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BAD INNINGS, L0SB
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Boosters Hammer North in
Fourth and Errors Adds to
Count in Eighth.
OMAHA FAILS TO BUNCH
The Rourkes got mixed up with a
couple of bad innings yesterday and
the Boosters slipped our heroes a
bitter dose of defeat, 8 to 4. As the
truculent Sioux walloped the lowly
Links, however, Omaha did not lose
anything in the race, for the well
known pennant. , .
Lou . North was' the first victim.
Lou retired thelabellite three in a
row for the first three innings, but in
the fourth they began to thump him
and when the smoke of battle cleared
way to the shower with a towel over
his right shoulder. The Boosters
nicked Lou'scurves for four hits and
counted three runs.
Prince. Gaskell was summoned to
the rescue with one out and the bases
choked. Prince had the old windup
working in tip-top form, but he had
some bad luck.' First Marshall com
mitted a passed ball for a score, then
Kilduff loafed a play and then Higgin
botham garnered a scratchy hit. All
this gave the coon creekers three
more marks.
Krause Finishes.
The prince sailed gaily along until
the seventh when he was derricked
for a sniper and Harry Krause fin
ished the game. A hiti followed by
errors by Miller, Marshal and.jrflan,
gave the' Boosters tWoTn the eighth.
Omaha outhit Des Moines, but all
the iatter's hits came in bunches and
when the Rourkes made errors.
"I-1".--"Caas Makes Error.
Omaha slipped over one run- in the
third on Kilduff's single and a three
base error by Cass. Two errors by
Meloan with hits by Thompson and
Forsythe counted two in the eighth
and Smith's single; and. Thompson's
double gave us another in the ninth. '
Two Des Moines youngsters, who
were iudeed as the best grade, school
base ball players in the Iowa capital,
are making the trip with the Des
Moines club. Tom Fairweather, for
merly secretary of the Des Moines
club and now a councilman, put: up
a trio around the circuit as a Drize
for the best grade school player m
Des Moines. When the points were
totalled up it was discovered th.t
Clarence Hurst and Clifford Knox had
the same number. So Fairweather
said both youngsters should have the
trip. Hurst and Knox make up a
battery and the Isbellites say they are
coming youths. One is 14 years old
and the other 16.
The last game of the series between
Omaha and Des Moines will be played
this afternoon at 3:15. Then the
Rourkes hike to Lincoln for 4 series.
Wiches Beat Kaws
In Stiff Combat
Wichita, ' Aug. 30. Wichita outhit
Topeka today and won a hard fought
game, 6 to 5. Score:
WICHITA.'
AB. R. H. O. A. E.
To, rf i 0 1 0 0 0
Jackson, cf 4 0 1 0 0 0
Coy, It 6 1 8 8 0 0
Brltton. at a t S 2
Oray, c 4 0 18 10
l.ltachl, 3b i 1 2 0 4 0
Happi. lb 8 0 3 i 0
White, as 2 0 0 1 0 1
llrlffln. 1 0 0 0 0 0
Davis, p 1 1 0 1 1 0
Orals, p 1 0 0 0 0 0
Hunt 1 0 0 0 0 0
Hetllng 1 0 1 0 0 0
Totals 38 6 1. 27 13 3
TOPEKA.
AB. R H. O. A. E.
R. Lathrop, cf 1 1 4 0 0
Aaler. rf 3 1 0 1 0 0
Ooodwln. 2b 3 01 2 6 0
Derate, ss 4 0 1 0 6 0
Enisle. 3b 4 3 1 3 0
Devore. U 3 1 1 3 0 ' 0
W. Lathrop, lb 4 0 3 14 0 0
Monroe, c 2 0 0 I 1 1
Hall, p...: 4 0 0 4 0
Hennln. p 0 H 0 0 0 0
Totals 33 5 7 30 17 1
Two out when winning run scored.
- 'Batted for White In sixth.
Batted tor Davis tn eixth.(
Wichita ..0 0 3 0 0 1 1 0 I 8
Topeka 2 0 0 2 0 l'O 0 0 b
Sacrifice hits: Ooodwln, Pevore. Oray.
Two-baae ' hits: R. Lathrop. Fox (2), Coy,
Lltachl. Stolen bases: Brltton. Hits: Oft
Davla, S in six Innings; off Hall, 13 In
eight and one-third Innings. Double play:
Lltschl to Brltton to Rapps. Struck out:
By Davis. 3; by Craig, Hennlng. Bases on
balls: Off Davla, 3; off HaU, I. Time: 3:10.
Omplra Carney.
Bears andJosies
Divide Double Bill
' St. Joseph, Aug. 30. St. Joseph
and Denver split a double header
today. The first game was an eleven
inning pitchers' battle between Rus
sell Ford and Williams. The second
No Harm Done
OMAHA.
AB. B. H. O. A. K.
Smith, If 5 S 1 S 0 t
Burg, 3b 5 0 9 8
Thompson, cf .4 1 S 1 0 0
Miller, lb .' S 0 11 1 1
Marshall, e 4 0 1 S 0 1
Forsythe, rf 4 0 1 S 0 0
Ktlduff, ss S 1 1 S 1
Irelan, 2b 4 0 1 S t 1
North, p 0 0 0 0 1 0
Gaskell, p 1 0 0 0 S
Krause, p 1 0 0 0 1
Krueger, p 1 0 0 4) 0 0
Totals SS 4 S ST 14 4
DES MOINES.
AB. R. H. 0. A. B.
Hahn, rf S 0 S 1 0 0
Hunter, of 4 1 1 I S
Hartford, s 4 1 S I 4
Meloan, 2b S 1 I I S t
Jones, lb 4 t 1 11 0
Cass, If 4 1 0 S 1
Spahr, e S 1 0 I 0 0
Ewolclt, 8b 8 0 0 S 1 0
Hlgglnbotham 4 0 1 1 I 0
Total! 84 S 7 tl S 4
Batted for Gaskell In seventh.
Dei Moines
Runs 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 S
Hit 0 0 0 0 t 0 0 1 07
Omaha
Runs 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 S 14
Hits 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 S 80
Two-base hltst Meloan, Thompson t).
Haorifiee hits: Jones, North. Htolsn bases:
Jones (2). Double plays! Hartford to Jones,
Irelan to Kllduff to Miller, Hits I Off North,
4 in three and one-third Inningsi off Gas
kell, 2 In three and two-thirds Innlngscoff
Krause, 1 In two Innings. Struck outt By
Hlgglnbotham, Si by North, li by Krause,
1. Bases on balls: Off Hlgglnbotham, 1
oft North, 1: off Krause, 2. Passed hall:
Marshall, wild pitches: Hlgglnbotham, t.
Left on bases: Omaha, Si Des Moines, S.
Time: 1:45. Umpire: Miller.
was thrown away by errors by the
locals. Score first game:
DENVER.
AB. R. H. O. A. E.
Miller, rf 0 0 2 0 0
Lloyd, 2b t 1 2 3 4
Oakes, cf .'. S 0 2 8 0 0
Butcher, 3b 5 110 0 0
Dyer, ss 4 0 0 8 S 1
Shields, lb ....4 0 1 17 1 0
Cole, If .4 0 1 1 0 0
Shestak, c 4 0 1 I 1 0
Ford, p 4 0 2 1 7 1
TTotal ...41 2 13 32 II I
ST. JOSEPHr
AB. R, H. O. A. B.
Wright, cf
McCabe, 2b
Jourdan, lb
Kirk ham, If
Sullivan, rf
McClelland. 3b..
O. Williams, ss.
Beers, 0
J. Williams, p...
Totals 88 I I 38 17 2
Two out when winning run was scored
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St. JoieDh. .'. . IHI1IIII 11
Struck out: By Williams, 7; by Ford, 8.
Wild pitches: Ford, 3. Stolen bases: Wright,
Dyer, 8. Balance hits: Sullivan, Shestak,
Beers, McCleelland. Two-bass hits: Mc
Cabe, Oakea. Left on bases: St. Joseph, 6:
Denver, 11. Earned runs: St. Joseph, 8;
Denver, 2. Time of gams: 8:14. Umpire:
Kanse. Score second gams:
DENVER.
AB. R. H. O. A. E.
I Miller, rf...
..8 1 0 o
..8 3 11
.. 4 3 3 3
Lloyd, Zb...
'Oakes, cf...
Butcher, 3b
Dyer, ss....
Shields, lb.
Cole. If
Stevens, c.
Andrews, p.
Totals
.. 8
.. 3
.. 3
.. 3
37 7 6
ST. JOSEPH.
AB. R.
A. E.
0 0
Wright, cf
McCabe, 2b
Jourdan, lb
Klrkham, If
Sullivan, rf.....
McClelland. 3b
O. Williams, ss
Beers, c
Hovllk, p
8 ' 0
Totals 21 0 1 21 15 8
Denver 0 0 0 0 0 6 17
St. Joseph 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Called In seventh on account of darkness.
Struck out: By Hovllk, 8; by Andrews. 4.
Base on balls, Off Hovllk, 2; off Andrews. 3.
Passed balls: Beers. 3. Stolen bases: Jour
dan, Shields. Sacrifice hits: Lloyd. McClel
land. Two-bsse hit: Lloyd. Double play:
Dyer to Lloyd to Shields. Left on bases:
St. Joseph, 1 : Denver, 3. Earned runf :
Denver, 6. Time: 1:20. Umpire: Kane.
Sioux Take Fall Out
Of Ducky's Darlings
Lincoln, Neb., Aug. 30. In a ten
inning pitchers' battle between Hatla
and Clark, Sioux City defeated Lin
coln today, 3 to 2. Score:
LINCOLN.
AB. R. H. O. A. E.
Carlil, If S 0 1 4.0 0
William., 4 1113ft
Thomason, cf 4 0 i 9 0 0
Lober, rf 4 I) 1 S 1 ft
Mors-.. 3b 4 0 ft 3 S 1
Hunter, lb 4 0 3 14 0 0
Lattlmore. 2b 4 0 0 14 1
Johnson, c 8 1 0 4 3 0
Halla, p 4 0 10 10
Total 18 3 I 30 11 I
SIOUX CITT.
AB. R. H. O. A. B.
rjltmore. If 4 113 0 0
Watson, rf 3 ft 0 3 0 0
Motz. lb 4 0 1 II 1 0
LJune, cf 4 0 0 1 0
Connolly, 3b 4 ft 0 ' 1 3 0
Rader, an 4 1 1 I 1 0
Cooney, 3b 4 0 1 3 4 0
Living! ton, e 4 0 0 3 1 0
Clark, p 4 110 10
Total! 3S 9 T 30 14 0
Lincoln ...00 0 1 00011 03
Hioux City. OOftOOllOO 11
Two-baa hlta: Williams, Mti, ljun.
Rader. Clark. SarrlAc hit: Wilson. truck
out: By Halla. 1: by Clark. 3. - Hit by
pitched ball: By Clark (Johnson). Lft on
bRrtps: Lincoln, ft; Kloux City, 4. Umpires:
Mullen and Shannon. Time: 1:14.
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International News Service,
BROWNS HITLESS
Boston Hurler Forces Most
Batters to Fop Up Easy
Flies, Fanning Three. .
CABRIGAN BEHIND THE BAT
Boston, Aug. 30. Dutch Leonard
held the Browns without a hit or
run, while Boston scored four runs off
Weilman. Two men reached first base
but neither got t osecond. Leonard
struck out only three men, for the
most part forcing the batters to pop
up easy fiies. Today, no hit, no run
game was the second to the credit
of the Red Sox this season. George
Foster turned the trick against New
York last June and sporting writers
directed attention to the fact that
in both games Manager Carrigan was
behind the bat. An examination of
Captain Barry's right hand today dis
closed that a bone on the back of the
hand was fractured and that he would
be out of the game four weeks. Score:
ST. LOUIS.
BOSTON.
AB.H.O.A.E.
AB.H.0.4.B.
Shotton.lf 4 0 11 0Hoopr,rf 1 3 4 0 0
MUtu-.rf 10 3 0 OMcNMy.lb 4 0 110
Tobln.rf 1 0 0 0 0 Lewis. If 41100
Slslor.tb 10 0 1 OOalnfr.lb 4 110 0
Pratt, b 3 0 11 JWalkr,cf. 4 110 0
Mars'ns.cf 1 0 4 0 OQ'dntr.Sb 1113 0
Snvereld.c 3 0 4 1 OScott.a 10 14 0
AUBtfn.ftb 1111 0Carran.n 1 1 1 A A
La van, si Mil 0Lonaxd,p 3 10 0 0
Rumlar 1 0 0 0 0 Total. . 33 10 IT I 0
Hartley 0 0 0 0 0
Total. .37 0 24 I 0
Batted for Miliar In seventh.
Batted for Weilman In ninth.
. oi. uvui ...... v v v v v v v u wu
I Boston A 1 O A A 1 A A i
Two-base hlta: Hoopar. Wilkir, OardnAr.
Three-base hit: Walker. Stolen bases: Lewis,
Hooper. Double plays: Austin to aisler to
Severeid. Hits and earned run: OZ Well
mn, io hits, 4 runs In elfht lnnlnga. Struck
out: By Wsltman, 3; by Leonard, 1. Passed
ball: "-Severeid. Umplrea: Owens and Hll
debrand. Macks Los to Chicsro.
Philadelphia, Auk. 10. Chicago won from
Philadelphia today, 7 to I. Faber had the
home team at hi mercy, except In the
fourth inning, when three hlta netted two
runs. Von Kolnlts made thtee singles and
drove in three run for Chicago. Score:
CHICAGO. PHILADELPHIA.
AB.H.O.A.E. AB.H.O.A.E
Lei bo Id, rf 1 0 0 0 OWltt, 4 0 4 4 0
Weaver, 111 0Wa!h,rf 40100
E. Col. ,2b 110 4 OOrimra.cf 41000
Jaokson.lf 4 10 0 OSohang.If 3 1110
Ness.lb 4 0 1T 0 0McIn'la,lb 3 1 10 1 1
F loch, Of 4 1 3 0 0 Pick, lb 1 1 0 I 1
V.Kol'i.lb 6 1 0 3 lLawrey.Sb I 0 110
Schalk.c 1(11 OPich'ch.e 1 0 I 1 1
Faber.p 3 0 0 4 OShesban.p 3 0 0 0 1
My oi ,p 0 0 0 0 0
Totals..!! 127 ID lMcSlwee 1 0 ft 0 0
Total.. 30 "4 17 13 "7
Batted for Sheehan In eighth.
Chicago 00011110 17
Philadelphia . ,0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 01
Two-baae hit: Jackson. Three-base hit:
Mclnnls. Stolen bases: Weaver (I); Welach,
B. Collin, Ness. Struck out: By Faber, I;
Sheehan, 6; Mytrs, 1. Bases on balls: Off
Sheehan, 4; off Myers, J. Hit by pitcher:
Faber (Schang); Myers (Jackson). Hits and
earned runs: Off Fber, 4 hit and 3 runs
In nine Inning; off Sheehan. T hits And 1
runs In eight In nigs; off Myers, 1 ad 8
runs In one Inning. Wild pitch: Sheehan.
Umplrea: Chill and Connolly.
Senators Defeat Indians.
Washington, Aug. 30. Washington easily
defeated Cleveland, 3 to 1 today. Of seven
hits made off OslUa all but two were
tcratchy. Washington earned two runs, one
off Combe In six Inning and another off
Coveleskle In two. Score:
CLEVELAND. WA8HINOTON.
AB.H.O.A.E. AB.H.O.A.E
Craney.lf 4 14 0 OLeon'd.Sb 4 1110
TUrncr. Sb 4 10 1 OFoster.lb 11111
Rpeaker.cf 4 0 11 OMtlan.cf 4 14 0 0
potn.rr 4110 Bmitnrr 11200
Oandll.lb 3 0 11 ft OShanks.lf 4 14 0 0
Chap'm.ss 10 11 OJudge.lb l'O 4 l 0
Berg'n.lb 4 10 1 lMcB'd, 4 10 10
O'Neill, c4 1 I 0 OHeney.o 1 1 0 0 0
oumbe,p 3 0 0 1 lQallia.p 3 10 10
Moeiier 10000
CoT)Utp 0 0 0 0 0 Totals.. II 127 0 1
Welf 0 0 0 0 0
Total. .14 7 1411 3
Batted tor Combe" In seventh.
Batted for Coveleskle In ninth.
Ran for Coleman In ninth.
Cleveland 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 01
Washington ..001 00101 8
Two-base-hits: Henry. Smith, Three-base
hit: Oraney. Stolen bases: Turner (2). I
Double play: Speaker to Oandll. Bases on 1
balls:: Oallla, 2; Combe, 3. Hits and earned j
Bad Boys Not Able to Keep Jack
and His Machine Oat of Parade
"Jack" Crary, 1622 Spencer street,
wanted a pushmobile. "Jack" is only
10 years old, but he has a lot of
friends amongst the older boys, so
four of the bigger fellows banded to
gether and made him the finest little
ol' pushmobile that you ever saw.
The little ol' pushmobile wasn't
really as little as you might think, be
cause, when Jack wanted to enter the
race today, he found that his dandy
new car was too big for the rest of
them.
He felt pretty bad about this, but
found out that a Red Cross car would
be needed, 10 he and the big boys
fixed it all up to look after the drivers
that might get hurt.
The car was all painted white with
a Red Cross mark on each side, and
Jack took it up in the vacant lot to
show the rest of the fellahs.
"That ol' car ain't ao much," laid
one bad boy to another, and 'when
"Jack" wasn t looking he stuck a nail
in two of the tirea. Yes, sir, it had'
real automobile tires and everything,
OMAHA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1916.
Standing of Teams
WEST. LEAGUE. ..NAT. LEAOUE.
W.L.Pct. WL.Pct
Omaha . . ..80 44 ,4 rBooklyri ...73 44.821
Lincoln . ...74 50 .6?l Boston ,....58 45.80:
Des Moines 84 88 (80 Phlla 87 43 .578
Sioux City... 85 80 520 New York., .58 38 .481
Denver 68 87 .464 Pittsburgh .64 63 .461
Topeka ... .66 70 .440' St. Louis ...66 67 .461
Wichita ....6473 .436 Chicago . ... 84 S .443
St. Joseph. .60 77 .184 Cincinnati ..48 78.371
AHER. LEAOUE. AMBR, ASSN.
, W,L.Pot.
W.L.Pct,
Boston 71 61 .681
Detroit ....61 67 .648
St. Louis..., I 61 ,64ft
Chicago ....47 68 .680
New York. .46 68 .632
Cleveland ..17 60 .6281
Indianapolis 74 65 .(80
Louisville .. .74 68 .574
Kansas City. 71 69 ,60
Minneapolis P fit. 519
St. Paul
66 63 .616
68 66 .492
68 78 .402
Toledo
wash Int ton 69 41 .484
Columbus ,
Milwaukee
Phlla 27 S3 .326
46 86.36
Yesterday's Result.
WESTERN LEAOUE.
Topeka, 6; Wichita. . '
Stoux City, 1; Lincoln, 1.
Des Molnea, 8; Omaha, 4.
Denver 1-7; St. Joseph, 1-0.
NATIONAL LEAOUE.
Brooklyn, 4; St. Louis. 1.
Philadelphia. 0; Chicago, 3.
New Tork 4; Cincinnati, 6.
Boston, 1-4; Pittsburgh. 0-7,
AMERICAN LEA QUE.
Cleveland, 1; Washington, 8.
Chicago, 7; Philadelphia. '3.
Detroit, I; New Tork. 6.
St. Louis. 0; Boston, 4. 1
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION.
Louisville. 1; Indianapolis, 1.
Milwaukee, 1; St. Paul, 4.
Kansas City, 3; Minneapolis, I.
Columbus, 1-7; Toledo, 08.
Games Today.
Western League Topeka nt Wichita ;
Sioux City at ILneoln; Des Moines a)
Omaha; Denver at St. Joseph.
National League Brooklyn at St. Louis;
Philadelphia at Chicago; New Tork at Cin
cinnati; Boston at Pittsburgh.
American League Cleveland at Waahln.
ton; Chicago at Philadelphia; Detroit at
new lorn; oi. kouib at Boston.
runs: Off Combe, 8 hit and one run In six
Innings; oft Coveleskl, 1 hit and 1 run tn two
Innings; off Oallla, 7 htls and 1 run In nine
innings. Struck out: By Gallia, 8; by Combe,
4. umpires: nauin ana uineen.
Yankee Defeat eDtrolt. 1
New Tork. Aug. 10. Manager Donovan
shook np his team today, bringing Magee
to serond base and placing Mullen ' In
rignt neid and New Tork defeated Detroit.
6 to 3. The Yankees found James'' easy
won py ounenmg six nit rot rour runs
the third Inning. Shawkey pitched a
strong game for New York. Cebb made
tnree of in Detroit team's eight hit.
Score: 1
DETROIT. NEW YORK.
AB.H.O.A.E. AH U n A IP
Vltt.Sb 3 0 4 4 0Magee,2b 4 8 14 0
Bush. 4 113 0 High. If I 0 0 0 ft
Cobb.cf 4 8 10 OP k'p'h. 4 3 14 1
Veach.lf 4 110 OPtDD.lb s Sis 1 a
Crawf'd.rf 4 10 0 OMatatiMb 4 10 3 0
?urns,m 1 1 11 0 ouidrtng.er 4 18 0 0
oung.lb 4 0 0 1 IMulicn.rf 4 10 0 0
Spencer.e 10 6 1 ONun'ker.o 4 0 6 10
Hellman 1 0 0 0 CShawk'y.p 81140
McKee.c 0 0 0 0 0
James, p 110 10 Total. .14 It 27 1? 1
uoiana.p 10011
Harner 1 0 0 0 0 '
C'n'ham.p 0 0 0 0 1
Totala.. II l!41S ' .
Batted for Spencer In seventh.
Batted for Boland in seventh.
Detroit , 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 03
New York ..,.1 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 6
Two-base hit: Pecklnpauth. Stolen bases:
Burns, Oldrlng, Plpn. Hits and earned
runs: Off James, 7 hit. 6 runs In two and
one-third Innings; off Boland, 2 hits 0 run
in tnree ana one-third innings; off Cun
ningham, 3 hits, 0 run In two Innings; off
Shawkey, I fun. Struck out ; By Shawkey
4; by James, 1; by Boland, 8. Umpires:
O'Loughlln and Evans.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION.
At Indlanapllos R. H. E.
Louisville .... 00010000 fth-l 0 0
Indianapolis .01010000 2 8 0
Batteries: MIddleton and Williams; Daw
son And Schang.
At St. Paul R. H. B.
Milwaukee ...00010000 01 7 1
St. Paul 03001000 4 I 1
Batteries: Sherddel and Dllhoefer; Nle-
haua and Clemons.
At Mlnneaploi r. h. E.
Kansas City., 80000000 08 8 8
Minneapolis .. OISOOOOO 06 T 1
Battertes: Crutcher, Cocreham and Berry;
Coffey, Cashlon and Owen.
At Toledo (Firt Game) r. h. E.
Columbu .... 00000000 11 8 0
Toledo 0 00 0 0000 -00 4 1
Batteries: Bledgett and Pratt; Bailey and
Wells.
At Toledo (Second Game) R. H. B.
uoiumoue ,. .00001060 o-7 11- 1
Toledo 00103310 18 IS 1
Battsrles: Pleh. Davis and La Lona-e:
Pierce, Strand andSweeney.
Horsby Shows Class. .
Roger Hornsby of the St. Louis Cardinals
I coming along at a fast clip In batting and
looks to be able to give the National league
hitting star a real run for the high honors.
just like a regular one. When "Jack"
got home and found that his tires
had been punctured, he gave up hope
of going to the race, or driving his
pushmobile in the parade. But E. R.
Wilson happened to hear about all
this. So Tuesday morning a big truck
backed up to the Crary home and
took 'Jack's" pushmobile to be fixed.
And Jack went along on the front
seat.
When the big truck was pretty near
the garage, the driver looked back
and what do you think he saw? Why,
one of the pushmobile wheels had
worked loose and had dropped off
somewhere.
They all went back and tried to find
it But it was gone. '
Jack didn't cry, but he almost did.
Then the men took his car to the
garage, and put regular automobile
wheels on it, and yesterday Jack and
his Red Cross car were in the parade.
Jack and his two pushers were dress
ed in white, and his little ol' oushmo-
bile just made everyone look.
Drawn for
J UlAnlS WIN uAM
IN TWELFTH FRAME
Cincinnati Battle for Eleven
Innings With Honors of
. Pray Even.
SIX TO FIVE IS SCORE
Cincinnati, O., Aug. 30. For eleven
innings today ' Cincinnati and New
York battled with honors even, but
in the twelfth four consecutive sin
gles ty the visitors gave them the
edge and they captured the final
game of the series, 6 to 5. The wild
ness of both Benton and Perritt
caused them to be relieved early in
the struggle, while Schneider weak
ened in the eighth and he,too, was
Supplanted. Score:
NEW YORK. CINCINNATI.
ABH.O.A.B. AT.H.OA.B.
RurnMf I t 0 ONeale.lf S 0 4 0 I
R'bta'n.rf (110 ooroh.Sh 4 118 0
H'rsf.Jb (114 IRoush.of MIDI)
Zlm'r'n.Sb 8 2 1 a ftchun Bh n n r a n
iricner.sa 5 o I Otlrlfflth.rf 6 0 3 0 0
ttaurr.pr a l a o oriarke.o a 0 fl 1
Kelb.lb 4 0 7 0 OWlniro.Q 1 0 3 t 1
M'Carty.o t 1 4 Q OLouden.ns 6 0 4 J 0
Barlden.o 118 1 OHohn.lb 0 0 0 0 0
Bentou.p 0 0 OMItch'l.lb 4 1 A 6 0
Prrltt,p 0 0 0 0 OrVhn'der.p t 3 0 I 0
Tenreau.p 4 10 0 OMosaley p 1 0 0 0 0
Lobert 1 0 0 0 0
Total.. 40 6 30 15 8
roiajs. .tt 18 34 11 l
Batted for Perritt In third.
Ne? Tork ,..,..1 0 0 U 0 1 1 0 t 0 18
Cincinnati .0 8010000000 16
Two-base hit: Schneider. Three-base hltt
Tesreau. Stolen base; Fletcher. Double
plays: Oron to Chase, Qroh to Chase to
Clarke to Mltchflll. Bases on balls: Off
Benton, a;" off Perritt, 8: off Tsrau, 6;
off Schneider, 4;' off Moseley, 1. Hits and
carnea runs: urt Benton. 0 hit. 0 run in
one and one-third tnnlnn: off Purriitt n
hit, 3 rubs In two-thirds Innlnt; off Ten.
reau, 0 hits, 8 runs In ten Innings; off
iniinBiaer t nus, runs m eignt innings;
off Moaeley, 6 hits. 1 runs In four Inning.
Hit by pitched ball: By Schneider, Bobert-
on. oa ik : Teareau. Struck out : By Tes
reau, 8; by Schneider, 4; by Moseley, 8
Umpires: O'Day and Harrison.
Braves Blank Pirate.
Pittsburgh, Aug. 80. Boston shut out
Pittsburgh, 1 to 0, In the first game of a
double header here today, but lost the last
by a score of 7 to 0. Rudolph's single
afur. Evan had doubled In, the fifth Inning,
snored the only run made In the first con
test. After Pittsburgh had tied the score
In the last game In the sixth Inning, Balnl
dofibled In the tlnhth. stole third and
scored the winning run on Smykal's sacrl-
nve iiy. . score:
' BOSTON. PITTSBURGH.
AB.H.O.A.E. AB.H.O.A.E.
M'nv'te.as 0 4 R HWnra lh I t n a n
S'gress.cf 8 14 0 OCsrev.cf 4 I 8 0 0
Con'lly.rf 3 0 0 0 OBIgbee.lf 4 0 0 0 0
Tr'gftMser 1 0 0 0 OH'hman.rf 4 13 0 0
Wllhoit.rf 0 0 0 0 OJohn'n.lb S 0 12 0 0
Hagne.lf 4 10 0 OBalrd.Zb 3 0 4 8 0
K'tchy.lb 8 1 14 1 0Hchu1te 1 0 0 0 0
F'p't'kJb 8 0 0 1 IFa-rmer.tb 0 0 0 0 0
Bgan.ab 8 1 0 1 0Sniykal.es 1 1 S 0
Oowdy.c 8 14 1 OFlnrher.o 3 0 4 1 0
Rudolph.p 3 114 OCooper.p .31140
wagner t o o o n
Total!.. 29 0 37 17 lMUler.p 0 0 0 0 0
Totals. .Jlli? 13 "fl
Batted for Connolly In eighth. f
Batted for Balrd In esventh.
Batted for Cooper In eighth.
Botson ;..0 0 0 0 l 0 0 01
Pittsburgh ....0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Two-base hits : Ecan. Onwdv. Stolen
bancs: Konetchy, Warner. Double plays:
piiipaincK to Maran vine to Konetchy;
Balrd to Johnston. Bases on balls: Off
Cooper, 1; oft Miller, 3. Hits and earned
runs: urr cooper, 9 hits and 1 run In eight
Innings; off Miller none and none In one
inning. Hit by pitched ball: SnodKrass by
Cooper. Struck out: By Rudolph, 8; by
Cooper, 1; by Miller, f. Wild pitch:
Rudolph. Umpires: Klem and Emslle. Score.
econd game:
BOSTON. PITTSBURGH,
AB.H.O.A.E. AB.H.O.A.E.
M'r'nle.ss 6 0 2 4 IfWarner.ab 4 1110
S'grpss.cf 6 13 0 ocarve.cf 6 il 4 0 1
Con'lly.rf 4 3 4 0 OHlghee.lf 4 110 0
Maeee.lf 4 110 oH'hm'n.lb 8 3 10 0
K'tchy.lb 8 18 0 OFarmer.rf 8 10 0 0
r P I K.ZD till Haird.Zb 4 1 8 I
Kgan.Sb 4 8 13 ORmvkal.BS 10 2 4 1
Qowdy.e 4 14 1 OHrhmldt.o 4 0 9 3 1
Kflgon o o o n OMiiier.o l o o n n
Allin,p 3 0 0 3 Uacobs.p 1 A 0 1 A
Harnes.p 0 0 0 1 O'Bchulto 0 0 0 0 0
Tgresaer 1 0 0 0 OOooper.p 0 0 0 0 0
Totals.. 87 10 34 U 3 Totals..80 6 27 U
Ran for Oowdy In ninth.
Batted for Barnes In ninth.
Batted for Jacobs In eighth.
Boston A 0 0 3 0 3 0 0 A
Pittsburgh ....0 1 1 0 0 4 0 1 7
Two-base hits: Warnor, Farmer. Balrd.
Throe-base hits: Snodgrass, Connolly, Kun-
tchy, balrd, Stolen bases: Balrd. Smykal,
Sarrlflee files: Hmykal, Warner. Double
play: Maranvllle to Konetchy. Bntina on
balls: Off Allen. 1: off Barnes, 3; off Mlll-r,
Hits and earned runs: Off Allen, 9 hltn
nd 6 runs In seven Innlngn, none out In
eighth ; off Barnes, none and none In on
Inning; off Miller, S hits and 8 runs In five
and one-third Innings; off Jacobs, none and
none In two and two-thirds inning ; tiff
Cooper, 1 hit and no runs In one Inning.
Hit by pltrhed ball: Hmykal by Allen.
Struck nut: By Allen, 3; by Barnes, 1; by
Miller, 4; by Jacobs, 3. Pnrmod ball: Gowdy,
Umplrea: Klem and Kmsue.
I. vender Holds Phils.
Chicago, Aug. 80. Lavender held Phila
delphia to three hits today, whlln a cluetr
of two'bsggnrs In the fourth off Demari-e
netted the Cubs a z to o victory, scoro;
PHILADELPHIA. CHICAGO.
I Ali H.O.A.K. AB.H.O.A.E.
Pasket.cf 4 o i I flzidr,zb 4 i l n
NlehnZ.ib 4 0 1
fttork.ab 4 10
I OFlack.rr
3 OMf.nri.lf
0 OMBlrr.Ib
0 OWII'niH.cf
3
3 1 3
3 1)1
a 2 i
2 0 fi
CraVth.rf 3 10
Cooptr.lf 8 0 3
TVderus.lb 8 113
Banr'ft.ss 3 0 2
2 0ArfhT.tr 2
8 0Huntrr,3b 9
0 OWort'n.Hs 3
0 ALav'der.p 3
n l
0 1
1 o
Hurns.c a u
KillKer.o 0 0 0
Dfm'ren.p 3 0 0
iona l v o
Byrne 114)
0 Totals.. 27 7 27 11 1
0 0
Tots1s..2 8 34 11 0
Batted for Burns tn eighth.
Batted for Pemareo In ninth.
Philadelphia .-000 0 00 00 00
Chicago 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 "2
Two-base hlta: Zelder, Haler, Williams,
Flack. Pouble plays: I.uderus, Bancroft,
Nlehoff, Zelder, Wortman, Saler. Base on
balls: Off Lavender, 1. Hits and earned
runs: Off Demaree, 1 hlta and 3 rune In
eight lnnlnga. Struck out; By Deraares, 3;j
The Bee by George McManus
Today' sSportCalendar
Tennlm Herb nh Ire oountr championship
tournament opens at Plttsflelrt, Mass.
Bench Nhowm Nhenangh Valley Kennel
show, at Wanhtngton. Conn.
R4gnttMt Annual Pacific: Northweel re
gatta opens at Aftlorla, Ore
Automobile! Start of twent7foar.honr
race aj Hheopshead flay. N. V.
Boxing: Mike Crowley vs. Tommy Reagan,
ten rounds, at Boston.
by Lavender, 4. Umpires: Byrne and Qulg-
ley.
Brooklyn Whip Card.
St. Louts, Aug. 30. Bunched hits, coupled
with errors by the St. Louis Infield, enabled
Brooklyn to defeat the locals today, 4 to 1.
Wheat tallied three of Brooklyn's runs. A
wild throw by Olson In the fourth Inning
pavfd (he way for the only run the home
team, Score; '
BROOKLYN. ST, LOUIS.
AB.H.O.A.E. AB.H.O A.BJ.
Mvem.rf & 0 1 0 OLona.rf 4 110 0
StengBl.rf 6 0 4 1 OHnyder.lh 4 110 0
AiorKie.iD i un g oueacner.ir 4 v 1 v a
Whea.t.lf 4 3 10 OCorh n.sa 4 8 0 4 1
C'tHh'w.ab 3 0 0 3 OWtlson.cf 10 8 10
Uotn.Sb 4113 0Butler 1 0 0 0 0
oiaen.as 4 18 4 lHmlth.cf 0 0 0 0 0
Moyers.c 8 1 3 0 0Brbttcm 10 0 0 0
U rq d,p 4 0 14 QMlller.ab I 0 a 1 0
G'nial,c 8 0 4 0 0
Totals. ,38 8 87 14 lBetsel.Sb 8 t 1 t 1
ftteele.p 8 0 0 8 1
Beck 10 0 0 0
Wll.l'ma.p 0 0 0 0 0
Total.. 3.1 8 37 10 8
Batted for Wilson In ninth.
Hutted for Smith In ninth .
Batted for Steel In eighth.
Brooklyn ....0 S 0 0 10 1 04
St. Louis ....0 0 0 1 0 0 0 01
Two-base hit: Olson: Stolen bases: Oleen,
Corhan, 3. Base on halls: Off Steele, 3.
Hits and earned runs: Off Marquard. I hit
and no runs In nine Innings; off Steal, i
nit and 8 rung In eight innings i off Wil
liams, no hits and no runs In on Inning,
Struck out: By Marquard, 3; by Steele, 8.
Umpires: Rlgler and Eaaon.
Columbia Fire Defeats
Braden Direct in Race
Des Moines; I Aug. 30. (Spe
cial.) The work of two Nebraiki
horses featured the Great Weatern
circuit racea yesterday. Columbia
Fire, a bay gelding, owned by E. G.
Bohannan of Lincoln won the free-for-all
pace in straight heata from the
favorite, Braden Direct, and Califor
nia B,' a bay gelding owned by Earl
Beezley of Syracuse, Neb., broke the
world's record on a falf-mile track in
ine t:i3 trot unaer saaaie dv trotting
the second hfcat in 2:W2, Summary:
.rouinv, s:id oisss, purs., ssuui ixtn un
p"s, black asldlna, by Klnnsjr DsLop.s, woni
Blark Silk, second; Jtnathia HoOrsior,
third. Rsst time. I:1H.
Free-for-AII Pe.ee! Purl. 11,800: Colum
bia Fire, bay geldlnv, by Paotoluo, won;
Bracien uirset, second, r Baa. usnsmors,
third. Bsst Urns. S:07U.
Paetnff, 8:18 class: purs., $708: Sad
Thoushls. b. m.. by Blncsn. won: Rsd Clio.
per, second: Oro Lou and Jlmmls L. Patehsn
divine third and rourth. Best tlms, s:18ti.
Iowa Htate Fair Futurity, trottlna division
purse, $600: Charlss Blmmun, Jr., . n., by
Charles Slmmun, won: Callvlvlan, Mconq-
isesi lime,
Trotting, 8:18 clsss, undsr saddle; purss,
$800: California B.. b. a., by Athaaham.
won; n. uuruss, second; Lrrl. tL., tniro.
Best tlm., 8:1H (world's record).
Ticket Sale for Welsh-
White Fight is Large
Colorado Snrlnns. Colo.. Auor. 30.
While Champion freddie Welsh is
indulging in a mederate amount' of
road work tn preparation for his
twenty-round bout with Charlie
White tor the worlds lightweight ti
tle, which will be fought next Mondav.
the latter does not believe in the long
running grinds.
Promoter Edward Pitts stated to
day that the advance sale of seats to
date indicated a capacity house and
that any railroad trouble would not
materially artect tne attendance,
Hastings Wins From '
Loomis in the Sixth.
I.fsomis, Neb., Aug. 30. (Special.)
An avalanche of errors in the sixth
inning save Hastings eight runs and
allowed the visitors to even up their
recent deteat here, score:
H B.
Hasting 1 I I 1 I H 1 011 1$ $
Loomla 0 00181000 7 11 8
Batteries: Hastlnrs. ' Finch and Alias:
Ljonnns, mansion, aiaasite ana BKIies.
Loom is will hold a three-dav base.
ball tournament beginning Wednesday
ot next week, September . tustis,
Elmcrcek and Huntley are the teams
in addition to the locals who will play.
Mathes to Braves.
Berond Bsseman Maths, of tb. Terrs
Haute Centra! league team, a .880 teaser of
the pellet, Is booked to demonstrate to the
Hoston Braves what ft. oan do with too
bludgeon.
: COLLAR
With starched band
and fine soft pique
top 5ccA,e7r90t
Cluett, Peobody It Co Ins. Mslen
J
STRIKE MIGHT END
WESTERN LEAGUE
Bourke and Hanlon Make Plans
tp Move Teams Sunday to
Get Here Labor Day.
AUTO PLAN NOT -FEASIBLE
Omaha may cop the Western
league pennant three weeks ahead of
time. For if the railroad strike oc
curs the Western league playing
schedule will cease abruptly the day
following Labor day, when all
teami in the league, are carded ta
make a jump.
As a precautionary measure Fa
Rourke last night called up Ed Han-.
Ion of the Sioux City club and ad
vised Hanlon to leave, Sioux City for
Omaha Sunday night. The Sioux
play Omaha two games Labor day
and one Tuesday. It is possible for
them to leave Sioux City at 7:20 Sun
day night. This would be the last
train they would be able to catch if
the strike ia called. ' ,
Rourke will catch a train out' of
Lincoln Sunday evening, so the
Omaha club will get home all right.
This will insure the Labor day double
bill, which should be a vast financial
assistance. Ordinarily the , teams
would not start for . Omaha' until
morning. '
But after Tuesday there is no tell
ing what will happen. It might be
possible to continue the schedule by
rearranging the games so that games
carded for such distant cities as
Denver and Wichita could be trans
ferred to the central towna of the
circuit, between which trips cpuld
be made in automobiles. This is not
regarded as feasible,' however, be
cause of the great expense and in
convenience, and it is thought the
magnates will choose to bring the
l.u.Ae tn a rim.
After Tuesday there are sixteen
more games scheduled for Denver,
fifteen for St. Joseph, thirteen for
Topeka and Wichita, four for Lin
coln, five for Sioux City, one for Des
Moines and none for Omaha. :
Friends of Ralph Leake
Hold Farewell Reception
About fifty frineds of Ralph Leake,
assistant physical director of the
Omaha Young Men's Christian asso
ciation, assembled Tuesday evening
in the parlor of the association build
ing to bid him farewell on his trip to
Foo Chow, China. Mr. Leake will
leave Omaha Friday for his home in
Keokuk, la., where he will enjoy a
short vacation, after which he will go
to Vancouver, B. C, to embark on the
steamship Empress of Russia, which
leaves for the far east October S. i
Mr.- Leake's work in China will in
clude supervision of the physical edu
cation of the members of the Young
Men's Christan association in the en
tire state of Fu-Chien, having a pop
ulation of 30,000,000 persons, and he
will have the title of associate na
tional physical director.
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