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TULSA DAILY WORLD, MONDAY, AUGUST 16, 1920
ADAMS PITCHES OILERS TO 2 TO 0 VICTORY OVER INDIANS
Cleveland's Home Run in 2nd
Gives Homelings First Marker
Brilliant Fielding byj
Both Clubs Keeps !
Score Down j
OUTFIELD SAVES HITS
Oiler GnrdenorH Make Four
Sensational V 1 a y p
Allen Effective
11Y liAIUtV MAIM'.
Testrrday wan perfect day for
Tulsa baseball fan Tin y saw one
of the. best played """ mneii 1 iUsa
.nteirtrt the. Western leaguo nst
year--and they saw their Oilers
humhlo thi Oklahoma City Indians
by a iicore or 2 In 0.
To Carl Adams and Harney Cleve
land goes tho greatest honors of the
day. Adams pitched brilliantly,
holding the Indians hltless for flv.i
Innings, lie allowed flvo liltn the
last four frame, hut Ihoy "II went
for only one base each and when
danger threatened ho tightened and
et the Indlnna back without n run
It was Cleveland's home run, a
smashing wallop over tho left field
barrier that gave tho Oilers their
run In tho second Inning, thus Ret
tin the Jump cm their Oklahoma
rival.
lVMIni: IVnluriw.
nrlltlant fielding by both clubs
featured tho tl.iy'a pastlmlnH. Kspeel
ally notable whk the play of Ihn Oiler
outfield which made four spoctnc
ular catches and a taut doublo pl.iy
by tho Infield In tho sovoiith when
the Indians threatened. Tho Indians
accorded Allen and Hnllsbury error,
less support and they also niada scv.
oral sensational fielding plays.
Allen hurled creditable ball for
seven Innings, ono run and flvo hits
httvlnB been rnado off hi delivery
In that time, when ho waa taken from
the came to allow Ilrannlgan to hat
for him. ilrannlsan, who hit safely
twice In tho pinch In tho Tulsa-Oklahoma
City dnubluheader at Okla
homa City Tucmlay, failed to comu
through and Hoy Hallsbury, who
hurled tho elshth Inning for tho In
diana allowed thrco hits and ouo run.
Oiler Soto In Hth.
The Oilers tuado their second run
In the eighth Inning. Davis itartcd It
with a single! to right. II rutin on
failed to hit on ths hit and run and
Davis was out at second, Griffith to
iDarrlnger. llrannon doubled to left
Adams singled to right, llrannon
scoring.
Tho IndlanH only chance to score
came In tho eighth, the only Inrllng
In which they made two hits. With
one out, (irahnm and Darrlngcr
singled to right and through short
rcsDectlvely, Hughes grounded
eharply to Tlerney, who pugged to
Wuffll, catching Darrlngcr. Wuffll's
speedy peg to McMtinui completed
the double" play.
Oilers Incn'nso lntl,
Tho Oilers, by vlrtuo of the victory
over tho Indians, Increased their lead
from two games to two-ono-halt
games over the second-place Wichita
Witches, who split ft doubleheader
with Joplln.
OLYMPIC GAMES
GET UNDER WAY
u.
S. Athletes Feature
in Opening "Day's
Program
ANTWnill, Ilelglum, Aug. 15.
The establlthmont of a new world's
Javelin hurling record. In which Kin
nlsh throwers won tho first four
places, and tho playing of ovury
American entered In nil the other
preliminary contest featured the
opening of tho seventh Olympian
contests In the Mudlum here today.
.All four Americans won their heuts
In the qualifying dush of the 100-
meter Olympic, event hum today. J.
V, tichoU, University of Missouri;
JOrcn Murcnisoii, imbw vurk, A. C.
und Chnrli V. raddnck, Lm An
geles, A. C, liiaili) the best time.
10 4-5 seconds. M. M Ktrksoy, Olym
pic club, Ran Francisco, covered tho
dlslancu In 11 seconds. Twelve heats
were contested, the (lint twu run
ners In each heat ijuallfylng fur tliu
seml-flnalu.
All four American half-mllerj
riuallfled In tint hOO nletre run al
though none of Ilium was llrut.
, WJitlirr Is Ideal.
I The weather again was Ideal.
I bringing out a. crowd estimated at
7,000 to the Mndlum, ItH members
wero largely townsmen hut Amer
icans In tho grand stands and amphi
theater donated the cheering.
In the first heat of the qualify
ing section of the (00 -metre hurdles
event, A Desrh of Notro Hum uni
versity finished first Andre of
Kramcwiii seeund and J. K Norton
of thu Dljmplc- i-luh, K.iu Kmuclseo.
third. The time was S&S ti seronds.
All three qualified for the finals.
IMimls Wins HurillcH.
In tho ecnnd hunt nf the hurdles
Wank lpomls, Jr.. CMilcago, A. A.,
was flrKt nhristlernnen of Bweden
second, and CharliB D. IVibkh, I,os
Aneelwi, A C, third. Tlmo 12 2-5
seconds. These three also qualified
lor ttie nnais
Murru. wti 'ier of the lavelln event
added 0 1 metres to the sruro of 60.14
metres made by II. V Iemoilnii; of
Swedvn In the ptnrminlm games vt
1912 In addition, the next f"ur
flnaliets In the event all exreeded
Lemming s tnrnw.
Western League
Baseball
TULSA
VS.
OKLA. CITY
4:15 1 M.
s
L
Getting Good Lead
OKLAHOMA CITV
aii, it, ii, ro. a. i..
Hit, rf t II i !! O 0
Moore, If I (I I il 0 0
Harper, sf I n I t I)
Miniiiiioii'. :ih ... n ii I ii i o
(imliniii, III .... I 11 1 7 O 0
Itsnltiger, w .... I II I il 0 (I
I Incite.. I'll 2 0 0 S .1 0
(iriintii, u a o (i n a o
Allen, i I! II O 0 I (I
llniuiiluan .... I II 0 0 0 (I
KiiIMmM, p II 0 0 0 0 II
Totnl-4 .11 o r a i o o
(iiiiiinili'd to Clorland for Al
len In Mill,
Tt'I.SA
All. It. II. IH, A. II
. i ii n a n n
. i ii a :i a o
. a u ii n o n
a ii I a I I
. a i j o i t
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. a ii f J a i
llttrlii", If ...
Wtiffll. ah
Mi'.Miiniis, Hi
'llrrney, m .
rinteiiiiMi, ah
Connelly, cf , .
limit,, rf . . ..
llrannon, o . .
AiIkiik, i . . .
'loiiiis .... an a h a7 a
oklahoiiin city . nun ono ono n
rii iii mo ooii inn a
'I nn.ImM' lilt Ilniiiiioti. Ilnino run
Clerlnud. Iliism on IiiiIIh Off
Album a, filruck inn Hv Allen a,
b) Adams I. Hunt anil lilts Off Al
len I nnd A In 7 Inning", off KalNhiiiy
I mill a In 1 Inning, l,olitg I'llriirr
Mien, Nlnleii Imser. Wuffll a. Ilouble
phi) 'Hcrney to Wullll to MnMnniM.
Left im hnei Okliilionta Oily II,
Tulsn a. 'I Imi' of gnine I liniir, III
nilnnle. empire la-uiion nnd
Ilcl.er.
Notes of the Game
Salisbury will probably ho Ilrecn's
mound choice nnd Morris or Weber,
Abbott's selection for today's Kame.
Ilnrnoy Cleveland led tho batters
yesterday wltn two mm in mren
limes up. Including his home run.
liny Querry was hit In tho hend by
ono of Adams' fast ones In practice
beforo tho Kiimo yesterday, Al
though painful, the Injury did not
prevent Hoy from watching tho
gamo from tho bench.
Ilrannon's stop of a wild pitch
nnd his peg catching Orlffln In an
attempt to nleal second In the third
got a great hand.
Connelly went to doen center, to
take. Mooro's drive In tho fourth.
llurkn's ratch of Uarrlngor's
liner In tho seventh saved u hit.
"Yank" Davis twice arose to
emrgonclse ysterday und saved al
most surn hits and possible runa.
He made his first great ralch In
tho fourth Inning when ho speared
Harper's ilrtvu off tho fence. Davis
nas running with his bark toward
tho ball. In the seventh Inning ho
m ml ii a desperate land successful
run for Mndlmoro's drive.
Durrlnger robbed Davis of a hit
In the seventh by getting a difficult
Texns leaguer near the left field
foul line.
COTTON MARKET QUIET
Prices Show Inrllier WcnUenlng
Tendency During Week! CollarM
of Anto Industry Is Itcflci'ttMl,
NEW YOHK, Aug, 15. Tho rot
ton goods markets remained quiet
last week nnd prices showod a fur
ther weakening tendency.
Tho collapse of the automobile In
dUHtry has been reflected In cotton
goods and cotton yarn markets In
many demands for deferred dellv
erles nn huge contracts for uiltomo
hlle supply' ntutorlats.
Jobbers tiro stilt very timid about
placing orders. Htnple 8 ounce Unk
ings wero reduced during the weok
by thu largest eiiNtrrn producer to
44 6 ccilt a yatd frum 55 cents,
Millie a southern Hue wna reduced
tit JAI- rrntn frnm 4T, cents.
lilenclied cottons uro siuggisn.
UhiKhuina are being ordered mod-
eiatulv for snrlng.
ImpnrtH of cotton goods continue
large. The epoit trado Is dull. Our-
tal nioiit or production among mo
tntlU in tnrreaslnu.
Current price are: rnnt rnuns
Inch A4t64's lie: 4xr0's 13 W.
03 Inch 64.3164's nrnwn snota
Ings, southern stnndards 35 tl ej tlok
Ings 8 nuncn I4H0; detinnm i2.20
. i j . . . ..(... u -I u ..I i. t-lmr
llllllbU Ui I,,.B
hams 21 Mu; ues gnguams jcic anu
37 'SC.
i'AWIIt'BKA. Aug. 15 The ar-
rest of Curley Johnson nnd Howard
Htantnn on tho charge of having a
car with a mutilated numbor In
their tmwiesBlon led to the discovery
of the theft of four oars at Wynona,
sll of which havo been returned to
their owners.
Police Raid Game;
Get Maim Chips and
50 Decks of Cards
Police officers yesterday after
noon visited the Osugo hotel on
I'.ast First nnd raided a poker
gaum which has linen under sur
vellance for some tlmo. HI men
with at rested and several hundred
pokrr ehlpts and about 50 dueks of
playing ards wero confiscated.
W. J. llrrryhlll was nrresied and
charged with operating a gambling
hall and II. K. Hlmpson, K. 11.
Jones, C. A. Newell, M. O. Tllue
and John Treat were charged with
gambling. All of the men were
later released on (CO bonds.
Officers, who made the raid de
clared that the two rooms In which
the game was In progress were
equipped with regular gambling
fixtures, Feveral card tables and
many chairs ucru uli ordered
confiscated. Among tho officers
who participated in the raid were,
AV II. Wllkerson, cuptaln, It, 15.
lllce, Charley Anderson, I 1'.
Brpilres, "Doc," Ileaett and lot J.
Langloy, plalnclutheaznea,
"THAT LITTLE, GAME"-
I OH For a
.Nice BIG
Gla&s of
oud FASriioNEb
BEER l
r
SH-H-H-H-
Not So
L-OUC5.
The Host
iMI&MT
HEAR You,
i wuufk i 1 1 r a n vam i i i r ' j i
x ntnK w r oSHEEWonlWou -T I
TRIBE, SOX WIN;
YANKEES BEATEN
Indians Trim Browns
Sox Beat Tigers
Yanks Lose
ri.bVKLAND. Aui. II. Clark, a re
cruit, halil HI. liili to four hit, two of
which rt acricht, and CUvcland woa
todny'a famt.
Hcora
(L tnli
Clmlini
AD II. ro. A.
as. ii. ro. A.
Itotiff.is
IWMi.Ib
bUIw.Id
Hlllli.lt
3 10 3
luntftoQ If
4 I I
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niriln-r.Sb 'J
MfnrnfnOb 3
r4initun,lQ 4
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Clvk.a t
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Twmn.ri
Bllllnu.a
IlnU.p
Sthomi.p
Tnllll
it ii i
ToUll
JIJO If 10
ilTaltM for"0ivla In flillth.
SI .Lnilla 00l (llli 000 (I,
I'levrlaml . 010 010 (it
Ituna Nprakrr. KIrnar hmUh, OaMnar
Wambviranna, Jotimtftn. Two haap tnta
sti0r, inmar vnilin. ilonte run Jurinaion.
Iioubfr t'lara.-O'Ntlll a.nd Watnbvf anna;
Karl Hnillh. (l,lon and rllater, Johniilen
unaaalatail. Ilaaa on balla -off llntla t, oil
Clark 1, Struck out lly Uatla 1, Moth
oron ii Clark 1.
Will Rat lUt Hard.
riETtlOIT. Aur.. II.- -Chlraso dafaatad
Datrot hara lodair nr ruttin l.tonird hard
Hl una In ma iiiin inntns in UfJ
many runa for tha vtattora.
Scola. 1
Ckluil Ditralt
aii ii. ro. a. ad. ii, ro A
UlbnHrf 4 13 0 tmnl.lD 4 13 3
rrolllni.tb 0 3 4 3 Bj.h.M 3 111
Vf.r.3b 6 13 3 l-dibrf .10 5 0
llcArn.lf 9 13 0 k-irb.lf I 1 S 0
nlKb.rf a 3 4 0 lltllniilb 4 0 10 I
J Cr.Hlm.lb 3 1 ID 0 borUn.rf 4 10 0
lr(.al 13 11 hcnM 110 3
rVJialk.a 113 1 Humid 3 10 0
CltoUfP 110 1 Almmllb.l 10 3 0
Uontrd p 3 0 0 4
Afwl p 10 0 0
ToUll 3li 13 It 10 To(U 3 tl U
cTleaio
OOlloTooi l
D'lroit
100 110 000 I
ltuna Lalbold. Waavtr. .lackaon, Katich
S. Colllna, Itlibfrc J. grlmlk. I'lcnlta
urn lluah. Hhortan. urrtirItiabers.
tlman. Twn-baaa htta. lluah. Vrarn
Knaia and ralach, Toum. Clcolla. -Horn
run. IIINHTK ltaia nn nana, on i.mn .
Aran 1 struck uul by Iunard 1, ctcntia
ll Uayara i
tnarldan la InrffclllA.
VA8lllNlTON. Aui. II Iorlda waa
Carl Adams Surmounts Handicaps;
He's One of Oilers Best Moundmen
Curl
Carl Adams, eraek pllcher of
came yesterday against tho Oklaiionia t'tty team nas Biirtinuntc t m,ny
handiraps this tieusnn, Adams has been troubled with various u 1 -i- not
the least of which aro the effects of heiliB gassed while servmg ,.(, ,n0
A K, I'' In KrHnce, Hut he refused to become discoursed v.r. ininBS
looked bad for him and now he's considered oua of the Oiler and the
league' beat pitchers,
f!
Holt'
CHEAP 5KATH I
NAJHEflff DO foU
get that
0H For-stuff
To. Give yojo
HonrtAHs amo Art
oskee wou; Wou;
Fori A Scuttle.
both wild and Ineffective today and Wain
Inst .n ilrftatid Ni York.
Noora
WllklaltM
All. II. M. A
lnrlt-lb
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RlfM
I (Irfwar.rf
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r.iwN.Jb
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fibarrllr.c
DUkinn p
larhtrv.p
TrrtAll
39 9 H 13
I Va'tlnt for Hlioro 111 iih
Naw York 000 00J s 4
Washington 013 010 00 .
Ituna Ward, I'ccklnpaush, Ituth. Lfwla,
.India, Milan 3, ltlra. Il(war, Hhanka
r;rrnra Hhansa Twn.naaa niiat rtnanna,
lllra nouhla ntay. Trait to 1'acklnnaUKh
lo I'lppi racklnpaush to Pratt l Plpp
Ilaaa on balla. oir .Mniri.ua a, i.ricaaon
3: flhora 2. Zaohary 1. Struck out tiy
Morirldsa Ii Krlckaon ll Bhora I; Qulnn
U
New Orlcnna Clooeil.
NIOW OUIHANH, Aug. 15 For
the first time since tho vlllnge days
of Now Orleans gambling houses
wero, closed at 12:01 o'clock this
morilng. Karly last rdghl police vis
ited each of the places and served
notice the new Hlggtns law would
becomo effective at midnight and
would bo strictly enforced,
M U8KOOKB, Aug. 16. Twelvo
counties have signified their Inten
tlon of sending exhibits to the free
state fair hero this tall.
Dempscu to Engage
in Five Ring Scraps
Before End of Year
CJirCACJO, Aug. 15. Jack
Dempaey expects to take part In
flvo fights between fieptember S
and tho end of tho year, ho an
nounced here tonight beforo
leaving with his manager. Jack
Kerns, for Denton Harbor.
Mich., to ntart training for his
bout there Iabor Day with Billy
Mlskn of Be Paul.
Dompsey said that all of the
mutches tentatively (md been
agreed on. and that they would
be definitely announced when va
rious minor detallH had been
cleared up. Thrco will be In Now
York and one In lloston, he said.
I'hoto by Alvln Krupnh k
Ailatm
the Tulsa Oilers who hurled a bnih ,,it
Nlw Vark
AR II. ro. A
KirrUb 5 2 0 4
rrrk.H 4 3 8 T
RnUl.rf 4 13 0
rrilt.lltl 114 3
t .-K.lt 13 0 0
rir.ri.lt 4 3 9 3
n.I'.rr 4 3 0 0
niwla .10 4 3
Mnri'if-P 3 0 11
tap n n o l
rmtar 10 0 0
Qutan.p 0 0 0 0
ToUla 3t T? 34 31
Hi.nting
Sorr. Bovs,-
THE STnoHGEST
I HAVE IS A
Bottle of that being
3luE . "toB'CAse,
T MV WHOLE
i f - J EVENING IS
brOILcu, "
UBTS QO.
OPEfV THE
And vJfe'u-STicw
AflOUMD VrVHlLE
Too plav that
stein Song
RECORD.,
GIANTS DIVIDE 2
GAMES WITH HUB
Bruins Win from Reds
Robins Beat Philjics
Cards Split
NEW TOHK, Aujr. II. New York and
nton fllvlduil a iioutlehtltr htr to
day, th IlravM winning the ftnt gamo
In 11 Inning and the (llnnta the tecon.1,
i to 1 The latter came wu called In the
eventh Inntny on arrount ot larknean
The first ffAine wee marked by a ncene of
dieoraer seldom, 11 aver, ueiore witnaisea
on the Fo!o grounda. The ontbrrak took
Dlace In the elrhth lnnln after Kelly
mid m home run eendlnr two men horn
ahead of him Klret came a nhower ot
etraw hale upon thtf Held. Then someone
from the upper aland toeted a i-on bottle
almoet to the diamond. Thle mii taken
up aa a signal by hundredM and the (laid
soon was literally covered with bottlee.
The .Itoston players rathered about the
pitcher' but to be nut of danger nd
when the bottle throning ceased a large
number of reserve police came Into the
grounds and were stationed about the
upper and lowr stands. The game was
hrld up while the bottles were cleared off
me riAiq aou there has no rurthtr out
breks,
Score:
KlnST OAMH,
lattes
New Vert
J 3 S A
av 11. ro. a ah ii ro a.
iwi.cf i a o o aurai u 0 1 3 0
tritfurr3b 5 14 4 Bi&crf.rt.M 5 16 3
Hum,!! 6 0 0 0 Btlrd Sb 0 0 10
rrube.rf 5 3 3 0 mn.rt 3 1 0
He:jjr,lb 5 3 14 1 rrtfct 3b S 1 0 4
BofhM.3b Asa Kelf.lb 5 1 14 0
Tot&m A 4 3 tipenorr.r 4 110
Maranilcu 0 0 0 0 lnrie2b 4 1 4 H
OfVtlM 3 3 T 0 RofrW.c 5 0 4 4
Il0u7 0 0 0 0 ni!n.p 3 10 3
o'vui.e n o o o fSmitb lioo
Rudolph,? ,1 0 0 4 ixUfme 0 0 0 0
Aftjtr 1 0 0 e Pirn p 10 0 4
MctluUlu.p 0 0 0 0 inKicj 10 0 0
Tolsls 4 T 3315 TnUli M 33 si
HUll-,1 for Ilttfolph In Ifnlh. .
xiltiin (or dowdy In aleaanth.
iluilr.1 for Douglaa In ninth
ultan for Smith In ninth
rmllatlaJ for llalrrt In rlavanlh.
Iioaton otto i no oto el I
Nfw Tork 001 000 Oil 00 T
Jllina Powall, Crulaa. llnlka 1. Ilnaektl.
r'oril, Ilurlnlph. Ilurna :, Ilanerolt, Youna,
Frtach. Katly Lafarva. t:rrnra I'uwell
Unackcl. r'ord I llnma runaPowell,
Kally. Stottn baaaa Younr. Ilurna, KnM
Snyilar. Iloubta rlaa Hnyrtar to Doyla.
Knrd tn ChrlalrntJUry to llnlka. Uaae or.
balla off tloufilai 1. olf llarnaa 1, oft
nudolph 1 struck our lly Douflaaa 1.
by Iluilolph 4, by McQuillan :.
BKCOND I1AML!
lailaa Ni Vark
all. II. TO a AB II. ro. A
ruaall.cf 4 0 3 0 Bjrr.i.lf 3 0 3 0
Mvo.llU.sa lilt l-rfuri.a. 3133
Mann.lt 3 13 0 Voiri rf 3 110
Hullrin.rf .13 10 frlo 3b 3 111
llilka.lr, 3 I S 0 Krlly It) 3 0 0 0
SoHhal.Sh 9 3 0 1 S.rruar.rf 3 O '3 e
laihur7.;b 1 0 0 0 Pn !o 3 0 3 0
Ifioartv I 0 ft 0 "nyiliT.e 114 1
yi4.3t) 110 3 Onilja.p S I t 3
O'NrtlU sola
Bcolt.p 3 0 0 1
Tolall II I II I Trial. 33 3 31 1
jllatla.l for Chrlatanbury In third
Iioaton 00 100 0 t
Na York 001 0C0
lluna Mann, Youn. Doyle, Bnydar.
llanton. KrroraMaruiivtlle, Spencer. Two.
baaa hlta llolka. Young Stolan baaej
floyle, Krtach. Double ptay Marenvtlle lo
llulke. Ilaaa on balla Off Scolt . tilruck
out lly llenton I. by Keen I.
Itoblna It In In I3lh.
IIIIOOKI.Y.N, Aus. II M Wheat's wild
throw to flrat. trylnc lo rrllro Ih ln
by a douhlo ptay let In thf tytns ah'l
winning runa and rave llrnUIn a victory
over I'btladalphla In tho Inelfth Innlni
today.
hroret
Pbllaitaht
BiDolli
A I An il, ro A
0 tllann as Sh S 3 .1 1
0 Jobnnw.Jb I 1 t 4
0 nrtmill.rf S 1 I 0
S ZMhrat.lf 4 0 3 0
II Mrartrf 5 1 3
0 Kan-Ur.lb 3 1 13 1
4 Kiiirtirr.2t note
4 Mrrabe.ai 3 13 4
Wlloll.. 4 1 T S
31 rirtfrra I ft ft 0
0 1 ra tora p ft 0 ft S
0 Mamam p a ft 0 ft
0 nrlnift p 3 ft ft 1
It aaiar 1 ft ft 0
luMI'xtial! 1 ft 0 0
ii 1 Totaii iLiii? JI
r.ul.ll.lh
taenru.lf
maciiUrf
RiUrca,3b
HUlluu.rf
tnia-l,lf
rlatrtwr..
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M.ttTinl.e.
Sirtllh.B
roiaiao s
xirr..th
iilOivy
3 11
TaUta
40
i two out when" winning run soured
xx batted for amun in win.
Ill batted for Cravath In 11th.
s batted for Pfeffar In Ith
se batted for Cadore In 'Ih. AA
PhllsdslphU 100 J10 000 06t J
Brooklyn 600 110 80 0616.
nun--Panletlo '. Stengel. W Warns.
Fletcher. Olson, Johnson. Orlffy: i.
Whest, Klllott 1. M Wheat, M'fahe. Two.
base hlta; Stengel. Williams. Wrlghtatnne,
Olann, Klllott, Three-bale hi tat Johneon
Stolen beaesi McCsbe Double plav:
Pfeifer I. Cadore t Maniaux S
ilrlmea 1 Smith Knstnann 1 Struck
,ii i,v I'rerrer i . i aiiura , uiijiira .
, smith 3.
(-ante (let Kirn llrenk.
ut T nt.tM Auir 16 Plttaburgg
a, ji.ij.. ,ln,,k1haa.1er here to
day the Helton capturing the first In tti
Innings, and Bt, Iuls taking the eecrnd,
riltsburgh'a winning run In the firsi
rami reiulted from Cutshaw'a foul behind
first tut, on which Blgbee scored. When
Urllllant play
of the second di
vision Joplln
Hloux City clubs,
the slump of tho
leading Tulsa
Oilers and Wlch
ta WIUhM and
a tightening ot
the race, fea
tured last week's
Play In the West
urn league,
which Includes
games ot bun
day, August 8,
and Saturday,
August 14, Bpenccr Abbott, manager
ot the Tulsa Oilers, sold his fourth
player to tho big league, Wednesday,
He Is .Marty Mc.Mnnus, youthful first
baseman and one, of tho most prom
ising players In tho league. Tho
near mobbing of Umplro Tim Flood
nt Wichita Wednesday, which
rauecd disappearance Thursday of
that arbiter was the first real out
break of the season against W estern
leaguo umpires, who, on tho whole.
aro above tho average.
The Miners and I'ntkers wero
even In the week's play, each win
ning five out ot seven games. Unth
clubs, the Miners in particular,
plaved lmpret.Mlvn ball. Joplln won
thrco straight from Tulsa nnd one
eur-h from Oklahoma City and
Wichita. Omaha continued Its good
play, winning four out ot seven.
1'Iip Tulsa Olten roneludral
Ih.'lr long road trip ill Oklahoma
Cll Tuixlny by winning it double
header and ilnlons of a sweep to
tln lop wero (teen by Tul.a fans.
lint Hie Ollena run Into n slump In
tho flri-t M'llfs ut home, dropping
t lure straight to .foplln. Oklahoma
City nnule a sweep of the three
gamo M'rirs with Wlelrlta, hut lo.t
Saturday to Tnla. Tho Oklahoma
rhnls maintained a .500 average
In eight games,
Des Moines played, as throughout
the season, Indifferent ball, winning
three and losing four. 8t, Joseph
and Wichita had bad weeks, each
losing five nnd winning only two.
Hero Is the ay they played last
eek :
Team
loplln
Slum City
Omnlui
Tl'LSA
OUIahninu City
lies Molnc
St, doNf ph
Wichita
. - j -.
' BaBBBBBBBBBlaaBBBBBBBBBBBBB!
w. ii. ret.
,-, S .714
5 3 .711
4 .1 .571
4 4 .500
4 4 nun
3 4 . 120
2 ft 286
2 ft .280
Two more days and the southern
clubs Invade the north, where they
start the. final series In that section,
Thursday. Then they come home to
finish tlm season In this end of the
wheel with all four northern clubs
playing In tho south
Pl-mrin. rflantaa1 by the drclslon thre
ha hall Into ins diamond. .Nlcholaon alan
acornl.
Score.
KinST OAME.
ritutirtli i
IL laili
ab. ii ru. A
Ad. il ro. A.
5 1 11 0
S'tbaa.U
rartr.rf
Mcbolkoo.rf
niiit!M,ib
Cuubaa.30
Hutart.ab
raton.H
llirffnw.e
UASlltOQ,P
4 i l o Junm.iB
1 3
1 3
1 11
1 3
0 Muiu.rf
4 1 3
0 I hUM,3S
0 Uxnb;.:b
3 llrUnur.U
8 t laun.u
3
t
1
0
3
1
0
0
ll.alhwtl.tf
rumatia c
Dtltiocfar,!
lUfl
Total! 33 6 33 16 I ToUll II 33 H
I'lttaburgl 010 000 610 011
St. Louie 600 Oil 000 001
nuns--Hlgtiee. Ntenolson wnuieu.
Stock. Lavan. Errors Caton, llaeflner,
flemona. Two-baae hits Carey, Nicholson,
Stock. stolen baaes wniuen. uouoie
plays Cutshaw and Whlttad. Lavan.
Ilornaby and Janvrln. Slock and Jnvrln
llae on halls Off Hamilton I, off May 4
blruck out-Uy Hamilton 3, by May I.
SKCOND (TAMn.
fitlit.rih i SL Leila
AB II. TO A AB II. M. A.
3 111. Motion, It 4 3 3 6
Wl'ye.lt
rairr.ti a
Nicholson rf 4
tltiltlail lb 4
ruthis 3b 3
Birbiri.M-Sb 4
raton 0
M'Kerbne.lb 4
l,e 3
t linrr p 3
piaae p 0
lS.iUr.onh 1
0 ' rwler It, 3 0 II
ft stork.Sb 4 13
1 (lomibr.Sb I I 3
1 I sWiulU.rf 3 1 3
Una M 4 1 n
ll-atlirate cf 4 3
mibnef.M 4 0 1
Klrrliar.p 3 I 1
T"lali
31 34 13
Tit all
11 II 37 II
allalte,! rr Wlaner In elehtll.
Pltleburgll 600 001 0011
.t. Iiuls t0 000 0I 3
Runs Carey. Nicholson, fchotton,
Sclmlti. Heathcote. Hrrore Cutshaw 3.
Sholtun. Klrcher. Two-base htta Nichol
son. Double ulaye Heathcote, Stock', lllg
i, U'hlti.j and Tllake llaae nn balla
Off Klrcher 1. off make. Struck out By
Wiener I. by Klroher I.
Tyler In (Irrail form.
rillCAOO, Aug. II Tyler held Cincin
nati to four lilte. tn of which wera
ecratches, and Chicago won today.
l-onre
ClMlsnltl
Cblun
ab. ii. ro. A.
An it, rn A
Rreh 3b
riarV.rf
ferrf ii
gobrrtaon.U
Jlortlt.lb
rukert.rf
li.al.3t
rrlhrri.Sb
ft'Kamll.e
Tiler, p
4 110
Hubert, lb
Rouah.rf
Ounran.lf
Kept aj
Mall.rf
Slrtlrl 3b
Allen a
iCraoe
lEaiiden e
Ittnc.p
ulttih
atllerp
n 3
1 4
n lo
1 3
Total!
31 4 34 10
TeUll
1 T 31 11
sllattrit for AlTan In eighth.
asUalted for nmg tn elgntn.
iDunoan out. hit by batted ball.
Cincinnati , 600 600 0006
Chicago 000 010 OCl I
Ituna llobrrison. Krror Sicking. Sto
len base Paskert, Ttalb. Double plays
Kopf to TIaubert. Ilaaa tin balls Tyler 4;
Ulna 3 Struck out lly Tyler 3i by King
1. Kller 1
Western Association
At Okmulgea I i 11 . 0.
Knrt Smith I. 6. 1
Smith and From; nolle and Schmidt.
lint r.umr,
Chlekiaha I, Ii 1 .
At Pawhuaka 61 10; I.
Miller and TurnbuH, Hsrla and Cover,
second gamer
hlrkasha I, 6i 0
At Pawhueka t, 1; 1.
Lev. la and Oromm. M, alone and Cover,
'At Springfield l. T. I
Al lleniietla 4 16.
WtlsQi Jonca and Oomes Dunham and
nd 1 Crisp
Drumrlght I 14. I.
At Knld 7 IT 1
Twslio Innlnga.
llaag, Mitchell and OHIendeni Kerns,
Campbell, Alcalulrs a4 Launb.
Miners and Witches Divide 2;
Hard Hitting
RTANDtNO OF TUB TEAMS.
Waitarl laaiia
a. vr I. r,'
t.. w I. ret.
TUtl 69 46 ,600
nllhlU f 41 .671
t. JWTt 61 "
Omaba 31 II .93i
Mia Dty 6
j.Vllo 33 tl .111
trail City 4 f ,413
Dra Mauvs 41 11 .11
Hltlaa.ll IIIIH.
Tfan "f,
Rrmklrs 61
L. frt
Irw
Chlrua
W. L ffL
IK .t1
36 37 .!
Clntlciull 39 41 .111
Nt laila 31 SI
Ia.
4S
Srt Tart 31 41 .341
tlnaMo If SI
niUini 34 11 .101
rtlrUpbll
41 63 .313
Aaariitt Willi.
Tvajl
W. L. tci.
Tl St ,646
Tl 43 .611
Tl II .610
31 II .493
Tin . I-
3aatoo 41 M
niAblnclw 47 91
l'hn;rn 11 61
Peiralt 41 17
Hai-llDal
(iilrata
Sr Trai
KL Imli
Amerlun Aimlitlan.
W L. rrt I Tran w. I-
T6 3! .167 VUIeaclkM 37 31
61 31 ,E.1t iMUMIIe 66 61
61 33 .610 1 rWn 41 66
9 II .131 1 Km. Ctlf 10 71
Tana
il rwi
liwtorfliii
TWl
Mlmpltl
Wirlua Atmlitleai,
Tits
TX. Rmiui
w. U rtt
37 11 .6IS
31 14 .636
33 II .311
1) 17 .373
Team . I
It (limit i tl 11
PrumrUM 11 14
rv.rtuiia 11 11
NabiaU 36
HrtfliM
Okjnulgaa
nr.St'l.TS VKNTERDAT.
IV rat am 1torar. -AT
TUI.HA 1, OKLAHOMA CITT 6.
At Joplln l-i Wichita 1-7. -At
Da Jlolnea , St. Joirph l-l.
At aioui City 4, Omaha 1.
Natlonat I.mstie.
At Urooklyn I, Philadelphia I, 11 In-
nlna.
At at. Ixiula l-J, rittaburih 4-J,
samai 11 Innlnia
At New York T-l, noaion !.
flrat
flrat
gamet 11 Innlnga.
At Chicago 1, Cincinnati I.
American LrtaTilt.
At Washington I, New York 4.
At Cleveland I. HI Umlt I),
At Detroit 1, Chicago 10.
No other game echeduled-
Amcrlran Aaararlatlon.
At St. Paul I'll Ixjulavllla 1.1.
At Kaneaa City 4-li Toledo 1-7.
At Milwaukee 6-Ts Columbue l-l.
At Mlnnaapolte 1-1) Indlanapolia 41.
Wmfnm AaaoeUtloa.
At Hanryalla 4, Springfield 1
At Hnld T, Drumrlght I, 13 Innlnga.
At Fort Smith 1, Okmulgee I,
At Tawhuika l-l, Chlcakaaha l-l.
Houlliern Aaaoetatlon.
New Orleana 3. at Naehvllle t.
At Chattanooga 3. Mobile 0. (Flrat
game 1
Mobile t, Chattanooga I. (Second game)
Triaa I.ratgue .
At Dallaa 4-1, Han Antonio 7-1.
At Bhraveport lO.ti (lalvcaton 1-4.
(Second game called end ninth, darkneai.)
At rort worm e0i iiouainn 2-1.
At Wichita 1'alla 10: Deauraont 1.
flAMKrl TODAT.
M'retem luigue.
OKLAHOMA CITY AT TULSA.
Wichita at Joplln.
St. Joaeph at Dee Molnea.
Omaha at Bloui City.
National League.
New Tork at Philadelphia.
Cincinnati at Chicago,
rutabursh at At. Ixtuli.
Only three games achaduled.
Amerlrnn Lmgua.
Cleveland at New York.
Detroit at Iioaton.
American AaeorlAllon.
Toledo at Milwaukee.
Columbua at Kaneaa City.
Ijoutevlll at Mlnneapolla.
llldlanakolle at Mt Paul
IVealeni Aaaorlutlon.
Chlekiaha at Pawhuakn.
Kort bmlth at Okmulgee.
Springfield at Henryetta.
prumilght at Knld.
TIGERS BUY LINDIMORE
Crack Oklnhnma City Third nascroan
(iocs lo Tlfiers In Kxcluuitro
lor Hari'er nnd Cosh.
Jsck Holland, president ot the
Oklahoma City Western league base
ball club last nlKht announced the
sale to the Detroit American league
elub of Howard Llndlmore. third
bnsrmun. I.lndlmore rocs to the
Tigers for a cash consideration and
In exchangu for Outfielder Harper,
who was secured by Holland early
this year from Detroit on an option
Another player Is to be given the
Oklahoma City club It Llndlmore
sticks with Detroit.
I.lndlmore Is playlns his second
season with the Oklahoma City club.
He Is to report to tho Tigers next
Kprjng;
Hughes Meets McKce
14th Time Tomorrow
nobby lltialiroi.
Hobby HuRbes, crack New Or
leans bantam, who meets Mutt Mc
Kee tomorrow night In the main
event of a card staged by Dlak
Cooley at Okmulgee. This will be
the 14th nice tine between these
cuuxty boxera.
. The Scoreboard
t
Games' Feature.
71 7
Davenport Hurls Pack
ers to a victory Over
Omaha
BOOSTERS SPLIT PAIR
Coffeya Beat Snints 9 to 8
Snints Tako Second Af
fair 5-0 Score
jnrl.IN. Mo.. Aur. 11-Joolln er.4
Wichita split a doublehaader here thle
efternoon. tho itinera taking the tint br
a ecore ot I to 3 and losing the eeconl
by a ecore of 7 to S. The gams the Mlnere
won made eeven etrilght after their ioa-
Ing etreak of 16 etratgnt.
Flrat game:
Wlthlta
as. n. ro. i.
Jeplli
as. :l ri. j
Smith cf 3 3 11
s.ib-njon,a
Torlrr.lb
Umb.ef
Botut.rf
Wolfor.U
RoMm,lb
riuti,3b
1la,rr,l
fioblw,p
l
1
Wetbni.rf'lb I
Tarrin e 4
1 3
1 1
1 0
3 II
3 1
0 I
0 1
toi.Ib
utlar.lb
fonlao.lf
flrtffla.:t P
Srucki p
BUlnu p
lQr-eonr
Crtct!a,rf
Tot aN
36 10 14 14 I Tot-lll
10 11 17 !
Wichita too ono ooo.
Joplln 411 601 Olt I
Runa Smith. Heck. Itobertaon. Toekar
J.emb, Dogart 1, Wolfar, Bnedecor 1. hr
rat-"UecH, itrimii a, iioiatu oacrnice
hlte :onlan. Yockey, Wolfer, llauier
lilt by pitcher lly Illllman. (Dogart.
Snedecor) lly Orlffln (Iloehler.) Ilaee n
balla- Illllman 1. Left on basea Wlchlt
I, Joplln I Stolen baeea Smith. Etuti 1
Struck out Uoehler 6, Illltman 1. raaaed
ball Yaryan. Two-baio hlta finedecor
Yockey. Orlffln. ICarned runa and blta.
oft Iloehler 2 and 10 In oft Hrooka t
and 1 In 1-1 1 off Illllman 1 and 6 In 6 : ..
off Orlffln 1 and 3 In 1 Defeat to Broolx
Time ltlO. L'mplre Wlleon.
Wkblta I JepHa
ab. ii ro. a. ab. n. ro a.
Smith rf 4 13 01 KoberUnnja 3 13 4
VHAbum.rf 4 110 Ytrtrj.a) 5 13 3
BTtrr, .1 3 1 6 Linb.ef Alio
Tinu.1 4 3 ft 0 InstrLrf 3 110
TMk.lb 3 3 SO 0 nMfrr.lf S 1 1 0
BnUar.lb 4 111 SD(.1T.lb 3 1 10 0
ronlin.U 3 0 0 0 SUiU,3b 4 13 3
Criffui.lb I 3 I r Maitirr.e 3 0 7 0
Grrfi7,p S 0 0 4 iWarner 1000
Puoa.i 0 0 0 0
Yoejng 9 ft 0 0 0
Mirkl.p 3 3 0 3
IlSpeu 1 0 0 0
Totall 1 Tl j7 U ToUll . 40 10 17 U
xllalted for Haueer In eighth.
uliatled for Marks tn ninth.
Wlchlt 100 026 111 T
Joplln 660 100 0113
Kuni Pmlth I, Washburn. Berger.
Peck. Orlffln. rocker. Lamb 1 Dogart :.
Errors Beraar, Heck. Butler 1. Orlffln,
Yockey Snedecor. Marks. Ilaaa on balls
Oregory 1, Young 3. Marks 1. Lett on
rune O'Connor. Moeller. Three. base
hits Bogert, Snedecor Two-baao hlta
Orlffln. Berger, Smith, Beolc. Butler
Stolen baees Smith 3, 'Washburn. Struck
out Marks s. Karned runa and hlta oft
Oregory 1 and 10 In it off Young 1 and
1 In 1, off Marks 6 and 10 tn I. Defeat le
Marka. Time HI0. Umpire Wlleon.
Ralola and Hooetera Divide.
DUB MOINKS, Aug. II. Dea Molm
and St Joseph divided a doubleheadtr
hero today, the locala taking the flrit
game, I lo I, and tie vlaltor" wlnnloi
the second .6 to o.
1'inRT OAMB.
tt. ii
AB. IL ro. A.
On Helm
AB. II. ro. I
O'nnlf 5 3 3 0
Krllrber.ra 3
tonartlr cf 3
"ilkor.rf 3
renror.3b.ll 3
Bbetak.lb-c I
fable.! 4
M P DOlLSb
Mvller rf
ft'Connor.Ib
lench.ii
cofa.j.ia
Llejl.rf
Binnef.e
Aodereon.i
rjaowlkl.p
Bbckalav.p
Cnabf e
All-o.Jb
Fteeirt.p
HTUuunip
AUUon.p
ToUll
36 13116 t)
ToUll
38 II 37 ll
xTwo out when winning run scored
St. Joseph 110 011 oto i
Dei Moines 101 400 001
Buna Bonowltl 1. Keljeher I, Walker
Conroy. Cable, Williams. O'Hara 1, Mr
Derrnott Moeller, O'Connor. French. Cof
fey. Lied. Cykowskl. Krfors Cebte. Cof
fey 3. Anderson. Homo rune O'Connor
yrench, Coffey, Lied, Cykowskl Kr
rora Cable. Coffey 3. Anderson Heme
runaruns O'Connor. Moeller. Three bese
hlta MeDermott Two-base hlta French
Coffey 1, Cable. Walker. Sacrifice hits
Connelly. Walker 1. Shestak. Cable, Me
Dermott, Cykowakl Stolen bases Kelle
her. Conroy Chestak. Kreneh 1, Coffe
Left on bases St. Joseph 10, Dea Moines
11 Struck out by Cykowakl I. by Buck
slaw I, by Williams 3. Ilaaa on bills
Cykowskl 3, by Stewert 3. by Williams 1
lilt by pitcher by Buckalew (ConnclWl m
by Stewart (O'Hara.) learned rune and f-1
hits off Cykowskl I and I In I 11. of
Uuckalew 0 and 1 In 1 1-1. oft Stewart
and T In 1 1-1, off Williams I and link,
off Allison 0 and 1 In I 1-3. Defeat In Wll
llama Victory .Buckalew lmplrt -Buckley
and Jacobs. Time 3 01.
SECOND OAME. ,
SL JtKph I Oat Milan
AB. IL ro. A. AB II m A
sonowruUf 3 13 0 (1'rran.lf 3 ft t 0
K.lkhf.u 3 0 3 ' M r'notLSb 3 0 10
rormalli.3b 110 3 Meellar.cf .1111
Wllter.rf 4 10 0 n Connor.lb 3 0 9 3
renror.lb 4 3 o yTenrti. 3 11'
Shiaik.e 4 13 0 Caltrr.it) 3 13'
flblOb 3 3 3 1 Med.rf 3 0 10
Steeirtcf 3 13 0 lUenar.C 3 111
U'U'lln.p 3 10 1 rietrhir.p 10 0 1
KlBftrrrno 10 6 0
Althau.p 0 0 0 0
llBuckalee' 1 0 0 0
ToUll i"j To iT T Totltl 15 11 IS
aBatted for Kletrher In fifth.
tsiutted for Althaui In eeventh.
St. Joaeph 300 soo 6 s
Dei Molnea 000 000 00
Called end seventh by agreement,
Bum- nonowlli, Kelleher. Wstke'
Cable. Stewart Krrore Kelleher. M'-f"
mott Coffey. Banner Two base his -.'onnolly,
conroy. U.inner. Krench Si'-fi
flee hlte Kelleher 'HoLaughlln. Stolen
baiee Kelleher, Connolly. Left on bases -SI.
Joaeph 1, Dee Molneo I. Struck out br
McLaughlin I naae on balla Fletcher 1.
McLaughlin 1. lilt bv pllcher-Mcl.augh
lln (O'Hara) Karned runa and hlta of'
lletcher 0 and I In ll off Althaue 0 and
1 In 3. off McLaughlin 0 and 4 In 7 In
nlnga. Defeat to Fletcher. Double playe
Coffey to OT.nnnnn O'Connor to Banner
to Coffey tn Banner. Umpires Jacobs anl
Buokley. Tlmo I IS.
Davenport In Form,
trtOUX CITY, Aug l. '"Lefty" Dav
enport wee invincible today and aldii
by bunched hits, defeated Omaha In the
eacond game ot the series here today.
Score.
Oriki
b. n. ro. a.
tllli Cltv
ab n w .
nar-T,u
WfHfll lb
Olilboa.lb
rtiue,rf
lee.lf
LellnlLlb
Maaoa.lf
Unties
Kopp.p
iKrwo
3 3 6 1
Oonrlilf 3 1
o
o
o
Mirr.Sb
0 ft
IleflU M
llati.Ib 1
KlKirt.rf
srallDin.e
CoeDav.3b
Knsall.rf
1 1
3 11
0 1
DlvenporLP 3
Bumuuas,p 0
Total!
31 6 31 6
ToUll
It 3J 31
Omaha 110 000 too J
Sloui City 101 000 00
Ituna I.ellvelt 3. Llngle. Crouch. P
fele. Mela. I'.lffeit Two-bale hlte Mat
Spellman, Delate Crouch. Llngle 1'anei
Lollvelt. Saerlflcn hits- Weldnll l
Left on bases-Omaha 7 Sloui City "
nase on balls Kopp 1 Davenport J n
oft Davenport I In I 1 I Kaemlissen i n
a. a ei.,.b" .... i. Haemua
een ll Konp I, Kit by pitcher Weldell
Paaaed
natte. wua pttcn uavenport
Fltipatrtck audi
tan .Lingia. umpire.
Daly, Tiroa-l.lt,

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