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Jeff Is Still Looking for an Unbreakable Hat
tfflN iNDeVtKUCYtBUS.
HKT YOU UiANV IS T 9
WLL YOU KNOW UJHfVr
ROO&H UJOR.K. AN fiMVO
MUST kTrNtAO WITH A TWO-TON
MMCHING RtblNfc OM (T.
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hkt oot of our. tir.c r
OMAHA GLOUTSOUT VICTORY
Eourkcs Make Five Buns in One
Kound and Win, Nine to Five.
EVERYBODY HITS IN THIRD
ISrerjr noarke MakM Safe Swnt In
Third Strain Except Schlpke
nnil n Krunll Omatm
Wins.
Bill Schlpke was tho only Rourke who
didn't Join tho procession In the third
stanxa of yesterday's battle, but Bill
more than mado up for hid delinquency
In that respect by gobbling divers drives
and bounders off tho ground, thus
muchly assisting Mr. Walter Slagle. new
addition, In keeping the Boosters from
overcoming; the lend attained In tho third
Inning by tho, procession. Tho procession
was eight hits, each member of the squad
being one-eighth of tho procosslon, and
flvo runs. As Omaha had copped two In
the first Frank lsbcll thought It time to
hoist Mr. Klnsella from the pastime and
he substituted a beardless youth named
Collier, Collier allowed a couple of more
counts, but settled down after that and
no more runs were made by Omaha.
However, no more wore necessary, as the
combat culminated, 9 to S, Omaha.
The third. Inning was a Joy to behold
and the lady bugs present exhibited slgnh
of elation by howllner with great glee and
expression. The lady bugs' have now seen
three victories In a row, a feat never
before paralleled In the history of Omaha
base ball, and they were accordingly
happy.
Arilo Thomason opened tho Inning with
a neat little blow to right. Fred Thomas
next busted the pill to center for three
sacks, coontlng Tommle ahead of him.
Congalton's wallop to right scored
Thomas and Wnrd'a three-bag clout
counted Conny. Ward tallied on Crosby's
blnglo to left, but Willie Leo was cap
tured trying to make second. Slagle,
who, contrary to patching ethics, failed
to strike out once during the fray, poled
a single and went to second on Schlpke's
Infield out, Dunlop's single advanced
him a bag and King's drive to center sent
htm home for the fifth count of the
ound. In the meantime Mr, Collier ap
peared on the scene and Thomason mada
the third out.
Tlnimterfi Mnkr One.
The Boosters opened the battle with ono
run. Hunter tripled to center and Breen
was walked. That gallant pair then
pulled a double steal successful and
Hunter went over.
In tho Rourke halt of that Inning Dun
lop singled, went to second on Krug's In
field out and then proved his worth ns a
ball player by daringly going home on
Thomason's Infield hit Dunlop went all
the way from second, but he made It
with a margin to spare. Thomas and
Congalton walked and Thomason scored
on Rellly's muff of Ward's grounder.
Dunlop's error and singles by Ewoldt
and Hahn counted ono for the visitors In
the second. In the fourth Dunlop's error
and Kwoldt's blow counted nnother for
Des Moines, but the Rourkes got this tally
back In the same round and one fqr good
measure. Thomas singled, Hahn muffed
Congalton's fly to right and Crosby
doubled to right, scoring both men.
From then on Omaha subsided, due to
the persistent efforts of Mr. Collier, but
tho lehells could only make two more and
that was far from enough. In the sixth
Tex Jones boosted one over the center
Held wait for a circuit clout and in the
eighth O'Rourke'a triple nndvBurrcll'
sacrifice fly netted one.
Dontilr lltll Tod nr.
Today a double-header will be played
4th the first game called at J o'clock.
1 lTBob BurnsI V
;'J Little Bobbie
As Omaha has taken two out of three.
Johnny Gondlng predicts that the doubla
bill wilt enable the locals to make the
series four out of five. Score:
OMAHA.
AB. n.
flohlpke," 2b
Dunlop, mi.
,. 3
,. 6
,. 6
.. 3
,. 4
i. 3
Krug, ir
Thomason. ct..
Thomas, 3b
Congalton, rf...
Wan . lb..,
4
Crosby, o 4
Slagle, p 4
Totals 25 9 12
DES MOINES.
AH. n. ir
iinnn, rr n
Hunter, cf
ueil y. as
Brccn. If....
Jones, lb
uaiey. c
O'llourko. c.
nun oil. 3b..
Ewoldt, 2b..
Kineci a. n..
Collier, p 2
onaw i
Totals 37 6 10 24 13 3
'Batted for CnUUv in Ik. .1.11.
, - ... .'IV ...III. i.
Omaha
nuns ,...2 o
Hits i n
S 2
8 3
0 0 0
0 0 0
0 9
0 -12
1 0-S
1 3-10
Do Moines
nuns 1 l
Hits i 2
llOmfi run .Tnnss rrh. 1....
Hunter. O'llouru; TLn,..w."T m""'
base hits! Crosby. Hunter.' Hoi
aSSlSFl B";cc";,T'0mason. Bacriflco hit:
basos: Omaha, 7; Des Moines, 7. Struck
OUt: By filnnlo. 4! bv i.?.
80,ir',k, rnM n balls: Off sikgle,
nof.SiIvJn,'elI?'.2! off Collier, 2. Hits
iHJfln"aA,,n lwo .MA one-third ln
?m5?J ColUer. 4 in five and two
inlrus Innlnirs. k.ii. h.i...
Tlmo: 1:55. Umpires: Clark iN,r- y'
. ; v"- - i
IUlKOnS DEFEAT ANTISI.OPK3
Kutt PUrhera Batted Hard, bat Arc
Olven Fnnltless Support.
..ItIC0VN' .Neb" Jl,no S6.-E!ght errors
iUPt2"l Plyr today brought about
their defeat y Topelia by a score of 8 to
Lrrw v U,nf P,tcnrs were batted
port So y Were 8 witless sup-
UNCOLN,
ATI
H.
2
1
1
3
3
3
1
0
0
O. A. B.
Aicaarngan, ss 4 1
Schrelber, 3b, B 1
Mullen, lb , b 1
Miller, cf 4 0
Smith, rf ..4 1
Collins, If 4 0
Behcr, 0 3 0
Klimnn, p 3 0
Totals 7 B
TOPTCKA.
u Ab. r.
Cochran, ss 4 2
12 27 11 8
H.
1
1
3
0
2
0
3
1
0
0
O.
4
2
3
6
4
0
3
6
0
0
A.
1
0
I
0
0
3
4
1
' 0
0
i-ous, cr 4 1
Porsythe, rf 5 2
Koerner. lb 4 1
Banns. f 5 0
Tafllon, 3b b 0
LMtlmore. 2b 1 !
McAllister, e 1 n
BelslRl. p 3 0
Higglnbotham, p..,. 1 0
Totals 39 8 10 27
Lincoln ......0 0 n a 1
10 0
0 0-6
0 1-5
Topeka 0 0 0 1 1 3 2
anrnea runs: Lincoln. 8: Towka. 4.
iinma rlU?: Klmore. Three-base hit:
"iiicr. wg-unie nils; nmitn, Uolllns,
juionic. ununmre, unnps. Left on
bases: .Uncoln. 9; Topeka, 7. Stolen
base: McQafflgan. Sacrlflco hits: Poii
fr0.6".'. firvJ out! By Ehman. 3: by
Bclslgi, 3: by Higglnbotham. 3. Bases on
" Fit nnn, i: oir Heisigl, 4,
Time: 2:03. Umpire: McCqfferty.
SAVAGES tOSn TO DHUMMKUS
Sloaz llnrlrrn Hit Hard, While,
Thomas Hold Visitors Safe.
ST. JOSEPH. Juno 2. Sioux City
Wieners were mi hard while Thomas was
holding the visitors safely. The locals
won ana toox second place, score:
SIOUX CITY.
AB. R. H O. A. E
cooney, ID 40124
Bramble, rf 1 0 0 0 0
White, rf..., 3 0 3 0 0
Kane, lb 4 0 19 0
H. a A. E.I !JSS&iWiSM
4 0 3 3 6 0 mfmmi
1 0 0 0.
0 0 0 0
THE BEE:
YGS, MUTT,
MOT ONC"Y
HAS T-SH
U(Ne? BUT
ka
Columbia Varsity Crew, Winner of Poughkeepsie Regatta
B,ow, II. Naumer: No. 2, A. C. Botwelli
No. 3, 15. I, Williams; No. 4, V. Sanborn;
No. 6, Steddlford Pitt: No. 8, Norman
Uratton; stroke, C. O. McCarty; Cox, It.
LeJeune. If..,
0
0-
0
2
1
1
4
1
Balrd. cf
Bmlth, ss ,
Callahan. 3b.
Crisp, c
Walte, c ,
Withers, d.
iizeil, p o
Totals 33 1 7 21 13 4
ST. JOSEPH.
A.N K. H. O. A. E.
Watson. 2b 6 2 4 S 0
Kox. If , B 2 2 2 0 Q
Watson, cf 4 2 1 0 0 0
Patterson, lb... 4 0 1 11 0 o
Britton, 3b 3 0 0 0 10
wuiiams, ri. ........ 401300
Wall, ss 3 0 0 1 2 1
scnang, o 4 3 3 4 2 0
Thomas, p 3 10 0 10
Totals 35 9 13 27 11 1
Sioux City 00000010 0-1
St. Joseph 00104400 -?
Two-base hits: CrlSD. Schanir. Fox.
Left on bases: Sioux City, 7: St, Joseph,
Stolen base: Sohang. Sacrifice hit:
Thomas; Hits: Off Withers. 9 In four
and one-third innings. Double play: It.
Watson to Patterson. Struck out: By
Thomas. 5; by Ezell, 1. Bases on balls:
Off Withers, 1; oft Thomas, 1. Time: l:.0.
Umpire, btockdale.
WICllt&ft I.OKR TIIinD OA SI IB
Schrelber Slysterj- to Jobbers
Tin
Ninth Frame.
tUTITTT A Van Ti.k. W VIV.lln lul
the third game of the series to Denver
In a ragged game, Barney Schrelber was
mystery to Wichita until-the ninth In
ning, when a rally of throo hits netted
three runs. Score:
WICHITA.
AB. B
H.
0
0
2
2
1
1
0
0
0
1
1
0
A.
3
0
3
1
3
0
1
1
2
0
1
0
Bapp, ss 4
Nicholson. If 4
0Rourke, 2b 4
Ochs. 3b , 4
Henry, lb 4
Bills, cf.
Bossolonl.
rf.
Jones, o
demons, p....
uurnam, p....
Lambert, p....
Graham
Totals 31 4
DENVER.
AB. R.
S 27 14
H.. O.
Fayo, 2b 6 2
Cassldy, rf 6 2
0 2
Etiamgton. ct ,. 6 2
Butcher, if & 0
Barbour. 3b.. S 0
Flchor. lb 4 1
Spahr, c 2 1
uiock, c t 1
Schrelber, p & 2
Totals , 45
13 17 27 10
Hatted for James In the ninth.
Denver 0 0 2 0 4 6 1
0 0-dJ
0 24
Wichita 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
Left on bases: Denver. 10: Wichita. S.
Sacrlflco hit: Butcher. Two-base hits:
Spahr. Cassldy, Butcher, Coffey, Usher,
ochs. Tnree-Dase nils: uassmy,
Bills,
Home run: schrelber. stolen
banes: i
Faye, Cassldy, Eddlngton, Barbour, Gra
ham, Fisher. Hits: Off Clemons, 8 In
four and two-thirds Innings: off Durham,
4 In one and two-thirds Innings: oft Lam
bert, 6 In-three innings. Double plays:
Flahor to Coffey: Eddlncton to Fisher.
Struck out: By Schrelber, B; by demons.
by Durham. 1: by Lambert, 1. Base
on balls: Off Schrelber, 3; off demons,
2; oft Durham. 1; off Lambert, 1. Passed
ball: Jones. Time: 1:22. Umpire; oaa
ton. NAVIN SAYS COBB WILL
STICK TO DETROIT TEAM
DETROIT. Mich., June 26. "All this
talk about Ty Cobb going over to the
Federal Is 'piffle, said Frank J. Navln,
president of the Detroit American league
club, today with reference to reports that
Cobb Is dissatisfied with local conditions.
" ......
prove that the unfortunate affair Satur
day was a mistake of the head and not
of the heart. When he geta back In the
game he will do everything he can to
make up for lost ground. To prove his
loyalty to me this year he signed a two
year contract when he could have merely
signed for one year and watched devel
opments In the Federal league."
Greeley Wtna In Tenth.
GREELEY. Neb.. June M (Special.!
The ball game Thursday between Greeley
and Scotia went to the -ilxth inning be
fore a score was made and this was tied
In the ninth, making a ten-lnnlns game
won by Greeley. 2 to 1. Batteries: Gree
ley, Holland and Dauge; Hcotla. Sautter
sno Amrnerman. mpiro w. J. iMite.
Southern Aatsoelstlun Results.
Chattanooga-Nashvlle. rain.
Mobile. 6: New Orleans. X
Birmingham, 3; Montgomery, U
Atlanta. 1; Memphis, 8.
OMAHA, SATURDAY, JUNE
IS ABSOLUTE LV
AND
U. Wood. The first varsity eight-oared
crow of Colombia university, photo
graphed on the Hudson at Poughkeepsie,
where Coach Jim Rice put the Blue and
KEARNEY WINSJN A RALLY
Sensational Finish Fats Kapitalists
One Bun to the Good.
BUTLER SCORES TWO ON HOMER
Sends Ball Over Center Field Fence
nnd Pnts Ills Team In the
Lead SlnKRini? Game
l'Inyed.
KEARNEY, Neb., June 23.-(Speclal
Telegram.) A sensational finish to the
game today when with two men out and
tho score standing 8 to 6, Butler put a
homer over tho ccnterfleld fence, scoring!
two men, won the game for Kearney. The
game was a swatfest all through, both
pitchers being hit hard. Home runs were
made by Butler. Drumm. Synek and
Schoonover and three-base hits by Wal
lace. The game was played In a bad
dust storm and play at times was dif
ficult. Klngdon replaced Wright In tho
eighth. Score:
OR AND I8LAND, KEAJINEY.
AU.ll.O.A.E. AD. ll.O. A. E.
Willio. If.. 4 111 OSynek. 3b,... 4 1 S J 0
notxn. lb.... 6 110 OAcock. 3b.... 6 0 1 5 0
Iyn. 3b.... 4 0 1 2 ODrumm, lb.. 4 S It 0 0
Brhonorr, c( t 4 & 1 OSchturen, ct.I 1 M 0
Wird, m 1 0 1 1 0Dutlr. rf.... 5 10 0 0
Vne. e t 1 1 0Mtnr. If.. J 1 0 0 0
Downey, rf . . 5 2 0 0 0 Woodruff. I 3 1 t 1
Clair, lb 4 t 1 1 OBrlckun, c. 4 X O S 0
Hatch, p S 0 0 1 OWrlKht. P... 3 2 0 3 0
Klncdon. p.. 1 0 0 1 0
ToUU II 1JM SO
ToUli 36 H 17 14 a
Two out when winning runs scored.
Orand Island....,, 30001003 1-8
Kearney 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 4-J
Two-base hltsf Woodruff (2), Schoon
over (2), Clair (2), Matney. Three-base
hit: Wallace. Home runs: Drumm (2),
Schoonover, Synek, Stolen base: Acock.
Sacrifice hits: Payne, Ward (2), Vanco,
Synek. Lett on bases: Grand Island. M;
Kearney, 7. Hit by pitched ball: Ward,
Hatch, Woodruff, lilts: Off Klngdon.
1 In two Innings; off Wright, 11. Struck
out: By Hatch, 7; by Klngdon. 1; by
Wright, 3. Time: 2:00. Umpires. Meyers.
I'nvpneen Cnptnre Tiro,
NORFOLK. Nob.. June 23. (Srwclal
fttTolegtoam.) Columbus took revenge this
auernixm una ueieaiea me urunimero in
u double-header. The first game went to
Columbus by a score of 1 to 2, and the
second, 4 to 2. Zondo'rman, the Discov
erers' twlrler. lasttd out the eighteen In
nlnits. He struck out seventeen Drum
mers and did not walk a man. Columbus
lounded Getcheil heavily In the 1 1 rat
game. Norfolk used two pitchers In the
second came, score, first game:
COLUMBUS. NOUFOLK,
AO. ll.O. A. K. AU.ll.O.A.E.
Dysert. cf... 3
2 0 OlUla. 2b..
0 3
Cr.ii. It I
Pratt, rf I
Dfl. lb 4
3 0 OTurpln, cf...
3 0 OMelkr. 3b....
30 ODrUht. If....
0 0 OltamMy, cf..
3 1 inrown. as.,,
3 1 OCObl. lb....
0 i IMumr, c...
0 3 OQttchelt, p..
1 2
2 1
t 0
0 1
0 4
0 11
0
t 0
i Aitams. tb... 4
Kae. a ...... . I
Krntnsr. M 3
Zondcrman, p 3
Tctal 33 till 7 1 Total! 32 5 27 IS
Columbus 2 0 0 2 0 6 1 0 0-10
Norfolk 0 00003000-3
Two-base hits: Deal. Cran. Melker (2).
Homo run: Clark. Stolen bases: Dygert,
Adams, Nee, Pratt. Zonderman. Lert on
bates. Norfolk. 5; Columbus. 1. Passed,
lull; &iusrer. tut iy ueicneu; ivraninser.
Nee Time: 1:45. Umpire: Posaterl. At
tendance. 500.
Score, second game:
COLUMUUS. NORFOLK.
All. ll.O. A. K. AU.ll.O.A.E.
Drrt. ct... 3 0 2 I OReli. 3b t 1 S 0 0
Cran, If 4
Pratt, rf.. ..4
Deal. lb..... 4
Adma, lb... 3
riark. 3b.... 4
N. e 4
Kranlngr. t 4
Zou!rm'n, p 3
I i, g viurpin, cr. .. u u t i
110 OMalkir. lb.. 4 2 10 2
1 T 0 OL'rllht, If.... 4 2 110
0 1
1 0
1 1
0 0
3 3
3
s 0
1 3
0 0
o
14 1 ORaruwy. rf.. 2
3 3 1 Ollrown aa... 4
0 I OCobte, lb.... I
1 3 lUuMr, c. .. 4
0 0 4 Olloutt. p 1
Towne 1
31 t 27 II 3'Gctetrtll .... 1
TotaU.
, n. , tnr fnhla In ninth
- , Batted for Museer In ninth.
Columbus 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 C I
Norfolk 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0-3
Two-base hits: iUmsey. Clark. Three
base hlti Blight, tucrl lce hit: Crin
Stolen bases: Pratt, Cran, Zonderman.
Melker. Bases on balls: ft Routt. 1; off
ltieJ, I. btruck out: By Routt. 1: by
Reed. 4: by Zondetman. S. Lett on bases:
Norfolk. 6: Columbus. 8. Hit by pitch
ball: By Reed. Zonderman. Time: 1:55.
Umpire: Posaterl.
York anil ItciU Divide.
YORK. Neb.. Juno 26. (Special Tele
gram.) York and Hastings divided a
double-header today. York Iot the first
game through costly errors and poor baso
running. Hastings had a lead of six runs
In the second game, but in the fourth in
ning York got to Sherman for three hits,
which, coupled with two errors and a
walk, netted three runs. They went ahead
In the fifth on two hits, a, walk and a
sacrifice. Hastings made two on the
Uth and York won out la the seventh
on three singles and a. sacrifice. Rico
S?Snhi VaSg over BVtt'eJth6 .wtamlnfi feature, of tho echool pro-
brought In the winning run after two
27, 1914.
Drawn
X GUESS
Y0U'RJ5 MfcHT
BUT WHftT
VOO NfceO IS
White oarsmen through their final licks
of training for the big event of the Inter
collegiate Regatta, which was held fit
Voughkeepslc, June 26.
head. The feature of both games was
tho habitual crabbing of Bennett and Ins
cohorts. Qulgley let them crab on every
close decision, ricore, first game:
HASTlNtlS. YORK.
AU.ll.O.A.E. AU.H.O.A.b.
Becbtold. rf. 4
1 OHIce 2
110 2
E. Brown, lb t
lVrnnett. ct.. 2
Oettmu, lb. 6
McCtbt, t
8ellrlth, .. 4
Mattock, 2b. 6
Hlchrdaon, c 4
D. Vane, p.. 4
Total It
Hastings,....
York
Two-base
0 :
1 o
1 11
0 1
1 1
1 2
1 4
3 1
3 0L. llarrli. 2b 4
0 uTotUn, lb... 4
1 0Muley, If.. 4
0 Ollalth. lb... 3
2 0 Murphy, cf.. 4
4 OFlerce. c 4
2 OSchlKel. c... 4
2 0C- Harrla. p. 4
12 0 0
13 10
0 3 0 0
0 5, 0 0
12 10
0 0 0 0
1 11 1 0
1 0 5 0
3 31 1 0 Total 33 2T I
0 1 O 1 1 0 0 0 1 i
0 0 0 10 0 0 0 01
hits: Schlssel, Bechtold.
Bennett (2). Mattock. Gett-
Stolen bases
matf (2). Rice, Murphy, Schlssel." Bases
nn balls: Off Harris. 5: off Vance. 4.
Left on bases: Hastings, 12: York, & Hit
hv nltuhed ball. Belli Ich. Struck out: By
Harris, 9; by Vanco, 4. Passed ball:
Schlssel. Wild pitch: Harris. Time: 2:1B.
Umpire: Qulgley.
Score, tecond game:
Two out when winning run scored.
Hastings 3 3 0 0 0 2 0-8
York 0 1 0 4 2 0 20
Two-base hits: Bechtold, Hellrlch.
Stolen bases: Bechtold (2), Bennett (S).
McCabo, Hellrlch. Bases on balls: Off
Miller, 6; off Skyock, 3; off Sherman. 3;
off Rlloy, 1. Left on bases: Hastings. 8;
York, 6. Hits: Off Miller, 1 In two-thirds
inning; off Skyock, 8 In six and one-third
innings; off Sherman, 7 in four innings;
ofr Riley. 5 In two and twd-thtrds in
nings, struck out: By Skyock, 7: by
Sherman. 2. Sacrifice hits: Rice, Mur
phy (2), Gettman, Brown. Time: 2:C6.
Umpire: Qulgley.
Beatrice Walks Away.
BEATRICE. Neb., June 26. (Special
Telegram.) The Beatrice ball team en
joyed a swatfest today at the expense of
me Miperior uemeni planers, wiiuuns uj
th Konr of 12 to 4. The visitors used
three pitchers and tjie locals two during
SUPEMOR. BEATRICE.
AD.ll.O.A.E. AB.H.O.A.E.
Obat. 3b S 1 0 0 OLIng, 3b 6 3 6 4 0
Oray, 2b 3 0 3 1 OUrannon, 3b. I 3 3 3 1
icemptn, aa . i s s iiwn. ci i i u u
Brown, It.... 4 13 0 oniack, if ... S 3 3 10
Besly. lb... 4 11 IBoc'ewlti. lb 6 111 0 0
Thelailnc. ct 4 0 3 0 OF. Coe, c... 4 0 3 1 0
DtthoD. rf...J 0 2 0 onrlatt. aa.... 4 114 0
Gretna, c... 3 0 1 1 10. Coe. If.... 10 2 10
Wrtdman. p.. 0 0 0 0 OMcDonnell, p 2 0 0 0 0
I-arka. p 3 2 3 2 OBrlan. p 1 0 0 I 0
Totals 1 24 11 i ToUla SO 13 17 17 1
Superior ..,...,... 0 04 00000 04
Beatrice 2 J 030040 -12
Stolen bases: Brntinon. Black. Neff.
Orlett (2), Two-pRo hits: Brown, Bran-
non o. L ng. Three-nase nit: itiacK
Hits: Off Weldinan. 3 In one nnd one
third Innings: off Parks. 10 In iven In
nings: eff McDonnell, 5 In four lnnlnss.
Bases on balls: Off Parks. 4: off Sic
Donne)!, 1. Struck out: By Parks, 1: by
McDonnell. 2; ty Brian, l. Hit ty pitched
ball By Parks, Coe. Passed ball; arecne.
Time: 2:00. Umnlre: Black.
I
Omaha Lad Rowing
Today on Wisconsin
Freshmen Eight
Harvey V, Nelson, son of Mr. and Mrs
Frans Nelson, 4913 Chicago street,
towed In tho Wisconsin freshman boat at
Poughkeepsie rFlday afternoon In the race
between tho frethman eights from Cor
null, Syracuse, Pennsylvania, Columbia
and Wisconsin. Nelson will row at No.
6, one. of the heavy positions in the stern
of the shell. Kelson was placed in at
No. 6 when tho regular oarsman was
called homo on account of Illness In his
family.
Harvey graduated from the Omaha
High school In June, 1913. He played foot
ball in tho fall of 1912 and otherwise
gained a name for himself. He won his
frcohman numerals ut foot ball at Mad!
son last fall and was out for basket ball
last winter. He was a Lcs Hlboux at
the Omalm High school and Is pledged
to the Sigma Nil fraternity-
SWIMMING UPPERMOST WITH
BOY IN SUMMER SCHOOL
First assembly of the boys vacation
school of the Young Men's Christian as
sociation was held this morning, with
eymnaslum iamM and musical numbers
by Will Hetberlnston, one of the teachers, I
and Edwin Clark, IS years of ae, who
accompanied him. Lads of half a dozen
nationalities Joined In singing "America."
Ernest Benson, a high tchool student
leads In the gymnasium recreation.
"1 want to Join th eswlmmlng pool."
ono boy said to Secretary J. W. Miller,
when he applied for admission to the
summer school. He was so Interested in
1
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for The Bee by
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Standing of Teams
NAT. LEAGUE,
Now York.. 25 21 .62.V
FED. LEAGUE.
Indianapolis 31 24 .Shfl
Chicago 34 28 .567
Buffalo 30 25 .645
Baltimore ..SI 26 .641
Brooklyn ...25 20 . 463
Kan. CUV...23 34 .460
Cincinnati .31 23 .617
St. Louis.. ..32 31 .60$
Chicago ....31 30 .60S
Pittsburgh .28 28 . 500
Phlladel. ...26 23 .173
Brooklyn ..23 30 . 455
Pittsburgh ..25 32 .419 '
Boston ....24 34 .414
St Louis. ...26 38 . 406
WEST. LEAGUE, t AMER
LEAGUE.
W.UPct.
W.L.Pct.
Denver ...,C9 23 .609
St. Joseph.. 3S 27 .571
Phlla 37 34 .607
St. Louis. ...35 28 . 556
Detroit 36 30 .545
Sioux City..3C 28 .53
Des Moines. 33 31 .521
Washington 32 18
Lincoln ....35 31 .600! Boston
..32 31 .50S
Omaha 2i 31 .4S2 ChlcaKn
.,31 30 .5C8
Wichita ...iS 41 .4C6, Nw York.. .22 3". .379
Topeka ....23 42 .S31 Cleveland ..21 9 .35')
AMER. A13SN. STATE LEAGUE.
W.UPct I W.UPct.
Louisville ..33 29 .DM Hastings ....27 15 .643
Cleveland ..35 33 .5151 Beatrlco ....25 18.581
Milwaukee .8 1 29 .540G, Island. ...24 IS .571
Kan. City.. .37 31 .621iYork 21 18 .571
Mlnneap's ..33 33 .600Supertor ....21 ?2 .488
Indlanap's .34 35 .493 Columbus ...2) 22 476
Columbus ..32 35 . 478 Norfolk 14 25 . 359
St. Paul 26 33 .388 Kearney ....12 29.293
Yesterday's! Results.
WESTERN LEAGUE.
Topeka, 8; Lincoln, 5.
Des Moines, 5; Omaha, 9.
Sioux City, l: bt. Jowph, 9.
Denver, 13; Wichita. 4.
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
Detroit, I: Chicago, '.
Cleveland, 0; St. Louis, 2.
Philadelphia, 9-6; Washington, 0-5. First
game forfeited to Philadelphia. -Boston,
2; ew York, 1.
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
New York, 8-10; Boston, 4-4
Brooklyn, 7: Philadelphia, 4.
St. Louis. 2; Pittsburgh, 3.
Chicago, 6-1; Cincinnati, 2-0. Second
called end seventh, darkness.
FEDERAL LEAGUE'.
Pittsburgh, 2: Buffalo, 4.
Brooklyn. 4: Baltimore, 6.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION.
Minneapolis, 11; Kansas City, 8.
Columbus, 8; Cleveland, 3. Called, dark-
neao.
gram that he forgot
clastea In tho "school.
tnere were other
Amateur Games for
Saturday Afternoon
Saturday Class A league:
Armours against Kelly Trucks, first
game at Fort Omaha.
Pagomas against Omaha National Bank,
second game at Fort Omaha.
Nebrataka Telephone company against
Omaha Gas Company, second game at
Chris Lyck park.
isagies against Aiamitos, iirst game at
Chris Lyck park.
COMMERCIAL LEAGUE GAMES.
Union Pacific Passenger atralnst Me-
Q raw's Electrics, Miller park at 4 p. m.
Council Bluffs Young Men's Christian
Association against United States Na
tional Bank, Athletic park, Council Bluffs,
at 3 p. m.
Omaha Grain Exchange against Union
Pacific Commissary, CRst diamond at
Fontenelle park at 3 p. m.
Immanuel Baracas against Omaha Elec
tric Light and Power Company, west dia
mond, Fontenelle park,- at 3 p. m.
City National Bank against Udikes at
Young Men's Christian Association park
at 2 p. m.
DICK C00LEY WILL BE
REINSTATED SUNDAY
TOPEKA. Knn., June 26. The Topeka
$350 Silk and Silk Mixture
Russian Cord Shirts
Sizes
$2
These shirts have our own label,
the patterns are handsome and
they are high grade goods in
every particular.
They have the soft, durable
turn cuffs and are especially
comfortable and practical for
hot weather.
We expect to dispose of most of these
Saturday. Come early for choice selections.
1 I Fmrmmtly Mag A Camr NslF
Jf 413 S. 16th
"Bud" Fisher
f. 1
I BLoU.out
7 .;. .V
Base Ball club received word todny from
President O'Neill of the Western league
that Manager Dick Cooler, who was sus
pended after the game at Denver last
Monday, would be reinstated Sunday,
June 2if, when Topeka meets Denver on
tho local grounds.
Bakers Lose Game to
Buffalo Federals
BUFFALO, N. Y., June 27.-Three hits ,
eff Knctzer and Myers gave Buffalo
three runs In the sixth inning today nnd t
a 4 to 2 vlctoiy. Tho home team corotfJ-
again In the eighth when Loudon made a
home run. Score H.II.K.
Bufnlo 0 0 0 n o 3 0 1 -4 8 1
Pittsburgh 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0-2 7 1
Batteries: Krapp and Blair; Knteze?
BALTIMORE, June 26. Errors and ths
lack of control of the Brooklyn pitchers
were responsible for Baltimore's 0 to 4
victory over Brooklyn today. Score:
t H E
Baltimore 2 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 6 i
Brooklyn 01O20010 04 10 3
Batteries: Qutnn and Jacklltsch; Juul,
noucK ana jana.
BRAINERD IS HEARTILY
GREETED BY HOME FOLKS
HEBRON. Neb., June 26.-(Speclal.)
When H. A. Brainerd, tho editor of the
Hebron Champion, newly elected presi
dent of the Nebraska Press association,
arrived he was greeted with an ovation
such as never has been accorded any
man hero since tho day when "Billy
Bryan" marched triumphant Into thla
city.
The band met him at the train anl
auto loads of citizens were there to lo
him honor. A specially decorated auto
whs In waiting for his reception and he
was escorted up town where It had been
arrnnged lo hold a reception. Messrs
T. A. Willmore. M. H. Cruise and others
made short addresses to which tho editor
feelingly responded.
Tho gentleman said that Inasmuch aa
the editor of the Champion hod been the
leader in every boost for the good city
In which he lives. It was right and proper
that upon the attaining to the presi
dency of the Press asoclatlon be recog
nised by lils home people.
At Dutch Miller's
Garden
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