'I nr; OMAHA MM A i Ithhr JI.AKl It i,
TIIK OMAHA SUNDAY I?KK: MAKl.'ll V J!'ii.
TO fiUM luffifOlF
ASSOCIATION J)PENS APRIL 12
Each Club Will Trirel Around Circuit !
South Platte Boys Who Love Indoor 1 Games
SEASON CLOSES OCTOBER FIRST
Alrrrar rrlllrltm of VniKiifri Ha
Rrmatfd frrultr of keilnm
Aaalnat Propased Rttlaj
CHICAGO. Mirrh ll.-Th A merlran ao
plnUon bxi hall reason for 19U opsns In
the eastern iltli April 12 and rlo Oo
tnhr 1. allotting; K..1 nmr on a four-tlms-around-the-clrcult
basis. This waa decided
fn by the member of ths Iraa-ue after a
seven-hour diw. iisslon of th schedule drawn
up by President Tom Chivlngtnn.
Minneapolis will open at Toledo, St. Taul
at rnlumbu. Kansas Clt;- at T-oulsvllle
and Milwaukee at Indianapolis. This mn
ram will bo maintained until April ."fi,
hn Minneapolis will be host to Toledo,
lndlanapolla the guest of flt. Paul. Ixnils
vllla ape paring at Kanita City and Colum
bun visiting Milwaukee.
Holiday date ara evenly divided. tcora
tloa day tha gamaa will be: lndlanapolla
at Tolado. Ijoiilaville at Columbua, Mil
waukee at Kanaaa City. 8t. Paul and Min
neapolis alternate, morning and afternoon.
July 4 ft. Paul and Minneapolis again
wlil eiohsage limn, morning and after
noon, and tha other teama will Una up
follows: Toledo At Louisville. Milwaukee at
Kanaaa City. Indianapolis at Columbua, At.
Paul and Minneapolis will take advantage
of tha rivalry between neifhbors once mora
en tha last holiday of tha season. Labor
day. Other games will b Columbua at To
lado, Louisville at Indianapolis, Kansas
City at Milwaukee.
(hlvlnctOB at Teledo.
President Chlvlngloa will attend the sea
son's first game at Toledo, where ban
quet will he served for Presidents Armour
and Cantlllon the night before. Cantlllon
has not decided on a pennant-raising day
and other clubs are seeking the privilege
of opposing his team on that day.
It had been expected action would be
taken toward the threatened menace of
betting commissions, but none waa taken,
It being tha general opinion that adverse
newspaper criticism had removed the dan
No deals In playtrs were reported. Ths
club officers present were: Owners Grayson
of Louisville, Havenor of Milwaukee. Can
tlllon of Minneapolis. Tebeau of Kanaaa
City. Watklns of Indianapolis and Pennon
of Bt. Paul.
President Armour of Toledo was repre
sented by Secretary Wlls and President
Schoenburg of Columbus by Secretary
Qnlnn. President Charles Moll of tha Wisconsin-Illinois
league. Manager Al Tebeau
of Aurora and Manager Jack Pickett of
Green Bay Were here talking trade, pur
chase and umpires. In advance of the open
ing of their respective 'seasons.
President Hevenor of Milwaukee posi
tively denied tndsy that he contemplated
entering Chicago by way of the North Side
park, which lias been for sale.
The schedule will ba released within
TKBKE-I OWNERS DEMAND ACTION
Ask that Tearaer Call eked ale
ROCK ISLAND. III., March U. Owner
of tha Waterloo, Davenport, DubuQ.ua and
Rock Island basa ball clubs, comprising
the northern division of the Three-! league,
bold a mc'lrg hero today and adopted
resolutions demanding that President Al
Tearney hold a meeting In Chicago March
jfi to adopt a schedule and and all litigation
' against the Waterloo club.
In tha resolutions adopted today they de
clined ta permit the aouthern clubs to
withdraw from tha league to form a sepa
rate organisation and also refused to form
a ten-olub league as a compromise and
allotting franchise to Qulncy and Deca
Attorney Qulnn O'Brien Of Chicago, at
torney for the Waterloo club, declared that
Waterloo would play . In the Three-1 league
this season, despite the iaot that Preeldent
Tearney announced ha would ask an ap
peal from Judge Qrtdley't decision.
Every representative at the Meeting
pleaded to support Waterloo and asstrted
they would not permit tha club to be
BEDDING COM PAN X OETI TWO
Yaasesa Colts Los Twle
GettlB Hlk Total.
The Omaha Bedding company took two
from the Tousem Colts. Eldson of the
Omaha Bedding company had high total
for tares games, with 67. falconer rolled
high tingle gain, with 111. 8 cores:
YOL'eSEM'S COLT 8.
Toman mi m
Rico 171 144
Falconer lis u
SrugKeman 181 am
Youscm 2il 17
Totals KS K
Bidsoa in m
hose m its
Moors 1H4 lull
t'hangatrom 17 147
Huiiuiiiiua lit) uu4
Totals m V,i
DOVEI ARB HANDED
l osaaalsaloa Derides Clabo Ca-atraet to
CINCINNATI. March ll.-The Boston
National league club and the New Bedford
club of th New England league were each
fined llOd In a dexlslon by the National
Pass Ball commission today. The clubs
were convicted of violating baas l.all law
In that tbey entered Into a contract
whereby George Walsh w a to be "farmed''
te the minor- late S&n!st!sR.
The offense waa committed. It wa
pointed out, before the present owners of
the Boston club obtained control.
Incidentally the piavtr waa declared to
be the property of the Pall River club,
provided he Is consent with his present
contract with that team.
MtlHOlRI DKFKATI HiMII (Nl
PeU Walt Reeard Betweea the Two
C alienee Plitabl Used.
KANSAS CITT, March U.-M'ssourl's
track team carried oft the honors In the
annual field met with the t'ntverslty of
Kansas here tonight by a score if 4&4 to
K4. A pole vault record for contests be
twetn the two colleger was eslatllnhed by
Charles Woodbury of Kansas with eleven
Rermnnd was Mieaourl' mainstay, carry
Ing off the relsy race, the half mile and
the 440-ard dash, storing a toial of f;ft..n
points. Johnson of Missouri won second In
the hslf. won the mile rare and finished
In the two-mlie run. though not winning
a Defeat rrt Worth.
FOHT WORTH. Tes.. March 1! -The Chl
cu American lestiue learn defeated ttrS
t'ort Worth Inn leaguers this afternoon,
t to I Kd Walsh waa In splendid cntlt
tton. ftcore. R H K.
t hl.tago t 4 7 10 1
Wn Worth... I I 0-1 I 4
ltattertea: Walsh. Farthing. Langs and
Mot ; Ivsrilorff, Weattiersfuid. Mc
ki array and Kilter.
OMAHA OUT OHHE TOURNEY
Lincoln Note Ahead of Locli After
Tit at Lincoln.
SOUTH OMAHA STILL ET LISTS
Caatrst for fttato lloaora Will B
Derided Between Bralrlee, Sontk
' Omaha aad Lincoln To
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LINCOLN, March II. (Special Telegram.)
Within the last five minutes of the game
between the Omaha and Lincoln High
sohools In the basket ball tournament Fri
day night Lincoln came up from behind
and tied the score. Si to Hi.
Ry the rulea of the tournament the first
goal scored gave the victory to the team
gaining the gonl. Lincoln scored the decid
ing basket after two minutes additional
play, the final score being 24 to 22.
Omaha outplayed the Llnooln team dur
ing the earlier atages of the game, but
Lincoln came, back strong In the second
half and evened matters. Burkenrode was
the star of the Omaha five, while Chan
lng Mantt waa Lincoln's star. Crocker of
Omaha also played a fast game. Mann
only got four out Of nine free throws,
While iJurkenroda triads six out of seven.
The defeat of Omaha High eliminates
the team from the finals tor the state
championship, which will be played Satur
Beatrice, South Omaha and Llnooln will
play for the championship Saturday. The
three teama will draw to deotda who plays
In the semi-finals and the winner of the
one game will then meet the third team
In the finals.
. oath Omaha la Flaals.
South Omaha had a comparatively easy
time with the strong team from Wither,
the stock yards boys plllag up a large
score against their opponents earl In the
game. Pruiha, who played such a bril
liant game In the afternoon against York,
showed- the effects of the hard play and
was unable to stand the pace set by the
South Omaha five. W liber depended upon
their star, but two or three South Omaha
player were watching him and Prucha had
little opportunity to duplicate his feat at
goal throwing as against the York five.
The final score of the game was 34 to 13.
the flint half ending I to 10, Wllber secured
but one goal and that was thrown by
Prucha. lie also threw the free trials and
made all of Wllber's point. Collin was
the strongest of the South Omaha players.
The game between lieatrlce and Oeneva
was hearty as hard fought during the
earlier stages as Lincoln and Omaha. In
the second half the superior. condition of
ihe lieatrlce team told and the final score
was IE to II. The score at the end of the
first half waa 10 to 14 and at the opening
Of the second half Geneva evened It up
with a tie Score of 15 td 15. Beatrice started
With a rush and Geneva could do nothing
With the team work of their opponents.
Keicker gave a beautiful exhibition of
guarding, while Luse thiew some of the
most sensailonat goals sver seen on the
floor. lie scored eikht fteid goals. Stock
ton also played a pretty game for Geneva,
Soverns was the star.
klOt'X CITY Hit. II
Defeats Craady teeter at Basket
Ball la t alca.
CHICAaO. March 11 81ouk City (la) and
Abtng4on (111. I High school teama won the
flret play In the InterscholaetL- touma
n.ant between arhools of the central went
at the Bvanaton Toung Veo'g Christian
aaaoclaUoa todey. The Bloux City team
beat Grundy Center, la.. 41 to U and Ab
Ingdon'a score wa a to Kvanatoa acad
Maare DetesU llik.
NKW YORK?. March ll.-Pal Muore
artiid the popular decsiou ever Ba.iu.tir
ttmlth In a ten-round bmii held at the
National Kpnrtlng lub ot Ameiiva here
tinlM. 'Moore was the tnrr.r through-
nut. The (t weighed la at U4 puubvl.
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Standing, Left to Kight Neafus, W. Smith. Dunlap. R. Smith. Bitting Spider, Roberta
HABTrNGS BASKET BALL TEAM.
i , ,, , -
Council Bluffs Five
Defeats Fort Dodge
By One-Sided Score
Basket Ball Flayer from Hast Find
Locals Tough Customers When it .
Comes to Goal Shooting'.
Before a big crowd, mostly young women
rooters, the Council Bluff High school
quintet defeated the five from Fort Dodge
In d fast game Friday at the Council
Bluffs Toting Men's Christian association
gymnasium, M to M.
Robinson and Maxw- starred for the
Bluffs quintet, while GusUfson and Span
hower for Fort Dodge.
Clark at guard for the Bluffs also
featured. Robinson of the Bluffs team
scored tt out of U point for his team.
The fort Dodge team took tha lead la
the first five minutes of play. Accurate
basket shooting by Robinson and Clark
put the Bluffs boy In the lead and It was
nip and tuck. Bpanhower, Fort Dodga s
center soon put hi team In the lead by
his successive field goal. The half ended
22 to 14 in favor of Fort Dodge.
Both team mad changea In the sec
ond half, Mai well basket shooting put
the Bluffs in the lead and Fort Dodge
never had a look In., The superior team
work of the Bluff quintet was too much
for them, for Robinson and Maxwell threw
basket with a will. Lineup:
Roblntm (C.) UF.
Hanck, Hubbu-e H O.
r uuuikih, Welty
L. F EikelR
ftO Hartwlrk (U.)
Field anals: Hunt (3). Robinson tl,
Maawell Clark (4), Hubbard, Welty,
Uuntafson till, Kskeln S. Upanhower 0),
Cilieas tit. Free throws: Koblnson (),
Kskeln ( Points awarded: Council
Bluffs. 1; Fort Dodgs, 1. Referee: A. W.
(Oust Miller of Oinaha. Timekeepers:
Thomas and Welty. aWorers: Gross and
Dent. Time of halves: 20 minutes.
A a curtain raiser to the Council Bluffs
Fort Dodge gam the Sophomore defeatod
the Junior In a one-sided game, I? to 1
rxi-n tai ur
Meld tfoals: Crowl (6). Baker (3). Giles
(&, Lennox 461. Weinberg, Frank tf). Free
throws: Crowl (). f rank. Point awarded:
Juniors. 1. Referee: A. W. (Gue) Miller
of Omaha. Timekeeper: 1 nomas: Bcorer:
Gross. Time ot halves: 16 minutes.
' Arter the game the Fort Dodge players
were so Well pleased with A. W. (Gus)
Miller of Omaha as referee that they en
gad Mm for their Bloux City game next
Friday, when Fort Dodge plays at Sioux
PREPARE FOR INDOOR MEET
(Continued from Page One.)
eligible for the long-distance runs. Ander
son had little difficulty In carrying oft the
honors at Omaha laet npring, lowering the
state record. MoOowaa la In school this
semester and will enter the half-mile run.
McGonan lowered the Mlaeourt valley
record at Dee Molnea last apjing after hav
ing bo n In training but three days.
The weight event will be well cared for
with Harmon eligible.
Of the new material very little la known.
There Is every Indication that all of the
events will receive a large number of can
didates. Drake ! Play Watklslss.
DKS MOINES. March 11. (Special.)
Drake university has achednled a foot ball
game with ahlnnten university ot St.
Lout for November 18. the date which the
management had saved for Iowa university,
and over which the recent lowa-Mlssourl
Valley oohtroviray arose.
Khrlfcr Mlalk I OlrU Wla.
PHkLMY, Nb.. Manh 11 iStclal The
Mirwy lllrn sthiM'l girls drlt-aled the
MruifttHurrf HikI. school tjirls fr'rt.lay nlnht
l.y a SCO's of ol tu U. In a nwi,n of bas
ket bail lii th opera bouse bur.
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Fears Not Eivals
at Daytona Track
Wants Its Next Meet to Have an In
ternational Flavor Solicits
Foreign Cars. '
JACKSONVILLE, Fla March e.-Th
Jacksonville Automobile club, which will
hold a race meet On the Atlantlo-Pablo
beach on March 27, 2$, and 80, I per
fectly serene. The Florida club Is ignoring
Daytona' threat to hold a rival meet,
with Barney Oldfield and hi outlaw band
a hoad liner. It is unlikely that anything
will com of tho Daytona hysteria, so
Jacksonville I going ahead framing plan
with never a thought for tha pioneer course
of beach racing.
Tho club want It meet to have an In
ternational flavor, and to that end many
foreign entries are being solicited. Al
ready the list lfl well filled with American
car. The promoter say that the best
machine that aver competed In a beach
meeting will be on the course. j
Among the American concerns favoring
the racing gam that will compete are the
Bulck, Losier, Marmon, National. Colo,
Herreshoff and Case. An effort wlil be
made to survey a course twenty-five miles
in length, so that but few turn will be
necessary In tho long races and thus In
sure fast time in the long distance events
by giving the competitor a long straight
away ot marble smoothness.
It I hoped that the hour raoo for the
larger car measuring from 4ol to 700
lnche In displacement will be won at a
speed of 100 mile for the hour, and that
the tot and lOO-mll race for oars ot 600
Inches or lan in displacement, with a min
imum weight of S,S00 pounds, will lower all
record for long distance beach racing. E.
A. Morosa, who 1 director of contest,
ha added a national amateur champion
ship to the already long attractive list of
events, thla being dona so that private
Owner nay also enter their oar.
That tho mil record will b broken I
the belief of many, as special racing car
ara to oompotei but tho problem Of finding
tiro for this terrtfio speed is causing the
beach most promoter some little anxiety.
Speaking along this line a tew day ago,
Mr. Moroas said.
"As r&ainf car usually are equipped
with small wheels, the speed of the wheels
Is necessarily increased. There are a few
high-speed motors that will turn up ,0U)
revolution a tr.inuts, and at t.r) revolu
tion per mlnat th wheel U considered
unsafe. One tire manufacturer has tersely
ald that the speed of a racing motor car
is limited to th speed at which a tire
will remain on a racing wheel. Th Fire
stone Tlr and Rubber company Of Akron
will, however, guarantee their Ure for
three mile per minute on any car that
can attain thla wonderful speed.
Ray Harroun, the Marmon driver, ha
arranged to hlp his monoplans to Florida,
wheia he will eetabllfh a training school
for the purpose of Instructing purchasers
or tne product vi i uw -- " -
factory. In addition to using his aircraft.
Harroun will pilot a car In aome ot the
events, fto Burman, with hi Bulck, Is
amicus to lift the speed king crown tor
the world's fastest mil. Ralph De Palma
haa promised the management that ha will
ship his Simplex from New Orleans to the
beach contest, whll Louis: DUbrow. with
his Popa-H art fords, will also b in evi
Balla- Oalda Marls !u (.rove.
'S;l11ng' Official Base Ball Guide for
th v,kr lKil." bwiides containing the in-
teiesun features of the ruitlee of former
years, has blossomed forth with a pic
torial reusw or the important personaties.
The minors, who have nut been si-ninrd,
. r included In the llxt of W photoijraptiH.
Jehu 11. Foator, illor of the guide, has
made some very Cuti.preiienstve laiss uu
ii.e susMestlotis of Chang in the nations!
Seme t,n1 a history of tha same op t i
Hte, winch la Included in the woik of
Crowd Leaders in
Metropolitans of New York and Two
Brooklyn Teams Find Places
in First Ten.
BUFFALO, N. Y., March 11 The aeem
Ingly Impregnable position of the first di
vision of the five-men teams In the Na
tional Bowling association's tournament
wa shattered tonight by the eastern bowl
ers. The Metropolitans of New York City
and two teams from Brooklyn found places
In the first ten.
The Metropolitans rolled the high score
for the night and took second place to the
record-holding Bonds of Cleveland. Their
scor wa 2.907, or 62 pins behind the Bonds.
Th Cleveland Bowling cut tonight
rolled L8D6 and temporarily went into
fourth place, only to move back a notch
when the Metropolitans hung up their
William Agnew of the Cleveland team
rolled 710 In his three games 245, 197 and
J6S the high score for three consecutive
Following is th lineup of five-men teams
as a result of tonight's changes:
Bonds, Cleveland 2,s
Metropolitans, New York 2.w7
Burroughs, Detroit 2 S76
Davls-Hartman, Pittsburg 2. WW
Cleveland B. C, Cleveland 2 W
Ptr Clifton's. Chicago 2 828
Gotham Palace No. 1, Brooklyn 2,i6
Gotham Palace No. 2, Brooklyn 2.W0
J. A. Fords, Detroit 2 797
cyracuse A. C. Syracuse 2,772
Mink League Meets
at Nebraska City
Season Will Open May 18 and Close
September 9 Schedule Awaits
Action of Legislature.
NEBRASKA CITT, March 11. (Rpeclal.)
A meeting of the officers and directors
of the Mink league was held In this city
last evening, and matters ot general In
terest to the league wa discussed. Presi
dent Fred Garey presided, and Directors
I. A. Wilson of Clarinda, C. C. Davis of
Falls City. L. J. Armfteld of Shenandoah,
W. J. liutton of Maryvllle. La re Hlgglns
of Auburn and K. A. Duff of Nebraska
City were In attendance. The base ball
season opens on May IS. with Auburn at
Noliraska City, Maryviils at Fails City and
Hhenandoah at Clarinda. On July 4, Ne
braska City will play at Auburn, Falls City
at Maryvllle and Clarinda at Shenandoah.
On Labor day Oarlnda will be at Ne
braska City, Maryvllle at Falls City and
Auburn at Shenandoah.
The complete schedule tor the season will
be Issued as soon as the legislature Con
clude Its action on the Sunday base ball
bill and It Is known whether or not the
teams In Nebraska will be allowed to play
ball on Sunday, as they have no desire to
be lawbreakers. All of the teams have
signed more than half ot their player
and some of them have chosen their man
agers. The base ball scaaon ends on Sep
Harry Hage, who waa umpire last seuson,
will te one of the umpires tor thla season,
the other two have not been selected. The
meeting waa one of the most enthusiastic
ever held by the league and all of the di
rectors went home this morning feeling
they were better for having attended.
There will be no further meeting of the
directors until after the season opens.
btaata sksl Oat.
FOHT WORTH. Tex. .March 11-Knrt
Worm shut out the Nw York National's
second team this afternoon. .oore.
it h e.
Koit Worth e 0 0 0 0 1 I !
N York 00 0 000- J 3
liatlrrirs: lln-lt. Aiill and Urven;
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Very truly, "WALTER WEBER.
430 1-S Fourth St., Svanaville, Ind.
and Summer 1011 Catalogue.
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
One Dollar Per Vrar.
Beat Ksrai Taper la the West,
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