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TIIE OMAHA' SUNT) AT BEE: JT7LT 22, 1905.
PCEBLO WALLOPS MORRISON
Icdi&u Win Lwrt Gime by Tonndinr Tbeir
Old Turn Mate.
MINOR TOO GOOD FOR OMAHA TO HIT
Tlome Tram Does Sipfrb Work
tba' Field. Making;' Three Fla
a, Double Pleis Bat
Bill Morrison, tn his first name In an
Omaha uniform, failed to. demonstrate
that he vai altogether Indispensable to
tha pennant winning aspiration of any
club. In fact William didn't establish
any precedent at Vinton Hi reel park yes
terdar which would entail an Impossible
effort on the part of any of hi team
mate on the. alah. Nor did Mr. Morrlaon
do that which might tend to make Helee
pinch himself for letting go of the om e
famoua De Molne pitcher who. last
on, tu one of the Jonah to Omaha bat
ter. When Frank Selee' - Indian per
ceived that It wa their playmate of yes
terday In the box they amlied. picked up
thalr bat and went at him and when they
came back they had seventeen hit and
even run to their credit, which wa
enouaTh to win the game, for Omaha had,
meanwhile, got but eight hit and two
runs eft Minor.
And Pa 1 (till any on pitcher.
Minor, aald from pitching ball that
mi too good for Omaha to win off of.
joined In the watfet on hi old team
mate and batted out a home run. It wa
bang, bang, bang from tart to finish and
bad not Omaha put up superb work behind
Mr. Morrison thing might even have
looked worts for him.
6ele aald hi team had to win game
and it I doing It. Since It started In to
' play ball none In the league ha been do
ing more consistent work. Had It started
Anything like a well as it Is going now
It place in the standing would not.be
Tare Faat Doable Plays.
; Omaha made three faat double play
and the only error was, a dropped fly by
Howard, who had run back for It. How
ard was the only Omaha player who could
hit Minor at the right time.
The game started welt enough and It
looked as If the Rourkes would have a
walkaway. .After McOilvray. had walked
' In the first, a neat double retired the aide
and; Omaha came to. bat. Three hit In
succession were made and It looked as If
Minor was going up after Ayer In a
balloon, but he settled down and all Omaha
got was one lonely run. Carter hit safe
as did Howard, when Perrlng came along
with a bunt which brought Carter home
with na one out. Welch sacrificed them
each on a base and Bassey hit to Shugart,
who caught Howard at the plate. Dolan
struck out .and Pa's chancea of winning
the game In the first Inning were gone.
Pueblo started In the second just a
Omaha had in the first. The first three
men up hit safely, but none scored on the
hit. Fluke flew out to Carter and Melcholr
cored on the throw when Bader hit to
Howard, who, with the aid of Runkle and
Dolan. made a double. Omaha did not score
again until the ninth,' for Minor had settled
down and held them safe at all time, but
three hits being made from the first to the
ninth and no two of these In one inning.
' Tha tale of - the Pueblo runs would be
imply the story of successful hitting. In
the eighth Bader hit for a single, when
Minor hit a ball which cleared the fence
Just inside tha foul line in left field.
Omaha made one ' of Its regular ninth
- inning rallies, but it was too late, the
Tuebs had too big- a lead. Runkle fl Iw out
to Flake with a line ball and Gondlng
reached first when, he drove the ball too
hard for Elwert to handle. Morrison hit
safely and Carter batted the ball to the
pitcher, who threw to third In time to
catch Gondlng and Just missed out on a
double to first. Howard hit to first and in
the sorambls was safe, while Morrison
scored. Perrlng tried hard enough, but the
. ball went to Cook and the game wa over.
Two games will be played thla afternoon.
the first to be called at 2:30. De Molne
comes Monday. -
. The score:
Cook. If ,
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Totals 40 7
Carter, rf t 1
Howard. Ih 4 . 0
Perrlng. 3b t 0
Weli-h. rf 4 0
Bay. If 4 0
Dolan. lb 4 fl
17 17 II
Runkle. re J 0
onnins, c o
Morrison, p 4 1
Runs 0 1
Hits 0 S
Runs 1 0
Hits ., 1 1
I 27 14
Two-base hits: Melrhoir. McOilvray.
Flske. Home run: Minor. Bases on balls:
Off Morrison, 4; off Minor, 2. Hit by pitched
ball: Howard by Minor. Struck out : By
Morrlaon. 1; bv Minor, 2. Ieft on bases:
Omaha, 10; Pueblo, 11. Stolen bases: Cook,
Melrhoir, Runkle. Double plays: Howard
to Runkle to Dolan (2); Perrlng to Dolan.
Sacrifice hits: Welch, Gondlng. Time: IM.
t'mplre: McCarthy. Attendances 1,000.
I)OTr ICaay for Champa.
DF.3 MOINES. July 21. The Champion
batted Engle hard this afternoon, ran base
almost at will and won by a score of 13 to
1 from Denver. The Orlxslles had no chance
to score and made but five hits, scattered
through four innings up to the ninth, when
Manske let down and allowed Ave hit and
three score. The game wa fast and clean,
the one error being of no Importance,
Pelden allowtng a bounding ball to get
away from him giving a Champ an extra
Dexter, lb, c
15 27 14
T. Smith, as..
Russell,, cf ....
Totals W S 10 24
Des Moines 2 0 4 0 0 0 4 J IB
Denver 0 000. 0 000 21
Stolen bases: Caffyn, Schlpke, weinay.
Andrea 2t. Two-base hits: Bcbipae, uex-
tcr (2), Towne, Hogrlever. Andrea tel.
Belden 2. Bases on Dans: wri r-rgic
off Manske; 2. Hit by pitched obji: ey
Engle, 2. Struck out: By Mansne. . oy
Engle, 2. Passed halls: Zalusky, 2; by
Towne.. 1. Time: 1:20. I, mplre: Davis. . At
tendance: 1,400. , ,, . . ,
sloux Bat Opportunely.
RTrvrv pttt ..Tnlv si. I.onse claying In
the field and heavy hitting on the part 'of
Sioux City resulted In two scores on each
side In the first two Innings. There wa
nothing more doing until the eeventh, when
the local landed hard on Pop Eyler, pound
ing him all over the lot for a total of four
runs and clinching the game by a score of
8 to 6. Fltcber Jones waa iorcea w retire
In the fifth as the result of being hit on
the ankle hv a batted ball. Jarrott was
touched up for ten hits, but they, were
pretty well distributed. . score:
AB. R. H. PO. A.
4 2 12 0
. AB. R.
H. PO. A. E.
Ketchem. cf '. 6 1 0 .2 0 0
Barton, ss S 0 1 1 1 I
Wolfe .............0 0 0 0 0 0
Oulllln Sh B 0 2 0 I I
Thomas, lb 4 -l l i u
Collin, rf 6 0- 2 0 1
Fenlon. If. ...... ......... Ill 0 0 0
Cannier. 2b 4 0 0 2 1
Klnran, c l l ? w
Jones, p....... 111 0,1
t.yier, p.... o i v i
Total 37 6 10 24 I
Batted for Barton In the ninth.
Sioux City....' 22000040
Lincoln 1 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 0-1
Earned runs: Sioux City. 5: Lincoln. 3.
Two-base hits: Campbell, Newton, Barton,
Collins, Fenlon. Zlnran. Home run: Freese.
Double play: Jarrott to Frost. Left on
bases: eiioux City. S: Lincoln, 9. Stolen
bases: Thomas, Collins, Fenlon. Sacrifice
hits: 8heehan, Barton, Thomas. First base
on bnils: Off Jarrott, 1; off Jones, 2; oft
Eyler, 2. Struck out: By Jarrott. 6: by
Jones, 1; by Eyler, 4. Time: 1:25. Umpire:
Standing ol Jhe Teams
Played. Won. Lost.
Des Moines 77 5 22
Omaha 75 40 35
Denver 7S 39 39
Sioux City 78 34 44
Lincoln 78 32 46
Pueblo 7 31 45
Games today: Pueblo at Omaha, Lincoln
at Sioux City, Denver at De Molne.
BATTIXG AVERAGES OF THE TEAM
Falling Off for the Week of Seventeen
Omaha as a team dumped In It batting
average last week. Seven men fell off and
seven gained, Morrison having Joined the
team during the week and playing but one
game. Hut the gain waa not sufficient to
counterbalance the loss. Ip to lant Sun
day the team average for the season was
.i.4 and today It la .2.u. Even this Is not
bad team average and If the pitching de
paitment waa anywhere near up to the
batting Omaha would be giving Des Molne
a muni closer rub lor first place. A It
Des Molne continues to Increase ita lead
while Omaha has not increased Its per
rentage. Welch stay In first place and
Joe Dolan la second, Perrlng third, each
being above the .30ti mark, but each has los
during this last week. Faithful old Oondlng
keeps up nis abnormal slugging gait, hav
lng gained twenty uotnts n the lust week
Bassey picked up some and Howard boosted
I his percentage Just thirty poi.ns. Here are
the figures up to yesteraay a name:
AB. R. H. Av. Week
2X 61 SO .31 .352
255 3S 81 .317 .323
'l 66 92 . .319
20 8 6 . 300 .352
310 fit 8 .277 .3m
lf"0 34 64 . 276 - .246
199 28 64 .271 .2.M
'Ui 23 58 .261 .261
4 1 1 .260 ....
73 7 18 . 246 .147
tl 9 22 . 241 .27
84 3 8 . 235 . 235
249 45 64 . 217 . 216
68 6 14 .1 .190
69 t 7 .118 .130
2,349 . r 646 .267 774
Rogers . .-. ,
SCHl YI.ER SHI T Ol T BY GOOD BALL
Fremont Wins with a Two-Base lilt
and Una Costly Error.
SCHUYLER. Neb.. July II. -(Special Tele,
gram.) Fremont today defeated Schuyler
In a well played game, 4 to 0. Both team
played good ball, but an error by Compton
of Schuyler let In two rnns and a two-hnse
hit by Shea brought In two more. The
features of the game were the star pitch
ing of Bradley of Fremont and the double
pUy of Richardson, Jellen and Ooden
schwager. Schuyler takes a two weeks'
trip through the state, plavlng Grand Is
land and other western points. Score:
B H O A E. B.H.O.A B.
Melr. as 4 Oil 1 Jellen. lb. ... I I I I
K.ira cf 4
Run. Ib 4 0 1 1
Tomtrnvan. lb 4
rt.lrr.la, lb... 4
Hermoa, rf.. 4
Primly, cf 4
Wheeler, lb.. 4
Shea, t 4
ORIrh'OaoB, aa.1 T
OComplon, K.I 0 1
so nech g r. lb I 0 1T
OPika, cf...... l
Smith, c I I I I
OPiereos. rf... I 0 0 0
M I IT
T I Totals M 1 It 11 1
.. 000000000 0
Smith. Struck out: By
Bradley. 7; by Sililts. I. First base on balls
Off Bradley. ; off Stmt. Cv Hit with
pitched ball: By Bradley, L Time: l ia
Iowa Lean IhiIIi.
MAR8HALLTOWN, la.. July SI. (Special
Telegram. I Following are
tha result In
tlie loaa 1
Fort Dodgs. 12: Waterloo. 1.
Oekaloosa. 2: Burlington. 1.
('lifiten, 7: MarshaJUowa. (.
Kkua, Xli Utlunws,
BROOKLYN DEFEATS CHICAGO
Trolley Dodren Bnich Hit with tho
Errori of tl Cnbt.
BROWN BLOWS UP IN THE SEVENTH
Three Singles, a ramble and
a - Steal Gives Them Three
Risi' ana tha
CHICAGO, July 21. Brown had Brooklyn
elples for six innings today, but in the
seventh, with two out, a fumble followed
by three singles and a steal gave the visit
ors the lead with three runs. They added
three more In the ninth on Brown's only
pas, two errors and a triple. Score: '
B H O A K. B.H.O.A E.
Me loner, cf.. 4 4 1 Sleale, cf.... 114
Caeey. lb 4
111 8he.era, It.. 4 I
I 0 OSrhulte, rf... 4 114
10 0 Holmm, lb.. I 0 I
I I 1 Stelnfaldt. lb. 4 1 0
1 0 Tinker, m.... 4 1 I 1 I
1 I OEvers. lb 4 I I 4 1
T 1 0 Kiln, e 4 010
0 10 Hron. D till
Lumley. rf... 4
nrilan, lb. ... 4
Hummel, lb.. I
MiTarthr. If. 4
Lewis, as 4
Bera-an, c 4
Btrtrklett. p. 4
Uilr 1 0 0 0
U t ST 17 S
r Totals 14, I 17 10 I
Batted for Brown In ninth.
Brooklyn 00000020 I
Chicago 10010000 11
Deft on bases: Chlcavo. 7: Rronklvn. &.
Two-base hit: Schulte. Thaee-base hit:
Ever, Lewis. Sacrifice hit: Slagle. Stolen
base: Lewis. Double- play: Maloney to
Hummel. Struck out: By Brown, V; by
Stricklett. I First base on ball: Off
Brown, 1: off 6tricklett, 2. Time: 1:66.
Boston Easy for St. Louis.
8T. LOUIS. Mo.. July 21. St. Louis easily
defeated Boston today, 6 to 1. Score:
ST. LOVIS. BOSTON.
Burrh. cf 4 14 1 0 Rrldwell. ..4 I 1 I 0
Benaett, lb... I 1 I 1 0 Tanner, lb... 4 110
Merles. If.,.. I 1 1 C Brain, lb 4 0 0
Oratfr. e 4 0 1 1 Rates, cf I 1 0
Noonan, lb... 4 II 0 Howard, If... I 1 4
Marehall, rf . I I 1 1 0 Polan, rf 4 0 I
Hoetetter, lb. I 0 1 0 O'Neill, ....! 0 4
Mc Bride, aa.. I 1 1 4 1 Slrob.1, lb... I I
Brown, I Oil epteHer. ....! 1 1
Totals M mil 1 Totala II I 14 11 1
St. Jxul 1 0 100 0.1 0 -
Boston 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 01
Earned run: Boston. Two-base hit:
Pfeffer, Tenney. Sacrifice hlta: Bennett,
Howard. Wtolen nase: Mate. nil oy
pitched ball: By Brown, 1; by Pfeffer,.!.-
Wild pitch: FfefTer. Unt Daae on nans:
Off PiefTer, 1. Struck out: By Brown, ii;
by pre tier, 4. Left on Danes: m. iouis.
Boston, 6. Time: Las. umpire: jonn-
Cincinnati Wins In Team.
ffNPTKW ATT Jtilv 21. After two strike
had heen called on him and with two men
ut In the teaHi Jade,- the. locals' Indian,
nit out a single tnai eoorea mo winin6
CINCINNATI. PHILADELPHIA. :
B.H O A B. B.H.O.A.E.
Huuins, lb.. 4 14 0 Thomas, cf. .. I I I 0 0
Keller, It ... I
0 VOloaaoo, ID... 1 v a
Tltua, rf I 1 I 0 0
0 0 Coortnay. lb. 4 0 14 0
0 0 Magee, If 4 I 0 0
0 0 boolln. as.... I 1 I I 0
1 0 Brna0el4. lb 4 1 10 0
I 0 Dooln, e 4 0 0 0 0
1 0 Sparka. I 0 1 2 0
Deal, lb I 1 10
Deletaantjr, lb I 0 1
Stasia, c 4
Corcoran, as.. 4
Schlel, c 4
Praeer, p I
Totala II 9 10 11 0 Totala II 111 II 0
Fraser out for interference.
Two out when winning run scored.
Cincinnati 0.0 1 000000 1-2
Earned run: Cincinnati, 1; Philadelphia,
Two-base hit: Blegel. Three-base hit:
Titus. Sacrifice hits: Fraser. Delehanty.
Stolen bases: Huggtn. Kelly, Schlel. Struck
out:. By Fraser, 1. First base on Dans:
Off Fraser, 3; off BparKS, 1. Time: 1:45.
Umpires: ' carpenter ana conway.
Ganley Wins for Plttabnrs;.
PITTSBURG, July 21. Oanley's batting
was directly responsible for tne victory
of the Plttsburgs over . New York. He
batted in four runs and scored two himself.
He hit Taylor and Ames alike, score:
PlTTSBrilO. NEW YORK.
Leach, lb I I I 4 Breanahan, c. I 0 I 1 0
Beaumont, cf. I 110 0 Hhannoa, If .. 4 0 1
o 9 neymoar, ci. a i i
4 OMrOann, lb.. I 1 10
0 0 Devlin, lb.... 110
0 0 Dahlen, aa.... 4 11
f 0 Strang, rf.... 10 0
0 Gilbert, lb... Ill
1 0 Taylor, p I 1 0
'Browne 1 0 0 0
Totala tl 17 14 Amor, p 4 0 0 1 0
, Smith 1000
Totala 10 4 14 II I
Batted for Taylor In the sixth.
Batted for Amea In the ninth.
Pittsburg 0 0 4 0 0 0 3 1 S
New York 000101000-2
Earned runs: Pittsburg. 3; New York, 1.
Two-base hit: Wagner. McOann, Taylor.
Sacrifice hits: Clarke. Lynch. Stolen bases:
Wagner, Strang (2). Double plays: Wagnor
to Nealon, Leach to Rltchey to Nealon.
First base off balls: Off Lynch, 6; off
Tavior, 2: off Ames, 4. Struck out: By
Lynch, 4: by Taylor, 2; by Ames, 2. Hit
with Ditched ball: Gilbert. Wild pitch
Ames. Left on bases: Pittsburg, 6; New
York, (. Hits: Off Taylor, 5 In five Innings;
off Ames, 4 In three Innings. Time: 2:05,
Umpires: O'Dey and Emslie.
Standing; of the Teams.
, Played. Won. Lost
Brooklyn at Chicago, Philadelphia at On
Innatl. - 1
GAMES I- THE AMERICA- LEAGl'E
Philadelphia Wins Close Contest from
Chlcaso on a Slntile.
PHILADELPHIA. July 21.-Both tsrlrlers
f. Itched good ball today, but Plank'a single
n the sixth inning scored the winning run
for the locals. Score:
B.H.O.A.E. B.H.O.A E
umul. If... I I 0 0 OHahn. rf 4 I 1 :
Armb'ater, ef 4
H. Ha via, lb. I
Sevbotd. rf . .. I
Murphy, lb... 4
Croea. aa 4
Knight, lb... 4
Powers, c 4
Plank, p 4
OJonee. rt 4 1 o
Olebell, b I
OQ. fjavie, aa.. 4
1 Donohue, lb. 4
0 Dougherty. If 4
Ogulllean. c... I
OTannehlll, Ib. I
0 White, p I
Totala. .....U II It 14 1
Totals II 1 14 II I
Bated for Whits In ninth.
Philadelphia 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 0
Chicago 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 02
Left on bases: Chicago, 7: Philadelphia.
10. Stolen banes: H. Davis, G. Davis, la-
bell. Two-base bits, irons (21, U. Davis.
Three base hits: Hansel, Plank. Sacri
fice hlta: Isbell, Tannehill. Struck out: By
Plank, 3: by White, 4. Bases on balls: Off
Plank. 2: off White, 1 Time: 1:67. Um
Detroit Wlsi from New York.
NEW YORK. July 21. Detroit found
Chvsbro' pitching easy today and the locals
were held sale vv Donanue. i ne grounds
were rain soaited and slippery and rain
fill during the first three innings. Jones
was put out of the game and off the field
for disputing Umpire O'Loughltn's deci
sion on ball and strikes. Score:
DETROIT. NEW YORK.
B H O A K. B H O. A E.
Joaea. cf I 110 OConray. ea. ,.4 0 110
Payne, cf I
ISO a Keeler, rf-...4 I 0
114 Orhaee. lb 4 1 II 1 I
10 0 OWllllama, Ib. 4 1 1 4
110 IMorlarlir. Ib. I 1 I 0
II Delehanty, If. 4 1 1 0
I II 0 I Hoffman, tl. I 1 1
111 OThomaa, e.... I 0 1 1 1
0 0 0 Cheebro. p... I 1
Srhaefer. Ib . 4
Mrlntyra. K. . 4
CougMln. lb. I
Llndeay, Ik. 4
O Leery, as... 4
0 0 I Veeger 1 0
Totals M 10 IT II 1
Totala II 4 It II I
Batted for Chesbro in eighth.
Detroit 1 O00pl0ll-
New York 0 0000010 01
Two-base hits:, Jones. Payne, Schaefer.
Three-base hit: OJ-eary. Stolen base:
Chase. Hlta: Off Chesbro. 7 in eight innings.-
Left on bases: Detroit. 4; New York,
a lose on balls: Off Chesbro. 1: off Dona.
hue. 2. Hit by plumed ball: By Chesbro. ifl
Struck out: By lisrason. i: ny uonanue. fx.
Pasaed ball: Thomas. Umpire: O'Lougblln.
Time: 1 la.
i Games Postponed.
At Washington St. Louis-Washington
gsjn called at end of first Inning; wet
At Boston develend-Boston game post
taaeHasT of tha Teams.
Played. Won. Lost.- Pet
New lorx ...
St. Louis ft 42 40 S13
Washington 4 61 .3A
Boston U 30 J ,41
No gmee today.
GAMES I AMF.WICA- AMOCIATIO
lalsvllls Wlae Twice from Kansas
( Hr hy Marvin One Una.
KANSAS CITY, Julv 21 -Louisville won
two came from Kansas City today. Put.
rrann relieved Kenna In the ninth Inning
rf the flint game when Kansas City hsd
commenced a batting rally. The second
game was called at the end of the fifth
to allow the vtaltor to catch a train; Score,
LOiriSVlIAJt. KANSAS rtTT.
B.H O A . B.H.O.A..
Mailman, rf . . 4 i I 1 Kill, cf -4 I 0 0
Slorall. cf...r4 II WaMme. rf.l 1
Braahewr. lb . I Oil rerrlne. fa. .ft I I 0
a Siilllran. lb 4 II 1 PbTla, lb I 1 1 I 0
Kerwln. If... I 1 1 0 1 Burke, lb.... I Oil
Womlrufl, lb. I t 1 I ocaaaadr. I' -.l 0 4 1
toer. c I 1 I 1 o Leahr .e 4 I 4
OuIMm. as... 4 1 I I J gulltTui, lb I 0 14
Kanna. a I 0 1 Trent! 1 1 0 0
Pnttmann, 0 0 Bohannoo, a. 11 I t
Totala II I n 14 I Totals It I 17 II (
Frants batted for J. Sullivan In ninth.
Louisville 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 02
Kansas City 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 12
Two-base hits: Stnvall. Hill. Three-bsse
hit: Bohannon. Struck out: By Bohannon,
2: hy Kenna. 2. Bases on balls: Off Bo
hannon, 2: off Kenna, 4. Wild pitch: Bo
hannon. Double plays: Qulnlan. Brashear
and Sullivan: Perrlne. Phyle and J. Sulli
van. Hit. by pitched ball: Burke. Quinlan,
Perrine. Stolen bases: Hallman. Stovall.
Sacrifice hit: Kenna. Hits. Off Kenna,
I In eight and two-thirds Innings. Time:
2:02. Umpire: Owen.
Score, second game:
Hallreu. rf.. I
Hill, rf I
0 Waldron, H.. I
Btonll, cf.... I
Braabear, lb. 1
S lllTan. lb I
Woodruff, lb. 1
Btoner, c I
Qulnlan, ss. .. 1
Dunkle, p.... I
0 Periin. aa... 1
0 Pbrla, lb I
Burke, lb.... I
OCaaaadr. If... 1
Loahe, e 1
J SulllTan, lb
OCrutcher, ... 1
oxaia it it o
Totals II I II I
Kansas City 1 0 10 02
Louisville 2 0 1 0 0-1
(Game called In firth to allow visitor to
Base on balls: Off Crutrher, ft; Off
Dunkle, I. Struck out: Bv Crutcher, 1: by
Dunkle, t Hit by pitched ball: Burke,
lilts: Off Crutcher. 2 In two and two-third
Innings; off Durham, 2 In two and one-third
inning. . Stolen bases: Hill, Hallman. Sac
rifice hit: Perrine. Time: 1:00. Umpire:
v. Eighth Straight for Colnmbas.
MINNEAPOLIS, July 21. Columbus won
their eighth straight game today, beating
Minneapolis for the fourth time. Ford
and Berger both pitched good ball. ' Friel
drove in eVery one of the visitor runs.
s?y- ' COLVMBtTB MINNEAPOLIS.
B.H.O A B. B.H.O.A.E.
Fl-krlng, rf. I 0 1 0 0 Deri., cf I I I 0
Wrlgloy, lb.. I
eSulllien. rf.. I
0 Oremlng r, Ml I
Hlnchman, rf I
oulter. If.... I
1 Hart. lb....
Klbm, lb..... I
0 Graham, aa.
Frlol. Ib I
Hulawltt. as.. I
Blue. .c. 4
Berer, p 4
Totals IS I 10 II 1 . Total! 14 (TCI It I
One out when winning run waa made.
Columbus 0 01000010 13
Minneapolis 0 00000101 0-2
Two-base hit Gehtirur. First, base on
balls: Off Ford, 3; off Berger, 8. Struck
out: By Berger, 10; by Ford, S. Hit by
pltohed ball: By Ford, Hulswttt, Hlnch
man. Double play: Hart (unassisted).
Passed ball: Yeager. Stolen bases:
Gremlttger (2), Graham, Coulter, Hulswitt.
Sacrifice hits: Sullivan (2), Fox, Wrigley,
Coulter. Left on bases: Minneapolis, 8;
Columbus, 11. Umpire: Egan. Time: 2:16.
Seven Doable Plays la Milwaukee.
MILWAUKEE. Wis.. July 21 In a came
featured by seven double olays Milwaukee
defeated Toledo today by a score of 6 to 4.
Other features was the all-round clever
work of Knabe of Toledo, who had eleven
fielding chancea without an error and a
single, a double and a home run In four
times at bat. Score:
Robinson, ss. I 0 I Cllngman, aa. I 1 I I 0
Oreen, rf I
1 I 0 J. clerks, if. 0 0 0 I
0 4 OOdwell, cf.... 1
110 ONanoe, rf 4 I I 10
Mil Krueger, lb.. 10011
111 0 Knabe. lb.... 4 III
3 0 0W. Clark, lb I I I I 0
Bateman, . lb. I
Boetlle, .... 4
H. Clark, lb. 4
Hemphill, et. t
M'Cheaney, If 4
110 4 Land, o I 1 I 1 0
Ib 4 I 4 -4 OButthoff, p.
10 0 10
.14 14 14 II
Totala II 10 17 17 1
Milwaukee 1 2 0 0 1
Toledo 1 0 0 0 1
0 0 1 -4
Hlta: Off Hynes, in five Inning; off
Curtis, 8 in four Inning. Two-base hits:
McChesney, MeCormlck. Knabe, I'llngman,
W. Clark. Three-base hit: Odwell. Home
run: Knabe. Stolen bases: Knabe, Mc
cormick. First base on ball: Off Suthoff,
off Hvne. 2: off Curtis, i. Hit rjy
pitched ball: By Butthoff, 2; by Curtis, 1.
Struck out: By Butthoff, 1; by Curtis, A
Double plays: Robinson, MeCormlck and
Bateman. 3; Cllngman to Land; Clark
to MeCormlck; Nance to Cllngman to
Knabe. Sacrifice hits: Land. Bateman,
Hemphill. Left on beses: Milwaukee, 7;
Toledo, 8. Umpire: Kane. Time: 1:60.
alnts Win from Hooslers.
ST. PAUL, July 21. St. Paul made it
three out of four from inmanapous today,
winning the game by a score of 7 to 2.
T. PACL. INDIANAPOLIS.
Oeler. lb 4 1 0 I 0 Dunleary, rf . 4 I 10 0
Drill, c 4 I I
YenZandt, cl. I 1 1
Frlak. If 10 1
Wheeler, lb. . 4 1 I
Rock' fold, as. I I I
Partden. lb... I 1 4
K el ear. rf.... 10 1
Atherton. lb.. 1 0 1
OHImee. cf.... 10 10
OTerr. lb 4 I 11
OWllllama. as. I 1 I 1
1 Perry, if 4 1 0 0
Marcan, lb... 4 1 I 7
OKahoe. c 0 4 1 I
0 Holmea, a.... I 0 1 0
p.... 10 17
Totals M lltiu 1
Totala II I 14 II
St. Paul 0 0 0 4 0 0 t 0 "7
Indianapolis 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 02
Two-base hits: Rockenfeld, Wheeler,
Padden, Vansandt, Carr. Stolen bases:
Rrlll. Wheeler. Atherton. Williams (21
Double days: Hlckey to Marcan to Carr:
Hlckey to Marcan; Rockefeld to Padden to
Wheeler. First base on Dana: urt HicKey,
7; off Morgan, 3. Hit by pitched ball: By
Hlckey, Frlak. Struck out: By Morgan
2: by Hlckey. 1. Sacrifice hit: Drill. Mor
an. Williams. Left on bases: St. Paul. 8:
Indianapolis, . Time: 3:10. Umpires: Sul
livan and WerdeL.
Standing: of tha Teams.
Played. Won. Lost. Pet.
Columbus S3 59 34 . 634
Milwaukee 90 49 41 t44
Toledo M 47 42 OS
Minneapolis 92 48 44 6-2
Louisville 89 46 43 . 617
Kansaa City 90 39 61 .433
St. Paul 59 38 51 AST
Indianapolis 88 34 64 . 386
Games today: Columbus at St. Paul, To
ledo at Kansas City, Indianapolis at Mln
neapolla, Louisville at Milwaukee,
Three Faat Teams at Diets
Three faat amateur team will play this
afternoon at Diets park in two games, the
first scheduled to begin at 2:16. This game
will be between the Victors and the Diets
Athletes. The second game will be between
the Diet team and the Corona. Next
Sunday the Cherokee Indian will play
two games, one of tnem ty eiectno ugtu
ine lineup lor today game follow
Bogetts, Murphy. Pttrti..
B. et M.'a Lose to Field CInh.
The Field club base ball team won
well contested game Saturday afternoon
at the Field club grounds from the B. aV
M. team, which was reinforced for the oc
casion by several players from the Ideal
Hustlers of Council Bluffs, the score being
to 1. The railroad men were unable1 to
do anything with fiord T. who pitched
splendid game. Score: R.H.E
Field Club 00031210 I 16 1
B. M 0 0410000 0-1 Jl
Two-base bits: Carr. Hoagland. First
base on balls: Off Carlson, 2. Struck out
By Carlson. 2; by Gordy, 7. Double play
Carlson to Rothsrv to Wahl. Passed Sails
By Rothery, S. Hit by pitcher: Kelly
Moro Kwarawy Men Go lo Lea a.
KEARNEY. Neb., July B. (Special Tele
rrain e C. Y. RLa-rk has aocepted the po
sltion as manager of tho Rock Island taani
Mr. tasuu also secured ntcner riuwe.ru
Ceotar rwldor Dowers and First Basemai
SCRIBNER PICKED TO WIN
Loojii Up How as Nxt Champion is City
CON YOUNG WILL NOT DEFEND TITLE
Mieh Interest Centers In Game In
Chamntoaahlf) Tonrnnment la
Pro areas at tho field
Many game were played In the city ten
nis championship tournament at the Field
club Saturday afternoon and some were
filled with Interest. The consolations were
started, and the doubles as well as them
will be played off as fast as possible next
week, so the director expect to get down
to the final in doubles by the middle of
the week. Rain has Interfered with the
tournament considerably and very few
games have been played during the week,
although the championship in single has
reached the semi-finals.
All interest seemed to center in the match
between the old foe.men, Scrlbner and Cald
well, who hav met several times before
In tournament, with Scrlbner coming out
winner of late, aa he did yesterday. Cald
well won the first set, 4-1, with the points
24 to 26. Caldwell played at tha net all
the time, but Scrlbner equalised thla by
splendid back-hand drives.
Bcrlbner took the agresslva Ib the) second
et and passed Caldwell . quite frequently,
winning the set, 0-2, tha scores being 31
and 20. Tha third set proved a long one
and looked at first to be Scrlbner', but
when the score was 4-1 Caldwell braced
and took the next two. The seventh game
wa a long one, requiring 24 points, and
wa won by Scrlbner. On the ninth game,
with the score 6-S, Scrlbner was twice
within one point of the game and match,
but Caldwell braced and by calm playing
made two beautiful passes to duece and
the game. Caldwell took . tha next two
games, with the loss of but one point, mak
ing the score 8-5.
Game See-Saws Amid Cheers.
The game see-sawed, with the large gal
lery cheering every point won and lost,
and some magnificent tennis was played.
Scrihner finally won the. nineteenth and
twentieth games, making the score ll-. The
total point for the last set were 76-75.
The Collett-Hughes match was also inter
esting and looked, for- a time as If .the
end would be different than ft wa. Collett
had Hughe 6-2 In' the first set, and when
the game was 6-3,' with Collett wN thin one
point of the game, Hughes ' braced and
finally won out.
The deciding game of the Potter-Scrlbner
match waa also well contented, and Potter,
who has had little chance. to practice this
spring, surprised all with his superb game.
He passes quickly and makes clean strokes
at the net and with practice would make
one of the most formidable applicants for
city championship honors.
The wise ones who sit and watch the
game from the gallery and porch of the
Field club are now picking Scrlbner as
winner of the tournament, which will give
him the title of city champion, a Conrad
Young, holder of the title at present, will
Details of Score.
City Championship Singles Third round:
Kohn beat Martin, 6-3, 0-4. -
Hughes beat Koch, 6-3, 6-2.
Scrlbner beat Caldwell, 3-6, 6-S, 11-8.
Schneider beat Love, 6-0, 6-2.
Consolation Singles Preliminary round:
Hlllls beat Hamilton, default.
Heyn beat Foster, default.
Redlck beat Reed, 6-1, -0.
Richards beat Wilkin. 6-3, 6-7, 6-3.
F. Potter beat Wood, 6-1, 6-3.
Newell beat Burnett. 6-2. 6-1.
Weat beat Wilson, default.
Hunt beat Cornwall, 6-0, 6-2.
Cooley beat Harris, default.
Pritchett beat Headley, 6-2, 6-4.
Newell beat West, 7-5, 6-3.
Hunt beat Cooley, 6-0, 8-1.
City Championship Doubles:
Heyn and Heyn beat Dufrene and Ras-
mussen, 8-12, 6-2, 6-2.
Heyn ana Heyn beat Cornwall ana Rich
ardson, 6-S, 6-0.
EVENTS ON THB3 RlJI!SG TRACKS
Faat Flylna; Vlralnlan Wins Steeple
chase nt Brighton Bench.
NEW YORK. July 21. Dishabille, ijlayed
down from 2 to 1 to 8 to 6, won the Isllp
handicap, one mile and an eighth, at
Brighton beach today, defeating Tokalon.
winner of the Brooklyn handicap, with
Von Tromp third. Ballot won the 17,500
Neptune ataKea at six furlongs. Flying
Virginian, played down from 16 to 1 to 8
to l at tne close, easily won tne curragy
stakes, rtecpiechase. (told Coin, Miller up,
finished first in the fifth race, but was d s-
qualified for fouling Voladay. Miller was
lined lliA) ana suspended for two days for
reckless riding, summaries:
First race, five and a half furlongs
Athens won, Mortlboy second. El Capltan
tniro. Time: i:im".
Second race, atee.plechase. about . two
miles: Flying Virginian won, Phantom seo-
ond. PatagOnlan third. Time: 4:31V.
Third race, nandloap. one mile and an
eighth: Dishabille won, Tokalon second,
von J romp tnira. rime: i:t4.
Fourth race, six furlongs: Ballot won
Don Enrique second, Aletheul third. Time
Fifth race, mile and a sixteenth: Vola
day won, Lord Badge second, Charlatan
intra. Time: i:4.
Sixth race, six furlongs: King's Daugh
ter won. Sir Russell second. First Premium
third. Time: 1:14.
Seventh race, mile and a sixteenth: The
Clown won, Hyperion second, Mandarin
third. Time: 1:48.
CINCINNATI, July 21.-Results at La-
First race, seven furlongs: Dr. Bnrch
won. Scotch Dance second. Self Reliant
third. Time: 1:33.
Second race. Ave furlongs: Hybrid won,
Demo c-cond. Handspike third. Time: 1:044,
Third race, six furlongs: Sister Francis
won. Matador second, Meadow Breeze
third. Time: 1:16..
Fourth race, mile, handicap: The Minks
won. Colonel Jim Douglas second, Gu
Heldorn third. Time: 1:46.
Fifth race, aix furlonga: Bud Hill won,
wetDr second, la veita tnira. Time: 1:06.
Sixth race, seven furlong: Banposal
won, The Mate second. Knowledge third.
Tune: i:si"). .
Seventh race, mile: Fonsoluca won. Bel
den second. Daring third. Time: 1:4H.
Races at Wynore,
BEATRICE, Neb., July 21. (Special.)
Saturday waa the closing day of the Vy
more circuit race meeting, and the attend
ance was large. The last heat In thu 2:10
pace was the fastest ever paced In Ne
Drasxa ana gives tne vt ymore track
atate record for speed. Results:
Class 2:10, pacing:
Ellen , 2
Jessie M 4
Dr. Tom 6
Time: J u, ::u, 3:114.
Class 2:27, trotting:
Ralph 12 11
Wax Wing 2 4 4 1
Helen C 8 I 1
T. C. B 4 13:
Mis Derby 6 6 ds
Time: 2:. 2:21. 2:214. 2:204
Running, mile dash: Ben Lear won, Os-
lan second, Mellior third. Time: 1:SV.
Field CInh Golf,
Golf at the Field club Saturday was for
the Foster cup4 eight to qualify. These
eiaht will play off at medal play with
handicaps at 36 holes,
M H. LaDouceuer
tiros. Hdcp. Net
Oldfleld Wins Sweepstakes.
DETROIT. Mich., July a. The finals in
the Wolverine ewoepatakes for a purse of
ti 500 in gold furnished the feature of the
second day of the sutomoblle races at the
State Fair track. Barney Oldfleld. Albert
Webb and C. A. Coey of Chicago were
tha throe drivere left la thla event after
yesterday' preliminaries. Coey was pitted
against Oldflsld In the three-mile semi
final, and Barney won ths heat aftar an
axcitlcf flnlao. oovsrlnf thk three miles In
TAlllV ADMISSION TO
Nordln's Concert Dand
Velvet Roller Coaster
Row Doats Launches
VaotWille Theater, Japanese Ball Game',' rmny Arrd IVmllng
Alleys, Shooting (Jallcry, Morry-Go-Itonnd, flrpar Camp
Baby Rack and Many Other Attractions.
GRAND TRIPLE OFFERINGS THIS WEEK OK
JUBILCK DRAMA AMD MUSIC
For Four Day Twice Pally Opening Today The World-Famou
8LAYT0N JUBILEE SINGERS.
RE-ENGAGEMENT OF MR. 8ANFORP DODGE AND COMIW.W,
WHO WILL PRESENT COMMENCING TODAY
DON CAESAR DE BAZAN.
THE USUAL CONCERTS TWICE DAILY BY
ROYAL CANADIAN BAND,
rnmlnrt tVonla MONDAY, MAY 2.1 Postponed Fourth Annual
VUUUliy E.V tills Outing Benefit Wise Memorial Hospital.
JULY 2 FOR ONE WEEK CHEVALIER GAKGIl LO and his
Italian Concert Band sixty musicians.
THE KRUG PARK CAFE is very superior. To order in advance
telephone Benson-1 4 O.
All Street Cars Transfer to and from Km Park.
Harney ft lth Sts. Tel. Douglas-815.
Week Beginning Sunday, July 22
TODAY, 2:80 TO-fllGHT, 8:15
Concert In summer garden, 7:45
MR. and MRS. WATEROUS
Bijou 8tock Co. Presenting
IN OLD VIRGINIA
A realistic one-act comedy drama.
HUGH Mc OORM1CK .
The Great Ventriloquist
RUSSEL and HELD
"On dress parade"
PAULINE COURTNEY ' '
Tne popular music hall singer
BIJOU MOVING PICTURES
Clearest and steadiest ever shown
west of New York
POPULAR PRICES. 10c, 20e,.80c
Bar gala Mats. Wed. and Sat, 10-SOo.
J:1S4. The final heat was at five miles,
with nMflald and Webb driving agalunt
each other. Oldfleld won the heat "and the
event by about three feet. 1 ne nme jor
the five miles was 6:11V. Albert Webb, C.
A Coey and H. W. Freeberg of Jackson,
Mich., met In the five-mile handicap event,
whlcn coey won in o:on. n"f" ... .
cine, w ib. , 1113m " " .
the afternoon s racing, winning the event
for cars luiiy equiipeu. m -
In value, and also the fifty-mile race.
HARVARD ItpSES FIRST HOME GAME
Returns from Wlnalnsf Tour and Is
Beaten by Haatlnaa.
niuvipn Kph. Julv 21. fSoeclal Tele-
. 11 1 i.i on lntratlna- same
arrant. -ni ' '".- -
of ball here today to Hastings, the score
being to 3. inaDimy 10 "".."" V
Iral times was the cause of Harvard s de
feat. The Harvard team had Just returned
from a week's trip In which they won four
out of the five games played and were in
a badly crippled condition Score: R H E
Hastings 0 0 4 0 ! M 0 M lj j
Harvard i " " v " ' -
D.n.,iu' MaetinsTs. Durse and Poteet:
Harvard, Sanderson and Ling. Attendance:
Water Works Rivals.
. 11 - U . K.. n arranrMt for RundaV.
A D&ll Kaillv no. 1 . .. o -
July 29. at Minne-Lusa parK at Florence
between the teama represriniiis
force of the omana waier wiuiwuj "
the employes of the Mlnne-Lusa pumping
1. ... .'um'i Bhi.iHa who la caotaln
for the Omaha team, says he will reverse
tha score or last year, wnno -dred,
who has charge of the home nine,
say he will have to be hown. The lineup
Is as roiiowa: - . . .
Minne-Lusa-Charley Taylor. center,
T...11. rl.hr fharlev Crala. left:
Jamea Kindred! first base; Ueorge Green,
second base; oln M. oimu-on, iimu
Philip Craig, short: BUI. Storms, catcher,
Elmer Taylor, pitcher.
Omaha-George King, center: George
Smith, right; Willi Barber, left; C. K.
... k.... K" K 1'nrlerwood. eC-
ond base; Bert Vnderwood, third base; H.
Pollack, short; tuny enieias, wmi",
Trostler, pitcher. ' . . ,
Substitutes Mlnne-Lusa: Joe R"th Bill
Hass, Tom KUIngton, F. H. Marshall.
Real Game of Ball.
. w . n hi. DAat irbttftte
t aDtain mi r.111 11 e nw ,,
exchange ball team are burled to the necks
In arlory. paiurony oiicinw,,
-,hon evaded rlaht In end de
feated the D. J. O'Briens. A same had
beon arranged between the gray beards
among the real estate and g rain men. and
. . . u. Y.i V. ...4 m formidable
tnougn eacn biuo .l..-..,.- v.
lineup, not enough of the players showed up
. 1 . S m it u a Ana fsa VY1 ff a
at the oan grounu. " -
ir nothing of two. So the boy had to do
the Playing., There was some .pectacu ar
from the Grain exchange. The girls In the
grandstand said it was the funniest thing
they ever saw when Pete Burke, out In
the right field, stubbed his toe on a bumble
bee and plowed his nose Into the turf, the
ball passing over his supine form.
" ..K.r.a tam won hV
. s to 4. after which they beat
O'Brien's team 6 to i.
The lineup in ine nr '-
. . Second .
MeCools la 'hat Oat.
BERTRAND. Neb . July ll.-(SpeclaI Tel
egram. i-Bertrand defeated the crack team
from McCook today by a acore of U Jo 0.
Looee "laying on the part of the visitor
lost them the game while the local played
a fast and furioua game. Mets, the es
league pitcher for McCook. was pounded
out for eleven hlta while Atkinson held
the visitor down to three kcrstche. Score:
Batteries: Bertrand. Atkinson ana mc
Whorton; McCook. Met. Bchmltz and
Powers. Hits: Bertrand, U; McCook, .
Errors: Bertrand. 2; McCook, . Struck
out: By Atkinson. 1; by Met. 1; by
Boys Wis Fast Game.
HOLDREGE, Neb., July 21. 8peclsl Tele-
. t unlrfree Jk.mora dfated the
li.e.n nine her today t to . Hits: Hold-
reae t; Ragan. Errors: Holdrege, 4;
Ragan. 4. Batteries: Holdrege, Keed and
Waterman: Ragan. Ressler. Undvall and
,1 ! . I. . ta.r u .A 1A. l-.v . . -
Ituiaau, airuie uu.. j . j
lr, 1; by Undvall. I Th Holdrag Juniors
Steamer R. G. Gunter
Two Trips One at 2.15. the other at 8:19,
' See the big bridge swing, inspect tho
magnificent waterworks at Florence nd
enjoy a cool, Invigorating river trip.
MUSIC. DANCING. FARE JSC. '
Special Excursion for Speclxl Parties.
An all-day excursion and picnic Is being
arranged for the near future. Apply to
HARRY WILKINSON. Agent.
VINTON STREET PARK
Omaha vs Pueblo
July 20. 21, 22, 22. .
FRIDAY JULY 20, LADIES' DAY.
GAMES CALLED 8:45.
A. O. U. Wi 1N. 159 i
THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 26.' 8. P. M.
STEAMER SUSAN "...
Tickets, 2Je v.: Dancing Free,
Is a newly formed team here consisting
largely of high school boys and tinner the
management of J. I. Rhea, and from their
performance today are going to play last
Game la Tliree-I League.
At Rock Island Rock Island. 1: finrini.
At Cedar Rapids Cedar Ranlds. 7: De
At Peoria Dubuque. 4; Peoria, 3.
At Blominaton Sloominaton. 2: Iiaven.
(leanooil Defeats Malvern.
Oi.RNwnnn. fa ini n ,k,..i ,i int
one of the liest ball games ever plavert In
Qlenwood the local team defeated Mal
vern ift.p itilpruin 1 . . . i . . . : i i .
by the acore of 2 to 1. Connor lanned
iwrnijr-uim m mr iinrii'en Miniums. t.sai
terles: Connor and Lacliapellc, Dtarduif
and Master. Umpire: C. Jones.
Wayne Normal Wins.
WAYNE. Neb., July 21.-(Speclal Tele
gram.) The Nebraska Normal college and
Carroll clubs engaged In a good gttme of
ball at the colk-ge grounds this afternoon,
Carroll winning by a score of ! to ti. Bat
teries: College, pile and I.undy; Carroll,
Evans and Tiff.
Country t'lnb tiolf.
The qualifying round for the Countiy
club golf chiimplonshli was played Sal.u
day afternoon on the Country rluh links,
sixteen to qualify. The low si-ore waa iiuuM
by Sprague Abbott, who larne in null a.i
So. Those qualifying are kivhii below ami
they will play down In the orrirr in whi. ii
their names are given: J. I". M.igro, 11.
lemlst. J. II. Butler. W. (. liimue, F.
Oalnes, John Redlck, Fred Hamilton, H.
Kimtiall, Will Biirns, T. K. Kliuliali. K.
Sprague, A. V. Klnsler. J B Kahm, A.
Mct.'lure and Sprugue Abbott.
Western Tennis ( hnmulonshlii.
CHICAOO. July 21 The nineteenth an
nual tournament for the western tennl'
championship waa begun on the Kenwond
Country club courts here today with the
biggest field of flrnt-class xieri ever seiT
In this event. Tod .y's play was devoted tc
the weeding out process in singles. Ths
best match of the i afternoon was that be.
tween O. C. Vernon of Kanfas City, wh?
beat P. R. Lynch of the Wanderers' Cricket
club of Chicago by a score of 6-0, 6-4.
Mooreleld Wins In Running; Match
MOOREFIKI.D. Neb.. July 21-(Special.',
The fast high school nine of Fiirnam met
defeat at the hands of the Mnorefleld Slug
ger on the Moorefield grounds today. Tne
game was more Interesting than the si or
would . Indicate. It wa anybody's gam
until tne last man wa out. Keore: Moore.
field, 14: Karnam, 10. Batteries: Moore
field, Welch and Palmer; Farnam. - Me
Nlckle and I'hlig. L'tnplre: Hudson.
Wood Wlna filenvlew Cap.
CHICAOO, July 21. Warren K. Wood o
the Homewood club today defeated K. B.
Martin of the Calumet club In the finals for
the Olenvlew golf cup by a score of 2 up
for the 36 hole. His medal score waa 1U.
The Sterlings will play the South Omaha
Star this afternoon at Jetter park In South
And Keefe will Join a show. Well, what
Is the Western lague's loss may be con.
sldered the menagerie gain.
Be lee will have to trot out some of hli
dew pitcher during this series and OniaUi
will proceed to take the game.
Uebhardt of Memphis and formerly ui
Omaha and Des Mulnt-s and Si. Joe, u
now called the "Iron Man" of the south.
Twice-this season he has won two game
Is one day.
The claim has been made that Shannon
was the one player wlo was sure to hit
Jack Taylor. These e(-8t. Louisiana
faced each other FrtufL and bhannou mad
one hit In five times ui.
New York and Pltt.ouig can now fight
a wo lie for second place, a a series 1 to
be played In tti smoky city between tneas
two. In the meanw.'nle Chicago will na
Brooklyn for opponents.
Local fans wsnted to see "Big Jghn"
Pfelsier get a crack at New Toik la tn.
Mr lea Aa New York has so many leu.
banded hitters, it was figured Pfelaltr
would have something on .tnem. , ,
WATCHES Frcnssr, Istn rn.au Dods
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