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SUNDAY BEE: JUNE 23, 1912. , 1 , - " .
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HAPPY HOLWW. GOLF FAST
Gray and Weppner High ia Four
Ell Tearsome Match.'
srrimAis FOR COMBS CUP
jr. . Weppner ana. J. R. Worrta
tHft Oppaaeat ia Tats Play
. mud Will nmt for the
The qualify ins round of the beat ball
four-ball fourfiom match at the Happy
' Hollow club waa played yesterday after
noon. , Fast play marked the matches
and over forty golfers were entered. The
. weather 'waa Ideal -for golf and much in
terest 'waa displayed,
H. B. Gray and 3. 8. .Weppner with a
handicap of eleven strokes made the beat
score of the Afternoon. Their gross was
aetntynlna and their net sixty-eight.
SI.' Boyce and K. J. Wolf got second beat
score with a wet of seventy. Their hand!
cap waa seventeen.'. Following are the
aeiwes, h first four jlr of Which aual
itsd for tthe match play for two priae
Th pairings with handicap are Oray
ni! Weppner -t) 'Vs.' Rtebel and Well
(12), Past and Campbell 10) vs. Wolf and
' Tot. Hdp. fioore.
Orav-WeppmM' ...... 70
fWean-JFiiflbel, ir .,,... 2
famrll-Paat' ... M
J'lf-raid-8hepar4, Jr... 80
ii !r.vy-oehlna ....... m
f'os-Klllck i. .. 99
Uffhine-Van Burgh M
itorrla-Kimberly .......... 92
In Hie aemi-flnal for the T. 6. Comb
trephy J ft. Mowl beat E. E. Kimberly,
3 up,; j.JB. Weppnar teat A. O. Elllok
i up -and' to go. Weppner and Morris
will now T.ght tt out for possession of
the trophy.; v '.:...: ..
In the dire ound of ptay tor the Van
Burgh pwae ElUc tieat WoW 14 and 2;
Caw.piU beat WHta, hd ti FlUgerald
tjt SSiepurd. -t and .
to Be Played Today
Taa final round of th dtr gblt tborna
ett will be played at the Country ttib
linfca todey. entrants from the field etua,
a. mut part and tb Own.
try club takln fcait, . , ;...
' Jack Hughes and San Reynoida of th
rield otab twafl tn the atandint ( the
tcmrsament to data,. Mghs being low
ith m. , i ...
fonotttg 4a tn walidlnt of tit tiva
wbo Java ta towett ard:
Jaca Hughaa, FWd ub.:...;, W
t -mfcvnolda, iwt ctub.. Mi
v. W. y. Gumrr aiwb m
J; Weppnet, ay Hollow tu
M. H. lDocetH-. t ield club 365
TUY f CI KCUtJ TROPHY .
AT FIELD CLUB NOT FAST
Fttty-iowr ftolbtm tnlerad th matoh
play ytstarfiiy aftertioon at thf Omaha
ITM 9ub for the.Aibwt Jtrug trophy.
Tfea ay vaa nat fast and low score
wera twned ta, J. F, Baumaa and. R. C
VTknr tied tip for tim place with i
net af 1 axrokm The former had i
handicap of six and the latter twelve
Following are , the scoiea: ;
" . , Tnt. Hdp. Score
S7 I g(
M 13 1
M 7 S3
' 10 Hi
al ' t
W s ., 3
W . M
t ' M
f ." l. K4
4 .10 4
93 . t 5
R. H. Beauehamp ...
K, W. mk ......
J. K. Spt-aoer .....
O. , Kipiir.Rar .....
3. W.'Parwsh ,...,
3. B. Frader.burg (ti
i W. Richerda
T. T. Murphy
O. W. Srielda ,'
W. U. Wiikina ,..k
A. W. Scribner ;
F. totter .....,..,..
Pallowing are Uie pairing
Bauffiaft an rraflt-nbur BKield and
Speacen Parrlsk- and Scrjbtef; Cundlft
aad Bauthmi; Ktk tnd Marphy;
wijejcs kna KiMlnger; ror(or and Pottw;
.ttarai aad. wasner,
H.S. LADS STAKT GOLF
. TOURNEY THIS WEEK
w lads of tke Omaha High aohooi will
sirt their 1M3 torssent Tuesday aft
eraooa, piaig at the Country ub and
lpy Hbiiow. Durtng the state tourney
t we cxnmiry u tfi latter l4.rt t
tfj-a;6k U) oj-a witt play ail thai?
matches at ike Ilaepy Halieir Mnaa
Clarence Petfera, h haeaharge of the
icvTBty. naa not yet completed tU entry
list and will not raak.tb pairing until
mora soy signed up.
Karold Johnaba, ,lJ,,holda the present
u-mnni a xa acaooi, but h la
Jar r;wa t aomp4 la this year'a tour
nameat because of failure in atudlea dur
lag" tn last aokaol term.
vi xmvm ot U tr, t.. Huffman
Atttrsosria aompaay, who hat Jott re
tl.-t -ITrrai Detroit, wftera ha has been
hurry! j; oat hlpment of ear to their
i ;enti, ryra:' "Do you know that aixty
thiee pw east- of ail the automobiles
1 - .'a ' 1 LHa world ar made la Detroit;
I i t r-.'.r-CTt per oent of the
It 1 gutJmotliss ia Detroit (the
m i rr. i tr'xl bnye- in the
CUBS POUND PITCHERS HAM
(Continued from rim Pact )
runs: Harlden, Merkia. Hits: Off Cran
dal), I la five end one-third Inning; eft
Wlite, in one and two-tulrta innings;
off Ames. 4 In two inning; off Tyler, It
In six and one-third inning; off Don
nelly, 1 in two and two-thirda inntnge.
Bane on balls: Off Tyler, 2; off Don
nelly, 1; off Crendalt, 2; off Wlltse, 1.
Struck out: By Tyler, i, :by Wilts, 2:
by A met, 1 Umpires: Brennan and
bmslla ...... ' .
BEoomu mw xm teste
Largest - t rowi la ' Maay Day
Wateaea Phllllea Laa.
BROOKLYN, iune a-Tha blgfeat
crowd in many day saw Brooklyn da
ft-at Philadelphia In an exoUlng ten-inning
game. Brooklyn went to bat In th
ninth and tied It on throws by Downey
and Dooln and Wheat's hit. dcorai
AB.H.O.A B AS H O A.I
fkrt, ff. S
Dowmy, fa.. 4
, Jt... 4
itnj, lb. 4
Hnttm, . iti.f. 4
Doolin. t. .. 4
XIHIKr. ,. 1
Wlh ,.v I
Brennan, p., 4
Doolo. 4 4
I I S Ur, tt.. 4 I
4 I 4
i t trt-hw, n... I
It ...... I
It SJmltA. Ik... I
t It I stxntwrt, lb. I
t lWht, II... (
I I 4 IHutm'et, H.Sb 4
I arMir, ... I
a s eMuiw, ,,.. I
sat eRrwm, . ... i
i l l esiMk. ...... i
4 11 If Inillnt, a.
1 1 I
I 4 4
I I 1
1 4 4
4 4 t
4 4 4
4 4 1
t- . . w. . no, p..., i
Total! 11 Dill lNorth ... 1
Kurt, ...... 1
':. -.i ,v. tatais.l;.41 ill 14
Batted tor ktllifer in fourth,
One out when winning run Soored.
Batted for Ragon ia eighth.
Philadelphia ... MltlMtM
Brooklyn ,.... 14910411-4
Left an bases: Philadelphia, I; Brookiya,
t. Two-basa hits: Luderua Smith. Throe
base hlta: Cravath it). Moran. Miller,
Home runs.' Paakert, Tooley. Double
play; Miller ta Smith to Daubert to Hum
me). IBaaea on balla: Oft Stack, t; off
ringung. i; orr srennan, a: orr Ragon. a:
off Sobiilti, t . Struck out. By fitaok,
by Urennan, a; by Raron, I; by
Bchulu, f. liiui Off Stack, In three
and ons-thlrd InnlngNi off Ylniriing. I
in two-thirds Innings; off Ragon, 1 In
four Innings; on Brennan, T in three in
nltiga. Time: &;& Umpirea: Sasoa and
PIRATF3 -X50WH CISCIS3JATI
Heda Ar Defeated by Score of Two
- ' ta a. -.-:-
P1TT8BUHOK, Jn aPlttburgll de-
I fsatad anolnnatl. , 8cort: ' " - v
' ' PiTTanitRoH. i f ,; cinchwati:
AB.H.O.A. , AB.H.O.A.g
Bvrw. j ahr, If., f i I 4 4
ttroy. It ... 4 114 6Mi.ra.tu. ef. 4 4 4 1 4
Brtdlmter, rf. I 0 i i SHoWitwl, lb 4 1 4 1 4
W(nr, .. l 4 OMItchall, rt. 4 1 0 0 0
, t vmitonaii, rt. 4 1 0 4 4
lb... S4t Eon, lb,. ,.4414
rt... l i I 0Ph.lh, 15.. l i t 4 1
J.I 1 I iM.!0onal4, im 1 i I I 6
Oianuu, p., 2 i Ijavaid a..... I i I u
TM1.,;.I4 4 St I 1W4la....-..ft "4 S "l
Pittsburgh, ...... m.0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 i
Cincinnati .........ft 0 1 0 6 0 0 0 0-1
Two-bae hit: Wilson. Baaea on balls:
Off Camnits, I; off. Suggs, i. Struck out:
f&imn'&Ji by Tims; 1:40.
t mpires. . BJgier and Slnneran.
CREIGHTON WILL PLAY"
ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY
Tha athletic authorities f of CrWghtoa
university have announced tha aohadullng
of a foot halt gam who fit. toult unl
veralty for NoVem&sr i, In Omaha. Thla
probably wtll b tua blgfen game of
Creighton'a gtason boiu of the rivalry
between the two Jtsuit Schools, ahd
taus of th chH tonnectlon between tb
two. Many of th. faculty of Crelghton
university wer students at St. Louis.
St. Loui wnlvralty put up a stellar
brand of foot ball and baa never oomeea
far west aa Omaha before. Negotiations
have been on for thla fame for several
Sura of th last Olympiad, who
compel again neit month under
Stairs and Stripes; ., :
.A Metvln vhoppard.. '
Br -1 c, irons. ,
' A : .. . Y.- A
V"- i ..... i' - - v. ( j ' ( T t, -k iy , I
A- f " S " . , 4' , a - f 1 , , Y .S '.' C ff If
X rVr ir
COUNTRY CLDB BEATS FIELD
3. B. ttim, 1. W. &diek knd Otien
Wia Ilktdi fcy Oat Point
LCSHS GIVE AXtfUAL DCTHEa
Play Jrot to r(. bat latereatla
fa Playara aad Ipeeutora
Beat Match la1 Maay
Th Omaha Country lu golf team won
th annual team match from th Field
club by th small margin of on point
yesterday. Th match was an Of th
pest pulled off tn recent years. Not until
th last man had finished could th win
ner be determined and it than was found
that th aristocrat had trimmed their
adversaries by a fl t acOre. 3. S.
Rahm, John W. Redlck, Blain Young
and R. T. Bums wer th beet men tor
tha Country club; cleanlnc up yrythlnt
on their oppontnta,
Tha ptay waa sot unusually fast, but
was Interesting from' tb flams' stand
point and also from th standpoint of th
spectators, and ther wr many ot them.
Following th match th Country elub
pl&yar wr Btrtaind kt itnnr ky th
Field club. - .
Following ar th rasulta
Ray Low 1!
J. B. Rahm........
J. A. Abbott. ........ 1
Frank Hals......... f
Jam Blskaney..,. I
Hal Brady...,....., 0
A, A. McClur..,.. 1
W. J. Foy... S
W. T. Burns.,,.,.,. 1;
D. L. Dougherty.... 1
Clarence Peters., 0)
John W. Rsdlck,. I
S. H. ioraau..,.. w
H, Johnson 2
J. B. Lindsay i
W. C. Palmatli
M. C. Peters..,,.,,, ft
Ralph Pater .01
K. iMorsman, lr, 1
O. Wilson I
F, H. Oatnaa
A. L, Keed,,,,u,i
R. T. Burns...,.,..
H. C. Bumney
J, W. Hughes.,
J. W. Williams,
Beatrice Turns 4
Tables on Otoes
BBAT1UCB. Neb., June &-(8pdal
Telegram.) Beatrice turned the tables on
Nebraska City today - and won by the
tear of I to Si Dull pitched a fin gam
for th local aad at no tin was h tn
danger. 8cor: ', r H.B.B.
Nebraska City. ............ ....... Ill
Beatrto . .,........, ,,,,,.,,.. e k f
Batteries: Nebraska City, Ceehran and
Ooldwalte; BAktrlce, Dull and Datrow.
HUMBOLDT, Neb., JUhe 22.(Speclal
T.legram.h-ralia City failed to or
again today, making three straight for
Humboldt against th leader, two ky
the shut-out rout. Humboldt boys are
In good trim and are playing fast ball.
Score: X " R.H.B.
Humboldt ...ft M 1 4 1 2 8 1
Falls City.... 0 9 v , 0 0 0-0 1 1
Batter!": Jarrott and " DitUi Ptbblt
Snd VanDefhlU. . Umpire! - Hartnoay.
AUBURi, Neb,. June 84. Auburn mad
k clean up ot tne series today, dishing
up a row of goose eggs to th prohibi
tionists. Score. ' R.H.K,
Auburn ............. 0 1 1 09 -i i
Hiawatha tiOtlOOlM t I
Batteries: zenderman and Musser;
Dkvtdson and Maxey. Umpire: Ward.
AVENGED BY SOX
CConttnuad from First Pkg.)
hits: Cobb, 6lon, 4rl- iacknon, Su uck
out: By Dubuo, f; by WUIett. I; bp
Krapp, I. Base On balls: Off tmbuc, l;
lllett, 1; off Krapp, 4. Umpirea,
Key ta th Situation-Bo Advertising.
of American Stars for the
O Ralph Rose. . - ,
SVppard. Iron and Ro did their full
share toward 1 capturing h Olympia
honors for thla sountfy In th Olympiad
at Hmdiift..XWl 1'JJ aa ISi- CSCtJ
tc I l, J fl 3Si- .-J .- J i:
t . Mil ri M IIS - . .'..,1. m - " t
v. i i ii h ir I . . . . i t
" Xl l'lfcrf1- "TOSS.?
W A,r Champion k
TEAM TRAP SHOOT TO BE
HELD AT GRETNA JULY 4
On Of ths features Of the Fourth of
July celebration at Gretna will be a teanvj
trap shoot with five men to ateam. All
of the neighboring towns will be repre
sented and k good sited purse ha been
hung up for same. There will be other
event for shooters, none barred. Th
program of sports will be one of th best
aver pulled off at this place. The has
ball gam between the fast Papillitis
team and the Eurekas Will be a good
one, as th . teams ar well matched.
Horse racing, foot races, a basket ball
gam and other event will entertain the
crowd Until dark, after which a gorgeous
display Of firework Will be set off.
Three t Leaaae Reenlts.
Ai DavenportDavenport, 16: Peoria, 1
At Decatur-Decatur, 2; Blooming
aI babuetue Dubuque, Quiticy," 1.
OLD-TIMEB SHOWS THAT HE CAN
COME BACK.1 T .
month they are expected to more than
hold their own again. Ik the last gamer
8bppard won the WmW run andih
l.SOO-tntu- event." establishing new rC
TX f t CR. aim, ia tk K jy4
" i . .. ,, 1
Eleven Boats Sail
at Carter LakeThis
Afternoon in Saces
At Carter lake thla afternoon the aeo
ond of th summer serie of regular Sun
day afternoon yacht ract for the Bdholra
silver trophy cup wilt be hold. Eleven
boats ar expected to take part over th
hew racing course at the lake: Most f
the yachts will bt manned by Rod and
Qua club members. -'.'- ':'..'.
Last Sunday' fac ended in a round
of protest and th winner has hot yt
been decided upon. ; ' ( -; ' ''
Yachts which are expected to make k
strong showing this . summer ars the
Priaclla, a thirty-two footer owned by
R, N. Burgess; the Manawa, thirty-two
footer owned and manned by Jerry Van
Rehnselaer, and the Alice, a twenty-six
toot boat owned by Ralph B. Perkins.
The Katheiinet one of the smaller boat
bwhed by B. N. Burgess, Is also able to
glide over the water at a swift gait.
This afternoon's race will start at 2:90
from the Bod and Gun club dock, the
weather permitting. ...
KOUNTZE TENNIS TEAM
OUTPLAYS ROD AND GUN
The Kountte club team 6t th City Ten-
tils league continued It llreaa ot Winning
yesterday afternoon when It beat the Rod
and Gun club in every single and double
match of th afternoon. Th play wai
fast at all times, although Very ene-eided,
and witnessed by a larg crowd. Follow
ing are th scores: . . .,r;:-.- -..-v; -.,
Colpetaer of Kountse elub beat Farrall,
4-2, 6-8; Madden of Kountse beat Hatott,
B-0, 0-0; Kennedy or nounta seat vraig
head, 6-0, 6-0; Burns of Kounta . beat
Hafon, 6m, 7-6; Spelninger of Kountxe beat
MoCormtck, ' -l, -; alaOornaiak of
Kounta beat Nsgley, -4, 16,, t-L.
Colpttzar and Madden beat Farrall and
Hatch, S-8, M: Kennedy and .Burns beat
Hansen Snd Craighead, 4-0. 4-1; Speininger
and McCormlCk beat Negley and McCoN
mick, 6-2, 6-0. ; ; '
tratrat AaatHlatloh Games.
At OaleSburg-GalMbureT " ;.t; Mon
mouth,' 7. ..1 . ' , Ci.
At Hannroai nannwai, a; Jiuscavma, .
Kewanee, l; BurnnRton, s.
At Keokuk Keokuk,
6; Otturawa, S.
1 itvinut S2 seconds, the former
being 1 mintrte S seconda ,His tint
th 1,500 inetrea was . 4 minute
second, th former record atandf
4 nlnuts second. Irons wr
j:umitD-J!rn?t43 ".r"p pHl. also. llteike.
Th student' athletic fee, which was
o popular with Crelghton students
during the 'last year, when It w&l in
augurated at Crelghton university. . win
b assessed Heat year k k part ot the
regular eolleg eiMftensefc tt will be made
compulsory In all th departments. Dur
tnf th test year tt waa Optional In the
arts department because it Was assessed
after school began. It ha proven a sue
cess, inasmuch a it raised th attfcnd
anct kt th foot ball game and Glee
club concert -v i .r
The fee haa, however, been raised
from tt to ' Vk. Three dollar has been
found insufficient to jpay for the priv
tlette tonftrred by th Htm. . The
ticket admit the student to th root ball
game, base ball games, tennis matches,
debates. Oratorical contests and Glee
elub concert. So large deficit was met
with in toot bail tha no base ban eam
waa had hi year.,v,:f;: a
SCORE IHREEJN THE NINTH
(Continued from First Page.) " "
iei Umpirea; Cahlirand" Ir-
COLONELS OYEECOMB TOLEDO
Laaiatlll FialahiM la Ld by Five
ta Tkr. ....
TOLEDO, June 22.-Loulkvllle won.
TOLfcDO. ' Mil8VtU.8.
AB.H.O.A. k. ' AB.H.O.A.E.
NllSt. It i i AB.H.O.A.E.
H'ehmtn, tk I I T 4 OBuirh, rf.... I 14 0 4
Bronklt, . 4 4 4 tMetoea el.. 1 114 4
Chaenta,,! 4 1 4 48tnaM, It 1 1,10
Burna, tt... i Z 1 0 eLennaj. 3b.. 6 1 14 4
FHck, rl... S t 4-B Hw, -w.4 1. 4 4
Odrrick, lb. I 113 1 AHarria 2b... S 14 11
LanS, e..... 4 4 4 I Pmix lb... M M
ralkeaVCi It MM OBchlSi a.,..! Slit
CoUarwre. , 4 4b smittk, p i t I j 4
dills 1 9 0 0 0 S -
'- ' -" waw.'.i;..' tr l : i
Total, ..,.JS 10 17 M 1 i,
Batted for Famenhe-ir m etsrhth.
Toledo .......... ...8 . of '6 o 0 0 0-3
Louisville ......1 1 li tit 0 0 06
Two-base hit: Burn' Tinso
Off FalRanberg, 8; off Coilamore, l; off
iouaermiis, s. smicn out: By Faiken
bere. 2: by Loudermik. 2. Hits- Off
Falkenberg, in eight inings. Umpires:
snerbaiter and Connoty; I
Sixteen-tnnM Game. .
MASON CITY. Net . . aM
cial).-An Interesting, rme of baseball
waa played 'here in !ha itv noT-t tnH..,
between Ansley and' Mason City. . After
amioen inning Matin City won br
score of 4 to 3. A lage crowd witnessed
Mason Gity, Roberts and Greensliti An-'
leyU M.unn ,an" J11- Mason City will
mi oroKen xjot Oh the Fourth. .';
Alma Blanks Blooattinaton.
ALMA. Neb.. Juff '-runiai iit.
umcurea oiuommKin tn tne local flia-
mono r rraay - artfnoon m a fast and
well played gm.e y following eeore:
'.v V- -' - ' 1 -I---. R H. R
jiuuni ion . . .v uj u e a V v Q 3 4
batteries: Almj Short and chumach
r; Bloomlngton.tamborn and Smith,
' " I i .,
CeatrW City Wlttdft
fftS, S?Tc N.r Jnn .v(spe-cial.)-With
KaifLaab in the box and
Dick Oleastm be nd the bat Central City
defeated the CMts ball players in the
first gam of t season yesterday after
noon by a scor of 7 to 3 at Clarke. A
return game w be played on the local
diamond next'ttinesday. w -
Ian Olympic record. He jumped 24 feet
f Ihche. Th racord was ft feet 1 inch.
I Res, tha giant Callforhlaa, placed the
; sixteaM-poofid shot pat to tha credit Of
'j this country wiU a put of 46 feat Tk
BARACSA TEMIOSES GAME
Wright & Wilhelmy Men, 'with Good
Pitcher, Win, Eight to Two.
ANDREWS GIVES BUT TWO HITS
Adamson - Cracks Oat Two Three
Ba Hits L,hr Ktrlkes Oat
- Tea-MSpeetaOklAr Plays,'
Are Feature. . . ' '
- TBe. Wright &" Wilhelmy company's
base ball team f easily defeated the
Imraajiuef Baraccas, on Omaha university ;
trounda, yesterday afternoon by a score
of 8 to 2. The batting and fleldins of the
Wright & Wilhelmy. company were fea
tures. Pierce, shortstop, made two spec-1
taeular plays and Adamson, center
fielder, got ; two clean three-baavers. '
Andrews, pitcher, threw a good gam,
striking out aiiteen men, and mowing I
but two kite. Lehr, at th Baraoca,'
Pte k fair game. etHklnk out t. !
and anoWlng Mght hit; JohnsOh,' Hght ;
newer, maae- a hard running eaten.
8core: " ' "-.i" '
IJLW' 09 f lid o t ft -s !
Baraoca -' i a u.
BatteMea: Whit A Wllhl,v i, .
and Trultt; Baraccas. Lehr and SwaasOn.
ELECIEIC LIGHT MEN BEATEN: '
l aited gtate sappiy Company wiaa;
One.kIded Coateat. '
Th United State Supply, won Its
fourth straight game yesterday by de
feating the Omaha fclectrtc Lltht team. .
at 'Benson park, by a Score of li to 1. !
Th features of the gam wer th!
Pitching of McQuads and the all around I
neiaing of th United States Supplies. .
Bohan ahd Sallaccepte7l many difficult!
elianee In the field.,. Bexline, 0f thi '
Electric, pitched good baU, while "Luke"!
HcDermoth starred In the field. Scora
u, s. a ca. 2 20
Electrics ........... 9 1 0
Batteries : U. S. &. Co., McQ'uad and !
Johnson; Electrics. Berlin and Johnson.
Home run: Grossman. Two-base hits-!
Hagerman. Bohan. : Grossman. Umpire:)
Westergard, . - I
YORK AND KEARNEY DIYlDEj
(Continued from First Page.)
vey, ll. Green to B. Brown w Justus.!
Umpire; Collins. :. . ' j
GRAND ISLAND TAKES TBlTLLER
Wine from Sewnrd, TtV to One, fa!
- Hartt Battle, v ,: ;
GRAND ISLAND, Neb., June 22.-fSDe.
cial Telegram.)-The most thrilling game,'
eason was piayea jn the third
city today, in -which Grand Island won
from Seward, t After ta visitor scored
one on k Wild pitch in the third the lo' x
CockmanlH tWo-eaeitfer, kSsiSted by an er
ror. La Flamboisd aavea tha
the visitors m this hifilh. when he matf 1
the most Sehational catch m the groan? i
and took a lOnK roll m aMt tt ,-, t ,
Firstein knocked to center garden. Rn., I
dean's" three-taeker In ,tho ; ninth, to'-,
lowed by Cockman- Mkiive," .'.brought 11
thi winning scor.' Scor: " ' i
Qf. Island.., .0 0 o 0 0 I o 1 j 6 ri
Seward ..,.0 4154 4-16 If
. Earned run: Grand Island. xTo-fesM
...... ij einnjooise. COCKS,! i
man. Three-bSae hit: Rondeau. Baser! V
on balls: - Off Connor. 8- nft K I
Lft on base: , tieward. : Oranrt
lan. Wild pitch., ciasmaa. Bat-I
terles: Ciosnmn unA ioWrat. -
aau vamiiueia. empire; iSUgnti , , '
. j . , v. r ""("'"' ,wuj,
Partaerahiii Auto. j ' .
Fred Merkle and Arthur Wilson f th.
New York Giants have bought an autoi
mobile In partnership. Fellow blavpii
fear relations between first baseman at!
oi'-i.u, m necoma stramea i
a result of each wkntlhg" to run the c
all th ; ".;"v- v '-':
liaa Visits Co
Hans Wagnr, whll in New York, vial
ited tha German wirehips,8 fejroano
asked him if he saw the German admiral
and no said ho, but that he saw Muttl
and Jaff.. , -,... v ,:'., '-,V";:f' '--.:' . ,-: 1
Baarraft Defeat Tekamah. ;fi
Biwr'nfti.p! xtu m . .... I
day 8 to . The gam. wag very alowlj fi;
li"L.T"" on Both sides. 'Batterieaf ?
arr,:Zi."Pa unsss; BancroftJ
' nnrllBMoa Tenn ri
CRESToif, la, June -(Bpedal feleJ
ram.)-Two hiindr. o,;i.-J
. i ,-".f"wu un anotjmen s oa 1 Mail
to tills viae lodav. k. ii "Jl
Crcstoti ehODmrrt.' ih uW. J,.i.iA
n..:,,- -, """"
. . Trims Aorara. '
FV1M.. Neb.. - June wsnaoi i.h
S5 ;iT .- M-ea Aurora on th horn
grottmis trtday by a Score of 1 W 1. Bat
rum. Anocrson ami
Brora, ii ocx an Berry and Danlela Struc
ui. oy Anaersoa, ut ay HAckaabarry,
M i:i3iiM:cn m
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