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    TTIE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, .TUNE 27, 1911.
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PUEBLO COMES BACK STRONG
By 7 to 5 Score Doei Pa's Warriors
Oat of a 0me.
UMPIRE MORGAN HELPS SOME
Oete Shower of Caehloa aaad at Paw
l.rmoaa w'kll Brlaaj Escorted
Irom the flrld by Two Pro
terttos? Policemen.
Standing of Teams
WEST. LEAGUF.
W.Lf'ft.
NATL LEAGUE.
W L Vot.
lshell Pueblo Orphans runt bark too
Btions; for Hohinaon tn th arlxth fram
yesterday's Kama, which Omaha had
tur-ked away, and batted him out of the
box for Tour runa, which overcame the
Kourke lad of three runa, and took tha
game by a 7 to I acore.
Umpire Morgan did hia ahara toward!
handing tha game to Pueblo by giving aoma
very putrid decision againat the Rourkea.
In both caaoa it waa at flrat and bad the
man been called safe tha score might have
been of a different result. The decialon
of Morgan were auch that he waa almoet
mobbed after the game and waa the re
cipient of aeveral well hurled cuahlona and
lemons, ard had to be aacorted from the
grounds by two bluecoats. In every cnae
where Morgana declalons were off color
he called the man out before the play had
been made. In one instance Ferry made a
balk which waa seen by every fan and
player In the park, but the ump never aaw
It for tome unknown reaaon. although ha
waa looking at the pitcher at the time.
Several change were made in the Rourke
lineup. Williams waa out of tha game on
account of a bad ankle which he wrenched
In the Sunday game. Pick, although not
free from the hospital llat was shoved
In the game at third and Schlpk took tha
left field position, while 8ehoonover was
sent to the right field poaition. The com
bination worked good and the Rourkes
played a clever game despite the Ir
regularity In the lineup.
Roblnaon Start t Well.
Roblnaon pitched a good game until the
alxth Inning when Pueblo landed on him
hard. Ha waa Bent to the bench In that
inning and Ixti aent to the rescue and
held the Orphana to three hite and one
run for the remainder of the game. Jack
son started the game for the visitors, but
waa benched in favor of Perry In the fourth
frame. Perry put up a classy article of
ball and kept the Rourkea down with four
hits and no runs for six Innings.
The Rourkea gathered four runs In the
second inning and 'one In the third by
heavy hitting and clever base running.
They were three rune to the good when
Puoblo opened up the fireworks in the
sixth frame.
Mlddleton opened the game for Pueblo
by getting a single to center but waa
caught at second. eBlden singled to left
and stole seoond. He acored oa Hughea'
hit to right.
Omaha did nothing tn its half of tha
flrat but In tha second King started off
with a single to center. Nlehoft followed
with a like one to the Infield. Kneavea
sacrificed both a base. Arbogast doubled
to left and King and Nlehoft raced acroae
the pan. Roblnaon then singled to right
and Arbogast took third. Pick tripled to
light and aent two men In. In the next
fram Nlehoft walked, stole second and
. aoored on Kneavea double to left. Kneavea
died on aecond. ' , - ' if
In tho fifth CI em cms singled to center
for Pueblo, went to aeoond on Perry' iut
to first. Mlddleton singled to the inlield
and Clemons took third, and scored when
Mlddleton waa caught stealing.
Koerner opened the sixth with a single
to center and stole second. Hughea Cew
out to first and Davis landed safely o
Kneavea' error. Bchmid smashed the ban
to tha right field fence for three bags and
scored both Koerner and Davla Clemons
followed with a single and Rchmid scored.
Perrybeat out a bunt and Clemons landed
safely on second. Mlddleton then vent a
single to right and demons brought In .the
fourth and last run of the inning. In the
ninth Bel den walked, stole aeoond, and
acored on Hughea' hit to right. Score:
OMAHA.
Aii. R,
rMck. ifn 6
Kane, lb 1
bt hlpke, if 1
Bchoonover, rf.,
IVUlg, CI.. 4
Nlehoft. 2b
Kneavea, aa. .......
Arbogast, o...
Roblnaon, p.,.,,,.
Lota, p ..
H.
O.
1
15
0
0
1
t
t
0
0
A.
S
0
0
0
0
6
(
1
1
a
Totals 33 5 U 27 18
TueMo TT 3n MV New York. ...17 M tit
Denver .80 its .8 Chlraro 17 S A1
Uncoln 8.1 ..vn Phlladelnhla 87 tt .f'7
Kt. Joe.h...: 28 .V Ptttsbure: ,.,.8R 28 .fi74
Houx Citv...8S 27 .Mt ft. Ioula 83 Tt .WO
Omaha 33 .v Cincinnati ,..28 34 .41
Toneka 2 X .41 Rrooklyn ....II 8S8
Dea Moines.. 11 hi .1751 Boston 14 47 .340
AMER. AflS'N. AM EE. VKACfVK.
WLPctl W.LPrt.
ColumbiiB .. 41 .WM Detroit 43 10 .l
Kansaa Clty.M tt Phlladelnhla 20 .61
Milwaukee .86 itt .607 New York. ...84 24 .V
Minnrni.olls 35 34 .1X171 Chtcaao SO 38 .M6
Louisville ...23 34 .m Boston 3? 29 .S25
Bt. Paul 3.1 3S .4781 Cleveland ...37 87 .431
Toledo 29 40 . 421 Waahlnaton 20 41 .321
Indlanaoolla 39 40 .421) St. Louis 1 45 .362
NEB. LEAOUM. MINK LEAOITE.
WLPctl W.LPct
Superior ....24 IS .6161 Fall Cltv....21 13 .3
Fremont . . . .21 18 .6:5? Marvville ...19 1S.&4
Grand Ial'd.23 20 .MS! Clarlnda 17 17 .600
Kearney ....19 2) .4KH Auburn 1 19 .tf7
Seward 19 20 .44l Neb. Citv....lS IS .
Hatlnr ....1 23 .4M 8henandoah 14 20.411
Columbus ...20 22 . 47
Tork 17 2.1 .42fil .
Vesterdar'a Rcaalte.
' WESTERN LEAGUE.
Pueblo, 7: Omaha, 6.
IJncoln, t; Sioux City, 4.
Topeka, 4; ls Moines, 0.
Denver, 1; St. Joseph, 2.
NATIONAL. LEAGUE.
New York-Brooklyn, rain.
Boaton. 0; Philadelphia, 6.
Cincinnati, 6: Pittsburg, 1 Tan inninga.
AMHitlCAN LEAGUE.
Detroit, ; Chicago, 3.
Cleveland-St. Louis, wet grounda.
Wajihlntfton, 1; New York, 4.
Philadelphia, 1; Boaton, 2.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION.
Minneapolla-Loulavllle. wet grounda
Milwaukee. 6; Indianapolis, 4.
St. Paul. 8-0; Toledo, S-l. ,
KanHB City. 5-2; Columbus, 0-1. 1
n t NEBRASKA 9TATE LEAGUE.
Columbua, 12; Superior, 6.
Kearney, U-g; York, 10-8.
Grand Island, 1; Hastings, o.
Fremont, 12; Seward, 2.
- MINK LEAGUE.
Kalla CTty, B; Shenandoah, 6.
Maryvllle, : Auburn, 4.
Nebraska City, 4; Clarlnda, J,
Game Today
Western League Pueblo at Omaha, Lin
coln at bioux City, Topeka at lit Molnea,
Denver at Bt. Joseph.
National League-New York at Brooklyn.
Boston at Philadelphia, Cincinnati at Pitta
burg, Chicago at Bt. Louis.
vmerci? Hue-wshlngton t New
York, Philadelphia at Boston.
American Association-Minneapolis at
Columbus, Milwaukee at Toledo, St. Paul
at Indianapolis, Kansaa City at Louisville.
Nebraska State League-Kearney at Su
perior, Fremont at York, Grand Island at
Seward, Columbus at Hastings.
Mink League-Fa 1 la City at Shenandoah,
Maryvllle at Auburn, Nebraska City at
Statistics of Great Inter-Collegiate Regatta
Clark Harmn 1 T5m: 1X5- Umpire:
DENVER YIELDS TO ST. JOSEPH
Grtiallea Lose Game by Score of Two
to One.
BT. JOSTCPH. June H.St. Joaeph took a
n5-e 04HtMt1 battle from
Denver t on v A i ft m . L .
Dest in the plnohes. Denver ot ita only
run as a result of an error. Score:
DENVER.
Llovd. 2b A?
vii i in. zn a a
Caasidy. rf I 0 i o
Beall. cf 4 0 0 4
Lindsay, lb 4 1 l
Coffev. as 4 0 0 2
Gllmore. if 3 0 0 0
McMurray. o., J ft 0 10
Score :
H. O.
1
UBntn.'ort.;jf I ; 0
Totale.,.
Kellv. rf
Powell. If
Jones, lb
Zwilllng. cf...,
Rellhr. lb
Goasett. c ,
Melnke. as....
Hamilton. 8b..
Cheilette. p...
Totals
3ft 1
ST. JOSEPH
AB.
4
01 0
7 4
A.
1
0
0
0
1
1
0
s
I
E.
.17
R. H. O. A. B.
1 10 0 0
1
9
3
POUOHKEEPSIE. June 26,-One hundred
and twelve oarsmen, representing five
American untversltlea, and divided Into
fourteen crews, will engage tomorrow
afternoon In the great annual regatta of
the Intercollegiate Rowing association,
composed of Columbia, Cornell, Pennsyl
vania, Syracuse and Wleconejn.
The regatta will be held on the Hudson
river on what Is known t the Pough
kaeptle course, a straight, deep stretch of
water beginning three miles north of tha
Poughkeepale bridge and finishing one
mil south of the same structure.
The program, comprising three races. Is
aa follows:
FIR8T RACE.
4 P. M. University four-oared ahella
without coxswain; two miles, beginning
one mile north of the bridge and finishing
one mile south of the bridge.
Trophy The Kennedy challenge trophy
cup. preaented in 189, by Davidson Ken
nedy, Pennsylvania, to be held by the win
ner for one year. Present holder of the
trophy. Cornell. ,
Course of Position 1, Syracuse; 2, Cor
nell; 3, Pennsylvania; 4, Columbia Wis
consin has no entry in this race.
8KCOND RACE.
4 30 P. M.- Freshman eight-oared shells;
two miles, same course as first race.
Trophy The Stewards' cup, preaented In
19"0. by a graduate of Columbia, to be
held by the winner for one year. Present
holder of the trflphy, Cornell.
Course Positions 1, Cornell; I, Columbia;
t, Wlsconsiu; 4. Syracuse; I. Pennsylvania
THIRD RACE.
6:30 P. M. University elght-oared ahella,
four miles, over full course.
Trophy The 'Varsity Challenge cup, pre
sented In I.V.18, by Dr. Louis L. Seaman,
Cornell, to be held by the winner for one
year. Present holder of the trophy, Cor
nell. Course Position t Pennsylvania; I, Co
lumbia; t, Syracuse; 4, Cornell; 5, Wis
consin. The hour set for the principal race, 6:30
o'clock, U just fourteen minutes before
the ebb tide will be at Its strongest. The
freBhman race will atart at the beginning
or the ebb tide and tha university four-
Pennsylvania.
oared race will be rowed In practically dead
water. If the weather Is at all rough, the
outside crews will feel It the most, the
smoother water being on the Inside of the
course, the numbers of which begin from
the west. It Is thought that the outside
crews will have whatever advantage will
result ahould tha weather b calm; but,
generally speaking, the Poughkeepale
course Is fair to all contestants, the lines
being set so far out Into the stresm that
there Is comparatively little difference be
tween them.
Sometimes the outside crews have been
handicapped by spectators' boats crowding
Into the course. This happened last year,
and the revenue officers having charge of
the matter have determined to police the
course even more strictly than heretofore.
Revenue cutters will be stationed on either
side of the course at the finish and police
boats will be stationed at points along the
course to prevent, if possible, the repetition
of last yeer's crowding of the crews.
Prior to thelf coming to Poughkeepale
for the last days of prsctlce. none of the
crews competed in a four-mil race. Moat
of them, however, had engaged In match
races for two miles with varloua other col
leges, and a brief review of the spring
races may be some Indication of the com
pilative mertte of the contestanta In to
morrow's varsity race, aa the boating has
not been generally changed, although vary
ing degreea of Improvement have been at
tained within the last six weeks of prac
tice. The several matches rowed by three of
'he eollegea with Annapolis give some
bftnis for comparison between Columbia.
Pennsylvania and Syracuse. Columbia de
feated Annapolia by three lengths In the
match race and again defeated the middle
in the American Henley at Philadelphia
Annapolia defeated Syracuse by three
lengths and Pennsylvania also lost to the
nerval cadeta by half a length. Reath, who
atfoked Pennsylvania ao handsomely to
aeoond place In the Poughkeepale regatta
last year, was In poor condition in the An
napolis spring race and In that event he
strained his side to severely that he has
not been able to row and Coach Ward has
had to transfer Hoagland from No. I seat
to Stroke, a change which practice has not
shown to be to the advantage of the crew,
although Hoagland waa unqueatloneably
the most available man for the place.
Cornell had no match with Annapolis,
but the Ithacans rowed In turn before
coming to Poughkeepale, Harvard, Yale
and Princeton,, defeating them all.
Aa uaual, the Cornell university eight
that Courtney ha brought to Poughkeepale
la a splendid rowing combination and they
will not be defated unless there Is a top
notch eight to fight them for first honors.
The Intercollegiate Rowing Race since
1895, when the Poughkeepale courae was
eatabllahed, and the namea of winners
follow:
1R96, Columblal IS!. Cornell; 1S9T. Cornell;
1898 (held at Saratoga), Pennsylvania;
1SV9, Pennsylvania; 1900, Pennsylvania; 19 il.
Cornell; 19f2. Cornell; 19ns, Cornell; 1M4,
Syracuse; M. Cornell; 1908. Cornell; 1907,
Cornell; 1908, Syracuse; lww, Cornell; 1910,
Cornell.
Freshmen Eights: lSf6, Cornell; 1897.
Yale; 1898 (held at Saratoga). Cornell;
1899, Cornell: IX. Wisconsin; 1901, Penn
aylvanla; 1903, Cornell; IM, Cornell; 1X04,
Syracuse; 190S, Cornell; 1906. Syracuse;
1907. Wisconnln; 1906, Cornell; 1909. Cornell;
1810, Cornell.
University Foura: 1899, Pennsylvania;
1900, Pennsylvania; 1901, Cornell; 1903,
Cornell; 1903. Cornell; 1904, Cornell; 19i,
8y recuse; 1906, Cornell; 1907, Syracuse; 1908,
Syracuse; 1909, Cornell; 1910, Cornell.
The records of the Poughkeepale course
are as follows: University eight 4 miles;
Cornell, July 2, 1901, 18 m. 53 1-6 s.; Fresh
man eights 3 miles; Cornell, July 2, 19(i9,
m. lll-5c.; University fours 2 miles:
Cornell. July 2, 1909, 10 m. 1 s.
The following are the statistics of the
crews entered for tomorrow's raoes:
UNIVERSITY EIGHT.
Name and Poaition
A. Bennltt...
G. T. Cartler....
R. L. Smith....
E. L. De Long
il A. Stlfel
E. Shoemaker. ..
J. Alexander ...
L. W. Hoagland.
.Bow
. 2
.
. 4
. 6
. 6
. 7
.Stroke
Average
F. Williams..
T. Reath, Jr
F. B. Mulford...
R. R. Itarret ....
R. E. Thompson
E, W. Madeira .
Claae Age Height Weight
1911 22 8 01 . lt
1913 20 800 lfH)
1911 23 00 1,6
1913 21 6.1Hi 173
1912 , 20 8.00 174
1912 M 6.01 178
1HU 20 800 14
19U 23 (.00 160
"sly, .0H 55v
lftlJ 21 6.0fl 110
1912 20 8.00 .1(4,
.Cox
BUB-UNIVERSITY FOUR.
Bow 1912 23 &l'-4
, 2 1912 21 8.00
I 1911 21 ti.01
Stroke 1913 19 6.01
Average
21
6.00
FRESHMEN EIGHT.
R. L, Watroua Bow 18 8.01 ISO
W. Grifith 2 19 ill 174
S. D. Hillier 20 6.00 178
T. Rankin 4 18 800 1S3
G. W. Lancaster 6 n 601 118
F. Pennington 6 . il Ml1 1M
Ci. Bloom 7 21 6 01 , 150
L. E. Brlon Stroke 19 6.11 150
Average 19V 8.00 13
S. K. Neubauer Cox ,18 6.04 106
Substitutes. '
W. W. Crawford 21 0l 177
N. Farson 20 8.00 176
L. Eddy
L. W. Murfey .
H. F. Keyea ...
H. D. Hyfand ..
D, M. Larrowe
B.. C. Spranxky
A. MacLachlan
J. C. Nulsen ....
' .
Average .
G. R Thorpe ..
Substitutes.
O N. Clark ....
W. E. Howe ...
E. W. Sage
H. T. Cole
S. Pitt
A. W. Bissell
E. S. J. Philllna..
liM4 J- J. Moore, jr
P. J. LatenBen
U.. 8. Downing ....
FRESHMAN EIGHT.
Bow
6 '
Stroke
1"5
170
HO
luo
.....Cox
Colambla.
UNIVERSITY EIGHT.
19 6.00 1K1
19 6.00 Jh6
19 6.00 ' )9
37 6rt 178
19 802 173
21 8.01 178
19 6.0H, 166
20 6.10 16j
20a 6.004 IA!)4
18 6.07 104
21 6 11 153
20 6.08 Vx 158
.Bow
.... I
....
.... 4
.... 6
.... 6
.... T
....Stroke
1912
1911
1911
1913
1911
1912
1912
1912
20
23
30
20
22
24
21
21
6.11
8.00
6.00
611
6.01
6.01
6.01
8.00
156
160
115
166
166
173
173
160
Average ,.
A. J. Brock k....Cox
Substitutes.
C. Person
W. B. Chapln
N. P. Dingman
1913
1914
1913
1912
H. Mahler
C. R. Roblnaon..
P. Renshaw .....
C. S, Sinclair
Average
I
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
3
3
I .
6 27 16
PUTJBLO.
AB. R. H. O.
Mlddleton. cf 6 0 2 1
Larger, aa. ...... ....... 4 0 0 3
Beldrn. If 4 2 14
Koerner, lb...., 6 1 ' 1 11
Hughea, lb.-... 6 0 S 0
lavi. rf 6 11 1
Schmidt, 3b. ......,,.. 6 1 J I
Clemona, o. 4 2 2 2
Jackson, p... 1 0 0 0
Irry, p .' 1 0
A.
2
0
0
0
1
4
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
o
0
0
0
41 7 12 27 16
4100000O-6
16111100 1-U
Totals..
....
Hit
Pueblo
Hune 10001400 1-7
?T7lu - v 1 0 0 0 1 6 1 0 -ll
liiree-baae hit: Pick, Schmidt. Two
base hlla: Arbogaat, Kneaves. Kane.
Paased ball: demons. Base on balla: Off
.' ?; U Jrh'n. 6: off Perry. 3. Struck
out: By Roblneon. 1; by Lota 4, by Perry,
i. Lett on bun: Omaha. 8; Pueblo 9
Sacrlfloe hit: Kneavee. Hits: Off Robln
auii, 10 In five and one-third Inninga; off
Lots, 3 in three and two-thirds Innings; off
Jackson, 7 In three Innings; off Perry 4
In six Innlntra. Stolen baaes: Srhlpke
Kane. Niehoff (2), Time: 2:06. Umpire1
.Morgan. Attendance, 3,000.
rifCUKRS'
BATTLE TO SIOUX
AsUiasM Lose by a Score of Fonr
Three.
filUTTC CITY. June 2 i-Sloux City and
IJncoln engaxed In a Ditcher' battle to
day, the local winning bv 4 to 3. Hajrer
nian had a ahade the best of Barber
Cockmana error In the second Inning on
Reiily grounder and a elnrle bv Miller
brought In the ftrat run. Dundon a error
on Nnighbor' roller, a single bv Wajcnnr
Hartman'a sacrifice. Relllv'a double and
Miller a alngle scored three In the seventh
enough to win. IJncoln' three tallies
came over in the sixth, after Cockman
flw out. Unglaub and Cole alnaled Mo
rm,k.. hadJ two-bajMer to right' and
Cobb followed with a aafetv. scoring Mc
Cormlck. Score: "
SIOUX CITY.
Andrea. 3b...
Stem, ib
Prwn. If......
Neighbors, rf.
Wanner, cf....
Hartman. aa..
Kelllv. 3b
Miller! c '"'"!"!!'!!!! 1
f arher. P I
Totale
AR H H. O. A. B.
.3 0 0 6 4 6
. 4. 0 0 11 0 0
.4 0 0 1
.310100
.311100
.110 0 10
11112 0
0 2 6 2 0
0 0 0 4 0
Two out when winning run waa made.
gonver 000000100-1
St. Joaepb .' 10000000 12
Double play: Lloyd to Llndsav to Coffey.
Stolen bases: Relllv. Oulllln. Caasidy.
Sacrifice hits: Caasidy. Gllmore ' Gossett.
Struck out: By Cheilette, 6: bv 6'Brien. .
ir !.M". on balla: Off O'Brien. 8; off
Cheilette, 1. Hit with pitohed ball: By
Cheilette. L Left on basea: St. Joeeph. 3;
Denver. 6. Time: 1:60, Umpire: Haskell!
DE8 MOINES EASY FOR TOPEKA
Tallendera Once More Prove Rfht
to Title.
DF8 MOINES, la., June 28. -Topeka won
a featureless game from Db Moines today
by a 'score of 4 to 0. It waa the aecond of
the present aerlea Score:
TOPEKA.
Hafford. 8b
Rlckert rf
Tomason, cf
Whitney, lb
Moore, aa
Croinpton. If...,
Kreps. 2b
Frambea, o
Clark,
Totals "
Anderson, rf. ...
Colllgan, ss
Curtis. If
Wattlck. cf
Dwver, lb
Korea, 8b
Graham, 2b
Ultowskl, e
Bern. p....
Bachant
Totals
.. 4
.. 4
.. 2
.. 4
.. 4
.. 4
.. 3
.. 8
.. I
..n
MOII
AB.
.. 4
.. 4
.. 8
.. 2
.. t
.. 2
.. I
.. 3
.. 3
.. 1
...r
R. H. O. A. E.
11110
0-1 2 0 0
2 13 0 0
1 3 10 1 1
0 0 8 1 0
0 1.0 0 0
0 0 0 4 0
0 0 7 0 0
0 0 14 0
4 6 27 12 1
F.
R. H. O. A. E.
0.1 0 0 0
0 I 1 1
0 10 0 0
0 0 7 2 0
0 0 T 1 1
0 0 2 1 0
0 0 3 6 0
0 16 2 1
0 0 0 1 1
0 0 0 0 0
!7 14 4
.Bw
,8 -.
3
. 4
. 6
. 6
. 7
.8troke
..Cox
R, Templaton
H. H. Rogers ......
R. M. Sjouiom ....
H. Roberts
E. Samp
C. F. Pollock
K. L. Kraata
K. R. Hare
Average . ....
J. S. Corley
Substitutea
R. L. Ho wen
D. R. W. Crlle ....
T. Kennedy
R Guff
D. J. McLeod
F. L. Wright
P. Graff
II. P. Termanaon
8. D. Rideout
J. A. Taaker ....
Average
J.Fletcher Cox
Substitutea.
C. 6. Perry
F. C. Wood. Jr
HilOMllD-
UNIVERSITY EIGHT,
1913
1912
191J
1912
1913
1!12
1911
1911
'mi"
1912
1911
23
21
28
21
21
30
23
23
f03 .
6.00 '
6.00
6.00
8 01
6.01
190'
'164
.174
170
K6
176
164
166
FRESHMAN EIGHT.
...Bow
....Stroke
224 6.00H 168H
19 6.06 10
22 6 00 158
20 6.00 ' 166
21 6.01 160
22 6.10 ' 154
25 6.00 160
21 . 6.01 168
23 6.00 175
22 6 00 1,0
23 6.01, 166
20 6.10 163
H. K. Herpert Bow
" P. Cmuae 2
-EK Wll''am..
R. C. Rothwell
A. 8, Martin 6
C. W. Peteraon 6
I. W. Hadsell 7
C. F. MuCarjtby ....Stroke
Average
H. Bird.... COX
Substitutea.
K. H. Kiefer
J. S. Miller
O. 8. Patterson.
O. W. Mathewson
. 21 H
1
21
21
20
UNIVERSITY POUR.
Bow 1918 21
2 1911 82
2 1911 .' 22
Stroke 1912 21
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FRESHMAN EIGHT.
19
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UNIVERSITY EIGHT.
BatUd for Bens In the ninth.
Topeka .....t 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0-4
Dea Moines 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Runa batted tn: Whitney (2). Crompton.
Two-baaa hit: Whitney. Base on balla;
Off Bens, 3. Wild pitch: Clark. Struck
out: By Clark, 7; by Bens. 4. Double
plays: Graham to Dwyer; Mattick to
Dwyer; Moore to Hafford. Left on bases:
Topeka 2; Dea Moines, 2. Time. 1:28. Um
pire: Shoemaker and Gardiner.
Clarinda's Errors
Cost Them Game
Nebraska City Wini Close Contest by
Score of Four to Three Shen
andoah Wins.
27 4
LINCOLN.
AB. R. H.
S 27 14
r a b
C'ockmin. Sh..., 3 u A a' j
Unulauh. 2b 4 J 14 3 0
fole. cf 4 1110 0
Mct'ormlck. If 4 1110 0
I nindon. a 3 0 1 3 0 1
Cobb, rf 4 0 1 10 0
Thoma. lb 4 A 1 11 0 0
Miration, c ...3 0 .0, 3 3 0
liarnian. p 3 0 0 0 1 1
. Total "i 8 24 14 3
IJncoln 0000030003
Huu Citv 0I9OO03O 4
Saoririce bit: Hartman. Two-base hits:
McConnkk. KeiUv. Stolen baae: Wagner.
lKutile plavs: Jlarber to Andrea to
Stem f2, Cockman tp ITnalaub to Thoma
(2). .Struck out By Barbvr. 6: bv Hager-
M a A. 1 M i wmm. m k.J- ,m mk .7Z.
CLARIVDA. Ia. June 2. (Special Tele
gram.) Clarlnda a errors were coetly ana
Nebraska City won a close game today.
Score: RH.E.
Clarlnda 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0-3 T S
Nebraska City .0 0031000 04 3 3
fetlerte: Clarlnda, Reynold and Har
mony; Nebraska City, Well and Pinkarton.
Umpire: Field.
FAIJ.S CITY, Neb.i June 34. (Special
Telegram.) Shenandoah won the first
game of the series today. Score: RILE.
Shenandoah ...9 0 0 1 3 0 1 1 0-8 1 6
Fall City 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0-6 6 3
Batteries: Shenandoah. Wood and Fra
iler; Kan oily. Cochrane, Castle, and
Kill. Umpire: Sag.
Maryvllle. Mo., jn J. (Special Tele
gram.) Oswald waa invincible with men
on baea and Marvville won. He struck
out alxteen men. Score. R.H.R
Maryvllle 0 13000002662
Auburn 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 04 4 6
batteries: Maryvllle. Oswald and Diets;
Auburn Charle worth and Musaer. Um
pire: Klssan.
1
Match for Heches.
Jack Hughe, the Field club golfer, la
having a hard time finding anyone of hie
clubmatea will whom he can have a fight
for the gama Jack went out Aunday and
scored 77 for each of two 18 hole round,
a total of 154 for thlrty-alx hole. And
the atate golf louruaiueut a Lai l next
C. H. Elliott Bow
& S. Batea 2
B. A. Lum 3
W. O. Kruse 4
G. B. Wakely 6
W. G. Dlstler 8
C. B. Ferguson ....... 7
E. P. Bowen Stroke
Average
H. J. Kimball
Substitutea.
O. Bentley
G. P. McNear
C. E. Carpenter
J. H. Small
H. R. Lafferty .
1 H. Dole
Cox
1913
1913
1913
1912
1912
1912
1912
1913
1911
1912
1913
-22 6.11V 16l4
20 6.07 106
It 6.00 156
19 6.U 167
r.
21 611 166
20 6.08 150
20 6.02 , , 176
23 6.03 168
22 6.00V 170
20 6.00 168
23 6.10 168
23 6.10V 159
M. H. Greeg .,
T. T. Babbitt....
L. F. Topping....
I. H. A. Grimm.
J. L. Trawley....
R B. Williams...
K. R. Vaughn....
Irnnu,
trmVERSlTY EIGHT.
161V4 C. R. Thurston.
.Bow
,. 2
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,. 6
.. 6
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..Stroke
1918
111 12
1912
1912
1912
1911
1918
1918
Average
G. H. Richards Cox
Substitutes.
C. T. Mahan
J. H. Rich
A. E. Witzel
1913
1918
1913
UNIVERSITY FOUR.
K. I. Klock Bow , 1911
J. O. Noxon 3 1913
J. T. Cummins 3 1913
W. H. Hall Stroke 1913
214
21
20
19
Average
UNIVERSITY FOUR.
,..Bow 1912 21
... 2 113 a
... I 1911 22
...Stroke 1913 30
.... a
6.HV4
6.06
6.10
6.0iVi
600
602
601
6 10
1644
110
166
164
ITS
165
168
166
Average
Substitute.
R. S. Doubleday
O. J. Smith.....
T. Li Butler
P. R. Crawford
R. J. R Jtan
T. P. Robblns...
J. R. C. Abberger...
O. Davidson
H. F. lillfinger.
R. K. Somniervljle...
FRESHMAN EIGHT.
...Bow
... 3
... 3
...4
... 6
...6
... 7
...Stroke
21
26
25
23
25
23
21
21
23
22
21
22
20
22
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21
22
21H
20
20
20
18
19
19
20
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6.05V4
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6.10
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609
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6.00
6.01
6.01
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600
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115
144
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156
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110
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165
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DISC3YERERS TRIM SUPERIOR
Take Series from Leaders ot Nebraska
League.
STEVENS HIT R0R SIXTEEN
Tork Loeea First Oanae at Doable
lleetder to Kearney and Second la '
Called When fteore I Tied,
Right to F.laht.
SUPERIOR, Neb., June 26. (Special Tel
egram.) After Superior had overcome a
lead of four runa In the fifth. Jack Corbet t
and his Columbians rapped Stevens for a
killing and won today s game and the
aerlea, 12 to a This is the first series
and the sixth game the local have lost
since going on the road June 1. Steven
had an off day and was hit harder than
at any time this year. Bimcox and Spell
man are both out of the game with in
juries and Ross, a local boy caught the
game after four balls were pitohed in tha
first inning. Score:
OOIA'MBl'S. SUPERIOR.
AU.H.O A K. AB.H.O.A B.
Mill, rt... 4 I a Or, lb I 1 I t
K. brown, Ib 4 ) I t I I'orle, rt I I I I
ursliam, !.. 4 1 I 1-1 Alln, cf 4 1 I 1 9
Il Drown. hI I 1 1 I Mcb'wsll. Ib I 1 1 i
W l'li'ltr, ill I I 1 ODB kw'i, lb I 1 I 0
Lxwrn. It 4 1 0 F.H'SWIls, III 1 Itt
i'orbait, lb.. I 111 t I Buncos, c... t t 1 t t
Aintw, 0.... I t f I 1 Hum, c I 1 la t 1
Piul. p t I 1 0 Michaels, M. 1 t t I 0
Bpa.l., ....4 III tlwnu, p... t I 1
Totals 14 Ullll I Totals I It II I
Columbus 11110016 112
superior 2 0 0 0 S 1 0 0 06
Jiome runs: Uraham i. Three-base
hit: D. Bockwitt, Meixell, Spade, Leach,
Weiaenberger. Two-bae hits; Meixell, IX
brown, coyle, Allen. Sacrifice hits: F.
Bockwlts, Meixell, Michaeis, Leach, Agnew
1-). Stolen baaes: Weiseuberger, Coroett,
Urr U), Michaels, lilt by p.iched ball:
Orr, oiahani, Cor bolt. Paesed bail: Rose
til. Time: 2:45. Umpire: MuDermoU. At
tendance, 230. 1
Kearney Gets One Game.
YORK, Nb., June 26. (Special Tele
gram.,) Kearney took the first game of a
double-header today through costly errors
of l oik. In the tenth Inning Magerkurth
smashed one over the fence for a home
run. Lach team used two pitchers In each
gama In the sixth inning of the second
lork had the baa full through boy play
n the cart of Kearnsv and l mnlr JmA
called the game when the acore waa 8 to t
to allow Kearnev to catch a train. Dmm
first game:
K BARNEY. YORK.
AB.H.O.A K. AH.H.O.A.B.
Donjr, m .t I I 1 Ktrr!l, lb.. I I 4 I
L Or.x. cf.. I t I 0 0 Bmlth, lb.... I till
Ptgles, Kb... 4 111 1 HenaltMy, It I t I t 0
Jirrou, r(...l I 1 t Hirra. (.... lift
Kenton, If... I 1 I 0 Payns, lb.... 4 I 1ft t 0
Clair.. tb.. 4 III 0 Dirla, rf 4 lilt
M. Gray, c. I 1 I 1 J Dye, I I 1 P
Ma'kurth, lb I 1 II t 1 Stuart, I 4 I 0
Wright, p. ... I t 0 I I Foi. p t III
Huilman, p.. I 0 1 I 1 Wllklna, p... I - I
6.10
509
5 10
' 6.07
6.10
6.00
6.10
6.02
5 "
6.01
6.11
157
152
158
1G8
169
151
164
181
VI
171
luo
Average
6.00 V.
167 ". K. Goes.
.Cox
19
. 18
. 6.11H NH
6.03 112
Totals 40 11 10 U 4 Totals 41 11 SO II I
Kearney 060022000 111
York 0 2 1610000 010
Home runs: Jarrott (2), Fanton, L. Gray,
Davla, Hagerkurth. Two-baae hit: Harm.
Flrat on balls: Off Wllklna, 2; off Wright,
1; off Huffman, 3. Struck out: By Wllklna,
6; by Huffman, 4. Double play a: Farrell
to Payne. Time: 2:10. Umpire: Held.
Score, aecond game:
KEARNEY. TORK.
AB.H.O.A.E. AB.H.O.A. I.
Downey, as.. 4 I 1 0 I Farrell, lb. . t 0 1 I
L Gray, cf..l lit 0 Smith, lb.... 4 lilt
l-atka. lb... 1 1 1 I 0 Hannlaur, If I I 1 t t
Jarrott, rf...l t 1 0 I Harm, cf.... I I I t t
Harjlt, If ... 4 111 t Payna, lb.... 4 t It t t
Clalra, lb....l t 1 I Darts, rf.... I t t t t
H Gray, c. 4 0 4 t 1 Dya, ss I 1 t I 1
Ma'kurth, lb I 1 I t 0 Kelly, e I 1 I 1
Huffman, p.. 1 0 A t Miiun, p.. 1 t t 1 t
Trimble, p... 1 lie t Vim amaa, pi t t 1 t
Totals 15 I II I I Totals M lull
Kearney 1 6 0 0 0-8
York 4 2 0 0 2-0
Home ruru Harm. Three-bate' hit: Dye.
Two-baae hlta: U Gray, Downer. Hargis,
HennlKaey. First on balla: Off Maatere, 8;
off Timmeraman, 2; off Huffman. 2; off
Trimble, 2. Struck out: By Maaters, 1;
by Timmeraman, 1; by Huffman, 1; by
Trimble, 8. Timet 1:45. Umpire: Held.
8KWARD. Neb.. June 26 Sooial Tele
gram.) Fremont won from Seward. 1i tn
I Score:
FREMONT. BDWARD.
AB.H.O.A.E. AB.H.O.A. B.
Fondoau, lb I 1 I I t Stanley, as,, 4 114 1
Fullm, lb... 4 lit 0 roolay, lb... 4 till
Bnnnatt, cf.. 4 1 t t 0 Ncff. rf I I t t 0
Bohner, rf... i I 1 t 0 Henrr. lb. .. 4 t I t t
IN'ff. a 6 III 0 0 Roblnaon. If I 8 1 t t
Thompi'n, aai 1 t t Fullan, lb.. .4 tilt
Turpln, If.... 4 lit OVaat, cf 4 t t t
Carry, lb.... 4 I t 1 0 Wallr 0 I l I 1
Campbell, p. I t t I t Haneoa, p... 4 1111
Totals S I ToUla M i lu
Hanson out, bunting third strike.
Campbell out. hit by batted ball.
Fremont I 1 0 1 1 1 3 2 0-12
toward 0 O 0 0 0 0 I 0 1
Three-base hit: Neff. Two-base bits:
1'ohner, Carey. Hates on ball: Orf Han--'
son. d; off Cumpbtl', 3. etruok out: By
Hanson, 11; bv Campbell. 12. Wild pitches:
Hanson. I. Katieilts: Fremont, Campbell
ard Netf: reward. Han n and W'ally.
Time: 1:00. Umpire: Thlel.
THREE STRAIGHTFOR PHILS
Doves Lose Again by Score of Five
to Nothing.
OABE AND DOOLAN ARE STABS
Ladereta aad Doolaa "ecore Tkr'
Baa Hlta Heraog aad Wslik
Get Two-Dagger One
tolea Baae.
PHILADELPHIA, June M. -Philadelphia
won Its third straight game from Boaton
today, the score being 6 to 0. The fielding
of Knabe and Doolan featured the game.
Score:
PHILADELPHIA. BOOTrW.
AB.H.O.A.E. AB.H.O.A.B.
Knah. lb.. 1 I I 0 Swaency. lb I I I I i
raakart. cf.. 4 lit t Txnnay, lb.l tilt
Uhrt, lb... 4 110 I Marioi, aa... 4 lilt
1, If . ... 4 1 4 t t Millar. rt...4 tilt
Ludarua, lb.. I I I I t lnfrtna, It.. 4 t t 6 t
Wai.h, rf....l lit t St lnfaldt, lb 4 1 I t 1
Doolan, as... I III I Kiln, 0 I 111
Moran. a 4 1 I I t Jones, of... 4 t 1 t 1
Alaxaooar, p. I I t I t Fariuaoa, p.. 1 t t 1 t
,iww, a v w V
Total M U If II I K.ala.r t t t t
Totala....t" Mit
flatted for Fereneon In the alxth.
Philadelphla I 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 -
Boston 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Two-baae hits: Hersog, Walsh. Three
bane hits: Luderua, Doolan. Saorlfioe hit:
Tenney. Stolen base: Stelnfeidt. Struck
out: By Alexander, 6. Double play a:
Sweeney to Hersog to Tenney; Alexander
to Doolnn to Ludaru; Knabe to Doolan
to Luderua. Paaes on errors. Boston, 1;
Philadelphia. 3. Left on ba: Boaton,
S; Phi.adelphla, S. Baaea on balla: Oft
Ferguson, 1; off Brown. 1; off Alexander,
6. Willd pitoh: AJerxander. Pltobers
record: Off Ferguson, 11 hits and twenty
five tlmea at bat In five Inninga; off
Brown, 2 hlta and ten tlmea at bat In thres
innings. Time: 1:60. Umpires: O'Day an
Knslle
Pirates Lose ta Tenth. . .
PITTSBURG, June 28. Cincinnati tod a J
defeated llttsDur in a ten-inning gama
the score being 6 to S. Plttabutg tied th
soore in the sixth. Cincinnati hit Bteell J
hard In the tenth, when four hits wen f
made. Including two two-baggers. It waa )
the longeat gs.me In point of time played
here this season, lasting two hours aiid
twenty-eight minute Boore:
CINCINN'A'n. PITT8BURO.
AB.H.O.A.B. A&H.0.A.B.
Reschsr, It.. I 1 1 t tCaray, ef.... 4 t 1 4
Downey, as.. I I 4 I t Clark. If..-I till
Hataa. flf B 1 1 O ByfH. ID.... S I
Hoblltial, lb I 111 t I Waanar. lb.. I I f
Mitchell, rf.. 4 I I I I Millar. Ib...l 1
Orant, lb.... 4 til t McKarb'a ss 4 I
Esan. lb..
MnLaa
4 t I I t Wllaoa, rt... I t
4 I I I I Olbaoa. a.... I t
Smith, p.... 1 t t I t Hnntar t t
McQalllta, Mill Itnmoa, a.... I t
Adams, p.... 1 1
Total 17 It SO 14 I 8hOTllo ... t t
teal, p I I
i!
4
I I
I
I I
I I
I I
ToUls M I It 11 I
Ran for Gibson In the ninth.
Ran for Adams In the third.
Cincinnati 0 08000000 l-
Plttsbur 0 010010000-J
Two-baae hits: Bates, Mitchell, McLean
Sacrifice hit. Wilson, Smith. Struck out:
By Adams, 2; by Steele, 2; by Smith. 6: b
McQuillan. 1. Left on baaea: Pittsburg,
8; Cincinnati, 4. Baaea on errors: Cin
cinnati. 1. Hits: Off Adama. 4 In thret
Innings; off Steele, 6 In aeven Innings off
Smith, 6 in five tnninga; off aicynren, i
In five Innings. Time: 2:28. Umpires:
'Eason and Johnstone.
rrelgbtoD Defeats Royal.
CREIOHTON. Neb.. June 2. tSnecial
Telegram). Hufflee Colts defeated the
Royal team here today in a fast and in
teresting game. The features of the game
wa the hard hlttlr.g of the Colt and tha
superb support given Pitcher Moor.
Soore:
Crolghton 1 0010841 0-17 1
Royal 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O-O 110
Batteries: Cretghton, Moore
Royal, Reefe, Herring and Karllne.
nut: By Moore, 6; by Keete,
1:30.
I 1 1 017 1 f
0 0 0- 0 1 10
ire and Lucas:
Karllne. Struck
Leefe, 4. Tm
Last of Cuba Married.
fielder of the Chicago Kat'onal leaau
team, toaay obtained a license to marrv
Mabel Klrby. The wedding ceremony oc.
curred tonight Kveryone of the Cub teT
ulara Is now a Benedict.
Persistent Advertising Is the Road to Big
Returns.
TIGERS C0MEFR0M BEHIND
Bunched Hits and Tannehill's Error
; Eesult in Victory.
CALLAHAN'S H0MEB IS FEATURE
White lex Losa Central by Score of
SIX to Three- Three Three
Base Hits Twe Two-Daifera.
CHICAOO, June 26 Detroit cam from
behind today, bunching Jilta off Young in
the seventh inning and. with the aaalstanoe
ot TannehiU'a error, and a hit off Langa,
won today's gama 6 to 3. Callahan'a home
run with a man on flrat base wa j a feature.
Score:
DETROIT CHICAOO.
AB.H.O.A. AJt.H.O.A.B.
Draka, If.... I t 0 t Uclatyr, of. 4 I t t t
J oa, If I Itt tUord. Ib I t I I i
Buah. s I I I I Cllaaa, cf. 4 1 I t
Coub. of I lit t ttodia, ib.... 4 lilt
Crawford, rf. 4 1 I t t Douibarty. If 4 1 I t t
Dalak'atr. lb 111 t Culiuia. lb.. 4 111
Vlurlarty, lb. 4 1 1 1 Taou.uHl, as 4 1 I I 1
(Laary, lb- 4 t II t luiilyaa. s... I till
Staoasa, ... 4 til t Block. t t 1 t t
uauuara, p.. 4 I t I t Touaf, p.,.. I t t 1 t
Laus. P t t I t t
Total IT II 17 II t Olrutaad, p. I t I t I
'kiwaiw . 1 I I I t
Total II I IT 11 1
Batted for LaAg It. vv...w.
Chicago 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 01
Detroit 0 0 1 0 0 4 1 0-1
Two-baa hit: Bodl. Buaiv Three-baae
hlta: buab, liodie. Collin. Horn run:
Callahan. Hit: Off Young, I in six and
one-third Innings; off Lange. 1 In two
third Inning; off Olraatead. 2 In two In
ninga Sacrifice hits: Lord (2). Stolen
baae: Mclntyra Double playa: O'Leary to
Huah; Bodl to Collins to Lord. Lett ou
baaa: Chicago. 4, Imirolt. 6. Flrat base
on balla: Off Summer. 1. Hit by pitched
ball: Cobb, by Olmstead. Struck out: By
Young, 4 by Summer, 3; by Olmstead. 1.
Time. !:.. Umplrea: Dlneen and Pr
rlne. t'leotle Urlveat front Baa.
BOSTON. June 26 Driving Clcotte, the
Boston pitcher, from the box In the ninth
Inning, when alnglea by Thoma. Kraus
and l.ord brought In the winning run,
Phlladelpltia defeated Boaton today, S to t
Sir""' starred In tiie outfield, bcore:
rHlLADaTUTHJA. BOBTON.
alJ.Dil.' AB.H.aAg.
atrunk. of... I 1 I t Oartner. Ib.. I I 4 I
Colllna, Ib... I 1 1 4 at.. 4 I I I t
I4!.r at. a 1 A ft Lwta. tt 4 . -
u..inn ih i n t a a Yarkra. lb... 1 ft I 1 t
Murphy.' rf.. I t I 4 , a.,1 I I J I
Harry as ... 4 0 14 0 Knaia, in.... a i t i
Tboma. ... 4 I 4 1 1 Klalnow, e... 1 lilt
Krauaa. p.... 4 1 t 1 t ticotla, p.... I t t I I
Karter, p.... I I I t t
Tsui. tt in I 1 Tbaaay 1
Totals. IS Hill I
Batted for Klelnow In iunt:i.
Boston 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 02
Philadelphia 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1-3
Two-base hit. Lord. Hit; Off Clcotte,
8 in eight and two-thlrda Innings; off
Karger, none In one-third Inning. Sacri
fice hits: Mclnnis, Strunk, Yerkes. Stolen
bases. Murphy (2). Baker. Left on baaea:
Boston, ; Philadelphia. 7. K1rt baae on
balls: Off Clcotte, 8; off Krause, 3. Hit
by pitched ball: Hooper, by Krauee.
Struck out: By Clcotte. 4; by Krause. 8.
Time: 2:00. Umpire: Kgan and Bherl
dan. Ulghlaadera Beat Senators.
NEW YORK. June 26.-Washlngton waa
heiplese before Fisher today, making only
two hlta and losing to New York, 1 to L
New York hit Groom at opportune mo
mtnts Score:
NEW TORK. WAJH1NOTON.
AB.H.O.A B. AB.H.O.A B.
Daotala. rt . 4 I 1 1 Mllaa. cf ... t t t 1
Caldarall, If. 4 I I t I . ha.lar. lb. I t I It
HartaaU, Ib. I 1 t I t Bitrfald. Ib I I I I t
Crea. ct 4 lit 1 0alar. rf . I tilt
Kolaht, aa... I ill (' Walker. If I t t t t
Caaaa. lb. ... I III I I atcBrtda. as.. I I I I ti
1
Oardnar. Ib . 4 1 I t I Ouabain, Ib I 1 III
waoiiay, . . I I 4 t t Heary, o I 1 4 I t
I'laber, p. ... I t I I Groom, p I t 1 I I
Totala......!! It 17 II I Total It I 14 11 I
V..ur Vmk 1 0 0 1 100 I
Washington 0 0 0 o 1 0 0 0 0-1
Two-baae hit: Danlela. Sacr.flce hlu:
Qeaslec. Kn gut, Ci.a e. stolen bale;
Crte, Caldwell. Left tn be: Wahing
ton, SVNew York, . Basea on errora: Nw
York, 1. Suuck out: oy Groom, 8; by
Flher, i. ilases on ball: Off F.aher, L
Hit by pitched ball. By Fisher, Klberfeld.
Time: I Xi. Umpire; O Loughun aad
Connolly.
DlrlglblU Balloon Barned.
HANNOVEIRSCH - MUENDEN. Prussia,
June 26 The dirigible balloon Paraeval V,
while undergoing repalra today, taught fir
and wa destroyed. No one wa njur.d
.lie Paicevai V recently had be-n ruaku g
passenger trip out of Berl n. On Aprtl
2 last the alrthip made a pe..lou dtsca.it
at Haltberetdt during a storm. i he orew
wete compelled to r p the envelope and
made a rough landing. .
rVormaa MacLeod Assign.
PHILADELPHIA, June 26 Norman
MacLeod 4 Co. of this city, slock broke: s.
today mde an aaslsnment The firm I
laid to have done little business lately.
Mr. MacLeod 1 a fon-ln-law of John
Wanamaker.
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Start the Day
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YouUl End It
with Comfort.
AT work or at
play, you'll be
cool every minute of
the day, no matter
how broilinsr the
sun. B.V. D. is the right underwear for right new.
Loose Fitting B. V. D. Coat Cut Undershirts,
Knee Length Drawers and Union Suits give
the east and foist of perfect bodily content.
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b aavad ea awry B. V. D. Uoder garment. Take aw anderasraMot araaVaa tbi label.
The B. V. D. Company, New York.
The Key to the Situation Bw Want Ada.
A GREAT TONIC
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There is one reason above all others which makes 5.5.5. the greatest
of all tonics, and that is because it is the most perfect of all blood purifiers.
Any system which needs a tonic, needs a blood purifier, for it is impure
blood which causes the weakened, run-down condition of the body. 5.5.S.
is made entirely of roots, herbs and barks, which possess not only strength
ening properties, but at the same time are recognized as ingredients of the
greatest value for jemoving every impurity, poison or taint from the circulation.-
5.5.5. improves the appetite and digestion, corrects stomach
listurbances and steadily tones and builds the system up to perfect health.
It adds to the blood (he rich, healthful properties it needs, and in every
way benefits the system. 5.5.5. cures ell diseases and disorders arising
from weak or impure blood. Book on the blood and medical advice free.
5. 5. S. is for sale at drug stores.
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HERE'S Goo-1
Health to you
a draught of Jet
ter's Gold Top beer,
cool and sparkling.
It Quenches the thirst
and Invigorates the
. system and there is
othing that will prove a
strengthener and appntlzer
Ilka Jetter't Gold Top
Beer,
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Ooug-laa 18481 Auto. a-lMl
South Omaha Wm. IConnoll Bluffs
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