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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, JTNE 28, 1913.
. & . . 1 tlkll. nUAMDinUQ MAVD Tm HUim for their runs c hate 5rcw a ta.v f? ' ?"'". VS E VimiliriUHO IlrtlYD 11 1HU fourth and CoU'ns and Dodle follow! i'' " V. 7?.iV. "?? miJ-h.. l auaaatu IIIV w,,h ,in-,M hlrh npttMl one r n. El- .Off Hoiuk. I. off Hush. 1. oft Hushes. 3, erly batted for Hath and walked and on off uaUls. J. hirst taw on "r: " Red Sox TWmt N.w YnrV. in Behalk . out Collins soofed. . Another fclpMa. ,1 J ,.ELtchrf run came In the-firth vnen uphii vt-aiKi v i........ u, ..ut,.., y,...., f Doublc-Hcader. SECOND CLOSE UP TO EIGHTH Uoaton Score Fonr Itina nnd nrtkii the Tie, Wlnntnnr, Six to Fonr Tleinlt In First, Ten to Three. BOSTON. June. 27. Boston took both games dt'a double-header with New Tork this afternoon by scores of 10 to 3 and C to 4, 'The visitors secured but four hits off Leonard lh the first contest, while keaftnft was batted hard In the fifth In ning, during which Boston scored eeveral runs. Leonard did not give a pass. The second game was ctose up to the eighth IHning, when Boston scored four runs and broke the tie. Fisher being re lieved by, McConnell when Boston had men on seeped and third with one out. McConnell passed Qardncr, filling the bases, and singles by Engle and Ball fol lowed, which, with a double steal by the two lattet1 players, netted Boston four run. Three singles off Bedlent gave New York two runs In the sixth. Inning. A bnso on balls, Fecklpaugh's triple and a wild trhow by Ball gave the visitors two more tallies In the ninth. (Score, first game: ' NBW TOTUf, BOSTON. AU.H.O.A.B. AB.H.O.A.E. Uanlela, it, I I I 1 MIooper, rt.. 4 J 1 0 Welter, cf.. 1 0 1 0 OYarara, 2b.. 1 0 0 1 Ore. It.... II!) OSptaktr. cf.. 4 i t 0 s Swrtner, C 2 I 1 OiLewli. 5 X 0 1 Court, e... 10 10 toaraner. lb I I 1 I 0 lUrttcII. lb. II I I tEngle, lb... 12 10 0 1'rcR.. ,.. 4 1 1 I ODaJl. M 4 0 1 i 0 linrtim. lb.. 4(10 OCarrlfan, e.. I I 0 1 1 Mldkltt. 2b. 1 S I OLeonard, p.. 4 1 0 1 1 KealliiK. b. 2 0 0 1 1 Caldwell, p. 1 0 0 0 0 Totala M U 27 10 4 oTtalt 21 It XT 10 l ' New York 100001010-J Boston 10207000 10 Two-buso hits: Daniels (2), Cree, Car rlgan. Yerkes. Three-base hit: Sneaker. Hits Off Keating, 13 In five innings; off I'aiawcw. z in tnree innings, sacrifice hit. wolter. Stolen base: Daniels. Left on bases: New York, 4; Boston, 10. Bases on balls'. Oft Keating. 4: off Caldwell. 1. First baso on errors: New York. 3: Roston, 1. Struck out: By Keating. 3; by caiuweii, j: tty Leonard. 6. wild pitch: Leonard. Time: 2:03. Umpires: Hart and Dinecn. Score, second game: NEW YOKK. BOSTON AB.H.O.A.E. AB.H.O.A.K. Ilinleli, rt. 4 1 0 0 0 Hooper, rt. 4 0 1 10 woiur, ci.. J a a ormea lb.. J 1 1 1 Crce. It.... 4 10 0 Olwrwli. It... 112 0 0 Swaer. e. 1 1 4 2 OOirtlner, lb I 1 0 1 mmeii, .a t o i i OBntio, in.,, i x u t o Peck., aa... .201 mill, u 41211 Ilorton. lb.. 10 0 1 tNAin'm'k'r.e 114 0 0 Mldkltf. ib. 17 1 lD4lent, . 4 0 1 1 Q VM.ti, p... 3 1 0. 4 McConnell, p J u 6 0 Totah 22 1 27 12 J Total 11 J li 14 2 New York 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 24 Boston 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 4 6 Two-base hits: Yerkes. Nanamaker. Three-base hit: Pecklnpaugh. Hits: Oft Fisher. 6 In seven and one-third Innings; off McConnell, 2 In two-thirds Inning. Sacrifice hits: Yerkes, Engle, Lewis (2), Stolen bases: Engle, Ball. Left on bases: New York, 4: Boston, 6. First base on balls: Off Fisher. 2: off McConnell, 2; off Bedlent. 2. First base on errors: Boston, 2. truck out: By Fisher, 3: by McConnell, 1; by Bedlent, 4. Passed ball: Swenney (2). Time: 2:04. Umpires: Dln een and Hart. DroTfn Trounce Titters. DETROIT, June 27. Wellman's pitch ing was too good for Detroit today and St. Louis won, 8 to 3. Hall was wild, walking six men In his stay on the mound. St. Louts bunched hits with passes In the fourth, fifth and seventh Innings, only the run scored In the eighth being secured exclusively on hitting. Stanage's fine throwing was the feature of the game. He turned back four Tun ers trying to steal second and nipped an- oiner on ursu score: ST. LOM3. OKTTtort1. All.H.O.A.E. AB.H.O.A.E. Ehottcn, it. H 1 I OBtith. (a.... 5 0 4 1 0 gtovall, lb.. 1 10 0 Ollenneaay.Jb 5 0 111 Jratt. 2b... 1 111 OCrawford.rf 11100 Wllllama, rt 10 4 1 OCohb. cf.... 2 15 0 0 Drift, If.... 4 14 0 OeVach, If.. 4 110 0 Auitln. lb.. 12 3 1 0 turner, lb.. 4 110 1 Lirana, aa. 4 0 0 1 2Morlartf,3b 10 10 0 Agnew, c... 4 1 4 1 lllall, p 2 0 0 2 0 Wellman, p. 4 1 0 2 ODiun, p... 1 0 0 2 0 Dubuc .... 1 0 0 0 0 Total! 31 1 27 12 3 'Rondeau .110 0 0 and aearrd after Lord slneled. Chase c rlflced and Collins made a sacrifice fly. Clcotte oDened for Chlcaco ana tiitenea a fine game until the seventh Inning, wncn hit by Jacobson. uanscn ana Lajole, who batted for Falkenberg. and Johnston netted two runs and forced Clcotte's retirement. Russell came to the rescue and had little difficulty holding' the visitors safe. The visitors played In Improved form owing to the Birmingham Johnson conference which resulted In Jackson's reinstatement. Turner rcnlaced Lalnle at second nnd Played a creditable game. Jackson cele brated his return to the game by making two hits and drawing two buses on balls In four times at bat. Score: CLEVELAND. CHICAGO. AD. H O. A. E. in ii.n.l e. JohUton.lb 4 110 Otleall, cf ..11000 Chapman, aa 4 1 1 2 OMattlck. cf. 0 0 0 0 Olaon. lb.... 4 1, 4 OLord, 3b.... 4 2 110 Turner, 2b., 2 0 4 2 OCtaac. lb... 2 0 10 0 0 Jaeason, rt. I 8 I t Orolllna. rt.. 1 1 1 0 0 "fan, ... 019 no4le, It... 1 1 2 0 0 Oranejr, It. .. 40 2 0 Wearer, aa. 4 0 2 2 Carlach, 0.. 1 1 2 1 truth. Ib... 10 2 1 'Oatea 0 0 0 0 0F.atter1jr .. 0 0 0.0 0 O'Nalll, e.. 0 0 2 0 Oncrter, 2b.. 1 0 15 0 Falk'rc, p.. 1 0 0 0 OPohtlk. e... 1 0 T 2 0 Lajolt .... 1 100 OCclotte, p. .11 0 1-0 niandlm. p. I 0 0 1 ORunell, p.. 0 0 0 0 0 Drlm'h'c .. 1 0 0 0 0 TteUls n I 27 14 0 oTtali 11 72 10 t Batted for Rath In fourth. Ran for Carlsch In seventh. Batted for Falkenberg in seventh. Ran for Lajole In seventh. Batted for O'Neill In ninth. Cleveland 00000030 02 Chicago 0 0 0 S 1 0 0 0 3 Hits: Oft Clcotte. 7 In six and two- thirds Innings:, off Russell. 0 In two and one-third Innings: off Falkenberg. S In six Innings: off Blandlng, 0 In two In nings. Hacrmco hit: Chase. Sacrifice fly: Collins. Stolen bases: Bodle, Ryan. Double plays. Schalk to Rath. Turner to Johnston; Lord to Weaver to Chase. Left on bases: Clcvoland. 9: Chicago. 6. Bases on balls: Off Clcotte. 4: off Falk- enDcrg, o; off Russell. Z. Hit by pitched ball. Turner, by Russell. Struck out: By Clcotte, 2: by Falkenberg, 2; by Rus sell. 1. Time: 2:16. Umpires: Illlde brand and O'Loughlln. Split Dontile-llender. WASHINGTON, June 27.-Vashington and Philadelphia divided today's double header, the former winning the first game. 2 to 0. and the visitors thn RAcnnd. 11 to 5. Johnson was at his hnt In thn first gamu and not a visitor got as far ns intra, ana nut two as far as second. Brown also tlltched n. fine ffnmn. In the second gnme Hughes and GAllIa. provea inerrectlve. The locals batted Houck out of the box In one Inning, but AuBu iimnnea ine game in gooa siyio, Harper, a young left.hn.nder nnd n new. comer from Hackensack, pitched the last three Innlnen for Washington Wn.hli.ir. ton' fielding was erratic, while that of me uueucs was sensational. Score PlIILADBLTHIA. WASHINGTON. Au.II.O.A.R. An. it. nan. B.Murphr.rf 4 0 0 0 OMoeller, rf. I 1 1 0 0 Walah, It... 10 10 CFotter, 5b.. 1112 0 Colllna, ib. M I I 1 Milan, cf... 10 10 0 Ilaker, 2b... 3 0 12 OGUndll, lb.. 2 0 11 1 0 Mclnnll, lb 1 1 10 0 OMorgan, 2b. 1 0 2 1 0 Strunk. cf.. 1 0 4 0 fishanka. If.. J a i n n uarrr. aa... J I J OMcnnde. ta. 1 1 2 1 0 Drown, b... 1 A fl 1 axinifnlth f. a n a n Oldrlng ... 0 0 0 0 OJohnaon, p. 3 0 1 2 0 -uaier 1O0O0 .. Totala 34 3 27 13 0 IJ 1 111 1 Harptr. Struck out: ny Bush, 2; by (Jallla, 4; by Harper, 1 Wild Pitch: Gallia. . Time: ;:ab. I'mpires: aic- Totata 15 1 27 11 2 Batted for Morlarty In the ninth. Batted for Dauss In the ninth. St. Louis 0 00310310-8 Detroit 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1-3 Two-base hit: Gainer. Three-base hit: Brief Agnew. Hits: Off Hall. S In six and one-third Innings: off Dauss. 3 In two and two-thirds innings. Sacrifice hit: Williams. Stolen base: Austin. Double plays: Williams and Austin. Left on bases: St. Louis. 4: Detroit. 8. Balk: Wellman. Bases on balls: By Hall, ; by Wellman. 3: by Dauss. i. struck out: By Hall. 2: by Dauss. 3: by Wellman. 2. Passed ban: Agnew. Time: urn plres: Evans and Egan. Sox Make It Two. CHICAGO, June 27.-Chlcago made It two stralcrht from Celevland today by winning, 3 to 2. The locals bunched their hits behind Falkenberg's bases on balls lungs Affected Rheumatism Ran for Lapp n ninth. Batted for Brown In ninth. Philadelphia 00000000 00 Washington 10010000 2 Two-base hit: Mclnnta. fin Milan. Bacrlflco fly: Milan. Stolen Dases: Mocller. Milan. Double nlnv Baker to Mclnnls. Left on bases: Phlln, delphla, 3; Washington, 3. Bases on balls Off Brown, 3:, off Johnson, 1. First base on errors: Washington, 1. Struck out. ay urown. z; by Johnson, 6. Time: 1:35, umpires: Connolly and McGreevy. Score, second gamo: An. ll.o. A. E. An.H.O.A.E E.Murpby.rf 4 1110 WASHINGTON. Oldrlnt, rt. 2 0 0 0 OMoeller, rt.. 4 0 2 0 Walih. lt-rt 4 110 OLaporte. 3b 4 0 0 4 Colllna, 2b. . 114 2 OMIlan, cf.., 1 2 2 0 0 Baker, lb... 4 1 1 4 iAcoaia, .. 1 0 1 o o Malnnla, lb. 5 1 IS 1 OOandll, lb.. 2 0 1 0 1 Eturnk, cf.. 4 2 10 OShanka, It... 4 2 110 Darrj. aa... 5 0 11 OMcDrlde, aa 4 1 1 1 0 Hchtng, c... 5 110 OIKnrr, c... 1 0 5 0 1 Duan, P 3 v 9 MuuainB, c a u u o Houck, P... 0 0 0 0 OHtighea, p.. 0 0 0 0 1 D. Murphy 1 0 0 0 OQalla, p.... 1 0 0 2 1 iiirper, p... i i u l l Total 37 10137 20 lCalro 1 0 0 0 0 Kosttr 10 0 0 0 Balk. Gallia. Grecvy and Connolly. Umpire Segrist Has Bad Day at His Work The work of Umpire George Segrist In esterday's game was the worst seen on the home grounds this season and un doubtedly cost Omaha the game. It was ono of his concrete decisions In the fourth Inning that enabled the Grizzlies to score the first two runs, and which were Just enough to win the game. With a man on first and one down, Fisher came to bat. Ho had two balls and two strikes when Fugate put ono over which cut the plate squarely across the center. Segrist called It a ball, Fugate laid the next one over and FJsher touted It out for ft two-bagger. Wolf gang, the pitcher, was the next man up and was an easy out. It Segrist had been ablo to discern a ball from a strike not a run would have scored, but as It was two runs came In. Another decision of his which cut Omaha out of at least one run came In the fourth Inning when Omaha had the bases full. Neff had three balls and one trlke. Wolfgang heaved one on which Segrist motioned Neff to go down to first tvnd then reversed his decision, send ing Neff back to the plate and the little outfielder missed the third strike. Segrist Is also the umpire on whom Lee Qulllln worked his trick In tho game the day previous when he concealed the ball and pushed Grubb off tho sack. blocked him from getting back and then called Sogrlst's attention to it, at which his nibs called Grubb out There Never Was a Time Like NOW! They WILL Go! MUST Go! Says Brooks ! SUITS! Men's Suits! Brooks wants to say "Au Revoir" to all tho gar ments ho hasn't sold- garraonts that waro loft on his hands because of a chilly spring! Admirablo suits, mind you, tho kind that fits as though a tailor wan on the job, the kind that "holds together in any weathor" but they must go WILL go! HVifV hri $130 Takes Any $20 Suit )r the Houao Mind You, ANY Suit $19-50 Secures Choice of Any Swagger $30 Suit No Restrictions $16 JO Takes Suits That Brought $25: Any Suit Marked at $25.00. $22-50 Seeures $35 or $40 Suits "The Best In tho Houso" Brooks Suits are Rood beneath the surface, too. CORNER They are made up, trim- OF 16TH med and fitted QUITE a AND little better than seems NECESSARY. Pick up a Brooks Smit and SEE! "Brooks" spent hundreds of dollars to advertise tho fact that he WOULDN'T COULDN'T -wait until after tho "Fourth of July" to axe prices. Brooks put the prices DOWN chopped 'em down with his little axe; sold a LOT of the suits yet thero aro some left-too many for this late in tho sea sonbut the rarest of values if you want a SUIT. And EVERY garment is in the selling; NONE hidden; don't wait; you'll do BETTER now. ALLIANCE BOY WINS SIX-MILE RELAY RACE ALLIANCE, Neb., July 27. (Special Telegram.) The closing dny of the stock men's state convention today was devoted to tho Truvelcrs' Protective association. They put on the best Individual feature of the convention, In the characteristic float, emblematic of their organization. The best ovent of the day at the fair ground was the final heat of the slx-mllc relay race, In which Dwlght Zedlker of Alliance crossed ahead of Rentley, the crack relay rider of Bridgeport. Zcdlker'a string was made up entirely from tho regular city delivery bunch and his victory waB clearly won on the changes. Bentlcy has carried off this i. nftrnH In "Roth Houra prize for several years and Is considered Mea8urc 18 0"ed 110,186 one of the best changers In tho country, and Senate. having finished first In Denver and Cheyenne against tho bcU riders of the SEVERAL CHANGES ARE MADE west. I n f 1 t MuMnaltlAM fn Tlw4lt-linT HARNEY STREETS City National Bank Building CURRENCY BILL INTRODUCED Present Dnnk Xotvu In Tvrentr Years nnd Substitution of neserve Xlclnaerted. Cnnonl-Clabby Bout Off. INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.. June 27. The ten-round, boxing contest scheduled be tween Tony Caponl of Chicago and Jimmy Clabby of Hammond, Ind., which was to nave oeen neia bi u WASHINGTON, June 27,-The admln- ltague base ball park hero the night of ..., r,,,r.nv -.,,1 wn, launched on July 4, has been declared off. It was an- t))e troublcd ,cn, of legislative consldera nounced today. Promoters said Caponl Uon yeaterjRy wne U was Introduced In made a sudden demand for a higher thc Mnate by senator Owen and In tho guarantee man mey curra m Bive. nougo by Representatlvo Glass. Tho houso A fight between urn aiciunnon 01 uos- lmmadjatejy referred the resolution to tho ton ana jacK unn ui inuianayo.i., mm- . k.n Rnd curroncy committee. Sev dlewelghts. will be held at tne local 1, chBnKeB haQ becn made In the bill American association ball park the night I .,. ,uit of numerous conferences. of July 3. 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