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TirE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: SEPTEMBER 24. 1911.
Stolen bases- Cakes (7, Psrkert, Hausr,
Ixvln, Lobert, Clarke First base on
bulls: Off Oeyer. 3; off Chalmers, b: off
Moors. 1. fltrurk. out: By Geyer. 6; bv
Chalmers, i Hits: Off Chalmers. I In
seven Innings; off Moore. 4 In on end
one-third lnnlnas. Left on base: Phila
delphia, 7: Pt. Louie. 10. Time: .":10. I'm.
pire: Johnstone and Eason.
SIOUX WIN FROM ANTELOPES
(Continued from First Page.)
Ben II. cf 4 0
CasMy, rf S 1
Qulllln. 3b 1 A
Lindsay, lb 3 0
Coffey. as 3 0
Frambes, e 3 0
Harris, p 8 0
AB. R. H
Pom ell. rf...
21 12 1
Fatted for Crittenden In sixth
Batted for Durham In seventh.
Denver 1 0 0 0 0 1 02
St. .Toseph 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Rtol.n bases: Jones Llovd, Ollmore,
Csseldy. Coffey. Sacrifice hits: Powell,
Ollmor!. Qiiillin. L!oyd. Casaldy. Htrurk
out: Py Durham. :i: hv Harris, 1. Pases
on balls: Off Durham. 2; off Harris. 6.
Hit. by pitched tnllx: By Durham, 1: by
Harris, 1. Left on bases: St. Joseph, ;
Denver. 1. Time: 1:40. T'mplres: Morjran
DES MOINES LOSES LAST AT HOME
Faenlo BTbata Out Tallendera on
Host of Errors.
DBS MOINES, la., Sept. :3.-Pueblo
ahut out Dea Moines in the last name
of tha series here this afternoon, score
13 to 0. The season for Dps Moines closed
with today's fame, the locals Going to
Denver tonight, where they will open a
series with tha Denver club tomorrow.
AB. R. H
Totala 33 0
Totals W 12 11 27 15 0
Pueblo 0 1 0 3 0 0 3 212
Dea Moines 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Two-base hits: Mattlck, Belden, Claire,
Craig. Kuns batted In: Berger. Beltlen.
Claim (2). Hughes. Clemmons. Craig.
Kaoriflce hits: Koelner, Hughes (2),
Craig. Stolen bases: Kores, Belden,
Huglies. Berger, Clemmons. Double play:
Korea to Ultowskl. Left on baHes: Des
Moines, i; Pueblo. 7. Bases on balls:
Off Northup, 8. Struck out: By EUK 4:
by Northup, 2. Time: 2:3. Umpires: Clark
LACKS BACRFIELD MATERIAL
(Continued from. First Page.)
Bhonka and Harmon; guards, Elliott and
Wruse and Freitag; center, Homberger
and 'Fraltag; quarterback, Potter and
Prank ; halfbacks, O. Frank and Purdy;
fullbacks, Anderson and RuBsell.
The new field has lessened the num
ber of injuries In the Comhuskor camp
considerably. Elwell, the substitute half
back, is out with a sprained ankle but
aside from that the squad Is in the beat
Will Stlenni "Make Good
The most perplexing situation in the
back field has given way to the feeling
of anxiety In the Cornhusker camp and
the Question is constantly recurring
to whether the new all-year coach will
"mako good." Stlehm at least haa the
good will of the student body and the
varsity squad. He has made a big hit
because of his Jovial disposition. Stlehm
la a big man, the kind who encourages
confidence. Ills work the first week has
met entirely with the approval of Iro
Kiiuad and he baa his mtn with him.
The schedule which he faces is the j
hardest a Nebraska team has ever been
asked to play and if the Cornhuakars go
through the season with a clean record.
Stlehpi will find himself a hero in the
(yea of the bchojl. Kaiifeus. Ames and
Missouri must Tic humbled In the Mis
souri valley, while Minnesota and Mich
igan must be played.
Tha Marlon Automobile company haa
but to announce the agtiicy of the world
famed Marmon to brlnn a flood of In
quiries aa to when deliveries tn be made.
The best In everything always command
respect rather thun Idle curiosity when
bargain counter prices are proclaimed.
Wants et T. A. M. Jleet.
Proceeding on the theory that the early
bird gets the worm, the motorcyclists
of Columbus. O.. have already started
a movement, which they hope end
In obtaining for Columbus the ISM meet
ing of the Federation of American Motor
cyclists. Business men there are back
tug this effort and are pointing to tha
central locution of Columbus as well aa
lta mile track. Columbus a city of 3UU,
OO has U.1 motorcyclists.
The Marlon "35" l attracting tha at
ten Hon of the critical car buyer. Those
who have indulged In the lighter type of
construction. A cur will be no better than
lta weakest part. Too many cars are
weakest in their vital points transmis
sion, axle and wheel construction.
Key to the Situation Bee Advertising.
On 27th Street, between Sprague
and Ruggles Streets, there are 2
occupied housos, and in 2 thoy
take Tho Boo.
Advertisers pan coyer Omaha with one newspaper. -
ONE LONE RUN BEATS SAINTS
'Continued from First Pag" )
I.ew1s to .Innee. Mahllna; to Doivns to
Hlnchman (2. Left on base: Milwau
kee. 1": Columbus 10. First base on balls:
off Marlon. 1; off Packard. I Hit with
Itched ball: Clark. Struck out: Bv
Marlon. 3: bv Cutting, 2; bv Packard, 2.
Wild pitch: Marlon. Time: 1:46. Um
pires: Hayes and Eddlngs.
BLUES DIVIDE DOUBLE-HEADER
Heavy liming and Colonels'
Win First Game.
KANSAS CITT. Sept. 23.-Kansas City
and Louisville divided a double-header,
tha locals taking the first contest be
cause of heavy hitting coupled with the
visitors" errors. The second game was
called at the end of the seventh Inning
because of darkness. Score first game:
KANSAS CITT LOflSVtLLB
AB HO A S AO H.O A t
BarWu. b 4
Srhallar. It. 4
Stanabr. b s
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OO'mahaw. If S
0 HulMrHl. 2b 4
HTen. rf.. 4
1 Boucher, M. 4
0 Stanley, ef .. 4
eUidwIg. ... 4
Curry. .... 4
Hvatt. rf... I
Lev, cf 4
B'annan, lb I
Cnfndon, aa 4
Donffler, Ib. 4
Jamea, fl.... I
O'Connor, c. I
Fnnadfa, p. I
Altrora. p.. I
Totals M II ii 11
Totala .... M 11 21 II I
Kansas City 3 0 2 0 1 3 4 0 l.
Louisville 2 0 1 0 3 0 1 0 0 i
Hits: Off Rhoades, 9 In four and two
thirds Innings; off Altrock, 4 in three
and one-third Innings. Two-base hits:
Bowerman, Corridon, Btansbury, Huls
wltt, James, Baker. Boucher, Love, Al
trock. Lett on bases: Kansas City. '.;
Louisville. 4. Home run: Hyatt. Sac
rifice hit: Hyatt. Sacrifice fly: Corri
don. Stolen bases: Btansbury, Hyatt 2,
Love. Double play: Boucher to Huls
wltt to Baker. Struck out: By Rhoades,
4; by Altrock. 1; by Garry, 3. First on
errors: Kansas City, 3; Louisville, 1.
Bases on balls: Off Curry, 7. Hit by
pitched ball: Bowerman. Wild pitches:
Cuny, 3; Hhoades. 1; Altrock, 1. Tirfic:
2:00. Umpires: Chill and BlerhaWer.
Score second game;
LOV1SVII.1.E. KANSAS CITY.
AB H O. A B. AB H.O A E
Sunib'r. Mill OBarbuu, Ibl I I I I
H.Baker, lb 4 t 0 OSehaller. If. 2 0 1 0 0
N'mthaw, If 4 1 1 0 0 Hyatt, rf...t 0 0
Hu'awltt, Jb 4 1 I 4 fl Lot, rf 3 1 0
Harden, rf . 1 1 0 0 Barman, lb: t I
Hiu'h.r. aa. I A A I OCorrldon, aa 2 1 3
Startler, cf. . 3 0 I 1 0 Downer, Ib. t A 1
Hufhea. c...J 1 t 0 OO'Onnnor. o. 2 A II
G. Baker, p. I 1 0 4 APIene. p 1 1 A
Powell, p... 1 A 0
Totala 31 12111 0 'Sullivan ..110
Jamea 1 0 0
Maadoz ... 1 o 0
Totala S3 t 21 1 2
Pated for Bowerman In seventh.
Batted for Corridon in seventh.
Batted for O'Connor In seventh.
Kansas City 1 0 0 0 0 0 0-1
Louisville 0 0 0 4 1 0 0-5
Hits: Oft Flene, 8 In four Innings; off
Powell, none In three innings. Two-base
hits: Corridon, Hughes, H. Baker. Left
on bases: Kansas City, 4; Louisville, 4.
First on errors: Louisville. 1. Sacrifice
hit. Barbeau. Stolen base: H. Baker.
Struck out: By Flene, 5; by Powell, 7;
by EL Baker.. 3. Passed ball: O'Connor.
Bases on balls: Off Flene, l; oil Powell,
1; off B. Baker, 1. Time: 1:32. Umpires:
Chill and Blerhalter.
MILLERS GET TWO VICTORIES
Toledo Loses hy Nine to
FIt to One.
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., Sept. I3.-Mln-
neapolla annexed two more victories to
day by winning twice from Toledo, 9 to
and 6 to 1. The good pitching, batting
nd fielding of Fred Olmstead from the
Chicago White Sox, featured the first
game. Ollllgan was strong In the pinches
in the second, -while Ylngling was batted
timely. Score, first game:
Minneapolis ...... 2 1 3 2 0 0 1 0 9
Toledo 000 00000 11
Two-base hlte. Rossman, ' Ferris, Cra
vath, Hlnchman. Home run: Williams.
Sacrifice hits: Killlfer, Alter, Owens.
Stolen, bases: .KHIifer, Gill, double pays:
Atlser to Williams to QUI, Bronkie to
First photographs of thla year's Tala
stars In practice. Jim Reilly (left above)
la a regular from last season, who will
play at either end or halfback thla fall.
He Is shown crouched for a backfleld
start. Scully, the all-Amerlcan tackle of
apt. 84, 1911
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GRIDIRON KINGS WHO WILL BE PRIME FACTORS IN THE DECIDING OF THE FOOT BALL CHAMPIONSHIP
OF THE EAST THIS FALL.
On the left is Walter Camp, Jr., of Yale, son of the famous coach, who Is expected to prove a star thla season. He
was laid up with a sprained ankle last year, but Is in fine trim now and likely will hold down one end of the Ell Une.
On the right is a photograph of the wonderful Fendleton practicing a place kick for goal, with Captain Ed Hart hold
ing the' ball. These two men are expected to be the main strength of the Princeton team.
The small portrait above is of Percy Haughton, Harvard's coach, who faces the Job of having to develop an al
most entire team from raw material, bis mainstays of last year being lost by graduation.
Hlchman to Derrick. Left on bases: Min
neapolis, 4; Toledo, 6. Hits: Off James,
3 In two and one-third innings; off Hig
ginbotham, 6 in five and two-thirds in
nings. Bases on balls: Off Higginbotham,
2. Struck out: By Olmstead, 3; by James,
1; by Higginbotham. 1. Time: 1:30. Um
pires: Ferguson and Handlboe.
Score, second game:
Minneapolis 21001000 -
Toledo 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01
Two-baae hit. Rossman. Sacrifice hits:
Rossman, Ferris, Gllllgan. Stolen base:
Kaa w u w n.
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last season (right above), la shown gelling
off a long punt, lie will do much ol ine
kicking (or tha EOts this year. Church
VDcio.., ttiio Wdat uiiu u ,1 auyaiiiu.a
last year, la lha nioet likely candidal tor
lullbaca on thla jraar's Uiua alevao. The
bletur snows turn rsaUy (or a qulim
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Altlzer. Double plays: Altizer to GUI,
Yingling to Derrick. Chapman to Dona
hue to Bronkie to Hlnchman to Bronkie.
Left on bases: Minneapolis, 6; Toledo, ti.
Bases on balls: Off Yingling, 1. StrucK
out: By Gllllgan, 5; by Yingling, 4. Hit
by pitched ball: By Yingling. Gill. Time:
1:33. Umpires: Handiboe and Ferguson.
Persistent advertising Is the Road to
Key to the Situation Bee Advertising.
plunge through the line in the first scrim,
mag work of the year against the scrubs
The Marion "35" baa tha aam axla,
wheel and brake construction as tha
Marlon "46" Tha ear la In a claaa of Ita
own. They do not break.
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Kearney Club Sues
For Forfeit Money
Withheld by League
GRAND ISLAND, Neb., Sept. 13. (Spe
cial.) That quit an upheaval In the State
league of base ball clubs is In prospect
would seem to be clear from the suit for
tha, recovery of $120 by the Kearney base
ball team from Henry A. Sievere of thla
city. President Nichols of tho Kearney
base ball team brought the suit and serv
ice was secured on Sievers on -a recent
trip of his to the Kapltal" city.
The suit appears to have arisen in thla
manner: Cy Black, a Kearney man, play
ing for a part of the season with the
Kearney team, severed hlB connections
with the management at a time when $120
was coming to him from the Kearney
management. Nichols is interested In a
bank. Black Is said to have had an over
draft at the bank. The situation appears
to have been such that Nichols felt Justi
fied In applying, without permission of
Black, the amount on the overdraft. This
account, however, was disputed by Black,
according to the facts aa they can be
gleaned here, and he insisted upon being
paid by the Kearney bate ball team. A
provision in the State league constitution,
as well aa In the national commission
rules, protects the base ball player to this
extent, that every team In a league must
pay ita players or be answerable to tha
league, with expulsion as the only alterna
tive should a club In the league not play
square with the members or tne team.
When the claim was presented to tha
state board, consisting of three members
besides the preaidont, the state board di
rected President Sievers,- who Is also
treasurer, to pay Black out of tha Kear
ney club's forfeit money. The preaidont
did aa directed and has been sued, not aa
president, but aa an individual. The suit
has been set for September 30, at Kearney,
and President Sievers will be on hand,
represented by Attorney A. G. Abbott of
this city. Attorney Sinclair of Oldham &
Sinclair of Kearney la representing the
plaintiff. The question that la likely to
arise la will tha state board, the carrying
out of whose Instructions led to tha suit
against the president, stand pat? And If
so, and President Sievers wins the suit.
what will be Kearney's chances for league
membership next year? Will the league's
own constitution and the national com
mission rules prevail?
Mr. Sievers announced his determina
tion not to stand for re-election, if that
were offered, long before thla ault loomed
up. He haa an offer to accept the presi
dency of the Paclflo Coast league, but
even though there are asaurances that no
"personal suits" will be attached to tha
Job In the west, he declares that he In'
tends to discard base ball troubles for a
The Marion "33" la essentially a phy
Blcian's car. Power enough to negotiate
any road Wheel base sufficient to give
tha passenger th same comfort as a
Saturday, Sept. 30th, Sunday, Oct. 1, Monday, Oct. 2,
Wednesday, Oct. 44 Big Events each day.
Don't fail to see the fastest cars ever brought to Omaha
Admission 50c Take West Lea?enworth St. cars to Race Track
Eourkes to Play Here
During the Big Fall
Carnival Next Month
Pa Rourke a band of athlete will jn
ish the base ball season at home, , con
trary to the schedule. The. season will
close October 8 with Omi ta and Topeka
matched for the final gam. Of the season.
Playing the last game at home waa made
possible by the transferring of the en
tire Topeka series from topeka to this
Today will see the last game before the
team leaves on Its trip to the west. To- j
morrow and Tuesday the Rourkes will I
play at Lincoln. Instead Of at Omaha
The two games were transferred In order
that two games may be played with .the
Antelopes during the Ak-fcar-Hen fes
tivities. The team will return to Omaha
on October 4 to open a two game Series'
with the Antelopes. On October 6, 7 and
the Kaws will play here.
All games will be called at 3 SO In
tead of 3:45 when the team cOmea back,
with the exception of October 5. when
the game will be called at 10:45. The
game will be called at this time In the
morning In order that the visitors to the
city may see both the ball game and the
military parade, which will bp held In
the afternoon. On Friday, Orloi cr (!, the
last ladies day of the season, the ladles
of tha Ak-Sar-Ben and all the vlpltlng
attendants will occupy aix boxes at the
game. Arrangements for thla have been
completed between Pa Rourke and H.
Intense Interest In base ball Is being
taken by Omaha fans, owing to the fact
that the Rourkes have a tood show of
landing In third place in the race. Should
the Rourkes take two games today they
will displace Lincoln and be In the
swim for third place. Th line-up In to
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prevented New .York from tleing the
game, when Sullivan caught him napping
off srcoiid. Score:
Pated for Willams In seventh
Chicago 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 0-e
New York 00010001 0-J
First on error:' Se' TOrk. 1. Two
base hit: Barrows. Three-base hit:
HartzeU. Stolen baes: Creo, Knight
Mclntyre. Barrows. Hartsell. Left on
bases: New York. 9; Chicago. U. Double
plavs: Dolan to Gardner U Dolan.
Sullivan to McConnell, Gardner to
kniohi on balls. Off Caldwell. 4.
I off Walsh. .'. struck cut: Bv Cam we 1.
c; hv Walsii. 4: oy pen. .. .'',,"'
pitched hall: "By Caldw-ell. ' Lj
Lord Hits: Off Walsh. 10 in seven and
thlrd innings: off Scott. 1 In oue and
two-tblrds innings: Time: 2. OS. Lm
plies: Egaii and O Loughlln.
Yaakto Hlh Sool Wlai.
YANKTON P. D., Sept. 23. (Special.
Toen the foot ball" season Yankton
High school In good straight foot beJl
defeated Elk Point High school by th
decisive score of 23 to 0. Only some good
punting saved the vli"s from ora
defeat. Yankton Hlph s. hool. In Bice, the
two Millikens and the two Kosltskys. has
five men who will be heard ftorn this
season in high school Emm an 1 Yank
Ion hopes for a good position at ThanKS
givlng. fyas produced
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