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THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, MAY 25, 'lj920:
Mpurkes and' Sioux City Meet in Last Game of Series Today
SIOUX city is
VICTOR IN LONG,
Visitors Wallop Schatzman
vAnd Kopp for Fifteen
Omaha lost a long, listless
game to Sioux City yesterday, score,
7 to 6. Today they will meet the
Sioux in the last game of the series
before stepping out to the Sioux
c.nip for a three-game session.
"Red" Andreas, manager of the
Sioux trible, appeared in uniform
yesterday and relieved Tony Defate,
manager pro tern, of his dutirs as
boss. "Red" Iras been down East,
scouting. He had his eye on Babe
Ruth and Grover Alexander.
With the care of crabbing the um
pires removed from his shoulders
Meester Antonio turned his efforts
toward hitting. He chalked up four
hit and five trips to the dish and
tallied twice. In addition to that he
did little crabbing, too. That's
pretty good for one man. .
The Rourkes threatened to tie the
score in the nintlt. Patrick Mason
was offered a goldenopportunity to
bat his name into the hal! of fame
when, with one run needed to tie and
Lee on second base he stepped up to
hit. .There were two men out Mason
was number three.
The Sioux hit Schatzman and
. Kopp all over the lot. The visitors
who didn't hit were generally
walked. Miles was the only Indian
who couldn't get on. He fanned
four times straight.
H. P.O. A. E.
S S 3 0
s i i n
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e 5 a a
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1 1 9 0
0 10 1
0 0 4 6
H. P.O. A. E.
A O A 0
t 4 4 1
4 4 S 1
5 1 0 A
t 0 A
1 IS 1 1
a o s o
l a o o
0 0 1
is si 11 1
riatt. cf. ..
Itanlra, rf. ..
Mason, H. ...
Knpp p. ...
Marr, tb. .
rtefuta. M. .
Ktlrhl. If. .
;ifft. . ...
Mltoa, p. ....
....0 0103400 07
Earned rami Omaha, t; Sioux City, 4.
Two-baa hltsi Weidell , Ilhrelt,
Marr, . Altermatt, Robinson. Basra an
hallut Off Bvhatiman. 8; off Kopp, 0;
off Mllea, 0. Struck out: Br gchatxman,
2i by Kopp, t; by Mllea. S. Hit by pitched
hallt Maaon. Scrlfl hltat Weldrll.
Molrn baimt (tUlaaon. te. Marr, Elffcrt.
JtoKltl play I Marr to MeCandleaa. Ift on
haseai Omaha, 0: Sroux City, 9. Umpire:
Berber and Buckley. Timet S:10.
Enlistments are being taken
on Farnara between 17th and
18th, and at 4808 South 24th.
v By order" of
' ADJUTANT GENERAL- p .
Standing of the Teams.
W. It. Pet. I
W. L. Pet.
St. Joseph 1 11 .SSllJopIln...
14 IS .SI
1 12 .STllSloux City. 11 17 .43)
IS 13 .SS2,Da Moines IS 17 .43J
14 11 .3l!Okl. City.. 11 IS .371
' National League.
W. I.. Pi t W. n Pet.
17 13 .He Chicago-, is 1 .600
14 10 .Hs'st. Louts. 14 15 .4S3
It 11 .6lN.w Tork 13 It .44
14 11 .SISiPhlla.V... 11 20 .365
W, U Pet. W. I.. Pet.
!1 .TO'llWash'ton.. 13 17 .43:1
1 S .7l!8t. Louis.. 11 .407
Boston. . .
Boston . .
17 11 .MPhlls 10 IS .345
New York II IS .lOtliDatrolt. .
t 1 .331
fclnux City. 7; Omaha, a.
Oklahoma City, 7; Wichita. I.
i l)ea Moines. 3; St. Joseph, 2.
Tulsa, 17; Joplln, 4.
TOTAL' RUNS SCORED
' High score,
WESTERN LEAGUE. I
a! si 41 si ai ol l
Monday 7 '17 41
Totala 11010 7I7 4
.0! 71 2 4 Oj 41 11 0
10U 910 2 4 1 1
Oilers Fatten Batting Marks
At Expense of Miners
Tulsa, Old, Mav 24. The Oilers
fattened their hatting averages at
the expense tf Donovan and Schen
herg, getting 20 hits and winning
from Joplin, .17 to 4.
. joplin. I TULSA.
AB.H.O.A. - AB.H.O.A.
S S 1 01 Burke, If J. 3 J 0'
3 llGraham.-lb 4 1 14
Clev'I'd, 3b 5
Tlerney, sa (
Davis, rf 6
Connelly, rf 5 4 1
M'M'nus. 2b 5 2 3
Tockey, 3 b
OIBrannon, c 3
OlFInn, p 6
Totala.. 37 12 24 9
Totals... 41 24 27 16
Batted for Schenberg In ninth.
ToDlin ...10 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 4
Tulsa i 0 0 2 3 6 0 0 T 1
Huns: Joplln, .Bogart, Dunn. Lamb.
Tockey; Tulsa. Burke (4), Graham, Cleve
land (2). rf-avid. Connolly (2), McManus
(3), BrannTm (3). nnn. errors: jopim.
Bogart, Tockey, Strong; Tulsa, Cleveland.
Brsnnon (2). Two-base hits: Lamb. Toc
key (2). Schenberg, Burke (2). STierney.
will fall in
in the city
Men desiring .
to join may 1
enlist and be 1
Cincinnati, 4; Boston. 1.
Brooklyn, 1; Pittsburgh, 0.
Chicago. Philadelphia, 0, '
New Tork, 7; St. Louis, 4.
Boston, I; St. Louis, 1.
Iietrolt, 1; New Tork. 1.
Chltago. 10; Philadelphia, t
Cleveland-Washington, no gsme.
' Western League.
Sioux City at Omsha. '
Oklahoma City at Wichita.
Tulsa at Joplln.
Ds Moines at St. Joe.
' National League.
New Tork at St. Louis.
Philadelphia at Chlcairo.
Brooklyn at Pittsburgh.
Boston at Cincinnati.
Chicago at Philadelphia.
leveland at Washington.
t New Tork. '
Sunday I i II 1 SI 21
Monday I 101 s' 1 2
Totals S ill 1 8 S 44 8
SI l 2 8 SI al
ml 4i4ri ai if
Davis, McManus. Three-base hrt s: Bqgart,
Connelly. Home runs: Tockey, Cleveland.
Sacrifice hits: Larmore, Strong, Graham,
Davis. Stolen bases: Burke,' Tierncy.
Davis, Connelly t (2), Brsnnon.' Left on
bases: Jopllg 13; Tulsa, 8. Bases on
balls: Oft Dnovan, 3; off Schenberg. 1;
off Finn, t. Struck out: By Donovan, 1:
by Schenberg, 2; by Finn, 1. Runs and
hits: 6 and 7 off Donovan In 3 1-3 Innings',
12 and 13 off Schenberg In 4 2-3 innings.
Time: 2:09. Umpires: - Pltzpatrlt'le. and Wil
son. Costly Errors Enable Boosters
To Take Third Game of Series
St. Joseph, Alo i May 24. Costly
hobbles by the Saints enabled Des
Moines to take the third game of
the series here, S to It was a, I
poor exhibition of ball playing for
the local fans. The champions played
in bad form all the' way, allowing
six runners to reach first safely, that
should have been thrown out. The
score that won the game for the
visitors was donated when Manager
Kelleher and Brubsker let an easy
fly fall back of third base. Williams
was touched up for, 10 hits, while
Lynch held the locals to six. Conroy
was the only Saint effecfive with the
willow, getting four hifSout of four
times at bat.
v DBS MoiftES. 1 st. Joseph.
6 3 4 OIB'n'wlti. cf 4 0 4 0
2 2 4 B'baker, 3b
1 1 3Kel'her, ss
0 1 01 Walker, rf -
2 2 olHIrby, If
1 3 3Conroy, 2b
1 11 1 Grot h, lb
1 3 (I Shestak. c
0 3 1
0 10 0
0 0 2
1 13 1
0 0 3 William, p 3
Crosby, c i
Totals.. 35 10 37 111 ' Totals... 31 4 27 11
Pea Moines 0 0 0 0 1 2.0 03
St. Joseph 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 2
Runs: Des Moines, O'Connor, Coffey,
Anderson: St. Joseph, Walker, Conroy.
Error: Des Moines. 0: St Joseph, Bono
wits. Kelleher,- Walker (2). Shestak.
Earned runl: Des Moines. 2; St. Joseph, 2.
Bases on balls:: Off Lyncrk 2; off Wil
liams, 0. Struck out: By .Lynch, 3; by
Williams, 2. Hits and earned runa: Off
Lynch, and 2; off Williams, 10 and 3.
Left on bases: Des Moines, 8; St. Joseph,
. Two-base hits: O'Connor. Conroy. Hit
by pitched ball : Walker by Lynch. Sacri
fice hits: Klrby. Metz. Breen, Lynch.
Stolen bases: Coffey, Breen. Umpires:
Jacobson and Lauzon. Time: 1:28.
Lindimore's Hitting and
Base Running Wins Game
(Oklahoma City, May 24. Lindi
more's fourth hit of the game and
Lhi great base running on Moore's
K.:i- . m :..:.. -
single wuu a u-iiiuiug sfliiic(iui
Oklahoma City over Wichita, the
first of i four-game series, 7 to 6.
In five trips, Lindimore got three
singles and a double and scored
four times, once on a sacrifice fly
just back of the mfield.
Moeller, cf 4 0 3 0
Beck, lb .
1 t 3
2 0, 4
Dar'ger, aa 6 2 3 3
Pitt, rf 6 2 2 1
L'd'm'e. 3b S 4 1 5
Hughes. 2b 2 0 2 4
Moore, If 4 2 10
Banner, e 2 14.1
Shan'n. lb 3 2 14 0
1 4 1
0 3 1
0 0 JiWhitney, p 10 0 4
0 0 4ICov'gton, p 1 O 0 0
Totals.. 3 1023 li Totals.. .32 12 30 18
One out when winning run scored.
Wichita 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 2 0 t
Oklahoma City , 10120110 17
Runs: Wichita. Smith. Beck (2), Wash
burn, Coy (2); Oklahoma City. Moeller.
for Smartness and domfort .
Anew Spring and Summer
L I O N xv
IVN(TEOSt4lITfsOCOLLCO,LSOIIHAlCR 0' UOW4.HleTTS.THOV, H. t
FOR HOME RUNS
Chicago Hits Naylor Hard
And Wins Opening Game of
Series From Athletics,
.10 to 2. "
Philadelphia, May 24-Chicago
batted Naylor hard and won the
opening game of the series from the
locals, 10 to 2. Felsch tied Ruth's
1920 record by hitting his sixth
home run of the season. A great
ratch by Jackson prevented Walker
from equaling the same mark.
CHICAGO. J PHILADELPHIA.
Murnhv. rf S 4 3 4(1 Dykes. Ib
E Colnr-lb 3
Weaver 3b 5
Jackson, If '
Felsch, cf S
J'rdan, lb 6
Risb'g. as 4
Schalk. c 4
Fsber, p 4
a 1 rnomaa, aq
1 0 Walker. It
f. Witt, rf
t' Perkins, e
1 'Styles, o
I Naylor, p
Hasty, p ,
1 1 4
0 2 3
0 S 1
0 0 3
0 0 0
0 0 0
Totals..3 15 27 S Totala... S3 3 27 17
Patted for Naylor In aeventb.
j Batted for Hasty In ninth.
Philadelphia ...... .0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2
Buns: Chicago, Murphy . c"'11!1n,
(21 Weaver Jackson, Felsch; Phila
delphia, Dykrs, Walker. Errors: Phila
delphia, Dykes.' 3rlffin. -Two-base hits:
E. Collins, Fclcoh. Oriffln, Styles. Home
sun. Felsch. Sacrifice hits: Jsckson (2),
Dugsn (2). Walker. Double plays: Per
kins and Duean. Left on bases: Chicago.
S; Philadelphia. . Bases on balls: Off
Falser. 1; off Naylor, 1; off Hasty, 1. Hits:
Of Naylor. 13. In aaven Innings; off Hasty.
2 In two Innings. Struck out: By-Faber,
3; by Naylor. 4; by Hasty. 1. Passed ball:
I'rrklna. , Losing pitcher: Naylor. Um
pires: Evans arid Hlldebrand. Time: 1:43.
Flagatcad't Homer Beats Yanks.
New Tork. May 24. Ehmke pitching
and a home run by Flagstead with one
man on base enabled Detroit to defeat
New York in the opening game of the
sr.rles by 3 to 1. Ehmke held the Tankeea
to two hits, both made by Ruth. First
bnsemsn Pipp of New Tork was ordered
off the field ty Umpire Nallin for pro
tentlng a decision.
DETROIT. T" NEW TORK.
Young. 2b 3 0 1 ?!Ward. 3b 4 0 1
1 O SfKTU, sa 4
1 3 t'Plpp, lb 2
1 4 Vick. rf 1
112 tlRuth, rf-lb
1 0 o! Lewis, If
0 2 5 Pratt, 2b
14 llBodle. cf
0 1 SiHan'h
Totals.. 22 0 27 151 Total... 28 2 21 14
Batted ior Maya In ninth.
Detroit 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 03
New Tork 0 1 0 0 0 00 0 1
Runs: Detroit, Cobb, Hellmann Flag-
stead; New Tork. Ruth. Errors: 'Detroit,
0 New York, Lewis. Three bsse hit:
Ruth. Home runt Flagstead. Sacrifice
hit: Veach. Double plays: Mays and Pipp;
stnn, and Younsr. Left on bases: New
York. 1: Detroit, 3. Bases on bslls: Off
Mays, 3; off Ehmke, 1. Struck out: By
Mays. 4: by Ehmke, 3. Umpires: Dlneen
and, Nallin. Time: 1:35. . .
Bush Is Erratic
Boston. May ' 24. Bush pitched erratic
hall against St. Louis in the nrjt or me
series. Boston winning. 6 to 1. The visi
tors' run came in tha eighth. Aside from
that inning iBush was given sensational
support, while St. Loula fielded poorly.
W. L. Pet,
W. L. Pet .
Austin. 3b .5 0 2
Hooper, rf 4 2 10
Th'ps'n, 2b 2
M'Naily. lb i o l
M'n'sky. If 4 0 3 0
H'nd i. cf
, Totals. .35 7 24 141 Totals.. . 30 S 27 11
BatTed for Vangllder In eighth.
. xBatted for Sanders In ninth.
St. Louis 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1
Boston I .'...0 0 4 0 0 1 0 0 6
'Runs: St. Louis, Austin, Boston, Hooper,
McNally. Hendryx, Schang. Bush. Errors:
St. Louis, .Austin 2). Gedeon, Jacobson.
Severeld; Boston. McNally. Foster. Two
base hits: Hooper (2). Schang. Sacrifice
hits: Hendryx (2), McNally. Left on
bases: St. Louis, 10; Boston. 6. Bases on
bslls: Off Vangllder, 3: off Bush, 2. Hits:
Off Vangllder. 6 In 7; off Sander, 1 la 1.
Struck out: By Vangllder, 2: by Bush, 2.
Wild pitch: Bush. Losing pitcher: Van
gllder. . Umpire: Chill and Owens. Time;
Wild Air, Is First in
' New York, 'May 24. Wild Air,
owned by ,Harry Payne Whitney,
won the historic Metropolitan handi
cap at Belmont park today. Thun
derclap was second and On Watch
third. Xhe time was I:J8 4-S. ine
betting againJt Wild Air was 11
to 10. : -
Philly Has Largest Ice Rink
Philadelphia boasts the largest ice
skating building in this country.
Pitt. Lindimore 4.. Shannon. Errora:
Wichita. 0: Oklahoma City. Hughea (2).
Bases on balls: Off Whitney 2: off Maun
3; off East 1. Struck out: By Coving
ton 4: by East 1. Two base hits: Butler,
Conian, Col, Darrlnger. Lindimore. Ban
ner. Wild pitch: Maun, sacrmce nits
Hughea (3), Whitney, Banner. Stolen
bases: Moeller. Conran. Double play: Pitt,
Lindimore and Darrlnger. Lett on oases:
Oklahoma City, 6: Wichita, E. Time: 2:00.
Umpires: Daley ana Lipe.
At MlnneapoKc B. H. E.
Louisville f. 2 I 2
I Minneapolis 3 10 2
flatteries: lineup ana Meyer;
and Mayer. f
At Kansas City R. H. E.
Toledo J i J
Kansas City I." 3
Batteries: Dubuc and Murphy; Wood
ward and Brock.
At St. Paul B. H. E.
Indianapolis U I
St .Paul 1 2
Batteries: Rogga and tiossett; Oriner
Batteries: McQuillan i
Schulz. Miller and Gaston.
. R, H. E.
. 4 10 1
BASE BALL TITLE
HANGS ON GAME
Creighton High and Com
merce High to Mix for City
High School Championship
At Municipal Field.
The championship of jHie' City
High School Base Ball league hinges
on the outcome of this afternoon's
game between Creighton High and
Commerce High at Thirty-second
street and Dewey avenue.
Commerce is leading the 'league
without a defeat. Creighton High
has been defeated but once and that
defeat was administered by Corn
merce. If Creighton wins, the two
teams will be tied for first honors.
Mahoney Against Smith.
Frank Mahoney, Commerce's star
pitcher, probably will be on the
mound for the Bookkeepers. Smith,
who has been pitching superb ball
for Creighton, will hurl for the
Another spirited battle will be
staged between the South High and
Central High base 'ball squads at
Luxus park. The Packers have no
victories to their credit yet, while
Central has won only two games,
both from the South Siders. The
Packers are anxious to win at least
one game this year, and this after
noon is their last chance.
Frank McGrath or Harold Strib
ling will i pitch for Central, while
Hill will be on the mound for
South. This is the last ratind of the
league, two other games being
played next week before the Purple
and White men depart for their
cadet encampment at Valley.
The Central balf -club will prob
ably meet one of the league teams
at .Valley on visitqr's day, although
an out of town team may get the
game. The Purple and White will
prabably attempt to get the cham
pions on Visitor's day.
IN BIG LEAGUES
Western League Magnates
Complete Plans to Stopv Bel
ting on Base Ball Results. ,
. Chicago, May 24. Chicago made
its first move Monday to 'stamp out
gambling at base ball games, when
police and detectives arrested 47
bleacher spectators who were al
leged to be making bets.
The raid was the outgrowth of
LactiQrif decided on. recently between
john Heydler, president of the Na
tional league and is. : B. Johnson,
American league head, to stop
gambling at major league parks.
Detectives have been stationed for
a week in the bleachers where the
arrests were made. At the end of
the second inning of the game be
tween Philadelphia and Chicago, a
signal was given and detectives and
polite surrounded the men.
' William Veeck, president of the
Chicago club, said all persons found
guilty would be barred from his
park hereafter. . .
The crusade against gambling has
spread to minor leagues Club own
ers of the. American association as
well s the Three I and Western
leagues have completed plans , to
combat the evil.
New York, May 24. The crusade
td prevent betting at major league
base ball games was reached here
today when three men were arrested
at the Polo Grounds, charged' with
disorderly conduct, in that they of
fered to accept wagers on the out
come of the game between the New
York and Detroit Americans.
Pa Rourke in
Has Hard Luck With Moundmen This Year Pal-
mero, Fuhr, Kopp and Schatzman Have Been Go
ing Well But Another Is Needed Hemingway
Case in Hands of National Board.
Pa Rourke, owner of the Omaha
base ball club, went on a flying trip
to Kansas City yesterday. .
Pa is searching for a pitcher.
The Omaha club now boasts only
four pitchers, Palmero, Fuhr, Kopp
and SchatzmatH Pa wants five, al
though his four-part hurling staff
has been struggling along sufficient
ly well to put the Rourkes in second
If one pitcher should crack,
though, Pa would be in a bad fix
and it is that possible calamity he
seeks to avoid by signing 4 fifth
'Pa has hay bad luck with his
pitchers this year. - First, Sandy
Burk, a veteran of last year and a
cinch as a winning pitcher, refused
to report, deciding he preferred to
be a tire salesman in Brooklyn to a
ball player in -Omaha1. A wedding
last winter is said to- have been
responsible for Sandv's ideas along
McQuillen Pitches Brilliantly
For Six Frames, But Weak
ens in Seventh Reuther
In Rare Form. .
Cincinnati, May 24. Cincinnati
broke its losing streak today by win
nine from Boston, 4 to 2. McQuil-
I len pitched brilliantly for six rounds,
but in the seventh the Keds bunched
five hits for three runs and scored
another on three hits off Hearn in
the eighth. Ruether was in rare
fcrm except in the fourth.
Powell. rf J10 1 1 Rath, 5b
3 1 ft
Rawllngs 10 0 OlPaub't. lb
Hsarn. p. 0 0 1 OlOroh. 3b
Pick, 2b 1 llRoush, cf
Mann, If 4 12 OlPuncsn. If
Sul'van. rf S 1 1 lIKopf, ss
Holke, lb I 111 UNosIr, rf
B'cksl, 3b 2 0 1 aWlngo, e
M'n'vle, ss 2 0 i SiR ther, p
Uowdy, c 3 0 2 2
M'Q'l'n, p 2 0 1 3
Bailey; cf 1 1 1 ('
Totals.. 2 B 24 18
Totals... 32 13 27 IS
Batted for Powell In tig-nth.
Boston I I H M H 0 2
Cincinnati oaOOOOSl i 4
Runs: Boston, Towell, Mann; Cincin
nati, Groh, Roush, Puncan. Ncale. Two
basa hrts: Routher, ' Stolen bases: Roush.
Duncan, Neale (2). Sacrifice: Kopf. Pick
Double play: McQuillan to Maranvtlla to
Holke. Left on basea: .Boston 3; Cincin
nati 6. Bases on balls: Off Ruether. 3:
off McQuillan. !. Hits: Off McQuillan,
9 In 7 Innings; off Hearn, 3 In on innlnrt.
Struck out: By Ruether. 2; by McQuillan,
1. Loslnjc pitcher: McQuillan. Umpires:
McCormlck and Hart. Time: 1:40.
Giants Beat Cards.
St. Louis, May !L New Tork broke
St. Louls'wlnning stVeak today by 7 to
4 Stherdel was knocked from the box
when five of the first six who faced htm.
In the seventh hit safely and drove in
(pur rurs. St. Louis bit Nehf freely.
1 4 1
4 2 3 4
Toy y, p
3 3 10
3 2 0
0 1 0
1 11 0
0 2 2
Totals. .3 11 27 171 Totals.. .37 14 27 S
Batted f firhupp in fifth.
xBatted for May In ninth.
zBatted for Janvrln in ninth.
New Tork 0 2 1" 0 0 4 0 17
St. Louis 00011020 04
RUns: New Tork. Burns. Tounr. Fletch
er (3). Doyle. Nehf; St. Louis. Stock 12).
Hornshy, Lavan. Errors: New Tork,
Hornaby, Lavan. .Errors: New Tork. 0: St.
Louis. McHenry, Lavan. Two-basa hits:
Fletcher, Hornaby. Three-basa hits: King.
Sacrifice hits: .Doyle. Double plays: Nehf,
Fletcher and Kelly: Doyle. Fletcher and
Kelly. Left on bases: New Tork. I; St.
Louis, 7. Bases on balls: Off Nehf 1: off
Schupp 4; off May 2. Hits: Off Nehf. 13
in 7 Innings (none out In eighth): off
Tbney. 1 In 2 innings; off Schupp, 4 In S
Innings: off Sherdel. C In 1, 13 innings
(one out in seventh): off May 5 in 2 2-3
innings. Struck out: by Nehf.l : by Schupp.
2; by May. 4. Winning pitcher: Nehf.
Losing pitcher: Schupp. Umpirea: Qutfley
and O'Day. Time: 2:05.
Alexander Wins Again. ,
Chicago. May 21. Alexander won his
ninth consecutive game today when Chi
cago shutout Philadelphia. 6 to 0. Rlxey
had two bad innings when tha locale
concentrated their attack. Alexander
pitrd In fine form, only one visitor,
Lebourveau reaching aecond. . .
LofaVau, If 4 1 0 0
Flack, rf 4 0 2 0
Hol'cher.ss 3 13 1
Pask't, cf 3 2 2 0
R'b'tson, If 4 2 0 0
Banc'ft, sa 4
Wil'ma. cf 4
Stengel, rf 2
0 2 0
ft 1 7
.T. MiU'r. 2b 3
Deal, 3b 2 1 2 HP'lette. lb 3
Terrv. 2b" 3 12 1IR. Mlll'r. 3b 3
KUlifer, e 2 0 S . 'IWItherow.c 3
Al'x'd'r.p 3 O'O 2Rixey,p 3
.Totals.. 23 ( 27
Totals... 30 34.21
Philadelphia 00 0 00000 ft ft
Chicago 3 ft 0 0 3 0 0 X
Runs: Chicago, Hollocher. Pasklrt, Bar
ber (2). Deal. Errors: Philadelphia. Rlxey
(2). Three-bssa hits: Paskert. Barber.
Stclen base: Barber. Sacrifice hits: KUli
fer, Deal. Double plays: Rlxey, to Ban
croft to Paulette; Alexander to Hollocher
to Barber: Deal ((unassisted): Paulette
to Bancroft. Left on bases: Chicago, 2;
Philadelphia. 3. Bases on balls: Off Rlxey,
2. Struck out: By Alexsnder. 4: by Rlxey.
1 Umpires: Klem and Emslie. . Time:
' Dodreri Shutqot Pirates. ,
Pittsburgh. May 24 Good pitching by
Mamaux enabled Brooklyn to defeat Pitts,
burgh, 1 to 0, toaa'y. Adama waa hit
lutrd. but the Tlsltors used poor Judgment
on tha bsses. A pass to Johnston In the
fourth, followed by an out and Konetchy'a
two-bagger, scored tha only run of. tha
ge.me. - .
BROOKLTN. I PITTSBURGH.
Olson. 2b 4 1' 0 2lCaton, sa 4-111
2 4 Oicafey. cf 4
Myers, cf ,
2 llS'thw'th, rf 4
Whltted, 3b 3
IC'tshaw, 2b S
Ortmm. lb 1
Schmidt, e 2
Adama, p 3
Mam x, p
Totals.. 32 1 27 8
Totals...: 4 27 It
o o o l ft o e a e i
hits: Konetchy. Myers, Southworth. Three-
bsse hits: Kilduff. Stolen base: Cutshaw.
Double plays: Cutshaw, Caton and Grimm:
Whitted, Cutshaw and Grimm; Johnaton
and Ward. Left on bases: Brooklyn ft;
Pittsburgh B. Bases on balls: Off Ma
maux 2; off Adama 2. Struck out: By
Maumaux ft; by Adama 2. Umpirea: Rig
ler and Moran. Time: 1:31.
j,Then Pa bought Pete Henning1
from 'Kansas City, but Pete had a
mad on Kansas City and wouldn't
The next purchase made by Pa
was1 of Turner of the Chicago Cubs.
But an American association club
refused to waive Turner and he
couldn't come to Omaha.
Rourke also was promised a pitch
er by Mike Kelley of St. Paul, but
Mike couldn't make good when a
couple of his athletes jumped him.
Rourke finally has tired of dicker
ing with Ed Hemingway, the teni-
jermental. infielder. He turned the
Tfemingway case over to the na
tional .board Sunday and that
means Hemingway passes out of the
jurisdiction of-the Omaha club. The
penalty for players who act up as did
Hemingway is a three-year suspen
sion, with no recourse. Hemingway
accepted three propositions . from
Rourke and then changed his mind
on each so Pa gave hiita up as a bad
proposition. . . . ,
Murphys Lose Star 4
Battery to Sidney,
Eddie Robin's Team
Murphy-Did-Its lost their star bat
tery, "Butch" Hay and Harry Wil
liams, to Sidney, Neb., after Sun
day's defeat of the St Joe stock
yards team at Creighton field.
Eddie Robin, manager of the Sid
ney team, left Monday night with
Hay and Williams to introduce the
Sidney ball club to their new mound
man and catcher.
Sidney plans to have the fastest
team in the state. Robin declares.
Schoening Hardwares Trim
Malvern, la.. Nine, 8 to 0
Schoening Hardware company
lase ball team of Council Bluffs de
feated Malvern, la., at Malvern, 8
When Women Buy
W' ATCH that feminine hand feel the
cloth. Note how her practiced eye
takes in the stitching, the sewing
of the buttons and the buttonholes, the
smoothness of the tailoring. Watch her
expression of satisfaction when she ex
amines an Eagle Shirt the weave of the
fabric loomed by the makers; the per
fection of the workmanship. (
Eagle Shirts are easy to sell to a woman,
no matter Vhat her standards.
Ask your wife to drop in and look at our
new Spring fabrics individually named.
$2.50 to $18.50
a ' Less 20 Discount.
john a smnson.m.s , -
J I j
Great Remodeling Sale
Starting Tuesday, 9 A. M.
$25,000 Stock of High Grade
Clothing Will Be Sold at
. GET READY FOR THIS BIG SAVING
Shirley Clothes Shop
Don't Blame "Spring Fever"
tor I hat "Down
Your Blood Needs a Thorough
Cleaning Jlist Now.
- As Spring approaches the im
purities: that have been accumulat
ing in the ,system throughout the
winter begin to clog up the circu
lation, causing a general weakness
and debilitated condition' that is
generally known as "Spring fever."
The first symptoms are usually
a loss of appetite, followed by a
gradually lessening of e-nergy, the
system becomes weaker day by day,
until you feel yourself on the verge
of a breakdown. Children just at
this season are peevish, and irrita
ble, and become puny and lifeless.
This whole condition is but the
result of impurities in the blood
that have been accumulating and
make themselves felt more distinct
to 0, Sunday. Ole Brewick held the
Malvemites to ihree scattered hits
and whiffed seven of them.
Manager Al ChristotTerson, Rlack
975, is scouting trouble for the hard
ware team for next Sunday. He cor
dially invites managers of fast ball
teams to ask him for a game.
If you are earning lea than
$250.00 per Month .
you can earn mora tailing
Nebraska and Iowa
Writ or call on
Curtis 1000 St. Paul
St. Paul, Minn.
i 1 maan
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FOR HEN AND WOMEN-
- and - Out" Feeling
ly with the change of seasons.
They show that .naturt needs as
sistance in giving the system a gen
Everybody just now needs a few
bottles of S. S. S.. the great vege
table blood remedy, to cleanse it
of impurities. It is good for the
children, for it gives them new
strength and puts their system in
condition so they can more easily
resist the many ailments so prevar
lent in summer. S. ,S. S. is with
out an equal as a general tonic and
system builder. ' It improves the
appetite and gives new strength
and vitality to ' both old ; "and
Full information and valuable
literature can be had by writing to
Swift Specific Co., 171 Swift Lab
orator Atlanta Ga. '
r-wW,. awan r4 $ v 1 !- -
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