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his regular line-up in the game; Der
rick playing short and Chase second.
The Philly Nationals went on a
batting spree and beat Raleigh of
the Carolina League, 9 to 1. Earl
Mack, son of Connie Mack of the
Athletics, is manager of the Raleigh
team. . )
Bill Dahlen, whose Brooklyn
Dodgers have been handicapped in
training by wet grounds, lined his
men in two squads yesterday at Au
gusta, and. the side under Dahlen
beat Jake, Daubert's crew, 8 to 6.
Dahlen' gave his two southpaws,
Rucker and Yingling, a chance to
work out. They showed fair .control
for the amount of practice they have
The Giants shut out Beaumont, 6
to 0. McGraw has arranged a game
for Thursday with, New Orleans.
The protest of McKihley High
School against its defeat" by Lane in'
the indoor baseball championships
will be decided today." The protest is
based on decisions by the umpire and
will probably be,.denied.
Business men are ' arranging to
present Evers with a chest of silver
when he steps to the pan in the open
ing game two weeks from tomorrow.
The, Cub leader is.a popular guy how,
but these same loyal fans onay be
buying him a shiny can before the
middle of July.
The ball pa'rk of the Indianapolis
club of the American Association is
ten feet under water, and It is feared
the stands will be washed away. It,is
one of the finest plants- in the association-
Matty lyiclntyre, former White Sox,
has signed with Indianapolis. He has
,bought a life preserver and is learn
'ing to dive. ,
, "What's the wages,, mum?" asked
an applicant for a situation as cook.
"I'm willing-to pay you-whatever you
are worth," was the"reply.'"l've never
worked for aa. little as that, mum!
Good day .to 70 a I"
OMAHA IN DEEP MOURNING
RELIEF STATIONS OPENED
Omaha, March 26. The city is.
deep dn mourning. There is a never
ending procession of hearses and car
riages around the streets- near the
churches or slowly wending their way
tnrougn tne open gates or tne ceme
teries. The first shock of the calamity
has passed and given way to deep
'grief and horror. Scenes are enacted
in the streets, in the morgue, in the
temporary relief stations that bring
tears to the eyes of the attendants,
used to' tragedy as they are.
Families have been sapa,rated,
friends torn apart, until it would seem
that the entire city is drawn together
in a common sorrow.
The mercury has dropped to 12
above, making the rescue work very
difficult. Some of the bodies have not
yet been identified. A number of per-
Npns are still missing and there are
128"known dead. 1
Omaha has faith that her citizens
can care' for the,stricken without as
sistance from the .outside world and
she is appealing to her own people
to come'to'the rescue, placing notices
on billboards and in every possible
Over a hundred victims found shel
ter in the Auditorium last night and
this morning were served with ra
tions .by' the militiamen in charge.
. Six relief stations have been open
ed along the cyclone's path. At each
station an. officer -with full power to
act is placed also a surgeon and a
nurse but .the. work is not limited
to the care, of the injured. Food,
clothes and money are being dis
tributed. - Zl ' -
Philadelphia'' News-Post jiewsboys
shouted a sales cry about Wana
maker's fraud on the customs house
and th'e, police promptly slapped the
Post's" circulation manager ta jail.
After the ringing of Liberty Bell, Dea
con Wanamaker will please lead in