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Bringing Up Father
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COLD POTS BLINK
OM THE BALL GAME
Rourkei Take a Much-Needed Beit
After Swallowing Two Defeats
and Are in Swell Shape.
TOFEKA WINS ANOTHER FEAT
What i the Rourkes Intended to flo to
Wichita yesterday will be dona some
time when the H. V. D. code (or mider
AVerfe pastime here again and I will be
)rt of a bargain bill when the bugs
will net to lamp two alleged exhibition!
t.t the well-known pastime for the frlc
of one. Too cold wa the verdict Iraued
rnd Pa Rourk slipped with Wolves the
lorty-buck guarantee. Iaet year when
a game waa called there waa no guar
rntee to be paid, ao magnates who enjoy
tood business at double-headers wera
irons to cancel combats, but last winter
omebody slipped over a joker calling
for the guarantee to be paid play or not,
o there will be less postponement this
Due to this fact that the fan had
i.othlng -se to do, a flock of rumors
ere put In circulation. All klnda of
flrst-haml' Jnfo -of the confklentlat tort
was scattered to the effect that 1'a had
fired three pitchers and tlffned an out
lieldcr. ..They may air be true, but Pa's
('mi bureau forgot to' mention the faot
if Ihey are: . '
Trt-ka Win Affala. .
While Omaha waa resting Topeka ran
i.I.e harpoon Into the oit n5 gathered
Ft other half game In the percentage ta
I hi. Alao Dee Moines took a fait out of
tet.ver. wltli'the result that the Boosters
f-assed our athletes. While the OrUallrs
1 1 II into fourth Place. All of which goes
to show that the Western leagua race
Irn't nijih a' worse one.
After the wallopings administered by
' Lies Motrws and Wlrtilta, BvincU. and
Jiondny, undoubtedly the Ilourkea Deeded
a rest yesterday. A pulmotor probably
aould have helped to resuscitate 'em.
Unity Kru;, however, has no Intention
of letting Wares get away with any
more of his high-handed staff this series,
t the frays today and tomorrow should
t e added to Omaha's win eolumn.
lUlph Willis will probably be called
upon to art on' the mound today, al
though Bert Iarson may be ; K rug's
choice.. . The game will be called at I
o'cloi'k- If It Isn't snowing.
ioi x rrft iikr" it is ' air
Topeka Make r.Uht Haas la Hath
KIOWX CITY, la., May W.-Sloux City
pMrhein went to im-e In the sixth in
iii sul Tolka trade eight runs, wln
DiiiK tlie second game of the series, 10 to
SIOCX CITT. .
tjurke, if ,.
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Knnu, JU ;
I. ij'une, cf
II. ih.IIhk. ob. .......
ru. j, f
I 11 J7 U
i ailutiore, ?b.
.I.i t kon. cf...
t nit-iusu, p. ,
To-iw lilt a
... 10 14
.0 V 1 I I 0 4 0-14
Clarke. Jackson. Bjche.
i uniu-inan. taorlfke hits: ilenalitig,
'ii iimr. ritnln haaes: Tallion. Jacaaon.
l-ouil: )layn: Tallion to lltlmure to
::.!!!..: Voijng to CklUhan to Kane. In
mi a plli iK'ti; By Hallman. hvg I none out
i.. -ixim: by Keed one-third; by ieer
iliif HC.d to-ttilrda; by Wideman. lsht ';
;.v tiu.ver. one. Mils Olf Hallman. 10;
i; P.i mi. I; off tieyer, 1; off Wldeiuan
i.. i.a.Ha m balls: Off Mailman, 1; off
!. I; off (lexer, 1; off W Ideman. 4; ot(
t'lovt-r. 3. Miruck om: By Hallman, 4.
' v iyir. 2; by Wlrieman. 4; by Urover
Ull.l plli he: liallmvn. !; Widernan.
: Kved. It lilt by jjik hrd ball: Hy
A'.ie:i!Kii. rnvui.ii. Balk: Hallman.
Tiun.-: Z '12. Cntptrt: Vanaycle,
nooTr:H4 wi., Tt. To TWO
tra-llaara birrs Mlaerabl
I.KK MOINKS. May U.-Arellane waa
nil hani and received mUerable supin.rt
t .lav while Thonms ke,,i the M.ltotV hits
'Vtr "'"n1". 10 to Z.
AR R. It
ii.n. n g 2
uuRLer, cf 8
Jofu-ii, lb ,
i n. if., ....:.. i
HarUor l, aa ..
'i nomas, p
14 10 17 11
SO" 1 11.--'.
Standing of Teams
WE8T. UKAOl'E. NAT. M2A0L K. I
Topekix ....1R 7 .tSXSlrhlla 17 .M
lies Molne..U 10 .&&! Chicago 11 M
()mha ....13 1( .S4..I Ht(in .It II .MO
leuver ....10 Hmiiklyn ..M 14 .41
HI. Joseph.. 11 1I .f24i I'lttshurKlt ..IX .t
Lincoln .... .474: rt. I onln 13 17 .4.-1
Hloiix City. .10 14 .iwr,i Cincinnati ..11 15 ,4:'J
Wichita ... 14 .. New York. ..10 U MM
FEU. IjKAOL'K. f AMER. L,K(iVf
Pittsburgh, ma .uiiNew York. .141 S ,t7
Newark ...IT II .BMlj Chicago ....! li.wM
Chicago ...17 13 .S(.7 letmlt .....18 11 .hit
Brooklyn ,.1 IS .5f.l V aehlngton.12 14 4i
Kan. City.. 16 13 .Mii Hoston 13 9 .
Ht. Louis. .11 14 .-' Cleveland ..II 14 Mfl
Baltimore. .11 Is .4"0 I'hlla 1h .m
Buffalo ... I .iiKt. Louis. . .10 li .316
STATU! LEAQUK I AilER. ASSN.
Kearney ,. I 1 .'iM Imllanaplls.'.IW 11 .M
Norfolk .... 1 I w Uulviiie .I6 14 .iM
York 8 I .b Milwaukee .) M .bM
rtilrhury .. s ll.Ht. Paul 14 14 ,.V0
O.I. Island. I I ..v0 Columbus ..iom.m
Hastings ..1 3 .tMi Cleveland ..1M4.4M
Beatrice ... .IKan. City. .14 11 .440
Columbus .; I 4 .3X Minneapolis. hi U Ma
Topeka, do; Bloux Pity, I.
l.lncoln-st. Joiteph, wet grounds.
Denver. I; Ie Moines, 10.
AMERICAN LEAOCE. a
Rneton-Cleveland. wet grounds. .
New York-lVtroit. wet grounds.
Waahlngton-elt. Louia, wet grounds.
Philadelphia, : Chicago, 11.
Chicago, 1; Ts'ew York. d. ' . .
tt. Loula, e; I'hlladeiplila, J. '
Plttaburgh, J; Boston, 1,1 ? '
Cincinnati, 0; Brooklyn,- . - - ., : ,
- FEDERAL UEAUUE. ,, ,
Bltlmore-Chlrao. wet grounds. 1
Newark, ; PtttaliUrgh, 0.
Brooklyn-Kansas CUy, rain.. ' ' ,.
' AUKKICAN A.ionATtON.
Columhus, ' 0; Ht. Paul, 1. , ' '
Louisville, I; Milwaukee. C . pf. '
8TATW LEAUt'E. " .,
Beatrice, 11; Cnlumhus, t i
i-'alihury, Norfolk, 1 . '
llasUdgs-kcarney. rain and snow.'
York-Orand jeland, rain and allow.,.
Western lague-Topeka at Sioux ICty,
v Ichlia at Dmaha, Lincoln at St. joeeun.
Denver ai lea Moines
American LengueUoMon at Cleveland,
New York at Detroit, Waahtngtoa at St.
Louis. Plilladrlphla at Chicago.
National league Chicago at New York,
Ht. ImuIh at i'hlladelphia, I'lttaburgh at
Boston, Cincinnati at Brooklyn.
Federal LenKUMliltlmnre at Chlrago
Newark at Pittsburgh, Brooklyn at Kan
sas City, Buffalo at Ht. Louis.
Nebraska fltata LragoeHeatrlre at Co
lumhua, Kalrbury at Norfolk, Hastings
at Kearney, ork at Urand Island.
1 ' S
0 1 4
ft 1 n o
lenver 4) 0 0 1 A 0 1 0 1
Dea Moines 4 0 1 1 1 11
liome run: Breen. Two-base hits:
fiHiio4-r, Sawyer. Sai'rlfloe hits: tJeil.
Hunter J, Jones. Thomas. Stolen bane:
Bills. Btruck out: By Thomas 1; by
niriiiiiri, . rua on nans: iht 'rnomas,
I: off Arellanea, I. Wild pitch; Arcllanes.
Time: 1.3a. Cm pi re: Myers.
Stecher. and Cutler
to Grapple Here on.
Morning of July 5
Joe filer her, pride of Nebraska, atnd
Charley Cutler, claimant to the Amer- V
loan heavyweight title, will wrestle the
morning of July.l at Rourke nark for the
championship of th world. Plans for
th big match were consummated Mon
day through the efforts of Gen Metady,
vnthuatastio sportsman of Omaha.
For several years Cutler bas flaunted
his declaration of w rent ling superiority,
and by some manner or other has man
aged to defeat his every opponent,
itecher has been after him. but Cutler
had no desire to take a cha.ni 4. Th at
traction of a big purse overcame his cau
tion, however, and the match la oit.
Stecher will be an easy favorite with the
Amertraa Asaswlat lea.
At Bt. Paul; R U E.
Columbus ...o i 1
Ht. Haul l l
Batteries: Davis. Ko hens berg and Cole
man; Hi eels ana Joliueon,
At Milwaukee; RUE.
Ixiulsvilla 1 4 1
Milwaukee i 1 8
Batteries: Northrop snd demons; 11
latcka and Brannon.
Baaalasloa Defeats Valley.
B R KN I NtiTON Neb., Mav 15. irlue
c'al -lionii(na'on defeated Valley In an
elrven Inn.ng aiaine by a score of 10 to .
Mi-Cknry and i'avn both pitched gnod
bail, Mit'leary striking out thirteen and
Payne twelve. BVore;
Bennington .0 44144014 J lo
Vallv 104444440 1-
Batteries: rVnnlngton. Mcfleary and
T'eterscn: Vallev. 1'ayne and Milton.
KEARNEY. Neb.. May l-i Special
Teiesrara.t No game waa played In the
state league between Kearney and Hast
ings today on account of rain and snow.
A double header will be played Weriove
day. ' . i
faast lea e.
1os Angeles 1 4 1
Oakland 8 t
Baiurtre: Mrogcina Rvaa. Ive and
DruoKs, Abies aud Kllioii
II ASTINOS Neb . slay g -.ipecia
Telvgraui I- Manager 1 avinerd Bennett of
,tr.e Haalinas Herts la I'l ailh niunionla
laaU Diay b Lnabla to play (or two weeks
Bit Him Oat of Box in Five Inningi
and Take Game from Leaden
SOAK HTJELS FOR ST. LOUIS
Bill LA DELPHI A, May l.-8t. Louis
defeated Philadelphia here today, S to 2,
the visitors knocking Damage off the
rubber In five innings. They bunched
f.ve of their hits, which Included a triple
end three double, and scored all I heir
runs In the second and fifth senalons.
loak held the liome team to one bit un
til the seventh Inning when two runs
were scored. , Score:
AH H O. A E AU H.O.A St
Hugsln. hi I I OBmu-roft. m. I e sea
llerk. Il 4 I t Oily roe, lb.... 4 SIT
I'ol.n. If.... I OSS etMrker. If... I 1 4
Millar, lb... 1 1 t S Si'rtrtlh K. I i I I
ions. rt ...4 SIS OPukert, lb., I W 1
Wllnn, cl... 1 4 ONIrhotf. 2b.. 1114 0
Huller, M...4 'l I IWalxr. cf... I t I
KDfder, c... 4 t 1 OKIIIUsr, C...1
lX.uk, P ....1 1 t I Sllurna. e 1 1 S I 1
lmre, p.. 1 S
Touts 31 Z7 tlwher, ?.
!lnmrilnr. p 0 t
iiut l e o
. H(uck 1 t ( e
ToUl . . . S 4 17 14
Batted' for Demgree in fifth.
Batted for Oeachgerln In seventh,
ft. Lonl M l. S 0 0 0 0-4
Philadelphia 9 0 0 0 I o 0-1
. Two-baae hiU: Beck, Butler, Ooak, Cra
vath, burns. Threa-baae hit: Miller,
l-'tolen base: Miller, t'.arned runs: at.
liilx, 1: Phllndelphin. 1 Double ilayst
llugglu to Butler to Mlllor: llock to Hug-,
ulna to Miller: Myrne to .Nlchofr to Phk- ,
Vert. Ba-re on ball: Off Uouk. f: off1
I'emnreo, 3; tit Clenchner, i 3; off -Bautn
rartm-r.'l. Base on. errrs: Jtt. ImiIb, t.
I lit: ft Hemareo. 8 In five Innings; off
Oeechfter, I in two Innings; off liaum
cartner, 1 in two InnlflKS. Htrin-k out: By
LHak, 4; by Pemarne, I; by Buumgartner,
3. Umpires: Byron and Orth, .
Brave Trias .Pirates.
BOSTON. Mav 1 Doubles by Con
nolly and dowdy In the first and second
Inninas were factors in the first three
run. whKlj gave Boatoa a victory over
Pittahurah today. I to 1 Wagner stole
second and third bases in scoring one of
tho visitors' tallies. Uerber fielded well.
Score: . . .
AU. H.O.A. I. AB.H.O.A.B.
0rT. If ... 6 OS eMoran, rf ... 4 1 t 0 0
Johmton. lb i 114 lKian. tb....4 4 1 1
Hurt, cf.... 4 14 1 oD.'llly. It. 4 t 1
HlB.hrnn. rf I t t 0 Umf. cf.... 4 4 4 4
W.n.r. SS.. 10 1 1-V.iralill. lb. 4 10 4 4
Vlo. lb 14 14 VOSmltb. lb.... 4 1 1 t
(lerbar. Ib... 4 1 4 4 lMtranrU, w. t 1 4 4 1
Ri-hans. 14 11 eoowdr. ... 114 11
Harmon, p.. i 4 4 4 ejamai. 14 14
Oolllsa .... 1 4 4 4 4
Totals 1 T 17 14 I
TnUll 94 4 24 24 S
'Halted lor Harmon in ninth.
Pittsburgh 0 1 a 0 0 0 1 0-1
Boston I 1 0 0 0 0 0 -B
Two-hase lilts: BaJrd, Connolly, Oowdy,
Maranville. Btolen bases: I laird. Wag
ner :!, Vlnx. lXHihle jlaya: Oowdy to
Hchnildt; Balrd to W miner to Schang.
Bases on errors: Pittsburgh, 1; .Boston,
3. Basra on bulls: Off James, T. Hinick
out: tty James, 4; by Harmon, I. Ura-
Blgler and Hart.
Ilnalaere Trim Heds. .
BllOOKI.YN. May 11,-lfeffer pitched
shutout ball today and Brooklyn beat
i inciniiaii, 4 to u cutahaw a force of
Wheat. Myer's triple and a sin six bv
Schults scored Brooklyn's first brace of
runs. In the sixth errors by leach and
Schneider and three hits scored two
runs and nl rVhnetder to the bench
jliiown held tli lo:ala hltless for the r-
niainuer or me game, lue' urooklyns
l.umhl their five hits In tho two Innings
they scored. Bcoro:
CINCINNATI. ' BROOKLYN'.
AU H.O.A E Alt H O AR
Lak. rf ...
O'Mars. aa.. 4 0
4 4 I
VOaubart, Ib. I 1
4 41 ansa!, rf.. 4 1
Wkeat, II ...
liiiliko it. 1 I
4Mrrra, cf.... I I
.-ciiulia. Ik . 1
OMii'arty. c. I 4
Pt'frfl.r, ... 4 4
Kinmr it., a
Olaea. tb. ...
M..II.IU. IS 9
Diisls. c 4
i Toui it inn
Irlliial4er, p t
hrun. p. ... I
Total II I H It I
Hatted lor Va.m-r in sixth.
Batted tor Brown in ninth.
Cincinnati 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 04
Brooklyn 8 0 0 0 8 0 0 4
Three-baa hit: Myers. Stolen bases:
llerso. Kamed runa: Brooklyn, t. fKu
blo plays Oroh to W'aaner to .Moll its;
wanner to Mollwlta; Cutshaw lo lis li
ne rt Bases on errors: Cincinnati. 1:
Hrooklvn, i Baae oa balls; Off
Hchnelder .'; off Ifcffer, 1.. lilts: Cff
B. Iinenler, & in five and one-third in
nings; off Brown, 0 In i and two-thirds
tnnuiKS Struck out: Bv Brown, 1; by
l'feffer. 4. l'nuirea: Qul'glsy and !soib
I aba ghat Oat blasts.
NKW YtUtK. Mav 11 Chicago evened
Its series with New York, winning the
a.i-onn game too ay. i to u. u waa a
pitrhera' battle between Humphries and
Ttsreau, in which both pltchrrs revived
It was suffrage day at the Polo
ground. The eyual auffrage campaign
coinnitlte rHlvetl a percantag of the
rt-uns. r-acn player acorlug a run waa
promised .s but BVhulte wa the only
'ajrr aoie iu laaa auvaniage oi in oi
ler, score; ,
CMIi AilO. NgW TK.
. ?. Aa. H.O.A K
raaian. a.. a m a s usuras, ir.... s e
r inr. aa .. 4 14 1 li.ul. Sb.... 4 S 1 I
prnuii ii .. a a a a vuobarl, ab. . 4 4 1 I S
lianun, Itil I I I SKIaulia, raa. 4 4 4 4 4
fcaier. lb.. . I 4 1! ORaaarla'a, rf 4 4 4
Wllliama. rfl I I 4Uriar4, Ik 4 4 4
Hraauabaa 1 4 t Maicra, a... 8 4 4 1 4
Kaiarir rf , 4 4 f 4 Wivr,,. ,( , t 4 4
H siaartas, 4 4 4 4 l l anau, p..
Iola I S S 4 S
Totals ...14 4 K 14 4tkaaer, .. 4 4
... ., . Tu,u 4 n 5 "i
Balled for Irarruu in eighth.
Chicago ...i ... .. 1 044440-1
Ni-w York ... . u I I t I 4 00
Two-l.sn" hit: KUher. ' Stolen baaf:
r- nulla, .inimerinan. Kamed rui.a: ( hi
btc". I Bases on 111; of! Ilamohru..
1 Tllils: iff Teanau. 3 In clulil Iniiinua:
off r' -in-oer, in one innlnM Ktrin k out:
llv Tf.KU. 7. by tii-linuer, I: bv Hutu
ihriea. 4 I'mrures. Kl.-iu an! Kmalta.
FA1RBURY WINS . IN FIFTH
All Rum of Game for Viiitori at
Norfolk Are Made in One
PLAY CARRIED ON IN THE COLD
. NORFOLK. Neb., Mgy II. Opeclal Tel
egram.) Two errors,1 three singles and a
double by Fairbury In the fifth Inning1
netted alx runs for the visitors who took
the second game of the derlea, 4 to 3.
The three Norfolk scores came in the
seventh Inning, when Purcell walked four
men.' He was replaced by Bishop, who
hit the first man up. Two forced tallies
and a single brought In the third score.
The weather wag extremely cold and
only a few fans ventured out. Score:
AH H.O.A E. AB.H.O A B.
Ttil.lbr'sit, r! 4 4 0 F)fo4'rl-k, lb I 1 I 4 1
Unb. lb..., I I 4 1 IDra. aa 4 4 14 1
Cnnlar. 1b..t 1 11 4 OMalker, tb..4 4 111
1 2 0 OKempln. If.. 3 X 1 S 0
1 1 1 0B Hrown. lb I 4 IV 0 4
0 1 1 OR Brown, rf I 1 e 4 4
1 1 1 e-illlli. c 4 4 4 11
0 l Tticlalns. of. 4
1 1 Partr.0. aa. . , 4
S nnnoy, id. . a
Boatha. C....4 4 T 4 SWallw'rth. pi 4 1 14
Pnrrall, p... 114 4 Tn 1 4 4 0 4
Blahop, p....l 4 4 4 4Clark 1 4 4 4 4
Totala..... 1 17 1 1 Totals 11 4 17 14 4
Fairbury 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 Q-t
Norfolk 0 000000 01
Two-baae hit: B. Brown. Stolen basea:
Hlldebrandt. Conlev. R. Brown. Double
plays: Thlaalng to Boothe to Broderlck,
OUils to B. Brown, Dye to Broderick to
B. Brown. BOses on balls:. Otf Percell,
! off Blahop. 1; off Wallworth. 2. Hit
by pitched ball: Olllls, by Blahop. Struck
out: By Purcell, 4; by Bluhon, 1; by Wall-
worth, . Time: 1:00. Umpire: Shuster.
Mllksklaamera Wis Easily t
COIAlMBl'8. Neb.. Mav . !. Soeclal
Telegram.) Beatrice outhlt Columbus to-.
aay, winning earliy, 11 to IV 'Score:
ritlman, lb. J 1 4 PrM. ' rf..,. I o 0. 4
BrsniKHl . t 14 1 llrlflll, t .K I 4 14 4
Black, rf.... 4 4 4 0S.H,Ht. lb. 4 t ' 14
Naff, .J.,.,4 114 IMsnaar. lf- I 4 14 4
nrowa. If.... S
...1 4 14 'bit e-114 v 4 4
Jb 4 , 1 i I , Durham, ib.. I 4,14
P. A. just-jciiiis-joy
against your palate!
No matter whether you pack your old
jimmy pipp brimful or roU a makin's
cigarette, Prince Albert certainly will
make you feel like a two-year-old on the
, tobacco question justassoonasyouhitch
it up to a match. And that's a fact!
You can't anymore
is just, from talking about it than you
' can judge the depth of a well from the
length of its pump handle. You get
personal information dug right out
of a tidy red tin or toppy red bag quick
as you can conveniently beat it to the
nearest shop that sells tobacco.
No matter how much you think you
can't smoke a pipe, or roU a makin's
cigarette, no matter how much you
have been tongue-scorched, you can
, smoke a pipe or roU a cigarette if you'U
' take a few grains of faith and believe in
Prince Albert It can't
bite your tongue and
can't parch your throat,
because the bite and
the parch are cut out
by a patented process
owned exclusively by
R. J. Reynolds Tobacco
No other tobacco can
be like Prince Albert
You'U get the quick
rue on that!
BmjP. A. mmtyt
Set tidy rear tins.
AsraesW rn AaWors
clammy ysassf trrytml-gbimt
Fran, e 4 4 I 0 OMerrer. Sb.. 14 111
Krtan. as... S i 0 1 Ktutimar. aa. 4 I 1 I
Irtrln, p 4 lit Powra. ... 0 4 4ft
Corer. i 4 1 I
Totals M 17 11 Uuatua. p..'.. 0 0 0 4
Thltmaa ... 4 4 0 4 4
Totals a 4 17 11 I
Batted for Justus la ninth.
Beatrice ... 1 0 0 0 0 0 4 311
Columbu 0 00010100-1
Stolen bases: Neff, Bockewltx, Ecun.
Korten, flehmldt. Sacrifice hits: t'lllman,
Kgan. Three-baa hit: Korten. Num
ber Innings pitched: By Powers, two
thirds innlne; by Corey, six and one-third
Innings; by Justus, two innlncs. Hits.
Off Power. 2; off Corey, i; off Justus,
4. Ptru.k out: By lrvtn. S; by Powers,
1; by Cnrey. T: by Juatus, 1. Bases on
balls: Off Irvln, : off Powers, 2; off
Corev. 2. Wild pitches: Powers ?. Hit
by pitched ball: By Irvln, Schmidt: by
Corey, Neff; by Justus, Black. Umpire:
With First Day of
NOKTU PLATTE. Neb., May .
(Special Telegram.) One hundred sports
men arrived hero today to attend the
annual meeting of the Nebraska 8 ports
men's association. No shooting waa
done today, however, because of the snow
storm which waa In progress here all
day. The shooting will begin Wednesday
morning at 9 o'clock at the -Buffalo Bill
shooting grounds. The sportsmen are
belnaT entertained her today by the
members of the Buffalo Bill Quo club.
Beaaaa Tuaats Tweaty Roaads.
DENVER. Colo.', May 18. Stanely Toa
kiim Of Denver won th decision over
Jimmy Heagan of San Franclseo in
twenty -hard fought rounds here last
nlBhL ' Reagan, although floored seven
timed. Including five fo the count of
nine, continued to fight doggedly until
the final gong. Yoakum was Unscathed,
but was unable to deliver a knockout.
Th men are lightweights. . ,
teU how good P. A.
XTTTSTT TTT C7
II MM II II I Ml II
the national joy smoke
FABER WINS SIXTH
STRAIGHT FOR SOX
Chicago Hose Trim Philadelphia
with Bush on Mound by Score
of Eleven to Six.
CHICAGO BUNCHES ITS HITS
CHICAGO, May 18. Faber won his sixth
straight game today when Chicago de
feated Philadelphia. 11 to 6. Faber was
unsteady In th first two innings, but
settled down and waa never In danger
thereafter. Bush was affected by the
cold and the local by bunching hits and
taking advantage of hi wlldneas won
easily. Score: ,
AB.H.O A K.
AB.H.O. A B.
B MurotiT. rf t
OFelach. of... I
Oldrlng, If.. I
Ptrunk, lb.. 4
fr-hans. c... 1
Lajole, lb.. I
Barrr. aa.... 4
Boatlck. Sb.. 1
Buah. p 1
Da via, p.... 4
ORoth. lb 4
lg Collin, 2b 4
OKournier, If. 1
4 J Colllas, rt. 4
OWeaver. as.. 4
1 Brief, lb..... 4
4Schalk, e.... 4
orabar. p 1
I t 1 1
14 4 4
0 ToUto.....ll 11 17
Totals 84 10 14 11 I
'Batted for Burn in eighth.
Philadelphia S t 0 0 0 0 1 0 0-6
Chicago 2 0 0 1 8 1 1 11
Two-baao hit : Strunk. Three-base hits.
Murphy. B. Collins, J. ColUns (2). Stolen
bases: Murphy, Fournler. Earned runs:
Bush, t; Davis, 1; Faber, 4. Bases on
errura: Philadelphia. 2. Bases) on halls:
Off Bush. 9: off Faber. 8 off Davis, 1.
Hits. Off Bush, 11- in seven innings,
btruck out: By Bush, 4: by Fiber, 7.
Umpire: Connolly and ChtlL -
. Bwatkera Association.
Atlanta. 5t. Little Rock, 1.
?New Orleans, 6; Memphis, 1
j Mobile. 1; Chattanooga, 7.
- Birmingham,, 5; Naahvill. . 4.
L "' ' Cef r4sja4 ISI4 V.'-' -.T i '.' '. (J'V '
r. fj y t kit A Xm
j-Gather round liwiA fcMl
i' hereaminute! tfMkMSl :
First thing you do next, buy
some Prince Albert and have a
party. Get chummy with it in
tidy red tin and youTl mighty soon
graduate to the crystal-glass pound humidor that's a thing
of ' beauty and a joy forever. It keeps Prince Albert at
the high top-notch of perfection and keeps you jimmy pipe
joyous and cigarette makin's happy I
NEWARK SHUTS OUT REBELS
Effective Pitching; of Kaiserlingr,
with Fine Hitting and Field
ing:, Wins Game.
SC0R EIS EIGHT TO NOTHING
PITTSBirRQH, May 1$. Newark shut
out th PltWburgh Federals today, 8 to
0. through the effective pitching or
Kalserllng. ' backed up brilliant f leldlnr
by Scheer and Boush and timely hitting
iv Strand. Scoral R.H,
Newark 8 000012 0- 7 1
I'lltsbnrrh oguii(i9w)i e
Batteries: Newark, Kaiserlin? and
Rarlden; Pittsburgh, Allen, Leclair,
Knetscr and Berry.
Clabby and Chip
Are Suspended by v
' Boxing Commission
NEW YORK, May 18.-Jlmmy CTabby
of Hammond. Ind.. and George Chip of
New Castle, Pa., middleweight pugilists,
were suspended today by th New York
Stat Athletic commission for, thirty days
on th charge that they had not given
their best efforts while engaged In a
scheduled ten-round bout, which was
stopped by Referee Billy Roche In th
eighth round here last Wednesday night.
T" , l 'V -
Kimball Teans Trimmed.
POTTTCR. Neb.j Mav 18-Spee!aJ)
Kimball's baa .ball team was defeated
Bunday afternnon In a slow game, 7 to !.
Batteries -. Kimball,- Rodman and -11.
Linn; Potter, Votcn and WUlls.
Too Mack Material. '-
Joe Tinker of Uie Whales, ha,' It Is re
ported, offered Leslie Mann, Charley Han
ford and Joe Havana iifrh to any Federal
league club that wants them.
REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.
WuiAtoQ-Salem, Ii C,
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