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MB BKK: OMAHA. FRIDAY. Al'KIL lU. I Witt.
Iic&ito Pounds Four Omaha Hurkrs Hard and Wins, Opener, 13 to 6
Izzics Collect '
.Maun It Touclirt for Ten If its
hy Local Berger Get
Four Hiti Out of Five
Tripi to Plate.
WifhiU, Kan, April 20, Wichita
pounded four Omaha pitcher today
ui) took the f irkt game of the terie.
IJ to 6. in a ild exlubiiiop of bae
ball. The cor;
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tui u la it it t
Mlt far Wrrlngtoa la faarlk.
. Hlt fee linfiwi la eighth.
' Hroreby inning, t
Omaha '............ Il1
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Summary sacrifice hill Holler. Tee.
hase hll.l ftnrdeeer. Herman, Merger, !
Haahbnra. Kaal. "Helen heart laa.
, Hll.i Off RMannlHr, t la lanlnarei
ff Wlglngtoa. t la I -a Inningi aff INTO
man, a la 4 laningai aff t oiflndaffer. 4
In 1 Inning. Double atari l.raaihaia la
Otslaaon la edernr. Mruek aatl Br
Maun, 4 1 hy Hamgardner, 1 1 hy Urag
nan, tl br Csglladeffrr. t. Bases aa
, halUt Off Maun, at aff Haumgardaer. ai
aff Prat-man, l aff t'offlndeffer, 1. Left
aa baafai Wichita, li Omaha, 4. Wild
pttrheai fly Mann, tl ky Itrugmaa. I.
' t'mniresi Wurnslds and tltspatrlek. Tlaia
Bf sael S;0.
Indian., at Hears. 81
, Oklahoma City, April 24. Oklahoma
I'll Ml Bardie and Zwelful hard In two
innings today while Vounf pitched con
latently all the way and tha Indian!
aaaily took tha flrat from Denver, a to !.
DIMM. I OKLAHOMA CITY.'
Ti.inhar. If 4 4 4
T. Loaf, rf 4 0 J
ttoswa, rf 4 15
ManLy. lb 4 s a
Patterson. Sb 4 4 1
Romcer. 4 4
' Rsnnter, a) 4 1 4
Beadle, p 14
. xJlnklns 114
: XwstfuL p 14 0
Totals' 34 4 it 17
4i Pltl. ff
31 U8.ll.. U
0 Mloitletan, If
lis. Moon. U
01 Rates. Ill
4' Ht.Ur. ef
I J. Imi.
41 Filter, o
II Touna. P
4 14 4
4 14 0
4 a ij i
4 1 4 t
4 14 4
4 1 4 4
1 0 1 5
34 13 ir 13
i Batted for Beedle In the alxth.
Score by Innings:
' Tienver x 4 4 0 1 1 4 43
- Oklahoma City 10001110 x I
Summary Rune: Shanley, Jlnklna, Pitt,
, Middleton fl), Batn C). Maty. Heat
. ly, J. Lon. Error.: Wrliht, LaSall.
Two-baa Mti: Wright, 8hanly (S). Mld
4 dlaton, Tata, Long. Threa-ba.o hit: Ht
ly. Saerlflra hlta: L.Salle. Tounr. Stolen
bate: T. Lonir. Plrat ba.o on ball.: Off
Baedla, 3; off Zwelful, 1; off Touna. 1.
? "truck out: By Tounr, 2. Left on baaaa:
. Danvar, 4: Oklahoma City, 1. Tlma of
tame: 1:40. Umpires: Holmca and An
Ollera, 14; Booatcra, f.
Tulsa, April 10. Tha Ollora ataered
''Lefty" Black today and trounced Dee
Molnea. 14 to 4. In tha aerlea opener.
. Bennett. Stuart, Thompson and Da via and
' Lei 1 veil hit homers.
DES MOINES. I TL'L8A.
i in II I) 1.1 AR.It.O.A.
4 4 1 r.lKannftt. cf 5 t 1 0
S 4 1 1 hi in r i, ir n a 3 a
4 4 3' Paris, rf 5 8 14
J ftl Bmiin.ii. 24 4 11.2
is; uihtit. lb 4 s n o
i 3 0i Thomiuon, Sb 3 t 4
1 4 nlMKilnnis. aa 4 1 1 R
1 3 I'Trntlw. c 5 14 0
1 0 2l Itlrhinnnd. p 4 0 4 4
4 0 mnauihl.Dd, P S 0 J
4 0 01
I TOI.I! V 10 SI II
t V.an.r, b
: Turtann, I.
. Milan, ff
:. ITnrun, If
i Una, a
Totala 34 14 54 101
Score by innings
' Tfn Moines 3 1 2 0 4 0 0 4 0 4
.." lulsa : 0 14 6 S 1 x 14
' Summary Runa: Tteagan, Wagnner,
Turgeon, Milan, Horan, Brcen, Bennett,
"..Stuart (81. Pavla (2), Bauman. I.elivelt
i-;U. Thomiwan. Crosby. Hauahland. Krrora:
S B.agan, Wfgner, Turgeon, "Two-base
- bits: Bennett. Wagner, Thompson, Ho
i'ran, Stuart. Davis (!), Black, Crosby.
Home runs! Bennett. Davla, Breen,
Ntuart. Thompson, Leltvelt. Sacrifice hits:
t Bennett. Graham. Stolen baaea: Bauman
(2), Lallvclt. First base on balls: Off
'Richmond, 3: off Black, 3: off Taylor, 1.
Struck out! Bv Richmond. 1; by Haugh-
land, 4: by Blnck. 2. - Hit by pitched
ball: Stuart by Taylor. Runs and hits:
; Off Richmond. 3 and 3 In 2-3 Inning;
, off Black, 10 and 12 In 6 1-3 Innings. Left
on bases: Tulsa, 14: Des Moines. 4. Time
of game: 1:45. Umpires: McOloom and
' -i Saints, 111 Packer., 10. ,
' St. Joseph, April SO. St. Joseph won
I ha ninth straight game today by defeat
ing Sioux City In the opening gama of
'. the series with the Packers, 11 to 10.
The Saints had to overcome a nine run
lead to continue their, unbroken string
: of victories. Grovcr brought In the first
two runs for St. Joseph with a hom run
over th leftfleld fenca In the fourth
.". Inninc ;
SIODX CTTT. '. ST. JOSEPH.
All. H O. A. , AB.R.O.A.
HimiltOO. 88 0 3 3 .1 V,roT.r. ID 9 I XV I
Hemltlfn'r. 2b S 1 3 3! rnrrlden. If 4 3 3 4
'. Sljh. cf 4 11 0 Fliher. rf 4 0 10
M.U. lb 4 14 llnoneirlti, cf 3 1 1 4
; " Oitertard. rf 5 4 3 0! T.rate, .8 6 3 0 3
SoMaon. U 4 1 1 01 VcDnmld. Sb 4 3 4 3
' V.rr. 3b 5 4 4 Si Nuftr, 2b ,4 3 4 4
QiJ.rr. o .57 ol Rrabowtkl, e 4 14 1
" nmttier. p Nl 1 1 31 Morrlsrtle. p 1 0 1 S
X .- Ttur, p 4 4 4 01 Lindberf, p 1111
' sN-erak :,l 0 4 5
Totala ' 40 13i24 121 iHelfKth 110 0
Kerr to Hay With
Wcc Dickie Kerr, former blar
moundmaii of the Chicago White
Sox, has passed out of organized
baseball at least temporarily. From
hi Pari (Texas) home lie is en
route to Chicago to pitch for a semi
pro outfit. Kerr and the White Sox
moguls couldn't agree over a salary
for the diminutive star.
to Stage Big .
Hits and Win
Champion Bunrh Seven Hit
in Firit Two Inningi and
Take 8 to 1 Verdict
Smith Clout Homer.
B r o o k I y n, N. Y, April 10.
Brooklyn opened the union
here today with a parade and muiie,
but lot to the world' champion.
New York liianti. 8 to 1. The
GUn bunched aeven hii. includ
ing triplet hy. Meur and Kawliitgi,
and a home run by Earl Smith, in the
first two inningi. Catcher Taylor of
the Dodger iiilfe fed a finger broken
by a foul tip ii the ninth. Score:
MtW ion I wwisms.
AM. ll.O. A I
a.r u a X 1 4 lliah. aa
KxllniL ill t I 1 inbnM, Sb
UKt. b II Kel. rf .
Twi(. rf 41 ''BMt, If
Mwiart. If 4 t 4 4 . rf
k.i'..r, lb 4 3 14 4 HrkmaDdi. lb
WMra. f I 4!m. Sb
K Hk I I I 4T.lr, a
aniar. a 11 1 Millar,
Itoualu. B 4 1
' Vane, p
la. amiiu. p
31 14 T IS M.maul. p
AN, II II A
I 1 I
Open Handicap Events Ex
pected to Draw Athletes
. Throughout State May
26 the Date.
I Totals S3 in
xBaltrd fr 8. Smith In tha Mventb.
Score by innings:
New York i 30444445 4
Uruokln y ( It 0 t
Summary Jlunsi Bancroft (3), flawllnga,
(iruft, Kclley, Whinner, fc. Htnllb. louglaa,
bVhmaiidl. trrora; Hanvroft, Dhinnvra,
1QUI. To la.e bits: hihmanUI. Kal
ley. Tbree-baaa hlla: Mauael, llawllnns.
Home runs: IS. Smith, bacrlfica fly:
hammfl. Double plays: Bancroft to
Rawllnga to Kollcji Hanurofl, unaaslated.
Left n baaea: New lork, 3; Brooklyn. 4.
Kir. i baaa on balls: uff Vance, I; off
lamaui, 1; off Duuglaa, t. Struck out:
By Vance. 3; by Smith, 1; by Mamaux.
I; by iwuglas. 3. Hue: Uff Vance. 1
In 1 tn n Hi (none out in the aevond);
off Smith. 4 In inniiiga; off Slamauk, 1
in 3 Inulnga, Hit by pitched ball: Stun
ners hy Mamaux. Wild pilch: PouKlas.
I'aae.d ball: Tayeur. Losing pitcher:
Vance. Umpires, uigier, SluCormlck and
I'felrman. lima of gama.
rirales, 10 Cardinals. 5.
l'lttauurin. April 30. Tha flratea open
id tha season at home with a 10 to i
Mctory avea St. Louis. Tha batting of
Maraiivtlle. Tlerney and Blgbea for a'ltla
burgh, and Horn.by's home run for St.
Louis vera outstanding feat urea. Sh-r-dl
was knocked out of tha box In the
firal Inning, and Adama who pitched for
tho I'lralea tha last threa Innlnga, allow
sd only ona bit. Tba acore:
. ST. LOUIS. I riTTSBLIWH.
I , AB.H.0.A.1 AH.H.O.A.
mmau, vi , a u ataraovine. is 5 s 3 3
vn .rey. cl
0 UllDM, If
II Traroor, 3b
, I Totala 40 IS 37 11
xTwo out when wjnnlng run acored.
i. x Batted for Morrlssette in the fourth,
i i Batted for Llndberg In tha ninth.
: Soora by innlnga:
Sioux City S 3 5 4 0 0 1 0 010
St. Joseph 0 0030323 311
.Summary Runs: Hamilton (3), Hen-
nig way (2). Elan, slats, Query, Roettger,
Grover. Corridon, Fisher, Bonowlts, 2: De
. Fate. McDonald, Grabowskl (3). Errors:
Hamilton, I'eFate (3), McDonald. Runs
and hits: Off Morrlssette, 4 and 10 In 4
innings: off Ltndberg, 1 and 3 In 5 tn
neivrs: off Roettger, 9 and 10 In 7 2-3 ln;
mnga: offTesar. 3 and 3 In 11-3 Inningi
Earned runa: Sioux City, 4; St. Joseph,
5. . First base on balls: Off Morrlssette,
1: off Roettger, 7. Struck out: By Mor
rlssette, 2; by Roettger. 4; by Ltndberg,
2. Left on ba.ea: Sioux Citv. 7: St.
Joseph. 13. Wild pitches: Soettger (21;
Tesar. Two-base hits: Nufer, Query, Mc
Donald 3). Metz. Three-base hlta: query,
Elsh. Homo run: Orovsr. 8acrlflca hits:
Hamilton, Metx. Kobison. Corrtden. Hit
by pitched ball: BonoVlts by Roettger;
Corrtden by Tesar. Stolen bases: Rob),
son. Umpires: Donohue and Anderson,
Tlma of game: 2:30.
Change Dates of Title
Chieaso. Aoril 19. The dates of
the championship three-cushion bil
liard match between John Lay ton,
the titleholder, and Charles McCourt
of Pittsburgh, originally scheduled
tor Sedalia. Mo., April 25, today
were chanced to May 1. 2 and
Srdalia is Lavton's home. The
champion is practicing here for the
defense of his title.
Paddock Returns Home.
' San Francisco April 20. Charles
Paddock of Los Angeles, world's
sprint champion, returned, yesterday
from Honolulu wnere ne cave me
Islanders a closc-iio of the globe's
"fastest human" in action. .J
, By FRANK A. LOOMIS.
World's Champion Hurdler.
The Hastings post of the Ameri
can Legion is boosting track athlet
ics in great shape by staging a field
day on May 26. The meet will be
an open handicap athletic set ' of
games and should draw entries
throughout the state.
Some of Nebraska's past, present
and future athletes will participate,
and with handicaps divided, the meet
should go over as a big success.
The Legion "will confine jts efforts
this year to encouraging local
schools, business houses and athlet
ic clubs, as well as individuals, to
take part." " .'; ' ' . '
Next year it anticipates a meet
which will interest the entire state.
The handicaps will be eiven by a
committee and, each individual will
have an equal chance to perioral,
with his handicap based upon his
past performances. . .
Plans are being laid for the, hold
ing of several relays and closed
events, as follows: , ,
50-yard dash for ward schools, 50-yari
dash for Boy Scouts. SO-ysrd dash for high
schols. Hastings industrial relay, mer
chants' relay. Boy Scouts' relay, lnter-town
relay and college relay. .
A club relay will be held to stir
up the usual rivalry between the
Hastings Kiwanis, . Lyons and ko
tary clubs. . '
The open handicap events are as
ll0-yard dash, 220-yard dash, 440-yard
dash. 1.000-vard dash. 120-yard low hur-
ilUd 220-vard low hurdles, broad jump.
high Jump, pole vault put shot put and J
oiaruB. . k -
The American Legion will give
lovin cubs to winnine relay teams
and a handsome trophy to the indi
vidual athlete making the highest
number of points. Gold medals will
be given the winner of each event.
Many Entries. '
Enthusiasm on track athletics at
Hastinars has been srreatlv aroused
and this year is beinglooked toward
as a banner year for track activities.
Hasttnes colleee is holdintf an mter-
schoolastic on May 6, their state col
leee meet on May 20, and with the
Legion meet on May 26, it gives the
town plenty of chance to. see me
cinder path athletes perform. ;. v
' s 14av -t,.
lh' II II
34 13 27 10
Bmiui, rr l o l OiUoocb. f
alcHanry, If 3 4 3 0 Cooper, p
(.a. aa a v jRohwer
loporcer. aa 1 0 o o Ad.nu. a
Totala 31 S 24 111
x Batted for Oainer in the ninth.
xBatted for Barfoot In the ninth,
xbatted for cooper In the sixth.
Score by innlnga: 1
St. Louis ,....1 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 5
Plttrburgh 3 0 1 0 0 3 2 3 x 10
Summary Runs: Man (3). Gainer. Aln-
smlth, Horntsby, Maranvllle (2), Carey
12), Blgbee, Tlerney (2), Traynor, Goocb,
Adams. Errors: Mann, Gainer, Stock,
Traynor, Grimm. Two-base hits: Mann
(z, Maranvme, carey. inreo-Base hits.
Blgbee, Maranvllle, Tierney. Home run:
Hornaby. Stolen base: Maranvllle. Sac
rifice hits: Gainer (2). Stuck 3. Tray
nor, Mokan, Gooch. Double plays: Horns
by to Gainer (2). Left on bases: St.
Louis, i; Pittsburgh, 4. First base on
balls: Off Barfoot, 1; oft Cooper, 3.
Struck out: By Cooper, 1; by Adama,
1. Hits: Off Sherdel, 4 In no tryitng,
non out In tha first; off Barfoot, 4 In
7 Innings: off Pertlca. 3 In 1 innlna-:
off Cooper. 1 In 5 Innings; off Adams,
1 in 3 innings, i Hit by pitched ball: Horns
by by Cooper: Grimm by Baroot. ' Win
ning pitcher: Cooper. Losing pitcher:
Barfoot, Umpires: Klem. Sentelle and
Emslle. Time of game:
Cuba, 8; Reds, 1.
Chicago, Aoril 25. Chicago scored In
the local National league season today
with a 3 to 1 victory over Cincinnati In
a great pitching duel between Grover
Alexander and Pete Donohue. The locals
made only three scattered hlta while the
visitors mads five. A crowd estimated
at 18,000, Including a delegation of fans
fiom Cincinnati, witnessed the game.
xBatted for Donohue in tha seventh.
4 1 4 01
wtn io. 3b
3 01 Alexander, p
o nl ... -
4 0 10
3 13 1
2 0 1 Z
4 0 12 0
3 13 0
4 0 5
2 0 14
10 0 5
Total. SO 5 24 13!
Scora by innings:
Cincinnati .1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01
Chlcaee) 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 03
Summary Runs: Burns, Stag. v Krug,
Hartnett, Errors: Caveney, Hollocher.
Two-base hits: Burns, Hollocher, Hart
nett, Bun far. Sacrifice hits: Neal, Dun
can, Kelleher (2), Alexander. Double
plays: Bohne to Caveney to Daubert.
Left on bases: ' Cincinnati, 4; Chicago,
5. First hasa on balls: off Donohue,
1; off Gillespie, 3. Struck out: By Dono
hue, 1; by Alexander, 1, -
Lacey to Manage
Corning Ball Club
Jack Lacey of Omaha has signed
to manage a semi-pro club at Corn
ing, la. "V,..; -
Lacey has played semi-pro ball
around Omaha for the iast four
years and should make. Corning a
capable manager. ; ! .
He has signed Gip- Haley and Lee
Kane, infielders, who played with
Earl ' Caddock, champion Walnut,
la., team last year, and is looking for
a good outfielder and another good
infielder of proven ability.
Omaha "Y" Team to Play
Plattsmouth Business Men
Jhe Omaha "Y" second team will
journey to Plattsmouth tonight to
contest with the Business Men'
club of that city in both oi1ey
ball and indoor baseball contests.
"Buddy Login admittej n
nililit that he mw more glove flying
at him during hit 10-round titic
tjuarrcl with Dave Nale at the
Auditorium Tuesday night than he
ever gared upon, but on the other
hand, lide uid lie vtat never nude
to mi. quite to often.
Shade it the fasten welter eight
fighter that it ha been the lraure
of Omaha fans to watch in action,
He lived up to all the yrtu notice,
irnt out about him, ana it quick at
a Hj.1i in everything lie doet in the
Logan' allowing againat Shade
was to much better than hit show
ing againct "Kid" Schlaifcr that it
hai tet the local fan to thinking
iutt how a return go between
ogan and the "Kid" would end.
A revival of minor bacbatl
league is indicated th't year.
The revival of the Nebraska Stale
league and the Com Belt league,
a I sc of this Hate, to y nothing of
the six new minor league organiza
tions, is a boost to the national
Minor league baseball suffered
more from the war than did the
majors. Many organizations were
compelled to quit in favor of indus
trial teams, while the dearth of ma
terial because of the absence of
young men with the army made it
a difficult task to recruit players for
this class of baseball.
Now that Johnny Creeley has
witnessed two of hit boxers do a
10-round flop before cash custom
ers, he will turn his attention to
developing Mickey Brennan, wel
terweight, who, he declares, is
capable of holding his own with
Every Tuesday and Friday, un
trss these days fall on holidays, will
be ladies' day at the Omaha Buffa
loes ball park. The 'fa(r sex" will
be admitted free, and as Barney
Burch has a flock of new maps to
show Omahans, a large delegation of
women are expected to take ad
vantage of this offer.
Children under "16 years of age,
will be admitted free every day ex
cept Saturday, Sunday and holidays.
However, the youngsters must se
cure tickets from their school princi
pal or from the Omaha ball club.
Cheer up. Mister Fanl
1 Only ttight more days and the
Buffaloes will be chasing the Ok
lahoma City Indians around the
Fifteenth and Vinton streets lot.
"Kid" Schlaifcr and "Cowboy"
Padgett may meet iii a 10-round bout
in Davenport, Ia May 19, accord
ing to Bobby Evans, who is holding
the reigns, on the "Kid."
A Schlaifcr-Jack Britton match is
in the making for Council blutts.
May 9, as the following letter will
, New Tork, April 1.
Ralph Wagntr. ... .-
Sports Editor. , v
Omaha Bee, Omaha b, (
Dear Sir: ' , .
Jack Rrittnn, tba greatest champion of
iliem all, will be nut your way in a few
weeks to meet Schlaifcr, and will show
why he la a champion after 19 years of
boxing. Britton la rated today, and he
truly Is, the moat sclent if In boxer In the
world. He la a champion who Is not
afraid to defend his title and be docs not'
pick soft ones.
Tne eastern newspapers voted innaae inc
beat ef the welterweights outside of Brit
ten. Britton boxed him 15 rounds. Jack
winning IS of the 15 rounds, although the
boot was railed a draw. The papers slat
ed, the following day, that Britton had
been robbed aa he had won 12 out of the
15 rounds. That will give yon an Idea of
the old bird's class. Jack baa whipped
middleweight champions and welterweight
champions and he is now trying to get
Benny Ionard Into a ring with him to
show who Is the greatest fighter of the
. , DA.V MORGAN.
Wahr. 2h 4
Sneaker, rf 3
Mrlmilt. lb 4
Swell, at 4
fiardrief. 3h a
StepbejiHHi, Sb 4
wood, rf !
Vunemakrr, e 3
oavii. a n
R.Khv. n 4
Mnrtnn. p A
Today's Ring History
Cornell to Try for
Drake Relay Honors
; Mount Vernon, la., April 20. Cor
nell 'college expects to enter three
relay races and perhaps' two special
events in the Drake relay carnival,
April 28 and" 29.
, Cornell's strongest team undoubted
ly will be the mile Quartet, which
will endeavor to defend the record it
established at, Drake last spring. Al
though but one of the four undefeat
ed quarter-milers, Capt. "Red" Cole,
returned to school last fall, Cornell
has "Red" -Thompson a seasoned
century and 220 sprinter, and at least
three youngsters, Kleemeier, Lakey
and Kennedy, who are anxious to
fill the shoes of Bretnall, Peterson
and Schell, the graduated sprinters.
The two-mile relay, the Drake rec
ord fon which also is held by Cor
nell, will be entered again thjs year.
Gene Holmes Chosen
President of "0" Club
The "O" club men of Central
High school held their election of
officers last night at a banquet given
in their honor by the officers of the
Central Hi-Y club.:- : ;;.
Gene Holmes was chosen as presi
dent for next year with Harold
StKbling vice president. E. E. Mc
Millan was re-elected as sponsor of
the club. The present officers are
"Bob" Keyt, president, and Wilmer
Beerkle, vice president.
Ellerbe s Muff
Two While Sox Score When
St. Loui Third Haftuui
l)ri an Infield Hy
H.OOO Attend Came.
Si. Loui, April 20. Frank liller
be, Brown, far comer man. muffed
a ki fly in the opening frame of
the nrtt American It-ague game here
today and trrmiitrd io o runt
lo acore, the !roMi losing, 4 to 2,
trlore a crowd of H.twu. Miocker
and Fler pitched good ball, l aber
funned the Ut three men to face
liiiu, while Shtnkrr whiffed the !t
(wo opponents. lUn Johuton, league
reiili'iit, attended. Score.
t'llll'Atiil i sr. lot in
AN. H.O. 4 I AH. H II 4
jMhaioa. .a 4 3 1 i'r.m. rf 4 4 1
M'leliaii, 3t 4 I 4 kiin K 3b
4 114 min.au. If
3 4 4 Jarotwaa, cf
4 I I Hm.c.14, s
13 4 l,nt, W
4 I 4 I McMeiHU. fb
4 t tlniwreer, p
W .Ml Ui 4 4 ,41!
t ,lTUe i t HI
4 i ,i la aMaet j t i-,
i . I ,444 M ,
4 t II t
5 t t I
4 13 4
4 1 I I
33 t 37 131 TMl4 ii i 3t II
Score by inning.:
Chicago 1 4 0 1 4 4 44
St. Louia 04441 144 43
Summary Runs: Johnson. Collins, Hoop
er Mosul. Sl.l.r. Urrbar. ICrrora: Hoop
er Kllarba iri. Two-hasa tins: Johnxin,
wiuiama. I'ulllns. Thras-lis.n hit? Me-
riol'sn. Kacrltlra hits: Mi'CMIati and
Shecly. I'ouhl plays: Mi'CMIan snd CnU
Una and Shetly i:i. Loft on base.; Chi
ro T: St. Louis. 4. First base balls:
uff Shocker. 3; r'sbcr, 3. Struck out:
wy cnurkar. 4: off Kaber. 4. w Id p ick!
Shocker. Umpires: I'lneen and lllliJe-
btard. Time of game:
Indians. S; Tigers. 4.
In trail. April 30 Cleveland trailed Da.
trot, for eight Innlnga today then rallied
In tha ninth after two were out. acored
two runs and beat the Tlgera, i to 4,
tn ma opening gamo of ih American
league season here. If, was the lth con
secutive defeat for I lis locals. Score:
All II nit in II A 1
J.nilfMn. If 4 I 3 41 H. iter, 5b 4 0 4 0
0 4 C;Cui.l..w. 2b 4 113
4 3 liCobb. cf .14 3 4
II 01 fl.BW.d. of 1 4 1 4
1 3 4 iVearh, If 4 13 4
3 1 Stli.ilniann, rf S 1 4
0 4 01 Blue, lb 3 1 11 4
1 5 I, niai.ee. 3 3 3
" 3 0 n.ul.r, o 4 4 S 3
4 1 4'Kl.mka. p .. I 1 3
1 4 OUMnhardt 0 4 0 0
1 0 SI
4 II retail 34 1.24 10
0 4 4!
0 0 4!
Totals 31 7 37 131
xRan for Gardner tn the ninth.
xBatted for Bagby In the ninth.
Batted for Nunamsker in the ninth,
a.Ismieaon nut. hit bv bstted batted ball,
.Ran for Veach in tha ninth.
Scora hy innings:
-Score by Innings:
Cleveland 0 0 1 4 0 i 5 4 25
Detroit 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 04
Summary Runs: Speaker, Sewell. Hell-
man, wood. Evans. Gulsto, Rlue. Rlgney.
F.rrors: None. Two-base hits: Wood.
Ouikto, .lamiexnn, Raghy, Blue. Rigney.
Stolen base. Tlellmnnn. Sacrifice hits:
.Tamieson, Wood, Blue. Hcllmann. Tou
Me plays: Gordner to Mclnnls: Wood to
McTnnla. Left on bases: Cleveland. 4:
Detroit 4. First base on balls: Off
Migly. 2: off Morton, 1: off Ehmke, 4.
truck out: Bv Baabv. 2: bv Morton. 1:
by Ehmke, 4. Hits: Off Bagby. 7 tn.
4 Innings: off Morton. 1 In 1 Inning.
Hit by Hitched hall: Wood by Ehmke.
Balk: Hhmke. Winning pitcher: Bsgby.
Umpires: Nallin and Evans. Time: 2:06.
Tankers. 10; Senators, 3.
New Tork. AdHI 20. Th Vor TorV
Americana raiBed their 1921 chamoionshlp
flagthere today and defeated Washing
ton In th opening game of the local
American season. 10 to 2. Cold woaihir
held down tho attendance. Miller, who
hit a homo run in Boston yesterdav,
hit another toilay with two men o"n
bases. Tho score:
WASHINCTOV. I NEW TORK.
AB. H.O. A. AB. H.O.A.
4 1 4 01 Miller, cf 4 3 4 0
S 21 Fenatw. 'f 3 3 2 0
0 (11 Baker. 3b S 0 5 1
3 OlMfMIU.n, 4 3 0 0
1 OlPlpn. lb !t 3 9 0
4 31 Ward. !b 5 3 3 3
5 (II Scott.. l , S 1 0 4
4 01 Sch.nj. c ' S 1 4 1
1 01 Jones, p 8 0 0 1
0 01 :
1 Total. .i.i in 5? in
Totals S3 7 24 101 i
Score by innings:
Washington 0 0010200 0 3
Nuv- Tork 0 0 36 0 2 0 0 x 10
Summary Runs: 'Judge, Milan (2),
Miller (2), Fewster, Baker (2). McMillan
(2), Fipp. Schanir. Jones. Errors: Har
ris. McMillan. Scott. Two-base hits:
Milan, Wee. Fewster, PIpp. Three-base
hit: Pipp. .Home run: Miller. Sac
rifice hits: Smith, McMillan. TJouble
plays: Scott to Ward to Pipp: Peckln
paugh to Harris to Judge: La Molt,
unassisted. Left on bsses. New Tork. 4:
WHsnington. 6. First basa on bsls: Off
niugrmgs. s; on Courtney. 3; off Jones,
I. Struck out: By Jones, 1: by Mo-
image. i; tjy Courtney, 3... Hits: Off
iviogringe, in 3 1-3 innings: off Court
ney, 4 In 4 2-3 Innings. Wild pitches,
f'ourtney (2). Passed balls: Gharritv.
Loslntr pitcher: Moerldae. Ilnnir... urn.
wi, "man auo yjnnouy, xime of game 2.
lied Sox, 15: Athletics. 4.
Philadelphia. Aprto. Boston marred
tne Philadelphia AnTfrican league open-
V,8 Jv: """"ennK inree local pitcliers for
17 hits from which the visitors gathered
14 runs. . Geora- Burns nnrf .in. n,,DA
were heavy clouters against their former
teammates. ; Burns had four hits, includ-
n b iwo name runs. Dugan and Smith
also had tyome runs. , The score:
V, U 11.1 W. I. PH.
trklta. 3 liMwaa, a.
hlanunia t'lir, ttoatar. ,
Tulsa, II, i.a Itoin., 4.
4, Jowpa, III kion fl, 14,
4aaak at vlkrklia.
SIMiiw at Tyi-a
k'uua t'liy al sl. Juwpk
i'cnv.r at 0kiahoma t H).
Ai4r.au a v ir.oir.
W, U ivi, w.
I'leialaad I ,.t thVa I
Stm Mk 4 3 .1111 Ikalm. X
r.ii.4Mia 4 3 ,jti u.dxifua 3
trt, Ua'l 4 3 .Jit n.i
rhlrssa, t; at. leuia, J.
N Vork. 14; Vt ..hius-ius, J,
tlatal.mi, a; Iwtruii, 4,
Taday'a f aanea.
t'hlcaga al Ml. hauls.
t'tvland at IVUoii
Ma.hiugiua al New Tork.
Ikp.iou at I'hiladelphia.
. ATI(IM AI. I tlbl K.
W, U 1 1.
New York ( I l'ltlgth 4
l t,M 3 ,!H k oitaoKI 3 4
rsii.-Kiii'ia 3 3 ,ea Kw I 4
ku Luuis 4 3 .litiarianatl 1 a
1 Vealerday' KeK.Mll..
I'ttiaburgh, 14: M. Louia, i.
Chicago, 3; t'lnilnnatl, ,
, Today's t,amra.
rhiladrlphla at It-wtoii
New York at HroaklMi.
Si, j.ouu at I'niobuish.
t'lntinnall nl I hlcafo.
Logan Takes Over
Mirth's Interest in
"Bud" Logan, popular welterweight
boxer, who lost a ten-round referee's
decision to Dave Shade here Tues
day night, has taken over Bert
M titli's interest in the Orpheum
Garden gymnasium, and together
with Johnny Ford, the two will op
crate the "gym."
It is the plan of the new gymnasi
um proprietors to stage shows at
the "gym" every Friday evening..
1 lie shows Mill consist of training
bouts. More than 30 rounds of
sparring will be on the program
each night a show is held.
The first show of this character
will be staged Friday night, April
Pecklnp'irh, .8 4 1
I n Motte. 3b 4 1
fJh.rrlty. c 4 0
Moftridne. p 1 4
Courtney, p 2 0
Collins, cf '
Hittenaer, es 4
Walters, o - . fi
Pennock, p , 4
5 0 I ol Vbunir. 2b
4 5 S 01 Johnston, lb
6 3 2 2IHauer. lb
4 13 0! Walker, cf
4 3 0 41 Wolrti, rf
4 IS 01 Miller. V
3 1 olPtrkins, e
14 11 Renter, e
10 41 rn-kw. Sb
45 17 27 13 Rommel, p
Sullivan. ' p
AB. H. O. A.
4 14 2
0 3 0
Thirty-Six Years Ago.
Jack McAullffe won from Joa Helser,
Williamsburg, four rounds.
Twenty-SeTes, Tears Ago.
Bocky Kansas (Rocco Fozxe) bora,
Buffalo, N T.
Eighteen Tears Age.
Jos Gans won front Dan Bolen, Balti
more, lid., 14 rounds.
' ' Fourteen Tears Ago,
Mike Donovan against Jack Blackbura,
draw, Easton, Pa., 10 rounds. ,
Twelve Tears Age.
Al Kaufmann against Philadelphia Jack
O'Brien, ne decision, Pittsburgh, six
Ten Tears Age.
Battling Willie Meehan won from Jack
Rose, Fellows. Cat, 20 rounds.
Sine Tears Age.
Jeff Clark knocked out Silaa Green,
lltmrhia, Tenn., four rounds
Q. What Is tbe penalty where one
partner plays two strokes in succession in
Mcotcn loursomes, when play Is on
medal score basts?
A. The two players forming the team
Q. Is a player permitted to take a
prsctlce swing In a hazard?
A. No. That Is, be must not allow the
club to touch the ground.
Q. Can a player have caddla lift the
flag stick from the hole and bold it
aloft, where he Is playing from a deep
bunker or other place from which the
flag In position Is not visible?
A, Tea, there Is no rule lo prevent
Q. Please give the following informa
tion: What is the lowest score ever made
la the qualifying round of the national
amateur championship, also what is the
lowest total for 73 holes for the open?
A. W. C. Fownes. jr.. of Pittsburgh
and R. R. Oortoa of Boston both had
144 for 34) holes at F.kwanok in 1814. the
lowest qualifying score, t'hick Fran'
acore ef 3SS at Miniknhda in 1U1S la the
lowest record In the open championship.
Q. Where a ball stops so close 10
a sand box that the latter interferes with
the stroke, is it permissible to move the
A. Tea. saod boxes come under the
head ef "loose Impedimenta,'' which may
38 57 14
XBatted for Rommel In the third.
xBatted for Sullivan in the seventh.
xnanea ror Kckert in the ninth.
' Score by innings: ,
Boston 1 3 0 0 4 3 0 315
Philadelphia ...0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 4
Summary Runs: Collins, Smith. 8: Pratt
n. Harris. Duiran. Burns (2), Hittenger.
Walters (2), Pennock, Young. Hauser,
Walker, Flihrman. Errors: Hittenger,
Toung. walker, Welch, Dykes. Galloway.
Two-base hits: Smith, Toung. Home runs:
Burns (2). Dugan. Smith. Stolen bases:
Berger. Collins. Sacrifice hits: Johnston,
Collins. Left on bases: Boston. 10;.Phll
sdelphla, 9. First base on balls: Off
Pennock, 2: off Rommel, 1: off Sullivan,
2; off Eckcrt, 2. Struck out: By Sullivan,
2; by Eckert. 2. Hits: Off Rommel, 8 in
3 innings; off Sullivan, B In 4 Innings: off
Eckert. 4 in 2 innings. Wild pltchs: Pen
nock, Eckert. Losing pitcher: Rommel.
umpires: Owens and Chill. Time: 2:15.
Tijuana Horses Will
Compete in Kentucky
Los Angeles, Cal., April 20.'
Lantados and Cruzcra, two of the
fastest horses m the stables. of Mrs.
Anita Baldwin- daughter of the late
E. J. (Lucky) Baldwin, will be sent
cast soon to compete in turf events
in Kentucky and New York, it was
announced today. Both horses re
cently won distinction at the
Tijuana, Lower California, track.
Five Leading Batters
of the Major Leagues
Ck.AR. R. II.
Snyder, New Tork.... 3 11 3
Oroh. New Tork 5 39 4
I, b rveau, rntiaueipma sua
Frlborg. Chicago 4 11 2 5
Stock, St. Louis 4 23 6 10
G. AB. n. H.
Heilmann, Detroit ... 5 20 2
Scott. New York 6 21 9
Schang, New York.... 3 20 3
Stsler, St. Louis 28 9
Speaker, Cleveland ... s zt 1
Mclnnia. Cleveland ... 8 26 6
Bowling Makes Exit as Duck
Pin Game EntersPin Snort
Enjoys a Banner Season
THE funeral tiiefeMn for
U 0 w I i 11 g on of Umalu
niot iHJpuUr indoor winter
tnoita 1( now pacing.
In another week the game will
have teen lowered into a grave and
Tanked in the fat with shovel.
I'ut the parade of the duwk pin
gillie btiwluig't Mtrcctor with
wooden ball hravcrt it Inning into
Omaha allot toUy were dis
mantling tint et and truing the
ttsge for duck pin enthusiasts.
Duck Pint Hold Sway.
This won hit written a colorful
page in Omalu't bowling history.
Many league performed with full
roMrr and Onuh wan represented
in every iiin classic of any pioini
ncme in the country.
League' which ahctdy have tow-
etej kliutifii fui the eii are the
titeaier tinulu, the I'Hy't ptemier
loop; the Mtt lily, ladies' Melio
lliUtl, Mitlldlld Oil. WcHerit
I'liMin, OmmIm Striit'lural Sleet,
Irdiie K to, 11 1'. O. I'., Omaha
Mii-icr iUkeiii, Wr.lcrii l leclricto.
tiiila, tiiu.rf, mi'iii.iii Suielling k
kelitiiug, all of the Ouialia alley,
dud (he KuikIiIs l t'olumhut, Anier
kan l'Apie, I'dtiMin AHey. Mer
uuiile and Munit & l o. of the Far
Women in Limelight.
Only two Ic.igut licild and Ar
niourt have lift ftuislird their
schedules at the Oiuaha alleys. All
have cloMil at the I jiiumi aMeyt
wild the exception of the Union l'a
filic, whltli cloe tomonow night.
One of the outbuilding fcaluies
lias been the large number of women
who have participated in the tpoit.
Dempsey Nearly Gets 'Pinched'
for Speeding-Attends Big Race
By DAMON RUNYON.
Loudon, April 20. lack Dempey
yesterday witnessed the running of
the city and tuliiirbaii handicap at
Ljsoiii Downs. He had a bet down
on King George's entry, which failed
to run in the money.
En route to the race course Demp
sey Vilmost got a ticket from an
Liiglinh traffic boby because hit
driver was clipping the corners at a
pretty good speed. But when the
officer peered into the car and rec
ognized the world champion sitting
there with Joe Beckett, the English
heavyweight champion, he bowed
and waved the chauffeur lo go alicad.
King Watches Jack.
King George was present at the
Offers Ed Lewis
$25,000 for Match
Chicago, April 20. A Mi-night
guarantee of $25,000 has been offered
Ed (Stranglcr) Lewis, world's
heavyweight champion wrcstlei. for a
match with -John Tesck, the Nebras
ka Tigcrman by the Theodore Roose
velt Post of the American Legion, it
was announced tonight. The match,
according to the plan, would be two
falls in three to a finish and it would
take place in Chicago on June 17 in
the open air. (
Stanley Everett Fails
v to Show Up for Bout
Omaha Bee tajaaed Wire.
Tcoria, April 20. A crowded thea
ter tonight waited for Stanley
Everett, Fekin, 111., bantamweight
boxer, to show up and put on a
match with Hcrbie Schaeffer of Chi
cago, bur Everett never showed up.
He arrived in Peoria this afternoon
and weighed in for the match, and
left" his room with two men at S
o'clock tonight for the theater. Since
then no trace has been found of
him. His friends fea foul play.
i meet with the tiuccn and they were
I ... , . a i -...I
accompanied iy i rmcrss iwsiy snu
I er husband, Lord Lisccllcs.
The champion did not meet the
ling, hut the royal parly witched
from their box with obvious interest
a the big fighter made his way
through the j.im on the lawn below.
There were fully 100.000 people at
the course, and wherever he. went
Dcuipscy was, the central attraction.
Calls on Actress.
Archibald, the American jockey,
who rode Paragon, the winner of
the big race, met Dcijlpsey before
the race. He told Jack that if be
got olf well he would win sure, but
Dempsey ignored the tip and played
the king's horse.
Lat night Dempsey called on
Tcggy O'Neill, the American ac
tress, in her dressing room at the
Savoy theater, where she has been
for three years. Then he visited
Ciro's cafe and dancing resort for a
He was in bed early, fcearns has
turned down a number of offers for
theatrical work. The police depart
ment has requested Jack to make his
appearance at a big tournament
Monday night and the champion
may postpone his trip to Paris in
order to comply.
Good Suits to Order
Reduced from $45.00
One of our tailored suits will outwear
two roady-madrs, has a more comfort
able "feel,1' holds its shape better and
looks better. We have a wonderful
stock to Bclect from. Fine woolens
priced very low.
Open Evening Until 8:30
Southeast Corner 15th and Harney
Q. Does a player get time off at bat
every time he sacrifices?
A. Tee. '
Q, Umpire gtves a decision calling a
ball fair and then turns to see another
play and ball rolls foul. Only one um
pire. Can he take evidence from apecta
tors? A. It Is best not lo take evidence from
spectators unless both aides are aenreeebte.
The umpire is in hard luck when such a
Q. Two men are on third. One has
been there and the other cornea from
second, but was not forced. Which should
tho ba.msn touch?
A. The baseman should touch the run
ner wltn has tieen en second. The other
la entitled to third.
Don't argne over baseball decisions er
records. Write t'harley White, care
sporting editor, enclosing stamped, self
addressed envelope. Hell tell yon what'
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