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Ja'i Pets Get to Two Joplin
Twirlers for Ten Singles
, and Bin; Up 8 to 3
Joplin, Mo., Aug. 1. (Special Tele
gram.) Managed by Owner John
Savage from the bench, the Miners
lost the second game of the series
with Omaha today, 8 to 3. Savage an
nounced before the game that he had
released Jack Dalton because he
could not afford to pay him the
money the centerfiielder is worth.
Savage wilt continue to manage the
team from the bench for the rest of
Rourke's team shows the effects of
his skillful handling in the improved
class of ball offered. The team shows
as good as any that has played in
ioplin recently. Park pitched a
eady game. He allowed the home
team eight hits. But he kept them
scattered to that only two of the
three runs were earned. Aside from
'the seventh inning he was never in
trouble. The Miners' run in the
eighth was obtained on Nye's error
and a double by Devore.
' Gather in Early Runs.
The visitors leaned on Cy McGra
nor's offerings for two earned runs
in the second inning and three in the
third. Yardley. opened the second
round with a grounder to Berg and
was thrown out. Brottem drew a
pass, but was out trying to steal sec
ond. Thompson walked and succeeded
where Zrottem failed andvscored on
Nye's single. Park lined out a double
and Nye crossed with the second run.
Cooney ended the inning with a fly
to "Yank" Davis who olaved eenter-
field in the absence of Dalton from
Krug singled in the third and went
to third ahead of Miller who doubled.
Shaw scored both base runners with a
triple to the leftfield fence.
Graham to Slab.
Manager Savage then sent Oscar
Graham to the slab to save what was
left of the day. but the damage had
all been done tor the four runs that
-were counted while Cy pitched were
more than were needed to win the
game, Graham forced Yardley to
send a short one to Devore and Shaw
was held at third, but the first sacker
scored a moment later on Brottcm's
single to center.-
More Errors Made.
Thompson and Nye both flew out
and ended the scoring for that inning,
but a single and a double netted one
in the fifth and an error, and a hit
batsman coupled with a long fly, net
ted another in the sixth. Cooney
pulled a Merkle in the sixth, failing
to touch second in his hurry to get to
third while Nye was scoring.
Omaha's final run came in the ninth
on an error by Cochran, a sacrifice
hit bv Krug and a single by Miller,
who nit safely four times out of five
trips to the plate." His other trip
netted a walk, giving him a perfect
record for the day. His first one was
Sioux Score in Bunches
And Shut Out" Izzie Crew
Wichita, Kan., Aug. 1. Sioux City
scored her four runs in bunches of
two each and shut out Wichita. The
first pair came in the second inning,
when Connolly hit for the circuit
after Mueller had singled. Wichita
could not bunch hits off Rose, and
had little chance to score. Score:
Reuth'r.ef 4 t
Berar.t 4 1 S J
Jon,lb 8 Oil
Cor.rt 4 0 0
Good'ln.lb 8 18 1
M'Brld,if 8 0 14
Dvl..Jb 1 J 1
Dobblni.e 8 1 4 S
Baker.p 8 10 1
Totalv:i 11714 Total.. 18
Coy out, hit by batted ball.
Blous City...... 0 1 S 8 0 t I
Wichita t t 0 $ 04
Left on baae: Wichita, T: Sloui City, 8.
Sacrifice hit: Mueller, Connolly. Two.
baae hit: Mueller. Horn run: 1 Connolly.
Stolen baaea: Holly, Connolly. Hit and
earned run: Off Koe; t and nine In t
Innlnit; off Baker. I and 4 In nine Innings.
Double play:- Rader to Holly to Mueller,
pavli to Berger, Ron to Rader to Mueller.
Struck out: By Baker, 4; by Roae, 1.
Baae on ball: Off Roae, S; off Baker, 1.
Hit by Pitcher: Holly (by Baker) ; Roae (by
Goodwin). Umpire Brown. Tim of (am:
Denies Report of Johnson
That Cash Clash Is Off
Cincinnati, O., Aug. 1. The world's
series wilt be held this fall despite the
intimation by Ban Johnson, president
of 'the American league, that it would
be called off because so many play
ers were caught in the draft, Garry
Herrmann, chairman of the national
commission, declared here today.
"The series will be held no matter
what happens," Herrman said. "The
owners of the White Sox and the Red
Sox, who are fighting for the pennant
in the American league, are fighters
to the end and will te Villing to
tackle the series no matter how many
difficulties confront them. New York,
if it wins the Natinoal, will unques
tionably be ready to play, and if Cin
cinnati captures the flag, as I sincere
ly hope, I will not hesitate to play."
More Willow Stuff
AB. It. ft. O. A. E.
Coomr. Ib 4 1 0 7 8 1
Krti, 1 1 1
Miller, If. 4 S 4 t 0 0
Hhaw, lb 4 1 9 1 0 1
Yarriler, rf. 0 1 1
llratHn, e. S A 1 S 1
ThompMin, cf. ...... S 1 0 t 0 0
Ny, Sb. i 4 114 11
l'urk, p 4 0 1 0 4 0
Total 5 8 10 t7 14 1
AB. R. H. O. A. K.
nurr, lb J... 1 0
Cochran, 8b 4
MtU, lb. .
Itavli. cf. .
Total 80 S 8 81 18 8
Omaha 0 8 8 0 1 1 0 0 1
Joplin 0,8 8 0 1 1 0 0 18
Two-ban hi tat Park, Miller, Shaw. De
vore. Three-baa hit I Shaw, Monroe. Itft
on beam i Omaha, 6 Joplin, 11. Sacrifice hlti
Krof. Stolen baaet! Thompaon, Shaw. Hit
and earned runai Off Park, 8 and St off
MrGranor, S and 4 In two Innlnni off Gra
ham, t and 8 la (even Innlnca. Baae on
balli I Off Park, S) off Mcliranor, 8. Struck
out) 1T Park, 8 br MeGranor, It by Gra
ham, 11. Hit hjr pitched ball! By tiraham,
foonejr and Shaw. Famed ball I Monroe.
Timet ll4S. Vmplrei Daly.
Ducklings Defeat Denver
V Bears in Tenth Inning
Denver. Aug. 1. Denver tied the
score in the ninth after three pitchers
had been used to stop a batting rally
of Lincoln, but the visitors won in
the tenth. Score:
H't'an.lf S 8
t 0 1
Smith, lb S 0 4 S
8 8 0 bJakea.cf ' 8 1
18 4 OB'cher.Jb 4 1
1 I I 0M'Co'k,rf 8 1
8 8 0 OMIIIa.lb S 1
8 8 (HheataM 4 1
1 8 8 04te'art,a 4 1
0 11 WVumi.lb S
tit ORook.p 4 8
. Maaaer.P 0 9
Lamb, 3 b
Total. .It 11 80 10 0Nbor,p 0
DvU 1 e
0 0 0
, " . Total. .IT 10 10 U 4
Batted for Nabor In ninth.
Lincoln ...I 11100044 110
Denver ... .10 8 0 8 4 0 0 8 0 t
Sacrifice hit: MeCormtck, Smith, Lamb.
Stolen baaeat Hartman, Oakea, Butcher,
Wuffll, tober. , Two-ban hit: Rook, Eaat,
Oakea. Mill. Three-hue hit: Bheatak.
Double play: Lamb to Smith to Schmandt,
Rheatak to Wufflt to Mill. Baae on balla:
Off Rook, : off Eait, 4. Struck out: By
Roock, I: by Nabor. 1; by Baat, 7. I-ft
on bate: Lincoln, 41; Denver, 4. Wild
pitch: Rook, Nabora., Hlta and earned
rum: Off Rook, I and t In eight and one.
third Inning; off Manaer, 0 and 8 In no
Inning; off Nabor. 1 and 1 In on and two
third i Inning; oft Eaat, 10 and S In ten
Inning. Hit by pitched ball By Eaat,
Rheatak: by Rook, Smith. Time! 8:10. Um
Salt Packers Take Long
Game From Des Moines
Hutchinson, Kan., Aug. 1. Babe
Adams bested Mussor of Des Moines
in a saventeen-lnning pitchers' battle
today, Hutchinson winning the sec
ond game of the series, 2 to 1. Musser
struck out twenty-two men and
Adams twelve. Musser walked seven
and Adams none. In the fourth Diltz
hit a home run and errors tied it up
for Des Moines. In the seventeenth
a wild pitch by Musser allowed Wil
liams to score the winning run. Score:
0 Demon, lb Sit
OMrCln.Sb 0 80 4
18 0 ODIItn.lf 7 14
13 0 OWtllma.rt S01
3 13 IKenry.lb 7 1 10
111 OFalk.ea 401
1 11 0 OO Brl.n.o SOU
0 14 OAdami.p 4 10
oTtala..SS 449 10 3 Total.. 11 B II S3 4
On out when winning run wa acored.
De Molne ,. 0 0 0 ,0 0 Oataoahrd
De Molne 0I0000010O0000O0 01
Hutchinson.. 0 0 0 1 0 0 00 004 00 04 13
Horn run: DUti. Sacrlflc hit; Ewoldt,
Muiser, llenion, McClellan, Adam. Hit by
pitched ball: Hunter by Adam. Struck out:
By Muner, 21; by Adam, 11. Baae on
balla: Off Muaaer, 7. Earned runa: Hut
chlmon, 1. Wild pitch: Muner: Left on
baae: De Molne, 10; Hutchinson, 10.
Time: 1:10. Umpire: Wllkinaon.
Marty Krug Resigns as
' Manager; Rourke on Bench
Joplin, Mo., Aug. 1. (Special Tele
gramsMarty Krug today resigned
as manager of the Omaha team, it
was announced by W. A. Rourke,
president of the Omaha club. He will
continue to play shortstop with the
team, however, and Rourke will per
sonally manage the organization.
Krug was unable to get results from
the team, he told Rourke, and he
asked that his resignation be accept
ed. Rourke was on the bench with his
men in today s game, and the team
came out winner.
The team has been experiencing a
hard luck period, prior to today's win
the record for the second half season
being six defeats and two victories.
The Oniahans played a good game in
the opening of the local series,
though three errors were chalked up
against them. Krug made two of the
Judge Sears' Steppers Are
Being Trained at Benson
Shadeline. 2:08'. and Charline.
2:2lA, famous brother pacers owned
cy judge sears ot the district court,
have been taken out of the hands of
Earl Hart, trainer. The ludire's oteo-
pers arc being trained at the Omaha
Driving club's Benson plant. Judge
Sears said he was not satisfied with
the progress Shadeline and Charline
were making under Hart's super
vision. . I
WILD THROW COSTS
GAME FOR CARDS
Bobble in Tenth Enables Phila-
delphia to Take Long End
of 2 to 1 Score From
St. Louis, Aug. 1. A wild throw by
J. Smith in the tenth inning today
enabled Philadelphia to beat St. Louis,
2 to 1. The locals were able to get
but four hits off Mayer until the
ninth, when successive singles by T.
Smith, Miller and Snyder, who batted
for Wallace, tied the score. Score:
PHILADELPHIA. ST. LOUIS.
Paakert,cf S 8 1 0 OSmyth.lf 4 0 10 0
1 0 Wallace
0 0 'Snyder,
Stock. 3b 4
oTtaI..85 7 10 10 1
Hatted for. Luderu In tenth.
Batted for Lavender In tenth.
Batttd for Wallace In ninth.
Batted for Wataon In eighth.
Batted for Ame In tenth.
Philadelphia 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 lr-8
St. Loo I 0 00000001 01
Doubt play: Gonial to Paulett to
Miller to Peulette, Paulette to Millar, Cra
vath to Kllllfer. Base on ball: Off Lav
ender. 1; off Wataon, 1; off Ame. 1. Hit:
Off Mayer, 7 In eight and one-third Inning;
ort Wataon, 7 In eight Inning, struck out:
By Mayer, 1; by Geacher, 1; by Wataon, I.
Umpire: Qulgley and Byron.
. Error Coitly for Bed.
Cincinnati. Aug L Brooklyn took the
third gam of the aerie from Cincinnati
today, t to 8, aeven error Intermingled with
numerou mlaplay, making the gam on
of th jnoit ragged exhibition aeen her
thl year. Score:
Olion.n 1114 OOroh.lb 8 110 1
Daub'Mb 4 Sit 0 OKopf. 8 471
Myer.cf Sill IRouah.cf S 1 1 0 0
Stnnge!,rf S 3 0 0 0Ch,lb 4 114 0 0
Jo'ton.lf S 0 0 0 OClrlfflth.rf 4 0 10 0
C'ahjiw.lb 4 0 3 t INeala.lf 4 3 3 0 0
O R'k,lb 8 111 Bhean,2b I I I I I
Mlller.o 4 14 0 Clark 1100
Pfeffer.p 8 10 8 O'Schn'der 0 0 0 0
Wlngo,o 8 3 S 1 0
Total. .11 1030 IS iaegan.p 3 0 0 4 1
Reuther 10 0 0 0
Oroh out, hit by batted ball.
Batted for Shtan In ninth.
Ran for Clarke In ninth.
Batted for Regan In ninth.
Brooklyn 0 1 0 0 0 1 8 0 34
Cincinnati ...0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 I
Two-baa hit: Neale, Daubert. Stolen
baae: Stengel, Daubart, Kopf. Bale on
balla: Off Pfeffer, 3. Struck out: By
Pfeffer, 4; by Regan, 3. Umpire: Harrl
on and O'Day.
Giant Win In Ninth.
Pittsburgh, Aug. 1. New Tork won th
fourth game of the arte from Plttaburgh
today, 8 to 1, when Steele weakened In the
NEW TORK. PITTSBURGH,
4 0 3 0 OPItler.lf 8 0 3 0
1 Ward.lb 3
Totals. ,31 8 1717 l'Schmldt
. Total. .11 71714
Batted for W. Wagner In ninth.
Ran for J. Wagner In ninth.
: 'Ran for Fischer In ninth.
New Tork 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 33
Plttaburgh ....0 0100000 0:
Two-base hit: Ward. Three-base hit
Holke. Double play: Fletcher to Hersog
to Holke, Debu to Ward to W. Wagner,
Debua to Boeckel. Baae on balls: Off Per
rltt, 8; off Steele, 3. Struck out: By Per
rltt, 1; by Steele, 3. Umpires; Xlera and
Sioux City Men Plan
To Keep Base Ball Team
Sioux City, la., Aug. 1. Fifteen
thousand dollars was offered by a syn
dicate of representative Sioux City
business men tonight to the owners
of the Sioux City base ball club for
their franchise rights and players in
the Western league..
This offer has been made with the
intention of keeping the franchise in
Sioux City. The present owners,
Fred L. Hutchins, E. J. Hanlon and
D. E. Kerby, have threatened to take
the franchise to some other city un
less a better attendance was afforded
the games played here. .
The owners declined the offer and
are holding out for $17,000.
A meeting was held at the Commer
cial club tonight at which the offer
was made to Hanlon, Hutchins and
Kerby. After the offer was declined
the meeting adjourned until tomor
row, when further negotiations will
take place between a committee re
presenting the syndicate and the
owners of the club.
Doubles Events in Girls'
Net Play Start Thursday
Doubles events in the annual
woman's city tennis tournament now
in progress at the Omaha Field club
will start This morning at 10 o'clock.
Addie Fogg and Mrs. George Thomp
son and the Swenson sisters are fav
orites. Drawings for the first round
are as follows:
Bess Dumont and Nettie Muir play
Ruth and Ruby Swenson.
Olga and Lillian Anderson play
Addie Fogg and Mrs. George Thomp
son. Florence Riley and Zoe Schalek
play Hazel Leaverton and Irene Carr.
Mrs. J. J. McMahon and- Mrs. W.
H. Falconer play Mergery Beckett
and Helen Humeter. i
SOX BLANK BOSTON;
GO BACKTO FIRST
Red Sox Lose Game to Chicago
After Seven Straight Wins
and Drop Into Second
Boston, Aug. 1. After winning
seven straight 'games, Boston was
shut out by Chicago, 4 to 0, today,
Chicago regaining the lead in . the
American league race. Russell pitched
a strong game throughout, only one
of the Boston team reaching third
base. Felsch's fielding was a strong
point in the defensive play of the
winning team. Mays was hit hard.
Jackson's home run was to"Hhe bag
pole in center field. Score:
AB.H.O.A.E. Walsh.cf 0 0 0
L'bold.rf 1 0 3 0 OWalker.cf
Total. .11 10 27 7 l'Cady
Total.. 14 4 27 10 1
Batted for May In eighth. '
Ran for Cady In eighth,
Chicago S O 1 0 0 0 1 0 04
Boston 0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Two-bate hit: E. Collin. Rlsberg, Gandll,
Lewi. Three-baae hit; Ruesell. Home
run: Jackaon. Stolen baa; Lelbold. Dou
ble play: Barry to Scott to Gainer, Scott
to Gainer. Baae on balls: Off Mays, I; off
Ruaaell, 1; off Jones, 1. Hit: Off Mays,
I In eight inning. Struck out: By May,!;
by Ruesell, 3. Umpires: Dlneen and
Senator Defeat Tiger.
Washington. Aug. 1. Washington defeated
Detroit, I to 4, tn thirteen Innings today.
McBrlde, whose error In the eighth gave
Detroit the run that necessitated extra In
nings, scored Rice with the winning run by
kitting safely with the base filled In the
final round. Score:
, AB.H.O.A.B. AB.H.O.A.B.
Bush.s.. t 1 S 8 3Jndg.lb. 1 0 4 0 0
Vttt.Jb.. 8 3 0 3 OGhar'y.lb 8710
Cobb.cf.. S 1 3 4 0Foter.2b S 0 7 4 0
Veacb.lf 4 14 0 OMIlan.cf. 4 13 3
Helm, lb 4 110 1 ORIce.rf..
Harper.rf S 1 1 0 OAln'th.c.
Young.Jb S 1 4 S OLeon'd.lb
8tanag,o S 0 I 0 OMen'ky.lt
Yelle.o.. 10 0 1 O'Henry..
James.p. 110 0 OM'B'de.ss
Cunn'm.p 3 1 0 3 0Dumont,p
Burns.. 1 0 0 0 Shaw, p..
Boland.p 101 0H. Milan
Totals 411037 18 I'Shanka.
Totals 49 11 80 30 3
One out when winning run acored.
Batted for Cunningham In eleventh.
Batted for Shaw In eighth.
batted for Ayres In eleventh.
Batted tor Menoeky In thirteenth.
Detroit 1 01010010080 04
Washington .. 003000001000 16
Two-base' hit: Vltt, Hellman, Leonard.
Stolen base: Judge (3), Milan, Cobb (2).
Double play: Atnamlth to Foster. Base on
balls: Off Dumont 4, off James 6, off Shaw
I, off Cunningham 4, off Boland 3, off
Ayrea 1. Hits: Off Dumont, t In two and
one-third innings; off Johnson, 1 in two In
nings; off James, 8 In three and two-third
Innings; off Cunningham, 3 In six and one
third Inlgs.n Struck out: By James 4, by
Shaw n3, by Ayrea 3, by Cunlngham 2, by
Johnson 3. Umpire: Connolly and Hilde
brand. Speaker' Steal Homo Win.
Philadelphia, Aug. 1. Speaker's steal of
horn tn th aeventh Inning gave Cleveland
the run which decided the game here today
In favor ot the visitors, th icore being
4 to 0. Speaker' hitting played a big part
In the victory. Score:
CLEVELAND. PHILADELPHIA. '
Craney.lf 4 0 10 OJara'a'n.rf 4 1110
Chap'n.st 430 esrunk.cf 41100
Speak'r.cf 3 3 8 0 OBodie.lf 3300
Roth.rf 4 10 0 OBatea.lb 8 18 10
Harrls.lb 3 10 3 SM'In'ia.lb 4 0 14 3
Turnar.lb 4 0 8 8 OSchang.o 8 18 1
Evans.Sb 3 111 OWltt.ss 3 116
Bllllngs.d 3 1 8 8 00rover,2b 4 0 8 3
O'Nelll.o 111 ONoyes.p 114
La'beth.p 8 3 18 OR.Jo'i'n.p 10 0 0
Cov'akla.p 10 10 0Lawry 10 0 0
Total.. 33 3 27 14 3 Total.. 31 6 37 18 0
'Batted for Noyeg In eeventh.
Cleveland 3 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 04
Philadelphia 1 0 0 1 0 3 0 08
Two-base hit: Roth, Lambeth. Three-
base hits: Speaker, Bates, 8trunk. Stolen
base: Speaker. Double plays: Turner to
Harris, Jamleaon to Mclnnl to Bates,
Orover to Mclnnl. Base on ball: Off
Lambeth, 4; off Coveleskle, 1; off Noyes, 3;
oft R. Johnson, 1. Hits: Off Lambeth, 8
In alx and one-third Inning; off Noyes, 8
In seven Inning. Struck out: By Lam
beth. 3; by Coveleskle, 1; by Noyea, 3. Um
pire: Owen, McCormlck and Nallln.
Beselin Team Seeks Game
For This Coming Sunday
The Beselins, Omaha's fast inde
pendent team, is without a game for
Sunday. A contest with Blair was
originally carded, but the Blair nine
disbanded, leaving an open date for
the Omaha crew. Manager Roy Sta-
cey is anxious to schedule a game.
He can be located at South 1238.
Ward Heads List in Round
Robin Tennis Doubles Play
Seabright. N. J.. Ausr. 1. Holcombe
Ward, six times national tennis cham
pion, headed the list of competitors
for the robin doubles in the special
tourney here today. Accidents and a
heavy htunderstorm prevented any de
cisions. All matches will be re-started to
Sport Calendar Today
Baao Ball Walter Johnson, star nltehav
of th Washington club, today celebrate hi
tenth anniversary a m major leaf ner.
Athletic Kxeeatlvt) committee of the
National ' Collegiate Athletic association,
meet la Washington to dlscow the n mo
ped for Intercollegiate athletic next falL
Boxing Ted Lewlst against Mike OTkwd.
ten round, at ew York.
Soldier Bartfleld against Jack Uritton. tea
rauda. at Buffalo.
Standing o) Teams
PctI W. L. ret.
Sioux City 7
Joplin .... 8
Omaha . . 4
Lincoln .. 4
De Molne 3
Denver . . 8
,700JNw York 68
it Loul 62
Phlla. .. 47
iChlcago . 48
800Boston .. SS
W. L. Pet.
W. L. Pet.
Boston . 69
NeW Tork 49
Phlla. .. 24
St Loula 36
St. Paul 66
Kan. City 49
870IToledo .. 88
Omaha, 8; Joplin, 3.
Lincoln, 10; Denver, 8. (Ten Innings.)
Des Moines, 1; Hutchinson, 2. (Seventeen
Sioux City. 4; Wichita, 0.
Detroit, 4; Washington, 6. (Thirteen In
Cleveland, 4; Philadelphia, 8.
St. Louis-New York, rain.
Chicago, 4; Boston, 0.
New York, 3; Pittsburgh, 1.
Brooklyn, 6; Cincinnati, 2.
Philadelphia, 2; St. Louis, 1.
Columbua, f ; Toledo. 1.
Louisville. 0: Indlananolla. 1.
Mlnneanolla. 11. E- Milwaukee 10. 0. First
game fourteen inning, second called end of
St. Paul, 8; Kansas City, 8.
Western League Omaha at Joplin, Lin
coin at Denver, Dea Moines at Hutchinson,
Sioux City at Wichita.
Ameriwn league Detroit at Washington,
Cleveland at Philadelphia, St, Loula at New
York. Chicago at Boston.
National League New Tofk at Pittsburgh.
Brooklyn at Cincinnati, Boston at Chicago,
rniiaaeipnia ai ot .bouis. .
TWO FAVORITES WIN
IN KALAMAZOO RACES
Tramp A. Bit Surprises the
Wise Ones in 2:11 Pace and
Romps Home Winner in
Three of Heats.
(By Associated Press.)
, Kalamazoo, Mich., Aug. 1. Two
strong favorites and an outsider cap
tured the three races on the opening
days Grand Circuit program yester
Tramn A. Bit was the surnrise in
iuc pace. Alltr nnisning SIXtn
in the first two heat"! TamUnn 1anrlrl
in me nrst two neaxs, jamison lanaea
mm in iront tor tne next three heats.
Baxter Lou who won the first two
heats, barely escaped the distance
flag in the third heat. Tramp A Bit's
followers won $35 pools on $3 tickets.
Royal Mack, driven by Tommy
murpny, was easily ine ciass ot tne
2:17 trot, though Walter Cox sprung
9 EllrnriCA Kr nilAti'nr T T)!nn4AM
ahead in the third heat with the best
time of the race 2:0754.
The Savoy was a heavily played fa-
.1 ft f.r ... .
vorne xor me ::u3 pace, ana tnougn
both miles produced whipping
finishes, the uox pacer was always
equal to the emergency and won by
a head in each heat, lickets on the
Savoy sold at $25 against $17 for the
Wednesday's card carries the chief
event of the meeting, the $10,000 Pa-1
per Mills purse, for 2:08 troters.
Busy's Lass is picked to win, but as
she taces an unusual field, there orom-
ises to be heavy speculation on the
Pacing, 8:11 class, purse f 1,000:
Tramp-A-Blt, ro. g., by Trampfast
(Jamison) 8 8 1 1 1
Baxter Lou, ch. g. by Kinney Lou
(Ckllds) 1 1 T 3 8
Peter O., b. h. (Snow) 3 4 S 3 3
Also ran: Direct Bell.
Started: Little Batlce, Fern, Sunburn,
folnter. Brown Gentry.
Time: 2:05U; 2:06; 3:07H: 3:07H;
Trotting 8:17 class, pone $1,000:
Royal Mack, b. g.. by Royal Me-
Klnney, (Murphy) 1131
Lu Princeton, b. h by San Fran
cisco (Cox) 8 113
Loul Winter, br. g. (McDonald).. 8 3 8 3
Also ran: Holly Rood King.
Started: Minnie Arthur. Judge Jonea
. Time: 8:00; 3:0H; 2:07; 3:13.
Pacing, trOS class, Rlchman bote! pars
The Savoy, br. h.. by Charley Hayt
(Cox) 1 1
Peter Look, b. h. (McMahon) 8 3
Adioo Ouy, ch. h. (Gray) 3 8
Also started: Hal B. jr. Peter Pointer,
Walter Cochsto, Thomas EarL
Tim: 1:05; 3:04.
News Notes of Western.
Western. Neb.. Aug. 1. (Special.)
The village trustees called a special
election yesterday to submit the prop
osition of bonding the village for $10.-1
UuU, tor putting in a municipal electee
lighting and beating plant mnett
eight votes were cast. 82 for the prop
osition and 16 against the bonds. The
trustees are planning to begin at once
and expect to give continuous sd vice.
I he high and hot winds for about
a week have damaged the early corn
quite seriously. Last evening the
heat wave was broken by a welcome
shower, which will perhaps save the I
a a 1. .1
later planted corn until another
shower. 1 here were fine prospects
for corn until the hot winds came,
but with another shower soon the
crop may be saved.
A local Chautauqua will be held
here August 11 to 15, which nas been
financed by the business men.
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COX AGAIN WINS
PAPER MILLS STAKE
This Time He Sends Busy's
Lassie, Winner of M. and M.
Classic, to Another
(Correspondence of The Associated Press.)
Kalamazoo. Aug. 1. Busy's Lassie,
ll winner of the $10,000 M. and M. stake
4i at Detroit last week, repeated her
victory in another $10,000 Grand Cir
cuit race, the Paper Mills stake for
2:08 trotters today, this time winning
in straight heats. The held in each
race was much the same.
This was the third time Walter Cox
has won the Paper Mills stake and the
best time for the event today, 2:05
equals the record for the race.
The first heat was easily taken by
Busy s Lassie, with Pittsburg,
piloted by Tommy Murphy, furnish
ing most of the opposition. In the
second heat, Lon McDonald tried
hard with Early Dreams and forced
Busy's Lassie to trot the mile in
2:06;4 to win in a whipping finish.
Lassie Shows Reserve.
V" w.v... u.vu
tO fiave a Chance tO Win. DUt CUSy S
I Lassie showed a strong reserve. Trail
ing to the half in the third heat
Busy's Lassie rushed to the front and
trotted the final auarter in 29M sec
onds, shaking off all opposition and
winning in 2:05j4- Busy's Lassie was
marked at odds of $225 to $100 in the
I . . T T
tiarvest Uaie was nrst CHOlce Ot tne
betters in the 2:12 trot for three-year
nUa . f w- p,fl,. n;i1 K,,J
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by him in the stretch in both heats.
Pop Geers made a stronsr bid for
the :14 pace, receiving much encour
agement from the crowd. With Spy
Direct, he took the third and fourth
heats after Ben Billings, the favorite
had won the first two. A bad break
in the fifth heat just after passing the
quarter pole robbed Geers of his
chance and Ben Billinsrs then won
Pacing, class 3:14; purse 81,000
Ben Bluings, b. g., by Blnger
(Jamison) 1 1
I T 1
Spy Direct, b. h., by Walter
Diddel (Geers) 3 10
Butte Hale, br. g. (Murphy).. 3 3
Also ran: Jay Mack. Started:
ISmmons, Colonel M., Minnie Ann, Lady
Auorey, Hal ratcri, Miss Jean, Peggy C.
Time: 2:07X, 2:06, 2:07 li, 2:09,3:12.
Trotting, class 8:08: Paper SHU nurse.
Busy's Lassie, b. m., by Peter the
Great-Busy, by Clay (Cox) 1 1
E"' Dream, b. g. (McDonald).... 3 2
Also ran: Sprlggan. W. J. Leyburn.
R'dgemark, The Royal Knight. Started:
Plttaburgni Lucm Spler Colorado Kangei
Time: 3:07U. 3:06U. 3:05U.
Three-year-old trotting, class 2:18
In three) heats): purse, 81,000:
Miss Bertha Dillon, ch. m., by Dillon
Axworthy (Serrlll) 1
Harvest Gale, br. f., by The Harvester
c. (Murphy) 8
Started: Red Top, E. Colorado.
Time: 2:081s, 2:09.
Woman Golf Champion
Encounters Stiff Opposition
Chicago, Aug. 1. Mrs. Melvin
Jones of Glenoak Country club, wo
man golf champion of Chicago, today
had to play 179 holes to reach the
final round in defense of her title,
Miss Mildred Smith of Evanston
holding the match square at the end
of the eighteenth hole round.
Mrs. Jones will contest the final
round tomorrow with Mrs. F. C.
Letts, jr., western champion, who to
day easily defeated Mrs. Luther Ken
net, formerly southern California
champion, 8 and 7. Mrs. Letts shot a
41 on the first nine, including a birdie
2, on the 196-yard second hole and a
birdie 3 on the 390-yard fifth. Mrs.
ones was one down at the turn and
ad to shoot a 44 on the second half
to square the match and a par 5 to
win the extra hole.
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RODRKE ON BENCH
Believe Omaha Athletes Will
Show Improvement in Play
ing Under Fa's Leadership.
Fa Rourke's decision to take the
managerial reins of the Omaha club
himself on the second lap of the split
pennant race is pleasing news to
Omaha fans, and they now look for
ward to much improvement in the .
playing of the gate city's Western
A large number of Omaha fans
never could "see" Krug as a manager.
Marty personally is a mighty nice
chap, a good ball player and a smart
one. But the troubles of a manager
apparently have worried Marty so
much that they have not only affected
his leadership, but also his playing.
Insofar as ability is concerned,
Marty probably is the peer of all the
shortstops in the league and when
the team was going good he played
dazzling ball. But when the team
began to hit the toboggan, Marty
took to the chutes too, and his play
ing became ragged and erratic.
Too Good a Fellow.
Another item was that Marty is
too good a fellow to be a manager.
Ball players are of a peculiar species.
Most of them must be driven, some
wheedled and some petted in order to
obtain results. And the manager must
do their thinking for them.
But Marty hated to drive his men.
so that he failed to get results from
those of his athletes who must be
handled in that manner. And he gave
them all credit for too much brains, i
with the result that he let them do
their own thinking a great part of the
time, consequently Omaha fans prob
ably have seen more bones than any
other city in the league.
Failed to Yank Hurlers.
Another point was Marty's unwill
ingness to hurt a pitcher's feelings by
yanking him from a game when hot
tile sluggers began to bombard him.
With Rourke on the bench, things
will be different. He is out to get re
sults and fear of hurting a player's
feelings a bit will never even annoy
him. He'll do the thinking for the
entire team and when it comes to in
side base ball, no foxier student of
the game ever lived than the Omaha
The Rourkes got away . to a bad
start on their second lap, but with Pa
at the helm, local fans are confident
the wires will begin to carry different
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