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THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1916,
BRINGING UP FATHER
International New Service.
Drawn for The Bee by George McManus
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OMAHA TAKES LAST
COMBAT OF, SERIES
I Kranse Keeps Eiti Well Soat
j tered and Bourkei Make
I It Tin Out of Six from
I Josies. .
HOVUK HIT IN PINCHES
Harry Krause permitted the feeble
and menial Josies to nick his delivery
for ten hiti, ai many as the Rourlces
made off Hovlik, yesterday afternoon,
but be made the Joiiei so distribute
the aaid ten hits throughout the nine
innings that they were unable to
mark uo more than one. lone tallv. A
result the last game of the series
was duck, soup for the Rourkes, who
copped 6 to 1. The Rourkes took five
out of six from Holland's men. May
they live long and prosper.
Krause hurled a nifty game of ball.
Any guy who lets a team make ten
hits and knocks 'em dead when the
pinches come up, is pitching good ball
The Drummers threatened several
times, but their bark was worse than
On the other hand, Mr. Hovlik, who
is something of a firebrand twirler,
encountered divers difficulties in the
second, third and fourth. All the
Rourke runs were chalked up in these
f Cy Hitt Triple. '.
Cyrus Forsythe started the doing in
the second. Cyras cracked a triple
to right and made a swell slide into
third base, even though the ball was
still out in right field some place. The
ladies like to see athletes slide, and Cy
believes in accommodating them.
Kewpie Kilduff sent a hit to right,
scoring Forsythe, and took second
when Sullivan took his time about
returning the ball. Burg sacrificed
and Jourdan made a wild throw which
let. Kewpie home.
After Krug skied in the third,
Thompson sunk a safety to left and
went to third when Miller hit the
right field wall with a double. Krue
ger's high Texas leaguer to center
counted Thompson and sent Miller to
third, from which sack he scored on
a passed ball. It was some passed
ball, too; Krueger went all the way
from first to third on it.
! Krause Delivers.
' After Kilduff and Burg had ground
ed to Williams in the fourth, Krause
sailed a single to center, and Earl
Smith was punctured in a rear slat
by a pitched ball. Marty Krug sailed
a triple over Wright's bean, counting
both Krause and Smithy. -jThat
ended it, as Hovlik refused to
allow the Rourkes to assemble their
hits in the remaining innings. In the
eighth Forsythe singled to center
and Wright let the ball trickle
through him. Cy got to third easily,
but Cecil Thompson , coaching at
third, sent him home and Cyrus was
murdered by eight feet. He didn't
slide because Fusner ran up the base
line to tag him.
' The lone St Joseph run was made
in the fifth. Keating beat out an
infield hit, but was forced by Fusner,
who was then sent to second by Hov
'A infield out- Wright and Mc
tabe delivered hits which propelled
Fusner the rest of the way around the
Today Topeka invades Omaha for
.ST1" "?? four "mes. All games
will be called at 3:15.
KawEally in Ninth
Lincoln, Neb., Aug. 21.-The To
peka Savages tried to rally in the
ninth and found it great. Three runs
in that frame defeated the Ducklings,
o to 5, Score: "
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; T!oirtiMin, Kt.;.;
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1 ' TetaJe...
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AB. B. K. o.
I II IT IS S
Lincoln e s a a a .
Jvp-k ........ a t t ! i i t
tiMku !: Hill, to Lattlmoi; to Hon
trr. Stolen kn: Hunt.r. Johnun. S.crt
k hlu: Thonuaon, Hunter. Johruon, Halln,
nl, Dumoll. struck out; D HIU, S;
r tinrduar.. Ij br Burwell, t. Bam n
lla: UH Halla, t: nit Burwrll, 4; olt Halt
lilt Or pltoha4 ball: Halla - (Monrua,
arw,'l! (Smith). Wild pitch: Bnrwoll. Iatt
a bflwa: Lincoln, 9; Topeka, 7. f hlta In
2-1 Unlnva oft Burwall; I hlta tn I 1-1
ilnis off Hall; IS hlta la I 1. 1 Innlnn off
a. Ulnplroal MaUan ana Carnaf. Tlmo:
Another Notch Gained
K roe fee,
Fore jt ha, rf...
AB. H, H.
SO M SI IS S
Klrkham, If. .
Snlllran, rf I
i, aa a
Totala ..St 1 1 St
Bern batten for Borllk la ninth.
Rone t tSISSS S
Hlla I I I 1 1 10
Bnnt OStSI' I
Hlta 111111 al
Three -baae hlta I Vorartho, Brat, Two.
bnaa hltal Millar, Horllk, Klrkham. SaCH,
flea hlUt Kruener, Burg, HalllvoB. Stoloi
knaaal Hmlth. Thompaon. Donklo panyi Fua-
ner to Koatlna to Fnanar. ".truck oot! Br
Kranaa, 1 kjr Horllk, I Baaoa on kalla:
Off Horllk, I. Pnaaad ball I Faanori Hit br
piicnao noil i anmiin, iil na paaoai UMnnn,
ti IX. Joaoph, . Thaoi lilt. Implreai Col
SPto anal Millar
BEAR RALLY FAILS
Denver Pnti Three Sum Acroii
But Cannot Tie Score and
EIGHT TO SEVEN SOOSE
Sioux City, la., Aug. 21 Denver
rallied in the ninth and put three runs
across the rubber, but fell short tying
up the game and the Indians won the
Anal contest by a score of 8 to 7,
making it four out of the five-game
Butcher, rf . , .
Rader, aa . . , ,
'.'.'.'.'.'.'l I 1
.... 14 I II IT la I
Batted for Andrewa In eighth.
Denver ...... I t I 11 1 I I I T
Sloua CIV ...lltlttlt "
lft on baaaa: Slong City. I; Denver. I,
aaerlRco hlti Ollmore. Twe-naee hlta: Oil.
mora, Mala. Shtelda, Miller, Oaka. Cooney.
Three-beee hlta: Kelleher Wataon, Dyer.
Home run: Laiauna. Stolen baaaa: Connelly,
Shlelda, Wataon. Hlta and earned rune: Off
Andrewa, 11 hlta and I runa In aeven In
nlnae. Double playai Dyer to Shlelde; Kel
leher to Lloyd: Connolly to Radar to Mats.
Struck out: By Clark, Ti by Andrewa, I.
Baae on ballai Off Andrews, t. Wild pitch:
Andrewa. Hie- by pitcher: By Andrewa (Le
jeune). Umpire: Shannon. Time of game:
Scotia Defeats St. Paul
By Score of Nine to One
Scotia, Neb.. Aug. 21. (Soecial
Telegram.) Scotia defeated St Paul
yesterday on their home grounds, 9
to 1, by hitting the ball hard and
often. Harry Selk made two home
runs in his first two times at bat,
scoring tour runs.
R. H. B.
. .1 I I t I t I t t I It 1
..i latitat ii t i
Scotia . .
Batterlaa: Doryoa and Ammerln; Kip and
Home rone: Selk (t). Thraa-baao kits:
McOrua. Two-baaa htUi Ammerln,
Ravenna playa at Scotia Sunday and
Monday, Auguat IT and II.
, Anaoetona Aeeeelatleeu
At Kanaaa City rt. H. FJ.
Loutavllte t 1 I I 1 t I I 11 II 1
Kanaaa City t I t I I I I t t I II I
Batterlea; Perdue, Northrop. Jamee and
Bllllnga: Sandera, Hargrave and Berry,
At HL Paul R H
Toledo I I I 1 I t M t I i
HI. Faul tltttltl I 11 4
Batterlea: Kalaerllng and W.lla; Cpham
and Clemona. .
At lndlnnanolla n. H R
Columbua tltltttl 1 I 1
ajlnnaapoiuv tttltttt 4 I 4
Batterlea: Wlnget, Oeorgo and La.Lenge;
Dumont and Land.
At Mllwaukao: R. H B
Indlanauolla ....I I I I I t I t t II I
Milwaukee I t t t I I I 1 I I" 1
Batterlea: Pelkeobarg and Schangj Mo
ron and Dllhoefer.
. Greeley Skats Oat Kolkaeh.
Qreeley Center. Neb.. Aua. SI. (att.!
Telegram.! Oreeley abut out Wolbach an
their homo grounda Sunday, t to t, An
drewa won hla twelfth etralght game by al
lowing thaea hlta and atrlktng out fifteen
men. Blahop pitched good ball up to the
eighth Inning, when fredorlcka aoored An
drews with a clean hit. Oreeley eoored one
mora In the ninth on three walka and an
error. Struck out: By Andrewa. IS: ky
Blebop, t. Baaea on belle: Off Blahop. I.
Batterlea: Greeley, Andrewa and Snail.
man: Wolbach. Blahop and Chrtetenaen.
. Talrteea-Ianlag Tie.
Cedar Ttaptda. Neb.. Aug. 11. Sneclel 1
Cedar Raplda and Spalding baao ball
leama piayea a tnirteea-lnnlog tie game
here Friday. Tha acoro waa 1 to 1, when
the game waa oalled on account of dark
aeea. Batterlea: Cedar Ranlda. Bono and
Jeleui Sanldlng, Toohey and riahor.
PIRATES TAKE TWO lr Standing of Teams
FROM THE PHILLIES
Pittsburgh Wini Double Head
er by Score Six to Three
and Two to One. ,
WIN LAST IN THE NINTH
Pittsburgh, Aug. 21. Pittsburgh
wot) a double-header from Philadei
phia here today, the score in the first
game being 6 to 3, and the second, 2
to 1. In the opening contest the Pir
ates made three runs in the eighth
nning on a base on balls to Carey;
Schulte's single, Niehoff's error and
Baird's double, which gave them the
game. The winning run in the final
game was made in the ninth inning,
when, with the score a tie, Carey
bunted safely, took third on Schulte's
sacrifice, an dacored on Hinckman's
AB.H. O.A.E. AB.H. O.A.E.
Pask'rt,cf 4 14 1 HWarn'r.lb 4 1110
Nl.hfl.2b 1114 lCarey.cf I t I 0 I
Byrne.lb I t I 1 lHchulte.lf I I I ( I
urv-m.rr s I vttincb n.rr 4 B I o l
Whlt'd.lf I I 1 t U'hna'n.lb I t It I t
Lud'r'a.lb 4 110 9Balrd,2b 4 1110
B'nc'ft.aa 1114 OM'C'rt'y, aal 1110
Ktliirer,o s 1 s s onchmtdt.o I t 4 0 0
Hood 1 t 0 0 OJaooba.p 110 10
Aloa'r.p 110 10 -3
Stock 1 0 0 0 0 Totals.. 10 117 I 1
Totala.. II "l 1411 "I
Batted (or Kllllfer In ninth.
Batted for Alexander In ninth.
Philadelphia , 1 t 1 I 0 I 1 t 01
Pittsburgh ...IIII01II t
Two-baao hlta: Paekert, Balrd. Three
beee hlu: Jaaoba. btolen baueo: Warner,
Hchulte. Dofcble play: Nlehoff, Luderua.
Baae on balla: Off Alexander. 1; off Jacoba,
4. Rarnod runs: Off -Alexander, I: off
Jacoba. I, Hit by pitcher: By Alexander,
(Johnatenl. Struck out: By Alexander, 1:
by Jaoobo, 4. Wild pitch: Jaooba. Umplrea:
Ortk and Rlgler. Score, aecond game: .
PHILADELPHIA. - PITT8BUR0H.
AB.H. O.A.B. AB.H. O.A.B
Pask'rt.et 10 10 OWarn'r.lb 4 0 111
Nleh'tt.lb 4 14 1 1 Carey ,cf 4 110 0
Byrne.lb till 08, hulte.lt I 0 I 0 0
Stock. lb t I t t Oil hm n.rf 4 110 1
Crav'th.rf 4 111 tj'hne'n.lb 1 111 I I
Wh t'd.lf 4 0 10 OBalrd.lb S 1 I 0 0
Lud'r'a.lb 114 0 lM'C'rt'y,aa I 0 110
B'nc'ft,aa I I 1 I oriacher.o I 1 I I 0
Burna.e I 0 T I IKvena.p I I 0 I 1
Dem'ree.p a 1 I I t -
Total!.. 17 I II It I
Totala.. It 114 t I
None out when winning run acored.
Phllaedlphla ..tttltttt C 1
Pittsburgh ....0 0 t I t 1 t I 11
Two-baaa MU: Nlehoff, Byrne. Sacrifice
hlta: byrne, Schulte, Johneton, Bvuns.
Double, playa: McCarthy to Johnston, Johna
ton to McCarthy to Balrd, Johnston to Mc
Carthy, Left on baaea: Philadelphia, 4:
Pittsburgh, I. Baaea on orrore: Pittsburgh,
1. Baaea on balls: Off Demaree, 1: oft
Bvene. '1, Karned runs: Off Uvans, 1; off
Demaree, a. Struck out: By Demaree, T; by
Evans, I. Umpires: Blgler and Orlh,
Ball Saves Cuba.
Chicago, Aug. II. Errors by Olaan and
Hp Myers helped materially In a four-run
eighth Inning rally that gav Chicago a
I to I vietory over Brooklyn today. A
Ingle bp Elliott drove In the two tlelng
runa. A stellar catch by Myers previously
saved Pfeffer. Artie Hoffman, again In a
Cub uniform, batted In tha flrat Chicago
AB.H. O.A.E. AB.H. O.A.E.
Johns'n.lf 4 110 OHofm'n.lf 4 1110
Stengel.rf 4 110 OFIack.rt 4 0 10 0
H.uyrs.cfO III IM.nn.cf 4 0 1 0 t
H'C'rty.lb 4 111 O.Saler.lb 4 114 0 0
C'ta w.lb till OZ'm'r'n.lb I 0 I I I
Mowr'y.lb lilt OBIIIott.c 41111
uieun.aa e e I a immmih e i ft a l
lliytu 4 110 nwtm'n.aa 4 1111
rrerrer.p a a s t ovaughn.p 1 0 t I 0
O'Mara 1 t t 0 OP'ck'rd.p 1 0 I I 0
MTw's 10 0 10
Toiaia. .sa ii as s 1 .
Totala.. II T IT It 1
Batted for Vaughn In fifth.
Batted for Ptefler In ninth.
Brooklyn .. t t 1 t I t t I I
Chicago .....I I I t 1 t I I I
Two-baaa hlta: H. Bye re. Baler. I; Knabo,
I; tSengel. Alowrey, stolen baaea: John
eton, H. Myere, Olaon, Zimmerman. Double
playa: Wortman to Saler; ' Wortman to
n,naoo to naler. Base on balla: Off Pfeffer,
1; off Vaughn, I. Hlta and earned rune:
Oil Pfeffer, T hits and 1 run In eight In
nlnae: off Vaughn, I hlta and I rune In
nva inninga: off Packard. 4 hits and no
runa In four Inninga. Struck out: By Pfef
fer, li ky Vaughn, 1. Umplrea: Klem and
' Cards Blank Uinta.
St. Louie, Ma, Aug. 11. Wataon boated
8allee in a pitching duel hero today and
8U Louie ahut New Tork out, 1 to I. A
double and a triple after two were out In
the flrat won for St. Louie. Score:
NEW TORK. . ST. LOUIS.
AB.H. O.A.B. AB.H. O.A.B.
WESTERN LEAGUE) NATIONAL LEAGUE.
W. L. Pet.
Brooklyn ..17 It 111
Phlla It 44 .tit
Boston 40 41 III
New Tork .11 It .411
Plttotrorgh 41 IS .411
Chicago ...II II .411
St. Louie ..II S4 .443
Cincinnati .11 TI .171
W. L. Pet.
Loulavllle ..70 El .174
Kanaaa City 70 11 .174
Indlanaplla II 61 .121
St. Paul ...II II .121
Toledo ...rtt II .100
Mlnneaplla 11 II .412
Columbua .41 TO .407
Milwaukee 41 71 .lit
W. L. Pet.
Lincoln ...It 41 .S00
Dee Moines IS 14 .121
Sioux City IT It ,4tl
Denver ...II tl .411
Topeka ...II II .440
Wichita ...10 II .431
St. Joaeph 41 It .li
W. L. Pet.
Boaton ...IT 47 .III
Chicago ..86 12 .III
Cleveland .11 II .111
St. Louis .(4 II .147
Detroit ...14 It .142
New Tork .11 II .131
Weeh II SO .4l
Phlla. II IT .20l
St. Joseph, 1. Omaha, t.
Denver, 7, Sioux City, I.
Topeka, I, Lincoln I.
New Tork t, FL Louis, 1.
Brooklyn, 1, Chicago, I.
Boston, 2, Cincinnati, 1,
Philadelphia 1-1, Pittsburgh, 1-2.
.... .... AMERICAN LEAGUE. .... ....
St. Louis 4, Washington, 1.
Detroit, T, Philadelphia, 1.
Chicago, 2, New York, I.
Cleveland t, Boaton, 4.
Louisville T, Kanaaa City, I.
Toledo,. 1, St. Paul, T.
Columbua, I, Mlnneapolle, I.
Indlanapolla t. Milwaukee, 1.
Weatern Leaeua Tnnalre at rwt..
Wlohlta at Sioux City, Denver at Dea Molnea',
National League New York at St. Louie
Brooklyn at Chicago, Boston nt Cincinnati,
Philadelphia at Ptttaburgh.
American League St. ..Louts at Waehlnr.
ton, Detroit at Philadelphia, Chicago at
" i.iowiiu at ooston.
Snodgraas scored what proved to bo the
winning run on Konetchy'a aingle. Score:
AB.H. O.A.E. AB.H. O.A.E.
in r ny e.ee 012 0 Neale.lf 4 110 0
e w a v euron.so 4
Wllholt.rf 10 10 ORouah.ef I
Magee.ir 1110 OChaae.lb I
? ".A.';i : ' i ' ouririith.rr 4
Smlth.ib 4 111 0Wlngo,e I
Keen. lb 10 14 OLouden.lb I
Blkb'n,0 10 11 Ollobbe.as I
Rud'lph,p I t I I OSch'der.p I
YANKS PUT JIM
SCOTT TO ROUT
New Torks Drive White' Sox
Pitcher from Mound and
Win Second Battle.
SCORE SIX TO TWO
R b'ta'n.ef I
Doyle. 2b S
fTtc h r.ee I
I ON.iydcr.lh I
0 Olltacher.lf 1
t OH'rne'y.aa I
1 OWIIeon.ct I
4 0Mlller.2b I
s oi) na'lea.o I
I OBetael.lb I
1 tWataon,p I
I t Totala.. It 121140
Totala.. II 4 14 I t
Batted for Bailee in eighth..
New York t A t t 0 S 0 I t 0
St. Louis I 0 I 0 t t t l .e l
Two-baaa hlta, tr,.re n- , u .
Thne-baae hit: Horn'eby. Stolen baae;
Long. Double play: Ha Ike to Fletcher to
Merkte. Buaea on balls: Off Wataon. tti.
and earned runa: Off Bailee, t hits, 1 run
in seven innings: off Anderson, 1 hit, 0 run
In one Inning; off Wataon, 4 hlta. 0 run In
nine Inninga. Struck out: By Andersoe 1
by Walaon, I. Umplrea: O'Day and Harrison'
Baataaa Take atom ,
Cincinnati. O.. Ana. 21 Hchnairf.. . ...
ened In tha ninth and Boaton won the eec
ond game of the eerlee from Cincinnati
here today, t ta 1. Up to the eeventh only
one hit had keen made off Schneider and
three oft Rudolph. In the seventh Hagee
alngled and acored front flrat on Konetchy'a
double. In the laat halt Groh alngled, waa
forced by Roueh, who tied the acora on
Orlffltk'a triple. In the ninth Schneider
paeeed Snodgraas, who advanced on Wll
hoit'a aaorlfice, Magna waa hit, after whloh
Totala. ,11 41711 I Totala. .11 t IT It 1
Boaton t 0 0 O S s i a i s
Cincinnati ...0 to 000 1 0 01
Two-baaa hit: Konetchy. Throe-base hit:
Roueh. Griffith. Stolen base: Rudolph.
Double playa: Egan to Konetchy; Oroh to
Chase. Baae on balla: Off Schneider. 2.
Hlla and earned rune: oir niinin. T,..
and 1 run In nlna Inninga: off Schneider,
4 hlte and 2 runa In nine Inninga. Hit by
pitcher: By Rudolph (Roueh); by Schneider
(Magea). struck out: By Rudolph, 2; by
Schneider, I. Umplrea: Qulaley' and Bvrnn
White and Welsh
Colorado Springs, Colo., Aug. 21.
Freddie Welsh and Charlie White be
gan serious training today for thiir-twenty-round
bout for the lightweight
championship here Labor day. The
morning was devoted to road work,
and in the afternoon each planntd
to devote an hour or so to work in
the gymnasium and boxing. The bag
punching and boxing performances
will be staged in the quarters of the
Hundred Million Dollar cluh. Whit.
and his sparring partners were to b-
gi tneir work at 3,0'clock, whils
Welsh and his crew were tn n tW.
club quarters beginning at 4:30.
The Chamber of Commerce has be
gun a canvass of Colorado Springs,
Colorado City and Manitou to de
termine what quarters can be had for
visitors at hotels and private resi
dences. ' .
IWrwell Detente Loup City.
Foreran, Neb., Aug. II. (Special.) Par
well defeeted Loup city here Sunday In a
fest, anappy game, T to I. Charlee Peter
sen'a pitching featured, aa he let the Loup
City aluggara down with only three hlta
?cor,:. R. H. 8.
Loup City ......I 0 0 0 t 0 t t 01 3 I
Farwell 1 1 4 t I I t 1 7 I
Batteries: Prltchaid and Owens: Petersen
Panama Easy for Naola.
Neola. la., Aug. II. (Special.) Neola
easily defeated Panama Sunday, T to 1.
Next Sunday Neola will play at Underwood.
Panama . t 1100000 t 1 I 1
Neola . ........I t I t I t 1 I I II 0
Batterlea: Panama, Meter and Pleffer:
Neola, Bennett and Lacy.
Bloom Held Defeats Hartlaatoa.
BkunnfMd. Neb., Aug. 11. (Special.)
Bloomfleud defeated Hartlngton here, I to
4. Score: B. B, B.
Rloomfleld I I t I 1 I 0 I I a
Hnrtlngton ....1 I t 0 I 1 1 I 04 I 4
Batterlea: Bloomtleld, Brooks and Harris;
Hartlngton, Colburn, Balrd and Hlrechmaa.
Memphle, t: Atlanta, t.
Little Rock, I; Birmingham, t.
Naahvllle, 4; New Orleans, I.
Chattanooga, I: Mobile. 1.
- Hastings Defeats MeCaok. '
McCook, Neb., Aug. 10. (Speelal ) Hast
ings defeated McCook Sunday, S to t, Bat
terbw: McCook, George and Kramger; Hast
ings, Volger and Elite. Attendance, 1,000. .
Man Arrested on Shop- -Liftina
E. Kuster, 3326 Charles street, ar- j
rested Saturdav evening; on a charn-e
of shop-lifting at the Brandeis Stores, )
was released Monday morning after ;
several witnesses had testified is to '
his steady habris and reliability. The ,
police believed that a professional
pickpocket who operated in the store
slipped a small brooch and a pair of t
cuff buttons valued at $3 into Kuster's
pocket to divert attention from him- i
New York, Aug. 21. New York
drove the veteran pitcher, Jim Scott,
from the box in two innings today
and won the second game of a series
from Chicago, 6 to 2. High's extra
base hitting was targeting responsible
for Scott's retirement. He drove in
Magee with a double in the first in
ning and sent in two more runs with
another in the second. Cullop won
his twelfth game out of thirteen
pitched this season. Pipp passed
Frank Baker for the American leasrue
leadership in hitting home runs when
he made his ninth circuit drive. Score:
CHICAGO. NEW TORK.
AB.H. O.A.FJ. AR u r k v
J.Col's.rf 4 2 2 0 0Mafree,cf 4 110 0
Weaver.as 4 0 1 OHIgh.lf 4 2 10 0
E Col's, 2b 4 2 11 OP k p h.se 4 0 1 I t
Jarkaon.lf 4 t 0 0 OPIptUb ' 4,2 11 1 1
Felsch.cf 1110 OOldrTng.rf 4 0 10 0
F'rnltr.lb 4 4 S 0 0Mullen,2b 4 114 0
Sch.lk.c 4 0 11 OB'ma'n.lb 4 10 10
M'M'l'n.lbl Oil' OWaltsrs.c I 1 I 1 0
Scott.p 0 0 0 1 OCullop.p I 0 1 0 0
Nea 1 1 0 0 0
D'nrrth.p 2 0 0 1 0 Totals.. SI 10 17 11 1
Totals. .23 1 24 T 0
Batted for Scott In third.
Chicago 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2
New York ....1 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0
Two-baao hlta: High (1), J. Collins, Plpp.
Three-base hit: Magee. Home run: Plpp.
Stolen baaea:. E. Colllna, Jackson, Sacrifice
fly: Pelsch. Double play: Mullen to Plpp.
Hlta and earned runs: Off Scott, t hlta
and 4 runa In two Inninga; off Danforth, 4
hlta and 1 runa In ala inninga; off Cullop, 1
run. Struck out: By Cullop. 1; by Scott, 1
by Danforth. I. Umplrea: Owena and
Browne Boat Senators.
Waahlngton, Aug. II. Davenport out
pitched Harper and St. Louis won. 4 to 1,
from Washington today. Singles by Shot
ton, Miller and Pratt Borton'a aacrlflce and
Smith error gave St Louie three runa In
tha flrat Inning. Another waa acored In
the third on a pass to Borton and alnglea
by Mereana and Austin. Shank'a triple and
Mllan'a single gave Waahlngton one. Score:
ST, LOUIS. " WASHINGTON.
Shotton.lf t 1 1 0 IMorgan.aa 4 0 I 4 0i
Miner.rr sits ssnanKa.ab 4 1 9 s o
Borton. lb 11110 OPOater.lb I 0 2 1
Pratt. 2b 4 114 OMIIan.cf 4 110 1
M'raana.ef 4 I 1 S OSmlth.rf I 0 0 t 1
sv'rsld.e 4.0 2 I S'Hawyer 9 s o o s
AueUn.lb 4 1 1 t OJ'mlea'n.lf 4 0 10 1
Lavan,ss 4 1 I t Uudge.lb 4 1 t 0 0
D'v'np'tp 1 0 0 0 tHenry.o 114 0 0
Oharrlty.o 1110 0
Totals 14 I IT 11 IHarper.p 10 0 10
Totala. .127 IT 11 I
Ran for Smith In ninth.
St. Louis.......! I 1 0 0 0 0 0 04
Waahlngton ...0 t 0 0 t 1 0 0 01
Two-base hits: , Judge. Three-baae hlta:
Shanks Stolen haaea: Shanka. Maraona (2).
Sacrifice hit: Borton. Double playa: Foater
to morgan to juage; onanae to roster;
Pratt to Davan to Borton. Baaea on balla:
Off Harper, 1; off Davenport, 1. Earned
runs: un Harper, a; or uavenpori, i. nit
by pitcher: Smith by Davenport Struck
out: By Hgrper, t: by Davenport, 1. Um
plrea: Connolly and Chill.
Indians Leee ta Bool Sox.
Boaton. Aug. 21. Boaton won a loosely-
played game from Cleveland today, 4 to t.
Morton waa hit at opportune tlmee, and hie
throe errora helped Boaton acoro. Shore had
the visitors well In hand and waa given
perfect support Jack Barry got four aacrl
flceh Ita In four times up. Score:
Graner.lt 4 110 OHooper.rf 12 10 0
Ch'pm'nlb 4 0 11 (Harry, lb 0 0 14 1
ltd OH'blVl.lh 1 1 II t t
GandlMb 4 III I tWalker.cf 4 14 0 1
W' bag's, se lit! lO'dner.Sb I 1 I 1 0
Turner.lb I S I I tSeottss 4 114 1
logs tcady.e 4 0 2 SO
stihoro.p s l o s o
Gould.p 0 t t I t Totals.. 17 T IT II I
Moeller 1 t t t I
Totals. .12 I It II I
Batted for O'Neill la eighth.
Cleveland 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Boston 0 0 I S 1 1 t 0 e4
Two-base hit: Scott. Stolen baae: Hopper.
Sacrifice hlta: Barry (4). Double play: Oan
dll to O'Neill. Baaoa on Balla: Off Morton,
. Hlta and earned runa: Off Morton, t hlta,
I runa In seven Inninga: off Gould. 1 hit.
no runa In ona Inning: off Shore, I hlta, no
runa In nine Inninga. Struck out; By Morton,
I; by Shore, 1. Umplrea: Evana and
Macks Baay far Tlgera.
Philadelphia. Aug. 11. Detroit had a
walkover here today, defeating Philadel
phia, T to 1. veacn waa the atar for De
troit with three singles and a baa on halla
In five Ulnae at the place and two stolen
baaea, while he acored three runa, once
going homo from aecond baae when Craw
ford waa thrown out by Plcnfch on a
Shooting l Great American trap sheotlng
touraament at St. Louis.
Trotting t Lake Erie elrcvdt meeting at
Fairmont, w. Va. Bay State elrenlt meeting
at Marshal). Maes. Nebraska Speed aeso
elarloa meeting opens In Omaha. Id Innosota
Wleeoneln clrcolt meeting opens at (lalee
Tills, Wis. Contra! Illinois circuit meeting
opens at Wyoming, 111. OU, Coal and lias
circuit meeting opens at llutlrr, re.
Areheryl Annual tournament of NaMonal
Arenerv association opens as Jersey t nr.
Golf: Western Junior amateur champion
ehln tournament onona at Hinadalo. 1U. An
nual open amateur tournament of Stoek-
brtdgo tiotr club, Mioekonago, mass.
Soccort AU-Amerlcan ugatast All -Sweden,
third eonteet, at Stockholm.
Boxing t Vie Moran agalnat Frankle Hack,
twelve rounds, at Boeton.
atorton.p x l s l
a O) araaaeieaaraaan a aj m waa
of fancy Madras top with '
full laundered bands an
Otteti, Poabody k Co, Iao. Makera
grounder near the plate. Haley Injured a
finger and waa forced to leave the game.
AB.H. O.A.E. AB.H. O.A.E.
111 OWItt.sa 41110
Olt (I Walsh. rf 41100
110 0Strunkef I
110 OSchang.lf 4
2 10 0Lalole.2b 4
1 12 0 OM'Innls.lb I 1 IS
0 t t OM'E'we.Sb 10 0
111 OHaley.c 0
10 1 OPIclnlch.c I
Totals.. II 11 IT la 0
Totala.. It 127 14 2
Detroit 1 0 2 0 1 0 1 1 0 T
Philadelphia .00000000 11
Two-baaa hlta: Cobb, Walah, Strunk, Stolen
baaee: Veach, 2; Walah, 2. Sacrifice hits:
Bush, 2. Sacrifice fly: Strunk. Double
play: Toung and Burns. Baae on balls: Off
Dauas, 2; off Myere, 2. Earned rune: Off
Dause, 1; off Myera, t. Struck out: By
Danes, 1; by Myera, I. Umplrea: Dlneen
Has Paralytic Stroke
Los Angeles, Cal.. Aug. 21. How
ard P. Drew, the colored sprinter snd
holder ot the worlds record tor the
100-yard dish, was suffering from a
stroke of paralysis at his home here
today and will be unable to partici
pate in future track contests, it was
announced. His left side is affected.
Drew holds the record of 93-5 sec
onds for the 100 yards and has
equalled the record of 21 1-5 for the
220-yard dash. He was a member of
the American team at the Olympic
meet at Stockholm in .912.
World's Facing: Mark for Mile
and One-Eighth Beaten
at North Randall.
MISS MARRIS M. TAKES 2:07
Cleveland, O., Aug. 21. Directum
I, driven by Thomas W. Murphy,
broke the world's pacing record for
a mile and one-eighth at the grand
circuit races at North Randall track
today, in 2:16. The previous rec
ord of 2:20 was established in 1902
by Carl Wilkes.
Euclid 2:07 pace: Miss Harris M,
first; Billy Date, second; Roan Hal,
third. Time: 2:02.
Shoot Water Fowl
In Nebraska in Fall
Carlyle, 111., Aug. 21. H. O. Nor
cross today received a telegram from
the Biological Survey at Washington
announcing that the new regulations
for shooting water fowl in Illinois,
, , : i, T 1 XT-U
mjssuuri, xiausaa, tuns niiu iicuiaa-
ka provide for an open season from
September 16 to December 31.
Spotrsmen of these states had been
fighting for spring shooting.
Whiffs Twenty-one Men
v But Loses the Ball Game
Pilger, Neb., Aug. 21. (Special.)
Madison defeated Pilger in the fastest
game of the season by the score of 2
to 1, the game going thirteen innings.
It was a pitchers' battle from start to
finish. Cheneler, for Pilger, struck
out twenty-one and allowed four hits.
Dickey, pitching for Madison, struck
out eleven and held the Pilger team
to two hits. Batteries: Madison,
Dickey and Neeley. Pilger, Cheneler
and Wilson. Time 1:50.
UNIVERSAL MOTOR CO.
V. D. Benedict, Manager. .
Smith & Deafner Garage
, 27th Street North of Leavenworth.
NEW FORD CARS
1917 Models on Display
Ford Service. Ford Repairs.
Street Car Service
to the Races
For the accommodation of street car patrons
attending the Great Western Circuit Races this
week, August 22d to 26th, inclusive, through
car service from 14th and Howard direcWo the
Speedway will be maintained, commencing at
12:30 p. m. each day during the races. In ad
dition, there will be extra service between 16th
and Locust and the Speedway to take care of
passengers who mry transfer at 16th and Locust
Cars to Speedw,ay will display signs reading:
'This Car to, Speedway"
Omaha & Council Bluffs
Street Railway Company'
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