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THE BKE: OMAHA. THURSDAY. MAY 18, IM2.
Tillie Walker's Home Run in Thirteenth Inning Defeats Chicago White Sox ;
I lei mad i Holds
Pale Hose to
rtfcrwit Hurler From Molinf
Club nUr Fiber
I"hila4elr.tui. May " 17. Tillie
Walker'a hnc run drive. corm
Joluuon ahead of him, broke up the
pitching duel brtweni labcr and
llrinuch in the 1 Jill inning and gave
J'hiladdphia in fourth straight vic
tory, .1 i I. Hrimarh, a irrruit from
the Moline flub of ihf Three-Kye
league, held lite While Sox to einht
uraiti-rc) hit. Fabcr fanned 13 of
the Athletics. Score:
AN h n '
A H It A
aim, - S
. kale, 4
t I 4 J...wi Ik
I S HilW, M
I I P'ftlM
I e.etiiw, tt
It . if
l it iMk. ;
II J lialtoaav. M
I II. Hear.
I H I
T ii't If I Til t t l
Tn ant ben a.nmng run scored.
lM'h-11 hit by laalted Wit.
K...r by Inoii
g.nnmsr) lluna: Mualll, JohiMi.n l!.
Walker. .rrnr: liailoway. To-ba
ttua- Hheel). Mrt.nl. Ilm run: Walker.
Htnien haeee: John. ion. Ilimiwf. Hafrifir
hli: SVIiaih. Inutile pia: Mu'WIh
i'oIIiix. fi on bii: ('hicvsgo. : Phil,
sdriphi. 7. Mae nn ball: "l( llini-ri.
f Faher. 1. Hiru.k kiiis llr Kaner,
M I'mimr: IWneen, Wlli nd Kan.
Cubs Bunch Hits
and Trim Braves
Chiracs. May 1 7 Chicago hunrlied hits
behind base nn halla and ea-Hy defeated
llixinu, to J. In I ha firat Hani ot I ha
aeries. The score:
HUSTON I lllUAliO.
AH. II . A All. II. OA.
P'M'II. tt . 4 4 a Hull, rt 3 3 3 0
km, m S I 1 lloikvhrr. a 9 3
a..uih'ili. if 1 t 3 a k'll-hw. .lb 4 113
MrMm. If 4 I I n l.t.m-., Ih 3 I II a
H.m kl. Ik 4 I a t mwri. if I S a
H. .II,,. Ill 3 a I Marlirr. If .1 I a a
rnnl. Ill 4 114 Trrrv. -h 4 1 t
4 13 I (I'Ktlr-ll. c 4 14 1
M.Qulllan. p 0 jiaii.B . 3 0 0t
1 4iiainK. a i a i ? - . .
Kira i i o o' Tottii ( u
Txiii 3 r t4 II'
'Haitrd for Lanalu In ninth.
Boatnn 0 Mlt!M 13
Chhaxo 0 II I I I I I X
Summary Runa: Southworth. Nlchol.
on. Fonl. Kallrher. Orlmca (3, Fnbara:.
Harber. Terrf. Error: Tarry. Tvro-baae
hit: Mcholnon Thra-baaa hit: Wouth
warth. Sarriricra: Hollo. hr. Jonaa,
Holka. Frlbry. Douljla playa: Bom-kel-llolke-Qowd-.
Tarry.Orlma !), Tarry-Hollothnr-Orlmea.
tart on haa: Boton. I; Chlrafo, 6.
Ilaaei on halla: Off Jonaa, i: off McQuil
lan, t. Mtnirk out: By Jnnra, 4: by
Lanalnr. I. Hlla: Off McQuillan. In
I 1-1 Innlnra: off Lanalnc. J In 4 !-l In
Intra. Ioalnf pltrhar: McQuillan. Uin
lr: Wart and ODay. lima:. 1:55.
Tul Goes on Batting v
Spree, Scoring Seven Runs
Oklahoma City. May 17. Klrht pitrhora
war uitrt In today lmi, which Tulaa
won, to t. After lha (Irat two had bean
ratlred In th aaventh. Tulaa went on a
nattlnr aprar, acorlng aeven runa. In th
aama tnnlnar, after two Oklahoma City
batimen had been put out. Oklahoma City
jumped on Hoatrla-nd for four. Oklahoma
city had th baaea flUed In th ninth,
but could not acore. Th icore:
TCUA. ' OKLAHOMA CITT.
AR.H.O.i.l AH. H.O.I.
Bennett. If - 6 3 3 01 Pitt, rf 4 3 10
Ttiompann. 3b t 0 O'Mlddleton. If 4 3 10
Darin, rf 8 4 3 01 GlniUrdt, of 3 3 2 0
Lamb, rf a 1 2 liHatea. lb a 3 7 0
I. lltlt. lb . a , 3 JO 0' rinhrr, r 4 3 11
Ktumin, ib 6 9 4 SlVaiaar. 2b HIST
MrOlauIkU Sat SiTate. 3b 4 3 t
lTbv.i 1 4 rUSlllf.il 4 0 3 1
Klcomord, a 3 0 0 tlcarcleakla, p 3 t 1 !
itawart 1 1 O 01 Allen, n , 0 0 0 0
Boailand, P At 0! "Heady lion
l.ukaiMTlo. 1 1 ! Warden. 0 O0O0
Blaok. p t t 0"-lxmi 10 0 0
Younf, p 0 0 0 0
ToUll 4 St 111
1 Tottla 41 17 17 13
Batted for Jltchmond In aaventh.
Batted for Allen In aaventh.
Batted for Warden In eifhth.
Pitt out hit by OlngUrdl'a batted ball
Tulaa II llllll I
Oklahoma City 1 1 6 1 0 1 4 0 x
Summary Runs: Bennett (2). Thomp
aon, Divis. Lellvelt. Bauman, McQlnnla,
Croaby, Stewart, Pitt (4), Mlddleton, La
Salle, Coveleakl. Beatly. Error. Davis.
McOlnnla. Two-base hlta: Davis (2),
Ointlardl.' Bates, Coveleakie. Three-base
hit: Flaher. Saerlflcee: Richmond, Mld
dleton (2). Stolen baaea: Pitt (2). Lell
velt. Baaea- on halla: Off Richmond, i:
off Hoadand, 1; off Lukanovle. 2; off
Coveleakl, 2. Hit by pitched ball: Flaher
by Blank, Olnglardt by Richmond. Struck
nut: By Richmond, t. Runs and hits:
Off Richmond. 4 and 11 In t Innings; off
Iloagland. 4 and 4 In I Innings; off Luk
anovle, 0 and t In 1 2-S Innlnra; off
Black, I and t In 1-3 Inning; off Covelea
kie, 7 and It In t 2-( Innings: off Allen,
0 and 1 In 1-1 Innlnflf off Warden, I and
1 In 1 Inning; off Toung. 0 and S In 1
Inning. Earned runa: Tulaa, t: Okla
homa City. 4. Double play: I.amb-Mc-Olnnia-Crosby.
Lett on bases: Tulsa, 13;.
Oklahoma City. 16. Umpires: Holmes
and Ormaby. Time: 2:05.
Clay County Track
Meet Scheduled S.oon
Clay Center, Neb., May 17. (Spe
cial.) The annual Clay county track
and field meet will be held Friday,
May 19, with the following high
school teams entered: Edgar, Har
vard, Sutton. Fairfield and Clay Ceil-
ter. An all-day program will be ren
dered in which the Clay county base
hall championship will be decided be
tween Sutton High school and Clay
Center High school.
After Out-of-Town Games
The Cuming Street Merchants
want to book a game' for- Sunday
with some fast ' out-of-town team.
Games can be arranged by calling
Harney -6614 or writing Frank Dun
tan, 2712 Cuming street.-
4oett,Pbody &Co. Inc.
"Bill" brennan K. O.'s Tracey
in Eighth Round Australian
. Heavyweight Lacks a Punch
OmIh) 5 In 4 War.
M.i.oii Square Garden, X. V,
May 16. Bill Brcnnan, the Harlem
heavyweight knocked out Jim Tra
try of Auttralia in the eighth round
of a schrdulcd 15-rouud bout in Mad
iton Sinre Garden tonight. The
Imut was awkwardly fought and kept
the crowd roaring with laughter all
Krennan made the Australian ap
pear a comparative novice and
dropped him for a count of nine in
the round preceding the knockout.
Tracey'a punches teemed not to
Good Ball and
Norfolk, Neb., May 17. l'laing
i lose ball, aided by bad errors w ithin
the inlii-ld, and landing three timely
hit, the L.Ik Horns took the ccond
consecutive victory from the Island
er here litis afternoon by the score
of 5 to 1. HaKKcrty allowed five
walks, two thrcc-baggeis and a tingle
before he wa pulled by Manager
Kobrn and replaced by Schook, who
huihcd the game. Chief 1'rovost
threw the ball for the Klk Horns and
pitched excellent ball, his support be
ing equally good. Score.
I RAMI IKt.AMI. NORFOLK.
AH. H. O.A.I AK. HOA
llatallp. 3b t I I I Hecattr. lb 4 1 10 0
B. hi. b 4
a'aaan. m 4
V 4 vt liter, zo
I I Man, Sb
1 OiiWuae, cf
2 0H.-hutt. as
3 II McAlpln., If
I Millmat. o
ft I Hiverr. if
Uar'nilalf, ef 4
H..r. If 3
Mchult. rf 3
HMertr. Ib 3
Hnbrrta. e 3
ll.taertr. p i
Mumk, V 1
Oa.", Pro, oat. D
I 0 0 II,
- - - I Total! .
ra si h
Hatted In acventh; relieved Ha (forty
Score by Innlnaa:
Craml island .'0 I t O 1 0 t t 2
.Norfulk 0 I 1 0 1 I 1 0 x 5
Summary Runa: Hayallp. Rogers,
Marr (21. .Ruuae. Spellman -. Krrora:
Ruben, Kagan, fteilevlc, Wisaer. Two-ltaae
hlla: llayallp, Isedcvio. Three-baae hits:
Marr, Mchutt, Rogers. Fanned bull!
Hpelliiian. Double playa: ,Marr-8chutt-
Hegarty (2), Frovost-Wlaaer-Hegany. Hit
by pitched ball: Warrenataff, Wlsser,
Rouse. First baae on error: McAlpine.
Haaea on balls: uff Provost, S; off Hag
gerty, t; off Shook. I. Struck out: By
Provoat. S; by llaggerty. 2: by Shook. .2.
Sacrifice fly: .M.Alpine. Sacrifice hits:
Srhutt. Bpcece, Rouse. Left on bases:
Norfolk. II: Grand Island, 10.. Time:
1:50. Umpire: Snyder.
Lincoln Wins Second
Game From Hastings
Hastings. Neb., May 17. Lincoln took
I he second gam of th aeriea from Hast
ings her today, t to a. Lincoln pounded
Kibbler for four hit and put five runs
across In the opening frame. Beck, who
relieved Hlhbler, was effective and al
lowed only four hlta in seven innings. The
AB.K.O.A.t AB. H. O. A.
Orr. as 4 10 1 Amen, If 4
2 2 0
1 0 3
I'arrlf, ir 3 0 4 llDentofl, 4
Wood, ef 8 1 OlCrann. 21) 4
McCoy, lb 4 1 S HWilletJ. Jh 4
Black, rf 4 2 1 0 : H oll'iaw'tll, C 4
Pre, 2b 3 0 1 4'Knanp, ,ni .1
0 10 1
0 0 0
Zlnker. 3b 4 11 OITomaa. rf 4
Conkey. e 4 1 10 Oifrhan. rf 4
House, p 4 12 2i Reek, p 3
1 HloDler. p fl
Totall ' 3 127 SiWInlnaton. p 1
I Johnson. M 1
I Total! S5 7 27
Score by Innings: '
Lincoln 5 j 0 1 0 0 0 01
Hastings 3 0 0 1 0 0 10 16
Summary Runa:: Orr. Carrlg (2).
Wood (2), McCoy (2). Zlnker, Amen.
Crann, Willets, Knapp, Beck. Three-bas
ntta: zinner. Tome.. Two-nase nua:
Beck, Denton, House. Sacrifices: Dye,
Black. Crann. Baaea on balls: Off Hib
bier, 2; off Beck. 4; off House. S. Stolen
baaea: Crann. Black. Runa and hits: Off
Hlbbler. S and 4; off Book, 4 and 3; off
House. T and t. Struck out: By House,
2; by Beck, 7. Left on bases: Lincoln,
t; Haatinga, g. Hit by pitched ball:: By
Hlbbler (Wood). Paaaed balla: Holllnga
worth, Conley. Earned runs: Lincoln, 2;
Hastings. 1. Errors: Orr. McCoy, Dye,
Zlnker, Conkey. Crann, Willets. Umpire:
Hawthorne. Time: 2:10.
Schmerda's Batting Feature
of Fairbury's Victory
Falrbury. Neb.. May 17. Falrbury de
feated Beatrice today,- 7 to 4, Jenny hold
ing Beatrice to three hits. Schmerda s
batting was a feature. He acquired a
home run and a triple. Score:
BEATRICE. ' I ; FArRBURY.
AR.R.O.A.I AR. H.O.i.
Adams, rf 4 0 1 OlOoodwIn. cf 4 0 5 0
Klrchner, lb SOU o!rieveland, Sb 5 3 0 0
Mcrarland. If 4 0 2 OlMcDermott. e 4 1 8 1
Bowman, cf 4 0 2 OlWInbttah. lb -3 0 0 1
ParVer, Sb 4 0 1 llRelchle. If 3 12 0
Qiilnn. aa 3 0 1 llBraen. as 4 113
Hill, 2b .410 olirhmerda. if 4 2 1 0
mer, e 3 14 OlAtherton. Sb 3 8 12
Jaekman, p- 0 0 0 lijennay, p 3 0 0 1
Miller: p 2 1 2 21
Menz -i 1 0 0 Oj Totals 33 0 27
Totals 32 3 24 101
Batted for Miller In ninth.
Summary Runs:- Ungor (2), Jaekman,
Miller, Goodwin, Cleveland, Relchle (2),
Breen. Schmerda (2). Errors: Parker,
Qulnn (3). linger, " Cleveland. Wlnbush,
Jenney. Home run: Schmerda. Three
base bit: Schmerda. Two-base hit: Un
ger. Sacrifice: Wlnbush, Atherton, Jen
ney. Bases on balls: Off Jaekman. 1; off
Jenney, 3. Stolen bases: McFarland,
Relchle. Breen. Atherton (2). Hill. Rune
and hlta: Oft Miller, 2 and 4 In 6 in
nings; off Jaekman, 5 and S in 4 Inninga.
Struck out: By Jenney, S; by Jaekman,
I: by Miller. 2. Left on bases: Falr
bury. 7: Beatrice. 4. Hit by pitched ball:
By Jaekman (ReichleV Earned runs:
Falrbury. 6: Beatrice. .3. Umpire: Gon
dlng. Time: 2:10.
Meet Aggies Saturday
Lincoln, Neb.. May 17. Victorious
in dual meets with Kansas and Ames,
Coach Henry Jschulte's Cornhusker
track and field squad is anticipating
another dual vctory over the Kan
sas Aggies, an event scheduled for
Saturday on the Nebraska field. "But
an anticipation not without some
worry," adds Coach Schulte, refer
ring particularly to the dash events,
in which the Kansas Aggie sprinters
have some repute.
The Missouri Valley meet and
some pofsible entries in the western
conference classic at Iowa City, close
the track schedule lor the Coruhusk
ers. Cudahy Pitchers Win '
The Cudahy Packing company
horseshoe pitchers defeated the Swift
& Co. "barnyard golfers" in a series
of 30 jfame yesterday. The total
score was 539 to 429.
Roper and Fulton Draw
Denver, Colo.. May 17. Captain
Eob Roper of Chicago.- and Fred
Fulton of Rochester, Minn., heavy
weights, fought 12 slow rounds here
tonight to a cjraw. Neither man was
injured, only a few hard blows be
have enough power lo break an egg
shell. Vet he stayed with Kreuuan
for half the scheduled distance and
several timet appeared to be winning
over the man who went 12 round
with Jack Density little more
than a year ago. Urennan looked to
be hog fat and was exceedingly slow.
Tracey tossed enough wild punches
in the direction of Hrennan to have
won half a doirn fighti if many of
them had landed.
In the eighth round Drenuan tent
a left hook to the body and a right
hook to the chin and the Australian
took the count.
Wichita. Kan.. May 17. Wichita
took the lir.-t ol a cnct with M.
Jocph here today in an exciting
game of baseball by a score of 9 to
0. St. Joseph tied the score on two
different occasion a and in the first of
the eighth' scored two runt to take a
one-run lead, but the 1921 champions
came back with a big rally which
ended with Washburn's home run
and clinched the game. Fisher's bat
ting was a feature. The score:
8T. JOHKr-H. I WICHITA.
AH. 11.0. A. AH. If. O. A.
OIshi. lb 3 t I L.mlth.ef 4 0 10
I orrldru. If t 1 I 0 Herser, aa 3 2 3 1
yialiar. rf 4 4 11 Washburn, lb 3 1 II t
Hmionlti. ef 4 t 2 1 'Kast. if 5 110
IMala, sa 4 11 t' Hlakealey, ir 3 110
Smith. Sb 4 1 1 1 Mralullan. nb t I t 3
Surer. tl 4 3 14 Mc Dowtil. !h 4 1 2 t
llrahomkl, 4 0 3 0 Haley, e 3 110
rutins, p son :,irtiory. p 4 3 P.
Ulrd, p 110 1
Totala 3 1 27 20
Totals 2 13 21 lit1.
Score by Innings:
St. Jneeph t 0 0 1 0 2 0 2 0
irmta 3 v w i o i i x a
Summary Runs: Olsen, Corrltlen.
Klaher (3). Defate. Tlerger 12), Wash
burn (2). Kast. McDowell 12). Haley.
(Iregory. Errors: Olsen. Bonowlts, Gra
bowaki. Berger, Blakeslry. Sacrlfte hit:
U Smith. TK'o-baae hlta: r txher, ue-
fate (2). Berger. Eaat (2). Three-base
hit; l'-lsher. Home runs: Olscn. Flaher,
McDowell. Washburn. Hits: off llov-
lik. 14 in T 1-1 Innlnirs; runs, I; off Ulrd.
1 In 2-3 Inning. Double playa: Mellow-
Struck out: By Oregory, 1; by Hovllk. 2.
Bases on balls: Off Hovllk, 6. Left on
baaea: Wichita. 7; St. Joaeph, 2. Earned
runs: St. Joseph. 4; Wichita. 1. Um
pires: Donahue and Anderson. Time: l:3i.
Lynch Outpitches Blunk
''and Boosters Beat Bears
Des Moines. la.. May 17. Lynch oul-
pltched Blunk all the way today and Des
.Moines defeated Denver In the first same
of the aerlcs, to 2. Charles Gorman,
local second baseman, walked the firat
time at bat, making It aeven auccessive
times he has been passed. He reached
first on his four other trips to the plate
today on three hlta and an error. It being
11 consecutive times that he reached first
base. The fielding of Spranger, -Turgeun
and Gorman were features. The score: ,
DENVER, DES MOINKH.
AH. H. O.A.I AB. H. O. A.
4 13 HGorman. 2b 4 3 3 8
4 SI Grant, Sb
I fl'lloran. e f
0 OT.rahani, Ib
0 0' Warner, rf
1 2' Milan. If
3 5:Turseon. sl
0 H Lynch, p
a s m
4 0 0
4 2 s
2 0 1
4 0 4
4 3 0
Totals 33 7 24 121 Total! 37 15 27 IS
Score by innings: .
Denver .0 0 1 0 0 8 1 0 0 2
Des Moines ...11HI111 x 9
Summary Runs: : Wright, Patterson.
Gorman (4),' Grant, Horan, Milan, Tur
geon, Lynch.: Errors: Gomes (S). Wln
dle. Blunk (2). Home run: Patterson.
Three-baae hit: Long. Two-base hits:
Patteraon, Blunk, Gorman (2), Milan, Gra
ham (2). Horan. Sacrifice hit: Turgcon.
Stolen bases: : Long. Grant. Left on
bases: Denver. 4: Des Moines. 0. Struck
out: By Lynch. 4: by Blunk, 3. Bases
on balls: Off Blunk. 4. Earned runs:
Denver, 2: Des Moines, 7. Double plays:
Spranger-Shanley (2), Umpires: Brown
and McGloom. Time: 1:40.- . y,
Donahue Pitches Good
Ball and Cincinnati Wins
Cincinnati, O., May IT. Donohue
pltrhed airtight ball- and was given ex
cellent support In the field, enabling Cin
cinnati to win today'a game from Phila
delphia by a score of 1 to 0. Score:
PHILADELPHIA. I CINCINNATI
AB.H. O.A.I AB. H.O. A.
Lebourreiu. If 3 0 2 01 Burns, cf 4 0 2 0
W'shtatone.Sb 4 0 0 OlPaubert, lb 4 2 11 0
Williams, cf 4 2 3 01 Duncan. If 3 18 0
Walker, rf 4 0 4 O'Bolme. 2b s n 2 S
Parkinson. 2b 3 0 2 TlHanr. rf 4 2 0 0
Fletcher, as 3 n 0 4lHamraTe. c 4 5 4 n
Leslie. Ih -SO OlPareney. s 2 0 3 2
Renllne. o .31 S slPinelll. Sb 3020
Smith, p : 2 0 0 OlDonohue. p 3 10 2
King : 1 0 0 ol . :
Winter!, p 0 0 0 Oj - Total ' 30 8 27 9
Totals SO S 24 ,
Batted for Smith In eighth.
Score by Innings:
Philadelphia 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Cincinnati .0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 x 1
Svmmarjr Runs: Harper. Errors:
Smith, Duncan. Two-base hits: Harper.
Duncan. Sacrifice hit: Duncan. Double
play: Fletcher-Henltne-Leslle. Left on
bases: Philadelphia. 6; Cincinnati. 8. Base
on balla: Off Donohue, 2; off Winters, 1.
Struck out: By Smith, 4: by Donohue. 2.
Hits: Off Smith. S in 7 Innings: off Win
ters. 3 In 1 inning.. Hit by pitched ball:
( aveney, by Smith. .Losing pitcher:
Smith. Umpires: Sentelle and Klem
Illinois Beats Chicago
Chicago. - May 17. -University of
Illinois defeated Chicago in a
Western conference baseball game
today, 11 to 6,
O. -What Is the nen.ltf In. hlitin a
ball through the fairway if it starts to
foil "he player Is making his swing?
A. There Is no penally for hltllng a ball
tlin moving. However, the fact that the
ball moves after the player has taken his
inner anfl grounded nia clnn counts us
Q. A friend of mine claims that he has
seen a player in a championship penalized
for lifting a eigaret stub on the putting
green, Are there any conditions where
such a njnalty could be aJtactcdt
A. This Is possible where the green Is
very large and the cup la placed so that
a ball might he on the putting surface,
yet be more than 20 yard from the hole.
Rule applying an the putting green are
limited to SO yards or lean from (he hole.
If the ball were more than 20 yards from
the cup, the player rould not more any
thing more than a club length from the
Q. Does the rule which permits a
player to replace a ball displaced by the
ball of hie oponent on the putting green
aply also through the fairway?
A. Yea. except that through the fair
way the ball must be dropped instead of
Q. Please give a decision- on this caae.
4 and B. playing the earn brand of ball,
drive and the two ball stop close to each
other, except that one-He In the edge of
the rough and the other atop In a kind
of crevice. On reaching the two balla A
says the one lying open Is his, but B also
claims it. A member of the tournament
committee decides with B. The hole Is
played and B wins 4 to .' Then A ex
amines the ball B has played and proves
It is h'. What should have been done?
A. The committeeman. If romlneed of
the mistake, should hav ordered the balls
replaced and the hole played over. He
aaaumea the reennnaihiMf- when be made
his deerskin. However. A should have
eiemvil Ma right to lift the disputed ball
for Identification In the firat place.
Q. Who on the intcrcollegiato team
championship in 1521?
A. -Dartmouth college.
Harry Wills May Meet Dempsey
Harry Wills, heavyweicht chant
trail of Jack Dempsey, following hi
second round of their Madison Suar
over" quite a few men, but his de
writers, contributes little to his r
he is being touted as the most like
&nd Jack has announced he will
w. P. ivt.l W. U Pet.
Ht. Joseph 2:1 .71':: Okla. City 11 17 .i:;.1
11 u .aooiiirs Moinci n is
Worn city 17 12 ..inn Omaha
Tulaa 14 It) .);; Denver
12 It .400
10 20 .oo5
Omaha at hloux i lly, rain,
Wichita, 0; St. Joseph, t.
Ilea Moines. 0; Denver. 2.
Tulsa, Oklahoma City. I.
Omaha at Sioux City,
tit. Joseph at Wichita.
Denver at Dea Moines. t
Tulsa at Oklahoma City.
NEBRASKA STATE LEAH IE.
W. L. Pet. I W. L. Pet.
Norfolk 3 2 .6001 Lincoln 3 2 .000
Haatmgi 3 2 .eno KalrburW 1 3 ,4n
Beatrice 3 2 .b'OOlUr'd laland 1. 4 .200
' Yesterday' Result.
Falrbury, 7; Beatrice. 4.
Norfolk, 6; Grand laland, 2.
Lincoln, S; Hastings, 6.
Beatrice at Falrbury.
Grand Island at Norfolk. I
Lincoln at Hastings.
W. r. l'ct.l W. L
New Tork 20 S .714IPhlladelphla 11 14
Ht. Louis 17 11 .B07 1 Brooklyn 11 18
Pittsburgh 15 13 ..l.wjt.'InoiimaU 13 IS
Uikagu , 13 13 .ooOiKmton 8 18
St. Louis, 11; Brooklyn, 0.
Cincinnati, 1 Philadelphia, 0.
Chicago, 6; Boston, 3.
New Tork-Pittsburgh, rain.
- , Today's Came.
Boston at Chicago.
Brooklyn at St. Louis.
Philadelphia at Cincinnati.
New Yok at Pittsburgh.
. ' Standing. .
W. P. Pctl W. L.
New Tork 21 11 .0:101 Boston 13 J4
a, Tj.ii io ci'ji.n .i -
Philadelphia 1 15 '.Jiltlrhlcago 11 18
IW.na. 1 K X IMlu'.J.! . , .. .n
New Torlt. 6; - Clevoland, 4.
Philadelphia, 3; Chicago, 1.
Boston, 4; St. Louis, 3.
Detroit at Washington.
Chicago at Philadelphia.
Cleveland at New York.
St. Louis at Boston.
W. p. Pet.l w. L.
Minneapolis 18 9 .SfiTlKanaas City Id 15
Indianapolis IS -11 ..loslcolumbns 14 14
Milwaukee 1" 12 .SSSlLouiaville H 17
St. Taul 15 It .5771 Toledo 4 22
Milwaukee, 9; Kansas City, V
sr. Paul, 8: Minneapolis. 6.
No other games scheduled.
Columbus -at Toledo.
Indianapolis at Louisville.
Kansas Cityi at Milwaukee,
f St. Paul at Minneapolis.
St. Paul'. May 17 R. H. E.
Minneapolis . 6 n 3
St. Paul g s 3
Batteries McGraw, Smallwood, 'Wil
liams. Shaw and Mayer; Hall, Roger,
Sheehan and Gonzales, Allen. 1 -
Only two game acheduled In Associa
tion today. ,
Milwaukee May 17. (Ten Inning).
R. H. E.
Kansas City 8 11 1
Milwaukee . 0 jg' 0
Bstteries Ames, Morris and Skiff, Mo
Caity; Schack, Llngrel and Myatt.
Goldie Rapp Joins Team
. St. Louis, May 14 Goldie Rapp,
Philadelphia Nationals' third base
man, who was injured when he fell
into the Cardinal dugout in yester
day's game, today left the hospital
and accompanied his team to Cin
cinnati. Rapp's injuries, it is said,
are not as serious as first reported.
Safe or Out
Q. Suppose there are runners on first
and third bases only and the umpire' calls
a balk. Do the runners advance as If til
th bases were occupied
A. They do.
Q. With a runner on first the batter
rapped the ball to the second baseman,
who threw It to the first baseman. The
runner on first .moved off a few feet and
the first-baseman, without making an ef
fort to touch- him, touched the bane. Then
the runner who had stepped off first
stepped on the base again. A double
play was claimed, but was not allowed.
Why wn it not allowed?.
A. Bet-aocMJ the fir? baseman, when he
touchf. tn baae. retired the hatter. With
the batten out, the runner was no longer
forrrd and rould s;et bark to flmt base
If poaathtr. He aurceeded In doing; no be
eausa (he first baseman forgot to touch
Q. Has a batter the right to go to the
scorer to see whether he ia the right bat
ter? A. He ha a. In the old days, the scorer
alwaj s announred the butter
Q, Jn running the last half of the dis
tanca from home plate to first base, can
tha runner step outside of the three-foot
A. He may providing no play U being
mado to retire hint at firxt bae. For In
utattre, if he bats a long hit on which he
rould not posaibly be caught at firt haae.
he la not compelled to remain within the
Q. Is it right for the umplre-in-chlef
to overrule the field wmpir at firm base?
A. '.. The umplre-ln-ehlef has no au
thority orer first bane decWen eTen it he
Hoe not agree with those of the field um
pion of negro pugilists, it on the
s knockout of "Kid Norfolk in the
e Garden maulfett Wills ha "bowled
feat of. "Kid" Nor.'olic, claim sports
ecord of accomplishments. However,
ly contender -for Dempsey s crown,
meet the negro battler if the public
ORVICH, the un
that won the fa
derby at Churchill
Downs last Satur
day, will perform
on the screen bciorc Omahans this
Starting this afternoon, the Moon
theater will run an International
News reel which contains pictures of
the derby race. Views of the 70,
000 spectators as well as scenes show
ing the winner, Morvich, going under
the wire, will be flashed on the
Received word yesterday from Bar
ney Burch, owner-manager of the
Omaha Buffaloes, that he has signed
Pitcher Dailey of the Seattle club.
According to Barney's telegram.
Hurler Dailey is en route to Sioux
City, where he is expected to join
the Buffaloes this afternoon or
Dailey was purchased outright
from the Coast league club at a
Joe Wavrin, manager of the po
lice department's famous baseball
team, is in his second childhood.
Joe can be found most any after
noon at Seventeenth and St. Mary
avenue, blowing a little whistle.
Wavrin's a traffic cop.
Earl Caddock, former world's
heavyweight mat champion, will get
back into the game on Monday, May
29, in Des Moines when he meets
Jatrinda Charan-Goho-Gobar, com
monly known in this country as Go
Caddock's opponent is a big Hindu
wrestler who defeated all of the
heavyweights in his own country.
"Kid" Schlaifer was theN victim
of two hold-up men last night.
It happened, however, in the vil
lage of "Slippery Gulch," where
most anything is likely to happen.
Jim Tracey, the Australian heavy
weight champion who was knocked
out in the eighth round by "Bill"
Brcnnaii in "New York last night,
didn't get a very good start up the
pugilistic ladder in this country.
The' manager of Jim hooked his
protege up with the wrong man.
Interesting Bouts 'Staged ;
at Business Men's "Gym"
. A large crowd of fistic fans wit-'
nessed the training bouts staged last
night at the Business Men's gym
nasium. Several interesting bouts
were on the program.
Gene Gannon won over" "Speedy"
Davis of Fort Crook; "Chick" Black
and "Battling" Garrison battled to
a draw; "Cowboy" Hunt won from
Ed Sledge; "Kid" Graves and Hunt
boxed a draw and "Young" Goldie
won from Kcenan.
President's Prize Sorrel"
Saddle Horse Wins Honors
.Washington, May 16.' President
and Mrs. Harding today saw the
president's prize sorrel, Harbcll, win
the blue ribbons for thoroughbred
saddle " horses at the Washington
horse show over IS entries, in that
class. The first prize,; a silver plate,
was presented to the winner's owner
while the' grandstand applauded.
Five Leading Hitters
of Major Leagues
s ' American.
. a. at.
Sisler, Rt. Louis ......30 128
Witt. New Tork....... 23 84
Cobb, Detroit ........21 75
O'Nell, Cleveland 23 68
Miller, Philadelphia ..26 103
.. a at.
R. H. Pet
34 r,5 .444
IS 35 .411
it 30 .400
5 28 .394
25 40 .388
rt. h. Pet.
15 54 .417
10 56 .577
1 41 .271
2.-, 37 .57
13 38 .858
J Toporcer. St. I.ou!s ....21 &9
i. itruiitn. wrooiuyn .w is
Fiirbee., Pittsburgh 27 110
Hornsby. Ht. Iniit ....37 10O
Kelly, New York 2S 105
Today iti Ring History
Twenty-Two Years Ago.
Dan Creedon lost to Kid McCoy, New
Tork, six rounds.
Mneters Tear Aa?o.
Frank Erne won on a foul from War'aj
Zubrlck, Buffalo. 10 rounds.
seventeen Years Ago.
Stanley Ketuhel knocked out Kid La
Fonllse, Butle. Mont.. 7 round.
Silsteen Years Ago.
Joe Oanx apainat Willie Lewis, no de
cision, New Tork. si rounds. v
Konrteea Years Agn.
Oeorg-e Gardner lost to Tony Ross, New
Cast!, Pa., seven rounds.
Seten Years Age.
Frankle Callahan against Benny Leon
ard, no d-clslon, Hrooklyn, 10 rounda.
silx Years Ago.
' Mike Rilhons aaalnn Ted Le is, Be
decision. New York, 14 round.
Expert Finds It as Hard to
Make Poor Shot as Duffer to
Avoid the Well Known Foozle
Chicago, May 17. How difficult it is for an expert golfer to make bad
shot compared to the prontnets of th duller to hit the ball poorly was
demonstrated yesterday at the trial of steel-shafted clubs by Bob Mc
Donald, the long-driving Chicago professional, at tnt fcdgewaier uou ciuo.
It took Mil Donald some time to
hit the ball anywhere but in the exact
center of the face of the club after
Albert K. time, president of the
Western Golf assotiailon, had re
queued that thr hall he hit off the
toe and heel of the, club to help in
the decision to be announced today
a to whether the uteri shaft i a me
chanical aid in making good shots
from KKir stroke.
Mac Donald carefully solid hi chili
to hit the ball on the toe of the
driver, hut on inspection the chalked
club revealed that the impact had
been exactly in the center of the club
face. Another trial resulted the aauie,
but finally the machine-like stroke
wan thrown out of tune sufficiently
Initial Match by
'"Young" Jake Rallies in Late
Innings and Noses Chal
lenger Out of Lead in
Chicago, May 17. "Young" Jake
Schaefcr, world's 18.2 balkline bil
liard champion, last night played
some of the poorest billiards of his
career, but suddenly reversed his
form and. by shooting in really
championship fashion, defeated Wel
ker Cochran of San Francisco in the
first block of their 1,500-point match
for the title. The score was 500 to
During the early innings the match
was so uninteresting that many per
sons left the hall. Neither man
seemed to be able to handle his cue
with precision, each repeatedly miss
ing simple shots, although the leaves
also frequently were bad. At one
time Schacfer scored 22 points in
right innings, while Cochran was but
Billiardists said the poor play at
the start was due to the vcll-kn5wvn
il! feeling between the two. each man
apparently trying too hard to win.
OFFICIAL SCORE WEEK
ET)I.NG. SATURDAY. MAY SO..
SI. T. W. WK. T. F. S.
Omaha x x x x .. .. .....
Tdisa x 6 9 15
Sioux City 2 x x,2
Denver 1 x ' 2
Des Moines x x s
Wichita .x 7 16 ... .. .. ..
PI. Joseph x x 6 6 .. .. .. ..
Okla Ctiy x x 8 8
M. T. W. WK. T. F. S. R.
Brooklyn 2 x 0 2 ., .. .. ..
Phila 7 x 0 7 ..
New Tork 1 .1 x 4 ..
Chicago . 0 2 6 8
Boston 6 7 3 15
Ht. Louis 19 X 11 30 .. ., ,. ..
Cincinnati 6 x 1 7
Pittsburg 6 . S x 11 .. .. .. ..
, American League.
M. T. W. WK. T. F. S. n.
Detroit 6 4 x 10 .".
St. Louis 3 f 3 12
Cleveland 2 0 4 6 ..
Chicago 0 6 1 7
Boston 2.5 4 11 . .
Washing'n 4 2 x 6
New York 1.3 610
Phila 13 3 25 ...... ..
M. T. W. WK. ,.T. F. S. R
Kansas City x 8 8 16 .. .. ....
Milwaukee 3 2 5 14..'.... ..
Indianapolis x .11- x It"
Louisville 4 j 4 ' x 8 .. .. ,. ..
Mlnneapo'a 7 3 6 16 ...... ..
St. Paul 7 6 8 21 . .. .. .. ..
Toledo 4 10 x 14 ..
i Columbus 8 6 x 13 .. .. .. ..
Nebraska State League,
M. T, W. WK. T. F. S. R.
Beatrice " x 4 4 8 . , . , , . .
Falrbury x 3 7 10 ..
Od Island x 9 2 11 ..
Norfolk x 13 ,5 17
Hasting .x 11 '5 10
Lincoln x 4 8 12 .... .. ..
xNo game. .
Taste is a matter of
We itate it at our honest
belief that the tobaccos uted
in Chesterfield are of finer
quality (and hence of better
taite) thiU in any other
cigarette at the price. .
LiggtU V Mytri Tsiaca ft.
to n't toe shot, w Inch veered oil
The professional, tired ( the at
tempt to iiuikc hit cluh fooilc, hit
the ball with a resounding whack
that carried it 2J4 ard. into a stilf
wind, down the renter of the courr.
where it came to ret with scarcely
Hut that shot, was made with a
wooden shaft, for. while the Scot
averaged 2J6 yard with six.shot
made with a hickory shafted club, he
could do no better than an average
of .tXt yard with a sterl shaft; and
every spectator seemed . to believe
him when he said the club could
never make a golfer, hut thr stroke'
could make any club go well.
Chicago, May 17. The wrestling
contest between Marin l'hsiina of
Chicago and John Pcsek of Sheldon,
Neb., was stopped by Emit Thiry,
referee, at 1:30 this morning, after
they had wrestled 3 hours and 22
minutes. Both men were exhausted.
The match, billed as to a decision,
was declared no contest by Referee
In the semi-wiiidup Charles Han
son of Omaha, heavyweight wrestler,
received the referee's decision over
Hill Dcinctral of Chicago after six
rounds. Both Hanson and Dcinctral
used every known Isold in the wres
tling game but each one was broken.
In the preliminaries Charles Pesck,
brother of John Pesck, defeated Otto
Propotnick of Chicago in the second
round after one minute and two sec
onds of wrestling with a scissors on
the head and a wristlock. Both are
Two Cardinal Regulars
Are on Hospital List
St. Louis, Mo.. May 17. Clarence
Mueller, centcrfielder, and Johnnv
Lavan, shortstop, St. Louis Cardinal
regulars, have been incapacitated
since the opening of the season and
have appeared in only a few frames.
Mueller entered a hospital today to
have an injured leg placed in a cast
for two weeks. Manager Rickey said
the outfielder would not b able to
resume play for another month.
Lavan contracted influenza on the
southern training trip and has been
forced into retirement, being too
weak to stand the strain. The heavy
batting of Georee Tooorcer. who
took his place, has been a feature' of
the Cardinals play.
Central High Senior Glee
Clubs in Spring Concert
The Senior Glee clubs of Central
high school will present their first
annual spring concert Thursday
evening at 8:15 in the Central high
The concert will represent wcu-k
done this year by the clubs under
Miss . Pitts, director . of the event.
Lcla Turner will be accompanist. ;
On May 7 the Glee clubs gave a
sacred music recital at Dietz Me
Dorothy Stcinbaugh, soprano, will
sing a group of -solo numbers. She
had a leading part in the operetta
given by the Glee clubs this winter.
Cudahy Volley Ball Team
Defeats Armour Squad
l' The Cudahy Packing company vol
leyball team defeated the Armour
and company squad yesterday by the
scores of 15 to 7 and 15 to 5.
The Armour second team trimmed
the Cudahy second team, 15 to 1 and
15 to 4.
The Swift and company second
squad won over the Dold squad team,
15 to 6; 5 to 15 and 15 to 4.
of Turkish and Domestic tobaccos Nmiti
North Carolina .
Yanks to Victory
(It'orpt? Murray Hflie.r $liav
ki y miuI HoltU Indian Score
leaii Knock Homer Willi
Two on Banen Win 6-t.
Ww Votk. May 17. Seu.atioual
pitching and hitting by trrorge Mur t
uy, .North Carolina collegian, en-
aided the Vankc to defeat Cleve- r '
land today, o m 4. Murray hrl dthe
Indian scoreless after relieving
Shawkry and put New York in the
game with a home run in tnc second
with Tipp and Scott on bac. Score;
Cl.,M.MM I MW Viiltk
AH. II O .1' AH II 0 A
Jaa.le.w ir 4 I . if 11
irWstia'M. Ib 4 I 4 .. If 1111
,w, rf Sit Makw. it, 4 J
Mi lutta. Ill 4 I S I tlili.r. ti 34
SV..II. aa I I I I I'M-, Ik ' I I If
I, .,.!. IS), 4 I Wai4. .'
UooJ ft 4 11 aa
j a 1
1 4 4
4 f I
MuHaieaaar. ' ' 4 !'".
fU.iaauU. ' j I iw.l
I hi., p ' Munat . f
f 4 31
kaH I - -
M.uUla I .
T.Male 31 T tl
Mailed fur Ke-fe In IIH
littU for Kdri in iiiiiln.
fVr by Innmts: . T
t'lvrlsnl s,,f!ll i
.New York ! -
nummary Huns- Hker, Jt'-I'inrs,
Nunainaket, I'lii. Ketrr. Maker lit.
I'llio, Hrnit. Krrara: Heaell. Tan-n'
hit: Hell. Thrre-hsae tilt! Morrai,
Horn) runa: Miinai. Maker. Stolen ha".
Will. Hsrrlfli l"l- Miller, hk-OU. liuuMe
Plat: W.rd-K.oli 1'iin. L-r on ha:
New Tnrk. ; I'lrvelaml. 7. Maae n l.al at
off Hhawkey, 4: off Murray. 3; off I'hK
3: off Keefe, I ; off Kdarl. 1. Hlnn IC
out: Uy Chi. 1: by Keef. t- bv Kdard.
I; bv Murray, t. Mil: Off hwkey, 4
In If -a lnnlns: off Murray. S In 1 1-1
innlnaa; off I hie. I In I Inninss Inona
out In third!; olf Keefe, 1 tn 3 Inning; f
off Kdwanls. J In S Innings. Wlnnln I
pitcher: Murray. Losinir pitcher: I hie. (
I'mulrec Owen and chill. Tim: J:. )
BoMiIes by McManus
Enables Boston to Win
Boston, Msv 17 Tarn rror by !
Vanua nn routine rrounders, by Lelbold
end Mennakv. a pass tu Pratt which filled
th base, hmllh alnle to left which
s.-ored two runs. perfect bunt by Du(a
which filled the base aiain, and sseri
fl.a flies to left by Burn and Foster.
av Hoaton four run In the ninth In
nine tudev. Hot ion defeating St. Loula.
4 lo S. I'ntll the ninth Van Odder held
Roaioii tn four hits and received sensa
tional aupport. Score;
ST. LIX IH. I BOSTON'.
AH. II. O A.1 AH. H O A.
4 8 3 O UthnM cf 41
.101 Mennakr. If 414
I let Iter, a
1 Trait. Jh .134
1 IS S Smith, rf
S Mnisart. aa
1 1 O'Kuma. Ih
S 0 J K.ler, 30
1 1 s Ruel. e
IIS Fertuam. p
1 I M
- Rttasell, p
3.1 10 26 11' -Harril
o (I s
t ft u
I Total! 31 57 U
Two out when winning- run scored.
Batted for Ferguson In eighth.
8enr by innings:
St. Loul M M t I I 1 W
Boston 0 S e 0 0 0 0 0 4 i
Summary Runs: :Tobln. Shorten. Lal
bold. Menosky, Pratt, Smith. Errora: Me
Manus (2). Two-base hits: Tobin (31,
MrManu-. Three-base hits: Shorten, Men
osky. Stolen base: Slsler. Sacrifice hits:
Gerber. Burns, Foster. Double plait;
Ferguson - Dugan Burns. Foster PraitAjajj,,
Burns. Left on bates: ft. louis. : Bos
ton, 4. Bas on balla: Off Van Oilder. 1;
off Ferguson, f. Struck out: By Van
Ullder, 2; by Ferguson, 3. Hits: Off Fer
guson. 8 In i innings; off Russell, S In
1 Inning-. Winning pitcher: Russell. Um
pires: Moriarlly and Nallin. ' Tims: 1.21.
Cardinals Pound Two
Robins for Victory
St. Louis. May 17. Th local ran up
nine hlta for aeven runa off Grlmea dur
ing his four Innings on the mound, and
pounded Gordlnter for five more hits, de
feating Brooklyn today. 11 to 0. It was
Sin rdel's sixth consecutive victory, A
circuit drive was msde by Torporcer with
Smith on base and one was knocked with
Sherdel on. Tlornshy also pounded out a
four baser, being his sixth this season.
The score: '
BROOKLYN. ( 8T. LOC1S.
AB. H.O.A. AR. H.O.A.
II 1 l Smith, rf 4 3 0 0
0 2 J ' Toiiorcer. s
1 3 II Htock. 3b
0 4 OIHomabT. !h
0 1 : rounder, lb
1 4 OWeHenrr. If
1 4 Si lleaMirnte. cf
0 1 OiAlnamlth. e
2 3 ,1 Shardel. p
1 3 31 .. .
1 0 01 Total!
0 0 IJ ,
7 34 fit .
4 0 13
3 1 1.1 ft
5 1 0 0
4 3 3 0
4 3 0 S
30 14 27 14
Snore by innlnaf:
Brooklyn 0 0 0 0 0 ft 0 0 0
St. Loul .3 2 3 0 0 3 1 x U
Summary Runs: Smith CI, Torporcer.
Hornshy (2). McHenry. llesthcota (3.
Alnsmlth. Sherdel. Krrors: Johnston (8),
Neis, Qrlmes. Oordlnier. Fournler, Mc
Henry (2). Two.base hit: Smith. Mil
ler, Grimes. Three-base hit: Sherdel.
Home runs: Torporcer, Hornsby. Smith.
Stolen bases: Neis, Hornsby (2). Ss.;-
riflce: Fournler. Pouble play: fltock-Jfornsby-Fournler.
Left on bases: Brook
lyn, 8; St. Louis, 8. Base on balls: Off
Grimes. 3; off Gordinier. 4; off Sherdel,
1. Struck out: By Gordinier, 3; by
Sherdel. 3. Hlla: orr Grimes. In 4 In
nlngs: tff Gordinier. 6 In-4 Innings. "Um
pires: Mccormick and -Kigier. , .Losing
irncner; unmen, jnue; a;uu.
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