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THE BEE: GMAHA. SATURDAY. APRIL 13. 1922.
rop Second Straight Game to Oklahoma City by 7 to 2 Score A fruit fcuitT Oklahoma City OU, April H. Ai'trr j'Hihinif iuiilfi and lmlf hill tut sit Hilling. Wilson blew Ul iu the set ruth and with (lie Ut anee of error by Gislason nl Man. h, Ollahorru City noted live i-mea and cimhfil a 7-to victory. Wardrn. an Oklahoma City senupro lecruit, e the entire route in IMh shape for the Indian. OMAHA. ABRH.POA.E. Gislason. 2b 4 0 1 3 6 t Sncdecor, lb 4 0 1 9 Lea. If 4 0 0 0 Manush,cf .......3 I I 1 Griffin, rf 4 0 2 2 Grantham, 3b .....2 0 0 1 Wilson, at 4 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 2 0 Wilder, c 3 1 1 4 Wilton, p 1 0 0 0 Baumfartner, p ..0 0 0 0 Total! 29 2 24 12 4 OKLAHOMA CITY. AB.R.H.PO.A.E. Pitt, rf 3 1 1 0 0 0 Massey. 2b S Middleton. If 4 1 0 0 1 0 2 4 4 0 1 0 1 14 1 0 2 6 1 1 2 Bates, lb ..3 Laaalle, . Tate, 3b ... Philpott, cf Lone, c . . . . Warden, p 1 1 3 0 1 0 1 1 Totala 30 7 6 27 14 2 Score by innings: Omaha 0 00 10 100 0-2 Okl. City ....0 0 0 0 0 0 5 2 x 7 Summary Two-base hits: Man uah. Bates. Sacrifice hits:. Gran than, Wilson, 2; Philpott. Bases on baUt: Off Warden, 3; off Wilson. 6. Struck out: By Wilson. 1; by Baum gartner, 1. Runs and hits: Off Wil ton, 5 and 4 in 7 innings; off Baum gartner, 2 and 2 in 1 inning. Losing pitcher: Wilson. Double plays: Tate to Massey to Bates. 2; Bates, unassisted ; Gislason to Wilcox to Sncdecor; Wilcox to Gislason to Snedecor. Left on bases: Omaha, 6; Oklahoma City. 8. Time: 1:45. Umpires: McGloom and Brown. Saints, 8; Boosters, 4. St. Joseph, Mo., April 14. The Saints made it three straight from Des Moines today by taking the third of the series, 8 to 4. Brcen used three pitchers, but none were effective aamst the home club. Some clever fieldin by the Saints pulled Adams out of tight places while he was on the mound. Grovcr went to his relief in the sixth and pitched good ball for the remainder of the came. The score: - DES MOINES. ST. JUBM-B. An. It. u. A. TllTfM. s niimi. 3b KMan. So Milan. If (iraUam. lb Horn, rf Yon. V'smsr, cf Knot, o Blank. Tutor, p Cullop. p jGrant II Corrtdm. It 01 Pinner, rf 01 Bnnowlts. of 01 Defate. aa 01 McDonald. 3b 01 Nnfer. m 01 Kaudler. 0 1 Adsms, p 1 Urotef, p 01 Total! 37 14 IT T Totals 4a 19 91 lit xBatttd tor Taylor in eighth. Score by Innings: . Ts Moln 1 J 0 0 1 1 1 J UL Jossph 0 1 0 0 1 0 x I eummary Runs: Turgson (!). " Knox, Corrldsn, Bonowiu, McDonald (), Nufor, Kandler, Orovr. Errors: Tuna, Kandler. Runs and hits: Off Adams, I and 10 in I S-S timings: off Drover. 1 and I in I 1-S Innings; off Black, 7 and 10 la I 1-S Innings: off Taylor, 1 and S In 1 1-3 Innings. Earned runs: Des Moines, - : 8t. Joseph, 6. Base on balls: Off Adams. 2: off Orover, 1: off Black, 1. true kout: By Adams, 3; by Orover. 1; hy Black. 3; by Cullop, 1. Left on bases: Pea Moines, 11; St. Joseph. 7. Two-base hits: Turgeon, Corrldsn (2). Bonowlti (3), Knox. Tuna and Olson. Three-base hit: Kandler. Sacrifice hit: Adams. Pasred hall: Kandler. Umpires: Burnslde aid Flupatrlck. Packers, 8; Oilers, 4. " Tulsa, Okl., April 14. Sioux City hit Trentman and Albanez hard and timely today and won the third game of the series, 8 to 4. Tesar was in fine form, easing up in the ninth. JJlsh poled two triples and Stuart smashed out a trio of long, doubles. The score: siocx citt. AB. H. 0. A. At). H. V. A. TULSA. Hamilton, is 5 Robin Mm, rf Wen, cf 4 J S 3! Bennett, cf 5 1 S O 1 1 11 Stuart, If S 3 S Sill Davie, rf 5 8 0 0 t 0 OILellrelt. lb 3 3 13 1 3 S 11 Ramnan. 3b 3 13 3 0 4 41 Thompson. Sb 4 0 13 13!' McGtnnis. as 4 10 1 1 1 SI Snetlmen, a 3 13 0 0 Ol Trentman. p 3 0 1 R 5 lAlbanei,p 0 0 0 0 1 slxWIIts 110 0 flrifsbr. cf 0 Med. lb 4 Hen'iway, 3b 5 Man: 3b 4 -Qstargard. If 3 Both, e xQnery. 3 ' Teear, p 5 1 xxl'arKer - v Totals xBatted for Trentman In seventh. xxBatted for Albanea In ninth. "V " ' s hv Inn In era "Sioux City 5 0 0 0 1 0 ! 0 3 8 tuisi 001000034 ""Summarv Runs: Hamilton. Boblnson rt. Elan. (2). Met (2). Bennett. Stuart, . Spsllmen. Parker. .Errors: Basrnan, Thompson. Spellman. Two-base hits: . n i.iivlt. Met:. McQInnls - Thru-baaa hits: Elsh (2). Sacrifice hits: "Jtoblnson, Klsh, Mots, Ostergard (3) hall riff Trentman. 3: off Al ' hanez. 1: off Tesar, 4. Struck out: By iiK.n. : h-r Tesar. 6. Wild pitches: Tesar. Albanex. Hit oy pucneu Query, by Albanex. Passed ball: Spell r .ff nn ho- Sioux Cltv. 10: Tulsa. . Time: 3:00. Umpires: Holmes and , Ormsby. 1 Witches,' 8; Denver, 1. Wichita. Kan.. Aoril 14. Wichita took the third consecutive game of Vthe series from Denver here today, to 1. Maun neld the visitors to five hits. Five errors marred Den ver's playing. Score: 'u- DENVER. i WICHITA in x o.A.l AB. H. O. A. Dsnaber. If Jeaktn.. 3b Wrisht. 2b haaley. lb Koines, cf lnt. rf 'Pstterion Parker, o Moore. B . xgautll 4 0 3 2' (irtmn. cr 4 0 0 1' Bereer. as 5 0 3 3! Vi aahbum. lb 4 1 O1 Eait. rf 4 3 5 II Blakealer. If 3 0 3 0! Butler. 3b 4 0 1 ('McDowell. Ib 4 13 0! Haley. 0 4 0 0 l1 Maun, a 3 3 3 0 13 1 1 It 0 13 0 110 3 10 0 13 ISO 10 6 1 0 . Total. II 111 14 sin:? i TdUI. I Batted for Moor la ninth. Score by Innints Tenver . Wichita. 10 01 ....3 0 0 3 0 0 3 J 08 Summary Runs: Wright. Griffin. 'Wash- 1 burn, Butler :. Mann (3). Errors: Jen kins S. Parker t), Moore, Washburn. Sacrifice- hits: Griffin. Berxer. 'Washburn. McDowell. Two-base hits: Oomes, Griffin. Blakealer. Maun. Three-base bit: Gomes. Home run: Washburn. Double plays: Oomes to Parker; Danaher to Patterson to Shanley. Struck out: By Msun. 4: by Moore. 1. Bases on balls: Off Maun. 3; ft Moore, 1. Bases on balls: Off Maun. ' S: off Moore. S. Left on bases: Wichita. S: Denver. 3. Vmnfres: Anderson and ' DoBohue, Time; UU Boy, Page Mr. Dempsey lit Rioux, a Canadian lumberjack, It tha latest aspirant for Jack Vi title. At far at sis toes. Rioux would hava a chanct. for ndt 6 feet 4 1-2 inches and t protatiy will havt to go ntndation. Adams, Edwards Picked for Creighton Net Team Coach "Chuck" Moriarity,' Creigh ton track and tennis coach, has chosen a tennis team to represent the university on the courts this spring. 1 he members of the team arc: Bill Adams, runner-up for the cham pionship in the singles and doubles of the state tournament last year; Vernon Edwards, former junior city champion of Des Moines, and "Mike" Linahan. The coach made the selection with the proviso that each player is capable of defeating any student from the school who desires to play him. Adams superiority on the courts has gone unchallenged, but both Edwards and Linahan have received numerous defies. Central Track Meet Is Won by the Seniors The second annual indoor inter- class track meet of Omaha Tech High school was run off yesterday at the City auditorium, the seniors walking off with first place with a lead of 13 1-3 points out of a total of 43 1-3 points. Kline of the seniors was lugn in dividual point getter with 18 points, and Price, the dusky soph speed demonwas second with 11. The summary: Sfl-vard dash: Crawford, sophomore. first; Kline, senior, second; Taylor, soph omore, third. Time: 6:02. 100-yard dash: Kline, senior, first; Crawford, sophomore, second; Margolin, Junior, third. Time: 11:04. zzu-yara aasu: &nne, senior, ursi. Trotter, sophomore, second; Swenson, senior, third. Time: 29:04. 440-yard dash: Price, sophomore, first; Vance, Junior, second: Elliston. senior, third. Time: 68 seconds. 380-yard run: Price, sophomore, first; Trotter, sophomore, second: Greenberg, senior, third. Time: 2:26. Milo run: Yaegef, senior, first; Green berg. senior, second;' Wade, sophomore, third. Time: 6:1:01. Half-mile relay: Seniors, first; Sopho mores, second; Juniors, third. Time: 3:12. Shuttle relay: Freshmen, first; Seniors, second; Sophomores, third. Time: 49:02. High jump; West, freshman, first; Krasna and Almen, seniors, Margolin, Junior, second. S feet. 1 inch. 12-pound shot: Krasne, senior, first; Kline, senior, second; Uothard, senior, third. 43 feet, 11 Inches. 4 Giants Release Young Battery New York, April 14. The New York Nationals today announced the release of a young battery, Pitcher Perce Malone and Catcher Frank Samide, to the Waterbury team of the. Eastern league. Pitcher John Proctor has been returned to the Columbia South Carolina team of the South Atlantic league. The New York club retains an option on the services of Pitcher Malone. First Christians Beat Grace Indoor Ball Team In the final scheduled game of the indoor baseball league, at the "Y" last night, the First Christians de feated the Grace M. E., 20 to 9. The winner of last nighVs game is first in the league standing, with Grace and Hanscom Park tied for second. . . - Wedding at Home Plate Opens Baseball Season at Atlanta Atlanta, Ga., April 14. A wed ding at the home plate opened the baseball season in Atlanta. Gordon Flowers, claiming the local club manager's offer of $50 and two season tickets for any couple who would have the knot tied at the plate, led Mrs. Cora Cooper to the improvised altar just before Atlanta and Chat tanooga took the field for their opening Southern association game. The fans game them a demon stration fit for a home run king weight 240 pounds. But aside from and get himself hrit cUit ring and Linahan The first challenge match will be played about May 1. Only one match has been def initely scheduled for the hilltop racqueteers, an agreement with Ne braska having been reached to play a match at Omaha and a return match at Lincoln. The date has not been set. Flans for the western invasion, on which the team hoped to play Colo rado, Utah, Washington State, Ore gon and Southern California univer sities, have been abandoned. The "western institutions are un willing to guarantee the team enough to defray expenses, Moriarity said. Flans also have been virtually abandoned to send the team against Oklahoma university's, stars. Grand Island Is Ready to Train Twenty-Five Players Put Un der Contracts by State League Club. Grand Island, ' Neb., April 14. (Special.) Manager Eddie Roben of the Grand Island team of the state league, has signed 25 players, in cluding both semi-professional and professionals for a tryout. A number of these men are com ing for the tryout at their own ex pense and will remain until dismissed or attached to the club. According to the rules of the league, each club is allowed a per sonnel of IS players, which number must have been selected by the open in? date. This is declared a slight variance with a former rule of the' state league which allowed the man ager a period of 10 days or two weeks after the opening date in which to bring his men down to the limit. Following are those signed up: William J. Sedivie, Chicago; Tracy Lewis, Maitland, Mo.; L. L. Fitz gerald, St. Paul, Minn.; George R. Carey, Kirks ville, Mo.; John J. Hagerty, Denver, Colo.; Clarke Ear line, Ashtabula, O.; Elmer Hefke, Wichita, Kan.; Glen Warnstoff, Hamburg, la.; H. K. Schroeder, Garretson, S. D.; Rusty Fagan, Riv erton, Wyo.; L. O. Slevok, Omaha; (played with Sidney last year); R. C., McKinney, Mercer, Mo.; E. C. Madsen, St. Louis; Clarence Camp bell, Reeds, Mo;.; Fred Newton, Sparks, Kan.; Lee Jenkins, High land, Kan. William Menzie, Gilles pie, 111.; E. H. Hodges, Muskogee, Okl.; Olin . Warnstoff, Hamburg, la.; Carl Pritchard, Potter, Neb.; Joe Capps, Arcadia; Kan.; H. W. Isler, Bluffton, Ind.; D. W Scott, Mullen, Neb.; C. G. Roberts, Denver, and F. J. Scott, Omaha. t Bee Dope Sheet OFFICIAL 8COHE8 WEEK, ENDING 8ATUBDAY, APRIL IS. Western League. Mid. Tot Jl. T. W. Wt T. F. S. R. T. 1 2 V 4 S C -3 OMAHA .. .. Ml 10 Tulsa .. .. f Sioux City .... S Denver 1 Des Moinea . . 1 Wichita .. .. 10 St. Joseph . . . . 8 Okl. City .... 3 8 1 1 10 8 3 National League, Mid. Tot. M. T. W. WH. T. 3 4 4 S 3 8 1 4 S. R. Brooklyn .... 4 4 Phlladel 7 New York .... 3 Chicago .. .. 7 Boston . . . 1 St. Tilis . . 10 Cincinnati .. .. 3 Pittsburgh .... 1 7 3 7 1 10 8 1 American Imioc, Mid. Tot, M. T. W. Wk. . T. F. S. R. Detroit .... 4 4 3 St. Louis .. .. ' 3 3 4 Cleveland. ..... 7 7 Chicago .... 3 3 3 Boston .... 3 3 6 Wasta'Kon .... C 6 2 New Tork .... 5 S S Phlladel 3 3-3 .. .. American Association. Mid. Tot. M. T. W. Wk, T. F. S. R. T. 3 4 5 1 5 7 Kan. City Milwaukee .. Indian' alia .. Louisville .. Min'apolia .. Sit. Paul Toledo .. Columbus . . No same. Giants Hammer Al Mamaux Hard and Wiii, 10 to 2 Hitting of Hrinic Groh and Rattling It Dig Factor in New York' Victory Barnf i Is Steady. New York. April H.-The New York Nation.! knocked Al Mmux out of thf box early in today's game and easily defeated ISrooklyu, 10 to 2. The hilling of Groh and Rawlmgi va the largest Uctor in New York's victory. J. Barnes, New York's pitcher, weathered a stormy firt in ning and then pitched liijh-grade ball. The score: SOOKI.YV I MW VIK AMMO' AM. HO nilh as 4 1 1 nanrmn. St IIS J.rf,r,M". J 4 113' Kanlmaa, .H 4 T iirirmk. rf 4 S 3 I'lir.. ; S s 44 I 8 I I I II I 14 I 3 3 I I nseel. if ail ei inunt. ir a Vl.m.r 43 O ilruwl. If 4 a, anas-It, lk 41 I K.nr. Ib 3 III.. IB 3 13 3 amnnm. rr 4 lunrrrr. llungllnf. a Mamaul. p Nnulh l S a I I MntiW . I I J. Bin, p 4 I I I II ......... a I I Total 31 IS 3' It lis1 s s iH. tlnfnta Sunn, a T"UIS 3 S 34 1l xliaiied fur Kmiih In eighth, vera by Innlnts: ........ Brooklyn ... .1 Nw Vork H I I Summary Huns: lllih, T. Orlfflth. Tlsnrroft (31. Itawllnsa (1). Groh !. Kelley, Hnyder. J. Barn's (S). Krror: Iliah. Two. base hits: Oroh. Rawliiife. fhlnnsre. Threa-bssa hit; Orlfflth. Jtoms runs: Uanrroft. Bnyaer. rsrrmca mt: Wheat, Hawllngs. Younc. Kelly. Double rlav: Illa-h to Olaon to "rhmandt. Left on bases: New York. (; Brooklyn. 4. Basa on balls: Off Mamaux, 3; rlf hhrlver, I. Mrurk out: By Ksrnes, i. una: uu Mamaux. In 1 1-3 Innings: off Pmlth, I In t t-3 Innlnss: off Hhrlver, 1 In I In nlnr. lysine pitcher: Mamaux. Umpires: O'Uay and, JiarL Time: 1:41. Braves, 8; Phillies, 2. riiiladelphia. April 14. Boston btopped Philadelphia's winning streak today and took the tiurd game ot the scries. 6 to 2. Though a little wild at times, Rube Marquard was effective in pinches, and kept the locals eight hits well scattered. 1 He score: BOSTON'. PHILADELPHIA. AH. II. O.A.I AK. II. O A. Powell, cf 4 1 3 o: Kins. If .10 3 0 Kopf. as 3 3 3 0 ll.i.n. 3b 4 3 3 8 MnuthWlh. rf 3 1 0 01 le. rf 4 8 4 0 Mrhnlxn. If 0 0 0 01 Williams, cf 3 13 0 I'rulae. If 3 0 A Ol Mir. aa 4 113 0 lliwkel. :ib 3 13 0' nnriier. s 3 0 1 ' 4 Holke, lb 3 1 l'Parklnaun, 3b 3 10 1 Fnnl. 2b 3 0 8 31 llmline. 0 4 0 3 1 O'Nfil. o 4 17 0 Ulnart. p 0 0 0 1 Marquard. p 4 10 3 Winters, p 3 0 18 Totals M S 37 111 Totals 31 S 3714 Score by Innings: Boston 0 3 ! 1 0 08 Philadelphia 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 03 Summary Runs: Powell, Nicholson, Boeckel. Ford. O'Nell. Marquard, Rapp, Lee. Krrora: Welnert (2). Two-base hits: Boeckel. Ratio. Home run: Lee. Sacrl flee hits: Powell, Holke, Kord (2), Fletch er, Kopf. Double plays: Kord to Kopf to Holke; Holke to Kopf to Holke; Marquard to Ford to Holke. Left on bases: Boston. 7: Philadelphia. 6. H.iko on halls:' Off Marquard, 3: off Welnert, 4; off Wlntera, 1. 8tru-k out: By Welnert. 1; by Winters, 1; by Marquard, 3. Hits: Off Winert, 3 In 2 Innlna: off Winters. 5 In 7 innings. I'mplres: StcCormlck, Pflnnan and Rlglcr. Time: 3:10. Losing- pitcher: Welnert. Coast Players Grow Whiskers Sacramento, Cal April 14. In keeping with the spirit of '49, all members of the Sacramento base ball team, from Manager Charley Pick to the utility brigade, today agreed to grow whiskers, provided William H. McCarthy, president of the Pacific Coast league, will . per mit it. The movement started with Oscar Stanace. who argued that in view of the Days of '49 celebration to be held in Sacramento next May, it would be proper for the Sacramento ball club to grow whiskers and look like '49ers. The days of '49 committee, hear ing of the plan, has decided to make a contest of the whisker growing and has offered a list of prizes for players growing the best set of facial foliage. A telegram has been sent to Presi dent McCarthy, in San Francisco, asking .for a whisker ruling. Pend ing the ruling Sacramento players will boycott the barbers. No World's Net Champion This Year Without Tilden There will be no world's tennis champion this year, now that the United States Lawn Tennis associa tion has decided not to send Wil liam T. Tilden II to Wimbledon. It is a peculiar situation which the American organization has cre ated by its steadfast refusal to recog nize thr Wimbledon champion as the world's-best. Because when an American won the British title the U. S. L. T. A. "could not consistent ly call him a world's champion either. although the British did. Ihe Ameri can association insisted that he was merely the American champion and champion of tjigland. There will be a new British cham pion this year, but he will hardly be world's champion without meeting and defeating Tilden. Hail Stops Bowlers. Hamilton, O., April 14. Bowling games, halted by the weather, was the unusual experience at the Y. M. C. A. alleys here last night when the Butler county bowling tournament was in session. Huge hail stones, some an inch in diameter, blew in through the windows of the bowling alleys, covering the runways with ice. Games had to be suspended while the alleys were cleaned. Today in Ring History One Hundred Twenty-Seven Years Ago. John Jackson beat Dan Mendoza, tare knuckles, nine rounds. Thirty-Seven Years Ago. Jack McAuliffe, at New York, beat John Sperry In three rounds. Harry White In five rounds and Ed Wagner In 'three rounds. Twenty Years Ago. Dal Hawkins knocked out by Perry Queenan, Seattle. Wash., 14 rounds. Twenty-One Years Ago. Dan Creedon knocked out Jimmy Hand ler, Memphie. one round. Nine Years Ago. Aba Attell against Benny Kaufman. At lanta, tia., bout stopped and declared 'no fight." George Knockout Brown agilnst Billy Grupp, no decision. New York, 10 rounds. Fire Years Ago. Joe Burmnn won from Young Pope, Chl csjro. tour rounds. Harry Greb against Zulu Kid, no deci sion, Pittsburgh, six round BayeBallResults ea Standing AMr-KU IV A04 1 ITIOM, aiaa4iaf a, w. U rwi w. . r-i kaeaes " I a au B pai4 I bu-xtt-.. I I eao 1 ilii 0 j .u ttHtimb t A SM U.iMllL a I ,m-i IMieMprlif I I , Muaaaaaa I Yaatfraa) 'a Hasxtll. Na ame tram I, Taaas't Ctaara, Ksaaea t'ny at Telr.t.i. Uiloauke at Columbus. I'aul at IttuUnatMilia. Minnplia at l-uiavuie. biaaaiaia. W. wirt.ua 3 . iwai I ,ti i it if Dais. I ll I I wm Oaeaa .iti .in Jo" Twus I ,: lb Mates I .Mil Ifcaier .flora)'! Keeulls. UkUheni t ll. 71 Oaiaha. t. i. hll.. , lin.r. I Hiu t'llv, ; Tula. 4. M. Joeiih. 3; e Moines, 4, Tda)'s Cam. , Omaha nl Oklahoma til, lienor at ttt.hiu, binus "ny al Tula. I fa Moiitea al hi. Jiepfc, AMKKItMtt LKAfal E. "landing a. I. 1M I lonesew Tors l" I I "1 HnalMI J I .("I'lMralt f MaahittfltMtt I lBiia4tHia V at ..I.. Philadelphia. : Hoalon. t. Hi. Iula al Chicago (rami. iMIrult at OevHand train). New Vork at Waahingtnn (rain). Today'a lumrt. Ml. T.ouia ai Chicago. Iietroll at Cleveland. New roik at Washington. I'hllsilelphia at Uoaion. ' ATIONAI. i.r..c I e. Maadltua. w, ft. Louie 1 I1l,.. w I Prt l w. . a I.pk)I Rmnalra I t l.nenl Hnun I 3 I .MJI-uuburrt a 3 1 .447 t'lnrlnnall a .3.13 ..1VI .Hot .001 l-hllatMieila 3 rtw lor i leelerday' Keeulls. Ilnslon. ; Philadelphia. I. New York. 10; Brooklyn, 1. Pltiahurfh at Si. Louis (rain). Chicago at Cincinnati train). Today's damr. Hoslon at Philadelphia. Hrooklyn at New York. I'ltlsburgh al Ht. LouU. Chicago at Cincinnati. Baseball Records Made This flal Aprll IS. Anrll 1R Isna'CA a... ......i In game of 13 Innings Nsw York against Hrooklvn V 1 v. w.i- J . - .... ..... - aw.ia Huuifiu made only one aaslst. April is. ijosno Mt tame U Ames, New York against Brooklyn tN. L.). open- inS AmV git iMun . n. Hll.h.J i ." ,. nine innings. .Ntw York lost In thirteenth In- IIHIK. Anrll 13 1 0 1 V hi, - , juard, New York against Brooklyn (.V. Poor Mr Kvertone knows (.Ink Fowler com menred kissing tha canvas long befora the Dead Hen took sick. The piiblio took ilnk for a ham Just becauae he was Swift. Ha thought Daylight Savings was a bank. Your until tha parlor store does s cadenza. '"KID" RCIfl.AirER. Tha Flushing Kibitzer. THIS was the opening day of the Roughtown baseball stuff. Pco 1 . T .J I f . kic gaincicu irom jar anu near. Far Rockaway and near beer. Nobodv knew what ir all about, but they were glad it wasn't twins. Kink Foler blew rh whistle that started the season and called the cops at the same time. When the mayor of Roughtown was given the ball to throw out, he took it on the lamm. Six thou sand infuriated Boy Scouts stepped off after him, but couldn't drag him away from the trophy. With the hasehalf missing- it was decided to play the season out with Dats aione. When the gong rang for the grand opening of Roughtown's na tional game, the West Horrors had three men on base. Nobody knew how they got here. Gink was um piring to the best of his ability, but he never knew how to handle a situation. He lost more situations than a fresh office boy. . The Roughtown pitcher picked up an official bat and threw it in a nasty manner. It was an out shoot. He was very wild and the first batter took his base on bats. Then an infield bat was knocked at the catcher, who. fumbled it. The Roughtown outfield caught a high bat that almost went over Gink's dome. It was the first time that' a game had ever been played with bats alone. History was being cooked up. At this stylish moment, Rough town was a bag of bats to the bad. The faithful fans each grabbed themselves a bludgeon and went out to save the biscuits. They attracted Gink's attention by tapping politely on his skull. Gink strolled off to rescue Stanley in darkest Africa. One nimble addict autographed ninU'a eve with 10 cents worth of lumber and Gink handed him back a testimonial cobblestone. The season was opened. Lincoln High Baseball Team Defeats Greenwood Lincoln, April 14. Lincoln High school baseball team defeated Greenwood nine 'at Lincoln Friday afternoon in a long drawn out game, 16 to 11. Lincoln poled out 18 hits while Greenwood found the pellet for 14. Errors marred the game, Lincoln boys committing 9 and Greenwood 11. Sate or Out Q. If the umpire unintentionally Inter feres with the catcher, cauaing him to throw wild, must the base runner bs sent back to where he started from? A. Yes. nlwaya. y. What happens about calling time when a player is put out of the game? A. Time is called automatically when a player is put oat of the game. Q. Batsman In trying for third strike gets in way of ball. What is the ruling? A. He is oot. Q. Can a pitcher make a balk if he is not standing on the pitcher's plate? A. Yea. Q. Does the umpire always call "game" after the contest Is ended? A. If thry do, few hear it. Don't argee orrr baseball derisions or records. .Write the Sports Editor, enclosing stamped self -ad dressed en velope. , Red Sox Lose on Infield Errors Athletici Win, 8 to 3-IU.ii toi PUy in HcmainJcr of Circuit. Boston. April If Infield errors by ilotton enabled Philadelphia to pile up e.rly tuns mi 4 win. 8 Id 2, today. Jiommcl hit hard at time, but hit support was exceptionally good, core: rHiuuiTHu I twaitiv ah. h ml . h o a Ts. lb 4 I ". it ill: 4 11 JukMlas. k t r tsaisw, f t !. S Miitw. If 4 t'wtiM a I tM Sb i i.aii"e. M 1 K-auMl. 1 I ii awn. a, r,aii ; Mairu. If ' dur.a I iHja.n Sk n S-nia M 4 Rxi.s s ut a - rwaufw I II a Tul 31 f It 14 w inw irnliMina, s jit'oMar I Totals M lllll (Palled for KergueoB In eevenih,. lllelKd far rullerion In Dltllh. arere by Inninlst Fhlisdslphia t I I I Boston t H II I I t-l Summary nunsi Johnston ID. rerkina. ISkea. Usllowsy 111. Hnmmel, llsrria, U'Rnurka. Krrors: Isykre, I'usan o Rnurke. Two-bsas hits' Hums, f. Walker. Tbrsa-hsss blla; Wetrh. Harris. Harrifira bit: Itommel. 1'ouhie ptsys: Vouna to tialloway to Jobnaton: (lalln. way la l'ouni lo Johnston: lluel to Trait, lft an baaas: rhilsdelphla, t: Itoslon. t riaae on ball: off Hummel. I: oft Myers. 1: off Ketcuaon. I: off Kullerlnn. I, UlriKk out! By Knmmel, I: by lvrs. I: by Verauson. I: by Kullerlan. t. Hits: Off Myers. 4 In I t-l Innings: off Fergu son. I In S l-S Innings: off rullerion, a In I igninsa. lilt by plirned bsll: O Hourke, by Hommel. Losing pitcher: Myers. I'm plresi Wslah, Connolly, Wilson. Timet 110. Faster Track for Central Runners Coach Schmidt of Central high will give his cinder path athletes a reg ular workout on the Creighton field this afternoon, The Central high men will try out for speed in the dashes and distance events and also for height in the high jump. Coach Schmidt gave his men one of the hardest workouts of the year yesterday, giving them extensive training in the starting and dash work. He also had the first tryouts tor the pole vault. 1'ooe and Marrow were the most promising men in this line. Johnnie Day, one of Central's best half-milers, was out yesterday for the first time during the season. He is in good condition, however, and expects to be in the meet tomorrow. There is considerable rumor that Coach Schmidt will take his relay team to Drake university to witness the track meet there on April 28, and may even enter the Purple and White squad. As yet lie retuses to make any statement regarding this. Al Krug State Singles Champion Al Krug, veteran Oir.aha bowler, staged a "comeback" act at the Omaha alleys Thursday night when he bowled a 646 score, the highest in dividual score rolled in the seventh annual Nebraska state bowling tournament which closed last night. Besides winning the singles championship of the state tourna ment, Krug scored a 1,742 total in the all-events, placing him seventh in this division. Jimmy Jarosh and M. Dolphin tied for second place in the singles with total game scores of 629'. Ja rosh rolled into a tie for second place last night when he counted games of 219, 187 and 223. F. Simodynes of Wahoo and W. Barron of Omaha tied fo r third place in the singles with total game scores of 624. The Sciple brothers, Ralph and Kenneth, retained their state doub les' championship honors when they rolled 1,260. The Sciple brothers won the doubles' title last year with a score of 1,231. Wanta Job ? Logan Is After Sparring Partner Wanted Someone who ,can ab sorb punishment. Apply in person at the Orpheum gymnasium this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. No refer ences required. "Bud" Logan, popular Omaha wel terweight, who is matched with Dave Shade for a ten-round bout here next Tuesday, is the person who is looking for a wallop absorber. ine local weiterweigni works out every afternoon with the little fel- lows, but thus far has been unable to find anyone who can stand up in a ring and take a flock of honest-to-goodness wallops. Golf Facts Worth Knowing Q. Does the rule for match play, which provides that a player shall lose the hole If he or his caddie move his opponent's ball while it Is in play, apply while look ing for a lost ball? i A. No. there Is no penalty for' moving the opponent's bail, supposing it is done accidentally, of course. The ball must be replaced. , Q. Can a flight of steps or a ladder In a sand trap be moved without penalty if a ball rolls under it? A. Yes. If the hall Is accidentally moved In doing so, it Is replaced without penalty. Q. Does a ball have to be played from where it lies, when it stops in a pile of grass dumped near a green by the green keeper ? A. fio, it can be lifted and dropped, not- nearer the hole. Q. What is the rule In a rasa where player, eay for Instance, playing out of high grass, mistakes a ball that hsd pre viously been lost there for his own, and does not diacover his mistake until he has holed out? A. Ha loses tha hole in match play. It he takes two strokes or more with the wrong ball. In medal play ho Is disquali fied. Q. What is the rule with reference to a player's practicing on a course before a tournament in which ha expects to play? A. There Is no restriction except on the day of the start of the tournament. No play on or on to any green of the regular coarse is permitted on that day before the start of the tournament by any entry on penalty of disqualification. If golf rulea pnssle yoo. write the o-ports Editor, enclosing stamped re tain envelop. Copyright 1K2.) "Pop" Anson, Prominent Baseball Figure, Dies After Brief Illness Clii igo, April M. Adrian C. Au stin, I'tr more tnan a lull a century one of tha notable figure of l'ie. ball, died today at M. Lukes ho.. Hal alter a week a illness and Just two dayi before bit "Olh birthday, The death of Top" Aiin. a he was called by the thoutaudi of tae ball Mloweit who hava known nun a one ol the legendary lieroet of Ihe national sport, came suddenly afier it n believed that he was well on the way to recovery follow, it'g an operation performed last Monday. He had been 'stricken on the street Sunday. Mr. Aiuon's death lias placed the port-loving world in mourning, for Top" not only wa beloved by every person interested in baseball, but was admired (or his nianliiien and squareness by all true sports, men. His ability on the diamond where he was looked on by old. timers as the greatest of firu hue- men, brought him admiration for his great skill and physical prowett. while his sportsmanship brought him the respect ot atl. "Pod" was an outdoors lover un to the day he was stricken, turning to golf when he no longer could handle a baseball. His couiiuriuent in the hospital was very irksome and each day he would impatiently ask his doctor: "When do I go home, doc?" , Ho always followed this with an uBerg Suits Me" An Admirable Appearance For Easter CAN easily be attained at this store, where you will find the choicest collection of clothes fabrics and patterns, and the prices are the lowest. SUITS $20 $22.50 $25 Two Trouser Suits $27.50 Gaberdine Coats $18 to $35 i. Kuppenheimer Clothes $35 and up Men's Furnishings Manhattan Shirts $2.50 to $6.00 Vassar and Superior Underwear $1.00 to $5.00 Pajamas $2.00 to $7.50 Interwoven Hose 40c to $2.00 Neckwear 75c to $3.00 Lion Collars Van 1415 Farnam St. insistent request thai he le peiimt iel to gi) home for h biithiUy Monday ami wa greatly t limed on tb ot cation when he was told this might be poaililo Mr. Aiuoii recently became man. ager of a new guti club, "Strangler" Lewis Beats Earl Caddock Wichita. Kan, April 14. Ed (Strangler) l.awio, world's champion wresllrr, niece ssiully ildnnlcd his title here tn niht by throwing Fail I'addock of low, two falls out of Ihrre. Caddock took the tiM tall in If minute with a hejd scissors; Lewis took the second with a series of deadlock in ii minutes, and the third in 8 niimiies with a deadlock. Km Leave Home Town to Join Semi-Pro Club Pari. Ten.. Anril 14. Dick Kerr. star southpaw of the Chicago White box, who lias declined to sign a mnirai't this vear owincr to dis agreement over salary terms, has telt here for Chicago, to join Ihe Citv Hall chili, a scmi-prolcsslonal or ganization. Kerr said he would be glad to get liarlf in In the White Sox liueun when his salary expectations are met. Top Coats $15 to $40 HATS Revealing the latest fashion ideas for spring. In style and quality and material the best selection we have offered in years at THIS LOW PRICE, $2 to $10 CAPS, $1.00 and up Stetson, Berg, Mallory Hats Heusen Collars Mi 1 u