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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATt'BDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1913.
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Chief Meyers in His War Togs
LOPES LOSE CONSISTENTLY
St.'Joicph Takcs'Entire Series from
the - Lincoln flayers.
C)RE TTD FIVE INNINGS
Oaan CnlleeVnt Kn of Blxth Inning
"wst Account of Darkness, nnd
Contest Is FlnyeA In
. ' Rain.
ST. JOSEPH, Sept M. Rt Joseph .took,
today's game j and the series from Lin-
con. For five .Innings the icoro was
tied, but in the sixth Claua became wild
an, bases on' balli .coupled with hits
gave the. Jocals . seven rune. The gamo
w&a called at thl end of tho 'sixth' on
account of darkness. The Kama was
placed through a hrlzzle of rain. It was
IJkcoln's last appearanco here- fov the
mseoa. Score: - v
Lloyd, 2J.. 3
Ilader, 3b S
Cole. Cf ,.. 3
McCormlck, If 3
MUllen, Ib.., , 2
MUle. rf..... ........ 3
Bowling, as z
Baker, c... .......... 3
Clause, p. 2
Kelly, If..... :
zwiiHmr. cf.., 4
QymV. Ik , 3
KoewMntr, M...t,... 4
'.uinlan, is.,., 1,
Jefktes. V ,
WatWM ............. 1
..21, -3 "i
AB. It. H,
,. 3 1
'3 1 1
Btt(l fw JmltfeM In sMh.'
, OJ 0
. i. e
t.lkln , e 0
Ht. Jeewrit 0 :S. 7--
karntd ruM2 Idneeln. S: 8t Joeeph, S.
iTft on tMe: UeeM. 7! U Joseph, d
TWwVmww hlt;,Kolly, Weetersll, Watson.
Stolen basee: Qyxil, Koeppmtr,- ecnang.
MtrueK outs y Clause. ; oy oenKin, a
Bates on ok yiauss, , 954
kins. 1. W1U5 ptteh: Clausj. JUt by
pitched balU By Claass, Westorsll. Tlmo:
i:S. Umplrest Colllflower and Kemrton.
ORIEZLIKS WIN KA8Y OAMB
CbwaKeU Kaoekm Twenty-Sixth
Homer of Season,
IOtWC' CITY, la., 8ept 19.-ailbart(heW
Alonx City to seven scattered hits today.,
while the Denver players bunched on
both Klein and Wheatley, winning easily
by A score of 6 to 2. Lester Channell
kn6ckd his twenty.alxth home run of
the season today, Score:
AB. IU II, O.
Cetney, 2b .6 . t ,
Wcd, If 0 0 0
Smith. M i 0 fl 6
Ca4fl. 9 0 1 3
tVMe, Cf ....... (
BuriM. Ik m J e X-
MsrefceJl. rf .1 1,0
M, jy J J J
wHr. ,........ 1 0
viwn e 0
n ! ..S6 2
SSre, If 4 0
Chtiwell, cf 4 ,2
uiclwr, ib 4 1
fMhr. c S t
JOaton. rf 5 1
Coffey, m ........... t 0
ristir. lb 2 0
Gilbert, p 4 I
7 ' !? IS
that'll be about
ALL op tUt
OT ME A NEEDLE
. AND THREAO-THEN
SENATORS MEAT TIGERS
Washincton Recruit from Atlanta
Pitches His First Game.
HIT HAST) SY DETROIT SLUGERS
Boelillnar Hurls Last Trro Inntngfl'
nnd Holds "Visitors Snfe Com
t'ck ThroTTS Oood Qamt
WASHINGTON. Bopt. 19,-Pltcher Love,
a recruit from Atlanta, who stands six
feet seven Inches, started his first gamo
for Washington today and was returned
the winner over Detroit, 2 to 1, In tho
last game of the season between the two
teams. Tho pitcher was hit hard and'
got Into many holes durlnff the seven
Innings ho was onthe mound. Detroit
had thirteen men left on .bases, eleven
rol them being stranded during Love's
regime, the hit needed to win always
falling to materialize. Boehllng pitched
tho last twtf innings for Washington and
held Detroit safe.
Washington's first run was helped
along by Detroit's only error. Moeller
hit In front of the plate and MoKee, m
fielding the ball, threw over
head, Moeller taking third..
stock, 6 In seven Innings; off Love, S In
seven innings; off Boehllng, 1 In two In
nings. Stolen bases: Bush (2), Cobb.
Double play: Bush to Onslow. Left on
bases: Detroit. 13: Washington. 3. Bases
on balls: Off Comstoclc, 1; off Lovq. 21
off Boehlln, 1. Bases on errors: Detroit,
2. 8truck out:. By Comstock, 4; by Love.
l. Time: 1:15. Umpires: Dlneen and.
DESHLER GOOSES HUBBELL
AND GIVES DEFEAT, TO OAK
DESHLER, Neb., Sept. 19. (Special
Telegram.) Deshler shut out Hubbell at
Byron's big fair Thuroday, 6 to 0. Tho
features of the game was the pitching
of Newman and Jepson of Deshler.
Hubbell 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 ,2 W
Deshlor 2 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 MiO !
Batteries: Deshler. Jepson, Newhiun.
and Durham; Hubbell, Sholl, Bowman
and Gleason. f
Brunnlng plays here Sunday for a
purse of $200. This will be the last game
of the season. y
Deshler defeated Oak at Deshler
Wednesday, 7 to 4. The feature of 'the
game was the batting of Durham', of
Deshler, who secured a three-base hit
and a homo run. Score: -H.H.E.
Oak 0 002 20000-493
Deshler' X 0 0 1 4 0 1 0 7 3
Batteries:' Oak. Dili and Richardson;
Onslow's Deshler, Dull and Durham.
11.' 6. a:, e.
1 1 0.1
0. 0 0 0
8.' 1 0.0
10 6 0
18 0 0
3 S 0 0
0 13 0
0 11 0 0
10 3 0
This photograph shows, the. IxubIcv Indian backstop of tho
Now York Gitmts aB,ho appenrs-in action to Hundreds of thous
ands of fans on tho National league circuit-. Smco tho ocoilent
Totals ac n 11
Batted for Klein In tho seventh.
Denver ............ ,0 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 24
Sioux city 0 01000100-3
Left on base: BIoux City. S; Denver,
7. First base on error: bsoux city, two
barf hits: Channel!. Gilbert. Bonn,
Three-base hits: Butcher, Bpahr. Home
run: ChannelL Stolen bases: Marshall.
Coffey. Hits; Oft Klelo. 6 In seven In-
nlnsrs: off Whcatler. 2 In two Innings.
Btruck out: By Klein. 4l by Gilbert. 3:
by Wheatley, 2. Bases on balls: Oft
Klein. 4; oft Gilbert, 2; off Wheatley, 2.
Passed ball: Bapp. Time: 1:45, Umpire
With Races at Fair
e!OUX CITY, la.. Sept 1.-Ilaln dur
ing the forenoon made the going difficult
on the closing day of the Interstate fair
race. Miss Newaure won the free-for
alt Pice. Bho captured the first, second
and fourth heats from Capital A, who
won the third. Summary:
Free-for-all tnce. nurse t&A: lilt New.
sure, won; Capital A. second; Cambrlde
Belle, third; Alice Maud, fourth. Beit
Trotting. 2:39 class, purse $1,000: - Merlo
Me, wee; The Temptress, second; Spartan
Queen, third; The Comet, fourth. Beat
Runalnff. his furlonea. uurs e 1230: . The
Boo u t, won; UetUe Bemnd, second; Emma
xKewan. wira, y outiou. r.me itn'gni
tn Many coiorsauo ran. Time, ;;i$vi.
n sVerihnco Defet Hooper,
HOOPKB, Sitlt.. Sept. U.-tSpedaL)-Hooper
Io to Serlbner. to S Wednewlay.
Th. feature of the game was the umpir-
ina, wmen -whs eo roiien it was ltusjit
Me. The seore: IT.II.Z,
HfXi&W e 0OO1O2O O-i 6
KcrlhW 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 M II
n JlAttediw: Hooper, Alderman and Kran
ioar; oenener, iiinwiey ana ncrr.
-. . . - T.
wnen Milan singled. In the al.ii .oeller
walked and on the hit and run went
to third when Milan again hit safely. Ha
scored a .moment later on an out Bush
scored Detroit's only run in the seventh.
He. singled, stole second, went to third
on an out and scored on an error.
Corotock, who started for Detroit,
pitched good ball' for soven Innings and
ordinarily would have won his game. Ho
gavo way to a pinch bitter. Score!
ran?i)I,?' . - WASHINGTON.
.. AB.K..O.A.K. AB.H.O.A.B
Du ...... I 1ST OKoeller, rf.. 3 1 I 0 0
to, a , u.vMiias. CX.....4
Cmfert. ril 1 1 0 OPoeter, Jb...
Oobb. cf t 110 eOtndll. lb... t
Vh. Jf....4 0 1 O.OMorrin. Ib.VS
McK. e..., 4 i 4 S. lAlmmlth, 0. 3
upsiow. id., s 1 12 0 OHenrjr, o.... 0
O4aor. lb.. 1 0 3 0 OStwncM-, r 3
Louden, lb.. 4 0 0 2 OVnnfl..
Oomstock. pl 1 0 ) Olorn, p j
p. P.... 0 1 0 ODoehllns, p.. 1
.....A V V V U ' ' " '
1 Totali..,..!! (27 14 I
ToUls t 9 14 13 1 f"
Batted for ComstocTc In the eighth.
Washington 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 -2
etroic 0 0000010 01
Two-baso hit: McKee. Hits: OffCom-
tohis finger, in Pittaburgh, several weoks(ago,'the "Chief" has
been taking, very good cafo of himself, as ho. intends to bo in
prime condition for the big series with the Athletics next month.
DEKYER CLUBMAY BE SOU)
Bumor Has it that McGill Buys tho
HENDRICKS ALSO IS TO GO
Mctlltl Kenerve" JHnnaser Hendricks
and Konr Denver rloyers to His
Own Use S'mtth Gets
According' to Jack Wilson In . the Den
ver Post, It Is almost a certainty tnai
the Denver Base Ball duh will notSoft
headed or owned next year by Jimmia
McOIll, and that Jack Hendricks, man.
sger of the Bears, will not be witn tne
It is also stated by Wilson mat Jimmie
McQltl has Juit about closed negotiation
to nurchase the Indianapolis emu or tn
American association in consideration ot
It seems thai stcum oiierea noi yrs
of jkh Indlsnapolia club $1SS,OQO. and then
m ud tne ante to huj.vm. -airf
out for $178,000 and $12,000 additional ,fo
Mike Kelly, manager. McGlll refused to
nav this and called tho deal oir, dui
Myers reconsidered his action and ttereou
to ell for $160,000, providing the other
$15,000 could be dispusod ot to Indian-apc-lla
business men. McGlll, seeing, the
value of having soma local money In
vested, agreed to this compromise, " and
the much-talked of "Indianapolis deal"
lias virtually been closed.
With McGlU's purchase of tho Indian
apolis club the automatic sale of the
Ptnver club to Eddie Smith, the well
known Chicago sport writer, will follow.
Th purchase price ot th Denver club
has never been tuade public, but Smith
will set little more than the franchise
and leas; with but u few years lcnsej
to run on the Broadway park. MnGUl. In
be Channell, Butcher nnd
Joe Lotz to Work for
Omaha. fans will have another chance
to see Joe Lots, the Omaha boy who has
been pitching In the Nebraska Btate
league. this season, work In an Omaha
unlfonn. Joe has been .taken back by
Pa Bourke and will bo. given' a chance
to make good with the team. He will
work in his first gamo today against
the Wichita club. Lots heaved good ball
In the state and lead the league in bat
ting. When the State league season closed
Hourke had the choice ot the Kearney
team 'and -took Joe Lots back. Joe Is
popular with the fans and should draw !
a large crowd to the game today. It
will bo the first ot a 'three-game series
with the Wfchles:
On Sunday a double , header will be
played and the game scheduled for Mon
day will be called oft. Lineup, for the
Kane First Hughes
Schlpke. Second Uurke
Urubb Third rJmlth
Justice Short napp
Coyls Left s-... Nicholson
Thomaaon Center Mlddleton
Conealton Itlifht Dills
Johnson Catoh Wacob
Lots Pitch uurnaro
Standing of Teams
WEST. LEAGUE. I
uenver 97 s .bsi
D. Moines.. 85 6t .Dfil
Lincoln ....&0 74 &20!
St. Joseph. .77 74 .61M
Omaha 74 78 ,M
Topeka 71 SO .470
aioux cuy.. 87 .z
New: York... 03 48 .6T1
Phlla. 80 tl .611
Chicago .....SO 61 .(61
Plttsourgh ...J 65 .52!
Brooklyn ...60 76 .441
Boston HOB .434
Cincinnati -.62 84 . 425
WOl.JSClSt. IxU!s....49 9S .340
Rain Stops Game
TruXn from the Great Fall team ot the
uiutMluut. trff til inlnn, l..mia
trca wis reeora or tourteen straight I seiung tn? iRvr ciu, nHrira aunjsc.
wins, lite last tame, pitched on Septem- Hondricka and four other players for his
fcer it. airlfBy idnohlBg. the ynloa as-nn u Thlu ou ,,i. wm un.
-Brooklyn Is flirting with Leo Jones,
tar outfielder of the St. Louis rederals."
says a tit. Louis note Jones' right name
ts Witter and last season he was In the
South Atlantic league and It Brooklyn
wants htm. It will have, to satisfy the
club In organized ball which holds his
' To Go on WorWi' Toar.
Boh Bescher of the Cincinnati Iledt
and Heinle Zimmerman ot the Cubs hRX
agroca to accompany 1110 uianis on 1110
world's tour f the GlahU and White
I'hlla. 80 49 .04S1 Mlnneaplla
Cleveland .S2 o .ST7 Milwaukee
wash SI 61 .570- Columbus
Boston .... 12 tS .&! Louisville
Chlcaito ...7S 71 ,607 St. Paul.
S3 63 ,m
91 63 .191
S7 68 .bO
85 6S .SU
73 S3 .46i
Detroit ....62 $0 .4371 Kan. City.. 65 SO .42
New York.61 87 .370 Toledo 65 91 .4
Bt. Louis... S3 9t .3CS Indlanaplls C3 93 .400
Denver, 6; BIoux City. 2. .
Lincoln, 2; St. Joseph; 9. ' ,r
Wlchlta-Dea Moines, postponed; rain.
. NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Boston. 1; Chicago, 6.
Brooklyn, 0-2; Cincinnati, 11.
Now York. O-I: EL Louts. 1-0.
Phlladelnhta. 2.3: Pittsburgh. 3-3. Sec
ond game called end ninth; darkness.
Chicago-New York, nostnoned: rain.
Bt Ijouli-PhlUdelDhla. pottponed: wet
uttrou. 1; wasnington. z.
Cleveland'Boston, postponed; rain.
St Paul, 0; Toledo, X
Kansau City, 61 Louisville, i.
Milwaukee. ?; Columbus. 0.
Owing to Wet grounds the last game ot
tho season with the Topeka Kaws, which
Was scheduled for yesterday afternoon.
was called off. -
The Rourkes havo but six games left
to play now .on the home grounds. Three
of these are with -Wichita and three with
the Bears. Two of the Wichita games
will be played Sunday. Eddie Justice,
captain ot the Rourkes, Is now after Bt
Joseph's goat, and says his bunch will
finish In fourth place or better. The
real test for this place will come on
October 4 and 6, when tho Rourkes meet
St Joseph In the last games of the
Wostern League Denver at 8t Joseph,
Lincoln at Des Moines, Wichita - at
Omaha. Topeka at BIoux City. ,
. National League Boston at Bt. Louis.
Brooklyn at Pittsburgh, New Xork at
nmninnKtl. Phlladelnh'a at Chicago.
American League Chicago at Boston.
St. Lcula at Washington. Detroit at
PhlladtlDhla. Cleveland at New York.
American Association St Paul at. To
ledo. Minneapolis at Indianapolis, Kansas
City at Louisville, Milwaukee at Columbus.
10 3 0
0 3 6 1
0 6 0 0
0 0 10
0 3 0 0
0 13 1
0 0 0 a
BOSTON SCHOOL: BOY TIES
BIRTISH GOLF PROFESSIONAL
BROOKLINB, Mass., Sept 19.-Franclsi
Oulmet, the Boston High school amateur
golf player, tied Harry Vardon and 'Ed
ward Ray, tho English professionals, at
the - seventy-second hole In the fourth
round of the American open golf cham
pionship at the Country club today. Each
of the three had a total score ot 304 and
each) played the "fourth round' In seventy
nine. T.hey will play off the . tie tomor
Lonar Time 'Winning;.
When Brooklyn beat Pitcher Robinson
of Pittsburgh on' September- 9 It 'was 'the
first game tho Dodgers had won from
him In three years. At that he lost be
cause his team could not hit behind him.
Catcher W. A. Meyers, recently secured
by tho Chicago White Sox from Winona,
has been released- to Lincoln. - He' should
not be confused with Catcher Mayer, re
called from Birmingham.
0 You Know Anything
0RKIN BROS, TEAM TO
PLAY AT BENNINGTON
To decide whether the Bennington,
Neb., base ball club is superior to that
or the Orklns' Bros., team, a post-season
game will be played at Bennington
Sunday between these two rivals. To
date each team has won one game and
the comtng contest ts to prove conclu
sively that- one team has it on the
other. Manager Welse of the Orkin team
says he will uye his legular llne-u? and
will not hire any new men. John Knutson,
the regular twlrler for the local team,
wilt bo out of the Ineup, but a recruit
wU be sent to the mound.
The Cincinnati team Wilt be busy during
the week of September 23, though It has
five off days. Exhibitions have been
booked as follows: September 22, Hamil
ton: sDtember 23. Versailles: September.
24, Troy; September 25, Piqua; September
26, Belief ont sine. En route to Bt. Louis
later the Tlnks play Columbus on Sep
tember 30; Terre Haute, October 1. and
Kansas City. October 2 and 3. They wind
cp the season by playing two games with
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