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THE OMAHA UKK: TUESDAY. AUGUST 8. 1922.
Nebraska State Tennis Tournament Starts on University of Nebraska Courts
Among 65 Net
Ralph Powell, Stair Cham
pion, to Compete Paired
With George Storking
Lincoln. Aug. 7. The Nebraska
Mil tenuis tournament, held under
the auipice of the Nebraska Slate
Tennis atnoriation and the Univer
Mty of Nebraska, opened here today
with an entry list of more than 65
The tournament will be played on .'8
university courts, the largest layout
in the rentral vet.
Contrary to the first expectation
of the tournament maiUKcment,
.Ralph rowell, stale cluniiion in
tingle, and a resident of Omaha,
showed up with the Omaha aggrega
tion of nine entries and will play in
both singlei and double. In the lat
ter class he is paired with George
Stocking, a player of exceptional
At noon representation in the tour
nament, by cities, was as follows:
Lincoln. 22-, Omaha. 9: Milfosd. 4;
Norfolk. 5: Seward, S: North Bend,
4; riattsmouth, 3; Holdrege, Hast
ings, Arapahoe, Doniphan and Walt
hill, 2 each; Springfield, 3; Minden,
Orleans. York. West Point, Red
Cloud. Wilcox and Alliance. 1 each.
Prominent among the players in
attendance are Powell, Stocking and
Scribner of Omaha. Mc Proud,
Wcaverling. McBride and Elliott of
Lincoln. Gissen of Seward. Durland
of Norfolk, the Pattersons of Arapa
hoe. Matthewson and Langlenberg
of Walthill. the Scuddcrs of Doni
phan. Christensen of Springfield.
McMichaels of Minden. Smith of
Orleans. Calvert of Plattsmouth.
Kllis and Skatberg of Holdrege and
Stalcy and Newman of Hastings.
Tennis critics here believe that
Towell will have a struggle to retain
his title of singles champion, as he
has taken on considerable weight
since the last tournament and his
...inX'ie tiM tn he- a bit heavv.
Rev. John Calvert is the official in
charge of the games.
Wall Brothers Win
at "Barnyard Golf"
The Wall brothers. 'Frank and
Paul of Missouri Valley, la., who
specialize in hurling ringers at horse
shoe pitching tournaments, blew into
Omaha Sunday and won the lion's
share of honors -- at the weekly
"barnyard , golf" tournament held
Sunday at the Miller Park courts.
In class "A" of the singles. Frank
Wall won four out of five games,
ihalking up a total of 103 points,
seven more than Charles McLelland
of Omaha and Paul Wall of Missouri
Valley scored. '
By scoring 350 points and win
ning all of their seven games, the
Wall brother romped oft with the
doubles' honors. C. V. Paul and E.
H. Moravoc of Omaha tied for sec
end place, with six out of the seven
. Following play, Frank McCarthy
was elected secretary of the Omaha
several umana lungers expo-i iu
enter the state horseshoe pitching
tournament at Ashland, Neb., Satur
day. ' "
Yesterday's Scores follow: Class "A"
Frank Wall. Missouri Valley. la., 4 out
of i games. 103 points, first; Charles lie
I.elland. Omaha, tie for second with P.
Wall, Missouri Valley, la., 8 out of 6
limn; C. V. Paul, .Omaha, 4 out of 6.
point", third; W. S. Wall. Missouri Val
ley, la., lost all bia games, scored T3
pointa for tourth place; C. R. Dyke.
Omaha, 1 out of S games, 62 points, fifth
Class "B"-C. V. Shoemaker, won o
games. 15 . points, first; A. Pierce,
Washington. Neb., 2 out of 5 games. 1
points, second; R. Slater. Calhoun, Neb.,
4 out of 5 games. 86 points, third; H. W.
Butts. Omiha. 3 out of i games. 82
points, fourth; J. D. Howard. Omaha, lost
all games, 71 points, fifth; II. S. Hoover,
Omaha, .1 out of 5 games, , 63 points,
sixth. ' '
Olas "C" J. P. Knudsen. 'Washington,
Neb., won 6 games. 106 points, first; K.
H. Moravoc. Omaha, 3 out of 5. 102
points, second; O. B. Weaver. Omaha. S
nut of S games, 85 points, third; W". M.
Swift. Omaha, 2 out of 5 games, 84
points, fourth; R. Paul, Omaha. 2 out ot
6 garner 63 points, fifth: Frank Mc
Carthy, Omaha, lost all games, SO pointa:
Doubles F, Wall and P. Wall. Missouri
Valley, won all games, scored 350 points,
first: C. V. Paul and E H. Moravoc,
Omaha, 8 out of 1 games, second :H. W.
Butts and C. R. Dyke. Omaha. 4 out of
7 games. 336 points, third; R. Slater and
Bayrlght. Omaha, and C. V. Shoemaker
and J. P. Knudsen, both of Washington,
tied for fourth place, 4 out of 7 games,
scores 2SS and 374 pointa; J. D. Howard
and C. McLelland, Omaha, 2 out of 7
games. 275 points, fifth; W. S. Walla and
W. M. Swift, 1 out of 7 games. 194
pointa, sixth; R. Paul and O. E. Weaver,
Omaha, lost air gamea, 139 points, sev
Omaha n to Box Wills.
Paul Murray, local trainer, will
give a six-round exhibition match
with Harry Wills contender for
Jack Dcmpscy's honors, at an Amer
ican Legion rally in Scottsbluff, Neb.,
Falls City legion Iiaea.
Falls City, Neb.. Auj. 7. The Falls City
Legion lost to Seneca. Kan., on the latter's
grounds, 4 to A. Th locala outhlt their op
ponenta but were unable to conneet in the
pinches. The hitting of McMahon for the
Legion and Jerome for Seneca featured
th gams. Scors by innings: R. H. E.
Legion 000 000 000 0 7 1
Seneca 001 013 0x 4 ( 2
Beat Srandlat Tesvra.
Deshler, Neb., Aug. 7. The locals de
feated Scandia. Kan., here, 7 to 0. ,
hat Out Opponent.
Elai. Neb., Aug. T. Ths locals ahut out
the combined teams of Hershy and Allans,
I to . in a fast gsms here Sunday.
Friend Inn to Genera.
friend. Neb., Aug. 7. Friend lost to
Geneva at Fairmont Sunday, to 3.
Kimball, Neb.. Aug. 7. Kimball defeated
the- Union Pacific team from Cheyenne
her Sunday, 13 t s. .
Dsenler Trims Bnininff.
Dshler, Neb., Aug. 7. Deshler defeated
Brunlng. 1 to 0, hers Sunday.
Hernia Wins His Cams).
Shnbert, Neb.. Aug. 7. shubert de
feated tb Falls City Legion team hers,
t to 3. Fitch and Herman twirled for the
locals and held ths Tisitora to five hits,
Wm in Fart f-amr. ,
Central City. N.. Aug. 7,-he locals
dstostsd Spalding hero Sunday, 2 to s.
la of ths fastest games seen hero this
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' Indians Beat Red nox.
Cleveland, Aug. 7. Cleveland made ft
two straight from Boston when It won, 7
to 4. Ths gamo waa called at the end of
the seventh when It became too dark for
the umpirea to tell whether or not an out
fielder caught ths ball. Score:
BOSTON. I CLEVELAND.
Jam son, If 4 0
Wamby, 2b 4 0
Speaker, cf 2 1
Step'son, 3b 3 2
J. Sew'l. aa 4 I
Wood, rf 3 2
Ful ton, p
1) Utile, p
0 ' Totals
23 9 21 13
Totals 2 7 31
Scors by innings:
Boston 000 000 00
Cleveland 003 120 17
Summary Runs: Jamleaon, Speaker (2),
Stephenson (2), Wood, O'Neill. Error: J.
Sewell. Two-bass hits: Leihold, Walters,
Stephenson, Wood, O'Neill. Three-base hit:
Wood. Stolen base: Staphenaon. Sacrifices:
Mitchell. Gulsto, Wood. Double plays:
Sewell to Gulsto: Wamby to Sewell to
Qulsto. Left on bases: Boston, 7; Cleve
land. 6. Basea on balls: Oft Ferguson. 2;
off Fullerton, 1; off Plurcy, 1; off Uhle, 1.
Hits; Off Ferguson. 8 In 4 1-3 Innings; off
Fullerton, 0 in 1 2-3 Inning; off Piercy, 1
in 1 Inning. Losing pitcher: Ferguson. Um
pires: Guthrie and Erans. Time: 1:15.
Whits Sox Trim Athletics.
Chicago, Aug. 7. Chicago recovered
from Its batting slump and pounded out
17 hits off four Philadelphia pitchers, de
feating the visitors, 13 to 6. Score:
31 Strunk. cf
L rette, p
Totals SS 17 27 10
Totals 40 15 24 13
xBatted for Sullivan in fifth.
xBatted for Ketchum in eighth. ,
Philadelphia. . .'. 001 021 if 10 5
Chicago 016 001 04x 12
Summary Runs: McGowan, Welch, Mil
ler (2), Young, Johnson 2), Strunk (2),
Collins, Hooper (4), Sheely, Falk, Yosng.
Error: Bruggy. Two-base hits: Strunk
Levarette 2), Miller (2), Young. Home
runs: Welch Hooper. Stolen base: Welch.
Sacrifices: Sheely. Mulligan. Double plays:
Leverette to Sheely to Johnson, Hauser
(unassisted). Mulligan to Collins to Shee
ly. Left on bases: Philadelphia, 9; Chi
cago, 7. Bases on balls: Off Rommel, 2;
off .Sullivan, 1; off Leverette, 1. Struck
out: By Leverette, S: Ketchum 1; Yarrl
scn, 1. Hita: Off Rommel. 8 In 3: off
Sullivan, 2 in 1; off Ketchum, 2 in 3.
Losing pitcher: Rommel. Umpires: Con
nolly and Nallln. Time: 1:50.
Browns Swamp Senators.
St. Louis, Aug. 7. St. Louis swmaped
Washingto. 16 to 1. for the local's fifth
straight victory. The Browns went on
a rampage in the sixth inning, knocking
Mogridge out of the box and scoring nine
runs on nine hits, seven of which were
for extra bases. Williams knocked two
home runs In ths Inning. Erickaon, who
relieved Mogridge, also waa batted hard,
the locals gathering five more runs In the
eighth Inning. Collins also drove out a
home run, Wright held ths Senators to
eight scattered hits.
WASHINGTON. ' I ST. LOUIS.
1 1 OiGerber. ss 4
4 0 4 4R'ertson. ss 1
3 1 10 0 Tobln, rf 4
4 3 3 0 Staler, lb 2
3 2 0 0M'Man's, 2b 4
4 0 0 21 J'obson, It 5
4 12 31 Durst. If 0
2 0 2 01 Willi's, cf S
10 2 0 Collins, e 5
Shanks. 3b 4
Peck, ss 4
piclnlch. o 2
Torres, c 1
M'gridge, p 2
E'cksou, p 1
0 8 3i Austin, 3b 5
0 0 0; Wright, p S
0 0 01
Totals 33 8 23 121
ETAOINSHRDLU Totals 41 19 27 16
xJacobson out for batting out ot turn
in first inning. v
xBatted for Erickson in the ninth.
Washington 000 010 000 1
St. Louis - ..000 021 SOx IS
Summary Runs: Peck, Gerber (3), SIs
lr (2), Tobin (2). Jacobson (3), Williams
(2), Collins, Austin. Wright (2). Errors:
Erickson, Collins. Two-base hits: Ooslln,
Wright, Jacobson 2); Tobln. Robertson.
Three-base hits: Gerber, Jacobson. Home
runs: Williams (2), Collins. Stolen baaea:
Pecklnpaugh, Shanks, Slsler. Sacrifice
hits: Tobin, Piclnich. 8Isler. Double play:
Wright to Collins to Slsler. Left on
bases: Washington. 8; St. Louis, 7. First
Elliot Sets New
WorltTs Record for
Cotati, CaL, Aug. 7. Frank El
liott set a new world record for
SO miles on a board speedway
here yesterday when he won the
Cotati spring race in 25:49.72. El
liott made an average speed of
117 miles an hour. Tommy
Milton was second and Eddie
H earns, third. :
WE8TEBX LEACl 7.
W. L. Pot. W. L.
St. Jos. 74 41 .44;Denver 40 To
Tulsa 72 44 .621 1 Buffaloes 57 SS
Sioux City 61 49 .8i6 Okla. City 62 63
Wichita 61 S3 .540, u Moines 29 73
Tulsa, t; Buffaloes, S.
Wichita, 6-6; Sioux City. 3-S.
Oklahoma City, 8; Des Moines, 6.
Denver, 1; f. Joseph, 0.
Buffaloes at Tulsa.
Sioux City at Wichita.
Dea Moines at Oklahoma City.
Denver at St. Joaeph.
NEBRASKA STATE LEAOIE.
W. I,. Pet.!
W. L. Pet.
12 16 .448
. 12 16 .429
10 18 .357
16 10 .6l5iFalrbury
17 11 .OOTjii. island
13 13 ,366Haatinga
7; Beatrice 4.
10: Falrbui'y, . y
others scheduled. .,.
Beatrice at Lincoln.
Hastings a Grand Island,
Norfolk at Falrbury.
W. L. Pct.l . W. I.. Pet
New York 61 41 .B98Plttsburgh 63 47 .530
St. Louis 62 43 .590'RrookIyn 49 61 .490
Chicago 65 48 .534 Phlla.
Unci. 6 60 .S24:Boston
Pittsburgh; 17; Philadelphia,
Boston, 9; St. Louis, 8.
Clnclnnatl-New York, rain.
Chicago at Brooklyn, ruin.
St, Louis at - Boston.
Cincinnati at New York.
Chicago at Brooklyn.
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia.
26 60 .376
24 65 .343
W. I,. F
W. L. Pet
55 64 .505
49 55 .471
41 61 .402
40 65 .381
St. Louis 68 43 ,600 Cle'land
New York 63 44 .588 Washing.
Detroit 67 .60 .632 Phlla.
Chicago 64 61 .514 Boston
Cleveland, 7; Boston, 0.
Chicago, 13; Philadelphia, t.
New York, 4; Detroit, 3.
St. Louis, 16: Washington,
Philadelphia at Chicago.
Boston at Cleveland.
New York at Detroit.
Waahlngton at St. Louis.
W. t,. Pct.l . "VT. L. Pet.
St. Paul 68 40 .630 Kan. City 55 57 .491
Milwaukee 65 49 .570 Louisville 53 67 .482
Indiana'lis 62 47 .669lcolumbus 40 71 .360
Min'apolia 60 48 .556Toledo ; 39 72 .345
Y esterday's Results. "
No games scheduled.
, Today's Games.
St. Paul at Louisville. .
Minneapolis at Indianapolis.
Kanaas City at Columbus.
Milwaukee at p'oledo.
Dallas, 3; Fort Worth, 6.
Wichita Falla, 15; Bhreveporr, 3.
Galveston. 5: Beaumont, 6. (Eleven In
nings). Houston, 4; San Antonio, 3.
Birmingham. 2; Nashville. 3.
Mobile, 5; Chattanooga, 5; called 10th:
' Memphis-Nashville, game forfeited to
base on balls: Off Wright, t; off Mo
gridge. 2; off Erickson. 1. Struck out:
By Wright. 4; by Mogridge, U by Erick
son, 2. Hits: Off Mogridge, 10 in 6 1-3 in
nings; off Erickson, 9 In 2 2-3 innings. Hit
by pitched ball: Brower, by Wright. Los
ing, pitcher: Mogridge. Umpirea: Mori
arity and Dineen. Time of game: 2:17.
Ruth Wins for Yanks.
Detroit, Aug. 7. Ruth's double and
Schang'6s single in the ninth gave New
York a 4 to 2 victory over Detroit. The
"Babe's" bat was a potent figure in the
game, his single In the fourth inning
when the Yankees grouped five of their
hits, driving in ths tieing run.
NEW YORK. DETROIT.
S. Jones, p
6 2 4 01 Blue, lb 4 1 10 1
1 2 2tC'tshaw.2b 3 0 14
4" 2 0( Cobb, cf 3 0 2 0
0 8 11 Veach. If 4 1 -
1 3 llH'Imann.rt 2 90
0 3 01 K Jones. 3b
2 4 21 Rlgney, as
i e l
Totals 37 It 37 10
Totals 30 ( 27 11
iBatted for Cutshaw In ninth.
xRan for Veach in ninth.
Score by innings:
New York 000 '300 0014
Detroit 300 90 0003
" Summary Runs: Witt, Ruth, Ward,
S. Jones, Blue, Cutshaw. Hetlroan. Er
rors: Hellman. Rlgney. Pillett. Two-bass
hits: Ruth t2), Wsrd. S. Jones. Three
tase hit: R. Jones. Sacrtflro hits: Coob.
Doubls plays: Bcott to Pipp; Cutahaw to
Rigney to Blue; Blue to Baraler to Bine;
R. Jones to Culshaw to Blue. Left on
basea: New Tork. 11; Detroit, 2. Bases
on balls: Off Jones. 2: oft Pillett, 4.
Struck out: By Jones. 3: by Pillet. .
Hit by pitched ball: By Pillett IS. J ones v.
Umpires: Owen snd Hildcbrand. Tims:
O.N A HOT NIGHT
I'lratss Trounce) Phillies.
Philadelphia, Aug. 7. Pittsburgh Von
a slugging match from Philadelphia In
the nrat gams or tns series, 17 to 10. i
M'nvllle.ss 6 2 1 21 Rapp.Sb (400
Carey.cf 6 2 3 Parknsn.ib 12 11
Blgbee.lt 2 0 O'WIllams.of i860
Barnhrt.rf 2 1 0 01 Mokan.lf 4 3 4 0
Russell, if 2 14 OlWalker.rf 111
Tlerney,2b 6 2 0 4 J. gmlth.ss 112 2
Traynr.Jb 2 6 2iLes.lb i 3 1
Grimm. lb 6 2 10 OiHsnllns.e t 1 6 1
8chmldt,e 6 3 8 11 Welnert.p 14
Cooper.p 110 0 Slngletn.p 4 4 4 1
Carlson. n 2 2 4 0 Hubbell.n 3 411
Glasner.p 2 2 0 1 sW'stons 14 4 0
Totals 48 22 27 loj Totals 43 15 27 I
sBattsd tor Hubbell in ninth.
Score by innings:
Philadelphia 222 200 02010
Philadelphia 222 200 020100
Summary Runs: Maranvills, Carey (2),
Blgbes (3), Barnhart, Ruaasll (2), Tler
ney (2), Traynor, Grimm 2), Schmidt (2),
Glasner. Rapp CO. Parkinson (2), Walker,
J.- Smith, Lee, Weinsrt. Errors, Carey,
Bigbee, Lee, Singleton. Two-base hits:
Bigbee, Rapp, Mokan, Schmidt, Russell,
Grimm, Carlson,' Williams, Traynor. Three,
base hit: Tterney. Home runs: Walker,
1. Smith, Lee, Glaaner, Sacrifices, Grimm,
Maranville, Walker. Lett on basea: Pitta
burgh, 10; Philadelphia, 10. Baas on
ba'IJ: Off Welnert, 3; off Hubbell, 1; off
Ca.T on, 4. Struck out: By Wsinert, 8;
by Cooper. 2; by Glssner, 4. Hits: Off
Cooper, 8 In 6 2-3; off Carlson, l in i-3;
off Glasner, 6 In 6 2-3; off Welnert, 7 In
3; none out In tourth: oft Singleton, 4 in
1-3 innings; off Hubbell, 11 In 6 2-3.
Winning pitcher, Glasner. Losing pitcher:
Singleton. Umpires: Moran and Quigley.
. Braves Beat Cardinals.
Boston, Aug. 7. Six runs in the eighth,
three of which were scored when Hornsby
muffed Ford's short fly and fall, gavs
Boston a to 8 victory over St. Louis,
and prevented St. Louis from taking the
league lead. Powell and Fournier made
home runs. Smith and Alnamith each had
four hits. In four times at bat.
Powell, cf 4 2
Nixon, If 5 2
Nlchol., rf 2 1
Boeckel, 3b 3 1
AB.H.O.A. Powell, cf 4 2 3 0
Flack, rf 6 11 01 Nixon, If 5 2 2 0
Stock, 3b 4 0 0 2 Nlchol., rf 2 16 0
Smith. If 4 4 2
Hornsby. 2b 4 1 0
Top'cer.ss 4 0 1
Lavan, ss 0 0 0
F'urnier, lb 4 2 11
M'eller, cf 6 1 7
Holke, lb 4
Ford, as 4
Kopf, 2b 6
O'Neil, o 4
Watson, p 3
M'Na'ra, p 0
Oeschger, p 4
Alnsmlth, c 4
Clemons, c 0
Hainesr p 4
Barfoot.p ' 0
Sherdel, p 0
Totala 35 27 10
Totals 39 13 24 10
xBatted for Lavan in the ninth.
xBatted for Watson in ths eighth.
St. Louis 020 003 0128
Boston 001 010 16x 9
Summary Runs: Flack, Stock, Smith,
Hornsby, Toporcer :, Fournlsr (2), Nixon,
Powell (3), Nicholson (2), Boeckel. Kopf,
Gowdy. Errors: Hornsby (2), Haines,
Ford (2), Kopf. Three-base hit: Alnsmlth,
Home runs: Powell, Fournier. Stolen
basea: Nixon, Nicholson. Sacrifice hits:
Hornsby, Boeckel. Double play: Boeckel
to Kopf to Holke. . Left on bases: St.
Louis, 8; Boston, 10. First bass on balls:
Off Haines, 6;' off Sherdel. 2: aff Wat
son. 1; off McNamara, 2. Struck out: By
Haines, 2; by. Oeschger, 1. Hits: Off
Haines, 8 In 7 1-3 lnninga; off Barfoot.
I in no inning (pitched to one man); off
Sherdel, none in 2-3 Inning; off Wataon,
II In 8 Innings; off McNamara, 1 in no
inning (none out in the ninth); off Oesch
ger, 1 in 1 inning. Wild pitch: McNa
mara. Winning pitcher: Watson. Los
ing pitcher: Barfoot. Umpires: Hart and
u uy. rims or game: z:05.
Hefinessy and Wesbrook
Win Doubles Tennis Title
Chicago, Aug. 7. John Hennessy
of Indianapolis and Walter Wesbrook
of Petroit won the doubles' cham
pionship in the western tennis tourna
ment yesterday from Ralph Burdick
and lritz Uasuan of Indianapolis,
7-5, 8-10, 6-1, 0-3,
Past WeeVs Record
in Major Leagues
New York, Aug. 7. The week's
record in each major league of games
played, won and lost, together with
runs, hits, errors, .men left on bases
and runs scored by opponents in
cluding game of Saturday is as tol
P. W. U
7 3 4
S 4 1
H. E. LB.OR
Chicago . .
3 86 19 4 40
14 38 17
Boston . . .
1 4 14 34
Chicago ..... i
Cleveland ... 7
Washington , 7
Philadelphia . 7
It 36 5
64 88 1:
It 62 4
II M 7
played I to 7 tis Wednesday,
to Tulsa, 9-3
Tula. Okl Aug. 7. Home runs
by Lamb and Dennett and Mc Laugh
lin' ttralght pitching enabled Tulsa
to defeat Omaha today for the fourth
straight time, the core being 9 to 3.
ru. A. K.
Malsssa, 3b v
MasMssh, rf . . ,
Heraaas, lb ,,
M tiros, ss . .
Totals II , I IS 14 17
tssanwU If 4 4
Thasnpsa. Sb 4 S
Davis, K t
Lamb, rf ....I I
ltWrlt, lb S I
Itaamas), 3b 4 I
Smart, as 4 I
Wltle, 4 I
McLaughlin, .... t
H. PO. A. r,
Totals II S 14 27 14
xBatted for Darrough In ths ninth.
Omaha S44) 64 SIS S
Talssj . 104 (MM six 4)
Summary Kamad snusi Omaha. I
Tulaa, S. Left on baaea I Omaha, 7 1 Tulsa,
4. Tsro-baao alls! pence r ill, nanaas
Baamaa. Ham rsnai Griffith. Msswrtt,
Lamb. Havrrlrtco biti McLaughlin. Basra mm
ballet Off Darrongh. 4. ' Mtrnrk osrf li By
MrLaawhlta, li by Dammgb, S. Tlmrl
1:40. Umpires! Hoi mas and Oraeso
Denver Bears PuD
Double Steal and Win
St. Joseph', Mo., Aug. 7. One run
scored in the seventh inning as the
result of a double steal won for Den
ver here today. Gross and Hovlik
each allowed but five hits.
4 111 lOBrien.cf 4 1 4 II
Star' son, lb
Brown a, ss
4 4 1 SOomas.If I 1 a H
44 4 OShanlay.lb 4 4 1 4
4 14 lLong.rl l i ii
iKerr.es 4 0 4 6'
IC'right.lb I 1 14 41
IKIlhulen.c 4 1 4 11
lOross.B 4 14
4 Totals 27 4 37 111
Totals 20 1 27 16
Scors by innings:
Denver 000 004 100 1
St. Joseph 004 000 0044
Summary Run:Kerr. Error: Oroas.
Earned runs: St. Jossph, 0; Denver, 1.
Baaea on balls: Off dross. : off Hovlik,
5. Struck out: By Gross, 1; by Hovlik,
4. Left on bases: Denver, (: St, Joaeph,
I. Two-bass hits: Olaen, Gomes, Hovlik.
Doubls splays, Hovlik, Browns. Olsen:
Gomes. Kerr. Shanley. Sacrifice hit:
Gomea. Hit by pitched hall: Stevenson,
by Gross; Kerr, by Hovlik. Paaaed balls:
Kandlar. Stofen bases: Oomea. Kerr, Kll
hullen. empires: Held snd Donahue.
Witches Win Two.
Wichita. Kan.. Aug. 7. Wichita took
a double-header from Sioux City today, 4
to 3 and 6 to f. Ths lsst gams was won
In the ninth when the horns team scorsd
five runs after two men had gons out,
Scors first game:
SIOUX CITT. I WICHITA.
Hsm'on, ss 4 11 0t Smith, cf 4 0 1 0
Ham'ay, 3b 4
Elsh, cf t
0 OiBlak'Iay, If 4 13 0
4 0 W'ash'n. 2b 4 2 2 4
3 01 East, rf 3 13 0
2 01 Berger, aa 4 2 2 2
6 3 Butler. 2b 2 0 4 2
4 II Haley, c 4 3 6 1
4 4 M'Dow'a, lb 4 1 10 0
0 0 Sellers, p 3 0 0 2
4 0 Totals 32 ( 27 13
Totals 35 11 24 2
xBatted for Wilson In eighth.
Slour City 110 000 0103
Wichita 401 100 OOx 6
Summary Runs: Hamilton, Oatergard,
Shangllng. Smith, Washburn (2), East,
Berger, Butler. Errors: Shangling, Butler,
Sacrifice hits: Hemingway, Wilson. Two
baas hits: Hamilton, McDowell, Wash
burn. Hits: Off Roettger. 1 and 4 In 1-3
inng; off Wilson, 6 and 2 In 4 2-3 in
nings. Doubls play: Washburn to Berger
to McDowell. Struok out: By Wilson, 4:
by Sellers. 5. Bases on balls: Off Roettger,
4; off Wilson. 2: off Blossom, 1; oft
Sellers, 5. Left on bases: Wichita, 12:
Sioux City, . Umpires: Fitzpatrick and
Davis. Time: 2:00.
SIOUX CITT. WICHITA.
41 Smflh. c
0 East, rf
0 Berger,, ss
0 Butler, 3b
2 Haley, c
1 McD'ell, lb
UMaun n 3 0 15
-IrGrlfflth 10 0 4
. Totals 83 12 26
Totals 36 9 27 12
Two out when winning run scored,
sBattsd for Maun in ninth.
Score by innings:
Sioux City 000 000 302 S
Wichita 000 001 0056
Summary Runs: Hemingway. Mattick,
Klsh, Palmer, Query, , Blakesley, Wash
burn, isast (X), verger, errors: Hem
ingway. Query. Berger. Butler. .Haley.
Sacrifice hit: Davis. Two-bass hits: Elsh,
McDowell East. Query. Three-base hits
Mattlc, Hemingway. Stolen base: Berger.
Earned runs: Wichita, 5: Sioux City, 3.
Double play: Query to Palmer. Struck out:
By Davis, 4; ty Maun, . aases on nans
Oft. Davis. 7: off Maun. 3. Left oi
bases: Wichita. 10: Sioux City. 4. Wild
pitch: Maun, Davis. Umpires: Davis and
Fitzpatrick. Time: 1:50.
Indians Hit Hard.
Oklahoma City, Okl., Aug 7. Okla
homa City took a free hitting gams from
Dea Moines today. S to 4. Doubles by
Windle and Moors snd Young's single in
ths eighth produced ths winning runs.
DES MOINES. OKLAHOMA CITT,
5 4 4
4 0 2
5 1 Krueger.lf
I Tate, 3b
5t Moore, cf
4 Young, p
3 2 0
4 2 4
4 2 2
3 2 4
2 2 4
Conolly.3b . 6
Banner, c 2
Cross, p 3
Totals 41 15 24 16 Totals 35 17 27 1
Des Moines 03 003 000 6
Oklahoma City ....200 810 02x 8
Summary Runs: Genin (2), Wagner,
Horsn, Banner, Gross. Pitt. Felber 2),
McDaniel. Long. Windle. ' Errors: Horsn,
Cooper, Moore. Brady, Toung. Two-baae
hits: Genin. Pitt. McDaniel (2), Windle.
Moore, Toung. Stolen basea: Genin. Fel
ber. Bases on balls: Off Brady, 1; oft
Cullop. 1: off Cross. 1. Hit by pitched
ball: Banner, by Brady and Toung. Struck
out: By Cross, 1: by Brady, 1; by Toung.
1. Runs and hits: Off Cullop, 6 and 4 In
3 2-3 Innings: off Cross, 3 and 7 in 4 1-3
Innings; off Brady, 6 and 10 In 4. Innings,
none out In sixth: off Toung 4 and 6 In
4 innings. Winning pitcher: Toung. Los
ing pitcher: Croas. Doubls playa: Windle,
Felber to McDaniel: Turgson, Cooper. Left
on bases: Des Moines, 11; Oklahoma City,
5. Earned runs: Des Moinss, 6; Oklahoma
City, 8. Umpires: Anderson and Lewis.
Omaha Horseshoe Pitchers
to Compete in Tourney
A good representation of Omaha
horseshoe tossers will be on hand to
compete for prizes totaling $125 in
the third annual Nebraska Horse
shoe pitchers' tournament at Ash
land next Saturday.
Boston, Aug. 7. Joie Ray of the
Illinois A. C, easily won the Walter
Scott mile race at the annual same
of the Boston Caledonian club Satur
day in the slow time of 4:43 3-5. J.
J. Connolly of Georgetown univer
sity and G. M. Marsters of the Bos
ton A. A. came in second and third,
Peter the Brewer Captures Feature
Race at North Randall Track
N'orifr Kendall. Cleveland, O., Au. 7. Nit Ray of Cleveland, formerly
of Toronto, Ont., had a field day at the opening of the second Grand Cir
cuit r seine meet here today, winning two of the three events, one of his
mounts, Peter The Brewer, owned by F.d Stout, I'ontiac, Mich., capturins;
the Fre4 trot, wiih a value of $5,000. the feature of the card.
Peter The llrewer wa a favorite f -
in me Dcmng ana iook ins rveni in
straight heats. Baron Worthy and
Eleanor Guy furnished what contest
there wn in the first heat after a
fight down the stretch for the place,
Baron Worthy winning second place.
In the second heat Eleanor Guy re
verted the decision, taking the place.
Ray alio drove Robert Direct, the
favorite, to victory in the first divi
sion of the 2:14 pace.
The other event, the second divi
sion of the 2:4 pace, went to Buddy
Mac, in straight heat.
Just ai the horsfi were scoring for
the first heat of the 2:04 pace a ter
rific storm drove the thousands of
spectator to cover and a heavy rain
made further racing impossible. The
events left undecided will be raced
off tomorrow, if the track is in con
dition. The black silk of Edward F.
(Pop) Geers, dean of Grand Circuit
drivers wa missing here today for
the first time since 18A0. Geers
shipped his horses from Toledo to
4:14 class pacing, puts (First
Hobert Direct, ch. g , by Walter
Direct (Bay) t 1 re
Fsgan, b, g.. by Walter Dlrsct
tPalin) I I 1
Ths Sherwood, ill, i , by Nor-
chen (Murphy) 4 4 1
Lady Todd, b. m. by Kentucky
Todd (Rraklna) i I 4
Osorga Patenter, br. g , by Rustic
Patenter (King) 4 4 4
Jim Alfrlng and Pltlnum also atarted.
Tims; 1:07; :0S'4 1:14.
4:14 clsss pacing, purse. 11,104. (Sec
ond division): ;
Buddy . Mas., 4. 4 . by Wllkos
B. M. Ea br. f.. by Little Frank
Jolly airier, in., by Blnjolla U1-
Edna Forbes, h, )., by Todd
Forbes (Beede) S
Volen Bells, b. . m., by Nervolo
Msxlns W., Lark Spur sad Rulle Cock.
sto also atsrted. .
Time: 5:01(4: t:0m: l:14i.
Ths Press, 2:14 class trotlng. puras,
Peter ths Brewer, b. c. by Pater
Ths Orsst (Ray) 1
Baron Worthy, b. c, by Worthy
McKIKnney (Lewis) 1
Eleanor Ouy, b. f., by Guy Ax
worthy (Lootnla) 1
Tolua Boy, blk, h., by Bonnla Tolus
fBrltsn Field) 7
Taurids. b. m.. by Psttr ths Qreat
(H. Flaming) ...4 4 4
DavIS Axworthy. Peter Pluto and Teddy
Jay alao started.
Tims: 1:04U; l:10t,: 1:01.
Omaha Amateurs Win
Two Omaha amateur teams in
vaded out-of-town diamonds yester
day and carried away the swag.
Art Dyck held Sac City to two
hits and the South Side Merchants,
Metropolitan league champions, won
a game at Lakeview by a 6 to 1
score. The South Side ace struck
out 10 men..
Krupski pitched the Woodmen of
the World to a 6 to 2 victory over
Dennison, la., on their opponents' lot.
The Drive-It-Yourselfs hit a snag
in' the Shenandoah Mountarbors,
who won from them, 7 to 3. Moore
and Nieman worked for Shenandoah,
and Crawford and Delehanty for
Charley White Kayoes
Barrett in Third
New York, Aug. 7. Charlie
White, Chicago lightweight, to
night knocked out Bobby Barrett
of Philadelphia in the third round
of their 15-round match in New
Every cigarette full
weight and full size
Copy right 19::, Licc.tr s& Mvsas
(Jets Two Homersi'Jii
St. Louis, Auif. . Vrleran bc-
ball wrncr tonight said that Ken
neth N ilium. Iriideliler tor
i he St. Louis Browns who
knocked out his 2Vth and
.U)th home runs in the sixth
inning of today' game be
tween the Washington and St Loui
Amerciaus, set a new modern major
league record, as they could not re
call any other instance in modem
baseball where one player cracked
out two circuit drives in the same
By hammering out the two tour
base hits, Williams forged ahead of
Kogerr Hornsby of the St. Louis
Cardinals, who has 28 home runs
for the major league home run cham
pionship of the season. Jacobson
was on base each time Williams
clouted the ball in the rightfield
bleachers for the circuit.
Golfing Family of
Father, Mother, Son
Play Similar Family
San Francisco, Aug. 7.-The golf
challenge of the Upson family of
Sacramento to play any similar
family of father, mother and son
has been accepted by the Osborne
of Ssn Francisco and three matches
will be played, one at the Del Paso
Country club of Sacramento, one
on the Olympic club links in San
Francisco, and the rubber one on
a neutral course.
The" Upson, family consists of
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Upson and their
son, Loren, who are well known
California golfers. The Osborne
combination is composed of J. S.
Osborne of the California Golf club,
Mrs. Osborne and their son, Eg
bert, usually known as "Togo,"
who is a member 01 the Olympic
club and was junior champion of
California in 1920.
The agitation for ."a living wage"
is confusing. It is just as difficult
to define what is a living as what
is a wage.
Track Major Athletics
TAKING the heretofore loosely handled athletic reins in
a vi6e-like grip, Arthur Schabinger; new Creighton di
rector, already has formulated plans for the Hilltop
school's athletic future. '
The new director has been in Omaha a week, coming
here from Emporia college atf
rected sports two years.
Schabinger plans to make base
ball and track major sports along
with basket ball and football and
to develop intramural athletics with
the ultimate .goal of a "second Notre
His plans eventually will neces
sitate a stadium.
The decision to bar freshmen from
varsity competition may weaken
this season's football and basket
ball teams, but it will be adhered
J$ ' ' .fifteen -t
' Suffer Defeat
Lincoln, Aug. The Usjue-laad-ing
Beatrice Bluest suJiertd t setback
here lodiy when Lincoln reaa1h
first game el Hit series, 7 to 4. Score:
4 I I 4,sm
Al N O A f
!! is It I I I 4,Bpisa'sr. as 4 I 4 ,
Wired r. I I III I'tarais I SI 4,
ru,na. a alia it. s a 'S
laa,il 4 I 4 S Conker s 444
la. if 4 I 4 1 SVmI. If 4 11
labga.Jk 4 I I I -, Ik I I II I
a us. if I 1 1 Sn.lt k. it 4
4 I S
4 I I 4
SV.,re br IBS.ais
H-elihs 4SI 44 414-4
MikuIs . 444 (4 Ha t
aamhery Biiaat Ketasjusrra, Klrohas.'
Uuibtt, Hovrtss. Spraatai, ear via, 'aakairf
f4l, X'i'ey. Binkar, Mesaatt. Brrsrs;
Maina (II. I'bser Ssraafaf, !) (Si,
Thr...ba. hit: Smith. Tsa.aass kits:
Quiun. slaawell. se.nrttes lys 44), H
l or Kstnad ruits: Baattiro, I: Llaasl. 4.
Stolen baaaat Uowtaaa (t). Slakes Last
sn basrs: Beatrice, I. Uaceln. Struck
..ill Hv Marquis. II by aiaswsTI. 4. Vasae
an bslle: UK Ms is ale, ll art Meawell, 4,
Wild ulirhi llatwell. I'malrao: Laiaabark
sad w'nealsr. Tune of same; I l,
arfolk Baals Nifcear.
Fatrbary. Nek , A 'if T Norfolk (ash 1
tori a aama with relrkarr. 14 la 4
buarbln hits In ths atath Inninf . srhau ;
rniMlra jonneoa ruiea a asui an ar
Uii. kall waul tor a horns ma. Ths loeele
proteetad. clatmins lb ball foul. Soars,
ABIIOAI AB HO. A I
Alh'lon.aa 4 11 4; Sooner, aa 414
Mil .11 2b 4 1 1 1 Ferry, lb ( 4 S I
Marr. l 4 11 II MtD'sH.rf 4 11.
Hou... If 4 4 1! H.lehle, If tit
CnaiD rf S 1 i W'Snsn.la i t
Clark, c I! BUM. cr a I 0
Uravee, tt SIS I Cf dana.tb 4 S
Haerty.lb S 1 4 1 O'Caaor.o) 4 I I I,
Birr.it. p 4 14 1'Lovlrh p 4 1 t
! Totsls 41111114! Total II II II I
, SMirs by innints: ' '
Fslrbury " V;.'.'.".-.'!.'.".'.'.'i44 111 14
Summery Huns: OMhnm, MUsholl
tJ). Marr. Clark. Orsyee (D.Hstonr !,
Harnett, Rooney. Itelchls. Wlmbush i t.
uoodain (1). Krrnrs. Roonay (I), Wine
bush. O'Connor. Tws.bass bile: Athsr
ton, O'Connor, l-ovlrh. Horns roast Oos
wln. Marr, Mitchell. Struck out? By
l.svirh, : by Harnett, 4. Dssibl plays:
Kooney to Uooderin to Wlmbnsh. Stelea
bases: Roonev to Wlmbnsh to Oeedwln.
Basea on balls- off Urich, I: oft Bar
netl, 4 I'mpirs: Johnson. Tims: !'
Title Change ft Sought
for Legislative Billt.
Lincoln, Aug. 7. (Special.) Peti
tious calling for changed titles to
four bills passed by the last legiila-'
ture and referred to referendum wwe
filed in the Lancaster county district
court today by John Havtkost, Her:
man Mever and George H. Suhr.'
They object to the titles prepared
uy rtitui ii j vv-isi v4bs,iivv ,
Davis, claiming they are tnisleadinf
and unfair. The action was directed
aaainst D. aL: Amsberrv. secretary
of tcte, who is in charge of sending"
out copies of the four laws to voters
fpr perusal 55 days in advance of the
regular election. -.y
Emporia, Kan., where he di
to. nevertheless,'- he. says.
Next 5-ear will see stress placed
on track and in two years the school'
should be able to meet college com
petition with fair success. .. j'
To Teach 'Em to Bos.
Baseball will not be pushed for
the present. ' v v
Minor sports also shall share his
attention. ?uch as swimming, box--ing,
wrestling and handball. DeJ-;
velopment of teams in these sports.
will. start this fall.' y
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