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THE HEE: OMAHA. MONDAY. APRIL 21. 1922.
New York Yanks Make Clean Sweep . of Washington Series
in Final Came
, by 3-0 Score
lIo)tHurU1IU Third Straight
Vitlory FfHslcr' Throw
tn Plate Fraturr of s
New Voik. April .V.-The New
York YanWce mtt a .Iran weep
of thrir four game nerie with
Vali!nfituii, winning ilic Ut game
today, 3 tO 0, .
lloyt pitched liu third straight
ictory. A great throw to the plate
by I'ewster prevented Washington
scoring in the first inning when the
visitor ti lira tue iae wiui no one
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n.iii-A .f.ir zrhr In ninth
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Hummiry-Itun.i Wilt CJ. rewatris Kr.
tore: Kir. v-linpiiiih. Pipp. Two.has
lilts: Bftkrr. ripp, Jud;. Kiolen tae:
llerrla, MrMIIIn. Ha. rlflrea: Kevaatar,
. Mlllan, Uoutil ': rter.Vhaii.
I motia.llrri-.lud. l.i-ft on neaea:
Ktw Tora. : Washington. 1. Baa on
halla; Off fcactlerir. 1: off Hoyt. I: Off
t'nurtner. J. Hiruck eut: Hy Hoyt, A.
HIM: Off .ai-hvy. t In Innings: off
t-ourtney. 1 In I Innlnga. Illl by pllrhed
hall: Umllh. hy llnyi. losing pilchrr:
y.arhary. I'mplrrs: Wilson. Walsh nd
Connolly. Time: 1:4.
HI. JjiuU Trlma llilragn.
l I.oula, April S3. A bom rim hy
Tohln. first man at bat In lli llh In
ning, gave HI. l.ouia ft 4 to 1 victory over
fhliago har today anil an even break
In the aeries Wllllama of fit, Lnul unit
Vostll of Chlrago aim rlouted His ball
for rlrrult drives, Ihla twang Wllllama1
fourth homft run In two eurccaalve day,
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Summnrv Tlun: llonncr. 5lotll. Falk.
ToLin. Willlaiiia (2). MrManna. Krrora:
Kalk. OorliKr. Itmnn runa: Moatll. Wil
linma. Tobm. Pfoloii lia: Wllllama. Hac
r:flra: Tohln. Vanalldrr (21. Falk. IHiuWr
piny: .tohnann-rolllna-Shri-ly. lft on
hanra: rhlrnao, 4: St. Loula. 4. Bai- on
halli- Off YanRtlilT. I: orf Ilmlae. 4.
Struck nuf Tly lloilgr. 1. Umoirca: m
pon, Slorlarty and Ilildebraml. Time:
Tlfara Wallop Indiana.
I TVtrrtlt, April 'SS. Clavrland nut-hit
fotrolt toilay, hut tha Ti; hunch'd
Ihlr aifVttra mora opportunely and dp
ralpil thft Indiana for lha third conaecu
tlx a time. rii'Ore:
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'T5rttd for Covelc.kli In ninth.
.Batted for Sewell In ninth.
Pcoro, by lnnlnft': '
ricveland , .....0 1 ft 0 0 0 0 9 3
Detroit 0 0 0 10 2 1ft X 4
Summary Tlumi: Stenhcnson. Sevrell.
ITraney, Haney.l Veach, llellmann. Tlaaler.
Vrrors: Gardner. Veach. Two-base hlta:
Veach. Sewell. Speaker. Hellmann. Jam1e
r.on. Haney. Stolen base: Blue. Sacrifice:
1'iitshaw. Double playi: Plllelte-Baaaler-Blpe,
Culabaw-Blue. Left on banes: De
troit. R; Cleveland. 11. Bnae on balls:
Off Plllefte, 1: off Coveleskl. t. Hlta:
Off Plllette. 11 In 8 S-3 Innlnca: off Old
hem, none In 1-S Inning. Struck out: By
Plllette, 1: by Coveleakle. 1. Winning
pitcher: Plllette, v Umpires: Nallln and
Evana. Time; 3:15. ,
llllHIIIMIII. VIIIH IBB
wmaiw.vBaam A mil. ata
4 to I Victory Over
Thr J. Roscnbauin Grain company
cf ' Council Bluffs defeated the
Omaha, Grain Exchange, 4 to 1,
Saturday afternoon, in a fast game.
1 Hansen, in center field for the
Omahans, made several circus
catches, and Gibbs,' left fielder, was
the big man at the bat.
Barlow played a steilar came at
first for the Rosenbaums. The bat
ting of Van Reeth and G. Probst
was also a feature of the Bluffs
team's play. - -'
Position. , .
Roaenbaum Grain. Omaha Exchange.
I.ewia ....r.f Ureen
Krauae .r, f. ... , Harnscn
SMcOrnth l.f Gibbs
O. Probst ...,. .3 b, .' Garvey
W. Probst ,v..,.ib idlller
7tHrlow ..lb Dolphin
Sayre i.s.s , Briardy
.n Reeth c.;......... .Hirons
- Chriatenaen . .. . ,p Guinane
Scorft by Innings: R. H. B.
Grain Exchange; ..0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 3 2
Kosenbaum Co 0 0 0 1 3 0 x 4 3 2
Batteries: Guinane, Olson and Hirons,
Christensen and Van Reeth.
Eortland. Ore.; April 23.
T'irst game: . . : : R. H. K.
Oakland .'"......1 3 6 2
Portland t 8 1
Batteries: Kramer and Kothler; Mid
dleton and Elliott. '
Second game: - R. H. E.
Oakland 0 7 3
2'orlland . $90
Batteries: Kller, Winn and Koehler.
T.os, Angeles, April 23.
Fust game: R. IT. E.
Salt Lake 6 It 1
J.os Angeles 4 11 ft
Batteries: Gould and Jenkins; Ponder
and Daly. Eleven innings. "
Second game: R. H. E.
Salt Lake ft 1 S
Ls Angelea 1 3
Batteries: Blaeholder, Lewis and By
ler; Dumovich, Wallace and Baldwin. '
At Saa Francisco, morning game
- . R. H. B.
Sacramento '. ..........3 6 1
San Francisco 7 13 1
Batteries: Prough. Kuril. Hampton and
. Cook: Scott and Telle.
Afternoon game R. 'H. E.
fan Franclsbo 4 10 ft
batteries: Tennera and Slanage: Geary
At Seattle, first gam R. H. K.
Vernon 8 13 1
Seattle .. 4 3 3
Batteries: Feaih ai.4 Murphy; Fieran
Second game' B. H. E.
"f.mmi K ....f 1 S 0
Seattle 2 7 3
Rattrries: May and Hannah; Dailey
Old Man" Repeats
Eleven years ago, Clarence De
winner of the Boston marathon.
Mar was through. On April 19, last,
Time a hard blow by again winning
so established a new record for the
Fred Fulton, long, lean and lanky
heavyweight fistic performer who
made it possible for "Bob" Roper
of Chicago to hear the birdies twit
ter at Denver Friday night, stopped
off 'in Omaha yesterday enroute to
In commenting on his victory,
Fred said that with the exception of
Champion Denipscy, Roper hit him
harder than any other fighter he
has ever tangled .vith.
"Roper . landed his right on my
nose," said Fred, "and for a minute
I saw a couple o.' csmets and a row
The Minnesota plasterer is anxious
to meet Bob Martin, xBillic Miskc,
Bill Brcnnan, in fact, any heavy
weight in the world, including
Golf this spring will attract
many new players. This regiment
cf optimistic, innocent enthusiasts
should be given some sort of warn
ing about what is before them by
some kind friend. ,
Also some kind soul should take
the new players' to a quiet corner
and in some roundabout way, sug
gest that they replace the large
chunks of lawn they unearth every
other stroke. N
(Signed) Stanley Davis,
Omaha Sportsmen are going to
attend the annual Kentucky derby
My 13. Yes, siree, this city will be
represented by more than 15 follow
ers of the "sport of kings" at Louis
ville on the day of the big race.
Besides the board of governors of
the Ak-Sar-Ben, N. B. Updike, Tom
Byrne, Tom Dennison, Ed. Peterson,
George Brandeis and Dr. Fitzgib
bons and several other Omahans
will attend the derby . The party
will leave Omaha Thursday, May 11.
in a special car, arriving at Louis
ville Saturday, the day of the race.
The derby this season is for a $50,
000 purse. , ' 1
.Andy Schmader, Louisville
(Neb.) heavyweight, has opened, a
gymnasium in his home town
Andy breezed- into Omaha yester
day to give the ol' burg the once
The Louisville slugger appears
to be in good physical condition.
Furthermore,- he says he would
: like to get George Lamson in' the .
ring again. ' 1
Not much chance of fighting
Lamson in Omaha, Andy. ' :
' Fred Mariiisli center - fielder for
the-Omaha'1' Buffalo - ball club, ' is
leading the .team .in-home runs. The
hardhitting Omaha outfielder clout
ed 'out his third homer yesterday
against Wichita. ..'
, "Pug" - Griffin- Fred Wilder and
"Babe" .." Herman; also members' of
the local club, each have smacked
out two 'home "runs.-" ; i. ;
- "Yank" Davis of Tulsa leads the
; CUSS A "LEAfi rE STANDINGS, i
' .--- - , 7 -iiy.
Won. Lost. Pet.
K.. of C,...
... i 1.000
... 2 .", '0 ; , 1,000
... l'i"-l .500
... 0 2 .003
. '. . 0 '.: '2 ; .000
Lost.' won. ret
Lake Street Merchants... 2 ' 0
W. of W...V-. 2 0
South Side Merchants...... 1 1
Cuaacks 1 1
Omaha Bees 0 2
Today in Ring History
, Twcty-Two Tears bto. "
Toung Corbett won from Jimmy Coogan,
Denver, 17 rounds.
- Sixteen Yean Agft.-.
Jimmy Gardner knocked ' out Jack
O'Keefe. Indianapoll.i. & rounds. '
Eleven Years Ago.
Franfcie Burns against Tommy Honck,
draw, New Haven. Conn., IS rounda
Ten Years Ago.
Young1 Brltt knocked out by Steve" Ken
nedy, Lawrence. Mass.,' two rounds. y
Seven Year Ago.
Anton tho Greek against Terry MitcVell.
no decision, Brooklyn, 10 rounds. -.
five Years Ago.
Johnny Dundee against Tommy Toubey,
no decision. Brooklyn. 10 rounds.
Four Yeara Ago.
Mickey King lost to Marty Farrell, Port
IrniT. Me., six rounds.
Mar of Melrose, Mass., returned the
Then the athletic sharps thought De
the New Englander handed Father
the American classic and in doing
I Icamie in circiiit-cloiitinc. "Van
league in circuit-clouting. "Yank"
has live homers to his credit.
First fan: "Wcndcr why Presi
dent Tearney of the Western
league set 4 p. m. as the starting
time for games in Omaha?"
Second fan: "Guess the players
want to eat supper before indulg
ing in a little game of baseball."
Who is "Kid Schlaiier's man
Schlatter sa; - Crecley isn't his
Bobbie Evans says he isn't man
aging the "Kid."'
Crecley is saying nice things about
the "Kid." so is Evans. , But who
is Schlaifer's manager?
William Dondas, Kentucky race
horse owner, who operated the pari
liiutucl machines at the, Ak-Sar-Ben
races last summer, arrived in Omaha
yesterday to make arrangements for
another season at. the lqcal track. '
"Bill" will leave 'Omaha Monday
for Chicago. . He , will attend th-.-Kentucky
Derby, May 13.
The Modern , Woodmen Athletic
association, which1 Friday night de
cided to affiliate with the Muny
Baseball association, has adopted the
May 7 June 11 July 9.
Omaha camp against South Omaha
camp, i .' x
B. and M. camp against Magnoliacamp.
Beach camp against Rock Springs camp.
May 14 June IN July 16.
Omaha camp against Magnolia camp.
B. and M. camp against Rock Springs
Beach camp - against South Omaha
camp. - ;
May SI June 25 July 23.
Omaha camp - against B. and M& camp.
, Beach camp against" Magnolia camp.
South Omaha... camp agalnst Rock
. May 28 July 2 July 8.
Omaha camp against Beach camp.
B. and M. camp against South Omaha
Magnolia camp against Rock Springs
June 4 July 4 August 6.
Omaha camp against Rock Sprlnga
cav. - ,
yi. and If. camp against Beach camp.
.Magnolia camp against South Omaha
camp, - . . ...
Trumbull Has Team
Made Up Exclusively
of Just One Family
Hastings, Neb., April 22.
(Special Telegram.) The town of
Trumbull, near here, is claiming
distinction as the only town inJJe
braska if not in the United States
that has a ball team made up ex
clusively of members of one
family. I. N. Skinner plays first
base and his sons make up the
; remainder of the lineup. V
Five Leading Hitters
of the Major Leagues
U. A B. K. H.
Groh, New York
Kelly, New York..,.
. AB. K. H.
Slsler, St. Louis. ,
I 40 16
Smith. Boston . . .
Speaker., Cleveland. ....
.8 31 8 15
.2 31 : 6 14
.8 29 11 13
. .38 10 17
Q Is a bunted fair fly ruled as an In
field fly? '
A.. A hunted fair fly 1 not an Infield
fly. A double p.ay may bo made on it
for that reason.
Q. On long fly player on second starts
to third but returns and holds second.
Player on first advances to aecond and
so does batter. Fly is caught In deep
right field. , Which of the three was en
titled to cecond base?
A. Player who bad been en second waa
entitled to that base.
Q. How far may a runner go on a
A. If backstop Is 90 feet behind home
plate runner cam go as far aa he likes. . . .
Q. Field umpire ia hit by batted ball.
A. If ball first hit field nmpire bat
ter is given first, but only men on bases
who are forced to move up can advance
- Q. What kind of ball is It called when
ba'l hits batsme.n?
A. It is a dead ban when bnli liits
batsman. . .
Dodgers in the
HnitiLUii TuU Lrml in Sec
viiil. Iiuiing fn Smith
Knot k llonirr With
Two on Hdf.cn.
nrotiklyii. April 2i, The Xrw
York tiiani nia'lc the frie three
out of four toilay by ddcaiiuir Drook
Ijn. 7 to i. Smith ent the Dodgtr
jinto the lead in the ecnd inninit.l'y
'driving a homer over the fence with
Iwo mm on bac. hut could not hold
lii advantage. Nelif pitched great
ball niter the ecoud inning. Score:
AM, MO. A I AH II O A
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Mmi.1. If 4 11 41-n. if 4 13ft
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T'Hli SI IHf II'-HWIImI . I ft ft
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I N.I. I ft
I T.K.H S f 5 1
rill for Smlih In avnlh.
Hiilifil for ana In nlnih
Batlrrl fur Hhrivar In nlnih.
ftiora hv Innlnaa:
I Nw VorX ft ft ft 4 T
urumuyn i ft ft ft ft t I ft ft
Nummary Run: rianrrnft. nawlliiita,
Toiii.f, Meual (fl. Snyur-r. Nbf. t'ranr,
Millar, Hmlih. Krrora: Hanrrnft, ('ran
ft). Two-baaft till :Bnrroft, )luul,
Hhlnrra. lloina run: luarl, Nimih.
Mtnlrn haar; Myara. ftacrlflrra: Miuail.
Kally. Imubla play; flrnh-RiwIlnsa-Kclly.
I.ffl on baara:, Now York, Brooklyn, T.
llano on halla: Off NVhf. 1: off Smith. I.
Strur-k out: Hy Khf. t: by ftmlth. 1. Hlta:
(Iff Hnilihw1l In 7 nnma; off Bhrvar. 1 n
t nnlnca. lit by pirned ball: Crana. by
.Vohf. Winning pilrhir: Nhf. Loalnf
pltihar: Kmlth. Umplrra: Hlflf-r. Slc
Coniilik mid 1'hlrman. TImej 1:42.
St. Iula Ilrfmla tlnrlnnall.
rinrlniiall. April 23. St. Iiui. lilt 011
llatilft hanl, iiim(1 Rrrat ua of aacrlflrra
ami caally won. In 3. North win wild
In tho alfthlh and waa rrllevd -hv 1'foffir
afti'r forrina In two runa. lorhy, with
n fur baaoa on halla and a aaijiflrf. did
not hav a l.-sal tlm at bat. 8cor:
ST. Mlt'lS. . I CINCINNATI.
AH. H.O. A I
AB. II. O. A.
Alio Tlitrna. rf
4 -ff t
0 Paulien. lb
3 3 3
fl1 Puiiran, If
Tnriioreer. 3b 1 0 1 0 Hohne. 3h
Honialiv. 2b A 0 I 3' Hariwr. rf
HeatlHvite. rf 4 l S 0 Khnmlrk. ia
Mi llmrr. If 4 ft ft ftil'lnelll. Jb
l.aran, aa 3 4 0 llwinm. e
Alnamltk .1 3 II OUSIIImile. n 2 II I
North, v 3 0 II 21-Hrnaler . L ft ft
Pfelfor. p 1 0 0 0 Svoti. p r 0 0
Totala 3i 13 Jf Ol Tntala 32 6 27 II
l-attcd for Gillespie In eighth. '
Score hy Innings:
St. Louis 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 1 1
Cincinnati 0 0000003 0 3
Summary Runs: Smith. Fnurnler (3).
Ilornsby. Alnsmlth. Burns. Dauhert, Pln
elll. Krror: Mcllenry. Twn-base hit:
Kournler. Three-bane hits: Fournler. La
van. Sacrifices: Tnrporcer (2). Ilomshy,
Fovrnler. McHenry. North. Ileathcote.
Ift on bases- St. Louis. 12: Cincinnati.
B. Base on brills: Off Gillespie. 3; off
Scott, 1; off North, 4. Struck out r By
Gillespie. 2: by North. 4; by Pfeffer. 3.
Hits: Off Gillespie. 11 In 8 Innings; off
North. 3 In 7 1-3 Innings; off Scott, 1 In
1 It.nlng; offPfeffer. 2 in 1 1-3 Innings.
Winning pitcher: North. Losing pitcher:
Oilleipie. Umpires: Qulgley, Moran and
Emslle. Time: 1:04. -
' Pirates, 14; Cuhs. S.
Chicago. April 23. Plttaburgh went on
a hatting rnmpnge today and pounded
chlrago'a pitchers for 22 hita, winning
tho first game of the series. 14 tn 8.
CnrlKon was wild but the locals could
not hit him effectively.
A capacity crowd, estimated at 20.000
was present and overflowed Ifito the out
field, making ground rules necessary.
prrrsBfRfiiT. i chicaoo.
AB. It. O. A. AB.n.O.A.
Maranville. as 4
I'arsy. cf 5
RlKliee. If ft
Travnnr. .lb 5
MnVan. rf .1
Orlmm. lb 0
Gooch. e 5
Carlson, p 4
9 .1 tint.-
0 4 n; llollorher. as
4 I Ol Krllrlier. 3b
5 I Silirlme., lh
1 2 l'fiolrln. lb
4 1 Olrallatuan. rf
2 10 OlMlllnr. If
8 7 OIKrtw. 2b i
2 0 S Harlnett. e
1 Jonea. p
Totsll 46 22 27 71 Freeman, p
Batted for Kaufman In sixth.
Score by Innings:
Pittsburgh 0 8 2 0 1 2 0 1 014
Chicago 0 0 16 2 0 0 0 3
Summary Runsf Maranvllle' (2). Carev
Bitrbee (2). Tierney, Traynor. Mokan (2).
Sr,,mm 2)' Gooch. Carlson (2), Stats.
Kelleher Grimes. Errors: Maranvllle
(J). Kelleher, Jones. Two-base hits:
Trmney "Gr"T"n Carlson, Grimes.
- eStn b",ac': Traynor. Maran
V,lf x,S?crl"Te!e Carlsn- Double piay
!, 'nuV- Left on base": Plttaburgh.
II: .Chicago. 14. Base on ballii: Off
Frcemafl, 2: off Kaufmann, 1; off Carl
son 6. Struck out: By oJnes. 1; hy
1 arlson. 2: by Kaufmann, 2. Hits- Off
.Tones, 5 in 1 1-3 Innings: off Freeman.
2 in no Inning: off Kaufmann. 10 in 4 2-3
nZl?nV'?y 8"'nd, 6 in 3 inning,;
Losing pitjher: Jones. Umpires: Xlem
and Sentellt. Time: 2:11. ,
Aubrey Devine After
New Pole Vault Record
Iowa City., Ia., April 23. (Special
Aubrey Devine; versatile Iowa ath
lete, who has already" won eight let
ters, hopes to set a new Iowa record
for the pole vault in the process of
winnino- hlo ninth "T". J. ..:..
o, "" x . uuuug inc
i,spring track season. At present
Iowa's All-Am-;-... i
. . r """'".u MunricroacK IS
joint holder with Shrader of the pole
vault mark, which stands at 11 feet
For two seasons Aubrey has vaulted
his way to a track letter in rather or
dinary style, taking advantage of his
natural ability and winning points
laregly as a matter of course. Now,
as he approaches the time when he
is expected to become one of three
Iowa athletes who have wone the "I"
nine times, he is anxious to leave a
record for someone to shoot at that
will be to his honor not divided with
Q. If a liall land in a tree or bush,
is the player required to play it from
whore 1t lies?
A. Yea. unless he wants to call It un
playable and take the penalty, which ia
gn hark to where it waa played from,
play another and count an extra pen
nlto stroke under V. 8. G. A., Canadian
and R. and A. rules. L'nder W. G. A.
drop another ball at the spot and count
a penalty stroke.
Q. iHave you any records as to the'
longest drive ever made by a golfer?
A. The longest carry authentically re
corded waa made by Dr.. Douglas Wood
on the Weston Super Mare course, and
measured 305 yards, Abe Mitchell, the
long.-drivlng British professional, says
the longest drive ho ever had measnred
was SOS yards, carry of course. The
roll depends altogether on the lay and
condition of the (round. Also the wind
has much to do with It. For this reason
records mean little. Cases are known
where players have gotten over 400 yards
on hard ground with the roll.
Q, Is a roadway always considered a
hazard tn golf?
A. Yea. unless) excepted by club rule.
Q. How many home-bred players ever
won the national open championship?
A. Five. J. J. McDermott, 111 and
1912: Walter Hagen. 1014 and 1919; both
professionals. Francis Ouimet, 1913;
Jerome I. Trnvrre, 1915; Chirk -F.vans,
191A. the last three bring amateurs.
U- Has a player the riant to demand
that the flag stick remain in position
while Is apiirosching a-hole?
A. Not. if his opponent requests that
j it be romevd.
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Omaha, al MtrklM tmmt.
iNiivrr at iiku"". i it. ftiumi.l
In aiaineai, ft, Tula. 4.
ft i. Jurh, ft, miK City. I,
(Imalia al hi. Jnatih.
Ws Aluliie al i.m.m t l),
Muut t'liy at Whh.l.
I'.mrr ! TuIm.
atioi. i r:t.t k.
W, I- v. i , H'. .
i i, act - t fuiuinm 4 4 .
.w i i Mi-Mita j
1'uuhwf.a a) 3 ,al luui.a, $
sU, txui. i 4 .V t w. iijiall
New York, T: lrnlifTi. ,1
I'M letilirn It, 4; t t liana 3.
Hi, Lu:e, m Cilu-lnnall. I,
,u othir gaiitej mUkiIuIihI.
Nt l.aula at Ciminnall,
IMIatiurfth at 1'hirnfto,
lliuuklill al lliialon.
New Yurk al I hiU.lclplna.
AUI.HK A .K M K.
'. I. r.i i w.
ew lmk ft 3 ,MW tt,-J, I
t leaaland ft 4 .imhi I hli-st 4
III lmia 4 4 .Me lirinm 3
I'lillaikllli 4 4 . Ma.lilnft.m 3
Nets' York. 3: u-hii.ion, ft,
Detroit, 4; t'leveiaml. a.
ht. Loula. 4: 'hire. 3 tl lnmnga.
No Other game scheduled,
Detroit al St. Louis.
I'hicago it Cleveland.
Iinaion at Wa-hitiginn
. I'hlladeipnift at New Vork.
AMERICAN A-MK IATION.
W. I. I'rt . w.
t .;' rntunihna s
4 .son Niuimll. 4
4 .t.mi Hi. Paul 3
A .MV TrtTMl-
rnlumhuax ft; St. Paul, A.
Minneapolis. I: Toledo, 3.
Milwaukee, ft; l.nuiavllle. 4.
St. Paul at Toledo.
Minneapolis at Ci. Iunil.ua.
Mll'auke at Indlanspotia.
Kansas City at l.miuville.
Al New Orleans, ft; Atlanta. S.
Al Nashville, 3; Utile Hock. .
Dakota League Will
Start Play ih May
Minneapolis. Minn.. Aiiril 21
With three new cities holding fran-
VU1.SC3 in i nc u.-iKnm league, season
play will begin probably about the
Tiiddle of May, nmrc than a month
later than the opening games of the
major and lartve minor leagues, it is
ennounced by Mike K. Cantijfon,
of this city, president of the league.
Definite openiiiR and closing da'vs
have not liccn decided as yet, Mr.
Cnnjillon said, but he predicted that
initial contests will be played on
May 17, and that the cud of the
Dakota baseball season will be on
Labor dayi Teams composing the
1922, Dakota league will be from
Jamestown. Valley City and Fargq,
X. D.; Walipcton-Breckcnridge, Wa
tertown, Aberdeen, Sioux Falls and
The league is now more represent
ative of both Dakotas, with four
cities in each state, comprising the
list. Three North Dakota towns
Jamestown, Valley City and Fargo
yere added this year, while three
South Dakota teams were dropped.
The latter three were Madison, Red
field and Huron.
ii r i
lies Winners in
Annaopils,. April 23. Midshipmen
athletes showed the way to repre
sentatives of Harvard and the Uni
versity of Virginia in a triangular
field and track meet, here Saturday
winning with a score of 64 1-2
Harvard was second with 32 1-4,
while Virginia's tally was 29 1-4. ;AU
of the sprint and distance events
were keenly contested, the biggest-
surprise developing in the mile in
which Curtis, the aiavy ' star and
Olypmic runner, was beated tjy
Burke of Harvard by a scant two
Baker of Virginia was the star of
the meet, taking both short dashes
and .running "as anchor man 'in the
mile relay, which was . also won by
the . southerners.
Columbus, April, 23. R. H. E.
Rt. Taul , 5 2
Columbus" 6 16 2
Fourteen Innings. '
Batteries: Benton. Sheehan and Allen;
Lowdermilk, Sanders and Wilson, Hartley.-
Toledo. O., April 23. R. H. E.
Minneapolis 6 12 1
Toledo ..7... 2 1 2
Batteries: Shaw and Mayer; McCulIough
and Kocher. . . ...
Louisville, April 23. R. H. K
Louisville 4 7 1
Milwaukee 6, 12 2
Batteries: Deberry and Meyer; Washer
man and Myatt.,
Indlanripdlls,- April 23. -R. tf. E.
KanrasClty , . , . , 0 7 0
Indianapolis .......' . . 15 1
Batteries: Reno and Skiff; Weaver and
I II II I J
In a new package that fits' the pocket
At a price that fits the pocket-book
The same unmatched blend of ' " .
Turkish, Virginia and BuRLEYTobaccos
Stai-s in Saints9
Win Over Packers
IM. jWih riarr Sum lUlly
in Fifth Witb Triple and
Mini With Ionie Hun
limi City 7 t 8,
Su Joaeph, Mo., April -J. St. Jot.
nit nude it three out of fuur from
i toux t ny when it took the closing
game from the .'ackers here today,
H o 7. Tony Defate Parted a rally
tn the fifth nith a three-bagger and
rinled it with a home run uli the
bart full, the baiutft troring eight
rum during the melee. Score:
mm x city. I r joaki-h
An n o a i ah it a
llamllt.n. aa A 1
S litoM. b 4 ft It
lln.li.ll, b 4 J
I lii. II 4.3 I
J riM.w rf All
A ft H.aiuoil. rf 3(1
ft ft IMal. aa 4 9 3
I ft il lha.. U. 5ft 4 ft ft
I 3 Sutf 9k 4 3 S
ft 2 kaiiillrf. a 3 13
I. tall, rf
Matin A. rf
II. rt. If
Hint ll 3
Mrt.o!l. ft t
. is e. ill
I Tolih) 21 ft 27 IT
Rrore hy Innlnftai
Kiout City t 2 4
Ml. Joseph, t ( t ft I
Summary Runs: Hamilton. Ileinmg
wav 2. Klak. Aleia. Wuety. Teear. Crr.
dun. IV her. Bono ill CI. I'elala. He
Dora lil. Nufer. Kandlar, frnra: llrover,
llniiiinsa, Karnrd runs: Hinui City. 3;
St. Joseph. I. Ha on halla: off Mini.
4: off Teaar. !. Htrttik out: Hy Hlrd.
1; he Teaar. ft. Mft on haaea; Sioux t'lty,
Tl St. Joseph, t. . Two.hasa hilt Teaar.
Three.haa hits- -llemlna way. Itefale,
Matnlllon. Mattlik. Home runt Defato.
Dnulila r'aya: McDonald. Nufer. llrover,
Hamilton. Parker-Mela, ' Hnnowita-Urfat.
D"frte Nufer flrover. Sacrlfiro hlta:
Query, Hemingway. tmpire: Donobue.
Stolen base: Fisher. Timet 1:40.
Iloontera. ft; filler. 4.
Tulsa. Okl.. April 23 De. Molnea hit
llaugland and Trenlman hard In thft
early Innlnaa and d'f-ated Tulaa today,
ft 10 4. Richmond finished well. Merx
was ateady throuahout and waa given
spectacular suptmii hy the outfleldera,
lloran and Allien made several nlcft
ll. SIOIN'KM TllJit
AH. II.O. A l All. H.O. A.
4 II 0 II Milnnlt. at 4 10 2
a o 5 Mt nan. if
I 4 a Han., rf
3 111 ft Ulltelt. h
3 ft 3 Itanman. 2b
I ft 2 l.auib. cf
3 10 Tiiompwn. Sb
3 I'rroahe. e
ft ft S'Hnriimin. e
I Mainland, n
.11 11 27 11 Trentman, p
I Tnula 31 T 27 11
Baited for Richmond In ninth.
Ran for Ilennent In ninth.
Score hy Innings:
D'-s Molnea 2 A 2 1 3 A A ft 13
Tulsa . ....0 0 9 1 ft t 0 ft 4
Summary Runs: Grant (?). Horan (2).
Waaner. Turgeon, Tuna. Breen. MHilnnift,
Stun rt, Snellmsn. Trentman. Krrora: Mc
(ilnnls. Thompson. Snellmsn. Two-baa
hits: Davis. Breen. Three.hase hit: Yuna.
S.ici-lflces: Milan, Graham. Turgeon. Merx
Stolen base- Wsgner. Lellveit. Double
Play: Bmiinan-Lelivelt. Baso on balls:
Off Ilmiginnd. 1: off Richmond, 4: off
Merx. 5. Struck out: By Trentman. t; by
Richmond. 6: by Merx. 4. Left on basea:
Dos Moines. 7; Tulsa. 3. Runa and hits:
Off Haugland. 4 and 6 In 2 2-3 innlnga;
off Trenlman. 4 and in 1 2-3 Innlnga;
off nichmnnd. 11 and 2 In 4 2-3 Innings.
Umpire: Brown. Time: 2:00.
California in Tie yith
"California Field, Berkeley, April
23. Stanford converted a 'fighting
chance" into a tie in the 29th annual
track and field meet against Califor
nia Saturday. The final score was
65 1-2 to 65 1-2. A crowd estimated
at close to 20,000 witnessed the meet.
Many Entries in
775 Mares Named in $21,000
Kentucky Futurity for,
Foals of 1922.
Lexington, Ky., April 23. Seven
hundred and seventy-five mares have
been named in the $21,000 Kentucky
futurity for foals of 1922, entries
lor which were closed by the Ken
tucky Trotting Horse Breeders' as
sociation on April I, Their foals
will trot in the two-year-old division
of the futurity in 1924 and in-the
three-year-old division in 925. Ken
tucky owners lead with 247 nomina
tions. ' y .
The number of nominations, ac
cording to President Ed A. TiptonT
of the Kentucky association, re
flects tho extent of breeding opera
tions for a certain percentage of
brood mares, representing those of
desirable bloodlines, bred-to equally
suitable ' stallions, , . ' ' .
0. A. C. Volley Team to
Play Iowa Champs
Denny Ryan's O. A. C. volley ball
team, champions' of Nebraska, will
play ,the Des Moines ' volley ball,
team, champions, of .Iowa, next
Wednesday for the championship of
the two states.
"Mack Sox" to Play
With Pro Hall Club
Stvannah, C., April 21 x
Kkrtn, former Chicago Whitt
o bate ball pUytr, on of (hot
indiciftd for corruption of . the
1919 world's teriet, hat announced
here he would cIom contract
wiih W. C Meek of Chicago to
ioin the ca-major It Ague atara, a
baicball oraniation, to tour the
country in exhibition ame,'
Final A. A. C. Tank
. . ,
Fut SwimiutT Kntrrrtl in
WfAtprn A. A. U. Free Stlc
Star l'ltinprr Cunipett.
A 1 1 inn galure i prtniiied Thuri
day evening in the Omaha Athletic
rluli'n final UMiiiiiiiing inert of the
The open western A. A. V. cham
pioinliip event will bring together
the best tank artiMt iu thi rc
lion of the country.
In the fancy diving chaiitpioiia,hip.
K. J. Gauprl. who it a nicmlur of
the O. A. C. (tiad lat year, and
holder of the 19.'1 diving champion
ship, will enter unattached. Ciaitpcl
is now a resident of St. Louis.
Cornelius U. l'hilip, crack hunker
diver, will represent the L'niveriily
W. Edward Tope, of the Grand
Nland Y, M. C. A., thi year'i utatc
V. M, C. A. diving ohampiun, is
Herbert O. rillars, Douglas F.
Mclcher and Joe Raduincr, three
crack divers of the O. A. C, are
expected to do vnie great work,
and will give their competitors a
The western A. A. 17. senior 100
yard free style classic will be the fea
ture race of the evening. Adolph L.
Anderson, O. A. C. star free style
swimmer; Jack McQuade, D. L.
Diihond, Kdwin Cahow and Jim
l'ollard of the O. A. C. squad, arc
doing some exceptionally fast swim
ming and a new record is expected
in this event.
Several closed events are at
tracting attention, especially the 50
yard free style swim for married
ORPMtUMl CIRCUIT VAUDEVILLE
Matine Daily 2:15 Exary Night 8:15
In Joint Appear
"Almost a Single
Featuring GEORGE N. BROWN
Harry Lang and Jeanne Vernon '--
Asaisted by Iran Delroy
Mats 15c to 50c; som 7Se and $1.00
Nights, ISc to $1; eoms $1 and $128
CHARLES FROHMAN prevent
In Tom Cushing play
"Blood and Sand'
Founded on th famous novel by
Priees Evenings, 50c to $2.50
Matinee, 50c to $2.00
GOOD SEATS AVAILABLE FOR ALL
, NOW PLAYING
Sharing Equal Honors
"A Game .
. STARTS SATURDAY
WO R L ID
aa aSix Good Tim "Acta" Bftft
P PLEASING .
Six Good Tim "Acta" I
Starting at 1.15
3:20 6:45 9:15
SIX ANDERSON SISTERS
"A Melodious Musical Melange"
"The Peppy Duo"
FRED HAGEN A CO.
Presenting "The Bear Cat"
Vaudeville, 1:404:00 6:30 and 9:00
Greens Opened at
Ouulia Kniplii of Nibliik
Turn Out in larpc
Knight i ( the niltliik ami ffUthtt)
beat a path to Omaha gulf club
)rslerduy jti'l lUe Ijigeat pilgrimsff
of lite )tr is . , In) lutUy.
'Hie Happy liulluw tlub glad
ditird the Iit4il lit inrmbcti by
throwing iipm tin' majurily of it
eietn. "nlv lul.-t No. I. 3, .
1.1 and lo ih.pUytd the "stay-olf'
The until at the Country ctub
will not be irni'il fur smne time,
they are being nuretl fur th
l'raniniisipti soil' tournament
here the week of July lrt,
liolirr also wn in evidence in
great numbers al municipal links.
Tlio.e. wliu arlrcteil Klinwood wert
rewarded by gelling to play.mf the
pernianent grecii, which were open
Miihiait Trat kitten to
. Compete in Two Hclayi
Aim Arbor. Mit li.. April 2X The
I'niversity of Michigan wilt be rtp
rsentc( both at the 1'enn rclavs in
Philadelphia ami the Drake track
mrtt at De Moine, Ia., next Sattir
da, Coach Farrell announced to
day. Two relav Irani, a well as
a number of individual performers,
will participate in the meets.
lroyle to JWeet Straycr
Harry Boyle, Omaha fighter, and
"Battling" Strayer oi Lincoln have
Leen matched fur a 10-round bout
tit Hasting. May 2.
i nuv - . i
I If lAjlaV3?a I
A Superb Kclure
fjxices this -wrnr-
; 50 1f 30
First Time at "
. Popular Prices
'The World's Champion
TWO SHOWS IN ONE
IVAN DA HA WL E Y
'Fireman, Save My Child"
Matinee Except Sunday 25c 30e.
Boxes Reserved 40c.
Night and Sunday Matine 30c 40c.
z Boxe Reserved BOc.
CHILDREN WEEK DAYS 10c
Picture at 12:00, 2:30, 5:00, 7:30, 9:45
Empress Rustic Garden
All Drinks 10
All Table Free
Week Days 25
Carl Lamp's Orchestra
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