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l IN THE PARLOR AUD
WANTS TO EE TOO IN
RECAROTO A POSITION
DO WHRT TOO CAM FOR
HIM AS HE
RALLY IH EIGHTH
Sonrkes Tie Score Then, but Sioux
Path One Orer in the
BCOEE READS SIX TO FIYE
BIOUX CITT, la.. BepL L (Special Tel
tTnun.) Pa Kourke'a thletea put up a
tiff battle for the final came of the
mean with the ohamplona, but after a
tfeapermte rally In the eighth frame,
'Which deadlocked the aoore. Spike Kelly
' settled down, held the vlaltora aafe and
the Indiana cored the winning run In
the ninth Inning, after two were out. The
final count waa to .
Cooney led off for the Indiana In the
Dlntb frame by grounding out to Breen.
Coegrora then slipped a aafe one to cen
ter and raced to third baae on a hit and
run play when Callahan dlahed one Into
right that Foraythe mussed up after a
desperate attempt to catch It.
LeJeune purposely waa walked, filling
the bases. At this stage of the game,
IWatson, the new outfielder appeared.
(With the count three and two on him
"Wauon drove one to deep center, which
McCheaney smothered, but too deep In the
pasture to warrant even an attempt to
tret Coagrova. who scored the winning
run on the sacrifice fly.
Rearkee lini Irore.
The visitors were the first to score,
ending a run across In the second frame.
Weils started off with a single to left
and Krug sacrificed him to second. Mc
Chesney then singled to right and Well's
In the fifth Inning the champions forged
Into the lead. Thompson had v given
Kelly three balls when he retired. In-
areraoll aava Kallv tl.a fourth ant ha
walked. Cooney sacrificed. Coagrove
singled to right and Kelly waa caught
the plata, Forsythe making a beautiful
pog from tight field.
Callalias walked and LeJeune singled to
center, scoring Cong rove. LeJeune stole
second and scored behind Callahan when
Krug booted Watson's easy grousdr.
Crosby started the sixth with an Isfleld
.... ws. uii wmioiif m huiih,
Kelly wnitlea, put Cooney singled to
right, scoring Crosby and Donnelly.
BSvea V la Eighth.
Omaha evened up In the eighth. Fori
gythe opened with a single to right Wells
planted ens to the same garden. Krug
waa an easy out. McChesne singled to
center, counting Forothe and Wells. Le
Oeune dropped Tannehilt's fly and Mo
Chesney went to the corner. Schlletner
Was hit by a pitched ball. IngersoU'g in
field out gave MoCheeney home plate
and Taanehlll counted on Callahan's
rror of Smith's grounder. Score:
AB, R. It. O. A. K,
Cooney, Sb . o 1 l
r jr rJ ror ' ' .1 v y ,k i f v
' 0 1
ovsrove, ii e I
Tailahan, as 4 1
lJeun, cf $ 1
Svataen, rf 4 4
llensltng, Sb 4
Crosby, lb 4 1
ionnelly, e 4 1
Lelly, p M S
Totals .......... sT 7
AB. R. H. O. A. Ev.
Ftnita, IT 0 1 1 e
orsytne, rf 5
H annehlll. lb 4
Schllebner. lb I
Thompson, p 1
lugereoU. p S
Fleux City I M I I M M
jmaha 0 1 0 4 0-8
Two-base hits: Callahan. Hensl.ng.
facrt'lee hits: Krug. Cooney, Wdis.
5acrifloa fly: Watson. Mtolen baaea:
Crosby. LeJeune, Watson. Cooney.
Ioubl plays: Cosgrove to Crosby; Krug
to Ureen to Schilebner; Hensling to
Callahan to Croaby. Innings pitched: By
1 hoinpaon, four; by Inversoll. four anil
two-thirds. Hits: Off Thompson, 6; off
Ingeraoll. 7. Bases on balls: Off Ingrr
eoll, 4; off Kelly, 4. Struck out: By
lngrrsoll, 1; by Kelly, 8. Hit by pitched
ball: SchUebner. Time: 8:00. , Umpire:
Baltl.u ia Third a.d K.erth
aad Pitching Wins.
Dra MOINES. Sept. 1 Thomas' bat-
tlug in the third and fourth l ining and
b s pitching throUKhout the came caused
-,v onrii, i id i, in tne second
game of the series here Score:
All. R. H.
Orudick. 2b.. .,
Boultes Sb ...
Wl lams, rf..,
AB. R. II
'fcilia, if ,
3 bonus, p..
Trtals Si S 12 27
0t oJsth 4 14 4 4a
4LS Mulnes 4 1li
Tbraje-ba.se hits: Graham. Sawyer. Two
baM lilt: Th ina'. bacrl lie hit: Ens.
4-tuien base: N cholaon. Lft on baaa:
M. eJaav. S; Lea Muluea. It fiuuclt out:
Hb JUtT BACk
NICE - FATHER
Standing of Teams
Played. Woi. Lost
De Moines .A
hloux City 12
St. Joseph 1
NAT. LKAOU&. AM Kit. LEAGUE.
Phlla ,.66 62 .bSSRoton HO .073
Brooklyn ..MM .o.T7 Detroit Kl 41 .oVd
Boston U 58 .62iChicao ....7J .KW
C hicago ....58 M .4!6Wahing n 3 57 .bio
St. lxul ..60 65 .6l7New York. .55 6.1 .4i
Pittsburgh. tU H .47Ht Louis... .47 V5 .txh
Cincinnati 6o 64 .4ul Cleveland ..47 74 .SWI
New York ..W (I .4JPhlla 31 K3
FfcJO. UAUUn AMER. AKH'N.
Pittsburgh 6 53 .5w Minneapolis to . .a
Kaavark SA &2 f, !- l'alll
..76 M .(
Kan. City... M .oj uOUUvllla ..68 61 .627
Ch.curo ... 5 .52X1 Indianapile . .-..
Krooklyn ..67 .4fi inn. Clly...01
St. Ixul...S7 M .5t7f Milwaukee .60 l .40
Buffalo ....6167.6171 'leveland ..M73.4H4
Baltimore .41 .ti 'olumbua ..4HK2.3W
Yes teniae's Ileaaita.
Bt Joseph, ; i'a tiuiiw, o.
Vvlchua, 4; ixtnver, 7.
Lincoln. 6; 'lopena, 1L
Ouuuia, 5; Bioux City. 1
8t. Lou.a. 4-l; 1'lttaburgn, 0-7.
Cincinnati. 4; ilonton, 0.
I'liilaueiphln, 6; infw i ftrk, 1
Nw York, 1; W aahlnaton. X
C'lnvelanU. t, ft. Ixula, 2.
C'hloHHO, 4; Detroit. 6.
UvaUin, ; i'hliadcipnla. 0.
Pt. Louie. 7: i-lUabumh, 1
llaltimora. 7; Hrooklyn, 4.
Newark. Z; Buffalo, 6.
Milwaukee, 12: Ht. Paul. S.
Columbua, t; In1tanaoolta, 1.
Kanaaa i .ty. 1-6: M.nneaiwlla, t-10.
Cleveland. 12-S; Lotilavl.le, 4-1.
Western Ijeaa-ue Bt. Joseph at Dee
Mulnea. VV'lil.ll. mt ll...r I ln.u.ln
joiea, umana at Bioux city.
Mallonal Luaaue Mt. Ixiuis at
j burah. Cincinnati at Boston, Philadelphia
fJ r YOUREtnTJPTp jf rTOlTcOME..To f Y rPvf
' X'? Tuur i K-W TOMORROW! .nv tJC
v. Sng7.veirn'dJ'a-tN8r E&BVSXS.
mt . tMtx.ltrB.
I " ""w. "'.
Baltimore at Brooklyn. Newark
at Buffalo, Chicago at Kansas City.
By Thomas, : by Kelfer, I. Bases on
halls: O f Thomas, 2; off Ke.fer. 6. Hit
by liltonsd ball: By Trinnuia. Me.mer.
Doubie play: Sawer to llartrord to
I In... Al-HMMJ k.ll.
,i(yan ana cusiua, time:
HEARS MUNCH HIT AND WIN
Orlssllee Again Give Wichita
Waives m Beatlasr.
ijmkvkk, Colo., 8ept. 1. Denver
hunched hits on Southern today and won
again from WlrhlU 7 to 4. Score:
..... ' AB. R. H. O. A. H
miner, ri D 2 1
Kellher, ss $11
Spencer, cf .4 S S
Onllowsy, 2b 4 11
Mpt'ormlck, lb S 11
Shields, lb 4 0 1
Coffey, Sb 4 0 1
Shesuk, c 4 0 0
11 27 11
I Tallinn, rt
0 Bennett, cf
1 1 Hosp. as . ..
0 Theis.ng. If .
Hetllng. 2b ..
Brltton, 2b . .
Southern, p .
Wichita ..1 0002000 1-4
Denver 3 1 0 0 0 0 8 1 7
Stolen base: Mliler. Two-base hlta;
Calloway. TnelHli.a. Rttencer. Ksllhur
6, Three-base hit: I'atterson. Bases on bulls:
0 Off (louthern. 8; off Uaskctl, 1. Struck
a, out: By Southern, 12; by Oaskell, 4. Shc
0 rlflce hits: Knilher, Southern. Shields.
itounie piiy: uanoway to Kellher to
Sllelds. Wild pitch; Southern. Time:
1,46. Umpire: Oelsel.
KAWS AGAIN SLAUGHTER LINKS
Teska Wins Contest by tba gear
f Klevea t0 Klve.
TOPBKA. Kin., Sept. l.-Topeka again
iivu ionium uir a one score lo,.av.
a. a , t i.. . , "
reby Di aci lea I Iv clim-hlna- tha i.mI
d on third place. Tvd.m.. i.i
peka's attk with a Lome run. triple
and two s luclea. Ho row got the first
core for Lluooln with a home run.
1 I'fM.Jirwm Xr.
1 Tydeman. rf..
V?.,n ef '
' Monroe, o
j Lkff. P
U 27 ' IS
H Rchreiber, cf..
H. nrhraibes' 1
Mclntyro .., 1
a a .a
Totals M) S 24 IT
Batted for VeAI'Istsr in ninth.
Batted for Narvaeon in n nth.
Home run: Tvrleman, Mrse Threo
hi Mt: Tydeman. Two-hase Ms:
B'4tick. Bron. Fher. Ixkaff tJ. Sao.
rifW bits: Bnatk-k 2V Fisher. Ixkaff.
Toiibte p'sys: Boatnrk to Kl-ri-r.
Trainer to I ai'lmnr. Hchrelher n Will.
Ims Stolen baaes: Tydeman. !'l.'fl
ran fV Rasrs o bat's: Off Ia'f 1;
off Narveson. 1. Utru-k o": B Laaff.
li t bv pltc'-ed bal' Bv lkaff. L
Time: 1:41. Umpire: Van Sickle.
Apartments, flats, tiouaes and cot t ago
tan be rented quickly and cheaply by
Bea "For Rent'
TI1E BEE: OMAHA. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1913.
CVfytfrM. 1V1E, International
.JKS'I'M AMimou TOVORK
I'M WILL1NC TO TAKE Y PCblTlOM
A,t UOMC, Ava IT DOE-rfT INTERFERE
T".T A W i iva T- . irr Awn.AA.
PHILS LOSE ONE TO
HEW YORK GIANTS
McGraw'i Hen Take Opener in
Series with Leaders in Na
THEY TRIUMPH WITH A RALLY
NEW YORK, Sept 1. New To-- too'
the first game of a five-game series from
Philadelphia today. to 6. thereby cut
ting down the latters lead In the pennant
The Giants won the game with a four
run rally In the eighth Inning, when tliey
knocked McQuillen out of the box. Merkle
pas purposely paased, but Fletcher drove
In the winning run with a sacrifice fly.
The work of Thorpe, the famous Indian
athlete, returned by Harrleburg, featured.
He hit a double and two singles, scored
two runs and stole a base. Score:
PHIUADKUHIA. Haw YORK.
AU.H.O.A.R AB.H.O. A.EJ
. I on Barna if.. 4 116
Itaiicrnrt. aa. .4 1
FMkirt. II.. .4 1
Oantn, ft.. 4 1
Bwkor. rf....t 0
LM4nj lb.. 4 I
Whlttod ef...4 1
R Rural, a... 4 9
Mcnlllon. a. I
Mnrer, p....i 6
1 Mlnnt, !....
oHaharUflo, rf 4
Doric lb 4
t DMwkle. ct-lb I
1 irPUUhar, aa. .1
I IRItur. p t
1 rRrhans. 0
1 cHroud, a.
n in i i
Total. ....M IN I 1
Battd for Mayer in ninth.
Philadelphia 0 0 10 0
New York 0 0 0 0 0
TA-k.u hltaf Ijiderua.
Merkle, Thorpe. Doyle. Three-base hit:
Paakeri Stolen baaea: Thorpe, VV hit ted.
u. nn haiia- nrf Htrniid. 2: of MoUull-
l.n l- rf Maver. 1. Hlta: Oft Slroud. 6
In three innlnga; off Hitter, t In alx In-
nlnga; off McQu 'lien. S In seven and one-
tMr.l Innltms: off Maver. 0 In tWO-thlrtIS
of an Inning. Struck out: By Hitter, j . h((J,. , ,.a Thl. 'In good form and was given perfect sup-
Pitts- by McOulilen. 8. Umpires; Klem and Charley Mars trotted a heat in l.a. inis port today and Bobtoii defeaied Phlla
eluhia EJnslle. pair won two straight firsts and tha raco delphla, 6 to o. The vieltors made their
Reds Basnp the Braves.
' HTON '.0rv K'
Inn ng for three runs. Snodgraaa, wno
made the only hit off Toney. waa re-
nut de-'aion bv Umpire Byron. Score:
. CNCINKATI. BOBTON.
Mlllsr. rf....4 I
Orob. lb..,.. I 1 1
Umnnm M 1 S 1
4 OfSrepton. rt 4 0 1 4
1 liRvors. ib....l 4 114
I .Knodsrsss. cf .l 114 4
4 VIen. ct....l 4 14 4
OMsif. IT 4 4 4 0
SH.hmldt lb. 1 6 11 1 4
1 IHnllb. lb. ...I 4 6 14
I I'MsranTll., ss I 4 114
0 OWhsllns. s.,1 4 110
1 onnollr ...1 4'4 0 4
orirtite. rf...4 I 1
Wllllsms. It. I 1
Leach, It 1 4
Wlnio, 0. ...4 S t
Koisrs. lb..l Si
Moll will, lb I I 11
Tons, a I (
lowfly. o....s i s o
Totals .... Hill iRson. p I 4,4 I I
Trior, p 4 4 0 1 0
Total 11 1 IT II 1
' "Ratted for Whaling in eighth.
Batted for Ragan In eighth.
Cincinnati 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 14
Boston 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Two-base hit: Mollwlts. Threr e hit:
Williams. Stolen baaea:. W Ink dffT uble
plays: Wlngo to Oroh Schmidt . iran-
Bases on balls: Oft Toney. 4
- Tyler, 1. Hlta: Oft rtagan. i in eigm m
S nlngsj off Tyler, 1 In one Inning. Struck
out: By Toney, 0; by Ragan, 8; by Tyler,
111. Umpires: Byron and Kaaon.
a Pirates aad ' Cabs Divide.
PITTSBURGH- Sept 1. Pittsburgh and
0 ' at 1 .mi la anl.t even in a double-lieadul
0 today, each getting a shut out St Louis,
0 : won the tlrst 4 to 0. an4 ths locals the
' second, I lo II. Sallee p tchlng waa ef-
.ifectlve In the first game, while Harmon
waa invlnciois in me nen. nraut .
knocke4 oot ot tne dob in ins sowuu m-
nlng of the second game. Score:
T. LOl'IS PITTtret'ROH.
AB H.O.Ag ABHO.AI.
Hanlu. lb.. I 1 4 4 4Carr. It 4 4 8 4 4
Butlir. s....4 I 1 I lOorbor. .... 4 111
Basahor, If. . .4
Millar, lb. ...4
Kn.iW. ... .4
Bailoo. p 4
l VMiin vi..... m .
Ill OHIncbmsa. rf 4 III
114 CH.Waaoor. Il l 0 II 4
14 4 svtox. lb 4 4 4 2
114 SHiIrd lb I 111
4 4 4 liMurpbr. ....! Ill
44 sHIII. s t 4 t
-Hlslla 4 4 4 4
Sltn I ICoupsr. p.. ..4 4 4
Adsius, p I 14 1
W.Wxur, o.I 4 4 4
Totals , U 1 17 IX 1
Batted for Hill In the eighth.
, uuui., ......
St. Louis 01S00000 04
,wi.t.K..r-K n'Aunnnna na
-- . " 7
I Two-bae hits: Butler. Htnchman.
' In"',,?. V t: Bescher. Stolen baae:
Double play: Hugg.ns to Mliler.
on cans: r relive, i; off H 11.
i . tins:
! off Hill
Off Adania, in three Innings
4 In iv Innings; off Cooper,
""na In one nnlng. struck out: By Mal-
1 iee, i; ny urn, . v mpires; nigier ana
orin. Kcoie, secona game:
BT. UU'IS HTT8WR0H.
AB H.I. A AB.H.O.AB
a Haaslaa. lb .1
n Hyatt, lb. ...I
4 4 4 cray. If 4
14 4 Otic Aula. SS..I
I 14 I 4
a, Bullar. sa... 4
. Hrsrhar. It.. 4
7 I (. rt I
" Wllaoa, ct .1
1 rtal, I0....I
4 Klltna. of. ..I
111 t'I'litohman. rf.4
4 11 tWaansr. lb... 4
14 4 'Viu. lb I
41 Halrd. lb.. ..4
14 1 itlltsoa I
I t Hsiao, p . 4
. 1 7
1 4 i
E. fanlua P....0
II TeUIS ....17 IS IT 14
uis." ".V 0 0 0 0 0 0 t-S
irgh 0 4 2 0 0 0 1 0 -7
Two-base hits: Wlson. MoAuley.
Hlnchmaa (21. Ba'rd. Harmon. Ilnn
run: Viox. Htoien 'base: Carey. Double
play: McAuley to Vox to H'l-.n" J
on balls: Off Niehaua. 1. Hits: Off Per-
oue, in ope and one-third innings; off
i Nlohaua, S in six sad two-th.rds inning.
a' t, . i. . . v.., l . .
Bv Niehaua. 6: by Harmon,
Orth and Hurler.
Henry Todd Wins
TONKERS. N. T.. Sept L-Henry Todd
won the national stallion futurity of
IH.4A for S-year-old trotters In straight
beat today. Time: S:ll; 2:12. Colo-
a j rado Bella waa seoond. Da Roche third
j and Onward Forbaa lourta.
"TOO SHOULD DO IT FOR, "TOOR
DAUiMTEi, SAKE - SHE LOVES
ME WITH TOUR liONEt ANO
MT CHAINS - WE COULD CO
from Inman in
FOREST HILLS. L. t. Sept 1. R. N.
Williams defeated F. C. Inman In the
second round of the national lawn tennis
tournament here this morning In straight
sets. Summaries follow:
a. W. Wlghtmsn lefeated E. D. Toland,
. fl1 A 1
F. S.' Watters defeated Hugh TallanL
-1, 6-2, -4.
7-5 6-1 -7 defeated F. C. Inman.
L. I.' Or'lnnell defeated L. W. Knox,
7-6, 6-2, 6-1.
S'O'?.!1"'1 de,eated W' L Plttt
R. 8.' Voahell defeated C. L. Johnston,
)r.. 6-2, 8-6, 6-2.
Steven, H' li"' RJchrl1
J. S. Pfafrmin W.t.wl f T Porf. 1r..
ir:i i , . ,
T. K. Pell defeated E. H. Whitney, 6-J,
6-4. y-C. 6-X
B. C. Irfiw defeated J. S. O'Neal. Jr.,
6-2, 6-4. 6-4.
H. C. Thomas defeated Robert Leroy,
i-f., -?. M, -S.
VV. M. Pate defeated J. H. Blackstone,
1. -l. -4.
F. T. Hunter defeated W. S. Anderson,
7-6, 4-. 4-6, f-1. 6-L
W. A. Campbell defeated J. T. Allen,
7-6. S. S-4L 6-t.
B. H. Phillips defeated R. L. Bagga,
7-9 6-2 4-6 6-4 6-0
F. T. FreHnghuysen defeated H. D.
Harvey, S-, t-1, a-f, 4-. 6-4.
CALIFORNIA. B AMD HIS MATE
BREAK TEAM MARK AT FAIR
DBS MOINES, la., EMpL L (Special
Telegram.) Another fast record
eiuaonanea in in. wi
today, When in the team raco tof trotters
,,. vhlla California. R. SLnd
with Dick Alletton and Jayyp Lao nn -
' " ,n h-U "d
Ooker and Jockey, third. The purse wa.
I6fl0 and the woney went $260, $150 and
In the one mile run. won by Blua
fim. In the one mile run. won by Biua
wUh Btavan0( cond and Wap,
third, the state mil. running record was
Pacing. 2:26 class; purse. $1,000:
.... S 2 S
S 4 S
Mumanunh Princess s s
Bob w hie. tOJise r lynn, iopuiy dihi
lff also started.
Time. 2:12 2:1. i:SM.
Trotting, 8:17 class; purse. $300: .
n a. H lit
S 8 S
ld McKlnney, Phil
Chime". Judge Landla,
S 8 S
Ran tall da also
Time. 8:12V4. 2:1!P4. MS1.
Team trot, purse. $"00:
California B. and rhr"ev Man
Dick Allcrton and Jaorw Lao
Robert Cker and Jockey
Weatei-i Breeders' Futurity.
i-urse. WOO: . . .
Pet t Wnilama IIS
Time. 2:2M.. 2:24U. 4:26.
Mile run. purse SB0:
Bine, flrnt: Wavano. second; Wap.
th'rd. Time. 1:424.
Klv-etirhth mile dash. nUPsa VWl
Prince of Caatte. fl-st: Jack the Sailor.
second; Lather L, third.
Batteries: Dougherty and
! Steele, Karger and Ulenn.
' Batteries: Curtis and Coleman; Con-
I selmun. Dawaon and Uoasett
I I At Minneapolis, first game R.H.B.
, Kanaaa City ISO
a Minneapolis 8 11 1
l BaUerles: Sanders and Geibel; Will
4 I lams and Ghriity.
i Second game R.H.B.
4 Kansaa City 6 10 2
I Minneapolis 10 M 1
Batteries: Delhi. Gardner, Regan and
Prist: Wllllnma. Enael and Gharrity.
At Louisville, flrat game: H U B.
Cleveland U 17 1
Loplavllle 4 10 I
Batteries: Bowman and Billing; Mid
dleton. Taylor, Zerster, Mldklff and
8econd game: R H.B.
(eveland a. 8 11
LoulxMllii 4 10 S
Batteriea: James and Devogt; lioch
and Clemens. Called end eighth, agree-
OMAHA ATHLETES WIN FOR
CLAM CREEK, WIS STARS
WEBSTER. Wla. Aug. 29. 'Special.
In a hard fought battle at tha Berg ranch
the Clam Creek Stars beat the
4 ; Sand Lake Giants by tns score ot to a.
the wlrnlng run being scored In the
tenth Inning when Fred Burlcy of Omaha
On Af tha features ttt tha
game the batting of Charley Thomaa.
also of Omaha, who hit three three -
sAkera.The winners play the Flam
beau and Chippewa Indians next Wednes
day. Dodae Trlasa Ueneau
FUIA.ERTOV. Neb , Sent I. tSoec'al
Telegram.l IVdc tie'eate.1 Genoa yes-
terc'av in a fast game of ball. U to 1
House or Battle Orek was on the mound
I for ox1 not and was Mt bard throughout
the same. Wright for Dudgn. al owed
' onlv four hits and struck out sixteen
' men. Boors: HUE
IVdm S 0 0 0 S S S 1 1-1 1 li 0
, Genoa 1 8 0 0 0 0-8 4 4
Batteries: Dodve. W'riaht and Raines;
eGnoa. Rouse and Badura.
Dnu't liar a Basaaaor Ceagk.
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ANOTHER TO TIGERS
Detroit Defeats Chicago in One
v More Erratic Game on Home
ERROR BY WEAVER IS COSTLY
DETROIT. Sept. l.-Detrolt today dc-
I feated Chicago In another erratic game,
8 to 4. An error by Weaver after Burns
hd driven out a three-baae hit In the
' eighth Inning gave the Tigers the wlnnlns;
, run. Scott and Covele.kie were knocked
,out of the box. Chicago has won only one
I game here this season and has only one
j more to play on the local field. Score:
j 1.30111ns, i. ii
I Bush, ss 4
Kobb ct I
OOrswfoni. rf 4
OVearh, If.. .4
-.Bums, lb.. ..4
lYounn, 2b.. ..I
IBskr. 0 4
OBolsnd. p.. ..I
jarkun. of.. 4
V Mtch. It.
14 10 34 17 4 oTUIs ....12 10X7 11 1
Batted tor Johns in ninth.
Batted for Bens In ninth.
Chicago 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 04
Detroit 2 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 5
Two-base hit: Jackson. Three-baae hlta:
Crawford. Burns, Murphy. Double plavs:
Bush to Young to Burns (2; Weaver to
K. Collins to J. Collins.. Bases on ballv
Off Boland. 1; off Scott, 2; off Hons, 2.
Hlta: Off Coveleskie, 9 In seven lnnmgs
and none out In eighth; off Bolaml, 1 In
two Innings: off Scott, 7 In three and two
thirds Innings; off Bens, S In one-third
inning. Struck out: By Coveleskie, 1; by
Boland. 1: by Bens. 2. Umntrea: Chll!
Hed Sox .Beat Macks,
PHILADELPHIA. Aug. l.-Foster was
una dt Duncning ni wun pasaes
ja( k Barry i la. ed hU first game he,
again. J hto forny r.
lth Blwr "ervlco by
BOSTON. ' PHlLAOmntlA.
Hoopsr, rf...4 1 4
OKoef. as I 1 1
OWalsh. of.. ..4 0 (
Jsnvrln, 4 1
Bettksr. ct..4 1 1
Hublltsol, lb. I I 14
Lowls If ...I 1 I
OStrunk, rf...4 0 I
OLaJote. 2b. ...4 0 I
Mclnnls. lb.. I 1 10
eoidrlns. It. .1 1 4
OBchajQs. lb... I 4 1
OLudd. e I 4 I
lb.. ..6 4 I
4 4 6 1
...I 1 S
OWrckott. p...l 4 4
P....1 0 4
..11 I 27 14
Boston 0 0 0 8 0
Philadelphia 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 00
Stolen base: Hoblitzell. Double plays:
rvopr to juclnnls; Mclnn.s to lipp. Kases
on balls: Off Foster, 2; off W yckof f, 6;
off Nobors. 1. Hlta: Off Wyckoff, 2 In
, three Innings and none out in ourth.
UmTlrV.:D.n0Jn VJTd'S rtaff "era considerations. Point.
Indians Heat Browns. were taken off for swearing, calling
ST. LOUIS. tept. 1. Cleveland took (names, losing temper or for other forms
sixth place from St. Loula by winning, of rowdyism.
today's game 6 to 2 Carter a recruit . Thet)e umplres Imposed no pelnaltles
among the viators, was strong In the , , ... '
pinches and held St. Ixuls scoreless until! (for expressions, although they
the eighth, when Smith dropped Lavan s did not approve of slang.
easy fly and let in the flret run. Knob i payltuj "Dern the Luck." during these
waa forced to retire after yielding five . '
runs In four innings. Score: ,gns, was not regained .. an eggre-
CLkTV ELAND. bt. LOl'18. ' glous offense. The remark, "O Y'ou
Chapman, ss.l 14 1
OShoUon. It... I I 1 0 1
OAuittn. lb.. ..4 1111
Kota, el 4 114
OrSB.T. K...1 14 4
Kirks, lb 4 4 II I
0 Pratt lb 4 4 114
4Walkor. cf.. 1 4 4 4
lJacobooQ, rf.4 114 4
0 Howard, lb. .4 1 11 4 4
llavan. SS....4 4 4 7 1
Smith, rf 4 II
I Tumor, lb.... 4 I I
' Wnmbaa. lb I 114
1 tyNolll. .... 11
a.Cansr. 4 14 8
IXSewortld. 0...4 4 I 1
iKoob, p 1 4 0 1
P 4 4 4 1
...14 1 II 11 I
Totals .... I XT II I
I Cleveland SltllOOv 0
I St Louis 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 1 1-3
Three-base hits: Shotton, Howard. Home
run: Smith. Stolen bases: Chapman (2), J
Hotn, uraney. Turner. Double play;
Lavan to Pratt to Howard. Basea on
balls: Off Carter. 8: off Koob. 2; off
Hoff. 1. Hits: Off Koob. In four in
n'ngs: off Hoff, 4 in five Innings, Struck
out: By Carter, 8; by Koob. 1: bv Hoff,
8. Umipres: Wallace and Connolly.
Senators Beat Yanks.
WASHINGTON. Sept l.-Shank's
s'ngle. GandU's sacrifice, a passed baU by
iNMnamaker, and Aooata's sscrifice fly,
gave Washington a 8 to 1 victory over
New York In the twelfth Inn'ng of a hard
fought game here today. Ayers and Cald
iwuiiit hbiiio una tutiiT. aim ana aiu-i., .... , . .. . .
well had a brt'llant pitching duel, the jtlonal amateur charrrplonshlp tournament
former havln the advantage. 8 re: at the Country club this afternoon. Fran
NBW IRu n a WAtrNTON. ci, rjulmet holder of the amateur title.
MoalW. it... 4 4 4
Haitian. xb..4 I
i Hantaan, lb. Ill
Piso. lb I 1 II
1 tPnatsr. lb... I 111
i ,k" a 7
Bhaiton. cf...l I 4
tn.ri 'If 4 1 I
Buooo. aa 4 I
I f0.a.iii, lb.. .4 I
I Jh r-.::: I J
1 OMcBrtd. ss.it 111
4 ' Arro. p 4 14 8
Nunasia., 0.4 I
Caldwoll. p. .4 I I
4tt II Totala ....u T I I 4 I
Two out when wlnm . run scored.
New York I....0 0 1 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Washington 0 0100000000 12
Two-bese hit: Caldwell. Three-base hit:
HSIvh. ttolen baae: Milan. Donble play:
Hertxell to Boone to 11 pp. Baaea on balls:
fff '.lria.li ntt A i ein,.i, ...
ft LoSx bTln. 1 Vm
1 ,umcDrna and
Defeat fas Wot bach.
FTTT J.KRTON . Neb. Sept. L (Special
Telecram.l Dodse defeaied Wo bach
ytaterxiav bv laaylng all outfielders on
A rul rears was In tha box for Doda-e. He
I stria. k out seventeen men and allowed
only four hlta Tot ten. for Dodse. had
two homo runs to his credit, Boo re :
; R.H E.
IDodre 1 8 0 I S 1 S I 0-L IS S
Blaes Ft KaUcrllaar.
BUFFALO. K. T.. Sept. l.-The Bif-
f . 1. L'tMr-ala Kit lliru. V.lairllna h.nl
and won. s to 2 from Newark in the s c
rook, rt 4 I
' .o.n.v.nB.. . -
oud game of the aerie today. Five Dy 8. 8. H. Don't use nostrums and drugs. Take ths blood bath Nature's
double plays were feature. Bcore g g Q at any druggUt but ,nBl8t upon 8 g g Ut u,
Newark 0 01801000- 3 7 i , tell you about biood diseases. Bend for booklet "YShat the Mirror Tells."
UuV.r-IJerllii, lsid aridenor 'ou U V11 vrtt 8. B. Ok, Atlanta. Ga., but begla
Schuis and Allan. treatment at oner
TOO TWO MONTHS
TO ,IT THERE -1Tb
-j 1 1 1 1 i L vi i f i it y i
BOY UMPIRES WHO MADE GOOD
Tr Daniel Lonaie
Daniel Long well of 218 South Twenty
sixth avenue and Paul Nicholson of 1S24
0 Capitol avenue hold the honors of serv-
Ing as umpires through a championship
series of playground ball games without
one Instance of rowdyism.
They umpired the games between tho
teams of the seven suypervised recrea-
.nn centers under the direction of Run.
tlo.n cente" ""ar ne d'rec"0" or bup-
! erlntenflent English. In scoring these
games language and conduct of the
Boob," was overlooked by Umpires Long
well and Nicholson.
TheM young umpires) attend Central
High sohool. They did much to Improve
the esprit du corps at the recreation
centers. They served as examples as
well as umpires and Mr. English ex
pects to retain them for next season.
Superintendent English has presented
Masters Longwell and Nicholson medali
for their efficient services as official
: umpires during the inter-park series.
Travers and Ouimet
Defeated in Second
Round at Detroit
DETROIT. Sept. 1. America's two lead
ing golfers were eliminated from the na-
4 lol W James u. rianaisn, jr., oi jjb-
tmlt K down and 4 to Dlav. and Max
I R. Marston of Springfield. N. J.. tri
vmphed over Jerome Travera open cham-
' Plon. S and 1. Ouimet played poorly.
siloing his drives and missing short putU.
ll.M,.Hia nnltlnv aa. alrrwMit rarfMil
p ? Jk. I
j t ; .- : : s S: . . v:w
SMsssbZ?,v-' -"" ssliMffilTssssI
Rheumatism Easily Relieved
By Cleansing the Blood
S. S S. Gives Quick Relief
by Toning Up the Blood '
Tm, brrt bow T A natural question. Tha answer Is that yon must
cleanse your tlood by stimulating it to healthy, rigorous action, ao that It
will throw oft the germs and. impurltlea that cause Rheumatism. Tha
action of the wonderful blood purifier. 8. K. 6. la to practically renew the
life blood, aire It vigor, stimulate the flow making it throw out the germs
and the poison impurities. The excruciating pains of Rheumatism, whether
It is the shooting, stabbing sciatica,
- 1 tlsm. or aching arms and legs that
Walsh Hit on Ear with Pitched Ball
and Bursts Blood Vessel,
Leaving Game. '
SEVEN TO TWO IS THE SCORE
PITTSBURGH, Pa., Sept l.-St. Louis
defeated Pittsburgh today by a score of
! 7 to 1 Walsh, third baseman, secured
from Baltimore, played his first guno
I with St Louis and in the second innlna
was hit on the ear with a pitched ball,
bursting a blood vessel. He was forced
to leave the game. Score: K.11.K.
St Louts ....J 1 0 S 0 0 0 0 0-7 12 "
Pittsburgh ..0 0 0 0 0 0 6 2 02 9 :;
Batteries: Davenport and Chapman.
Rogge, liearn, Berthwood and Hrrr.-,
Tops Lose to Terua.
BROOKLYN. Spt t The locals we.i.
down to defeat, 7 to 4, before Haltlmoi.
here tods In the first same ot tnr
series). Oansel used four pitchers, but
Walker was tne only one to prove ei
fewtlve. Ho.ts' home ran and Evans
batting were the features. Score: K.H.C
Baltimore 2 0 0 3 1 0 0 07 11 "
Brooklyn ....2 1 100000 04 6 i
Batteries: Ieclaire. Ballev and Owen;-:
Falkenberg, Marlon, Wilts, Walker ami
Coast Leagne Results.
At Los Angeles R H E
Vernon 8 2 o
Los Angeles ..3 8 0
Batteriea: Decannlere. Fromme and
Mltse Scogglns, Love and Boles.
At San Francisco R.H.E.
Portland S 11 1
Oakland 6 8 2
Batteries: Knhler and Carisch: Rel-
lyi. Cavet and Senulveds,
At Sa t Lake City R.M.E.
Oakland 10 15 8
Salt lAke City 8 13 0
Called accent darknesm end eighth.
Batierlee: Oasre Klewltter and Burns.
Elliott: ReuthTford. Petorson. Hall, C.
Williams and Hannah.
St. Edward Shots Oat Spalding.
' ST. EDWARD. Neb.. 8ept. 1. (Special.)
In a fact game play on the first day of
the Spalding base ball tournament St.
Edward defeated Spalding. Power do
ing the twirling for St Edward let
Spalding down without a hit or run.
Thleman waa easy for the 8. Edward
sluggers. Score: R.H.E.
St. Ed ward.. 0 0000080 1891
Spalding ....0 00000000001
Batteries: St. Fdward. Powers and
Fisher; Spalding, Thleman and Hecker.
Umpires: Finn and Dau.
St. Edward's base ball tournament and
harvest festival starts September 2.
Miller Looks for
Big Railroad Year
Enroute home to Chicago, after a trip
over practically all the western and north
ern lines of the system, Sam F. Miller,
general freight agent of the Northwest
ern, is in Omaha. He is optimistic, and
discussing the outlook for the future,
"It looks to me as If the western rail
roads have a good year In sight. After
traveling over a greater portion of our
system, I am delighted with the pros-"
peots. The year has been a good on with
the farmers generally, and this means
that there Is to be good business for the
"After going pver Wisconsin, Minnesota,
ths Dakotas, down Into Iowa and then
out through Nebraska! there Is hardly
a locality where a bumper crop of small
grain has not been raised. The heavy
rains in soma localities has reduced the
quullty of the grain, but the unusually
large yield Is going to bring more money
to the farmers, even If prices are a
little lower than last year. '
Apartments, flats, houses and eottagea
can be rented quickly and cneaply by a
Bee "For Rent"
SECOND CROP OF BERRIES
NOW GROWING AT YUTAN
Just to show that all crops have not
failed In tMs part of the world, Robert
H. Park of Tutan. Neb., sends to The
Bee office a sample of the second crop
of red raspberries grown on tha bushes
on his place this summer. He report
his first crop large and says tha bushes
are now loaded with berries and blos
soms and that tha second crop will be a
largo as tb first
tne gripping agony of muscular uneuma-
break up sleep will be entirely relieved
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