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ROURKES LOSE CLOSE GAME
Mutt Certainly Knows How to Argue
Drawn for The Bee by "Bud" Fisher
Wcstcrzil's Hit in Second Scores Two
Hits that Win.
ah Shvtt up, too
YOU HfeAIRA) tAE
JUSTICE MAKES LONE ItUN
Bent Oat Infield lilt, (lnf
Second an "Wild ThroTT nml
Scores on Applegate's
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ST. JOSEPH, Mo., July 19. (Special Tel
egram.) Luck favored tho St. Joseph
team at the crucial period In today's
same and the locals were victor In n
pitchers' battle between Jenkins and Ap
' plegate. The score of the Drummers'
seventh successive victory was 2 to 1.
Applegate had the better of the pitch
In?, no far as htta were concerned. In
the second Inning, when the locals scored
their two rum and won the same, a fluko
hit by Westercll sent tho runners acros
the plate. Westerxll's single was a short
fly and elthetCongnlton or Neff should
have fielded It easily and retired the s!do
runless. Kelly walked to open this In
ning, but was caught off first and run
down. Zivllllng doubled, and after Gygll
had fanned. Ochs walked. Doth runners
advanced on Applegato's wild throw V)
catch Zwllllng off second. and both scored
later on WeatersU'a hlU
The locals had chances to scoro In tho
first, second and fourth, but after the
latter inning failed to hit safely. The
visitors also had chances to win the sumo
In the first three Innings, but failed to
hit when men wero on bases and after
the third were unable to land on the ball,
with the exception of tho seventh Inning,
when Justice beat out an Infield hit and
took second on' Ochs' wild throw. After
two were out Applegate's hit scored him.
Omaha filled the bases In the first In
ning on to singles and an error, but
Shestak popped out, retiring the side.
'Dawson's great catch of a line drive la
tho second Inning and Gygll's stop of a
similar hit off Concalton's bat In tho
sixth saved the game for the locals.
'Lincoln ball olub, on Its way to
Moines, attended the game. Score:
AH. it. II. O.
Urubb, lb...,.,...,... 4
Coyle, If 3
Thomason, cf 4
Kane, lb 3
'Bhestak, c 4
Neff, 2b 4
Justice, as 3
Applcgate, p 3
Totals 32 1 8
AB. It. II.
Z.wllllng. of..,.-.,.. 3
urirntn, o a
Jenkins, p , 3
AND I SrVr
' v . . I . i.
- . I.. 4-. .- ... . J ' .,
I III f III I
YORK WALLOPS FREMONTERS
Hutted for Justice In ninth.
Omaha 0 0000010 0-1
liSt Josoph 0 0 2 00000-3
Two.bajm hit: Zwllllnir. Bocrtftco hits
Coyle. Justice. Btolen bases; Kelly,
I 7-wllllnir. "Left on bases: Omaha. 7: 8t
Joseph, 8. . Struck out: By Jenkins, 2; by
(Applegate, 2. Bases on balls: Off Jen
kins, 1; off Applugate, 2. Wild pitches:
, Applegate (2). Time: lttd. Umpires:
' Pegnst una HasKeu. .
Eat QetcheU to All
BR0WH GETS TWO HOMERS
Williams IMtohes AVonderful Hull.
Holding Pathfinders to Onn
Scratch lilt mid No
BOOHTICRB WIPE OUT
FIlBitONT, Neb.. July 20. (Special
SIOUX Telegram.) York gave tho locals an
awful beating today by batting detchell
Hek. Whtl.r d Ksell Unnbl. .,0 XL?orag? ot .the 'P1' Cach "rown
- i i nil ii v irainnv twn lmmn viinn . Hi n
to Bionu T!df
ttv(tfSrW 'nani.'rbr't'V.sllor Mohod if wonder,
day, while Musser held the Sioux safety, f ul game, letting Fremont down with
Held ?n mixed yun"fom?Poi I several loVal ot the locals reaching second base. Um-
. amateur teams, their own naving pesn pire roniius is causing much dlssatls-
destroyed in tne lire ot punaay niiu.
. ' AU.. IU H
Ilahn, rf.. &
Breen. - It
Hunter, cf. ........... 4 2 2 l o or au.ii.o.A.k. au.ii.o.a.r.
Leonard, (b b
Jones, lb t
Bellly, s S
Shaw, e 3
Andreas, 2b 6
Musser, P 6
Totals 40 7 16 27 13 1
AB. IU II.
Cooney. 2b 2
Clarke, It 2
Smith, s 4
Callahan, 3b 4
Davidson, cf......... 4
llurns, lb... 4
Vonn, c 3
Whratley, p 0
Erell, P J
O. A. K,
two.bogger In four times at bat. Wll.
taction In his work this series, liln de
csons bn balls and strken being par
ticularly off color. Score:
Hnapp out for running out of the line.
YOIIK. Filial ONT.
gtloa, lb.,,, i i l o
Mpp, lb., t a t
ChtM. lb... 1 0 10
Oltrk. It... I 1 1
M'lmq'tt, m ft 1 0
HuiTtr, rt. t i a
ItlM. cf... 4 ft
ItrAsarn n 1 ft
WIIIKbu, p 1 0 2 0 Qctchll, p. I
Ileltz, 6. lef t on bases: Superior. . 9;
Orand Island, B. First base ond errors;
Superior, 4: Grand Island, 2. Hit by
Pitched ball; , Melnert. Sacrifice hits:
I.andreth, Bockewltr, Hatch, Downey (2),
Harry. Schoonover, Ward. Stolen bases:
Gray, Downey. Umpires: Longanecker
I'nivneeN llnvp Ilnttlnir Bee.
COLUMBUS, N'eb., July 29.-(Speclal
Telegram.) For five Innings, McDonnell
pitched as pretty a gamo as has been
seen here this year. During that ttmd,
hd allowed only one hit and struck out
six Columbus batsmen, then the Paw
nees broke loose In n terrific bombard
ment. McDonald, Beatrice's new pitcher
from St. Joo, took up the fight In the
seventh, but he too, proved Ineffective.
When the curtain was finally rung down,
the count stood 9 to 4. Deal's one handed
catch, Tappan's hit, and 'home runs by
IJng and Crun, served to keep up the
Interest In the (grandstand. "-Score:
0 OTurplll, It... I
C 0WiUc, u. t
0 OWelitl, ct.. 4
0 Ollinrr, lb.
1 Olteli, b...
0 Oatutf, rt.
0 0Vleh, lb
ToUl... ..14 11 21 I 0 ToUll.....ta 1M 11 1
York 0 1 1 1 0 1 3 3 0-0
Fremont 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Two-base hits: Brown, Bnapp, Home
runs: Brown It). MalmnulsL Stolen "bases:
Hnapp, Mulvey. liases on balls: Oft
1 ' 1 1 1 1 . a. . c. . -1. it . ' . . .
f miauls, a, uil ucicuail, f oil
bases: York. 0; Fremont. 4. Struck out:
Jjy Williams, 8j by Qotchell. 6, Time:
umpire: ronuun. Auenaance: iw.
Kit, Ibl i J 0 4
on. Jbltj I 1
n, SP. I TO 2 1
iiiiacjE, ri.... i i
Co, lb 4 0
Hlcklln, ct..t 1 0
Uni, It.... t 1 1
rotft, o, ,., i o n
M'Donnat, p I 0 0
M" Donald, p 0 0 0
lUUy ..... 10 0
Standing of Teams
Played. Won. Lost.
II in 1
Cltnmpn Win In Twelfth.
S i J S-? Telegram.) McCabe won the game be
0 0 0 o 1 tween Kearney and Hastings today In
me iwemn inning on a nomaf run, arter
inrw singles nau tica u up in me nintn.
nearney got one in the first, when Mc-
Knlght was hit by a pitched ball, and
scoreu on an intieiu out, ana a nit. r ea
tures of the game were catches, by Mo.
knight and a good stop bv Woodruff.
iiunager Bennett was benched In tho
first tnnlnif. WhOh in dlamllnfl n ri.il.lnn
. A i . tn I'rinTinw in i .1 " ..... 1 . ...
areas 10 iu "i . .7":. . i.O I v. T? 'ul u" 1,10 "via in mo jum,
Bums. Biruca oui: oeing sent dsck to tne bench twice
Kxell. 6; by Musser, 8. ,,B"!-,0,l,,Vaii' when he attempted to coach or warm
a mil J HltaW
vann. Balki Musser, Time: 2;tX5,
Umpire t Anderson-
Totals -... 1
De Moines 1001
KlnllY fMtV 0 10 0 0
T.rt on bases: Btoux City, 7: Des
Moines, 12. Bases on errors: pes Moines,
1r atZ nrav. 1. M.crine hlti Breen.
Two-base bits: Davidson, liunwr, .Home
r.M.. lttimi. Hell v. Stolen
l.'Zt jn.r'Hlur Off Vvheatley. 9 lit
r i t. Att 10 in eUcht lnnlncs,
Double" Plsiil Lionird tq . Andrea.
tn Vans tn llurns: IleJliy to All
. . . f .. ....
DKNVEH. AOAIN VXlAiS VXCTIM
Topeka Holds Orlsslr 11 t Mercy
TOPEIC July -The victor, rtled up 3n
nor hltiotf Upchwham than ih locals J 'J 2. 2 J.!
AU H n A All II ft A K
SMcMpld. ill I I t OM'Knlitt. It 4 0 I 0 0
rsniMU. la 1 t OBjntK, 3b., 9 1 1 3
junnfii, ci. 1 1 0 QAtook, lb... ft 1 J X
Wilier, rt. . ft 0 0 0 0 Harriott. Ihl oil o
Tack, lb... I 1 Jl I OPchaurtn. ill I I I
Drown, aa. . I 2 1 I OOrajr, c ft 1 ft 1
rirMtlM. lb ft 0 1 i OWnodnif u 1 a 1 I
AUCab If.. I I p 0 Snrlckran. rf ft 1 0 0
"lUchrdrn, e ft 0 ft I I rirmptoo, pilot
TUla..... T 1ft II 1
til W ft Mftft- W . . v."
got utf Hams, uut tne iooju w "m oTtala.....4 ihm l
tilJl 'rh huttlVVc of lo- Hastings ..0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1-3
defeated Denver, The oattWg or io-
Larry was a. feature Hcora:
AB. R. II. O.
Cochran, tb 4 0 0 0
lTenoh. ... J 1 1
ForsyUie, rt 8 10 1
McLarry, ?b S ?.
Uear. cf..j... 3 0 o 3
Kapp, lb i 2 ,1 g
PrlceJ lf. 1
McAllister, c 0 2 t
CochreliAm, p....... 3 JB J), JL
ToUl... ) r 7 27
. . . .AB. . Bn IC
.... m f A
quiiun. 3b v
Cosvidy. rf., f 5 J
Chonnell, ex 4 J
Uutoher..Sb 6 1
fipahr, o...t m.. 4 o
Coffey, s... J
Fisher, lb 0
Harris, p J
Totals...' 5 11 21 10 I
'nattiMl for Harris iu ninth.
'mucks, 0 0 0 4. 0 0 0 8 -T
n.nv.r 0 0 0 I 0 1 0 0
Three-base nit: MeT-any. Two-base
hit: MeLarry. Sacrifice fly: Otax. Dou
ble plays: '.Cochreliam to French to Bacp.
Channell to Fisher. Bases on bolls: Oft
Cochreham. 1: 6ft Harris. 6. Struck out l
By Cocbrehtun. Ji by Harris, 3. IHiwed
ball: McAllister. Wild Pitch: Harris.
'limB! ?:0. Umpire: Co.miower.
X.uiitrs Defeats Osswa.
nniWAi 1a. July 29-rSieHal.)
Oiaws. sulftrtd defeat at th hands of
I.rranrt in ten-Inning K"?e here Mon
day. Score. 8 to 4. At the end of the ninth
h. tuMrdHd 4 to 4. and then Lemurs
procetded to double their score, while
OiaWa wtnt up into the tvlr. Ixwrnl.
Dnaws." ctsnUrflelder was knocked out
et the game entirely when he collided
with Bennett, the rlghflelder. while both
vera in Wixsult of a high fly. Batteries:
Onuwa, Matney and Elffcrt; Lomars,
Xartshltr and Wall.
Kearney ..lOOOOOOOOOO 0-1
..trne,:l run,: Hastings 2. Home run:
MoCabe. BtoJen basesr'Bennett, Drown,
By nek. Double plays: Synok to Aoook to
iicrrioni nynccK to WooOrurr. liases
on bulls: Off Johnson. S: nfr MM vmntnn
J l"1: Hastings, 10; Kearney,
S. Hit by pitched balls: Mo Knluhi.
yyneK. Htruck out By Johpson. 8; by
'"'"f ; .''tt P'tcn: jonnson.
lime: 3t. Umpire: Myers. - N
Third City on Nevr .HnalsJ
OIIAND ISLAND, Neb,, July 20.
(Bpeclal Telegram.) Bohoonover, the
newly appointed field manager of
the Third City team, and the
llnltiul W, I. Imh nil him 1 V .
the initial pcrformanoe, by defeating Bu
perlor, J he manager's drives bringing In
four of Grand Island's five runs, Includ
ing the winning one. With today's con
test, the .penterflelder succeeds Forrester
as manager, the latter dropping out en
tirely, voluntarily resigning. W. II. Har
rison, president ot the board, who has
been absent moat ot the summer, will
at .the same time, .take active manage
ment ot financial affairs, accompanying
the team on Its trips. The fans showod
their approval of the change by present,
lag Schoonover with a large floral puce
In the shape ot a horseshoe. Downey, ' Omaha
recently ot Hastings, has been scoured tq 1 Kano
fill the Forrester vacancy in the field. Schlpke..
StJPEUTon. ' oiukd itfCAKD. Justice..;
AU.H.O.A-K. AB.II.O.A.B. ICoyle,....
Mtlritrt, ct ft o o 1 (TBmllh. ,... 4 1110 Thomason
Maada. aa. ., ft
Orr. tb. 4
iAaarttb. rt 4
Diamond, It 4
1 a lDowDir, rf. I 1 a 0 0 Concalton....
f e sr-anar, lb.. 4 1 11 0 o
I 1 llmlter. c... 4 0 I ll
m a inuq, -ap... V i a 1
1 Osurler. tall I I 1
A 1 . . . . .
M'OuVzfa. i a a e a
14 t SI It I
TeUll..... ft M 1ft 4
0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 11
Orand Island.... 0 001000203-d
Earned runs: Superior. 0; Grand Island.
4. Two-bsse hits: Farley, Barry Bohoon
over. Bases on balls: Oft Hatch. 2: oft
Belli, 4. Struck out: By lUtch, 6 by
ORondaau, lb 4
1 I'mpIh. Jb. a
OBmjth, Ct.,. 4
ocrad, It.... I
Totals II I 2) 10 :
Batted for McDonald .In the ninth.
Beatrice 04000000 0-4
Columbus 00000 261 -i
Earned runs: Beatrice, 3; Columbus, 8.
Stolen bases: Hlcklln. Smyth, Peoples.
Two-base hit: , Peoples, .Homo runs:
Hlcklln, Cran. Innings pitched: By Mc.
Donnell, si and one-third; by McDonald,
one and two-thlrds-by J&mderman, seven;
by Ilead, two. Hits:, Off McDonnell, 4s
oft McDonald. 4; off Zondermun, 6, Struck
out: By MoDdnnoll. 8: by McDonald, 4;
by ZQiulerman, 4; by Reed, 3. Bases on
balls: Off McDonnell, 5; off McDonald, 0;
off Zonderman, 3; off Heed, 1. Hit by
pltchod ball: By y.onderman (Hutchin
son;. Time; liio. umpire: Quigjsy.
Manager Babb of
WICHITA, July t9.-Charles Bobb,
manager ot tho .Wichita, base ball club,
has been released by the Ward at di
rectors. Babb Houccoeded George Hughes
snortiy oner tne season' opencu. .lie nas
hot been n'eeded' In tho .Jlnoup. -Nck
Maddox, former Pittsburgh " star pitcher,
'was appointed temporary manager.
TEAMS EARN MONEY
i-'-WEBSTEU CITY, la., July , (Bpe-
clol.)-Becretary B. A. Wllsop. of tho
Webster City Base Bait association has
just made a statement of the condition
of the association nt the end of its first
month's ball. HI statement will be a
big surprise to local fans on account ot
of the surprising success that has been
The total receipts during the first
month wore fl.C44.39 and expenditures
11,000.04, leaving a profit, during the month
of 1W4.T.. Sixteen games are covered In
this statement. The Webster City White
Sox nre a semi-professional team. The
first month's salary list amounted to
Of these first sixteen games the Whlto
Sox have lost but one and that to tho
native Hawaiian nrofesslonal team that
is touring this country.
ROURKES OPEN WITH THE
WICHITA TEAM HERE TODAY
Pa Rourke'a tribe of ball players are
slated to arrive In Omaha this morn
ing from a very disastrous road trip,
The team comes from St. Joseph to open
a, twelve-day stay at home. The Rourkes
meet Wichita then Topeka, Lincoln and
Denver. Following the lineup for the
. Catch .
Drs Moines 97
St. Joseph S
Topeka .....'..,.. 95
Bloux City 90
New York.,65 27 .707
Phlla. CJ 34 .609
Chicago ...48 45.616
Pittsburgh.. 43 46 .495
Brooklyn ..42 45 .433
Boston ,....B9 SU4
Cincinnati .37 59 si
St. Louis ..36 6S .1'
AM EH. ASB'N,
DoiIhc Ilrfrnta Snyder.
noDOr". Neb.. Jnty 29. (Spclal.)-
umitc uncuiMi onjutr on tne latter a
srounas by tne tune or f la 1. Tha fi
ture of the game was Ruff's home run in
tne mnin wim tne Dtses run. tsoore.
R. H. E
Dodge 0 1 0 0 3 0 1 0 4- 11 4
Snyder u u o o i o o o 01 9
flatteries: Dodge. Slndelar and Butler
anyuor, uuston ana lioDorta.
Milwaukee ,64 41 .610
j.ouisyiie (S 45 .663
Mlnneap'lls 57 44 ,553
Columbus ..50-47 .M
Kan. City. ..to at, 471
St. Paul 45 66 ,4(6
iUlKUU 45 07 , 441
Indt'nap'lls 35 62 .801
Phlla C6 2S .702
Cloveland ..68 38 .004
.Wash, 65 40 .679
Chicago ....51 49 .510
uosian ......46 49 xoo
St. IrfiVlls ...23 3 .ISA
f5W,"Yr3rk.v.29, 62 ,i3
I NEB. LEAGUEL I
Kearney ....42 29 .Mi
Superior ....41 32 .562
Hastings ...40 34 .541
York .,...,..33 34 .523
Columbus ,..3i 37 ,4V3
Fremont .....33 38 .46
Gr. Island, ..SO 44 .403
Beatrice ....29 44 .347
Denver, 2; Topeka, 7.
Des Moines, 7; SloUx City, X
Omaha, 1; St. Joseph, 2.
Philadelphia, 7: Pittsburgh, 4.
Brooklyn. 6: Clnolntiatl, 6.
Boston, 8: Chicago, 1.
Now York1, 1-8; St, Louis, ,0-1.
Chicago, 0-3t Boston, 2-3. '
Cleveland. 8-6; New Work, 2-3,
Detroit, 0; Philadelphia, 6.
St, Louis, 1; WtLshlnsto-,1, 2."
Toledo, 3; Columbus, 7.
Kansas City, 2; Minneapolis, 7.
Loulsvlllo, 8: lndlanapols, 2.
Mllwauki-e, 0; St Paul, O.
NEBRASKA. STATI0 LEAGUE.
Beatrice, 4; Columbds, .
Hastings. 2; Kearney, 1.
York,'; Fremont, 0.
Sueprtor, 4! Grand Island, 5.
'' Games Today.
Western League Lincoln at De Malr.es.
WlahiU at Omaha. Toueka at Sioux Cltv.
Denver: at St. Joseph.
.Brooklyn titPittsbursh, 'New -York" af
Chicago, Philadelphia at Cincinnati.
American League Detroit at Washing
ton, Cleveland at Boston, Chicago at New
lorK, st. louis at Philadelphia.
American Association Louisville at
TnfllunitnAllM XI llwn lib-.. .. . u l.,il T.-
sas City at Minneapolis, Toledo at
Nebraska' State 'League Superior at
Grand Island, Beatrice at Columbus,
Hastings, at- Kearpey( York at Fremont.
GIANTS BEAT CARDS TWICE
Take Long Stride Toward Cinching
Flag by Winning Double-Header.
SEND ST. LOUIS TEAM TO BOTTOM
Demnree Bests Dottle lai First Contest,
Holding Other- Side nunle
Fromme Effective Thronnh
oot the Second.
ST. LOUTS, July 29.-New York, by
winning two games here this afternoon,
took a big stride toward the National
ieague- pennant and, at the same time sent
th Jocat team' Into last place. The pcqre
last game of the scries from Brooklyn
irniny, o to 0. up to tnat inning wamcr,
a recent addition to Brooklyn's pitching
Btaff, had pitched Tnlr bull, i s'- '
and three runs having been scored
against him. He was wild, however, two
of his bases on balls, one In uio t'cuu.i..
and another In the eighth, being cosuy.
Johnson was taken out In the seventh
Inning to allow Bates to bat for him.
Brown finished the game for Cincinnati
without a hit being mode off htm. Sep re:
Batted for JClrkpatrlck In tho ninth.
'Ran for Dodge In the eighth.
Batted for Johnson In the seventh.
Brooklyn 0 1 0 1 0 3 0 0 0-6
Cincinnati 0 2010003 -0
Two-base lilts: Klrkpatrlck, Fisher,
Groh, Kllng. Home runs. Stengel, Berg
hammer. Hits: Off Johnson. 7 In s"even
linings; off Brown, none In two Innings.
Sacrifice fly: Wheat. Stolen bases:
Smith, Devore. Double plays: Smith to
C'utshaw td Klrkpatrlck: Cutshaw to
Fisher to KlrkpatrlcK. licrt on Poses
SMITH OF D.ULUTH
Tmt.TlTir. .Tnlv M PJmrt Rmlth
DulutbJ'rlght flefder.,tlIleport "to . t,he
uieveiona Am en can league ciud otter
August 24." ' President Blume' of the
Northern league club, here today closed
the deal. The purchase price Is not announced,
American Association Results.
At 6t Paul- R.H.E.
Mllwauketf 0 4
St. Paul 3 10 0
Batteries: Milwaukee. Young. Brown
and Hughes;' St. Paul, Gardner and
At Ind anaDolls K.H.E.
Louisville 8 9 1
Indianapolis' ; .'... 2 3
Batteries: Louisville. Loudermtlk.
Toncy and Severold: Indianapolis, Har
rington, wortcs ana t,asy.
At Minneapolis R.H.E.
Kansas qty 2 8
Minneapolis 4.. .w7- 9
ItAtterlcs: Kansas City. Covington.
IUley and O'Conor; Minneapolis, Patter
son ana umitn.
At Columbus ' R.H.B.
Toledo 3 I
Columbus ..u 7 IS
Batteries: Toledo, George. Cpllamore
ill IM 1CYVIIII1 ,uiMilluu., tm .uu W'"
Maaoit. Twins'' A.nsler.
. MASON .CITY, Nebt, July 29.-(Special)
Mason City detested Analey In an In
teresting game on me rormer s. grouna
R tn 4. Rrrnra bv Mason City gave Ann
luy the lead. In tb flrsL . Mason City
started a. battlngnUly 1 PlnJ
forced enongh 'rmts across the plate -td
win. Ratterles tAnsley, Mun andPuften-
berger; Mason, Robert ana xnompson.
Can't Keep it rwcret.
The splendid work ot Chamberlain's
Tablets Is dally becoming more widely
known. No such grand remedy tor Horn
ach and llv.r troubles has ever been
knqwn. For sale by all druggists Adver
ot ino. nrst gome -was 1 to 0. Demaroo Brooklyn. 2: Cincinnati. 6. Bases on balls
pitched effective 1 Off Walker, 7; off Johnson, 3. Hit by
besting Doak, who has pitched effective
ball against New .York In two games In
In the second game, score 3 to 1, Sallee
tried to repeat his victory of Saturday
over the Giants, but was hit nt oppor
tune times and received ragged support.
Geyer, who relieved.' him. was steady.
Tromme, who has: beaf St. Louis twice
in the last series, wait' effective through
out. New York 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 01
Bt. jxmis 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Two-base tilts: Merer. Mnwrev. Snp.
rlflce fly: Demaree. Double plays; Mow
rey to Hugglns to Konetchy; Hugglns to
Konetchy; Fletcher to Doyle to Merkle.
Left on bases. New York, 2; St. Louis. 4.
Bases on balla: Off .Demaree, 2; off Doak,
1. lilt by" pitched ball: Doak by Burns;
by Demaree. Hutre-lns. Rtniok nut: Rv
Demaree. 5: bv Dank. 1. Tlinn: 1-4V Tim.
Plres: Brennan and Eaaon.
Batted for eGyer In ninth.
New York 1 0100 '4 000-6
St. Louis 0 0000010 0-1
Two-base hits: Whit tod. Evans. Home
run: Burns. Hits: Off Sallee, 6 In seven
Innings: off Geyer. 1 In two innings.
Sacrifice hits: Doyle, Fromme. Btolen
bases: Fletcher, Murray (2). Double play:
Fletchor to Merkle. Left' on bases: St.
IOUls. 7: Now York. S. Bases on bolls:
Off Sallee. 1; off SYornme. 4. Struck
out. By Bailee,, l; by "Geyer, l; by
Fromme, , 'Time:, atOO. Umpires: Eason
an)d, Brennan: ,. : '
. Cuba ifelplcM Before Dixon.
CHICAOO. July 29. Uoiton showed a
reversal of form today behind Dickson's
tine jiioning ana evenea ud tne aeries
With Chtcajro. wlnnlnsr the final irnmo
here, 9 to 1. The local men were helpless
uetore DIcKson'a .twirling and gathered
but four hits, two of which were hunched
in tne initial inning, ana nettea a run.
The fielding behind Dickson was Kilt.
edged and lometimeaV'sDectacular. Lord.
.Connolly and Mann mode brilliant
catciies in the outxieia, while the lnfloia
Contributed Its share of lightning clays.
The visitors started a regular batting bee
when Overall opened for Chicago and
continued their slugging when Richie was
cauea to tne rescue. Alter tne nrst in
ning Chicago was unable to get a man
nast tha second station.. Outfielder Lord
got & freak homo run when he hit a long
bounder to let field and the ball went
over the fence, scoring two men ahead
pf him. .Manager Overs got In an argu
ment with Umpire Orth and was chased
to the club house. . Score:
Boston .0 33103000-0
Chicago 1 o o 0 u u u u vi
Two-base hits: Leach. Schulte. Overall.
Lord. Three-base hit: Sweeney. Home
run: lord, lilts; urr uvenui, 0 in tnree
Innings; off Richie, 0 In six Innings. Sac
ririr hilar Ev.ra. Lord. Sacrifice fly:
Whaling. Stolen bases: Smith, Williams.
Double plays: Maranvllle to Sweeney. to
Myers. Lett on bases: Boston ; ,c.tu
cago, 4. Bases on balls'. Off Overall, 1;
otr uicKson, s; oit xucme, 1. oirut. uuu
By Overall. 1; by Dickson, 3; by Rlcnle,
S. Time; 1:41. Umpires; Klem and Ortn.
Phillies Win Easily.
PITTSBURGH, July 39. Philadelphia
hammered Hendrlx at the right time this
afternoon and won easily, 7 to 4, making
It three out of four in the series. Triples
by Butler and Hendrlx were mainly re
sponsible for Pittsburgh's four runs, and
witn tne score a tie in ins suui m
tnl In Alexander to SUDDl&nt Mayer.
Off Alexander the Pirates got only two
hits, while tho visitors kept after Hen
drlx steadily and added three more, runs
to their total. A single oy ueciter, a.
walk to Cravat h and a single by Doolan
cava them the winning run In the eighth.
They added two more In the nlnfu on
singles by KilUfer and Lobert. with. an
error bv Hendrlx. a sacrifice hit and a
sacrifice fly in between. Score:
Philadelphia 1 0 0 3 0 1, 0 1 27
Pittsburgh 0 V 2 0 2 0 0 0 0-1
Three-baae hits: Butler. Hendrlx,
TVwilnn. Homo run: Becker. Sacrifice
fly; Knabe.-Sacrifice hits: . Knabe, Paa-
kert, LoberU Lett on Daees: riiuurgn,
si PhllAdtlnhla. 5. Hits: Off Mayer. 5
In five innings; off Alexander. 2 In four
innings: uouoie piay: wagner to viox
to Miller. Bases on Laiia: qt: Mayer, z;
off Hendrlx, 3. Struck out: By Mayer.
1: bv Alexander. 1; by Hendrlx, 3. Parsed
ball: Simon. Time: 1.4$. Umpires
Byron and Rlgler.
Reds Wt nby Rally.
CINCINNATI July 29. Cincinnati rat
lied In the eighth Inning and captured the
Ditched ball: Bv Walker (Bates). Struck
out: By Walker, 6; by Johnson, 6; by
lirown. l. Time: i:ts. umpires, uuay
Are Developed by
SAN FRANCISCO, July 29. Developing
tennis champions Is the avocation of Sid
ney R. Marvin of this city, a man ot
wealth who devotes his spare time to the
promotion of Juvenile athletics. His suc
cess is measured by the progress of
Maurice E. McLoughlln, United States
champion; William M. Johnson, now in
the finals for the Longwood cup at Bos
ton, and John Strachan, winner ot the
national clay court tournament at Omaha.
This trio was graduated from the, golden
gate Junior club, which Mr. Marvin
founded ten years ago and has directed
It was Mr. Marvin's, idea that if,
through constant tournament play, great
acouracy could be combined with the
torrlflo speed developed on the ' asphalt
courts ot California a series of champions
would be produced. At the outset he en
gaged a veteran professional to Instruct
his young charges and monthly tourna
ments for high class trophies have stimu
lated Interest In the game.
"Mr. Marvin's boys," as they are known
on the Pacific coast, develop champion
ship caliber early. McLoughlln was only
13 when he first was sent to Australia as
a member of the United States team o.f
challengers for the Davis International
trophy. Johnston, who eliminated such
players os Touchord and Clothier at
Longwood on his first invasion ot the
east and his .first important competition
on gross courts, called his. eighteenth
birthday only recently. Strachan, the
new clay court champion, la the same age.
Each year sees tho advent of a new
phenomenon In this club of youngsters.
This year's sensation la Roland Roberts,
a lad of 15, who came within one point
of eliminating William Johnston from the
Pacific coast championship tournament.
Other young members of th? club hold
Important titles through the western
country, Mr. Marvin maintains well
equipped club rooms, where his young
wards are removed from the temptations
of the streets. He Is a stickler for good
sportsmanship, and takes as great pains
to develop proper temperament as to
bring out the athletic skill of his pros
FAIRBURY'S BALL GROUNDS :
OPENED WITH GOOD GAME
FAIRBURY, Neb., July 29.-(Speciai.)H
The opening base ball game of tho sea-
son was played at the new diamond and
grounds on tho mills grounds Mondayj
between the Falrbury and Alexandria,
teams. Monday was virtually a holiday)
in Falrbury on account of tho. "grandj
opening on tho now grounds, The OTolr-l
bury band furnished music for the.occo-l
The crowd had tho privilege of witness-i
Ing one of the fastest and best garnet
of base ball that has boen played in tha
city in recent years. Tho Falrbury team!
did not score at all. Fairbury's pitcher,,
Shancr, struck out thirteen- playernj
Score: ' ltH'.E.i
Falrbury 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 3 2
Alexandria ...0 0 1 0 0. 0 0 0 1-2 5 3,
Batteries? Falrbury, Shnner anil 3ooth;
Alexandria, Duhl and Allen. - i
HAMPTON, Neb.. July 29. (Special
HlamPton defeated the Walbacha of'
Grand Island in a finely played game of
ball, tho score being 7 to 1 In favor of
Batteries: Hampton, Hockenbary and
Towers; Walbachs, Rehder and Schlr-'
kofsky. Manager: William Poschke.
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