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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, 1916.
BRINGING UP FATHER
International News Serrlce.
Drawn for The Bee by George McManus
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Keeps Hits Well Scattered and
Ambitious Josies Are Out
Down on the Runway.
Keeping 'Em Scattered
BOURSES HAMMER HOVLIK
By the limpl method of blanking
the Josies in the-- pinchei, Cecil
Thompson earned shutout victory
over St. Joseph yesterday afternoon,
6 to 0.
Cecil was bumped for eight hits,
but all the bumping occurred at times
inopportune for the Drummers, which
is a very good time to have the oppo
sition do the bumping. Several times
the Drummers got men on base, but
always Cecil negotiated to have them
cut down there or stranded. Six
times Joetown runners were nailed at
second or third.
On the other hand, young Mr. Hov
lilt, who chucks a ball of the fire
brand nature, was pretty punk. Or, at
least, he was easy for the Rourke
sluggers. He was nicked for ten safe
swats and the swats came when we
wanted them. He also was generous
with the free transportation. ,
First Rrun t Gift. '
The first Roprke run was gift. In
the second stania Miller singled and
took second on a passed ball, but was
caught at third on Krueger'i ground
er. Ernie, however, callooed to third
, when Cy Forsythe- sunk a tioisyj hit
to center. Hovlik hit the clouds for
a moment and passed Kilduff, filling
. the bases. Then he passed Burg,
forcing Krueger over the rubber with
the tally that was enough to cop the
combat. r '
' A walk to Kewoie started thinzs in
the fourth. Kewpie then stole second
and after Burg flew out, Cecil
Thompson drew a pass. Krug's triple
to center scored both Kewpie and
Cecil and the frav was on ice.
Cecil Thompson's hit, a walk to
Smith, Krug's sacrifice and Fustier'
beautiful center-field ' throw scored
another in the sixth, and in the eighth
a walk to Burg, Cecil, Thompson's
sacrifice, Smith s. single and an error
by Jourdan gave our heroes two more
; Miller Swats Ball.
Fielding nlays by Earl Smith,
Shag Thompson and Marty Krug
featured the Rourke defensive, while
Ray Miller's slugging was of a Ty
character. Ray made four hits, one
of them a swell bunt.
Kewpie Kilduff lugged a limp that
would make anybody think he just
escaped from the trenches or waa a
member of the Yanks. Whether the
limn waft caused hv a inn ntn nr
whether he did it or the benefit of
theies is a mooted issue, but suspicion
is strong. (
Today the Rourkea and Tosiea will
stage a double-header, starting at 2
o'clock. The same thing will occur
Boosters Bat Well,
. Defeating Wichita
Des Moines, Aug. 18. Des Moines
pounded Koestner .hard here today
ana won tne tirst gam tot the Wich
ita series, 7 to 2. Scored
AB. B. H. O. A. E.
mlth. It. 4 I 1 t I
Krm, lb 4 0 1 I 1
J. Tbotnpaon, ef . . . S tt 0 S 0 0
Miller, lb. '. S 4 IS 0
Kniea-er, e .... 4 1 1 S fl . 0
Fomrthe, rf 4 0 0 0 0
Klldnff, h 1 1 I 4 S
Bum, 8b. ...-... I IS
0. Thompton, p, . .. , t 1 10 1 0
Writ-lit, ef. ...
MrC.be, Sb. .
Jeurdeo, lb, .,
Kirk turn. If. .
SuIIIymi. rf. .
KeaUnc, H. ..
jrnaner, e. ...
Hovlik, a, ,,,
Ruin ....... t S 0 t 0 I 4
11IU t I I S i I -!
nans ,4..., .0 o
HIU S I I
Thret haae hltl Knif. ,
Miller. Wrlrht. "ulllv.n.
Kruf, C. ThempMB. Htolen baeeel 9. Tbomp-
een, Kliaaff. Double plan Hotiik e rua
aer to Jourdaa. Htruek euti By C. Thompson
tl br Horllk, 4. Baaee en ballet Otf HorUk,
a. Hit br eltrhed belli Kraeaer. Paseed
ball! Futner. Left on baeeet Omaha, lit
St. eeeph, 4. Time: H4S. Lmnlreei Miller
LINKS BLANK SAVAGE
Pitcher Halla Proves Too
Much for the Kapsans
, AB. R. H. O. A. B.
fox. rf I 1,1,1 e
Literal, ee 4 0 1 I 1
Brltton, lb 4 4 I 4 I I
Col, It... I I 1 I I
Urar, e 4 114 1
Qrlltlth. lb 1117 11
Repps, rf 4 4 1 1 I I
Hannah, lb 4 4 4 1 1 1
Koestner, p I I I I . I I
Hunt 1 I 14 14
Craig, p.., 1 I ' I
Total II I I II l
DES MOINES. , ,
''.. , AB. R. H. 0. A. .
Haen, rf 4 11111
Hunter, ef 4 I 1 I 4 0
Hartford, e.. 4 I I 0 I I
.!,.. lb.,j. ( 111
Jonte, lb I 1 I 10 I 0
Hrren, If - I 1 i D
Rll.br. 0..... 4 4 1111
Kwcldt, lb 4 'S 1,14
HluUibotaera, p.... 11 0 1 -e
ToUla t...;.....'..ll "l 14 17 "'l"i
H. 0. A.
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4 I tt I
GIANTS AND CUBS
HAVE EVEN BREAK
Errors Help New Tork, While
Long Hits Brin gResults in
First Game Played.
CUBS BUST IS SECOND
WESTERN LBA0UENATIONAL LEAGUE.
Lincoln ...68 46 .Sb
Des Molnee E7 M .(14
Sioux City 64 (I .4I!
Denver ...61 61 .4.1
Topeka ...60 62 .44
Wichita ...60 6! .446
Chicago, Aug. 18. Giants and Cubs
divided slugging matches today. Er
rors helped New York -win the first,
8 to 1, but long hits by the Giants
off Prendergast, including a triple by
Merkle which cleaned the bases in
the fourth inning were big factors.
Brown pitched a strong five and two
thirds innings and except in the first,
Ferritt was invincible'
In the second game the Cubs
pounded Anderson for six hits in the
fifth inning, which with two errors,
netted six runs, winning by 8 to 6.
A poor throw by Zeider when a good
one would have retired the side,
gave Robertson, a chance to hit the
ball over the fence, with two on
bases, in the fifth. Ud to that time,
Paul Carter, the Indianapolis recruit,
pitched great ball, but retried after a
single had been made in the sixth in
ning, the score
ALLOWS BUT THREE HITS
Lincoln, Aug. 18. Lincoln's pre
mier pitcher Jack Halla, pitched in
vincibly and the Savages could not
break into the score column with
more than three hits. Errors by To
peka helped Lincoln to win, 3 to 0.
Devore, If. .,,
Monroe, rf. ..,
Ooodwla. lb. .,
Delate, ee. ...
Lathrop, p. ,,,
To tela .....
Oarllele, If. ...
Lober, rf. ' ,
Morse, lb. ,
Hunter, lb. ..,
PJohnaon, e, .
, AB. R.
0 Baler, lb
6 0 14 0
Totale. II 10 17 II oBorwn.p I
AB. R. H.
I 1 1
O. A. E.
Totale It I I 17 II I
Topeka 6 I t I I 4 4 4 -o
UnoolB l e i e e -
Three-baee hit: Devore. Double play: Car
lisle to Jobaeoni Lathrope ta Qoodwtn to
Aflor. Stolen beaeol Carlisle, Moree, Lattl
more. Sacrifice hit: Cariule. Struck out:
By Lathrop, 6. Bases on bells: Off Halla,
Is off Lathrop, 1, eft on bases: Lincoln. 6;
Topeka, I.. Timet 1:11. . Umpires: Mullen
an Carney.' - ' 1
Indians Start Fast,
W; Conquering Bears
Sinox City, la., Aug. 18. Sioux City
frame and Schardt held the Bean
.scoreless until the ninth, the Indians
winning the opening game from Den
ver by a score of 7 to 3. Score:
AB. R. H. O. A. .
Killer, rf I 0.11 ,11
Oakeet cf. ......
Batted for Xosthor la sixth. . . . ,
Wichita ..4 I t 4 4 1 I I 01.
Des Moines ...4 I I I I 4 t I 7
Two-base kite: Coy. Griffith, Rliaby,
Hunter. Sacrifice hlta: Llteohl, Hartford.
Meloea, Breen. Hlnlnbothem. Stolen base:
Eeroldt. Left on beeee: Wichita, 11: Dee
Moines, I. Struck aut: By Hlnlnbothem. I;
by Koeetner, I; by Creli. 1. Baaee on belle:
Off Ulrilnbothau. 1; off Koeetner, I: off
Cratf, 1. Hlta aafl mas: Oft Koeetner, I
hftsj I runs In five Inntnva; , off Crate, 6
hlta. I rune la three Inning. Double pleyb:.
Koeetner W'lh! to Orltflth. Henneh to
, Orlfflth. Time: l:4--TJmplr.: Kane.
Gasoline Down Another Cent
Announces Standard Oif
New York, Aug, 18. The Standard
Oil company announced ' tonight a
' further reduction of one cent in the
price of gasoline. , .i
Far ChUdrea'a Gaach. "' ' ,
- . Ton eannot uae anythlnff better for your
. child's, couch jiaA eeltf.: the Dr.- Klace
New Dteeovery. CettUtM aothtnt harmful.
Uiuventeed. At anniuita. 10c Adv.
Meta, lb ..,
Lejeune, of . . . k
Croeby, o. ..........
Schardt, p ,
II I 71 It
AB. R. H. ' O.
Tatel. ........ ....SI
Denver' '114 1 I
Sioux city l a l i
Left on beeee: Sioux City, 7: Denver, 4.
Sacrifice hlta: Lejeune,. Sbtelde. Two-bsee
hlte: Kelleher, Butcher. Three-beee hit:
Dver. Stolen Baaee: Lejeune. Mats. Connolly.
Ollmore. Double playe: Meta to Rder..Dyer
to Lloyd to Shlelde, Struck out: By Schardt.
t; by Meneer. I. Baeee On bells: Off Manser.
I. Paseed ball: Bheetek. Wild pitch: Manser.
Hit by pitched ball: By Schardt. Beetak.
Time: 1:40. umpire: enennoQ. ?
Johnson. Beats , ,
' Newport, R. :JH Aug. 18. William
M. Johnson of San Francisco qualified
for the final round in' the Casino lawn
tennis tournament today by defeating
Harold A. Throckmorton of Eliza
beth, N. J the intcrscholastic cham
pion, in four seta, 4-6, 6-1, 6-3, 6-3.
- Tot4f.ti.SS 117 14 i
Bfttttd (or rackard In third.
New' Tork ....I 0 4 J 0 ft
Chicago l 0 0 0 Q 0 0 0
Twotan htto: Burni, Kauff, Koohor, BUI
ot. Thre-t tltti; Uoyle, Merklo. Stolen
baieii Burna, Doyle. Doubt playi: Wor-
tman to Knabe. Baiei oir balls: Off Perrltt,
I: off Brown, 1. UlU and earned runs:
Oft Perrltt, I hits and 1 run In nine In
nlnfs; off Prenderiast, 7 hits and 6 runs
in thrss and one-thlrd tnnlngn, off Brown,
3 hits, no runs In five and two-thirds ln
nlnis. Hit by pitched ball: Fletcher by
Brown. Struck out: By Perrltt, 6; by
Prsnderfast, 1; by Brown. . Umpires
ttason and Riffler. Score, second game:
NEW TORK. CHICAGO.
AB.H.O.A.E.Z'der.S.lE 6 s o i i
Standing of Teams
W. L. Pet.
Brooklyn .. 7 .637
Phila II 41 .(12
Boston ....68 41 .6S
New Tork .63 60 ,615
Pittsburgh 4 67 .447
Chicago ...48 1 .440
St. LOUIS .49 84 .41!
St. Joseph 44 66 .404,CinclnnaU .43 70 .381
AMSJR. LEAGUE. AMER. ASSN.
W. I Pet. I W. L. Pet
Boston ...66 .47 ,680Kansas City 70 48 .bU
Chicago ..84 61 .6671 Indlanaplls 67 61 .688
Cleveland .82 61 .64j Louisville ,.67 61 .688
St. Louis ..83 63 .5391 8 1. Paul ...6 66 .618
Detroit ...61 64 .6S4 Toledo ....51 58 .513
Now Tork .80 (3 .63tMInneapIls .60 60 .496
Wash. ....68 68 .4771 Columbus .45 68 .98
Phila. ,. ...31 86 .llllMllwauke 48 77 .347
St. Joseph, 0: Omaha, 1
Denver, 3; Sioux City, 7.
Wiohlta, 2; Des Moines, 7.
Tuptka, 0; Lincoln, 1.
Boston, S; St. Louis, 4.
Now Tork, 8; Chicago, 1.
Philadelphia, 1; Cincinnati,, 0.
Brooklyn, ; Pittsburgh, 0.
Detroit, 1; Washington, I.
St. Louis, 4; Philadelphia, 1.
Cleveland, 3; New Tork 4 (11 Innings).
Chicago, 11; Boston, 6.
Columbus, 3-1; St. Paul) 1-4.
Louisville, 11; Milwaukee, 1.
Indianapolis, 1; Kansas City, 7.
Toledo, 7; Minneapolis, 8.
Western League St Joseph at Omaha,
Denver at Sioux City, Wichita at Das
Moines, Topeka at Linooln.
National League Boston at St Louis,
New Tork at Chicago, Philadelphia at Cin
cinnati, Brooklyn at Pittsburgh.
American League Detroit at Philadel
phia, St. Louis at Washington. Cleveland at
Boston, Chicago at New Tork.
annd, T hits and no runs In nine Innings:
off Schneider, 7 hits, 1 run in eight In-
nlnnt off Schuls, 1 hit, no runs In one
inning. Struck out: By Alexander, 1; by
Schneider, 1. Umpires: Klem and Emslle.
s8,t fane .. 0 sevenv-'L
fit Louis Defeats Boston.
St. Louis, Mo.. Aug. 11. A single by
Snyder, batting for Corhan In the tenth,
scored Betsei from third with the run that
won for St Louis over Boston today, 4 to
1, Betsei walked and stole. After Doak
popped to Konetchy, Betsei went to third
on Wilson's out Nehf was taken out for
Barnes and Snyder hit the second ball
pitched, scoring the winning run. The
Course Record in
Milwaukee. Autt. 18. With a rec
ord-breaking round of 66, George O.
Simpson of Oak fark club, Chicago,
today took the lead in the western
open golf championship at the 31ue
Mound club at the end of 54 holes,
with a total of 214. James Barnes
of Philadelphia had a total of 213 at
the end of the third round, while
George Sargent of Minneapolis, Wal
ter Hagen, Rochester, N. Y., and Bob
Peebles of Champaign, 111., had 216.
Jack Hutchinson of Pittsburgh and
Alexander Ross of Detroit had 218.
Harry Turpie of Red Wing, Minn.,
took 78 this morning for a total of 219.
Simpson also broke the record for
the 9 holes with 31.
Andrews Wins Keren Ttfl.ee.
Oreeley Center, Neb., Auk. 11. Bpeelal
Telegram.) Andrewe won his eleventh
lame Sunday when he shut out Cedar Rap
Ida on their home grounds with two hits,
I to 4. Ths . all-around fast fielding- ot
Oreeley featured. Ollllgan waa wild and was
Batterlea: Oreeley Center, Andrew, and
Spellman; Ceder Rapids, Gllllgan and dell.
Struck out: By Andrews, 1; by Ollllgan, t.
Hit by pitched ball: By Ollllgan, 1. Bases
on balls: Otf Ollllgan, C.
Athletics Far Western A. A. I". track
and field championships at Ban Diego, CaL
Tennis Minnesota state championship
tournament opens at White Bear Lake,
Minn. South Jersey open championship
tournament at Ocean City, N. J. Southern
Maine champ Ion, hip tournament opens at
Squirrel Island. Me. Annual tournament of
Peoria Lawn Tennis association opens at
Canoeing Annual regatta of Northwest
ern Canoe association at Ht. Paul.
Bayonne (N. J.) People's regatta on New
Golf Kansas City to ornament opens at
KanM City. Mo,
Racing Opening of second meeting of
King Edward Jockey dab at Montreal.
Swimming Two-mile Mississippi river
swim for women at St. Louis.
Automobile Annual Grand Prix raee over
the Maywoad course, near Chicago.
Yachting Annual regatta of Stamford
Yacht club, Long Island Sound. Annual race
meet of Oshkosh Yacht club on Lake Win
Boxing Jimmy dabby against Let
Darcy. twenty rounds, at Sydney, Australia.
Jack Blackburn against Young Ahem, six
rounds, at Philadelphia. y
Jim Thorpe Becalled.
Milwaukee, Wis., Aug. 17. Outfielder
Jim Thorpe, secured by Milwaukee from
the New York Nationals last spring was
recalled today. He will report at the end
of the season.
Bee' Want Ads produce results.
Race Horses Come
For Big Events in
Omaha Next Week
Omaha for the next seven days will
be the Mecca of all horsedom own
ers, handlers and drivers and track
followers in general, and, of course,
the stars of the harness racing world.
The Great Western circuit meeting,
to be held at the speedway track
Tuesday to Saturday, inclusive, of
next week, under the auspices of the
Omaha Driving club, is attracting the
cream of the country's turf celebrities
Stables of fast horses from all parts
of the United States have been arriv
ing in Omaha the last few days; the
majority of the Great Western circuit
starters will get here Sunday and
Monday, after a five days' meeting at
Burlington, la., which closes today.
Approximately a quarter ot a thou- i
sand race horses will be stabled at the
East Omaha plant of the Driving club V I
by Tuesday morning.
' BaTenna Team Wine.
Revenna. Neb., Aug. IS. (Special.) Thl
Cueter county ball teem, from Berwyn, wet
defeated by the local team yeaterday, I to X.
Hunter . I
0 0Fl.ok.rf 4 101
1 IMann.cf 1 4 0 0 0
I OSeler.lb 4 111 0 0
I lMoll'ts.lt 1 0 3 0 0
C lZ'man.lb 110 0 0
1 OBIIIott.c 4 1 10 1 0
I OKnabe.lb 4 1110
I OW't'an.sa 4 4 110
1 OCarter.p S 0 0 .4 0
0 0Hendrlx.p 1 0 0 9 0
0 0 Totals. II 11 17 II I
Totals. 1? 1 14 II I
Batted for Bchupp In alath.
eBatted for -Benton In ninth.
New Tork ....0 0 0 0 4 0 1
Chicago I I 0 0 I 1 1 I
Two-bass hits: Doyle. Zeider. Burns, Her-
sog, Menn. Three-baas hlta: Anaereon,
Home run: Roberteon. Stolen besea: Mer
kle (l, Kelly (I). Double playe: Carter
to Wortman to Baler. Baseo on belle: un
Andereon, 1: off Carter, li on Hendrlx. 1.
Kits and earned runa: Off Andereon. hlta.
I runa In four and one-third tnnlnce; en
Benton, I hlte, I runs, in tnree tnninge; on
Bchupp, I hlta and no runa In tow-thlrda
Innlngas off Carter, I hlte and 1 run In
Ave Innlnge, (none out In slith); off Hen
drls, I hits jind I runa In four Innlnge
Hit by pitched ball: Herkel by Carter.
Strusk out: By Andereon, li by Benton, I:
by Carter, 1: by Hendrlx. I. Umpires: Rlg
Isr and Bason.
Cheney Shot Out Brooklyn.
PHleburgh, Pa., Aug. II. Effective pitch
ing by Cheney enabled Brooklyn to ehut out
Pltteburgh today, I to 0. Harmon wae hit
herd la the second Inning, when four rune
were scored on slnglee by McCerty. Cut
ehaw and Mowrey. Belrd'eerror and Mlllera'
double. The vlsltora scored two more In
the ninth Inning on a baee on belle to Ol
son, ' Mlller'e hit, MoCerty's srror and J.
Johnson's sacrifice fly. The scoro:
. ABHO.A.B. AB.H.O.A.B.
J.Toh'n.ct 1 0 5 0 OBalrd.lb 4 1111
e vi:arey,oi e v .
I 08chulle.lt 4 11
0 0H'h'an.rf 111
1 OBchultsJb 4 0 1
1 OWJ'h'n.lb I 1 II
I 0McChy.ee 111
1 eptacher.e 4 11
I lHermon.p 111
HcC'y.lb 4 11
C'haw.lb 4 11
Cheney.n 4 0 0
Totala.il II! I 1 ;-
Totals. II I IT IT I
eBatted for Harmon In ninth.
Brooklyn 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 I
Pltteburgh ,...0 000000 0 (
Two-beee hlte: McCerty. Miller. Hlnch
man. Btolea baeee: Miller, Cheney. Bacrlfioe
fly: J. Johnston. Beeee on belle: on Cheney.
4: off Herraon. I. Hlte and earned rune: Off
Harmon, T hits, I runs In nine Innings.
Struck out: By Cheney, I; by .Harmon, 1.
Umpires: O'Day and Harrison.
. Alexander Fltehee Shutout.
Clnttclnnatl. O.. Aug. II. Alexander
pitched another ehutout game and Phila
delphia won from Cincinnati here today.
I to 0. Alexander had perfect control over
the entire route, did not give a baae on
bells and did not allow a man peat aecond
except In the first lnnlnV. Oroh'a error
In the fourth Inning etlowed two runa to
roee the plate. Score:
, PHTLADKLPHIA. CINCINNATI.
P'kert.ct 1111 OOroh.lb 4 0 4 4 1
N'hoff.ib 10 14 ORou.h.cf 4 0 10 0
Byrne.lb 4 111 KVttlth.rf 4 10
C'vath.rf I I I 0Cheae.lb 4 1 10 0
Whlt'd.lf 111 OWlngo,o 4110
Lud'ua,lb 4 lit 0 lNeale,lf 4 1111
B'croft.ea till OLouden.lb 41111
Kllllfer.o 4 0' OPIeher.ea 1411
Al'ander.p 4 t osrh'older.p I 1 0
-- 8chuls,p , 0
Totals. 14 117 11 l'Clarke 10 10
M'vllle.ea 1 1 0 4 0JSmlth.cf
Wllh't.rr s l o
Mafcee.lt 10 10
K'tchy.lb l ill l
JSmlth.lb 4 111
Eaan.lb I I I I
B'kljurn.c 114 1
"T'geser.o 10 0 0
R'dolph.p 10 0 3
Collins 10 0 0
Hughei.p 0 0 0 1
-1 Tier 1 w u o
Nehf.p 10 0 1
Barnes,p 0 0 0 0
113 0 0
4 0 1
1 Totals. !3 1 10 11 I
ToUU.il 7-21 IS 0
Two out when winning run score.
Batted for Blackburn In eighth.
Betted for Rudolph In elxth.
Batted for Hughes In eighth.
Betted for J. BmRh In eighth.
Batted for Corhan In tenth.
Boston ....0 00100101 01
St Louie... I 1 1 1 0 0 1 4
Two-beee hlta: Beecher, J. C. Smith.
Stolen beeee: J. C. Smith. Betsei. Sacri
fice hits: Horneby (I), Doek, Megee. Secrt
floe files: Uaee, Long, Konetchy. Double
playe: Betsei to Corhan to Horneby. Baeee
on belle: Otf Doak, I: off Nehf, I. Hits and
earned runei Off Rudolph, I, hlta, I runs In
five Innlnge; off Hugbee, I hlta, run In
two lnntnga; off Nehf, 0 hit, 0 run In two
and two-thlrde Innlnge; off Bernea. 1 hit, 1
run In no Inning tko out In tenth); off
Doak, T htta. I runa In ten Innings. Struck
out: By Rudolph. 1: by Hughee, I; by Doak,
T. Umplree; Byron and Qulgley.
Fast Time Marked
In Shenandoah Races
Shenandoah, la., Aug. 18. (Special
Telegram.) Fast time was made- in
the races of the closing day at the
Shenandoah fair, the second heat of
the 2:12 pace being run in 2 07 Prin
cess Margaret winning. Summary:
I:1B trot, purse 1300
Heir Reeper (HUD 1 1 1
Oenerel Francle (Powell) I 1 I
Lord Duke (Clerk) I I I
Em R, jr. (Benefleld) 4 4.4
1:13 pace, puree, 1300
Prtncese Margaret 1 1 1
Judge Lerrlo Brockway 3 I I
Pat Conner's Rlnln ,.3 3 4
Baron Lac Berry 4 4 3
Meryvtlle won the ball tournament, de
feating Shenandoah, 4 to 3.
Persistent Advertising Is the Road
to Success. .
Hastings Wins Easily.
Cambridge, Neb., Aug. II. (Special Tele
gram.) Heetlnga won from Cambridge
easily todey, I to I, by bunching hlte and
through theeeeletence cf the loeele' errors
The geme wae featured by a home run by
Totals. 14 T IT II I
' 'Batted tor Sohnnelder In eighth.
Philadelphia ,S1 e I
Cincinnati ...1 100000 0 I
"Two-base hit: Crave lb. Sacrifice ' hit:
Whltted. Double plays: Neale to Pleber:
Groh to Chaee. Raee on belle: Off Srhnneld-
ler, 4. Hlta and arend runno; Oft Alex-
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again be satisfied with the "bitter," "hard"
taste of many other beers. Gund's Peerless
Beer has just enough tif that appetizing
"tang" and sparkle to give it the delicious
zest everybody likes.
For 62 years it has been just as good just
as mild, mellow, pure and wholesome. For
, 62 years the famousGundstandardof cleanliness
and careful, skilled methods in brewing has main
tained Gund's Peerless Beer in its leadership.
Delivered to your home by the case, or
obtainable at your club, restaurant or bar.
John Gund Brewing Co., La Crosse, Wis.
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E. BLAIR, Mgr., 1320-24 Laaranworth St., Omaha, Nab. Dong. 621.
Family Trade Supplied By CARL FURTH,
716 South 16th Street, Omaha, Neb.
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