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THE mrATTA SUNDAY BEE; JULY 20, 1913.
LINCOLN OYERGOMES WICHITA i
Viotory Gained in Eighth Inning by
McConniok's Home Ban.
HVE TO FOUR IS FINAL SCORE
McCormlck Syrore Two Slnaies,
Doable tvnd Fonr-nnarirer In Four
Time at Bat Home nan
br replneUl.
LINCOLN. Neb., July 19. Lincoln d
feated 'Wichita, B to 4, la a aeoaaw game
today. The visitor batted In thr run
in th eighth, assuming the lead, but
Bowling's single nnd McCormlck'a homo
run in the sam Inning decided the is
sue. McCormlok landed two singles, a
double and a. home run In four timet at
bat. Score:
LINCOLN. -
AO. R. IL O. A. E.
Lloyd, 2b 4 0 0 1 5 0
Collin, rf .1 110 0 0
Dowllng. ss 4 2 2 1 3 0
McCormlck, if 4 1 4 3 0 1
Cole, cf 4 0 0 1 0 1
Harbour, lb .... 3 0 0 13 0 0
Carney, o 3 0 0 4 0 1
Peploski. 3b 3 1114 1
Knapp. p 3 0 0 0 (1
Totals it G t 27 17 "i2
WICHITA.
AU' O. A. E
Nicholson, If 3 0 1 1 0 0
Burke, 3b 6 0 1 0 3 0
Bills, rf 4 0 0 1 0 0
Middleton, ct , 4 1110 0
Koorncr, lb 5 1 - 1 11 1 0
Hughes, 2b 3 1 3 3 3 0
APD. M 3 10 13 1
Wacob, e 3 0 2 4 3 0
Regan, p 2 0 0 2 2 0
Totals 33 4 S 24 5 1
OMlMiMI
Wichita 0 00000130-4
Earned run: Lincoln, 4i Wichita. 3.
Home runs: McConnlcIc, Pcploskl. Thro
bone hit: Hughes. Two-baas blta; Dowl
lng, McCormlck, HuKhes. Double plays
Lloyd to Barbour, Burke to Hughes to
i;2r- .J-1 on baaea: Lincoln, 8;
Wichita, 10. Btolen bases: Burk Mid
kim0" Ioenior- Sacrifice hlUi Carney,
Nicholson, Hewn l), Struck out: By
lfilSSK' b5T.1JfJfan''s- i"UM,, on "
HJDIAIIS PLAY WITH ST. JOSEPH
KlRh(en lilt nnd Fourteen Run
Madr by Sloaz City.
SIOUX CITY, la,, July 19,-Btoux City
batted McConnaughey and Crutcher all
over the park today and won a doll game
by a score of 14 to 6. Wheatley pitched
the flrat inning, but had a lamo arm and
gavo way to Young. Young waa hit fre
quently, but waa tight In the pinches.
Score:
SIOUX CITY.
Cooney, 2b ? f fc E0
Callahan. 'Vb.'!ll""; 0 81 a
JDavidson. cf 4 110 0
Miller, rf '...'.V. 6 1 4 0 1 0
Vann, e , 4 8 3 7 i o
fWtoeatley,. p... o o 0 0 0 0
Young, p....; 6 l l 0 3 0
Total ii 14 M 37 55 2
ST. JOSEPH.
v . AB. It. II. O. A. E.
Uf'i J'-iM' .ft 6. 1 3 1 ,0 0
tWataoil, Cf 4 1 3 0 0 0
ZwllUntr, rf. 3 llli i
llolks, lb,..., ,S-. 0 1 3 8, 0 0
Dchi, 2b.,. 5 1 3 ft s 0
Weaterzll, 8b 4 O 1 s' 1 Q
Melnke, ss..,., 4 0 0 o' 8 1
(Fitzgerald, o... 4 1 18 2 0
McConnaughey, p... 0 0 0 o 0 0
Crutcher, l 8 0 0.0 4 0
tQoehler, p 0 0 0 0 0 Q
Total ......87 6 33 21 3 "i
eioux City... 4 0 1 3 0 1 4 2 -14
Bt. Joseph... 1 3 2000 (0 000 0
Left on baaesi Sioux City; 9; et Jo
seph, 7. Baaea on arrora: tiloux city, 1:
Hw Joseph, L Bocrlflou hlU: Crutcher,
Bmlth (i). Two-bos hits! Ocha (3J,
fWesterall. Clarke, Kelly. Miller, Young,
rrhrco-base- hits: Clarke, Burns. Stolen
baaea: Watson, Holke. Cooney. Clarke.
Ulta; Off McConnaughey, alx In two
thirds innlngj off Wheatley, 3 In one In'
nine; off Crutcher, 11 in tlx and one-third
tnnmga; off Boehler. 1 In one inning; off
(Young, 10 In eight Innings. Double play:
Melnke to Ocha to WeaterclL Struck out:
'By Crutoher, 4: by Boarder, li by Younr,
7. Bosea on balls; Off McConnaughey, 1;
off Wheatley, 1: off Crutoher, 8; off
Young, 3. Passed ball: Fitzgerald. Wild
pltchi Crutcher, Time: 3;b9. Umpire:
ColUflower.
T0PEKA . C0NQUER8 GRIZZLIES
Vlaitora Take the Mesnrt oI Denrti,
Flro to Two.
DENVER; Cola, July 19. Topka won
from Denver, 6 to t The batting of Mo
Lorry featured for Topeka. Wet crounds
Intcrferrod with fast playlntr. Soon;
DENVER.
All. 11. U. O.
A.
Qltmore, If 3 0 0 3 0
Caasldy, rf .3 1 0 O 0
Channel), cf...,,.,.. 4 1 3 ' 3 0
Butcher. ib,. 4 o l l l
Sulliln, 3b 4 0 3 3 1
lock, c 4 0 8 10 8
Coffey, as 4 0 12 4
Fisher, lb 4 0.0 7 1
Hogerraan, pv. 3 0 0 0 S
3pahr .7.. 10 10 0
Total . 1 iu 27 U
TOPEKA. .
All. II. II O. A.
Cochran. 3b 4 0 13 3
Korsythe, If,.,,,..., 5 113 0
McLarry. 2b... 3 1 2 3 3
Price, lb, rf. 4 0 8 1 0
dear, c(,... 4 10 8 1
Itapp. lb , 3 0 0,9 0
French, a ,. 3 0 12 7
McAllister, c 8 114 2
Cocrehom, p ... 8 110 4
1 1
3 0 0
Totals ....31
Topeka 0 0
Denver 1 0
27 IS 0
3 0 0 1-
0 0 0 0-3
0 0 1
Stolen bases: McAllister, -Channel),
Vorsythe. Cunsldy. Two-base hits: Mo
Lorry, French. Three-base hits: Mo
Larry. Cocrebam. Sacrifice hit; Caa
nldy. Sacrifice flloa: Radd. Cochran.
Struck out: By ltagerman. g- by Coore
hani. 2. Bases on balls: Oft llagtrman.
C. off Cocreham. 3. Double plays: Block
to Quiiiin; trench to Mcuirry to Iiapna:
French to MoLarry to Itapps. W1U
pitch: Cocreham, lilt by pitched ball:
Qllmorc. Lu.ft on bases: Denver, lot
Toneka, 7. Time: 3:02. Umpire:
O'Toole,
American Aaaoclntion.
Att Minneapolis, first game: R.U.E.
Columbbs 3 4 1
Minneapolis U 3
Batteries: Eayera and Smith; Comstock
ana uwens.
Second garnet R.II.E.
Columbus .......,.. 3 1 I
Mlnneapolle ......8 IT i
Batteries: Illley and Murphy; Burns
and Smith, Owens.
At St Paul, first game, R-ir.E.
jntuuupoui .,.,... .in J
St. Paul .........I 3 3
Batteries: Willis, Hem and Casey. ICar
rer and Miller. Livingston. Twelve In
nlngc.
Second game: n.II.E.
Indylanapolls . e 12 0
Bt Paul i... a is 1
Batteries: Harrington and Casey; La-
- . . r . . , . . .
TVf, uaiuuer, jDninoi ana Mlticr.
At Kansas City: . - R.1I.B.
xoieao 1 j
Kansas City 1 : 1011
Batteries: Baskette, Stevenson and De-
vognr, iana: fovington ana O'Connor,
At Milwaukee: R.II.H.
Louisnue , ,...1 3 :
Milwaukee t :
Batteries: Northrop and Clemons: Slap
Alcka and Hushes. Call end slth, rain.
Blues Oct Texan.
ir 1 'U u nrw v.. i . a .
Moore pf the Paris club In the Toxae
jwijub bm ueon puroDasea by the local
Apaerloan association team, according
to an annou&oesitnt today by Managar
Carr. Moore la expected to report bar
Nebraska State
aallaBBal
B
JACK
Omaha,
BROWNS W1NJH THE NINTH
Compton'i Single, After One Out and
Sases Pull, Score Two Buns.
HAJm.TON'8 SIXTH STRAIGHT
'Waahlnsrtaa Tallica Pirat Ran on n
Blnsle, Pass, Kaerifloe and Error
by AsmeTr St. I.outa T.ea
- In tbe TktroU
a LOtnS, JUly !. Compton ringing'
ingle in ha ninth Inning, after one was
out and with the base niieo, arove in
,two runs, enough to enable St. Loul to
win from Washington today, 4 to 8, nnd
give Hall his sixth consecutive victory.
Washington tallied it snrst runs on a
single by McBrlde,, a pass, a sacrltloo,
and Ainew; error on Lovan'a perfect
pes; to the plate, St. Louis tied tho score
in the third Inning on Agnew's single, an
error by En gel and Shottcn's freak triple.
Bhotten drove tho ball into tne, wiro
netting around the right field seat,
where It tuok. Moeller, after niuoh trou
ble, with the aid of a spectator', ex
tracted the ball. He threw to Gondii.
whose relay nipped Sbotten at, the plate.
He wa called out by Umpire Hvan.
UmDlre Sheridan, on the bases, ruled
the hit a home run, -whereupon the Wash
ington player protested. After, much ar
guing, Evan walked to the stands to
Investigate an doverruled Sheridan, call
ing Shotten out and crediting, the batter
with a three-bagger.
Washington forged ahead aaln- in the
fifth Inning when Morgan was paused.
Foster bit to short field, forcing Morgan,
but Umpire Evan ruled that Catcher
A xnew Interfered with Foster nat ana
sent the latter to first base and Morgan
to second. An out advanced the runner,
aaridll' elnclo scored Morgan.
Singles by Pratt and -William, followed
by Hughca' error, tilled the baae In the
ninth for- St. Loul. Compton, oatung
for 'Lavan, then nt out hi not single,
winning the gam. Score
n.mttknnfVV HT. LnUI.
........r... in.H.O.A.8.
Ur(Ui. 3b.. I 1 I 4 OBbotUp. ., I I J o
iX. .v. 1 a 1 ftamall. lb.. 4 T 1
Mollr. tf,. 4 1 Drlf. If.....! J a 1
Jltiir, 0....1 0 OAironr, t.... 2 1 S J
mt p. 1 0 iiumiitou, mm;
Uusbti, 1 e j-wbjw .1.1
ToUls n 4 II 2 ToUta 3S . St U I
Faster -ot the bao wnen .t.nner i-
terferma wun nn.
One out whf wlnnlpg run wa cored.
WMhlntrton 0 3 0 Q 1 0 0 0 0-3
bt. uouia ...-... w v v w -
Three-base hit: Shotton. HlU: off
Engel, 2 in tour Inning (none out in
fifth); off Hughes, 3 W four vand one-
kll l,nln Rocrlrice flv: BnabL AK-
new, Milan. Btolen base: McBrlde. Dou
ble play as McUrtde to Morgan to qan
dlUj Hamilton tp Lavan to Stovall. Left
on basest St. Louis, j; Waahlnitoiv , s.
11. ib. t'nml. Tlxjifji on ball a: Off Etnrel.
2; oft Hamilton. 8i off Uu?na. 3. Struck
our: iy iwn wm i vj .
Time: umpire: Rvans ana Bben
can. ,
TIGERS AND SOX DIVIDE
Detroit aatl Boeten Kaek Takes an
End of the Double-lIeMler.
DETIIOIT, July M-Detroit and Boston
divided today' double-header, the home
team winning the first game, 3to 1, and
the visitor taking the second by 9 to i
The flrat game was featured by excel
lent fielding by both team. Cobb' two
catches Jn center field, which resulted In
double plays, being particularly brilliant.
'Lewis' batUue and fielding were sensa
tional In the second contest. He secured
three single find a double la four time
at bat, and mad a running barehanded
catch of a long fly that brought the
crowd to It feet with a cheer.
Detroit won the first game In the sev
enth Inning on single by Crawford and
Voath and Cobb' double: an dadded an
other run la the eighth oa an error by
Gardner, Buah'a single and Crawford'
sacrifice fly. Boston's one un resulted
Golf Champion
irUQHGS.
Field Club.
NEW PRESIDENT OF NEBRASKA
STATE GOLF ASSOCIATION.
a B. MONTGOMERY.
from. Speaker' doublo and Gardner's sin
gle.
Boston did practically all their scoring
In the eighth Inning of the second con
test, when single by Hooper, Speaker,
Wagner and Thomas, Leads' sacrifice hit
an da base on balls to Gardner nettod
five runs. Detroit's two In the second
were made on singles by Qalner and Lake
and McKco's triple. Score, first game
BOSTON. DETHOIT.
An.lt.o.A.c An.ir.n.A.-
SI, lb.., 4 0 1 Qmith. (...., 4 111
lloostr. rf.. 1 l 1 0 oviit ih 1 a 1 1 a
Fji.iV.r, et llll oCnwfonl. rf I 1 2
LcwU, It... 4 1 1 1 OCobb. ct t 1 ( I 0
utran.r, lb. 4 1 I 1 IVuatt. It.... 4 110
Yrk, lb,, tilt 00lnor, lb,. 1 0 t 0 0
Wtintr, hl. t 0 1 3 tstani, ... t 0 I I 0
Ckrrttan, .. I 0 T 1 OUorUrty, 3b I 1 I 3 0
tvnru, K. a & V ! VU11DU0. P,..,l 9 0S
1111, p 00000
JOTrin .... 1 1 000 ToUls Zt 11111 1
ToUl M I 14 10 1
Hatted for Leonard in the elehtK.
"Osion ,.,..0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I 1
......... ,,,.V O O U O O 2 1 1
iwo-nase hits: TcrkM nu.i r-..
orffilV vVMoriartjr: Hits.
Ki!!!i?n nnln4r' sOTlfice hit: Dubuo.
bacrlttce flvi cnwrnni t.,v,i " .7
Kn.,.V- ,.""'v
nfH vZvu:; ' r . vogner. Terkca
r"T, v. ii uM, uosion, ; De
troit. S. Bases an hall.. n t-..V..' .
off Leonard. 1: nfr it.i .' YiV. C"Z.Y&.?
hall! tlv r',7, ir.::!.' mvi
hi hno i i... $"uvih ou-ucx out: By
H,u.i.limPy Lf.Dl2l t Wild pitch:
and'cnnneTl" FortTUSOP
Sevond inunet
H03T0N.
Au.n.o.A.a
Batted for Wlllett Mith."" ' " "
uetroit ;;. r.".o r. a
uuiion a. iaaaa....
TTwto.baao hlU: Crawford, Morlarty.
mt,8'rt??erbae McKee. Wagner;
vin.tif ttV H ln. elhl Innlrisi oft
t .i.llnl ln one '""ins. Sacrifice hits
b?.k.' r.l0h,Mr'r.an.r5,n Stolen
liv SZS'.S' 011 aUr- Struck but
JJy txntor, 8. Time :IM. Uintolres
Connolly and Ferguson. 'J "Wires
Final Tenuis Score In Glenwood.
uuwvivwu. ia., July 19.-(Sneolal.-The
last two game of the deSdlngset
In doubles In the aouth,westem tinnls
tournamsnt were played in a ground
wetting shower yesterday afternoonThe
tournament has been very successful 100
players bjlrur In attendance. """ luw
Frank T. Nye of Northboro. won the
In IIUI itussey
in oiniDie iiussey and Parker of
Shenandoah won over 1313 cup holders
T.w.o miu Aiiuiuiaan ui iMXIIoru.
Score In alnElesi 2-4, f-2. -I e-i
Doubles: 6-4. 4-4. -a c-4 v i
Th f H tournamont will be held In
I jfiBnSr fBBBSPr eSBBBBB9SS9HBSSBBBBBBl
DBTTtOlT.
An.ii.n.i Tt
10.... 1 T 1 ODuih. ... JT j 1 ft
Hoowr. rf... till ovitT 5 .." toiig
SKUi i 1 ? !9tV 8 110 0
&'tb?: xi.VVt:::5 5??o
'.:. i SSVk0 . i hit
4 i i I ?
u.r, p.... i 9 10 0LV, p 1 1 0 t
t.-T7-w!i.u. p... 0 0 0 0 0
........ .v M B-uih 1000
REDS 'LOSEJMG CONTEST
Sixten-Inning Qam Goes to the
Phillies, Three to Two,
SCORE TIED IN NINTH FRAME
Johnson Ordered to Clali Hoase for
Dlsputinir n Strike When at
Bat in the Tenth Field
ing; Brilliant.
PHILADELPHIA, July 19.-In the long
est championship game hero this season,
Philadelphia defeated Cincinnati today In
the sixteen Inning by 3 to 2. With one
out In the sixteenth, Doolin received a
base on balls and scored on JUlllfcrs two
bagger to right field.
The home team took the lead In the
seven Inning on Luderus double, an error
by Tinker and an out, Luderus scoring.
Cincinnati tied the score In . tho ninth.
Clarke batted for Devore and singled.
Bates, ran for Clarke, waa forced by
Maraans. The latter stole second and In
doing so sprained his anklo and waa
carried off the field, Packard ran for
Marsana and reached third after Paskert.
muffed Bcscher's long drive. Paskert
made such a remarkably quick recovery
of tho ball and throw In. that tho specta
tors thought that he had merely Juggled
the ball. The plan oven footed Bescher,
who, after running to second babe and
thinking he waa out, started back for
tho bench and was run out. This pre
vented Cincinnati from winning, as
Dodge' single scored Packard, and un
doubtedly would hare also scored
Bescher,
Johnson was ordered to the club house
by Umpire Rlgler for disputing a strike
when at bat In tho tenth Inning's Each
team scored a run In tho thirteenth In
ning, a wild throw by ravath, permitting
Groh, who had doubled ,to score, and
Cravath driving In Dolan with a single
In the homo team's half.
Brilliant, fielding marked the contest
Dronnan outtrtwlcd both Johnson and
Ames and did not Issue a pasa during
the contest. Score:
CINCIKNATI. PIIILADEUnnA.
AU.H.O.A.E. AD.lt.O.A.E.
Devon, rf... 0 1 0 onckr. lf-el 14 0 1
uaicn, vi'. v viD.iDe, id.,i v i b v
Minim, rt . i 0 1 0 OOoUn. 2b.... 1 0 0 t 0
Sfctrktrd, rt I 0 t 0 Oldtxrt, Jb... I 0 6 0
Beachar, It,. 1 0 arukert, ct.. I. 1 1 1
Polo. Ib.., 1X4 0Mcrt). If... 3 0 1 0 0
iioDiui.i. id i ii i orrTtn. rf.. 7 I I o l
Tinker. ... ft .8 I lr.udenii. lb. T 1 SO 2 0
Oron. Jb... , I -I t-lDoolan, .,,' 1 4 t 0
Kllnt. o 1(1 0Kllllf.tr. C..7 1 4 0 0
Johnton, p.. t 0 D 1 Onrtnoan, p.4 1 J 4, 0
Amen, p 1 0 0 2 0illllr 1 1 0 0 0
V
Pku4 ...
fictn .....
llOOO
0 0 0 0 0 TOUl-..M 13 it M I
1 0 0 0 0
ToUli 64 t4 IS 3 .
Batted for Knabe in thirteenth.
Batted for Devoro in ninth.
Ran for Mar-suns in ninth.
Batted for Johnson ln tenth.
One out when wlnnlntr run scored.
Clnclnnol ...0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0-3
Philadelphia ooooooiooq"piou l-a
Two-boae hits: Groh. Kline. Brennan.
Luderus, KUllfer. Hits: Off Johnson, 8
In nine innings: Off. Ames, S In sevon
innings. Sacrifice hits: Knabe, Bren
nan, Lobert. Bhockord. Btolen bases:
Devore. Marsans. Double play: Lobert
to Luderus, Left on bases: Cincinnati,
6: Philadelphia. IS. Bases on balls: Off
Johnson. It off Ames, 2. First base on
errors: Cincinnati. 1; on i-nuaaeipma, a.
Struck out: By Johnson, 2: by Ames, 3;
by Brennan. 3. Time: 2:. Umpires:
BJgler and Byron.
BOSTONS WIN IN THE EIGHTH
Mnrnnvlllo Presented with Floral
Ilnraeshoe nnd Ltye Jlabblt,
TtriRTON'. Julv 18. After a horned -run
into the outfield bleachers by SchnJth
had given Chicago a. lead in the sixth
inning;, Lord , of JlQtton duplicated the
feat In the seventh, tlelng the score, and
the locals won In the eighth on Mann'
double and a squeeze play, worked by
Mann and Myers. Tho Bcore waa 6 to 4.
Today wa known as "Maranvllle day"
and Maranvllle. wa presented with a
great floral horseshoe, a large silver lov
inr run. n. void watch and chain, and a
young live rabbit. "Babbit" la the play-
cr"s nickname.
A testimonial came also from Maran
vllle' team mates, who presented him
with a sapphire scarf pin. studded with
diamonds. Leslie Mann, the Boston out
fielder, was glvene a traveling bag by
friends. Mayor John 'IT. Flwgerald of
Boston made the most of the presenta
tion speeches. Manager Ever of Chi
cago and Stalling of Boston received
obuquet.
Maranvllle played a fine fielding game
and made one single. Score:
rnneAaa. boston.
AD.K.O.X.E. Alf.H.O.A.E.
Letch, ct.... 4 1 i 0 OMtranrll, s 0 I 1 0
Bran. 26.. m 3
oss juora, n,,.
100 oonallr. If. 4
Oil oUann. cl.... I
1 0
1 1
1 2
1 s
0
1
0
4
Bchultt, rt.. 4
maun. b... 4
Mltr. lb.... 4 0 11
1 1 Ottwctner. lb. s
Mil -. If... I
0 0 0 OMrera. ;lb... 1 0 14
0 0 2 OSmlth. 'n... 4 11
1 0
0 0
Corrlden, : 1
Kuihara, e. 3
0 8 3 lWhaltnc, e., 1 0 0 0 0
DOS OlUrldtn. a.. 0 0 1 1 0
CHor, p...
Dlekaon. D.. 3 0 14 0
Totals:?.. .13 I 24 It lMcDooM .1 0 0 0 0
Tottta IT "t 37 IT "0
Batted for Whaling ln sixth.
Oiteurn 1 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 04
Boston 0 2000111-6
Two-base hit: Leach, Connolly, Mann,
Schultft. Home runs: Schulte. Lord.
Sacrifice htts: Evors, Sweeney. Double
plays: Corrlden to Ever to Baler,
Maranvllle to Sweeney to Myers. Need-
ham to Ever, Nocdham to Phclan. Left
on bases: Chicago, li Boston. 4. Bases
on ball: Off Cheney, e; ore mcKSon, 3,
Struck out: By Cheney. 4: by Dickson. 2.
Passed ball: Needham. Wild pit oh:
Dlokson. Time: 1:45. Umpires: O'Day
and Emslle.
PIRATES MAKE ' IT THREE
Itneker Hard Hit In Ttto InnlntT
Score Sis: to Three,
BROOKLYN. July 19. Bucker waa hit
hard in two Innings today, Pittsburgh
getting enough runs to make it three
straight from Brooklyn. 6 to 3, A pass,
two singles, a double and a triple sent
four visitor acroaa tho plate In th
fourth, while a. triple, a double and sin
gle added two more In the eighth. Fischer
batted for Itucker In the eighth and
Btack finished the pitching. Brooklyn
got a run ln the second, off McQuillan
on Wheat' double, Butler's fumble and
Hummcl's single. Hummel hurt hi leg
stealing second and will bd out 'of the
game for a few days. Fischer took his
place.
The locals made a dying rally' In the
ninth, a single, a' doubter and a triple
scoring two run.'
Brooklyn signed Pitcher Fred Walker
of Baltimore today. Score:
PiTTSBunan.
nnooKMrv.
AB.II.O.A.TB.
AU.H.O.A.E.
nrrns, lb... I
Csrer. II.... I
1 1 Olfortn, rt... I
4 1 OCsll.h.n. rf. 1
0 1
I i
a 0
0 0
0
Konfrar; cf 1 0
1 0 tnilibis, lb. 4 3 2
1 1 lMejtr, ..., 4 0 1
0 OWhsst. If.... I I 4
1 onsntxrt, lb. 4 0 t
UtttUr, ss... I 1
J. lltlier, lb 4 2
Wilson, rf... 4 1
Vlox. lb 4 1
1 I OSmlth, lb... 4 1
4 1 OHuismst. ss. 1 1
0 11
001
Simon, o.... I
McQulUa, pt 1 1 IFUh.r. ss... 1 1
1 0
1 1
uimr. 01 1
ToUls.. ...II U T7 1'Stentel .,.. 0 0 0
Itncstr, p.., I 01
Flsth.r .... 1 0 0 0
Stsek. p 0 0 0 0 0
Pbclps .... 1 a 0
ToUls II 10 It 13 t
Batted, for O. Miller In ninth.
flatted for Ruoker in elchth.
Butted for Black ln ninth.
Pittsburgh 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 3 06
Brooklyn 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Lett on baaea: Pittsburgh, : Brook
lyn. . Two-base hlU: Byrne, J. MJUer.
Vlox. Wheat. Smith. Throe-baBo hltat
Butler, Wilson, Fisher. Sacrifice bit:
IT
Golf is a Great- Old Game
A far green trail and a wide bluo sky,
A clean whlto pill on a velvet Ho,
And then for a cut shot dead to tho pin,
. 'And the thrill of a "three" as tho putt drops In;
As it goes klupp-klupp
In the old tin cup,
And tho score card shows that you stand two up.
Two up, nnd the old home hole ln sight
"Some game7'' you said. Some gamo is right.
But tomorrow comes with a sudden switch
Whcro you mlsa your drivo and you flub your
pitch;
Whore you thump to tho trap with a mauldin curse
And your fourth shot out is a darned sight worse;
"When you sllco the top,
When you schlaff and flop,
When you hlt the cup and the pill won't drop,
When 'you stand bIx down-with your soul aflame,
Who said this smear was a regular game?
Did anrono see -you do "ut"T
1 1
Standing of Teams
WESTERN LEAGUE.
Flayed. Won. Lost. Pet.
Denver 87
Des Moines........ 89
Lincoln 89
Omaha 91
St. Joseph 83
CO
49
46
46
44
SS
36
27
COO
39
C
45
44
61
6S
.657
.623
.DOG
.600
Topeka 81
Wichita 91
394
NATL. LEAGUE.
W.L.Pct.
AilER. LEAGUE.
W.UPct
Phlla. CI 36 .701
Cleveland .62 86 .691
Wash 49 38 .663
Chicago ....60 42 .543
Boston 41 43 .m
Detroit 37 66 . 898
New Tork..C7 G .C87j
Phlla. ....47 33 .695
Ilttsburgh 44 39 .530
Chicago ...41 41 .513
Brooklyn ..37 42 .408
Boston 30 46 .439
Bt. Lauls...3l 63 j395
St. Louis.... 37 66 . 398
New York.. 27 67. .321
NOB. LEAGUE.
W.L.Pct.
Kearney ....37 24 .007
Superior .33 25 .C03
Hastings ...83 31 .616
Promont ....33 31 .516
York SI 30 .60S
Columbus ...28 34 .453
Beatrice ....27 37 .422
Or. Island. ..25 40 .385
Cincinnati .33 M .388)
AM BR. ASS'N. I
W.L.Pct.
Milwaukee .69 37 .015
Louisville ..64 39 .681
Columbus ..61 40 .660
Mlnneaplls 44 .D27
Kan. Clty...44S.4S9
SU Paul 3 60 , 438
Toledo 39 63 .424
Indlanaplls 41 67 .413
Yesterday' IlmnlU.
nrwoiwflov TWAnlTT"
Wlchlla. 4i Lincoln, 6.
St. Joseph, 6; Sioux City, 14.
Des Moines, 6; Omaha, 4.
Topeka, 2; Denver, 6.
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Pittsburgh, 6; Brooklyn, 3.
Cincinnati. 2; Philadelphia, 3.
Chicago. 4; Boston, 6.
St. Louis, 2; New York, 0.
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
Washington, 3; St. Louis, 4.
New York, 1: Cleveland, 2. .
Boston, 1-6; Detroit, 3-2.
Philadelphia, 3-3; Chicago, 4-L
AMERICAN ABSOCIATION.
Indianapolis, 2-6: Bt Paul, 3-2.
Columbus, 2-3: Minneapolis, 9-8.
Louisville, 8: Milwaukee, S.
Toledo, 1; Kansas City, ia
Game Today.
Western League Wichita at Lincoln.
St. Joseph at Sioux City, Des Moines
at Omaha, Topeka at Denver.
.National Leairue-no arames acneauien.
American League Washington flt Chi
cago, New York at Detroit, Boston at
Cleveland, Philadelphia at St. ixiuis.
American Association Indlananollfl at
St. Paul, Columbus at Minneapolis, Laulsi
vllle at Milwaukee, Toledo at 'aKnsas
City
Nebraska, State Lenjrue lTostlntrfl at
Beatrice, Kearney at Fremont. York at
wupenor, urana jsiana at ouiumDus.
Rlmnn. First boss ort errors:- Pittsburgh.
1: Brooklyn, J- Btolen Dasesy acrey,
Butler, J, Aimer, uummei. jjoudio pioya
Dimon io iiuner iu crw km
balls: Off Rucker. 1; off Stack. 1;
Struck out: By Rucker. 2; by MoQUll
Un. 3. Hits: Off Rucker. 11 In eight
Innings: off Stock, nono in one. inninff,
Time: 1:SS Umplrea: Klem ana una.
GIANTS DEFEAT 8T. LOUIS
New YotVc Wfn n tbo Fifth Innlnar
from Cardinal.
NEW YORK, July 19.-New York tie
feated St, Louis in the fifth game of the
series by a score of 6 to 3. Marquaul
and Grlner had a pitchers battle for
four Innings, after which the champions
began to hit the St. Louis pitcher hard.
They scored two runs ln the fifth on
four singles and a sacrifice fly, added
two more In the sixth on two hits and
two passed and added a third pair ln
the seventh on throe more hit. Mar-
guard did not permit a bit In the first
five Innings, but weakenod ln the sev
enth, when Bt. Louis scored its three
runs on four hit, a base on balls- and a
sacrifice fly.
Marquard then settled down again and
held tho visitors ln the last two Innings
A catch of a foul fly by Konetchy and
Bums' hitting were the features. Score:
ST. LOUIS. NEW YOUK.
An. 11. n. A. 13. AU.H.O.A.E.
Uint. Z&... 4 0 0 1 ODuras. It... 4 S S 0 0
Ckthsn. It.. 4 3 0 0 OShtf.r. 3b... t 0 t 1 0
O'Lurr. u. 1 I I 3 OFUtchtr. bs. 3 0 S 0
wtmtMi, til n t ouorit. 2b... 4111
K'aetebr. lb 0 1 OMerklft, lb.. 4 0 6 1
Btuio. if.... 4 1 4 0 0Murrr. rt .. t 0
McLn, o..4 1 J 1 OUey.rt. a... 4 2 8 1
Mowrtr, lb. I 0 1 t lSnodint, ct 1 1 1 0
Orlaer, p.... 1 0 0 4 oUwqutrd, p 1 1 1 1
TU1.....J0 "i 24 13 "I Totals 11 12 27 10
St. Louis 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0-
New York 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 0 -
First base on errors: New York. 1
Twn.hns lilt: fathers. Fletcher. Sac
rifice files: Shafer. Konetchy. Stolen
bases: Whlttod. Murray 2), Snodgrass.
ieft on cases: new xorK, 1; nuium ..
Bases on balls: Off Marauard. 3; off
Grlner. 4. Struck out! "y,ur'Hard'T17;
by Grlner. 1. Hit by pitched ball: By
Grlner (Fletuher). PaKStd ball: Meyers.
Time: 2:10. Umpires: Brennan and
Eason.
NAPS TABS TWO OUT OF FIVE
Keating "Weaken In the Ninth nnd
Neiv 'York Lose.
CLEVELAND. July 19.-Both Oeveland
and New Tork made a stirring ninth in
ning finish ln today's game, but Keating
weakened and Cleveland soored two
run ln the last round, while New York
could get but one and Cleveland took
Xvfo out of five In tho series.
Falkenberg held New York to thr.ee
hits, two of them coming ln the ninth
Inning, when Keating' double and Creo'a
single soored New York's run. Keating
hurt his ankle ln sliding Into second ln
the ninth, but gamely finished on the
rubber. He weakened In the ninth, and
a pass to Johnston and singles by Lajolo
and Graney scored two runs for Cleve
land. Score:
CIiBVEt-AOT.
NEW TORK.
AU.H.O.A.E.
AU.H.O.A.H
rihoia. cf . . 4 1 1
Chspmsn, ss 1 1 1
Jobnitoa. lb I 011
Jscksaa, rt.. I 0 0
IaJoU, lb... 4 1 1
Turnsr, lb... 4 10
arusr, it... 4 10
Csrlsch. C. 3 11
Fslknberc p 1 1
ODsnlelt. rt.. 1
0 3
OWolt.r. ct., 1
OCT. If. 4
IKntKht. lb.. I
OPscklnps, ss 1
OHsrticlI, to. 1
OUIdkltf. lb.. 1
OOOSMtt. ... 1
OKsstln. p.. 1
0 1
1 0
0 10
0 1
0 1
1 1
0 T
1 0
ToUls... .,10 I 27 II 0 ToUls... ..t !!! It I
Two out whan winning, run scored.
Cleveland 0 00000002
New York..., 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-1
Two-base hit: Keating. Sacrifice hit:
Gosaett. Stolen base: Daniels. Double
plays: Turner to Lajole to Johnston.
PecV'tnpaugh to Hartsell to Knight
Baaea on balls: Off Falkenberg, 3: off
Keating, 4. Struck out: By Falkenberg,
6. by Keating, t. Wild pitch: Falken
berg. Left on baaea: Cleveland, (; New
York, 2. Tlmo: 1:60, Umplrea: O'Louch
Un and Ulldebrand.
HUGHES STATE GOLF CHAP
(Conttnued from Pago One.)
driving, but in attempting to make the
green on sixteen ho pulled Into the woods
far to the loft of tho course. He failed
to get out with his niblick, butHughe
jrot mixed up with the bunker, halving'
the hole in five
Hughes did not pull or slice Ills drives
as did Reynolds, but. got perfect direc
tion on almost every stroke. Hughes did
not get tho distance Reynolds dl on
drives, but ho more than made up for tho
deficiency ln accuracy and his approaches.
Hughes, although not putting very well,
was as good as Reynolds on the green.
Reynolds was distinctly off his game.
Both Reynolds and Hughe made lonir.
low drives off the first tee with perfect
direction. Hughes, made a pretty ap
proach within three feet of the hole. Ho
took, however, four to make the hole, as
did' Reynolds. Driving from the second
tee, Reynolds made a beautiful shot over
tne hill, but mode a poor approach.
Hughes missed a fifteen-foot mitt. whlth
allowed Reynolds to make it one up with
nn tour.
W. N. Bock won the match handlcat
against bogey with a scoTe of 5 ud and
ss holes. Ray Lowe was second with 3
up. Bock and Lowe tied the first 18
holes and weno f orced to play the sec
ond"'round. Championship Flight.
First ebrhter.n hnlsa. fin
Reynolds outside 446664634
Reynolds Inside 6 6,4 4 jr2 4 6 479
Hughes outside..... 455644534
Hughes Inside E4345446 679
SECOND EIGHTEEN HOLES,
iReynolds outside 4 36745444
iteynolds inside G 4 3 5 4 4 6 G '76
Huches outslde.....,4 4 5 65 4 4 36
Hughes Inside 6 4 3 4 5 3 6 6 73
FINAL ROUND.
H. B. Morrill. (H. H.) beat E. IL
Sprague (C. C.) B up and 4.
Secretary' -Fllscht.
FINAL ROUND.
R. M. Lavcrty (H. II.) beat C. W. Col-
Kins u. ana 3.
Consolation Fllht.
FINAL ROUND.
J. A. Abbott -(F.'-C.) beat J. B. Lindsay
(F. C.) 2 up and L
K. N. Bock (Ii. a) first 5"up,'36 holes.
Ray Lowo (C. C.) second 3 "up, 28 holes.
Winner , of attest. Bay .Low- tC ,CJ,
BREAK - EVEN" .WITH . THE.. 'SOX,
3Inckmcn fnlcc the- Second- Game
nnd Cliicniro the First.
CHICAGO, .July 19, A twelfth lnnlnsr
rally by Connie Slack's league . leaders
enabled them to leave Chicago today
with an even break on the series by win
ning the' second fcame. 3 ..to.l. while tho
local club took the first, 4 to 3.
J. Collins' misjudging of Baker's hit,
which went for three bases, paved the
way for the victory for the Philadel
phia ln the last inning. E. Collins had
walked and Baker's doublo put him on
third. Both Collins and Baker scored
on a double to center and gave the vis
itors the runs which clinched the game.
C. Brown, the collegian, who waa hit
hard during the opener and taken out,
asked Mack for another opportunity to
face the locals and his request was
granted. He retrieved himself by hold
ing the locals to six hits in tho twelvo
Innings.
Chicago's one run resulted from singles
by Weaver and Bodle, who batted for
Walsh, an error by Barry and a wild
Pitch. Ed Walsh started for Chicago
and retired ln favor of Bent after al
lowing four hits, one a triple by Btrunk.
This, with Barry sacrifice fly, gave
Philadelphia the first run. Benx was
wild and waa replaced by Scott, who
pitched a fine game until the twelfth.
Score:
PIIIIiADEIJ'HIA.
CHICAQO.
AD.H.O.A.E.
AD.H.O.A.K.
n-Wrnhr. rf4
OChsppels, cfl
ORstb, lb.... 1
01rl, If.. 4
B.Colllns, 2b 4
Bsksr. lb... I
Mcjnols, lb. 4
Btrunk, cf... 1
BsTTT, St.. ..'4
IPP. C 0
Scbsnc, 0..,. 1
Brown, p.... 0
01xrd. lb 1
OChue, lb... 1
OSchtlk, 0.... 1
0J. Collins, rtl
oronrnler. If. 1
OWearcr, ss.. 1
OClcotts, p.,. 3
1
liouek, p.... 1
Jiuuc-, p.. V V U V
D. Marpbx, 1 0 0 0 0
0 0 ToUls.. ,..24 I 17 11 3
ToUls 11 7 24 "7 T
Batted for Houck ln ninth.
Philadelphia 0 0010.2000-3
Chicago 2 0000 110 t
Two-baae hits: Rath. E. Collins.
Baker. Three-base hit: Chappelle. Hlta:
Off Brown. 2 In one inning; off Houck, 4
in seven Innings. Sacrifice hit: Lord.
Chase, J. Collins. Sacrifice fly: Lord.
Stolen bases: Chappelle. Lord, Schalk.
Double Play: Baker to Mclnnls to Barry,
Left on baBeB: Philadelphia, 3; Chicago.
6. Base on ablls: Off Houck, 4; off Cl
cotte, 2. Hit by pitched ball: Schalk by
Houck. Struck out? By Cicotto. 4: by
Iuck, S. Time: 2:10. Umpires: Egan
and DIneen.
Second game:
PHILAD6XPHIA. CH1CAOO.
AB.U.O.A.B, AB.H.O.A.E.'
V'lFWVi rt 1 2 0 onhsppels. et4 .0 0 -o
J. Wslib, 1(1 t 1
11 v a w UKSin, zu s
e. Collins, lb I 1 I
1 -Olonl, Ib 1
1 ODsretr, lb... 1
1 OCnsss, low.. 8
0 OScbslk, 0.... 5
4 11. Collins, rf 1
1 lFttomler, If. 4
4 OWcsTcr. ss.. 4
nker, lb... 1 1 2
Mclnnls, lb. I 1 11
Btrunk. cf... I 3 B
(Isjtt, ss.... 4 13
Lapp, o...... 4 0
Drown, p., j. (01
E. Wslsn, p 1
.ToUls...
9 vi 19 s-noais 1
Msttlck
Dsns, p...
ScoW, p..
.. 0
t 1
ToUll IS I 21 U 1
Batted for E. Walsh ln fifth.
Ran for Bodle in fifth.
Philadelphia 01000000000 23
Chicago ' 0 0001000000 0-1
Two-base hits: Fournler. Baker, Mc
lnnls. Three-base hit: Strunk. Hits:
Off H. Walsh, 4 ln five Innings; off Benx.
none In leas than one-third Inning: off
Bcott. 6 In seven lnnlnira. flerlflr hits:
J. Walsh (2), Lord. Sacrifice fly: Barry.
eioien bases: lortf. iiarry. Double play;
Rath to Weaver to Chase. Left on bases:
Philadelphia, 14; Chicago. 4. Baaea on
balls: Off E. Walsh, 3: off Brown, 2; off
Benz, 1; off Scott. 4. Hit by pitched ball:
E. Murphy by E. Walsh, ffiruok out:
By Scott. 4; by Brown. 3. Wild pltoh:
Brown. Time: 2:25, Umpires: DIneen
and Egan.
Northwestern Lesgnc.
Missoula. 2; Ogden. 13.
Bait Lake City, lj Butte. 4.
SUPERIOR LOSES BY ERRORS
Loosely Played Game Goes to Bea- JA
UlUO X1VU (41 AUICC
PITCHERS' PERFORMANCES GOOD
New 80nthpa.Tr Pitcher rinylnK rrltU
Beatrice Play Creditable Game
-Potent Furnishes Some
Excitement.
SUPERIOR, Neb., July .- Special
Telegram,) Superior lost to Beatrice to
day ln a poorly ployed game; Two orrors 1
were responsible for the defeat Gclst.
the now Bcatrlco southpaw, pitched a
good game, as well aa did Stevens.
Potect waa fined 'for back talk -and or
dered from the 'grounds. Tomorrow Su
perior will play York on the grounds
here. Bcore: , .
BEATIUCn. SUPERIOR.
. AD.H.O.A.E. AB.H.o.A.Ta.
Wister, Jb.. 6 1 1 S OPrror, is.... 4 0 0 0 1
uppin, ss,. 1.1 s uurij, 2tj.,. oil
Co, lb 3 2 11 OMelntrt, ct. f 0 0 0
illcklln, ct.. 4 0 O'O OlUteb. ct.,.. 3 10 0
Line, rt-lb. 1.1 1,0 01narth, rf4 1 6 0
llltck, c-tf.. I l'T'l' OTbelstlnf, It 4 0 1 0
Itouw, If.... 4 0 1.0 ODokewltb, lb 4 1 1 0
urtnooD, lb,l 1 1 1 ootrt, lb 4 2 0 1
roteet, c,..,l-.l .J 0 OSoheia, 0.... 1 0 9 1
Gelit, p 1 0 0 0' CStereuJ, p,. 1 0 1 1
McDotuia, p i 10 0 OSmlth, e.... 3 110
Drrett, p...,0 0 0 1 OKrnctt, 1 10 0
ToUls 19 27 0 ToUls 34 I 17 10 3
Beatrice 1 1 0 O 0 2 0 1 05
Superior -...0 0 0 1 0 0. 1 1 03
Homo run: Potect. Two-bdae hits:
McDonald, Brannon, Obst. Landreth,
Kynett. Struck out: By Gclst, 3; by lie
Donald, 6;- by Stevens. 7. Bases on
balls: Off Gelst, 2; off McDonald, lj ofr
Bteyens. 2. Btolen bases :Wlsser, Land
reth. Sacrifice hits :IIlcklln. Everett.
Stevens, Umpire: ulgley.
YORK SCORES IN THE TENTH
IlnstlnKN okc In Spite of Fortmnn'n
Timely Home Ilun.
HASTINGS, Neb., July l.-(Speclat"
Telegram.) Fortman put Hnstjrigs ahead
wiui a nome run with tho bases full In
the fourth, but errors let York tie tho
count in the eighth. Two. hits and a poke
to Smalt's ribs gave York the win
ning run ln the tenth, Hastings lostne
after winning six sstralght game. York
used four pitchers. Scorfi:
YOItlt JIASTIN03.
AD.H.O.A.E. AB.U.O.A.B,
Itlee, lb 1 2 1 ODetMold, rt . 4 1 0 0 0
Msttlcks. 2b 6
2 1
0 OFortmiD, lb S 1 4 11
0 1 Dennett, ct.. 4 0 110
0 OTtcke, lb.... S 1 1 1 0
t OtUrown. s... 2 10 4 4
0 IFfrestlne, lb 4 1 1 0 0
2 lMcCs.be, ct., 4 0 0 0 .4
0 ORlchirata, 0 4 1110
1 OStone, p,..' 3 1110
1 OlUler, p 1 0. 0 0-0
1 0
0 0 Totals 1 I 10 II 6
Ctuse. lb... 4
1 It
CUrke. ... 3
Msmq'lit. is 3
1 0
1 1
0 4
Ilie, ct.... 2
iluWer, rf-p 4
Btnltbson. p. 1
Ercrdon, p.. 0
1 0
0,0
00
Drawn, c... 4
0 4
WlllUms. p. 1
Srastt, rf.... 4
0 0
0 1
TOUU 11 11 10 II 3
7""k 0 0 3 2 1 0 0 2 0 2 S
Ilastlngs 0 12400 000 0-7
Home runs: Fortman, Mattlcks. Stolen
bases: Clarke, Bennett. Firestlne, Tacke.
Double plays; Richardson to Fortman to
Tacke; Forttnnn to Brown to Tacke!
Brown to Richardson to Tacke. Bases
on balls: Off Stone. 4; off Relly, 2: off
Wlllams. 1; off Mulvoy, 2; off Smlthson,
2; off Evordon, 2. Struck out: By Btone,
2; by Riley, 4: by Mulvey. 1 by Smiths
son, 3. Balk: Smlthson. Umpire. Pontius.
FREMONT TAKES CLOSE. GAME
Two Runa in the Eighth Make It '
Third StrntKht.
FREMONT, Neb., July 19, Special
Telegram.) In another well-played gamol,
Fremont defeated Grand Island for the'
third Htrnicrht limn li tViA ,..m e a
2. While tho locals wero slightly out- ft
hit. theV Cnnnectod Wit hlVin hnll nt nrvl r
portune times and Wetzel' terrSfla
smash over tho .fence with one on '
clinched the. game. The pitching of bothj '
Cox and Routt was of the highest order.
Shortstop Wallace, late of the Omaha
Western league team, appeared ln the1
Pathfinders' lineup and acquitted hlnn
self creditably. Score: v
GRAND ISLAND. FREMONT.
AD.H.O.A.E. An.H.O.A.n '
Smith, lb... 4 12 1 OTurpIn, lf.M 1 1 1 0. i
Dsrrr. ss.... 3
oil lweicn, ib... 4 1 1 z s
Dlsti, c I
ScaonoTr, cf 4
Farley, lb... 1
Sralier, If,,, 4
Wsrd, lb.,,. 4
Lescb, rt..., 4
Cox, p 3
McCullo'xh 1
0 4 4 OWct '. cf.,. 4 3 4 0 0
2 0 0 CHeL , lb... 4 1 12 1 0
1 11 1 IRcli, lb 10 2 10
110 OWsllace. is,. 2 0 0- 2 0
110 INclf. rf 10 10 0
10 1 OStince, c.. 2. 1 1 & l'
10 1 ORoutt, p.... 10 0 10
0 0 0 0
ToUls 21 mil 1
Totsl 12 14 14 1 ,
McCollough batted for Cox in ninth. '
Grand Island 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 13
Fremont 0 1100002 4
Two-base lilts: Smith, Schdonover.
Three-base hit: Stan sc. Home run:
Wetzel. Stolen bases: Turpln, Dletz.
Doublo plays: Smith to Farley; Welch
to Henry. Bases on balls: Off oCx, 2;
off Routt, 3. Struck out: By Cox, 7;
by Routt, 6, Passed ball: Diets. Time:
1;60. Umpire: Freest).
KEARNEY 0UTBATS COLUMBUS
Discoverer Are Defeated by Bcore
of Ela-ht to Three. ,
COLUMBUS, Neb., July 19.(SpeclaI V
Telegram.) Gearney won a. swatfest, 3
to 3. Thelman struck out eight men nndj.
pitched a good game until the ninth, but'
his suggort was of the ragged order. The
locals played like winners till they lost t
tho lead. Score:
KEARKTOr. COLUMBU8.
AD.H.O.A.E. AD.H,O.A.B.
MaXntf't. lfl 1 1 0 ORondesn, Sbl 1 0 )1 '
Sjrnck. lb.,.S 2 11 lPoopIes, 2b.. I 1 1 1 1,"
Acock. 2b.... 1 2 11 OSmjth, cf... 4 2 10 0
Herrlott, lb. 1 1 10 1 lCrsn, It..,.. 4 1 1 e 0
Schneren, eft 1 0 1 OTUmser. O.. 4 0 10 0 0' '
Orsr. o. llll IDttl, lb,...'. 1 2 11 0 0
Woodruff. ssS 1 1 4 OAdstns, ss... 1 1 0 1 1 ;
Erlckson, rt. 4 0 1 1 OKrsnlngr, rt 2 0 1 0 0
Wrlfbi. p... 4 0 0 1 OTbetmsn, p.. 1 0 0 I 0
3 ' IleM 1 0 0 0
ToUls 17 11 27 17 1 :.
Totals 14 1 14 I -
Batted for Thelman in the ninth.
KearriSy 0 00220103-3
Columbus 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0-3
Earned runs: Kearney, 4; Columbus. 2.
Stolen bases: Synek, Deal. Sacrifice hits: I
Accok, .Adams. Sacrifice files: Herrlott,
Schueren. Two-base hits: Woodruff, Peo
ples. Base hits: Off Wright, 9; off Thel
man. 12. Struck out: By Wright. 7; by v
Thelman. 9. First base on ball; Off
Wright. 3;off Thelman, 2. Hit by pitched UP
V, 11 . T.. M'.l r,V. . 1 rt T- .. . .....
Gray. Time: 2:60. Umpire: Myers.
Ulnomer Beat P0II4.
POLK, Neb., July 19. (Special Teles ,
gram.) Polk lost to the Boston Bloomers
ln an exciting game today by a score of
7 to 9. With two on bases and two down
Polk's right fielder knocked a two-bagger
In the eighth, but he was called' out for
not touching tho first sack.
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The Motorcycle Man.
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Omaha, Neb.
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