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THE BEE: (ftLAIIA, TUESDAY, JULY 22, 1913.
SENATORS MARE IT TWOirisniirh,W;
Win with Johnson Pitching and by
Opportune Hits and Errors.
LORD SAVES SOX SHUTOUT
luit'ii bnie. Austin lj?tl on bases: St.
Louli. 11: PhllailolDliin & 11M on balls:
Olf Shawkoy. 4; otf Wellman. !. otf 0uh,
lilt by pltclied mii: Wallace oy uusn
Drives Hie Hull DoTrn Left l'lelil Line
far Home llan nnmicll Ilettrcft
In Fnvor of Hen, Who
Fitches Good Gnnte.
CHICAGO, July SL Walter Johnson's
pitching coupled with opportuno hits and
errors by Weaver and Hussell, allowed
Washington to make It two stralcht from
Chicago today. Tho scoro was 2 to 1. In
the opening Inning Moellcr singled off
Ilussell and stole second, and scored when
Weaver threw Gondii's grounder wild to
Chase. Tho next Inning McBrlde singled,
Alnsmlth sacrificed and Uusscll threw
wlH to Chase, Moeller walked and Fos
ter hit a bounder to Collins, who forced
Moeller at second, and McBrldo scored.
Russell retired In favor of Benz, who
pitched a good game, but gave way to
CIcotto when a pinch hitter went In for
htm. Chicago was Baved a shutout when
Lord drove the ball down the left field
line for a homer. Score:
An. HO. A. E. AU.1I.0.A.E.
Uoalltr. rt.. 1 10 0 OChappele, cfl 1 J 0 0
uerger, o.. a
OLnrd, lb.... I
lChaa. lb... 4
OSchalk, c... 1
0Eaatrlr. c. 3
ocoiiina, ri.. a
OFournler, It 3
TaUla,....!? 11 XT 11 l'Schaller
wtruek out: By Bush,
wild Ditch: Hush
isvans ami Sheridan.
CIutiiiiiK Knuy for Nnpas.
CIJiVRLANIl. Tnlv 31 nlevelalld eABlb'
defated Boston, 6 to 1, today. Blamllng
inougn wild, held tho vulture to u
hits whlic CleveluM drow Mostly from
the box and Hail lacked control.
Boston's tinly run came In the fourth
when Hooper and Speaker wnlked, ad
vanced on an lnflehl out and the former
scored on Lajole's wild tni-ow to first.
ueiuoiu scored uieveianu a iirsi run in
tho third on a single. Chapman's sacri
fice. Johnstons out and a wiui pucn.
Tho next three were- a result of singles
by Iajolo and Turner, a pass to Oraney
U Nell a single, and sacrifice lues oy
Illandlng and Lelbold. unll passed Ixil-
bold. Chapman singled and Johnston
tripled, scoring two more for Cleveland
in tne scventn Hcoro:
An n n a p. ah n. n. A. E.
trtlbold, ft.. 1 1(1 OKntle. lb.... 4 17 0 0
Chapman. as J 3 2 2 Olloorcr, if..l 0 1
Johnston, lb 3 1 a 1 OPpcaker, cf.. 3 0
Jackson, rt.. 4 0 3 0 Ol.rwla. if 4 1 1
Lajole. 3b... 3 2 4 2 J Gardner, lb. 4 0 2
Turner, lb... 4 111 OVrrkn. lb.. 3 0 2
Qranfjr, If... I 2 4 0 0 Wagner. ,,. 4 1 4
oisan. C....4 10 1 OThomaa, c... 2 z 3
Blinding, p. 2 0 0 1 oMonclr, p... 1 0 0
Hall, p 10 1
Total a 27 1137 l'Colllns ....0 0 0
ForUr, lb... 4 0 0
Milan, cf..,. 5 10
Oandll, lb... S 11
Morgan. 2b. 4 3 2
Hhanka. If... 5 1 3
McDrtda. M. 4 2 1
Alnamlth, c. 3 1 7
lobnaon, p.. 4 0 1
Total 10 4 27 15 I
Batted for Ilussell In the third.
'Batted for Benz In the eighth.
Ran tor Easterly In the ninth.
Two-base hit: Morgan. Homo run.
Lord. Hits: Off Hussell, 3 in thieo in
rings; off Benz, 6 in five Innings; otf
Clcotte, Z In ono Inning. Sacrltlco hitb;
Alnsmlth, Easterly. Stoien bases: Moel
ler, Alnsmlth. Double plays: Morgan to
McBride to Gandll; Berger to Chase. Lett
on bases: Washington, li; Cnicago, o
Bases on balls: Otf Bussed, lj off Benz,
3; off Johnson, 2. Struck out: By John
son, 5; by Ilussell, 1; by Benz, 2; by
Clcotte, 1. Time: 1:60. Umpires: Dlnctii
and Eg an.
Tlsers Bat Up Yanks.
DETROIT, July 21. New York's field
ing today was little short of atrocious
and Detroit had an easy time winning,
B to 1. Wlllett for Detroit was In gooa
form, holding the visitors to threo singles,
one of which, following a pass and a steal
in tho ninth Inning, gave them their onl
run. Battery or neldlng slips helped the
Tigers to all their runs.
Wlllett got credit for an unusual as
sist. Wolter hit a hard liner which the
pitcher deflected, Bush catching tho ball
with one hand after a short hard run.
NEW YORK. DETROIT.
0 10 OBuab. as.... 115 3 0
0 2 0 iBauman. 2b. 3 2 1 3 0
2 2 0 Ouawford, rf 4 0 4 1 0
0 li 1 1 Cobb, Ct 4 2 0 0 0
12 7 IVeach. If.... 4 110 0
0 4 1 OOalnor, lb:.. 3 0 8 0 0
V 1 0 OMcKee. c... 2 0 3 0 1
0 5 2 IMorlartr, lb 4 2 2 3 0
0 0 0 1 Wlllett, p... 4 10 10
0 110 Total a 31 27 10
0 0 0 0
Totals IS 5 24 11 0
'Batted for Moselv In the fifth.
Boston 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 01
Two-base hit: Qranev. Three-base hit:
Johnston. Sacrifice hits: Chapman, John
ston, Collins. Sacrifice flics: Blamllng,
Lelbold. Stolen bases: Chapman. Double
plays: Chapman to Johnston, Johnston,
unassisted. Hits: Oft Mosely, 7 In four
innings; off Hall, 4 In four Innings.
Bases on balls: Off Blamllng, 4; off
Mosely. 1: off Hall. 3. Struck out: By
llosely, 1. Passed ball! Thomas. Wild
pltcn: Mosely. Lett on oases: Cleveland,
6! Boston, 6. ' Time: 2:00. Umpires:
O'Loughlln and HUdubrand.
ROURKE MANAGES OWN TEAM
Releases Arbogast to the Los Angeles
Club on the Coast,
TO HANDLE TEAM FROM BENCH
(iliivenlch In Also Helcnsed nnil Will
Go toNthc New Orlenhn Team
llonrke In SeeUlnar Sonic
Daniels, rf.. 3
Wolter, cf.. 4
Cree. It 3
Knight, lb.. 3
I'ecklnpa, aa 4
Hartiel). 2b. 3
Mldkllf, lb.. 3
Goaaett, c... 2
aTConnell. p 1
Caldwell, p. 3
ToUls..."a U 11 "!
B.iited tor Knight In ninth.
New York 0 0 0 0 o 0 0 0 1-1
Detroit 0 3 0 1 0 2 0 0 6
Two-base hits: Morlarty, Cobb. Hits:
Off McConnelt, 3 In two innings; oft
Caldwell. 6 In six innings. Sacrifice hit
McKee. Sacrifice fly: Crawl ord. Stolen
bases: Cree. Daniels. Double plays
Crawford to Gainer; Bauman to Bush to
Gainer. ten on oases: xsew iotk, d;
Detroit. 9. Bases on balls: Off Wlllett.
i: oft McConnell. 3; off Caldwell, 3. Hit
bv Pitched bail'. By Wlllett (Creel
Struck out: By Wlllett, 3; by McConnell,
1: by Caldwell. 2. Passed ball: Gossett.
Time: 2:10. Umpires: Connolly and
ilroiVn Dentcit by SInckmen
ST. LOUIS, July 21.-Philadelphla by
bunching eight hits at a sacrifice In the
sixth inning won a weird contest from
St, Louis, 11 to & St. Louis started the
scoring with a run In the second, when
Austin was passed and stole second. He
took third oh an out and crossed tho
Plato on a wild throw by Mclnnls. In the
next inning, Compton . nit Into the right
field seats for a home run. A single, a
pass. Baker's sacrifice followed by a
tingle by Mclnnls and D. Murphy, netted
tho visitors three runs In the fourth.
In the sixth Inning after three runs
had been scored off Wellman, Stone was
lent In to pitch, but he faleld to stop the
rally and when the Inning was over' the
leaders had scored four more runs. In
this Inning Baker singled twice and
cored once, his last single, on the hit
5n drun, driving In three runs. Singles
y E. Murphy and Barry followed by
Bchangs double counted one more for
Philadelphia In the final Inning. St Louts
lrled hard to win In Its half of the ninth
Inning, but four runs was the best tho
locals could send across.
Bruised hands again ncclssltated a rest
for Manager btovall and Brief went to
first and Compton to left field for tho
borne 'earn. Score:
ST. LOUIS. PHIIiADEL.PHIA.
Ihotten, .. 4 i z o marine If-. 5 12 0
Raltnll, cf.. 1 00 OWalth, ct... 3 0 0 0
Corapfon. If. 5 2 1 0 OOolllna, 2b.. 5 2 4 4
Pratt, 2b.... 4 2 3 2. lBtker. 3b... 4 2 3 4
Williams, rfl 0 4 1 OMcInnla, lb. 6 3 11 0
Brief, lb.... 4 2 10 1 OD.M'rpbr, rt 1 2 1 0
Auatln. 3b... 4 12 2 OHM'rpbr, rfl 1 0 0
Alexander, a 6 3 2 3 0 Harry, at,... 4 3 2 2
1atan. ... 4 0 13 OSchang, c... 6 3 4 2
Wellman, p. 1 1 0 3 OStuiwkejr, p. 1 0 0 1
Bone, p 3 1 ( 1 0 Buab, p 1 1 0 1
Wallace ... 0 0 0 0 0
Total 3 IT 27 14
Totals It 13 27 15 1
Batted for Lavan In the ninth.
Phlladelnhla 0 0 0 3 0 7 0 0 1-11
St. Lout 0 1100200 4-8
Two-base hits: 1'ratt, urler. Barry,
Comnton Sen ant?. Three-base hits: Shot
ton. Alexander. Home run: Comnton.
Hits: Off Shawkey, 8 in two Innings (none
out in third); oil uusn, iv in seven in.
nlntrs: off Wellman. 8 In five and one
third Innings; off Stone, 9 lu three and
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i ERRORS COST PIRATES GAME
Brooklyn Turns 0 to 3 Defeat Into
13 to 6 Victory.
RAQAN CREDITED WITH CONTEST
Simon rinjs llndly Behind lMnte,
Dodgers Strnllnn: llnncri Mornn
Una rrctillitr lluttliiK
BROOKLYN, July 31.-Krrors of omls-
Cincinnati . ..1 000)000 0-1
Philadelphia . .1 0 1 1 0 0 H
Two-base hits: Lobort, Doolan. Home
run: Lobvrt, Hits: Oft Surge. 8 In seven
Innings; off Brown, 1 In one Inning. Sac
rifice fly: Cravath. Stolen base: Devore.
iA-rt on bases: Clnolnnatl. 4; Philadel
phia. 6. Bases on balls: Off Suggs, 1; oft
Senton, Z. Struok out: By Suggs, 3: by
Brown, 1; by Seaton, 2. Passed ball:
Kllllfcr. Time: 1:40. Tmplres: Klem and
Cnnlai l.oup to (limit.
NRW YORK, July II. New York de
feated St. Louis today, 8 to 4. Of four
pitchers sent In to stop the league cham
pions only Doak, who pitched tho sev
enth and eighth Innings, showed ability.
Wlltse, tho veteran New York left
hander, started In his first game of the
tn, ,.. rM,,. i i. ... . . .. season on mo roio grounus. no wus
slon by Pittsburgh In the seventh today 1H,ory supported. Crandall relieved him
gavo Brooklyn the opportunity to turn after the visitors had tied tho scoro In
the fourth, and was very effective, hold
ing St. Ixmls to three hits In tho last
five Innings. Burns' hitting nnd running
featured, In five tlmrn up he hit two
doubles and' u single and drew two
passes. Il i.i stole two bases. Score:
ST. I)UIS. N'EW VOllK.
AU.H.O.A.E. All. ll.O. AG.
Ma(e, 2b... 4 ill iirna. It..,. 3 4 0 0
CVthtr. It.. 4 0 2 0 0 Ufer. lb... 2 1 0 1 1
oakea, cf.... 4 0 1 0 0 . tehtr, as. 4 1 1 3 1
WhltteJ, aa. 3 0 1 3 O.lorlr, lb... 4 14 11
K'netcbr. lb 4 1 I 1 Oltorklr, lb.. 5 2 10 0
lirana; n.... 4 0 10 9 ilurrar. rf.. 3 110 0
3 I "Merere, c... 1 0 6 0 0
1 1 0 .Aiiler, c... 0 0 10 0
1 1 0 .tsdara. ct 1 1 4 0 0
0 ( 'I'tf, p.... 1 0 0' 1 0
u t, . Ciandall, p.. 1 1 o 1 0
Ilendrlx then lost control, forcing ; oyt'r, v.'.'.'.'. o o o o o Totala u 11 J s
an apparent C to 3 defeat into a 13 to 6
victory. In tho fifth Carey's hlmer past
Moran, who foil, with two on bases had
given tho visitors their three-run lead.
Meyer and Wheat opened tho soventh
with hits and Oaubcrt forced Wheat.
Smith hit to J. Miller, who threw to
0 "Butler to forco Daubert. Butler touched
1 o the bag-on the run before he got tho bnll
! o j and Daubert was declared safe. Stongegl.
batting for Fisher, hit n llvmn i,n ! Wlngo. c . . 4 1
throw Wheat out at the plate. Stengel InZn, l o
fell running to firBt and should hav been 'McLean ... 1 1
doubled up. but Simon was not watch-UunST?... ? o
tWO runs With nil nan. Ma .n. 1I-..J I P?"' P'
, ,. " "w oi:c ' 'lmtBI
Beginning today Pa Ttourke will take
hold of the managerial reins of the
Omaha Base Ball club himself.
In pursuance ui this in. n tfourko has
released Manager ArbogaBt to the Los
Angeles club of tho Pacific Coast league.
Yesterday wao the last day In whlcrr
Arbogast was In charge of the team.
Itourke, In making this announcement,
also gave out tho Information that Luko
Glavenlch, who pitched and lost Sunday's
game, had been released to tho New Or-
eans club of the Southern league
Manager Arbogast has not been In tho
good graces of the Omaha fans this
season. It started last year, when sev
eral knocks were lodged against hirn.Jtt
was hoped by President Rourke, however,
that Arbogast would change his tactics
In handling the team this season, but the
club has been losing very consistently,
Arbogast came to tho Omaha club In
1911 from the Columbus club of tho Amer
ican association. He was Imported to do
the bulk- of the catching. He was mado
manager later In the season, when Bill
Schlpko was released. He managed the
team all last Beason, catching but a few
Fa Rourke will make a good manager
for tho Omaha club, having held down
the same Job on numerous, occasions, and
from tho bench can dlrectsa toam us well,
If not better, than a majority of the
Rourke Is still on the lookout for new
pitchers and Is ready to inako a trade or
purchase outright uny hurler who may
bo able to strengthen the club.
nrrae. 3b... 4
Carey, If.... 4
Kommera, cr 3
Werner, cf.. 1
Uutler. aa... 4
J. Miller, lb 4
Wlleon, rf... 2
Vlox, 2b 4
Simon, c... 3
Coleman, c. i
Ilendrlx, p., 3
Koblneon. d. o
Cooper, p.... 6
Crowd Wrecks Ball
Park When it Finds
"Bloomer Girls" Men
WASHINGTON. July 21. One police
man Is in a hospital, two otners are
nursing bruises and awaiting now uni
forms and part of the Union league base
ball park Is a wreck to dny as the result
of a riot at the Sunday base ball gamn
when 4,000 enthusiasts discovered that a
team of "bloomer" girls were men In
disguise. The team was taken to an
east-bound train under police protection.
A half hour before the storm, the man
ager of the "girls" acquired the gate
receipts and had disappeared.
The team was so successful here four
weeks ago that It returned for a second
appearance, the opposing team being an
amateur organization from Laurel, Md.
The trouble began when the "girls' "
center fielder, a husky young blonde,
threw a ball from deep center to home
plate, catching tho runner. Tho spec
tators grew suspicious.
A moment later a boy slipped up be
hind the supposed divinity at third base
and gave her golden locks a vigorous
pull. They came away, revealing a
chunky young man with an elaborate
makeup ending Just above his eyebrows.
Tho team fled through a storm of bottles
and bricks tp the shelter of the club
house where the police massed.
The crowd then stormed ticket windows
demanding their money back, venting
.their Ire on the pork property. Several
persons were hurt and a number of ar
Standard of Butter
Fat to That of State
After crisp discussion, during which L.
J. Corliss of the Waterloo creamery as
serted that In his opinion the city coun
cil had no right to fix the standard of
butter fat or the standard of the Ingre
dients of any other commodity, the coun
cil raised the butter fat standard to IS
per cent In a pending ordinance, with A.
C. Kugel voting alone against it.
C. E. Herman, state pure food commis
sioner, wrote the council a letter In which
he protested against a standard of 14
per cent because IS per cent Is the stan
dard, fixed by the state.
"We ought to leave the whole queotlon
to the state. Let the state enforce the
law. We havo, It If generally admitted,
the beat milk and cream In tho country."
"It's really a bluff ordinance." said Po
lice Commissioner Ryder, "because we
have no funda to cover the cost of In
spection of farm dairies."
"No, but thU ordinance will give mo
power to Inspect any particular place If
there is any reason to believe Inspection
Is needed." replied Borsie.
Charles Schwager of the Aland to, said
the pending measure, because of Its In
terference, would have a tendency to In
crease the price of mRk, because fann
ers do not like such Interference and
would cease to sell."
u, iiuuuisun anu two nits orr him sent
In threo runs more.
In tho eighth Wheat singled, Daubert
was Bafe on Byrne's error, and Smith
drove the ball to center for a home run.
Klrkpatrlck singled and Pittsburgh sent
In Cooper to pitch. Allen walked and
Cutshaw's long double brought the total
for the Inning up to flvo.
Simon caught a poor game, Brooklyn
stealing six bases. Moran had a peculiar
batting record, getting four hits, a pass
ana n sacrinco in six trips to the plate,
but falling to scoro. Ragan Is credited
with the game. Score:
All. 11. U. A. E. AD.H.O.A.E.
2 13 1. Moran. rf... 4 4 1 0 a
10 0 OCutehaw, !b. S 1 1 4 o
0 10 OMeyer, ct ., 1 2 0 0
J 0 0 OWheat, If... 1 2 OtO
13 1 I Daubert, ib. 4 0 14.170
0 T 0 0 Smith. 3b... 5 3 0 JVo
13 0 OFIaher, aa... 2 1111
0 0 0 0'Slengel .... 1 0 c 0 0
1 3 4 lKrkpatrk. aa 1 1 0 1 0
1 7 2 10. Miller, c3 1 3 0 0
0 0 0 OPIaher, c... 1 0 1 0 u
10 0 l'parrlran ..0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 OlUgan, p.... 3 0 0 2 0
0 0 1 OAllen, p 0 0 10 0
Total 7runt TU'" """" 1
ISaHe,J fJr F'sher In tho seventh.
.5aHe! or Il?Rnn In tho seventh.
Batted for Wilson In tho ninth.
"Batted for Pnnnoi. I M.A 1.
Brooklyn o 1 2 0 0 0 5 5 -
Left on bases: Pittsburgh. 3: Brooklyn,
12. Twoase hits: Hendrlx. Mornn. CutI
Hhaw. Three-base hit: .Butler. Home
runs: Carey, Smith. Sacrifice fly: WIN
son. Sacrifice hits: Moran. iinni.i
I, l, .H?80- on "rors: Pittsburgh, 1;
Brooklyn. 2. Stolen lmn. Unnn n,.,:
shaw, Smith, Fisher (2), O. Miller. Double
iMujr. naner to uutsuaw to Daubert.
Bases on balls: Off Hendrlx, 6; off
Cooper, 2; off Allen, 1. Struck out: By
Hendrlx, 3; by Ragan. 2; by Allen, I.
Wild pitches: Hendrlx, 1; Ragan. 1:
Cooper, 1. Hits Off Hendrlx, 9 In
six and two-thirds innings; off Robin
son. G In one-third inning, nono out In
eighth Inning: off Cooper 1 In one Inning;
off Raga, 7 In seven Innings; off Allen,
one In two Innings. Time: 2:20, Umpires:
I'lillllrs Trounce lied.
PHILADULPHIA, July 21. Seaton's
twirling backed up by splendid support,
especially by Becker and Doolan, whoso
sensational work deprived the visitors of
several hits, enabled Philadelphia to de
feat Cincinnati today by 3 to 1. Lobert'a
stick work played a prominent part In
the victory. He madethreo safeties. In
cluding a homo run and a double In
nour times at uat. and scored two of the
home team's runs. Manager Tinker was
ordered to tho clubhouse by Umpire Orth
when Paskert was declared safe at first
I . V. ,.,,.11. I .... I I- .
ill uiu iuui in iiiiniio. 7iuru;
Devore, cf... 4
Sheckard, rf 4
ueacner, ir.. 1
Dodge, lb... 4
Hobllteel, lb 4
D'rKhamr, as 1
(Iron, 2b 3
Kline, c 3
Bugs'. P.." 3
Drown, p.... 0
0 0 0 1 0
1 0 0 0 0
Totals 24 11 0
Mhutcd for Harmon lu fourth.
Ran for MeLcan In fourth.
Batted for Doak In ninth.
St. Louis 1003000001
New York 03110300 -S
Bases on errors: St. Louis, 3. Two-bnso
hits: Fletcher, Burns (21, Three-bast
hits: Morkle, Crandall. Sacrifice flies.
Shafer, Fletcher, Doyle. Stolen basest
Oakea, Konotchv, Burns (S), Shafer.
Left on bases: New York. 6: Rt. Louis.
fl. Double plays: Harm to Whltted to
Konctchy; Doyle to Fletcher to Morkle
Bases on balls: Off Wlltse. 2; off liar
mon. 1: off Burk, 1; off Doak, 3 Struck
out: By Wlltse, 3; by Crandall, 3; by
Burk. 1: by Doak. 1. Hit bv nltched
ball: By Harmon, Murray, Meyers. Hits
Off Harmon, 6 In threo innings; otf Durk,
a in iwo innings, nono out in sixtn; on
Clever, 1 In onu Inning; off Doak, 0 In two
Innings; off Wlltse, 3 In two-thirds In
ning; off Crandall, 3 In five nnd one
third Innings. Time: 2:00. Umpires;
O'Day and Emnllo.
Culm Dcfent Brave.
BOSTON. July 21.-BV bunchlne hits In
tho sixth, seventh and ninth Innings, Ch'
cngo evened the series with Boston by
winning today. 6 to 2.
uood naso running gavo the locals the
lead In tho early part of the game, but
after the .sixth Inning, Overall's curves
were a puzzle which tho Boston batsmen
could not solve. Mann nnd Meyers scored
lioston s only runs ny coming homo from
second baso on Infield outs.
Need ham s two-base hit In -tho sixth.
Inning started tho run making for Chi
cago and another double by him In the
ninth added to tho visitors winning total
I.ach. cf.... 1 1 0 OSmlth. lb... 4 112 0
Brera 2b.... 3 2 3 3 OTtudolph, p.. 3 2 0 1 il
Wchulte. rf.. 4 0 10 OMaranvll, aa 4 1 4 6 0
rhelan, lb.. 4 1 1 3 OLcrd, tf 4 0 0 0 0
Salcr. lb.... 3 1 7 1 lOonnelljr. If. 1 0 4 0 0
Miller. If... 4 1 3 0 OMann. cf.... 4 3 3 0 0
nrldwell, ...4183 lTltu. ......1 0 0 0 0
Needham, c. 3 2 7 3 OPweenejr, 2b 4 0 2 2 0
Overall, p... 4 1 0 4 OMyera, lb... 4 3 0 0
lUrlden, c. 1 0 4 2 0
Total! 34 10 27 17 3
ToUla 11 8 27 11 0
Batted for Rarlden In ninth.
Chicago 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 26
Boston 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0-&
OIIIOWA, Neb., July 21. (Speclal.)
Strang lost yesterday to Geneva In ft slow
game by tho ecoro of 21 to 3. Tho terrific
swatting of the Geneva batters featured.
CLAY C0URTT0URliEY IS ON
Big National Tennis Event Opens at
tho Field Olub.
PLAYERS GET Ax GOOD START
Nome of the Lending- Cmcks Appear
nnd Win Their (lames Airnlnst
Home f the Others of
Tho fourth annual clay court tennis
tournament was started promptly nt 10
o'clock yesterday on the courts of tho
Omaha Field club with practically all
the entries on hand and eager to teat
their prowess against all comers. All
seven of the courts were In excellent
condition after the recent sprinkling anJ
rolling by Groundkecper Lcaper and his
George Riley of Omaha and Rube Rath
of Waterloo were the first pair to get on
tho courts and Johnny Strachan of San
Francisco nnd J. H. Chandler of Kansas
City were a close second. The Strachan
Chandler match attracted the attention
of the gallery that was on hand to see
the first morning's play. Chandler, al
though not as expert as tho California
lad. proved himself adept with the racket
nnd mado the . youth oxtend himself on
R. Williams. Oimihn hont W itv
Omaha, by default. '
Al Albert, llortlngton, Nrb beat N. A.
Huso, Norfolk, Ncl default.
S. C. Brookings, Norfolk, Neb,, beat
Sttiart Oilman. Sioux City, la., default.
C. Swller, Omaha, beat A. Fredericks,
Omaha, 6-1, 6-1.
Ralph Ralney, Omnhn, beat Frondes
Potter, Omaha, default.
B. Capen, Omaha, beat Sam Burns,
Omaha, fi-2, 6-8, 0-4.
R. Burns, Omaha, beat XL II. Dosh.
Stuart, In., default.
F. M. Drullnger. Madison, Neb., beat
Percy Slverd, nttsburg-h, default
Joe Adams, Omaha, beat L. Brlnker,
F. C. Fcrnald, Omaha, beat II. Cald
well, Omaha, default.
J. Swltzcr. Omaha, beat T. Harmon, Dea
Robert MeCaguo. Omaha, beat M. Good-
uouy, umana, uetauit.
Merrill Hall, New York, beat D. C. Van
Dusen, Blair, Neb., 6-0, 6-1.
T. F. Kennedy, Omaha, bout Fred Brad
ley. Des Moines, default.
F. Gaines, Omaha, beat IL McCormlck,
Omaha, 6-2, G-4.
M. Swartz. Omaha, beat J, Hughes,
Omaha. 6-3. C-4.
Paul Young, Vermilion, 8. D., beat Loo
it nron, umana, aerauit,
Fred Harris. Brattleboro, Vt., beat F,
Dufrcne, Omaha. 6-0. 6-1.
Ray Branson, Mitchell, 8. D., beat B.
uiisicin, umana, 6-1, 6-4.
it. i-oweii, Omaha, beat L, R. Passe
wak. Norfolk, by default.
ril.IaVd, Uo.e!Jl Kt 1'0Ul8 b I Klebba,
Long Island City, N, Y.. 6-0, 6-1.
J. Strachan. Snn Francl men hf T vr
C. Powell, Omaha, beat G.
Deadwood. 8. D.. 6-0. s-2.
C. Griffin, San Francisco, beat J. Mad
den, Omaha, 6-3, 6-3.
George Riley, Omaha, beat Rube Rath
Waterloo. Ia.. 10-8. 6-2.
II. A. Oldham Winner, S. D., beat Fred
juLi. uiinoii, umana, u-2, s-i.
Myron buck, Waterloo, Ia beat R.
rurrvn, viuana, iki, U-J.
Tho Persistent and Judicious Use of
Newspaper Advertising is the Road to
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0 OKnabe. 2b... 4 113 0
0 Oloben. S,. 4 3 1-10
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The lint cold iraap brings a nub. of orders more than can
be handled promptly. Delays are unavoidable. Therefore
we're offering inducements to buy now.. SAVE MONEY.
SAVE DELAY. You can't beat our
(THE FINEST ARKANSAS SEMI-ANTHRACITE.) Not
bought from other, but produced in our own mineshas
85 fixed carbon and low in ash. These are prices on
gcreened, July only.t.
J oIt deUrery.....
"We Alt Wish to Call Yosr Particular Attention to Oar
Genuine Rock Springs, Wyo., Coal
7fc cleafleat, coal sold In Omaha for range use. Price on the
hutty amd nut sixes $8.00 per ton.
Qgr two xarda, one In the central and one In the western dta
trtet, enable un tb glYe prompt enriee to all parts ot Omaha, Dun
dee aad Benson.
Central Coal & Coke Co.
405 South 16th Street. Phone Douglas 1321.
Half Price Sale
At One-Half Original Frice
Men's and Young Men's Suite taken from k
our broken lines of high grade makes on
$10 to $40
STRAW HATS AT
WHUCi li Baa 2T rl'WIEai
Excepting Panamas and Bangkoks y3 Off.
Thousands of Shirts all Patterns and styles
ONE HALF PRICE
the man who proved
that a player can quit
the big league game
and then come back
to it a whirlwind
He says it is the real
drink for the athlete
who would come back,
because it refreshes and thirst-
quenches without any "come
back" to it. . ...
This for you
athlete or fan
Demand the Genuine
St ad far rn Booklet.
THE COCA-COLA COMPANY, ATLANTA, GA.
Hoi You lovert of out-o'-doors there
no' place for you but Georgian Bay. It's the
T-it - r . , f . Yii.-t . .
i rurnuiso 01 iioiiuny-muitcnj. i iicu your lent
0-vJln the pines live nt picturesque Point nu
" Barll. if vouwant tho comforts of n. delicht
(ul hotel, ilut co tnere this summer
' and for once in your life, fish, sail,
canoe, swim ana enjoy yourself to
vour heart's content. I'll truaranteo that you'll
enjoy a visit to
and the 30000 Islands
bet ter tban any vacation you ever dreamt of. For there's the dandiest fishing
in French and Pickerel Rivers and the inland lakes. Good fishing, too black
bass, pickerel and the fighting musklnonge. There's sailing and boating in
Shawaaaga Pay. in Sturgeon Day new excursion for every day. There are
endless rocky little islands easily reached and ideal for picnics. There's
tennis, golf, canoeing and swimming. And nights you go back, dog-tired, to
a restful bed in one of the luxurious hotels at
Poinjt au Baril
Oo there this summer, Via the Canadian Pacific I have
a mighty readable little book on Point au iiam ana tne
Georgian Bay district tells what's there hotels,
rates, etc. Writo
X4 S. Ouk StrMt. CHICAGO
-4.UUV. Aiuait, UB.