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Legs Factor in
Tfch Captures Second Honor
Price Beau Two Slate
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By JIMMIE BAUCH.
Stale interti-liolatic record were
beaten ant a world' collegiate mark
wa threatened yesterday in the city
high ftchnol track and field meet in
which Central athlete triumphed.
'Hie I'urplc and While Mar cap
Mured a total of Ml I-.' point out of
possible 117, giving them firt
Tech came in for second laurel
with 37 1-2 paint; South v. a third
with l.t. and Benson brought up the
rear with 6, finishing first in only one
event, the half-mile relay.
World's Record Shaken.
Beerklc, high corcr for Central,
'clipped four-fifths of a second off the
tate interscholastic record in the
220 low hurdles, his time being:
. 25 3-5 seconds. The state mark is
26 1-5. .
The world' record of 21 3-5 sec
onds for this event was shaken, Becr
kle't pace being only four seconds
He aUo tied the state record of
10 1-5 in the 100-yard dash.
Btata State Mark.
By sprinting to victory in the 440
and 220 dashes. Prince of Tech, who
came in for second high scoring hon
ors, beat the state mark in both
His time in the 220 was 22 sec
onds flat, which is two-filths of a
second under 'the state mark which
has stood since 1904.
He bested the state 440 record by
two and four-fifths seconds with his
493-5 sprint. The Tecord of 50 2-5
was set in 1920.
Although lacking the personnel to
he a contender with its rivals, Ben
son grabbed off the honor of win
ning the half-mile relay and clipping
one-fifth of a second off the state
Negro Star Shines.
None of 'the records can go down
as official,; however, as the runners
in the sprints and middle 'distance
events were greatly aided by a strong
wind at their backs.
Price, thV Tech:i negro, and -Beer
kle, were the outstanding stars of the
meet i I ' "s'.-, -' .
Four thousand students witnessed
5 the contests. : '
100-yard daah: Beerkle. Central, first;
Galloway, Central, cond; Kline, Tech,
third. Tlme:i0:lft l-.
lio-yard dash: Prlfe, Tech, and GUbreth,
South, tied for tint place; GUbreth, South,
third. Time:" ft:.
' -440-yard dashl Price,, Tech, first; Day.
Central, second;, Perclval,. Central, third.
. Time: 0:4 S-6. ,
110-yard runs. Price. Tech. first; Day,.
Central, second;' McWaci. Tech, third.
Time: : l.
Mile: Rodda;,' Benson, first: Lawson.
Central, second; DeVoe, Tech, third. Time:
1:11 -S. i.
lid-yard hurdles: Beerkle. Central first;
Awenson, Tech. second; Ackerman South,
and Bautter, Central, tied for third. Time:
:i0-yard hurdles: Beerkle; Central, first;
Kline, Tech. second; Swenson, Tech, third.
Time: 0:!S -5. ...
High jump: flllbreth, South, first: Keyt,
' Central, second ; Durnall, South, and West,
Tech. tied for third.' Hcht: i feet.
Broad Jump; - Marltsas. Central, first:
Mach, Tech, second; Keyt, Central, third.
Distance: 1 teat. T Inches.
Pole vault; Torrlson, Central, first;
Pope, Central, second: Pestal, Tech, third.
Helftht: f feet t. Inches.
Shot put: Krasna, Tech, first; Wake
: field. South, second; Howell, Central, third.
Distance: 41- feet S Inches.
Discus: Thomas, Central, first; Cald
well. South, second ; Wakefield, Duth,
third, instance; 104 feet 4 Inches.
-Half-mil relay: Central (Galloway,
Mtrltras. Sautter. Beerkle). first: Tech,
ecoad; Benson, third. Time; 1:35 J-S.
11T 1. T
Omaha Bea leased Wire.
New ork, May 5. Ralph Green
leaf got away to a flying start in the
defense of tiis national professional
pocket billiard championship against
Walter Franklin of Kansas City in
the first block of their match at
Kline's Strand academy, -tonight.
After 36 innings of play the cham
pion emerged with a margin of 92
balls in his favor, the score being,
Greenleaf, 156; Franklin, 64. A
OFFICIAL SCORES WEEK
KNDIKG ATCBDAT, MAT
; Westera Leaftue.
W. WK. T.
IS '- T
Sioux City x
Pes Moines 1
St. Joseph X
, 1.. 1
T. W. WK. T.
s x I s
X X X
1 1T , x
X X -X - X.'
F. x S.
Brooklyn 3 ',
Boston 3 .
St. Louti x 4
Plttsburf h 1
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s :o 7
M.' T. W. WK. T.
St. Louis 11 ' 1
Cleveland ft 1
Boston S ' ft
Now York 1 11
Phlla. 4 11
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Minne'lis 1 i
St. Paul -T
Colnmbus J .
KUT Lewis to Meet
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Ted (Kid) Lewis, bolder of many
European titles, wants to b known
a the heavyweight champion of the
continent On May 10 he will take
a crack at the crown ofGeorge Car
pentier, who hold that title. The
rcrap will be staged in London. The
French champion is by long odd
Rain Stops Track
Meet at Shenandoah
Shenandoah, la", May 5. (Special
Telegram.) Rain brought Shenan
doah s second annual track and field
meet to an abrupt end with four
events iinhnished today. Shenandoah
was leading with 29 points; Lorning
was second with 18; Diagonal third
with 14; Sidney scored 11; Strahan
5, and Rivcrton 4.
New Records were set in 220-yard
dash, mile run and half mile over
that of last year.
Xoblc, of. Shenandoah ( with, 15
points, was individual star. One hun
dred and forty-four athletes com
peted from 15 schools, when scvero
windstorm and rain sent participants.
judges and spectators to seek cover.
I lie summary:
Mile run: V'anncssc (Sidney), first;
C. Simpson .(Diagonally . second:
Lawrence (Corning)." third. Time,
50-yard dash: Xoblc (Shenandoah),
first;" Dole Check (Diagonal), sec
ond; Dunbar (Shenandoah), third.
Time, 0:5 3-5.
220-yard dash. Noble (Shenan
doah), first; Howard (Shenandoah),
second; Sherlock (Riverton), third.
. Joie Ray, holder of seven world
records, ran a,n exhibition race in
shower, Tmile in 4.30"i "' '.'
'Half miie: Vanness (Sidney), first;
Hall (Cprm"ng) second; Gibson (Sid
ney),, thirds, lime, i:W t-s. ....
440-yard dash: Wesly Glassgow
(Shenandoah), first; Narigan (Corn
ing), second; Price (Diagonal),
third. Time, 0:53 3-5.
100-yard dash: hobla (Shenan
doah), first; Dolechecker (Diagonal(,
second; Howard (Shenandoah),
third. Time, 0:10 1-2.
Mile relay:- Corning, first: Shenan
doah, second; Diagonal, third. Time,
3:45 4-5, .
Shot nut: .Waltz (Strhan), first;
Young (Diagonal), second; Hunter
(Corning), third, instance,' os leet
7 inches. -- .
Pole vault: Bliss (Corning), first;
Tyson (Riverton), second; Dunbar,
third. Height. V leet I inches.
New Records Made
at Alliance Meet
Alliance, Neb., . May 5. Special
Telegram.) At the western Nebras
ka track and field meet held here to
day, 'Alliance won first with 50
points, Morrill second with 45 1-2,
Scottsbluffs third with ' 38 1-2 and
Axtell fourth with 2. "
'" New western Nebraska Vecords
were established in the 220, 440 and
?80 runs, high and low hurdles, pole
vault,, high jump, broad jump", jave
lin throw and the half-mile relay.
Lingle of Morrill was the highest
individual point-getter and was
awarded a silver loving cup by the
Alliance .Lambs club. Gold, silver
and bronze medals were awarded the
winners' of each event. - '
The summary of the events follow.
' 100-yard dash: 'Baimer, Alliance, first;
Bead. Alliance, second: Corringer, Mor
rill, third. Time: -10:04' 2-6 second.'
Polo, vault: Lingle. Morrill, first; Hum
bird, Scottsbluffs. second; Schalfer, Mor
rill, third. Hlght: 10 feet 0 Inches.
880 run: 'Strong, Alliance, first; Neal,
Alliance. second; Love. - Scottsbluffs,
third. Time- t minutes, 8 3-5 seconds.
120 low hurdles: Daley, Alliance, first;
Lingle, Morrill, second; Wyatt, Scotts
bluffs, third. Time: IS 4-6 -seconds.-,
Mile: - Bttt,, Scottsbluffs, first; Kil
llan, Alliance, second; Brofhear, Scotts
bluffs, third. .Time: S minutes,vll 1-S
Discus: Pickett. Scottsbluffs, first;
Dickell, Alliance, second; Lingle. Mor
rill, third. Distance: 103 feet. 3 inches.
320 high hurdles: Boberling, Morrill,
first; Lonff, Scottsbluffs. second; Stock
well, Morrill, third. Time: 47 3-5 seconds.,
High jump: Lingle, Morrill, first;
Bsker, Morrill, second; Stevenson, Axtell,
third. Height: 5 feet, 4 3-5 inches.
220 yard dash: Daley, Alliance, first;
Beal, Alliance, second. Time: 22 5-5 sec
Broad jump: Lingle, Morrill, " first;
Tin 1 OV Allian uuvinrf' Rnlanrf Sn,,e-
bluffs. third. Distance: 40 feet, i inches.!
Javelin throw:. J -awry,- Morrill, first;
Roland, Scottsbluffs, second; Richman,
Scottsbluffs. third. Distance: 151 feet, 1
440 vard dash: Beat. Alliance, firstr
Xove. Scottsbluffs. second : Feral. Scotts
bluffs, third. Time:: 55 4-6 seconds.
Shot put: Lingle, Morrill, first, Christ
man, Scottsbluffs, second: Hill, Axtell,
third. Distance: SS feet, lt4 inches.
Half-mile relay: Morrill, first; I Alli
ance, second. Time: 1 minute, 39 sec
onds. . . - .
California Net Stars
, Defeat Wisconsin Uni
Madison, Wis., May 5.Taking
six out of seven sets the University
of Southern California defeated the
University of Wisconsin in an in
tersectional ' tennis meet yesterday.
P. V. Greene defeated Gotfredson,
Wisconsin star, 3-6. 6-4. 6-4. Welch,
California, defeated Trcadwell, Wis
consin, in two straight sets, while
the western pair carried two easy
sets against Gotfredson and Tread
well in the doubles.
. - N ;
Clean Sweep of
FirMing Error I.one Game
for White Sox Sothoron
Hitrhri Tight Game
Chicago, May 5. Helding error
by Chicago, coupled with opportune
lulling and Allan Sothoron' great
pitching, enabled Cleveland to make
clean we?p of the (eric here, tak
ing th final game of (tic series, 6 to
3. The former St. Louie pitcher,
ktarting hit first game of the caon,
did not allow a hit until the seventh,
when Mrunk doubled, although he
had walked four men in that time.
In the ninth he weakened and
three hit were made off him, includ
iug two doubles. In fielding one of
lhee drive Speaker hurt hi leg
Charley Robertson, the rookie
pitcher, who twirled a perfect no-hit
- ii-.:. f-c t ...
KJluc at Leiruu cpuuuav, at
tempted to repeat today, but lasted
only nix inning, civing way to a
Lpinch hitter. The Indian nicked
hnn (or two hits in the second in
ning, and in the next frame Speaker
drove a grounder down first base
way after two were out, which Shcety
wa (low in covering, and it went for
a double, which paved the way to
the scoring. Thereafter hewa hit
safely, which, with erratic support
and hi own wildnesi, enabled the
Indians to count Cox, who replaced
him, walked two men, who scored
through some daring base running
and a timely hit.
Stuffy Mclnnis. the Indians' first
baseman, drew hi first banishment
from the game in 13 years, when ce
used objectionable language to Um
pire Nallin in a decision at first. The
ab. h o. A
AB. H O. A.
Ismteaon. If 4 0 S 01 lohnwa, si
Nnluo. lb 19
Wbnsanu. tft S 1
Mclnnis, II) I
Sneaker, cf 4 1
0 M lflUn. Sb
4K'Alllnt, !h .
ft. Hooper, rf
1 Feik. If
I' Sheelr. lb '
1. Yerran. e
1 Robertson. D
n tiiier. 3b
31 II !f llfoi.
I natenport, p
I Tottls 2 4 27 II
Batted foe Robertson in seventh.
Batted for Acoata In eighth.
Scora by Innings:
Cleveland .....Tri.,..0 ft 1 ft 1 S I 0 8
Chicago 0 0 0 0 0 1 21
Summary Runs: Wambsgsnss (5).
Speeker (2). Wood. O'Neill. Collins. Hoop
er, Strunk. Errors: Johnson. Hooper,
Fslk (2). Two-nse hits: Speaker. O'Neill.
Strunk (!1. Sothoron. Falk. Stolen bsses:
Wamhegmiss. Speaker. Gardner. Sacrifice
hits: Wnmbsgnnss. Mclnnis. Falk. Double
plevs: Wamhsgsnss-Mclnnls. Kalk-Sheeley.
Left on bases: Cleveland, 8; Chicago, 4.
Rase on balls: Off Robertson. 9; off Soth
oron. 4; off Cox. 2. Struck out: By Rob
ertson. 1: by Sothoron. 2: by Acosta, 1.
Hits: Off Robertson. ln. Innings; off
Co, 1 In 1 Inning: off Acosta, 1 In 1 In
ning: off Davenport, none in 1 Inning.
Hit by pitched ball: Hooper, by Sothoron.
Bulk: Robertson. Passed ball: O'Neill.
Losing pitcher: Robertson. Vmplrci Evans,
Nallin and Morlarty. Time: 1:50.
f . . Yankees. e , Athletics.
Philadelphia'. -May S. Devornier's . lone
double, scoring Ward and Scott in tho
eighth today, broko Philadelphia's win
ning streak and gave New York a t to
4 victory. Ed Miller and Dykes kept the
Athletics In the running with circuit
NEWTOWC. I PHILADELPHIA.
AB. H. O. A.1 AB. R. a A.
0 0 OITnun. 2b
4 2 3 4
K. Miller, Cf
TMpp. 1 -Ward.
Scott, as ; . J
Perormer. c '
1 . 0 OITohnalon. lb
0 S 01 Walker. If
1 0 OlPerkina.e
0 0 OIK. Miller, cf
S 0 10 1
0 1 A
1 T 01 Welch, rf :
1- 5 lINkjlor, p
10 11 Moors: n .
32 7 27 ! Rommel, p
Totala 37 10 27 16
Batted for Moore in eighth.
Score by. Innings:
New York ......0 3 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 5
Philadelphia 0 1 1 0 1 1 04
Summary-r-Runs: E. Miller. Piop. Ward,
Scott (2). J5d Miller (2), Welsh, Dykes.
Krrors: None. Two-base hits: Devormer,
Dykes, Welch. Home runs: Ed Miller.
Dykes. Sacrifice hit: Ward. Left on
bases.: New York, S: Philadelphia". S. Base
on balls: .Off Naylor, 3; off Moore. J; off
Shawkey, 3. Struck out: By Shawkey, 5:
by Moore. 3. Hits: Off Naylor, none In
1 1-3 Innings; off Moore. J.ln 2-3 In
nings: off Rommel, none in' 1 inning. Los
ing nitcher: Moore. Umpires: Connolly
and Wilson. Time: 1:50. , , - . -
Browns Defeat Tigers. '
Detroit May' 5. Bayne today held De
troit to two singles,, both in the ninth in
ning1, and St. Louis defeated the Tigers.
6 to il. In the concluding game of the
series here. The: hits, followed by Heil
mann's fiy. gave, the Tigers their lone
run. Manager Cobb .benched himself for
a pinch hitter In the ninth, sending in
Fothergill, who filed out to Wtlllajris. The
ST. LOITIS. :v! '-'V
AB. R. 0. A.1; ' AB.H.O.A,
Town, rr . 4 1 3 oiniue. m r o
Oerber. ss S 4 2 alCutshsw. 2b SO
8liler.,!b 4 t 10 01 Clarke. 2b- ' 0 0
Williams, If 9 0S 01 Cobb, eft ' 3 0
Jacobaon. cf 4 1 4 "01 Teach. If 4 1
Screreld. e 4 2 R Olflellmann: rf 3 0
F.llerbe. Sb 4 11 Sllonea ?h 1 0
McMamu. 3J. 4 0 0 JiWaniv lb . ' 1 0
Bayne. p 4 0 0 2!Riimey. ss 3 0
'Baaaler. e . -. 1 0
Total! 55 11 27 10'Manlon. o 10
, ' stroke, p ' 2 0
. 1 .Tofcpflen.' n ' 0 0
., lmoteeA: 1 0
. lWnnill .11
; y : Pothersin
20 2 2l4
! 1 Totals
Ralti'd for Khmlre In elrhlh
Retted -tor Clark In ninth. ,
'Batted for Cobb in ninth.
Score by innings:
St. Louis ft 1 ft ft 1 ft 1 ft 3 S
Detroit ..... ...ft 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.1 1
' Summary Runs: Tobin f21. Oerber f2l.
Williams, Jacobson. Woodall. Errors:
Oerber. Cobb, Veach. Rlgney, Manlon,
Johnson, Three-base hit: Gerber. Sacri
fice hits: Kllerbe. Sisler, Hellmann. Left
on hoses: St., Louis. ID: Detroit. S. Bane
on balla: Off Bsyne. 2; off Johnson, 3.
Struck out: By Bayne, 5; by Ehinke, 3.
IHts: Off Ehmke. lft In 0 Innings; off
Johnson. 1 in 1 lpnlntf. Hit by pitched
ball: Bassler. by Bnyrie; Jacobson. by
Ehmke. Losing ptcher: F,hmke. Um
pires; -Htldebrand and Dineen. Time:
Whitted Demands His
New York, May S. After an
nouncement of his release today to
the Kansas City American associa
tion team, George Whitted. veteran
outfielder, demanded his uncondi
tional - release from the Brooklyn
club. He said if the demand was
refused he would appeal to Com
Whitted, obtained by - Brooklyn
from the Pirates, has been in the
National league for 10 years.
The Dodgers announced the re
lease of Sam Crance,- shortstop, to
the Seattle Pacific coast league club.
It was said, however, that the Giants
bad not yet waived on Crance and
that McGraw probably would claim
him and send him to the Indianapolis
club, as final payment for Ralph
W. . P. !
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Tabs aft Ornaaa.
Oklahoma in al ftioua City.
UUkua at Lea Molnea
(. Joseph al Denver. ,
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Ke Terk 14 4 .tla.mnbgti ft
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ruuliurth. a; Chlrmo, 1,
lii. Ii. Ij ClRt'lnuall, I.
Philadelphia at New York, rilft.
hoeioa at Hrooklxn. rain.
Tadar'a (iamea. '
t'hl.ajo at I'ICi.burik.
Cincinaati at Ki. Louis.
Hosian al Brooklyn.
Philadelphia at New Tork.
AMERICAN LIC AG IE.
W. I, Pet.l w.
1. IMin It f ,.VMiijUdelii I
Sea ork 14 f .sMlrVMn ft
l lMSJaul I ft ,S- ,,iniloa ft
IMuta ft ft .0M:IMnll ft
. irMeniay' Keaalls.
New Tork. I; Philadelpbift, 4.
di, Louis, t; liJlroll. I.
Clevelanil. ft; chlcsso. J.
Washington al Hoeton. ram,
New Tork al Philadelphia. 1
, Washington, at Hoeton,
t'hirsgo at Detroit.
St. Laulft al Cleveland.
W. L, Prt.1 ' W. I., pet.
Indianapolis lft ft .! Kansas Ciu 1 10 ,M4
Mlnneagolla II ft .M7jftt. Paul t 10 .41
(.niunma is j .esi' ltuatuia
Mllwauae lft ft .03(1 Toledo
T II .3s
3 li .181
- Milwaukee, ft; Columbus. I.
Indianapolis, 10; St. Paul, f,
Minneapolis, t; Louisville, I,
Kansas City, t; Toledo, I.
Toledo at Kansas City.
Columbus at Milwaukee.
Indianapolis at St. Paul.
Loulsvlll at Minneapolis. .
At Minneapolis R H H.
Loulsvills ; j 7 1
Minneapolis ( 11 f
Batteries: Koob, Long and Meyer, Brot
tem; Williams, smallwood, Tingling and
At Kansaa City R. U V.
Toledo f...l 13 0
Kansas City f ' ft 1
Batteries: Bedient and Kocher: Carter
At 8t. Paul ; - n. H. B.
Indianapolis'' .10 13 1
St. .Paul 7 10 2
BVteries: Roue. Pettv. Hill snd Krue.
ger: Martin. Rogers, Merrltt and Allen.
Af Milwaukee R. H. K.
Columbus i li ft
Milwaukee t 11 ft
Batteries: Palmero. Glazier and Hart
ley; Blgbee, Clark and Gossett.
Boosters Defeat Witches.
Des Moines. Mav ft. After Wichita had
bunched hits in the ninth for three runs
snd a one run lead. Des Moines knotted
the gcor . IA ita half , and won in the
10th, 8to 7. on sincles by Turaeon and
Banner and a double by Gorman. Tho
score: . . ,
Michita: '1 ' DM MOINES. '
AB.H.O.A. an. n o a
Griffin, cf X 0 0 0: Gorman. 2b s s
Mclntoih. cf 2 0 2 0 Grant, 5b 118 1
JWaer, as B J I 71 Hons, cf
S S 2 0
Washburn, lb ft 2 15 0 Warner, lb
Em, rf ,111 01 Milan. If
15 2 7 3
5 0 2 0
2 1 1 Turseon. u A
3 3 '2
Butler. 3b ' S 2 1 51 Ynna. rf
3 4 1 ft
McDowell, Sb .4 1.2 4 1 Banner, 0
3 It OiCullop, p
K v 3
40 17 30 12
Total- 43 14 28 10
Two out, when winning run scored.
Scora by inninas:
Wichita 0 2 0 0 1 1 0 ft i 07
Des Moines- ........ 0 0300001 14-
Summary Runs: Berger. Washbbrfl.
East, Blakesly, Butler (2), Gregory, Horan,
Milan. Turseon (21. Tuna (2). Banner.
Cullop. Errors: Berger (2). McDowell,
Wagner (2), Milan, Turgeon, Banner. Two-
oase nits: Maiey (Z), Washburn, Mc
Dowell, Gregory, Berger, Turgeon (3).
Tuna (2). Wagner, Gorman. Sacrifice
hit: McDowell. Stolen bases; Butler,
Tuna. Left on bases: Wichita, 11; Des
Moines. . Struck out: By Cullon. 9: by
Gregory, 3. Base on balls: Off Cullop, 3.
Hit by pitched ball: East, by Cullop. Wild
pucn; cullop. earned runs: - wicnita, o;.
Dee Moines. 4. Double play: McDowell-Berger-Washbum.
Umpires: Anderson and
uononue. Time: 2:03.
- Bears Wallop Saints.
Denver. Mav i. IGnrnna flnme. ' nln.1i
hitting for Johnny Mohardt in the 10th
inning, scored Tommy Long with a single
to deep center and Denver defeated St.
Joseph. 4 to 3, hero this afternoon.
The advantage see-sawed back and forth
throughout the early, periods of the game,
wiiii m wetzei lor Denver and McColl
for St. Joseph pitching tight ball. Score:
AB. R. O. A.
AB. H. O. A.
4 10 0
5 1 ft 0
4 0 0 1
4 0 2 0
I 1 I II
Bonowttz, cf 8 0 0
A 0 IS 0
4 2 14
McDona)d..3b 4 0 1
Patterson, 3b 4 2 2 ft
Xufsr, 2b 3 114
4 0 1ft
4 3 4 0
4 0 0 3
Grahowski, 0 S lft 0!
Wetzel, p .
MOJOII. P 3 0 0 4
38 8 30 22
Two out when winning run scored.
"Batted lor Monardt in 10th. :":.,
Score by Innings: ' - ' ' .'
St. Joseph 0 00002010 03
Denver .....ft 210000 00 14
Summary Runs: Fisher, t Defate (21.
Long (2), Shanley; Patterson. Errors: De
fate (2S McDonald. Earned 'runs: Si.
Joseph.. 1; Denver. 2. Stolen base: Wright.
Two-base hits: Long, Patfterson. Three
base hit: Grabowski.. HomeSrun: Defate
Passed ball: Spencer. Struck out: By Mc
Coll, 3j by Wetael, I. Base on balls: Off
McCofDl: off Wetzel, 7. Double nlavs:
Patterson - Wright - Shanley, Spranger -Wright-Shanley.
oy pitched ball: Corriden, Bonowitz. Left
on base: St. Joseph. 8: Denver. 5. Um
pires: Fitzpatrick and Burnside. Time:
Honolulu Champ Loses. '
Los Angeles. May 4. Walter
Miller of Los Angeles, claimant of
the world's middleweight wrestling
championship, was given a decision
over Kinio Ikeda of Honolulu.
claimant of the catch-as-catch-can
championship of Hawaii, at the Los
Angeles Athletic club last nisht
after eight -10-minute rounds. There
were no falls.
Five Leading Hitters ,
of Three Leagues
- G AB R H Pet.
East. Wichita ......,1ft' 7 10 3S .441
Manush, Omaha ....20 II II 37 .440
Fisher, St, Joseph ...10 ! 24 it .420
Eish. SIOUX City '....30 75 17 31 ' .413
Middleton, OkL City. 21 14 1 34 .40
National Leaft-nr. '
a AB R . H Pet.
Kelly. New Tork 11 07 IS 30 .443
Maranville. Plttsbgh 17 70 15 21 .414
WsllftV. Phlla 12 45 8 18 .400
Hornsby. St. Louis. ..17 2 17 24 .387
Powell, Boston 14 CO 14 23 .383
America a Leagrae. N
Sieler. St. Louis ..11 11 li 34 .442
Speaker. Cleveland. ..17 Tl li lft .408
Jemlejon. Cleveland. .10 II 10 21 .403
Smith, Boston IT II 11 1 -.3T
William. St. Louis.. 1 71 11 51 ,314
Out 29 Hits
Wilcox KntH-ki llotiifr, Pair
trf Doulilti and Single
Local. Win ly 11
to 10 Score.
By RALPH WAGNER. '
HOSC Omaha Buffa
CS I loe played right
teenth and Vinton
f Ai fttreel lot yeterday
L y 1 afternoon and defeat-
ro ine a uiea vucra in
the first game of a
four-coutet enc by
the score of 11 to 10
A ninth-inning rally on the part of
the BufTaloe and their manager,
Harney ' B urch,
broke . up what
might have been
an extra-inning af
fair. With the
core 10 all in
Omaha' half of
the final tanza,
first on a fielder'
choice, went ' to
iccond on Gran
iham't single to
ightt and corcd
the winning -run
when Burch. pinch
the apple out to right for a single.
Enough hit were clouted out dur
ing the afternoon'- pellet swatting
bee. to win nearly an entire season
of games. The Buffaloe collected 15
hit off the deliveries of three Oiler
hurlers, while the southerner gar
nered 14 hits off three Omaha
Plenty Hit Made. '
The 29 hits smacked out represent
a total of 42 bases. Of the 42 Jtotal
bases, Omaha registered 21 'and the
remaining 20 belong to Tulsa'.
Shortstop Wilcox of the Buffaloes
was the hero of the slugfest. The
local shortstop knocked a home run
during his first trip to the plate. His
homer was collected off Black, Be
sides hi four-base blow'Wilcoxgot
two doubles and a pair of singles.
And he was at bat five times, too.
For Tulsa, Davis, Stuart, McGin
nis, Crosby and Lamb slapped the
apple on the nose for doubles. The
latter chalked up two doubles.
Omaha' scored one run in the first
when Wilcox knocked a homer. In
Tulsa's part of the second the Oilers
scored five runs on six hits, all sin
gles, and an error. Drugmand, start
ed for the 'Buffaloes. He lasted
through the first and two-thirds of
the second, and then Burch decided
that wai enough and trotted out
"Mott" Wilson. The latter traveled
until . the., ninth. He allowedthe
Oilers four runs on seven hits of
which six were doubles. Stokes
"worked" the ninth. . ?: jp
Black Starts for Oilers.
Carl Black, former Des Moines
hurler, started for Tulsa. Carl went
up in the fourth after the Buffaloes
chased him for three runs and , six
hits. Boehler was next and he last
ed four frames. ' During his reign,
the locals collected six runs on four
hits and a pair of bobbles. Trenton
and his lanky form filled the box for
one and two-third innings.
' ' Spectacular fielding on the' part of
Manush and Lee for the Buffaloes
and Lamb for the Oilers, were the
features of he game.
' The same team plays here this af
ternoon. A double-header is schedul
ed for Sunday.
45 Minutes After Ed
Lewis Uses Headlock
Minneapolis, Minn., May 5. Ed
"Strangler" Ie w i s , heavyweight
wrestling champion, retained his title
here last night by defeating John
Freberg "of Sweden.
Lewis won the first fall in 36 min
utes with a headlock. Freberg was
unable to continue and was unebn
scious for 45 minutes.
The crowd hooted Lewis and the
champion had to be escorted by po-:
lice to his dressing room and then
to his hotel.
Sacce Gets Draw. i
Tacoma, . Wash., May 5. Jimmy
Sacco. Boston lightweight, and Bus
by Michaels of New York boxed
six rounds to a draw here tonight.
Sacco claimed a foul in the second
round, but; after a. doctor's examina
tion the referee ordered a three
minute rest, and the bout continued.
Mike Donlin to Scout. -
- Boston, May ,5. Mike Donlin,
former star of ' the Giants ' and the
Braves, now - an actor, wril act - as
scout for the Boston Americans this
summer, ; it was announced today.
He will cover the western leagues.
CIoet,Peabocry tCo. Inc.;,
BY THE BUFFALOE5
AH tt.M TMkH HHPO --
4ft lft II lilt I I
AH M, H Tfl ftH KM,Pt
Tls .....Mil tall 1111
ITsa aui na Inning ma was
alUtell balled far Morale la elshlh.
sallurrh bal'rd far Llnftlft lj alma.
Hear by lent Ufa i
Tula. ) ,m t I ft 1 ft ft ft !
Oman I ft 4 ft I I II
The Hummer) It m mm Mllms.
ThrewtHiea filial an nr. Twa.haae bHl
Mllraa, ft HertnaN ItovU, Ntaarl. Inb,
tl Mrt.innl., lnbr. Hum and hilai llff
llragmand, aiul 1 In aaa aed t-l l
alagai olf Hllaaa, and 7 In mix pad l-I
lanlaig! aff Make, I and ft In ihm tanlngi
aff lllark. ( sad ft In three laalniai aff
Hornier, ft and 4 In four Inning! aff
Trenloo, f and ft la ana and t-S Inning.
Wlnalnft plUhni Mankrui laalnt ftllrkm
Tieiiton. htrttrk aui l Mr llrugaiaad,
ton i by H'lleoa. t bjr Mubra, aari ft
Mlerk, 4 1 hf Hoehler. It by Trrnlaa.
sese, llaara an hallal Off Uraftnwad.
nan I off Hllaan, tl aff Makr. nun l af(
Mlark. It off Hoehler. Marl aff Tren'oa,
. lilt br pllrhed hall l .raalhn. by
Hlark. Tim of (am el t.OO, Implrr!
MeOloom and It ro wee. 4
High Teams Tie
" Central and South high, by win
ning over Tech and Council Bluffs,
respectively, went into a tie for first
place in the high school league race,
Tech is trailing a half game behind
Coach Hill' men, iced the contest
by going on a batting rampage in
the second inning, and scoring five
runs. Stribbling opened the inning
with a single, and Holmes followed
with a double to deep center, scor-.
ing Stribbling. Three bases on balls,
a single by Stalmaster, and a triple
by Hansen, accounted for the re
mainder of Central's runs.
Tech bunched four hits in the
fourth and fifth innings, scoring
three more tallies.
West pitched good ball for Coach
Druminond's squad, after relieving
Mack in the third inning.
South ' high won over Council
Bluffs in a close game, 6 to 4. Ger
nandt, pitching for the winners, and
Henderson on , the mound for the
Iowans,' engaged in a pitchers' duel
in which honors were even. Hender
son's teammates iailed to give him
proper support. -,
Creighton high by beating Benson,
28 to 3, holds ttie.reeopd for the
largest number of runs scored in one
gam?. ' 1 n . ., . .
' Premier Hughes Injured
London, May 5. Premier W.-M.
Hughes of the Australian common
wealth was thrown from his. horse
and his collar bone broken yester
day while he was visaing Grafton,
New South Wales, says a Renter
dispatch from Snyney. The injury
is not considered serious. ,
in Close Contest
?t. !.oui. National Male it
Three in Kow, Wiuuiiijt by
3 In ffer Tit1lciw
Up Toward Finish.
sr. Louii. Mav i.-St l,ftui made
it three in a row over Cincinnati to
day, winning. 3 to at. A rally in the
fourth gave the Cardinal, all their
runt off l.uyue. IMellcr utartcd badly
but pitched great ball in the late in
ning!. Mock, third baseman f'r M. Loui.
wa not in the game, having been
upendrd for three day for hi
rumpui with the umpire ycnterday.
rl H n ft i
4 111 ftwilh. rf
4 I t ft furnM, th
4 ft Tweiweree. lft
14 lUrn.Mr. Ik
4 ft t ll.aibrala. e
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ah, ii o a
4 I 4
4 ft ft
4 I ft
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iiariMT, r, , -
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k ItaiHld as ft ft
ft ft,Ma aa
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I Aiixmiia. ft
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Tmala 34 ft ! II
Mailed (or l avener In elghlh.
Itsttrd for l.uiu I ninth.
Hrora hy Inilnfts:
Clnrlnnsil I 1 ft ft ft ft ft ft ft-J
SI. Loui ft I I I ft ft ft fta-1
Summary Run' raubrl. Plnelll,
Smith, Tn'twn-er, llornahl' Krrori Tor
pnreer. To.haa hits: Plnelll, ftmllh.
Three-has hit: Ainamlth, Horn run: hau
lier!. Stolen hss: l, lenrr. Oouhl play:
Plnelll-nohn-iulHrt, l,fi on base:
OnrlnnsU, 7; St Mul. 4. Ra en ball:
off rrffr, I; off I.uque. I. struck out:
By riefer, I. lilt hy pllrhed hall: Har
grave, by Peffer. tmpr: rflrman. Me
Cormlek and nigler. Tim: 1:11.
r Irate Trim Cub.
Plttaburgh. May I. Pittsburgh ilefealed
Chirago loday. to 1. Th first I'llla
burgh run was m-ared In th third Inning
en hit by Carry nd Tieraey. Krug'a
error and ltokan'1 eacrlfir. Chli-afto'
run wa wored In the ninth en hit by
ivenener. uaiiei ana Miner, nrore:
UIICAOO. I PITTBBt'ROH.
ftR. H O, A.1
a I wMi
AN. H O. ft
H rarer, ef
li. Higher. If
Hi Mokan. rf
0 (Irtoim, lb
e'diwi b. e
I I Totals 31 10 57 IS
II ft S4 141
Ran for Miller In ninth.
Batted for Jone In alxlh. i
Scor by lnnlngg:
Chicago ft ft ft ft II ft ft ft il
Pittsburgh ft 1 0 ft ft ft 3 ft x
Summary Runs: Kelleher. Carey. Blg
bee. Cooper. Rrror: Krug. Two-base hits:
Hollocher. O'Forrell, Cooper. Stolen bsses:
Statx. Carey. Sacrifice hits: Malsel, Mokan.
Pounle plays: Ctooper-Maranvllle-Orlmm,
Cooper-Orlmm. Left on base: Chicago,
7; Pittsburgh, I. Bar. on ball: Off Jones,
i :off Freeman. 1: off Cooper, . Struck
out: By Jones, 4: hy Cooper. 7. Hits: Off
Jones. I in 7 innings: off Freeman, 1 in
1 Inning. Winning pitcher: Cooper.' los
ing pitcher: Jones. Umpires: Moran and
Quigley. Time: 1:41. ,
At a mass meeting "held at the
Kialto theater yesterday morning,
Central High's basket totsert were
awarded letters in recognition oi
their work on the hardwood floor
last winter. . v -
Those to receive the varsity "O"
were Capt, Beerkle, Lawson, Reyn
olds, Keyt, Konecky and Percival.
Holmes, Johnston, Marrow. Ravitz,
Howell, Sautter and Gcrelick re
ceived , Rs. Coach Hill presented
them. , , ' ' '
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the time exacting care in drafting, and the fine quality ef
material that go into higher priced ftuit that we challenge
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satisfies YOU. . i .
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WE ARE TAILORS "NOT AGENTS
MtaaMft TM Wlae,
W ixeid-, JHea, Way t tartl lT
Wiaelft bllt loeas xaeaeft M "
ftut"ir hi d.i tlekia, I I ft. '
a l4 ie lft ImKin f Ik aa
.a Ik fcililaft af 'liil.k' 4
Ha for ill aiaiter au Ik (Ul.hu
I TlHMruJI) fur Ifta Iumi.
, W ill tWaTnen
Paul. M.V.. ly ft ul Ti
IViiHal hrkiseka ! aill uya P
kaikUy aim i lam ie'4 In Ibt
r 11)4. Kartb lup, ft4l. irle
lp in1 ) Anailift i ik leant
ralraare Team Wla.
r-'slrbury. .. May lpiU !
Fiaiy mte league nswkall Main
frid ike Hranm Itt4ep"'tu'a Wd
e.M.r, ft . atliierlea: fur rirbary,
Jenuia. and Hllt gtiuninfti 1mrir ft4 I
tela Heal Hilar. "
IXn, I, Met S ihpe- lei I flu
fealmg Villi, h ll a't,la, It la
I, l oin bisk bnl ana Us Mm s"isM
lliM( I Ml smmii, 'kwe.le' Mtuh"y. I
Coin tHirhrr the elar of Ike il,
huldinft I he Villi, i.am hlilea in lb ,
even innin h in the b and r"l
leriitift Ihrra hit for himiwlf In f"ui
iripe I Ih plat.
Klkhara taafta Marl,
rinoni, ., Sly ft icinl 1 Tin
Klkbnrn Valley league pen4 US reaeai
Hundsy, f"ur cmmI gnir being pl)al
The rrenintil lleli,., d'f.ale-l Hooper,
ftremnnl, lft In 4. while al Arlmftinn. Ih
Krentonl Srnln look a I la !"
that place lirrlbn.r ran y h Vl
le. tl to t. and .Mrkrj dd'alrd tllir
ft lft t '
lietheabara tlral Itrmly.
Telegram i OolheuUifi defeated Mradf r",.
her hitnday in a fal and iiierr(mi - -asm,
to I. Taylor, plichm for lh
lual. ahlffed lft baiter and ll-iaed anl;
fnur hit. ft ninih iniimg tally ti
Brady from ft ehutoul.
Kcor by IHnltigs;
rt it f
Hrady ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft l-l 4 I
betlerlee Rrady: Krtaenaieln. Catnh
lln and I'arlar; Uothrnburg: Arylor and
Klh Win Twe. .
Farwell. Neb.. May ft. (Special.) In
Ih Sherman-Howard league, Sunday, Klha
wop a Uouhl header from Bockvlll. win
ning Ih firet II is 4 and Ih erond
to ft. Danacbrog (hut eut Farwell, I to
ft, and Aahion won front Boelus, t to .
la4 aganaa Werkeul.
Bloomllrld. Neb.. 1y . (Speclsl.l
Th local town baaeball leant h'ld II
flrat workout yesterday, and about '
doaea raialldalee reported. Present Indi
ratlon point for a good leant, the bark
slop position being th only on that Is
causing much concern. It is not at alt
unlikely that a man will have lo h hired
to fill Ihla Job, but otherwise thN team
will be strictly home proposition.
ITumphw. Neb.. May 4. (Special! ' t
Th Humphrey town team lost It first
gam of th reason Sunday, th Norfolk
Slate legue team., Iskmg th long end
of a 1 lo ft acore The game was wit
nessed by one of the largest crowds that
ever assembled to e a bsll game at the
Humphrey grounds. Th day being very
windy handicapped hitting, lo a large
extent, however, both pitcher were work
Ing In big-league tyl and the hit were
few on both aides, Norfolk telling three
and Humphrey two.
Batteries Humphrey: Bennehsn and
Schumacher. Norfolk: Spence and West.
Leach Cross Would
Adopt Ring Name j
Los Angeles, sV. May 5. Leach
Cross, former, lightweight boxer,
wants that made his legal name.
His true name is Louis Charles
Wallach. Born in New, York, 36
years ago, he has been practicing
dentistry here for several years, with
the exception of i few months last
year, when he wijnt back to the ring.
'In filing a petition in the superior
court here for permission to change
his name he asked the same privilege
for his wife and minor daughter.
His reason for desiring the change
is that nobody ever calls him by his
true name. . . .
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