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THE 11KK: OMAHA, MONDAY. nCTor.KU 4. 1!15.
Mr. Jack Loses Some of His Vanity. He Was Really Deceived
Copyright, mi International
By J. S winner tori
A WOMANfS VOICE.
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St. Louis Hurler Wins for Chicago!
by a Score of Seven to
SALLEE CHASED OFF MOUNT)
CHICAGO. Oct. 3. Vaimhn pitched
Chicago to a 7 to victory over St. Louis.
Xallee wan knocked out or the box In
the second Inning when two errors, a iojs
and three hits yielded four runs. Meadows
was hit for three runs in the same in
CMC Alio. ST. LOl'TP.
All H.O.A.K. AH H.O A i:.
Central High Gridiron Warriors
Capture First Foot Ball Game
of the. Year.
MOREARTY MAKES LONG RUN
THE FEDERAL FLAG
Chicago Defeats Rebels in Second
Game After Losing the
Standing of Teams
ENDS A MIGHTY CLOSE RACE
Omaha High defeated Council Blnffs
High by the score of 14 to 0 Saturday In
j the first foot bell game of the year.
Touchdowns were made by "Chuck"
CHICAGO. Oct. 3 In the closest big
league race ever staged, Chicago nosed
out Pittsburgh In the second game of a
double-header, after having; dropped the
Murray, rf.. 3
Ktuhffr, . . 4 1 4
Sclittlte. If.. 4
.Irorman. 3b I
0 lsmlih. if... 4 0 2 0
5 IIMbin. If... 4 10 1
110 uMillor. Kb... 8 117
2 11 ci,,nn. rf 4 2 z
lb 4 1 11 0 01 initiates. 10 4 0 11 0
William. cC 4 1 10 Cill-tirl, 3b. .. 4 0.21
I'halan, 2b.. 2 0 2 2 OSnyder, G.
llrtantihan. c 2
Vaughn, p.. 2
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1 otlornaby. a. I I 2
1 u.-UIImi. p.... 0 0 0 0
Meadows, p. 3 1 0 0 0
.29 3 37 IS 2
Total! ....32 24 IS 2
. ..0 0 O 0 2 0 0 0 t-'l
Chicago 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 -7
1 wo-bne hits' Zimmerman, Hornsby.
Long. Stolen bases:
Karned runs: Ohl 'ago,
St. l.ouiH. 0. Double plays: Miller to
llornb.v to Olonxalen; Fisher to Saler.
Klrnt base on eirors: Chicago, 1; St.
Ixiiils. 1. Buses on balls: Off Sallee. 1:
erf Meadows, 1; off Vaughn, 2. Hits:
Iff Sallce, 3 in one and one-third Innings;
off Meadows, 5 In six and tv.o-third in
nings. Struck out. By Vaughn, 5; by
Meadows, 4. Umpires: Byron and Orth.
Pirates AVhin KrUa.
CINCINNATI. Oct. l-HeriOK's error
and Adams' pitching were responsible
for Pittsburgh s victory, 6 to 3. Score:
AH H O A E AB.H.O.A.K.
Orr. If.... 4 3 2 0 OKilllfer rf. 4 1 4 0 9
Johnston, lb 4 2 2 ooroh. 3b 4 1 3 4 0
Uamer. cf... 1110 OHeall. If 3 0 2 .0
lllni'hnin. rf S I 2 0 OClrlfflth, rf.. 2 1 0 1 0
H.Wiinr. a 4 2 S 3 OHerma;, ... 2 114 3
1J W'arnir. 2b. 4 2 1 1 0
0 IMollwlta. lb 3 1 11 to
fllbann. c. . . 4 0 3 3 (Wlnitn. o ... 4.41
Kantlhnr. pi 0 1 oschnc-lder, p 2 0 0 2 1
vclama, p... I 0 -i ODnire ... 0 0 0 0
Totsla .i..3l 10 27 11 1 Totals ....SI T 27 13 "7
Batted for Schneider In ninth.
Pittsburgh 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 1 5
Cincinnati 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 03
Two-base hits: J. Wagner. Carey, II.
Wagner. Stolen base: Groh. Karned
runs: Pittsburgh, 2; Cincinnati, 3.
, Double ply: II. Wagner to Johnston.
First base on errors: Pittsburgh, 3.
BaBes on balls: Off Kantlehner, 4; off
Adams. 2; off Schneider. 2. Hits: Off
Kantlehner, 5 In three innings, none out
In fourth: off Adams, 2 in six Innings.
Struc kout: By Kantlehner, 3; by Ad
ams, 4: by Schneider, 2. Umpires: Qulg
ley and Kason.
Morearty and Weirlch, the two speedy first, and won the pennant.
half backs of the Central High eleven. Darkness held off just long enough t
At the beginning of the second uuarter. . Ive Chicago the title lor three runs in
with the hsll on Omaha's thirty-yard ; the sixth inning of the second game.
I mark, Morearty received a long forward The scores were:
! pass from Weliich and daubed fifty yards 1 Pittsburgh. 6-0: Chicago. 4-3. The first
j through a broken field befor he wa, . Tr'l"" ."!L-"i?S
downed on Council Bluffs' ten-yawl line, the seventh.
Iteha 'Win In KlevetHh.
In the first game Chicago was leading
by three runs up to the ninth Inning,
when with two out the visitors shoved
three tallies across, tietng the score.
Pittsburgh won In the eleventh with an
In the second game drakness began to
settle over the field in the fourth Inning.
Vlox. 2b.... 0l
Ralrd. 3I.... 31
Short of Material
From present Indications Coach Tommy
Mills will have a good deal more trouble
than a simple task In building up -n
'trong Creighton varsity team. The show
to date has been rather discouraging, In
Mills' opinion. . ,
Candidates for the varsity scarcely
numbered twenty-five, and of this num
ber several of the most promising men
were obliged to turn in their suits, some
on account of injuries, and others for
various reasons. The remaining players
are, without exception, hard workers, but
the general lack of material will b. a
serious handicap for Mills to overcome.
While the backfield la causing no worry,
the line Is far from promising and will
lequlre considerable strengthening. Platz,
Wise and Brennan are at present the only
veterans doing regular work, and they
will practically constitute the nucleus of
this year's team. Platz is the star the
backfield, being exceptionally clever In
carrying the ball through a broken field.
Flunnlgan and Hassett are likewise
knowing up well as halves, while Wise
will probably be seen at his old position
of fullback. At quarterback Hale and
Nlgro have been working, with O'Connor,
last year's high school pilot, Joining the
ranks last week. Center will be well
cared for by Eurford and Kamanskl, both
of whom are experienced and capable.
Warren, Morgan and Stewart appear
likely men for guards. Green, also a
Kuard, was obliged to give up foot ball.
Ksid Positions Filled.
The end positions presented no diffi
culty, with Brennan and Arehart back,
but the latter suddenly quit the Squad,
leaving a bad hole to fill. Arehart was
well up In his studies, and his departure
was somewhat of a surprise. Cunning
ham, Lutes and Klepser have been work
ing at end lately, and It looks as though
tne former will have the call. He la fast,
stocky and a good tackier. Lutes Is mora
promising as fullback, whereas Klepser
lavora tackle or halfback. Th. tackles'
will be Coach Mills' chief worry. Murpny,
a big man, was out for a time, bu,t found
it necessary to give up the game. If
Shannon returns to school, as the report
goes, the difficulty will be relieved to
some extent, at least. A likely man for
the other tackle Is Armstrong, formerly
at th. University of Oklahoma, who
lolned the squad Friday.
Mills has been giving particular atten
tion to th. backfield and th. ends, while
Assistant Coach Howard la drilling th.
A captain will probably be elected this
week and will be one of three men
Shannon, Plats and Wise.
"Chuck" then covered the remaining ten
yards by a dash around right end.
During the last three minutes of play
Omaha advanced the ball to th. four
yard mark and Welrlth took the ball
over by a dash around right end.
At the start of the game Brewlck
kicked off to Fullaway, who was downed: WI'H Knetxer and Bailey were both go
on the twpntv.v.rrt iim. om.h. .. , in grand form, neither sido having
been able to scoro. Then In the sixth
on me iweniy-yara line. Omaha was
penalised, fifteen yards and Fullaway,
with the ball on Omaha's five-yard line. ! f Iced to second by Kalley
iDoolan started with
single and was
punted out of danger. Iowry, the sturdy
little captain of the Bluffs eleven, re
ceived the punt and was downed la his
tracks. On the third down Landon,
right half back on the Bluffs team on a
forward pass, ran ten yards before ho
w-as downed. Council Bluffs advanced
the ball to Omaha's one-yard line, but
lost the ball on downs.
Omaha I. Penalised.
Fullaway punted forty yards to Mo-
Gee, who returned the ball ten yards.
Lowry, of the Bluffs, fumbled
ball while making an end run and
Paynter, right tackle for Omaha, re
covered. Omaha was penalised twice for
holding and attempted to punt out of
bajies and Doolan scored.
Zwllllng followed with a double, scor
ing Flack, ami Wilson singled, Zwllltng
stopping at third. Zwilling scored on
Home Crowd Attends.
The crowd was variously estimated at
2.-..000 to 2S.OiiO.
Score, first game: rt.H.E.
Pittsburgh 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 5 11 2
Chicago 0 0 1 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0- 4 12 1
Batteries. Hogge Knetxer and Berry;
Mct'onnell, Prendergast and "Wilson.
Score, second game: K.H.E.
Pittsburgh 0 0 0 0 0 0 00. 2 0
the Chicago 0 00003 37 1
Bailey and Wilson.
Newark and Tents Rpllt.
NEWARK. N. J.. Oct. 3 Newark
Hot, cro n-A ,U. - 1. i, !' BWM.ti.iwy 1..V.U
.. " . u.t. Vina.. i nner, mi cw aouuie-neacier with Ha tlmore. rmteon
the ball over Fullaway's head. Fullaway n"8 of' Newark pitcher, explains why
was rlnwn.l frr s titter. a rru-' ",e Invaders won the first game, while
was downed for a fifteen-yard loss. The;,,, tn 8e,on(1 contet, Kd iullwch held
fi-.wu ci.uuu wiui me oau in umana s ine nam mores to three hits and struck
possession on its own fifteen-yard line. out twelve men. Score, iirst game:
Council Bluffs started out the second
quarter with a rush and advanced the
ball to Omaha's twenty-yard line, where
they were held. Brewlck of the Bluffs
eleven attempted a drop kick, but failed.
Omaha took the ball on the twenty-yard
line and advanced ten yards. Then More
arty received a pass from Weirlch and,
by a brilliant run, advanced to the ten
yard line. Morearty took the ball over
on the next down by a dash around right
end. Fullaway kicked goal.
Drop Kick Falls.
At the ntart of the third quarter Coun
cil Bluffs advanced to Omaha's thirty
yard line on a series of forward pass
plays. A drop kick was then attempted,
but failed. It was Omaha's ball on the
twenty-yard line. On the first down
Omaha was penalised ten yards for hold
ing. Neville then made forty yards
around right end. With the ball on the
thirty-yard line, Fullaway fumbled and
the ball went to Council Bluffs. The
Blufs punted and Morearty returned ten
yards. On a fake play Neville made ten
R. H E.
Baltimore ....0 2 1 4 2 C 0 0 0 16 1
Newark 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 3 06 8 6
' Batteries: Black, ijuiun and Bussell;
Whltehoiise, Kalserllng, Morten, Billiard
and liarlden, Huhn. Score, second game:
Baltimore ....0 0000000 00 3 3
Newark 1 1 O 0 0 a 2 0 8 1
Batteries: Young and Owens; Rem
barh and Huhn.
Terrier. Defeat K. V.
BT. TiOUlS. Oct. 3.-St. Ixuis won sec
ond place In the Federal loague race by
defeating Kansas City, 0 to 2. Plank,
who. replaced Crandall In the third In
ning alter the visitors hud made two
runs, pitched shutout ball. Score:
Kansas City..O 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 02 t) 0
tst. Louis 0 4 1 0 0 -O1 S t 0
Rattenes: ellnnlng and Brown; Cran
dall,. 'lank and Chapman.
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TIGERS TAKE FINAL
FROM THE INDIANS
Detroit Captures One Hundredth
Game This Season and Cobb
HIS TOTAL OF THEFTS IS 97
Dirritorr. Mich.. Oct. 3. Detroit In lis
InHt game of the season defeated Cleve
land, 6 to .", and established an American
league record. The Tigers wons HO
games this year, somMhlng no club In
the league which finished In second place
had previously accomplished. Cobb also
set a base mealing record. Ills theft of
second In the second Inning gave him an
unofficial total of ninety-seven stolen
I a. hi s. Score:
I All H O A K
I Wills. If ... 4 3 1 0 OM.rab
The world's series will be played In
yards throusrh center. A fnrwnrH naa I Omaha Th Actual ).!..) nf
Weirlch to Smith, who had taken the will not be here, but little electric bulbs
place of Nichols at end, netted ten yards. on an electric board will flash the move
With the ball on the four-yard line, every player makes In the great series.
Weirlch circled right end for the second The board is the Invention of Charley
touchdown, Fullaway kicked goal, and Franke, manager of the Auditorium, and
the board will be on the stage of the
Arrangements have been made with the
tn. game was over.
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R.a'.'.!'.'.'.!'.'.!"Neliner ' te,efrraph roinl,4nr tl,Bt eB h U "'id
Morrison ! strlKe, each hit and error, each putout,
Peterson j In fact, every move made by the contest
...Sears' lhK P'oV"- will be Immediately 'tele
!"MfOei graphed to an operator at the Itoard and
Substitutes: Omaha. Smith for New
ton; Council Bluffs, Joseph for Peterson
l'oston for Sears, Star for Tlnley." Ma
honey for Sears, Ouren for Poston.
Referee: It. L. Cams, Dartmouth. Um
pire: C. Caldwell. Marquette. Head
linesman: K. H. Harris. Young Men's
Christian association. Time of quarters:
OKLAHOMA AGGIES LOSE
TO MISSOURI ELEVEN
COLUMBIA, Mo., Oct. 2.-Untversity of
Missouri defeated the Oklahoma Agricul
tural and Mechanical college In the open
ing of th. foot ball season today, 13 to
I 1. The Oklahoma team made a touch
; down In the first quarter when Scott
plunged across th. goal line. Weaver
I missed goal.
Missouri made Its first touchdown In
the second quarter when Arthur Klein,
the diminutive quarterback, passed th.
ball to Speelmah. who carried It across
the line. Clay missed goal.
In the last period Missouri made a
smashing attack through the Oklahoma
line and Mackinaw plunged through for
a touchdown. Clay kicked goal.
a second later the electrlo lamps will
The aeries will start Friday at Philadelphia.
For a Sstralard Aaxlr.
If you will gtt a bottle of Chamber
Iain's Liniment and observe the direction
given therewith faithfully, you will re
cover in much less time than la usually
required. Obtainable everywhere. All
Despondency Dn wi Indlaratlon.
"About three month, ago when I was
suffering from Indigestion which caused
headache and diziy spell, and mad. mm
feci tired and despondent, I bagan taking
Chamberlain's Tablets," write. Mrs. Oeo.
Hon, Macedon, N. V. "This medicine
proved to bo (he very thing I r.eeded, as
on. day' treatment relieved m. greatly.
I used two bottles of Chamberlain's Tab.
J icta and they rid me of this trouble. Ob
jtalnaHe everywhere. All drugglnta. Ad-
Cy Forsythe Turns
Scout and Uncovers
Real Pitching Find
"I'm no scout, but I know a pitcher
when I bat against him."
Those are the line Cyrus Forsythe, the
well known Tango Kid, scribbled to Pa
Rourke recommending a hurler named
Brown, who has been laborln. for the
Pender, Neb., semi-pro club. Forsythe
found Mr. Brown's slants of a more or
less baffling nature and h. decided that
any twlrler who could, keep him from
knocking them out of the lot is good
enough, for the Rourke.
Clink Claire has also seen young Mr.
Brown work and he Informed Rurke
that he was a promising chap. As a re
sult Rourke sent Clink out to Pender
yesterday with a contract to flash before
Brown's eyes and Induce him to turn
filve Bash Aato.
Detroit fans, admirers of Ownle Bush,
Tiger shortstop, have begun a movement
to present th. Indianapolis boy with an
Baker (ioea I p .
The New York Olanta. which drew the
claim on the Little llmk club, chose
Howard Baker, signed him to a contrac t
and ordered him to report at once.
Coaa-hed for Three Years. .
A 'grateful sufferer writes: "Your medi
cine. Dr. King's New Di.arovery, cured
mr oough of three year standing."
All oruggiata Adverthatmcnt,
BOB GARDNER AND
National Amateur Golf Champ Will
Be Here Wednesday and Thurs
day and Evans Saturday.
0UIMET MAY COME WITH CHICK
This will be a big week for Omaha golf
enthusiasts. Robert Gardner of Hinsdale.
111., national amateur champion, and
Chick fcvsns, the Qrover Cleveland Alex- I
andep of the golf world, will both piny
In Omaha and there la a chance that
Francis Oulmet may also bf here.
Gardner comes to Omaha Wednesday
and Thursday as the guest of Ksrl
Bock. Evans comes Suturday and will
be the guoet of Oeorge lirandeis.
Wednesday morning at the Field club
a foursome with Gardner, Sam Reynolds, j
Karl bock ana JacK ungues win ce
played. In the afternoon at the Country
club Gardner, Borlt. Reynolds, Ralph
Peters and W. J. Foye will play.
Evans will play at th. Field club. He
will play with Reynold. Hughes and
An effort will be made to get Gardner
to stay over until Evans comes so that
the two Chicago cracks can play a match
for Omaha golf bugs to watch. BUI
Clark, field clJb professional, recently
played with Evans at Waterloo and It
wa there that he arranged for Evans
to come to Omaha. Clark also asked
Evans to bring Oulmet with him, as
Evans and Oulmet played together at
Boston yesterday, and Evans promised to
do hi best. If Oulmet comes west he
will be the guest of M. C. I'eters.
Evan will b. the honor guest at the
oicnlng of the new sporting goods de
partment In the Brandcls stores. This
department, of which Don C. McCown
will have charge, will be opened the
morning Chick arrives here.
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Halted tnr Klepfer In the ehjhth.
Hatted for Coveleskle In the sixth.
Cleveland 0 0 0 1 2 1 o 1 0-5
Detroit 1 3 1 0 0 0 0 1
Three-hsi hit: Smith. Stolen bases:
Rush, Cobb. O'Ncll. Earned runs. Cleve
land 4: Detroit, 2. Double plays: Turner
to Chapmsn to Klrke; Cobb to Bush to
McKee. Bast's on balls: Off Klepfer, 1;
off Coveleskle, 3. Base on errors: De
troit, 1. nits: Off Covelpsl:ie, 10 in six
Innings; off James. 2 In two Innltma; off
Dtibtic, none In one Inning; off Klepfer,
It In seven innings; off Jones. 2 In one
Inning. Struck out: Bv Klepfer, 2: by
Coveleskle, 4: by James, 1. Umpires:
Wallnce ad Evans.
White Mo Make Sweep.
CHICAGO, Oct. 3. Chicago made a
olenti sweep of th. series with St. Louis,
when they wxn the final game of Uio sea
son, 6 to 2. The score:
KT. I.OtiH. CHICAOO.
AH H O A R All K O A K.
Hhniton. If.. I 3 3 0 OMurphr. if.. 4 3 0 0
How. td. lb.. 4 1 10 3 iiWaavxr. a. . 3 1 3 ( a
Hlnlrr. rf.... 4 1 1 0 IK C, Ulna. 3b 3 1 Its
I'ratl. 2b ... 4 0 1 2 OKvlnrh. of... 3 2 0 0
Vi'aikor, rf.. 4 11 OJaikaoa. If. 3 0 I 0
Gitalin. s . 4 I 1 t Collins, h I I U I 1
Lavsn is... 331 tlltaokbrn. lit t 1 13
Aatt'w. r 4 13 1 PMikrar. l ... 3 13 3 0
Hamilton, p 1 I 0 3 f.'altr, p.... i 0 0 J
tfctTMYld .. I 0 tl Alltiiawll, p.. 0 4)
T.nala ... M I 14 tl I Toiala . . . .34 T St IT 1
Batted lor liamll ion in the ninth.
jRt. Louis 0 o 0 0 0 3 0 i
I :irago "1 I it 1 3
Two-nnse hits: stttier, Mammon. Three
base hit: Majer. Home runs: J. Collins,
Felseh St, ilon baes. Weaver, E. Collins,
Walker. Esrned runs: Ct.o. R: St.
Louis 2. Double play: Honsnl I una re
sisted). First base on errors: Chlcngn, ;
St. Louis. 1. Bases on ba'ls: Oft Hamil
ton. 3; off Fsber. 1. Hits: Off Faber.
In seven and one-thlid Innings; off Itt's-
s)ll. o in one slid two-third limit. s.
Struck out: By Hamilton, 3: by Kaber,
4. Umpires: Chill and Connolly.
Creighton High Wins
From Deaf Players
Creighton High school proved too much
for the Nebraska Deaf Institute fester
day afternoon, winning by th. score of
43 to 0. The more beefy high school lads
repeatedly punctured the Institute line
end skirted Its ends for big gains, while
the deaf players wer. unable to make a
single first down. Forward passes wer
Intercepted several times by Creighton
players for touchdowns.
Creighton scored twenly points In. the
first quarter, added another touchdown
In the settond, a further on. In the third
and finished with two more In the last
period. Hennessy, Adams, Morton, Phtw
end Daugherty were the best ground
gainers for the hilltop aggregation,
Coach Howard sent his entire s.Uad in
during the game, giving each man a
chance to play. Lineup:
S. McCarthy. ...L.T.
Kd McCarthy. ,UG
Smyth It- rv
B. lford L.H B.
Adam F H
RE A. Cox
R.T Ijso Grimm
C J. Johnson
f).T B. NeeloJoV
F.M cooper (c)
GIYEN TWO DATES
American Automobile Association
Grants Tentative Sanctions. for
July 18 and Octobsr 7. .
M 'SHANE PASSES UP JULY 4
Substitutes: Murnhr for Ed MoCar.
thy. Bobertus for Smyth, Welsh for
Jaugherty. Itussell for Morton, llannon
for McDonald. Cpgan for Robertus, Kelly
for Welsh, Crawford for Helford, Reseller
for Russell, Casey for McDonstd, Buck
ley. Touchdowns: Kd McCarthy 12),
Morton (1). Difugherly, Belford. Referee:
Brennan. Tim. of quarters: 10 minutes.
- The Omaha Auto Speedway has been
granted two tentative sanctions for 19l
by the American Automobile association.
The tentative dates are July IS and Octo
F. J. McShane. director of contests of
the Omaha Speedway, went to New York
to attend a meeting of the Speedway
Association of America and the American
Automobile association. He went with
the purpose of obtaining a sanction for
July 4. But Sioux City put in a' claim
for this date, declaring that It held a race
on that dal. two years ago and "was en
titled to preference. . Minneapolis also
wanted th. holiday.
Fearing that the result would be that
everybody would be given July 4, as oc
curred this year, and that all .of th i
speedways would therefore suffer be
cause It would be Impossible for all to
sign the best drivers. McShane stepped
aside. As a retn.t he was given Jiily 15,
which will allow the drivers to appear lit
Omaha a full week before the data of
th. race. Then the public will kooV Just
who will race here and who will not.
In addition Dm Moines was gi anted a
tentative sanction for Jun. 28. Thus If
any cars should break down In the Des
Moines classic their driver would hardly
have time enough to repair them so that
they could be raced on Independence day.
Btoux City and Minneapolis are likely to
experience very much th. same troubles
Omaha did this year.
But Omaha headway offUiula are
mora pleased at th. obtaining of the
October V sanction. This data Is during
the midst of Ak-Sar-Brn festivities and
with Ak-Sar-Ben and a big auto derby
scheduled at the same time thousands of
people will undoubtedly flock Into Omaha
for the dual attraction.
B. TAPPAN IS HIGH
GUN AT STAPLET0N
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STAPLETON, Neb., Oct. 3.-(Spc elal.)-
The results of the two-day blue rock I
shoot out of 2iK were:
Den 1..2I Hells 1M
Tappan lull Ptarkey 1S4
Gross ik.; B. . Tappan.
Drake Mil Carter
Knox H?l Wllley
Van Calt 1;
Second day out of ?'0 rocks:
Rebhousen l!iti Van Calt ..
C. Tappan Ta.it Hells
Gross Starkey ...
Drake l'rt! B. Tappan..
Kn.ix I'M' Carter
Big gun for two days goes to C. Tappan I
of the local club who broke 147 straight.
PATIENCE, JUDGE LANDIS
REPORTS IN DECEMBER
CHICAGO, Oct. 3. -The dec Islon of
Federal Judge K. M. Lnndls in the suit
of the Federal league axainst organized
base ball will bo delayed at least until
December, It Is said, through the filing
today of a stipulation in the United
States district court by attorneys rep
resenting the National league club of
Philadelphia against the Federal 1 gue I
base ball club of I'h'.cugo, and Charles
Weeghcnan. l's president. The latter
suit Is subsidiary of the latter case in
volving the Federal It-Ague and the Na
tional Association, comprising the Na
tional Base Ball league, the American
Base ball league and a number of minor
Judge Indis has the case under ad
visement and was expected to give his
decUlon when he returns from his vaca
tion In about a month. Tho stipulation
provides for a continuance until Decem-
tier In order that pleadings may be filed.
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Feds (.rah atrhrr.
Charles Vetterlv. catcher of the P1t
cairn club of the Inter-County league,
naa Deen signed by tne nusDurgh Federal
Another Rookie for Maik.
Third Baseman Harrr Dannsu nt tta
I'ortsmotitn t luti. nas been anli.rnl ti r.
pori lo cjoi.nie Mark.
forty c-uuiidatea for th. Syracuse uni
versity foot lisll team reported fur the
lirsl workoul of this season.
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