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    THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 1917.
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DES MOINES WALKS
ALL OVERRODRKES
Coon Creekers Chase Currie
From Mound and Easily Cap
,. ture Fray by Lop
Sided Score.
Lefty Odoul yesterday wrecked a
horrible vengeance on the Rourkes
for their harsh treatment of Monday
and with the able assistance of his
fiendish mates walloped our Wood
choppers, 13 to 1.
It is a sobful tale, the story of the
Des Moines conquest. For three in
nings Murphy Currie hurled a nice
game for Omaha. In the fourth he
blew and when the fifth got well un
der way Murphy was sailing around
in the clouds many miles from the
Rourke park diamond. The Boost
ers put over three runs in the fourth
and five in the subsequent stanza.
These two frames ended the career
of Mr. Currie. He was yanked merci
lessly from the pastime and Arnold
Leuschen, former Creighton and Te
Be Ce youngster, was sent to the fir
ing line. Arnold weathered the storm
until the ninth, when the big guns of
the Coon Creekers bested him and
five runs were pushed over the rubber.
While Coffey's men were making
all this noise the Rourkes were pow
erless before Mr. Odoul, the gent
they chased from the mound in one
brief stanza yesterday. They made
five hits off Lefty during the entire
contest, four of them in the first three
innings.
Rourkes Make One.
The Rourkes marked up one tally
in the third on a triple by Currie and
Shag Thompson's single.
Walks to Spencer and Coffey, fol
lowed by singles by Sweeney and
Spalir, mixed up with a couple of
steals, gave Des Moines three in the
fourth. Cass opened .the fifth with
a double to right. Ewoldt sacrificed.
Then Spencer, Hunter, Coffey and
Sweeney made . successive singles,
which scored four runs and Coffey
brought home a fifth tally on a passed
all.
Hunter started the ninth with a hit.
Hartford sacrificed, after which
Coffey and Sweeney singled. Spahr
was walked and Odoul hit by a
pitched ball. Cass came through with
another hit and after Ewoldt went
down Spencer walked. This mess
counted five for the visitors, three of
the runs being forced in by the walks
and the hit batsman.
Omaha . nd Des Moines play again
today, starting at 3:15.
University of Chicago
. Awards Fifty-OneLetters
Chicago, June 5. Fiffyone-athletes
were rewarded today for their
prowess by the "C" of the University
of Chicago. Ten of the men won the
letter in two sport Calm, Curtis,
Fisher, Gorgas, Brelos C. Clark, Gra
ham, Higgins, Bent and Parker.
Evidence that the so-called minor
sports are occupying an increas
ingly prominent part in collegiate ac
tivities was shown in the award of
thirteen letters for achievements in
tennis, swimming, wrestling and gym
nastics. The national championship
gymnastic team won six "Cs."
Pershing, a prominent member of
the Maroon foot ball team, was one
of those award the letter in that sport.
He is a nephew of Major General
John J. Pershing, who will command
the first American expeditionary force
in Europe.
Notes of the Fray
The game was plow, running over two
hour.
Mers or O'Toole will hurl for Omaha to
day, and the Rourkes expect to cop.
Coffey made a one-handed catch of
Smith's short fly In back of first In the
sixth.
In the fourth, fifth, Ixth. seventh and
Jlghth Innings Odoul mowed down the
Rourkes three in a row.
Currie hit a triple in the third stania and
startled the natives out of their seats. It
is not expected he will ever duplicate the
feat.
Brother Dave has a lot of new sod in
back of home plate and around the pltcn
er'a box and the diamond looks pretty
foxy.
. Krug sent Brolcaw Into center late In the
game to give Thompson a ret. Shag hae
a sore nooi, wmcn has bothered him all
season.
The Boosters stole seven bases on Brot
tem. Jack Coffey nabbed three. The fault
wasn't all Tony's, however, slow work by
the pitchers counting considerably.
Phil Cooney played another nifty game
at second yesterday. If he keeps up the
gslt the little veteran will hold his own
with any second aacker In the loop.
Leuschen not only stopped the Des Molnee
swatfest Mn the fifth, but hurled nice bell
until the ninth, when wild nose roved his
undoing. The kid may prove a good Class
A Hurler with a little more experience.
Why?
When you do not relish your food
it is well to inquire the reason why,
Your stomach may be debilitated,
your liver torpid, vour bowels con
stipated, or you may be eating too
much. Manv oeoole eat more than
they should, particularly those of
middle age or older, and those of sed
entary habits. If your lack of appe
tite or relish tor your tood arises
from either of these causes, correct
your habits and take a few doses of
Chamberlains' Tablets. They will do
you good, give you a better appe
tite and make you teel better. Adv,
First Degree Murder
DES MOINES.
AD. B. n. O. A. E.
Tan, If 1 4 2 0
Ewoldt, Sb 4 0 A 0 1 0
Spencer, cf S S 1 t 0 0
Hunter, rt 4 1 S t 0 0
Hertford 4 1 1 1 t 0
Coffer, 8b I S J 1 0
Sweeney, lb S S 8 10 0 0
.Hpahr, t 4 1 1 0
Odoul, p 4 110 10
Total!.
.81 IS 15 !7 14 0
OMAHA.
AB. R. H. O. A. E.
Coonej-, !b 10 114 0
Krui, as 0 0 1 I 0
Thompson, cf 3 0 1 0 0 0
Broken, cf 1 0 0 0 0 0
Smith, If S 0 0 1 0 0
Bradley, lb 4 0 1 IS 1 0
Schick, rf 4 0 0 10 0
Burr Sb S 0 1 0 5 0
Brottem, e 8 0 0 0 1 0
Currie, p 1110 10
Leuschen, p t 0 0 0 S 0
Totals 80 1 t II II 0
Des Moines
Run 0 0 0 1 S '0 0 0 K IS
Hits 0 0 1 I 8 1 0 1 4 15
Omaha
Runs 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 01
Hits 11 0 0 0 0 0 1 S
Three-hats hit I Carrie. Two-has hits:
Cass, Burt. Sacrifice hits: Ewoldt (S).
Krua, Hartford. Stolen bases: Spencer,
Coffey (31, Sweeney (t). Smith (t), Hunter.
Hits: Off Currie, 9 to four and one-third
Innings: off Leuschen, 0 In four and two
thirds Inning. Struck out: By Odoul, 7;
by Cunie, 8: by leuschen, 8. Bases on
balls: Off Odoul, 1: off Currie, 4: off
Leuschen. S. Wild pitch: Currie. Passed
balls: Brottem (2). Hit by pitched ball:
8mlth, Odoul. Left on bases: Des Moines,
0; Omaha, 4. Time: g;0ff. Umpire: Shan
non and Miller.
Jopl
in Takes Swatfest ,
From Wichita Players
Joplin, Mo.. June 5. Stemmens,
University of Missouri star, started
for Joplin this afternoon, but was
driven from the box in the fourth in
ning. Hall then pitched good ball.
The home club hit Norman hard and
defeated Wichita, 10 to 7. Score:
WICHITA. JOPLIN.
AB.H.O.A.B. AB.H.O.A.E.
Oood'n.cf 4 8 4 0 OLamb.lb 3 114 0
Kell'an.lb 4 0 18 0 Coeh'n.Jh 8 10 0 0
Jones. lb 4 2 t 0 0 Devore.lf 4 10 0 0
Coy.rf S 1 1 0 OHoran.rt 4 8 10 0
White, If 4 1 0 0 0 Mets.lb 2 13 1 0
Payton.ss 4 0 2 3 2 Dalton.cf 4 3 8 0 0
Davls,3b 2 1 3 3 0 Monroe.c 4 0 8 0 0
Taryan.e 4 14 11 L'more.ss 2 12 4 0
Norman, p 2 10 8 1 StenVnAp 10 0 10
Wallace 1 1 0 0 OHall.p 3 10 4 0
Baker 0 0 0 0 0 . '
Totals..32U27 1 0
Totals. .35 11 24 11 4
Batted for Norman in ninth.
Ran for Wallace In ninth.
Wichita 30220100 07
Joplin 1 8 0 4 0 2 0 0 11
Two-base hits: Yaryan, Norman. White,
Mets. Left on bases: Wichita, S: Joplin,
S. Sacrifice hits: Dajton, Jones. Sacrifice
files: Devore, Horan. Stolen bases: Kel
lerman, Coy. Lamb, Cochran (2). Double
plays: Davis to Jones, Llndamore to Lamb
to Metz. Hits and earned runs: Off Stem
mens, 4 and 2 In three and one-third In
nings; off Hall, 6 and 1 In five and two
thirds Innings; off Norman, 11 and 8 in
eight innings. Basea on balls: Off Stem
mens, 3; off Noiman, a, struck out: By
Stemmens, 4; by Hall, 1; by Norman, 3.
Hit by pitched ball! Cochran. Time: 1:63.
Umpire: Gaston.
Josies and Bears Play
Nine Innings to Draw
St. Joseph, Mo., June S. St. Joseph
and Denver played a nine-inning tie
game todav. The game was called on
account of darkness. Score:
DENVER. ST. JOSEPH.
AB.H.O.A.E. AB.H.O.A.E.
ShMey.Jtt 3 12 2 OMcCabe.cf 3 0 2 0 0
K'leher.ss 4 0 2 3 0Ooalby.2b 0 0(40
Oakes.cf 0 0 2 0 0Dllti,rf 4 0 0 0 0
B'eherlf 3 110 OMMoare.e i b 9 o
McCo'k.rC 3 0 10 OK'kham.lf 4 3 0 0 0
MMls.lb 2 0 11 0 OMcCTd.Sb 3 0 0 0 0
WufflUb 8 0 10 OHenrjr lb 4 1 0 0
Sheetak.e 8 0 5 3 OShay.mi 8 13 0 0
S'lttason.p 3 0 2 3 OHovHk.p 2 0 0 0 0
Totalg.,26 2 27 11 0 Total!.. 31 5 2T 7 0
Denver 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 01
St. Joseph 0 i o o q q o n 1
Struck out: By Hovllk, 8; by Smlthaon. 0.
Banes on ball: Off Hovllk 4; off Smlth
aon, 3. Hits and earned runt: Off Hovllk,
2 and 1; off Smltheon, 6 and 1. Wild pitch:
Smlthaon. Stolen baae: Klrkham. Saort-
flee hits: McCelland, Mills, Ooainy. two
baae hit: Butcher. Double plays: Goalby
to Shay to Henry, Wuffll to Kelleher to
Mills. Left on bases: St. Joseph, 8; Denver,
1. Time: 1:3. Umpire: McGUvray.
Standing of Teams
WEST. LEAGUE. NAT. LEAGUE.
W..Pct,l
.L.Pct.
Des Moines. .26 IB .8261
Lincoln 24 17 .RUB
New York,... 23 13. $39
Philadelphia .33 14 .622
Chicago 28 17 .622
St. Louis 21 20 .612
Sioux City...22 1S.t50
Omaha 22 19 .637
Joplin 20 18 .626
Boston
14 18.424
Denver IB is .5001
St. Joseph. .13 23 .842!
-Vlchita 12 18 .300!
Cincinnati ,
.18 2 .422
.14 20.412
.14 27 .341
Brooklyn ,.
Pittsburgh
AMER. LEAGUE. I AMER. ARS'N.
WL.Pct.i W.L.Pct.
Boston 29 12 .707!!ndlanppo!ls 38 18.672
Chicago 30 13 .69fiLoulsvllle ...36 23 .631
New York. .23 18 .661lColumbus ...21 20.612
Cleveland . .24 28 .61ljSt. Paul 21 30 .612
Detroit 17 24.41&Kan. City. . ..Z0 30 .60fl
St. Louis... .17 26 .4o6;Mlnneapc!!s .20 22 .476
Washington IS 27 .867'Mllwaukee ..18 26 .419
Phi la 13 26 ,338lToledo 17 28 .378
Yesterday's Beeolte,
WESTERN LEAGUE.
Des Moines, 13: Omaha 1.
Sioux City. 4: Lincoln. 6.
Denver. 1; fit. Joseph, 1
Called end of
ninth Inning; dark ties.
Wichita, 7; Joplin, ,10.
NATIONAL LEAGUE,
Brooklyn. 0; Pittsburgh, 0. Called end of
secona inning, rain.
New York. 6; Cincinnati, .
Philadelphia, 1; Chicago, 0, Called end of
first Inning, rain.
Boston, 2; fit. Louis, 3.
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
St. Louis, 6; Washington, 2.
Chicago, 6: Philadelphia, 3. J
Detroit 1-4; New York, S-4.
Cleveland, 4: Boston, 11.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION.
Milwaukee, 7-6; Toledo, 2-3.
Kansas City, 4-1; Indianapolis, 1-1.
Minneapolis, 1-3; Louisville, 4-0.
Game Today.
Western League Des Moines at Omaha,
Sioux City at Lincoln, Denver at St, Joseph.
Wichita tit JoDlln.
American League Brooklyn at Pittsburgh,
New York at Cincinnati, Philadelphia t
umcago, uosion at mi. oouis.
National Leaaue Chi earn at WanhtntrtAit.
St. Louis at Philadelphia, Cleveland at New
xorK, Detroit ai jtsosion.
Western Loop to Meet Thursday;
League Exchequer Said to Be Dry
The fate of the Western league will
be decided Thursday.
President Zelirung is to issue a call
for a meeting of the club owners of
the league on that day, for St. Joseph.
Many problems confront the mas-
nates and it is believed the session
will prove one of the most important
ever held in the history of the league.
Some of the magnates, it is said,
are willing to quit. Not a club in the
circuit has made money or even
broke even as a result of the bad
weather this spring and summer. Fa
Rourke of Omaha, it is saidv has lost
several thousand dollars already this
year and some of the other moguls
are in worse snape tnan he is.
Rourke stands ready, even eager to
continue the season.
With a break in the bad weather,
he believes attendance will be good,
even better than in the past, and that
PLAYERS DRILL 1H
HONOR OFDRAFT DAY
Philadelphia and Chicago Pay
Tribute to Registration;
Sox Take Entire
Series,
Philadelphia, June 5. Remarkable
catching by Felsch, Jackson, Liebold
and Strunk featured the game, which
Chicago won, 6 to 3 today. It was
the second time this season that Chi
cago made a clean sweep of a series
with Philadelphia.
In honor of registration day the
teams drilled and raised the American
flag, while the Chicago players sang
the star spangled Banner, score
CHICAGO.
PHILADELPHIA.
AB.H.O.A.E.
AB.H.O.A.B.
Lrlbold.rt 3
Weav'r,3b 4
4 1 OWItl...
I
1 1 0 lStrunk.cf 4
3 10 0Bates,3b 3
1 3 0 0 McIn's.lb 4
2 0 0
0 12 0
19 0 1)
Colllns.Sb 6
Jackson, If 6
Fel.jch.rt 4
Oandll.lb 4
Rlsb't.ss 4
Schalk.o 2
2 6 0 sMeyer.c 4
1 10 0 ti.T'nson.rf 4
10 3 2S 'bold.lf-p 4
0 3 1 II
110 0
0 10"
0 3 0 0Orovrr.2b 3
0 0 2 OFalk'b'c.p 0
0 0 0 OSihauar.p 1
10 0 SLawry.lf 1
0 3 10
0 0 1 1
0 12 0
Benz,p 1
8cott,p 2
Murpny 1
0 1 0 n
0 0 0 0
, -Bradsw 1
Totals.. 36 11 27 I
Totals.. 31 4 27 11 1
Battfd for Bns In fifth.
Batted for Bchauer in fifth.
Chicago 0 01 0 3 0 0 2 00
Philadelphia 1 0 3 0 0 9 0 0 03
Three-base hits: Jackson. Strunk. Stolen
basea: Felsch, Strunk. Double plays: Let-
bold to Gandll, Witt to Grover to Mclnnls.
Bases on balls: Off Bens, 1: off Scott. 1:
off Schauer, 3. Hits: Off Bens, 2 In four
Innings; .off 8cott, 2 In five Inninga; oft
8chauer, 7 In five Innings: off Falkenbera,
4 In three Inning: off Selbold. none In one
Inning. Struck ' out: By Scott, 1; by
Schauer, 2, Umpires: Owen and Dlneen.
Hoston Slaughters Cleveland.
Boston, June 8. Boston drove Gould and
Morton from the box In th econd Inning
today In the game with Cleveland, which
Boston won. 11 to 4. Boston acoreO nine
runs In this inning. Score:
BOSTON. CLEVELAND.
AB.H.O.A.B. ' AB.H.O.A.B.
Hooper.rf 4 0 2 1 OOraney.lf 4 1 S 0 0
Janv'n.Sb 3 0 2 3 lCh.p'n,,. 3 2 13 0
Hob'sel.lb 4 0 2 0 v8peak'r,cf 2 2 110
Lewls.lf 6
Walker.cf S
2 0 OROth.rf 4 2 2 0 0
3 0 0W'b'g'a.2b 3 0 3 2
2 3 OH'rls.lbSb 8 0 2 1 1
3 DEvam.Sb 1 1 0 0
0 1 OGulsto.lb 3 14 0 0
0 0 OO'Nelll.o 2 0 0 0 0
1 0 OBinings.o 2 0 2 0 0
0 1 OQould.p 10 0 10
0 0 0 Morton.p 0 0 0 0 9
Gard'r.Sb 4 1
Scott.ss 4 3
Thomss.o 1 1
Agnew.o 1 0
Cady.o 1 1
Mays.p 4 1
Walsh 1 0
Coumbe.p 2 0 0 2 0
Totals. .37 12 27 9 1 'Howard 1 0 0 0 0
Totals.. 33 9 2410 3
Batted for Thomas In ascond.
Batted for Coumbe in ninth.
Cleveland 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4
Boston ...0 9 0 0 0 1 0 1 11
Two-basa hits: Roth, Lewis, Walker.
Three-baee hits: Oraney, Scott, Lewis.
Stolen base: Wambsaatts. Double nla?:
Scott to Hoblltrel. Bases on balla: Oft
uouia, i; off Mays, l; otr coumbe, 1. Hits:
Off Gould, 6 In one Inning (none out In sec
ond): off Morton, 3 tn one-third Inning; off
Coumbe, t In six and two-thlrda Innlnga.
Struck out: By Mays, 1. Umpires: Hllde
brand and O'Loughlln,
Browns Break Even.
Washington, Junw I. St. Louis spilt even
on the scrlrs with Washington by winning
today, 0 to 2. Four runs were scored by the
vtaitors In ths ninth on single by Severeld,
Pratt and 81oan and errors by Ayer and
Morgan, Score:
ST. LOUIS. WASHINGTON.
AB.H.O.A.E. AB.H.O.A.B
Shotten.If 4 13 0 OShanks.lb 4 3 3 0 0
Austln,3b 0 0 3 0 Mtlan.cf 4 0 3 1 0
Slsler.lb 4 1 14 0 0 Foster,3b 4 0 0 1 0
Jacob'n.rf 4 1 3 0 0 Rlce.rf 4 2 8 0 1
8evereld,o 4 2 2 1 0 Morg'n,2b 4 0 3 6 1
Miller 0 0 9 0 OMen'ky.lf 4 0 3 0 0
Hale.c 0 0 3 0 0 MoB'de.es 2 0 12 0
M'aans.cf 4 2 3 0 08mlth 1 0 0 0 0
Pratt, 2b 4 2 0 3 OAlns-th.o 2 0 7 2 0
J'nson.ss 4 0 1 7 0 Gallia, p 0 0 0 0 o
Groom.p MM VJohnson,n 0 0 0 1 b
Sloan 110 0 oLeonard 0 0 0 0 0
Sotho'n.p 0 0 0 0 0Ayers,p 10 0 1
Totals.. 3 10 37 U 0 Totals. .31 4 27 13 1
Rsn for Severeld In ninth.
Batted for Groom In ninth.
Batted for MrBrlde In ninth.
Ran for Johnson tn sixth.
St. Louis 0 0 0 2 0 0 A 0 4 S
Washington 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 03
Two-base hit: Pratt. Stolen base: Rice.
Double play: Milan to Shanks. Bases on
balls: Off Oatlla. 1; oft Groom. 3; off
Ayers, 2. Hits: Off Gsllla, 3 In three and
one-third Innlnga; off Johnson, 4 In two
and two-thirds Innings; off Ayers. 4 In three
Inning: off Groom, S In eight Innings; off
Sothoron, 1 In one Inning. Struck out: By
Gallia. 3; by Oroom, 3; by Johnson, 1; by
Ayers, 1; by Sothoron, 1. Umpires: Mori
arlty and Evans.
Divide DouMe-Header.
New York, Jure I. New York and Detroit
divided a double-header her today. The
Yankees won the first fame, I to 1, and
Detroit took the second, I to 4. The crowd
was said to have been the largest that ever
attended an American league game tn this
city. Mitchell was driven out of the not
in lb Uta tuning ths first carat
the league's teams will make back
the money they have lost. Other mag
nates, however, are not to sanguine
of success, it is said.
That some internal squabbles will
come to a head at the meeting is the
belief. The rookie rule is a problem
that is proving especially vexing. The
National Commission has decided no
such discriminating rulings can be
made or enforced and it is said legal
advice is to the effect that such legis
lation will not hold water in civil
courts.
It is said also there is a little mat
ter of dues scheduled to come up.
There is not a dollar in the league
treasury, according to reports, despite
the fact that dues were to be paid on
May 25. It is said about $3,500 or
$3,600 in dues forthcoming from sev
eral clubs is overdue ten days now.
Sonie other matters are to come
up, but these are the most important.
Cobb's work featured the second game. He
hit 8hswkey for two triples, a' double and
two alngle. drove In three runs and acored
a fourth. Plpp drove In three runs for
New York when ho doubled tn the third'
inning. Score, flrat game:
DETROIT NEW YORK.
' AB.H.O.A.E. AB.H.O.A.E.
Bush.as ,3 0 0 4 OMsgee.cf 41300
Young.2bU 13 3 OHIgh.lf 4 0 4 0 0
Cobb.cf 4 16 0 OMalseUb 3 13 3 0
V-ach.lf 4 3 8 0 OPIpp.lh 4 17 10
H'lmsn.rf 3 13 0 OBakrr.Jb 3 2 12 0
Burns. lb 4 0 3 0 OHdrlx.rf 3 18 10
Spencer, 4 13 1 IN'meker.o 3 13 3 0
M'tchellp 3 0 0 3 0Cullop.p 4 0 110
C'awford 11000
C.Jones.p 0 0 0 1 0 Totals. .30 9 27 14 1
uyer i u o o 9
Totals. .34 1 24 11 1
Batted for Mitchell in seventh.
Batted for C. Jones In ninth.
Detroit 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01
New York 0 fr 0 1 2 2 0 0 6
Two-base hit: Cobb. Stolen hases:
Young, Malsel. Double plsy: Bush to
Young to Burns. Bases on balls: Off
L'ulopl, 2; off IMtrhell, 2. Hits: Off Mit
chell, 9 In nix Innings; off Jones, 0 in two
Innings. Struck nut: By Cullop, I: by
Mltt-tWl. 2. Umpires: Connolly, McCormlcit
and Nallln.
DETROIT. NEW YORK.
AB.H.O.A.E. AB.H.O.A.E
Bush.ss 2 0 3 0 1 Magee.cf 4 3 110
Young,2b 113 4 OHIgh.lf 4 2 2 0 0
Cobbcf 6 6 2 0 OMaisrUb 4 0 6 7 0
Veach.lf S 1 2 0 OPIpp.lh 4 1 13 0
H'lmsn.rf 3 0 0 1 ORaker.tb 4 2 0 0 0
C ford.lb 4 16 1 OH'drlx rf 3 0 1 0 0
Vllt.Sb 2 0 6 8 OP'k'n'h.ss 4 1110
Stsnage.a 4 0 6 3 OWslters.c 2 0 4 0 0
Bolsnd.p 3 12 1 O'Csld'll 1 0 0 0 0
Sha'ky.p 3 0 0 4 0
Totala..33 9 27 12 l'Bauman 1 0 0 0 0
Totals. .31 9 27 13 0
Bstted for Welters tn ninth.
Batted for Shawkey in ninth.
Detroit 0 0 4 0 1 0 1 0 00
New York 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 04
Two-base hits: Plpp Bnker, High, Cobb.
Three-base hits: Cobb (2) Home run:
Veach. stolen bases: Bush, Hellman. Dou
ble play: Malsel to Magee to Malsel. Bases
on balls: Off Shawkey, 6; off Boland, 3.
Struck out: By Shawkey, 3: by Boland, 3.
Umpires: Nallln, Connolly and McCormlck.
Greeley Blanks Spalding.
Greeley, Neb., June 5. (Special.)
Greeley opened the base ball season
by defeating Spalding 4 to 0 Sunday
afternoon. The game was one of the
best ever staged in Greeley.
Sport Calendar Today
flora dhows Opening of annual open
air show mi Leesburg;, Va.
Shooting: Ohio 8tat Trapshootlns; tourna
ment opens at Toledo. South Dakota Htate
Trapshnotlna; tournament opens at Alexan
dria. Maryland Htate Trap. hooting- tourna
ment opens at Baltimore. New Jersey State
Trapshootlns; tournament opens at Little
Falls.
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BURNS' TUMBLE IS
COSTLYTO GIANTS
Cincinnati Wins on Double in
Ninth When New York
Fielder Falls Chas
ing: Ball.
Cincinnati,' O., June 5. Cincinnati
defeated New York, 6 to 5. .The local
team was one run behind when thry
came to bat in the ninth. Shean sin
gled, Mitchell doubled when Kauff
fell down, allowing the hall to go over
his head. Shean was held at third.
Groh then died to Burns, who mis
judged the ball, and when Burns
turned to get it, he fell and it went
for a double, both Shean and Mitchell
scoring. Score; "
NEW YORK. CINCINNATI.
AB.H.O.A.E. AB.H.O.A.E.
Burns.lf 3 14 0 OrirntUb 6 118 0
Heriog.lb 4 3 2 4 IKopf.ss 4 3 0 3 3
Rnbrsn.rf 6 10 0 ORoush.lh 8 3 3 0 0
Zlmern.lb 4 8 3 3 OChaae.lb 4 1 18 0 0
Plerher.ss 6 13 3 OOlark.o 1 1 4 1 II
Kauff.rt 8 10 0 OHuhn.o 10 10 0
Holke.lb 3 0 0 0 OThorpe.rf 3 0 10 0
McCrthy.o 4 17 3 OCueto.lf 3 1110
S'-hupp.p 1 0 0 0 ONeale.lf 1 0 0 0 0
Hmlth.p 1 0 0 0 ONhean.Sb 4 8 4 4 0
Lobert 10 0 0 OSchndr.p 3 0 0 1 0
Mltchl.p 110 0 0
Totals.. 31 934 13 1
' Totals.. 33 12 31 18 3
Batted for Schupp In aeventh.
None out when winning run scored.
Now York ....1 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 16
Cincinnati ....1 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 36
Two.base hits: MitchelK Oroh. Rtolen
bases: Clroh, Kopf. Harsog. Bsses on balla:
Off Schupp, 8; off Schneider, a. Hits: off
Schupp, B In six Innings; off Smith. 4 In
two innings (none out In ninth); off Schnei
der, ft In seven and one-third Innings; off
Mltrhelu 8 In one and two thirds Innings.
Struck out: By, Schupp, 4: by Smith, 2;
by Schneider, by Mitchell, 1. Umpires:
Byron and Qulgley. ,
Cards Win in Dleventh.
St, Louis, June' 6. rrt. Louie rallied In
the eleventh today, and nosed out Boatnn.
8 to 2. In this inning J. Smith, Miller and
Hornaby singled, J. Hmilh scoring, St.
I.nula took the lead In the second on s
single a double, wild pitch and an out. Boa
ton tied the acora in the Bixth on Wllholt'a
double and two' infield ouls. Score:
BOSTON. ST. LOUIS.
AB.H.O.A.E ABJl.O.A.E
Tw'bly.cf 4 12 0 O.l.Slth.cf 6 13 10
Evers.2h 4 13 4 lO'sstes.lb 6 0 19 0 0
Wllh'l.rf 6 10 0 OMIIIer.L'b 6 16 9 0
Mngnelf 6 110 0irrnaby.ua 5 2 2 6 1
K'tchy.lb 6 1 14 0 OCrulse.lf 4 3 0 0 0
J.S'llh.lb 6 110 OLongrf 8 10 0 0
Travers.o 4 0 3 3 O.liielder.Q 4 0 8 3 0
R'llngs.as 3 1 3 10 OP.S'lth.lb 4 3 12 0
Tyler.p 110 0 OM'dows.p 8 0 0 8 0
Hassey 00000
Rsgan,p 3 0 0 8 0 Totals. .98 9 38 22 1
Totsls.39 88118 1
One out when winning run scored.
Ran for Tyler in third.
Roston .1000010000 02
8t. Louis.O 10 000 0 000 13
Two-bass hits: Cruise, Vitholt. Three
base hits: J. C. Smith. Double plays:
Evera to Rawtlngs to Konetchy, J. Smith
to Oonssles. Baaea on balls: Off Tyler, 1;
off Mesdows, 2. Hits: Off Tyler, 3 In two
Innings; off Regan. 6 In eight and one-third
Innings. Struck out: By Regan. 1: by
Meadows, 1. Umpires; O'Day and Harri
son. Branlna Defeats Hastings.
Brunlng, Neb., June 6. (Special.) Brun
Ing defeated the Haatlng Independent team
here, 7 to 3. The featurea of the game
was the ptchlng of W. Hswks, snd the
home run by Lahnera, with the bases full.
Score :
Hsstlngs 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 02
Brunlng 8 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 7
Bstterlas: Hsstlngs, Matser, Nowka and
Eckhart; Brunlng, Hawka and 8chulte.
Fourth War Bride at Shenandoah.
Shenandoah, la., June 5. (Spe
cial.) The fourth war bride in Com
pany E since the war with Germany
is Miss Lottie Hartar, who was mar
ried last night to Harry Baldwin, a
recruit.
DENVER SPEEDERS
ARRIVE IN OMAHA
Two Stables of Colorado Har
ness Stars Enter June
Meeting at the Benson
Kace Track.
Two stables of harness speeders
from Colorado arrived in Omaha
Monday to take up quarters at the
Benson1 track preparatory to the
June meeting, which will be held at
Benson next week by the Omaha
Driving club.
The Colorado strings are owned by
George Estabrook and 'Lawrence
Shuler, both of Denver.
The Estabrook string contains Col
orado Range, .2:085, which will be
entered in the 2:15 trot, and E. Colo
rado, a 3-year-old, which will be start
ed in the same event.
Shuler't string consists of six fast
harness horses, all of whom have
good records. i
Omaha-owned horses captured
more than their share of the money
at the Kearney race meeting last
week. Noble Aubrey, owned by.. AI
Thomas, captured the 3-year-old trot,
while King Will, a green trotter, also
owned by Thomas, led the field home
in the 2:27 trot. Lord Aubrey, owned
by Joe McGuire, was second in this
event. : , ,
Smith Trotter Wins.
Governor V, Otis Smith's trotter,
won the 2:20 trot, while Pelitier, a
green pacer owned by Kirkpatrick
Bros., was second in the 2:22 pace.
All of these horses are entered at
the Aurora meeting this week. Fri
day at least 100 head will be shipped
from Aurora to the Benson track,
where the June meeting starts next
Tuesday.
. Omaha Driving club officials urge
attendance opening day, as the pro-
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will be turned over to the Red Cross.
Ducklings Take Game and
Are Square With Indians
Lincoln, Neb., June 5. Lincoln
evened up with Sioux City today, win
ning the second game of the series
by 5 to 4. Gardinier was hit hard, but
had good support. Score:
SIOUX CITV. LINCOLN, t"
ABH.r-OA.E. AB.H.PO.AC.
Il'ors.ir I I t I OCar'ala.lf III..
Mo's.rf 4 13 0 4 0gmlth,2b I 1 t I I
Itadrr.ss i 1 3 SBa'Icaa.ot 4 1110
Waln.rf 4 110 0l.ohsr.rf I I I It
Con'lly.lh 4 111 IButlar.aa 4111
Musl'n.lb 1 3 2 ZMrirn.lb 4 1 9 T a
Hun'l.lb 4 111 OLsmb.lb 1110 0
llrnshy.r 117 1 ORohrer.a till
Tsd'cos.p 10 11 OQardn'r.p 10 0 4
Totals II 10 14 10 I Total! II I IT tl 1
(Mom City 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 i 4
Lincoln 1 0 0 1 I 0 0 0 i
Thrra-basa hit: Radar. . Two-basa tltta:
Oonnolly. Musllsr. Poubla play: Muallar ta
Rader. Slolsn baass: Bayleas, Lamb. Sacri
fice hits: Morss, Waaton. Tedlaoo, Smith,
Lsmb. struck out: By Tsdlsco, T;byOardl
nlar. 4. Baass oh balls: Off Tedlsco, 1; oft
Qardlnlar, 4. Hit by pitched ball: Carlisle,
by Tcdleco; Ollmore, Radar, by Gardiner.
Wild pitrh: Tsdlsco. Left on bsses: Lin
coln, li Bloui Ctlr, 10. Time: 1:11. Umpire:
Jacobs. , ,
Plan Unique Golf Games i
To Aid Red Cross Work
i Chicago,"June 5. Official! of the
Women's Western Golf association
decided to set apart the week of June
24 for Red Cross play. Each of the
ninety-nine clubs in the association,
with approximately 1.000 members,
will be asked to schedule one eight-een-hole
event, in which each contest
ant will be taxed 1 cent every stroke
taken, t I
Besides the club members It is ex
pected that from 2,500 to 3,000 will
compete and as few of the number wilt
pay less than $1, it is believed enough
money will be realited to provide for
two ambulances. ..,
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