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nil) I.KK: OMAHA, Till 'HSU AY. SK1TEMBER 9, 1915.
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SUPERBAS DROP A
Boston Goes Into Second Place by
Winning Both Endi of
XAKQUA&D HAMMERED HARD
I'LL 0 TO HINJ J. 1WW HtLLU" r I (
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AK HER ' HAVE SUCH ' TT3d J V
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: !"s?andine rf Teams i RACES ARE FAST ! PACKARD MASTER
! " I!
j vi. daiU: Off Ittttir, 4: of i r'htiip. 1.
! trn k out: Hv Mchupp. S; l.v Chalmers,
f ICltn: lff itlttcr. In lhr.-e and ona-
mira inning; o'l wntipp, ft In three ami
two-third Innings; of I'erritt. 2 In one
Inning. Umpires: Orth ami lllglcr.
BROOKLYN. Sept. I -Br losing two
Mmn to Boston her today Brooklyn
'wont Into third ptao and th Breavea took
Finals Tie at End
of the Fourth Set
FtmjWT HILLS, llept. S. MoLoughlln
Mid Bundy won the fourth set, t-4.
ronr.BT htls, n. t., Sept. 3.-caii-
fnmlal tJt-nfilat nlaVAM trust ran iha .- a
--o,.u p.-r, ,., tn rrnn.n race, rnmwu . of Wt.,j, oub hrrs w, ())(U
vvon the first contest easily by hammer- eckjB them,v anoth,f
In nub Marnurd and ApN.ton hard, tuM, ch.mplon,hlp. ln fniU
ui. i.iiia . j. i
Whaling and Pnodr were ordered '
irom th im by Vmplro Klm in the
fourth Inning; for amulug. Nehf herajn
lil from the l.t In th fifth Innliir and
RED HOSE DIVIDE
Athletic Cop Opener, While League
Leaders Take Second, Fif
teen to Two.
SHEEHAN IS VERY EFFECTIVE
fell In the box. 1I waa abla to walk off
Boston took the cond encounter, 4 to
1. Rtioker lasted until the eighth InnlnK
r-hen he wt-akenod. ' A fumble by Cut
ahaw, two hlta and a pee netted the
llravea' three runs. Jess Barnes made
his flret start for Boston and held Brook
lyn to five hits, Score, first came:
AH. H O. A B. AB.H.O.A.K.
fnelinHA el t IVIIui, as , 4
oitautori, in. 1
Miro. (... 1 1
Kra. Sb. ... I t
4 Vnnptoll. rf C 4 1
Mam. It.. . 4 1
H. hmldt. lb, I I II
Pmlih. to.... 4 t 1
M.ran.ll, a. I t I
whulins. e.. 1 1 t
iimdr, e.... It,
HuM. ... It
OHummall, lk 1
eH!.ncl. rf.. I
Olaon, rf.... 1
ei'uuhaw, Mk I
Olfmrth, at... I
u. lb I
NIM. If.... I
Miliar .... I
Mrffertr. e.. t
II M.rqii&j d, a I
Apelalea, a. I
contest of the th anmial tournament
of the National Uwn Tennis aeenrla-
Ulon, Maurioe K. Mctoushlln and Thomas
O. Bnndy defended their doubles title
aenlnst Harence J. Griffin and W. M.
With the exception of Bundy, who halls
from ho Angnles, the playors were all
from HanFranriaco and a brilliant match
played alons; the lines made famoua by
the Paclflo coast mars was expected.
Weather conditions were the best of the
McJxHiihlln and Bundy won .the first
set at -.
Johnson and Griffin won the second
set at -L
Johnson and Ortffln won the third act
Totals 41 1 ft 14 Total rT ft I I
Boston t ) 0 s 6 0 0 It
Brooklyn I 0 0 0 0 t 0 0- 1
Two-base hit; Compton. Three-base
hit: Moran. Home run: Maranvllle.
Stolen bases: Uowdy, Compton. louhle
plays: Kvers to Schmidt; Nehf to
8 hmldt; Maranvllle to Kvers to Bchmldt;
Kvers to UsranvtUe to Hchmldt; U'Mara
to Oitshaw to lintibert. liases on balls;
Off Nehf, 2; off Maruuard, 3; off Apple
ton. J. Hits: Off Nehf, ft in four and
tAo-thlrds Innings; off Hushes, 1 In four
and one-third innins; off Xlarquaid. In
Mix Inninsa; off Appleton. 1 In three In
Mt.ga. Hit by fetched ball: By Nehf,
Myers; by Huiihes. I'aubert. Struck out:
By Marnuard. 4. Wild pitch: Nehf. l"m
pirea: Klem and Knialie.
ttcore. second game;
Msraa, af.... 4 11 tOafani, a . 4 I I I
Ktiw ta.... 4 S I eaibrt. lb. I I I I
Cnm4an, rtl 14 Kunl. rf.. I t 4 1
Tiusai'k. HI t lt....t I
Wmm. If.... 4 It ONiuhaw, lb. 4 1 1.4
(VAaalot. lb. 1 )4 e KMran. et... til
rhaita. ,... 4 14 4 OOeta, Ik..... 111
WaruTll. as II IMillar. a.... I 1
Oowlr. 9 14 1 IKiKktr, ... t 1 I
Baraas. -.. 4 rwl. p I e
-Mian ..... 1 4 4
Totals.... .M B7U1
Tot!. a I ST It I
Batted for Rucker in the eighth.
(Boston 0 1 0 I 4
Two-base hits: Gowdy. Schmidt. Ktolen
bases; hohinldt. 1titrlJt. Waxrlft.e
Mu: Barni-s, Deubrt loiiNe plays:
Muran villa to Evers to ttchnitdt; lOvers to
'-Maranvllle to ttchmldt. Bases on balls:
ff Barnes, S; off Kucker, 1; off tVIU 1.
tilts: Otf Ruuker, t In eisht innings; off
I ell. I In one inning. Hi ruck out: By
.Barnea, t; by Bunker, L Umpires: Klem
CrVs BUaUc Caba.
. HT. XjOUIO, Sept. a.-Tltuely hitting and
base running enabled hi. liouta to shut
HOHTON, Sept. 8. The IUd Box divided
a double-header with Philadelphia today.
j The scores were l to 0 In favor of I'hll-
Kucipnm in mo iirsi game and 14 10 i in
I favor of Boston In the second contest.
, Sheehan waa remarkably effective In his
j battle with 1eonard In the opening game,
j Pcorc. first name:
I BHILADIOIJ-HIA. IKWTON
All II. O A K All H O A B.
H.,.4 4 SHonD.r. rf... J ell
"ttrott. a.... 1
0-Hrnrlkaan . 1
CjMiviln aa.. 1
iHlMHker. cf. . I
Ollnblltaal, lb 4
01 ,!. K.... 4
wliarilner. It.. 4
Olurrf. tb.... I
And Hyde Eliminated
CmCAOO, rvpt H-Ml.s Lillian Hyde
of New York, metropolitan champion, and
Alias Klalne V, Rosenthal of Chicago,
western champion, were eliminated from
the) Women's National Golf tournament
at the Onwentsla ciub today, by Mrs.
R. II. Barlow of Philadelphia and Miss
Marhorle Kdwards of Chicago, respec
tively. Mrs. Barlow, who Is the favorite
of a large contingent for the champion
ship, had to play steadily all the way
with a medal score of H8 to win one up,
but Miss Kdwards had an easier time,
gaining a lead to two holes on the first
nine and holding it to th finish. Miss
At Ul.rlln. rt A 1 1 ... I a amitliArn
J champion, survived the second round
handily, defeating Laurie Kaiser, cham
pion of Chicago, six to five. Mrs. W. A.
Gavin, the British contender, and Miss
Ralenoaor Allen, New Kngland'a sole hope
for the title, won handily. Miss Allen
furnished one of the surprises of the day
in derating Mrs. J. V. Hurd of PUta
burgh, who aa Miss Dorothy Campbell,
was once British champion and twice
Amerlan premier golfer.
Malun. lb. .
( arrlaaa. .. 1
Tolala II I 17 14 1-Huln 1
lmiard, p.. I
Maya, p t
U'wikh if . . a a
'firunk. ,(... I
IjO.iI.. aa. .. 4 A I
hrlnnla. lb. 4 II
Olitnns. lb.. 4 I
Malum, lb.. 4
Itep. c 4
Ciuwall, p... I
Johnston and Griffin
Win the Net Title
Totals SO THUS
Batted for Kcott in nwveiuii.
Hatted for CarrlKan In the ninth.
Hutted for Leonard In the eishth.
Ph.ladelphla 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 01
Boston 00000000 0-0
Two-base hit: McAvoy. ' Htolen base:
Gardner. Double plays: Kheehan to I Jl
Jole to Mclnnls, Uardner to liolilltsel.
iajoie to Malone to Mclnnls. Hhhcs on
bans: (iff leiinard, 1; nlf Hheelmn, U.
Hits: Off Leonard. 6 In eight innings; off
Mays, none In one InnliiK. Nlrucn out:
By Leonard, 7; by Sheehan, I. I'tnplres:
U IxiuKhlln and lilldelirand. SOore, sec
. MIILAIMCIJ-HIA. BOSTJN.
AU II.U.A K. All. H O A K.
r.Tl.a, rf... nil SH.nrlk.'n. If 6 1 I 44
ooll. aa. ... I 1 I I 0
I eHooper, rf .l I e
4 uspak.r, r(.. I 1
0 Mianlti.r, ll. 3 I
1 Oll.ihlllarl. lb I I
I iH.rry. h.... 1 I
0 1 W'Niitar lb.. I I
1 (H'arriKan. c. I
Urau. p I
Tiltula 9 I M 14 4
Total. U 11 IT II
Boston K 0 t i 0 i 1. 0 14
Philadelphia .....0 01 100000 2
Two-base hlta: lapp (2), Ilenrtksen.
Three-tiase hit: Ktrunk (1). Double plays:
Oldrlng to Mi lnnln, Crowed to Malone to
Lajoie to Mclnms. iliuies un halls: Off
Crowed. 1- off UreKK. 1. struck out:
By Crowell, 1; bv Oregg. 4. I'mplres:
lUidebrsnd and t 1-ouHlilm.
Hretwns Whip ladtans.
CI.EVKLAN1, Pept. . 8t. Ixiuls de
feated I leveland, 6 to 4, McCahe, a re
cruit, outplx'hnil Morton, who was driven
from the Inn. W hat prov.d to be the
winning . run was scorid by llowxrd In I
the seventh on his rtiple and Pratt's
single. Hlaler's clean steal of home wnlie
Morton wan winding up In the fifth was
a feature. Bco.e: .
:UVRINl. 8T. IifH'18. I
All II. O A K All H O A K.
Will., el.... I 4 10 OHhottua. 11,1 I g I l
I 1 Howard, lb.. 4 I I i
OHI.I.r. lb.... 4 1 14 4 t
VITatl. lb.... 4 I I 1 y
NAT. LKAOTJK. j NAT. LEAUE.
W.LPct.l , W.L-Pct.
Phlla. 70 M .Wl Boston M 43 .V2
Boston .&.16 Detroit 85 47 .644
Brooklyn ,.70 t .M4 ChlPago ,...7 M .B
Ht. Louis. ..OS 7 .4MI Waslilngton t f .m
Chicago .... M .4HWNsw York.. .60 S .472
i'lttsburgh 63 70 .474 Rt. Louis.. . .M 7 .4")
New Tork.. 60 M .472; Cleveland ..60 J .11X3
Cincinnati .b t .467 Phlla 38 S .2
FKI). LEAOUK. AMKR. ASSN.
Pittsburgh .73 M .W Minneapolis 86 M .m
.c"t. liOuls...70 .6. '.t. Iaiil 81 67 .7K7
Newark .'. .M6 Indianapolis 72 5 .6
Chicago ...70 63 .63-f Louisville ..9 67.6n7
Kan, Clty..f It; .f.2il Kan. City... 69 MO
Buffalo 60 Mil wukee . .! 76 .4..i
Brooklyn ..H3 70 . 4741 Cleveland ..! 70.441
llnltlmore .44 84 .644 Columbus ..61 84 .378
Boston, 12, 4; Brooklyn, 1, 1.
Chicago, 0; Ht. !oul. t
New Vork. 8; Philadelphia. .
Detroit, fl; Chicago. 10.
Washington, 1; New York, 0.
Philadelphia, 1, 2; Boston, 0, IX
Ht. Louis, f; Cleveland. 4.
Brooklyn, , 3: Newark, 4, 0.
Baltimore, i. 4; Buffalo, 4, 6.
lltlsDurgh, 3; Kansas City, 7.
Kansas City, I; Indianapolis, t.
Cleveland, J, 1; Milwaukee, , '.
Louisville, 4; MlnneaiioiiB, i.
NatlonsJ Ieague Boston at Brooklyn,
Cincinnati at e Louis, New iorK at
; Aiueii.juu ieaf ue t,troii at cnu-ago,
I Wa.hinmon at New York, Philadelphia
, at Boston.
Keueral League No gamea scheduled.
AT THE STATE FAIR
Kose-to-Nose Finish in Two-Four-teen
Trot Furnishes Thrill to
B. BROWN GETS THREE FIRSTS
....8 8 d.
seventh by driving Boland and Dubuc off
urn mound snu won out in tne ninth
w hen lowdeinil.k io. t control.
In tne nuiln Jackson and Eournler
walked. Weaver mowd boin up a base
on a sucr.iico and Jackson, by a beauti
ml sllue under Stallage, beat Karn
augh throw to tne p.ate on John's
(rounder. Sclialk followed with a single
to light and Kournier rompeu noine nun
llie w inning . un. bcure:
Vilt. lb i
Hutu, .a 4
fi.hh, ct 6
t"rwfinl. rf 4
Yneh, If.... I
lurii, lb.,.. I
Yuuns. ib. .. t
Ka.ana', 2b. 1
4lanH. c. 4
( tival.dile, p 1
tinland, p... 1
1'ubur. p.... t
JLowilrmlk. p 1
! I'lummaa. aa 4 1 I
oran.jr, ll... w l
smiib, rr., 4 11
Kirk., lb.... I 1 1 IWalkar. rf..4 0 4 4 0
FOREST HILLS. N. Y.. Kept. 8.-WI11-lam
Johnston and tils partner, Clarence
J. Griffin, both of Pan . Francisco,
wrested the national doubles tennis
uauws running anauiaa rt. ijouia to nui - .
ut Chicago today. I to . the locals tak- championship from T. C. Bundy Of la
Knuis lb... II
Wmhacna Kl I
O N. ill, o... 4 5
inr triree out of four games.
Lavender outpltcbed Ames, hut the
Tlnltors were ttelw when hits Were
needed. In toe first Butler walked, stole
jMHwnd, took third on Long's single and
axri while Long was thrown out on an
attempted double steal. A base on balls,
a sacj-Uloe, a sUigle and a fielder's choice
in the second gave fct- Louis Its other run.
caucAa. it. uxna.
AM H O A IV Aa.u.o.A.a
ImA rt.... 4 1 t Rai(laa. tb. 4 1 t
Angelea and Maurice K. McLoughlln of
Ban Francisco. In a thrilling five-set
match here this afternoon, by scores of
2-4V. S-S. (-4. S-4. t-S.
Notwithstanding the greater exper
lenoa 0f th three-time champion of the
Lnlted States. Johnston and Grifflng suis
ceded In wearing down and out general
ln the title holders, but only after a
contest which developed the fasteat and
rvnun , ..4 l t t M.l 1 s;mort thrilling aouote piay wn.-wi
rinraaea, as 4 lit i. rf t I I national tournament In many years.
r.iw. lk.... HI 1 swtuo. o... I ta t ! . "... ..... ,.. ,...,. -..ho
kvmikBa cl tit Mlar. lb... 1 t t t I ins iiwimii w-j
i-m-aa, lb.. I 1 t t H.ti, tb... I l t t also won the singles' title here yesterday
KZLJrzl i . i Jr-SV:::. t . J l ouut.ndm, f-t-r. of th. vie.
u.iiu ....I t t t t tor's play, although Griffin at several
t-wne. s....J ji Tia....l 1 17 is ,,, during the match lifted his game
Tuja.. lo"ta.iJ t I to spectacular heights ln keeping pate
Hatted for Lavender in aighin. w 1th his partner.
r-htcaro 0 0 0 t 0 ft
rt. Luuis.... ...1 I t M M I
Two-base hit: Phelan. Ktolen bane: I
liutler. Hwrifits hit: MIUm DouUe
;': HuKdiiia to Miller, Zimmerman to
VI ( lrrv to baler.
MINCER FRED CLARKE
TO QUIT PITTSBURGH
Lavender, t Hits;
liaees irtl bella:
afveu Uinlrms, oir mertn. I In one Inning.
Mruck out: Br lavandrr, I; by ADM, 1
I'mpirea. Qulgloy and O lay
fklia tofclai tatMla.
PHIIIKLPHIA. Kept. 1-Hard hitting
pit Philadelphia an Y victory over
New York tmluy, t to 1 In the opening
inu ng the home team scored five runs
ii a pea, ruiwi s noma run, n niltad s ,
j PITTbBUItGH. SelH. S. Barney Dy
fus, president of the Pittsburgh -National
league baas ball club, today annnuaoed
that rred Clarke, manager of the club,
had resigned and the resignation had
been accepted to take effect with the
close of the present season.
"Clarke has been anxious for some time
'pie., oouuiea oy i raam ana LAjutrus . . ,i t ku-i.
sinslee hv Niehoff and Ctiaimera. lv uU nUr "'n"on to big usl
i-'i.upu t'x.k Hitter s Witte lu the fourth neaa lntereta In Kanaaa, said Mr. Drty-
i.nd ferrltt went to the rubber In the ; juej ''and he feels that continuance in the
kihI ' I una. s or:
NEW YORK' rillLAtirLPHIA.
Ab H O A g AH H O A t.
-lock. lb ... tlllt
t Urt.ncr.rft. aa. 4 I t t S I
rakan. cf. . 4 I t t ,
t i.raUl. rf . 4 1 1 1
... , . . . " ,. ; i u., anu uv im,
halnuire was effective until the ' ... ... k n. -
a ben the visitors made three hits ! " wou,a 0,v t0 nuch of
i burna If. 4
itr.nl. ah.... I
I.m-i'Imii. rf 1
r lb ... 4
kl.r.i, lb. . 4
I i.u lier, m. 4
1 .fllM, Cf
I...VIU. t 1
r...I. .. I
ur. p ... 1
P P-. I
p.. . S
I . i.-po
ilLarlrrua lb. I 1 It t
ewiiiu.4. if. I i t t
4 sNi.uorf. lb., litis
5 tr. barx. .. 4 e t t
"b:at.ia. p. I I t I t
I Totals at II B It t
Tta la ... M t M t I a ' .
'ii.ii.-J fur j-. hi.pp in the eighth.
N. Vrk 104)00000 t-3 1
l'l.:iti.l M.l. S3 I 0 1 -!
i-lnK bite: O. Burna, Uoyle,
I ! I' l.r, Cr.,lh lj.liua. Niehoff.
H m-Uw l il. Whiiird. Home run.:
',--kert. Mi-ik i- !,.: uuil rui
HOLUNO RELEASES TWO
AND ON TRAIL OF TWO
8T. JOSEPH, Mo.. He IK. k. 8pclJ
Telegram.) Jack Holland ttxlay uncon
ditionally released Jack Bliss and re
turned Boultea. field captain, to the
Bridgeport team, now defunct, of the
Holland announces he will sign two t
tielders, two outfielders and two pitchers
within ten days for next season's team.
all ni til. r'lIi her.
H. . Heal l wis.
IH1AN. Is. Kept. 8 Soe-nl Tele
gram i The Kalians Cltv Bed li-ix wii
yiatrrday s game from 'he H ,' i lull 1
s s me of & to 4. I'alnken. itiliing for
trs r-x. was eirt'gi-t in the pinches In-
lJUl'in VIHt,. I tt-rtlMV 1ll IIm.1 M. , tr .IUI .. - .......
. . --, iit.iii ... ituri ul. , jr,H, uttle bh'ua h
! I,, if ! lM-r..(l l l.oderua. ime'si d 4 f.j i.
fas b J Ui i
I VJaeobwa, rf 4 S I I e
I UT.n. aa.... I 1 I t
I SAsnaw. e.... I t T 1 S
1 I OM-aba. p.. 4 t 1
t Totsla. ... .94 It n II I
t t t
1 0 t
1 t t 11
I t t t
iJ.Co.llna, lb 4
0 K.Collins, lb I
OJarkauB. ef.. 4'
OPalKb, If.... 1
Vl'-nirniar, If. 1
IWaever, aa... 4
tjobaa, lb.... I
tscbalk. e.... 4
0 Willisana p. 4
Tolala 17 14 17 14
Totata U 1124 10 1
One out when winning run scored.
Iletrolt 4 4 0 0 0 0 0 1 09
Ch.cngo O 1 0 2 0 0 6 0 210
Two-hase hits: thh. J. Collliis. rV halk.
Three-base hits: Covelcskle, Crawford.
Kelach, Johns. Kto.en base: Weaver.
Hacrlflfe lilts; hiwh, Burns, Weaver,
liojhle plsys: Johns to J. Collins. E.
Collins to Weaver to J. Collins. Cobb to
Humane. Buah to Young to Burna BAsea
on be la: Off Falter. I: off Coveieskie, 3:
off Woifgang, 1: off Boland, 1; off
Ixiwdermllk. 1. Hits: Off Faber, 4 In
tine-ti.li-d Inning; off Bens. 4 In one In
ning; off Wolfnang. S In seven and two
thirds Innings; off Coveleekie. 6 ln three
and Iwo-thlniH Innings: off Boland, & in
two snd two-thlrca innings; off Dubuc, 3
In leas than one third Inning; off Iwder
inlik, t ln two Innings. Struck out: By
Coveleekie. 3: bv Lowden-mllk, 1. Wild
V'ltch: I.owdermtlk. Passed ball: Manage,
'iivptrea: Connolly and Wallavr.
IJNCOLN, Sept. 8. (Special Telegram.)
i Aiinuugn rain ien in Lincoln it passed
up the fslr grounds and the track was
fast for the afternoon program today.
The 2:14 trot provided the excitement
of the day, with Mis Rexetta and Heir
Reaper in a nose-to-nose finish In the
third heat. The races attracted the
largest crowd since 1912.
2:25 race, nnra 81 nun'
Betty Brown (Beat)
The Deputy Sheriff (Miller).
Tanner Miller (Connors)
Tip Top H ombs)..!
Bed Hill (Wagner)
Miss Ciark (Koades)
Nancy V. C. (Chandler) ....
King Wll (Park.il ,
lime: 2:13. I:J34. 2:134.
2: trot, purse. 8.VI0:
Minnie lickheart iTavlor)
Alice Traveler (Acully)
.lorepmne jenains (Allan)....
C loncl Vldmer (Gli.geri
Baroness Mac (Rhoades)..!..
'lime: 3:2H, 1:11m, 2:224.
2:i4 trot, purse, t00:
Miss Rexetta (McCoy) 1
Vurdo .Mac (Ginger) I
Heir Reaper (Hill) 6
California B. (Hectley) 3
Mle Omar (Bell) 4
Time; 2:1414 1:12.. 2:1S. 2:15.
Three-fourths mile duh: Jack
Sa.l e flist, Concha second, tlilne D.
iiiira. -iime: i:iri.
j Five-eighths ml e dash: Dixie Miner
fir. t, lndlano a second, Barney McCoy
j third. Time: 1:03V
! In yesterday's races Hal McKlnney
I won three atralght heats frorri Columbia
Fire, the first heat ln 2:(H, the second
!ln 2:09 and the last In 2:07, cutting the
; track record one-fomth second.
OF THE LEADERS
Pittsburgh Helpless Before Pitcher
and Kansas City Captures
SEVEN TO TWO IS THE SCORE
Base Ball ftcoree at tileawood.
: OLENW'OOD. la., Sept. & (Special.)
Wet grounds prevented the morning
game at the tall tournament here yester
day. A double-header ln the afternoon
resulted: Tabor. ; P.atts. 2. Batt riea:
Tabor. Hall and Spell man; Platte. Bard
weli and Harold. Second game: Red Oak,
: (,1 en wood. 3. hat er.es: Hod Oak,
Smith and Krlcaon; Glen wood, Connor
and Butler. I'mplre: Harry Sage.
Total. It T rt 11 I
foiled tor Morton In the fifth.
Batted for Coumhe in the seventh.
Hutted for Wamsganaa In the ninth.
Batted for Brentim In the ninth.
Cleveland 00030020 01
St. Ixnils 00103010 0-6
Two-base bits: Howard, Staler. Three
base hit: Howard. Stolen bases: Evans.
Sholton, dialer. Double plsys: Howard to
Pratt to Sisier (2). lvan to Pratt to
Slsler. Hlta: Off Morton. 8 in five in
nings: off Coumbe, I in two Innings; off
Brnnton, none in two Innings. Bases on
balls: Off Coumhe, 1; otf Mefabe, 2.
Struck out: By Morton, t: by Hrentnn.
I: by McCabe, 7. I'mplres: Chill and
Jakaaaa Blaaka Yaaka.
NEW YORK. Sent. 8 Walter Jnhnam
abut out the New York Americana today
for te third time this aeason. Washing
ton winning over the Yankaea, I to 0.
Mia w key also fdtcbed well, but the via
itors scored a run In the first Inning,
wh n Moeller hit a scratch slnate. atule
eeooml. took third on an out and scored
on Milan's sacrifice! fly.
1'rldaya game between New York anil
Wellington will be played tomorrow as
the second one ot a douhie-hearier. Score:
w ASIIINUTON Ngw YORK.
AB H O A h AB II O A K.
! IOWA HORSEMEN COME
TO CASS COUNTY FAIR
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t HHiili. If 4
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ATLANTIC, la., 8Tt. 8.-(8peclal Tel
egram.) Rain today made it necessary to
call off the races at the Cass county fair.
but a big crowd thronged the grounds In
tha mud and was entertained by the
free acts. The races tomorrow are the
2:17 pace, purse 8400; the 2 28 trot, purse
f350. and the l:S pace, purse S&O.
The races yesterday resulted as fol
3 l"l trot:
J. W. A
!Roy. Wilson 4 t d.
lr. B 7 6
Joaephlne S 6
Pntrio lam was entered but did Dot ar
rive In time to start.
Iatriotlm waa entered, but did not
arrive In time to start.
Time: 2;n 3;1. S.ifa-V
Five-eighths mile daub, purse, $78: Bes
sie Davis first. Joe Norvei second, Nrma
third. Time: l:07H. -
Both M. Jeck 1 1
The !"urtllst 3 2
lU adllng 8, W. J 3
Tomorrow promises to be a big day it
the weather is good. Daylight fireworks
will be shown during the day and a big
vaudeville program and fireworks at
Sinks Four Cents
NEW YORK. Sept. T.-In the face of
many apparent reasona for assuming a
stronger tone, the foreign exchange mar
ket weakened today and sterling went
down 4 conta from Saturday's close, to
I4.C Large offerings of bills were raid
to be the cause of the drop.
, The market had apparently discounted
to then the latest Importation of gold
j from England for. Instead of advancing,
I the rate on sterling dncllned. Kvn tha
news that the shipment was almost twice
aa large as expected failed to check the
slump. Another cause for strength,
which was responded to only Ly weak
ness, was the belief that a remedy was
near at hand, as only a few days, at
most, will elapse before the arrival her
of the Anglo-French commission.
Although no one ln authority was will
ing to father the statement. It was known
that local bankers would look with dis
approval upon steady shipments here
from England of gold ln large quantities.
This view Is concurred In by many out-of-town
bankers, whose support Is
counted upon here ln lending Great
Britain and France the money with
which to pay for their enormous pur
chases of supplies in these markets.
KANSAS CITT, Mo., Sept. 8. Ttie lead
ers of tha Federal league were he! pi res
before the pitching of Packard today and
Kansas City won from Pittsburgh, 7 to fc
Packard allowed four hits, two to Kon
tchy and two to Mowrey. Rogge, who
started for the visitors IsMed four Itv
nings. Hearn. who succeeded him, yielded1
four runs, three coming in the eighth on
four hlta. Th second game of a double
header was called In the second Inning
on account of rain. Score: R U.K.
Pittsburgh ...1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 02 4 0
K. nais City. 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 3 7 18 1
fcauerlee: Rogge, Hearn and O'Connor;
Packard and Ensenroth.
Top. Make Clean Sweep.
NiWARK, N. J Sept. 8 -The Brooklyn
Federals made a clean sweep of the fWe
game aeries with the Newark bv taking
today's double-header by scores of 8 to 4
rnu s to 0. Score, first game: RILE.
Brooklyn 2 0 0 0 2 0 1 1 0 12 I
Newark 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 04 10 1
Batteries: Marion and Land; Kaiserllng.
Moran and Rariden.
Score, aecond game: Ml K.
Brooklyn 8 0 0 0 0 0 4) 0 0-8 0
Newark 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 1
Batteries: t'pham and Simons; Moeoly,
Billiard and Rariden.
Hiu a VVh.p Terps Twice.
BUFFALO. Sent. 8 The local Wrioral
leageu season was brought to a close to
day with the Buffalo team scoring a
doeb'e victory over Baltimore. The scores
wars a to U and to 4.
' Al Schuls allowed five widely scattered
hits in the first game and beat A.
Rankin Johnson In a pitchers' battle. A
home run by Hal Cha-e brought ab-ut
the second Buffalo vlctorv. IWih Rnf.
falo two runs behind In the fifth inning,
Chse hit Into the hla.nh.r. n .
Lord ahead of him. Singles by Engle and
ah n gave tne locals the deciding ta"y
i 'll eighth. Score: R.II.E.
Hurralo 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 - 6 0
Baltimore ....0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 ft 0
Batteries: Schuls and .Allen;
Score, second game:
Buffalo 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 1
Baltimore ..2 011 0000
..latte.lee: Marshall and Allen; Qulnn.
Conley and RufselL
SUNDAY TO BE BIG
Brown Parks, Merchants and Drex
els to Mix for Class B Champion
ship and Trip to St Paul.
ALSO SETTLE THE CLASS C MU
-6 8 1
The board of directors ot the Omaha
Amateur Base Ball association will
hold a meeting ln the city hall thl
evening to consummate plans for the
I staging of two championship amateur
: gamea this coming Sunday. The final
I battles for the championship honori
of both Class B and Class C will bo
j bold Sunday.
, The Brown Park Merchants and tha
Drexels will fight It out for tho Class
B championship of tho city. Tho winner
of this game will also be given a trip
to St. Paul, where they will play tho
Class B conquerors of St Paul.
The Merchants are favorites over the
j shoe men. With Jimmy Milota at their
iheed the Brown Parks have played liko
j a well oiled machine all year and the
odds are all with them. Frank Potacn
'will be on the glring line for. Mllota'g
j troupe and Potach conies pretty near
oeing tne class of the city's Class U
The Drexels will be allowed two extra
playeres In the championship, as Sherer
and O'Brien, who played all year on
both the Merchants and the Drexels,
have chosen to play with the Merchants
ln this game. . Tho two players allowed
are Pitcher Gumett and Heavy Hansen,
who will probably work in the outfield.'
Tlie Class C championship lies between
tho G. 11. Nelson team and the Trimblo
Bros. crew. This game will be Dlaved
as a curtain-raiser to the Class B event,
and will start at 1:30. The Nelsons seem
to be tho prevailing favorites for tho
Nebraska Foot Ball
Squad at Beatrice
BEATRICE). Neb.. Sept. 8. (Special
Telegram.) Part of the Nebraska univer
sity foot ball tTJad arrived In town this
evening and will go Into camp at Chau
tauqua park for a week. Captain Dick
Rutherford will be In charge of the boys
and will put them through some hard
work while here. There are twenty In
Apartments, flats, houses and cottages
can be rented quickly and cheaply by a
Bee "For Rent."
MARGARET DIM0N WINS
2:04 TROT AT HARTFORD
HARTFORD, Conn., Sept. 8. The 2:04
trot, purse $1,000, wag won by Margaret
Dlmon; second, Lettle Lee; third and
fourth money divided by Star Winter and
Fair Virginia. Best Ume, tH.
The 3 24 trot for 3-year olds; parse.
t,fl00, won by De Roche; second North-
shur; third. Morning Gossip. Best time
The 2:08 pace, purse, 33,000. won by
Single G; aecond. Raatus; third, Leila
Patchen. Best time, 2:044.
Totals It t I
Batted for Miller in eighth.
Washington 1 0 0 0 000 I
New York 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Two-ba hit: Ilpp. Stolen baaea:
Voell.r (3i. llartxell. High. Sacrifice fly:
MIIhii. Doublo plays: McBride to Pouter
to tiandll. Hix n to Pvkiniugh to pipp.
Kaswa on ttajla: off Shakey, 3; off
John eon. I Hit by pitched ball: By
Johnaon. tVtok. Slru'-k oit: By Johnoon,
W; by ahawkry, 1. I'mplres: Nallln and
CHICAGO, Sept. . Grover I-owdernillk.
tb latest acquisition lo the elMrolt
pitching staff, went wild In t" ninth In
iimic. and met his Waterloo at the hand
111 the thb a jo While H x, 10 to t. in
K ' t clash of th.ae two clubs here tMs
eason. As a result of the victory the
I e U-hsve won their fifth straight game,
two of which werw taken from tne Tig ra.
and cut down Boston's lead lo scveri
Apparently bnpelessly re,tea In the first
two innings wKn Jennings men d wa
ut Is'er and Bens from the mound
lth a total of eight hlta, which prw
dui-ej an eight-run lead, the Chicago club
Pa ' e.y hong ou and played an uphnl
utile II ! the vlKiturs In the lucky"
t'emat I.eavae Reaalta.
At R-.lt l.k. Pllu'
Salt l-ake City ,
Williams ard Hannah.
at ixa Angelea:
ll -1 1 . r , . - a . i j . .
William end Boles.
at ban Francisco:
Oa kla nd '. ". ', ! .'.
H 'terles: Cova'eakte and t
Leverna and Kuhn.
..8 13 1
...4 10 3
..4 8 1
.4 T 1
Mr Cook Tssraey Resells.
M'COOK. Neb.. Sopt. 8. (SixhUI Tele
gram ) T ha following are Uxt reaulta of
tlie second day svt the McCuok base ball
I omis 0 0 0 0 4) 0 f o
M lL'eok 0 a 1 0 0 1 o-U
Batteries: Loomls, Debo ,tnd Maasia'u
MtoX. Mnsaey and George.
Camhruitre 0000100 13
Imperial 302OOIOO 8
Battori: Cambridge, Justice. Budwelt
ana Krauingor; Imperial, MupWs and
of Subsea U-27
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BERLIN, Sept. T.-(Vla London.) The
Admiralty announced today that the
German submarine lT-27 sank a , small
British cruiser several weeks ago. The
lT-27 has not been heard from since
August 10, the admiralty also says, and
probably la lost.
The announcement follows:
"According to a report of one of our
submarines, it met the V-Tt en the high
sees after the Utter, about August 10,
had sunk a small British cruiser of aa
old type west of the Hebr'des Inland (off
the coast of Scotland). The U-27 has not
since returned and must be regarded aa
GERMANS MAKE AN AIR
RAID ON BRITISH COAST
LONDON. Sept S.-A German air raid
on the east coast of England occurred
last night. The official statement regard
ing the raid says:
"Hostile aircraft revisited th eastern
coast Thursday night and dropped bombs,
it ta known that there have been some
flree and some casualties, tut particulars
are not yet available. The number ef the
casualties will be communicated to the
press aa soon aa tuey can be obtained."
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