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THE OMAHA BEE: THURSDAY. JULY C. 1022
Bears Claw Way to
Good Ball for
Omaha '.ci Score in ftglith
ami Thru I,oe Out in Ninth
When Ymior Chalk
I'p Five Rum.
Omaha Buffaloes had
ton much Fourth of
After winning 14
competitive ball games
the Hutf!oc e,ter
day allowed the lowly
Denver heart to slip
them a 7 to 2 defeat in
the third came of the series.
But, at that, the Rear deserved to
win, because they out hit the Buffa
loes and received better pitching
from "I.anky" Wetzel, the acc of
Dan Rodger' Denver pitching htalf.
The warm afternoon aeemed to
agree with Wetel, as thia Bear
curved 'em over in such fashion that
the Buffaloes connected safely only
even times during the game, which
is very unusual tor the home boys.
Darrough on Mound.
When the "ump' announced to
the customers that Clarence Dar
. rough, the "iron man" of the team,
would hurl for the Buffaloes, the tans
leaned back in their six-hit seats
satisfied that the herd would win its
ISth straight victory, but
Patrough failed to fool the Bears.
He was pounded very gently by the
athletes from the "mile high" city,
but was pounded at opportune times.
Clarence held the Grizzlies to five
hits until the ninth, when Rodgers'
clan got sort of hostile and scored i
fiye runs on three base on balls, a ;
sacrifice, an error, a single and a j
double. . i
It was a pitchers' conflict until the 1
ninth and then it was just Denver.
The score was knotted, i all, when
the Bears clawed Darrough for five
runs in the last session.
Bean Score Run.
The Bears started out like they j
were. going to knock Darrough out
of the box in the first inning. Rodg
ers worked Darrough for a base on
balls and then Gomes came along
with a single. Long smacked the
agate to right for a single and Rodg
ers pulle,d himself 'across the plate.
The scoring activities for Denver in
this stania ceased when Cartwright
wheeled into double play.
Not satisfied with Denver holding
the lead, the Buffaloes planted one
run in their scoring column in the
initial spasm, when Gislason got a
base on balls. Apperson failed to
cause the Bears any trouble, but
Grantham singled and "Whitey
went to third, scoring a minute later
on an infield out. Grantham then
piKfered second, much to the sur
prise of the visitors, but "Babe
Herman was an easy out.
Nothing happened in the second
inning that caused any of the 18
plavcrs to lose their jobs, but in the
third Denver forged ahead of the
Buffaloes when Patterson thought
he was Kenneth Williams and
knocked a home run over the center
Score Count in Eighth.
The Buffaloes trailed the Bears
until the eighth, when the visitors got
all excited and allowed the locals to
knot the count. It happened this
Apperson singled. Grantham
clouted out a double and the "Jack
Rabbit" went to third. Manush blew
into a fielder's choice and the 'Rab
bit" was snared at the plate, Grant
ham taking third on the play. Ma
nush stole second and Catcher Parker
whipped the ball down to second,
but Wetzel nabbed the throw and
in turn heaved the apple to Third
Baseman Patterson, who muffed the
throw, allowing Grantham to score
the tieing run.
Then came the ninth and Denver s
five runs, which broke the Buffaloes
winning streak and resulted in the
local club going back to fifth posi
tion in the standings.
The same teams play again this
California Girl Loses
Hard Fight to Mile. Lenglen
Wimbledon, July 5. Mile. Su
ranne Lenglen. the titleholder, de
feated Miss Elizabeth Ryan of Cali
fornia in the women's singles of the
grass court tennis championships
yesterday, after a hard struggle
in the second set bv the score of 6-1,
J. O. Anderson, the Australian
Davis cup player, won his way into
the semifinals of the men's singles in
the grass court tennis championships
today by defeating his teammate, Pat
O'Hara Wood, in a hard fought
Q Ar thr any restrictions -with ref
rnoe to takins a practice swing or
wings in high grass?
A. A nlfcjrr my tk prctir awing
or awlnga. provided hr la rlub Imgth
or moro sway from the ball.
Q. l'leaee tell me how ply ahouia
hare been acored in the following case:
I putted and holed out in five. My. op
ponent putted and the ball rolled to the
edge of the cup and stopped, that be
ing Mia fourth. He stepped up to hit
the ball again, but Juat before he etart
ed hla awing the ball dropped la. Did
he get a four or five?
A. If the ball rolled In before" he took
hie ateuu and grounded hia club, he
abould have been rreilited with a 4.
Thereafter, he would be considered to
hate rawed the ball to move, and hia
score would be 5.
i What is the m!e with reference
to moving a rock that lies near a ball?
A. Any rock, stick or the llae-that
lies within a club length of the ball
that ie not fixed, may be moved, unless,
of coarse, the ball Ilea In a hazard. If
the nek la bnried enough to appear fixed,
II may bo be removed without penalty.
Q. If my opponent leavea me a stymie
with the balls say a foot apart and close
te the hole, am I allowed to try to bit
hla tall and knock It away from the hole
Instead of trying tj hole out myself?
A. Bach tatrtir are hardly advisable,
tee the ppenent haa the option of re
plaein hie ball If ha likes. There Is no
rale to nrtwt T from trying It, how
ever. If yon like.
Q. What is to be done where a player
la a medal qualifying round thought
lessly pirka up his ball before holding
oat on the rttlng freenT
A. A ball mast be replaced and holed
oat and there is a penalty of two strokes.
Tbh) nana be done before play is be-
Cea the kex hole, or la e of the
tola, before the player haa, left the
inn.. Otherwise, ha la aieaualified.
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renny Leonard restored his standing as lightweight champion when he stopped Rocky Kansas in the
eighth round of their fight at Michigan City, Ind. Kansas' seconds tossed in the sponge while Leonard was
waiting to shoot in the finishing punch. Above photo shows Kansas down as Leonard was acclaimed winner,
and photo at bottom shows part o.f the crowd of H),000 which saw the battle.
Cardinals Rent Beds.
St. I.ouis, July 6. The Cardinals batted
Murklo hard In the second and third in
nings. In which, they scored 10 runs, anil
dafeated Cincinnati, 11 to 4, in the final
game of the series.
Rogers Hnrnsby hit his 20th home run
of the season in the eighth inning, tleing
Kenneth Williams of the local Americans
for the 1922 league lead. At thia time
last year, however. Babe Ruth had
slammed out 31 circuit drives. Score:
CINCINNATI. I ST. LOUIS.
AB.H.O.A I Flack, rf 4 2 0
Burns, cf 3 0 3 0! Smith, cf 4 0 6 0
Daubert.lb 4 1 14 1 Hurnaby. 2b
0 0 Schultn. If
1 21 Stock, Sb
Plnelll. 3b .
Totals 84 13 27 10
Totals 33 7 24 11
Scoro by innings:
Cincinnati 100 010 200 4
St. Louis. 040 000 Olx 11
Summary Runs: Daubert, Pinelll, Kim
miek. Flack, Hornsby (2), Sohultz. Four
nier. Stock 2), McCurdy (2), Lavan, Bar
fii't. Errors: Daubert, Harper, Pinelll
l.'V Two-baso hits: Duncan. Flack (2),
Pinelll, Markle. Three-base hit: McCurdy.
Home run: Hornsby. Stolen base: Stock.
Sacrifice hits: Flack, fturns. Double
plays: Daubert to Klmmlck to Daubert,
Kimmlck to Daubert. Left on bases: Cin
cinnati, 4; St. Louis, 6. Base on balls:
Off Markle, 6. Struck out: Bv Barfoot,
2: by Markle, t. Hit by pitched ball:
Plnelll, by Barfoot. Umpires: Klem and
Pterman. Time: 1:38.
Cubs Defeat Pirates.
Pittsburgh, July 6. The Chicago Cubs
defeated tho Pirates. 11 to 6. today, find
ing Pitchers Carlson and Hamilton for
13 hits in seven innings. Jones got along
niceiy for the Cubs except in the fifth,
when the Pirates scored twice and the
ninth when a belated rally brought three
Statz, cf .0 0 0 OMar'v'le. sa
F'rg. cf-3b 6 2 2 0! Carey. cf
Hoi' her. ss 4 2 3 8 Mokan, If
Terry, 2b 6 0 5 3 Tier'ev, 2b
Orimes, lb 4 16 0 Ens, 3b
0 2 0
0 1 2
2 2 1
1 1 1
1 7 1
0 6 1
0 0 0
Barber, rf 4 4 3 0j Rohwar, rf
1 0i Grimm, lb
1 01 Jnnnard.
3 11! aBarnhart
Cal'hen, cf 0 0 2 0! Mattox, c
U'Far'l, c 4 2 2 Carlson, p
Jones, p S 0 1 li H.imil'n. p
1 Hol'w th, p
n n o 2
10 0 0
40 15 27 13'zUooc-h,
I Totals 34 10 27 10
sBatted for Jonnard In seventh.
sBattexl for Hamilton in seventh.
iBatted for Hotlingsworth in ninth.
Score by innings:
Chiaago 160 000 ISO 11
Pittsburgh 000 020 003 5
Summary Runs: Friberg C2, Hollocher,
Terry, Orimes (3, Barber. Maisel, Krug,
O Farrell (2), Maranvllle. Kohwer. Grimm,
Jonnard. Hasailton. Krrors: Hollocher.
Jones, Tierney (2). Jonnard. Two-base
hits: Maranvlle, Carey. Grimes. Three
base hits: Hollocher. Kmg. Sto'en bases:
Friberg, Barber, O'Farrell, Sacrifice: Hol
locher, Carey. O'Farrell. Double plays:
Terry to Holoeher to Grimes: Hollocher to
Grimes. Left on bases: Chicago. 11; Pitts
burgh. 7. Bases on balls: Off Jones. 3;
off Csrleon. 3: off Hamilton. 1: of Hol
lingsworth. 2. Struck out: By Jones. 1; by
Carlson, 1; by Hamilton, 2; bv Jtolllngs
worth. 2. Hits: Off Carlson. S In 12-3
innings: off Hamilton. 7 In 6 1-3 inilngs;
oft Hotlingsworth, 2 in 1 Innnings. Hit by
pitcher: By Carlson (Statu. Winning
pitcher: Jones. Losing pitcher. Carlson.
Umpires: Hart and O'Day. Time: 2:13.
Made This Date
Julv 8, 1920 Most three-baso hits bv in
dividual In a game, i Elmer Flick, Cleve
land (A. L.I American leagne record. Also
lu-ld br N. Lajoie. I. Jackson. O. Williams.
The record is 4. held Jointly by George A.
Strief and W Joyce.
July 6. 191 S Players who have scored
three men on one base hit R. Pemmitt,
St. Louis (A. L ). Five National and 10
American league players hava same record.
July S, 1920 Most times at bat, one
club In an inning, IS New York against
Washington (A. L. (fifth Inning! Ameri
can league record). The record is 23. held
by Chlcsgo against Ivtrcit tX. L-). 13.
Julv S. 19-0 Most runs one club in aa
Irntng. 11 New Tork aiainst Washington,
(th inning. American league record. The
record is 1". held by Chicago against De
troit tN. L ). 13.
Monroe W ins Came.
llMru. Neb.. Julr S. (Special. Mon
roe defeated Genoa oa the tatter's grounds
Tuesday. to a,
7 - 2 Victory Over Buffaloes and
From Kansas in
Fairburr Wins From Beatrice.
Fairbury, Neb,, July 6. Fairbury won
the third game of the series from Beat
rice here today by hitting Marquis for five
singles and a home run in the seventh,
Inning for six runs and an 11 to 3 score.
Delag., 2b 4 0 2 3
Kirch., lb 6 2 9 0
Wig ins, rf 4 0 2 0
Bowm., cf 4 2 4 0
Moon., If 3 12 0
Ijulnn. ss 4 0 2 1
Parker, 3b 4 2 1 1
Unger. c 3 111
Rooney, ss 5,1
Cleve., 3b 5
M'Der., cf 4
Relohle, If 5
Wlmb., lb 5
Goodw, 2b 4
.Tenney, rf 3
O'Con.. c S
Willey, P 4
Marquis, p 4 0 1 4
Phill'ps, v 0 0 0 0
Totals 83 17 27 h
Totals 36 9 24 101
Bpatrice 100 020 000 3
Fairbury 000 110 H3 11
Summary Runs: Delaguerra, Klrchner,
Wiggins, Cleveland, 2; McDermott, 3;
Iteichle, 2: Wlmbush, 2; Goodwin. Jenney.
Krrors: Delagueira, Rooney, 2. Home run:
Relhrle. Throe-base hit': McDermott.
Two-baso hits: Reichle, Parker, Bowman.
Sacrifices: Goodwin, Jenney. O'Connor,
Wiggins. Bases on balls: Off Willey. 3.
.stolen bases: Uoodwln (2): Jenney, Wig
gings, Kooney, Unger. Quinn. Double
plays: liooney to Goodwin to Wlmbush.
Runs and hits: Off Plilllipps, 3 and 2 in
1- off Marquis, 8 and 16 in 7. Struck out:
By Willey. fi; by Marquis. 2. Left on
h.ses. Palrhurv. 7: Beatrice. 8. Hit by
pitcher: By Phillipps (McDermott). Um
Time: two hours.
Inlanders Bent Hastings.
Hastings, Neb.. July 6. Grand Island
won the third game of the series from
Hastings hero today, 7 to 3. Six hits in
tho seventh inning put them out ahead.
GRAND ISLAND. I HASTINGS.
AB.H.O.A. Pixel'. 2b 4 14 5
Roben. lb 4 2 17 n ilaughan.es 4 u a a
Kranda. 3h 5
Speaker, cf 4
Motz. ss 4
Serio. 2b 4
Roberts, c 4
Faulk, p 4
2 i rtinen, Cl vr "
1 0 0 Tomes, If 3 0 2 0
2 0 OiWillets, c 3 12 0
0 0 4, Knapp, lb 4 2 9 U
1 1 Olcramm. rf 3 0 10
1 0 41 Smith. 3b 4 0 11
1 7 1 1 Peterson, p 3 0 0 3
1 0 3zViglngton 10 0 0
Totals 38 11 27 14) Totals 32 4 27 12
xBatted for Peterson in ninth.
Score by innings:
Grand Island 000 200 6007
Hastings 020 000 0013
Summary Runs: Rohen, Kranda (2),
Speaker. Palmatier. Roberts. Faulk. Wll
l.'ts. Knapp, Smllh. Errors: Kranda (2),
Speaker. Faulk. Knapp. Peterson. Sacri
fice bits: Metz, Willts. Base on balls:
Off Faulk, i; off Peterson. 2. Stolen
bases:. Amen. Knapp. Struck out: By
Faulk, 6: by Peterson. 4. Left on bases:
Grand Island, 7; Hastings. 7. Hit by
pitched ball: Fixer, by Faulk: Prltchard,
by Peterson. Earned runs: Grand Island.
6: Hastings, 1. Umpire: Murphy, Time:
Scott Wins Own fiame.
Lincoln. Neb . July 5. Genneth Scott of
no-hit. no-run fame not only pitched win
ning baseball in the last game of the
series here with Norfolk this afternoon,
l.ut batted in the only run of the game,
which gave the Links a 1-0 victory and
two games out of the three-game series.
NORFOLK. ! LINCOLN.
5 li Deal, ss
4 2,Carrig. cf
1 0 McCoy, lb
0 v Gibson, rf
8 3; Dye. 2b
1 0 Bool. If
3 31 Zinker. 3b
1 01 Conkey. c
fi 2i Scott, p
Wlsser. 2b 3 0
Marr. 3b 3
Rouse. If 4
Clark, c 4
Stucker. rf 3
Hega y, lb 3
Graves, cf 4
Bamett, p 4
29 7 27 19
Totals 31 6l23 11!
xRan for Sluckert in ninth.
xiMcCoy out. hit by batted ball.
Score by innings:
Norfolk 009 onn and a
Lincoln 818 00x 1
Summary Run: Conkey. Errors: Ather
ton (2), Wisser. Scott. Two base hits:
Alherton. Conkey. Double plays: Hegarty
to Wlsser; Peal to McCoy to Zinker. Hit
hv pitcher: By Scott (Wisserl. Struck out:
Bv Barnett. : by Scott. 4. Ba on balls:
Off Bamett. 2: off Scott, 2. Earned run:
Lincoln, 1. Left on bases : Norfolk, t; i,n
coin. 6. Stolen base: Rouse. Sacrifice hits:
Marr, Hegarty. Umpire: Johnson. Tims:
Hutchinon. Kan., July 4. "Fris
co" Ed Warner knocked out Ser
geant Rhodes, former champion of
the army of occupation, in the sec
ond round of a scheduled 10-round
bout nere tonight .
Tigers Win in Eleventh.
Detroit, July 5. Stephenson's error and
Blue's triple after two were out in the
11th inning, gave Detroit the final game
of the Cleveland series today. Score:
AB.H.PO.A I AB.H.PO.A
Jamles., If 6 t 4 Oi Blue, lb 5 2 10 1
Wahy. 2b 6 1 2 7 Jones, 3b
Speak'r, cf 6 2 6 OlCobb. cf
Steph., 3b 6 0 1 sivearh. If
4 12 3
6 2 4 0
2 7 1
Sewell, ss 3 3 1 6 Hellm., rf 5
Mcln'is, lb 4 2 15 OlClark, 2b 5
Wood, rf 4 10 0; Rlgney, ss 6
O'Neill, c 4 1 3 0Bassler, a 4
Uhle, p 6 10 3 Plllette, p 3
1 Ehmke. p 1
Totals 41 13x33 181aManion 1
2 0 0
1 5 4
1 2 S
0 2 1
0 0 1
0 0 0
Totals 43 11 33 20
xTwo out when winning run scored.
iBatted for Plllette in ninth.
Cleveland 110 020 000 105
Detroit 002 001 010 116
Summary Runs: Speaker, Stephenson,
Sewell (3. Blue (2), Cobb (2), Bassler,
Ehmke. Krrors: Stephenson. Wood. Two
base hits: Cobb (2); Veach. Mctnnls,
Hellman. Three-base hits: Jones, Sewell,
Blue. Home run: Speaker. Stolen bases:
Sewell, Stephenson. Rigney. Sacrifices:
Mclnnis, Jones. Double plays: .Tones, Clark
and Blue: Uhle, Sewell and Mclnnis, Left
on bases: Detroit, 8; Cleveland, 10. Bases
on balls: off Plllette, 2: off Ehmke, 3;
off Uhle, 2. Hits: Off Plllette, 12 In
Innings: off Khmke, 1 in '2. Hit by
pitcher: by Plllette (Wood). Winning
pitcher: Khmke. Struck out: by Plllette
1; by Ehmke, I: by Uhle. 1. Umpires:
Chill and Connelly. Time: 1.30.
Lewis Dumps Eustace
Wichita, Kan., July 5. After tos
sing Ed (Strangler) Lewis, world
champion wrestler, for the first fall
in 38 minutes and 30 seconds, with
a reverse armlock. Alan Eustace of
Wakefield. Kan., lost the next two
falls iii short order here last night
Lewis took the second fall in 12
minutes with a toe hold and the third
in less than 30 seconds with a toe
Runners on second anrt thirri t,
pitcher while in position maks a molion
to throw to second without stepping to
ward the base, is that a balk?
-yr; y feint to throw with
out throwing, hut he must take the for
mal step toward the base.
Q. Batter hit to first baseman, who
missed the ball with his hand, but the
ball hits the baseman's shoe, bounds to
second baseman and the latter throws
the batter out at first. Does the first
baseman get an assist?
A. Better give him one.
Q. Man on third. Batter hits the hall
for three bases, but fails to tuuch first
and they find tt nut and call him out. Does
the run third count?
Q- If a runner scores from sernnd .n.i
falls to touch third, has the field um
pire or ins umpire-in-chief a right to call
attention to the fielding side to It?
A. He hn not. Nor haa the fild
plre the right to tell players tn go hack
and touch the base when a fir ball is
nbout to be caught. He only judges plavs
and does not grive advioe.
Q. Suppose the batter fouls the ball on
the third strike, is he out or is it a
A. It is only a fool unless the hatter
bunted. In that rase it Is the third strike
Today in Ring History
Twenty-Eight Years Ago.
Joe Wolcott knocked out Dick O'Brien,
Boston. 12 rounds.
Twenty-Two Tears Ago.
Oscar flardner lost to Eddie Sentry,
Kansas City. 29 rounds.
Nineteen Tears Ago.
Young Corbett against Sammy Smith,
no decision. Philadelphia. rounds.
HerenteeB Tears Ago.
Mike TVmnvsR knocked out Dutch Imp
son. Rochester, N. T., 12 rounds.
Mxteea Years Ago.
Joe Blakbum against Georg Gun
ther, no decision. Phtlsdelphfa. rounds.
Five Years Ago.
Joe Jeanette knocked out Tango Kid,
New York, f rounds.
Fotr Years Ago.
Joe Burrosn sgsinst Benny McCoy, ex
hibition, Cleveland, 4 rounds.
Safe or Out
W L. I'' t ! W. f. r. t
Kt .l.iseph ee li Omaha 4 IS .Ma
'lUlMt .HM,lkU t liy SI IU.4SV
Wirhns 4 J4 ..-.' I inner hi ,112
Xlnuxt'lty 42 lit .63 l. Moines bi .ill
Denver. 7; Omaha, 3
Hiuui c.'it), 7; Urm Moines. I.
Oklahoma City. 10; Tulsa, '
St. Joseph. , WU'lills. 4.
Dsnvsr at Omaha.
Ilea M'l.nrs at Miuus City,
vtu-uiu at okluh'ona City.
Tulsu at St. Joseph
Nebraska Mat league.
W, 1. I'd I W. L. I'rt,
ratrbury 31 Is ,40: Norfolk 24 27 ,U
Lincoln II II .sat lid. Island 19 2 (.':
Hustings 27 It .629, Hestiu e HJytW
Lincoln. 1 : Norfolk,
Grand Island, 7; Hastings, 1.
Fairbury, It; Beatrice, 3.
Beatrice at Falrbuiy.
Norfolk at Orsnd Inland.
Hastings at Lincoln.
w L. Pi t ! W. L. Pet.
New York 44 24 .t7jChligo JH H .6001
M. Louis 4i 32 ,66S I'lllsbulgU 14 it 4,1
Brooklyn 40 33 .Us I'hila 2 40 ,m
Cincinnati J 38 4(ll!sston 2 .177
Chlcsgo, t; Pittsburgh, 6.
St. Louis. 11; Cincinnati. 4.
No others scheduled.
New York at Pittsburgh.
Brooklyn at St. Louis.
None others scheduled.
W. I,. Pet. I
St. Louis 46 30 .tiOOIWash'n
k l. i A 1. &71 ' I'liil,.!. nit
W. L. Tct.
35 17 .4t(
31 41 .463
32 41 .t:i8
28 41 .401
29 35 '627 Hustun
38 37 ,607!l'hlla
Detroit, 6; Cleveland, t.
New York-Philadelphia, rain.
None others scheduled.
Chicago at Philadelphia.
Cleveland at New York.
St. Louis at Boatun.
None others scheduled.
W. L. Pet I
Indiana's 47 30 .61" , Louisville
St. Paul 44 30 .695! Columbus
Mlnnea'ls 42 3:1 .680! Kan. City
Mll'auke 45 37 ,549Toledo
Louisville, 10; Indianapolis, 1
Columbua, 3; Toledo, 2.
Milwaukee, 9: Kansas City, 4
St. Paul, 6; Minneapolis, 2,
Toledo at Indianapolis.
Columbua at Louisville.
St. Poul at Milwaukee.
Minneapolis at Kansas City.
W. L. Pet.
37 42 .468
34 45 .4:10
36 47 .4:7
28 18 ,3C8
Indians Bent Oilers.
Oklahoma City, July 6. Oklahoma City
bunched hits with Tulsa bobbles and took
the final game of the series Wednesday,
10 to 7. Lamb accounted for three of Tul
sa's tallica in the fourth with a home run
with two on. Lelivelt lilt safely five con
TULSA. i OK LA. CITY.
AB.H.O.A. I AB.H.O.A
Bennett, If 5
Tlfson, 3b 6
Lellvelt, lb 6
0; Pitt, rf
0 Kr'ger, 3b
3 M'Dan'I. lb
1 1 Long, c
1 .Moore, cf
B'mau, 2 b
1; Allen. P
1 0 0 0 Brady, p
Totals '40 11 24 111 Totals 37 12 27 16
Score by innings:
Tulsa 100 300 021 7
Oklahoma City 300 311 20x 10
Summary Runs: Thompson, Lellvelt
(3), Stuart (2), Lamb, Pitt, Ginglaidi,
Tate, Felber (2), McDaniel, Long, Wln
dle, Moore, Allen. Krrors: Bennett, Stuart
(2), Baunian (2), McUinnlx (3), Krueger,
Felber. Two-baae lilts: Thompson, Stuart
(2), Crosby, Felber (2), McDaniel, Windle,
Long and Alien. Home run: Lamb. Bases
on ba s: Off Brady. 1; off Kachac, 2; orr
Black. 1. Hit by pitched ball: by Glazier
(McDaniel.) Sacrifice hits: Lamb, McDan
lei, Windle. Stolen bases: Lelivelt, Glnglar
dl. Struck out: By Allen. 1; by Rachac, 1
by Black. 1: by Crosby, 3. Rune and hits
Off Allen, 7 and 14 In 8 1-3 innings; off
Brady, 0 and 0 In 2-3 inning; off Kachac.
3 and 7 In 3 2-t Innings; off Black, 2 and
2 In 1-3 Inning, one on, none out; off Gla
zier, 1 and 3 In 2 innings. Double plays:
Felber. Windle and McDaniel; Thompson,
Bauman and Lellvelt. Left on bases: Tul
sa, 8; Oklahoma City, 8. Umpires: Holmes
and Ormsby. Time: 2:00.
Saints Defeat Witches.
Wichita. Kan., July 5. St. Joseph de
feated Wichita In a heavy hitting game,
the last of the present series, by a score
of 8 to 4. Score:
ST. JOSEPH. I WICHITA.
AB.H.O.A. I AB.H.O.A
Olson, lb 4
8 10 1 Smith, cf
Cor don. If 4
Fisher, rf 6
Bon'w'a, cf 4
Defate, ss 4
M'D'ld, 3b 6
St'p'on, 2b 4
Grab'ski, c 4
Adams, p 1
Lilld'g, p 2
0 0Wash'rn. 2b 4
13 0 Berger. sa 3
1 4 1 Kast, rf 4
2 12 Blak'ly, if 4
2 3 4! M'D'w'l. lb 3
3 2 21 Butler, 3b 4
3 3 Oi Haley, c 4
0 0 11 Beebe. p 0
2 0 121 Mtlsser, p 2
1 sGrlffin 1
37 16 27 13:
34 9 27 12
zBalted for Musser in ninth.
St. Joseph 312 000 1018
Wichita 001 300 0004
Summary Runs: Olson (2), Corrldon
(2), Fisher, Defate (2), tirabowskl. Smith
(2), McDowell, Butler. Errors: Stephenson,
McDowell. Sacrifice hit: Adams. Two-base
hits: Corrldon (2), Defate, McDonald,
Stephenson, Grabowskl (2), Berger, Mc
Dowell. Home runs: Smith, Olson, Fisher.
Stolen bases: Defate (2). Hits and runs:
Off Beebe, 7 and 6 in 2 innings; off Mus
ser, 9 and 3 in 7 Innings: off Adams, 8
snvl 4 in 3 2-3 innings; off Ltndberg, 1 and
0 in 5 1-3 innings. Double plays: Washburn
to Berger to Haley; Adams to McDonald
to Olson; Washburn to McDowell; Berger
to Washburn to McDowell. Struck out:
By Musser, 4; by Adams, 1; by Liml
berg. 1. Bases on balls: off Musser, 4; off
Adams, 3. Left on bases: Wichita, 7; St.
Joseph. 7. Wild pitch: Lindberg. Karned
runs: Wichita, 4: St. Joseph. 7. Umpires:
McGloom and Anderson. Time: 2:00.
Parkers Beat Boosters.
Sioux City, July 6. Sioux City won the
third game of the series from Des Moines
here today, 7 to 1, when Wolfram weak
ened In the seventh and eighth innings
and the Packer sluggers drove In their
runs. Roettger was in splendid form,
striking out 12 men and giving but four
Totals 30 4 24 19 Totals 36 13 2710
Score by innings: s
Des Moines nil) DUO 000 1
Sioux City (101) 1)00 3(x 7
Summary Runs: Yuna. Hemingway (2),
Elsh (2). Ostergnrd. Robinson, tjuery. Er
rors: Turgeon. Wolfram. Hamilton. Two.
base hits: McLaughlin, Wilson. Yuna. Elsh.
Robinson, Hemingway. Sacrifice hits: Tur
geon. McLaughlin. Palmer. Roettger.
Stolen bases: Horsn, Hemingway, Elsh.
Mets 2), Ostergard. Earned runs: Sioux
City. 7: Pes Moines. 1. Left on hsses:
Des Mo nes 8; Slnug Citr. 10. Base on
halls: Off Wolfram. I: off Roettger. 1.
struck out: By Wolfram, I: by Roettger,
II, Hit by pitched ball: Query, by Wolf
ram. Umpires: Donahue and Hld. Time:
Whitney Fulton Kayoes
"Stormy" Griffiths in Third
Wymore, Xeb., July 5. Whitney
Fulton, brother of Fred Fulton,
knocked out "Stormy" Griffiths of
Omaha in the third round of a sched
uled 10-round bout here tonighi
Break Locals Winning Streak
V4 llllam.' tll.Mere V in.
Oakland Sell , Julv i - ihp.. ul on,,
Williams' AII Hur. ,lcl.-al-l litv I... ji.
hvrs in Fourth. 9 an I The p.iihui (
Mt arlhy snd the lulling A. titstr,
Itsaen slid Mimkus fenluiv.t f"l tile I..
Ilnrs. brttr .y llllilliss: R H t!
AM-Nlare 1U2 Juf 1100 s u
Oakland hd hi too-1 7 0
Hlgradi Neii. July inpenal I-The
liH'Sls best KpnMins hie oon.tai. 8 10
Hlalel. on the IIMH I for lletgraile, held
the Mltni to four hits.
Mill Kama In Twelfth.
Long fin., Nrli., ,lul e.lHirilM -llaiaeu
rtifesied the locals here I he Fourth.
4 in i, In a fast tueUe iiiniiiii game.
ovr hy Innings M H. F
Haa.elt I'UI lot n0 001 8 II 4
l.nng I'lne . im Oi"' 23 mm ii IS I
Bstterirs: I'rutst and Curtis; i, Dono
van and Cm.
F.lha t lull Ibises.
Kilis. Neii. Julv iHpe.ial )- Daiiiie
l.rog infested the o,nl h.re Tuesday, It
Ml. noil t alley Iamhi.
Module, Id . July I trlpei Isl I ModuU
defesicil Missouri alley Tuesday on in
Utters ground., 3 lo 4. Ill sn ILInniOK
pllrhera' battle hat a e, n llniiinK.rln.-r of
Mlasnurl Valley and Alters uf Module,
Win In Ten Innings.
Rlverdalr. Neb , July 6 (SprcUl ) The
Divide t .a III defeated Odessa on the let
ter's grounds Sunday, 8 in 3. In 1 In
nings. Dvleat. pin ning for Dlvldr, stru' k
out 18 batten..
'lay Fast (.sine.
Ceulral City. NeO , July 6 (Special.)
Csntral City defeated St. Kdwgrd here Sun
day, i and 2. In one of the fastest games
sen here thts season.
Weeping Water Wins.
Weeping Water, Neb. July 5 (Spe
cial. Weeping Water won fnun Nebraska
CUy here. 2 to I, Batteries; Nel.rasha
City, Dunn and Crouch: Weeping Water,
Zeigenbeln and liredoviiie.
Lodgepole. .Neb. July 6 (Special )
The locals defeated Dalton here Sunday,
11 to 2.
' Hemlngford Urals Crawford.
Hemlnaford. Neb.. Julv 6. ( Suci lal )
The locals beat Crawfoitl here Tuesday. 7
to 6, In 12 Innings. .Vnui went In t lie
box for Crawford In the fourth after five
runs had been made, and struck out the
next three men. He finished the game,
stlowtng only two scratch singles and
rt ..... - V..K I.. I., S iW.,..iAt I Th.
locals beat Seward here, 16 to 7.
Kiflild Lets Homer .
Milton!. Neii , July 6 ( Special.) Tho
locals defeated the fast Kxeter team at
Dorchester. 7 to 4. Fifleid hit a home run
with one on for Mllfsrd.
Kim tVeck HrMtx MouthweMern.
Elm t'rpek, Neh.. July 6. (Special.)
The locals drtlVated Southwestern hTt,
4 to 1.
Win ltouhlf hMidtr.
Slai'Ieton, Neb,. July 6. Hiiro Uiiiih-rn
rtfratyd the locals two Kauit-s hei . i fit
first, 7 to 4, and tho Heron.!, lu tu t(.
Fremont. Neh.. July ft. (Spot-iiil. )
Wrut's Variety tt-am of Fremont dfffated
Schuyler un the latter' Krountln, 19 lo s.
iUUK lilt wor.
Long Pine, July 6 (Speritil.) The lo
cal defeated Ains worth, here, 6 to 3.
Cluiiibuft Trlnm FuMerton.
CotumbuM. Nab.. July (Sppclal )
Columbun dpfeaie Fullerton here Tues
day, 4 to 3. Battfrl-s: FuMerton, Ioff
man and M i 1 1 ; Columbus, t'oyner ami
IJnrolu l.pgion Winn Two.
Tork, Nb., July 6. .Special.) Th
Lincoln Teglon defeated th local Legion
her Tuesday in two games, the first, 7 to
h, and the second, 2 to 1.
Miow Team Lime.
Eddyvllte, Neb.. July 6. (Special )
The locali: defeated the Hugo Show team
here Tuesday, 4 to 2.
Kllswortlt Win Another.
Ellsworth, Neb., July w. (Special.)
The locila defeated Bingham here, 12 to
2. K lla worth ha.s ww nine games out
of ten played.
Herman Wina iiaine.
Herman, Neb., .hily ft. (SpcciHl (-Herman
defeated Oakland her Tuesday, 9 to
4. Bender pitched good ball for the lo
cals, allowing the visi lor but bsx hits.
Caddoek' Colt Win.
Walnut, Neb., July 5. (Special.) Cad-
Mild as a May Morning and as fragrant
commonly , J Ve
.jf ' ,u,'asai!ISlH
Mcro co., " j n -
725 Omilii, Neb. ntfrftiS.5 i
,rllnliersab A promise of S-m ('V
BV THE BUFFAU5CS-
4H U II l it till KM TO 9.
I tpueewHi. rf
I M.mi.li. If
VI llitii. s
l I iinnor, rf
, i a I a I
II 1 1 I II I II II I
All M It I H till KM I'll A V.
t. times. If , . ,
tarla right, lb
I'altrrmm, 3li ,,
I 11 I I
9 it I
Mrurl, p 4
Tolitls . ;l 1 I 1.1 I Ml II I
xi.rlffiii reaiMled out fur Itarrmigh In
I Hntre hv Iniilngsl
I llemer Intl Ua 0047
llllfful.ie. .. HMI ooo (HO 1
I fcummsrv lliiine rum I'allersns). Two.
I base Int.: tiriiniliam, Parker. Iloultle
pint I Kerr In rliulgrr In I arte right; Ap-
person In Uilcm In Herman; liUlaxin In
! llerinuni Itiulsers In k err In t artwritht.
i xirmk null lly Itarroiigh, 4: by WelUel.
t. liases on balls: tiff Harrungh, 4; off
1 Welsrl, I. Wild pilch: Itarrnugh. 9Jirae.ll
runs: I inner. 6; tlmslis. I. left un bases:
HeiKrr, 4; Omaha. 1. 1 ims uf games 1:3". I
I " " !
itii'k's '!( ! -f -n I l (liivMi!iI htt hn ,
Fuii. Hi. ft to 1. Hmi.. 1 inniniti ;
I ) K
U'Hlfltlt ...I"1 IDS PH l'l li
(tiiHMold . . mi hoi i.rt I T 6
MhI i -rif-- u-itH nhil Mullrr; M tlr?
Kill. Neb . .Inly ft -(Hi.n liil Ir
Dim 8h iiniii.-Hnwtll Irtiicu Hun.lnv,
Hurlui bit KaimcII. tt l. I-nniirlnoir
!! Kockvlllt. U W Htid Avhtiin win.
from Klta. S tu 1.
f oriiliig Ymv Vlituir.
f'nrnlnK. In , Julv Itl, ) I'urn
Inn tnily wjii nrt MhcnftnUU'ih t'm.-pro
im here Numliv, i tu u. Shiti I'owfil.
1'ltf-tif tiv for i 'iirninir. rit-rl t hi lt 1
ltifi)nll hull of fnnf tiy pti.hli.g tt no-hit
no-run KHiii uti'l not i'ialng i umn. V
wnuUI h:iVf ItMil u (iHtftMt KHiutt had It
not btn for twn intim Hlluwhig two
Khnhndoh Iht to narli fiiat huv.
Thin J'iiwt'ti'ei inoiH rtuiUffUlh nhut
out RMnit Si ore: It. II. K
tshniin.lmh -luo tifto 0t0 ri it 2
I'orntriK iU nil On S 10 3
BHtU'rl!: Miulilrii and tiowwll; rtiwM
Si (lttcbluff. -Ni-li . July ft ripivil
Th t'lui. nii! liuliant UfHti'd S. tiltluff
lioirt Mumlny, 6 tu :t, It) th firnt of h
t hi ma htIi". John l'lukdlt. (urmr
htRf uiiiverslty And N' brHuku Htat, lettgut r,
li.trh.Hd fiir Chvyt'iiiiB mid ln-ntt-d Jitn
In other, Thor I'iukftt. Iti th.) baltlf.
OmttliM Federal I -use,
Herman, Nb.. July b (tipeclril.) Hr
man defeated tUm Omaha Fed-ralH, thj
roliired tiHin. here Tueday, U to 4, In i
1 1 -1 n i n ir KAino brforw a innvd of nearly
l!.O00. The core: R. 11 K.
KeiieralA 000 003 flM 024 H 2
Herman not loo 0 1 us & 9 4
Hatterles: 'Federal, Wiillamn and Hhi
tier : He nn .in, Hurdle and Went. I'm pi re:
Star Hurt in Wreck
Beatrice, Neb., July 5. (Special.)
Cal Matthews, former captain of
the Beatrice High school football
team, sustained a fractured skull
when his car turned over on the high
way two miles southeast of Filley.
He and Ollie (biddings were return
ing home from Filley where they had
been to play ball with the team there
Ciiddings escaped unhurt.
Coast League Players Draw
Fine and Three-Day Layoff
San Francisco, July 5. Manager
''Duffy" Lewis of the Salt Lake club
and two of his teammates, Oscar
Vitt and "Butch" Byler, were sus
pvndcdy csterday by President Wil
Y.un H. McCarthy" of the Pacific
(.'oast league for three playing days
and fined in addition. They were
charged with objectionable conduct
toward Umpire F.aston in a game at
Los Angeles Sunday.
. asU 'i
Long Shots Win .
Hilly W.lcox l'liva HoMrm of
$2 Mutiirl Ti. krt $17 1.60
Walter tlox Wins
North KjihUII. ( IrvrUnd, O.. July
5. I he ilrmnu of Waller lot fea
tured tort.iy'a (iraml Circuit harneu
hor.c rare at ihi truck, the lioshen,
(New York) remonait winning two
ut the live event. He won the Ohio
. OK not with a purse of $5,'"1 with
The (irrM oto ,an outsider in the
bittinit. and the second division of
i hi- 2'tn race with San Kl.ih. Never
hi'foie in the limry of the track in
lar so inanv Ioiik shots won in one
day. The (irrat olo won today' in
ihe straight beats, taking the tart
oi each intls- ami never being headed.
1'iiiue l.otrc. the woild's double
gaiteil ilmiupiiin, lini'hcd second.
Hilly 'ibii(. winner of the third
beat of the 2:10 pace, was the longest
.hot of the day. He paid holders of
a $2 mutual ticket $174.00.
A $-' ticket on Alice (i. Forbes,
winner of the lirt litat of the 2A2
trot, paid $4.1.00, a place ticket on
Lady Bennett, which finished second,
$5.H0, and a show ticket $.11.20, while
holder of liikcts tm I aptain Mosby,
which finished third in this mile were
Mil ilsss puiinK. imisi'. 11.211" (fscnnil
ilinm.int. Simt!iih. Hr. H . hy "sn rrsn-ln-.i
d in i I. I. R. Kssan. Ur I . bv
W'bIi.t linr.l irahti), 3. J, I. Ksts Os,
II II . Iiv Nulsf.iril iMorrlson), 1, t. I.
Ths MtiKranud, rh i . hy N'lirrhsn I Mur.
Iillj ). II. 4. :. I'li.lilis l:e, H. U . by Wll
... VI ivrslianil. k 4. K. M. P ,
Murv rrr.' anil Ruiulilrr, alsu slsrtsd.
Tim: i.Mi I. oil,; :4i.
J 10 ra' kis. lnr. (iilrsi.. f I f 10 : .l.sslr
Ittrus II. M. I,y Ariot lint Mi'Mahnn),
I, I. Ho. Hilly Will ox. n. c, , by W ailsrs
MrKlnnry' llim rison). i. 6. I.. Abhsdsl..
HLK M . Iiv Thoalilis K'uO I. 4. I. J.
W. S, II. I!.. I.y .1. 8 (I. (H'l. 3, t, I.
I.Hyrr Swift, lir, ll. by H.'ir-nt-lw
I Vali-ntlnsi. fi. .1. 1 Olicts Mi'Klnnsy also
iitiirl.il. Tims: ,.';";,4; JiHR1: 2:0.
Thn lllno J : ii H i' In ss troltllltl. purs..
13.11110: l'h Great Voln, H. " . by Pslsr
thr ilrsat (i'oo. 1, I, No. Prim's I.nrss,
H. ii. Iiv I'rin.e MiKlnnrv (MeDrvlnl, 2.
I. VollnKf. H. Hr. II, by Msnrlfn
iKk:iii). fi, 4. -'. Klnit Watts, n. H by
iiinisl Waits (Mcliotislil). i, , I. Hsr
hHlwynn, H. K il., by Munruo (Krain).
t. 3, 6. Walt,r H'crllns sml .lust l)slil
nl.o statttxl. Tims: 2:051 1 :00 Vt ;
2:1; rlons troilinf, pur. II,JI0: Ths
Tiluiniih, I! H. by 'I'he Kxpon.nt
li'hllll. I. X. 1. ). Alice (1. Fiji lies. Br.
iMalfomb Porbrs MrMahon). 1. 2, 2, t,
Amurillo UeKliinry, li. il.. by M. KInn.v
tKmklne), 7, 1. 7, 2 I.sdy Bsnnett, B.
M , by l.ordroberts (Stout), 2, 7, s. Ro.
Caplsio .Mosby, Br. O , by I'olonsl Mosby
IAII.nl, .1, 4, . Hu. bimdllo and Tas
Proof, Alia Rvans, Admiral Hsrrls,
Htufnpr, Siinpsnn. Brian!, also ran, Tims:
2:ti7; 2:U8; 2:084; 2:10.
2:10 risss pricing, purns, 11,200: Arrow
Head, B. U., by Belwin (McDonald), 6.
I. 1. Janrt Helen, Ho. at., by Peter the
Oiest (Taylorl, 1. 6. 7. Dernore, p. M
Iiv Uroniore, 1 (lllcok), 6, 2. 4. Tsddy
Ahr. II. M., by Trejentle (Boll). 4. 4. 3.
Tulbal. Cana snd Kitty McKIm also start
ed. Time: 2:l)8i; 2:08'4; 2:08.
Lincoln Pug Knocks Out
"Yankee" Sullivan of Omaha
Beatrice, Neb., July 5. (Special
Telegram.) "Smiling" Springer,
protege of I. J. Devoe of Lincoln,
last night triumphed over "Yankee"
Sullivan of Omaha by a knockout in
the third round of their scheduled
10-round bout at Athletic park. Dale
Hess of Beatrice, former lightweight
champ of Camp Dodge, fouled
Frankie Scldcrs of Lincoln, a light
weight; in the fourth round of their
scheduled 8-round bout and Seldcrs
was given the decision by Referee
Earl Trenholm of Lincoln.
tioned tin and
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