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WERE FAST PAIR DOUBLERS
Joe Tinker and Johnny Evers Prod
igies at Making Double Plays.
WHAT TWO WILL SUCCEED THEM
Fans Are Norr AVondrrlnur Whether
Kach Will Derelop i rnrtner of
Equal Ability on 111
When Joe Tinker ana Johnny Evers
were playlnjj alongside of each other In
Chicago, they were accounted the fast
est pair of lnrielders In the National
lwiffue, and the summary of a Cub box
score that didn't contains the phraise,
"Double plays Tinker to Evers to
Chance, 3" was considered a curio.
These two men undoubtedly started more
double plays than any other pair of
Inflelders In the National league, and now
that the combination has been split up.
fans ore wondering what duo. of players
will be their successors as rapid fire
double-play artists. Chlcagoans, of cours.
hopo that Al Brtdwell will prove as
speedy as J. Faversham and will force his
way Into as many double plays as did
the Cincinnati leader. The fans of Ited
land naturally look to Tinker to speed
up Dick Kgan and teach him the classto
style Trojan Evers possesses when par.
tlclpatlng In duel killings.
It la hardly likely that Bridewell will
work as quickly or as smoothly wlt'j
Evers as did Tinker, or that Evers will
be able to make his equal out of Egan.
The probabilities, based on last year's
figures, are that the Giants will have the
quickest pair of double play artists In
Ijirry Doyle and Arthur Fletcher, who
would pull down all prizes were thoy of
fored to tho ball player possessing the
largest pair of hands. Doyle and Fletcher
cut Into 142 double plays lost season,
Evers and Tinker doing a bit better, sine?
they broke into 161. The New York cap
tain took part in seventy-nine double
plays, his team-mate in sixty-three, the
new Cub manager was In soventy-three,
and tho new commander of tho lteds was
In sevonty-elghL Of the four men named
Fletcher started the greatest number of
two-play retirements namely, forty-one.
Doyle had thirty-five to his credit, Evers
had thirty-three and Tinker hod thirty
two. Miller TIlRh Man.
No national league player participated
In 100 double plays. Jack Miller of the
Pittsburg approaching nearest to the cen
tury mark with ninety-five. Fred MerkK
was In eighty-seven, but did not start
In a single dual killing.
The National league's fastest fielding
team, based on tho number of double
plays participated In, would have been
made up last season In this fashion:
Lavendar, p., Chicago 4 16
Kllng, c, Boston 6 14 18
Miller, lb., Pittsburgh 14 81 85
Sweeney, 2b., Boston 34 47 81
Herzog, 3b., New York IS 9 J7
Tinker, ss., Chicago 37 41 7S
Carey, If.. Pittsburgh 9 1 10
Lrf-acli, cf Chicago 7 0 7
Mitchell, rf Cincinnati 8 0S
Hchulte, rf., Chicago 8 0 8
Finnish Runner Sets
New Indoor Records
NEW YORK. Feb. 11 A remarkable
performance by Hannes Kolehmalncn, the
Olympic distance champion. In which he
set up a new world's record for five
mllcB, Indoors, was the feature of the
Now York Athletic club's Indoor games In
Madison Square Garden tonight. The
speedy Finn made the distance from
scratch In S4:29H. clipping 1SH seconds
from his own record of 24:43, made In the
garden last Thursday night. Incidentally
lie set new American records for Jhree
and one-half miles and four and one-halt
miles Indoors, his time for the former dis
tance being 17:11, against 17:16 in his
run last week, while he was timed for
the four and one-half, miles In 22:07.
compared with his last week's mark at
22:17. All three of his marks last Thurs
day wero new records. The record for
five miles, outdoors, Is 24:33, held by
Alfred Shrubb of England.
Kolehmalnen's performance was all the
more notable because this afternoon, run
ning In Brooklyn, he had set up a new
record for three miles, Indoors of 14:184.
Jlo had an attack of nausea after this
performance and before he started to
night complained of feeling III. Notwith
standing, he set out at a smart pace in
the five-mile run, soon had the records
toppling and pulled up after a magnifi
cent sprint Just before the finish.
Harry Smith, unattached of New York
City, the ten-mile national champion, fin
ished second, one-fifth of a mile behind
Ilest CudrIi jrciticJur ror Children.
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a Rourke Builds
Himself an Office
at Vinton Park
For several mornings the genial counte
nance of W. A. Rourke has been a miss
ing quality at the Smoke House, but yes
terday W. A. popped Into the shop
with tlw announcement that within a
week ho would be moving into his "new
handsomely appointed and spacious of
fices" at Fifteenth and Vinton.
For. the last week It seems, Mr. Rourke,
with a handful of sturdy carpenters, has
been framing a place at the ball park In
which to set his desk and corpulent fig
ure, a place where he cannot only man
age the affairs of the club but can at all
times during the season, keep a watch
ful eye on how his colts are behaving
during morning practice, and see that the
grounds receive their dally allotment of
proper care. The offices are in the por
tion of the stand that was last year used
as the emergency .concession booth, and
have really been fitted In a .manner that
Mr. Rourke Is proud of.
The celling and walls are of metal pan
elling, while two spacious windows open
ing on Vinton street will afford tha struc
ture plenty of light and air. An extra
window toward the park will serve as the
opening through which Mr. Rourke may
hurl orders at his hirelings.
Besides building himself a workhouse,
Mr. Rourke announced that he has tilled
In the space around first base with a
half doaen wagons full of earth, making
the diamond absolutely level at all spots.
Pa has decided to Isolate base ball writ
ers, and, with the permission of the build
ing Inspector, will frame a coup on the
top of thb stand where they can praise
and roast his athletes with carefree
Williams Victor in
Battle with Oampi
t09 ANGELAS, Feb. 13. Kid Williams
of Baltimore won the decision from Eddie
Campl of San Francisco In their twenty
round battle at Vernon arena today.
Williams' terrific infighting gave him
the victory, although Campl rallied In
the last round and administered mor,
punishment than he had Inflicted In all
the other rounds combined.
There was not a tame round In the
twenty. Both lads were marvels of ag
gressiveness. Several, times Williams
overwhelmed Campl with his rushing tac
tics and had the San Franciscan hanglnR
on the ropes, but Campl's recuperative
powers saved him.
In the last round the Calif ornlan ral
lied, and in a tigerish onslaught had th
Baltlmorcan dlszy; but this spectacular
finish could not overcome the long early
lead earned by Williams.
KEARNEY NORMAL DEFEATS
BELLEVUE SQUAD, 39 TO 15
KEARNEY, Neb.. Feb. 13.-(Speclal Tel
egram.) The Kearney normal team de
feated, the Bellevue squad, 39 to 15, In a
hard fought game here tonight. The
Kearney boyi! outclassed the visitors
from the. start, although Bellevue played
a good game. Hotchktss and Essert of
Kearney, and Ohman of. Bellevue, were
the star players of the game. Lineup:
Saturdays. 12. Pa
trlot's day. New
SIOUX VBEATBLUFFS HIGH
Past Game Results in Viotory for
Visitors, 89 to 29.
INDIANS SWIFT AT OUTSET
noli Up HI Score, Which Their
Opponents Cat Down In Second
Half STrlft Work Until
The Sioux City High five defeated the
Council Bluffs High school quintet In a
fast game lost night at the Bluffs "Y"
by the score of 39 to 29.
Basket tossing of Worth and Strong o
the Sioux and Crowl and Baker of the
Bluffs High and the passing of Murphy
and Giles featured.
The Sioux City bunch played an all
around game In the forepart of the con
test and were giants In site compared to
the Council Bluffs team. The Bluffs
quintet did their best In the second half,
when they shot more baskets than tholr
opponents from Woodbury county, who
gained their points on fres throws in
The Sioux City High five easily gained
a lead In the first half, when they out
classed the Bluffs High quintet In team
work. It was five minutes before the
Bluffs boys could score their first point
Giles got that on a free throw. The
Sioux had thirteen up to that time,
mainly through the fast work of Captalt
Strong and Worth. Asa Baker showed
up well In this half, getting most of the
field goals for his side. Giles was thero
In passing. The scorn of this half was
Sioux City High, 21; Council Bluffs
Though Sioux City started the second
half with a big lead, the Bluffs High
quintet entered the game with a deter
mination to cut down the lead of the red
and white, and through all around basket
tossing thoy scored more points In th'.
half than their opponents. Crowl of the
Bluffs High featured In basket shooting.
Score, second half: Council Bluffs High
1; Sioux City High, 18. Tho lineup:
BLUFFS HIGH. SIOUX CITY HIGH
R.F (C) Strong
Pheney (C) R.G.
Mcintosh L.G.I L.O Hollenbeck
Substitutes: Snehy for White, Sedg
wick for Hollenbeck.' Field goals: Bluffs
lriKh, Crowl (6), jJaker (3), ailes (2),
Pheney (3); Sioux City High, Strong (4).
White (3), Worth ), Murphy (3). Free
throws: Giles (1), Pheney, Strong (7).
Score, first half: Sioux City High, 21;
Council Bluffs High, 10. neferee: A. W.
(Que) Miller of Omaha. Timekeepers:
Pierce and 8neby. Scorer: Gross. Time
oy halves: 20 minutes.
PRINCETON HOCKEY TEAM
DEFEATS YALE PLAYERS
NEW YORK, Feb. li. Princeton de
feated Yale at hockey tonight, 8 to 2.
Yale played a splendid game In the first
period, at the end of which the Blue lod,
1 to 0. Schiller, goalkeeper for the Yale
seven, stopped every attempt to scoro.
Prfnceton had everything Its own way
Ir. the second period, however, when all
of the Tiger tallies were scored. Kuhn
Bcored three times. Baker and Kllner
each twice and Patterson once. Cox and
Herron were the point-makers for Yale.
Coffer Knocks Oat Carpenter.
NEW YORK, Feb. 12.-Ncd Carpenter
of Wisconsin, an aspirant for the heavy
weight championship, was knocked out
In the first round tonight by Jim Coffey,
the "Dublin Giant." -Coffey accom
plished his quick victory by a left Jab
to the face followed by a right cross' to
National League Schedule for Season
April 14 -
June 30, July 1-2-S
July 4 - 4 -
Sept. 24 -
SepL m-30, Oct, 1
1 - 2 -
Aug. 28 -
April 22-23-2 1 .28
May 10 -
Mav 20 -
July 17 -
AUg. 13 -
May 15 -
July 22 -
Aur. 16 -
May 6 - 7
July 12 -
Aug. 25 -
Dec day, Phlla.
Labor day, Bos.
July 4, Boston
July 4, New York.
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Fast Progress in
Indoor Tennis Play
NEW YORK. Feb. U-Itapld progress
was made today In the opening rounds
of the National Indoor Lawn Tennis
championship tournament on the courts
of the Seventh regiment armory here.
The two former holders of tho tlJJe T.
R. Pell and G. V. Touchard-and W. C.
Grant, the present champion, wero suc
cessful In maintaining their places. The
entire first round of thirty-two matches
was completed and ten competitions In
the second round, together with one
match In the doubles wero decided. The
field of sixty-three aspirants In the sin
gles were reduced to twenty-two sur
vivors with only nine defaults.
Grant gained his place in the third
round. He first defeated a H. Voshell,
6-4, 6-3. Then he met Dr. J. W. Travell
and scored, 6-2, 6-3.
Tell, who represented America In the
Olympic games, played only his first
round match, In which he disposed of
O A. L. Dlonne of the West Bide club,
2-6, 6-2. 6-3. Touchard defeated G. 8.
Grccsbeck In straight sets, 6-3, C-4.
In the other Important matches Dean
Mathey, the Princeton champion, got
Into the third round by defeating J. J.
Porter, 6-0, 6-2, and C. C. Edwards,
E. T. Doeg, a California!!, who has
been living abroad for ten years, proved
a sensation. His speed and accuracy
were remarkable and he gained the third
round, defeating A. R. Dunham, 2-6, 6-2,
6-2, and Harry Parker, 6-3, 6-3.
Wolgast and Jones
PORTI.4AND, Oro., Fob. 13. Ad Wol
gast, former lightweight champion, and
his manager, Tom Jones, have severed
their business relations, according to the
latter. Jones arrived from Chicago last
night and said today that he and Wol
gast were closing up their accounts with
each other. Wolgast's action in agreeing
to the Murphy-Wolgast match at Ban
Francisco, February 22, against Jones' ad.
vice caused the split. Jones said he
thought Wolgast could win, but believed
the fighter should have taken a longer
rest before going Into a fight that might
make him extend himself.
WESLEYAN ABLE TO BEAT
SOUTH DAKOTA'S QUINTET
LINCOLN. Neb.. Feb. 13. (Special Tele
gram. In a fast and furious game of
basket ball, Wenloyan defeated South Da
kota university on the Wesleyan floor
here tonight. The final score was thirty
eight to forty-one, but at the end of the
first half It stood twenty-four to sixteen
In favor of the visitors. Wesleyan's
ability to come back waa tho feature of
the game. The Coyotes excelled both in
speed and accuracy during the second
interval, and wore out their opponents.
Captain Keester played his best game of
the season, while Aldrlch put up a sterl
ing game for the northerners.
The line up:
SOUTH DAKOTA. WESLEYAN.
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15 - 16
5 - 7
25 - 26 - 27
July 30-31 Aug. 1-2
S - 5
June 1 - 16 - 17 - 18
29 - 30
July 30-31 Aug.
12 - 13 - 14
July, 6, dept. 7
21.22 - 23
18 - 19 - 21
11 - 15
16 - 17 - 19
June 25 - 26 - 27 - 28 -
23 - 24
18 - 19 -
June 30, July 1-2
- 8 - 9
14.15 - 16
26 - 27
April 30. May 1-2-3
Dec. day, Chi,
July 4, SL Louts,
Labor day, Cincl,
NATIONAL SESSION PEACEFUL I
Harmony Prevails at Short Meeting
of League Owners.
PLAYING SCHEDULE ADOPTED
Chancra In Constitution and Dlapo.
Itlon of Part of New York's ltev
enne front World's Series
Not Acted On.
NEW YORK, Feb. 13. With Uie adop
tion of the playing schedule for 1913. th3
club owners and representatives of the
National league ended today one of the
shortest and most peaoeful sessions In
the history of this base ball organisa
tion. According to the statement made
by Secretary Heydler at the close of tho
meeting harmony prevailed and there was
not n ripple of discord heard during the
discussion of business yesterday and to
The schedule calls for 154 games, the sea
son opening with one exception on April
17 and ending October 6. Owing to the
good will of tho Boston and New York
club presidents, the game originally
scheduled between Philadelphia and
Brooklyn for April 17 has been brought
forward to April 9, on which day the
new Ebbetts stadium In Brooklyn will be
oimned. Should It rain that day, the first
game' on the new Brooklyn grounds will
bo played on the regularly scheduled
date, April 17.
The opening games, aside from the ad
vanced Brooklyn opening, are Boston at
New York, Bt. Louis, at Chicago and
Pittsburgh at Cincinnati. Brooklyn opens
the season In Philadelphia on that day.
I'lttsbnrah Gets Three Holidays.
Pittsburgh Is more favored with holiday
plums at home than any other Natlona)
league club. The Pirates are visited by
Chicago on Decoration day, by Ht. Louis
on July 4 and by Cincinnati on Labor day.
Ng other club has three at-home holidays.
Cincinnati will have no holiday games,
but will play elghteon Sunday and thir
teen Saturday games at home.
Boston gets Patriots' day, Massachu
setts' particular holiday with New Yorli
and Decoration day with Brooklyn.
Brooklyn has July 4 with New York and
Labor day with Philadelphia; New Yor'
has Decoration day with Philadelphia
and Labor day with Boston, and Ht. Louis
has Decoration day with Cincinnati and
Labor day with Chicago, all at home.
Comparison of the two major league
schedules shows only four conflicting
dates, all at Chicago, April 27, May 4 and
25 and August 31.
President Herrmann's report on sug.
gested changes In the constitution of the
league was laid over until the December
meeting. On the question of the disposi
tion of 25 per cent of the New York club'
revenue from the season's post series,
about t&.OOO, now In the hands of ths
National commission, the arbitrators,
Bernard F. York of Brooklyn and Cor.
nellus J. Sullivan of this city, were
granted additional time to make their
No Players for Sails.
Not a single dell was consummated to.
day, although many were spoken of. The
managers had cash In plenty for the pur
chase of players, but nobody apparently
had a man to spare.
Manager Frank Chance of the New
York Americans decided today to precede
the team to Its March training quarter
In Bermuda, and will leave for the
Islands Saturday with Business Manager
Arthur I. Irwin of the club. C'liancj
wants to get In harness as soon as possl.
ble, and counts on the extra time at tho
July 30-31 Aujt. 1.2
July 80-31 Aug.1-2
June 30 July 1-2
AUg. 31, uct. 4-j
July 4, Clncln,
Dec day, Clncln.
Labor day, Chi.
TUva H AO SCR. VJJITSA A LETTER
TO A TAVPAVet- MR- POOOIG THe
3U0CHL aiwEi miaa aa svspuu of
training camp to give htm an opportunity
to get a line on his ploying condition at
an early date. He has decided to send
word to all the club's pitchers to leave
here a week later-Batunlay, February 23.
The rest of the players are to sail on
Saturday, March 1.
GREASERS IM TO BANKERS
Clerks in Merchants National Do
Great Work on the Alleys.
MAKE IT THREE GAMES IN ROW
Faleoner Leads Both of the Teams
with a. Score that Goes Far
Beyond the Half Cen
The Merchants National bank office
boys last night defeated the Standard OH
Greasers three straight games on the
Association alleys. The money changers
started out strong, and at no time were
John D's prides close to 'them. Arthur
Falconer of the bankers was high man
with a 196 single game, and a 562 total
The banking team Is composed of some
oldtime sharks who were playing this an
a practice game, before going to the
American Bowling Congress tournament
at Toledo, O, These teams will play an
other game In the basement Metropolitan
alleys at an early date.
The score last night waa:
1st. 3d. 3d. Total.
Hobart 121 148 171 444
Baum 1M 133 107 864
Hollestell 154 1 43 1 87 484
Hatlmwny leo in 165 448
Cain 1SS 172 156 613
Totals 748 729 776 2,248
MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK.
1st 2d. 3d. Total.
Novene 171 145 10 4(6
L 155 161 187 603
Melle t. 143 IKS 158 486
Shields 166 1S3 190 489
Falconer l6 175 m SO
Totals ... .... 834 799 876 2,508
Bill Schneider rolled 564 In the cellar.
Jimmy Jaros struck out Tuesday night
and rolled 116.
Chester Weeks says that this Is his
last season In the bowling game.
Peoria, 111., will make a fight for next
year's American Bowling congress tour
Olo Johnson was tna onty Booster
leaguer to reach COO Tuesday night. A
623 score waa his offering.
The Guarantee Clothing company
showed up with a full team Tuesday
night and won two as a result
John Bengela waa only able to get 189
Tuesday night. He has been going a 600
ollp lately and his sudden fall was unex
pected. The Stors Malts and Mazeppas Played
a slx-game double-header Tuesday night
The Htora team was only able to take
one out of the six.
The Clara Belles lost two while the
Popel-Glllers were winning three. This
makes a gap of three games between the
two teams fighting for first.
A team from Calgary. Alberta. Canada,
Is entered in the American Bowling con
gress tournament This team will proba.
bly take the price for long distance entry.
Captain Pickett of the Ouarantee Cloth
ing company team announces that he has
completed Ills organisation with the addl.
tlon of E. Norgaard, Hanson and Mokry
and will finish the season with a full
quota of players.
The Gate City leaguers are again Jump
ing into a merry-go-round with the same
enthusiasm that has characterised and
made successful their former merry-go.
Bortwell of the Fairmont Creamery
league has given up the game on ac
count of the Increased notoriety he Is
receiving, and because the pins refuse to
fall for him.
A team from Denver, Colo., wilt Invade
Omaha on March 4. They stop off here
on their way to the American Bowling
congress tournament at Toledo and play
the Met i team. OJerde, an old Omaha
bowler, will be in their lineup.
Mr. Maloney of the Popel-Glller com
pany Is becoming quite popular with the
bowlers In the Omaha and Booster
leagues. He' has supplied refreshments
for both of these leagues on different oc
casions. ' The bowlers would all be glad
to meet him personally at one of these
race against cold wind
NEW YORK, Feo. IS. Fifty athletes,
stripped to light running togs despite a
near zero temperature, and a biting cold
wind, competed today In a marathon raoa
from Brooklyn to the ocean shore at Sea
Gate, Cony Island, and return. Less
than half of the runners withstood the
biting weather and long grind. Among
the last of those to drop out was Andrew
Sockalexls, the Indian runner, who fin
ished fourth In the marathon at Stock
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"Follow The Beaton Psttu
Beaton Drug Co.
raraam and lota Mta.
drug store. This weet, fragrant balm
rttssoives ty the heat of the nostrils;
penetrates and heals the Inflamed, swol
len membrane which lines the nose, head
and throat; clears the air passages; stops
nasty discharges and a feeling of cleans
ing, soothing relief comes Immediately.
Don't lay awake tonight struggUng for
breath, with head stuffed; nostrils closed,
hawking and blowing. Catarrh or a cold,
with Us running r.oae. foul mucous drop,
ping Into the throat, and raw dryness la
distressing but truly needless.
Put your faltu-Just once In "Kly's
Cream Balm" und your cold or catarrh
will surely disappear