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ft. JOSEPH WINS
EASY GAME OFF
Eight Bases on Balls Given by
Manske, an Omaha Recruit,
v Contribute Largely to
ot. Joseph, July 5. St. Joseph won
easily from Omaha today, 10 to 5,
eight bases on balls given by Nanske,
an Omaha recruit, contributing
largely to the victory. Score: R.H.E.
Omaha .. I 1 I I t t I I I 6
81 Joeapn ....1 0 I f I I 1 10 II
Batteries! Nansk and JIcMntmjr;
Wakemau and Bachant,
Sioux City and Des Moines
Siou City, la., July 5. -After los
ing' the first game of a double header
with Des Moines here today, the
Packers staged a ninth-inning rally
and took the second contest by a
score of 2 to 1, Scores:
J'V game! i R.H.E.
fce Maine .,,.! I 0 t t 1 04 S I
Sioux City 1 9 0 0 0 0 0 01 f 1
' Batteries Delbura and Karwlnj Flatchar
gerend game: R. H.B,
fee Moine IMI1M 01 S 0
bioux City ......0 0 0 0 0 0,0 01 S 1
Batteries Lynch, Delburn and Ksrwln;
Kevto and Rohrer.
Joplin Defeats Hutchinson.
Joplin. Mo;, July 5. Joolin won
the first of four-game series with
IJutchinson here this afternoon, 3 to
. Alter the third only three men
taccd Hubbell in each of the remain
ing innings. Score: R.H.E.
Hutrhlnaoo 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 S S
JoMIn 0 0 1 1 0 X 0 0 I I 1
ftatterieai Haine and Manlon; Hubboll
and Collin. -.,. ..
Fast Track and Close
Knishes at Closing f
Of Kearney Race Meet
Kearney, Xeb., July 5. (Special
Teegram.) A Jfast track and fields of
etty well balanced horses resulted
j.i some close finishes at the Friday
: t when the closing card of the
i idsummer race meet was offered.
About 5Q0 attended. Result were as
fillftWaV -, ' , ; ' . : !
' t .i6 pace, alt horses, 1409:
I "-pb Knight (Warran Dennis Salt
- n Hack (Karl. Beeslay, Syracuse,
M Beesly l )
: r C, W. 8. Knight, Colorado
cringe,) Thomiia t
itern Flyer (R. Walker, Blooming-
on. Neb.), rBown .............. S I
: d cho (W. F. End. Wllaon, Kan.)
. nl .......,....., .'...! I 4
- '1ma: 8:0014. t:9. I;l0.,v .
':! trot, purs 400: . s
I !a Van ITad JBunch, PboenI, Art,
ennls .. ..,.,....,,
1 k Fanlo (John Harrison, Indlanola,'
4eh. Harrison ............... I 4
I wpl (W. T. Auld, Omaha), Btbaa
ina" , .....I I I
I 'd Kaxay (Midway Stock Farm.
.Caaracy), B. Rhodca .............. S I ,
. cior a, (vnaria tncaon, Kaarnay),
:rlcaon ,,, .........S T I
t D. (Antony 8 Tankar, Grand '
Inland). Johntton , .........4 f
Vtvi ooidsn Bar (Pattlf rova, Oxford,
I4b.), Pattlf rara I I
I ttla Forbaa D. W. Ooralln, Chloa(o).
loralla ....,.,.., J til
1 Lady South Midway Btock Farm,
. varny) Chandler .........,....t 14 1
"lmas S;H14. S:l4. t:ti, t.H, ,
t paelal purw, 1400: . ,
1 It a. (Srarebllght ...........
I. npy H. (F. Ransom, Mlndan, Nab.),
Atlanta (W. T. Auld, Omaha), Babaa-
Parky McFarland Art Frya, Kanaaa
'!ty), Btnefltld .4 4
torwy Boob (r0j, cu, aKarner).
Clark v ,i ..a 1 1
Floweu Forbe (Midway Btock Farm),
Karny). Ctiandlvr .,... 4 I
Ttmaj 1:34)4. 2:!0(i. S:10U.
r;t:rson and Filbert Tie '
In Boat Club Tournament
Rain interfered with the sports pro
gram at the Boat club, Lake Manawa,
t.ut did not prevent the staging of a
second Liberty tournament that real
ized $36 for the Red Cross.
In the 18-hole medal handicap An
Qjed Peterson and .Norman Filbert
tied as winner, with a net score of 80
on the 9-hole course. They will play
on the tie probably Sunday -with 36
holes of match play. The Garner
irophy for the season, one of the most
cr-veted awards at the club,, is the
P . A. N. Featherstone won the
K h score prize and Torn Steward
v n the highest score prize.
n the blind bogey play for the di
t tori cup Andrew Peterson won
' 1 a score of 42. Harry Measner
s j runner-up, winning a watch fob.
., ve Stewart won a fob for the high-
. - W; Gordy, winning in the flag
V won a ahirt Dr. A. C Brown,
nd. woa a box of cigars. There
,ing contest a two-ball foursome,
not played. It will be played
A special prize is offered.
; Tennis Tournament
Starts Saturday, July 13
t city championship : tennis
-jiment will itart Saturday, July
t 3 p. m. on the courti of the
Field elub. The tournament
i charge of Will Adams, Cleary
inghen. Will Nicholson and R.
1 addition to the championship
3rs prizes will be given to the
:ri and runnen-up is the singles
and doubles and to the winners of the
After Saturday afternoon's play the
tournament will continue in the eve
nings after 5 o'clock during the week.
Entries may be made at the Omaha
Field club or by telephoning ilr.
Rainey at Douglas 361. Many players
from the various clubs in Omaha are
expected to take part.
DOGS AND CATS IN
"Morning; View, Captain" Has
Pedigree Tracing Back to
Seventeen Champions; All
H. M. Katzenstein had, up to July
4, the distinction of owing the finest
Airedale dog in the west.
The animal, Morning View Cap
tain, has a family tree which put to
shame that of the House of Hohen
zollern in pure and decent blood lines
and inherent good qualities.
Obeying a patriotic impulse Mr.
Katzenstein presented the dog to the
salvage department of the Red Cross.
The dog has a certified pedigree trac.
ing back to 17 champions through five
generations, and he has among his
progenitors such fine blood lines as
those of Champion Oorang, Cham
pion Benughfel Scepter and Cham
pion Soudan Swiveller.
Morning View Captain is a fine
specimen of his tribe, in head lines,
conformation, intelligence and fight
ing spirit. He is affectionate his
master, an ideal watch dog tad is
trained to trail and hunt individually
and with a pack.
The women also have in their pos
session six pedigreed collies, one ped
igreed Spitz dog and one of the "most
wonderful Angora cats In the coun
try." The latter is also blue-blooded,
with a pedigree dating back to the
time of Cleopatra, who "just simply
worshipped cats." ,
The salvage department has these
animals for sale and the money re
alized from them will be turned into
the Red Cross fund. .
Sales at the Red Cross booths at
Krug park, on the night of the Fourth,
realized over $135. ' . . ,
Would Make Nation Dry Six
Months After Bill Is Passed
liaOIIIMglWUi J a j VI a raauavma
advocates in the senate planned today
to seek changes in the pending Nor
ris amendment to the emergency ag
ricultural appropriation bill so as to
prohibit the sale ot w&isky, beer or
wine after six months.
As reported to the senate the Nor
ris amendment prohibits the sale or
withdrawal from bond - of , distilled
spirits and the manufacture of wine
except for export after June 30, 1919.
It would forbid the manufacture of
beer three months after approval of
the bill by the president.
Senator Norris of Nebraska, Sena
tor Hendricks of Wyoming and other
prohibition leaders now want to
make the period six months for all
intoxicants. If a recess is taken to
morrow, as planned, they will make
their fight for the change as soon as
Columbia University Man
' Elected to Head Teachers
Pittsburgh, Pa July S. George W.
Strayer of Columbia university, New
York, today was elected president of
the -National Education association
at the closing session of the fifty
sixth annual convention.
Other officers elected were: Vice
presidents: Mary C. C Bradford, Den.
ver; M. L. Bnttain, Atlanta; J. A.
Churchill, Salem, Ore.; M. B. Hille
gas, Montpelier, Vt.; John R. Kirk,
Kirksville, Mo.; Anna . Logan, Cin
cinnati; A. S. Cooke, Baltimore; H. R.
Driggs, Salt Lake City; F. L. Pinet,
Topeka, Kan.; Mrs. A. B. Purrman,
Chicago; Miss Mabel , Lawrence, St.
Cloud, Minn.; .treasurer, A. J.
Matthews, Tempe, Arit. 1
Omaha Provides 4,000 Men
For War Dicing June
Enlistments ' in the United States
navy at the Omaha recruiting station
were 815" recruits during June. En
listments in the army during the
month totaled 1,380, and nearly 2,000
national army men were sent from
Omaha to the government schdol t
Lincoln and to Fort Riley and Camp
. Omaha's June donation of man
power for the war cause is more
than 4,000 men.
Townley is Released on
, Charge Made, in St. Paul
St. Paul. July 5.The Minnesota
supreme court held today that A. C
Townley,? president of the Nonparti
san league, and Joseph Gilbert, league
organizer, did not violate any state
law by circulating certain literature
which referred to the war. The men
were indicted in Martin county on the
charge of attempting to discourage
enlistments. , ' .:
Columbua, Jnly . Bcorai . . R. H. R.
Telada . ...........'M.0 1
Columbua . ....4 T 0
Battariaa: Brady and Kelly; Sherman and
St. Paul. July S. Bcora: R. H. B.
Mtlwaukaa . ..............,.....'...4 S S
Bt Paul 1 10 1
Battariaa: Faath. Johnson and Murphy;
Rook, Herri tt and Cook.
BOSTON WINS OUT
IN TENTH INNING
Philadelphia, With Aid of
Pinch Hits, Rallies in Ninth
to Tie Score, But Loses
Philadelphia, July 5. With the aid
of two pinch hitters, two pinch run
ners and a hit batsman with the bases
filled, the Athletics rallied in the ninth
today and tied the score, only to have
Boston win out in the tenth when
after two were out Ruth drew Geary's
seventh pass, and scored on Mcln
nis' triple to right. Score was 4 to
3, making an even break of the four
game series. Score:
Hooper. rf S 1 1 0 O.Tamlan,rf i
0 Walker 1
1 'Munch, cf 1
Totala..Sl T 10 IS l'Parklna 0
l)uf an.ae 4
Totala..3S T 3016 J
Batted for Oardnnr In ninth, :
Ran for Walker In ninth.
Batted for Shannon In ninth.
Ran for Perklna In ninth.
Boiton .0 11000010 1 4
Philadelphia 100000001 0 J
Two-ba.e htta: Barbara, Aeoata, Walker.
Three-baao hit; Mrtnnla. Stolen baaea: Mo
Innla, Strunk (3), Srhanf, Trueadale, Kopp,
Aco.la. Sacrtflca hlta: Mclnnla, Agnew,
Strunk. Sacrifice fly: Strunk. Double playa:
Dunan to Burn, Gardner to 8hannon to
Burna. ).eft on baaea: Boaton, Si Phila
delphia, 10. Flrat baea on error.: Boaton,
1: Philadelphia, 1. Baaea on ball.: Off
Ruth, 4f off Geary, 1. Hit by pitched ball:
By Ruth, Kopp, struck out; By Ruth, 3; by
Oeary, 4. Wild pitch: Ruth.
t Tank Taka Third PIsm.
Waahtnfton, July S. Shaw outpltched
Hocrldge today and Waehlngton made It
three out of tour from New York by tak
ing the final game of tha aerlea,' I to 1.
The defeat put New ' York in third place.
Score: ' , -
NEW TORK. ' ' WASHINGTON.
Olhly.rf S 0 1 0 OShoton.lf 4 3 S 0 0
0 13 0 'mt'r..it. 4 0 110
111 OJuclge.lb 4 0 4 0 0
1 1 t OMllan.of 4 1 S 0
1 S 1 0Hhanke,rf 4 110 0
10 0 lLavan.M S S S 1 1
0 10 0Mrgan,3b 4 1 S 1 I
ISO OPcnlch.o I 1 I I 1
IIS OShaw.p 1001
Total SI SMS I 1 Total IS S IT I 4
One out when winning run (cored.
New Tork 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 01
Waihlngton . 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 S
Two-bae hit: Baker. Three-biue hit:
Shotton. Double playa: Lav.n to Morgan to
Judge. Left on baaei: New Tork, 6;
Waihlngton, S. First baae on error: New
Tork, S. Baaea on ball.: Oft Mogridga, 3;
off 8haw, 1. Struck out: By Shaw, I; by
Pacific Coast League
To Close Season Sunday
Seattle, Wash., July 5.The Pa
cific coast international base ball
league will close its 1918 season Sun
day, R. L. Blewett, president, an
nounced today. -
Seattle, Portland, Aberdeen and
Vancouver, Wash., have teams in the
league. The season opened with six
clubs playing. On account of poor
support, the number was later cut to
By playing until Sunday, the P. C.
I. league will retain its claim, granted
by the National Base Ball commis
sion, to the players, contracts and the
northwest territory, Mr. Blewett as
serted. Omaha Lawyers to Have
Field Day Next Thursday
The annual field day of the Omaha
Bar association will be held Thurs
day, July 11. Federal judges in Ne
braska, justices of the supreme court
and members of the Omaha bench
will be guests of the bar association.
The program includes luncheon at
12:15 at the Chamber of Commerce
in honor of the judges of the supreme
bench, an automobile parade at 1:30,
and an afternoon program and dinner
at Happy Hollow club house. After
noon events will include base ball,
golf, bowling and athletic stunts.
The Horrible Handicap
of Poisoned Blood
The Innocent Suffer Even Unto
the Third and Fourth Gen-
, erationi, But Relief Is
Now in Sight
It has long been accepted as a mat
ter of course that the tins ot the
fathers must be suffered by innocent
posterity, yet it is hard to become rec
onciled to this condition. . The heri
tage of physical infirmity is a handi
cap under which thousands must face
the battle of life.
-Scrofula it probably the most no
ticeable of the transmitted blood dis
orders, though there are other more
severe diseases of the blood that pass
from one generation to another. No
matter what inherited blood taint you
may be laboring under, S. S. S. offers
OMAHA, SATURDAY, JULY " 6, 1918.
Standing of Teams
Chicago .....47 20.70lcieveland .
New Tork... 43 34 .043 Boaton ....
Philadelphia 33 33 .S00New Tork..
Plttaburgh ..33 S4 .493Waehtngton
Boaton 31 87 .468Chlcago ...
Brooklyn ...28 17 .431St. Loula...
Cincinnati ..25 31 .89X Detroit ....
St. Loula,... 2 43. 882Phlladelphla
Plttaburgh, 10; New Tork,4.
St Loula. 0; Chicago, S.
No other gamea aoheduled. '
Washington, 3: New Tork, 1.
Boaton. 4; Philadelphia, I.
No other game lobaduled.
41 31 .880
,34 35 .493
,34 88 .472
.28 40 .412
25 43 .368
Dispute Interrupted by Rain
Fourth of July WiH Be Com
pleted Under Roof
John Pesek of Shelton, Neb., and
Charlie Peters of Papillion will re
sume tonight the wrestling hostilities
which were interrupted at Rourke
park Fourth of July by a rainstorm.
The Nebraska gladiators will clash
tonight at the Auditorium. The doors
will be opened at 8 o'clock.
Pesek and Peters wrestled 40 min
utes Fourth of July without a fall
when the rain became io heavy that
continuation was impossible.
When the match was called off
Promoter Jack Lewis announced it
would be continued at Rourke park
tonight. Then, yesterday when con
tinued unsettled weather threatened,
Lewis decided to take no. more
chances with the festive and fickle
Jupiter 'Pluvius and he made ar
rangements to place the bout in the
Auditorium. . ..;'
- Same Conditions. ...:"
The match will continue tonight
under the same conditions as it was
to have been held at Rourke park
Fourth of July. It will be two falls
out of three to a finish with no time
Holders of tickets to the Rourke
park match will be admitted tonight.
The seat coupons they retained will
be honored at the door and they will
be given choice seats on the main
floor near the ringside.
Balcony seats and remaining main
floor seats will be sold to the gen
eral public. They go on sale today.
Caddock Defeats Turk
In Two Straight Falls
In Contest at Casper
Casper. Wyo., July S.Sergeant
Earl Caddock, of Camp Dodge. la.,
retained the wrestling championship
of the world by taking two straight
falls from Yussiff Hussane, in their
match here tonight The firit was
obtained in on hour, one minute,
with a bar arm and head lock and
the second with a head scissors and
The second fall wal obtained in
1 minutes. '
Plestina Easily Wins
Match With Freberg
Cedar Rapids, la., July 5. Marin
Plestina, Omaha, defeated John Fre
berg, Chicago, in two straight falls
here today. He won the first fall in
24 minutes, the second in nine.
Before the match Carl Leonard,
Red Wing, Minn. fought Jimmie
Minor, Memphis, Tenn., eight rounds
to a draw.
Todays Sport Calendar
Racing Annual renewal ot the Valuation
Stake, at Latonla.
Tennla Central State ehamplonalilp tour
nament for mem open at St. Loula,
Boxing Patriotic boxing enow at Clere
land American league park. Roy Moore
ngainaO Jo Barman, 10 rotmdi, at Baltt
Tndlr anlnet Frank! Cat.
lahan, eight round, nt Atlantic City.
hope. This remedy has been in gen
eral use for more than fifty years. It
is purely vegetable, and contains not
a particle of any chemical, and acts
promptly on the blood by routing all
traces of the taint, and restoring it
to absolute purity.
Some of the most distressing cases
of transmitted blood poison have
yielded to the treatment of S. S. S.
and no case should be considered in
curable until this great remedy has
been given a thorough trial. S. S. S.
acts as an antidote to every impur
ity in the blood. You can obtain it
at any drug store. Our chief medi
cal adviser will take pleasure In giv
ing yon without cost any advice that
your individual case requires. Write
today to Swift Specific Co., 433 Swift
Laboratory, Atlanta, Ga,
ST. LOUIS TAKES
CLOSE GAME OFF
Cards Win When Gonzales Sin
gles, Is Sacrificed to Second,
Third on Wild Fitch;
Scored by Single.
St. Louis, July 5. St. Louis took
the last game of the series from Chi
cago today, 6 to 5, winning when Gon
zales singled, was sacrificed to second,
took third on a wild pitch and scored
on Heathcote's single. May got his
second major league hit, a home run,
in the second inning, which scored
McHenry and Gonzales. Score:
CHICAGO. 8T. LOUI8.
Flack.rf S 1 1 0 ORthcte.cf 4 15 0 0
1 OOrlmm.lb 4 0
1 OHrnaby.e 4 1
1 OBeall.rf S 1
3 0Batrd,3b 3 0
1 lMcHny.lf 2 1
1 10 S OOonzals.o 4 2
0 0 0 OMay.p 2 10
0 0 0 OJohn.tn.p 0 0 0
0 0 0 OPackrd.p 0 0 0
Total.. 20 S 27 8 2
Total.. 31 82611 1 a
One out when winning run (cored.
Batted for Carter In fourth.
Chicago 0 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 S
St. Loula t. 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 18
Two-base hit: Aldrldg, Flack. Three
baae hlta: Hornaby, Kllllfer. Home run:
May. Stolen baaea: Paskert, Hollocher, Gon
zales, Deal. Sacrifice hlta: Jobnaon, Merkle,
Packard. Sacrifice fly: Merkle. Double playa:
McHenry to Hornaby to Qonialea, Hornaby
(unaaalated). Left on baae: Chicago, 7; St.
Loula, 0. Flrat baae on errors: Chicago, 2;
St. Loula, 1. Baae on balls: Off Walker, S;
off Aldrldge, 3; off May 4. Hit: Off Wal
ker, 2 In on and one-third Innings; off Car
ter, 2 In one and two-thlrda lnninga; off
Aldrldge, 4 In five and one-third Inning.;;
off May, S In ix Innings (none out in sev
enth); off Johnson, 8 in two Innings (none
out in ninth); off Packard none In one in
ning. Struck out: By Walker, 1; by Aldrldge,
(; by May, 3; by Johnson, 1. Wild pitch:
Aldrldge. Passed ball: Kllllfer. Winning
pitcher: Packard. Losing pitcher: Walker.
Giants Los to Pirate. '
Plttaburgh, July 8. New Tork Io.t to
Pittsburgh here today,. 10 to 4. It waa
Plttaburgh' sixth consecutive victory.
109 S. 16th St. Opposite Hayden
Starts Saturday July the 6th at 9 A. M. i
Buy now! When we say reduction sale we venture to say that
every suit in the house is sold to you below the manufacture's cost.
We sell to you direct from our factory, no great expense at
tached to this. We always can save you $5.00 to $8.00 on every
garment you buy from us. Here we are:
Schupp pitched hi flrat game of the aea
son for the visitors, and wa very wild,
passing ten men and hitting two. Score
Caton.sa 2 1 1 i lBurni.lf t t t 0 0
0 OYoung.rf S 3
1 0Fletchr,s S 1
0 Doyle.2b 8
4 0Slklng.2b 1
1 0Zmrmn.3b 4
5 OHolke.lb 3
0 OWllholt.lf 4
1 lMcCarty.c 3
Molwti.lb 6 110
M'Kcne.Sb 4 0 0
Totala 34 0 24 10 3'Thorpe 1
Totals 28 7 27 14 1
Batted for Schupp in ninth.
New Tork ...0 0001000 24
Pittsburgh . .10101101 10
Home run: Cutahaw. Stolen bases: Cut-
ahaw, Southworth, Mollwltx. Sacrifice hlta:
uarey, uutanaw. Sacrifice fly: Fletcher.
Double plays: Wllholt and Doyle; Wllhott
and McCarty; Caton, Cutahaw and Moll
wltx; McKechnle, Cutshaw and Mollwltx;
Carey and Schmidt. Left on bases: New
Tork, 9; Pittsburgh, S. First base on er
rors: New Tork, 2; Pittsburgh, 1. Bases
on balls: Off Schupp, 10; Slapnlcka, I. Hit
by pitched ball:' By Schupp (Caton): Slan-
nlcka (Fletcher, McCarty.) Struck out: By
ncnupp, s; BiapnicKa, 1. wild pitch;
Blind Bogey Contest at
Miller Park Big Success
More than 90 golfers entered the
blind bogey contest, open to mem
bers and others, at Miller park the
Fourth, and the Red Cross was en
riched by returns of $46, the players'
entrance money. The contest 'was one
of the most successful ever held at
M. I. Dolphin, with an 84 net, and
J. M. Shackelford, with 109 and a 25
handicap, tied for first prize, a $5
Before the contest, some one, to
whom a member refers as "either a
vindictive vandal or a heartless hun,"
drove a heavy truck over No. 9 green,
thereby aiming directly at Alec Mel
vin, caretaker, who has worked hard
and earnestlv tn male the orr.nt nn.
of the finest in the city. Alec is look
ing lor tnat "some one.
Class 1 for Pitchers
Dallas, Tex., July 5. Pitchers Irv
insr Comoere and Sam I.ewi. nf the
Dallas, Tex., league club, were or
dered today by a Dallas exemption
board either to engage in a productive
occupation or be olaced in Claaa 1 nf
the selective service.
500 Hand-Tailored Suits, in all the leading styles and col
ors; sizes from 32 to 50; regulars, slims and stouts. Regular
$18.00 and $20.00 Suits, at
375 High-Grade Hand-Tailored Cheviot Suits, in all the
newest shades; fancy worsted cheviots and navy blue
serges; every one strictly fast colors. Regular price, $2800
to $30.00, Shirley's Price
OMAHA RIDERS WIN
IN POPOP RACES
Main Events at Grand Island
Captured by Boys From .
Gate City; Large ' .
Omaha riders who entered the pop
pop races held at Grand Island
Thursday afternoon showed up well
and came in for a big slice of the pit
when the money bags were cut. John
Bagley of Omaha carried off the coin
in the 25-mile motorcycle event with
Otto Ramer and Chick Egglson,
both of Omaha, following in second
and third positions. Bagley made th
race in 20:09. , '
The races drew a crowd of several
thousand persons including a delega
tion from the Omaha Motorcyclt
club. Proceeds went to the Red v
Although rain during the morning
threatened to interfere, it served
merely to lay the dust. Under the
management of Bradstreet of Grand
Island the races went off in good
time with the following results.
Fifteen-mile Side Car Race-;-WiIV
Goettsche of Grand Island riding a
Harley-Davidson won. Otto Ramer,
Omaha, second; Lindermen, Grand
Island, third. Time: 15:45.
Twenty-five-mile Race for Stock
Machines (Hall county riders only) 4
Powell of Grand Island riding an In- .,
dian won. Hanson and Isdale, also
of Grand Island, "second and third.
Time: 24:50. ( '
Hundred-mile Race for Profession
als Don Johns riding an Indian won.
Frank Woods. Omaha, second; Mur
ray, Grand Island, third; John Bage- :
ley. Omaha, fourth. Time: 1:21:03.:
OMAHA VS. ST. JOSEPH
July 6, 7, 7 Rourke Park.
Two gam Sunday July 7.
Saturday, July 6, game called 3:15.
Bos Seats at Barkalow Bros.
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