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Busy Season Ahead Kloomficlrf to Hold Dual Meet With Creiuliton - Joic Kay, I.uililic Mm urnl Jut l.ontiii Invitnl to (lite KliilitiniiM jit 1 1 . -1 i 1 1 fi Cnllfge 1 - n t. FHANK F. LOOMIS, JR. h..i.i tnain"n llui'lltr I Hli.ll Ji.ml tuck athlete uitl luve plenty hi competition 1 hi Tl!i!. lll.lll V liltCI luvc l.tru M'linlulul t"r lite iucrln'1 lie imj . I'tip mIhmiU not plaiiiniitf mi ir.il ti.mi will apply ilinr . (1 lotlrfld ll4M,ll.tll. 'tllUIIK the r'iiuiiiniK tuo and otieh.ili month ti.miKli lOiiipciilKin will ukc pUce lo krep tllC athlete. bilV. 1 lie program ol iiteri ii.ii nci'ii well planned ilut ,i!l nir.iii.itilc u inner i4ii il.fli .it i lie- state nuct mi Xcbraka held, loach Henry I'. Sc'lmlte i espritm,; record ni tty hist tin. year, a the majority 1 1 the college arc katuriiig track nam in preparation tor the taic tin 1. "''Dual and Class Meet in April. "l it? month t he high school camp are holding their iUm meet and ;iNo clashing with their neighboring .schools in dual conlcts. Bloom liilil llii;h schnul -a ill hcil'l iu cla-s c nt.it halnil nil April 14. A tlu.il meet i scheduled later with v'rrigh ton on April 21. U'aua, I'rotton and ltlouiiilicld will compete in a triangular meet on April lieatriie will try ami uphold iis last spring laurels again this year. The tiac county hoys copped both the state pctitathalon and state meet last year. Hastings High school held its class meet last Friday, which the seniors won. Coach Newman has some good material, but the former Nebraska star held his boys in as it was their first meet. "Bob" Stephens put over a K"d jump of live feet six inches iu the high jump, and may add a couple of inches by May. llrccnslit. who placed second in the state quarter last spring, jogRcd through in 56 seconds. State Meet May 13. The state meet is set for May 13 and will wind up the track meets for Nebraska prep schools, except those that may train along ior Stagg's meet at Chicago in June, which is the national meet tor prep schools. With Hastings, Doane, Cbadron and Wayne Normal all fostering track games for high schools, the prep athlete should to well in con dition in time for Coach Schulte's meet. Hastings college meet set for May 6 is going to he a real set of games, as me i u-sitiwu sliivui will leave no stones upturned to make it a success. Coach Loomis will invite some champion athletes from Chicago to give exhibition races, and is negotiating with Joie Ray, America's greatest distance runner; Laddie Myers, holder of the world's indoor pole vault record, and Jo Loomis, holder of nine world's records. This will be a great oppo tunily for high school boys to sec champions perform. The western Nebraska track and field meet will be held at Alliance on May 5, 36 schools have been invited to participate, ScottsblutT, Sidney, Oshkosh, Morrill and Alli ance are expected to marke strong bids for the title. Doanc college will stage an inter scholastic at Crete and Coach John son's meet has always attracted many schools. A number of coun--ty meets will be held throughout the state. Woman's Pin Crown at Stake April 16 The city bowling championship among the fair sex will hang in the balance Sunday evening, April 16, when Mrs. T. R. Jameson, champion, and Mrs. Otto Ramer, challenger, meet in a championship match at the Omaha alleys. Mrs. Jameson recently defended ncr title against Mrs. . buck, im mediately following her victory over Mrs. Buck, the champion woman pin toppler of this city, was challenged by Mrs. Ramer, former title holder. Mrs. Ramer lost the title to Mrs. Jameson in 1920. The championship match will start at 8 oclock, April 16, total pins to count in a five-game match. Montreal, April 4. It was announced here tonight that Georjre KiikIp, manRger for Harry Cireh of Pittsburgh. Pn., hart received an offer for a bout between Grpb and Johnny Wllaon for the middleweight boslnr championship, ta be held at Madi aon Square Garden May 5. Golf Facts Worth Knowing Q. What is the penalty in -a three ball match where a player's ball is stopped by another or his caddie? A. The player who himself or whose raridlo atop an opponent's ball loses the hole to that plnyee. As regards tha other opponent the Incident Is treated as a rub of the green. Q. In a four-ball matrh where two pUyers are partnprcd ana ins t the other ! w o, does the rule with, reference to the piayr who la farther away playing first hold pood A. No. as between two partners, they etrrrUo their option as to which will play first. Q. In a medal qualifying round, sup pose, an entry arrives late and finds no other entry to qualify with. Can ha qualify with the club profepsional ? A. Not unlet the committee sanctions the appointment of the professional as a marker for the pla.ver. Q. What is the customary allowance, on ths difference In rating between two players tn a handicap match? A. In a sin tie match, the high handi cap man is allowed three-fourths of the difference Mmm his rating and that of hi opponent. In fonr-hwll matches, 1 hree-elrhths of ?ho difference between the combined hanritnaps of the two sides. Q. Is there any rule against a player s withdrawing from a tournament after he has won a prir.e in the qualifying round? A. There is no rule ajrnint a with drawal, but ordinarily such Is taken as a forfeiture of such priie. A ton ma -ment committee might, howeTer. decide that argent conditions making the with drawal necessary would still entitle the player ta the prise. If any golf rules puzrV you. write the 'Sparta. -Kdtor.if .-The Bee. n-- cloaing stamped return caveiopa. An Able First Lieutenant A i. m:ORMHi. at right, got uii4 I w fitly l o tunic w 1 1 It the ' en lat eauu. He -lured the game Wl lt Jull4i did IIOl C4U'l with I' red I lot maim. Tin cr he i epct rd act a tint lieu tenant to bvliiitf. He i 4 mitfMy c i p b le )iiiihk nun. He proved it in the few mwti he catidit Ut milliner. He will.M'cd the lull for a .347 a vera Re, and lidded .950. He held up the pit-her like a rteran. Hit pegging tt the lu-ei pleated Iliiftnij. At a reiiiU he hat done the hoik of catching this pring. Sutton Quintet Wins First Tilt in Cage Tourney Chicago. April 5. (Special Tele gram.) Sutton high of Sutton, Xeb., ihanipions of the state, won the open ing game hy defeating Canton, 111., 27 to 23. in a came marked by the N'cbraskan's sensational play in the final halt. The western champions were in ureat form, and had control shooting baskets trotn all over the floor. Schwartz, center on the Sutton team, was the outstanding star, getting (our baskets from the floor and rcg isteriu gwith four free throws. Wilson, left forward on the Can ton team, also made some brilliant shots with four basket and two free throws. ' Twenty-six crack high school bas ket ball "teams, many of them state champions, are entered in the tour ney. Lineup: Sutton. Canton. H.F.T.P.I B.F.T.P. Murphy, rf 112 0 Stlnhaucr. rf 3 0 10 Wllnon, It 4 2 3 3' M.VVtelund, If 2 1 0 0 neyier, c 3 0 1 0 Schwartz, c 4 4 0 3 Miller, re t 0 1 CiO.Wieland. Tg 2 0 0 0 Simon. In 0 0 1 OIRpellman, Ig 0 0 3 0 Free, throwa mlsad: Sutton, 4; Can ton, 2. Ruth Finally Gets Into Hit Column New York, April 5. John Mc Graw's Giants must win four out of the next five games to he played against the Chicago White So if the Broadway aggregation is to take the series from the Windy City team. Yesterday's defeat at Knoxville, Teun., by a score of 6 to 2 gave Gleason's men a five to three advan tage, which appears to be quite a handicap against the National leaguers. The Giant team, crippled by the absence of Groh, Frisch and Ban croft, presented a patched-up ap pearance, with Young at second, Cunningham at third and Rawlings at short. Coast League I.fm Angeles, April 6. B. H. E. Portland 5 9 2 I, o Ant-eles 10 18 3 Batteries Blesmlller and Elliott; Cran dall and Daly. San Francisco, April 5 It. H. B. Seattle 0 3 4 San Francisco S 10 6 Batteries Mack, Henke, May and Tobin; Glllenwater, Coumbo and Agnew. Sacramento, Cal., April 6. R. H. E. Oakland 4 9 2 Sacramento 11 2 (Eleven innings.) Batteries Eller, Brenton and Koehler; Kiehaus, Penner and Stanage. Some Classic Shots , We have unending talcs of unusual shots but it seems to me that the most extraordinary happenings I have ever heard of on the golf course occurred at different times in England and Scotland. I have made Something of a collection of freak shots and strange plays and I will tell of some of them in this article. Any of my readers who wish to add to my story of such anecdotes are free to write me at any time. Many strange plays take place which arc, of course, never heard of. My prize episode of the links is an experience that befell' the Hon. Alfred Lyttleton some years ago at the first tee on the old St. Andrews course. The honorable gentleman was a player of about two handicap but there was something very wrong about his initial drive on this par ticular day. His ball, with the shot badly dubbed, hopped a little dis tance away from the tee and landed close behind one of the seats at the right hand side of the course. From this lie he could, with a very liberal application of imagination, still con sider himself as on the way to the hole. 1T prepared tor his second shot H rnidp mixhtv ivinz and his L-lubhtad truck both bail and seat. The bail re- for Nebraska High School Track Athletes 13 Rain Prevents Game Between Buffaloes and Mexia Team Mexia, Tex.. April 5. ( Special Telegram.) The Omaha Western league baseball team, which was to clash with the Mexia Guslicr, mem bers ot the Texas-Oklahoma Baseball league, arrived yesterday mornina from College station. A four-inch rain, however, prevented the dia mond event yesterday. Manager Hurch and squad arc looking good, eager for any game that the weather man will let them play in Texas, and. according to those who have sized lliem up here, arc certain to give a good account of themselves when they return to the home barracks to give the pen nant a good chasing. Long May Become Freshman Grid Coach "Tip" Long, four years a member of Crcighton's football team, and one of the big cogs in last year's vic torious machine, is slated for the po sition of freshman coach at Creigh ton, according to rumors afloat around the campus. "Mac" Baldrige, head coach, said today that two freshman coaches were to be appointed within the next tew weeks and that Long was thor oughly qualified for the staff. He said he would use his influence with the Crcighton athletic board to have him appointed. Jack Dempsey Preparing . for Trip Across Pond Chicago, April S. Jack Dempsey arrived here tockiy from the west for a visit of a few days before going to New York to prepare for his European trip. Dempsey said he expected to have three fights in Eu rope, meeting Beckett, Carpcntier and Wills. Dave Shade Receives Decision Over Siegel Boston, April 5. Dave Shade, Cal ifornia welterweight, received the de cision over Nate Siegel in a 10-round bout here last night. Spring Football Practice Starts at Husker Camp Lincoln, Neb., April 5. Only 30 men responded to the first call for spring -football practice today and most of these were members of last year's freshman squad. The large amount of new mater ial expected did not show up, though 40 or 50 were out last fall. Coach Fred Dawson started drilling the men on fundamentals. He is being assisted by "Bill" Day, captain of the 1920 Husker team, and Farley Young, last year's freshman coach. bounded and executed a perfect flying long distance, shot, except', that it' went backward Instead ot forward. It passed over the tee, then lofted tautifully and cleared the. clubhouse. It landed 150 yards from where he stood. On his third shot he just cleared one end of the cubhouse and was 80 yards back ot his starting point at. the first tee. In the open' championship at Prest wick in 190g the celehrated golfer. James Braid, chanced upon a golfing expertenco that almost passes belief. At one of the holes Braid had reached the green In two and was about five- yards from the hole. Five yards beyond the -hole was a bunker. Braid putted and for .some strange reason his putter same down with 10 times the force required and his ball landed in the bunker. In this champion ship match Braid was obliged at .that stage of the game to put rack his putter and call for a niblick. Iieapite such an upset he won the hole and his match. While we are on the subject of Eng lish shots I might mention thit Percy Hills, an Knglish professional, has made six holes In one. Henry Metz, a very good Chicago play er, was gaing around the old Edgewater cours a few years ago and he made a splendid acore until he had reached the 16th tee. Hia opponent played very In tensely and was unwinding a particular ly good brand of golf. From the lfith tee his opponent's drive was not so good, considering what had gone before. Met? observed jokingly, "You are in-a. nice po sition to go into the lake." . Our menr tal scientist brothers tell us that thoughts are" things." After that re mark Meta opponent required 17 troks to get across the bit of water at tlra point on tt.e course and Meta has been a mental scientist ever since. Pome of these unexpected freak' shots are funny and some of them ar disas trous, hut there is something in them thai-malees-lb whole.-gnifa re-rid kin. icup right is:;.) "Cowboy" Padgett Rides Into Omaha to Lariat Schlaifer '"Cu !.)" PaJtfrtt rode an iron teed ' Onulu thi morning and m'I httfiti tummy thu iunnHin in the Ornhtum gm lor In luttle Muiidjy at tuuiiiil ItluK with Morne Schtauer. The lowhoy U'oi lit a a tiddV and tut hilt liopet of lariating a victory at the Apne of Omaha lurd-MHkiin: writer. Ticket lr tin- fiiyaueiuent he heen placed mi ile at the Sport man, Merrttt'i drug tore, I', figar t'ie, taelull lieadmaiter and filirr doftiitoun tckrt dfKi. AllianceNegro Automobile Expert Preparing to Enter Racing Game "jiaik Plug" Slaughter Plans t Slaughter Track Ket unit. Building. Tho (lure. Alllame. N'eh . April 5, (Spe- cui.1 '4tn ring r.uuic pmujih- rr. .Mlume nrcro auiomonuc uprt. i. come out to "beat the world Hi ;i an auto speed demon. To;eilier uitii tlie AIIuiilc Auto and Irtitk company, he lia purchased from the ..nvrriiltirilt iwo Nll-horcio er Mtirievan airplane motor, each of- .vhich will he attached to a racing chassin. The motor are practically i cw, and have been air-UMcd by government experts. A large part of the construction is of ahiiuinim, making an exceedingly light but dur able motor. Slaughter intends to follow the big i-iito race circuit ami cop some 01 I iiio hur nintipv. Ho savs the air mo tor will enable him to easily make 110 miles an hour. Slaughter is iaid to be a mechanical wizard, pos sessing rare knowledge of practically all makes of automobiles, and a penius for auto repair work of all kinds, lie is largely self-taught, having studied technical mechanical problems from text books while do ing porter work around garages. During the war he served one year as an expert aircrait motor inspector for the Packard Motor company, specializing on Liberty motors. Missouri Coach Goes to Purdue Jimmy Fhclan. head football coach at Missouri university, has been ap pointed a successor to "Lone Star" Dictz of Purdue, according to word received here by "Mac" Baldrige, the lawyer-coach oi Crcighton. Thclan is to take over his new du ties Monday, it was said. Dictz was discharged on profes sionalism charges. The postion at Purdue is a big stride for rhelan, who is a former Notre Dame athlete. Stray er Wins Verdict Over Happy Malone Hastings, Neb., April 5. Bat tling" Strayer of Lincoln last night gained a decision in a 10-round bout with "Happy" Malone of Omaha. Strayer was the aggressor through out. The men are middleweights. "Kid" Whcclock of Lincoln and Harry- Boyle of Omaha, welter weights, fought a four-round draw. Joe Ferguson of Richmond, Ind., won a six-round decision from Sid Soklyn- of Lincoln. Harold Jclama of Hastings was the victor over Lloyd Kelly of Grand Island in two fast rounds, in which Kelly was twice knocked down. ' "Bob" Roper Wins Over Eastern Heavy Fighter Holyoke, Mass., April 5. Capt. "Bob" Roper, heavyweight of Roa noke, Va., received the decision over Pal McNaney ot Ware, Mass., in ttie fourth round of a scheduled 10-round bout here last night when McNancy, shortly, after taking a count of nine, claimed a foul blow and refused to continue. Exhibition Game Des Moines, la., April 5. It. IT. E. Cleveland, American 6 8 2 Dos Moines, Western 3 1" 3 Batteries Malls,- Bagov ami unetu, Nunamaker; Black, Jlarz and Knox. Among the good pickers is Ben He firmly says, "Never again. Some other poor guys Can switch, but I'm wise And I stick to Piedmonts. Amen !' Liggett & Myers Tobacco Co. Logan May Meet Schlaifer Here "Rud" I.OK.iit, clever hual weltcr .. ... .i ..I.':. ! c. i.i ...... i.. lhe ,luin.eveIcr, , 4 10-roniid bout ;iat ,1C (jitv aiiditorimn. May 2. it . - . . . ' tccaiue known Ut night. According to word going the roiimU among the Omaha "pugs," the kuigliK of Columbus matchmak er is angling for a return go be tween these two popular welters. Logan won a decision over Schlaif er several weeks ago and is willing to demonstrate to Mr. Schlaifer that he can repeat his performance. Schlaifer and Jack 1'crrv have been sinned to meet in a 10-round main event at the Auditorium, April 18. The American Legion is pro moting the show. Fairbury to Open jeason at Deatrice Fairbnrv, April 5. (Special.) G. W. Segri.it, owner and manager of the Fairbury baseball team of the State league, was the guest of the Fairbnrv Chamber of Commerce Tuesday. The season for Fairbury w ill open at Beatrice when the locals meet the tteatricc club for three consecutive cames on May l- U and 14. The season for this year is 120 days. Fairbury secured eight Sunday games ana two holiday nates, Arnor day and the Fourth of July. Beatrice plays here both holidays. Cozy Dol man of St. Louis plays second base ?nd is field manager, while George Nelson of St. Paul holds first base and is captain. the rairhury slogan tins -year is "Beat Beatrice." The rivalry between these two clubs dates back to the many close contests when both teams were in the amateur class. Missouri Valley College Nine Defeats Nebraska. Marshall, Mo April 5. Missouri Valley college defeated Nebraska university here yesterday, 11 to 10, in an 11-inning baseball game. The Nebraska team will play Missouri university at Columbia today. Men Bowlers Defeat Women. Giving a picked team of women bowlers 170 pins to start with, a selected quintet of men pinpushcrs won a bowling contest at the Omaha alleys last night, 2,983 to 2,753. The following women rouca: iira. Jameson, Miss Houaman, Mrs. Stanton, Mrs. Huff und Mrs. Humor. The following men bowled:' McCabe, Howard, Clark. Ham and Krman. Roller Beats Shepard. E. G. Roller climbed a notch in the state three-cushion billiard cham pionship tournament at the Acad emy parlors last night when he de feated Harry Shepard, 35 to 26, in 84 innings. Cleveland Catcher Injured in Game With Des Moines Des Moines, la., April 5. Steve O'Neill, regular catcher for the Cleveland Indians, was injured in an exhibition game here today when a foul tip split a deep gash between the index and middle finger of his right hand. He will not be able to play again for 10 days. ITS 1 Woman Champ ALEXA STIRLING. h premier American wo- jr,' man golfer, it practit ing indoon at her New h York place of buainei I ( in preparation (or com- Zr 1 '"S tournament!. Mi 1 4 ; Stirling will meet I I trong opposition this I year, is evidenced by I I the championship form I of Clenna Collett at Pinehurit, N. C. (NY. Am) Argentine Boxer Seen as Future Foe for Jack New York, April 5. -Louis Angel 1'irpo, an Argentine pugilist, was to day considered by experts as a fis tic diamond in the rough because of his defeat of Joe McCann at New ark, .V J., last night. Fripo entered the fight with little or nor defense against McCann's hardest blows, but the way he ab sorbed punishment and came back like a raging lion, was impressive. McCann was beaten down in the closing seconds of the fifth round and the officials stopped the bout, Their decision was well received by the crowd, for it appeared the South American champion might seriously injure the ejrsey man it the encoun ter continued. Firpo probably will place himself in the hands of a competent trainer ?nd coach and he will be watched in later bouts by those who are hop ing an opponent for Dempsey may be developed. Jock Hutchison Wins Golf Title Washington, April 5. Jock Hut chison of Chicago, British open champion, won the open golf tour nament of the Columbia country club here today with a 72-hole total of 295. John Harrell of Quaker Ridge. Nj Y., was second with 290, and Walter Hagen of New York was third with 303. Cambridge Legion Wins Cambridge, Neb., April 5. (Spe cial 1 elcgram.) The fast Cambridge Legion basket ball champs trimmed McCook in a post-season game here last night by the score of 41 to 6. Today in Ring History Forty-Two Tears Ato. John L. Sullivan against Joe Goss, ex hibition, Boston, three rounds. Twenty-Three Tears Ago. Tommy Ryan won from Dutch Neal. Dubuque, Is., six rounds. nineteen lears Ago. Austin Rice against Jack Hamilton. draw, Walpole, 15 rounds. Eighteen Years Ago. Gus Ruhlin against Jim Jeffords, no decision, Philadelphia, six rounds. Ten Years Ago, Jim Barry lost to Porky Flynn. Sydney. N. S, W., 20 rounds. Four lears Ago. Franlde Burns against Joe Lynch, no decision, Philadelphia, six rounds. Of(0oT A and for cigarettes Virginia tobacco is the best State Meet in May Practices Indoors Jack Johnson in Trouble Again New York, April 4. John Arthur (Jack) Johnson, former heavyweight champion of the world, is in trouble again. Supreme Court Justice Cohalan will deter mine today if the negro pugil ist should be adjudged guilty of contempt of court for failing to appear before the court March 20.. in response to an order issued in a civil action. Attorneys for Barbey Gerard and the estate of Henry C. Minor, Inc., obtained the order, claiming John son had paid only $1,000 on a judgement of $3,679. Johnson has been appearing in vaudeville in re cent months. Missouri Tracksters to Meet University of Utah Ogdcn, Utah., April S. The Uni versity of Missouri track team will engage in a practice meet with the track men of the University of Utah and the Utah Agricultural college here next Tuesday, according to in formation received here today. The Missourians will stop in Odgcn sev eral hours on their way to meet the University of California team April IS. Caddock Starts Training for Match With Lewis Earl Caddock, former world's champion wrestler, started training yesterday at his home in Walnut, la., for his championship match with "Stranglcr".Ed Lewis in Wichita, Kan., April 13. 'Passenger and Freight Services. N. Y. to Cherbourg and Southampton AQI ITAMA Apr. 11 May S May S3 MAIIKKTANIA . . .Apr. K May 1 dune BERENGAKIA . ..May 8(1 June 20 July It N Y. to Plymouth. Cherbourg A Hamburg CAROM A Apr. g May IS June 17 PANNUMA Apr. IB N. Y. to Cooh. (Oueenstownl ft Liverpool I'ARMAMA Apr. 1 May 17 8CYTHIA (new). ..Apr. S May IS June 21 SAMARIA (new). .May 10 June 7 July N. Y. to Londonderry and Glasgow COLUMBIA May 87 June 24 July il ALGERIA June 14 July IS Aug. 26 Boston to Londonderry. Liverpool and Glasgow ALGERIA Anr. 80 - assxhia niayzt duiy oepi. 10 Boston to uueensiown ana Liverpool LACOMA (new)... 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