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THE BEE.' OMAHA, TUESDAX, JUL 1, iai.
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THREE IN SERIES
iajhaw'xers Pound Ball All
Over , the Lot and Beats
V Omaha by a Lop
Wichita, Kan., June 30. Wichita
slammed the ball all over the lot
while Omaha played town ball and
the locals made it 3 out of 4. Score:
AB R BH PO A B
1 S 8 0 1
JitrkHon, lb 1
(lrhsm, cf A 0
Klrhy, If 5 0
Hair, e 1
Hpellman, rf 3 1
Harhenu. Sb ... J
Masiui, sa 8
Shlnkle, p 4 1
Totals 83 7 0 U S 4
WUhott, ft 8 8 15 0 0
Mueller, lb 2 1 8 J
MrUrlita, If 8 8
Meloan, rf 5
Washburn, Jb 4 1 S 8 0
Varyan. Sb 4 8 1 0 3 6
lleri.r.' 3 8 115 0
wash, a 4 8 8 3 1 0
Carlo, p ,...1 0 0 0 1 0
Total! 3 18 13 87 IS 0
Omaha 0 0 8 0 0 0 3 1 1 7
U l.-I.lt. 4 S 3 0 1 1 0 8 x 15
Score by Innings: Two-base hits: "llholt,
Melotin, 8 1 Varyan. Newasha, t; flpellmun.
Sacrifice hits: Mueller, Berjer, Carlo, 8.
Itoublo play: Berger, Washburn, Mueller,
tt Glelason, Mason and Jackson. Left on
ba mi Wichita, 7; Omaha. 6. Banes on
balls: Off Carlo, 5; off Norman, 8 1 off
Rhlnkle, T. lilt by pitcher: Mueller.
Htrurk out: Norman, S. Time: t hours.
Umpires: Eckoian and Hulhurt.
Oilers Take Two From
Boosters by Good Playing
Tulsa, June 30. Timely hitting
and superb pitching enabled Tulsa
to take a pair of pitchers' battles
from Des Moines today, the second
In the eleventh inning. Score:
Firat same R- H. E.
pes Moines .... 0 0 0 0 ! 02 2
fulsa, 0 0 1 0 0 3 3 0 X 6 12 1
Batteries Musser, Payns and Kills;
Burham and Manlon.
Second game H. E.
Des Moines ,...0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 02 4 1
fulsa 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 3 10 0
Batteries Boyd and Walker; Ghackle
.ford ind O'Brien.
Oklahoma Makes it Three
Out of Four, From the Soo
Oklahoma City, Okl., June 30.
Oklahoma City made it three out
of four from Sioux City by winning
the final game of the series, 7 to 3.
Bloux City 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 03
Oklahoma City 00012022 x 7
'Batteries Sioux City. East, Lyons and
Schmidt; Oklahoma City, Meadows, Mas
ters and Griffith.
Miners-Saints Game Is
Postponed; Two Tomorrow
Joplin, Mo., June 30. St. Joseph
Joplin game postponed; wet
grounds, double header tomorrow.
Gov. Lowden, Illinois,
Vetoes Boxing Bill
- for Ten-Round Bouts
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Springfield, 111.,' June 30. Gov.
Frank O. Lowden today vetoed the
1. ... ! Kill n v,. isle rr ( rf 1 fi-i"11tl A
fights in Illinois under supervision
of commission of three. He held
that the bill was unconstitutional as
passed by the legislature, which can
not re-enact the measure at this ses
sion. Pirates Beat Cardinals,
to 1 in 6ood Game
Pittsburgh, June 30. Pittsburg
defeated -St. Louis ftoday, 4 to 1.
It was the tenth anniversary of the
opening of Forbes field, and two
players took part in today's game
that appeared in the lineup ten
years . ago Adamson, Pittsburgh,
and Miller of St. Louis, both being
members of the Pittsburgh team at
that time. Score: .
R H B
St Louis ......0 0 0 0 1 0 0 01 I 0
Pittsburgh. ...1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 x I S 2
Battery: Tuero. May and Bnyder;
Adam and Schmidt,
Reds Take Two From Cubs.
Chicago, June 80. Cincinnati took two
game from Chicago today, 4 to 1 and
1 to 1 The visitors bunched hits off
Douglaa lor the first victory, while er
rors by the locals gave them the aecond
First game: R. H. E.
Cincinnati .... 1 t 0 0 0 1 04' ' 6
Chicago 0 0010000 0 1 6 1
Batteries: Buether and Wlngo; Douglas
Second game: R H E
Cincinnati .....0 0 0 0 I 0 0 1 0 a ' fl
Chicago .......I 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01 8
Batteries s Ring and Wlngo; Martin, Hen
drlx and O'Farrell.
Giants Win From Boston.
Boston. June 80. New York made Its
hits count and defeated Boston, 7 to 4,
today. Boston outhlt New York, but by
poor base running threw away chances
to acors. Score : R. H. E.
New York ...S 1 1 0 S 0 0 07 11 3
Boston 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 14 IS 1
Batteries Causey, Benton and Con
soles ; Cheney, Keating and Wilson.
TTormnw Tpfat.9 Branrleis.
Herman, - Neb., June 30. (Spe
cial.) Te locals defeated the fast
Brandeis base ball team here yester
day, 3 to 1. Marty O'Toole started
the game for the visitqrs, but was
replaced in the seventh in favor of
Pendleton. Fitch pitched for Her
man, striking out nine men and al
lowing but three hits. The same
teams will play a dauble-header here
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IN NINTH ROUND
Singles by Walker and Strunk
and Thomas Walk Scores
Scores Winning Tally;
Score. 4 to 3.
Philadelphia, June 30. Singles by
Walker and Strunk, following a pass
to Thomas in the ninth, gave Phila
delphia the devision over Washing
ton today, 4 to 3. Grover's fielding
was brilliant. Score:
R. H. E.
Washington ...0 0003000 0 3 1
Philadelphia ..02100000 1 4 IS 1
Batteries Robertson, Craft and Ghar
rlty; Rogers and McAvoy,
; Detroit Beats St Louis.
St. Louis, June 30. Detroit burled Dav
enport under an avalanche of base hits
In the second Inning, when the visitors
scored four runs and won he opening
game of the series from St. Louis today,
6 to 1. Score:
R. H. B.
Detroit 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 1 06 11 0
St. Louis 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 6 2
Batteries: Boland and Alnsmlth; Dav
enport, Koob, Wright and Severeld.
Yankees Win Twice.
New York, June 30. New York won
both games of a double-header from Bos
ton today, starting an eighth Inning rally
In each to overcome a one-run lead of the
Red Sox. The soores were 7 to 4 and
4 to 2.
The world champions fielded poorly In
the first contest and lost despite Ruth's
home run, with bases full, In the sixth in
ning. . Pennock went along well In the second
game until the eighth, when the Yankees
bunched four hits with a pass for three
First game R. H. E.
Boston 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 i 1
New York 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 4 7 14 0
Batteries: James and Schang, Walters;
Shawkey and Hannah.
Score second game R. H. E.
Boston 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 01 4 1
New York 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 S 4 12 1
Batteries: Pennock and Schang;
Schneider, Qulnn and Hannah.
, White Hose Beat Naps.
Cleveland, June SO. Chicago defeated
Cleveland. 5 to 2, today In a stormy
game. Manager Qleason waa ejected from
the field for protesting a decision. Later
the Cleveland team delayed the game ten
minutes, insisting Cicotte had made a
balk. Score: R, H. E.
Chicago 0 10 11110 0 6 14 1
Cleveland .....0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 02 1 4
Batteries Cicotte and Schalk: Bagby,
Phillips, Myers and O'Neill, Nunamaker.
Minneapolis, June 20. Score:
Batteries Graham, Kail and LaLonge;
Burke, Patterson and Owens.
St. Paul, June 20. Score: R. H. E.
Milwaukee 4 2
St. Paul 6 7 2
Batteries: Howard, Faeth and Lee;
Monroe, Browne and Hargravs.
Louisville, June 30. Score: R. H. E.
Toledo 1 2 0
Batteries MlIJus and Kelley; Stewart
Indianapolis, June 30. Score:
R. H. E.
Columbus ,3 t 0
Indianapolis .4 10 3
Batteries: Sherman and Wagner; Cavet
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Base Ball Standings
Won Lost Pet.
Oklahoma City 32 20 .615
OMAHA 29 26 .627
St. Joseph 24 24 .600
Joplin 2 26 .600
Dee Moines 26 26 .500
Tulsa 28 30 .183
Sioux City 22 28 .440
Wichita 24 31 .436
Tulsa, 5-3; Des Moines, 2-2. (11 Innings.)
Wichita, 16: Omaha, 7.
Oklahoma City, 7; Sioux City, 2.
St. Joseph-Joplin Rain.
St. Joseph at Joplin two games. No
other games scheduled.
New York 16 19
Cincinnati 37 21
Chicago 32 29
Pittsburgh 31 28
Brooklyn 28 29
St. Louis 26 32
Boston 19 35
Philadelphia 18 - 34
Cincinnati, 4-2; Chicago, 1-1.
St. Louts. 4; Pittsburgh, L
New York, 7; Boston, 4.
Today's Game. .
Philadelphia at Boston.
Brooklyn at New York.
St. Louis at Pittsburgh.
Cincinnati at Chicago.
New York ; 34
St. Louis 27
New York, 7-4: Boston, 4-2.
St. Louis, 1; Detroit, 6.
Philadelphia, 4; Washington, I.
Chicago, 5; Cleveeland, 2.
Detroit at St. Louis.
New York at Washington.
. Chicago at Cleveland.
Boston at Philadelphia.
Louisville , . .
St. Paul . ...
Columbus . . .
Milwaukee . .
Minneapolis, 8; Kansas Ctty, I.
Louisville, (; Toledo, 1,
St. Paul, 5; Milwaukee, 4.
Indianapolis, 4; Columbus, t.
GADDOGK MAY BE
REFEREE OF BIG
JULY 4 WRESTLE
Ed "Strangler" Lewis, and a
mountain of baggage consisting of
apparatus, with which he -perfects
his famous "headlock" and other
holds, will arrive in Omaha today,
according to a telegram received
from him by Gene Melady.
: The, "Strangler" says he is in the
pink of condition for the Independ
ence day bout with Joe Stecher, and
confident of winning 'the match in
short order. He will work out at
the Athletic club until the day of the
Stecher is expected to come to
Omaha Wednesday and continue his
preparations for the bout. He has
been working industriously and
never entered the ring in better con
dition than he is today. Reports
of his condition have heartened mat
fans and he is being- quoted an
odds-on favorite in the betting.
Caddock May Referee.
With the arrival of the two prin
cipals . in Omaha, the selection of
the referee will be given first con
sideration. Stecher still insists that
a Nebraska man be chosen, and
Lewis is equally as determined that
an outsider be chosen.
Should the selection of a referee
be left to Gene Melady, as the ar
ticles provide in case of a disagree
ment, it is not unlikely that Earl
Caddock, the champion, will be the
Caddock would prove a big draw
ing card if selected as referee. With
the possible exception of Stecher, he
is the : most popular wrestler that
ever appeared in an Omaha ring.
His followers in Omaha are desirous
of seeing the condition in which he
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BARRING OF THE
Willard's Favorite Blow Asked
Not to Be Allowed Before
Challenger Enters Ring
in Big Fight.
Toledo, June 30. Barring of the
rabbit punch, one of Champion Jess
Willard's favorite deliveries, will be
demanded by Jack Kearns, manager
of Jack Dempsey, before he allows
the challenger to enter the ring with
Willard July 4. Kearns made known
his decision tonight.
The punch is a blow delivered to
the back of the neck while the men
are fighting in clinches with at least
one arm free. Both Willard and
Dempsey have been using it with
punishing effect in their training
bouts and Manager Kearns claims
that while the blow is a favorite with
the champion, it is not at all im
portant in Dempsey's repertoire of
Such a delivery is barred and has
been forbidden in big fights. The
rules of the Toledo boxing commis
sion are silent about this punch.
They insist upon clean breaks and
prohibit the kidney punch while the
boxers are clinched. The blow,
however, is permissible under the
Toledo rules if the boxers are not
locked in an embrace.
Kearns said he will request Ollie
Pecord. referee, to see that the
punch is not delivered and will in
sist upon having an understanding
with Willard to that effect before
the day of the contest.
Dempsey was measured for height
this afternoon by William Muldoon
of New York, whose figures gave
him six feet, two inches.
Dempsey did his last boxing to
day, when he finished four rounds.
The challenger plans to loaf about
his camp, eating and drinking what
he pleases, merely taking light
walks to keep his muscles loosened.
The cut over Willard's eye was
opened today while he was boxing
with Walter Monahan, but the
blood was quickly stopped. The
champion does not believe the
wound will bother him to any
extent even if opened in the Inde
pendence day contest. He boxed
six rounds this afternoon and plans
to continue work with the gloves
tomorrow and Wednesday, resting
The total receipts passed the half
million mark today and there was
indication that all records for re
ceipts for any form of a one-day
exhibition or entertainment would
be broken within the next 24 or 48
hours." Not more than one-third of
the seats have been disposed of to
Betting on the result is not as
great as has been the case in some
previous heavyweight champion
ship contests. There is a noticeable
absence of Willard backing while
there is all kinds of Dempsey
money, with the result that the chal
lenger's supporters do not ask odds,
being satisfied to cover Willard
coin at about even money.
returned from overseas and would
give him a royal welcome. .
Neither of the principals feel un
kindly toward Earl and he may
prove the happy solution to the
fight now being waged over the
Fans Like "Breeze."
The "North Pole Breeze" invent
ed by Manager Charles Franke of
the Auditorium and Carl Marfisi,
who is assisting Gene Melady in
managing the show, is proving a
great drawing card. A system of
fans circulating the air over 40,000
pounds of ice will Keep tne building
cool no matter what ti tempera
ture may be on the outside.
The Bee Want Ads are Uie Best
Takes Good Guesser to Pick
Winner in Toledo Big Scrap
Toledo, Ohio, June 30. The fel
low who picks the winner of the big
fight correctly is just a good guess
er, and don't let any one tell you that
he isn't. He knows right now that
his pick is only a hope. It's just
like tossing a coin. Sport writers
who have followed the boxing game
for years come here and for the life
of them they can't figure this thing
Of course there are fellows who
dropped in with their minds fixed
and won't change. They're like the
democrats who are democrats be
cause their fathers were. It is prob
ably the toughest fight to pick that
was ever staged.
On one side you have a champion,
a big good-natured Hercules. He
beat the greatest fighter that ever
lived. Some say that this fight was
a fake, others argue that it was on
the square. Be that as it may, as
George Monroe used to say, Mr.
Willard is big, he is so big that
he actually frightens you. Gee he's
blfl Every time you see him he
seems to be bigger. In the hotel
bere in the morning, .you often see
a six-footer strutting around like a
peacock. He looks like a giant
West Dods Dairy 6
W. O. W 4
Kalman Insurance S
Locust Street Merchant ...3
Fort Omaha Merchant ....3
Charles Street Merchant . .1
R. A. M. s
Last Nlhf Results.
Woodmen of World, I; Suburbas, 16.
R. A. M.' forfeited to Kalman Insur
Farnam Candy Co. 6 0
Dorcas Street Stars ..7 2
Leavenworth Merchant . A . 4 S
Omaha Taxi S 4
Omaha Bee 3 4
Slocra Junior , 0 7
Last Night' Result.
Leavenworth Merchant, I; Omaha
Slosr Junior forfeited to Farnam Can
Omaha Be forfaited to Dorcas Street
Meyers Bearcat 6
Rlvarview Cubs 6
Walnut Hill Merchant ....4
Deer Park Ramblers I
Krua Park Slusger 1
Vinton Cubs 0
Last Night' Result.
Meyer Bearcats, It; Deer Park Ram
Krug Park Sluggers forfeited to Walnut
Vinton Cub forfeited to Rlvervlew Cub.
In one of the hardest fought
games thus far this season in divi
sion 2, of the Omaha Bee Junior
base ball association, the Leaven
worth Street Merchants Juniors
won from the Omaha Taxi,
formerly the Liberty Bells, by a 9
to 8 score. Throughout the entire
contest both teams displayed some
wonderful playing and the game
was not over until the last man was
out. Other games in this loop were
of the forfeit order, the Omaha Bee
forfeiting their game to the Dorcas
Street Stars, while the Slogr Juni
ors did likewise to the Farnam
In division 1, the Surburbas took
the W. O. W. team, formerly the
Brandeis Juniors, to a 16 to 9, trim
ming, while the Kaiman Insurance
Co. won a forfeit game from the
R. A. M.'s on account of the latter
team having but six of their players
on the field. -
The Meier Bearcats, by winning
from the Deer Park Ramblers, 16
to 10, tightened their lead on first
place in division 3. The Krug Park
Sluggers forfeited to the Walnut
Hill Merchants and the Vinton
Cubs alffo forfeited to the River
A l meeting of the managers of
each division will be held Wednes
day evening at the Y. M. C. A. at
8:30 o'clock. This meeting will be
tor managcri only. -
International Ftatur Service, Ine.
strolling among bellboys, cigar girls
and cake eaters.
Soon through the front door
looms the huge form of Jess Wil
lard. The swelled-up guy seems to
shrink. He looks like a runt and
he wears a silly smile. The huge
form is Willard.
The only things in the Secor ho
tel that makes him look small at all
are the giant pillars in the lobby.
Are you a Jerry to the size of this
stripling, who stands 6 feet 7?
That's one side of the story.
A Big Terry M'Govern.
On the other hand we have a
black haired Irishman who knows
nothing but fight; a big Terry Mc
Govern, who has knocked out ev
erything in the heavyweight class:
a terror who knocked out Carl Mor
ris and Fred Fulton, both of the
No one knows how he does it.
He just socks them. They are all
too big for him until he hits them.
He stands over six feet tall and
weighs around 200 pounds. He is
young his opponent quite past the
age of a successful pugilist. Demp
hey is all thrills his opponent
has seen in all. He is quite blase.
We go to their camps every day.
One day Willard is slow the next
day he appears fast, but he is al
At Atlanta, 2; New Orleans, 2.
Atlanta, 2; New Orleans, 0.
At Birmingham, 6; Mobile, 4.
At Chattanooga, 2; Little Rock, 0.
At Memphis, 4; Nashville, 1.
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Washington, June 30. Among
the competitorsfAt the national
matches the gnient marks
manship contests 5e held on the
navy range at Caldwell, N.'J.r from
August 4 to 25, will be a team of
riflemen selected from the American
expeditionary forces. Fresh from
participation in warfare, and in the
A. E. F. and inter-allied competi
tions at Le Mans, they will repre
sent the actual service riflemen at
The decision of the War depart
ment to authorize the attendance of
representatives of the A. E. F. was
in line with a recommepdation from
General Pershing. A regular team
of 17 members and a number of in
dividual competitors will represent
the overseas torces.
Galloper Light Wins.
Paris, June 30. The Grand prix
de ram was run at Longchamps
today for the first time since the
war and was won by Galloper
Light. Mastergood was second;
Insensible, third, and Rapidan,
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