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    THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1916.
BRINGING UP FATHER
Drawn for The Bee by George McManus
Copyright. iu,
International New, Serrle.
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"ROURKES CLODT ODT
AN EASY VICTORY
Defeat Topeka in One-Sided-Game
by Score of Twelve
to Two.
GASKELL ON THE MOUND
Topeka, Kan., Sept. 20. (Special
Telegram.) It was Omaha today that
staged a big inning, and the Rourkes
copped the' game easily, 12 to 2,
Omaha lost no ime int clinching the
game, scoring five runs in the first
inning, enough to win.
The visitors wore their batting
clothes, getting a total of fourteen hits
off four Topeka pitchers. In addition,
six Rourkes walked and two others
re hit by pitched balls. While the
ODeka ouartet of hurlers was giving
an exhibition of punk pitching. Prince
uasKCM was nurung near snui out oau.
He did allow a safe hit in the first
four innings, but took it easier there
after when the Savages got two runs.
Sanders, who .started for Topeka,
was wild and ineffective. Shag
Thompson, first up, walked. Irelan
flew out. Forsythe and Miller were
walked, filling the bases. Krueger
took one in the ribs, forcing Thomp
son over the plate. Marshall was
walked, forcing in another run. Then
Pete Kilduff cleaned the bags with
a triple. That was the end of San
ders. Southpaw Dashner took the
mound and retired Smith and Gas
lcell without further scoring.
Dashner also was roughly treated
in the second round. He walked Ire
land, after which Forsythe and Mil
ler doubled and Krueger singled,
netting three runs. Kilduff's double,
a wild pitch and Gaskcll's sacrifice
fly gave Omaha another in the fifth.
Singles by Krueger and Kilduff,
with a wild pitch, resulted in another
run in the seventh; Saffel, a local
semi-pro southpaw, pitched the last
two innings for Topeka. He Mopped
Omaha in the eighth, but in the ninth
double.
Kilduff opened on him with a
Smith was hit and Gaskell singled,
scoring Kilduff. Sacrifice" by Thomp
so and Irelan brought Smith home
from second. Kildutt had a great
day at the bat and in the field, get
s' a triple, two doubles ana a
single out of five at bat.
.men pa Are lp.tpar.pn
By
Sioux Braves
St. Joseph, Sept. 20. Sioux City
defeated St. Joseph today, 6. to 3.
Kinnen, a local recruit, made a good
showing against the visitors. Score:
SIOUX CITT.
AB, R.
(illmore, If 1
Watson, rf 4 2
Mete, lh 8 0
l.ejoutu'. cf 8 0
Connolly, 3b 4 0
Itader, ss 3 , 0
Cooney, 2b 4 1
Livingston, c 4 0
lirover, p 4 2
Totals 36
' ST. JOSEPH.
AB. R.
U'rtght, rf. 4 0
'llllams, ee. 4 0
McCabe, lb 4 0
Klrkham. If. . .' 3 2
Sullivan, rf 3 0
McClelland, 3b 2 1
usner. c 3 0
Beers, lb 4 0
Kinnen, p 4 0
'Sommers 0. 0
Totals 31 3
H. O. A. E.
2 6 0 0
2 10 0
1 13 0 0
110 0
10 0 0
0 13 0
0 0 2 0
0 7 0 0
3 0 3 0
10 27 7 0
H. O. A. E.
3 4 0 0
0 2 2 0
2 2 3 0
2 4 0 0
0 10 0
2 4 2 0
0 4 0 0
0 7 0 0
0 110
0 0 0 0
9 27 3 0
Batted for Ktnnen In ninth.
Bloui City 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 6
JJpux City ...00301100 6
'"struck out: By Kinnen. 2: by drover, 7.
Bases on balls: Off Kinnen. 4; off Orover.
e. Hit by pitched ball: By Kinnen. Lejeune;
by Grover, McClelland. Stolen bases: Sul
livan, McCabe, Watson. McClelland. Sacri
fice hits: Sullivan. Fusner (2. Two-hase
hits: Klrkham, Wright, McCabe. Three-base
hits: McClelland, Orover (2), Klrkham.
t.cft on basss: St. Joseph, 7; Sioux City, 3.
Burned runs; St. Tioseph, 2; Sioux City, 4.
June: i:4b. umpire: Kane.
Des Moines Wins
, By Thirteen to Nine
Colorado Springs, Colo., Sept. 20. ;
Althoogh the Millionaires hammered'
in enough runs in ( the fourth to tie1
the score, Des Moines came bacg in
the fifth and made enough to win, 13
to 9. Score: i
COLORADO SPRINGS. I
AB. R. H. O. A. E.
lM.jt, rf 4
liiikprtn, ct 6
1
J
S
1
0
8
0
0
8
i
If.
MMtton, 2b.
.iiifflth, c.
Uitsrhi. 3b.
.tii) n. lb.
While, w. . .
'Javls. p. . .
Hunt
Totals . . .
'.'.'.39
DES MOINES.
AB. R.
Cass, cf. . .
Hunter rf.
Metoan, (2 b.
1
3
1
0
1
iKn8. lh. .
fcwoldt, 3t.
Br?n, If
Rlgitby. c.
Klle-m. p. .
2d usb? r, p.
Totals
40 II 21 27 14
Flash Into Form
OMAHA.
AB. R. H. O.
Thompson, ef. ft 1 1 0
Irelan, 2b ft 1 1 1
Forsythe, rf. 4 ! t
R. Miller, lb 4 t 1 10
Kr-rliger, c 4 2 S 4
Marshall, 8b 4 t 0 1
Kilduff, ss. ft I 4
Smith. If ft 1
Gaakell, p 4 0 I I
A. E.
0
t 0
1 0
0 0
1 0
1 1
4
0 1
8 0
1! t
A. E.
0
t 0
1 0
8 0
1 0
0 0
1 0
1 0
0 0
1 1
0 0
o o
o o
u l
Total! S8 Is
TOPEKA.
AB. B.
lathrop. rf. 5 1
Engle, cf. ft t
(ioodwin, 2b 4 t
Defnte, Sb 4 0
Devors, If. 4 0
Agler, lb 4 1
Monroe, o 8 0
Llndamore, H 8 0
Sanders, p 0 0
Dashner, p 9 0
Saffel, p 0 0
llurwell 1 0
Allen 1 0
0 40
0 0
0 0
0 0
1
Total! 88 1
'Batted for Dashner In MTenth.
Batted for Seffel In ninth.
Omaha 88001010 It
Topeka 00001000 1 t
Three-bane hit: Kilduff. Two-bane hit,!
Kilduff g, Forsythe, Miller, Ooodwln,
Agler. Stolen basest KUduff, Lathrop. ac
rlflee hits: Thompson, Monroe. Sacrifice
flies t Irelan, Kaakrll. Struck out: By
(laskell, 2; by Dashner, 4. Bases on balls I
Off Ciaakell, 4) off Sanders, 8: off Dashner,
t; off Saffel, 1. Wild pitch: By Dashner, 8.
Hit by pltehed ball: By Sanders (Krueger,
SaffeU, Smith). Hits: Off Sanders, In
one-third inning! off Daehner, 0 In six and
two-thirds Innings; off SaffeU, 4 in two In
nings. Passed ball: Krueger. Umpire:
Shannon.
LIHC0LNSLOSE TWO
Bears Defeat Visitors in Both
of the Games of Double -:
Header: -
SECURE TWENTY-NINE HITS
Denver, Colo., Sept. 20. Denver
found Lincoln's pitchers for a total
of twenty-nine hits in today's double
header and took both games, the first,
14 to 6 and the second, 7 to 2. The
second was called in the seventh bv
Srment. Score, first game:
AB. B. H. O. A. - E.
Carlisle. If S 1 8 1 1 0
Williams, bs 5 11111
Rohrer, cf 6 0 13 0 0
Lober, rf 4 1 2 0 0 0
Morse. 3h 4 0 2 1 1 0
Hunter, lb 4 0 1 12 0 0
Smith. 2b 4 11110
Johnson, c 4 2 8 S 0 1
Gardner, p 4 0 0 4 0
Totals 30 I 1 24 14 1
DENVER.
AB. -R. H. O. A. E.
Miller, rf. 6 2 5 1 0 0
Reed, ss 4 1 4 2 1 0
Oakes. cf. 8 3 0 1 0 0
Kutcher. If. 6 2 3 8 0 0
Co!. 3b 4 2 3 2 B 0
Shields, lb. 6 8 4 8 0 0
I. My 3b 4 2 10 2 0
Kheatak, c 6 0 2 4 8 0
Ford, p 6 0 0 0 1 0
Totals 43 14 21 27 12 0
Lincoln 000020400 6
bonver S000 2 2 40 '14
Two-bsae hits: Cardner, Cole, Lober,
Morse. Shestak, Reed (2. SmltH. Shields,
Johnson. Three-bafe hits: Lloyd, Shestak.
Home runs: Johnson, Shields 2). Bases on
halls: Off Gardner. 1. Struck out: By Ford,
4: by Gardner, 2. Stolen bases: Lloyd,
Gardner. Sacrifice hit : Cole. Hit by pitched
ball: Williams. Louble play: Heed to Lloyd
to Shields. Time. 1 :3B. Umpire: Mullen.
Score, second game:
DENT3R.
AB. n. H.
O. A. E.
0 10 1
13 0
3 1 0
4
1 21 11 1
LINCOLN.
AB. R.
8 0
3 0
2 0
3 0
1 1
A. E.
0 0,
Carllfil, cf
Williams, cc
Rohrer, If
Lober, rf . .
Moras, 3b . .
Hunter, lb
Smith, 2b ..
Johnson, e .
Halla, p ....
Totals 24 f
(Called by ayreemnt.
Lincoln 0 2 It
1'onver 2 0
0 03
0 -7
Stolen bants: Shields. Two-basa hits: Cola.
Home run: Smith, Steven. Bsppb on balls:
Off Harlngton, 4; off Halla, 3. Struck out:
By Harrington, 2; by Halla. 3. T1m, 1:09.
Umpire: -Mullen.
Fast Track Features .
Sioux City Eaces
Sioux Citv. Ia.. Seot. 20. Warm
weather and a fast track featured the
opening day's harness card at the In-
terstate fair this afternoon. Summa-
ries:
Trotting', 2:30 class, purse $00: Wlnne-
toona won. Buster second, Ignatius McQreg-
or third, Helen S. fourth. Best time: 2:18.
Pacing. 2:26 class, purse IffflO: Axphil,
jr., won; Black Hills Lady second, Harry B.
third. General Glen fourth. Best time:
Four snd one-quarter furlongs, running:
Jennie Morris first. Bob F. second. Lucille
B. third. Time: 0:l4.
One mile: Emma Stewart first, Waymark
second. Frontier third. Time: 1:43 "4.
American Association.
At Toledo R.H.E.
Indianapolis ....0 7 0 0 0 1 0 2 011 It 1
Toledo 0 00200000 -2 4 0
Battertea: Seaton and Beltane; Adams,
Kalaerllng and Wells.
Miller, rf
Reed, 2b 3
Oakcs. cf 3
Butcher, If .' 3
Cole. 3b 4
ShleMs, lb 2
Lloyd, 2b 3
Stevens, c 3
Harrington, p 1
Totals 27
I I I I I I I UJJAU Mill IMIIIlMl I llfrii I III Mill lilt nil I " III I. TUtu kT'. VfTTTTTiaBRai ULT. :! I IV
DEMAREE DEFEATS
THE PIRATES TWICE
Philadelphia Hurler Wins Two
Games From the Pitts
burgh Crew.
SCORES 7 TO 0 AND 3 TO 2
Philadelphia, Sept. 20. Demarce
won two games from Pittsburgh to
day, 7 to 0 and 3 to 2. Philadelphia
won the first "ame when Cooper
weakened in the sixth, after two men
were out, and was knocked off the
rubber, seven runs being scored in
this session.
In the second game Pittsburgh tied
the score in the ninth when W.
Wafner singled and sent in Raird,
In the home team's halt, after Whit-
ted doubled with one out and stole
third, Cravath and I.uderus were pure
posely passed. Niehoff fouled to
Fisher. Cooper went to bat for
Burns and Mamaux's wild pitch
scored Whitted. Score:
PITTBDTTRGH. PHILADELPHIA.
ABH.O.A.E. AB.H.O.A.E
Warn'r.Sb S S 1 I IPsske't.cf 4 13 0 0
Blgbee,2b 8
Carey.cf 3
Alt'b'g.cf 0
Hlnc'n.lf 3
Klng.If 1
J.W'gr.lD 4
Hrhulte.rf 3
ttSmh.ss 4
Fischer, c 8
W. Wr.o 0
Cooper.p 2
lHanr-'ft.ss S I 2
0 tock.:ib 4.0 3
OWhlt'd.lf 4 1 5
OCrav'th.rf I I I
OT.ud'us lb 4 1 10
ON'leh'fr.Zb 4 1!
OBurns.c 3 2 0
OUem'ee.p 4 10
2
3
I
1 0 0 Totals.. 36 11 27 11 0
0
Harmon, p 10 0
Total!.. 30 7 24
1 0
si
Ptttsbunr 0 0 0 0 fl 0 0 0 O a
Philadelphia ..0 0 0 0 0 7 0 0 -7
Two-bane hits: NTehoff, Burns. Pnncroft.
DoVbto plays: J. Waarner (unassisted); Nie
hoff to Bancroft to Luderus. Banes on
balls: Off Cooper, 4; off Pemaree 8. Hits
and earned runs: Off Cooper, 7 hits and
3 runs In five and two-thtrds Innlnjca, off
Harmon, 4 hits and no runs in two and
nne-thlrd Innings. Struck out: By Cooper,
4. ITmptrea: Bason and Rlgler.
PITTSBURGH. " PHILADELPHIA. .
BWre 2b. 4 1 2 6 ft AB.H.O.A.E.
Carey.cf 3 0 3 0 OPaak'te.cf 4 1
Hlnc'n.lf 4 2 1
J.Wr.lb 4 2 10
Dalrd.Sb 0 0 0
Schulte.rf 3 12
Smith. ss 8 11
J'Kton.lb 10 0
McC'y.Sb 3 0 0
Farmer.sa 0 0 0
Flscher.c 3 17
Maina'x.p 3 0 0
Warner 0 0 0
W.W'g'r 1 1 0
OBanc'ft.
0 Stock, lb 8
OWhlt'd.lf 4
OCrav'th.rf S
OLud'us.lb 3
0Nleh'ff,2b 4
OBurns.c 2
OlVm'ee.p I
1 'Cooper 0
0
0 Totals. .30
0 '
0 0 0
6 27 13
Totals.. 32 026 I 1
Two out when winning- run scored.
Batted for Burns In ninth.
Ran for J. Wagner In ninth.
Batted for McCarthy In ninth.
PI Usburr 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 12
Philadelphia ...2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12
Two-base hits: . Warner, Ftecner, W
hoff, Whitted. Stolen bases: Balrd.
Schulte. Luderus, Whitted Cravath. Dou
ble plays: Smith to J. Wagner; Stock to
Niehoff to Luderus. Bases on balls: Off
Mammaux, 4; off Demaree, 2. Earned runs,
Msmmaux, 2; Demarre, 2. Struck out: tty
Mammaux, 6; by Demaree, 4. Wild pitch:
Mammaux. Umpires: Rlgler and Eason.
Cards Logo to Brooklyn.
Brooklyn, . Sept. 10. St. Louis lost to
Brooklyn today, 4 to 2. St Louis Inst
through errors. Not one of Brooklyn's runs
was earned. Air-tight fielding behind
Smith held the visitors except In the fourth,
when they bunched three hits on a pass for
two runs. Daubrt had nineteen putouts at
first base, Cutuhaw and Olson contributing
clover Haslets. Score:
ST. LOUIS. BROOKLYN.
AB.H.O.A.E. AB.H.O.A.E.
Retze1,2b 3 12 0 U'ston.cf 4 0 0 0 0
z'les.e
0 3 2 ODSub't.lb 3 1 IB 1 0
2 3 2 2 t.-tiKi-l.rf 4 110 0
110 0 Wheat, If 3 2 2 0 0
0 2 0 1 ut'w,2b 4 0 3 8 0
12 0 O'fow'y,3b 2 10 10
J.MIl'r.ss 4
Lontr.rf 4
Hor'by.3b 3
Btit'er.pf 2
OOISon.ss" 3 12 6 2
0O.MU'r,c 4 10 2 0
OHmtth.p 2 0 0 2 0
Snyder. lb 3
Arnes.p ..2
0
2
0
HocK 1
Wlll'ms.p 0
0 0 Totals.. 29 7 27 20 2
Totals.. 30 i 24 13 4
Batted for Ames In eighth.
'. Louis 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 02
Erooklyn 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 4
Two-base hits: J. Miller. Mowrey. Stolen
base: Mowrey. Double plays: Betssel
Snyder; J. Miller to Retael to Snyder; Olson
to cutsnaw to uaunart. Bases on balls:
Off Ames. 2; off Smith, 4. Hits and esrned
runs: Off Ames, 7 hits and no runs In
seven Innings; off Williams, none In one
Inning; off Smith, 2. Struck out: By
Ames, 2. Umpires: Klem and Emslle.
Giants Win Fifteenth Straight.
New York, Sept 20. New Tork won its
fifteenth straight victory here today, de
feating Chicago. 4 to 2. With the score
tied. New York scored twice In the seventh
on Holke's double. McCarly's three-hase hit,
and Burns' Infield out. Schupp. who shut
out Pittsburgh Monday, tcame back with
one day's rent and held Chicago to six
hits and one earned run. Left FMder Mann
was ordered off the field by Umpire Byron
for arg-ulng. Score:
CHICAGO. NEW YORK.
AB H.O.A.E. AB.H.O.A.E,
Zld.r.3b
0
ORurns.lf
Kslly.rf 4
Mann, If 3
Smith. ir 1
Saier.lb 4
Wll'ms.cf S
Wllson.c 3
ysrkrs.Jb 3
Wort'n.ss 8
I.av'dor, p 2
Mollwlts 1
Hendrlx.p 0
1
2 0
OHersog.lb 8 1
ftnob'on.rf 4 6
0Zlm'n.3b 4 1
OFIt-tr'r.ss 4 8
OKsuff.cf 1
OHolks.lb S 1
OMcf'arty.c 2 1
0Schupp,p 3 0
0 0
0 0
0 11
Total!.. 30 1 17 II i
0 0
Totals .81 (C4 18 0
Battel for Lavcndsr In slchth.
Chlcaao 0 0 I 1 t 0 2
New York ....0 0 0 2 0 I 4
Two-base hit: Hoiks. Three-bsse hit:
MrCarty. Htolpn bases: Zelder, flaler. Holke.
Double play: Wormian to Fsler. Bsses on
balls: Off Hrhupp 1: off Lavender. 8.
Hits and earned runs: Off Lavender. 7 hits
and 4 runs In seven Innlnrs; off sHndrlx,
1 hit and no runa In one Inning: off Srhupp,
t hit. Struck out: By Schupp, 6; by
Lavender, 4: by Hendrlx, 2. Umpires:
Buron and Quleley.
feeds Trim Browns.
Boston, Sept. 20 Cincinnati bombarded
the Boston pitchers for seventeen hits to
day and won. 18 to 4. The visitors made
six doubles, two triples, and a home run.
Hal Chase In five times up getting a single,
two doubles and a home run. There were I
"HANDSOME HAL" IS NOW
LEADING BATSMEN.
HJ& CHASE,
They do come back! Hal Chase, the
Cincinnati Reds' first baseman, has
taken the lead for the National league
batting championship, with an ever
age of .322.
It was not so many years ago that
Chase was considered a down and
outer as far as the national game was
concerned, but the old Yankee star
has returned with a vengeance. Last
year Chase did great work for the
Buffalo Federals and this year his
work with the Cincinnati team is even
better.
five fast "double plays,
three of them. Score:
Cincinnati making
CINCINNATI.
AB.H.O.A.E. AB.H.O.A.E.
P.Sth.ir b 2 1 0 OColltna.rf I 1 0 0 0
Groh,3b 4 Jt 1 8 OMar lle.H 13 6 8 1
Round, of 5 2 0 0 0-Wllholt.rf 41100
Chtuie.lb 6 4 12 1 1 Kon'hy.l b 4 t t I 0
Grlf'th.rf 4 2 2 0 0 rcS'th.Sb 4 0 2 2 1
McK'le.Sb 4 0 3 8 OMagne.lf 40 1 10
Kopf.ss 4 3 S 3 0E.gan.2b 4 0 10 1
Wlngo.o 3 12 0 flOowdy.o 4 1(40
Mitchell, p 4 111 0Rud'ph,p 10 14 0
Nhf,j 0 0 0 1 0
Totaliv3fi 17 27 II lFltz'k.of I J 1 0 0
Barnea,p 0 0 0 1 0
B:ackb'n 1 0 0 0 0
Trag'er 1 0 0 0 0
Totals.. 16 10 27 I J l
0 'Patted for Collins In eighth.
I 'Batted for Barns In ninth.
OjClnclnnatl ...0 10 14 0 10 I 12
Boston 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 S 04
Two-base hits: Groh l), Griffith, Chase
(t), Konetchy, Fltipatrlck Konf. Three
ha.ie hits: Wlngo, Roush, Konetchy. Home
run: una, uouoie plays: ropr to chase
Rudolph to MaranvlMe to Konetchy: Mc-
Kecnnie to Chase i Mitchell to Konf
Chase; Gowdy to Maranvtlle to J, C. Smith
to Maranvtlle. Bases on balls: Off M l
rhell, 1: off Nehf, I. Hlta and earned
runs: Off Mitchell 10 hlta and 4 runs' In
nuie innings; off Rudolph, t hits and 8
runs In five innings; off Nehf, I hits and
1 run In three innings; off Barnes, hits
and 6 runs In one Inning. Struk out: By
mm neit, i ; ny nuaoipn 1 J by Nehf, 2.
Umpires: O'Day and Harrison.
Team Golf Match
At Happy Hollow
Is Saturday Card
Tlie golf season at the Happy Hol
low club will auspiciously culminate
Saturday, when all of the golfers in
the club will take part in a team
match.
Charles R. Sherman, president of
the club, will lead one team. E. O.
Hamilton, vice president, will lead
the other. W. W. Hoye will captain
rresiuent snerman s team, while Yale
Holland will captain Vice President
Hamilton's crew. About ISO golfers
are on each team.
Standing of Teams
WEST. LEAGUE.
NAT. LEAGUE.
W. L. Pet.
Omaha 8.SS.6.14
Lincoln . . . .S3 61 .676
Sioux City. .79 Si ,m
D. Moines.. .74 7 .607
Denver ....75 74 .503
W. L. Pet
Brooklyn ...K4 66 .604
Phi la 82 66.694
Boston 78 66 .682
New Tork, ..74 62 .644
PlttsburKb ..84 77.484
Topeka 67 fa .460
Chicago .,..64 80 .444
St. Joseph. .64 87 .434
Louis... .60 81 .420
C. Springs.. ,68 tl .381:
Cincinnati ..64 II .12
AMUR. LEAGUE. AMER. A8SOCTN.
W. L. Pct.
Bout on ....83 6 .S84IJoulBv1lle
Chlcaao ...83 62 .672 IndUnap,
Detroit . ...SS 63 .fiHslKan. City
W. L. pet.
.04 61 .806
.60 64 .684
.81 73.626
.84 73.686
.77 76.607
.71 81 .487
wew sorK..,4 b .cziiMlnneau.
St. Louis ..76 71 .6141
Cleveland .74 71 .610
Wanhlnfft'n 71 70 .6041
.'hi la 11 110.2201
St. Pail..
Toledo ..,
Columbus
..66 84.440
Mllwauksa .60 192.829
Yaatardajr'a Beanlta.
WESTERN LEAOUE.
Lincoln, 6-2; Denver, 14-7.
lies Moines, 13; Colorado Sprfriffs, 9.
Hloux City, 6; 8t. Joseph, 3.
Omaha, 12; Topeka, 2.
NATIONAL LEAOUE.
Cincinnati, 12; Boston, 4.
fit. Louis, 2; Brooklyn, 4.
Chlcaajo, 2; New York, 4,
Plttsijurch, 0-2; Philadelphia, 7-1,
AMERICAN LEAOUE.
Boston, 4; Detroit, S.
Washington, 2; Cleveland, I.
Philadelphia. 7; Chicago. 8.
New York, 8; 8t. Louts, 7.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION.
Indianapolis, 11; Toledo, 2.
Game Today.
Western L ague Lincoln at Danrar, Daa
Moines at Wichita. Bioui City at St, Jo
seph, Omaha at Topeka.
National league Cincinnati at Boston.
St. Louis at Brooklyn, Chicago at Maw York,
rmsburgn at Philadelphia.
A me r Iran League Boston at Detroit,
Washington at Cleveland, Philadelphia at
Chicago, New York at Bt. Loui.
TIGERS DROP FRAY
TO CARRIGAN'S MEN
Detroit Sinks Back Into Third
Place When, Defeated by
Boston Red Sox.
FOUR TO THREE IS SCORE
Detroit, Sept. 20. Detroit's. 4 to 3
defeate at the hands of Boston this
afternoon helped the eastern team
materially in it race for the pennant
and cost Detroit second place. Hen
riksen, batting for Carrigan in the
eighth, sent home the winning run
when the score was 3 to 3, his single
scoring Scott, who had walked and
stolen second, after two were out.
Score:
BOSTON.
DETROIT.
AH.H.U.A.K.
AB H.O.A.l
ITnoner.rf 4 110 OVJtt.Hb 4 3 1
,)anv'n,2h 2 0 0 1 0'liinhnn 6 0 0
Shrt'n,cf 6 14 0 Oohbef 4 11
Hoh'el.lb 4 Oil 0 lViarhlf 4 1 S
Lewis, If 4 110 OCraw'd.rf 4 11
aard'r,3b 8 0 11 OHelln.lb 8 2 11
cVott.ss 8 2 4 4 nVounir.Ib 8 0 0
Carr'an.o 3 16 1 Otanage.a 10 4
Thomns,c 0 0 0 0 0Baker,c 10 1
Leon'U.p 4 10 0 lhmke.p 801
Hen'sen 110 0 'Burns 10 0
Dubuc 10 0
Pat.I IS I IT T 1 ..
Totals. .14 I 27 II 1
Batted for Carrigan In eighth.
Batted for Rtanage In sixth.
Batted tor Ehmke In ninth.
Boston 0 0 0 t 0 0 0 1 0-
Detrolt 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 t
Two-bass hits: Hooper. Lewis. Stolen
bases: Scott, Vltt, Cobb. Double playrBaker
in Hellman to Baker. Bases on balls! Off
Leonard. 2: off Ehmke, 4. Hlta and earned
runs: Off Leonard, 0 hits and 1 run In nlna
Innings: of Ehmks. I hits and 4 runa In
nine Innings. Struck out: By Leonard, 6; by
Ehmke, 1. Umpires: Oweni and Evan.
White Sox Defeat Macks.
Chlcsgo, Sept. 20. Chicago went Into (-
ond pin today by defeating Philadelphia,
8 to 7, while Boston won from Detroit. Chl
csgo Is one and a half games behind the
loaders. The locals bunched hlta off John
son in the first Inning for three runa and
continued the bombardmsnt off Selbold.
Philadelphia hit Russell hard, but Dan forth
held the visitors safe, .Score:
PHILADELPHIA. CHICAGO.
AB.H.O.A.E. ABHOAE
Witt, ss 8 0 0 S lJ.Col's,rf 41310
(Jrover.2b 6 10 0 OW'vsr.Sb 4 8 0 2 1
Strunk.rf 4 2 8 0 0E.Col's,2b 4 4 0 4 0
Schang.lf I I I 0 OJackson.If 4 110 0
Mcln's.lb 4 1 11 0 OLelttold.of 110 0 0
Pick, 3b 4 S 1 4 0 Moss lb 4 17 10
Brown.cf 4 0 10 OTerrys 4 0 4 1 0
Ha ey.C 110 0 OLynn.c 4 2 12 1 1
riclnlch.c 8 18 2 ORussell.p 8 118 0
Johnson, p 0 0 0 1 O'Fournler 1 0 t 0 0
Myers 10 0 0 0i?anrth,p on o o
Snlho'd.t) 10 13 0
Parham.p t 1 0 2 0 Totals. .24 14 17 16 2
Totals.. 3 6 It 24 1& 1
'Batted for Russet In seventh.
Batted for Johnaon In second.
Philadelphia ..OS 3001 20 0 T
Chicago I 2 0 0 110 0 I
Two-baae hits: Pick, fltrunk. Three -base
hits: Schang, Pick. Stolen bases: E. Col
lins. Lelbo1d. JJ.J JColllns. Weaver. Bases
on balls: Off Russell, 2; off Seibold, 3. Hits
snd earned runs: Off JJJo.fhnson, 4 hits
and three runs In one Inning; off Salbold, 8
hits and 3 runs In four and one-third In
nings; off Parham, 2 hits and no runs in
two and two-thirds Innings; off Russell, 11
hits and 6 runs In seven Innings; off Dan
forth, no hits and no runs In two Innings.
Struck out: By Russell, 6; by Dan forth, 3.
Wild Pitches: Helbold, Russell. Umpires:
Dlneen and Ulldtbrand.
Browns Whip Yanks.
St. Louts, Sept. 20 A battlnr rally f
St. Ijouts in the eighth, after New Tork
had tied the score, gave St. Louis today's
(tarn, 7 to 8. In this Inning four singles
and a double off Fisher, who replaced Rus
nell after the latter gave way for a pinch
hitter, netted four runs.
Two of the - visitors' runs were gifts,
while St. Louis earned all their runs. Sta
ler led the locals wtlh three hits, three
runs and a walk In four limes at bat.
Score:
NEW TORK. ST. LOUIS.
AD H.O.A.l. AB.H.O.A.B.
Magee.cf 4 13 0 Ohotton.lf 4 13 0 0
Hi-nd s.rf S
Peck'hss 4
I'ltip.lh 4
Bak.r.ah t
K.MIl'r.lf 8
l u u v "oDin.rr b
0 6 3 OSisler.lh 8
0 13 1 0PrHtt,2b 4
0
8
1
8
0 8
8 II
1 2 OMar'nscf 4
0
OVuotln.Jb 8
0,T,umler 1
OWal'ceJb 0
OHartley.c 4
Ol-avan.M
10 room, p S
Oci1on,2b 8
Wslters.c 8
s
0
1
1
6
man 1
Aragon
Alsx'r.c 1
Russsll.p 2
o
0 Totals.. 33 13 37 14 3
Rsuman 1
Flsher.p 1
0
Totals.. 88 T 84 IS 1
RattM for Austin In stshth.
Ratten for Walters In seventh.
Ran for Hlrh In asvsnth.
Hatted for Russell In seventh.
New York ...0 0 0 0 0 0
St. Louis . ...I 0 1 e 0 0 0
a
Two-base hits: Hendryx, Marsans. Pratt,
Oroom. Btolen bases: Photton, Oedson (2),
E. Miller. Bases on balls: Off Russell, 3;
off Fisher, 1 : off Oroom, 5. Hits and
earned runs: Off Kussell, 7 hits, 8 runs In
six Innlnfs: off Groom, 7 hits, 1 rUn In
nine tnnlnia; off Plsher, 5 hits, 4 runs In
two Innlnas. "truck out: By Russell, 8;
by Oroom, 2. Psssed hall: Hartley. Um
pires: Connolly and Chill.
Indians Beat Senators.
Cleveland, Sept. 80. Morgan's errar al
lowed Cleveland to scors two of Its runs and
defeat Washington, 2 to 8. flmlth led In bat
ting, with three hits In three time, up, a
throw by (Jraney to the plate, doubling
Smith In tho olghth prevented Washington
from tying tht score, floors:
CLEVELAND. WASHINGTON.
AB.H.O. A.T9. AEH.OAI
(lraney.lf 8 13 1 0Leon'd.3b 6 0 18 0
Ilarb'
s v nnier,.'D , o
8 II
Spesk'r.cf 2 1
nothrf 4 1
W'gss.s, 8 0
Oandll.lb 8 1
Kav'gh,2b I 1
Deberry.o 2 0
O'Neill, c S 0
Dneh'g.p 8 1
Allison 0 0
u w -iiisn.cr s 1
0 0mlth,rf I 8
4 KSbunka.ir 2 I
1 0 udge.lb 1 0
4 0 Morgans, 8 t
a ownrms,o 8 1
0 OAyevs.i, 2 ft
4 0 -Johnson 1 0
0 0.vlrnus'y 0 6
Total,. .38 ( 17 21 2 Totals. .20 0 24 IS 2
'Bstted for Tyers In ninth.
Ran for Williams In ninth.
Ran for Deberry In seventh.
Washington ...010100 0 0 02
Cleveland 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 3
Two-base hit: ftmlth. Stolen base: Milan.
Pouble piny: araney to O'Neill. Bases on
bslls: Off nnehltng, fi: off Ayers. 8. Hits
and earned runs:, off Boehllng, 6 hit, and'
1 run in ln Innings; off Ayers, 4 bit and
Sport Calendar Today
Boilnjr Phil Bloom against Leo Johnston,
ton rounds, at Brooklyn. Joe Connolly
against Kddle Flynn, tea rounds, at Boston.
1 run In eight Innings. Hit by pitched ball:
Wambsganxs, by Ayars. Struck out: By
Ayera, 2. Wild pitch: BoehUng. L'mplrea:
O'Loughlln and Nallln.
Little More Water
Needed in Canals,
Says the Engineer
fProm a iuff Correspondent
Lincoln, Sept. 20. (Special.)
State Engineer Johnson, just back
from a trip of inspection oef the
North Platte country, has found that
irrigationists in that section will not
need water much longer.
All of the year's crops have been
harvested, Mr. Johnson reports, and
fall wheat is already in, some of it al
ready up. After the wheat fields have
received a good wetting there will
be no' need of further water this year.
The state engineer will io notify
the United States reclamation service
that the Pathfinder dam in Wyoming
may be closed in Uctober except to
let out such quantities of water as
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Other Tobacco-Hasa Flavor
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