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riJK BEBs OMAHA, TmrB.SDAY. MARCH 26, 1814.
Drawn for The Bee by "Bud" Fisher If Jeff Had Mutt's Brains He'd Be a Wonder Jepp, we AWT cor a cgnt but I've dor TMS JtfiT5 HAVC A CRCfVT TeAtA THiae. Tttey LOOk Ling ACNCH, WITH fATTY AND ft A v,. "' " OA Ball nirt i Battcr. etc - n , i .. i ouievb roe J I PAt Fdl- X-fiAMC YOO ) r I SpTeS I CSSA STF i NfGULG BUT I CU8 .1 . II . . torv worJ L..V - - I 1 J f AMti J l LI F-r? I i I 1 TnLie vnu FnRWY VT. T bfl BILL ROME'S MEN IN ACTION Go Nine Inntoff, with a Final Score of Nine to Three. PANS GET WORTH OF MONEY JMrn li Uood I'nrrn anil Mo WorU StMH Would lie Htnrele.l of Them Aloti l.ale In ttensnn. Toe rim ball gam of the neason wss plftvfd Hi iuiifk park Wtlnf flay after, ttw n. hii n.indfng Regular defeat ing Hill H-htpke' Ystilgsns, to . The Ynnlshn were ImrnllMtipod by the nb Mfire of lFhlih, Who Plight lirvo swun'r lb tide of battle In their tnvot, Without 1 II Hip Yanlgan floundered hopelessly Ir forp tlif well-sustained onslaughts of tl slugging Regular and mine our of the fray badly the wnrso for wesr. Hill' tempted Tuesday to stop the ball with lain ryn nnd tho bnll look xeeptlon. the I f mill In inn Mr H'hipkc's Inrspscltallon Joe Waul, tntf of Memphis, W the Hlnr performer in Hie hilling line, ! On'iiftli a youth named Mreker did nlihont n well Ward hit four out of five safely, while Meeker lilt three out of four. Per haps If ho hud been give n another oppor tunity lir could havo duplicated the test of Ward ICnnh wn accredited With a. twn-han hit. whllr the rest were single. lJrm were frequent, hut the fleldlnir urm snappy and fast considering It km th first game tit alhlele had played. Mix plleher weir used nnd nil pitched very good bull. llrAdy did the best, as he didn't allow n hit durlnit his three In nlng for the YkiiIhiuii. In addition, Ik Ins hesitated on occasion to dispense with r little of hi comedy, It not Mm Into trouble "ones because Im untile ah nror while endeavoring to talk one of the athlete out iff making the f I rat itnok on on In field kit. llnurbr n no 1 1 m pi re, I'll ltouikfi officiated tin umpire nnd while the fan In I ha boxen ridiculed hi decision In trtio iil(-'fiii style, tha players never peeped... la did very well, too fl culled n deilMon correctly every unw In a while. '' w "teveneoii nnd Alexander utiirltd the conflict fli Itefidlaxli neotired a very nleo lead off of Alexander, but It w tint hi liult. A llttf loone fleldlnit on the ullppery dlmmtndv did the work, nx nUled by ft two-bntrger by JOc Wnrd, Kick nnd Klxon Cloummi riet ook tip the mntUIri nnd the , H-WilnrK added n few moro orf llleM. Then Hln, Urady nppemrd ofv Ihe w?e'n and tho nBUlRrK were nuiielfjhf'd for IM remnlndtr of thn irnme Art Clrtumiut iildh't allow uny runn by the YolBrfrix, o tile percent re. infiined in favor of' the llerularc, The full Who IhnliiR. Wef lflayed be- cauae Johrtnlrt Oojidlnif feured ho would never net another rhnneo to play nine. Joiitinie i nfrn(i f Mino wan,iernK miowi ami In .taking no chancer when the weather In warm. If weather permit a enorier came win no played nt the park nia Buernoon. Tim lineup yeiterdaVi Jti:(Jt)liAllH, t All. It. 11, iv innrj, jo ; 4 0 i)hBfce, ll At i Thoi1iaon ,of & 0 J'oniraltoni tt .1 J Ward, lb.. a 'r, 'i Krum Ifio. , S Tnontna, ,yi8M..,ia,..B Mtnilec ii.;...... 3 v or n Hick. ')..... a 0 0 i ipn w-rnm 'fci jtt tMH ' 0 i 0 0 4 1 ' ylk . 1 -,fl' . o. s O. lA. K 4 f 3 ( 1 ( 1 l 10 tb Heft? inr'i a Pips YOU WCsMT AND STrtRr a ' . m wm I . i " l Hi, i Hi i i 1 NVV6M THAT BrS6ert.t.SrrAl-. A Bum wfs btust fN hsw ahd PuLU5t THAT STUFP AND AtTfV He LSPT X COUNTttO UP (VAO fOUMD He "WON'T fAG. v f I f THO o(AMT& HAVG I i i v. itir v i i i r t ti?am i ' i V ) f HB L6PT X COUNTttO UP (VAO U-- I . I VI FUUO He "WONT PNf A& V ' . . ' V r UetX, HAT'S AUC that Cot to tx CHAW 6.6 ! o 'a 5 TolAU AValliiee, . Vaj-ii. aii.... tJiftham, 2b. ii. rr .41 t II 37 It ....... i YANKIANM, VII. . 4 ..1 . 4 . 4 4 31ell Sleeker, vC Hmlth, lb... 4 Khaniroh, If 4 Itoaerra, o a m etmhh, p i is, rioitnan, p. Wr1y, p it. i 0 n s' o- 0 0 0 0 u It, 3 I lo ' 8 0 1 0 0 0 1. o 0 a 4 I la o 4 .0 0 A. .14. 4 3 Total M J 10 IT ID 8 Titn.bim Villa i U'ju.I rncriiu mini umicy, Kruir, iteeUer. lu Mini Clancy. Blolett haiem roiiKftltpr.. Tlioiiiun m. Wnl ace. Dell (I). idy lft nu banen: HcguUrn, Si Yan- jirauy ,un on oanen: item Idann. B. Uaflea on ballm Off 8levntftn. i pit Alexander. I. Htruck outi uy ball, ty 14. riomn, ronnafton. ,llti lift Alexander. 6 'In three Inntnaai off muni, o in innn, 8 In . tn 7. m thwe Inn ihrw inmnan off Itrndy. nonOn tbr- innlnKe. Tlmo of KRine: t;. Umpire Hunters Think it to Shoot at Duoks in Spring Right ttelltvlnir that the leeent federal rullnir doet not prohibit eprlnif ahootlns In Ne. braaka, except alonrt the MUeourl Mx-er, K parly of l8ht hunter from ChlcaRo i-atn In over tpe MIlnauKee and Im medlaUly left for Noith l'lattc over the- t nlon aellte, where they no to try hand at dviek and koom ahooUnir. The t'hlcalio eportamen were ruulpped villi outrita that would lie the envy of b sinters anywhere. Keh man had at lfait two automatle tun, waterproof clothing. hd about everything that would So to make hunting a pleaiure. Thai Stubborn Abscess It Is Healed Only by Gelling the Blood In Action Here are aoma vary valuable facta tor alt who have any blood truble with external mtlhrtaka. lo not cover It ao a to Interfere with vtraplr&Uott r the formation of iirotecilv acaba. Keep It clean and bandaced. If U la a etubborn 'oe ftuih your blood with R 8. rt. ThU famous blood purifier worka wonders. And Jmu can eaeily give j-tiur blood a Rood, thorough oleanelnR by uklng 8, . S. Thm la no need (or anyone to be despondent over the lllntk of Wood ImpurMUa. No matter how badly they attaek the system or how unttchlb betimes tha skin, juit re membtr what a distinguished doctor aaldt Ther U n Ingredient In K a a that to stimulates the cellular tissues throughout the body that they select ihtlr owta essential nutriment from the blood. Ttts cms tkkl til 1-F. sll fcoNiVlivi & & IS Hum. la caek4 kni reotlr watt be- Kiss, S, kts ear S rcts Istseee o ell JKl H s e terwf ifcslf tMitart .wM he straet. rt rettltre sietrtsse W hi! tSM Nee stttelkM I Vttsg efwf KtestuU mfttte ibun ever Were. sa4 S. K. S. U ti.t alMt ettvneal la ISts Use. ft Mt TtU U H ttie t S. . B. Jr; It yeer ikm U t seek asters tut T -itl4 HI te eH s vcUtUt wrlti -1 KT tVmli7. AUs. Bs ' ju i asy sllsarit eW to WStUtsj tM tat He N1 Vttsy rr4 I)im4 S "by tvefu sest sslaenl anwre yimt eC e tteis. Xtk tr t K. S. ssfl bM tut 8. 8. . U wsst j reorw U tt Olara Belles Lead thftBdoster League Totals m Bowling Clara Deltes led In team totals In last, night's lloostsr loaitiiQ matches, . Theli 'score of J.Wl, JnrUdrf.a l.WUenirt.RiunjS, won two rroin tho Mttj.Mai.yronsurnnce train,. .The first two gamia wero cl'oso.up to the tenth frame. Tho Innurnneo ngents won the Second by" Iho'lmndlrnp route. Witrlohow's (4Motat led tho crowd n,nd . .Dower's 233 wss hliili sIiihIo. Tho Ilsnys rolled a Hood set of games against the weakened Klka teum und won alt three, itlmmermnn'a 003 nnd 333 led' the Individuals. Martin was the sensational shooter of tho ovoiilng, with three games of 221, ,1V! bw.1 "(4. inlnllnir Riff- TliU rnio wns In kho Heacon isfl'letd Clijb jmatct. , The lauer i'ame ouii vipionous, v(iin nvwin oi to. "Cub" Voty11! fa away good, foe en toisi. . . . . . t Tho llrmveils lilghballs aiul Chris bycks rolled n series, 'wboro high .total Were scare?. The Highballs, .wont two ot Hho. lerles, with a S.fiSO tolul, oi jln ,hhead f the (!hrls Icke. Kniiton's m total nu roweirs s were nigh. The score werei i llooeter l.rnaue. C1.A11A lllM.l.KH. Name. lit. ' 2dr M. Totat. t7ln 171 15 , Jaroeh IDS IM . Jollllnosi 31 im Wartchow 170 til axi 173 Saints won by the Ulue Label team, ourol uiuAitMAKuaa' vuvts lahklh. 1st. id. 3d. Total. 1'eareon 191 17V iOl 6W Hansen 183 111 107 641 I), Moyna 1U 214 J0 W Total M0 67J 55 160 MOOUIiT.IANB. t . 1st. 2d. r,d. Total. llnmlll , IM inn jtn 433 Itdlly its , Hi iso too Klmpnon , 154 173 IM U3 S, Totals....;....,.. 42s 45? ' M 1st. 2d. - Hlnklo.. la IM Keller IM 17A arlftlth l.vs IM Jd. Total. 163 437 135 m m w Monroe lliumeii Morton Htuna Total 113 103 m 313 Mil W 1,002 MUTUAL L1P19 IN8UUANQH Name. 1st. Kowers..... 'Jio II. llnwers IM Tppplng ., iw eK...... mj H ami V.W l'virt ..k Tnll .... Handicap 113 It? 3 37 w iw i 131 37 6 OlH CO. Total 400 313 m 1Sit Wi i.iuav. Wm. . 1st, nrestone .. aw Howell mi SMmmerman ......... 333 J. Meium in K. Bdple l?l ttl. 191 Iv4 IM "J ITS .VI. Total 3 tco 1103 1W Mi Ml Total MS tit. ICS. Name. ut. Johnson it? . lis ihsmbers Straw ... irolte ... lraw ... t?MteAi4l 150 Sot i;i Tttal labdloap Total S0 OMAHA FlUUO lit. Mil r A. m Jlorker HI Cflb IVUer 313 W potter ... v traw 1 :d. lit m i ut 30 3d. in ut, hi m ii Totals.,.. 4 . 4SU 477 1.30J VIST .IHNllJltB, 1st IMHIMHIMII 1 UMIttlMtttl 1 1 114 II tltM 1 12l fd, Total 171 571 hit 49: 133 4M Totals., M3 IW m 1.M4 Zbyszko's Manager Wants a Referee of National Reputation tow Mansues Charles Pranttn of tho Kmc theater ha 'received n. mssag from J. If, Herman, - manager for Htanlalau Hbysiko,, the wrollng champion ot tho world, who wll bo (o the mat with louslff Uussane In Omaha Haturday nlghl, Herman wlrtd from Cincinnati lhat ho, and the I'ola would arrl"o In Omaha Thursday. He aska that a referee of national reputation bo scoured for tho beut, Kranko wl suggoit Krank Qoteh. The mssssgs follows! I will arrive In Omaha Thursday morn wnn r.pyssao r fonditinn Rhyssko, nndltlnn snns, We will finish our training In (nit pinlt llllll Omaha and, f possible, would like yon Tho Pole Is In the for his match with Total Handicap Total fc MtACON llt Martin in Strew 1U IS Jarosh m m Stfaw ""'..v.,.;,,'.,.".;i'. m !r n.Ktes lfiriiii 1st. ! iwdi rk Msurtr , p It miser tram ........ 11 Twmsn t . lit Youieom IH Total. 4T1 tJ 323 its 3, MS sis a,07 3d. id. Total, ! 43 1T vs 3.7W 3d. Ietal. t4 m i m aw 5? m lit i ii 303 1U 1U in ifl Total 3d. Total, eW irc Ml t.Vl IS cimiB nvcKcx NVeVs 11 .Hi?sr! Wraw ., Itesenberg ...i tsntn .. Total M. Total. in tt 1 sS5 to proeum a first clans gymnasium. We Will AVtlArtl llif. u.li..lfr.n nf n. rf.fArA Willi a natlnnal repntatlon, t nm ln formed thai Oecrco Tnohy, the Hoston wrestling .promotsr. offers ft M,M0 purso roe the. winner of the contest and Frank 4 latch to rnvst, tho match, 'to ne held at iHiaion on iecnratinn nay, J. It. HKltMAN Oady Refuses Bie: Offer from Federals HOT HPRIKOH Ark. March IS.- catener t'ady of the Boston American league announcl tonight ho had refused r j"er4 league oner or HVSOO a year nnd n bonua of to to sign with th lttsburch dub of tho new league. Cady alceady has slrned a ltoston eantracU No announcement was made todar aa to whether the tenipomrjp Injunction ob- tatoed jnesterday by the rtttsburah Na ttoMat reague dub toanasetoeat acalnst 8. II. Cwmntt and another TWel esu Ott dertbd as -ohn Do" wtU be OMtcated, Yhe Mtlef Isve4 tn cbanctry court rtrwtncd (."amntts and "John lVx from 4vmmunhattiir wtth any member of tha rtttsburgh club. NEW YORK AMERICANS DEFEAT MEMPHIS TEAM M KM THIS. Ta-nn.. March 3. The New York Americans defeated Memphis ot the Southern lea rue today, f to 3. Kcore: New York I a Memnhl , 11 lotteries. Cries. Weh and William Reynolds and Oouett: Uebhart. Morrison and Wad Keynolds, BROWNS BUNCH HITS AND TRIM BIRMINGHAM lURMtNClHAM, Ala . March. Si. By bunching hit the Ot. txul Rrowwa today esstly defeated Birmingham, i to 4 Fiore: 1VH.K. M. IXIU4S . . Birmingham MetMUtn, Lrnaaes. The iigarwtaVere lllue UWli broke the Metropolitan league seasvn hy wiimm thre same from the MocultUna last riigni miking Grover Gilmore Will Desert Denver for Kansas City Feds CillCAQO, March 25,-Urovcr Ollmoro of Chicago, who played with the Denver club of the Western league last season, Is the latest addition to tho Kcdcral league, Ullmpro yesterday signed a con tract to play with tho Kansas City Fed eral league club. His salary and the length of ils -contract were not an nounced. Qllnioro had a batting average pC .333 In 133 games with Denver and had a fielding average of ,973. James Bcott, pitcher for tho Chicago American league base ball club, admitted yesterday that his considering an otter from the Federal league, according to a report received here from Santa. Rosa, Oal., where the White Sox aro ploying exhlbtlon games, Bcott ranked as the fourth pitcher tn thn American loague , last season. Ac cording to the Information received here, Scott said ho had been approached by a Federal league agent, but refused to go Into details. Followers of base ball wero told today that Joe Weaver, shortstop ot tho White Box, was considering an offer from tho Chicago Federals. The dispatch said that tha now league had offered Weaver 330,000 for Jhree years' service. The shortstop, It was sold, has already signed a con tract to play with the Sox. SANTA ROSA, Cal., March SS.-.Beforo leavlng here today for Oakland, Joe Weaver, shortstop of the Chicago White Sox, told friends, that, ho had, definitely decided to sign wltll tho 'Federal league, unless tho White Sox management met hts terms. Ho did not nay what his terms wero or what oircrs the Federals had made him, but ho added that Jimmy ("Death Valley") Hcott. one of the White Sox pitchers, also had a Federal contract under consideration nnd had come to the same conclusion. New York Nationals Break Up Gamp MARtilN. Tex.. March 3R-The New York National league tosm squad broke training camp here today. The team will return home In two squads, one led by Donlln, and the other, the regulars, by Captain Larry Doyle. Doth will go to south Texas cities first for a series of games. ntcher Druoke, whose nrm hers been bothering him, will remain at Marlln. it Is said he will seek a place on the Toronto International league team, which has been training here. Outfielder Kd Harrison of the New York squad will be sent to Dallas In the Texas league. Manager Med raw said there would be further changes. which falls on September 26, and Cornell hero November 7. All tho bis Missouri valley conference games will take the Cyclone eleven on trips, whereas last fall Ames' field saw tho tig clashes with Mis souri and Nobrasku. Director Clyde closed up the last con tract yesterday and announced the follow ing official schedule for Itlti September 2ft Qrlnnell nt Ames. October 10 Minnesota at Minneapolis. October 24 Missouri at Columbia. October 31 Nebraska at 1-lncoln. November 7 Cornell at Ames. November 14 Iowa at Ames. November 31 Drake at Dos Moines. Max Defeat I,os AnRcles.l RKDLAiNDS. Cal,. March 25. In a game featured by a home run by Hal Chase the til set tuttenes: mumjrardner. Hamilton and Oemens and Agwew; Johnson. Robertson and Trageucr and Walters. TRACK TEAM CAPTAINS AT HIGH SCHOOL ELECTED Coaeh Mills now has definite plans tor the coming traek seaeon. In the meeting called Tuesday afternoon the captains were elected for the different class teams. Coach Mills la well j!ard with the material produced by the different classes and says there is no reason why the best team In the state cannot bo found among them. The following- captains wxre elected Spencer Flint, settlor clsss; Halleck Grouse, junior class; Bugena Neville, .sophomore; Charles Mortality, freshman. AMES PLAYS MOST OF GAMES AWAY FROM HOME Chicago Whlto Sox team today defeated the Los Angeles Coast .eaguers hero by a score of 12 to 6. Bellevue Base Ball Players Work Hard Rase ball artists ot Bellevue college are out for the pennant this year. Captain Halderman has only n few of the old guard back, but the new material Is doped to be very promising for green stuff. The .diamond has been recently put In condi tion and Is better than for many years. The squad seems to bo strong in the outfield and the infield must bo brought up to tho scratch. The bunch will be rather disorganized until the return of R. Quackenbush, who Is out ot school at prepont on account of sickness; but his return Is expected soon. Tho pitching staff Is as promising as . any in the state. I'. Quackenbush hits manned the box .lor Bellevue for three yearn and indications point to this as his best year. Of the now material, Braun, Kllever. and Raceley nrc showing class, Stepp and Martin also arc in line this year, Trie, former made tilt; letter two years ago, but was not In school last seasop. Games arc scheduled with Cotner, Doane, Fjeru, Wesleyan, Hastings and Several local contests. A MBS, la . March SC-tSpocial l-Thero wttl be only one big foot baft attraction en tb Cyclone gridiron, and that will be the crowd-drawing annual state title t )H1 between Ames And Iowa. . n State Chicago bVderals wtth Tinker playing at t ,v " ' , " . ' .Hi she rater- wen from i enlennarr cdlec. three game booked for the A-nes grldded I thirteen stwagr i, here today 9 t ft jrld arc Urlcnell the opening game Tinker SHRKYKPORT. 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