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The Omaha Sunday Bee
VOL 82-NO. 8.
OMAHA, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 6, 192J
Nebraska's First Football Team Battled Against Omaha "" Eleven in 1890
" mmammmm 0mmmmmm mmmmtmmm
Carl Black Again Turns in Victory Over Buffaloes Trims Omaha 6-1
Up 5,081 Points
in 32 Years
AH- Virtoriout Yrars Num.
hetr J in Cornhuikm Cate
gory are 1890. 1903-M3-14
mant for etuhby Mack, who I aalrt to
!" r...t I'rea.u.nt Comlakey 140,000,
WASHINGTON. I CHICAOO.
AH HO A Ijoha'n, 4
Kir, rr t 1 4 o Xulll n. Ib
4 11 Collin, ib
14 Hooper, rf
0 1 ,Moati, ef
1 1 a talk. It
1 1 4 riheely, lb
1 I 4 Hehalk. e
7 iVran, e
0 0 l Kbr. B
14 1 27 11ltodg. p
I'u inlrh. e
reo Americans from lh Amerlran ao
Lincoln. Auk. 5. (Special l"."' J".,"!""1 J ,h "
V-i'c-'"M of th Pacific t'vaai league as paM isy-
n gunce backwards at the scores
oi Nebra.ka football teams since
1H90 when Ihe firt squad of Corn
buskers look Ihe field shows that
the Nehrakans have piled ut S.tiri-t
point, to their opponent 1,45.
The first game of which there i
in available record h played in
1H90 with the Omaha Y. .M. C. A.,
the liornhufkcrs winning 10 to 0.
The only ether game of record
played that year wa with Doane
tollege, the Huskers winning 18
to 0. thereby starting off with an
There have leen -many notable
yean in the grid sport for Nebraska.
In 1902 not an opponent scored
against the Husker machine. They
started off by playing the Lincolu
High school anc, ended by blanking
iNortnwestern, i to u. utner
team on that year'a schedule in
rluded Minnesota, Missouri and
Kansas universities. Knox
trimmed, 7 to 0.
Heaaior Tak four ritralshl.
' Chicago. Ayr t Washington mad It
Mur straight from Chicago, winning iha
final Kama of iha series, t lo I. Har
r'rancte held iha loeats lo tore scatt.r.4
hit imiil iba ninth. whan ha aaaa4 up
an t Chicago eerd iwo runa on two am
'. duubl an4 a aarnfic fir. Keb.r
Mir had a arual imi until Iha aavtnih,
hn ha t.law uu
a-.rttia IMiupp. iha lorm.r National f,rmrr r"lia Pit,.,,,.,. Turn
league auuthpaw, who tan,, to tha Chi-1 1 orI,,cr viUIJ IIUIKT lUTllS
Six 'Bis 10' Ball
Loses to Minnesota.
Thei 'there was 1900 when Ne
braska', goat line had not been
touched by alien foot until the last
game when Minnesota took a 20 to
The all-victorious years numbered
in the Nebraska category are 1890.
1903. 1913. 1914 an 1915. In 1914
Nebraska and Soutji Dakota played
to a scoreless tie.
The biggest score ever gathered in
by the Huskers in one game was
against the Haskell Indians in 1910,
when they piled up US points. The
redskins did not score.
Ever since the clays when Iowa.
Kansas and Missouri universities
were in what was known as a Jcague,
from '92 to '96, Kansas has always
been ready to sacrifice more to de
feat the Cornhuskers than to twist
the Missouri Tiger's tail. All this
in Spite of the ancient tradition which
has made Missouri and Kansas logi
Won Only Eight Games.
Kansas and Nebraska have played
every year excepting 1904 and 1905
and in that time the Jayhawkers have
been able to win eight games out of
27 olaved. The Kansans succeeded
in deadlocking the count in 1920 for
the only tie game ever played be
tween the two schools.
During its football career c
braska has played teams from all
sections Of the country. North
western, Cincinnati, Chicago univer
sity, Syracuse, Washington univer
sity, Pittsburgh university, Rutgers
and Penn State are some of the
names which appear in the columns
opposite the figures tabulated by
Herb Gish, a track star and assist
ant in the athletic director's office.
Plenty Letters Awarded.
Gish figures there have been over
600 letters won in the different sports
at the state university. This in
cludes "N's" awarded "post
humously" " men of the teams in
the early 'J's who furnished their
own equipment and got nothing in
return but glory and abuse.
The only state school that ever
won from the Huskers was Doane.
It happened in 1891 in the second
game of three which the Doane
State teams played that year. The
Congregationalists took the best end
of a 14 to 12 count.
The only two games ever played
between Creighton and Nebraska re
sulted in wins for the Huskers. In
1904 the Nebraskans won, 39 to 0,
and in 1905 they crushed the Oma
hans, 102 to3L. '
Hits Homer 28
New York, Aug. 5. Rogers Horn
by's home run in the sixth inning of
the Philadelphia-St Louis National
league game today gave him a total
tof 28 for the season and ties the record
ef Kenneth Williams of the St. Louis
Americans, who also has 28.
Wray Brown Wins
Sioux City, Aug. 5. Wray
Brown of St. Louis won the singles
championship in the Interstate
Tennis tournament here this after
noon from John Barton of Sioux
Falls in streight sets, 6-2, 6-3, 6-0.
Big Saratoga Race
Saratoga Springs, N. Y., Aug. 5.
Afartingale, carrying 130 pounds, won
the United States Hotel stake of six
furlongs valued at $10,075 to the win
ner today. Thick Vale was second by
two lengths, Cartoonist was third.
I Totala it 4:7 11
a i tan for Psvanport in eighth
aVor by Innings:
Washington 00 0" (004
Chlrafo Ouo gov 0011
summary Runa: Rica. Harrla (1). Park,
ririnlrh. Franc la. Mulllian. I'olllna. Kr-
rora- Falk. Yaryan. Two-baaa hHa; Hh-
ly. tiooprr. Thraa-baaa hit: Harrla. Bacrl
fiia hlta: riclnlrh. Franna. Kalk. Left on
haa: WaahlnictoR. 4; Chicago, S. Baaca
on ball: off Fa her, I;off pavanport, 1
oft franrla, 1. Struck out: Oy Kabcr, 1
by Francla, 7; by Davenport. 1. Hlta: Off
labor. I In 7 Innlnta; off Iavtnport, I) In
1 mnlnc of Hodca, a In 1 Innlnf. Wild
pitch: Kabar. Loalnf pitcher: Fabcr. Urn
pin-a: Connolly and Nallln. Time; 1:34.
Boaton Ileal a Tlicra.
Detroit, Auf. I. Iloaton dafeated De
troit. to 4. brraklnt Iha local, win
nine; atreak, which had reached eight
game. Tha Red Sox knocked Oldham out
of tha box for the aacond time during the
arrive. Tha Tigera drove Collina to cover
in the aeventh.
AU.H. O.A.I ABHOA
Jfolllne.rf i S
Mitchell a 4 I
Hurne, lb a
Hratt. !b t
Harrla, If 4
Miller, rf 4
Waltere, o 4
Karr, p 0
Today in Ring History
Twenty-Two Team Ago.
wnile -Fltigerald lost to Harry Tjjdtl,
Brooklyn, 10 rounda.
Sixteen, Years Ago.
Tommy Murphy gaiiist SpOta RobsoJb
o decision. Philadelphia rounda.
Thlrtean Team Ago.
Tommy Mowatt afajcat PeBPM Itot
Iitwi, draw, Kanaaa City, It rounds.
Ktaaa Yean Ago.
Oeorges Carpentler knocked oat AjMey
Williams, Vichy. Franca. rounds.
Serrea Tears Ac.
1 O'niue.lb 4 14 0
3 7C'tahaw.:b 4 I i 1
I Cohb. cf 2 0 1 0
5 7 Veac h. If 4 111
z O'H'mann. rf 4 0 i 0
2 0 Jonea.Sa J 0 0 t
0 0)Klgney. aa 10 0 2
0 OiWooilatl, o 10S4
1 01 Oldham, p 0 o 0 0
0 0'Khmke. c 10 0 0
Johnson, d 0 0 0 0
23 15 27 17 1 Moore, p 0 0 0 0
Haaaler, e ,3 I J o
iriark 110 0
iHaney 110 0
Totala 19 10 27 12
xftatted for Johnson In aevnth.
xliatted for Moora In ninth.
Score by Innings:
Doaton vOf InO 002
Detroit 100 001 zoo4
Summary Runa: J. Collins, Mitmen.
Burns. Pratt (2). Harrla (2). Miller, niue,
Cutahaw. Jones, Clark. Error: Miller.
Two-baas hlta: Harrla (2), Burns (2).
Waltere. Three-base hit: Cutshaw.
Home run: Miller. Stolen nasea: Kig
ner, Fewster (2). Sacrifice hits: Cobb
(;. Karr. Double plays: Mitchell to
Pratt to Burna 12): Pratt to Mitchell to
Burns. Left on bases: Boston. 9; De
troit, t. Base on balls: Off Collins, 6;
off Karr. 1; off Ehmke. 1; off Moore, 1.
Struck out: By Collina. 1; by Karr, 1;
by Ehmke, J. Hlta: Off Oldham, S in
t 1-3: off KhmKe, an i z-j; otr jonn-
on, I In 1 off Moore, I in on wiito
in 2-2; off Karr, 1 In 2 1-3. Hit by
Pitched ball: By Oldham (Mitchell).
Wild pitch: Moore. Winning pitcher:
Collins. Losing pitcher: Oldham. Um
pires: Owen and Hlldebrand. Time:
Browns Beat Athletic.
St. Louis. Aug. 6. The first triple play
of the season in St. Louis waa executed by
Philadelphia In the gamo which the
Browns won. 4 to 1. by hitting in the
pinches. Gerber and Tobln had walked In
the first Inning and Sister lined out to
Callowav. both runnera being rorcea
Rettlg, who won hla first major league
came from the Brown at Philadelphia re
cently, pitched to oniy two nattere. which
ho walked. The victory gave the locale
tha series, three games to one. Collins
hit his third homo run in ' three days
George Sister, who was 'out of the game
for a week with a spiked knee, returned
to the lineup.
PHILADELPHIA. I ST. LOUIS.
M'fV. rf-cf 4 14 01 Gerber, sa S 0 1 1
Dvkese. 3b 4 0 1 2Tobln, rf 3 0 1
0 o sister, id 4
1 2 OlWillla', cf 4
1 0 0 Jaeob'n, If 3
1 11 Oi.M'Ma Ua, 2b 3
3 2 3! Collins, c S
0 3 lj Austin, 3b 3
Out Four Winning Teams
at Michigan and Two
Back in the days when the Chicago
Cubs were winning penants, and
was one df the
mam cogs in the
Itubin 11 In Two.
Ilrooklyn Aug. I li.Hh lirouklyn pitch
era at r rati in the double. hr.ilor tha
I'o.tie.ra took from tha Cincinnati Iteut
Dasay Van r-ftatered hla 13th lctar
of th season whan ha scored a l-to-o
shuiut In Iha firat gam, while Caddie
i 'adore furniahed a dramatlo flnlah to
a lo-inning battle In th aecond whan he
drove th firat ball pitched by Donohue
In Ihs luth Into the left field blearhera.
winning, 1 to 3. Th lodgra batted
I.uyue and (llllespl hard In th curtain.
raiaer and treated Dunohu tha aams In
tha nlKhtcap, but fast flaldlng, featured
by dnubl plss. kept th runa down. The
Dodgers al,o gave (heir pitchers jnd
CINCINNATI. I BnOOKLTV.
ABHOA AU.H. OA.
Harper, rf 4 1
Fon'ca. Ib 4 0
II (crave, c 3 1
Plnclll, 3b 4 1
Cave'y, as 4 1
Don'ue, p 3 1
Kckert. p 0
Hei'ach, p 3
1 1 4 Kolp,
0 0 0
0 0 0
0 0 1
0 0 0
Totals !S 27 10
Totals 35 8 24 11
xBatted for Eckert In third
Score by innings:
Philadelphia 001 000 000 1
St. Loul 020 001 lOx 4
Summary Runs: McOowan, Slaler, Mc
Manua, Williams. Collins. Error: Gerber.
Two-bass hits: Austin. McOowan. Welch,
Galloway, Williams, Three-base hits: Mc
Manua. Slsler. Home run: Collins. Triple
play: Galloway, Young and -Hauser. Left
on bases: Philadelphia. 9; St. Louis, 3.
Bases on balls: Off Kolp. 2; off Rettlg,
8. Bases on balls: Off Kp, 2; off Haim
sch, 3. Struck out: By Kolp, 6; by Heim
aoh, t. Hits: Off Rettlg. 0 in no Inning
(two on, none out in first); off Eckert,
3 In S Innings: off Helmach, S in in
nings. Losing pitcher: Eckert. tlmptres:
Monarity and Cineen. Time: 1:36.
Yanks Defeat Indian.
Cleveland. Aug. t. New York mace It
four straight by winning from the In
dians, 7 to 1. The Yankees scored three
runa In tha first Inning and three more
in tha aecond. Shawkey held the locale
scoreless after tha first Inning, holding
them to fi hits.
3 1 2
2 3 0
Witt, ef 4 110
Ja'leson, If 3 0 0 0
Wamby, aa 4 0 4 6
Spea'eer, cf 4 1 1 1
2 1 2 Wood, rf 4 2 10
0 10 J.Se'cll, sa S 0 4 1
110 Oardn'r, 3b 3 1 2 2
0 1 4iM'Innls. lb 4 0 3 0
2 4 61 O'Neill, c 2 10
0 0 SiL.Sewell. e 10 2 1
Bagby, p 0 0 0 0
Totals 36 12 27 H Morton, p 2 0 0 0
Keefe. p 0 0 0 0
- IzStephen'n 10 0 0
I Total -31 t 37 11
sBatted for Morton In aeventh.
Score by innings:
New York 330 100 0007
Cleveland 100 000 0001
Summary Runs: Witt, Dugan, Ruth,
Fipp, Ward, Scott. Shawkey. Speaker. Er
rors: Schang, Shawkey, Speaker. Two
base hit: Speaker. Three-base hits: Ruth,
Meusel. Home run: Pipp. Sacrifice hits:
Dugan, Jamieson. Double plays: Speaker
to Wamby; L. 8ewel! to Wamby: J. Sew
e'.l. Wamby and Mclnnla: Scott, Ward
and Pipp. Lf oa baaes: New York. ;
Cleveland. 7. on balls: Off Bagby,
3: off Keefa, 3; off Shawkey. . Hits:
Off Bagby, 6 in 1 inning (none out In
second);; of Morton. 7 In f innings; off
Keefa, in 2 innings. Struck out: By Bag
by, f, by Morton, 2; by Keefe. 2; by
Shawkey, t. Losing pitcher: Bagby. Um
pire: Guthrie and Evans. Time: 2:05.
Kenwprthy Signs Contract
With Portland Ball Team
Portland, Ore., Aug. 5. Business
Manager Fred B. Rivers of the Port
land baseball club announced today
that V. J. Kentworthy, former man
ager oi the club, had signed a con
tract with the Portland club
Kenworthy. bv the terms of Tudne
A Wo!fsst against Joe Welling. torT.ajiri;' r1sriinn nf fav 24. will tint
leclsien. Duluth. 1 rounda u..A . ;,. ,, p;.
Ton Years Ago. "c ..uv j . -w...
Ram Lansford acminet Jack Thomneam. ciuo uuiu iut aS.au .
M ttdaSoa, PhiUdaiphla, rounds, 1 19Z
1 great machine,
The pitching of
pled with that oi
Jeff Overall, Jack
Pfcister, and a
tew otners. was
the one big rea
wn why Chance's
team found, the
joing so easy in
CABLLUNDOREJI eaf,ue !rom W3
Illinois Ball Coach jjjq
Lundgren first gained fame as a
college pitcher at the University of
Illinois. He gained much of his early
training unaer jfrank Hutt. who is
still director of athletics of that insti
Lundgren went direct from collee
to the Cubs, and stands out as one of
the few col'ege players to make good
in the major ranks without any previ
ous professional experience.
Returns to College Game.
When Lur.deren's davs as a hio-
leaguer were over, it was only fittinz
that he should drop back into the cnl-
ege game. He was selected to coach
the baseball candidates at the Univer
sity of Michigan.
Lundgren s success at the Univer
sity of Michigan is now a matter t.f
history. He won four successive
'Big Ten" championships, in 1917.
1918. 1919 and 1920.
Illinois, always strone in baseball.
did not relish the supremacy of Mich
igan, ihe tact that a former Illinois
star was doing the coaching at Michi
gan dtdn t tend to make the situation
Lundgrcn's contract having expired
at Michigan in 1920. Illinois decided
:c was the man to bnnz that insti
tution back to tlie front in baseball.
Illini Made No Mistake.
That Illinois made no mistake was
proved by the showing made in 1P21
and 1922, when Lundgren transferred
Michigan to Illinois.
Six successful Big Ten" champion- Pew York
ships is the record of Carl Lundgren
as a college baseball coach.
That is why Lundgren is entitled
to be known as the "Miracle Man"
of the college baseball world.
In college baseball, as in the pro
: i t : t-
iciuiidf game, pjiunuig is xne D'g
thing. Lundren's knowledge of the
pitching art enables him to develop
good twirlers at Illinois. .
Gbod pitching is the secret of
Lundgren's success as a college base
In addition, he has the ability to
impart his knowledge of the finer
points of the game to his players so
that teams coached by Lundgren al
ways play heady baseball.
Tilden, Johnston and Williams
Will Constitute Singles Defense
in Annual Davis Cup Tourney
Chanijiion Gives Ever Good
Boxing Lesson in Ten
Round Quarrel Wins
Hums, rf 4 110 Olson, aa 3 0 3 2
D'bert. lb 4 1 I OiJ'aion. 2b 4 114
Duncan. If 4 1 2 01 II li fun. rf 3 110
Harper, rf 3 0 2 0'Wh.at. If 3 S 4 0
F'na'ra 2b 4 2 4 ll.Mj.re. cf 3 110
Plnelll, 3b 4 1 2 3Sc andt. lb 4 10 1
fancy. I 1 1 I Hlah. 3n 4 2 3 1
Wingo, c 3 1 1 3Db'ry, e 4 14 1
Luciue. p 1 0 0 3 Vance p 3 2 0 3
G'epie. p 0 0 0 a n
xltuuah 1 0 0 0 Total 311127 17
1 Total Jill 27 17
31 111 HI
abutted for Luuue In aavenfh
Cincinnati 000 000 000 0
Brooklyn 001 100 03i i
Summary Runs: Johnston. B. Griffith,
Wheat (21, Vance. Errors: Daubert, Har
per. Konseca. Two-baa hit: B. Griffith.
Three-base hit: Wheat. Bacrlficea: OUon.
Hurpcr. Myers. Doubl plays: High to
ueoerry to uison to ueoerry to H. Orir-1
flth. Johnston. Olaon and ftrhmanrlr Piv. '
ney, Wingo and Pnubert. IWt on bases:
Cincinnati, 6; Brooklyn i. liases on balls:
Off Gillespie. 1: off Vance. 1. Struck out:
By Vance. 4. Hits: Off Luqus. 8 In 7
Innings; off Glllenple, 3 In 1 Inning. Hit
by pitched ball: Uy Luke: (B. Griffith).
Losing pitcher: Luque. Umpires: Hurt
and O'Day. Time: 1:30.
Scoro second game:
CINCINNATI. I BROOKLYN.
Burns, if i 2 1 0 - AB.H.O.A.
Daub't. ,1b 6 0 13 0 Olaon. a 4 14 4
Duncan, If 2 1 1 0'Joh'ton. 2b 4 1 3 1
1 OtB Grl'h. rf 4 0 8 0
2 51 Wheat. If 3 10 0
2 1 1. My era. rf 3 17 0
2 2'Srm'dt. lb 4 2 ( 1
4 7Hlgh. 3b 4 13 3
0 1' Miller, e 2 3 13
Deberry, e 1 0 0 0
i 8 27 lSjCadore, p 4 2 0 1
0 0 0 0
I Totals 33 11 30 13
M INTS REGAIN LEAD.
New York, Aug. 6. The New York
Giants regained in the National league
lead, easily defeating Chicago, 19 to 7,
while St. Louis was losing to Philadel
phia. The world's champions glungged
four young Chicago pltchera for 27 hits,
totaling 41 bases. New York his safely
In every Inning and scored in every In
ning with the exception of the eighth.
Kelly led In the slaughter with a triple,
two doubles, two singles and a hit by
pitcher In six times up. The game ended
In a burlesque. Giant runnera purposelv
having themselves retired, while Meusel
slowed up in the eighth, so h would
be retired on a double play.
CHICAGO. I NEW YORK.
Krug, 3b 3
Hartnett, c 2
Cheees, p 0
1 5 dOroh, 3b 4
0 2 6 Ra'linga2b 2
0 3 0,Frl h,2b-3b 4
1 0 OjMeusel, If 6
1 4 01 Young, rf 2
3 1 0!Klng, rf 3
0 2 3i Kelly, lb 5
0 2 2Stengel. cf 2
0 1 lCunnlng.,cf 4
0 0 O'Smlth. c 2
110 liSnyder, e 3
10 0 lGaston. e 1
2 10 OIJ.Barnes.p 0
ijryinard. p 4
36 11 24 18IV.Barnes,p 0
Score by Innings:
48 27 27 12
Toledo, O., Aug. 5. Following
IJadda's wonderful race against time
yesterday today's closing card of
the Grand Circuit meeting here
brought the fastest race of the year
In winning the Wavne stake for
2:03 pacers. Sir Roch defeated the
favorite, Margaret Dillon, by taking
the second and third heats. To win
Sir Roch paced the final quarter of
each heat in 28J4 seconds and the
final three-quarters of the second
mile in 1 :28 flat. The gelding broke
in the stretch on the first mile jour
ney, -which was won by Margaret
The Wayne, 2:03 pace, thre heats,
Sir Roch. b. g., by St. Roch (Dean) 1 1
Margaret Dillon, b. m.r by Dillon
Axworthy (liurphy) 1 1 2
Jackson Grattan, b. h by Solon
Grattan (Cox) 2 4
Grace Direct, b. m., by Walter Di
rect (Earing) 3 J 4
Juno. b. m., by John Dewey (Valen
tine) 4 5 5
Time: 1:59H. 2:01. l:59i. '
2:i2 pace, two in three heats, purse,
Dalar Pointer, b. m.. by Star
Pointer. Jr. (Morrison) 2 1 1
Fagan, b. g.. by Walter (Palln).l 2 2
Raven Direct' Heir, btk. h., by I
Minor Heir (Miller) 4 1 3
Bingenwood. jr.. b. g., by Bingen-
wood (Chllds) 3 5 8
Sunny South, s. g., by Sunny Jim
(Shlvelv)- 5 4 4
D. J. B. also started.
Time: 2:07'i. 2:06Vi, 2:nsy.
Three-year-olds 2:15 trot, two in three
heats, purse. 41.000:
Hohe Frisco, blk. f., by San Fran
cisco (Murphy) 1 1
Eleanor Worthy, b. f., by Guy Ax
worthy (Loom if) 2 2
Lee Wynolot. br. f., by Lee Ax
worthy (White) 3 4
311 Ladi Guy, b. f., by Guy Axworthy
(Geers) 5 8
Addle, ch. f., by Adioo Guy (Ed
man) 4 B
Mary Sedley also started.
Time: 3:10. 2:08.
2:15 pace, two in three heats, purse,
BMW Land!, blk. g., by Nelson
(Wlrkersham) 1 t 1
Jolla Drift, br. g., by Binjolla
(Lewis) t I 4
Teddv West. b. g , by Teddy Hohe
(Hoffman) I I I
Barney Bell, b g by Barney
O'Connor (Barneal 4 I I
Berate Gano. br. m , by George
Gano (Patin) 4 3
Whltlock. Mack Todd and Wan-en Dil
lon also etarted.
Time: S:0. 2:0H. :114-
Far "Western Meet.
Sacramento. Aug. 5. Preliminary
plans for a far western invitational
track and field championship to be
held here during the state fair, Seo
tember 2 to 10, were made yesterday.
.013 000 030 7
.332 433 lOx 19
Summary Runs: Hollocher. Grimes.
Cnllaghan, Miller. Krug, O'Farrell, Stue
Isnd. Bancroft, Croh, Rawlings Frisch
(2), Meusel (4), King (2), Kelly (3), Cun
ningham (2), J. Barnes, Jonnard (2).
Errors: Grimes, Bancroft. Two-base hits:
Meusel. Frisch, Snyder. King, Kelly (2),
Callaghan. Three-base hits: Groh. Meusel.
Kelly, Rawlings. Home run: Hollocher.
tSoIenbase: Frisch. Sacrifice: Heathcote.
Double plays: Groh, Frisch and Kelly;
Kelly (unassisted): Terry, Hollocher and
Friberg. Left on bases: New York, 10;
Chicago, 7. Bases on balls: Off J. Barnes,
2; off Jonnard, 2; off Cheeves, 1: off
Stueland, 1; off Jones, 1; off Morris, 1.
Struck out: By J. Barnes, 1; by Jonnard,
3;,by Morris. 2. Hits: Off Cheeves, 3 in
1-S; off Stueland, 7 in 2 1-3; off Jones,
5 in 2-3: off Morris, 12 In 4 2-3: off "J.
Barnes, 6 In 2 2-3; off Jonnard, S In 5 1-3:
off V. Barnes, 0 in 0. Hit by pitched
ball: By Cheeves (Kelly). Passed balls:
Smith, O'Farrell. Winning pitcher: Jon
nard. Losing pitcher: Cheeves. Umpires:
Moran and Quigley. Time: 2:30.
Pirates Trim Brave.
Boston. Aug. 5. Pittsburgh had an easy
time defeating Boston, 9 to 3. Morrison
held the Braves' to five hits, three of
which were scratches. Harold "Pie" Tray
nor of Summerville was presented with a
gold watch and a bank account before the
game. A mid-diamond altercation between
Boeckel and Marquard and the heavy hit
ting of the visitors were the high points
PITTSBURGH. I BOSTON.
Mar'ille, ss 4 3 2 4iPowelI, cf 4 2 2 0
Mielrgnn City, Ind., Aug. S
Benny Leonard, lightweight cham
pion, gave Ever Hammer of Chicago
a .boxing lesson m ;n
the main event of the
boxing shuw held in
arena here this eve
ning. The blonde
tiger never had a
chance and the cham
pion did not exert
himself at any stage
ot the fight. Al
though the challeii
ger mussed up Ben
ny s bruised right
rye, the champion
IJnn, Leo, Cl't. l00S a
t which indicated he
would stop the
Swede. At times Leonard backed
away when it appeared' he had the
Chicagoan in a bad way. Ever was
not able to penetrate the champion's
almost perfect defense, althomrh
some ot ins punches
landed on their in
tended marks. In
the third round
the blood to flow
from the cut over
In the sixth
round, the patch
came off. hut the
wound did not i
kl-.l r 1.. Ti
uiL-cu lrceiy. 1 nis
was practicflly all Ever Hammer.
the damage done in the fight. Ham
mer left the ring with a crimson red
face, but his features were none the
worse for the many blows which
found resting places.
At times the champion held off
Hammer with his left hand and then
smashed him with the right. At oth
ers he let go with left and right
swings and seldom missed.
Hammer was better in close, but
Leonard locked the Swede's arm in
such a manner he was unable to hit
Leonard had the advantage in
every round. It was a case of a mas
ter meeting a game opponent who
must learn more about the boxing
MISTKRN IJ-.ACI E,
St Josih TI 1 .! Omalia S7 3.ftn
Tulsa t9 44 .411 out. l ltv It J .417
Si, .tn City 6 47 .Siii.ii. line 1 M , Jls
6 52 .ILl I'cm.r 31 74 .131
Tulaa, St Buffaloes, 1.
nioux City. 10; Warms. 4
klahom;i City, 5; !r Molne, 4.
St. Joseph, i; Denver, I.
Omaha at Tului.
Dr Monies at nklnhoma City,
sioux city at Wlrhlta.
Denver at St. Joseph.
NEBRASKA STATE I.EAGIE.
14 in .6i Falrhury 13 14.411
16 10.615,0. Iand 13 15.441
13 12 .62 Hastings 10 17.370
Lincoln. 14: Hastings, A
Grand Island. 5; Norfolk, 4.
lleatrice, 6; Falrtury, 4.
Hastings at Lincoln. ,
Kalrbury at Beatrice.
Norf.ilk at Grand Island.
New York 61 40 ,604Pittsburgh it 47 .625
St. Louis 62 43 .696 Brooklyn 60 60.600
Chicago 64 48 .629:Phlla. 36 59 .374
Cincinnati 64 61 .614, Boston 33 65 .337
Pittsburgh. 9; Boston, 3.
Philadelphia, 9; St. Louis, 1.
Ilrooklyn 3; Cincinnati, 2.
New York, 19; Chicago, 7.
Cincinnati at Ilrooklyn.
Chicago at New York.
No othera scheduled.
Fight by Rounds
W. L. Pet. I w. L. Pet.
St. Louis 61 42 .6921 Cleveland 63 54.495
New York 61 44 .SKI i Washington 49 53 .460
Detroit 67 4S ,543 Phlladel'la 40 60 .400
Chicago 61 50 .615 Boston 40 63.SSS
New York. 7; Cleveland, 1.
Washington. 6; Chicago. 2.
St. Louis. 4: Philadelphia, 1.
Boston, 8; Detroit, 4.
1 Today' Game.
Philadelphia at Chicago.
Boston at Cleveland.
New York at Detroit.
Washington at St. Louis.
Stw York, Aug.' S. (Special)
On the form that has been dn
I layed in several of the tciyns com
pttitiou this season there appears
reason to believe
that William T.
Tilden 2d, Wil
liam M. Johnston
and R. K o r r i
Williams 2d will
constitute the sin
gles defense for
the Davis cup.
ers express belief
that Williams it
likely to offer
greater chances of
success than Vin
cent Richards. It
is current gossip
around the courts
that with any
thing tike a display of the form he
revealed at Nassau in the preliminary
tournaments at the Crescent Athletic
club and at the Seabright Lawn
Tennis and Cricket club Williams is
sure of a place on the cup defense.
The argument in favor of Williams
is based udoii his ability to play
either singles or doubles exceedvig-
ly well. All things considered, lil-
den and Johnston may fairly be
counted upon as the outstanding men
for the singles contests. If either
should lapse between Thursday,
Aueust 10. the date of nominating
the American team, and September
1. the ODC.mne dav ot the challenge
matches at Forest Hills, then Wil
liams could logically be shitted to
the front line without greatly
jeopardizing the chances of success
fully defending the international cup
'Yank' Davis and
Out Home Runs
Oilers Group Six Hits Off
Fincher for Win
Carey, cf 5 2 2
Bigbee. If 3 11
Barn'rt, rf 6 2 2
Tlern'y. 2b 5 3 1
Tra'nor, 3b 5 2 0
Ens, lb 4 1 14
Jon'ard, c 3 1 5
Morwn, p 3 1 0
Tota!a 37 16 27 12j
Chris'ry, If 5
Nich'non, rf 4
Boce'el. 3b 4
Kopf, 2 b
Totals 30 5 27 14
zBatted for Marquard in seventh.
nBatted for Oeschger in ninth.
Score bv Innings:
Pittsburgh 005 011 0209
Boston 010 000 0113
Summary Runs: Maranvllle, Carey,
Btgbee (2), Barnhart. Ens. Jonnard (2),
Morrison. Powell. Nicholson, Boeckel.
Errors: TIerney, Nicholson, Boeckel. Two
base hits: Tray nor, Maranville, Ens.
Stolen bases: Carey, Blgbee. Sacrifices:
Morrison, Maranvllle, Ford (2). Double
Double ploys: Tierney to Maranvllle to
Ens: Kopf to Ford to Holke: Ford to
Kopf to Holke. Left on bases: Pittsburgh,
7; Boston. 10. Bases on balls: Off Morrison,
7 : off Marquard. 3 ; off Oeschger 1.
Struck out: By Morrison, 6; by Marquard,
1. Hits: Off Marquard. 12 In 7 Innings;
off Oeschger. 4 In 2. Hit by pitched ball:
By Morrison (Ford). Balk: Marquard.
Losing pitcher: Marquard. Umpires: Rig
ler and McCormlck. Time: 1:4.
Cardinals Drop Back.
Philadelphia, Aug. 6. Philadelphia
kifocked the St. Louis Cardinals into sec
ond place by beating them, 9 to 1. Horns
by broke the old National league home
run record set by Ed Williamson ot
Chicago in 1884 by driving out his 28th
htm'e run of the season. Ring: pitched
well for Philadelphia, striking out eight
men. Pfeffer, North and Dyer were all
hit hard. Score:
ST. LOUIS PHILADELPHIA.
Flack, rf 4
Stock. 3b 4
M'ler, cf 4
P f er, p ,
2 4 QiW'stone,3b 5 1 1 2
1 0 3iP'k'son, 2b 6 4 16
0 1 O W'liams. cf 4 1 2 A
1 1 2fWalker.rf "5 2 2 0
0 1 0'Mokan. If 4 10 0
2 5 HFl'cher. ss 2 12 2
2 t I'J.Smytth.BS 3 0 2 0
0 6 1 Lee, lb 4 1 10 0
0 0 OIH'n'lne, e 4 3 7 1
1 0 OiRing p 4 10 4
0 f) 01
0 0 Ot Totals 39 15 27 15
Totals 34 9 24 M
x Batted for Pfeffer in fifth.
x Batted for Atnsmith ia seventh.
St. Louis . 000 001 rio i
Philadelphia 300 203 lOx 9
Summary Runs: Hornsnv, Wrightstone,
Parkinson, Williams, Walker, Mokan. J.
Smith, liee. Henline, Ring. Errors: Horns
by 2), Alnsmith. Two-base hits: Park
inson. Flack. Home runs: Walker Horns
by. Struck out: By Rlnr, 7; by'PNffer,
2: by Dyer. 3; by North. 1. Bases oa balls.
Off Ring. : ofr Pf.ffer. 1. Deubl clays:
Parkf of on to Fletcher to SbCwy
to Toporcer. Hits: Off Pfvff.sk $h T:
off North, 2 !n -, eff Dyr. 4 fa 1 trfft
cn bases: Philade!nhla. 7; Ft. .Louis .
Lenin pitcher: Pfeffer. Umpires); Bta
ttlis and Kelxn. Tims: 4 li,
Hammer put a light left to the stomach
and caught a light left to the nose as
they -went into the clinch. Leonard put
a solid left to the body and danced away
from a right swing. They boxed care
fully, each being content to feel the other
out. Hammer blocked a left for the body
and they fell into a clinch. Ever hit low
and was cautioned by the referee. Leonard
hooked a left to the stomach and blocked
a left for the head. Leonard missed with
a left swing for the head, but connected
with two lefts to the face as they clinched
at the bell. Leonard had a shade.
Hammer appeared timid and missed
with his leads. Leonard stepped around
him and then planted a solid right on
the jaw. Benny drove a left into to the
face and crossed a right to the head. Ever
hooked a right over the champion's guard,
but caught a solid right in return. Benny
put a right to the head, but Hammer
could not get through Leonard's perfect
defense. Benny stuck a left to the face
and crossed his right to the jaw knocking
Hammer baok. Leonard put three lefts to
the face without a return at the bell.
Ever stuck a light left to the body but r
the champion jabbed the Swede three
times without a return. Hammr swung
; a left on Benny's right eye and the cham
pion put his glove up to see if it was
bleeding. The champion got mad and
drove rtghts to Hammer's face. They
went !n close and Ever reached the bad
eye with short left jolts. Hammey tore
In and continually swung for the cham
pion a bad right optic. They went in
close and jolted each othsr at the bell.
Leonard had a shade.
Hammer started (to fight the champion
Instead of boxing and the fight became
more interesting. The Swede got in close
and drove choppy rights to the body.
Leonard caught Ever with a solid right to
the jaw and followed with a left to the
stomach. The champion put a solid right
to the jaw and Hammer ran Into a clinch.
They traded body punches at close quar
ters. Leonard put a straight left to the
face at the bell. Leonard had a shade.
The champion put lefts to the face and
Hammer was short with a left Bwing.
Leonard swung a left to the head and fol
lowed with a right to the jaw. Leonard
started to arry the fight to Hammer and
forced him to the ropes. Hammer put a
light left to the body and brought another
to the champion's jaw at the bell, Leon
Bound Six. .
Leonard's right swing landed on Ham
mer's shoulder. Another right found a
resting place on the Swede's jaw. Ever
missed a wild swing and went into a
clinch. Benny drove the left to Ham
mer's face In piston-like fashion and
backed away from Ever's left swings. A
short jolt by Hammer knocked the patch
off Leonard's right eye. The champion
then forced Hammer to the ropes : and
nailed him with a right cross on the jaw
os the crowd hollered for a knockout.
They went into close quarters and landed
light body punches as the bell sounded.
Leonard put a straight left to the
face and Hammer ran into a clinch. The
Swede was unable to reach the champion
with anything he pitched. - Leonard
simply stood back and Jabbed and hook
ed his opponent at will. Hammer started
to cover up and the champion danced
around him and peppered him with left
jabs and hooks. Leonard applied the
one-two puneh and the Swede went into
close quarters to avoid punishment.
Leonard pushed Hammer up against the
ropes, held him at arm's length and then
belted him with a right to tha body at
the bell. Leonard's round.
W. L- Pet.' -Paul
67 39 .633'Kan. Citv
Mliw'ukee 64 49 .5fit.iLou.svi.ie
Tnd'apohs 62 4t .574!ColumbuB
Mln'apolis hi 48 .SollToledo
, Toledo. in: St. Paul, 1.
Minneapolis, 10-9; Columbus. 5-3.
Indianapolis, 7-2 ; Milwaukee, 4-1
Kansas City, 6; Louisville, S.
Kinsas City p.t Louisville.
Minneapolis at Columbus.
St. Paul at Toledo.
Milwaukee at Indianapolis.
55 Bfi .495
52 57 .477
40 70 .31.4
37 71 .343
Ever's jaw and the Swede went Into a
clinch. Ever landed a light left uppercut
on the jaw but was stabbed twice with
left hand. They went in close and Ham
mer jolted the champion with short right
uppercuts. Hammer started to hold on
and the referee had to warn them to
break. Ever connected with a right swing
but caught right and lefts to the head.
Benny stuck a left in the Swede's face at
the bell. Leonard's round.
Thy shook hands. Leonard put two lefts
to the face and Hammer went into a
clinch. They traded short-body punches
and then Leonard landed the Swede with
a right to the jaw. Ever again went' into
a clinch. Leonard drove lefts and rights
to the head, but Hammer kept going in
close and the referee had to go between
them. The crowd started to hiss Hammer
for holding. The champion stuck his
right hand in Hammer's face twice snd
then hooked his opponent with his right.
They went in close and on the break Leon
ard pasted the Swede with right upper
cuts as the bell sounded.
Leonard's fight by a wide margin,
Mrs. Mallory Beats
Miss Leslie Bancroft
Seabrlght.'N. J Aug. 5. Mrs. Mol
la Bjurstedt Mallory of New York
won the women's singles bowl in the
Seabright lawn tennis and cricket
club tournament today, defeating
Miss Leslie Bancroft of Newton, 6-1,
Links Easr Winner.
Lincoln. Auav 6. Lincoln slaughtered
three Hastings pitcher In th second
pame of the series her and won, 1 4to .
HASTINGS. I LINCOLV.
Ameen. cf 5 1 1 O.Sp'na-er, 4 2 S 1
s i larr, 3D a
1 ljDye. 2b
0 OiConkey, e
1 'Gibson, rf
2!Balley, . p
4! Total 34 IS 24 12
M'lleer, lb S
Crann. rf 2
Serb. If 6
Witt. 3b 5
Griffin. s 4
Echt er. 2b 4
Klrby, c 4
Chl kt, p
Buck'er. p 3
Total 38 1124 171
xAmen out, hit by batted ball.
. Score by Innings:
Hastlne 201 600 010 t
Lincoln ' 10 til 12x 14
Summary Runs: Amen, Moeller, Serb,
Spranger. Carr (2), Dye, Conkey (2). Olb
aon (2), Bool, Barvl (3). Bailey (2.) Er
rors: Moeller. Witt, Griffin, Echtermeyer,
Buckmaster. Spranger (3), Carr, Dye, Mc
Coy. Three-base hlt9: Serb. Moeller, Sarvls.
Two-base hits: Truax, Witt, Gibson, Con
key. Bool. Bailey. Earned runs: Hastings,
1; Lincoln, 8. Stolen bases: Dye, Conkey,
Sarvls. Sacrifice hits: Gfann, Spranger,
McCoy (2.) Struck out: By Truax, 2 la 3
Innings; by Chlnoskl. 0 In 1-3 Inning; by
Buckmaster. 3 in 4 2-3 innings; by Bailey.
5. Bases on balls: Off Chlnoskl, 1; off
Buckmaster, 3; off Truax, t. Losing pltch
eer: Truax. Hits and runa: Off Truax, i
and 3; off Chlnoskl, 2 and 6; off Buck
master, 8 and i. Double play: Truax to
Moeller to Klrby. Left, on baaes: Hastings,
10; Lincoln. 8. Losing pitcher: Chlnoskl.
Umpires: Leimbach and Wheeler. Time:
Interest in Red Club
Cincinnati,. Aug. 5. It was an
nounced here today that Julius
Fleijchmann, former mayor of Cin
cinnati, now of New York, has sold
his entire holdings in the Cincinnati
baseball team in the National league,
685 shares, to Lou Widrig. August
Hermann and Walter Friedlander,
who are already heavy owners.
The transfer, it is announced, will
have no effect on the management of
Safe or Out
Q. A batted foul fly was bIockd by sn
lnfieUler vo was close to the foul line
and the bull rolled from his glove Into
rair ground. The umpire called It a fair
ball. Was he riirht?
A. No. If the ball was touched by a
fielder on foul ground It became fool
Da ll, no matter where It rolled.
O. A batter hit along the first base
line and the first baseman got the ball
and touched irst base. Then h threw
to second and the second baseman touched
second. The umpire said it waa double
play. Was he right?
A. No. Mistake on the umpire' part
again. When the batsman was put out at
first base the runner who had been on
first was ne longer forced to go to sec
ond and It waa necessary to touch him
to put him out. Touching the baae did
Q. Th? captain of a team gave his bat
ting order for the firat Inning, but when
Blues B-.at Falrbnry.
Beatrice. Neb., Aug. S. Beatrice made
It two straight from Falrbury her today
by the score of C to 4. Score:
Rooney. sa 4 3 1 4iDelag'a. 2b 3 0 3 4
1 1 4iKlrchner.lb 4 3-00
0 1 O Qulnn. sa 4 12 4
2 3 01 Bowman. cf 4
0 10 OlMooney, if 3
1 1 Hr.abarge.3b 4
1 2 llTh pson, rf 2
1 5 2!McKee, p 2
0 0 3Unger. o 3
iBonnelly. n 3
Totals 37 9 24 16
I Totals 32 10 27 12
Summary Runs: Rooney, Ferrv. Wim
bush. Bll.-s. Klrchner. Quinn (2). Bowman.
Mooney, Laharpe. Errors: Rooney, Dele
ffuerra. Klrchner, Quinn. Labarge. Three
base hits: Rooney (21. Two-base hits:
Rooney (2). Sacrfice hit: Mooney. Stolen
base: Mooney. Double play: Goodwin
to WImbush. Wild pitch: Bonnelly.
Struck out: By Bonnelly. 4; by Wllley.
Bases on balls: Off Bonnelly, 2; off
Wllley, 1. Earned runs: eBatrire. 4;
Fairbury, 2. Umpire: Myers. Time:
Tulsa, OH, Aug. 5. (Special Tel
fgrani.) Carl Black, who probably
could beat Omaha
with his right
hand despite the
fact that he is a
southpaw, had the
Buffaloes on his
hip today and the
Oileres romped in
with 6 to I vic
tory in the first
game of the series.
Black was ably seconded by Yank
Davis, champion home run hitter of
the league, and Skipper Jack Leli
velt, whose pair of home runs ac
counted for ive of Tulsa's markers.
Davis' homer was his 24th of the sea
son. These two four-baggers not
only won Saturday's game, but they
gave Tulsa a team total of 110 cir
cuit clouts for the 1922 campaign to
date, which is belired to be a record
for organized baseball.
Black was in rare, form, holding
the herd to a half dozen scattered
hits, and was robbed of a shutout by
"Pug" Griffin's homer in the sev
enth. At that, Black had a worthy
opponent in "Bill' Fincher, the Texas
league veteran, who permitted the
Oilers but the same number. Tulsa's
blows, however, were grouped to
better advantage than were those of
the visitors. Both hurlers had perfect
control. Black issuing not a single
bob, while Fincher gave up but one.
It was a scoreless pitching duel in
the early innings, with neither team
scoring in the first three. Bates sin
gled with one down in the first, but
Bauman robbed Grantham of a hit
and forced Bates at second. Wilcox
doubled with two gone in the sec
ond. These were the only hits of the
first third of the battle, the Oilers
getting but one man on in the first
r.lftlason. !b ,
(irlffln. If ....
WUeox, sa ....
ftarnrer, . .
Bennett. If .
Iamb, cf . . .
l-cllTelt. lb .
Stuart ss . . .
Croaby, . , .
. AB. H.
6 24 IS 2
IT. PO. A.
Islanders Trim Norfolk.
Grand Island, Neb.. Aug. 6. Grand Is
land made it two straight from Norfolk,
i to 4.
NORFOLK. I GRAND ISLAND..
At'erton.sa 3 0 3 llKranda. 3b 6 1 0 3
1 6 1 Roben, rf 5
1 1 2IMeti. J
1 0Palmat., If 3
0 3 0i Pierce. 2b 3
1 4 1 Speaker, cf t
1 1 1! Brewer, lb 4
0 7 li Robert, c J
0 0 OjShupe, p 4
0 0 1
0 0 III
0 0 0
Mitchell. 2b 3
Marr, 3b 3
Rouse, rf 3
Knapp, If 3
Clark, e S
Graves, cf 3
Casey, lb 2
Dldier. p 3
Hilton, p 0
1 4 0
1 3 S
I 11 0
1 S 1
Total 31 10 27 14
th. ... It li hi.an ha ii-is,l rt... I
in-- iu.,iiiivu pui sLid.Ku. ui. i. was ce autnonsea to ao so 7
the face and Hammer tore into a clinch.
The uhamplun shook htm off and nailed
him with a right to the jaw. Ever went
in close, put a light blow to the stomach,
but caught a sokd right uppercut on the
rhln. Hammer held on but Leonard shook
htm off and pasted him at will. Benny
Tlppetl ta a right uppercut and knocked
Hatnaafr nd back with a straight left;
anottst - rUl- spreut and Brr rfn in
clos. Banay gristed a rich wltuc sad
sncht a light left oa itlMr ttt
ton. iMeaard'l re-Bad.
Round Xlr. .
Th cbsmnlon stuck s strs!rht l.ft Into
i nimirir s i.e. ana ptr.q ivi, rrom a
' lft 1BC. Seaay slanted a aoad right to ,
A. No. If the cap tarn could chart a-, aha
battinar order at will he would have the
rood batters coming to th plats all the
Q. The batttf tut bsssj Cfllsd 4rt cn
sn infield SIT tSA th b' raBsaar Inter
fere with th fielder who liCjto. to
get th ball. What wosld. bm decis
ion? A. TJo kmprre h Justified fa railing
was ma. na soi ior inienearsnc tr we ae
etalon fa warranted.
Q. The batter was tailed oat on an
Infield fly and th ( nnner waa hit by
th- batted ball. TTa, h out. too?
A. Yea, The rnle make no exception as
to base tuMt be ins bit to a batted ball.
Totala It 6 24 101
xBatted for Graves In ninth
xBatted for Casey in ninth.
xBatted for Hilton in ninth.
Score by innings:
Norfolk 100 003 0004
Grand Island .. 000 200 30x 5
Summary Runs: Athertnn. Marr,
Rouse. Clark. Roben. Meti (2). Pierce,
itttupf. r.rrors: -Brewer. Home run;
Rouse. Two-base hits: Mitchell, Clark
Marr. Speaker. Sacrifice hlta: Mitchell
Palmatiere. Roberts Bases on halls: Off
J'tnier. s; orr nition. Zi oir rlaupe. 4.
Stolen bases: Ahterton, Marr. Spece.
Pierce. Kranda. Double playa: 8hupe to
tirewer. Kuns and hits: Off Dldier, 2 and
7 in 6 1-3; ort Hilton. 2 and 1 2-3.
Struck out: By Dldier, 4: by Shupe. 6.
Left on bases: Norfolk. 4; Grand Island,
6. Passed ball: Clark. Balk: Dldier.
Earned runs: Norfolk. 2: nrand T.i.nri
3. Losing? pitcher: Hilton. Umpire, John
son, lime: i:a.
Total 31 S !7 10 0
Omaha . OOO 000 1001
Tales OOO 04 Ox
Summary Ran: Omaha. 1: Tulsa. 6.
Left on bases: Omaha, 4; Tula, 3. Two
base hits: Wilcox, Hncher. Bevis, Her
mnn, Bennett. Home runa: Davis. Leli
velt, Griffin. Sacrifice hit: Thompson,
Base on ball: Off Fincher 1. Struck eutt
By Black, t; by Fischer, 4. Doable play:
Lamb to Stuart to Bauman. Time: 1:15.
I'mplres: Ormsby and Hormes.
Home With Victory
St. Joseph.' Mo., Auf. S. Stevenson slid
under Kilnullen with tho needed run in
the eighth Inning today and St. Jost-nh
won from Denver, 8 to 2. Patterson field
ed Handler's grounder down the third
base line cleanly and made a perfect peg.
but I mplre Dnntthue ruled that Ktlhul
len did not touoh Stevenson In time. Score:
DENVER. ST. JOSEPH.
O'Brien, cf 4 1 1 OlOlson. lb 4 1 17 1
Kerr, ss 3 0 2 2!CC'rlden. If 4 2 2 (
Shanley.Ib 4 2 2 4! Fisher, rf 4 I 0 (
Long rt 3 3 4 01 B'wltacf 4 1 1 C
Gomes If 3 0 2 o steon. 3b 2 0 0 C
P l onk, 3b 2 0 2 2 Nufer. 2b 4 3 4 1
C'rlght.lb 3 0 8 0 Browne. sa 3 10!
K'ullen, c 3 13 2 K'dler, c 3 1I
L'ovlc. p 3 0 0 1 Li'ber p Silt
xRogers 0 0 0 0
xWrlght 1 0 0 0 , Total 31 10 27 II
Total 30 7 24 ll
St. Joaeph 000 200 Olx !
Denver 200 600 0001
xRan for Kllhullen in ninth.
xBatted for Lukanovle In ninth.
Ned Allis Winner of
Wisconsin Golf Title
Milwaukee. Wis.. Aug. 5. Ned Al
lis. Milwaukee Country club, won the
Wisconsin Golf association cham
pionship for the sixth time today
when he defeated Richard P. Cava-
nagh, Pike Creek Country club, Ke
nosha, bv an overwhelmint? score nf
9 up and 8 to play. It was the big
gest reieat ever suffered by Cava-
nagn in a goa match since he en
tered his first state tournament, 18
years ago. AIos, it gives Allis six
victories to five fror Cavanagh in
Badger title meets.
Oklahoma City, Aug-. S- Oklahoma
Clty'a savage cam back in the ninth
after trailing all the way and scored
twice .nosing out Des Molne in the first
of the series here Saturday. 5 to 4. Score:
DES MOINES. I OKL CITT.
Genin, cf 4 11 OiPltt. ft 5 110
W-ag'ex. 2b I 3 0 6!Ging di. If 10 10
Horan. rf 4 12 OlKru'ger. If 3 0 10
Ora'm, lb 4 0 12 1 Tate, 3b 4 10 2
Oraney. If 3 0 1 OjFelber. lb 4 2 2 4
Tur'eon. as 4 0 2 SM'D'tels, lb 4 1 11 0
Con'ly. 3b 4 2 0 llxAUen 0 0 0 .
Tl.Tinpr. r 4 1 K l!r... A . . .
! Men, p 2 1 1 liwind'le. sa 2 0 2 1
IMoore.cf 112 0
Totals 34 9x25 11! Payne, p 3 0 0 1
liFiaher 10 0 0
V Totals 33 8 27 12
xOne out when winning run was scored
xBatted for Payne In ninth.
xRan for MrDsnlela In ninth. '
Score by innings: f
Des Moines .'. 201 flin ooo '
Oklahoma City 000 030 on- $
Summary Runs: Allen. Genin. Wagner.
Horan. Men. Pitt, Wlndle (2). Moore.
Errora: Turgeon. Connolly. G'nglardi,
Wlndle. Moore. Two-base hlta: Connollv.
Felber. Sacrifice hlta: Oenln. Meri.
Wlndle, Moore. Bases on balls: Off Men.
I: off Payne. 2. Doubl play: Wlndle to
Felber to McDanlels. Struck out: By Men,
5; by Payne, t. Left on bases: Des Moines.
7: Oklahoma City, 4. Earned runs: De
Moines. 3; Oklahoma City. 4. Umpires:
Lewis and Anderson. Time: 1:48.
Query's Homer Helps.
Wichita. Kan.. Aug. S. Query's homa
run In the fifth with two on. sfter Hem.
iagway and Mets had parked the ball In
the river with the baaes vacant, aave
Sloua City a 10 to win over Wichita in
the series opener today. McDonnell and '
Wilson were batted from the box early.
SIOUX CITT. 1 WICHITA
ABHOA I ARHn
Ha'llton.aa S 4 4!?mlth. cf 3 1 1 a
H gwsy.3b 4 11 1 B kesley. If SIS
Elah. cf 4 1 ( 1 1 W burn. 2b 4 1 1 a
Metx. lb 4 11 0 East, rf Sill
O'grard. rf 4 1 0 OIBerger, s 4 2 4 4
Mattlck. If I 1 1 1 Butler, lb S 1 J
Palmar. 2b SSI 2 Haley, e Sill
Query, a SIS Mcr!l th I III I
Wilson, p 1 S'MrD'nell. p 1 1
Tasar, p IIS llUreaorr. d S 1
Totals 14 II 27 li Totals ST 12 27 14
Score br innings:
Sioux City SSI IM !
Wichita , .....u.. asf flit CSa T
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