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LEAD ON ROURKES
Win Fast Battle at Des Moines
by Bather Narrow Margin of
Two Rum; . Go Ahead
in Second, ,
DM Moines, It., -June 29. (Special
Telegram.) Omaha Iot to De
Moines, S to 3, in the first of the aeries
The Booster! got a three-run lead
in the second on two doubles, I single,
a sacrifice and a wild pitch.
' Two aingles, a sacrifice, and an in
field out scored Spahr with another
run for the Boosters in the fifth.
. Berger walked two men in the sixth
with one down, but Cooney and Burg
failed to hit them in.
Thompson singled in the seventh
and event to third on Smith's aingle.
Thompson scored on Bradley's single.
Smith scored as Coffey threw out
Schick at first. Shaw fanned for'the
Brottem hit for C. Thompson in the
eighth and scored following Cooney's
ingle and when Burg hit into a
double play. .
' Men went t othe mound in the
eighth. Ewoldt tripled in the eighth
and acored when Spencer,' hitting for
Coffey beat out a hit and stolen sec
ond. Hartford flew to Smith for'the
High Records Mark
; Memphis Trap Shoot
Memphis, Tenn., June 28. Jake
Gibbs, professional of Union City,
Tenn., won high score honors in the
tri-state trap shooting tournament,
. which ended here today by breaking
394 targets out of a possible 400 in the
two days of registered events. George
schmidt, Memphis, topped the ama
teurs with a total score of 38J.
A feature of today's events was the
perfect shooting of a squad composed
5f Gibbs, Schmidt, William Ridley of
What Cheer, la., and Mill Martin and
Harry Bellinger of Memphis, each of
, whom broke .twenty straight in one
jf the events. . ,
Two Aleged Slackers
.' In Jail at Beatrice
Beatrice, Neb., June 29. (Special.)
Two strangers were arrested in a
'tarn she miles north of Beatrice last
veiling by Sheriff Acton and lodged
in jail tor failure to register under the
-' telective draft on June 5. The men
gave their names as Wallace Brown
and John Smith and claim Kansas
City as their home, Farmers who saw
them enter the barn early in the eve
ning, presumably to spend the night
there, notified the officer, who placed
!hem under arrest. They will be held
pending an investigation. ,
Five Men Enlist in
- U. S. Army at Beatrice
Beatrice, Neb., June 29. (Special.)
Sergeant Ketter, who has had
charge of the regular army recruit
ing station'here, was transferred to
Mason City, la., yesterday. He will
be succeeded by Sergeant Orleans.
Five young men enlisted in the infan
try service of the regular army here
resterday. They are Clyde B. Ellis,
Hafry C Batten. William F. Riggs,
Herbert F. Scheideler of Wymore
and Frank G. With of Odell.
Celebration on Fourth.
. Red Cloud, Neb., June 29. (Spe
cial.) Arrangements nave been com
pleted for the big Fourth of July cele
bration and Red Cross day. Chief Jus
tice A. M. Morrissey of the supreme
court is to be the speaker o( the day.
One of the big features ill be a his
torical pageant depicting the history
of Nebraska. An automobile parade
is also on the program. ' Music will
be furnished bv the Lebanon and Red
Clond and by 'the chorus of fifty
Ask For Requisition.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
Lincoln, June 29. (Special Teta
gram.) Governor Neville has asked
for requisition capers from the gov
ernor of Illinois to bring back to
Nebraska, Robert Alter, wanted in
Omaha on a charge of embezzling
$628 from the Frantz Premier Dis
tributing company of that city. Alter
is being held by the chief of police
ot in ir go.
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The man who knows xlothes will
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smart styles, superb tailoring. The
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Who Said Second?
AH. R. H. O. A. E.
Conner. n 4 1 0
Hart, sb 4 e e o s n
B, Thompson, ef 4 ' 1 t S 0 0
Knit-, M 4 1 4 1
Smith, If 4 1110 8
Bradler, lb 4 1 1
Nrhlrk, rf S I ft 0
shew, e !
C. Thompson, ....,. 1 6 9 0 4 6
Ttmttem , 1 I t O A 0
Mm, p e o e e o
Totals II I I M II 1
AB. B. H. O. A. E.
csss. if... 4 e i e s
Ewoldt. lb 4 I t 10
Fortmau, cf I 0 O S 0
Hunter, rf , 4 1110 0
C'offe;, 10 1 S I 0
Hertford, ss 4 1 1 S a 0
Sareener, lb I 1 0 10 1 0
nnanr, e a i a a a o
Berier, p S 0 0 1 0
Spencer 1 1 0
Totals .......... .il i i Is "J i
Betted for C. Thompson In eighth.
Bolted (or Fortmen In eighth.
nabs Illllttl 01
Deo Moines 0 I S 0 1 1 e
Three-bos hltt Ewoldt. Two-bos hits!
Bradley, Brottem, Spahr. Sacrifice hltai
Coffer, Beraer. Stolen base! Coffer. Left
on bases) Omaha, Si Dss Moines, 4. Struck
out l Br Berarr, S. First bsM on balls i Off
Berger, St off Thompson, 0 off Men, e.
Wild Dltebl Beraer. Hits and earned runs!
OH Thompson, a and 4 In seven Innings! off
Herter, l and I In nine Innlnrsi off Men.
S and 1 In one Inning, llenhle plarsl Krug to
Cooper to Bradleri Hartford to Coffer to
Sweeney. Umpires! O'Toot and Breeo.
Timet t 1 i,s,e ' Miami s
Breaks Favor Sioux and
Links Are Humbled
Sioux City, la.; June 29. The' In
dians were favored with breaks of the
game and hitting in the pinches and
won from Lincol, 7 to 2. ' Carlisle
spruned an ankle in fielding Crosby's
hit and it went for a home tun, bring
ing in Mueller, who had doubled and
Sioux City assumed the lead. Score:
LINCOLN. SIOUX CITT.
' AH H O A R AB H.O.A.E
rilile.lf 1(01 0 (lll'ore.lf 1 0 1 0
TS'lth.ltl 10 10 OHollr.M I I 1 1 0
Bsrw.cf 4 111 IKsder.Sh I 1 0 I 0
l. ber,rf.ct 4 10 0 OWstson.rl S S I 0 0
Bch'dl,:t 4 110 OCon'llr.cf 4 I I
Orlffln.lb I 0 I I OHungo.lb 4 0X40
Huller.es s 1 4 3 lM'sller.lb I ll I I
Ilohrer.o. 4 1 S I OCroibr.c 4 1 S 1 0
BeM.n III! ODre'hoff.p I 1 0 I 0
Uregory.rf I 0 I 0 0 t-
T0iaif..eu to s, is I
Tolsle..ll I II 10 I
Lincoln 1 0 S ( 1 I 0 :
Bloul City I 0 0 1 I I 0 1 I
Two-bssS hits; Mueller, Bsdsr. Three
bsse hits: Watson, Crosby. Sacriflco hits:
Rader, Watson. Stolen base: Lober. Hits
and earned runs: Off Bremmerhoff. I end
none In nine Innlnge; oft Rest, 10 and I In
etsht Innings, Beers on balls: Oft zlrem
merhoff, I; off Eest, I. Left on bsfles:
Hloux City, 4t Lincoln. 10. Struck lut: By
East, 4; by Bremmerhoff. B. Hit by pitched
ball: Butler, Holly. Tims: 1:00. Umpires:
McGUrray and Osaloa,
Izzies' Rally Can't
. Overcome Bears' Lead
Denver, June 29. Both Wichita
Denver, started batting rallies in the
eighth and while Wichita's was the
more successful, Denver already had
a lead which nullified it winnings.
Nabors did not allow a hit until the
ABH.OAB. ' ABH.O.A.E
Th'ason.cf 4 0 10 OK'leher.es 4 0 110
O'dwln.lb 4 111 ldahes.cf 4 14 0 1
Jonee.lb 4 t IS 1 OMllls.lb S 1 S 0
Coy.rf 4 0 10 OB'tcher.lf I I t 1 0
CooK.fb 4 0 4 1 OMcCo'k.rf 4 110 0
Tavli.ss 4 113 OStewsrt.lb I 0 111
Vsrysn.o I 0 I 0 OWuffll.lb 4 0 0 0 1
While. If I 0 1 0 OSheelaktO I t S 0 0
Clemone.p 110 4 .ONabors.p 1,1 0 I 0
Totals. .11 tl7i 1 Totale,.ll 10 ST II I
Wichita 0 0 - 0 0 0 0 0 I 11
Denver 0 0 I t 0 0 0 1 11
. Secrlflce hits: Butcher. Stewart, Kelleher.
Left on haseo: Wichita, I: Denver, S. Stolen
beee: Cook. Two-bees hits: McCormlok.
Mills, Butcher. Double plays: Davis to
Cook to Jonee. Kelleher to Stewart to Mills.
Beees on balls: Off Clemons, I. Struck out:
By Clemons, 1: by Nsoors. I. Hits end
ssrned rune: Off Clemons, 10 and 4 In nine
Innings: off Nabors, b snd 1 In ntns lnntne.e.
Time; 1:11. Umpire! Bush.
Daylight Saving Plan
,Y Is Adopted by Russia
Fetrograd, June 29. Russia has ad
opted the daylight saving plan. The
provisional government has decided to
advance the clocks throughout the
country, one hour on July 14 for the
purpose of economy in the consump
tion of food.
THE WORLD'S FASTEST AUTO
SPEED DEMONS IN
' ON THE
GIANTS AND BRAVES
SPLIT DOUBLE BILL
New York Takes Close One and
Boston Comes Back by
Seizing Farcical Contest,
New York, June 29. New York
and Boston broke even in a double
header here today. The first game
was won by the Giants, 2 to 1, while
the second was a farce which Eos
ton won, 13 to 0.
In the second game Boston pound
ed three Giant pitchers for seventeen
hits, Maranville leading with a home
run, a triple, and three singles. Score:
v BOSTON. NEW TORK.
10 10 OBurne.lf
AB H.O.A E.
S 0 1 0 0
OKaurr.cr i o i
OZImVn.lb 10 1
ORober n.rf 1
J. Sm'h.lb I
Totals., 10 1 34 11 0
, Totals.. 21 1 21 II 1
Boston 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 01
Now Torn ..1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1
Two.base hlte: Otbson, Fltspstrlck. Three
baeo hit: Fltspstrlck. Doubls plays: Tes
reau. Rarlden and Holke. Base en belle:
Benton. (1), O. Smith, 1: Tyler, (2). Hits:
Off Tyler, 4 in eeven Innings: off Benton,
I In eight Innings; off O. Smith, 1 In one
third Inning,. Struck out: By Benton, 1;
by Tyler. 8, Umpires: Rlgler and Orth.
BOSTON. NEW TORK. ,
Balley.cf 4 0 10. OBurne.lf S 1 1 0 0
Mseser.Sb 10 11 OKelly.lf 10 10 0
Wllholt.rr 0 4 0 0 0Hersog,2b 4 0 4 1 1
Kon'hy.lb I 1 17 1 oKauff.cf 4 1
Flts'ck.lf 4 1 2 0 0Zlm'r'n.3b I 1
J. Smith. lb 4 1 0 4 0l,obert.3b 1 0
Trag'er.o 4 110 OFIelo'r.ss 1 0
Mer le.ee 16 16 OKmger.e I
Rudo!ph,p I I I oRob't'njf I
.417 1J 16 20OlbBon,o ,1
- t O.Sm'th.p 0
i TOtals.,11127 14 1
Boston 0 111110 aii
New York..O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Twb-bsss hits: Smith, Fltspaterlek. Three
baee hit: Uaranyllle. Home run: Maran
ville. Stolen bases: Maranville, Rudolph,
Wllholt. Beee on balls: Oft Tesreau, 1;
off Mlddleton, I. Hlte: Off Teereau.O In
two Innings: none out In third; off Middle
ton, I In elx Innlnge. Struck out: By
Teereau, 1; by Mlddelton. I; by Rudloph,
4. Umpires: Orth and Rlgler.
St. Louis Takes Opener,
Chicago, June IS, Hornsby's horns run
In the sixth gave St. Louie a lead which
Chicago was unsble to overcome and tho
vleltore won the first game of the eerlee
hero today, I to 1. The entire receipts of
the game, amounting to 88,868, was do
nated to the Red Cross. Score:
ST. LOUIS. ClflCAOO.
OFIack.rf. , 1
Long. If.. 1
0 11 1
"Elliott, o. 3
Totals II 111 11 I Totals SS 1 27 9 I
Batted for Betsel In ninth.
! Batted for Dougares In eighth.
St. Louis - 0 0 0 1 S I 0 0 6 S
Chicago 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 01
Two-base hits: J. Smith, Elliott, Welter.
Bslrd. Home run: Horneby. Stolen tjsse:
Belrd. Double playt Miller (unassisted.)
Beee on bells: Off Mssdows 1, off Hendrlx
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Your ifnoranca may startla you.
Few people know of the many
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Standing o) Teams
Des Moinei. 40 21 .SOJiNew Tork.,.37 22 .27
Lincoln ,.,.17 IS .5601 Phils. IS 11 .010
Joplln IS SI .SITChlcsgo ....38J2.M3
Omens ....! SO .646: St. Louis. .. .11 10 .531
Sioux City. .16 11 .580ICInclnnstl ..14 16.480
Denver 11 II .177 Brooklyn ...26 32.446
St. Joiepb..23 10 .365Boston 2131. 414
Wichita ....31 II .36ljP!tteburgh ..20 10 .333
AMER. LEAOUB. AMEB. ASSN.
IndlanapolU 12 27 .0
St. Paul 36 28 .563
Louisville ...It 32 .543
Columbus . .86 33 .621
Kansas City. 22 81 .60S
Mllwsukee ..27 36 .620
Toledo 28 10 .412
Minneapolis 27 31 .401
Chicago ....43 22 .6(2
Boaton 40 21 .625
New York.. 36 18 .666
Detroit ....81 30.508
Clveland ...23 36 .402
Washington 26 17 .403
St. Louis. ...24 30 .881
PhllS. .... 21 88 .866
Omaha, 2; Des Moines, I.
Wlchlts. 1: Denver, 4.
Joplln-St. Joeeph, team failed to arrive.
Lincoln, 1; Sloun City, 7.
Detroit, 11; St. Louis. 1.
Chlcsgo, I; Cleveland, 1,
Washington, 1: Philadelphia, 4.
New York, 1; Boston, I (ten Innings).
Boeton, 1-11; New York. 1-0.
Cincinnati, 1; Pittsburgh, 0.
St. Louis, 6; Chicago, 2.
Tolsdo. 0; Kansas City, 4.
Columbus, 1; 8t. Paul, 4,
oulevllle, 11 Minneapolis, 0,
Western League Omaha at Dea Moines,
Wichita at Denver, Joplln at St, Joseph,
Lincoln at Sioux City.
American League Detroit at St. Louts.
Chicago at Cleveland, Waehlngton at Phil
adelphia, New York at Boeton.
National League Philadelphia at Brook
lyn. Boston at New York, Cincinnati at
Pittsburgh, Bl. Louis at Chicago.
2. Hits: Off Demaree, 4 In eight Innings.
Struck out: By Meadows 4, by Demaree 1.
Umpires O'Day and Harrison.
Pirate Shot Out
Pittsburgh. June 20. In a pitcher's duet
between Mitchell and Mamaux. Cincinnati
ehut out Pittsburgh, 1 to 0. Mitchell woo
hie own game In the third when he singled
with two men out, went to second ss Oroh
was passed, and scored on Kopfs single.
Oroh. 8b.. 2 0 14 OCarey.cf. 4 110 0
Kopf.es..- 4 1 1 S O'Schmldt 0 0 0 0
Roueh.cf. 4 0 10 OPItler.lb. 4 0 0 1 1
Chaee.lb .4 0 14 1 2Klng,rf . . 4 1-400
Ortffh.rf 1 0 4 0 OJWag'r.lb I 1 I 0 0
Neale.lf.. 10 10 OHIn'm'n.K 3 0 6 0 0
Shean.lb. 1 I I S 0Wsrd.ee.. 10 2 10
Wlngo.c. I 0 '1 1 OW.Wag'r.o 10 3 10
Mltch'l.p. 1111 OM'Ca'y.lb 3 0 110
Mam'ux.p I 0 0 I 0
Tote's II 4 17 II I
Totals 10 117 I 1
Ran for Carey In ninth.
Cincinnati ....0 0100100 0 t
Pittsburgh .,.0 04)00000 00
Stolen base: King. Double plays: Oroh.
Shean and Chaee (2). Base on balls: Off
Mitchell 1, off Mamaux 1. Struck out: By
Mitchell 1. Umpires: Byron and Qulgley.
Union Paclrfo Mtue.
Nsbraiks division glnt.t vlfnal depart
ment, i p. m.. Thirty-second and Dewey.
Superintendent Transportation against
Auditor, 4. p. m-. Miller park.
M. P. A M. affalnst kPesaenger Accounts, 4
p. m., Oontenelle.
Engineers against Traffic. 4 p. m., Elm
wood psrk, west diamond.
Umpires for Oreater Omaha league Sun
day: Fox at Athlete park.
McAndrewa at Melady'a meadow.
Kocher at Holmes' park.
Wilcox WbM From Hlldrfth.
Wilcox, Neb., June S 8. (Special.) After
HI Id ruth had practically won today's game,
tho locals held bast test In the last part
of the game and scored enough runs to win
the game. The frame was hotely contested
from start to finish. Score: R.H.E.
Hildreth 4 0 ft 0 1 1 04 4 1
Wilcox ..v 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 S 87 T 4
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It gives the historyof S. SS., the
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SPEED DEMONS HIT
OVAL'S JIGH SPOTS
Thomas, Haines, Henderson,
Lewis, Burt and Mason
Throw on Speed in Prac
tice at Speedway.
Joe Thomas, Walter Haines, Baby
Pete Henderson, Dave Lewis, Andy
Burt and Jerry Mason were some of
the speed artists who gave their steel
steeds short workout3 on the speed
All turned some fast laps on the
mile and a quarter oval. Thomas clip
ped off several laps in 43:1 and 43:2,
an average of 103 miles an hour. Lewis
in his Hoskins Special circled the sau
cer in 44.1 one trip. This is an aver
age of 102 mites an hour.
Henderson and Haines turned sev
eral laps at speeds 'ranging from ninety-eight
to 100 miles an hour without
any trouble, while Burt and Mason
had no difficulty in scaling the high
pitched turns at rapid gaits.
Baby Pete made the eyes of the
other drivers pop out when he began
to circle the oval. Baby Pete learned
the trick of t,be local speedway from
Eddie Rickenbacher and he drives it
like a top. Some of the other drivers
who had never before tried out the
track encountered difficulty and it was
something of a revelation for them to
see the ease with which Pete sailed in
and out of the curves.
Trials Start Today.
Elimination trials start this after
noon at 2 o'clock. They also will be
held Sunday, Monday and Tuesday
Each driver is given three oppor
tunities to mark his car. Positions at
the start of the Independence day race
depend upon the speed made in the
eliminations. The car turning the
fastest lap is given first position, the
second fastest Second position and
This year the eliminations wilt elim
inate. There are more cars entered
of July in
r gUMa i
Our New York factory has jusl com
pleted a larf . special order for us, which
we wUl offer SATURDAY at
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Learn to Swim Outdoors
The lake beach was never better
than this year. - -
Glen Williams, physical and Bwim-
ming instructor at Bellevue colleger v
during the school term, heads the life
guard and gives swimming lessons at
The charge is $4 for 15 lessons, with
a guarantee you will know how to
swim when the course is completed.
Lessons between noon and 10 p. m. 1
Arrange hours with Prof. Williams at
All the other Manawa park amuse
ments are bigger, better, busier than
ever entertaining crowds day and
than will be permitted to start. . The
fastest cars are the ones which will
Four More Arrives. --Louis
Chevrolet and Charlie Kirk
patrick, who will pilot Frontenacs;
Dave Lewis, who will drive the Hos
kins Special, and Tom Alley, who will
tool tne jfan-American, were new ar
Fifteen drivers and cars now are in
Omaha and it is expected the re
mainder, with the exception of Barney
uianeio, win Dreere in toaay or to
morrow. Barney will arrive Tuesday.
The cars and drivers now in Omaha
are as follows: ,
Ralph Mulford, ' Hudson.
Billy Taylor, Hudson.
Joe Thomas, Mercer.
Walter Haines, Mercer.
Louie Chevrolet. Frontenae.
Charlie Klrkpatrlck. Frontenae.
Tom Alley, Pan-American.
Arthur Cadwell, Miller Special.
Andy Burt, Erbee Speclalv
Jerry Mason, Ogren.
Iave Lewis, Hoskins Special.
Pets Henderson, Duesenberg.
Kddte Hearne, Dueeenbera.
Tommy Milton, Duesenberg.
Omar Toft, Omar Special.
Barney Oldfield, famous veteran of
the automobile racing game andi
sometimes called the "master driven
of the world," has entered two cars
in the Omaha sreedwsy races July 4
The entries were received by Contest
Director K I. Mcshane today.
Barney's machines both are called
Oldfield Specials, One is his famous
"Golden Ekh." the car with the peri
scope and the covered body, which
barney Beclares will prevent any ac
cident to its occupants no matter
what may happen to the car. The
other car is the machine Cliff Dur
rant famous millionaire "kid" from
the Pacific coast, drives.
Oldfield is carded to clash with
Ralph De Palm in a match race at
Detroit Sunday. Last Sunday Barney
ran away from De, Palma in three
match races at Milwaukee. De Palma
wants revenge in his home town, and
Barney agreed to give him a chance.
Oldfield will ship to Omaha from
Detroit Sunday night directly after
the race. His car will arrive Tuesday
morning and Barney wired he would
be ready to qualify that day and race
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