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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1922.
Up4o-Bate News and Gossip of Interest to Sport Fans ) White Sox Drive Three New York Pitchers to Cover Game Featured by Extra Base Hitting Bob Mauri and Ruth Each Get Home Run. Chicago, June 9. Chicago batted the New York pitchers hard today, driving three of thrm out of the box, and won the final game of the leries, 10 to 6. The game was Matured by extra bate hitting, Rob Meu.e knocking out hi fifth home run of the season, and Ruth alo poling his fifth. . Ruth'i drjve cleared the screen in center field, the ririt time thia ever wai done. Catcher Schang hurt his Irg in sliding into first bate early in the game and Devormer ran for him by agreement. Schang assuming his portion behind the plate. Later De vormer went in as catcher. The teams made a total of 27 hits, which were good for 4J bases. Score: r!V IOK I CHICAGO. MIUw. e Ware, Sk Rnk, If ' ftaaar, 11" MWNl. If rier-. lb . swat, as ' Vsws. e iMmn, Jnaae. Host, s Hum. hnur . Munai. P m 1 I I'iDMim. m s v s. s sicoinaa. re 1 S tlrlaaeaf. it I I I UmM. t I is si rim. if Jl 4Hbflr. raais.s Hceunaar. II 4 IWalt SI ess U II ST U M.t, I 14 U III Baited (or Bu.h In ISThtb. cor by iDDlnss: . n.w York ., ;; jft ;' Summary Run.: Ward. Ruth l). M l. PtPP. Jnhnsnn, Mulligan. Colllna, Moe tit, ralk (I). Sbeely (l. Courtney. Er rnrti .None. Two-beee hits: Seett. Hooper. Falk S. Bheeljr, Maueel. Thres-baae hits: Plop, Courtny. Horn run: Roth. Stolon hum Scott. 8chalk. Bacrlflcs hits: Sheely. RHislk. Doublo playa: Word to Scott to Plpp. Hooper to Collin, to Johnson. . I.tft oo bows: New York. ; Chlcso. I. Bom on ball,: Off Courtney. 4! off Murray. I; off Hoyt. 1. Struck out: By Courtnay, I. Hlta: Off Jonoa, T In t-l InnlBfa; off Hoyt. I In 1-1 Inning; off Buah. 1 In 1-1 limine: off Murray. I la 1 Innlnr. Wild ptlrhae: Burt, Courtney. Loainc pitcher: Hoyt. Umpires: Hlldebrand and Chill. Time: 1:04. Athletics Beat Tigers in Final Game of Series Detroit. Juno . Philadelphia, defeated Detroit. 10 to 1. In the final name of the aerlea here today, taking advantase of . Stonrrs wlldneas In 0e flrat Innlne; and bundling drives off Johnaon and Cole, who followed him. The latter hit Jimmy Dykes In the head with o pitched ball in the aecond Inning, knocking him uncon oaloua, but the Athletic third baaeman returned to the game after Helmach had run for him. Manager Cobb agreeing to the arrangement. , Score: - . PHILADELPHIA. I DETROIT- ' ' AB.H.0.A. An. n. O.A.i Younff. Sb 3Blue. lb 4 1 S 1 Johnston, lb Walker, If Welcti. if Millar, cf Parkin,, e Galloway, at Titan, Sb . 1 14 ououn. as 1 1 StCobb. cf 0IVMCD, II 01 HMImuin. rr firtittha. 5b BIRlfney, M Battier, e Woodall. Stoner. p Jnanaon, p Rommel. B t 0 Heimtm , o 0 I Cole, p Total, - 35 U 27 1 Clark I Total, S3 S IT S Ran for Dykea In aecond. Patted for Cole tn ninth. Score by Inning,: ' Phllcdelphla. 3l Oil 01210 Detroit 00 000 1203 Rummer? Rune: Young (3), Johnaton. Walker. Welch. Miller (3). Perklna. Blue, Veach, Cole. Errora: None. Two-bae hlta: Miller (I), Blue, Three-baae hlta: Walker, Johnaton.-y Home run: Welch. Bacrlflco hlta: Perklna, Galloway, Cutshaw. Doublo plava: Dykea to Young to Johnaton, Rom mel to Young to Johnaton. Left on baaea: Philadelphia, : Detroit, . Baao on ball,: Off Stoner. 2; off Johnaon, 6; off Cole, 1; off Harrla, 1. Struck out: By Johnaon, 4; by Cole. 1. Hlta: Off Stoner. none In no Innlnss (none out In flrat): off Johmnson. 7 In Innings; off Cole. S In 2 inning,; off Harris. in 8 Innings (none out In ninth): off Rommel, none In 1 In--ring. Hit by pitched ball: Cutahaw, by Harris: Dykea. by Johnson. Wild pitch: Stoner. Passed ball: Perklna. Winning ultcher: Harrla. Losing pitcher: Johnaon. Umpires: Morlarlty. Connolly and Dlneen. Time: 2:05. , Browns Get Even Break '. in Series With Reds 8t. Louie, Juno S. The Browne defeated Boston, 8 to 1. here today, making on even break' In the aeries. Dave Danforth fanned eight batters. Two balka were charged to him. . A third Inning rally routed Ferguson after the Browna scored alx run,. With the Yankees losing today to Chicago, the Browns meet the league leadera here to morrow but two and a half games behind them: Score: ' 1 BOSTON. . AB.H.O.A ST. MOTS. AB.H.O.A. Hints. If : 4 1 0 Tobln. rf i i 5 0 3 0 4 0 8 0 3 I 0 Menoaky. If Pratt. 8 . Duiin. 3b -1. Collins, cf Burn,, lb O'Rourke. a Ruel, o Walter,, e Ferguasil, P Plercy, p Pullerton. p Plttenier 0 4 0 Uerbn, a, 1 3 II 8llr. m 1 1 IlWUlltms, If 1 1 OIJioobKin, cf 1 11 SlSevereW. o SIEUerha. 3b OlMcUtnut, !b OlDintorth, p 31 ' Total, . 21 ... 81 10 17 -S Total, - 33 24 11 - ' v. .Score by Innlnga: , ' v. Boaton . ., J 1 SJ0-! L Loula 00X ' Summary Buna: Dugan. Oerber, Staler i Cl, Willlama (1). Jacobeon, Severeid, Mc. i Maeua. Errors: J. Colllna (I). To-baao W: Slaler. '- Three-baae hlta: Willlama, - 1 uaan. Stolen baaea: Williams, Jacobaon. ai rlflee Bit: Danforth. Double playa: Prate. te O'KMrke to Burns, O'Rourke to Burns. ift M Usee: Boston. 7: St. L.la. S Baoexea hall,! Off Ferguson. I. ... off Blercy, ,; ef( rti,rton. 1; off Dan forth, f.. Stu. Mt4 By Danforth, S. Hlta: Otf KergmoolH - jn Innlma (none : out In thlrdUoff Pie!-... ( 4 Innings: : off rullerton, t-lnt InMntnl wild pitch: Plercy. Balka: Danforth ay. Winning pittas, . -.- -cue ; r fi,u. son. Umplree: Evano aadNamj iras: ' 1 1 a Links Pound Islander Hard and Win J 7 t0 3 Lincoln. Neb., June l.-Ha latent hitting won for Un day In the flrat of a three with Grand Ialand. f H I. pounded Feaereie lor. v am llama was. holding tkw.tMti hlta. which were acagteren, Tbe score: : .' 1 GBA.ND ISLAM). 1 -- H If AB.H.O.A. BWOmh rf Sail Kraeda.lt) ill SlCarrlgJ Wraarr.et 4 11 w.i Spcaaer.o 4 15 I'?J. lb Heta, a, " ill J"" aaa. n Palmatlere. If I 1 . tb Maranoo, zo a ear.Sa S?s i J oirmM . JMlM S4MSI1S ..Totaia yja tn Score b vaffi, ? . Orand leiaad.,"..... X 2 S Uncola a)T.rt..- 01 4Ix T Sumnjajafgtaaa: Speaker, Metx, Palm- tiw. rr. cams. wooa. carr, sinner, CmTj arrere: Harwood (1), Orr (1), JBcje Three-baas hlu: Palmatlere. Fed- Two-baa hits: Waraataff. Falma- Waod. Otbaon. Blaker. Sacrifice) WUUama 41). Stru-fc out: By Fed- 4; by Shook, 1; f Willlama. a. en halla: Oft Pederele. 3. - Doublo y: Metx to Harwood to Roberta. Same bo: Orand Island, 1; Lincoln. T. Runa hlta:- Otf Federele. S and II In T . jhnlaga; eft Shook. 1 and I in I laalns. Paaaed laiiK Speaker l). Left on baaea: i UllK Sneaker (I) earaaa lauaaa. i: its, aV . Cmptre: ..Tlaaatt Wilder Leads Buffalo Players In Home Runs o o WILDER, MAN US H -It . - -ir -u -13 -W -15 -U -II -10 -1 -7 - -S ' -4 . -J " -a -i "Red" Wilder, Omaha Western league Buffalo, jumped into tht lead at the learning circuit-smasher of the team' yesterday when 'ha clouted out his eighth homer of the season. Wilder is catcher. Henry Manush, Buffalo center fielder, lis- second with seven homers. . , Sanction Given Los Angeles Meet International Committee Au thorizes Games on Seaboard in September, 1923. Paris. , Tune 9. The international Olympic committee today authorized the city of Los Angeles to hold in ternational irames under the natron- age of the committee in September, 9ii, to dedicate its new stadium. These games, however, will have no connection with the, regular Olym pics. New York. June 9. Officials -of the Amateur Athletic union when in formed that the international Olym pic committee had granted an inter national sanction for games to be held in Los Angeles in September, stated that the meet would also be featured by the national - cham pionships. r According' to the tentative pro gram being prepared, the A. A. U. senior and junior, titular events will be staged in the new stadium now being constructed and; .will bep'pen to the athletes of the world.--Special attention will be devoted to securing a full representation, of far-eastern athletic competitors and the. various European nations will be invited to enter their best athletes: Witches Drive Didier From Box. and Win, 8-6 Wichita, Kani. June; S.-rWlchita drove Dialer from the box In the early Innings and piled up a lead which Sioux City could not overcome later, the champions winning. I to 8. Score: BIOUX.OrTT. I WICHITA. AB.H.O.A I AD. It.U. A.. . 5 o s e Hamilton, si 4 HPmlnw'y,3b S 41 Smith, cf 31 Renter, -OlWsihlium, lb UKast. rf . SIRlalseeley. If. 01 Hal w. c OlMcnowall. lb 3IOrlffin. Sb llttamsey. p 1 Maun, p it 2 4 3 1 Elsh. rf 1 3 ' 1 .1 Meu, lb Painter. Sb Ottemrd. V RoMson. rf Query, o Tlldler. p Boetteer. p WlUlam, ' 4-3 S 3 1 1.11 17 7, Tntalf .17 11 24 11 Batted for Roettger In ninth. Sioux City ,.S1 2"1 OOJ Wichita 311 200 Olx S Summary Runa: Hemingway, Gster gard (. Willlama. Berger (4). Wash-, burn, Blakesley ' (I). Errora: Query. Earned runs; Wichita. 7; Sioux 'Cltv, 6. Sacrifice hit:' Washburn. Two-base hlta: Hamilton, Elsh. Berger, Blakesley. Mc Dowell. Three-baae hit: Oetergard. Home runa: Oetergard. Query. Stolen bases: Berger (2), Smith. Washburn. Hits and rune: Off Dldler, 7 and S In 3 Innings; off Roettger. 1 and 3 In S Innmgs ; off Ramsey, S and 11 In S innings; off Maun,. none in i- inning, iiounie plays: Hamil ton lo Palmer to Metx. Palmer to Hamil ton to Metx. Struck out: By Ramaey, S; by Didier. 1; by. Roettger, 1, Base on halla: Off Ramaey, 4 ;off Didier, 3: off Koettrer. J. belt on Bases: Wichita, ft: Sioux City. S. Wild pitch: Roettger. Pa wed ball: Query. Hit by pitched ball: Washburn, twice, by Didier; Haley, by Didier, Umpires: Anderson and Donahue. Time: 1:10. Speece Hurls Good Ball' ., '. and Beatrice Loses Came Beatrice. Neb... June '. Norfolk tnMr the opening game Of the aeries from Beat-i rice today by a score of 3 to 1. It was a alow game throughout. . Speece pitched splendidly. . oeore: . NOltrOLK. t BEATBIOB. AB.H.O.A I iinni. wteier. 2b .4 0 1 liPlwr. Sb . .4 1 1 Aiaenrm, h t i-x jiunn. H M,rr. 3h 4 0 0 2!T,rker. 3b Roiwe. cf ,411 ninnwroan, cf Stncker, rf 4 11 Oloieaenai, e rt,. If 4 0) mil. If FerrerHi. lb 1 1 If OIKlrebner. lb We.e 10 7 JlFirti, rf Speece. p 11 1 4'Hacket.p 0 4 1 ft SOS 2 0 1 s o in 3 1 -S sis -Total, 31 T 2S 131 Total, 19 4 27 13 fixer nit ty batted hall. , Norfolk ..'.000 021 000 I Beatrice ..100 000.000 1 Summary Rune: Stucker. Herrerth. Speece. Fixer. Errors: Wiaser. Marr. Her- erin. Hacxet. Two-hase bits :Rouse. Plxer. Sacrifice hita: Oleaaon, Dill, Wiaser. Struck out: By Hacket. 4; by Speece. t. Baao on balla: Off Hacket, 2: off Speece. none. Hit by pitched ball: Atherton. Wild pitch: Hacket. Earned runs: Beatrice. 1; Norfolk, 2. Umpire: McCown. Time: :o. . , Centre Star Gives Blood to Save Life of Married Sister Louisville, Ky., June 9. "Red" Roberts, captain of the Center college football team arid star of Walter Camp's 1921 All-American eleven, yesterday gave the third pint of his blood in the third successful trans fusion operation in two weeks in an effort to restore health to his sister. Mrs; Kenneth Humphries. Physicians reported that Mrs. Humphries would need no more as sistance from "Red" and that she soon would be on her way to re covery, ." "' ' " t -';;'.' i id Steady Pitching Enables Chicago to Defeat Giants Cubs Score Three Runs in Sixth With Two Men Out -Nrhf Has One . Bad Frame. New York. June 9. Alexander's steady pitching in the pinches en abled Chicago to defeat New York today in the laat game of the series, 4 to J. Nchf had one bad inniilg, the sixth, when Chicago scored three runs after two were out. ,, Score: tlllCiOO . I NEW ok. An n o. a . n.w. a. tati. ef Roll nr, el krut. lb llrlaw. Ik rnor. if Miller. If . Ttrrr. 30 lltrtortl.e AlMetiilrr, p ToUU 4 11 in,nrroft. at a f a t i rnu-o. :b I I ft, tin, in ft1 Meuwl. If 0' Young, if Kellr. lb ImH. rf I ontf. e 11 I I I s i s i 4 I 10 -- .-I'MMWl I seel less 10 I IT IS ma, p 'lei Ilk It 11 IT II Ratted for Nehf In eevenlh, Batted for jshea in nintn. Score hr lanlnge:- ,. Chicago 100 Ofll 000 4 New orll 100 100 010 I Summary Runa: Stat it), Orlmee, Frihtrg. rnech. Young (II, Errors: Stats, Millar, Bancroft. Two-b.ee hlta: Krlberg, Miller. Three-baae hit: mats, attalen baae: Stats. Sacrifice hlta: Meuael, Hollocher. Terry. Stengel. Doublo playa: Frlech to Bancroft to Kelly, Hollocher lo Terry to (Irlmea. Orlmee (unaaalated). Baae oo balla: Off Shea. 1; off Nehf. I: off Alex ander, I. Left on baaea: New Tork. ; Chicago, I. Struck out: By Alexander, 1; by Shea. V. Hits: orr Nenr, I in T in nlnga; off Shea, 1 In I . Innlnga. Losing pitcher: Nehf. Umpires: Moran and Quigley. Time: 1:17. . Dodgers Break Losing ' . Streak in Game With Reds Brooklyn, ' June t-Brooklyn broke Its losing alreud today when Orlmea tightened up after the flrat Inning and beat Cin cinnati, I to- t A sensational catch of Ward's wide throw by Schmandt, com pleting' a double play, etopped the Rede In the ninth.- Errors gave the Dodgers their two runs. Score: ....... CINCINNATI. ( . BBOOK1.YV AB.H.O. I. A. I AB n.o.A. Rum,, ef niuicau, if Oaunert..lb Harper, rf Wlnfto, e Bohne. 2b . 4 0 1 01 Hlch. 3b loss 4 1 4 1 4 1 5 1 l 1-1 3 OlIoMlUOII. Ib S 6 l. Orlflllb, rf I 01 Wheat. If 4 HMven.if 4 li Schmandt, lb 4 3' Ward, a, 1 01 Miller, e e 3lGnme, p I 17 0 3 1 0 Caveney. u 1 Plnrlll, 3b Pouch, n S GlllMPle. p 4 0 u i I - - - Tirnsglrr v 't-e Tot.!, - . 28 S 27 21 Total,' . II "7 24 Batted for Gillespie In ninth. Score by Innlnga: Cincinnati 100 000 000 1 Brooklyn .,..... .,010 010 oox x Summary Runs: Duncan. High. ' ward. Errora: Burna. Wlngo, Caveney. Two-baw hlta: Duncan,- Caveney. Sacrifice hlta: Johnaton, B. . Griffith. Myers. Ward. Double ' play Johnaton to wera to Schmandt. Left on baaea: Cincinnati. S; Brooklyn. I. .Baae on balls: Off Couch, 3: off Grimes,-?. Struck out: By Couch 3; by Grimes. I.?-, Hits: Off Couch. 7 In 7 Innlngsl off 'Gillespie, 1 In 1 Inning. Wild pitch: Couch. Losing pitcher: Couch. Umpires: O'Day and Hart. Time: 1:35. Homer .Aids Cardinals " in Defeating Phillies Philadelphia-,-Untie ' S."-FotrrnleT's- home run drive, scoring McHenry ahead of him In the fourth Inning, aided St. Loula to day In "taking the first game of the aeries from Philadelphia, by a 4 to I, acore Pfeffer held the - locals safely In the pinrhee. Goldle Rapp played his flrat game today alnce hla serious accident a month ago in St. Louis and hla fielding waa a features - ;- - 8core: s ' ST. LOITI8. " I PHILADELPHIA. AB.KO.A.I - ' AB.H.O.A. Flack, rf . J. Smith, rf Hornsby. 2b McHemy, If Fouroiw. lb 8tck, 3b Ainsmith. e Laran, t Pfeffer, p ,4 11. Oitvaiker. rr 4 2 3 1 4 0 r 01 Rami. 3b 4 5 31 William,, cf -4 3 4. 0ll.ee. If 0 1 I 2 1. 2 4 0 1 0 11 1 4 0 0 0 0 4 I 5 OIParklnMn. 2b 3 0 4 1 4 I- 3 0 2. II Fletcher, is 0 llleslle. lb 4 HHenllne. e 1 01 (1. Smith, p - Lebourteau Total, 31 11 37 5; -. Totals 31 8 27 13 Batted for .0. Smith In ninth. Score by Innings: ' ' St. Loula ;.. i: 0.10 201 000 4 Philadelphia 101 000 1001 Summary Runs: Hornsby. McHenry (2), Fournler, Walker (2). Lee. Errora: Flack, Le; Two-base hlta: Leo' (2). Hornaby (2), McHenry. Home funs: walker, Four nler. Sacrifice hlta: Rapp. Stock. Double plays: G. Smith' to Fletcher to Leslie. Ainsmitn. to L,avan. . l.eu on oases: bi. Louis. 4: Philadelphia, 7. Base on balls: Off Pfeffer. 2. Struck out: By Pfeffer. 0; by G. Smith.1 3. Umpires: Klem and Emails. Time: 1:26. Braves -Defeat- Pirates by Seven to Three Score Boston. June Sv-Boaton defeated Pitts burgh, 7 to 3, today, the laat two Innings being playeo in a eevere electrical atorm. Sensational catches by Blgbee and Mueller and stops by 'Ford and Barbara were featuree. ' .' .'.-' Score: PITTSBC1WH. I ! .n r ft 1 t BOSTON. 4U..,.V.A. AB.H.O.A. Marinrille, ss S 1 slMwin. cT S 2 1 0 S 1 1'OlRarbare. 2b 5 114 I I I OlChrirtenb'y. If .1 1 1. 0 1 1 ! llNifholnon. rf 3 3 1 0 4 10 SlRleite-. -j 3 12 0 4 13 elHolke. lb ' 4 1 13 1 4 3 0 01 ford, a, 4 14 8 2 0 3 lllo'Nell.e' 4 14 1 3 10 lloeschter, s 4 10 0 i arey. cr BlEbee. If Tieruey, 2b g Traynor, Sb 4 Mueller, rf 4 nrtmia, lb 4 Oooch. c 2 Cooper, p 3 Tellowbone, p 0 Bonner 1 0 0 II 0 0 01 Total, - 33 12 27 14 Total, . 38 11 24 111 Batted tor Cooper n.,eighth. Score by Innings: - Pittsburgh .'t:..i"..-010 110.0003 Boston .-.-......-.102 001 Wx 7 Summary Rons: Traynor, Orimm, Cooper. Barbare (2). Christenbury, Nichol son. Holke: Ford. O'Neili- Errora: Tlerney, Chrlstenbury, Ford. Two-base hit: Nichol son. Stolen bases: Tierny, Carey. Double plays: Traynor to Tlerney to Orlmm. Bar bara to Ford to Holke. Left on bases: Pittsburgh, 11; Boston. 7. Baae on balls: Off Cooper, .1: off Yellowhorae, 1 : off Oeschger, 3.' - Struck out: By Cooper. 1: by Yellowhorae, 1; by Oeachger, 2. Hlta: Off Cooper, 8 kn 7 Innings; off Yellow horse. 4 In 1 Inning. Hit by pitched ball: Christenbury, by Cooper. Losing pitcher: Cooper. Umpires: McCormtck and Sen telle. Time: 1:44. ' Record Won't Stand. i- Helsingfors, Finland, June 9. The mark set here yesterday by Hannes Kolhemainen, Finnish-Atnerican run ner, will not staid as a world reci ord. re-measurement of ' the track showing it to be 47 metres short of e,o Kiiomeiers reqmrea. - .-'i ,, The record for the . distance ' of 1:26:296-10 was esVablished'by Kol: hemainen in 1920. , His ;hm over the -short 'track yesterday, was com pleted m f:26:43. ',"' "' Today in 'Ring History Twenty .five Years Ago. Philadelphia Jack O'Brien againat Pad dy Sheehan. draw, Reading, Pa., 4 rounds. Twenty-three Years Ago Today. James J. Jeffries knocked out Bob F1ts simmons, Coney Ialand. 11 rounds. t Twenty-two Years Ago. Abe (Kid) Goodman knocked out Jimmy Connors, Bangor. Me.. 3 roonda. Eighteen Yean Ago.' Fighting Jack Hyland knocked out Jack Boach. San Francisco. 1 round. Eight Years Ago. -Johnny Coulon knocked out by Kid WU Uama, Los Angelie. 3 rounda. 81t Years Ago. ' Frankle' M aann against Joey kelson. M decision. Fort VTayne. Ind.', 10 rounda. Ftta Yean Ago. Charier White against Johnny Tillman, no declaion. Minneapolis, 10 rounds. Billy Defoe knocked nut Sebbs- Kelt", Brooklyn, 1 rouse) - v i , . BaJeBaHResulls ea Standing WRMTMI!f LE-ICIB. ' ntaadlaga. w, L ral W I- IM. SI. Jose 31 11 ,74tlOaiakl It 17 . Sii III, !4 14 .M.illkla. tllr ft 10 ,t4 HI. ail 1 94 .MS'llaa llalsei ft It .411 TulM if S .SoliUeiiiaf 10 U .let l'ee4enUy'a Heenlls, Oanaha, 1 OklahaMna City, S, wuhila. S; Ktoua City, . Tulaa. 4-11; Denver, 1-1. St. Joeepb, I; Dee Moines, t. Teday's Gasnea. ftnwha) at OkUhosna tlly Km Moines at SI. Joaeph. Hioui, city si Wichita. Denver at Tulaa. nebrankX stats league. V fe leadings. w. f.. Prt.l W. K Prt. Lbveta 14 10 .aiS'Woifolk II II .13) relrhurr II II .Jf I Beairlre II It .MO Haauasa 14 It .SMiOr'd IHaad f SO .2M Yesterday's Mesnlls. Norfolk, I; Beatrice. 1. Lincoln. 1; Orand Island, I, Falrbury, I; Healings, I, Today's Gasnse, Grand Ialand at Lincoln. Norfolk at Beatrice. Falrbury at Hastings. NATIONAL I.EAGi r. hlandinga. W. f Prt. I W. f Prt. New York r 10 .sotirinrlnnatl 24 to .Ma Plllahurstl 20 IS .Ml'Cklraao 32 24 .4U Si. lxila 20 .MI'RoaUM 21 M ,4T Brooklrs 24 14 .SvOiPbiladtlphls IS 21 .141' Yesterday's Beeulla, Chlcego, 4: New York. I. Brooklyn, t; Cincinnati. 1. St. IxHila. 4: Philadelphia, I. Boston, 7; Pittsburgh, I. Today's Games, Pittsburgh at Boston. St. Louis at Philadelphia. Chicago at Brooklyn. Cincinnati at New York. AMERICAN LXAGl'B. Standings. W. I,. Pet. I W. T Pet. Kew York 13 10 .0471 Detroit 13 17 .400 Si. Louie 31 to .an Philadelphia 20 24 .45 Wethlnstaa M 21 .OlOIRoaton to to .433 Clereland 14 17 .471l(lrafo 10 10 .400 Yesterday's Results, rhlrsgl. 10; New York. S. Philadelphia. 10; Detroit, I. St. Loula, I; Boaton. 1. Washington-Cleveland, poalponed be cause of Dunn's death. - Today's Games. Philadelphia at Cleveland. Waahlngton at Detroit. Boaton at Chicago. New York at St. Louis. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. Standings. ' W. T,. Pct.l W. I.. Pet Mlnneapolla 31 10 .000lColumbu4 t.1 i.1 .000 Indianapolis .10 10 .Oltltauleftll, 21 20 .420 Rt. Paul 2 10 .OMllKanaa, City 21 31 .404 Milaraukes 20 23 .3401 Toledo 13 S3 .271 Yesterday's Result,. Toledo, t; Indianapolis. 1. Columbue, S; Louiaville, 3. Ne other games scheduled. Today's Games. Milwaukee at Indianapolis. Kanaas City at Louiaville. Mlnneapolla at Columbus. St. Psul st Toledo. American Association, Louisville. June S R. H. E. Columbus . .' 0 It 1 Louisville I 0 S Batteries: Northrop and Hartley: Tln- cuo. Long, .Estell and Meyer. ' Indianapolis, June S (11 Innlnga). R. H. E. Toledo t 7 1 Indianapolis 1 13 a Batteries: WCrlght and Kocher; Selb and Krueger. Only two games scheduled In associa tion today. Southern Association. Naahvllle, 0; Atlanta, I. . Memphla, S; Mobile. 3. Little Boak, I: New Orleans, 1. ' ' Chattanooga. 4; Birmingham, S. VON ELM DEFEATS PORTLAND CRACKS Match Is Feature of Yesterday's Play in Pacific Northwest Championship. Victoria, B. C. Tune 9. Portland golfers had been eliminated, from competition . tor tne racmc north west championship today and three Seattle men and one Salt Lake rep resentative go into the semi-iinals round. The feature of the play yesterday was ,the wonderful golf played by ueorge Von him of salt Lake, the present title holder, and the game fight put up against him by Russell Smith of the Waverly club, Port land, though Von Elm won, 4 and 3. Other results: , Forest Watson. Seattle, beat Rudolnh Wllhelm, Portland, 3 and 1. n. opiora, oeame. neat u, w, Bieill. Seattle, 3 and 1: B. E. Stein. Seattle, beat H. A. Flegger, Seattle, 3 and 1. Women's Mrs. Hutchlngs, Winnipeg, beat Miss Kavanagh, California, S and 4. Mrs. Crane, England, beat Mlas Hallo ran, Salt Lake City, 0 and 4, Mlas Anderaon. Vancouver, beat Mrs. Phllbrick. Victoria, 2 and 1. Miss Jackson, Earlington, beat Mrs. Sweeney, Jericho, 1 up. eur Pllger Wind Game. Pllger. Neb., June 8. '(Special) Pllger defeated the Fremont All-Stars here Wednesday, 6 to 5. Batteriea: Pllger, Syland and Peters; Fremont: Tinning and Adama. Wins Fourth Straight Central City, Neb., June . (Special) Central City won Its fourth straight victory here Sunday by taking the long end of a 7 to I score from Albion. House on the mound for the locals held Albion to five scattered hit. Superior Team Wins. Superior, Neb., Juno S. (Special) The locals defeated the Brunlng team here Wednesday ' 0 to 1. The pitching of Munger for the homo team was the fea ture of the game. Batteries: Brunlng. Doemeir, Hawks and Schultz; Superior: Munger and Losey. Geneva plays, here next Sunday, ...... i - . ' Syracuse Beats Federate '- Syracuse.' Neb.. . Juns S. (Special) 8vracuse won from the Omaha Federals. a fast semi-pro colored team here Wed nesday. 4 to 3. Tht visitors piayea good taU throughout, but were out-nit by the locals. -.'' ' - - Score by innings R H 15 Federals , 000 020 000 l' 0 0 Syracuse 030 000 01a 1,1 4 Batteriea: Washington and Wright; Roberta and Coppel. Dntdap Wins from Woodbine TJunlap, la., June 0. (Special) Dun lap won from Woodbine on the letter's grounds Wedneaday, 1 to 0. Thia waa the locale alxth straight victory. The same teams plsy at Dunlap next Sunday. -Score by Innings: R It S Dunlap ......010 100 0013' s' S Woodbine ...000 000 0000 4 S ' ' Indians beat Steinaner Pawnee. Neb., June . (Special) The Pawnee Indiana won their flrat game of the seaeon here Wedneaday by trouncing the Stetnauer (Neb.) team fire to four. Silver CreeJc lasts. St. Edward. Neb., Juno S (Special) The locals won from Silver Creek here Wednesday. 11 to S, In a game featured by the heavy hitting of the home team. Batteriea: SU Edward. Folllott and Baduras Silver Creek, Knewlet, Xlrao vltch, an4t Doufla - ; , Wilder's Homer Wins Game for Buffaloes, 7-5 Oklahoma City. OkL, June 9. Poor base runninr on the part of Tatt and Long, Pitt error and a disputed decision cost the Indians the opening game of tht Omaha ie rici today, 7 to 5. After O'Connor had tten given a lift by Pitt's error, Young dropped what looked like a perfect strike over the plate for the third strike and what would have been the third out Thinking he had fanned, Wilder started to tost hit bat away when Umpire Fiupatrick called it a ball. Wilder sent the nest one over the fence for the two rum that decided the game. Score: Omaha AB R II l-O A F. (llalaaoa. fh S 0 S S 4 Nnedeeor, lb S (Irlffin. If I Herman, If S Manuah, ef 4 I IS I 1 I t e i a j 4 t o t t e (traalham, Sb S O'Connor, rt . S Wllewi, ss S Wilder, e S Dar rough, p I Totals Oklahoma Cli Pitt, rf 7.... Maesey. Ib MlddMon, If Rates, lb .is i it tr ti 4 AB R H POA E . S e 1 1 14 I.lnglardi, cf xann, ss Long, e Tata. Sb Young, p xFlsbcr Totals .....'...'.. sol 9 U I 11711 I a Batted for Younar In ninth. Omaha Out 104 Oklahoma City SOO 001 00 S Summary Ten baae hits: Mlddleton, Glnglardl. Threw base hit! Glalaeon. Horn rum WUder. SMrinerai Wilcox, Oraa tham, Darrough, Young. Stolen . baeet Wilder. Bases an ba'it Off Young, Si aft Darrough, . Kariies) rune: Omaha, l Oklahoma City, fl. P-.iblo plays I Tate M a secy -Kates Masaey-.aann-twteai (Jrlf-fln-Glalaaont Ulslaeono-WUeox-Snedeoori Mannah-Wllder-4.lalaeon. Left on baaea l Omaha, Si Oklahoma llty, Bt Timet 1:80. Cmoireei Fits oat rick and Bun- side. Karl Adams Holds Des Moines Scoreless St. Joseph, Mo., June t. Ksrl Adams was Invincible, holding Des Moines score less In tne first game or the series end the Saints won, S to 0. The locals batted Lefty Odenwald at will. score: DES UOIXES. ST. JOSEPH. AB.H.O.A AB.H.O.A. 0 3 7 0 Gorman. 2b 4 I S .4 Olson, lb Corrlden. If vtaaner, 3b Hortn. If 4 0 0 1 3 S s s s 4 I 0 4 1 I 0 4 3 f S 1 0 4 0 4 1 4 0 4 0 4 0 5 I I 1 ruber, n Donowlu. ef Derate, a, McDonald. 3b (Iraham, lb Milan, ct Turgeon. aa Yuna. rr Breen. o Bterenaon. 2b OlGrabowekl. o 1! Adama. p 3 10 0 3 0 0 3 Odenwald, p Total, 34 S 24 111 Totals 38 15 27 II Score by innings: Des Moines 000 000 000 0 St. Joaeph 1 201 022 lOx 8 Summary Runa: Olaon (2). Corrlden (2), Fisher (2), Stevenson, Orsbowskl. Er ror: Stevenaon. Two-baae hits: Olson, Fisher, Stsvenson. Three-base hit: De fate. Sacrifice bit: Adama. Stolen bases: Fisher, Olson, Corrlden, Stevenson (2). Struck out: By Adama. S; by Odenwald, 2. Basa on halla: orr oaenwaiai, e. Wild pitch: Adams. Earned runs: St. Joseph, 8; Des Moines, none. Left on baaea: St. Joaeph, S; Dee Moines, 0, Um plree: Holmes and Orrasby. Time: 1:40. Tulsa Captures Both Ends of Double-Header Tulaa. Okl.. June I. Tulsa took loth ends of a double-header from Denver this afternoon, 4 to S and 11 to S. The first was a pitchers' battle between Black and hall, after Denver had batted Kaohae from the box In the second Inning. In ths aecond game Tulsa pounded Salisbury from the box in the third inning after aooring seven runs. Glaater made his debut with Tulsa and pitched well until his teammates hsd a nlna run lead. Score, first gams: DENVER. I TULSA. AB.H.O-A.I AB.H.O.A. Gomes, If 3 1 S 0 Bennett, If S 1 S 4 Writht. 2b 4 2 5 ll Thompson, 3b 2 10 1 Loni.rf . 4 11 OlDavia, if 5 2 0 0 O'Brien. cf 3 14 liuiivelt. tb 4 1 S 1 Patterson. 3b 4 10 1 Lamb, cf 5 13 0 C'twrlibt, lb 4 0 6 2 Stuart. 2B 4 z 4 1 Spranier. s, 4 ,1 5 5 McOinoU, 3 0 12 Spencer, e 4 11 11 Crosby, e 4 0 5 2 Hall, p 10 1 0IB.ch.cp 0 0 0 0 macs, s toil Totals 33 S 24 13 . i- I Total, 34 10 27 11 Two out when winning run scored. , Score by Innings: Denver ..i.. 200 100 000 3. Tulsa .'. ,.101 000 1014 Sununary-vRuns! Wright, O'Brien, Pat terson. Bennett (3). Thompson. Errors! Gomes, Cartwrighf, Spranger. Two-base hits: Wright, Patterson, Davis, stuart, Spencer. Spranger. Home runs: Bennett, Patterson. Sacrifice hits: Thompson (3).' stolen lase: spranger. Earned runa: Tulsa,. 3; Denver. 3. Left on baset: Den ver, 4; Tulsa, 10. Base on balla: Off Rachac, 1; off Blaok, I: off Hall,, 3. Struck out: By Rachac, 1; by Black, 5; by U.ll . 9 Snn. on hit- fitt nha. 9 and '4 in 1 1-8 Innlnga. Hit by pitched Dan: jncuinnis ana Bennett, oy Han. Double plays: Stuart to Lelivelt. Thomp son to Stuart to Lelivelt. Umpires: Mo Gloom and Brown. Time: 1:47. , Score, second game: f DENVER. AB.H.O.A TULSA.' AB.H.O.A. Bennatt.tr '5 5 5 0 Gomes, If Writht, 2b Lont , rt O'Brien, cf 5 2 0 0 0 5 2 0 2 0 2 0 1 12 0 0 1 7 0 0 1 0 1 0 SI 01 0 3 0 S Thompson, 3b 3 .1 Davu, rr 110 t 13 0 4 10 I 3 S 12 4 0 12 0 12 Lelrrelt. lb Lamb,.cf Stuart. 2b MnOlnnia. u Pattenon, 3b C'twright. lb Spranger. at Tarker. e Salisbury.1 p Hall, p "Sbanlsy oirrcBby, e 2lGlasler, p 3 01 Totals : 17 27 14 Total, 38 13 44 10 Shanley batted for Hall in ninth. Score bv Innings: Denver . .OOff 230 -000 6 Tulsa 423 000 03x 11 Summary Runss Long (2), O'Brien (2), Hall. Bennett (4),ThompBon (2). Lelivela, Lamb, Stuart (2), Olasler. Two-base hits: Long, Patterson, Lamb (4), Thompson, Lelivelt, Stuart. Three-base hit: Bennett. Home runs: Bennett, O'Brien. Sacrifice hits: Thompson, McGinnis. Wright. Stolen baaea: Lamb, Stuart. Left on -baaea: Denver, 4; Tulaa, 7, Earned runa: Denver, S: Tulaa, 11. Base on balla: Off Hall, 1. Struck out: By Salisbury, 1; by Hall. 5; by Glasier, 1. Runs and hlta: Off galls bury, 7 and S In 2 1-3 innings. Hit by pitched -ball: Glasier, by Hall. Umpires: Brown and McGloom. Time: 1:50. 1928 Olympic Games to Be at Amsterdam Paris, June 9. (By A. P.) Am sterdam was confirmed as' th site for the 1928 Olympic games by the international Olympic committee at its meeting today, which was at tended by W. M. Garland of Los Angeles, as the only American rep resentative. - Five Western and Major League Batters. Western League. 6 AB R H Pet Manush. Omaha 48 Its IS 80 .415 East. Wichita .......61 213 41 85 .401 Bennett. Tulsa 49 IIS 11 81 .884 FUher. St. Joseph ....10 114 S4 74 .381 Elah. Sioux City 51 117 48 74 .381 Graham, Des Moines.. 30 141 17 41 .174 National League. O AB R H Pet Hornaby, St. Loula .41 181 4t 70 .383 Oowdy. Boston 31 17 I 11 .370 Blgbee. Pittsburgh ..44 181 It 48 .378 B. Griffith. Brooklyn 10 85 18 33 .374 T. Griffith, Brooklyn 10 100 IS 37 .370 American League. O AB R H Pet Stephenson, Cleveland II ! 24 80 .41 Staler. St. .Louis ...10 SOS 44 IS .413 MUler, Philadelphia 41 111 13 41 .171 Speaker. Cleveland .44 111 II 13 .80 Witt, Kew York ....41 111 It 41 .111 Cleveland Baseball Fans Mourn Death of "Sunny Jim" Dunn C'imlaud, O., June 9. All Cleve land baseball fans tonight were mourning the death of James C. Dunn, president of the Cleveland American league baseball club, which because of his disposition had won the appellation of "Sunny Jim." Mr. Dunn died in Chicago early today. Upon receipt of the newt of hi death today's qame between Cleve land and Washington wae postponed and Mayor Fred Kohler ordered the ag on city hall flown at half mast. No ' club owner was higher esteemed by his players than Mr. Dunn. It was a pleasure for him to mingle with his men and the ath The dual mile races between Joie Ray; the champion, and Ray Watson, the former Kansas Aggie sensation, are getting to be quite an attraction. In fact, they are being staged nearly as often as a Mike Gibbons and Mike O'Dowd fight. Carpentier's wily manager, Det camps, ia quoted as saying in re lation to the fight with "Kid" Lewis: "No boxer who fighta Georges can make an elementary mistake and survive." 1 What Descamps means is "no boxer but Dempsey.." . Jack left his chin unguarded and the Frenchman hit it for all he was worth, and soon after Carpentier was listening to the sweet carping of the mocking birds. Johnny Creeley, manager of "Kid" Schlaifer, has received an attractive offer for the "Kid's" services July 4. According to Johnny, the Deer Weights for Brooklyn , Handicap Announced New York, June 9. Weights for some eight thoroughbreds entered in the Brooklyn handicap to be run at Aqueduct June 16, were announced today. ; They . will vary from 90 to 135 pounds, if all the horses go to the post. Weights of the more prominent entries, several of which may be scratched, are: Exterminator, 135; Mad Hatter, 128; n Yellowhond, 126; Gray Lag, 126;" Sennings Park, 122; Audaci ous, 122; Captain Alcock, 116; Mor vich, 115; Snob II, 112; Playfellow. 110; Lucky Hour, 108: Flying Cloud, 106; Pillory, 105; My Play, 100. . . Dan Murphy Cause of Hitting Spree, Steve O'Neill Declares New York, June 9. Steve O'Neill of the . Cleveland Indians, one of the best catchers in' baseball and an ob servant gent as well, claims to. have discovered the secret of the Athlet ics' astonishing form reversal. He doesn't blaipe it-.on any of the pitch ers, nor does he mention Bing Mil ler, Pop .Ybiing, Doc Johnston or Connie, the elongated Mack. ' Danny Murphy, ex-outfielder and present coach of the outfit, gets Steve's ballot as the man who has as much to do with Bing Miller's home runs as the Bing person him self. '. , "He stands out there on the third base coaching line," quoth Steve, "and tips off the hitter on every pitch. Without fail he tips the fast one, the curve and the spitter, and all the batter has to do is to set him self and let fly." Old stuff, Steve. Danny Murphy, in collaboration with Harry Davis, was doing that 10 years ago, when the Athletics could muster a cham pionship ball club. Off and on both have coptinued to do it since, but until recently the Athletic hitters failed to profit by the system. Davis and Murphy flashed them what was coming right enough, but that let the two sign-stealers out. They couldn't walk down to the plate and make the hitters hit. In the old days the Athletics had Eddie Collins, Frank Baker, Stuffy Mclnnes, Eddie Murphy, Strunk, Oldring, Schang and other sincere hitters. All have since gone their re spective ways, and it may have been noted that they never hit as well elsewhere as they did in Philadel phia. Perhaps this depreciation was brought about by the advancing years of some of the players, but un doubtedly they missed the co-operation of the two tipsters. Harry Davis no longer patrols the coachers' box, picking signs out of the air to pass on to less discerning individuals, but Murphy is still about the premises. He can and un doubtedly does tip the hitter as to what is on the way,, and, of course, the advantage is tremendous. Yet, as pointed, out previously, it takes a good hitter to get away with a .350 average no matter what the conditions may be. Murphy's system Good lo Order Sails $30 . Reduced From $45.00 ONE OF OUR TAILORED SUITS WILL OUTWEAR TWO READY MADES. HAS A MORE COMFORT ABLE "FEEL." HOLDS ITS SHAPE BETTER AND LOOKS BETTER. WE HAVE A WONDER FUL STOCK TO SELECT FROM. FINE WOOLENS PRICED VERY LOW. OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL 8:14 MteCarthy-Wilson TAILORING CO. Sotjtheast Ceraer 15th aaa Haraev letes found his company to be pleasantly Inspiring. Lei Nuna maker and Jarlc lirsnry, rtrrati player and Clay , I'olner. hrad of the polite force at Dunn field, mere delegated to represent the club at the funeral. They left for Chicago tonight. It is believed here that Mr. Dunn, widow of the dead man, will main tain her financial interest in the baseball club. Should she decide to do this, she will be the first woman club owner in the American league. In this event it is probable that Tris Speaker, manager of the In dians, or Tom Watih of Davenport, la., vice prerident, will be named president of the club. I-oc'.tfe (Mont.) fight club wants Schlaifer to meet Joe Linionich in a 10-round bout on fire-cracker day. Linionich is the welterweight who recently won over Frankie Murphy. The beaches art due to open soon and the handsome life guards will be on hand to do the thrilling scenes. Girls, the best way to snag a husband is to be rescued by a life guard. It invariably ends in bridal veils and orange blossoms. Bud Logan, another Omaha-welterweight, and Frajikie Murphy of Denver have been matched for a 12 lound bout to a decision at St. Joseph, Mo., the night of June 16. Both Murphy and Logan have de cisions over Schlaifer. The Denver welterweight is a slugger, while Lo gan is more of a la Britton. FIVE TO GO IN BELMONT STAKES Snob II, Hea, Pillory, Ray Jay and June Grass Expected to Go Postward. New York. June 9. From present indications there will be five starters for the annual running historic Bel mont stakes at Belmont Park tomor row. Snob II, the French-American bred colt for which J. S. Cosdcn paid $85,000; Hea, from the Salubria sta bles; Pillory, the Preakness winner, owned by R. T. Wilson, jr.; Ray Jay of the Quincy stables, and June Grass, owned by Gifford A. Cochran, are expected to complete the field for the mile and three furlongs race. They will each carry 126 pounds. The association expects a crowd of at least 40,000 people, including many from Chicago, Baltimore and Wash ington, who already have made telegraphic requests for box reserva tions. - merely tends to make an unusual hitter out of a'good one, for a weak sister at the plate is always hope less. You can think for him, but you can't give him eyesight. fi VAN HEUSEN JJbyvfiM SPECIAL - ; - n collars lYrrtry - II I U lhet ?lla! I V IA ATHLETIC 1 " 11 B Snlr US :rf UNION SUITS ) or Wilt j y 75c - I HereV ' irK n A Sut7oret?on! ifi ; Summer Suits $10 to $25 I They Resist Crease and Twist. , , 1 iii i aim jjcanics, luuunus, vrauciuiiies, VIK. . J 1 Palm Beach Trousers S J I All Colors. 'My 'Alt Sizes. j fl Straw Cool j Hats Underwear ' . 1 The Best Under Vassar and II , superior ' 1 f p IU I9U ?1 LO ?9 , D .1 j Palm Beach! . Shirts J i ! Caps ' Ripple Crepes I r I $1 and $1.50 $2.50 ; I V -T ' "THE HOUSE OF KUPPENHEIMER" ' I . 4 ti ni m Was Gink a Hard Driver?; Kvrry Time He Slapped That (,olf Pimple it Skidded Dizzy. IIM, I Yea an ska ane err anw ear eatra ajuivsr ha e baMl thai Ma le saatehee 4lnb. I la waa has araanal Ui aid Hwaahlawa , elrraaro wheal I itanl to Jaasla eUphaole for a H'.n. I attUn'l aa that bo waa atfsa ka4 a maa lih a heaU ehaiwct llhe a saawiaral seed la liable la da earlala HavlaaT thai he faUe aWweeUIra sand breaks alt the slev, t reaaala sears, for s reaaaa at ad, Sam ItefBaMa. SAM REYNOLDS sounds very gummy to us. Gink could have chewed him up in a round. Gink is not a professional golfer. He buys his own drinks.. . , Neither ia. he an amateur goffer! becauoe he invites friends to have: a .iifter with him. ' Everybody knows that the rules of the Roughtown Country club prohibited members from shooting mora than six caddies to a round. a l.-- i j .1 - L. If s n mciuprr .uiuu anuui oiic-iian g, I dozen assorted sites and shapes ol st caddies. But if he wanted to gun TL iiiviv nai, nv w uakvi. a.. legitimate excuse. Otherwise, the house committee would fine him a hatful of rain. Vardon and Ray came over here in the summer of 1889 and congress looked around for a man to stem the tide of invasion. They saw Gink be cause no matter whether it was a riot or a battle, you had to turn around to see Gink. Vardon and Ray stepped forth in their knickerbockers and Gink sashayed out in his formal . bath, robe with lapels on the hinges. Var don smacked the pill and drove it o far that it looked like a bee's eye. : Ray then crashed into the gutta percha and spanked that berry so hard that it turned sour. DM that stop Ginkus? No. He swung hia club 15 times and swatted the ball on the fifth round trip. He had waited six swings, tut when be got wound up he was an eight-day golfer. . as i i t The pill traveled so quick and so fast that all the telescopes ex ploded i.n the Lick observatory. These telescopes could flirt with the moon and not wink an eye, but . when they tried to follow Ginks drive, they sprained their' gears. . . . ""S'h nave gone rur- s tner if some Eskimo hadn't atnl. I v t- .""- have kiUed the J Eskimo if Gink had swatted it with t the club instead of his wrist 4 Carpentier Agrees to - Makh With Beckejt London, June 9. Georges Carpen-' tier, according to' Sporting Life to day, has verbally agreed to a return, match with Joe Beckett, the English heavyweight, whom Carpentier knocked out in a fight in London two years ago, and will sign a contract ' soon. If the arrangements go through, the newspaper says, the fight will be staged in London in October, , 4 1