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THE LINCOLN SUNDAY STAR 3>j^3DarNB.sl*c.t5Co 3!beo>‘®t CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING TWENTY-FOURTH YEAR LINCOLN, NEB., SUNDAY, APRIL IS, lOiG. SECTION lì TEN PAGES Nebraskan Shows Heels to Field in Record Time LOCKE STAR OF KANSAS RELAYS IN F Nebraska Fleetfoot Reels Off Century varsitv squad at Nebraska Establish New World Record. In World Record Time; Buskers Smash Half-Mile Mark. LAWRENCE, Kas., April 17.—Athletes of the state of Nebraska, headed by stellar performances by University of Nebraska men, shared largely in the honors of the fourth annual Kansas relays here this afternoon. Features of the afternoon included the setting of a new world record of 1 minute 26.6 seconds in the half mile relay by the Cornhusker team, the running of the world record of 9.6 seconds bv Roland Locke of Nebraska in winning the finals of the hundred yard dash and the equalling of the Intercollegiate record foe the quarter-mile relay by the University of Kansas quartet in 42 seconds flat. New Meet Records. Rounds Out Season Of Spring Training. Red Team Downs the Blues By Point Margin Of 19 to 7. brt)a*l Mrct rernrds wet** ?pt by Iowa unlv»*r«lfy tn th«> onn tnllo rolay at 3 mlnutra 20 Hocond.s, t)y Occidental colleg»* of 1 . 0 « AnKclcH In tho college class hatf-Tnllo relay at 1 minute 28-1 seconds, by Haker Untver- sltv of Kansas In the collepc class medley at 7 minutes 42.3 seconds and In the Javelin throw by Jolm Kuck of Kmporla State Teache.s rollege with a throw of 20*» feet G 1-4 Inches. ,, Charley Hoff of Norway, worbl pole-vault kluK. after considerable delay and refusal to vault until a battery of moving picture men w< re removed from range of Ids domain, vaulted to 13 feet 4 tnche.s. a new American outdoor record, the old mark being 13 feet 3 set bv F K. F(»ss, tdcugo Athletic ctub at the 1920 Olympic W Irsig of Nelirnska. Carter of «a» Aggies anil Cox of Oklahoma vaulted with Hoff. .Uo-i Ideal weather romlltlons prevail«*! an*l the athb tes hn*l a fast track upon which to perform. Weir Second in Hurdle*. Other Untver.slty *>f f, points Included sec*»n*l m ’***’ hurdles by Ed Weir, a for first in the pole vault by VS r Big. third in Hie shot put 1>V melmeyer. third In tlie iuy. second In the one-mlle lelay iintl second in the runrvinij jump by Ktepliens. For Creighton university Omalia Kean won third tn the hun- ?red yard dash and tied for fourth in the tiroad Jump. Web-ti of Jbistlngs colteg^. Hast ings, Keb-. took fourth in the 3,000- metro run. ., . Great Day for Huekera. It was a great day f<*r Corn- husker athletes, yet hard luck pursued the In the quarter-mlle retai. iiem. running second an*l Ualley Jumlded ihe pats of the bal.m and it vvas dropped. Nebraska not iho t'ornhuskers appeared to b* well uu in the, field. This race was also sliy university team, which was intend- ?ng to rL. a» the Hawkeyes got caugU behind a track wreck and Shi not reacli th*- fb'id in time for the race. Howe\er. lo'va made up for this disappointment by winning “'Lcki inA’idltton h,» worM record equalling in the t^e first heat in 9-8 seconds showing he was in great form. ^ "llg»»‘ breeze was blowtng. but Uefeiee Viebitiig H. Yost declared the •* G se*'*»n«ls mark w**uld stami as a n - cori as tlie wlml was l.Iowtng ‘."ru;. ;r,o. tra. k and ....I with Ihc runmi. Comp*tit*on. In the lialf-mlle relay, the torn- Luskers had tough jivhawk- llllnols and Kansas, th* Ja>l>a e,s falling behind at “t« Ti.ioney. anchor man, but Itunois Ivarcomlng fast at Ia.*;k*> s beets to the tape. The new* world r**cord rstabllshed by Nebraska liroke tlu' u 1 minute 27 seconds, set 3 a waiw rhcard hy Illlnol.. Ikiat vear at tlio Kansas relays. \V¿lr of Ncbra.ska won bis heat of the high hUfilles in IG.e. the same time as Tanner *)f Oisddental later won the finals, but the * all,‘™la nyrr led W.lr h. She ta,.e bv four f*et In th** finals. Locke le.l the field tn ttie hundri.1 ahuost from tho «btrt. running p* - f„,.tlv ami breaking tti*‘ tap* thre* yar*l‘s uheatl *>f Dellumara of Notro l»amc. who t«H»k second. Paulen’* Fa*t Quarter. Adrian I'aulen. Hutch ml.blb* ebH.uplun. ran a handb ap quar cr lutlc to win in 48.9 sei onds in ta. y **^The shot put «iuel between Kuek and Hclissarz*-. the latter a Wl«* on ain university stud*nt. competing unaltach.st. In tb« special open evt'nt. did n*it materialize into a world re*-ord. neltluT man reach iig RO feet Kui k Wt.n the r<'guhir shot put event at 49 fe* t 2 1-2 Inohe.«. The summary; Univereity Relay*. 880-yar«l relav sV *>n t.y .N’etiraska (Hein, l>al!*v, l>«v*'nport. L.ske); aiM-oml. Mtnots; third, Kansa.s Time 1 mtnulii 2« 6 s* *-omts. .New WHirld rec*>r«t.l Two.rath r* lay -Won bv .Northwestern t!leyn**ltls. Furrey, Har- brey, Martlnt s.-'ond, Kmsa,'* Ag- (Contlnued on Huge Tw * ) ’ClUB tf ANDIN^ \4KSTKUN l.KAtilK. St Joseph ____ rúlsa ................ itnului ............ !>*«.. Moines ... lUiUhdtna City WichUa .......... blntuln ............ Denver ............ 'hlcago .... New York ., Detroit ........ (’levelaiKl ... Washington . Hoaton ........ l’htl.i(lelphia .St. Loul* .. o VV L . . . 4 4 0 . . . 4 3 1 . . . 4 2 2 . . . 4 22 ... 4 2 2 . . . 4 22 . . . 4 1 3 . . . 4 0 4 'AN LKAtilK. U VV L ... 4 .3 I ___ 4 3 I .. . .1 2 I ... 3 2 1 .... 5 3 2 .. . . 4 2 2 .... 5 1 4 ____ 4 0 4 N.4TION.4L l,K.%*ilE. I'htleilelphia St. Louis . . I'lnrlnnatl . N’«w York . ' 'hirago Urooklyn ... I'ittshurgh . Hoaton ........ (i \V L, ___ 6 4 1 --- 5 41 .... 4 3 1 . . •. t :i 1 ____ 4 13 ____ 4 t .3 --- 6 1 4 . ... 6 I 4 Pet 1.0ÜO .750 ,500 .500 .600 .600 .260 .000 Pet .750 .760 .Oti? .667 ,600 .500 .200 .000 Pet . soo .600 .76*1 .760 .260 . 250 .200 .200 AMEKIl'AN ASHtKIATIDN, I.oulavllle . .. Minneapolis , InUianapulta Toledo ......... St Paul --.Milwaukee . t'niuinhun .. Kansas City vv 4 4 .1 3 1 I 1 Pet. 1.000 .600 .750 .750 .260 . 2bO .200 .000 NGOLN F NCI ST FEST Capital City Trackmen Win High Point Honors In Athletic League. Individual Laurels Go To Miller and Warga Of Havelock High. H«»IV TIIKV W’OHK.O. I.Ineoln ....................................................... Hsveloclt ........................................... I’nlverally Pl«*e ......................... |telti»n.v ..................................................... r«lr> »11 I'rep ................................... Temple High ........................................ .SI .1.4 ,.14'» . . .4 . . .V . . -*1» Lincoln high school carried off tlic honors tn the flr.«t annual Hr«ater Lincoln Athletic ussoelatlon track and field me.-t, hebl at the local oval Katurday aft«>rnoon. ^be U*‘t uiu.u tnirksters scored nl WESTERN LEAGUE. Lincoln at OklsHoms City. Omaha at St. Jo**ph. Da* Moine* at Tut**. Oanvar at Wichita. AMERICAN LEAGUE. N*w York at Washington. St. Loui* at Dotroit. Philadelphia at Boston. Ct*v*land at Chicago. NATIONAL LEAGUE. Boston at N*w York, Brooklyn at Philadelphia. Pittsburgh at Cincinnati. Chicago at St. Louia, AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Iodianapolis at Milwaukee. Columbus at St, Paul. Louiaville at Kansas City. Toledo at Mtnneapolta. Black triieksters points. Havelock high was runner- up with a total of 45 points. The Saturday mc*’t was the first event under the auspices of ttie (Ireater Idiicoln Athletic league and a good-stzed orowtl was on hand to Mce the athletes perform. Lincoln Squad Balanced. Foaeh Floy*l Hautsch’s l.lnc«)ln S 4 )uad app*‘.'»r*'*l w'«‘lt-l>alan*'«*d, tlio capital team aiuring tn every evetit. The main Ltnroln strength was *n tlie distan*'*» events, th«- lied and Black Hc*irlng elglit points In the distance an«l ml«t*ite distan* *' «'vents Etturton won a fust mtl*- from ills t*ammat*', Houldi'r. The first uppearan*'*' of Etlurfon pr»»mtses a great d*al from lilm as the s*"ason progresses. I’ulUng iigatnsf a str*mg wlml on ev*'ry lap, Tru*; of Idmoln stepped th*' iuiif-mli** In 2 minutes, 10 3-10 seconds. Ernie Tlniiali made a valiant attempt to better tlie state lilgl» school re*'ord in the sh*>t-i>ut, but Ibe best be c«>ubl K«'t wa.s a llltl«* under 43 feet Tindall took the dls- cu .>4 thr<»w with a h*uve of lOS feet six Ini'hes Competition in Jumo*. I'lcre*' of til*' Ue«l ami Bla* k tritic showed good form tn the lilgh Jump, making a leap of 5 f«'**t *5 1-4 lni'h*'S. In til** liroa*! Jump, wlilcli was no* decided until the final !<ap. .Miller, Haveinck. la at *»ut Tomson, Lincoln, by a quartcr#«tf an Inch. I lefeuderf* r, Wcsb yan f'r« p glaii*, captur*«! the Ja%*tin ttirew with a i heav*' of ir.O feet HI Incti* ■*. Miller j made a strong att*'iupt to beat tii | \Ve*leyan youth's throw, l»ut lie; tai'ked Hinu’st tinee feet wdien tli« ' f inal « ount was taken Mill*r and Warga. Mill*'*' and *1 Warga, mainstays of tlie Haveloek iggn'gatton, lia*i H’ontimied *m Dag** Two ) State Champion At Net Snort On Methodist Team BY GREGG McBRIDE. The 8 C 4 Yion of spring football training, prepaiatory to the 1926 University of Nel»ra.s'ka gridiron «ampat.gn, w'ound up Saturday after loon when Coach Ernest E. Bearg .«ent two squa«Is of athletes through a practice game on stad- 1u m sod. The practice till resulted In a 19-7 vlctorv for the Beds, hut the Blues wete ' el liming a moral triumph. Uoarh Bearg having c*mceded the red -Jerse y'cd athl*»tes a 20-point margin at the start of the conflict. The Saturday exhil>ltlon by the .nolcskin pastlmers was another evidence of the progress Bearg and hi.s staff of coaches have been making In the i-'lg.skln .sport this spring. The tw'*> t<ams worked In a fairly smooth fa sillon and put up a brand of gan.e wl.leh far surpass**! the cxhltiltlon at the close of the 1925 feason. Howell and Brown. Blue Howell and "Jug” Brown were jiow.irful factors in the scoring done by the rcd-shlrts. Ilow’ell drove across for two counters, while Brown raced 58 yards througli a l>roken field for the other. Wally Mi.rrow, fleet Omaha Cen- ral ball-lugger and Arnold Oelrtch, I'olumbus boy who was on tlie \arslty siiuad last fall, romhlned to score the Tilucs’ tally. Oehlrlch ripped up tiie Red line with powerful off-tackle plunges, while Marrow conlrlhufed some sparkling liroken field runs and broke through tho Red line ami whirled aw-ay from a pair of tarklers on an 8-y.ard jaunt for the Blu.*- touchdown. OiitsUindIng performers m the Red line were I^a'vvson, Lee, McMullen ami D'orlsch. Lawson and Lee, loth lett*»r men, fiad things pretty wedl their own way at end, while Mi'.Mulleu at g'lard ami Durlsch at lai'kle were effective in turning t-ack tlie Blue attack, Moril.son and Holim's, opposing r*ntcrs, both : hoW'd up to a good advantage. Bror;*on Ran Red Team. “.tug” lîrown was in at a halfback position oil tho Red team, with Bronson catting slgn.-ils. Bron- 6on aceme*i to fit in well at running the team and, in addition contributed a number of good gains. Victor Beck, Broken Bow, and "Hlgo” Atidrew.s. Randolph, who t articlpab'd in the g.ime of two weeks ago, were on the sidelines !>e< au.so *>f injuries recelvi d in practic*» the past week- t’larence Rai.sli, vet* r.in cu.ird. Is nursing a c'iiarlijvhorae, wiille a number of le*trr men, including Uaptaln Lonnie .»itlner, are ineinlu r.s of the varsity track squad and .are n*»t out for spring footliall. A piiir of costly fumbles after the ball had lieen advanced well In nine tenltory balked the Red.« in a drive fovvani a touchdown in the opening t|ii;>rler. Burnham recov ered boHi fumlilcs. The f.rst gave the Blues the i.all on flieir own 3."»- yaril tin« l»ut Llndell a as .soon forced to !»unt and his 40-yar*l kick sent Hi*' Reds liai k past mlil- fleld. Butnhain's second r***overy nulllfb'd a 25-yard gain turned in l»y Brown. Red* Recover Fumble, ‘ Broken field work by Watty Marrow of the Hlu«'S a«lvanced the ball into Re*l t'grltory, iiut the Bl'i« advance was hilted when Branson ZERO STRING TO ZWILLING GANG Links Let Down For Five Hits; Shut Out, 4 to 0, In Opening Clash Of Series With Indians. OKLAHOMA cm, Okla”, April 17—Hacked by sensational support and tightening in every crisis, Charley Lyons, twenty-year-old recruit from the Mississippi Valley league, shut out Lincoln, 4 to 0, in the opening game of the series herli today. • Brodie Thompson again was the slugging star with two singles and a triple in four times up. The Indians stole eight bases. The score: —Photo by MacDonald. The University of Nebraska 880-yard relay team established a new world record for the half-mile event when the Cornhusker sprinters were clocked tn 1 minute 26 6-10 seconds at the Kansas relays bat- former record was 1 minute 27 second.**, established by the University of Illimds quartet In 192». Members of the team are Perly Wyatt. Scottsbiuff. (alternate) Bill Hein. Wilber; Roland Locke. North Platte; Boh Davemwrt, Norfolk; Frank Dailey. AUlanee; Coach Henry F. Schulte. ______________________ String of Blanks For Chicago’s Sox; Held to 3 Blows CHU'ACil, April 17.—lU. P.)—♦'hl- lago’fl White Sox were set down witii llire*» hit.** «nd lost to the Cleveland Indians here ltd.*» aftern«)on. 2 to 0. Miller was on the mound for Cleveland. Tlioinas pitcher a six-hit gatne for the Sox. The score; Cleveland. AU II 4 4 s Y MAULS PAIRO AAERS Tulsa Slugger On Rampage And Oilers Take Game From Des Moines. TUT.S.A, Okla., April 17—Two horn** run« from the hat of Guy Sturdy und circuit clouts by Tony U oko and Joe Rlggert accounted for eight runs today, Tulaa heating Des Moines. 12 t<* 6 Sturdy boosted his lioine run t*)tal to f*)ur, an average of one p«'r day for the, season to date. Heoi'ge Blae-holder wa.s hit hard, tint lightened when hits meant runs. Malone and M. Thomas were battered hard, while McClung lield the Oilers sc*»reless in the last two Innings: The score; Dec Moines AH R HBO A !•: ..........5 1 2 1 ft (1 ............ 1 2 2ft 4 ..........5 <» Ô0 2 0 ..........4 <1 13 ft (I ..........4 0 1 21 1 ..........4 0I 5ft ft ..........3Ü ft4 1 0 ..........3 1 2 7 1 4 ..........1 n(1 01 ti p ...1 1 1 0 4 0 . ....1 ft 3 ftft ft ..........0 ft 0 0 0 (1 ..........11 1 0 *) 11 _ __.— — — ..........376 11 241ft 2 Hughes, cf Braussen, 2b Knotlte. ss tJriffin, rf . Wetzel, if . (’olllns, 11» Knaiipp, 2b Haworth, c Malone, p . .M. Thomas, ( ils'ason .McClung. p Ablxitt Totsls ............ iJlslason batted for Thonisa In Tth., Ablxjtt batted for McClung In 9th. Lent. If ........ Herghammer. Patterson, cf Sturdy, lb ... Riggert. rf .. Dezdirtz. 3b . Lewis, S.H ... Keg*, c ........ Blaeholder, p Gaddis Outfit Bids For Games The Gaddis Construction Co. ha* entered the field with another faet baseball club thi* eea* sen. Gaddis Contractors are in the market for out-of-town games. Managers interested should call E. R. Gaddis at F2889 or write Manager J. L. Stroud, care of Star Publishing Co. Joetown Shuts Out Omaha And Boosts Its Siring To Four In Row. AB R HPO A F, .. .4 0 2 3 ft (1 :b .4 2 3 1 3 1 1 .. .51 11 ft *1 .... .5 4 2 15 (1 ft ! ! ! ! 3 t 3 ft1 ft ____3 1 ft 2 7 ft — 1 1 1 221 ____4 1 1 31 1 ____4 1 10 10 ...3*512 13 2716 3 ____ft 0 12 ft ,1*ft ft 2— - 5 .... 23 1 ft 2 4 *1 0 X- -12 q'otat.** Des Moines Tulsa .... Huinn»aryr Two-im»« hit -Berghammer 2, Rlggert. Home run—Hughes, Sturdy 2, Rego, Riggert. Stolen l>a8e— Hughes Braussen, Hawortl» 2, Abbott, Rlggert! Double play—Wetzel to Haworth; Pezdlrtz to Bergliammer U) Sturdy Left on base—l>e.s .Moines 7, Tulsa 4. Base on balls—*)ff Malone 1, off Thonwis 2. off Blaeliolder 1. Struck out—By .Malone V. by 'I'hoinas 3. l»y Blaeholder 4. Runs and hits—Off .Malone, 5 and o in 1 1-3 innings; off Thomas, 7 and 8 In 4 2-3 innings; off Mt'«'lung. 0 an*l 0 in 2 lnnlng.s. Hit i>y pitched hall —Knaupp tby Uiuchol 1- er). Balk—Thomas. Wild pitch—Bl««* liolder, Thomas. lojslng lone. Umpires—Toman and VV hltbeck. Time—2:17, _______ Varsity Tennis , Squad Selected At Nebraska U. Seven mctnlicrs of the University of Nebraska tennis squad were selected at an eltmtnatlon tournament held on the university courts last week. Members sclc<‘ted are Paul Shlbl- JJneck. Salem; John Newton. Ponca; Tom Elliott, VVe.st Point; .lohn Sfraka. H;ivelo»k: Kenneth Hat- torl. .lapan; Wesley Sunderland, Limmln; .1. C Hunt, Llm'oln. 'n»c eight nt«*mhera of th*' squad will he decided In a Monday matcli between Ed Haves *»f t’heyenne, Wvo., and Richar*! M*-yers *>f V'ork. Ttie first varsity match will be with the Drake team at Lincoln May 1. ST, JOSKPH, M.I.. April 17. — The Saints continued their winning streak toda.v;, taking a one-sided battle from tho Omaha Buffaloes, scoring 14 runs while Lefty Swartz held the visitors scoreless. 'J'he Saints took three in a row from Denver and iux>ceeded to kmx'k off Omaiia to continue in first liliice. *’li*shr». Saint first iiascman, i Tushed a home run in tlie sixth in nlng. scoring Fielder and Kelly aliea*! *>f liim. Manager Kelly, last year with Omaha, got four hif.s In four times at l»at, tlireo of tlieiu being doubles. Tlic score: Jamieson, if . .Spurgeon, *2b Speaker, cf . J. Sewell, sa Burns, lb .. Summa, rf . liUdtke. 3b . Sewell, c Miller, p--- Totals Harris, cf .. Scott, ss .... *'nl’lns, 2b .. .Slieei.V, -I* . . Falk. If --- lîutley, rf ... Schalk, c ... Kainm. 3b .. Th*imas, p .• Mcihirdy. th (irataiwskl .. Hiinnefleld . V’eltman . .4 ..4 ..4 . .4 ..2 ...32 2 Chicago. All n 4 3 3 3 3 3 ;. . 3 3 , .1 . J . .<• . .1 0 H B« 1 K t-: ft 1 I ftft 1 5 ft ft 3 ft ft ft 11 0 1Ifi 1 0 2 2 (1 « 2 1 5 ft ft 1 1 0 ft , 1 3 (1 ....— fi2 ( Ifi ft H B<> A F, ft 1 1» 1 0 2 3 *1 ft 3 1 ft 1 •5 ft ft 1 4 ft 0 ft 4ft ft ft 4 1 1 ft1 3 0 ft 0 4 ft ftft 0 ft 1 II II 0 ft 1» ft ft 0 ■ ft 0 0 03 12 2 Harris tn the Lincoln, •vn R 11 BO A I-', Hlcnkimn. rf ...,3 ft2 2 ft II i'iwan.Hun. 2ti ...,5ftft 2 :it Bl'iodgi'od. cf ...3 ft 13 ft <1 ft ft 2 ft (1 Ounthor, U» .... 4 ft ft 11t 0 H.'iley. «..» ..............4 ft0 1 7 ft «Sut t lrl*er, sa . .. . t ft 122 ft Bnn'ker, c ..........ftft ft 2 1 VViiIca_ c ..............3 ft 1 ft ftft Kccnsn, p ..........2 ftft ft 2 1 I'oiipcr .................1)ft ftft d •1 B h II hs . p ..............*,11 ftft ft I fl Zwilling ..............1ft(1 1) 0 ft M.arty ..................ft ft ft ft 0 ft _ _ Totals ............31 ft 5 24 18 :> «'ooper liatte<l for Keenan in 7tii. Ztiilling bat led for Balla.« in ; mii . Marty lan for Zwllllng in 9H». Oklahoma City. AB R H I’u V F. Hock, K.s .1 ..........2 I I l fi II Tliumpaon, rf ...4 1 3J ft ft Funk. <f ..............4 ft ft 7 (1 (1 I'Vlbcr, If ..............t ftft1 1) ft .McDaniel, l^* ____4 U ft9 0 0 Bussen, 2b ..........4 1 •» 1 1 ft .Moote ...................... ft 1 5 4 1 FltzpalrU'k, c ...4 ft «12 0 ft J.yons. p ..............2 I ft ft 3 0 — mmm 'roíala ............32 4 7 2714 1 Lincoln ..................h ft I ft ft ft ft ft 0 (V_ft «»klfihoma <’itv ...ft «1 ;: ft 1 ft ft 1 X — t St . Joseph, AB K HI’O.V !■: 1 Miavez, ».« ... ... tJ 2 4 2ft Fichier. 3b ____ ... t3 1 ft 1 ft K* IIy. cf ......... ... t 4 47 ftft «M»esl»ro, Ih ... .. .51 2 l ft .V. .'fimlfh. If ... .. .4 2 3ii0 ft Fozington, rf . .. .5 ft 22 0 u Nufer, 2t) ........ . ,.5 il 1 2.3ft .Vd.ams. c .... .. .4 11» 72 0 Hwartz, p .... ... 5 1 1 ft 1 1 Totals ........ ..40 14 Ifi27 10 1 Omaha. AB R H BOA E Hallahan. 21» . .. .4 II 2 4 3 0 .'arroti, sa ..... . .4 ft Ü 0 ft 2 Henry, H» .......3 ft 0 7 0 0 Klakesley. If . . ..4 ft 1 ftft0 Brown, cf .... .. .4 ft22(1 ft Jones, 3b ........ .. .3li ■’ 3 1 ft Klle, tf .......... * . . 2 ft 1 1 ft II Meyers, c .... ---3 IIft *; ft •Maîlckey, p .. .. .2 0 1 t1 ft .VIttlier. p .... ---1 ft ftftft ft Total» .... . . .3«* *1 S 24 S 2 OmatiH ........ . . . .ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Ht. Joseph ...---t I 4 ft 2 3 4 ft X It Totals .............’ U,r Sh...y .n '".T"n‘’.v r.'": SiitnmHrv 'I'wo-base lilt Bums a ii »n., ...m- land. Tunc—1 :»»■__________ Grand Island College Meet Next Saturday (SUVND ISLAND. Neb.. „ , ref«r*c Ih-.'. ‘Entries must ,’’'’X the 1:30 N'**l»ruska V\’- «lev;m is In the field with a fast tennis team tills siuing Paul Mtthood. state singles «ham-' pion is a inemlxr of the Methialist ; racquet squiul. iitiu r leading ra. queteers in Vel-; low ,mi! Brown togs 'ite Alfied *'■ i- \iM of V oTK. me Ji. r of tim *’al vert «' lv«‘ft limilil* teisin vviiu'h w.is tuiincr uji in tiw stai • tout- ne\ la**t Viiguit «'harb's Me * .1 iuîl« -'*>, i ni\*'r' 'i\ I'ho r t*uiil U«.lln-sKv Fnltei itv P' o I’aul S e»»*'«, I'atiama. (Uontinue*! on l’ago Two.) BEARS illCTIAAS AD BUAAPIN Denver Knocked Down, 16 to 8; Witches Score 11 In Single Frame. VVK’HITA. Kas.. April 17 Wi.hlti W'on from Denver t<xlay, 1*> to **. tn a iratrly played tatlt game. It wa* Denver’» fuiirtti d*feat In as many games pli v*m1. Fll*- ptt*'iie<i nice liall for Wichita, lait had l»ad supp**rt in tae fourth I»»nver als*» idayed burleaque i.all in their half «-f «he fourth. gUtng Wichita n runs Tlie «.'ore. Falk, :b ... Berger, us «îing’Tdi, if Hoian. If • •. (»'Brien, t'f rtmitli c Horman, 3i> VVarn* r. lit .Vtonalian, p *ir»'*-r, 1 » . Honju. )t ... Total» ni i.'kell. . f i*oran 31» ,>-;chnei<l*'r, if «'otntii n, rf Swe*-ney. lb .lam*-» 2b .. .MB h.dl »» . Hai.%. 1 . File, p ... Wan... if . . Total« ... Jicn VVi'hBü Summar\ , Berg, r O Hin n, Sniltu Tlirt-e-h« ' hit .Mit iiel' Horn run Wano, and Brickrll >’olcn I'M'*' OBtfen Gor' man Swe* lU'V Vtltch*'!! S.- riflce lilt ' .MB 'liell I'oiitil». J. v ' IP rger *■» F-ik t . Warn^-r; Falk to Jter-'. r «' VV r n*' I,. ft on I. .s* D. n- I ver 6 ;d* . ' ic “e < ri h T« *>ff M.,na»,.,|, Ï i.T i C- off «ir. r A off \i :i Mr -k t B* .S'.nju . Run. and I B' «iff M<ut : 'O nd <* In J. ( ,ff < '-I, Ti a nd *1 in ■- inmn ,ff g, - p. and ' I»» 4 '-'' I In; Iras Bd I'll Í ■ r, 7 M inmna pB o, ■ p I , Ir>- u? loo VI .n." I n I • IT. M "'I ' ■ Ton. voDH ) 4I> T’*ow«»('» etaont Equals World Record. Denver. AH 11 H I*u A K ft 3 , , 4 . . . 4 ft 1 2 4 3r -, ft 'J *1<1 ft ...» ft ft 2 ft }\ \ 4 2t1 ft 1 ! 3 1 <1 I-. ! 1 5 1 ft¡ 1 I 1 26ft ft 1 9 1 ftI» ft ft ^ !. ft ft o ft ft ft ' ■« ---2 1 ftft ft 1 tft H 1« V) 5 i Wichita, AH It II Bu A F. . , 4 3 4 5 ft t 1 I)22 ft ! ' ’/ 2 ft ft ftft 1 !. 4 1 II ft :i . . 4 •» 2 13 1 ft ... 3 i1 1 0 ! . . . .3 1 rt .3 •* 1 .5 •J2 ft ftft ... 5 1 I ft 4 ft l - *) *1 , 34 H 1 . 27 1. ft 0 n 5 «1 ftft 1 s 1 ..Oft . 11 2 3 ftft X -1« "w - Im *elilt Briekeli i Sunimat.y; Runs an*t liits-*»ff ,Mal- ickey, 9 and 11 In 5 innings (none out In 6tl»i; off Matli»'*', » and 4 in 3 innings. Base on l>al1s—Off Bwarlz 2, off .Mallckey J. off Matlier 1. Struck out — Hy Swsl'tz 6. by Malickey 2, off Maflier 4. t.eft on base- St. Josci'ii 8, Omaha »? Wild pitch Matlier. Two- liasc hlt-«fvelly 3, Hallaban. Brown, A Smith. «'havoH, Blakels* y. Tliree-base Bit .Cozlngton. Home run *''‘hesi>ro. Double play- Fielder to Niif*T to Oiies- br<»; Niifer to Cliav**z to «*liesl»ro St<»len liase—*'ha .Viifer, Umpires Dosk and S< hreek. Time—2:1<* O’Rourke’s Smash In Final Inning Beats Brownies Di-n'ROIT. April 17. -- O'Rourke’s •toui'le off Za. liary in the last of til*' nlntli with Hie luises I'lsded gave Hm 'rigers H B to 4 victory in Hie <*penlng gain*; <»f tin* Herb'» wBli tlu* Browns here today. Holloway *»i« tied for D«'- troR, liui weakened in Hm elglBli and waa relieved by Harfoot. ’J'w'enty tbousand tnad*- Hie trek t » Navln field. ’I'he acore: St. Louis. AH it 4 1 4 J 4 1 4 0 4 <) 4 «I Walter Smith of land Y. M. U. A. will VhuS»?! Ap." =u. "V" l.n made Saturday at A ” meet getting the i»lant tm'ludlng <i -- • ‘ bHlveMoving . ups wilt he aw.ard*'*! the winning 880 -yar*i relay earn. the indlvl luHl 0^7 team wlmM. Hold. »H'er and bionz* medal« wlU be awarded etcnt winners. Plan Loud Speaker For Illini Stadium 17—How a footl*all URBANA. lU.. April often .while wltneasing wondered at the the referee ami gam*', have yon uf the contesHng l«*atn«- wanl*'*l to know l»ur«f. rf .. i>i Motte, S» Slsler. lb .. Wlllianis, If .McManii», 2b .I mi '*»!».-.'*!», < f Dixon c ............... 4 F, Roheitson. 3t) 4 V’t*n *il1d*-r, p ...2 Benmdf ..................1 Z.'i*iB*iv, p ...... I )’*> 4 1 11 4 1 Hie. upon «»tie Have you ever w o made a tirlUlHnt end run. *.r who tosse.l Hm f.uward j.uss Hiat ende.l in a t*mch«l*>wn .' The Fnlverstty of H»«»"»" »"’I.X ♦ tnak*' the gam*-, more inD restlnX f„r spe. U*t«.rH t.y the inalallattmi of u manum.H. bmd speaker «y« ««h whb'li probably wl operation this fall. 'I'he b*ud- oi»c*rHvM»ii III»*’ * ...... speaker. .'osHng »HhOfO and operating **n a radi*, hook-up .will b*' tlie first to bo tnstalled In Hm mbidïèrwest. "ihjrlng the past three years Hie I'niverstty of S*»utheru Uallf'irnia has HU<'ces«- fully usc'l a Himllar mucliln*« crowds of 75,000. Elkhorn Valley Ijoop In Action II a 't x ;*l 'rfiiHis ..........,3*» xTwo out wiien winning run »«•oi.d, B»nn*;tt li.Bted for Van Hit*! Ill Btli. VV'i»rner. 3h O'Rííurke 21» Wing.). If . . Ful her gill, < f IbllniHnn, tf Blue, H i . Tav-em r. Bai-sler, c ; 1 lulls way, p I Mill Ins --. W'cudall . . . ‘ B-.ifuot. p . I < ;. hriiiK*T i .N’eun ........ 1 <1 fi 1 WHS Flli:.M*»NT, Nell., April 17 Tli*' .'-iumm.'vry: ’Pw-o-bsse hit l?ler»klron. Blootlgood Tliree-liHse hit ThenB>Won. «'ussen. Haciiflcc Idt- Bliss, tlo.'k. Stolen Bb-nkirun. 1 luck. Thompson. Funk 2. Felher, Moore, l.y.ns.' B hs »' on Balls « »ff Keenan 2, off Lv- ons fi. Striu'k out B.V Keenan 1. hy Lvons 2. Huns and hits Off Keenan, 2 and 4 In «> Inntng.s; off I’atla.s. » nnd 3 In 2 l.*»Btng pitcla r Keen,in. Passed twll Fitzpatrick 2. Hrucker 2. Double ; i 1 hv Moore and t'ussen. Left on l*«se —Oklshoma *'ltv 7. Llneoln 11. Time 217). Finpli»'.s I'larke and leek DuBois Hi Team Wins Honors In County Compel KUBilIS Ncti., April 17. l>u- Hols high'on the, annual county Invitation track meet h.'ld hcr*i yeslenlay. DuBots scored 65 4-5 points, wtille Ver*l*m was .Hccon.l with 22 1-5 p.dnts, ('oaclt «'oryell's Duttols team scored in cv«»ry event except Hie shot put ami maile clean sweeps tn tlic gxO-yard and mile runs. VVaiB «)W **f Hu Hols I«'*t Hie scoring w'lHi 15 9-20 points. Werner of DuBots was second wBli 10 1-4 imlnts. l,.aRuc of Dutads wu.s thlr.l with 10 p*>intH. Summary of Meet. 100->ard «tasti VV’on l*y \V anrow, DuH*»!«; second, Mathews. Fawne*': «'By; third, Hloun, V’crdon. Ttme. 10.’i-19 seconds. Mile run Won i>y M. Clinton. DuBots; second. V. I'tinton. DuBois; Hilnl, lldi'iiraml, DuB*»is. Tim«', 5 miiiuti's 4 s*fomls. Discus Hirow VV’on l>y VVanr«*w, Dufbiis; second, Mar.sli V'erd«*n, Hilr«l Hapi» IP.m y <'ie*'k. Distance 105 feet. Broad Jump Won l>y Ijullue, DuBois; aeeoml, Sloan Verdón; thiril. Hinkle, Stella. Distance, 20 feet I ln*'h. 440-yard «lash—Werner, DuBots, ami Coin, I’awne«* City, tied foi first; thlr*l. .VI. Cllnt*m, DuBols. Time, 58 secomis. Higli Junjp -Won l»y Mnrsli, Ver- <lon; «ec*>n«!, Siailir DuBots; tle*l for third, Hhuss, Warnow, Hllde- l»ran«l, V. Ullnton of DuBots and Fritz, VirUon. HetglB. 5 feet 4 tnclies. 12-11». sliot put Won hy Sloan. V**rdon; secoml, Happ, llone.y <’r«'*'k; Hilnl, Sliuey, la wlston. Dls- tunce 37 feet 8 Im'lus, 880-yard run - Won !*y Werne*. DuBuls; secoml, V'. I'llnton, Du­ Bols; Hitr*l, M. «Minton, DuBots. Time, 2 min*B*'S 17 6-10 socomls .lavelln tlirow Won l»y Walck. DuBois; second, Hartung, DuBots; Hill'd,Shiiey, 1.« wlslon. Distance 125 feet It inclies. 220-yurd «tasti Won by Mattiews, I’awim- <Mty; sec*»ml, WatRow Du- Bol:-, Hilrd, Marsh, Vei-flon. Time, 24 310 seconds. I'jile vault Won l»y La Rue, Du B<»ls, H«'*l for second, Wunrow Du ■ I tails; \B <‘linl*»n, IniBo!*; lllnkl*', '.Stella; iJllilile, V'erdon. Helglit, 9 I fc* I 6 Im iicH. I Mil*' r*'lay Won ity DuBois; sc*'- finil V«'i'ton; flilrd. I’uwiiec <'tt.\. i'I’lm*', 3 mlniB* s 58 1-10 se*'omls. i I’oiiB total;; t>uB*»ts, «;.5 4-5; Raw lice <Mty, 12; L* \6Íston 2; St* Ila tn !• ID,.M* I, .>• 0-. ■■ ,,, I *,'* I doll 3” 1 5 ■:ikh«irn Valt*'y t.asclull league ''•‘M H*.n<'V ’*'»*<• k 4- wing into a.'Hon Sunday afteimaitP j ^ o ’ Gain<*H ilub« uiul | * ^ YESTERD M*r*iiant.H at Fr*im»nt. ArlBigti»n at Bl:*lr, Nortli Bend at Sn.v*b'i', H*iit'nei' at ltoop*r. Totals Detroit. AH R H BU A 1 3 ft2 , . 4 1 1 37 ... 2 ft )i 1 ft . . i 1 11 ft . 4 0 1 «* ft 4 1 117 ft . . ,1 ft ft ! . . , .3 ft 4 ft ftft ft■_* ... 1 ft ftft ft . . . .ft 11 It II «» . . .<» ftft ftft . . ft ft *1 ft *1 ... .0 1 II ftft . ,31 r, 7 2718 Pacific Coast League, At Oakland. R H E : SiM'raim nt** .0 0 1 1 0 3 2 0 0 -7 19 t i *laktaml .....0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 - 2 7 0 KîUlto ami Kolibr; Fiuett. Fr**-man, Fowler an<l Baker. At San Franeiaco. II H E Han Fran.l.-«'*» 1 nt» o 0 <» 1 3 .5 4 .M isslons .,,...,2 0 0 0 0 0«) 2 6 2 Hrtfftn and V*'lle, <>* -hger and Muipliy. Fhoto by .Via* tionabi, ROLAND LOCKE. (’aptaiii I.oi ke of the UntversBy of Nel.raska tra* k team eiiualled he w«>rld's le.-ord f«.r th inO-vanl d.'tsh Hatuiday at tlie Kansas rcley« wiien li*' wu- do. k* d In 9 6-la s.-< <mds Ftddlng H Yost, Michigan «'oacli, refeice ai t!»c Kansas «at nival, »»nnoum«'*! Saturday tliat tti*> i ec would i • allow id „ . , 1 It w,i** tl)*> Hiirtl tum» Lock«- iiad . punted th** ccniury in J b-in ond.- In comp, tson. He »u.id. Hi. maik ..t Ho K'an as relays |.i-t tn.l at H,. .Misi" .iir' V’ail*" . * afeiencc m"ct at th«' fni\crsB> I 'nci Ilia iww |Ar«vit»us mikrlM »«r« nut Allowed because of IIUOD*. Mulltns batted f*ir B'.ssler in ninth; i VV.sslal! tiHtled for Barfoot In ninth; | Belirtnger run fur VV «'dall In ninth; ; ,V. an »<*11 foi *P hrlng* t in nlntli i Ht I.ouis ................ÍI T .1 a n 0 2 J «c 1 : D. t;oB ................0 II a a 0 0 «♦ 2 "* Hiiicnisiv; I'w.i ba V I'll Fotio r-'IH, . HIsler. Bbie *»'R.'i<rke H ’' rifa'«* liit ' W o -.i U ltoi'ik* . ’I'.i * n Hiru(k <»iB !'■ tB,lloW«\ 4 l.\ V "n Ud tler I It „I 1 B <-s. "P biilL uff V.'ii ■> •' ..if ............. I D.-ot'le .!«. I <1 Rifik- to Tit enr i'. I'd .■ . VVui wind c*»n- 1 H. | I I lt("iik.’ I BI'C I iiipp* - Ormshv, Pîv'ins and Owang. At Lo» Angele». Il H E Los Angeles 3 4 0 «t 0 0 0 0 0—? 12 1 Hollyvu««l . .0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .!♦ 3 7 0 (îrandall a»»d Han«tl»urg «)'.\"e 11, Mulc.Hiy 'ml P*ters, rd ye»i of Ukla- At Seattle. B ui dami ’ «• 5 «♦ •* 2 «' 1 «• H* ;*i H: ... •» 4 0 2 I» a «» a <» B;u I». . «»ilin.in and Ke. 11 i»i>, MtIJu* and E Bald« II 14 dn. WESTERN LEAGUE, Lincoln, Os Oklahoma City, 4. Dee Moine», 6; Tut**, 12. Denver, 8; Wichita, 16. Omaha, 0; St. Jo»eph, 14. AMERICAN LEAGUE. New York, 8; Wa»hington, 6. St. L oui », 4; Detroit, 5. Philadelphia, 1; Bo*ton, 6. Cleveland, 2; Chicago, 0. NATIONAL LEAGUE. Boeton, 2; New York, 4, Brooklyn, 3: Philadelphia, 15. Pittsburgh, 3; Cincinnati, 4, Chicago, 2; St. Loui», 3. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Indianapolia, 1S Milwauke», 7. Columbu», 6; St. Paul, 2. Toledo, 7: Mtnneapolt«, 6 Lopuviil*, 8; Kan*a* City, 7.

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