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Mr. Jack Bobs
THE TUBS
2
UARYESOM KNOCKS
lit ALL URK RUHS
Pitcher Wins Own Game from
Ronrkes by Ponndin. in All .
Six Hum.
HOKEE - WITH SACKS LOADED
IXXOOUS, June 13.-(Spc!l Telograro.)
Oln Karveaon, the Lincoln pitcher, ham
mered In all mix of Lincoln's runs and
WUU 1 1 1 4 VU gull "TJ IIVIU VIIMII .11".
afternoon, to 6. Nanreson crossed
Manager Krug twice when the latter guve
ltiatiirtfonn i rt Vltf-hAr Tf nllmmn.
la Lincoln's half of tho second. Mo
Intyro walked and Schrclber doubled to
ths left field fence snd Lloyd lined out
to Whalen, who made a pretty catch.
Krcgr then told Hallmsn to past Catcher
Ys-ntx to g:et at Narveoon.
With th bases fillad and two strikes
and three balls called on him, Narveoon
walloped the next ball far over the left
field fence for a homer and four runs
cantered In. Narveson scored Lloyd
from second In the fourth, after having
two strikes called pn htm, with a stlng;
UiS single to center. .
Reads In Mlth Raa. '
The Lincoln pitcher sent In the sixth
run when Schreiber and Lloyd singled,
advanced on a sacrifice, ' and Schreiber
Scored when Narveson hit so holly to
Whalen that the ball could not be. han
dled to atop the runner at home.
Omaha's first two runs came In tho
fourth. Thorn ason walked and htn Krug
drove one to. the center field tonee for
a triple. Krug scored on flchllebner'a
aingleto right. In the eighth the Rourkes
were dangerous and threatened to . tie
the score. Porsythe singled to center,
Kruegcr : f ollowod w-lth another nafe blow
u inf. m&mtt XAnjcm. ana arter K.rujr Ana
Thomason . had .been put down,-tichlfeb
ner followed with a sare blpw over the
left field fence. -
" ' Kaf(c was put In as a pinch hitter In
.uio ninin, uui iinnm. . Drmn urove a
not single to left, but Nurveeon handled
Forsythe's' grounder. .
M'halen contributed two thrilling field
ing features with catches of line drives.
Score:
OMAHA.
AR R.
H O.
0 1
A.
1
S
0
1
0
s
0
4
3
0
Smith, if.
Hreen, lb.
Korsythe, rf ....
Krvuger, c
Thomason, cf. .
Kni(f, Sb. ....
Hchliebner. lb. .
Whslen. ss. ....
Hallman, p. ....
'Kafora
... 4
... 4
... 4
4
... 3
... 4
...
... 1
1
2
1
, 2
1
14
Totals 34 i
LINCOLN.
. AB. R.
Wolfe, If. 4
iMcGafflgan. ss...... 4 0
Williams, lb. 4 0
Mclntyre. rf. ...... , 1
Jialey, lb I ' 0
Wrhrelber, cf. 4 3 .
Lloyd. JSb I 1
Yniit. c. .............1 1
Narveson, p. ..8 1
Totals .31 "
9 14
II.
0
0
1
1
0
2
8
0
2
E.
- 0
0
' 1
0
0
0
4
0
0
SI 16
Kafra batted for Hallman in ninth.
Omaha 0 J 3 0 0 0 I 08
Lincoln .0 4 0 0 1 1 0 0
. Threebaae , hit: Krujc. Two-bine hit:
Hchreiber. Knrned runs: Lincoln, 6;
Omaha,' 2. Double plxvs: Yanls to
Lloyd; Tanta to McGif lean. Left on
baaea: Lincoln, 4; Omaha, 7. Stolen
haea: Breen, ForBytli, Williams. Bac
I If ice hit: Yanta. Struck out: J)y Nnr
venun, 2; by Hallman, 1. Bases on bells:
Ht Nerve-on, 6; off Hallman, 3. Time:
l.l. Vlipll UtiLkol
WALLOP
BOOSTERS
' Baaek II Hs Dn Moines, Althoegh
Latter Has Moat Utts.
WICHITA, Kan., June 13.-Wicb.Jta
took the opening game of the evries from
le Moines. The Wichita hits were
bunched and counted for acorea akwre:
WICHITA.
. AB. . H, II. O. A B.
C'harlt.a, 2b 3 1 " 1 8 0
l"ox. If 4 0 8,0 0
Tydeman. rf 3 1 " 5 0 -0
I-attersun, lb 4 l . I') 0 0
lionp. ss 4 6 0 . 3 2
Button, b 4 0 1 0 1 0
Spe-ncer, cf.... & 0 1 0 0 )
(iray, ti 8 1 v a s 0
Uaint, p 2 I tf 1 . 0
1
27
O.
I
1
1.
3
. t
1
1
3
0
Totals.
80 4
Dt3 MOINES.
AB. R. II.
A.
K
lUlin, rf........
Muiiter, cf
Joiiea, lb
BlJIn. If
(uiyer. lib.....
Hartford, as...
Tannehlll, 8b...
Kreft'i, C........
MoerMge, p. ...
i
4
4
0
e
1
0 I
tt
s
0
Totala
lies MoluuS ,
VtK'hlia
Left on baana:
8. Two-Umc hlU;
Sawyer, Hahn.
..38
.0 0
.0 0
1
8
24
0
0 0
3
0-1
0 1
02
4
IVa Molnea. 3: Wichita
Tydeman 2l,. Hunter,
stolen bane: Jonea
Double piny: li.mp to Palternon.. Struck
out: By !(frkine. 1; bv Goint, 4. Batn
on ba!l: Orf Mogrldge, i. Wild pitch:
itogiKise. Hit by pitched ball: By !,
tawy-r. Time, l:oU. Umpires: Cunlek
and 1'arani.
oh hubby A rrsrfoNVNA , TOUHueaY?j i, . . , outti rruy iTOs. ' -t- i
p gJ
- - j-jfaA; i - ., r js i
, I ,J S I H i i .. I 11 .,, , ' ,' ' ' i III .' I. I "l ' I" IPIMUBilllimi! -
a '
GKIZXLIKK DKtGAT TUB lUIAAS
loaa Ctfy Loaes tm Bears by rive
lo Two.
DENVER, Colo., June 18. Denver de
feated til. uc CHv tixiny by a n-ore of
8 to 3. Tho U. ln puun.led K..l,y for
eleven hit, but HarriJiMon proved a
rmsie, . holding the vlniioia to six hlta.
.ore ;
SIOUX C1TT.
Ali. it. H. O. A. E.
Cowiey, 2b. ..: 3 I 4 8
'. Crk. .. 3 0 0 2 0
Around in a Tub
&VE
Kane, lb. .2
t allnhan,' rf. 4
Davidson, If 4
llennllng. 31. , 1
Young, sn. 4
Crisp, c. .. I
Keliey, p .T
I 1
Totals
Si t
fONVER.
AR ft.
O.
s
13
4
0
1
1
1
s
1
('penfer, pf,
' Shields, lb.
...... 4
i
o
o
l
o
i
t
o
Mcf ormle,
tt.
.i. 3
4
a . f
. 4
'Hlloway, 2b.
I'offey. If. ...
Kelleher, urn.
Wbelan, 8b. .
f hentak, c. . .
Harrington, p.
Totals
Bloux City ....
Lenver,
Stolen banes:
.....S3 G U 17 U
... o t a 0 0-t
....0 400v90-t
Kellehar (I). Coffey J.
Bhestak. Home run: lo-
Two-base hit:
ormlck. Struck out: ly Kelley, t; by
Harrington. 4. Banes on halls: Off Har
rington, 3; off Keller, 2. TUne; 1:43. Um
pire: Van Syckle. . i
JOSIK9 BREAK. LOSING STBRAK
Hit , Wtedeaaaa Hard sad Get Lead
a Toprka.
TOPEKA,' Kan.. June IS. St. Joseph
broke Its losing streak today by hitting
Wledoman hard In the early Innings and
getting a lend which Topeka oould not
overcome. Plannagan fanned eight To
peka batsmen. Soore:
TOPEKA.
AB.
v vj - -n ' rn ' 'jack. kwt ni ' ' aii
: L" " H A A- YARPl i ymtwi AR.E . II v ' V . S ITo O&T , x "
m f J 1 ' , n7 I I s . 1 1 I W w .ens. ' ' I m.
R. H. O. A. B.
0 1 2 0 A
118 10
0 t tt
3 010
1 10 O 0
0 4 10
0 0 8 8 0
1 10 4 1
0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0,0
0 0 0 Q 0
"6 6 St W 1
EVH.
R. If. O. A. B.
1 12 8 1
2 2 2,4.1
11 JO' 0
2 2 0 0 0
0 12 0 2
9 1 8 '1 0
o li 5" o
o o s 10
0 0 11 0
Boehe, If.....
Hontlck, s...
Trainer, rf...
Mayer, lb....,
Jackson, cf...
Lattlmore, 3b.
Kapps, c.
Cochran, Sb...
Wledeman, p.
ashner, p.,.
Clunn, p ,
Gwer ,
Totals.
..84
ST.
' ' AB.
Pge, Jb. 4
Rapp, 3b 4
Watson, rf. .......... I
Williams, af... 4
Tnnneman, If........ I
Fisher, lb....
KwoMt, ss...; 4
White, o 4
Flannagan. p........ 4.
Totals....... 82 7 9 27
Batted for - Dashner In seventh.
Topeka 0 0 0 1 0 0 2
6U Joseph 0,1 0 8 10 2
13
1 0-5
0 .0-1
Two-bane hits: Uontlck. Rapp, Watson,
WUliamn (2). fiacrlflce hit: Tonneman.
Double plays: Kapp to Page to Fleher,
Kwoldt to Page to Fisher. IStolen bases:
Boetick (S), Cochran, PSige, Tonneman.
Hits: Off Wledemnn. f In three lnn.nwe:
off Dashner, 1 In four lnninga. Bases on
halls: Off Wledeman. 1: off Dashner. 8:
off Flannagan. 4. Struck cut: Uy Wlede
man, i; by Dashner, 4; by Clunn, 2; by
Fiannlgan, S. Passed balls: Rapps,
White. . Time: . 2:00. Umpires: Orover.
Vance and Monroe. . '
Cast Your Orbs on
This: Twenty-Five
Runs in One Frame
A young man wandered into the office
of The Bee last night and proceeded to
deliver an account of a bace ball game,
or at least aa alleged base ball game.
"The score was 38 to ." quoth the young
man, "and only six Innings were played.
Our cldtj, the Rambler Juniors, defeated
the Broad Hill Stars and the Stars quit
at the end of the sixth because their out
field was too tired to play any more. We
were almost as tired from running around
the bases. Twenty-five of the thirty-six
runs were made In the fifth inning." . .
Some tuning, that fifth.
EXCITING RACES RUM
, ON BROKEN BOW TRACK
BROKEN, BOW. Neb., June 13.-(Sp-clal
Telegram.) The nKturcyc:e and
automobile races, under the auspices of
the Broken Bow Motorcycle club, at the
fair grounds this afternoon, drew out a
large crowd. The first event, a third of
a mile bicycle race, was won by Hutt:
time, 0:40. Second event, ten-mile motor
cycle race for amateurs, eight entries,
Cramer won; time, 1S:K. Third event,
eight-mile motorcycle relay, elisht entries,
Palmr 'Won: time, 12 :(. four event,
twenty-flve-mile yfree-for-aU motorcycle
race, all starters, Lenanon won: time.
r::M. Fifth event, five-mile runabout
vce, three entiles, Johnson won:
s e.
i
Tho Bee Want Ads Are est Buslnaat
Boosters.
Wins Jerwey Oolf Title.
WVHT ORANGE, N. J.. June 171. Mas
R Stone of the Baltuaroi im cum,
fehort Hill. N- J , won the New Jersey
state amateur golf championship at tne
Knaes Countv Country ciuD nere ioay.
He defeated Boy D. Webb of fcialeood
In tho final round of thlrty-xU holes
uiatch play, T up and f to play.
IUrli wlu Till. '
IIAP.TFORn, Conn., June 12 Vy deJ
feating A. AV. Vterriun of Pir untain
In the finals of the annual Nw KiiKinnd
lannln championship tournament litre to
day, Ht. H-S, a-4, s-4. . i. Harris or
bo(on regained the title, which be held
in laii
Cavalry Wins.
PHILADELPHIA. June 11 -Tho Fifth
United tta-ten cavalry polo team todny
won the Wootim cup on the Hryn Mnr
field by defeating the Bryu Mar Wan
derers, 4 goals to iVm-
IrnntU White llgas.
)ankle White, bantnrn, and J'mniy
Hlarkburn hve siKiied for a June 3U ten
round pnvata bout.
ApartmenLa, Qale. houses and cottages
can be rented quickly sad tneauly by a
Bee "Vvt Rent." ,
KLOMTZ HAS FATAL
THIRD 0FA FRALIE
Hastings Overwhelmi Fairbury
. Team by Score of Kino to
Five;
SIIOLL EASY IN THE SEVENTH
HASTING. Neb.. June ll-3pec!al
Telegram.) Klonts lasted one-third of
an Innlnc today, and during that time
he passed two . men, made two wild
heaves and was hit for a double and
three single. Bholl was found for a
double and two singles after passing one
with two down In the seventh. Score:
FAIftBURT. .
HASTINGS.
AB H.O.VE.
AB.ILO.A.E.
HlLlhrnd. rl I
(Vinl.y, lb.. I
Brown, It.., f
ThlMns, cf 4
iMimb. lb... I
rayton. t
1 Olmn. 2b... 8 1 1
lH 1 1 B-ll-w, h. . 101
Hirumra. lb . I I I i 1
10 M nt. U. 4 I I
lit Rl.h.nl.o. o ill 1
It 01 b. .... 11110
t i e-mpVii. Tt t i toe
0 9 1 0WtM, cf.. X 1 1 1
OWrlnht, .. I t 8
t 1 0 Smith. 118 10
fVmbor. Sb. 4
r.nn, t
Klontl, p...
Sboll, p.... 4
Tutnli ....15 (14 14 I ToUla .... II 8 1
Falrrmnr 1-2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 6
Hastings 4 0 0 0 0 0 4 1
Two-bane hlto: Prumm. Rirhardaon.
Wrldel. Homis runs: Broa'n, Oonboy. Hnc
rtfue hits: Olaon, Beilov. Hacrliice fly:
Weldnl. Stolen baaea: HI Me brand. Pay-
ton, McOabe, Bmlth. Double plitya: Con-
loy to Peyton: bholl t. Lamb to finloy.
Basea on balla: Off Klonts. 2: off Klioll.
3; off Wright, 8; off Hmlth. 1. Hit by
titched ball: By Sholl tObnt). Hits: Off
Klonts, 4 In one-third Inilng: off Sholl,
1: off Wridht, . Ktruck out. By Bholl,
8. by Wright, 10; by ?mlth, 2. Wild
pitch: Klonts. Timo nf game: 2:1j. I'm
plre. Jlulr.
' CkatniM Break Even. " .
GRAND ISLAND, Neb.. June 13. (Spe
cial Telegram.) Quick fielding by Claire
and Croeby cut oft a Norfolk run Just
In time to prevent a tie In the ninth of
the first game,, though Hoffman had the
better of the twirling and Grand Island
won. 3 to 1 r
In the second fray the locals were un-
able to find Corey and gave Hoffman
poor support. The champs star twlrler
waa also not as effective In the second
contest. Score, first game:
NORFOLK. OR AND' ISLAND.
AB.H.O. A.C. AB.H.O.A.B.
Rrodrtck, 2b 4 1 1 (Rnhen. lb.. 4 a t So
Pv
1
I i eiKjwnnj n. "
oernek. b... I 8 1 t
0 DH'nrr. If... 1 1 1
1 troby. c 8 2 I
I Vnrnor. tt . I III"
0 flClnlr. lb... I Ollit
1 ftButiAr. u. .. ft 1 8
OHoflman, n. I 4
ciri. If. 4
Ktmpln, rf.. 4
Onmpbell, cf 8
Mnlkvr. lb..
brown, lb... 8
Glllia e.... 4 8
I1.ti Ih, p. 4
Tot.1. .,.. 8 84 11 TnUla ....M1T1 8
Norfolk 0 0000100 1-8
Grand Inland 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 -3
Earned run: Grand Island, 1. Two
bane hits: Varney, 2. Sacrifice hits:
Iye, Melker, Brown, Downey, Varney.
Stolen base: Kempin. Banes on balla:
Off Hoffman, : off Bmlth. 4. Bit try
pitched tnll: By Hoffman, 1. Ktruck
out: By Hoffman, 4; by (Smith, 8. Um
pire: Monroe. ,
HQllFOUK. OI1AND IKt.AND.
AB.H.O.A.B. AH. H O A K
Prod r Irk. 2b 4 8 8 I Robra. tb.. 4 3 I
tv. a
Cnrrln. It... 4
KnmDln. rf. 8
3)4 8 K Downy, rf 4 4 I
84 Otwnck. lb.. 40
S Henry, r... 411
0 OCraaby. ... I t
11 lVnrnvy, cf 8 4
1 10 1 0('llr.. lb... I 1 T
t nttutipr. m. . a 3
8 10 Hotlmna. a 8 1
0
0 8
0
1
i 1
"l
rmpbil. cf 4
Melktr. 3b.. 8
Prowti. lb.:. 4
nulla, c... 4
Cnrar. ... 4
Totol .'...14 I 17 11 1 Tntnlt ,...11 818
One out. foul bunt third strike. v
Norfolk I 100100093
Grand Inland 0 0 (I 0 0 t 0 0 0-4)
Two-base hits: Corey, Melker, Henry.
Sacrifice hits; Carrls;, Kempin, Melker.
Molen basea: Kempin, puller. Banes n
balls: Off Hoffman, t. Struck out: By
Hoffman. : by Corey. 10.
i , ,
Once More Omaha
And Council Bluffs .
Tie atWater Ball
Once again did the water base ball
teams of the Omaha snd Council Bluff
Aquatic clubs battle to a scoreless tie at
ths Council Bluffs Rowing aneociation
Sunday afternoon. The water was ex
ceedingly cold snd the swimmers Were
ehilted to the bone when four Innings
had been played.
Quite avcrowd was out to aeo the sport
and pronounced it an Interesting novelty.
While Interesting and exciting, water
base ball has the added advantage of Do
ing a laugh producer, aa the efforts of
the swimmers to field the cork ball in
the water Is excruciatingly funny. Pete
Wende'.l, coach of the Omaha Aquatic
club team, announces that he Is nego
tiating for some out-of-town games for
bla club.
Funk Hurler Fans
Eighteen Players
FUNK. Neb., June li (Special Tele
gram.) Funk and the White Sox ball
team played a clone game. It wan a
pitchers' battle throughout The feature
was the pitching of Hedatroin. who
struck out eighteen men and pitched In
vincible ball with men on baaea The
score was 3 to 2 In favor of Funk. Bat
teries: Funk. Hedstrom and Taj lor;
White Sox, Root and MagiU. Umpires:
Peterson snd Baakman. Attendance: 250.
DlarrLoea 41 nick I r ft. red.
"About two years ago I had a severs
attack of disrrhoea which lasted for over
a week." writes W. C. Jones. Buford, N.
D. "1 became so wenk that I could not
It and uptight. A drugvist recommended
Chamberlain's Cnlu and Diarrhoea Rem
edy. The fit at done relieved me and
within two days I was as well ss ever."
Obtainable evufywhere. Advertlaemeut,
Copyright. I'M J, Intern.illonnl
Nee a Service.
j Standing of Teams
WEST. LV:aH'K. 1 NATLLEAfirK.
W.LPi't.l W.UPct.
Dea lIolnea.jii 17 .JC Phlla '.. 0 .-")
Topeka IS .jei.ChlranOi ....iS CI ,W
Denver ..,..22 17 .dtMPt. tnl....li K
Mnwlri 1 .szr.i Hnston 41 21 ,6tK)
Omaha IS 21 .tfi-'l Brooklyn ...88 24 .4S'J
Pt. Josph..l8 23 .41 11ttlmrKh..88 23 . 4K
.Slnua. Clty..l 8)1 .Wi Clnclnnatl ,.1 24 .443
Wl'hlta ....14 M .iriHiNew York.. .18 4
FLD. LEAOT.K. AM EH. ASM N.
sW.I.rct.' W.L.ret.
Kan. Clty..3l 21 .WS ' Indianapolis. 84 W r4
et. lxiiiln....2 ) Ioulsvllle Ti
Brooklyn ..27 .6!Kn. fity...2T 23 ,R40
PittnhnrKU..rS A1ilwBiikee...tri .501
Ne-:trk ....-" t .5."!' ft. P'il M .-M.
r-hlrnao ....M .11(1 rievelnnd ..11 3R .457
Baltimore ..! 3 ... t'oP-inbun ..W .417 '
Buffalo ..,.18.14 Ml'inenpolln l 2S SSI
STATE LKAOIL'l I AMlilt. LKAGUK.
W.KPct.i V.L.Vp I
Tort 14 7 .W- Phlpaso It .M '
Norfolk ....15 8 .631' Detroit 31 81 I
Beatrice ....14 8 .M Boston 24 18.1571)
Gd. Island. .11 11 .R Wanhlngton.w it .012
Hantmsa ...11 13 .47S New York...M 28 ,4f-l
Fairbury ...11 14 .410. ft. Louis... .18 29 .801
Cleveland ..?0 M .4ar.
- Phlla 18 80 .173
Y enterdny'n Renalte.
WESTERN LEAOCE.
Dta Moines, 1: Wichita. 4.
8toux City. 2: Denver, 8,
Omaha, fi; Linfoln. 6. t
Bt. Joseph, 7: Topeka, 8.
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
No games scheduled.
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Ronton. 4; Chlcagft. 6.
Urooklyn, 3; St. Louis, t.
New York-C4nt!lnnatl, rain.,
FEDERAL LEAGUE.
Pittsburgh, 6-1: Pt. Louis, t-3.
Newark, 8-3: Buffalo, 0-4.
Kansas Clly, 0-3; Chlcavo, 4-1
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION.
Columbus, ,4; Minneapolla. 2.
Clnveland, 2-6; Kansas City, 2-8.
lAiulavtlle. 2; Bt Paul. 1. ' '
Inulunapolla, 4; Milwaukee, 1.
NEBRA8KA STATE LEAGUE.
Fairbury, 6; Hast ngs, 8.
Norfolk, 2-8: Grand Island, 8-0.
Games Today.
Wentern League Des Moines at Wich
ita, bloux City at Denver, Omaha at Lin
coln, Ht. Jonppli at Topeka.
National-League Honton at Uhtcaira.
Brooklyn at Bt. Lot in, New York at Cin
cinnati. Philadelphia at Pittsburgh.
American League Chtrngo at Wash
ington, Pt Louln at New York, Cleveland
at Boston, Detroit at Philadelphia.
Kcuttrtil Ieuxue games nrntxi liei.
State Le a sua Beatrice at Tork. Fair-
bury at Hastlntm, Norfolk at Grand
lit'and.
HAPPY HOiXOW GOLF PLAY
T. J. O'Neill Tarns in Low Net Score
in Eightcen-Hole' Handicap
Medal Flay.
CEAWFOED TO CLOSE MATCH
An eighteen-hole handicap medal play
with eight to qualify for the Howard
Goodrich prise was staged at the Happy
Hollow dub Saturday. T. J. O'Neill with
a handicap of 13 turned in the low score,
a net 75.. .
In the battle for the last four places
in, the competition for the Jaok Beaton
trophy W. G. Silver with 8 down, J. E.
Gcodrich with 4 down, Thomas J. Kelly
with down and C. E. Reed svlth 0 down
won out-" As a result the followis; pair
ings were made: '
W. O. Silver (17) against Bryce Craw
ford G).
B. H. Melle (12) against Thomas J.
K.llv (22).
A. D. Cloyd (23) sgalnst J. E. Good
rich
C. E. Reed U) -against G. F. Gil-
more ().
In the first round of this competition
between ths other players who qualified
the following are the results: t
Harold Johnson, (scratch) beat E. W,
Arthur U4i. 1 up.
W. C. Lyle (iG beat B. F. Miller CiO).
3 no and 8.
Art I'alooner CO) beat I I Hamlin
(22t. 4 ud and 8.
. " v. . . , j i . t n r i . . .
and L
In,tbe semi-finals for the W. C. Bullard
prixe Bryco Crawford won a doss gams
from A. a. Elllck at the lust hole after
being- 3 down and 4 to play. Jamea Bur
liens, with sixteen strokes handicap, had
an ea,y time with W. E. Shafor.
The scores in the elgbteea-hols medal
play were as fol'.ows
Cross. Hdi p. Net.
T. J. O'Neill.....
J. E. Pulver
W. (1. Hilver
C H. Marley....
W. i. i-hrlver...
J. J. EUzgrinld.
P. M. Garrett....
s
1 75
4 !7
J7 0
X M
in - 83
11) M
M ii
were;
71 M
14 M
l'j M
tl . Ml
10 w
!fl 7
11 88
14 ul
U M
11 58
.lol
. H7
. 91
. W
. M
.luJ
A few of the other low scores were;
T. H. MuCagua It
W. K. Itlioadea 101
A. t. ElUck W
Thomas J. Kelly 1-t
L 4. MonnelU W
P. K. Paiilnon 1'
E. M. Weliuinn PM
E. W, Artliur ....h
C. E. Herd W
11. P. Galea luO
The following pairings for the match
piny were made:
T. J. O'Neill (IS) against W. O.
S) river O').
V. a. KUver (17) against J. J. FttS
geraid (101.
J. E. Pulver (24) against Bryce Craw
ford ()).
('. H. Marley (S) agalnat P. M. Gar
rit (i).
tied Sun Clraa I Perry. .
PERRT, Is j June 11 Hperial Tsle
gl mil I The Kanana City Bed Hot bane
ball otub cleaned u the snrlea here to
dny, winning a fant ten-lnnlng- game, 6
to 1. Lou, left li-i.lr for the lied Kiix,
troke up the gnuie tn the tentli with a
home run. bs-n beiea full. Modltn.
pltctilng for the Bed fox, held the luc.li
lo two l.'.in-l'he itel tiox are a fast
bunch of bnJl players on their wsy to
the Pacific oeant. They ptty through
Iowa tuts month and wul play the strong
clubs thruugU Is'cUiaska during July.
Drawn
CUBS BEAT BRAYES
IN OPENING GAUE
Chicago Takes First Contett of
Scries from Boston by Six
to Four
TAKES LEAD IN THE THIRD
CHICAGO. June t3.CMoago defeated
Boston, 8 to 4, In "the first game of the
series hare today. Tho world's cham
pions hit Vsughtt hard In the opening
Inntnjr, scoring tour runa. The locals
tied H up In their half when they bunched
hits, which Included dotiblos by Knlnety
and Zimmerman and a home run by
Williams. Knlnelys double and two sac
rifices put Chicago In the lead In ths
third. Score:
BlWTOS ClllCAIA.
AB.Hft.At. AB.H.O. A. K.
rm.u w i i OA IVnnA. r4 4 114 0
Ot!brt. if.. 4
9 11 Briinw. mm... " . -
0 14 OKnlMlr. If. t 8 1 O
OS OZImrman. lb 8 1 3 8
11 Hir, lb... 8 1 8 0 1
0 3 0 c( I 110
10 (Arrbor, c... 4 8 8 8
110 OI'h.llM. lb. 4 8 14 0
1 8 Vauahn. p.. 0
14 1 Lnvun'lrr, 8 0 1
I 0 1 Tottili ....31 It M il 1
I 1
1 lltplrk. 4
Jkitm. rf. ., 0
Rnn, rf 8
Connolly, If I
Hmllh. lb... 1
KnhmMt, lb. 4
MkB, cf... 4
.M.tmnvll, 4
tlonlr, c... 4
ilitidolfih. V 1
Hmi, 9 1
Tntaln ,...14 I M 11
ltnntim .....4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
0--4
Chirago 4 0 1 1 0 0 0 0
Two-bsne hits: Schmidt. Knlsety (2).
C mmermin.. Home run: WUliamn. 8no
ririce hits: Zimmerman. Saler, Kinher,
Double plays: Maranville to Fltapatrl-k
to Schmidt, Glltiert to Schmidt. Biinea on
bnlln: Off Vaughn, li off Lavender. 4;
off llesn, 1. Hits: Off Vaughn, 6 in ono
Inning: off Lavender, 8 In eight Innlnpa;
off Rudolph. 8 in three and a third In
nlnga; off Hens, 4 In four and two-thirds
innlnga. fctruck- out: By Lavender. 7;
by Rudolph, 3. Umpires: (Jutglcy and
Esaon.
tarda Trlna Dodatere.
ST.' 1X)UI. June 13. Bt. Louis de
tested Brooklyn, 8 to i, in the opening
game of tbelr series here today. The
visitors were saved frotn a shutout by a
vorlea of bunched singles in the seventh.
Gets and Cadore acoring. Score i .
BROKI.YN. eT. LCI'!.
Ail II.O.A.B. An H O A B.
O'Mtrs. nv. 1111 IDutler. M...I 0 14 1
M.y.rm. cf . 4
Hxrhor,' If. 1
Mlllnr. lb... 1
1U linon, 1 cf. , I
Dolnn, rf. ... I
OHyait, lb... I
BrtMl, lb... 4
9lnrdr, 0... 4
.t'ibiDMn. a 1
0 0
5 1
4
0
1
0
ItHubert. lb I
Cuuhaw, lb 2
W'lmt. If... I
Huntmal, If. 1
Hc rtr. o. 1
M.WhHt, c 1
Cimrntan, rf 4
oi. lb..... 4
Pfrtriir, a... 1
Cndnra, 1
Hhulta 1
1 Totals ....ZD T 17 II
Totals ....II 8 14 11 4
Batted fur Cadore In ninth.
Brooklyn 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 0-8
St. Louis 2 0 0 0 3 4 0 0 --tf
Three-bane hits: Snyder. Hyatt. Stolen
bane: Miller. Unci litre bits: Meyers,
Betsel. Bencher. Culnhaw. Double play:
Kohinnon to Miller to Hyatt. Left on
basea: St. Iiuii, 10; Brooklyn, 0. Banea
on bulls: Off Robinson, 3;-off Pfeffer, 8;
oft Cadoru, 3. Hits: Off Pfeffer, 7 In
five and a thlid Innings: off Cadore, linn"
In two and two-tnirdn innlriHn. Hit by
Pitched ball: By Pfeffer, Wlliwm. Balk:
('Mdure. btruck out: By Pfeffer, 1; bv
Cadore, 1; bv llohinnon, 2. Time: J;tA).
Umpirca: Orth and Uyron.
Bt. l.onla Taltea Two.
4T. LOUIS, June 18. St. Louis nosed
out a double victory from Pittsburgh
here today by scores of 8 to C and 2 to 1.
Hcore, fit at game: R.H.E.
Pittsburgh ..0 10002003 04 0
Pittsburg! 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 u 6 8 2
St. Louis 0 20110000 1-8 2
Batteries: Knetaar. Allen and O'Con
nor, Berry, Groom, Davenport, Crandall
and Hartley.
S'-ore, second game: R.H.E.
Plttnburah w 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0-1 0
St. Louis 0 0110000 2 1
Batteries: liogge and Berry: Crandall
arm Hartley.
Armour-aGo Into
. First Place When
; They Beat Luxus
TI.e Armours defeatel tho Luxns at
Luxus park yesterday In a hard fought
pitchers' bettle between Ourneas and
Holland. In the second Inning the Ar
mours bunched a three-bagger by Tost,
double by May field, , a aintls by
Fletcher, which, coupled with a has on
balla to iVnny and Melady's error, netted
them three runa
For Luxus, In the firat Smith doubled.
waa sacrificed to third by DetuilSJii. and
came home on Melady sacrifice fly to
center. In the sixth Dennlson got a base
on balla, stole second snd came home oil
J. Melady's hit to Isft. Tr.ln waa all.
The features were the timely batting of
Yost, Mayfleld. Fletcher and J. Melady,
snd the fielding of Corcoran. Yost, Fa
gan, Denny snd Dennlnon. This puta the
Armours In first place in the Greater
Omaha league. Gurnens pitched great
ball alt the way, striking out two men in
the ninth. Score: " .
ABUOt'RS.
AU H O A B '
AB H.O.A E.
Danny, rf... 4 1 1 4 Oftmlth.
If... 1 1 1 0 0
Var'lald, rf I
3 1
1 I
44
1 Vt 8
1 I
41
11
1 8
twuniwa. lb 1 11
J Mkuir. cf 4 1 I
Ottuantrn. n 4 1
ITrer. M. . 4 0
f'Uinim. an 4
( oillua If .. 4
flMnor. lb 1
luM. a 4
Cortt.iraa. lb 4
luu. lb.. 8
Guiuaaa. a. 4
FMitmaa. rf. 1 1
0 w.idr
aavlb 33
tiuvir. ab-aa 10
Hollaud. a.. 1 1
-Uka. ..... 1
ToUla ... .H T r M a
Totals .... I 7 11 6
Armours 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 03
Luxus 0 0 0 0 1 4 0 03
Earned runs:
Thie-hane hit:
So" 4"": r h,u:
Mnyfioid . siiiltn. Sacrifice hlta:
r Irtchw. Knan. enilth, Mwln.ly. Stolen
huui: . Hui'lli, Mcladv. StrucK out: ly
GurnewB. 8; by Holland, V, Bases on b!ln:
ff liuniens, 8; off llniland, t Hit by
Ditclmd balL By Gurnenn, 1. Time. l:0u.
AltcuJnucoi tuipire; Kiasue.
V
for The Bee by
With the Amateurs
, ' SATURDAY CLASS A LEAGUE.
P. W. l-'i'rt
.4 3 1 ''
.4 8 I .T.itl
.8 3 f .?
.3 3 I .7
.? 1 I
.4 0 4 .
KAGUB.
P. W. I JV.
.7 ' I .W7
.8 8 .'M
. . S 3 .a
.7 4 8 ..V.I
..S 4 4 .SKI
. 3 8 .50)
.6 0 6 Au
.h 6 i .OHO
Hotel Csnlle
Armours
Midland G. and P. Co...
M. I' J. Smith!
Neh. School f.r Deaf...
Baliey IVntal Co
Burns' Hiiisums
1T. P. Paneelurer Dept.
Byrne-Htimmer Co......
McGtaw Elect rloa ".
IT. P. Nebraska DW ....
OmaJia E. L. P.
Tenterday'n llrnaltn.
SATURDAY CLASS A LEAGUE.
Midland Glana and. Paint company, 6:
Woodmen of the World, 4.
Hottd Cantln forfeited to Armours.
M. M. Smith . Co. forfeited to Ala
mi l os.
COMMERCIAL LEAGUE.
Bailey Dental company, H; Union Pa
cific Nebraska Division, 8
McGraw Electrics, U; Byrne-Hammer
Co.. 11,
I nlon Pa-'ino Pasnenaer doi4 i;
Bumn' Holnuni, S.
Nehrnakn, School for Deaf, Omaha
Electric Light and Power Co., 4.
CASEIS AND WIIALE
CASEYS THE OTHER
Kansas City and Chicago Teams
Divide Double Header, 6 to 4
and 3 to 2.
SECOND GOES TEN INNINGS
essnsaaiianaSaW V
KANSAS CITYMo.,'' June lt-Kanaa
City and Chlcaso dlyldod a double
header hern today, th locale taking the
.flret,. 6 to 4. and Chicago the second, 8
to 2. the second was a tfn-lnnlnir batua
between McConnolI and ltenning. Score
flrat game:
Chicago ,...1 0 1 2 00 0 0 0-4 14 1
Knrinnn City 00 0 000 1 1 M U 0
Batteries: Black. M. Brown and
Flncher; Main. Johnson, Cullop, Packard
and D. Brown.
eVore second game: R.H.E.
Chicago ,....00 1 0 1 000018 10 a
Kanaas City ....0 o o o i l u n i
Batter'ea: McfAmnell and WUaon; llen
nlng and Eanterly.
Split Doable Dill.
NEWARK, N. J., June 13.-An even
break waa the bent Newark could do to
dny asainat Buffalo. The scores-
r'lrat gnme; R.H.E.
Buffalo 0000000000 8 I
Newark 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 -5 10 I
Batteries: Ford, Bedietit and Blair;
Monelv and KarlUen.
He"ond game: R.H.E.
Buffalo 000 2 0000 24 8 2
Newark t 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3-3 4 4
Battnrles: Schuls and Alien; Katner
llng, Brsddom and Rariden:
Norwegian Woman
Wins in Singles
PHILADELPHIA, Juno U-Mas Molla
BJurstedt, tlie young Norwegian star, to
day won the Aiatlonal lawn tennis cham
plonnlilp Ui ninrlea, defeating In tio flml
match at the -Philadelphia CHcket club,
Mrs. George Wlglitman, the Ixmtfwoo.1
Cricket club of Boston. Tlie scores were
4-4, 6-2, -0.
The victory of Miss BJurstedt msrka
the first time in the history of the tham
plonahlp that ths title hss gnna to a for
eign player. It was the second national
title for the Norwegian, for she won the
Indoor tennis championship early In the
year, shortly . after he? arrtvsl In thin
countrg. w
Her defeated opponent held the national
title three times, having won it 'n
lPlft and 1911. The championship was won
last year by Mlsa Mary Browne of Call
fornla, who did not come eanl to defend
her title.
In the tournament Miss EJudstedt rep.
resented the Weatslde Tennis club of
New York, therefore, the Vv'tbaaliiUoii cup,
at least, does not leave the United States.
After winning premier honors In sin
gles. Miss BJurstedt, . paired with Irving
C. Wrlgnt of Boston, essayed to win tho
national championship In doubles, but
wrr.t down to defeat before Mrs, Wight-
man and Harry C. Johnson, also of Bos
ton. 6-0, 8-1. ' ,
Summary: ' i
Championship round, sets:
FIKdT Bh.T.
Minn Rjurntedt 046643344 5 .SH 4
Mrs. Wlghtman 4 6 3 7 0 4 & 0 1 7 SI -
SECOND i'7r.
Mlsa Plurntndt 4 3 4 4 4 16 4-'T 4
Aim. Wlglitman 1 4 2 2 2 4 4 I .1 1
THIRD fcET.
MU Bturntedt 4 4 6 4 5 4-i7-8
lira. Wlfhtnsn 0 2 3 3 1 C lo 0
CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND mixed
DoUBLEi.
Mrs. Georse WlKhtman; Boaton, snd
Harry C Juhnson, Uoaton, d-fonted Mls
Wolia BJurniwit, Norway, an5 Irving C
Wright, Boaton. -, s-i.
Establishes World's
Record on Dirt Track
SEATTLE. Wash., June 13.-Rae Lents
eatabllahed today what Is said to be a
new world's automobile speed record
when he drove a mile on the lialf-mile
,1!. r. f f(!lin narlr h.ra In 1 -a"Vtf
!Th I'-'vlous record of LOW, for a mil.
on a half-mile Hack was nem uy iui
Pisbrow.
Apartments, flam, iiounen and collages
tain be rented quickly and cheauly by s
Leo "For Rent."
Swinnerton
STORZ AND GIANTS
SPLIT DOUBLE BILL
Giant Leader Enters Second Contest
Long Enough to Hit in the
Winning; Run.
OLSON STROTTO IN FIUST
After capturing the opening gam With
eane, the Htoia loat the second game of
their double bill at Rniiike park after a
clone flninh. rM'nr, 7 to 1 and 2 to 1.
"Gabby" Groen. the Giant leader, was
rcionnlbl for the. Glnnt vb-tiry. He
entered Into the fray with a blow to left
In the final frunie that ended the second
game. -
The Giants' victory over the lirewera
In this game was due eMufly to Hay's
wildnenn and costly mleplsys st critical
Junctures. '
Oluon worked like :i Trojan in tho
opening gam and donurved a shutout.
Tho tftromnburg phenom had perfect
control and permitted but live scattered
hlta. A low throw to the plate Rave the
Glanta their lone run. O'non also aided
in the victory with a attnalng blow to
center when the aack.i were Jammed In the
ftors" half of tho fourth. The Uieweis
found Da via easy, sfourinif eloen snfo
whacks, three of wnlo'i were g.irnered)
(jy Gtnl niii, Score flrit game:
errant.
LRLAND flIASTg.
AH 1! O A E
AH H.W. A H.
Prtrrt, -f.. 1
llurlfM, Sh.. 1
t.rmliam, lb. 4
1 I
1
0 .Pr.nln. lb 4 I 0 X 1
t OWhvMon. It. 4 t S 0
J 1 Timer, rf .. 8 0 I I a
0 OJarkann, an. 4 1 0
1 1 IMif. rf.... 4 1 1 0
0 0"larlinn. e. 6 8 6 S
1 cttrmlinra. lb 4 0 11 0
1 ,0'lrran. b... 1 0 4 4
I OPatla, p.... S 1
l l
i 1
1 I
l u
i
1 0
W.i.h, If...
Wn.vtv, an.. 4
Irflwlnr, rf, 1
VaiintP. lb. I
riun1ltK. c. 4
Ulara, p ... 4
Towla ... .11 11 17 13 S Totnla ..'..a 6 IT 11 t
Olantn 0 0 u " t -J
Stors - i a i i u
Twn-bnae hits: Graham, Vvelr.li t.'l.
Jennlngn, Clnrkwui. t'Uof. Struck out:
By Olson, ; by Davis, . tnen on m,
Off Hnvln. U Double ilaya: urnnira 10
Wfiodriiff to Yonoun; JPfninm si
son lo Green; Tonoy to Stnther. Stolen
banes: Hyaort. wooarun. nnwu. ; . '-
uli-e. Clnra. N'ore seconu jin.
AU H.n.A.K. au.h.
riv.r ef.. 4 1 1 O.rnlnna, 70 a
41
Imrkoe. Ib.. 4 I 0
Oraliam. b. 1 ' 1
4 1 Wltirton. I'- 4 1 e
i 1 Tonai. If... 1114
0Ji4,on. aa. 8 t 1
I 3 Fata. rf.... 4 1 4
0 Ol'larhBon, r. 1 1 4 0
0 0Ku-olhr, lb 4 ' 4 1
0 lra:i, Jb. .. 1 1 1
1 llnimi p. .. 10 0
Wal.U, If... 4 I
Wixwlriitf, an 4 1 4
ll.r. r . I t
Vanoua. Ib. 4 0 11
lU.lllan. .. 4 1 4
liar, a 110
J.UrMn, lb. 1 l 1
Tola la 17 14 1 '
' . T.H! 37 4 W 11
nionts - - i o i u
S , 00000000-3
Two-bane hit: Plxon. Threa-r.uno una:
Lawler. Welch. Struck out: uy rtny. a,
by lilxon. 8. Bane on bniln: Off Hay,
7. Stolen banes: l'stu, ir.nion. riacn-
trn. Hav. Double vmys: Jitwn "
Mrothcre: Jennlnne (utiiiat Inted). l'ns.aed,
ball: Hachten. Umpire: Clark.
Fort Dodge Defeats
- Kansas City Red Sox
J'ORT DODGE, la., June 13,-t.Special
Teegram.)-In the belt played game c
the season the Fort Dodge ali-protea-
elunal tram defeated the East Kansas
City Red Sox by the score of u to 4.
fVnaationtil fMdlim b'tho He ,'c
featured the game. The Kansas City
team holda tho aemi-profeanlonal cham-
pionahip nf Mieaourl snd aKnaaa. ana is
a tour of lowa, Minosoia "a
. ranks, Batteries, roil i'oie.
tuvtn and Smith; Kansas City Hod twx,
Listen snd Roubel.
(oaat Daxoa t.antrn.
Kirt game.
r-an Eianciwo At..
Oakland . .' V,', : ' :i ' " 1 kTL.
BaterK'S: Kiiniay urn "una,
Boyd and Elliott
pwn'l game a
R.H.E.
..bit a
San Eranctjco .,
.2 7 I.
Batteries: f aiming anu wru'i""
Klavvluer, Pruitt, Martinotil and Kuim.
Wrestle to Draw.
HARVARD Neb., June 13. tS.ieclal.)
a ...,1,,, mntcn at tne oiier.i nuc
lust evening btwt-en Teddy Kuenoll, Har
vard's yet ctila-aten hoi!, and Adam
Krlegur Jt l.inciii'i,
after an hour ana rony-tive niuir, ...
nftort In which nelthe.- appeared to have
any advantage.
Hlveraldrn Wla.
I'lio Riversides of truv Southern leattuo
ilffrated the ft St. I'lnncta team r-y
the score of 13 to 8. The feature of tue.
game were tlie onitini; oi uu u
the. pitching of I'nu Donohue.
tanajlas Birlna t'oogh.
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