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Leverette Relieves Robertson in Eighth and White Sox Beat Yanks, 3 to 2
Shawkey Hurls
Airtight Ball
Except in Sixth
Chicago Bunches Four of Five
Hits After Two Out in
Sixth and New
York Lose.
Chicago, July 3!. New Yorki
pennant chance were given another
bump when Chicago defeated them
again, 3 to 2. The game wa a pitch
ing duel between Dob Shawkey and
Charley Robertson, the former pitch
ing airtight ball except in the lixth,
when the locals itarted a rally after
two men were out by bunching four
of their five hits. Eddie Mulligan
Marted the attack with a triple and
Collins and Hooper came through
with tingles. Amos Strunk mined
clouting a homer by about a foot
The ball struck the right field screen
and went for a triple, sending Collins
and Hooper home and giving the
White Sox the game. The visitors
got a run in the hrst on a walk, a
hit and infield out, but were helpless
against Robertson until the eighth,
when he wavered and was replaced
by Leverette, after one run had been
scored and the bases were filled with
two out, Leverette stopped the
Yanks from then to the finish. Both
teams fielded perfectly, the work of
Scott being especially noteworthy.
Witt, ef 4 0 10
Puiu, lb 4 111
Meusel. rf 10 10
Joh'aon. a 4 0 0 S
Margin, lb 4 1 I 0
Collins, lb 4 11
Hooper, rf 111
Strunk. of 1 1 0 t
Rutb, If 1 01
Schang. I 0 I 0
Plpp. lb 4 1 11 0
Falk. If Slit
Ward, lb
Scott, h
4 11 I Sheeley. lb 1 011 t
SOI I Schallc. o 1001
0 0 0 OIRob ion, p 10 0 1
t 0
Lev'etto, p 0 0 0 1
Bhaw'y. p 10 0 1
xBaker 10 0 0
Hurray, a 0 0 0 0
Totala H I IT 14
Total II (1411
x Batted for Scott In eighth.
xBatted for Shawkey In eighth.
Score bv innlnga:
New Tork 100 tOO 010 2
CKlrago 000 001 00 1 I
Summary Runs: Witt. Ruth. Mulligan,
Collins, Hooper. Errora: 0. Three-baae hlta:
Mulligan, Strunk. Sacrifice: neon. uouDie
playa; Scott to Plpp Shawkey. to Scott to
Plpp. Left on baaea: New Tork, 10; Chi
cago, 1. Baaea on ballet urr Hooeraon, i;
off Shawkey, 1 Struck out: By Bobertaon,
6; by Shawkey, 1. Hlta: Off Shawkey, i
In 7 Innings; off Murray, 0 In 1 innlnga;
off Robertson, in 7 1-1 Innlnga: off Ler
erette. 0 In 1 1- Inning. Winning pitcher:
Robcrtaon. Losing pitcher: Shawkey. Ura
plrea: Dlneen and Morlarity. Time: 1:66.
ttgen Wallop Athletic.
Detroit. July 11. Detroit read It
three straight from Philadelphia, pounding
four pitcher for 18 hlta and winning, 11
to 1. Cobb doubled hi last time at bat,
bringing to 15 the consecutive number of
gamea la which ha haa hit aafely. Rig
ney had a perfect day at bat with five
hits out at a many time up.
McOown.rf 4 0 4 0 4 0 10 0 4 10 6 14 1
Walker.lf 10 1 4 1 1.0 S 1 7 2Veach,lf 1110 4 0 10 4 2 0 4
Perklns.o 4 12 2
8cheer,2b 4 1 T 0
4 0 1 0 Heuman.ri J s
Jones, 3b 4 114
Rlgney.e toll
Manion.e 2 0 4 0
Rettlg. d 10 0 1
Oldham, p 4 10 0
Umih . A A 6 ill
Evkert.p' 0 0 0 0 Total 37 18 37 S
Sullivan, p 0 0 0 II
xWelch 110 0
xBruggy 10 0 0
Total 33 7 24 13
xBatted for Helmach In fifth,
x Hat ted for Eckert In seventh.
Score by Innlnga: .
Philadelphia 000 010 0001
Detroit . .114 Oil 12x 11
Summary Runa, Echeer, Blue, Cutshaw,
Cobb (2), Veach, Hellmann (3), Jone (2).
Rtirney. Error: McOowan, Galloway (3).
Two-base hit: Cobb. Three-base bit:
Veach, Jones. Stolen base: Oldham. Sac
rifices: Manton (3). Double play: RisW.
Cutshaw to Blue. Left on bases: Phila
delphia. 7: Detroit, 8. Bases on balls:
Off Oldham, 1; off Rettlg. 3: off Eskert
1. Struck out: By Oldham. 4. Hits: Off
RetUg. 5 In 2 1-3: off Helmach, 2 In X
1-3- off Eckert, 5 In 2; off Sullivan, In
2. Hit by pitcher: By Oldham. Walker.
Losing pitcher: Rettlg. Umpires: Evans
and Guthrie. Time 1:45.
Indian Meat Heaartor.
Cleveland, O.. July 21- Washington
played poorly behind ineffective pitching
by Zachary, Brlllheart and Toungblood,
and Cleveland won. 14 to 6. Manager
Speaker made a home run to the score
board, hia seventh of the season.
Umpire Hildebraml was hit by a foul
tip in the first inning, but continued after
his injuries were treated. Score:
Rice, cf 4 '0 1 0
Rvana. If 4 3 10
Harris, 2b 6 1 4
J'mteson.lf 1110
Wamby..2b 4 18 1
Speaker, cf 4 2 3 0
Judge, lb 6 l s i
Ooslln, If 4 1 1 0
Brower, rf 111 Wood. rf 4210
Shanks. 3b 4 1 1 1
Pork . aa 4 116
SeweM. as 5 2 4 4
Gardner.Sb 10 10 6 3 T 2
O'Neill, e 5 2 6 0
Morton, p 4 0 11
Totala 12 14 27 11
Piclnich, e 1 0 0 0
Gharrlty, o 2 111
Zachary, p 1 0 0 1
Brum t, p 1 o J
Ve-hl'd. n 10 0 1
xGoebel 0 0 0 01
Totala 16 8 24 1
x Batted for Brlllheart in aeventh.
Washington "1 J J0-'
Cleveland 422 110 Ux-14
Summary Run: Rice, Harris, Judge,
Ooslln, Brower, Evana, Jamleson (2).
Wambsgans (2), Speaker (D. Wood, J.
Sewell 2), Gardner. Mclnnis (2), O'Neill.
Error: Peckinpaufh. Oharrity, Wambs
gans. J. Sewell. Two-base hits: Judge,
Goslin, Gharrlty, Brower, Sewell 2),
O'Neil. Thra-be hit: Judge, Wood,
Mclnnis. Home run: , Speaker. Stolen
bases: Evan (2). Speaker, Gardner,
Wambagansa. Sacrifice, hita: Gardner,
Morton. Double playa: Wambagansa to
J. Sewell to Mclnnis. Peckinpaugh to
Harrl to Judge. Left on baaea: Wash
ington, 7: Cleveland. 10. Base on ball:
Off Brlllheart. 1; off Toungblood. 1: off
Morton. 4. Hits: Off Zachary. 8 In 1 1-1
tnninga; off Brlllheart, S In 8 2-1 Inning:
oft Toungblood. 1 In I Inning. Hit by
pitched ball: Wambsgane. by Zachary;
Wambsgans. by Toungblood. Struck out:
By Brlllheart, 1; by Morton. 4. Balk:
foungblood. Losing pitcher: Zachary.
Jmpire: HItdebrand and Nallin. Time:
Browns Increase Lead.
St. Louie. July II. Th Brown In
creaaed their lead to one and a half
gamea over the Tankee by defeating the
Red Sox. ( to 1 while the White Sox ware
trimming New Tork.
St. Loul scored it run la th elxth,
seventh and eighth Innlnga on eight of It
'S hits, including home run by Tobin and
Williams, the latter' 16th of th season.
Gerber. a 4 111
Mite' ell, a 4 10 2
Fe'ster, lb 4 1 0 1
Burn, lb. t Oil II
Pratt, lb 4 111
Men'ky. If 4 12 0
J. Col's, rf 10 10 4 1 S 0
Ruel. c 114 1
Sh'en. cf-lf 6 12 0
Tobin, rf S I I
WU', lf-cf 4 1 6
Jac'son. lb 4 0111
M'M'n'a. lb 4 I I I
P. Col'ns, c I 1 1
Bronkie, lb I 1 1 1
V'angder, p I 1 1
Total 15 12 17 II
Quinn. p 3 11!
xHarrle 10 0 0
Total 33 0 24 15
xBatted for Qutna in ninth.
Boston 010 100 0001
St. Louta 000 001 41x
Summary Runs: Menoaky. Miller, Shor
ten. Tobin (2). Williams. Bronkie, Van
gilder. Errors: Borne. J. Collin. Ruel,
Gerber, Jacobean, Bronkie. Two-base hit:
Pratt. Tobin, MeManoa, Shorten. 14 an oaky.
Three-base hits: Shorten. Miller. Homo
run: Tobin. William. Stolen base: Ger
ber. Sacrifices: J. Collin. Reel, Burna.
Gerber, Vangllder. Doable play: McManu
to Jarobsen Bronkie to Jacobeon to Ger
ber; Bronkie to Jacobean; Barn t Ruel r
Burn. Left en baaea: Boston, T; St Louie,
t. Bases on balls: Off Quinn, 1. Struck out:
By Vangllder. 1; by Qulna , 1. Umpire:
Owens and Connolly. Tune: l:4tj
rr. ,'
Wigington Fans
Fourteen Islanders
Grand Island, Neb., July 31.
Hastings took the final game of the
series from Grand Island today, win
ning a hard-fought contest, 5 to 3.
Wigington fanned 14 men. Speaker's
shoestring catches featured. The
Amen, of 8 0 I Of Kranda. 3b 6 1 1 1 6 11 12 0 0
Crann. rf 4 1 1 5 111
Serb, lb 5 10 J Speaker, cf 1110
WlUets, e 4 1 14 ll Pierce. 2b 10 14
K'm'er, lb 4 11 OlP'tchard if 4 0 10
Orlffln. ss 4 10 II Brewer, lb 4 12 1
riser. 2b 4 0 1 II Roberts, e 4 0 8 1
W'gton, p 4 2 0 1E Shupe, p 4 0 0 0
IsFaulk 10 0 0
Total 171117 lj
I Total 3 S2716
Batted for Shupe In ninth.
Score by Innings:
Basting 000 110 2015
Grand Island 100 000 1013
Summary Runs: Amen, Moeller. Serb,
Wigington (2), Roben (2). Metx. Errors:
Pierce (1). Prltchard. Two-base hlta:
Willet. Griffin. Moeller. Met (2)
Speaker (2). Sacrifice hit: Amen. Bases
on balls: Off wigington, 5; ofr Shupe, z.
Stolen bases: Serb, Moeller (2), Pierre,
Brewer. Struck out: By Wigington, 14;
Shupe, 7. Hit by pitched tall: By Wig
ington (Roben). left on bases: Hastings,
8: Grand Island, II. Earned rnns: Has
tings, 2; Grand Island, 2. Passed ball:
Wilieta. Umpire: Meyers. Time; 1:50.
Norfolk Win.
Lincoln. Neb.. July 31. Hilton got away
with an "iron man" performance here to
day and Norfolk won the last game of the
aerlea, 7 to 3. Hilton took over the re
sponsibility In the eighth inning of the
first gam Sunday which went 11 Innings,
and pitched the second game, losing both.
The second game waa seven Innings. He
permitted but five hit today. The score:
Ath'ton, ss 4 1 1 4
Spran'er, ss 4 0 1 4
Carr, 3b 3 0 12
Mltch'll 2b 6 2 3 4
Marr. 3b 4 3 0 1
Clark, a 2 0 3 2
Dye. 2 b
4 0 4 2
4 13 0
3 ,1 3 0
3 0 0 0
4 1 12 2
4 18 0
2 0 0 4
110 0
Conkey, c
Gibson, rf
Rouac. if 4 2 10
Knapp, rf 10 2 1
Bool, If
Graves, rr 4 0 4 0
McCoy, lb
Sarvla. cf
Max'ell, p
Hega'y, lb 6 2 13 0
Hilton, p 6 2 0 0
Total 3 12 27 12
Totals 32 5,27 14
xBatted for Maxwell In ninth.
Norfolk 100 800 0307
Lincoln 010 002 0008
Summary Runs: Atherton (2). Mitchell
(2). Marr, Hilton 2), Conkey, Dye, Bool.
Errors: Knapp, Hilton, Conkey, Sarvis.
Two-base hits: Hegarty (2). Sacrifice hits:
Marr, Clark (2), Bool. Earned runs: Nor
folk, 6 Lincoln, 2. Left on bases: Norfolk,
11 Lincoln, 6. Stolen base: Spranger. Hit
by pitched ball: Spranger by Hilton,
Qravea by Maxwell. Struck out: By Hilton,
3 by Maxwell, z. Bases on-nails: uir Mil
ton, 3 off Maxwell, 7. Wild pitoh: Max
well. Umpire: Johnson. Time: 2:00.
Wiley Hurls Uood Ball.
Falrbury. Neb.. July 81. "Lefty" Wiley
won the second straight from his former
team mates, letting them down with six
scattered hits. Bliss connected for two
home runs and a double lor tnree times at
bat. Score:
Rooney, s 8 2 16
Ferry. 3b 4 2 16
McD'ott, rf 3 1 3 0
R'hle. If 4 2 10
W'bush. lb 3 0 12 1
Bliss, cf 3 3 3 0
G'wln. 2b 3 0 3 0
O'C'nor, o , 2 0 3 1
Wiley, p '4112
Total 29 11 27 17
D'erra, 2b 4 112
K'hner, lb 4 2 2 1
W'gins, rf 2 10 0
Bman. cf 4 0 0 0
Mooney, If 4 0 6 0
Quinn. ss 4 0 2 4
L' 4 2 2 1
Khman. e i "
Carle D 8 0 2 1
linger, rt 2 0 0 0
Total 35 6 24 l
Score by innings:
Beatrice 100 000 0001
Falrbury . 141 000 21x
Summary Runs: Klrchner. Kooney (3).
Relrhle.Wimbush Bliss (2), Goodwin,
O'CoAnor. Error: Rooney. Home runs:
Bliss (2). Two-base hits: Klrchner, La
Barge, Rooney (2), Reichle, Bliss, Ferry
2). Sacrifices: Mooney, Rooney, Ferry,
Bliss. Bases on balls: Off Carl, 4; off
Wiley, 2. Stolen baae: Ferry. Double
playa: Rooney to Goodwin to Wlmbush
Goodwin to Wlmbush, Quinn to Klrchner.
Struck out: By Carle, 2; by Wllley, 3.
Left on bases: Beatrice, 8; Falrbury, 7.
Wild pitch: Carle. Umpire: Wheeler.
Time: 1:80.
Browns Sign Pitchers
Chattanooea. Tenn- Ausr.' 1. An
nouncement was made tonight that
the St. Louis American league club
had purchased Pitcher Thomas Rich
from the Cleveland (Tenn.) club of
the . Appalachian league and also
sinned Pitcher Harvey T. Thompson,
a 20-year-old local semi-professional.
-Golf Evcis
O. Where slay In a medal qualifying
round la Interrupted by weather condi
tions ao that a part of the field can not
finish, can the committee in charge of the
tournament compel players ' who started
and finished without interruption to play
another round?
A. Tee. the committee la empowered to
lertasw the day play nail and void and
rder the roand played over by all com
Q. In match play- haa th committee
the right to allow a match to atop at. any
given point In the round and be finished
th next day? If so, must th players
play the full round over?
A. The committee caa make rack a
decision, if It feels the eoaditloaa war-
ran H. On renewing th nmteh, the play-
era teta ap wnera mey lest on preri
emely. Q. In a recent match I allced my ball
Into an automobile that waa moving along
a road that ran parallel to the fairway
something like 10 yard away. Th driver
atopped and tossed tha ball out. and I
played it from where It (topped. W that
A- The) rale requires that the ball ho
diovped aa Bear a possible to the spot
whew the ball entered the) xr, aad played
freest there.
Q. Where a ball goes Into a water
hazard, a ditch for Inat&nce, and there I
high free and weed for a distance of
It or 10 yard back of tha ditch, must a
player drop In this high gran, or can he,
where condition are more favorable, go
back beyond the high grass and drop?
A. The nhurer caa go back a far a
be likes, a king as he keep the Point
at which the ball ewtercd the haunt be.
twees) himself and the hole in dropping.
Q. What-abeuld te done where the
wheel as a newer being need to now the
fairways rolls over a ball ana Dunes tt in
the turf?
V Th bell sear be lifted without pen
Can They Dethrone the Champ ?
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Followers of Fistic Game in
Chicago Believe Hammer Has
Chance to Beat Ben Leonard
Chicago, Aug. 1. Benny Leonard,
lightweight champion of the world,
who recently successfully defended
his title in a ' gruelling battle with
Lew Tendler in Tex Rickard's big
bowl at Jersey City, will arrive in
Michigan City Ind., Tuesday, ac
cording to Floyd Fitzsimmons. who
is promoting next Saturday's Leon-ard-Ever
Hammer go.
According to information from
New York Leonard will rest a day
or two, then take up light work in
preparation for the Hammer set-to.
In the meantime, Hammer is step
ping along at a lively pace in his
quarters at the Polyana cottage,
Baseball Markets of Gotham and
the Hub Close a Busy Week
New York, July 31 The baseball
markets of Gotham and the Hub
have closed a busy week.
First, Harry Frazee, the well
known tradesman of the Red Sox,
engaged in a game of barter with
the owners of the Yankees, and be
sides the unusual number of players
exchanged it was reported that
Frazee got something "to boot."
In the deal the Yanks got a third
baseman one Joe Dugan, considered
by the others as one of the best in
the game. With him came Elmer
Smith, ' heralded as a hitter ' of no
mean ability and a fielder of some
accomplishment. '
To the Red Sox went Wilson Few
ster, a fast man, to be used as a third
sacker; Mitchell, a young substitute
shortstop, i. and .Outfielder Elmer
Miller. ...
Then " the National league trades
men of Boston and New York got
busy and
Hugh McQuillan, a young pitcher
with great promise, came, lo the
Giants, who gave to the Braves a
"substantial sum," said to be in six
figures; Fred Toney, a veteran with
Grand Circuit Results
2:07 trot, two In . three heats, purse
King Watt, b.' h., by General Watts '
(McDonald) t-I
Clyde the Great, b. h., by Peter Mont
gomery (Larmleln) 2 I
Miss' Ellen Todd,' b. m., by. Todd
Mae (Palln) 4 2
McGregor the Great, b. h., by Peter
the Great (Cox) , 8 t
Carmelite Hall,, br. m., by Walnut
Hall (Murphy) 4
Willstar, Checkers. Patrick Todd, Main
Lick, Baka and Eliza Dillon also started.
Time: 2:07H. 2:07 . -Time:
2:07?, 2:07. .
value $2,040:
Jessie Rlggs. b. m., by Argot
Hal (McMahoo) S .11 1
Eenry Direct, ch. g., by Walter
Direct (Palln) I
Hal Ree. br. m.. bv Hal B.
Childa) 4 1 II
Minnie Williams, blk. m., by
The Black Bass Thomaa)...I 6 re
Flo Patch, b. to., by Dan Patch
(Britenfleld) 4 4 re
Donzo. Easter Belle, The Sherwood aad
J. W. 8.- alio started.
Time: I:05tt. 2:0S, 2:08K. 2:10.
2:17 trot, two in three heats, purse
Gen. Byng, br. g., by Blnjolla
Trumpator. a. g.. by San Francisco
(Erskine) S 1 1
Bemore. b. ., by Dromore I (Mc
Donald I 2 10
Miss Wllloughby. br. vm., by Lee
Axworthy (White) . 2 4 1
Bay Flexo, b. g.. by Kentucky
Flexo (Wolverton) 4 8 (
Elela Dlneen. Little Rena. Sombro Dil
lon. Parckworthy. Baldr F-atherbone and
Lady alentine also started.
Time: lust. I:105t, 2:0114,
didng a bit of open air work along
the beach.
Gossip along the boxing Rial to is
all Hammer talk. Followers of the
game believe the Scandinavian lad
has a chance to win and not an out
side chance at that. They claim
that the edge is off the champion,
that he probably is a bit soft after
his' tough going with Tendler. They
point to the fact that a rest of four
or five days, then some fast work to
harden up a bit is not going to do
the title-holder any good. In the
meantime the champion has to do
some traveling to get to the battle
ground. On the other hand they argue that
Hammer is fresh and is confident
a great record; Larry Benton, a
young pitcher sent to the Memphis
club by the Giants, and Walter Hou
lihan, a left-handed pitching star
fromMiddlebury college in Ver
mont. '
McQuUlan and Toney were to re
port to their new clubs today.
Tilden and Richards Lose
New York, Aug. 1. R. Norris
Williams, 2d, and Watson M. Wash
burn easily defeated William T. Til
den, 2d, and Vincent Richards, 6-3,
6-3, 7-5, in the second match ot the
test today-to determine which team
will represent the United States in
its defense of the Davis cup. The
Tilden-Richards : combination won
yesterday taking three or four sets.
Munroe Signs Boxers.
San;: Francisco, July 31. Jack
Munroe, boxing promoter of Sydney,
has signed Eddie Ramies and Benny
Vierra, two well known' four-round
California fighters, for a series of five
fights each in Australian stadiums.
This is the first . definite result of
Munroe's visit here.
Q. If a runner la on any. baae and a foul
fly la caught can the runner take a base
after the foul 1 caught?
A. The runnrf may take a baa after a
fool fly la cangiit exactly aa he would take
one after a fair fly Is caught.
Q. Second and third base are occupied
and th batter hit a short fly which the
umpire call an infield fly. Was th de
cision right as to an Infield fly?
A. No. An infield fly can only be
granted when there Is s rnnner on first
and second, or on tint, eeond, and third.
Q. With th bases all occupied the batter
dodges the next pitched ball, which strikes
hia bat and a short fly results, which Is
caught by the pitcher. Th latter throws
to second bass and the aecond baseman
throV to first base. Tha rnnner on third
acorea before th third out la mad. Doe
th run count T
A, Tha run does not eoont if the runner
esa third make no effort to return to tho
baa and touch H after tha fly h caught.
Q. Runner going from first to aecond
puahes the second baseman to th ground
with both ban da aa he la about to receive
th ball, claiming that ho was In the way.
Field umpire call th rnnner out and then
changes his decision and send him bsck
to second after he had reached third. Waa
tha field umpire a decision right?
A. Judging by the description of the
play th first decision was right. The
ranked are oat for interference.
,.Q. Pitcher start the game and at the
end of the third inning retiree from the
gam with the score. S to 0. in his favor.
New pitcher finlahea the game with the
score the eime. Who wine the game?
A. The first pitcher la srtven credit for
the victory under th present system, J
Barnes Brothers
Fail to Stop
Pirate Club
Pittsburgh Slam Jm ami
Virgil for Total of 16
Hits in Seven Inning
and Win.
New York. July 31. ritlshurgh
made it three straight from New
York, again slugging their way to an
easy victory. 12 to S. Pittsburgh
punished both of the Darnel broih-
tr, making 16 hits off Jts and Vir
gil uarnes in seven innings. Jce
Barnes lost his effectiveness after the
econd inning, when a hot fine drive
from Hamilton's bat struck him in
the groin. Score:
ARII.O.A1 ARM. OA. (SI Snsnrrofl,i. toil
Caray.rf 4 14 OlOroh.lh I
Bleb-elf 4 I I lln.wlln.3b 1
0 1 1
0 0 0
Kusaell.rf I I I II rrlsrh.ib
I :
Tlerney.ib 114 I'Weu.el.lf
4 11
Trsynnr.rr 111 IIYouna.rT 3
( I 1 1 0 Kelly. lb 4
rioorh.e 111 4
3 111
4 1 11 1
4 110
Hamlltn.p 110 ljDnyOer.o ' I
1.1. narnea.n 1
IjShlnners 1
0 0 1
0 1 0
0 0 0
jonnnrd.D 0 0 0
lUaaton 10 0 0
Total JO "7:7 14
Ratted for V.' Barnea In seventh.
sHatted for Jonnard In ninth.
Frlach on third on Ooorh s Interference.
Honrs by Innlnss:
PUtehumh . 010 COS 000 ll
New York 100 100 110 I
Rummary Runa: Marnnvlll (1). Carey
(I). HI a bee. Tlerner Hi. Travnor 1.
Orlmm, Oooi-h, Hamilton, BrVnornft, Oroh,
Meuaei. Kelly, Cunnlnaham. Errors: Tray-
nor. Tonne, Cunningham. Two-base hits:
Maranville, Carey. Three-base hit: Cun
nlnvhm. Horn run Meusel. Stolen
bases: Russell, Maranville. Double playa:
Maranville ami Orlmm. Sacrifices: Frlsch,
Snyder. Left en baaea: New York. 4;
Pittsburgh, 7. Rases on balls: Off J.
Rarnea, 1: ofr V. Barnes. 1: off Hamil
ton, 1. Struck out: By V. Barnes, 1: by
.Tonnard. 1: by Hamilton, 1. Hits: Off J,
Bsrnes. In 1 1-3: off V. Bsrnes. In
S 1-1; off Jonnard, 1 In 1. Passed ball:
Snyder. Losing pitcher: J. Barnes. Um
pire: Hart and u Day. Time: i:os.
Red Defeat Brave.
Boston. July 11. Luaue's hitting ac
counted for three runs, aiding: Cincinnati
In defeatlnfr Boston, 0 to 1. It was the
third straight win for the Red In this
aeries. Caveney and Ford fielded sen
sationally. Score:
Burns. If
1 0
0 Powell cf
0 2 1
D'bert. lb
Duncan, If
Harper, rf
F'seca, 2b
Plnelll. 3b
O'a'nb'ry. If 4
12 0
1 4
Nlion. rf 4
B'rkel, 3b
Holke, lb
Ford, ss
Kopf. 2b
Oowdy, c
Miller, p
1 1 1
1 10 0
2 10
0 3 5
C'eney, ss
Wlnito, o
0 0
1 0
12 1
0 0 6
Luque, p
0 0 0
Totala 13 11 17 11
Totals 34 10 27 10
Batted for Miller In ninth.
Scora by Innings:
Cincinnati 001 1(11 0110
Boston ooo aoi ooo i
Summary Runs: Burns, Fonseca (2),
Pinelli, Caveney, Luque Christenbury,
Nixon, Boeckel. Errors: Harper, Ford,
Kopf. Two-base hits: Luque. Caveney,
Fonseca, Oowdy, Ford. Sacrifices: Pln
Hiii i9. ravenev. Holke. Daubert Fon
seca. Double plays: Fonseca to Daubert
to Plnelll to Daubert, Ford to Boeckel.
Left on bases: Cincinnati, 8: Boston 6;
Base on balls: Off Luque, l; orr miner,
s struck out: Bv Miller. 1. Wild pitch:
Miller. Umpires: Sentenelle and Klem.
Time: 1:40.
Con Slaughter Phillies.
Dhii..inhiK .Tuiv 11. Chicacn hit
Hubbell and George Smith at will and
defeated Philadelphia. 13 to 6. The Cubs
made 17 hits off the two twlrlers, in
cluding; a home run by Miller and three
doubles. Steuland allowed but two hlta
until the ninth, Mokan's dotfble and Wil
liams' 17th home run. Lee and Henllne
also had home runs. Score:
Rapp,3b-ss 4 0 2 7
H'cotc, rf 6 11
H' 4
2 2
J.Smith, 2b 4 0
W'liams, cf 3 1
Walker.rf 1 0
M'kan.lf-3b 4 1
Terry, 2b
Miller. If
2 1
3 1
1 12
4 5
Barber, lb
F'berg d
Krug. 3b
WirtH. o
L'b'eau, If 3
Fl'her. sa
3 0!
Lee, lb
H'line, c
H'bell p
O.Smith, p
1 7
0 0
0 0
0 0
O'F'rell, o
2 0
0 2
St'land, p
Totals 40 17 27 14
Totals 32 6 27 17
iBatted for Smith In ninth.
Score bv innings:
Chicago 630 n,)0 004 13
Philadelphia 000 001 004 6
Summary Runs: Heathcote. Hoiiocner
.... m ti vlll.. s narhr f2l.
Frlberg, Krug, 'Williams. Walker, Mokan,
Lee, Henllne. Error: Terry. Two-base
n. n;na. Mv. n YTnHocher.
Home runs: Williams. Miller, Lee, Hen
llne. Stolen base: Friberg. Double plays:
Rapp to Lee,, Terry to Hollocher to Bar
ber. Left on basea: Chicago, 4; Philadel
phia, Bases on balls: Off Hubbell, 1,
off Smith. 3; off Steuland, 4. Struck out:
By O. Smith, S; by Steuland. 4. Hits: Off
Hubbell 4 in 1-3 Inning; off O. Smith, 13
In 8 1-1 Innings. Hit by pitched ball: By
Steuland (Henllne). Wild P'h: O.
Smith. Losing pitcher: Hubbell. Umpires.
Rigler and McCormick. Time: 1:48.
Tarda Defeat Dodger.
Brooklyn, July 31. Sherdel scored his
13th victory of the season when M.
Louis beat Brooklyn, to 1 making the
scrie two to one In favor of the Cardi
nals. Shults drove a home run Into the
left field bleachers in tne mm. ouui.
AB.H.O.A',1 . AB.H.O.A
tti a r ill otOlson. 2b 6114
HtnrK.' 3h 4
.... nf a Q ft
Mann, cf 2 1 1 0
M'llr. cf 0 0
B.G'fith.rf 6 2 3 0
Wheat.lf 6 2 0 1
Sc'dt, lb 4
Hlffh. 3h 1 1
311 0
Hornsby,2b 1 1
Schultsjf 4 2 7 0
J'nston, lb 2 0 1
Gainer, lb 4 l
Ward, ss
A smlth, o 4 0 1
Lavan, ss 10 3
Sh'del, p 3 0 0
... 1 A
D' berry, c
R'ther, p
Manx, p
Shrlver, p
0 0 0
0 0 0
xDyer 0 0 0 0 01 S. Smith, p
Total 33 1 27 7z.TanvTln
1 1
0 .0
1 0
0 0
10 0 0
10 0 0
Total 37 11 27 10
xBatteM for J. Smith In seventh.
xRan for McHenry In seventh.
xBatted for Reuther in third.
(Batted for Mamaux in fifth.
xBatted for Shriver in sixth
xBatted for S. Smith In ninth.
!t Louis 10' "1 10" 8
irooUy? ...00 001 001-
Summary Runs: Flack. Stock, Mann
f!) Hornsby, Schultx. Olson, Wheat. Er
ror: Wheat. Two-bas hlta: Wheat. Man,
Hornaby. Home run: Schutx. Sacrifices:
Stock. Ward. "Double play: Olson to
Schmandt Left on baaea: 8t. Loul. 6:
Brooklyn, 11. Base on bslls: Off Reu
ther, 2; off Mamux, 1; off Sherdel 1.
Struck out: By Mamaux. 2; by Shrike.':
by S. Smith. 2: by Sherdel. 4. Hits: Off
Reuther, 6 In 1 Innings: off Mamaux. 1
In 1 Initings; off Shriver. none In 1 In
ning: off Smith. I In 1 Innings: Hit hy
pitched ball: By Reuther (Tvan). TLon
Ing pitcher: Reuther. Umpires: Moran
and Qulgley. Time: 1:18. ,
Today in Ring History
Twenty Tears Ago.
Jlmmv Walsh lost to Al Delmont, Provi
dence, B. I-. 10- rounds.
Nineteen Tear Ago.
Oeorg Herbert knocked out Jo Pickett,
Tuotumms, Cl.. two rounds.
Sixteen Tear Ago.
Jack CKeefe won from Dick Fltipat
rick. Grand Rapids. Mich., 16 rounds.
Fifteen Tear Ago.
John X (Unk) Rnsaelt against Jack
Reardon. no decision, three rounds, end
Billy Kolb, no decision, three rounds,
fix Tear Ac.
Ever "Hammer loat to Johnny O'Leary.
Boston. 11 rounds,
Five Tears Ago.
T-1 r-, ..V. HM VIA VtrMMfr-
r, Oakland, CaL. tour rounds.
Handing a,
at. Joseph Kl .4341 Wichita It II. .170
Tulsa s4 44 ,M.;kl. t'liy 4s4l,s
M om City (1 41 ,ltilea Maine 5 .1st
Halfelue M M ! 1'rtinr .lit
Veateriiar'a Keeult.
Tul.a. It; Wl.hita. I.
No obr game scheduled.
Today's (iamra,
Omaha at Oklahoma City,
I "a Moln. at Tula
Minus City at St. Joseph.
lxnvr at Wichita.
W.l, I'ct i W.l.Tet.
N.irfolW It I .tlC falrbury II II, too
lleairii 11 10 .:!. lalaml 10 II .4i
Lincoln 11 11 Hastings I 14 .344
leaterday' Keaulls.
Heatings, I; Urand Island, I.
Norfolk. 7; Lincoln, I.
Kalrbury, I; Beatrice. 1.
Today' (lame,
(irand Island at Falrbury,
Lincoln at Norfolk,
liaatlng at Beat r lc.
W. L. Prt.l W. L. Pet.
New Tork H 1 .1041 Pittaburgh 44 47 ,MI
Ht. Loul bt 41 ,H0; Brooklyn 47 44.410
Chicago 61 4t.t41r'hila. 16 17.10
Cincinnati II 47 .610 Boston 12 41.340
Yesterday' Result.
Chlrsgo. II; Philadelphia. I.
Pittsburgh, 12: New York, I.
St. I.OUK. I; Brooklyn, 1.
Cincinnati, : Boston, I.
Today's Games,
Cincinnati at Boston.
Pittsburgh at New York.
. Chicago at Philadelphia.
KC Loul at Brooklyn.
61 60 .610
46 61 .444
II 6 .411
II 61 .111
St. Loul 17 41.. 62
New York 67 44 ,4
Chicago 61 48 ,636
tl 47 .6101 Boston
Yesterday's Beeulte.
Cleveland. 14; Washington, I.
Detroit, 11; Philadelphia, 1.
Ht. Louta, I; Boston, 1.
Chicago, 1; New York, t.
Today's Games, y -Washington
at Cleveland.
Philadelphia at Detroit.
New York at Chicago.
Boston at St. Louis.
W. L. Pet.
W. L. Pet.
63 64 .496
60 64 .481
40 6 .177
86 67 .360
St. Paul 42 38 .424 Kan. City
Ind'nap'lis 61 43 .67SLoulvllle
Milw'kee 03 40 .6771 Columbus
M'nesp'lia 63 48 ,626Toledo
Yesterday' Result.
St. Paul, 7: Indianapolis, 1.
Toledo, 6; Kansas City, t.
Milwaukee, 8; Coiumbus, T.
Louisville, 0; Minneapolis, 6.
Today's Gamea.
Toledo at Kansas City.
Columbua at Milwaukee.
Indianapolis at St. Paul.
Louisville at Minneapolis.
Southern Association.
Mobile. 6; Memphis, 2 (called end fifth
to catch train).
Little Rock, 10; Atlanta, l.
Birmingham, 3; Chattanooga, 10.
No othera scheduled.
Preacher Conducts His
Sunday School Class
on Baseball Plan
Tulsa, Okl., July 31. Sunday
baseball, conducted by a preacher
who acts both as pitcher and um
pire, hurling; questions based on
the Bible instead of curves and in
shoots, is being played regularly
by Y. M. C. A. boys in camp near
this city.
The Rev. W. 'F. Garvin, director
of religious instruction at the Y. M.
C. A., originated the idea of biblical
baseball The last Sunday at the
Rogers Kemp Y. M. C. A. camp
on Eli river, falsa boys chose sides
with nine on each team. As a lad
went to bat the preacher fired a
Bible question at him. If he struck
out he was retired. If he answered
the question correctly, he went to
first base and members of his team
on other bases moved ahead. All
baseball rules which could be ap
plied were in force.
yhtteen (15) . Y Jf
Better l Lf Vfl
' cigarettes fc&Tft M
iSS'Sg2. ' S -better Virginia
' -better Barley
Every cigarette fun . '
weight and full size v Spli
CorvRicirr 1922, LiociTT Mters Tobacco
Five Home Runs
Feature Tulsa's
11-In Victory
Wichita, Kn., July 31. Tulsa
took the last of the irriri here today
in a heavy hilling game featured by
five home rum. The viiiton took
four of the five-game serici.
AH M n A
All II 0
,A.( If
4 4 1
HinHh.rf 41
I nib. cf 4
1 4
1 I
..1141,1 b
4 4
1 0
4 I
I 10 0
0 0 I
ilaughln.p 1
0 0 0
0 1
0 0 0
Tolala 413127 14
Total 41111111
matted for Musatr In sixth.
Uattd for Besb In ninth.
Hcnr bv innlnaa:
Tulsa 001 410 11111
Wichita 010 114 00110
Summary Runs: Bennett. Thomnaoa.
Davis. Lamb (. T-I1 volt. Bsuman. Stuart.
Crosby ), Smith. Blakesley (I), fcast
til, nutier ), onrrin (1), McDowell.
Krrnrs: Stuart, Blakesley, nutlsr, Mc
lNxlell. Sacriflcs hits: Haughland, Rau-
man. Lellvelt. Two-base hlta: Bennett,
I jilt ib. liauman. Illakeoley. Washburn,
Butler (1), Orlffi (2). Home, runa: Ben
nett, Stuart, Davis, Griffin. Blakealey.
Hlta and runs: Off Muaeer. 10 and I In
I Innings; off McDonnell. 4 and 1 In 1-J
inning; orr Baene, 1 and I In I l-I in
.I,... M.e B....II . -. ., , , i .
orr Haurniand. 7 and I In 4 Innings,
Double playa; Washburn to Butler to Me.
Dowell: Eaat to McDowell: Crosby to
Stuart. Struck out: By Musser, I; by Rut-
em, z; oy nsugniana, z. Mass on balls:
Off Musser, 1; off Russell, I; off Haugh
land, 1. Earned runs: Wlrhlt. I; Tulsa, T.
v. i,ec on oases: wicuira. ; TUisa, 7.
Umpires: Anderson and Lewi. Time; 2:10.
Fred Vette Low
in City Golf Play
Sunday's play in the . first 36
holes of the 72-hole annual city golf
tournament staged over the Omaha
Field club course, failed to unearth
any new or promising golf cham
pions. ,
I he scores, as a whole, turned m
by the 160 contestants, were high,
several of Omaha's well-known golf
ers shooting the 36 holes over the
180 mark.
Of the 160 contestants. Fred Vette
of the Field club turned in the best
card. ' The Central High crack golfer
covered the first 18 in 79 and the
second in 82, giving him a total of
161. one stroke below John Redick
of the Country club, who shot the
first 18 in 82 and the second in two
strokes less.
Tack Hunhes of the Field, club
turned in a card of 164, having scores
of 81 and 83. Blaine Young, Field
club and former state champion, had
a 170 card, shooting the first 18 in
84 and the second in 86.
These four golfers will battle for
the city championship over -the
Happy Hollow course next Sunday.
Four flights of 32 golfers each will
drive off No. 1 tee at "Boh" Christie's
course next Sunday morninp-.
The largest entry list in the his
tory of the city tourney was entered
in the first half of the 1922 tourna
ment. Sam Reynolds, champ, is out
of town, and will not defend his title.
Baseball Records
Made This Date
August 1, 1902. Most baaes on balls, by
individual. In a game, I N- Elberfeld,
Detroit (A.L.). equalling American league
record of C. Hemphill, S. Strang, T. E.
Speaker, R. Peckinpaugh. The record is
6, held by W. Wilmot, Chicago (N, L.)
August 1, 1906 No hit game, 10 or more
Innings H. Mclntlre, Brooklyn (N. L.)
Record also held by G, Wiltse, F. Toney,
E. Klmber.
August 1, 1913 Longest game, without
scoring 20 innings, Pittsburgh agalnat
Boston (N. L.) (Pittsburgh won in the
21st inning, 1 to 0.)
Browns Back in
Lead and Cards
Cain on Giants
New York, July Jl. The pennant
chasing St. Louii Browni. without
the services of George Sister and
Hank Severeid, hut with able hurling
bv Wright and Kenneth Willumi' .
25th home run, have moved into firit
place again.
Their fellow citizens, the Card!
rain, noted a game from Kobinion'i
Dodgers and gained a length on the
Giants, who dropped their second
itraight contest to the Pittsburgheri.
The upward movement of the
Browns was due to the defeat of the
Yankees by the White Sox. 6 to S,
as well at their own 4 to 1 victory
over the Red Sox. Waite Hoyt, the
Yankees' 1921 itar, was ineffective in
six innings against the Chicagoani,
who found his delivery for 12 hits.
Ty Cobb had another good day at
bat and so did his men, defeating the
Athletics, 7 to 2. Cleveland, with
Utile in hurling form and his team
mates in a batting mood, won from
Washington, 11 to 3.
Pittsburgh home runs again proved
the, undoing of McGraw's Giants,
Max Carey, who made two homers
Saturday, duplicated his feat, and
Russell, another Saturday home run
ner, added to his string. Besides,
Morrison was in better pitching form
than Douglas.
. In Brooklyn the Cardinals took
advantage of a couple of infield bob
bles to win 3 to 2. The victory cost
Brooklyn its hold on fifth place, as
the Pirates moved there.
Joe Dawson Wins
Gun Club Mug
Three interesting trapshooting
matches were on the program at the
Omaha Gun club grounds Sunday
afternoon when the final shoots for
the vasious trophies were shot.
Joe Dawson captured the Clan
"A" trophy after engaging L. J. Ruf
in a shoot-off of 100 targets, bach
shooter held a leg on the trophy, and
had to compete in a 100-target shoot-
off, Dawson cracking 99 out of the
100 and Ruf smashing 98.
The results follow:
Trophy shoot (contestant shot at 60
targets): H. 8. McDonald, 41; Klngsley,
48: Dawson. 47: Thorpe. 4T: Bagan. 47:
Moore. 49; L. J. Ruf, 41; Riley, 41; Hun
ter, 47; 'Reaioner, 41; Swearlngen, 41;
Kenna, It; John McDonald, 41; Swanson,
31; Adam, 41; Jeep, 41; Johanaon, 47;
Simpson, 41; Otta, 44; W. McCaffrey, 41;
Meyer. 41; Vlerling. 44; Ring. 1; lr.
Ballord, 11; A. Keelln, 40.
Double (contestants shot at 14 tsrsets
or 11 pair): Vlerling, II; A. Keellne, II;
Kingaley, iz; Dawson, zi; Thorpe, is;
Moor. 12; Riley, 17; Swearlngen, 14; Ken
nan, 14; Johanaon, II; Otto, 18; W. Mc-
uanrey, is.
Dempsey Preparing Camp
. Michigan City. Ind., Aug. 1.
Johnny Dempsey, -brother of Jack
Dempsey, arrived here today from
New York to make preparation for
the heavyweight champion's training
camp where Jack will get in condi
tion to box "Bfll" Brennan on Labor
Dempsey and his manager. Tack
Kearns, will wind up their theatrical
tour this week and are expected to
be in Chicago August 7 to post for
feits. Brennan is expected here next
Saturday when he will be introduced
in the ring when Benny Leonard
meets Ever Hammer in a 10-rounrl
bout here on that date.
Kinsey Brothers Win
New York, July 30. Robert and
Howard Kinsey of San Francisco
successfully defended their metro
politan lawn tennis doubles title to
day against S. Howard Voshell and
Samuel Hardy m a slow five-set
match, 3-6, 3-6, 6-4, 6-4, 6-0.