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by
George
McManus
ROORKLETS TAKE IT
IN NINTH INNING
Bases on Balls and Errors by
Bears Allow Fa's Pets to
Cinch Another
Contest.
Denver, Colo., June 18. Although
outhit by Denver, Omaha coupled
drives with eleven bases on balls given
by Nabors to make up a lead Denver
could not overcome, and won by mak
ing tour runs in the ninth of Manser's
delivery and an error.
Bren Breaks Up Game
In Fourteenth Frame
Wichita, Kan., June 18. Breens'
double with the bases full broke up
today's game in the fourteenth. Good
wins' error in the second inning al
lowed Des Moines to score without a
hit. Both pitchers worked well and
two double plays cut off rallies for
Dcs Moines. Score: '
DES MOINES. WICHITA.
AB.H.O.A.E. ARH.O.A.K.
:.lf 8 ft 8 0 0C!oorln,21 6 16 5 3
Kwolt,3b 6 0 2 4 OThmwn.cf 6 10 10
Siiencr.cf, '6 0 0 0 0Jor.os.lb 7 1 16 1 0
Bren.of 110 0 OCoy.rf 6 0 4 0 0
Ilunter.rf 6 4 10 0Morrsn.lt 6 0 2 0 0
Frtmn,2b 4 14 2 OWalliice.as 0 13 6 0
Coffsy.ss 6 114 lDavli.3b 5 3 2 4 0
Sweeny, lb 5 0 16 1 OYaryan.c 6 2 6 2 0
Hpahr.c 6 2 6 0 lClumons.p 6 0 3 6 0
li'Doul.p 6 3 2 6 0
' Totals.. 61 8 42 25 3
Totals.. 50 12 42 16 2
Dos Moines.. 0 101000000000 4 6
Wichita .....0 001001000000 02
Three-base tilts: Hunter, Fortman. Two
base hit: Spahr. Hits and earned runs: Off
demons, 12 and 6 in fourteen innlnKs: off
O'Doui. 9 and 1 In fourteen Innings. Sac
rifice hits: Davis, Cass, demons, Fortman.
Left on bases: Ilea Moines, 10; Wichita, 13
Bases on balls: Off Clemens, 6; off 0Doul,
4. Double plays: Wallace to Goodwin to
.Tones 2). Wild pitches: Clemons. O'Doui.
Struck out: By demons, 4: by O'Doui, 7.
Time: 2:40. Umpires: Harris.
Sioux Take Measure of
Josies in the Eleventh
St. Joseph, Mo., June 8. After
pitching good ball for ten innings,
Graham blew up in the eleventh and
allowed Sioux City to score four runs,
winning the game, 6 to 3. Score:
SIOUX CITY. ST. JOSEPH;' -
AB.H.O.A.E. AB.H.O.A.E.
Gil'OTS.lf 6 0 10 ODUts.cf 3 0 3 0 0
Holly,2b 1)11 Oxxxxxxxk- m.'w fyyy
ftader.se 6 0 2 2 0H'tzell,2b 4 12 3 1
Watson.rf 4 2 3 1 OMcCabe.lf 6 0 4 1 0
Con'lly.Sb 4 12 2 IK'kh'm.rf 6 2 2 0 0
Morse, cf 6 3 3 0 OMoore.c 6 19 0 0
ll'eller.lb 5 211 0 OMcCI'In.ss 4 13 6 1
Crosby.o 618 UUo.lby.3b 4 12 10
Grover.p 4 0 9 2 lHenry.lb 4 16 0 0
Qrahalu.p 8 0 0 1 1
Totals. .42 11 33 t 2'Adams 0 0 0 O0
Powell 0 a 0 0
R. Moors 10 0 0s
Totals. .28 7 33 11 3
Batted for rioalby In eleventh.
Ran for Adams in eleventh.
Batted for Graham In eleventh.
Sioux City 0 100010000 46
St. Joseph 0 000200000 13
Struck out: By Qraham, 6; by Grover, 9.
Bases on balls Off Graham. 2; off Grover.
b. Hits and earned runs: Off Graham, 10
and 4 in eleven Innings: off Grover, 7 and 3
in eleven Innings. Hit by pitched ball:
TJy Groves Hartsrll. Stolen base: Hartzell.
Sacrifice hits: Rader (2), McClellan, Henry.
Three-base bits: Watson, Hotly, Morse.
Double play: McCellan to Goalby to Henry.
Loft on bases: St. Joseph, 10: Sioux City,
7. Earned runs: St. Joseph. 3; Hloux City,
8. Time: 2:26. Umpire. Shannon.
Links Find Sanders Easy
And Wallop Joplin Miners
Joplin, Mo., June 18. Sanders was
easy for Lincoln today and Joplin
lost, 3 to 8. Score:
LINCOLN. JOPLIN.
AB.II.O.A.E.LLamb,2b 4 0 4 4 0
Cllsle.lf 6 8 4 0 OC'hrau.Sb 5 10 10
Smith. 2b 8 0 0 1 ODevore.lf 4 2 10 0
Sch'ndt.2b 2 0 13 OHoran.rf 4 12 0 0
Bayless.cf 4 110 OMetz.lb 4 19 0 0
Lober.rf 4 2 2 0 ODalton.cf 4 110 1
Butler.as, 9(45 (K.'olllns.c 8 2 7 0 1
Griffin, lb 4 0 11 0 OL'd'ore.ss 4 2 2 3 0
tLamb,3b 4 3 11 ISandars.p 3 0 18 1
ICffert.o 6 0 1 0 0'Monroe 1 0 0 0 0
Halla.p 62010
Totals. .30 10 27 11 3
Totals..40 13 27 11 1
Batted for Sanders In ninth.
Lincoln 2 0 0 2 2 0 1 1 0 8
Soplln 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 3
Two-base hits: Devore, Lober. Three
pase hits: B. Lamb 2), Carlisle, Baylesa.
Left on bases: Lincoln, 11; Joplin, 7.
Sacrifice hits: Bayless, Butler. Stolen
has..: Bavleas lit. Lober 121. Earned
runs: Lincoln. 5: Joplin, 3. Bases on balls:
Off Sanders, 4; off Halls, 1. Struck out:
Ry Sanders, 6; by Halla, 8. Time: 1:40.
L'mpire: Miller.
Mags Say McGraw Must
Pay for Wallop at Umps
New York, June 18. There can be
no appeal from the fine and suspen
sion recently imposed on Manager
McGraw of the New York base ball
club by President Tener, according
to a ruling of the board of directors
of the National league here today. As
a result the $500 fine and the sixteen
days' suspension inflicted on McGraw
for his attack on Umpire Byron at
Cincinnati June 8 stands, despite the
protest and appeal filed by President
Hempstead at the conference of his
fellow magnates.
The members of the board went on
record as approving the fine and sus
pension and announced that Mc
Graw's alleged statements reflecting
upon the presidents of the league
would be the subject of inquiry at a
special meeting tomorrow morning.
Mathison Turns In Low Score
In Seymour Lake Golf Match
L. E. Mathison was the winner of
an eighteen-hole blind bogey contest,
medal play, staged at the Seymour
Lake club Sunday, with a score of 87.
J. J. Fitzgerald, C. A. Mandan and H.
C. Foster, each with Si, tied for sec-pud.
Oh You Ninth!
OMAHA.
AB. K. II. O. A. E.
J. Thompson, cf 4 1 0 a 0 0
Conner, 2b 4 114 2 1
Nmlth, If 5 0 2 10 0
Krug. ss O 1 0 O S 0
Burg. 3b 3 10 2 8 0
Bradley, lb S 2 1 0 O 0
Schick, rf 3 2 : 4 1 0
Nnaw, e 4 0 1 S 0 0
C. Thompson, p...... OOOOIO
Brottem 0 O O 0 0
Men, p 0 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 27 7 27 10 1
, DENVER.
AB. R. II. O. A. E.
Hartman, rf S 0 1 3 O 0
Kellsher, ss 5 0 1 3 2 II
Oakes, cf 4 0 0 1 O 0
Butcher, 2b S 1 8 i 3 0
Mccormick, rf S 0 1 2 0 0
Hills, lb 4 8 8 13 0 1
Waffll, 8b 4 1 8 0 4 0
Shestak, e 3 0 18 3 0
Nabors, p ., 4 0 10 10
Ilensen, p 0 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 30 4 24 27 13 1
Baited for C. Thompson In eighth.
Omaha O1080O01 48
Denver 01010800 04
Stolen base: Huecher. Left on bases:
Omaha. 7: DenTer, 0. Sacrifice flies t Schick,
Krug. Sacrlflre hits: Bradley, Krug. Three
base hits: Hills, Hhattiiek, Bases on balls:
oft C. Thompson, li off Men, Oi oft labors,
11. Home runs: Butcher, Schick. Struck
out: By C. Thompson, 1; by Hers, 2 by Na
bors, 2. lilts and earned runs: Off !.
Thompson, 14 and 4 In seven Innlngsi off
Hers, none and none In two Innings) off Na
bors, 4 and & In eight Innings t off Manser, 4
and 3 In one Inning. Passed balls: Nhestak,
2. Time: 2 hours, t'niplrest Mcttilvray and
Gaston.
Annual Swimming Campaign
Of Omaha Y. M. C. A. Starts
The annual swimming instruction
campaign for boys at the Omaha
Young Men's Christian association
started Monday. It will continue all
this week and next.
All boys in Omaha are extended an
invitation to learn to swim. Compe
tent instructors will be in charge and
each boy will receive individual teach
ing until he has learned to swim
across the "Y" pool.
Next week the boys will be in
structed in Iffe-savine. '
In addition next week, evening
classes tor men will be held. these
classes have been scheduled as fol
lows: Monday, 8 to 9 p. m.; Tuesday, 5
to 6 and 7:30 to 9:30 p. m.; Wednes
day, 8 to 9 p. m.r Thursda 5 to 6:30
and 8 to 9:30 p. m.; Friday, 8 to 9 p.
m.; Saturday, S to 6 and 7:30 to 9:30
p. m. j
Sam Reynolds Makes Low
Score in Golf at St. Joseph
St. Joseph, Mo., June 18. Two hun
dred and twenty golfers began the
elimination battle for the Trans
mississippi championship today at the
St. Joseph Country club. Par for the
course is 75.
Eighteen holes of the thirty-six-hole
qualifying round will be played
today, the final eighteen holes and
the first round of match play tomor
row. Lower classified flights will play
throughout the week.
Among prominent entrants are
Harry Legg of Minneapolis, present
title holder; Aldcn Swift of Chicago,
formerly of this city, and James Man
ion, Missouri state champion.
At a late hour this afternoon the
low score was 81, made by James
Mannion of St. Louis and S. W. Rey
nolds of Omaha.
Ouimet and Sullivan Ask
Amateur Recognition Again
New York, June 18. At a special
meeting of the executive committee
of the United tSates Golf association
held here today, Francis Ouimet, for
mer, national amateur and open
champion, and J. H. Sullivan, jr.,
both members of the Woodland Golf
club of Auburndale, Mass., appeared
personally and applied for reinstate
ment as eligible amateurs. It was de
cided to defer action on the applica
tions. One of the members of the com
mittee said that the session, which
lasted nearly three hours, consisted
of a lengthy and friendly discussion,
during which both Ouimet and Sulli
van stated that they did not think
they had violated the rules or im
paired their amateur standing.
Paul Scott Medalist in
Council Bluffs Golf Play
Paul Scott, with an 80, was medalist
in the qualifying round of play for the
Gerner trophy at the Council Bluffs
Rowing association. The following
sixteen flayers qualified anl will meet
in the match play:
R. R. Otis against Filbert.
H. Brainerd against Frank Garret.
R. Metzger against J. Christenson.
William S. Ridgon against Ed
Schoentgen.
Paul Scott against H. Westergaard.
A. Peterson against F. Rappleje.
Gordy against George Wickham.
Harry Messner against Chet Dud
ley. .
Hlldreth Outplays l.oomls.
Hlldreth. Neb., June 18. (Special)
Hlldreth defeated Loomls In a hotly con
tested game on the home grounds 4 to 2.
Tho spectacular fielding of Hlldreth and
the steady pitching of White, the local's
star boxman, featured. Score:
Hlldreth 0 0 0 0,0 0 0 04 4 2
Loomis .' 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2
Batteries: Hlldreth. White end Wilson:
Loomls, Mathson and Masters.
Greeley Defeats Ord.
' Greeley, Neb., UJne 17. (Special) Hit
ting the ball when hits meant runs won to
day's game for Greeley over Ord, 7 to I.
In the sixth Aderlak for the visitors al
lowed four walks. This coupled with three
safe cracks netted Ore41ey six cnotuers snd
the game. Cannon for Greeley twirled ef
fective bail. . r
' 1 i jw
BOSTON CUTS DOWN
LEADOF CHICAGO
World's Champions Take Both
Games of Double Bunker
Hill Program by Close
Scores.
Boston, June 18. The world cham
pions cut down Chicago's lead in the
American League race today, winning
both games of the Bunker Hill day
program, 6 to 4 and 8 to 7. Pitcher
Shore and Assistant Manager Wag
ner, of the Bostons were notified to
day that they had been indefinitely
suspended for arguments during Fri
day's game. Score, first game.
CHICAGO. BOrlTON. '
ABH.OAK AB.H.O.A.E.
Lelbold.rf 10 10 Otooper.rf 2 1(00
Weavr.ab 8 2 J 1 onarry,2b S 0 0 1 0
E.CIns.2b 6 10 1 OThomas.c 0 0 0 0 0
Jacksn.lf 8 110 0Clalner.lt) J B 0 0
Felsch.cf 4 17 0 OJnnvrn.lb 1 0 4 0 0
Oandll.lb 4 15 1 0Oardnr.2h 4 3 8 0 1
Klaberg.as 4 111 OLewls.lf 4 3 2 0 0
Srhalk.o 2 0 I 0 OWalker.cf 3 110 0
Russell. p 2 111 0Scotl.es 3 0 S 5 0
Danfrth.p 10 0 1 OAgnew.o 2 1(30
Clrotte.p 0 0 0 0 0McNly.2b 1 n 0 0 0
Wlllms.p 0 0 0 0 OMsys.p 4 0 12 0
Faber.p 0 0 0 1 0 Shorten 0 0 0 0 0
Murphy 1 0 0 0 O'Hoblltzl 0 0 0 0 0
Totals.. 31 8 24 7 0 Totsls.,81 8 27 10 2
Ratted for Williams In eighth.
Batted for Barry In seventh.
Batted for Gainer In seventh.
Chicago 0 S 0 0 0 0 1 04
Boston ( 0 0 S 0 0 4 0
Two-base hit: Lewis. Three-base hits:
Wslker, Gardner. Double play: Mays to
Scott to Gainer. Bas-'n on balls: Off Mays,
6; off Danforth, 8: off clcotte, 1. Hits: Off
Russell. 8 In four Innings; off Williams, 2 In
two-thlhrds Inning: off Danforth, 1 in two
and one-third Innings. Struck out: By Rus
sell, 1; by Danforth. 3: bv Mays, S. Umpires:
Connolly and McCormlck.
Second Game:
CHICAGO BOSTON.
AB.H.O.A.E. AB.H.O.A.E.
Lelbold.rf 2 10 0 OHooper.rf 6 4 110
J. C'ns.rf 2 0 0 0 0Barry,2b. 1 0 8 0 0
Wea'r.3b 4 112 0Jan'n,2b. 2 0 110
E.C'ns.2b 4 17 4 1 llol.il, lb 5 11110
Jack'n.lf 2 0 2 0 OGard'r.Sb 5 10 0 1
Felsch.cf. 4 0 4 0 Ol.swls.lf, . 4 2 18 0
Oandll.lb 4 8 10- 1 lWalk'r.cf 5 12 0 0
nisb'g.ss. 4 2 12 lE.Kcott.ss 8 114 0
ffchalk.c. 2 2 5 0 OMcN'ly.ss 0 0 0 8 0
J.8cott,p 2 0 11 OThomas.o 4 16 11
Faber.p.. 1 0 0 0 OFoster.p. 10 12 0
Pen'ck.p. 2 10 10
Totals 33 10x26 12 3xxHh'ten 1 0 0 0 0
xxxHen'n 1 0 0 0 0
xxxxRuth 10 0 0 0
Totals.. 41 13 27 18 2
x Two out when winning run Bcored.
xx Batted for Foster In eighth.
xxx Batted for Barry in fifth,
xxxx Batted for B. Scott In eighth.
Chicago 0 1 0 2 2 0 2 0 0 7
Boston 0 0001100 48
Two-base hits, Gandel, Hoblltael, B.
Scott, Walker. Three-base hits. Lelbold,
Rlsberg. uouoie plays: www ana oanj.
Lewis, Thomas and E. Scott. Base on
balls: Off Foster, 6. Hits: Off Foster, In
five Innings; off J. Scott, 8 In two and two
thirds Innings. Struck out: By Foster 1,
by Scott, 2: by Pennock 3, by Faber 2. Um
pires: McCormlck and Connolly.
Danss Wins Pitching Pnet.
Washington, Juno 18. Dauss emerged
victor In a pitching duel with Harper, De
troit winning, 1 to 0, the third straight
game of the series. Cobb scored in the
fourth inning on a walk, a steal, a passed
ball, a wild pitch and Crawford's Infield
out. Washington got only one man as far
as second. Score:
DETROIT. WASHINGTON.
AB.H.O.A.E. AB.H.O.A.E.
Vltt.Sb 2 0 2 2 OJudge.lh 4 0 11 0 0
Young.2b 2 12 1 0Foeter,2b 2 0 8 6 0
Cobb.cf S 1 4 0 OMilan.cf 4 110 0
Veach.if 4 0 4 0 ORIce.rf 3 110 0
Hellmn.rf 4 0 0 0 nMensky.tr s i I o "
Crwfrd.lb 4 1(0 OLeonrd.Sb 20300
Dyer.ss 4 2 4 2 OAlnsmtn.c 3 u i u
Stanage.c 4 0 2 2 OCrane.as 3 0 1 6 (I
Dauss,p 3 10 2 QHarper.p s o u i u
Totals.. 30 27 S 0 Totals.. 28 3 27 18 0
Detroit 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1
Washington ...00000000 00
Stolen bases: Cobb (8). Double play:
Crane to Foster to Judge. Bsses on balls:
Off Dauss, 2: off Harper, 4. Struck out: By
Harper, 7; by Dauss, 2, Umpires: Dlneen
and Owen.
St. Ixtols Geta Tvm Break.
' New York, June 18. St. Louis got an even
broak In Its series with New York by win
ning the lsst game of the aeries, 1 to 0.
Both Groom and Fisher did splendid work
and were well supported. Score:
ST. LOUIS. NEW YORK.
AB.H.O.A.E. AB.H.O.A.E.
Shotton.lf 3 0 10 OH'drlx.rf 4 0 10 0
Austin, 3b 8 0 1 3 0Hlgh.lt 1 0 3 0 0
Slsler.lb 4 18 0 0Malsel,2b 4 2 110
J'bson.rf 4 2 0 0 ClPlnp.il) 4 0 11 1 0
Sevrreld.o 4 18 0 OMIIIer.c.lf 1 0 2 0 0
M'rans.cf 3 0 5 0 0Baker,3b 4 12 4 0
Pratt, 2b 3 0 12 OP'k'p'h.ss 4 0 10 0
Joh'on.ss 3 12 1 OWaltors.o 3 16 11
Groom.D 3 0 0 2 OFIaher.p 8 118 0
'Caldwell 1 0 0 0 0
Totals. .80 I 27 t OMagee.cf 0 0 0 0 0
. Totals. .83 27 12 1
Hatted for Hlglf In eighth.
St. Louis 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01
New York 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Double plays: Austin to Sisler, Baker to
Malsel to Pipp. Bases on balls: Off Fisher,
1; off Groom, 2. Struck out: By Fisher, 6;
by Groom, 7. Umpires: Nallln, O'Loughlln
and Hlldebrand.
Hiddleston Wins Blind
Contest at Miller Park
J. O. Hiddleston won the blind
bogey competition for the Mrs. Mo
Curdy prize at the Miller Park Golf
club Sunday. His 86-3-83 was the
exact blind bogey. Other close
scores were:
Hudson 80- 0-ft
Hpe II man , 87- 6-81
C. Hlddlciiton SS- 6-R1
Lwii 10- 9-SI
Dooley 11- ft -01
Schoenaman 97-lfi-SS
Bir-aott 8H- 4-K4
Shil-lH 84. 0-B4
Falconer 93- 8-80
BRODEGAARD CUP.
Dudley beat Hlilop, 2 and 1.
Kerr beat McCarty, 4 and 1,
BENSON & THORNE PRIZE.
SpMIman boat Tlesnen. 2 up.
Mnlcolm beat Btnuett, 3 up,
ool"y beat Warren, 1 up.
Murrls beat Peat hen tone, t and 2,
Branlnr ItefeMa Otatowa.
Bruninir. Neb., June 18. The Bruiting
ba?n bsdd club defeated Ohtowa at Hie
Ohinvi'ft country club park yesterday 17 to
s. Score:
nhlown 0 10100080
Brunlnr J 0 0 M 1 010 8
HrUttirten Ohlowa, Domeler, Phafpr and
Donicler; Jfe-unlnfr, Hawka and Schulte. At
tendance, 40. Umpire, Tbelesen.
Standing oj Teams
WEST. LBAOUK.
NAT. LEAOUB.
W.L.Prt.
W.L.PcI.
.30 U .G2
.3D 18 .617
..SI 25 -6M
.3S 24 .bU
Dca Molnea.SR 30 .S361New "York.
Omaha ...,384.(179
Joplin .....at 34 .647
Lincoln ....30 16 .686:
Sioux City. .38 36 .61
Denver ... .23 29 .442
St. Jniepb..31 33 .89fi
Wlrhtla 18 Hfi ,333
AM Kit. LKAUUR.
Phtla.
Chtcavo ..
St. Loula ,
Cincinnati
.36 83 .448
Hoaton 19 24 .44:
nrooklyn . .18 W .409
PitlBburirh . .17 33 .84(1
AM Kit ASSN.
W.L.Pct
W.I j. Pot.
Chtcavo .... 1 .48jIndtanapolla IS :8 .fill
Boaton 92 19 .627
ColumbUH . .33 37 .660
New York. .28 1!2.6S0
Cleveland ..37 28 .491
Detroit ....4 26 .40
St. Loula ..83 30 .4231
Phil n 18 29 .3831
Waehlngtn 18 33 .30
St. I'aul 30 3&.64&
LoulBVllle ..S3 38 .641
K a nun a City. 34 28 AW
ITolodo 26 34 .424
Milwaukee ..24 A3 .421
Mlnneapolta 24 33 .431
Yveterday Itoaalta.
WESTERN LEAGUE.
Omaha, 8; Denver, 4.
Lincoln, 8: Joplin, X.
Pea Molnea, 6; WlchtU, 5. (Fourteen In
nlngi) Sioux City, 6; St. Joaeph, t.
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
Detroit, 1: Waahlna-ton. 0.
Cleveland-Philadelphia, played previously.
St. Louie. 1; New York, 0.
Chicago, 7-4; Bomon, 8-8.
NATIONAL LEAOUB.
Chlcaa-o, 4; Cincinnati, 2. s
Pittsburgh. 4: Nt. Loula, 0.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
Columbus, 3: Toledo, 6.
St. Paul, 7; Milwaukee, 4.
Minneapolis, 1; K annas City, 8.
Louisville, 6; Indianapolis, 3,
Games Today.
Western League Omaha at Wirhlta, Den
Moines at Joplin. Lincoln at St. Joseph,
Stoun City at Denver.
American League Detrlot at Washing
ton, St. Loula at Now York.
National League New York at Boston,
Brooklyn at Philadelphia, Chicago at Cin
cinnati, Pittsburgh at St. Louis,
CINCIS HIT HARD
BUTCANNOT WIN
Demaree Tightens in Pinches
and Chicago Takes Long
End of Four to Two
Score.
Cincinnati, June 18. Chicago easily
defeated the locals 4 to 2 today.
Demaree was hit frequently but man
aged to keep hits well scattered and to
tighten up when hits meant runs.
Score :
CHICAOO, CINCINNATI,
AB.H.OiA.E. AB.H.O.A.E.
risck.rf 8 18 0 OOrnti.Sb 8 0 I 1 (I
Mann. If 4 3 10 nKonf.ss 4 14 10
noyls.Sn 8 10 4 OR'.u.rMf 4 2 10 0
Merkls.Ib 4 S 10 I OChsas.lb 4 1 11 1 0
WU'ms.cf 4 0 10 (Wlngo.c 8 16 8 0
Dual. 3d 4 18 1 0Thorp,rf 4 0 0 0 0
W'tm'n.ss 8 0 19 lN-nUf 4 S 3 0 0
Ellloll.c 8 1 S 1 0Shean,2b 4 0 14 0
Demare.p 4 0 0 4 OTonry.p 8 0 14 1
Kn'ts'r.p 0 0 0 0 0
Totals.. 82 8 S7 18 l'Mltchell 1 0 0 0 0
Totals.. 83 8 27 14 1
Batted for Toney In seventh.
Chlcngo 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 04
Cincinnati 10000001 02
Two-base tilts: aMnn, Blllott, Three-base
hit: Doyle. Double play: Doyle, Wortman
and Merkls. Banes on balls: Off Demaree,
3; off Toney, 2. Hits: Off Toney. 8 In seven
Innings. Struck out: By Demaree, 8; by
Toney. 3; by Knetser, 1. Umpires: Harrison
and Emslle.
Cooper's Filching Air Tight,
St. Louis, Juno 18. Cooper pitched air
tight ball with men on bases today, and
Pittsburgh shut out St. Louie, 4 to 0. Score:
PITTSBURGH. ST. LOUIS.
AB.H.O.A.E. AB.H.O.A.E.
Carey.cf I 3 1 1 OB'chr.cf 4 110 0
IMtler,2b 4 3 18 IBalrd.Sb 1115 1
Klng.rf 4 3 3 1 0Mlller,2b 4 0 17 0
J.Wg'r.Sb 4 111 OH'nebjMs 8 114 0
Brief.lb 8 0 16 0 OCrulte.lt S 0 0 0 0
H'eh'n.ir 3 0 3 0 OLong.rf 4 110 0
Ward.ts 4 07 OF lette.lb 8 1 17 3 0
W'gnr.o 1111 OBnyder.o 3 12 3 0
Coopor.p 4 1 0 0 0 'Stewart 0 0 0 0 0
H'stm'n.p 0 0 0 0 0
Totals. .86 8 27 16 lP'k rd.p 10 0 10
. W'ts'n.p 10 110
O'zles 10 4)10
Totals.. 30 0 37 28 1
Ran for Snyder In eighth.
Batted for Watson In ninth.
Pittsburgh 00108000 04
St. Louis 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Three-bass hits: Carey, W. Wagner. Balrd,
Long. Double plays: King snd J. Wagner;
Carey Pltler and Brief; Ward and Pltler.
Bases on balls: Off Cooper, 't; off Watson, 1.
Hits: Off Packard, 6 In four Innings, none
out In fifth; off Watson, 8 In four Innings.
Struck out: By Cooper, 8; by Psckard, 8: by
Watson, 1; by Horstman, 1. Umpire: O'Day.
Cecil Thompson Now Proud
Father of Southpaw Son
A baby boy Monday morning was
presented to Cecil Thompson, star
southpaw pitcher for the Kourkes. by
Mrs. Thompson. The boy was born
at 7 o'clock at the Wise Memorial
hospital. According to Dr. F. J.
Schleier, the youngster already has
shown symptoms of developing into
a southpaw hurlcr.
Swedish Coast Guns
Fire Upon Zeppelin
Copenhagen, June 17. (Via Lon
don.) A Zeppelin was observed
about 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon out
side the harbor of Cimbrishern,
Sweden. A violent cannonade was
directed against the dirigible, which
withdrew in a damaged condition.
Two Thousand Machinists
Refuse to Work With Negro
Schnectady, N. Y.( June 18. Two
thousand machinists at the plant of
the General Electric company struck
today as a protest against the -employment
of a negro.
Hchaylrr Drfeata Albion.
Bchuylsr, Neb., Jun 18. (Hpcla! Tele
gram.) Schuyler bass ball team defeated
Athlon, 3 to 1, here Sunday afternoon. Bat-!
terUr.: Schuyler. ArpM and Bureah; Albion,:
MoKny and Haya. Umpire; Blrkena.
Schuyler ptayn at David City, June 24. 1
Oitvid City Defeat Monte Bhifro.
David City, Neb., Juno in. (Special Tel;- !
gram.) David City defeated More Bluffs
heri Humlay. 6 to 2, In one. of 1he fttRt
gun-lee played hen-. Battri: David City,,
Myre and Picturing; Mvrt-e Bl'Jlfa, Peck
and Urbon.
TWO MORE DRIVERS
ENTER OMAHA RACE
George Butane and Milton Mo
Bride Send Entries; Three
Merceri Arrive in
Omaha.
By FRED S. HUNTER.
Two more soetd pilots have entered
the third annual Omaha gasoline
classic which will be staged on the
boards of the East Omaha speedway
July 4. They are George Buzane, who
will drive a Detroit Special, and Mil
ton McBride who will tool an Olson
Special.
The entrance of Buzane and Mc
Bride boosts the list of starters to
seventeen. The other fifteen entries
were listed exclusively in Sunday's
Bee.
Buzane i is the only Greek racing
driver in captivity. He was born in
Athens, but came to the United States
at an early age. He got his mechan
ical experience behind a soda fountain
after which he got a taste of automo
biling in a Chicago repair shop. He
served two years of aprenticeship in
the mechanician's seat before he be
came a full-fledged driver last year.)
The detroit Special which Buzane
will drive, was built last winter in the
Ralph De Palma Manufacturing Com
pany shops which are conected with
the Packard factory. The car is pat
terned after the German Mercedes.
v Takei Ricks Place,
Eddie Rickenbacher, Omaha's fa
vorite, originally was signed to drive
the detroit, but two days before thi
Cincinnati race Eddie was summoned
by the army to go to Europe. Buzane
was obtained to take Eddie's place at
the wheel.
The west has heard little of Milton
McBride's prowess at the wheel of a
racing automobile, but he is a familiar
figure on the speedways of the east.
His Olson is a reconstructed Mercer
and said to be capable of great speed.
The first vanquard of racing cars
which will be put through their paces
on the speedway July 4, arrived yes
terday. They are the three Mercer
entries.
This trio of big powerful,, yellow
machines were shipped by express to
Omaha from Chicago immediately af
ter the race in the windy city Satur
day. The are quartered at the Mc
Shane Motor Company.
The Mercers all are brand new cars,
and are said to represent an invest
ment oj $50,000. McShane declared
he would guarantee they could
negotiate 115 miles an hour.
joe Thomas, leader of the Mercer
drivers, arrived with the cars yester
day. Thomas had a lead of a mile and a
half in the Chicago race Saturday, and
was spinning around the tamarack
track at a rate of 108 miles an hour
when he pinched a tube. While fight
ing his machine, Thomas struck an oil
spot in the track, made when a rod
on a car in the preliminary race went
through the crankcase and doused the
track with oil. Joe, of course, could
not hold the car in the oil. It turned
over and catapulted off the track. Ily
a miracle neither Thomas nor his
mechanician were hurt.
The car was not badly damaged
and Thomas expects to hava it in
condition to go on the track within
two days.
Haines Due Today.
Walter Haines, who will pilot the
second Mercer, is due to arrive In
Omaha today. Haines was fifth in
the Chicago race Saturday.
A change may be made in the driver
of the third Mercer. Al Schillo drove
the car in Chicago, but a successor
may be named before the Omaha
race. '
Drivers entered in the Omaha race
July 4, predominated among tiie
money winners at Chicago Saturday.
Ralph Mulford who captured sec
ond position in the windy city derby
is scheduled to drive his Hudson
here. Eddie Hearne who drove his
Duesenberg ltno fourth place is an
other Omaha entry. So is Walter
Haines who was fifth and Baby Pete
Henderson who was sixth. Dave
Lewis has signed to drive the Hoskins
he tooled into seventh place at Chi
cago and Ira Vail the Hudson with
which he won eighth money.
Tommy Milton who furnished
eleventh and Tom Alley who was
twelfth also are entered at Omaha.
Added money to the sum of $1,250
has been put up by the Champion
Ignition Company. This makes the
prize money for the Omaha classic
even more tempting to the speed
fiends.
Revenue Collector Scott
Is Removed from Office
Washington, June 18. Joseph J.
Scott, collector of internal revenue
for the First California district at
San Francisco, has been removed
from office by direction of the presi
dent. Mr. Scott is under indictment
for shortage in his accounts with the
government,
Sennit, to Philadelphia.
Phllail.lphla, Pa., Juns A. OtjtflsMer
Frank Brhulls wss todsy 6,',ired by th.
Philadelphia Nationals from ths Plttshurg
club by ths waiver routs. H'htilte wilt re
port to ths local club at on,'..
Hotithern AeMMi.ttlon.
Nw Orleans 4, f 'hattano"(rn "
Atlanta 8, Memphis I.
nirmlTurham 0, MtMn Rock 8
No other fans' Mtodulod.
Strike in Alaska Mines Is
Fomented by Pro-Germans
New York, June 18. Assertion that
evidence has been found that striken
in the Alaska copper properties of tin:
Kennecott Copper corporation were
instigated by pro-German elements,
supposedly as a stroke against the
military rrsourc ' of this country,
was made here today at the offices of
the company.
It was announced that the man
agement in Alaska has been ii .tructed
to lay all the facts before the federal
authorities there.
The trike may involve about 500
men in the Cumbe, Bonanza and Erie
mines at Kennecott. It was stated
by the company officers that a Ger
man element among the miners got
control and dictated the strike policy.
The men are demanding a further
bonus of 50 cents a flay above the
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