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THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, JULY 27, 191 3.
BRINGING UP FATHER
Copyright,
International Nowo Service
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GRIFM SHUTS OUT
THE RODRKELETS
Wichita Pitcher Has Too Much
on the Ball for Omaha
Team.
Too Much Griffin
TWO MEN BEACH SECOND
Wichita, Kan., July 26. (Special
Telegram.) Wo Griffin, late of the
Northern league, had too much on
the ball for the Omaha team in the
second game of the leries, and,
backed by errorless support, he won
by a icore of 4 to 0. But two men
reached second base.
Miller singled in the second and
reached second on Forsythe's sacri
fice. Men singled in the third, but
was forced by Smith. Krug singled,
ending Smith to second, but Thomp
son flew to left for the third out.
Burg singled in the eighth, but was
forced at second for the third out.
Merz got in trouble in the second in
ning. Griffith singled, but was caught
' off first on a quick throw by Merz.
Britton walked. Litschi doubled and
both scored on Morris' single. Han
nah walked. Griffin sacrificed. For
eythe cut off two runs when he made
running catch on Jackson's hit to
right center. ' '
Britton doubled to open the fourth.
Litschi hit to short Kildutf started
to throw to third for Britton and
then changed and overthrew first,
allowing Britton to score. Coy
singled in the eighth and took second
on Griffith's sacrifice. Britton singled
to left, scoring Coy. Britton was
caught off first by Merz. Litschi fol
lowed with a double, but Morris
fanned for the third out. r
Topeka Takes Second
From Sioux City
Topeka, Kan., July 26,--Topeka
'took the second game of the Sioux
City series here today, $ to 1. Score:
TOPEKA.
.1 AB. R. Bit. O. A. B.
Brora, rf S S S
Krnttr, ef 4 0 1110
Goodwin, Ik ,. 4 I I I
Kml.. lb 4 111 S
SchvelUer, It I t'l l 10
Aller, lb 4 0 t II
Crete, a 1-1 II 1 t
Monro, o ......... 10 1 IS 1 S
Hmnlnt. p 4 1 10
, Hotels II I 10 IT a 1
, '' "-SJIOBX CUT.
AB. BR. O. A. I.
(Minora, If I S 4 0 0
Watson, rt I 1 t S.I
Hlnchmen. lb 4 I I 4 0
Mela, lb 1-1 S 1 , S
Connollr. cf 4 0 I S S
Cooney, el -4 I S 0 0
Hoder, lb 11111
Livingston, 0 S
CUrk. p I 10 1 0
Totals 10 14 t 11
Topeka ..I 0 1 I S t S I 4
Sioux City ...0 I S 0 0 S 0 0 1
Homo runs: Schwsltsar, Cooney. Three
btw hlta: Wataon. Sacrifice hlti: Monro.
Wataon, Mots. Double pleya: Drt to
Ooodwln to Altert Roder to Hlnchman to
; Men. Baaea on boll! OHcnnlns, 1; off
Clark, I. Struck out: By Hennina ,10; by
Clark, I. Umplrea; Coomy and Shannon.
Hovlik Bests Thomas in
; Two to Nothing Score
St Joseph, Mo., July 26. Hovlik
bested Thomas in a pitchers' duel to
day and St. Joseph won from Dei
Moines, 2 to 0. Score: ;
PES MOINES.
AB. R. H. O. A. B.
Hahri. rf. .......... I S II 0 0
Hunter, cf. .., 10 0 t 0 0
Hartford, as. ....... 10 0 14 0
Msloaa, If. I I 0 1 0 0
Jeers, lb I 0 0 11 1 0
Her.nlns.er, lb. I 0 1 1 10
Ewoldt, lb. 4 I 0 I I 0
Bpanr. c 4 0 I I 0 0
Thomaa. p. 10 11 10
Clair 1 0 4 0 0 0
Totals
.11
I 14 II
Wrirkt, ef. I
Sullivan, rf. I
Jourdan, lb. ........ 4
Klrkham, If. ........ I
Williams, a. I
McClelland, lb. I
Beera, c .1
Kaolins, lb. I
Hovlik, P- I
ST. JOSEPH.
AR R. H.
Total It I I IT 11
Hatted for Thomaa In ninth,
tt. Joaeph ....1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1
Dea Jtolna ..0 0000000 00
Struck out: By Hovlik, I. Baaea on balle:
Off Hovlik, I: off Thomaa, I. Wild pltchee:
Hovlik, I. Stolen baaea: Meloan, Hartford.
Sacrifice hlta: Hartford. Sullivan. Two-baae
hlta: Wright, Jourdan. Three-bate hit:
Klrkham. Doubt play: Beera to Jourdan.
Left on baeae: St Joseph. 4: Dee Molnee. I.
Earned rune: St. Joseph, I. Time: 1:40. Um
pire: Ccl.au and Miller.
Today'sSporiCalendar
at Alexandria.
raasMylvaad- trap sh llag
pe at Lasrlstsa.
' MeterrycJe Netleaal amateey rhnrardos).
hip races basta at rrsvMeaea, Sk L .
: (Mf As UaaH htvltaUoa lnaiHaaiial ef
Skekl Oemtrr elnb, likam, 1U. Anaraal
Invltatieei Unaawc4 ef Chereaee CeuBlrr
elab, KjaeivtUe.
' Bella Je-aay O'Leary as-lne4 Harry
flaweei, tea raande, at Rochester. Yoonx
Sack O'Briea walaet Marty Croa. tea
wee, ait .New Vark. fackey Hommey
t tuweae Cbaney, to raande, at New
lem. tT Zl Mid agmlnet Vius Beany,
WICHITA.
AB. B. H. O. A. E.
Jackeoa, ef 4 S S S S S
tUppe, lb 4 S I 11 S S
Coy, If 4 1 1 S S S
Grlfflta, S S 11 f S
Britton, lb S t i S 1 S
I.IUchl, e 4 ' 1 S S S S
Morrle, rf 4 I S S S
Hannah, Sk S S S 1 S S
Griffin, p S S S S S
Total SS 4 S 17 IS S
- OMAHA.
AB B. H. O. A. E.
Smith, tf .. 4 0 0 4 0 0
Krug, Ik 4 S 1 1 I S
Thompoop, ef. 4 S S 1 S S
Miller, lb S 0 1 S 1 0
Marehalt, e S 0.0 S 1 1
Fareyth, rf S S 11 S S
Kllduff, S S S S 1
Burs, Sk S S 1 0 1 S
Hera, p IS 11 S
Total SB S 4 14 IS t
Omaha
Wichita
S S
0 1
S S S S
SIS1S
Haerillce hlta: llrlffith, Griffin Fereythe.
Two-bnee hltel I.IUchl (111 Britton. Mole
baeet Men. Double play I IJtechl to Bappe.
Struck outl By Griffin, 1 by Men, 4. Baa
on balle: m Grirnn, I off Mere, I. Tim
li40. Umpire! Andareon and Eckman.
MABEL TRASK WINS
IN CIRCUIT MEET
Easily Runs Away With Purse
Hung Up'by Merchants and
Manufacturers.
EIGHT HORSES MAKE START
Detroit. July 26. Mabel Trask,
owned and driven by Walter Cox of
uover, n. n., naa mtie trouDie win
nihg the Merchants and Manufactur
ers' $10,000 stake for 2:08 trotters at
the Grand circuit meeting. None of
the other contestants seemed able to
give the New Hampshire mare any
thing like an argument and she won
almost as she pleased.
tlEht horses made the start in the
first heat, but when the third was
reached only four were left, Tramp
right and Sadie S. being distanced in
the first heat.
Colleen had anything but an easy
time winning the 2:14 pace. She got
the decision by taking the first two
heats, one in a whipping finish and
the other bv a neck in a hard drive.
The third heat was the best mile of
the race. In another whipping finish
Thomas Earl nosed out Colleen for
the decision.
The 2:14 trot went to Azora Ax
worthy, which won the first two
heats. Miss Densmore, a strong con
tender in the first two, won the third
by -coming up from behind at the
stretch and finishing a neck ahead
of Azora Axworthy.
The Hotel Pontchartrain stake lor
2:15 trotters, purse $3,000; the Hotel
Griswold $2,000 stake for 2:10 pacers,
and a three-heat free-for-all pace
with a $1,200 purse, constitute tomor
row's card.
1:14 pace, puree ll.zon, three heate:
Colleen, br. m.. by Charlie 0 1 1 I
Thnmai Earl. b. h. by The Earl....T I 1
aDIay H., en. m....'.........j 1 I a
Baron Hart, b, a. I 4 I
Admiral Dewey II, Preatolyte, Tramp
quick, Joel B., Sailor, Redlao and Sir An
thony Carter aleo atarted.
Time: !O:0Sl4. 1:0714. Itotu.
Time: t:0IH. 1:0114. I:0TU.
Merchant and Manufacturer' Blake, 1:08
trot, puree 110,000, three heate:
Uaoel Traak, ch. m., by Peter the
Oreat 1 1 1
St. Frleco. b. h. I I I
Mle Perfection, b. m 4 I
Vlnnlna Harnett, b. ra I 4 I
Th Eno, Ruetlcoat, Tramprltht and
Sadie R. aleo etarted.
1:11 trot, puree 11.100, three heat:
Aaora Axworthy, k. an., by Dale
Axworthy 1 1 a
Mle Inemore, b. m., by By vamp.. I I 1
Allle Watte, ch. m I I 1
R. C. H , b. I I I I
Blnland. Albrook, Teddy rBooka, Junior
Watt, Baby Dolt, and Carolina aleo
Time: 1:0714. 1:01, !:0!4.
atarted. , .
Driver Breaks Leg
As Horse Falls at
Corning Race Meet
Corning, I., July 26. (Special Tel
egram.) A large crowd and fine rac
ing marked today's session of the fair.
The 2:12 pace was won in straight
heats by Baron Lac. Results:
Faclnv, S : IS Um. Baron Lao, won ;
Judge Drlk, aeoond: Hall Conner, third;
Samholtte, fourth. Tim. I;H. 1:131.,
rust,, Bleefc Btasley drawn after the flret
heM.
Trotting-, t :IS Uh: Emery A won ;
Prank Clayton, second ; Cecil Kirk, third ;
Lyle Plfer, fourth; Nelly Mertmen,' fifth.
Frank Clayton took ft ret two heate In 1:11
and Kmrry A. took the laet three
heati In S:tVi. S:20 and I 31, In the flret
heat Venetian Red fell at flret curve, throwing-
hie driver. Lyle Flfer, Juet behind Vene
tian Red. fell over him and H. P. Uler.
driver, broke hie ler. The horeee were not
Injured. Venetian Red wu drawn after the
acciaenx.
Half-mile dash: TDr. Smoot, won; Lady
Box, second; R. Brekler, Jr.. third. Time,
Three-quarter mite daah: Blile, won; Ste
ele Davla, second; Tonlfht, third. Time, 11a.
BtM4h Defeat Napessea.
nnarpin, rtJo.. rfuiy in. special. JMll
dreth defeated Naponee Tuesday eftentoon.
t w l. uauts or iNepons struck out seven
teen men. Soorei R. H. Jfi
Naponee M 1 M M f 1 1 1
Hlldreth ( M I II I 1 4 S 4
Batteries: Hlldreth, Whits and Partch;
wjtuavsjk, nite.i ana awaneon.
HneUiurs Detents Vtlen. '
Htlnse, Neb., July H (Spr-lal. The
nasiLiose iiihotiiik uereaiea uiK'S lotiay
to I. Dattertn: HMetlnsu. Smith
Shaner; V'.Ica Williams and Kinney.
GOTHAM WELCOMES
CHRIS MATHEWSON
Appears as Manager for the
Cincinnati Team and New
Yorkers Are Pleased.
BASKET FULL 07 FLOWERS
New York, July 26-New York
fans gave a warm welcome today to
their former idol, Christy Mathewson,
in his first local appearance as man
ager of the Cincinnati team and
Mathewson celebrated by watching
the Reds defeat New York by a score
of 4 to 2. Mathewson was presented
with a basket of flowers before the
game.
Sallee, purchased recently by the
Giants, started his first game in a
New York uniform, and Cincinnati
made its hits off him count Schneider
not only pitched well for Cincinnati,
but made two singles off Sallee and
scored after each hit. The score:
CINCINNATI. - NEW YORK.
AB.H. O.A.B. AB.H. O.A.K.
Oroh.e 4 111 OBurna.lf 10 10 0
Rnuni'h.ef 4 110 0Poyle,2b 4 1110
Orlfrlth.rf 4 110 OHereot. I 0 0 1 1
Chee,lb 4 1 10 0 OR'b'te'n.cf 4 1110
Neale.lf 4 0 10 OKauff.cf 10 4 10
L.onaen.,0 ill, OMentle.lo I 1 7 0 1
MKne.Jb 110 1 OLobert.lb 114 10
Wlnso.o 10 4 1 ORarlden.a I 0 I 1 1
Sch'd'r.p 4 10 1 OSallee.p I 0 0 1 0
"Hunter 10 0 0 0
joiaia ae a i f u urerriu.p o o o n o
Standing of Teams
WEST. LEAGUE. NATL. LEAOUE.
W. U Pet.
..40 91.4,1
.44 1& .,57
.45 17 .04,
.43 44 .481
.3, 41.474
W T. Ppt
Omaha ... .SS SI .SIS Brooklyn
Lincoln . . . . 40 38 .4(18 Boeton ..
Dea llotne.4 44 .400 Phil. ...
Slonx Cltjr..44 44 .4,4 Chlcaso .
Denver ....41 44 .481 New York
WlchlU ...41 41 .441, Plttabursh ..31 41 .471
Topeka .. ..40 41 .468 St. Louie. .. .41 40 .442
St. Joeeph. .14 S3 .40:cinclnnatl ..I7S2.414
AMBR. LEAGUE.
W. L. Pflt.
New York. .41 38 .472
Boston 40 81 .568
Chloaa-o ...50 40.654
Cleveland ..60 40.554
Waahlngton.47 43 .628
Detroit ....4146.616
AMER. ASSN.
W. L. Pet
Kanaaa City. 67 19 .691
Indlanapolla.6 40 .674
Lotllavllle ..68 42.561
Minneapolis .60 46 .626
Toledo 45 46 .500
St. Paul 48 46 .460
Totala II 6 17 II I
Batted (or Salle In eljhth.
Cincinnati . .00100011 04
New York 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 01
Stolen baeee: louden, MeKechnla. Saorl
flo fllea: Karlden, Wlnso. Doublfl play.
Uroh, Louden to Chaee; afcKeohnle, Louden
to Cheae, Base on balla: Off Bailee, I; off
Schneider, 4. Hlte and earned run: Off
Sallee 1 hit, 1 rune in eight Innlnsa; off
Perrltt, no hlta, 1 run In on Innlns; off
Schneider, I runs. Struck out: By Sallee, I;
by Perrltt, 1: by Schneider. 4. Umpire:
RIVler and Harrlaon.
Cubs Are Shut Out
By the Boston Braves
Boston, July 26. The Chicago
Cubs were defeated, 1 to 0, by the
Braves today. Vaughn held the Boa
ton team without a hit for seven in
nings, but in the eighth singles by
Allen and Egan netted the only run.
Each team only made two hits.
Vaughn was put out of the game by
Umpire Orth for too vigorously
questioning a decision on balls, Al
len, after allowing Chicago only two
hits in eight innings, was relieved by
Hughes in the ninth. The score:
CHICAGO. BOSTON.
AB.H.0.A.B. ABH. O.A.K.
Wort'n.ea 4 111 IMar'v'e.aa 4 0 110
Mann.rfcr 4 110 PNvera.Zb 10 110
riack.rf 0 0 0 0 0Wllholt.rf I 0 I 0 0
Wll'ma.cf 10 10 O.Maaee.lf 4 0 10 0
Zlm'an.lb 4 0 10 OKon'hy.lb 10 10 0
Kelly.tr 8 00 lHtntth,30 I 0 0 1 0
Snler.lb 10 7 1 OMnud, a,cf 10 10 0
ZrLriftr.Sb 10 10 Olluwdy.a 10 8 1
Clemena.o 1 0 7 0 OAllen.p 110 10
Vauahn.p 10 16 0.1uRlia,p 0 0 0 0 0
Pren's't.p 0 0 0 0'Kian 110 0 0
rtennrix I v V vriiBpK.zo 1 O'U 0 0
8chult 1 0 0 0 O'Colllne.rf 0 0 0 1 0
Total.. 21 124 I I Total.. II I IT I 0
Hatted for William In eighth
nrttted tor Kelly In ninth.
Batted for Wllhert In eighth.
Ran for Allen In eighth.
Chicago , 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Boeton 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1
Two-baae hit: Mann. Sacrifice hlta:
Xonetrhy. Smith. Baae on balla: Off
Vaughn. I: off Allen, 4. H It and earned
runa: Off Hughea, no hlta, no rune In one
Inning: off Vaughn. I hlte, 1 run In aeven
and one-third lnnlnga; oft Prendergaat, no
hlta, no runa In two-thtrda Inning. Struck
out: By Vaughn, 6; by Allen, I; by Pren
dergaat, 1. by Hughe. 2. Vmplree: Orth
and Uaaon.
Cardinals Divide
With Brooklyn Men
Brooklyn, July 26. Brooklyn broke
even today with St. Louis on a
muddy field, the vistors winning the
first contest, 3 to 2, and the league
leaders taking the second; 5 to 0.
While Sherrod Smith allowed St.
Louis ten hits in the first game, it
was a pass and three errors that en
abled the Cardinals to win. Meadows
held Brooklyn to three hits.
Pfeffer was effective in the second
game, while Brooklyn knocked Will
iams out of the box in the fifth in
ning. Stengel hit a home run with
one on base in the second, while
Johnston tripled with two on base in
the fifth and scored later on an out.
The score:
ST. LOUIS. - BROOKLYN.
AB.H. 0 1 AB.H. O A K.
Beech'r.rl 4 10 0 OJohna'n.cf I 0 I 0 0
Berk. 3b (111 00' Mara.ee 40111
Long.rf 4 10 0 ODaub't.lb 4 0 0 0 V
Mlller.lb I 014 1 0Whnmt.lt 1110
H'rnay,ea 10 11 ICute'w.lb 4 0 14 1
Wlleon.ct 1110 OStengelrf 14 116
K.S'th.cf 0 0 10 OMowr'y.lb 4 1116
Uona'la.0 4 1 1 0 0Meyer.o 1 0 4 4 0
Betiel.lb 4 111 lS.Smltb, 1 0 0 4 1
Mcado'a.p 4 10 10
Butler 1 0 0 0 0 Total II I II IT
Total II 10 37 117 ,
Batted for Wlleoa ta etihth.
St. LouM 1 0 0 0 1 0 I 1 03
Brooklyn 0 1 0 S S I 0 01
Two-baae hit: Beacher, Wlleon. Mowrey.
Stolen baeee: . Mowrey. Heorlnc hlte:
Wlleoa. Miller. Stengel, llryere. Double
play: Horneby to Miller, nrst baae en
error: HI. Loul I; Brooklyn, 2 Bane on
balle: Off lieadowa, I; off Smith,' 1. Kearned
rune: Meadowa, 1. Hit by pitcher: By
Weadow (Johnston). Btruck. out: By
St. Louie. ..41 4, .466 Columbua ...36 54.1,1
rmia. 1,14 .32,1 Milwaukee ..14 11.161
Yeeterday'e Beeulte.
WESTERN LEAOUE.
Lincoln. I; Denver, I.
Dea Moines, 0; St. Joseph, I.
Sioux City, 1; Topeka, 6.
Omaha, 0; Wichita, 4.
NATIONAL LEAOUE.
Philadelphia, 7-2; Pittsburgh, 1-5.
Cincinnati, 4; New York, 2.
St. Louis, 1-0; Brooklyn, 2-6.
Chloago, 0; Boston. 1.
AMERICAN LEAOUE.
New York, 0; Chicago, 2.
Philadelphia, 0-1; St. Louis, S-5.
Washington, 6; Detroit, 6.
Boaton. 1; Cleveland, 2.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION.
Minneapolis. 1; Milwaukee. 5.
Columbus. 6; Loulavllle, 1.
Indtanapolie, 13; Toledo, 4.
St. Paul, 0; Kanaas City, 7.
Oaiaee Today.
Western Leagu Lincoln at Denver. Dee
Moines at Bt. Joseph, Sioux City at Topeka,
vmana at wicnita.
National League Philadelphia at Pitts
burgh. Cincinnati at New York, St. Louis
at Brooklyn, Chicago at Boaton .
American League New York at Chicago.
Philadelphia at St. Louie, Waahlngton at
Detroit, Boaton at Cleveland.
SENATORS DROP THE
GAMETO DETROIT
Heilman Saves Woman "Prom
Drowning and Consequently
Is Hero of the Day.
DEMONSTRATION ON FIELD
Meadows, Si Smith
ana Byron. Score,
ST. I.OUI8.
Beicher.u a t o
Deck, lb 4
Lonff.rf a
Bmlth.rf 1
MllleMb 4
H ms y.ee 4
Wlleon.ct 1
Snyder.o S
Bfltidith 1
Wil'me.p tOOt)
nauon.p l Q v l
0 I
0 0 0
AAA
0 10 0
1 I 1
0 1 0
1 T 1
1 4 S
4. ITmnlrai- niiislw
lecona game:
BROOKLYN.
E. AB.H. O.AB.
OJohna'n.cf 4 2 0 0 0
OO'Mam.es 4 0 14 0
ODaub't.lb 4 0 10 1-1
0 Wheat, if 4 110 0
0Cute'nr,2b 19 2 3 0
Sfltenirel.rf S 1 3 0 1
OMowr'y.Sb J 0 1 S 0
OMcCarty.c S 3 T 0 0
OPfRffftrn a A 1 i a
0 Total! 31 S 28 11 1
Total! 11 1 14 11 S
8L La ilia ft A A A it a a a a a
Brooklyn 0 I 0 0 S 0 0 0 s
Three-bAee hit: Johnston. Home run :
baeee.: Betiel U), Beecher. Double play:
iu miner. irai oeee on errora:
Brooklyn. I. Beiee on balle: PfelTer, 1.
... ... .BU runs, un niiliame, 7 rtlM,
5 rum In Ave inn Inge; off Wataon, 1 hit. no
nun iiiMiiiBjoi. airucK one: y
........... a , siruii, ej, Hjr rwner, e.
Umplrei : Byron and Quliley.
Phils Get an Even
Break With Pirates
Philarlplnhia T,,tv f. Ph.'I.J.l
pnia and Pittsburgh broke even here
today, the former winning the first
7.-1 .1 . . .,
b", to t, anu tnc visitors me
second, S to 2. In the opener the
home team nminrlpr! Aam1. .ti;..
ery hard, while Alexander kept his
upuncnia nits scatterea ana was
given excellent support. In the se
cond tram R ivev u-n. Hn'wn n(f .1.
rubber in six' innings, while Miller
was in nne lorm and was accorded
perfect support. The score:
DIWMmiDnu t-.i...
Batrd.lb. 4 I 11 0Paekert,cr 4 '1 '3' 0 0
"jis, e u vLMenotr.zD 4 18 3 9
Wagner.e 4 0 11 0Stot-k,3b 4 3 3 4 0
H'ch'an.rf 1110 OCIood.rf 1110 0
r.nn.r Ih 1 lie m i.,..., . ? i I
- - . v ,uu4,r,,ia 1 V II V v
Jneton.lb 4 110 OBanc'ft.as 4 1110
'"m,"w " "Mutier.o 3 1110
Adama.p 110 1 OAlex'der.p 4 114 0
Cerp'ter.p 0 0 0 0 0 .
Schult 1 0 0 0 0 Totala.. 14 14 17 II 0
Total.. 14 10 14 II 1
Batted for Adam In eighth.
Plttabugh 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1
Philadelphia . .11001100 7
Two-baa hlta: Johneton, Nlehoff, stock.
Good. Alexander, Kllllfer. Stolen baeee:
Oood, Whltted. Paakert. Sacrlrirle hit:
Kllllfer. Double playa: Wagner and John
atom Stock, Nlehoff and Luderus: Alex
ander, Nlehoff, Bancroft and Luderua.
Bases on balla: off Alexander, 1. Hlte
and earned runa: OffAdama II hlta, I
runa In aeren lnnlnga; off Carpenter, 1
hit. no runa In one Inning; off Alexander,
1 run. Hit by pitcher: by Adema, (Oood.)
Struck out: By Adam. I: by Carpenter,
1; by Alexander,' 1. Wild pitch, Alex
ander. Paaaed ball: Kllllfer. Umplrea:
Klem and Emelle. Score, aacond game:
PITTSBl'ROH. PHILADELPHIA.
AB.H.O.A.E. ABH.O.A.E.
Balrd.Sb toll 0P.ekert.cf 41000
Oarey.cf 4 110 ONlehotr.lb 1114 1
wagner.aa s i e a otock(?b 4 116 1
H'ch'n.lb 1 1 10 1 0ilc.od.rf 1110 0
Farmer.lf 1 0 0 0 OWhltted.lt 4 110 0
Schults.rf 10 10 Ol.uder's.lb 4 0 IT 0 0
UcC'I'y.Ib 110 1 OHanc'ft.as 10 110
Wllson.o I 1 I 0 0llurne.o 10 14 0
Mlller.p I I 0 I ORIxey.p 0 0 0 1 0
Oee'ger.p 0 0 0 I 0
Total.. 10 017 11 OUem'ree.p 0 0 0 1 0
i .. Cooper 1 0 0 0 0
I f 'Cravath 1000
' Totala . 10 I IT II 1
Batted for Blxoy In alxth.
Batter for Oeathger In eighth.
Pittsburgh ...0 0010100 11
Phllsdslphl ..0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 13
Two- hit: Nlehoff. Horn huna:
Carey, Paekert. Stolen baae: Whltted.
Sacrtfte fly: Schult. Plrat baas on errora:
Plttabugrh (1.) Baaea on balla: Off Mil
lar, I: off Rlxey, 1; off Oeachger, I. Hits
an deemed runa: Off Hlxey. I hlr I run
In alx lnnlnga; off Oeachger, no hit, no
runa In two lnnlnga; off Demare, I hlta,
1 run In on Inning; off stiller, 1 run
Struck out: Br Miller, f; by Rlxey, .
Umplraa; Klm and Email.
Detroit, July 26. Washington
knocked out Mitchell in the fourth
inning of today's game, where five
runs were scored on clean hitting,
but Detroit won in ten innings, 6 to
5. Singles by Crawford and Heil
mann, with Veach's triple sand
wiched, tied the score in the eighth,
and hits by Crawford and Young, be
tween which Ainsmith made a wild
throw, enabled the Tigers to win in
overtime.
Johnson was not at his best. Mor
gan returned to the game after a long
absence, but his work was not im
pressive. The most notable feature
of the contest was a demonstration
for Heilmann, who last night dove
into the Detroit river and rescued a
woman from drowning. The score:
WASHINGTON. DETROIT.
AB.H.O.A.B. AB.H.O.A.E.
Morgan, 3b 4 111 lvm.Sb 4 0 3 3 0
Foater,3b 4 3 10 OBushUa B 1 2 8 1
Mllan.cf 0 2 10 OBurna.lb 6 2 11 0 0
Rlce.rf 4 0 10 OCrawf'd.rf 6 10 0 0
Shanks.lf 6 1 4 0 0Veaoh.lt 4 13 0 0
Qbar'ty.lb 1 1 10 0 lH'lman.cf 4 110 0
Ainem n.o x o s a lroung.Zb 3 13 2 0
McB'de.as 10 11 OMcKee.c 114 2 0
Johnson.p 4 114 1 Mitchell, p 1 0 0 0 0
Dubucp 110 4 0
Totals. .84 -zs is
Totale..3T 10 30 13 1
"Winning run scored with two out.
Waahlngton 6 0 00600000
Detroit 3 0 1 t 0 0 03 0 14
Two-baso hits: Shanks, Oharrlty, Three,
baae hlta: Johneon, Veach. Stolen baaes
Foster, Uharrlty, Heilmann, Sacrifice hits
Foster, Oharrlty, Alnemlth, Vltt. Sacrifice
fly: Heilman. Double play: Ainsmith to Mc
Bride: Bases on balla: Off Johnaon. 4; off
Mitchell, 1; off Dubuc, 4. Hlte and earned
runa: Off Mitchell, 6 hlta, 4 runa In thre
and two-thlrda lnnlnga; off Dubuc 4 hlte 1
run In elx and one-third lnnlnga; off John
aon, 6 runa Struck out: By Johnaon, 3; by
Mitchell, 3; br Dubuc, I. Umplrea: Connolly
and Owens.
Boone's fielding was a feature. Cald
well, a pitcher, played center field
for New York.. The score:
NEW YORK. CHICAGO.
AB.H.O.A.1C ' AR H O.A.E.
uaidw-,cr 4
Baum'n.lf 3
P'k'p'h.ss I
Plpp.lb 3
Oldrlng.rf 3
Oedeon,3b 3
Boone, 8b I
Nun'ker.e I
Mog'dge,p I
High 1
0 10
0 11
1 1
0 1
0 0
0 0
0
0 1
0 0
111
110
0 II 1
0 10
0 7 1
0 0 4
0 14
aJ.Col'na.rf 4
0iveaver.3b 2
0E.Core.2b 4
OJackson.lf 4
ONess.lb 3
OPelach.cf 4
OSchalk.o 1
I 0 lTerry.aa 3
ocicotte,p 3
u
Tnt1e..9a 7 17 1. 1
Totala.. 17 114 IT 1
Batted for Mogridge In ninth.
Nw Tork 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Chloago l 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 l
Two-baae hit: J. Colllna. Three-baa hit:
B. Colllna Sacrifice hit: Weaver (2).
Double play: Oldrlng to Gedeon to Peckln
paugh. Bases on balle: Off Mogridge. 2;
iff Clcotte, l. Earned runs: Off Mogridge, 2.
Hit by pitched ball: By Mogridge, (Ness).
Struck out: By Mogridge, I; by Clcotte, 1.
Umpires: Chill and Dlneen.
Chamberlain Will
Coach Doane Team
Lincoln, Neb., July 26. Guy Cham
berlain, former University of Ne
braska foot ball star, has been se
lected athletic director and foot ball
coach of Doane college at Crete,
Neb. - ,
Cleveland Unable
To Make Hits Count
Cleveland, July 26. Cleveland was
unable to make hits count for as
much as did Boston and the latter
today won, 3 to 2. Singles by Hob
lit.el and Scott produced one run in
the second, while Walker s simile.
Gardner's double, Scott's sacrifice and
a wild pitch scored two more in the
tilth, it required a pass and two
singles for Cleveland to get one in
the fourth and three singles to get
another in the sixth. Score:
CLEVELAND. BOSTON.
AB.H.O.A.E. AB.H.O.A.B.
Oraney.If 4 13 1 OHooper.rf 3 0 0 0 0
W'bga.ae 3 V z uiiarry.iD e 4 e v v
Speaker.cf 4 110 0I.ewls,lf 4 110 0
Roth.rf 4 110 OHob'ael.lb 3 1110
Gandll.lb 1111 Olalner.lb 1110 0
Chap'n.U) 4 0 11 OWalker.cf 4 110 0
O'Nelll.o 10 11 0ard'r.3b 4 1110
Daiy.c i v a j uscott.es a s a o
How'rd.lb 4 0 6 4 61'homae.o 10 4 10
Beebe.p 10 0 1 OUays.p 10 14 0
Coumbe.p 0 0 0 3 0 -.
Smith 1 I 0 0 0 Totals.. 30 117 11
Kvaus 0 0 0 0 0.
Turner 1 0 0 0 0
Totals.. 33 I 17 300
Batted for O'Neill In sixth.
Ran for Smith In sixth.
Hatted for Becbe In seventh.
Boston 0 1 0 0 I 0 0 0 0 3
Cleveland 0 0010100 0 3
Two-baae hlte: Bardner. Scott. Oainer.
Stolen base: Evan Sacrifice hits: Gan
dll, Scott, Hooper. Basse on balls: Off
Beebe. 1; off Coumbe, 1; off Maya, 1. Hlta
and earned rune: Off Beebe. 4 hits, 1 runs
In seven lnnlnga; off Coumbe, 3 hlta, no
rune In two lnnlnga; off Maya. 3 runs.
Struck out: By Beebe, 1; by Coumbe, 1;
by Mayo. 3. Wild pitch. Beebe. Umpires:
HUdebrand and O'Loughlln.
Cicotte Shuts Out
Yanks at Chicago
- Chicago, July 26. Eddie Cicotte.
whose wildness forced him out of
yesterday's game, shut out the Yan
kees with .one hit today, two of Ed
die Collins' three safe drives helping
the Sox to a 2-0 victory. The result,
with that of the game at Cleveland
put Chicago into a tie for third plac,
only two and a half games behind
the league-leading New Yorkers. .
Just two Yankees reached first
base off Cicotte, Nunamaker, who
walked and was out stealing in the
third, and Pipp, who made the only
single' in the fifth and took second
when Ness muffed a throw to catch
him napping. He reached third on
Oldnng s out and was stranded there
when Terry threw out Boone.
Philadelphia Held
To Run in Two Games
St. Louis, July 26. Philadelphia
was held to one run for two games
with St. Louis here today, the locals
winning the first" S to 0 and the sec
ond 5 to 1. Philadelphia was unable
to score off Weilman in the first.
Myers kept his hits' well scattered
until the eighth, when he was hit
for a single, a scratch and a double,
giving two bases on balls and hit a
batter, St. Louis getting three runs.
Davenport kept his hits well scat
tered in the second game. The score:
PHILADELPHIA. ST. LOUIS.
AB.H. O.A.E. AB.H.O.A.E.
Witt... 6 111 OShot'n.lf 1 0 4 0 0
Walsh.rf 4 2 10 OAustln.Sb 2 0 0 1 rt
Strunk.cf 4 0 1 0 0 Mlller.rf 2 13 0 0
Lajole.2b 4 2 2 1 08isler.lb 4 1 12 0 0
M'InnhUb 4 1 7 2 0Pratt,2b 113 10
King. If 4 0 0 0 0Mars'ns,cf 10 10 0
M'Elwe.lb 4 10 0 OSevereld.o 4 16 0 0
Plcln'h.o 13 8 1 n.lnhn.'n 1 n n e n
Myers,p 4 0 1 4 0Wellm'n,p 1 0 0 4 0
Totals II 10 34 10 0 Totals 21 0 27 12 0
Philadelphia .000000 0 0 0 0
St. Louis ....1 0 0 1 0 0 0-1 6
Two-base hits: Walsh, Pratt, Mclnnla,
Plcinlch, Sevoreld. Stolen bases: Austin.
Miller, Pratt, Sacrifice hits: Marsans.
Miller. Double plays: Mclnnls, Plcinlch to
Mclnnla; Weilman, Pratt to Staler. Baaea
on balla: Off Myeral, off Weilman 1. Earned
runs: Off Myers 6. Hit by pitcher: By
Myers (Pratt). Struck out: By Myers 6:
by Weilman 3, Umpires: Evans and Nel-
un.
PHILADELPHIA. St. LOUIS.
AB.H. O.A.E AB.H.O.A.E.
Lawry.lb 6 10 1 OShot'n.lf 4 0 0 0 0
OAustln.lb 10 0 11
0 Mlller.rf 1 0 4 0 0
USIeler.lb 117 0 1
lPr.tt.2b 4 114 1
0Mare'ns,cf 4 0 3 0 0
OSevereld.o f 1 0 1 0
O.lohns'n.u 4 0 4 1 A
0 0 ODav'np'Lp 110 3 0
0(0
Totala 10 T 3T 11 I
BEARS WIN SLUGF
Denver Takes Game
coin by Eight to Six
Score.
DYER MAKES HOMER
Denver, Colo., July 26. Denver
won a slugfest from Lincoln here to-
J-.. O TL. f.A f .!
uv, o iu u. j. nc icaiures 01 mc game
were Dyer's home run and the pitjji
ing of West, who relieved Harrrfl
in the sixth inning, after he haSy
lowed seven hits and Lincoln had
scored six runs. The score:
DENVER.
AB. R. U.
Miller, rf. 4 0 0 3
Kelleher, ss 4 0 1
Oaken, cf. i 1 0
Butcher, If. 4 2 2
Dyer, Sb. ) 1 l
Shields, lb 4 1 S
Lloyd, 2b 4 1 2
Shestak, c 4 1 1
Harrlnton, p 1 1 0
West, p l 0 0
Totala XI 8 10
LINCOLN.
AB. H. H.
Carl inli, If. 4 0 1
T. Smith, ss S 1 0
Thomaaon, cf. 6 2 2
Lober, rf & 1 2
Lattimore, 2b 3 0 1
Hunter, lb 3 0 1
Morse, 3b 4 0 0
Rohrer, c 4 1 1
H. Smith, p 8 1 1
Totals 34 t
Ru BJ.
0 0
2 0
0 0
Lincoln
Denver .
Three-feaae
24 13 2
0 0 3 0 2 1 0 6 tWrJv
0 5 1 0 0 0 0 i
hlte: Carlisle, KMlebor.
Butcher. Home run: Dyer. Bases on balls:
Off Harrington, 3; off H. Smith, 4. Struck
out: By Harrington, 4; by West, 3; by Smith,
t. Hits: Off Harrington, 7 In five Innings.
Stolen bases: Hunter, T. Smith, Thomaaon,
Lober. Sacrifice hits: H. Smith, Shields. Hit
by pitched ball: Carlisle, Shields. Time of
game: 1:60. Umpires: Mullen and Kane,
Walsh.rf 4 J t
Strunk.cf 3 0 1
Wltt.sa 4 14
M Innls,lb I 1 11
King, If 4 0 0
rick.ab 4
Carroll.o 8
isusn.p l
Lannlng.p 1
-i-ajoie i
0
1
0
1
0 0
McElwes 1 0 0 0 0
Totals h nut 1
Batted for Carroll In ninth.
Batted for Lanr.lng in ninth.
Philadelphia .00000010 0 1
St. Louis ....II 00200 0 6
Two-base hits: Lanning, Severeid, Daven
port Stolen bases: Austin, Pratt, Miller,
Staler. Walsh, Marsans, Lawry I. Sac
rifice hit: Miller. Sacrifice fly: Staler.
Double plays: Mclnnls (unassisted); Sever
eid to Pratt; Carroll to Witt. Bases on
balls : Off Bush 2 ; off Davenport 3 ; off
Lanning 6. Hits and , earned runs: Off
Bush 1 hit no runs In one Innings ; oft
Lanning hits, 2 runs In seven' Innings;
off Davenport 1 run. Hit by pitcher: By
Davenport (Strunk) ; by Lanning (Slsier).
Struck out: By Bush 1; by Lanning 3; by
Davenport 4. Wild pitch: Bush, Daven
port. Paaaed ball: Carroll 2. Umpires:
Nallln and Evans.
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