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Kid Kopp Blanks Coffey's Men,
2 to 0, and Omaha Gets
Foothold on First
i Big league hurling by Kid Kopp,
'. coupled with excellent support bjrhis
comrades in arms, enabled Omaha to
i blank Des Moines 2 to 0 yesterday
. before a select ladies' day audience,
f The victory was the third straight
from the Boosters and the Rourkes
' now are tied for the leadership of the
Y Coffey's men could not solve the
baffling slants submitted by the
Peoria kid. Especially, in the pinches
was the youthful hurlcr strong. Sev
eral times the first Des Moines bats-
man negotiated first base in safety,
!. but could not cover the remaining
;. distance to the all-important rubber.
-. Nine Booster runners were stranded
' on the runway during the combat.
Delbern of the Boosters also
pitched good ball, but the Rourkes
were not to be denied and by some
clever base ball put over the two
runs which gave the game to our side.
t One in Fourth.
v The first Rourke counter was
registered in the fourth. Tony De-
fate started the inning with a cork
"'ing single to left. He was sacrificed
to second by Holderman. Breen
made a muss of Callahan's dinky
i prounder in front of the plate and
J Cal was safe at first and Tony
"Tscooted to third. Then Callahan
started a steal. Defate waited pa
tently at third until Breen threw
ito Hartford. When Hartford be
t gan to chase Callahan, Defate scamp
; cred home and made it standing up.
i The Omaha atllv was chalked tip in
the seventh. With two down, Donica
i singled and stole second and came
lome on mrttord s gaiety to center.
f Tcpekjj Takes Easy Game,
i Batting Bentley From Box
r Hutchinson, Kans., May 13. To
Tpeka had an easy time winning the
third game of the series, making it a
? clean sweep from Hutchinson today,
i to 1. Salisbury did not issue a walk
; and was never in trouble, keeping
5 :he hits scattered, the one run being
cored on Banner's two bagger. Bent
. 'ey was batted from the box, Davis
, relieving him. Hauger hit home
1 run. The score! ,"'
f AB.H.O.A.S. AB.H.O.A.B.
Vufffl.M t 4 1 t OPItts.ff 4 0 10 0
rlnr.rf 1 0 1 0Nolte,lf i 0 1 0 0
autr.cf 1 1 0 0 VIU4 rf 4 0 1 I 0
eyers.lf S S flBrlbek.lb 4 1 II 1 fl
rld,B 4 1 S OConroy.Jb Milt
radly.lb 4 117 9 Flk, 4 I I 4 0
. .,2b , 4 1 S t 0 Bensn.Jb I 1 3 1 0
(anion. 4 I 1 I OBannsr, 3 1 1 t 1
, alab'f.p till Onantlejr.p 0 0 0 0 0
i Davin.p S 1 S 0
, Total! II It J7 II
f Total II TIT IT 1
"opeka ..... I 1 I t 0 0 1 I I
..utcbtnson , 0 TOO 0 000 01
Two baa hltt wutfll, Salisbury, Bradley
), Banner (2). Horn run: Hauger. Bases
. o balli: Ott Davla, 1. Btruck out: By
allibury, S. Stolen bate: Wuffll. Hacrl-
hits; Trainer, Haurer. Left on baaet:
npeka, 4: Hutchlnaon, I. ' Hlta and rune:
.f Bentley, 4 and S tn one and two-tblrdi
niaira; Davla, and I In eeven and one
trd lnnlnta. Double playe: Cleveland to
to Bradley. Time: 1:!0, Umpire:
;ner Management Announces
, Twilight Games in Future
Joplin, Mo., May 13. Wichita won
..rom Joplin today when Isbell's slug
gers slammed out 16 hits and scored
14 runs, nine of them earned, while
he Miners were scoring five runs.
;fhe Wichita club broke even on the
eries, as the first game Saturday had
," be postponed. The management
' nnounced today that the games will
egin at 4 o'clock here in the future.
, WICHITA. ; ' - ' JOPMN.
ro!f,f 4 9 4 OCarllnfUf 11949
, rown.lb t
! trshbn.lb S
2 1 Brandt,
2 2 9
9 9 1
0 9 9
9 9 2
9 9 2
42 19 17 11 I
Totals 19 T 27 11
n-ichll 9 9 9 9 4 9 9 1 914
JoWta 4 9999919 01
Three-base bits: Coy, Brown. Carlisle,
,Two-be hits: Berger, NcBride. Wash
em (2), Mets, Agnew. . Sacrifice hits;
. Covlik, Agnew, Brokaw (!). Hit by pitched
all: By Hubble (Hovllk.) Bases on balls;
tilt Hovllk, 4: Hubble. I; Boehler. I. Stolen
asess Collins, Thompson. Double plays
ovlik to Brown to Yaryan: Washburn to
arey to Brown: Coy to Brown. Btruck
it; Hovllk, S; Hubble, t; Boehler, 1. Hlta
id earned runs: Oft Hovllk, 7 and I In
ne tnnlnrs: off Hubble, I and 9 In five
id one-third Innings: off Boehler,, 9 and
in three and two-thirds Innings. lft on
cos: Wichita. 9; Joplin, 9. Umpire
jilen. Time: 1:95.
.. American Association,
iusa City ..7 9
:, Paul 1014
Batteries: Caporal, Wheatley Wlntera
d Onslow; rtercey, Keating, Foster and
' . ' ll.H. E.
'wauks .,,.TrTT 4 7 1
neapoli 1 t I
attertes: Kerr and Murphy; Robertson
1 Owen. . r i ' " - i
Iambus S 4 4
ulsvlll t... 4 I
batteries George and Hartley; Beebe,
ittnspolis 1 T 1
niterles: Bowman and Jnder- Da
; Jior'.hrojB and Cosset
Three in a Row
Baehans, rf S 0
larkeon, lb 4 0
ltonlra, Sh 4 1
Hnnford, If 4 0
Ilrfatn, ae X 1
tfnldrrman, rf ...... S A
Callahan, Zb 4 0
Pratt, 4 0
Kopp, p S 0
Total 81 2
Paw. If 4
Hartford, a . a
Hhanley, 1b ........ S
Hunter, rf S
Murphy, rf ........ 4
Coffey, tb i. S
Breen, ........... 4
Hlewart, Sb 4
lVUm-n, p 8
Total! 11 0 S 24 13
llatted for Delbern In ninth Inning.
Kune 0 0 S 1 0 n 1 0
Hlta 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1
barrlflra hltai Holderman, Hartford, Hunt
er, stolen baaml Hanford, St Murphy, Do
nica. Double play it Hartford to Coffey to
Nhanley, Ntrnck out) By Kopp, 2; by Del
bern, 4. Baaea en ball! Off Kopp, I; off
Delbern, 2. Ieft an bane: Omaha, 7 Dei
Mnlnee, 9. Time of gumei 1:25. Umpire,
GRIMES IS WILD;
CINCI MAKES 7
RUNSJ)N 2 HITS
Brooklyn Earns Five Scores
Off Toney and Bressler,
But Fails to Tie
Cincinnati, May 13. Grimes was so
wild in the first two innings today
that the Cincinnati team obtained sev
en runs on two hits, a double by
Blackburne and a triple by S. Magee,
enough to win the game. Cheney
pitched good ball for the. last five
innings. Brooklyn earned five runs
off Toney and . Bressler, but good
fielding prevented them from tying
the score. Score:
ORoush.cf , 2
0 Bressler, p 2
5 1 0
7 9 0
S 1 0
9 0 9
Q rimes, p 1
Cheney.p t I
TotaU..4015 1414 I Totals.. SI 7 IT I 9
Batted for Marquard In fourth.' i
Brooklyn-.,.., 1 1 0 9 9 1 9 1 9 B
Cincinnati 41999090 7
Two-base bit I Magee, Blackburne, Bres-
slsr, Hickman. Three-base bits: 8. Mb got,
Schmandt, Krueger. Stolen base: O'Mara.
Saorlfto hits: Roush (3). Double play:
Krueger to O'Mara. Left on baaea: Brooklyn,
13; Cincinnati, 9. First base on errors: Cin
cinnati, 1. Base on balls: Off Toney, I;
off Bressler, 1; off Grimes, ; off Mar
quard, lj off Cheney, 2. Hlta: Off Toney, t
in two Innings: off Bressler, I In five innings
off Eller, 2 In two Innings; off Grimes, 1 In
one Inning; off Marquard, 1 In two Innnlngs;
off Cheney, I In five Innings. Struck out: By
Bressler, 1; by Eller, I; by Marquard, 1; by
Cheney, I. Wild pitch: Orlmes: Winning
pitcher: Bressler. Losing pltcheruQrlmes.
. Bain Stops St. Louis Came.
St. Louis, May IS, An Intermittent rain
throughout today' gam between Philadel
phia and St. Lout caused a halt at the end
of the loth lining with the score tied, i and
1. It wa a pitchers' duel between Ovschger
and May, th former allowing but two hits.
These came In the first Inning, one of which,
a home run by Cruise with two men on,
gave the local their runs. George Whitted,
former cardinal, made his first appearance
In left field for Philadelphia. Score:
PHILADELPHIA. ST. LOUIS.
AB.H.O.A.B. AB H O A E.
Whlted.lt 4 110 OSmytb.rf 4 110 4
Bncrft.es 4 9 11 OSmith.rt 4 4 4 4 0
McOfn.lb Sill OBalrd.lb 4 0 0 2 1
Slock, 3b 119 2 OHrnsby.ss 2 9 2 4 0
Crvath.rf 2 4 19 OCrulse.tf 2 110 1
Ludrs.lb 4 4 11 9 9Palete,lb 4 9 IS 9 9
Mueael.cf 4 4 1 2 9Snyder,e 4 9 4 9 9
Adams.o I 9 2 I OBetsel.lb 2 9 2 1 1
Ftsgrld. 9 9 9 9 tMay.p 9 9 9 1 4
Burna.o 9 9 2 9 O'Uonsals, 1 0 9 9 9
Oeacgr.p I 9 9 I 9
, Totals II 2 30 14 1
Total II 4 19 13 9
Ran for Adams In ninth'.
Batted for May In tenth.
Philadelphia .......I 99991999 93
St. Loui 2 9 9 9 9 9 0 9 9 01
Called end tenth, wet grounds.
Home run: Cruise. Sacrifice fly:
Cravath. Left on bases: Philadelphia, I;
St Louis, t. First base on errors: Phila
delphia, 2. Bases on balls: Off Oeschger,
7; May, I. Struck out: Oeschger, 5;
Chicago Win In Bwatfest.
- Chicago, May 13. Chicago batted Boston's
pltchera freely today and won, 10 to S.
Merkle and KUduff led th attack for the
locals, the former having a perfect batting
average. He drove In three runs, while
KUduff with his four hits drove In five of
th locals runs. Score:
Rohg.lf 4 0 14 OHolchr.ss i
Heraog.tb 4 4 4 1 CFlack.rt S
Kelly.ct 4 114 lMann.lt t
Wcklnd.rf I 1 I .0 OPaskert.cf 4
Smlth.Sb 111 lMcrkle.lb 4
Knethy.lb 18 10 4)aUb 5
Rwlns.s 1111 0Kllduf,:bt S
Wilson, 0 4 111 OKllllfer.o I
Kehf.p 114 1 Orylcr.p
Masses 14 t 0 0 Totals 21 II 17 II I
III I I
Batted for Cangvan In ninth.
Boston ......4 I 4 0 4 4 4 1
Chicago 4 110 1112 10
Two-base hits: Deal. Mann. Kelly. Pas
kert. Merkle. Three-base hit: Kildutf,
Stolen bases: Paskert, Rawlings. Sacri
fice hits: Konetchy and Killlfer. Sacri
fice- fly: Rawlings. Double play: Holl
ocher. Kilduff to Merkle. Left on bases:
Boston, 7; Chicago, t. First base on
errors: Chicago. 1. Bases on bails: Oft
Tyler. 4; oft Mehf, 1. Hits: Off Nehf, II
In tlx and two-thirds Innings; oft Canavan,
I In one and two-thirds Innings; off Tyler,
I In nine tunings.,, Struck out: By Nehf,
1; by Tyler, 4. Losing pitcher: Nehf.
Harry Hooper,, slugging outfielder
of the Boston Red Sox, is still one of
the great stars of the big show
despite more than 10 years in the har
Joetown Makes It Three
In Row, Defeating Indians
St. Joseph, Mo., May 13. St. Jo
seph made it three in a row today by
defeating Sioux City, 6 to 2. Score:
SIOUX CITY. ST. JOSEPH.
Cralg.lf 4 110 H"ooney,2b 1 0 3 9
1 0Oanlels,lf I
0 Watson, rf t
Totala 91 i 24 I 1 Totals 23 7 27 I 9
Sioux City ...,0 0 9 1 9 9 9 1 "02
St. Joseph ....1 1 9 9 9 9 0 1 6
Earnod runs: St. Joseph, 2. Bases on
balls: Off Fletcher, S; off Curtis, 6. Struck
out: By Fletcher, 3; by Curtis, 1, Left on
buses: Sioux City, 9; St, Joseph, I, Two
base hit: Curtis. Passed ball: Lych. Hit
by pitched ball: Snead by Fletcher, Curtis
by Fletcher, Mueller by Fletcher. Sacrifice
hits: Cooney, Curtis. Stolen bases: Marr,
Smith, Bruebaker, Craig. Umpire: Doyle.
Fort Crook Soldier Team
Licks Lincoln Semi-Pro
The 4st infantry base ball team of
Fort Crook proved just a wee bit too
much for the Lincoln Cleaners and
Dyers, Lincoln's crack semi-pro. team,
Sunday. The Fort Crook lads won the
.combat, 9 to 8, and hammered Dusty
Miller, the lad the Lincoln fans believe
is soon to be the world's greatest
hurlcr, to all parts of the plant.
The Fort Crook, team wants a game
for May 26. Some out-of-town team
looking for a real combat can arrange
for a game by addressing Jack Pettus,
t mpany L, 41st infantry, t-ort Crook,
New Team Enters Field.
The Union Outfitting company will
launch a base ball team in the Omaha
amateur field Sunday. Ray Spencer
is manager of the team and says he
has a nitty organization of ball tossers
Notes of the Game
St. Joseph oomes today for three game
today, Wednesday and Thursday. Fana who
have not spotted Pa' athletes la acrfbn yet
are advised to sea one of th St. Joseph
contests aa the Rourke beat It for th road
alter this aeries.
The St. Joseph team which comes to Oma
ha today, has almost aa many 1117 Rourkes
rn Ita lineup aa the Rourke squad, Arnold
Luschen, pitcher, and Phil Cooney, short
stop, with th Saints are ex-Rourkea.
Charley Hanford almost got Dick Breen'
watch yesterday. As It was he stole three
bases off of Dicky. And Dicky Is proud of
hla arm, too.
Harry Donica made three hit yesterday
and each one was made after two were out.
Kid Kopp hna won two ladles' day con
testa now.- He bid well to become the
ladles' favorite If he keep on.
Five runa wa the total damage done by
th Boosters in the three games they played
here. That's what the Rourkes do to league
leader. Not at all bad.
Tony Defate made a great play on Hart
ford In the eighth, taking Hartflrd'a
grounder In back of second with one hand
and throwing Bruce out at first with time
to spare. They don't pull 'em any better
or prettier tn tha big league.
Kopp not only pitched a ntce game, but
fielded hla position la fancy style, accepting
seven hard chances without a slgu of a
June Cass, th clever little Booster right
fielder, has been drafted. He haa been no
tified by his draft board at Scotland, 8. D.,
that he must report at Camp Lewis, Wash.,
Pitcher Corey, recently canned by tha
Rourkes, haa been signed by De Moines tor
3 it J' A' i. , v '. .' ' ,'s '
b ' - "nT ' ' - ' ' fc
OMAHA, TUESDAY, MAY
Still a Star
ness. Harry is playing a bang-up
game with the crimson hose aggrega
tion, pounding the ball at a fancy
clip and covering his garden in sen
SIMON PURE MAT
TOURNEY AT "Y"
Fifteen simon pure wrestlers have
entered the Nebraska amateur wres
tling championship which will be held
at the Omaha Young Men's Christian
, It was originally planned to close
the entry lists 'Monday night, but
Physical Director Weston has decid
ed to give the amateur bone crushers
until Thursday night to get in their
The championships will be the first
amateur wrestling events ever held in
Omaha. If the tourney is a success
it is Weston's plan to hold semi-annual
A number of clever amateur wres
tlers have entered and some spirited
matches are anticipated, Some of the
simon pure lads who have entered
are as follows:
Dave Nordstrom, Omaha, 158
pounds; Paul Shanahan, Omaha, 145
pounds; Angel Bruno, Omaha, 1.30
pounds; Perry Killham, Omaha, 145
pounds; Barney Nordstrom, Omaha,
158 pounds; Harry Williams, Omaha,
heavyweight; E. M. Konecky, Lin
coln, 115 pounds; H. P. Troendly,
Lincoln, 130 pounds; Charles Loch,
Omaha, 145 pounds; Joe Stangl, Oma
ha, heavyweight; Harry Hesley, Oma
ha, 130 pounds; Abe Leibovitz, Oma
ha, 158 pounds; Ross Drfsty, Omaha,
Retired Players Barred
; From Championship Games
Cincinnati, 0.,-May 13. All major
and minor base Sail league presidents
were notified today by the National
Base Ball commission to notify their
clubs that all championship games in
which a voluntarily retired player par
ticipates before his restoration to
good standing are illegal and hence
cannot be included in the record of
its league's championship games.
The commission stated, however,
that the right of voluntarily retired
players who are in the military or
naval service of the United States to
engage in games as members of teams
representing their post or department
is beyond question and as such they
may play against national agreement
clubs in benefit or exhibition games
prior to official restoration of their
names to the active list.
Zbyszko Throws Hussane
t , Two Out of Three Falls
Knoxville, Tenn., May 13. Wladek
Zbyszko tonight threw Yussif Hus
sane two out of three falls. Hussane
won the first in 27 minutes with, a
flying mare. Zbyszko won the sec
ond in nine minutes, with a toe hold
and the third in three minutes, also
with a toe h.o!d.
Pitcher Enlists in Navy
Chicago, May 13. Paul Crissman,
star pitcher with the Northwestern
university base ball team, enlisted at
the Great Lakes naval training station
today. His home is in Punxsutaw
14, 1918. '
Standing of Teams
WEST. LEAGUE. NATL. LEAGUE.
W. L. Pet. W. L. Pel.
Omaha, 9 4 .092 New York .18 3 .857
Des Moines..) 4 .692Chlcago ...14 ( .400
Topeka 9 4 ,692Pittsburgh .11 9 .650
Wichita ....7 S .683Cincinnatl .113 .642
Joplin 5 7 .417 Philadelphia 8 11 .421
St. Joseph ,.S S ,386St. Louis .. 8 13 .381
Hutchinson .4 9 .308 Brooklyn .,713 .360
Sioux City ..3 10 .231 Boston .... 6 15 .286
AMER. LEAGUE. A.MER. ASSN.
W. L. Pet. W. L. Pet.
Boston ....14 10 .683 Milwaukee .9 2 .818
Cleveland .12 10 .665 Loulsviiro .8 '2 .800
Chicago ...10 9 .626 Kansas City 7 4 .636
Washington 11 10 ,524Indlanapolls 6 6 .545
New York .13 11 .622 Columbus ..5 6 .500
St. Louis .. 9 11 .450St. Paul ...4 7 .364
Philadelphia 9 12 .429Toledo 2 9 .182
Detroit .... 7 11 ,389Minneapolis .2 9 .182
Omaha, 2; Des Moines, 0.
Wichita. 14; Joplin, 5.
Topeka, 8; Hutchinson, 1.
St. Joseph, 6; Sioux City, 2.
Philadelphia, 3: St. Louis, 3 (tie same).
New York-Pittsburgh, rain.
Cincinnati, 7; Brooklyn, 6,
Chicago, 10; Boston, 2.
Philadelphia, 6; Chicago, 4.
Boston, 7; St. Louis, 6.
New York, 3; Detroit, 2.
Columbus, 2; Louisville, 0.
St. Paul, 10; Kansas City, 7.
Milwaukee,, 6; Minneapolis, 1.
Indianapolis, 2; Toledo, 1.
Wetern League St. Joseph at Omaha,
Sioux City at Des Moines, Topeka at Wich
ita, Hutchinson at Joplin.
American League Chicago at Philadel
phia, St. Louis at Boston, Detroit at New
York, Cleveland at Washington.
National League Boston at Chicago,
Philadelphia at St. Louis, Brooklyn at Cin
cinnati, New York at Pittsburgh.
LEVIS AND PESEK
JOIN IN WRANGLE
OF RIVALS OF MAT
Strangler Demands First Crack
at Earl Caddock and Pesek
Offers to Wrestle Any
body Any Time.
New features in the muchly mud
dled wrestling situation continue to j
develop rapidly. Ed (Strangler) Lew-,
is has hopped into the controversy
and John Pesek is clamoring for ad
ditional action. J
Billy Sandow, manager of Strang
ler Lewis, demands that Caddock
wrestle his charge instead of Joe
Stecher July 4. The Sandow conten
tion is that Lewis has three times
wrestled Stecher sto a draw. This,
Sandow holds, gives the Strangler
equal rights with the Dodge lad.
But, Sandow declares, Lewis has an
additional claim as the leading con-
f tender for championship honors in
his defeat of Wladek Zybszko at
Louisville, Ky., last Friday night.
Saturday, a mild explosion occurred
in mat circles when Gene Melady,
Caddock's manager, told Joe Stecher
to first bept Zybszko before he asked
for a match with Caddock. Following
this startling announcement, Jack
Lewis came to bat with an offer for
a Stecher-Pesek match for Omaha
July 4. Now comes Lewis to demand
the right to meet Caddock. And
Lewis has done that which Melady
has told Stecher to first do he has
beaten- Zbyszko. Stecher wrestled
Zbyszko to a draw. .
Pesek Wants Action.
Now along comes Mart Slattery and
Barney Lichtenstein, the Siamese twin
combination handling the business af
fairs of John Pesek, with a cry for
more action. In behalf of the Buffalo
county grappler they have issued a
challenge to Caddock, Stecher and
Zbyszko, first come, first served, and
ready to take 'em all on any old time.
This-defy has found no response, but
it is possible a Pesek-Stecher match
will be arranged for Omaha in the
event the Caddock-Stecher negotia
tions fall through.
So this is the way the wrestling sit
uation stands today:
Earl Caddock tefls Joe Stecher to
first beat Zbyszko before asking for
a chance at the championship. .
Strangler Lewis demands a match
with Caddock before Stecher on the
grounds that he has beaten Zbyszko.
John Pesek challenges Caddock,
Stecher and Zbyszko, with no re
sponse. Jack Lewis makes offer for Pesek
Stecher match in Omaha July 4, with
parties concerned considering it.
The kettle is at the boiling point and
it threatens to bubble over before the
end of the week. Omaha is the storm
center at which the rival grapplers
are shooting and some important
events are schedule to happen in the
i Gate City before many days pass.
Starts Across Arctic Ice
In Search of New Lands
Seattle, May 13,--Stark Tasarken
son, one of the lieutenants of Vilhjal
mur Stefansson, the Arctic explorer,
has set out at the head of an expedi
tion of exploration across the Arctic
ice in search of new lands, according
to letters received here from the
north, with 12 companions, nine sleds
and 80 does. He left Cuoss Island
March 10 and expects to be gone
100 days. Stefansson was reported
at Fort Yukon, Alaska, recovering
from his recent illness.
MYERS OUT, BUT
Recruit Pitchers Hold Chicago
Safe Thereafter and Bat
Danforth to Six to
Philadelphia, May 13. Chicago
knocked Myers out of the box in the
first inning today, but Adams and
Geary, recruit pitchers, held the
world's champions safe thereafter,
and the Athletics batted Danforth for
a victory, 6 to 4. Walker's hitting
featured. He drove a home-run into
the bleachers in the first inning.
Adams held Chicago hitless until J.
Collins drove a home run into the.
bleachers in the sixth, scoring a run
ner ahead of him.' Eddie Collins re
turned to the game and walked the
first three times up. Score:
Llebold.cf 4 110 OTamlesn.rf 2 10 0 0
OKopp.lf 4 15
T 2 OBurns.lb 4
4 0 Odardnr.Sb 3 2 2
0 0 0Davdsn,2b 3 0 3
1 2 IShanon.ss 3 0 3
3 1 lMcAvoy.c 4 13
1 1 lMyers.p 0 0 0
1 0 OAdams.p 2 0 0
0 0 0Pahey 10 0
Cieary, d 10 0
Totals . 31 '8 24 9 3
Totals.. 31 10 27 12 1
Batted for Benz In ninth.
Batted tor Adams in sixth.
Chicago 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 04
Philadelphia 1 0.1 2 1 0 1 0 6
Home runs: J. Collins, Walker. Stolen
base: Schalk. Sacrifice hits: Davidson, Shan
non. Sacrifice fly: Garnder. Double plays:
Burns to Shannon, Gardner to Burns to
Shannon. Left on bases: Chicago, 6; Phil
adelphia, 6. First base on errors: Chicago,
1; Philadelphia, 2. Bases on balls: Off
Danforth. 1: off Benz. 1; off Myers, 1; off
Adams, 4. Hits: Off Danforth, 6 in four In
nings; off Benz. 5 In four Innings; off
Myers, 3 In one-third Inning; off Adams, 2
In five and two-third innings; off Geary,
3 In three Innings. Hit by pitched ball: By
Geary, SchalK. Struck out: By Danforth, 1;
by Geary. 1. Winning pitcher: Adams;
Losing pitcher: Danforth.
St. Louis Lose to Boston.
Boston, May 13. St. Louis used 17 men
today, but Boston with Bush pitching made
it two out of three, winning, 7 to 6. In the
first Inning Boston made three runs off
Sothoron when Shean, Strunk, Whitman,
Mclnnl and Thomas hit safely In succession.
The visitors used four other pitchers, whose
work was better than Sothoron'. Boston
shifted its lineup, Mclnnis going to first
base for the first time this year and Thomas,
last year, with Providence, playing third.
Scott's all around playing was sensational.
ST. LOUIS. BOSTON.
Tobln.cf 5 0 0 0 lHooper.rf 3 13 10
Austin, 3b 3 2 4 t 0Shean,2b 4 2 14 0
Slsler.lb 4 2 12 1 OStrunk.cf 4 3 10 0
Smlth.lf 5 2 10 OWhtmn.lf 4 2 0 0 0
Demitt.rf 6 2 11 lM'Innls.lb 4 1 16 1 1
Uedeon,2b 4 1 2 4 0Thoms,3b 5 1 1 1 e
Nunker.c 3 1 4 2 0Scott.es 4 3 14 0
Gerber.ss 2 0 0 1 Agnew,c 3 14 10
0 0 0 0 OBush.p 4 0 0 6 0
0 0 0 0
0 0 1 I Totals 3S 14 27 18 1
0 0 0 0
Lelfleld.p 10 0 1
Jonson.ss 1 0 0 0 0
Hendryx 0 0 0 0 0
Maisel 10 0 0
0 0 0 0
Totals 36 10 24 17 3
Batted for Rogers in fourth.
Batted for Gerber In eighth.
Batted for jrlouck in ninth.
St. Louis 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 0 15
Boston 3 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 7
Two-base hits: Smith, Austin, Whitman
(2), Agnew, Scott. Three-base hit: StrunK.
Stolen bases: Sisler (2), Smith, Whitman,
Shean. Sacrifice hits: Gedeon, Shean.
Double plays: Sisler to Austin. Austin to
Sisler. Left on bases: St. Louis, 12; Bos
ton, 11. First base on errors: St. Louis,
11: Boston, 3. Bases on balls: Off Sotho
ron, 1; off Rogers, 1; off Davenport, 3; off
Bush, 7. Hits: Off Sothoron, 5 in one
third Inning: off Rogers, 3 In two and two
thirds Innings; off Davenport, 3 in one and
one-third innings; off Lelfield, 2 in two
and two-thirds Innings; off Houck. 1 in one
Inning. Hit by pitched ball: By Leifield
(Agnew). Struck out: By Daveyport, 2;
by Bush, I. Losing pitcher: Sothoron.
New Tork Wins on Pinch Hit.
New York, May 13. a iwo-Dase pmcn un
Pby CaldweM enabled . New York to defeat
Detroit in tut tnira game oi ineir ki
here today. I to 2. With New York a run
behind and the bases full in the sixth.
Caldwell's double drove in. the winning runs.
A double error by Pipp in the first enabled
the Tigers to score their two runs.
All soldiers and sailors in uniform were
Don't Experiment with
It Often Leads
You Will Never Be Cured by
Local Treatment With Sprays
Catarrh is a condition of the blood
and can not be cured by local appli
cations' of sprays and douches; this
has been proven by the thousands
who have vainly resorted to this
method of treatment.
Catarrh should not be neglected
or experimented with. The wrong
treatment is valuable time lost, dur
ing which the disease is getting a
firmer hold upon ita victim, and mak
ing it more Miff icult for even the
proper treatment , to accomplish re
sults. Though Catarrh makes its first ap
pearance in the nostrils, throat and
air passages, the disease becomes
people who have been permanently eared.
DR. E. R. TARRY -240 Bee Culldini, Omcha Jr
Today's Sport Calendar
Shooting Missouri state trapehootlng
tournament open at Kansa City.
Boxing Battling Levlnsky against Charlie
Weinert, 12 rounds, at Boston.
admitted to the game freT This "plan will
be followed every Monday hereafter. Score:
DETROIT. NEW YORK.
i a o
Totals.. 31 7 24 8 2 Totals.. 30 8 27 12 I
Batted for Telle in nlth.
Batted for Erlckson in ninth.
Batted for Russell In sixth.
Detroit 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
New York 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 I
Two-base hits: Caldwell, Bodle. Three
base hit: Baker. Stolen base: Heilman.
Double plays: Young to Dressen (21. Left on
bases: New York, 8; Detroit, 8. First base
on errors: Detroit, 1. Bases on balls: Off
Russell, 3; off Erlckson, 6. Hits: Off Russell,
4 in six innings; off Mogridge, 3 in three ,
innings. Struck out: By Russell. 2; by Mo
gridge. 2; by Erickson, 6. Passed ball: Han-,
nan. Winning pitcher: Russell.
Thiessen Wins Feature
Of Miller Park Opening
The Miller Park Golf club opened
the 1918 season Saturday and Sunday
with a series of events. Charles
iThiessen. with a net score of 67, won
an 18-hole handicap medal play con
test which was the feature of the
opening. Seavey Hudson captured
an approaching and putting contest.
Scores in the 18-hole handicap were
Chas. Thiessen 74
Frank Russell 74
W. J. Hlslop 81
S. Hudson 74
M. J. Dolphin 82
J. K. Finlayson 84
Howard Judson 85
H. J. McCarthy 87
C. O. Dooley 80
Phil Kendall 75
J. F. Knee 82
Bob Malcolm 89
John Morris 77
John McTaggart 79
John Finlayson 84
Don Bissett 82
13 8 f
Robt. Gait 87
Geo. Peacock 89
O. E. Johnson .90
Gall Johnson 89
W. E. Hall 95
Rob Malcolm 99
Wr. Craighead 88
J. Fradenburg 99
F. Holbrook 106
C. 1. Johnson 113
Welterweight Champion Lewis
Reaches Denver for Battle
Denver, May 13. Ted Lewis o?
England, welterweight boxing cham
pion, arrived here today for his 20
round bout here May 17 with Johnny
Tillman of Minneapolis. The fight is
for the welterweight championship of
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to Dread Consumption
more and more aggravated and final
ly reaches down into the lungs, and
everyone recognizes the alarming
condition that results when the lung:
are affected. .Thus Catarrh may b
the forerunner of that most dreaded
and hopeless of all diseases, con
sumption. No local treatment affords perma
nent relief. Experience has taugW
that S. S. S. is the one remedy which
attacks the disease at its source,
the blood, and produces satisfactory
results in even the worst cases. Ca
tarrh sufferers are urged to give
S. S. S. a thorough trial. It is sold
by all druggists. You are invited to
write to the medical department for
expert advice as to how to treat your
own case. Address Swift Specific
Co., 436 Swift Laboratory, Atlanta,
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