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RODRKES AND LINKS SPLIT
Omaha Wini First Game Rally,
but Dropi the Second.
BOY SANDERS HAS HARD LUCK
ge.ml-pra. If arler loae Ilia (iimc
: Threegh Persistency of Mates la
Maklas Mrtlrhrd Tknai Warn
Riaam Are on Raw-way.
. On swell rally, aided and abetted by
Mfiin. Congalton, Bell and Krueger,
pulled th first game of tha fabbath ber
rain matinee at Rourk park from tha
Link, i to 2, but a couple of hectic
heaves, manipulated by Messis. Krueger
nd Thorn cost Omaha the second bat
tle. 1 to 1. The aerond name was a tough
ana for Roy Sander to lose, byt hia mates
vera too prone, to muks costly errors.
.' Tha Rourkes opened the first fray by
coring twice In tha ripening frame off
Smith, official Jinx of the Omaha club.
Thomas, Burrell and Hrhlnlbner singled
In succession, and Congalton lifted a sacri
fice fly to Allen, bringing about tha said
result Tha Unks scored two In tha
second whan Thomason dropped Miller's
fly and that gentleman went to second.
A bas on balls was Issued to Blackbume
nd Qulllin sacrificed. Collins' hit sent
Miller and Blackburn over.
. Colllna' alngle. Schrelber's two-bagger,
an error by Schlelbner and a sacrifice fly
ty McOafflgan gave Lloyd's gang of
ball players two In tha fifth. Omaha
tame back with one In tha local half of
- of the same round. Krueger doubled and
cored on King's drive through McOaf
flgan, . (.an, Co peed la Math.
Smith held the Rourkea tight until tha
ninth, when he blew, and Jordan was
called to tha fray. Co.igalton singled and
Thorns walked end Bmlth was derrlcked.
Bell, Just returned from Racine, poked
one of Jordan's offerings to left, scoring
Congalton and tying tha combat.
Krueger' single over second scored
Thomas with the winning run.
Tho second game was a heart-breaker.
Cooney and Panders heaved nicely until
the fourth, when Omaha mad tha first
run. Krug was hit "in tha tonneau, and
w sacrificed to second by Thomason.
Burrell's single past third sent him home.
That was all that Omaha made as tha
Rourke sluggers fell down In tha pinches
front that time on.
In the fifth McOafflgan singled and
stole second while Krueger snd Handera
got mixed up on their signals, and Mc
Gaffigan took third when tha ball got
past the Omaha catcher. Krueger mads
a bum heave to Burrell to catch Mc
Oafflgan at third. Tha ball rolled into
left field and the Lincoln shortstop
started for horns. Joe Bell made a per
fect heave to the plate and Kruger stood
waiting for McOafflgan to hit tha plate.
Instead. Knocks hit Krueger and the pill
rolled to one side. Pome classy exhibition
of bum acting. 'j
- Not satisfied with this nifty piece of
work tha Uotirkes decided to present Mc
Oafflgan with another run In the eighth,
lie hit a double to right and was sacri
ft ed to second by Lloyd. Miller hit a
grounder which Burrell touched, but tho
ball caromed off his glove Into the out
stretched hands of Thomas, covering up
the play. Thomas threw to the piate.
The heave missed Krueger a foot, and
the pill rolled to the grandstand. That
cinched the game for the Links.
New Imp. Makes lilt.
, On of th pleasing features of tha
d"uble bill was the work of t'mplre Van
gycle. Van ,waa bounced from the Fed
eral league a few days ago, and tied up
with the Western circuit. He kept tha
game moving all the tlnte and never
permitted the athletra to lag aa la their
eUHtom. As a '.es'ilt the two games were
played In three houra and twenty min
utes, almost a record for this league.
Van was good cn balls and strikes, too,
ad It Is only hoped that he will be able
to umpiie all the games played on the
local lot. Score:
linrrell, 3b. . .
ThoiiiiftS, aa. .
Krueger. c. ..
I'U' Wburne, c.
tx-hneber, lb. .
Jordan, p. .....
Totals ..; 31
4 Ki U
Vn out whea winning run wus scored.
Hiif.s 20001000a ft
Hita 320W2002 312
1 01 2 II 1 I -l
hus: Krurger. Tbomaaon, Ht hrleber.
rurifica i.u: Qulllin. (Sacrifice fllea:
i i st'.-k. r i i i i
ieSthJcuy I TTTr J';wri -Z-n, HWaio U f V FOR OOONE ' SMUT UP
Congalton. MrOafflgan. TViuhle plays:
McOafflgan to Lloyd Xo Kchrlfrber, Mc
Oafflgan to rVhrletor. IU on haaes:
Omaha( S: Lincoln. 5. Hlta: Off Smith.
10 in eight and one-thlrd Innings; off
Jordan. 2 In two.thirHa l, U......L,
out: By Willis, 3; by (Smith, 4. Hsm-m
"m naiin: im -ivilllfl, a; otf Pmlth, 1
Time: 1 :S. ITmplres: Van Bycle and
11a it Hcora, second game:
AB. R. II. O. A. K.
Alien, ir 3 0 10 0
M.Oafflgan, ss 4 2 a 4
Lloyd. 2b 3 0 1 1 1
Miller, f 4 0 0 1 0 0
Juillln, 3h 3 0 0 0 3 0
t oil lni, rf 4 0 0 1 0 0
fchrelber. lb 4 0 ' 3 13 1 0
Uehor. C 4 0 13 10
t'oonry, p a 0 0 2 1
7 27 14
R. H. O. A. E.
Thorns son, if...
iHi hllehner, lb..
4 27 15
..: o o o i o ft i o-i
....... .1 110 10 0 11-7
0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0-t
0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 04
Two-base hits: McOafflgan. Hchrelher.
Stolen bases: Lloyd, McOafflsan. Cnngal
ten. Krug. Sarrlfli-a hits. Lloyd. Thoma
son Vlt, Hchllebner. Double plays: Uoyd
In fifhMlluv it T .r, K . r l 1..
7; Omaha. 1 t-Uruck out: Bv t'ooney. 1;
by Banders, 3. Bases on ball: Off Coo
ney. 4; off Banders. 1. Hit by pitched
bsll: Krug (-'), Qulllin. I'asned ball:
Kmeger. Time: 1:35. Umpires: Van Syole
BOOSTERS Wll IN THIRTEENTH
Take First Kane f erls from
WIcbKa After a l,sg Battle.
DES MOINE4 Aug. 28.-tes Moines
took tha first game of tha series with
Wichita today, ft to 4, after a battle of
thirteen Innings. Wichia tied the score
In the sixth, and although both pitchers
were hit freely, tight fleJdlog kept dowa
tha score. Pcore:
AB. n. II. O. A. E.
4 13 3 10
4 112 0 0
Preen, If. ..
Hahn. rf. ...
Andreas, 2b. .
Kwttldt, 3b. .
Hogan, p. ...
.. K 1 1 14 1 0
..ft 1 1 1 0 C
.. 1 3 X 3 0
,.. 4 0 0 7 0
..( 0 2 4 4 1
.. ft 0 0 0 1 0
43 t 11 39 23
. AB. R. H. O. A.
ft 0 0 3 1
ft 1 3 0 0
Tydeman. if ,
Nicholson, If ,
O'Rourke. 2b. ..,
4 12 2 1
5 0 3 2 6
R 1 1 2 1
6 13 3 6
0 2 U 1
ft 0 0 1 0
r itaatmmona, ss.
demons, p ,
Totals 47 4 18 'Ss
'None out when winning run was made.
Pes Moines 022000 0 00000 t 6
Wichita 0 0020100000004
Two-base hits: Henry, Bills, Ochs. Sac
rifice hits: Hahn, Ochs. Stolen bases:
Brecn, Kwaldt Ui, Hartford. i Rnurke
(3). Billa. Htruck out: By Hogan. ; by
( lemons. . Hits: Oft Hogan, 13; off
Clemona, 11. Baaea on balls: Off Hogan,
ft: off t'lemona. ft. Double play: Hartford
to Andrras to onea. Hit by pitched ball:
Breen. Left on bases: Des Moines, 3;
Wichita. 1. Time: 3 :k Umpires: Dur
ham and Thomas.
HAW! LOOK TO ST. JOSEPH
Drasaaaers Sacceed la OverroailaeT
tha Kawi at Tsseka. '
ST. J08F.ni. Mo., Aug. 23 A hit and
an error In the tenth inning of today's
game prava the opening contest .to tin
locals. 3 to I. Both Daahner and Vance
were in form, tha latter having a little
the best or It. rcore:
O. A. E.I
3 0 0
3 0 0
4 0 0
3 0 0
1 1 1
I '0 0
1 1 1
0 1 0
29 ' 4 3
1 ' V (1
1 0 0
7 1 0
4' ' J 0
2 3 1
0 6 0
AB, H. H
1 jilt I more, 2b. 4.
AB. R. If.
H. Watson, 2b..
O. Wataou, rf..,
4 0 1
Totals 39 1 I 30 13 i
Two out when winning run scored.
Topeka 1 1 0 0 0 0 00 0 01
6t. Joseph 0 jl M I i II M
Two-l.se hita; Whelan. Vanca. Pacri
flce hit: Rapps. Stolen base's: .Prittun.
VMlilaina. lttlmore. Kappa. Double
p'ay: brttton (unassisted). Passed bail:
en hong. Kapis. Struck out: 'By Vance
t. by Tashner, 6. bases oil balls: Oft
Vance, ft; off Dsthner. 1. Time: 2..
I'mplies. Cullen and Fyfa.
Ml MPHV'a HOMER BE ATI DE3VKH
lest ltg Takes Useslsg Umm f raaa
Maaatalaeera, Thaagrh Oatalt.
BIOl'X C1TT. la., Aug. 33 Sioux City
won the first of tha Denver series on
Murphy's, home run la the eavealh. 7
to 6. Block. Morgan and McCarty war
Standing of Teams
NAT. LEAOl'K. I fiTATE LEAOUK.
ew York..M 47 .r7 Or. Island. . ,0 43 . 5W
Roston 59 4H .5Mnetnce ....J,9 44 .oTi
Ht. Uiuls...! 63 .Mf. f tastings ,.MV.m
nil rko ....MM.i'TorK ;l49.riai
I'lttshurgh .SO M ,4M Superior ....HI h2 ,4'i5
Brooklyn ..4i R9 .4S4lNorfolk 4S 66 .4'
l"hlla 60 68 .4MColumbus ..47 60 .4M
Cincinnati .60 m . Kearney H8 .140
WLHT. LEAOl'K. AM EH. LEAOL E.
W L.I'tt. W.L.Pct
Hioux City. 1. 47 .624Phlla 74 ;I7 .ti;
Denver .... 74 62 II wton 3 47 .672
fH. Joseph. 72 63 . 57 Waehlngton 61 .641
Lincoln ... bM .4M Detroit M 67 .m
Des Moines til if .4S4:t. Lnula... U f,7 ntf
nin .... mi t9 .44.1; Chicago ..
Topka ... 62 75 .410Ncw York
Wichita ... 49 7 .39i!tnevelnd
FED. LEAOLE. AMER.
Ind'napolls. 62 4S .:li Milwaukee
BHltlmore ..0 4S JiAtii Ixiulm llle
66 AO .473
60 Kl .4rt
..73 62 .6-4
..71 M .6i9
...7 t .527
Chicago ...til 5 .6l7iColumbus
Buffalo ....67 61 .6'Si Cleveland
..67 H2 ,51
Brooklyn ...64 63 .6J5!IndlanHpolls 7 2 .619
rvan. i:ny.6i iu ,,- Kan. Cltv...fl0 Ml .4TH
Pittsburgh. 47 l .4:161 Minneapolis 69 70 .468
St. Louis ..48 M .4iliSt. Paul 4 82 .369
Western League Denver at Sioux City.
Topeka at St. Joseph. Wichita at Des
Moines. Lincoln at Omaha.
American Leegue Detroit at Washing
ton, ISt Louis st PhlladelnhiH. Chicago
at New York, Cleveland at Boaton.
National league Philadelphia at Pitts
burgh. Brooklyn at Cincinnati. Hmlnn at
Chicago. New York at R. Louis. ,
Federal Leaaua Rrooklvn at Indlanan.
American Association V'irmi Cltv at
Columbus, Mllwaukeo at Cleveland, Min
neapolis at Louisville, St. Paul at In
dianapolis. Btate 1 -en ue Norfolk at Hastings,
Kearney at Beatrice, Columbus at York,
Orand Island at Hupertor.
sent from the grounds by Umpire Mo.
AB. R. H. O. A. E.
Cooney, 3b 2 0 0 0 3 0
Davidson, If ft 1 0 2 0 0
Kane, lb 3 1 2 3 0 0
I'leuna cf 3 11 3 0 1
Balrd, 3b 1 1 0 0 2 0
Callahan, ft I I 0 1 0
Bmlth. 1 1 I S 2 1
Murphy, e 4 1 1 h 0 0
Klein, p 3 0,1121
White, p 1 0 0 0 0 0
AB. R. H
fc-Carty. cf. .
Caasidy, rf. .
Kay a, 2b
Coffey, a. ...
Klsher, lb. ..
Barbour, 3b. .
Mitchell, cf. .
Totals 3& ft 11 21 13 3
Sioux City 4 0 000030 7
Denver 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 ft
Two-base lilts: MoCarty, Murphy, Bar
bour, Kane. Home run: Murphy. fc
ririce hit- Callahan, t-tolen base: Cal la
hand. Double plays: Cooney to Smith
to Ksne, Klein to Cooney to Smith to
Kane. Innings pitched: By Klein, 6;
by White. 3. Hits: Off Klein, 3; off
Harrington, 3: off White. 3. Bases on
balls: Off Klein, 3: off Harrington, 10;
off White. 2. Struck outi Ky Klein, 3;
by Harrlnston. 4; by White, ft. Wild
pltchea: Harrington. Klein. Time: 2:26.
Umplrea: McCafferty and Gaston. At
Kid Nichols Back
in His Old Haunts
Kid Nichols, erstwhile Omaha twlrler
and once the star of the Boston National
league club, dropped Into Omaha Saturday
to nose around his old haunts and to of
fer an electric scoreboard ha has re
cently patented for disposal. Nichols
pitched for the Omaha team back In the'
early '90s when the ball park was located'
at Twentieth and Ohio streets. .Ha was'
tha star here and waa sold to the Boston
club, whera he burned up the big league !
for a number of years. " Eventually hal
was aent back to Kansas City, where ha
managed tha team and put on many a
Ung and tight battle with tha Omaha
team agalnat Ulnar Brown. Nichols has
patented aa electrlo scoreboard which ha
declares la tha niftiest pleca of apparatus
of Ita kind and ha la trying to place one
JOE TINKER MAY BE OUT
OF GAME REST OF SEASON
CHICAGO. Aug. JS.-JO Tinker, man
ager of tho Federal league club, probably
will not be able to play any more thla
season, according to a physician who ex
amined him today to ascertain tha extent
of Injury he sufered In a collision la
Friday game. It waa found that a rib
was fractured and a spllnUr of the
bona had penetrated lung, while In the
same accident Tinker waa spiked la tho
knee and ankl.
Jtmmta Stanley probably will substitute
at short stop.
Bratac or lot
Is rendered antiseptic by Bucklna' Ar
nica 8a he. A sure remedy for sores,
bruises, piles, ecsema. Kc. All drug
glata. Ad vert Isement.
Everybody Read B Want Ads.
OMAHA, MONDAY, AUOUCT 24. 1914
REDS WALLOP NORFOLK TEAM
Haitingft Takes First Game of the
Final Home Series.
PURCELL WINS HIS OWN GAME
Drlree a Long; One to Crater, Scor
ing Two ssd Bringing; His Tram
from Behind to Mlnalng
Position la (iamr.
HASTINGS, Neb., Aug. 23.-(Special
Telegram.) The Reds today defeated
Norfolk In the first game of the final
home series. In the. seventh, with the
score 2 to 1 In favor of the visitors.
Pitcher Purcell, with two on, poled a
long one to center and ecorrd both, win
ning his own game. The score:
AB H O A E AB H O A B.
Turpln. rf... a 0 orrn. rf 4 1 ft
LT. ft I a t ORtalnff. m. . 4 ft 4 2 ft
hruM. rf 1 ft ft 0 nftnnett, rf . I ft 3 ft ft
Mrlker. h.. 4 ft J ft 0tlman lb. 4 1 7 1 ft
Bright. . tt... I ft 1 1 IMcO!. If..'l 1 ft ft
RmM aa . 1 1 t Adak. w a n
Town. 111... 4 1 i: 0 ftMoom,' 2b..! 1114 0
"-'. D . DHIrMrtU, : J 1 o
Miuur, e.... 4 ft I ft APuiYell, p... 3 I 1 1 ft
Hirirh, p.;. J ft 2
Wslworth ..1 0 0 0 0 Totl ....3ft 51 1 ft
Totals ....31 J4 9
Batted for Hirsch In ninth.
Norfolk 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 ft 2
Hastings 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 1 4
Two-bus hit: Oettman. Sacrifice hit:
Moore. Ptolen bases: R'chardnon. Tur
pln. Struck out: By Pnrorll. 9; bv Hirsch.
?. Bases on balls: Off Pureed, 3: off
Hirsch, 2. Time: 1:46. Umpire: New.
Junior Tennis Meet
to Open at the Field
Club Monday Week
Tha lunlor tennis tournament, which Is
open to every boy in the city under 11
years of age, will be held at tha Orruvhs.
Field club, starting August 31. Jo Adam
Is running the affair and all entries must
be handed In to him before o'clock on
the evening of August 31. Entries may
be sent either to Douglas 6171 or to' the
Ralph Powell Is the present lunior
champion and he will defend his title
against the winner of the tournament.
Russell I-armon Is expected to be the
winner of the tourney, but several other
youths have sprung Into prominence re
cently and some surprises mar be a'toneri
over. WW Ada ma and Powell are doubles
champions and will defend their title. .
A lunior division for tww-
years of age will also be Included in the!
schedule of events. Paul NichnUnn ni
tha championship last year and la still
young enough to defend his title.
Suitable, prise, will be given the winners
of the various events.
Cup in Tennis Play
SOUTHAMPTON. N. T.. Aug. 2J.-R.
Llndley Murray won the iin.i..
the tennis tournament on the turf courts
of the meadow club here yesterdav.
Maurice E. McLouEhlln anri Thnm.. c
Bundy, the champion, won the double,
making a complete Vlctorv foe tha
rs from California.
In the final of the single. Murray
faced Watson M. Washburn. Harvard,
and won. -l T-S. -4. Washburn m.H.
hla drives prettily for the line, but ha
was unable to check the strong attack
that the young player from the Pacific
coast made at the net.
.McLoughlin and Bundy in the final
match of the doubles, defeated Norman
B. Brookes, the captain of the Australian
team, who was paired with William A.
Larued. Th cor was 7-6, In every
rally McLoughlin was th dominant
player. He beat Brooke at volleying
and smashed with effect for placement.
Bundy was excellent at lobbing and stood
off a continuous attack, learned waa
weak and only a shadow of bia former
Boosters' Base Ball
Boosters' baa ball day at Rourke park
win be heptember 3, when Omaha and
Topeka Western league teams will play
In the' last game of th season's aeries
on th bom ground. Th proceed from
this gam will go toward th entertain
ment of th Professional Bas Ball
league, which will meet In annual eon
Tentloa In Omaha November 10 to IS.
ItTtrt AtcKC-u mt Colts Cured.
E. B Cross, who travels in Virginia
and other aouthern states. Waa taken
uddenly and severely 111 with colic At
the first store h cam to tho merchant
recommended Chamberlain's Collo Chol
era ard Diarrhoea Remedy. Two does
of It cured him. No one should leeve
horns fa ajouraey without a bottle of
thl preparation. For aal by ail drug
Low Score Base
in North Platte
NORTH PLATTE, Neb., Aug. -(Special.)
The base ball tournament held
here on Wednesday. Thursday and Fri
day of this week proved to be one of the
best ever held In this part of the coun
try. Teams representing Ogallala, Her
shey, Cozad. and North Platte partici
pated and the large crowds of fans who'
turned out to the games were well pleased
with the brand of base ball put up. Every
game played was fast from start to fin
ish, aa is shown by the few runs that
were made. The total score for theslx
games was twenty and the highest score
made by any team in a single game was
The first game on Wednesday between
Ogallala and Coiad was one of the best
of the aeries, Ogallala winning. 3 to 2. In
the second game Herehey shutout North
Platte. J to 0.
Thursday. North Platte defeated Ogal
lala. 2 to 1, In the only extra Inning game
of the aeries. With the score a tie. a
home run In the eleventh Inning by First
Baseman Peers of North Platte, caused
the fans to go wild with excitement. In
the second game Cosad won from Her
stiep, 3 to 0.
Friday the fans were again treated to
big league ball Ogallala won from Her
hep on a squeeze play In the eighth In
ning by a 2 to 1 score. In the second
game North Platte was saved a shut out
by the use of a pinch hitter In the lat
of the ninth who poled out a two-base
hit with a man on second. The game
ended 2 to 1 In favor of Coiad.
TENNIS PLA0N TODAY
National Lawn Title Matches Begin
. at Newport Then.
STARS OF GAME ARE TO CONTEND
Prowess of MrLonsrhHn, . Wllllama,
Wilding; aad Brookes of Da via
Can Teams, to Be Ex.
NEWPORT. R. I., Aug. 22. With M. E.
McLoughlin and R.- N. Williams second
of the American Davis cup team, and A.
F. Wilding and N. E. Brookes of tho
winning Australasian Davis cup team as
contenders, together with nearly e-ery
state and sectional title hoider In the
country, th National Lawn Tennl cham
pionship in singles which begins here on
Monday Is expected to prove fully hs
inerestlng a the recent International
Th drawings for the all-comers' tour
nament, which were made this afternoon
under the supervision of President R, V.
Wrenn and other association officials, dis
closed an entry list of 13S. or ten less
than last year.
The drawn list Is as follows:
R. t. Hoppin against F. R. Budlong.
H. C Johnson against J. H. Carpen
L. H. Hobbs agalnat F. C. Inman.
N. G. Johnson against C. Cunningham.
R. B. Weeden against F. F. Whitney.
J. P. Jackson agalnat W. E. Hevl.
O. F. Touchard against E. F. Torrey.
W. U Pute against R. Rowell.
O. Roberts against L. C. Jennings.
A. P. Philips against E. F. Fottrell.
H. O. Simmons ngainst 8. Hoffman.
C. L. Chiids agalnat Kenneth Stein.
Vincent Aator against Jean Mathey.
A. Walters against J. S. Brown, Jr.
N. W. Nllcs agalnM P. 8. Waltera.
O. Humphrey against N. E. Brooks.
William Roaenbauin against S.
A. L. Sands against J. Cushman.
'. M. A. Major against Francis Roche.
R. N. Williams agalnat H. J. Schmidt.
C. M. Bull, Jr., asatnst William M.
A. r. Uabney against P. C. Josephs.
A. P. Chainplln against 8. H. Voshall.
O. A. Lyon against Robert LeRoy.
A. Chauton agalnat W. A. Phillips. .
O. J. Sweet against J. E. Gignoux.
Carl Behr agalnat N. M. 'Voae. - '
R. L. Murray against F. W. Paul. Jr.
R. W. utewnson. Jr., against winner of
G. L. Wrenn against Basil Wagner.
U. A. Chelis against Ewmg Stille.
T. H Taller against J. C Welerbury.
J. W. Garry, Jr.. against F. P. Mc
H, A, McKinney against R. D. Gate-
I.. Beekman agalnat A. M. Kidder.
Charles Beck against Deveroux.
R. Palmer againt F. 8. Martian
F. T. Frelinghuisen against F. W. Web
bar. R. D. Little arainst Wlll'am I31alr
SECOND ROUND. LOWER HALF.
K. C. bailer against winner Ulllu-iilair
C. F. Watson. Jr., against W. J. Clothier.
H. Trockmorton against J. II. Randolph.
1 I. Canary againal R. C. Seaver.
W. M. Washburn against B. C. Law.
K. Itarte asainvt v. J. Wr.ght.
H. '. Owes agalnat W. B. bourne.
Ki. Robliott against C. L. Sherman.
G. M. Church agalnat T. R, Pell.
F. W. Hopplna agalnat G. 8. Graves
beck. H. C. Thomaa against A. F. Wilding.
H. V. Harvey against Gordon Bod.
W. F. Johnson against J. H. Burn.
U Curtis Id against C. Crsggln.
W. D. Brownell agalnat clarence Grif
fin. Bonis Tonino against 3. O. Thomas.
A, l. Huumett against C. C. Wisler.
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The Bee by George McManus
BARACAS CINCH CHURCH
The Methodist Baracas cinched the
championship of the Church league by
trouncing the South Omaha Baptists yes
terday afternoon, 8 to 4, after a spirited
encounter. The Baracaa have now won
three pennants track, basket ball and
base ball. Th Baracas are, endeavoring
to arrange for a game with the City
league champions. Batteries for the
Baracas were Olson, Moore and Fltzpat
rlck. and for the Poufh Omaha Baptists,
Burk, Maxwell and Mooney.
PETERS DEFEATS F. OUIMET
c , . ,
sensational Country Club Golfer
Wins from Former Champion.
SETTLED AT SEVENTEENTH
P..... k i .
, w- 1 p-
roach and Aucarate Putt, Makes
a Three, While, Oalmrt
Ralph Peters, the sensational Country
club golfer who has but recently become'
on of the local cracke, defeated Franda
Oulmet, former national open champion
and third In the open tournament held n
Chicago Friday, 1 up on a match at the
v.oumry cjud ?aturaay afternoon. Peters
and Oulmet both turned in medal scores
of 7. but Peters won on holes. A Urge
gallery of local golf bugs followed tha rusher, ,i" J '
play and took an active Interest In the ., it 4 l
work of Oulmet. j ib , o ,1
Oulmet played a remarkable game for' JJ-yer.. e... t j i
the first time over the local course. It is tJ' p"" J
difficult for a golfer to make a good in cor rT3ri p. o- o o
a i Aflirra 4 A A
lJ 1 1 m mrp urn miifaA sin n t i....a
good, consistent golf and nraved iithmti
a doubt that he is one of the most won
derful of golfcrn.
Oulmet Get Jams.
Oulmet got the Jumn on Peters n th.
first hole when Ralph took a six. while j tw. m". " J 1
the vla,tor hoM fotlri The ,o,,ow,ngX,B?-fenh.,t8k,,yryPo7f 55.
two holes were halved, but oulmet mu He i seven innings: off rwmir.. i.. . JL,
It two up on the fourth when he holed in
PUU rpM"7h t0k ttV'n FtrkeS ,0
putt the pill in the cup.
Peters caught one hole on the fourth
si, h :0 t0k ' The
Blxth, seventh, eighth, ninth anH .k
holes were' halved, but Peters tleri ih
count on the eleventh when he ran down
a long putt for a three, while Oulmet took
one more stroke.
Peter Take Lead.
The twelfth, thirteenth, fourteenth and
sixteenth holes were halved and the fol
lowing gallery was becoming more and
more excited. On the seventeenth Peters
led off with a long drive. His approach
took him onto the green and he holed a
uu 0" ' green and he holed a I ' rr
ong- puthfor a three. Oulmet had lesslTftTl flf World's
luck on his approach ..h tfisilr 11... 1
Thaw naet knU L v
The .next hole both played aensatlonally
ana each scored a three. Thi gave Pe
ters one up. although the medal score was
Oulmet went out on the first nine holes
to tne good with a forty
w-hlle Peters took fnrtv.tw r.
fomeT. n":V01u whn" Oulmtt. .ecus-
PeTer. , "lUeTi'"- w" calm.
. wonderful ' J" PUy'd
hi" . IhiH , ! ,n
light! m,,de ,nlrt-
r . , ,
pleted the foursome which waa niavH
Oalnea turned In an eighty-one, while
Redick took eighty-two. -
. Play Again Today
Oulmet will play this morning and tM.
afternoon at th. Cr,o. ."k
... . f vauir, 7 UUI
ome wll be made up for the play and
several Omahans will test their skill with
the Internationally-known crack.
Soore are as follow:
...4 4 4 i ( 5
...4 4 I 4 4
ii-Ktnu.. eI., Aug. .. "Special
Telegram.) Fuutane.le eadilv de.ealeJ
Hooper by a score of I t. 1 by bitting
lont and frequent drives off Red Morton.
Cook pitched great bull, atrikimr out
thirteen and allowing six hits. H.ioiw
escaped a thut-out by bunchlns a three-
bagger and a single.
Thi makes two out of three games f or
ihe horns Kim from Hooper this season,
rne score: jt HE. :
Hooper 000 0 000 1 (-1 a:
k M P
r unianeue ..........vvv 1 t a 4 v w o it
U-II.H.a Vrtklin-ll. rMi . . . 1 . I.
,0 0 0 1 1 2 i 0 06 11 l
H-M'per. Morton and Cole. Hume run: V.
Ci-nk. Thro-hajie hita: V frit -a
Zelers Two-bate hit: J. Cook, t truck !
out: uy cook u; uy Morton, S2
VI -. ta j e. , . .
help, dyspepsia, aid. digestion. Increase.
antMittlte IMIU 111--, mil Ir I H .
' ' . ' pi-mwp i-7i-
iny. ouy a Dottle today. 50c and II. All
Everybody Read Bee Want Ada
GIANTS LOSE THREE IN ROW
Moran, Sold to Boston Nationals,
Brings in Winning Run.
IN FINE FETTLE
MeKran't Men Able to Locate His
Delivery in bnt Thrre Innings
Teai-rav la Hit Hard and
Drmaree Succeeds Him.
CINCINNATI, O.. Aug. 23-Clnclnna
made It three straight from New Tork,
by winning today's game, by 3 to 2.
Moran. who has been sold to the Boston
iw' i i , .
fuumn, ana wno piiyea his lust game?
with Cincinnati, brought m the winning
mc ninrn inning, Dy making a
twrf-base hit. which scored GonsaJes, who
previously had singled.
Ames was at his best, being hit in
i""'J'-" inning, un tne other hand,
Tesreau waa hit hard, especially in the
j sixth Inning, when Cincinnati scored fro
rune on four singles. Demaree. who suc
ceeded Tesreau in tho eighth, yielded
one hit In that Inning, but lost the gajna
In -the final round.
New. Tork scored Us first run when
'yer doubled, and Teereau singled. The
Mnon1 run came In on singles by Meyers
n1 Bescher. Murray who ran for Meyers,
be,ns "edited with the run. Score:
BmcJist, at.. i s o oMor.n er
AB H O A E.
2rnt' 1 1 IHemof.
3 4 0
1 3 6
0 A 1
1 t 6
0 2 0
1 14 0
0 0 3
S STwomblV. ir 4
t SVonKnlni, 3b t
ONIehoff, b.. 0
I O-lroh. Jb.... I
Onintela, rf.. 4
SKellon lb.. 3
0 Ocionwtn. c. 4
6 OAmei. pp.... 2
u ' ' ..
0 Totals ,...M It 27 14
, . j v v
.13 4M 16
Two out When winning run scored.
eyers. in eigntn.
.Batted for Tmraoi, i nicyv.tk
' Nw York 0 0 I 0 0 0 0 1 na
! .tw2:,h'rds innings, facrifice hit: Ni.
, bnodgrass. Left on bases: New York
ii Clncnnatl, 7. Bases on balls: Off
DemarU 1 "b? Ames.T fflr'
1 lmnlres- wim Um 1,me- , 0-
Lmplres: Klem and Enislle.
Cardinals Win A not hex.
ST.' LOUIS. Aug. 2J.-8t. Louis con
tinued its stride pennantwanl today bv
defeating Brooklyn. 7 to a, while New
York lost to Cincinnati. The home team
bunched hits almost at will while the vis
itors could do nothing with Perrltt s de
livery until the final Inning: Score:
Brooklyn 0 0000010 2 S 7 4
St. Louis 2 0 1 1 0 1 2 0 7 11 2
Batteries: Schmuti, Enzman and Mc
Carty, Fisher; Perritt and Wjngo.-
1 111 I -m
to Show m Omaha
Omaha has been granted a franchise In
th new Chamnlon Milliard Plarera'
- . .
jiu ien or in ci bck Diiuara ex-
' pert of this country will visit thl. city
" and play a series of exhibition matches.
Am00 1,16 t0 COm t0 m"
. w ' Wl,ll HPP'' CMa D.maret.
Gns Slosson. George Sutton, Kajl
, isinaaa, curion .ManK, Jake Fchaeffer.
CUn Albert Cutler and Or'.
Mornlngstar. The matches will be played
at Morrison's billiard parlors.
The schedule ha not been arranged,
but it I probable that the first play will
tT t v
: October or November.
ne scheduled for Omaha some time
All of the expert to Play here have been
world champion with th exception of
Schaeffer. and he is a young man who
promises to attain that height In the near
future. The ten cracks will travel In
teams. They will appear about six weeks
Local billiard fans wlU be pleased to
learn that Omaha ha been franchlsed In
the league, a It is seldom that .ii.
: expert manipulator of the Ivories exhibits
In this city. With the uiur.. .1...
: tvefy crc " be country will show
and big crowds ihauiri r-Q k -.. ,.
.i.uuiu gainer Ut
neas tne exhibitions
1 B .
' rr, " V 5r M'"'
t. rV" Anr- Neb.- Aug .22. (Special )
: r"bt- t-dward defeated Alb on yesterday
I.., xc't'ng game played at the Old
; KUlera picnic at the fair grounds. Score
I H, t- . . R.H.a
i 5ik S J H I M UI I J
tvvivvuo 6 13 4
B,a5Jrr1f": 8t Edward, Smith. Encon
I nu' Usher: Albion. Lehr and Krause.
! 1 ,nulr: Thompson and Willott.
nrrm if firsts uiiier.
nriTBiiT v-.k . .. .. , , j ,.v
'The Andrews ball team of this city won
rum me uiiier learn rriaay afternoon by
u. iu i. i nfj uipoMins. nuriera
, r.m a a a a ,. . . .
i .'iiirr u V V V V I V 9 1 Z 1
! Andrews 00010001 lis
Batteries: Diner and Nelson; Scbults
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