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Omaha Owes Much to Lynch
and Llewellyn for Part in
Defeat of Des
Des Moines, June 27. -(Special Tel
egram.) Battery errors ,by Lynch
and Lewellyn led to the Boosters'
downfall in the third game of the se
ries with Omaha tonight, the Nebras-
kans taking an exciting 2 to 0 game
that the locals had every chance in
the world to annex.
The champions, "however, were un
able to hit the ball safely when men
were perched on the bags waiting to
count, ana were unaoie io score a
single run off the slants of wily Otto
Mens.- Twice when a safe knock
would have tied the score the Des
Moines batter drove a line drive at a
I a double play. Men was a complete
1 puzzle to the Boosters until the fifth
inning, when Hunter procured the
first nit off him a double in center
field. After that the Omaha hurler
was dented five times, but never when
there was any danger.
., The, visitors scored the only run
they needed in. tin first inning and
Bashang, the man who counted,
,struck out. He reached first when
1..ewel!yn missed the third strike, and
an on the second on the catcher's
overthrow to nail him. A wild pitch
uit him on third and he counted on
Mason's infield hit, which Hartford
!lid well to block with his bare hand,
1nother tally was manufactured in
he third when Bashang was hit by
i pitched ball, lacksou beat out an
nfield hit on Lynch' poor infield,
he pair worked a double steal and
Monica' hit' a t long fly to left field.
Callahan was out of the contest
'is a result of an injury sustained
Wednesday, Mason shifted to short,
Donica went to his old position at
ihird and O'Toole filled in in left field.
Sioux City Wins Slugfest Off
I St. Joseph by 12-11 Score
S c;.. f.i... t. it e;
ity won a slugfest from St. Joseph
iere today by a score of 12 to' 11.
The Packers overcame a six run lead
W scoring runs in the fifth inning
pd then won the game in the' ninth
vhen they registered t four more tal
,ies. Score: 1 ..'
t Joseph ......1 6, 8 0 0 I 0 8 11 13 S
loux City I 1 M M 4 IS S S
Batteries: Wmra, Curtis . and Bachsnt:
(etcher and Rohrer,
inched Hits Cinch Game
For Oklahoma City, 5 to 3
Oklahoma City, June 27. Oklaho
xa City won today from Hutchinson
1 to 3. Bunched hits in ,"the third
Sling cinched the 'issue when four
;n were tallied. Pitcher Hains'
ome run in the seventh with two
.sen on bases saved the visitors from
i shutout Score:
'nutchituon as s s.
- Oklahoma City.... . .
j Batteries: Hln and Man Ion; Hewitt and
i -. North.' .-'.) ':; -' ""
Three Joplin Errore Help "
Wichita Win Third of Series
Joplin, Mo., June 27. Three Jop
lin errors helped Wichita win. the
third game of the series tonight, 7 to
' . A oostooned srame will be played
tomorrow in addition to the one regu
larly scheduled. Score: '
wirhita .,.,.....1 m i n i o-t in
Joplin t 1IMIII 04 1 S
Batteries: TYa.ldba.uer and Walllns Stew
ard and Collins. .... ., r
Gas Bike Riders to Stage
Annual Gipsy Tour Sunday
. The annual gypsy tour of the Oma
I ha Motorcjjcle club will be held Sun.
, )ilav tn filenwood. Ia. About SO mo-
toreycie jrioers are expccica o nc
part in the tour ;
At Glenwood the : riders will be
served with a chicken dinner, after
which a series of events will be held,
consisting of motorcycle flow races,
' blindfold races, pursuit races and
fancy riding. In addition there will
be boating and bathing in the lake
, nearby. All motorcycle riders who
take part in the tour will be awarded
medal.',; " ' : '
i Anyone who rides a rriotorcyde
4, invited to take part in the gypsy
tovr which will start from the Omaha
Mctorcycle club rooms at sixteenth
and Capitol avenue at 10 a. ni., Sun
rladelphia May Get
Baltimore, June 27. Promoters of
the proposed fight between . Jack
Detnpsey and Fred Fulton, williry to
arrange an eight-round bout in Phila
delphia or Jersey City where limited
4 trots with gloves are permitted.
After the ruing of the Baltimore
r 'ice putting a ban on glove tests
during the war ' there was talk of
tryiiiK to Secure a place in Baltimore
c: aty but this has been abandoned.
AH. R. II. O. E.
Ila-lian, rf 4 ii 0 1 0 0
.JarkHon, lb S 1 S 0 0
:,imii, '. . S 0 1 t 9 I
Dunlra, Sb S 0 0 8 t 0
iluldsrmitB, ef S b 0 4 0 A
Dffate, Sb I A 0 4 3 0
O'Tnolo, If 8 0 1 0 0 0
MrMummy, e 8 0 1 4 H
Mcrx, p .8 0 8 1 1 0
Totals t7 3 4 27 10 1
An. r. it. o. a. r..
rhiiiipt, ib 4
Tralnrr, if..., 1
Wright, Sb..,.. 8
Murphy, ef , ,. 4
Coffey, b 4
Ituntrr ft 4
Ht. John ...
Totals tl 0 I I! I 1
flatted for Lynch in atventb.
Omaha ,.10100000 ft
Dm Molnea 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0b 0
Two-hnne hlta : llanter, Coffey. Sacrifice
hit: Donica, O'Toole, MrMenemy, Mrtr,
Trnluer, Mttilen baaeai llaahang, Jarkaon.
Left on baaeai Omaha, S Dea Molnea, V.
Ntrurk out I Ily Lynch, S by Dreaaen, 1 by
Mrra.tS. lflrai baa on ball: Off Lynch, t;
off Corey, t; off Dreaaen, 1 off Mtri, 4.
lilt by pitched ball: Uy Lynch, Hainan i by
Meti, Hartford, Lewellyn. Wild pltcheai
Lynch, Mem, Passed ballal Lewellyn (3).
Karned rnns and hltat Off Lynch, 1 and 8
In aeren Innliun; off Corey, 0 and 0 In one
third Inning) off Dreaaen, 0 and 1 In one and
two thirds Inning! off Men, I and 8 In nine
Inning. Doable playat Men to Donlch, Maaon
to Defate, Dreaaen to Lewellyn, Timet 1:41.
CharKe Peters to
Give Exhibition at
v Ak-Sar-Ben Monday
Charlie Peters, the Papillion car
penter who will wrestle John Pesek,
the Buffalo county mat marvel, at
Rourke park July 4, will give a wres
tling exhibition as part of the Ak-
Sar-Ben den show ; next Monday
night. " '- tv ;
Peters will go on with Joe Stangl,
Omaha amateur wrestler.who recent
ly met' Big Bill Drisiyjo the final
round of the state amateur ehamnion-
shi tournament at the Young Men's
Peter and .Stand wilt ataco a 7f.
minute show. Stangl is in Peters'
training camp and he and Peters put
tins ome merrv bouts, so tha Ak.Sar.
Ben chaps have an entertaining even-
Seat sale for the Perers.TVQelr en
continues brisk, Promoter Jack Lewis
reports. Several orders from Ravenna
and Shelton, the stamping ground of
reseK, nave been received and Lewis
declares fully 1,500. mat fans will come
in from Buffalo; countv to' net- their
favorite in action against Peters.
, Uhiana fans too are ordering their
seats. It will be Omaha's first oppor
tunity to'sce Pesek' in- a main attrac
tion matca and the local fans are
anxious to give this newest wrestling
sensation of Nebraska the "once over,
Amateun. io Meet.
A meeting. of the board of directors
of the Omaha Amateur Base .Ball
association will be held at the city
hall tonight. r '
St." Paul, Juno ST. Boor ; ..
Indianapolis 1 t i
St Paul ,.K.. ,.... v.vv. 4
' Battertas: Roggs and Schang; Hall and
Olenn. . ,'. '.. " . .
' Kansti City," Juno 17. Score:
Toledo ,S i
Kansas City ...4 i
Batteries: Brady and Kelly t AVhsatley,
Hall and Onslow. -
Minneapolis, June 27. Score:
Louisville. 4 1
Minneapolis.......... .....0 t 0
'Batteries! Stroud and Myr; Patterson
Irwin Consolidated School
; .Building Nears Completion
' frwin, "Neb., June. 27. The new
consolidated school building at Irwin
is now practically completed and the
building was formally accepted from
the general contractors today.
The building was erected by C. C
Norgaard &.Son, general contractors;
of Council Bluffs. , So well pleased
was the board of directors with the
contractors' work that the building
was accepted by the architect and
board and settlement made in full in
less than one hour's time. ;
Platte County Contributes
4 $2,500 to Home Guards
, Columbus, Neb., -.'June 27. -(Special.)
Home guaras of Tlatte county
will receive financial support from the
county toward the purchase of arms
and other equipments. This was de
termined when the county Board of
Supervisors ni session, and at the, re
quest of C J, Garlow, chairman of
the council of defense made a strong
plea for a appropriation of $3,000, and
$2,500 was allowed by the board.
. , Nonpartisans to Sue."
Lincoln, June '27. Announcement
was made at state headquarters of the
Nonpartisan league here today that
suit for $25,000 had been filed in fed
eral district court at Norfolk, Neb.,
against two members of the Holt
county Council of Defense and three
Holt county officials, charging they
were responsible for the arrest "with
out authority" of James W. Bissell, an
organizer for the league,
BOTH GAMES OFF
Shutout Scored by Johnson Is
His Sixth for the Season?
Nine Defeats for
Washington, June 28. In taking
both games of a double header today,
8 to 0 and 3 to 2, Washington made
it five straight over Philadelphia. The
shutout scored by Johnson was his
sixth this season. Perry's defeat in
the closing game was his second in
the series and his ninth in a row.
. First game!"
AB H.O.A.B. AB H.O.A.E.
Jam'n rf 4 1 2 0 0 Shanks If (2101
.lardn'r lb 4 1 2 2 0 Foster 3b 1 0 2 2 0
Walker cf 4 3 2 0 (Judge lb 4 17 11
Dugan 0 0 0 0 0 Milan cf 2 1 t 1 0
Burns lb 4 1 0 OSchulte rf 4 14 0 0
Acoatalf4 0 1 0 0 Morgan Sb 2 0 S 2 0
McAvoy c 2 0 2 3 1 Lavan as 8 112 0
Bhan'nas 3 0 2 1 OAlnVtho 3 0 6 1 0
I)av'n2b ,8 0 2 1 OJohn'n p 2 1 0 1 0
Adams p J 0 0 1 0
Munch 1 0 0 0 0 Totals 27 7 27 10 2
Holmes p 0 0 0 0 0
.Totals 32 6 24 3 1
Batted for Adams In th.
i Ran for Walker In th.
Philadelphia 0 0000000 00
Washington 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 4 S
. Stolen basea: Shanks (2) Foster,' Johnson
(2) Milan, ftugan. Sacrifice hit: Alnsmlth.
Double playa: McAvoy and Davidson; John
son, Foster and Judge. Left on bases:
Philadelphia, I; Washington, 6. First bsse
on errors: Philadelphia, 1, Bases on balls:
off Adams, 6; Holmes, 1. Hits: off Adams,
4 In 7 Innings; Holmes, 2 in 1 Inning. Hit
by pitched ball:, by Adama (Lavan) by
Holmes (Morgan). Struck out: by Adams,
2; Johnson, S. Losing pitcher, 'Adama.
- Second game:
Jam'n tf I I 1 OShanks If S 2 2 0 0
3ardn'r 3b 4
Walker cf 4
OKoaterSb 4 1
0 Judge lb i 1
OSchultecf I I
OMorgan lb 6 0
0 Lavan sa 4 1
Burns lb S ' 1 10
Aeoitalf 3 0 4
Perkins 0 2
Shan'n as 2
Dugan 2b S
Perry p . 4
Totals 3S 62ll l'Aln'tth 0
. Ayeri p i
Totals 36 10 30 S 1
Two outa when winning run scored.
Batted for Shaw in flth.
Ran for Shotton In 6th.
Philadelphia 10001000 02
Washington 001 001 000 13
Two base hlta: Burns. Stolen bases:
Burns, Shanks (2). Sacrifice hits: Gardner,
Perkins, Acosta. Sacrifice fly: Shanks.
Double playa: Shannon, Dugan to Burns.
Left on basea: Philadelphia, t; Washington,
It, First base on errors, Philadelphia, 1;
Washington, 1. Bases on balls: off Perry.
6; Shaw. 6. Hits: off Shaw, 3 In 6 Innings;
Ayers, 3 In 4. Struck out: by Perry, 3;
Shaw, 3; Ayers, S. Winning pitcher, Ayera.
Manager Jennings Suspended.
Detroit, June 17. Detroit defeated Chi
cago, 1 to 0. In the last game ot the series
today, the visitors being unable to hit Bo
land with men on bases. Veach's double,
Kallmann's sacrifice and an error by Rls
berg guvs Detroit Its run In the fourth.
Manager Jennings was suspended Indefi
nitely today becauso of his dispute yester
day with Umpire Hallln. Score:
Murphy, rf 1 2 0 0 OBush.ss 4 12 4 0
Weaver.lb 4 0
E.Cllns.2b I 1
Felsch.cf 4 0
J.CUns.lf I 0
Rtsbrr.ss S 1
1 2 0R.Jns,3b 4 110 0
1 1 OCrbb.cf 4 110 0
t 0 OVeach.lf 2 2 10 0
1 (Hlman.lb 2 1 12 1 0
S I oCnghm.rf 2 0 10 0
4 2 lToung.lb 1 0 2 3 0
5 0 OYelle.o 2 0 S 2 1
0.4 OBoland.p 2 0 12 0
Schalk.o I 0
Dantth.p 2 0
Totals 22 4 24 I 1 Totals 28 6 37 12 1
Chicago 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Detroit .........0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1
Two-base hits: Jones, Veach, Cobb. Stol
en: bases: K. Collins. Doublo play: Rlsberg
and OandiL Left on bases: Chicago, b;
Detroit, S. First bss on errors: Detroit 1.
Baaea on balls: Off Boland, 2. Hit 'fay
pitched ball: By Boland (Danforth). Struck
out: By oland, 4; Danforth, 3.
New Tork Takes Lead.
New Tork, June 27. New Tork took the
lead In the American league race today by
defeating Boston In the fourth game of the
series, T to S. The Tsnks won the series,
three out ef four fames. Both Uogrldge
and Bush, who were the opposing pitchers
at the opening of the tame, were knocked
out. Bodla put New .York ahead In the
sixth Inning with a home run after Flpp had
BOSTON. NEW TORK.
, . AB.H.O.A.E. AB.H.O.A.E.
Kooper.rt 5 3 10 lGholey.rt S 1 0 0 0
Khoan.Sb 4 1 3 4 2Pknpgh.ss 2 112 0
Schang.Sb 4 3 0 3 OBsker.Sb 4 2 2 2 0
Hoth.cf I 2 J Ii 0 Pratt, Sb 4 0 3 2 0
M'Inle.lb 4 1 16 1 OPIpp.lb ,3 2 7 2 0
Whtmn.lf 1 0 0 0 0Bodle.lt 4 12 0 1
Scott.as S 2 2 3 IMarana.cf 4 12 0 0
Agnew.o 4 8 11 lHannah.o 4 17 10
Bush.p ,13 0 1 0Mgrdge.p 2 0 2 2 0
Trsdle ' 0 0 0 0 OCldwell.p 1 0 0 0 0
Thmas 0 0 0 0 4
Bader.p 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 23 1 3T 13 1
. Total 32 17 34 111
'Batted (or Bush itf eighth. '
Ran lor Truesdala la tghth.
Boston . 3 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 01
New York t 0 0 0 1 2 2 0 7
Two-base hits: Hooper (3), Ruth. Home
run: Bodie. Sacrifice hits; Pecklnpaugh.
Mogrldge. Sacrifice hits: Shean. Mulnnls,
Plpp. Double plays: Mogrldge, Pratt and
Plpp, Flpp and Pecklngpaugh, ; Lett on
bases: New Tork, 6; Boston,'.! It. First
base on errors: New Tork, 3. Base on
balls: Off Mogrldge, 1; Caldwell. 1; Bush 1.
Hilar Off Mogrldge, IS Is atren and one.
third Innlnga; Caldwell, 8 In on and two
third Innings; Bush, 0 la seven lnntngs;
Bader, none In on Inning. Struck out: By
Mogrldge, 8; by Caldwell. 3; by Bush. 1.
Winning pitcher: Mogrldge; losing pitcher.
Honorary Degree Conferred
On Major General Wood
Ann Arbor, Mich, June 7.-The
honorary degree of doctor of laws
was conferred on Maj. Gen. Leonard
Wood of the United States army at
the commencement exercises of the
University of Michigan here today.
OMAHA, FRIDAY, JUNE
Standing of Teams
AMERICAN ASS'N WESTERN
Kansas City 20 II .612WlchlU ..
Columbus . .21 II .596 Hutchinson
Milwaukee .28 21 .571Dee Moines
Louisville ,.2l 24 .547Omaha
Indianapolis 24 24 .600Ok!a. City.
St Paul ...23 27 460 IJonlln ...
.31 II .635
.22 26 .627
27 29 .509
.33 28 .601
.24 27 .471
24 81 436
.41 17 .707
,22 33 .476
27 20 .474
.26 31 .456
.24 34 .414
.22 36 .386
Minneapolis .22 28 .440 St. Joseph
Toledo 14 26 .280Slou City.
AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL
New Tork . .36 26 .683 Chicago ...
Boston ....27 27 .678 New York .
Cleveland ..37 21 661IBoaton
Washington .85 21 .130 Philadelphia
Chicago ...28 20 .488 Plttaburgh
St. Louis... .21 33 .468 Cincinnati
Detroit ....25 23 .431 IBrooklyn
Philadelphia 11 39 .350 St. Louis
V WESTERN LEAGUE.
Omaha, 2; Dea Moines, 0.
Sioux City. 12; St. Joseph, 11.
Wichita, 7; Joplin. 4.
Oklahoma City, 6; Hutchinson,
eNw Tork, 10: Boston, 4.
Brooklyn 6; Philadelphia, 2.
Chicago, 7; Cincinnati. 1.
Pittsburgh, 4; St. Louis. 3.
New Tork, 10; Boston, 4.
Washington, 8-3; Philadelphia, 0-1. -Detroit,
1; Chicago, 0.
Other game postponed.
8t. Paul, 8; Indianapolis. 2.
Toledo, 6; Kansas City, 4.
Louisville, 4; Minneapolis, 0.
Columbus-Milwaukee - game
Omaha at Des Moines.
Hutchinson at Oklahoma City.
St. Joaeph at Sioux City.
Wichita at Joplin.
Chicago at Cincinnati.
Philadelphia at New Tork.,
Brooklyn at Boston.
Pittsburgh at St. Louis.
St. Louis at Chicago.
New York at Philadelphia.
Detroit at Cleveland.
Boston at Washington.
SPEED RACE TO
FOR MOTOR TAX
Only Two ' More Days to
Obtain 50,000 Signatures
for Single Auto Tax
A great race is "on" to obtain 50,
000 signatures In the state of Ne
braska to a petition authorizing . the
people io vote next fall on an amend
ment to. the state constitution- put
ting a single tax on automobiles,
the proceeds to be used to build and
maintain good road3 in Nebraska.
Petition blanks were sent out two
weeks ago but have been .coming in
slowly. Wednesday a meeting was
held in Lincoln attended .by Assistant
Commissioner Ellis of the Omaha
Chamber of Commerce, President
Roper of the Qmaha-Lincoln-Denver
highway, President Steinhart of the
Nebraska Association of Commercial
clubs, President Ringer of the State
Manufacturers' association and State
Engineer Johnson. .
Realizing that the signatures are
not coming in fast enough and that
they must be in the hands of the sec
retary of state by July 3, steps were
taken to speed up the signing.
Telegrams were sent to every com
mercial club in the state, urging them
to get the blanks into the hands of
responsible men who will secure 'sign
Letters and petition blanks were
also mailed to every manufacturer,
every automobile dealer "and every
county clerk in the state, with a let
ter urging them to get the blanks
signed and sent in to the secretary
of the state association of commercial
clubs at York not later than Saturday.
Work in Omaha.
Secretary Smyth of the Omaba
Auto club and J. S. White of the
Chamber of Commerce good roads
committee are sending out an army
of workers to boom the work of
"We are far behind our quota here
in Omaha," said Assistant Commis
sioner Ellis. "'There are 800 .blanks
out. more than enough if they are
all filled and returned to make up our
quota .of 10,000- signatures. They
must be returned to the Chamber, of
Commerce not . later , than Saturday
and each blank must be duly signed
and have two witnesses on the back.
"This movement is a big thing for
Nebraska. It means millions of dol
lars for good roads and "good roads
mean less repairs and longer life for
every automobile, better service for
everybody , who uses roads.? -
Driver Who Defeated
' Rockefeller in Mace
Dies at Saratoga, N. Y.
New York, June 27. Edward
W. Kearney, a well known figure
at trotting races and horse shows
in this state for nearly a half
century died today in Saratoga.
Mr. Kearney won fame as a
driver of trotting horses when in
1 1880 in a sleigh race hit horse
"King Charles" defeated "Mid
night" driven by John D. Rockefeller.
CUBS KEEP UP
Chicago's Easy Victory Gives
Reds Record of Losing Thir
teen Out of Last Four
Cincinnati, June 37. Chicago con
tinued in winning form today, easily
defeating the local team, which has
lost thirteen out of jts last fourteen
Flack. rf 4 0 1 0 0aroh,3b ,81010
Hollchr.ss S V 2 S 0L.Mgee.2b 4 0 T i 1
Mann, If 4 2 3 0 ORousch.cf 4 0 10 0
Werkle.lb 5 2 IB 0 IChaae.lb 4 1 10 3 0
Paskcrt.cf 4 3 3 0 OQrlfftth.rf 4 110 0
DeaMb 3 3 8 4 ON'eal'e.lf 4 12 0 0
Zelder,2b 4 112 OBlkbrne.as 3 113 1
Killlfer.o 2 0 0 1 OWingo.o 8 0 4 1 0
O'Farell.o 1 0 0 0 IRegan.p 3 113
Duglass.p 3 0 0 0 0
Carter.p 1 0 0 2 0 Totals.. 32 27 17 4
Totals.. 34 10 27 14 2
Chicago 2 0 0 J 3 0 0 0 07
Cincinnati 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 01
Two-base hits: Qroh, Regan. Three-base
hits: Chase, Merkle. Sacrifice hits: Paskert,
Deal (2), Kllllfer. Double plays: Oroh to L.
Mages to Chase, Chase to L. Magee to
Blackburne, Chase to L. Magee, Carter to
Deal to Merkle. Left on bases: Chicago, 9;
Cincinnati, S. First base on errors: Chicago,
4. Bases on balls: Off Regan, S; off Doug
lass, 1. Hits: Off Douglas, 2 In four Innings;
off Carter, 4 In five Innings. Hit by pitched
ball: By Carter, 1. Struck out: By Regan, 3.
Winning pitcher: Douglass.
Myers Wins; Quits Brooklyn. ,
Philadelphia, June 28. Myers left the
Brooklyn, club tonight to take up farm
work after winning today's game with a
home run Into the bleachers with two men
oa bases In the seventh. The score was
S to 2. Score:
0 Bancrofts 4 2 3 5 2
Olson ss 4
Daubert Ib 5
ZWheat If S
Myers cf S
O'M&ra 2b 4
OWllllamscf 3 0 3
OStock 3b 3 0 1
OOuderus lb 4 111
OMeusel If 3
OPearce 2b 3
OAdams c 4
0 Watson p 2
ODavls p 0
JJooIan 2b 4
Miller o 3
Grlmos p 4
Totals 33 11 27 14
Totals 28 3 27 14 2
Batted for Watson In 7th.
Brooklyn 0 0 0 9 0 0 1 4 0 5
Philadelphia 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 02
Summary Two-base hits: Johnston, Dau
bert. .Home run: Myers, Solen Bases:
Miller." Sacrifice hits; O'Mara, Olson. Left
on basest s Brooklyn', 10; Philadelphia,' t.
First base on errors: Brooklyn, 2. Bases on
balls, off Grimes, ; Watson, 2. Hits, off
Watson, 10 In 7 Innings: Davis, 1 In 2 in
nlngs. Struck out, by Grimes, ; Watson,
2; Davis, 2. Balk, Grimes. Wild pitches,
Grimes, ' 2. Losing pitcher, Watson.
Giants Defeat Braves.
Boston, Jnue 27. New York sued three
pitchers, but easily won Ita fourth straight
game of the series and Ha tenth straight of
the season from Boston. Ross, from San
Antonio, pitching his first game, was
credited with the New Tork victory. Score:
Burns, cf 3 3 5
0 ORwlgs.ss 4 15 8 2
0 0Herzog,2b 5
8 OPowell.cf 4
0 OWiklnd.rf 3
10 0 0
0 0,TCSmh.3b 4 10 2 0
0 OKonchy.lb 6 113 2 0
2 IKelly.lf 4 19 0 0
0 OHenry.o 4 17 2 1
5 OFIUnglm.p 8 3 0 3 0
2 ORepan.p 0 0 0 2 0
1 O'Rehg 10 0 0 0
0 0 Totals.. 37 1 27 17 3
Totals.,37 13 27 14 1
Batted for Causey In third.
Batted for Fllllngim In eighth.
New York 1 0 0 0 B 2 0 2 010
Boaton , 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 14
TWO-base hits: Wllhoit. Henry. 8tolen
bases: Wllhoit (2), Rodrtgues (2). Toung,
Kelly. Sacrifice hit: Toung. Sacrifice fly:
WUholt. Double play: Konetchy to Rawlings
to Konetchy. Left on basea: New Tork, 7;
Boston, 11. First base on errors: New Tork,
3. Bases on balls: Off Causey, 1; off Ross,
3; off Anderson, 1; off Fllllngim, 5. Hits:
Off Causey, 3 in two Innings; off Ross, 2
In two and one-third Innings; off Ander
son, 4 In four and two-thirds Innings: off
Fllllngim. 13 In elp-ht Innings; off Regan, 0
In 1 Inning. Struck out: By Ross, 2; by
Anderson, 1; by Fllllngim, 5; by Regan. 1.
Wild pitch: Fllllngim. Winning pitcher:
Ross, Losing pitcher: Fllllngim.
Pirates Defeat St. Louis.
St. Louis, June 27. An error by Baird,
three singles, a base on balls off Doak and
a stolen base In the third Inning gave Pitts
burgh four runs, enouph to win today's game
from St. Louis, 4 to i. Score:
Caton ss 5 0 0 3
lH'th'te cf 3 0 3 0 1
0 Betsel 1 110 0 0
OBr'ksxrf 0 0 0 0 0
0 Batrd Sb 8 3 0 4 1
OOrimra lb S 0 15 0 1
flD'tl sis 2b 1 1 0 1 0
OH'byrfcf 4 1 2"0 0
0 P'ette 2 lb 4 0 8 5 0
0 MeH'y If 4 0 110
o Wal'ce ss 4 1110
Carey cf !
Cuts'w 2b 2
Moll's lb 4
Hln'h'n rf 4
Schm't c 3
Arch'ro 0 0 0
Cooper p 8 0 03
Gonitls.c 4 0 3 3 0
Totals SI 8 27 13
I Doak p 8 10 4 0
Totals 3S 717 18 2
I Batted for Heathcote In 8 th.
is Ran for Betsel In 8th.
ass Batted for Orlmm In 8th.
Pittsburgh 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 04
St. Louis 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 03
Two base hits: Betzel. Batrd. Hornsby,
Doak. Stolen bases: Carey. Sacrifice hits:
Cutshaw, Cooper, Sacrifice files: Orlmm.
Left on baaea: Pittsburgh. (; St Louis, 5.
First base on errors: Pittsburgh, 3; St.
Louts, 1. Bases on balls: off Cooper, 1;
Doak. 8,- Hit by pitched ball: by Doak
(Archer). Struck out: by Cooper, 3; Doak,
Say's Mosquito Bite Made
Toil Utterly Impossible
Andrew Poper, an unnaturalized
Austrian, arrested on a charge of
vagrancy, pleaded in police court
Thursday that he was unable to work,
because he had been bitten- by a
mosquito two years ago, causing his
leg to swell. He was sentenced to IS
days ia jail
FOR OMAHA FLYER
ON FRENCH FRONT
William B.Peterson Turns Tur
tle in Airplane in Plowed
Field, but Emerges With
"Somewhere in France," while do
ing cross-country work in the aviation
service of the American expeditionary
force, William B. Peterson, son of
Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Peterson, 101
South Thirty-eighth street, had his
Nieuport airplane turn turtle on him
in a field bisected with drainage
ditches and escaped not only unhurt,
but with small, damage to the flying
Writinf? of his experiences, which
he assures his family do not happen
every clay, he said:
"When I wrote you about my alti
tude trip and how pretty it looked
above the clouds, I neglected to tell
you of what happened on the way
down. When about 8,000 feet in the
air my engine went dead on me and
it was some sensation, to say the
least, "when I realized it, but by care
ful maneouvering I reached my field
and landed in front of the hangars
without breaking anything.
"During the last few days I have
been doing some cross-country work
to a town about 80 kilometers away.
With the little Nieuports a good land
ing in a good field is hard enough, but
in cross-country work your choice of
fields for landing vary and from your
vantage point on high it is almost
impossible to distinguish the lay of
the land and one's ability to make a
good, saf? landing is decreased there
by. Lands in Field.
"I had covered about 60 kilometers
on my trip when my motor stopped
and I'was not, annoyed at all, O, iiol
to find nothing but woods under me.
It made me feel at home ahd at ease,
not to skimp over the trees in, an ef
fort to land without breaking my own
bones and th6 frame of the machine.
I finally landed in a plowed field and
was happy to find that I had not brok
en a thing.
"After telephoning in thi field ser
vice came out and helped me put the
engine to rights and I started again
for home. The same thing happened
again, but I had reached my home
field and landed safely at 9:10 p. m.
"The next morning I started out
again and had just reached my ob
jective and was ready to descend to
the field, using a little power to pull
me down when my motor died and I
was compelled to land in a rough field
just short of the station, but entirely
One Home Trip.
"It was when on my home trip that
my thrilling experience happened. I
had gone about 20 kilometers on the
return journey when pop goes my
engine dead. This time my field
was traversed with drainage ditches,
running diagonally and deep enough
to carry the water off.
"With these little chasseplanes,
there is only one way to land and
that is with the wind. I hit one of
the ditches with, the result that one
wheel landed low and the other on
top of the ridge. The upper wheel
was crushed. The machine rocked
for an instant in alighting and then
turned right over. It left me in the
ditch, under the. machine and on my
back, with a foot of space in which to
"I didn't get a scratch, but the ma
chine suffered a broken wheel and
tern fabric of the planes. I certainly
"There are few telephones in rural
France, and these are public tele
phones in each of the small towns.
But news travels quickly, and it was
not long before I was literally
swamped .with people from the coun
tryside who wanted to'1 see 'le aviator
Americaine.' One kind lady from a
neighboring chateau, and who spoke
excellent English, invited me to be
her guest, but the arrival of the truck
to take in the damaged machine com
pelled me to decline an invitation I
very much wanted to accept.
"At noon I took dinner with a
French farmer, and lie refused to ac
cept pay for it. It seems as fhough
the Frenclvpeople look on an aviator
as something like a god. ai d all after
noon I had to hold an impromptu
levee in which I was bombarded with
questions:' 'Had I a sister, a fiance, a
brother? And they asked all about
my Masonic ring. These things were
more interesting to them tnan the
aeroplane, itself, arid I vas certainly
'if all afternoon."
Loan Made o Belgium.
Washington, June 27.BeTgium to
day was given another credit of $9,000
000, bringing the total loaned to (tiat
COUrttrv Ut to $131.8000(10 anrl th.
total- to the allies to $5,981,590,000.
people who ba been permanently cured . . -
DR. E. R. TARRY -240 Bee Building. Omaha Neb'
Of Rheims Cathedral
Berlin, June 27. "The enemy's ob- "
servers have again been seen on the
Rheims cathedral," says the German
official statement tonight. s .
Announcement by the German high
command that enemy observers have
been seen on Rheims cathedral is
usually the preliminary to a bom
bardment of that edifice. The French
authorities have denied that' the ca
thedral was ever used for observa
There is little left of the edifice
but the west front and the jiillars.' .
Residents of Courtrai
Are Forced to Help '
Huns Construct Roads
Washington, June 27.i-An official
dispatch from France says that 1,000
of the inhabitants of Courtrai have
been forced by the Germans u leave
for Sedan, where they are compelled
to work on the construction of roads
and trench building. All those con
demned to serve a year in prison by
the German courts have also been
sent to Sedan to work on military
Omaha Lodge B'nai B'rith ,
Elects Officers for Year i
Omaha lodge No. 354, B'nai B'rith,
held its annual election ; of officers
last night. Harry Lapidus was elected
monitor; Leo Rosenthal, president;
Frank Spigle, vice president'; 1 Sam '
Zimmerman, secretary; D, Friedman,
treasurer; B. Korney, warden; Sam
Leon, guardian; trustees, George
Charno, Ed Kraus and A. J. Miller..
Letters of appreciation were , read
from members and friends now. in
service who had received packages
from the lodge. More than 200 pack
ages .were sent, to, members and
friends" in cantonments in this 'coun
try about a week a" go.;, The package's
contained several articles tending to -make
camp life more comfortable,
Seventeen packages were sent to Cn
ada to members who have enlisted. for
service in Palestine. .
GAINS 17 FOUNDS
BY TAKING TANLAC
Mrs. Cochran Now Does Own
Housework Her Strength
"I have not only gotten back t!ia
fifteen pounds which I lost while sick,
but have actually gained two pounds
besides, and I now enjoy the best of
health," said Mrs. Maurice Cochran,
who resides at 2564 Taylor, street, re-
cently, in relating her experience with
the Master Medicine, Tanlac. .
"A number of years ago," contin
ued Mrs. Cochran, "I was taken with.
,i pain all up and down my whole left
side, which was so bad at times I be
came alarmed for fear I might be
stricken with paralysis. Following
this my health became badly broken
and I suffered in many Vays. My ap
petite was so poor that I could caf
little, or nothing, and what I did cat'
formed gas and made me so miserable
I could hardly stand it. I lost fifteen
pounds in weight and nothing I ever-,
did seemed to help me. I had severe
nervous spells and frequently had to
stop my work and rest.
"So many of my relatives and
friends who had used Tanlac kept
after me to try it until I got a bottle,
and that's when the long lane turned
for me. My appetite soon got better
and then I began to feel bettecami
commenced to get back, my .weight
and strength. My appetite is won.-.-derful
now, everything I eat agrees;
with me perfectly and I have actually,
gained seventeen pounds since I bcr
gan taking Tanlac. My nerves have
quieted down until I can sleep just ...
like a child and I'm feeling just fine
all the time. I am doing all my work '
end could do more without any'
trouble'. My husband and mother-in-law
are now taking Tanlac. too,
with splendcd results, and we all think
there is no medicine.'to equal it.". "
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