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CLOSMAN WINS ARGUMENT
Yesterday's Game Goes to Bourkes
by a Margin of One Bun.
VXCTOEY CAME IN THE NINTH
floor Up Until' Then Wai Tie,
When Henneser Scored on Jns
TTT tlee'a Sinnle to III ah t Field
at End of Game.
When' Kansas' cornes to Omaha to play
bill thtrc'a always something doing.
It there waa a ninth placo In the
Western league race, one or tne pHher of
th . K&niULn teams would ha filling It.
' Wheti either Of" them meets up with one
another, or with any of the other teams
In the league, aavo Omaha, the contest
Is afcout as exclUng.ea-.u'vtay psilyrUt
an .Old. LadieaVtiom. TJut just ai aoon
as "-Cfoaha heaves 'in 'sight, then it's die.
feretit again. Thoaa Kansas halt players
brittle up .lke real warriors, sharpen'
their eplkes, and go Into the fray as if
they existed solely for the purpose of
beating Omaha. And they do It with tt
markable frequency,, too, Froht tlio time
, the first ball.le pitched till, the last man
la out, they fight like dentona inspired,
and If Omaha ever' gets anything fiom
them. It la taken, not given. And that's
vrhy we Always. like to:eee, & Xansoa team'
come to olourke, parlcilt means nino in
litnga at least of lively ball playing.
Clossnian Ontpltohcs nrovrn.
"Left" Cloaman got the better of n,
11-1 . . .kjJJ.LI A. f
pucneru argunieni ycsieraay austnuoii
with; Paul ."Brown.Whe former Bloux City
twlrler, and won tho oponlng gape of
the aeries from the Topeka Kawa. by
a 1 to 1 score. ' It 'Was Omaha's' fifth'
Paul Brown, while with the Indiana,1
was & Jinx to the. Omaha -club and-wnen
It .was announced " that, he .would ,huri
' for 'the XawiVtha'fana felt gloomy,' but
after Cloaman got by the first two In
attiga an it settled down things looked
brighter ana whta the Rqurkaa .tied the,
ce run leae", held, by the kawa, In the
tikir frame, tvarythtng took on a roay
Waa a Fltefcent Battle.
Wlt K ta said that yesterday's game
was, a, tHekar'B. battle thera ;la no f lctton
to it. 0a-Maa nine hits' oft Paulino
and the Kawa secured eight oft Cloa-
roan's delivery. Cloaman struck, out six.
men aa qui jsrown. -ina urpina twiner
passed two men and the Kaw hurler one.
Sach bit a man with a boll. Both got
out of bad holes by auperlor.'hurilng.
Get Ont of Bad Holes..
In the fourth liming, Omaha had a man
an second base with none out, when
Brown began to get busy. Nqruna w? jre
cored In that Inning. In the atxtli a
man waa on aecond and one out with
two good batters' up, but the man never
scored. ... f-
.- The Kawa trio avman on third and
one on second in me seveniu inning.
Cloaman struck the next man out and
caused the following batter to pop out
Three men were 6nbaae In-the" eighth
Inning .with. -but tnp "out and Closman
got out at the hole without letting a
In the eighth (nnlng, Congalton singled
to center, but In trying to 'strtfeh It
Into,' a double, Dear ; threw him out at
aecond. fn the same ihnlng, after Kane
had lifted one oyer the fence In aolng
the fould line, he picked another,, and
shot it to the rlsM' field Unit. Tor
eytbe, however, got jia rr.lt in the way
and apcared tb all with one hand oft
Ileaneaser Gives pood Account,
Hennessey, tho new eteonii.aacker, who
plnyid hU' first gameiwlth Omaha yes
terdiy, gave a good account of ht.itself.
In the field he handled the ball weltl
and showed speed on the bases, steal
ing the only batf-bf'tthb game, ' At' bat
ba did., not Jock,
the ear mark's of a
good, but he has
hitter and all he
needs- la a tittle instruction along this
lln in mtr Mm - vli.n1 ....I .
r . -
The ICaws got their only tally In the
first Inning. With" one" fown".6mUh
doubled and scored on FbrsYflie'a alnale.
. .psiaha ,g$ jiti llir (be third. Justice
walked and went to aecond on Coylo s
out. Thomason singled overaeccnQ. scor
Hennessey 'opened the ninth' by walk
lag. . Ha .atoto aecond. and with two out
Standing of Teams
Yesterday's Ji r suits.
Denver, 1; Des Molncs, 0.
wwniis, iii uioux uty, 10. .
Lincoln, 10; Bt Joseph, 6.
Topeka, 1 Omaha, 2.
Boston, 1; Cincinnati, 6.
Brooklyn, Si Chicago, 13.
Philadelphia, 1! Bt. Louis, , a
New. York. 1; Pittsburgh, 5.
Chicago. 4; Washington, 2.
Bt. Louis, 0-4; Boston, 3-1.
ColUmbUs. 1 Tolodo, .
Indlnnapolls, 4; Louisville, 7.
NEBBABICA STATE LEAGUE,
Grand Island, t; Hastings. S.
Columbus, Ml Beutrtce-k
Kearney, lif Huberlur-.-S: ' -
i uiuu wujr, uncoin ai Bt,
Joseph, Topekfr'ui Otnthu. "
National LeagueBoston at Cincinnati.
Louis, Niw York at 'Ifo-ioili
ttr ol ? "gue-J-nicago at hashing
lhn.,i5.l;.,uua.t poton.;cicVeland at
rAim,er,c?.. Aoclatlon-Bt. Paul at
Toledo. Mlnnnannlli, a, i.-v.ti.
&rntuiU il .vllT?. Mliwauk'nt
M.i.o.i.. q,-,. . . ... .1
SU x-in.Hilllirsl. t ?nillrnlttlb mi s- an.t.l.
v v,viuiiiuu v euairice,
r. . r ."C.vr.M -f n iuiu
scored on Justice's clean single In right
field. Score: , . : .
, . k . OMAILV.
Coyle, 'if. ..;..... a-
Thomason, cf. 4
Conitalton. rf. t
Kane, lb ,,. 3
Johnson, c. , 4
Hennessey, 2b 2
Cirubb, lb. .......... 4
Closman, p 4
t .1 , t
TOUU , ....33 :
6 27 Ai
' An. it
Cocliran. Sb. 4 o
Smith. If. :.J3 . 1
uear, cr. 4
BapP3,.ltW m... 2
Crist, c. 4
French, ss. 4
Brown, p. ........... 3.
Totals. .'.'.;.. .....32 X 8 'J4 13 1
Two out when winning run wiu scored
r . v. . .... -
Kuna 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1-2
lilts 1 0 8 10 111 la
nuna ,......ioo ooooo n
im 9 n n n n ,
Two-baas hits: Bmlth.vns.Dns. atoln
base: Hennessey. Sacrifice hits! lien.
nBMv. Kane. KtrtlPlt nut! Tlv IMnlmnn I
; br Brown. 6. Bases on balls: Off
CJoaman. 2; off Brown, 1. Hit by Pitched
" ,.ir., , v.uit
ciiutli, iii uu uu,. wiitnua, i, au-
peka, 8. Time: 1:43. Umpire) Coilltlower.
I1RNVH 11 WINS TUB OPENEIl
nogt(e-4 Given Poor Support
Boosters and Loses,
DES MOINK8, la.. Aug. (.Denver won
the opening game of the aeriea here In
a great pi tchera duej .by - a score, of i
to 0. Wolfgang waa given wonderful
support by his Teammates, while Itoggo'a
cK,B.WM.rW4.m th? py P't of
ina uiLiiiB. a wiin inrnw in inn n bid nv
Hellly gave the visitors the only run of
me game, ucore:
AB. It- ' If.
1 latin.- rr. 4
Brsen. If 4
Hunter, cf. 4
Leonard. Sb, ........ 3
Jones, lb 3
iieiliy, ss a
Andreas, tb 2
noiciie, p. i
6 27 17
. ab, it. ai.'
Qulllln. 3b 4 0
Cassldy. rf. 3 0
Channel!, cf. 4 1
Mutcner, id u
Elston, if. 0
Block, c. 4 0
Coffey, as. .......... 3 0
tosher, lb 4 0
Wlirgang, p v
5 J J J j
0 0 0 0 0
X 0 0 0 O
J CnHflon hit. riulllV! DOUbla tllSV
-"-,"31;r,; - u..:; n hii. ' uff
I MJ I t7Cli V WIIIJ vwwvss w
rr U'nlfir.nir. 1. Struck out:
inrirA tv Wolfaanx.. 4. Left Oil
hjases: Des Moines. '3 : Denver, 7. Time;
Xi40v Umpire: Anacrson.
LINCOLN WINS LOOSE GAMES
lla,rd-llltllnr Antelopes Take Ad
ST. JOSEPH. Aug. B.-Llncoln won a
Irmanl's nlavcd. hard hlttlnr contest by
taking advantage of the locals' mlaplaya.'! Lareo
THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 6, 1913.
The feature was the batting of Cole.
Uoyd, :b 4
Collins, ss ,. 3
Donovan, rf 6
Mccormick, If 4
Cole, cf 5
narDour, id &
Baker, c 8
Peploskl, 3b 4
Jordan, p 3
itnapp, p l
, 27 10
AB. IU ,H.
Dawson, rf 2
Kelly, If... G 1
Zwllllng. cf 3 '0
Westers!), 3b 3 0
Gygll, lb , 4 0
Ochs. 2b 4 0
Griffith, c 2 0 :
watson X 0
Boning, o... 0 ' 1
Melnke, ss 3 0
Qulnlan, aa 2 0
Bteraer, p ,. 6 1
Totala .isl-""'- S "to
f Batted, for Griffith In alxth Inning.
Lincoln 1 0 3'0't 0 0 2 310
Bt Joseph. i.. ...i.O 0 20001205
Two-baso hits: Lloyd, Cole (3), Baker,
Barbour, Dawaon. Sacrlflco hit: Lloyd.
Stolen baaes: Lloyd, MoCurmlok. 2wll
ling. Earned runs; Lincoln, 3; St. Jo
'leph, 5. 'Left on bases; Lincoln. S; St.
Joseph, 1. Struck out: By Bteraer, E;
by Jordan, 1. Baaes on balls: Oft Bter
aer. 4: orr Jordan, : off Knapp, l. Hit
by pitched ball! Westeftll, by Jordan,
if . f". "t seven ana iwo-
thlrda. Innings: oft! Knapp. l In one and
I onc-iniro wniri
HMa-lkt.,1 '1h .
iw uaroour. xime; umpire: Abbott,
JOnniBIlS "WIN SLUGGING MATCH
Defeat' Sloax City AMe Seventeen
Hits Are Counted.
. 8i.u , c.ITi. Aug. 5-WIchla de-
0 icuica oiuuK viy in a aiugging match
0 today by a final acoro of 11 to 10. The
0 imru inn nit ui oom ciuoa leatured. Tnir
0 ty-flve hits in all were counted. 8coro:
0 6IOUX CITY.
0 AB. It. It. O. A. E.
0 poney, 2b s 3 2 3 2 0
0 Clarke, If 6 3 3 0 0 0
Bmnn, aa..., 3 1-3 3 2 0
caiiaiuui, 3b, ....... s 0 " 0 2 2 1
Davidson. - cf ...4 1 1 fi 1 n
Burns, lb 6 0 0 It 1 0
Millar, rf............. 5 : s 0 0 1
Vann. c s 0 3 6 1 1
Young, p 3 2 2 0 3,0
Jjoyia. p... 0 0 0 0 10
White 1 n n n n n
Itapp X 0 0 0 0 0
10 18 27 13 3
j. Jtapp, ss..,, 6
Nicholson, If 4
Mlddloton; cf...,,... s
Koemer, lb 4
sf""i " o
I Wacob. a.. B
I Pefry, p...i., 2; . 0
iit v i i
Totals 41 n
17 27 10
Batted for Young In .seventh.
I iiuncu mr uoit in ninin.
i Wichita ..... S ft A A
Bloux aty!!.!!.!',4 0 0 3 3 0 0
Left on bases: Sioux mi v. a; Wlrhlin
10. First bass on errnr Wlrhltn 1 Rap-
rlflco Wt: Koemer. Two-base hits: Burke,
iwuuucjr i;, umm yi). inree-oase nits;
Smith. Davidson. Homa run; Mlllnr
Stolen bases: Clarke, Callahan. Hits; Off
a-eiry, u ib tour innings; on xoung, is
In seven Innings; off Bills, 7 In five In.
nlngs; off Doyle, X In two Innlnge. Double
play; lUpp to Hughes to Kotrnert Struck
out: By Perry. 1;V Young, 8; by Doyle,
l; by Bills. 3. Bases on balla: Off Perry
2; oft Young, 4; off Doyle. 1: off Bills. L
n... v. . i . - . M .. i. . a . i t 1 1 i . ' .
Passed balls: Wucob,. 2, Wild pitch:
Perry. Hit by Ditched ball: Smith. Tlmn-
3:30. Umpire; S grist.
frank Gotch Tries
the Shooting Game
Frank Goteh, champion heavyweight
wrestler of the world, la In Omalrv at
tending the western handicap ahoot
which la being held at the Omaha Gun
club grounda just east- of the, Duuglaa
street bridge. ' Gotch is accompanied by
Gotch has not been at the trap ?ama
long enourh to predict his wlnnlns the
championship, but at that la aomewpat
of a marksman. He broke. Into tho game
Jf thla apring and haa been following It up
at every opportunity.
OhloiTta Defeats Mlllliinn.
OHIOWA. Neb.. Aur. K (Snvelnl 1
The Ohtowa High school team defeated
the MUllgan Hlah school team on tho
noma grounoa. 10 to 9. A feature was
triple clay by Ohlowa. In the fourth
inning, with the bases full. Houkup nt
Aiiliiagan Knocked a popup to crane,
first baseman, who touched first -and
threw to third, making the third putout.
(Ohlowa ....3 4 0 2 0 0 1 0 fl0 11
Mlllilgan ...3 4 3 0 0 0 0 0 0-8 10
Batteries: Ohlowa, Bleckman, Dom
eler and Domelcr; MUllgan, Selement and
SUPERIOR BEATEN BY KAPS
Entire Pitching Staff, with Manager,
KEARNEY PLAYS STEADY GAME
PntrlelC Stays In' for Knpltallsts
Until nighth, When Lots la
ent In to Ilelleve
. . Him.
SUPERIOB, Neb., Aug. 5. (Sptclal Tel
egram.) Superior tried out their pitchers
and Manager Bockewltz in the eighth and
ninth Innings today and yet the Knpl
talists counted iix men across home plate.
it was a "well played gamo until the
sixth when the balloon went up. Buperlor
tied thd score In the' sixth, but failed
to riiako. It stay. Vance was replaced
l5y' Mlllert"Wltham relieved Klllerf and
Booknwla 'finished '-'tho gamo. Lota ,re-
1 1 ..... if- r I . . r. .
KEA.nNEV. t . . . BUPEHIon.
MrKn'M. if 1 0 OMtlnert. cf.. 4 110 0
urntk, 3b... J 0 0 2 SMnd, . . 5 1 S
Acock. Ib. . . 5 1 S i 0 On r. tb 4 1 2
Harriott, lb. 4 ill o Landreth, rll ! 1
Schiurtn, r(4 1 0 OTtwIsiInc, III 1 I
Orsr, 0..-...4 7 i onoVwIlh. lbp S 2 10
Woodraff, 4 1,10 0Obt, Sb 4 1 0
Erlckson, rt 1 2 0 0 scbtl'd
I'itrlck. p... 4 2 0 1 OVtnce.
Vtnoe. b.... 3 11
2 1 0 0 0 Miller, p.... 1 0 0
Wltbam, p.. 0 0 0
42 II 21 11 3 Diamond, lb 0 0 1
Totals It 11 27 li I
Kearney I 0 0 0 0 0 4. 2 6-13
Superior 0 0 0 0 0 3 2 0 06
Threo-baso hit: Herrlott. Two-base
hits; Acock. Woodruff, Bcheuren, Land
reth. Struck out; By Patrick. 6; by
Lota, 2: by Vance, 1: by Miller. 1; by
Bockewltz, 1. Bases on balls: Off Patrick,
off Lot. 1; off Vnnco, 6; off Wltham,
Stolen bflRPS: MnlCnlirht. RnhaltrAn.
Manda. Thelsslnc. Beheld. Landrcth (2).
Sacrifice hits: Woodruff, W. Gray. Obst.
Hit by pitched ball; By Vance, Bynek.
Wild Ditch: Wltham. Doublo nlnV:
Gray to Mandavto Bockewlt. Time; 2:35.
Beatrice Wins Sirntfest.
BEATRICE. Neb.. Aue. B. fSneelal
Telegram.) Beatrlco Indulged In a swat
fest in the opening game with Columbus
toaay, winning by the score of 16 to
11. Three Columbus pitchers were used
during the game, tho Beatrlco players
securing nineteen mis. in ino last nan
o fthe second Inning the score stood, 7
to 0, In favor of Columbus, but the locals
soon found the opposing pitcher. Harney.
and drove him from the box. The
swatting continued to the end of the
game. McDonnell, for Beatrice, was
driven from the box in the aeoond and
waa replaced by Haley. One of the fea
tures waa a homo run by Bamsey of
All. ll.O. AC. AU.H.Q.A.E.
Rondeau, lb S 0 1 I 3 Tuscan, ss. .12 0 16
l'MDltf. 2b. i 1 2 2
muicnun. mi i t i
0 Line. It 3 1 1 0
ODIsck. rt... 114 0
OCM, lb. 14 3 0
Olllcklln, t.. 4 Z 2 0
0 Urnnoa, 2b. 4 1 0 2
Orottet, c... I2S0
OMcDoo'elt, pO 0 0 1
eilslif, p.... 13 12
Smith, cf... I 2 2 1
eras. It a i w
Ilamaar. rt. I 2 2 0
Doat, lb I 0 7 0
Adamt. II... 2 0 2 1
Kranlaa.r, c . 0 1
llamej. d... 1 0 .9- 0
Btons. p 1 0 ' 0 0
Thelmao, p. 1 0 0 0
Total! 41 U 7
Totala 40 t 21 S 1
Cohimhu 0 7 0 3 0 0 0 0 111
"Beatrice : 0 1 8 8 4 1 0 0 -16
Stolen bona: Deal. Sacrifice hit: Mick-
Iln. Two-base hits: i'eopies, uran, hick
lln. Three-base hit: TaDDan. Tome run:
Ramsey. Baaea on. balla: Off Barney, i;
oft Stone. 2; oft Thetman, 0; of McDon
nell, 2. Struck out: By Ramey. It by
Hione. ii oy ineiman, a; oy ucjuonneii.
. .... i r i . . , ii-. .. ,n.
Stone, 8: off Thelman, 1; off Mononnell,
oft Haley. 6. Double piay; :nyin to
Deal. Passed ball: Kranlncer. Hit by
pitched ball: Tappan. Time: 2:U. Um
llMBtlnn wins Kasllr.
HASTlNflK' Neb.. Auir. B. (Soectat Tel-
egram.)-Hastlngs sent McCullough. tholr
last years pal oauooning in tne seventn
inning, six hits and six runs being the
sum of the casualties. Norton kept tie
hits scattered in all out one Inning.
Farlev'H home run resulted from loslnK
the ball in the Brass. Richardson did
some sensational pegging, not a Grand
lsiana man .getting away wtn a steal.
GRAND I8U&.VD. H8TIXOS.
AU.II.O.A.E AB.lt O A E
rrjor; ta.... i l i ibwmom. rt 4 1 0 0
Downr, rt. t 1 0 0 0 Fcrlinaa, h 4 2 3 1
nanr. id.... i x z i suensttt, cr.. 2 1 0
StkMotr. ct4 1 2 0 OTncke, lb... I 14 2
KarUy. lb.. 4 2 It 0 6 Brown, at... I 14 1
lUwtll. If.. 4 2 0 0 OlIrMtla. lb 4 1 1 0
dmliir, 4 0 I 4 0 MeCab. It.. 3 lit
Ward. lb.... 4 1 I 2 ORItbrdtos, e4 2 10 4
UtCullsft. p 4 0 0 4 0 Norton, p ... 1 0 0 1
Total! 34 10 It It r Totals It rr It
Grand Island 0100O0X0O-:
Haitlnga 1 0 0 0 0 0. 6 1 3
Two-base hits: Ward. Howell. Fort'
man. Flrestlne. Richardson. Home runt
Farley. Stolen bases: uennett. ltlcnara
son. Bennett (3), Schoonover. Double
nlav: McCullouah to Stnlzer to Farley,
Bases on balls: Off McCullough, (; off
Norton, 2. Struck out: By Norton. 9
by McCullough, . Wild pitch: Mo
Cullough. I'mplre: Longnecker
York tiets Klrat One.
a vt.iv, ..ew.. rte m v -
- v S- 1 . 4 .. I. . . ,M4 .. a . . .
r.A.r.. ?. ' . Ji. '.f..i"".S'".V.V'S
and Routt hard and taking advantage
MSVo iSSSJev ftfilv.'W.lea T which
coupled with two errors, netted flvt
runs.. This seemed to satisfy Mr. Illnk
ley and he retired In favor of Bout:, th
ex-Western leaguer, and he fared ilttle
better. Osborn was hit hard, but kepf
tne nits well scattered and received pne
nomenal support, two fast double plays
cutting off scores. Wetxel made u
brilliant catch by running ba'ck to the
center field fence and pulling one off
the boards. Getr.hel, who went In as a
pinch hitter In the ninth, crabbed on the
third strike and was eventually fined and
chased from the park. Score:
Turpln, It. . S J 1 0 0 Rice, 3b 4 0 3 0 0
Wallace, St.. S 1
a s sonapp, iq... J
1 0 1 ChiM, lb... 4 0 7 3 0
t 1 OCUrk, It.... 4 S 1 0 ft
t 4 lMimq'lit, s I 1 I 5 1
I 0 0MuTr. rt..a 1110
1 1 lllae. cf.... 4 0 0 0 0
4 Z ODrovn, c... 4 2 6 1 0
0 0 lOiborni. P..4 2 ,0 t 0
0 9 0 ToUl ."SSU.27 17 t
Htnrr. lb... 4
BtiDt, rr... s
Welch, Ib... 2
Kcff. c 4
Hlnktcr. p.. 1
noutt, p..,. i
QttcheU .. 1
Totals.... .SJ "Mil
EVomnnf 3 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 .1
York 0 1 0 0. 0 -9
Two-base hits: Clark (2), Wallace,
Welch. Stolen bases: Turpln.' Clarke.
Double plays t Malmqulst to .Bnami to
ChaAe; Chase to Malmqulst to phaso:
Boses on balls: Off.. Osborne, I; off
JtilnKley, i; on kouu, i. iexir on uasoa .
Fremont, T; York, 2. Hits: Off. Osbornj.
12; off- Hlnkley, 6 In four innings: off.
Iloutt, 5 4n five Innings. Struck out: By
Osborne, 4; by Hlnkley, 3. Wild pitch:
Hlnkley. Time: 1:25. Umpire: Pontus
Neligh Races Open
With Excellent Card
NEH0K. Neb., Aug. B.-(Speclal Tele
gram.) The Nellgh race meet and base
ball tournament opened today wtlh a big
attendance and a fine racing program.
Big preparations are being made, for
Omaha day on Thursday and a flno card
has been provided. Following is tho sum
2:27 trot: Freda O. won In straight
heats, Starlight second, Bhaay duko
third. Best time, 2:26.
Five furlongs, running: Voltromo first,
Bright Maiden second, Lassie Deere
third. Time. 0:C2it.
Half mile, running: Fire Cather won,
Croton Oil second, Emily Buckler third.
Time. 0:Sltt. , . ...
Five furlongs, running: Booger Battle
won, Flar Faggot aecond, Star Dan third.
Royal defeated Brunswick at base bail
by- a score of 8 to 0. Reed'a military band
of Bloux City furnished music for the
races and also gave concerts on the
streets morning and evening.
BLUE HILL OUTPLAYS
HILDBETH'S STRONG TEAM
BLUE HILL, Neb., Aug. 4. (Bpeclal.)
Blue Hill decfated Hlldreth yesterday
by a deciding, score of 5 to 1. Hlldreth
used six salaried players, while Slue Hill
used Its pitcher, Wright, and Speaks, the
only salaried men on the team. Hlldreth
has one of the fastest and strongest teams
In the state, but is -surpassed by Blue
HUU The pitching ot Wright, striking
out fifteen men. faat fielding and hit
ting of Blue Hill featured. Score:
Hlldreth 0 X 00 0 0 0 0 tt-1 7
nin Mill O O U I U 4 1 V
nntteries: Hlldreth. McKensey and
Maxey) Blue Hill. Wright and Farnain.
m m pit nut: llv McKensey. 6: by Wright,
II. Bases on balls: off MeKensey, 2; oft
JOINS THE ROURKES
Inflelder Hennessey, whom Pa Rourke
purchased from the Detroit Tigers,
Joined the Omaha club Monday'afternoon,
He is a tine, big, strapping fellow ana
looks like an athlete all the way through,
He will bo used at second base in Tun
day'a game with Topeka. BUI Schipka
going on tho binch.
Glltner Defeats Wood River.
GILTNER, Neb., Aug. 5. (Special.)
Glltner defeated the Wood River team
In an exciting tleven-lnnnlng game, 6 to
4. Tho feature of the game was the base
rimnlnir of the Olltner team and the
pitching of Cox, who atruck out fifteen
Wood River 4 000000000 04 7
Olltnor 0 000020200 1-U
Batteries. Wood River, Nelson and
Flnnecan: ailtnir. Cox and Luby. Urn
American Association Besulto.
At Toledo R.H.E.
Columbus 7 11
Toledo 9 10
Batteries:. Davis. Higlev. Turner and
Murohv: Collamore and Devoaht.
At Louisville R.H.E.
Indianapolis 4 e
Louisville i 1
of -asey. LouarmillK ana beveroia.
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PACIFIC COASUHAMPS WIN
Strachan and Griffin Beat Adoue
and Shelton at Tennis.
WEST OUTCLASSES THE SOUTH
Southerners Take n Brace In the
Second Set mid Pnt Up a Most
' CHICAGO, Aug. 6. John Strachan and
Clarence Griffin, Pacific coast cham
pions In the doubles, downed the south-!
ern doubles champions, "J, B. Adoue and
Robert Shelton, 6-1, 6-4, 9-7; In the first
ot the national elimination matches at
The west'ernera, whose work, while np't
up to thslr standard, outclased the
Texans, Improved" aa ' thov match ad
vanced. , " ' : .
Strachan arid' drifftn will' play" the wlpi
her of the western-eastern' match, played
lat today, -for 'Hhe rtght' 'to challenge
MoLoUglln a:ld Bundy for the national
The Callfornlans won the first point on
the' twelfth game, when the rsoUtherners
solved Strachan's service and sent it
back on hard smashes. With the score
,5-40, Griffin began an active campaign
that put the western pair on' par atdeuc6k
and Strachan finally was returned win
ner, making It 6-alI.
Adue won the thirteenth game, some
long drlvea by the Callfornlans going wild.
Griffin s serve' returned his team winner
In the fourteenth, tying the score again,
Shelton" Service Weak.
Shelton's service was weak at the
fifteenth game. It was easily .handled
by the western men, whose cross court
shots gave them the- game the first
break In sen-Ice.
The southerners bracod in the second
set and played a much more vigorous
game. Adoue's service took a remark
hie Improvement and he won two gamea
on it, one a hard deuce battle and the
other a love game. Points in second set
Griffin and Strachnn
8 4 5 4 2 4 0 4 1 4-33-6
Adoue and Shelton
3l ilZi i 2294
The third set' stood two-all when every
pne of the quartet had served-. ' Some
clever volleying waB offset by careless
work on back court drives, each team
being guilty. Adoue, serving another
good game, won the fifth contest of tho
set,, keeping the Texans in the lead. Grif
fin won h serve, too. The set on the
whole showed little brilliancy up to that
point. Adoue's Improvement on service
and some occasional god work In the
same department by Griffin were the
enly features. Shelton and Strachan each
won their sets, making It, 4-4.
Grltfln and Strachan won the third
set, 8-7, giving them the match, 6-1,
Orkin Bros. Team
Wants Sunday "Game
Orkln Bros, base ball team Is looking
for a game Sunday. They will play any
team, anywhere and do not object to
going out ot town. S. R. Weiss is man
ager of the nine.
Trades nenlbach for Stack.
CHICAGO. Aua. 6. Pitcher Ed Reul-
bach of the Chicago Nationals was traded
toaay By .Mannser iwers io urooaiyn tor
Pitcher Ed Stack. Mike Mitchell, the
outfielder, on whom waivers had been
asked by the Chicago Nationals, has been
claimed by Pittsburgh.
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Fortune Turns Face
Away from 5 Star
CHICAGO, Aug. 5. Flvo star lefthand
pitchers in the major leagues lost their
games today, Marquard, rtucker - anil
Bailee going down to defeat In the Na
tional, while Flank and Collins were be
ins beaten In .the ' American, itussell
pitched a fraction more than ono In
ning .for the Chicago .Americans and gets
credit for a victory, being the only lucky
southpaw" in either league. Boehllng,
the Washington lefthander," was neither
winner' nor loser, being relieved In tho
tenth inning with the score tleu.
"Rube" Marquard's wlnntng streak was
l-roken,by the Pittsburgh Nationals, after
the New lork star had achieved nlno
straight -victories, "Slim" Salloo was re-
lurnea u, iijbce ai'ainsi ipe rusaing jnna
delphla. Nationals, ;altKough' he' pitched a
better game than any of-the luckless five,
allowing only 'one r.u'n.
A H-rlirhtful Hinnrlpniw
with biliousness, malaria and -constipation,
la quickly overcome by taklnc Dr.
King's New Life 'Fills. Only 25. For'aalo
by. Beaton. Drug Co. Advertisement.
Bat One. Run for Scrlbner.
nnntlK. "Mnti.. Atic k crlnt i
Dodge defeated Scrlbner on the local
grounds 5 to 1. Blndelar for Dodsu
Pitched a shutout game, Scrlbnei1 gettlnj
1.0 uiiiy iuu 111 ma cigni inning on a oase
on balls and scored on a .hit to right
field, which was fielded too slow.
The features of the name waa thn hit.
ting ot Butler, who got three hits out
Of three time .up and was walked once
purposely, ana tne pitching or Slndclar,
who struck out fifteen batsmen and al
lowed only four hits. Bc'orei . R.H.E.
Dodge 0 D 0 0 1.0 ,4 0 5 10 1
Scrlbner ...0 00000001 01 4 3
Summary: Earned runs: Dodtte.
Two-baso hits: Butler, W. Ehlers. Struck
out: ay Binaeiar, is: by Chamberlain, 9.
Bases on balla: Off ' SlndelaK S: off
Chamberlain, 3. Hit by pitched ball:
uiacic. stolen bases: B. Ehlers, Butler
(2), Sacrifice hits: RuK. Marrow. .Left
on bases: Dddee. 10: flcrlhner. S. Tim
of game, 1:60. Umpire, Ralston,
. S. I f
Outfield I'oor. . .
Bt. Louts scribes have found where
the trouble lies In tho Cardinal team.
Their four gardeners have a combined,
batting average ot but .is and'arq like
a bunch ot snails on the sacks. Out
fielders are generally supposed tp. be fleet
in this respect, but these fly ' chasers
have garnered but fourteen this season.
Of this number Rebel Oak'es haa bagged
ten. Catcher Ivy Wirigo Is leadtng tho
team In batting with, .331.
at 22. J9ozz&2e Cdeer
Hugo F. Bilz, 1324 Douglas St
Phone Doug. 3040.
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