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ALECK WIHS 30TH;
ftebrsskan, Although Unsteady,
Work Well in Pinches and
CUES DROP TO THE BOTTOM
CHICAGO, Sept t-Chlcgo went
Into last place today when thejr lot botn
frames o a double-header to Philadel
phia, by scores of S to 1 and 3 to 1, while
New York dofealed St. Louis.
' The league leaders won the first same
easily by bunching their hits behind tho
loos playing of the locals. Alexander,
although unsteady, worked his beat In
ths pinches and bad IllUs difficulty hold
ing his opponents safe. It was bis thir
tieth victory this season.
Erratic playing behind Douglass cost
him the second game, the first run of
the league winners being the only one
earned. Manager Brrsnahan lined a re
cruit named Mulligan at shortstop, who,
although a little unsteady played a fast
game, lie was signed recently by -Charles
VT. Murphy, the former president of the
Chicago Nationals. Score, first game:
AB.H.O.AB. AH. H. OAS
Ft, lb.... 4 Sit tfloot. rf I 1 I ft
Kuinn, HI I I I ftt'tMilan. 10.. I
. cf.. 1 1 0 oa bulla. If... I
t'ravath. rf., I I t ftHjr. lb.... 4
)Km lb. I 11 S ftWIIIlama, rf 4
Whiuad. If.. 4 t 1 0 UcC rt.hr. lb 4
Nlaaoff. lb.. 4 14 1 IMullifu, M I
Kim, .....! 4 1 ftArehar. e.... 4
tlaxaaaer, ft I 1 ft I XAilama. a..
1Ml...,JUIIU lso,r. ..,
. 1 ft ft I 1
. 1 0 S
Tatola II I It II 4
Ratted for Adams in seventh.
Batted for Schoor In ninth.
rhiladetphla 0 1000100 1 6
Chloaao 0 X 0 0 0 0 0 0 01
Alexander, I, off Bchoor, S. lilts: urr
Adams, S In seven innings; off Kchoor, S
in two Innings. Struck out: liy Alex-1
it two innings, eiruca ran: y
nder. S: by Adams. 8; by Bchorr 2. Wild
4tih: Adams. Paaaed baU: Burns. V in-
iilres: Klcra ana nansue. ocore, suconu
PUlLADnjHl A. OKIOAOO.
th....4 111 IMarrar. if.. I 1 I I
luorA a I t
l aakart, cf.. 4
"m atU. rf.. 4 1
ljitorua, lb. 4 1
tV bittMk M.. 4
Niotioff. lb.. I
liuroa, a..... I I
X miin(, .
KalMlr, If., till!
tHrhulia, U... till
I 0Mhr ..... II
0 IMulMiaa. as I
4 t' Pb.lu. lb... 114
1 0iar. lb 1
1 awniUBia cil
Totals It aS "' ha, si
IKHiKltta., p. I
lUxciara .. 1
TotaU...e' 17 11 4
Hatted for Bhulte In the efft
uuii...t fnr KmI.t In Lbe ninth.
Halted for Williams In the ninth.
Philadelphia 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0-J
Chicago 0 00SOQ.0O-i
Two-base hit: htook. Three-basehlt.
Bcliuite. Htolen bu: Whittoii. Double
plays: Xiurna to Banrroft: Nlehoff to
l.udrrua. Bancroft to Nlehoff to Luderua:
.Murray to nl-r. Husos on balls: Off
Htxey. ; off Dougliiaa, 1. fitruok out:
Jy Dotixlaaa. 4; by iUxey. 7. Umplresl
Klcnt sud Kinalle.
4 lark Wins Last Game.
PITTSBURGH, Sept. SS. Manager FVed,
Clarke played his last Kame of base
liall in the National league today and
his team defeated Boston, to 4. Clarke
as preeenled with a bound book coiv
talnlng the names of several thousand
Plttaburfh friends. Mamaux started the
game, tut gave way to Cooer at the
mid of the fifth inning. The Pirates
knocked Rudolph out of the box and
iiughc-a ftntHlied the content. Hcore:
.1. i 1 4 .1 u::::8 I I
W halloa. 0.. I I I M.am, ft.
T, ft ft ft ft ollina ...
JioAolps. ft.. I 1 ft ft tt-socer, p.,
1 4) ft I ft
t 1 ft ft 0
I ft ft 1 ft
lluslwai ft... ft ft ft
!iiul 1 ft ft ft ft Totals St II It
rrfals II I H I ft
Has for W haling in ninth.
Batted for Hug lies In ninth.
Y4oston 0 0 t 0 S 0 0 0
J-Htuburgh 0 0 0 0 S S S 0
Two-base hits: Masree, Carey, Batro.
Tliree-taao hit: Compton. hlnlen lumcs:
horan, i,vcia, Mwaut tile, Waant-r. li&eel
on ballH: Off Huuulih, 1; olf IluKiies,
1: off M&maux I; off Cooper, i llitn:
Off Hudolpu, 10 In alx IiiuIiikk; off
jiuKhra, 2 in two iunlniiK', off Mainaux,
a In five inninaa; off t'oopcr, none in
four Inning. (Struck 0111: By Rudolpli,
2; by .Mamaux. t; off Coojn-r, 3. Vm
1'lres: O Day and Qulgley.
Reals ltse te Dodgers.
CTVCTVNATI. Sept. 23 -Grlffith,s error
in the sixth Inning was ths turning point
In the first game of the series hers today
a:i4 Brooklyn won, I to L
BcxwKlvn scored a run In the second
on a double snd a single. They annexed
two more in ti.e aixih when Uriftlth
lropped O'Uara'a fir. allowing hliu t.
second. Dsutxvt aacrifWd aivd
iUra siored on btrm.-i!'s sacrifice fly.
T:.v sdled their winning run In this
Itiiilu on ronae utlve Iiik!' s by W heat,
t ulsli-" eri4 Meyers. b...rx-
O'Mara, aa . 4 ft ft I liKillifsr. cf . 1 1
I'.obwru 10. a aw s iHiiua. 4b Ill
r r ..1 rf.. I 1 1 ft dht-o an... 114
k. V ut. If. 4 lift SHrXflib. If. 4 ft ft
i-iitiiw. IU4 I I I uvaosor. It,. I ftl
S ..r at.. 4 lift lliil. If. .. I ft I
i-k. la..... 4 1 4 S iwmu. a.... I 1 ft
: 'i.nr. a . I I I I tuatiwtis, lb I ft U
1 m!i, ft.... I ft 1 S ftr'tosr. ft.... ft ft 1
Lr. ...... ft ft
Touts..-.. a 9 ST 14 iw.i,iuias .. 1 ft ft
'l.k. 1 1 ft
.4r .... i ft ft
T'lUli ....a I 27 14 1
Vailed f'-r Tf!M-v In vinlli.
"i.rtUtr'1 lur Tu,u,t is In iiuitii.
i.a.i fo- t'in?-ke lu ninth.
iM-ti for L ii In miuli.
f'.MH.Kin u 10 0 0 16 03
' nit! I ft o 0 1 0 0 02
Two-base LIU; Mryeio, CuUhaw.
Ye -i iriTht OM"n.e TcHeo Tvicia machin um had T ad m rciment -
op ORtyr-nTovsKi h men ,mt ouh ttert-, ' v Urrut rrrccT -vt rtn. L perished -all of I A 1
ADVAtlTOTHC WMKi HTlXtK1 WZT B Jo OOTVILLt NEA, THEM - ( SHERMAN
TRANCHE'S VMILC THE A VOLLEY OF iHEL1J INTO THE A T"5 VOHTMH fORTKES ?. J .. WAO.
r-NT1WTrp ' EUtMYCfMP.OOTITVVS I JUiT THEM A -rLTR J V, V A?- 1 WVD
tS JSff eJSS! TO0 "-Smo , I 7 1 AriD RIGHT!!
-y- rW,.cAPTMN. ) -l-! V , 1 JJJJna jr saved? y
Two-haaa hits: Nlehoff. LuderuaJ ..-... u uoiwi ri. unm xoaay. inn
Tb!" hit;" Cravai?8tolen bas. s: TnJLlv JL,' "f b,ut
Whltted. Stock. Double plays: Mulligan! "l n","f-lt, ilhK-when ej
to Phelan to Saler (2). Archer to Mulll-' f,7i?i, . V ,.""8 on b"L'" a?l w,u'
garT Bases on ball.: Of f Adams. 4; off produced, three runs for the locals.
wnoiCTi. ti l 1 1 1 ejohiwion, lb 4 11 1 mo towering or ms record, the Users i... iiT"" , , ; ..Z. T 1" . T 1
xz.?. : s : r.a,c,ri4 1 1 . ily.-A :s i-i Mil
tumtuT la.... ft 1 1 t-w.r. aa.. 1141 , having gone the first half In less than a :1La "rVl i ! V: nsi i 1
ui a a 1 in;, !.,i.. a.... 4 I 11 1 ft I the other horftes throuah ths last n,i.. I1"1 I III ftKamru. lb... 4 till
Standing of Teams
W. I Prt.
?7 4r .M
m m .m:
M 1 .filti
7 CvS .firtl
66 78 .4M
M M .471
M M .1172
40 101 .284
RfllllllHIUD .. ...,....
NAT. LEAOUM, I FED. LEAGUE.
, , W.L.Pet. W.KPrt. ,
Phils, S3 W .&MI Pittsburgh .so m .ra
Hrooklyn ..77 (A .t.X9l Chicaso ....79 f.4 .553
Itnufon 7wi.C.:c,Ht. l.mils....w) 6 ,u.2
1'ittKhiirRh .71 "7 .4W Huffslo 73 7S .013
4'liiflnnKll ,ia "Tt .4Ti Newsrk 74 7 .iJ7,
Ht. Louis,. . 71 ,4? Knn. l'lty...74 A ,MH
Nw York..(i 77 .4i Mronktyn ...70 77 .47(1
Chicago ....6 76 .4ll Haltlmore ,.4(i 87 .817
Npw York. 7; H. iouls. 3.
Philadelphia, li-8; CIiKhro. 1-1.
Hrooklyn. J: Cinc innati. .
Uuaton. 4; PmnLiiirnh. R.
Cleveland, 4-2; Itoston. R-9.
8t. Louis, 0-1; New York, T-f
ltrolt. : l'h'lartnlphla. h.
Clilcago. 2; VahliiKton. L
Huffnlo, 6; 1'ltlebursh. t.
Hrooklyn, 8; K annua City, 0.
Newark. 1-4, Chicago, 2-L
UalUmore, t; Ht. Louis. 10.
National League Boaton at Plttaburgii.
American League St Louis at Iioa
ton, Chicago at Philadelphia, Cleveland
at New York. Detroit at Washington.
American League Brooklyn at Chl
rairo, Buffalo at Bt Loula. Newark at
Pittsburgh. Baltimore at Kansas City.
Double plays t Cutshaw to O'Mara to
baubert 2). Kllllfer to Hersog. Bane
on balls: Off Pfeffer, I. lilts: Off
Toney, 7 In eight Innings; off lar, 2
in one Inning. Btruck out: By Pfeffor,
X: by Toney. 2. Umolraa: VMrUr ami
Cards Lose to Giants.
ST. LOUI8, Bept, 23.-8even hits In-1
ludlng a home run and a triple in the
pnd inning proved the undoing of
AH H O A K
'"t.. If.... lis RMhn if a a s
oh.rt,, rf. 0 I n "4 1
oii. lb.... III nn rf.T...4 l.l
"'. 10.. 1 j 9 m. ! it ... 0 I
"! ; 1 Miir it... 4 0 1
!.!- i ! 1 i'oi c:.... 4 1 1
S lit OHa.l.-. e ... I
?2Z " i ! ! I "Haabr. ai. 4
"as 4 1 I I OK.M m a
-HM40WI, S i
at 14 IT 11 o aulas ., 1
Totals M I If II 1
RattM for Meadows In seventh.
Batted for Robinson In ninth.
New York 0 8
ft. Louis 4) 0
0 0 0 0 0 1 07
0 0 0 i 0 0 03
Ta,i-h. li... w 1.1. .
Hyatt, Three-base hit: Dyer. Home
run: Kelly. Kaaea on balls: rf
Teareau, S; off Meadows. 1. Hits: Orf
t.11?! "Jn ou nd two-thirds InnliiKs;
off Meadows 4 m five and one-third
Innings; off Robinson, S In two Innings.
Jilt by pitched ball: By Robinson, Dyur.
P.,,r.u.c" ?uf lil lereau ; by isalle. 1
ma piicoi xesrsau. Umpires: Orth
Favorites Win Pour
Big Races Without
The Loss of a Heat
COLUMBUS. O.. Sept. S. Pronounced
favorites not only won the four races on
today's Orand Circuit program, but they
did so without the loss of a beat. Not a
driving finish was seen. The time aver-
Ut WSS UlS Daat nf h ...J
!! the track good enough for
Queen Abbess, winner tr ths 2:10 pace,
showed her quality when she stepped the
final heat In l:0t4. Napoleon Direct made
the fastest time of the week when he
did the second heat of the free-for-all
pace In IKB4, a second (lower than his
reoora mads last week at Syracuse.
Anna Bradford carried hint a fast first
half In the opening mile, but a break on
the far turn dropped the blaok mare to
the rear and she did no more contending.
A.ixxie Brown almost equalled her rec
ord in each of the first two heats of ths
Capital City trot. At Stracuse she won
in 2:0014. Today she 2 06V, twice, never
being pread by Lurtla Hpler. Bonnlng-
ton. the second choice In this race, oould
not be controlled and was dlstanoed In
the second heat.
Ames AIMiiKeri brought the first victory
of ths week to ths McDonald stable.
Practically all of the time In each of the
heats he was cut in front.
Chief Bender Sues
Federals for Salary
riTTSBURGlf. Sept. 23. Charles
(Chief) Bender, a former player with the Washington's only run resulted from con
Philadelphia American base ball club, , d" J.'V.'": ourn''- hlk
who this year played with the Baltimore : - CHIuauo! wahhinot ,n.
club, of the Federal league, today filed ? . ."lJ.a ,k ! If
sun m un nere sgsiivsi tun federal
league, asm. Judgment for 1.05 which
no ciamia u am Dint on a contract for
1.1. aervloe. In ht. petition Bender al-
h-ges that he signed a Contract for two
Vi-ara t 17 Ml l.i.f ,iu - ....
1 oiiumuiiaiiy reieasea. Tns Pvtluburgh
Fedora! league club and ths Buffalo
Federal league club, playing here today,
ware made s garnishees la the suit,
Tin: UKE: OMAHA. FKTDAY, SEPTEMBER
Copyrlirht, 1015. International
RED SOX WIN PAIR,
Kansan Has to Be Relieved in First
Game Which Boston Takes
SECOND EASY FOB CARHIGANS
BOrrON, Bept 23. The Red Sox today
gained two more victories at the expense
of Cleveland, 5 to 4 snd to S.
Tho vleltors pressed Boston closely In
the first game, when Jos Wood, pitching
his first game In a month, weakened.
Coumbe, who succeeded Klepfer in the
fourth, kept his hits scattered except In
the fifth and seventh. A triple by Roth
grew into a tally In Cleveland's fourth;
singles 1 by Evans, Wambsganss and
Coumbe produced two runs In the
seventh and the visitors approaahed
within one run of Boston when they
added another off May's dollvery on a
Single by Roth and Klrke's double in the
1 Tho second game was won by Boston
almost at the start and Brenton soon
gave way to Coltaraore. Roth, whose
hard hitting has been a feature of the
series, knocked the ball over the high
left field fence for a homer In the fourth,
Graney, the Cleveland left fielder,
broke his collarbone when he made -a
difficult catch . yesterday. It became
known today. Score, first garnet
Will., If I
t OHoeeer, rf... 4 ft
I tRooU. as..... 4 1
iJl! i?" "J
1 ft ft
ft OHpaaker. af..
ft OHobiltaal. lb
Kirta. lb.... 4
ft lOaiaar, lb... 1 ft
Kirana, lb.... 4
I ILawls. It.... 4
ft COardDsr, lb. 4
ft oa'avnar. lb. . I
I IThomas, s... I
4 bCadr. t
ft Wool p I
. . - Mara p 1
Tstais.,..J4 1 14 US
Totals M ft S7 14 1
Batted for Egan In ninth.
Boston 0 0 S 0 1 0 1 0 8
Tow-baae hits: Wagner. 'Lewis (2),
Kirks. Threo-base hit. Iloth. Double
play: Wood, (Jardnwr and Hoblltsel.
Bases on balls: Off Coumbs. 1; off Wood,
1; off Klepfer, 2. Hits: Off Klepfer. B
In three Innings; oft Coumbs, 4 in five
InMliiKK1-! off Wood, in seven innings;
off Mays, I in two Innings. Struck out:
Hy Kleper, 2; by Coumbe, S; by Wood
3; hy Mays t Umpires: Dlneen and
Null in. Bcopa,, second game:
. AB.H.O.AB. AU.H.O.A.B.
Wllla. If 4 ft t MHnaoar. rf... 4 ft 1 a
Chapman, aal I
Horn. 4 1
smith, rf.... 4 11
I IRaott. as..... 4 111ft
ttttpsaksr. of.. I 1 ft ft ft
OHubltual. lb I 111 ft ft
IIawIs If.... 4 1 I ft ft
(( lard nar. lb. 4 1 1 4 1
, lb.. I ft I 4 ft
ockar. a. I 1 S ft 9
Ugbure, a..... I 1 ft I ft
KirKa, in.... 4 14
" b.... 4 ft ft
ISR,bs'is. Ib I ft 0
f-an, 0 a s
vrtnton. a... ft ft ft
Lviiaawre, ft I 1 ft
Talla It 1H 1
Totals n IMU I
Cleveland j 0 0 0 10 01 0 0 t
Boeton S S 1 1 0 0 0 0 4
Two base hits; Bpeaker, Bhore. Smith.
Three-base hit: Gardner. Hume runs:
Iloblltxel, Roth. Bases on balls: Off
Brenton, 1; 0ff ColluJiiore, 1; off Shore
1. lilla: tiff Brenton, 4 In one and one
third Innings; off Collamore. S In six and
two-thirds Innings. Btruck out: By liren
t'li. 1: by Collamore, S: by Shore, 3,
Umpires: Nailln and Dinnen.
Tlaers Whip Blacks.
PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 2S.-Detrolt de
fcHle.l Philadelphia today, to 6, and
made a clean sweep of the serins of
tljrre gmnea. The home team staged a
batting rally at Loudermllk's expense In
the eighth and took a lead of one run.
In the ninth Knowlson took Snehan'a
place. Kavanaugh led off with a triple
and McKee walked. An out was fol
lowed by Vltt walking, tilling the bases.
Cobb fanned, but Veach scored the run
which won the game with a single to left
field, Score :
IKTH IT. FHiLAIPT,PRIA.
AB U O A K. AU.H.O.A.B.
Manama, a., S ft I 0 iSiAoy. a... 1 ft
tMikar. ft ft 1 ft olpp 1
iiuurm a. ft s 1 ft I lifclisehan p..t
(lilhaia. ft., ft ft ft 4 CKuowlaoa, ft
Kavauash ,11ft llaukMoa .. 1
i:Kaa ft ft 0 W. Davis.. 1
"alar .... 1
Totals 14 417 11 1'Uaiooe .... 1
Totals... ..II inn 1
Batted for Stanage In the ninth.
Halted for Ixiudermllk In the ninth.
Baited for MoAvoy In the fifth.
Ratted for bliwehan In the elgth.
Ratted for l.aip In the ninth.
Batted for Kuowlaon tn the ninth.
T"'1 2 I 0 ft 0 S-4
Philadelphia 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 S 0-4
Two-base hits: tH.lrtng !. Three-baae
hijs: Young. Kavnnaush, Btrunk. Home
run. Vllt. Stolen haata: , fobls Bush,
Youiik n'l, Bt'baiig, lijole. DouUe play:
Bimli to Burns. Baana on balls: Off
Ixiud. t ictlk. J; off Hhevhan. 4: off Knowl
son .'. llns: Crf Loudermllk, 1 In eight
InnliiKH; orf Uldham, none In one Inning;
off hhoflmn lu right innings; oft
Knoli.uu, ! In one Inning. Hit by
int. li.-. 1 ball: By Loudermllk. Sciisns.
Htruik out: By Loudermllk, S; by old
ham, 1; by hheehaii, 1; by Knowlson, 1
ild 1 it, h: l,oudemiilk. Uinplresi
llila. l.iHiia and O Louglihn.
Wail.- Sua Uauift Meaatars.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 23 Chicago to
day won Its last same In Washington this
season. I to 1. Harpar gave alx bases on
balls snd forced In a run before he was
rWievod by Boehllng In the third. A
double by Schalk and two errors gsve
tha. victors mlp iwuril , 1., ,u-
A-laUth. ;ott allowed bu four hlia ....1
waor. a.i 1 1 1 1 1 muc, lb... 1
JfJ i XXit.l
J'"0, u - iiwMr. rr... 9
lL' III V I iaTiaU.! !
b'1 ' .-.I 111 I u itr a., as. I
""S ft a 1 a 1 n.rp.r. p...
b.l,ii. . I
aia 11 u 1
Chk-aato V. 0 0 lV " 2
Washington 1 0 0 0 0-1
i . T""ir. ,,lU,:, B h'k.- saver. Jamt-
Iftoii. Dvuide plas: i oatcr to Jud,;
I Boalla aa A Aft) m , .. a.
Fosrter to Shanks to Judges Weaver to
E Collins to J. Collins; McBrlde to
Judpe. Bases on halls: Off Harper, 6;
of Boehllng, L Hits. Off Harper, 2 In
two Innlnga; (none out and town on
haves In third); off Boehllng, S In seven
Innlnga. Btruck out: By Scott, 1; by
Boehllng, a Umpires: Kvana and Wal
lace. Heernlts Beat Browns Twits,
NEW YORK, Sept. . New York re
cruit pitchers twice defeated St. Louis
today, evening up the final series of the
season. Moarldge disposed of the oppo
sition handily In the first game, 7 to 0,
and Markle was effective in the second.
winning by 6 to L , I
Five St. Louis pitchers failed to check
the Yankees in the first game. They
were given poor support. In the second
same New York knocked Chester Hoff. a
Bt. Louis recruit, out of the box In four
innlnga. Score, first game:
BT. LOUIH. New YORK.
- AB.H.O.A.B. AB.H.O.AB.
Anatta. lb... 4 til lHIh. ef I ft I ft ft
Howard, lb.. I ft u 1 apacklnpa, as I I I 4 0
Malar. rf-D.. 4 0 I ft IMalaal, lb... 4 ft 1 0 0
ffhottaa of.. 4 lift IPipp. lb 4 111 1
i'ratl, lb.... (1(4 OBaumano. lb I I I I 0
L. U. 4 110 (lHartaall It.. 4 I 1 ft ft
fa'aa, as.... 4 0 11 ICook. rf 4 ft ft ft 0
I'ual, a. 1 ft ft lAlanander. a 4 1 I ft ft
Rvnla. 0.. I I I 1 ftMocTldga. ft. I ft ft 4 ft
Phillip p.. I 0 1 1
Hamilton, ft. ft ft ft ft Totals....) ft 17 II 0
Sotboroa. p.. ft ft ft ft ft
Blma. p. ft ft ft 1 ft
Jacobaoa ... 1 ft ft I ft
Walker, ft.. 1 ft ft ft -ft
Totals II T 14 11 4
0 0000000 0-0
0 0 1 0 1 2 S 0 7
su,t-.t ' ir 11. ,
Two-base hit: Alexander. Double playi
Austin and Howard. First base on bulla:
Off Phillips, 4; off Mogrklh-e, a Hits:
Off Phillips, In five Innings (none out
in sixth); off Hamilton, none In ons Inning-
off Bothoron, 1; (none out):, off
Slsler, none In one Inning; off dims,
none In one Inning. Struck out: By
Phillips, 1; by Hamilton, n. by films, 1:
by Morfrtdge, 4. Umpires Connolly and
Chill. Bcore. second game:
BT. LOOTS. NBW YORK,
in u r a m ad. u - a .
Awtta, IK.. 4 114 ORtsH. It.... 1119 0
Howard, lb.. 4 1 I I epaoklnpa ss 4 0 I 4 1
Pl.l.r. rf.... 4 S I ft IMalaal. Ib... 4 9 119
GhMtea of., I 9 1ft irinp. lb I ft 4 9 ft
P att, lb.... 4 111 IMull.a. lb.. I 1 I 1 ft
If - 4 1 I ft OB.umano, Ib I ft 1 1 ft
La ran, as..., 4 4 ft I Millar, of.... 4 1 ft ft ft
Axnaw. a.... S ft 4 I lOook. K.....4 1 I ft ft
Ko'f. ft 1 ft ft 1 Rob wart, .. 4 S 4 X ft
Wallmaa, ft. t 1 ft ft OMarkla, p... 1 ft 1 1 ft
.... . w w w
, Total a... ..II HI I I
Totals.. ...14 T 34 Jt .
Batted for Agnew In ninth, .'
?t LrfMlla AAAAAAAA .
New York '. '.0 1 0 S 0 0 1 0 6
Tvn.hau Kit. SkMk ,t a
Famed runs: K, Vn,u Q ti
orf'ir l.i- M HIU:
Off Hoff, 4 In three Innings, (none out
In fourth), off Wellman, I In five In
nlnga fctruok out: By Hoff, 1; by Well
man, 6: by Markle, 6. Uroplrea-Chlll
Blodgett and North
Pitch for Alamitos
and Cop Tourney
The Alamitos, one of the crack nines In
the Greater Omaha league, walked away
With first money In the two-day base ball
tournament held at Masaena, la. Tues
day and Wednesday. The Alamitos copped
both games, using Tom Blodgett In one
game and Lou North in the other.
Blodgett put the fixings to the Frankela.
the championship amateur nine of Des
Moines, In the first gams, holding them
to two hits and striking out eighteen
men. The score was 7 to 1.
In the second fray the Alamitos defeated
Atlantic, to 2. North allowing but four
hits and striking out fourteen. Harry
Williams worked behind the bat in both
games for the Omaha milkmen. Score,
first game: R.H.EJ.
Alamitos 000102 00 07 11 1
Frankela 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 01 I 2
Butteries: Alam'tos. Blodgett and Wil
liams; Fiankols, Rees and Ellis. Three
lass hits: Williams. Novilsky. J. Butey.
Two-bass hit: J. Butsy. Bases on balls!
Of lieea. 1 Stolen bases: Williams.
Hasen. Sullivan. Btruck out: By Blod
gett, IS; by Bees. 4. Time: 2:10.
Score, second seine: R H E
A'amitos 00100002 04 7 1
Atlantic 0 0 0 0 0 4 2 0 04 4 1
Bateriee: Alamitos. North and Wil
,JL"rn,:. Atlant.cs Banders and Crisp.
Three-base hit: WtUlama Stolen bases:
Wll lams, Sullivan. Struck out: -By
North 14! Itv Kuni4rtt S i . w 1 1 .
klVf Noith. 4: off Banders. S. H.t bv
r itched ball: Gillham. bacrlfloe bit Mur
ray. Time: 1:6
DAISY TODD FOOTS FAST
MILE AT KEARNEY RACES
KEARNKT, Neb., Bept 2 (Special
Tslegram.) Fast time made by Daisy
Todd, which trotted a third heat In 2:20H)
a collision between Daisy Todd and Lord
A rend ale. which resulted In the elimina
tion of the latter horse, and the victory
of California 11. in the 2:11 pace were the
feature eventa of the second day's meet
ing here. The results were as followsi
Trotting, 2:18 class, puree S3u0:
California B TZ.. 1111
Joe Vincent t S 1 2
Jar l-anlc ((SI
iMiiy iveo ........ 4
Tune. 2:lj. 2:14. 2:174. lit
Paoina-. 2:'A claaa. buna XK.c
Western Flyer 2 1(41
Nancy V. C S 4 1 S 1
Miaa Clark ., 4 t S t S
Alice R 1 t i 1 4
Nancv H. also ran. Time, l:2V.. ;17.
S:". 2:18s, 2:. '
Trottlns, three-year-olds and Under,
Isly Todd.. 14 1
Ladv South 2 12
Lord Archdale. 8 S
Bon Bon 4
Time. 2.24'i, S:Brt, 2 J4.
lUlf-nilie tlaah: 7'eddv Bear, won: In
dlnuola, second; 1-eonia, third. Myrtle R.
and Boxy Boy also ran. Tune,
Heautts at Trraauak,
TBCUMSEH. Neb.. Sept tS (Special
Telegram.) Results of the first day's
racing at the Ksjtsas-Nebraska circuit
here today. Summery!
Trottlnr. I:?2 class, purse 1300: Toploa,
firat; Drift Alleitoo. second; Bertie Bar,
third. Time. 2,:0.
Pacing, l 17 class, purse MB: Mollis
Brtn-r. first: Palmeraon, second; Mar
gl Klmore third nine, X II.
Five-eighths mile, for country hone,
pui-Ho i0: (Jiipfii, first: Vli-toria, seoondi
1'arliug, third; Maud, fourth. Time, 1:1a.
Offerings of Trio of Baltimore
Hurler. Slugged Bight and Left
by So arm Terriers.
GAME AST) HALF FROM LEADERS
ST. LOUIS. Sent 22. The offer! ns-a of
three vialtlnir eltchera. Jnhnaon. Ynunr
and Black, were slugged right and left
by Bt, Louis and the locals defeated
Baltimore, 10 to 2, closing a series In
which they took four out of five games
from the outsiders. Today's victory put
St Louts within a game and a half of
the leader In the pennant race.
Boor R. H. E.
Baltimore .0 010001001 7 5
St Lou In 0 2 0 S 0 0 6 0 10 14 1
Batteries: R. Johnson, oYung, Black
and Owens; Plank. Wlllett and Hartley.
Tops Blank K, O.
KANSAS CITY, Sept 23. By safe field
ing and a batting rally the Brook lyns
shut out Kansas City. 8 to 0, In their
final WttmA An Ih. tw I n..nA- V. I -a
son. Adams pitched, we except In . the
Saore: . n ti tn
Brooklyn 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0-8 8 0
Kansas City 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 7 1
Batteries: Marion and Land; Adams,
Johnson and Brown.
CHICAGO, Bept 23.-Chlcago and New.
ark spilt a double header here today,
Brown's pitching giving Chlcsgo a 2
to 1 victory in the first contest and
Beaton winning for the visitors In the
second by the same score.
Score, first game: R. H. E.
Newark 0 0010000 01 6 0
Chicago 0 2000000 2 8 2
tMr MoutAty and Rariden; Brown
Score, second garnet Yt H. E.
Newark isaaaaia a q t ,
........ ....... w vw vw A v v 0 , A
Ohlcago 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 01 0
IitriB"! Btnn and Huhn; McCxmnell
and Fischer. Wilson.
Bines Beat Pirates.
PrriflTl TT t O t T aAn, . t.., 1 ,
... : , OTK, -MjiKnig eeauy
defeetnd Pittsburgh today, 6 to 2. owing
to the good pitching of BchuJts.
Score: , R. H. E
Buffalo A 01 2 01 10 06 T i
lttsburgh 0 0001010 08 7 1
BaittArlM' C-V. ,,1 - - .4 All., ir .
Cotnstock and Berry,
little Rock, 1; Altanta, 3.
Chattanooga. 0; New Orleans, S.
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The Bee by George McManus
Want Alexander to
Open for the Phils
CHICAGO, Sept. 25.-Every mall Is
bringing "Pat" Moran, manager of the
Phllly Nationals, scores of letters urging
him to pitch G rover Alexander, the big
right-hander, in the first game of the
world's series In which, the writers are
convinced, the Philadelphia club will be
one of the contending teams.
The Philadelphia club was leading the
National league race by five and one-half
games when the series with Chicago was
started today. Even with such a big lead,
and the close of the season only a few
"There's no doubt about it"
Cbe mcKibbiti pat
"Standard of Bat Valued
Sold by Rtfffirntativt Dealers
it from all other
trwea its delextable flavor to both Science and
Nature, Perfect grains, the gift of sun and
soil and quickening rain, axe the raw materials;
and these are transformed by Lemp brewings
the result of 75 ears experience, into the
riding, gold-hued beverage which never
ppcints the most discriminating taste.
Beer is a fa, Brest aad beer era an ads of the
saaae auatorlai; eereaat, yeas and aer. Bread
la solid; beer is liquid both are hihly aooriahlDg.
pbyatclaas ftmK-rtb beer fte ftroduce Slierc J,
build kasue aod Mraagtaaa aerr as.
1 CM fi Tlie Lessa Brwwwr U tKa Olieat la America with a
104U NatieaalPatraMs T 6 years' Brewing Expert ce
days away, Moran refuses to admit the
flag belong to hi club.
Orval Overall, who Is in business In Los
Angeles, Cal., wrote Moran, his old bat
tery mate, a letter of congratulation and
urged him to pitch Alexander in the
opening game of the series. Another let
ter, from Fitchburg, Mass., Moran's
home, contained the following appeal.
"Pat, please pitch Aleck in the first
game against Boston."
Bee Want Ads Produce Results.
Walte Plare Gets Herler.
BELLA IRE, O.. Sept 23. William Ken
nedy, formerly pitcher for the New York
Brooklyn and Pittsburgh National league
teams, died at his home here today of
tuberculosis. He was fa) years old.
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