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THE REE: OMAHA. MONDAY. MAY 1. 1922.
Omaha and Oklahoma City Split Double-Header Wilder Slams Out Homer
by 6-5 Score
Indian Go on Warpath iu
.Ninth Frame of St-ron..
(imiir and Chalk
By RALPH WAGNER.
Emu Cogo 5 mi Lincoln State League CIiab.'"cap l,r!t!'
'I Pitches io Hit,
1 1 ri II I I III II am m m W
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anasiandinds !ucmcr " 10 'i Stw Ciinlinals
League Clumpion, lUmmcr Three
No Run Contest
Hurler (or lirec Homers, Two
Triple and Kiht Single.
IIDI.I) ami abetted by
kikmI pitching, nuiy
iirMii'K and tpirtuue
liiintik', the Omaha
in winning the firt
cauie of the double
lit rf.irr with Oklahoma
I ttv hwe y lerday by
luc mite ul o lo ,i. me rcou
game wa-u't o K""J. the local
ilrofipinir the ronirt to the Indian
I xfirr a Hard hat
lie. 2 to 4. More
pl.iyrd a brand of
baseball in the
initial contest that
nil i pleasure to
w i t n c s a . Good
with the hurling
of Joe Drugtiiand,
send-pro. and tlic
hitting of "Red" Wilder, v. ho clout
rd hi third limner of the sea-ion,
were the features,
With the score knutttd. 2 alt. in
Omaha' half of the bcvi-nth, (.irif-
tin iiiiflrd and was forced at second
l.y "Pete" Snedecor. The lanky Buf-
tajo iirst-&acker ailvanccu a base on
a passed ball and thru Grantham
uai issued free transportation to the
initial station via walk
Wilder Gets Homer,
"Red" Wilder was next at hat. lie
faced Pitcher Love r.nd gently
smacked the Indian miners first uc-
liverv over the center held hoards
fir a homer,, scoring Sncdccor and
The Indians scored their first run
in the foilrlh when Tate doubled to
deep center, went to third on a sac
rificc and trotted across the home
platter on Love's high sacrifice to
right held. A walk, a stolen base
' and Massey's double resulted in an
other Ked Skin making tracks across
the home plate in the sixth.
Oklahoma City came back in its
section of the ninth and tied the
score, chalking tip three runs on a
walk, hit batsman, double, single
. and sacrifice.
To Hurler Joe Drugmand of
. Omaha belongs the credit for win
ning the first game, or at least a
big chunk of the credit.
' Lee Singles
After two Buffaloes had failed at
hat, Wilder again faced Pitcher
Love. A picture of Wilder knocking
a second homer loomed up in front
of the Indian hurlcr and he, heaved
over four balls, permitting "Red"
to trot down to first.
Drugmand, who had been easy
outs jn the preccediiig innings, sin
gled to deep center, Wilder taking
i third. "Billy" Lee came to bat and
whanged a one-base blow to right
garden, and Wilder scored the win
The second game wasn't so good
from an Omaha angle.
. "Cy" Young was on the mound for
Manager Fisher. The veteran pitch-
er was stingy with his hits, allow
ing the. herd only four scattered
bingles, of which one was a double
hv "Pete" Snedecor in the seventh.
: The Indian whiffed three and walk--,cd
the same number of Buffaloes.'
. ' - Wigington on Mound.
Wigington, who hurled for the
Schuyler Neb.) club last season,
was Barney Burch's choice for slab
duty in "the second affair. "Wig"
Was given good support throughout
the nine frames and was pulled out
' of three tight positions when his
, teammates gave him airtight sup
port. He struck out two Indians
and walked only one.
- After the Indians had scored a
run in the fifth on an error and triple
by Long, the Buffa-tees forged to
. theifront in the seventh w hen Wilcbx
-got hit .by a pitched ball and took
second on Gislason's sacrifice.- Man
ush came through with a single and
all hands advanced. Griffin then
walked and the bags were all occu
pied, . Wichita Here Today. ,
Snedecor got his first hit of the
home season when he clouted out a
rioitble, scoring Wilcox and Man
ush with the Buffaloes' final tallies.
Oklahoma City tied the count in
the eighth on a base on balls, sac
rifice and a single, and won the ol'
"game in tlj.e ninth when Heatly, af
ter two, down, singled, stole second,
and scored on Tate's triple to deep
right field. Long came along and
singled, scoring Tate with the final
". tun of the game.
The Wichita club, champions ol
the 1921 season, will open a four
gi'.me series here this afternoon, the
game starting at 3:45 o'clock.
Ix Anselsa. April 10. (First Game.)
. R. H. B.
Sseramenta , . 11 14 4
I.os -Armeies j 11 j
Battalias Klehsus and Stsnage; Thom
ss. Robertson and Daly.
(Second Game.) - R. H.E.
arrsmento 6 S 0
Los Anreles 6 13 3
Batteries Hampton. Kuna and Cook,
Sianace: Dumovlch, Crandall and Bald
$an Francisco, April 30. Horning- Game.)
K. H. E.
Kajt Laka T 10 1
Saa Fraaelaca 10 14 i
Batteries Rleg-er. . Sorts, Ovens, Blae
holder, Bylar; Scott, Conmba and Agnew.
(Afternoon Garaa) R. H. E.
Salt lake . . 4 12 1
Saa Francisco 6 14 3
Batteries S. Lewis. Bromley, Tnurston
and Jenkins; Geary and Telle.
Seattle, April 80. (First Game.)
R. II. n.
Seattle 14 li 1
Batteries Rrenton and KroeMer; Jacobs
and Tcbin '
(Second Gsaie R. H. E.
Oakland ... .12 I
eatile 1 s 1
Batteries Arlerte and Kneh1-: eisrd
ar, Burger. Daily, Mack and Spencer,
j$k c (
h&J. M$ra 'ilk I Manager "Buck" Beltier. man- j C n
I fTWGhP' "It Br of ,ne Lincoln State league 1 1 T if J L
fatfcrV I baseball club: A. Schoeppel. pitch-j r' P
ftefc&&h 5 I er- nd Co"ch 0wen Frank ,re 1 1 J' jtJ I
fl y(v I th bin in the Lincoln ma-: I SI .A 1
fj V chine this aeaion. ' V Jl
i-i i- yS Beltzer hat a tquad of speedy .SmK
T- r infieldera at work at Lincoln and i ,' , vtrt
wr J predicts that hit club will have one r
L Oven Trank - Coach J the fastest infields in the state Schoeppel-Pilch err A
BY THE BUFFALOES
AB K.II TB KH Mil fOA K
rill, rf ....
laNallr, aa .
Halm. Il ..
...a l o
. ...1 I 3
...1 I I
...4 S t
... II 1
llmllj. tt .
Tnta, 3b . .
ioip, p ...
. 31 ft 7 IS 4 lv JS 0
AB R II TR KM SH pr V.
t.rr. If 4 n a a n n n n n
Wlliov. m 4 0 0 0 0 i I
(l.lamn. Sb...3 00OOOtll
Maniiah. rf ,.,.3 I 130O&AO
(irirrin, rf 4 03400. 100
Snrdppor, lb. ...4 1 0 0 0 0 9 0 0
Wilder, r 3 S140H400
Urucmonil, p ...8 01110040
Totals tit a 14 1 1 27 s t
xTwn out whan nlnnlni run scored.
V4ore by Innlnca:
Oklahoma City ..0 0 0 1 1 0 0 3 .1
Omahtk 0 1001080 I S
hiimnmrj Karnrd runs: Oklnhonm lily,
Omaha. 6. Ift on haaaa: Okluhoma.
lily, 1; Omaha 4. Nlrurk out! By lore, 1;
by lruninil, i. linnet on halls: Ofr love,
5: ofr Urujcmoiid, .1. Hit by pitched ball:
r-islaaon and Manush, by Love; Heatly, by
llrurninml. rassrd ball: Kiaher. Hn,
run: Wilder. Two-base hiU: Manush, lxve.
Tate (2). Massey. Inipires: Melilnom and
Hrown. IKiuhle play: Snedecor (unassist
ed). Time: 1:45.
AB KHTBtlllSU rOAK
Bates, lb. . . .
Heatly. cf . . .
34 4 8 13
.3 0 0 0
1 11111 1
Wilt-ox, ss 3
(llslason, sib.... 3
Munash, cf 3
nil in, ri a
Snedecor, lb.... 4
rantham. 3b... 4
Wiflnxlon, p.... 3
Totals 28 4 S I 1 37 18 8
Score by Innings:
Oklahoma City 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 51
Omaha .. ,' ...0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 02
The Summary Earned runs: Oklahoma
City, 3; Omaha, t. Left on bases: Okla
homa City. 5; Omaha, 4. Three-base hits:
Tate. long. Two-base hits; Bates.
Struck out: By Wigington. 2; by Young,
3. Base on balls: Off Wigington, 1; off
Young, 3. Hit by pitcher: (Wilcox), by
Young. Double plays: TtatVto Massey to
Bates; Snedecor, unassisted; ti runt hum to
Uialason to Snedecor; Wilcox to tiislason
to Snedecor. Time of game: 1:35. Um
pires: Bowse and MrGlnom.
Johnny Wilson 7
to Meet Gibbons
Oklahoma City, April 29.
Johnny Wilson, middlemeight
pugilistic champion; will meet
"Mike" Gibbons of St. Paul in a
. 10-round decision contest here
May 26, it was announced late to
Arts' and Science College v
' Wins Meet at j, Lincoln
Lincoln, April 30. The Arts and.
Science college athletes of the Uni
versity of Nebraska Avon the inter
collegiate track and field meet Sat
urday, piling up a score of 74li
points, while their nearest competi-
Medical college entries
IT iVia 3 fWereTr r 1 w of
with 16 points. The;, College of :
ewu&iaavi a noa iiiiivi.
Waite Hoyt and
Nearly Come to Blows
New York, April 30.--Waite Hoyt
pitching star, and Manager Miller
Huggins of the New York Yankees,
nearly came to blows in the 14th in
ning of Saturday's game after Bos
ton had scored the three runs which
gave the visitors a 5 to 2 victory. "
Hoyt protested because Huggins
had instructed him to pass Smith
of the Red Sox, filling the bases:
In a heated argument, the young
hurlcr took a punch at the manager,
but Frank Baker and Woods, the
Yankee's trainer, stepped between
the pair and prevented a row.
It was not indicated what steps
the New York club micht take to
Mark Set by
Illini Team in
Illinois Athlete Hurls Javelin
for New American Dis
tance Joie Kay Beat
en by Watson.
Des Moines, la., April 30. Scnsa
tional racing and brilliant perform
ances in the field events resulted in
an avalanche of broken records in
the thirteenth annual Drake relays
A world's record was shattered in
the four-mile relay, a new American
mark was set in the javelin throw,
and a new intercollegiate record was
created in the running high jump,
Two records for the Drake games
were cracked and two were tied.
The crack University of Illinois
team clipped six and a fifth seconds
off the world's record for the four-
mile relay, coverinp- the distance in
17:45. The former record of 17:51 1-5
was made by the Boston Athletic
association team in a meet at Easton,
Pa., nine years ago.
Angier Sets Record
The Illinois team of flyers was
composed of Howard Yates, captain;
Kussell Wharton, :John Patterson,
and Gordon McUinms. Yates, al
though beaten to the tape by Krogh
of Chicago in the first mile, covered
the distance in- 4:27 3-5. Patterson
ran the second mile in 4:25 2-5, and
McGinnis, running, third for Illinois,
xovered the' distance in 4:28 3-5, fin
ishing nearly a lap ahead of the
field. Wharton, the anchor man of
the quartet, stepped the fatest mile
of the race, breaking the taps in
4:23 3-5. His nearest rival was 150
yards in the rear at the finish. .
Milton Angier, another Illinois per
former, shattered the American rec
ord in the' javelin . throw when he
heaved the shaft 202 feet, 9 1-2
inches, breaking the former record
of 197 feet 5 1-4 inches made by
James C. Lincoln of the New York
Athletic club in New York in 1920.
The new high jumping record was
created by Lloyd Osborne, also of tfie
Illinois team, who cleardcd the bar
at six feet six inches in the running
high jump, z height never before
reached in intercollegiate competi
tion, according to Knutc .Rockne, the
Notre' Dame football .coach and ref
eree of today's games. J '. ' ,
With a bright sun blazing down on
the field and a .slight' breeze blow
ing, .conditions were perfect' for' a
record-breaking performance and Os
borne continued in his efforts until
successful. ;-. ,
: After bagging thepion's share of
the honors,, the Illinois, team finished
its day's work by '" setting ' a new
record for the Drake, quarter-mile
relay, 'winning the event in 3:20 2-5.
The former record was 3:21 3-5. The
Illinois half-mile team tied the Drake
record bv winning; the event in
1 4"S. which Kno victories
m three of theKfive , university class
Collapses After 1 Race. '
Ifonors for cracking other Drake
records went to the Cedar Rapids
(la.) ' High school team, which set
a new mark of 8:27 4-5 for the two
mile event and 3:31 1-5 for the mile.
The team also tied the Drake record
for the half-mile high school relay,
covering the distance in 1 :34 3-5. .
Perhaps the most thrilling race of
the day was the one-mile college re
lay.' which w-ent to Centre college
of Danville, Ky., in 3:31 4-5. " Berry
man, after running a punishing race
in the second quarter, . fell in a col
lapse. -He set a desperate pace and
made up at least 30 jards . for . his
team. - - -'
The. Occidental college team of
Los Angeles, Cal.. which represented
the far west in the meet, won the
half-mile college relay, .while the
Michigan Aggis won the two-mile
The bigecst upset of the meet was
the defeat of Joie Ray of the Illinois
A. C winner of several world's
records Kay wa vanquished by
Kay Watson, an undergraduate of
the Kansas Aggies, in a special one
mile match race, in 4:24 3-5. Watson
shot into the lead at the start, re
taining it for the first quarter mile.
Ray passed him in the second quar
ter and held the advantage until they
turned into the stretch. Ihcn Wat
son, with a burst of speed, pushed
ahead of Kay as they were within
75 yards of the finish and broke the
tape, a victor by two yards.
Everett Bradley of Kansas car
ried off individual honors by winning
first place in the shot put and broad
jump. Brutus Hamilton, the Uni
versity of Missouri all-around star,
while failing to win a first place, was
second in the javelin, third in the
discus, fourth in tnc shot put. and
tied for second in the pole vault.
State Cornish Will .
Name Ring Referees
Padgett-Britton Bout Next Friday
Is Cause of New
Lincoln, April 30. A new ruling
has been passed by the department
of public welfare in which the box
ing commission is given the power
to select a referee for all bouts in the
The Padeett-Britton bout, to be
held in Omaha, is responsible for the
new ruling. It had been expected
that an eastern referee would be se
lected to handle the battle and the
Nebraska officials decided to make
it a state affair.
The rule which has been adopted
by the National Boxing association
reKulatine the depths of padding on
the floor of rings has been adopted
also. Ihe national association rules
that and and one and one-half inches
of padding is necessary.
Kansas Aggies Nine
Wallop Huskers, 5-3
Manhattan. Kan.. April 30. (Spe-
Tcial.) The Kansas Aggies defeated
the University ot Nebraska in pase-
ball . baturday, b to o. I he worK
of Cunningham, ' Aggie pitcher, was a
feature of the game. .-
R. H. B.
Nebraska 0 0080100 03 8 2
Kansas Atrgies.2 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 x 6 7 1
Batteries: cunninsfnam - ana rjunon.
Zlzenjjeim and Anderson. Umpire: C. , H.
Moss., 3 I " M-'J
Pittsburgh Central "Y"
; Wins Volley Ball Title
New York, May 1. Pittsburgh
Central Y., M. C. A. had tonight won
the first national volley ball cham
nionshio in the finals of a two-day
tournament held at the Brooklyn
Central Y. 'M. C. A. Twenty-four
teams, -representing all parts of the
country, competed, and Canada was
represented by a team from Toronto.
Minneapolis, April. 30. R. H. E.
Indianapolis i 11 0
Minneapolis 1 14 3
Batteries Betty, ' Bartlett, Hill. Cavet
and Krueger; Shaw, Smallwood and Mayer.
Tom Dennison Returns
. to Omaha Horseless
'The Ak-Sar-Ben stables - missed
having a new Tom Dennison horse
in it just by. minutes. . .
Ten days or so ago Tom Denni
son went to California, where Walter
Gray,' a steed of some little track
rapidity, was on the market. An
agent had been instructed to arrange
the deal, but the . agent's memory
Then a second representative hired
a veterinary, who .went to the track
and looked the horse -over; he got
a favorable report on it, chartered
an express car and decided that if
Tom didn' want the horse he'd take
the horse himself. Then he called
up the owner.
"I'll be over with the money for
that horse in - few minutes." he
Just sold him." said the owner,
breaking the bad news. So Tom
Dennison came back horseless,
Charley RohrrUon Hlaiil
Tipfr No Plajer V.m
JUat he Firt; White So
(Vic lVrfftt Support.
I)firoit, April JO Charley Hubert
ioii, Chicago American league pitch -
er, entered barball lull of fame to-
day by pitching a no hit, no ruu
iw .n.jin.t IJfirnit. lh White Six
winning. 2 to 0. Not a Tiger reached
In keeping the Tigt-rs from not
1 l)4e throughout the nine inuiins. !
! Roherton. obtained lv the While;
I Sox from Minneapolis, paralleled the
! feat of Pddie Jn. hulling auainst 1
Kd Walh of Chicago, Uituiicr -.
Robertson was given faultier mip-i
port, particularly by Mcl'Mlan and
Collins. whoe nappv fielding re-j
ii,j..i Tin!-.: .ii ftrdf r'nllint aliO re-
uerr driven far into the outtirld and
these were gathrred in by Hooper1
and Motil with little difficulty. j
Koberton fanned ix Detroitcr as i
part of lii contribution to a perfect'
!" "". . .
Manager Cobb railed in two pincn ,
Iitttcr) in the ninth in an effort tOi
stop Robertson, but they went down,
a their team-mates did before them.
a. I . !.. ..cnnH inimiir in
.'IIUV HUMI nt ivw. yn '
which thf visitors scored their two
runs. 1'illette alo showed splendid
AR. h n, A
An. M.w a
MnWian. 4 10" "
Mrtlellsilt 3b 3 I I 3 ful-l.w. 5b
Collins, rb 3 14 3 Cl. cf
limner. f .1 3 0 Veerh. If
MnMtl. If 4 13 0 llt-llmann. rf
airunk. rt 3 0 0 0' Jnne. Sh
Klieelr. lb 4 S 0 0 Runer.
SVrnlk. e 4 1 1 I Mnlon, a
Biiherltoa. p 4 0 0 1 IHletie. p
Tnli'l 31 7 S7 Hauler
3 II II 3
3 0 3 3 1
3 0 1 0 ,
i 3 ;
3 0 11!
3 0 3 1
3 S f 1
0 0 3
1 s n o
10 0 0
o :; to
Ftatleil for Rlcncy'ln ninth.
Batted for rillctt In ninth
Scnra by Innlnss:
0 0 S 0 0 0 !-o
Summary Runs: llnorer. Mostit. Krror;
mue. Two-base htls: Mulllaan. Rhneley.
Pscriflre hits: MVCIC'in. Collins. Rlrunlt.
Irfft on bases: Cliicaeo. ; Pelrolt, 0.
Bases on bnVn: Off Pllletto. 2. Struck
out: P Pllletle, 6: by nobcrtson. . Um
pires: Nallin anil Kvans. Time: 1:35.
Homer Wins for Red Sox.
New Tork. April rratt's eiKhlh In
nine; home run with Lellnilil on Jiaf.es.
Iiroli Phawkny's stresk of scoreless In
nlnirs sod enabled pnston lo defeat New
Tork today. 2 to 1. Hhawkey hart pitched
?5 scoreless innlnss this spring; up to the
time he wss scored upon. Witt was out
ot the irame with an injured ankle. Score:
bostov. I yt:w towc.
AB. H.O. A.' AB. If. 0. A.
t.lthnld.cf 4 S 0 0 MiMillsn. rf 4 1 l 0
FnMer, "b 3 1 0 4! Fi-wmer. If
Pntt. 2h 4 2 S 1' Raker. 2b
Smith, rf 2 1 4 0' Miller, cf
Putin, ss 3 0 1 2'Plpp. lb
Harris. If 4 0 4 Ward. 21)
Hums, 1h 4 0 0 0 gentt.
Waltert, e 4 0 0 0 Shswkrr. p
Pennoolt. 0 4 0 5;
Totals 33 7 7 10
Rcnra hv Innlnss:
4 ll 0
4 2 4 1
4 14 0
4 0 8 1
3 1 1
3 0 0 4
33 8 37 13
Ttnston 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2
New Torks 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I
Summary Puns: I.lebold, Pratt, Wood.
Krror: Ward. Two-hase hits: Smith. Ward,
Pratt. Fcwster. Baker. Three-base hils:
Halter. McMillan. Home run: Pratt. Sac
rifice hits: Hunan. Scott. Foster. Double
plav: Ward-Scott-Plpp-Srhanp. Left on
bases: New York. 6; Boston. 7. Base on
halls: Off Shawkey, 2. Struck out: By
Shawkev. 1: bv Pennock. 4. Wild pitch
Pennock. Umpires: Walsh,, Owens and
cniu. Time: 1:47.
Senators Defeat Athletic.
Washington, April 20. The Senators cof
lected enough runs In the fourth Inning
today to defeat Philadelphia, 6 to 4. The
visitors drove Gleason from the box In the
next Inning but could do nothing with
Zachary, who succeeded him. Score:
PmtATmPPTA. I WASHINGTON.
An. H O. A I AB. H O. A.
Touns. 2b 4 0 2 31 Smith. If 3 10 1
S 2 12 llHarrla. 2b 4 1 3 (I
110 (VPJce. cf 5 12 0
4 1 8 0I Judge, lb 4 2 11 0
3 0 1 01 Rrower. rf 3 0 IS 0
4 2 2 OlPecltinn'sh. ss 4 1 3 3
4 2 0 SiOlisrrUv. c 4 2 10
4 10 VBush. Sh
2 0 1 nlnicason. p
1 0 0 .11 Zachary, p
n 3 b
3 0 0 0
31 9 27 16
1 0 u ui
Totals - 33 24 111
Batted for Ec.kert In ninth.
Score by Innings: .
Philadelphia 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 04
Washington ...0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 x 6
Summary Runs: Young". Johnston (2),
Walker, Smith. Harris, Ttice. Brower,
Pecktnpaugh. Gharrity. Errors: Young
Pykes. Smith. Rice. Peckinpaugh. Two-
base hits: Harris. Judge. Three-base hits:
Johnston, Oharrlty. Stolen bases: Smith
(2). Sacrifice hits: walker. Smith. Double
plays: Peck -Harris-Judge, Bush-Harrls-nlays:
Left on bases: Philadelphia. 7:. Washing
ton. 9. Base on halls: Off Navlor, 4; off
Gleason. 3; off Zachary, 1. Struck out:
By Naylor. 2; by TSckert. 4: by Zacharv,
1. Hits: Off Naylor. 6 In 6 Innings: off
Ec.kert, 4 in 4 innings: off Gleason. 8 in
6 innings: off zachary, 1 In 4 innings.
Winning pitcher: Gleason. Losing pitcher:
Naylor. Umpires: Connolly and Wilson.
St. Louis Defeats Cleveland.
St. Louis, April 30. A triple olay
hv . Wambsganss and Mclnnis of
Cleveland, and three doubles hy St.
Louis featured the latter's 11 to 9
victory here today, the third straight
over the Indians. Kenneth Williams
failed to increase his number of home
runs, going hitlcss for the day. By
winning today's contest the. Browns
tied the New York team for first
CLEVEMN". t ST. LOFTS.
AR. K.O. A.I AB. TT. O. A.
Jamieson.lf 4 4 0 o'Tnhln. if 3 3 0 0
WbJianai. 2b 4 2 3 f'Filerhe. Sb fi 1 4 2
Sneaker, rf 5 3 I 0' Siller, lb 3 2 7 1
Mclnnis, lb 4 2 0 1' Williams. If 3 0 4 1
"swell, as 5 7 3 .TJacnhann, cf 3110
CJanineraob 4 0 10' ernretd. e - 4 3 0 1
Wood, rf fi 1 3 I'Wer, ss 4 112
O'Neill, c 3 1 4 VMcMsnns, . 4 2 3 4
Rninault, c o n 1 oini. n linn
Hachv. p 0 n 0 fliVnln. p 110 0
Keefe, p 2 0 1 1 ' Shocker, p 10 0!
Morton, p 000 "!
Mails, p o 11 11 or Totals o- u u j-
Fran 0 0 0 0'
Granay 0 4 n 0
Tctals SB It 24 111 . - 4
Ran for O'Neill in eighth.
Batttd for Keefe in eighth.
Score hy Innings: '
Cleveland 0 fl 1 1 2 2 0 7 0 s
St. Louis 3 2 0 1 1 2 0 2 x 11
Summery Run: Jam!enn Cl. Wamns-
ranss Sewe'l, n Neil!. Keere. Mans,
Tobin. Ellerbe CI. Risler, Williams. ,Tn-nn-on.
ReVorcid. McManns (2). Davis. Ko'n.
Two-base bits: Jacobson. Reverein c-i.
Kolp. O'Neill. Sneaker. Stolen bases: Sis-
ler (3). Sacrifice hits: Williams, navis.
cobin. MrTnnis. Double nlays: Gerher-Vc-Sfanus-Sislcr.
4 if cM anue-Gerher-Sisler. Wil
liams - Slsler - McMamis - EUorue. 1 ripie
nlay: Wambaganss-iroTnnis. Left on
bases: St, Louis. R; Cleveland. 7. Base
on balls: Off Devls. 3: off Koln. 1: off
Bagbr. 2: off Keefe. 2: off Mails. 1.
Struck nut: Bv Davis. ": hy Barbv, 1: by
Keefe. 2: by Mails. 1. Hits: Off flaghy. 0
n 1 1-3 innings: ofr Keere. 7 in a z-a
Innings: off Morton. 2 In 2-2 Innln?: off
Kolo. none In 1 1-3 Innings: off Davis.
2 in S 2-3 Innings: off Shocker. 2 In 1 2-3
Innings. Hit by nftcbeil bal': .Tnmienon.
v DavN: Grane-. by botn. Wild mtmes:
reefe. Mails. Winning nitrh"r: Shocker.
.osing pitcher: Morton. Umpires: Dlneen,
Mnraritv and Hiidehranil. Errors- Wambs
ganss. Wood. O'Neill. Time: !:!5.
Read The Bee all the way through.
You w ill find it interesting.
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Indianapolis at Minneapolis.
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At New Orleans, u; l.iitla itock, 1.
At Nnelivllle. 7; Atlanta. 4.
At Mobile, J; ChatismiiiKH, 4,
j Columbus Track
Team Wins Meet
Usccola, Nth., April 30. (Spe
cial.) The 1922 track meet for the
high school teams of Osceola, Col-
11111 mis, beward and Central City was
held on the Osceola grounds Triday
aiternoon, a large number of vis
itors from the towns named being
lirrMTiu to witness the contests.
Columbus contestants carried off
the first prize, having a total score
of 72 points. Osceola business men
nave contributed to the purchase of
a loving cup and as soon as appro
priately engraved the same will be
presented to the victorious school.
Second place was won by 'Seward
with a total' of 23 points, while third
place was secured by Osceola with
a total of 22 points. Central City
was awarded fourth place.
The star of the meet was Ben
Triba, a Columbus student, who for
merly was a member of the Osce
ola high school team, and whose
home is in this county. He secured
24 of the points for Columbus and is
surely a star athletic performer.
Medals were given winners of first
and second places.
Paul Stumb Released
to St. Joseph Team
Minneapolis, Minn., May 1. Paul
Stumb, pitcher, formerly with Van
dcrbilt university, has been released
by the Minneapolis American Asso
ciation culb to -St. Joseph of the
Western League, it was announced
Washington Tracksters Win
Seattle, Wash., April 29. The
University of. Washington won the
annual Washington' relay carnival to
day with 25 points. Oregon agri
cultural college was second with
23 1-2 points, and University of Mon
tana third with 5 1-2.
No Ironclad Rules
Girls9 Swimming Toggery
Girls, let your conscience be your
Ira Tones, citv recreational direc
tor, announces that there 11 be no
ironclad rules for bathing suits to
conform w'ith this year.
In other words, swimming toggery
may be of the, latest creation with
out clashing with the municipal idea
of propriety. . . "
Nature's hose aren't to be tabooed,
cither, Jones declares.
"We have no strict rules and don't
Stage Set for Annual City
High School Track Meet Friday
The stage is all set for the annual
city track meet, which will take place
at Ak-Sar-Ben field next Friday.
South, Commerce and Central are
entered, and plenty of competition
Coach Smith's Central tracksters
look especially good this year, hav
ing won the Fremont meet last
week. Beerkle was Central's star,
collecting 16 points, and is expected
to carry off high honors in the city
meet. He will be entered in the 100
yard dash, 220-yard dash, and both
high and low hurdles.
Day will run the 440 and 880 for
the Centralites, and Lawson and
Lewis will probably be entered in
Sautter will be entered in the
hurdles with Beerkle. while Keyt.
Pope and Maritsas will take care of
the jumps. Howell and Galloway
will heave the shot, and . Thomas
and Erickson the discus. Tope is
Uenvrr. Ulu. A,. l 1U1U4
in j ile three inline r mi. iw) inpirii
and eivht double mA difiaiol 1 ti
jrr, .'.5 to I, here today, Sioir; '
an 11 ii a 1
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Huinmarj linn'.' tlnffin ill, lli-rer r,
Usalllmrn IJt. Kasl llt ! . Ilutlrr
III, M. lmuell III. Haley III, Mi lainnrll
CI ttruihi. KlIKI"! le-r'. I'ulKin HI,
Wtisht. Patk-f Kainatl ius: Wlihita,
14: lienter. I Tulnn linai tin!'. 11,
1 W lit.uiu tl llalet. Ilnaer, Mil'oanl,
Mi-lhHinell. Kaai, Three. .. ii.: l-.a-i,
Uriff n llitnie runs; Haley, M' lbiwctl,
Keniri-a bli; lllakeeley hlni.k null Hv
Ormaree, ;'; by tlro, i; h Heche, J; by
li IWiutiell. I. Hasi-a tin ImUs: nil lem
, 2; off clrn.s. 2; i.ff Mt nnnell. I.
Hit by pm li-.l ball: tlritfin. by times.
Left on liases: Wirhi'a. Hravrr. 7 III
inula pllihril; lly Hall'bury, 1-1 Inning,
runs. hits: bv Peiuaree, i . liminaa,
14 runs, 14 hits; bv ilroea. I liininas. I
runs, 4 bits; by lleelie, $ liinins. tin
runs, 2 bus; bv McOonnetl, 4 innina-e. I
tun, 4 hi 1 a. Losing niliber: Kellsliury.
I Winning piii her: llerbr. l'niplr: Jlilin
. aula and KiUpatrirk. Time: i.vi.
Ililrrs Traunra Parkers.
Hlout Cllv. Auril 30 TuUa mad enl
five hits off Itiieiiger. but all of lh
I oilers' safeties were Knod for two ba
ana rstna shi-n most neeiei, giving lb
iltnre b runs and a ft in 3 Vh lory over
I ha Packers, the final game of the aeries
hare liners on balls ulal'i-d a lais pa
in fba Hioux City ai'tirlns, (so runs Im-iu,
fnrrril In. l.snili a (isliliiig wss a fralui
Tt If siorx CITT
AH II O. A I AH. II O A
Iti-tinrtt. If 2 11 1 11 Ham'tlnn si '. I I ,t
Hi m it. :! 4 14 4 lli-iiiiii'y, 3b 1 1 1
liana, rf .1 1 0 0 Kiali.rf 5 2 3
Ulltrll. lb .1 I II mtlelr. Ih 4 I II
l amb, rf 4 II fl (I'OMeriard. rf 3 I n
Tliiinitwin. Jb 4 2 I 2 Knhinuin. If 2 12
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I 0 0 0:
Toiala 3 27 14'
Bittlid fur llaugland In Slh.
Score hy Innings:
Tulsa 2 fl 0 0 0 0 0 1
Sioux City 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0
Summary Runs: Bennett, Stuart, Dsvls,
Thompson, itaumsn. r.ian. Mots, uster
gard. Errors: Rocttger. Two-hsse hits
Muart. Lelivelt, Thompson (2). Pavls,
Klsh, Ostergard. Rolilnsnn. Sacrifice hit
Bennett. McGinnis. Wltta. Stolen bases
Hemingway, liauman. Iiouble plsvs: .M
liinnis-stuart-Lcllvclt. lilts and runs: Off
Richmond, none and none In 1 2-3 innings
off Trentman, 2 and 1 In 3 Inning; off
HaiiKland, 4 and ! In J 1-3 Innings: l.cft
on bases: Tiils.s. 4: Sioux Cltv, 11. Bases
on balls: Off Itlchiuond, 3: off Trentman
3: off llaugland. I; off Rocttger. 4. Struck
out: By Richmond, 1: by Trentman. 2: by
Koctlgcr. 9. Inning pitches: llailglnn'l
lilt bv pitched ball: Palmer and Oftergaril
hy Trentman. Umpires: Oniisby and
Holmes. Time: 1:45.
Ilooslers Iiie lo Saints.
Dcs Moines, April SO. St. Joseph
Hunched h ts with errors In the fourth
ana fifth Innings today, overcame a
run hnndlcsn and defeated Dcs Moines.
lo 3. In a contest marked hv the brllllan
fielding of Defate, Turgeon and Grant,
ST. JORKI'K. I PES JIOIVES.
AH. 11.0. A.I All. II. O. A
wmuil. 111 .1171 Jinan, ir 4 2 5
Corriilnn. If 3 2 2 fl'l;rant, 3h 4 12
Klslier. rf 3 0 2 0 lloran. cf 4 1 1
Itonorrltr. cf 3 1 1 IHIiralialn. lit 4 2 10 0
lli-rate. a 4 n 3 3' Wapier. ?li 4 2 3
McDonald. Sb 4 0 0 2i Turgeon. is 4 12
Nilfcr. Sit 4 12 3' Tuns, rf 4010
Kandlpr. 0 4 2 10 21 Runner, e 4 0 3
Ilorllfe, p 4 0 0 !'0lrnwil(l, p 3 0 0
1 Knox 10 0
Totals 34 7 27 13!
I Total! 30 27 Is
Score by innings:
St. Joseph . 00042000 00
Des Moines 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2
Summary Runs: Fisher (!), Bnnowitz
12). Alouonald. Nurer. Horan. Graham.
wagner. rcrrnrs: Delate. Hovlik, Grant,
Waaner (2), Turgeon. Home run: Bono.
witz. Three-base hit: Wagner. Two-basa
nit: ttrabani. bacniice hit: Bonowltss. Left
on nases: St. Joseph, 4; Dcs Moines, fi.
struck out: Ry Odenwald. 1: by Hovlik. n.
Bases on balls: Off Odenwald. 2. Earned
runs: St. Joseph. 1; Des Moines. 3. Doubl
piay: lurgenn-wagner-ornham. Umpires:
uononue ana Anderson. Time: i:3&.
Wins Lacrosse Trophy
hew Vork, May 1. Although de
featcd, 6 to 1. by the Crescent Ath
letic club -yesterday in' Brooklyn, the
Oxford-Cambridge lacrosse team
will carry back to England the in
tcrnational lacrosse cup, the first
trophy offered as an incentive to
overseas competition in what orig
inally was an American Indian
Must Guide Them
intend to make any," he says.
"Tights alone will be barred."
Preparations are being made for
the opening of the swimming sea
son June 5.
A new diving platform has been
installed at Carter Take and the bath
houses rejuvenated. Slight improve
ments also l.ave been made on the
pools at Rivcrview, Spring Lake
A floating dock is contemplated for
Carter lake, which is the most popu
lar municipal bathing spot.
Central's best bet in the pole vault.
South High will also be repre
sented by a fat bunch of athletes.
Coach Patton has been working his
men hard to get them in condition
and says Tech ahd Central will have
to show some fast work, if they ex
pect to win the meet.
Spencer and Gilbreth will be enter
ed in the 100, 220 and 440 dashes for
South High. Hutchinson and Iez
lak wilt compete in the 880, and
Pujus, Seymour, Nixon, Trusscl and
Emmuel in the mile. Spencer looks
best in the broad jump, while Hutch
inson, Townsend and Ackcrman are
going good in the high jump. The
discus shot put will be left to Bryan,
Kuitz, Wakefield. Nixon and Cald
well. Coach White of Commerce has
no. outstanding stars on his team,
but from reports he has worked up
a point;gctting combination, that
will make the meet Friday more interesting.
! IfrffT llohl. (ailn Ilrlptrn
Wliilt Ti-aiiuiMlr Chalk
l'i 111 1. 11 n rou ltd
t'iii4i!, Apiil At. Si. Iuit hut
nut ChitaS". U 10 P, in the final
K4ine ( the ".eric Icte lody hy
i-niiiiiiikf ,Vr jiiilrr and Oihorne to
.;all rrtinrf vt the lirld, I'fclfer Wy
11 mi line toi m and Jal tl e loraia liflp
le In 11 ihev gut turn cm bae.
line ul the Uigrt frod of lha
f4nn Mat prornt, making ground
rule iirtc4ty, sore:
ar iin i
I Hit AHA
ah 11 n a
iail rf I I I a e f
in,r, b 'Is ll.ul,.hw a
11 a-a. .a lit I K.it.u.i 11,
ll,nl 3 '2 4 t llimiM h
ll.sih.e it I I Set ,i'.t,ai rf
. Ilisnj, If I I ft H
1 I 14 I
I atait M
7 A 1 art 71
12 1 l ri'teil. '
1 a 4 tlrxallar. p
41 II 27 1 ll.iria p
I Tslala -' f 12
H.ll-.l fur Atrtsniler In seventh.
lia 1 tri fop nstwrna In ninth
S.-fira l,v ItiHlnsa-
Hi l.i.ui, 4aia0a.lt
1 1 2 . 1 I
milta i;. KeuriiierX
Summary Runs: Smith (: raurit
-. Him it, lli.n ahv 121 lle.lhrme. Me.
Ilanrv, Ijttsn. Errors' llnrnshy. llnttAth
er. I'allnshsn kmc Two-bsss bus:
Htm-k 1:1, l.st sn. Milfenry, liornshv,
rurnler. Ssi nfu e nil: Mi Henry. Double
Mav! rfefrer.Alneiiiith-Fnurater, l.efi en
hit-s: nt lttils. : I'hli-sgn. II. Base 00
balls: iff I'feffcr. 2: off Alexander. I: off
1 islmriie, f. Hirtii k out: Hv Alssander, ?:
,v naiiorne, 2 ln: nff Alesendee. It
In 7 Innlnss- off I isltortie. I In 1 Inning,
lilt by pllibeil ball: Miller, bv rfrffer;
Alnsmltb bv llehnrii. Wild pltrh:
b'.rne. I.e. mg pili her: Alexander. I'm
plrea; Quigley and Moran. Tims: 2:11.
Red. Heat rirales.
Cincinnati, ",, Attrtl 20 Donehtie atif
lirbeil iMarner and Clni'lnnstl won front,
Pitiahiirgh. 3 lo I. In ha ninth Kna
Icifileii and M ored mi an Infield out. I'm
rlnnstl's runs were nisd by sharp con
secutive hilling. Seme:
riTTRiii m;n 1 civrisvcri
ah 11 o A 1 ah 11 o A.
'ftrantlll, SI 4 11? ftitma. ef 3 1 I rt
Carer, cf 410 Itaiihen. Ik
3 I it a
4 fl n
4 1 :
4 1 4 fl
3 10 2
31 10 27 13
4 I .'. I Hum an. If
4 10 3 Robne. li
4 4 1 Harder rf
4 0 2 0 Cavener. a.
3 10 I'lnelll. 3b
4 I 2 I White, e
2 10 2 llonnhite. p
1 I II fl
n n Tuii
Tellowh'ras. p 0 fl fl'
Telala 31 f "I 10'
nulled for Glsrner In eighth,
nan fur Knhwer In eighth.
Si-nre bv Innings:
rittalnirgh fl 0 0 0 0 0 11
Clnclnnsll 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 S
Summary Runs: Kb. Burns. Hsrpsr.
Cavenev. Krrors: Goorb. Wingn., Three-!-se
lilts; Dsulierl .Ens. Stolen bsae;
Rnhne. Sacrifice hits: Dsubert, Csvepev.
Left on bases: Pittsburgh. 7: Clnclnnsll.
. Rnss on Inlls: Off Glazner, 1: off
Dnimhue, 1. sirurV out- Bv Glasner. 1:
l.y Diinnhue. 3 Trim: Off Glssner: In
Innings: off Tcllnwhnrae. 1 In 1 inning.
Hit hy tiltrhd bill: Pinelll. by Glssner.
Balk: Glssner. Losing nltrher: Glssner.
rmplres: MrCurniit-k. Rigler and rfirman.-
Dodgers Make It Two Straight.
RrooMrn. Anrl! 30 Vance mlched area!
ball todav snil Brooklyn mada It two
iraignt rmm me rhiiiies, 4 to 0. Vss
lanncti s, twice retiring the side by .
nlng three men In a row, the first tlma-
in ine rum and aasln In the ninth -f-
ter Wslker hsd sinrleif and Wllltatna
ritlLADKlPlllA. I BROOrTf.TV.
AR ll fl II an fx A a
!tPt. r-h 4 0 4 II High, as ' l' A i
4 0 I 01 Joliiiatnn. 3b 4 1 0 H
4 2 2 I T Griffith, rf 2 0-10
3 12 0' Wheat. If 4140
J. Smith, as
4 1 1 .1 Mrers. cr
4 2 0 1 Peat, lh
4 0 in fl1 Olson. !h
5 0 4 O'TTunilinf. e
2 0ft 41 Vance, p
tl fl 0 01
1 0 0 0' Totals
4 12 0
4 0 3 1
2 0 0 1
3 10 1
SI I 27 f.
Totals 32 II 24 111
Batted for Ring in
Score bv Innings:
Philadelphia 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Brooklyn 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 1 x 4
Summary Runs: Johnston f21. T. Grtf-
ftlh, Myers. Krror: Post. Two-bsa hit:
Myers. Three-bBso hit: High. Home run:
Myers. Double tilsv: Rano-Leslle. Left on .
bases: Philadelphia. 7; Brooklyn, .
Bases on balls: Off Ring. 2: off Vance. 1.
Hits: Off Ring. 8 in 7 Innings: off Betts. 1
In 1 Inning. Hit by pitched ball : Henline, w
hy Vance, struck out: By Ring. 2: by"
Vance, 3. Losing pitcher: Ring. Umpires:
Hart, O'Day and Kmslie. Time: 1:41.
Five Leading Hitters
of Three Leagues
a. A ft.
R. IT. Pet.-
12 28 .43
19 28 .431
14 27 .429 .
7 25 .424 1
12 20 .408 ,
R. 17. Pet.
8 13 .464
13 23 .448
20 SH .420 -11'
R." H. Pet.
14 25 .42
14 24 .429 -, J
8 18 fl
6 15 .417 71
Kail. Wichita IS sr.
Manush, Omaha 15 6S
ilsh, Siouj City 17 63
euveit. Tulsa 15 Ml
Bennett, Tulsa 13 49
lenhenRon. Cleveland, s 37
Witt, New Tork 8 2
Williams. St. Louis... 15 CO
Sisler. St. Louis 15 HI
Speaker, Cleveland ..14 67
Maranvllle. Pittsb'gh.14 67
Kelly. New York 15 50
Walker. . Philadelphia. 10 38
Harper, Cincinnati. ... 12 3t
Stokan, Pittsburgh ... S 3S
Falls City Wins.
Falls Cltv. Iv'eh.. Anrll 30. (Snecisl
Telegram.) Tho Falls City American
region team opened its season today by
defeating Dawson, 9 to t. Thornburg and
McGill for Tails City, and Yates and
oons for Dawson, were the batteries.
Beatrice, : llrunnlng. 1.
Beatrice. Neb.. April 30. (Specis! Tela-
gram.) Manager (Toots) Kirchner's Bea
trice State league club walloped tna JHrun
nlng semi-pro club at driving park befor
crowd of 2.000. to 1. in the Iirst noma
game the Blues have played.
Hoffman, who pitcnea tne rtrsr. inras
nnlngs, whiffed six Brunnlng'a athlstas.
s did Bittontiorr.
Th. hnse stealing of Adaraa and John
son of Beatrice and Quinn's fielding at
hort were the features, linger aiao am
some crack backstopplng.
The scoro Dy innings: i. n. m.
Brunnlng 00010000 01 s
Beatrice 1 4001003 X 1 1
Batteries Brunnlng: uoemeiar, w.
awks snd Schulte: Beatrice: Hoffma
Blttendorf, Jackman and Unger. Umplra
Fairbury, Neb., ApHT'3:r-Special Teis- -
gram.) .Segrist s Fairbury leagntttam
nlavcd its first ffama Sunday with "Stub"
Life's Beatrice semi-pro team, winning by
score of 10 to 3.
Batteries Fairbury: Lovicht and KI-
ley; Beatrice: Giddings and Lane.
I.ovichs struck out 1 and 1st tntm
own with 5 hits. Ulddinga pitched good
ball for 3 Innings and weakened.
Grand Island Heats Pleasanton.
Grand Island. Neb.. April JO. (Special
Telegram.) Tho Third City ciup or -i-
ebraska State league detested i-ieas-ciaa
on in a practice game today by tna
ore of 12 lo 8. Pleasanton s runs csma
n the seventh inning while Kalk wss in
theabox for the loesls. Manager Roncn
used 18 men in the game, which was
strictly of the try-out nature.
Score by innings: R. H. E.
Ptaafonlnn O S A A 0 0 3 0 8 4
Grand Island . . .'l 3 0 2 2 2 2 x 12 IS "ll
Batteries Tlbbetts and Brown; zinmaa,
Newton, McKlnney. Falk and Ifotlf,
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