The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on April 18, 1926 · Page 14
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B—TÌVO THE LIXCOLX SUXDAV STATt—SUXDAY. APRIL 18, 19S6. 1 ]L W HAS LA SQUAD IN S T Nebraska Wesleyan Centers Attention On Track This Spring. Griffith, Wiberg, Steeves And Gembler Leading Performers. With ninety men in suit, the track rutlook at Nebraska Wesleyan looks of a high caliber this srrtng. Many of the number are freshmen who will not be able to compete with the varsity but there Is a great deal of material from which Ren Dow may choose his squad. Dow reports moat of the men are new at the sport and need experience but thinks that there is a goodly amount of speed hidden away in thorn. He added that this was the largest squad ever in suit at the Methodist school. As yet there has been no official tryouts although scyoe tlmelng has been done. Condftlonlng of the tracks has delayed these trials until next week. Meet Doane May 1. The first meet on tap for the Yellow and Rrown speedsters falls o.n May 1. This is to be a dual meet with the state championship Doane aggregation. The meet Is to be held on the Methodist oval. There are plans for a meet at Peru on May *> which will Include Wesleyan, Tarklo, Peru and posslbl" ''’ofner. This meet is only tentative as yet. Among the trackaters, Wiberg stands out as the shining light. This big boy seems to be able to do anything that is in the line of track. His track sheet \ncludes some exceptional performances. Wiberg is especially adept at th-i art of putting the shot. His record of 45 feet 11 1-2 Inches i.s the best mark ever made in Nebraska. Ho has hurled the discus 128 feet and heaved the Javelin 1«8 feet. In his attempts at the Jtimps he has succeeded in clearing 5 feet 2 1-2 Inches In the high Jump and covering a distance of twenty-one feet in the broad Jump. GUnn Griffith Captain. Among the other men who are making headway is Glenn Griffith, captain of the .Methodist.s. Griffith runs the distances ¿ind promises fo be one of the best in the state this year. Gembler seems to he the best bet in the sprints. Moon and Danker ore also showing fast form in these events. Willard Sharp is working out in the polo vault and is clearing around 10 feet 10 inches in his earlv per- formancej. In the high Jump Steeves Is getting the highest marks with leaps measuring close to six feet. Wernl- inont Is also showdng some prospects in this event. In the hurdles, Shultz Is working In a nice form. Calvert may develop on the sticks too. No timo has been taken to obtain anv accurate result In the timber event. Claude Huyck, captain of next year’s grid team, Is working out dally In the weights and takes a turn at tho sprints too. Good Frosh Material. Among the freshmen, Dow finds a great deal of promising material. Hill Hannum la the big light among the first year men. His specialty la the 440 and he steps the distance In exceptional time. Another prospect Is Nobukazu, Japanese who l»as been training in the distances all year . Other frosh of notice include: Chittenden, Levlck, L. Loder, Ralston and Johnson. , With the absence of spring football on the program this year, Ren Dow has been able to give all of his attention to the trackaters. Ho said he thought that the school would foster spring football practice next spring again. Durham has been asslstlr- In the weights. The squad lnclude.s: Marlow« Asdaraon. Ruaaaj n»aba, T.«wranc« Ruah. Tom rhlttandan. t’har- lay nark. Howard Davla. IVckar. Mort 1»1. kaon C Davla. D,li Dankar, Ralph Karl. Bill Fry«. Klvln Oamblar. I.yman <>roaa, I.awranca Oratilar. Alberf (llhann «Jlann Orlfflth, W'altar Oaaa, Will Han- lium, Harold Hanaan, <’lauda Huyck Kannath HIIU. Cort, Huntar, Ralph Hammond. Kannath Hull. A Johnion Haton Johnaon, Harold Johnaon/- Arvln Jonaa, Marahall Joaa. Alas Janaon. Jamas Kroon. Chris Klam. K, Kallouah. Kv«r«tt l.aOd«r, K^onal Lo<1«r. Sam Me* Clung. Carrol Millar, Alton Marrlck. Amoa Morrison, Paul Morrla Roaa Morra, Dan Manchastar. John Mahnaphy, Norrla Millar, R. Mason, Philip M ob - trum. Olann Moon, Mock. Nobukasu, Owsna, Paul Pataraon, Thaodora Praston. Charlaa Porter, Kan’eth Pllmore Harth I.amaw, Harry Hhaam. Kmarald Ralston, Paul Staevaa, li»rr«tt, Oayla Skarrlt, W'Ulard Sharp, Joe Snydar, Paul Minlth, rrad Hhull», Kloyd Schrodar, l.oyd Shlvaly. Paul Tallck, Morrla Thompaon, Laland Undarkrofer, Hanry Vanangran, Gtan Witt war, Maynard Walch, Owan Wagonar, I.oran Wlnahlp, Olann Wlltslau, Orant Warnlmont. Oscar Wlbarg, ttrvll Pateraun, Ti'ad Rad- inaky, Alfrad Calvart, Don Alberta, Alva Andrtwa, Olann Adama, Millard Hobblt. (Continued from Page One.) dropped on an open fumble and gave the Reds pcssesston of He ball on their 42-yard line. On the first play "Jug" Brown broke through the Blue forwai . wall and si%itnev» 58 yards to a touchdown. HV) side-stopped two tackler.s and whirled away from another on his scoring jaunt. Following the klckoff. Tackle Hunt of the Blues recovered a fum ble on the Reds 3b-yard line and the Blues then carried the play in Red territory the remainder of the quarter. A delayed buck by Marrow brought a first down and Oehlrlch with two plunges reeled off fifteen yard.s. The Red forwards stiffened when thelc goal was threatened and took the ball on downs on their 3- yard line. Whittle Halted Blueg. lilndell returned Bronson's punt to the Rcd.s’ 44-yard line and the Blues' machine was again set in motion- The Reds drew a penalty for roughing a kicker and a forward pass, IJndell to Marrow, gained 20 yard.s end brought the ball to the Red.H’ 10-yard line. Th3 Blues had the ball /our yards from a touchdown when time was called for tho half. Brown and Howell alternated In carrying the ball at the .start of the second hjilf. Brown contributed gains of 15 and 25 yard.s ai'ound the end.s, while Howell ripped and tore through the line. Howell .scored on a smash over guard. Howell placekicked the extra point. Red Team Penalized. DuTeau was Inserted In the Blue backfleld at this juncture and ran back tho kickoff 17 yard.«i. Several short gatn.H and a 15-yard penalty pave the Blue.s the ball on the Reds’ 30-ynrd line as the third quarter ended. Oehlrlch drove off tackl j fo- fifteen yards in four plunges at the start of the last period and, after a pas.s. Marrow to Wostoupal, had gained elglit yards. Marrow broke ! for the lone Blue touchdown. A lied ofCslde gave the Blues an additional point. IJne plui ge.s by Howell counted the final touchdoXvn of the game. The former Omaha Central plunger never failed to gilln. Ho drove < ff- tackle repeatedly In powerful which were stopped only by tho secondary His touchdown scoring drive wa.s fi^r eight yard;«, the Omaha boy knifing through the line and .shaking off a pair of taeklers as he crossed the final chalkmark. Lineup and Summary. Dodgers Blow Up; Soundly Drubbed By Quaker Outfit PHILADELPHIA, April IT.—Brooklyn blew up completely »igninst the Phillies today and was given a 15 to 3 lacing In the oi>enlng gamo of the aeas<m. Clarence Mitchell made his «ea*on‘.H debut and did a good Job while the I’hlliles hit McWeany, Stryker and Boehler l»ard. In the seventh inning, five I’iullles »cored on two hits with four pa.saes Maranvllle's wild throw, a passed ball and wild pitch. The score. Brooklyn, Leads Doane Track Squad —Photo by Hale Studio. Coach “Ren” Dow has a squad of 90 men out for track at Nebraska Wesleyan and tho Methodists hope to figure well up In the race for Nebraska college and North Central conference championships this season Reds— Ibis.—Blues ......................le . .............B»urnhnm Gates ............... ..It ...................Luras McMullen .... ••.1» ...............Draath Holmes ............. . .O’ . .............Mcrrl.*K)n Whltmoro .... • ■•rg .................Relier Durlach............ . .rt , ....................Hunt I>iiwson.. ro ..................Slmic Bronson........... . .qb .................Llnclell Holm.Ih . .. .A. Wostoupal Brown............... .rh ..............Marrow Hbwell ............. . .fb .Oehlrlch Substitutions; Reds—Recvos for Holmes, Presnell for Browm; Brand for Whitmore, R. Mandery for Gatos. Blues—Krall for Burnham, DuTcau for Blndell, Kahler for A. Wostoupal, Jolley for Slmlc, Wickman for Marrow, Sprague for Jolley. Touchdowns—How'ell 2, Brown 1, Marrow 1. Point after touchdown—Reds 1 (Howell by plBceklck); Blues 1 (awarded when Reds offside.) Score by quarters: Reds ...................••____« O' 7 (!—19 Blues ..............................0 0 7 0—7 GfflclaUt Referee—Frank, Nebraska, Fmplres — Doarn. Iowa. Field Judge—Hutchinson, Nebra.s- ka. H ead linesman Nebrask;u Wostoupal, CAE STA NCDLN FIRST N CINDER TEST (Continued from Bak® One.) __ a hard time settling the honors In the 100-yard dash. Warga «rot tho lead almost at the start and led hla teammate the rest of the way to the tape. Similarly to the 100-yard dash, two Havelock men, G. Warga and Barrett, finished first and second In the 220 lows. George Warga’a time of 29 seconds flat was good, taking into considération the loose track and the clouds of dust that were continually sweeping across the field. Miller High Point Man. A terrific burst of speed by MUlcr, anchor man of the Havelock 880- yard relay combination, gave the victory to the Shoptowners. Lincoln and Havelock alternately changed the lead In the relay, with the University Place baton-carriers keeping steadily at their heels. George Miller got the baton slightly ahead of hla opponent, but pulled well In front at the curve and held the lead to the end. George Miller of Havelocjc won Individual honors with sixteen points, scoring in five events. Ills only first was in the broad Jump. George Warga won second honors with fourteen points, scoring In four events. He won first place in the 100-yard dash and the 220-yard low hurdles. Suimnar.T of Meet 120-yard high hurdl**.>t—Won by Sawyer, Llix'oln; second, O. Warga, Havelock; third, Iderce, Lincoln; fourth, Crook«, I’nl Place. Tlni«, 17.It seconds. Mile run—Won by Elherton. Lincoln: second, Boulder, Lincoln; third, Forbes, Temple; fourth, Bowers, llavelock. Tlmtt, 4 minutes, 6».4 seconda. 440-yard dash—Won by True, Lincoln; second, Htetn, Lincoln; third, Breck, Havelock; fourth, Tyners, Uni Place. Time, 66.2 seconds. 100-yard dash—First heat, won by Miller, Havelock; aMCond, Chamberlain, Lincoln; third, Wlnheld, Wesleyan Prep. Time, 10.8 secojids. Second heat, won by G. Warga. Havelock; second, Tomson, Lincoln; third, Mangohl, I'nl Place Time, 10.8 seconds. Final heat, won by U. Warga, H.ive- lotk; second. Miller, Havelock; third, Tomson. Lincoln; fourth, Chamberlain, Lincoln. Time, 10.8 seconds. 880-yard run—Won by True. Lincoln; second. Etherton. Lincoln: third, Tynem, Uni Place; fourth. Hauck. Uni Place. Time, 2 minutes 10.3 seconds. 220-yard da»h—First heat, won by Tomson. Lincoln; second, VV. Warga, Havelock; third. Ward, Uni Place. Time, 26.2 seconds. Hecond heat, won by Chamberlain. Lincoln; second, Breck, Havelock. Time, 26.2 seconds. Final heat, won by Tomaon, Lincoln; second, 1-hamberlaln, Idncoln; thlril, Breck, Havelock: fourth. W. Warga. Havelock. Time, 24.8 seconds. 220-yard low hurdles—First hsat, won EATS (Continued from Page One.) ABKH PO A E l>owd, 2b .... ....60 0 3 2 2 Stiindaert, 3b ... 4 1 4é I 3 1 Wheat. If ______40 (ÌI 0 0 Fournier, lb .___.111 8 11 Felix cf ........ ___4 0 2 2 ft0 Cox, ‘ rf .............31 1 4 0I Maranvllle, as,...3 0 1 ■Ì 2 1 O'Neil. <; ........ ...4 (1 0 •> 0 0 McWeeny, p ___2 0 0 Ì 00 Hargrove ... ....I 00 0 0(1 Stryker, jj ,,. ..«0 00 0 0 0 Boehler, p .., .......0 0 1) 0Ü 0 Moss, p ........ ___I 00 0 0 0 —... Totals .....3 7 247 6 Hargrave battedfor McWeeny in sixth. Philadelphia. AB R H PO A F Sand, ss ........___5 4 3 1 3 0 Williams, rf ....532 o 0 0 I.each, cf ..., .......3 I « Ô ft 0 Harper, cf .. .......3 2 3 1 00 Bentley, lb . ____ .332 110 0 Mokan, If . . . 1 1 00 0 Huber, 3b ..........19 0 0 0 0 Wright stone,3b .40 0 ft 2 0 Frlberg, 2b .........3 01 5 4 1 J. Wilson, c........3 0 ft 62 0 Mitchell, p . ........4 11 0 3 ft Dunham, lb ........1 0 1 I0 0 - •e——— Totals ....38 16 16 27 14 o HOMER GRAVES. IFianc college won the 19J5 Nebraska ccdlege conference track championship. Tho Tigers hope to land another title when tho conference meet Is held at the Memorial stadium May 15. Homer Graves, versatile cinder burner who has made good time at all distances, leads the Doane team this year. Brnoklvn ....... . Phjla.1el,.hia ... .2 0 3 0 0 4 5 1 x 16 Sunmiarv: Two base hit—MltoheU, Harper. Three base bit—Btandaert. Fr*berg. Sacrifice hit — Rentlev Mokan W'l’lams T.eft on base - Brooklyn 7. Phllndelpbia in, Base on halls — Off Mitchell .I. McWeeny 3, off Boeh>r 1. Struck out—Bv Mitchell 5, by McWeeny 1, Hit bv pitcher—Bv McWeeny 2. Wild pitch—McWeeny, and Boehler. Pa.ssed hall O'Neil 2. Wln- nin.- r.ltcher—MUchcll l osing tdtcher McWeeny. I’mplres—Rigler. McCormick and McLaugh’in Time—2:20. O’Shea-Rogers to Have Ball Outfit The O’Sliea-Rogers Fords will be In the field with a baseball club this sea.Hon. The team will bo recruited largely from the Munson Ford.H squad of last season. Manager Joe Munson has called a practice for Btinday at 10 a. m. and all former Munson players are expected to report. Hebron Academy Wins Ball Game G VV LPet. Real Cleaners ..... 8472 18 .117 Khogo Llthta . . . . . . 64 66 28 .690 Hmlth'» Bakery . .. . 6467 ÏT .679 White Star Cafe. . . 64 4« 88 .648 La w lor». . 64 46 39 .638 Saratoga Alleys . . 642« 68.396 Richmond Candy 8426 69 .298 Burlington ........... . 84 >4 «0.28« —Photo by MacDonald. The T’nlverslty of Nebraska two-mlla relay team placed third at the Kansas relay carnival Saturdy. but expects to have some better news when the returns from the Drake relay meet are r®^elved this week. The two-mile squad was held back In Its training program last week when Lewis and Johnson developed ‘^‘’''^Mcmbers of the quartet are Jack Ross. Gibbon; Oliver Roberts; Owatonna, Mlnne.; Coach Henry F. Schulte; Glen Johnson, Stapleton; Jimmy Lewis, Havelock. __________________________________________________ Northwest Loop .To Open May 12 AT.LIANCP:. Neb.. April 17.—The baseball schedule for the Northwest Nebraska league has been made up. The first game will be played In Alliance on May 12 when tho local aggregation will meet Henilnlgford. «'•ndldates for the nine bcgjin workouts Sunday at the local park. AlKUit 25 are going through tho paces !n practicing pegging the pellet, fielding high fly» and clouting the ball to the four corners of the lot. Packard and Simmons make up tho main Ittittery comhln.iiloii for gies; third, Nebraska. Tlnie, 7 minute« 60 4 seconds. yuaj ter-inllo relay—^\Von by Kansas (Mclnery, Grady, Wong\v;il. Rooney); second, Illinois; third, Gccldi-Val. Time. 42 seconds (Equals Intercollegiate record.) Four mil« relay—Won by Illinois (Ruemce, Lee. Dickinson, White;) second. Michigan; third, Oregon Aggu-s. Time, 18 minutes 18.3 seconds. Aiedley relay— Won by Ames (('pulum. Price, Crawford. Conger), second, Oklahoma Aggies; third, Texas; fourth, OKlahoma U. Time 7 mlnul» s 42 3 seconds. Mile relay—Won by Iowa (Beatty. Swenson, Roberts, Cuhel); .second, Ntdjraaka; third, Drake; fourth Minnesota. Time. S minutes, 20 Sfconds. College Relays. Medley relay — Won by Baker (Ltdikay, Scott. Smith. Hovgard); second. Occidental; third, I’ltt«- burgli Normal; fourth, Haskell. Time, 7 mlnule.s 42.3 seconds. 880 yard lelay—Won by Occidental! (Purser, M. Nash, Broadhead, V. Nash); second, littsburgh Normal; third, Souihwe.«tern. Time, 1 min­ uto 28.3 second.*« Special Events. 100-yard dash- Won by Locke, Ne- bra.ska; second, Dellamarla. Notro Danus third, Keane, Creighton; fumth, O’Shleldi. Minnesota. Time. 9 6-10 sec«aids. 10-lb. shot put—Won by J. Kin k, Kansas Teachers, 49 f.-ct 2 1-2 inches; second, lllnefort, Grlnnell, 48 feet 1 3-4 inches; third, Krlmci- meyer, Nebraska, 44 feet 2 3-8 inches. Broad Jump — Won by Wallace. Illinois, 23 feet 8 IncUcs; second. StephniH, Nebraska. 23 feet 4 by «3. Wa.i_Ka, Havslock; ««cond. Sawyer, Lincoln, 'Time, 29.4 eecond». Second heat, won by Barrett, Havelock; aecond. Van Dyke, Uni Place. Time, 39.6 eeconds. Final heat, won by G, WarKa, Havelock; aecond, Barrett, Havelock; third, Sawyer, Lincoln; fourth. Van l)yko, Uni IMaca. Time, 29 eeoonde flat. IBnh Jumf>~Won by Pierce, Lincoln; Campbell, Uni Place, and Bevard, Lincoln, tied for eecoud and third; John­ aon. Havelock, fourth. IlelNchi, 6 feet 6 1-4 Inchc* Broad luni|>— Won by Miller, Jfave- lock; eecond. Torneon, Lincoln; third. Pierce, l.lncoln; fourth, G. Warga. Havelock. Dtatance, It feet 9 Inches. I’ole vault—Won by Osborne, Lincoln: aecond, tie between Tracy, Lincoln, and t’hadd. Uni I’lace; fourth, tie between Crooka, Uni Place, and Lafollette, Temple. Height. 9 feet t Inches. • Shot put—Won by Tindall, Lincoln, second. Miller, Havelock; third, Gardner, Bethany; fourth, Hartman. Lincoln. Distance, 42 feet 9 1-2 Indue. DIscu# Won by Tindall, l.lncoln; eec­ ond. tlardner, Hethaiiy; third. Miller, Havelock; fourth, Allen, Uni Place. Distance, 108 feet 6 Inchee. Javelin— Won by l>efenderfer, Wesleyan Prep; second, Miller, llavelock; third, Bevard, Lincoln: fourth. Ueaiich, Lincoln. l>latance, 160 feet 10 1-2 Inchee, StO-yard relay—Won by Havelock. G Warga, Brock, Barrett, and Miller); aecond. Lincoln: third. Uni i’lace. Time, I minute 42 3 seconds. Waterville Hi Wins Honors In Triangular Meet AXT.ELL, Kas.. April 17.—W’ater- vllla high won a Irtnngular meet held here la«! week. The Waterville alhletcM Rcored 69 1-2 points. Ajttoll finished second with 38 1-2 points and Summerfleld scored 23 points. Hahn of Sommerfleld won individual honors wdth 16 points. F. Sharp of Axtell was second with 13 points. Event winners and marks: 60-yard dash—Nordqulet (W) In 6.7 100 -yard Ilahn (8) In 10.S mc- 220 -yard dash—Hahn (S) In 24.8 i«c- °*'uo-jard high hurdlee-^teele (W) In 17.6 eecond». 440 -yard daeh—Hahn (S) In 6S eec- ^^Mlie run—Cain (A) In 6 minute» 22 **220-yard hurdlee—NordquUt (W) In 20.8 aecond» «... Pole vault -Bean (W ) at 9 feet 6 12-lb. »hot put -Springer (W) with 3S ^*HlKh Jump Sawln (\V) and Olson (A I at 6 feet 1 Inch. _ ^ DIacuB throw—.Sharpe (A) with 97 feet Broad Jump-Sharpe (A) with 18 feet * Javeim throw—Wanamaker (W) with 143 feet 3 Inchee. Half-mile relay—.Summerneld with i minute 43.3 aeconde. Seward Team In Dual at Ulysses SKWARD. Neb., April 17.— Seward high %vlll meet Ulysses in a dual meet on tho l!! fraek April 24. Seward defeated Ulysses Iti a dual meet last spring. Chicago Extends Glad Hand to Tex American Association CHICAGO, April 1?. — Middle w’estern spurts fans rejoiced tonight In the announcement of Tex Rickard, famous promoter of sporting events, that he is planning to bulM a "greater Madison Hiiuare Garden” in Chicago—to bo completed by December 1. Rickard paid a hasty visit to Chicago today and made, public plans which he has been formulating, but which liav® been kept quiet until Chicago passed tho boxing referendum permitting boxing matches in this city. The arena that Rickard will build in this city, he said, will surpass Madison Hquaro (iarden in New York both in seating capacity and in special HC«'ommodatlons. Hockey will be one of the main game.s to bo played. It Is upon this game that Rickard hopes to make his arena financially successful. Besides liockey and boxing, tho new arena will be used for convention puriioses. industrial and commercial shows and bicycle racing. At .HlnnenpoUe. RUE Toledo ____ 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 4 1 —7 14 3 Minneapolis 02310000 0—6 6 Tunney, Herman. Freyan <1 ilevlng Hruaka, Francis, Middleton and Krueg- US»™ GEKlfS BOOSTER LEAOUB. Tram .Standing. HEltRON, Neb,. April 17.—The high school ba-seball season wxn officially opened here F'rldny when Hebron icademy defeated Hebron high In a practice game, 17-10 The Academy plays Nelson April 20. Batteries—Brcttman and Berg ■ straesser for Academy; .Spohnhelm- er. Hill and Johnson for high school. Filley Organizes For Ball Season At Rt. Pani. R H E rolumhue 00000020 0—5 IJ 1 St. Paul ., ,'o ‘1 « 1 0 0 0 0 0 0—2 12 0 Paltiiero, Faeth and Gowdy; Schupp and Hoffman. and At KaiMiM City. R H E rxmleville ..1 6 0 2 0 0 0 0 0—8 11 1 Kanea» City .0 1200400 0—7 17 1 Tlncup. Daw»on, Holley and Meyer. Duniovlch, Youngblood, Bihaack Bhtnuult. At Milwaukee. Ind'poH» .oooooooni 0—1 « Milwaukee .6 0 0 0 0 1 0 o * — 7 6 Uay. Reinold» and Floreni ». Aln»mlth; Eddelinan end Thomp""n The American At’ union has admlttod to tts n rshlp tho Century Athletl'- <•' .ui organlz- HtlAn of Negro ir ’> nnd field performers Hejtdc; *'rs wlll be in New York Uity. Alilance. Several youngsters will . , . . i «.i lu> given tryoutg this season with ' inches; third, Nash, Occidental, the view of developing them into : Bet I Inch; Hhepard, Texas, and real diamond athlet*s. Manager Keane, Urelghton, tied for fourth, McGormlck Is putting the local pastlmers through strenuous work' outs each evening. Five Letter Men On Fairbury Squad FAIRBURY. Neb. Aprl! 17 - «v»Rch Frank Furman hsa flvp* b* ter men on his Fairury high schn-il track squad this season. The veterans see John M irthl.s, Imrdles and dashes, KelUj Uorp, i Titu 22 feet 2 Inches. High Jump —Won by Sheppard, Texas, 6 feet 4 tncln s ; second. McGinnis, Wisconsin, and Rool, Kziox, tied at 6 feet. 1 ilscus throw- Ulnefort, Grlnnell, 188 feet 4 Inches; second, Doyl«, Michigan, 133 feet 4 inches; third, tiOtdch, Texas. 18! feet 6 Inch*'»; fourth, Meeter, Grlnnell, 129 feel 9 Un heS. 440 -yard dash - Won by Paulen, Hulland; seccsnd, ttrlftln, Oregon Aggi«'“: third. Mar.Adow. Kansas. 48 9 -10 seconds ilashAs; laton Lindsay, quarter, distant OS and Jump; Htanlsy Briip- thaupt. mil« and half mile; Ma* - vln Anthoriy, sprints and Javelin A good bunch of naw material Is In suit but the squad Is short jumpers, vault ers and weight men. 3,000 metre run - Won by Kttsif, Haskell, second. Hubt»ard, Mlnne-| snta; third, Hunn. l<>wa; fourth. Welch, Jlastkigs college. Time 9 minutes*3 6-10 seconds. Javelin throw—Won by J. Kuck, i KensHS TcHchers, 208 feet 0 14 inches; st itmd, Uox, Oklahoma, 188 feet 3 1-8 inches; third, Northrop. Jake Pphaefer. former w'orld cue | Michigan, I**! fc< t 4 6 H inches, champion, recently established a uo yard hlyh hurdle" Woi new record of a high run at 18.1 balkltne billiards He scored 2U The old record of 140 was made bv the late Frank Ives In lS5i7. on by T.tnner. l U t idt-ntal; secmd. Weir, N'itltt _ ka: third. Weber, Emporia Normal • fourth. Doonrbos, Kansas Time, 15 6-10 sc-:uiidí». 1000 Miles to Gallon Pure Pennsylvania Medium Motor Oil, 5 OAT., LOTS. BRING CAN. GAL. Single Gallons $1.00. Genuine Paraffine Base Medium Motor Oil 500 miles to gallon, 5 gallon lots, bring can Gallon ........................................................................... Single Gallon 60c. EXTRA DUTY Ford Special Motor Oil Built for hard use. 6 gallon oans, per gal. Single Gallons 80e. Ford Chatlerleas, per gal..................................... Heavy Motor Oil. per gal................................... Extra Heavy Motor Oil, per gal ........... Special prices in 30 and 50 gallon lots. We Also Hell Tractor and Aeroplane Oils No. 3 Cup (irease, 1 lbs. Tins ............... Our Products Hold With MONEY BACK GUARANTEE 73 ' 48 65 .58c .53c .58c .18c ELSTUN OIL CO. LINCOI.N’S ( ASH AN DCARRY OIL CO. ( >pen Hunday Marnine 8 to IS 2137 O STREET. In Room vUllh •'oneumers Uoffee Go ^CHtVRÖIF. BEATRICE, Neb.. April 17.— Filley has organized a bnll club for the 1926 season by electing I)r. C. S. Boggs, J. Saum and Georji«* Edson a board of directors. J. I>. Nooke.s WM.s elected captain and promises to give Filley a fast team this season. Part tea wishing games should vvrite t ileorge Edson. ledlvlduaJ Avemsra. Sips .............. Vlcek ............... French ........... Bros re ........... Oreve» ............. Flnl«y ............. Keck ................ Kl»i*ler ........... DrcBh ............. Amend ............. Rohrlg .......... DutfA'H .......... Johnson ........... .Stone ............... Asscninachcr 1.otter!« ..... Lana« .sharrer ..... Bishop ............. 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