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SHE TOPEKA DAILY STATE J OUENALTITESDAY EVENING, JULY SO, 1907.
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Women as well as men are made miser able with kidnev and bladder trouble, and both need the same ereat remedy, The mild and the immediate effect of 5wampRot is soon realized. It is sold by druggists, in fifty cent and one-dollar size bottles. You may have a sample bottle tv mail free, also a -pamphlet telling all about Swamp-Root, : including many of the thousands of testi monial letters received from sufferers -cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer & Co., -Binghamtou, N. Y., be sure and mention . this paper. Don t maKe any mistake. ' but remember the name. Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the ad- "dress, Binghamtou, JN. v., on every bottle. Home of Swamp-Root. PERFECTION WICKS OIL STOVE SAFE CONVENIENT ECONOMICAL If your dealer don't handle It, write to THE STANDARD OIL. COMPANY aWllllalMillin BASE BALL Wliite Sox vs. Oklahoma City Tuesday. Wednesday. Thurs day, July 30, 31, Aug. 1 Week Day Games 4 p m. Sunday 3 p. m. General Admission, 25c. Grand Stand, 15c Grand Stand Sunday. 25c LADIES FREE 1 UEj-D AY A LIVELY BATTLE. Should Be the Contest Between Britt and Nelson. At the Frisco Ringside on Evening of Wednesday. the JACK WELCH REFEREE The Daue Will Be the Favorite in the Betting. Third Bout Between Them, Each Having Won Once. San Francisco, July 30. On Wednes day cvenir g the first real glove contest held In the hsart of San Francltco since the earthquake and fire, will be pulled off by Alex. Greggalns. The contestants will be Battling Nelson, who has not been s?en in the ring wince last Septem ber, when he fought Toe Cans at Gold field, and Jimmy Britt, the pride of Fris co. Jack Welch, the noteu spor.iiig man of San Francisco, will be the referee. So far thero has been but little bettin.; cn the fight, but it is almost certain that Nelson will go in the ring favorite. Britt has been training at San Raiaei, wnne Nelson has been getting in shape at Colma. The condition of botn men is re ported to be the very best, and there is considerable interest in the contest desnite the fact that it is looked upon as a buggy ride for the Dane. 46.5 miles) in an hour, but he lost. Now Messrs. Archdeacon and Santos Dnmont lay odds of 10 to 1 with Messrs. Cherron and Kniflt that before six months have elapsed they will accomplish 600 meters in an aeroplane and will do 100 kilometers (62 miles) in an hour on water. WESTERN ASSOCIATION GOSSIP CLE.ANI,IN.SS " fa the watchword for health and vigor, com. iort and beauty. Mankind is learning not inly the necessity but the luxury of clean, tness. SAPOLIO, which has wrought men changes in th home, announces act aster triumph HAND SAPOLIO FOR TOILET AND BATH i special soap which energizes the whola Kxiy, starts the circulation and leaves an HULUarating glow. All grocer and druggist Xk -t. Battling Nelson, die Favorite In Wed- nestiay .Aigni s iia" Ever since Nelson handed out such an awful grueling to Jimmy two years ago at Colma the latter has been hankering after a return match. Jimmy has often said he would be willing to retire from nubile sraze if he could only get on an other match with Nelson and whip him. Previous to their nnght at Colma Britt had won a decision over Nelson In a twenty-round go at Frisco December 20, 1904. The coming fight will In a way nerve to settle the future plans of both men. It will demonstrate whether or nnt either boxer has gone back since last seen in the ring, and also settle the question of supremacy between the two light weights. After Nelson returned from bis recent trip to England there was a story afloat that the Hagewisch champion had broken down and would hardly be able r nnt un a bruising contest again, 'ine same story has been told about Britt a dozen times. WHERE THEY FLAY TOMORROW. Oklahoma City at Topeka. Joplin at Wichita. Leavenworth at Webb City. Hutchinson at Springfield. Oklahoma City opens up here this afternoon and It is hoped that the To peka team will be able to check their downward trend. Oklahoma City has proved easy for Topeka all season as the locals have annexed six out of the eight games played between the two teams. The Joplin team left last night for Wichita where they open up with the Jobbers this afternoon. Next to To peka the Miners have proved them selves as the worst enemy of the Job bers and it is to be hoped that the team will be able to take a good fall out of Wichita. The fans certainly have got to give it to Dutch Persch when it comes to fielding . The Dutch can cover more ground than any other fielder in the league and make more sensational catches. In yesterday's game he was the candy kid In the outfield and pull ed down several that looked good for safe transportation. If be could only hit at a better clip and had a little more genial disposition he would not be allowed to stay in this league very long. How the Leavenworth Times sizes up the situation: Just now the race in the first division, leaving Wichita out or it, is Interesting. Hutchinson has broken Into the first four, crowding Topeka down, and the chances are that the Salt Packers are eventually scheduled for the second plaoo. Ok lahoma City, Joplin and Topeka will fight for third and fourth place, ac cording to all appearances. with a strong possibility that the Cooley crowd will be crowded out unless the return of the manager considerably strengthens the team. The Hutchinson bunch Is .playing consistent ball. Its pitchers are the best in the league with the possible exception of the Wichita array, and the hitting of the . club justifies the belief that Andrews will finally shove his bunch Into the best place still open. Johnny Flllman. who was not good enough for Wichita, is just now play ing a great game and is one of the most valuable men in the. association. As a base runner, he is . without an equal. He is hitting .up near the three hundred mark and is. .putting ... up a great game in the field. He is a regu lar outfielder but is just now playing short In the absence of Olson. He and Persch make a great pair in getting runs. THES0XD0PTV70 Joplin Wins Both Games of a Doubleheader. right field and sent Armstrong across witn the run which decided the game, Topeka was unable In the last -of the ninth to negotiate a run across, and the game . was lost. Topeka's First Drop to the Second vision. LOCALS COULD NOT HIT Only Garnered rFour Off Boot In First. Poor Fielding Offsets Jones' Brilliant Work in Second. Joplin took botij ends of the double header from the locals at the ball park yesterday afternoon. ( The first game was won when the Miners bunched their hits with telling effect In the first and . last Innings. The second game was a pitcher's battle between Jones and Westcott and was Jost through the in ability of the Topeka team to decide! Wooley, Topeka's New Fielder, on Jtfury. A fan rarely has a chance to witness as fine a game as the second one was; STAY AT HOME, when you are not feeling well and have your oilice call you up tor advice on complicated points. Five cents a Day pays tor a resi dence telephone. Missouri A Kansas Tel. Co. 'Phono tOO. EASY HOME-GETTING Pay a little on the debt each month, at the end of the period. It is paid off. The only sura way for most people. W can assist you. Capitol Building and Loan Ass'n 534 KANSAS AVE. L M. PEN WELL. Undertaker and Embalmer. 511 Quincy Str-sst. Both Phones 192 Residence 62 1 Harrison St Ind. Phona 229 J. T. BARKLEY Undertaker and Embalmer. 8t8 Kansas Avenue. Both Phones 237 CTEuIil5CIGA ALWAYS RELIABLE, tliJi LEW-La" i'ACTOUV. Peoria, 111. State Journal, 10c a Week. Jimmy Britt, the Pride of Frisco. Britt's defeat will cut but little figure, but if Nelson should happen to fall by the wayside there will be much wailing in the camp of the Durable Dane. -At present Nelson has a half dozen good offers under consideration for a return match with Joe Gans, one of them being a $35,000 purse from a club in Reno, Nev. Tex Kicard is also after Nelson and Gans for a bout on Labor Day and Nelson can demand any old kind of purse he cares to ask for should he win a quick victory over Britt. Joe Gans has about made up his mind to fight Nelson at 133 pounds ringside, and it .s stated on good authority that there will be no trouble in bringing the men to gether Fhould Nelson make out well with Britt and Gans win over George Memsic, whom he is to box at Los An geles before Tom McCarey's club In August. TOMMY BOISSWAS "GOIXG." Says Squires Almost Had Him Out for Ten Secontis or Los Angeles. . Cal.. July 30.-Tommy Burns, who is here, says that there is no danger of his attempting to evade a fight with Jack Johnson. He claims that he w 11 take on the colored man whenever " ' . i. maie. He noints to the fact that no suitable proposition has yet been " Tommy' savs that those who hold to-the Y,a -Ri'n Rnnires is a dub are labor ing under a mistaken impression, and that if Sautres ever geis m mis houuvurirhts he will make a showing that will justify this statement. Tommy says, despite nis Bensauonw liitisiE a ..ctra..n there was about five to ten seconds of the most distressing period of his ring career wnen squires conneciea with his jaw, after being put down the first time. "Nobody knows how near I was to be ing out rinht then." said Tommy. -'I did not know I was alive for five to ten sec onds, and I want to tell you I was hold ing to the Australian for dear Ufa and that 51U,JW on xne siue. oquires Knew x was hurt and he tried to break away to finish the 1ob, but I held him in a loving embrace until I could collect my senses. and then went arter nim. mis reputation as a slugger is genuine, ana ne nit me harder than I ever was nit Derore." Tn addition to his Interests in the fight ing world as the managerof Jimmy Burns, Tommy now is a full-fledged theatrical man. He has invesd in a five-year lease on the Columbia theater. SOME ODD PARIS BETS. One Man Loses Wajrer on Time Limit for Developing Speed. Paris. July 30. There has been some lively betting among Paris sportsmen con cerning improvements in locomotion. Er nest Arcnneacon oei ax. unerron fiu.uuu thnt Ytv Mav. 1907. an automobile boat would do seventy-five kilometers (about Leavenworth Times: Ashley, Law ler and Cobb joined the team In Springfield yesterday, the former to again take his turn with the pitchers and the latter two to go Into the out field. According to President Rohr this will be about the end of changes In the team for this year. All the efforts put forth to make the team win have been unavailing and the chances are that Leavenworth is scheduled for the cel lar championship. . "No matter what happens we can not win,"- said President Rohr yester day. "1 guess the best we Can -do now is to plug along and do the best we can, in the meantime strengthening our chances for next year." The team of this season presents several men who are worth the keep ing and who will form a nucleus about which the team lor laus win De con structed. The entire pitching staff will probably be held over. Every one of the men has pitched good ball the greater part of tha season and would have won with the right kind of sup port in the field and at the bat. Gil bert would probably have ranked witn the best men in the league, and Hoi lingsworth. and Selby have each pitch ed magnificent ball In - places. Both Queisser and Fisher are available catchers. Vaughn will -be-.saved out of the infield. How Cobb and Lawler show up remains to be seen, but It is probable that the outfield will be held at least until it can De seen wnat im provements can be made next spring. TTmnire O'Connell. who broke In the Western association In Topeka. is re ceiving favorable notices all through the association everywnere ne goes, tie is probably the best indicator handler that Shiveiy nas. McCIintock. who worked .In the game yesterday with the Mets against .Wichita, is one of . Oklahoma City's latest acquisitions from the O. A. K. league. He is one of the best pitchers in that league and Manager McFar land thinks well of him. . Think how funny It will seem to see Jack Henry in a uniform of a visiting team. He will work in the Oklahoma series with the Mets. Jack seems to have found a home in the Oklahoma metropolis, as the press notices from that town indicate. Oklahoma News: The infield of the Wichita team is not so brilliant as To peka, but It is more steady. That is one explanation of the standing of the team at the top. The pitching staff doesn't amount to a whole lot outside of Young and Speer. Becker is a bet ter pitcher than either Clark or Dick. While the fans are disputing over the different qualities of certain managers in the Western association it would not be amirs for them to take off their hats Ao Captain and Manager Lou Armstrong of the Joplin team. -a wo years ago with an Inferior team Leavenworth was kept In the race all through the season by his executive ability and last season with a team that was. Inferior to- the local team in nearly every respect he managed to keep Topeka worried over the pennant nntll the season was nearly over. Thif season he has a good team. He did not worry himself all winter about getting players with high fielding averages and reputations to work for him but took what he could get and just now with Just such talent his team looks better than any other in the race outside of the Jobbers. Vanderhlll, the catcher, was left over from last season and fills that position about as accept ably as any of them in the league. Rohn was secured from Webb City on a trade for Dalrymple who was at outs with Joplin. Bankhead played last season with Joplin but was rroded to Oklahoma City for Root and Army now has both men without the expense of a single dol lar. Fleming was picked up- in Chicago and Flllman was gobbled up - when Wichita could not use him. Army se cured Persch by trading Cole whom he signed up when Topeka cut him loose. Harrington was secured from Leaven worth on a trade. Olson, the little short stop, was also held over under a reserve contract. Without the expenditure of much money Army has the Miners going at a good speed and they are now soak inat a arreat showlnsc 1 who should catch Persch's Texas leaguer ZSfl?h,eIl fr.!laJt 1. over first base. As a result the Topeka I though Jones wnnld win Th nnnnkr v wuav leuus he in I rin lecunu Rnnrnnflw nan .na. mimawm v, v. .in fr division for the first time this season. and with his SDlendid control thev were helpless . until the ninth inning. Jopes iannea eignt and made many of the otners look ridiculous as they were puzzled by his delivery. But some times tne best pitchers lose. Fate Is a queer thing. The game went along until the ninth Inning and Topeka. seemed to have the best of it. But in this inning joplin won. Flllman, who had previ ously fanned three times, secured a hit Harrington worked a sacrifice and Rohn walked. Flllman and Rohn started a double steal and Fillman was caught at third, Rohn reaching second with sarety. A . hit by Persch over the in field and Jiist Inside of the foul line de cided the game. The ball was a Texas Leaguer and both Olson and Davis started for it. Either could have caught it but both started after It and the ball dropped safe, Rohn crossing the plate for the only run of the game. In the last half of the ninth Kunnei singled and Ragan sacrificed him to second but he got no further as Price, who went in to bat for Olson fanned and Jones rolled one to Bankhead, which ended the game. Topeka was unlucky in the second game. Erwin started tne secona inning with a triple but the next three men went out. The features of the game were the fielding of Persch and Wooley. The former robbed the Champs of several safe ones. Umpire Guthrie, who was nearly put out of commission by the Webb City team, worked in the double header, and while he had a couple of close decis ions got away in good shape. The tale of woe reduced to ngures: JOPLIN. Player AB. R. H: T7H11 n aVt . . D 1- 1 Uo rritlir'tftTl rf. - 4 1 1-2 0 Rohn. lb. 1 f 1 1 Persch. rf 3 1 1 3 0 Armstrong. If 1 ! ? 2 Bankhead. 2b 4 0 I v o Vanderhlll. C 1 Fleming. 3b ' ? I Root, p 4 0 J 1 2 "Happy" Wescott on the Coaching Line. . . In the first game Halla and Root were the opposing pitchers. Both pitched good ball. However, Root had the shade the best of it In the number of hits, al though Halla managed to keep his hits well scattered with the exceptions of the first and last Innings.V Root held the locals down to four hits. Each hit, however, counted for a run. Halla got away bad In the first In ning. Johnny Fillman )Who-looks more like a Japan native, than a ball player, beat out a bunt down the, third base line. The little shortstop by some dar ing work on the bases stole second and third and scored when Harrington hit one out to Spec and the White Sox cap tain muffed it. Rahii hit - safe, -ad vancing Harrington. ,.tb . third.. John went to second on Persch's inflejd out, Armstrong ftew ouf 'to Davls' but Bank- head." who is not ' generally known as -one of the best hitters in the Associa tion, broke up affairs by hitting safe and registering Harrington and Rohn. Matters progressed: in one two three order until the fourth Inning when the locals tied the score.i Wooley singled and Hurlburt and -ABbott both follow ed, filling-the bases. .On- the return of Abbott s hit Harrington threw to van derhlll to hold Wooley on third but the big Hollander let the ball roll to the grandstand and Wooley scored. Hurl burt scored on a passed ball by Vander hill and Abbott scored when Davis sac rificed. - O. 1 E. 1 0 0 0 0 0 .- 1 Total;; v- Player Wooley, If. .. Hurlburt, cf. Abbott, lb. .. Brwln, c Davis, rf Runkel. ss. . Ragan, 3b. .. Olson, 2b....--. Halla, p. ..... 5 10 27 14 .2 TOPEKA. . AB. R. 4 ...... 4 ..... 4 ... 3 3 3 3 3 3 II. 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 o. 5" 1 9 2 4 - 2 2 2 0 A. 0 D 1 1 0 0 s 5 0 on balla Oft Burns 3, off Vananda 8 oirucK out By Burns 2, by Fleharty jh vananda 6 in four inn jngs, on Fleharty 4 in four innings. f" on Dases Webb City 4. Hutcn inson 3. Double dIhvk Ne to Ol. Wright, Johnson to Casey to ink. Passed ball Lewis. Sacrifice D Jonnson. . stolen base Burns. Time of game 1:40. Umpire O'Con nell. Attendance 200. Oklahoma City 7, Wichita 2. Wichita,. Kan., July 30. Oklahoma City defeated the Jobbers by the score of 7 to 2 In a poorly played game. The locals did not endanger the Mets but once, and that was in the. sixtn inn ing, when McCIintock was batted out of the box. - - OKLAHOMA CITY. ' Pendry, 3b. 4 2 3 ScoKsrms. If. k a a Gill, lij. 5 i . a Rapps, 2b. .......... 5 3 2 Mccarland, if. 5 l 0 Henrv. e. k ft i Goes, ss 4 o 2 White, cf 4 2 3 McCIintock, p. s 1 1 Bandy, p 10 0 15. 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Totals 41 10 27 WICHITA. AB. H. 5 Plaver Milan. If. .. Becker- rf. Hetling, 3b. Bayless, cf. Holland, lb. Weaver, c. Annls, ss. . Kelly, 2b. .. Speer. o. ... Clark, p. Nichols O. 1 s o 2 9 9 0 1 0 . 0 0 Jx. 0 1 1 1 0 1 3 3 0 Totals .............37 9 27. 12 4 Batted for Clark in ninth. SCORE BY INNINGS. Oklahoma City ....1 5 0 0 0 0 0 1 07 Wichita 0 o 0 0 0 2 0 0 02 The summary: First base on hall, Off Speer 2. Struck out By Speer 4, by Clark 1, by McCIintock 4, by Ban dy 2. Two-base hits -Gill. Ranns. Hit by pitcher Pendry. Time 2:00. Attendance 500. Umpire Jacobs. Springfield S, Leavenworth 0. Springfield. Mo.. July 30. Snrlng- fleld made it three straight by win ning from Leavenworth by a score of 3 to o. cuthbert's batting and fleldine were features. SPRINGFIELD. Nofhlnfj 1 Ever Made To Equal ' KIRK'S JAP ROSE f Transparent Toilet SoapX JAPROSE !? SJ Transparent Bwap BATH SOAP knolvn-. Lathers equally well In hard or soft water never leaves sediment or scum. Grocers and drngglsls sen It. only in the last inning. Score bv lnninara: T? TT P! Cincinnati 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 1 Philadelphia 1 1000000 03 Batte-ries Mason and Ewlne-: Sparks and Jacklltsch. National League Standing. Clubs Wm. ul Clilcago 65 Pittsburg 52 New York 61 Philadelphia 46 .Brooklyn 41 Boston , , 37 Cincinnati 30 St. Louis 21 24 33 34 37 49 4S 53 72 Pet .730 .612 .enu .554 .466 .435 .0 .226 AMERICAN LE'TUE. sac- and Player AB. H. O. A. IE Murray, cf. 4 1 1 0 0 Cole. If 4 11 0 0 Cuthbert, rf. 3 2 5 0 0 Reed, lb 3 1 10 0 0 Porter, ss. 3 1 0 0 0 Smith, 2b 3 0 0 2 1 Segmeyer. 3b 3 0 110 Tonneman, c. 3 0 8 0 0 Olmstead, p - 3 O 0 2 0 Totals 29 fi 26 5 1 Vaughn out. bunted third strike. A. 0 0 3 0 1 1 0 2 6 E. 0 0 0 0 0 . 0 0 0 0 LEAVENWORTH. Player AB. H O. Lawler. If, 4 12 Cobb, rf. 4 12 Vaughn, 8b 4 10 (julesser, c 4 0 6 Schumyer, 2b.- ...... 4 11 Quisley. lb 3 0 11 Middleton. cf 4 1 0 Turner, ss 3 0 1 Selby. p 3 0 1 Totals .33 5 24 13 SCORE BY INNINGS. sprlngneld ... ..0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 03 Leavenworth 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 The . summary: Earned run . Springfield 1. Two base hits Cuth bert, Reed, Vaughn, Shumeyer, Mid dleton. Base on balls Off Olmstead Struck out By Olmstead 8 bv Selby 5. Left on bases Springfield 3. Leavenworth 7. : Sacrifice hit -Outh-tiert. -: Wild pitch Selby. ' -Passed ball Quiessr. Time of game -1:25. Umpire-- Mclnnes. ' Boston 4, Cleveland S. Boston, July 80. Two hits, a riflce and errors by Turner O'Brien in Boston's half of the eighth converted what looked like a victory for the crippled visitors into a vletorv for the home team. Sore by Innings: . - - R.H.E. Boston 1 000000S 4 9 3 Cleveland 0 0000101 02 8 3 Batteries Winter -nd Criger; Liebhardt and Bemls. American League Standing. Clubs- Won. Lo. Chicago .... Cleveland ... Detroit Philadelphia New York .. St. Louis Boston Washington 54 53 50 49 41 36 34 27 35 36 34 36 45 51 52 Pe .607 .696 .55 .576 .477 .414 .3! .229 j5J4KUICA. ASSOCIATTOX City 3. At Kansas City Kansas Minneapolis 4. At Louisville Louisville 0, Indian apolis 1. At Columbus Columbus 8. Toledo At Milwauke Paul 4. -Milwaukee 12, St Amerlcau Association Standing. Jf Clubs- won. Lost. pTt ir-.j bi Minneapolis 55 Columbus 53 Kansas City .Milwaukee .. Louisville ... Indianapolis St. Paul .... .. 49 4S 45 41 40 29 43 41 48 4$ 62 5t 58 B93 55S 55 h) MA 414 408 Western Association Standing. 12 Totnls 30 4 4 27 SCORE BY INNINGS. TopeKa v " Summary: Earned runs Topeka 2, Joplin 2. Two base hits Erwin. Perscn. Sacrifice hit Downs. Btoien oases r 111- man 2. Davis. Bases on balls Off Hal la 1. off Root 1. Struck out By Root 1. Left on basest Topeka 1, Joplin 4. Double plays Ragan to Olson to Ab bott; Fleming to Rohn. Attendance 1,200. Time of game umpire Guthrie. Second game: - Player AB. R ... 4 ... 3 ... 3 - ... 4 ... 4 ... 3 ... 2 ... 3 ... 1 ... 4 Wooley, If. - Hurlburt. ci. Abbott, lb. . Erwin, c. ... Davis, rf. ... Runkel, ss. . Ragan, 3b. .. Olson. 2b. ... Price Jones, p H. 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 o. 3 2 7 7 4 . 2 1 1. 0 0 A 0 Clubs Won. Wichita 60 Oklahoma City 48 Joplin 47 Huicninson 48 Topeka 47 Webb City- 38 Springfield 24 . Leavenworth 18 Lost. 22 32 34 38 38 44 53 55 P.-f .732 .600 .6R0 .558 .553 .464 .312 .247 NATIONAL LEAGTTS. Totals ... ......31 0 JOPLIN. AB. R. 4 .... 3 3 4 4 27 10 H. 1 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 o. 1 3 9 4 2 1 4 ' 2' 1 A. 1 0 2 0 0 2 1 4 1 Dutch Persch, "Who Played a Star Game for Joplin. It looked like a cinch for the local ag gregation when Erwin opened the sev enth with a double and went to third on Davis' fielder's choice. Runkel hit one back of Fillman which Johnny muffed and Krwm crossed tne plate. This put the- locals one run to the good and when Joplin came' to bat in the ninth inning. they were still one run behind Topeka. - ? But . -Halla walked Persch and Armstrong and Bankhead hit safe in succession, scoring Persch This left the score a tie and it little looked as .though .. the . Miners would forge Into the lead, especially when Vanderhlll and Fleming both retired on fouls. But Jack; Root bad not pitched all the ' game to b jost - and In order to save his efforts from being classed as a defeat hp smashed the Spalding "'to Player Fillman, ss. ... Harrington, cf. Rohn. lb Persch. rf Armstrong. If. Bankhead. 2b 3 Vanderhlll, c. ...... 2 Fleming. 3b 3 Westcott, p.......... 3 Totals .."..'........29 1 ' 5 27 ' 11 1 SCORE BY INNINGS. Topeka 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 Joplin i.-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 Summary: Three base hit Erwin. i Sacrifice hits Ragan, Harrington, Van i derhlll. Stolen bases Hurlburt 2, Rohn. Bases on balls Off Jones 1; Westcott 4. Struck out ay jonea a; Dy westcott 4. Tft on base Topeka 9, Joplin 4. Time of game 1:35. Umpire Guthrie, ' Wehh City' S, Hutchinson 1. Webb Cltv. Mo.. July 30. The ' lo cals made It' two out of three by de feating Hutchinson Monday in a fast slaved erame. 3 to 1. vananaa was re lieved In the" fifth by Fleharty, who pitched , good ban tne remamaer 01 the game. ;s. . WSB til x . AB. II- 3 1 Or. L Player- Collins, cf. Cheek, e Olson, ss." Wright, lb. Lofton, If.-- Blausser, 3b. Nee. 2b. ...... Meredltn, n. Bums, p. .... ; Total 3 4 3 3 2 8 .29 O. 3 8 8 27 PERFECT Tooth P JL 0 .CEOS' Cleanses and beautifies the teeth, and purifies the breath. TTsed bv TWi-nln rf rflnvmfrrrT lbr over a quarter of a century. Convenient for tourists, . PREPARED BY Plaver Petti grew, rf. Casey. 2b. ... Noyes, io. .... Zink. lb. . Lewis.' c. .... Wilson, If. Johnson, ss. -Zackert, cf. . Vananda, p. . Fleharty, p. Andrews .... Totals HUTCHINSON. , AB. H. ... 2 ... 4 ... 4 ... 4 :..- ... 4 ... 2 ... 8 ... 2 ... 1 ... 1 O. . 1 4 1 12 4 0 0 2 0 0 0 A. 4 0 .- 4 0 0 1 2 0 3 10 A. 0 2 4 0 1 1 2 0 4 1 0 . E. E. 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 , 0 31 . 6 24 15 Batted for Johnson in ninth. SCORE B'j INNINGS. Webb City .... ..1 0 0 0.3 0 Hutchinson ... 0 0 0 0 0 1 The summary:. Earned runs Webb City 1. Hutchinson. Two base bus -Nee. Blausser. zuije, wuson. tsases 0 0 00 -3 01 Chicago 2. Brooklyn 1. Chicago, July 30. Monday's game was a pitchers' battle and went nine innings without a rcore, only one hit being made off Brown and three off Mclntyre in that time. In the tenth Lumley hit. over the right field fence for a home run. In Chicago's half Alperman fumbled Kling's drive. Howard was sent In to bat for Brown and singled, Hoffman sacrificed, Sheckard struck out. Schulte was purposely passed and Chance won the game with a hit past second, scoring Kling and Howard. Score by lnnlnzs: . R.H.E. Chicago 0 00000000 22 6 0 Brooklyn 0 00000000 11 2 1 Batteries Brown and Kling; Mc lntyre and Bergen. New York 4. St. Lonls S. , St. Louis, July 30. After a wild throw by Mathewson which gave St. Louis the two tying runs in the ninth inning, New Tork won. 4 to 3, in the eleventh. Score Ty Innings: R.H.K. St. Louts 0 000000020 13 8 2 New York 0 001001000 Z t 8 1 Batteries Karger and Noonan; Mathewson and Bresnahan. Boston 6. Pittsburg 3. Pittsburg, July 30. Pitcher Duggle by made hia first appearance on the home grounds as a member of the Pittsburg team. He did well until the sixth inning, when Boston won the game by hitting hlai soupdly. S'.-orj by Innings: RH.E. Pittsburg 10001100 03 8 1 Boston 1 0 0 0 0 3 2 0 06 10 1 Batteries Duggleby, Leever and Gibson; Lindaman and Brown , Philadelphia 2. Cincinnati 1. Cincinnati, Ohio, July 30. Errors by Oanzel and Lobert In the first two innings gave Philadelphia enough runs to win the game. Cincinnati was un ableto bunch hits off Sparks, scoring HESTFU J.KAGrK. Pueblo 4-2, Denver 0-0. . Denver, Col., July 30. Denver and Pueblo broke even in a double header. Score by Innings: R H E ' Denver .00000000 00 7 8 Pueblp 00 40000 00 7 0 Batteries-C. Adams and Zalusky; McGregor and Drill. Second game Score by Innings: R.H E. Denver 1 0 0 0 4 0 4 0 9 14 3 Pueblo 10100000 02 4 1 Batteries Boliannon and McDon ough; Morgan and Smith. McPberson 17, Hillsboro 4. Hillsboro, Kan., July 80. Both Hillsboro pitchers were put to the brush in today's baseball game with McPherson and McPherson won by the score of 17 to" 4. The Hillsboro team as a whole played miserable ball and their errors assisted McPherson in piling up the score. Riegle rjartial- ly redeemed himself by knocking out 4 nits out or 4 times up including two triples. Also Schaeffler for Hillsboro made two sensational catches in left field. Soore bv Innings: R.H E. Hillsboro 0 010001204 8 10 McPherson 5 3111160 017 15 2 Batteries: Hillsboro, Riegle, Hed Inger and Hedinger and Herbel; Mc Pherson, Taylor, Wares and Haggett. Altoona 3, Sladlson 0. Altoona, Kan.,' July 30. Altoona defeated Madison Monday in a fast game, 3 to 0. Batteries Brennan and Lloyd; Harding and Martin. Neodesha 3, Iola 2. Neodesha, Kan., July 80. Neo desha beat the Iola Trolley league team here Monday, the second of a series of three baseball games, by a scare of 3 to 2. This Is the seven teenth victory for Neodesha this sea-, son, with only one defeat. ' t s SHIRTS QIVC -r SATISFACTION AND LONO WEAR. ASK FOR CLUETT SHIRTS AND LOOK FOR - CLUCTT LABEL INSIDE THE YOKE. WHITE AMD FANCY FABRICS. CLUETT. PEABODY 4. CO. mahcks or annow collars. ABE ATTKLL IS WILLING. Readv to Sign Articles to Meet Freddie Weeks. Chicago. July 30. Abe Attell, feather weight champion or tne world ana tne cleverest fisrhter that ever donned aglovs. has accepted tne cnauenge nurifd at ni hv Freddie Weeks, the Denver fighter. 1 well as tne oner 01 j. xi. iranman, wnu proposes to run a fight In Goldfield on Labor day. "I am ready to fight any man in the world at 122 pounds, and the world knows this. I bar no one. Color makes no differ ence to me. White or black, if they will do my weight and some club offers a suitable purse. I am there ready to do business. I want to meet Gama, for I b lieve I can beat him," - .-. A Young Ball Player Arrives. Clay Center, Kan., July 80. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Howard Price - on July 2.4th, an 8V4 pound girl.' Price Is home with his wife for a short time. He is playing ball with the Columbus, Miss., team in the Cotton state league to whom- he was sold by Webb City. 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