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Wondering Whether If s Weather or Whether
Omaha takes last one
ran Helps Out Wliea He Lands a
Three-Bagger Into Center.
IwiCHITA SCORES IN THE SECOND
the Third Thoauuraa of the
Hourkee Make m, SBMtloKal -Catch,
Pleaataa; the
Faaa. . .'
I Lifting the ball into deep .center for
three baaea, "Wild" Jack Ryan won the
game from Wichita yeiterday afternoon
In the fifth toning by a 1 to 1 ecore.
When Ryan came to bat two men were
fiown and none on I base Hie clout
.broke" Ellia, and JuaUoe bit & alee
tingle, sending the twirler In with the
inning run.
Bweet revenge waa Jack'f allotment
He made up for, being knocked out of
the box in the preceding game by alnk-
ng the harpoon ito the Jobbers and
letting them down with four stingy hits.
Jtyaa worked hard all the way through
knd managed to get himself into a hole
hearly every inning. But the .bent the
ItVichles could do was to get to the
tae, and the sensational work of the
lourke fielders did the rest
: In the third Inning Art Thomason
Helped save the game for Omaha, mak
ig a great catch. Hughes was on seo
nd base and two men out when Pet
Igrew lifted a Texas leaguer over sec
ond. - Thomason started with the crack
f ' the ball against bat and pulled It
(own a few inches from the ground,
bout twenty feet behind second bass,
Good Work la math.
In the ' ninth, sensational fielding
brought the fans to their feet Keleher,
the first man "up, lined the first ball
bitched past Ryan. Sohlpks scooped the
ball up and heaved It to Kane on the
tun. The ball was thrown short and
(Csns mads a beautiful stop and. pickup,
getting the runner.
, A fast double play In the first Inning
f. 'as pulled oft by Ryan and Kane. Craig
tot to first by virtus of Schipke's error.
Hughes attempted a sacrifice and lifted
Ee ball about two feet in the sir. Ryan
ads a drive and eought It with his
E' eat hand, relaying it to Kane in time
get CraJg.i .
A double play by Wichita robbed the
hourkes of a run. With Thomason on
first, Kans drove a hard ons to Hughes,
who ' mads a wonderful stop, getting
f ommie at second, and by quick work
threw Kane out at first
The Jobbers got the first tally in the
Econd. Middleton walked, Callahan
nned, and Middleton stols second.
Keleher put Middleton on third with a
klngle and a delayed double steal scored
Middle.
WJth two down in the second, Schlpke
flouted a hard one to Pettlgrew, who
trapped it and it rolled under the fence,
khlle the Skipper ambled , across the
Hte.
In the fifth, with two down, Ryan
tipled to renter and scored on Justice's
ngle to left v Score:
. ' OMAHA.
' Aa R. H. O. A. E.
ustlce. 88 4 0 1 1 (1
'oyle. rf 4 0 1 10 0
'homaaon, cf 4 0 1 I 0 0
ohnson, c 4 0 0 4 0 1
:ane. lb S O 0 4 0 0
chlpke, lb........... S " 1 v 0' S S I
iehoff, Sb S O 0 4 1 0
l en, if S O 1 S 0 0
Cyan, p S -1 I S 3 0
Totals .....II "s "r in 11 "s
WICITA.
AB. R. H. O. A. E.
fraig. If.. ......
hughes, 3b
0 0 1
0 1
1
0
S
0
u
s
s
0
0
0
Wtigrew, rt..
0
0
0
1
imoieton, ci..
aiiahan, ss....
eleher, lb....
estersll. 8b ... S
lemons, c S
lis. p.. ...... ........ S
Wee ,. 1
Waceb t 1
Total ........a 1 4 34 IS
Batted for Westersll In the ninth.
Batted for Ellis in the ninth.
lmaha-
Runs .0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 . S
.Hits
I. ichlta
Runs 0 1000000 0-1
HltS 9 J
Two-base hits: Coyle. Allen. Three-
fae hit: Ryan. Double plays: Ryan to
ane c-aimnan to iiusnes to Keleiier.
oases on balls: Off Ryan, 4. Struck out;
nyan. 4; Dy Kills. 3. Stolen bases;
-Htiee, Mehotf, Middleton (2). Keleher.
t critic hit: Keleher. Left on bses:
iraha. 8; Wichita, 8. Time: 1:38. Cm-
;!: Meyers.
Notes of tho Game,
Plenty of sesU tor all the fans today.
only thirty-one Omaha Utters faced
me wicmta pitcner.
Denver is here today, and It is boosters'
lay; also ladies' dav.
, Knapp and Fllnn " are the umptres
ooKea nere lor toaay
ftddle Allen made a splendid catch in
(Tie nintn 01 usJianan s long fly.
Pe-ttlgrew's error sure did help things
lions for the Rourkes in the second
lining.
T he game was filled with ad klnda of
txcitement ana the fans were greatly
The Commercial club is endeavoring to
f H every business man in Omaha out to
tie game toaay,
M delivered ' the froods ss a Bineh
llttef in the ninth, but failed to get any
urtner tnan nrst oass.
IS
irk Ryan sure did treat th Johbsrs
iametuiMr after they baa Knocked mm
t 01 tne dox m mo preceeaing game.
Cmplre Klssans, after having -a bad
1? weanesaay, proiessea sictUMss ana
lied to put In as appearance at the yard.
Prior to yesterday's gam 13ns bad won
I
u rten ana tost tnree games, unt n
aa up to tne Rourkes to put a crunp
i mat recoro.
(t. JOB SFUX9
opt-ka Wlas IHnt Osuste r RttttasT
Sprrr Ojpportaaely..
TflPFk'A Kin. Julv Tli Uum
header. Topeka winning the first by hit- ; " V CZT s'S ,
ting Speer opportunely.- fit. Joieph won! I JfJ j fl X -"p -r . . .
I u ouuim y ounciung ima on lupin , x -v a .fc'i.Y El I ' . f
u w kwuu inning, score xirei game; i , . T X 1 - JL. I
Lee, rt 5 0 1 8,0 0 ; 1 N fW
King, cf I 1 1 2 0 0 -' yf-
Cochran. Sb 4 1 t 0 1 0 1 i ."
Gardner, lb 4 3 I S 0 0 fi& W: S ' AZZQ ,
Gear, rf S 1 1 S O 0 krt)lfyfJf J ig&f 1
Patterson. 4 0 1 S 0 I , t J&
Brandom. p... .4 0 1, 0 ,1 : jfTLS
Totals ...........36 8 13 21 11 2
ab. r. a o. a. e. .ssW- ( SL :
Kelly, rf ..
Powell, If......
Reiiiy, 3b....
Z willing, cf 4
Borton, lb 8
Melnks, ss S
Roth, 3b S
Griffith, e 4
Qossstt C ........... 0
Speer, p S
: Totals S3 S 7 34 8 7
Topeka 0 HIIMiM
St Joseph ...1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 3-8
Horns run: PowslL Three-bass hit:
Reilly. Two-bass hits: Schmidt Double
play: Patterson to Walsh to Gardner.
Sacrifice hits: Cochran, Reilly, Powell,
Walsh. Sacrifice files: Z willing, patter
son. -Stolen' base: Kelly, Reilly, King.
Struck out: By Brandom, by Speer, 3.
Bases on balls: Off Brandom, 6; off
Speer 8. Hit by pitched ball: King.
Kelly, Gardner (3). Wild pitch: Brandom.
Umpire: Johnson. Time: 3:15.
Score, second gam.
; TOPEKA.
! ' AB. R, H, O. A. E.
Lee, If 4 0 1 8 0 0
King, cf 4 0 0 S 0 0
Cochran,' Sb, 4 0 3 0 0 0
Gardner, ' lb .1...... 3 0 110 0
Gear, rf ............ 4 0 0 1 0 0
Walsh, M . ... a 0 0 3 I l
Patterson, ss ...... 4,0 0 4 0 1
Schmidt 0 ........ S 1.10 S O
Fugate, p 0 0 0 0 0 0
Frants, p .......... 3 0 0 0 3 0
Totals ........ S3 1 7 37 10 1
ST. JOSEPH.
. AB. a H. O, At E.
Kelly, rf 4 13 3 10
Powell, If S 0 3 3 0 0
Reilly, 2b S O 0 4 0 1
Zwllllnf. cf
Borton, lb 4 1 17 0 0
Melnks, ss ........ 3 1 1 3 1 0
Roth, Sb S 0 13 0 0
Gossett, e 3 0 0 7 0 0
Chellette, p t 1 1 0 4 0
Total SS 1 10 37 "5 1
Topeka ".. - 01000000 0-1
St. Joseph II ( t I M I M
Two-bass hit: Schmidt Stolen bases:
Gardner, Kelly. Double play: Reilly to
Borton. H&eriflra hl Malnlra fUnri.
flea flV Dnuatt Btruolr nli. T3.r m.
gate. 3; by Frants, 3; by Chellette, 7.'
nrai naae on oaiis: uti urate, 1; on
Frants, S; off Chellette, 7. Passed ball:
Schmidt Umpire: Johnson.
DBS MOINES BLANKS LINCOLN
Doaglass Keeps Hits Scattered and
Doylo Is Hit Hard.
LINCOLN. Nah.. Julv 1SrmBl...
kept Lincoln's hits scattered, while Des
muuih (ULiiimireu voyis lor tour aOUDles
in ths early innings, the visitors win
ning me oua gams 01 tn series, 3 to
ovore.
LINCOLN.
.AJi w. w n m
Bershammar. aa 1 A 1' a a a
Mllllr, Of 4 0 3 1 0 0
(jodo, n 1 e 0 0 0
McCormick. If . 1 A 1 a a
Cole. 8b 4 0 0 1 1 0
Barbour, H 4 0 1 14 0
Mullen, lb 4 0 0 15 3 0
Carney, 0 WM 4 0 St 10
Doyle, p 0 0 0 0 0 0
Tuckey. B I A a 1 a a
Dwyer 1 0 0 0 0 0
Totala 83 0 7 37 18 0
DES MOINES.
AB. R. H. O. A. v..
Curtis, cf .......... S 0 3 4 0 0
Clalrs, ss ............ 3 1 113 0
Hahn, rf 4 0 1 1 0 0
Belden. If 4 0 110 A
Korea, 3b 4 0 1 3 8 0
isoeii, ID , 4 0 . 3 11 11
Leonard, 3b 3 0 0 0 S O
Aicuraw, c 4 0 0 8 1 0
Douglass, p ........ 4 110 S 0
Totals 34 "1 1 37 U
Batted for Tuckey in the ninth.
Lincoln 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Des Moines 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0-3
Three-bass hit: Barbour. Two-bass
hits: Clair, Belden, Hahn, Douglass.
Double play: ' McQraw to Iabell. Left on
bases: Lincoln, : Des juoinea, s. etoien
bane. Miller. Sacrifice hlu: Cobb, Claire.
Leonard. Struck out: By Doyle, 8; by
Tuckey, 1; by Douglass. 6. Bases on
balls: Off Doyle. 1; off Douglass, 8.
Time: 1:64, Umpire: Haskell.
DENVER HAS A WALKAWAY
anssBBowBSM
GrlssUes. Eat Up White Right
Throegh Gante.
SIOUX CITT. Ia.. July 11-Dsnver
won toaay to 1. Bcors:
SIOUX CITY,
AB. R. H. 0. A. B.
I 0 1 10 0 . "Z2k V
4 3 3 13 1 .trrtKT -'l- W, (m ,lrl
MllUon, rf r......S 0 0 11 Oj
Smith, as ......... 4 0 0 1 3 0
Myers, cf 4 0 1 8 0 0
Tennant lb oses V V V f V V V
Breen, If 4 0 3 4 0 0
Andreas, 3b ....... 4 0 0 0 8 0
J. French, Sb ... 4 1 1 O S 0
Orsndorft O S 0 1 10 0 0
White, p S 0 0 0 I 0
Totals ........ 1 6 37 M 1
'J." DENVER. "' v
.v.;..--,' Aa R. H. fX -A. .
Kenworthy. tt .... ( 3 4 0 0
Cassidy. rf ........ 4 1 3 1 0
BealL cf 4 0 2 0 0
Qulllln. ss ........ 4 0 1 O S
Block. Sb, - 4 0 113
C. French, 3b
Lindsay, lb ....... 4 I 1.11 1
panr, c m..... 4 0 1 11
Healy. p . 4 0 0 1 S
' Totals M 7 U 37 It
Sioux City : 00100000 0-1
Denver 10300100 1-4
Two-bass hiU: Cassidy, Block. Three
bass hit: Kenworthy. Sacrifice hits:
Million, Cassidy. Stolen bases: QutlUn,
Denver, I First bass on balls: Oti
Whits, S: oft Healy, 8. Strvck out: By
won, s; oy iteaiy, 1. time 01 game:
1. ; umpires, jmapp ana Ftynsv
Tbers 81 no real need at anyone being
troubled with eonstipaUon. Chamber
Iain's Tablets wta dsn aa agreeabie
tmovamoat of the bowels wttbeut any
unpleasant effset CHve theas a trial For
salotor an dlsni
THE
K, C. EASY FOR COLUMBUS
Visitors Pound Two Pitchers for
'. Bines in Second Series.
FINAL SCORE TWELVE TO FOTTJt
In Second Inning Rhoadea Walks
Smith Expecting to Strike Oat
Packard, Bnt Pitcher Makes
Doahle.- - J. ;t . ,
KANSAS CITT, Mo., July 18.-Columbu
hit two Kansas City pitchers hard and
easily won ths second gams of ths serels.
In the second inning, with two on bases
and two out, Rhoades walked walked
Smith to try to strike out Packard. Ths
visiting pitcher hit to deep left for two
bases, scoring three runs. Score:
COLUMBUS. KANSAS CITT.
AB.H. O.A.I. AB.H.O.A.B.
BlMKoa, el.. tlsS IBaxtar, rt... I H It
Hlnahmaa, It f 8 I S
OFIraa, Ib.l.. 4
OLor, ot... 4 3
1
0
ceasaltsa, rt 1 S S 0
O-Detl, rt... I
rarrist, lb.. I
Johns. Ib... 4
Millar, lb... I
CRourk, lb I
Oarbar, m...
Bmtth. a 4
is
tit
to
4 IS s
lit
I 1 1
OCarr, lb..... 4
OCorrldoo, m. 4
SO' Connor, a. 4
A Con lion, If., t
t Dewnay, lb.. 4
ORhoadea, p.. t
It SChaaa
1
Feckard, p.. 4
14 OCana. p....
Dauaa. a..
Totala 41 M IT 10 lJunee ...
0 0 0 0
' . Totala 14 10 IT 10 4
Batted for Rhoades in the third.
'Batted for Dessau in the ninth.
Columbu 0 8 S 1 0 4 0 1 0-13
Kansas City 1 00000800-4
Two-bass hits: Love (2). Miller (2).
Packard. Gerber (2). Home run:
O'Rourke. Sacrifice flies: Packard, Bax
ter. Stolen bases. Hinchman (2). Bases
on balls: Off Rhoades. 4; off Dessau. 8.
Struck out: By Packard. S; by Rhoades.
3; by Cann, 4; by Dessau, L Hits: Off
Rhoades, 7 in three innings; oft Cann. 8
in throe innings; off Dessau, 1 in one in
ning. Bases on errors: coiumous, s;
Kansas City. L Left on bases: Kansas
City, 6: Columbus, 13. Time; 2:00. Um
pire: Connolly.
MILWAUKEE. July U.-Ralph Cutting.
after holding Toledo helpless tor fivs in
nings, was pounaea in tne sixtn, giving
the visitors four runs, which proved sut.
ftclent to beat Milwaukes In the second
gams of the series, 6 to 8. Score:
TOLEDO. MIliWAlTCBB.
AB.H.O.A.B. AB.H.O.A.B.
Bnnla It.... I lis OLalfcold. cf.. S 1111
McCm'k, Ib i I S 4 OChariM, lb..
Bronkla, ib, I I I ORandaU. rt.. 4
Chapman, M I II 4 IChappalla, It I
Burna. ct.. Ills SOark, lb.... I
Flick, rt Ill S OUewl.. aa..., 4
Darrlok, lb.. I S II S OJonaa, lb.... 4
Land, 0 1111 OBchalk, c... 4
Falk'bHS, t t 4 OCutUns. p... I
- Slapnlcka. si
Totala,....!! 14 17 II lHusaea .... 1
Totala... U.M 17 II 1
Batted for Slaprdcka in the ninth.
Toledo 0 000040 10-8
Milwaukee 0 1 0. 000800-8
Two-base hit: Bemls. Three-base hit:
Chappelle, Hits: Oft Cutting, 8 in fivs
and one-third innings: oft Slapnlcka. a
in three and two-thirds Innings. Sacrifice
hits: Burns. Chapman. Charles, stolen
bases: Clark, Jones. Double plays: Clark
to Jones to Slapnlcka; Schalk to Jones.
Left on bases: Milwaukee. 7; Toledo, a.
Bases on balls: Off Cuttng, 3; off Slap
nlcka. 3: off Falkenberz. 8. Hit by
Ditched ball: By Cutting. Derrick;: by
Slapnlcka. Land, struck out. uy cut
ting. 4; by Kaikenberg. 1. Time: 1:4a.
Umpires: cniu and JSrwin.
Aranaheo Defenta leCatk.
ARAPAHOE. Nek, Jury IS. (SpedaXV-
Tbe MoCook and Arapahoe bau teams
met in their first games of the season
Tuesday, on the Mccook diamond, and
the Braves came out on the big end of
the score, I to t Arapahoe hit the ball
in clusters, gleaning twelve hits, and
batted Sheppard out of the box in the
third Inning. Score: R.H.E.
Mccook .......Q 010ll0B-a
Arapahoe 0 4 3 0 0 0 0 0 1-7 13
Summary: Two base hits, Dlsbrow,
Gardner, 3;' Carhfl, 3. Struck out: by
woods, s; by Bnepparo, 1; by MUUgan, .
Nenraeka City Signs Grindle.
BEATRICE. Neb.. July 18.-(Special.)-
Dr. Grindle, who recently disposed of his
business at Holton. Kan., and who has
Men in tnis city tne last lew days, yes
terday signed with the Nebraska City
ban team to piay tnira base. He left
last evening to Join the team at Hia
watha, . Kan. Grindle is a catcher and
at one time played at Cripple Creek,
Colo., with Gus W laser, manager of the
Beatrice nine.
. Shelby Wins tn Twelfth.
SHELBY. Neb, July 18 (SpeclaX)-
Oaoaoia and Shelby played fast and
ouotiesa ball here yesterday. Each team
aerated eirht bits. Jobst for Shelby
struck out tweire and Wright tor Osceola
truck out thirteen. The game lasted
twelve innings. Score: Osceola, 1;
Shelby, 1 Batteries: Osceola, Wright
and Schultt; Shelby. Jobat and Butler.
Inerleedde Wtne TkiKr-One Straight.
XXOLESZDE, Neb, Jnty Ia-( Special.)
JileatOe defeated St. Edwards here
today T to 1 lagleetde baa not met de
feat this ass sun and has won thirty -one
straight bm. It chailengaa any
Independent team tn the state.
Hardy Defenta Chester.
CHESTER, Neb, July 18(8peciai-
Cneatec lost te Harar, t to . Batteries:
Hardy, Webster and Barton: . Cheater.
BEE: OMAHA, FEEOAY, JULY 18, 1312.-
it Isn't "r; Drawn
I,
Standing of Teams
..WEST. LEAGUE. NAT. LEAGUE.
W.L.Pct W.L.Pct
St Joseph 4 39 .667 New York. 60 20 .747
Omaha .... 4 40 .651 1 Chicago ... 49 80 .620
Denver .... 4 41 .6441
Pittsburgh 46 82 .680
hioux uity so tz
Cincinnati. 42 41 .606
Phlla. 37 S .487
St Louis... 36 60' .412
Brooklyn .. 81 60 .883
Boston S3 60 .277
AMER. ASS'N
. W.UPct
Columbus.. 68 84 .050
Minn. ' ...... 190 88 .688
Toledo 60 88 .621
Kan. City 4S 47 .606
Wichita .. 46 46.4H5
Des Moines 48 44 .494
Lincoln ... 38 48 .442
Topeka ... 34 63 .391
AMER. LEAGUE.
W.L.Pct
Boston .... 68 27 .684
Washlngt'n 82 34 .606
Phlla. 48 86 71
Chicago .. 46 37 .619
Cleveland. 43 48 .600
Detroit ... 4144.482
St. Louis.. 28 67 .806
Milwaukee. 48 64 .448 !
St Paul.... 40 67 ,418
New York 34 67 .296
Indianap'lis 34 03 J64
STATE LEAGUE.
W.L.Pct.
MINlv LKAUUli;
W.L.Pct
Falls City. 88 22 .688
Fremont ...38 28 .6231
HaatlnkB ..85 26 .674
Auburn .... 88 25 .690!
Columbus ..33 27 .650
Neb. City.. 85 37 .665
Kearney ...88 29 .632
Beatrice .. 81 ,488
lUnnl 71 2S .617 Humboldt . 28 37 .883
Od. Jaland..80 30 .6001 Hiawatha, 31 40 .8441
York 24 36 .407 1
Superior ....17 43 .28811
Yeaterday's Reenlts. ,
WESTERN LEAGUE.
Wichita, 1; Omaha, t
- Denver. S; Sioux City, t- -St.
Joseph, 6-6; Topeka, s-L
Des Moines, 2; Lincoln, 0.
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Boston, 8-1; Cincinnati, 1-7.
Brooklyn, 2; St. Louis, 10.
New York-Pittsburgh, rain. . -
Philadelphia, 8-2; Chicago, 8-4.
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
Chtchgo-Boston, rain.
Detroit-Philadelphia, rain.
St Louis-Washington, rain.
Cleveland-New York, rain.
.AMERICAN ASSOCIATION.
Indianapolis. M: MlnneapoUs, B-10. .
LoulsvUls, 8; St Paul, 7.
Columbus, 12; Kansas City, 4.
Toledo, 6; Milwaukee, 8.
NEBRASKA STATE LEAGUE. . "
Columbus, 8; York, 11
Kearney, 4; Superior, 1
Hastings, 0; Grand Island,. V
Seward, 0; Fremont S.
. MINK LEAGUE.
Falls City, 2: Auburn, 4.
Nebraska City, 8; Hiawatha, 15.
Beatrice, 4; Humboldt, 0.
Games Today.
Western League Denver at Omaha,
Wichita at Sioux City, Topeka at Des
Moines, Lincoln at St Joseph.
Rational League Boston at Cincinnati,
Brooklyn at St Louis, New York at
Pittsburgh. Philadelphia at Chicago. ,
American League-Chicago at Boston,
Detroit at Philadelphia. St Louis at
Washington, Cleveland at New York.
American Association Indianapolis at
Minneapolis, Louisville at St Paul. Co
lumbus at Kansas City, Toledo at Mil-
Nebraska State League-Columbus at
York. Kearney at Superior. Hastings at
Grand Inland, Seward at Fremont
Mink Leasue-Fslls City at Auburn,
Nebraska City at Hiawatha, Beatrice at
Humboldt ' .
Branham Baughman
Beats C, the Limit
KALAMAZOO. Mich!, July 18,-Re-sults
of grand circuit races here today
were:
Trot 2:10 olass, purse, 81,000.
Chatty Direct, b. m., by The
Director (Cox)
Elisabeth Ray. b. m. (Snow)..
1 1
2 2
Dolly 8., b. m. (Jackson)..,
rtordon Todd. b. h. (Geers)-..
S 3
4 4ds
Time. 3:09; 3:13: 2:0Wn,
Pace. 2:10 class, purse, 85,000, I 111 a
T p.)Akan It K TTV ' bV JOO
Patchen (Fleming) 1 . J
Knight Onwardo, b. h. (Ray) .... 3 6
Molly Darling, b. m. (Dean) .... 4 2
Princess Patch, b. m. (Carr) .... 7 3
Sadie Hal. b. m. (Snow
nnr .Tav. l m. fMaeev) ...... 0 a
Stetbrine Lad, ch. h. (Rodney).. .-3 7ds
Dora J., ch. m. (Atwood) fls
Time, 2:06; 2:0514; ...
Pace, 2:06 class, purse. 31 .000. ' In S:
Rranham Bauahman b. h.. by
fJamhctta Wllke (Cox) 1 1
C. The Limit, b. h. (Macey).... 8 1
Don Pronto, b. h. (Durree) ; s
Malar Rrlno. h. sr. (Hudson) S
Jim Logan, b. h. tMontgomery) .. 4
Ginger, b. h. (Brown)
Time, Sa; Wi . .
LOUP CITY, Neb, July 18.-Loup City
won on the home grounds in a hotly con
tested game over Ord by a score of 3 to
1 Gilbert for the home etam scored
seventeen strikeouts, while Luber for Ord,
registered eleven. Loup City's wtnntng
score was in ths last half of the ninth
Inning. R.H.B.
Ord 0 0 0 0 S 0 0-1 S 7
Loup Ctty..0 0 MliiiWII
Batteries: Ord, Luher and King; Loup
City, Gilbert and Johnson. .
Nine Men Baraed sy Kxpleeton,
SC3ANTOK, Pa, July Ik-Jinton8r
can, sat off kr a naked lenN tn LnocKd
eoUiery of the Delaware Hucaon com
panv at Avoca. early today, burned nine
men. this of erttosft us not expected ts
COBS DIVIDE DOUBLE-HEADER
Phillies, Badly Ontbatted, Win Hard
Battle in First.
BXULBACH IN FOfiM IN SECOND
Opealns; Coatest Goes to Eleven In
nings With Chicago Using; Eight
een Men and Falling to Make
v Use of Hits.
CHICAGO, July 18. Chicago and Phlla
delphia divided honors in a double-header
today. Chicago outhlt the visitors better
than two to one in the opening game, but
Philadelphia's hits were used to better
advantage. Luderus cleared the bases
with a home run In the first game. Chi
cago fought an uphill battle and tied the
score. Bunched hits in the eleventh gave
the visitors the game. The locals used
eighteen men in this contest Reulbach's
fine pitching gave- the Weals the second
game. Score, first game:
:. CHICAGO. FHILADELPHIA.
' AB.H.O.A.B.. AB.H.O.A.B.
Bnectard, if. 114 0 OPaackert, tl. I 1 1 It
BAulU, rt.. t S OLobert. lb... I 1 t 4 A
Tfeutar, aa... 4 11
Zlm'man, Ib I 1 1
Laaob. cf.... Ill
f OMacte. It.... 4 1 1
T OCravath, rt.. 4 8 14 1
lLudorua, lb. 4 1 11 I
1 OKnabt. lb... 4(11
1 ODoolan, aa... 1111
Baiar. lb.... I 1 11
Krara, lb.... Sit
Archer, e.... 1 1
Cottar, a.... Ill
Naedbam, a. 1 ' 1
Richie, p.... 0 0 1
Smith, p.... 11
Maroney, p.. 0 0 0
Larander, p. 1 0 0
Dorma ... .. 110
Oaod 4 0
Miller ..... l i t
Wllliama .1.1:1
lKlllHor, a..; 4 1 T 1
1 OBrranaa, p.. 1 0 1
0 OSaaton, p.... 10 0 1
SO'
0 Totals....: .11 10 IS a)
0 '
.'
' '
' '
Totala... ...St USUI
Batted for Smith in eighth.
Ran for Downs In eighth.
Batted for Cotter in ninth.
Batted for Maroney in ninth.
Two-base hits: Sheckard (2), Evers,
Doolan, Need ham. Three-base hit: Lu
derus. Home run: .Luderua. First baa
1 on balls: Off Richie. 1: off Smith. 1: off
reZ.n 1- St T.TLiV ?S
RVeB? fcSt
struck out:
v Seatnn. S
Time: 2:50. Umpires: RIeler and Fln-
netran. , ; , t .-
, Score, second game. 1 !
CHICAGO. PHIUADEHTHIA.
AB.H.O.A.B. Ptikrt, el.. 4 0 t 0
Bbeckard, If. I . I 8 1 OLobort, Ib... I 1 0 1 0
"cnuiw, n.. 1 1 OMatea, If.... 4 1 0
Tinker, aa... 4 tit OCraTath, rt.. 4 1 t 0 0
Zlm'man, 8b 4 O S OLadama, lb. 8 14 t
. LMcb, cf.. 1111 SKnabo, lb... 4 4 0 I
1 0.1.. k , . . . An . . JIT:
-' - - vLNioian, ai... a x 1 a 0
Brara, Ib.... 4 I I 1 IDooln. a 1 s s 1 0
Archer, 0. 8 I, T 1 OSaaton, p.... 110 10
Reulbacs, p. I 1 0 0Mill.r 1
Totala 11 M 17 10 I Totala It 1 14 14 0
Batted for R Dooin In ninth.
Chicago 0009A1AA ai
Philadelphia ...... 30000000 03
Two-base hits: Megee. Schulte. Home
runs: Saier, Evers. First base oh balls:
Off Reulbach. 2: off Seaton. 8. Ktrunk
out: , By Reulbach, 7; by Seaton, S. Time:
1:60. Umpires: RIeler and Flnneran.
CINCINNATI. July 18. -Boston broke
even with the locals today in a double
header, winning the first game, 8 to 3,
and losing the second, T to L Perdue
was effective In the first game, while
Benton held the visitors to two hits in
the second game, retiring the Bostons In
one. two throe order after the first in
ning. Esmond secured four hits out of
as many times at bat in the second game.
Score, first game:
BOSTON. .CINCINNATI.
AB.H.0.A.B. AB.H.O.A.B.
B.McDM, lb. 41 0 OBeecher, If.. 4 0 0 0
Campball, cf. I
OMaraana. of. 4
swoonar, Ib 4
Jackson, If.. I
Klrka. If.... 1
Tltua, rf..., I
Gowdjr, lb... I
Hcoear, lb.. 1
O'Ronrka, aa I
Kilns, a..... 4
Perdue, p.... I
OHoblitael, lb 4
0 Mitchell, rt. 4
OMcDon'M, n 4
OPhelan, lb.. 4
OBgan. lb.... 4
0 McLean, .e... 3
OSunv p 8
s .
Total J4
117 8 I
Totala ..17 11 17
Boston 3 0 1 0 0 1 0 2 1-8
Cincinnati 00 0 1 0 0 0 0 13
Two-base hlta: Jackson, Marsans,
Houser. Sweeney. Sacrifice hlta: KUng,
O'Rourke (3), Titus. Stolen bases: Titus,
Jackson. Left on bases: Boston, 10;
Cincinnati, 5. First base on balls: Off
Suggs, 3. Hit with pitched ball:' By
Suggs, Titus. Struck out: By Perdue, T;
by Suggs, 6. Time: 2:00. Umpires: Klem
and Bush. ...
Score, second gams:
BOSTON. CINCINNATI.
' AB.H.O.A.B. AB.H.O.A.B.
MCDOB-S, lb 0 0 0 0Bechr, It.. 4 14 0 0
Campbell, of 4
Sweeney, lb. 4
Jackaoa, 11.. 1
Tltua, rt I
Houser, lb.. 1
O'Rourke, a 1
Rarldea. a.. 1
Hum. p. 1
Dtckaoa, p.. 1
Derlln 1
I
1 1
I
8
I
0 0
4
0
0 0
0
lMaraua. ct. 8 4 0
1 HoNltie!, lb 4
0 Mitchell, rt. I 1
OPhelan, lb.. 4 I
0Eaa, lb.... 4
OEnoond, aa. 4 4
1 Clarke,'.... 4 1
0 Ban too, p... 4 1
SIS
its
s 1 0
II
10
11
0 Totala.. '...87 14 XI
7
ToUla......W 1 14 IS 8
Batted for Dickson in the lnth.. ,
Boston 100000000-1
Cincinnati 2 1 3 0 0 1 1 0 7
Two-base hit: Bescher. Hits: Off Hess,
S in three innings; off Dickson, 8 in five
Innings. . Stolen bases: Sweeney (2),
Jackson, Bescher, Esmond. Double play:
Phelan to Egan to Hoblltsel. Left on
bases: Boston, 1; Cincinnati, 8. First
base on balls: Off Hess, 1. Hit with
pitched ball: By Benton. Jackson: by
Hess. Hoblitsell. Struck out: By Hess,
2; by Benton, 6. Wild pitch: Benton.
Timet 1:87. Umpires: Klem and Bush.
ST. . LOUIS, July 1&-St Louis hit the
Brooklyn pitchers hard, took advantage
of the visitors' errors snd won the second
gsme of the series. Score:
BROOKLYN. , ST. LOUIS.
AB.H.O.A.B. . AB.H.O.A.B.
Bonn, of.., till IHussina, lb. I 1 S I
Nortbea, If.. 4 1 0 IMasee. If.... 4 1
J. Smith, Ib 4 1 I 1 SMowrer. Ik.. 4 0 111
Daubert, lb. I 0 10 0 OKonetchy, lb 4 I 11 0 0
Cstahav, lb. 1 0 1 t OBrana, rt.... 4 1 1 0. 0
Hummel, rt. 4 1 1 OHaunr, ea... 8 1 I I 1
Tooler. ea... 4 6 14 lOakea, of.... 4 110 0
Miller e.., 4 111 IWInss. c... I I I 0 1
Barser. p.... 1 0 0 I IHaraoa. p., 4 1
Stack, p..... 1 S 1 .1
Filter ..... Total! SI WM II 4
ToUta 14 St IS 8
Cutshaw out hit by pitched ball.
Batted tor Stack in the ninth.
Brooklyn 000200000-3
St. Louis 03048000 -10
Two-base bits: Konetchy, Hitler. First
base on balls: Off Stack. 1; off Harmon,
L Struck out: By Burger, 1; by Stacker.
t Time: , 1:45. Umptres: Johnstone and
Bason, . - -
by a ftra, apply Smckten's
Arnfcn Skive. Cures pOsa, ban, . and the
wont norm GBarantred. Only 2k. For
tie by Beatan Drag Os .
tn. Ch Wsst-Th Omaha. Ban,
for The Bee by
ss
ISLANDERS WMON SACRIFICE
Take Close Game From Hastings by
One to Nothing.
BRINGS IN CL0SMAN
Grand Lsland Pitcher Haas Better
, j of Strike Oats, Posses and Hlta
In Warm . Battle With
Brick Makers.
GRAND ISLAND, Neb., July 18. (Spe
cial Telegram.) Both sides' fielded well
and' a sacrifice fly by Coe, bringing in
Closman,. after Closman, ROndeau and
Firestlne had beat out Infield pokes, won
the game for the locals. Closman had
the better end of the strikeouts, passes
and hits. Score: R.H.E.
Hastings .... 000000000-050
Grand Island 0 0100000 -160
Batteries: Hastings, McCullough, Thrall
kill and Bachant; Grand Island, Closman
and Jokerst
. FREMONT, Neb, July 18.-(SpecIal
Telegram.) A day's rest put a lot of
ginger Into ths Pathfinders and they de
feated Seward this afternoon, S to 0.
Klngdon had the Sewards guessing from
the time the first man faced htm and
the three hits oft his delivery were so
placed that nothing came of them.
In the fourth, hits by Farrell Rouse
and Neft aided by a sacrifice brought
in two scores. Errors were responsible
for ths other one. Score: R.H.E.
ffeward '. 0 0 0 0 0 0 if 0 00 8 8
Fremon ..... 0 002001 d-3 60
Batteries: Seward, Conners and Camp
field; Fremont Kingdon and Neff.
YORK, Neb. July 18.-(Speclal Tele
gram.) York defeated Columbus this aft
ernoon, 13 to 9. York outbatted the visi
tors. Davis and Payne made home runs
and Smith, Ellis and Price two baggers.
Columbus had three men put out by ac
cidents, one of them being carried off
the grounds. Score: R.H.E.
Columbus .. 203010 8 00-9122
York 0 0 6 0 1 2 1 4 -13 21 2
Batteries: Green: and Harrison, Os
borne and Ellis. Umplre:Knowlton.
AUBURN. Neb, July 18.-(8peclal Tele
gram. Rltche.r Reed's long drive over
second brought in two runs, but he was
caught at third. Brewers of Auburn got
a home run in the fourth. Both teams
played excellent balL ;Scoref R.H.E.
Auburn ..... 020101000-492
(Falls City... 0 02 00000 0-2 63
Batteries: Reed and Kraninger, Mc-
Clure and Shestack. Umpire: Ward.
ManningFiremen
Beat World's Record
SIOUX CITY, July 18. (Special Tele
gram.) In the firemen's tournament to
day Manning beat the world's record in
the statts hose race, making the 260
yeards in 30 seconds; Perry, second;
Atlantic, third.' .
Fred and Mac of Des Moines won ths
paid department free-for-all mile, 1:15;
Lou and Horb, Council Bluffs, second,
1:15. '..
Marlon won the hook and ladder race)
Atlantic second.
Atlantic won the hub-and-hub; Marion,
second. . . s '
Manning won the coupling contest
Prior to ths opening of the contests,
the directors of the association voted to
hold the winter meeting of the body at
Perry, Ia. The date has not been se
lected. At this meeting the place for
holding the 1913 tournament will be se
lected and officers elected.
When there town was chosen for the
winter meeting the ePrry boosters felt
assured they will land the next tourna
ment Summaries:'
Paid fire department race, free-for-all,
one-half mile, lay 150 feet of hose and
attach nozxle, purse, 8700, divided 3400,
1300, 3100: Fred and Mac, Des Moines,
1:15, won; Lou and Herb, Council Bluffs,
1:164, second; Paddy and Prince, Sioux
City, 1:15. third; Pat and Carl, Clinton,
1:17, fourth; Dick and Charlie, Sioux
City, 1:20, fifth; Bob and Bob, Clinton,
1:21, sixth; Swede and Prince, Shen
doah, no time.
State boss race, volunteers, 250 yards,
lay 150 feet of hose, break coupling and
attach plpel, purse, 3290 and sliver cup
valued at 3100; divided, 870, and cup, 360,
335 and 25: Manning, 80 won; Perry,
31. second; Atlantic. 33, third.
Manning firemen won the volunteer
couple contest in :04$.
Asa Meredith of Newton, won the
ladder contest In :064. George Luense of
Marion, was second in :06. '
Harry Koch Secures
State Tennis Title
NORFOLK, Neb., July M.-(Special Tel
egram.) Nebraska tennis tournament
winners are as follows: ,
Singles Harry A. Koch, Omaha.
Doubles Koch and Con Young, Omaha.
Singles, Consolation Rev.- John Calvert,
Sutton.
Doubles, Consolation Lee and Ellis,
Peur.
Singles, Runner-up Joe Adams, Omaha.
Dobues, Runners-up Adams and Robert
McCague, Omaha.
Singles, Consolation, Runner-up Davis,
Beaver City.
Doubles, Consolation, Runners-up J. S.
Mathewson and N. A. Huse, Norfolk.
Madison Defeats Wayne.
MADISON, NeK, July laWSpecialV-
Madison defeated Wayne yesterday on
the .local diamond by a score of 6 to 4,
slthough Wayne was supported by
Rubles, the star player of the Norfolk
team. Score: j R.H.E.
Madison US II H 1 1 M II
Wayne 1 1 1 i M I I
- Batteries: Madison. Pyres and With
row; Wayne, Rodman and Depew.
Wayne Wtas Gaancei
WAYNE. Neb, July IL-rSpeefal Teae
pramj A targe crowd ttasaind a tiooefy
Pierce.'x s 3 rx . 6m tea hm bum
M,n,Mf4 rmrrm tttts mfimm isjmiii BNNwncSl
Pierce and Wayne, the tetter wiafng.J
4 to A. mtStBOBtz nmjm. mutki mam
Dens-sr; Hssws. Ewafra and. Bunt.
Hal Coffman
LAMES ARE TO HELP BOOST
y in
But' Pa SoTjxke Sayi They WBl Be
Admitted Free Iriday.
GAME IS SET FOB FPUS O'CLOCK
Commercial CInh Urges the Entire
City to Get Behind the Omaha
Team and to Help Boost V .
it Along;. "
Despite the fact that today ' will
be Boosters' day - at the Omaha-Denver
bass ball game, the women will be ad
mitted free as is customary every Friday.
This announcement was made yesterday
morning by Fa Rourke.
Contrary to the custom of this season
the ball gams will be called at 4 o'clock
today. Ail other games during the, series
will be called at 3:30, aa usual.
Several of the large business houses,
both retail and wholesale, and offices
will close their doors at S o'clock in the
afternoon in response to ths mayor's '
proclamation. The Woodmen of ths World
will close their, offices at noon and a
big per cent of the office help will hie
themselves to the ball park to make it
a real Boosters' day crowd. Ths Com
mercial club . Is pulling and working
bard and expects at least 6,090 persons to
dump a little money into the treasury.
The series with Denver means much to
Omaha and . by taking a majority of the
games will put Denver out of the run
ning for a 'few -days. If the reverse
should happen Omaha would be put down
the line a few notches and ths hard work
of the present stay at horns will have
been almost for naught
Following the Denver series the
Rourkes will accompany ths Denver
players to their lair where the Bears and
the Rourkes will put on another four
game series.
OMAHA.
Kane
Schlpke......
Niehoff
Lineup for opening game:.
- DENVER. ..
Firtet ...
Second .
Third ..
Short ..
....;..Left ....
..Lindsay
......French
...... Quillen .
Coffey
.Kenworthy
...Beall
Cassidy
........Block:
..Harris
Justice
Alien
Thomason......: Center ,
Coyle...., Right ...
Johnson Catch ..
Beebe .......Pitch. ..
Hiawatha Jumps
All Over the Otoes
HIAWATHA, Kan., July 18.-(Speclal
Telegram.) Little Marr, Hiawatha's
shortstop, got two home runs today, and
every other Hiawatha player except Lee
fattened his batting average at Rhodes''
expense. Stokesberry pitched the first
game since May 15 and had to be re
lieved in the last two sessions. Score:
R H E.
Neb. City... 1 1 0 0 8 0 8 0 0-8 9 4
Hiawatha .. 3 8 0 4. 2 0 2 1 -16 17 S
Batteries: Nebraska City. Rhodes and
Goldthwait; Hiawatha, Stokesberry, Riley
and Maxey. .
Columbus Races Are
Postponed One Day
COLUMBUS, Neb., July 18.(Special ,
Telegram.) The card for the last day. of
the racing meet to havs been held here
this afternoon was postponed by. the
association until Friday afternoon because
of the heavy rain here last night and
this morning.
GLENWOOD, Ia., July 19.-(Speclal Tel-
egram.) After a disastrous first half In
which Tabor bunched hits with Glen
wood's errors, scoring six runs, the ball
game here yesterday was a close one.
Stlmpson was substituted for Albee in the
fifth and in the five innings struck out '
thirteen men. . Score:
Tabor 60020002 0-10
Glenwood 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 8
Batteries: Glenwood, Albee, Reeves,
Wheeler and Stlmpson; Tabor, HalL and
Mann. Umpire: M. W. Rogers.
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