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THE OMAHA HEE: FRIDAY. JULY 7. 1922.
Buffaloes Receive Good Pitching and Trim Bears in Final Game of Series
Nipping a Thief
Rudy Kiu))or lo
Play McKcc in
Hi.lili.H mi.! lt...llfll l'dirnl
ill Olltt-r MjUllPa-I'lrafllt
(ili.iniji Musily PrftttU
Jilllli'a Swii k.
Hun With Single
Joe Dailey Hurl Uoml Hull
Until Sffnlli VUirii lie
(live Way to I'imh
By RALPH WAGNER.
The Omaha Huft'alor received tlir
pulling and hit at oppoitune times
in (our ill and
(mat game of the
Denver e r 1 e
played at the 1 ii
trcnth and Vin
ton street lot yes
terday and defeat
ed the Bear by
the score of 7 to 3.
Bnrch rolled ln
heavy hittiiiR ar
tillery into action
in the seventh in
ning and salted
"r me game 11 c
OrTm whrn "rug" Grit
fin, hitting for Dailey, singled to left,
scoring Wilcox with the winning run.
Meinie Manush and "Babe" Her
man divided the hitting honors of
the afternoon. The Buffalo left field
er spanked the apple on the nose for
two doubles and a single out of four
trips to the rubber, while the "Babe"
collected a double and two singles
out of three times
up to bat.
' Jack i Rabbit"
ing and Manager
one-hand stop of
(iislason's drive in
the third inning
were the features
of the Buffaloes'
Joe Dai ley,
late of the Seattle
club of the Pacific!
Coast 1 e a e u e ,i
greeted the Bears -Hermiirz '
at the start of the game and hurled
good ball until he gave way for
Pinch Hitter Griffin in the seventh.
"Lanky" Joe turned the Denver ath
letes back in short order in the first
and second innings, but in the third
Kerr got a single. Dailey sent the
Bearsback to their bench "talking to
themselves" in the fourth, but in the
fifth the visitors bunched a base on
balls with a pair of Buffalo ..errors
and Salisbury's sacrifice, an scored
their only tallies of the ganif wch
amounted to three.
Holds Bears to Three Hits; -
Dailey allowed his third hit of the
game in the seventh, but it went for
naught, as the next Bear skied out,
retiring the side. During the seven
innings Joe held the mound, he al
lowed but one base on balls, which
bobbed up in the fifth.
Dan Tipple took over the mound
work in the eighth aiid held the
Bears to one lone single by Cart
wright in the final inning.
Roy Salisbury was Manager Rodg
ers' choice for slab duty. During the
eight innings he pitched, the Buffa
loes collected 13 hits, of which five
were doubles. Salisbury issued- only
one base on balls and struck out two.
The Buffaloes jumped on Salis
bury in the first inning and put two
runs across the pan on a single, sac
rifice and doubles by Manush and
Herman. In the fourth inning, Ma
nush got his second double of the
game, going to third on a sacrifice
and scoring the tving run a minute
later when Wilcox played the big
Griffin Scores Winning Run.
In the seventh, "Pug" Griffin drove
in the winning run with a single to
lef. field after he had been detailed
to pinch hit for Dailey.
Salisbury was pounded hard in the
eighth a(ter he had whiffed Gran
tham. Manush singled and Herman
knocked a one-base blow to left. Both
Buffaloes scored when Wilcox clout
ed out a double. O'Conner singled
to left and Jimmy scored the seventh
and final Omaha tally.
The Buffaloes open a four-game' se
ries at Sioux City this afternoon, re
turning home next Tuesday.
Hornsby on Way
to New Record
Chicago, July 6. Rogers Hornsby,
slugging second baseman of the St.
Louis Cardinals, promises to excel
this year the National league's sea
son home run record that has
weathered the test of time and hefty
clouting for 38 years. Ed William
son ot the old Chicago Nationals
set the record at 27 in 1884, a mark
that such sluggers as Anson Brouth
ers, Delahenty, Schultze and Cravath
have sought in vavi to better.
Hornsby clouted out his 20th
homer while the Cardinals were
trimming Cincinnati, 11 to 4, and
with the season only half gone, his
chance is especially bright. Incident
ally he tied his American league
rival. Ken Williams of the Browns,
for the leadership in both leagues.
Cravath set a modern National
league mark with 24 homers i;i 1915.
George Kelly of the Giants led the
league last year with 23 and Hornsby
was second with 21.
Molla Mallory Wins
Wimbledon. July 6. Mrs. Molla
E.iurstedt Mallory has won her way
to the semi-finals of the women's
tingles in the grass court tennis
thampionship. She defeated Mrs. H.
Edginton of England yesterday, 6-2,
6-4, on a soddin court, which be
:ame extremely muddy as the play
progressed. This victory brings Mrs.
Mallory- vie step nearer her longed
for match with the little French
world's champion. Suzanne Lenglen.
Mlie. Lenglen by her defeat of
Miss Elizabeth Ryan of California on
Tuesday, had already qualified for
ihe semi-finals and therefore did not
tarticipate in today's matches.
Despite Schalk's reputation, run
nert attempt to steal on him. Johns
ton tried it in the second inning of
a recent Sox-Athletics' game, lit is
shown sliding to the bag after Eddie
Collins tagged him. Ump Owens is
calling the play.
BV THE BUFFALOES -"
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Tolilla . .
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Kerr. a . . .
1'arkar, . .
Tntnla .. .. St J 4 .4 I O 2 14 0
xVVII.Irr bnlta.l for Spenrer In aerenlh.
xl.rlffln alitKlrit for Dailey In aevenlh.
xCnfflnrteffer ran for tirlffln In aevanth.
rienre by Innlnaat
Urnver nort OSO Ono S
UuffiUnea 00 100 Hi-1
Numniarlr Left on bnaai Denver, 4;
Omaha, ft. T-bne hlla: Mnnunh, Z:
O'Connor, W ll.oi. H lld?r. Runa and baae
hlta: Off Dalle)-. 3 and In 7 innlnra;
off Tipple, none and I In i Innlnira. Ntrurk
out: Ily Dailey. t; hy Tipple, onet ny
Naliahiirr. 2. Daaea on naJia: orr iiuuey,
1; off Tipple, none; off Maliabury. t- tni
plrea: FtUpatrlek and Dawes. Karneil
runn: Denver, none; Omaha, 7. Time of
Kaine: 1:30. Wlnnliif pttrher: Dailey.
W. I.. Pct. . W. 1,. Pi t.
6n ii .f.91 Omaha 43 35 .551
49 33 .6S;Okl. City 33 60 .398
45 30. .5SI Penver 27 S3 .33
42 34 .653J D. Moines 26 65 .321
Omaha, 7; Denver, 3.
Oklahoma City. 11: Wichita. 6.
Tulsa, 6; St. Joseph, 3.
Dea Moines-Sioux City, postpon-"!
Omaha at Kloux City.
Tulsa at St. Joenh..
Wichita at Oklahoma City.
Denver at Dea Moines.
Nebraska State League.
W. L. Pet. I W. L. Pet.
Fairhury 35 IS .660 Norfolk 20 27 .481
Lincoln 32 21 .604! Beatrice 21 30 .412
Hast'ga 27 24 .5:0 CI. Island 19 27 .413
Norfolk. 7: Cirand Island. 3.
' Beatrlce-Falrbury, called in fifth: rain.
Hastings-Lincoln, called in second;
. Norfolk at tirnnd Island. .
Hastings at Lincoln.
Fairbury at Beatrice.
IV. L. Prt. W.
V Vnrk 4:( 52 . 73i (in'nat f 36
St. t.ouia 43.- 32 .5731 Pittsb'gh 34 39
Rr'kJvn 40 54 .641 Phila.
Chicago 36 36 .50(l Boston
New York. ; Pittsburgh. 3.
St.. Louis. 74; Brooklyn. U.
No other games scheduled.
Today's' ' Games.
New York at Pittsburgh.
Philadelphia at Cincinnati.
Boston at Chicago. .
Brooklyn at St. Louis.
. W. I,. Pet. I :
St. Louis 45 10 .600Wash'ton
N. York 46 33 .582i Cleveland
Chicago 40 35 .533 Boston
Detroit 38 37 .507Phila. 28
New York. 10-11; Cleveland, 3-3.
Chicago. 9; Philadelphia. 5.
St. Louis-Boston; wet grounds.
Chicago at Philadelphia.
St. Louis at Boston. '
Cleveland at New York.
Detroit at Washington.
AV. L. Pet. I W. L- Pet.
Indiaiis 48 30 .615ILoisville 37 33 .463
St. Paul 44 31 .5S7Columb's 35 45 .438
Mtn-polis 4.' 34 ,663K. City 36 47 .434
Milw'kee 46 37 .554!Toledo 28 49 .364
Columbus, 11; Louisville. 3.
Indianapolis, '3: Toledo. 2.
Milwaukee. 6; St. Paul. 1.
Kansas City, 6; Minneapolis. 1.
Columbus at Louisville.
Minneapolis at Kansas City.
St. Paul at Milwaukee.
Toledo at Indianapolis.
Batteries: Terry and Kocher;
R. H. E.
At Louisville: R. H. E.
Columbus 11 17 2
Louisville 3 10 2
Batteries: Northrop and Lees; Long,
Baylln and Brottem.
At Kansas Cily: R H.
Minneapolis 1 6 2
Kensas City 8 1
Battenes: McGraw and Mayer; Caldwell
At Milwaukee: R- H. E.
St. Paul 1 1"
Milwaukee 5 111 1
Batteries: Benton and Goniales; Pott
Oakland. 4; Salt Lake City, S.
Sacrmento. 5; Vernon, 1.
San Francisco. 7; Portland, S.
Loa Angeles, 7; Seattle, 6.
Mobile. B: Birmingham, s.
Chattanooga. 4-3: Nashville. 6-4.
Now I'rleans. 6; Atlanta. 10.
Memphis, 2; Little Rock. 10.
Star Hurt in Wreck
Beatrice. Xcb., July 5. (Special.)
Cal Matthew?, 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 Giddings were return
ing home from Filley where they had
been to play ball with the team there
Giddings escaped unhurt.
Tim Creek Beats Southweetern.
Elm Creek. Neb.. July 6. (Special.)
The Iccala defeated Southwestern here.
4 to 1
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0 0 0 0
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I'k tip Trama
Pawnaa Mly, N"b,
'Ily baaaball team:, rmeraed vl. lorimia
In iwn aaliH-a th rnurth. t lx. rawnra In
diana !reaiinc tiui.'lMril. I to 4. and lh
Ulark Cnx tmum iiiK U'yniorr, t lu I.
Ilnrtlntnn Heal a laurel.
Narllntiun. N"b., July a llaruninn
Iroun.f.l Laurel ih. Fourth, S lo 1. Pell,
xer and Toll. a i-onipoaed l.aurel'a baKety
and Uird and Milima. Ih lucala.
Akron Imh Ita Klrat l.ame.
Albion, Nrtv, July 4 Albion nnaed Ak
rrn uu of a ft lo 4 victory the Fouith be
fore a targe crowd. It w.s Akron'a firat
defeat thia aeaann. Hiyln was in tha box
for Albion and Henijeu for Akron.
Roily Wine for Gladstone.
Tleynolda. Neb. July . filadelon
cored a run In the ninth Inning, whirh
brok a 4 tt 4 tt' and won from Key
nulda here the Fourth. S to 4. It
ono of the b.at lamn alalt'd bere Ihla
W in In 11 Innings.
Humphra,'. Neb., July 4 Humphrey
v.n an 11-lnnWia battle" from Newman
drove on their opponent' diamond tha
Fourth. 3 to 0. Hen-ham struck out 11
Newman Grove battera and Hinman
Hllrer C reek Wins.
Silver Creek. Neb., July 4. Kernan
truck out 14 men and allowed four
hits, Silver Creek winning from Shelby
the Fourth. 4 to 3.
Spalding Wins Pair.
Snaldlng. Neb.. July 4. Selement h
hurled Spalding to two victories within
the last week. Last Friday his effective
oitchlng enabled the locals to defeat Full
crton. 3 to and Tuesday Spalding woo
from Cedar Kaplda, 7 to 6.
Kim Creek Defeats Kearney.
Elm Creek, Neb., July 6. La Tour
pitched Kim Creek lo a 0 to 4 victory over
tlie Kearney county l-agu team at the
Buffalo county fair grounds July Fourth,
C to 4. Ingram opposed La "lour.
Two Games at Glenwood.
Glenwood. la.. July 6. Olenwood was
the arena of two sames the Fourth.
the morning game, Pacific Junction
demonstrated Its superiority by a to
7 score, and In the afternoon the Wood
mn of . the World team of Omaha
trounred the Malvern nine, 8 to 3. Hanson
and McC.rath worked lor tne w. -. ,w
and Lyck and McCord for Malvern. ,. .
Williams' All-Stars Win.
Oakland, Neb.. July 5. (Special.) Otto
Williams' All-Stars defeated . the locals
here the Fourth, 9 an 4. The pitching of
McCarthy and tho hitting of A. uraves,
Haien and Minikus featured for the vis-
Score by innings: R- H- E.
All-Stars 302 202 000
Oakland 000 012 1004 7
Belgrade. Neb., July 5. (Special.) The
ocala beat Spalding here Sunday, 8 to i
Slater, on the mound for Belgrade, held
the visitors to four hits.
Win Game in Twelfth.
Long Pine. Neb., July 5. (Special.)
Bassett defeated the locals here therourlh,
6 to 5. In a fast twelve-Inning game.
Score y innings: R. H. E.
Bassett 100 104 000 001 6 11 4
Long Pine 100 000 202 000 5 15 4
Batteries: Provst and Curtis; Cox, Dono
van and Cox.
Elba Club Loses.
Elba. T'eb., July 6. (Special.) Danne
brog defeated the locals here Tuesday, 6
Missouri Valley Loses.
Modale. la.. July 5. (Special.) Modale
defeated Missouri Valley Tuesday on the
latter's grounds, 3 to 4, in an 11-inmng
pitchers' battle between Baumgartner of
Missouri Valley and Alters of Modale.
Win in Ten Innings.
Riverdale. Neb.. July 5. (Special.) The
Divide team defeated Odessa on the lat
ter's grounds Sunday. 6 to 3, in 1 in
nings. Deleat. pitching for Divide, struck
out 18 batters.
Play Fast Game.
Central City, Neh.. July 6. (Special.)
Central City defeated St., Edward here Sun
day, 3 and 2. in one of the fastest games
seen here this season.
Weeping Water Wins.
Weeping Water, Neb.. July 5. (Spe
cial.) Weeping Water won from Nebraska
City here, 2 to 1. Batteries: Nebraska
City, Dunn and Crouch: Weeping Water,
Zeigenbein and Gredovllle.
. Defeat Daiton.
Lodgepole. Neb., July 6. (Special.)
The locals defeated Daiton here Sunday,
11 to 2.
Hemingford Beats Crawford.
Hemingford, Neb., July 5. (Special.)
The locals beat Crawford here Tuesday. 7
to 6. in 12 Innings. Moss went In the
box for Crawford In the fourth after five
runs had been made, and struck out the
next three men. He finished the game,
allowing only two scratch singles and
Geneva. Neb., July 6. (Special.) The
locals beat Seward here. 16 to 7.
Fifield Gets Homer .
Milford. Neb., July 5. (Special.) The
locals defeated the l'ast Exeter team at
Dorchester, 7 to 4. Fifield hit a home run
with one on for Milford.
Stapleton. Neb., July 6. Hugo Brothers
defeated the locals two games here, the
first, 7 to 4, and the second, 10 to 6.
I Win Double-Header.
I Fremont. Neb.. July 5. (Special.)
, Wroe's Variety team of Fremont defeated
Schuyler on the latter's grounds, 19 to 8.
Long Pine Loses.
Iong Pine. July 6. (Special.) The lo
, cais defeated Ainsworth here, 6 to 2.
i Ciumous Trims Fullerton.
Columbus. Neb.. July 4. (Special.)
Columbus defeated Fullerton here Tues
day. 4 to 3. Batteries: Fullerton. Hoff
man and Miller; Columbus, Coyner and
Lincoln lgion Wins Two.
York, Neb.. July 6. (Special.) The
Lincoln Legion defeated the iocat Legion
here Tuesday in two games, the first, 7 to
5. and the second, 2 to 1.
Show Team Loses.
F.ddyville. Nb.. juiy 5. iSpecial.)
The lceala defeated the Hugo Show team
here Tuesday, 4 to 2.
KUnrorth Wins Another.
Ellsworth, Neb.. July 6. (Special.)
The locals defeated Bingham here. 12 to
2. Kllsworth has won nine games out
of ten played.
Herman Wins Game.
Herman. Neb., Jnly 6. itip-cia!.) Her
man defeated Oakland here Tuesday. 9 to
4. Bender pitched good ball for the lo
cals, allowing the visitors but six bits.
. I m.
icd(la Trots to
Victory in Fast
Time at Randall
SWiiu Trotting Sweepstakes
; C.x er Firt Heat in 2:02H
j Fttatf(t Mile Trottfd
I This Seaon.
! North rUiiUII. llevrUtd. O.. July
t Trotting one of the greater heats
iver wiiiicsied at the North Kaiidall"? idsey m m. inm inning and
I i a. i i , . . ,, sVhauie, a (ounsal.r from Juanlia collega,
tanas, .c'in, tmiirq uy inr 111110,1-
dile farm, NUnuroiicck, N. Y ,
and driven by II. Fleming, won the
'trotting suct-takri (or .'OS trot-
it, tne ifiturf ot tins urann circuit
racing card hrre today. Scveril very
tloe iitu'ahri marked the day'i rac
nit.'. liettiiiic aay io a bad start in the
liut hrat. N'eilda, apparently out ot
it, gradually overtook her field, one
of the fastot in travimu. and trotted
the distance in 2:0J three ec
oiuli faster than the time (or the
heat to win. She trotted the la-t
three-quarter in l:.0 I-.', the lat
half in 59 !' and the last ouarttr
in 1-2 SCrOIIUS. NetUU Ot away
:.. C.. in the ie.-r.nil hpaf anrl held
ihe lead all the way, withstanding
the challrne of the lield, hich va
well bunched dowji the back stretch,
i.nd won it and the race easily.
The time for the race was the fast
est trotted this season.
With Nedda ruled out and E. Colo
rado withdrawn. Great Britton had
no trouble annexing the third heat in
2;04K. The time for the first two
heats was 2:054 and 2:0jfa.
The FasitT sweepstakes for 3-year-
old trotters was won by Alma Worth,
owned hy H. S. Grayson ot wasn
ington, Pa., and driven by Lon Mc
Donald of Indianapolis, in straight
Four heats were necessary to de
cide the second division of the 2:21
trot, which was captured by Bobbin.
The first division will be decided to
!:Sl class trotting, purse 11,100 (second
Bobbin, br. t . by Kerjolla (Mor
rison) Blnnue. b. g, by The Marque.
Tallahatchie, b. ., by F.tawah
Cegantle Boy, b. f.. by Cegsntlo
T...I, u i. . hv Peter Pilot
1 i "
Hollyreodmarch tne ureal, iuiiw.i..,
Rando and Ixrd Frisco also started.
Time: 2:10V. 2:0814. i:l0, 2:11.
The Faslg. 3-year-old trotting, purae
Alma Worth, b. f., by Axworthy
Lee Worthy, br. c, by Lee Axworthy
Baron Etawah, b. c. by Etawah
Edith Worthy, b. f.. by Guy An-
Enillee. b. f.. by Lee Axworthy (H.
Addle Elnaor. Worthy Deway the Great
and Guy Hall also startea.
Time: 2:10. S:09Vi.
2:os class, trotting, sweepatakea. value
Nedda. b. m. by Atiantlo Express
(H. Fleming) L' ' 'n' I
Great Britton. br. h. by Peter
Chenault (Dodge) l,y
Peter Coley, b. g. by Peter The
Great (Stokes) .'W."-..
Kilowatts, s. m. by General watte
dii..ah k h hv Rinaara (V.
E. Colorado also started.
Time: 2:05, 2:03V, 2:04.
914 rlnns. nacing. purse S1.Z00;
D a ,').. Tan. a hv Forest King
(Berry) ! .....
Col. Sparks, b. g. by Peter Ash
land (Stokes) .......
Abbacy, ch. f. by The Abbe
Blngenwood, Jr.. b. g. by Bin
ronwoofl (Chllds) 2
Lady Grattan, br. m. by Grattan
Royal (Vic Fleming! ' "
T3inD.an u.rnM Wale. Casev Jones.
M.rvest Brook'. Kentucky Lassie and Ul-
rect the Work also startcid.
Time: 2:06, :oii.
Tilden and Wiener
Win Tennis Match
Inriianaoolis. Ind.. July 6. Third
round senior singles and first round
doubles play along with the semi
finals matches of the junior cham
nionshios featured the 12th annual
clay court tennis championships here
yesterday at the Woodstock Country
rinh William Tilden II. world's
champion, teamed with Sandy Wie
ner, Germantown, fa., ms lt-year-old
protege, won their first round
match with Samuel iiaray, iew
York, and Charles Garland, jr., Pitts
burgh, 6-2, 2-6, 6-1.
Leon Lunn and Mel Rosenberger,
Chicago, lost to John McKah and Al
brecht Kipp. Indianapolis, 6-0, 6-2.
f?rl T. Wirthwein and G. S. Fram-
bes, Columbus, C, defeated Gustave
Grenz and J. Smith, Chicago, 6-1, 6-3.
R. Carter and F. Carter, Chicago, and
Wray Brown and Ted Heruman,n,
Chicago, won their matches by de
fault. Cochran Falling Behind.
San Francisco. Cal.. July 6.
Welker Cochran of San Francisco
felt behind last night in his handicap
18.2 balkline billiard match with hod-
ert Brunner, also of San frrancisco,
former Pacific coast champion, by
running up a score of only iy to
Brunner's 150. Cochran is handi
capping Brunner 450 in three nights'
. - ... . rt-. " . I T !
play lor a total ot wu points
high run last night was 79.
Safe or Out
Q. Runner on first and batter hit a
foul ball. Runner atarted for second and
then went back. Batter did not leave boi.
Pitcher threw the ball to aecond and then
the second baseman threw to firat and the
umpire called the runner out. Was he
A. No. Not on that play. He was
permitted to go back to first.
Q. Runner on first only and one out.
Batter hits an Infield fly and umpire calls
it one. Was that right?
A. There is no Infield fly if there Is
runner on first only.
Q. Runner tries to score from third
bsse. but misses home plate. Both um
pire and catcher see plsy. but catcher tries
to get runner at second, letting the man
go at tha plate. Runner who had missed
plate then goes back and touches It.
Catcher saya he was out. Was he?
A. No. The catcher was foolish not to
make the play en him instead of throwing
to second base.
Q. Suppose there Is a runner on first
base only and the batter hits an infield
fly. What should he do?
A. Perhaps It wonld he boat to remain
there because the ball may be trapped and
a double play may be mad. The batter I
is not ant o this r'ay onieae the out is ;
actually made la the field. . . i
Q. overthrow was made to Iirst ease.
Spectator picked up the ball and handed
it to the first baseman, who threw to
s-cond and get the runner. Was that
pitcher standing ia tds position. ,
lank Win Deable-lleadee.
St tork. July s humming
rr.n a Ions read It p. iha New
and itti.e dfetd Clstelsnd. 14 la
n. II la t
Muiha home run wnh lbs lain full
in he .hi. 4 Inning of the fi.t iama fata
New Turk a l.a.l Mhl.h II .".var lost
klruaei a hit Una ai a.ivlbar f.atura.
ii hi. a huina run. a irii'le, ii duulilca
and io ainaiea in tha double hradar
lluah and Hhawkey, iha wlnnina NVw
Vara pll. hera. ware h..lh hit hard at
limea, l.u. were aidendidly eupportad. In
ne a.onq aaitie, I ha Tanker! knoi kad
called in. It aa Ma firat bit Iraaua
apporlunlty and he alruik out Ruih. Iha
fual man to la. a him. In iha neat In
ning U.ul and Hoffman hit him fur
honia runa, but ha fanned Ruin atain In
Iha eiahih H.ore, firat aatne;
III.AMI I N:tV T"HK.
AH HO A I All HO A
temlaton tf k
J I M. N. II,, St)
4 1 Hulh.lf
: 4 Plpp.lb
I Hush p
Speaker , f
1 Tot.!. 14 11 97 If
Totals 14 II 24 tl
Kinre by innlngc
tieieiand ll nan tan 1
Saw York 001 09 04 10
Fummary Runa; .lamieenn, Hpeaker,
ONeil. Witt (2), M.-Natly. Ruih 121.
Meueal (21. Pipp. Hu.h (21. Errors:
Wsmhy. -well ;i, Hnffmsn Two. baa
, ",; M.ru"' ' Jamleaon, Ward. Home
run: Hum Xtolrn baaea: Jamleaon.
M.uael. Wilt. Hacrlflcaa: MrNally. Pipp.
Peuble play: MrNally. Ward and Pipp.
Left en baaea: New York. S: Cleveland,
10. Haaea on balla: Off Mu.h i: ntt Rmm.
tiy. 1. Htruck out: By Buah. 1: bv Bag-
by. 2 lllta: Off Malls, t In 2 1-1 Innlngai
off Bagbv, In 4 M Innings. Hit by
plteher: Hy Mall. (MrNally). Passed ball:
Hoffman. Losing pitcher; Malls. Um
pires: Connolly snd Chill.
CbEVkTT.AND NKW TOR K
All. H. O A Witt, rf
.la'aon, If A 1 1 iM'Nily. lb
Wamb, !b I I I JiRuth. If
apea'r. cf I J Oivieusel. rf
U'.lner. lb 8 0 0 l)lpp. lb
Bewail, sa 4 1 71 Ward, 2b
Minis, lb 3 n 10 0 Scott, ss
Wood, rf z 1 1 0 Hnf'n. t
O Neil. c 10 5 08nawk'y.p
Mnd ey. D 1 3 1 oi
naute, p l o o o
Total 16 14 27 I
Totsla 14 I 24 10
Score ry innings:
.000 110 00
. .002 204 30i-
Summary Runs: Wambv (21 Melnnls.
Witt, Meusel. Pipp (3), Wsrd (2). Hoff.
man (4). Shawkey. Errors: Wambv.
Two-base hits: Jamieson, Wood, Sewell,
Hoffman. Pipp (2). Three-bsae hits: Mr.
Nally, Wsrd. Home runs: Meusel, Hoff.
man. Hserlflre hits: Scott. Witt. Left
on bases: New Tork. 4; Clevelsnd, in.
Fstrl base on balls: Off Shawkey, 4; off
Llndsey. 1. Hits: Off Llndsey, 11 In
4 2-8 innings; off Srhsute, 2 In 2 1-3 In
nings. 1 1-oalng pitcher: I.lndsey. Um
pires: chill and Connolly. Time of
White) Sox Trim Athletics.
Philadelphia. July 4. Chicago hnm
mered Helmach and Yarrtson today for
IS hits and easily defeated Philadelphia in
the first game of the series, to 6.
CHICAGO. I PHILADELPHIA
Jnh'a'n. es S 1 1 11 Young. 2b 5 0 1 4
Mulllg., "b 5
Collins. 2b 6
Hooper, rf 6
Mostll, cf 4
Falk. If 5
Sheely, lb 4
Schalk. e 4
Schupp, p 2
Hodge, p 2
2 1 1 Hauler, lb 4
t 5 2! Walker, If 5
2 1 Oi Perkins, c S
B 2 01 Miller, cf 4
Gallow, ss 3
Welch, rf 3
liyk's. it 2
Hel'ach, p 2
Yarrison, p 0
Totals 40 16 27 6
Totals 34 7 27 15
xBatted for Helmach in sixth.
Chicago 000 105 2019
Philadelphia 100 112 0005
Summary Runs: Johnson. Mulligan (2).
Collins (2). Hooper, Mostll, Falk, Sheely.
Hauser (2). tiaiioway, welch, oykes. Er
rors: Johnson. Mulligan. Hooper, hchupp
(2). Two-base hits: Collins. '2: Mostll.
Home run: Hauser, Sheely. Stolen base:
Mostll. Left on bases: Chicago, 4; Phila
delphia, S. Base on balls; Off Helmach,
1: Yarrison, 1; schupp, 6; Hodge, 1.
Struck out; By Helmach, 2: Yarrison. 1:
Schupp, 2; Hodge, 3. Hits: Off Schupp,
n In 4 innings; otr Hodge, i in 4; oil
Helmach, 9 in 4; off Yarrison, 7 in 3.
Winning pitcher: Schupp. Losing pitcher:
Helmach. Umpires: Morarity and Nallin.
Mails Should Bring in Many
Entries Friday and Saturday
An influx of eolfers into Omaha is due to start late to
morrow and continue until the opening of the Transmissippi
tournament at the Country club links on Monday.
While very few entries have been received to date,
practically all of the leading
river and the Rocky mountains
secretary, that they will be on
Entries are expected to pour into
the office of the secretary on Friday
and Saturday. Gaines anticipates a
larger field than that of last year,
when 173 players took part in the
event, pive nights have been ar
ranged for those who fail to qualify
for the championship, giving all who
are entered an opportunity to play.
Entries will close on Saturday.
A large number of Iowa golfers
are expected to compete. It is
thought they are withholding their
entries pending the outcome of the
Iowa state tournament, now in prog
ress at Des Moines. Among the
Iowans expected are Rudy Knepper,
who is defending his title as cham
pion of the Hawkeye state, and his
brother. Fred; Robert McKee, for
mer Iowa state and Transmississippi
title holder; James Hubbell, Ted Pay-
seur, William Ingham and James
Swick, all of Des Moines, and A. M.
Bartlett of Ottumwa and Carl Piepho
of Cedar Rapids.
Course in Fine Shape.
Various other title holders also will
be here to contest for the crown now
held by George Von Elm of Salt
Lake City. Alex Graham, Kansas
state champion, has announced his
intention of entering the tourney, as
has Harrison Johnston, champion of
Minnesota. The Oklahoma and
Colorado champions also are ex
pected to tee off in the qualifying
round Monday. The Omaha clubs
are waiting until the last moment be
fore sending in their entries in order
to obtain as many as possible.
With the exception of a few rough
spots the Country club course is in
fine shape, Charlie Johnston, club
professional, announces. The links
has received special attention dur
ing the past week and the putting
greens are pronounced fit for cham
The event is the 22d annual tour
nament of the Transmississippi as
sociation and is open to amateur
goners WHO are memDers OI ciuns
affiliated with the association. The
.;, r fVl. ,nr,mt.n
w"' "-" "
the amateur champion of the associa-
.- t .u -,,:. ... -j t,;e
'n frtVe ensuing ear and his
club shall have custody of the Alex
C. Foster trophy until the next
championship tournament of the as-
Oilers IMeal Ratals.
at. Jaasiih. July 4. Tula defeated '
Jusapll Hale luday 4 n 4, B"hlr held
I It.. . ... . ,.., . .,.i.i. .n..i
a iria of runs
la Ihe final fisine Ihe
i a.,-,. r. unshla la
1 1. "r , , , ,h,t ,,,,
Duma ine.r Una
Tl I HA T J1K-M
All II PO A 1 IHIIP'U
Hn nlt If I1IS niacin lb 4 I
l is if
l.el V t IB
1 I, I'n'nd'n f
4 Pi. her rf
2 I. Hon'a's.if
I C Iefate as
t 4 M tl'ld Ih
I Ml v s n
7 I Uraliakl c
Totals 14 II :l t,
H ere by innings:
Tui 0 oil 1
at Joseph ' "" 04 3
Hummary lluna. Henneit (.'), lavis.
I. smb. llaunian. nisun. ilrtoakl. tlruver.
Krri'ra: iteenaon. Karned runs' Tulaa.
4. HI Joseph. I tlsarg on balls: lff
Hoshler. 2. off llrover, I. HirurW out:
Ily noehler. 4; by Ororer, 4. Left on
baaea. Tula. 6. Bt. Joseph 14. Two-ba.e
hits: havia. 4'nrrlden (!). Mi-Honald.
gtatenii.n. Ilaiinian. Bonnwiis. Orsbowakl.
Three. base hits: Itennett Double plas.
Htuart l.elivelt. Sacrifice hit: Thompson.
Hit ly pitcher. Kiaher by Hoshler Hinlen
baaea: Crcaby. I'mplrea: M'Uloom and
Anderson. Time: I. a.
Indians' Scalp Itches.
Oklahoma City, Okl , July 4 Oklahoma
City bunched six hits in th first on
(lregory snd a similar number In the sev.
snth on Beebe and defeated WUhlta. II la
4. in Ihe series opener. In flvs trips to
the plate. Felber got two singles and two
doubls, making up for his two roatly
WICHITA. I 1KU CITV.
AB.H.OA.I AH M.tr a
0! Put. rf
2. illng'di. If
0i M'Pan'l, lb
I Wlndle. ss
I' I Toung, p
M ivwl, lb i
Butler, lb 1
Haley, r S
Orlffln. c 0
Oregory, p 1
lleebe, p 2
Sellara. p 1
34 II 27 II
Totsls 17 10 24
Score by Innings:
Wichita ; 10.1 010 100 5
Oklahoma City ""0 H U
Summary Runs: Washburn. Berger.
Blakesley (2). McDowell. Olnglardl (3).
Tate (5. Felber (2). McDanlel (21. Fisher
(2). Errors: Felber. Twn.paee nits: sn-
burn, Bast. Blskesley (2), Falber (21.
Psnlel. Three-base hit: Tate. BaeTrlfl
Haley. Stolen bases: McDowell. Butbsr (1).
Bases on balls: Off Brday. 4: off Yosjag. 1:
off Beebe, 2; off Sellers, 1. Kuns sa alts:
Off Brady. 4 and In 4 Innings, two one.
one out In fifth; off Young, 1 ami 1 in
4 innings; off uregory. a ami w -
n nr: off Ueebe. 4 and l in l innings; oir
Sellers. 1 and 4 In 1 2-3 Innings, winning
pitcher: Brady. Losing pitcher: Beebe.
Double plays: Brady to W'ndle to Mc
Danlel (2); Berger to Washburn lo Mc
Dowell. Left on bases: Wichita. 11: Okla
homa City, 8. Umpires: Ormsby and
Holmes. Time: 1:10.
Norfolk Wins. 1 to I.
Grand Island, Neb., July 4. Norfolk
outplay"! Cirand Island In the field here
today Babb. new moundman for the third
city.- showed up well. Grand Island, still
crippled, played two pitchers In the field.
NORFOLK. I GRAND ISLAND.
ii 1 4 11 Roben. lb 5 113ft
2 51 Kranda. 3b
2 1 Speaker, c
5 0! Pal trle, If
1 7 4
1 0 ft
1 1 0
2 2 3
0 2 4
0 Schupe, cf
Prlth rd, rf
0 Serlo, 2b
Totals 33 7 27 111 Totals 36 9z26 14
sAtherton out, Infield fly.
Score by innings:
Norfolk :0 200 2107
Grand Island 001 000 0023
Summary Runs: Wlsser, Marr (2),
Clark. Rouse. Graves. Speece. Schupe,
Prltehard. Babb: Errors: Prltchard, Metz.
Home run: Clark. Three-base hit: Marr.
Two-base hits: Wlsser, Bouse, Speaker,
Babb. Prltchard. Sacrifice hit: Babb:
Bases on balls: Off Speece, 0; off Babb. 4.
Stolen bases: Atherton, Wlsser, Rouse,
Palmatlere. Struck out: By Speece, ; by
Babb. 9. Left on bases: Urand Island, 7;
Norfolk, 5. Hit by pitched ball: By Babb (2)
Passed ball: Clark. 1. Earned runa: Nor
folk, 2; Grand Island, 3. Umpire: Mur
phy. golfers between the Mississippi
have assured Francis Gaines,
hand when play in the event
sociation. The winner of the cham
pionship also will be awarded a gold
medal, while the runner up will be
presented with a silver medal and
each of the losers in the semi-final
round a bronze medal. A trophy
also is offered to the player making
the lowest score in the qualifying
round of 36 holes.
Australian Wins Way
Into Net Semi-Finals
Wimbledon, July 6. Gerald Pat
terson of Australia defeated Cecil
Campbell of England in the men's
tennis singles today. This match was
interrupted in the fourth set yester
day by rain. Patterson won the set
when play was resumed today by a
score of 6-1. This gave him the vic
tory, 7-9, 6-3, 6-2, 6-1, winning him a
place in the semi-finals.
Cj. Piease give a decision on the follow
ing case. With both balls on the putting
green, the player walks up to the hole,
and with the sole of his putter, presses
down a bit of displaced turf on the oppo
site edge of the cup from where his ball
lies. His opponent claims that by so do
ing he loses the hole.
A. The opponent If right.. Have you
ever seen a ball carl around the rim of
a eup? The rule has to do with tonrhlner
anything in the line of the putt. If a
putt found the bottom of the eup In adrh
a manner that turf would be In line with
Q. What is the penalty far your ball
hitting your caddie in a medal qualifying
A. One stroke unless It is a rase where
he Is standing at the hole to handle the
flag, where the penalty la two etrokes If
the ball be played from JO yards or leaa
of the green.
Q. What is the penalty for moving ob
jects that He more than a club length
away from the ball in the rough?
A. I .oes of a hole in match play and
two strokes In medal play.
Q. Is a player disqualif'.ed in a medal
competition if he turns in a score larger I
than his correct total, or can he later ?
rectify his score? j
A. A player la disqualified for turning;
In an Ineorreet score only when the total '
ia smaller than the correct total. Rut If j
the total la larger. It eaa not be ehanged.
Q. Vhre a ball atops immediately in j
front of a small atone partially buried. Is
the player allowed to pieaa the stone down '.
to keen It from Interfering with his t
A. No. if the atone la not fixed, he has ,
a right to remove It. hut not to pre H
down. If It la filed, he must sot disturb I
t.laale Kefeal I'lralra.
I'.llalmisli Jul --'I h" . Tel k
(llama i.p.ited (he eal.in lll anh SSI
IA-3 vbi.'rv uier 1'itiabuigh .U ,
Ad.tnia aaa hH held and idlen. ahile Nrl.f
held Ihe Incala le fit tllla I'mltf gelling I
a d.. utile, triple and a home run 4 am
ational smp bt t il. h ass iha f"idi4
Hc.il .. I
.V4IV T"ltK I I'iTtHIU HUH
All II ll A ! All II II A (
lieu, i t .a a s star me. aa i a -
! Itso l a
1 ran i. if 4 I ;
2 Hlguee, If 10 1 u ,
II Italllh'l. Ill 1 I 3
Kna. Ill 4 111
: Mi.kali. if 1
c (iriinin. Ih 4 ii Ik o
Kelly, lb 4
Klengel. i f 3
U'unl g m I
Hmith. i' 1
lnder. e a
Nehf, p 1
a'H.uHh r i e
O.A.Ienia p a
olgTlrrnry I "
3 Cooper, i e 0 t
Totals 11 II :T II Totals
liaitrd f..r Hi.iis.I in ni in h
aliaitrt for Adams in eighth
Siiire 1.. inninse.
11 11 :' "
New t"k ".'I 4"1 i'l
Pittsburgh 101 ooi eim- i
Suiniiiaiv - Runs: Ita lima. M-ua l. '
Young CI, btengel, Cunningham, Min j
ille, t arry IS I Kiroi. Harnlianlt Two- :
hasa lilia: Hlengel. Carey. Cunningham.
Lna, Three baae hit: c'aicy. Ilnuie lull la- i
e, Wtulen baaea slHianvltle. Ila r t.ha i ill
Kacnfire hits. Ilia bee. Hnyder. Nehf
lioulile play: lion, h and Maranrllle Left
on baaea: New York. 4; riitauursn. a
llah.. ,.n baits: off Nehf. 4. Hlru.k oul
Ily Nehf. 2: by Adams, t lllls; tiff Adama.
w,rni,:.,npn.'x;: "Zxr'LL? Virr?;
Adams, fmplres; uuigley and Hart. Time:
C'antlnala Trim Dodgers.
M Lnu la. July ii. The I'srdlnals pound
ed three Brooklyn pitchers (or lo hits.
Ii'cluditig eight doubles anil ona triple,
and dif.strd the rmdgcra, II lo 2. In the
firat game of the s.ries here today.
Reuthir. leading National l.u sue
pitcher, wa" pounded for II hue In 4 1-1
innlnsa Hchulta had four hits In five
trlpr lo the Plate, Including two doul lea.
BROOKLYN. I ST. L(H IS
A n 11. 0. A I AM M ll a.
.1 ston 2b
o Mann , f
0 Smith. if
II S. hultt If
0 & n F'rnier.lb
0 n ft Vlrk.r
ft ft 0! Stock. Jh 4 2 2 2
0 0 0 A'smlthc 2 11ft
0 ftMcC"y.c-lb I I 0 0
iLavsn.as 4 10 1
Totsls 34 I 24 10IPfef(er.p 5
I Totals 42 20 27 7
DBatted for Pecatur In seventh.
Brooklyn 000 1M 010 S
81. Iiula 013 OHO O'J 14
KuDU'iary Runs: Johnston. Flark.
ann. Hornsby. Srhultx (4), (Saltier (21.
. .. .,:.. i.evan. Pfeffer. Kr
- ..- ,. Wi... n.i u...
rnr- Olunn Tn'O-baae h ta: Oslner. Mann.
Schulti (2). Pfeffer. Flack. Hornsby. M
Curdy. Three-baa. hit: Fournler. Stolen
bases: Schulti. Sacrifices: Stock and
Wheat. Iiouble plays: Olson, Johnston
and Schmandt. Olson and Johnston. Left
on bases: Brooklyn. 7; St. Louis. . Bases
on balls: Off Pleffer. 1; off lluether. i.
Struck out: Bv Murray, 2. Hits: Off Rue
ther. 13 In 4 1-3; Decatur, 3 In I 2-3; Mur
ray. 4 in 2. Wild pitches: Ruether. Um
p:res: Klem and rferman. Losing pitcher:
Ruether. Time: 1:.'.0.
G. AB. n,
I. 13 .430
Fisher. St. Joe .
F.aet, Wichita . .
T. Long. Denver
Slsler, St. Louis. : .:. is it J3
Cobb, Detroit 412 238 41
Hellmann, Detroit. ..69 26S 61
Speaker. Cleveland.. .64 2.18 44
Witt. New York 63 224 39
Hornsby. St. Louis.. .74 288 65
Blgbee, Pittsburgh. .. 71 289 61
Miller, Chicago 53 192 24
Daubert, Cincinnati .. 75 293 59
T. Griffith, Brooklyn. 61 174 22
Saves Child From
Burning to Death
Minneapolis, July ti. Henri Ron
deau, veteran left fielder of the
Minneanolis American association
baseball team, staged a spectacular
play here Tuesday, which, although
it did not have any bearing on the
game, probably saved the life of
Shirley Bcales, an 8-year-old girl
here, it became k;iown today.
Noticing .the little girl's, clothing
ablaze from fire crackers she had
been playing with, Rondeau drew off
his coat, wrapped the child in it and
choked the flames.
The girl was taken to a hospital
where she is in a critical condition.
Hoover Wins First Heat.
Henley on the Thames, July 6.
Walter M. Hoover of the Duluth
Boat club today wo.n his first heat in
the damon challenge sculls of the
Roval Henlcv Regatta, defeating
R. J. C. Tweed of Cambridge univer
sity by a length and a half. His
time was 10:41.
to Join Boosters
Des Moines. Ia., July 6. The ac
quisition of Claude Cooper, pitcher
fro mthe Seattle club of the Pacific
Coast league, was announced today
by club officials of the Des Moines
Western league team.
Sherman Nine Won.
The Sherman Avenue Merchants won a
tight game Tuesday from the North
Omaha Ramblers. 4 to 2. The pitching of
Warren Klbler and the catching of Cliff
Postlewait featured for the Merchants.
The Sherman Merchants have lost only
four games out of 14 this season.
The teams will play again next Sunday
on the East Omaha grounds.
Made This Date
July 7, 1884. Most strikeouts, by pitch
er, in a gsme. 19 H. Psiley, Chlcsgo
tLT. A.). Record alao held by C. Sweeney,
Providence (X. I..). 1881.
July 7, 1919. Most stolen bsses. one
club. In sn Inning. 4 Philadelphia IS)
against New tX, I..), ninth Inning. Rec
cord also held by Washington agalnat
Cleveland (A. L.).
Sends Race Horse
to Track by Airplane
Madrid, July 6. Word has been
received .that Sir John Arnatt is
sending his race horse, Fukha Ha
hib by airplane to the race meet
at San Sebastian, where he will
run in the grand prix Alfonso.
An sirplane was chosen for the
journey, as the hore is usually
sick oh sra voyages.
u l'i MmtiK. Jul) (i K i K nt i
5 : prr ol i.iu tin. ihr iti'iui slate
4 h.itni"'i, idl I'l.i' Kiilini MrKre
J of Di a Moilirs, lillrhnlilif ill 1919.
ijai.d J.imio HuMu-ll i f Ii4 Moines
will iiufl A M HjiiUii i f Oitum
1U. ulpi li.iv lii ld tin' l.ilr ifilf t1e
i four linn's in lltr rtni linal iiwichr
I i'i the m ii 4141. 1 t,itr :!( iniiriuitieiit
i .i ii i.- - i..
in rr mi injunim urni immt mis
In tlir .to Wide round in.ililii to
day. Kih'iht and MiKee won iheir
i'tntlrs eaiU. the inrnier rlnniiui
init Jamrk Siik of l)r Moiiien. 7
tn t. and MiKfe di'lialcd K ll. Har
nslll )P4' Molilr. 5 Hllll 4 Mf-
. ., , , ,..,M:,,W
Kre klli-t .Wl-.U-iVe 111 till' IllninillH
I ri'tllld and 'll.lllied U Cliintll.llldinK
i v,ir,-:rtp ,,,f cm,r' MC;
: ortl m'I Iy Mi'Ker 111 a prarlire roiiml
:,i week ;iuo and is two under par.
j kiii'ier h.ui a par round in the
j iimrniiiK. his 71 Rivinp; him an 8 ur
1 atlvant.ii which Swirk had no
I chance ni ovrrcoiniitg in the after-
C. J Kller of Ue Moinri, after
being A down at the hall-way mark,
played a fancy brand o( golf in the
atieriioon ami carried A. M. Part-
ilttt of (lllunma five extra hole De-
fore being defeated I up, when Bart
lett laid him a partial stymie,
i Rex Moore of Harlan (la ) and
Ilublit'll had a close match all day,
llubbelt winning 2 and 1 to play
when Moore faltered in his puttintj
on the 15th. 16th and 17th holes of
the afternoon's play.
Lee Herron of Soiux City won the
elimination play-off of Ihe tie for
low medal honors.
Omaha Federals !oae.
Herman. Neb.. Julv 5. (Special.) Her
man defeated ihe Omaha Federals, tha
colored team, here Tuesday, 5 to 4, In an
ll-lnnltig game before a crowd ef nearly
Today in Ring History
TwrntTtwo Yfffcm Affo. V
wnif FitzKpraltl won from Marty Me
Cup, Brooklyn, Zi rouwU.
KichtetM Xenrn Ago.
Stanley Kcichel ton from Kid McOtitrn,
Butte, Mont., ona round,
Nrventeen Yearn Ago.
Kid Ctooilman won from Harry Ltwta,
Chelsea, 1& rounds.
Sixteen Yearn Ago.
Walter Utile ftgafnHt Grover flayei.
draw, IndlnnHpoMft, 0 rnundH.
Ten Yearn Aa-o.
Henri Pirt won on a foul from Gentler,
Marerillos, Frunre, five rounrta.
Kir lit Year Ago.
Jimmy Clnbny againet Mike Glover, no
decision, New York. 10 rounda.
Fire Year Ago,
PHe Hartley apainst i'ete Broderlck, HO
decision. New York, 10 rounda.
a SB I sea la
Seven Grand Opera Start
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