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THE BEE: OMAHA. WEDNESDAY, MAY 17. 1922.
Norfolk Wallops Grand Island State Leaguers in Swatfest by 12-9 Score 10 i i 1 f, Errors Costly to Islanders in First Game Uk Horn Pound Two Hurl ; en Hard-Chalk Up Five Scores In Initial Inning. :. Norfolk, Neb, May 1. In (((! before a null audience here today the tlk Horn on ilia nrt game from Grand Wand by t ie aeore el 12 to V. Schook opened l" cime (or the visitors and allowed time hit, which netting nine scores in five inning. whn he wi relieved l-y Newton. ... , In the ixth the Elk Horn loin bardrd Newton (or two louhlr and a ainglc. Speece held cut ("f Nor folk (or four inning, allowing but two insle(. I" the '( dti Kobcu's Mandrrt started hilling and he was relieved by Schmidt. Score: uaiu ii.ai j Miiriiiu 1H HA A Alt If. Until. Ik I irw, it i Hiitrf. Sk 4 9 Man. Ik l n if I t it-bull M M. Ail-lf. IT I ,-4lo.., 4 ll.tam, Ik 3 Biw P Vh,il!. I t k M. if 9 V..,fial. rf 1 n . w Kv.l.a. Ik 1 r... m v II . 4 hot,! a :h i a t it i i t a T-.!a sj i; :i til T"Ula SI IS R II Ivor or .....,, . a Or.nd l,lnd J t I J J J Vrf..lk 5 t 1 I. innings: Summary-Runs: il.tlp I2. tjkn. Verrrnstuff. ragan. Raiwri IS). hhook. Kton. Kturfcer U. wnser. Marr l.i. Run.. 13). Hchmltt Ml. M.AIpIn. Two ".M hl.a: b...t :.. M.rr S). R"UM 2 Roger. rhr-t hll! MrAlpm. 1 ..d hall: noli.ru Double pi): .M" Mrholwin C. Wier-Ieerty. tilt by pitched halli Havsllp. I.y Im-! lleearty. l.y Newton. First haw on error: Marker. Us on halla: Off 8i.M-a. S. off .vhiiil.lt. !: off Schoek. 9: off .Newton. . Struck out: Fly Schmidt. I: hy H.hook. I: by Newton. I. CaorlfUe hit: Wlsser. Hae-H-fio fly tlsysllii. Kiol.it base: Srhtitt. Left en bases: Norfolk, II: tirnd Wand. I. Krror: Mt UK Mrhoiaon, Kaon, Robert U), llegsrty. I'mplrt: Snyder. Tlma: 1:2a. Lincoln Unalde to Hit Former Buffalo Tlsatlns. Nb.. Way 1 tnshlllty In hit Wlglnston """t timely balling by Hastings save the homo l.m victory over Lincoln In tho opening a.m. hero toi'av. Manner Reiner of Lincoln was rul.rt off iha Krounda (ur prolaailnf a diK-lilnn. Brora: I.INCOIV. t HAaTIMiH. m it n u ah. rr. o. A W.ll.. If rin. m Wood, cf Vrfoj. tb HUck. rf Or. 2k t Itkcr, !b ronkr. a Vrtrrlg. p B.iity I ft 1 O'tnKfl.rf S 4 a: rvninn. 3 I 41 H Tr1ii. H I a 3 vniiina. e .1 a 3 (i n'l'n iii. lb 3 114 Kn... "h 10 I 'T.nm U 4 a n i rh.it. tf 11) Wlllnclnn. p I a 0 Oliraiit. p 1 T 'I III Tiil.lt TMll. 50 8 27 Bttd for Norrla In ninth. Bcora by Innlnn: ...... . r.mooln r. 2 ; ft 0 104 lln.tlnaa J I M H 0 x-tl Summary Buna: JtrCoy 4. Black. rvo, Rlnkar. Aman (2). Crann, Wlllota U. nolllnrorth, Knanp. Urban. Wi tncton (). Krrora: Orr (J). McCoy. Am.n. Orann, Knapp 2. Tomaa. ITom run: Amm. Thr.a-baaa hit: Wiglnaton. Tomca. To-b hlta: Conk.y. Tomca. Sacrifice hlta: Walla. Dye. Wllletk, Tomet, Urban. Tianton. Btolct baMa: Crann. Amm, Black. I.'ft on bac: Mncoln 1: Haat Inirs. . BaKB on halla: Off VIlnton 3: off Norrla. S : off Orant. 3. Struck out: By WldlnKton. 7: by Norrla, 3. Paaaed halla: Wlll.ia Conk.y UK lilt hy pitched Mil: Knapp, by Norrii. Umpire: Ht. thorno. . Dennison Ousts ; Two Amateurs t Johnny (Dynamol) Dennison, the ! "K. M. Landis of Omaha Amateur- - lom," exercised his first authority as supervisor of sandlot baseball yester j day when he suspended two players for violating muny rules. kf Chris ; Kcmmy., manager of the I .Knights of Columbus. was barred from the municipal diamonds for wrangling, and "Chug" Ryan, a po Jiceman who performs on theK. of C team, was ousted for trying to Jfftunch Umoire Wattlv in the face. Several W. O. W. players are unaer ire. ilynamo declared. Tha ntavara will nnt hi keot out season, Dennison said. As soon fes", they display due penitence they ;will be reinstated.- - . . Omaha Shooters to Enter State Tourney S Omaha will be represented at ths bU,l Vc-icLa . Stale shrinf at r . .it ,u . t - - - 5 JNorth Platte,, May 23, 24 and 25, by 3 vo squads ot guns, c Amonur the local sli ft ifcompete are Joe Dawson, Bruce S.Thorpe, Dierling, Isaac oye. rank Beard, Ray Kingslcy, "Bili" AlcCaffrev and McNamara.' 2 Shooting in the fourth trophy a vent will be orr the program at a aiie Ak-Sar-Ben traps next Sunday. 1 &yan Downey I Wins Over ODowd f Columbus. O.V May 16. Bryan f Downey, Cleveland middleweight, g won the referee's decision over Mike 1 O'Dowd. St. Paul, in a 12-round f . bout here last night. I Harris of Bennington I ; Hurls One-Hit Game 1 Bcnninirton defeated the Vinton Express nine at Bennington Sunday, S 6 to 1. Harris and Peterson com- i prised the battery for1 the victors, 3 Harris striking out 17 men and ai a lowinar but one hit. " p Bennington will play the Ramblers g next Sunday - I 252 Players Entered in Amateur Golf Championship fs London. Mav 16. A record field of 252 players is entered for the ama-, teur golf championship, which be t gins May 22 on the Prestwick links. ' Four American players, John G. Anderson of Siwanoy; George Dick- son, jr, national links: Donald Par I .son of Youngstown. and John D. Chapman of Greenwich, are entered. 52 Phi Chi Team Wins , The Phi Chi Nebraska Medical college fraternity baseball team wal loped the "nonfrat" club at Elmwood park yesterday by the score of 32 to 5. The game was played in the col lege "frat" league. this No game is scneduiea ior college ti afternoon because ot ine meet "Bill" Brennan Knocks Out Australian Heavy "Jim Three Home Runs Feature Wichita's .Win Over Tulsa Wit-bill. Kin.. May It. Thrra circuit drlvaa faaluiad Wichita's 7 to 4 victory over Tul.a ber today, ktcoic: TLUi. I WICHITA. AH H I). A I AH. H O. A Hannnt. If J I I 'Mmllh. cf I I 1 1 Hrtfrr. U D'Wadibara, Ik Kju. rf 0 Hl.kr.l.T. ir 3 Mt Mullan. T,H 4 M. IV.a-ll, !b 0' Ham. e 1 Kellara, p 01 1 3 I a L 3 t I I a t 3 a l t an., rr l.mb, cf lllrrll. b rtaiiman. 2b lct;innl m t 'ro.lt. ftttllcr. p Bluart 4 a a a a 4 i a 3 a a 3 3 3 4 i a 3 s a a a a I Toll 30 ( 27 11 T.tt.l. 33 f 24 10) Balled for Bothler In ninth. Bt ora by Innlnca: Tula.i a t 0 0 0 I t 0 t Wl.-hlta o a : 0 4 1 0 0 x J Summary Ttuna: Thompson. Lamb, Hnuutan U). lIKJInnla (2). Smith. Her- arer. Blakclcy, McDowell. Haley (21. hol lar. Krrora: Bcrner. Waahhurn. McMul- an. Sacrifice hlta: l.amb, Mi MulUn. I Two-haae hlta: Hcnnatt. Thompaun. Mc Ulnnla. Bochl.r, Hlakaaley. Kh1. Homo runa: 3ftHllnnia, Hcllara, Hcrnor. Double laya: McDowll-Bcrrer-w aahliurn. Kcl- lara-Waahhurn. Bauman-McGlnnls-Lcllvett. ' struck out: By Scllara. 2; hy Bochlcr, t. Paso on ball.: Off Scliara. 4; off Rochler. Left on bancs: Wichita. 3: Tulia. a. Earned runa: Tul.a. 4; Wichita, 7. Urn rtlrctt: Anderson and Donahue. Time: I Amateur a I Tecumarh Team Ym. Tecuniaeh. Neb.. May 10. (SdeclaD The Tccum.th baaehall team defeated the Syracuae team on the Krounda hnre. by tho acor or a to 3. Tecumsen "found" Miller of Syracuse rlirht aloua and made aeveral hits. Blakeley for Tscumah waa more successful on the ground To Open Sraaon Sunday. ' Bloomfleld. Neb.. May 18. (SpeclaH Th Bloomfleld ball team will open the seaaort next Sunday when It ineeta the rinrtlncton team on tho local (-rounds. Tho team this year will be -a strictly home aggregation, with the exception of a catcher. The management ta now In correspondence with several backstops and one will b engaged Boon. Optn dates ara aa follows: July 2, 16, 23 and August 13 and 27. . Friend Team Wins. Friend, Neb., Jlay 16. Two ball games were played on the diamond in this city Sunday afternoon, one between what is Known as the Friend town team and Mllford, ar.d the other between the Friend salaried team and Mllford. The scores stood as follows: ' First game: Mllford .....,0 0 0 1 0 0 1 Friend 3 3 110 x 8 Batteries Mllford. Augermier. Aacen and Anderson; Friend. Novak and Rasch. Hita Mllford. 2; Friend. 6. Struck out: Augermolr, 4; Aggen, 3; Novak, 6. Er rors: Mllford. 1; friend. S. St'cond came: Mllford 0 0000201 1 4 Friend S 0 2 1 6 0 0 1 x 11 Britterles: Mllford. 'aMiv.il Rllntn FSvdley and Gradyvllle; Friend, Hatha S, Worst and Murphy. Struck out: By Caldwell, 6; by Stinr.nian 3: by Hatha- wiy. 6; by Worst. S. Hlta: Mllford. 6; Friend. 11. Two-base hits: Guy Stone, Murphy. Three-Rasa hlta- Casteel. n.tr- ton, McKay, Hostettr, Hathawar. Home nna: Stanley. Errors: . Mllford. 3: Friend, 2. Fretze Team Loses, -r Lodgepole, Neb. May lit. (Special.) I the first game of tho season the lo 1 ball team beat Peetz on il nn grounds. 6 to 3. Krrora Cosily la Randolph. Randolph. 'Neb.. Mav m iana-iBt Randolph lost. Ita aeconrl enm. nt th son here to Laurel. 7-6. The game was wast, out errors by Randolph proved fa tal to a local victory. Murto Perfect Came." Exeter. Neb.. Mv m i.wii t eter defeated the fast Bruning Indepen dents yesterday, shutting them out by a score of to 0. After the first Inning the game was a pitchers" duel. F.xeter gath ered in two runs In the first. Inning as the reault of three safe' hita. two of which were three-base hlta. Fred Fussel. Exeter pitching ace. pitched a no-run no-hit game and struck out IS btier. T.n weeks ago Bruning battled Hastings State league team ii innings, losing. 4 to 3, and Exeter feels proud of their clean Mo feat over the Bruning club. Exeter meets Seward next Sunday, another team that made the State league extend Itself to win. Sherman-Howard Resnlls, Farwell, Neb., May 16. (Special.) Re sult in the Sherman-Howard baseball league are: At Farwell Elba, 12, Farwell, 1. At Dannebrog Dannebrog. 10: Boelua 4. At Ashton Rockville, 16; Ashton, 4. Mullen Winn Game. Mullen. -Neb., May 16. (Special.) The Mullen team defeated the Seneca club here In a one-sided game by the score of 11 te 0. E. Lowe of Mullen allowed only two hlta He struck out 11 men. Humphrey Defeat" Newman firove. Humphrey. Neb.. May U. (Special.) In a fast and Interesting game played on the Newman Grove diamond, the local team defeated' the Newmau Grove club by the score of 8 to 4. Rlverton Wins from ReamsTille. Riverton, Neb., May IS. (Special.) The local team defeated the Reainsvllle club here by the score of 1.5 to 4. Leon, for the winners, whiffed 13 batters and al lowed only three hits. Decatur Beat a Lyon. Decatur. Neb.. May IS. (Special.) The Decatur club defeated the Lyons team hero In an Interesting game by the score or 1 to 0. Decatur scored Its winning run In the eighth inning. Stlllman and Beard for Decatur and Hines and Jensen for Lyons were the batteries. Inland Rater Winner. Upland. Neb.. May 16. (Special.) Vv- Inr.d and Rod Cloud crossed bats here Sun day In the opening game of the Polly 1-ague before a big crowd. The game was slow. The score follows: 71. H. E. rm cioud a l a o o 12 1; 10 Upland 4 IHIIM x 23 17 4 Batteries Red Cloud: T.lmore. Slaby and Plekler. Upland: Ostergaard and chriatentten. Upland playa m Holateln nut Sunday. Tha result of the other games in the Polly league today were: Bladen, 3; Hotateln. IS. Blue mil, 13; Lawrence, i. Tracey. Ray O'Brien Sold to Denver Bears Wichita Falls, Tex., May 16. Manager Walter Salm of the Wichita Falls team of the Texas league, an nounced the sale of Outfielder Ray O'Brien to the Denver club in the Western league., O'Brien was with Omaha in 1921. cr9oabled. - ports yJY3 Joe Steelier, Dodge, Neb., heavy weight grappler and one time king of the heavy bone-crushers," be lieves that Charley Hanson is one tough "nut." Joe and Charlie liave been matched for a finish wrestling match, winner-lake-all, in Omaha, July 4, or within 10 days followjng July 4. In the following letter Steelier in forms us that he is hard at work trailing for his coming bout: Dodge, Neb, May II. Ralph Wiigner, Sports Editor. Omaha Hoe. Omaha. Neb. Dear "Wag:" I bate staVed training; for my earning content tilth t'harlla Hhimah. I am wnrklnv wltb Tity brother Tony, Frank Bush and two other hea vj weight wrestlers of Dodge, fc'iich morning I take a long hike. I wa a spectator at the recent Hanson MHilll bout l OinaVa, and while there got a good line on Hanson. 1 believe I can beat him. The coming match la attracting a lot nf attention In nay home town and there will he to or S Dodge fan at the ring side when I crawl through the ropes. Hoping to are nu la the near future, I remain, (Signed) JOE STECUEB. Has Joe Stecher slipped, or has he been following the powers to be in the wrestling game? This question is being asked by several well-known Omaha mat fans. .. When Stecher meets Hanson, the best man will win. The former wet Id's heavyweight champ is of the opinion that it will not take him long to beat Hanson, friends of Joe de clare that the "body scissors" artist is the greatest wiestler of the uay ati.l that the coming. Hanson match will bear out their statement. Whether Joe Stecher, once world's heavyweight champion, has' slipped from the wrestling throne, or has fell irto the clutches of the 'trust," will be decided when he meets Hanson at the City. auditorium. Babe Ruth is beginning to cheer up a little. . With May 20 hoving into view the king of swat will soon be out in his togs trying to . dispose of the usurper, Kenneth Williams. "Bud" Logan, Omaha welter, and Ever Hammer, Chicago, may meet in a 10-round bout here May 26. The match, if stsfged, will be a semi windup affair to the Schlaifcr O'Keefe 10-round main event bout. Although Hammer is fighting in the lightweight class, Logan has agreed to make the lightweight limit and do battle, with the clever little Chicago blonde. ' - Now that the big Kentucky derby is run and won some 200,000 or so, losers around the country, will be telling how they would have cleaned up a fortune had they fol lowed their own hunch and not the other fellow's. ; 1 Charlie Trimble, secretary of the Ak-Sar-Ben Exposition company, at tended the Kentucky Derby last Sat urday. Trimble writes that the big race was run under ideal weather conditions. The secretary of the coming Ak- Sar-Ben race meeting, also informs us that he has made arrangements with Kentucky horseman tor two carloads of runners to be shipped to the local race meet. If "Kid" Schlaifcr is matched with Champion Jack Britton for a ten- round bout, Johnny Creely, manager of the local welter should see that his protege gets at least a month of rest before the fight. Schlaifer had a month rest before meeting "Cowboy" Padgett. The "Kid " Beat Padgett' so bad in six rounds that Referee Ed Smith gave the fight to the Omaha lad in the sixth stanza. - What the "Kid" needed was rest. Give him a little rest in between fights and he will give a better show ing against better opponents. I 7 ! Coast Leaguer Sold. Los Angeles, Cal, May 16. "Slim" Love, a member of the pitching staff of the Vernon Pacific Coast league, has been sold outright to the Beau mont club of the Texas league and will report immediately. A few years ago Love was one of the pitching aces of the Detroit Tigers. He was sold bv them to the New York Ameri cans, hut after a sra.on with the Yankees he returned to the Coist j league. . "Bill" Brennan. "Knockout Bill" Brennan, New York heavyweight, knocked out Jim Tracey, Australian heavyweight champion in the eighth round of their scheduled 15-round bout here tonight. Tilden and Richards Leave for East San Francisco, May 16. National Tennis Champion William T. Tilden and Vincent Richards, who ranks third among the players, of the country, left today for the' east. They played at Berkeley, Cal., in the east against west tournament, which they won, and in the Facific coast tourna ment, won by William M. Johnston of San Francisco. With them went Phillip Bcttcns of San Francisco, Cal., junior champion in 1916, 1917 and 1918 and winner last year with Herbert Suhr of the Oregon and Idaho doubles champion ships. Bettens is 19 years old and ho longer eligible for junior events. Teddy Gartin Knocks Out French Wahoo, ,Neb., May 16. (Special Telegram.) Teddy Gartin. Lincoln, knocked ouf "Kid" French of Central City 111 the 10th round alter tiina rounds of clean, aggressive boxing here last night. Gartin had the edge over his opponent during the entire bout." ' In the preliminary Harold John ston of Lincoln knocked out Dick Logan in the first round. la the semi-windup "Smiling" Springer of Lincoln was given a de cision over Ace Hudkins of Valpa raison in 8 rounds of fast and furious boxing that delighted the spectators from start to finish. Tate and Anderson v to Fight in Mexico Chicago, May 1.6. Bill Tate, former sparring partner for Jack Dempsey, today was matched to box Lee Anderson, another negro heavy weight, iir a 15-round decision con test at Juarez, Mex., July 4. The match will be staged in the after noon in the Juarez race track. - Anderson holds victories over Sam Langford and Kid Norfolk. Tate's fractured right hand is mending rap idly, which will permit the "resump tion of training within two weeks. Ludenis Released as Mudhen Manager Toledo. O., May '16. Fred Lud- erus, veteran first baseman and mana ger of the loledo American associa- club has been released uncondition ally and Right-fielder Allan Wick land has been appointed temporary manager, it was announced here to day. Luderus, it is believed, will go to the Pacific coast league. Miss Cecil Leith Is Victor in Tourney Sandwich, England, May 16. (By A. P.) Miss Cecil Leith, the British woman's golf champion, defeated Mrs. Norma Craie, 9 up and 8 to go, in today's play in the ladies' open golf championship tournament here. Cuban Expert Plays 40 Chess Games Simultaneously Paris, May 16. Jose R. Capablan- ca, the Cuban chess expert, today won 38 games, lost one and drew one, playing simultaneously against 40 of the best chess players in Fans. The only one to beat the champion was Jean Pape. an elderly antiquary. It was a fine exhibition of chess throughout. Hawkeyes Win Iowa City, May 15. The State University of Iowa baseball team de feated the University of Wisconsin, 8 to 6, here today in a western con- : lerence game. 1 m ' Cobb and Veacb Star in Tigers' 4 to 2 Victory Detroit Boss Gets Two Doubles and Single Out of Three Times to Bat Veaeli Slams Out Two. v WaohiiiKton. Ihy 16. Oldham waa master d( the situation at all stages today, while Detroit bunchrd hil on both niillips and trickton and easily won the opening game oi the aerict from Washington. 4 to 3. I olil). and Veach drove in all of the runs for the vi.hors, who now are in undisputed possesion of third place aa a result of having won eight of their last nine games. Washington made a triple play in the ninth. Oldham waa on second and Blue on first, when llaney lined to Harris. Blue was doubled up when Harris tossed to Judge and the lattcr'a throw reached l'cckin pattch a second before Oldham could tjet back to the bag. Score: wrrnniT. i wabiiimutov. All. H O A.I AH. II l A. i a ii i iiiuii. 3b 4 0 0 1 Blue, lb Jnttw, :ib Han.., ':k I'nttb. rf VMfh. If ll.llm.na, rf l-larlc. 2b Ttlftti, as HiMiw.-e Uliinam, p Tolali 3 a a 0 ftsrria tb 4 a 3 I a a 2 k rr a a r o JuH... ib I 4 a ii I 3 i i 3 4 0 I 0 0 o a a a a a a a t S a Hrotr, rf 4 0,3 0"IoIIpi. If 4 A 4 B tllurtlty. 4 1 I aiPM-kliip'tli, II 4 0 A I'l'hlllll. p 4 s a e 'fiTifi --'llekftin. p 31 t 27 H UrnMi. I llnUb.art. p I Totals 33 f r 13 Pitted for Phillips In firth. Batted for Erit-kaon In eighth. Bear by Innlnaa: Detroit 1 a J 0 1 0 04 Washington 00003000 03 Summary Runs: Jones, Cobb (2), Old. ham, Brower, Closltn. Errors: Jones, Bush, Harris. Two-baa hlta: Oldham, Cobb 2). Veach. Oharrlty. Stolen baae: Blua. Sacrifice hlta: Veach. Blue. Cobb. Double play: Rlgney. Clark-Blue. Trlpla play: Harrla-.Iudge-Pecklnpaugh. Left on bases: Detroit. 7: Washington. 3. Base on halla: Off Phillip.. J; off Brlllheart. 1. Struck out By rhllllps. 4: by Erlckson. t; hy Oldhsm, 1. Hits: Off Phillips, S In t Innings: off Krlcksou. 3 In 3 In nings: off Brillbeart. 1 In 1 Inning. Hit by pitched ball: .lone, by Phlllipa. Los ing pitcher: Phillips. Umpires: Illlde brand. Wilson and Connolly. Time: 1:54. Yankees Bunch Hits on Coveleskie and Win Now York, May 16, The Yankees hunched hits on Coveleskie In the first and eighth Innings and won the opening game of their Cleveland aeries today. 1 to 0. New Tork scored twic with two out In the first on Baker's walk, singles hy Miller and Pipp and Wood's fumble. Score: CLEVEt.AVn. I NEW TORK. AH. H. O.A.I AB. H. 0. A. 2 0 2 0 Tamleson, If 4 W'tas.nM. 2b 4 finenker, cf 3 O Witt. rf 0 1 5!Kew.ler. If 0 4 01 Raker. 31) 2 13 l'Miller. if 0 0 3'Plpp. lh 0 2 2IWrd. 2h 0 1 0! Scott, .s 3 3 l'ft'hiiu, c 0 15' Hojt. p 3 3 3 Mi'lnnli, lb Sewell. . 1 14 1 2 1 1 0 4 0 0 ft.rdner. 3b Wood, rf O'Neill, a CoT.le.kie. p Guiito U U III 1 Totsls 29 0 27 12 Tot.l. 33 R 24 171 Batted for Coveleskie In ninth. Score by Innings: Cleveland 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 New York 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 x 3 Summary Runs: Watt. Baker. Miller. Errors: Wood. Ward. Sacrifice hit: Few ster. Left on bases: New York,. 6: Cleve land. 0. Base on balls: Off Hoyt, 3; off Coveleskie. 3. Struck out: By Hoyt, 2: hy Coveleskie. l. . Umpires: Owens and Chill. Time: 1:36. Athletics Win Third Straight Victory Philadelphia, May 16 PhlladelDhla won Its third straight victory today by de feating Chicago, 9 to 0. In the opening game-of the series. ' The White 8ox led, 4 to 1. until the fifth inning, when the Athletics hammered Robertson for five runs and then got three more In the eighth inning off Hodge, his successor. score; CHICAOO. I PHILADELPHIA AR.H. O.A.I AB. H. o. A. Johnson. l 3 1 1 3IYottn. SV 3 Mcneird. 3b 3 0 41 Johnston, lb 1 0 .11 Walker. If 3 0 01 Perkins, c ' 0 10 OlMlller.cf 1 1 01 Welch, if . 1 3 3 "rites. Sb 0 0 lln.iioway. es 0 0 1 1 Harris, p 0 0 OlT.rriilnn. , iN.Tlor. p 9 24 ll'Ttommel. p 1 10 1 4 Imlllns, 2b . Hooper, rf Strntik'. lb ' , F.lk. If Sctialk. e Robertson, p FoflffS. p Mulligan 0 .0 0 0 Totals 33 I Tot.t. 31 11 57 0 Batted for Hodge In ninth. 1 Score by innings: Chicago 3 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 00 Philadelphia ...0 1 0 0 S 0 0 S x J Summarv Rups: Johnson (2), McClel land, Collins. Hoone.r, Schalk. Young. Johnston. WjUker. Miller, (2). Dykes (2), Oalloway :). Errors: Mostl!, Schalk,- Perklnsf Two. base hit: Collins. Three- base hits: Miller. .TohnBton. Home runs: Hooper. MrCleiiapd, stolen base: Johns ton. Sacrifice nits: Johnston. Yarr son. Welch. "Double play: Galloway-YYoiine-Johnstnn. Left on bases: Chicago. 6: Phil adelphia. K. Bese on bells: Off Robert- eon, i: orr jTodr-o. s; off Harris, l: off Yarrlson, 1: off Pommel. 2. Struck out: By Robertson. 1: by Harris, 3: by Hodge. Hits: Off Harris. 4 In S Innlnes: off Ysrrlson. 3 In 3 1-3 Innings: off Nssior. 1 in 1-3 Inning; off Rommel, 1 in 2 1-3 Innings: off Robertson. 8 In 5 Innings: off TTodge. 3 in 3 innines. Winning pitcher: Rommel. Losing nltoher: Hodge, urn rare.. Evans, Walsh and Dlneen. Time: 2:15. St. Louis Browns Score Two in Eleventh and Win Boston. - May 16. Williams double. Severeld's single, a bad throw to the Plato by Menosky and Ellerbe's sacrifice fly, gave St.' Louis two runs in the 11th inning and victory over Boston today. 6 to s. rne km sox had the game In tne ninth on Lelbolds double and Pratt's slnele, and they scored one run in the 11th on Menosky's double. Pratt's infield out and Smith's single. Score: ST. LOHIS. I BOSTON. AR.JT.O.A.I AR.H.O.A. ToWn. rf 5 3 1 0!7lbold. cf 8 3 10 ,413 SIMenoskr. If S 3 8 0 Gerher, as , Rlaler. lb William.. If Rerereli, e Shorten, cf T.Hflrlte. 3b McM.nua. 2b Shocker, p Totils K 2 11 2! Pratt, 2b 5 4 2 nlSmlth. rf -ft" 1 3 OlDtman, a. 51 3 llH.rris. lb 2 3 1 1 2 13 1 4 0 3 UPlltenner. 3b 5 2 0 4IFr.ter, 3b 2 1 1 URnel. c 'Ouinn, p 40 15 33 18'Karr. p 0 3 2 0 0 2 1 3 1 0 0 5 0.0 0 lT. Collins 0 0 0 0 0 0 Bum s Totals 43 12 33 18 Batted-for Pittenger in eighth. Batted for Qulnn in eighth. Score bv Innings: St. Louis .,.,;,.. M 1 HO ! H 2 S Boston 0200100010 J 0 Summary Runs: Gerber. Young. Wil liam (2). Severeld. McManus, Lelbold (2). Menosky. Smith. Dugan.' Errors: Gerber. Menosky (2). Two-base hits: Williams (2), Gerber. Dugan. Harris. Menosky (2). Lelbold. Sacrifice hits: Shocker (2). Gerber. Ellerbe. Menosky. Double plays: Gerher-Ellerbe, Dugan-Pratt-Harrls. Pittenger, unassisted. Left on bases: St. Louis. 6; Boston. 12. Base on balls: Off Shocker, 6. Struck out: By Shocker. 3; by Karr. 2. Hits: Off Qutnn, 13 In 8 Innings; off Karr. 8 In 3 Innings. Losing pitcher: Karr.f Umpires: Nallln and Mariarily. Time: 2:3. Want Pitchers The Corr Electrics, members of the Sunday class. "B" amateur base ball league, want pitchers. Any hurl er wanting to represent the Electric club on the mtrund is urged to get in touch with Herman Bitty at Atlantic 6437. 1 BaseBallResulls WMTKRH l.R.bl t, staadlnia. W. U. IMi W. i a .kiiittkia cur it I. rn I .114 ta .urn at Wi,i,ii tr ii . oetak II kttail ill tUlM ir ii 13 It ,sm ttaa Molaaa t I l .4w iMitir ia la .aa Vealerdaa'a ttaaalla. WU hits. 1 Tulwa. a. Itsaaha at ! MbImm, r la No olli.r sanies m hedulad. Te4's (lanMa, Omaha) at Kl.ui ty, Tulsa at Okl ma I'lly, hi Joseph at Wi.niu. Denver at Da Mum.. .Vrnit AhK A KTATE I.EAlil C. ataadlng. W. L. IVt.t w. L BmiiIt 3 I I.umla l g li.un.si 3 .tviiii'd l.laod I a Norfolk I S . Lilian 1 i TaMlartla) 'a Heaulls. Norfolk, lit Orand Island, I. Ilaalinsa, II: Lincoln, 4, I't .Ha in aims s; r airuurv, a. Toda 'a tianiea, Beatrice at FalrLuiy. lirand island at Norfolk. Lincoln at Hastings, NATIONAL LEAOIK. Mundlnga, W. I. V'l ' w. it 0 .Ta ItmoUia 13 Pet, Ne Yk at. luuis 11 IS I'l,ll.4rll4lla ll .Ill .ton .a.' I'ttiihuiia II 13 IP l lmlim.u Jt 13 13 ,WMI lloMua ' ... Ckk'Mo YsMenlay's He.ulls. Boston, 7; I'ltl-burch . New Vork. 3; I'liirago, s, I'liilsdolpbla-Si. Louui, rain. No other game scheduled, Toda's .smee. Huston at t'blcagii. Brooklyn at w. Ituis Philadelphia at l.'ln.lnnall. New York at ritlsliuigh. AMERICAN I.KA(il E, hlaadlnga. W. 1,. m i w X York SO II .SlMl,l,d 14 L Dmis 10 l .B.ii Utuoa 13 Iwrnu n 13 .ami'i'itirata II PollaOilpbla 14 14 .SuViW.siiuiiion is Yesterday's Rr.ults. Philadelphia, t; Chicago, I. Detroit. 4; Ws.hlngton. . St. Louis, a; Boston, t. New York. 3; Cleveland, a. Today's fiamr. Detroit at Washington. Chlcauo at Philadelphia. Cleveland at New York. St. Louis at Boston. AMERICAN' ASMM HTlON Hlandlngs, W. I, pet. i w. Vlnneapnll. Ill I) Kama. Clly III liidlar.til, 13 10 Oral miumhna It ft. P.ul 14 II ..WOilxiulatlll 1J llllasule n ..'ti'." Toledo 4 Tekterday's Result. Louisville. 4: Milwaukee. St.- Paul. ; Columhus. t. Toledo, jo; Minneapolis. 3. Indianapolis, n ; Kansas City. I Today's Game. Kansas City at Milwaukee. Minneapolis at SL Paul. No other games scheduled. IM .47 .4S3 .313 .317 .414 .151 American Association. At Milwaukee R. H. E. .494 . 3 S 1 Reviere, It. H. E. . 6 8 2 , 6 14 3 Louisville Milwaukee Batteries: Long and iirolteii'i Clarke and Myatt. At St. Paul Columbu St Paul , Batteries: Snyder. Palmers. Sanders and Hartley: Martin and Gonzales At Minneapolis rt, jr. e. Ifl'to f 10 13 1 Minneapolis 3 8 B Batterlos: Bedient and Korher; Thor mahlen. Mangum, Williams, Schaucr and Mayer. At Kansai Cilv . - at tr v. TndianaDOlis -..ii ia s Kansas City , 8 9.8 Batteries: Weaver. Petty and Krueger; Caldwell, Carter. Bcna, Skiff. McCarty. ty. SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION. Birmingham at Atlanta, noatnoned: rain. Nashville, 3: at Chattanooga, S. Mobile. 0; at Memphis, 1. New Orleans, 7; at Little Rock, 4, Vernon, B; Seattle, ll; Portland, 9i Oakland, 8 darkness). San Francisco, 3. Salt Lake City, Sacramento, 5. ; 103 Angeles, ' t (called, TEE,FAIRimJ No Matter What the Weather. ' If you have any ambition to turn in low scores this season I earnestly urge upon you a fixed schedule of practice which includes playing a certain minimum of strokes with each club. Nothing pays bigger re turns. 'Let us assume that you are ready for the first day's scheduled practice.' The weather happens to be miserably bad; it rains hard and you picture' the course as the least desirable spot in the world on such a day. It is on -just such an oc casion that the earnestness of a man's desire to make a good golfer is test ed. It makes a big difference in the outcome whether the weather keeps you at home, or you study it to minimize your schedule so that you can play or practice, or both. It is not particularly important whether you play only two holes, or hit only two shots each with all your clubs. The transcendently important thing is that you follow your schedule to the best of your ability under the weather conditions. It may be that you have found the very idea you were seeking in those few shots, and it is more probable that you have found nothing, but the big thing is that you have begun to do a certain amount each day or week as the case may be. A ' man must practice, rain or shine. A good player must become accustomed to all kinds of weather for the premier championships run a whole week, and all varieties of weather are likely to come one's way during that time. Therefore I advise the beginning golfer to try to keep his schedule up, or at least a piece of SPECIAL PRiCES ON House Paint, per gallon .$3.00 Flat Paint, per gallon $2.75 Good Varnish, per gallon .$3.00 Varnish Stain, per quart 85 Central Glass & Paint Co. AT lantic 9720 Running Close Race o WILDER o MANUSH nCTEH CR hi ' "Red" Wilder, Buffalo catcher, and Henry Manush, Buffalo center fielder, are tied for home run honors on the Omaha club. Wilder smacker out his fifth circuit smash at Des Moines Sunday, while Man. ush clouted out his fifth homer two weeks ago. Cheevcs Pitching Enables Chicago to Beat Giants Chicago. SIsy !. lret pitching by Virgil t'hei-es. coupled wllh opportune hitting by hi leammnialea. enabled Chi cago to even un the eeiee with New Vork today by winning. S In 3. Cheeves had only one bad Inning, when the (ilanla touched him for four hlta. Including a double hy Young, and scored two runs. Fred Taney, making III find appearance of the seaaon. pitched well, but a walk to Kelleher and a double by Grime gave the local the first run. They counted two more In the third on Mtatz' single and double hy Kelleher and c.rlme. the letter's second two-bagger. It was tha second gam of the aeries which Cheeve won from the world's champions. Score: NEW YORK. CHICAGO. AR. 11. O.A.I AR. R. O A. 4 14 0 4 0 0 1 3 2 11 3 2 3 0 4 13 0 3 0 9 0 4 19 3 1 1 4 0 0 1 Rattcroft. ai 1' Stait. cf mart). ?b limit, nit Vflunr. rf M.uael. If Kelle. lh Mlilonws. cf Snider, o Toner, p Per re E. Smllh n'liuiineher. as Si Kelleher. 3b O'rjriree. lh fl'P.rher. If n Maliel. rf OlTerrr. ftl aiirrsrrell, 0 S'CbeTes. p at 01 Totals 31 8 27 7 Tntals - a 31 to! ftan for'Kellv in ninth. Batted for Shlnners In ninth. Scoro hv innings: New York 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 Chicago 10 S 0 0 0 0 0 x 3 Summary Runs: Bancroft. Frlseh. Stats. Kelleher (2). Errors: None. Two- bsse hits: Crimes (2). Kelleher, O'Fsrrell, YYoung. Stolen base: Kelleher. Double play: KellehecTerry-Orlmes. Sacrifice hit: Maisel. Left on bases: New York. S; Chicago. 9. Base on halls: Off Cheeves, 2: off Tone?'. 4. Struck out: By Cheeves. 6. Wild pitch: Tonev. Umpires: Klera and Santelle. Time: 1:37. Omaha Goblins Win The Omaha Goblins, colored "pro" baseball team, shut out the Whiting team on the latter's diamond Sunday, 2 to 0. The fielding of the Goblins, especially Hilton, was the feature of the game. v The Goblins scored their two scores in the sixth inning. it, without overdue care as to the weather. ' v , ' -. In all large cities golf courses are very far out, and many a time 1 have discon solately left the city in a heavy downpour of rata, but the further I went the lighter and more cheerful became the outlook, and by the time the club was reached all rain had ceased. Out then came my Irons and I hit them every one accord ing to my carefully studied plan. The victory Is not to be easily dis couraged. Therefore I caution you to keep up your courage under disheartening con ditions. Improvement cannot always be detected at once, and on aoine days one actually seems to go backward. It ta something, however, to discover that we are doing something wrong, for . the chances are that when we recognize a mis take we can find the remedy for It. The beginner, or the veteran, for that matter, must never forget thst to get the most out of practice he should make every shot with the same seriousness and earneat of purpose as though a champion shin rienendeH llnnn lh. result. Thl. mav require an exercise of will power and dei'i iBriiiiiimiun, out it paya oig reiuraa prac tice done in this spirit is the greatest possible guarantee of ever-increasing skill. And It Is the thrill and satisfaction of playing well that Is one of the great aources of pleasure in golf. The player who really masters the game derives from its Joys and satisfactions that the Indifferent player never knows exist. On gets out of golf all that he puts Into it. (Copyright John F. Dllle Co.) ' Five Leading Hitters of Major Leagues American League. O. AB. R. H. Pet. 84 .446 36 ,.427 43 .384 28 .384 41 .380 H. Pet. 24 .421 41 .383 26 .377 37 .370 40 .364 Sisler, St. Louis.... 29 121 Witt. New York.... 22 83 Speaker. Cleveland .28 112 Cobb, Detroit 20 73 Jamison, Cleeveland 28 108 National League, O. AB. Toporcer. St. Louis. 21 67 Bigbee. Pittsburg ., 26 107 T. Griffith, Brooklyn 20 69 Hornsby, St. Louis., 27 100 Maranvllle. Fit'burg 26 110 33 16 21 10 16 416 South 17th Street I III Braves Rally in Twelfth and Beat Pirates Cruise Doublet in I.at In n ins ""'1 Scores, Winning nun When llolkc Singles to Left. Pittsburgh, May 16. Botton da feated I'itulurh toiler in a 12-in-nittg game, 7 to 5. Cruiae atarted the winning rally in the 12th with a double afier one waa out, Hoeckel waa panted ud llolkc simiM to left, aeoring CmUe. The other run nera advanced on the throw lo the r!ate and ItoeckM scored on Ford's Py to Carey. Shrttor Maanvdle waa spiked by O'N'eiJ in the ninth and liad to be carried off the field. He waa not seriously hurt Score: rVuWf I riTranrnoif ar n A AB ft it A Ptl ef a 9 t O'Manerlll. M a s i i i"l. tlliar'tt1. ff rniiw. If p k.l riAil. in r d en 0'V.it. r Waeeti.M. aj telinM W.iaee. a 8 a 9 VTwener. a a a 9 aw.. e a a a ih. if f I 4 I t f.is lh a 1 1 a .' 4 13 S'SVaei'or. !tti a e'Mn.n.e. f 9 a '"Ham. I 1 a a S'M.Hef. a a a a ..m-i. a a a i'n . - 'tleeeleMi. 4J H 28 ir""R.n.r.wt I leoper. a Miller, p Tetals i I evtt.i t s aa ll tt.tt.il foe ttiroturd In ntn'h .ft. nd foe V.tloT in svnh. . Batted foe Morrison la nth. core by Inning: ......... stosinn a illllMtll T rnubuegh .... aeaeeeseee a s Bummarr Doiithworth (1, Cruise ti). Bnwkel . llolk. Tord. Msranvlll. Csrey ;), Ttn, Hravflor Error: Mrri vlll (;. Grimm. Two-bas. hits: Ford, Cary. Cruise, llama Mine: Carey Stolen hssas: Soiilhwerth. Nicholson. Bsertflce bits; CrtiLa. Marn.usrd Miller. Ford 2I. Carev. Til a be. () Left on bssaa: Boston. 1: rillehurgh. 11. Base on balls: tiff Marnosed. t; off Morrison, 1: off Cooper. I: off JVstson. I. Struck out: By Mar ott.rd : by Cooper. !: hy Miller. 1. Hits: Off Marquard. a In a Innings; off Wt on. 1 In 1 Inning; off Morrison. I la 1 Innings: off Coonar. a In Innings: off Miller. 1 In a Innings. Hit by pitch.d ball- Oooch. bv Milter. Wild pitch: Mar nuaed ), Passed ball: O'Neil. Win. ring pitcher: Miller. Losing pitcher: Cooper. I'mplrsa: Rigler and McCormlck. Tim: 1:1. Alex Maurice to Meet Denver Welter at Cudahy's Alex Maurice. Grand Island wel terweight who dished out a beating to Roy Conlcy of Casper, Wyo., in a 10-round bout at the Auditorium early this month, will meet "Young" Goldberg of Denver in the main event of a boxing show to be staged Thursday night at the Cudahy Pack mar company. Tommy Ncary of Milwaukee and Budciv McDonald of St. Paul will meet, in the semi-windup, while Tony Lukes df Milwaukee and Jack O'Toole, Minneapolis, lightweights, meet in another 10-round mill. 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