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THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1912.
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HASTINGS WINS AND LOSES
Takes Morning Game from Superior,
but Loses Afternoon Contest.
riTCHERS DO GREAT WORK
Vance Permit But Two Hlta In the
Afternoon Game and Superior
Win the Contest with
HASTINGS, Neb., July 4.-(Special Tele
gram.) Hastings and Superior broke
even on a double header which drew big
crowds today. In the morning Superior
made all her runs on errors and Bromly
and Watson starred for Hastings, the lo
cals winning by slugging.
The afternoon game was slow and
against Vance's masterful pitching. Hast
ings never had a look in. A walk, a wild
throw by Herche, Vance's double and
Orr's single netted the three runs. Morn
ing game. Score:
Superior 040 N0 000o-4JJ
Hastings .... 0 1 000301 -6 84
Batteries: Stevens and Prucha; Thrall
kill, Shaner and Bachant.
Afternoon game. Score:
Superior .... 00000030 0-3 40
Hastings .... 000 0000 0 0-021
Batteries: Vance, Prucha and Miller;
Herche and Bachant. -
Fremont Takes Two.
COLUMBUS. Neb., July 4.-(Speclal
Telegram.) Columbus lost both games
today to Fremont through inability to
hit. the ball. Both Barney and Kingdon
kept the hits well scattered. Canine was
taken out of the first game and replaced
by Boyd, who stopped the slaughter.
Columbus was unable to recover the lost
scores.. Score, first game: ., R.H.E.
Fremont ......2 20100210-8 10 1
Columbus ....0 0 002000 1-3 53
Score, second game: R.H.E.
., Sremont 2 3020000 0-7 93
Columbus ....0 1000000 0-1 7 4
Seirnrd mid York Divide.
YORK, Neb., July 4.-Speclal Telegram.)
Twenty-five hundred, people witnessed
the two games between Seward and York.
York winning the first game 4 to 3 and
Seward the last 5 to 4. Both teams played
good ball and In the first game Mead hit
a home run over the fence. In the sec
ond game Zlnk hit a home run. Malm
qulst made two two-base hits and Gran
nou a three bagger in the second game.
Score, first game:
Seward ..... 20010000 0-3 82
York ........ 00001120 -4 10 2
Batteries: Connors, Ful wider and Camp
field. Wilkins and Kelly.
Score, second game:
Seward 0 V 1 0 0 0 1 2 1-6 12 (1
Batteries: Laflambois and Campfield;
Upton, Osborne and Kelly.
Tennis Entry List
WiU Close Friday
The annual city tennis tournament for
men will begin Saturday, July 6, at 2
p. m., on the courts of the Omaha Field
club. From the way entries are coming
In this year will witness one of the best
and largest city tournaments ever held
In Omaha. Since the National Clay Court
tournament there has been a marked im
provement In the play of local cracks.
Some of the younger players have also
developed along championship lines and
It is a safe prediction that the veterans
will have to play good tennis before car
rying away any prizes.
The entry list wili.be closed at 8 p. m.
Friday. Entries may be made through
Harry Koch, phone Douglas 735, or Ralph
Rainey, phone Douglas 361, or phoned to
the Omaha Field club.
WARD NARROWLY MISSES
. DFFEAT BY EWING TAYLOR
MOUNTAIN STATION, N. J.. July 4.
Holcomb Ward, the former national
champion,, narrowly missed defeat in the
third round of the middle states cham
pionship lawn tennts singles today. He
met the former Harvard player Dr.
Ewing Taylor, who by persistent court
covering and driving won the frst set
at 9-7. Then Ward settled into his old
game of ' smashing well overhead and
won the second at 6-2. The final set was
nut over until, tomorrow. In the same
round, Wallace F. Johnson, the Pennsyl
vantan, defeated. R. P. Bennett, 6-0, 6-2.
, The' bea-innlne of the doubles brought
out Harold H. Hackett as the partner
of L. E. Malnn.' This combination made
it certain that new champions will ap
pear in this event, as Hackett with Fred
erick B. Alexander won the title two
years ago and defended It last year. It
is understood that Alexander has retired
from the game. Hackett and Mann won
their first match easily, defeating Llnd-
ley and Boys, at 6-1 , 6-3.
William J. Clothier, of Philadelphia, the
former national champion, and George
L. Wrenn, Jr., of New York and Chi
cago, the former Internationalist, paired.
Both were in flue 'stroke, winning at
6-0, 6-2 against Roundxy and Dr. Billings
of the West Side club. W. Johnson and
C, "F. Watson, Jr., paired and scored
two matches. In the first they defeated
Miles and Bayne, 6-3, 7-5, and then Spen
cer Miller and Strange of Amherst, at
6-0, 6-4. -
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When Flynn, the Pueblo fireman,
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was at the ringside. Also, his wife w"a"S
Murphy Stricken by
in Midst of a Race
LANSING, Mich., July 4. he favorites
had an easy time winning two races on
the second day of the Grand circuit pre
liminary meet here. In the 2:19 pace the
sudden Illness of Driver T. W. Murphy,
after his horse. Chimes Hal, had won
two heats, made six heats necessary.
Rodney, whom the officials put up, could
not keep the horse on his stride, and
Chimes Hal finished in the rear. Princess
Patch won the last three heats and the
One spectacular feat of the day was a
drive made by Geers with Bergen in the
second heat of the 2:19 trot. The horse
left his feet at the half and dropped from
the lead into the ruck. Coining home
Geers sent Bergen tnrough next to the
pole and in a fine burst of speed the big
horse went under the wire a half length
In the lead.
It was simply a procession In the 2:12
pace. Murphy tried twice with Susie Bell,
but Pan Boy easily had the speed of the
Driver Murphy fell over unconscious at
his stable just before the third heat of
the 2:19 pace was called. Doctors were
summoned from the stand and revived
him. It was stated that he suffered a
bad nervous breakdown. Summaries:
2:19 pace, purse $800:
Princess Patch, b. m. (Gray) 2 2 2 1 1 1
Chimes Hal (Murphy and
Rodney) 1 1 4 4 3 2
Jessie Direct, ch. m. (Dean) 5 4 1 3 4 ro
The Assessor, ch. g. (Geers) 3 3 3 2 2 ro
A. G. I., b. g. (Kirby) 4 6 ds
Time: 2:10, 2:08, 2:1114, 2:11, 2:15,
2:19 trot, purse $S00:
Bergen, br. h. (Geers) Ill
Mount Hurst, b. g. (Shutt) 8 2 2
Marlon K., b. m. (Murphy) 2 8 5
Ella Todd. br. m. (Dean) 4 S 3
Capitola, blk. m. (Custer) S 4 4
May Grattan, b. m. (Brady) ds
May Mack (formerly Dariel), b. m.
Time: 2:13H. 2:16. 2:14.
2:12 pace, purse S800:
Pan Boy, ch. h. (Fleming) Ill
Susie Bell, b. m. (Murphy) 2 2 3
Henry H., b. g. (Dean) 4 4 2
Dora J., ch. m. (Alwood) 3 3ds
Time: 2:11, 2:10, 2:W.
FAMOUS TENNIS PLAYERS
COMPETE INTRASTATE MEET
CINCINATI. July 4.-The playing of
some of the country's most famous tennis
stars enlivened the tri-state tennis tour
nament on the Cincinnati Tennis club
courts here today. The big surprise of
the day was sprung when Miss Ruth
Sanders of Cincinnati defeated Miss Rhea
Falrbaira, former Canadian champion. In
straight sets, 6-3, 6-2. Other results were:
Miss Lois Moyers, present Canadian
champion, defeated Miss Woodmansee,
Cincinnati, 6-2, 6-0.
Gus Touchard. national double cham
pion, with R. D. Little, won from John
Schaaf, a local player, 6-0, 6-3.
. Other matches played late in the after
W. S. McElroy, Pittsburgh defeated
E. M. Worthlln, Cincinnati, 6-2, 6-3.
Roland Hoerr, St. Louis, defeated T. O.
Dunlap, Cincinnati. 6-3, 6-1
Miss Helen Ratterman Cincinnati, de
feated Mrs. Gustav Touchard, New York,
In the men's doubles Touchard and
Hoerr defeated Acret and Wente of Cin
cinnati, 6-4, 6-1, tj
STATE RACESJNDER WAY
Nebraska Speed Program Opens on
ILLA M FIRST IN RACE
Right Guard Steps Three Heata In
Good Time, While Large
Crowd Witnesses the
BEATRICE, Neb., July 4.-(Special
Telegram.) The summer circuit races
opened here yesterday with a large crowd
In attendance. The summary:
Kit Carson 2 111
Patsy Allerton 3 2 2 2
Capt Welch 13 3
Banda Rosa dls.
Kate Mazon dis.
Jim Herbert dls.
Mary Kingward .' dr.
Time: 2:21; 2:22; 2:31; 2:21.
Free for all pace:
Ella M 4 111
Sandy 12 2 2
Major Gantz 8 3 3 3
Creston 2 4 dr.
Time: 2:12; 2:15; 2:14; 2:16-
Right Guard 1 1 1
Eunice Strong 2 2 3
Patsy W 3 3 2
Rheata 4 6 4
Baron Bowles , 5 4 6
Time: 2:14; 2:16; 2:20.
Running, three-fourths mile dash:
Queen of Diamonds won; Blue, second;
OUR COLONEL WINS RACE
AFTER LOSING TWO HEATS
MARSHALL, Mich., July 4.-Our
Colonel furnished the surprise at the sec
ond day of the Great Western races,
winning the last three heats of the 2:18
pace after finishing far back in the first
After taking the first heat of the 2:23
trot, a broken line caused Tex to run
away three-quarters of a mile but he
won the third and fourth heats, dropping
the second to Ricojune. Summaries:
Trot 2:19 class: Fritzie Lobeck (Er
wln), first; Lady Katherine Vincent
(Egan), second; Morning Light (Jones)
third. Best time, 2:18.
Pace 2:18 class: Our Colonel (James),
first; Hal (Hopkins), second; Miss Prls
cllla (Stlne), third. Best time, 2:16.
Trot 2:23 class: Tex (Gahagan), first;
Rico June (Johnson), second; Gladys
Woodland (Lamb), third. Best time
Lancaster to Test
the Albert Law
(From a Staff Correspondent).
LINCOLN, July 4.-(Speclal.)-The first
test of the Albert law Instituted in Lan
caster county will be made In a few
days. Mrs. Maude Wiley, who has
esveral times made the police of Lin
coln hustle to hold up their end of the
law, but who was at 'last caught red
handed and fined $100 a week ago for
running a disorderly house, will be the
Mrs. Wiley's father Is supposed to be
very wealthy, while Mrs. Wiley herself
says shs has quite a bunch of the long
green. She expects to take a European
trip if the present case is decided In
Standing of Teams
St. Joseph.. 43 31 .581
Sioux City 40 34 .541
New York.. 54 13 .W
Chicago ....38 26.594
D. Moines 37 35 .5141 Pittsburgh .39 27 .691
Denver ....36 32 .507j Cincinnati ..36 34 .M4
.37 37 .5001
. 38 38 .500
..3") 40 .4291
..30 41 .423
Boston ....49 23 .681
Phlla 40 28 .5SS
Wash'ngt'n 43 31 .5S1
Detroit ... .36 37 .493
New York.. 19 48 .284
Phlla 28 35 .444
Brooklyn.. 27 40 .403
St. Louis.... 27 45 . 376
Boston 21 50 .266
Columbus . .r 29 .655
Toledo 52 29 . 642
Minneapolis 48 31 .608
40 30 .571 Kan. Clty..3S 42 . 475
35 34 .507 Milwaukee 35 47 .427
St. Pa ill.... 35 47 .427
Louisville . .30 46 .395
St. Louis ..18 49 .269 Indi'napolls 30 52 .366
Falls City.. 30 17 .638!
Neb. City.. 30 20 .6001
Auburn ....27 22.551
Beatrice ...21 27 .438
Fremont ...32 16.W7
Gr. Island.. 24 22 .622
Seward ....28 19 .596
Columbus ..25 22 .532
Humboldt ..18 29 .2831 Hastimrs ...25 23 .R21
Hiawatha ..19 30 .38'"' Kearney ....23 25 .479
I Vork 19 27 .413
I Superior ....12 34 .261
Omaha, 5-1; St Joseph. 15-2.
Denver, 2-1; Lincoln, 3-0.
Wichita, 1-6; Topeka, 3-9.
Des Moines, 3-8; Sioux City, 6-4.
Philadelphia, 8-7; Boston, 7-4.
Brooklyn, 10-5; New York, 4-2.
Chicago, 2-3; St. Louis, 0-2.
Cincinnati. 6-2; Pittsburgh. 11-3.
Boston, 3-6; Philadelphia, 4-6.
New York, 5-1; Washington, 12-12.
Cleveland, 1-9; Chicago, 2-4.
St. Louis, 3-0; Detroit. 9-7.
Toledo, 2-3; Indianapolis. 0-1.
Kansas City, 7; Milwaukee, 2.
Columbus, 3; Louisville, 9.
St. Paul. 9; Minneapolis, 5.
NFBRASKA STATE LEAGUE.
Seward. 3-5; York, 4-4.
Hastings, 6-0; Superior, 4-3.
eKarney, 168; Grand Island, 4-2.
Fremont, 8-7; Columbus, 3-1.
Hiawatha. 0-2; Falls City. 7-6.
Auburn, 5-10; Nebraska City, 4-8.
Beatrice, 7; Humboldt, 3.
Western League Omaha at St. Joseph,
Denver at Lincoln, Wichita at Topeka,
Des Moines at Sioux City.
National League Philadelphia at Bos
ton, Brooklyn at New York. Chicago at
St. Louis, Cincinnati at Pittsburgh.
American League Boston at Philadel
phia, New York at Washington, Detroit
American Association Toledo at Indian
apolis, Kansas City at Milwaukee. Co
lumbus at Louisville, St. Paul at Minne
apolis. Nebraska State League York at Hast
ings, Seward at Superior, Fremont at
Mink League Hiawatha at Falls City,
Auburn at Nebraska City, Beatrice at
STORZ WIN TWO BALL GAMES
Beat the Crack Semi-Pro Rock
Island Chicago Team.
TRIUMPHS HIT BAIL HARD
Elects New Officers
SAN FRANCISCO, July 4.-Election of
officers excluded all other subjects from
consideration today by the delegates to
the General Federation ot Women's
Clubs now In session In this city. The
polls were opened at 2 p. m. and closed
at 6 p. m. but the result will not be
announced until tomorrow.
The voting was conducted according
to precedent established by men In
years gone by and a special detail of
police maintained order in the vicinity
of the polling places.
Only twenty women were supposed to
be admitted at one time, but the repre
sentatives of the municipal law found
difficulty in enforcing this provision.
In all nearly 1,000 women cast ballots.
Principal interest centered in the
choice for president, the nominees being
Mrs. Phillip Carpenter of New York
and Mrs. Percy Pennybacker.
The other candidates are: First vice
president, Mrs. L. L. Blankenberg,
Philadelphia; second vice-president, Mrs.
Samuel Sneath, Ohio; secretary. Mrs.
Harry L. Keefe, Nebraska; correspond
ing secretary, Mrs. Eugene Reilly, North
Carolina; treasurer, Mrs. John Thread
gill (Incumbent); auditor Mr. C. N.
Mahqn, Utah. '
Welch Shines All the War Throngh
by the Way He Successfully
Wields His Mighty
The Rock Islands of Chicago were no
match for the Storts Triumphs and as
a consequence were defeated In both
games of the double attraction at Rouke
Park. Scores 11 to 2 and i to 0.
The second game was shortened to al
low the Rock Island club ample time to
catch a train. ,
Probst and Olson worked on the slab
and neither of the Brewer twlrlera was
forced to exert themselves with their
mates slugging the pill in a ferocious
The Storz began their onslaught In the
opening round of the first game and con
tinued throughout bcth contests. Harry
Welsh and Dougherty shared the honors
In the swatting line, the former securing
a single, two two-sackers, a triple and a
home run clout over the right field feocs.
"Pepper" Clark exhibited a flash of
sameness by returning to the game after
being knocked unconscious in an attempt
to nab a foul fly. Score:
ROCK ISLAND. 1TORZ.
AB H.O.A. B. AB.H.O.A.E.
Johnton. rf.. 4 I 1 OGrabun, lb.. I till
Dukn, II.. i 0 t 0 ODuikM. lb.. I 0 X t 1
Bvrni, lb.... 4 0 10 lDnimmr. lb 4 1 14 0 0
Landlck, u.. 4 lit IWolrh, it... 4 I 01
Cranio, lb... 4 0 I t ODa'shertr, 1ft 4 I 0 0
Roi'b'gcr, lb 4 0 S i IMlnlkut, ill I 1 0.1
Anderion. cf. 4 1 I 0 01 ! ct... 5 1 1 t 0
Clark, o 4 t 1 I Clair, e 4 0 t 1 0
Palaaki, p... 110 1 '.Pro bat. p.... 4 110
Weber, p.... 0 0000
Total! II 14 17 11 I
Total! 14 i 14 U ( .
Rock Ilsland ....0 0 0 0 10 0 0 1-2
Storz 21 2 01006 -ll
Two-base hits: Mlnlkus, 2; Welch, 2;
Grahnm. Three-base hits: Drummy,
Welch. Struck- out: By Probat, 6; by
Pelloskl, 2. Bases on balls: Off Prabsal,
1; off Pelaskl, . Hits: Off Pelaskl, 13;
off Weber, 3. Umpire: Sage.
HOGS OF LIGHTER WEIGHT
ARE SOLD TO THE PACKERS
CINCINNATI. July 4.-(Special Tele
gram.) Price Current says an enlarged
number of hogs haa been marketed the
last week, making a liberal total, the
record of killings for the week equaling
the total last year. Total western
slaughtering for the week was 590,000, as
compared with 620,000 the preceding week.
For the corresponding time last year the
number was 590,000. From March 1 the
total Is 9.146,000, as against 10,126,000 a year
ago, a decrease of 980,000 hogs. Average
weights In some Instances Indicate moder
ate reduction. The quality of hogs being
marketed Is generally good. The price of
hogs at prominent markets at the close
Indicate a general average of about 87.25
per 100 pounds, compared with 87.30 a
Total number of hogs slaughtered since
March 1 at places mentioned: i
Chicago 1,975,000 1,936,000
Kansas City 966,000 1,495,000
South Omaha 1,015,000 930,000
St. Louis 750,000 426,000
St. Joseph 840,000 . 710,000
Indianapolis 366,000 453,000
Milwaukee 286,000 383,000
Cincinnati 214,000 220,000
Ottumwa 131,000 195,000
Cedar Rapids 154,000 156,000
Floux City 4K.0OO 425,000
St. Paul 298,000 270,000
SHOOTING AT WYMORE
BEFORE HOUSE DOOR
BEATRICE, Neb., July 4.-(Special Tel
egram.) A stranger named Bream who
has been working on the Burlington
railroad at Wymore was shot In the
face and knee and seriously wounded this
evening at the home of Mrs. OIHe Col
lett, half way between Blue Springs
Bream in company with Charles Van
Bosklrk and Oscar Hill visited the place
and after they were refused entrance,
they started to leave when Collett, al
leged husband of the woman, opened fire
on them badly wounding Bream. Mrs.
Collett and her husband were brought
here tonight and lodged In jail.
HEINE ZIMMERMAN, THE DEMON
SLUGGER OF THE CUBS.
The phenomenal hitting of the boy from
the Bronx has been the greatest asset of
the Chicago National league team this
season. If you're pitching to Zlm It
doesn't make a whole lot of difference
where you put the ball. If you figure
that you can sneak one over, he is likely
to whale It If you get him with two
strikes and no balls, and want to keep
the next one either outside or inside,
he'll land on It If you are In a hole
with men on bases and want to pass
Zimmerman, he'll hit at a waste ball.
He has driven two of these over, the
fence in Pittsburgh and New York for
home runs this year when the pltoer was
doing everything In Ms power to give
him a base on balls. Some great hit
ters slam only balls that are good, but
Zimmerman violates every batting rule.
The pitcher can never figure him. His
"weakness" In hitting has never been
in Last Stand
AT GENERAL HUERTA'S HEAD
QUARTERS, BACHIMBA STATION,
July 4, 10 p. m. Povernment troops last
night occupied the entrance to Bachlmba
canyon and several Important positions
surrounding It, having driven the rebels
toward the northern end of the moun
tain pass. General Huerta regards the
day's fighting as a brilliant victory for
Eight hours of hard fighting gave the
government forces the advantage of the
position they now hold and when the
fighting is resumed tomorrow General
Huerta believes he will have no difficulty
in forcing the entire army from their
"The government army made a great
showing today," said General Huerta as
lie moved his box car telegraph office
Into Bachlmba Station at 16 o'clock to
night, a place only yesterday held by the
Tomorrow at daybreak, he declared, the
federals will renew the attack. Two bomb
throwing machines were captured today
from ' the rebels and several prisoners.
Casualties are unknown tonight as the
battlefield has not yet been examined,
but as most of the firing was at long
range it is not believed that the losses
will be heavy on either side.
The federals at nightfall were pouring
a heavy artillery fire Into the rebel po
sition, the extent of which was estimated
by rebel officers at 1,000 shells in flv
DINNER TO OLYMPIC LEADERS
Day at Stockholm One of Social
Events and Training:.
DRAWINGS ARE UNTORTTJNATR
Bheppard Paired with Meredith sui(
Jones with Oxford Star, Jaek
son Faalts May Be Cor- .
STOCKHOLM, July 4.-Yesterday war
devoted to training by athletes and
social events by the Olymplo represent!
lives from the various countries. Robes!
il. Thompson of the New York Athletic
club gave a dinner on the yacht Katrina
to the Olympian committee, composed of
the representatives of all nationalities.
The dinner was served on deck and
Crown Prince Gustav Adolph, ' Baron
Coubertln. the American and British
ministers, James E. Sullivan, the United
States special commissioner, and other
prominent Americans attended.
In today's drawings Melvln W. Shea
pard of the Irish-American Athletlo club
and James E. Meredith of Mercer burg
academy were drawn for the same heat
In the 800 meters, and John Paul Jones,
the Cornell university crack, and the Ox
ford star, Jackson, were drawn In the
1,500 meters. The committee desires, wth
the co-operation of all the nations and In
the interests of good sport, to avoid
having two of the best men conflict In
any of the preliminary heats, hence it
Is likely that these . events will b re
drawn tomorrow, , -
The original purpose of the oiymplad,
which was to promote International
friendships, seems likely to be accom
plished. The Americans and British are
training together In the most friendly
The Individual competition In clay bird
shooting in the Olympian gamss was con
tinued today,, when the second stags was
concluded. The best aggregate score In
the first snd second rounds were mad by
the Americans, A, 7. Gleason of the
Boston Athletlo association and J. R.
Graham of the Chicago Athletlo associa
tion, with forty-seven out of a possible
In the shoot-off of the triple tie and
the 6,000-meter range In the Individual
army rifle shooting the Americans lost
the gold medal by a single point Col
ston, representing France, won with
ninety-one. Lieutenant Carl Tosburn, U.
S. N., was awarded the silver medal with
a score of ninety and Sergeant E. Jackson
of Iowa the bronze medal, also with
The Individual scores of the American
team in the miniature rifle shoot follows:
Sprout, 193; Lasner, 188; Hlrd, 185; Os
born, 178; Total. 744.
Key to the Situation Bee Advertising.
Financiers in Debt
For Few Pennies for
Buns, Cake and Candy
NEW YORK. July 4.-John D. Rocke
feller Is named as debtor In the sum of
66 cents to the Purssell Manufacturing
company, a confectionery and bakery con
cern, which today filed schedules in bank
ruptcy. The oil magnate Is among a long
list of New Yorkers prominent In finan
cial society and professional circles sched
uled as Indebted to the concern, presum
ably for buns, cakes or candy, In sums
ranging from 10 Cents to not over $40.
Miss Helen Gould, . according to the list
owes 44 cents, Mrs. Patrick Campbell S3,
Felix Adler 80 cents, John H. Flagler
tl.97 and Thomas F. Ryan $15.35. More
than 2,600 debtors were named In alL
To Dissolve the Union
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