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THE BEE! OMAHA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1918.
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RUN BEATS CUBS;
GIANTS DROP TWO
Cincinnati Winner for First
Time This Season on Polo
Grounds; Boston Over -Top
- Brooklyn, Aug. 7. Mack Wheat's
flome run with two on bases in the
fourth inning beat Chicago here to
dy, 3 to 2. Burleigh Grimes would
have scored a shutout but for errors
by Doolan and Olson. Score:
' , CHICAGO. . BROOKLYN.
AB.H.OA.E. AB.H.O.A B.
F!ek,rf 4 14 0 OJohn'n.lf 4 114 0
HoU'er.ss 4 11 I OOUon.M Hill
Mnn.lt 4 110 SDaub't.lb 4 Sill 0
Fask't.cf 4 lit Z.Wh't,H I I I I 0
Merkle.lb 4 1 t 1 OMyers.cf SOI 1 0
Pk'Mb 10 0 1 CCM'm.lb I 1 t 1 0
Zeldsr.lb S S l lDooIan.lb S 0 4 4 I
O'Fa'ell.o I 14 0 lM.Wh't,0 S 1 S 4 0
Pougl'a.p 1 0 0 1 OGrlmes.p 1 1 S i0
Carler.p 0 0 ISO
Hend'tx.p 0 0 1 10 Totili it 1 17 11 t
' 'Barber 1 I I 0 0
Deal 1 0 0-0 0;
tMot'ab 1 0 00 0
Total JS 24 H
Batted (or Douglas In fifth. . ' '
Butted for Carter In seventh. .
c t Batted for Zelder In ninth. , '
Chicago .......0 lit 0,1 01
Brooklyn ...... 0 0 0 I 0 0 0 0 0 I
Two-baa hit! Hollocher. Bom run; M.
Wheat Stolen bases: Johnston. Olson.
Uoubl plsy Carter and Merkle; Olson and
I'aubert. Left on bases: Chicago. S;
Brooklyn; 1 First baa on error: Chicago,
2: Brooklyn. 1. Base on balla: Off Doug
- In, 1- Crimea, . Hit: Oft Douglas, 4 iln
' four Inning! off Carter, 1 In two innings)
a ' Hendrlx, nons In two Inning. Hit by pltcb-
d ball: By Grime (0'Farrll). Struck
out: By Douglaa, 1: Orlmea, t. Wild pitch
Douglas, Winning pltchrt Orlmea. Los
v . ing pitcher: Douglaa. ,
. v. . f ' New York Beaten Twine. '''
New York, Aug. Cincinnati defeated
New Tork In both lection of a double
header her today, I to , and 4 to I. It
wa the f list tlma Cincinnati had sroh
' gamt on the Polo ground thl aeaion.
8eor first gam: 7 v V.' -
Cincinnati ...... 0 1 0 0 4 0 0 0 1 S IS ' 0
New tork ........0 0 1 1 0 9 9 01 U 0
Batter!; Schneider, Eller and Wlngoj
perrltt, Schupp and lloCarty.
... Second games
R. H. B.
Cincinnati ,..!..! 0 0 0 I 0 0 I 0
Now Tork ......1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I IS S
: Batteries:, BraIr and Wlngo; Demare
and Rarldea. . - '
Marer Waiter of Old Team Mate. " '
Philadelphia, Aug. 7. Mayer waa muter
of hi former teammate at all time to.
day, and Pltteburgh mad It two itralght,
cor 4 to . The Phlillea run wero both
au o muff of flic. ; Score: '
Pittsburgh ......t 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 14 1 S
Philadelphia ....1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 t T . 1
Batterte: Mayer and Schmidts Wation
. , and Adam.'-.
; Brate Wta In EInUi.
' " Boiton, Aug. 7. Chadbourne'o atngla,
Terry' nacrlftc hit and J, C. Smith' dou
. bto to th left field wall in th laat of the
llth Inning gave Boiton ilUI victory,
. Score: ) ;
R H K
fit Loui ... otooicotoo 0 ' I i
Boiton ....... O0S0O0000 1-U 11 t
Batter lee: Packard and Oonxalea; Cran
Sail and Wllion.
Amateur Leagues Will
Games on Next Sunday
The championship series of the B
and C leagues of the Omaha Amateur
Base, Ball association are scheduled
to start Sunday. The first game of
a three-same series will be played
- at the; Holmes park, wheri the J. B.
Koots and the Daily News teams
will mix at 130. A second same will
be played by the Sample-Harts and
the National Cash Registers. ,
Another double header is billed for
Krug park between teams of the
Greater Omaha league. The Kraji
ceks and the Murphy Did Its will
open, and the second game will be
between the Holmes and Metcalfes.
At Athletic park the Longeways and
, Breselins will tangle. s "
The ooeninir contest of all double
headers will start promptly at 1 :30
: and the second battle will be staged
at 3:30. The same interest is appar-
, ent tnat has tnarkea these games in
previous years and plans are being
' made for a large attendance. : All
teams are playing fast ball and gdod
games are assured for Sunday.
Navy Team to Cross Bats
with Armours Next Sunday
The Navy team will cross bats. Snn
day with the Armour " Packine Co.
. team at Rourke park, and a rattling
good contest is promised the base ball
lans. ine game will be called at 3:15.
Desdune't band wilt furnish music.
Twenty per cent of the proceeds will
be given the Red Cross.
Two weeks from Sunday the Navy
team plays the Cleaners and Dyers of
Lincoln at Rourke park. The entire
net proceeds of this game will go to
the Red Cross. -
The navy men find the Red Cross
women very helpful in making life
pleasant in a variety of ways for the
, recruits. The team will show Its ap
preciation of their j4 by sharing toe
proceeds or tneir games with them.
Pabcr Overcome by Heat. ,
Great Lakes, Ills, Aug. 7. Urban
- "'Red faber, who pitched the Chi
cago Americans to victory in the
" world's series in New' York last fall,
and who is now a Jackie at the
Great Lakes Naval Training station,
vas overome by heat today. He was
r "oved to a hospital, out his con
liiuiu was wi(ijiot tq be serious,. -
Standing of Teams
NATL LEAGUE AMER. LBAOUB
Chicago .. l(S4.6S7Boton ....42 41 .601
New Tork.J6l42.ll4fCleveIand ..SS4S.S47
PltUburgh .it 45 .614 IWaahlngton it 4i .664
ClnclnnaU .46 61 .444 Chicago ..60 (1 .400
Pblladelph. 44 61 .464 New Tork. .41 61 .480
Brooklyn ..4 6l.454)it. LouU.,47 64 .446
Boaton 46 61 ,450Detrolt ...44 67.4S4
St. Loul...41ll.404PhUadlpb. 4141.401
Chicago, I; Brooklyn I.
Cincinnati, 1-4; New Tork, 1-1.
PltUburgh, 4; Philadelphia, 2.
St, Louli, t; Boiton, 4.
Boiton, Si Detroit, 11.
Washington, 0; Cleveland, t,
Philadelphia, 1-0; St. Louie, 3-4
Chicago, S-4; New Tork, 4-0.
Washington at Cleveland, -
Philadelphia at St. Louie.
New Tork at Chicago,
Boiton at Detroit.
Cincinnati at New Tork.
Pltteburgh at Philadelphia.
St. Loul at Boaton. ,
Chicago at Brooklyn.,
LEADERS IN RACE
BY HARD HITTING
j. Bush Driven Out of Box in
Two Innings at Detroit;
- Cleveland Loses' to
Detroit, AueT,'' 7. Detroit .1 won
from Boston, 11 to 8, today, knocking
J. Bush out of the box in two in
nings and coupling hits with bases on
balls off Kinney, Score;
Boiton ..,.,,.1 0 0 0 1 4 0 0 2-- S T 1
Detroit ........4 1 0 1 0 0 0 S 11 IS 1
Batterte : J. Buih, Pertlca, Kinney and
Mayer, Schang; C. Jonei, Hall, Daue and
Blanage, Tell. .
Jtirif Figure la Victory.
Cleveland, Aug. I, Judge' batting wa a
big taotor today In th eooond gam of th
aeries, Washington defeating Cleveland, 4
to S. He drove in three run and scored
on hlmeelf. Boor I .
' 1 R H E
Washington ...,1 0 4 0 0 1 1 0 1 S 14 i
Cleveland 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 11 7 1
Battarle: Johnaon and Almmlth: Morton.
Enimann and O'Nolll. .
St. Loul Takes Two Fnat Game.
St. Loul., Aug. 7. St. . Loul defeated
Philadelphia In two fast game, 1 to 1 and
l to 0. Th second gam wa played in
the short time ot 1 hour and 0 mlnutei.
Score, lint games
Philadelphia ...0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 01 S I
SU Louts 0 0 0 S 0 0 1 0 1 4 I
Batteries: ' Johnson and Firkins: Wright
Second game: ,
Philadelphia ...0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 4 I
St. Loul .,1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 4 S 1
Batteries: Adams. Watson and MoAvoy:
Lettteld and Severeid.
Chicago Hake Clean Sweep.
Chicago. Aug, 7. Chicago mad a clean
sweep ot the erles with New Tork by
winning both game ot a double header
today, S to 4and 4 to 0, respectively.
The tint gam wa a slugging match In
which many extra-bai hit figured. In
the eeond game Chicago scored all It
run by bunching two-base hit consecu
tively. Score, firtit game:
New Tork .,.,..0 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 04 14 0
Chicago 2 0 4 1 0 0 1 0 S 17 0
Batteries: Love, Finneran and Walter;
Clcotte, Schalk and Jaoob.
New Tork .....0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 10 0
Chicago ......i.O 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 4 6 2
Batter Ice I Sanders, Keating and Hannah;
Schellenback and Schalk.
Jess Willard Heads Chicago
Athletic Carnival Program
Chicago, Aug. 7. Four 'world's
champions, several picked teams and
a score of other boxers will compete
in the athletic and military carnival
at Comiskey park next Saturday af
ternoon for the Salvation Army over
seas fund. .:: rV..
The program announced today is
headed by Jess Willard, the heavy
weight champion, Vho is coming
from his home in Lawrence, Kan.
Other title holders scheduled to ap
pear are Benny Leonard, Johnny
Kilbane and Ted Lewis. ! Jack Demo-
sey, the conqueror of Fred Fulton,
Eddie McGoorty, Charlie White,
Tom Gibbons, Pal Moore and others
also are on the program.
a he contests will be the, first to be
staged in public in Chiago since the
lid was clamped on the ring sport
several years ago. ;
Sets Swimming Uncord.
New York, Aug. 7.--Duke Kahana
moku, the Hawaiian swimmer, es
tablished a wnrlrl'a rernr,! fn 17?
yards, when he covered the distance
i : :,i .
m (mimic, i na seconas, de
feating Leo Geible of the New York
Athletic club in the pool at Brighton
Beach tonight. The former record
was 1:16 1-5. ,
Trophy Cup Offered, a
v New York. Aug. 7.A trophy cup
valued at $500 has been offered by
William G. Coxe, president of the
Atlantic Coast Shipyards league, to
the winning shipyard baseball team
of the nation, it was announced to
day. Winners of the Atlantic and
Pacific coast league will contest for
the cup.. - ' ,,.,s,:i i '
Additional Sport Page 5.
Toddy' 'a Movie Programs
RIALTO MARGUERITE CLARK IN
HVtiJ, WARREN KERRIGAN IN
"A BURGLAR FOR A NIGHT."
MUSE JUNE CAPRICE IN "MISS
EMPBEHH THEDA BARA IN "THE
LOTHBOP 24tb and Lothrop. NOR
MA TALMADGH IN "THE SAFETT
ORPHKIM S4th and M. WILLIAM
FARNUM IN "THE PLUNDERER."
ROHLFF 2569 Leavenworth. WIL
LIAM FARNUM IN "THE BONDMAN."
ALU AM UK A 24th and Parker. WIL
LIAM DESMOND IN "CLOSING IN."
AFOM.O 29th and Leavenworth.
WILLIAM S. HART IN "WOLVES OF
(JK.VM lfith and Btnney. GLADYS
BROCKWELL IN "THE SCARLET
Empress A modernized version of ''Th
Clemenceau Caie," a picturlzatlon of th
Dursaa novel, will be ihown at the Emprem
theater for th laet three day of thl week,
featuring Theda Bara a Iza, th model. In
thl character the atar ha an opportunity
to do ome of her beet vamping, and aha
doe it with a seat too and ilk all vam
pires, h meats her Just desert at the and
of the torjv
Chestnut Peter and Wilkes
. Brewer Win Cleveland Race
Cleveland, Aug. 7. North Randall
Champion stallions stakes: 3-year-old
trotters, value $7,500: Chestnut
Peter won: Peter Vonia, second;
Holly Roo4 Bob, third. Best time:
Plain Dealer 2:07 trot, value 03,000:
Wilkes Brewer won; Mack Forbes,
second; Blanche Carter, third. Best
McMullen and Risberp Quit
Chicago Americans to Enlist
Chicago, Aug. 7. Fred McMullin,
third baseman, and Charley Risberg,
star utility man, left the Chicago
American hasp ball cluh tonio-ht and
Started for the Pacific coast, where
they plan to enlist McMullin plans
to become a jackie at the San Pedro
submarine base, while Risberg will
enlist at the Presidio at San Fran
cisco. Sixteen of the White Sox
players have enlisted up to the pres
Swimming Team Exonerated.
New York, Aug1. 7. -The members
of the Hawaiian swimming team tour
ing this country were absolved today
of charges of falsifying and increasg
ing their expense- accounts, at a
special inquiry by Amateur Athletic
Fulton Quits. Ring; Is Mill Guard
Minneapolis. Auk. 7. Fred Fulton.
heavy weight boxer, announced here
today that he had quit the prize ring
until after the war. He has obtained
a position as guard and helper in
a local flour mill.
Calendar of Sports
Trotting The Alabama Stakes, for fillies,
B years old, at Saratoga, tireat Western
circuit meeting at Burlington, la.
Shooting Grand American Handicap
Trapshootiisk tournament at Chicago,
the Pm the-'
Presents Today-Friday. Saturday
That Popular Fello.r
"A Burglar for 3 Jight"
In 3vhich Warren as an amateur cracks-
man steals the papers, the heart of the :
girl, and the heart of everyone in the ;
.audience as well. '
BHHe Rhodes Comedy News Weekly
1 Sunday-CARLYLE BLACKWELL :
T?HOTO PLtW OFFERINGS
6007. Warren Kerrigan In "A Burglar
for a Night," has a comedy drama with a
plot that carries with It an Interesting love
story, and when Kerrigan assumes the role
of a psendo burglar n the pursuit of love
and adventure he finds himself tangled op
In a predicament that is hard to escape
with a chance of saving his facs. Kerrigan
1 supported by an able cast and the whole
make a photodrama of Interest and one
that contains many a laugh for the audi-
Blalto Marguerite Clark in "Prunella,"
plays the part on the screen in which she
succeeded as an actress on the speaking
stage. Prunella Is being brought up by
three aunts, Brim, Privacy, and Prude.
When the strolling player come to town,
he In her peeps over the wall, is spied by
Pierrot, and that night the two elope.
Three years later, Aunts Prim and Prude
ara dead and Prtvaoy sells the house to
Pierrot, who has deserted Prunella. That
right, Pierrot, walking In th garden,
meets Prunella, avows his 'love and all is
well that ends well. , It Is a charming story
and Miss Clark appears at her best indeed.
Mnse June Caprice appearing In "Mies
Innocence," will be th offering her again
todav in a story ot a girl who haa been
railed in ignorance' of the world behind
convent walls. She bruihe agalmt th
outer edge of a world that is not alto
gether nice, but comes through unscathed.
Miss Caprice makes a pleasing girl heroine
and eh is well supported by ber cast.
Brsndels Both romance and war are
welded In Interesting scenes In "To Hell
With th Kaiser," which Will b th attrac
tion for a limited engagement at the
Brandel. beginning Saturday. August 10.
In this Screen Classic, Inc., master-drama.
a romance with an American hero and
heroin runs parallel with the expose of the
kaiser's machination toward the conquest
of 0J world.
Besae William 8. Hart In "Selfish
Yates." will be th feature here today and
Friday. Hart portrays th part of the most
elfish and egotistical man in ma worm.
but discovers that he ha a heart at the
same time that ho learns that he is- in
love with a good woman. On Saturday will
be seen William Duncan In "A Fight for
Millions," and also Fatty Arbuokla In "The
Apollo William S. Hart wht b seen here
today and tomorrow in "Wolves of the
Rail." Hart playa the part of a real bandit,
and exciting scenes follow one another with
astonishing rapidity. On Saturday will be
soen Barbara Castleton In ' ''Heart of a
Girl," a pleasing drama, of th love ro
mance ot a young girl.
LaWTl si ! m j
WITH THE KAISER
NORMA TALMADGE in
"THE SAFETY CURTAIN"
i , . caprice i
X "Miss Innocence"
f, Albambra William Desmond In "Closing
n." a play with a myatery and plenty of
bad and good men to kgfep things Inter
esting for a big cast will be hers today. On
Friday comes Bessie Love In a comedy
drama, "A Little Sister ot Everybody,'' and
there will also be shown the English war
news, Saturday come Tom Mix in a part
laid In. the Canadian country, "Ace High."
Mix has the pleasure of playing a part that
hi- enacted In real life, for he was once a
member of the Canadian mounted police.
There will also be shown on this day a
Fox comedy and the Paths News.
Rohlff William Farnum in "The Bond
man," a play of a lifelong hunt for revenge
which is given up at the last moment for
the love of a girl will be the feature here
today. The scenes are aet In Iceland, where
Farnum 1 pictured as one of the strong
i TWO SHOWS IN ONE."
DE PACE OPERA CO.
A Combination of Music and Song.
END OF A PERFECT DAY,
Comedy Sketch. '
Mysterious Novelty Entitled.
"ALMOST TOO LATE."
Singing " Comedienne.
MUTT & JEFF CARTOON
. WM. FOX Prssenti
In a Modernised Version of '
"THE CLEMENCEAU CASE."
Greatest Vampire Pictur Ever Mad.
Today - FM&y - dM
Saturday f. jLhmft
men and th champion wrestler ot the
Island. On Friday will be seen Bessie Love
In 'The Great Adventure," a photoplay with
an Interesting love story. Gladys Brockwell
will be seen Saturday In "The Scarlet
Orpheum (South Side) William Farnum
in "The Plunderer," one of Farnum's big
features of the year will be at this theater
today and Friday. On Saturday will be
shown William 8. Hart in one ot his west
ern dramas, and also Alma Reubens in the
feature drama, "The Painted Lily." Miss
Reubens plays a light part that calls for
dramatic talent and yet she has plenty of
laughs for the audience all through the film.
Lothrop Norma Talmadge In "The Safety
Curtain," one of the big releases ot the
il w A ,y and a little sorrow - alt
feifO -those symbols of love
You'll forget about all other "Drives"
When you attend the opening of the
of the Theatrical Season of 1918-'19
STARTS SAT. MAT., AUGUST '10
, , Seat Sale Begins Thursday at 10 a. m.
uIehoSo, BILLY ATI LI I GTC
and The Brand New
An all New Production; nothing left but the title in
which you have unlimited confidence.
fctSS- Ballet ,e Allied nations
. . .. 4.."; ..-'V'.,"
Same Old Satisfactory
Lacties' Dime Mat Every
Week Day, Including Sat
Performance Twice Dailyr-?U5
prear with -this star, will be shown horn for
the laat times today. The play la a power
ful story with fins dramatio affects obtain
ed by Miss Talmadge. In addition to th
feature there will be shown a comedy and
the Paths News. On Friday comes Con
stance Talmadge In "Good Night Paul.''
Grand Gladys Brockwell in "The Scarlet
Road," will be the offering hers today In a
sensational love drama with a moral lesson
attached. There will also b run the allies
war review. No. 6 and a Billie Rhode
comedy. On Friday will be seen Gladys
Leslie In "The Little Runaway," a comedy
drama. Saturday will be shown Nell Ship
man and Alfred Whitman In their dual lead
drama, "The Horn Trail." It Is a real
American story, full of ginger and with
splendid dramatio effects In th climaxes.
simple tale of
the flowers, music
Pierrette? vx thxa
and 8:15, Surjday Mat. 4
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