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THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1913.
GALIFORNIANS W!H MATCH
Coast Stars Defeat Eastern Cham
pions in Straight Sets.
TO PLAY FOR NATIONAL TITLE
Knrn KIrM to Meet aywrlcc I. Mc
IiOnuhllu nntl Thnmns llnmlr
for Vnlteil State Donlilca
CHICAGO, 111., Aug. G.-Clarenca Orlf
fln Anil John Slrachan earned the right
this afternoon to play Maurice E. Mc
Loughlln and Thomas Bundy for the
doubles championship of tho United
States. Outgencrally and outplaying
their opponents, they defeated Gustavo
Touchard and W. M. Washburne. tho
eastern champions. In straight sets, 6-1,
8-0, 6-4. v
Blrachan's service opened the match
and tho Callfornlans won the first point
when Washburne ended a long exchange
by driving out.
Touchard's fen-Ice was no puzzle in the
next game and two Inaccurate returns by
Washburne gave the westerners the sec
Wnntilmrii Itrtlcenm Self.
Washburne redeemed himself on the
third and his good drives broke through
Griffin's service for the east's first
Good placing put the Callfornlans In
the lead, 3-1, on Washburne's serve In
Strachan's service was a puzzle In the
fifth and Touchard's was handled by
drives tho eastern men could not touch.
The seventh on Griffin's service was
easy for the coast pair, a double fault
giving the east Its only point. Tho score
by points, first set:
Strachan-Grlffin ...4 4 2 4 4 4 426 G
Tot(ch'd-Wa8hb'lio..l 1 4 t ,2 1 1-11-1
l.onjc Denre Onme,
A long deuce game opened the second
sot nd resulted In a victory for the east
on Washburne's serve, two wild drives
by tho coast team being factors."
Strnchan's serve as usual was too
much for the easterners In the second
game, but despite a scries of wild shots,
the eastern men took the third gnme.
Griffin's service, the best of tho match
so far, made It 2-2 In tho fourth.
A clever out by Griffin staved off de
feat In the fifth game, but Washburne
took careof a combined uttack on tho
line and won, giving the cast a 3-2 lead.
Btrachan's service brought it back to 3
all. The eastern men had barely time
to swing their racquets before it.
Touchard's service thowed a big Im
provement in the seventh and the coast
boys scored only one point off It.
Elithtli Gor to Deuce.
The eighth game went to duce, but
Washburne, with one shot outside and
ono to the net, gave Griffin a game such
service hardly deserved.
Washburne served the first love gamo
of the match in the ninth.
Great covering enabled the westerners
to make It 5 all on Strachan's service.
Two of the fierce smashes by Griffin
put his team in the running in tho
eleventh, ' but tho easterners outvolleyed
the coast pair and won. Touchard drove
twice Into the net in the twelfth on Grif
fin's set and the CaltfurnIunswon & lovo
game, making It 6 all.
SorTlcc Itimlilp I lilt.
Washburne served a double fault, which
nearly lost him the thirteenth game, but
with the first chance to break into the
serve Griffin sliced n cut into the net.
The coast pair did break through, how
ever, when Washburne hit Into the net,
giving them the lead. 7-6. Strnchan's
serve, the best of tho day, won the four
teenth game, carrying with it the second
The score by points, second set:
Btrachan and Griffin
T444241S04S46 4-52 5
Touchard and Washburne
'J 162424342704 2-536
Strachan and Griffin won the 'third set,
6-4, and the match. By wlnnlngh the
match Griffin and Btrachan won the
right to play McLoughlln and Bundy for
the national championship.
IIMMIE KANE IMPROVING
HIS BATTING AVERAGE
Last week for the first time In three
seasons Jimmle Kane, Omaha's first
sacker, dropped below the .300 mark In
batting. On last Thursday Kane wa
batting but .290, and It did not seem -lght
to the fans. Kane's attention was railed
to this fact and since then has been hit
ting the ball hard and consistently. On
Friday he made one- hit in three times
up. Saturday he got three safe clouts In
four 'times at bat, and In the double,
header Sunday made five hits In right
times at bat in the double-header. (Cane
Is back above the .300 mark, In fa;t ho
Is hitting Just .301, and says ho Is going
to keep on going up.
Ilmryn MiikeH Great Record.
BERWYN, Neb., Aug. 6. 8pecial.)
Berwyn defeated Ansley on tho Uerwyn
diamond 2 to 1. It was a ball game from
sturt to finish. Berwyn has played three
games with Ansley this season, taking
two. The l&st game was a pitchers' bat
tle between Horn and Rhodes, Horn get
ting fourteen strikeouts, Rhodes ten.
Score by innings:
Berwyn 10100000 02
Ansley 01000000 01
Batteries: Berwyn, Horn and Weaver;
Ansley, Rhodes and Puffenberger. Um
pires. McCandless and Butler.
Olltncr Defeats Wood Itlver.
GILTNER, Neb., Aug. 5.-Speclal.-Glltner
defeated, the Wood River team
In an exciting tleven-lnnning game, 5 to
4. Tho feature of the game was the bane
running of the Glltner team and the
pitching of Cox, who struck out fifteen
mm. Bcore. R.H.E.
Wood River 4 000000000 04 7 2
Glltner 0 000020200 15 11 2
Batteries. Wood River, Nelson and
I'lnnegan; Glltner, Cox and Luby. Um
. Vrt Goort Mini Go.
Manager Stalling of Boston Is trying
desperately to scare up a promising
young caatcher somewehere and Gon
zalez, the Cuban, whom Stalllngs fired
for his Ignorance of the Engllih language.
Is catching such ball for Long Branch
that half u dozen big te.ima are bidding
Uhlan to Try for Mnrk.
GOSHEN, N. Y Aug. 3,-Uhlan, 1:5S.
owned by C. K. G. Billings of New York,
champion trotter of the world, will ap
pear at Goshen during lace week, August
19 to 21, in an attempt to beat his world's
record, 2:02. over the historic half-mliu
track. It Mill be his only appearance in
the east this season.
Trades Realbacli for Stack,
CHICAGO. Aug. E. Pitcher Ed Reul
such of the Chicago Nationals was traded
today by Manager Evers to Brooklyn for
Pitcher Ed Stack. Mike Mitchell, tho
outfielder, on whom waivers had been
isked by the Chicago Nationals, has been
ilalmed by Pittsburgh.
St. Rdirnrdn Trliim I.lndxny.
ST. EDWARD. Neb., Aug. 5. (Special )
-St. Kdvard defeated Undsay 6 to J.
Two home runs by Bono, one home run
by Sweeney and the one-handed f"y
ratch by Fisher featured. Score. R.H.R.
St. Edward.O 1 0 3 1 0 0 0 1 10 0
Lindsay ,...0 20000000 13 1 4
latteries St. Edward, Canine and
Ilono, Lindsay, Ballon and Rosay Um
Fortune Turns Face
Away from 5 Star
CHICAGO, Aug. 5. Five star lefthand
pitchers In the major leagues lost their
games today. Marquard, llucker and
Bailee going down to defeat In tho Na
tional, while Plank and Collins were be
ing beaten In the American. Kusscll
pitched a fraction more than one In
ning for the Chicago Americans and gets
credit for a victor-, being the only lucky
"southpaw" In cither league, lioehllng,
the Washington lefthander, was neither
winner nor loser, being relieved In the
tenth inning with tho score tleu.
"Kubo" Marquard's winning streak was
broken by the Pittsburgh Nationals after
the New York star had achieved nine
straight victories. "Slim" Bailee was re
turned a loser against the rushing Phila
delphia Nationals, although he pitched a
better game than any of the luckless five,
allowing only one run.
State Board Makes
No Change in Values
(Prom a Staff Correspondent.).
LINCOLN, Aug. 6.-(Special.) Returns
sent In by county treasurers have been
accepted by the State Board of Assess
ment, without change. This Is the first
time that the board has accepted returns
without making some changes since the
law went Into effect In 1901.
The levy for 1913 will be 2.G0 mills higher
than last year, being 7.S0 mills. Tho gen
eral levy Is placed at the limit of 5
milts and the other levies according to
law. Following Is the arrangement of
the levies: Mills
Genoral fund 6.(0
State university 1.00
Normal schools .S3
University building fund.. 75
State aid bridge 20
A change made from last year was that
the normal schools are provided for with
a levy Instead of having to depend upon
an appropriation by the legislature.
Appropriations by the last legislature
amounted to S8,S61,&S3,K. The general
fund will have to take care of $5,701, 2S"J.U5
of this. The total assessed valuation of
the state is J470,fcS7,G77, which with a tax
of 6 mills will bring Into the general
fund this year J2.J54.437 or S4,70S,S74 for the
two years. The amount raised will fall
short about $1,000,000 from the amount
appropriated by the legislature from tho
genoral fund. Tho shortage will have to
be made up from fees collected by the
different departments of the state.
Four Hundred Tents
For State Guard Camp
(From a Staff Correspondent)
LINCOLN, Aug 6.-(Spcclal.)-Worlc
has already been begun for the maneu
vers of the National Guard. Colonel Fet
terman, who will have charge of the
construction of the camp, is already on
the grounds nt Wnterloo, looking out for
the Interests of the guard.
On August 11 each company will send a
noncommissioned officer with three pri
vates direct to Waterloo, where under
command of Colonel Fottsrman tho
grounds will bo prepared In advance.
Tents will be erected, welts will be sunk.
Incinerators built and all steps taken for
tho comfort of the guards when they
Each company will be provided with
six conical tents, two wall tents and a
cook's fly. Each major will have two
wall tents. Each colonel will have six
to ten wall tents and two to five hospital
tents, whlcTf will make about 400 tents
on the camp ground.
State Fair Officials
Look Grounds Over
(From a Staff Correspondent)
LINCOLN, Aug. 6. (Special.) Georgo
Jackson of Nelson, superintendent of
gates'at the Nebraska state fair, arrived
In the city today and visited the state
fair grounds in company with Secretary
W. R. Mellor and Superintendent E. Z.
Russell. In Nuckolls county, he declared,
corn prospects were poor, with the early
crop in a hopeless condition. Wheat and
alfalfa had been excellent, he said, with
fair prospects for a good yield of alfalfa
Plans were made for the rapid han
dling of the state fair crowds. The Lin
coln Traction company Is preparing for
a minute and a half car service by way
of. the Tenth street viaduct. At the
grounds the coin turnstiles admit the
visitors with great rapidity. A half
dollar unlocks tho gate to the yleltor and
there Is no delay over the question of
change and no taking up of tickets.
Castro at Head of
Twelve Thousand Men
PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, Aug. 6.
Ex-President Clprlano Castro In his revo
lutionary campaign to overthrow tho
Gomez administration and regain the
presidency of Venezuela has under his
command, according to latest advices re
ceived here, about 12.C00 men.
Castro Is reported to have been received
enthusiastically when he landed at Coro,
in the state of Faloon. He nov Is said
to be marching against Barqulslmeto,
capital of the state of Lara, at the head
of 4,000 men.
Two of Castro's adherents, General
Rosarlo Gonzales and Oeneral Penucla.
who crossed Into Venezuelan territory
from tho Colombian frontier with 3,000
followers, are reported to be augmenting
their rebel army as they proceed through
the Inland towns.
Generals Navus and Araujo, two ot
Castro's lieutenants operating In tho tate
of Sulla; are leading 2.SG0 men against
Maracalbo, capital of the state and the
principal seaport of Venezuela.
Federals Killed by
TERS, HERMAN AS, Mex., Aug. 5. Via
Eagle Pass, Tex.. Aug. 6. Reports
reached here from Monclova- today that
while federals from that city wero get.
ting corn from a nearby ranch warehouse
a mine touched off by constitutionalists
killed four federals.
Constitutionalist investment of Mon
clova proceeds slowly. The attacking
parties are divided into three columns,
one under command of Colonel Antonio
A. Vlllareal the latest addition to th
constitutional army In C'ohuljla. Vlllartal
was consul general to Spain under ih
KAPS SPLIT WITH SUPERIOR!
Lots Loses First Game for Kearney
by Score of Two to One.
VISITORS TAKE SECOND ONE
Dnrknra JVccrmttntm Cnlllnir of
l.nat (Jnnip Aftrr the Seventh
Inning: with Krnrnrr In
Lend, Trro to One.
SUPERIOR, Neb., Aug. 6.-(Speclal Tel
egram.) Superior divided a double-header
with eKarney, taking the first game, 2 to
1, and losing tho last one by tho same
score. Miller pitched the first gamo and
did a most excellent Job, allowing tho vis
itors but threo hits. Lotz was at his
bet and the Cement City Colts only con
nected! safely with four good ones.
Features of tho first game, aside from
tho pitching, was Manda's sensational
catch and double with two men on and
one out, and Thelsslng'a home run. Tho
second game was also a mighty pretty
exhibition and was anybody's gamo until
the last o ftho seventh. Score, first
McKnl'hl. ct 4 0 J 0 OM.tntrt. ef.. 0 t 0 0
Synek. lb... J 1 0 1 0 JUnJa. ... 1 0 0 l
Acock, 2b.. J J 1 1 0Orr. Jb.... 2 110
llerrlott. lb. 1 17 0 1 I-anareth. rt J 2 I 0 0
Schmrtn, ct2 1 0 0 OThtlmlng, US 1 2 0 0
Onr. e..... i OS! OUokewlth, lb I 0 8 0 0
Woodruff. Hi I) 2 2 OObrt, Sb I 0 1 1 0
Diamond, rf. I 0 2 0 OSchrld, C.... 2 0 4 1 0
rirmpton, pJ 1 0 4 OCIftnmont, p 2 0 0 4 0
. , Rom 1 0 0 0 0
Total?.. I 21 u 1
ToUlt IS ( 11 7 0
Kearney 00000000 11
Superior 00001001 2
Home run: Thcisslng. Sacrifice hits:
Acock, Manda, Landreth, Thelsslng.
Stolen bases: Woodruff, Ross. Passed
balls: Gray (2). Hit by pitched balls:
W. Gray, Uockewlts. Struck out: By
Lot, 8: by Miller, 7. Bases on balls: Off
Lotz, Bl off Miller, 1. Time: 3:00 Um
pire: Myers. .
Score, second game:
All. ll.O. A. K. AU.H.O.A.B.
McKnl'ht. If 4 u 0 0 OMelnett, tf.. 2 0 2 0 0
Wynrk, lb... 4 12 0 OMand 1 0 15 1
Acock, lb... 1 0 2 2 OOrtr. 2b.,... 1 0 2 11
llerrlott, lb. 4 1 t2 0 landreth, rf 2 0 0 0 0
Hchcurcn. til V g t 0 Thrilling. If I 1 0 0 0
Grar, c 4 0 9 2 llkikcKlth, lb 2 0 11 0 0
Woodrulf, Ml 1 1 1 OObit, 3b 4 0 1 2 1
BrlckMn, rt 2 0 2 1 tlloa, c 2 2 7 2 0
lt. p 2 0 1 2 0 Miller, p.... 2 10 3 0
1'lrmpton, rf 10000
Tot ill 11 1 24 1 1
Batted for Clemmons In seventh.
Kearney o 0 0 1 0 1 02
Superior 0 0 1 0 0 0' 0-1
Home run: Acock. Thren-base hit:
Acock. Passed ball: Gray. Wild pitches:
PlVniOtnn. ripmninns n.iu t.nlta AM
! Plympton, 1; off Clemmons. 2. Struck
"y I'lympton. ; by uiemmons, 2.
btolcn bases. Manda, Bockewltz. Sacri
fice hits: Herrlott, Manda Umpire:
Gamo called at end of seventh by
York I,ofn to Pathfinders.
lORK. Neb.. Aug. 6.-(Speclal Tele
gram.) Fremont beat York today by hlt
:ia?. Eveidon hurd. while Gtechcll was
tight In tho plnchec. York had the bases
full twice, but he tightened up and York
couldn't produce the necessary hits. The
feature wus the batting of W.cttel, ho get
ting two hni-. runs and a nwi. Score:
AU.H.O.A.B. AU.H.O.A B
Turpln, If... 2 1 0 onice. Sb..,,. 4 1 1 1 0
w la' 1 I 18npp, 2b... 8 1 4 7 U
Wetwl. cf... 8 0 0 lc,ui lb... 6 0 12 I 0
I?r-.Jb " 5 118 0 'Clark.. If.. 2 2 0 0
.' ,hV"! 0 t 4 lMmql.t. si4 1 2 2 2
w!??' 5 2 2 0 ""lr. rf- JOlio
Welcb, Jb.,. 4 2 2 2 01l, cf.. 4 0 2 0 0
JJe", t. 1 2 4 0 Ollrown, o...4 2 2 1 1
Qctch.ll. p. 2 1 1 2 OKvcnlon. p ?2 0
To"1" 5 12 27 11 1 ToUU 27 I7 15 I
Fremont o 0 0 1 1 1 0 3 1-7
ork 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-1
. Tw,.Cb0B.c hlti Sna"P- Homo runs: Wet
zel (2), Neff, Welch. Stolen base: Mul-
Ii-fli. DT?fUV,a ?Ittys: Malmqul8t. unns
slsted; Malmqulst to Snopp to Chase.
Bases on balls: Off Everdon. Bj oft
v?,he,n' Le.ft on lmBeB! Fremont. 8:
n" ,Str.ck out: Everdon, U by
y an'p'ontTus" UmPlre8! QuI-
.r2,,ln,,"0M Torus Tallies.
BEATRICE, Neb., Aug. 6.-(SpeClal Tel
nB,a.m;)?0l,umbU8Jturne(1 tno table on
?t ,lco.rto,,ay n,nd won bV a "core of
Mto- .T,,,?u"' Beatrice's shortstop, hit
the first ball etched for a homer. Man.
ager Sms;th of Cotumbus wa fined 13 and
ordered from the field for disputing the
nn 'l6 88'0"- r,tciVer Reed "as alSo
. lhe 5amo "cnse, but was al
lowed to play . Score:
. All. ll.O. A. E. AB.H O A V
Rondemu, lb 3 1 2 1 OTappin i l l o n
M'' ,Jb-? 1 2 1M I 3 J 1
Smrth, cf... 1 0 1 0 OLInr, If...,, 4 0 0 0 0
JUmey , rf... 3 0 1 0 0 UlaJk. rf. 4 10 0 0
4 1 1 0 lco., ib" 1 1 14 i i
R-m.. r-cf 2 0 2 0 Olflcklln. cf. 4 2 10 9
lk " 0 nnnnoi, lb. 4 0 0 4 0
Adrai. si... 4 2 1 3 OPotoct. c... 1 " ? ? l
nlT?::. 1 1 M-. I 1 1 0
ToUl......ll775l TU" "
Columbus 1 o 0 0 0 1 2 0 Z-4
Heatrico 1 2 o 0 0 0 0 0 0-3
oioien oases: Rondeu, Adams, Coo.
Brannon. Sacrifice hits: Peoples, Ramsey
TaPa?- . Two-base hltr- Rondeau. Peo
Pies, Deal, Adams, Hlcktin, Black. Throe
base hit. Hlcklln. Homo run: Tappan.
r'Liii Slru?k ,out: Uy Keed- by Mc
Donnell, 6. Left on bases: Columbus 3
Beatrice, 4. Double pjay: Brannon to
Hutchison to Coo. Passed balls" Poteet
(2). Hit by pitched ball: Ramsey Tme
1:4. Umpire: Fieese.
IlfiU .Spore a Shutout. V.
HASTINGS, Neb., Aug. 0.-(Speclal Tel-fE,?,-iafu'.ld
IsI,lnd l08t thesecond of
hit SnffeV?dtty' seU.,nff only throe safe
i1,?. ?J iHhnKoni w,'. scored un cas
shutotit. Three hits off Beltz started the
scoring for Hastings In the second una
three more, with two eirors and a saorl"
and' t? ,"VeJ? ,a''h. More boot,
and two hits- added two runs In the
S",1,11' ?,alt,nK J" nichardso , and
Kirestine, the ex-Grand Island player
who got a triple and two singles, was a
,?.l,u.ro-, F,rcfi al8 6ured In a fist
double play. Score:
GRAND ISLAND HASTTM3B.
An. II.O. A. B. AD. II o A V
Prror, u. 1 l 2 i 4Dchtold, r-rf 5 o l l o
Downir, rf..l 1 4 0 t FVwtm.i, 2bB 0 1 1 0
n.rrr. 2b. ,. 4 J 0 1 0 Bennett, It. 1 12 0 0
Schonovr. ti: 1 ! l 0 Tucker, rf.. 0 0 0 o o
Firlejr. lb... 4 0 1 ITHke, lb I 1 la n
Hlw.li; f,..i o 2 1 Jn"wn. : J 4 S ?
W.rd, lb....l o 1 1 lrirwtlne, 3b 4 s l i J
SmUer, C... 2 0 3 1 o McCib. If.. I 1 S 0
P 2 0 0 1 0 RlcU'rdin, c 4 3 7 1 o
TouI......7sT;7John0,, ' 0
Grand ,., 0 V Ol o b' 'o" o" oU'
Hastings 0 2 0 0 0 S 2 0 M
Two-base hits: Richardson. Brown.
Three-base hit: Flrestlnc. Doublo plays
, iinu Tocke. Beltz to Ward to Far
?y; ,lio.w,!li 10 I,r'or- or balls;
lf lellz- 3i i Johnson. 5. Struck out
LgitX'r: 7; by "eUz- 1 Vmvlr:
SCOTIA AND LUXUS EACH
WIN AND LOSE GAMF
BCOTIA, Neb., Aug. S. (Special.) The
l Luxus team of Omaha lost to the home
team Sunday by the score of 6 to 1.
Scotia 1 0K00000 -S2
Luxus 0 0 0 1 .0 0 0 0 23 6 1
Batteries: Srotla, Cook and Ammer.
mnn; Luxus, Dyck and Glllcple. Struck
out: By Conk 5: bv Dyck, 3. Umpires:
Krug and McDannlel.
The Luxus team evened up by taking
Monday's game by a score of 3 to ) In a
pitchers' battle between Hull and Saut
ter, each allowing but three hits. The
Luxus team fielded sensationally, osp
clally Feltman, the center fielder, who
made two great sensational catches and
saved the day for Luxus. Hatrhen's
home run In the plxth with two i.nn on
bases won the game for the Ornahas.
Scotia 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 22 3 2
Luxus ........0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 03 3 2
Butteries: Scotia, Bnuttor and Ammer
mun; Luxus, Hull and Gillespie. Struck
out )tv Sautter, S. by Hull, 8. Two-boso
hit Grchoxk Thrrc-baso hit Mur
phy Home run Hatrhen I'mplros:
Krug arid Davis
HEW WORLDRECORD MADE
Peter Volo Wins TwoYear-Old Trot
ting Division of Futurity.
GOES THE FIRST MILE IN 2:09
Ktnvrnh, Otvitnl by Frnnk (, Jones,
Memphis Millionaire, linn Kny
Time Tnklimr Thrcr-Yrnr-Old
KALAMAZOO. Mich., Aug, 5. When
Peter Volo. driven by Murphy, won the
2- year-old trotting division of tho Horso
man futurity and tho purse ot tjAX at
this afternoon's Granlk Circuit meet, ho
established a new world's record 'r !
year-old trotters, going the first mile In
2:09. Tho distance was made with ease,
Murphy holding tho colt back an ho cami
down tho stretch. The former record ot
2:09Vi was made by Justtco Brook twa
years ago. In the second heat Peter
Volo tequalled the former record.
Ktnnnh lln Knny Tllnr.
Etawah had an easy time In taking tlw
3- year-old trot for the Horseman futurity
(10,000 purso. At no time was (he Occrn
entry in danger, leading tho field In
overy heat. Peter Johnson, of whom
much was expected In tho event, drew
tho flag In tho last heat. His poor
showing Is believed to bn due to Illness.
Frank O. Jones, the Memphis (Teuii.)
millionaire, owner of Etawoh, who a in
old-time telegraph operator, climbed
Into the press box and personally Irani
mltted a message to his daughter ttlllnri
ot Etawah's victory. Besides tho i,Ml
won by Etawah, the owner also won a
Tnkrs Tommy Horn I'nnr Itrnts.
It required four heats of Tommy Horn
to win the 2:10 trot. Dago's victory 'n
the second heat caused considerable sur
prise, and he was not able to make a
showing In another heat.
There were only two entries In tho i-yoar-old
pacing division, of the futurity,
and Tilly Tipton ran away from Homer
Baughman In all three hcuts.
2:10 trot, purso $3,000, threo In five
Tommy Horn, b. g., by Otto
Wilkes (McDonald) 14 11
Dago. b. g. (Clrady) 4 10 4
Marigold, b. m (Murphy) 2 2 5 3
Dunsmore. b. h. (Loomls) (i 6 2 2
Kchomorc, blk. h. (Kccr) a b 3 o
Iidy Orattan. b. m. (Cox) 6 3 4 5
Time, 2:0314. 2;09Vi. 2:01, 2:09.
Three-year-old trot, horseman futurity;
niifun tinnnn iv,,.a i flvo
Eta Wah, b. c, by Al Stapley
(Qeers) , 1 1 1
Dillon Axworthy, d. c. (Serrlll).. 2 2 4
Barbara Overton, b. f. fMur.iliy).. 3 3 3
Hollyroou Kate, r. f (Dodge).... 4 4 2
Ruby Watts, b c. 'Wright) ,. dls
Peter Johnson, b. c. (Cox) dls
Blackburn Watts, b c, (Markham).. dls
Time, 2:0Si. 2:0SH. 2:09.
Two-year-oid trot, hursoiuan futurity
Peter Volo, b. c, by Peter Tho
Adebclla Watts, b.''V.'VAndre'ws)":: 2 3
Great (Murphy) 1 1
Jady wanetka, u l, (Uox) 3 i
Tramp Right, b. c. (Hoffman) dls
Grace Stlllmau, b. f. (Q. Ilea), dls
Time, 2:09. 2!101.
Three-year-old pace, horseman futurity;
purse 12,000; threo In flvo
Tilly Llpton, b, f by Oxone (Mur
Homer Baughman, b. c. (Davis).. 2 2 2
Time. 2:12,. 2:13tt. 2:1314.
North Platte Defeats
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NORTH PLATTE, Neb.. Aug. 6.-(8pe-
cla. Telegram )-North Platte easily
feated Jake Krug and his Luxus team
irom umana nere lousy, to t. -ine vis-
itors wero completely outclassed and wero
particularly weak on throwing tho bases.
Their first and only score came In tlio
fifth inning, when Vanous doubled to
left, went to third on Tracy's sacrifice
uy to ritni ana scorca on a paused unu
by Danze. Fox relieved VtJioug at first
In the seventh Inning due to an Injury
to Vanous' leg. Today's game Is North
Platte's sixteenth straight victory. Score:
Luxus ,.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 01 3 G
North Platto..3 1002100 0-7 00
Two-base hits: Vanous, Molkor, Dy
gert, McCluro. Threo-base hit: Bright.
Struck out: By Hull, 9; by McClure, 3.
Bases on balls: Oft Hull, 3; off McClure,
1. Batteries North Platte,, McClure and
Danzo; Luxus, Hull and Ollllsple. Tlmo:
1:43. Umpires: Krug and Swope. At
Dnt One Itun tor Scrlhner.
DODGE, Neb., Aug, 6.-(SpeclaI.)-Dodgo
defeated Scrlbner on the local
grounds C to 1. Slndelar for Dodgo
pitched a shutout game, Scrlbner getting
its only run In the eight' Inning on a base
on balls and scored on a hit to right
field, which was fielded too slow,
Tho features of the game wss tho hit
ting of Butler, who got three hits out
ot three time up and was walked onco
purposely, and tho pitching of Slndelar,
who struck out fifteen batsmen and al
lowed only four hits. Score: R.H.E.
Dodgo 0 0 0 0 1 0 4 0 5 10 1
Ecrlbner ...0 00000001 01 4 3
Summary: Earned run: Dodirn. 2.
Two-bnse hits: Butler, Y. Ehlers. StrtfCkH
out: uy Slndelar, is: by Chamberlain, ii.
Bases on balls: Off Slndelar. 2: off
Chamberlain, 3. Hit by pitched bail:
Black. Stolen basest E. Ehlers, Butler
(2). Sacrifice hits: Ruff, Marrow, I eft
on bases: Dod-,-e, 10; Scrlbner, 8. Time
of game, 1:8A Umpire. Rslston.
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State Tennis Singles
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LINCOLN. Neb., Aug. S.-(8pcclal Tel
egram.) Bob McCnguo of Omaha, In the
second round of tho stato tennis toJmn
meiit. In the fastest match of the day.
won from Harold MnOce of Lincoln, 6-2.
4-6 and 6-J. This was tho only match
In the second round played. McCague Is
lookod upon as a possible winner of tho
tournament. MaOco was runner-up In
the IJiicolu city tournament last week
McCaguc will probably meet Wlillnm
In the third round some tlmo Thurdn.
Following are tho results of tho other
..Hob,c.rt -,,oWe' Omaha, won from Dor
Knfleld, 6-1, G-4.
Harry Caldwell, Omaha, won from
Paul Kamnntekl. Bcllevue. C-3, 6-1.
Hpston, Omn.hu, won from Paul flab
son, Seward. 7-5, 6-3,
Herbert Davis, OinahR, won from Wil
liam Adams. Omaha. 6-3, G-l,
Ed I'ndeland, Omaha, won from Wctikn,
Pender, by default.
Huso, Norfolk, won from F. C. Mi"
Connell. 6-2, 6-1.
Russell Larmon, Omaha, won from
Holman, Arapahoe, 6-1, 6.1.
Joe Adams, Omiihn, won from Oedrli'
Potter, Omaha, 6-2, 2-6, 6-2.
LOGAN AND PERSIA
WIN EARLY IN TOURNEY
IX1AN, la., Aug, 5.-(Speclal Tele
gram.) Iognn defeated Mnndamln. 2 to
0, today, and Persia defeated Woodbine,
S to 4, In tho-first day's play of tho baio
ball tournnment. Score first gamo.
Logan 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0-3
Mondamln ... 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Batteries; Lagan, Heeler and Itees'o;
Mondamln, McLalu and Clair, Umpire:
llurllligame of Etdora. Time: 1:4). At
Score second gamo:
Persia B 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 S
Woodbine 0 0 0 2 0 1 1 0 0-1
Batteries; Persia, Alexander ar,l
Wright; Woodbine. Dousted and Croinle.
Umpire: Burllngnme. Attendance: IW0
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