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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1913.
I Mr. Jack Hears a Voice
CopyrIs;i.t,1913,Internatlonal News Service
Drawn for The Bee by J. Swinnerton
j
S KM ' V; A PEACH',' 7 iY I HjUMP M AMD ft V.. T J M
WICHITA JLAHKS DRUMMERS
Jobbers, Through Perry's- Aid, Play
Game of Real Ball, - - -
DAVIS STARS IN THE FIELD
lilts by Perry and Koerner Reapon
lbl for All of Wichita' nana
Crnteher And Chellette
PoTrerlra.
WICHITA, Kan., May 9.-Pcrry held Bt
Joieph at his mercy today and, Wichita
won hutout. The fielding of Davis
for Wichita featured, lilts by Perry and
Koerner- scored all of Wichita's rum.
Score: l .
WICHITA.
Aa n. it. o. a. b.
Burke. 3b..... '4 1 1 2 1 o
Hushes, lb 3' 0 0 1 1 0
Savls. rf 3 13 5 0 0
iddieton, o .. 8 0 1 3 0 0
Keemcr, lb '3.1 1 7 0 0
Cattle, o.,... 4 0 0 8 3 0
rettlgrew, If 4 0 110 0
Rapp, t 8 0 0 0 0 0
Perry. p 3 0 10 10
Totals 80 3 7 27 7 "o
. BT. JOSEPH.
All. It. II. O. A. EX
Kelly If v 3 0 3 3 0 0
II Watson, or 4 0. 0 2 0 0
a. Watson, rf 4 0 1 1 0 0
Zwllllng, lb 3 0 18 10
Weaterilt, 3b 3 0.0 1 3 1
Ochs, 2b 4 0 1 3, 1 0
Melnke. ss 3 ft 0 3 3 0
Griffith, o 3 0 0 4 1 0
Ketter, o 1 0 0 3 0 0
Crutcher. P. 3 0 0 0 3 0
T&nnehlll 1 0 ,0 0 0 0
Chellette, p.. 0 ' 0 ' 0 0 0
Totals' ,..,..3p "o 1 ji 10 "l
Batted' tor Griffith In the eighth.
Wichita 0 0001003 3
su Joseph o oooooooo-u
Left on bases! Wichita. : fit. Joseph,
6. .Sacrifice hits: Zwllllng, Hughes. Two
base hltt Davis. Stolon basis: Kelly
(3), Koemor, rettlgrew. Davis, Hits: Off
Crutcher, 4 In 'seven 'innings: off Chel
lette. I in one Inning.- Wild pitch: Perry.
Bases on balls: Off Perry. 3: oft
crutcher, 3; ft Chellette, 3. Btruck out;
By Perry, ; by CruMhsr. J: by Cbslletu,
3 Double play; Castle to Hushes. Tlma
1:H. Umpire: BIgler.
i i i j
BpesTJBRS WIN IN THNTII
Heeerer la "FlsusI iHHlnsi and Mark
V WIbmIbr Hcorea. '
TOPEKA. May 9. Des Moines came
from behind and' won In the tenth after
the locals apparently had (he victory.
nustenh,aVen was saved from frequent
grief by sterling support,, but weakened
as the gam wore on. Hlchardson replaced.
Mm 1 nthc ninth, butt ho visitors- vrero
not to. 'pe denied. Score;
TOPEKA.
AD. R. H. O. A. B.
Cochran, tlb, 3 0 0 3 1 0
CLee, If , 4 0 1 1 0 Q
F oriythe, o 4 0 0 1 0 0
McLarry, rf it 3 X V f I, v
lUppst Jb.,.,.,, 3 0 0 13 1 0
French, ss..,i. ....... 4 0 3 5 3 0
McAllister, c 3 0 0 4 3 1
Smith, 2b 4 113 4 0
ltustennaven, ip....t 2 0 0 0 5 0
Richardson, p....... 0 0 0 0.1 0
'Oear 1 0 1 0 0 0
Ollom .... 1 0 0 0 0 0
Totals si T T 3 1
Hahn. rf,.
Ilnlllv ' " A
Jones, lb 4
Hantell, 3b 3
FUnlnht r A
noggc, p.,.,- 4
R.- II. O. A. 13.
10 0 0.0
1 0- 2 4' 0
113 0 0
1 4 3 0 0
0 3 16 0
0 2 IS 0 0
0 0-3 2 0
0 1 B I, C
0 10 4 0
DODGERS IN SECOND PLACE
i -
Move Up Step by Defeating Oubs
Three Out of Four.
SCORE IS SEVEN TO FIVE
Pierce Lnata Less Than Inning; -
Chlcnaro Fights Strong Uphill
Battle All the Way
for Honors,
Totals ....36 4 11 30 16 0
Batted for McAllister In tenth,
Batted for Richardson In tenth.
Topeka ., 000110000 0-2
Des Moines 0 00001010 24
Two-baso hits: Sleight. Fox. Sacrifice
hits: RaDDs. Ilusthaven. Fax. Bentell.
.Double plays: Cochran to French to
itapps, MCLarry to Ilnpps, liogge to
Kellly to Jones. Stolen bases: Lee, Jones,
Hahn. Hits: Off usthaven, 8 in eight and
one-third Innings; off- Hlchardson, 3 In
one and two-thirds Inrtlngs. Usees on
balls: Off Husthaten, 4; off nichardson,
1; off Roffge, 4. Struck out: By Ilust
haven, 2; by Richardson, 2; by Rogge, 6.
Passed ball: McAllister. Time: 2:00. Um
pire; Fltxslmmons.
I
rain Prevents last game
with the antelopes
LINCOLN, May ".-(Special Telegrarn.)
Rain necessitated the calling off of tho
third and last game 6f tho series between
Omaha and Lincoln today. Both toams
have won one game each and today's
game was attracting much attention both
here and In Omaha.
The. Rourkes lett here late this after
noon for Denver, where they will open
a three-game series with the champions
tomorrow,' Denvor to date has been nmk
Ing a clean sweep tf eVcrythtng, but
Manager Arbogast, before he loft, said
he had hopes of checking the rushes of
the d r)il If s, From Denver Omaha goes
to Wichita, then to Topeka and home.
mmm
it
He knows"
That's whar
the hatter
thinks whejiy
you: select a r
Gordon.
"The littlq difference
hat counts" makes
ityour hat.,
THE ' 7
Gordon
HAT
DUCKV X IlISAl'POINTKD MAN
Rain, lie Thlnks,,.PrOTrnJ?tl . flloax
Defentlns; ClrlssMes.
DBNVKH, May', 9,-The most nap
polned man In, Dohver today was Ducky
Holmes of the 8qux City team, when on
account of wet groundn the last game
of tho series was called off. Ha was surs
of making It two to one on the Grizzlies.
Omaha begins a throe-day series hero
tomorrow, playing Saturday, Sunday and
Mopdsy, the last being "Ladles day."
Congressmen Will
Play Base Ball
WASHINGTON, May S.-BIghteen or
morp members of the house will bravo
sunstrokq .May 17 In their annual base
ball gams between the republican and
democratic parties In tho chamber. The
money coaxed from an admiring publlo
will be turned over to the local Play
ground association.
Representative Klnkead ot New Jersey
Is organizing and wll captain the Dem
ocratic club. The lineup is practically aa
follows:
Democrats Representative Thomas 1
ttellly, Connecticut; Ui P. Harrison.
Mississippi; J. t, Mcuennoii. uunoip,
W, A. Oldflrld, Arkansas; Walter lClder,
Louisiana; F. J. Oarretu Vennesssa; A.
11. limine. Kentuckv: William ft Murray,
Jhlassachusetts; Maurice Connelly, Iowa;
sain nay uurn, Texas; js. . weou, norm
Carolina.
Republicans S . O, Porter, Pennsyl
vania; V, D. Norton, North Dakota;
Fred A. Urltton., Illinois: John M. Moran,
Pennsylvania; James Manahan, Minne
sota; John J. Rogers, Massachusetts;
Ambrose Kennedy, Ithodo Island; C B.
Patton, Pennsylvania: l n. Slemp, Vir
ginia; C. B. Miller, Minnesota.
Representative Victor Murdock of Kan
sas, leader of the progressives In the
house, has been asked to act as umpire.
Storz Triumphs Play
All-Nations Today
The Btors Triumphs play the All Na
tions this afternoon and Sunday at
Rourke park.
Manager, Bradford Is very enthuslastto
over his pitching staff since the addition
ot Alderman, who with Olson and Kelly,
are considered tho beat ot local talent,
and places him In a position tt- schedule
games with any of the fast traveUng
teams of the country.
The lineup:
BTOKZ ALL
TRIUMPIia Position. NAT10N8.
D rummy First' base,-...Castanter
Graham Second base Blatnler
Durkee Third base ...Walla
Daugherty Shortstott. .. ., . .Shellaf oo
Pruclia-v Left field Donaldson
Falconer ..Middle field Mendes
Welch. ...... M. . . Rlghr fltld Nalko
Crelghton Center Reeves
Ilachten Center.
Olsen Pitcher i....Dubar
Kelly - .metier uonaiason
Alderman .........Pitcher Mendes
i - . .
Manager Hughes of
Wichita designs
WICHITA, May 9. Georgw Hughes r
signed; today as manager tot the 'Wichita
base ball. team of the Western league,
He will continue with the team aa second
baseman, A new manager will be secured
from tho major leagues. Ilia name has
not been announced. Hughes managed.
Uie Wichita team last summer.
The Persistent ana Judicious Use ot
Newspaper Advertising Is tbo Rood to
Business Success.
BROOLYN. May 9. Brooklyn took sec-1
ond place lu the pennant race today by
making It three out ot four with' Chi
cago, score 7 to G. Pierce lasted -,les'
thart an Inning for Chicago,. Brooklyn
scoring four runs on three passes, a triple
and oh error. Reulbach replaced him,
but gave way to a ptch hitter In the sev
enth. Humphreys finished the gume and
allowed two runs, Stengel's trlpk- and art
error scoring one In the seventh, while
Wheat tallied I the eighth on his scratch
hit, Daubcrt'S sacrifice, Evcrs' fumblo
and n force out.
Chicago fought a strong uphill battle
desplto the long lead. Curtis succeeded
Stack for Brooklyn In the third. In ths
seventh, with the bases full, ho passed
W. Miller and Clymer, forcing In two
runs. Two force outs stopped further
scoring. The Chlcagoa lost their great
chance In the eighth when ,two doubles
and n stngle In succession produced only
ono run. Hcoie-
CHICAao. BnOOKLTN.
AH.II.O.A.K. An. ll.O. A. B.
CIrmct, cf..,l 1 i l ORlenstl, tl.. I 1 I 0 t
fehulte, rf.. t 0 0 0 OCuUbaw, lb) 0 I 1 I
Mttehsl, If.. I Oil 0 Hummel, rf. 4 0 3 1 0
aoo4, If.,. 1 0 0 0 OWhMt, 1110
rhtlin, lb,. I 0 1 1 lDtubcit. lb. 1 0 1 0
SUtr, lb..., 4 I II 1 0 Smith, lb... 4 1 0 S 0
Kvori. 2b.... I 113 lFlthr, ... 4 S I 0
Vrldwcll, w. 4 4 1 I 0O. Miller, It II t t
Arcbir, e... i oil isttck, p 1 0 0 0 0
nir, p.,,,o 0 0 0 OCurtU, p..i. 0 0 10
rttulUcb. pSOOIO
W. Hllltr.. 0 0 0 0 0 Tottli J4 1 17 II 1
Humpb', p. 0 0 0 1 0
Letctt ..... 1 0 0 0 0 ;
TotU.....il "l M IT ... ; ,
Batted for Reulbach In the seventh.
Batted for Humphries In the ninth.
Chicago ..,,..,...,.,0 20 0, 00310-6
Brooklyn ...4 0 0 1 0 0 1 I 7
.Lett on bases: Chicago, ti Brooklyn, 3.
TwObase hits: Baler, Bvers, Fisher.
Three-base hits: Sepgel. Smltli, O.
Miller. Sacrifice hits: Daubert. nrst
baso on errors: Brooklyn, 1. Hits: Off
Pierce. 2 In two-thirds Innings; off Stack,
3, in two and one-third innings; off Reul-
uatn, j in live ana ono,-thlra Innings; off
CUrtlS. 6 In llx And twri.lhtr.!. Innlmral
Off HUmnhrlcS. 2 In twn lnnlntra ntnlan
bases: Baler,- Smith, Double plays: Brkl-
men iu oaier 10 t'neian; uutsnaw to Dau
bert; Daubert to Fisher to Daubert.
Bases on balls: riff Pirr nie at.ir
2; off Reulbach, 3; off Curtis, 8; off Hum-
("ri", 4. pirucit out: uy l'lerco, 1; by
Reulbach. 1: bv curtu. t. wn,i
.fierce. Time: 1:45. Umpires:- O'Day
UU aWtitsji SJ.
Iteda Even Up vrlth Giants.
NEW vrtnif xt n o .,
up the serleu with Nw York by taking
quard, who pitched for New York, hnd
one bad Inning, the sixth, when the Reds
"red their three runs. Bates, who won
t suhju atiwi a pair or triples,
M nfr With a lhp...h..M. n u I
...... ....v-..,Bv, ,1U BLUISH
on Tinker's double. Tinker went to third
WhRn nhnfj, fnmhl. 1InV.1l. III Mt
aind ii.cor'5 0,1 ,,a I'ltch. Morsans
iru u on ciin g arounaer 10 sna
fer. linnllfsjkll wn thmu. . i .
P'te. Grant then walked and Clarke
vuiw arxujrp wuri a single, mromme
Pitched great ball for Cincinnati, ths
?J?d',n. ,It"K0,c ,hlt a htm run Into
the left field, bleachers. Score:
unvwraTi, NEW YORK.
n it n i n . n . n
n&tM. rf ft 1 t o 0 n,MM , a n
Dkr. rf...4 1 I 0 OBbtfrr, 4 1 I I 1
Ttakr ...4 III onurta. If..,. 4 0 S 0 0
x,vuiiii, in u ti a guojrie, lb. 4 1 S 3 0
U,N, ft A 1 j a n r . . . - . a a a
. - - - - . . II.. V V I V
X(o. 2b.... 4 0 4 1 OMerkl. lb.. 4 0 t 0
,1m... k . . . a. & . . r
" -"s . iiinoi, s.. i I41S
CUrks. o... I 10 1 0M7tr. c... I 1 1 0
ytommo, p.. 4 1 0 S 0SnoJirH . 0 0 0 0 0
n iiKn, e...u o 1 g s
Tottl II I S7 IT OMtmuird pS 0 0 0 0
McCVrmkk 1 0 0 0 0
CnniUll, p. 0 0 0 0 0
TDUli.....lt"lx7""
Ran for Meyers In the eighth.
Batted for Marauard in tho elirth.
Cincinnati 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0-3
iew xorx o loooooo 01
Bases on errors: Cincinnati, 3. Two
base hits: Ilecknr. Tinkar. Ttir.h..
hits: Hliafer. Hate. Horns run: Ilannir
Stolen bases: Devore, Grant. Left on
oases: jnow xorK. o; Cincinnati, 7.
Double nlavs: Itoblltz! tn Omnf.
Merkte to Wilson. Bases on balls: Oft
rruinme, a on Aiarquara. l. mruea out:
By Marquard, 3. Hit by pitched ball:
By Crandall, Clarke. Wild pitches: By
Marquard, 1. lilts l Off Marquard, 7 In
3 Innings; off Crandall, 3 In one Jnnlng.
Time; l:M. Umpires; Brennah and
t-seon.
Lnderas Dnvea Phillies Game.
PHILADELPHIA. May 9. Fred I.u.I.m.
who had not made a Mt since lait Sat
urday, when hU double In the ninth In
ning defeated New York, turned a pos.
slble shutout for Philadelphia Into a vic
tory over Bt Louis today by making a
home run with two mon out and Lobert
on third base In the seventh Inning, the
final score being 3 to 1. Alexnder held
fit. Louis to two hits, but oe ot them, a
single by Konetchy. was made In the
first Innlns with I- Macro on second
base as the result of a pass and on out
ana enaoiea tne visitors to tcore. score:
8T. Uuis. rim-ADBLriiia.
AD. 11.0 A. B. in II n , p
HvtslM. lb. 4 11 IPuktrt, ef.. 4 0 2 0 0
U Mat, If 1 SKb.U, lb... I 1 10 0
nniua, iu, i s ss. xts, 11 1 1 I 0 o
Hnncnj, mi i 11 o ocnnu, rf.. 10 10 0
gbeckird. it I 0 X 0 0 Ludtrus. lb. 1 U ft ft
OakM, rf . 2 0 l 0 0Ioln, u... 1110 0
ty iAiry, m. toll OOoout. e 20110
McIams, c J 0 1 0 OAlutnAtr, p 1 0 9 I 0
Wlnio, e 1000O
rU. P....1 0 0 10 Tottli 24 T 27 14 0
0ir, p.... 0 0 0 0 0
ETUii .... 1 0 0 0 t
Tetlt.....2lt 3 10 I
Batted for Steele In the eighth.
Philadelphia 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 3
St. Loufs 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01
Two-base hits: Knabe, Doolsn. jlome
run; Luderus. Hits: ' Off Steele, 7 in
seven Innings. Sacrifice hit; 8. Mages.
Dauble plays; Konetchy. unasslshted;
W hitted to Konetchy. Left on bases: St
Louis. 3: Philadelphia. C Bases on balls:
Off Steele. 2; off Q ever, 2: off Alexander.
2 Bass aa wrori jfWladelphls. Slniek
Standing of Teams
WEST. LEAGUE. NATU LEAGUE.
WI.IVI
Denver ...IS 3 .833
St. Joseph.12 7 .632
Unmln 11 7 11
Omaha .... 0. 9 .600
ues Momrs iu .444
Rlnnv rMv 7 m in
Topeka .... 7 11 ,m
wicnua ,. a it
AMER. LEAGUE
W.T..Pr
Phlla IS 4 .789
Phlla., ......It ' 6 ,817
TlrAnUfvn .11 fl SIS
Chicago 14 10 .(S3
Dl. IMUiB- ..,19 IU .()
New York.. 10 W .600
riltsDUigh..lO 13 .43
Boston ..... f 12 .400
Cincinnati,. 0 16 .273
AMER. AS8'N.
w.r. -Prt
Columbus ..13 9 .681
Cleveland ..IK 1 kiwt
Wash 12 .6671 Mllwaukee.,18 11 .542
ir ,A ia: . i . . .
nunnenp s...ia n ,&zo
Indianap's..U U .DOO
Kan. Clty....l2 13 ,480
Toledo 10 13 .435
a l. I'aui 9 15 .375
Chicago ...15 10 .GOOi
Ol. lyOUIB,..lU If ,417
Jioaton 8 13 ,3Si
Detroit .... 714 - .304
NcW York.. 4 16 .200
Yesterday's Results.
WESTKRN LEAGUE;
MS.'.nes4H4i TOP. 2, (Ten Innings.)
Blbux Clty-Denver. rain.
Omaha-Lincoln, ralnr
St. Joseph, 0; Wichita, 3.
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Plttsburhg, 4; Boston, 5.
ClnclnnaU, 3; New York, 1.
Chicago, 6; Brooklyn. 7.
St, Louis, 1; Philadelphia, 3.
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
S'lfh'nffton, i; Chicago. 6.
Philadelphia. 3: St- Louis, 7.
New York, 9; Detroit. 0,
Boston, 3; Cleveland. 1,
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION.
nrt!,,imb,' ! Lou'BVllle. 2. Called at
ond of tho ninth.
Toledo. ; Indianapolis, 2. '
Minneapolis, 2; MUwauke, 11.
St Paul, 8; Kansas City. 6.
Today's Game.
Western League-St Joseph at Wichita.
Brooklyn. St. Louis at PhliadelphiU
mArmcril,1 "ftue-Washlngton at Chi
cago, Philadelphia at St. Louis, New
York at Detroll Boston at Cleveland.
t i V,?an, AssoolaUon Columbus at
iIvl.11.e'.T?,ed0, ot Indianapolis. Mlnne
apoiiii at Milwaukee, St. Paul at Kansas
HIGHLANDERS TAKE ANOTHER
Shut Out Tigers, Nme to Nothing, in
Third Victory of Series.
WAEH0P ON MOUND TILL THIRD
Detroit Jiot Only Falls to Hit, but
Plays Miserably In Field
Fifth Is New Yortf'a
Biff KlllliKf. '
i.5 Sy5te'le' U.by Alexander, 3. Time:
1:19. Umpires: Klem and Orth. ,. . .
Brnrea Make Four Straight.
nnnTnv m.v e rn .i niu.
burgh. 5 ,to 4, today, Boston made it four
o.Bm..1,as won,M many victories from
Pittsburgh as they captured from that
team all last season. It is many yearn
since the local National league team won
.' nimmni names iron any team.
Tho contest was an exciting one. In
which Boston outbatted Pittsburgh. The
111 ft At n !. Yttu n.K w.. - .
led S to 1 up to th eighth lnnins. Bos-
Inn In tlss siasialnH aw. ' i t
through a baa on balls, ConnMly'a sln-
ninth when Hyatt, battlnxy for Camnltx,
iiiv .uiriY mm vcorea on wnrey B aouoie
to left. Victory came to Boston In the
lb. Half nt t V. v. 1 1
. . . . w ,iiu.,, mien uevun
doubled, was sacrificed to third and
cvuiw uii xiariunii a attendee iiy ocore:
I'lTiuuuimii. nosTON'.
in tl a , v ...... . ..
..... ...u.n-u. AU.lt il.A.Ct,
Crr, If B 2 0 0 0 Mandril, 4 1 1 5 0
Boo, cf. 5 4 X I OUr-rs. lb.. 10 tl I
uyiu.:, I 4 VUianfllJ, II t 2 O 1 ft
Wmr, it.. 1 1 1 o 8w.ner, lb 4 I 0 10
UrilfA- IK 1A tl A Tit..- M , , A A A
.., -w... - w w v r....a 1 a W V
WIlMin, rf., 4 0 10 OMwin. cf.... 4 12 0 0
Dutltr, lb... I 1 0 lDtvlln. tb..4tt 4 2 1
Imam a . A A , A ...L . 1 1 a a a . a
u.iHw,., v.,,, w . v nHaiiui, c, m If V 1 u
Ktlltr. c, ft 0 0 0 OJtniM, p.... J 10 10
Cimnltt. p., I 1 0 1 0-IUrliia ,.0 0 0 0 0
lliKIn Ann n 0 a A ft O
Mnior ,.. 1 0 0 0 0 ToUlt 11 11 27 it 1
iirui i o s o
VIOZ 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 21 " "I T
Two out,when winning run scored.
Batte for Simon In the ninth.
Batted for Comnlts in the ninth.
Ran for Hyatt In the ninth.
Batted for James in the ninth.
Pittsburgh 20001000 14
Boston ., 10000003 IS
Two-base hits: Mller. Carey Maran
vllle. Sweeney. Devlin. Throe-base hit:
Mann. Hits: Ott Camnltz, 10 In eight
innings; on Kooinson, l in two-thirds in
ning. Sacrifice hit: Whltng. Sacrifice
files; Miller, Rarlden. Stolen base:
James: Left on bases: Pittsburgh, 7;
uosion, o. liases on onus: uti uamniti,
1; oft James, 3. First base on errors:
Pittsburgh, 2, Struck out; By Camnltx,
6; by James, 8. Time; 1:47. Umpires;
Rlgler and Byron.
American Association.
At Louisville rLlT.FL
Columbus 2 10 2
Louisville ., 2 6 3
Batteries: Colum'bui, Cole and Smith;
Louisville, Loudennllk, Woodburn and
Clemons. Game called at end ot ninth.
At Milwaukee jtjJ.E,
Minneapolis , ..2 8 4
Milwaukee 11 is 2.
Batteries: Minneapolis. Patterson and
Owens; Milwaukee, Cutting and Hughes.
At Indlananolla nwn
Toledo .,,..,,.,., Lj.. 7 o
Indianapolis t 2
Batteries: Toledo, Collamore and Liv
ingstone: Indianapolis, Katserllng, Morse
and Clark.
At Kansas City aw b
St Paul. ,.,.,...,,., , g 9 j
Kansas City , 5 $ 4
Batteries: St. Paul Relger and James;
Kansas City, Schlltzer, Regan, Zabel.
Morgan and'Krltchell, O'Connor.
Confidence ltevrnrded.
In speaking of Manager Dnhlm ih.
other day. President Kbbots said: "My
confidence In Manager Dahlen is about to
be rewarded. When various friends and
critics asked me last year ' to replace
Dshlen 1 paTJ no heed. Dahlen has been
extremely conscientious In his work and
Jiraauauy ne nas ouut up a team 'that
ooks stronger than any we hav ho.i
since Ed Hanlon won pennants with
Brooklyn thirteen years ago. Dahlen has
a free rein. He Is proceeding carefully
and Is making few mistakes. His players
are comparatively young and are bound
to Improve with experlenco"
lUaea Fa at.
Pitcher Dave Orlner ot the Cardinals
had a unique experience. From a boys'
preparatory school to a major league
team in om season is the story of a re
markable rise capped by the honor of
being selected to pitch ths opening cham
pionship game of tho 191J season and
winning It. 5-3. A year ago Qrin-r wn
pitching for the Uooney school of II r
rtmsn, Tcna.
DETROIT, May 9. Detroit not only
failed to hit with men on bases, hut
played miserably In the field and New
York took the third game of tho series,
9 to 0. The Highlanders mixed their hits
with Detroit's mlsplays and won with
case
Warhop, whose greatest ambition lo to
beat Detroit, was taken out of the box:
In the third Inning. Wlllctt had singled,
Bush drew a base on balls and the llttli
pitcher hBd given . Louden two wide
ones when Ford went to the rescue.
Tho fifth was New York's big Inning.
Wolter reached first on Louden's fumble
Hartzell hit to Deal, who threw to the
stands, Wolter scoring and Hartzell
reaching third. Cree hit toward first nnd
Hartzell was run down between, th'rd
and home, Cree going to second on the
play. Creo reached third when Dp1
dropped Stanage's throw on an attempted
steal. Chose walked. Sweeney singled,
scoring Cree. Chase and Sweeney then
stole third and second. Mldkltf vnt
Chase home with a hit to right On Mld-
klffs attempted steal Wouden dropped
Stanage's throw and Sweeney came home.
Bush'B fine fielding was the only
bright spot In Detroit's defensive play.
Score:
NEW YORK. DETROIT.
AD.ll.O.A.E. AB.H.O.A.K.
Duil.li, rf.. 4 l 2 l OBuih, .... I 0 I 4 0
Wolter. cf... 2 l 0 OLouden, 2b.. 6 l 4 2 1
lUrtieir. 2b. 4 Z 1 2 OCrtwL'rd. lb I 110 2 1
Cn. It 12 10 OVnch. If.... 4 0 10 0
'CbiM, lb... 4 0 7 0 0 Gibson, rf... I 0 0 0 1
Bweener, c. 3 1 f u oiun, c:.... 4 0100
MUkltt, lb. S 2 10 Del, lb.... 4 2 12 2
Derrick. ... S 2 2 1 1 Btng, c.. 2 0 8 4 0
Warhop. p.. 1 0 0 0 GWIllttt, p... 2 112 0
Ford, p..... 4 111 OZamlscb, p.. 1 1 0 0 t
' 1 - McK-e ....1 0 0 0
TotaU.,.,,40 J4 HS1
Total 21 S 27 1 (
' Batted for. amloch In the ninth.
New York....7..,...l 0204100 0-9
Detroit ,.,.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Three-base hit: Cree. Hits: Off Wll
let, 7 lh five Innings; off Zamloch, 7 In
tour Innings; att .Warhop, 2 In two In
nings; off Ford, 4 In seven Innings.
Stolen bases: High, Deal, Daniels, Chase,
Sweeney, Mldklff, Double plays: Wlllett
to Bush to Crawford. Left on bases;
New York, 9; Detroit, 12. Bases on balls:
Off Wlllet, 3; off Zamlocfi, It off War
hop, l; off Ford, 3. Hit by pitched ball:
By Warhop, Bush and Gibson-: by Wlllet,
Daniels. Struck out: "By Wlllctt. 2; by
Zamloch, 3'r by ForfL 4. Time: 2:00. Um
pires: Dlneen and Hart.
Sox Make It Tiro Strnlaht.
CHICAGO. May 9.-Chlcago made It two
straight rom Washlnrton today, winning,
6 to 1, by bunching hits with the errors
of the visitors and takln ffiidvantage of
Gallia's wlldness. Scott held the visitors
to flvo' hits, only two of which were
bunched. Manager Griffith thought It
was to cold to pitch Johnson today and
said he probably would use him tomor
row. Bprton starteti at- first base for
Chicago, but owing to a slight Injury to
his wrist, retired In favor of Fournler.
Score;
WASHINOTQS. CHICAOO.
Afl.II.O.A.E. AB.K.O.A.B.
Moller. rf.. 2 110 2 Bcballer, If. 1 0 0 0 0
Milan, cf... 2 0 10 ORath, lb.... I 1 I J 0
Alniroltb, c 4 1 4 2 1 Lord. lb.... I 110 0
Laporte, lb. 4 10 1 0 nortoo. lb.. 0 0 I 0 0
Mortn, 2bul 2 2 1 0 Foamier, lb 2 1 11 0
Shanki. It... 4 0 10 Ocolltni. rf.. I 0 0 0 0
McUrtda, aa. 1 0 1 I OEaaterlr. a.. 4 1 ft ft 0
BrUefcr, Zb. 1 0 1 0 OMatttck, cf. 2 0 2 0 a
Ensl. p.... 2 0 0 1 OWe.Ttr. M I 1 1 I 1
Otndll ..,.1 0 0 0 0 Scott, p 4 0110
Gillla. p.... 00401
Cairo 1 0 0 0 Totals 17 I 27 14 1
Totala J0 1 14 Tl 7
Batted for Engel In the seventh.
Batted for Gallia In the ninth.
Washington ..0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 01
Chicago 0 0 3 0 0 1 3 0 -6
Two-base hit: Morgan. Three-base hit:
Fournler. Hits: Oft Kngol, 6 in six In
nings; off Gallia, none In two Innings.
Sacrifice hits: Sohaller, Mattlck. Stolen
base: Scott. Double play: Weaver to
Rath to Fournler. Left on bases: Wash
ington, 8; Chicago. 7. Bases on .balls:
Off Scott. 6; oft Engel, 4: off Gallia, 3.
Hit by pitched ball: By Engel, Weaver.
Struck out: By Scott, 6: by Engel, 1: by
Gallia. 3. Wild pitch: By Gallia. Time:
1:50. Umpires: Hlldebrand and Evans.
Athlrtlca lilt Snair.
ST. LOUIS, May 9. SU Louis broke
Philadelphia's wlnnlnc streak today. St
Louts knocKeU Houck out of the box In
the first Inning and hit Wyckoff hard. 8(.
Louis scored flvo runs In the first on sin
gles by Shotton and Pratt, two bases on
balls, an error a sacrifice fly and Brief's
triple. Philadelphia scored In the second
on Baker's double, an error and an In
field out.
In the sixth Collins and Mclnnls singled
and scored on Walsh's triple. Tho un
usual spectacle of seeing umpires reverse
a decision three times came up In the
sevnth. With two out and a runnr on
first for Phlladlphla, Oldrlng hit to Wal
lace, who threw to first. After fielding
the ball Brief Ml Umpire Ferguson
called Oldrlng out and then reversed his
decision. ThV Browns then appealed to
O Loughlln, who called the side out. The
Athletics then surrounded O'Loughlln and
after consulting Ferguson, he called the
Browns back on the field and declared
Oldrlng safe. Score:
PHILADELPHIA. BT. LOUIS.
AU.H.O.A.E. AJJ.II.O.A E.
RMrphr. rf4 0 0 0 OShottcn. cf . ft 3 2 0 0
OMrlnf, If.. I 0 0 0 OJohnttoo. if I 1 1 0 u
Colllna. lb.. 4 111 OWtlllama, tt 2 1 2 0 0
Bi.tr. 2b... 4 1 I ft Pratt, lb... 4 1 1 1 0
liclsala, lh. 4 2 ft 1 0 Drier, lb.... 2 3 12 0 1
Walab, cf... 4 2 f 0 lAuitlo, lb... 3 0 0 4 0
Dairy, aa... 2 0 1 Wallace, .11141
Tbomai, c. 4 1 4 1 McAtMtr, el 0 I 0
Houck. p.. 0 0 0 0 OWcU'maa, pi 0 0 2 0
wrckotf. p.. 1 1 1 1 0 .
Bcbanc ----I 0 0 0 Totaia tt I 17 11 2
D. Murphr- 1 0 0 0 0
Total... .. .17". 24 "l "i
Batted for Wyckoff In the ninth.
Batted for Murphy In the ninth.
Philadelphia 0 1 00 0 3 0 0 03
8t Louis 60003000 7
Two-base hits: Baker, JThomas. Three
base hits: Brief, Walsh. lUui Off
UoucX, S la sit innings; off Wyckoff.
6 In eight Innings. Sacrifice files:- Au
stin, Wallace. Double ploys: Baker to
Mclnnls (2)i Left on bases: Philadelphia,
8; St. Louis. 6. Bases' on balls: Oft
Houck. 2; oft Wyckoff. 6; Wellman, 6.
Btruck out: By Wellman, 3; by Wyckoff,
3. Wild pitch: By Wellman. Time: 1:55.
Umpires: O'Loughlln and Ferguson. ,
Red Sox AVl'n, Three to One.
CLEVELAND, May 9. Boston won
from Cleveland today, 3 to 1. Boston se
cured thirteen hits and Cleveland seven
off of O'Brien, three of which were
were scratch hits.
Wth the score 1 and 1 in the eighth
and two out, Lewis singled, Gardner
doubled and Engle singled, bringing In
the winning runs for Boston.
It was stated hero today that President
Connolly had wired Umplro Connolly to
ask If the fracas between members of the
Boston and Cleveland clubs after Wednes
day's game was serious and Connolly re
plied that tl was. not
All the Boston regulars, excepting Man
ager Stahl, -svere back in today's games.
t3core;
CLEVELAND. BOSTON.
, . AB.H.O.A.E. . AD.ll.O.A.E.
Jobnaton. lb I 2 t 0 0 Hooper, rf . . 4 0 S 0 6
Chapman, ill 0 0 3 OYerk-e. 2b.. 4 3 1 3 0
Olaon, lb.... 4 1 1 1 OSpe.ker, cf.. 4 1 4 0' 0
Jackion, rf. 3 0 3 0 OLewla, If.... 4 10 10
Lajole, 2b... 4 111 0 Gardner, lb. 4 2 0 3 0
B m ham. cf 4 0 1 0 0 Ensle, lb... 4 2 11 1 0
Oraney, If... 3 1 4 0 OWa.ner. aa.. 4 3 1 2 0
?N'.UV 1 0 4 BCarriian., c,3 16 1 0
Cart.ch .v 1 0 0 0 OO'Brlen, 'p.. 3 X 0 ft 0
Blandlng, p. 310-20 i. .
Jlaakette, p. 0 0 0 1 0 Total 14 11 IT 14 0
Turner .... 1 0 0 0 a
Totaia .l"7 2.li"o
Batted for O'Neil in the eighth.
Cleveland ,.. 00001000 0-1
Boston 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 3 03
Two-base hit: Gardner. Sacrifice hits:
Chapman (2), O'Neil, Hooper. Stolen
base: Gardner. Double ploys: Chapman
to Johnston: Lapole, Unassisted. Hits:
Off Blandlng1, 12 in eight Innings: off
Baskette, 1 In one Inning. Bases on balls
Off Blandlng, 3; of O'Brien, 2. StrucR
out: By Blandlng, 4; by O'Brien, 4. Left
on bases: Cleveland, 5; Boston, 8. Time:
2:09. Umpires: Connolly and McGreevy.
IMjrar Defenta Fnlrfleld.
EDGAR, Neb., May 9.-(SpecIal.)-Edgar
High sfchool bate ball team de
feated Fairfield High school team, 3 to 2.
This qualifies Edgar to play at th? flelo
meat
SCOTIA HAS BIG WIN
FROM SPAULDING C0U.EGE:
SCOTIA, Neb.,' May O.-fSptclal.)-Brothor
Henry and his biwse ball aggre
gation received one of the wcrBt defeati
that has been administered to any ball
team on the local grounds. Scotia gar
nered twenty hits off Scheuttler. -Cook
led with five and Miller with three two
baggers. Score: R.H.E.
Scotia 0 0 2 11 0 2 1 i -19 20 !
Spalding 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 6 1
Batteries: McFarland and Ammerman,
Scheuttler and Ryan.
Stndlea Trn.pemment.
McGraw studies the temperamo-nt of f
pitcher carefully before he decides hon
to treat him. Ho believes that some mon
should get off to a good start to be ef
fective. If a man of this type falls to
do- It he may yank him before the other
side has ever made a run. Ho- be'ileve:
that' by putting a fresh man In with
everything to gain and nothing to losi
may pull the game out, although tin
spectators s'ee no reason for tho change.
Green vrtth Jealousy.
Manager drlfrlth of Washington re
sents the statement that the Washing
ton team consists of Walter Johnson,
Alnsmlth, catcher: Gondii, first baso
man; Foster, third baseman, and Milan,
center fielder. He says that he has a
suro, pennant winner and that rival man
agers and critics are green with jealousy.
Some nnttery.
Ed Walsh Is not longer the entire White
Sox Young Schalk. Comlskey's debutant
catcher, s flashing the Archer brand
back of the bat and hitting .557. The
Walsh-Schalk battery appears to be one
of the best teams Commy has had for
several years.
Arjrne Like Lawyer.
Manager Griffith of Washington hai
trained his men, to play Blackstone bas
ball, that Is, to fight for even' Point ani
technicality. In some games they hav
acted llkb a corps of lawyers trying a
case without much bottom to tt
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