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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1913.
Mutt's Patriotism Makes it Tough on the Canine
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ROURKE'S HEHTAKB A GAME
Locals Win from the Wichita" Team
by a Score of Eleven to One.
CLOSMAN IS IK GOOD FORM
ntehlnnr of High Order -and he
Ylaltora Are Unable to Locals
Ball at Any Slave of
Smith, if B
Callahan, Sb ,. S
Davidson, cf... ...... 6
Burns, lb...., 6
Miller, rf 4
Happ, o 6
Ycung, P.. 0
iDoyle, p 3
Esl, p...... 0
Commodore Perry's offerings had abou:
at much effect on the Omaha batters yes
terday as oil hu on Water. When tha
Omaha club loft the field In tho ninth
Inning It had broken Ita toeing streak
Totals - 42 11
. All. It
uoenran, sb 4
C. smith, of R
rorsyine, ri o
McLnrrr. 2b......... 8
Hear. If 4
McAllister, c 0
rrencn, as 4
17 27 11
Totals 38 10 18 25
Batted for Dovle In seventh.
'One out when winning run scored.
find had hammered fourteen hits out for Topeka 0 8 0 1 0 0 1 0 O-10
a total of eleven runs, while "tfti'U Clov Bloux City 0 3 1 0 0 0 i 1 2-11
TWO STRAIGHTFOR BROWNS
Defeat Maokmen in Second Succes
live game, Five to Three. .
DARKNESS STOPS THE CONTEST
man held the visitors to but four hits.
two of which were decidedly scratchy.
Left on bases: Bloux City. t! Too lea. 8.
First base on errors: Bloux City, '1; To-
pena, i. Two-oase mis: uoyie, uooney, u
Closman pitched tho best (imt of bit (2), Burn. Three-base hit: Clarke.
. .... intoien bases; Forsytne. McLnrry. l urni.
"r ,n mana. i ws up on mi ios. Hlti. orf Young-, i In one and one-third
all the way through. Never was he tn lnnlnea: off Dovl
danger and Only two Qualified hlta wtrs thl InolnRs. Double playsi Cooney to
, ., i . . " ... .... " Tiamun io liurns, wmitn to.uu
e, 7 in five and two-
lammed the boll over th rlsht field pitched ball: McAllister atid Crist Time:
fence in the fourth Innln for a home umpire. Anaersoo,
un. I niaa urmhtm Mumira v.niic
me wmana team piayea an axeiient
nl howed Just what could be jloBo Holda team to Fonrltlts with
uone wnn a irooa pticner in ma oox l liar's Raet,
The batUng of the Rourkes wu clastyrt DBH MOINB8, la., Aug-. L-Des Motnes
ta aav thn leant. Tha fnnr..n hi vhirh I won the last irame of the series with
bm.W.a e Wncoln i ths afternoon by a score of 10
.-..r-f., -.,r.,n. .v, ,,v,.vf .l.i.., w x Wlnt noitco, dame .back with but
oaes. jinree, oases wore sioten ana lour one days rest wtr peatins tha visitors
sacrifice hU(4ald. down. Itn. the first ,imi. of the aeries and
Umpire Colllflower jtot alonjr lust about XIV.L ll'J.Sili, VI3
i ' ' i , ut u ivaviinr vm, kiiu viiip vfc
mm uw m d hu uiimr inn vij- i moo was qn - on error. Bcore:
era KicHea on his decisions and so did
tne ran, but be seeros to knqw little
about the game1 and care lew.
Mann, rr , 3
Ureen, If.....,..,..,, 4
Hunter, cf 3
And Jtastlc Cornea Haolc.
nil. .... ' i ieonara.
uuuc Biaricq put as It ne was jnnoa lb ..... a
colng to to to piece before the same not llUllly. ss..:.v 3
ra mi errors, out ne enuea mo Row, P , -8 0
Totals M 10
Inning- by aseietin in a double play. Then,
Jutt to retrieve himself, h hammered
out four hits in five times up, including
tVo doubles. In the fourth Inning he xAm-i, 3b...... .74
robbed Hughes of what appeared to be a Collins, rf 3
Ure hit when ho scooped his grounder P,X1,nri..",,:i i
up back of second base and, throwlne the cole of,.... 4
ball on tha run, retired "Doggie" at first Barbour,' lb!U '. 3
Omaha (.pened up with two tallies In i!k.erv,";v: i
the first Inning, Justice singled and wsnt Jordan, j ! l
tp third when Coyle oacrtneed and landed Knapp,' p I
eafe on Hushes' error, Congalton was Pwaau, p 1
safe on an Infield, bit and Justice scored m...,.
Ooyle going to third, from whence haiDes Molne!!"!!"o 0
acored when Kane forced Connie at mo-I Lincoln ., .0 0
It O. A. B.
10 0 0
3 3 0 0
l 13 1 0
12 6 0
8 6 .0 0
o t a o
lo rr Is "s
II, O, A. B.
13 3 0
0 3 10
13 3 1
0 10 1
0 4 0 0
1 11 0 1
0 0 4 0
0 13 0
0 0 0 1
0 0 0 0
1 il ' 5 "4
4 0 0 1 -10
Bfltchell ErfectlTC In Fourth When
Athletics Hunch Three lllts.-irtth
Three Krrora and Score
PHILADELPHIA, Aug. l.-Bt. Louis
won its second successive game from
Philadelphia today, 6 to 3, by a batting
rally In the sixth Inning. Play was
stopped In the eighth owing to darkness.
In tho sixth the visitors scored four runs
on doubles by Dalentl and Pratt, Will-
lams single, Brief being hit by a pitched
ball, apd errors by Barry and Collins,
the latter s mlsplay eblng a wild throw
to tho plate which permitted Williams,
and Brief to score on an attempted
Tho visitors scored another run In tho
seventh on a pas t to Lavan, Mitchell's
sacrifice, Chotton's single and a wild
throw by Schang when Shotton stole
second. Mitchell was very effective, ex
cept In the fourth when the home team
bunched three hits with three errors and
scored three runs.
The start of tho game was delaped ow
ing to a light shower and Umpire Evans
was obliged to call a halt In the at touts
half of the eighth Inning owing to dark
ness. In this Inning Houclc succeeded
Bender and gave Williams a pass before
play was stopped. Bhawkep, who started
tno game ror Philadelphia, pitched only
to one batsman, This was Shotton who
singled. Bender then took hi place.
As Hamilton has not boen successful
In games against Bender this season
Manager Stovalt sent Mitchell to tho
mound In the second Inning. ' BcoVej
BT. LOUlfl. ' PillLaDBtJ'lilAl '
ATI. Iff n. A. n. . n T, n ft
pnnuon, ei i i j ,j D,MfOTr. II 1 0 0 e
Standing of Teams
Played. Won. Lost
0 0 0 2 0-3
' Home rum
Ju.tir. nnnA th tth . vi..ku 8Hht Saertflco hits: Collins, Breen,
justice opened tno third with a double ah,, . innnni. johh. itniv
n nfui una uoyte aacruiceu. xnomaaon Hann. Douma play: uowiing to uoya.
waixed. Justice scored and Tomtnlo took ia," .n "iv'Vv. wt i"
second on Congalton'. .Ingle. Johnson', LVXiwV, 6j" yinatp. 1.
aafe clout through short, scored Baker. HlUt Off Jordan.
Jordan, 2; off
i in tour an
Thomason. Closman hammered the ball one-third Innings) off Knapp, none In
Rana Rasea at Will for
Coffey. M..., 4
IFtshtr, lb,,. s
IHagerman, p 3
tn th fifth c7nnsrftlAn nrutrymA hI(i
angle and took second on a. passed ball, ntoNVBR
ttoring on Johnson's single.
Wichita Score 8sta,
W Ah t irnt nMA In 1 1. . Jwll. ...V.
Muaii .alkad Z Lrj n,!. ST. JOSEPH. Wo., Aug. l.-Denverran
Hughes walked and registered on Burke', bases at will on Catcher Schang tn the
taree-bagger. ' third Inning and the thefts together with
Kane doubled for an opener In the thr,co n.lu won torJiiS visitors. Denver
Mvmnth nrt .Mnui trLL.. I 8,0,0 nlne basM., Coffey being cred ted
aeventh and acored when Koerner mlieed with fire. Umpire O'Toole became III
Hughes' throw of Jbhnson's grounden and was relieved by Rellly of' last year's
urubb saerincd "Hickory" to eeoondand JoP" clu
he romned trrno thm nt.t nn .in.ilr.1. I DBNYXwR.
tn Imtt I . .... .. AH
.7.7 uuuiin, so 4
With two out In the eighth Kane drew Cassldy, rf., 4
A walk and stole second. Johnson tent fl'1- 3
bin over with a triple and scored himself Kuton. If 4
on Orubh's double. .Schlpke elngled and Block, o 4
7rubb scored. The score:
. An. it ii. o. -a. a
Justice, SS 6 3 4 2 3'2
Coyle. If .,.... 2 1 0 0..0 0
Thomason, cf 4 1 0 2 0 0
Congalton, rf....... S 1 2 . 1 0 o
itanu, lXt. 3 3 1 15 0 1
Johnson, o. 12 3(10
Orubb. Sb.... 3 110 10
Schlpke. ib 4 0 12 9 0
Closman, p S 1 1 0 8 0
Totals r.7Sf 1
. . BT. JOBEPIL
AB. It ir. O.
Totals Si U 14 27 17
AO. P. H. O. A. a
Nicholson. If........ 4 0 1 1 0 1
Middleton. cf , 4 0 0 3 0 0
Hughes. 2b 2 1 0 3 6 1
Burke, lb ,, 4 0 113 0
Koeiner. lb 4 0 1 11 l l
Ellis, rf,.... 8 0 110 0
Caatle. o 4 0 0 3 0 1
Perry, P 3 0 0 0 4 0
Totals . "i 1 24 IS
Runs 2 0 3 1
Hits 3 0 3 3
Buns 0 0 0 0 0 1
Hits 0 10 0 11
Dawson, , rf 4 o 0 1
Keuy. ir olio
n iiiik. vi. .a...... v V J.
Oygll. lb 8 1 1 8
Bonang. o... l o O J
Watson 10 0 0
Griffith, o 3.1 1 7
Oohs, 2b ,. 3 0 0 1
Westersll. 3b 3 113
Melnke, ss 3 0 18
vtuiman, as l o 1 o
Bterxer. P 3 0 0 0
1 0 2. 3 -ll
0 0 01
0 1 0-4
Two-base hits: Justice (ll. Kane, Orubb,
Nicholson. Three-boso hits: Johnson.
uurun. itome run: uioiman, utoien
base: Kane (2), Coyle. Sacrifice hits.
Coyle (I). Kane. Orubb. Double nlarsi
Rchlpke to Justice to KaKnt. Struck out:
. . y- . . L. . . T". . ... .
balls: on Closman. i: Ulf I'erry. 6.
Passed ball: Castle. Left on bases:
Omaha. i: Wichita, 7. Time: 2:0. ' Um
BIOUX WlJf UPHILL yiGUT
Overcome Kiabt Ran Lead of Topeka
fought an uphill battle today and over,
came an eiaht-run lead of tha Kin.
vtrnthg by a final count of 11 to 10. The
etciainir scores were maae ty tne locals
In the last of the ninth on a single, triple
ana a uouum. jxhu aiaes mi irneiy.
F BIOUX CITT.
AB. R. IL O. A. E.
Cooney, 2b E 0 H 2 4 0
Clarke, if. .A 4 3001
Totals t3 4 8 rr 13
Batted for Schang In third.
Denver o 0 5 o o o o a o s
St. Joseph 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 04
Three-base hit: Eliton. Tnn.ima
hits: Kelly. Weaterill. Baurlflca hit:
Sulllln. Stolen bass: Chanusll. Butcher,
lock ). Coffey (6). Kelly (2). Gyiril
wuatu runo. fciivtr, a, Bl. Josepn. S.
Loft on bases: Denver 6: KL Jm.nh s
Htruck out: Bv titcrxer. 9: by Ilsiirnun.
. Bates on balln: Off 8trr. 6: off
llaaerman. 3. ' lilt hv nttrM-A tuii.
Dawson. Oygll and Westrrsll by Hager-
man, Wild pitoh; Btersr. Balk: Bter
xer. uouoie piay: uuiuin to Butch
Amerlcau Asaoclatlan Heanlts.
At Toledo- RJf.K.
tUUlM A1IUUI .................. X K
Toledo : i ii
Batteries: Bchardt and Livingstone
Collamor and Devoght v
At St Paul- R.H.H.
awta uijr , 4 I
Bt Paul , it t
Batteries: Morxan. Covlnirtnn. )in.v
and O'Connor, Alcxjrej Brandt. Walker
At Louisville Xtlf.li
uoiumous 1. , an
Louisville t a it
Batteries: Davis and Mumhv. Rmith
Powell, Lioudermllk and. Clemons. Twelve
At Minneapolis H H.I3
AiiiwauKee 3 ft
lllnn..nnll. . m
Mlllll.VM. ..... A , A
Batteries: filapnloka and Hughes; Corn
stock and Owe da
DsUntl. it., i
Pmt, ib..,, 4
Austin, ip,., S
Alcoriq4r, e S
LtTin, si... I
Mltcbll, p. t
0 0H.Mnhr. rf 1
1 scaler, St.... ft
I ftCalllas, 3b., t
1 Ollkr, Sb.S
1 SMclnnli, lb, S
1 lOMrtat, It., tr
o nitrr, M....S
S ORohsnc, e... S
.M flit I.V. n . A
ToUti U 8 SI 11 4 Bender, p... 8
Totali St 7 11 I
Batted for Bender In the seventh.
Bt Lou! , 0 0 0 0 0 4 IS
Philadelphia ., , 0 0 0 3 0. 0 0-3
(Called end of seventh, darkneas).
Two .base hlta: Ilalenil. Prntt. flrtinnr,
nnui At iiiiai un jum inn. 1 in nn.
Innlnff. nft .f I , nV. .11 m In .( I n h I .
tlhawkey, I In two Innings: off Bender, 5
In aevn Innings. Sacrifice hits: Dalentl.
Mitchell. Stolen bases: Shotton. Williams
, Brier, Collins. Left on bases: Bt
OU s. 4: Phlladelohla. 4. Baaea an balls!
Off Hamilton. 1: off Bender. 2. First
base on error: Philadelphia. 1. Hit by
pucnea ban: uy Bender (Brief). Btruok
out: uy Mitchell, 1; by neiider. 4. Time:
umpires: zsvans ana midebrand.
Tlarera Tranaee Senators.
WASHINQTON. Aur. I. Detroit batted
Groom hard In one lnnlns today and with
juaxe pucning air.tiKiil ban, tne result
was never in doubt Detroit winning
easily, 9 to 5. .Washington used, three
Pitchers In an effort to stop the visitors.
but only one of them. Harper, a recruit
met with any success. He allowed only
one hit In the four Innings that he was
on tho mound, struck out four and gave
one bases on balls.
Groom startod for Washington, but
waa forced to retire with one man out In
the third inning after Detroit had scored
four runs. Qallta then took up the pitch,
lug with two men on bases and Moriarty
scored both with a elncle. He lasted until
tne opening or tne sixth inning, when
uarpcr went in. acoro:
nuih, .... i o saicxiier. . I 4
l TOHrr, lb..,
1 0 Milan, ct...f
OOandll, lb... 4
e 0 Motrin, lb. 4
0 OhaIto, rt.... 4
S OMoDrU, is, 4
0 DIttnrr. ..., 1
1 1 Alnnnltb. e. S
s suroom. p.... J
Diuraao. Ib S I
Criwford. tt l 1 I
Cobb, t( I 1 S
IllCb, ct see
Vnch, If.... 1 S
Oilner, lb... II 1
Mrlirtr, Ul I i
Uk. p i t 0
ToUli.....t( 1X7U lllirptr. p... t
Lnporit ... 1
wiuIauu .. t
AMER. LKA.QU B.
Phlla. .i.i. .67 30 .691
Cleveland .61 38 .618
Wash. ,....68 42
Chicago ....61 61 .500
Boston 6Ad .481.
Detroit 42 69 .
St. Louis... 41 C3 ,J9I
New York.,31 62 .3:3
Kearney ...42 31 .575
Hastings 34 .u3
Goes to HcQraw's Assistance and
league Xeaders Win.
WHITE SOX HELD TO FIVE HITS
Only Two of TheuiBnnchedi Visitors
In Fine Form nehlnrt Tvrlrler nnd
Kpoll Dlnny A lilt by
Des Moines ...... .100
Bt Joseph ...i 101
Bloux CltD B0
New1 York..W5 29 .60S
Phlla 60 46 .621
Pittsburgh 48 46 .611
Brooklyn ..42 48 .467
Boston ....41 62 .441
Cincinnati .38 61 .384
St. LOU1R...S7 CO .331
W T. Tin I
Milwaukee US 43 .&m
L9UlHVlIn .61 4 .673
MlnneftDlls.60 47 .667
Bt Paul.,. !48 66 ,48l Columbus ..38 37 . 607 I mature. The visitors wero playing llko
Kan. City. .49 68 . 461 Fremont ..187 S9 .487 I flonds . behind Matty, and spoiled many
Toledo .....47 68 .4 Or. Island. ,32 .421 n hit bv aturtlltiir tilnva. Mnthmv.nn l.n
IndlonapUs.sl 65 .350 Beatrice ...zj n .(
CHICAGO, Aug. 1-Chrsty Mnthewson,
Idol of the New York fans, went to Man
ager MoGraws assistance today and the
leaders defeated Chicago, 6 to 2. Math
ewson held tho locals to five hits, only
two of which were bunched, In tho first
Inning, and he did not issue a base on
balls. Whenever Manager Evens' men
lhrefl.tn.npll tn apnrn thn Vftn Vrtflra
Yo?krl'..!.".S re !K7 would snten up and. the runs would not
Lincoln. 3: Des Moines, 10.
Wichita, l: Omaha, 11.
Topeka, 10: Sioux cny.lL
Denver, 6; St Joseph, 4.
Boston, 3; Bt Louis, 0.
Brooklyn, 2; Pittsburgh,
New York. 6 Chicago, 2.
Philadelphia, 6; Cincinnati, 1.
Detroit 9j Washington. 8.
Cleveland, 6; Boston, 2.
, Bt Louis, 6; Philadelphia; 3.
Kansas City. 4: St Paul, it
Milwaukee, 2; Minneapolis, t
Columbus. 3; Louisville, 4.
Indianapolis,' 3; Toledo, 4.
NEBRASKA STATE LEAGUE.
No games scheduled.
Western- LeagueDenver at Bloux City:
Lincoln at Omaha: Wichita at Des
Moines; St. Joseph at Topeka, , 4,
Natlorfal Lsague Boston' at St. Louis;
Brooklyn at Pittsburgh,-New York at
cnicago, j'niioaeipnia at uinoinnau.
American League Detroit at Washing
ton, Cleveland at Boston. Chicago at New
York, St Louis at Philadelphia.
American Association Kansas city at
Bt. Paul, Milwaukee at Minneapolis Co
lumbus at Louisville, Indianapolis at To-ledo.
Nebraska State League Grand Island
at Superior. Columbus at York. Kearney
at Hastings, Fremont at Beatrice. '
Totali It 7 IT S
Batted for Gallia In the fifth.
Batted for Harper in the ninth.
Two-base hits: Bauman. llorran
Three-base hit: Lako. Hlta: Off Groom.
8 In two and one-third Innlnaa: off Gallia:
i in two an atwo-tniras innings: orr Har
per. 1 In four innlnxs. Sacrifice hit:
Crawford. Stolen bases: Veuch, Moeller,
Milan (2). Double plays: Foster to Oan.
-till. Morgan tu MeUrlde, Left on bases:
Detroit 3; Washington, 6. Bases on balls:
Oft Lake. 1; off Groom, 3; off Harper.
1. First basa on errors: Waahlntgon, 3.
Btruok out: By Lake. 3; by Groom. C;
by Harper, 4. Time: 2J0: Umpires:
Connolly and Ferguson.
Napa Defeat Boston,
Totals., ...St I 27 U SMoultr, p.. t 0 0 6
snail 1 1 t 0 0
Batted for Leonard In the third.
Two-base hit: Hooper. Hits: Off Leon
ard, 4 in three innings: off Moseley, 6
In six lnlngs. Sacrifice fly: Turner. Sao
rtftco hits: Olson, Cultop. Stolen bases:
Turner, Craney. Double play: Turner to
Lajole to Olson. Left on bases: Cleve
land, S; Boston, 6. Bases on balls: Oft
Cullop, 3: off Leonard, 4: oft Moseley. 3.
First base on errors: (Cleveland. l Uos-
ton. 2. Htrucic out: uv uuuon. s: zy
Moseley. 6. Time: 2:14. umipers
O'Loughltn and Sheridan.
Rourkes Will Take
. On the Antelopes
Here on Saturday
Hughla Jones' Antelopes from Lincoln
will come, to, Omaha today and open
a three-game series with the Rourkes In
the afternoon. To date Omaha has won
all but three of twelve games played wltn
the Llnooln team and Pa Rourke Is hop
ing to bolster VP his standing in the per
centage column at the expense of the
Antelopes. Following is the lineup:
Omaha. Position. Lincoln.
Kane First base Barbour
Bchlpke Second base Lloyd
Grubb Third base Peuloakl
Justice.,., ..Shortstop ., Dowltng
Coyle Left field McCormlck
Thomason., Center field Cole
Coiicnlton......Hlfiht field Collins
Johnson ..Catcher Baker
Hicks , Pitcher Knapp
PITCHER PETERS IS
.SOLD TO SPOKANE TEAM
"Rube" retera, for whom Pa Rourke
squandered 81,600 to the Comlskey White
Sox, has been sold for 11,00) to tho
Spokane club of the Northwestern league.
Petera joined the Omaha club shortly
nfter tho opening of the season, but has
foiled to deliver anything but wild pitches
and a horde of base on balls.
At one time Peters was looked upon to
bo a world beater and while playing In
the American association attracted much
attention among the major league scouts.
a hit by startling plays. Mathewson also
fielded his position to a queen's tasto In
tho pinches. Chicago tied New York
when Shafer fumbled Baler's groUnder
and Mathewson's wild pitch put Baler
on third. Miller got a scratch single and
Baler singled. Fletcher'n ateal of second
base, .following his single, virtually gave
McQraw'a men the game. After he had
pilfered the base Merkle tripled and
Fletcher scored. Tho visitors added two
more runs ,ln the ninth, when they
bunched hits behind Brldwell's error.
Humphries retired In favor of Moore after
Fletoher scored New York's third run.
New york. cincAoo.
Durns, If.... 5 0 4 0 OLtacti, cf... 4 0 S 0 0
Bhiftr. -lb. 4 0 0 4 lBven. 2b.... 4 11(0
FIttchir, si 8 4 4 t Sflchuttf. tt.. 1 1 0 0
llmoc, n.. 6 0 13 OZlmrmin, Sb 4 t 0 0
UerkU, lb.. 4 J It J O.aUr, lb.., .4 0 17 0 0
Murray, rf.. ISO OMIIlir. II..., l I o u
Mtjrm, o... 4 S 1,0 OErldwall, w. ( 1 1 8 1
Hnodcrts. c(S 0 1 ft OBrein'bin. 8 0 3 0
DUatheaotw p S 0 1 8 1 Humprlis, pi ft 0 1 0
oooa ......1 q u w
,ToUli".....S (till SMoar. P.t.. 0 0 S 0
' Totals.. ,..". 171
Batted for Humphries In the eighth.
New York 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1' 3-6
Chicago .1 0000010 0-2
Two-bose hits: Schulte. Fletcher.
Three-base hit: Merkle. Hits: Off Hum
phries, 7 In eight Innings; off Moore, 2
in one Inning. Sacrifice fly: Mathewson.
Stolen bases: Murray, Fletcher (Z). WU
on bases: . New York, 8; Chicago, 5.
Bases on balls: orr Humphries, z; on
Moore, 1. Struck out: By Humphries, 2.
Wild pitches: Humphries, Mathewson.
Time: 1:60. Umpires: Rlgler and J3yron.
Pirates Win In Tenth.
PITTSBURGH. Aug. 1 Jack Miller's
double. Wilson's sacrifice and Simons'
slnglo gave Pittsburgh the winning run
over the Dodgers In the tenth Inning to
day. Miller's single and Wilson's home
run gave the Pirates their other twb runs
In the fourth. Both Allen and Adams
pitched well, although Adams was hit
rather hard In the early lnnlnas. From
the third Inning to the finish the world's
series hero of 1S0O was Invincible. Wheat's
double and Daubertn' slnglo gave Brook
lyn a run In the second and Allen's three.
bagger and Cutshaw's sacrifice fly gave
mem anomer in tne tntra, Bcore:
Morn. rf...t 10 0 onrrn. lb... 4 o s a
Cutihiir, tbJ Q 1 I OCtartr. If.... 4 10 0 0
Btins!, ct. I 0 1 0 OKomratn, ct 8 0 2 0 0
WbMt. It.... 4 ISO 0'Dutlcr .....1 i c M
Diubert. lb. 4 S 204 a OMenior. cf.. 0 a l a n
flalth. I6...1 0 3 1 IWitnir, cf.. 0 o l o 0
Flibir, ii... 4 0 J i 1 Winer, is.. 4 0 4 4 0
O. Miller. Ill I I O J. Miller ihl i in a
Allen, p 4 t o 1 0 Wilton, rf... S l S l l
VIoi, jb 4 OllO
Total II T'lt 11 lOlhion, c... 1 l t o o
Wood 0 0 0 0 0
, Blmon, ,,,, 1110 0
Adaim, p.. ,, J 0 0 3 0
Totali. ....32 10 151
One out when winning run scored.
Batted for Kommers tn the eighth.
, 'Ran for Gibson In the eighth.
Brooklyn 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 02
Pittsburgh 000200000 13
Two-base hits: J, Miller, Moron, Wheat,
Daubert Three-base hit: Allen. Home
run: Wilson. Stolen bases: Carey, Dau
bert, Bmlth. Sacrlflo fly: Cutshaw. Sac
rifice lilt: Wilson. Lett on bases: Pitts
burgh, 2; Brooklyn, 6. Bases on balls:
Off Allen, 2; off Adams, 2. Struck out:
Uy Allen. 6; by Adams, 4. Passed bail:
O. Miller. Double plays: Cutshaw to
Daubert to Fisher, Wilson to Wagner to
Byrne, Time: 1:60. Umpires: Klem and
nerla Lose GitnTe.
CINCINNATI, O., Aug. l.-Clnclnnatl
played welrodly In tho eorly Innings of
today's game and Philadelphia won
easily, 5 to 1. Alexander was master of
the situation at all times while the poor
work of the locals placed Johnson In the
hole frequently. Egan was the worst of
fender, making errorts on every chance
that ho had. Kllng played poor ball
from ai fielding standpoint Packard re
lieved Johnson In the seventh to allow
Bates to bat for him after Cincinnati had
a man on base. Paskert Lobert Lu
derus and Devoro led In the batting.
. AII.H.O.A.E. AB.II.O.A.B.
gaskert, Cf.. S 13 0 OBeacber, If.. 4 110 0
jwmoe, .d. .1113 ODcTOre, cf.. I 2 I
Lobert. lb 2 11 ooroh, lb 4 0 1
Deckir, If... 4 110 0 HobllUil, lb 4 1 II
Cravath, tf. t 10 0 i Bgan. lb.... 1 1 0
Luderua, lb. 4 1 14 1 0 Sbickird, rf 1 1
Doplan. ss... 4 1110 Brghimr, 4 0 4
Hllllfer, e... 4 1 0 0 Kllng, 4 1
Alexander, p4 0 0 8 OJohnion, p., 1 0 0
Packard. P., 0 0 0
ToU 17 11 27 11 dSm 1 0
Totali 33 7 IT li
Batted for Johnson In the seventh.
Philadelphia 00031001 06
Cincinnati 000.10000 01
Two-base hit: Lobert Tliree.base hltst
Knabu, Egan. Hits: Off Johnson, 8 in
seven innings; off Packard, 3 In two in
nings. Saorlllce hits; Paskert Becker,
Doolan, Egan. Sacrifice fly: Paskert
Stolen bases: Cravath, Lobert, Devore,
Sheckard (2). Double play: Groh to
Berghammer to HobUtzell. Left on bases:
Philadelphia, 11; Cincinnati, 7, Bases on
balls: Off Johnson. 2; off Alexander. 1.
Struck out: By Alexander, 6; by John
son, 1; hy, Packard, 2. Passed ball: Kllng.
rime: i:6o. Umpires: Brennan and
Braves Blank Cardinals.
ST. LOUIS, Aug. l.-Otto Hess pitched
one of his beat games here this after
noon, holding the ivome team to two hits,
singles by Oakes and Cathers in the
fourth and as a result Boston took the
third game of the. series from St Louis
by 8 to ft
Willie Doak. who pitched a gbod game
against New York this week, worked for
the home team toduy and waa hit hard
whle his support win, weird, his team
mates making three errors of commission
and. numeroJa of tile otsslon sort Hess
hit a ivjmfi il'n over the right field seats
with a man on bas, Score:
sr. touts. 'boston.
whltted. m. 0 1 OMaranTll, HI 10 H
.4110 Oljort, M 4
0 jroRiiir, 1(1
1 0 SwMntr, lb, 4
0 OHi-en, ib... 4
3 1 !nn. cf.... B
0 OWblllDK, cf. 4
4 0 Hew, p 4
Totals II 11 rr in t
Totals 30 2 27 1S t
Boston 00043010 08
St Louis 00000000 00
Two-base hltsl Whaling, Myers. Home
run. Hess. Sacrifice hit: Myers. Stolen
bases: Lord, Connolly (2), Sweeney,
Cather. Doubli play: Whltted to
Konetchy. Left on bases: St Louis. 6;
Boston, 8. Bases on balls: Off Doak, 6;
off. Hess, 2. Struck out: By Doak, 7;
by Hess, 6, Passed ball: McLean. Time:
3:15. Umpires; O'Day and Emslle.
LOGAN WILL HAVE A
BASE BALL TOURNAMENT
l6gaN, la., Aug. L (Special.) A base
ball tournament will be held here Au
gust 6, C and 7, at which time 3300 will
be awarded as pities for the winners.
Logan and Mondamln will play on the
morning of Tuesday, August 6, and Wood
bine and Persia will play In the after
noon. Wednesday morning Little Sioux
and Missouri Valley will play and In the
afternoon tho winners of the first day,
Thursday morning's game will be 'be
tween losing and winning teams of
Wednesday and In the afternoon the
championship game will be played. The
morning games will begin at 10:80 and
the afternoon games at 3.
There Is to be a balloon ascension
after the ball game of Wednesday after
noon and a grand ball at the opera
hpuse on the evenings of Wednesday
Chance Denies that
He Will Resign as
Leader of Yankees
0ljrr. Ib. 4 O 1
rather, rf... 4 10
K'netehr, lb S 0 10
Mire. It... 10 0
(McLean, ,. 1 0 4
Illldbrand, o 1 0 4
Mowrer, lb. SOS
Doak, p S 0 1
NEW YORK, Aug. 1, Manager Chance
of the New York Americans dented em
phatically today the report from Los An
geles that he would resign as leader of
the Yankees at tho close of the present
season. He stated he was perfectly sat
isfied with the present outlook for the
team and the conditions under which ho
"I have not the slightest intention of
resigning as manager of the New York
club," said Ohance. "Instead I am work
ing and planning to put a real pennant
contender Into the American league, next
season. It Is slow! work, to be sure,
for I have to go Into the bushes for new
material and then develop It M the big
league. Unless circumstances-over wh(ch
I have no control arise, I know of noth
ing of the sort at present; I shall con
tinue with the New York club until I
close my active base ball career.
"I have no apologies to offer for the
showing of the club to date. 1 realised
from the start It would have to be en
tirely rebuilt In order to provo a winner,
and this task, which cannot be accom
plished In a week, Is the one which Is en
gaging my entire attention at this time.
I expect by trade, purchase and draft to
gather players who will strengthen weak
points on tho team and when I get tha
combination together we will have a team
to be feared."
Quinlan Decides He
Won't Manage Jobbers
ST. JOSEPH, Mo., Aug. 1. Shortstop
Larry Qunlnlan, late manager of tho
Erie (Pa.), Interstate league champions,
who came to St Joseph -when the local
Western league team acquired si. Erie
players, has ideclded to. reject" the man
agership of the "Wichita Western "league
team as playing manager, successor to
Charlie Babb. Manager Holland 'has In
timated that he will retire from duty on
the players' bench after this season and
put Quinlan in his place.
Manager Holland today fanned out to
the Superior club of the Nebraska 8tat
league "Babe," Clemmens, a promising;
twlrler of the City league In Kansas City,
who nasi been wearing a St. Joseph unl
form this week. Holland has recalled
Cecil Thomas, a pitcher with tho Clarks
dale (Miss.), club, and sent him to the
Beatrice team of the Nebraska State
league, to havo him more closely under
x Union Aaaoolatton Ilranlts.
Salt Lake City, 4; Great Falls, 2.
Ogden, 2;. Helena, 1.
Wither Wins Handily.
1WILBER, Neb., Aug. 1. (Bpeclal.)
Wllber defeated Wymore this morning
here by a score of 10 to 2 in a fast game,
which up till the seventh looked like a
shutout for Wymore. This is the first of
the carnival games. Score: R.H.E.
Wymore .... 00000010 1227
Wllber ...... 10330030 -10 U B
Batteries; Wymore, Chandler, Bnyder
and Antrum: Wllber, Bhlmonek and Storr
kan. Btruck out: By Chandler, 7; by
Snyder, 1: by Bhlmonek, S. Bases on
balls: Off Chandler, 8;off Snyder, y, Off
Bhlmonek, 3. Three-base hit: Shlmerdo.
Umpire: Miss Beulah Rader of Falrbury.
Msnlion Illnnks Humphrey.
MADISON, Neb.. Aug. 1. (Special.)
Madison defeated Humphrey on the local
diamond yesterday by a score of 13 to 0.
The visitors played tight ball the first
four Innings, there being no. runs until
the fifth, when Madison scored three. The
feature was the double play, Drake to
Madison ....0 0 0 0 3 1 4 5 -13 13.e
Humphrey .. 000000 0. 00 036
Batteries: Madison, Odell and Picker
lng; Humphrey, Zavadlll and Butler.
HaiTltnna Win Twice.
AUSTIN. Minn., Aug. l.-(Speclal Tel
egram.) Green's Hawallans ' defeated
Preston yesterday, 9 to 3, and Austin to
day, 9 to 6,
fin.l.Vj.v nnV n iliAnra nn him
ine'n5ibetrsNof "thf Boston Toge hlm u,h "d then sold him ouf
who attended today's game as .tho guests
of President MeAleer of the local team,
saw Cleveland defeat Boston, I to t It
was known as "Elks' day" at the ball
park, and the guests brought a band with
them. The visitors batted Leonard hard
und in the third Inning he waa taken out.
Errors uy uaraner ana Manager cam.
gan were responsible Indirectly for three
of the visitors' runs. '
Cullop allowed but three local players
to reach first base after the third ln
nlng. ' Score:
Ltlbald, cf . 4 1 3 0 OJaarria, n. S 0 4 I t
Shipnin. ai 4 2 1 4 tt Hooper, rf . . 4 1 1 0 0
tun. lb.... S 6 t laaktr. ct.. 4 3 10 0
JackaoB, rf.. 4 12 0 OLavti, It.... 4 0 1 S
Laloli, lb. . . 4 1 ( 1 0Ow4r. lb. S 0 S 1 1
Tuner. lb..l 111 IXnile, lb... 4 Olio
Oraaar, II... a t i s oietaui, o l 1
O'Kitl, a.... 4 3 4 3 Carrli8.. c. 1 0 3 1
CMIIcp, p. . 1 0 1 1 C4r. e. ...0 0 4 1
Leonard, p.. 0 4 0 S
right to Rourke.
KEARNEY STATE LEAGUERS
TRIMMED BY NORTH PLATTE
NORTH PLATTE, Aug. l.-Speclal
Telegram.) Before a crowd of 1.600 fans,
the Noith Platte base ball team, recently
secured from Humboldt, defeated the
Kearney State league team by a score of
6 to 3. The home team played errorless
call behind the classy pitching of Mo
Clure and outplayed the leaguers In
every department The score: R.H.E.
North Platte..l 2011000-S90
Kearney 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0-3 7 3
Batteries: North Platte. McClure and
o I Danzc: Keurney. Trimble. Plyinpton and
tjErlekson. Umpire: Keefe. j
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