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A Player Cranky in a Game' Is Cranky Heart and Head
An End-Seat Hog Is Still a Hog, Tho' Snoring in His Bed
AM eatfsrMsr wh.eo nasae was tarh
Of fHM had mm eontrol.
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Colorado Springs Celebrates
Transfer by Trouncing
BE0U1TD RULES - HIEDID
Colorado Springs, Colo., Stpt 13.
(Special Telegram.) The. artoptedi;; "-v ;
w icnua wane, psaying incir ursi unc
as the Colorado Springs Millionaires,
took ntw life today beneath the shad
ow of Pikes Peak and slapped a 12 to
7 defeat on the Rourkes in a game
filled with hitting of the most-vicious
kind. . , ; -.
Of a totaf of thirty-one hits, of
which the Millionaires took seven
teen, there were five homers, six
doubles and a triple. To explain this
amazing hitting performance a visit
to Zoo park, where games are staged
is necessary. The left field fence is
low and close and the right field is
bordered by a mountain stream and a
jungle of weeds and trees. Umpire
Mullen plans to outline some ground
rules to cover these two Held dell
1 Fouls Are Lost
Prince Gaskitl was hit hard in clus
ters by the newly rich and several
times was saved by some ultra sensa
tional support. . A trio of bases on
balls also added -to his difficulty and
the Rourkes were Duzzle3 bv the limi
tations of the field, in which it was
impossible to go after foul balls and
nits sunk deep in the outfields.
' Davis, the overworked Millionaire
hurler. also was touched up for the
hard blows; but he was stronger in
the pinches and the snappy fielding of
his teammates, completing a trio of
double plays assisted him in many of
bis difficulties. - ' i
Bsttmg averages ' were sweetened
today with a venareance. Miller gar
nered four clouts out of five trips, two
being doubles. Krueger' picked off a
double and a circuit swat, and Burg
got a tour-ply blow. J he sacks were
never tilled, however, when the Ums-
ha drove cut their home runs, while
the orphans laid particular emphasis
on loading up the bags and then pro
ducing the homers'.
The Millionaires seemed to take on
new life under their present ownef
ship, with a good chance of the fran
chise being placed here "next season
in a new park, Some 500 fans were
out to watch their antics.
. Coy's triple after Fox had singled
and Jackson walked produced two for
the Springs team in the first inning.
A double play nipped a chance Omaha
had in tne second, but in tne third
Burg drove one over the left field
wall and Miller singled, scoring on
Krueaer's two-base swat.
In the third Britton scored a homer
off the locals, sending Fox in too.
Griffith got on when Kilduff threw
wild to first and scored on Litschi's
The Springs garnered three more in
the fourth on six hits and a sacrifice.
Davis was going strong and kept"the
vilitori in his power easily for the
next three innmgt, aided on one. oc
casion by a beautiful peg by Jackson
that caught Thomoson off first.
Smith singled through second In the
seventh, was advanced when Burg was
hit and scored on Miller's double to
the rigljt field jungle. ;
; Kilduff Scores. ',
Kilduff scored in the -eighth 'when
he drove a hard one that White found
too hot knd came in on Gaskill's
double to right. In the eighth Gas
kill weakened and two home runs, by
Jackson and Litschi, a double by Grif
fith and Coy's single, put over four
runs. ' i . ,
Omaha threatened in the ninth. Mil
ler drove a double to left field. Krue
ger scored both with a -home run,
Foraythe singled to center ana ire
Inn's double sent him in.
O'Toole will face West here tomor-
row.. -.. ...
ier With Sioux
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sa u it n
O. A. E.
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rtoMeel far Oaekelt tai alnta.
Catena Sarlae .... S I t 4 IS
nana ,-...,1111111 1 a 7
attack eatt Br Deris, S kr Oaakell, I.
ease aa belle: Off Davie, Si aff UaskeU, 1.
Hit kr ltriial sell: Car. Ban. tanerlflne
hllai eaakeea. Car. Twe-eaee klMl Lltaehl,
Whlla. rax, Oilffltk. Erar, Miliar (Si,
Oaakatl, lraku. Tkraa-baw klUl Car, Orif
fltk. Mama naai Brittaa, Jackson. Utechl,
Bary. Oaakla kural Car ta Brittaa Sa
Baaaa. Tkanpaak ta Kmciar. Laft aa kasaai
Calarada Sprlavi, 1i Omaha, 13. Famrd
mat Calarada Serlaaa, lit Omaka, I. Lm
trai Mai lea.
LINKS BEAT JOSIES
Defeat Drummers in Last
'Inning of Close Game by
Three to Two.
FIRST OF THIS ' SERIES
St. Joseph, Sept 13 Lincoln nosed
out St. Joseph in thel ast inning of
a close game .today, winning 3 to 2.
; BY TONING. TWO
Boston Sed Sox Capture Both
Ends of Double -Header .-
From Chicago Cnbs.'
SCORES 7 TO 3 AND 11 TO 6
, Boston,' Sept., 13. Winning twice
from Chicaero today, the Boston Na-
tionls jumped into a virtual tier for
second olace in the pennant race,
two games behind the leading Brook
lyns. The scores of the games, which
were marked by hard hitting, were
7 to 3, and 11 to 6. Smith's five hits,
including a double and a triple, out
of five times up intherst game and
Maranville s helding and batting in
both contests were large factors in
the Braves' success. Magee made a
home run with the-iases filled in the
second game. Ruelbach pitched 13 of
the 18 innings for Boston, score
Score:. - . ' ' " ' ';
y LINCOLN. -
11.1. H. O. A. .
Cartlila, If 1 0 I 0 0
Wllllama, M ., 4 O S I - ,1 0
Tkomaaon, ef ..,.. 4 S I 0
Lobar, rf .4 0 8 0
Moraa. k 4 t I
r. Huntar, lk I t I II I S
Smith. Ik I 0 114 0
Rorhar. a ...,.... ,4 0 1 S 0 4
Oavdoar, p . I ) 0 1 . f S
ToTot.H It I .. SI 14 0
..' T. JOSEPH. ' '
- , AB. R. H. O. X. If.
Wllht. cf . ...
o. winiama, m
Klrkham, If ..
Sullivan, rf . . . ,
Fuanar, o a
Baan. lb ....
Samman, 9 . .
Wbltlad. Tkraa-baaa-blt: Xllllfar. Baerl
flca klta: Oonialaa, Hlftlna. Double playi:
Block. Ludcrua and Bancroft: Nlehoff. Ban-.
croft and Ludania. Baca on balls: Off Rli-
ty. 1; off Amaa. I. HIU ana earned rune:
Sff Araea, I Mta and I rum In alna In
ns: off Rliey. I bits and I runs In sis
and on-thlrd Inninss: off Oesckcer, I kits
and I runs In two-thirds Innlns;; off Ban
der, ona hit and 0 runs In two inninss. nit
by pitched ball: By Ames (Stock). Struck
out: By Ames. I; by Risy, I; by Bender.
1. Wild pilches: Hllty. Umolraa: Byron
and Qulgly. . ; 'i ;
Olaats Beat, Beds Twlea.
New Tork. Sent. II Near Tor made it
eight straight by -defeating Cincinnati In
a double header today, I ta . and to 4.
In tha first gams Bcnupp- keia Cincinnati
ta three hits, two of them bunta. Holke.
the, young first baseman of the Olants, won
tha game In the slsth with a threa-basa
hit when tha bases were full.
In tha aacand same Mcuraw inea oat
fleoraa Smith, tha former Columbia uni
versity piyeoing aiar. im ua
blm out or -tne box in ins sum wnn. tour
hits. -New Tork won tha game by batting
Schneider for five runs In the first Inning.
care: - . i
1 NEW TORK.
t IWIIhoit.rf 4
neuio n.s l
t Totsls..l4 1t 17 11
Totssi..l4"in"T I .
Chlcsas .. 1 0 0 2 0 0 0
Boston ;.,.... 0 11110 1 '
Two-baas hits: Meranvllle, E, Smith, J.
Smith. Thrae-basa hits: Zelder, Maranvllle,
Snndgrsss. J. Smith, Hagee. Stolen bssaa:
E. Smith. Maranvllle. Sacrifice hits: Bs.n
Reulbarh. Bases on balla: Off Vaughn, 1:
off Prsndergsat, 1; off Reulbach, li off
Tylar; 1. Hits and earned runs: Off
Vaughn, 10 hits, I runs In four Innings;
off Prendergast. I Its, I runs In two and
two-thirds Innings: off Perry, hits, 1 run
In ona and one-third Innings: off Reulbach,
s hits I runs In four and two-thirds In-
nigs; off Tylar, 1 hit, no runs la frur and
one-third Innings. Hits by pitcnea dbii
Oowdy by Prendergsst. Balk: Reulbach.
Struck out: By Vaughn, I; by Perry, 1;
by Reulbach. I: br Tylar. 1. wild pitch
Tyler. Umplrss; Klem and. Emails, Scora.
AR.H rt.A.B.gnod'e.or .4010
I 1 I 3 OMar'lle.ss 3 I kj I
OKon'y.lb I 1 til
2JC'S"hlb 4 111
0 Elan. lb 1111
OBIark'n.a 114 0
OBarnas.p 0 0 0 1
Total!. .31 14 II 11
E Smith 1
0 0 0 1
0 0 9
ARMOURS WIN CITY
TITLE FROM LOIOS
Dennison's Machine Goes TJp in
-Air and Packers Earn an
' Xasy Victory ! 1
Neale.lf 4 110 0Bums.lf 4 0 10 0
n,nh h 4 14 1 OHerzoc.lb 4 114 0
Roush.ef 4 0 10 ORob's'n.rf 4 10 0 0
Chsar.lb 4 0 T 1 OZIm'n.lb 4 0 14 0
Ortf'th.rf ISIS OPIetc'r.ss 41110
HcK e.3b 4 0 14 OKaurr.ci s a a v v
Louden.ss 10 11 lHolke.lb 4 111 0 0
Huhn.cf 10 11 OMcCarty.o 4 14 0 0
Toney.p 1111 OSchupp.p 1 0 0 2 0
' t Totals.. H 117 11
Total 10 1 14 11 I
. 'Batted for Griffith In ninth.
Ctnctirhatl ...0 00000000-
New Tork 0 0 0 0 0 S 0 0 1
Thraa-basa hit: Holka. Stolen
Burns. Bsses on balla: Off Schupp, I; off
Toney, 1. Earned runs: Off Toney, I. Struck
out: By Bchupp, 4. Umpires: Eason and
Rlgler. Score second game:
CINCINNATI. NEW TORK.
t 0 0 0 0Burna.lt 4 110
114 4 OHersog.lb 4 0 1
4 V I 0 ORob's'n.rf 4 11
4 111-0 OZIm.n.lb IIS
4 110 OPIetc'r.ss 4 11
4 111 IKauff.cf 4 14
OMolke.lb 10 1
OaRrlden.e 10 4
OSmlth.p 10 0
0 Totals 10 117 I
Totals II I 10 IT 10 I
St Joseph .,..0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 01
Llnocln 0 l-i a a a.a i s
Struok out! By Sommsrs, I; by Oardnsr,
I. Bases on balla: Off Sommera, 3; aff
Oardnan, 1 ' Hit by pttchad ball: Smith by
Sommera; MoCabe by (lardnar. Stolen bases:
Lobar, Hunter. Sacrlllcs hlta: - Sullivan,
aardaer. Rohrer. Twa-baaa hit: Smith.
Passed ball: Ksnrer. uounia Plays: mcuaae
to Williams ta Beers; Smith ta Williams ta
Huntea; Gardner ta Hunter, Left an bases:
St. Joseph, 4 Lincoln. I. Earned runs: at.
Joseph, 1; Lincoln, I. Tims, 1:30. Umpire
Kane. ... -. - - '
Boosters Triumph .
Over Topeka Kaws
Topeka, Kan., Sept. 13 By hitting
opportunely and taking advantage of
Three Topeka errors, Des Jloines
won today, 8 to I. Score:
: , MOINBS.
Huntsr, rf ... .
Goodwin, Ik. . .
Cooper, p. ...,,,. 0
Burwell ,,, v. 1
Denver, ,, Colo., Sept; 13. Denver
rame from behind and defeated Sioux
City 7 to 6, in the opening game of
the series here today. - ine score:
Wetasa, rf ,
Mala, lb .,
Leiuns, cf ..
Coonay, lb ,
Crosay,. e ..
Orovar, . ..
.11 11 14 11
....... 1 0 1
I ' 0
Millar, rf ..
Reed, lb ....
Oskaa, . cf j .
Butcher If ..
Oyer, .as ..
Shields, lb ..
Lloyd, lb ..
Hhestak. ,0 ..
Ford, p ......
Batted for Radar la main.
Sloua City ...4 0 0 0 0 I S 0
Danyer 1 0 I , 0 1 S
Twa-baaa hlu: Lloyd, rard. Stolen
Wataon. Butcher, Shields (I). Bases on
k.ii. flff Ford. I: off Kelly. I. Struck
aut: By Ford. 7; ,by Kelly, 1. SacrlHca
k!,.a Kailv. Fard. Paaaad balls: Crosby.
Livingston. Wild pitch: Kelly. Sacrifice
fly: Connolly. Time, 1:11. Umpire: Mil-
.11 7 II 17
- .a- Toledo B. H.
at Paul 1IM1H1M1I
Tola. . ....... 0 1 1 0 0 0 S 0 1 t 11
Battarles: LalHelS and Clamons; Kalsar-
llng. Bailey and aweeaey ,
At Laulavllla B. H.B.
Ullwaukaa ,...l S 0 S 0 0 0 0 01 I
.7 ... I I s 0 0 1 1 I I II
Batteries: Sherd el) and Sturopf; Schauar
At Calurabua ' B. H. B.
Minneapolis ...I OSSOOISSS 4 I
i-fllHmbu ....ISSSO000I 1 11
Uattertee: Burk and Lead; Dlckereon,
Plah aaoVLk Laaga,
At Indlanapolla t .
Kansas City 0 t H I 1 II 4-1 S
liaallBtiannlia t 1 I I M M 1 1
BUriM: Rmcui Wi4 Kriv; Aid-
rids a4 Hchmnw. '-
R. A. HUGHES, who hai driven
VnrA for lis vcari. declared he would
not part with hii . Wohn Steering
dear and taiv Kiamtf srock vDsoro-
er for $100 it he could not replace
' them. We put them , cm for $22.
Standard - foundry company. v 606
South roiirteeMb ftrcet.
4 x 0
';. ToU)i..88 IS 14 1 4 . "n
Bud for Pcohoua in tfhth.
Batted for Wortman In ninth.
Batted for Lavender in ninth.
Chicago .....10 0 0 0 01 I
Boston ......1 0 0 4 0 .1 I J-U
Two-baM hltii Zetder, Flack, K0ntchy.
ThrotvbMe hlta: Blackburn 2), Archer,
Bran. Home ran: Lee Mfe. fitdlen baae:
Marenvllle . Sacrifice filti: Mann, Maran
vllle, llacee, J. C. Smith. Sacrifice fly:
Maiee, Double playa: Maranvllle to Kon
etchy: Reulbach to Konetchy. Baaet on
hal1a; Off Lavender. 4; off Ruelbttch, 1.
Hit and earned rune: Off Lavender, 14 hlti,
t runa in elfht Innlnft; off Barnee, 4 hlte,
S rum In two-third Innlns; off Roalbach
I hlte, 3 rum In eight and one-third ln-
nlnva. Struck, oeut: By Lavender, ( I: by
Reulbach, s. umpire: Kiem ana icmsn, .
, IMrtda Deabte BUL ,; .
Phtladelehla, Sept II. St. Louie rot an
ven break her today, the vlaltora win
ning the mat gam by knocking Rixey off
the rubber In the seventh laning, I to 4.
an Philadelphia taking the ee0nd, I to
tjnvsin oom run arove in iwo run
ner ahead of him In the sixth and hie
deubl in th lghth.h.Ptl. to vecor the
winning run, : .
For their troubl with the' umplr ye
terdair Smith of St. Louie ,wa auapended
for three day and fined 25, while Beecher
wa fined '116 by Freatdont Tenor. Beecher
and - Long -were put' out oH the-first gam
In the flrpt inning today by umpire Byron
fftf argulnjt about a dcllon. Score, first
game: 1 .....
i i - ST. LOUIS. ' PHILADELPHIA.
Totals.. 38 1 24 11 1
Ratted for Schuls In seventh,
Batted for Xnetser In ninth.
Cincinnati . .I 0 ft I 0 2 . ft ft 1
New Tork ....!! 0 90
Two-base hit: Kauff. Three-hase hits
Chaee, Orlfflth, Oroh. Stolen bioee; Zim
merman. Griffith. McKechnle. Sacrifice hit
Smith: Basea on balls: Off Schneider It off
Schuls, 3; off Smith, 1. Hits and earned
rum: Off Schneider, 4 hits and 4runs
(none out In first Inning); off Schuls, I hits
and 1 run In six Innlngi; off Knetier, 0 and
4 runs In two Innings: off Smith. I hits and
3 run- In five and one-third innings; off
Perrltt, 1 hit and 0 run in three ana two
thirds innlnts. Struck out; By Smith 2
by Perrltt, 3; by Knstser, 1. aPssed ball:
Wlngo, Umpires: Rlgler and Eason.
Boblas Lose to Pirates.
Brooklyn, Sept. 13. Th Prates beat the
Sbperba. 6 to t, today and .tightened up
th National league race. Cooper held the
Brooklyn batters to six hits. Wheat regis
tered his twenty-sixth oomecutlve game
without mteslng a hit. Th Pirate knocked
Smith out of th box In the seventh and
Dell failed to stop them. Rucker held the
visitors scoreless In the last two Innings.
Warner was put out of th gam In the
sixth for arguing, scvr:
Warn' r, lb 3 13 3 OJohn'n.rf
ft ftOlaon.ss '
4 0O' Mara
Totsls.,34 12 37 11 O'Stengsl
ft 0 ft 0
4 ft 11
1 ft 1
ft ft 0
0 0 ft ft
1 0 0 c
dons' les.c. 4
Ainee.p - 4
0 0 1
1 1 0
1 1 1
1 I 4
ORIsey.p 10 0 4
OOaaoh'r.B ff 0 0 1
0 OBender.p 0 0 0 0 0
1 O'Coop.r 10 0 0 0
0 0'Oooa 1 0 0 0-0
Total.. .14 I 37 10 1
. ToUl.,.33 1 17 II I
Batted far Currla In ninth.
St. Louis .....0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 14
Twa-baaa kits: Lot. Nlehoff, Cravath.
" " - ' ' Totals. .11 1 1710
Batted tar Dell In seventh. - .
Batted far Ruekar In ninth. ' '
Plttaburah ...0 0 0' 0 0 1 10 S 0-
Brooklyn . ....0 1 0 0 0 I 0 1 0-S
Tws-base hits: Carey, Schulta. Threa-basa
hlta: J. Wagner. Wheat (1). Stolen bases:
Blgbae, Carey. H. Wagner. Sacrlfica hits:
Blabae. Carey. Mowrey. - Dounia plays
Olson. Cutshaw and Merkls.- Bases ok balls:
Off Smith, 1: off Cooper, 4: Hits and earned
runs: Off Smith, 9 hits and 4 runs In six
and one-third Innings: off Dell. 1 hit and 0
runs In two-thirds inning: on Rucasr
hits and'O runs In two Innings: off Cooper,
I runs in nine Innings. Struck out: By
Cooper, I. - Wild pitch: Cooper, 1: Passed
ball: Meyer., Umpires; O'Day and Harri
son, .... -
SIX RUNS IN THE NINTH
TIGERS TAKE ONE
' FROM JEW YORKS
Detroit Victor Over Highland-
era in Openintj Game of
'., : ' the Series.
GAMS ' HOTLY CONTESTED
The Armours are the 1916 amateur
base ball champions of Omaha. ,
They won the title yesterday after
noon at Rourke park by trouncing the
Luxus in a poorly played conflict, 10
to 3. N ' - '
The Backers leaned on Bill Madden
in the first and third innincs and in
the latter frame he was ierked in fa
vor of Bunny Holland. Bunny sailed
along nicely until tne ninth, wnen ne
began to wobble. Madden, who had
gone into right field, went into the
box a second time.
But it was too late. Th'e Oennison
machine had crumpled. Somebody had
thrown a wrench into the machinery.
And the Armours put six runs over in
trie ninth by a series of well played
The usual scrap which attends ama
teur games arose in the first inning.
After Smith singled Dennison sent a
sizzler down the third base line. He
made second on it and Smith went to
third, Umpire Jimmy Kane called it a
fair ball. The A rmours insisted it was
a foul and declared they would quit if
the hit was not called foul. The game
continued when Dennison made the
concession. Giving away ball games
is getting to be the usual thing with
Oennison. There's too much of the
good sport in Johnny for his own
For five innings E. Gurness held the
Luxus in check bv refusing to permit
'hits in the pinches. But in the sixth
the Luxus threatened and Manager
Deleware wisely inserted Andy Graves
into the pastime. Andy retired 'the
brewers in the subsequent . three
rounds with ease.
Yost Hakes Four Hits.
Yost snd Leamer were the Armour
stars. The packer- catcher made four
hits out of five trips to the rlate, while
Learner contributed two. Learner also
startled the fans with a one-handed
catch of a line drive near the left field
foul line by Mmikus.
Johnny Dennison was the only Lux
us man on the job. Johnny made
three hits out of five trips to the plate.
Both-. Luxus and Armours put Up
miserable fielding games, the Luxus
making six glaring errors and as many
bones, while the Armours committed
seven miscues. ,
Sunday the Armours will represent
Omaha against Minneapolis in the
first of the inter-city series for the
championship of -the country. The
game will be played at Rourke park.
Score:- . .; ... . , .
08mlth.1t I 1 1 1
IDen s a,lb 0
M d'n.r.rf 4
Totals.. 31 14 It ll I .
' . . Total... It S7 1l
Qetroit, Sept; 13. Detroit defeated
New York in the opening game of
ine aeries, a ta i, mis aiternoon ana
moved within two point of first place.
The game was hotly contested., with
good pitching on both sides and
much spectacular fielding. Coveleskie
had the game well in hand until the
eighth, when he issued his first base
on balls. 1 he; next two men hit
safely and a run was scored. Dauss
was then sent to' relieve him. Eipp
was sent in to bat for Shawkey and
Kussell finished the game. Two more
runs were scored on him on a pass,
a hit and an error by .Baumann.
Spencer's finger was split when he
went after, a wild pitch. Score:
r,E,w lunK. us. muiT.
Standing of Teams
WEST. LEAol-B. I NAT. LEAOUB
W L Prt 'W.L.Pct.
Onahs, :....S0'4B.S5t:Bok1yn --""'"J
Lmcoln ....70s7.HlPb.lla. Jliiuv
Stoux Ctty..71 7 ,H Boaton .....E5 54 6811
n.. Moines. 70 48.670'Naw Tort. ..07 63 .510
Topeka. ....04 7 .4MiChloago .
BV Joseph.. IS 14. 461;St. Louis
AMER. LEAGUE. 1
..'71 67 .I7IILMIIVIU0 ..
Rapps,lb 4 16
Leamer.lt I I I
Tost,o ' I, 4 I
A.O'v's,rf 10 0
Fletc'r.lb 4 17
Totals...... II 10
Ballad tar Sanders ta el.hth.
Des Molna....l 0 0 0, 0 1 4 0 14
Topeka ., 0 S O t) S 0 I 1
Three-Base hit: Oaadwln. Twa-basa Kit.:
Aglar, Huntar. Boyf-a Saorlflea hltt Maloan.
saennca ny: nigsoy, eioiaa wmmi
Maloan (I). Hartford, Engla (1. Baae. an
balls: Off Sanders, I; sff Cooper. 1; aff
Muaaar, 1. Hits: Oft Bandars, I In ajght
tnnlnfs. Struck aut: By' Sandsn, Si by
Cooper, li by Musssr, II. Wild pitch: Band
ers. Hit ay pitcnea aau; aj eanaors, a.
Umpire: Shannon. : .
East Meets West in ;
At Cincinnati, 0.
Cincinnati. O.. Sept 13. East met
weit for the first time in the tourney
today and'as a result Dean Mathey of
New York went into the semi-finals
by defeating Roland Roberts of San
Francisco alter the hardest lougnt
match that has thus far developed in
-the tri-state tennis tournament
Shortly previous to this match the
first suronse of the tourney was fur
nished by Miss Margaret Davis of St
Paul, who eliminated Miss Kuth ban
ders of Cincinnati, twice the tri-state
champion, in the third round of the
women s singles.
Men's singles, fourth round: Dean Math
er. New Tork, defeated Roland Roberta of
San Franclaoo, 4-1, 1-6, 1-1, 4-0, S-l.
Willis Davla, San Francises, defeated Fred
Baotlan. Indianapolis. 1-4, S-l, S-l, 4-1.
Woman's singles, third round: Miss Mar
tha. Outkrta. Pittsburgh, defeated Mrs. C.
W. Adams. Indlanapolla. S-l. 1-1.
Mlsa Katharine Brawn, Indlanapall. de
feated Miss Marjarla Hires, Ks,aaaa city,
Miss Adsla Levy, Cincinnati, defeated
lira Wallace Oragg. Cincinnati, 1-3, 4-4.
Cravath. Stalsn bases: Horns-
era. Saorlflea fly: Luderus. .Doubls
play: stack o Nlehoff
on balls: Off Lots. I: nff Currla, I
Demarea. 1, Hits and earned runs: Off
Lets, I hits, 4 run In six Innings: off Currle,
1 kit. 1 run In two Innings.- orr Demaree,
I runs. Hit by pitched ball f Hugglns and
Wilson by Dsnisas. Struck out: By Lots,
I: by Currle lr by Demarea, I. Umpires:
ST. LOUIS. - PHILADELPHIA. ..
AB.H.O.A.S.Faafc;rt.cr I 0 I 0 0
Prairie Park Whist Club'
Starts the Season Play
Prairie Park Whist club opened
the whist season, with a large attend
ance, at their club house Monday
evening. The result of the evening's
play was as follows: M
nunin aau suuin,
Barton nd Raynoldi, ..pint T-1-T
Dr. Bill and Martin .........plus t-t-7
U Nolaon and Cook t.. ......... .plua e-1-7
Dryfno and McXutt ..ralnut 6-7
addoh ana uowarey niinui j-o- i
Rom and Stebblna ........a ..fntnua 1-l-T
Buck and Shaw-crow , . . v, . . .mlnua 1-5-7
SAST ANO WBBT.
Ludcrua. BaiM pfannlnv and Doha plot l-I-T
off LNalaon and wlldtrnian plus 4-S-7
Pom and Mtrrttt .mlnua " J-T
RuMalt and Gallup mlnua 1-7
Langfallar -and Lar mtnua 1-7
Klnt and Mickey mlnua 4-1-7.
Bta!;rf 4 14 0 ONlah'rf.Sb 1
I OStock.Sb 1.
S OCrav'ih.rf 4
0 1 IWhltt'd.lt 4
1 4 OBano'rt.M 4
0 OBurni.o . I
I t 4)niar'a,p 1
1 ft Totala..ll I IT 4 t
0 ft ft
Ooni'lta.0 1 i
CurrU.p 1 4
Bohn,M ' ft
Hui'm.tb 1 ft
Sttjw't.lb 1 0
Horn'ylb 4 I
Butlvr.lt 4 4
Bnydelb 4 1
Brotim,e I a
TotaitN.lft T 14 10 X
Batted tor Wilton In alsth.
Battd for 0Khtr In aavantb.
Battd for Bancroft In ninth,
Bat tad for Bendar In ninth.
It. Loul ....IftftftOttft 07
PMUdelphta ..1 1 1 ft ft ft ft a ft 4
. Two-baa hlta: Betsal, Butler, Cravath,
J 0 ft
ft 0 ft
Friction and common
little team for ruining
the finest ears made.
Sport Calendar Today
Tratll OpsaJsai tt Oraad ClraaM saaei
ta at Syraaaaa, M. T.
tVaaak Shasta Ousaliis ad aaaaal .kssr.erf
Ikaaaajt Keaael olak, rr.aaaol, Mak.
Oalf lataTeatleaiaae rkajMplMahl. saalua
naaal afjsas at mukarfk. Aaaaal aamaall-
Uaai far JSuka
Haras Skaws OassJaf atf i
Ma al Watt Ckaatsr, Pa.
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' n. aNss taaW.
' sarfjNt CAart rtase ,
josim mxon caucuu co.
Burchmora and William Ellta.t
Arrooura V 0 1ft 1ft
Luxua ...ft 6 0ft 0 1 ft 0
- Two-taihlti: Corcoran, Fletchar, Lam
ar. Tott. Sacrlfica hits: Uiffl.t (3), -Mini
kui. Btolan bai: Ryan, Toit, Dennlaon.
Ruthnbrc. Doubl playa: Ruihanbara: to
MlnlkOa, Maddan ta MtnnlKu to Ruanan-
bara. Holland to Dennwon. hiu: uii uur-
nu 7 In tlx Innlnri; off OravM, 1 In thrat
lnninai: off Maddsn. 7 in thraa and ona-
third Inn inn; off Holland, 7 In flv and
two-thirds inn In at. Struck outr By Qurnaaa,
1; by Qravoa, B; by Madden, 1; by Holland,
S. Bam on balls: Off Gurness, 2; off
Graves, 11; off Madden. 1. Wild pitch: Mad
den. Passed, ball: Wactttler. Left on baan:
Armours. 6; Luxus, 10. Time: 1:18. Um
Maree.ct 4 0 1 0 0Vtt,3b
Mullen, lb 4
Alex t.d 8
0 Dauss, p - 1
ft Touls.,31 10 2M7
4 117 0
ft 76 .47ft
63 M0 .441
B0 85 .145
B 24 14 1
Batted for Shawkey In elrhth.
nan ior Hin in fourth,
Detroit ; 1 0 ft 0 1 ft 0 t 4
New York , ...ft 0 Oft ft 0 0 1 0 1
Two-base hits: Hlch, Baker. Crawford
Three-base hit: Veach. Sacrifice hits: Bush,
Spencer. Basea on balls: Off Shawkey, 1;
tfff Russell, 1; off Coveleskie, 1. Hits and
earned runs: Off Shawkey, ft hits 3 runt in
aeven Innings: off Russell, 1 hit, 1 run In
one inntnr; dff Coveleskie, ft hits, 1 run In
seven Innings; off Dauaa. 0 hit, ft run In
two Innings. Hit by pitched ball: By
Shawkey, Spencer; by Dauas, PI pp. Struck
out: By hawkey, 1; by Russell, 1. Wild
pitches: Shawkey, Dauaa. Umpires: Nallln
- Whit Sox Trim Browns.
Chicago. Sept, 13. Chicago defeated St.
Louis, ft to ft, to ten Innings of a wild and
erratic game. Williams' wild throw of
Weaver's grounded aant the winning run
across the plte after two were opt.
The locals pounded Hamilton off the
mound In the opening Inning and added
three more runa In the fifth when erratic
fielding by St .Louis helped tnem. Faber
then tossed away the lead In tha sixth
when his wlldneas and three errors gave
the visitors four runs. Bunched hits again
put Chicago ahead In the sixth, but Jonea
men, bunched hlta behind Neaa' error xand
tied It again. v
Schalk was hit by a foul tip on the finger
and had to retire and Russell twisted his
ankle sliding Into second has and had to
be carried off tha field. Score:
ST. LOUIS. . CHICAGO.
AB.H.O.A.fc. AB.H.O.i K.
Shot ton, If ft 8 l l vOJ.CoIl's.rf 6 1 0 ft 0
ft oweav'r.Sb ft 3 3
0E.Col-a,lb 4 14
OJack'n.lf 4 14
0 Ness, lb
Cklc.o ....7H0.l6BiKat.KVS C'tr..lJ
New Iork...71,6S.6iMlnnraplls ""'???
. t a,. i. 79a7 .aiH.Mt. r.ui
Washington si 0. ..orrraisao ....
Cleveland . .70 .504IColumbus
Phlla. J. 1.1 ,124iMllwaukM
Taetardar's Bearalta. I
Lincoln, I: St. Joser-il, 2.
Des Moines, 1; Topeka, 1. -Bloux
City. 6; Denver. 7.
Omaha, 7; Colorado Sprlnr". 11.
Chicago, 1-7; Boston. I-Il.
Plttsburgn, 0; Brooklyn, 8.
Cincinnati, 0-1 i New Tork. 1-1.
St. Louis. 7-1: Philadelphia, 4-5.
A M ERICAS LEAOUB.
St. Louis. 3; ChlcaSo, 0.
Philadelphia. 4; Cleveland, I,
New York, 1; Detroit, 4.
. St. Paul, 0; Toledo. 4.
Milwaukee, 1; Loulevllle, I.
' Minneapolis, 4; Columbus, S.
Kansas City, 2; lndlanopolls, 1. . ,
Western Leasue Lincoln at St Joseph,
Bee Moines at Topeka. Sioux City at Den
ver, Omaha at Colorado Sprlnss.
National Leasue Chlcaio at Boston.
Plttsbur.lt at Brooklyn. Cincinnati at
New Tork, St. Loula at Philadelphia.
American LeagueWsahinlton at Chl.
caso, Boston at St. Louis, Philadelphia at
Clevslana, wew iora
and behind tha' bat defeated Philadelphia.
Ito today. Myers wss Wt hard whlla
four of his bsses on balls resulted In runs.
Beeba was knocked out of the box In four
lnntnrs, but Lambeth, who suocaeded nlm,
was effective. Score: 1 . '
CLEVELAND. rmL&uf wmn.
AHlson.lf S 1 I 0 OWIttsa
Slaler.lh , 4
Marea s.cf 4
Austin. b I
Lavan.ss . 1
Nonpareil Club to Hold
Annual Picnic on Sunday
A tug-of- war and a horse shoe
pitching contest will be features of
the Nonpareil Athletic club's annual
picnic, which will be held at the tier
man Home Sunday, afternoon and
evening. In addition a number , of
races are scheduled. Everybody is
invited to attend the doings.
- All Nation Wk, , I
Ilk foint. Minn., Sept. II. All Nations
beat tha Elk Point team hare today,
4 ..... R. H. E.
All Nations 1 I 0
Ilk Point ..j.....O I 0
Batteries: All Nations. Wllklna and Evans:
Elk Point Read and Sully.
4 0 ' 0Ness.lb 4 0 1
I 1 lLelb'ld.ef 4 11
1 0 0Terry.es 10 1
0 0 ISchalk.o I 1 13
2 8 OLapp,o - 0 0 0
a a Awti'm., i a i
Wall'ce.sa 10 10 lClcotte.s 0 6 0
Ham't'nip 0 0 0 OOPabar.p 0 0 0 S I
Daven'tjp 110 1 ORussell.p 110 0 0
Tobln 1 0 0 0 ODanf'tltp S 1 0 I 0
Koob.u 0 0 0 0 0Palsch 1 0 0 0 0
Mell'a,p 0 1 0 i'Vol K'l'il 0 0 0 0
- Totals. .31 1021 I S .sjptsls..!, 1! 10 10 4
sattea ror La van majixtn.
Battad for Davenport In. sixth.
Two out when winning run scored. -
Batted for Terry In tenth.
Batted for Lapp In tenth. : '
St. Loula -..1 I 1 0 0 4 1 0 0 t 3
Chicago. ..I 0 0 0 1 1 0 0-0 1 S
Two-basa hits: Daveport B. Calllna.
Three-base hits: E. Collins, . Jackson, Pratt
Weaver, stolen bases : Shotton. Marsans,
Lalbold (2), Schalk, E. Collins, Jackson.
Doubls plays: Lavan to 81aler; Schalk to
E. Collins; Shotton to Pratt. Bases en balla:
Off Williams, 2; off CMootte, I; off Daven.
port 4; off Koob, 2. Hits and earned .runa:
Off Hamilton, , 1 hlta and . runa- In ana
third Innlns; off koob, 2 hits and 2 runa In
one and two-thirds innlnrs; off Williams, 4
hlta and 1 runa in two and ons-thtrd In
nings; off Daveport, 6 hits and 1 run In
tour and two-thirds Innings; off Wsilman,
3 hits and 0 run. In three Innings; off Ct
cotte, 1 hits and 0 run. In two and two
thirds Innings: off Faber,. 1 hits and 0 In
one-third Inning; off Russell. 0 and 0 runs
In two-third. Inning I off Danforth. 0 hit.
and 0 runs In four Innings. Hit by pitched
Ball: (Wllllame. Struck out: By Daven
port I; by Cincotta, I; by Faber. 1: by
Danforth. 4: by Wellman, 2. Umpires: Con
nolly and HUdabrand.
Indlaaa Beat Marks.
Cleveland. O.. Sept. II. Cleveland, with
Southern league recruits at third, In left
I 1 1 6 0
I I 1 0 0
0 2 2 10
4 2 10
4 0 1 0
1 1 18 0 0
4 16 10
I S 0 1 0
110 0 0
Barbe,3b 110 0 OMcEl'e.rf
Speak'r,ct 2 110 OQrover.ab
Roth.rf 4 12 1 OCtrunk.cf
Wam'ass 4 10 2 OSchang.lf
Oulsto.lb 1 0 7 0 0Mcln's.lb
ChSP n.ZO 8 . a . vr,tn. .
Duberry.e 1 0 4 2 OHaley.o
Beebe.p 0 0 0 2 0Myers.p
Lamb'h.D 10 0 1 0'BroWn
Qraney 1 1 0 0 0 7e .7 7iT
Tbtals..27 0'26TI 0 ."
Batted for Myers In nlnthi
Strunk out hit by batted bait
.Batted for Beeba In fourth.
Cleveland 1 0 3 3 0 o I ; - o
.hll.rf.lHhla . .1 0 0 S 0 0 1 0 0 4
Two-basa auts: itotn, urover. , n. -
h,,.. T4rhar. A.ebe. Chaoman. Double
.... H7, ,n rirAvar tn Mclnnl.. KOth tO
re,at M.aea an oaiis; o.euo . v.l
Lambsth, 3: off Myers, '7. Hits and earned
runs: Off Beeba, I hits, 2, runs, in four In
nlnga: off Lambeth, 4 hits, 1 run. In five
Innings; off Myers, I hits, S runs. In eight .
innings. Struck out: By Beebe 1; by Lam- ,
both, 2; by Myers, 4. Wild pitches: Lam- ,
both, 2. Passed balls: Deberry, S. Urn-
plre.:- Owens and Evan..
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