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TUB HKK: OMAHA, S ATl'lMUY. Al(H"ST 14, 1JM5.
fHER'rvl J XOUSL VANT - r Lj - -V rHAVE U -- 5 DO5 CUU ?jtl THAT
SrJ 1 -pig aa,nM ijWt: tp
HtPET DC OUT AN' ? WE'LL TAKE. . w, AND LOOK f' '.-"LrT: P r.
ost him: J ntTS h H f V WHAT WITH 1 V 2
HOODOO DAY GAUE
Rourkei Celebrate Friday, the Thir
ttcnth, by Wallop in j Lad
THERTEEN WTKS STEASDED
It belnx Friday. aM tha thlrtasnth flay
tf th nonlH all In on lump. tha Rourkea
celebrated tha xx-lon in a. fitting and
proper nMUinar ut aubralltd the lowly
IJnk from Lincoln to th. ultimata
trouncing of the year en the homo lot.
The core wee I to I and It wu three In
a. row (or u.
. Just thirteen more hoodoo atutt of the
Link were left attended on the runway
eJltnc luatlly for aiioeor. but with Bob
JnrrreoU'e dollar mofement working in
rwell atria, their crlea for help were
In rain. In every Inning eioept the Xlrat
Lincoln got men on baaea, but only on
two occasion were they pushed over the
rubber. Fine atuff. By iway of atlll
more hoodoo atuff. It might be mentioned
Omaha mad thirteen assists. Omaha
regtatared on mark in the fifth round
on a alngt by MoCheeney, TtmnehlU'c
acrlflr ad Ingoreoll'e two-ply blow
to rlgbt ' '
Krrere Am am Aid.
In the aubacquent frame an error by
Nurveaon, Foraytha'a Infield hit, Krue
jrer's earrtflce and Krug'a fore out
ounted on more, and the winning tally
waa marked up In the eighth on For
nythe'a Infield hit, Krueger'a fore out,
Krug'a hit and KIppo McChesney'a nc
rlflc fly. - - .
Today Wichita, will play two gamea
with Omaha. Flfatf came called at t
o'clock. The Wolves will alao play
!ounlc-hlll on the Sabbath, which will
" "" rntitureni iioraq itj ,
with the exception of
II. O. A.
1 1 0
1 3 3
I I 1
1 3 4
1 II 0
3 0 3
10 21 U
. H. O. A.
0 6 0
1 4 ft
1 7 3
3 3 0
3 0 I
i i a
I 24 U
smith, cf s o
Hr.en. lb 4 1
Koieythe, rf 4 0
Kniiger, o i 1
Krug, as J 0
Mil liennfy. If a i
'iHnm-hlll, Sh....- J 0
t-'c.ili'dirier. lb 3 0
IiimcikoII. p. 3
Wolfe. If 4 u
Lloyd. ;t j
MYUefflKan. ss .3 ' 0
Mi'lmyiie, rf & , 0
V lillnma lb & ' 0
II. c-. tireli.er, cf 6 3
"rilmiT, io a
tt. Mi-hreiiier ........1 0
Vants. o 4 n
.Nnrvrson, p.... 4 0
Totals 37 3
Wetted for McAllister In ninth,
iiita , i
,tll 0 13111 3 (
Teo-baea hits: Ingeranlt. McOafflsan.
II. N lutitwr. ttacririca hits: Kmlth, Tan
nehlll. Krueger. M ffian. McAllis
ter, hacrlli.e fijr: Me'hoaney. !ft on
haes: Omaha, Uncoln. IS. Hniui.
a,jr inaeraull. 6.
z M, Luivi: Van Hcklu.
: Van Ptckiu.
BOOSTER AID MULYKi STLIT
Uea Malar Leara Mm, bat Captmrea
l'F4 MOINF-H, .. Aug. l!l.Tlght
f 'tchlng by Paw t ,ha pmche.' ceu!id
S ,U nPf 10 kHM,h "ret game today.
3 to S. 1 he second contest. lilch was
"'il-'f u.Vr' u "shed
In the fifth Inning to allow AM. hlta to
tch a train. 8, ore, f,r.t .,. lu
niv.ni i a.
All. K. II. O.
4 0 10
I 3 4
J 3 3
'I tirifln;. cf...
1 n.'ion, Jo.
I ale. p
8 1 e In
J 1 1
I 0 I
t- if. if
lis, ril'ord, a.
,-, . r. It,...
t .l.l0. J.
Total 3 3 ll IJ i i
la'ttod for Klogiidge In ninth
Wiel.tta 1 t 1 0 e-3
In Mollis .. 1 V 0 1 6 0 0-2
Twvtiaae lih: Heap, tliifflth Km-rl-f-e
I,. I. liukp, Hniion. Pate. Morridae.
( ,;'t on hf I' Ml, fc; 1 a Moitu a,
"truck out : Hy M..rM, 4 by l'tU,
7 Oil LallaV Olf MiUtrlHH. 6: Off
I lc. it. l',,,.il,.H p!s: Km 'fold lo Saw
lu Joiim. Jl,,nl,liii loi. Time:
i t iTii.irva: li an and Cuaick. Score.
-iid t fee :
A it. It. II.
...3 V It
,1'ion. if -Z3
, ' in,. :i . .
,i!i,n, to.. .
. Li-:avn, H
. it , .
It. if ..
i If 1 v
Thomas, p a
Total a s
nettnd for Ore In fifth.
Hatted for Pale In fifth.
Wichita u 00 00
lx-s Molnee 0 0 I l.ft I
Hnme run: WIMe Ten-haw hlta :
F.w.",,u J2'- "ft-rlflce hits: Tallinn,
llahn. Stolen bane: Kwoldt. IWt on
: M'lrhita. 4: ! Mnlnra. . Hlta:
Y.ft Cf' ,n ',,r Innlnga. 8trurk out:
By Thome. 1: by fate, f Here on
hall: Off Thoma. 2; off Pai ; 0ff
Hip, t Urnplree: Cuakk and Ran.
IOVX WIS PHOTKffTBD 4MK
t offer Obeea te DerUtea and I
Ordered Oat of Play.
KIOVTX CITT. la.. U.-nonx City
JirotlH aame from IX'nver to.
Oev. Two error by tlalloway In the
ler.th gave the locefe the winning run
of a T to 6 acore. Manager Cnltvy of. Den.
ver proteated agalnat Umpire OrBrlen al
lowing Kane t continue batting after
being ordered out of tho game for deput
ing a decision. Hoore:
AB. K. 11. O. A. K.
, 1 1 4 1 A
Kane, lb ,
Ken ling. Xh..
White, p ,
. 1 1 0
. I I 2 14
. S 0 I 3 0
. 1 4 4 t
.10 10 2
.10 0 0 0
. 0 0 0 0
. 1 0.0 0
14 ao 16
A Ft. R.
er. rf . . .
....4.1 t ll r
Hatted for Hoothby In seventh.
'Hattrd lor I !! In tenth.
Han for Uaatier In tenth.
Hloux City 0 0 o 0
Ifnver 0 8 10 0
Two-base hits- Coffev. M-rormlck:
I flnll.t.au 1 h:l.l..f. 1 1 ...... 1 1 a.
j mine rum linllnwsy. nit: rf tlonlllhv,
In eccn triiiln-; nrt W tilte. 4 In two
nil iwn-iniron inninar; hl 1'oyi, pone
111 ine-llilid IntiliiR. l,'s on Imlla: Off
Monlhbv, 1: off White, J; off Mitchell. 4.
Italk: lloothhy. BtrncW "'-it: ly llootiiby,
0 ; by vvuttc. J; lv Mitiliell, . ilmoi
ljir. tinplre: OTrlcn.
!; Wichita Comes for
51 Two Double Bills
,, , ,.
Hani Patterson's Wolvr from Wichita
ill i nvade Omaha, today for a four-
game series. The four games will be
ttaged In two days, with doublo bills both
Haturday and Sunday. Klrst game on
each occasion mill be called at I o'clock.
rollowlng the visit of the Wolve Omaha
tarts out on It last road trip of th
season and will remain away until Labor
day. The Hourkea play two giunc with
St. Joaoih on Labor day and close th
Omaha Men Going
to Golf Tournament
Sam Reynolds, golfing partner of th
Allen and Reynolds Coal company, and
Karl Hoik of th Union Pacific Coal
annual Coal Men's Holt tournament, held
this year at the Uienn Oak Country club,
at Glenn l.llcn. III., a suburb of Chicago,
Neither of these enthusiasts has missed
the tournament since the yea r it waa
first Inaugurated, while lam brought
home the Championship cup two years
ago, and It still occupies a place In the
office of the company.
Bock and Reynolds " will stay at the
Chicago Athletic club during the tour,
namunt. and will be gone from August
UMPIRE BY FEDERALS
BALTIMORE. Aug. IJ.-Ir-.lng Wllhelm,
known as "Kaiser," a pitcher of the
Latllmor Federa.1 league club, has been
appointed an umpire In the snme league.
He will officiate for the first time this
gc-kayler Trims David t lly.
SO III VI. Kit, Nab.. Av.g. 13. (Special.) !
Schuyler ncfeated I'avtd llty, 3 to I, lit
the hai'ilt et fouKht game of Ilia ecaaon. Al
the end of the ninth liming the acoiv tv
t to 1 a nl neither team able to
cor tint I th sixteenth Inning, when
bchuyler made the Inning run. Scoie:
Schuyler 3 11 2
Kavld City 1 li 3
Hutlerha: Schuyler. Aiuliew m.d
Raines; lavid City. Miller and Plcltcrt.i .
Weilneadsy KchuyUr defeated l'odae In
an enlilns game. 4 to I. Joe and Anton
Stechrr played with the Dodge team.
Schuyler 4 3
lCKlg 1 I 3
Batteriea: Schuyleri ("homelier and
Raines; IHidge. Meckmtiehl and Spcllnvaii.
Uefrat for Aarwra.
CENTRAL CITY. Nb.. Aug. 13. lSu-
elal Tetesi-aru.) In a feat same today.
Central V'Hy won front Aurora, 4 to 1. ,
Ratior.es: Central City, I.auh and Boyd;'
Aurora, llerkrntujrry and Herkannerry. i
Sirike-oula: By tlerkenberry. IS; by Iaaub, !
4 lilts: Otf Central Cttv, 4; off Aurora.!
t 1-jnora: Central Oiy, I: Aurura. Xi
Thn?-bae hit: Claire for Central fit jr. j
Tau-base hit: lut and Schudel. Viu-I
plie: t atteravn. Tim: 3 uO. !
At I-ouuivi'le: R H E. i
Colon, Im 3 3
lxjiiias lila ij 10 j
IvKiierire: ia:a Hcnult. I'urtia. an,l
t'o.riii.Q, r.i'lK-'i t3cn, Nurtitiup aud ''lm- j
Cnpyriirht, !'. International
COOMBS IH FORM;
Fumbie by O'Mant Eobi "Iron Man"
of Credit for Shutout Victory
Oyer New York.
FINAL SCORE IS SIX TO ONE
BROOKLYN, Aug. ll-Jack Coomba
pitched ahutout ball agalnat the Now
York Nation! today, but a fumble ry
O'Mara gave tha vlaltor a run In the
eighth Inning, making the acor to 1.
Tho Superbaa ran tha baaea reckleaely,
causing tha Giant to fumble and throw
wild, five error being charged aaainat
them. Lobert waa hit by a pitched ball
and forced to retire, while Stengel hurt
hia leg sliding into aecond after me kin if
a two-bagger and gave way to IlummeJ.
The brook lyn got only four ajtalxts,
Ooomba making the Olanta pop up file
when he waa not fanning tliein. Score:
KeTW TOHK. BROOK I,TM.
Burn,. If ...4 1 I lUrera ff 4 1 1 o a
jbert, all Oti'llin, m..l
Ornt, tb....l 4 Olwulvrl, Ik. .4
4 4 1
iKIMcher, M.I I I I fuuluw, tb.4
- Kerala. ef...s II SHinal, rt...l
l;Hr,ir4. lb If enith
Hmuiaraaa, rl.4 t lHurawl. rf.,1
InIh. 4 4 14 liMii, Ik 4
fvmrt. 41 twiner, e t
rUbhlntaa..l 4 Ooomba, ...!
'J, Jarr. .1 1 Totals-
IS t 17 4
Tntata ...,M T (4 13
ttan for Htenaxl In second.
Hatted for l'errltt in fifth.
tialted for Schupp In ninth.
New York 0 000001 0-1
Brooklyn 0 111011
Two-base hlta: Hums. Merkle. Stengel.
Three-baee hit: Hummel. Stolen baaea:
Merkle, H. Myers U), Cutshaw, Miller,
lmuble play: Uontn to Doyle. Haaea on
balls: 8 hiiiv 1; Coombs; 3,. Hlta: Off
Pvrrltt, T In four Innincs; off itchitpp, 3
l?t four Inning, lilt by ilti'hod ball: lly
Coombs, . Lotiert. ttrui'H exits- hy Pcy.
rttt, 3; by Hchupp, 3; by Coombs, . Vlil
plresl O iay and Oi 0i.
Hega Trim Pirate.
PITTKHT'RillI, Aug. 13.-Clncmtiatl cle
fiatod l'lttetiumh ton) ay by a score of
4 to getting' three run In the 'ninth
inning on nit by Iternne; and Urllflth.
a base on hail to William and wlid
throws bv Collin ami Harmon. The
three run scored bv PltUhuran In the,
slath Inning cam after an error by Her-
B..7.-1. " .w...vv,..,
AK H O A K.
Otoh. 3b 4
ICtiMlna. cf .4
l"miS. IS... 4
'khi'i'i" tt. l
j iflj'n,rj "ih.
M'ltiWltt. lb 1
h. inei4r. l
4John.lon. lb. 4
AH. Wbsnpr, at 3
Vln, 3b. 1
l'll.lr.1 Ih... 1
' ' t
a.Uaan a. a a a t a
Tatala 11 llTd a
Totals ,...34 If 11
Halted lor Schneider In eighth.
Hatted for Harmon In ninth. - -Ran
for Gibson In ninth.
Cincinnati 0 0 1 0 2-4
PltUibuiaU 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 fr-S
Two-lMu.e hits: WIHlama, II. Watmer.
Stolen base: Johnston. Bases on balls:
off Schneider. 1; otf McKenry. 1; off
Harmon. 1. Hits: Off Schneider. 6 in
seven Innlnaa; off McKenry, 3 In two In
nings. Struck out: By Schneider, 4: by
Harmon, 4 UntDire: FUgler end Emalic.
Hek H4olph Otf blab.
PHILAPKLPHIA. Aug. 13. Philadel
phia knocked Rudolph uff the rubber in
alx Iniiinti today and defeated Boston,
1 to a Nehf, formerly of Terre liai.te.
finished the game In fine stylo for the
visitor. Alexander waa hit hard In the
second and fourth Innings and then set
tled down, the visitors tint gettiiiR a man
wet first base in the last five uinlitfrs.
II UntlC AH HOIK
iMoraa, rf....4 0 3 4Bro, 3k... .4 lit
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A Saturday Scarf Service
Shown just inside the front door.
Standing of Teams
P. W. I Pet.
I "en Molnei 114 T 41 .Ml
'Denver .1rt 6s 44 .!!
l.lmoln 0K 54 54 li0
Toiieka ll.l 6H bo .&i
Hloux City lrr 62 S6 .4M.
Omaha ....112 52 .4M
Wichita KM 4tt .41
t- Joseph 10 40 g ;t0
.VAT. laKAtH'E. AM Ell. LKAQUB.
Phlla IU .rVfcV Boston 7 35 .57
Hrooklvn ..W 4t ,ft' 1etrnlt . . M f . .Ml
Pittsburgh BL' .V) .510! Chli'BKO ....SS 40 .60.
Chicago ...52 49 . 6li; Wssliinartnn M 60 .(I
Hoeton ....ii 81 .M6 New York.. 60 60 .600
New York..4M K. Tnls...4f .3M
ft. ToulH..467 .ess1 Cleveland ..1 .8no
Clnelnnatl .44 Iff .438! Phlla 33 TO .33)
Kfcl.. I-rHfira AMPm. abv
Chicago ....' .6a Hi
Kim. Clty" 47 .M3
rwark 4li MA
Plttahtirgh 57 4 .fA
u t ...,1- n ah im
Indlanap's .6 49 .M4
Kan. City . .87 M .f,2.1
Iulnvlllrt :Pfi tH .M,
' . . ,W, Trr .n. 1)141
I rooKlyn 49 0 .4.' Clevoland ..47 E .44.1
lluffalo ...41 61 .44TJ Milwaukee .46 1 .4v)
r.Bltiinme .36 6S .341 Columbus ..42 68 .93
Penver, ; Hloux City, T.
Lincoln, 3; Omaha, 3.
Totwka, R. 5: Ht. Joseph, ), 1
Wichita, 0. S: Te Molnee, J. A.
Cincinnati, 4: Iltuburgh, S.
Chlcago-St. Lioula: rain.
New York. 1: Brooklyn, .
Boston, 3: Philadelphia, ft.
AMERICAN LEAGUE. '
Washington, J; Boston. 3.
Philadelphia, 3; New York, I
Pittsburgh, 4, 3: Baltimore. 1, S.
ft. Loul. , 0; Buffalo, 1, 6.
Chicago, 0; Newark, T.
Kansas City, t: Brooklyn. .
Columbua, I; LouLsvllle. 12.
. , Game Today. '
'Western I-eague tenver at Rt. Jo
seph, Lincoln at Bionx City. Topeka at
Lea Moines. Wlohlta at Omaha.
National Leagne-vCtnclnnatl at Pltta
hurnh. Chicago at Stt. louls. New York at
Hrooklvn, Boston at Philadelphia.
American Lea sue Detroit at Chicago.
Pt. Louis at Cleveland.. Philadelphia, at
New York. Washington at Boston.
Federal LeHRiie Ht. Loula at Newark,
Chicago at Baltimore, Kansaa City at
BuffaJo. Brooklyn at IPtsburgh. '
rttieat.. 11 4 14 etlaanraft. a. .3 114
.-, lb... .3 e 3 1 cpaakart, ct..3 141
nnina. rt..3 I Cravath. rf..4 1 1
Mas. If. ...4 3 3 0 Olawlenn. ll..4 T
2"h,rh""ih,b- J e t aJiihi.""' Mi!
iMrn ,t j4 lKllllfar. 0...3 1 t 3 1
dowdr. S....1 1 1 CAl.ianlr. s.3 1 3
Hu'lolph. p. .3 4 4 1 Totals .... 1 ST 14 3
Trlar 0 a
ToUla ....t 4 M II 1
Hattad for Rudolph In seventh.
Bailed for esmlth in ninth.
Boston 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0-4
Philadelphia 3 0 I 0 0 I 6
Two-base hits: Magee, Schmidt, Lu.de
rus. Threo-base hlta: Cravath. Bases on
balls: Rudolph, 1; Alexander, t; Struck
out: By Rudolph, 1; by Alexander, .
'Hits: Off Rudolph, 10 In six Inning. Um
pire: Klem and Cocklll.
IMBR0 TAKES FIRST
IN THE TW0-THIRTEEN
BURLINGTON. la.. Aug. tt-ffmbro,
owned by F. M. Anderson of Portland,
Ore., and driven by D Ryder, after fin
ishing ninth In th first heat of th 1:13 '
pace, cam in flrat in th second and
third heat, taking first money In th
featur of the closing day of the Great '
Western circuit race meet her. Red
Silk, owned by Al Shores of Kansas City, i
Mo., took all thre heats in the 2:20 trot
without an effort. Henrietta won th 8:11
Drawn for The Bee by George McManus
RED SOX CAPTURE
Boitoa Wim, Three to Two, Over
Wahingon Senators on the
GRIFF USES THREE HUB1ERS
BOSTON'. Aug. 13. Boston won.S to 2,
In thai ninth inning over Washington to
day. Lewis' single and one by Gardner,
JHenry'a wild throw to check Gardiner'
' nuM( v-ii on vi.ch Lewia
a""1 P0 ball, on wt.lcn lwis
aoorod. made up th decisive comblna-
i tlon. Waahlngton used three pitchers.
BoehUng being ordered out In favor of
Ayrea in the fourth, and the latter giv
ing way to Johnson in the ninth. Score:
Moellar. rl..4 1 4 3 OHoocer. H...3 1
FnrMr. JK...3 111 ftfcott. 4 0 3 1 0
Milan. e(....4 3' 0Rpkr, ef. .4 3 3
Hbanks. lb.. .4 1 OOalner. lb. ..I t 1 1
Oanilll. lb.. .4 3 1 0Lwla. If 4 j 13
Aonma. If. ...4 11 lrdar, tb.3 1
Henrr. e 3 4 ih.rrT. 3b.... 3 1 10
MrBrlde, as. .3 1 3 4 lCy. 1 3 I
Dnehllns. ..! 4Hhnra. 3 t 4 4
Aires. S.....3 4 . .
Johartoa, p. 444 Totals ....U 43711 1
TUI ....I I'M 11 4
One out wt-.tn winning run scored.
Washington 1 0000O10 02
Boston 0010400 l-
Stolen base: Gardner. Double play:
Moeller to Oandll, Moeller to Henry,
liases on be 11a Off oBebllng, I; off Ayres,
1: off Shore, 1. Hits: Off Boehllng, 2 in
three Innings: off Ayres, 4 In four and
two-third innings: off Johnson, none in
no Innings. Btrjck out: By Shore, 'I: by
BoehUng, t: br Ayrea, 1. Umpires: Con
nolly and Wallace.
Yaaka Wla Game. .
NEW. YORK, Au IS. -New York won
an exciting twelve-Inning (nine from
Philadelphia today, to . Mai eel led
otf In the twelfth with an infield hit and
took seoond on Kopfe wild throw. M&ck
then ordered Wyckoff to paea Cook and
Hartsell, filling th bases. l)onwn sent
Caldwell to bat for Boone and he drove
a long hft to deep center, MaJael scoring
the winning run. Both cole and Wyckoff
pitched great ball. Score-
rulLADBlaPHIA. NEW YORK.
Kovf. l 4 3 4 IHlKh. cf 3
truak. rf....l 11 CHackln., M 4 1 ( T
tMTtaa. of... 4 4 4 4 DMalMl. Ib...4 1 I 1 4 i
ethane, lb.. 4 113 1 Phn. lb 3 lit I !
lAlola, 3b... I 1 3 OCook. rt 1 3
Mclnnla. lb.. 4 1 II 1 llartaall. It. . I 3 3
Oiana It.. .4 13 SBooim. 3b. ...4 3 t
J-WK. e 4 ll STamwaii ...1 1
Vv yckott. p. .4 113 I Nuaamakar, . 4 11
Cola, p 4 14 4
Tetal .... 834 13 -
Totals ....44 13 34 3 1
One out when winning run scored.
Batted for Boone In twelfth.
Philadelphia 03000000000 03
New York 0 0010001000 1 3
Two-has hit: Pecklnpaugh. Three-base
hit: High. Stolen bases: Schang, Cook.
Double plays: Lajote to Kopt to ilcLiiuls,
Plpp to Pecklnpaugh, Pomie to Pecam
paugh to Pipp. Rases on balls: Off
Cole, 2; off Wyckoff. 4. Struck out: By
Ctole, 6; br Wyckoff. S. Umpires: Hllde
bt and and O'Lounhlin.
Bottom Out of Suit Prices
161 Men's and Young Men's Suits Kensington's,
Kcnmor's and L System's from our regular stock
formerly sold at $16.50, $20.00 and $25.00.
On Sale Saturday Morning
They are now in our windows You can see the
sizes and patterns of all of them. The lot includes
They are full lined and i silk lined No better values
anywhere at the regular prices Now while they last $10.00.
(No approvals or exchanges. Small alteration charges)
HARD LUCK TALE OF GOLF
What Happened to Sam Reynolds
Once Upon a Time on Friday
COUNTS 17UTE AT HOLE THIRTEEN
On Friday, th thirteenth of some
month or other several years ago, Sam
Reynolds had some of th hardest luck
be has ever had alnce he took up the
game of golf. Ha was playing; at the
Field club, and waa out after a club
record for th course. II had started
off brilliantly, getting a. two on jone, a
three on two. a four on three, a four
on four, and so on all of the outside
nine. They were played In th atart
lingly low acore of 34, and Sam waa
Ha then proceeded to go after th In
side, and started off Just aa fast. Ten
was parsed up with a three, eleven went
by with three. Twelve drew a two, and
again Sara smiled, and pulled up his
knickerbockers preparatory to making a
one or a two or at least a thre on thir
teen. But he failed to think of the aw
ful combination that he waa working
To attempt to play th thirteenth hale
on Friday, the thirteenth, should be
agalnat the club rules, but Sam addressed
his ball with all th confidence of a
German army about to attack a Russian
position. H carefully picked out his
best driver. II glanced confidently down
the course; and then h took a swing at
the ball. Blng! It sailed off of th tee.
and rose gracefully into the ethertal blue
Higher and higher it soared, and as it
soared it cut a graceful curve to th
right. It cut almost a semi -circle, and
fell in th gravel roadway that crosaes
The caddy; found It, but It waa fully
two Inches beneath th surface of th
ground, embedded in a tiny mudhole that
was by the roadside. ' Sam approached,
and grasped his niblick firmly. A mighty
blow resounded through th neighbor
hood, and when the mud bad ceased
flying the ball still showed dimly some
what beneath the surface. Another try.
and then another, until finally the ball
responded to a particularly bard one and
rolled out upon th graas.
When th pill had finally been coaxed
Into the hole on the thirteenth green,
after three putts, Sam began to total up
th number of strokes the hole had cost.
Nine stroke he had taken, and when he
added his score up at the eighteenth
hole he found to hi Infinite disgust, that
he had a miserable 76, Instead of the 68
or 68 he had every tight to expect
"But who," asks Sam, "can play the
thirteenth hoi In leas than nine on Fri
day, th thirteenth V
411 Sofatk. lfitk Street.
TOPS CEDjH K. C.
BY H1NE TO TWO
Score Four Bam on Four Hit OK
Adams, Western League Re
cruit, in a Frame.
STOVALL USES FIFTEEN MEN
BROOKLYN, N. T.. Aug. 11-The Kan
aas City Federals went to pieces befor
th attack of Brooklyn today and were
defeated, to I
In th first Inning Brooklyn scored four
runs on four hits off Adams, a Western
league recruit. In the fourth Inning four
more runs crossed the plate on four
errors and four hlta Manager Stoval
used fifteen men In an effort to stop the
locals. Score: R.ILE.
Kansas Clty.l 1000O-375
Brooklyn ....4 0040100 till
Batterlea: Adams, Johnson, Packard.
Hennlng and Brown, Eniroth; Seaton
Ulaaks St. Loata Twice.
BUFFALO. Au. IX. The Buffalo Fed
erals evened up the series today by twice
shutting out St, Louis. 1 to 9 and to 0,
the two preceding gamea having been
shutouts for Buffalo. Schults out pitched
Crandail In the opening game. The win
ning run was scored on Dalton's single
and Louden s two-base hit. Anderson "
splendidly supported in the sncond gr. .,
double plays retiring the side at tlir,
critical points. Score, first game: R.H.K.
St, Louis MIMMMil
Buffalo 0 0 0 O 0 1 O V Ol
Batteries: Crandail and Chapman.
Schuls and Allen.
Score, second game: R.H.E.
St Loula 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 1 0
Buffalo S 0 0 1 0 0 1M11 X
Crew4 - gees Rpltt Bill.
BALTIMORE!. Aug. 13. With the Inaug
uration of 10-cent base ball today Balti
more entertained Its larkeat week-div
crowd of the season. It saw th home
club lose the first gam of a double-
header with Pittsburgh, 4 to L and come
from behind in the second and win. 3 to
2. Score, first game: K.H.K.
lPttsburgh ....0 3 0 0 2 0 0 0 0-4 11 1
Haiti more ....o o o o o o 0 0 11 t S
Batteries: - Knetser and O'Connor;
Bender and Owena.
Score, second aame: R.H.K.
Pittsburgh ....0 0 t 0 0 0 0 0 03 10 1
Baltimore ....0 0 0 3 0 3 7 1
Batteries: Dtckson, Hearn and Berry;
Qulnn and Jacklltsch.
Four Attacks of the
Allies on Turks Fail
CONSTANTINOPLE. Aug. 13. (Via
London.) Four hostile attacks agalnat
ono of the Turkish positions on th Oal
llpoll Peninsula were repulsed on August'
10, according to an official statement is-,
sued today at the war office.
A "For Sal" ad will turn second-hand
furniture Into cash.
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