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JACKSON ST.
TOPEKA SHUT OUT
Joplin Won in the Sixth
Some Llrely Batting.
hy
landed on Mr. Arnold So Hard
That He Was Retired.
MINERS PLAYED WELL
Wichita Fonnd No Trouble In
Defeating Oklahoma.
Springfield and Hutchinson
More Up a Notch.
Joplin, July 26. The home team
won Thursday afternoon's same from
Topeka by the score of 4 to 0. It all
happened In the sixth when Arnold
exploded. George pitched a good
game for the Miners. Kohn. first up
in the sixth, singled to left. Persch
lined to "Wooley, the ball getting away
on a bad bound. Bankhead grounded
and Runkle threw low to the plate.
Fleming doubled and George and FU
man singled. Price .relieved Arnold
In the next Inning and the Miners
were unable to find him. Harrington
made a two-bagger, making his fifth
successive day of extra -base hits.
JOPUN.
Player ' AP. R. H. O.
Flllnvan. rf. 8.01 1
Harrington, cf 4 0 11
Olson, ss .... 4 0 0 1
Bohn. lb i 1 1 10
Persch, If ' 4 11 S
A
E.
0
0
6
0
0
0
Bankhead,
2t. ..... 1 u z 3
Vandertiill,
Fleming, 3b,
George, p. .
.4 0 0 4-2
.... 4 1,2 4 1
.... 3 0 2 1 5
Totals
.82 4
TOPEKA.
8 27 17
Plarer
"Wooley. If. ...
Olson. 2b
Abbott, lb. ...
Tavla. rf
AB. R.
H.
1
o
2
1
2
0
0
2
0
0
o.
2
1
15
1
0
1
1
3
0
0
E.
0
0
0
0
1
0
4
4
8
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Kunkel, as 4
Bagan, 8b. 4
Hurlburt. cf 8
Er-w4n. c. 3
Arnold, p. 1
Price, p 1
0
1
0
0
Totals 81
24 15
SCORE BY INNINGS.
JropHn 0 0 0 0 0 4 0
ToDeka 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
0-0
Summary: Earned runs Joplin, 2.
Two base hits Harrington, Fleming.
Three base hits Persch. Bases on
balls Off Arnold, 8; off George, 1.
Struck out By Arnold, 8; by George,
I. Sacrifice hit Arnold. Double
plays George to Bankhead, Runkle
to Olson to Abbott. Time 1:20. Um
pires Guthrie and Lawier.
Wichita, 5; Oklahoma City, 1.
Oklahoma City, Ok., July 26. Wichita
won again, 5 to 1. Buchanan was-
pounded for four scores in the fourth.
McClintock pitched good ball after
ward. The score:
OKLAHOMA CITY.
Player AB. H,
B
B
O. A. E.
14 0
6 0 0
11 0 0
10 0
110
2 4 0
2 4 1
3 11
0 0 0
0 1 0
26 15 2
O. A. H.
2 0 0
3 0 0
3 2 0
2 0 1
6 0 1
6 10
2 2 0
4 2 0
0 0 0
27 7 2
Pendry. 3b 3
Scogglns. If. 8
Rapps, lb 4
McFarland. rf. 4
Ooes. cf S
White. 2b 4
Wisser. ss. .......... 4
Heifry, c ........ 2
Buchanan, p. ....... 1
McClintock. p. 2
Totals 30 4
Becker out, cutting base.
WICHITA.
Player AB. H.
Milan, If 6 0
Becker, rf 4 1
Hetlhig. 3b 5 S
Bayless, cf. 5 8
Holland, lb 4 1
Weaver, c 4 3
Annis, ss 4 1
Kelly, 2b 8 2
Speer, p. 4 0
Totals
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SCORE BY INNINGS.
Oklahoma City ....0 0 0 0 0 1 0, 0 01
Wichita 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 1 05
The summary: Two-base hits Bay
less 2, Weaver, Kelly, Annis, Pendry,
White. Rapps. Sacrifice hit Becker.
Stolen base Weaver. Bases on balls
Oft Speer 6. off McClintock 1. Struck
out By McClintock 1, by Buchanan 1,
by Speer 2. Left on bases Oklahoma
City 7, Wichita 7. Innings pitched By
Buchanan three and two-thirds, by Mc
Clintock five and a third. Hits Off Bu
chanan 7. Double play Pendry to
White to Rapps. Time 1:45. Umpire
Jacobs.
Springfield, 2; Webb City. 0.
Springfield, Mo., July 26. Olmstead's
superb pitching, backed by perfect
fielding, enabled the locals to win easily
from Webb City by a score of 2 to 0.
Of the 2 men that faced him, Olmstead
struck out 12, seven in succession. The
score :
SPRINGFtELDl
Player AB. H. O. A. B.
Murray, cf 0 3 0 0
Oole. If 4 0 10 0
Cuthbert, rf. 8 12 0 0
Reed, lb a l a u u
Porter, ss 10 0 10
Smith, 2b 8 0 0 2 0
Welter. 3b 3 1 1 0 0
Tonneman, c 8 2 12 . 0 . 0
Olmstead, p 2 1 0- 2 0
Totals 26 6 27
WEBB CITY.
' Player . AB. H. O.
Cheek, c 4 0 1
Gray, rf 4 0 4
Olson, ss 4 13
Wright, lb 4 0 6
Lofton, cf 2 0 5
Meredith, if. 3 0.0
Blausser, 3b. 2 0 1
Nee. 2b , 3 0 3
Suras, p 3 1 1
B.
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
. 'Xotal -29 2
8-
SCORE BY INNINGS.
Springfield 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2
Webb City ....fc.,0 .0 0. 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
The summary: Two base hits Reed,
Welter, Olson, Burns. Base on balls-
Off Olmstead 1. Struck out By Olm
stead 12. Left on bases Springfield 3,
Webb City 4. Wild pitch Olmstead.
Hit by pitched ball Lofton. First base
on errors' Springfield 1. Sacrifice hits
Porter 2, Olmstead. Time of game
1:30. Umpire O'Connell.
Hutchinson 10, Leavenworth 2.
Huechinson, Kan., July 26. Quiesser
was benched in the eighth Inning for
talking to Mclnnis more than the um
pire desired. He had to be fined ten
dollars before he would stop. Fisher
relieved him. The game was slow and
uninteresting. The score:
LEAVENWORTH.
Player- AB. H. O.
Fisher, 2b.-c 5 13
Quigley. lb-rib 4 0 12
Vaughn. 3b, 4 13
Quiesser, c 4 0 3
Selby.. rf.-lb 3 0 2
Middleton, If 4 10
Turner, ss 4 2 0
Goverean, cf 4 2 0
Gilbert, p 4 0.0
Hollingsworth, rf. .. 0 0 0
A.
3
0
1
3
0
0
6
0
o
0
E
1 0
2
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
Totals 36 7 23 14
Johnson out by thh-d strike bunt.
HUTCHINSON.
Player AB. H. O. A.
PetUgrew, rf 4 2 11
Caey. 2b 5 2 3 1
Noyes, 3b 4 0 ' 1 2
Zink, lb 4 0 " 11 0
Lewis, c 4 17 0
Wilson, If. 3 8 0 0
Johnson, ss. 4 1 3 7
Zackert, cf 6 0 10
Vananda, p. 4 10 1
E.
0
3
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
Totals 37 10 27 12 4
SCORE BY INNINGS.
Leavenworth 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2
Hutchinson 3 0 1 1 0 0 2 3 10
The summary: Two base hits Wil
son 2, Lewis, Turner. Bases on balls
Off Gilbert 3, off Vananda 1. Struck out
By Gilbert 2. by Vananda 5. Wild
pitches Gilbert 2. Hit by pitcher By
Gilbert 8. Passed ball Quiesser. Time
1:45. Umpire Mclnnis.
Western Association Stanrtliit?.
Cluba Won. Lobi
Wichita 69 20
Oklahoma City 46 31
Topeka 46 35
Hutchinson 44 34
Joplin 43 34
Webb City 37 42
Springfield 21 53
Leavenworth IS 52
P.-f
.747
.597
.68
.563
.559
.4fiS
.2S4
.257
NATIONAL LEAGFE.
New York 4, Cincinnati 3.
Cincinnati, July 26. Ewing weak
ened in the sixth, allowing the New
Yorks to accumulate four runs. After
securing two runs in their half of this
inning, Cincinnati was unable to score
again, although having a man on third
with none out.
S?ore bi inninsrs: R H li.
Cincinnati 0 0010200 03 6 -1
New York 0 0000400 04 7 1
Batteries Ewing and Schlel;
Mathewson and Bresnahan.
Chicago 8, Boston 0.
Chicago, July 26. Chicago bunched
seven of their hits oft Young in the
third and fourth and with two steals
and two passes scored 8 rune. -The
hits off Overall were widely scattered,
only two of the visitors reaching third.
Score by lnnines: K-H.E.
Chicago 0 0 6 2 0 0 0 0 8 9 1
Boston 0 0000000 00 8 1
Batteries Overall, Kling and Ka-
hoe; Young, Boultes and Needham.
Pittsburg 5, Philadelphia 4.
Pittsbure. July 26.- In a game of
brilliant fielding and some hard hittins '
on both sides the Pittsburgs defeated
the " Fhlladelphiaa here. - Andenon 1
&. CO.
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JACKSON ST.
saved the game for Pittsburg In the
eighth when he made a catch with
one hand of Courtney's hard drive.
Score by Innings: R-H.E.
Pittsburg 2OO1SO0O 6 11 2
Philadelphia 0 0 J 0 0 0 0 3 04 9 3
Batteries Philllppe and Gibson;
Brown and Dooin. i - ;
National League standiug.
Clubs Woo. Lost.
Psrt-
Chicago .... 63
New York 50
Pittsburg .- 60
Philadelphia 48
Brooklyn 39
Boston ...... 34
Cincinnati 34
St. Louis 19
.741
31
32
35
4
47
50
.617
.610
.678
.459
.420
.405
A3CERICAX IiE""UJE.
Philadelphia 2-7. Chicago 0-3.
Philadelphia, July 26. Philadelphia
took both games of a double-header
from Chicago. Bender and Dygert
held the visitors safe, while Walsh,
White and Owen were hit hard. Cap
tain Jones was removed . from the
grounds in the eighth- inrting of the
second game for disputing a decision.
Score by innings: "r1!""-.
Chicago 0 0000000 oo 2 z
Philadelphia ... 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 7 0
Batteries Walsh and Sullivan;
Bender and Powers.
Second game Score by innings: R.H.E.
Chicago 00 0000 10 23 9 1
Philadelphia ...2 1 3 0 0 1 0 0 7 9 1
Batteries White. Owen and Hart;
Dygert and Schreck.
New York 9, Cleveland 4.
New York, July 26. The New York
Americans scored another win from
lpveland.
Rc.rv bv inntnftsv '-' R.H.E.
n;.l.n 0 3001000 04 8
New York vv......a.0.00 3,n-9.JQ. 3.
Batteries Leibhardt and Clarke;
Doyle, Kleinow and Thomas.
St. Louis 5. Washington 8.
Washington. July 26. Powell
was
verv effective in the
Washington-St.
Louis game.
oAn a l... Innlnn R.H.E.
w..hintnn 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 03 6 0
at Tni 0 0 0 3 10 0 2 05 12 4
Batteries Hughes. Gehring. War
ner and Heydon; Powell and Spencer.
Detroit 2-3. Boston 1-2.
Boston, July 26. Detroit took both
games of the double-header, 2 to 1 and
3 to 2. Boston outbatted the visitors
in both games, but the hits of the lat
ter were better timed.
Score by innings: R.H.E.
rtetroit .. 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 12 6 2
Boston 0 0000010 01 7 2
Batteries Killian and Schmidt;
Winter and Criger.
Second game Score by innings: R.H.E.
Detroit 0 000020000 13 7 0
Boston 0 010000010 02 10 3
Batteries Siever and Payne; Prultt,
Glaze and Shaw.
American League Standing.
Clubs Won. Lost,
Pe.
.-53 34 .6il9
50 34 .695
49 34 .590
50 35 .588
41 42 .494
35 50 .412
32 51 .3S6
27 57 .321
Detroit
Cleveland ..
New York ..
St. Louis ...
Boston
Washington
WESTFtO LKACCE.
Des Moines 9, Pueblo S.
Pueblo, Colo.. July 26. Pueblo
played a listless game yesterday and
the Champions won easily.
Scr-e by innings: R.H.E
Pueblo 2 0001000 03 4 3
Des Moines 0 0300240 09 10 1
Batteries Hatch and Drill; Ed
mondson and Yeager.
Denver 7-1, Omaha 5-7.
Denver, Colo., July 26. Denver and
Omaha broke even in a double-header
yesterday afternoon.
Score by innings: R.H.E.
Denver 1 1040001 7 10 2
Omaha 0 0000200 35 8 3
Batteries C. Adams and Zalusky;
Ragan and Gondinsr.
Second game Score by innings: R.H.E.
Denver 0 0000010 01 8 4
Omaha 5 2000000 07 12 3
Batteries Bohannon, Zalusky and
McDonough; Sanders and Lebrand.
Sioux City 8, Lincoln 2.
Sioux City. Ia., July 26. Johnny
I had for yean suffered from wh at medical dmi
called Djftprpsia and Catarrh of the Stomach. Ia
Aneait I purchased a box of Cub carets and was snr
prised to find that I "had 'em" yes a wic;line,
squirming; mass left me. Judge onr doctor's snr
Srise when I showed him thirty feet, and In another
ay the remainder! about the same length )nf a tape
worm that had been sapping my vitality for yeara.
I have enjoyed the best of health ever since. I trust
this testimonial will appeal to other sufferers. "
Ciias. Blockstock. 1319 Divinity Place.
n ess jrmiaaeipaub. r-a.
Pleanant, Palatable. Potent, Tast Good. Do Good,
Haver Sicken. Weaken or Gripe. 10c. 2Se. 50c. Never
aold in btilk. The sennine tablet stamped CCC
guaranteed to care or your mouey back.
sterling Keraeay to., Chicago or N.Y. 594
AititUALdALta I til MiLUUfl BOXES i
iTfH BestFor
Nl Candy cathartic rli i
I Jones, after pitching superbly for ten
' innlngrs, weakened In the eleventh and
i allowed the local team to hammer out
the winning run of a a to 2 score.
tioore ty innings: .. R.H.E.
Sioux City .......3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 12 2
Lincoln 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 02 1 2
Batteries Jarrott. Bressler and
Sheehan; Jones and Sullivan.
. ' - ' - "
Western Tjeaeue Standing.
Cub- Won. lxwt Pc
Omaha 66 36
Lincoln 52 38
Pes Moines '
Denver 40 45
Pueblo , 85 51
Sioux City 32 51
.578
.529
.471
.407
.3b6
tilERICAN ASSOCIATION.
. At Kansas
Milwaukee 2.
City Kansas City,
At Indianapoli
Toledo, 3.
-Indianapolis,
At Columbus Columbus, 5; Ixuis-
ville. lz.
At St. Paul St. Paul. 6; Minne
apolls, 7.
American Association Standing.
Clubs
Won. Lost. Pet,
Toledo , 66 37 .603
Minneapolis 63 41 .664
Columbus 61 40 .560
Kansas City 48 46 .511
Milwaukee ...... 46 47 .485
Louisville 43 50 .462
Indianapolis 39 67 .406
St. Paul S8 66 .404
Dodge CJty 4, Bncklin o.
Dodge City. Kan., July 26. A close
and interesting game played- here be
tween ts.ucit.iin and Dodge City was
won by the latter.
Score bv Innings: R.H.E.
uoage city 2 0001100 4 5
Bucklin 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 4
Batteries Hayes and Hicks; Lon
uerg ana iNicnols.
Sauna 8, McPherson 1.
balina, Kan.. July 26. MePher
son's baseball team was defeated here
xnursaay oy Sallna by a score of 8 to
i. c . uuae pitched the best game
tnai nas peen seen here this year, al
lowing but two hits. Few errors were
made. A feature of the game was a
running oacknand catch by Ranston
center neiaer lor the visitors. Bat
tones fcalina, F. Lucas and Mack
Mci-neraon, Taylor and Haggett.
Westmoreland 11, Wamego 2.
Westmoreland, July , 26. West
moreland easily defeated Wamega
nrre nursaay. The feature of the
game was the work of Watts at short
and his work with the bat. He got
j.uvtr mis Deing up tour times.
Score by innings:
Wamego 0 010001002
w csinioreiana , 0 1042400 11
Batteries Leland and Yoakum;
Madison 6. Moline 0.'
Moline, Kan., July 26. Madison de
feated Moline here Thursday, 6 to 0.
The feature of. the frame whs Tflno-'s
pitching a no-hit game. Batteries King
miu vrngai; xiavenor ana Adams.
Baldwin '20. Wellsville 5.
Baldwin, Kan., July 26. Baldwin de
feated Wellsville Thursday, 20 to 6.
catteries uni. Tucker and Betts; Con
roy, Higby and McCarty.
FLICK ONLY' TO REST.
3lay Rejoin Cleveland When the
Naps Tackle the Athletics.
Cleveland. iO.. Julv 26. Elmer
'11CK, outfielder, made good his as
.. - ' . v.,, ii u ivain
hen the 5tteiMeft for New" York
without him. Dr. Castle, the club
'flhysiclan," extrfJre '1rrr?"S'terday
aim. announce ne .needed absolute
rest and quiet for two weeks. It is
expected Flick will rejoin the team in
Philadelphia or Washington in two
weeks. It is expected that Flick will
spend his vacation in attending the
Grand Circuit, races in Detroit and
Cleveland. The Naps are shy the
services of Lajoie. and Bay, in addition
to Flick. Bay is out wltn a sprained
Knee. ueiananty win take Flick's
place.
SONOMA GIRL IN FIRST.
Won the Merchants' and Manufactur
ers' Stake at Detroit.
Detroit,-Mich., July 26. The most re
markable exhibition of speed ever
Known on the light harness turf was
won by Sonoma Girl on her courage and
speed, and she stamped herself the
fleetest of her sex on parts of the jour
ney, if not for a whole mile when the
supreme test comes later in the sea
son. Results:
2:08 pace, purse 11,500: Kruger won
three straight heats and the race in
2:05, 2:0614, 2:064. John A., Judex,
Wilson Addington, Billy Cole and By
stander also started.
Merchants and Manufacturers' stake.
$10,000; 2:24 trot: Sonoma Girl won the
second and third heats and the race in
2:06, 2:09. Highball won the first
heat in 2:07V4. Beatrice Bellini. Mar-
jorie, Margaret O., Sadie Fogg, Ken
neth Mc, Claty Latis. Tolling Chimes
and Johnny also started.
2:15 pace, purse $1,500. Judge Wilson
won three straight heats and the race
In -2:07. 2:08, 2:09. Byron Kay,
Whitelock. Nellie, Cold Steel, Kato
Baronmore, Castanada, Village Boy,
Old Maid, Alice Pointer, Moko Tuber,
Miss Adbell, Glidewood and Gentry
Star also started.
2:10 trot, nurse $000 : Watson won the
second hat in 2:09, Lady Resolute
won the third heat in 2:11. Emboy
won the first heat in 2:08. Bonnie
Russell also started.
SQUIRES TO CHOP WOOD.
Australian Fighter Breaks With
His
Manager and Goes to Work.
San Francisco. July 26. Back to
the woods for Bill Squires. Boshter
Bill has severed his financial connec
tions with Barney Reynolds, who held
the power of attorney for Bookmaker
Wren of Australia, the heavy-weight's
backer. And now Bill is off for On
tario, Canada, to accept a position as
a woodchopper with a lumber firm.
Squires contract with WTren was
unique for a fighter to have with his
backer. The contract called for
Wren to pay all of Squires' expenses
and gave him half of what he earned
In the ring. Barney tired of the ac-
tions of his protege, and, securing
; Wren's consent, cancelled the con
tract. There has not been the best of
feeling between Reynolds and Squires
'or some time past. It seems tb
Squires refused to follow any instruc
tions which Reynolds gave him,
reaching the climax on July 4, when
i he disobeyed the orders of his sec
. onds and waded in wide open to clean
Burns up in a hurry. The result is
well known.
CUBS VrV"10, EOSE GA3rE5?.
Trip Just Ended Not as Productive
as Other Invasions.
Buffalo. N. T., July 26. The east
ern trip of . the Cubs ended in New
Tork. was the poorest ever made by
the Chicago National leagrue ball ,club
slnee Frank Chance took the. reins of
manaftement two. years ago. On this
tour the Cuba played 16 games and
won only 10 of them, being defeated
6ix times. Brooklyn, Philadelphia
'and New Tork each got two of those
victories over the league champions.
unicago'8 ten victories were as fol
lows: From Brooklyn, 8: from Phila
delphia, 2; from Boston, 8; from New
i org, x.
Luck was " not with the Cubs on
this trip, and everything they got
they had to fight for. Three or four of
tne half dozen games lost might have
been won if things had broken as is
usual for a winning combination such
as Chance leads. -
Although Chicago won 60 per cent
of its games on this trip it lost half a
game of its lead over New Tork.
When the Cubs left the west side on
the night ' of July 4 they were eleven
and one-half games ahead of - the
Giants.
WESTERN ASSOCIATION GOSSIP
WHERE THET FLAY TOMORROW:
Joplin at Topeka.
Leavenworth at Springfield.
Oklahoma City at Wichita
Hutchinson at Webb City.
The White Sox will return tomorrow
after the most disastrous trip of the
past two seasdns. Should they win to
day they will have but three victories
out of ten games played on the road.
If they lose today Joplin will pass them
in the percentage race and should
Hutchinson also win' the Champs will be
found gracing the top of the second di
vision.
Tonneman who is now with Spring
field was probably traded for Price, the
little southpaw who is now with the To
peka team. Tonneman is ' not with as
good a team now but will probably like
it better as he can get to work every
day.
Aocordlng to the dope emanating from
Wichita, Heine Gehring, the star of the
Jobbers In 1906, will rejoin the pitching
staff. Gehring is now with Washington
but a rumor has it he will be loaned to
Wichita for the rest of the season in
order to get Milan in Washington.
Since Bankhead has Joined the Miners
at Joplin, Walter Quiesser will be given
a leave or aosence ror several weeks.
His wife in Indianapolis is very sick and
Walter will remain with her until she
shows some improvement. Worry over
her condition has counted a great deal
towaras making Queisser's playing this i
season below his average. If his wife's
condition permits he will rejoin the
team before the season is over.
Manager Armstrong of the Joplin
team is dickering with Independence for
the purchase of Decanier, the star south
paw of that team. Joplin is shy on left j
handers, not having a one on the staff
at the present time.
As yet Umpire Guthrie has not been 1
prosecuted for his trouble last Saturday.
He was arrested but it has been found
that the division line between two town
ships crosses the ball park and that the 1
trouble occurred in a different township
than was tnougnt.
Clarence Nelson, last year's Oklahoma
City pitcher, who has been playing most
of the season with tne ivashvllie team
in the Southern League, has been re
leased to the Augusta team in the South
Atlantic league.
Heusser, the southpaw with the
White Sox at the beginning of the sea
son a year ago. has been suspended
by the Bartlesville team for failure
to report for work this season.
Umpire McNamara. who at one time
officiated In the Shively - circuit and
Quit-about a year ago, has had his
irouDies in tne jnio ana .r-ennsyivania
league his season. He was fined and
suspended after a scrap with some
players in that league but has since
been reinstated and recommenced his
work only a few days ago. The um
pires get it every place.
Judging from the official bulletins
issued by President Farrell of the Na
tional Association of Minor leagues.
Walter Boles was sold outright to Fort
Worth by the Topeka team. In the
terms of the contract between the two
teams the Topeka team reserves the i
option of repurchasing Boles for fifty
dollars at any time on or before the
5th of August. If the option is ex
ercised Boles is to continue with the
Fort Worth team for the rest of the
season.
Louis O'Halloran. who was at one
time several seasons ago a catcher for
the Fort Scott club in this league, has
recently been heard of-again. He is
playin- with the Danville, Va., team in
the Virginia league and is receiving
favorable notice from tne press in that
circuit.
Charles Stls, last season with the
Midgets on second base, has recently i
been sold by the Seattle team to the
Butte team in the .Northwest league.
He is playing a fair game this season
but is not hitting very consistently.
The present status of the Dal-
rymple case is shown by the recent
bulletin of President Farrell, who an
nounces his suspension through the
management of the Dubuque team.
This will probably mean that the vet
eran is out of the game-for some time
at least until the National commission
can act on his case.
Manager Armour of the Toledo team
has secured a new second baseman to
take the place of Pokorney who has
not been coming up to expectations.
Just what disposition will be made of
Pokorney is not known as yet.
BACK TO OKLAHOMA.
Cliaso
County Farm Hand Charged
VUI Stealing a Team.
Cottonwood Falls, July 26. C. W.
Wooden of Newklrk, Ok., sheriff,, of
Kay county, came here Thursday and
g-ot Thos. O. Henderson, who, with
his brother, nas neen worxing ior a.
Bocock of Thurman. Henderson
Is charged with stealing a team and
buggy from one Rufus Test, a full
blood, educated, Kaw Indian, of Kaw
City, Ok.
He took the team - to Kingman
county, Kansas, where, it Is claimed, t
he sold them to Everett Day, a young i
farmer, who lives about nine miles ;
south -of Kingman. After selling Day !
the taam, Henderson wornea ror mm
on the farm for about two months be
fore he came to Chase county. " Hen
derson volunteered to return to Okla
homa without requisition papers, and
says that as soon as he get there, he
can clear the whole matter up. He
declares that he traded another team
for the outfit. r
He Has a Water Bicycle.
" Ithaca, N. T., ' July 26. Jose An
tonio Ostes, a Mexican student at Cor
nell university, has Invented a water
bicycle on which he has taken several
rides on the waters of Lake Cayuga
without danger. The bicycle consists
of a frame In the shape of a delta
built on two' large water shoes five
feet long. In the rear of the contri
vance there Is an eight bladed paddle
wheel, which Is propelled by two ped
als, which move a small sprocket and
this in turn moves a long chain which
causes the wheel to revolva. .
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