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ROOMS HAND KAWS GAME
Pa's Athletes Gratuitonily Slip Com
bat to Cooleyles Kaws,
TODAY WILL BE BOOSTEB DAY
Celn Take tn mt Gate Will Be GItt
Toward Eatertataaicat af Dele
gratea to CoaTeatloa of Baa
Aa yestorday wa ray day for all the
Rourka athletes, the eaid athletes decided
to maintain an attitude of strict neu
trality. In addition to maintaining the
state of strict neutrality the Rourkns per
sisted la treating the Topeka bunch so
as to spend the coin In a profitable man
ner. The result was they gave the Kaws
everything from base hits to the ball
game. The final count was 8 to 1 There
I no getting around It money Is de
moral1 x In. Pa should quit paying his
Mred hands and maybe they might play a
little base ball.
Richard Cooley was not a participant
In the pastime yesterday. It is a good
thing he wasn't. The umpires had enough
trouble with the other Topeka players
without having Cooley around to address
them In unexpurgated diction. The Raws
so excited lmps Cullom that he ac
tually musterd tip enough nerve to heave
a gink by the name of Wbelan out of
the park. Whelan waa tlakled to be dis
persed as he had a date at a nearby cor
Jesse Garrett waa the victim of clr-
rumfttance yesterday. The bos score said
the Kaws made twelve hits, but as it Is a
well-known, fact that box score figures
lie frequently, the Kaws should have got
about six hits and the Rourkes about
six errors. All the Topeka men had to
do was poo the pill In the air and the
Rourkes let It fall unmolested among
them. The Rourkes would be fine guys
to dodge bombs dropped from Zeppelins
over In Paris,
Mr. Weldman, recently mobilised from
the State league, heaved for the Cooley
less Kaws. He did a fine Job. It also
made an error. It was some error. lie
threw the pin about a mile or a mile and
a half Into right field and helped otr
boys make one of their scores.
Booster Day Today.
Today will be booster day. All eoin
taken In at tba gate will be given to the
entertainment fund for the convention of
the National Association of Professional
Tiase Ball Leagues In Omaha, November
10. AH fans are urged to bring the re
quired M cents to get by the vlgllants at
the gate. Johnny Oondlng will bring out
a ear load of wild squirrels to let 'em
look at the filberts on the Topeka club.
After lamping the Kaws in action It Is
expected that the squirrels will become
so wrathful that such choice filberts be
wasted on a Topeka ball club and will
therefore attack most of them and store
them away for the winter, supply of
provender. It will be a fitting end for
the Topeka nuts. Dame called at t o'clock.
ab. r. ir. o a. n
whelan. If 1 0 1 o A
Ogren. If 1 0 0 e
Rapps. If 11104
Jafl&mbots. cf. ...... S 1 t 0
Korsythe, rf 6 1110 0
Koemer, lb.... IS 1 1 U 0 0
Tall Ion. ss 6 1 2 t T 0
Lett! more, lb 4 0 A t 1
Oleaaon. e 1 1 1 t 1 0
r'ochran. Ib I 0 0 0 S 0
Weldman, p 4 0 1 1 1
Totals SS "i U r U "l
AB. R. H. O. A. E
Bell, If 4 1 1 0
Kmg. tb 1 0 1 3 1 1
Thpmsson, of 4 0 0 1 0 0
Hohllebner. lb 4 0 ft 10 0 0
'onnlton, rf 4 110 0 0
Rurrell. 3b t 0 0 1 S
Thomas, sa 4 0 0 1 0 0
Knicr c 3 0 1 9 0 0
Garrett, p t 0 I 0 1 0
Totals .ai 1 r u "i
Two-base hits: Weldman, Laflambnls,
Forsythe. Talllon. Krueger, Bell. Stolen
bass: Bell. Sacrifice lilts: Lattlnwe,
f'ochran, Burrell, Krug. Left on bases:
Topeka. ; Omaha 0. Struck out: By
Weidmsn. I: by Uarrett 1. Bases on balls:
Off Weldman. 1: off Osrrett. J. Passed
l'l: Kruexer. Balk: Weldman. Time:
2:06. Umpires: Culloin and Fyfe.
Ultl'MMKRI LOSS TO 'LOPEi
Loose Fleldlast Beklaei The ma a Rf
spoaslble for Ltaeela's Wis,
ST. JOSEPH, Wo., Sept. 1 Loose field
ing behind Thomas was responfAto for
Lincoln's victory today. Score:
Aa B, H. O. A. E.
Ciulllln. lb 6 10 10 1
McUa-ffiran, sa .... 4 110 11
IJoyd. iih, 6 10 16 0
Blackburn, lb I 0 1 T 0 0
Pchrelber. cf 6 1110 0
Collins, If 6 0 1 0 0 .0
Moras, rf. 11110 4
Kohor. c. 40 1 1 1
Scogrins. p 1 0 1 0 T 0
0 I ST 14
AB. R, H. O. A. E.
J. Watson, c
j Patteraon. It
l T Bnfton. ib. .
Williams, rf. .
Griffith, c ..
tO TAKE YOUR
a-r W ' , T IJ
Standing of Teams
Played. Won. Lost. Pet.
Sioux ICty :m M M .SJ2
St. Joseph 1S4 7 to Ml
Inver ISO TT 68 .n66
Xea Moines IK 70 M bin
Lincoln us an 72 . 47S
Smah, 1 7 462
l7 67 M .41
"Ichlta 138 61 8i .375
AMBR. LWAQUft. FED. LEAOUT3.
. , W.L.Pnt. W.UPct.
88 18 . Indlanapl's 47 61 .&
Boston .... 70 60 .68 BalUinore.. 63 61 .6S3
Wsshlngfn 67 .617 Chicago ... 61 .M6
Detroit .. 43 61 .608 Buffalo ... 69 66 .618
Chicago .. 60 t .4W Brooklyn. . M ST .604
St. Louis. . 66 67 .466 Kan. City 66 06 .4fJ
New York 66 04 .464) Pittsburgh. 4 66 .fW
Cleveland.. J9 S5 .Jl4j St. Louis.. 63 70 .426
Milwaukee .T7 69 .646
Indianapolis .74 0 .629
Boston 6 61 .Sm
new York.. 3 61
St Loula...64 67 .629
Cincinnati .66 63 .4
Columbus ..76 64 .M3
Brooklyn ..64 2 .40R Cleveland ..72 68 .614
Ihila. 62 63 .462 Kansas Clty.7 71 .4i
Pittaburgh .SI (3 .452) Minneapolis. 64 7 .4,M
Chicago ....63 68 .6211-St Paul 48 91 .Mi.
Denver, 1-4; Dea Moines. 7-10.
Lincoln, ; Rt. Joseph, 4.
Topeka, 8: Omaha, 1
Wichita. 8: Sioux City. 8.
Chicago, 4; Washington. 4. Called end
tenth to allow Chicago to catch train.
Petrolt, ; New Tork, 6.
8t Louis, f-S; Boston. 0-7.
NATIONAL I, HAGUE.
Chicago, 1; Cincinnati. 4.
Pittsburgh. 1; St. Louis. 1. Called end
New Tork, 2: Brooklyn, f.
Boston, 7-11; Philadelphia. 6-3.
Baltimore-Pittsburgh, poatponed; rain.
Brooklyn, 1; Buffalo, SC.
Indianapolis, 1; Chicago, 0.
Kansas City, 8; St Louis, 4.
St Paul, 1; Columbus. 8.
Minneapolla, 0-4; Cleveland, 1-6.
Kunaas City. J: Indianapolis, &
Milwaukee, i; Louisville, 1
Western League Denver at Dea Moines,
Lincoln at St. Joseph, Topeka at Omaha,
Wichita at Sioux City.
American League Washington at New
Tork. Philadelphia at Boston.
National League Chicago at Cincinnati.
Pittsburgh at fit Louis. New Tork at
Brooklyn, Boston at Philadelphia.
Federal League Baltimore at Pitts
burgh, Brooklyn at Buffalo, Indianapolis
at Chicago, Kansas City at St. Louis.
American Association St. Paul at Co
lumbus, Minneapolis at Cleveland, Kan
sas City at Indianapolis, Milwaukee at
Petrlgrw .......... 1 0 0 0 0 0
Brown, p. ,.. 0 0 0 0 0 0
Totals ........... 37 4 W 17 18 6
Batted for Thomas In eighth.
Lincoln 01311000 0-
St Joseph 01800000 0-4
Two-base hits: a Patterson, Schang,
Bcoggtns. Q. Watson. Rehor. Sacrifice
hits: Scoggins, Brttton. Stolen bases:
Collins. MrGafflgan. Hits: Off Thomas.
In eight Innings. Struck out: By
Thomas, 4; by Brown, lj by Bcoggins, 6.
Bases on balls: Off Scogglns. 4; off
Thomas, 1 Time: 1:10. Umpire: Stock
dale. BOOSTERS TAKE TWO GAMES
Da Mo4aea Cleats PVinr Denver
Harlem e All Cantn of Lota.
DES MOINES, la., Sept. 3. -Dei Moines
Clouted four pitchers to sll corners of the
lot today and took both games of a
double-header from Denver. The flret
same resulted In a score of 7 to 1 and
the second, 10 to 4. In the second game
Ies Moines made all of Its scores but
one In a single inning. Seore, first game:
AB. R. II,
nreen. n t g
Matin, rf.. ........... 1
Jonea, lb 4
Hunter, cf 4
Haley, c 6
Andreas, lb 1
Ewaldt. 8b 4
Hartford, ss... 4
Mogrldge, p 4
......84 7 U 27 14 1
McCarty, cf 4 I 1 1 15 1
Cassldy. rf 4 0 1 $ 0 0
Faye. 2b 1 0 0 4 1 0
Butcher. If a t a a a
Cjoffey, s 4 0 0 1 2 0!
risner. id 4 0 0 0 1
n arbour. 3b 6 0 13 10
Bnahr, s 4 0 1(46
Morgan, p 10 1)01
Melter, p 0 0 0 h 0 1
'Block 1 0 0 0 0 0
Mitchell ... 1 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 84 1 7 34 10 4
"Batted for Morgsn In seventh.
Battod for Melter In ninth.
Dea Moines 1 0 1 o 0 8 0 1
Denver 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 01
Two-base, bits: Morgan, Huhn, Spahr.
McCarty. Sacrifice hit: Huhn. Home
runs: Hahn, Hunter. Struck out: By
MoKrtdge. 4: by Morgan. 1 in six Innings;
bv Melter. 1 in Ivn Innlnn un.. fif
Mogrldge, 11; off Morran. 10; off Melter, I
i. uuu on nans: KJll MOM rid (fe. 3; off
Morgan, 6; off Melter. 1. Double play:
Andreas to Jonea. Hit by pitched ball:
Andreas Passed ball: Haley. Left on
i,5e":..D Mln". U; Denver, a Time:
l.W. Umpires: McCafferty and Oaston.
Score second game:
AB. R. H. O. A. E.
Preen, If 6 l i 2 o
Hahn. rf. i 1 1 3 0
Jones, lb 8 3 1 12 0 A
Hunter, cf 4 I h 0 0
Haley. . 1 I 1
Andreas. 2b 4 1 i 4 2 0
Ewaldt 3b 4 1 1 0 C
Hartford, aa 4 1 3 1 ?
Hogan, p 4 1114 0
Totals M it u K il 1
AB. B, H. O. A E.
McCarty. cf. 4 8 3 3 0 0
'estdy. rf 6 1 3
Faye, lb 6 0.1 1 1 l
Butcher. If. 3 0 6 o 0
Till; HKK: OMAHA. TIR-KSnAY. M'.ITEMRER 3. 1914.
CopyitRht. mi. Internetlrns.
Coffey, sa 6 0 1 S 2 0
Fisher, lb 4 0 0 0 1 0
Harbour. 3b 4 0 0 0 u 0
Block, c 8 113 0 0
Schreiber, p 1 0 $ 0 0 0
Mitchell, p. I 0 1 1 0 1
Total. .....JT 4 IS U 4 2
Ies Moines. 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10
Denver 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 4
Two-base hit Caasldy. Home run: Mc
carty, Breen. Struck out: By Hogan, 1;
by Mitchell. 1. Hits: Off Hogaju 8: off
ijk-hrulber. 7 In three Innings; off Mitchell,
6 In five innltiK". Bases on bells: Off
llosun, 3; off Hchrelber, 1 Double play:
Fisher to Coffey, tttolen baaee: Butcher.
Jones, Hunter. Left on ba-tes: Hes
Moines. 4; Ienver, 10. Time: 1:40. Um
pires: McCafferty and Gaston.
W1CIIES LOBE TO INDIANS
leac Overrome PtTf-Hsa Lead aad
Win from Jobbers.
SIOUX CITT, la.. Sept. 2.-The Indians
overcame a five-run lend todny and beat
the Wichitas, 8 to 6. Score:
AB. R H. ft i. FJ
Cooney, 2b. 6 1113 0
Clarke. If 4 1 2 8 0 0
Kane, lb 4 110 0 0
Lejeune, cf. 3 2 10 10
Balrd. Kb 4 0 2 1 1 1
Callahan, rf. 6 0 1110
Hmlth, os. 3 112 4 0
Murphy, c 3 l n t c
Klein, p 0 0 0 0 1 0
Doyle, p 3 110 2 0
Totals 84 8 10 27 13 1
AB. It. H. O. A. E.
Tydenmn, rf 4 0 1 3 1 0
Nicholson. If 4 11 10 0
CVBourke. Vb 4 2 1 1 3 1
Fitaslmmons, sa ... 1 1 1 4 1 0
Bills, cf 3 13 6 0 1
Kapp, 3b ; 3 0 2 2 0 0
Henry, lb 4 0 1 a 0 0
Jones, c 3 0 0 6 0 0
Graham, p. 8 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 31 6 9 24 4 1
Sioux City 0 0 0 1 1 0 8 2 1
Wichita 8 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 06
Two-base hit. Clark. Three-base hit:
Balrd. Sacrifice hit: Rapp. stolen bases:
Balrd 3, CRourke. Callahan, Lojeune.
iDouble play: O'Kourk to Fltsslmmona.
Jnnlnas pitched: By Klein, 1; by Joyle,
8. Hit: Off Klein, 4; off Doyle. 6; off
Graham, 10. Base on balls: Off Doyle,
1; off Graham, 7. Struck out: By Doyle,
8: by Graham, 3. Hit by pitched ball:
Lejeune. Time: 1:68. Umpire: Van' Syckle.
Call for a Large
Mayor James C. Dnhlman, In an effort
to stimulate internet in the booster ball
game Thursday, which Is to be given for
the benefit of the fund that will be used
to entertain the delegates to the conven
tion of the National Association of Pro
fessional Base Ball league of America
in Omaha early in November, has Issued
a proclamation requesting a full patron
age from citizens.
He cites that It im for the fundamental
good of Omaha and sa:
"The people of this city will be called
upon to entertain delegates to the annual
convention of the National Association of
Professional Base Ball Leagues of
America, which meets In the eerly part
of November of this year.
"This convention without any question
of a doubt will result in this city In se
curing thn greatest amount of publicity
that It "has ever received from sny pre
vious national convention, and for this
reason 't Is the Intention of the people
having tho details of the convention In
hand to give the delegates the best time
they have ever had at any of their
former meetings. Tills necessarily en
tails a considerable expense.
"The owners of the Omaha and Topeka
base ball clubs will gtvs the entire re
ceipts of the regular scheduled base ball
game to be played Thursday. September
8, toward the entertainment of the dele
gates. Now it Is up to you to get out
to Rourke park an that date, as Samson
says, "Get together," help swell the
Indiants Shut Out
Tinx in Hurling Duel
strengthened Its hold on first place today
by shutting out Chicago, 2 to 0, In a,
pitchers' battle between Mosely and,
lnge. The league leaders bunched a:
single by Vandergrlff and a double by
McKechnle, with Beck's error between for
the first run and Scheer's homer netted
the other. Score: RUE.
Indianapolis .0 00110000160
Ch'csgo 0 0000000000 1
Batteries: Moseley and Rarlden; Lange
ST. LOUIS, Sept. 3. -St- Louis took the
first of the series with Kansas City here
today, 4 to 1 Score: RH E.
Kansas City. .0 10001100-17
St. Louis 0 0030001 4 6 6
Bstterles: Cullop, Kenning and
Eaxterly; Davenport and Simon.
Assertraa Associations Resalta.
RH B. R H E
Minneapolis 4 13 0-4 S 2
Cleveland 1 8 8 S 11 6
Kalians City 7 13 1
Indianauolis 6 11 0
ft. Paul 2 8 1
Columbus 3 13 0
Milwaukee 8 14 0
Louisville 1 6 1 .
Tho most desrreole rurulshed rooms are
advertised In The Bee. O-t a Dice cool '
room for tho summer.
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BRAVES CLIMB TO THE TOP
They Defeat Phillies Twice and
Giants Lose to Brooklyn.
HIT BALL HARD BOTH GAMES
Rudolph and James Riven Almost
Perfect Sep port, Mart by Gilbert
Being; Only Error Made,
PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 2. -Two victor
ies for Boston over FhllndHphla today,
the scores being 7 to 6 and U to 8, and
the defeat of New York at Tironklyn en
abled the former to take the had In the
National league race. Boston hit the
ball hard In both gomes end Rudolph and
James were given almost perfect sup
port, a muff by Gilbert being the only
error charged against them.
Philadelphia imed three pitchers In the
first and four In tho second content. In
tho second game Boston hnmmercd Tin
cup off the rubber tn the flirt Inning end
Ocschger was taken out after the flret
four men to face him In the second ses
sion had singled. RJxey filled out In
the Inning. Mattlson yielded three runs
In the third after which ho settled down.
Evers was unable to play, owing to
stomach trouble, nnd his substitute,
Dugey, split his finger In practice,
Whltted going to second base. Score,
first game: R.H.I;.
Boston 0300100 1 17 11 0
Philadelphia 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 2 0-6 1.1 2
Batteries: Rudolph and Oowdy; Rixy,
Marshall. Baumgardner and Kllllfer.
Score, second game: R.Tl.E.
Boston 4 4 3 0O0O0 013 16 I
Philadelphia. 10010000 1 873
Batteries: James, Oowdy and Whal
ing; Tlncup, Oeschger, RJxey, Mattlson
Reds Beat Cabs.
CINCINNATI, O.. Sept. 2 -Bunchlng of
hits combined mlth Vaughns wildness
enabled Cincinnati to win from Chicago
today by 4 to & For five timings Vaughn
pitched excellent ball, but In the sixth
he gave two bases on balls, hit another
man, and this with a sacrifice flv. two
Mingles and a three-base hit by Niehoff
gave Cincinnati their four runs. YlnglltiK,
who started for Cincinnati, was lilt hard.
Chicago 1 00002000 3 10 0
Cincinnati .. 00000400 4 6 4
Batteries: Valishn, Humphries and
Archer; Ylngltng, Schneider and Clark.
Giants Drop From First.
BROOKLYN. Sept. 2-New Tork
dropped out of first place In the National
lesgue today, losing 2 to 6 to Brooklyn,
which advanced to fifth position. Mar
nuard was knocked out of the box in
five, innings, Brooklyn making- eleven
hits. Including five doubles and a triple
I'ffcfer had the Olanu blanked until
the seventh. Score: r,h E
New York .. 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 02 $ i
Brooklyn .... 21012000 6 11 0
Batteries: Maniuard, Kchauer, Scluipp
end Meyers; McLean, Pffefer end Mc
Carty. Cards Lose and Tie.
i-TK.V,1,a: 1ept- '-Wltshurgh. by mix
ing hits with battery mistakes, won the
rirst game of a double-header with lt
Louis, 4 to 1.
When Umpire Hart called the second
gsme because of darkness at tho end of
wii citivenin inning tne score was tied at
one run. Score, first game: R.11 L
Pittsburgh ...0 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 . 1
i-i. ijoiiii i o u o o o 0 0 0 in v
Batteries: McQuillan anil r'nl.t.aV
Perrltt, Robinson and Wlngo.
Score, second game: RH E
Pittsburgh 0 0000000100 1 10 1
nc. louis v ugiO0OO00 1 S 1
Batteries: Adams and Coleman; Doak
"Miner" Brown Hurls
For the Tip Tops
BUFFALO. N. T.. Sept. l-Buffalo won
the first game, 2 to 1, and played a
twelve-inning tic. 5 to S. In a double
header with Brooklyn here today.
Mordecat Brown, former manager of
the St. Louis FcderalM, who Joined the
Brooklyn earn here today, nltched the lt
half of the second game. Score, first
Buffalo 1 1100000 11
Buffalo 0 OOOOOloa 1 a v.
Batteries: Moore and Blair; Bluejacket
core, second game: RH.E.
Buffalo 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 00 6 11 0
Brooklyn 0 00010040000-12 3
Batteries: Hchuts, Krapp, Woodman,
Moran and Blair, Uvlntie; Ikfltte, Chap
pelle. Brown and Land.
MISS PRENDERGAST IS '
ELIMINATED IN TOURNEY
KANSAS CITY. Mo., 8pt. I. With the
defeat of Miss Alice M. Prendergast. St.
Louis, by Miss Marion Soule, Kansas City,
In tba third round here today the last
visiting entrant was eliminated from the
championship flight of the Missouri val
ley women's tennis tournament. Mist
Boule's victory was unexpected, but from
the beginning she seemed to outgeneral
h r opponent, winning in three sets, 10-4.
In the third round of the mixed doubles
Miss Prendergsst snd Allen Potee, Kan
ess City, defeated O. S Parker and Mrs
D. B. Foster, Kanxas City, 12-14, 4-3, 6-8.
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RED SOX AND BROWNS SPLIT
Bostons Lose First Game, But Cop
HITTING FREE IN THE OPENER
Foar Errors by Jaavrln Mara
fireaa's ftnpporti Fasteners lilt
Mitchell's Delivery Opportunely
In Second Contest.
BOSTON. Sept. 2. Boston and St. Louis
split today's double header, the visitors
taking tho first game, 9 to 6, and Boston
the second, 7 to 3, In seven Innings. Both
clubs hit freely In the opening game, but
four errors by Janvrln maitrd Gregg's
support. In the second conteat Boston
lilt Mitchell's dellvory opportunely. Score,
first gsme: R.H.E.
,t. Ixiuls .... 0 0 0 0 4 0 1 4 0-e 16 1
Boston 02000011 1-13 4
Batteries: Pnumgnrdner. James, Jen
kins and Agnew; Gregg, Cady and
Tlaera Brat Vanks.
NEW YORK. Sept. 2 Detroit made it
three out of five from New York by tak
ing the last game of the season In New
York, to 6. The visitors fought an up
hill game snd tied the score In the sixth
by scoring four runs, a double by Burns
driving in the Inst three runs. Detroit
won In the seventh when Kt ansae singled
and Hellman ran for him. The latter
scored on Cavets' sacrifice snd Vitt's
single. Cree Injured his leg tripping over
Cook In the eighth Inning and wss forced
to retire. Score: R.H.E.
Detroit 0 o 0 1 0 4 1 0 0-4 12 0
New York ..10108000 0-6 11 0
Batteries: Main, Cavet, Baker and
Stanage: Cole and Nunamaker.
Play 4e Tie. '
WASHINGTON, Sep. 1 Washington and
Chicago Played into extra Innings again
today, the game being called at the end
of the tenth inning, with the score, 4 to 4,
y JO EL HDLLMAN
proprietor "Harvey's" Wsshlsgtoa, D.C.
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tobacco, toilh a mildnest end fro
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L. S. BROWN
General Agent of tbs Southern Railway
Tuxedo hat gained and main'
talned a high reputation for superi
ority. Its coolness, , mildness, and
genuine soothing qualities art un
w PHILIP ft COODWIN
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THEY RE THF.
lo allow the visitors to catch a train.
Chicago scored a run In the first on
ilnRle by IVmmltt and Weaver and
Schalk sacrifice fly. A bs.vi on halls
and doubles by Weaver and Collins to.
gethet- with Mitchell's muff, gave the
White Sox three runs. in the eighth. After
STOTins a. run In the fmii-tli n .
in error, a wild . pitch and a sacrifice
ny. Washington tied the score In the
ninth on a bssa on balls, two singles and
Gandll's triple. Score: H H E.
CMcsko ..lOOOOOOSO 0-4 4 I
Waihtng'n O0O10OOO3 04 12 3
Culled t allow Chicago to catch trnln.
Batteries: Bens and Mayer: Jnhnwon,
Bentley and Williams.
DR. E. R. TARRY BOOSTING
SPEEDWAY WITH MONEY
Dr. E. R. Tarry Is pulling hsrd for
the construction of an automobile speed
wsy in Omaha and hss announced that
he will Invest $10,000 in slock if an or
ganization for the promulgation of a
speedway association Is started. Dr.
Tarry declares that If a 1100,Ofi0 brick
track wtre built And a 826,000 purse put
up all of the prominent American and
Trench dilvers would race here and the
attendam-e would easily approach 100,000.
This would mean a proft the first year
reaching well nigh 1100,000.
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Great singers smoke Tuxedo just before
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Fast Time Marks
Efforts of Horses
at Syracuse Races
SYRACUSE, N. T-, Sept. 3. rast time
msrked the efforts of the eleven horses
participating In the three races consti
tuting today's Grand Circuit program, at
the New York state fair. Despite the
sn-Ml fields the racing wss keen. With
three starters, tho free-for-all trotting
I sweepstakes wss en ally the feature. Anvil
laon both heats with Peter Scott, driven
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dale, with Frank O. Jones driving, third.
Geers won a second victory when, with
Etawah. he took the governor's 1:08 trot
almost without an effort. He went to tho
front right at the wire and was never
headed In any one of thn three heats.
Harry the Ghost took the first two heats
of the 1:05 pace after coming from the
rear at the head of the stretch. In tha
third heat, however, he failed to last the
distance, Del Rey, who had led much of
the asy up the back stretch, winning
handily. Del Rey also won the remaining;
two hestn and the race.
Tomorrow's program Includes two ot
the year's greatest classics, the Empire,
State tlO.Oft) slake for 2:14 trotters and
the Syracuse SS.OnO stake for 1:11 pacers.
The entire card Is worth 119,500.
Moraaa slsrns Contract.
Munager Griffith last week signed Sec
ond Buseman Rav Morgan to a three
veer contract. Griffith now hss three of
his four Infielders signed to a trio sexson
agreement, the other two being Eddie
Koxtrr and Chick Gandll. Captain George
McBrida hss not yet signed, but It I
understood he is willing to stick his sig
nature to a bit of club parchment When
ever Grif Is willing to tslk business. The
only man Grlf Is now doubtful about la
Walter Johnson, and he will probably
hold out from signing a Washington
contract until he sees the figure upon,
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