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THE OMAHA BKE: TUESDAY. JULY 11. 1922.
"Rudy" Knepper Leads Field in First Half of Qualifying Round of Tourney
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Turns in Card of
71 for 18 Holes
Graham, Kaiii-a Title Hold
er, Travel Coun-e in 71
151 (fdlfert (.oninete
at Country CIuli.
R. F.. (Ktitly) Kncpifr, Siou City,
who ht week won the Iowa mm
championship (or the third -uccc"
kive time, ycMtrilay led a field of
154 player in the firt 18 holes of
the ualifying round of the Trans
tnississippi Rolf tournaitient over the
course of the Omaha t'ooitry club.
Knepper'f "core for the 1H hole
was 71. three less than that of Alex
Oraham, ot Wel
lington, Kan., his
tor who negoti
ated the course in
74. The Sioux
City youth dis
played the same
brilliant form that
has marked his
playing all sea
son. He traversed
the outer course
in .18 and came in
in His score
of 71 is a record
for this new
Crahm. course His card
nut 538 3M
rr sss s
la 8H1 4.M SIS as 71
'r 544 435 84S 4 70
Alex Graham, the long-driving
Kansan, after getting away to a bad
start on the first hole, where he
took seven strokes, found his stride
and played IS of the remaining 17
holes in par. He went out in 38
and came home in 36 for a score of
74. Graham's card is as follows:
Out T44 4S4 854 S8
la 314 456 343 SS 74
Close on the heels of Knepper and
Graham was RAudy's brother. Fred,
who turned in a card of 75. He had
difficulty on the first nine holes, re
quiring 39 strokes to reach the turn,
but played the inside course in one
over par for a 36. His card:
Out , 345 433 S44 39
la 345 S3S SS3 86 75
A good-sized crowd gathered at
the club early in the morning and
waited until nearly noon for George
Von Elm, Salt
Lake City, who is
defending his title
as champion of
and Sam Reynolds,
crowd braved a
and followed the
players, but the
playing of the pair
on the outward
course was only
ordinary and the!
gallery, which fol
lowed the pair around the final nine
holes was only about half as large
as that which formed at the first tee.
Von Elm played the first nine
holes in 38, three over par, and the
final nine in 37. two over oar. Vnn
Elm's card: j
t (14,1 434 863 sa :
In 244 4H5 444 37 75 i
Kobcrt McKee of Des Moines
landed in a three-cornered tie for
third place among the qualifiers. He
also had a card of 75, 39 of which
were required to complete the first
nine holes and 36 for the last nine.
McKee's card follows:
Out 845 434 43 39
I 844 445 8543675
Three Omaha players were among
the next four, who tied at 76 strokes.
They were Blaine Young and Guy
Beckett of the Field club and Ralph
Peters of the Country club. Jimmy
Ward, Kansas City, golfer, was the
fourth member of the quartet, which
finished the 18 holes deadlocked in
a four-cornered tie.
Thorpe Wings Most
"Birds" at Local Traps
Shooting before one of the largest
Sunday crowds of the season at the
Omaha Gun club traps, Bruce
l norpe bunday afternoon suc
ceeded in capturing high gun honors
of the day in the monthly registered
shoot when he broke 99 out of a
possible 100 targets.
H. M. McDonald, with a score of
97 hits out of a possible 100 chances,
was second high, while Joe Dawson
Turner, and Ragan tied for third
place each with 96 "birds."
Scores of the afternoon's shoot follow:
(all guns shot at 100 targets) Thorpe,
99; McDonald. 97; Ragan, SB; Turner.
SS; Bawson, 9fi; Thlmgen, 95; Lee Ruf.
85; Taleott, 95: Mcintosh. 93: Haines,
S3: Gaeet, 92; Marshall, 92; Riley, 92;
Carter, 92: McNamara. 95; Vierling. 91;
Hennlnr. 90; W. J. McCaffrey, 90: Furry,
Ss; Hunter, 87; Gakemeier. 85: Lollman,
85; L. 3. Ruf. 83: Otto. 80; Slstek. 79;
J. T. McDonald, 72. .Tohanson. 71 out of
85; Kennan, 71 out of 80; Adorns, 73 out
ot 80; Moore. 76 out of 80; Ver Mehren,
45 out of 65; " Kingsley, SO out of 50;
Beard, 43 out of 60: Meyer. 40 out of
60; Mrs. Edmiston, 40 out of 60; Noyes,
43 out of 61. ..---.J
Q. Ill a four-hall match are tho players
A. Yes. the provision perm its a ball
of one side entitled to force the player
of the other side whose bait Is farther
away on the putting- green to putt first
A. No. in a four-ball match, the players
of a side may play in the order they
Q. Are there any conditions under
which a player is allowed to lift and drop
or place without penalty a ball that lies
la a hazard ?
A. Yes. the provision which permits ball
to bo lifted and dropped away from a
drain pipe or implements used by tho
frreenkeeper In the upkeep of the coarse
and the like, applies in the case of a ball
that lies in a hazard.
Q. What Is the penalty in both match
and medal play where a player strikes
the wall of a sand trap In making bis
A. There is no penalty in either case.
Q. Please give the correct decision In
the following case: In a four-ball match
bet en A and B, and C and D. A haa a
aid. .iet with C With the four balls on
th putting green. B putts and his ball
kr.-ocks Cs ball into the cup. Can C claim
ta have holed cut on his previous stroke?
A. o, in four -hall match a ball re
placed by that ot another player most be
Q. In a recent match tn which I was
teamed with our club professional against
two other members of the club, I asked
my partner's advice as to the proper club
to use at a certatn bole. One of the op
ponents claimed the hole tor that reason.
V he right?
A. . A player has the right to ask
dvire af his partner at any and all times.
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Turns in Low Score
I 'H iff I II I ' 1 TU
"Rudy" Knepper. Sioux City
golfer and Iowa state champion,
turned in the lowest score for the
first half of the 36-hole qualifying
round of the 22d annual Transmis
sissippi golf tourney being staged
at the Omaha Country club yes
terday when he went out in 38 and
came home in 33.
Knepper' score of 71 for the
first 18 holes is a new course rec
ord for the Country club links
since they were repaired.
Kansas City, Mo., July 10. Fol
lowing a meeting of Western league
baseball club owncs here today, it
was announced by President Tearney
that the season would not be split.
Gets Homer No. 22
St. Louis, July 10. Rogers
Hornsby Jit his 22d home run of the
season in the seventh inning of to
day's game with Brooklyn.
Smith and Flack were on base at
the time. Shriver was pitching for
Here's the "Bradstreet"
on Country Course
Although lacking some features of
some sporty courses, contenders for
the transmississippi title who breezed
around the Country club course yes
terday were willing to concede that
it offered any golfer a run for his
money in the 6005 yards, which Mr.
Par says should be made in 70.
Following is the yardage and par
for each hole:
Holes. Tarda. Par.
1 595 6
2 :iMi 4
3 Sfft . 4
5 J -5 5 .3
S 333 4
7 lfO 3
S'S " ,6
Woman Returns From Town
and Then Swallows Poison
Mrs. Vernett Kessinger, 31, com
mitted suicide by poison Saturday
night in her home, Fifty-second
and Fowler avenue, according to an
investigation madey esterday by the
county attorney's office.
The report states that she came
home from downtown in the after
noon and after talking with her hus
band went into her room from which
she called to him that she had taken
poison. Dr. J. M. Haumann was
called, but found her beyond, help.
The funeral was held yesterday
American Tennis Team
Defeats India Pair
Wimbledon, July 10. Dean Mathey
and G. C. Caner, the American pair,
held their place in the men's doubles
in the grass court tennis champion
ships today. After defeating Hadi
and Rutnam of India, 2-6, 6-3, 6-3, 3-6,
0-4, they defeated Captain tl. b. L,,
Barclay and R. C. Wertheim, 6-4,
J-o, o-J. 6-4.
Mile. Suzanne Lenglen, the
French woman champion, and Miss
Elizabeth Ryan of California reached
the semi-final round in the women's
doubles by defeating Miss Rose and
Miss Youle, Jingland, 7-5, 6-2.
Weissmuller Sets New Record
Alameda, Cal., July 10. John
Weissmuller of the Illinois Athletic
club set a new world's record here
today at Neptune Beach forjthe 100
meters open water tree style swim
ming race ot, 58 3-5 seconds. The
previous record was 1 minute 1-5
seconds, held by Duke Kahanamoku
Bars Mrs. Stopper
From Attending Scraps
Lincoln, Neb., July 10. Athletic
Commissioner Doyle sent a letter to
the manager of Johnny Stopper,
Denver boxer, directing that Mrs.
Stopper be barred from attending
any further fight in which her hus
band may participate in Nebraska,
The letter was sent following a
conference between Boyle and Pub
lic Welfare Secretary Antles. The
incident which prompted the de
cision is said by Mr. Antles to be
an alleged disturbance created by
Mrs. Stopper, following the decision
in the Stopper-Galipeaux bout at
McCook about 10 days ago
('aba Wank Heat.
Chitsia, July 1 Chicago made eleaa
sp of Ihe series with Itnalxn today,
by taking th final gams of the serin.
4 lo V, making It tight straight. Scars;
BOSTON. CHIC AHO
All H O A.
po'sll, rr 4 9 1
MsImI, tt I 0
H rb'rs. lb 111 Hollo'er. as 4 I I 4
NUon, If 4 I o Terry, Jh (III
N olson, il 4 I I Millar, If sat"
Hoiks, lb 4 oil i Hart sr. lb 1 1 11 0
rord. is 4 1 41 rnberg. rf 4 I S I
Kopf lit I 1 II Krug. lb 4 5 1 3
ilibsun. o I I I JlO'Ksrrsll, a 4 I u 1
M'uuard, p i 0 s 0: Jones , p t t
dowdy I l -
r-llU'lm, p J 0 I ! Totals 13 13 37 It
M .N'rt, P 0 0 1 Oj
Totals 13 7 4 111 M ,
lulled lor Marquaid tn sctond Inning.
Score by innings:
Boston 0 nno0
Chlcsgo " 000 00 I
Summary Runs: Jdalssl. Miller. liarber,
Trleberg. Errors: 1'owslt, Ford. Two
hue hits: Krug. Itullocher, Barbara,
Nixon. Sacrifice hits: Jones (1). Tarry.
Double play: Ford to Barbara to liolk.
Left on bases: Boston. 7; Chicago, .
First base ea halls: Ott Marquanl. t;
off Jon'i, 3. Struck out: By Kllllnglm,
1 Illi.' Off Ularouanl. 1 In on Inning:
off Kllllnglm, 7 In S 3-1 Innings; off M.
Namara, 2 in 1 i-s innings. impir,
Dcniells and McCormlck. Tims of game:
Spilt Iienbls Kill.
I'lllBDursn, ."Uiy IB. .lew -
fratrd Pliisburah by lh overwhelming
Kcors of II to t In tho first gams of tn.
day's doubts header, but loet th second
game, 6 to 4.
. -- .k. . ni.nla mmmA
in me i" n""" ' "" .......- .. -
batting rallies In almost every Inning
against Hamilton. Olasner and Hollings
worth, whlls Nehf ws steady through
out. In the second gam Pittsburgh tied
the score In the eighth Inning on a pass
a. a..... d.hIi..,'. t.lnl. mnA Km1
.single. In the ninth after Uooch and Carl
son Baa singlea, carer arove uoorn in
with th winning run by alngllng through
me nor. ncore ursi game;
AH BH PO.A.
TVcrort aa Sill
Mar'v'le.sa 6 14 3
UrolUb 10 0
6 3 10
0 0 0
S 3 1
Hamilton, p 0
Totals E3 38 37 16
Totals 37 11 27 I
Batted for Hollingsworth in ninth.
Batted for Glazner In seventh.
Tew York U....U9 133 30311
Pittsburgh 001 100 000 2
Summary Runs: Bancroft 3). Rawl-
inga (2), Frlsch (3). Meusel (2), Kelly (.1),
Cunningham (2), Snyder (2), Nehf (2).
Carey, Ens. Errors: Meusel, Blgbee,
Barnhart, Tierney, Grimm. Two-base hits:
Rawllngs, Frlsch, Meusel, Kelly, Carey,
Bigbee. Three-base hits: Bancroft, Frisch,
Snyder (2), Ens. Home runs: Meusel,
Carey. Stolen bases: Young, Kelly. Sac
rifice: Meusel. Double plays: Rawlings to
Iiancroft to Kelly, Ens to Maranville to
Grimm, Ens to Grimm. Left on bases:
New York, 10; Pittsburgh, 9. Bases on
balls: Off Gla7,ner.l: off Hollingsworth, 1.
Struck out: By Nehf. 1; by Hamilton. 1;
by Glazner, 3; by Hollingsworth, 1. Hits:
Off Hamilton, 5 in 1 inning, none out In
second; off Glazner, IS In 6 Innings; off
Hollingsworth, 6 in 2 Innings. Hit by
pitcher: By - Nehf (Tierney). Winning
pitcher: Nehf, Losing pitcher: Hamilton.
Umpires: Quigley and Moran. Time: 2:32.
Score, second game:
Mar'vllle.ss 4 14 1
Totals 36 10 26 10 Totals 33 13 27 5
Two out when winning run scored.
New York ..010 201 0004
Pittsburgh . ....000 011 021 5
Summary Runs : Meusel, Young (2),
Kelly, Carey, Blgbee, Barnhart, Grimm,
Gooch. Errors: Maranville, Carlson. Two
base hits: Stengel, Grim, Gooch (2), Three
bass hit: Barnhart. Stolen bases: Young
(3), Maranville, Carey. Sacrifice hit: Carl
son. Double Plays: Bancroft, Rawlins and
Kelly (2). Left on bases: New York, S;
Pittsburgh, 7, Bases on balls: Off Ryan,
4; off Carlson, 1. Struck out: By Ryan,
1; by Carlson, 3. Passed ball: Gooch.
Winning pitcher: Carlson; losing pitcher,
Ryan. Umpires: Moran and Quigley.
Reds Defeat Phillies.
Cincinnati, July 10. The Reds made it
four out of five from Philadelphia by
winning the final game of the series to
day. 11 to 7. It was a slugging match,
each team getting 13 hits. The Reds
pounded Ring out of the box In the first
two innings, but the Phillies found Keck
in the fifth and took the lead. Pinto,
who had relieved Ring, was wild and had
to be removed In the last half of the fifth.
Singleton, who finished the game, was
hit freely and received poor support. Gil
lespie pitched strongly for the Reds in
the last four InnlngB. The batting and
fielding of Fonzeca was a feature.
. PHILADELPHIA. I CINCINNATI.
, AB.H.O.A.I AB.H.O.A. I
Rapp. 3b 4 11 SIBurns. cf 5 2 6 0
P'inson, 2b 5 0 6 3 D'bert, lb 3 1 10
Willi's, cf 5
2 2 1 Duncan, If i
Walker, rf 6
1 s i Harper, rl 3
F'nzeca, 2b 4
Pinelll, 3b 3
Ki'ick, ss 4
Wingo, c 3
Keck, p 1
Gillespie, p 2
xl dourvea 1
3in'ton, p 2
Totals 30 13 27 12
Totals 39 13 24 13
xBatted for Ring in third.
Philadelphia 000 151 000 7
Cincinnati 140 042 OOx 11
Summary Runs: Bapp, Williams, Walk
er, Lee, Peters, Pinto, Singleton, Burns.
Daubert (3), Duncan, Fonzeca (2), Pinelll
(2), Klmmick, Wingo. Errors: Leslie,
Peters, Singleton, Harper, Keck. Two
base hits: Lee (2), Fletcher, Singleton,
Duncan, Harper, Wingo. Three-base hits:
Walker, Fletcher, Fonzeca, Sacrifice hits:
Lee, Duncan, Harper, Pinelll. Keck. Dou
bled playa: Rapp to Parkinson to Leslie;
Fletcher to Parkinson to Leslie; Fonzeca
to Daubert. Left on bases: Philadel
phia, 8; Cincinnati, 4. First base on balls:
Off Ring, 1; off Pinto, 3; off Keck, 1;
off Gillespie, 1. Struck out: By Pinto,
1; by Singleton. 2; by Keck, 1; by Gil
lespie, 1. Struck out: By Pinto, 1; by
Singleton, 2; by Keck, 1; by Gillespie, 1.
Hits. Off Ring, 8 in 2 innings; off Pinto,
none in 2 innings; off Singleton, 6 in
4 innings; off Keck, S In 4 2-3 Innings; oft
Gillespie, 6 141-3 innings. Hit by pitched
sail: By Singleton, 1. Wild pitch: Ring.
Passed ball: Peters. Winning pitcher:
Gillespie. Losing pitcher: Pinto. Um
pires: O'Day and Hart. Time: 1:63.
Cardinals Beat Dodgers.
St. Louis, July 10. Roger Hornsby's
home run, his "22d ot the season, with
Flack and Smith on base in the seventh
inning, gave the CJardlnals a 4 to 1 victory
over Brooklyn here today. Hornsby's hit.
his only one of the gamp, was made off
Shriver, a young righthander. The victory
was the seventh straight for St. Louis.
Hlgh.Sb 4 2
Flack.rf 4 3 5 1
John'on.2b 0 0
Janvrin,2b 4 2
T.Ori'h.rt 6 1
3 10 1
4 13 4
Wheat.lf 4 1
Totals 31 11 27 14
Totals 35 11 24
xBatted for Decatur in ninth.
xRan for Keuther in ninth.
Brooklyn 000 000 0011
St. Louis 000 100 4 Ox 4
Summary Rung: Mitchell, Flack. Bmitk.
Hornsby, Lavan. Error: Lavan. Two-bam
hita: High (3), B. Griffith, Wheat. Horn
run: Hornsby. Btolen bases: Flack, Smith
2. Sacrifices: Shriver, Pfeffer, AInsmita.
Double plays: Hornsby, Lavan and Four
nler. Flack and Ainsmith, Olson and
Mitchell. Left on bases: Brooklyn, 11: St.
Louis, t. Base on balls: Off Shriver. 3: off
Pfeffer. 2. 8truck out: By Shriver, 6; by
Decatur. 1. Hits: Off Shriver. 10 In 7;
off Decatur. 1 In 1. Hit bv pitched ball:
By Pfeffer: (Johrston). rmpires: Klem
and Pfirman. Losing pitcher: Schriver.
St. Joseph 61 17 .471 Omaha 4SW.64I
Tul t 34 .uoiukl. i uy it t. nl
rlioux City 41 14 ,664il)envsr 17 64.136
Wichita 41 1 .6411 IMS alolnei .1 66 .346
Sioux City, II; Omaha, II,
ianvsr-ia Moinrs. rsin.
No others arhstlulsd.
Oklahoma t'ity at Omaha.
Tula at Sioux City.
Wichita at iMnvsr.
HI, Joseph at t'a Moines.
MCIIRAHK. . STATE 1.E.1UI K,
Falrbury 37 31 Norfolk 31 21 .600
Lincoln 34 36 .67H BeatrUs 36 31 ,444
Hastings SI 3.600U'd Islsnd 30 31 . 331
Norfolk, II; Lincoln, 4.
tlrand Island, 3; talrbury, 1,
)atrlc. 1; Hastings, 4.
fir unit Island at Hastings.
Kslrbury at Norfolk.
Ueatrlcs at Lincoln.
W. I. Pet
W. U Pet,
New T'k 47 3 .644
rinry 40 31 .604
Pittsburgh 3 4t Ml
Phlly 37 44 .30
Boston 21 41 .341
St. Louis 47 33 .Sir,
Chicago 41 18 .632
Br'klyn 40 31 .613
New York. 11-4: Pittsburgh, !,
trinclnnstl. 11: Philadelphia, 7.
Chicago, 4: Boston. 0.
St. Louis, 4; Brooklyn. 1,
Boston at Pittsburgh.
Brooklyn at Cincinnati,
New York at Chicago,
Philadelphia at St. Louis.
W. I Pet. I
W. L. Pet.
St. Louis 4S 33 .613 Wash'ton
37 41 .474
New T'k 47 36 .673 Cleveland
Chicago 41 3S .6111 Boston
3 44 .460
36 44 .443
Detroit 43 31 ,619 Phlly
31 43 .411
Philadelphia. 6; Chicago, 3.
St. Louis. 6-3: Boston. 4-4.
Detroit, ; Washington, 3.
No other games scheduled.
Chicago at Washington.
St. Louis at New York.
Detroit at Philadelphia.
Cleveland at Boston.
W. t,. Pet.
Ind'n'p'lti 61 31 .623
St. Paul 48 31 .608
Malw'kes 46 40'. 635
Mln'polia 43 37 .638
W. L. Pet.
Louisville 41 44 .483
Columbus 3 4S .429
Kan. City 38 49 .437
Toledo 29 63 .363
Louisville. 6; Toledo, 4.
Indianapolis, 18; Columbus, I.
St. Paul, 8; Kansas City, 2.
Toledo af Louisville.
OTilumbus at Indianapolis.
Minneapolis at Mlwaukes.
St. Paul at Kansas City.
Fairbury, 3 to 1
Grand Island Couples Two
Hits With Three Errors
Fairbury, Neb., July 10. Grand
Island won the last game of the first
half of the split season from Fair
bury today, 3 to 1. The visitors cou
pled two hits with three errors in the
second inning for three runs.
Rooney, ss 4 3 1
Robin, lb 4 2 9
Kranda, 3b 4
Spe'ker, cf 4
Totals 34 6 27 13 Totals 34 8 27 16
Batted for Lovich in the ninth.
Grand Island 030 000 000 3
Fairbury 000 000 010 1
Summary Runs: Metz. Prltchard, Rob
erts, Rooney. Errors: Robin, Rooney
(2), Goodwin. Sacrifice hit: Cleveland.
First base on balls. Off Lovich, 4; off
Prltchard, 1. Stolen bases: Goodwin.
Double plays: Cleveland to Goodwin to
Wimbush. Struck out: By Lovich, 4; by
Prltchard, 4. Umpire: Murphy. Time
of game: 1:45.
Beatrice Wins Third Straight.
Beatrice, Neb., July 10. Beatrice made
It three straight today by defeating Hast
ings, 7 to 4. Beatrice made three home
runs. Echtermeyer also hit a home run
with two men on. Score:
Serb, 2b 4 12 3
D'l'g'ra, 2b 3 3
G'ghan, ss 3 0
Amen, cf 4 1
Tomes, If 5 1
Willets, e 3 0
E'meyer.lb 4 2
Knapp, rf 3 1
Crann, 3b 4 1
Smith, p 4 1
K'chner, lb 3 0
Wiggins, rf 3
Bowman, cf 3
Mooney, If 4
Quinn, ss 3
Parker, 3b 4
Unger, o 4
Giddings, p 4
Totals 34 S 24 9 Totals 31 8 27 7
Score by innings:
Beatrice 011 031 Olx T
Hastings 003 000 0104
Summary Runs: Tomes, Willets, Ech
termeyer (2), Delagarra (2), Wiggins,
Bowman, Quinn (2), Parker. Errors:
Gaughan (2), Crann. Home runs: Quinn,
Parker, Echtermeyer, Bowman (2). Two
base hit: Echtermeyer. Sacrifice hit:
Kirchner. Stolen bases: Unger, Delagarra,
Bowman. Hit by pitched ball: Knapp,
Gaughan, by Giddings. Passed ball: Wil
lets. Wild pitch: Giddings. Earned runs:
Beatrice, 5; Hastings, 4. Left on bases:
Beatrice, 6; Hastings, 9. Double play:
Parker to Delagarra to Kirchner. Um
Elk Horns Beat links.
Norfolk. Neb., July 10. The Elk Horns
finished the first half of the season today
by trimming the Links, 11 to 4. Gibson,
the long swatter for the Links, was
knocked out of the box In the eighth
when the Elk Horns, with two down ham
mered him for four clean hits which meant
Athert'nrss 6 2 13
Totals 36 8 24 ll Totals 33 16 37 7
Score by Innlnes:
Lincoln 021 000 010 4
noriom 101 013 06. 11
Summary Runs: Carrie?. MrCov. nihaon.
Dye, Atherton (2). Wisser (2). Marr (2),
Clark, Rouse, Stucker, Hegarty, Barnett.
.errors: xjye. Mcuoy, Atnerton. Barnett.
Two-base hits: Marr. Dye, Rouse (2),
Stucker. Sacrifice fly: Clark. Tl on
balls: Off Barnett, 1: off Gibson, 4.
Stolen bases: Gibson, Dye, Carrlg, Marr,
Rouse. Hits: Off Gibson. IS In I S-x in
nings. Struck out: By Barnett. g; by
Gibson, 2. WilcJ pitch: Barnett Winning
pitcher: Barnett. Losing pitcher: Gibson.
Umpire: Johnson. Time, 1:66.
Bouts This Week
July 12 Barney Adair against
Jimmy Jones, 12 rounds in Cumber
July 12 Jock Malone against
Louis Bogash, 15 rounds in New
July IS Willie Jackson against
Sid Marks, IS round in New York.
lHtbU !ubl MmmIm,
Boston, July IS Kur the third aun-ss.
slv playing day llosion and ' Louis
divided a doubt header today, the llruans
winning lha opening gaiue, 6 s 4, it
tl Inniuga, and Ids Ri lu tatting iti
strand, 4 In 3.
The winning run In ths 13th inning of
th first gams rania tin l 11 sirs by Jinb
son and aWvereld and a surowful sUi-e
iilay bunt by Utlvrb in IN ariind gains
Piatt' single In th suitt svurnd io
tuns, HiUr thrown out on a rluut
play at first for th final out aa Tulun
was crossing th plat with what auuld
hav ben ih tying run.
kfcor. first gsui:
T. LOflit. I B"bTO.N,
A II. II. 'V A 11,'bold, ft 4 I
Tobln. rf 3 I lt'naky. If 4 13 0
tierber, s 12 3 i, Hums, lb 4 l I
Hitler, lb 111 li I'rslt, 3b 4
Willi a, If 4 3 I 0 I'uxsti, 3b 6 2 3 i
M'M'us. b 1 4 I foil rt v 6 n 4 a
J ot son. ef 3 3 0; Uu.l. c 4 111
iH'vrld.e 4 3 4 llKuel, e 4 111
Kllerb. lb 4 0 4 triii ger. nil
Davis, p 6 10 6UUlnn, P
i'rustt, p 0 10 UaHrrls'n
6 0 1
I 0 0
1 I I
Total 0 13 39 21
Batted for Plttanger tn tha thirteenth,
Hatted for Quinn in th thirteenth.
Batted for K. Smith in lh thirteenth,
8k or by Innings:
St. Louis 010 001 110 100 11
Boston 103 tiuo 010 0VO 04
Summary Runs: Tobln 12). Williams.
Jacobson t:. Lei bold, bums 3), Pitten.
ger. errors.- usrber. Eiiorii. l.eioni.t,
Burns. Two-tan hits: Wllllsm :),
Dugan. Pratt. Three-tune hit: Jacohson.
Horn runs Burns. Stolen bases: Stsler,
Williams. Sacrifice hits: Tobln. Clerbar.
Hvrld, Ellerbe, Davis. J. Collins, Dusmh.
jjoudi play: Dugsn In i'ralt to Kvana.
.eft on bases'. St. Louis. 11: Boston. II.
First has on balls: Off Davis. 2: off
Quinn, 4. Struck out: By Davis. 3.
Hits: Off Davif, 13 In 12 2-3 lnninga; off
Prustt, non la 1-3 Innings. Winning
pitcher: Davis. Umpires: Evans and
Hlldebrand. Tim of gam: 3:36.
Tiger Defeat Senator.
Washington. July 10. Detroit won easi
ly from Washington, 6 tn 2. today. Both
Erlcksoit and Phillips proved to b un
able to hold the visiting batsmen. Th
local intlein aauea rtv double plays to
it long list, only one putout going to
th Waahington outfield during th en
DETROIT. I WASHINGTON.
Blue, lb 5 18 II Bush, 3b 6 2 2 2
3 0 0
0 18 1
0 Rice, cf
0 Brower, rf
2 0 0
4 Shanks. If
Cu'aw, 2 b
Total 28 10 27 16, B'heart, p
Totals 37 10 37 31
Batted for Clark in the eighth.
Batted for Phillips In the sixth.
Batted for Brllhelart in the ninth.
Score ty innings:
Detroit 110 103 oon 6
Washington 002 000 000 2
Summary Runs: Blue (2. Veach. Hell-
mann (2), Rigney, Bush, Gharrity. Errors:
Jones (2), Clark, Peckinpaugh. Two-base
hits: Rigney, Cobb, hree-base hit: Blue.
Stolen bases: Brower. Sacrifice hits:
Clark. Jones. Rlenev f 21. Hellm&nn.
Veach. Double plays: Peckinpaugh to
Harris to Judge; Jones to Blue; Rigney
to Clark to Blue; Harris to Judge; Judge
to Peckinpaugh to Judge; Bush to Judge.
Left on bases: Detroit. 6; Washington,
11. rirst oase on Dans: uii ferickson.
off Oldham. 8: off Phillies. 1: off
Brillheart, 1. Struck out. By Brillheart,
by Oldham, 2. Hits: Off Erickson,
n 5 innings, one run scored, two on
base, none out In the sixth: off Phillips,
one in one Inning; off Brillheart, 3 In
3 Innings. Wild pitch: Erickson. Pass
ed ball: Gbarrity. Losing pitcher:
Erickson. UmDtres: Walsh and Dlneen.
Time of game: 2:17.
Athletics Beat Whit Socks.
Philadelphia. July 10. Home runs bv
Hauser and Galloway, and airtight pitch
ing oy narris gave rnuaaeipnia a 6 to 3
victory over Chicago today. Score:
Toung, 2b 4 0 2 3
Galloway.ss 4 2 2 3
Walker, If 3 0 2 0
Johns n, ss 4 3 2
Collins, 2b 4
Hooper, rf 4
3 9 0
2 6 0
0 0 2
0 0 2
3 27 10
Totals 30 7 24 141 Totals
Sfnrtt hv Inn)...,
iiiiaueipiua 2UU UU1 3UX 5
summary nuns: Johnson, Hooper, Gal
Ioway, Walker, Hauser (2). Harris. Er
rors: Johnson. Mulligan. Harris. Sacri
fiCA hft9! Hfllll!p.(n Mn.,11 T,n II- n,
hafIA hitn, .Tnhnann VnlllnB 'rrn..-nJ. ,r..
runs: Hauser, Galloway. ' Double plays:
galloway to Hauser, Galloway to Young
nauoci, jjcveiciiB io jonnson to sneely
Left on bases: Chlcaco, 6; Philadelphia, 6
Base nn halls' Cttt u... 9. t
ette. 3. Struck out: By Harris. S. T!m-
uues; jnorianty ana Nailln. Time: 1:36
Score, second game:
Si si er. lb
32 10 27 16
Totals 33 10 24 12
xBatted for Dantorth in seventh.
xBatted for Wright in ninth.
St. Louis 020 000 0013
Boston 000 102 lOx 4
Summary Runs: Williams. Severeid f2)
Leibold. J. Harris, Dugan, Russell, Jacob
Bon. Two-base hits: Ellerbe, Severeid. J,
Harris. Stolen bases: Williams. J. Collins.
Sacrifices: Williams. Ellerbe. Burns. Left
on oases:- St. ijouis. 9; Boston, 7. Bases
on nans: on wrignt. z: Kussen. 4. struck
out: By Danforth. 4: by Russel . 1. Hits
Off Danforth. 7 In 6: off Wright, 3 in 2.
Wild pitch: Wright: Losing pitcher: Dan
fourth. Umpires: Hlldebrand and Evans.
Time: 1:66. -
Safe or Out
Q. One man says the batter will get
to first base and the other says that
he will not. The batter hits to the out
field, and after he has touched first base
he is out trying to get to second base.
Does he reach first safely and does he
get credit for a hit
A. He reached first safely and lie
hnuld be credited with a hit.
Q. The pitcher stands on the pitcher's
plate, but well over toward the third base
end of the plate. He throws a crossfire
from that point. Is it legal?
A. Jt is. It tne Ditrner properly roomed
the pate he need not confine himself to
tne exact center.
Q. A pitcner delivers the ball with one
foot hack of the rubber. Should the um
pire call a balk every time that he does
A. It Is the duty of the umpire to call
a balk even if the pitcher balk on CTery
Q. On a long hit by the batsman the
baseman stands so closely to first, second
and third bases that the speed of the bats
man is hampered when he tries to make
a home run. Is this permissible?
A. The basemen are privileged to stand
on the Inside corner of the bases when
the runner is circling the base. He may
not interfere with the runner and on the
other hand be may make II imperative
that the runner turn the base at a sharp
Q. Runner on third. A long hit 1
made. The runner tries to score but finds
the catcher astrid of home plate. What
shall he do?
A. The catcher most not block home
ptabs unleas he haa the bail In his pos
esaion, .The umpire should permit the
run to score if the catcher Interfere and
the runner is privileged to push the catch
er away if he doe interfere with him.
Gate City League.
Whistle. 13; Christ Child Junior. I.
Leavenworth Merchants, 6: Barker
Xo other games reported.
The Bee Want Ads are best busi
2 o u Leib'd.cf .421
6 0 1 4lj.Harris.lt 3 2 6
SIS OlBurns.lh 2 110
2 2 3 0Pratt,2b 4 10
4 0 8 llDufran.3b 4 0 3
0 1 0 J.collins.rf 4 2 1
3 3 8 2 Ruel.c 4 14
3 2 16 Pit'ger.ss 4 13
2 0 0 0 Russell.p 3 0 0
0 0 0 0
1 0 J Totals
0 0 0 0
City Tennis Title
by Beating Adams
l'. U. McCormick tvort the city
tenuis championship Sunday after
noon at farter Lake chili by defeat
iiiR Bill Adams in itraisht let. The
nom were t-3. 6-4, b-i.
Adam forced hi tall, raimy op
ponent to extend hint no If. and the
victor knew he had played tennis
when the winning point was called
by the umpire.
It was a light between two tac
tirian. with iwift passing shots
down the sideline, strategic lohi to
shift the play from the net to base
line, and ktrong drives.
McCormick excelled hit stocky op
ponent at the net, i.'.d it was not
until the match was nearly finished
that Adams seemed to rcalie it. The
lat set he played from the baseline.
Though McCormick proved him
self superior at the net, Adams also
showed himself no stranger to such
play. In several brilliant rallies "toe
to toe" he made panthcrlike returns
that forced cheers from the gallery.
McCormick's lightning runs to the
net were clearly disconcerting to
Adams, who did his best to force
the tall racquet wicldcr back with
lobs. Many of these attempts failed,
Bill having a little too much depth
and the ball dropping outside by a
Negotiations Stop for
PiMcrinroh Pa.. Tlllv 10. An-
,,1,-emenr that the nronoscd Harry
Greb-Jack Dempsey bout here on
Labor day would not taite piace was
made here last night by John Bell,
Pittsburgh promoter, who has been
nnonitinn inr surh an attraction.
The announcement came when Bell's
attention was called to a New York
report that Jack Kearns, Dcmpsey's
manager, was waiting to hear from
Dies of Heart Failure
Birmingham. Ala., July 10. Ed
ward W. Barrett, editor and pro
prietor of ihe Birmingham Age-Her
ald, died suddenly last nigni 01 nean
failure at the Roebuck Country club.
He had complained for several
days of not feling well, but last eve
nine he accented an invitation for
himself and Mrs. Barrett to a dinner
party at the Roebuck club. It was
while surrounded by a gr.oup of
friends that he suddenly expired.
will. tli ttarrv PnvnA Whitney repre
sentatives not eligible, and Morvlch and
Pillory temporarily on the shelf, the Em
pire Citv derbv artlie Yonkers track. New
York. July 15, will be confined to the
second division 3-year-olds. Here will
be an opportunity for the Quincy stable's
relnv tn tirnve some of the good things
said about him last winter. The son of
Assagai is one of the best bred 3-year-olds
in the country and so tar tnis season nas
won his last three out of four starts, de
feating Bridesman at a mile in the mud;
Modo at a mile and a sixteenth over a
fast track, and Knobbie at a mile over
a slow track. Illness retarted his train
ing early in the spring, but he is right
good now and there, are a number of ex
perts who contend ha is one of the best
colts of the year.
The French bred colt Snob II, which
cost J. S. Cosden 385,000 and which went
lame a few days before the running of
the Kentucky Special, Is again training
satisfactorily and may be a starter. Snob
II also will have another opportunity to
prove whether he is a mile and a quarter
horso or pierely a sprinter. The Ranco
cas stable has William A. and Kai-Sang
working for the race. The Glen Riddle
farm has a speedster in Osceanic, which
has held his own up to a mile. The
Greentree stable has two promising repre
sentatives in Letterman and Galantman.
Others that are working well for the
Derby are: Hephaistos, Irish Brigadier,
June Grass. Villinist, Modo, Dexterous,
Serenader, Horologe, Column and Runan
tell. Grev Laa won the derby last year from
Sporting Blood and Copper Demon.
With the Hamilton derby dangling at
his belt Commander J. K. L. Ross appears
to have another one, the Canadian derby,
set for decision at the Fort Erie track,
July 15, at his mercy. Spanish Maize,
who won his first race as a 3-year-old in
the Hamilton classic, was not nominated
for the Canadian. Instead Ross has six
other eligible, namely, Diadema, Lyn
mouth. Affpction, Procyon, Brynthona and
Dorando. Diadema was Ross' star 2-year-old
last .season, winning seven out of
ten starts and finishing second In the
other three. She won her first start this
season over the five and a half furlong
route with Actress. Procyon also won
his first start at six furlongs from Im
personator, a few weeks ago. He was not
raced as a 2-year-old. Affection also
won a sprint race from Keltic Brynthona
:won a race at a mile and a sixteenth.
All the Ross horses are by the same
sire, Marathon, which Rom Respess raced
successfully a few years ago. Procyon is
i gelding. Dorando a colt and the others
fillies. Ross has not decided what horse
or horses will carry his colors, but one
can depend on whatever he sends to the
post will be fit to run for a king's ran
The Tijuana derby winner. Wedding
Prince, another son of Marathon, ax
Prince Ahmed, is an intended starter. The
Brookdale stable has a formidable pair
in Corenzio and Paddle, while the Sea
gram stable has Impersonator and King s
Court ready to Kive battle with the heat
of them. The Thorncliffe has two eligi-
oips in t apt. M-ott. a recent winner at a
mile and a seventy yards In the heavy
going, and Push Pin.
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HE race (or home run lion
ors among the Buffaloes is
developing into a merry one.
Todate, "Red4 Wilder, the slug
ging Omaha catcher, tops the
team-batters for honors in the
circuit-clouting department. "Red"
has smacked out 11 homers. Last
season when he played with
Springfield in the Ecastern league.
Wilder topped the circuit with 20
homers at the end of the season.
Hciiiie Manush, the 20-year-old
slugger of "Fa" Tearney's loop,
who cavorts in left field for the
Buffaloes, has spanked out nine
George Grantham, spedy little
Omaha third baseman, who is set
ting the league afire with his hit
ting, has clouted out 10 homers
thus far this season: George
found his hitting togs two weeks
ago and has been clouting the ball
at a merry ol' clip here of late.
"Pug Griffin has eight homers to
his credit, while "Babe" Herman
Father Flanagan's Boys' baseball team
is after game with class C teams In the
Muny baseball association to provide at
traction at the home during; the week
days. Games may be arranged by calling
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Eighth Innings of
Sioux City. Ia., July lO.-Sioux
City took the odd game of the eriei
and went into third place by winning
today's slugfest from Omaha. Score,
13 to 10. The Packers hit Darrough
hard in the sixth and eighth inning;
while Davis was effective until the
ninth, when an Omaha rallv w
stopped by Tesar after six runs had
been scored in that frame. Score:
All It TI ni.AH
tilslaaon, tl 4 0 I 1 1
AnperMin, rr I I
(iranlham. lb 6 1 I S
Manush, If ft 1 1 1
Herman, lb S t 4 1 )
u-haav - a I a a t a
O'Connor, rf ft 1 4 6 O
Kpenrer. c s e
llarroufh. n . . S A 0 A t A
stirlffln t 0
Totals 41 Tn U 14 IS
illnltrd for Oarrough Inninth.
sun t i rv.
AH. R. H. FO.A.K.
Hamilton. ft I 4 1 a
Hemingway, .lb 5 S I 1
Williams, rf ft 1 A
Mels, II ft 1 t II 1
O.Urmrd, rt 4 ' A A
RohloiMin. If ft S A A
Palmer. 3b ft 1 1 t ft
Hhnntllni, e ft 1 4 II I 1
-Harts, p ft 1 1 t ft A
Teear, p A A A 1
Total .44 It IT M 1
Hror by Innings:
Omaha MO 100 01 10
gloux City tel. 005.05 IS
Summary Tm-haae hits: Met, Outer,
garri, Hamilton, O'Connor, Appersan, Her
man (3). Three-base hit: Grantham.
Home run! Hamilton, Palmer, ripen
rer, Karned ran: Omaha, 10; fcleui City,,
IS. Ntolrn base: O'Connor. Spencer. Hem.
ingvray. Hit and run: Off Dart, 10 and
17 In ft t-5 Innings I off Tenar, none and
none In 1-3 Inning;. lft on baet Omaha,
B; 8loux City, II. Has on balls i Off Devi.,
t; off Harrongh, 1. Struck outl By Dart.
5: hy Teear, lj by Ilarrough. t. Paused
halls: Shingling. Timet 1:65. rmplresi
Held and Donahue.
Joe LyncK Knocks
Out Champ Buff
New York, July 10. Joe Lynch,
New York, won the bantamweight
championship tonight when h
knocked out Champion Johnny
Buff in the 14th round of a sched
uled 15-round title contest
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