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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, 1916.
BRINGING UP FATHER
International Nw Berrlc.
Drawn for The Bee by .George McManus
YOU DON'T 1
LOOK T - J
MY HEALTH -
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WHY -YOU HAVErW
AN OPINION OF
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STANO I SAY
YOO HAVE VERY
LITTLE TO 5AY-
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ROURRES WIN LAST
s GAME FROM TOPERS
Ray Miller'i Home Bun Wins
Pitchers' Battle Between
Krause and Hall.
'LAST LADIES' DAT Of YEAR
Harry Knuse and Ray Miller are
buddies. They room together and
wherever you ee Harry you're ure
to find Ray near by, and vice veraa.
They're as thick as a couple of Zieg
field beauts pursuing the same John.
Yesterday afternoon 'Krause got
himself mixed uri with a pitcher's bat
tle with Kid Hail, the w. k. bean pole.
Harry had a one-run lead. In the sev
enth inning Ray had a hunch Harry
wasn't satisfied with the one-tally ad
vantage so he poled the pill over the
fence. )' '
As a result Omaha captured the
combat t to 1. And, as the lowly
Links were resting yesterday Omaha
gained half a game and once more are
we five games ahead of the pesky
Holmes crw. Hooray.
Krause and Hall put up as nifty a
pitching duel yesterday as one would
wan Ia H ...u afallra,t ikraa wnnrm
hits and he walked four gents, but
he was tight in pinches-and Hall didn't
have any buddy to make a home run
for him. The Topekas had eight men
.....J.j .u. t.. .u:i. 1 ......
Bll auucu VII IIIC SBIIYB WII11C UI1IJ 1UUI
Rourkea called in vain for help.
Smith Cuts Off Run.
For four rounds neither side could
mark up a tally, in the opening stanza
Shag Thompson made a hit, but that
r,Ai.itf4 rf the entire Rntirke nfTanae
in these rounds. The Topeka made
two hits in the first, but a pippin of
a throw from deep left to the plate by
Ear( Smith killed the Kawa' only
chance to count. 1
In the fifth, after Krueger counted
out, Cy Forsythe hit a double to cen
ter. - In the previous' round Cyrus
Startled the lady bugs by a great shoe
string catch which developed into a
double play, and when he made the
double the fair fans promptly gave
hi man ovation. Irelan hit a grounder
to Halt and Forsythe was nailed be
tween second ud third. While the
Kaws were running Cyrus down, Har
old scooted to second and scored a
moment later on Joe Burg'.v.double to
The one-run lead lasted through the
sixth, but in the seventh Miller made
the margin wider by opening the stan
za with his circuit clout over the right
field wall. ' , . . , ,
It was welt he did for in the eighth
the Kaws put over a counter. With
one down Agler singled to left and
took second on Defate's single. When
Smith failed to field the ball he went
to third and scored on Engle's infield
hit. Marty Krug made a swell stop of
the hit which went over second base
and relayed the ball to the plate via
Krause in time to nail Delate coming
home. If Defate had been safe the
score would have been knotted, so
Marty descerves some of the credit for
the victory. '.
Yesterday was the last ladies day of
the year as the Rdurkes play no more
Monday or Friday games at home ex
cept Labor day. Thus the dear things
will have to cough up the coin if they
want to see our heroes anymore. Fair
enough in this advanced age of equal
rights. v , '
Today Ducky Holmes leads his
gang of Links into Omaha for three
games. The Links are said to be a
tough crew, but Marty Krug and his
men plan- to repulse them with heavy
losses. A dounble-header will be
played Sunday. The game today will
start at 3:15.
'Knights of Columbus to -Attend
Ball Tiame Today
' Knights of Columbus of Omaha
will turn out in force for the ball
' game between Omaha and Lincoln
this afternoon. The Knights' got to
gether last week and decided to have
a Knights of Columbus day to show
their appreciation to Pa. Rourke for
his winning dub. It is estimated that
about 200 or 300 of them will be on
hand tfiis afternoon. A special sec
tion has been reserved.
At Clwmbus R. H. BJ.
Louisville ttittite l o
(Jelambue S I I I II I I I S I
Batteries: Palmer. Labua,- Williams and
Wendell: Oeor. and La Lout.
At loalanapella It H. B.
Tolas ... -1 l s S
looiaaapolle ..... S OSt 11 IS 1
Batterlee: Plan sat Sweeney: Beaten
and Schanr. a
At t Patu B..H.B.
Ker.as Cltr I SSSSSSSS 4 4 I
St. rati IIMIII S t
Mattartea: Bander, Cmtchar, Cocbreea and
Beerjr; Nl.haua and Ctsmona.
Mllersuksej-MtnaeapoUa, rata. , ... ,:
' Hastisare Wias at lartl. '.
Imperial, Iteb., Atif. It. pclal.) The
Haatlnse Athletics aaaUr defeated tit Iro
partwl toam, southwestern Nabraak tham
ploMs, by a ucor of 1 to 4.
Dattoriee: Imperial, Broera aS Smith;
' Ueatlncs, Vosler and Alba.
'Atlaatav Mi MaMla, t. " .
Memphis. I; Naahvllle, a. . i -.
orleatie. I: Birmingham. 4
little itoca, ChattaaoHrn.
How for Those Links
Hmllh, ir. ...
Kras. as. ...
Miller, lb. ..
Kruefer, a. .
Burs, Sb. ...
" Total SS I
, AB. B.
'. latnrop, CT. , 4
Uoodwln, b. ....
Krile, Sb. ......
W. Lathrap, lb.,
Beaalns, If. ....
Allen, CI ,
Hall, p ,,,,
ft. O. A. k.
I I I
s s s
4 1 S
1 1 4 S
s il H "l
H. O. A. S.
1 4 1
1 s s
1 S I t
1 1 I 1
t S 1 s
1 ' s
I 14 "l 1
PHILS LOSE FMY
IN ELEVENTH FRAME
Gonzales' Single Soorei Horns -
by With Bun That Wins
SIX TO FIVE IS THE SOOBE
Total ....,.! 1
'Batted far Hall la ninth. .
' Rune S !! I
Hlta S S I S
Rune ! a I
Hit t 1 1 s 7
Horn run l Miller. Two-bae hltei Por
aTlhe, Burs. Hrnnlni. Saerlflea hlti Allen.
Htolen baaeel Thomneon, Porartha. ItoeMe
Kiarai nmiin mi Hruener. roreyth to Hrus,
truck out I Hr Krause. 1i by Hall. 3.
Baaea an ballet Off K ranee, 4, Left ea
baeeet Omaha. 4t Topeha, S. Tlnial 14S.
ImpLreat MuUea and Colgate.
SIOUX HAKE A SWEEP
Indians ' Capture Final Game
. Froxn the Wolves of
S0OBE IS SEVEN TO TWO
Sioux City, la., Aug. 25. Sioux City
made a' clean sweep of the series with
the Wichita Wolves by takingjhe
final game by a score of 7 to 2. Score:
WICHITA. . . '
Pas, rf. ....i
Lltaehl, a. ,,
Brltton. lb. i
Coy. If. ....
Kappa, la. ,,
Henna. Sb. .
Orlffln. p. .
Ollmor. If. ,
Vatson. rf, .
Mats, lb. ...
Crosby, o. ..
I ' I
"St. Louis, Aug. 25. Gonzales' sin
gle in the eleventh inning today
scored Hornsby with the run that
won a see-saw game from Philadel
phia, 6 to 5. After M. Louis had tied
the game three times, Bescher started
the eleventh inning with a fly to
Paskert. Hornsby reached third
safely when Dugey, after making a
brilliant stop, threw wildly to first
Wilson and Miller were purposely
passed and Gonzales singled to left.
driving in the winning run. Score
PHlLAIiPI.PHIA. ST. LOUIS.
AB H O.A.E. AB H. O.A.E.
Paek'rt.cf i 1 4 t SI.ons.rf 12 0 11
imsey.in 1 4 lfnyder.lB S 11
Rlonk.Ib - 4 IBS I Brsrh r.lf 5 1
Ciav'lh.rt 111 OH'rna'y.ss 1
Uood.rf 0 S S 0V.IHon.cf S 1
Whlt'd.lf lilt OMIMer.lb ( 1
l.udr'e.lb I 111 0 lll.ina'l'a.c ( I
B ne'fl.se S 1 1 S lB.tiel.3b I I
Burne.o I 1 S t IWataon.p 1 0
Dain'ree.p S S 0 1 SAmee.p 1 ft
."Huner i o
.11 7 IS 17 II
Batted for Orlffln In ninth.
WeJlltn , 1 o i a a .ij
Bloux Cltyt I s I 0 I
Left an bean: Sioux City, ; Wichita, I.
First baaa on errors: Motix City, 1:
Wichita, I. Sacrifice hits: Po. Mats. Two
base hits: Ollmore (J), Mela, Connolly.
Home ran: Kelly, melon beees: Fox. Brl!
ton. Ollmore, Watson, Connolly. Double
Rlaya: Lllachl i to Brltton to Rappa (1),
ader to Cooney, Cooney to Mots to Rader,
Rader to Cnnnev la u,a ..,..!, ..... n..
Orlffln, I; by Kelly. I. Baeee on belle:' Off
uriiun. i ' Oir Kelly, s. Hit by pitched
ball: By Orlffln (tlilmore). Time? 1:(
Umpire: Shannon. ' J
Des Moines Wins
t Game From Bears
Des Moines, Aug. 25.Des Moines
scored five runs off five hits and
three passes from the deliveries of
Irion and Andrews in the third in
iiing, winning the game, 8 to 1. Score:
l;shmshmetaoinhm hm hm hm hmh
, ... DCNVER,
Millar, rt. ..
Cole, If. ... ,.
Oehee, of. ...
Dyer, as, . .
Shields, lb. ,
Lloyd, lb. ..
Sheetak. e. .
Irion, p. ....
Stevena , .
Aa rt. k.
i S 1
, , DBS MOINES.
AB. R, H.
Hahn. rf. 411
Hunter, ef. S 1 4
Hartford, a 1,1 a
Meloan. lb. ., 4 I I ,
Jonee, lb. I t S
Breen. If. t S
Rlssby, e t . 1
Bwoldl. lb. Ill
Thomas, p, I S I
Totals . II I 14
'Batted for Andrews In ninth.
DenreV 1 9 sl
Dee Molne ...1 4 10 114 1
Three-baee hit: Jones. Two-baae hits:
Dyer, Rlseby. Sacrifice hits: Dyer, Breen.
Stolen baeo: Bwoldt. Left on bases: Denver,
10; Des Molnss, I. Struck out: By Thomss.
4: by Andrews. 1. Base on belle: Off
Thomas. 1; off Irion, I; off Andrewa. 4.
Wild pitch: Andrews: Balk: Andrsws. Hits
and earned runs: Oft Irton, T hits, 4 runs
In two and ans-thlrd lanlnss; off Andrewe,
7 hits, 4 runs In fly and two-thirds Innings.
Doube play: Jonas (unaaelated, Time: 1:41,
Is -After Publicity!
Cleveland. (J.. Aust. ZS. Nation
wide publicity is essential to the con
tinued, growth and ' development of
the National Fraternal congress of
nmerici, mc annual convention t
that body decidet) today. An appro
priation of $1,000 a month was made
for the maintenance of a Dublicitv
;; ' .-
ToUto..4)l.Ji ll tUt'd'wt.9 1
- Totals.. 41 14 it It I
On oat whn wlnnlnff run wu icord.
tittd for Amvi in ninth.
Philadelphia 1011011000 0 B
St. Loui-,., 0 0 0 0 1 10 1 0 0 14
Two-taaJa hlta: Dufy, Wllion. Thr
hRRt hlta: Cravath; WHIttod, Long. Stolen
banf; 8 took, Hnyclor, Beachsr, Oonaaleii,
Be tie 1. Hacririce hit: Bancroft. Rue rl flee
fly: Stock. lauhle playe; Wllion to 8ny
der, Hetiel to Miller to Snyder, Miller to
Hornnby to Snyder. Bans on balli: Off
Iemaree, I; of Watson, t; off Ami, 1; off
Meadowa, I. Hlta and earned runt: Off
Detnaree, 14 hlte, 4 runt In ten and one
third innings; off Wateon, 8 hlta, t runs In
five Innlnti (none out In alxtbH off Amea,
I hits, 1 run In three Innlnga; off Meadowa,
1 hit, no runa In three Innlnva. Hit by
pitched ball: By Iemaree (Oonialea).
Struck out; By Demaree, 1; by Wauon, I;
by Ames, 2; by Meadowa, I. Umplrea:
Klein and Bmalle.
Dadrera Take Stwnd.
Clnnlnnatt, Au. ,16. Two of Cincinnati's
errors were eoatly and Brooklyn took tha
econd tame of the series here today, I to I.
Only lour hits were maiJe offfheney, but
three ot inem were in one inning, snd, to
seiner with s base on balls, netted ths lo
cale all the runa they sot The leaders hit
Mitchell freely, but only scored one earned
run, that belns In ths second Inalns. whan
Oosts -tripled snd scored on Miller's atngle.
Score: - v (
AB.H. O A S. AB H. O.A.B.
Cheney, p 4
0 S 0 ONeale.cf 4
1 0 OOroh.lb 4
1 I 0 0Rouah.f I
0 4 4 SChaae.lb 4
111 OOrtfflth.rf 4
3.4 t OWInfo.c t
1109 Olsoud n.Sb I
III OHobbe.aa 1
00 I OMltchell.p
Totals. .1(10 17 11 O'Clarke I
Standing of Teams
Omaha . . .77 4S 47naorlyn ,,.S41.27
Lincoln 71 47 .05 Boston 43 42.6110
Dra Molne SI 14 ,4J4Phile. .. ..,'. .7 if
Slous City.. .41 4 .HIHINew York. . .84 66 .41
D. nvc r 64 66 .464rittsburch ..(2 il) 4F4
Topeha ....61 67 .HtMt. Louis.. ..63 66.444
Wichita ..,.66 6 ,420IChlcao ...62 46.444
St. Joseph..4S 71 .Stolcinclnnatl . . 44 75 .170
AMBR. LVALUE. I AMEK. ASSN.
Boston ....16 4 68!Loulsville ..72 11.676
St. Louis. . .47 66 .6461 Kenses Clty.71 64 .644
Detroit .... 54 .5(1' Indianapolis 71 64.668
New Torli..4l 66 ,4JI!StPaul 68 6S.616
Cleveland ..II 66 .617 Toledo . .62 60 .506
Chlreso . . . .66-66 .687 lllnnrapcll 63 63.600
Weihlnflon 66s)l .47columbus ...DO 71 .412
Phlla 36 91 .216'.fUwaukee ..43 61 .341
ToP'.ka, 1 Omaha, 2.
M lchllo. 1; Slous City, 7.
Denver, 1; Des Moines, 6.
Philadelphia, 6: St. Louis, 6.
Bneton, 1 ; Chlrago. 0.
rBonalyn, 8; Cincinnati. I. '
New Torlr. 6: Pittsburgh, 2. V
Chlcaso, 2; Washington, 6.
Cleveland, 11-10; Philadelphia, S-2.
St. Loula, 6; New York, 2,
Detroit. 2; -Boston, 1.
Louisville, 0; Columbus, 8,
Toledo, 1 : Indianapolis, 2.
Kansas City, 4: St. Paul, 6. 1
Weetern League Denver at Topeka: Wlch.
Ha at St. Joeeph, Lincoln at Omaha, Sioux
iiiy at Lies Moines,
Natlcnal League Philadelphia at St.
Loula, Boston at Chicago, Brooklyn at Cin
cinnati, new Torn at Plttaburgh.
American League Chicago at Washlns.
ton, Cleveland at Phlladelphia,Bt. Loula at
new lore, uetrott at Boston.
LZelder to Knabe to Safer. Bases on balls: Off
nuaoipn, z; otr rrendergsst, 1, Hlte and
earned runa: Off Prendsrgsst, 6 hits, 1 run
In eight Innlnge; off McConneil, 0 hit, 0 run
In one Inning. Struck out: By Rudolph. 6;
oy rrendergast, 3; by McConneil, 1. Um
pires: O'Day and HaVrleon.
.i 4 a s
Ran for Louden In ninth.
Batted for Hobba In ninth.
Brooklyn .....6 1 0 6 0 4 1 6
Cincinnati ....4 s" S 0 I I 0
Two-base hit: Louden. Three-Base hit:
Qoeta. Sacrifice hits: Olaon (8). Sacrifice
riy; hoods, rouble plays: Cheney to Cut
shaw to Ooels; Hobba to oLuden to Chase.
Bsses on balls: Off CHsney. 4. Hits and
earned rune: Off Cheney, 4 hits, I runs In
pine Innlnge; off Mitchell, 10 hits, 1 run
In nine Innlnga. Hit by pitched belt Louden
by Cheney. Struck out: By Cheney, I; by
Hitcneii, i. umpire: Rlgler and Eason.
(Hants Trim flrstee.
Pittsburgh, Aug. 16 New Tork defeated
Pltteburgh here today by a score of 6 to I.
winning the game In the eleventh inning
when singles by Robertson and Doyls, Burn's
triple ana Huntera home run reeulted
four runs being stored. . The Pirates made
one run in the fourth tnnlng en Btabee'e
triple and Hlnchman'a elngle and) another
In the fifth on Balrd's single, McCarthy's
sacrifice and Schmidt's single. New Tork
tied the count In the ninth Inning on hits
oy Hoberlson, Hraog and Hunt. Scora:
NEW TORK. PITTSBUROH.
, AB.H. O.A.E. AB.H. O.A.E.
Burns.lf till OWarr'r.lb 14116
0 ocarey.cf 4
4 2Rlgbee,lf 4
1 OHYh-n.rf I
I SJ'hna'n.lb I
I OBalrdilo 6
0 OM'C'rty.es S
5 8Hrhmldt.o 4
6 OHarmon.p 4
1 O'Flscher 1
6 0S 6Fariner 1
0 l 0
Totals.. 41 11 II 10 I
Doyle. lb I
ToUl.. 41 II II 1
Batted for Bailee In eighth.
" 'Batted for McCarthy In eleventh.
Batted for-Harmon M eleventh.
New Tork S t t II III I I 44
Pittsburgh I 4 6 110 4 4 4 01
Three-base hlta: Bursa. Blgbee. Home
mini Hunter. Stolen' baae: Carey. Sacrifice
nua. nersog, Carey, McCarthy. Double
plays: Harmon to McCarthy to Johnston.
First bass on balls: Off Teereau. I. Hits
and earned rune: Off Salle. 6 hlta. t rune
In seven Innlnge: oft Teareeu, I hlte, no
runa In four Innlnga; off Harmon, IS hits,
I runa In eleveat Innings. Struck out: By
Sallee. I; by Teereau, 4: by Harmon, I.
Umplrea; Byron and Qulgley, . .
Rudolph' Wine Again. 1
Chicago, Aug. II. Rudolph won hla tenth
straight game today, holding Chicago to
three hits, while Boston scored the only run
of the contest on Magee's double, a sacri
fice hit end a squats play engtneere by
Smith. Score: v
MVnv'e.ss 4 111 OZetdsr.lb
S'dgrs.cf 4 1 I OFIack.rf
Cnnn'ly.lf Sill 0 Mann. If
Magee,rf till OSaier.lb
K n hy.lb 2 1 11 I OKelly.cf
Smlth.ll tilt lArcher.o
F.gan.lb Sill 0Knabe.ll,
Bl'kb'n.e lilt SW'rt'n.ss Hill
Rud lph.p III! IP'd'1'st.p I I i
M'Con'l.p I I I
Totala..37 I II 11 'Hofnn 1060
' . ' 14 Totals.. 2"s sTli"l
Batted for Prendergast In eighth.
Bosion I 0 1 c 0 0 11
Chicago , 4 I 6 I 6 I 4 a q
Two-baae tills: Magse, Knabe Stolen
ha'.-: Waranvllle. "lack, Worlman. Hacrt
rku hits; Konetchy. Mann. Duubl pia'l
AB.H. O A S.
4 6 3 4 6
I 1 S I 0
I I S I I
4 I S 1 I
LINCOLN COHES FOR
THREE FRAYS TODAY
Biggest Series of (the Year in
gmana starts at Rourke
.Park This Afternoon.
BOOSTER DAY TUESDAY
The biggest series of the year in
Omaha starts at Rourke nark this
afternoon wnen the leaKue-leadina-
Rourkcs tansrle in the first
of a three-game series with the lowly
Links from Lincoln, who are at pres
ent riding in second place, hot in pur
suit of the pace-making locals.
The Links come to Omaha an even
five games Behind in the fight for the
well known pennant. PaA they are
coming with a determination ta sweep
the series which would place them but
two games behind Krug's men and
would make the mmighty dangerous
On the other hand, the Rourkes in
tend to sweep the series so that the
Links will no lonfier be an Obstacle
in their, path. A .sweep for the
Rourkes would put The Links eight
games behind and practical1 out of
the race, everything: taken emtallv.
Thus does considerable hang in the
oaiance ot tnese three games. And
also thus does the fan rejoice because
he will be sure to see three games of
the most hotly contested and spirited
base ball ever staged on the local lot.
They should be three wonderful
One game will be played this after
noon. It will start at 3:15. Two games
will be played, the first game start
ing at 2 o'clock.
Booster Day Tueaday.
' Next Tuesday will be Booster day
in Omaha. The Omaha Commercial
club is behind the movement and noti
fied Pa Rourke yesterda afternoon
I I t I . V. . n . . .
mat it nau iramcu tnc noosicr nay
out of appreciation to Pa and his
athletes for what they have, done for
Omaha this season.
Tuesday noon the Omaha team and
the Dea Moines' club, which will be
in Omaha that day, will be guests of
the club at a. luncheon. Everybody
who can get away is urged to attend
the game so that Rourke will know
Omaha appreciates his winning team.
Also on Tuesday the Rotary c'ub
will be guests of Pa Rourke at the
game. ' . . . , .
lmmod?st Dancing Scored
By Meeting of Masters
Chicago. Aug. 25. Immodest' dan
cing was scored tonight by speakers
i r . 1 X - . ' a I . ' I
oeiore me national Association oi
Tjanrinor Maaters in rrmventinn ifWe.
y L. P. Christensen of Chicago, an of
ficer o the association- declared the
objectional featue abcuM dancing is
the immodest position many dancers
assume. "A dance, a figure, a st4p
matters little," h said, "Position is
everything." , ' v
The "glide canter." a variation of
the fex trot and one-step, was dem
onstrated to the association today.
Persistent Advertising Is the Road
to Success. j i - -. I
OYER NEW YORK
' y ' 'i
Make Fourteen Hits Off Three
Pitchers and Win, Five
to Two. - ...
WEILMAN IS HIT HASD
New York, Aug. 25. St. Louis
made fourteen hits off three pitchers
today and won, 5 to 2. Cullop yielded
ten hits in five innings and lost his
second game this season. New York
hit Weilman hard, but he was strong
with men on bases and received great
support, and especially from Pratt,
Shotten and Sisler. Score:
ST. I.01TIH. NEW TORK.
Rawlnf! OpADlnc of fall meeting of Cod
iwucht Park Jocktf Ottawa, Oot.i
clsMa ot mtlnf of Saratoga Racing m
ctatlon, Saratoga, V. x
Btw Ball: Drafting Muon In organised
base ball opens today.
AthlrtlMt New England A. A. A. U. eham
nlonahlpi, at Cambridge. Mattm, MtropIl
tan A. A. A.-U. ebamploathlpi. at Brooklyn,
Middle Atlantic A. A. A. (J. champtoMhlpi,
at Philadelphia. ,
Tonnltt Intrmonntaln shamplonthlp tour
nament openg at Halt Lake Citrt Kentucky
tate ehamptonalilp tomrmament open at
LoulivlilD. , ,
Aatomobllei One-hundred-nHle track race
at KalanwMW, Mich.
Bench Shows: Annual show of Aebarr
Park Kennel elnb, lxing Branch, . J.
Bowing i Annaal regatta of Long Island
Rowing association, Brooklyn.
Yachting: Midsummer regatta of lVew
Rochelle acbt club. Long bland sound.
Boilngi Willie Beorher against Harry
Pierce,1 ten rounds, at Brooklyn.
8hotten.lt 4 1 0 oA.m'gef.cf (2300
MiUnr.lf 6 10 6 oHlih.lf ( 1 10 .
Slalerlb "4210 0P'k'p h,8s 62170
Pratt.tb 4 J 2 oPlPp.lb 3 0 S 2 0
M'rBftnR.cf 4. 1 2 0 OOldrtng.rf 4 I 0 0 0
Hflverdafi 4 12 1 0Mu!ten,2b 2 2 10 1
Autitln.as 4 1 0 0 0B'um'n,3b 4 0 3 S 0
Lavan,M 4 I 2 2 OWaltenieC 4 112-0
W'Jm'n.p S 2 0 1 OCullop.p 10 10 0
'N'nm'k'r 110 0 0
Totals.. 36 14 27 7 OLove.p 0 0 0 2 0
Alex'der 1 0 0 0 0
Mof'dge.p 0 0 0 0 0
S Totals.. 37 13 27 If 1
Batted for Cullop in fifth.
Batted (or Love In seventh.
Batted for Mogrldge Id ninth.
St. Louis 1 10 110 10 0 S
New York 0 0 0 M) 0 1 0 1 0 2
Two-bane hits:. Shotten, Levari. Mullen
(2). Three-bane hits: Sisler. Fllea: Pratt,
Baumann, Severeld. Double plays: Pratt
and Slnler; Lavan, Pratt and Sisler. Bases
on baits: Off Cullop, 2; off Love, 2. Hits and
earned runs: Off Cullop, 10 and 2 In 5; off
Love, 2 and 1- In 2; off Mogrldge, 2 and
none In 2; off Weilman, 2 runs. Struck out:
By Cullop, 2: by "Cove, 1; by Mogrldge, 3.
Umpires: O'Loughlln and Evans.
' Dans Whips Boston.
Boston. Aug. 35. Dausa won his own
game today, eDtrott defeating Boston, 2 to
1. With two out and a man en eeoond
In the aeventh inning, Hetlman, batting for
Spencer, popped along the foul line back
of first base. It went for two baacpj.
Burns scoring. Daut-e then hit to the flag
pole for- two bases, Hell man coming home.
The Red Sox got two of their hits in the
sixth, when they scored their only run.
Walker made a great one-handed catch of
Cobb's fly after a long run. Score:
114 OHooper.rf 2 0 3 0 0
OHarry.Zb I 0 0 i 0
OL.ewis,f 4 0 0 0 0
OH'b'a'I.Ib 1 119 a a
OOalner.lb 0 0 1
oweviKor.rr 0 0
OO'dner.Sb 3 11
OSoott.ss 2 0
lJanvrlnss 1 0
lCady l o
O'Vhomas.o 0 0
Veach.lf ' 4
Burn e, lb 4
Baker.o . 1
Totals. .34 1 37 17 2L'nardTp
Totals. .27 4 27 14 1
'Batted for Spencer In ninth. -V,
Batted for Scott In seventh. ,
flatted for Shore in seventh.
Ran for Hoblltaell In eighth.
Batted for Leonard in ninth.
Detroit .... ...0 0 0 0 0 C
Boston 0 o 0 0 1
TWO-DAe hits: Vearh. Hnhh u.11...
Dausa. Stolen bses: Hoooer. MrV.iiv ...
rlfice hlte:- Barry . Jl. ThAm.a i-i-,.ki
playst Barry to Scott to Hoblltsel, Vltt to
u oumtj, aeon io uartiner to Cady.
Scott to HobHtxel. Bases on balls- Off
Dauss 5; off Shore. 1. Hlte and earned
runs: Off Dauss, 4 hits, l run In nine in
nings; off Shore. 3 bits, 2 run in aeven
innings; off Leonard, I hu. 0 run In two
Innlnt-H. Hit by pitched ball: By Dauss
Gardner. Struck out: By Daus by
Shore, 2; by Leonard, It Umpires': Owens
Cleveland Wins Two.
Philadelphia, Aug. 26. Bad pitching and
fielding enabled Cleveland to win both
games from Philadelphia today, 13 to t,
and 10 to 2. Nabore was taken out in the
second tnnlng of the first game on account
of wlldess and Williams was also wild, and
was hit hard. The home team knocked
Bagby off the rubber in the eighth Innlg
and he was succeeded by Beebe, who not
only finished this game, : but also pitched
fine ball In the secod contest Score, first
On el 11,? ft
0 OWIU.ss 3 12
1 OWaluh.rf 4 3-0
0 OStrunk.cf 3 2 3
0 OSchang.tf B 2 1
1 lLajoie.2b 6 14
4 IM'Innls.lb 4 2 10
1 0 Pick, 3 b S 0 2
2 lPlclnlch.o 5 2b
1 ONabors.p 0 0 0
1 OW'U'ma.p 4 0 0
Totals.. 81 12 27 10 2
Totals.. 36 13 27 11 3
Cleveland ...1 2 0 0 I 8 1 2 3 13
Philadelphia .2 0 0 0-0 1 3 3 28
Twd-basehits: Oandll, Walsh. Three-base
hits: Qrahey, - 'Pictnlch. Stolen bases:
Wambsganss, Chapman (8, Basby. Strunk.
Sacrifice hlta: Bagby, Wambsganss, Walsh.
sacrince fly: Mcinnis. Double plays: Witt,
Lajole and Mclnnle ()2. Bases on balls:
Off Bagby, 3; off Nabora, 6; off Williams,
3. Hits and earned r.uns: Off Bagby. f hits,
B runa In seven and one-third innings; off
Beebe, J, hits, no runs in one and two-thirds
Innings; off Nabore, no hits, t runs In one
Inning (none out In second); off Williams,
13 hits, 9 runs In eight Innings. Hit by
pitched ball : Witt by Bagby. Struck out:
By Bagby. 6;' by Beebe, 2; by Williams, S.
Wild pitch. Williams. Passed ball: O'Neill.
Umpires: Connolly and Chill. Score, second
AB.H. O.A.E. AB.H. O.A.E.
Oraney.lf 3 2 3 0 OWItt.ss 3 0 10
1 UKing.es ' 1
0 OWalsh.rf 3
0 OStrunk.cf 3
0 OScharg.lf 4
6 0Lajo1e,2b 2
3 OLarey.Sb 2
4 OM'In'Ia.lb 4
0 0 Pick. 3b 4
Turner, 3 b (
0 0 0 0
Totals.. St 14 27 13 DSheehan.p 2
Totals.. 31 0i!7 12 0
Batted for Bush in third.
Cleveland ...2 1 2 2 1 1 1 0 010
Philadelphia .0000 1 00 1 02
Two-base hits: Turner, Chapman, Bhee
han. Threo-base hits: Wambssanns, Walsh.
Stolen baies: Wambsganns, Oandll. Mcln
nts (3). Sacrifice hit: Beebe. Double play:
Oandll to Beebe to Wambstranns. Bases on,
balls: Off Beebe. S; off Bush, 2; off Shee
han, 2. Hits and earned rune: Off Beebe,
8 hits, 2 runs In nine Innings; off Bush.
3 hits, 2 runs In three Innings; off Sheehan,
eight lilts, 4 runs In six innings. Struck
out: By Beebe, 3; byBueh, 2: by Sheehan,
1. Umpires: Chill and Connolly.
Senatoni Trim White Sox.
Washington, Aug. 2B. Washington took
the second game of the socles from Chi
cago mday. 6 lo 2. With Ihe' score tied the
game was won In the sixth inning off Wolf
gang,, who had succeeded Williams In the
box. Foster's double and singles by Milan,
Shanks, Judge and McBrlde scored throe
An X-rny examination today revealed
that Catcher Ainsmlth's flnse finger was
fractured in the game Wednesday. He is
not expected to be abel to play again this
OJam'scm.lf 4 14 0 0
2 0 OFoster.Zb 4 2 1
4 3 OMllan.cf 4 3 4
0 0 0Smlth,rf 4 0 2
5 1 0Bhanlr.,3b 4 3 0
2 0 ojud.s;e,ib 4 z
5 2 OM'B'de.ss 2 2
.Troll Inn. If 6 2 3 0
Jackson, rf 4
Ness lb 4
V'nK'ln'a 0 0 0 0 OHarper.p 2
Murphy 0 v 0 u. vsnaw.p 1
2 4 0
0 0 2 0
0 0 0 0
Total8..81t2S7 9 0
0 0 0
Totals.. 34 10 24 S 0
Batted for Terry in sUtii.
Ran for Von Kotntta In sixth.
Batted for Williams In sixth.
Batted- for Wolfgang In ninth.
, 'Batted for McMullen In ninth,
Chicago 1 0 0 0 1 0 0
WaRhligton ...0 0 0 0 2 3 0
Two-base hits: J. Collins (2),-Foster.
Stolen"- bases: E. Col linn, Jackson, Terry,
Sena Ik ,2, Foster. Sacrifice files: Weaver,
Henry. Double plays: Schalk to E. Collins, E.
Collins to Ness. Bases on balls:. Off Harper,
3. Hlta and earned runs: Off Harper, 10
hlta, 2 runs In six and two-thirds Innings;
off Shaw, 0 hit, 0 run In two and two- '
thirds innings; off Williams, 6 hits,. 2 runs
In five Innings; off Wolfgang, $ hlte, 3 runs
In three Innings. Hit by pitched ball: By
Williams. MfRrliieV St melt mitt Rv Harnur
1; by Williams, 6. Umpires. lneen and
Hal J. Wins Pace
' At Webster County Faiir
Boeling, Neb., Aug. 25. (Special.)
The second day of the Webster
counts; fir m attended by a large
crowd, on account of Hal J., a hr.me
horse, starting in the 2:24 pace. - At
tendance 2,500. Results:
Hal J. (ColllcotO...
Hancy H. (Ranson).
Robert A. (Mossoth). . . .
tturnlce May (rirkrei)
Little Leone (Pratt) ..,
Harry Mesmow (Peal) ,
J. M. Todd (Echran)..
Time: 2:31, 2:1K, 2:lti.
SDeclal trot or pace:
Joe Dal ton. v ..,.2 1 1
Dick s. 3 3 8
Earthquake .. 7T. ...1 3 3
Time: 2:24, 3:20, 3:10.
Half-mile dash was won bl Blaze B. and
May D. second. Time: :fil.
Cubs Buy Walters.
Chicago, Aug. 25. The Chicago Nationals
today bought Outfielder Harry , Walters of
the Lof Angeles Pacific Coant league team.
The deal was closed by President John
Power; of the Los Angeles club and Presi
dent Weeghman of the Cuba.
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