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THK BhJE: OMAHA. SATURDAY. JUKE 16, 1917.
IF I DO - I WAVE LEFT MY
OKMN TO THE HOSPITAL
I DID -YOU HEAR Thf I 1 ' wwvr ' 1 1 CHAUFFEUR FOP A IT
LTS'O. V OU iOlN TO BE?! 1 TH A VELLCW ' HQWTAL-J
ROURKES PICK UP
PAIR FROM JOSIES
first Game Requires Twelve
; Innings to Clinch, While Sec
' ond Winds Up in Seventh
St. Joseph, Mo., June 15. (Special
Telegram.) St. Joseph lost both
games of a double bill to Omaha to
day, the first through the poor judg
ment of Pitcher Lefty Graham in not
passing Earl Smith and the second
through being outplayed throughout
, the game. There is no alibi to of
fer, the games were lost through
v superior headwork and better playing
on the field.
In the first game, whichwent eleven
innings, Graham had two men out
and Cooney on base. Earl Smith, the
leading Slugger of the Western league,
or at least he was that last week,
came to' bat. Instead of passing
Sfhith and waiting for Brokaw next
up, Graham grooved one and Smith
found it so much to his liking that
he put it over the right field fence,
scoring two runs, although one would
hive been sufficient to win the game.
The first game was as pretty oile
as one would wish to see, but the
econd game was loosely played and
never interesting at any time. Um
pire Miller gave the Rourkes one run
in the third when he failed to see a
play between first and second. Mil
ler had his troubles throughout the
' bill, putting Marty Krug out of the
park and Catcher Brottem out of
the game because of their protest
against called balls and strikes.
In the second game Miller was
' obliged to leave in the fifth to catch
a train and Hovlik and Merz finished
' getting by; in better atyle than Prexy
Dickerson the umpire. The day was
, a bit too eool for comfort and the
fact showed in the errors made. Merty
Krug had another off day and He
Rourke's manager committed two
: bobbles during the two games. Bro
kaw played a nice game at short after
the manager was ousted in the first
The crowd was one of the smallest
of the year, a. rather remarkable fact
with the double attraction being
Two Hits In Eleventh '
Give Game to Des Moines
.' Denver, June 15. After Denver had
obtained a lead by scoring four runs
in the seventh on two singles, four
Ibases on balls and a sacrifice hit, Des
Moines tied the score in the ninth and
"Von in the eleventh when liwoldt stn
' gled, Hunger tripled, scoring him,
and cam'e home on Hartford's single.
Score: - '
PES MOINES. DENVER. '
' . AB H. O.A.I AB.H.O.AJI.
Cass.lf Sill OHtman.lf S 1 1 0 0
EiralSt.lb SISS OKol'har.u 4 t 0
Spanosr.ef I U ODakaa.cf S S 4 0 6
HunUr.rf S 1 IO OB'tchar.ib II I It
K'tforil.M 14 11 OMcC'Irk.rt It t I I
Coffir.lb Sill 0MHU.ll, 4 111 1 a
Bw'ltr.lh 10 10 1 OWuffll.Se 4 0 110
Brn,e '4 2 7 0 nRhslak.o I 0 1 t 0
O'Dotil.p 11111 Manatr.p 4 1 0 I 0
MuMtr.p 9 0 I I 0
rtmin 1 1 0 0 0 Totals. .11 I 39 IS 1
Oranl.p .1 0 0 0 0
Batlad tor Uuuar In elflilh.
Dm Uolnu o loooiotio l T
' Denvar 0 010014000 0 I
Saeiifloa fltair- KalUhar. Sweaney. Barrl
y floa hit: Kallahar. Left on basaa: Dm
Molnts, 11; Denvar, II. Stolan bass; Oakaa.
Two-baaa hlla: Oakaa, Hartfnrdy ' Thrsa
baia hlla: flpancar, Huntar. Doubta play:
Wuffll to HHIi Baaea on bills: orf
' O'Doul, S; off Mtisssr, I; off Grant, I; off
Manssr, I. Struck out: By O'Doul, 3: by
Muaaar, 1: by Grant, I. Hlla and sarnad
nmr: Off O'Doul, I and I In sis Innlnra:
off Musser, 1 and nona In ona Inntnsa; off
Oram, 1 and nona In four Innlnta: off
Manaar, II and I In elaen Innings. Hit by
pltchad ball: By O'Doul, Manitr. Passad
balla: Brown (IK Tlma: 3:13. Umplrea:
Newhousa and MoOllvrary.
Rose's Pitching Clinches
Contest for SioDx City
Joplin, Mo., June 15. Rose's good
pitching enabled Sioux City to defeat
Joplin, S to 0. The home team gave
Sanders miserable support. Score:
! x.tois - ' '
AB.H.O.A:E. JOPt.IN. (
' .Oatlm'o.lf I 1 I 0 0 AB.H.O.A.TS.
Holly, !b II!? 0Lamb. 41110
Radt r,a I 1. I I i orhrn, Jh I 0 0 1 0
Walion.rfa 1 4 0 0Devore.lt 4 0 4 0 1
Conally.ir 4 111 OHorajl.lb 4 1 10 0 0
Uone.rf ri 1 I OUallon.cf 4 110 0
Groiar.lb I 111 I IColllna.o 4 S 1 1 0
Ooaby.s 1110 OHurwfll.rf 14 10 1
Boat.p .4101 ODlndma.sa' 3 0 I t 1
? ndrr..p 1 0 0 4 0
Jotala II I 3T 11 lMonroa 1 0 0 0 0
i.i .- Hall.p 0 0 0 0
H,'' ".' Tolala 13 lit t 4
: Batltd for aanden In clihlh.
Moui City.... 1 0 0 0 0 0 O'l I
JopUa 0 0 t 0 0 0 0-M)
; Tw.baaa hit: Qrovar, Moran. 'Left on
, fcaaaa: Sloui City. 10; Joplin. I. Bacrlfloa
klu: Wataon, Moraa. Bacrlfloa fly: Holly.
Doubla play: Connolly to Holly to Grovar.
. .' Baaea on ball: Off Bandara, I. Struck out:
By Roaa. I. Hit by pitched ball: Linda
nora. Hlta and aarnad rum: Off Bandera,
t and nona In eight Innlnaa; 4ft Hall. 1
and Bona Inn na Innlnt: Off Roaa, I and 1
.. Is alna laniosa. Umpire! Oaaton.
Former Louisville Man
Pitches No-Hit Game
Birmingham, Ala., June 15. Pitcher
Ralph Comitock, recently secured
from the Louisville American aoaocia
tien club, pitched a no-hit, no-run
game for Birmingham today against
Kashville of the Southern association.
He also hit a home run. Comstock
was wild at times, but never was in
This Looks Better
Score, fire! garnet
AH. R. BH. PO, A. B.
J. Thompaolt, of. 4 0 t BOO
loony, lb S 1 1 S 4
Kmllb, If 1 J t 1 0
Knit, .i IIIOSS
Bura. 2b 4 0 9 S
Drailley, lb S 0 t 13 1
Nrhlrb, rf . . ,r. .. I 0 O 0 0
Brottem, a R 0 1 4 1 0
f. Thompaop, p. A 1 1 3 1 1
Brnkair, ae 1 0 O S 1 0
fchaw, e 1 0 0 S 0 0
Totala 41 4 10 SS 15 t
AH. R. BH. ro. A. T,.
miii. ti 4 o i e
fioalby, lb I 4 1
MrCabe, If 4 0 S 0 O
Klrkham. rf 4 10 ft 1
8hay, ee , A ft 0 1 s 0
Henry, lb 0 o o 1 s ft
H. Moore, 8b.... 4 t 1 s 1
II. Mnore. e S ft S ft 1
(trahnm, p I ft ft ft T 0
-Hcuaiian 1 0 0 0 ft 0
Totala I S 10 U IS "l
AJlatted for Shay In eleventh.
Omaha 0100001) 04) 0 J f
Ht. Jneeph A IftOOftOftOO 0 Z
Htruek out I By Graham, B by C. Thomp
son, 8. Baaea on ballet Off Graham, 4l off
t Tbompaon, S. Hlte and earned mnat Off
Graham. 1ft And S In nine tnnlnaei off
Thompaon, 10 and t In nine Innlnaa. Hit
by pitcher! Dlita (by Thompaon). Brokaw
(hy Graham). Htolen haaet Henry, hoe
rlfica hltl McCehe. Two-lmMi hltei Henry,
H. Mnore, J. Thfflnpaon, Brottem, Home
rant Smith, Left on haaeei Ht. Joaeph, St
llntaha. 10. Kerned mnat Bt. Joeeph. St
Omaha, t. Time of tame! Two houre and
twenly-flvo mtnutee. tmplret Miller,
Bcore, aecond gam:
AR. R. RH. PO. A. F.
Thompaon. of... S ft ft 1 0 o
Cooney, 3b S ft 1 1 ft ft
ftmlth. If t 1 A 1 S 0
Krug, aa S ft 1 ft S 1
Burg, Sb S ft 1 S 0 0
Bradley, lb I ft ft ft ft ft
"chirk, rf. S 1 S 1 ft 0
Brottem. a 1 1 A a a a
Currle, p I ft . ft n o
Totala.. I.. .ss I S II 1
an o t, ir r a w
Dlita. cf I 1 a , '';
fioalby, Sb S ft 1 J ft ft
in ane, I s ft 1 1 ft ft
Klrkham, rf t ft 1 l'l ft
tthav. a A a a n
Henry, lb S ft ft 4 . a
n. noora, an..,. o a l l
O'Brien, e. 1 ft 0 - I
H'rlaht. n 1 A A A a a
Moore, a 1 ft , 1 4 l a
Adoma .....S,. 1 ' ft ft ft 0, ft
Powell. , ft ft ft ft ft ft
McClellaa ft ft ILf 4) ft ft
Totals IS 1 I II l
Batted for Wright In fifth.
Hatted for Powell ! aevanth.
Omaha ft 1 1 1 ft ft
Bt. Jotepn 1 fttftftt ft i
Atrura nott By Wright, Si by Powell. 1:
hy Currle. a. Baaee an baUst off trriaht.
4. off Powell, Ot off rnrrle, ft. Hlta and
earoea runet urr nrtgnt, 4 and 8 In five
truilngai off Carrie, S and 1 In eeven la
nlngai off Powell, 1 and nona In two In
nlnaa, Hit by plteheri ftanlny (hr Conie).
Wild ' pltrheai Wright, Cnrrla. Stolen
baaeet Cooney, Goalby, . Thompaon. Ban
rlllc. hlUi Bhay, Burg. Tira-baea hltl
nurg. uoooia puyi e. Thompaon to Cooney.
lft on baneet Bt. Joaeph, 8 Omaha, 4.
PArned runet Bt. Joaenh. It Omaha. A.
Tlma of game! One hour and thirty. fire
mlnutee. I'mplreat MlUer, Hoyllk and
Four-Run Lead Puts Game
On Ice for Lincoln Club
ivnnai) .sla. J Ullt Ib. It-Ill IB
could not overcome Lincoln's four-
rim 1t.iH LirIIPr. n iUm. Ae.l
ind the final count stood 8 to 7. Both
icims maae several costly errors,
which counted for scores. Score:
tallJiviX. . WICHITA.
l flo n.uA.ii, AO.n.U.A L
cmiMf a i i o oa'dwin.sb 11330
"""iKiaii w .1 itnosion.ee l l v a
BaylM,c( 4 110 OJonttUb S 111 S 0
Lobr,rC S 0 4 0 ACoy.rf 6 1 0 ft 0
Bntlftr.M 4 0 4 4 OMor'con.lf S t I 0 ft
Jrlffln.lb 119 0 IWIicmi 4 0 0 0 0
8oh Mt.Jb 4 I ft 1 ltavlf,Sb 4 1 8 f I
Konrtr.o i o i j orrynn,o 4 16X0
Halla.p 1 1 0 9 0Kocatnr 0 0 0 0 0
i,yont-p 0 0 0 1 1
Toti.,:a a 26 13 J"t'oni,p S 1 1 ft 3
Norman, p ft 9 0 0 0
WblU.o 1 10 0 0
TUn for Tarvan in ihth.
Lincoln i l o 1 ft ft 1 01
Wichita 0 0 0 0 4 3 0 07
rwo-naaa nut: umun (if, joni, Whita.
Hlta And earned runs: Off Lvona. 3 and 2
In ona Innlnca; off Clemona. 1 tvnd nona tn
seven Inning; off Norman. 1 and nona In
ona Innlnca; off Halla. 11 and four In ntna
Innlnga. Stolen baaea: Schmandt ), Rohrar,
Marruon, iyona, i:imona . tMcrlflca
hit: Carliale. Lobar. Butler. Orlffln.
flclimandt. Rohrar, Halla. Smith S. Baaea
on oaua: uri Lyona. i; off Piorman, 1; off
Halla. i off demons, I. Struck- out; By
Lyoiti. 1; by Clemona, I; by Halla, 1. Left
on .baaea: Wichita, ft: Lincoln, 7. Hit by
pltoiiad ball: By Lyona, Carltal. Panaed
ball: -Rohrar.: Tlmt: 1:60. Umplrea, Shan
SPORT CALENDAR TODAY.
Aatomobito Third , annaa!
derby at th rhlfAco meed war.
Ron-lnv Annual revattn of Hudaori RItot
Rowing BMorbitlOii mi Woodbury, N, J.
Haftnv latonla Derby will be ran at la,
tonl., Kj. Onenlna- af anrlnr meetlnar nf
nnaucht lmrk Jorkey club. Ottawa, Oat.
C'loae of aprinv meeting- of Westehealar Ra-
inT aaaoeiaitn( ueimnni park,
Yaehtlnar Annual Mlfh.a-an Cltr mm mi
Colombia Yacht eluh of f hlrato.
annual ouraameni or Nortit Amer
ican Hkat leacoo opeaa at Chicago.
Athletic On hundred -mile run at New
York City for benefit of American .Red
Tennlt Lonr lahud ehunDlonahln tour.
nametit onena at Brooklyn. N. . Paolfle
foaat chantplnnahlp tournament opeu at
Del Monto, Cal.
Boslnr Tom Vcftfahon va. Bob XeAUla
ter. ten ronnda, at ritlahnrnh.
Nature Needs Assistance
A little help goes a long ways
If you would keo your bod; in a
healthy and robust condition, throb
bing; with that splendid vitality that
indicates freedom from all ailments,
first of all see that your blood is
kept pure. Any alight impurity that
creeps into your blood will soon ef
fect the well-beine of your whola
A Tew bottle of S. S. S. will give
just the assistance that nature needs
Standing oj Teams
WESTERN LEAOUE.INATIONAL LEAOUE.
W. L. Pet. - W. U Pet.
Dea Molnea.33 II .427 New York.. 31 IS .1141
Joplin 27 31 .661 Philadelphia. 31 1C .((
Omaha ,...2 24 .441
Lincoln ....21 24 .631
Chicago ....30 31 .164
iSt. Louie. ...27 22 .661
Sloui City.. 3134 .130
Cincinnati ..24 It .434
Denver ....23 36 .471
Boeton 17 34 .416
Ht. Joeeph..ll 30 .383jBrooklyn ...17 21.406
Wichita ...17 31 ' .llOIPIttaburgh ..11 32.321
AMERICAN LEAOIJEI AMERICAN ASS N.
W. L. Pet.
' W. L. Pet
Chicago ....34 17 .447
Boeton ... .30 II .636
New York.. 27 30 .6741
Inillanapolla.il if .167
IColumbua ...31 24 ,664
St. Paul 17 24 .629
Cleveland ..24 27 .491
Detroit ....22 21 .146
St. Lottie... 10 31 .401
ILoulevllle ...31 21 .101
Kan.aa City. 22 21 .461
Milwaukee ..33 30 .484
Mlnneapolla..2l 11 .416
fol.do 23 33 .407
Wa.hlnalon.il 10 .376
Philadelphia!? II ,I7
Omaha. 4-1; St. Joaeph, 3-1 (first game,
twelve Innlnge; eeeond called by agreement
end of eeventh Inning).
Dee Molnea, 7: Denver, I (eleven Innlngi).
Lincoln. I: Wichita. 7.
Stoux City, I; Joplin, 0.
' AMERICAN LEAOUE.
Detroit, 4; Washington, I.
Cleveland, 3; Philadelphia, I.
St. Louie, 1; New York, 6.
Chicago, 1; Boaton, 0.
New York-Pltteburgb, rain.
Philadelphia, 13: Cincinnati, I.
Bo.ton. 6; Chicago, I.
Brooklyn, I; St. Louie 1 (twelve Innlnge).
TndtanapoHa, 4; Toledo, 1.
Bt. Paul, 7 Kan.aa City. 10.
Mlnneapolle, 4; Milwaukee, 11.
Weatern League Omaha at Denver, Lin
coln at Joplin, Dei Molnea at Wichita, Sioux
City at St. Joaeph.
American League Detroit at aehlngton.
Cleveland at Philadelphia, St. Loula at New
York, Chicago at Bneton.
National League New York at Pttteburgh,
Philadelphia at Clticinnatt, Boaton at Chi
cago, Brooklyn at St. Louie.
MINOR LEAGUES QUIT
President Tearney of Three-I
League Says Class A Organ
isations Cannot Stand
Chicago, June IS. Suspension of
thirteen minor leagues operating un
der class A. classification after the
Fourth of July games was urged by
President A,. M'- Tearney, of lh:
Three-I league last night in an ap
peal to the league executive asking
them to act concertedly.
The war and the unfavorable
weather conditions will make this ac
tion necessary President T'arney be
lieves. The Three-I league, one of the
oldest and best known of the minors,
will meet in special session htere to
morrow to consider suspending after
the Fourth of July.
All of the clubs have' lost heavily
because of inclement weather.
The financial situation of the Three
I league, reflecta the condition of all
the minor organizations according to
President Tearney, who made a per
sonal canvass of the situation.
Two Have Suspended.
Two of'the fifteen leagues under A.
classification the Virginia league
and the North Carolina league al
ready have suspended. Both organi
zations stood the strain less than six
The larger minor leagues, the
American association and the Pacific
Coast league have been severely hit
by the war and bad weatl.er. Players
in both organizations were asked to
accept salary reductions of from 10
t 15 per cent and the American asso
ciation to curtail its operating ex
penses, reduced its umpiring staff
from eight to four.
"From the canvas I made, I 'do not
think there is a small minor league
in the country with the possible ex
ception of one or two, that will be
able to survive the season,". Tearney
President Tearney requested John
H. Farrell, secretary of the National
Association of Professional Baseball
leagues tonight for a decision in re-
fiard to what protection would be af
orded the, league, their players and
territorial rights, in view of the pro
Holbronk Defeata Cambridge,
Holbrook, Neb., June 16. (Special. I Hoi
brock defeated Cambridge here Thur.ri.v
afternoon in one of the beet play.d game,
of ball thl. ae.eon. The feature of the game
waa the heavy hitting ot the- Holbrook
team, and the fine pitching of Meyers, who
.truck out twenty cf the Cambridge bat
tere and held them down to three bite.
Wetael, lha center fielder for Holbrook, got
a home run. Score: Holbrook, S: Cambridge,
1. Balterlee: Holbrook, Meyera and Smith
Cambridge, TVIIley and Kranlnger.
Atlanta, 1; Chattanooga, 0. .
Mobile, I; Little Rock, I.
New Orleana, I; Memphla, 4.
Birmingham. 7: N.ehvllle,
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S. S. S. is sold by druggists every
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for more than fifty years, and people
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SINGLE IN TWELFTH
WINS FOR ST. IMS
Gonzales Baps Out One. Bring
ing in Baird, and Brooklyn'
la Defeated by 3 to 2
St. Louis, June IS. Gonzales sin
gle in the' twelfth scored Baird, who
had tripled, with the winning run,
and St. Louis beat rBooklyn, 5 to 2.
BROOKLYN. BT. LOOTS.
Olion.M 5 2 3 8 Of Smth. cf 4 2 3 0 0
Daubrt, IbE 3 IS 1 OOonzti.lb I 3 17 0 6
Hlckmn.cf 8 0 11 01 M!lrr,3b 4 13 4 0
Sd.nnel.rf S 1 3 1 0BeU,3b 1 0 0 0 0
Whtal.tb 13 10 OHrnaby.ag 3 0 8 7 1
Cutr,hw,3b 1 3 6 8 OCruiaeJf 4 1 4 0 3
Mowry.Sb 3 0 3 1 OLt vjr trail. o 3 13 10
Smyth.Jb 0 0 0 0 OSnyder.o 8 0 3 1ft
Meyr,o 3 1 3 0 9Smith,3b 3 110 0
Johnstn 1 0 00 O'BairtJ.Sb 3 10 10
O.MIIer.o 0 0 3 0 0Mdwt,t 3 0 0 1 0
Cadore.p S 1 1 B OA men. p 3 0 0 1 0
- "uet.ci.sr ooooo
Tota!i..31 1134 31 0
To (a If.. 41 12 38 17 1
Ban for J. Ml!1r In ninth.
Ran for F. Bmlth In eighth,
"'ri for Am twlfrh
Brooklyn 1 0080 0 81000 A 9
btl "A 0000110000 13
Two -base hits: Cadore. J. Smith ninn
Thra-ba bits; Long, Baird. Doubla plays:
Hornsby to Miller, Olson to Cutshaw to
Daubort (2). Bases on balls: Off Cadore, 3;
off Meadows, 6. Hits: Off Meadows, 9 In
j-v?n and two-thirds Innlncs. Struck out
By Cadors, 3; by Meadows, 2; by Ames, 2.
biiiiviica. mrin aim jaransnem.
Willow the Big Fatur.
Cincinnati, O.'. June 18. Philadelphia
How the Government Will Choose the First Contingent
From the 10,000,000 Men Who Registered
The fact that practically ten million men of military age registered in one day in the United ,
States is, in the opinion of American newspapers, this country's conclusive answer to all efforts
to convince the German people that this is "Wilson's War" and that it is without popular sup
port or approval in the world's greatest republic. It is also, they add, our answer to "the spies,
the conspirators, the demagogs who tried to obstruct the Draft Law." The history of the past
several days will be read and studied in Berlin, where it will be recognized, in the opinion of
the Springfield Republican, as "a registration not merely of men but of a national purpose, in
dorsed, supported and confirmed." '
Now that the first step in raising an immense American army has been taken, the question
as to who will be exempt from military duty is engrossing public attention. In THE LITERARY
DIGEST for June 16th the leading article gives a comprehensive account drawn from the press
of the United States of the workings of the draft, and also includes the latest obtainable in
formatibn as to the government's plan for passing upon the cases of men who have claimed, or
will claim, exemption. Other articles of more than usual interest are:
The Socialist As a Patriot
Socialism in Germany Being German, Why Can't Socialism in America Be American,
- Non-Socialist Editors Are Asking
Why We Are Fighting Germany
War-Time Raids on Labor
What England Thinks of Us
Food Without Farms
How Naval Flags Are Made
The Theater-Women's War Work
A Mid-Victorian Literary Tempest
"An Objector to Theology in National
Hymns ' '
Why Protestants Stay Protestants
There is no knowledge of more importance to
the busy man or woman of today than accurate in
formation on current events a correct under
standing of what is going on in the world about
them, the great movements, social, commercial
and political, that are taking place daily and
hourly. Such knowledge means everything to you.
If will be a big advantage to you in your business,
a valuable asset in society, and will broaden and
clarify your viewpoint in a hundred ways. THE
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FUNK & WAGNALLS COMPANY (Publishers of
and Cincinnati In an old-time bat tint" bee
here today with the visitors, finish in aa
winners, 13 to I. Whltted and Orob pro
flted moat at bat, the former getting four
hits out t four time a bat, while the lat
ter obtained four out of five times up.
Paskrt.cf 8 3 8 0 OGrtoh.Sb 6 4 0 3 0
M'Gfgn.ss 4 1 3 4 0Kopf.es 8 111
Stock, 3 b 3 10 1 ORoush.t 8 0 7 0 1
Cravth.rf 8310 OChaae.lb 8 311 1 L
Whltted. If 4 4 11 lWlngo.c, 6 1111
Luders.lb 1 8 0 OThorpe.rf 8 110 0
NtehofMb 4 1 ft 3 INeale.lf 4 3 10 1
Kllllfer.o 4 0 8 0 0Sh?&n,2b 6 3 2 2 0
Burns, c 0 0 0 0 OBIler.p 10 0 10
Lavrmdr.p 3 10 1 OKnetier.p 1 0 3 3 1
Dugey 1 0 0 0 O'Qrlfflth 110 0 0
Clark 110 0 0
ToUli 38 14 37 10 2
Totals 41 18 27 13 8
Batted for Kllllfer In ninth.
Batted for Ellar in fourth.
Batted for Knetser In ninth.
Philadelphia. 20031081 313
Cincinnati ..1 0 0 0, 01 00 6 8
Two-base hit: Thorpe.' Three-base hits:
Whltted, Cravath, Paskert, Clarke. Double
plays: Nlehoff (unassisted), Kopf to Shean
to Chase. Basew on balls: Off Lavender.
3: off Eller, 1; off Knetzer, 1. Hits. Off
Eller, 6 In fur Innings. Struck out: By
Lavendr, 4: by Knetxer, 1. Umpires: Har
rison and O'Day.
. Boston Make It Two Straight.
Chicago, June 16. Boston made It two
straight from Chicago today by "bunching
hits off Prendergaat. The score was 6 to
BOSTON. CHICAGO. '
aBlley.cf 3 110 GZetder.ss 3 12 3 0
Ftzptk.cf 110 0 OWolter.rf 8 0 1 1 C
Evera,2b 6 116 0Do.vle.2b 3 0 18 0
Wllholt.rf 3 10 0 OMtrkle.lb 3 3 11 0 1
Magee.lf 6 110 OWtllms.cf 4 3 3 1 0
Knchy.lb 3 0 14 0 OMann.tf 4 14 0 0
Smith, 3b 4 3 3 1 OeDaUb 4 2 14 0
Gowdy.c 3 3 3 OPrndgst.p 21040
Mrnvle.ss 3 16 1 ORueter.p 2 0 0 1 0
Totals.. 34 10 27 19 1
Totals.. 33 12 37 16 0
Boston 1 1 0 0 0 0 3 3 06 !
Chicago 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 03 I
Many Interesting Illustrations
Social and Business Asset of Great Value
Two-base hits: Merkla (2S. Qowdy, Mar-
anvllle. Magee, Smith. Double plays: Zelder
to Doyle to Merkls, Williams to Prendergaat
toiZelder to Deal, Evers to Konetcby. Deal
to Wilson to Merkle. Bases on balls: Off
Rudolph, 3; off Prendergaat, 1; off Reu
ther, 1. Hits: Off Prendergast, 8 in six and
one-third Innings. Struck out: By Prender
gaat, 2: by Rudolph, 2; by Reuther, 1. qnv
pires: Byron and Qulgloy.
te Be Ce's and Armours to
Play Double Bill Sunday
The Te-Be-Ce'r and Armours will
cross bats at Holmes Park Sunday in
a double-header, the first game start
ing promptly at 1:30. ' Ihis battle
promises to be close and exciting as
the results will have great bearing up
on the finish in the Greater Omaha
league race and with both teams hav
ing perhaps the best slab artists in
the league on their line-up a pitcher's
b-ttle is looked for. "Pepper Adams
with his famous elusive "cokey" ball
will probably oppose "Andy" Graves
while Pete StcGuire Will hurl against
Hanson, the Council Bluffs speed ball
king who has just joined tht
Armours. Several new men will be
seen in action on both clubs and fol
lowers of the game prophesy some
exciting times before all is over.
Britton and Lewis Go
Ten Rounds to a Draw
New York. June 15. Tack Britton
of Chicago, and Ted (Kid) Lewis
tought ten fast rounds to a draw here
tonight. Britton weighed
pounds and Lewis 134J4.
Tnlon Paclflo League.
Kebraeka Division va. M. P. and M.. Tblr
ty-second and Dewey, 4 p. m.
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Ireland Today and West Virginia in
The Stockholm Conference
An Office-Holding Family
Will There Be a Fuel Famine?
How Russia Glorifies the Folk Tale
Real Amusement for the Training
Camps Instead of Drink and Vice
The Rich Not Running the Churches
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