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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, JULY 26, 1919.
WINNERS IN FIRST
GAME OF SERIES
WITH SIOUX CITY
Omaha Uses Three Pitchers
; and Is Outhit, 13 to 9, But
Wins in the Ninth
Sioux City, July 25. (Special
, .Telegram) Waldbauer's wildness
tost Sioux City the first game of
' the series with Omaha 5 to 4. The
winning run canie in the ninth on
Graham's two-base hit and Shinkle's
: Vldbauer walked the first man
to face him and the piss was con
verted into a run on Jackson's dou
ble. Waldbauer struck out Graham,
Spellman and Shinkle. In the sec
ond inning Waldbauer filled the
bases and then struck out Townsend
and Barbeau and forced Jackson to
pop up. Waldbauer issued three
passes in the fourth and one run was
scored on Townsend's sacrifice fly.
A pass to Graham in the fifth re
sulted in a run and three hits made
the total two for the inning.
Soiux City scored two in the first
on Moran's hit, Goodwin's sacri
fice, Defate's hit and Meloan's triple.
Townsend was taken out in the sev
enth after three successive hits had
been made with one out. Kopp re
tired the side but one run came in.
Ohlin's error in the eighth paved
the way for the tying run. A hit
and an out followed the misplay and
the tying run was scored.
8101. Y CITY
Base Ball Standings
Wan. Lost. Pet.
..41 35 .639
.'.43 4(1 .(18
.. ill .606
..40 40 .600
..38 I .494
..IS St .494
,.39 41 .487
..3 43 .462
Omaha, 6 Sioux City, 4.
St. Joseph. 7; I Moines, 1.
Joplln, 10; Oklahoma City, 4.
Wichita. 17; Tulsa, 8.
Omaha, at Sioux City.
Tula at Wichita.
St. Joseph at Des Moines.
Joplln at Oklahoma City.
Brokavr, lh, .
I.yona, rf , ...
Carmen, rf, .
Jnnes, 8b, . . .
Elffert. c. . .
A It. R.
' Barbeau. Sh 3 1
Jackson, lb 5 0
Graham, If 4 2
AM. K. H. O. A. E.
39 4 IS 27 11 1
Haien, rf, .
Ohlln, 2b, .
-Mason, km. .
Fuhr, p, ,
II. O. A. K
Won. Lost. Pet.
New York 61 23 .689
Cincinnati 61 27 .654
Chicago 46 35 .663
Plttsburf 40 39 .606
Brooklyn 39 39 .600
Boston 28 47 .373
St. Louis 29 49 .372
Philadelphia 25 45 .367
Cincinnati. 4: Pittsburgh, 0,
Chicago, 1; St. Louis, 0.
New York, 6; Boston, 0.
Brooklyn, 6; Philadelphia. 0.
Boston at New York.
Brooklyn at Philadelphia.
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh.
Chicago at St. Louis.
CUBS TAKE LONG
END OF 1-0 GAME
First Man to Bat Scores Only
Run of Game, St. Louis
Gets Only Two
, St. Louis, July 25. St. Louis
got "only two hits off Vaughn and
lost to Chicago today, 1 to 0. Flack,
first man up for the Cubs, scored
the only run of the game. Score:
CHICAGO. I ST. LOUIS.
Won Lost Pet.
Chicago 53 2 .646
Cleveland 48 36 .671
Detroit .. 47 36 .666
New York 46 36 .666
St. Louis 43 39 .624
Washington 37 48 .435
Boston 36 45 . 444
Philadelphia 20 60 .250
Chicago, 6; St. Louis, 4.
Boston, 8; New York. 6.
Philadelphia. 6: Washington,
Detroit, 11; Cleveland, 6.
St. Louis at Chicago.
Philadelphia at Washington.
Detroit at Cleveland.
New York at Boston.
St. Paul 61
Kinsas City 43
Kansas City, 4; Louisville, 3.
Indianapolis, 9; Milwaukee, 5.
Minneapolis, 7; Columbus, 6.
St. Paul, 7; Toledo, 0.
, Total S3 5 27 15 2
Batted for Carmen In Gtli.
Sioux City 20000011 04
Omaha 10018000 1 5
Two-huse hits: Jnrksnn (2, Spellman,
Graham, Three-bnse hit: Meloan. Sacri
fice hits: (ioodwin, Mutton, ilones, Meloan.
Double plays: itnrbeau to Jackson; Jones
to Ilroknw. Passed ball I Kiffert. Hits
and earned runs: Off Wufclbutier, 8 hits, 5
run In 0 Innings; off Townsend, 11 hits, 3
runs In 8 1-3 Innings; off Kopp, 1 hit, 0
run, In 1 Inning; off Fuhr, 1 hit, 0 run, in
1 2-S innings. Struck out: By Wnlbauer,
7; by Townsend, 4. Banes on balls: Off
' Waldbauer, 0. Left on bases: Slouxx City,
11; Omaha, 11. I'mpires: Becker anil
Holmes. Time l:fi.
Tulsa Manager Takes Mound
But Wichita Wins, 17 to 5
Wichita, July 25. Wichita and
Tulsa battled neck and neck until
the eighth, when the Witches made
'eight runs off Salisbury without
an out. Manager Abbot then went
into the box and retired the side
after allowing 2 runs. Willioit got
, three hits and run his string of
consecutive games up to 43.
Wuffll, as 4 110 Wllholt, cf 5 3 2 0
'-' Tho'son, cf 4 0 2 0 W'BHh'ru. L'b 6 3 2 0
Blattery, lb 5 3 9 liMcHrido, If 6 2 4 0
Dlltl, If 3 11 Oi: Mueller, lb 5 2 9 0
, Clsvel'd, 3b 4 3 1 1 Xewosha. rf 4 3 1 0
. Davis, rf 4 15 alyaryan, c. 6 14 0
Tlerney. 2b 0 0 0 ClK-rccer, us 5 2 3 0
Roche, lb 3 0 2 1 Marr. 3b 6 2 2 0
.O'Brien, c 6 0 3 0 Lynch, p 5 0 0 1
,'Barhnm, p 1 1 0 0
Salisbury, p 3 1 o o
. Abbott, p 0 0 0 0 ;
Totals 36 10 24 6 Totals 46 18 27 1
Tulsa" 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 5
Wichita 0 2 2 2 0 1 0 10 17
Two-base hit: Itarham, Newasha (2),
1 Marr. Washburn, Slattory, Berger. Three
baa hits: Newasha, Mueller, Marr. Home
rune: Wahburn, Wllholt. Sacrifice hit:
. Yaryan. Double play: Marr to Wash
burn to Mueller. Left on bases: Wichita,
. 10; Tulsa, 13. Bases on balls: Lynch, 6;
Barham. 1: Abbot. 1. Hit by pitched ball:
.Tierney. Cleveland, Newasha (2). Roche,
Struck out: By Lynch. 3; by Barham,
J; by Salisbury. 2. Hits and earned runs:
' Barham. 5 and i In two and one-third In
nings; Salisbury, 12 and 12 in-four and
two-thirds Innings; Abbott, 1 and 2 In one
inning. Umpires: Jacobs and Myers.
Miners Bunch Hits in Sixth
' Inning; Take Long End 10-4
: Oklahoma City, July 25. Joplin
bunched hits on Applegate in the
sixth inning and defeated Oklahoma
City 10 to 4 in the opening game of
JOPLIN. ! OKLAHOMA CITY.
Lamb, ss 5
Tho'son, 3b 3
Boehler, lb 3
Collins, c 3
Hall, rf S
Smith, If-rf 4
Kutt. ef 4
i Brandt. 2b 4
Iturwell, p 1
Crutcher. p 3
Q Lindi'ore, as 5
OIGriggs. rf 3
Adams, lb 4
Ortffln, cf 3
Benen, 2b 3
OiOrtfftth, c 4
l!Hauk, 3b 0
OjSp'ietser, Sb 4
OlApp'gate, p 1
! Dennis, p 1
; Totals 36 12 27 ll Totals 52 12 27 3
' Batted for Dennis In ninth.
Joplln 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 110
Oklahoma City OOS01000 0 4
' Two-bae hits: Adams. Lamb. Collins.
Three-base hits: Llndlmore, Sprletzer.
Sacrifice hits: Boehler, 2. Sacrifice
fliea: Applegate. Grlgcs. Thompson, Col
lins. Stolen base: Thompson. Double
' plays: Lamb and Brandt, Collins and
Brandt. ' Griffith and Llndlmore. Struck
out: By Applegate. 3; by Dennis, 1; by
Burweli, 1; by Crutcher 5. Bases on
balls: Off Dennis. 2; off Burweli. 2;
off Crutcher, I. Hits and earned runs:
Off Applegate. 10 and 5 in five and two
thirds Innings; oft Dennis, 2 and 1 in
"three and one-thtrd innlnga; off Burweli,
4 and X In three Innings; off Crutcher.
t and 0 in six Innings. Wild pltcbea:
Applegate. 2. Left on bases: Oklahoma
City i; Joplln. 4. Charge defeat to Ap
plegate. Credit victory to Crutcher.
Time: Two hours. Umpires: Shannon
BATS WITH FAST
Crack Colored Team to Open
Second Series With Local
Semi-Pros at Rourke
The Armours open their series of
three games with the crack colored
club, the Chicago Union Giants, at
Rourke park today. Andy Graves,
Armours' grand old man will prob
ably oppose Burch on the mound.
Burch is conceded by many to be a
second Donaldson, so a great game
is expected. Each team is de
termined to take the opening game.
The Giants have been strengthened
since their last appearance here
when the Armours beat them two
out of three games. They have
signed McNear of the Chicago
American Giants and Peters of the
Iceland Giants. Roth these men are
colored players of national reputa
tion. Thj Armours will present their
strongest lineup, with Dyck again
covering first base, after his en
forced layoff. They have also signed
up two new players in Jack Lacy of
the Brandeis club and Wild Bill
Donovan, late of the army over
there. Game called at 4:00 p. m.
today. Popular prices will prevail
throughout the series. Following
is the lineup for today's game.
Al Oraves RF Wilier
Otto Williams 2B Jones
J. Collins CF Bingham
Corcoran 3B Redd
Dyck IB Turner
M. Collins SS Anderson
Reed LF McNear
Donovan C Coleman
Oraves P Burch
Moore P Curry
Flack, rf 4
H'locher, as 3
Magee, cf 3
O Hornsby, 3b
0 McHenry, If 2
OlClemons. c 3
OlMlller, lb 2
O'L&van, ss 3
Dealt, p 2
28 2 27 1
Totals 30 6 27 1
Batted for Doak in eighth.
Chicago 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01
St. Louis 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Stolen base: Holloeher. Sacrifice hit:
Magee. Double plays: Stock to Lavan to
Miller, Klllefer to Holloeher. Left on
bases: Chicago, 5; St. Louis. 4. Bases
on balls: Off -Vaughn. 3; off Doak, 2.
Hits: Off Doak, 5 in eight innings. Struck
out: By Vaughn, 6; by Doak, 3. Losing
Reds Blank Pirates.
Pittsburgh. July 25. Effective pitching
by Eller and sensational fielding by his
teammates, gave Cincinnati a 4 to 0 vic
tory over Pittsburgh today. Score:
. CINCINNATI. I PITTSBURGH.
Rath, 2h 4
Daubert, lb 3
Groh. 3b 3
ltnush. ef 4
Neale, If 4
Kopf, 83 4
Bressler, rf 4
Wlngo, c 4
Eller, p 3
OjMollwits, lb 3
0 South' th, If 4
OlStengel, rf 4
liOutsh'w, 2b 4
OlBarbare, 3b 3
OlTerry, ss 3
OiSehmirtt, c 3
I Adams, p 2
Y has been in the American league longer than anybody
works. Not only longer but also more.
President Baker of the Phils is a good, kind guy.
of ashes for a load of coal any day. A ham bone for a
Give you a
Dempsey-Beckett fight would be as one-sided as a monocle. Eng
lishman tumbled Bombadier Wells, which is as easy as dropping an "h."
Shaking up a ball' team is as foolish as trying to shake the spots off
the bones. It's the way they roll that counts.
You said more than Shakespeare wrote.
Well, two days' rain helped the Robins while it was raini
Peck's hitting has dropped off like a bruised fingernail.
War is over and the government would like to sell:
$67,982,555 worth of camel saddles.
$222,000,000 in snowshoes.
$435,978,000 in periscope hooks.
$8,000,000 worth of serum for polar bear bites.
$999,876,453 in potato peels.
$225,000,000,000 in second looey's parasols.
9,000,000 pairs of Sahara desert sand goggles.
Enough duck boards to build a coop for the moon.
567,999,234 sets of elephant harness.
685,909.092 bushels of unclaimed prunes.
$567,000,000 in powdered eggs, good for omelets or doormats.
Old Pop Geers has been driving losers home ahead of winners since
Noah hung around while the double-headers piled up on him. A bird
who lives out in a land of thousand-bladed hay mowers ain't paying much
attention to a little old-whiskered guy with a one-pronged scythe.
Prohibition in the Ozarks is a success if you shoot first.
Postage has dropped from 3 to 2 megs, but a summer bachelor still
saves 3 cents on the letter he ought to write to the wife.
Totals 33 9 27 ll Totals 30 4 27 0
Batted for Mollwltz In ninth.
Cincinnati 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 14
Pittsburgh 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Two-base hits: Dauber (2), Kopf.
Homo run: Bressler. Stolen base: Roush.
Sacrifice hit: Groh. Double play: Bar
bare and Cutshaw. Left on bases: Cin
cinnati, 4: Pittsburgh, 5. Bases on balls:
off Kllrr, 2; off Adams, 1. Struck out:
Ily Eller, 9; by Adams, 3. assed l.all:
Dodgers Blank Phillies.
Philadelphia, July 25. Griffith's home
run. scoring Johnston ahead of him in the
first Inning, proved sufficient for Brook
lyn to defeat Philadelphia today, 6 to 0.
Score: R. H. E.
BROOKLYN. I PHILADELPHIA.
Olson, ss 3 14 0 Bancroft, ss 3 0 2 0
n'Blsck'e. 3b 4 12
OiWtlllams, cf 4 1 4
OlMeusel, rf 4 11
OiLuderus, lb 4 1 12
OiWhltted, If 4 2 3
0;Sleklng, 2b 3
John'on, 2b 4
Griffith, rf 4
Z. Wheat, If 4
Myers, cf 4
Kont'hy, lb 4
Kllduff. 3b 3
M.AVheat, c 4
Pfeffer, p 4
Totals 34 12 27 0
Totals 32 6 27 0
Brooklyn ....2 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 05
Philadelphia .......00000000 00
Two-base hit: Luderus. Home run:
Griffith. Sacrifice hit: Kllduff. Double
play: Olson, Johnston, Konetchy. Left on
bases: Brooklvn 4, Philadelphia 6. Bases
on balls: Off Hogg 1, off Pfeffer 1. Hits:
Off Hogg. 3 In one-third inning; off Pack
ard, 9 in 8 2-3 Innings. Struck out: By
Packard 1, by Pfeffer 2. Losing pitcher:
Seventh for Giants.
New York, July 25. The New York
GlantB won their seventh straight game
here today, defeating Boston, 6 to 0.
Toney held the Braves to four scattered
BOSTON. I NEW YORK.
Boeckel, 3b 4
Herzog, 2b 4
Powell, if 3
Smith, cf 3
Holke, lb 4
Cruise, If 3
M'nvllle, ss .1
dowdy, c 3
Rudolph, p 2
1 Young, rf
Totals 29 4 24 4
Boston 00000000 0 0
New York 01001031 x 6
Two-base hit: Doyle. Home run: Chase.
Stolen bases: Cruise, Kauff, Bair. Sac
rifice hits: Powell, Chase. Double play:
Oowdy and Boeckel. -Left on bases: New
York 3, Boston 5. Bases on balls: Off
Toney 2, off Rudolph 2. Struck out: By
Toney 4, by Rudolph 4. Passed ball: McCarthy.
Totals 30 8 27
Stockingless fad has uncovered an epidemic of razor shins, spavined
ankles, warts, bunions, freckles and moles that ain't anybody's business,
Pat Moran's juggling of the Reds has been the biggest coup in ath
letics since golf got on the sporting page.
Brooklyn grabbed 13 hits for one run, which is like spending a bank
roll in Woolworth's.
Boys were running the bases like a team of catchers.
TWO EVENTS AT
Takes 2:15 Trot With Fen
esta and Fort Meigs
Stake With Direct C.
Des Moines Makes Ascension
and St. Joseph Wins in Tenth
Des Moines, July 25. Des Moines
went in the air in the tenth inning
after holding St. Joseph to a 1-to-l
tie in nine innings and was defeated,
1 to 7.
5 1 4 0
0 Breen, c '
1 Coffey, 2b 3
1 'Hartford, ss 4
OlPayne, p 3
Totals 34 8 30 3! Totals 35 ( 30 2
St. Joseph ....0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 6 7
Des Moines 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 1
Three-base hit: Jackson. Two-base
hit: Hasbrook. Sacrifice hits: Har
grave, Breen, Payne. Stolen base: Payne.
Left on bases: ' St. Joseph, 4; Des Moines,
. Struck out: By Payne, 7; by Wil
liams. 3; by North. 5. Bases on halls:
Off Payne, 4: off Williams, 2; off North,
1. Passed ball: Shestak. Earned runs,
and hits: Off Payne, 1 and 6 in ten in
nings; Off Wiliams. 2 in five in
nings; off North. 0 and 4 In five innings.
Credit victory ' to North. Double plays:
Payne to Hartford to Hasbrook, Jack
son to Beall, Hargrave to Beall, Um
pires: Freshwater and Daly. Time: 1:50.
Elniwood club championship play
for the championship of the Elm
wood Golf club commences July 16.
Sixteen to qualify in the cham
Minden Club Takes Close
Game From Loomis Team
Minden, Neb., July 25 (Special.)
The Minden base ball team de
feated the Loomis nine here yes
terday by the close score of 3 to 2.
The locals took the lead from the
start and held it throughout.
Loomis attempted a rally in the
eighth, but Domeyer in the box for
Minden, succeeded in holding them
down. This makes eight victories for
the Minden nine, with only three
At Memphis. ; Atlanta, 1.
At Nashville. 2; New Orleans. 0.
At Little Rock, 7; Birmingham, 8.
At Chattanooga. 2; Mobile. 1
Pimples and Skin Eruptions
;er Signs of Bad Blood
Avoid Suffering by Heeding
; ; Pimples, icaly, itching skin,
rashes and burning sensations de
note with unfailing certainty a de-
bilitated, weakened and impure
itate of the blood. The trouble is
in your blood and no matter how
. you were infected, you must treat
, it through the blood. It is a blood
disease. You must use S. S. S. if
you. expect certain relief. For
cleansing the system, nothing is
' equal to it. The action of S. S. S.
k to cleanse the blood. It soaks
through the system direct to the
seat of the trouble acting as an
antidote to neutralize the blood
poisons. It revitalizes the red blood
corpuscles, increases the flow so
that the blood can properly per
form its physical work. The dull,
sluggish feeling leaves you the
complexion clears up. Even long
standing cases respond promptly.
But you must take S. S. S. Drugs
and substitutes won't do. Get
S. S. S. from your druggist If
yours is a special case and you
need expert advice, write to Med
ical Adviser, 257 Swift Laboratory,
Atlanta, Ga. Adv,
Louisville. Ky., July 25. Score:
R. H. E.
Kansas City 4 8 2
Louisville 3 7 1
Batteries: Hall and Moran; Tlncup and
Columbus, July 25. Score:
R. H. E.
Minneapolis 7 1
Columbus 6 14 0
Batteries: Shellenback and Owens;
Lambert. Horstman, George and Wagner.
Indianapolis, July 25. Score:
R. H. E.
Milwaukee 5 8 1
Indianapolis 9 13 2
Batteries: Faeth, Enseman, Hansen
and Huhn; Rogge, Cavet and Gossett.
Toledo, July 25. Score:
R. H. E.
St. Paul , 7 11 0
Toledo 0 7 1
'Batteries: Merrltt and McMenemy;
Ferguson and Murphy.
Visit in Washington.
Washington, July 25. (Special
Telegram.) C. A. Randall and
Margaret Randall of Newman
Grove, Neb., and Mrs. E. J. Camp
bell of Omaha, who are touring the
east by automobile, were guests of
Representative Evans of the third
Today's Calendar of Sports.
Raring: Summer meeting of Empire
City Racing Association, at Yonkers, N.
Trotting: Close of Grand Circuit meet
ing at Toledo, O.
Rowing: Regatta of Canadian Asso
ciation of Amateur Oarsmen at St. Cath
arines, Ont. Regatta of Central States
Amateur Rowing Assoriation at Ht. Louis.
Bench Show: Midsummer show of
Pekingese club of America at Greenwich,
Shooting: Entries close for the Grand
American Handicap Trapshootlng Tourna
ment. Athletics r Track and field meet of
Sew York A. C, at Travers Island, N'. Y.
Swimming: Annual river swim of the
Illinois A. C at Chicago.
- Automobile: Race meeting at Bheeps
bead Bay Speedway, N. Y.
Tennis: fcatern renns;i:inia cham
pionship tournament opens at Philadelphia.
Toledo, O., July 25. The final
day of the Toledo grand circuit
meeting here was featured by fast
time and hotly contested events,
two of them going into extra heats
for a decision. Tommy Murphy, the
Poughkeepsie driver, won the 2:15
trot with Fenesta in straight heats
and the Fort Meigs $1,000 stake in
the 2:12 pace with Direct C. Bur
nett. Four heats were necessary in
both the 2:04 pace and 2:19 trot.
which were won by McMahon with
Belle Alcantara and Hyde with To-
seph Guy, respectively.
Ihe first two heats in the 2:04
pace were in 2:02J4- The race was
between Belle Alcantara and Lizzie
March, the latter finishing first in
the opening heat.
2:15 trot, purse Jl.nnO:
Fenesta, blk. m., by San Francisco
(Murphy) 1 1 1
Roxanna Moore, b. m., by Oratorio
(Gray) 4 2 2
Peter Coley, b. h., by Peter The
Oreat (Valentine) 2 S 5
Alacer B. b. g., by Alacer (Meyers) 9 113
Charles Penn, b. g., by Royal Penn
(Berry) 3 10 1(1
Mnmle Locke. Kins Watts, Duty Bound,
Dr. Elmore, Great Night, Alexander B,
Lorena Bellini and Brownie Watts also
Time: 2:08, 2:0fi'i. 2:07.
2:04 pace, purse $1,000:
Belle Alcantara, b. m., by Sir
Alcantara (McMahon) 2
Lizzie March, ch. m.. by Prince
March (Lawrence) 1
South Bend Girl, br. m., by
Great Heart (Sturgeon) 4
Baron Chan. b. h., by Baron
Gale (Wellwood) 3
Baron Wood, blk. g., by Baron
Oale (Valentine) B
Time: 2:02V,, 2:02. z:oi, z:o&.
The Fort Meigs, 2:12 pace, stake J2.000:
Direct C. Burnett, b. g., by Direct
Hal (Murphy) 1
Wood Patch, g. h., by Dan Patch
Eva Abbey, ch. m., by The Abbe
Gray Hal, b. g., by Hal B (Owens) 3
Harvester, br. h., by The Harvester
Wellington Direct. Barney Bell,
Quartz, Grattan Regent, Highland Lassie
and Kathleen Gale also started.
Time: 2:04, 2:02Si, 2:04.
2:19 trot, purse $1,001):
tn.oTih niiv. h. sr.. bv Guv Ax
worthy (Hyde) T
Prince Hal, b. g.. by Harvest
Prince (Valentine) 2
Slllock, b. g., by Slllko (Gray). 3
Tommy Directum, b. g.. by Di
rector Joe McDonald) o
Leo, br. m., by Toddington
Turkey Trot and Britton For
Time: 2:08. 2:094. 2:08H, 2:18.
Los Angeles Cyclist
Breaks "Three Flag"
San Diego, Cal July 25. The
"Three Flag" motorcycle record
from the Canadian border at Blaine,
Wash., to Tia Juana, Mex., was
broken today by Wells Bennett of
Los Angeles, who made the 1,714
miles in 53 hours, 28 minutes
elapsed time. The former record
was 59 hours, 47 minutes.
3 3 ro
Barnes Retains Golf
Title of Western Open
in Tournament Play
Cleveland, July 25. James Barnes
retained the title of Western open
golf champion today with a score
of 283, three strokes better than the
score of Leo Diegel of Detroit,
who finished the 72 holes in 286.
Barnes also earned the distinc
tion of being the only one to win
the title three times. He won in
1914, at Interlachen club, Minneapo
lis and in 1917 at West Moreland
club, Chicago. He held the title over
1918 on account of the war.
Fred McLeod, of Washinkton and
Otto Hackbarth, of Cincinnati, with
288 each, Bob McDonald, of Chi
cago, with 291, Walter Hagen, of
Deroit, national champion and
Harry Hampton, of Richmond, Va.,
with 292 each, and Willie Kidd, of
St. Louis, with 296. also finished in
the money, while George Sargeant,
of Minneapolis, Emmett French, of
v ork, Pa., and Tom Boyd, of Fox
Hills, N. Y., tied for 10th place.
Barnes led from the start, scoring
a record 69, one under par for the
lieavilv trapped course on Wednes
day. He took par 70 for the second
round on Thursday, leading the
field by four strokes.
This morning he went out 35, one
under par, but got tangled on the
second line for 38, making his total
212 for 54 holes. Diegel, with a 69
this morning, came within two
strokes of overhauling the champion,
but with a 71 this afternoon, Barnes
added one to his lead as Diegel took
Diegel, who is only 20 years old,
played well all the way, starting
with 71, adding 74 and then 69 and
72, but Hutchinson earned third
place only by today's play, having
taken 76 for the first round and li
for the second. His 69 this morning
was the third of the tournament, to
which Hampton added a fourth this
The surprise of the event was
comparatively poor showing of Ha
gen, who recently won the United
States Golf association meet at Bos
ton with 301, while Barnes tied for
11th place with 315.
Fires Are Spreading;
I. W. W, Call Strike
Spokane, Wash., July 25. Forest
fires in the national forests in
western Montana assumed alarming
proposition Friday according to
reports received at the federal for
est service headquarters. Conditions
in the Lolo, Missoula, Bitter Root,
and Selway districts were said to
be growing worse. Most of the re
ports from northern Idaho showed
the situation somewhat improved.
Buildings of eight homesteaders
northeast of Colville, Wash., and a
logging camp at Katz Spur, Idaho,
were destroyed by the fires. Desul
tory strikes of fire fighters, especi
ally in the Kaniksu forest, were said
to have taken place supposedly as
a result of a walkout ordered by
the Industrial Workers of the
World as a protest against impris
onment of their members here.
Sandlot Base Ball Gossip
Teh World-Herald defeated the Ramb
lers last night In a twilight game by the
score of 14 to b. ine .namuiers ubq
Jimmy Skomal or tne Bowens ana no
semblum of the McCaffreys, both class
B players, but the heavy hitting of the
newspaper crew was too much for their
opponents. George Bernstein, on the
mound for the Heralds, allowed but two
hits In seven rounds. Dixon's home run
with two men on, was the feature of
the game for the Heralds.
K. H. E.
Ramblers HtHH 6 2 6
Heralds 2 6 6 0 0 1 x 14 8 6
Batteries: Simpson, Keller and Skomal;
Bernstein and Spellman
The game between the Bowen Furni
ture company and the Wlllard Storage
Battery in the City league was called off
on account of some of the Bowen players
not being able to play.
Manager Pascal of the Union Outfit
ting company, champions of the City
league, announced last night that he was
given permission to sign Outfielder
Knehler of the Bowen Furnitures to use
in the city series. Manager Pascal 1
sure In hard luck as two of his crack
players, Walter Nufer, star second base
man, and Potter, first base, are on the
injury lint. Nufer has a bad leg, which
he received in a game last Sunday, and
Potter also is suffering from a sprained
ankle. Both of these men will be out of
the city series. It was definitely an
nounced last night.
Another player, Harrison Stucker, one
of Pascal's star hurlers, loft last night
lor his home at Mapleton. Ia., where he
was called on account of the illness of
his father. With these three men out
of the line-up for the city series. Manager
Tascal stated that things look gloomy
for the Outfitter.", but neverthelrss they
will bo out there fighting that much the
harder and he is confident that his war
riors will carry off the 1919 city class
Secretary J. .T. Isaacson of the Munici
pal Amateur Base Ball association, an
nounced yesterday that he did not make
any such statement that the Mlckel play
ers of the City league have been sus
pended. This article was publ'shed In
one of the other newspapers last night.
WHITE SOX TAKE
FROM ST. LOUIS
Chicago Club Outbattcd But
Win When Hits Are
Bunched; Pitcher Is
Chicago, July 25. Chicago hit op
portunely against the loose pitching
of Davenport and Gallia, and made
it two straight from St. Louis, 6 to
4, today. Pitcher Claude Williams
was hit on the side of the head bv
ond inning and had to retire from
a drive off Severeid's bat in the see
the game. Score:
ST. LOl'IS. I CHICAGO.
In making it two straight, winning, 11
to 5. Manager Speaker injured hie left
leg In making a sensational diving eatch
of a drive by Cobb in the eighth inning
and was forced to retire. Score:
DETROIT. I CLEVELAND.
0 Oraney, If 4
0 Chapm'n. ss 5
0, Speaker, cf I
OiWood, rf 2
OiSmlth, rf 4
OiOardner, 8b 4
0 Wa'bs'ss, 2b 4
Bronkle, Sb 4
Gcdeon. 2b 2
Jac'bson, if 5
Slsler, lb 4
K.WIU's, cf 4
Smith, rf 2
Gerber, ss 4
Severeld, c 3
Dav'port, p 4
Gallia, p 0
Sothoron, p 0
0' Felsch, cf
O'r.Wtlll s, p
.Tohnat'n, lb 4
27 11 27 1
Totals 33 10 24 01 Totals 28 7 27 3
St. Loula n 1 1 n 2 0 0 0 n 4
Chicago 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 3 6
Two-base hits: Severcid. Weaver, Mc
Mullln, Rlsberg. Three-base hit: Kerr.
Home run: K. Williams Stolen base:
Felsefc Sacrifice hits: Qed-on, Smith,
Sisler , Kerr. Sacrifice fly: I.iebold.
Double play: McMullIn to K. Cullins to
Ilisberg. Left on bases: St. T.ouis, 10;
Chicago, 8. Bases on balls: Off c. Wil
liams. It off Davenport. 4: off Kerr. 4:
off Gallia, 3. Hits: Off C. Williams, 3
in one and two-thirds Innings; off Kerr,
7 in seven and one-third Innings; off
Davenport, 6 In seven innings: none out
In eighth': off Gallia, 1 In one-third In
ning: off Sothoron, 1 In two-thirds Inning.
Hit by pitched ball: By Pavenuort (K.
Collins). Struck out: By ('. Williams.
2; by Kerr, 4: by Davenport, 3. Wild
pitch: Kerr. Winning rltcher: Kerr.
Losing pitcher: Gallia.
Indians Lose Again.
Cleveland. July 25. Detroit hit Cleve
land's pitchers hard and had no trouble
Totals SS IS 27
Batted for Phillips In seventh.
xRan for O'Neill in seventh.
Batted for Uhle in ninth.
Detroit 0 1 0 4 0 0 4 2 011
Cleveland 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 5
Two-base hits: Alnsmlth. Hellmann.
Shorten, Cobb, Veach, Bush, Speaker,
Wnmbsganss. Three-base hits: Bush,
Veach Chapman. Home run: Smith.
Sacrifice hits: Young. Shorten (!), Bush.
Double play: Young, Bush and Hellmann.
Left on bases: Detroit, 10; Cleveland. 7.
Bases on halls: Off Dausa, 2: off Jasper.
3: off Phillips, 1: off Uhle, 2. Hits: Off
Jasper. 10 In six Innings (none out In
seventh); off Phillips. 2 In one Inning;
of; I'hle, 4 In two Innings. Struck out:
By Phillips, 1; by Uhle, 1. Losing pitcher:
Macks Win in Eleventh.
Washington, July 25. Philadelphia won
an exciting 11-lnnlng game from Wash
ington today, 6 to 4 The locals csm
from behind anil tied it up by opportune
hitting in the eighth and ninth inning,
but were defeated in the eleventh when
Walker's double. Burns' triple and Perk
Ins' single netted two runs. Score:
PHILADELPHIA. I WASHINGTON.
Holland Appoints New .;;
Manager for .Balance
of Season for Indians
Oklahoma City, Ok!., Julv 25.
(Special Telegram.) Jack Ifolland,
owner and manager of the Okla
homa City Western league team,
stepped down as manager today,
when he named Elmer Jensen sec
ond baseman, as manager for the
balance of the season. Holland plans
to retire from the game if he can
find a buyer for his Oklahoma City
hits: Murphy, Shanks, Strunk, Eoster.
Left on bases: Philadelphia, 4; Washing
ton. S. BaBes on balls: Off Krlckson, 2;
off Perry. 1. Hits: Off Krlckson. In
eight Innings; off Gill, S In three Innings.
Struck out: By Perry. 1; by Erickson, 6;
by GUI, 2. Islng pitcher: GUI.
Champs Down Yanks.
Boston, July 26. Boston made It twa
straight from Now York today, winning
8 to 6. Kuth outpltched all three of tha
visitors' hurlers in the pinches. Soore:
NEW YORK. 1 BOSTON.
1 1 Foster. 3h
0 Menosky, if
Krickson, p 2
2 13 0
1 0 1
3 2 1
0 2 0
Totals 40 9 33 11 Totals 42 12 33 3
Halted for Erickson In eighth.
xBatled for Gill In eleventh.
zllan for Johnson In eleventh.
Philadelphia ....1000001200 26
Washington ....0 100000210 04
Two-base hits: Strunk, Rice, Wslker.
Three-base hits: Thomas, Plclnich, Burns.
Stolen bases: Kopp, Rice. Sacrifice
0 Roth, cf
0 Ruth, p
1 Schang, c
0 Gainer, lb
0. Scott, as
Totals 35 13 24 ll Totals 29 10 27 1
Batted for McGraw in ninth.
New York 01002101 I
Boston 0 0 0 0 6 1 0 t X 8
Two-base hits: Pratt, Pecklnpaugh,
Shannon. Three-base hit: Pecklnpaugh.
Stolen bases: Pratt, Schang. Sacrifice
bits: Pratt. Scott, (2); Roth. Sacri
fice fllos: Plpp Lamar. Left on baaes:
New York 6; tfloston, 6. Bases on balls:
Off Russell, 1; off Shore, 1; off Mc
Graw, 2; off Ruth, 1. Hits: Off Kus
sell, 6, In four Innings; off Shore. 1 in
one Inning; off McGraw, 4 In three in
nings. Hit bv pitched ball: By McGraw
(Shannon): by Ruth (McGraw). Struck
out: By Russell. 3; by Shore. 1. Wild
pitches: Russell (2). Losing pitcher:
The custom of handshaking dates
back to tha time of King Henry II
Unrestricted choice of
the house of Panama
or straw hats, values
to $5.00, at... $2.00
St CVOTtt I MO COM. TAKY A
Suitable for outing
wear, $2.50 value, sale
Most Sensational Clothing Values of the Year in This
QD UiJ.il V
Palace Summer Stock Must Be Disposed of AT ONCE
There not a missing link in the chain. We are determined to effect
an absolute disposal of every summer garment in the house, regardless
of the advancing market. These prices bespeak of the strength of this
Headline Attraction for
Guaranteed All Wool
Blue Serge Suits
Genuine $25.00 Values, Saturday
Not another Suit offer in the city approaches this
Hundreds of 3-Plece Suits Sacrificed
consisting of all this spring's high grade suits, new waist line models
as well as the conservative styles in flannel, blue serge, worsteds,
cheviots and fancy mixtures. We include every suit in the house, our
entire stock, even such famous makes as Strouse & Bros, and Schloss
Bros. It is the shrewd man who buys these suits now, for prices this
fall will be greatly advanced.
$25 and $30
Big Men Attention 1
Cool Palm Beach
Extra Size Suits
$35 and $40
Sizes 46, 48, 50 while
last get yours at only
Genuine Palm Beach Suits
In Feature Offer Saturday
THESE SUITS ABE P0SIT1TELY WORTH $18.00.
They are ma from the Genuine Palm Beach, and are
fashioned into the most desired models including the new
waist line, all sizes.
k large assortment of
well-tailored Trousers, in
ilzes for men and young
men. A splend d variety
All Wool Caaalmere
and fancy W o r t e d
Trousors that ar ex
traordinary values at this
50c Ties, 35c
3 for $1.00
Special Cross stripes and
$40 and $45 Wlm&V" 1
SUITS Jvfjb 1
'292 Life 4
Excess Values J m 1 1
$5H $7i t'I
Choice of Cuatom-tan- ll Vf'tf f S
orcd Trousers, In many J fflm I - i
exclusive styles and pat- .1 BlW I 1
terns. The season's best A rjja I A
Cool Cloth Suits
Saturday we offer all our High
Grade, Smart Styled Suits at
this ridiculous low price
Trousers, accurately tail
ored in a surprising as
sortments of smart pat
terns. Excellently atyled
Here Are Omaha's Greatest Values
in Top-Notch furnishings
And no shrewd man is going to allow this big buying oppor
tunity to pass without supplying his immediate, as well aa
many of his future needs.
$1.98 Shirts, $1.25
Collar attached or detached,
shirts of fine percale, fast col
ors; outirtg shirts.
$3.50 Coveralls, $2.40
They come in sturdy khaki
material and range in size from
:!6 to 44.
$1.50 Shirts, 98c
Special' They come in the
best patterns and materials.
$1.25 Union Suits, 79c
They aie well made, cool and
comfortable, athletic in style.
$1.00 Silk Ties, 65c
The newest summer patterns
:-r.d styles in these fine silk
25c Hose, 11c
High quality that will give
the best of wear. See them!
50c Men's Hose, 25c
Special! Extra quality hose,
double sole, best colors, all
75c Underwear, 49c
Special! Two-piece bal
briggan underwear, excollent
quality and flting.
$1 Work Shirts, 75c
Blue chambray work shirts,
coat style, full cut; sizes, 14
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