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THK MIK: OMAHA, SATURDAY, J III A' 31, 1P15.
Eosrke Twirler Handi Oat Brand of
Curvet that Eeiult in Only
E REEFS TRIFLE SCORES THREE
WICHITA. Kan.. July 30. (Special.)
Th Rmirke polished their batting eyes
in th taut gsma of tha aerie and clouted
out a victory by a aeor of T to I.
At that it toolt fifteen hit to acnra
tha Mvrn run, pitcher North pitched
a chut-out article of ball, tha two runa
cored by tha olvea being accounted for
by errors. Only four acattered hlta were
made off hla delivery, but two of them
were secured following error that placed
runner in a position to score. An error
by Blanck, a aacrlflca and Orifflth'
Hnelo scored one In tha second. Thlea
slng'g alnale, Krueger's wild throw to
first and Talllon'a slngl acored ona In
Krug batted In a run tn tha first, when
Forsyth forced Breen and then atole aec
ond. Double by Well and Bchllobner
rounted ona in the fifth, and caused
Vandervelde to be replacedby Bouthorn.
With two down in tha anventh, Blanck,
North and Bmlth singled, filling tha bases.
Breen tripled to rlght-oentor, scoring
three runa. Breen counted on Ftirayth'
aingl. Krug atngled and Forrythe-Krug
worked a double ateal of aerond and third,
but Krueger popped to ahort for tha third
Three double play helped cut off
Omaha acorea. Score!
H. O. A. B.
Bennett. Cf. ...
Patterson, lb. .
Thl-nlng, If. ...
fcoulhern, p. ..
J 4 0
4 n 14
Smith. !f 4
V i n. Sb. 6
F'nrsythe, cf. ...
K nieger. 0.
'WpI. rf. .
North, p. .
IS ' s
0 0 114
0 10 0 0
lft on Stc
Omaha. 6: Wichita. ,
F.erned runa: Omaha. 7: Wichita. 0. Sac
rifice hit: F rythe, TalMon. Twob
hlta: W !'.. Schlinbncr. The-hfe lilt:
Hreen Utolon baa: Fnmvthe (21. Krua
it). Weil. Talilon (J!, Orlffith. Hit: Off
Van1ervl1. 6 In fiMir Inninie, none out
In the fl'th. Pouhla playa: Hop to Rrtt
ton to Patlernon (St. Benne't to Orifflth.
Htrurk out: H North, t: T Rciuthem. 2.
Ieae on ball: Cff North. 2: off Van-
(ti-rvelile, 1: off ((outhern. 1. Paeoed liall.
Orifflth. Time: 2.10. I mrlrei Cuaack.
I.MtiMrte Work with the Bat a
Feat ere f Ratae.
TOPKKA. Kan.. Julr -lkaff
r-ltcheil a ateady game, while K)lv. who
itartid for bum Cltv. was hit bard end
Tncka won. lxylf. who auoreeded Kelly.
i,wf1 only orio hit in fiive and one-third
timing. Lattlmor batted In five of To-
H. O. A.
1 1 0
2 1 ft
1 b 1
0 1 1
o o a
7 24 U
H. O. A.
0 0 1
1 t 0
i 4 0
1 a 1
0 t 0
I )o le, p
'1 I .Iflilull. rf..
ljtf.lf.ir. p ,
Total ) 7 7 27
Sioux City 0 2 0 0 0 0 t 0 34
T.ika 0400000 -7
Three-be hit: llenallnir. lttlmore.
Tw-lnAi hle: lttimire, Fislier. K.ne,
I 'fvt.nfliv. Mulct tiaax. llenetlng. I tint:
t'ff Kelly 4 In two and one-third innliwa.
HiAfM on bah: off Ikalf. 1; off holly,
2. cTf iKiyle, I. Time: 1:3. Umpire:
Dt: MOIMl HtKM IT TIIHr.B
Buuatrrt Add Aaother to
Iclorlr by tVblaiplaaT Llaba.
MNty)Ui, Neb., July ao. lH-a Moine
runt',. It thrne atrnlht by winning to
day a game from lJn.oln. 7 to 4. Bcore:
AB. 1U H. O. A. K.
Wolfe If 4 0 0 t 0
M. 1 Ixan, t 0 0 110
NrnWf. cf a 1 0 I 0 0
i..i. rf I I 1 0
v. uiinin. lb 4 0 2 11 0 0
V unit, c 2 0 0 2 0
Inn. S' a 1 0 2 2 1
I iry. Jo ., 4 0 1 10
U:nun, p. ........... 21010
Tot! 1 4 27 14 1
Vl.i Mo INF. S.
AH. It. H. O. A. B.
1'iT.ff, Cf & I J J y a
. if 0 1 0 0 0
. n. if 4 I 1 2 4
,''"" 1," 14 0 0
4 112 2
Afc . A-l i I I I j
, I 7 77 -rr 1 7 5 1 WHAT VA,"i J 5H0T UP-
' Boh LA"D &A.ROC1 - i1L WHAT U HAVE Some VHATiTHEL -tup Lvt-tp V1? HZs ' OU HA.V2,
i3avi; usa jow have a will Too APPle p,t' 1 mkttf with -s thl matter. ( huniuatfo
DlMNER TONKHT LITTLS ir f 2i LEMON Pit- J MATTER WITH . f - WITH THE ' -5 L, HUWUAT6D
'"' '' WrC'F '
Standing of Teams
Played. Won. Lout.
fe Molnc !H ) Jt4
lenver l M 87
Topcka w 4 46
Lincoln W 4A
Omaha M 47 4
Rlmi City (W) 41 4a
Wichita 9t 37 lift
lt. Joeeph 1 M M
NAT. LKAQfE. AM En. LEAOCE.
Phlla 60 H .IWt! Boston M .M
Brooklyn .-4f 41 .544! Chicago ... M M .MO
Hrton 47 4 .Mil lHtrolt 67 .J0
Plttatmrch 46 46 .Mml Waahlnrton 47 V .611
Chicago ....44 44 .600; New York... 4)1 47 .47
New York.. 42 44 .V ft. lxul... 5L66
Ht. Ioiil ...44 4M .473'rinvaland ,.MH.M
l lnrlnnull .27 63 .416! Phlla 21 (1 ,2ST
KKD. LKAOl'B AMF.R. ASSN.
rhicaao ... .64 M .W St. Paul MM.
Kan f'lty..5 40 .6nM
Indlnnap'a .M IS .H
Mlimeao a . 61 46 .Mt
11'tlflburKh. 69 41 .M
HI. Ix)Ul...49 4.1 .6.'
Newark .... 4H ti .lav
Kan. ?lty...M 47 .6
lulvllln ..61 47 .r,20
Itrnnklyn ..44 63.64
Cleveland ..41 4 .4i'4
huffalo ....it 6T .4f Milwaukee .43 62 .4M
lialtlmora ..24 t .!( Uolurnbua ..27 60 .386
Rt. JoaeDh. 2: Denver. - T.
! Molnea, 7; Lincoln, 4.
Hioua City. 4: Tope k a, T. ,
Omaha. 7: Wichita. 2.
Brooklyn, S; IPttaubrrU, I.
New York, 2-0; hlcano, 1-4.
Boaton, 2; Cincinnati, .
Rt. Itul. 0; Washington. 2.
Cleveland, . Philadelphia. 2.
C'hlcaao, C; New York. 4.
eUtrolt. 7: Uoaton. .
Buffalo, 1: Chicago, 2.
Milwaukee, : Columbua, a.
Bt. Paul. 4; Cleveland. 0.
Mlnneapolla, 1; Indlanapolla, L
Kanaaa City. 6; Loulavllle. 2.
Waatern LeajrueRt. Jocenh at incoln.
Pea Molnce at Henver, Hloux City at
Wlohtta, Omaha at Topeka.
LNolional league PMladelDhia at tt.
Ixiuia, New York at Chlcajfo, IToaton at
Cincinnati, Brooklyn at Ptttaburgh.
American l-eeauext. Lutila at Waah
lnrton. Cleveland at Philadelphia. ChU
cago at New York, Ietrolt at HnMon.
Federal League No gamea acheduied.
O rah am, o...
Lincoln 0 0 10 0
Iea Molnea 0 2 10 0
Threa-baaa hit: Mora. Home run:
Jonna ill. Two-beae hlta: Hunter,
Siwol.1t, Wllllama, Uraham. Double
flaya: Rawyer to Hartford to Jonea;
Ialey to Wllllama; Yanta to Wllllama.
fttolcn baara: Cwldt. Bawyer. Snorl
flca hlta: Hunter. Khman (2), Ullla.
Rtruck out: By Ehrntn. 6: bv Thorns.
2: by Mogrldgu, 1. barna on ball: Off
i nnmaa, a. nil oy pncned oeu: tiy
Thomaa, 1 Pitching reoord: Of f Thoma.
4 runa and hlta In aeven Innings; off
Mogrldge no runa and no hlta In two In-
!!. Time; 1:60. Umpire: O'Brien.
PITCIII.ua WIJII FOR DBNVBH
MeC'taraalek's Heaaa Raa Feat area
Victory Over It. Joeeph.
Pitched St. Joeeph and won. 7 to 1 Mo
Cormlck bom run featured. Score:
AB. H. H, O. A. E.
Rliencer, cf. 4 110 0 0
Miller, rf 4,0 1 4 0 0
Mo'ormkk, lb I 1 1 I 1 0 0
OHlloway. Jb, 4 1110
Coffey, 2b 1110 10
RhleUla. lb 1 1 0 IS 1.0
ISpahr, e. 11 12 0 1
Harrington, P 21244
Total ... 7 "i 27 it "i
AU. R. If. O, A. K.
Wataon, rft 4 10 110
Koehler, rf 4 2 S 11 0 0
liclmer. ct 1 0 0 0 0
Wllllama, If 1 0 1 0 0 0
Orodlfk, 2b 4 0 0 4 4 0
Haiu. 2b 40110
(fi-oellng. aa 1 1 14 0
Kllea. o 4040
Vance, p. 4 0 10 14
Moore 0 0 0 0 0
N'K-holaon 10 00
Total 21 1 24 14 0
Rattud for Oroellng in ninth.
Batted for Bit In ninth.
St. Joseph 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 O-l
Denver .0 2 0 0 I 0 I 1 7
ft' Sacrlfli-e hlta: Helmer. Gmeltng. Shield
0 1 "- Wild pitch: Harrington. Sacrifice
01 fly : William. Stolen baae: Memer.
I Two-ha ae hlta: Orovling. Koehler. iSiiaihr.
struck out. By Harrington. 1: hy ance.
4. Home run: McCormlck. Baae on
halla: tff Vance, 1; off Harrington, t.
Double play. Kelleher to Oalloway to
WhilH. Hit by pitched hall: (Hv Vinca.
Colfry. Tlma: 1 . Umpire: Ahbott.
a. Merit-OS Aaaoelatloa.
At Ooiiinibue: R.H.K.
Milwaukee a a I
Battcri-: mintrherty and Hughea;
iavt. o Tool aud Colanaan.
At Cleveland: RH K.
Pt. Paul 4 7 )
Cleveland 0 0
Battria: Meele and Johnaon; Jamea,
Mcfall and Hilling.
At lntliaiiuixlia: R U E.
Minneapolis , 1
Indianapolla J 4 0
HttltrrW; Yliixllng and Gharrlty;
kVharrtt. Wlllia and Uoaaett.
At Loulavllle: Jt.H E.
vanaaa tJlty , ( lg 0
lAuiavll 1 n 0
Hatteiie: Sander, Oardner and Uelbvl;
t'avenpurt. t.Um, Taylor aud Croaaun.
tovall gaaiteoatoa Lifted.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. July 20-The su-p-i.tion
of niuij. eloaii. luanager i.f
the lotal K-lf-iai ltau club, waa today
lifted bv ri'osiib-nt liiiinor ao that bto
vkII could play In tomorrow game here
nhi'.ti Mill Id "Btovall day "
Abfrieen. 0: Vancouver, 4.
f.111. 4 hl-okaou, I.
1 a .-jiua, 4, i lutitA, 0,
CopyrlgM. 11S. International
COBB FANS TWICE,
BUT DETROIT WINS
Tifm Turn Nothing-to-Six Score
for Fire Inning Into Seren-to-Six
SOX LOSE DESPITE EARLY LEAD
BOSTON, July S0.-Detrolt turned a 0
to acore of five inning Into a 7 to (
victory over the Boaton Americana to
day, aided largely by Boaton error.
Leonard allowed only one hit In the flrat
five e!ona, but In the sixth end
aeventh hla wlldne, Detroit' hit and
a two-baee wild throw by Lewi gave
the Tig re five runa. The vlaltora acored
the tiring and winning runa off Wood'
pitching and mlaplay In the ninth. Boa
ton acored all It runa off Dauaa, three
pitcher who aticceeded him holding the
Red Box hltle. Ty Cobb atruck out
twice before the ahoot of Leonard, once
for the third out with the baaea filled.
Vltt b e I t olToeer, rf....4 I 4
nu.h, n 4 2 2 OHarrv. lb i 1 2
Cohli cf 4 til 1Ppelr. rf .l 1 T 0 t
Vrk. If. ....4
0 ' HnhlltMl. la I 1 4 1
It 01nr. lb . t 410
III I Iw1. If. ...I 1 6 1
Ysiuc. lb . ..2 1 unnliu. lb.. 4 ltl
K.v.o., 2b.. .1 .1 H..ill. h I 4 11
I 1 I ( Thoaia. e., 4 1 4 l
lie 4lnnu-d. 1
41 4 Wood, p 1 t
Dubue 1 1 Total ...H II 17 I
CxTfiMklf. p4 8 '
Bakr .......1 0 0
TdUll ... .M T T 1 I
'itatted for 8ten in aeventh.
Rren for Dubuc In aeventh. .'
'Batted for Coveleakie in nlhtn.
Detroit 0 000010 27
Boaton 1 1 0 0 4 0 0 0 04
Two-baae hit. Rtanage, Dubuo. Double
Elnye: Huah to Burn. Baae on error:
'trolt, 1. Raaea on ball: Off Dauna. 2:
off Covoleekle, I: off Leonard, 2; off
Wood. 1. Hlta: Off Dauaa. 11 In four and
one-third Inning: off Hteen. 0 In two
thlrda Inning: off Covaleekle, 0 in two
Inning; off Holand. 0 In one Innlngj off
Leonard. In (even and one-third In
ning: off Wood, 1 In one and two-Uitrda
Inning. Hit bv pitched ball: By eLonard,
Hum and Kavanagh: by Covaleskle,
Iewi. Btruck out: By Dau, 1; by
holand. 1; by Leonard, i Umpire: Chill
Hack Loaa to ladlama.
PHILADltLPlMA, July SO-Cleveland
von a teu-innlng game from Philadelphia
today, 6 to 2. The winning run were
cored on Kirks' rtoulile. Hmltli'a single,
O'NkIII'b aiTlfc fly and and an error
by Malone. Huorc:
AH M 4t A V AU U ft A V
' aA..th W All! rt Ia. k A I 1 1 It
, Turn.r. lb. ..a J I 1 Wtiih. rf....l 114
rhinun. 4 11 -M.ini. it,..i lit
JfKia. If.. 4 2 1 4 (lavinna. rf....l lie
! " i '',1ol ! i '! 1 1
l STaV 'ii: l! f 2 S it!!
O'NtilK (,..l"l H 0Knf m.,,,.1 117
Morto. .,. t 4 Kuvloa. 4 4
Total ... H II K II I Total H a II I
Cleveland 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 2-6
Philadelphia . 0 100010000-1
Two-baae hits: . Southworth, .Kirk.
Three-baae hit: Malone. Stolen basea:
Wambaganaa, Turner. Karned . runa:
Cleveland. 1; Philadelphia. L Double
play: liouthworth to O'Neill. Baaea on
errors: Cleveland, 2; Philadelphia. 2.
Base on ball: Off Morton, 1; off
Knowlaon, 4. Struck out: By Morton, 4;
by Knowlaon, L. Umpires: 1'ineen and
leaaten Trtsa Browaa.
WA8HINQTON. Jtilv SO. Waahlnaton
hunched three hit and a acrlftce with
an error in the eeoond Inning today and
won the flmt game of the aerie with St.
Louts, a to o. Ayrea. for the local, pitched
brilliantly with men on base. Score:
gT. LOVI8. WASHINGTON.
AH H O A g. AH M O A
gafMtaa. It . 1 I IMoallar. rf. l I i
Auatin. lb.. I 4 t Kwcr. lb.. ..I X I I I
niilar. rf... 4 111 Milan, cf ...4 1
Pr.il. Ib 4 4 1 Ifihanka lb. .4 I I I 4
Walkor. rf 1 0 Uandll. lb .. 2 I 1
IP VM'4 -
: I n U
m J U
About 180 slightly
1 It . r fc imm" J PI
flownrd. lb. .4 11 A-oalt. If....l t I 0
Tvan. .... 4 112 HfiiirT. c I
Atntw. t 4 1 1 (1 M llrlda. aa. I A 4 a 1
Walah 0 0" A;m. p 4 02
Wallman. p. a I
ba.ar.KI ....1 4 09 Totala ....12 in 2
Total ....14 tail I
Han for Anew In ninth.
Batted for Wellmun In ninth.
ft. Jyoula 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Waahlngton 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 2
Two-baae hit: Oandll. Thren-baae liita:
Howard, Moelior. Htolen none: Milan.
Krncl run: WaahlnKton. Rracriflce hit:
Anatln, Acoata. Mr Hrldo. Kaara on er
ror: Bt. Louis, 2. Base on ball: Off
Wcllman, 2; ofr Ayr, 1. Struck out: By
Ayr. 2. Umpires: O'Loughlln and Hll
(lebrani . . .
Whit So Wl.
NTCW YORK. July 30.-Hard hitting by
Murphy and Weaver enabi.-d Chicago to
win the flrat gamo of their sortea from
New York today, to 4. Weavera home
run In the aeventh- drove In two run
ahead of him and virtually won the game
for the vlaltora. Pipp of New York made
a triple, a double aad a alngle. Score:
CUIOAOO. NEW YORK
AH H O A It AB H O A K.
Murphr. rf .. i l OHI.h. If o I D o
Wmw, aa I I I 4 0 boon, a 1 0 I I I
K-nllln. Jb I 1 4 0Hrtlll. tb.4 1 t I 1
l-o.irnl.r. lb I 1 II OPIpp. lb 4 140
J iviiina, if 4 i i e r.jo. rr 4 a l i l
Ila h. cf... 1 SBamar. Cf...4 110
im, c 4 111 OBauman. 2b.. 1 1 2 1
Ula.-kb. lb. .1 0 1 OHwornor. c.l 14
C'lotta. p. ...I 111 OShawkor. p.. I 4010
IJhol4 ... t 0 0"-.. Iflw.il ...I 0
Suott. p 0 OPI.h. p 0
Total ....41127 14 Crae
Totala .... I 17 II 6
Batted for Clcott In the ninth.
Hatted for Bhawkey lu the aeventh.
Hutted for Rweeney In the ninth.
Batted for Pleh In the ninth.
Chicago 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0
New York 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0-4
Two-base hlta: Murphy (2), Pipp,
Mayer. Three-baae hit: Cook, Pipp.
Home 'run: Weaver.. Stolen base: J.
Collin. Earned runa: Chicago. 4; New
York, 4. Baaea on 'error: Chicago, i.
Baae on balla: Off Bhawkey, 2; off
Cteotte. 2; off Scott, 1. Hlta: Off bhaw
key, 2 In aevan Inning; off Pleh, 2 In
two Inning; off Cteotte. a In eight In
ning; off Bcott, 1 In one Inning. Struck
out: By Shawkey, 2; by Pleh, 2; by
Clootte, 4; by Bcott. L Wild pitch:, Shaw
key. Umpire: Connolly ana Wallace.
WILLIAMS AND WASHBURN '
WIN WAY TO FINALS
BOSTON. July SO. It wa only after
two-act matches that II. N. Williams Id.
of Boaton and W. M. Washburn of New
York won their way to the final of the
eastern double tennis tournament on the
eourts of tha Lonwood Cricket club to
day. They had dropped two sets, playing
tiatlesaly to H. II. Hackett and T. R.
Pell of New York In th eaeml-flnals
match this afternoon, when Williams, the
national champion, recovered his control.
Then he turned th tide decisively, his
forehand drives being largely responsible
for his team winning the next three sets
Williams and Washburn will meet Irv
ing C. Wright of thl city and W. F.
Johnson of Philadelphia ' n the final
At Le Angele: RH.75.
Portland 2 7 1
Vernon 1 2 0
Battrrlea: Covweskl and Fisher: John
son and Spencer.
At San Kramiaco: R.H.E.
Ban Francisco 1 2 1
Oakland - I 10 0
Battertea: Kelalgt and Bchmidt: Prough
At Rait Lake' City; R H E.
Ioa Angeles 17 17 4
Salt Iko City IS IB 7
Battertea: Lov. Rcogglns. Hughea and
Boles; Hall, Reuther, Gregory, Scbmuta
At Lo Angeles: RH E.
Portland 8 17 0
Vernon 4 10
Batterle: Hlgginbotham and Carlarh;
Decannler, r Yomme. Plercy, Hltt and
Llttla Rock. B; Atlanta, a.
Nashville. 4; New Orleana. 2
Memphia. 8; Mobile. 4 (10 Innings).
Chattanooga, 1; Birmingham, 10.
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Cleveland Hone Captures Big Event
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TWO OTHER HEATS EXCITING
DETROIT. July SO Lee Aiworthy,
owned by the Pastime stables of Cleve
land and driven by William Andrews,
this afternoon won the twenty-sixth re
newal of the Merchants and Manufac
turers 110,000 stake from the greatest field
of trotters which ever faced tha starter
In thl classic. Raised from the 1:24 to
tha 1:08 class, th stake brought out
doicn' of the best one In training, but
Lee Axworthy ouLfooted th lot and took
the race In atralght heat. Incidentally
he had to set a new record of 1:0444 for
the (take to beat Peter Scott, who wa
the chief contender all the way.
While the Merchant an Manufac
turers wa the feature of the week'
Grand Circuit program there wer two
heat In other event today in which the
finishes were to close the Judges withheld
their decision until a photographer who
snapped the horses a they went under
the wire developed his plate and showed
evea la Stretch.
Lee Axworthy led- all the way In the
first heat of the Merchants and Manu
facturers. Beven hones came Into the
stretch abreat, but Peter Scott and Lee
Axworthy drew away and th last eight
and wer fighting It out alone at the
wire Andrew' horse showing a head In
front. In the second heat Peter Bcott
led to within a hundred yards of th fin
ish. Then Andrews who had held Lee
Axworthy back In the bunch ram with
a rush and In noelng out another win,
broke the old stake record of I:0&"4.
Shulor.uvner of Peter McCormlck, die
satisfied "with his horse's showing In i),e
first two heats displaced Valentine In
the third start and led the field to th
three-quarter pole. The paoe wa too
wift. however, and Andrew and Mur
phy again drew away for another thrill
ing finish, the son of Guy Axworthy win
ning by about the same margin aa In th
Ben Locanda took three of th four
heats In the 1:11 pare with Blngen Pointer
always close up. The last named hors
waa declared winner of the second heat
after the photographic, plate showed htm
In front at the wlr by the narrowest of
Pat Carmody led all the way In th
first heat of th 1:11 pace. At th last
turn In the second heat he broke to a
standstill and was distanced, Altawood
taking the hent and the next two.
The Wayne Hotel sweepstakes for 3-year-old
trotter went to Colorado Range
after three heats. He won the first
rather easily and was beaten, according
to the photographer's decision by Deroche
In the second. These two raced the third
heat alone, Colorado Range winning In
eld th distance flag.
Rare at Roekweil City.
ROCWWELL CITY, Ta., July 90... (Spe
cial. )-Races at Rockwell City fair to
Pacing. 2 25 class: Black Bass, first;
Orpheus Pan. second; John Pwry. third;
Corrector. Jr., fourth. Best time, t-.n.
Trotting, 2.3u clasa: Lyle Fibre, first;
Winnie lock hart, second; DeWltt. third;
Christy Chimes, fourth. B.;st time, 2:2.V4
Pacing, 2.14 class: Rlale Dillon, first;
Idol, second; Legal Heir, third; Agnes W,
fourth. Beet time. 2:15fc.
Lute Boone's weak hitting with thi
Yankees caused Manager Donovan to
bench him last week In favor of Paddy
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Union Giants Play
Three More Games
The Rtors and Chicago Union Giant will
play the first game or their three-gama
aerie Saturday afternoon at Rourk
park. Of the three gamea played, tha
Brewer) have won two, and Manager
Bradford is confident of winning at least
two of the coming fray.
Johnson, crack second baseman of tha
West Baden Sprudela, will Join the Giant
and be in the opening game. The lineup:
Up to $25
you see an Arrow,
tliirvk of Coca-Cth
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