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    unday Bee
PART THREE
SPORTS AND AUTO
PART, THREE
FINANCIALr-WANT ads
VOL. L NO. 12.
OMAHA, SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 1 5, 1920.
1 C
TEN CENTS
Ruth . Lands on Two More Homers' Saturday
THE
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vR0URKES DROP
OPENING GAME
OF SIOUX SERIES
Eiffert Poles Hit Over Right
i Field Fence for Winning
Run After Locals Had
Tied Count.
iftert, catcher for Sioux City, hit
the ball over the right ( field fence
in the eighth inning yesterday and
von the first game of the series from
Omaha, score 4 to 3.
The visitors made a trio of tallies,
in the second inning on Eiffert's
single, a sacrifice, a fjelder's choice
and a pair of errors by Haney. Their
fourth and last run was Eiffert's
homer. '
Omaha made one in the fourth
when Platte walked, vent to second
on Marr's muff of Lee's roller, went
to third when Lelivclt forced Lee at
ircnnH nrl Vinm when Mason forced
iS.Kf livelt at second. Mason was
caught stealing.
In the seventh Omaha tied the
scere. With one man outf Mason sin-
Rica ana single waiKea. Kyan ran
fit Lingle. Schatzman fanned and
jilaney delivered a timely single
jfirer short, sending in Mason and
Davenport allowed but five hits.
OMAITA.
AR, W.
po.
10
I
s
e
Honey, M . .
Seidell, lb ..
4,tlaon. 3b .
riate, rf ...
If
Illvrlt. If .
Mason, rf ...
l.lngle, a ....
Kian, ....
, Vrhatzman, p
Total!
. .. . 4
.... 4
.... 3
8
.... S
.... 4
4
!
.... I
.... 3
....11 1
eiorx CITT.
I II IS
AB. R.
ro.
i
15
1
1
1
0
0
A.
9
t
0
0
3
W
Caonrj, 2b
Marr. lb ...
('roiich,' rf
Ilfti, lb . . ,
Klffrt, ..
Ilrnwn, .,
rnwrll, If .,
Hoblnnan. rf
Darrnpori, p
1
'Total ...
..33 4 10 tl
OMaha ............ 0 0 0 1 0 0 J 0 03
lnr City 0300000 1 04
Earned runs: Omaha S, Slotix City I.
Homo run: Kiffrrt. Two-bane hltn: I'latte.
Mrtl, Rohlnwn. Double play: llrewn to
I'noner to Mrtxi Uncle to Weldrll to 111-
flt. Stolrn bane: UIMaMin. Sarrlflee
Mt: Powell (2). Cooney. Paiuied balM:
Xlffert (3).' Itaaea on ball. Off 8rht
man t. off DaTenport 3. Mrnrk out: By
Srhatiman 3, by Iaveiiport 1. Hit by
pitched ball: By Davenport Iie). Um
pire I Burnnlde and Windsor.
Wichita Team Knocks
; Booster Pitcher Out
K Tulsa, Seept. 4. The' ' Wclies
"Jit3cked Morcv's of L the rubber in
the first two innings and scored six
rims and that lead was too. great for
the locals to overcome, the'W'iches
J winning the first game of the "cru
cial" series with the league leaders.
' WICHITA. f, TULSA.
AB.H.O.A.I AB.H.O.A.
Berber. 4 1 1 4:stute. s 6 3 3 4
Wukb'Mb 4ii 1 . SIBurkelf S
Rait, rf 4SJ 1-OlM'Manua.lb 4
Old
110
(TJ 1
Tiryan. o
6 11 OITIerney. 2b
( 14 - oicievel'd.3b
111 SlConnolly.cf
3 0 6 OlDavlK. rf
Bock, lb
, Butler, 3b
Honlun, If
Griffin, cf
2
0
1 2 0
Oil
0 0 0
0 0 4
0 0 0
10 1 OiBrannon, e
Greaory, p 42 0 4Morey, p
j Ailams, p
Total " 17 1 27 15Querry
TaI.I. ' 3d 1 1 97 19
I Batted tot Adam In ninth. v
f Wichita 4 2OO0020 0 S
h'ulaa....;. 00001100 35
Runt: Brrr C), Washburn (2). Yer
yin (I), Stutr, Cleveland, Connolly (2),
T)vl. Twn-baae hits: Bast, Wnshburn (2),
Vsrvan. Stuli. Homo runs: Burger, Yr
yan, Connelly, Dais. Sacrifice hit: Con
ion. Stolen bssc: Gregory. Double plays:
Berger to Washburn to Beck; Tlerney to
Hfuta to J!cMan'is. Base on balls: Off
Adams 3. Struck out: By Morey 1, by
Adpms 2. Hit by pitched hall: By Moreya
Washburn). Runs and hits: Off Sloreys.
0 and 6 In 1 2-3 Innings; off Adams. 2
and 6 in 7 1-3 Innings. Losing pitcher;
Morris. Left on bases: Wichita 7, Tulsa .
Vmptres: Jacobs and ;Buckel. Tinio of
Ny gam: 1:46.
. Joseph Battlers Hit Two
' Des Moines Pitchers Hard
St. Joseph,- Sept. 4. St. Joseph
batted the Des Moics pitcher hard
todav and won, 12 to 1.
PES JdOINKS. I ST. JOSEPH.
AB.H.O.A.I AB.H.O.A.
Benson, ss 6 2 1 4'Bonowltz.cf 6 2 10
SI'De'ott,3b 6
Moellrr, lb 4
2 1 3! A lien, ss 6
111 1 '.Connolly. ?b 4
2 3 OlWalker. rf 4
3 1
2
Con r.cf.c 4
n,c.cf 4
1 Conroy, lb b
6'Roche, 5b 6
O'Klnnen, rf ,- 3
0 Shesiak. c 3
6 Allison, p 4
41
'y. :b 8
I. led. rf 4
O Hara. If 4
Althaus, p 0
Fletcher, p I
Cykowskl 1
01 Totals
38 1 27 t
Total 37 10 24 1 . -Batted
for Althouse -in ninth'.
Tie Molne OOOOOlOOfl 1
St. Joseph 4 0 0 4 0 1 0 lOx 12
Run: Benson. Bonowlts. Allen (3),
Connollv (3). talker (2). Conroy. Kinnen.
fchestak. Error: I.ied. Earned runs: Dea
Moines 1. St. Joseph 1. Base on balls:
Off Allison 1. off Fletcher 1. off Atthouse
2. Struck out: By Allison . by Althouse
1. Left on bases: Des Moines 10. St.
Joseph 7. Twq-basa hits: Allen. Benso.i.
Pacriflc kit: Connolly. ' Stolen bases:
R-whe (2). Allen. Umpires: Lauion and
Becker. Time: 1:S1. . v
With the Pug
Th open air boxing how that ws
planned by the Arna A. C. of Jersey City
at the-ball park for September 7 has been
declared off. . Th reason given was tha.1
Billy Gibson, manager of Champion Benny
Leonard and Joe Benjamin, refused to al
low Benjsmin to box Willie Jackson In
the semi-final. Leonard waa to .have boxed
Jobnny Slieppsrd.
. " a
; Word waa received by Qua Wilson, train
er of Carpeniler and Charley Ledoux. the
French champions, that Carpentler was of
fered two matches in Spain and Franc,
but had passed them up foaail for America
for hi tuni with Battling Levtnsky at
. Njrookl3'l.
' Bill Brennan. heavyweight contender,
has started training at Joe Thoiaras' catnp
in DUmond Hill, R. I., for hi scheduled
bout with Jack Dempsey at 2s"w Tork
city th first part of October.
T Benny Leonard, lightweight champion,
wilt take on K. O. Loughlin at Camden.
X. J.. twalv round, no decision, Sept-
jr !. .
Mel Coogan will mako M ett trt.
fer long layoff from an Injury to hi
rms. at Toungstown on Labor day. bav-
r,t Rkchi Mitchell for an opponent..
r. -
In order to enforce the law, the
tops, have been armed with tele
icrvpes .and giant Eelgian police
tooths. . '
World's Greatest Slugger
MHWrn -
Ml
r
1
' 'I'M?' ; -
i nin,Tfnir in mmmauammmmmmmmtmmmmHmmmmmmmmmm
Th above i fAe way th camera caught Ruth' of anticipation
at ho wat awaiting hi turn at bat with it opportunity for another homo
run. It i not at all the way he look to the pitcher who' ha to face him.
'in $pttm ot hta terrihe swing Ruth finishea it with his bat well under
control, svsn when he mines the ball, at shown by this snapshot of the
position of his hands and bludgeon at the end of a " ttritte.
.c
4m. m .-im. dm
Some idea of the power thi Tarzan of the diamond put into a
drive eon be teen from the position of hi feet after delivering thel blow.
They how that hi whole body went into the punch, and ttill they are
ready to etart instantly without the time watted in reiovery by many
heavv hittert. ' I
Boston, Sept. 4. This was "Babe"
Ruth day at Fenway park and the
New York batsman cracked out tvolf?ained his second homer, both lofty
home runs to celebrate His total
for the season now stands at 46.
His first circuit drive of the' day
came in the third inning of the first
BASE BALL
DIRECTORY
Standings of the Teams,
Western League.- -
L. Pet. 1 W. I.. Pet.
67 .ST'St. Joseph.B 67 ,0i
Tulsa . .
Wlehita
Omaha
Oki. City
Joseph . H 6 1
77 5 .5791 .1 oplin 63 72 .4ii7
70 64 .S'!-S Sioux Citv ti 75 .444
71 65 .522;Ies M'lne 54 SI ..00
National Leugue.
1
. W. L. Pet. I W. L. Pet.
Brooklyn .21 65 .66i!Chicago ..78 51 .60r,
Cincinnati 70 64 ,6l;iSl. Louis. ..62 HH .44
Pittsburgh 65 60 620;Boston 4! 70 ,.412
New Tork. 70 57 .551, Phdelphia 50 74 .400
American League. .
W. L. Pet. I - XT. L. Pet.
Cleveland 78 49 .614, Boston 2 66 .44
Sew Tork. 80 52 .606 Wanh gton 63 6S .538
CMcago ' .."8 61 .60VDetroit ...,49 77 .389
St. Louis.. 64 60 .olHiPh'delphia "43 84 .339
Games Today.
Western League.
Pea Moines at St. Joseph.
Sioux Citv at Omaha.
-Joplin at Oklahoma City.
Wichita at Tulsa. !
National League.
Cincinnati at St. Louis.
Boston at Brooklvn.
Philadelphia at New Tork.
. American League!
St. Louia at Chicago" "
Detroit at Cleveland.
Boston at Washington.
American Association
At Kansas City:
Milwaukee
Kansas City
Batteries: McWheeney and
nolds, Weaver and Sweeney;
At. Indianapolis: ,
T.uuisvllle
Indianapolis .-
R. H. E.
6 13 1
0 S 0
Huhn; Rey-
R. II. E.
.1 12 2
:., .: 15 2
Miller and
Batten: uranam. h.
Kocher. rHeyers; Jones and Henllne.
At Minneapolis:
St. Paul-Minneapolis postponed; rain.
At Columbus: R. H. E.
Toledo v, ..4 4
Columbus .'. . 3 -S 0
Batteries: Brady and Woouall; Lyon,
Sherman and Kelley.
Powell and Calvert Play
Close Match at Field Club
Ralph Powelrf city and state cham
pion, found Rev. John Calvert a
"hard proposition" to beat yesterday
in the semi-finals of the Field club
tennis tournament. It took 43 games
to decide the match. The score was
10-8, 7-9, 6-3. Powell will play the
winner of. ,the Stocking-Xewe.ll
match' for the club title,
mm.. I
V It ' ,
game ot a double header and in the
sixth inning of the second game, he
drives into the right field stands,
When Babe Ruth today knocked
his 46th home run he broke all
knoftu world's records for circuit
drives in a single season.
Ruth last season broke "Buck"
Freeman's major league record of
25 home runs in a season by driv
ing out 29. This, however, was not
a world's rec6rd. for Perry Werden,
playing with Minneapolis; them in
the V estern league, made 4a four
base nits in javo. Werden was a
first-baseman and, like Ruth, was
unusually largev physically. Most
of his home runs were made in the
Minneapolis park, however, which
had very close right and left field
fences. He seldom drove the ball
over the fence on foreign fields.
In 1901 Catcher Roth of the
Evansville Central league club made
Jb home runs
Ruth this year has made at least
one homer in every ball park m the
American league, although he has
made more in New York than in
any other city.
The SporUngVjkrld?
Answer to Yesterday's Question.
. 1. Wills' knockout wa hi first victory
icver riiuon.
2. Roland Roberts has never been on
jLiav.s cup team.
3. Kuiiiagac won the Virginia and Nw
Ytrk state tennis championship last year.
4. Samuel J. Dallas Is president of the
ivatlonal Amateur Athletic union.
6. The Shamrock IV won two race
from the Resolute.
6. The largest rubber possible In whist
U eight points, called a bumper. Th-s
is possible when the winners' score two
tiiplrs and the rubber to their oppanenrs
noibfng.
7. The seating capacity of Brave' field
is 47.S00.
. The White Sox field has a bigger
seating capacity than the Reds' field.
. Hollocher had a better fielding ave
rage at short last year than did Hornsby.
10. The National league adopted sAe
foul strike "rule in 1901 and the. Ameri
can league in 1903. s
" New Questions,
1. What was Joe Wood' highest per
centage as a pitcher In the majors?
2. What did Tria Speaker bat last
win? .
3. What franchise did Syracuse get In
the Intrnntional league?
4. Whaw was the average attendance
at a game In the 1919 world's series?
.5. How many ofthe present Ameii
cau aboxlns champions are Iriah?
.' Who was th last Irish lightweight
champion?
7. Where idid GIei;n "J. Warner coach
before coming to th Fittbaigh univer
sity? - -
S Has Samuel Hardy ever been ranked
in the first 10 In tennis?
9. Who was the last New Tork golfer
to win 'he rxilonal amateur titlet,
10. Whn did M. -T. MeC.rath first win
me national A... A., i..i6-ib. weight tosa? ,
- ,
YANKEES. AND
BOSTON DIVIDE
DOUBLEHEADER
Babe Ruth Hits Two Home
Runs White "Sox Split
, Even With St. Louis '
ClevelandWins. "
Boston, Sept . 4. "Babe" ,Ruth
made a new world's record for home
tuns in a single season when he
knocked out his 46th in the second
contest with Boston today after
driving his 45th in the first game.
New York took the first game S to
3, and Boston the second, 6 to 5.
Ruth's homer in each instance came
with no one on bases. Both went
into the right field bleachers, the
first being made off Jones in the
third inning of the first game and
the second off Bush in the sixth in
ning of the second contest.
The attendance at the double
header was 33,027, the largest crowd
that ever attended a Red Sox game
at Fenway park.
First game.
NEW YORK. I BOSTONT.
I AB.H.O.A.I AB.H.O.A.
J'paugh.ss 6 11 6!Hooper, rf 4
12 0
0 0 2
1 2 0
3 1 0
0 1 0
17 0
2 13 1
0 0 2
PlDP. lb
b I S Ui Vltt, 3D b
4 3 2 OlMenosky, If 3
3 2 2 4IHemlryi, cf 4
6 2 1 OlMcInnis, lb 0
Rulh. rf
Pratt, 2b
Meusel, If
Bodie, cf
Ward, 8b
Hannah, o
3 11 OlM'Nally, lb
4 14 I'Scliang, c
4 0 6 OjScott, es
5 0 0 O: Brady, 2b
4
4
A
Collins, p 2
Lewis 1
2 N
1 1
2 0
2 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
r 3
0 0
0 0
0 1
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0 OixKarr
Lai
Shawkey, p 0
0 0 0'Jones. p
j zr osier, i o
39 11 27 11 Harper, p
Chaplin
Myers, p
Totals
Totals 35 9 37 9
Batted for Collins 1n eighth.
xBatted for Brady In sixth.
rBatted for Jones in sixth.
Batted forHarper Jn eighth.
N'ew Tork 20102000 0 5
Boolon 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 3
Runs: Peekinpaigh, Pipp. Ruth- (S),
Monosky, Hendrlx, McNally. Errors:
Ruth. Hannah, Mclnnls. Two-base hits:
Pecklnpaugh, Bodie. Pratt, Schang, lioop-
tr. Hendrlx (3). Home run: Ruth- Sac
rifice hit: Pratd uoubla plays: Peckin
pough to Pratt to Pipp; Brady to Mc
Nally. Left on bases:: JHw York 9. Bos
ton 11. Bases on balls: Off Shawkey 2
off Jones 4! off Harper 2. off Myera 1.
Hits: Off Collins, g In seven innings: off
Shawkey, 1 In two Innings; off Jones. 10
In six innings; off Harper, none In two
lllljliiKB, I'll i'lJfrB, 4 ill uiie luiiiiiB a mrui-it
our: By Collins 3, by Shawkey 1, by Jones
6. by Harpsr 3, by Myers 2. Wild pitch:
Harper. Winning pitcher: Cofllns. Los
ing pitcher: Jorves. Umpires: Owena and
Connolly. . Time: 2:28.
Seconil gam.
Bps TO X. I NEW TORK. v
( AB.H.O.A; AB.H.O.A.
Hooper, rf 4 2 2 0 P'paugh, 6 1 1 4
Vltt. 3b 10
1 l Pipp, lb
2 0 Ruth.rf
3 0 Pratt, 2b
0'Meusel, If
9 l'Bodle, cf
0 4,'Wanl, 3b
3 15
1 1
1 2
1 1
1 1
0 2
0 3
1 0
Menoaky.lf . 4 1
Hendryx.cf 4 0
Schang, c 4 2
Mclnnls, lb J 0
Scott, ss 2
xMcNally
0 0
3 0
1 0
0 0
0 Ruel. c
Brsdy, 2b
o
I IIMajs, p
iKarr
o
Bailey
Bush, p
0 o
1 3
Total ; 36 62,
:i8
4 2
Total 31 9 27 10
Two out when winning run waa scored.
xfltn for Scott in ninth.
a flatted for Brady 'in ninth.
Ran for Karr In ninth.
New Tork.. 00000300 2 i
Boston 20010000 3 6
Runs: Hooper, Menosky, Sehang (2),
Bailey, Bush. Peckenpaugti. Pipp. Ruth,
Pratt, Meusel. Brrors: Pcckenpaugh.
Pratt. Ruel. Two-base hits: Pipp (2i.
I May. Bodie, Schang, Scott (2). Home run:
1 Rulh. Sacrifice .hits: Vltt (2). Mclnals
Ktoien Dase: Hooper. Base on nans: urr
Mk3 2, off Bush Left on bases: New
York 9. Boston 6. Struck out: By Mays 2,
bv Bush 9. Double play: Ward to Pratt
to Pipp. Wild pitch Bush. Hit by pitched
ball: By Hay (Vltt). Umpires: Connolly
and Owen. Time of game: 2:00.
- Sox and Browns Split.
Chicago, Sept. 4. Chicago broka Its
losing streak today by dividing a double
header with St. Louis. The visitor took
the first game, 6 to 5, in 10 Innings, while
Chicago won .the sepond, 5 to 2. Clcotto
was the victim of the initial game, being
If
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It's just as natural to have
; your battery go dead when
' you forget to put in water or
. keep up charge. v 4
Even the Still Better Will-
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Insulation needs regular at
tion. 136 manufacturers of
cars and trucks have
lected 'Threaded Rubber Insulation.
Hx .Nebraska Storage Battery Co.
20th and Harney Streets
hit hard thrbughout. Chicago bunched
hits In the second and won easily behind
William' pitching.
- First game.
CHICAGO. I ST. Lor'is.
AB.H.O.A.I AB.H.O.A.
Strunk, rf 4 14 0: Gerber, ss 6214
Weaver, r.b 4 1
RoelIlna,2b 4 1
Jackson. If 4 3
Felsch, tl I 1
J. Collins. lb V
Rtsbertr, an 4 0
2 Of (Icon 2b
4'Sislcr, lb
0 Jacobson.cf
01 Williams. If
O'Smlih, 3b
4 Tobln. rf
Oevereld, c
1! Rayne. p
4
6
4
I 7
4 12 1
2 10
4 0
6 2
4 2
4 '1
1 o
4 0
6 0
1 ' 0
S 0
1 1
0 0
0 4
Schalk. c
Claotte, p
4 2
4 0
' Burwell, p
Totals
sa 12 so U
Totals 41 14 SO 17
St. Louis. 2 0 -1 1 11 0 0 0 16
Chicago.. 0 0 3 1 m 0 0 0 0 6
Runs: Strunk. Weaver. Roellins, " Jack
son, J, Collins. Gerber. Sisler (2). Smith
i?)j SeverelU. Isrrors: Roellina. Oerber (2),
Sisler, Suilth. Two-base hits: Corner. Jack
sen, Severeld. Three-bane hits: Sisler
Jucobson, Gerber. Home run: Smith. Stolen
btsei-: Smith, Weaver. Sacrifice hits: Gede-.
on, Jacoltson, Severeld, Jackson, Rlsberg.
Double plays: Gerber to Gedeon to Sisler
:'): Sinter to Severeld to Sisler; Gedeon
to Sisler; Cicotte to Weaver to E. Col
lins; Gedeon to Sisler. Left on bases: St.
Louis 10. Chicago 9. Bases on balls: Off
Cicotte 2, off Bayr.e 2, off Burwell 1. Hits:
Off Bayne. 6 In 2 innings (none out In
third); off Burwell, 7 In 8 Innijigs. Hit by
pitched ball: By Bayne E. Collins). Struck
out: Bv Cicotte 7. Winning pitcher: Bur
well. Umpires: Hildebrand and Morlarlty. I
Tim, of game: Two hours and twenty nun
utea.
Indian Win.
Cleveland. Sept. 4. Cleveland retained
first place by defeating Detroit. 12 to 3.
Nt liber Ayres nor Morrlsette, who pltcheJ
for Detroit, was effective or had control.
Caldwell was hit practically as hard, but
prevented Detroit from Buncbli-.g Its tilts.
DETROIT. 1
CLEVEL
.AND.
AB.H.O.A.I
AB.H.O.Al
T'oung, 2b 4
ll.Tamlesnn.lf 2 1
3 0
Bush, ss 6
Cobb, cf 4
Vent-h. If 4
Heilman.tb 4
Shorten, rf 4
Plnelll. 3b 4
Manion. c 4
Ayers, p 1
Mor'sette.p 3
Flagstead 1
2'W'BHnss. 2b 4 1
0 Soeaker. cf 5 2
O'.Sinlth, rf ti 0
OlGardner, 3b 4 2
01 Jbhnston.l-b 5 2
1 O'Neill, c 4 1
l'Lunte, ss ..4 0
OiCaldivell, p 3 2
o:
01 Totals 34 11
1
3 0
0
.1 0
8 1
5 0
3 4
1 1
!7 S
Total 8210 24 5!
Batted forNdorrlsolte in ninth.
Detroit 20010000 0 J
Cioveland ....'.... 0 6 1 0 0 2. 0 3 x 12
Runs: Bush, Cobb, Pinelli, 'jamieson,
Wambsganss. Sneaker. Smith (2). Gard
ner. Johnston (2), O'Neill (!). I.unte.
Caldwell. ' Errors: Toung, Bush, Manion,
Avers. Speaker. Two-base hits: Plnelll,
Vtung, Gardner, O'Neill. Three-base hlti
Vcacfc. Stolen bases: Speaker. Jamieson.
Sncrific hits: Jamieson (2). Smith. Left
on bases: Detroit , Cleveland 8. Bases
un balls: Off Ayers 3. iff Morrlsette 4,
off Caldwell 1. Hits- Off Ayers. 4 in one
and one-third innings: off Morrlsette, 7 In
six and two-thirds innings. Struck out:
By Caldwell 4. Losing pitcher: Ayers.
Umpires: Dlneen and Chill. Time: 1:66.
i Athletic Beat Senator.
Philadelphia. Sept. 4. Giving Washing
ten a. three-run lead, the Athletics kept
pepging away and eventually won today's
gme in the 13th Inning, 5 to 4.
Krlekson twirled good ball, allowing only
six hits during the game, but Slvanks'
three errors deprived him of victory.
WASHINGTON'. I PHILADELPHIA.
AB.H.O.A.I AB.H.O.A.
Judge, lb 6 2 9 OlDykes, 2h 3 0 4 9
Milan, If
O Grlffln, lb 0 19
Rice, rf
Roth, rf
Harris, 2b
Shanks, 3b
O'Neill, sm
Gharrlty, c
Krickson, p
3 OlCWalker.ef 6 2 1
1 1 ; Perkins, c 6 14
3 lirtugan, 3b 6 1 3
6 ll.Myatt, rf 4 0 2
1 2 Rlgbee, If 4 11
9 3:Galloway,s8 4 0 5
0 2ommell, p 2 0 0
ixHurrua 1 I u
60 153 10!Naylor, p 10 0
x iKeen 10 0
Total
, Totals .42 6 3S 29
Batted for Rommel In ninth. '
xBatted for Naylor In 13th.
Washington S 0 0 0 6 0 Oro 0 0 0 0 1
vrhtiaaeiphta ounovuvziuoo ; o
nuns, uuiik, email, in,, 11, riimiiLy,
Dykes, Dugan, JJIcbee. Galloway, Burrus
Krrors: Shanks (3), Gharrlty, Galloway
(21. Two-base hits: Roth, Rice, Burrus.
Milan. Home run: .'Blgbee. Stolen base:
Galloway. Sacrifice, hit: Judge, Dykes.
Myatt, Rice. Double pla) Rommel, Gal
loway. Griffin: Gharrlty to Harris: Dugan
to Dykes to Griffinf Roth to GhRi-rlty to-
ONelll; Gbarnty to Dykes; Galloway to
Griffin. Left On bases: Washington, '11;
Philadelphia, 6. Bases on balls: Off Erlck
son, 5; off Rommel. 2. Hits: Off Rommel,
11 in 9 innings: off Naylor.1 4 In 4 hiring?.-Struck
oit:9By Erlrkson, 8: by
ROmmel, ,2; by Naylor. 3. Passed ball:
Gharrlty. WJnnlnaj pitcher: Naylor.
Umpires: Nallin and Evans. Tlme: 222.
Carpentier Sails Tonight
Paris, Sept. 4. Georges Carpen
tier; champion heavyweight pugilist
of Europe, left Paris today to sai!
on the steamship La Torraine for
New. York. The steamer leaves
Havre this evening " '
You
DODGERS SHUT
OUT BOSTON IN
SWATTING TEST
Giants Nose Out Victory Over
Phils Pirate CrewTricns
Chicago, Score
" r 3 to 2.
Brooklyn, Sept. 4. Brooklyn
scored its second shutout in succes
sion today when it beat Boston. 10 to
0. , The visitors made 12 hits off
Cadore. but sensational fielding cut
off a number of runs. The Dodders
got 17 hits off Watson and Oesch
ger. Johnston". Griffith. Kilduff and
Myers eafh got three. Seven dou
ble plavs featured the eame."
BOSTON. I I BROOK f.TN.
iDitri 1 1 a i tr .
Powell, cf 4 2 .1 OiOlson.'ss S 1 24
Sullivan, cf
Boeckel,3b
Eayrs. If
Cruise, rf
Holke. lb
M'nville. ss
O'NellL c
Ford, fb
Watson, p
Oeschger, p
' Totals
0 O Shorlilan. ss 0 "1 XI
z z ijDbnston.b a
3 ,1 0 Cirimth. if r
9 0 0' Wheal. If S
ft 9 0 ,-pis. If , 1
0 4
3 .1 0
1 0. 0
0 10
3y2 1
9 i)
2 10 V
:; 5 4
1 ,1 o
8 J' Myers, rf i t
1 1 I.antr. cf 0
5 S'Kon'chy. lb 4
9 1 Kilduff, 2b 4
2 0 0 1.. Miller, c 4
Kreuger, c
1 K' 5i 13 Cadore. p
h sO 0 0
4 0 0 1
Totals 39 17 27 16
ooooooono n
.11 250003,0 x 10
Roston . . , .
Brooklyn i .
Run: Johnston, Griffith (2), Wheat 3.
Myers t3. '-Konetchy. Errors: Powell,
O'Neill. Griffith. Two-base hits: .Maran
vllle, Myers. Three-base hits: Maranville,
Johnston. Myers, Konetchy. Doulfele plays:
Ford to Holke:. .Maanville t Hollte;
Oeschger to Maranville to Holke: Boeckel
to Ford; Kilduff to Konetchy; Johnston to
Kilduff to Konetchy; Kilduff to Sheridan
to Konetchy. Left on base: Boston. 7;
Brooklyn. 6. Hits:Off Watsotmsln 2 in
nings: off Oeschger, 10 In 5 Innings. Struck
out: By f'adore, 1; by Oesc.hger. 1. JLosing
pitcher: Watson. Umpires: Quigley and
O'Day. Time: 1:24.
Pirates Beat Cub.
Pittsburgh. - Sent. 4. Pittsburgh ' won
fiom Chicago today. 3 to 2. the homo
lytenm coming from behind in the eighth
( when a base on balls, following a triple
ana sacrifice fly, brougnt in two runs.
CHICAGO. I , PITTSBURGH.
AB.H.O.A.I i AB.H.O.A.
Flack, rf
0 3 2' nishee. If 4 13
1 2 3 Vutshaw, 2b 3 2 4
Terry, s
Roh'tson.lf
Merkle. lb
Paskert, cf
Peal. 3h
Friberg. 2b
O' Farrell.c"
Tyler, p
Daly
Total -;
1 0 0 8'worth, rf 4 14
111 1! Mcholson.cf 4 3 2
0 2 0 Whltted, 3b 4 1 0
1 0 3 Schmidt, e 2 0 2
1 4 4 .('alon, ss 2 0 1
2 2 lGhlmm. lb 3 110
2 0 1 1 Adams, B '. 2 0 1
0 0 9ixl.ee ' 0 0 0
'Cooper, p
3 9 24 151
0 00 0
Total
Bitted for Tyler In ninth.
28 9 27 15
t
xBatted for Adams in eighth. ;
ChVaao .0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 02
Pittsburgh 1 9 0 0 0 0 0 2 x 3
Runs: Friberg. Tyler, Bigbee. CutshaW.
Lee. Krrors: O'Farrell, Catou. Two-base
hits: Robertson. Tyler, Cutsnaw. Three
base hits: Blgbee. O'Farrell. Stolen hfse:
SouthwortW. Sacrifice hits: Flack W(2K
Friberg, Cutshaw, Schmidt. Doub!e play:
Terry and Merjcle. Left on bases: Chicago.
7; Pittsburgh,' 6. Brises on balls: Off
Tyler. 2. Hits: Off Adam. In 8 Innings;
off Cooper. 1 In 1 Inning. Struck out: By
Adams, 2. W4Jd pitch: Adams. Winning
pitcher: Adarbs. Umpires: Klem and
Einalle. Time:
Giants Emphasise Victory
- t.uw.j. j
New York, Sept. 4. New Yorlt afteiw
onvineng Philadelphia over the sound-
less of the Giant' victory of July 5 to- I
THE - ST A N-EA.R
ARMYofficdre and ofher owners who
are intimatelyJamiliar with 'the' work
of both, are unanimous in the con-r
viction that the Type 59 Cadillac is
av car even more wonderful than the
heroic Cadillac which won the whole
world's applause in the great war.
" A 'display of Type 59 Cadillac models
, may be seen at our salesroom, 1137 P St..
Lincoln, Neb., during the State Fair.
J. H. Hansen Cadillac Co.
OMAHA
C A D
rlny shut out Cravath' men In th reitv
(urly se4.-duled vame. 1 to 0. Young made
a remarkable catch of Fletcher' drive
in the fourth, leaping into the air and
ti'rtilng half nay round to catch (the ball
with his gloveii band.
New York's victory over Philadelphia on
th afternoon of July was affirmed with
cntphatils. I'nd'T a ruling of President
lli-ydlrT of the National league, th teams
today took the fi-ld aft of the first balf
of the ("venth inning with two out, Sten
gel on third and Fletcher aas on second.
The final score on July 6 was to 0 In
New York's favor, hut today In th replay
of the elKbih inning, the Giant added
seven more run making the scot 13 to 0.
The protest In tbc original game resulted
aflei I'mplre JlcPormlrlt declared Fletcher
retired on a forced-out at second, whe)
Umpire Harrison, working behind tho
plate, ruled a pop fly by Wrlghtstone as
un mucin riv, which would automatical
prevent a' force out.
PHILADHT.PIIIA. I NEW TORK.
AB.H.O.A.I ' AB.H.O.A.
Pauloltc.lb 4 17 0 Burns. If
3 4
lia'llngs.l'b 3 11 2' Bancroft, ss S
tviiliarna. c( 3(0 2" ! Young, rf 6
2 4
v 2
0 0
2 0
0 0
1 10
2 I
0 1
Stengel, rf 4 0
Meusel. If 4 1
Fletcher.ss t 1
W'stone. 3b i 1
Wheat, c 3 0
I
4
4
0 King, rf 0
0'Frlnch, 3b 3
2't.efvrc. 3b 0
1' Kelly, lb 'S
3 2 Spencer, cf 4
0 O Poyle. 2b 3
V'nusey, p
Cravath
Huhbell, p
Uetts. p
1 0
1 0
1 0
0 0'llrlmes. 2b . 2. I
0
0 1 Smith, c 30S
0 O'Nehf. p 3 10
0 0
iPerrltt. o 0 0
Totals ' 30 6 24 SI -
Total 30 16 27 12
A Batted for Causey In fifth.
Philadelphia 00 0 00009
New York .... ,s. ..0 0 3 0 3 0 (h7
o-Xl
X 13
Buns: Burns (2). Bancroft (3). Younir.
King, FrlBch, Lcfure. Grimes, Smlihf Nehf
(Z. Errors:' William, rigntston,
Wheat (2), Bancroft. Two-base hits:
Kelly, Burns. Bancroft.. Stolen bHses:
Burns, Grimes. Sa-rlfice hyts: Frisch.
Double plays: Nehf to Bancroft to Kelly:
Bancroft to Kelly. Left on bases: Phila
delphia. 5; New York. 6. Bases onbalN:
Off Causey. 1; off Hubbe.llr'3; off Nehf, 2.
Hits. Off Caur'-y, 5 In four innings; off
Nehf. 4 In eight Inning; off Ilnbbell, 10
In three inning (none out In eighth); off
f'-rrilt. 0 in one inning; off Betts, 1 in
one Inning. Struck out: By Nehf. 3: by
O.usey, 1; by Hubholl. 1. Winning pitcher;
Nehf. Losing pitcher: Causey. Umpires;
Harrison and McCormlck.
PHILADELPHIA. I NEW TORK.'
AB.H.O.A.I AB.H.O.A.
Patilette.lb 4 0 11 0 Burns. If 4 2 0 0
nu'lings.2b 4 0
W'llliiims.cf 3 1
Meusel, rf 4 1
Fletchcr.Kfl 4 0
L'b'veau. If 3 0
R.MIIIer.db 3 1
Wheat, c 2 1
Cravath 1 0
Wlthcrow.c 0 0
Meadows, p 2 0
AVrl'stone 1 0
Betts, u 0 0
1 .VHnncroft. ss 3 0 4
jf 0 VOung, rf 3 12
1
0 Frisch. 3b
3 0 2
3 0 11
1 2;Kelly. lb
3 OiKlng. cf
3 0 0
3 11
0 2 Grimes, 2b
4
0
0
o
0
o
llSmlth. e
Douglas, p 3 1 0
Totals 27 6 27 15
1
Totals 31 4 24 11
Hatted for Wheat in eighth.
xBatted for Meadow in eighth. -
Philadelphia 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01
New Ttjrk 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 X 1
Run: Burns. Error: Grimes. Two
Itaae hits: Burns. Toung. Stolen bases:
I!. Miller." Sacrifice hit: Bancroft. Left
on bases: Philndclnhia. 5: New Tork.
4. Bases . on balls: Off Meadows, 1;
ort-l-'oogias, l. Hits: Off Meadows. 4 In
7 innings; off Bet in, 1 In 1 Inning. Struck
Foot Ball Prospects at
Buena Vista College Good
Storrii Lake, la., Sept. 4. (Spe
cial.) Prospects for foot ball at
Buena Vista college are very bright
this year. Eight veterans of last
year's team will be back, and four
Storm Lake high school players of
last year will attend.
George W. Wanner of Marion, O.J
has been obtained as coach. He is a
graduate of Baldwin-Wartece col
lege at Berea, O., and played half
and quarter on his varsity tani for
three years. He was also a member
of the Seventh .army, jcam iif Ger
many in the army of occupation.
many hi u;
H ats,
, c d ,
lege base t
so a member of his col-
ball . team.
D OF T H F-
L L
BOTH FIGHTERS
READY TO CLASH
MONDAY NIGHT
O'Kellar and Schmader in Fine
Shape for Main Tilt of
American Legion
Card.
FACTS ABOUT SHOW.
Place Fort Omaha. ... '
t Tnb First bout, 8:30 p. m.
' Main Bout Terry O'Kelllr,
Dayton,. O., vs. Andy Schmader,
Louisville, Neb., 10 rounds.
Semi-Windup Bob Ferguson,
Oimlia, vs. Eddie Hart, Chicago,
6 rounds. - '
Second Preliminary "Kid"
Schlaifer. Omaha, vs. Jack Gates.
Omaha, 4 rounds. ,
First Preliminary "Kid" Cur
tis. Sioux City, vs. "Kid" Scavio,
. Omaha. 4 rounds. ,
Referee Jack Fitzgerald.
With their training period history,
Terry O'Kellar and Andy Schmader,
of Dayton. O., and Louisville. Neb.,
respectively, heavyweights, who are
scheduled to provide the main at
traction at the athfetic show to be
staged Monday at Fort Omaha un
der the direction 'of the Douglas
County Post of the American Legion,
are rarin' to go and each scrapper
feels confident that he will put his
opponent to dreaming in the early
rounds of the bout.
out: By Meadows. 4; by Douglas, 4.
Wild pitch: Douglas. Losing pitcher:
Meadows. Umpires: McCormick and Har
rison. , Time: 1:40.
Cardinals Beat Red.
St. Louis. Sept. 4. A single by Heath
cole In the sixth scored McHnry and
l.avan. riving St. Louis victory over
Cincinnati today. A double by Schulti in
the seventh, sending Janvrln across the
ulate. brought the final seore to 4 to J.
H was Poak's sixth tralrht victory.
CINCINNATI. I ST. LOUTS.
AB.H.O.A.I AB.H.O.A.
Rath. 2b 4 12 2:.Tanvrln, lb 4 2 15
nnuhert. lh 3 0 12 HSchUlts. rf 4 111
Oroh. 3b 3 10 OlStock. Sb 4 0 0
Rnnsh. cf
Duncan. If
Neale. rf
2 li Hornsby, 2B 4 z z
0 OiMcHenry. If 4
S 1 ll.avan, as 4
2 4 Hea'eote, cf 4
3 1 'demons, c 1
0 4inihoefer, e
0 o: Doak, p 3
11
I 1
1 3
0 3
0 1
Crane ss
wlngo, c .
Reuther. p
Nspler, p
Sea
! Total 14 11 27 23.
Total 32 9 24 14
Batted for Ruether In eighth. X
Cincinnati M1IHH 02
St. Louis . I l( I 1 I 1 1 x 4
Runs: Duncan, Crane, Janvrln, Mo-
Henry, Lavan (2). Errors: Rath, I.ivan.
Two-base hit: Kousn. Hornany, crane,
Schults. Three-base hit: Duncan. Sacri
fice hit: Doak. Double plays: Doak to
Jar.vrln to Stock; McHcnry to Clemon
to Lavan. Left on basest-Cincinnati i,
SI. Louis 7. Base on balls: Off Doak 1.
Hits: Off Ruether, ,11 tn seven Inning;:
eff Napier, 3 In one Inning Hit by pitched
tall: By Dusk fOroh). Struck out: By
Ruether 2, by Doak 3. Losing pitcher:
Ruether. Umpires: Rlgler and Moran,
Time: 1:4.
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