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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER II, 1912.
Jeff is Getting to Be a Bit of a Wag
Drawn for The Bee by "Bud" Fisher.
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SHUTOUT AND TIE AT DENVER
0.aha Loies Firtt to Grizzlies, Six
to Hothing.
Standing of Teams
SEJ.
"S THBEE TO THREE
UKnte Fane Nine In First to Six
for Schrelber, While Hall ia
Second Strikes Oat Six
"Men.
DENVER,' Sept. lO.-In the final grame
xof the Kuon with Omaha the locals
won the first game of a double-header
'and thai the score In. the second, which
jwas called In the sixth on account of
'darkness. Score, first (tame:. ' '
. ...' DENVER. .).
AB. R7. H.
(3llmer,;lf.
Cassldy,, rf..
Uiea.ii,. C.,., ........ t
fQuIllin,' 3b....,iV.,4
it'offey, M. .ir..s 8
Krenchi-2b;,-.,,.,V:J- J
Mndsay., lbl.,, .. r;
'Schrelber, , p.....,....
O.
; o
:.. I
:l
...
i
.':12
. Totals t;.;.
- '('
'Justice,' ...',,
jCoyle,, rf.......
iThomason, cf.
'Johnson, c...
Kane, lb
'Schlpke, 2b.. ..
(Nlehoff, 8b.,..
'Sctt'nlon, If....
KiiBate, p.y.V..
K: AB..,fL
4
4
I
S
...l. 1
I
8
t
..... i
. ;
0.
0
0
a o.
1 2
8
8
0
0
0
' Totali ,2$ "'.
fpmatia t..V..v.....O 0 0
Jienver., .........0 J 0 0
Iber, . . Bases on halls:
3; off Fugate. 4. Tims:"
liohnson and O'Toole.
, jScore, second ram: -,(, -
OMAHA. ' '
Afl. B, !.. O.
A.
0
0
;;: 9
' 1
rl
; 7
o-
;12
A.
- 4
0
0
0
' 2
1
0
8
10
24
oooo-o
MOM
8; by Bchre!
Off Schrolber,
1:46. Umpires.
Justice,' ss.... I
Ooyle. rf
Thomasori, cf.
jjonnson.
IV,,,.,,
i8chlpke,.2b,..
'Nlehoff, 8b...
Hcanlon, If...
'Jlall, p...,,,.,
' Totals..'.. '..
Ollmo!-e(v lf..
Oasgldy, rf....
Beau, cf ,
.Xulllin. 3b
'(Viffay, ss..,
French, 2b....
,liindsay, lb....
fahr, ...,.
, Kf'hreiber, p.',.
Ilitnard, p....
Channel!
. 1 -.
Totals.
8
8
8
8
3
2
8
...... t
.... '2
22 '" "
DENVER.
'Aft R.
...... 8 8
8 0
...... 8 . 0
...... 2 0
...... 1
a
8
. ,
A.
S
0
s
0
I .
0
0
WEST.
LiEAOTJE.
I ' W.L.Pct.
Denver .. 85 59 ,im New
Omaha .. 82 83.660
St. Joseph 81 l .559
Des Moines 74 (7 .iZ
Lincoln
Wichita
TOrk
Chicago ..
Pittsburgh
Cincinnati
71 75 ,m Phlla
69 77 .473) St. Uwls
NAT. LEAGUE.
W.UPct.
Bloux City 7 75 .4721 Brooklyn
Topeka
AMERI.
48 97 .331
LEAGUE.
W.L.Pct.
.. 93 3D ,711
Boston
AMER.
Mlnneap's
92 39 .702
a 48 .631
78 82 .600
(W 67 .406
. 62 67 .481
H 78 .409
. 48 82 .374
, 40 90 .308
ABS'N.
W.LPct
100 65 .645
96 60.613
90 S .683
Boston
Phlla. 79 53 Columbus
Wssh'gton 80 54 .5971 Toledo ..
Chicago .. 64 67 .489 Kan. City 78 77 .504
Detroit .. 62 72 .44; Milwaukee 73 81.474
Cleveland 57 74 .4151 St. Paul 78 84 .4i5
New York 47 63 ,VX Louisville 59 93 ,3s3
St Louis 45 86 .343 Indlanap's 52 104 .534
; ; Yesterday's Resalts.
WESTERN LEAGUE,
Omaha, 0-8: Denver. 6-8.
Topeka, 2; St. Joseph. 3. "
Bisux City, it-.' Wl'hlts, . ,i .
Lincoln, 4-1 j Des Moines.' 8-1.
, NATIONAL LEAGUE.
St. Louis,, 3; New York, 4.
Pittsburgh, 11; Philadelphia, 4.
Chicago, 6; Boston. 4.
Cincinnati, 10; Brooklyn. 4. '
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
Rrwtnri & r.t.a an 1
New York, 8; 8t Louis, 8.
Philadelphia, 6; Detroit, 8.
Washington. 11; Cleveland, 2,
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION.
Milwaukee, 3; Minneapolis, 13.
Kansas City, 7; St. Paul, 4. -National
Leaaue St. Loi'iia at k
York, Pittsburgh at Philadelphia, Chi
cago st Boston. Cincinnati at Brooklyn.
American league Boston at cnicago,
New York at St. Louts, Philadelphia at
Detroit. Washington at Cleveland.
American AMoelittiin M!wnlr. t
Minneapolis, Kansas City at Bt. Paul,
inmanano s at coiumhua. To Kin at
ivouiavwe.
balla: Off Crutcher, 1; off Reynolds, 1.
trouble play: Watson to Zwilling: Time:
i:. empires: Knap and Flynn.
GIANTS CONQUER CARDINALS
Series With Kaws
May Be Transferred
Le&gne Leaders Bunch Long Hits Off
Pitcher Sallee.
1. Pitchers record: Off Moore, 6 hits ir.
eight times at bat in four innings; oft
Finneran, 7 hits in fifteen times at bat
in three Innings; off Nicholson, 6 hits
in ten times at bat In two innings. Time;
2:05. Umpires:, Brennan and Owens.
to Omaha Grounds .'5? tendon
Word was received yesterday from
Pa Rourke that the Topeka-Omaha series
which is scheduled to be played at To
peka September 18 to 18, Inclusive, will In
all probability be transferred to Omaha.
Mr. Rourke said everything pointed that
way now and ha would know definitely
In a day or two.
By this arrangement Omaha would get
the advantage of playing on their own
grounds and would also draw much
larger crowds :f han If the games were
played in Topeka as the Kaws are
drawing very poorly of late and the best
Omaha would expect In tha way of money
Would be the guaranty. , Another- fea
ture which has been arranged which
will be of great benefit to the fans Is
that tha score by Innings of the Denver
games would be shown on the scora
board at the park during the twelve
games the Rourkes will be home.
Marqaard Yields Nine ' Hits, bat Is
Effective in Pinches, and tae
Score Resalts Four to
C Three, ,
' NEW YORK, Sept. 10,-New York de
feated St. Louis here today in the first
game of a four-game series, 4 to 3. The
champions bunched long hits on Sallee.
Marquard also was hit hard, but was ef
fective in the pinches. Captain Doyle of
the New York? will be out of the game
tor several days with a strained tendon.
Score: , - '
ST. LOUIS. NIW YORK.
, AB.H.O.A.K. AB.H.O.A.E
Huglm, 2b. 4 1 t 4 OSsoia'n. If J 1 1 0 (
. ii... o.j o 0 08bfr 2b... 4
Mowrejr, lb. I t I 1 "Bckr, cf... 4
Konetthy, lb 4 til 0 1 Murray,' rf.. 4
Evna, rt..., o 1 1 CMerklt. lb.. 4
Hauaer, n.,4-1 j.i OHwios, 4
viv owtlaon, e. .. I
I 1 i Fletcher, u. 1
II 1 0 Marquard. p 8
o o o . n
Totals 13 10
Oakea. ef..., 4
Brean'ban, c 4
Bailee, p..,, I
Smith 1
Oeyer, p
0 1
1 I
1 1
1 10
1 3
8 7
0 I
1 0
f 8
Carney, c
Wolverton,v p.,
1
18 ' 10 .
1
.. 0
..23
11,
0
0
1 .
0 .
0
O:
i
o
2
0
0
,4
0
0
0
u
A.
0
' 0
, 0
1
1
3
0
1
t
0
0
Totals 18 ' 1 8 15 4
Batted for Feber In the fifth.
Ran for McQraw In the fifth. 1
(Game called in the ffth to alllow the
visitors to catch a train). i
0 Des Mollis...... 0 O'f-l
-ft Lincoln ,...0 0 0 1 01
Two-bass Mt: Harm. Sacrifice hits
sergnammer, uoie, csiuns. juases on
balis: Off Faber, 1; off Wolverton 2.
Struck out: By Wolverton, 8. Passed
ball: Carney. Stolen bases: Hatin,
Leonardo Left on bases: JVs Moines, 5;
Lincoln, ,'8. Tims: 1:00. , Umpires , Has
kell. :. . - .
Batted for Coffey in sixth.
.Called in sixth, account darkness.
, umaha , 3 MOON
JJenver ;iv. . .r.. .,0 4 10 t D-fc
Stolen : Qulllln 2. TWo-bas hit.
Ball. Three-base hit:' Johnson. Struck
oat: By Hall, 8; by Ionard, 4. Bases
,on Bans: orr Bthrelber, 1; off Hall, 4.
u ime: a:66. xmpires; Johnson and O Toole
DKS . MOIMCS BEATS LINCOLN
4'
Is
Keroaft (jane of 'Doable-Header
Calfeaf Atte Fifth.
VEX, SIOINES, la,. Sept.- 10. -Des
mpines won jna nrst game or a double
jheauer.by DunOMng.hlts In the seventh
i Inning., score, 8 to 4.' The second game
jwas called after tha fifth Inning to al
llow tbe visitors to catch a train, with
th score l-tof 1. Today's games ended
una locai neaaooi ncore, tirst game
VPES. MOINES.
:ann.. rr..........M. 3,3
iColllns, et.....
Kores, ,....... 3 j 1 1
Jones, 'U.'.tV ..!.. I .
Claire, 2b..,v,..ii 8. 1 .
UkaQwgk! o....i,..ie 3 o;
!6eet, p 4..-., 0,
Ta,iLX4;...JT 8
- .-;;-! LINCOLN.;
' H- X . AB.' R. H.
tBerghammerss.i... 4 0 1
L!ojd."2b.,..v...... 3 0 1
i;obb, rf...,i.r.'-...... 1 0' 0
puttier, 3-t...i.U.A.... 3 1 1
:Mt.-Cormlck, If.. 8 0 1
'.ole,' cf.. 8 1 '
Hftroour, '3b..V. 4 0 0
Mullen, lb. ..v.. ...... 8 10
ISiratton, oi,,.... 1 0 1
llayer,, 8 0 0
Taylor, p.". 0 0 0
McLarry.ei.M..... 10 0
barney, ,...,..,... 10 0
Totals .-...4..: 27
0.
X
is 0
27
O.
3.
3
0
0
0
8
0
8
8
0
0
0
0
A. E.
.00
0
i s
o
3 .
r'l'-
18 ;
- t
A.
9
a
o
0
0
0
8
0
1
1
0
0.
0
34 1
Batted for Mayer In ths seventh. .
TBatted'for Taylor In tha ninth.
0es Moines.. ..0 0 1 H t M M
jLiocoip ......,... .0 0110010 1-4
Two-base hit: , Oars. 1 Sacrifice hits:
iklratton-O), Korea. Ulatowskl. Hahn t).
IJonss, MeCormlck, Collins. Double play:
Korea to Rellly to Jones. Bases on balls:
'fC HweeU 3; off Mayer, 8; off Taylor, 4.
iiruok outBy Sweet. 3; by Mayer, i;
by Taylor, 2.. Hit by pitched bail: By
IJ-weat, Cobb, Mullen: by Mayer. Clair,
f-tolen bases; . Mullen. Kores. Hits: Off
Maj-er, In six Innings; off Taylor, 3 m
It wo linings. ; Left on bases: Des Moines,
8; Lincoln, .5. ' Time! 3:10. Umpire; Has,
Score, -second game: t :
, " .-,: . . DES MOINES."
Hahn. rf.. 8 0
K'ollins, cf ......j t 0 '
! Korea, s. ............ 3 A
SJones, lb ,.. 1 9
liyeonard. If... 1 0
Kellly. 2b 1 9
iTUlra. 3b .....1. 1 0
;McGraw, c.. 2 0
Faber, p........,..v..l 0 .
Morris .... J ,
KogBe ':.....,.i;. 0:1.
Totals
lierghammer,
Liovd. 2b......
!r.llet, rf
ioi.'ormlck, If.
V"o!e. frt
jt-urboiir, 2b.,
iluiln, lb
...:...18 .1;.
LINCOLN.
AB. R,
s.... 8 0
....... 8 0
3 0
3 1
1
2 0'
2 0
H, O. A. E.
8 1 0 0
0 0 10
0 10 0
0 6 0 0
10,00
0 3 2 0
0 8 4 0
10 1 0
0 0 5 0
0 , 0 - 0 0
0 to 0
7 15 S "0
H. O. . A. B.
1 1 3 0
0 0 10
1 10 0
1 10 0
0 3 0 0
1110
14 0 0
TWENTY.SIX'RUNS BY WICHITA
Four Pitchers for Stoos City Led to
' ''i' -v'v, Slaaghter. - .v. .;'. e. .
WICHITA, Sept. lO.-Wlchita slaught
ered tour bioux City pitchers today. The
game Is thought u be a record for hits
and runs in the Western league. Score.
' ; ' WICHITA. , ;
AB, R. . H
. 6 VI v 3
.7
Mlddleton, cf..
Davis, rf........
Koerner, lb.,..
Hughes, 2b.....
Callahan, as,...
Pettlgrew. If...
McGafflgan, 3b
Clemons, 0..,,.
Durham, p
Perry, p...,;,..
Waoob ........
Ellis, p
pettlgrew, p...
I Totals.........
, ;
,'3.'.
: -
4
3
1
0
l;
2
3
4
S
3
-4 v
3
3
Ji
0
1
0
4
1
O A."
. 1
0
10 '
,0,::
.t..
Marshallr cf..
Clark; cf....,
Smith, ss..,..
Lvnch.' rf..: ; 2
Myers", t If............. 1
Breen, rf and If.... S
Tennunt lb... ...,..'&
:4
SIOUX CITY,
, A& R. H.
3 :
O 4
28 27 3f30 3
Evans, 2b
Holmes, 2b...,,.
Andreas. 2b. 1...
Chapman, c...
Pelts, c... ......
Campbell, p.....
Cann, p ..'
Brown. ,p;.v.f..f.... O
Conway, -p.. 8
2
; l
0
..-::S
0
1
1
0
0
0
1
8 V
1
0
O. A-
,0
Labor federation
Meets at Fremont
FREMONT Neb., Sept. 10.-Speclal
Telegram.) The State Federation of La
bor met at Masonlo hall
with about fifty delegates present Mil
ton Till, president of the local union,
presided. Mayor Woli welcomed the
visitors to ths city and Rev.' J. F. Reed
welcomed them In behalf of the minis
terial union. '. ' y' '
Governor Aldrlch spoke briefly on the
improved condition of the laboring man.
He declared that the time was coming game uninteresting. Both sides baAed
irem anu iieiaea loosely.- in addition
to their numerous hits the visitors - stole
seven basts Lescher led with th ti,.b
Score: -
AB.H.O.A.E. 1
Trtmli 17 f 24 II t ' '
Batted for Sallee In the elrhth. ;
New York....: 0 1 a 1 n a a a j
St. Louis..., 1 0 0 .0 1 0.0 1 0-3
Bases on errors. New York, 1; St.
Louis, 3. Two-base hits: ' Herzog. Mer
kle. Three-base hits: Hugglns, Murray.
Homa run: - Becker. Rtoln han-
this morning JCo.n.etcny. Becker, Mowrey, Snodgrass.
9. Double play: Bresnahan to Hugglns.
Bases on balls: Off Marquard,. 2; off
Sallee, 1. Struck out: By Marquard,
7; by Sallee, 1. Hits: Off Sallee, 10 in
seven innings. Time: 1:58. Umpires:
Rlgler and Finneran,
Reds Get Early Lead.
BROOKLYN. Sept.- lO.-Clncinnatl otn
enough runs In the first two innings off
All.m t';i.'a.v to make the psst o? the.
when old ago1 pensions to employes In
capacitated hy" age would be general,
Frank Jpolezal of Fremont spoke In fa
vor of ", labor-saving machinery.", This
afternoon ''Presldeni T. W. Parker of the
State federation was In the chair and
exState Labor Qommissolner Maupln was
ths only speaker. Mr. Maupln argUed
that Instead of trying to secure harmony
between capital and labor more effort
should be used In putting better bills
through legislative bodies.
BURNS THRASHES HOGAN
Grudge of Long Standing Settled in
San Francisco.
Beacher, If.. 14 4
Knlaely, at.,
KoblltMl, lb I II
Mitchell, rf. 4 I I
Pheltn, lb... I I I
Grant, as..,. 4 I I
Bsan. Jb....4 t 4
Clark, 0,... 1 t 4
Fron-me, p.. 4 0 0
BROOKLYN.- '
AB.H.O.A.l
Hastings and Fremont
Knetier,
Totals.., .. U 17 14 fcwln
ONorthan,, f. 4
H'utshaw, 2b. t
Humml, rf. 1
IDaubert, lb. 4
Wheat, H....S
iK'kp't'k, 3b I I
ffiaber. a... 4 ;1
'Miner, 0...
0 Allen, p...
P
Curtla, . p..
4 0
0 0
3 e
1 0
0 0
1 0
1 1
1 0
2 IS
2 6
0
I
T
4
0
0
Are Tied for Pennant
ill n
24 14 2
O.s-M
0 0-13
Totals..' ..'.....42
Batted for Perry In third,, '
Wichita .....2 3 8 9. 0' 1 4
Sioux City 1 1 0, 3 0 1.
Two-bass hits: MoGafflean. Marshall.
Smith. Koerner (2), Myers,- Andreaa, Pet
tigrew (2), Hughes, Callahan. Three-base
nits: demons, Koerner. Home rnn: Pet
tlgrew, Conway. Struck out: By Brown.
1; by Pettlgrew, 1; by Conway, 3.- Bases
on Dans: Off Durham, 1; off Campbell.
1; off Cann, 2; off Brown, 1: off Conway,
. nme: i.ui. imDires: Mcuinnis and
Myers. s i
l -i . . f " , . ; ;
ST. JOB RALLIES IV SIXTH
Neloke aad Cratcher'a Timely Tno-
.Base Hlta Wla Game.
ST. JOSEPH. Aent l(YTVn.iM. k
Melnks and Crutcher In the ninth In
ning won, today's game from Topeka,
the locals making It five consecutive
victories over ths Kansas team, .-Score;
. TOPEKA. .
AB. R.
. 4
t 1 v
Walah. 2b,
Lee. If
ronca, s.....i.., 40
Oardner. lb,. 4
vnt. ci 8 0
Bashanc. rt s a.
Patterson. 3b... 1 ' n .
Smith, c.... ....... 4 0'
i.: 3 i
Reynolds, p.
Totals ..
-O.
4
0
1
17-
.,. i i
.
1''
A.
8
0
3
1
0
0
i
5
ST.
Kelley. cf......
Powed. U
Watson, rf..,..
Zwllllnar, lb....
Rellly, 2b
Westersll. 3b...
Oossett, c
Meinke, ss......
Cmtchei1, p....
Totals ......
. 34 . I . W 25 10 4
JOSEPH.
AB. R.
.. 3
H.
0
J 1
O.
1
1
1
10
4
1
4
8
0
33 3 8 27 16 1
Ons out when winning run scored.
Topeka ...o OOOOOoia-j
St. Joseph...., 0 0 1 0 0 0 ft 0 1 1
Thre-bas hit: w 1 h t.k... v.....
Walsh. RevnoMa. Molnk. ,T.IvlV
Sacrifice hits: Westersil. oiwsett. Sto
.. i.-iiaii0. urn on Das-es:
Topeka, 6; St. Joseph. 7. Struck out: By
vruiwua-, ; oy Reynold, 3. Bases on
0
4
0
0
9
I
1
1
1
0
0
j! Tttls..'..tt'13 IT II 6
Batted for. Knetzer in elahth; ;
..,.2. 5 0 0 0 1 1 0 1-10
....8 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 J-4
Left On bases: Ptnnlnnntl S- -Dl,
SUPERIOR. Neb., Sept.; 10.-(Speclal jyn. 10- Two-base hits: Knlsely, Hob-
Telegram.WHastings and Fremont are ftflr v,JZol't'!fni llr?lr,JPat''t:k'. Fishr
tied for first place in the stats league." IS&V!
said President Felt of the leagus Tiere to- fromme. First on errors. Cincinnati, 8:
day, BaooWyn, Stolen, bases: Bescher,
i;have called a meeting of thedi- Grant"' 8, 1
rectors of the league for Lincoln tomor- of' Knetzer 1; off Fromme. 3. .Sti-uck
row at ths Lincoln hotel when we shall SS.m k Kn!er' ' ,by fromme, 3.
settla thr manner, in which the pennant ffo
hall be awarded. While I cannot sav M" second; off Knetzer. 8 in six and tun-i. i
what action will be taken it has been Vf.i""1!!!!;- jTime: 2:02. Umpires:
suggested that a series of five games 7 ""V """""' v'" -5 '
shall be played between the two teams Tm,h" Wi" Loo" Omtat.
lTlTZmTT- JW eaCh ,Ct ioosefyTaVede1
the games will be played on home grounds to 4. Neither of the pitchers who
and one game on neutral territory. This !l!f,ted as effective nad the support
may be agreed on. but as yet It is not S,?r wZ" m e by
certain. rors. Two reorutta. William. e rKi.
"Kearney Is th third contestant in the Sa" nd , Maranville of Boston, made
B08TOM. ; - . CHICAGO.-"
AB.H.O.A.&. an u n a n .
iMipwii, a 1 1 1 sneckars, if, j a 2 0 s
State league race."
St. Kd wards Eaay for Battle Creek.
NEWMAN'S GROVE. Neb. Senr 1l
(Special. )-Battle Creek baseball team de-
" ou rAiwaras ieam nere in a
looaeiy piayea game, score: R.H
Kattie Creek 43501010 0-15 16
St. Edwards . 2 000000003 6
Batteriea: Battle Creek, Hoffman and
ucoit; et. awards. Fuiienwids and JVg-nsw.
Swaanay, b. i
Klrk. If.... I
Tutla, rt...;l
Derlln, lb.. 2
M f villa, sal
Rarldes, c 1
Plokaoi, p. 1 1
Brown, p..., 4'
Honaer .... I
t 1
1 I
1 0
1 12
2
0 S
S 9
9 0
OMiller, rf... i 2
2Tinkr, aa... 4 2
1 Zlm'maa, 2b 4 t
OSaler, lb.,.. 4 '2
Downa, 2b. . 1 0
1 William. cf4 1
OCottar. 2 1
OChnney, p... 4 1
9 Total 22 11 IT
HATRED BEHIND THE BLOWS
Losing Light weight Shows Great
Gantenesa, bat Is Knocked Oat la
Tenth Roand After Savage
aad Bloody Battle.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. lO.-In a con
test characterized by great gameness on
the part of the defeated man, Frank!
Burns of Oklahoma eliminated "One-
Round" Hogan of San Francisco as
ugntweignt cnampionsmp possibility by
knocking him put In the tenth round of
their fight today. As early as the third
round Burns prdved himself Hogan's mas
ter, sending him to the mat four times
In that round. ' ,
A grudge of long standing was settled
by the fight The hatred that sped every
punch was so" Intense that sheer force
was necessary to send the belligerents to
their corners on ons or two occasions
after the gong had ended a round. The
contest was one of the bloodiest ever
witnessed in a local arena, and the game
ness of Hogan in the face of a fusillade
of face punches was its chief feature.
une tenth round saw the end. With
both fighters bleeding profusely, Burns
met his opponent with a vicious left up-
percut. Quick as a flash he crossed his
right -thrice to the jaw and " Hogan
dropped to the floor. The fighting spirit.
however, was still alive. He- struggled
fo his feet at the count, but the rest was
easy for Burns, who planted a solid fin
ishing punch to the chin and Hogan
crashed to the mst ,and was counted out
Miller Park Golf
Finals Next Sunday
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The semi-final round in the champion
ship and directors flights of the Miller
Park Golf club were finished Sunday
afternoon, all of the matches being eight-een-hole
contests. Finals will be played
next Sunday afternoon, beginning at 2
o'clock. Following are the results of the
Semi-final round:
I CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT.
' Encell beat McTaggart, .3 up and 1 to
play. -
Burkhardt beat Merrlam, 8 up and 2
to play, . i
DIRECTORS' FLIGHT.
Rudolph beat Hurst, 5 up and 8 to play.
Larmer beat Ward, 1 up.
HOLDS FIRST FALL PRACTICE
Creighton University Foot Ball Men
Pnnt and Receive Ball.
MANY OLD STARS ARE BACK
Nine of Last Year's Men Get Here
and Few More Are Coming 1
Captala-EIect Yooog
Dons Uniform. -
The first practice of the season was
held on the Creighton foot ball field Mon
day afternoon, and in spite of the hot
weather over twenty candidates were out
The men were put through a short drill
on kicking and catching the ball. The
field Is In rather poor condition, being
covered with grass and torn up on the
west side on account of the work on the
new grandstand. . N .
Most of those who were out ale old
men, including Tamisea, Hopkins. Balder-
son, McCarthy, Hailer and Hanley. Wes
cott, who played with Des Moines High
last year, was out.,v Maurice Miller, quar
terback on last year's squad, arrived last
night from Denver and will put on a suit
today. He will take the pharmacy course.
Justin oung, the captain-elect of the
1911 team, Is manager of this year's squad.
He was Injured in the Omaha-Crelghton
game of last year and was forced to quit
the team.
The team representing the high school
department of arts will hold Its first
practice Wednesday afternoon. Carl Rus
8Um will coach the team again this year.
There is a wealth of heayy material in
the high school department this year and
the high school expects to put out a good
team. .
Is your husband cross? An Irritable,
fault finding disposition Is often due to
a disordered stomach. A man with good
digestion is nearly always good natured.
great many ' have been permanently
cured of stomach trouble- by taking
Chamberlain's Tablets. For sale by all
dealers. :, -.,;. - . V ' -.i
. Iowa Newe Notes.
CRESTON The approaching nubtials of
miss Alice uninn or this city to N. v.
Harvey of Lincoln, Neb., are announced
to take place Tuesday evening in this
city at the noma ol the brides parents.
LORIMER Union county political cam
palgn is expected to open Friday Septem
ber 13, at Lo rimer when Georfre W. Clark.
candidate for governor on the republican
ticket Will speak at the street fair cele
bration, that day being , designated as
republican day. -
1 CRESTON-NInety-one bottles of liquor
were eeisea Dy ueputy united states Mar
shal Bryant at Brooks during; the hoitie.
coming cslebratlon held there last -week.
The llauor was brought here and an in
vestigation held but who was responsible
tor tn smpment wnion came to the
Brooks depot from Missouri could not be
ascertained.
NITRO CLUB
Steel Lined
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Holstela Defeats Jonlata.
HOLSTE1N. Neb.. Sept 10.-(Spedal.)-Holsteln
base ball team defeated Juniata
in tba ninth inning. Score:
R.H.E.
Holsteln ......0 00103 00 1-5 50
Juniata ..0 01000200-433
Batteries: Holsteln. Hagerman and
Hansen; Juniata, Sargeant and Gtsh.
' O'Brien Becomes Coach.
IOWA CTTY, la., Sept. 10.-(SpecIal Tel
egram.) W. J. O'Brien.' center on the
Iowa foot ball team for the last threo
years and generally picked as all-western
center last yesr, nas accepted a posi
tion aa coach of the Cedar Rapids High
scnooi team ror tne coming season.
Totala 22 I,
Batted for Dickson in eighth.
j Boston ..............0 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 04
Chicago , 1 0300020 16
Two-base hits: Miller t2. Chenev. Hlta
urt Dickson, 9 in eight innings; off
urown, x m one inning. Sacrifice hits
Maranville, Siieckard, Downs, Rarlden
eacrince tiles: Tinker, Rarlden. Stolen
oases: : sweeney. Mi er. Double nlav
nwenney to Maranvlie to Devlin. Left on
oases: noswn. li: Cll caao. 7. Bases oi.
balls: Off Dickson, 4; off Cheney, 7. Bass
on errors: Boston. Z. Hit by Ditched ball.
cy uouer, uicKHon. Btruok out: By
jjicnagn, i; oy arown, l; oy Cheney, b.
Wild pitch: 7 Cheney.
plres: Orth and Kiem.
T.me: 2:00. Um-
Hebron Beats Broalag.'
HEBRON. Neb.. .Sept. ia-(Soecial.V
Hebron defeated the Brunlng ball team
in a fast game of ball Sunday on the
Brunlng diamond, 10 to 6. Batteries:
Hebron, Gray and Newman; Brunlng.
nawas and hswks.
CHEROKEE MAN'S TRIAL ' .
FOR MURDER BEGINS
CHEROKEE, la,. -Sept. 10,-The esse ol
ths state of Iowa against E. P. Hessl
nous, charged with murder In ths first
degree, was called this morning In the
district coiirt. The time today was spent
in the examination of a jury panel. Hes
I nous has been confined in Jail here
since last spring, following the death of
his wife in a manner which ha claimed
was accidental. He said she had fallen
from a porch, where she was beating
rugs. An examination of the body dis
closed Injuries that could not have been
inflicted by such a fall
Pirates A base Three Pitchers,
ill Ik A DELPHIA, Sept. W.-Plttsburgh
hammered the delivery of all three
pucnere usea oy .rniiadeiphla and easily
- j buic, aa v - auure;
KTTSBtHOH, v PHILA DEI J" HI A.
' ' ' - AB:H.O.A.E. in u n i i
uyrn,- jo.,.,6 I 9 OPukert, cf.. 2 S 9 4
119 OMansua, If.. 4 19 4
114 OMiller. rf... t 1 I I
2 14 WLadirua, lb. 4 4 1 1
Its 9WaIak. lb... 4 111
8 .(4 ODoolao, .., 4 111
I 9 1 OUodga, lb... 4 111
1 7 4 9Dooln, 4 111
11 Moo re. 1 0 t
f Flaneran. p. 9 4 t 1
..4119 11. 4 4Nicboioa, p 4 9 9 1
Mate 14 9 0
;,7 Cratatb ... 9 9
.. Knb ..... 114 9
Caw. If--,. 4
Dunlin, rf... s
Wagner aa.. I
i- Millar, lb i
Wllaan, ct..4
Jutl.r, lb... t
Glbwn. e.vi I
Adsna, p.. 4
Total..
' Desperate Shooting
pains In the chest require quick treat
ment. Take Dr. King's New Jjiscovery
for tsafe and sure relief. 50c and 1L0O.
For sale by Beaton Drug Co.
Total.. ...28 9 17 14 3
Batted for Moore In fourth.
Iiatted for Finneran In seventh.
Batted for Nicholsen In ninth.
Pittsburgh 0 0 4 0 1 0 1 x oil
Philadelphia ......0 00400000 4
Two-bass hits: Butler. Gibson. Manaua
Walsh, Dodge. Home run: Wilson. Sac
rifice hit: Byrne. Stolfcn bases: Wagner,
Dodge, J. Miller. Lef on bases: Pitts
burgh. 3; Philadelphia. & Struck out: By
Adams. 6; by Moore. Mr by Finneran. 3.
by Nicholson, 1. Dotfile play: Ludems
to Doolan, Luderua Jinasslsted). Bsses
on errors: Plttsbnrs-hl 2. Basea on balls:
Off Adams, 1; off M(fre, 3; of Finneran,
ist
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