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THE IXDIAXAPOLIS NEWS, TUESDAY, AHUL 22, 1910. T - s INDIANS AND SAINTS APPEAR TV A O T"7 V' WELL MATCHED FOR K A H JL KJ, . ' OPENING .CAME' ? :' 'l JTKJXd D'ALENE ENTERS CAR IN VICTORY SWEEPSTAKES - COLLEGE SPORTS ATHLETE FEW CHANGES IN STATE PIN MEET AMATEUR . BASEBALL BALL ICS SPC? OI - FAIISAVAITYELPOF OS - lfl'TtAYBAH!" DOPE PLACC3 ODDS ACOUT EVEN ON OPENING SEniE3 AT ' WASHINGTON PARK. KELLEYJiAS STRONG TEAM HENDrtlCKS SELLS JACK LEV13 TO MEMPHIS CLUD NEEDS ANOTH ER OUTFIELDER. " 'WTim II' - At 7i.t JnUr a;. - 1 L'rr.ps yelp 'flay na!I? ' rj . prk tomorrow th to ft Llood i l r.ew even. and t.'e t to wij'r a have the iotl'r - K fK''fJjU e - ijndae or i hat, wsn That'll wt;, find .1 th the od - ls Ahout 'who hv real k! y f ut . - hr.. but )t uniwitii to Misittir kal. Th" loj flora Kt. I''j! 1 that W.k Klif - t rr l.kho'jt tl.s ht tht "vr tr" 'ofi irj th;t fcorff. a(hoUJri U r'.t rr 'r, z - .it very mronr ' Ft. I''t - I 't.'il had fn fnt tffirrt v h r. oa two ptrfttiajnia, h'lt uaiilY its - ' lit - '. k tfii ttr ;lar r 8flr tri; rn't ( afHrft, KHir Ar) .'fh;'' iivi IIk tha rick from in nil jj.Mris . In tii - r - "' hinK l!n ,pv i!rri i fi4 ?i'ih - ti, - lrtha r (; t . nt I' Ciurl,? Ifail, . Iri Irrlnrr, t; ''r - ,' f'off - f Hriri a rou.'jll cf f' r - ' I'.'f.iri'l th hat aro A li'xfcr.''' r (. i J f rr v - i, wU'.p - r m. a.r;t iHRfiii)', vh Ik fcl4, to - a mmtr. I'rr' - T In Utif - r!; Artu . H at ir rt Kivpatri' - k at '""ifJ ; 1.ty i'.r - rx hirnrrft at nh'rt, Hri4 I'"t or lutoo t thir4 In tim ou'icI'l ar Iun. tun, Kl - r er X.?:i:r,' from . yankw; TW'tI, a rr.rrmt; ari't lltl C.'orrwen, utUity. ' ' ' Ghould Win by DeftnaW. ; This 1 mTruK ttgrre tatlon but It oi t 'i r.'i'i "n any better than th Iiidim. ' If thfl trih Jlt hin'jf Klaff K' - t jr'jiiist rf."i'l tha' tm tthould with Mlrttvht rtTrnao alonar tti Kim iri m rl ilj Imi nlwaya won - - - for JurK J I it'l r i' - V h. "ovliK"fi, Yerk'n. ( rMi) hi't ilf - uitrisM'M v, wirrt Wolfe aa utility (nHiltrr, fifi - rur to M (he i.r ft ny t, A. Inrw - M. Th Ir)i1iai) Hf mAy n't f - ir atiotli - r outHilr, Itcilly and Zl!itri ar th only rard' - nrrx Or t): I . - ! Mid liiit. on la nnariffl lmm - 1iai - ly t!. t r i will luvr to aturt tlm .iK'n hi it rjtclnr,,a p(tchr or a, tr;i.l!. - r In fuht t,t The H.tlnia ntn Sii to orriva lita to. ' litv, 1 iirntfi)f Jim fl'Oirt tiiwaori rru'lrian, H v.. whrr thn club haa h - " n . Iri fr4 - lt.lnif . for , a - vral " wlm. ,Th r.ilnta (irotmhly w.il ahow up In tha at j,hyifjl totiilHIou whIU th Jn - Hnni' will b h - 'iii - ii' aprl mora or . Ifnm y rk of T.in"f rvrl of th tlayr not tUnf Into wniforrn tjntll U hi!t fw tyit. Jack Lewis Sold. Maf!r jIriJrl ka today, announc"! "tha anl of utility Inflaldsr Jack Iwla to tha MamX'hla club of tha Boulh - f - rn Aorjitior. Manaxvr Hrndrlokn hu'f Jo chooaa h'lwwn IcwIm and V 1 f tho former N'ra Damn ln?lldr, ! and hj onatdered Wolfa ths hr.it a - a. - i Tha Chlrmro Whita Pox almost ma'lo i frcn tit teMya Ktin with tha IrirtiMfm, wlnnln? 1J to 2. jfowavar It w hollow victory a J(ii1rlka wanfl ii what ha had In tha hulv - T, Krr!l Htid hlmmi.nn, Tha hot - knocked t Vn - U a aooka orr In tha fourth Inning aftr ha had workmrt aflrnJidy for thr - a Jtinlnea. iHimrnonft m tlian trld out ati'l ha I4tal two - thlrda of an Innir'ir. Iala )trhd th J. - t 4 J - 3 ionlnKs t' Wind up th 'mc Tho box avora ahowa what thry did to Fimrnona and FMrtell. BRIEF TELCpriAPH SPORTS NI"!V Yonif. April ?J. Tha national rin H.(. - hrt. rin ta trisrkamrn f th nirr - v, Nti limrin vr, nljitw liillltl olttnin. r" ami m.mkwa ot gunnery nunx iti.w and riiinluct.l tin tor vwr d"jnrtm.iit , tu It. - , vl l b jr AinruM at ihm navy aniia al CalJwail. N. J., urorJiii tu art an - n.m ,)p navy of!tcl!. , Th thr rlnoiHil ront acbriu1l ar lh nH' "ml taii riml. - h. Lntwvn ornlx - tin c.n'i rrin twlva mrnibirr; lh n - ttonal In'ivlliml tiuilrh and th n.ttonaJ ti tit ttiaich. 'trp!Ulon of tha National lufta ArKlattui a J so vkiil - ba twld. NFTW YORJC. Apt 11 23. WlaJ.k Zhyankrt, tha worhl'a hrrlht - hmptn, win maka Ma firi iPTMrkm m tha aaat alnea la Mn tha una frtm Mranir Uii at tha arnry cf tha Kt fiM artlllory. Hrrvn. nit Mr 3. ilhyanko iiHnnt wtif ha Ivaa tA - niw, tha , an t th eundlttona cf tha match cull fur tha tnan - to wtrxia to fialh. 4tlarfa iiothnar will ta th ft9Tm, . tVlU'MnrR. O.,'" Ami" IiVhan rrad Tlruvt riurtil to . Ma tvtwibM Horn, tha Ih - r a - , ha brvuh wtttt Mm a haitdaoma aol.1. (liamrxid - atkid'lad madaj that ha won la M. ivtarahurc, ria 1 Uta In Tahruary by tttaktiif MnjaKlf tha tvraha pUchlnc cham - rln of (ha Unltt Mtataa Cornet I xxon waa nan front aii over tha (wuniry taklna; lrt, but Kruat ao irr that ha loat but ona match tit hla aat of fifty t UV.XV TOHK, April ll - P. - arJ f tha r,,o"t rrmlnm amUatir UwvabooaaT ta tha t'ntta.l hlii.i wtoo will taja part ta Uia Vlrtory tutirnaxtvant tha tratw rf tha Kw nrr. Athlrtlo C5wb at Trayara UUnrt, tit'.w Afrll Si t3 r.Ajr t. Intand to r iranlia a ruUlnnal Kniataur aaaoclatlon iturtna: that wa. H la to b known aa tha Ativaloiic flay Turn K rvnoilnaT' Aamclauon of .AniMio, and mil undii4t oomfklata Juria - ei. - tion o - af all amataur t rphooiln( ava. AfVr rritrtiiant hava ton maJa for club " ant In Vvi 1ual tiiamrxM - phto tha aaaodattnn - wtll (Mflctatly tAa an.rHttona and lva raoo - - tlttn 19 all Tiur - an1 - Warua fiturf. It ta t,irim.l"tr nr rarlnva a htrhar aianjnrj wt'l l;a ao for th avanta and It wtil ha ).' .(fl to tynril fflclal ayarar for iwwri i .. . v ail tha amateur Jtrapahootera - la tha cunniiry. - , AtJTVAVr TA. Int., Ajrl tX - Ona war that tha hr... - ,! cf tia Atnrtrart youttt waa Vapt ii to :.: a r'rh. atandard durtivf tha war ta alon la A.naojri by tha larra nambar cf r - at!vi - tio tamri that h - a tH tntrndm t hvry by raturalna aolfliara an 4 aall - aa IVnma, bivjbaU and foulba.ll rara tha ro.wt v. ,u!r j.vrta arnooj tha army and navy - matt, nitCAOrt, April S3 T?act C. Bjwara, yri1' - t of tha foath Fhora Otnintry Clob, yaaHarday announoad that FVank Sullivan. liiiralm ntruclir at l'rtncatoo Uhlvaralty, w. hav rhtutta of awlmmlnc at hla vluU . tfcka aainiliar. . KANStS CTTY. April SS Tha taat of tha roriltiUf.n - i!ty of tha ftaraJ nl - ratory btrd art waa Wrutt rrwtarday, whan ariru - ;' mntl ttn counayj for Atlornar - General anfc V. McAlllatar ta hla petition to r - train Hay 1'. Holland. firl - nv war lan. tmra tntrf nnar with tho ahootLn of - wild dmti tn MiMourl, and fadvral attor - - ya m haard hy Jmlra A. f. 'an VtN kanburtn tn tha Vnltad friataa d.atrk - t court. CHICAGO, April 52. Tha adrtaory board cf th t hW Amataur Athletic Ur U conani! ti t"ia r.nanruic of tha protoaition to buy tha old Columbt Vacht Club prvporty. riNFHVnsT. N. C. Aprlt SS - W. , ft. Hrmiin V i'H - V'a atala cHaniprfoo, lad tha flald tn tha onlnc of tha tirtlt and aoutQ amateur trap - hvVMinaT tonmamant fecra Mon - i!, h.t t'.nj 1U out of 1 tarcyta. mirtfTQ. " Aprtl tX Tha Tlrwla Sparta. man Cui wf.i nin a Victory Ubarty loan ra - en Sunday afternoon. May 4. Tha raoa ' wi.l rover a im - min couraa over tha wt u; trfvirti of tha city and wtu atart from tha clubhouaa of tha lllinou CrvrUmea Clui. . ST. rVt. Arril ro I Juter.nt Frad B. - Hartman. hero cl tha "' itiHi'ae - ;t. Vavul do ra - r - aa two y - nra ), haa ttn kitlad la an trvln ac - !t n Fiance, it u teamed bara tty. J. rimo 1 iwtred lt tha caa - Mity 1st aa vr - c !le.J April J. rt lends hera rwefvet MiirirmKtiii jt prlvata tnea nue, lla.rt?rn fn ti." in tha dea" races a tut amateur asv.r.tt experienced tnuahara . whan ha alut - a !t it f r tita OjtaJica. desiMta . l hla laai ' - husAia." CmrkC.O. Aprtl IXTha Sialrriar A. C h a'be - !u! - t a r.l na - p.l dia'ance rare oxer rinrthawt, d thrrtiKhfaraa for !ay . ne nrle ci.n.n April j'. A ona and ona - ha!( miia rawa for bcya tinier aaventeen year wi:i ta run tha ma af rrr.irn. A threa - nii.o rava f.r Juni - 11 1 Arrll IS. CiriCAGO. April 72 Tha Triatrial ru )rr.B,r; .chairrioreMpa W:il b derlle In Car.tral V. U. C. A. naiatoriam on iiay . CJIiCACO.; Aptti - - T.'a:;r G. rooUt. tim loai arcstaur shot, yes - tcray" w e'eeted ta.plA; of tr.e .A, A. trtw.:. - - "Uii tu, r.i'h ri - t tf'.t Nw Trr A - C - la f - trer fc,;f of a - hot. - horn evooi at 7rs.. - r li.jr, . Y., on Mir J - ' j MiLWU'KES. Ap:! - f - 'ner th etre - li'n f T'r - i l.rx.i kan - J - ,a.5 T.e rr Tv - rr''4t - f. c f ir.'l.r r - 'r. - for a.lrwnl eser - ' - , t ear - e - lenr - irig a mhsl whkh reesfls i;! oiJ lrs r tr - e av - i cwrt srarne fjr li'Tl'in vry nnl - m vf !. - . - iy "d was 'j.fjr rr m athjf.ai e - f J.ar5r - .s, ':) - AD'wtir ", - it, T. M - C A.. y - waJ'tr. Iarq ti aoir!sjr and It sfc ftre. - o and j.i.rfi;!. its tr..r ypare r,vj - jls. . , ' JTTtV ToriX', . Apr.l rr..tr,art Jio r - ",rf, ;.. - ('rm(T I'riMrK !jr of M ; arMf"l fcjrrtir, a h .! - He UrrJ r - !mlHf r"4 f - ir l.vr xmrrt.. rli yr Ut iurM rom - ;.:. urjtiJ r, - r."1yr tr - t - c. 19 nn - r nwrt - jf ' t - 4 r" - - i' e4 br f'araJa J fi. Jl; ' 45 . vt tS tth f'r;;J!r, 12'n f - A - kea"nt fiJi - Vr - si". imMny flvib. frjji.pUrn rttn iurrtr Of :T.T'T, h"T!tr;, Ku fTr,fM a r! I!5 - thicfr fi:i fc' ! t 7frtM tt vi.riy. It wiH tf fir irtAf.i prrrtt tht !T1 tr;n i4 in trir,uc. n4 fr.y r !! H riil Vn by J" r nrr:n n4r tft r .rxT.ianl io lit i't. - ' - - STATE FAIR SPED CARD AllhlliCEDBYKOiigY NEARLY, ALL EVENTS. FbR T00 i nuneed nil TUorr.tiriT Ot AM 1 rwo - w - AUT03 TO WINO ur. Program for Fjair V'eek hoxdat, tnrTpiicnrt v , ? 01 Tro ,i.,...,,......'....r:' 1 i4 Tar J - J - .J Th. - eaaar - old tt...i.. t it Ttj - ea - yair - ll Vr.... iA9 TVKsrMT, rr;pTKitnrm s. .' i rt far ; . - . 7 Trot S i Trot 2 t.i I'avca. TOO WOJ.VKDAr. tXTTEMEER I. . .?5Trot 1 04, far a . ...... ...... M Trot .1. i U Trot 7y THCH5DAY. JSKPTTTMDEH . t it rii J.l Trvf 2 )'i Vivra l.Jt Tr - l ' ......... VrtlPAT. FETTESlBER S. I tti Trr. - t ' ..... fya rae ... 4............ '.,. Ul iort trnt Conaolatl'Kt paca. . ? .' . 7t ; !oa , im SAn'RDAY. KKJTfSMBKri . .yi au tu raaa un - ler rulaa of tniamatlonal Mot?r t;onte"t Aa"'latlon. - ( - Chaj - l" Krnnedr. aacretAry of the atata fair toart. iwy. mnoum t)i p""" vrif lor tna nei whlrh will atart Monday. Krptemtxsr 1. Thrra will rxr five davi of humrra event and on Hatnrday tho fair aaaociatin will ataro elx automooue evrma t.nucr tha auatilcea of tne interntiwnai t'onle - nt AaaocUtlon. The majority ot tha ' htrtif m event ere for puree, at IT' and b. feature will be the consolation trot and the coneolatlon pace on Friday. Beptemrer b, witn pureea ot . . ' - ' A. T. A. KMHI Uvvern, The rulea of the American Trotting - Aaaoclatlon wl!l Jiovem And all evenui will . t Hmftod to three hoata. The entry lift iil cloee Augiat And there will he no la.r beruua or record made flr Auitiiat 1, - All horaca tht hAe etarted And hav not been aa good aa econo twice m nny one race win tx eusriuie to eiarr In the conoi,tion nannicap. entnea to h mad n"t later than the nirht nerore the event. There will be no feea charped for the coneolatlon And horeea muirt take the word from, a atandtntr atart from the atation Aaalftned by the handl - t - APper. an If the fine weather of the laat few days contlnuee there will be no quee tlon; About oponlngr" the 'three municipal golf Unke next - Saturday. The park cuatodiajtA will have had plenty. of time to cl!p,th,e wUitefe rrowth of rraaa on ; the . greens, vand all will' .be ; ready for the mayor fcnd hta party to make. a tour of tho coarnea and orHclally open therrt. ' ' f There ere numeroua city officials who rly KOlf. Mayor Jewett U one ' ot them, rroseo'itor Claris Adame It an. other. The omclal opening of the mu nlclpal . linki thia vear may oa mora than a formal a IT air. The mayor and hia party may take their golf bag with them a nfl - proceed 0 piay a few holea at Jvlvernlde, Kouth CJrove and lrv - Inaton. . . . r Tha IndlanapoJIa Country Club atataa ape. rinralty tn biAck and hlta In It annual olf bulletin that all tournament matchea are to be pi ay ad w hen . scheduled, rain or ahlne. and that ail matrhaa itiunt bo atartad by 3 o'clock on tha tlav of play. Other tour na. mant commit tea miht profitably copy. Golfer who play the UlvertlJa eourte had a blr acare laat ntonth. whan tha Matt water ttratent tha clubhouao ajtd tho Ilnka. Toy war arrmld. aomo of thorn, of m, rotMitt - tton Of tiio flood t lit Li. which dainafad aolf linKa and averhln ela. Tha Hlveraide courae la now In xd ahape and will be ready for the etlVctal tnunllcpal opanlnc. aat for Jaturday. Vialteara to Indtanapotla who want to be Im - preaaet IOi tha else of lta apertlna; popula tlon oirht to visit tha Houth Grove olf Ilnka any Saturday or Punday. Never la the biatory of Indiana a - olf ha va thare booQ auch awarnia of roifera Itora, It would aoem that all the eeuraea In tha elty had bean clad an. that every one had euldenly taken to ruifin1. The tnlnntaa of tha Rtvaratd Oolf Club for April 1 contain tha foilowtna - raoolnton. propared by A commUtaa conalatinc of Thao - riora Weinahank. Frank Kiaaal and C A. klrt'otter: 'The warm eunahtne af eprlnf araia ealla ua t'vjrether and aa wo meet wa are reminded of thooa who era baaaU - "Nature haa one mora taken toil and re. moved from our ml Jut one ef the beat aona that cur country sacrificed foe the preaerva. tion of honor and, freedom. Captain kuirene H. Kothe - . aoldter and frlerMl. haa pauaaod a into tha rraat unknown, leavtna; a void tn our ranki that wtll bo difficult to fill. - w rneva wu a tnoee wno were evJ Cloeer to him than wa and oxter., I a vt.t paranta, Mr. and Mra. William Kothe our deep and; atneora sympathy." Grado School Meet. An Innovation ta 'track and field Athletice, a Marion county grade school meet, developed much material and was a decided success at Irwin field. Butler college. Monday. Mora than you n rat era. ' boya and girls, compete.!, ajid A crowd faA least 7.000 aaw the. meet. it waa an ail - day affair, the school children bringing their lunches and families, The way the eooteetlnc teams finished was; rvry township, 6S.: Varenca toa - nshin. Hi - Wayne township. 37.3; Washington township,' tJ - 4; Beech Urove. 1S.S; Center townslup. 17.SJ. . COLLEGE ATHLETICS The first ef May wfil find the college ath. let lea of tha central atatea gxtr.g at a faat clip, and by tha rtret of June all tho state athletic champhnhlpe will have been te - cldei Tennia and goTf. still minor sports in Indian colleiriate circles (although tennia ia attaining - major prxportiona, will bo pro - grrjtatnar in May. At present, baseball anJ track are the major sports. ' NOTRE; DAJdTX Ind ,; April M The six ot eonng football practice for tha Cnlversity of Notre Ia ma irrtdlron he re come to a close, and tha showing of ithe men rleaeed roaches l;ockn and Oorsua vety n t,ch. . Head coach Kockne gave hia un - Olvlded attet.Moi ta th I yearlinjrs. 'acoualnt - irg them with the peculiar formations and Mfia, Beforo alndlng up tha nvrng season, the two foot hangmen tors arran:et a Kcrtnn - meae between tha upperclaaatnen and th rooxiea. the Iormr winning two l.id - eam4 vicurjea .. ...., , - r . - SNAPPY INFIELDER GETS IN LINE It jj - n leaked cat that Sim Crine. ahortAtop for the Iadiana. did not Blgrt hiA rxmtrACt wlrh the elub entil tod"ay. Crane wae Ambitious to jr to the On - r - inrx - atl Keda. a . team he formerly r i& y - l with. And, made rrertuTe fr Mm me time r - Crare contm'Jed t ' kotd ojt with tft ', hope tKat he wrwid has - eold or tradtu'1 7i"t Crane finany afSxed Ma John llanwlc trj a trl - e . rntrru and now the Indiana ' Are Ato.t ready to f icicle tJie Palnta in the openinr ; rame of the aa - i aoriation a e a o n i; Wednawday. There 1 ta ' no oneatlon about CrAne"A.s er - ed. IIe' tirht - Tiinr ft, and Itan - arer llendrV'k ia pretty certain of haytnaj Art Alrt!4rtit Infield. THREE DOUBLES TEAMS GET IN CHARMED LIST NO CHANGES IN SINGLES STANDINGS, IN STATE BOWLING TOURNAMENT PLAY. Leaders in State Pin Meet ;v Five - Man. . rtaclne Itnraeahoe Tlrea. fndiAnapolls.... .TT rieam'a Five. Indlanapolla J.TJJ Central Allay Five. Terra Haute J,7'" iTet - 0 - L.lte, rndlanapolta t.7 fnlraraal , nitraement Co.. Indlanapolla. 1,680 Irtah'e Hooaler. CofXee Co. 1, lndl : A rVAJKI a ' eeaa.aaia'eA,aee 2, ITS I J. Cooper tluber Co.. Indlanapolla. I.9 Oary Tribune, l'rf ......,..., S.atl, Central Colon Telephone Co lail!na - . polla .... , l.atft gycamorca. Terra Haute I.SO Doubles. :' .' . tTaeliirenend Wtt, Terra JIut...,, l.l't ilalalup and Cajnpball, Indlanapolla.' J.lii K. J'lel trrl A. Ilal, Indlanapolta l.lil Cheney and K'tler. Indianapoiia...' 1.141 Tleman and Klrkoff. lndianapria. ...... 1.141 Stiffen and C. Hx krd. iDdianaotia, ., ,. 1.134 Gill and Oreenbanlc. ' Munoe t lturhairip and Irish. Indlanapoliat.. 1.120 Haldlnrer and Bchafar, Terra Haute 1.111 Ooodwin and 8utton, Indlanapolla 1,11 Latncbeln and b trie beck, Indlanapolla... l.US Singlet. rj. Ramaey, Oary.. ............... .......... H. liakar. PrinratoA Phil Button. JelTereonvllle .y... eora;a Brooka. city. ....................... l A. Bark eon, Oary....... II. FtefTen. elty II. Iit. Terra Haute . Tl. Meacall, city F. Randall. Terre Haute...,. J. Taylor, Terra Haute 04 Ua 01 1 7 l 1 Tier nan And Kirkhoff bowled the beet. In the minor events At the state tournament laM nljrht when they, totaled 1,141 in the two - man event and tied; for fourth poaltlon. ' - The acores in the einslee division were far below the leaders, E. K. Ocaaert leadinff the thlrty - tvro.men who took their turn with 573 pins. ". Heauchamp and C . Irish totaled 1.130 and IanAbeln and Strtebeck got 1.11$ pins. Theae were the only bowlers to break Into the high ten in the doubles event. " Tournament Notes. Southpaw Tern Tleman apeared tha mapfea for 12. ahootlnr with G. Kirkhoff In the douhlea. Tlernan, although a eoirthpaw, rolla from the right corner of the alley. Clarence Irish had a - real partner1. Beau, champ ca Trying the brunt of the load with 60. . , j - Neal King la atlll in hia alumrle and showed nothing eensational while ahootlng with K. J. Kelly. Lew Fabrbach and TTud Pttsar rolled oon - alatontly. each getting' a US count tn the aoublea. - - Beam's allera were well represented in the large crowd which waa on band early, . Tt team of Oaaeert and Cooper had grand In ten tlon a, but many errora put them In the claaa of "aliio rana. . Freah from the battlefleld "ovr there," Gonra Kirkhoff aeema to have toat none of Then Kansas 1 A - - - a ' - l - - A. - w a .: " U. - : aj - V.fw : : r . A - ' .. - i 1 irst Oevelarid said - "Thej tell me' said CleveUnd, "that you handle more horses and more hay to feed them than any city in the world. Is it true? And your new station. Is it the largest west of New York? MIt is replied Kansas city, in passing out the Owl Cigars. "Quite frankly we are proud of our city. But you, friend Clerellnd, helped us on the roacl to success. Your steel helped us mightily to erect our new buildings. Your chemicals are great aids to our manufacturers. Two such thriving Americans as we should pledge our friendship in another Owl Cigar ' ' You might wefl expect that great cities would be mutual friends to dependable Owl Cigars. But you may be surprised to learn that Owl is just as good a friend to thousands of villages and small towns all over the U.S.A. You won't be, though, when you learn personally of the dependable fragrance of these two fine cigars. ' OWL T ...n...(n)wiL a - 1 tieaterail t.'laar Co lAe." - . - BEST & RUSSELL BRANCH, laAlaaaisolta. lad. ' ? . DUtrtbtors, TWO v DEPENDABLE v CIGARS aa the Iteda had , ' r - ; . . '1 . - . - vVV ' V v ,y SAM CliANE. his ability te knock eft the roaplee. several bad DreejLs holding hla total to t In the doubles. - - After a atart of ltt In the tee - man. Al Strtebeck came back atrong with tiA and til - Joe Fulton had six clean misses In the doublea. Earl Patterson, hla teammate, get. ting eight splits, which accounts for their low total. A email fire In the adjoining building put the tournament out ef commiasion for several minutes early In the evening. On account of the lllneaa ef T. Nelson, Rob Bryson was rescheduled for S:l V - na. , runday, ilay 4. . . ForTTjer city champion Charley Smith shot a cool 4 ia the singles, breezing by many soft eperee. Veteran Charley - Field shot good tenpina throughout and finished with 1,431 for hia nine gamea Marshall Ievey, a former Al B. C. Individual champion, .dropped 4S7 tn hla a Ingles, the oid - ttme hook being among the missing. Sam Miller had visions of a big total whan he started with a double, but it faded early and he went to the dugout with 477. Kd Hornberger could not follow up the wood atart he had in the singles. i - Hllk Heti SleCarty went Into the money with 560 and led the other bowlers on his team. . . . Jeudbrock and Ixiechle looked like winners In the first game, but went all to places in the final two. After attending each eeesloh to date, Harry St tie beck's opportunity came at laat and ha am substituted for Bill Cooper In the dour bleu. . - " " - Th Jenaen family of Terra Haute Is atlll In town. Otto being an interested spectator at Ipjrt nlghfa - bowllna. "5 If Clark and Murr arrive on schedule tonight aome one will hava to buy a new hat. All local bow I era are on tontght'a schedule, sixteen two - man teams and thirty - two individuals being carded. The first squad "is to go on at 7:M. K. Ceaaert was good In tha alna - lea and will et a few nickels with 57S. Perhapal The Busher's Nightmare - INDIANS. ! AP. IJU. bH. R. .. 6 0 0 If. O. 2 A. 4 0 E. 0 . s . 0 e o Fleilley, if. tVOlf. 8S...V 4 - e e.,, o 1 1 i a 1 10 11 KTrlliing. . cf.. 4 Covington, lb. 4 Yerkea. 2b.... 4 Hem' way, Sb..4 Lot ah a w , rf.. S Henllne.. c... 4 Ferrail, p..... 1 SUmmona. p . - . 0 iMle, p , - tl : . '. e .. e e, , ' ' 0 . " 0.. ' I " 1 . - 1 ", 0 . e - e e e e - o o I 0 1 " e 2 2 "; e 1 ; 4 e 1 Totals ......3 10" 2 11 11 WHITE BOX. AB. BH. tH. R. Ieibold. rf 6 - 1 . 1 W eaver. 3b... 4 " S . 2 McMullln. 3b. 1 0 O H K. Collins, Sb. i 11 Jackaoa. If... Felsch, cf... a, 1 1 Oandii, lb 4 : I ; 2 Risberg, ss... 0 .2 ' I.ynn. c 1 2 a , 1 Shelenbacb, p4 1 - 5.. IT; A - E. e . - 2 i g - Totals " I H IT 17 11 "Felsch failed to bat: aa last man up !n ninth : - :'.:..' Indians.............. 0 00 20tft - I White Sox ... 1 0 0 4 0 0 0 1 112 Two - base ' hi la Iotshaw. Risberg. - C Collins. Double plays Wolf to Yerkea to Covlnjrtoa. Lft on Basest Indiana, S; White feox. iOl . Hit a Off Ferrell. 7 and a runs !n 4 innlnr; off Simmons.' and runs tn 2 - J In ning: oft Dal. 4 and 2 runs in 4 1 - 1 lnnlnga. Rtrack out By Ferrell. ; by Dale. I: by Shalonbskch. k. - Winning pitcher Shellenbach. Loalrur pitcher Ferrell. Wild Pitches By Shellenbach. 2. Pasaed balls By Lynn. 1; by Heniinerll. 'rmplree McCarty and Mc. Kee. , City said fV: LOXDRES SIf APE. 7c 3 for 20c 4 5 I - aa . :.: - : v : ;?fX . :; - .;V;;.;,'J .tv:" - ' : VEST'S "V1LD MAN" TO DRIVE AT SPEEDWAY D'ALENE FILES ENTRY IN 500 - , MILE SWEEPSTAKES RACED . " : HERE BEFORE. - Wilbur D'Alene, dubbed "the wild man from the west." by rr.ee drivera. f has filed his entry for the 500 - mile Victory sweepstakes, to be run May 31. on the Indianapolis Speedway. In his last two starts on the speedway U'Alene finished second and third In the 300 - mile and 100 - mile race, respectively. He drove a Dues - enbera: car In both events And he will pilot the same make of car in his attempt to win a share of the 150.000 purae. D'Alene started his racing: career on the dirt tracks. Tiring: of this style of racing - he essayed to mix with the big leaRuers and. , consequently, entered a race on the old dirt speedway, at Tacoma. It was At that time that the drivers hung - the "wild mn" appelatlon on his name. He took the lead tn this race and drove like a fiend. Soon his car hurtled the track in - a cloud of dust. D'Alene emerg - ed from the wreck without serious in - Jury, A week later, while drivlnj? on a dirt track at Seattle, he lived up to his reputation , by setting - a pace that was too fast for the flat turns and as a result he tore down a few yards of fences and narrowly escaped death. . In 1918, the laat racing season that really counted. D'Alene finished sixth In the A. A. A. championship, belna; outranked only by Dario Resta, John Aitkens, Eddie Rlckenbacker, Ralph DePalma and Earl Cooper. In two major events of that season he romped home as runner - up, finishing two minutes behind Resta In the Indlanapolla 300 - mile race, and fourminutes behind Altken In the 300 - mlle Cincinnati contest that opened the Sharonvllle board track. Five days later he wu third to John Alt - ken and HuRhte Huarhea lo the 100 - mile event of the Harvest auto racing - classics, decided on the Indianapolis track. The same year he took seventh place In the Chicago 300 - mile event, flnlshlna - eleven minutes behind Darlo Resta, the winner. This vear D'Alene will aeain drive la 19H model Duesenberg. lie has . . . V. I 1' I I I i - T O rm e u a partncrsnip wun iiiia.ni Vetere. of Brooklyn. N. Y.. and will race the car all eeason. Vetere will be more than a business partner, aa he will ride as D'Alene's mechanic. The Dueaenberg - engine has a bore of 3.75 Inches and a stroke of ."5 inches, giving a rating of 298.2. ' i A I ndianapolis April 23, 24, 25, 26. Games called 3:30 p. m. ' Watch . for , the. Ball in Front of Thompson Lunch Room. i , A saa Aasl ssaMtarAeVS aaAaa4.SWAaAaaa MtMiawMt,MaW V SETTINCUP EXERCISES (No. 3) Cennjs . " .e '. I I. Luflt obliquely forward to te rutht anal raiae arena over head, laterally . . Bead trank forward and awing arm downward and apward. Resume hret peraitlea. . Resume poaltlon ef attention. Krpeat. left. rlM. lett. - ete. k S - 4. - . - t. Take these each momlnt 1st year Lewis Untoai Sait. VOU get longer wear A oramaniy expect or. undergarments in Lewis Union Suita. Examine a Lewis garment that has braved many launderings. Observe how its shape, style, set are retained unimpaired. Every year, for forty years. Lewa k added touches that make for greater comfort. r - re distinction, added value. All sixes, styles, and fabrics to suit the price you care to Oaly At Best Store aleele has not Lewis Uaasst Soata. af adviea ua. V "iH ee that yeaj are sapeai. LEWIS KNITTING CO. JANESVILLE . WISCONSIN TlfetroeWterk every Lewi a nnni) i 1 ea Tea vaW LawV foe if. I L n PLACE FOR EVERY ONE IN WEDNESDAY PARADE MR. FAN. HCOSIER KIDS, ELKS, MAYOR. GOVERNOR. BOY SCOUTS WILL GO. OFFICIAL LINE OF" MARCH Every deUil of the Elks baseball parade for the opening of tha American Association Kay ball season haa been arranged - There Is nothing - left but for the orraniiations. officials, the fans and yie kids to fall la with the festivities of this day of ral sport. The whole i - ian of parade haa been arranged by the grand marshal. Fred JU Bodenmiller. A platoon of mounted police will lead, followed by the Indlanapolla Military Rand. Mayor Jewett, and City Officera: (lorrrnar rtnrrl ric h and state oncer, and the remainder of the! very wide assortment of parade units, but All of which will make a fu - i ting openlnsr of the 1519 baseball a.on. 1 The parade wilt start from Meridian; And. ermont streets, using the cross streets for orrantzarlon. The parade will move weet tn Vermont street to Illinola Atreet: south in Illinois street to Ohio: east In Ohio to Meridian: south In Meridian to Circle: three - fourths round the Circle to Market; east In Market ta Delaware: south tn Delaware to Washington, and west tn Waahir.g - tcn to the park. The Knights of Columbus, because Manager Jack Hendricks ia a member of that organization and because Manager Jack served overseas with the K, of C secretaries, are going to come out In full force. The Knights of Colummts membership Is asked to be at the clubhouse on North Illinois street At 1 o'clock Wednesday, from which place they will march tn a body to Join the other parade units. The Elks will have the candidates for the lodge march with the members. There are 600 of these candidates. And they will help to swell the numbers. . . For Liberty Loan. The Boy Scouts drum corps has been added and will head one of the sections. Boy Scouts will march In the parade, as part of the demonstration of the Marion county Liberty loan commit - 1 te In the efforts to end the Job. j The kids have generally been supplied ( with tickets, though at the Klks' Club) there Is still a bunch of these tickets.) which will be availahie for bovs to tie after school Wednesday. By calling tha game at 3:30 the kids, no matter from j what part of the city they come, may; see all or most of the crame. j The motor trucks which will carry the special feature floats, have all been j decorated - These - were ail donated by' motor truck dealers, and arranged for ; by John B. Orman, executive of the Indianapolis Automobile Trade Association. .. The complete marching order for' the parade follows: - Grand mare hall. Fred T,. Bodenmiller; pla - toons of mounted - police. Indlanapolla Military Band. Mayor Jewett and - eluh man. a rem. Governor Ooodrlch and party. Indlanapolla Mm n. V, O. K. Klka. candidates fnr local VJtrat t rwA r. nmntN. Ami, am tor trucks. Indlanapolla baseball eluh in ! auto. ft. Paul club In aufoa. pros repre - j eentattve,. hand. - civic organisations, Knlshts of Columbus. Optimists' Club. Rotary Club. ' Klwanls Club, America Cl"b. Chamber of Commerce. Board of Trade. Boy Koouta' drum ' corps. Boy Fcouta. the kids, amateur team j in uniform, fana In auto. j BREWERS AT LOUISVILLE. I ..KVANSVIIaLE, Ind., Arril 2?. The i Milwaukee Brewers, under the manage - j ment of Clarence H. Rowland, i who; have been here for the last three weeks j doing their spring training at Boaj field, left today for Louisville, where t they wtll play the Colonel tomorrow I At the opening of the American Aseo - elation. The Cleveland, club, hers for! the last three days to 'play exhibition fames with the Brewers, left last night t for Detroit, where they will open the' season. Manager Rowland was well pleased with.Bosse field as a training park. Famous Hoosier Dos Dead MADISON. Ind.. April 22. Rlverview Queen Toba, & great field trial bird dog that had . won a number of prUes throughout the United States, owned by Fred Herbs t. this city, is dead of ptomaine poisoning. Toba was In t Ire hands of a professional trainer In Alabama until a short time ago. Dor fanciers placed a value of from 11.800 to $2,000 on Toba. ... f Washington '.' - Park vs. St. Paul than pay. sTijii ? r? ? v.v. II j ' . - 1 t you K 7 I; 'aassa COLONELS GET SULLIVAN AND COREY FROM SOX LOLTSVIUI April General Kan - ager "VNnuiam Neal today announced the release by the Louisville American Association club of rltcher Henrv Jones to Charlotte, of the Carolina Aasoriation. and the purchase of pitchers IZdward Corey and John Sullivan from the Chicaeto White Sox. Corey suffered an injury which Incapacitated him for the greater part cf last season. Sullivan, it was said, is best known because of hia work last season with the Great Lake naval training station team. BUTLER VS. FRAr.KLlfi TODAY Butler College meets Franklin college, at Irwin field today. In the second game In two days. Butler lost to Purdue at Itfayette yesterday. 14 to 4, In a raerged game. Coach tul - lane will use a somewhat different lineup today, and win have his star Pitcher. Lundy Welborn. working In the box. - - Butler Is - many times more anxious to take today's game than to win a game every day In the week with Purdue. For I. C A. 1 standing Is at stake In the game todav and the Furdue defeat will not affect Butler's I. C. A. JL. rattrtfr. Butler will take n Karlham at Richmond Friday. The game today was scheduled to beginIn Irvington at 3 o'clock. IA FATnTTIi Ind , April Purdue ha t an easy ttme defeating Butlera team here yeaterdAy. 14 to 4. Never once were the BilT Makers pressed, and Purlue tried cut many second string plajcr. Tha score, by Inntnca: j , mi.;. Hutler iee30 440 Pvrttto ........ 4 0 3 3 1 1 1 14 li T Hattertaaowyno and Portteus; Heine and Grlner. Yo u r Sp ring S u You need lighter clothes for the warm days just ahead. Do yourself justice. Don't be satisfied with . anything less than the ' highest type of made - to - measure fit. L - Insist on getting the purest of woolens the most modern of styling the careful hand - tailoring that makes good Iook3 last longest. These things you ALWAYS get in KAHN made - to - measure clothes. Second Floor Kahn BUg., A . ,.o i,.. Arc you drivinrr vour transmission - '"rough shod"? The surfaces of the gears in your transmission arc like fine sandpaper so fine that you can't see the rough spots without a microscope but foTmidable enough to bz a scriou3 menace to the life of the whole transmission unless properly guarded caicct. And that is the chief duty of MJGn 'Cfl" LaVj' L - J Im ailai Ui a. I ai tJ The graphite in this lubricant "fills in between the high spots end stays there making a permanently smooth slippery surface, impossible to obtain in any other way. , And the presence of the graphite effectually prevents wear by preventing mctal - to - metal contact. Oil and grease unaided crc not enough. They must be combined with zrc.?.Uitc r in Dixon's to get truly satisfactory re ;u!i Don't attempt to mix graphite and n' - - yourself. Ask your dealer for l):::c:. Graphite Transmission and ' Different':! Lubricant. AA your tia!r aooaf Cjion't sart'.sf nraliar rraJarfj in. cao'ing th famont Cue Cressa joseph pircori j nrir n y city, ti. j. CstablUked 127 N . ea ea - I - . The High School I.:ie grot under way yesterday afternoon. anJ the teams seemed full of pep. Tech corded three game?, while Manual won two and ShortridA one. Heavy f!fr' nni loose plajinar cati"od nir.awav t ra l - i the first round. The Nationa - - , r.f Tech ran over the Indians, cf . rt ri ice like tho Germans ran over i Letum! the score of thi Kitrn" bolr.cr Cl to 1 Other result", follow: Blues. ".Tech. V and Redo, Manual. 5: l:iavf, Tech. 14, and Colonels, hortrkls - . 4: Carci - nala. Manual. t. and IJirais. Tech. 4: i: .t - arj, Shortridjr. i and Uravcs. Man - Tigers. Manual. 12. ar.d Cub". Short rid re, T. The next gmes will be played - on Thursday, and much clos - er competition as espected. WABASH LOSES SMEEK, CriAWFORDSVILLi'n, Ind.. April Lleutenant Paul I. Eheek. former coach of Wabash collese athletic trams", has accepted the position a - he;tj of the cac'hin: ptaiT of the lli'.l i hool, i:i Pottsdam, I'a. Hill sthovd ranks Rniomr the best of the preparatory p.. hot - ls of the e.tAt and its athletio to.i!i;s rncpt freshmeri teams of . the Ptrger i:r,fvorl - tiei. Lieutenant Slie!v cc,i . !'.ed th Little tliant te.ims for two t - rs anJ made an enviable repiit.!i - n ' !;..' n.i oolleee athletK - . Sheek loft s sl ash i'i the spring of 1?'.7 to enter the f r.t cH - cers trainirtr caiv.n at i't. l; - nij.imin Harrison. He w:t! pert overyi - va. wit - i lottery C " - - th Hold artiUery cf the Mth division, and was coch of the .i vi! - n'a football team in Frnve. IJ &:.io h.td athletic work at Camp Tavlor. ? I it, j Iv 'v Washington and McrUian CRUCISLE CO. s ' - ' - . ' i 8 ts as,arvaa - t M . m mmm

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