nvi lie, Grlmme,
Mokan, Gainer. Thrae-baae hits: Gainer,
Stock. Home run: Hornaby. Sacrifice
hit: Torporcer. Left on baaea: Pittsburgh,
5; St. Louis. S. Baas on balls: Off Cooper,
4; off Sherdel, 1. Struck out: By Cooper,
2. Passed ball: Gooch. . Time: 1:40.
Phillies, 7; Braves, 1. '
Philadelphia, April 12. Boston
proved very acceptable as an Open-'
ing today, for Philadelphia won with
ease, 7 to 1. Lee Meadows allowed
the Braves but four . scattered hits,
while the Phillies got to Oeschger
for eight. ' ; . '.
Meadows' only sign' of weakness
came in the fourth when he allowed
two of the four hits the Braves. se
cured. Cruise's two-base hit and
Ford's single were responsible - for
the only Boston score.....
BOSTOV. I PHTLADEMTnA.
AR. R. O. A.I AR.H.O.A.
Powell, cf 4 0 2 01 rb'rresu. If X 3 0
Korf. as 4 0 3 XI Raop. 3h 3 0 13
Southsr'tb. rf 4 1 2 II Walker, rf .4.0 0 0
rruiaa. If 4 11 11 Williams, cf 4 3 2 0
Roeckel. 3b 4 1 1 XI Taelie. lb , 0 11 0
Holke. lb X 8 11 01 Fletcher. 4 2 1 7
Ford. 3b X 1 0 XI Parkinson. 2b X 1 1
OowrlT. e X 0 5 01 Kenline. 0 1 8 0
Oescbger. p 3 0 SI Meadows, p - 0 1 X
Total. 31 T S3 14 Totals 2 8 27 13
Score by Innings: "
Boston .-.0 0 0 1 0 0 (TO 01
Philadelphia tlC0S x 7
Summary Runa: Cruise. Walker, Wil
liams. Fletcher (2). Parkinson (21. Hen
line. Errors: None. Two-baao hlta: Boeckel,
Cruise, Williams, T,ebourveau. Home run:
Parkinson. Sacrifice hit: Bapp. Double
play: Chutsa to Konf to Holke. Left on
baae: Boston. 7: Philadelphia. 4. - Base
on balls: Off Meadowa. 3. Struck out: By
Meadows. 1 : by Oeschger. t. Hit bv pitched
ball: Gowdy. bv Meadows: Meadows, by
Oeschger. Wild pitch: Oeschger. lTm
plres: -Rlgler and PhlAman. Time: 1:55.
1924 Olympic Games to Be
. Held at Colombes, France
Paris, April 12. (By A. P.)-The
French Olympic, committee has de
cided to hold the 1924 Olym
pic games at Colombes, a suburb of
Paris, it was announced today. It
will organize th. games without the
held of the Paris municipal council
and Stage them on the grounds of
the racing club of France, which has
undertaken to build a stadium.
BY THE BUFFALOES-
ABR ItrOA E
Cialaaon, 2b 4 -1 0 1 7 1
Sn.decor, lb 3 119 11
Grantham. 3b 4 12 12 0
Manush, cf........ S 2 2 3 0 0
Griffin, rf 3 2 2 3 0 0
Herman, If 4 0 2 1 0 0
Wilcox, si 2 1 0 S 4 0
I.ingle, c.t 2 2 0 4 0 0
Okne, p 3 0 1 0 2 0
Totals 32 10 10 27 16 1
ABR IITOA E
Pitt, rf 5 0 1 1 0 0
Maey, 2b S 0 1 3 3 1
Middleton, If S 1 2 1 1 0
Bates, lb 3 0 2 12 0 0
Fisher, c 2 0 0 2 0 1
Long, e 2 114 10
LaSalle, ss 3 1 0 0 3 0
Tate, 3b 2 0 0 0 1 1
Philpott, cf 3 0 0 2 0 0
Young, p 2 0 0 0 3 0
Bogart, p 2 0 10 10
Hetly 1 0 0 0 0 0
Love, p 0 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 37 3 8 27 IS
Batted for Bogart in eighth.
Omaha 0 200S003 010
Oklahoma C. 1000020003
Two bate hit. Bates; home run.
Griffin; sacrifice, Grantham, Wilcox,
Okrie; stolen bases, Pitt, Snedecor
2; Gislason, Grantham, Lingle; bases
on sails, off Young. 3; Bogart, 2;
Okrie, 3; hit by pitched ball. Phil
pott by Okrie; Lingle by Bogart;
runs and hits, off Young, 7 and 7 in
five inningss; Bogart, 3 and 2 in
three; Love, 0 and in one; struck
out. by Young, 2, Bogart, 3; Love,
1; Okrie, 2; double play, Massey to
Bates; legt on bases, Omaha, 4;
Oklahoma City, 8. Time, 1:50. Um
pires, McGloom and Anderson.
Expects to Have
From all indications, South High
will have a first-class track team this
spring. Although Coach Patton and
his men have been out only a few
nights, the "pep" and enthusiasm
shown by the tracksters, is very
gratifying to the Packer mentor.
Spencer and Gilbreth will in all
probality show their heels to the
other candidates for the 100, 220 and
440 runs. Hutchinson and Iczlak
are out for the 880. The mile run
will be taken care of by Pujus, Gil
breth, Seymour, Nixon, Trussel and
Emmuel, while Holmbery," Emmuel
and Braunur will run the half mile.
These men are all fast and Patton ex
pects them to make good records
' In the broad jump Spencer seems
to have full sway. He has a record
of 19 feet, 10 inches. Hutchinson,
Townsend and Ackerman look best
in the high jump. !
In-Bryan, Kuitz, Wakefield, Nix
on, Pratt and Caldwell, Patton has
a bunch of huskies who should
break the record in the shotput and
The South High coach expects to
have his-men in good condition for
the "fcity meet. May 5. ,
, Zbyszko Beats Qgsman
Houston, Tex., April 12. Stan
islaus Zbyszko, ' former heavyweight
wrestling : champion, won in two
straight falls from Yussif Ossman,
Turkish wrestler, here last night.
College Student Hit
With Golf Ball Dies
, Haverford, Pv April 12.Pau
Flagler Turner, a student at Hav
erford college, is dead as the result
of a fractured skull received while
playing golf. He stepped behind a
classmate just as the latter swung
his club for a drive. Turner re
ceived the full force of the back
swing on the head. He died yes
terday a few hours after being in
jured. Scott Can't Get
Boston, April 12. Cancellation of
the trade by which Cincinnati gave
to the Braves Pitcher Rube Mar
quard and Shortstop Larry Kopf -in
exchange for Pitcher John Scott, is
said to be under consideration by
August Herrrnann, owner, and Pat
Moran, manager of the Reds. The
fact that Scott's pitching arm hat
been bad all Spring has caused the
Reds to question whether the
Braves management knew his' con
dition when the trade was made.
Manager Mitchell of the Boston
Today in Ring History
Flfty-Ftre Tea Ago.
The first real battle for the champion
ship of America was staged in California,
near San Francisco, with Tom Chandler,
who claimed the title, and Dooney Harris,
challenger, as principals. The men fought
for JS.OOn a side, bare knuckles. Chandler
won in 23 rounds.
Thirty-One Tears Ago. v
Alec Greggina won from Ed Lynch, San
Francisco, three rounds.
Twenty-Three Yean Age.
Casper Leon teat Finkey Evans, Yoa
kers, N. T., 20 rounds.
Twenty-Two Team Ago.
Young Corbett lost to Benny T.ng.r,
Denver, eight round.
Thirteen Tears As.
AI Kaufman agalnat Tony Ross, no de
cision, New Tork,- 10 rounds.
Twelve Years Ago.
Tommy Kilbane agalnat Jack White, aa
decision. Windaor, Ont., eight rounds.
Eight Year Ago.
Johnny Kilbane agalnat Frankl Dalley,
v deciaion, Philadelphia, six rounds.
Fear Years Ago.
J'sa Wlllarrl knocked out Can Daley,
Buffola, N. Y., a rounds.
Benny Leonard knocked out Jack Brai
xo, Philadelphia. lour round.
Brothers Play Same Position
Ths only two brothers playing the tarns position en the tarn
major league, team art Virgil and Jew Barnes, both of whom art
pected to add much strength to tht twirling dtpirtrncnt of John J.
McGraw'i world champion Ntw York Giants.
fiv it v.dS' -i '
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Sheriff Gus Hyers Will Umpire
Game Between Court House Teams
State Sheriff Gus Hyers will offi
ciate at a ball game to be staged
April 23 at Dewey field between
the teams representing the county
treasurer's office and a club from the
Hyers selection came only after
managers of both teams became.
deadlocked over an umpire.
L "Pat" Welch, manager of the
county cops, announced that his
pitching ace, Nick Halter, is in
perfect condition. Jo.e Bclitz will dor
the twirling for the "money clerks."
The treasurer's team is called the
"League of Nations" because i the
number of nationalities on the team.
Lineup for the sheriffs will be:
Hoye, left field.
Chrlstenaen, 'right field.
Musgrave, center field.
Ray Johnson, first baae. '
Quackenbush, second base.
McCabe, third base.
Charles Johnson, pitch.
Joe Belitz, who - manages the
treasurer's team, says will lineup will
Belits, pitch. :
Worm, first base.
Bazar, second base. v
Jankowskl. third base. ,
Fead, right field.
Buckley, center field.
O'Leary, left field.
Ray Maxwell Signs
With "Pat" Ragan
Ray Maxwell, well-known semi-
pro and amateur ball player, who
played with the Watertown, S. D.,
town team last year, has signed up
to play with "Pat" Ragan's Water
loo, la., club this season.
Ragan. it-is said, purchased Max
well's release from the Watertown
club for $100. s
Wing in Shape
Call Off Deal
team said there- was no reason to
doubt Scott's condition at the time.
The' Red management is reported
to be gathering facts for submission
to Commissioner Landis. Scott is
reported to have said that his arm
troubled him toward the close of the
last season. :
Cincinnati, O., 'April 12. An X
ray examination of the right shoul
der of Pitcher John Scott shows
that the capsular . ligament and the
shoyider-knuckles are seriously dis
placed. Dr. H. H. Hines, the club
physician, said in his report to Au
gust Herrmann, president of the
Reds. He must be out of the game
several weeks, if not all season, Dr.
Toledo, O., April 12 R. H. E.
Kansas City 62
Toledo 4 6 4
Batteries: Morrla and McCarty; Wright,
Bedient and Kocher. Ten innings.
Columbus, O., April 12 R. H. E.
Milwaukee 4 IS 1
Columbus II 2
Batteries: Scaack and Goasett; Burwall
and Hartley. Fourteen Innings.
Louisville, Ky., April 1 R. H. E.
Minneapolis 1 I
Louisville IS 1
Batteries: Smallwood. Schaeur. Tingling
and Mayer: Ttncup, Estelle and Meyer.
Indianapolis, April 12.
St. Psul ,
Batteries: Sheehan and
Bartlett and Krueger.
R. H. E.
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at Pin Meet
THE fourth day's attack on the
maple sticks at the Omaha al
leys last night failed to develop
any startling news along the lines
of high scores among the seventh
annual Nebraska State bowling
G. Gibson and his individual game
score of 602 was the only high mark
tacked up on the chart last night.
The Omaha bowler, by virtue of his
score, rolled into fourth place in the
singles. F. Pepper of Grand Island
and his 599 score was shoved down
into fifth place as a result of "Gib
W. McCabe bowled into ninth
place with a 578 score. The other
scores in the singles failed to get
into the standings ot the money
C. Wenke and L. Batchelder land
ed in third place in the standings of
the doubles event fast night when
they knocked 1,125 pins down the
alleys. Wenke shot a 576 game,
while his partner dumped 549 stocks,
The fifth dav events of the state
tournament start tonight at 7
o'clock with local bowlers compet
ing. Close followers of the sticks
predict high scores in tonights
The Sciple brothers, state doubles
champs and their 1,231 score, which
won them Jhe championship, are
scheduled to roll early tonight. Their
state title score has already gone by
9 Rnnrrl.T. Hunt M98
a. Gibsoa-M, Kliinaman....; M02
W.: Getsfrlt-J. Looney ;.. .1,04
C. Wenke-L. Batchelder .1,126
0. Bloemer-R. Pursehouse.
B. Koran-J. Koran ..
J. Runa-T. Francl....
R. Toung-J. King....'
J. Klanck-W. Voss, ........
1. Thomas-E. Flanagan......
R. Maurer-F. Sodomek
W. McCabe-J. London 1.002
W. McCabe,' 578: J. London, 636; S.
Boord. 471: J. Hunt. 664: G. Oilson. 602:
M. Kinnaman, 666; J. Klanck. 643; W.
Voss. 502; J. Looney, 483; C. Bund, 431;
J. Runa, 478; T. Francl, 643; B. Koran,
634; J. Koran, 453; C. Wenke, 501: L.
Batchelder, 449; R. Young. 638; J. King,
493; O. Bloeraer, 616; R. Meurar, 487; F.
Sodomek, 472. . ,
Charlie Schnell Quits
"Gym" to Peddle Cigars
Charlie Schnell, prominent in box
ing circles in Omajha, has deserted
the gymnasium to peddle cigars over
the counter at the baseball headquar
ters. Safe or Out
Q. The ball hits the home plate when
it is batted, then bounds up and hits the
batter. Why is this a foul
A. Because the hatter Is considered as
on foul ground when in the batter' box.
Q. The batter receives a baae on balls
and scores on a three-base hit. Ia this an
Q. Who suggested th earned run In
A. Harry Chadwirk is entitled to that
Q. If a runner en second decides te
run to third dor that force s runner Od
third off his baae?
A, o runner can force another off hi
baae. The forced play begin with the
Q. Suppoae a batter hits a three-bagger
on a pitched ball which ia called a
balk. What happens?
.A The batter mint coma back and bat
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OaaaJi. IS Oklahoma 4 My. I,
St. Joapk. ; !we Main, I,
Mlrhlie. ( Itenver, I.
ie CUy. ! Tulsa, t,
Oaaaka at Oltlaaema III).
Denver el Miehita.
Da Meinea at St. Joseph,
lout City al Tulea.
W. K rat I W. U P"i.
SraoMie I I u New sYik .
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reusarhl I l.sou. kW 1 .
Brooklyn, 4: H'w Tork, I,
St. Louie. 1: I'ltlabuigli, 1.
( hlcago. T: Cincinnati, I.
Philadelphia. 7; Ho.tun. I.
Beaton at I'hlladelphi.
Brooklyn at New Votk,
Pittsburgh at lt. Louis,
Cbicato St Cincinnati.
W. I. Pet W, I.. Prt.
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hi Imii. I s I. ooo mii.ao ,oo
M Miin.teo I S I Owl K.w 1 ark I .
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flavel.nd. Tj Detroit. 4.
hi. I.ouia. J; Chicago. 3,
Washington, t: New York. t.
Philadelphia. J; lioaton, t.
SI. Louis at Chicago,
lutroit at Cleveland.
New York at Washington.
Philadelphia at Boston.
W. I Prt.l W. U Prt.
Pml I 0 .noo Indianapolis 1 .ono
Kikui t 'lty I 0 ono i Toledo I .nao
MmSMpoll 1 0 I 0O0I IsMilkflll 1 .oimi
I'oUusUu 1 l.oooi Milwaukee 1 .000
St. Psul. 1; Indlanapolla, 0,
Kanaaa City, 6; Toledo. 4.
Minneapolis. ; Louisville, 8.
Columbus, 6; Milwaukee, 4. ,
Ksnsss City at Toledo.
Milwaukee at Columbus.
St. Paul at Indianapolis.
Minneapolis at Louisville.
at Cr eight on
"Chuck" Moriarty, coach of the
Crcighton university track athletes,
will get a line on his men April 29,
when the cinder kickers at the Hill
top knowledge foundry compete in
the combination Intercollcge, inter
class and interfraternity meet. The
meet, will be held at the Crcighton
field. The following events will be
on the program:
100, 220, 440, 880, mile, 120-yard high
hurdles, 220-yard ' low hurdles, high
jump, broad jump, shot put, pole vault.
and the half-mile relay race (each man
to run 2:0 yards). 1 .
In the ' 100 yards Erhart and South
are expected to place; In the 220 Flynn
and vasco; In .the 440 run Oruntner,
Qulnn and Mahoney; In the 880 yard run
Burger and Mettenmelr; in the mile-
run, Burger and Trautman; In 120 high
hurdles Urunther and Severn. Low hur
dles will have -Kelley. Frederlckson and
Qrowney; high jump. Burger, Rogers and
Kadcia; broad jump, yuinn, wicKnem ana
Jerry Bolen; shot put, Splttler, Me
Aleer. Spinharney; discus, McAleer, Vsn
Ackeren. Emery, Darcy amd Stech; pole
vsult. Stone. Kerrigan,. Webber, Tom
O'Brien. The four men of the relay
team will be picked out ot the dashes.
Meets acheduled to date are Nebraska
Wesleyan in Omaha May 13; University
of South Dakota at Vermillion May 20;
ths conference meet at Brookings, May 27.
Pros Offer Bambino
$100,000 to Play
Chfcago, April 12. "Babe"
Ruth, with the ates of American
league parks closed to him for 38
days, has been offered $100,000
for his playing services if he will
join a semiprofessional team here.
That was the figure named by the
team manager at a meeting of his
association last night. He drew
A call for cold facts produced
a document from the manager of
the Chicagos, the City Hall team
in the midwest league) showing
that he had signed Dick Kerr,
former Chicago American pitcher.
Taste is a matter of
We ttate it a our honest
belief that the tobacco used
in Chesterfield are of finer
quality (and hence of better
taite) than in any other
cigarette at the price.
Out of Win
First Ball and
Both Teams Pile. Up Total of
Lone, While Hrownt and
Washhijrton, April 12.
President Harding, Vice Pres.
ident Coolidge. members of
the cabinet and many, others
high in official life were in
the record-breaking crowd of
25,000 that saw Washington
w in the opening game of the
jeason today from the New
York Yankees, champions of
the American league. The
score was 6 to 5.
President Harding threw
out the first ball and kept his
own score, jotting down the
plays on a regulation score
card. Ho appeared to enjoy
every minute of the more than
two hours of play.
The president va accompanied
by Mr. Harding and Secretaries
I Inches, and Weeks.
Both Mogridge and Jones were
hit hard in the rtarly innings, the
two teams piling up a total of 11
doubles, most of which wont into
the crowd which formed a circle
arrnnd the outfield.
NEW YORK. t WASIIINfiTOV.
AH. II O A I AH. H O a
Miller, ef If S fllJiidte. lb II 1
Fewl.r. If-cf 4 1-2 llpwklnp'.ICs. 4 I .1 I
n.Ur. 3b 3 0 1 XiHmith. If 4 11
Mi-.Miiun. rr 4 a 1 o Hi,-., rf
1'ippl. lb 4 11 o'i;lin. rf
Ward. Sh .1 I 31 Harris. ;h
KV-ntt. h 2 12 4,Sl..nki. li
fMiani, t .IS I' Clurrnr. e
Jonn. p 1 .1 Motrlilj., p
Tr.UI. 24 24 HI TnUll ''
4 0 0 0
4 S 3
m is V" id
Mcora ny innings:
ew Tork 0 4 1 0 0 0 0 I
Summary nun.: Miller, Plppl (2),
Hrhanr. Jones, Judge. Fecklnpaugh. ITarria
:. Shanks, Mngrlrtge. Rrrors: Smith,
Pecklnpsugh. Shanks. Two-hsse hits:
Rice. Jones. Miller 2. Harris (21. Rrhang,
Judge (2), Ward, Shanks. Sacrifice hits:
Few.ter, Ward. Schsng. Double play:
Scott to Plpp. Left on bsses: New Tork.
: Wsshlngton. 7. Base on hslls: Off
Mogridge, 3; off Jones, 1. Struck out: By
Mogridge, 4; by Jones. 2. Hit hy pitched
hell: Jones, hy Mogridge. Wild pitch:
Jon-a. Tassed balls: Schsng (2), Um
pires: Owens and Chill. Time: 2:08.
Indians, 7; Tigers, 4. '
Cleveland, O., April 12. Cleve
land opened the season with 7 to
4 victory over Detroit, Morton out
pitching Oldham and Olsen. Cleve
land bunched its hits, Mclnnis play
ing, his first game as an Indian,
leading with' a single, double and
a triple. Veach of Detroit hit a
home run with none on. .
Cold weather held the attendance
PETBOIT. I CLEVELAND.
AB. n.O.A. AR.H.O.A.
4 2 10 IIErln. If 4 0 2 0
f utaliaw, 2b 4
Ve.ch. If 4
HeUmann, rf 4
Jones. 3b IS
Flssntesd. cf 2
Bssftler, c 4
Oldham, p 3
OIen. p 0
3 -lamieiton, Ir 10 0 0
0! W'hwma. 2b 3 3 n
0! Speiker, cf 4 0 2 0
41 Mclnnis, lb 4 3 11 0
Sewell. as 2 13 3
Gardner. 3b 4 2 10
Wood, rf 4 20
Nunnmaker, 0 3 13 0
Morton, p 3 10 7
33 12 !
0 24 ml
xBatted for Oldham In seventh.
fcxBatted for Blgney in ninth.
Score bv Innines:
Detroit 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 0 04
Cleveland 0 2 00 3 0 2 0 x 7
Summary Runs: Veach, Hellman, Jones,
FIsgstesd. Wambsgsnss, Mclnnis (2),
Pewell. Gardner, Wood. Errors: Rlgney
(3). . Oldham, Gardner. Two-base hits:
Odlham, Hellman, Wood, Mclnnis. Three
bas hits: Mclnnis. Home run: Veach.
Stolen bsses: Jones. Fewell. Sacrifice hits:
Rigney (2). Nunamaker. Morton. Double
plays: Jones to Blue; Blue to Rigney to
Oldham to Blue: Jones to Cutshaw to
Blue; Morton to Sewell to Mclnnis. Left
on- bases: Detroit. 12: Cleveland. 7. Base
on balls: Off Oldham, 1: off Oleson, 1;
off Morton, 7. Struck out: By Oldham,
2: by Morton. 3. Hits: Off Oldham, In
Olnnlngs: off Olsen. 3 In 2 Innings. Hit
by pitched ball: Sewell, by Oldham. Wild
Pitcn: Morton, . uisen. nosing pitcher:
Oldham. Time: 2:31. - 1
Browns, 3; White Sox, 2.
Chicago, IU.,r April 12. St. Louis
got off to a flying start today and
defeated Chicago 3 to 2, in open
ing game - of the American league
season here. The two Urbans
Faber and Shocker were on the
of Turkish and Domestic tobaccoibkndii
Entry, 10 to 1
h'aat Leads Attack for Witcliei
With Two Home Rum
Scores Four Runs
Packers Heat Tulsa.
Wichita, Kan., April 12.
The 1921 champions opened
the season here today with an
easy victory over Denver, 10
to 1. Gregory held the visi
tors easily, while his mates hit
hard in the early innings. East
led the attack with two home
runs, which scored four runs.
, The score:
ah. n o. a ah. no a.
Pssa. If I s'flrima. SI
Ni r.nter, If Herpr s 4 I I f
JwildMi, It II I llWaahsura, lb 114
Wruht. rh I I 4r.M, rf 4 11
Sh,i.r. lb 4 II nitkealey. If 4 1
II.M.es. rf 4 I Sailer. 3b
l-.. rf 41 ai Mriiovrll. Still
I'.m., a. 4 I ' nils. 4 11
I'.rker, a 4 1 'bteurf, S 4 I
Bhiok. p II -
iNisnh !!! Total. If l tt II
Ttila 37 illll
sltaited for niunk In ninth.
avnre by innlnga: ...
Denver ! 1
Wit-hit 1 t 1 I !
nummary Runa: I .on, flrlffln. Bsrgar
Cl. Ws.lihurn. Esst 121, Blskealev ill,
Butler, McDowell, Krrnra: Shsnlay. Blunk,
Ws.hburn. Kaat. Butler, McDowell. 8a.-.
riftra hit: Berger. Two-hae hit: Ting.
Smlih. tlrlffin, McDowell, Uregory. Three,
basn hit: Klakesley, Home runa: Eaat (21.
Slolrn base: Huller. Double playa: Patter
son to Wright to Shsnlay; Patterson le
Sltsnley; Berger to Wsshhurn to Haley;
Wright to Tatterson to Shanley. Struck
out: By Blunk. 2; by Orcgory, 4. Base
on hslls: Off Blunk, I. Left en tesest
Wlrhlts. : Denver, . Umpires: Ander
son and Dnnahua. Time: 1:164.
mound, and the former held the vis
itor to three hits while the latter
was touched for nine. Faber, how
ever, issued three walks and two
of them developed into runs.
A crowd, estimated at twenty
thousand, witnessed the game.
ST. LOI'IS. I CDICAIO.
AH. H O. A l AB.IT. 0 1.
Tnhin. rf 3 0 1 0 Jr.hnsrin. aa S 1 S
Kllerhe. r.b 3 0 1 3 Mn lellan. 8b 4 1 0
Hlsler. Ill 4 1 13 lll-nlllnt, 2b 4 14 1
Wlllltmi, if 0 01 Hooper, rf t 1 1 0
Jsrolw.li. cf 4 I 3 0' Htrunk. ef 440
Herereld. e 4 I O'r.lk. If 4 0 3
I'.erhrr. ss 9 0S 31 Rherlr, lb 4 I I
MrManus, 2b 3 0 1 3ISrh.Hl, e 4 S S 1
Shocker, p 3 0 1 3 Fiber, p 3 3 0 L-
Tntil. "5 27 T3 Total. 3 " 27
Score by innlnga:
St. Louis J00010 0
Chlrago 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 a
nummary Runs: Town. Bluer, williama,
Schalk. Errors: Tohln, McClellan. Two
base hits: Slsler, Schalk. Stolen bsse:
Hooper. Sacrifice hits: Ellerbe, Hooper,
Johnson, MrManus. Double play: Oerber
to McManus to Si.ler. Left on rAtse: St.
Louis, I; t'hlrsgo. 6. Base on ball: Off
Faher. 3; off Shocker, 1. Struck out: By
Faher, 4: by Shocker, i. Umpires: Hilda
brand and Moriarty. Time: 1:45.
Athletics, 3; Red Sox, 2.
Boston. April 12. Philadelphia de
feated Boston, 3 to 2, in opening of
local season today. Boston obtaiuerd
an early lead and then permitted
Philadelphia to come from behind in
the seventh and score two rums on
two errors. The batting of fGallo
way, who made two doubles and a
sinele. featured. Score:
PHILADELPHIA. I BOSTOV.
Brarlll. It 1 1 0 2lMenr,rirr. cf 4 2 0 0
Johnaton. lb .1 0 12 ll Smith, rf 1 t 0
Mrftmran. cf 0 OlThissn. 3b 10 0 0
Welch, rf 41 01 Pratt. 2b S 1 2 4
Miller, if 3 0 2 ol Harris, If 3 12 0
Perklna, o 4 0 3 31 Rurn.. lb 4 0 13 0
Drkes. 5b 4 12 2lpifer. b-rf 4 113
!allow.y. .. 4 3 4 3'O'Rourke, aa 403
Navtor. n 1
p I l n iiRuei. o a o s i
Erkert. n , 0 0 0
iigmnn. p a u
xJ. W.lker . 0 0 0 01
jiH.lmac. p 0 0 1 31
81 1 27 1
Totals S3 27 1M
xBatted for Erk-rt In fourth.
xxBatted for Gckert In fifth.
Score by. Innings:
Phllarlelnhla 00001020 0 3
Boston 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 02
Summary Buna: Galloway 3). Helmac,
Smith, Buel. Errors: Brszlll, Pittenger,
Ruel. Qulnn. Two-base hits: Qulnn, Oallo
wav (2), Menosky. Sacrifice hits: Smith.
Miller, Heimso (2). Double plays:
O'Rourke to Burns; Galloway to Dyke to ,
Johnston: Pratt to O'Rourke to Burns. '
Left on bases: Philadelphia, ; Boston, 6.
Base on balls: Off Naylor. J: off Qulnn,
2. Struck out: By Naylor. : by Qulnn,
3. Hits: Off Naylor. 8 In I Innings tnon
out in xourtni; orr n-cKen, o in i inning;
Helmac, 4 In 8 Innings, Wild pitch:
wuinn. winning pucner; xieimao. um
pires: Connolly, Wilso and Walsh. Time:
Five Horses Arrive
at Ak-Sar-Ben Stables
Five, head of running horses ar
rived at the Ak-Sar-Ben track yes
terday from Guide Rock, Neb. The
runners will be entered in the annual
spring running meet here June 3
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