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DOUGLAS HOLDS FOUTiKES
Brilliant Game is Captured by the
; De Moines Aggregation.
Has strong in the finches
Thomas' Triple la the Sixth Largely
. Responsible for the Winning Raa
, ' Hick Goes la Too Late
!! to Save Game,
. DES MOINES, June 20.--8pecial Tele
tram.) In a game featured hy flashes of
superb pitching;, air tight fielding: and
fceavy cannonading Des Molnet won by
the narrow margin of J to 1. .
: Eight of the fourteen hits were for
extra base. Only one man bobbled and
that was not costly. De Molnet had
the baaei full and one out In the fourth,
but could not acore. Omaha had runners
an second and third In the fifth, with no
ouls, and failed to register.
. umana siariea arter Douglas with a
vengeance. Justice singled, was sacrificed
by Coyle and took third on It. Kane hit
through the pitcher, scoring Justice for
me oniy run of the game made by the
Douglas held them three to an inning
until the fifth. Here Davidson, who went
to left field when Scanlon was out out
of the game for talking back to Klssane,
celebrated his entrance with a ripping
triple to left. Nlehoff walked and stole
second. It looked like "goodbye" for
uougias, but Schlpke and Ryan whiffed
and Jhstice grounded out
, Thomason's double In the sixth, with
one out, went begging, and Bchlpke's two-
bagger in the seventh counted nothlnr
A double play in the eighth, after Jus
tice had singled, prevented Thomason's
hit from bringing In a run. Ryan showed
signs of weakening In the second and
lourtn, when he Issued two passes each.
Urand support saved his life. In th
fourth, with one out, Warren was safe
on a fielder's choice and Leonard and
Thomas were passed. Justice throw TO.
ren out at the plate on MoGraw's
grounder and Douglas fanned for the
Claire's triple and Belden's double In
the fifth started Ryan'a downfall with
one out Thomas tripled In the sinn .nrf
McGraw walked. Douglaa scored Thomas
on a sacrifice and Hicks was sent to the
lescue. He held the locals to one hit for
the rest of the game. Score: .
I DE3 MOINES.
AB. R. H. O. A. E.
Halm, rf. ..,
Claire. 8b. ..
Belden. If. ..
4 0 0 0 Oft
. 4 0
. i 0
28 3 6
AB. R. H.
27 12 1
Justice, as. ....
Coyle, rf. ......
Scanlon. 2b. .,
Nlehoff, Sb. ..
Pchlpke, If. -2b.
Hicks, p. .....
4 1 S
Totals ....,..,1.79 1 t 24 n' 0
Pes Moines 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 -I
Omaha 1 0000000 0-1
Two-base hits: Claire, Belden. Thoma
son, Schlpke. Colllgan. Three-base hits:
Davldaon, Claire. Thomas. Sacrifice hits:
-oyle (2), Claire. Double play: Claire to
Thomas to Claire. Bases on balls: Off
Douglas, S; off Ryan. 6. Struck out: By
usla. : by Ryan. 2: by Hicks, 2.
Stolen base: Nlehoff. Left on bases:
Pes Moines, 8; Omaha. . : Hits: Off
8. ,n flve Bnd two-thirds innings:
off Hicks. 1 in two and one-third in
nings. Time: 2:00. Umpires: Klssane
. and Myers.,. ... ; , , , ,
DENVER SHUTS OCT THK KAW8
Brandon Holds the Topeka Lad to
Three Hits and Win-,
TOPEKA. June SO.-Given brilliant sup.
Dort. Brandom held Denver to three hits
Score BnUtUt' Topeka winning. 1 to 0.
AB. R. H. O. A. E.
Vrants, Jb. .......
random, p ,
S 27 10 4
W1im;K. c .
33 0 3 24 8 2
.... 1 0 0 0 A 0 1
.... 0 00000000 0
Three-base hit: Schmidt. Two-base hits:
King. Channell, Block. Sacrifice hits:
P'tlereon. Ryan. Stolen banes: Lee.
King. Qulllen. First base on balls: Off
Brandom. I; off Leonard, 1. Struck out:
By Brandom. 8: by Leonard, & Umpires:
Flynn and Knapp.
IWILLUtG HITS THREC HOMERS
His Hits Alone Were Kneegb , to
Beat glonx City at Home.
' SIOUX CITY. June aO.-Zwllllng's three
home ruts, one with two men on bases,
were enaugh to defeat Sioux City. John
son was wild at times, but brilliant sup
port saved him. Score: .
BIOUX. CITY. '-'v';'
' :. AB. R. H. O. A. E.
Clark, cf 6 1 1 . 1 0 0
to Steal His Own
CONveNtiow cowc To oRoe; )
HASCONVeNED To CHooSS
W 4uyr SELECT A N
WHO ft NOT ONI FtARCeSi,
op honor, ar
WIYH A GIANT 6RMN.
Standing of Teams ,
Western League Omaha at Des
Moines, Lincoln at Wichita, Denver at
Topeka. St Joseph at Sioux City.
National League Boston at New Tork.
Brooklyn at Philadelphia, St. Louis at
Cincinnati, Chicago at Pittsburgh.
American League Philadelphia at
Washington, New York at Boston, Chi
cago at St. Louis, Cleveland at Detroit
American Association Toledo at Louis
ville, Milwaukee at St. Paul, Kansas City
at Minneapolis, Indianapolis at Co
lumbus. Nebraska State League Hastings at
Seward, Superior at York, -Kearney at
Columbus, Grand Island at Fremont .
Mink League-Falls City at Auburn,
Nebraska City at Hiawatha, Humboldt
Smith, . ...
Myers, if. ..
Breen. rf. ...
T. Reilly. 3b.
Cad man, o.
Sage, p. .....
8 27 18
AB. R. H.
Kelly, 2b. ....
Borton, lb. .....
Melnke, as. ...
8 12 27 8 1
tnattehil fnm Dan. IM V. kl.ik
va svi (n8j9 114 111111. 1,
Sioux City 0 0 0 0 8 0 0
St. Joseph 1 10 1
' Two-base ' hit: Powell.
Clark, Zwilling (3), Qossett (2), French.
stolen bases: Andreas, Watson. Left on
bases: Sioux City. 8; St. Joseph, 2.
Double plays: Andreas to Tennant; John
son to Kelly to Borton. Bases on balls:
Off Sage, 1; off Johnson, 6. Struck out:
ny sage, a; by Johnson, c. Time: 2 20.
Umpire: Johnson. ,
WICHITA AMD LINCOLN DIVIDE
Smith Holds the Kansans Safe 1st
the First -Jackson ta Lncky.
WICHITA. June J0.Wlchita and Lin
coln divided a double-header. Loose
playing lost the second for Wichita,
Jackson was hit freely, but kept them
scattered until the ninth, When three
hints saved the visitors a shut out.
Score, first game:
, ' AB. R. H. O. A. E.
Craig, it 5 0 0 1 0 0
Mlddleton, lb 3 1 0 7 3 0
Davis, rf 4 113 10
Hughes, 2b 3 1 2 S 1 0
Pettigrew, cf. ....... 3 1 0 2 0 0
Callahan, as 4 0 1 1 4 2
Mee. 3b 1 0 0 1 8 0
demons, e , 4 0 1 (20
Perry, p........ 2 0 0 0 8 1
Welsh, p 0 0 0 0 0 0
Jackson ..1 0 0 ,0 0 0
Totals ...3 V4 , 27 16 3
AB. R. H. O. A. E.
Berghammer, ss.... S O 0 1 8 0
Lloyd, 2b 4 3 2 1 1 0
Cobb, rf... I 1 3 1 0 0
McCormlck, If 4 3 1 3 0 0
Cole, cf 3 0 1 8 0 0
Barbour, 3b 4 1 3 3 0 0
Mullen, lb 4 0 0 14 1 0
Stratton, C 4 0 1 8 10
Smith, p 3,0 1 14 0
Totals...., ....... .34 T 10 27 14 0
Batted for Welsh In ninth.
Lincoln 10 1 00230 o-T
Left on bases: Lincoln, 8; Wichita, 8.
Sacrifice hits: Mee, Hughes. Bergham
mer. (2), Cole. Barbour. Two-base hits:
Barbour, demons. Three-base hit Cobb.
Stolen bases: Mlddluton, Cobb, Mullen.
Hits: Off Perry. 9. Double nlavs:
Mullen to Smith, Davis to Clemons.
Struck out: By Perry, 4: by Smith, 1.
Bases on balls: Off Perry. 4: off Smith
4: off Welsh. 1. Pased balls: Clemons.
Hit by pitched bal : Pettlarew. Tlm
1:85. Umpire: Haskell. .
Second, second game:
Craig, If.. ..... 4 3 ,1 3 0 0
Mlddleton, lb S O 0 11
Davis, rf 4 0 12
Hugnes, zo ; 8 2 1
Pettigrew. cf 2 1 1
Callahan, ss. 8 1 3
Mee, 3b.. ...... 4..... 3 1 0
Clemons, c. .......... 3 10
Jackson, p 8 0 1
8 27 12
1 f 3
Cobb, ff.. ........
37 1 10 24 10 1
Batted for Hagerman In ninth.
Lincoln 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Wichita ............ 0 0 0 3 3 0 0
Ieft on bases: Lincoln, ; Wichita, 8.
Sacrifice hits: Barbour, Mlddleton, Jack
son, Pettigrew. Two-base hits: Craig.
Pettigrew,, Hughes, Carney. Three-base
hits: Cole, Calahan. Stolen bases: Cobb,
Carney. Double plays: Hughes to Cal
lahan to Mlddleton. Struck out: By
Hagerman, 3: by Jackson, 3. Base on
balls: Off Hagerman. t. Passed ball.
Carney. Hit by pitched ball: Pettigrew.
NORTH SIDE CHRISTIANS
BEAT THE BLUFFS Y. M. C. A.
The Brotherhood Team of the North
side Christian church defeated the Coun
cil Bluffs Y. M. C. A., 8 to 1, on the
latters grounds Saturday. The score:
R. H E
Brotherhood Team...O 0 4 3 1 08 i
Y. Mi. C. A 1 0 0 0-1 4 1
Sacrifice hit: Guyer. Struck out: By
Varlty, l; by Marshall, 3. Umpire; Smith.
n a combination op JbTFcuon '
AN US4WLN M V4lt
SUCH A MAN- THR5F0RC X
PL ACS KV OWN MAM " NOMINATION.
Tmoab iai tun n Iavbi
THOSC fijnT- IAI K4yfD -
C0B ARE BEATEN AT HOME
Eichie it Hit Hard and is Given
' ... ', '.." 'Poor Support ';
ADAMS FORCED FROM MOUND
Is Relieved by Hendrlx Who Allow
' bat Two Hits, One of Which ,
: Home Ran by . ; .'
CHICAOO, June .-PIttsburg won
over the Cubs today. Richie was hit
hard and given poor support. Adams
started "on the mound, but was taken
out Ss soon as the Cubs started scor
ing. Hendrix relieved him in the fifth
and held Chicago to two hits, one being
a home run by Heine Zimmerman with
a man on a base In the eighth.'. The
feature of the game was Wagner's home
run, which scored three In the fifth.
Score: .. . f
; v . CHICAGO. PITTSBURGH.
Ewura, 11. 1 1 1 g OBrrne, lb... 4 10 1
Schults, rf.. I
JUsrsjr, U.... I
VDnollo, rf.. 4
Wspier. ss. I
03. Miller, lb 4
OWIliaa, cf.. I
Tlnksr, ss... I
Usch, cf... 4
Rttsr, lb.... 4
Evsn, H... 4
Arcnsr, lb I
Rlchlt, p... I
W. Miller. 1
IMa, ... 4
ToU1 1 8 17 II I TOU1S.....I4 8 27 11 1
Batted for iRichle In ninth.
Pittsburgh 2 0 0 0 8 2 0 0 0-7
Chicago 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0-4
'.ZW0"M hlt,: ry' Miller. 'Home
runs: , Wagner, - Zimmerman. Hits: Oft
Adams, 8 in four Innings; off Hssjdrlx,
'tlve Innings. Sacrifice hit: Wagner.
Double jlays:. Evers to Baler; Carey to
McCarthy. Bases on balls: Richie, (3).
Struck out: By Richie. 2; by Adams. 1;
by Hendrlcx. 8. Time: 1.40., Umpires
Klein and Bush.
Homo Ran Lands Game
h,C,INIlATJ' J Jun -Clnoinnatl
hit Sallee hard and timely today, defeat
ing St Louis. HobUtsel's home run In
the seventh Inning, with two men on
bases, won the game for the locals. Score;
- IT. LOUIS. CINCINNATI.
Suciins, lb. 4
Mac,- II... 4
Mowrsy, lb. I
KenMebr, lb 4
ill PBstcher, If.. 4110
II lManess, cf. 4 1 I t
l I I UHoblltMl, lb 4 111 t
4 18 tMitoh.ll, rf. I I I 0
110 OMoDoulo'.M 4 111
111 CPhsUB, lb.. 4011
tit tSta, lb.... 4 1 1 10
111 'Clark, 4 1 1 1
111 ISuiis, p 101
0 0 0 4
0 Total!.....!! U r 17
Kvans, rf. . I
Otkes, ef .
ToUis.....M 1 14 11 1
Batted for Wlngo In the ninth. :
Batted foe Salle in,th ninth., -Cincinnati
....0 0 8000 4 0
St. Louis... 0 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 04
Two-base felts: Evans, Huggins; Mc
Donald. Three-base hits. Hauser,
uiicneu, ugan. Home run: HoDlltzel
sacrifice fly: Mowrey. Struck out: ny
Bauee, i; by suggs, l. liases on balls
Off Sallee, 1; off Suggs, 1. Wild Ditch:
Suggs. Time: 1:45. Umpires: Riglerand
Well Played Game
Captured by Seward
SEWARD. Neb., . June 30.-(SpecIal Tele.
gram.) Seward took the second game of
the series with Hastings, 4 to 1 Both
pitchers were in good form and the long
running catch-of Laflumbolse In center
field was a feature. Score: . R.H.E.
Seward 00004000 4228
Hastings .... 000002000 2S1
Batteries: Sewsrd, Conners and Camp-
iieia naaunxs. . 'inraiiKiii and Kaehant.
Struck out: By Conners, 9: by Thrallklll.
First base on balls: Off Conners. 2:
off Thrallklll, 1. Two-base hits:
Brannon, Smith of Hastings.
BRONSON HAS BETTER OF
BREWER IN TEN ROUNDS
INDIANAPOLIS. June 30,-Ray Bran
son of Indianapolis gained a popular de
cision' over Harry Brewer cf Kansas
City in a ten-round contost this after
noon. Brewer pressed Bronson hard In
the early rounds, but lit. the. fifth the
lighter fighter knocked his opponent down
twice and all the rest, of th way had
the better of . it. The ' men weighed In
at.. 142 pounds. ' ; - : ; . J
Arapahoe Wins Again.
ARAPAHOE, Neb.. June 30,-(SpeclatV-Arapahoe
Is winning with monotonous
regularity, having six straight victories.
They defeated Oxford Thursday for the
second time this season, by the one-sided
score or 14 to 4. Oxrord made all or their
scores In the first Inning. After the
initial round Woods tightened up, striking
out eight Oxford batters, and did . not
issue a paas. Local tans are elated over
tb success of the Braves. The team- Is
composed of home players, and - all this
year's reorults with the exception or
Tsnner and Wood a Most of the players
are atiu in tneir teens, ana their per
formance f has been beyond the expecta
tion of their supporters, who only-hoped
tq break even at the best Score: ' '
' - ,. , . R.H.E.
Oxford ....... 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0412 6
Arapahoe ... 0 0 4 3 0 8 3 0 0-1410 2
Three-base hit: Alstot. Two-base hits:
Cavieiel. L. Grace. First base on balls:
Off Grace. 4; off McMurran, . Strnck
out: vBy Grace, 1: by McMurran, 4; by
Woods, t Hit with litched ball: By
Woods, 1; by Grace, 1.
Beata Madisoa. '
8T. EDWARD. Neb.. June ' 30.-Spe-clal.)
8t Edward defeated Madison yes
terday on the Lindsay grounds, 8 to 1 It
waa a fast game from start, to finish.
This makes three games In four days
which Murphy has won. 8core: R.H.E.
Madison 000 0 001 0-2 4 2
St Edward... 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 S 1
Three-base hit: Wlthrowe. Struck out:
By Murphy, I; by Bolton, 2. Batterlea:
. Frtward. Murphv and Agnew: Madi
son. Bolton and Wlthrowe. Time: 1:35.
Umpire: Flory. , . :
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OMAHA, MONDAY, JULY
REYNOLDS WINS GOLF MEET
Field Club Youngster Beats Eedick
. in Final Match,' "
FINAL SC0EE TABS 8 AND 7
Fred llamiltoa Takee Consolation
Trophy Good-Slstd Gallery Fol.
. - ' lows Big Match Aroond In
Wtaaers of the, Toarnameat.
Nebraska 1912 amateur' championship:
Won by Reynolds, Field club. Runner
up, John Redick, Country club.
Directors Iiigrht: Won by Kenneth
Reed. Happy Hollow. Runner-un. H. A.
Tukey, Country club.
Secretary's fllaht: Won hv T. A. Fry.
Country club. Runner-up, C. I Clough,
Consolation flight: Won by Fred
Hamilton, Country cIud. Runner-up,
Francis Gaines, Country club.
Ma ten handicap. "Omaha style:" Won
by H. W. Orr, Lincoln Country cjub.
Runner-up. Douglas Peters. Country
Medal handicap, "Omaha style:"" Won
by George Ross, Happy Hollow. Runner
up, Clarence Peters, Country club.
Swatfest: Won by George Ross, Happy
Hollow. Runner-up, Clarence Peters,
Qualifying round: Won by Sam Rey
nolds, Field club, card of 161.
List of Champions.
Following Is the list of state champions
since the organisation of the Nebraska
Oolf association In 1908: '
1905-E. P. Boyer
1907- H. C. Sumney.;
1908- F. H. Gaines..,
1009 Blaine Young..,
1910-W. J.. Foye
19U-F. H. Gaines...
1912 Sam .Reynolds..
Sam Reynolds, a 21-year-old youth who
halls from the Omaha Field club, la the
new golf champion of Nebraska, . suc
ceeding F. H. Gaines for the title. Rey
nolds won the top notch honors by play
ing rings around Johnny Redick of the
Country club In the final match of the
championship flight Saturday afternoon
at th Benson links, the final score of
the match being 8 up and 7 to play.
Reynolds won the melee at the eleventh
hole, or the. twenty-ninth hole of . the
whole affair. He was eight up at the
time and on his third shot, an approach,
he landed near the edge of the cup, drop
ping down In four, while Redick waa also
taking a quartet of strokes to land
safely. Redick gracefully shook hands
with young Samuel, called him all kinds
or a good golfer and the big state tour
ney, which has been holding the boards
and everything else at the Country club
for the last four days waa a thing of the
-Reynold Lars strmle.
The feature of the match and In fact
the classy stunt of the whole tourney
came, at the eighth hole yesterday after
nopn when Reynolds laid a dead stymie
for Redick about twelve Inches from the
cup. Redick's ball was about two inches
behind that of Reynold's and in order
to halve. It was up to John to hole his
putt or drive off for the ninth green eight
down to the youngster. Redick stood
still for fully, five minutes and figured
out the play, Ralph Peters, who was
caddy ing for him, throwing In a little
advice for good measure.
Redick finally took a chance and with
his mashle tilted the little sphere clear
over Reynold's ball and with a perfect
roll landed in the cup. When Redick
made the play he received quite an
ovation as the shot was really the best
that had been made on the green during
the four days of the meet
Redick was unable to Jump stymies or
do anything else of a startling nature
during the remainder of the match. Both
made a 6 on the eighth, which is par and
one under bogey.
Play of the Morning-.
After dubbing around under the burn
ing stings of Old Sol in the morning
for a full eighteen holes, Reynolds fin-
lshed 7 up to the versatile Country club
yap,; which put things - rather In - the
Field club lad's favor for the afternoon
fracas, Sam had his opponent 4 up at-l
the turn in the morning, negotiating the
outside In 41, even' with bogey.
Reynolds drove into the bunker on his
first drive; Irv-the afternoon and chipped
out on the second1 shot.; Hi third and
approach ahota fell short and Redick
came in by winning the hole, 4--, The
second i was "halved although' Redick
drove a pull Into the bunker and had
to chi ouf'j- .; !?:. - i- -
i Johnny drove off. from ;the secoiSd .half
way up the hilL, Samjwent about 25
feet from the-crest o the' hiilT the ball
Just missing one of the caddies In Its
flight , Redick won th third, putting
him only t down. . V
At the fourth the match 'practically
went ta the Field club boy. Vi Reynolds
was already assured of nothing' better
than r.nd it was up to Redick': to land
an easy putt about three feet f rohv ttu
cup. He putted, but not hard enough,
and the little gutta percha refused to
tumble In the hole although it waa hang
ing by the cover on the edge. ' By miss
ing the Butt the hole was halved, 8-8,
and Redick missed a good chance to cut
down Reynolds' lead. . , .
Reynold! Play Well.
By this time the match was well on Its
way Into eventful "Satan's Pasture" and
the ' spectators were beginning to wilt
and fan themselves with straw hate
Cool as a cucumber, Reynolds took th
fifth by virtue of the fact that John
missed an easy putt that he ought to
have made nine times out o! ten. Neither
chose to combat wltb th "dog les" so
s I I I - - '- - .
sent their drives Qlagoha!l7 for the-No.
6;"Jinx" ;hole.' :-;
For about the 'stentn time during the
tourney the "Jinx" proved Redlok's
stumbling block and after driving out
side on the first shot he lost the hole.
Redick intends to have his total scores
at the sixth hole durlntr the toumev
tabulated, framed", and. 5 placed at the
Country "club along with other trophies
as the prise hard luck exhibition of
Omaha golfdom. . He . averaged about
eight strokes -for the "Jinx" 'every day
during the recent meet While bogey on
the hole Is S with a par of 4.
Short at "BnlL Ring." . :
At the "bull ring;; both fell short in
their drives, landing in the rough, and
the hole was halved with 4 apiece. After
the eighth with Its featured Jump, of
Reynolds' stymie, Redick drove off safe,
but dubbed with his mldlron on the sec
ond shot, putting Sam In line to win the
The tenth and eleventh were halved
and ' the match ' was over,' handshakes
were In order, and Reynolds was the
peer of Nebraska's golfers.
Dad""Reynolds, who Is an old-time
golfist. Is so pleased with the laurels
gained by his son that he Is going to
send him to Denver next month to show
his mettle at the Western golf tourney,
which will be staged at -Frank Wood
ward's Denver Country club links, July
IS to 20. In addition to winning the
state title, Sam cops a handsome ham
mered silver loving cup for keeps. Red
ick also wins a trCphy cup as runner-up.
Reynolds' medal score In the morning
was . 77, while Redick played, around in
88. Sam took a 41 going out and a Si
in while Johnny had 45 out and 38 on
the inside. In the afternoon session
Reynolds was out in 43 and his opponent
out in 44.
Reed Trlnia Tukey.
Kenneth Reed, the Happy Hollow
youngster, won the directors' flight by
trimming H. A. Tukey 1 up in' nineteen
holes. Reed . wins a handsome silver
trophy cup and likewise a place for the
Happy Hollow club In the meet, as Joe
Weppner was put out of the running In
the semi-finals of the championship
flight . k i :..r
Fred Hamilton won a close match from
Francis Gaines in the final consolation,
1 up being the tab. Both played a steady
game, although Hamilton featured wltb
George Ross, a Happy Hollow young
ster, won the medal handicap match with
a card of 80, and also annexed the "swat
test" title with a score of 87. Clarence
Peters was runner-up in the medal con
test with an 81 and runner up In the
"swatfest" with a 90. jj
Following is Reynolds' card for the
day, twenty-seven holes being played:
Out 4 4 4 6 5 5 4 6 3-41
In 3 3 4 5 4 4 8 S (-36-77
Out 6 6 5 6 4 4 4 5 4-13
In 4 4
Match ended at eleventh hole. 8 ud and
6 to play. Following Is Redick's card:
. MORNING ROUND.
Out 4 6 4 6 6 6 4 7
. AFTERNOON ROUND.
Out 4 6 4 6 6 6 4 5
In 4 4
Pntts and Stymies.
No more golf tournaments in Omaha
this year. - .
Sam played par golf at the afth. sixth
and eighth in the afternoon. '
Reynolds was put out of the state
tourney last year by W. JFoye In the
third round, 2 and 1.
Gene Goggln, Sam's tittle freckled-faced
caddie, carried a rabbit's Coot in each
pocket all day yesterday.
A pocket gopher turned up a email
sized bunker about three feet from the
cup In the "bull ring.",
Redick was 9 down at one time during
the match that being at the sixteenth
hole In the morning round. , .
In closing the pages of the meet it
must not be forgotten that Me- Country
club won the team championship on the
first day. . . , -,
In addition to the championship trophy
cup Reynolds wins a gold medal tor Ms
low score in the qualifying round, which
was 16L -
As an aftermath of the tourney a' pro
fessional "flvesome" will be pulled off at
the Field club this morning, i nose wuo
will take nart include Dave Mentiply cf
the Country club, D. 'C. Tweedle, the well
known Spauldlng golflao; Charley John
ston of Happy Hollow and W. T. Clarke
and Alex McAlaren of the Field club.
Local sharks of the links will now Turn
Ltheir. . attention to . the . coming western
tourney, which will be held at'Uenver
July 16 to 20, inclusive . Sam - Reynolds
will be one of the strongest local entries;
and It is expected that at least Jour. of
five others will accompany, him. 3 Albert
sekl. Harrv Lew and other ' players
will be on hand for this event, which Is
always 'a red letter, on the. national golf
calendar.' - , '., ' -A-.:'--:. :-,''. '
; ' ... " '
Frenchman Quits in .!
; . Fight with rapke
' PARIS, June 30. Billy Papke tonight
won an asy victory from the .French
man, Marcel Moreau. In the fifteenth
round of the contest, which was scheduled
to be for the middleweight champion
ship of the world, . Papke twice floored
Moreau with left and -right hooks. The
call of time saved the Frenchman, but
when the gong sounded for the sixteenth
Moreau quit, admitting he was beaten.
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"" Knapp to 'Wichita. '
Wichita has purchased Pitcher Levi
Knapp, who was with Lincoln last year
and was traded to Des Moines in the
winter. - ' , . it ', ' J
Dysentery is always serious and often
a dangerous disease, but .'t can be cured.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea. Remedy has cured It even when
malignant and epidemic. For sal by all
for The Bee by
Field Club Wins :
in Fast Matches in
Fast play featured the match between
the Country club and Field club City
Tennis league teams at the Field club
yesterday afternoon. , The Field club by
strong work In the doubles managed -to
get . the lead, winning seven points as
against five for the Country club.
The singles matches were hard fought
and some surprises were sprung. Crunden
of the Country club, surprised his own
teammates by beating Art, Scrtbner, 6-2
and 6-10. Harry Koch, present city tennis
champion, who defeated Cub Potter' last
year for the title in the city tournament,
met Potter " again yesterday afternoon
and beat him, 6-4, 8-10 and 7-5.
Following are the scores:
' ' SINGLES.
KfcKay of Country club beat McConnell,
8-2, 2-6. 6-2.
Koch of Field club beat Potter, 6-4,
8- 10, 7-5. -
Crunden of Country club beat Scrlbner,
B. Smythe of Country club beat Kohn,
9- 7. 6-2.
Adams of Field club beat E. Smythe,
6-4, 4-6. 10-8.
Toung of Field club beat Stitenger,
Potter and Crunden of Country club
beat Koch and McConnell, 4-6, 6-4, 6-4.
Toung and Scrlbner of Field club beat
McKay and Stitenger, 6-3, 6-4.
Kohn and Adams of Field club beat
Smythe and Smythe, 2-6, 6-4, 6-3.
United States Team
First in Army Rifle
; Event at Stockholm
STOCKHOLM, June 30,-The military
team representing the United States to
day won the international army rifle
shooting competition at the Olympic
games with a grand aggregate score of
The other aggregate scores were:
Great Britain, 1,600; Sweden, 1,575;
Africa, 1,531; France, 1,517; Norway, 1,476;
Greece, 1,429; Denmark, 1,112; Russia,
1,401; Hungary, 1,334.
The aggregate individual scores of the
American team were:
Burdette, 2S8; Br.ggs, 254; Adams, 283;
Jackson, 279; Osborn, 278; Sproul, 276.' '
The score of the .American team at
the various stages was:
.Two hundred meters, 438 ; 400 1 meters,
444; 600 meters, 424 ; 600 meters, 382. Total,
A. Plane, representing the United
States, won the duel shooting indi
vidual competition, at the distance of
thirty meters, with a score of 287. Palen
of Sweden was second with 286, and
Vouholst, another Swedish entry,
finished third with 284. John Diets of
the United States finished in fourth
place with a score of 282.
Cricket Men Play
On Fourth of July
One of the sport features for July 4
will be a cricket match at Miller park
between teams captained by Will
Vaughan and George Vaughan. The con
test will begin at 11 o'clock. t
The lineup: ;
Will Vaughan.... George Vauehan
Lewis 1. ...... .s.
J. Douglas .,
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ARMOURS CONQUER GAS MEN
Slow Game Brightened by Few .Good
Flays-rScore, Twelve to Six.
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CHEERY BUSY WITH HIS STICK
Cracks Oat Home Rnn nnd Two-Base
Hit Belleville Strikes Ont
Nine, bat Gives Seven
The Armour & Co. base ball team-defeated
the Omaha Gas company team,
12 to 6, In a slow game yesterday after
noon. Cherry's batting was one of the
features of the contest. He made three
hits in five times at. bat, one of them
a home run and another a two-bagger.
Bellvilie pitched well. He struck
out nine, but Issued seven passes. Score:
- ARMOURS. OAS CO.
Jelen, cf-lb. I 0 4 2 lM'And,ws,3b 4211
Hyatt, Sb-p. i
Cor-an, 2b-3b I
aravaa. If... 4
Milieu, rf... 4
Ryan. lb.... t
Nelson, is... I
Williams, e. I
Clements, p. 1
Hydock, xt.. I
1 2Nel, It I
0 Warwick, lb t
OCherry, cf-lb 6
OMlller, c... 4
0 Westers' d, ss
ICarleen, rf. I
OBellevllls p. 2
. Totals 35 1 24 IS:1
Totals 37, I 27 12 6
Armours 4 0 0 1 0 2 0 5 -13
Oas Co.. 0 01221000-6-
Home run: Cherry. Two-base. hits.'
Cherry, Neal, Corcoran. Struck out: By
Belleville, 9; by Clements, 6; by Hyatt,
6. Bases on balls: Off Hyatt, 2: off
Clements, 4; off Belleville, 7. Hits: Off
Clements, 6. Earned .runs: Gas Co., 2;
Armours, 2. Time: 2:00. Umpire: Murphy.
WRIGHT & WILHELMY MEN -DEFEAT
ILER & COMPANY
The Wright & Wilhelmy company base
ball team defeated the Her & Co. team
at the Council Bluffs Merchants' park
In a hotly contested' seven-inning , game,
2 to L yesterday afternoon. The features,
of the' game were the fielding of both,
teams. . Batteries: 1 Pierce and TruHt;
Achatz and Blakeman. .- , .
Message of Bible -is
Audience of Mutes
With all the oratorical nergy of an
Auctioneer who can pack a three-hours'
talk . Into three-quarters , of an . hour,
Brother S. D. Senor gave a Bible lecture ,
at a Pilgrims' meeting In Barlght's ha'!
yesterday aft rnoon, while interpreters
for the large deaf and dumb contingent
of his audience contracted . writer's .
cramps transmitting the message. "
In both senses of the phrase the audi
enc was held spellbound. As one in
terpreter, perspiring and. nearing ex
haustion, fell, one, two, three sentences,
a paragraph or half chapter behind, an-1
other took up the flow of thought Slid .
passed It to the speaker's unhearin.tr.
The meeting was one of the Sunday
conventions and Pilgrim services held un
der the auspices of the International Bi
ble Students' association. Many deaf and
dumb persons were there to receive the
message, a discourse on the Bible.
Brother S. D. Senor, as he is announced
on the program. Is a traveling lecturer,
for the association. He Is a remarkable
speaker, both as to his message and de
livery. His words come in salvoes So ,
thick and fast his hearers wonder, that ,
they do not stumble over one another.
He makes his Kngthy syllogisms and
hypothoses and comes to the . "there
fore" -before an ordinary man can sav
"Jack Robinson.". His lecture was filled
with orthodox teachings, explaining the ;
resurrection, the eternal life and eternal
punishment according to the- generally
accepted belief. ...
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