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THE UKK: OMAHA. TIT.SDAY. JI'NH I, ' 1!M..
Bringing Up Father
Copyright, iws. international
Drawn for The Bee by George McManus
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&YCU-Y! ltLODUTlN J COU.Y.' 1Ti FINE cinp it hdav,
ME PPE IS STOPPED I THE KITCHEN I v JUtT WHAT PIPE. CLEANER.! I I Hrtt- DRvinS
UP-I Wish HAD rT" r I WANT f IT'r" t : J I UKE A FORNACg
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RODRKES WIH ORE;
SECOND GAME TIED
Sioax City Pitchers Topple in Hom
ing Game, bat Fight in the
Tydemsn. cf 4
Henry, lb. ,
Psker, p. ..,
LAST ONE FOR 13 IKOTNGS
HIOWC CUT. la.. May'str-Omaha ami
Htoux City battled thirteen Inning this
afternoon to a to tic. The fame wa
ullwl at the end ef tha thirteenth to
e!low the Omaha tram to ratcli a train,
'ittrry Caspar worked ail tha way for tho
Jdlana, while Johnson and Closman were
lilt hard. Blodgett started in the eighth
nd ndd the local ecorelcss for tlit re.
mainder of tlia game. '
Osaaba tVlne Mornlaar
Oiiiilia treate d four Sioux pitcher alike
and won . tha morning game from the
ChsmrHons by a soore of 1J to T. Ever
do'n waa hit hard, but wa tight In tha
t.inclio. HI tram mn'.n batted well and
fielded wall hark of him, '
Omaha took tha lead In tha aacond In
ning with two nma on one hit, a walk
and an arror. Tha Indian tied St up in
tha third on two hit", a walk and a.
ntnT. In 4h third two walk, a alnela
und an error cava Hloux City a ono-run
The Rourke made three on aa many
tits, a dead ball and a walk In tha fifth
and drove Oyer and llallman off tha
mound In the sixth. In thla frame Omaha,
inado five hlU, two of which went to
Kverdon. The hming we a, weird one
and eleven, men faced the, S!ous City
The Indiana made two earh In tha alxtli
and seventh inninga. hut Everdon tight
ened vj in the lat two friimea and held
l.io home club hitleM. Omaha mado one
in the ninth. Mcore, morning game:
IOC it C1TV
Pa aw, ah
rox, ir. ,
It. Patterson, lb
William, Cf. ...
Ewnldt, aa. .....
Flannsgen, p. .
XI 4 8
-AH, It. H
Raaea on haJIa: Off Miiaaer, 1; off Welde
man. . Hit by pitched ball: By Welde
man. Hawjrer. Wild pitch: Weideman.
JiouMe playa: Hartford to Hiwyir to
JoMia; Jackaon to Boatwlok. Time: 1:3ft.
Ralih Mulford out of the race In hla Anderson atopped for gaa. oil and two i waa drlvlnc tha car
Batted for Brown In fifth
Ft. Joeeph 0 0 0 0 I
Wichita ii l l v l
Two-baae hit: Fox, Ware. Kafirtffc'
hiU: Fox, Ware. Ha PP. lUnlen baaea:
Warea (ii Itouhia playa: Flannaaran to
While to Prltlon; Kwoldt to Sataon.
Hlte. Off Urown, 5 In five Innlnaa.
Ptiuck out: tljr Jtrown, 2; by KUnnagan.
2; by Haker. S: by tletfft, 8. Kane on
halln: Oft Itrnwn, 8; off Klnnnaain, 1;
olf tlaker li off leiat. 1. Hit by pitrhed
ball: Uy Prown (NUholon. Wild
pitnhea: Prown, FlHnnaen. Left on
(.bjx-b: "Wichita. 7; fct. J5eih, 2 . Time:
K:iJ. fmplrei Van Hlrkle. Ikora aecond
Ware, lb 8 o
Ts'li'hnlaon, if......... t
Watson, rf. .......
II. Patterson, lb.
v:im.Mri ft ... .
AH. 11. II.
LinK TAKE TWO FROM BEAR
Grlaallea Itrop Betk Gaaea t the
DenblIteider. , i
DF.NVTJR, Colo.. May 81 IJncoln took
both a- me from Dwnver today, the flrat
by a xnore of JO to 1 and the aecond by
that of i to 4. Score, ftrat game:
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I Ml. vf ,
Col fey. If ,
' W 17 27 14
, AH, R.
- t .a.- 4
...:;r ii i n
! .. vlrtiKin. if....
( 'nllntmn. 2t...,
I !;uk, p.M
! f,i rvihe, rf..
K'riii irer. c
! (Culled aeventh by aKreement.)
K. 1 Wichita 9 0 0 0 0 6 00
j I yt. Jo.'h 1 4 1113 -ll
(I I T-o-hoe hit; Pane, Ewoldt, . Fox.
0 Pilttr-n, Wlllieina. htolen baa: rox.
0 1 Wat. hi.
0 ! r'.woidl.
nlava: Toineman to
to I'e trt Patterson.
t ; Hits: Off Ht. In four lnnin. Mim n
'nut: Hit AV I lev. 1! l tl. i: DV rUH
Ktutes on ba s: Off Celt. 6
I.Ml' It V.
i bv S
bv Sullivan, 3. Hit by i lt.Mied ball: Uy
wild purn: ntu-
(iiv. Hnnry. Wild
Tint'.: lau. Umpire:
TtVKB BEAT KtWI
113 Hm'lK, r(M..
Totals 40 li 14 37 14
Ki.i.x nty o o t i o i 2 o
1'mnhe 1 0 0 8 7 0 0
Two-bae hit: Kvardnn, Thomaaon. I Jackson, cf...
l(-nlina. Threo-haae hit: Prli-e. tsarl. J 1 honiei , cf-...
Iks hits: 1'avldnon. Hensllng, IMillsb-' 1-aUimoiu, 3b
tir, krarirer. .stolen base: Yourr. ; il'P". la......
Si hlfbner, Krueger. innlnaa pitched: Hy , Chru, lb...
lever, five non out in alithl; by Hall- 1 Monro, C
man, part of inning; bv Kelly, three;by ! laahner. p....
Ciark, one. Hits: Off Otver, off Hall-I ' ,rov"r' p
man. 1: off Kelly, 8: off Clark, 1. Haas i ' lu,,(n- P
o 111: Off Uyer, ; off Kelly. 1; off McCoy, p.
lark, J: off HJverdon, . Htmck out: Hy ....
ever, ; y ieiiy, j; t.y Clark. 1; by
Kverdon. 8. Hit bp pitched ball: By
rer. Kruerer -'). iaeed bll: Price. I,, . '
Time; 8.M. I'mplrea: Cuslck a ad Parent. !
: Hills. If
A. E !ayer. 3b
i lUrlf.v.d. aa..
Timely liittla t Dn Molaiea Clvea
' IKuiila Vlctnrr.
' DKJ WOINKS. May 81. Timely hitting
u bv tue lorsl rhvo them a double victory
a I over Topcka tortay, lit to 1. and I to 1
X'JackMnn of Topeka. after announcing In
Jit1:? third tnning that he waa playing the
U'tirst Kme incir protest wa put out of
. the gni'in for arguing with the umpire.
TiHioro, nrat game:
Total 81 1 6 27
Lincoln l 1 Q 8 8 a 1.010
lenver ,... 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 01
Two-hose hits: 8chrelher. IMIIV. lfrln-
tyre, M,j8ffigatx, Spenoer. Thioa-aj
hits- William. HrhrciW. Btolea hut:
McOafflran. Btrticlt out: By Ehman, 8;
by Arellanrg, 2. Ioublo playa: Lloyd to
McOnffigan to Williams, shields tunas
nixtedi. Hit by pitched ball: Wllllama.
K-hrelJier, IVIf. Bscrifii-o hlta: Hhrel
tr. lell. Time: 1:31. Umpire: Oeinel.
Hcore, second game-
. 4 1
. S 0
. 8 1
one hundred and twenty-fourth lap.
Van llaa'te who waa flagged by the
Judgea when ha came around without hla,
hood, which he loat when he skidded off
the track, wa VMrnlttod to' re-enter the
raco after he had run balk to the scene
of hit acldent, got hla hood and adjusted
It on hla car. He had crawled back Into
seventh place at the eld of 3 miles.
Get Fly lit gtart.
With Carl Flher, preaidant of tho
need way, leading the ftrat lap, the
twenty-four automobile racera started at
10 o'vlnck thta morning on their MO-mile
race. The first lap around the two and
a half mile brick track does not count
and It I intended merely to give the
drivers a flying start. The skies remained
Cox' car wa declared out of the raoe
after completing fourteen lap. A broken
connection, wa given aa the cause. Hla
waa the first car to leave the race.
Hlir car went out of the race on the
back atretrh on Its twenty-first lap be
cause of engine trouble. Boon after the
fifty-mile mark waa passed a number of
cara were forced Into the pita. Wilcox
and De Palma being among those who
had to change tires.
Kcsta. ulled Into the lead soon after
0 J i
tires and waa leading at the 100-mlle
mark. He waa cloaely followed by D4
Palma, and Wilcox and farther back Cam
Cooper, Porporato, RJckenbacker, Van
Rae.lt. Anderson, Grant and Burman in
the order named. The time waa 1:09:3C.4S,
an average of 88.88 mllea an hour. Mala
car was disqualified In the twenty-fifth
lap for leaving the track.
Interest in the race la usually keen on
account of - the excellent showing of
American cars in practice arid the great
speed displayed by all entrants. Ameri
can cara won the first two EOO-cnile con-
testa and foreign cara finished first In
1913 and 1914. ' Ralph De Palma Is tha
favorite In the betting. Howard Wilcox,
Darlo Resta and others, however, have
The cold rains which caused postpone
ment - of the contest chilled .the brick
paving of the course and the result will
be It !s declared by many, that fewer tire
changes will be made and consequently
greater speed can be maintained. Rene
Thomas, who established the record of
8:03:15 In lilt, drove on an average of
K. 47 'hilles an hour,
John De Palma, brother of Ralph, waa
forced out of the race with a broken fly
wheel In hla forty-third lap. De FaJma
Thomas won tha race last year.
D Palm Leads Half War.
De Palma, with an average apecd of
89.77 mile an hour, waa still leading when
the race was half over (250 mile). Hi
time was 1:47 :06. At. Resta, closely fol
lowed In aecond place and Anderaon was
not far behind. Earl Cooper, Porporato,
Wilcox, Van Raalte, Burman, Babcock
and Carlson followed In the order named,
with the- others behind. The average for
the distance last year was 82.84 miles an
At the 300-rtills mark De Palma, who
continued In the lead, had Increased hi
speed until his average waa a little better
than ninety mile an hour. Ilia time, aa
announced by tho Judges, waa 1:19:3137,
an average of 90.21 miles. Reata was still
running in second place, with Earl
Coopor in third and Johnny Altken, who
replaced Anderson at the wheel, was in
fourth place. '
Van Raalte' a car skidded off the track
on the rear turn, but did not turn over.
Ho and hla mechanician, Copple, shoved
the car back on the track, , minus its
hood, but It was flagged at the pits by
tha Judges. -
More cars ' began to drop out In the
early afternoon. Rlckenbacker was both
ered with engine trouble and quit lit his
103d lap. Babcock's car. out with engine .
trouble, was pushed off the track onto
the grass at the north end of the course
In its 117th lap.
Reata and De Palma BeeSav. " -Resta
took the lead from De Palma soon'
after the 300-mile mark was passed, when
the later had to stop for tires.
.Greeted by another great ahout l
Palma regained the lead In tha 136th lap,
after Resta had struck the wall at the
north turn and burst two tires. The
favorite was still leading at 350 miles,
with the other leaders following in this
order: Resta, Altken, Earl Cooper, Por
purato, Wilcox and Burman. De Palma
average waa 89.48 mllea .an hour. Juat
before Resta hit the wall De Palms'
manager lodged a protest with the judge
that Resta was xlgzagging on the back
track to prevent De Palma from passing
High School Boy Drowsed.
MASON CITT, la., May 81. (Special
Telegram.) Harold Pratt, aged 15 years,
high school pupil, was drowned in Lime
Creek today. He was testing a boat he,
bad Just made. Tha body has not teen
1 ell rf
K el in her, ss
U .SS ' 15
tt 1 T
AH. R. II.
Hear, aecond game:
AB. R. H. O.
-oi iii-y. Sb a . o 4
l'nWon, if S o 0 0
Katie, lb J 0 1 1
Jrf-x line, cf 4 10 1
I'ullahan. rf ( 0 1
II ins. 3b J a a
Voung. as 4 3 3 1
rip, c ( 0 4 4
'.Jmr, p 4 0 18
Total 44 I II SI
All. H. II. O.
Hit It h. If 7 1 O i
t' r. eii. .'b i I 1
Kafura. c 4 3 1
Kius. SO 8 1 t 1
ThiMiiax.o. cf 0 0 3 &
1 liet.m-r. lb i 0 1 30
I alen. a 1 l
J"hnon, p 0 0 o 0
l ayna 1 1 1 ,0
t'Lwman, p 1 0 a
Krurgt-r I 0 0 . 0
biodgetl, p I 0 0 0
Total W I lj U
Htt-d for Johnson In the fifth.
l Mogrilse. p.
Top k a . .
!- Moines .
O. A. K.
4 t 1
0 0 0
0 a 0i
4 6 0
8 8 0
1 0 0
0 0 0
0 0 0
1 1 1
J4 17 1
O. A. K.
1 O 4
I 0 0
4 4 3
1 1 0
8 0 0
0 4 0
r 14 "s
0 0 01
Totals 6 4 H JS IS
Hatted for 'ATielan In the twelfth.
Lincoln . .-1 000000101 0
deliver .,..0 1100000010
Two-base htts: McOafflsan, Morse
r-pencer, ianta. Lloyd. Three-base hit:
" run: nenenar. Hlolen
: Coffey (1), Kelleher. Oalloaay
U Sacrifice hlta: McAllister, tkmrelher
(il. Mctiaffifan, nail. Coffey, struck
out: By Harrington, by Morse.
liases on balls off Harrington. .4: off
Morse, 6. loutl play: Dslly to Wlll
ama to Lloyd. .TUne: J :3a. Umpire:
DE PALLIA WINS BIG
500-MILE AUTO RACE
GOING RECORD PACE
. 4;v:v, .ii-
0 0 0 0
Two-bnaa hit: l.attlmore. Hartford.
TsHtiehill, Pswyer ti. Bacrtrica r.tt:
C.Hhrn. MogrldsK Ktolen ba-: Bost-wl.-k
Sawyer. Lft on b: Topeka. 7;
M..lnes 10 lilt Off tehnr. 8 In
ivw-iliinU mnnina: off Orover 0 tthree
men el uaie. on 1 1, in wo" "w- ,
(Continued from Page One.)
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Sk,u City 0 I03tl00000-4t m Ver I iL
I h. A A . 1 , . a .. . I .HHlfr.' 11......
Z v. v o Ho. he, rf
Two-bRse hits: Young, Kafnra. Krug.l lacl.son. cf
nxp Inomason. Kaiw. bi rtfl.-e hua: I.atOnKre. ib.
' aliBliati, Johneon. Uapar U. Cxiney. i UH. lb
'""'li' fly: Conney. Htoln 1...-:-,,.l.in h....
the lxt-svcatb lap and Pe Palma;
oopped the lead. Until the lilat lap De i
Palma ahowed hla heela to all of tliein.
t.t at that atage the famous Italian
made hla second change of tire. He
changed all four tlrea and hla pitmen
ware quite alow, taking two minute and
tnenty-one aecond In performing the
Rssta took advautaa of the delay by
shooting Into the lead, but lap 137 saw
Rta In a dmilar plight. Wtill he waa
changing hla tubea le Palma swung Into
h lead again and mas never In danger
But eleven cars fluUhed the race. i
I'l.. .. . . 1
off Ui-Cov. 12 In Mx In- i .,iuin .w- , . i
7. m..7Ti. iw sttidva b. b - pnae winners, nut i
Mrt w, 1. Bss on b.1': Off MogrlJe. n Other car, an Emden. driven by Wll- !
1' off ihner 1: utf Orover, i. off . lie Haupt, finished,
;.rv:oUUo.rid,ge1,W.ld.l!'.!e:! other, either dropped out or we,
oarldse ( Poubk f pllya: Hsrtford to ( ruled off the track.
Joitea. itaitrora 10 johm i ii"i-"". 1M117 nnD arove nis jaaxwoll over
I.Kitnnore to noi; "t' '- the curvea on id 1M. but nnb.w
hurt, JCo alld o.'f vlu"? f. i-.-r tlc
Cooper, In a Bebring, rolled
.H it.ii t Bostwk-k. Passed ball
0:r.n,- 1 il I'moiie: Mvvis.
fcore. second sms:
i!Cltllng (21. Thomilotl flnlf,aH m1,..W4
Hy Jui.uaun. four; by Chmaii. three; by
luixinelt, six.. Hits: Olf Johnson, (i; ott
lii.aiitan. i; ofr liiodgett, 8. Basos on
alsa: off Johnson. S; off Closnmii, i; off
.(.ir. 3. Htruik out: By Johnson. 1:
l;v t loanian. 2; by liaepsr, 4. lilt by
pitched ball: By OaspHr. Kihllebner.
lime: S.r:. empires: Patent and Cu-
JCSICS A O M It'll Kg BICtK KXKM
llrsHMra sad Waive SHi Doable
Btll vi Ilk (oalrit Aitlrr.
T. JOPFPH. Wo.. M.y 31.-st. Joih
ai.d Vil.hna tiuke ev.n in tills sitr
.iMn's Ooubie-liosaVr, tlie vtcitors win
Jung ttot nrat game ore tust riaiiie:
t U 1 1 1 T A .
AB. M. II. O. A E
srea. -u 1
S 'l.-l..an. If 4
'iial am, c...
On out hen wlnnlnt run scored
Topk 1 0 0 0 0 1-8 i
;! Moines V 0 8 0 10 0-3 1
Called hy sgreeinenl te allow liine to
catch a train.
Home runs: Jackson. Bills. 8i.-rfic
hits: Mayer. Jonea. Bllia. Two-bas bit:
Oraham. Atolea baas: Ittlmor btruik
out' By Muaser, 7, by Weidetuan. 8.
El , , ... V, Ml ... V
I vi n wii-u, dui i.Hjin ne ana 111a mectt
0 anician eacaped injury. ,
But a few Oijishan attended the race,
and those who did were disappointed, de
0 j spite the wonderful laces driven by- le
0' Palma and Reata. v Mud covered all parte
of the apeedway slid but twenty -three
vara were entered. Aa only sluven flu
shed and all but the first finished well
to the rear there were few of tne thrills
speed enthusiasts so keenly appreciate.
Oit Brief Tilt.
De Palma and Resta engaged in ine
short ttlt for two or three lape. but did
net keep It up, that In only Indica
tion of real racing.
Among tha Omahani in attendance
Ware K-, J- McBhane. Morris Milder.
Horace Boyles, Dr. E. R. Terry, len
Melady and Lrm HUL
Louis "lieiiotet midget csr was de
clariki officially out of the lac in tt
seventy -aeentU lap. It wa the arnall
et ear la the race, weighing only 1,000
Pouad. A broken connecting rot put
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