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THE OMAHA BEE: WEDNESDAY. JUNE 2. l22.
Sioux City Packers Drop First Game of Series to Buffaloes, 4 to 8
Dailey in Fourth
and Wins Game
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nummary Earned rune: Omaha, ft, ux
City. . Three-base hUl fcrantliatn. Two
base hltai (irlffln. Herman (S), Wilder.
Mefx. Oaterg'iurd. Double play I Herman
to Wilder. Kuue and lilta: OU Dally. I
and 4 In 8 Innlnga: off Okrie. t and ft In
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By RALPH WAGNER.
LAYING a right
cunrt l.ranrl nf
Jfcl VgiCfW baseball, the Buffa-
! return home yes
terday afternoon by
hat.tii'u; t!is Sioux City Packers a de
feat in the form of an 8-to-4 score.
The Buffaloes hit the apple at a
pretty fair clip throughout the eight
and one-halt in
nings and collect
ed 13 bits for a to
tal of 21 bases off
"Cy" Williams' de
livery. Among the
13 hits garnered
off Mr. Williams,
one was a triple by
and four were
detailed Joe Dai
ley and his six
foot form to the
ound at the start, i
Toe managed to get through the ini
tial frame with , colors flying, but in
the second' he started his ascension,
allowing the Packers one run on a
lone single, fielder's choice and three
bases on balls. The Iowans found
Dailey for a double and single in the
third, but a dandy peg from Manush
to Spencer cut the inning short and
saved Joe from being scored upon.
Okrie Relieves Dailey.
Dailey walked the first Packer in
the fourth and was nicked for a sin
gle by the second man to bat. Burch
yanked the lankey Buffalo while the
yanking was good and inserted
"Lefty'T Okrie, the old reliable.
Okrie shot his curves in and
around the Packers in such fashion
that they got but five hits in the re
maining innings. One of these five
hits was a double in the ninth.
"Lefty" whiffed three Packers, which
was more than Williams could do.
George Grantham, speedy little
Buffalo third-sacker, carried away the
hitting honors of the afternoon. He
clouted out a triple and a pair of sin
gles out of five trips to the plate.
The Buffaloes, realizing that the
heavens looked as if they were go
ing to start weeping, started in scor
ing during the first inning when a
single, stolen base, triple and another
single resulted in two tallies.
In the second the Packers cased
one run across the pan on a single,
two bases on balls and a fielder's
Two single and a double were
cood for two more Buffalo scores in
the third, while in the fifth, Griffin's
ouble, an error and Wilder s single
chalked ud two more scores. One
Buffalo made tracks across the rub
ber in the sixth on a single, fielder's
choice and single, and the final Oma
ha tally bobbed up in the seventh on
a base on balls and a double by Her
man, his second of the game.
The Packers brought their total
runs to two in the fourth, added an
other in the sixth and started a rally
in the ninth that resulted in their
x fourth score.
The same teams play this after
noon. Q. What Is the proper procedure In a
ra?e of this kind: On a oneshot hole
with a pond in front of the green and
another behind, a ball hits on the green
and rolls over Into the water. It is im
possible to go to the other side and
drop, keeping the point where the ball
entered the water la line. What is the
A. The rales provide that where. In
case at this kind, one can't follow the
procednre of dropping, back of where
the ball entered the water, the ball may
be dropped as near aa possible to the
epot not nearer the hole.
. In a case where a club has adopt
ed a rule of loss of distance only for a
bail out of bounds, and a ball is lost so
near the boundary line that it la diffi
cult to say whether It went out or re-
4 W . vMn.l.M 4 , nnl1it ?
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A. If after a search of Ave mUuitee
M groand In boondj, tne ball la notionoo.
- wail oat, luu h, yiwrat on '
4J Whsn don the five-minute limit for
looking for a lost ball atart, as soon aa
the ball la driven from the tee, or from
the time that the search actually be
gins? A. From the time that the search
actually begins, t'p to then none can
any that the ball to tost..
Q Where a player In addressing the
ball moves It, is he required to replaca
It? . - , .
A. If thl hanpoaa when be la tee
ing ap to start phvy oa a hole, he eaa
retee the ball. But elsewhere, the bell
ts aat replaced. His cassias Ue kU Batteries: AU-.vetlosa. Murpny. iooaia
ts mere eoonre stroke, aad lbs ball Is I son and Williams: Falla City. McGUI, Mc
Mayes) treat where It Uesu 1 Xahoa and Thornburg,
Named Assist ant
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Eugene (Chick) Neville, former
Central and Yale star athlete, hat
been appointed assistant football
coach at Creighton university. Ne
ville will have charge of the back
field. He will report in September-
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Speaker. Cleveland ..it 105 40
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Orlggi, Chicago .-...63 4
$50,000 Offered for
Conqueror of Morvich
(Omaha Bee Leaeed Wire)
Cincinnati, June 27. Alfred Voge
ler. Cincinnati wholesale druggist,
and real owner of Thibodaux, which
ran second to Whiskaway in the La
tonia special Saturday, today refused
an offer of $S0,000 for the horse. Wil
liam Perkins, trainer, and William
Pool, jockey, were instrumental in
having Vogeler purchase the horse
Today Kay Spence offered, $50,000
in behalf of Montford Jones, and
Kirk Harrington offered $40,000 on
behalf of the Trotter stable. Vogeler
announced that the 3-year-old is not
for sale. He will run in the Latoaia
"Billy" Rplfe and
"Sailor" Moss Matched
"Billy" Rolfe, local welterweight
scrapper, has been matched to meet
"Sailor" Moss, Schlatter's first con
queror, in a six-round bout here
July 4. The bout will be included
on the Legion's fight card,.
Tickets for the firecracker-day
fistic show went on sale at the usual
The legion committee expects to
announce the balance of the program
Modale Winn Game.
Modale, la., June 37. (Special.) Mo
dale defeated Woodbine here Sunday, 6
Score by innings: R. U. S.
Woodbine 000 003 0003 6 4
Modale 001 001 1014 11 1
Batteries: Allera and PeForeat; Barthel
omew and Pratf.
Public Drug Company of South Omaha
play here next Sunday.
Win Ninth Game.
Tndianola, Neb., June 27. (Special.)
The locals won their nlntn consecutive
victory here Sunday by defeating Curtis,
6 to 1.
Pawnee Black So Win.
Pawnee. Neb., June 27. (Special.) The
Pawnee Black Sox defeated Burchard here
Sunday, II to 6.
Elm Creek Wins.
Elm Creek, Neb.. June 17. (Special.)
The locals defeated Loomls here Sunday,
T to 3. Batteries: Elm Creek. Ingram and
Wright; Loomts, Sunblade and Masters.
Crawford Wins Game. '
Crawford, Neb., June 27. (Special.)
Crawford beat Marsiand nere Sunday, is
to 1. Moss, pitching for the locals, struck
out is men ana auowea but live pits.
' Albion. Neb.. June 27. (Special.) Al
bion easily defeated Cedar Rapids Sunday
on the latter's grounds, 7 to 2. The game
was called at the end of the fourth in
ning on account ox rain.
X ml a way Loses.
New Market. Ia.. June 27. (Special. )
New Market defeated Nodaway here Sun
day, 7 to 6. Boyer. on the mound for
the locals, held Nodaway to three hits
and struck out 17 men.
Central Citv Win.
Central City. Neb.. June 2t. (Special.)
Central City won Its 10th game of the
season when it defeated Giltner hare Sun
day, 10 to 3. Three home runs featured
Corning la.. June 27. (Special.) The
Corning Champs had little trouble de
feating Atlanta here Sunday. 6 to 1. The
visitors' only run came In the first inning.
Lefty Daniels held Atlanta to three hits
and struck out 12 men.
Omaha Tlnoatra Ijw.
Oakland. Neb.. June 17. (Special.) The
local defeated the Omaha Boosters here
. Sundasr. 5 t0 , Tn. .,m. wai ..htiv
pUyed Bntll ,he seventh. when a rally by
! toe locals netted tnem lour runs.
Falls City, Neb., June 27. (Special.)
Taking advantage or, every error and hM
t!ngOpportuuely the All-Nations trounced
the Pails City American Lesion team
by the score of 11 to 1 on the local dia
mond Monday. Tne tegionanes comDea
In tilts off of Marpny and smoke Don
aldson. but fast fielding by the dusky
men kept down the ex-soldiera score. The
All-NaUons bunched most of their nine
hita la the sixth Innlne. scoring seven
tuns snd driving McGIU to the showers.
Score by Innings: R. H. E.
AII-Nstlon 01 7 10 11
Falls City "0J 401 410 S
Pro Grid Teams
CLEVELAND, (., June 27.
t'ollrge playt-r will Imve Im'c
chance of breaking into a foot
bill game over vUiitli the National
1'ontbull association liai jurisiliction.
At their Uo-tUy conference here,
rcpreicnlaiivre of profcional foot
ball teams changed the name of the
organization and voted icvrral im
portant changes iu the constitution.
One of thfie provides a fine oi
$5tX) for engaging a player mill at
college. A vrrpiid offense will bring
expulsion while a player entering
a game under a fate name will be
barred from the league. Each club
murt pot a forfeit of $l,00() to ob
serve the rules.
Contracts with players will br
aimilar to those of professional
baseball players, including the re
in A. A. U. Body
Organization pf the Midwestern
association qf the Amateur Athletic
Union was completed last night at
the Omaha Athletic club with 10
local organizations becoming; mem
bers. The new association of the A. A.
U., which takes in Nebraska, Iowa
and North and South Dakota, was
sponsored by C. l Wendell, swim
ming director of the Omaha Athletic
club, for the purpose of creating
keener interest in athletics in this
section of the country.
The organizations becoming mem
bers of the new association are: The
Omaha Athletic club, Nicholas Senn
hospital, Creighton university, Y- M.
H. A., local post of the 'American
Legion, Carter Lake club, Tel Jed
Sokol, Thorpeian Athletic club,
Technical High school and Creigh
ton High school.
H. M. Baldrige of the American
Legion was elected president of the
association. Other officers are: A.
B: Griffith, first vice president; S. H.
Schaefer, second vice president;
Charles M. Garvcy, third vice presi
dent, and C. P. Wendell, secretary
treasurer. Ihe hrst action taken by the new
association was the -adoption of a
resolution to ask the Nebraska legis
lature to amend the state boxing laws
so as to permit amateur boxing con
tests with amateur boxers being re
quired to obtain state licenses to par
ticipate in contests.
Various Events on
"Open Pay" Program
Various forms of golf competition
for "open day" are on the program
at the Feld club Thursday! '
Mrs. Allen Parmer of the Hostess
club announces the following events:
Low score for 18 holes, low score for
outside nine, blind bogey, approach
ing and putting contest, putting con
test, and a swatfest in the afternoon
for the 14 lowest scores in the morn
Iwenty prizes are to be awarded
to the winner.
Cards will be on the program for
those who do not compete in the
U. S. Net Star Fouls
Into Royal Box
Wimbledon, June 27. One record
went to America during the first
day's play in the tennis tournament
when A. W. Asthalter, an American
playing in the doubles in the second
match in the amphitheater smashed
the first ball into the royal box, in
which King George and Queen Mary
were seated. Although the American
is a terrific volleyer, no casualty re
sulted and the match continued. j
Newspaper Men aqd Senators
Settle Differences on Links
Washington, June 27. Attempts
were to De made early today Detore
the senate convened to reach a peace
able settlement of certain serio.us 'dif
ferences that, it became known re
cently, exist between golfers of the
senate and of the senate press gal
Adjustment of the alleged griev
ances was to be sought on the links
of the Chevy Chase club with 12 sen
ators plus Speaker Gillett. of the
house, and David S. Barry, sergeant
at arms of the senate, who were to
meet 14 men who usually occupy the
press gallery and literally look down
on the senators.
K. 0. fcnds Title Bout.
Liverpool, June 27. (By A. P.)
Tommy Harrison of Hanley last
night knocked out Jim Higgins of
Glasgow in the 13th round of what
was to have been a 20-round fight
for the bantamweight championship
Sold to Birmingham
Portland, . Ore., June 27. Joe
Sargent, an infielder, has been sold
to Birmingham, in the Southern as
sociation, according to an announce
ment made today by W. H. Klep
per. president of the Portland base
Pitcher, 52, Hurls
Albany, Ga., June 27. George
Clarke, University of Georgia
pitcher, playing semi-profeagional
baseball here, was credited with a
no-hit, no-run, no-man to first
base yesterday, when Albany de
feated the Fort Benning Infantry
School team, 5 to 0.
Duff, who pitched for the Ben
ning team, was declared by his
team mates to be 52 and to have
been playing 28 years. He gave
up only six hits.
The Albany team is made op al
most entirely of University af
Iklreie. I lletralf, I.
Itsireli. Julia IT The t'huaga Ameri
cans n( Inlu a lla fur I Ml til plat "
nuy riy Hrfsaling lrimn, I lu I na
Tlgvre got sway In a four-run kid in ins
first inning, but Ihe nil think and
t'nle haul in lir innings. Klil'I'so.
M-atll ami pi'halk hit noma runs unit;
ill HO 11
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Mailed (or bhmke In fourlh.
liaili-d for llanry in ninth.
Mrnra by Innlnic
Chl.ag Oil 0 4111
Detroit 101 000 sou I
Summary Runs: Johnson. Collins (1),
Mm ptr. .Mostll, Talk, brhalk (21. Hodge.
Ulua. t'obh. Veach. Culshaw. Iflsgstead.
Twu-bass tills. Blue, Kulk, tfchslk. John
son. Thret-basa bit: Hchnlk. Home runs:
Klagstsgd. Mosul, Hchalk. Htolcn base:
Miistfl. Faerifk hit: Mulllg.in. Double
play: Collins In Johnson to hheely. I.clt
on bases: Chicago, 4; 1'etrolt, I. Hase
on balls: Off Srbupp, ti off Hodge, 4:
off Ehmks, I; oft Cole, 1. Hlruck out:
Ky Lhmke, 1: by Colt, 1; by Hodge, I.
Hits: Oft 8chupp, I In 1 Inning: off
Khmkc, I In 4 Innings; off Hodgs, I In I
Innings: off Cole, 1 la I Innings. Win
ning Pitcher: Hodge. Losing pitcher:
Cole. Umpires: Kvani god Owens. Time:
Cleveland, HI. Louis, I.
Cleveland, June 17. A sis-run rally In
the eighth Inning hers today, In which
Ihe lprilsns drove both Wright snd Van
gilder from the mound, enabled Cleveland
to defogt St. Louis, to 7, In the second
game of the series. The Isst three In
nings were played in a drenching rain.
With Cleveland two runs behind to the
eighth, Jsmleson tripled with the bases
1 Speaker, of
1 Gardner, 3b
01). oewell. at
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Tottls 37 I t 10
Tolill S$ U 27 11
Batted for Danforth In ninth.
Batted for Llndsey In eighth.
Ran for O'Neill in eighth.
Score by Innings:
St. Loul 004 021 0007
Cleveland ....010 100 Olx
Summary Runs: Tobin, Qerber (2),
McManus, Williams. Jainleson, J. Sewell,
Mclnnta. Wood (2), O'Neill, Graney,
Stephenson. Errors: Gerber, Jamleson,
Gardner, J. Sewell, Keefe. Two-base hits:
wiuiams, speaker. Three-base hits:
Jamieson. Malls. Sacrifice hit: Oerber.
Lett on bases: St. Louis, 13; Cleveland,
8. Base on balls: Oft Wright, 4; off
Mails. 3: off Keefe. 2: off Llndsey. 1:
off Uhle, 1. Hits: Off Wright. 7 In 1 In
nings (none out in etgntni; orr vangliaer.
3 in 1- llnnings: off Danforth. 1 In 1-1
Inning; oft Malls, 1 In 1 2-1 innings; oft
n.eeie, i in s innings; on unasey, in
3 i-l Innings; off Uhle, none In 1 inning.
Hit by pitched ball: Gerber. by Malls;
Sneaker, by Wrlrht. Struck out: Hv
Wright, 1; by Danforth, 1; by Keefe, 1;
uy tiinusey, z; py unie, I. Winning
pitcher: Llndsey. Losing pitcher: Van
gilder. Umpires: Chill and Connolly.
Rommel Wins Two.
Philadelphia, June 27. Rommel twirled
Philadelphia to a double victory over
Boston today and enabled the Athletics
to get out of last place. He pitched a full
game in the opening contest, and won, 4
to 2, in the second game. Rommel re
lieved Naylor in the seventh Inning with
the score tied and triumphed, t to 4.
Tillle Walker got his 13th home run in
the seventh inning of the second game.
Score, first game:
0 0 0
4 4 13
3 1 13 1
i oiling ct
II S 27 12
32 g it li
Batted for Plttenger in eighth.
Batted for Pennock In eighth.
Batted for Maynard In ninth.
Score by Innings:
Boston 010 000 001 2
Philadelphia 000 zoi on 4
Summary Runs: Pratt, Dugan, Johns
ton, Walker, Perkins. Errors: Burns, Col
lins, Maynard, Johnston, McQowan. Two
base ' hits: Perkins, Miller, Galloway,
Pratt. Sacrifice bit: Miller. Double play:
Burns (unassisted). Left on bases: Bos
ton, 6; Philadelphia, 8. Base on balls:
Off Romraell, 2; off Pennock, 4; off Ful
lerton, 1. Struck out: By Pennock, 2: by
Rommell, 3. Hits: Off Pennock, 6 in 7
innings; off Fullerton, 2 in 1 inning. Hit
by pitched ball: Menosky, by Rommell:
Dykes, by Fullerton. Umpires: Dlneen and
Htldebrand. Losing pitcher: Pennock.
Score, second game:
5 a 4
Walker, If "
Dykf , 3b
II Rommel, p
34 10 27 15
37 11 24
Ratted for Plttenger In eighth.
Batted for Ferguson In ninth.
Batted for Naylor In sixth.
Score by Innings:
Boston 100 101 010 4
Philadelphia 002 010 30x 6
Summary Runs: Burns, Dugan (3),
Toung. Walker (2). Perkins, Miller, Hel-macb-
Errors: Pratt, Johnston. Dykes
(2). Two-base bits: Walker, Collins, Per
kins, Miller. Home run: Dykes. Sacrifice
hit: Johnston. Double plays: Galloway to
Toung to Johnston, Rommell to Galloway
to Johnston. Left n bases: Boston. 8:
Philadelphia. 7. Base n balls: Oft Hel
mach. 2; off Ferguson, 2. Struck out:
By Heimach, 3; by Rommel. 1: by Fergu
son. . Hits: Off Heimach. S in I 2-3
innings; off Naylor 1 in 3 1-3 Innings: off
Rommel, i In ! innings. Wild pitch:
Ferguson. Winning pitcher: Rommel. Um
piros; Dlneen and Hlldebrand. Time:
Play First Round in
Illinois Tennis Tourney
Chicago, June 27. John Wiley of
the Chicago Tennis club won his
first match in the Illinois state ten
nis championship tournament at the
Skokie Country club yesterday by de
feating W. G. Cassels of Toronto,
Ont., 6-2. 6-4.
Fritz Bastian of Indianapolis, west
ern doubles title holder, with Ralph
Burdick, also won his match ' from
Andrea M asx of Chicago, 6-0, 6-3.
Mile. Lenglen Declares
She Will Play at Wimbledon
Londoa, June 27. Mile, Suzanne
Lenglen, the French tennis star, in a
statement given to The Associated
Press this afternoon declared she had
definitely and finally decided to play
through the singles at the Wimble
don tournament and that under no
circumstances would she default any
match.- She added that she was in
H1 av 1 1 W.I K.
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Omaha, Si lnu Illy, I.
Tulaa. 4; hi. JmIi, i.
IVirhiia, i; tiklah.nna I'll), I
li.ntcr, I; I'n Moines, I.
hluus I lly al Omaha.
Hi. Jo.-I'll at Tula
lea Moinrs at tmnver.
Oklahoma City at Wdhiig.
NKHIUNKl H1ITK I.EKit E.
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l.lnroln 17 III ,Mir llMitii-a M t .III
HsMingi 23 il .511 (Ir'.l I.Un.l IS ;"J .311
floalrlie. 7: (hand lalaud, (.
Ilo.llng., I; Norfolk. ".
Lincoln, 7; Fuirbury, 2.
ilrand Ilaml at li atrlie.
Lincoln at K.ilrhuiv.
llattlnga at Nortulli.
W. I.. Prt I W. t. Pel.
Ton to i .i5irutb.irh 31
Hi. Uiuii 3S IS .SIT I'lilPiso 31
Hronkltn 31 M .MSThllidclphlt -4
Cinrlnnttl 31 -3 .J0;,Bnioo :i
Naw Tork, 7; Philadelphia, 1 (six In
Hroollj'n. 7; Boston, I.
Plttsb0i.-h, 7-1; Chicago, (-1.
St. Ls, I; Cincinnati. I (II In
nings). Tods j 'a Games.
Pittsburgh at Chicago.
Philadelphia at New York.
Brooklyn at Iloaton.
No other game scheduled.
AMBI:4.X l.F.A(.t E.
w. I,, ivt I w. I. ret.
St. Lnuli 10 29 ..ttmlWilhingtnn 32 34 .IAS
New York 3D II .SSI'lletrliml 32 34 .411
Detroit 3S 31 .nil I'hiliitelphls 28 34 .lit
Chicago 33 12 .SlililUoiton 21 33 .121
Philadelphia, C-l: Boetnn, 4-2.
Cleveland. I; St. Louis, 7.
Chicago, 9; Detroit, 6.
No other games scheduled.
Cleveland at Detroit.
Boston at Philadelphia.
New Tork at Washington.
No other games scheduled.
W. I,. Pet. I W. I,. Pet.
St. Paul 41 24 .t:t 'Columbus 32 3r ml
Indlinsnnlll 43 24 .fiL'Jil.ouHvlllfl 30 3D .111
Mlnneipolli in :i .msiKansss City 57 4S .373
Milwaukee 34 31 .52g;Toledo 23 41 .313
Minneapolis, in; Kansas City, I.
St. Paul, 7; Milwaukee, 4.
I.oulsvllla at Toledo (two games).
Indianapolis at Columbus.
Kansas City t Minneapolis.
Milwaukee at St. Paul.
- Hastings Beats Elkhorna.
Norfolk, Neb., June 27. Hastings took
the first game here from the Elkhorna
Tuesday afternoon after a ninth-inning
battle, by a score of il to 7. Tome's two-
Dagger in the ninth, following the drop
Ping of a fly by Scheibel in center field,
aid the business for Hastings. Norfolk
had a batting rally in the lsst Inning, but
Wigglngton whiffed a pinch hitter with
two down and one nn thirri ha.a nnt.a
batted another sensation, tying the score
m tne nun, nringing in two runners with
a long clout for two bases. Score:
Gtughan. si 3 1
0 Wisser. 2I
3 1 Starr, 3b
01 Rouse, If
0 Clark, c
33 10 27 7 Totils
36 S 27 17
Batted for Schieibel In ninth.
Score by lnnin&:s:
Hastings 22fl 100 102 8
Norfolk 120 020 002 7
Summary Runs: Gaughan (2)j Smith
(2), Amen, Tomes, Knapp, Crsnn, Ather
ton, "Wisser, Marr (2), Clark, Stucker, He
garty. Errors: Claughan, Church (2),
Smith, Wisser, JIarr, Stucker, Schiebel.
Two-base hits: Barnett. House. Marr,
Stucker, Amen, Tomes, Willets. Sacrifice
hits: Willets, Church. Amen. Marr. Sac
rifice fly: Marr. Bases on balls: Off
WIggington, C; off Barnett. 4. Stolen
bases: Smith, Atherton (2). Wisser.
Church. Uaugh,an. Double play: Ather
ton to Hegarly to Marr. Struck out: By
WIggington. 7; hy Barnett, 2. Hitl by
pitched ball: By Barnett (Gaughan).
Passed balls: Willets (2). ' Umpire: Mur
phy. Time: 2:10.
Lincoln Trounces Falrbury. "
Fail-bury, Neb., June 27. Lincoln took
the first game uf the series with Fair
bury today by a score of 7 to 2. Lincoln
bunched hits with walks and errors. Olb
son's home run in the first inning gave
Lincoln a lead that the locals could not
3 Olf'leveland. 3b
7 OlMiDermott, rf
4 OIReicble. U
8 41 Bliss, cf
0 01 Goodwill, 2b
1 llWinbush, lp
uiu uonnor, o
4 4 U
3 0 1
35 10 27 i:
33 9 27 12
Baited for Lovlch in ninth.
Score by innlncs:
Lincoln 500 012 101 7
Falrbury 010 010 000 2
Summary Runs: Orr, Gibson (4), Dye,
Smith, Bliss, O'Connor. Errors: Orr,
Rooney (2). Home runs: Gibson, O'Con
nor. Two-baso hits: Bliss. Bool. Sac
rifice: Carrig. Bases on balls: Oft Lov
lch, 7; off Smith, 1. Stolen bases: Gib
son, Zinker, Smith. Double plays: Zinker
to Dye to McCoy, Lovlch to Goodwin.
Struck out: By Lovlch. S; by Smith, 1.
Left on bases: Falrbury, 3; Lincoln, 9.
Hit by pitched ball: By Smith (Bliss).
Karned runs: Fairbury, 2; Lincoln, 6.
Umpire: Smith. Time: 1:50.
Beatrice Bullies in Moth.
Beatrice, Neb., June 27. Beatrice took
the first game of the series from Grand
Island with a ninth-inning rally, linger
started the rally with a double, followed
by two singles and two errors by Roben.
Bowman hit a home run In the first in
ning with two men on base. Kranda also
hit a home run with a man on base.
A B. H.O.J
Roben. lb 5 3 11
Si Dill, rf
ei Parker, "b
Si Norton. If
5 1 12
5 2 1
4 3 3
3 1 1
4 0 1
2 4 1
38 11 24 i "Gllssoa
33 17 11
Btttendorf out for bunting third strike
Batted for Blttendorf in ninth.
One out when winning run scored.
Score by Innings:
Grand Island 001 110 010
Beatrice SOS (00 101 7
Summary Runs: Roben, Kranda (1).
Speaker CI. Shook. Piaer (1). Klrchner.
Bowman, Cnger (2). Gilsaon. Errors: Ro
ben (21. Quinn. Blttendorf. Home runs:
Bowman, Kranda. Two-base hits: I'nger,
Speaker (2), Metz. Sacrifice hit: Speaker.
Stolen base: Dill. Double play: Quinn
to Piser to Klrchner. Barned runa: Be
atrice. 4; Grand lahud, S. Struck out:
By Blttendorf. 3; by Shook. Bases on
balls: Oft Blttendorf. 4; off Shook. 4.
impirs; .Mmbach, Tims; l.li.
llmlaa jmt Mas fclrlhl,
llo.i .n Jun :!. luixikltn il'frai.d
llnsiiiii. f in I, iil,i. tha loii.rs mnili
iiaight it, (.-at lifmlirra pil,hing ami
lllokltta hei.iv h'llilig asaln.l Opi'h
a.r and t-'iltiiiaim aire f.altitcs niore:
All II II 4
All II 0 4
I I I I
4 4 1
I I I HP.ie.ll rl
I I I ItsrWrr di
lis, si.. ir
1 I I Si. b,ill. if
T i.Mllnh. if I
Ul,..l, II I
II. r,.. .1
9 a I " ll.r.lt, t
I inn tt
4 3 11 n.l.,lk lb
4 111 K..I.I, M
1110 ko., 3b
1 I I In hT p
31 II tt I', MrN.m.n, p I e a I
h r it ii
ncoia by innlna:
lironkln "11 1007
lluttun 100 nul ooi 1
Summary Hum: .Tohnalnn, Wheal
C. Ur. Mitchell (31. Olanii, I'nwell,
ILtt'.ti.. Nii-hnleiiii. Krrnra High.
Marker.. Howdy Two has hits :
llitcli'-ll, 'low.lv 'I hr-.-..i lilt: Mitchell.
Sacrifice hits: tVh.rrv, Nirhotsnn. Pnulil
i'l-. Iteuihi-r In ul.oii in Mitchell, Kurd
t Hulk. Left on baara: Brooklyn. In;
llnaion, 1 Haw- on hall.: iilf Oraihger,
3: off Flltinaim. I: off McNainura, I
Mils: Off (leather, t In I 1-1 inning.; off
FHIinglin, 3 In I I t Innings: off Mc
ititmtia. 1 In 2 Innings. Losing pitcher:
ii'arhger. I'mpires: yuiglry and Morun.
Time; 1:21 ,
Muln Stops lsnU' (iame.
New York, June 27 The New Tork
Nationals il'frat.rt Philadelphia. 7 In I,
today. In the first game of what was
scheduled to bo a double-header. The
gams was atnpped by rain at Ihe end of
ths sixth Inning. New Tork hit Hubbel
PHILADELPHIA. I Mi WVOHK
AH. H O. A I All 11.0. a
Rrp. 3b 1 0 0 4lllinirofi.il 4 111
I'trkliimn. 2b 111 3' Rialliig.. lb 1111
Williams, cf 1 1 3 O'rrlirh. 3h 110 1
Walker, if 2 1 I O'Mfiuel. If 10 10
Lee. If 10 10 Voiing, rf 110 6
Fletcher. Si 1 1 llg.llr. Ih 117 1
J. Smith, H I 1 1 0'Hionsel. s 3 110
llle. lb 1 1 f O'HnvnVr. c 1 1 1 J
Henllna. e 111 UDouglll. p 1 1 1
llubbell. p 1 0 0 01 -
1 toui, J7 ia II 1
Totili 20 9 I 101
Poors hv Innings:
Philadelphia 001 0001
New Tork 011 1017
(Called end sixth.)
Summary Runs: Leslie. Bancroft (1),
Rawlinga, Toung (2), Stengel (2). Errors:
Parkinson (2). Rawllngs (3). Two-base
hit: Leslie. Three-base hit: Stengel. Home
run: Young. Sacrifice hit: Snyder. Double
plays: Parkinson to Fletcher to Leslie,
Krlscb to Rawlinga to Kelly. Left on
bases: New York, 1; I'hilsdelphla, 1.
Struck out: By Douglas, 2: by llubbell,
1. Umpires: McCormick and Senlelle.
Pittsburgh, 6-7; Chicago, 1-6.
Chicago, Jane 27. Pittsburgh won both
games of a double-header from Chicago
today by scores of 6 to 1 and 7 to 6.
The visitors bunched their hits In the
first game off Cheeves, chasing him from
the mound, and in the second game they
continued to bunch their blows behind
errors by the Cubs. Score, first game:
PITTSBURGH. I CH1CAOO.
AB.H.O.A. I AB.H.O.A.
Maranville, 2b 4 1 2 6;8latz. cf 4 16 0
I'arey. cr 4 2 4 01 Holloclirr, il 4 2 2 4
Blgbee. If 4 11 0 Krug. 3b 4 10 1
llambart, lb I I I 2lGrlmes, lb 3 0 0 3
Trayoor, 3 0 4 4!Frlberg. rt 4 12 0
Rohwer, rf 4 13 Ol Sillier, It 4 3 2 0
Grimm, lb 4 0 6 3 TYrry, 2b 4 13 3
Hooch, c 4 16 llO'Farrell. 0 4 3 3 0
Cooper, p 4 2 0 OiCheerei. p 2 0 0 1
1 Jones, p 10 0 0
Totals 36 9 27 IS -Kelleher 10 0 0
I Totils 3,1 12 27 11
Batted for Jones in ninth.
Pittsburgh 100 020 3006
Chicago 010 000 0001
Summary Runs: Maranville, Carey,
Bigbee, Gooch, Cooper (2), Miller. Er
rors Hollocher, Terry. Two-base hits:
Maranville. Hollocher. Home run: Cooper.
Stolen base: Carey. Sacrifice hit: Maran
ville. Double plays: Grimm to Traynor
to Grimm, Barnhart to Maranville to
Grimm, Hollocher to Terry to Grimes.
Terry to Hollocher to Grimes, Maranville
to Traynor to Grimm. Left on bases:
Pittsburgh, 7; Chicago. 8. Base on balls:
Off Cooper, 1 ; off Cheeves, 2. Struck out:
By Cooper, 4; by Cheeves, 1: by Jones, 1.
Hits: Off Cheeves, 7 In 6 1-3 Innings; off
Jones, 2 m 2 2-3 Innings. Hit by pitched
ball: Tra,ynor. by Cheeves. Losing pitcher:
Cheeves. Umpires: Wilson and Klem.
Score, second game:
Maranville, 2b S
01 Hollocher, is
01 Krug. 3b
37 12 27 81
40 12 27 16
Batted for Glazner in sixth.
Batted for Alexander in seventh.
Batted for Kaufmann In ninth.
Score by innings:
Pittsburgh 100 111 0007
Chicago 000 050 1006
Summary Runs: Carey, Bigbee. Barn
hart (2), Rohwer. Grimm, Goocb. Hol
locher. Krug. Grimes. Miller, Terry,' Wirta.
Errors: Maranville. Grimes. Miller, Kauf
mann. Two-base hit: Wins. Home runs:
Roberts. Wlrts. Stolen bases Grimm, Big
bee. Sacrifice hits: Traynor. Glazner.
Left on bases: Pittsburgh. 7: Chicago, 13.
Base on balls: Off Alexander, 2; off
Glazner, 2; off Carlson. 4. Struck out:
By Glazner. 4; by ('arisen, 2: by Kauf
mann, 1. Hits: Off' Glazner, 9 in 6 in
nings; off Carlson. 3 In 4 innings: off
Alexander. 11 ' in 7 innings: off Kauf
mann, 1 In 2 Innings. Winning pitcher:
Glazner. Losing pitcher: Alexander. I'm
pires: Klem and Wilson. Time: 1:43.
St. Louis, 9; Cincinnati, 8.
St. T.ouis, June 27. Tietng the score In
the ninth after Hargrave's home run had
put the Reds one run ahead, the Cardi
nals today defeated Cincinnati In 12 in
nings. 9 to 8. Score: 0
CINCINNATI. ST. LOUIS.
AD. U. U- A.I
Bums, cf S 2 lv 0' Flack, rf
Dauhert. lb 0 4 11 I'alann. cf
Duncan, If 6 13 OIGainer. cf.
Harper, rf (12 1 0 Smith, cf-rf
Hargrive. o I 111 HHomshy. 8b
Bohne. 2b 0 2 12' Schultr. If
Caveney. si 4 0 1 S'Fournler. lb
Ptnelll. 3b 5 0 5 41 Slock. 3b
Oillesoie. p 0 0 0 llAinsmitb.e
Markle, p S01 2; demons, c
Totils 43 13 33 17lfoalt. n
AB. HO. A.
4 2 10
10 0 0
7 2 10
0 2 S
4' 2 1 0
j ill II
3 3 2 4
3 0 7 0
0 0 5 0
2 10 2
10 0 2
4 0 12
10 0 0
46 13 30 13
Two out when winning run acored.
Batted for Athsmith In seventh.
Batted for Mann in tenth.
Score by innines: i
Cincinnati 102 112 oot oooI
St. Louis 400 ooo-301 ooi a
Summary Runs: Bums (31. riaubert
(3). Hargrave (2). Gainer. Smith (2.
Hornsby (2), Schults (2), Fournier (2).
Error: Lnvan. Two-base hits: Stock.
Burfns (21. Hargrave. Lavan, 8chultz.
Gainer. Home runs: Paubert. Hargrave.
Stolen base: Daubert. Sacrifice hits: Cav
eney (2), Lavan. Stock, Schultz. Double
play: Stock to Hornsby to Fournier. Left
on bases: Cincinnati, g; St. Louis, 14. Base
on balls: Off Gillespie, 1: off Markle. :
off Barfoot, 1. Struck 'out: By Doak, 3:
by Markle. 10: by Pfeffer, 7 Hits: Off
Doak. 7 In 2 1-3 Innrngs; off Barfoot. 7
in 4 Innings: off Pfeffer, 1 In 6 1-S In
nines: off Gillespie. 4 In 1-3 Inning: off
Markle. 11 In 11 1-3 innings. Winning
pitcher: Pfeffer. Losing pitcher: Markle.
Umpires: Hart and O Day. Time: 2:41.
After More Horses
Charlie Trimble, secretary of the
Ak-Sar-Ben Exposition company,
hopped a rattler last night for
Canada where he expects to secure
several stables of harness horses for
the coming Ak-Sar-Ben fall harness
Trimble will visit the Calgary
loptamz pi the .Lanada circuit) . (
Safe or Out.
i) luner swung n hard at a i'rika
nl sltpp.il so Dial lie alaggaird bark
Hire or four tiepe iMois h. had re
gained his l.lli tha pllrhcr ..ill back
a quirk raiurn lor a strike What should
Ih umpire Ui lu thai rase?
V Ha could bate euetwaded play had
he be. a aalrlilng rarrfull. l iterally he
la rotnu.llnl In rail aliikeoul, bal a
smart umpire will be walrhlns lot Ullage
vf thai kind and If he la cartala Ihe bailer
was Ills slellm ol arrldewl pa still lake
rare of him.
g A bailer bunttd ami Ihe umpire
railed il an "Infiald fly." His attention
a. called In lha nrw rule which sais
thai a hunt is not an Infiald fly. But Hs
woud not change his decision on lha
ground lhat ilia hall want higher thsn It
feat and therefore waa not a hunt. I can
not find Ih rule about the height of
. There la nn rule aa la Ihs height
of a hunt. An imprcliin has been (rested
llial a fly higher than III feel Is not a
hunt, but II la not Ihe height of the fly but
Ihs manner In which Ihe ball Is baited
that make a bunl.
q. With one out the runner on first
lule second at ths sains time that lha
batter fvul tipped th ball fur lha third
inks which was causht. Tha umpire sent
Ihe runnrr back lu flrat because tt was a
foul on Ilia third strike. Does lhst links
any dirfdtura from any other foul?
A. It does not. Ths runner should
have been yarmlllrd lo remain al second
having stolen tha baas on legitimate
Q. How far may ths runner go out of
line to eltids g fielder w,ho Is trying o
gel tho hall?
A. Any reasonable distance.
W. If tha bailer has Iwo strikes and
three halls can ha b changed (or a pinch
A. Yes. A sew baiter may be substi
tuted st any lime.
IHm'l argue over baseball decisions er
records. Write Charley White, eare of ear
sporting editor, enclosing stamped, seif-ad-dreaaed
envelope. Ils'tl tell )ou what'!
Kachas Holds Halnts.
Tulsa, Okl., Juns 17. Rachao pitched
brilliantly against tbe Saints after they
had knocked Blark from tbe rubber In
tbe first Inning and Tulsa took ths lead
In the aeries by winning, I to 1. ftechac
went Into Ihe box with the bases full,
none out and two runs In. Fisher scored
on a aachtics fly and the balance wers
turned bclt. Tulsa overcame the lead In
the first, Bauman's double with ths bases
full tying the scors snd Stevenson's error
on Lellvelis grounder letting In what
proved tha winning run. Score:
2 11 1
0 Davis, rt
1 Stuart, as
4! Lamb, ct
2 Black, p
0 Rachac, p
37 0 24 16 Totals
28 7 27 11
Grover batted for McColl In ninth.
Score by Innings:
St. Joseph 800 000 0001
Tulsa. 400 020 OOx I
Summary Runa: Olson, Corrlden,
Fisher, Davis, Thompson, Lamb, Bauman,
Crosby. Rachac. Errors: Defate, Steven
son. Earned runs: Tulsa, 6; St. Joseph,
3. Left on bases: St. Joseph, 10; Tulsa,
4. Two-base hits: Corrlden, Bauman,
Crosby. Sacrifices: McDonald, Thomp
son, Davis, Lamb (2). Stolen bases:
Thompson, Davis. Bases on balls: Oft
Black, 1; off Rachac, 3; off McColl, 1.
Struck out: By Rachac, 2; by McColl, 1.
W'lld pitch: Black. Runs and hits: Off
Lflack, 3 and 4 in no Inning (none out in
first), winnlug pitcher: Rachac. Um
pires: Ormsby and Holmes. Time: 1:17.
Witches Win Another.
Wichita, Kan., June 27. Wichita made
tol "s W "y w'nnln today's gams,
37 14 27
36 10 24 II
Score by Innings:
Oklahoma City 006 006 102 S
Wichita 001 060 OOx S
Summary Runs: Pitt. ' Mlddleton,
Brady, Berger (2), East (2), McDowell,
Haley, McDonnell (2). Errors: Nagle,
McDowell, Haley. Sacrifice hit: Smith.
Two-base hits: Pitt (2), Moore, Long,
Mlddleton. Berger, McDowell. McDonnell.
Three-base hits: Smith, Biakesley. Hits
and runs: Off Sherman, 3 and 6 In 3
Innings; off Payne, 4 and 4 in 1 2-3 In
nings; off Brady, 1 and 4 In 3 1-3 in
nings. Double plays: Berger to Wash
burn. Moore lo McDanlel, Struck out: By
McDonnell, 4; by Sherman, 1; by Payne,
1. Bases on balls: Off McDonnell, 3;
off Sherman. 1; oft Payne. 1. Left on
bases: Oklahoma city, 8: Wichita, 8.
Wild pilches: Sherman, Brady. Earned
runs: Wichita, 8; Oklahoma City, 2.
I'mpires: Burnslde anil Fitzgerald.
Time: 1:55, ,
Boosters Take Second Bame.
Denver, Colo., June 27. Wolfram and
Gross staged a pitchers' battle In the sec
ond game of the les Moines-Denver series
here this afternoon and the Bear hurler
was victorious, 5 lo 2. Brilliant support
was given Gross by Denver, Des Moines
annexing a total 15 men left on bases.
3 0 13
0 domes. If
S Parker, o
0. Gross, p
- I Tot.l.
31 1 27 10
33 7 21 111
Score by Innings:
Des Moines 100 100 000 2
Denver 010 200 Olx S
Summary Runs: Wagner, Brsen. Long,
O'Brien, Cartwrlght, Patterson (2). Er
rors. Banner. Wolfram. Wright, O'Brien,
Patterson. Earned runs: Des Moines, 2;
Denver, 4. Stolen bases: Gross, Long,
Genln. Two-base hit: Tuna. Three.baae
hits: Graham. Long. Home run: Wag
ner. Saeritiop hits: Turgeon. Wolfram.
Struck out: By Gross. 4; by Wolfram. 1.
Base on balls: Off Gross. ; off Wolf
ram. 3. Double plays: Tuna to Turgeon
to Graham. Wild pitch: Gross. Left on
bases. Des Moines, 15: Denver. I I'm
pires: Donohue and Held. Time: 1:50.
Card Catcher Injured.
St. Louis, June 27. Vernon Clem
ens, catcher for the St. Louis Cardi
nals, is suffering from a probable
broken bone in the palm of his right
hand, which may keep him out of the
game for a long .period. Clemeps'
injury leaves the Cardinals with
Eddie Ainsmith as their only ex
Made This Date
Juns II, 1171 Most errors by outfield
er in a game. I J. Bechtel. Philadelphia
(P. A.) Record also held by eight other
June II. 1184. Most srrors by first
baseman In a gams. I J. F. Gorman,
Kansas City (U A.) Record also held
by seven other players.
Juns 1I,'1I67. Most stolen bases, ons
club. In a game. American league record.
12 Washington against New Tork (AL )
The record Is 17, held by New York (.V.I ),
Juns II. 1107. Most stolen bases both
clubs. In a game. 11 Washington (11),
against Naw Toik (1). (A. U Ths rec
ord ts ales held br Cleveland (I), agalnat
Washington (6), (A. L-). 1111. Tbe rec
ord ts 10. held br New Tork aeainat
iJ-iVtsburia 4 U 1510.
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