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THE BEE: OMAHA. SATURDAY. APRIL 29. 1922.
Oklahoma City Trims Omaha in First Game of Season on Local Lot Allen Hurls Indians to 10 to 6 Victorv 0 Okrie Starts for Uuff-Ior, but C,tt Way to 'Mutt' ViUon in Initial Inning CiMa on Stan With Willow. Opening lacbal name mean lit tle in llit lne o( the Omaha Bui llo. meiiiav. In mile of llie fact that Im lionor Mivor Dahlman an J .lifr prominent ieroni were In at- I tendance, the Hut- (aloe loot the tirt content of the lo cal, season when ihc Oklahoma City I u lia n romped all over Prank Okrie in the initial in n in i; of the game and icorca nine run, enough to win the affair, 10 to 6. On April 12. town in Oklahoma , t .1. ii.i O. y . III). IIUI- Crttf. a,i-, uti Skim lost to the ItutTaloes. 10 to 3. How ever, yesterday it v. a dilTcretit. It was hard blow, faux, because it was the first opening game in Omaha that the club has dropped in many seasons. Indiana on Warpath, The Indians went on the warpath at the very start, and nicked Okrie for three runs, a pair of hits and two i kJ base on balls before be Hashed the S. O. S. to Barney Durch. During the short time Okrie held the mound, the southerners had lots of fun running the bags. Pitt was the first man to face the Buffaloes, and he gently smacked the ball on the nose for a single. Lasalie up and singled through short and Pitt moved up a sack. .Middlcton smack ed out a fielder's choice and Pitt was tiahhed a third. ' Hates strolled to the plate and Okrie let go of a wild one which ' connected with the Indian's hack. This little accident filled the bags and then "Mike" Masscy, t former Omahan, drew a base on balls, forc ing in a run. Ralph llcatley also was handed free transportation and forced in Middlcton. . Tate Hit by Pitched Ball " Tate was hit by a pitched ball and another Indian in the form of Bates trotted across the rubber. At this stage of the game Okrie was given the high sign and out trotted "Mutt" Wilson, tall, lanky right-hander. Long was the first visitor to face "Mutt',' and he celebrated the occa sion by sending a single to center, 'scoring Masscy, Koy Allen; came with a one-base blow to center gar den and two more Indians came home. Titt then cne to bat for the second time in one ,. inning., - He knocked a Texas leaguer to -deep center, the ball rolling through Ma , nush's hands. While all this was go ing On Pitt was circling the bags for a run. ;.. .' . The following-two , Indians were ' easy outs and the agony ended. In the fourth this same Mr. Pitt got a life on Wileox's error, went to second when Lasalie played the big brother act. scoring on Middle ton's single to deep right. ' Allen on Mound. Roy Allen was on the mound for the Oklahoma City club and hurled dandy ball throughout the nine stan zas. He was in tight places several times, but each time pulled his team mates out of the -fire without much damage being done by the Buffaloes. He allowed the locals 11 hits, of which one was a triple in the fifth hy Griffin and one a double in the fourth by Gislason. After the Indians had scored their quota of runs in the first frame", the Buffaloes chalked up a tally in the third, when Gislason tripled and scored on Lee's single. The fourth inning was good for two more runs when Lingle, after two down, singled to left. Wilson walked and both scored on Gislason's double to right. Manush. started the fireworks for " the locals in the fifth when he sin gle 1 through the box. Griffin tripled and Manush .romped across the plate. "Pug" registered his only irun when Grantham grounded out to Tates. ., . Manush Scores. V Omaha started another rally iii the seventh when Manush forced Lee at second. The latter took the second station himself when Griffin collect ed his second hit of the game, a sin gle. Grantham then walked and Wil cox scored Manush with a single to left. , Spectacular catches by Gislason, Lee, Pitt and Middleton featured the opening game of the local season. N Booster Win at Home. ' Des Moines. April IS: Before an opan Init lUy crowd of 1.S09 persons. Dee Moines defeated St. Joseph this afternoon by the " score of 7 to 4. Six home runs figured prominently In the run melting. Lynch hurled e steady game for Des Moines, while McColl was unsteady, his team mates making seven errors. Governor Kendall of Iowa pitched the flrt hall. Score: 8T. JOSV.. DKS M0IXE8. All. H.U. A.I AB. H.O.A. flmrsr. lb .1 o ' Mllin. If 4 S 1 0 'rtrTio. If Flsber. rf Kenoetti. cf '"Tiefste. UcDonslrlSk Nulee. Ih IS sndler. 0 Mrt'oll. p Helreth SrsbonU 111 Grant, ob s I 0 2 I Horse, ef 1 1 4 4 I 1 A r.ranam. lb 4 1 S 4eo Hirn.'i 3311 4 15 ! Turireon. a 4 S 5 9 S si Tnna. rf . 4 1 S 0 S 0 4 S! Banner, e V S 1 1 S 1 4! ijTK-b. p 4 0 0 1 i e 0 oi 1 0 01 Totali 31 I S7 It Trtall SS 1J , , ,k Batted fnr Handler In ninth. Baited for McColl In ninth. Score hy Innings je;. Joseph ...1 HM II! 04 rea Moines - - - - - - , Summary Runs: Corridon. Fisher (I) .t.n ,u uii.n Arsnt 12). Koran. Ora ,,i : i g i i i x ham. Tuna. Banner. Errors: Defste. Nufer Kandler. McColl. Tuna tl). Home runs: Fisher fS). Oraham. Horan. Tuna, t orrtdon. Three-base hit: McDonald. Two base hits: Milan. Wagner. McColl. Sacrl i.. nr.m Horan. Stolen base: Tur- t'.f. on bases: St. Joseph. S; Pes Mo'nee. J. Struck out: By Lynch. : by JlrColl. 3. Base on balls: Off Lynch, t: off McColl. . Earned runs: Pee Moines, 4' PouMe plays: Pefate-Xufer-Orover :. McCclI-Ksnrtler-Orover. McDonald - Nufer Grover. empires: Donahue and Anderson. rarkera Pefi Oflere. Sinn ("itv. Arril SS. Bunched hits with bases en bail" wave Rtoux City a 4 to 2 1 4 in 2 Innings: off Ssllshury. 2 In 5 In virtor vover Tulsa In the opening game nines; off Blunk. 3 In I innings. Lm of the TacUi-re' hnif season here today. !pir": Fitipatrick ana Burns. Time: Teomr As strung 4a the pinches anil sa l.S, . Following in Dad's Footsteps mm Far from discou raiting his son do, George Mogrirde, Washington to be a miner. Wedge Says Love for His Family Sends Him to Arizona, Not T. B.' Cambridge, Mass., April 28. His wife and son are drawing Frederick R. "Kid"' Wedge back to his be loved Arizona, and not the ravages of tuberculosis, lie said today, as he packed his clothes for his trip home. The former pugilist and lumberjack said that he had been discharged fiom a hospital after a week's con finement. He will leave for Arizona tomorrow. "It is my wife and my-little son that are calling mc home," he i-aid. "I long for both of them, and I find that I cannot stay on here and make the fight alone. The life of a bache lor Bets on my nerves, and the changeable New England climate has added to my troubles. Harding to Compete m Golf Tournament . . - President Makea Application to Play in Newspaper Men'a Tournament. . ' Oman Bee Learned Wire. .Washington. April 27. Three $1 bills fell from a White House envelope- today when it was opened by lames D. t'reston, superintend ent of the press gallery of ' the United Mates senate. The sum con stituted the dues of President War ren G. Harding for three years in the Washington newspaper golf club. The president will play in the tournament May'Zo, hoping to beat many younger men. :. Enclosed with the, money was the executive's application for member ship, written by his own hand, on a mimeographed application blank. Hawaii May Default. ' First Round of Net Meet Honolulu, April 27. Hawaii prob ably will default in the first round o! the Davis cup matches, President dent Castle of the Hawaiian Tennis association, said today, because of the insistence of the national asso ciation that the Hawaiians play the Czecho-Slovakia team at the Prague. The decision to default has not yet been reacjied and will be considered at a meeting soon, but Castle said it would be impossible for the Ha waiians to go to Prague. given good support, by his teammates. Score: TULSA. I SIOUX CITY. AU.H. O.A.I AD. H.O.A. Bennett. If , S I 1 u'lliDiilton. s Sill Stusrt. !b 9 14 SIHeminsw'y. 3b 4 11S 110 0 14 0 0 11 4 10 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 8 1 0 0 S Dsns, rf 4 0 1 HKleh. cf Unveil, lb S 1 11 II Men, lb Lamb, cf till Oitergsrd. rf Robtson. If Palmer. 2b Mirr. Sb Query, o Tesar, p Thompson, Jli 1 1 I ! McGinnis. II 4 2 1 1 Crosby, o 3 14 1 Boehler, p s w "Baumao 1 0 0 0 Totals S4 8 24 141 Totl 28 8 27 11 Batted for Boehler In ninth. Sccre by Innings: ' " Tulsa 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 Sioux City ...0 0 8 0 0 1 0 0 x Summary Runs: Bennett, Lamb, Elsh, Mets, Ostergard, Robinson. Error: Hem ingway. Two-base hita: McGinnis 2), Crosby, Bennett, Robinson. Sacrifice hit: Marr. Stolen baaea: Elsh, Robinson, Oster gard. Hamilton. Double plays: uoenter- Stuart-Lelivelt, Hamilton - Met. Marr- Hemlngway-Metc Left on bases: Tulsa. 18; Sioux City. 10. Base on balls: Off Boehler, 6; off Tesar, 6. Struck out: By Boehler. 4: by Tesar, S. Wild pitch: Tesar. Passed ball: Query. Earned runs: Tulsa. : Sioux City, 4. Umpires: Ormsby and Holmes. Time: 1:50. Witches Troonce Bears. Denver. April 28. Wichita celebrated the opening of the Western league season here today by defeating Denver. 4 to 1. Gregory was"ln the box for the visitors and pitched an airtight gsme. four hita being the total made oft his delivery. Beedle started for Denver, but was taken out In the second with the bases full. Salisbury, who was sent In. held Wichita sooreiess In that round. Timely hitting by Wichita, coupled with errors and bases on balls on Denver's part, won the game for last year's Western league champions. Score: WICHITA. I DENVER. AH. H.O.A. iB. H.O.A. Cenlsn, cf 4 S 1 O Windle. If 4 0 S 0 Berter. as 4 i 1 3 Wright. 2b 4 0 S S WKhburn. lb 4 2 14 OHws. rf 4 10 0 East, rf S 0 3 0 Gomes, cf 4 1 ! Rlakeslar. If 4 0 0 n H.nl.r. lb 4 18 1 Butler. Sb 3 11 3'Pstterson. 3b 4 1 t S McDowell. A 4 t 1 llColtrln, as 4 0 3 J Hsley. e , 4 J 8 K Srencer. o 15! Gregory.! 4 0 0 6 Beedle. P 0 0 0 J :8.llbury. p S 0 0 1 Totals . 54 27 W nunn 1 0 0 0 I Blunt, p 0 0 10 1 Totals . SS 27 14 Batted for Salisbury in seventh. Score by Innings: , Wichita 0 0 2 0 0 1 14 Denver 0 0 1 0 0 t Summary Runs: Conlan. Berger. Wash burn. Haley. Henley. Errors: Butler, Mc rnwcll. Coltrin (!. Spencer. Beedle. Two base hits: Patterson. Waehburn. Gomes. Three-base hit: Berger. Sacrifice hit: Con lan. Passed ball: Spencer. Struck out: By Beedle. 1: by Salisbury. 4: by Gregory. - Bsse on balls: Off Beedle. !. Double i play: Pstterson-Shanley. Hits: Off Beedle. Illy I'aciflo A Allsnllc) frgm following his line, as most fathers Senator pitcher, is training George, jr., "I hope to come back in the fall, build a nest for my little family and continue' my studies. In the mean time my plans are uncertain." During the war Wedge was forced to give up his work as boxing in structor at Camp Grant because he had contracted tuberculosis. Dean Percy W. Holmes of the Harvard graduate school today had high words of praise for Wedge and said he hoped that he would enroll again next fall. . Wedge arrived in Cambridge last winter, haviug beaten his way from the west, to enter graduate school. After long consideration the Harvard authorities admitted the former pugilist. Legendre Winner of Penn Relay Pentathlon Georgetown University Athlete Places First in Three Events at: Big Carnival. Philadelphia, April 8. Robert Le gendre of Georgetown university won the University of Pennsylvania relay carnival pentathlon contest here this afternoon from a high-class field of all-around athletes. The Georgetown star scored a minimum of eight points, with Rciuartz of Muhlenberg college second with 17 points. Charles West of vWashing ton and Jefferson college: was third with 18 points. '; . Legendre won three firsts, the broad jump, javelin throw and 200 meter sprint He was second in the discuss throw and third in the 1,500 meter run. . . - ; . Legendre, in winning today., scored his third victory in this allaround event, having won previously in-1919 and .1921. This performance tics the record of J. H. Berry, the famous University of Pennsylvania "athlete, who won in 1915. 4916 and 1917. The score of the .athletes to finish follow: Legendre, Georgetown. 8: Retnartz, Muhlenberg. 7; West. Washington and Jefferson. 18: Emery. Princeton. 21: Clapp. Navy, 24: Moroney, Georgetown, 24. Change in Amateur Schedule Is Made A change in the amateur baseball schedule for Sunday is announced by Secretary Isaacson of the Muny Baseball association.. The original schedule called for. a game between the South Omaha Merchants and Woodmen oFWorld at Miller park, 3:30 p. m., and a game between the Walter G. Clarks and Twenty-fourth and Lake Street Merchants at Foit Omaha at 1 :30 p. m. - The game should be reversed, with the Woodmen and South Siders playing the early game at Fort Omaha, and the two other team3 playing at Miller park at 3:30. Silver Urn Captures English Turf Classic Newmarket, England, April 28. (By A. P.) The classic 1,000 guineas stakes, run here today, was won by B. W. Parr's Silver Urn, by Jugger naut, out of Queen Silver. Sir Edward Hullon's Soubriquet was second and Marshall Field's Golden orn third. Twenty horses ran. Mysia, ridden by the American jockey, Archibald, was unplaced. The betting on Silver Urn was 10 to 1 against, on Soubriquet 100 to 12 against, and on Golden Corn 7 to 4 against. Golf Ikcte Q. Is It imperative under the rules lo drop a ball over the shoulder, when it hss been lifted for any reason? A. Yew, where the rule provide that ball be dropped, the player himself mast drop It, over bis shoulder, while standing so that he faces the hole. Q. A road crosses the fairway of one of the holes on our course. In a recent match my opponent's bail stopped In the road, but before ho reached it the wheel of an automobile knocked It out on the fairway. He insisted on playing It from where It lay on the fairway. Was he right? A. No, the ball should have been dropped as near as possible to where) It was when the automobile struck it. Q. Who was the first American-born player to win the V. S. Open champion shin? ,ln whst year did he win? A. ). 4. Mrnermott at the Chicago boll club In 1911. f Reds Bunch Hits in Two Inninss and Beat Pirates Three Hits and One Error Result in Three Hum for Cincinnati in Third Frame, I'ituburgh, April 28. Cincwmli hunched hilt or) Carlson in two in inngs today and the Kcds defeatrd I'ni.liurgh, 5 to J. Three hits and an enter req1td in three Cincinnati runs in the third inning. hile two more were scored in the sixth on two hits and a acritirc. Score: nuu.ie i riTTauiai.it num. rt a t e m..iw. m UsvUrtt. Ik Mtt. If ll.ur. if I M I'lull. R W infi. t'eerfc. k To(l a 111 e rr m w SlfO Ml.UM If a a n III TmMr. So Silt M..k., r I I Iirln.Nl, Ik t 9 a. e 4 S 4 i-.ii-. p ,4ieT 31 I ST IT p t l"Hariltft 1 'WlMlr. a I Totals n.if.4 Partsan In Bislh. St II IT IS Hailed for YellowborM In eighth. nrr hy Innings: ........ . . Clnemnail MMItll I I'Htsbuigii k a i i a t a nummary--mine? paunerf. minran. liar. . 9i. I'an-lu. Tretnur. Mnaan Orlmm. Krrore: 4'avenf. Wingo. I:n. Te-I" l.na: I'lnelll, Maranville. High, Moksn. Thre..e tills: faveny, Mokan, Trarnor. Hiln bases: Burns and Bin-Ill. Sacrifice tills: Caveny end Wlngn. Double pla: Carlson.Traynor.Orlmm. Clrlmm-ICns. I-eft on bases: Cincinnati. 1: Blllahurgll. II. Base on belle: lift Couch, t: off Carlson. I: off Wheeler .J. Struck out: By Couch, ! br Carlson. S. TIHa: Off Carlson, I In S Innings: off Tsllowhoreo. I In t Innlngsj off Wheeler. 1 In 1 Inning. Winning pitch er: Couch. Losing pltrherl Carlson. Um pires: Kisler. McCormtck and Pflrman. Time: 1:4. rkllllee VTalte Dodgers. Brooklyn. April It The Phillies halted Crimea nut of the box today and heat Brooklyn, 1 to T. Grimes wee hum liter. d for U bug In I l-J Innings, afler h!ch alammaus nd Oordonler beld'lhe vlsliore runless. Ilubhell wag effective until the seventh, after which Ihe Dodgers railed and made seven runs off 11 bits. Score: rniLADF.i.pi". BnooK'.T AH. A.' r. n. B.PP. Sh 4 I I linifh. as I I I Kins. If l Jonnnnn.se a W lker. ff I 1 T. Ilrlffllh. rf Wlliums. ef S 4 a firiffiih. rf Parklnim. kill Whest. If t Fletcher, " I 1 I Miers. ef WV'tOMir. et S t I 4 Nels. ef iMlle. lb 4 ll VSchieandt. lb nenllne. e 4 1 '.OI.n. 5b llilhlielt. p 4 I ' Miller. O Uhminetu t f.rlnies. p 1 Mammsur. p totals 5S 15 ST 1'OM.mler. p I'-Pn !"hutuer I Totals 41 It 27 13 Rnn for Fletcher In fourth. Bstted for Msmmanx In seventh. Rntted for Gnrdonier In ninth. Score by Innings: Philadelphia M ! I I I 010 Brooklyn M I I M I I-I Summary Runs: Rapp (3. King. Park. Inson, Leslie. Henllne. Hubbell (2). I-ebniir. veau . High. Johnston. B. Griffith. Schmandt. Olson. Miller. Poat. Errors: Olson. Two-baae hita: Rapp. King (21. Leslie. Hubbell. Three-base hits: T. Grlf flth. Schmsndt. Home run: King. Stolen base: Wrlghtatone. Sacrifice hit: Leslie. Donble play: Klng-Lele-Huhbell. Left on bases: rtillsdelphla, J; Brooklyn. . Base on balls: Off Grimes. 1: off Mammsui. 1: off Oordonler, 1; off Hubbell, 1. Struck nut: By Grimes. 2; by Mammaur. lj by Gnrdonier. !. Hits: OfC Grimes. 13 In 5 1-8 Innings: off Mammaux. 1 In 1 2-3 Innings: off Oordonler. 1 In J-Innings. Winging pitcher: Hubbell. Losing pitcher: Grimes. Umpires: Hart and O'Day. Time: 2:02. Brave Ism to Giants. Boston. April 28. New York profited by Watson's wildnesa today in the fifth and eighth innings, heating Boston. 10 to 8. The home team was In the lead twice and outhit the visitors, but could not hold the champions In the pinches. Boston made four double play and New York three. Score: I BOSTON. AH. H.O.A. I AB. H.O.A. Bmcroft. if aSS 6 Powell, cf 4 8 2 0 Riwlinss. 2b 4 0 2 SiBsrhsre. lb 4 18 0 Oroh. 3b . 4 0 8 4 Praise, rf 4 2 3 0 Vounr. rf 4 1 2 fHVIrhollon.lf 8 10 0 Meusel. If 8 0 8 A'Stosrkel, 3b 5 112 Kelly, lb 8 2 11 niKopf. ss S i 1 8 Rlilnnerl. cf 4 9 0 0! Word, 2b 4208 Rraith.o, ' 4 2 3 1 O'Neill. 0 -3150 Netaf, p 5 11 5 Wstson 4 2 0 0 lOeirhcer. P 0 0 0 0 Totals 34 10 2T 181 Totsli 38 IS 27 18 Score hy Innings: - ' New York ..0 0 1 S 0 1 S 010 Boston . . ,v 1 J 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 ( Summary Runs: Bancroft !), Young, Meusel, Kelly (2). Shinnors. Smith (2). Nehf. Powell, Nicholson, Boeckel. Kopf, Kord. O'Nell. Two-base hits: Bancroft, PotOetl, Ford, Boeckel. Three base hits: Smith, Ford. Sacrifice hits: Bancroft, rrulse. Double Plays: Nchf-Bancroft. Nehf- Bancroft - Kelly, Groh - Rawllngs - Kelly, Kopf-Ford-Barbare (3), Kopf - Boeckel. Left on bases: New York, 8: Boston, 9. Base on balls: Oft Nehf, 3; off Watson, 7r off Oeschger, 3. Struck out: By Nehf, 3: by Watson. 2: by Oeschger, 2. Hits: Off Watson. 8 In 7 Innings (none out In eighth); off Oeschger, 2 in 2 Innings. Losing pitcher: 'Watson. Umpires: Sen telle and Klcm. - - ' Cnrdlnnl Win Easllr. Chicago, April 21. Sherdcl held Chicago to six hits while St. Louis pounded the local pitchers for 15 hits. Including home runs by McHenry, Alnsmlth and two by Horr.shy, and easily won, 11 to 3. Score: ST. lOUlS. . I . CHICAGO. AB. H.O. A.I AB.H.O.A. lilt! Ststr. cf 4 2 3 S 113 Ollollocher. ss S 3 1 .H I 1 4IKelleher. 3b 4 0 14 Smith, rf Kmimier. lb mock. 3b Hominy. 3b Hetthcots. cf Schnltl. cf McHenry. If lisnn, ss Alnsmlth. 0 Sherdel, p Totali 5 3 4 4 Grimes. Ill 3 3 14 1 4 3 8 0 Frlberg. rf 0 0 0 0 Miller. If 3 4 2 111 Krui. 2B SSI I Kliutmsn. 2b -3 i 3 OlO'Ksrrall, o 4 0 0 21 Worts, o 1 Oherres. p 39 13 27 131 Keen, p ! 'Maiml Kiufrosnn, p , Hsrtnett I Totals 33 6 27 15 United for Keen In seventh. "Batted for Kaufman in eighth Inning. Score by Innings: ' St. Louis 4 0 S 0 0 1 2 0 111 Chicago ..0 0021000 08 Summary Runs: Smith (S), Stock, Hornsby (3r Heathcote (2). McHenry (2). Alnsmlth, Hollocher, Grimes, Frlberg. Er rors: Stock. Lavan, Keen. Two-base hits: Stock, Grimes (2). Krug, McHenry, Smith. Three-base hits: Statz (3).' Home runs: Hornsby (2), Ansmlth. McHenry. Sacri fice hit: Stock. Double plays: T.Rvan- Hornsby-Fournler (2), Kelleher-Klugman-O rimes. Left on bases: St. Louis, 6; Chi csgo. 3. Base on balls: Off Cheeves. 1; nff Keen, 2: off Sherdell, 4. Struck out: By Keen. 3: by Sherdel. S. Hits: Off Cheeves. 5 in 2-3 Inning; off Kaufmann, 2 in 3 Innings: off Keen. S In 6 1-3 Innings. Hit by pitched ball: Grimes, by Sherdel. loosing pitcher: Cheeve. Umpires: Quig- ley and JUoran. Time: 2:04. Nebraska Wesleyan Defeats Cotner Nine t Lincoln. April 28. (Special Tele gramsNebraska Wesleyan defeat ed Cotner college, 7 to S. in a base ball game here today. Stone's single in the ninth' gave Wesleyan the game. Score: Tl H B Cotner tOSOOOfll 1 S S 4 Wesleyan .....10004900 27 t Batteries: B. Lang and E. Lsnge; Hlman and Slalowney. Minnesota Beats Northwestern Chicago. April 28. The Univer sity of Minnesota baseball team de feated the Northwestern university nine, 16 to 8, today in a slow game, "Bim Gump and Mrs. Znndcr are still on the outs. Don't si'ifs a single issue , HITS-MISSES BY THE BUFFALOES OM-tliotit (ifv. St), K. H.1H. fcll. fl, t. a i t , a k a k THU a i it i i rit I OsMIM. AH. St. H, Tit, Ml. I'll. .t. 1k a i i i a i Ik ... !. If Mexv-fc, rf ... I.rtllm. rf . , . .rakaisi. Sk , Wll'ae, m ... Ilogle, MH4, ..... Okrl. B s k a ilk a 4 I i k k i i i i i a k a k k a a wumm. p a kHafseaa I T.UU ! Ill It I IT IS I aMarauiB) balled for Usfll la aosmlN, siws by Inning! nkalwH Illy .... t I UNwasi Illltll t) kasuaar; Tbrew-basa tills, (irlffln. IiMmib, T blU, tilslaaan, Maa art. 4, It una and blla, off llkrl. t ihI la oee.lhlrd Inning I off WiUo una It la) eight and Iwswlblrd Inning off Alls. d II Is) nine iHMlnga. Mr era ill. br tlfc'le. Bon I by WlUan. Si by A lira. I. Itnee on bell., elf llW, l ff Wllsas), ll aff Alien. . lilt by Pitched ball, ISnlea and Tat, by Okrie. Winning lichee, Allen! toeing Itrber. Okrie. iksnbln laa. t.l-lawa stile tn bnedr ear. Ml nn bnaea, tlnwhn : Oklahoma I II r. . learned runs. Omaha Okla homa 4lly I snpirre. Ilmna nd Me dhnwa. Ty Denies He'll Quit as Manager Detroit, April 28. A report pub lished in a weekly sports publication here that Ty Cobb's days as a man ager and player, as well, were num bered, was denied emphatically by the Detroit star on returning with his team to Detroit last night fol lowing the scries with the St. Louis Americans. With the fiery vigor typical of the Georgian's aggressiveness as a play er, the Detroit manager asserted he would not think of quitting as man- a8Pr' . . . Cobb added that though it ap peared he had made little progrcs in building up a team, that had been down so long, this was no indication that he was through. "It takes time." he added, 'to mould a winning team out jof one that has been so unfortunate as the Tigers. I am doing all in my power to get a winning combination. As to quitting -as manager there's not a chance." Gaupel Captures Two 0. A. C. Tank Evesats RJ. GAUPEL of St. Louis won the Western Association A. A. U. senior plunge for distance championship and also the fancy dive in the final swimming tnect of the season at the Omaha Athletic club list ninht. His distance for the plunge was 73 feet. Jack McQuade,. O. A. C, won the 100-yard championship, clipping the distance in one minute, five seconds. D. L. Dimond, O. A. C, was sec ond. ; Women's Pin Tournament SUrts Today at Toledo St." Louis. April 28 Eighty-five teams, the largest number in tne or ganization's history, will enter the fifth annual tournament of , the Women's - National Bowling associa tionwhich begins at Toledo today. The ' tournament ' will continue through May 8 Baseball Dope ' OFFICIAL SCORES WKEK , ENDING SATCRDAI, APRIL 29. , Western League. rm. rf . .... e a lM.IU, m ... I l simwm, if .. a i ttolra. Ik I M, k I I Millet. ,f ... a I I tela, Sk t I i. a i a AlUa, p ,. t I I Mid. Tot. M. T. W. WK. T. F. S. R. x 5 1 6 x 6 ,. .. x s x 5x2.... 3 7 IS x 4 ... .. x 1 X lxl.... x ... 1 4 5x7.. .. 4 8 8 18 X 3 ,. .. X 10 5 15 x' 4 .. .. x 9 5 14 x 10 ., .. National f.engue. Mid. Tot. M. T. W. WK. T. F. S. R. 1 i 10 10 22 12 7 .. 2 3 6 11 6 10'..... 4 S 4 17 10 10 .. ... 4 X 4 8 6 3 .. v- 5 2 1 11 5 6 .. .. 8 X 0 6 4 H .. .. 4 X .1 7 8 5 ..... 1 X 3 6 5 3 .. .. OMAHA Tulsa Sioux City Denver I). Moine Wichita St. Joseph Okla. City Brooklyn I'hiladel. Kew York Chicago Boston St. Louis Cincinnati Pittsburgh American League. MM. Tot. T. W. WK. T. F. S. R. Detroit 2 St. Louis 6 Cleveland S Chicago S Boston 3 Wash'ton 11 New1 Tork 6 Pbiladel. 4 3 7 12 8 3 0 3 7 11 12 9 36 14 S 0 8 10 15 36 9 8( 2 14 X 0 4 American Association Mid. M. T. W. WK, T. Tot. I. R. F. 2 2 7- Kan. City 2 Milwaukee 1 Indlan'olis S Louisville 3 Min'apoll s St. Paul 6 Toledo 2 Columbus 11 xNp game. X 2 4 X x 2 X 3 x 3 x 1 x 8 X 1 x 3 3 13 '' 8 7 11 3 14 ' Q. Two are out In the Inst half of the ninth with the home team one run be hind and runner on first and third bases. The batter makes a safe hit to left and the runner on third acores. The runner on first faila-to touch second and is de clared out. Does the run count? A. The run doe not count because the runner on first was forced out. He must touch second base as the batter has the right to first. Q. The ball Is batted and hits a stone on fair ground in front of the third base man and bounds back to the catcher iu foul ground. It is fair or foul? A. It la foul even though It be a line hit. Vmpirr must not call it fair be cause It I a line hit. The character of the bit make no difference. Q. The fielder stands on the line with the ball In hand to touch the runner. The latter drops to the ground and the fielder falls oven him. What Is the decision? A. If the umpire though It deliberate I interference on the part or the runner the latter la out. It la what la known a "a derision of personal judgment." Q. The cstcher touched the bat of the batsman with his glove but Calmed that it waa accidental. Should the batter be declared out? A. No. There can be no diserimlimtion abont the kind of Interferences. Any In terference Is Illegal because It Injures tbe batsman' chances. Q. The batter hit a short fly and the umpire called "Infield fly." The batted ball hit a runner on the baeea and the umpire called him out also. Was It right to call a double play on the hit? A. No. The Infield fir decision should stand, as that terminated the piny uf that particular balled ban. Safeg-Oixi Yankees Defeat Boston Keel Sox hv 10 to 3 Score a1 Triple l'lay Feature of Game iu Sfeoml Inning Waller Pii Out, Due to Operation. New York. April 28. The New Vork Americans easily defeated Ho ton today. IU to J. The Kcd Sox made a triple play in the second in ning. Wiiltrr I'ipp. New York's first baseman, who did not mist a game all last season, was out of today's game as the result of a minor opera tion on his nose. Score: I uotmiv, I M.W VOIIK all. H.O, k. H. h a I O'Rouilts. at I 9. Will. If 4 t I 4 11 5 t t Ills 4 t t 5 I I 4 4 I i 4 1 ! ! 1 y.iM, an lUnls. If Hrsil. ill MmiIiI. If liussii. lb .I Hurua, lb i I nline, ef Nuel.e ke. fuiunnn Mmnsfcr lbr.h tk-lse. p Wslters I fnttt. If 4 s H.k.e, Sb 18 3 MHI-r. rf It tlrSallt. Ill I Wsnl. 9b til t sVwl. ss I HVhui s t I lllle. P I Si Touts 33 14 17 It el i li I t ' Tl.li M f !l 11 lulled for O'ltourk In fifth Helled for Kullerion In eighth Halted for ImxIb In Ninth. Rmi,. I.W Innlitita. Ruelon S t 8 I- New York 4 S 1 I ! nummary Huns: Hmlth, Pugan it). Witt 111. Kewster. Ilaker C. Miller. Ward. Mcoll. Hi-hang. Urrors: Harris, Ward (S, Hrolt. Two-baa hit: wrd. rm-n. sillier. Three-base hits: fuller- inn. Itsker. Home run: Win. Sscrlflce bits: XI. Sallr. Hush. In.uble plsy: Haker-Ward-.MrKally.' Trlpl play: Uugsn-llurns-Huel, Left on bases: New York, 7; H.iatun. 7. lias on ball: Off Karr. 1; nff Kulterton. t: off Hush. . Struck out. Hy Hush. 4. lilts: Off Karr. 4 In l-S In ning: off s'ullerton. t In I-l Innings', off I'nilge, 4 In I Inning. Hit by pitched hall: Hi-hang. Iwlc. Wsnl. by Fullerton. Wild pitch: nh. Bslk: Fullermn. 7,oslng pitcher: Karr. Vniplre: Owens. Chill nd Walah. Time: 1:40 While v Trim Tiger. Detroit. April it. Chicago appeared her for the first lima this season and defeated lii'trnll. t In S. Davenport'a wild ness forced his removal In the third; Old ham was driven from the box in the sixth and M.rlennchan. the first man in fare htoner. hia eucreseor. hit over Ihe left field fence for a home run. driving In tw men ehaad of him. Score: , t'MM'Aiio. I PETROIf. all. H.O. a. I All. H.O.A. Jnhnann. ss S M'l'lrleh'n. 3b 4 g I ii llaner. 3b 4 114 t : I rutshaw. !b 1 1 4 : Vesi-b. If I 4 0 llnlnisnn, rf 1 t 0 nine. Il J S 3 rmhencill. cf 0 10 0 Rlimrr. ss 1 4 t: Ks.ier. c 0 II 1 IIMhim. ss 0 0 3' Hlnue. p 1 B 1 1 4 It 5 I 0 8 1 II 0 A 0 0 0 0 1 II 1 0 0 I'nlllns. : 4 He,er. rf SlnUII. If Hinink. cf Rheeler. lb HVIialk. e Os.eriimrt, p Wilkinson, p Totals I nines, p 34 12 !T lit Johnson, p Tlirk I Jones I Tots Is nstted for Stoner in sixth 36 11 !7 17 Butted for Dausa In eigbth. Chicago S 0 1 0 0 S 0 0 09 retrolt 0 0 2 0 1 0 2 0 1 t Summsrv Rnns: Johnson (3). MrClele hsn. Collins. Mnstlt (2). Sheeley, Schslk, rutshaw. Veach. Blue (2). Bassler, Old ham. Errors: None. Two-base hits: Mos t!l. Strunk, McCIellnn, Blue, Three. hsse hits: Blue. Home run: McClellan. Sacri fice hit: McClellan. pontile play: Cutshsw-Rigney-Blue. Left on bases: Detroit, 10; Chicago. 3. Rase on balls: Off Davenport, 2: rff Wilkinson. 6: off Oldham, 1; off Daura, 1. Struck out: By Davenport, t; by Wilkinson, 2; by Oldham. 2; by Dsuss, 1; hy Johnson. 1. Hits: Off Davenport. 2 In 2 innings (none out In third): off Wil kinson. 9 In 71nnlngs; off Oldham, 11 1n S 3-2 Innings; off Sinner. 1 In 1-3 Innings; off Dsuss. none In 2 Innings; off Johnson, none in 1 inn ng. Hit by Ditched ball: Collins, hy Oldhsm; Wostll. hy Dsuss. Win ning pitcher: Dirvejiport. Losing pitcher: Oldhsm. Umpires: Nailin and Evans. Time: 2:15. - Homer Win for Brown. St. Louis. April 28. Kenneth Williams' home run In the seventh inning, his seventh in six days, broke up a pitching duel between Shocker and Malls here to day and the Browns defeated Cleveland, 3 to 2. Shocker hit a homer in the sixth, tying the score. Score: CLEVET.AKn. I ST. LOtllS. AH. II. O.A.I AR. H.O.A. 4 0 10 4 111 3 t S 2 4 S 4 0 2 0 9 0 5 1 3 1 2 111 Jamleson. If 4 X r'Toliln. rf Stephenson. 2b 4 2 SlEllorbe. 3b 3 2 Staler, lb 4 1 1 Jaoohsnn. cf 3 81 Serereid. e 0 OlWIlllims. If 3 01 Oerher. ss 5 OlMcMsmis. 2b 0 . 2! Shocker, p 0 01 mieaKer. cr Mclnirta, lb Sewell. ss Oirdner, 3b Wood, rf Slilnsult, 0 MilH. p Frsney 3 0 11 2 1 2 1 Totali 27 t 27 t Totals 33 T 33 9 SiRler out, hit by batted ball. Batted for snlnault in nintn. Cleveland 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 02 St. Louis 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 x 3 Summary Runs: Mclnnls. Sewell. Slsler, Williams. Shocker. Krrora: Williams. Two-base hits: Slsler and Mclnnls. Home runs: Shocker and Williams. Stolen bases: Slslor (2). Sacrifice hit: Gardner. Double nlays: Speaker-Shlnault. Stephenson-Mc-Innis. Left on bases: -Cleveland, 8: St. Louis. 4. Base on balls: Off Shocker, 1; nff Malls, 4. Struck out." By Shocker. 3; by Malls, 3. Umpires:-Morarity, Hllde brand and Dinneen. Time: 1:53.; Senator Trim Athletics. . Philadelphia, . April 28. Mogrldge held Philadelphia to seven scattered hits, while his teammates hammered B, . Harris snd Eckert for 13 hits and a 9 to 4 victory. Dykes' long home run and Bush's feilding were features. Score: WASH1NOTOV. I PHILADELPHIA. AM. H.O.A. 1. . AB.H.O.A. Smith. If I i 4 Dl Young. 2b 1 3 0 2 S. Harris, 2D Rice, cf Judge, lh Brower. rf Peck, ss 5 12 BIScheer. 2b -: 4 2 3 01 3 2 14 01 4 14 0! jotinstoo. 1 Walker. If Perkins, c . Miller, cf Welch, rf Dikes, 3b 3 0 10 2 10 3 0 3 4,12 3 13 4 11 4 12 1 1 6 10 0 0 0 1 13 1 Ghsrrltr, o ' Kusn. :n 2 0 li 2 0 2 Mosrldge, p Gsllowsy, 61 Totali 33 13 27 II Tkert. p Fusherman - Totals . 31 7 27 It Batted for Eckort in ninth. . Wnshlngton- ..1 1 1 1 10 8 0 1 19 Philadelphia ......... 1 0 0 0 10 1 1 1 04 Summary Runa: Smith. S. Harris 12). Judge. Gharrity, Bush (2), ' Mogrldge, your.g. Walker (2). Dykes. Errors: Peck. Toung, Scheer, Galloway. Two-base hits: Judge (2), Galloway. Bush, Walker, Mog rldge. Three-base hits: S. Harris. Home run: Dykes. Sacrifice bits: Mogrldge (2), Pecklnpaugh, Walker. Bush, Welch. Double play:' Galloway-Young-Johnston. Left on bases: Wsshlngton, 11; Phila delphia. S. Base on balls: Off B. Harris. 6; off Eckert. 2; off Mogrldge. 2. Struck ont: By B. Harris, 2: by Eckert. 2; by Mogrldge. 4. H Its: Off B. Harr Is. 3 in S 1-3 innings: off Eckert. 6 In S 2-3 in nings. Hit hy Bitched ball: Toung and Johnston, by Mogrldge: Passed ball: Per kins. Losing pitcher: B. Harris. Umpires: Connolly and Wilson. Time: 2:15. Wellington Inn Cafe C. F.' Reimer, Proprietor 1819 Farnam St., Omaha, Neb. 75c Special Sunday Dinner 75c Celery Hearts. Fruit Cocktail. Ripe Olives. Cream of Chicken Soup.. V Choice of Fried Spring Chicken, Family Style. Roast Young Goose, Dressing and -Apple Sauce. Baked Young Chicken, Celery Dressing. Roast Loin of Pork. Fried Sweet Potatoes. Special Club Steak, Mushroom Sauce. ' Roast Prime Ribs of Beef. Aa Jus. Escalloped Corn. Mashed Potatoes. Combination Salad or Head Lettuce, 1.000 Island Dressing. Parker House Rolls. Tea, Coffee, or Milk. Choice of Apple, Cherry or Custard Tie. Ice Cream or Layer Cake. A La Cart Service Also BaseBaUResuHs ea Standing MMTKNM I MblK, Maadlaga, V. U' IV4-I W. L m Jmi II I sal Thi-i a Hki.ll II I IU OasBl 10 IM . .14 Okla. I its I 4 .1 is tta MMMf 4 I 4,'iir I Ha I II Velemf Moult. OfclMbem (Hy, l lmk. f. Ul, nna. S; enr, I. 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AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. SUndlnga. W. U Prt.1 W. 1- P.4. Mlnnainella t 4 .SSrKsnus nty S .'. Indlsnsnolis S .SISi lulmlle 7 t .3.11 rnlumlais S .SI.MHl. Paul S 7 .417 Mllnauke 7 ( .S3S! Toledo I It .107 Yesterday's Results. Minneapolis, I; Indlsnspoils, I. Milwaukee. 4: Toledo. 2. Louisville. 4: St. Paul, t. Columbus, 7: Kansas City, 4. Today' Came. Toledo at Milwaukee. Columbus at Kansas City. Indianapolis at Minneapolis. Louisville at St. Paul. SOI Til ERN' " ASSOCIATION. Mobile at Blrmlnithsm Rsln. New Orleans at Atlanta Kaln. Chattanooga, 1; Memphis, 9. Naahvllle. 4; Little Rock, 3. American Association At Kansas City R. H. B. Columbus 7 12 0 Ksnssa City 4 S 4 Hattcries: Sanders, Snyder snd Hartley; Bono, Morris, Boyd and Skiff, McCarty, At Minneapolis tndlanapolla Minneapolis Batteries: Weaver, McUraw and Mayer. At Milwaukee Toledo R. If. E. 3 S I 9 1 Sclb and Krueger: n. ii. e. ..3 6 0 Milwaukee ., Batteries:, filrad. Shaack and Gossett. At St. Paul Loulsyiii ..4 S 0 Ayrr and Keener R. H. E. ...4 7 1 bt. Paul ...2 4 I Batterlea: DeBerry and Meyer: Sheehan. Hall. Rogers and Gonsale. Huge Entry List for Chicago Track Meet Chicago, April 28. Over 1.000 con-' tcstants representing 150 high schools and 30 academies in 35 states are ex pected to compete in the 18th annual interscholastic track meet to be held here May 27 under the auspices of the University of Chicago, -Athletic Director A. A. Stagg announced to day. Invitations have been sent to 5,000 schools. Among schools ex pected to stand high in this event is Sioux City, la; Lewis Throws Bincklcy. Tulsa. Okl., April 28. Ed "Strang ler" Lewis, successfully defended his title here last night against Cliff Binckley, heavyweight wrestler of Columbus, O, 4. - Today's Ring History Thirty-eight Tears Ago. John T.. Sullivan knocked out Dan Henry, Hot Springs, Ark., 1 round. Ten Year Ago, Mike (Twin) Sullivan won from Harry Wuest. Cincinnati, 10 rounds. V Toung , Jack O'Brien against Tommy Carey, no dicislon, Philadelphia, 6 rounds. 'ine Years Ago. Monte Attell against Ad Zotts, draw, Salt Lake City, Utah, 15 rounds. Johnny jKllbane against Johnny Dun dee, draw, Los Angeles, 20 rounds. , Srvea Years Ago. . Benny Leonard against Johnny Kilbane, no decision, New Tork, 10' rounds. -Four Years Ago. George Chaney knocked out Jack Russo, Baltimore, Md.. 1 round. . Willie Jackson lost to Lew Tendler, New Haven, Conn.. 15 rounds. Augle Ratner won from Eddie Revolre, Baltimore, Md., 10 rounds. , . REDUCED FARES! rn The Wabash has reduced fares from Chicago and western points to New York and other Eastern cities, tickets being good, without excess fare on this fine, new through train. Leave Chicago 10:30 a. m., ria Wabash-Lackawanna Ar. Detroit . .. . . Ar. Buffalo Ar. Elmira Ar. Bingbampton . 5s55 p. m. 2:50 a. m. 6:52 a. m. 8:25 a. m. Steel drawing-room sleeping cars and steel coaches. Meals in dining cars. No excess fares via Wabash-Lackawanna. Additional steel coach service leaves Chicago 1125 p. m. UWfflEPlaa To Detroit Two splendid trains from fflfl AND LACKAWANNA RAILROAD Two I tuskers Qualify for Drake Relays GMi iil Moulioii Will Com ir in I'iiuU at Dm Moiuri Toiby Turner Illiniiiiiitci!. Ie Moines, ., April (5tr. il'Ul Tell IIJIII 1 I'r. lniilniriea ai liircidiil lu re tmlay in the aeven hieli chool cteiit, and nine unittrsity nJ tolleKe event t.f the Drake relay carnival. l'niverity of NVhiank men ftli nrd in three of thoc events, (.iisli of Nebraska won the l'irt heat f Ihe prrial IJU .inl liitfh huidlrt in 15:4. ICiuht men imhiird in the t preliminaries today tor the final event of this rare Saiiud.iy. Mou linn, NehraU's wriht man. mialilictl in llih tliscu ami hol put. He placed third anions the six titiili- hers in the discus throw when he lossnl the flisrus 125 feet 2 inches. He was sixth in the shot put with a distance of 39 feet 1 inch. Turner." Nebraska's sprinter. siu. eliminated in hi heat of the apertel'' lUO-yard da-h and Nebraka will have no entry in this event Saturday. Indications today were that records would be shattered at the final Sat urday. A chillv wind hampered sen .j-t. saiiouai periormance at touay a cveuis. Willi a rising temperature and track in perfect condition, officials arc hopeful for the finals of what al ready bids to be the biggest relay meet in middle western track his tory. Drake Relays The summaries: loo.yard Dash First best, won by Taulu. Grlniiell; Ilurke, Michigan, aec ond; Wilson, low, third. Tim It 1-5 8con. I Heat Won by llayea. Notr Dame: Anderwert. Washington University, second; Siinuns. Missouri, third. Tun 10 1-4. Thrrd Ileal Won by Spets. Wisconsin 1 Simmons. Mlchlgsn. swondj Kerns', Ksnssa. third. Time 10 l-S. Fourth Heat Won by Ayres. Illinois; Argue, Occldrntsl colleg, second; Ellison, Wisconsin, third. Time 10. 12-srd Hurdle. High First heat, won by Anderson. Minnesota. Mredly, Kansas, second: Hunter Knot, third. Sargent, Mlchlgsn. fourth. Time IS 3-i. ...n.i -ut Won hr uiah. Nehrssks: Shops, Iowa, second: 8. II. Wallace, Illlnnia. thlnl; Brlrkinan, Chicago, fourth. Time IS J-4. , Running Brosd Jump Qusllflers, Frsd. lev. Kansas. SJ feet 3 Inch's: Hamilton. Missouri, 21 feet 10' Inches: Oshorne, Illinois. 21 feet S Inches; Swsrd. Knot. 32 feet 2 inrhes; Sundt. Wisconsin, 2 feet S'.i Inches; tlttkcU, Urluiicll, S feet 4 Inches. Discuss Throw Qusllflers, I.leb. Notre Dame 130 feet 111 Inches: llsmllton, Mis souri. US feet 11 Inches; Moulton, Ne hraska, I2S feet, 2 Inches: Welier. !Je brsska. 124 feet i Inches; Howard, pra' 120 feet Inches; Miller, Drake, 119 feet 7 Inches. Shot Out Qualifier. Bradley. Xansaa, 4! feet S 3-4 Inches: Dahl, Norlhwetern, 31 feet: Hamilton. Missouri, 4 feet; Lleb, v -,Bn.a s..t ii a. a Inches: Sundt. U'lu.fln.ln .1 fe-t g fOflies: Pole Vault Qualifier, Medey, Tows nogers, Kansas: Hawker. Minnesota. Griggs, Knox; Hamilton, Missouri, Joneg Mornlngside. ; ' - , ' Lincoln High Wins Lincoln. April 28. (Special Tele gram.) The Lincoln High schocl baseball team defeated Adams here ' Friday afternoon at Rock Island park by the score of 9 to 5. Lincoln and Crete Mix on the diamond Sat urday afternoon. Cloett.Peabody tCo.'i& NEW TRAIN! m Ar. Scranton Ar. Newark . Ar; Hoboken 10:10 a. m. 2:59 p. m. 3:13 p.m. 3:30 p. m. Ar. New York . T I II THENlHrV JL .ULVLVV vr Chicago at 10:30 a. m. and 11:25 p. in. For particulars write H. C. SHIELDS, Division Passenger Agent, 1909 Harney Street, Omaha, Neb. TO UU