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ROURKES RAP YANCE
OFF OF THE RUBBER
Former .Nebraska State Leaguer
Unable to Hold Omaha and St
; Joe Loses, Six to Four.
ELODGETT STEADY AFTER THIRD
1st. JOSEPH. Mo., June S4.-mhe
hammered ' Vance from the rubber . and
took the first frame of I be eerie.. Bloilcett
waa atrady' after the third -Inning. Score I
' OMAHA. 1 '
lb. ...4. S
o . a
Total ., .1 J ST '
BT. . JOSEPH;
AB. K. H,
Vance, p ,
i n it
Batted for FUher In ninth.
Omaha ....?.. '
St. Joseph..,...-... I 0 0 0 4
Two-haae hllat Rapp, William. Wataoa,
Thnmaaon. Krugeticr, Saorlflo hlU:
Nlihokwn,--K-riwiH. alett. Sacrlfloe
fly: J'age. Stolen bases: Forsyth. Thorn
nun. Double play: Rapp to Fisher to
Kwoldt. Hit: ttff Vanoe, In three and
one-third Innlnir. Struck out: By Vanoe,
1; hy Taylor. ; or Blodawtt. 4. Bases on
hull: off Vanoe. 1: off Taylor, S: off
Rlodcett t. l-eft on baaes: St. Joseph, 4:
Omaha. S. Karned runs: St. Joseph. S;
Omaha, a Time: MS. Umpire: Myere.
BOOTH II V WIV rOS'SOOITIM
Dea Molars Toarhee Him far teea
lea Hit mm Wins. , . .
KIOUX C1TT, June 24.-Des Molne
touched Boothhy for aeventeen hits today
and won the opening game of the aerlea
l.y a aonre of to I. The vieltnra made
lour runa in the laat Inning. Score:
AB. R. If,
t'ooitay, 2b 4
Olarke, If 4
Price, o, ,
l iafK ...........
TotaJa 84 I 27 II
AB. IX. H.
Hh. rf I' 1 S
fmwyer, lt S I
Hunter, cf 4 S i
Jone, lb 4 1 S
Hartford, eej. i ? !
Hilia. If J
Tanrtebitl. Sb J " 1 , 4
Hiven, o B 5-5
Musaer, p - 4
S 17 27 U
Matted for Davldapa In ninth.
Hatted for Tounc la ninth.
ttutted for Price In ninth.
lou City J
D-a MoUie 1 t S
Two-bae hit: Ixleune. Tannehlll,
Hren. 6wyr. Boothbr. Btnln ba:
Kawycr, Jonre. Callahan 12). Kane,
fxiuble play: Kn to Callahan to Kane.
Hit: Off Muwer. S In elKht and two
thirda Inninga. BaJa on balla: Off
Hohby. 1; off Muwr, 4. Ptrak out: By
Hm,ihly. S; by Muaser, I: by Thomaa. 1.
Wild i.ln-hea: Mue.r. Boothh.- Hit fcy
pitched ball: By Woothby, Hartford, flmo:
S.14. Umpire: Vaiy:le.
KS WIN FIRST FROM TOrtKi
Standing of Teams
WE8T. DKAOt'fl; I NAT. J-KAOVE.
tV.t. Pr ,l W I . Pel.
Dea Molnea 5 1 .WChk ..,.12 II .H
Topeka ....) M .awlphUa t .bX!
Denver . . Si .861, St. Louie.... M .6
Omaha U Boaton Ti J9
Unooin . . . . p 1 .dof FUtburah .18 M .It
Ht. Joeeph.. 1 .IWi New Tork.,23 17 .44
t(ou OHy. M m Ami Cincinnati 9 .tU
Wichita ,.,! .4i bronklyn ..Mtl.i
AM EH. LTJAOnR. FED. LKAGUR.
nhtcaao ... 41 0 .7? Kan. Clty,...S7 SI .ff
Detroit .iwi St. Louie M Xt .Jff
Boaton SO t .fM Oilcairo M M .141
New Tork..S0 M .Mo'l'ltteburcbj .. M ."
Wahlna;t"n.r W Newark" SO SO .
Cleveland ..fl 34 .S Brooklyn ...WM.4T7
Ht Loula... 21 M .S Baltimore ...22 S4 .404
Phlla ..21 S7 .m, Tfliffalo 21 40 M
. AMER. ASSN. 1 STATU LRAOITE.
W.LPct.f . W.L.rVt.
Indtajuipllc.tS .421 Beatrice ...II U -V
Loulavl:le...S4 27 M7 York 1 14 .M3
Kan. City.. 81 St .RM Norfolk ....SOU.WW
St. Paul. ...) 4K(d, llnd..H 1 .HO
Cleveland...; SO ,474iPalrbury ...14 SO .411
Milwaukee.. M SS ,47 Haatlnra ..17 1 .US
Mlnneapil..C HS .441
Columbua...SS M 4T '
, NEURASKA STATFJ LEACH B.
. Falrbtiry, 4; Beatrice, .
Norfolk-Grand laland, forfeited hy um
pire' order, . i ,
York, Hastlna;. H I.
' Denver-Wichita, Denver failed to ar
rive at WttHilta.
Topeka, 4-4; Uneoln. 10-4.
Dea Molnea, S; fllnux City. I.
Omaha, : Pt. Joieph, 4.
NATIONAL. LISA QUE.
St. Louie, IS: Chicago. 11
Cincinnati, S; PttUburrh, a
Brooklyn, ; Boeton, C
Phlladelrhla, I: New York, IS.
New York, 7: Philadelphia, I.
Boaton, ' IS: We-shmton, 4. ,
Uhlnao, I; Cleveland, 4. 'Nineteen In
ning. s j
St. Loula, S; Detroit. . . ? ',.
Kaneaa City, S; Newark, a
Ht Loula. S; Baltimore, 4.
Chicago. I; Brooklyn, S.
Mlijburtrh. I Buffalo, S. '
Mlnneapolta 4; Milwaukaa, 1
Oolumbua, 10; tndtanapolla, 0.
Bt. Paul, IS-l Kansaa City, 1-1
Weetern Lekarua-Denver at r Wichita,
Topeka at linooln, Dea Molne at Sloug
City, Omaha at St. Joaaph.
National League St. Loula at Chicago,
Cincinnati at Ilttaburgh, Brooklyn at
Philadelphia, Bdeton nt New York.
American League isew or at jw
ton, Philadelphia at Waahlngton.
Federal Ieague Kanaaa City at New
ark, HU Loula at Baltimore, Chloago at
Brooklyn. I'lttabunrh at Buffalo.
Nebraaka State league York at Nor
folk. llaatlnga at Beatrice
BRAVES MAKE IT
3 FROM BROOKLYN
Tyler in Great Form and Shuts Out
Dodg-en, Oiying" Them
BOSTONS HIT DOUGLAS FREELY
Narveetm, B In all Innlnga; off Orover, 4
In four ana two-ttiiraa iniunga. lime:
JR. llnnHre: Parent.
Score, aecond game:
AB. h. H. O. A. &
Roche, lf.-rf. 7 0X100
Boetiok, aa I t S t 4 I
Trainer, rf.-lf T 1 1 I
Dell, cf Till I
Mayer, lb. 7.0 1 11 I
Latttmore, Sb. .... 11 I S I
Cochran. Sb. 7 0 110 1
Bappa, e. I 0 1 S S
(W'ldeman. p. 1,0,0 ft 1 t
Orover 1 0 0 0 0
IDaahncr, p. 1 0 0 16 1
Total U i II 42 U I
Kchrelber, ef. .
Will lama. lb. .
MoAlllater, c. ,
iDawaon. p. ...
Darkaeaa (alia eed at Km !
rwarteeatk, m TU.
LINCOLN. June St. Lincoln won th4
first game from Topeka today by a aoore
f Id In I The econd game, a long
drtwn out pitcher' battle, waa called at
the end of the fourteenth Inning on ac
o.int of darkneaa with the acore tied at
4 to 4. Score. Ilr- (ante;
AH. K. H. O. A.
Rt-he. if S I . 1 ,
ttt.iU k. aa 4 I 1 S 4
'I ranjf r, rf J
lN-il. cf S I 0
Mayer, lb 4 11 0
1 .nnuiKre. 2t S 'O S 1
I'oi hran. SI'; 4 I 1 I
iU.nroe, c 4- -4
irirlerj, P J 1 1 0 S
Orner, p S 4)
Total SI 4 I 14
AH. R. H. O.
4 1 1 S
Kohribcr, cf ..
WtiHana, lh ...
... 10 12 27
Tof-rka 0 4S100000 4
Ltacotn S 1 li I I 1 10
Two-base hit: VfcOaffiran. Roc.ha.
Williams. Naxveaoo, Trainer, Imuble
piay. LaJtlraure to Bon k to Mayer,
ru.'ien tww: 1 rainer, CiHiran, Monroe,
I'ril, Miaftiiaa. becrifw hlla: IJoyd
im-ii. struck oiif ny Narveaon,
!-:ite on Iji' tf fUima, I. off rn-
ti.-ra. 4 btt Nrvun, 4, off Orover, X
Hit with bitctMl t-all: By Narveaoo. 1:
t y li'OiTi. 1; bv Orover. L lilts: Off
r i iiia'i, s In Inrtm Iniitoas; off Sander.
in four and eras- tblrd uiulucs, off
. AB. M.
H. O. .
BOSTON, June 24. BoetOn made It
three atralght from Brooklyn, winning
today' game, I to 0. Tyler waa in great
form, holding the visitors to three hit.
Ho gave frequent ' paiae. but managed
to tighten up at critical period. Boa
ton hit Dougla freely and In tlmly
faahlon. Gets and Smith contributed fea
ture) play, the former taking a foul
out of Brooklyn' dugout and th latter
a liner from Oota, on, which he doubled
Wheat, ' who wa on third. Score:
rVMsr. . 0 t 4 OKH.p't k. lb 1 1 1
Mfryora. Bf..,l OOllhart. rf..4 4
UauMrt. lb. I 1 I ! OCnnnoll)'. If. 4 1 4
l1.hw. tb. 0 4 0 OHmlth. lb.... 4 19 6 4
Wheat. ir....l o I (iHrhmldt, lb. i l l
llmnMii. rfl S OMa. tf....l 4
M.i'anr. f,. t I 4 I 1 M vanTll, as 4 t t
UMi Ilk 4 I S OWhalln. t i l
ItniiRlaa, .. I 0 1 1 OT.lar. t I 00
AmWoa. p. 0 0 4 1 0
Hummall ., 1 0 Totals to W 17 1 1
Millar 10 4 4
Tntsle i t 14 1 1
Hatted for Douglaa In the seventh.
Batted for Appleton In ninth. ;
Brooklyn .....0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Boaton ...2 0 1 0 1 S 0 0 -
- Two-baae hit: Daunert. Three-baae
hit. Schmidt. Stolen baaea: Fltapatrlck
til, Ollbert, Magee. Double playa: Smith
tunaasisted); ue.ur.en to u wiara-xo iau
bert. Baa on errora: Brooklyn, L Baaea
on balls: Off Douglaa. I: off Appleton,
I; off Tyler, a Hlu: Off Douglaa In
aix Innings; off Appleton, t In two In
ning. Struck out: By Dousrla. I; by
Tyler, 1 Umpire: . Byron and Eaaon. (
CHICAGO. June St. Heinle Zimmer
man, the crippled Infielder of the locals.
batted In a pinch today, ana inane gooa
with a double which enabled Chicago to
tie the aoura and. then stole home with
th winning run, after Oood a Infield out
had put him on third. Chicago defeat
ing St. Loula, 14 to ll. The game waa a
wild exhibition of baa ball with plenty
SAYS THAT BROTHER JOE WILL
LOUIS J. STECHER.
4 IS 42 St
Batted fur Wldaman In the eighth.
Two-be se hits: Mayer. McAllister.
Schretber, Roche. Double playa: Me
lntyre to MoAlllater to Williams: Liortt
to Daley to MoOafflgan. Mayer to Bua-
tlok. Haoa to Latttnor. uoia to Me-
Oaftlgan to Wtlllama. rH.en baaea:
Dell. Lattimora. noatioa, nocne. re.
rtflre hlta: Widamaa. Daley, BoetUk.
MoOafflgan (I). Rappa, Srhrlnber. Mruck
out: By Powell, 4; by Wtdeman, 3;. by
Daahner. I: by Dawnson, 3. Masea on
11a: Oft Powell. 3: off Wldeman. S;
off Dtvain, S: off Daahner, 4 Hit by
pitched ball: By Daahoer, s. wild pltokt
Powell Paaeed ball:. McAllster. Hlta:
Off Wldeman. T In seven Innings: off
Daahner, In seven Innings: off Powell,
10 In elghtlnnlnga; off laweon, I In ale
Innlnga Tln; KXt. Vmptre; Parent.
4 10 I
(tililvan: Milwaukee. SiiackWford. Blap-
nicaa ana r.ranaon.
At Louisville R.H.H
CeliuuL.ua I I 1
Louisville I 14 4
Retteries: Columbua Curtis, Davis and
Coteinan; Louisville. Mlddleton. Northrup
At ladlanapolla R 11 E.
Cleveland 10 1 1
Baitertes: Cleveland. Brent on and
Billings; Louisville, rkhardt, Mer and
At Kansas City R.H B.
Ft. Paul Ullt
Kansas City 14 1
Batlerle: St. Pad. Hall and Glenn,
Johneon; Kansas Ctty. Allison. Ueorae.
iDelhl and Akxandar, Getbe4. Score, eec.
onxl game Kil l.
ht. t'aul t
Kaaaaa City II
Batteries: St. Paul. Steele, Karger and
utenn; nearan ana Aieaaaaer.
t aaaae aa4 Ceaa Are Seriaaa.
Don't dlaregard your cold. You sneeae.
ceugh, are fevrln nature warning.
Dr. King a New Discovery will curs you.
tw. All druggist. Aderttenint
of hitting and errors on each aide. Th
vlattora took an earlv lead by bunching
hlta but Chicago went Into the lead when
Saler's horns run drive started a rally
In the fifth.
St. JLouls bunched hit again In the
Ixtrl and with the aid cf an error again
took th lead. Th game sea-sawed until
the ninth, when erratic playing and timely
hitting gavs St. Loula four runa.
With Chicago trailing two runa behind.
Zimmerman delivered his timely hit
which sept two runner across and tied
the oount. Th visitor used seventeen
tren, four of whom ware pitchers, while
Chicago found It necessary to use a like
number of twlrlera and on plncn hitter.
ST. LOOM. CHITAOO.
AB H.O.A C AB.lt. O.A C
Butler, sa..l I 1 4 Om4. rf 4 1 1
ttMcbar. If.. 4 1 IUM. as... I 1111
Millar, l-lb. I I 4 S ISrbulte. If.. 4 S 4
Wilms, ef.,.1 1 4 ftSalar, lb. ... I 114
lxlaa. rt ... I S S (Phalan. 3b.. I f 1 t I
Hratt. ia...l II OWIIMams. ef 4 114
Hviaalns, la.. I 41 tArrhar, .... 41
Dark. la..... 4 I 1 IMoUlTT, Sb. 1141
IIBS I T-I 1
Onnaalea a 0 4tian4rt4a. l I I 1 I
nrlar, a.... 4 IIS K-heney. ... I 14
Hatial, lb. . I iarre. a....
Kobinse. . S I 4 I aaXlBarmaa .114
Maadoea 1.1 I I I 1
Hontia ...- Totals eg it 7 ii
Par.Ua. ... 1410
Woak. a I
Total 41 1734 II I
Batted for Beck In the ninth.
Hatted for Meadows in the seventh. .
Two out when winning run aoored.
Batted for Pierce In th ninth. .
It. Louis t f 0 0 I 1 0 4-lS
Chicago 10 1 0 I I 0 0 414
Two-baa hlta: Wilson. Archer (2).
Dolan, rlchulte. Hyatt, Miller, Zimmer
man. Home run: rtaier. Btoien bases:
Bhelan, Williams. Zimmerman. Earned
run: Chicago, 11; St. Louis, 12. Double
play: Fisher to Saler. Pases on errors:
hiraao. I: St. Loula. 3. Heaea on hall a.
Off Kabel. 1. off Robinson, 1; off Stand
ridge, 1' off Meadowa. 1; off Cheney. 2.
Hits: on Zabel, In two Innings and
one out In third; off Standrldge. I In
three and one-third innings; off Cheney,
I In three and one-third Innings: off
Pierce, S n one-third Inning; off Robin
son, I In four and two-third innlnys; off
Meadows, 4 In one and one-third Innlnga;
off Perdue, I In two and one-tlurd in
nings; off Doak, none In one-tnlrd in
ning. Struck out: Hy Zabel. 1; by Rob
inson. 1: by Standiidg, 1; by Perdue,
1: by Cheney, i. I'mpirea: Orth and
Ulaata Defeat Phlla.
NEW YORK. June ?4. The New Tnrk
Nattonala hit all three Philadelphia
pttohera her today and won the flret
home victory ov-r Morans teajn this
aeason, 11 to a Q. Burns of th Glante
maaa two alnylea and a double, drew a
baa on balls, aevred Ihre runs ami
etol two baaea. Catcher Atlanta of
Philadelphia hurt a fiutrer and avas suc
ceeded by K. Hums, hnodsraaa had ten
ilea nil to aim, of which he aocepte!
nine. Third beaeman Lobert of New
York injured a rib In batting practice
tins morning ana rtretnard took ni piac.
PHILADKLTItl KIW TORIC
aanroft. aa. I I I 4 agnadtraaa. rl a 1
byraa. Ik... I III ) Buraa. Ifrt 4 134
Ktakart. lb.. 4 111 euurrai. If.. 444
Craralb. rf.. I lo.la. lb.... I 114 1
laamu, lk. I 111 1 latrhsr. aa. 4 t I 14
1: by Shaw. J: by .Engle, 1. Umpires
Dinuen and Nailln, - ,
Yrrk. 2: Philadelphia, 4. Bases on balla:
Off Stroud. 2; off Rlxey, S; oft lineup,
4. Hlta: Off Demeree, 4 In on and one
third Inning; off Klxey, I In two Innings;
off Tincup, S in four and two-third In
nlnga. Struck out: By Stroud. 4: by
Rlxey,' . Karned runs: Philadelphia. S;
New Tbrk. . ' Umpires: Rlgler and Hart.
Pirates Lose to Reds.
PITTSBURGH, Juno 24. Cincinnati
defeated Pittsburgh. 5 to S, here today.
Mamaux waa knocked out of th box
in the third Inning, after having allowed
a total of seven hits. He waa relieved by
Adams, who was also hit hard. Toney
waa effective throughout, except In the
third, when a triple, two pneaea and an
out at first gave the Piratea two runa,
and In the ninth, when two hits scored
another tally. Score:
AB H.O.A B AB.H.O.ll.
Leant), ct....t 4 I OOarey. If.... 4 111
Moilwiti. ib4 111 ot'olllaa ef... 4 010
Hri(,, aa...4 SIS IBatrd. lb.... 4 I I 1 I
Kllllfar. It.. I 1 1 SHIaobma. rf I 1 1
tlroh. Sb I I 1 4 OWaaner. all I I I
I'larka, C....4 41 OVIoi. lb I lilt
Griffith, rf. . 4 I'l a ojohnatan. Ik 4 1 IS a
Olaon. la.... 4 111 oOlbauo, a... S 111
Tonar. ....! Ill 'atllo ... 1 4 4 4
Maskaux, p.. 0 4 4 4 I
Totals U II ST U 4itrhaa ....1 14
Atama .... till
Oarbar .... 4 4 14 4
ToUls II I 17 II
Batted for Gibson In the ninth.
Hatted forMtunaux la the third.
Hatted for Adama In th ninth.
Cincinnati 0 1 t 0 0 1 1 0 01
Pittsburgh 0 S 0 0 0 0 11
Two-baae hlta: Mollwltx. Oroh, Grif
fith. Hlnchman. Three-base hit: Johns
ton. Stolen bases: Moilwiti, KUIifer,
tarey. Double plays: Baird to Vlox:
Adams to Wagner to Johnston. Earned
rur.a: Cincinnati, 6; Pittsburgh. S. Rases
on balls: Off Tonay. I; off Mamaux. 1:
off Adama, 2. Hlta: Off Mamaux. 7 In
tnre innlnga; off Adams, I in six In
nlnga Struck out: By Toney, I; by
Adams. 1. Umpire: Klem and BmaUa.
Beatrice Day Races
BBring Fast Time
BEATRICE. Neb., June 24. (Special Tel
egram.) Beatrice day at th races this
afternoon brought a crowd estimated at
I.SU0 and th track record o f21H4 was
broken in the IK pale, th beat tlm
being I 08. -
Th rac waa won by Hal McKinney In
atralght hosts. Watery Todd won th I SO
trot, Jennie Fltsslmmons, the 1:22 pac
and Peter lkallaa th 1:14 trot.
COIIES TO SEE JOE
Ensign Louis J. Steelier of th U. S.
Hary, Here from Fliiladelpbia
t for the Katoh.
HE HTKSELF IS A CHAMP
Enaf en , Louis J. Steelier of the
United- States battleship Brooklyn has
arrived ,in Omaha from Philadelphia.
To those who may wish to know Just
who Enilfn Louis J. Btecher Is, it Is
only meet to 'say that he is two rears
elder brother to "the kid." Ton
don't mean ta gay you don't know
who "The Kid" is? Heavens What
Ignorance. , -"The
kid," a brother Lout call him.
la no other than Joseph Steaher of Dodge,
Neb., who on next Fourth of July intend
to wrestl Charles (Cutler at Mr. W. A.
Rourka's ball park tin til Charles become
so aggravated that he will relinquish all
claims to th tltl of champion wrestler
of the world.
"He'll do It, too," convincingly remarked
Louis who U but slightly smaller than
Frank Ootoh. himself, as an expert ton
sorial artist of th Merchants hotel barber
hop rubbed various concoctions Into hi
"I haven't aeen Joe 1 soma time, but,
believe me. he's th boy that can do
her," he continued, aft pausing td re
lieve himself of a mouthful of maaaag
"I am on my way horn now. and x
pct to teach th kid a few thing about
th game myself." (Th nlgn la ro-
ognlsed as th wrestling champ of th
"Humph," grunted the barber shop
porter in an incredulous manner, .and
Immediately retired to thd anteroom
when Louis raised hi head to perceive
from wheno th noise emanated.
The elder Stecher has come west from
Philadelphia especially to see the match
and asserts that ther Is great interest
In th bout back east. "Opinion as to
th winner Is about evenly divided, but
those who have seen both men In ac
tion seem to think a I do."
After th match Enaign Stechcr will
return eaat and start immediately with
his ship for a cruls to th Adriatlo and
Board of Direotors
of Western League
Has Informal Meet
An Informal meeting of tb board of
directors of the Western league waa held
Wednesday when Jack Holland of St
Joseph dropped off on his way from
Sioux Ctty to St. Joseph. Ibll and
Rourk are th other two directors.
Tb three directors discussed sugges
tions which might be mad at th league
meeting today. Isbell even went so far
aa to suggest that th Yrestern drop back
from Class A to Class B, but Rourk and
other owners are Inclined to disfavor tht
Holland I carrying th big grouch.
Holland want Jack Van Syckle fired
pronto. Jack had a run-in with Van
Syckl at Sioux City th other day
and th ald run-In developed Into
a young riot. Holland talked for half an
hour and Van Syckl was his constant
subject, He certainly has a . grudge
against Van. Hs will ask that he be
fired summarily when th Western mag
Scbayler Beats Howells.
HOWELL8, Neb.. June 24. tSpeoial.l
Schuyler defeated Howells her Wednes
day In a faat gain of ball, i to t And
reda for Sohuyler allowed four hlta and
struck out twenty men. Score: H.H.E.
Sohuyler 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0-S 8 S
: Batteries: Schuyler: Andrews and
Da via; Howella, Dickey and Herman.
Struck out: By Andrews, SO; by Dickey, a
Baaea on balla: Off Dickey, i. Hit by
pitched ball: Br Dicker. 1. Time) 1 .
TERRIERS FAIL TO
HAKE IT13 IN ROW
St. Louis Defeated by Baltimore;
After Winning Doien Straight
FINAL SCORE IS FOUR TO" THREE5 v
Beaeftted fry Chamber lala'a Llal.
"Last wlntr I used Chamberlain'
Liniment for rheumatlo pains, stlffnei
and serenes of the knee, and can con-j
vianuuuaijr mm j mai . 4 never usea any
thing that did me so much good." Ed
ward Craft, Elba, N. T. Obtainable
BALTIMORE!, June 24 -St Louis, attna
winning twelve straight, lost today t
Baltimore 4 to 2. Suggs pitched gooct
ball throughout Score: - R.H.K.
St. Louts 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0-4 I 1
Baltimore ....1 0 00 0 S1 0-411.1
Batteries: Groom. Wlllott and Hart
ley; Suggs and Owens.
Tips Loaa Another.
BROOKLYN, June 24. Poor pitching VV
Lafltte waa reanonalblo for th elrhth
straight defeat of Brooklyn today, Chi-;
iff Ml iwiiiuriuiM iiiiii .ui .ill," KMa ... va.w
first three Innlns-a and scoring six runa.
enousrh to win. The fielding of J. Bmlth,
Kauff ana Halt were the features. Ha
gue, who yeaterday sprung a "charley
nui ,r, nil, w vu. v. 1 1 ' u . I. I'm .... anv -
era! dava. Brown held Brooklyn to
three hit in the four Innlnga ha worked.
He waa emked bv Howard In running to
second In the fifth and retired In favor
of Black. Score: R.H.L
Chlcf, S 0 I 0 0 0 0 0 0-4 15 0
Broc-ilyn 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0-g 7 I
Batteries: Brown, Black and Fischer;
Lafltte, Marlon, Wilson and Simons.
Blaea Trias Rebels.
BUFFALO, June 24. Six hit eoupled
with Pittsburgh' three errors In the
txth Inning gave Buffalo enough runs
to win today's game, the final score be
ing 0 to a This was Rogge's last inning
tn the box for the vlattora Leclalre al
lowed but one hit during th remainder
of the game. Score: R.H.E
Pittsburgh ...o ooiooosi-esa
Buffalo 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 IS 2
wnnri; .ueciairc ana jserTy; enuis
and Allen. : r
Caaeys Trim' Newark.
NEWARK, N. J., June S4. Kansas C1tvr
with Gene Packard pitching, won the
first game of th series her today. S to
1 Score: R.H.E.
Kansas Clty..O 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 08 6 I
.Newark 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0-4 4 S
Batteries: Packard and Easterly; Mose-
ley and Kariden.
Southern Aaaoclatloa. -
Atlanta, ! Birmlnaham. 0.
Chattanooga. 7: Little Rock. 2. " "
Memphis-Nashville: rain. '""
No other scheduled.
Iftnanaa. r If 4 111
aiilita4. of. 4 I I e SMarkla. lb . 4 14 4 1
ktlll'M. a... I 111 Illralaar4. lb 4 1111
A4ana. a.... 141 OMarara. a... 1141
t kwraa. a.. 4 4 4 1 4V..d.U. c. I 4 4 4 I
rMBive, a. 1 e 1 Suv4. s .. 4 I 4 1
fcuay .... 1441
Tiacua. ...! I I I Tetale M II II I
Totals.. ..M 14 M U 4
Philadelphia ......0 11111-1
New York 7 0 4 0 1 0 0 -U
Two-base hit: Nlnhaff. Burns Stolen
se: Nlrbotf, O. Burns 2i. Mrtviw.
aiiodgraaa. Imyle til. Hrainard. Double
pluya: Ikovlc to FU-ti-bar to Merkla
Bancroft to Xtchoff'to liinia; Kiel, liar
to Doyle to Mrrkle. Base on errors: New
1 I 1
2:30 trot, nu
aiainie t ag
Uuesta Ray I ft 4
vsrlnncnink t a a
Sand Hill Pete 4 4
rhrlstl Clilmea I a 1
W ataey Todd I 1 1
May Harrltnan 4 dli.
Valentin Smut T 3la
Time: :SS. I:2IV. I:8DH.
1 31 paoe. puree. I40O:
Baron Wisard It
F. Holloa ay 4
Don Uulxote S
Charllue Shade I
Colonel Hunt I
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Time, S:16i. S:lVi. US, S 4i
Trotting, x:i class; luv
Nat U. Huh
Chief , a
Time, :it. I I1, S lfrh I 1V
Pacing. 1 taj ciaas; puree, 4t0:
Hal Mc Kinney
IrUh Lad ,
Time. 1.0. SJl'a. S:10V.
K1ve-aihLha mile running; purse. Sua):
4 Tln-a. 1 .04
.. S S I
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important consummation has been attained in this won- i Vnv U if 'ii
derful art. In Philadelphia, likenesses of the human face Xvv 'j III u " VA
have been taken by it. The resemblance is divine. A. jin a l ' V V
ill I Pis
Seventy five years ago
before the days of photofrraphy. the
firm of Lemp was brewing nne teers
the oldest brewery in America with
a national patronage.
The "practice that makes perfect" has
brought to Americans oft today, the
unrivaled tiavor ot
!K6 tawraxrr mnxluet
0 tt arean W"
Compare it with no other beer; for it flavor is
its own delightfully, wholly FaUtaJ.
Beer Is a lead. Bread and beer are Basis el las
Basse saaaanei: ceraeis yeael aaa water. Bread
Fbreiclake pmcrlo baer I prudw
laaolMibeer la Ikiuid both are kiikly aaanabiag.
roraiciai pmcno baer I pruduo wff.
build iiaaue aad etteaguaaa aartci. tiead beer I
la altsu- ol lit.
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Henry Rohlff Company, Dutributor, 2S67-69 Leavenworth Su Omaha, Neb.
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