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THE BEE: OMAHA, ' SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, 1916.
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.' ONE FROM JOSIES
Omaha Hits Sommers Hard
and Dnimmeri Drop
' Game. .
HIKE TO FOUR IS SOOEB
Sr. Joseph, Mo., Aug. 4. (Special
Telegram.) Omaha hit Sommers hard
and the left-hander was not at hit
beat, but, nevertheless, he, is not en
titled to be credited with a defeat by
a wide margin aa that which must
appear in the acore. ' ' '
The Rourkes opened the, bill by
coring three runa. It seems to be a
way those vilitora have of acoring a
trio of runs in the opening innings
and then keep up their work in the
game. The first man up, Smith, hit
the ball for a two-base hit, Krug sac
rificed and then the next three men
vp hit safely, Krueger hitting for three
bases. By the way, this man Krueger
bad l bad day, only getting four hits
in four times at bat, two of them two
base hits and one a triple. The single
was evidently unintentional. - These
four hits gave the Rourkes their three
run lead at the 4tart . , '-
Drummers) Score Four Runs.
But the Drummers scored four runs
in their half of the first and the home
tawd began to take heart again.
Krause started the pitching for Omaha
and lasted until ont man was out in
the first inning. - Wright, first man up,
hit for three bases and came home on
the throw m. sThe hit mieht by a
very slight stretch on the scorer's
part be called a home run. Keating
doubled and Jourdan singled, then
Kirkham hit safely and three runs
were in, with the score in a knot On
Marty Krug s error, when the ma
aaer droDDed an easy cutout. Kirk'
ham scored and the Drummers had a
one run lead.. In the fifth the Rourkes
tied the score when Smith was hit by
a pitched ball, went to second when
Kruk walked and scored on an error.
In the sixth the score' was made 6 to
4, two hits, one of these a double by
Kruea-er. two bases on balls and a
fielder's choice, did the, work in that
inning and the Rourkea went nicely
into the lead and they were never
beaded. " j.- .' v ,; .-,
Add Two Mora to Total
',;iri the eighth inning '. the RourVes
added two more to their, total ana
then in the ninth came one more run
for the visitors. The scores in the
eighth came in this style: Burg hit
for three bases and scored on a sacri
fice and Krug scored after singling
on a long hit to. center, field after he
had been advanced a base on a sacri
fice. The final score-came on Kriie.
ger's triple into left field. ' -5 .
Sioux Defeated in
Wichita, Kan., Aug. 4. Lraig, a
recruit, proved effective in the
pinches today and Wichita won a
swatfest from Sioux City, 8 to 1. The
feature of the game was fourteen
put-outs by the local outfielders.
Score: . - ' " " :. . . .
, WICHITA- "v t, - '
Two Out of Three
Bur,, Sk ,
H. O. A.
Wright, ef.;. ....
Kawtlng, m. , , .,, .
Sullivan, rf. ......
O. William, Sk..
1..;.. .as 1
it i ia
H. O. A.
Tatale ',......... .as 4 4
Omaha ...... I 1 I
at. j.Mph....4 a .
B4rak..atl Br Smmm. St kv Mm. a.
nanaa un si in 1 un Hnnm, 11 orr mora. 4.
Hltel Off KraUM, 4 la ane-thlrd Inking. HII
ajr pltrheel kail i Smilh. Maartflaa kit I l-
na, nMwiunii, ant, Tn-hw hlta:
Smith, Miller, Kroegor t(, Jonrdaa, B.II-
f. Thra-haoe hltai Wright. Ban. Brui.
Ir, WLM pitch t Hommere. Left aa baaaai
St. Joaeph, S Omaha, 4. Ttawi ill. Urn
plraai Camay and Miannea.
Savages Come Back
' And Defeat Links
Topeka, Kan.. Aug:. 4 The Sav
ages came back today and by playing
errorless oan aetcatea , Lincoln, J
to !. t acore:
. . . .i LINCOLN.
Carllala, If. .
Bmllh. aa. ...
Hiuiur. Ik. .
Moraa. Ik. ...
nohrar, o. " . , .
Oragary, - p. .
Davofa, rf, ..
Enfla, it. ....
As-lar, lb, ...
Uafata, aa. .
Monro, ft. ...
Hall, P. .....
H. O. A. B.
t 1 0
't S I J i ,.4
i , -1 .
11 I 0
I la t
t I 1 0
1 1 I I
.'' 14 IS "l
H. O. A.' B.
, 0 .; S
i 4 . 1 4 4
I ." I S I
1 S 4
1 S - S , 4
4 n rr "7
....... I 1
.....0 0 0 4 9 14 6 41
OCT THE PIRATES
This Winning Makes It Seven
Games Straight That Have
' Been Taken Over.
SUPEBBAS FAST rULDERS
Brooklyn, Aug. 4. Brooklyn made
it aeven atraight today by taking the
second game of the Pittsburgh series,
2 to 0. Johnston scored the first run
when he singled and ran all the way
to third on Daubert's sacrifice, which
drew Baird away from that base and
continued home on Hinchman's wild
throw. Olson's single and Smith's
triple accounted for the other run.
Mowrey played a brilliant game at
third. Fast fielding by the Superbas
prevented the Pirates from scoring.
Score: : ;
PITTSBURGH. , BROOKLYN. - .
Balrd.lb 4 111 lJoh'on.ct S 1 1 0 0
Carer.cf 4 11
Dchulta.rf 4 0 1
H'h'an.io s l a
BrhuHl.lf 14 1
McC'hy.aa 10 1
Sehmldt.o 10 1
Harmony I 0..0
Win.r 10 0
Jaouba,p 0 0 0
ISmltk,p . S
0 Totala.27 I 27 II 0
Craig, p. i
Oilman, If. . .
Wauoo. cf. . .
Connolly, lb. .
rroaby, a. ....
Uwapar, p. ..
....;. .10 I
...11 1 11 14 14 a
.....4 0 0 0 0 4 0 1 01
.1 0 0 0 1 0 4 0 I
Mnrinca fiytv Lliaehl. Two-bana kltai
Wataon. Mata. . Oray, Brlttan, fox 4.
l'hraa.liaai. hit: Brltton. Htolan haac
Radar, Doubla play : , Oray to Halting to
Rappa. Struck ' out: ; By Qaapar, I;, by
Craig. I. Wild pilch. Craig., Tlma: 1:11,
Umplroav Colgate and Millar. m
1 I H I I 1 1 -l
hit! lloraa. Two-baaa hlta:
Smilh. Rohror. Racrlflca hit! Dafata.
Ptruck out: By Qragory, 1: by Hall, I.
Hit by pltohad ball: By Qragory, I.' Baaaa
on balla: Off Qragory, 1: off Hall, 0.
Poubla play: Lobar to Rokrar. Umplraa:
Mullan find Kana.
White Sox Stopped in
' Their Wild Career
"' ", " i ' .
, Chicago',' Aug. ' ' 4; Harry Harper
broke .Chicago's ' yvinning streak; to
drty,. when he held the locals safe
while C. Williams, Bern and Russell
were wild and .ineffective, Washing
ton winning the second game of the
double header, 8 to 3. Chicago won
the first game, J to 2; it being the
ninth straight victory, ' i;
In the initial same it was a battle'
of pitchers between Faber and John-,
son. some clever bunting helped the
White Sox win this game. The score:
1 WASHINGTON. CHICAGO.
' AB.H.O.A.B ' 4B.H.O.AU
Hlltn.cr -4 0 0 1 IW'avar.aa 11411
Poatar.lb 4 1 I 1'l.nrilna.lk 10 4 10
Moollar.lf 10 10 ONaaa.lb I 111 I 1
Rlca.rf 4 1 0 0 0F.li.ih.cf I 1 I 0 0
Wllll'a,lb t o 0 OHchalk.c 1 1 1 I 0 0
Morgan, Ik 4. 0 I 1 OMi M'tji.lk I 0 0 I l
Alna'ltb.o 4 0 4 1 OFabar.p I 0 0 I t
Joh'aun.a 1 1 0 4 4 '
j Totala. 14 T 17 14. I
, TotaU. II 1 14 II I
Waahlngum.,. a 0 0 1 0 0 0 I 1..I
Chicago .0 4 I 0 I 1 I 01
Stolan 'ban, Moallar. flacrfflca kits:
Waaver, Schalk, McMullnl, K. Colllna, Dou
Ma plays; Alnamlth, Poatar and WHIlama;
Waavar and Noaa. Baaaa on ballai . Off
Johnaoa. I; orr Pabor, I, -Barnad runa: Off
Johnaoa, I: off Pabar 1. Struck out: By
Johnaoa, 4: by Paber 1. Umplraa Hilda,
brand and Owan. Bcora, -aacond gamal
f" WASHINOTON'. ' CHICAOO. '''-.
1 - AB.H.0.A.B. ' - AB.H.O.A.B
Hllan,cf 0 14 0 OJCIIns.rf t 0 I. 1 0
roaier.ao - a a a 1 I w avar.aa 0
OMoM In.lb 4
TotaU. II 0 2414 ,1
Battad for. Harmon In algbth.
Plttaburgh ....0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 00
Brooklyn ...., 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 I
Baaa hit: Bafrd. Thraa-naaa hits: Caray,
amlth. Hacrlfloa .hit: Daubert Doubla
playa: .Mowray. to Daubort, Mowray to Mc
carty, Mowray to Cutahaw. Baaaa on balU:
Off Harmon, 2: off Smith, 1. Hlta and
aarned runa: Off Harmon, I hlta, 1 run In
aayan Innlnga; off Jacoba, no tuna, no hlta
In ona Innlnga. Btruck out: By Harmon.
1 Umplraa: Rlglar and Harrlaon. s i.
Union Giants Will v
7,i Mif With Brandeis
The Chicago Umon Giants will play
a three-game series with the crack
Brandeia Stores nine. Saturday and
Sunday. One game will be played
Saturday and a double-header Sunday,
The games will bep layed at Rourke
park. Sunday Manager Bradford will
send Olson and Rhode, his atar hurl
ers, against the Chicago colored
cracks, while Burch and Simpson, two
of the niftiest dusky-hued hurlers
who ever stepped on the mound, will
pastime for the Giants. "
Elizabeth Davis Wins
Country Club Golf Play
. Miss Elizabeth Davis, with a net
score of 86, won the Elmer Redick
troohv in the eighteen-hole compe
tition at the Country club Thursday.
Leading net scores were as follows:
Mlaa Kllaabath Davta .".41 44 II
Mra. J. T. Btawart. II ,.,..,.. 47 47 1
Mm. Ulan Wharton ............. 41 46 II
Mra. Ralph Patara 45 4610
Standing pj Teams
WEST. LEAGUE. NAT. Lit Ad US.
' ; W.LPct. ' SUM
Omaha 01 SH .SIS Brooklyn ....61 14 .130
Llnooln i.. .67 41 .SSSlPhlla 63 II .674
Daa Molnaa 44 40 .600Boaton 61 IS .171
Sioux City. 41 II .481,' New Tork...47 46 .011
Topoka ......46 62 ,44jChlcago ....46 62.461
Oanvor ... .46 63 .4611 Plttaburgh ..40 61 .436
Wichita ....46 64 .466 St. Loula. . ..44 57 .480
St. Joaaph .40 6S .417 Cincinnati ..3011.110
AMBR. LEAOUB. AMBR. ASSN.
Chicago . ...6S 43 .67 Kanaaa Clty.3 46 .404
ooaion do 42 ,dti indlanapolla 68 46 .&
Claveland ..66 44.660
Now York... 63 44 .636
Dotrolt 64 41 .624
Waahlnglon 60 41 .510
St. Loula . .61 43 .610
Loulavllle ...5S 46 .663
Mlnnaapolla 63 14 .630
.40 40 .600
.21 60 .240
' Omaha, I; St, Joaeph, 4.
Dea Molnaa, 8: Denver, 4.
' Lincoln, 1; Topaka, I.
. hunt City; 1 : Wichita. I. '
4 It. Loula, 1: Philadelphia I.
Chicago, 0; Naw York 2. j
Cincinnati, I; Boaton, 0.
Plttaburgh, 0: Brooklyn, 3.
. AMERICAN LEAOUB,
Waahlngton, l-l: Chicago, l-l, ' i 1 ,"
Boaton, 1 ; St.. Iula, 6. 1 "
New York. I; Detroit, 6. ? .
Philadelphia, I: Clavaland, I. ;f
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. ' .
Zndlanapolla, 0: Columbua,- I.' V .
Loulavllle, 7: Toledo, 1,
Ullwaukaa, 1: Kanaaa City, I. .
, Gamee Today.
Weatarn League Omaha at Topakal
Sioux City at Denver, Lincoln at St
Joaeph. Daa Molnaa at Wichita.
National League St. Loula at Philadel
phia. Chicago at Naw York, Cincinnati at
Boaton, Plttaburgh at Brooklyn,
American League Waahlngton at' Chi
cago, Boaton tot St. Loula. New York at
Detroit, Pklladelphla at Claveland.
An afternoon at the ball game at
Rourke park has been added to the
program of entertainment the Omaha
wholesalers and jobbers will provide
for visiting merchants during Mer
chants' Market week. 1 - ...
The wholesalers and' jobbers have
purchased all the boxes at Rourke
park for the afternoon of August 10,
the day the Rourkes return home
from, their long road trip, and the
ticketa will be distributed among the
visiting merchants. It is expected
300 or 400 of them will attend. ,
Denver will be the attraction that
day. ' - '-,
Mayor Jim to Officiate ,'
At the Wild West Show
Mayor Dahtman has gone to New
York city, where he will be pne of
the officials at the frontier .days'
show to be staged at the Sheepshead
Bay speedway. '
The eastern-wild west spectacle is
the same one staged in Omaha re
cently by the Irwin Bros.' show,
under the auspices of Ak-Sar-Ben.
NEW YORK DROPS . ;
GAME TO TIGERS
Art Hofman of Old Chicago
Oubi Back and Playing the .'
Game With the Yanks.
HEAT , PUTS DUBEO OUT
Detroit, Mich., Aug. 4. In an er
ratic contest in which only one run on
either side should have scored, New
York was beaten by the Tigers today,
5 to 2. It was the eighth atraight de
feat ' for the easterners. Shawkey
pitched a beautiful game, but two wild
throws by himself and one by Bau
mann cost him five tallies.
Dubuc, like Shawkey, pitched well
and fielded badly. He was forced to
retire at the end of the eighth, the in
tense heat overpowering him. Artie
Hofman of the old Chicago Cubs made
his debut with the Yankee togs and
got two. hits, besides stealing a base.
An unassisted double play by Vitt was
the big feature of the fray. Score:
..- NEW YORK. ; DETROIT. "
. AJJ.M.U.A.IS. AB.HU.A.E.
P k'p'h.aa 4
Malaal . 1
1 bStanaf o,o
1 0 Bo land, p
0 0 tt-'w ford
Totali. 2 S 7 J? S i
Totals. SO 4 24 U 3
Batted (or Dubuc In lfhth.
Battod for Gedon In ninth.
Ntw York.... 0 e 1 0 0 1 0 t
Detroit i 0 0 1 0 0 t I
Stolon bus: Hofmin. Sacrifice hlti; Vltt,
Buah, StanasT: Sacrifice fltea: Pipp, Veach.
Double playa: Pipp to PecklnpaUBh, Vltt
(VUiasaiated). Baaee on balla; Off Shawkey,
1; off Dubuo, 4; off Boland, t. " "Hlta and
earnel runa: Off Dubuc, 4 hlta, t run Id
elrht lnntnn: off Boland. nob etn one tn-
nln; off Shawkey, no runa. Struck out:
By Shawkey, 1; by Dubuo, I. Umph-ea:
Bvane and O'jLoufhtln.
Taohtlntqnadron nut of New York T.
Ca, Ft. Poad bay to MatUpoinett, conuno
dere'a eupn. , South oHrsey retatto at So
lale City, N. J.
Pole .Amamal toiiniament of Waetcheeter
Pole lut apene at Newport, B. h
. TeeudaA-Weetera championship twwnament
pone at Chlcafo. Pennsylvania state Junior
toiuMment opens at Cynwyd, Pa. Indiana
state ehimplonahlp tournament opens at
Indiana poll a.
SlulAnnval tournament of Wisconsin
Skat leafiM open at Menaeha, Sunday.
Swimming National A. A. V. 440-yards
ehaenpionhip at Travera' Island. N. Y.
AoUnMbile-9peedway rmeet at Taooma,
Wild Pitch Helps
The Braves to Win
' Boston, Aug. 4. Boston won from
Cincinnati today, 5 to 2. A wild pitch
by Knetzer and a passed ball by
Wingo netted Boston two easy runs.
Evers was out of the Braves' lineup
for a few days' rest, Fitzpatrick play
ing second. The acore:
AB.H.O.A.B. AJU.H U.A.B.
Louden. lb 4
0 0Wllh't,rt 0
1 .1Maiee.lt 4
0 OK'tchy.lb I
1 d3mllh,3b I
1 19'dg'aa.ct I
1 0Bl'kb'rn,o 4
1 CRudolph.s I 0 0 I :
0 0 Totala. 14 10 27 10 I
Totals. 10 11412 5
Batted for Knelaer In aeventh.
Batted (or Emmer In ninth.
Batted for Schuls In ninth.
Cincinnati ....0 1 0 0 0 0 1 01
Boaton .......0 0 0 0 0 1 I I
Two-baaa hlta: Blackburn, Smith, Rouch,
Maranvllle. Three-baaa hit: Smith. Stolen
baaea: Konatchy. Neat. Saerlfloa hit:' Ru
dolph. Doubla playa: Groh to Chaae, Ko.
netchy btunaaatatad), Louden to Chaaa to
Wlng0. rBaaaa on balla: Qff Schuls, I; off
Rudolpht 1; off Knataor, I. Hlta and
aarned runa: Off Schulf, I hlta, 1 run In
two Innlnga. Struck out: By Knataor, fi; by
Schuls, 1; by Rudolph. 0. Umplraa: Quigley
BOOSTER BEATS BEAR
Des Moines ' Wins . Eight-to-Four
Battle With Denver,
Going Seven Frames.
EIGHT PASSES BY FORD
Denver, Colo., Aug. 4.-Des Moines
won today's game . with Denver,
here, 8 to 4, in seven innings. Eight
passes were issued by Ford, who also
allowed fifteen hits. Scores
Hahn. ' rf
Hunter, cf . . .
13 I II 21 S
Total. 23 4 7 21 12 1
Called and of aaventb, darkneae.
Dea Molnaa 0 2 110 1 11
Denver , 0 1 1 0 0 S 0 4
Two-baaa hlta: Hunter (I), Lloyd, Ewoldt.
Baaea on balla: Off Pord, I; off Thomaa, 1.
Struck out: By Ford, 4; by Thomaa, 1.
Sacrifice flllea: Ford, Dyer. Sacrifice hlta:
Shlelda, Hartford. Btolea baae: Jonea.
Double playa: Kelleher to Lloyd to
Shield., Jonaa '(unaaeiated). Wild pitch:
Ford: Time: 1:20. Umplraa: Eckman and
Anderaon. i ,
No Cracks la Brooklyn. I'
Speaklhf of the cracking of several of our :
vary beat pennant contendera. Manager Wit- '
bert Roblnaon of the Brooklyn Robin oplnoa
that then la nothing Ilka that In the Robin
:gRAINY people find
cheer and -wholesome
refreshment in Coca-
. Cola for example
Moeller.lt 10 0 0
At Columbua: , It. H. .
todlanaoolla ...II I I 1 It I 00 11 I
f Columbua 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 11 I I
'' Bnttertee; Dawaon and Gooeett;- Brady,
.i Pioh. tMckorao and Pratt.;
, . At Toledo: " R. H. B.
lntevllla ......2 1 0 S 1 0 0 r 10 0
Tolle . .........0 0 0 0 04 0 0 1 I 0 0
! Battarlaa: Perdue and Blllaga: Adama,
. Strand and Walla, Swoaney. . 1
At Kanaaa City: - R. H. .
' yllwaakea .....0 S 0 I 1 O S
ii kaaaaa City....! I 1 0 1 I I I I II S
Bnttaaiae: Shackelford and btlhoafors
Cratehar and Hargrava. ' . ' ' . .
H St. Paal at allnaaapolla. aoatpeaeoj cala.
AtMct the only war Goanle Mack can
k vm le to provide the AthlvUe with
. reralla ln4 send 'em to Nerwar.
t ability to elld ownward would op
at wtYi-d'a rajard.
t I I
0 0 0 0
Rlca.rf 4 11 I
AWII'a,lb 4 I I 0
Hanry.o I 1 11 0
Mc'H'de.aa I J I J
Haroor.D I 0 0 1
loiaia.a. i a f ia ZJiana.p
. , , i . .. v.Kal'lta
v .v ' C1cotta,p 0
. ' 'l.ynn ' 1
. ' Danford,p 0
.. . , . . T Totala. IS It H
. Batted for Iluaaall w aiith.
Batted tor Clootta In eighth. '
Waahlngton.. 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 I-
Calcago 4 I 10 1 0 0 0-
Two-baaa hit: Mian. Three.baae 'bltl.t
Jaekaon, Footer, stolen baaea: Foatar, Mor.
gen, Wearer. McMullln. B. Oolllna (I).
Bnanaa, ueooia. uouDla playa: McMullln
tunaaaUtadl; J. Colllna. Schalk, McMullln,
Schalk ta E. Colllna Baaea on balla. Off
William., 1; off Harper; I: art RuaealL 1;
aft Clcotte. I: art Danforth. 1. Hlta and
earned runa: Off Wolfgang, I hlta, no Tuna
la ona laalng; off Bens, I hlta.. S runa la
onetalrd lantng; off Clootto. no hlta, no
rane in two innlnga: on Wllllaraa. I hlta.
a runa re inrae innlnga: off Ruaaail, l hlta.
a. runa In ona and twa-thlrdo Innlngai off
uantorta, a aita, s run. m on. Inning; oft
Harper. I hlta. no ruaa. Struok outt Bg
Ruea.ll. Ii by Clootta, li by Harper, J. Una-
ptraai vwena aaa unaaaran.
An Inaraaaa at II.T4I paid Want Ads for
1U Hwmt - - MAK.k. -. . . . . ' . . . .
ad" mora each weekls aomething worth
araggtag abouL THB BKB did it.
o J t aw m mm mm w m mi -mm venm -m Jmt . 1 , , it 1 irw meP 'i
lucanainea) ancouraoa aubatrtution. I , W sJjV' ' VJmr'ty' 6 I
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is the opening of a
bottle of Gund's
Its mellow, delicious, snappy
flavor and sparkling clear-'
ness are 80 entirely different
and so much more satisfying
than ordinary beers that dis
criminating people will have
no other but
Its mild, creamy flavor and
tang make you wonder why
you ever put up with the hard,
bitter taste of many other beers.
And every sparkling drop
has been just as good just
as pure, as clean and as whole
some since away back in 1854.
Only the clean, scientific and
careful Gund methods could
possibly brew such appetizing
and satisfying beer.
Delivered to your home in
the case or obtainable at
your club, restaurant or bar.
Every taste is a genuine treat
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U Crosse, Wis.
Family Trad Supplied , br Carl
Forth, 716 So. 16th St, Omaha, Nab.
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