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xiut uciia: OMAHA, MONDAY, JULY 28, 1919.
ROURKES SPLIT
DOUBLE SUNDAY
BILLWITHSOO
Pa's Colts Capture First Con
test 94 While Sioux City
Takes Second
6-3.
Sioux City, July 27. Sioux City
and Omaha brok,e even in a double
header, the Rourkes taking the
opener, 9 to 4, by hitting Rassrnus
sen, and Sioux City nabbing the
second, 6 to 3, iby bunching hits off
Burke in the fifth inning.
Omaha won the first game prin
cipally through the hitting of Bar
beau, Graham and Spellman. These
Rourkes figured in all the runs
scored off Rasmussen and Oswalt,
his successor. The batting of Defate
and Brokaw for Sioux City ac
counted for nearly all her runs.
The second game was won by
Sioux City in the fifth inning on
hits by Moran, Meloan, Brokaw and
Eiffert, and a pass by Defate.
Mason opened the third inning of
tne first game with a double, Kopp
was out but Barbeau doubled. Jack
son sacrificed and Graham and
Spellman followed with singles and
three runs scored. Doubles by Bar
beau, Graham and Spellman in the
fifth accounted for three more runs.
Hits by Goodwin, Defate and Br.o
kaw in the first inning of the opener
gave the Sioux a lead of two runs
which they held for two innings.
Hits by Ohlin, Burke, Barbeau
and Jackson in the fifth inning of
the second game gave the Rourkes
two runs in the fifth inning of the
second game. Spellman's double and
Shinkle's single in the eighth ac
counted for the final Rourke run.
First game:
OMAHA.
Wichita won both fames of the
double-header due to the magnifi
cent pitching of Gregory, who
hurled both games and allowed but
three runs in the two games.
10
110
VI
0 4 0
1 1 1
ISO
10
o eol ii
0 Milllt x
AH. It. H. O. A.E.
Barbeau, t ..8 S S O S O
Jarkson.lb S 1 1 11 0 1
Cnhim, If 4 8 I 3 0 0
ftprllman, o 4 1 t S 2 1
Shlnkle. rf 4 0 0 0 S 0
Hasen, cf 4 0 0 0 O 1
Ohlin, tb 4 0 0 O
Mason, S 1 1 Z 1 O
Kopp, p 4 0 0 0 S O
Total! SS 0 10 87 IS S
SIOCX CITY.
AB. R. II. O. A.E.
..5
...5
...4
...5
...5
...S
...8
...3
.. .
0 1
3 0
4 2
1 1
2 18
1 O
.89 4 13 27 18 8
.10(11(00 14
Moran, of
tioodwln, 2b . . .
Iterate,
Meloan, If
Brokaw, lb
Carmen, rt . . . .
Jon, Sb
Eiffert,
Rasmusaen, p . ,
Oswalt, p
Total
"Ion City
Omaha .0 0 8 0 8 0 S 0 00
Two-ban hits: Mason, Barbeau (S),
Carmen,' (ruham, ftpellman, Brokaw,
Klffert, Defate. Sacrifice hits: Eiffert,
Jackson, Jones. Sacrifice fly: Shlnkle.
Double plays I Oswalt to Defate to
Brokaw. Stolen bane: Meloan, t.ruham.
Hits and earned runs: Off Kopp, 12 hltn.
4 runa In nine Innings; Kasniusiten, 6 anil
3, In flte; off Oswalt, 3 and 2 In four.
I la Meg on balls: Off Kopp, 1: off Ras
mussen, off Oswalt, 3. Ktrnck out:
By Kopp, A; by Rasmussen, 2; br Os
walt, 1. Left on bases: Slon City, II:
Omaha. 8. Time: 2:05. empires Barker
and Holmes.
Second fame:
Barbeau, 3h .
Jackson, lb .
(iraham. If
Spellman, o . ,
Shlnkle, rf ...
Hazen, of
Ohlin, 2b
filslason, 2b 1
Mason, a 4
8
OMAHA.
All R
... 4 0
... 0
... 3 0
... 4
... 4
4
Otslason, 2b
Mason, a
Burke, p
Total
II
2
I
A
1
2
1
1
0
1
1
.34 3 10 24
Moran. cf
tioodwln, 2b ,
Defate, as
Meloan, If ..
Brokaw, lb .
Eiffert, rf ..
Jones. 3b
Schmidt, e . .
Lyons, p . . . .
MOI'X CITY.
AB R H
A
A
. 3
. 8
. 4
. 8
. 8
. 8
. 4
.88
A
0
2
0
A
0
1
1
0
2
1
TULSA. I WICHITA.
AB.R.O.K.I AB.H.O.E.
Wuffll, ( 4 I I 0 Wilhoit. ef 4 11
Tbo'aon. cf 4 1 0 Wash'n, lb 2
Slattery, lb 4 1 II McBrlda, If
Dllta, If 110 Mustier, lb 4
Clevel'd. lb 4 1 1 0 Newasha. rt 4
Davis, rf 4 110 Taryan, o 4
Tlerney, lb 4 9 3 0 Becger. aa 4
O'Brien, o t 0 1 0 Marr, lb t
Vang'der, p3 t OjQreaory, p 1
' Totals II 114 0 Totals 1(1411 1
Tulsa
Wichita ...
Two-base hits: Dllta, Mueller (1), Mc
Brlde. Home run: Slatcery. Sacrifice
hit: Oreiory. Double play: Barter to
Mueller. Left on baaea: Wichita, 6;
Tulsa, S. Bases on balls: Off Gregory,
1; off Vangilder, I. Struck out: By
Gregory, I; by Vangilder, 8. Tims: 1:16.
Umpires: Jacobs and Myers.
Josies Win First Game
And Are Then Shut Out
Des Moines, July 27. St Joseph
pounded four Des Moines pitchers
for 22 hits in the hrst game ot to
day's double-header, but Winn shut
out tle visitors in the second con
test. St. Joseph won the first game.
20 to 5, but lost the lecond, 2 to 0.
Score First game:
8T. JOSEPH I DES KOINES
AB.H.O.E. AB.H.O.E.
Ollmore, If 6 3 1 Milan, If 510
I linas k, lo-p ossi
1 1 0 Coffey, 2b t 2 0
2 2 0 Conn 'y, 3b t 1 2 1
3 0 0 Breen, rf-o 4 11V
3 iiWa'r, crflb S 1 1
l 12 ii Winn, ef 113 0
3 7 s Hart'd, si 2 0 2 0
1 I uiAUison. p toio
IWblte'l. p 0 0 0 0
4 23 17 j Norman, p 3 0 0 0
!Boyd, rf looo
Totals 411417 3
St. Joseph 0 0 0 6 0 3 7 00
Des Moines 0 0100110 16
Two-base hits: Dolan (2), Bonowltx,
Williams. Hssbrook (2), Coffey. Three
base hits: Beall, Jackson. Sacrifice fly:
Ollmore, Hargrave.' Stolen bases: Oil
more, Hargrave, Milan, Hssbrook, Breen
(2). Left on bases: St. Josph, 12; Des
Moines, 11. Struck out: By Allison, 2;
by Williams, t. Bases on balls: Off
Allison, 1; off Whltehlll, 2; off Normsn. 4:
off Hssbrook, 1; off Williams. 2. Hit by
pitched ball: By Whltehlll (Williams and
Dolan), Hasbrook (Beall). Earned runs
and hits: Off Allison. 6, and 7 In three
and one-third; off Whltehlll, 1 and 4 In
one; off Norman, 7 and 9 In three; off
Hssbrook. 10 and 2 In one and one-third:
off Williams, 4 and 4 In nine. Losing
picener: Allison. Double plays: Walker
to Hartford to Walker: Hartford to Cof-
rey to walker; Volan to Hargrave to
Beall; Williams to Dolan to Beall. Um
pires: Day anld Freshwater. Time: 2:12.
Hargr'e. ss 6
Dolan. 3b t
Jacks'n, cf
Bono's, rf 6
Bruba'r, b 4
Beall, lb 6
Shestak, c 6
Wlllla's, p 6
Totals
ALEX THE GREAT
DEALS SHUT OUT
TO CARDINALS
Flack Helps Him Out by Hit
ting a Homer With
Alexander on
Bases.
St. Louis, July 27. Alexander was
in fine form and Chicago, turned
tables on St. Louis today, scoring a
4 to 0 shutout Flack hit a home
run in the third, which scored Alex
ander ahead of him. The score:
CHICAOO.
AB.H.OE
Flack, rf 4 110
Hol'char, ss 4 1 0
Magee, ef 2 110
Merkle, lb 4 0 IS 0
Pick, 2b 4 00
Deal, lb 110 0
Mann, If 8 12 0
Klllefer. c 2 0 10
Alex dsr, p 2 10 0
Totals 2 1 17 0
ST. LOUIS
AB.rf.O.E.
Smith, rf 4 0 10
Heathc e, ef 4
Stock, lb 4
Hornsby, lb 4
McHenry.lt 4
demons, o 4
Miller, lb
La van, as
Tuero. d
Sherdel, p
Schulta
Ames, p
Totals
0
II 6 27
Batted for Sherdel In eighth.
Chicago 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 04
St. Louis 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Two-base hit: Lavan. Home run:
Flack. Stolen bass: Deal. Sacrifice fly:
Klllefer. Double plays: "Miller and Lavan;
Clemons and Stock. Left on bases: Chi
cago, 1; St Louis, . Basss on balls: Off
Alexander, 1; off Tuero, 1; off Ames, 1.
Hits: Off Tuero, I In 4 1-1 Innings; off
Sherdel. 2 In I 1-1 Innings. Struck ou':
By Alexander, 6; by Tuero, 2; by Shejtiel,
1. Wild pitch: Tuero. Losing pitcher:
Tuero. t
Cincinnati Wins Two.
Cincinnati, O., July 27. The Reds won
both games of the double-header with
Pittsburgh today, before the largest crowd
of the season. In the first game Bailee
was hit hard, but received fast support,
while the Reds bunched hits successfully
off Ponder. The second game consisted
of only three Innings, being the continua
tion of the game of July t, which was
called at the end of the sixth Inning to
allow the Reds to catch a train for Bos
ton and which was protested by New York
The score First game:
Yesterday Muny
League Results
City latin.
MeCaffery Motor Co. forfeited to Union
Outfitting Co.
Mlckle Vlctrolaa forfaited to th Wlllard
Storage Battery.
Omaha Printing Co. forfeited to the
Bowen Furniture Co.
American League.
Universal Motor Co. forfeited to th
Faxton-Vlerllng.
First game Slgga Optical Co. , Sample-Harts
.
Second game Rlggs Optical Co. t, 8am-pla-Harta
1 (seven innings.)
Booster League. '
First game Trimble Brothers If, Leav
enworth Merchants 4. '
Second game World-Herald I, Leaven
worth Merchant 4.
No other game scheduled.
Inter-City League.
Harley-Dayjdson forfeited to Barding
Creamery Co.
Highland Park Pharmacy I, Beddoe 4.
No other gamea scheduled.
Gate City Leagae.
Hermansky Fharmaoy 1. Omaha Print
ing Co., Jrs., (.
Townsends 3, Beselln (.
No other games acheduled.
Greater Omaha League.
Brandeia Stores forfeited to Holmes
White Sox.
ST. JOSEPH.
AB.H.O.E
Ollmore, If 2
H'grave, ss I
Dolan, 2b 3
Jackson, cf 3
Bono'lti, rf 3
DES MOINES.
AB.H.O.E.
Milan, If 2 16 0
H'brook, lb 3 1 7 0
Coffey, 2b 2 0 3 0
Conn'ly, 3b 2 0 0 0
Breen, o 3 110
Walker, rf 2 12 0
Allison, cf 2 0 0 0
Hartford, ss 2 0 2 0
Winn, p 2 0 10
Totals 1 4 21 0
B' baker, 3b 3 1
Beall, lb 2 0
Crosby, o 2 0
Rose, p 2 1
Total 22 3 18 1
St. Joseph 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Des Moines 0 0 0 2 0 0 x 2
(Called In 7trr inning by agreement.)
Left on bases: St. Joseph, 2. Struck
out: By Winn. 1; by Rose, 2. Bases on
balls: Off Rose, 1. Hit by pitched ball:
Winn. (Gilmore). Wild pitch: Rose.
Earned runs: Des Moines, 1. Double plays:
Winn to Hartford to Hasbrook; Connolly
to Coffey to Hasbrook. Umpires; Fresh
water and Daly. Time. 1:10.
Oklahoma City Wins
Two Games on Sunday
Oklahoma City, July 27. Okla
homa City defeated Joplin twice to
day, winning the first game, 10 to 4,
and the second, 3 to 2, in 10 innings.
Score First game:
2 U
0 0
4 0
11
Totals 88 9 87
Sioux City ......... 00004002 x
Omaha 00002001 09
Two-base hits: Meloan, Eiffert, Shlnkle.
Defate, Spellman, Nohmldt. Sacrifice hit:
Burke. Double play: Eiffert to Brokaw.
Stolen bases: tioodwln, Moran (S), Bro
kaw. Baaea on balls: Off Lyons 8, off
Burko A. Struck out: By Lyons 5, by
Bnrke 8. Hits and earned runs: Off Ly
ons, 10 hits, 8 runs: oft Burke, 9 hits,
runs. Left on bases: Sioux City 8, Omaha
8. Time i 1:48. Umpire i Holme and
Booker.
Gregory Wins Both Games
for Wichita on Sunday
Wichita, July 27. Joe Wilhoit
formerly with the New York giants,
broke all iecords for consecutive
hitting when he cracked out a
double the first time up in the sec
ond of today's double-header. He
had previously hit in 45 games and
this brought his record up to 46
games beating the world's record
held by Jack Ness. Wichita fans
presented Wilhoit with a $600 purse.
LA ARMIDA
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Weather.
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sinon BROS.
' Distributors
JOPLIN.
AB.H.O.E.
r.anib. ss 4 14 1
Tho'son, 3b 3 2 2 0
Huls'ltt. lb 1 0 0 1
Boehler. lb 4 1 8 0
Collins, o 3 0 10
Brlebeck. e- 2 0 11
Hall, If 3 10 0
Smith, rf 4 2 3 0
Nutt. cf 3 0 11
Brandt, 2b 4 0 4 0
Marks, p 10 0 0
Burwelf, p 3 1 0 0
Total 36 1 24 4
Joplin
Oklahoma City ....
Two-base hits
OKLAHOMA CITY.
AB.H.O.E.
Lindl'ore, ss 6 3 2 0
Griggs, rf 4 2 2 0
Falk. If 6 2 2 0
Adams, lb 4 13 0
Griffin, ef 3 3 3 0
Bensen, 2b 3 0 2 0
Griffith, o 4 13 0
Sp'tser, 3b 4 10 0
Meadows, p 4 2 0 1
PITTSBURGH.
AB.H.O.E.
BlBbee. cf 4 14 1
Caton 10 0 0
Burba re, 3b 4 3 0 0
South' th, If 4 110
Stengel, rf 3 2 10
Cutsh'w, 2b 4 1 3 0
Moll'lta, lb 4 0 14 0
Terry, ss 4 0 11
Lee, c 4 2 0 0
Ponder, p 2 10 0
Mayer, p 0 0 0 0
xNlcholson 10 0 0
CINCINNATI.
AB.H.O.E.
Rath, 2b 4 12 0
Daubert, lb 4 1 9 0
Uroh, 3b 3 2 3 1
Roush, cf 4 12 0
Neale, rf 4 16 0
Kopf, ss 4 111
Bressler, If 4 2 4 0
Wlngo. c 4 110
Sallee, p 3 0 0 0
Totals 34 10 27 2
Total 36 11 24 2
Batted for Blgbe in ninth.
x Bat ted for Mayer In ninth.
Pittsburg 1 0 002000 03
Cincinnati 00010130 x 5
Two-base hit: Bressler. Three-base hit:
Stengel. Stolen bases: South worth, Cut
shaw. Sacrifice fly: Stengel. Double play:
Oroh (unassisted.) Left on bases: Pitts
burgh 7, Cincinnati 6. Bases on balls: Off
Ponder 1. Hlta: Off Ponder 8 In 6 1-3 In
nings; off Mayer 2 In 1 2-3 Innings. Struck
out: By Sallee 1. Passed ball: Wlngo.
Losing pitcher: . Ponder.
Second gamei
PITTSBURGH I CINCINNATI
AB.H.O.E. AB.HO.fi.
Btgbee, cf
Terry, ss
Nlcho'n, If
South'h, rr o l
Cuts'w, 2b 4 3 0
Caton. 3b 2 0
Barba'e, 3b 2 1 0
Moll's, lb 3 0 13
Schmidt, o 2 0 0
Lee, c 10 3
Carlson, p 2 1 1
xStengel 10 0
Hamll'n, p 0 0 0
3 0 8 0 Rath, 2b 2 11
4 0 1 OlDaubert, lb 3 0 13 0
3 2 2 01 Qroh, 3D 3 13 0
0 Roush, cf 4 0 2 0
0 Magee, rf 0 0 10
(t I Neale, rf 4 2 0 1
0 Kopf, ss 2 0 10
0 Bressler. If 4 0 10
M Wlngo, c 2 110
URarlden. c 3 13 0
UlRuether, p 3 2 1 u
0
Totals 20 8 27 1
Total 3 16 27 1
01210000 04
33400001 z 10
Griffith, Meadows, Llnd
imore. Griffin. Griggs. Burwell. Boehler.
Three-bass hits: Falk, Llndlmore, Smith.
Stolen bases:. Llndlmore (2), Griggs (2),
Hulawltt. Thompson. Sacrifice hit: Ben
sen. Sacrifice fly: Hall. Double play:
Burwell, Lamb and Boehler. Struck out:
By Meadows, 7; by Burwell, 2. Base on
balls: Off Meadows. 4; off Marks. 1; off
Burwell. 1. Hits: Off Marks. 2 in 2 2-3
Innings; off Burwell, t In 3 1-3 Innings.
Left on bases: Oklahoma City, 6; Joplin,
9. Wild pitch: Marks. Charge defeat to
Marks. Time, 2:16. Umpire: Shannon.
Second game
TULSA.
AB.H.O.E.
Roche. 2b 6 1
Tho'son, cf 3 1
Slattery. lb 4 1
Dllti. If 4 1
Clevel'd. 3b 3 1
Davis, rf 4 0
Tlerney, ss 4 2
Manlon, c 4 2
Bayne, p 4 1
WICHITA.
AB.H.O.E.
Wilhoit, cf 6 4 1 0
Wash'n, 2b 2 0 6 0
McBrlda, If 3 0 1 0
Mueller, lb 4 2 12 1
Newasha, rf 6 2 1 0
Taryan. o 4 12 0
Berger, a 6 2 3 0
Marr. 3b 4 3 11
Gregory, p 110 0
Total 36 14 27 2
Total 36 10 24 21
Tulsa 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11
Wichita 03489(00 z 14
Two-base hits: Wilhoit, Dllta, Newasha
(2). Marr, Mueller (2). Three-base hit:
Berger. Home run: Taryan. Sacrifice
hits: McBrlde, Mueller, Washburn (2).
Double plays: Wilhoit to Berger; Wash
burn to Berger to Mueller. Loft on bases:
Wichita, 6; Tulsa, 9. Bases on balls: Off
Bayne, 1; off Gregory, 1. Hit by pitched
ball: Warhburn, McBrlde, Taryan. Struck
out: By Gregory, 2; by Bayne, . Time,
1:60. Umpires: Jacobs and Myers.
Jim Jeffries States
That Dempsey Should
Make Fine Ring Record
Los Angeles, Cal., July 27. "De
spite all the men who have gone be
fore him, Jack Dempsey is in line
to make pugilistic history that will
live forever."
This was the comment of James
J. Jeffries, formerly world's heavy
weight champion, on the victory of
Jack Dempsey over Jess Willard at
Toledo, O., when Dempsey annexed
the highest honors of the squared
circle.
"The record he has made in the
past four years," said the ex-champion,
"with his sleep-producing
punches, is one of the marvels of the
prize ring and stamps him as a
pugilist with hitting powers such as
few champions have possessed since
glove contests succeeded the days
of bare knuckle fights."
After comparing Dempsey's ring
record with other pugilists who wore
the coveted belt, Jeffries said:
"Some of the old-timers declare
that Bob Fitzsimmons was the hard
est puncher in ring history. But,
great as was old Fitz's record, the
list of knock-out he hung up was
not as long as that which Dempsey
compiled in four short years."
"Fitzsimmons," continued Jeff
ries, "was credited with 24 knock
outs, while Dempsey has ended 45
bouts with the count of 10."
Today's Calendar of Sports.
Baring t Bmnrner meeting of Empire
City Racing Assoriatloa at Vonkers, N. Y.
Golf: Canadian open golf championship
tournament at Hamilton, On.
Tennis: 'Western championship and sec
tional doubles opens at Kansas City.
Southwestern championship and sectional
double open at Dallas, Middle State
sectional doubles opens at Seabrtght, N. i.
Western Mlrhigaa championship open at
Minnedoaa, Man.
Boxing: Jack Brttton T. Ted Lewi,
a rouotis, as eney illy, rfoey fox t.
Johnny Kilbane, rounds, at Philadelphia.
Jock Mnlone vs. Bryan Downey, 15 rounds,
at Columbus, O. Frankle Rrowa rs fee
toa Brown. 10 rounds, at Buffalo,
Total 81 7 34 01
Batted for Carlson In eighth.
Pittsburgh 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 01
Cincinnati 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 x 3
Two-base hits: Rath. Rariden. Three
base hits: Neale, Ruether. Stolen base:
Cutshaw. Sacrifice hits: Rath, Kopf.
Sacrifice fly: Daubert. Doubli play: Rath
to Daubert. Left on bases: Pittsburgh, 6;
Cincinnati. . Base on balls: Off Rueth
er, 2; off Carlaon, 4. Hits: Off Carlson,
4 In 7 Innings: off Hamilton, 2 in 1 Inning.
Struck out: By Rsuthr. 3; by Carlson, 2.
Wild pitch: Hamilton. Losing pitcher:
Carlson.
ATHLETISC WIN
DECIDING GAME
FROM SENATORS
Philadelphia Signalizes Its
Last Appearance in Wash
ington by Decided
Victory.
Washington, July 27. Philadel
phia won the last and deciding
game of the series from Washing
ton today, 3 to 2, It was the last
appearance of tfie Athletics here
this season. The score:
PHILADELPHIA.
AB.H.O.E.
Kopp, If 2 12 0
Thomas, 3b 4 0 0 0
Walker, cf 4 2 3 0
Burns, lb 4 1 12 0
Perkins, ss 4 1 2 1
Turner. 2b 4 0 6 0
McAvoy. c 4 0 1 0
Burrus, rf 3 0 10
Rogers, p 4 2 10
Totals 33 7 27 1
WASHINGTON.
AB.H.O.E.
Judge, lb 4
Foster, 3 b 4
Menosky, If 3
Rice, rf 4
Murphy, cf 4
Plclnlch, c 4
Shanks, ss 3
Leonard, 2b 4
Za chary, t 0
Johnson, p 1
Totals 31 0 27 4
Phllsdelphia 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 3
Washington 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 02
Two-base hits: Perkins, Leonard,
Walker. Three-base hit: Judge. Stolen
base: Burns. Sacrifice hits: Burrus,
Menosky. Jolinson. Double play: Thomss
to Turner to Burns. Left on bases: Phila
delphia, 0; Washington, 7. Bases on balls:
Off Zachary, 2; off Rvgers. 3. Hits: Off
Zachary. 4 in I Innings; off Johnson, 3 In
4 Innings. Struck out: By Zachary, 1;
by Johnson. 3; by Rogers, 1. Losing
pitcher: Johnson.
Browns Beat Sox.
Chicago, July 27. St. Louis evened up
the series with Chicago today when four
local pitchers were unable to hold the
visitors, who won 11 to 6. J. Collins and
K. Williams featured the playing with one
handed catches. The jicore:
UHILAUO
AB.H.O.E.
J.Co's. rf-cf 4 2 3
E. Colll's, 2b 4 1 3
Weaver, ss 0 3 3
Jackson, If 5 0 0
Felsch. cf 2 0 1
Llebold. rf 1 0 1
ST. LOUIS.
AB.H.O.E.
Austin, 3b 4 2 2 0
Oedeon, 2b 3
Jac'bson, If 6
Slsler. lb 4
K. Will's, cf 3
Smith, rf 5
Oerber. ss 4
Scvereld, c 6
Well man. p 1
Sothoron, p 3
Totals 37 14 27 0
OlRisberg, lb 3 1 10
McM'lln, 3b 4 0 1
Lynn, c 3 2 8
C. Willis's, p 0 0 0
McClellan 10 0
Lowder'k, p 1 0 0
Danforth, p 0 0 0
K.err, p a u v
Totals 35 8 27 2
Brooklyn Loses,
Brooklyn, July ,27. Luderus' bat
ting featured Philadelphia's victory
over Brooklyn today, 4 to 2. His
triple and two doubles accounted for
three Quaker tallies. The score:
PHILADELPHIA.
AB.H.O.E
B'ncroft, s 4
Black's, 2b 4
Willis's, cf 4
Meusel, rf 4
Luderus, lb 4
Whltted, If 4
Sicking, 2b 4
Tr'gesser. c 3
O.Smith, p 3
Packard, p 1
BROOKLYN.
AB.H.O.E.
Olson, ss 4 3, 3 0
John'on, 2b 3 0 1 0
Oriffith, rf 3 12 0
Hickman, rf 1 0 1 0
Z.Wheat, If 3 0 3 0
Myers, cf 3 0 8 0
Konet'y, lb 4 0 9 0
Kllduff, 3b 0 0 0 0
Malone, 3b 4 2 10
M.Wheat, o 3 0 4 0
Cadore, p 2 0 0 0
S.Smith, p 0 0 0 0
Mitchell 10 0 0
xSchmandt 10 0 0
zKrueger 10 0 0
Totala 35 10 27 1 Total 33 6 27 0
Batted for Cadore In seventh.
xBatted for M. Wheat in ninth.
iBatted for 8. Smith In ninth.
Philadelphia 0 3 1 0 0 1 0 0 04
Brooklyn 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 02
Two-base hits: Williams. Luderus (3),
Malone. Three-base hit: Luderus. Home
run: Oriffith. Stolen bases: Williams,
Olson. Left on bases: Philadelphia, 5;
Brooklyn, 7 Bases on balls: Off G.
Smith, 3; off Cadore. 1. Hits: Off O.
Smith, t In 0 2-3 Innings; off Packard, 0
In 2 1-3 Innings; off Cadore. 3 In 7 In
nings; oft 8. Smith, 2 In 2 innings. Struck
out: By O. Smth. 4; by Packard, 2; by
Cadore. 4; by 8. Smith. 1. Wild pitch:
Cadore. ' Winning pitcher: Oi Smith.
Losing pitcher: Cadore.
Giants Beat Boston.
New York. July 27. New Tork made
It three out of four from Boston here
today, winning the laat game of the
serie by a score of S to 2. Benton, New
York' first pitcher, was wild, but
Barnes hld his former teammatea to one
scratch hit in five Innings. The score:
BOSTON. I NEW TORK.
AB.H.O.E AB.H.O.E.
Bosckel, 3b 3 0 1 3 Burns. If 3 3 3
i 2 o young, rf
Batted for C. Willlama In third.
St. Louli 2 0 2 1 8 0 0 1 0 II
Chicago 0 0 1 4 0-0 0 0 0 5
Two-base hits: Jacobson, Lynn, J. Col
lins. Sothoron. Three-base hits: Slsler, J.
Collins, Jacobson. Stolen bases: Sisler,
Weaver. Sacrifice hits: Oedeon (2).
Sacrifice flies: K. Williame, Slsler. Dou
ble plays: McMullln to E. Collins to Rls
berg. Left on bases: St. Louis, 7; Chi
cago, 3. Bases on balls: Off Wellman, 3:
off C. Williams, 1; off Lowdermllk. 8; off
Sothoron. 2. Hits: Off C. Williams. 4 in
3 innings; off Lowdermllk, 0 in 1 Inning
and none out 'in fifth; off Danforth, 3 in
1-3 Inning; off Kerr, 5 In 4 2-3 Innings;
off Wellman, 6 la 3 2-3 Innings; off Soth
oron, 4 in 5 1-3 Innings. Struck out: By
C. Wlllisms, 2: by Wellman. 2; by Soth
oron, 1. Winning pitcher: Sothoron. Los
ing pitcher: Lowdermllk.
Boland Wins for Detroit.
Cleveland, July 27. Detroit made It
three out of four from Cleveland by
winning, 2 to 1. Boland pitched and won
his second game of the series, holding
Cleveland to four hit. The score:
DETROIT I CLEVELAND
AB.H.O.E AB.H.O.E.
Bush, ss 8 10 0 Gransy, If 4
Toung, 2b 3 11 0Chap'n, ss 4
Cobb, cf 4 2 3 V Speaker, cf 8
Veach, If 10 2 : Smith, rf 4
Hell'n, lb 3 1 11 OiOardner, 3b 4
Shorten, rf 8 1 4 0 Wamb's, 2b 3
Jones. 3b 4 13 ljjohn'n, lb 3
Alnam'h, c 2 1 2 olO'Nelll, a
Boland, p 3 0 1 U) Myers, p
iCoveis e, p
Total It 8 27 1
sHarris
xJamllson
0 1
2 13
0 I
0 1
0 0
0 0
0 0
Herxogr. 2b 2
Ka'gs. rr-cr
Smith, cf 1
MeQ'len, rf 1
Holke, lb 4
Cruise, If 4
M'nvllle, a 4
Oowdy, o 0
Wilson, o i
Keating. P 4
Scott, rt 2
0 1
1 1
0 2
0 11
0 2
0 1
0 0
0 2
1 0
1 1
Total 31 4 34 4
Fletcher, ss
Doyle 2b
Kauff. cf
Zim'an, 3b
Chase, lb
Snyder, c
Benton, p
Barnes, p
0 3
2 1
0 4
2 2
0 0
2 14
1 1
0 0
0 0
Total 31 0 27 1
Boston 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2
New Tork 2 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 x 5
Two-baa hit: Snyder Three-base hit:
Burns: Stolen bases: Herxug, Kauff.
Sacrlfic hit: Benton. Doub's play:
Boeckel and Herzog. Left on baaea: New
York, S; Boston 3. Bases on balls: Off
Benton, 5; off Barnes, 1; off Keating, 2.
Hits: Off Benton, I In 4 innings (none
out in fifth); off Barnes. 1 in I innings.
Struck out: By Benton. 1; by Keating, 1
Winning pitcher: Benton.
Morse Bluff Team Defeats
Fremont by Score 7 to 13
Fremont, Neb., July 27. (Special
Telegram.) Fremont's ball team's
winning streak was stopped at sev
en straight Sunday when Morse
Bluff defeated the locals, 7 to 3. It
is the second time Morse Bluff has
defeated the local team. Wigington
and Urban were the battery for
Morse Bluff and Smith and Gill for
Fremont .
Southern Association.
At Chattanooga, 4-0; New Orleans, 3-1.
At Nashville, I; Mobile, 3.
At Memphis, 3; Birmingham, T,
At Little Rock. 1; Atlanta, IS.
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Ad in The Omaha' Bee.
Totala 23 4 27 0
Batted for Myera in eighth.
xRan for Harris In eighth.
Detroit 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 12
Cleveland 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 01
Two-base hits: Cobb. Jones, Johnston,
Chapman, Boland. AInsmlth, Myers, Cove
leakie. O'Neill. Three-base hit: Johnston
Stolen base: Harris. Sacrifice hits:
Young, Shorten, Veaeh. Johnston, Speaker.
Sacrifice fly: O'Neill. Double play:
Chapman and Johnston. Left on bases:
Detroit, 6; Cleveland, 4. Bases on balls:
Off Bolsnd, 1; off Myers, 4. Hits: Off
Myers, J In 8 Innings; off Coveteekle, 2
In 1 Inning. Hit by pitcher: By Myers
(Veach). Struck out: By Boland, 2; by
Myers, 1. Passed balls: O'Neill, AIn
smlth. Losing pitcher: Coveleskle.
Greenwood Beats Fremont.
Greenwood, Neb.-, July 27. (Spe
cial.) Greenwood defeated the Fre
mont Independents here today by a
score of 14 to 2. The Ernie Holmes
play here next Sunday. Score:
R. H. B.
Greenwood ...0 0008 803 014 12 2
Fremont 00000200 0 2 5 7
Batteries: Miller and Towle; Burch,
Fulllngton and Snyder. t
Famous Painter Dies.
London, July 27. The death is
announced of Sir Edward John
Poynter, president of the royal
academy.
AMATEUR TEAMS
WIND UP LEAGUE
SEASONSUNDAY
Contests Close in Majority of
Organizations; Large Crowds
See Games Despite Hot
Weather.
By WILLIAM 0. BLOZIES.
1919 Champions.
Church League Pearl Memorials.
Commercial League Iten Biscuit
Co.
City League Union Outfitting Co.
Booster League World-Herald.
Inter-City League Highland Park
Pharmacy.
Omaha's 1919 amateur baseball as
sociation, the first under the aus
pices of the Municipal Amateur
Baseball association, was officially
ended yesterday, when the City,
class B, Booster and Inter-City,'
class C leagues wound up their play
ing schedule. ,
In the City league, the oldest cir
cuit, in iocal amateur baseball cir
cles, the Union Outfitting Co., won
the pennant by winning 12 out of
14 games, while in the Booster
league, the World-Herald copped
the flag by defeating the Leaven
worth Merchants, by a score of S to
4, and the Highland Park Pharma
cies carried off first honors in the
Inter-City league, by taking the
Beddeos into camp, by a 5 to 4
score, thereby winning 13 games out
of 15. The newspaper lads lost but
one game out or 12.
Races Close.
The races in all three of these
above mentioned leagues were hard
fought until the last contests were
played, especially in the Booster
league, where yesterday's contest
settled the race. Had the World
Herald team lost to the Leaven
worth Merchants the race would
have been a tie between them and
the Trimble Brothers, who finished
in second place, only one game be
hind the leaders. The Trimbles also
defeated the Leavenworth Mer
chants, by a 12 to 4 score.
In both games the Leavenworth
Merchants scored but eight runs,
while their opponents scorer a to
tal of 17. The Trimbles had an
easy time with their opponents,
while the Herald crew won the
game in the final stanza, when their
heavy artillery started the fire
works. All games in the City league were
forfeited yesterday, the Union Out
fitters winning from the McCaffrey
Motor.on account of the latter team
going out of town. The Willard
Storage Battery jvon a forfeit from
Mickels Victrolas and the Bowen
Furnitures likewise frop the Omaha
Printing Co. Both the Mickles and
Printing Co. teams disbanded.
Although the Gate City league,
a class C circuit also closed their
season yesterday, the race finished
in a tie for first honrs between the
Omaha Printing Juniors and the
Townsend Gun Co. The former, who
were expected to win easily lost to
the Hermansky Pharmacy, while
the Gunners won a shut-out game
from the Beselins by a score of 2
to 0.
Big Surprise.
The Hermansky Pharmacy's vic
tory over the Juniors was one of
the biggest surprises in the history
of amateur base ball, as it was pre
dicted by many of the followers
that the Juniors would be the 1919
winners, although the members of
the team and Manager Cruickshank
looked for a hard fought game.
The Hermansky lads played one
of the best games in their career,
aud their fielding was of "big
league" style. Elmer Johnson, who
was on the mound for the Juniors,
pitched great ball, allowing but six
hits and sending 16 of the Pharmacy
lads back to the bench via the strike
out route, while his teammates se
cured nine hits off of Stanley Kre
jic. Krejic whiffed but six. The
Omaha Prints lineup was somewhat
crippled on account of Ray Gold
berg, the star catcher, being out of
town. Laux, a utility outfielder,
who played right field for the Jun
iors, played a sensational game. The
final score was 8 to 6.
Members of the Townsend team
rejoiced over the victory for the
Hermanskys, as it gives them a
chance to play the Juniors next
Sunday.
Joe Ort, the crack southpaw of
the Townsends, allowed the Beselins
but three hits and struck out IS
men, while Jesse Baker, on the
mound for the cigar makers, whiffed
nine men, and was touched for sev
en hits. The fifth frame brought
victory for the Gunners, when Pitch
er Ort reached first base on an
overthrow at first, stole second and
scored when Manager John Satrapa
sent a smashing triple to center field.
Chleborad to Pitch.
Pitcher Chleborad, who has been
the mainstay of the Print Juniors,
has defeated the Townsends three
times this season, once with the
Vinton Merchants and twice with
his present teammates, no doubt
will be on the mound next Sunday
when the race for first honors will
be settled.
The Riggs Optical Co., leaders of
the American league, added a double
aAmateur1 Standings
AMATEUR STANDINGS,
Greater Omaha Leag-ue.
P.
W.
3
3
1
0
Murphy-Pld-Ita 2
noimes white Box.. 3
Nebraska Power Co 3
Brandels Store 3
City League.
p.
Union Outfitting Co 14
Bowen Furniture C 13
McCaffrey Motor Co 14
Willard Storage Battery. 13
Mlckle Vlctrolaa 14
Omaha Printing Co 14
American League.
P. W.
Klggs Optical Co 12
Paxton-Vlerllnga Co 13
Sampla-Harts 18
Universal Motor Co 11
J. B. Roots 10
American Railway Bach. 8
Booster Imiiu,
P. W.
World -Herald 13
Trimble Brother 13
Ramblers 10
Maney Milling Co T
Benson Merchant 11
Leavenworth Merchant. .11
Dally New
Oat City League.
P. w.
Omaha Print Jrs. 15
Townsends. It
Hermansky Pharmacy. . .14
McKenney Dentist 13
Beselins 14
Reno Blllard Parlors. .. ,14
Inter-City League,
P. W,
Highland Park Phsr....U
Harding Creamery Co... IS
Beddeoa 16
Harley-Davldsons IS
Curo Mlnsrsl Springs. .. .14
John Day Rubber Co.... 14
W.
13
10
11
10
8
8
4
3
0
13
12
S
4
2
13
11
L.
0
1
2
8
L.
2
4
t
T
t
14
L.
2
3
4
t
8
L.
1
3
4
4
7
8
I
L.
3
3
t
1
10
12
L.
3
4
4
T
12
13
Pet.
1000
.67
.333
.000
Pel.
.867
.602
.043
.442
.27
.000
Pot.
.883
,780
.638
.486
.100
.000
Pot.
.817
.833
.400
.429
.304
.273
.000
Pet.
.800
.800
.600
.417
.288
.143
Pet.
.867
.733
.600
.(33
.143
.071
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victory to their credit when they
took the Sample-Harts to a trim
ming.'winning the first game, 9 to 6,
and the second, 3 to 1, in seven in
nings. The first contest started
from the third frame with the Sample-Harts
one run to the good, as
this was a protested game, which
was played in the earlier part of the
season, but was called on account of
rain. The directors of the Muny
association ordered the game to start
from that frame. The Sample-Harts
in the first game scored another run,
giving them a two-run lead. In the
fourth the Riggs evened up matters
by scoring a pair, when, with one
on, Mohoney drove out a home run.
The Harts scored again in the sixth,
but the Riggs scored when Rokusek
sent out a home run to center field
with two men on. Two more were
made in the eighth and ninth by the
Riggs. In the last half of the ninth,
with two men on, Jack Krejic drove
out a home run, scoring both run
ners ahead of him.
Bill Goodro pitched both games
for the Sample-Harts, while Roku
sek and Manager Jim Baumgardner
hurled in both of the games for the
Optical lads. In the first game the
Sample-Harts secured but six hits,
While the Riggs made 11 off Goodro,
and in the second one the motor
crew were only able to drive out one
bingle off Rokusek in five innings.
Baumgardner hurled the sixth and
seventh frames for his team.
Pitche Great Ball.
Rokusek pitched remarkable ball
in both games and is looked for by
the followers to prove a hero in the
city series. Yates for the Riggs had
his batting rags on, driving out two
three-baggers in the first contest
and made several doubles and a
triple in the second. Although Good
ro, who was not allowed by the
managers of the American league,
pitched for the Harts, and the
games were played under protest,
but since the Optical boys won, the
protests have been withdrawn.
John Gonding, chief of the um
pires, how officiated, was slightly
overcome by heat, and Art Moran
umpired part of the second contest.
Gonding, however, finished the final
innings.
Regardless of the temperature
hovering around the 100 mark, a
large crowd was on hand to witness
the final games of the season. The
Paxton-Vierlings were awarded a
forfeit game from the Universal
Motor team, on latter failing to ap
pear, and are but a game behind the
leaders. The American league will
wind up their season next Sunday
with the Riggs and the Paxton
Vierlings crossing bats.
The Holmes White Sox were
awarded a forfeit game from the
Brandeis Store team on account of
the latter club disbanding.
The Church and Commercial
leagues, both Saturday afternoon or
ganizations, closed the season with
the Pearl Memorials and the Iten
Biscuit Co. pennant winners in their
respective loops.
FIVE EVENTS ON
COLUMBUS CARD
EARLY CLOSERS
Three of Number . for Trot
ters and Two for Pacers;
Colt Races- Among
Late Closers.
With The Bee Juniors
Division 1.
W.
10
9
(
6
5
i 3
2
Pet.
.009
.818
.818
.66
.455
..273
7 .222
0 11 .000
6; Charles
Street
W. L. Pet.
Suburban 11
West Dodae Dairy 11
Woodmen of the World. .. .lie
Locust Street Merchants, .11
Kalman Insurance Co 11
Fort Omaha Merchants. .. .11
Charles Street Merchants. .11
R. A Ms 11
Yesterday' Results,
Kalman Insurance company,
Street Merchants, 1.
R. A. Ms torfeited to Locust
Merchants.
Suburbss. JO: Fort Omaha Merchants. 0.
Woodmen of the World, 15; West Dodite
Dairy, 2. (Game played under protest.)
Division S.
P.
Farnem Candy Company.. 11
Dorcas Street Stars 11
Leavenworth Mer's, Jrs... 10
Omaha Taxi 10
Omaha Bee 10
Slogr Juniors 10
Yesterday's Results.
Farnam Candy Company, 13; Leaven
worth Merchants. Juniors, 4. v
Omaha Taxi forfeited to the Dorcas
Street Stars.
No other games scheduled.
Tonight's Games.
Fontenelle Park-Omaha Taxi against
Leavenworth Merchants, Jrs., 6:30 p. m.
Division 3.
W. L. Pet.
12 0 1.000
10 3 .833
7 B .683
6 7 .417
2 10 .167
1 11 .083
10 1
10 1
4
5 5
1 9
O'lO
.909
.909
.600
.8(10
.100
.000
Meyers Bear Cats 12
Rlvervlew Cubs 12
Walnut Hill Merchsnts 12
Deer Park Ramblers 12
Krug Park Sluggers 12
Lake Street Merchants 12
Yesterday's Results.
Meyers Bear Cats 19: Lake Street Mer
chants, 0; (seven Innings).
ivrug rarit Sluggers forfeited to Rlver
vlew Cubs. i
Deer Park Ramblers forflted to Wal
nut Hill Merchants, and the Walnut Hill
Merchants forfeited to the Rlvervlew
Cubs.
But five games were staged by the
youngsters of the three divisions of the
Bee Junior Base Ball association. yesterday
morning, while the remaining contests
were of forfeit order.
Bv shutttnv out the Fnrt nmhi f r
chants fty a 10 to 0 score, the Suburbaa
took first place in division 1, while the
West Dodge Dairy, who were tied with the
Suburban, went Into a tie for second place
wttn tne wooaman or tne worm team as
the result of the lodgemen'e IS to i vic
tory over the dairy lads.
Robinson's home run drive, with two
men on, in the seventh Inning won the
game for the Kalman Insurance Co. crew
against tne Charles street Merchants. The
score was 6 to 1. The Locust Street Mer
chants were awarded a forfeit game from
the R. A. M's.
The Farnam Carrdy Co. and the Dorcas
Street Stars still keep In a tie for first
honors In division 3 as the result of yes
terday's outcome. The Candy boys de
feated the Leavenworth Merchant juniors
by a 13 to 4 score, while the Omaha Taxi's
failed to appear In their schedule game
with the Dorcas Street Stars.
Columbus, 0., July 27. Five of
the 19 events which will be raced
for at the midsummer Grand Cir
cuit meeting that will open Monday
are early closers. All of them are
for aged horses, three being tor
trotters and two for pacers. As the
two and three-year-olds will appear
in late closers, Natalie the Great
which has been winning all of the
former and trotted in 2:10"4 at To
ledo, will not get a start, whHe Geers
will have an opportunity to show in
front with Dudette. As for the
three-year-olds, the returns from
Toledo, where McDonald won his
first race this year with Little Lee,
shows that there are a number of
them that can trot in 2:10, even if
the pair that won at Cleveland fin
ished outside of the money.
At present it looks as if Cox had
the winning tag on the events in
which he starts McGregor the Great
and Frank Dewey. The races of the
former at Kalamazoo and Toledo
show that his performance at Cleve
land, where he was beaten by Mar
iondale, was. not an accurate test of
his form. At Toledo he trotted three
heats below 2:06.
Frank Dewey has won all of his
races this season. When White
head came to him at Toledo with
Jack May, Cox turned on a little
more gas and after pacing two
heats in 2:02)4. stalled off Grace
Direct in the third in 2:0454. In the
Deshlcr purse on Thursday, Frank
Dewey will meet either Direct C.
Burnett or Sanardo from the Mur
phy stable, Wellington Direct, Gol
die Todd and The Darvester.
In the Southern Hotel purse which
will be trotted on Wednesday, Bres
cia, the winner of the Ohio, will
again meet Allie Lou, whose heat in
2:044 at Cleveland is the fastest
shown by a trotter this season, as
well as. Mignola, Peter Chenault,
Harrod's Creek, and Don de Lopez,
whose second to Peter Billiken in
2:05)4 at Toledo proves that he is a
better trotter than many expected
after his showing at Cleveland and
Kalamazoo.
The real battle between the trot
ters at Columbus, however, will be
seen in the Neal House purse on
Tuesday, when Royal Mack will
again meet Heir Reaper, The Tod
dler and Prince Loree. At Kalama
zoo, Heir Reaper won in 2:04-)4.
while at Toledo, Murphy showed in
front with Royal Mack in 2:04,
which is a new win race for the
Royal McKinney gelding. Stinson
also landed second in two heats with
The Toddler and won the third in
2:07.
The Elks purse for 2:05 pacers
will be raced on the opening day of
the meeting. The starters include
Jay Mack, Belle Alcantara, Sanardo,
and either Grace Direct or South
Ben Girl from the Foster stable. On
his showing at Toleda, there is a
chance of Jack Mack starting fav
orite. None of the others have been
tin to a winner in 2:02J4 but as all
of them have been winners, their
tabs sound better.
Armours Take Two
Games From Chicago
Union Giants Here
The Chicago Union Oiante were defeated
in both ends of a double-header by the
Armours yesterday at Rourke Park. A
large crowd saw the games.
In the first game Andy Graves' pitching
was too much for the Olants, as he only
allowed them 6 hits.
In the second game Pyck opposed Curry
on the mound and easily had the beat of It.
First gRme
Y. M. C. A. MAKES
REPORT OF MONEY
SPENT JOR WAR
War Work Council Shows Re
ceipts and Expenditures
- During the World's
Conflict.
ARMOURS'.
AB.H.O.E.
A.Or'ves, rf 4 2 3 0
Wlllla's, 2b 4 2 4 II
C coran, Sb 12 M
Dyke, lb 6 0 10
J.Col'ns, cf 3 1 1 0
M. Col'ns. ss 3 1 2 1
Reed. If 8 1 3 01
Lacy, c 3 14 0
Graves, p 4 10 0
UNION GIANTS.
AB H.O.E.
Turner, lb 3 1 10
Bingham, rf 4 1 1
And'son. ss 4 0 1
McNalr, cf
Coleman, o
Burch, If-p
Harney, ZD 4
Redd, 3b 4
M'ehall. p-lf 1
Hlnes. If 3
4 1 2
4 14
1 0
0 1
VI
0 0
Totals 83 11 14 81 Totals 33 0'28 1
Andy Graves out on Infield fly.
Giants 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2
Armours 0 1 2 0 0 2 0 1 X 6
Two-base hits: Turner, Andy Graves,
M. Collins. Three-base hit: Coleman.
Sacrifice hits: Corcoran, Lacy. Sacrifice
fly: Burch, Left on bases: Armours, 10;
Giants, 6. Passed ball: Coleman. Wild
pitch: Marshall. Struck out; By Graves,
2; by Marshall 2; by Burch, 1. Bases on
balls: Off Marshall, 3; off Burch, 2; off
Graves, 1. Stolen bases: Redd. Al Graves,
Williams, Bingham. Double play: Ander
son to Turner to Redd. Time: 1:46. Um
pires: McQuade and Graves.
Second game:
ARMOURS. I UNION GIANTS.
AB.H.O.E. AB.H.O.E.
A.Gr'ves.Vf 3 0 0 O Turner, 0 4
Wlllla's, 2b 2 1 1 o Bingham, rf 4
Cnr'ran, 3b 3 3 .1 OlAnd'snn, ss 8
Dyke, p 10 1 OlMcNsir, cf 4
J.Col'ha, cf 3 0 2 OjColeman, lb 2
M. Col'ns, ss 3
Reed, lb 3
Lacy, If 3
Donovan, c 3
0 0 0
ISO
0 11
0 6 1
Burch. If 3
Haynes, 2b 3
Redd, 3b 3
Marshall, p 0
Curry, p 2
2 0
2' 1
Totals 24 (1 31 Totals 2) 3 18 S
Giants 0 S 0 0 0 0 18
Armours 3 1 0 0 1 0 z 5
Three-base hit: Corcoran. Sacrifice
hit: Williams, Dyke. Left on bases: Ar
mours, 5. Passed ball: Donovan. Struck
out: By Curry, 8. Bases on balls: Off
Marshall, 1; off Curry, 1. Stolen bases;
J. Collins, M. Collins (2), Reed, Anderson,
Turner. Double play: Corcoran (unassisted).
New York, July 27. First de
tailed accounts of the receipts and
expenditures of the Young Men's
Christian Association, made public
here today by the organization's
National War Work Council finance
committee, show that $125,282,859
was received between April 26, 1917,
and March 31, 1919. Total expendi
tures aggregated $97,817,005 in the
period named, it is stated, leaving a
balance of $27,465,854, a sum esti
mated to be sufficient to carry on
the work here and abroad until next
December 31.
Accrrding to the figures, which ,
appear over the signatures of
George V. Perkins, chairman of
the committee, Cleveland H.
Dodge, treasurer of the War Work
council, and H. W. Wilmot, comp
troller, slightly more than two per
cent of the total funds contributed
by the American public were, ex
pended for religious purposes in
the United States and overseas,
while approximately 80 per cent
was devoted to the purchase, trans
portation and distribution of can
teen supplies and to entertainments,
education and athletic sports.
Free Athletic Supplies.
In addition to the provision of free
athletic supplies, which included,'
among other things, in the United
States camps alone, 557,096 baseballs
and 20,000 sets of boxing gloves, the
report says, the Y. M. C. A. dis
tributed $36,832,449 worth of mer
chandise. Of this merchandise $1,
794,771 worth, or approximately S
per cent, was given free to the
soldiers.
Of the $97,817,005 expended, it is
shown, more than $30,000,000 was
spent in the home camps, more than
$43,000,000 with the American Ex
peditionary Force abroad and $14,-
409,175 for work with th.e allied,
armies and prisoners of war. The
balance went for transportation and
other expenses. The statement ex
plains that the "Y" suffered a loss
of $1,478,084 in the operation of army
post exchanges and canteens which,
owing to the depreciation in values ,
of French and English currency and
conversion of the overseas figures
at market rates, resulted in a book
loss of $2,432,089.
The report, the committee makes
clear, is not final because the war
service of the Y. M. C. A., which
reached its maximum in March of
this year, is being continued in the.
United States and foreign countries.
Three war work campaigns for
funds, it points out, brought from
the American public $123,254,052 and
this amount, the report states, was
augmented to $125,282,859 by sums
from other sources.
Some idea of the magnitude of the
work accomplished by the organiza
tion is shown by the statement that
more than 97,000 concerts, vaudeville
performances and other entertain-
ments were staged by the "Y" in
American cantonments to an aggre
gate audience of 43,500,000 at a cost .
of $1,166,767. In addition, free mo
tion picture shows in the home,
camps necessitated an outlay of
$2,328,271.
Ejection of 950 huts for men in.
training camps on this eide cost $7,
698,984 and the outlay for mainte
nance was $3,965,736. "These build
ings," says the report, "were centers
of religious, educational, . entertain
ment and athletic activities for all
men who passed through the camps
on their way overseas or who used
the centers through the period cov
ered by the report and are still using
them."
American Association.
-First gams:
R. R. t..
,380
1 v4 S
Schauer and Henry; Davis
At Loulsvllli
Minneapolis . .
Louisville . .
Batteries:
nil Tfftphnr.
Second game: R. H-
Minneapolis 1J J
Louisville
Batteries: Robertson and Owens; Ben
nett and Meyer.
At Toledo First game: R. K. C.
Milwaukee
Toledo T 1
Batteries: Northrop. Faeth and Huhn;
Sanders, Brady and Murphy.
Second game: R. H. B.
Milwaukee 0 4
Toledo 14 It S
Batteries: Nelson and Hiinn; Miljus,
McColl, Brady and M. Kelly.
At TndlanaDolls First came: R. H. E.
Kansas City I 1 1
Indianapolis S 4
Batteries: Evans and LaLonge; Hill.
Rogge and Leary.
Second game: R. H. E.
Kansas City 1 i 1
4
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t
Inriiananolla S
'Batteries: Allen, Haines and LaLonge;
Steele and Oossett.
At Columbus First game: R. H. B.
Columbus 12 0
St. Paul t S
Batteries: Wilkinson and Wagner; Nie
haus. Hall and McMehemy.
Second game : R. H. TB.
Columbus t 10 1
St Paul I 10 S
Batteries: Walker and Wagner; Mer
rltt, Browne, Hall and Hargrave, Mc-Menemy.
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