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THE BEE; OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1913.
JOBBERS OVERCOME JOSIES Wichita Holds- Two-Run lead in featureless Contest Mutt Knew He Did'nt Deserve Anything Like That -:- Drawn for The Bee by "Bud" Fisher ID MANY HITS, BUT FEW RUNS Bach Bide Manages to Find Hall, bnt Support 'Sufficient tn- Check mnte Adrantaire Given Kxcept In Sixth. - ., ' ST. JOSEPH. Mo., Sept. , 16. Wichita defeated BU Joesph in a slow and unin teresting game. Hits were frequent, but came In opportune momenta for both team. Score: "WICHITA. AR R. H. O. A. Rapp, r S 0 0 0 3 Mcholson. If 4 0 1 3, O E. 0 -0 0 Mlddleion. cr.. & aiughes, lb 3 Bills, rf 4 Hurke, 2b 4 Smith, 3b...' 4 Wacob. c 4 3 1 0 3 0 1 4 3 3 . i 0 1 11 1 1 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 Durham, p... ........ 4 ......j 3 13 Totali.... .J. .'...37 4 13 "37 ST. JOSEPH. AD. Jt. If. O. A. It. iDawton. rf '3 , n 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 Kelly, if 40000 Westerxil, 3b 4 2 2 1 2 ZwitlinK. Cf 2 0 0 2 0 Gygil, lb 4 0 2. 9 3 KoppW. 2b 3 0 2 4 1 Watson .1 0 0' 0 0 flchang. c J 3 o 0-6-3 Sterxer 1 00 0 w 0 Metnkc, as 3 0 0 2 3 Qullan 1 0 0 0 0 Bell. P 3 0 1 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Total 22 2 9. 27 16 1 Bolted for Kocpplng In ninth. Batted forr Schang In ninth. Batted for MelnKe In ninth. tVlchlta 010002010-1 6t Joseph 00010100 03 Earned runs: Wichita. 4; St. Joseph, 2. Left on bases: St. Joseph, 6 Wichita, 8. Three-base hits: Burke, Westerzll. Two. base hits; Bell, Bills. Stolen basest aygll. Hughes, Burko. Struck out: By ell, 3, by DUrham. 6. Daio on balls: Off Bell. 1. Sacrifice hits! willing, Hughes, bacrlfica fly: Zwtlllng. Hltby pitched ball: By Durham, Dawson. Time: 1.40. Umpires: Castle and Griffith. A, Taylor Wins the . MiUer Park Golf Club Championship A. Taylor -won tho Bolt championship ot the Miller Park club by defeating It. Taylor In the final round. A. Taylor was too much for R. Taylor, although both played vtry clover golf. A. Taylor played a steady, consistent game, making drives and putts alike, while Tl. Taylor showed a propensity toward slicing and hooking his drives. J. McTaggart, who manages to wn at least one price each year, grabbed the Brownlng-Klng cup with case. McTag gart went 'after the cup with a vim, and the rest of the participants decided it would be useless to try 'to beat tho Scotchman. The scml-finals wero reached in the eighteerf-hols handicap match play against bogey for the Partridge-Thomson prise, when F. C. titocklng wltti & han dlcap of 6, turned In the beat scoro, 2 down. J. K. Merrlam, who was forced to fight the colonel without the assistance ofca handicap, played the best golf, but could only turn in a 5 down, Next Saturday the elmhtcen-holo handi cap medal play for tho V. K. Rudolph prlM will begin. On.. Saturday evening the Golf and CricHet clubs w(ll also give an entertainment' on thb"pavlll6 of the club. Qualifying scores and pairing for the Partridge-Thomson prise follow: F, C. Stocking 63 down L. & aiiiifpic. ,...12-2 down Ia L. Hamlin ,.,......,.....18-3 doWn K. 8. Keer -..,...104 down, J. K. Merrlam,.....,. 0-8 down E. M. Tracy,., 75 down W. Shields ,... 55 down K. E. Rudolph........ 143 down Stocking plays Merrlam. Shields plays Hamlin. Gllllsplo plays Tracy. Rudolph plays. Kerr, Good Time Made at Races at Interstate Fair at Sioux City SIOUX CITY. Ja., Sept li-Good, time was made In tho races at the interstate fair today. In the half-mile running a new state record for a haK-mlle track was made. Summary: Trotting. 2:3 class., purse 31. OM: Battle, first;; Hlxle Medium, second: Peler Dallas, third;'' Annie Allendale, fourth. Best time, 2:lV. Pacta, 2:38- class, purse K00: Cover, first: Seal,' second; Gay Amerlcus. third; Manilla M., fourth. Rest time, '2:1X. Running, six furlongs, purse 5: Elsie Knight first; Mettle Ueraud, second; Georgia, Shand. third, -Gosstper the Bec orid. Mosetta, Pish Tush, Personality and Shtlelah also run. Time, 1:16H. Runnln, half-mile, purse $100: Martin Chavlg, first; Yankee I'oo, second: Queen of Diamond 9, third. Jack Lamar, Little Kff and Dixie Gem also ran. Time, 0:43 54. TOPEKA OPENS THREE GAME SERIES HERE TODAY Omnh will open up a three-game series with Topeka today at Rourke park. This will be the last series ot the season with the Kaws, and the Rourkea are de sirous ot making a clean sweep of the eeries. Following tho Kaws Wichita will come for four games, two games of which will be played on Sunday. Denver fol lows WlchlU for the last games of tho season on the home grounds. Following the Denver series Omaha will go on the road and finish the season. Following Is the lineup In the Topeka eeries: OMAHA. TOPKKA. Kase.,.., First Koerner Bchlpke.,..,. ...... Second McLarry Orubb...., Third , .Cochran Justice...; Rhort Smith Coyle ........Left Rspps Thomsson ?". Blnglelon Congalton Right Forsythe FEAR EXPRESSED KIRK MAY NOT COME BACK JOWiA CITY. la., Sept 16.-(Bpectal.-t'nable to get any word from Kirk, the Wg tackle, who has been relied upon to form one of the mainstays of the Iowa Una this season, local foot boll authorities are leglunlnc to fear, that he wi:i not be In the Hawkey lineup this fait No word has been received from Kirk for over ft month, either by friends la this city or by the foot ball authorities. Captain Mo. Glnsls ha male repeated: efforts to cfet In touch with Kirk, who has been relied upon to do Ui punting for the Hawkeyes this fall Jt was known last spring that then waa a possibility that Klrlt might not return, but. this wa not gWen much weight until Bw, I Hew A bast thn Jtestf George E. Phalr in the- New Tork Ajaancan wrenmcsuj' remarks: .a base baB jwsafee Inferws us that the Athletics are wxar ttmn tttey were last year. TSrte Hawt nt to suanect that the rt of the twn la the American league Are sutieriBf irom pftnuysi.-- t, ( xve aoiTvMR.tTTeN - . fcs) X it5 csT flj Sweuc on&. x showed f Kt tTANOoOTsiok J A song-, cay cove ) r&J J vtffsS T To eOOlG fv0eN fHT3 ' ' HiS DOJR. SttO 5IM6 I SIN& To 5, ... WHefcel.c : Go 'fcSSSH H6 SMOir.WAVGRY. ' . IT N0'46S-IP IT ffl Pofcou ' ThINK Qp JPH T'uu So Now VHD 'i fASries f HT tSsSif I G WiVR- I t Wcxndsr. Oost Ttiou if!1 l IT OUT ONI fvjTT "Vw .' 3 . Vjy J J. yJ S'S iicz, k iBi Jlili wB ife HURLERS' DUEL TO JOHNSON Washington PUoher in Great Battlo with Joe Benz. WEAVER SCORES SOX' ONE HUN Ojhs wHh SlHgle, Steals fire ft nail Third anil Comes In tyheH Chnae Singles Ills Field. : Ing Bcnsatlenal. WASHINGTON. Sent. 16.-Vattcr John. son and1 Joo.liens engaged in a great pitchers', battle here today, the" former being the victor.. Chicago took one lead in tho opening Inning and It was not until two were out In tho seventh that Wash ington lilt Bens safely and tied the score. Weaver scored Chlcago a only run. Ho opened with a single, stoU second and third nnd scored when Chose singled. Hens pitched sterling ball throughout. Until tho seventh Inning the only man who had reached first base was Johnron, who got tliero when Easterly let tho third strike get away from him. With two out in the seventh Gondii doubled and scored on Morgan's thlplo. In tho ninth Milan opened with a single, stole second, whent to third on an out nnd scared when Spencer, a recruit, dropped a Texas leaguer 'to short loft field. Gondii and Morgan hud been passed purposely to get to the youngster. Ths fielding of Weaver was sensational aud was easily tho feature of tho game. Score: CHICAOO. WASIIINQTOK. All.lt. O. A. E. AD.1I.O.A.E. WttTtr. si. 4.U I . OMMlltr Tfv 0 1 0 1 Lord. lb.... 4 0 10 oiflltn. tt'.S i 10 0 0 Collin, rf . 4 1 1 0 orotter. Sb., 4 4 1 0 Chs, lb... 4 HI 0 OOtndll. lb.. I I I t I tKwn, cr... 1 1 0 oMorun, id, 1 1 1 1 u CtWDDOIl. It 4 0 1 1 OAlturoltb. 0. 4 1 is 0 1 Kiiurlr. c.'J 17 0 OApannr. It.. 4Z2O0 Ktnter. tb.. i 0 t 1 oMtKrld. . 1 0 0 J 0 Utut. p 1,0 0 3 OHoliHon. p. 1 . 0 0 3 0 Totu.....u "i 7 TotsU.....a "e n "? "s Two out when winning run scored. Chicago 1 0000000 0-1 Washington 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1-; Two.base hits: Collins. Gaud 11. Three- base hit: Morgan, Stolen, basest Mllair, weaver (I). Left on bases: Chlcaeo. 6: Washington, 8, Bases on balls: Off Bens. 3. Struck out: By Bens, 7; by Johnson, It assed ball: Kasterly. Time: 1:40. Umpires: Dlneen and Egan. Naps Lose W Mncknien. PHILADKLPHIA. SeDt. 16.-In a lnno- drawn-out game Philadelphia defeated Cleveland today In ten Innings, 8 to -7. Mclnnls, who led both teums at bat wllh A triple a double and two singles In five times up. scored the winning tallyon his two-bagger and Walsh's single. After three Innings ot good twirling, Shawkey nnd Bteen begun to weaken, Shawkey was taken out After pitching five innings, with Cleveland ahead, by S to 1 Pennock disposed of the first two batsmen In the sixth and then forced In a run by gilvng iuur lasses. iioucK iimsnea the gnmo with a single, sending In another tally. Pennock Cltt-hed four lnntnira nnrt .11.1 nni allow a hit. Bieen was taken out in 'the sixth after giving three passes and being mi sinb'ie wnicn yieiaea one run and left the bases filled when James went to the rescue. A SlnElo bv Ttarrv ent In nn. run two more runners scored when Schnng's third strike got away from O'Nell. Hurry Davis batted for Houck and his double sent In the tyelng run. Cullop then went to the rubber and had a battle with Plank until the tenth Inning. Two odd double Plays were made. Turner started one by ?p of a grounder and finished It by mRklng the second put out at second base Collins also started and finished a double j..ojr r rauiiin; tiiopman s liner with the bases filled. Score: etEVRaND. . PHILADELPHIA. All II H 1 V snisnaM Ltfboll ct. 3 0 1 0 ORMurpt Tt 4 0 O 0 0 Cbapmta. u C 1 1 4 OOltrUs, II.. I t i m JlCkaOO. rf. I S 1 0 IKlrunk rf Ltlolt, tb.. 4 OS 8 Djillltu, ID.!, 4 J S 4 0 -uuiiavJU. 4 v 11 b.Kfr. lb... S D 1 2 0 Turttfr. lb.. 4 12 4 OMcIdiiU, lb. 1 4 It 0 0 0NfU. ... 2 112 JlUrrr. M... 2 2 2 4 0 Uro. p... 0 0 0 0 08hik'r. p! 0 0 1 0 VUllop. p.., toil OltnpMk, p. 9 t 0 0 0 liouc. p... 0 0 0 0 0 Tottl. 11 niT l?luk. p.... 1 0 S 1 0 (Ottey 1 t 0 0 Uli 1 1 0 0 orr. t 0 e y ' TeUli.... U 10 JO 140 Batted for Shawkey In seventh. Batted for Houck In sixth, Ran for Davis in sixth. None out wh?n winning run scored. Cleveland 0 00Z8SO0O 0-7 Philadelphia ....0 00306000 1-8 Two-base hlU: Turner, Davis, Molnnls. Three-base hits: Collins, Mclnnls. Home run: Jackson. Hits: Off Steen. 6 In five Innings (none.out In sixth): off James, 2 in one-inira inning, ok vunop. s in litres and two-thirds innings (none out In i tenth); off Shawkey, 6 In five Innings; off Ponnpck, none In two-thirds Inning; off Houck, 1 In ono and one-third Inhlngs; off Plank,; none In four Innings. Sacrifice hits: Walsh, Shawkey, Strunk, Johnston. Stolen bases: Jackson, Johnston (2), qranoy, D.N'clll. Collln, Walsh. Double ploys: Turner to Lajolo to Chapman to Turner, Collins to Barry to Collins. Loft on bases. Cleveland, 6; Philadelphia, 7, Bases on balls: Off Steen, S; off Cullop, ; off Shawkey, 3; off Pennock, 4; off Plank. 2. Hit by pitched ball: By Shawkey, Johnston. Struck out: By Stcon, 1; by James, 1; by Cullop, 2: by Shawkey, 2: by Ponnock. 1: by Plank. I Passed ball: Schang. Wild pitch: Cullop. Time: 2:65. Umpires: Connolly and Lvans. Tigers Stop CaldTrell. to?,ENIJPIHC?ept- "-Dotrolt vron Its last game of the season here todoy, h"ob.y "S"'"? the season's series with Now York. Tho score was 4 to S. Jen nings team stopped Caldwell, who had iWi??i. .? tn,lh Komes. by bunching hits in the second and eighth Innings. Dc'folt scored two runs in the second on Gibson's pass, Onslow's double and ;0.u.dn 8 "'ne1". New York tied In tho (?irii?. on .?!nPlc" y Whlteman nnd KnlCTt, a hit batstnah nnd a high throw uy uiuson, the second run coming over i" doublo play. Detroit .won In the eighth on two posses, two hits and Vouch s sacrifice fly, which netted two runs. New York got one back in its half, tho eighth, when 'Williams walked and JV'Kht m hit. fJllhooIey'e single scored Williams. Onslow's hand was ""rt In the ninth inning trying to field Ildlden's single and he had to retire. Scoro: DBTnOIT. NEW YOtlK. A II. ll.O. A. B. AD.II.O.A.E. llunh, .... 114 2 sMaUel. lb, .2 1 0 2 0 Iltunvan, lb. 4 1 1 Crtwtonl. rf 1 0 1 Cobb, ct J 1 0 nun, ir.... 2 0 0 Vouch, If... 0 0 0 Othaon, e... J 0 4 Olow, lb.. 4 2 11 (Ulnar, lb.. 0 0 1 2 Olloldea. ct., I 3 1 0 0 0 OARiltamn. If B 3 3 0 0 0 tWIIIIama. lb 3 0 0 0 0 (-Knlsht. tb.. 2. 1 2 2 0 0 cWiemir .-. 1 0 0 0 0 0 Sl'wUnpj, as 3 1 3 1 0 0 lAIInrtiall ... 1 liO 0 0 0 (iCeldtr. u... 0000 t OPouatt, e., 2 0 T 2 0 1 u-WoIttr .... 1 0 0 00 uuaan, 9p. 4 1 1 uauaa, p.... 3 q .HiimnMi. . a n 1 1 a Totila 4 27 17 SCaiarll. p. 4 1 0 2 0 1 To4ala....,lTI 27 U 0 Batted for Knight In ninth Inning. Batted for Pecklnpnugh In eighth. Batted for Qossett In eighth. Detroit 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 3 0-4 Now York 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 03 Two-base hits: Onalnw. Ilaumnn. Karri. flee fly: Veach. Htoien baaen: .nuhnnlnv. Caldwell, Whlteman. Cobb, Malsel. Left on tases: Detroit. 6; New ' York, 12. Double plays: odssctt to Pecklnpagh. Bush f Onslow. Bases on balls: Off Caldwell, 6; off Dauss. 4. Struck out: By Caldwell, 7; by Dauss. S. Hit by pitched ball: By Dauss, Williams and Knight Time: 2:12. Umpires: Ferguson nnd Sher idan, lied Sox Trim Browns. BOSTON. Sent. 18.Tlntrn, ilnfMlul Kt Louis, 5 to 4. today in the final game of the season between thn torn tnm Th visitors mado a hard fight for the game on account of their proximity to last place, but were unsuccessful. Williams stole home In the eighth inning and tied iu bluio ni eacn. onouen lea on in the ninth with a triple nnd after Austin had been thrown out bv Wanner tried to scoro when Pratt drovo a fast grounder to Yerkes. A perfect thrown retired Bhottcn at the Plato. After two were out In Boston's halt ot the final Inning, Hooper walked and advanced to second on Kngle's Infield hit. Both men moved up on a wild Pitch and Hooper came home with the winning run when bheaper urove a liner past uaienti. Score: ST. LOl'IS. , D08TON. AB.ll.O.A.EMtoOMr. rf.. 2 0 vO C I Shottoa. cf. 2 2 3 0 nKngU. lb... 2 1110 0 Auntn, jd.. i i i psiwikar, it. a J I i l'rutt. Jb... J 111 OLavla. It... 231 Walktr. It., t 1 0 0 iauilocr. Sb. 3.1 4 2 Wllllama. rt 2 0 1 0 tT.rila. lb.. 2 1 4 2 eornttoo lb 1 111 1 awagnar. u.. 4 1 f Baltntt, a.. 3 0 0 2 lThomaa. e. 2 ft 2 4 Aanev. e. .. 4 3 3 I OCmdr. 10 11 Taylor, p. . 10 14 l4)ediant. p.. 3 0 0 1 t ToUla 10 1 "i Totala.....li"2 2tI" Winning run scored with two out St Louis 2 00100010-4 Boston 1 0200100 1-6 . Two-base hits: Pratt Speaker. Three base hits: Shotten (2), Gardner. Sacrifice hits: Walker. Austin. Covington. Bedlent. Oardner. Stolen bases; Austin, Shotten (2), Agnew tsi, Williams, uoume piay: uai enti to Pratt to Covington. Left on bases: St. Louis, 9; Boston. 8. Bases on balls: Oft' Taylor. 6; off Bedlent, 6. First on errors: Boston, 1 Hit by pitched ball; BalentL Struck out: By Taylor, 1; by Bedlent. 4. Passed ball: Thomas. Wild pitch: Taylor. Time; 3:15. Umpires: Hllde- u: rand and O'Loughlln. Rain Halts Game. CHICAGO, Sept 14. Rain prevented to day the final game ot the season between the New York and Chicago clubs In this city. Tho teams hod fought four innings on even terms, with two leading pitchers of the National league, Demareo and Humphries, pitted against each other. At the start of the fifth inning a shower cam-up and Umpire Idem, after a few minutes' inspection, declared the game "no contest" May Go to Neur Yorlc. In Cincinnati it l bollevert that Second Baceman Dick Kgan will next year be tounu wun i nance s rew xoriia. Standing of Teams WEST. LEAGUE. W.L.Pet NAT. LEAGUE. W.UPct New York...91 41 .669 PhlladelphlaSO 50 .616 Chicago 78 60 .605 Pittsburgh .72 63 .525 Boston ,....'.58 75 .436 Brooklyn ...59 75 .440 Cincinnati ..60 S3 .420 St Louis 48 94 .333 AMER. LEAGUE. W.L-Pct. Philadelphia) 48 .650 DenVcr 94 65 .6311 JJCS .MOlnes.83 60 .K7I Lincoln ....80 71..630 HI. Joseph..74 74 .KWj Omaha 72 78 .4S0 Topeka 71 78 .477 Sioux City ,.63 84 .436 Wicnita ....53 92 .391 AMBR. ASSN. W.L.PCL Milwaukee .89 60 .&97 Minneapolis 63 ,S93I Claveland ...81 59 .578 Columbus ..87 67 .665 Washlngton.79 69 .672 Louisville ..83.67 .632' St Paul... .72 80.474 Boston-. .... .7L 64 .526. Chicago .....72.69 .611 Detroit 60 78 .435 St. Louis. ...62 90 .367 New York... 49 86 363 Toledo 64 90 .416 Kan. City. .62 90 .409 indianaplls.00 93 .395 Yesterday's Results. WESTERN LEAGUE, Wichita. 4; St. Joseph, 2. Sioux Clty-Llncoln; postponed, rain. NATIONAL LEAGUE. Philadelphia, S-4; -Cincinnati. 4-0. Brooklyn-St. Louis; postponed. New York. 0; Chicago, 0; game called end of fourth. Boston-Pittsburgh, postponed rain. AMERICAN, LEAGUE. Chicago, 1; Washington, 2. St. Louis. 4; Boston, 5. Detroit. 4; New York, 3. Cleveland. 7: Philadelphia. 8: ten In. nlngs. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. Loulsvllie-St. Paul; postponed. Indlanapols-MUwaukee; postponed." Toledo. 17-8: Kansas City, fcZ. Columbus, 7; Minneapolis, 0. anmca Today. Western Left cue Danv Lincoln at St. Joseph; Wichita at Dee Moines; Topeka nt Omaha. jMationai LeagueBoston at Chicago: Brooklyn at Cincinnati! N vn,v at Louis; Philadelphia at Pittsburgh. American League Chicago at New Y.or,k,! Loula at Philadelphia; Detroit at Washington; Cleveland at Boston." American Association Louisville at St Paul. Indlanaoolls at Mliwnui:,.. ti "Kansas Cty; Columbus nt Mlnneapo- Game Forfeited to Giants to Be Finished CINCINNATI, O., Sept. 18.-The board of directors of the National league to night ordered the game that was ployed between the New York and Philadelphia National league clubs on August 30 bo finished on October 3 with the same men In the field and the same status ex slstlng that exslsted on the day Umpire Brennan awarded tho game toNew York on tho ground that spectators were In terfering with the batters. COUNSEL SAYS JOHNSON COMING BACK TO CHICAGO CHICAGO, Sept 1 6. Jack Johnson. Champion heavyweight prize fighter, will return to Chicago from Prance when his appeal from a conviction under the Mann white slave act is to be heard, ac cording to Benjamin. Bachrach. Johnson's attorney. Bachrach and Assistant Dis trict Attorney Harry Parkin argued be fore Federal Judge Carpenter oday on the question of the proper form for a bill of exceptions on which Johnson's ap peal Is based. Johnson's trial on the Milwaukee counts ot his Indictments under the Mann act is set for the middle of October. No date has been Set for the hearing of the care before the court of appeals. Iteferre Stops Boat. RACINE, Wis., Sept 1.-Referee Louis '"ey topped the Mickey Sheridan Charlie White bout here tonight In the second round of a scheduled ten-round affair after Sheridan had risen from the canvaa In a helpless condition. Twcstr Out tor Practice. COLUMBUS. Mo., Sept 16. -Twenty gridiron prospects were out for the first foot ball practice ot the season nt the University of Missouri today. Six vet '"". are back. New Assistant Coach Schulte had charge of .the men. Opposed to' Lynch, From the west comes a report that Joe O'Brien ot Milwaukee, the 1912 secretary of the New York eb. will be a eandl date against Thomas J Lynch for the National league presidency 1 1 1 r .mi 'f 1 I,, i r1'" i" Mt."yK r .? pi. i ijs 1 r, . . 1"" 1 HK.it i REDS AND PHILLIES DIVIDE Cincinnati Captures First Game of Doable-Header, 4 to 3. . . SECOND GOES SIX nmiNQS Began la Drilling Rata " and is Called Because of Darkness rrltb Visitors Leading, Font- to Nothing. CINCINNATI, Sept 16. Philadelphia and Cincinnati broke even in a double header today, tho locals winning the first game, 4 to 3, and Philadelphia cap turing the second, which went six Innings, 4 to 0. The second game was begun In a drizzling rain and was called at the ond of tho"1 sixth on account of darkness. In the opening struggle honors were even up to tho eghth Inning when Phila delphia, mainly through Johnson's wild ness, managed to squeeze a run over the plate on two base on balls nnd a single. This put the score at 3 to 2 In Phila delphia's . favor. ' In the ninth, however, with a slippery ball to handle, Seaton lost control, He walked three men and then Groh poked a ball into deep left, which Mageo misjudged, scoring Berghammer with the tyng run and Packard wth the wnnng run. In tho second game, Meyer was ef fective at all stages, while Robertson, a recruit from Savannah, Go., had one bad inning, the third. In that session Knobs walked, Becker singled and Lobert popped to the outfield.' Magee walked, filling the bases, and Cravath's double scored all three men. Xuderus' single brought in Cravath. Score, first game: PIIIIJIDEU1ISA. CINCINNATI. AD.II.O.A.E.Bcbtr, It.. 4 12 KMbe. tb.. 4 0 U OBatja, rf.. 2 Uackar, cf.. 2 l'l 0 COrob. lb.... t Lobert lb.. 110 0 OWlcklana ct 1 Mum.4 lf.if.l 0 2 0 lHoblltMl lb 1 CrTth. vf. 1 1 0 0 OTfn. m.. 2 Luderu. lb. 4 1 13 1 goi.' Doolan. 2 1 2 .2 0Kihi. e.... 2 KUIItar. C..-2 1 1 .0,n' a.. inn n... 1 a 1 2 0Clark 0 Bergbatar, rf 0 Tolala 10 'M IS lTackart ... ooo (Totala S 27 H Batted for Johnson 'in the ninth. Ran for Kling In the ninth. Ran for Clarke In the ninth. Two out when winning run scored. Philadelphia 0 0 0,0 1 1 0 1 0-3 Cincinnati 0 0 1' 0 1 0 0 0 2-4 Two-base hits: Kllllfer. Groh. Three base hit: Becker. Sacrifice hit:, Johnson. Stolen bases: Bcscher, Bates, Cravath, Berghammer. Left on bases: Philadel phia. 4; Cincinnati, 9. Bases on balls: Off Seaton, 9; off Johnson, 4. Struck opt: by Seaton, 4; by Joh.in. 1. Time: 2:07. Umpired: Brennan and Eason. Score, second game; PHILADELPHIA. CINCINNATI. AB.H.O.A E. . AB.H.O.A.E. Xnabe. lb... J 2 1 ORaKhar. If.. 3 1 1 0 Hacker, cf.. 1 2 10 onatm. rr... 1 0 Lobert, lb.. 3 1 1 4 OOroh. zb.... 1 0 MllH It... I 0 2 0 OWlcklana ct 2 1 Craratb, rf. 2 1 1 WobllUal. lb 2 1 LudarUa. lb. 3 1 . 1 rKtaa. as.... 2 1 Doolaa. -ee.. 3 0 0 3 roda. lb.. 3 1 Burna. c.... 3 0 2 0 Vlark, e 2 0 IJaicr, p... 3 10 0 illlobectaon. pi 0 2 0 0 12 0 2 0 TOO 14 0 0 0 0 1 1. 0 1 0 Totali 5 It TO "o ToUla H 111 I I Called on account of darkness. Philadelphia 0 0 4 0 0 0-4 Clnclnnaotl 0 0 0 0 Q 0-0 Two-base hits: Cravath, Hoblltzel. Double ploys: Egan to .Hoblltzel.. Left on bases: Philadelphia, 6;, Cincinnati. 4. Bases on balls: Off Roberts. 1. Struck out: By Mayer, 2; by Robertson, L Time: 1:12. -Umpires: Eason and Brennan. American Association Results. At Kansas City-First game; K-H.E. Toledo "2i J Kansas City 1 8 Batteries: Toledo, Collagre and De-. veght; Kansas City, Lange. Riley and Moore. Score, second game: IH.L- Toltdo 8 if 1 Kansas City 8 3 Batteries: Toledo. Benn and Bassler; Kansas City, Covington and O'Connor. At Minneapolis: R.H.E. Columbus 7 1 8 Minneapolis 0 8 6 Batteries; Columbus, Cole and Coleman: Minneapolis, Patterson, MogridgA and Owens. Farrell Not Stingy. Frank Farrell is still opening his purse strings at regular Intervals, and If ' he misses any minor league stars tt Is not his fault. The New York owner has stopped fooling with the cheap trash; and has Invested a small fortune In MaUeU Gtlhooley and Mcllale. If ever a club owner deserves a winner tt Is Frank. Fnrrell. 'No manager could ever accuse him of stinginess. H'GRAW GETS ICK JOHNSON Big Catcher of the Omaha Team to Become a Giant NIEH0ET GOES TO THE BEDS And Daaty Rhodes Is Drnirn by Con nie Mack to Help Ont the Phil adelphia American Leagne Pitching Staff. Hickory Johnson, first string catcher for the Rourkea for two' years, his been drafted by the New. York Giants. It Is the first line Hick has-been lucky enough to get a chance with the big leagues, although he has been" sought by tho draft for three years. .Last year tho Boston' Nationals put a draft In for him, but Mark Hall was the lucky man iA went to the Detroit club, where he has made good. To many the draft of Johnson by the Giants Is a surprise. Johnson was drafted through the Instrumentality of Dick Klnsella, scout for John McGraw'a bunch. When Klnsella was In Omaha he had no praise for Johnson and from his talk it would be Inferred that Hickory was nothing more than a Close A catcher. It will be remembered by those who havo followed the career of Johnson that he played ball under Klnsella for a few years In the Springfield club ot the Three I league. Klnsella 'was manager of .the club and Johnson his best catcher. Shortly after thd opening of the 1912 sea son Johnson was secured by IJpurke. Klnsella In the meantime had gone to the Giants as scout For three weeks Klnsella hung around Omaha this season and never had a good word to gay about Johnson. In -fact ono day lnt conversation with the sporting editor of The Bee he said Johnson was a good hitter, but could be fooled by big league twlrlers. Then he said Hick did not think fast enough, but evidently Dick was trying to throw his heareia off the scent He succeeded. In glancing over the names of thosrt who were drafted one finds the name of Bert Nlehoff of Loujsville, who will go to Tinker's Ctnclnnntl ' Reds. Jfhis in formation Ik also halted with delight by the Omaha fans as Nlehoff was the most popular player on the Omaha team when here. He was without a doubt the fast est base runner In the league and then went up to the Louisville club and today Is leading the .league in base stealing. The biggest surprise of the list and which most Omahans will overlook lb the draft of Dusty Rhodes by Conhlu Mack for his Athletics. "Dusty" was a good pitcher when he first Joined the Rourkea, but last year he failed to make good and was released outright He tried out with the St Joseph club this season but was released and then caught on with the Houston club' of the Texas league. He showed up fairly well'and it was from this club that the'Phllad'elphla Americans secured him by "the draft route. Among other Western league players who will go up Is Barbour of Lincoln, who for the last two years has been playing' third base, but 'since the injury to Charley Mullen has-been holding down first base. He goes to the White Sox. Wood," first baseman, who was secured by Sioux City but a few weeks ago, goes sssTe3ssssssV ank V anananaW w1 wmwfw &e FAMILY TRADE South Omaha; . Wra. Jetter, 2502 N Street Phone So. 863. I to the Brool'lyn Dodgers. Dick Crutcher. one of the best twlrlers St Joseph has had In years, goes. to tho Boston Na tionals. 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