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THE BEE: .OMAHA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, ,1918.
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CUBS EVEN
UP WORLD'S
SERIES BY
WIN FRIDAY
Tyler's Pitching Given Credit
for Success, Altnougn
Rescued by Fine
Fielding.
rhif.iro. Sent. 6. The Chicago Na
tionals put the world's series on a
410-50 basts today by defeating the
Boston American,, to i. in kuuu,
nU.fixhiaiird came of base ball.'
Tyler, pitching for Chicago, was
jected a steady stream of bafflers and
capped the climax by shooting a sin
gle over second that scored two runs.
All of Chicago's runs were made m
the second, when Bush, on the
bridge for the Red Sox. could see
tinhhinir un all around nis
craft
Boston's run came in a desperate
and spectacular rally in the nintn,
c.,.,r,b h first man un for the visi
tors, selecting a big Bertha from
.mnr ttio hats, slammed the ball
against the right field fence. White-
man, wno aiaetr niwj
Boston's winning rally yesterday,
was cheered as he s came up.
His wallop was the mightiest of
,k r thus tar. me o"
smashing into the word f "buy" in
the war savings sign in center,
shrunk trotted home and the Chi-
cagoans, who had counted the game
won. halted on their way to the exits.
Tyler, however, steadied and threw
Mclnnis out at first. Scott was al
lowed to walk and the gigantic Du-
buc came to bat for 1 nomas, ite
fouled off half a doien good ones and
struck out on a wide one. scnang,
who batted for Agnew, popped to
Hollocher and the game was over.
Merkle Scores First.
Mrekle started the scoring for Chi
cago by waiting for four bad ones.
Tick bunted gently toward third and
Thomas ambled gracefully forward
and let it bound past him. , This
placed Pick on first and Merkle on
second, while kind-hearted official
scorers awarded Pick a hit Deal
flied out ' Killefer was the next
man up. ' . .
Earlier in the game Tyler devoted
much attention to getting something
ou: of the catcher's eye and the opera
tion was a complete success, reliefer
got both his good eye and the con
valescent one on the ball and deliv
ered a two-bagger, the first extra base
wallop of the series. Merkle scored
and Pick roc-sted on third. Surgeon
Tyler rose to the occasion with a
single, scoring Pick and Killefer. but
was himself caught trying to reach
second on the play.
Stop Further Scores.
The Cubs threatened again in the
sixth, but the cloud did not develop
rain. Hollocher hit down the first
base line and his speed stretched it
' into a triple. He never got further,
however, for Boston rallied heroical
ly. The infield drew in. and Mann
was out, Scott to Mclnnis, Hollocher
hardly having a chance to move off
the third sack. . He tried to register
on Paskert's grounder, but Scott's
sharp throw was ahead of him.
Paskert was safe and Merkle singled,
but a miss-fire double steal failed
ignobly and the clouds cleared from
the Boston sky.
Boston Rally Fails,
Boston started the second- inning
with the aplomb and confidence of
champions and for a time seemed to
have an excellent chance to score,
but a snappy, relay from Pick cut off
the impending tally at the plate.
"Whiteman, whose bat was efficacious
yesterday was awarded a pass. Kil
lefer and Whiteman collided over
Mclnnis' bunt.and both were safe. It
was on this occasion that Surgeon
Tyler began work on Killefer's eye.
Both were advanced irtl additional
base by Scott's sacrifice and Thomas
came to bat His besK was a drive
to Pick, who threw Whiteman out
at the' plate. Agnew closed the rally
with a high foul to Flack.
Fighting Blood Up.
The lighting blood of both teams
' was up from the beginning. Umpires
were growled and snapped at, the
crowd grew partisan and way down
in the depths of the Boston bomb
proof, Knabe. Chicago coach, and
Wagner, ditto tor Boston, got into a
fight. The crowd learned of it when
- players and umpires made a dive into
the dugout and separated them.
Flack's magnificent throw from
right saved the day for Chicago in the
eighth. Schang, batting for Agnew,
singled too hot for Hollocher, Hooper
singled into far right Schang passed
second at a 10-second gait, but Flack
throwing on a line with deadly ac
curacy, caught him feet away from
the base. Itwas a disheartening out
for Boston. y
First Inning.
Boston Tyler sent up two wide
ones to, Hooper. The next was also
a ball Tyler then put over one
strike, but on the fifth pitch sent
Hooper to first On the hit and run,
Shean fanned. He interfered with Kil
lefer's throw and Hildebrand called
Hooper out at second. This gave a
double play, Killefer to- Hollocher.
Strunk popped to DeaL No runs, no
hits, so errors. s
Chicago Flack opened with a line
single to left Hollocher forced
i Flack, Bush to Scott, the batsman
' taking first on a fielder's .choice.
Strunk purposely dropped Mann's fly
to short center and then forced Hol
locher by throwing the ball to Shean
at second.' Mann reached first on the
Clay, Paskert signalled hit and run,
ut fouled. He then flied to White
man. No runs, one hit, no errors. -
Second Inning.
Boston Tyler again had trouble
finding the corners and walked White
man on four pitched balls. Mclnnis
dropped a bunt between Killefer and
Tyler and when the fieMers collided,
beat Killefer's throw for a hit, White
man going to second. Scott sacrificed,
Killefer to Pick, the latter covering
first Thomas bit to Pick, and .White
man was out at the plate. Pick to
Killefer. Mclnnis went to third and
Thomas to first on the field's choice.
Agnew put up a tall foul, which Flack
cacsht on -the line. No run, one hit
no errors.
Chicago Merkle walked. -v Pick
bringing
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BOSTON AMERICANS.
AB. R. BH. PO. A.
Hooper, rf .....3 0 110
Shean, 2b 4 0 1 5 2
Strunk, cf 4 1 1 1 2
Whiteman, If ...3 0 13 0
Mclnnis, lb 4 0 -1 7 0
Scott, ss 3 0 0 3 2
Thomas, 3b 2 0 0 1 1
Agnew, c 2 0 0 2 4
Schang, c 2 0 1 1 0
Bush, p 2 0 0 O. J
Debuc, 1 0 0 O O
Total. 30 1 6 24 14
CHICAGO NATIONALS.
AB. R. BH. PO. A.
Flack, rf 4 0 2 4 1
Hollocher, ss 4 0 1 5 4
Mann, If 4 0 0 0 0
Paskert, cf 4 0 0 2 0
Merkle, lb Z 1 1 6 1
ick, 2b 2 1 1 4 4
Deal, 3b ,., 2 0 0 1 1
Killefer. c 2 1 1 4 2
Tyler, p 3 0 112
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Totals 27
27 15
Batted for Thomas in ninth.
Boston Americans 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1
Chicago Nationals 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 3
Two-base hit: Killefer. Three-base hits: Hollocher, Strunk,
Whiteman. Sacrifice hits: Scott, Deal. Double plays: Killefer
to Hollocher; Hollocher to Pick to Merkle. Left on bases:
Americans. 7: Nationals, 4. First base on errors: Nationals, 1:
Americans, 1. Bases on balls: Off Tyler, 4; off Bush, 3. Struck
out: By Tyler, 2. Umpires: Hildebrand at plate; Klem at first;
Owens at second, and O Day at third. - Time: 1 :53.
dumped a swinging bunt down the
third base line and when Thomas
missed the ball the official scorers
called it a hit Merkle went to
second. Deal popped to Shean. Kill
efer hit to right for two bases,
Merkle scoring' and Pick going to
third. This was the first extra base
hit of the series. Tyler singled over
second, scoring Tick and Killefer.
Attendance at Chicago Only
. Few More Than Thursday
Chicago, Sept. 6. Despite warm
and pleasant weather the attendance
was only a few hundred more than
yesterday and the 20,040 persons
present left many vacant seats. In
the whole assemblage there were pro-
Tyler tried to reach second on the nah'y .,ess than 100 wdmen. In nor
throw to the plate but was out, Strunk
to Agnew to iscott. iuack hit to Mc
lnnis and beat the first baseman to the
bag. Mclnnis made no attempt to
throw to Bush, who was running to
cover first On Flack's attempt to
steal, Agnew threw high and wide but
the runner overslid the base, Shean
tagging him. Flack was credited
with a stolen base, Agnew with an as
sist and Shean with an out Three
runs, four hits, no errors.
Third Inning.
Boston Bush walked. Hooper
forced him, Tyler to Hollocher The
shortstop made a fine stop of a wild
throw. Hooper took first on a fielder's
choice. Shean forced Hooper, Hol
locher to Pick, and reached first when
the second baseman's throw filtered
through Merkle. Strunk fouled to
Killefer. No runs, not hits, no errors.
Chicago Hollocher grounded out,
Shean to Mcllinis.' Mann bunted hard
to Mclnnis and was out at first Pask
ert popped to Shean. No runs, no
hits, no errors.
Fourth Inning.
Boston Whiteman popped to Pick.
Mclnnis out, Hollocher to Merkle.
Pick made a one-hand running stop of
Scott's grounder and threw him out
at first. The play cut off what look
ed like a sure hit No runs, no hits,
no errors.
Chicago Whiteman dropped Mer
kle's fly close to the line and
the battsman reached second on the er
ror. Pick batted to Bush, whose quick
throw to Thomas got Merkle at third.
Pick took first on a fielder's choice.
On the hit and run Deal flied to
Hooper, but Pick managed to beat
the throw back' to first. Pick was
out stealing on the first pitch of Kil
lefer, Agnew to Scott No runs; no
hits, no errors. -
Fifth Inning.
Boston Thomas went out, Deal to
Merkle. Agnew skied to Flack. Deal
missed Bush's grounder and the latter
reached first on the error, rlack ran
to deep right for Hooper's fly. No
runs, no hits, one error.
Chicago Thomas threw out Kille
fer at first Tyler fouled to Agnew
near third base. Flack out. Bush to
Mclnnis. No runs, no hits, no errors.
Sixth Inning.
Boston Shean drove a hit to cen
ter, Paskert holding it to a single by
a one handed stop. Strunk forced
Shean, Pick to Hollocher, and reached
first on a fielder's choice. - Whiteman
hit into a double play, Hollocher to
Pick to Merkle. No runs, one hit, no
errors.
Chicago Hollocher tripled down
the first base line, the ball rolling to
the far corner of the field. The Bos
ton infield came in on the grass. Mann
out, Sott to Mclnnis; Hollocher
holding third. Hollocher tried to
score on Pasket's grounder to short
but was out Scott to Agnew, Paskert
reaching first. On the hit aud run
Merkle singled to center, sending
Paskert to third. With Pick up,
Merkle started a double steal Ag
new's throw to Scott turned him back
and he was out when the shortstop
threw - to Mclnnis. No. runs, two
hits, no errors.
' Seventh Inning. '
- Boston Mclnnis hit to' Hollocher
in deep short and Merkle grabbed a
wide throw and tagged Mclnnis on
the line. Scott flied to Paskert.
inal times they come in crowds to
notable contests on the diamond.
Total attendance 20,040.
Total receipts $29,997.
National commission's share $2.-
999.70.
Players' share $16,198.38.
Each club's share $5,399.46.
Thomas flied to Flack. No runs, no
nits, no errors.
. Chicago The band played "The
Star Snanclpri Rannpr" hrincrinr tl,
crowd to its feet. Pick walked. Deal
sacrificed to Mclnnis, unassisted,
Pick takinir second k'ilUfr waiter!
Tyler flied to Whiteman, Flack lofted
i c. ...
ro oirunic. so runs, no ruts, no er
rors. Eighth Inning.
Boston Schang batted for Agnew.
Schang singled off Hollocher's glove.
Bush flied to Paskert. Hooper singled
to rigTit and Flack's great throw to
Deal cut down Schang at third. Shean
out, Merkle to Tyler. No runs, two
hits, no errors.
Chicago Schang now catching for
Boston. t Shean caught Hollocher's
fly back of first. Mann flied to White
man. Paskert fouled to Schang. No
runs,, no hits, no errors.
Ninth Inning.
Boston Strunk hity to right for
three bases. Whiteman duplicated
the hit, Strunk scoring. Mclnnis out,
Tyler to Merkle. Scott walked. De
buc batted for Thomas. Debuc
fanned. Schang popped to Hollocher.
One run. Two hits. No errors.
Toddtfs Sport Calendar
Racing Antumn meeting of Wentehester
Racing Mtlation at Belmont Park, N. Y.
tioM of meeting of Douglas Fair aiwlcia
tloa at Donglas, Wya.. Close of meeting of
Ren ,BnslaeM Men'i association at Keno,
ie,- -
Has Ball Third game of the world's
enampionsbip serfes at Chicago.
Swimming Amateur Athletic union long-
nisianco swim ior women at Detrot Athletic,
club.
AutomobU
state fair.
Tennis Trl-State championship tourna
ment opens at Cincinnati. CaUfornla state
championship tournament open at Oakland,
Athletics New York Athletic dab cele'
brates its Both aaaiTersarjr. Service track
and field meet at Harvard stadium, Biston.
lie Track races at Minnesota
Mays and Hendrix Are
Picked for Mound in
Third Uame or oenes
Chicago, Sept. 6. Mays probably
will be selected to face the Cubs in
the third game of the world's series
tomorrow, according to Matiager
Barrow, of the Red Sox tonight.
"Today's game was a' tough, one
to lose, especially as we nearly broke
it up in the ninth inning" Barrow
said. "The Cubs had the better of
the breaks, I think, and piled up a
lead in the second inning too great
for us to overcome. I do not mean
to take credit away from Taylor
who pitched great ball and deserved
to win. I expect to start Mays to
morrowind hope to make it 2 to 1."
"The task of the Cubs is now eas
ier," said Manager Mitchell, of the
Chicago club. "We are on even
terms with Boston. The Cubs cer
tainly recovered their batting eye and
they are confident of retaining it.
Tyler pitched a wonderful game and
never was in danger except in the
ninth when he , grooved them over
for Strunk and Whiteman. Those
two triplets saved Boston from a
shut out. I expect to send Hendrix
against the Red Sox tomorrow."
Tulsa Mare Easily (
Wins Feature Event
In Western Circuit
St Paul, Sept. 6. Alice Arfbn,
owned by G. S. Davis, Tulsa, Okl.,
and driven by McQuaig, easily won
the 2:12 trot for the Minneapolis
purse of $3,000, the feature event of
the closing program of the Great
Western circuit races at the State
fair here today. The only real com
petition on the program was in the
2:11 pace, which was caotured bv
Symbol Baron after four hard heats.
The summaries:
2:13 trot, Minneapolis purse $3,000:
Alice Arlon, first; Tommla Finch second;
Eva IliiiKon, third. Ilest time, 2:08 H.
2:11 pace, pucsa 11,000:
' Symbol Baron, first; Princess Margaret,
second; Dob White, third. Best time,
2-06H.
2:15 pace Twin Cities purse, $300, for
amateur drivers::
Dexter M., first; Queen Arlon, second;
Steadman L third. Best time, 2:10.
Otto Wallace Will Box at
Elks Athletic Carnival
Otto Wallace, champion light
weight boxer of Wisconsin, wi, be
one of the fistic stars to appear in
the Elks Athletic Carnival at the
Auditorium September 14. Wallace
is especially anxious to meet Cham
pion Benny Leonard.
Larry Lichtenstein, manager of
Wallace, has assured the local pro
moters that his protegy will willing
ly participate in the contest. He is
one of the cleverest of the crop of
lightweights and a fast exhibition, is
assured.
"I am ready to meet any light
weight living to help along as worthy
a cause as the Omaha Patriotic
show," said Wallace in Chicago.
Rain Stops Grand Circuit
Races at Charter Oak Park
Hartford, Conn., Sept. 6. Rain to
day caused the cancellation of the
final day's Grand Circuit card at Char
ter Oak park, which included the spe
cial match between Mabel Trask and
Miss Harriet M. The horses were
shipped to Syracuse, N. Y., which has
a Grtind Circuit meet next week.
Packing Monopoly Report
Finds Approval in Senate
Washington, Sept 6. Federal trade
commission's report to President Wil
son, charging that the five great pack
ing concerns Swift and company,
Armour and company, Morris and
company, the Cudahy Packing com
pany and Wilson and company have
a monopoly of meat and other food
supplies in this and other countries
and have been guilty of profiteering
was again the subject of, debate today
in the senate.
Senator Borah said, in making its
report on the packers, the commis
sion exercised only the authority
given it by. congress. Senator Cum
mins of Iowa, also assailed the pack
ers, while Senator Sherman of Il
linois, renewed the attack on the com
mission,' which he severely de
nounced yesterday.
You Need not
Suffer from Catarrh
Commandant Is Named for
State Uni. Training Camp
Washington, D. C, Sept. 6. (Spe
cial Telegram.) Capt. Edmund J.
Maclvor, infantry, is appointed com
manding officer of the students' army
training corps unit at the University
of Nebraska, Lincoln, Neb., in addi
tion to his present duties.
A charter has been granted the
First National Bank of Pollock, S. D.,
capital $25,000.
An increase of capital of the First
National Bank of Adams, Neb., from
$25,000 to $50,000 and of the First
National Bank of Thermopolis, Wyo.,
from $40,000 to $50,000, has been ap
proved. Charter of the First National Bank
of Sidney, la., has been extended to
September. 1938.
Single G Wins Race.
Indianapolis, Sept. 6. Single G
won three straight heats from Wil
liam in their match race at the In
diana state fair. The time was
2:0VJt 2-.Q3H and 2:01Ji
Meeting of Salvation Army
Workers Scheduled Tonight
A meeting of all workers interested in
the Salvation Army war fund drive
here next week will be held tonight
at the Chamber of Commerce.
Sergeant Harold Baldwin, author
and pioneer Canadian soldier, and Pri
vate F. C. McDonald of the First Ca
nadian Mounted Rifles, who spent
months in the trenches and in the
German prison camps, will be intro
duced by Dr. Hugh A. Knowles, man
ager of the campaign, and will tell
of their experiences.
Chairman Ray'C. Goddard of the
drive has named additional captains to
cover the city in the drive. They are
as follows:
Stanley Brown
Alfred Bloom, Jr.
Dr. A. 1. Cloyd
Hush Wallack
F. J. Roach
Miss Clara Southard
Clifford Sadler
Harry M. Binder
Harley Moorhead
F. Pratt Harwood
Roy Towl
Edward Leary
Joseph Blxler
t O. Warfield
Hollls Johnson
Vr. E. W. Powell
E. P. Bralley
Fred G. Meyer
F. P. Manchester
Dan Butler
W. B. Whltehorn
W. C. Fenwick
Anson H. Bigelow
Robert Smith
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Muse JET7EL CARMEN In "LAWLESS
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Empress MAT ALLISON In 'A SUC
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Rial to DOROTHY D ALTON in
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Strand K.N'DI BENNETT in "THE
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Brandlels "EYES OF THE WORLD."
Sun BILLIE BURKE in "LET'S GET
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Lothrop (Twenty-fourth and Lothrop)
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WOLF."
Grand (Sixteenth and Binney)
EARLE WILLIAMS in "THE GIRL
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and "THE KITCHEN LADY," com
edy. Maryland (1423 South Thirteenth)
VIRGINIA PEARSON in "HER
PRIDE." L.
Apollo (Twenty-ninth and Leaven
worth) MADGE EVANS and JOHN
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Orpheum (South Side) BELLE BEN
NETT In "THE GOLDEN FLEECE."
ALLIED WAR REVIEW.
Bohlff (2559 Leavenworth) J U N E
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a passion for acting and her grand
father at Menominee, Mich., who op
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will that $10,000 was to be given her
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old man her uncle. The bright young
woman is played by May Allison,
charming young Metro star of the
sparkling comedy, "A Successful Ad
venture," which will be shown at the
Empress theater for the last times
today.
Moving picture folk in Los Angeles
are building an immense tank with
which they will aid the Liberty Loan
committee of the city in enticing the
dollars into Uncle Sam's treasury.
"'Ception Shoals" in which Mme.
Nazimova made such a stage suc
cess is to be her next film production,
in fact work in the play has already
been started. With her in the play
will be seen Charles Bryant and
Henry Harmon.
Elinor Field, the little star, has
teen doing lots of war work and the
other morning -her sleep was light
when the milkman made his rounds
and rattled the coins in the bottle.
"Some more pennies for the Belgium
babies, please," calls out Elinor in
her sleep. ,
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Barker Auto on Rampage
Causes Two Collisions
Two collisions within the space of
30 minutes, resulting in one man
being painfully injured, and a motor
Cycle and an automobile being put
out of commission, was due to the
alleged reckless driving of J. A. Bar
ker, 2706 Parker street, according to
a report at the police station, where .
Barker was booked on a charge ol
reckless driving.
The first accident occurred at
Twenty-fourth street and Indiana
avenue shortly after 6 o'clock Friday
night, when Barker automobile
crashed into a motorcycle ridden by
Charles Fox, 2727 Seward street. Fox
was thrown from his machine, and
the automobile passed over his left
foot, which was badly crushed.
Barker then drove ..down the street
a few blocks, where he met Officer
Bocgh, and while taking the officer
to where Fox was being attended,
drove his machine into another auto
mobile driven by Nat Meister, 213
City National bank building. Meis
ter's machine was slightly damaged.
Barker was ordered to drive slowly
to police station, in company of the
officer, and not to attempt any nose
dives or tail spins enroute.
American Hydroplane
Wins International Racd
Toronto, Sept. 6. Although beaten
by Miss Minneapolis in the final heat
Whip-Poor-Will, jr., an American
hydroplane, won rhe Canadian inter
national gold challenge trophy on
points here today. The time for the
30 miles, 39:30.
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PICTURE SHOWS AT 11:00; 12:30
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THE END OF THE KAISER,
Comedy Sketch.
LA PETITE REVUE
'A Manikin Musical Corned?. ?
NICK HUFFORD
The Loose Pace from the Book of Fug
BLANCH BOYD j
Character Comedienne.
MAY ALLISON
In "A SUCCESSFUL
ADVENTURE"
Metro Comedy-Drama.
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J. K. Emmet, Mary E. Byan & Co., and
other current features.
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Early curtain
TONIGHT at 8
Next Week
MARTIN BECK Presents
Madame Sarah Bernhardt
Tonight Last Time
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