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THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16 191U.
On the Square, Jeff Seems to be in an Awful Fix
Drawn for The Bee by "Bud" Fisher
EXHIBITION GOES TO 'LOPES
Sioux City Unable to Win with
THIRTEEN IIIT8 REGISTERED
Uut Out of Thirteen the Indiana
Mnrk Up lint Four Tallies to
Crowd t Interstate
SIOUX CITY, la., Sept. 15.-BloUx City
and Lincoln played an exhibition game at
Mlssou park today to a fair (lira crowd
of interested fnlr visitors. Ttio Ante
lopes won, ti to 4. Score:
AB. It. It. O. A. 13,
Cooncy. 2b. 5 z 3 1 1 0
Wood, If. , 5 0 S 1 1 0
Smith, sa E 0 0 3 6 1
Callahan. Sb 4 0 a 0 4 0
Davidson, cf 4 0 1 10 0
Bums, lb. 4 0 1 13 1. 0
Marahall, rf. 4 110 0 0
ann, c 4 0 17 10
iVheatley, p 2 1 1 1 4 0
Stango 1 0 0 0 0 0
rotnis j7 4 i3 a
An. a 11. o. A. k.
Itader, Sb ., a 1 0 1 0 0
McGoiflgan, is 1' 1 1 a J 0
Miller, cr a 1 0 3 1 0
McCormlck. It. i 4 0 110 0
Smith, rf. 3 1 0 S 1 0
Wowilng, lb. a 2 : a 0 u
Peploskl, lb. ...,.. 401131
Meyer, c 4 0 0 e 1 i
Scrogglns, p. 3,0 0 0 3 1
Totals S9 tt C U "5
Wood out buntlnB third strike.
Batted for Wheatley In tim ninth.
Uncoln 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 i
eioux uuy , 01002010 04
Left on bn; Blouz City, 1: Lincoln,
1. First bate on, errors: Btoux City, 1;
Lincoln. 1. Sacrtlce hits McGaftigah.
Ttro-base hits: McCormlck, Dowimg,
Coonsy. Penloskl. Thrw..b.ii M11 Mar.
ah all. stolen bases: Wood Burns. Dmill
way. MoQatdgan to Peploskl to Wow
m.bt nirucK oui: jiy w ncauey, 0; ny
hcroEEina. 4. Uiui nn halla-. ntt WKui.
ler., . oft Ucrogglns. 1 Wild lUtGh:
"nwor, iv oy pitencu nam vowitng,
jiinrej ;w -.nipirea: jvicin ami tarney,
TWQ-SIXTEEN TROT IS '
WON BY THE TEMPTRESS
SlOl'X PITT, lay, Sept. 15.-Th 3:18
trot featured the opening day of tha In
.eratate fair racing card. The Temptress
won out In a five-heat contest, capturing
the second, fourth and fifth heats. Da
kota Prine won the 2:17 pace In straight
3 18 trot, purse 85CO. The Temptress
won; Princess Welcome, second; Spartan
queen, third; Charlie J., fourth. The
'omot was withdrawn. Best time, S:1SM.
2;17 pace, purse IMO: Dakota Prlnca
won; Freckle, second; Dexter ti., third;
Kathryn Strove, fourth. Best time, 2:17i.
Dexter 8, and Kathryn Strove divided
hint and fourth money.
Ilunnlng, one mile, purse WW; The
Vcout won: Ora McGee, second; Sure On,
,hlrd. Merrlfiled, Voltrome and May
button also ran, Time, l:4tH.
Prattler Trim Mrunlngr,
DESHLKR, Neb., Rapt. lC-(8pelal Tel
tgram.) DeshUr defeated Urunlng at
Rrunlng Sunday, 9 to 1, for a purs of
1203. Hanson, the star pitcher of Bruit
ing, was hit hard, ten hits being secured
3ft of his delivery, five of which went
for extra bases, Ivewivmn and Ualfmnn
of Dcahler aneh secured a horns rtin.
Jepson, pitching for Deahler, struck out
esevon men, allowing six nits, live 01
which Were singles. Ssocer: R.H.H.
Deahler 040001 320-9 10 3
Batteries: Dssliler, Jepson and Dur
ham; llrunlng, Hanson and Jansolt,
for hustling members
Hustling for membership for the lie-
tailors' association of Omaha Is to begin
this weok. Harry Ilyah and Robert
RoStmtwelg are the chairmen of the two
hustling teams. They wilt work out the
membership hustling In the nature of n
contest between the teams. The goal la
tot nt 20f mr-mber for the association. As
the association Is only a llttta over a
year old and has accomplished some good
results In Its short existence, It Is ex
pected that the membership campaign
will result In swelling the membership
ROURKE TEAM HOME FOR
TWO DAYS OF RECREATION
The Omaha base ball oub has returned
home from Topeka, where they broke
even with the Kaws In a double bill
Sunday afternoon. Omaha was scheduled
to play at Topeka yesterday, but the
game was ployed Sunday, Today Is an off
day all over the league circuit, conse
quently the Rourkes wilt not play another
game until Wednesday, when they meet
Lincoln In the last series of the season.
KING-PECK WINS FROM
In & hotly contested ball game between
the King-Peck and Nebraska Clothing
companies' teams Sunday at Pontenelle
park the former won, with a score of 13
to 11. Bpth pitchers were hit a good donl
and the game was marked with .a number
of error. 3 1
' ' Oh lor, Trims MtlllgRn.
OHIOWA, Neb., Sept. .-(8poclal.)-Ohlowa
yesterday defeated Mllllgan on
the tatter's grounds, 14 to It. Ohlowa
ttobuled the number of hits that MUllKart
obtained, but numerous errors accounted
tor mttny ot Mllllgan's scores. Bcore:
Ohlowa ...... 0 4 0 4 5 1 0 0 3-18 21 7
Mlllgan 0 0 0 1 42 3 4 0-H 13 7
Home runt Stnrha. Three-base, hits:
W. Domolor., Andy Domeler. Two-base
hitst A. Domelor, W. Domoler, U Dom
eler. Struck out: Dy Domeler. 12; by
shafer. 3: by fielement. 4 by ntschllng, 9.
Hit by pitched ball: Petracek. Uattrries:
Ohlowa. A. Domeler, Bhafer and U,
Domeler; ItUllKan, Selement, Rlschllng
American Association ItciulU,
At Minneapolis- U.H.83.
Columbus 1 4 5
Minneapolis , 12 11 0
.Patterlre: Turner and Smith; Olmstead
At St. laul- n.H.K.
Louisville 0 ft 0
St. 1'auj , ..,.. 1
Datteries: Toney nnd Severold; Itelger
At Milwaukee U.H.E.
Indianapolis ,, .............8 4 1
Milwatikto 3 5 3
, llatterles! Works, Wetsel, Men and
Casey; Young and Hughes.
Key to the SUuatmn-Uea Advertising.
REDS AHDJHILLIES TIE
Ten-Inning Game Two and Two
When Called by Darkness.
OROH THE PARTICULAR STAR
Cume to lint Knur Time nnd Makes
As Mnnr Hit, One n Trro-IJnuwer
nntcu lut Ont ot (lame
In the Second.
Standing of Teams
Dea Moines S3 04 .557
Lincoln .... 80 71 ,530
St. .TosCDh. 74 73 .W3
Omaha .... 73 78 ,480i
TOpeKa .... ti 78 ,477
I0UX City, fi 34 ,m
94 6 .C31Ncw York.. 01 45 ,009
Phlta 80 4ft .G21
Chicago .... 73 60 ,545
rittsburgh . 72 tt ,(25
Ilrooklyn .. 89 76 .136
Boston SS 75 .430
Cincinnati . 59 82 .410
Wichita ... 53 63 ,337 Bt Louis... 48 94 .333
AM En. LEAGUE. AMEH. Aati'N.
CINCINNATI, Bopt. l5.-CncihnaU and
Philadelphia played to a tic, 2 to 2. In ten
Innings today, darkness preventing fur
ther play, llownn, a Cincinnati recruit,
purchased from the Dayton club of the
Central league, pitched oxcellent ball,
although he was hit safely In eevry In
ning but th enlnth. Wxey, who started
for Philadelphia, was not hit hard, but
Was' wild and was taken out at the be
ginning ot Cincinnati's half ot the sixth
Inning. Alexander succeeded him. The
latter allowed only one run.
The Phillies scored the first run In tho
third Inning on nKabe's three-baeo hit
and neoker's sacrifice fly. Thoy scored
their second run In the fifth on a single
by Kltllter, a sacrifice hit by Illxey and
an out by Knabe,
Cincinnati scored Its first run when
Q roll was hit by a pitched ball. Marsan's
single nnd an out by Hobllttcl sent 'Oroh
across tho plate. Qroh also scored the
locals' second run when he singled, stole
second and scored on Hobllttol's one-base
Qroh was tho bright particular star ot
the game, both In the field and at bat.
He came to bat five times and made four
hits, one ot them a two-bagger, the other
time being hit by the pitcher. Dates was
put out ot tho game In the second Inning
for questioning a strike called on him
by the umpire. Score;
isi enmr. ir. t r 1 e 0
1,10 0 !!!. Tt..., I -0 I ;t-
I I 1 WlckUnd, cf I 0 1 0 0
10 0 CUroh; tb 1 t 0
1 1 1 OMtruai, rt.i I t 0. 6
1 II 0 OIlOBlltttl. lb 4 17 1
1 1 I OEenn. 4 14 1
bbbssbL jIkA if .MsHLflLfls .Bsfl
Kattw, Sb... I
netker, cf,, i
Lot eel. lb,. I
Mugro. It... 4
cnvalh, rf. i
Ludcrtu, lb. 3
DooUn, .. 4
XlllKtr. 0.. 4
Mitt. n.... 1
AliaJr, p I
1 10 0 ODoJm, tb... M I It
000 oi.nr. c... 5 z i 1 0
10 0 OHowan. d. . . 3 0 0 0 1
ltnrumTn A A a A ti
Touii 11 to to no
I Tottli 10 11 30 Jl 1
Ran tor Egan In tho tenth.
Philadelphia ....0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0-2
Cincinnati 0 00010100 0-3
Two-base hit: Oroli. Thioe.baao hit:
Knabe. Hits: Off Klxey, 4 In five In
nings; off Alexander, 7 In five Innings,
tiaorlfies hlti Illxey. Sacrlfloe Uyi
Docker. Stolen bases: Mngee. Qroh. Left
on bases; Philadelphia, 7; Cincinnati. 14.
uases on bai s; urr uixcv. 4: orr Alex
ander, 1; oft Rowan, 1. lilt by pitched
nan: uy luxey, uron. Birucx outi uy
Hlxov. 4: by Alexander. 4: bv Rowan, i.
Timet 3:12. Umpires: Eason and Iiren-.
(Hants Bamp Cubs.
CHICAGO. Sept. 16,-New York de-
featea Chicago today, 4 to 3, after a
hard-fought battle, which went thirteen
Innlnei. The wlnhlnr run war ROored hv
Fltichor. He opened the thirteenth for
New York with a single and. Dunns beat
out a bunt. Archer then tried to catch
Fletcher napping off seoond base and his
bad throw enabled Fletcher to reach
third. Ho scored a minute later on
Hhilfor'A sacrlflc r.
The league leaders had taken a two
run lead on singles by Snodgrass and
Doyle, a sacrifice hit by Fletcher, a sac
rlflce fly by Hums and Bhafer a single.
Tha rfatna seemed won until the ninth
Inning, when the locals rallied. Behutte
20 G AXIOM
Hammerless Repeating Shotgun
This new Winchester Is tho lightest, strongest and handsom
est repeating shotgun made. It weighs only about 5 H pounds,
yet it has surpassing strength, as all the metal parts are made
oi Nickel Steel, havinc about 50,000 pounds mora tensile
strength to the square Inch than ordinary steel. Tho re
ceiver is free from screws and unsightly pins to collect rust
and dirt and work loose, and its solid breech, closed at tho
rear, makes it extremely sale. It operates and works with
an ease and smoothness not found in similar guns of other
makes. It Is simple to load and uakMd, easy to take down,
being separated into two parts quickly without tools. For
pattern and penetration, it is fully up to tho established Win
chester standard of shooting quality, which has no superior,
skyoax dtaltr to thaw you on, er tend to WindusUtfltpcaU
lae rt Con .Ntw Cms., for UlitraUd circular.
A 20 GAUGE GUN FROM J3UTT TO MUZZLE
Phtla 38 43 .64:
Cleveland ..31 08 .583
Wash'ton ..78 59 .5(9
Roston .....70 5 ,8J
Chicago ....72 OS .514
Detroit 58 78 .431
St. Louis.. .63 H .389
New York.. 49 55
MirwauUeo .39 00 .597
Minneap'lls 92 62 .5j;
Columbus ..Bs e; .591
Louisville ,.83 97 .653
St. Paul 72 60 .474
Kan. City.. .63 88 .41
Toledo 62 90 .409
Indlanap'lls CO 92 ,391
filoux CUV, 4: Lincoln, 6.
Bt. Joseph-wlohita, postponed.
Philadelphia, 2: Cincinnati. It called o4
tenth lnnlngt drakness.
Jirookiyn-at. , Louis, postponed,
Now York, 4; Chicago, 3: 13 Innings.
Boston, fi-l, Pittsburgh! 5-0.
Chicago, 6: Washington. 0.
St. Louis, 3: Ooston, 6,
Detroit, 7; New York, 6.
Cleveland, 6; Philadelphia, 8.
Ixiutsvllle, 0; Bt Paul, 4.
Indianapolis, 2) Milwaukee, 3.
Toiedo-Kansas City, postponed.
Columban, 1; Minneapolis. 12.
Western L ague No games scheduled.
National League Philadelphia at lCn
clnnatl, rllooklyn at St Louis, New York
at Chicago, Boston at Pittsburgh.
American League Chicago at Washing
ton; St Louis at, Boston; Detroit at New
York; Cleveland at Philadelphia.
American Association Louisville at tit.
Paul; Indianapolis at Milwaukee, Toledo
at Kansas City, Columbus At Minneapolis.
SENATORS ARE SHUT OUT
lose Seoond of Series to Chicago by
rive to Nothing Score.
SIX HITS BUNCHED OFF OR00M
WAMhlnRton Unable to Do Anything
-with Ilucll When Svrt Menu
Ituiis Fent urn Catch by
Balentl sent In the visitors' final runs.
Manager Carrigan will be unable to
play further this season, his middle fin
ger of his throwing band having been
broken today, Score:
BT. LOtlta, DOSTON'.
Htiotton tt.. 4110 onheaic. rf,. 4
Auitln. tb.. 4 0 13 oEnjIt, lb.,. 4
Vrlt. Sb... 4 111 KBixxkir, cf. 4
Walker, It.. 4 i 0 OUwli, it... 4
WlllUtm, rt 4 1 I 0 OUardntr. tb. I
more In that Inning. Boston'! only. run
was scote.d, on .,a walk to Smith ana
singles by Huflolbr. and Muranville'ln the
eighth. Score; first game :
II. S S V V
WASHINGTON, Sept. 15.-Chlcago took
the second game from Washington today
by a score ot 5 to 0. Although outbatted,
the visitors bunched all six ot their hits
off Groom In the second, third and fourth
Innings, and these coupled with an error,
were good for five runs and the game.
The locals could do nothing with Russell
when hits meant runs.
Shaw, a recruit from York, Pa., relieved
Groom with none out in the fourth, and
held Chicago to one hit In five Innings.
Not & ball was batted tb the outfield
while he was on the mound. Love, from
Atlanta, Ga.. pitched the final Inning
for 'Washington and held Chicago score
less. Shanks, who recently returned to the
game after being laid up with a sprained
ankle, hurt his ankle again today sliding
into second base In the second Inning
and had to bo carried off the field. It Is
doubtful If he will be able to play again
A one-handed running catch by Collins
up against the fence was the fielding
feature ot the game. Score:
CHICAGO. ' WASHINGTON.
ill 11 n 1 i' in if 1 M
r uta vmtaa, AutiiiviAinr)
wHirer, .. 0 9 i OMMIlar, rf.. 4 0
toro. to 12lt OMiun. cf... 1 t
COllini. rf.. 4 0 11 OFoitsr. in.. 1 1
, ClUM. lb... 4 1 10 0 oCtnillt. Ib... 4 (
uoai,. ... a ill (morgan, lb. 4 i
Chtpptll. (4 i oi Olltnrr, c... J 1
BCiiMX, c. z 0 8 3 0 William,, a. 2
JMTftr. 2b.. 4 2 I 1 oshanka. If.. 1
ltuiMll, p.. l 0 1 OAlharatth. It J
Xt.r.nvll. .41111 lClrn.
Cgnntllr, It. 6 3 1 0 ODoIan, lb... 13 11
luM. lb i 1 11 0Waar. m. 4, 0 I 1
Mann, cf... 0 0 10 OVIoa, it).... i 1 1
Myeri, lb.. 4 0 10 e oWllton, rl . 4 o 3 0
Zlnn. of.... I 3 10 oMlller. lb.. 9 1 W 0
Durr. lb,, e o 6 o DllttchUl, cf 4 l 1 1
OrUflth, rt. 6 1 1 0 OSImon. e,... 4 1 I 4
Hmlth lb... 1 1 1 1 UMcQulllSB, p t I 0 S
tvhilln. 1 1 a I Oittnilrtl B. . 0 0 0 0
lUfliKn. o. I I 0 O'Utatt .1 0 0 0 0
Qulnn, p.,., 1 1040 TITItinT
T6taU.,...J4 10 ti 14 1
TflUli M II IT U 1 I
Hatted for Hemlrl In ninth.
Boston 0 0 12 0 0 0 0 36
Pittsburgh 0 02201000-3
Two-base hits; McQuillan, Milter,
Qulnn, Zlnn, Home run: Simon. Hits:
Off McQuillan, 11 in eight and two-third
Innings: oft Hendrtr, 1 In one-third in
jitng. Haerjtci hlUl .Miller, Mnranvllle.
Stolen bares: Dolan, Connelly, Qulnn,
Left on bases: Pittsburgh, 6 Boston. 9.
Bases on ball: Off Qulnn, 1 oti Mc
Quillan, 5. First base on errors: Bolton,
1; Pittsburgh. I. Struck out: By Qulnn,
4; by MoQuljlan 6. Wild pitch i Qulnn.
Time: 2:04. umpires: Byr.on and Rigler.
Score second game:
BOSTON. . I'lTTsnunait
Marantll. nil t 1 0Carr It.., 4 1110
I owagntr. if.
I oviax. .... 4
Connallr. If. 4 0 3
ftwtnr, lb. 4 0 0
Ufira, lb.,. 4 1 11
Mann, cf... J 0 I
Zlaa 10 0
Qrlfflth. if, I M
sraltn. JO... 1 i
0 0 1
, t McUrlde, . 3
ToUU.,,,.tl I IT 17 OOroom. p... 1
0 .0 0
0 0 0
.10 10 17 11 1
Batted for Shaw In eighth.
Chicago 0 l'liOOOOW
Washington 0 0 0 0 .0 0 0 0 .0-0
Two-basH hits: ltusscll, llenry. Three
base hit: Morgan. Hits: Off Groom, 6
In threo Innings; off ShaW, 1 In flvo in-
Tllngs: Off Love. 1 In nnA tnnlnsr. HnrH.
flco hit: Mllkn. Sacrifice files: Rodle,
weaver. Stolen bases: Collins, Lord (2),
Moellfr. Poubte plays: Collins to Chose;
Henry to McUrlde. Left on bases: Chi
cago. 3; Washington, 6. Bases on balls:
Off Russell, : off .Shaw, 4. Hit by
pitched bull: By Shaw, Weaver. Struck
out: JJy llussoil, 2: by Qrdom, 1: by
Shaw, tf. Wild pitch: Groom. Time:
JttV!, Umpires: 13vans and Kgan.
aiackiuen Defeat Nnps,
PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 15.-Phlladelphla
and Cleveland played a see-saw gams
here.. today, tha former winning, 8 to ti.
The home team took tho lead In tho thltd
inning by scoring four runs on a pass to
S. Murphy, singles by Collins, Baker and
Walsh, and Barry's double. Cleveland
scored six runs Irt the fourth. A pass to
Chapman, singles by Jackson, Lajole and
Johnston and Bush's fumble of Turner's
bunt scored two runs and left the bases
tilled. Plank took Bush's place and
Oraney cleared the baaaa with n itnuhlo.
0 tMi'lw!' lb!'.'. 4 i 7 l 0 i-nii'adelphla tied the score in the fifth
0 iW.aill. ifi I I 4 i e on niktfi being hit. his steal of second,
F. G. Hough, Sport
Writer and Base Ball
Magnate, is Dead
PHILAHELPHIA. Sept. 15.-Frank L.
Hough, sporting editor ot the Philadel
phia Inaulrer, died at .his home here to
day after a long illness. He was 55 years
old. Mr. Hough, as a sporting editor,
w&b known from coast to coast. At
various times he had a financial Interest
In both boxing and bake ball. When the
American Kague expanded to the east
In 1901, Mr. Hough was Instrumental In
Three-base hits: Covington, Balentl, i placing It on a firm foundation In thla
Lewis, Rehg. Sacrifice hits: Gardner, city and had much to do with bringing
Collins. Stolen basest Shotton, Speaker : .... f,nt ,h- N-finnni lmm mm
(2). Double play: Pratt to Covlngtoh. f "? . ifom lne Nuno.i 'eague 0er
ien on Dtises: t. TjoUIs, g; Boston, 4. l" " u5ouiuuu. utiu nu
Corloitn. lb 4 2 II 0 OYtrko. lb,. 4
Oaltntt, it.. 4 14 3 OWagntr, 4
Arntw. e... 4 o o 4 0Crrln, e, 3
viimau, p. t o o I ocadr, .e o
Warta- 1 0 0 0 0 Coll Ink, p.. 2
Totlt.....l5 I Jill 0 Totalt 11 U'fl II 2
Walker out, hit by batted ball.
Batted for Wellman in ninth.
St. Louis 0 0900010 23
Boston , 1 3 0 0 0 1 0 1 -
Two-baso hits: Walker, Lewis, Rehg.
Interest In the Philadelphia Athletics
until last fall, when he sold his stock io
Bases on halls; Off VVpllniAn. 1. Plrot
base on errors: fit Louis. 1. Struok out:
Bv cplllns. 6. Wild pltdh: Wellman.
Time: 1:40. Umpires: O'LaUghlln and
Tlfter Win See-Saw Gnme.
NEW YORKt Sept. l5.-Detrolt by win
ning from New York today. 7 to 5.
evened up the series here and prevented
Chance's men from moving into seventh
place. It was a seesaw contest. Detroit
won In the ninth when Willett doubled
wun iwo out ana arove in uidsoji ana xtiinrd oononnnioAoo ni 1 1 i
Utlca Rents Mllforfl.
, UTICA. Neb., Sept 16, (Special.) Utlcs
beat Mllford here , yesterday, 2 to 1.
Walters, Utlca's pitcher, allowed only on
hit. struok out twelve men and allowed '
only two men to reach second base. The
one hit Was not made until the tenth In-
nine. Score: R.H.E-
RaHOtn. a.. I 1 I
Ituoolsh. . 1 1 I
was hit by a pitched ball, but was forced
by Phelan. Ealcr hit the first ball pitched
to him for a home run, scoring Phelan
ahead of him and tielng the score. In
the twelfth Inning New York again took
the lead on Merklea double and a single
by Snodgrass. but Manager Kvers" men
tied It again on Baler's double. Goods out
nl Archar'a alnela.
Leach argued with Umpire Klem on the
caning or a inira airiKo miu t "u
(shod to the club house. Score:
NEW TOTtK. CHIt-AUO.
an. II n.A.B. AD. ll.O. A, E
ftaadrraa. ill 1 I 1 OMach. cf... 5 110 0
DotU. Jb .. I 1 2 OMIlltr. cf... t 0 10 0
natetwr. a. I 1 I I 0Xrr. 2b,., 4 113 0
noma It.. I 1 4 0 laSchult. IfO. 6 1 I 0 ,
ahattr. lb.. I I 0 I OFhaiaa. lb., I 1110
Httrrar. .. i ', '
M.ron e... I 0 I 0 OOooJ. rt 1110
Uerkle. lb.. I 1 I 5 OBrUwall, u. 4 0 3 I 0
T"i, ., 4 1 4 owtajran ...loooo
Itomava. m . u v v w v
TotaU 14 11 wrnbar 1114 1
Braltb. p.... 1 0 0 2
William, ..1 0 0 0 0
Larndr, p. 3 0 0 0 0
Totals,.... Tll'li 14 "I
Batted for Brtdwell In th twelfth.
Ratted tor Smith in the elgth.
Snoda-rass out hit by batted ball.
New York .....3 00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1
Chicago 0000 0 0 oo 2 o o l o-j
Two-base hits: rnsian. ueacn. wctuw.
Saier. Home run: Baler, "its: uix
Smith. In eight innings; off Lavender,
8 in five Innings. Sacrifice hit Kletoher,
Sacrifice nies; Bums. Shafer. Double
play: Tesreau to woyie to rKie.
on bases: mw xor. i .
V K.n. ntt Smith. 2. Hit by
Pitched ball: By Tesreau, Saler. Schulte.
fetruck out: By Tesreau. 8; by Smith, 1.
by Lavender, 1 Time: 2:30. Umpires;
Klem and Orth.
Divide the Double-Header.
nti-rannnnit'. Bot 15. Pittsburgh and
Boston broke vene In a double-header this
afternoon. Boaton by an ninth Inning
rally oame a two run leaa in ino im
game and soored three runs, winning 8 to
& whlU PltUburgh took the second
game, to 1. by hitting Rudolph hard,
with a twn run lead, two men out and
two strikes and Connelly in the ninth in
ning ot therirst same, aicwuman iwacu
line tne easiest aina oi inmr, w
tlcularly when Connelly on the next ball
pitched him hit a nice grounder towards
via, nut tha hall hit u. Debbie, shot
to or. side and went tor a hit. .Sweeney
singled and Ev:s walked. lining tne
bases. Klnn shot a two-bagger down tho
riant (laid line, scorlmr two men. Hen-
dfU went to McQuillan's relief, but
Griffith's single scored the winning run.
Qulnn. who pitched for Boston was
presented with a silver service by ad
mirer from Dubar, Pa., and after the tt
clung ftnlsh nc was carried off the field
on tha shoulder of hla friends.
Pittsburgh found Rudolph for fifteen
hits in the second gam while Adams held
Boston to lour In tha seventn uarrey
walked, stole second and third and
scored on ltarldtn'u wild throw Single
l .... r. Via V . 1 -
Miller and IMtchell gave PltUbunch three
0 IKallr. c 4 3 0 1 0
I lAOaiua, p... 4 1 1 I U
TetaU..,..3 li 3j"i"I
Total. tt 4 11 U 3
Batted tor Mann In the ninth.
Pittsburgh .........0 0 1 1 0 0 4 0 -
Boston 0 0000001 0-1
Two-baae hit: Dolan. Btolsn bases:
Carey (3), Dolan. Wagner, .Miller. Meyers
12), Rarlden. Lett on bases: Boston, S;
Pittsburgh, 1. Bases on errors: Boston,
ll Pittsburgh. L Baj.cs on .halls: Oft
Adams, 1; ott Rudolph, 3. Struck out;
By Adams, 7: by Rudoiph, 3. Time: 1:51.
Umpires: Rigler and-Byron.
BREAKS WORLD' RECORD
AT FIVE HUNDRED YARDS
S GAG IRT, N. J, Sept 18.-Captaln W.
H. Richard of Ohio today broke the
world's record for oonsecuuva bull's-eyes
on tho (00-yard rang, with slxteen-lnch
targets by scoring twenty-three without
a miss. Captain Richard was shooting
In tho Heney match at the International
and Interstate tournament Alter tie
made a perfect score ot ten he kaut on
shooting, according to tho rules ot the
Corporal R. B. Moore, marine corps,
was second with seventeen bull's-eyes.
Etlce V. Jevera of Argentine will win
the all-comers' expert match with a per
fect score ot titty, unless Lieutenant
Snyder or Lieutenant Jacobs ot the
United States Infantry change the re
sult when they shoot later.
The match for tha McAlpln trophy was
won In it final stage this afternoon by
the United States marina corps with a
total score of 1.050. Massachusetts wan
second with 1.037.
If ever there were two ball players who
only a year ago were considered among
the stars cf tha game, and who are slated
to spend but few more days In fast com
pany, tney are usra ana vnait oi in
White Sox Unless this Is just an off
year and tney win recover tneir icon oy
nxt spring, neither of these players la
apt to spend much, more of his time In
fast company. Both seem to hava. gone
back greatly, and appear to be on the
down grade both In batting and fielding
Btaad lit th Way.
It transpire that Jake McBrtdJ of Mil
waukee is the authority for the recent
statement that his brother, George, ot
th Senators, Is to be manager of the
Re4 Sox next year, Hs says that every
time that Washington plays In Boston
McBride stay at McAUer'a home. Uc
Aleer's chief argument to prove that Me
Rrtde wt'l not manage the Red Sox next
year Is an agreement with Bill Carrigan
tor the latter to do th work.
Walsh's alnirle unit twn wild iittrha hv
Oregg, With the bases filled and one
out in the seventh Houok, who started
to twirl In the fifth, was taken out.
uenaer went in and retired th
next two blllmrn without n rlln
Bender also retired his opponents In order
In the last two Innings, getting a record
ot live striKeouts. Philadelphia wen the
game In the seventh. Collins led off with
a triple and Gregg was succeeded by
Stelh. A wild Ditch scored Collins, whlla
Mclnnes scored on an error by Chapman
and Walsh's triple.
The efature ot the fielding was a won
derful one-handed leaping catch by
Turner, on which a double play was
made and oidrlng's catch of a liner off
Gregg's bat, on which Oldrlng ran to
second bass and made a imihl ni.v un
assisted. Score;" '
tlabOlO. cf. I 1 1 0 0R.Munh l l I ,i
iirnwio, sa i v u j juiariBK, li.. 0
..titoa, ri. 1 1 a 1 Vl-OUIIM 10,
Lkjola, tb.. 4 2 1 1 0 Dakar, lb...
Jahauoa. lb I 1 11 I ffVlclaata. lb
Turner, lb.. I 1 1 t owaiaa. cf..,
Oraaay. If., 4 10 0 Ofiarrr. ..
pNalll. a... 4 0 11 lBthani. e..
Orn, lioi onuin. e
Stacn. p,... tool OPIank. p...
Total, M 1 14 11 3ttan4r. p...
. I 0
t 1 0
7 0 0
0 0 1
0 0 0
hod walked. In five times up Louden
trot four bases on balls and wan hit bV
Warhop. Fisher was ordered out ot the
gamo in the third for protesting a called
ball and Warhop, who relieved him, was
ineffective. Both catchers, Sweeney and
McKee, were Injured and had to retire.
Manager Chance put two more recruits
On his lineup today. Outfielder Whitman
and Catcher Reynolds, both ot Houston.
Outside of tho battery Chance did not
have a man In- the lineup who was on the
club at the opening of the season. Score:
DETROIT. NBW YOItk.
nuih, la..., 4 0 I 8 oMalaal, tb.. I 1 1 I 1
Bautaan, 2b. 4 1 t 4 OHoldt-n, ti.. 4 14 0 0
Crawford, rf 0 1 2 o-IVhltotnn. It 2 0 I 0 0
Cobb, (.,.. 5 2 1 0 SWIIIUas. 10 4 2 0 0
Vracb. If... I V 0 1 aKnlirht. lb.. 112 5 0
McKce. c... till lOilnoolajr, rf 4 1 1 0 0
Olbaan 1 t 1 o ozaldar, 4 0 10 0
Onutow, lb. I 1 li 1 OBwcanay c. 2 0 1 0 1
LouOan, 3b. 0 0 1 1 tJnaynolia, e. 1 0 0 0 0
WllUtt. p,.. 113 3 jFlaher. p... 0 0 0 1 0
A ii -Sltrnop. p.. 1 D 6 0 0
Totau it it i , -:-r:i
i I Totla.....S0-.17-'7 2
DotrOU .,,.,0 1 2 0 i 0 0 0 T
New York 1 00802090-5
Two-base hits: Williams. Wlllett. Sac
rlfico hit. Knight. Sacrifice fly: Onslow.
Stolen bases! Onslow, Malset, Whlteman,
Cobb, McKee, Bush, Gibson. Loft on
buses: New York, i Detroit, 12, Double
play: Budh to Rau'man'to Onslow. Bas
on balls' Oft Fisher, 3; off Warhop, 3:
off Wlllett. 3. Utruclr out: B.y JTJsher. 1!
by Warhop, i; ny wuieit, i. mi oy
nlphid haiit Bv Fisher. Onslow: by
Warhop, Louden and Bauman. Hits: Oft
Fisher, 4 In two and two-thirds Innings:
off Warhop. 5 in six and one-third In-nl"ng-
Time: 2:0rt. Umpires: Ferguson
Ohance Says Dark
Days Are, Over
Batteries: Utlca. Walters ahd Klnne
mon: Mllford, Peterson and Rumler,
gtruck outi By Walters, 12; by Peterson,
8. Three-base hit: Leonard, 1. Umpires:
Baker and Holllnesworth.
Sidney- Beata Potter.
POTTER. Neb., Sept. 15.-(Speclal Tele,
gram.) Sidney dofeated Potter at Sidney
Sunday In a well played game, S to 2.
Rodman struck out ten men. Score:
Potter 00010010 0-2 23
Sidney 01004001 '-5 53
Batteries: Sidney, Symonedes. Closman
and Fine: Potter. Rodman and Gowlng.
NBW YORK, Sept 15.-The dark days
for the New York Americans are a thing
ot the past, In the opinion of Manager
Frank Chance. The Yankee Pilot de
clares that he feel much encouraged
over the recent work of the team.
"Of course, I wilt be glad If we get out
ot last place this week," said Chanca
yesterday, "but the feat Isn't of vital im
portance. I am more deeply Interested
In tho new players to be tried out With
the Idea of laying the foundations tor
next year. I am much encouraged over
the work bt the team Just noW and 1
feel pretty sure that the dark days have
"When I took holt ot the team I had
very little first-class material to work
with. The Bermuda trip was harmful,
too, and the crippled condition of the
pitchers, particularly Ford and Caldwell,
Was a big handicap, but we have made
progress In weeding out undesirable tim
ber to make room for new men who will
have a thorough trial this fall and again
in the spring."
TeUli 21 7 17 I 1
Batted for Plank in the fourth.
Cleveland 0 0 0 6 0 0 o 0 08
Philsdelhpla 0 0 4 0 2 0 2 0 -
TwoJaae hits: Craney, Lelbold, Barry.
Three-base hits; Collins, Yalsh. Hits:
Off Bush, 3 in three innings (none out
In fourth); otf Plank. 3 In one inning: off
ttoucK, 3 in two and one-third innings,
ott Bender, none In two and two-thirds
Innings, oft Gregg, 8 In six innings (none
out n seventh): off Steen. 1 In two In
nings. Sacrifice hit: Turner. Stolen
basos: Lelbold, Baker, Barry. Chapman,
Double plays: Turner to Johnston, Old
rng (unassisted). Lett on bases: Cleve
land, Philadelphia. . Bases on balls:
pft Oregg. 7 off Steen, 1: off Bush, l;
off Houck. X. First on errors: Cleve
land. 3; Philadelphia, 1. Hit by pitched
ball: By Gregg (Baker). Struck out: By
Gregg, S by Steen, 1: by Bush, 6: by
Bender, 5. Wild pitch: Gregg. 3; Steen.
1. Time; 2:30. Umpires: Plneen and
Red Sox Trim Browns.
BOSTON, Sept IS Timely batting by
Rehg and Lewis enabled Boston to de
feat St. Louis, ( to X Lewis drove in
the first Boston run In the opening in
ning. Rehg tripled with men on first
and second bases In the second and
scored himself later on a wild pitch. In
the sixth Lewis doubled after Speaker's
single and steal. Speaker scoring. Lewis
got his fourth hit out or as many times
at bat In the eighth Inning, but was
forced at second oy Gardner, who ulti
mately scored on Warner's drive. A
fumble by Rehg of Covington's grounder
In the seventh inntng put the batter on
third and scored St Louis' first run on
oilman's out An error by ISngel In
the ninth and Ulplea by Covington and
Wonld Not Waive YerUes.
A tew weeks ago the Boston club asked
for waivers on Steve Yerkes. the young
second baseman, and the Athletics re
fusod to waive on hint Waivers were
then withdrawn and Boston kept him. It
la rumored now that waivers have been
asked again, with the same result as
hfnr. all clubs nasalntt him un except
i a a i the Athletic club, and the Boston man
o o. o o o ! agement is said to be pondering the .ques
tion or idling; nun in. inrj u in
tended to make a trade with htm to a
minor league club.
Increases His Value.
Pntcher Edgar Wlllett of the Tigers has
perfected an under arm delivery that la
said to be almost Identically the sort
used in the olden days when pitchers
were forbidden to get their hand over the
shoulder. It has worked like a charm,
too. and Hughey Jennings says the vet
eran has Increased his value 0 per cent
with the new shoot
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