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BRINGING UP FATHER
Copyright. UK. International Hews Service.
Drawn for The Bee.by George McMahus
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; IN TENTH INNING
Omaha and Topeka Go to Nine
Innings to One to Oae 't
. " Tie.
KEBZ IS HERO OF THE DAT
rTopetea, Kan. June 12. (SpeS!
Telegram.) Omaha and ''Topeka
taged their second extra inning game
in two days, the Rourkes winning in
the tenth, 2 to 1, after coming from
behind and-tying the score in the
eighth. .- , '
: Big Otto Men was the hero of the
combat. He won the game for Oma
ha with a mighty vthree-baie crash
in the first of the tenth, and then
aved the victory in the last half by
retiring Topeka runleas after the lo
cals had filled the bases with non
out - !
Men weakened after circling thr
.bases, and a single, a double and a
scratch single filled the bases before
a Savage had been retired.' Then
the veteran srot hts hook to workintr.
Chicago. -Tune 12. Otto Knabe at
last seems, fixed for the summer: He
has been signed by Joe Tinker to olay
fanning Snow and Cochran and forc-J second base ior the Cubs. Knabe
ing Angler to ground to Krug for an
easy tnira out. r
Today's game was a great pitching
exhibition between Hall and Bruc
Neither club threatened seriously un
til theX sixth, when Topeka scored
a run on singles by Agler -and
Schweitzer, with a stolen base. "r
With Hall pitching grand ball, this
looked like enough to win, but Man
ager Krug started things with a crash
ing single in the eighth. Smith
scored him with a two-base blow. In
this inning Marshall batted for Brack
and Men went into the box for
Men was the first batter to face
nan in tne tenin. wiin ine count
three and two, Hall tried to put over
the third strike. Men met the ball
squarely and drove it t i deep left cen
ter, reaching third with ease. He
scored on Smith's long fly.
When Topeka came to bat Men
appeared to be winded from his three
base run. Lattimore singled and
Trainer doubled. Monroe beat out
an infield hit, filling the bases. Then
Men fanned Snow and Cochran and
Agler grounded to Krug.
Raws' Errors Give
Links Runs and Game
St. Joseph,. Mo., June 12. Four
errors in the sixth gave Lincoln four
runs and the game, ihe score:
OTTO KNABE TO FLAY. SECOP
BASE FOB CUBS.
once starred with the Philadelphia
Nationals and last year was manager
of the Baltimore Federals. This year
he signed with the Pittsburgh Pirates
qui. was given nis unconditional re
tease' whet)' Jimmy Viox got back
.into :ihape. . ' ,.-... . 1 .. ..
, .Tinker-, declared." 'that Nhe had
watched- Knabe's playing this year
and that the veteran was certainly
entitled to a chance to show his
wares. "Knabe Is still there as a ma
jor leaguer and J expect hira:trbrevej
mat pretty conclusively, said 1 inner.
Knw. ib ....
Smith. It 4
Thompson, ef ......... 4 S t
K. Millar, in .. a s IS
Kroeiar, 0 .... 4 . S ' 0 , V
Porsytho, if 4 1 '
aiidoif. as 4 e e
UBars, Ib 41 1
antes,, p ,. S , W w
Mm, p I I I S
Marshall I S S O
Carlisle, H ...
Smith, so,. ...
Joanaea, o. ...
Lobar, rt. ...
H. Williams, lb.
More, lb. .
set, . ...
JLa, X. H. O. A. B.
.41 J I " S
, S 1 V I ' 1 ; S
, I S 1
.4 1 I S s i
i r J .it ;
a a & ib a a
.. S S 1 I
..IIS i s
Totals It 4 S IT 14
AH. R. H.
a., ar. .... 4.1 4
O. Wllllama. lb. ... . I
Fuener, lb. I
BlocK, e. ,
Klrkham, If. ........ I
Butler, aa. ........ I
Sullivan, rf. I
KaaUns. lb. ........ I
J. Wllllama, a, ......
Ralmar. at 1
8ommara. p. S '
H. O. A."sV
4 I 4 4
s i a t
Can Otto Bat? y
AB. B. H. O. A.. B.
is e i s
e l s
Tatals SI S II I
I AB. B. H. O. A. B.
Oaakna, is .; I I 1 S 4 S
Asm, u ........... sis li i a
QaaSwIat Sb 10 1 111
SahwaHaar,. M SSI S S 4
Krnsar. at ; 4 4 S I 4 S
Laltlatara. lb 4 4 1 ' S S S
Tralnar, H 4 e I S S S
Moaraa, a .,....... 4 SI S 4 0
nan. a .............. i see so
..' 1 9
0 I ., 4
; ? I '
ToUls i...-..ll " f IT -11 4
BattaS far Xaatlns hi atsbth. . ..
Battad tar J. Wllllama la alihth.-'
it. Baaapb ....4 1. 4 0 4 0 I 14
Uasoln ...... ..S .4 S 4 4 4 4 4 44
Strur out: Br J. Wllllama, t; Vr Bommara.
I: br Eaat, li bj Orftforr, 1. Baaa on balla:
Oft Wllllama. I: art Baat, I; eft Oraitory, 1.
Hltal OH Wllllama, I la alsht tnnlnta; off
Bammara, nana la ana Inning: off East. 4
in alsbt lanlnsa; aff Orasory, 1 In ona In-,
nlns. Bit br sltchoS ball: Block, etolan
baaaa: KaaUns, Lobar, gaorlfloa hlta : H.
Wllllama. Bmltb, Fuanar. Two-baaa hlta':
Sullivan, Poubla ptayi Hanehmaa, unaaaltad.
Laft on baato: St. Joaaph. I: Lincoln,. .
Karnao runa: Bt Joaaph. I; Lincoln, nana.
Tlmai 1:14. Umptrai; Byaa and Kana. .
..ss t a se u i
, Brhwattsar ant aaatlns thtrA strtko foaL
Battad for Braoh la Mshttl.
llatUHl far Hall la tooth, s
Omaha ,.,, .4 S 4 S 1 S 14
loaaaa ,...e sessises o 1
TKraa baia altt Man. Two-baaa hltai
Oaodwla. Smith. Tralnar. itokn baaaa l For
aytoa. Hllduff. Aalar. iohwaltaaa. Donbla
Elaral Burs So Kaut So Millar Burs to
llllari Aalar la GBanraa ta Aflar. Saerl.
floa nyi Smith. Straok out: By Brook, 4
by Mara, S by Hall, 4. Baaaa aa balUi Oft
Brack. 1 1 oft. Mara, ll oft Boll, 1. Hltal
Off Brook, I la ocvea Imatngt. t'mplroai An-
aonoa aas roatiaa.
Boosters Take One
, From Wichita Team
Wichita. Kan.. Tune 13. Timely hit-
ling coupled with, errors gave Dei
oioines louay s game, o 10 i. score;
Aa. r. h. . a. a.
4 4 1 lit
rot, rf i ...... .
H.tllns, kl ...
orttton, in ....
Abataln, lb ...
Lltaohl. a ....
Kappa, o ......
A tSt Paal: K. H. B.
Uralavllto ......4 l- Hill I I 1
Bu Paul I I I I t I 4 0 41 I I
Battarlaa Pardua and LaLonsa; . Orlnar,
At Hlnnaapotla: H. H. B.
Indlanopolla ...I1ISIISI 111 11 1
Mlaaaapolla ....I 1 I t I 4 1 T 4
Battarlaa Bosta and fehans; Hoppar.
Hnsol, Tyra and Owana. , . - .
At Kaaaw City: B. H. BV
Tolado I t I I S I I 4 4 II
Kaaau City 4 4 S t S 4 1 4 l II ' 1
Battarlaa Main, Xalaarllns .and Bwaanay,
pavof c; Crutch or and Barry. '
Ona or two IW. cinfa Maw Ufa Pitta at
night laanraa a fraa and aaar novamant of
tha bowola. I to. All ararslots. Adv.
Champ dark CrHleal. '
Vraahlnsioa. Juna II. epoakar Champ
Clark laauad a atatamant today aiitlclatns
. fun rapubjleano for aalaotlns a luatlco of tha
a vum court aa a candidate for Uta praal
a tv. and tha'prosraialvaa fovnomlnatlns
t nal kaoaavalt "la violation at the two.
t-avraie." . .
. i 1 ii .T . "
AIDaa toss Moay ahlpa.
Berlin (Via Wireless UBayvtlle), Jane It.
A etatemeat front the Oaiman adrnlralty,
e d June I, says that la May flfty-aix
v at flylas the fits ef tha entente nations.
ii an etrrefata tonnase of 111.100, were
by Oeroua and. Austrtoa submarlnas
The weah of Australia is esiimat
r i t Cl.C'A'KlO.OOO, and the income
i : ....,iMJ,iA).
31 I S IT II
DEB MOINES. - . -
, . - . AB. R. H. O. A. B.
I I 4 .. I
I I S ' 0
I S I. t
0 1 0 0
1 I 10
4 4 1 0
Halm, rf ............ I
Mftoaa. It i I
Claire, lb ........... I - I .
Hunter, ef .......... i I .
Hartford. hV....V. 4. 3
Jonns, lb I 1
Ewoldt, Ib .......... 0
Kpthr. o 4 . 4
Gllllsan, P .......... I t
,.! ' ...11 A V 3T ta I
' 'Ratted for Davis In seventh.
DaaMolnat Ill 0 .4 I I 0 i
Wichita 4 0 I I 4 4 , 1 4 41
Sacrifice hit! Claire. Two-base hits! Hun.
tor. fox. Lttaehl, Itevts. Stolen baaaa: Ms
loan. Jones. Lltachl. Hits: Oft Davis. 4. In
aavan Innlnss; off westerwlck..l In two tn
nlnsa. Doubls . nlaya: . Haniora to t; aire
Brltton to Abataln (lis Brltton to Lltachl
to Abataln. Btruck. out: By Davis. It by
Wastarwtok, I; by Olllissn, I. Bases on
balls: otr uavia, a: on vnmsan, l. um
pire: Mullan. Time: l:t.
INDIANS WIN JHIRD
IN ROWOFF MACKS
Cleveland Captures Third Straight
From the Fhiladelpbit
Standing of Teams
Lowla.lt 4 0 1
noon i,io a a a
4 0 0
flhMtiac Kw York itat tiHihootliieT
sMnuiMM ptm at Hyrmimi V'wnt
state tnv-4iMt.av iwmrtmmtmt tvew mt
MtmtpUcri iiwmt Wi4m lMMlleaL trm
tbmUng tmmmmmnt ypm mt Omiht.
fiolf f;hmplinhli toriwiMnt f NtMtt
Ipivl Oelf MMM-tatlnn optu m Unltpori,
twelv twmH BmIu.
THREE TO 0NZ IS THE SCOBS
Cleveland. O.. June 1. Cleveland
made it three straight from Phila
delphia, winning 3 to 1." In the ninth
inning, Klepfer psssed the first two
batters, Mclnnis and Walsh, where
upon he wai replaced by Goveleskie
who struck out Oldring, Schsng and
Stelibauser in succession. : Cleveland
won in the first inninr when Howard
aouDlea wttn the bases tilled and two
AB.H.O.A.E An h n a n
Oranay.lf 10 10 OWIttsl 4 0 14 0
Turner.lb 1114 IPIck.lb 4 1110
Spo'far.cf 4 10 0 OBtrunk.ot 4 0 10 0
Smith rf 4 10 11 Lajolclh 4 1110
Oandll.lb 111 1 OMcl'la.lb I I I I I
Ho'ard.lh I I I I I Walsh.rf 11110
W'b's's.ss I I 0 I OOldrl'i.lf I I 1 II
O'Nolll.o 1111 OMeyar.c I I I I
Klepfsr.o I J I OBush.p 1114 0
Col'kU.p 0 0 0 0 OBhe'han.p 10 14 1
-Bcnans 1 a o s B
Totals. 14 I IT II l'Slllb'r I I I I I
'' Touts. iTTflll0
-nmiin out. nit By oattsa oau,
Bsttsd for Mayer In ninth.
Batted for Bheehaa In ninth.
Philadelphia ......... I I I I I'M
Cleveland , Illlllll I
Twa-haaa hlta: Howard. Smith. Pfek.
Btol4n baaa: Osndlt. Doubts plsya: Bush
to Mclnnis to Pick, Lajole to Witt to Mc
lnnis. Pick to Witt to Mclnnis.. Hits and
earned runa: Off Klanfer. I hits and 1' run
In elsht Innlnss: (none out In ninth); off
Coveleakla, no hlta, no runs in one Innlns:
olf Bush, 4 hits and I runs in five tnnlnsa;
off Bheahan, I hlta and no runa In three In-
nlnsa Btruck outl By Klapfar, 4; by Cove
leakle, I; by Buah, 1, Wild pitches: Bush, I.
Vmplras: .Connolly and Hlldabrano. .
Browas Whip Bad gei.
SL Louis. Juna 11. With tha icora tied
and two out la tha ninth, Austin doubled,
scortns Plank, and Bt. Louia took today's
asms from Boalon, 4 to I. Park had but
ona bad Innlns. tho seventh, when Hoblltaell
and Walker alnsled and Ruth, sent la to
bat for Janvrln, drove "the-. ball . Into .the
rlsht field bleachers for a home run,. Bcora:
BUBTUn. . r "A. .LUU1B.
. AB.H.O.A.E. . AB.H.O.A.B.
Hooper.rt 4 I S 0Shottaa.1t 4 I III
UcM'ly.lh I I I I lAuatlMh. 4. I- I I 0
v uuuier.rz ' i a s v v
I OBlalorJb I 1 10 0 1
0 Ofratuib 4 1110
1 OM raanacf 4 I I I I
J'nvrlnas 10 4 1 0Johton,aa 1114 1
'Huta 119 0 eunap an.e tills
Scou.ta ill! 0fa(k,p 11110
Thomaaa 1111 Ofuink.n i I I 1 0
Orasi.p I 1 I I 0
Totals. ii ii ii a
Totals.il 111 II 1
Two out whoa winning run scored.
Batted tor - Jaavrln la seventh.
Boston ..I tlllllOO I
SL Louis I I 11 I 0 I I I
Two-base hlta: Austin. Pratt O rears.
Home runt Ruth. Stolen basae: Johnson,
Perk, Millar. Double palys: McNally to
Janvrln to Hokllualli Park to Staler. Bsss
on calls: or uregs, I; Park. I. Hlta and
earned rune: on Uress, 11 hits,, 4 runs
m aunt and tws-tfciras Innnlss; os Park,
I hlta, I runs In ala and two-thirds Innlnsa:
oft Plank, no hlta, no runa la twa and one-
third Innlnsa Hit by Pltcheri By (Iran.
Austin. Struck outl sly Uress. 4l Park. 1.
umpires: uwena ana o Lout hi la.
Baaa Blanked Sena tare.
chicaao. Juna 11. Joe Bona held Weah-
tnstoa to tares bits today and Chieaso .won.
4 to s. acoroj .. v .
WASHINGTON. CHICAOO. ,
AB.U.U.AE. - AU.U.O.A C.
M'saajb I 1 I I OJClllns.rf till!
iuaaa.iD a a a a o waver in i o a a a
I'oater.lb 110 0 lalC HUMS 1111
UUan.cf 4 111 ONeas.in I 4 a 1 o
Ja'ason.rt I I I.I 0Jcona.lf 4 I I I I
onanss.u aval iraiscn.cx a s f u
Msnry.o I I I 1 0Whslk.o. I I I I I
McU'daM I I I I IT.rry.ta III!
UalMa.p 110 1 0kleni,P I I 1 I 0
anaw.p - I looo. " -
wiiuama i s a o o Totaia.io anil i
Batted tor Oallta la alihth. '
Washlnstoa .......... I I I I I I I 0 01
Chlcaso I 0 0 1 1 1 I I I
Bass hlti Terry. Stolen baaaa: Jack,
son, Hslsoh, Bcbalk.. Double plays: Morten
to McBrtde to Judte, Tarry to hi. Collins to
Ness: Hits and earned runa: Off Oallta, l
hits and I runa In aavon Innlnss; of Shew,
ao hlta and no runs In ona Inmns. struck
outt By Oallta. I; by Shaw, 1; by Bens, 4.
WUd pitch; Uallla. Umpires:. MaUln and
V Titers Defeat Mew Yarn. ,
Datrott Utah.. June 11. Flaldtna mlanlava
and . uncertain pltentns marked Detroit a
a to l vlotory over niv lora today. Tne
pltchara who started, Hamilton and Plaher,
were knocked out of the bos and three
.others were removed to allow pinch hit-
tars .to bat. Cobbs home run in the fourth
was tha feature, aeore: v
,, NEW TORK. DETROIT.
. AB.H.O.A.B. ' AB.M O.A.E.
Oll'ler rf 10 11 0 Buib.es 4 10 10
Maee,cf I 1 1 I CVItt.10 4 1110
U'aeon.lh 4 111 OOooccf I I 0 0 0
Baker.ao 4 111 IVeecn.lt I 0 111
Plpp.10 I 1 11 I IH l antf.rf 4 I I I I
P'kph.aa I I I I lburne.lt. I 111 1 I
Hliu.lt 10 11 OKount lb 4 1111
llunker.s 1111 0Blnae',c 4 14 4 1
risher.p 1111 UMallton.p Mill
Love.p I I I OUoland.p I I I I I
one' key. p I I I I 01)auss.p 1 0 0 0 1
Cullop.p I I 1 I lkaoa th I I 0 I 0
Uernell I I I I I
Caldwell 1 I I I I ' Totals. II 11 II II I
Touts. II II 14 II I
Batted for Love la alita.
Batted far Bolaad la auto.
Batted tor Bhawkey In seventh.
New York ............ Illlllll I I'
Detroit ............... Illlllll'
Two-baso hlu:1 Godson, Cobb, Three. beae
btu: Plpp, Buah. - Home run: Cobb. Double
plays: Hlsh to Packlnpaush, Vesch to Burns
to V Itt, Bush to Yount to Barna Bases on
nans: on rianar. i; oil lovo. i: otf (Jutloo.
1: off Hamilton. It oft Boland. I. Hits and
earned runs: Off Plaher, I hits and 4 runa
In tour Innlnss; off Leva na hlu and no runa
in one tnnina; ok saawaay. ao hlta and ao
runs In oae lanlns; off cullop, I alu and
no runs la two tnnlnta; off Heralttaa. 4 hlu
and i runs in two mains! tone out la third
-aff Boland. 1 hlu and no runs la four in.
nines; off Da use, I hlu and 1 run In three
Innlnta. Hit by pltchad nail: By Hamilton,
Baker, atruca out: tty rienar, it ay Bo.
land, 1 1 by Dauaa, 1. Umpires: Dlnaaea and
r . i I,
Whatever may be your need, a Bee
Wanr Ailrl will n-rl it Inr vnn.
Omaha ...IS. IT .SOS
Lincoln ... so .see
D. Moines. 34 20 .616
Denver ...21 21 .477
Wichita ..20 14 .4(1
Sloui City. 20 24 .461
Topeka ...20 14 .166
Bt. Joseph. II 21 .462
AH BR. LEAOUB.
Cleveland .10 II .111
New York. .14 21 .113
Wssh'ston' II 21 .193
uetrou ....ib H4 .ait
Boston .,,.34 It .ill
Brooklyn ..25 It ,810
Phlta. 24 II .661
New York. 21 It -6"1
Chlcaso ...21 IS .471
Boeton ....20 22 .476
Olnclnnatl 22 26 .461
Plttaburth 20 24 .444
St. Louis.. .21 21 .421
Indlan'polla 27 17 .614
Loulavllle .31 II 6t4
Kanass Cy..2l II. .614
Minneapolis 24 II .633
Columbus ..20 II .474
Toledo .....to 33 .410
St. Psul ...16 34 ..400
Milwaukee .14 31 .311
.12 13 .431
.11 31 .447
.11 II .141
Yesterday's Results. .
4: 8t. Joeenh. 2.
Das Molnos. I: Wichita, I. ,
Omaha. 3; Topeka. 1.
Sioux City, 4; Denver, I.
; NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Chlcaso, I; New York, I.
Bt. Louis, 1; Brooklyn, I.
I Plttaburth, 1; Philadelphia, I.
! Cincinnati at Brooklyn, rain.
' . AMERICAN LEAGUE.
' Philadelphia, 1; Cleveland, I.
New York, I; Detroit, I.
' Waahinttoa 0; Chlcaso, 1
. Beaton, I; 6t Louta, 4. ' .
Louisville, 4; St. Paul, 1.
Indianapolis, II, Minneapolis, 1.
Toledo, 0; Kansas City, I.
Waewrn Leatue Omaha at Topeka, Dee
Molnea at Wichita. Lincoln at St. Joaaph.
Sioux City at Deaver. . ,
National Leatue Cincinnati at Boston,
St Louis at Brooklyn, Chlcaso at New
York, Plttaburth at Philadelphia.
American Leatue Waahinttoa at Chl
cato, Philadelphia at Cleveland, New Tork
at Detroit, Boetoa at St. Louis , .
BEARS DEFEAT SIOUX TEAM
Denver Win From Indiam in Fait
Game Which Goei Ten ,
v ' - '
FIVE TO F0US IS THE SCORE
Brooklyn Wins Game From Home
Team by Three to One
BESCHES HUFFS A L0N0 FIT
Totals 43 II 17 18 2Schauar,p 0
' Denver, Colo., June 12. In a fast
ten-inning game Denver defeated
Sioux City here today i to 4. Shestak
tecured three hits including a homer
and a three-bagger. -The score: . .
BIOUX CITY. . AB. R. H. O. A. E.
Ollmora, It .,13 I' 1 0 0
Coonay. Ib ., I I I 10 1
Callahan, so ........ 1.11130
....... I la I 0 1
WaUon, rt I 01 10 0
Mats. Ib 4 0 t II 0 0
Connolly, Ib Ill I I 0
Croany, o 1,0 1 I I t
Maakell, R ....10 t 0 I 0
Plainer, p .....I I I I 0 0
ToUll ,...17 t 10 IT II; I
DBNVEI1. . , Aa R. H. O. A. B.
Miller, rt ........... I I I t I
Kallher, as, ,...6 0 1 I I 2
Oskee, ct 13 10 0
Butcher. If I 0 1 I " i
Dyer. Ib ............ I . 1 I I I 0
Shields, lb I I I 10 7 0
Lloyd, Ib I 10 l o u
Bhaauk 4 1 I I 0 1
Reynolds, p 1 0 I 0 4 0
Btsrsar, p Ill 0
ToUU ............14 I 16 10 14 4
Noaa oat when wlnnlnt run scored.
Blouz City I Illlllll 04
Denver I 1 I 0 0 I I I I 16
SacrlAoo hlUt Meu. Miller, Reynolds.
Two-base hlu: a Coonay, Callahan. Three
base hit: Bhaauk. Home run: Sheetak.
baaa oa belle: Off Maakell, 1; oft Plelatar,
lr.ott Reynolds, 1; oft starsor, 1. Struck
outl By Raynolda, 1; by Starter, 2: by
Maakell, 1. Sacrtnoe tf. Lejeune. Hit by
pitched ball: Ollmora (I); Lejeune, Wat
son. Btolan bales: Dyer. (2); Lloyd, Shields.
Lejeune. Doutle pleye: Dyer to Lloyd to
Shields! Connolly to Coonsy to Mats; Cal
lahan to Coonsy to Mats. HtU: Of! Ray
nolda. I In ala Innlnts; oft starter, 6 In
tour Innlnta; oK Maakell. I tn six and two
third Innints; OS Pfeleter. I In sis and
two-thirds Innlnta .Umplrest Bckman and
Carney. Time, 1:13.
Mrs. E. Raymond
Philadelphia, June 12.-Misi Molla
Bjurstedt, the tennia marvel, easily
defeated Mra. Edward Raymond of
New York in the challenge round of
the women'! national lawn tennis
tournament thii afternoon, thus cap
turing the national singles title for
Ihe second consecutive year. Score,
. Miss Bjurstedt was so superb; in
every department of the game that
Mrs. Raymond did not have a chance
The match was played in the record
time of twenty-five, minutei.
Mrs, Stewart Wins
Trophy in Country
' r Club Golf Match
Mra J. T. Stewsrt, 2d, playing at
scratch, won the Mrs. Fred Hamilton
trophy in the woman's golf play at
the Country club yesterday afternoon.
Mrs. Stewart shot a 98 for the eight
een holes. "She returned victorious
over a Held ot twenty-four. i
BUES WILL PLAY THIRD
BASE FOR TOPEKA CLUB
- jt .
Topeka, Kan., June 11 Arthur
Bues of the Kansas City American
association club wai signed today to
piaynira oase tor tne lopeka Welt
era league team.
Brooklyn,' June 12. Brooklyn de
feated St. Louis here today, 3 to 1.
Beacher's attempt in the sixth inning
to catch Getz Jong fly, which wai
curving across the felt field foul line,
failed. Bescher was standing on fair
ground as the ball grazed his finger
tips, Getz gettin ga double and John
ston, who was on second, scoring the
tying run. Hit by Cutshaw and
O'Mara scored Getz. Myer's second
triple and Wheat's singel added an
other run in tha seventh. A pass, an
out .Gonzales' scratch hit and a wild
pitch accounted for St. Louis tally.
BT. LOUIS. BROOKLYN.
B echer.lt lilt 0Mvers,of 41111
Lont.ct 4 110 OD'berMb 4 17 0 0
Mlller.lh lilt OJoh'ton.rt I I 0 0 0
H'nsby.lb 113 1 0 Wheat. If 4 13 0 0
Wllson.rt 10 11 OM'reylb I I 1 1 1
Betsel.lb 10 11 OOets.lb I 1 0 I I
O'nsalet.o 114 1 OC'thaw.lb I 1 I I I
Corhan.ss 4 0 11 0O'Mara.ss 4 I 4 I I
Salee.p 3 3 0 8 OMeyera.c I 0 I I I
Smith 1 0 0 0 OChenay.p 110 10
ToUla.Io"T341oll ToUla.ll 13 37 11 1
Batted (or Beuot la ninth.
St. Louie 0 1 0 0 0 t I 01
Brooklyn .....0 9 0 0 0 1 1 0 I I
Two-hsse hlu: Dsubert, Oetl. O'Mara.
Three-base hlta: Myers (2). Stolen bases:
Lost. bJhnston, O'Mara.1 Double plays:
HOrnaby tp.. Miller to Corhan; Mowrey to
Cuunaw to Daubert; O'Mara to Dsubert
Myers to O'Mara. Base on balls: Off Sallea,
4; o: Cheney, I. HtU and. earned-'suns:
Off Sallea. 12 sad I In ellht; Cheney, I. and
1 In nine,- Struck out: By Bailee, l:..by
ChenolY'l. wild pitch: Cheney (I). Vnl-.
plree: Harmon and Killer. , t
.' ' V. FhlU Whip Pirates. '
Philadelphia. June II. Philadelphia ob
tained only three hlu off Mamaux today,
but all ot these floured m the sedrlnl
of runs, and the home team detested Pltu
biirih. I to 1. Whltted, -who drew s' base
oa balls ' In ths second want to third on
Luderua' tlntle and atblo horns, whlls In
ths sixth Stock' scored on doubles by him
self and Whltted. Alexander held the
vlsltora to twoalntles until the ninth, when,
with two out, Johnston doublld and scored
on Watner't alntle. Score:
PITTSBURGH . PHILADELPHIA.
AB.H.O.A.B. , AB.R.O.A.B.
Carey.cf 4 Oil 1 OBan'rtt.as 1114 0
John'n.lb .4 I! I I 0Nle'otf.2b 10 110
U-.-n.r u 1 1 1 a Ifltoek.lh 4 10 10
H'hm'nrf 4 110 OCrav'th.rf '4J100'
Schults,3h 8 0 19 lWllTM.lt a 1 D V u
Barney.lf 113 1 Ob'deruB.10 a 1 It V a
Viox.lb 1111 lPaak'rt,ct 1 0 2 0 0
M'm'ux.p I 0 14 OKIIllfer.o I I I I 0
Jacobs. p 0 10 1 OAlax'der.p I I I I
costeiio i o o o o ri-r
Balrd 1 0 0 0 0 Touts 17 12710 0
Touts II 4 14 II I
Batted for Jacobs In ninth.
Rsn for Warner tn ninth.
Ptttebdrth ....0 0 0 0 0 I I 0,11
Philadelphia ..0 1 0 0 0 1 ow- i
Two-baaa hits: Johntoh. Stock. Whltted.
Stolen baaaa: Johnaon; Batrd. Whltted, Lu
derua Double plsya: Tarey. Wagner and
Vtox; Barney and Johnaton. Base cn balls:
Off Msmaux, I. Hits and earned runs: Off
Mamaux. I hlu, I runs. In six Innlnts i off
Jacobs, I hits, no runs, In two Innlnss; off
Alexander, 4 hlu. 1 run In nlns Innlnts.
Struck out: By Mamaux, 4: Alexander, I.
Wild pitch': Mamaux, Umpires: O'Day and
OlanU Lose to Cuba.
New Tork. Juna II. Chtcalo batted An
derson and Teereau for etlhteen hits, to
ut lint twenty-six bases, hers todsy and
defeated New Tork for tha first time thla
season, I to I. It was Anderson's first
defeat after six straltht victories. . Packard
held tho Olanu safe at all auiss. Tne
feature ot the tame waa tha htttlnl of
Mullltan. who made a triple ana tnree Bin
ties In five tlmee up. Until today, ha had
hit enls .130. Bcora:
CHICAOO. - ; NEW TORK.
MeChy.lb 1114 OBume.If 4 0 0 0 1
Flack.rf 4 111 OR'b'eon.rf 4 110 0
Wl'rae.cf 4 14 1 ODoyla, Ib 4 I 1 4 0
Schulte.tf 14 0 O.OKauff.cf 0 114 0
Z'm'an.Sb 110 1 0Fl cher.ee 4 1110
Safer.tb I 0 II I OMarkle.lb 4 I J 1 1
n n n
.Totals SI 137 U I
B.ttd for Tireau in eighth.
Chicago I 1 19 I 9 1 01
New York ....1'9 9 9 9 9 9 1 92
Two-baa hlta: Hlmmermio, Flack (2).
Thrtss-baaa hita: Mulligan. Home run:
Schuiti. Stoltn bases: Sehulti (3). Double
play: lmmerman, McCarthy to Batwr.
Bate on belli: Oft Andreson, 1,; oft Pack
rd, 1. Hlta and earned runs: Off Ander
son, 9 and I In -two tnnlni (none out tn
third); Tesreau. It and In six; Schaeur,
none and one In one; Packard, 9 and 3 In.
nine. Brtuok out: By Teereau, t; fichauer,
V Umptrea: Klein and Etnalie.
John L, and His Frotege.
John L. Sullivan, former heavyweight
champion, believes he can make a world
beater out of Oran Ktrkpatrlck, the Har-
ua rA nVidai. Iflwlrna tlHr-lr Vlsa Irlmmarl
everything In Harvard's heavywe.tht cln
oie ana jooks hko Dig ring Business.
Resta Wins Season's
Championship by a
Chicago, June 12. "fht new order
of points won by leading drivers in
the American Automobile association
contest for the American season's
championship is announced as fol
lows, following the race at the Chi
cago Speedway yesterday: . .
Resta, 1,800; Rickenbacher, 600;
D'Alene, 510; De Palma, 470; Chris
tiens, 370; Devigne, 320; Vail, 300;
li lt l T.A. 11 li OA. ATlnnnall
North Platte Ties Bustle.
North Platte, Nob.. June- 11. (Special
Teletram). Score: B. H. E.
North Platte I I
Eustl. ...S '
If yon use ordinary
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after them Good
. Night I Use
put ta at rare Inter-
vals. They stay put
and the longer used
. the better they be-
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U M Y r of Men's. Clothing, Hats and Fur
. ww MM m nishings, has spread like wildfire to
the men who know real values when they see them.
They know that standard merchandise such as we ,
handle has a fixed price and when they can buy at
the cut prices we offer during this sale they do so
liberally for they realize it's a chance of a lifetime., . ,
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