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    THE BEE: OMAHA, MONDAY. JULY 24, 1916.
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RODRKES COMMIT
A DOUBLE MURDER
Wallop Wichita Two Games,
Winning One After They
Were Eight Buns Behind.
FORSYTHE HITS HOME RUN
In a couple of wierd and wild com
bats, in -which every possible kind of
base ball was interpolated, the de luxe
Rourklets lambasted the wild Wolves
from Wichita yesterday, 14 to 11 and
7 to 3.
The Wolves certainly were wild yes
terday. What happened to them in
the first- Mm marl tlirm wild and
during the second contest a more
oeeved assembly of athletes never was
before beheld at Rourke park.
Jackson's men got away to a flying
start in the first game and it looked
like the Rourkes would be unable to
head them. Due to Gaskell's wildness
the Wolves nut four runs over the
rubber in the first inning. Then in the
second inning they annexed six more
tallies bv hittn? Harry Krause hard.
As . the Rourkes had put over only
two runs in the tirst the score stood
18 to 2 in favor of Wichita.
This made it look pretty soft for the
Kansans. , Even the most rabid bug
conceded them victory and an Omaha
better, couldnt have been found it ten
to one was offered. , .
Btit. for some reason or other 1he
Rourkes wanted to win that game,
and win it they did, with the able as-
. - . . I. 1A.I..a
..... ' Forsythe Hits Homer. ',
In the home half of the second the
Rourkes made six runs on two hits,
one of the hits being a home run by
Cyrus Forsythe with two men on the
runway. This made it 10 to 8.
The Wolves made another tally in
the third and then the Rourkes made
it might be mentioned the Rourkes
made their ten runs in the first four
innings on four hits, which it going
some.
In the sixth our heroes brought
home the game by nicking Bolivar
, Kaufman, who had taken up the hurl
. ins: when Jackson chased Klein, Grif-
; for five hits, counting four runs.
Y OToole .Hurls Well.
After the .: third inning Marty
O'f oole took up the twirling for the
Rourkes and 'pitched swell ball. He
did not allow, a run during the six in
nings' he worked and only permitted
'-'three hits. .'. V ,
- This first game was replete with all
' kinds of base ball.' Hitting, errors,
great fielding plays, smart base ball
and bones were pulled by both sides.
-Forsythe's home run and a double
Vplay engineered by Earl Smith were
the leaders. After catching a fly
Smith niDped Britton off first base
by a perfect throw from deep field.
Fnrvthe also contributed a one
-handed catch of Dolly Gray's line
'.drive in this game.
The second game was duck soup for
the Rourkes. The Wolves were so
sore at themselves they couldn't play
ball; and Omaha walked home easjHy.
Smith Bats Thousand.
' Earl Smith was the Rourke tar in
this combat with four hits out of as
many trips to the plate. Earl didn't
have any chances in the field.
But Dolly Gray and Jimmy Jackson
furnished the most entertainment for
the fans. In the fifth inning with two
down Ernie Krueger singled. He stole
second. Gray made a beautiful heave
into center field. Jackson leisurely
fielded the ball and threw it to Brit
ton. Jackson evidently forgot about
Krueger, for Ernie raced all the way
home from second. Then Cy For
sythe drew a walk and stole second.
Gray made another of his center field
heaves and Forsythe continued his
way around the bases. This time
Jackson mussed up the ball and Cy
rambled clear home. -
( . Jackson's grouch at himself reached
such a high pitch he turned around
and threw the ball directly at Coy in
left field. Luckily for Coy, who
wasn't paying any attention to the
i game, Jimmy's aim was bad. The ball
missed Coy and rolled out of the park.
, ,- Fan Faints.
A fainting fan in the bleachers also
loaned enchantmen to the second com
bat. The second game was called in
the seventh by mutual agreement.
Today the Rourkes and Wolves lay
' off, having played the game scheduled
for tnHav as Dart of the double bill
ycaicraay. nucr tuuay .wu,ce
(leave for a long trip around tjhe south-
..: crn pan ot the loop.
A Double Killing
OMAHA.
AB. B. H. O. A. It.
Smith, If 1 a 1 I 1 o
Knur, tb 4 1 t 4 0
Thompson, ef 8 8 1 8 0 J
Miller, lb S 8 2 13 1 0
Krues-er, 0 1 0 t 0 0
Marshall, 8 1 l 3 o 0
Forsythe, rf.." S 1 1 1 0 0
KIMuff, S 1 8 8 4 S
Bur. Sb S 1 1 1 S S
fteskell, p a 0 0
Krnase, k 8 S 1 0 0 S
O Toole. p s 0 1 S
Totals.
.S 14 11 IS .
WICHITA.
' AB. It. H. O. A. E.
Jackson, cf 4 8 1 0 0 0
Vox, If 4 0 0 - I) 0
Coy, rf S S 1 0 0 1
Oray, e 4 8 S 4 1 0
Britton. Ib S S 0 1 8 8
Griffith, lb S 1 .8 IS 0 0
I.ltarhl, I 0 1 8 4 ft
Kappa, 8b 9 110 4 0
Klein, p 1 0 0 0 0 0
Griffon, p.. 1 0 0 0 0
Koestner, p 1 0 0 0 0 0
Kaufman, p 8 0 1 1 8 0
Eddie 0'Donnell Resting
Easily and Will Be Out Soon
Kansas City, Mo., July 23. Eddie
O'Donnell, the automobile drivers in
jured on the local speedway yester
day when his machine crashed through
a fence, was resting easily today and
, liis physicians believed he would be
out in a few days,
Totala 40 11 10 t 14 4
Foraythe out on Infield fir.
Omaha
Runs 8 S 0 8 0 4 0 0 14
MIL 1 8 0 1 1 S 1 0 11
Wichita
Runs 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 Oll
Hits 8 4 1 0 1 0 0 1 110
Two-bafte hits: Burr. Smith, OToole.
Marshall, utsem. KanDs. . Jackson. Three
base hit: Griffith. Home run: Forsvthe.
Stolen baset Miller. Double play: Smith to
Miner. Maentice ntts: miner. rox. tfases
on balls: Off Gaskell, Si off Kranse, If off
Klein, 8 1 off Griffon. 1; off Koestner, 8.
Left on bases: Omaha, 7: Wichita, 6. Hit
by pitched ball! Knur, Thompson. Hits:
Off GaskeU. 2 In one-third inntnsr: off
Kranso, S In two-and two-thirds Innings off
u Tooie, a in six innings: on niein, i in
one-third Innlna: off Grlffen. 8 In one and
one-third Innings: off Koestner, none In one
and one-third innings: off Kaufman, S In
Tivo innings. BirucK out:, ny u-iooie, s:
by Klein. 1: by Koestner. 1: by Kaufman. 1.
Passed ball: Krueger. Timet 8:80. Um
pires: Kckman and MuUen.
Score, second game:
OMAHA.
AB. B.
Smith, If 4 . 0
Krur, Sb , 4
J. Thompson, ef 8
Miller, lb..... ..8
PHILLIES TAKE LAST
ONE FROMTHE REDS
Alexander Keeps Hits Well
Scattered After First, While
Shulz Is Hit Hard.
Standing of Teams
EIGHT TO ONE IS SCORE
Krnerer.
Forsythe, rf,...,
KUdntf, as
Burg, 8b
C. Thompson, p.,
H. O.
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1 1
i i
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Totals 20 "? It 21 12
WICHITA.
AB. B. H. O. A. E.
,. 8 a 1
; s o o
.8 0 0
Jackson, of
Fox, rf
Coy, If
Gray, o
Ilritton, 2b
Griffith, lb
IJtscht, as
Bapps, 8b
Dnta, p
..84 8 5 28 11
..181180 7
.81 28 1 1 10
Totals...
Omaha
Runa ....
Hits .....
Wichita
Buns 8 0 0 0 1 0 08
. Hits 8 0 0 0 1 1 I
Two-base hit: MlUer. Sacrifice hit: For-
?rthe. Stolen bases: J. Thompson, Krueger,
ersytho. Double plays: Krug to Miller, C.
Thompson to Korg to MlUer, Krug to Kll
duff to MlUer. Struck ont: By Thompson, 1
by Darts, 1. Bases on balls: Off Thompson,
8: off Davis, 8. Wild pitch: DotIs. Left on
bases, Omaha, 4 Wichita. 8. Time: 1:20.
Umpires: Eckman and Mullen.
Gibbon Takes Two
From Kearney Men
Gibbon, Neb., July 23. (Special
TelegramO-In a double-header in
the Buffalo County league Gibbon
wonn two games from Kearnev. the
first a .pitchers' battle, Newman los
ing ,to Mercer, Gibbon's crack
moundsman. In the second contest
Newman again tried to win, but was
defeated by Johnson, Gibbon's speedy
pitcher. Mercer went behind the bat
and by nipping three attempted steals
shown like a regular catch. Score,
first game:
Kearney I t 0 1 t t 1 s
Gibbon I 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 t 6
Struck out: By Newman, 7; by Mercer,
lb. Batteries: Kearney, Newman and
Larapher; Gibbon, Mercer and Johnson.
Score, second game: R. H.
Kearney 0 1 0 0 1 02 S
Gibbon 1 0 1 0 t 0 4
Struck out: By Newman, ; by Johnson,
3. Baaes on balls: Off Newman, I. Bat
teries: Kearney, Newman and Lamphar;
Gibbon, Johnson and Mercer.
Oklahoma Indians Lose
Two Games at Peru
Peru, Neb., July 23. (Special.)
The Oklahoma Indians have just
finished a series of ball games here
in which they won one out of three.
The first game with the Peru Normal
resulted as follows:
Score: R, H. B.
Indians 1 4 3
Normal 0 11
In the second game, Dewerff
pitched for the Normal and Chris
topher for the Indians with the fol
lowing result:
Score: B. H. B.
Indians - 4 7 4
Notmal ' 7 10 I
The Third game was played with
Peru city team, with a score of 5
to 1.
Omaha Ramblers Win
At Scotia, Five to Four
Scotia, Neb., July 23. (Special
Telegram.) The Scotia team tasted
its first defeat this season by the
Omaha Ramblers in a clean, snappy
battle, by a score of 5 to 4, here
Saturday afternoon.
Sc: i R.H. B.
Ramblers 4111800 0 t I 1
Scotia 1 0 1 2 0 10 4 7 1
Batteries: Ramblers, Swanaon and Mog
ensen: Scotia, Vogeler and Ammermen.
Home run: Johnson. Thres-baes hits:
Kemmy, Chrlstensen. Two-base hits: Swan
son, Holland, Vogeler. Sacrifice hit: J.
Mogsnsen. Stolen bases: M. Mogsnsen (J).
J. Moxensen. Chrlstensen, Scjk. Double
plays: McAndrews to Kemmy to Norgsrd
Kemmy to Norgsrd. Struck out: By Swan
son, 7; by Vogeler, 8.
Cincinnati, 0 July 23. Phila
delphia took the last game of the ser
ies from Cincinnati here today, 8 to
1. Alexander kept the hits well scat
tered after the first inning, while the
visitors hit Schulz hard in the third
and fifth. Whitted made a home run
off Toney in the ninth inning. Roush
got two triples and a single out of
tour times at bat. score:
PHILADELPHIA. CINCINNATI.
AB.H.O.A.B. AB.H.O.A.B.
P'kert.cf 4 2 10 OClroh.lb 4 0 18 0
Dugey,2b 4 8 1 S 0 Roush. cf 4 8 8 1 0
Slock, 9b 4 10 0 no'ffith.rf 8 8 8 0 0
C'vath.rf 2 2 10 OMoll'ti.lb 4 0 7 2 0
Oood.rf 2 110 0Neale.lt 4 12 0 0
WhK'd.lf (221 0L'uden.2b 40120
Lud'us.lb 5 I 10 0 0Kmmer.es 8 0 4 2 1
B'croft.ss 8 0 2 4 OWInxo.o 4 14 0 1
Kllllfer.c 4 0 2 0 OSrhuls.p 1 0 0 0 0
Al'nder.p 4 2 0 0 OK'tzer.p 0 0 0 0 0
Toney.p 0 0 1 0 0
Totals. 38 12 27 10 OTIarke 1 1. 0 0 0
McK'nle 1 00 0 0
Chase 1 0 0 0 0
Totala. 34 2 17 102
Ratted for Srhuls In fifth.
Batted for Knetser In eighth. -Batted
for Emmer In ninth.
Philadelphia .10202008 12
Cincinnati ...10000000 01
Two-bass hits: Griffith, Stock, Dugsy.
uiarke, uooa, Three-baae hlta: Kouech (3).
Home run: Whitted. Stolen baaea: Ban
croft, Whitted. Luderus. Pasksrt. Neale.
Double slay: .Whitted to Kllllfer. Basee on
balls: Off Alsxander, 1: off Schuls, 2. Hits
ana earned runs: Off Alsxander, 2 hits, 1
run In nlns Innings: off Schuls, 2 hits, 8
runs In five Innings: off Knetser. 4 hlte.
1 run In three Innings: off Toney, 1 hit.
i run in one inning, struck out: By Alex,
ander, 2; by Bchuls, 1; by Knetser. 1. Um
pire: urtn ana isason.
: Cubs Trim Giants.
Chicago, July 23. Chleago bunched hits
off Benton and Anderson and eaally won
the final game of the series from New York
today, 8 to 8. Brown had little trouble hold
ing hla opponents end they bunched hits In
only two Innings. The locals mads seventeen
hits, each member getting at least one.
while Zimmerman and J. Kelly seoured
three each. Kelly's base running was a fea
ture, score:
NEW TORK. CHICAGO
AB.H.O.A.B. AB.M.(VAA
Bnms.lf 4 0 0 1 OWt'an.as 1 3 0 8 8
uoyie,SD e I s s UMann.rr 2 1 1 0
Herscg.ss 4 112 C Willi's. cf 8 12 0 0
Rob't'n.rt 4 110 lZ'man.lb 18 18 0
Kauff.cf 4 3 8 0 OJ.Kelly.lf 1 8 8 0 0
Merkle.lb 4 1 11 0 OSsler.lb S 113 0 1
Lobett.lb 4 110 lZelder,2 2 3 8 0 0
nanoen.o s i s v oriscner.o 4 1 2 f
Kocher,o 3 13 1 OBiown.p 4 3 0 8
nemon.p v V V O V
Kllllfer 1 1 0 0 0 Totals. 40 17 It 11 1
And'son.p 1 6 0 1
O. Kelly 110 0 0
Schupp,p 0000
Totals. 16 11 tt 11 3
Batted for Benton In third.
Batted for Anderson In eighth,
New Turk 0 0 1 0 0 e a A e i
Chicago ..4 3 0 0 1 1 0 2
Two-bass hits: Zlmmsrman (3), J, Kelly,
Zelder. G. Kslly. Robertson. Stolen heses
J. Kslly 12). Ksuff m. Double nlsvs:
jyoyi to Bieraio, tvorimaa toa Zimmerman
to Saler. Bases on balls: Off Andereon, 1.
Hits and sarned runs: Off Benton, 2 hits,
runs in two Innings; off Andereon. 8 hits, 2
runs In five Innings; off Brown, 11 hits, 3
runs In nine Innings. Hit by pitched ball:
By Benton, Zelder, Struck out: By Benton,
1: by Anderson, 3; by Schupp, 1. Umpires:
mem anu jvmsus. '
Rudolph Basts Cards.
St. Louis, July 11. Rudolph had the better
ot a pitchers' oatlie with steels, and Boston
took the last game of the aerlea with St
Louts here oday, 3 to 1. Steele allowed the
winning run In the eighth when he week.
ened after two were out and waa hit for a
triple, aouoie ana a single. More:
BOSTON. ST. LOUIS.
AB.H.O.A.S. AB.H.O.A.10.
M'vllle.as 3 114 OB'scher.lf 4 13 0 0
Evers,2b 8 111 0 Beck. lb 4 12 0 0
Wllh't.rf 4 12 1 OLong.rf 4 110
Magee.lf 4 110 OMlller.lb 2 17 0
K'tchy.lb 2 113 0 OH'nsby.ss 4 0 3 8 1
JSmllh.lb 4 1 3 0 0 Wilson. of 4 0 3 0 0
S'dg'ss,cf 4 13 OO'nsales.o 31481
Qowdy.o 8 0 2 2 OBetseUb 2 0 8 4 3
R'dolpb.p 2 0 0 8 OStesls.p 2 14
Totals. 20 7 27 14 0 Totals.204 27 124
Boston 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 08
St. Louis 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01
Two-bass hlta: Oonaalea. Beck. Msgee.
Three-base hit: Snodgrass. Home run: Wll-
noit. otolen bases: Wllholt, Long, Konstchy.
Doubls play: Betssl to Hornsby to Miller.
Bases on balls: Off Rudolph, 3: off Steols.
4. Hits and sarned runs: Off Rudolph. 0
hits, 1 run In nlns Innings; off Steele, 7 hits.
2 runs In nlns Innings. Struck out: By Ru
dolph, 2; by Steele, 1. Umpires: Harrison
ana itigisr.
Jack Holland Gets
Some More Bushers
Lincoln, July 22. Manager John
Holland of the St. Joseph Western
league team announced tonight the
acquirement of four new players,
who will join the team on its return
to St. Joseph Monday. Catcher Beers,
Outfielder Wright and Shortstop
Clelland come from the Lexington
club of the Ohio State league, and
Pitcher Rohrer from the Portsmouth
club of the same league. The men
were recommended to Holland by
"Chick" Frazer, a big league scout
The St. Joseph club has released
Helmer to the Grand Rapids (Mich.)
team.
Jack Curley Breezes Into
Omaha for a Brief Visit
Jack Curley. promoter of boxinr
and wrestling matches, and a stock
holder in the Jess Willard Company,
i-'mitea, uieezea into umana Satur
day. It is said Jack's motive is to.
sign Joe Stecher up for the Sells-Floto
circus now that Frank Gotch has
broken his leg.
WEST. LEAOUE.
W.L .Pet.
Omaha ....to Si .940
Lincoln . . . .60 a: .tilt
Dea Moines. U 47 .618
Sioux City. .42 44 .488
Denver ....41 46 .471
Wichita ....10 41 .460
Topeka ....! 46 .461
St. Joseph. .38 62 .3A8
AHEK. LKAOUE,
W. L. Pet !
NAT. LEAaUK.
W.L.Pct
Brooklyn ...48 32 ,00
HOStcn 43 34 .684
Phils 44 86 .667
Chicago ....4146.413
Now Yark...88 42.4l
Pittsburgh ..37 4! .468
St. Louis... .41 48 .4(1
Cincinnati ..36 61.(01
AMKR. AS'N.
W. U Pot.
Nsw Tork (1 34 .18nndlanapolls 11 40 .160
Boston . ...40 37 .670 Indianapolis 61 40 .600
Cleveland .41 38 .667 Minneapolis 48 48.688
Waahlng'n 47 40 . 610 Toledo ....46 4!. 617
Chicago ..47 40.640,81. Paul. .. .43 48 .600
Detroit 4 44 .611 Columbue ..36 61 .407
St. Louis .88 40 .437 Milwaukee .32 60.348
Phils. 18 1 .2871
Yesterday's Results.
WBSTEBN LEAGUE.
Denver, 8-4: Dee Moines, 7-5.
St. Joseph, 2-1; Lincoln, 3-2.
' Topeka, 6-11; Sioux City, 2-10.
Wichita, 11-2; Omaha. 14-7.
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Boston, 2; St. Louis, 1.
chlcsgo, 8; New Tork, 8. ,
Philadelphia. 8; Cincinnati, 1.
AMERICAN LEAOUE.
Chicago, 12; Detroit, 0.
St, Louis, 6; Clevslsnd, 2.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION.
Indianapolis, 0-7: Milwaukee, 8-3.
Columbus, 1-4; Minneapolis, 8-11.
Louisville, 0-6; Kansss City, 1-2.
Toledo, 2-7; St. Paul, 3-4.
Games Today.
Western League Denver at Des Moines,
St. Joseph at Lincoln, Topeka at Sioux City,
Wichita at Omaha.
National Leagut Philadelphia at Pitts
burgh. American League Chicago at Detroit.
LINKS CAPTURE 'PAIR
Take Both Ends of Double
Header on Their Home
Grounds.
CLEVELAND LOSES
TO THEBROWWES
Both Groom and Weilman Are
Effective for St. Louis and
Indians Are Beaten.
SC0BES 3 TO 2 AND 3 TO 1
Lincoln, July 23. Lincoln took
both games of the double-header with
St Joseph here today, 3 to 2, and 3 to
1. The first was won in the eighth
inning on errors. A single and two
doubles, scoring two in -the fourth, put
the second game over for the Duck
lings. Score, first game:
ST. JOSEPH.
AB. R. H. O, A. .
Klrkham. If 4 1 2 1 0
O. Williams, as 3 0 1 8 4 0
Jcurdan, b 4 0 1 1 0
Sullivan, ef 8 0 13 11
8oramer. p .3 0 0 8 0
Rlgsby, c 8 0 1 2 0 2
Keating, 2b 2 1 1 4 1 0
Olaou, 2b 21310
J. Wllllatna 8 8 10
Totala 37 3 3 34 18 8
LINCOLN.
AB. R. H. O. A. B.
Carlisle, If 2 3 1 3 0 0
Smith, ss 4 1 1 1 0
Thomaaoi, cf 8 1 0 0
Leber, rf 3 0 1 1 0 0
Lattlmore, tb 3 0 1 6 4 0
Hunter, lb a o . a is s e
Moras, 3b 8 0 o o 1 o
Rnhrer. a 1 ' 0 0 8 3 1
Johnson, 0 1 0 1 0.0 0
Oiegory, p ... 8 1 4 3 3 0
Totals.. 28 8 87 It 1
St Joseph 1 0 8 0 1 0 0 0 02
Lincoln t 0 1 0 0 0 2 3
Two-bass hit: Lattlmoro. Doubls play:
Lattlmore to Smith to Hunter. Stolen
bases: . Carltsls, Thomason, Gregory (2).
Sacrtflce hits: Lobsr, Lattlmore, O
Williams, Olson. Struck out: By Gregory,
8; by Sommers, 3. Bases on balls;. Off
Gregory, 8; oft Sommers, 3. Wild pitch'
Sommers. Left on baaea. Lincoln, 3; St.
Joseph, 3. Time: 8:6. Umpire: Kane.
Score, sscond gams:
ST. JOSEPH.
AB. R H. O. A. E.
Klrkham. If 4 0 4 1 0 0
O. William i as 4 0 0 8 2 0
Jourdan, lb 4 0 1 4 0 0
Sullivan, of 4 116 0 0
Fuaner, o 1 0 0 0 1 fl
Rlgsby, c 8 0 0 8 0 0
Keating, 2b 3 0 0 0 0 0
Olson, 8b 3 0 0 0 1 0
J. Williams, p 3 0 0 1 8 0
Pattsrson 1 0 0 0 0 0
KLEFFER HITS SISLEB
Cleveland, O., July 23. St Louis
defeated Cleveland in ten innings,
Shotten scoring the winning run on
his single, Austin's sacrifice and
Miller's single. Klepfer then replaced
Gould. He hit Sisler and made a wild
pitch after which Pratt singled, scor
ing Miller and Sisler. Both Groom
and Weilman were effective for St
Louis. Score:
ST. LOUIS.
!. AB.H.O.A.B.
OShotten.lf 3 13 0 0
OAustln.Sb 4 0 0 1 0
OMIller.rf 4 110 0
0 OStelor.lb 4 3 14 0 0
0 0 Pratt. 2b 8 3 4 4 0
3 OM'asns.cf 8 8 3 0 0
8 OSeverld.e R 1 I 8 0
3 OJoh'on.ss 4 0 8 4 0
3 0Groom,p 1 0 0 8 0
1 OWell'an.p 10 0 10
0 O'Borton 0 0 0 0 0
CLEVELAND.
AB.H.O.A.
Granny. If 8 18
W'osg s.ss 4
Spe'ker.cf 8
Smith, rr
Roth.rf
Gandll.lb
Ch'p'n.Sh
Ho'ard.lb
plly.o
Gould, p
Klepfer.p
3 1
1 4
0 0
1 0
Oil
0 8
0 8
0 4
1 1
0
Totals..
8 24
Carlisle, If...
Smith, ss
Thomason, ot.
Lobar, rf
Lattlmore, 2b
Hunter, lb...
Morse, 8b 4
Johnson, o.. 3
Gardner, p 3
32 1
LINCOLN.
AB, R. H. O. A.
8
4
2
.. 4
4
Totals. 84 7 30 17 0 Totals. 31 10 10 16
Hatted for Groom In seventh.
St. Louis. ..0 0180010 8 t
Cleveland ..010100000 02
Two-base hits: Oraney, Slslsr (11. stolen
hssrs: Wnmbsgsnss, Chapman. Sisler, Msr
snns, Borton. Sacrifice hits: Howsrd,
Austin. Doubls plsys: Howard to Gnndll
lo Chapman, Grsney to Chspmsn. Bsses
on balls: Off Gould. 6; off Groom, 4. Hits
and earned runs: Off Oould hits, 8 runs
In nine and one-third Innings; off Klspfer,
1 hit. 3 runs In two-thirds Inning; off
Oroom. 4 hits, 3 runs In six Innings; off
Weilman, 3 hits, nor uns In four Innings. Hit
by pitched ball . By Klspfer, Sisler.
Struck out: By Oould, 4: by Groom, 2; by
Weilman, 3. Umpires: Evans and Hllds
brand.
Chleago Hants Tigers.
Detroit July 33 Chleago defeated De.
trolt. 18 to 8, today In the wildest wlsrdfst
gsme played hers In a dscsde. Chlcsgo
msde twenty hits and used five twlrlsrs,
Ness was ths star slugger with two singles,
two doubles and atrlple In six tlmss at bat.
The teams arriving from ths seat this
afternoon, reached the bal park one hour
late and then battled for two hours and
forty-seven minute under a broiling sun.
Closs dsclslons were numerous. Managsr
Jennings was put off ths flsld for disputing
a dsclslon and at ths oloss of ths gams
Umpire Nalltn narrowly escaped being
mobbed. With two out In the ninth and two
men on bass, Bush ssnt up a high foul.
Schalk crashed against ths stand, caught
ths ball doublsd up and than regained his
footing. Umplrs Nalln allowsd ths put out
and thousands of fans swarmed on ths
diamond. Nalltn was escorted to the olub
house by Detroit and Chicago players,
Cobb wss not able to play hla rsgular
position. A torn flngor, sustained In Boston,
waa reanonslbls.
Ths Whits Sox scored their winning runs
In the eighth Inning on successive hits by
Collins, Jackson, Ness and Felsch. Score:
ABH.O.A.B. DETROIT.
CHICAGO. ABHO.AB.
Murphy.rf 3 00 OVItt.lb 4133
Llebold.rf 3 3 0 0Buah.ss 4 0 8 1 0
Weaver,3b 8 14 1 0Bums,1b 8 12 1
Colllns.2b 1 8 8 4 Orrswt'drf 4 10 0
Jackson, If 0 10 tvaach.lf 48100
Neas.lb 1 10 4 lH'Iman.cf 8 3 4 0 0
Felach.ef 4 3 4 OYouns.tb 4 3 4 0
Schalk.c 8 83 OBaker.c 81100
Terry ,ss 8 110 lMcKee.o .8110
Wll'sms,p 110 OBoland.p 0 0 0 0
Danf'th.p 000 OCun'h'm.p 0 9 1 0
Wolfg'g.p 3 0 0 1 Onubuc.p 0 0
RusselLp 110 0 ODauas.p 4 810
"Ksvan'h 110 0 0
Totals.,46 30 37 3Cobb 0 0 0 0 0
Totals.. 16 17 13
Batted for Beland In aecond.
Batted for Baker In the fifth.
Chicago 0 3 0 0 1 8 112
Detroit 0 1 4 0 0 0 1 12
Two-base hits: Ness (2), Hellmann, Kav.
snaugh, Veach, McKee. Three-baee hlte:
Schalk (2). Ness, Vltta, Dauss, Stolon bass:
Weaver. Double play: Schalk to Weaver to
Ness. Bsses on bals: Off Cunningham, 2;
off Wolfgang, 4. Struok out: By WUllema,
1; by Dauss. 1; by Wolfgang, 1; by Russell,
2. Hit by pitched ball: By Dauss (Tsrry).
Hits and sarned runs: Oft Williams, 8 hits,
4 runs In three Innlnva; off Denferth 4
' hits, 2 runs in two-thirds Inning; off CI
I cotte, 0 hit, 0 run In one-third Inning; off
Wolfgang, l nit 1 run in three and two
thlrda Innings; of Rusell, 3 hits, 0 run in
one and one-third Innlnga; off Boland, s
hits, 8 runs In two Innings: off Cunning
ham, 3 hits, 1 run in one and two-thirds
Innings; off Dubuc, 3 hlta, rune In three
Innings (none out): off Dauss, 8 hits, 4
runs In five and one-third Innings. Umplrss:
Nallln and Dlneen.
Sioux Fall Twice
Before Topeka Kaws
Sioux City, la., July 23. Sioux City
dropped both games to the Topeka
Savages today, after having won eight
straight. The visitors took the first
game, 5 to 2, and the second, 11 to 10.
"Pepper" Clark had pitched twenty
four consecutive innings without
being scored on, stretched it to
twenty-nine and then was batted out
of the box. Score:
TOPEKA.
AB. R. H. O. A. B.
Devere, If 8 0 0 10 0
Cochran, Sb 8 0 0 3 3 0
Qoodwln. 2b 4 0 1 2 2 0
Engle. cf 2 2 2 2 0 0
Sweltser, rf 4 1 2 2 1 ' 0
Agler, lb 4 0 1 8 0
Defate, as 8 0 112 0
.Monroe, o 4 1 1,7 1 0
llall. p.. 2 1 3 0 1 1
Totals 13 11 27 12 1
SIOUX CITT.
AB. R. H. O. A. B.
Ollmore, If ... 8 0 0 1 0 0
Watson, cf 8 0 2 1 0
Hlnehman, 2b 8 020
Mela, lb 2221
Connolly. 3b 4 1 2 0 2 0
Cooney, ,ss 2 0 1 2 1 0
Crosby, rf 4 1 1 0 1.0
Livingston, o 4 0 0 10 1 0
Srharut, p 2 9 100
Urovsr 0' 0 9 9 9 9
Totals 3 8 11 87 iT "o
Batted for Schardt In ninth.
Topeka 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 08
Sioux City 0 3 9 9 0 0 0 0 03
Left on basss: Sioux City, 10; Topska, 6
Base on errur: Sioux City, t. Racriflce hits:
Cooney, Defnts. Two-base hits: Walson,
Connolly (1) Monroe, Thres-bsss hlta'
Engle (I), Sweltser. Stolen bsses: Con
roily, Cochmn. Double playa: cooney lo
Hlnehman lo Mats, Defsts to Cochrsn to
Agler. struck out: By Schardt, 10; by
Hall, t. Baaes on balls- Off Hall, 2; off
Schardt, L Hit by pitched ball: By
Schardt, Cochrsn. Time: 2:00. Umpires:
Anderson and Miller. Boors, second game:
TOPEKA.
AB. R. H. O. A. B.
Devors, If 3 t ,
Cochran. 2b..,,, 8 3 1 . l
Ooodwln, b 4 1 8 3 4
Engle, cf 4 110 0
Schweltser, rf 8 1 8 1 1
Agler, lb 80
Defsts, ss 4 18 3 10
Hennlng, p., 8 1 3 0 8 0
Burwsll, p 0 0 0 0 0 0
Hennlng, 3 (nens out In ninth); by Bur
well, one. Hits: Off Clark, 7; off Orovsr,
3; off Kelly, 4: off Hennlng. 11; off Bur
well, 1. Bsses on balls: Off Orovsr, 1; off
Hennlng, 1; off Burwell, 1, Struck out: By
Clark, 8; by Orover, 3; by Hennlng, 4. Hit
by pitched ball: By Kelly, Engle. Time:
3:14. Umpires: Miller and Anderson.
Mighty Fishermen
T n tt
Well Under Laurels
Crossing the great state of Iowa in
an auto in one day from Dubuque to
Omaha waa the finish of a splendid
fishing trip taken by Herman B.
Peters, Dan Gaines, Fred Burlingim
and C L. Thomas of The Bee. This
quartet motored to The Hobby, Web
ster, Wis., on Lakes Viola and Big
Sand, in Mr. Peters' big car, Return
ing they drove down to St Paul,
Minn., where they ran the auto onto
a htor river ateamep fnr a 4i a
Dubuque, where . they landed and
started to Omaha.
The fishing trip waa most success
ful from a fisherman's standpoint and
517, or half a ton, of game fish were
caught, including bass, pike, northern
pike, pickerel, crappies, muskies and
bluegills. The record on bass was
made by Peters, while Burley made
the pike record with three monsters
in one day. The sunfish king was
Dan Gaines. ' - .
Today 8 SportCaUndar
Totala
41 11 II IT 14 0
SIOUX CITT.
till mora. If
Wition, cf
Hlnchtnain. lb..
iMsti, lb
Cooney, ,
Llvlr.fi ton, rf..
Crosby, o
Clark, p ,
Orovar. d
jKilly, p
AB.
O. A.
I 0
Oolf-o-OpM Bfeumiptoaihlp tuniMit of
Mlrhlfan Golf MroUtioa mt Btlnmm,
Mlffh. Pwtwutni championship toarna
mnt open at Portland, Or. ,
Trottlii4rpnlnv of Grand Clravtt aioft
In at Detroit, Mleh. Opening at Groat
Weatera Circuit Bnaatlnr at Detroit. Opra
inr of Lako Brio Clreoit bmoUbc at Coa
aeaat Lako, Pa.
ChMOAaanal toaniainant of Kow Tork
State ChaM aMoetatloa open at Baffala
ShooUatW'014 poller" trapHikooUna tear
nainenU opea at lOowtoa. la aaa Bowling
Greoa, Mo.
Tennlt Eaajtera doublet ehamptoaohlp
tournament open at Boetoa. Sonthwoatot
double champion hip toaraameat apoaa at
Dallao. Oregon otate etampkmehlp tear
namont opens at Parttaad. Sooth Atlantic
tote ohmmplonNtilp touraanwnt ojnom at
Augusta, Ga. Kaaaao otate ehampkoiMhip
Total l() JT tl 11
Sioux Ctty 9 9 0 0 1 1 1 0 410
Topeka 0 0 0 0 1 I 0 6 U
Two-bae hlta; Connolly, Hennlng. De
vore, Cochran (f), Schwoltier, Cooney,
Kelly. Threba hit: Ollmore (a),
Schweltser. Home mm Iilrlngaton. Sacri
fice hit: Mete, Cooney, Ooodwln. Stolen
base: Cooney, Llvlngaton, Defate, Innings
pitched: By Clark, mix and two-third; by
Orovo, ono and one-third; by Kelly, one, by
tat ehamplaewhlB taornameat
Dec Moines. Maine state nnae'i ehui.
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. Help Tow liTor 1 fnys, ,
When your liver geta torpid and otomach
acta qussr take Dr. King's New Life Pills.
Ton will fool hotter. Only He. AH drag-alta.-Advrtlsamnt
An Increase of 16,741 paid Want Ada for
the first lx months of ltl about 1,000
eds more sach week -Is something worth
bragging about TUB BBS did It
Total SI I 87 11 1
Batted for Olaon In ninth.
St Joseph 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 ft 1
L'ncoln 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 1
Two-base hits: Johnson d. Moras. Jour-
d.n, Sulllv.ui. Double plays: Moras to Lat-
ii more to Munier, uaraner to Hmith to
Hunter, Smith to Hunter. Stolen baaen:
Leber. Klrkham. Struck out: Bv Gardner.
0: by J. Williams, S. Base on bal In; Off
Gardner, 3; off William, a. Wild pitch
William (2), Left on base: Ltncoli., 7;
St. Joseph, 7. Time: l:t2. Umpires: Kane
and Colgate.
Eddie Rickenbacher Now
Member of Omaha Auto Club
Eddie Rickenbacher, Omaha's fa
vorite raec driver, who was elected
an honorary member of the Omaha
Automobile club following the races
last Saturday, expressed his appre
ciation of the honor by sending Sec
retary Smyth an , , enlarged photo
graph of himself, which has been
mounted on the club bulletin board
and labeled "Honorary Member,"
Behr and Mnnmr Win. .
Nsw Tork. Jolr 23. W. H. Johnston anil
C. J. Griffin, national tsnnta doubles ehsm-'
plons. wsro dafeated today on ths turf
of ths Crescent Athletlo club by Karl
Behr and R. U Murrar, 8-8, I I, 4.4,
3-4, 8-4. .
Cabs Oet Kick Carter.
ChteaBO. Jnlr 22 The Chteaeo K..
tlonals havs seenrsd Pitcher Nick rart.r.
rtf ht-hander, from the Indianapolis tssm
01 ins American association, It was an
nounced by Presldsnt Weeehman nt h.
Cuba today.
Heinrich Schmidt Is
Winner Over Grant
Del Monte, Cal., July 22. Heinrich
Schmidt of the Claremont Golf and
Country club of Oakland, won the
western golf championship here to
day by defeating Douglas Grant, the
northern California champion, seven
up and six to play.
The winner showed the same form
which brought him first honors in the
medal play of the qualifying round.
The match practically was won in
the morning round. Schmidt won
eight of the first nine holes and fin
ished the ante-luncheon journey five
up on the representative of the Bur
lingame Golf and Country dub.
Grant suffered a great reversal of
form from his yesterday's play,
which took the wind out of the swell
ing sails of Clarence E. Mangham,
the young Texan whose play was
one of the bright spots of the tour
ney. Double Bill at
Lnxus Park Today
A double-header will be played at
Luxus park today. The Omaha Bi
t.'de Indians and J. D. Crews will
play the first game, starting at 1:30,
while the Luxus will tangle with the
Bourgeois in the second fray. The
Luxus-Bourgeois battle should be a
good one.
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