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THE BEE: OMAHA. SATURDAY, MAY 20. 1922.
Nebraska Intercollegiate Track and Field Meet at Hastings Today
i Enter Teams in
I Wctleyan Athlete. Last Yeir'i
Winncn, Looked Upon at
j s This Year.
Miid field meet to be held today at
I (amen field at Hastings, Neb.,
promises to be the greateit in the
' Entries have .been received from
; Grand Hand, York. Central City.
Uoanc, Weiieyan and .Hastings.
Coach McCandlcis' athlete at
.W'esleyan, lat year's Iniiers. shotiU
tike away team honori. althougii
jl'cane and Hastings will be con
! . Wesleyan looks strong in the
j weights and distance events. Martin
faml Riith have been throwing the
i';velin around 150 feet and should
i (iiiikh first and second
llastinR is counting on Harry in
the wcichti: Schcridi in the quar-
.tirj Anderson on the jump andal
sprint', wniic ungga, nun ana aprar
' .1.. I! I - 1 - . i . - . it..
j are inc caruiuais ocsi octi on 111c
J ; Warren Marsh. Central City's
jpride in dashes, holds the cage in
jil.e century and furlong.
! "York has entered a fuU team and
.may cut in atrong on the leading
Uam points which may swing the
trophy to either Doane, or Hast
ing. Alt the colleges are entering the
Conti to Meet
(.Chicago, May 19. "Young Jake"
Schaefer today is the undisputed
Vhampion 18.2 balk line billiardist of
the world. The last person to dis
pute his right to the title, Walker
Xochran, was defeated, 500 to 414, in
'the third and final block of their
matrh here last niht, giving Schae
ffer the match. 1,500 to 1,333.
1 , Not only did the young champion
!liold his lead of 81 points following
the second block Wednesday night,
-but he added 86 to it last night, win
ning the match by a margin of 167
:poitfs. Until Cochran, 307 points be
ihin made his strongest bid for the
title by running 166 in a row, the
bnatch was very one-sided. At no
Hiine. however, was Cochran a serious
jSchaefer will be unmolested by
challenges until next fall, when
'Roger Conti, French champion,
fourth high man in the recent billiard
'congress, will have the right to a
match with him. It is expected
-.Schafer and Conti will meet at that
,trme. 'H ' - '
ina Fails to
I Boston, May 19. Martine Plestina
tailed to throw George Calza, Italian
.heavyweight wrestling champion, in
pp minutes here last night, and under
the terms of the bout Calza was de
j! Baseball Dope
OmCUl SCOBE WEEK
t BUIDINO, 8ATIBDAV, MAY
i Wcntcni Lmwiid.
M. I. W. WK. T. F
Bloux City 3
3ea Molna z
' ;Wlchlt z
'IK. Jonph z
iOkl. City x
M. T. W. WK. T. T.
M. T. W. WK. T.
e 4 x 10 x
At I .Aula
- jBoaton S
2w Tork 1
? M. T. W. WK. T. F
Kan. City x S S IS 11 a
Mllwaukfo S S S )4 S i
Ind'apolla z 11 z 11 x
loul.vllle 4 4 x I x
Mlnnoapolti 7 3 S IS 1 1(
t. Paul 7 8 SI S i
- Toledo " 4 1V z 14 x i
Columbua ( . S x 13 x j
j Jfobisaka) State Leacae.
I M. T. W. WK. T.
iScatrle z 4 4 8
Jairoary z S T 10 S
O. Ialand z S S ' It ' S
TVOrrolk Z 13 5 17 .. 8
rtaallnxa z 11 S IS 3
Lincoln z 4 S 13 3
Cloett,Pbody tCo. Inc
Another possibility for Jack Demosev's crown Wll Stored iwiv when
Jim Tracey of Australia in the eighth round of their bout in New Yoi k.
the world, while referee McIVIand
in Opening Game
Huge Crowd Sees Capital
City's State Leaguers De
feat Norfolk, 10 to 7.
Lincoln, May l5. Lincoln dedi
cated " its new baseball park this
afternoon; filled it to the brim and,
incidentally, won the opening game
of the Nebraska State league season
here by defeating Norfolk by a score
of 10 to 7.
Free hitting and errors along the
same line marked the battle. Lin
coln apparently had the game sewed
up until the fifth inning, when Nor
folk started a batting rally v which
continued with a considerable degree
of intensity until the visitors had
tied the score in their half of the
eighth. Then the locals got their
eye on the ball and batted out three
AB. H. O A
AH. H. O A
I 111 (I Orr. m
4 8 S S
B 0 4 0
4 1 T I)
4 1 S S
s s s s
5 O 1
1 1 S 0
S 1 3 4rrlf. If
sos irM4. cf -
I I I II cOnr. Ill
5 J SlHItrk. rf
S 1 OlZuktr. 8b
sis ormkr. e
4 S 4 OlSnrrl.. p
4 1 1 Williams. P
BmmU. p ,
Total. 43 13 34 111 Total 3S 10 37 13
Bcor by Innlnca: ' .
Incoln 8 4 0 3 6 S 9 S z 10
Norfolk ..0 00. S 33030 T
Summary Runi: WIr. Bchutt, Clark.
Sp-llman-(3). Baxnott (2). Orr (!). Nc
Coy. Black 3, W. Zlnk-r. Conkey (I)-
Error: Wlaaor. Harr. ciarx. sarnaii, t.r-
rl. Wood. McCoy. Morrl. Homo run:
Orr. Threa-baao hlta: Carrif, Conkay.
Two-ba.o hit: Black, Rome. Baa on
ball: Off Norrl.,,1: oft Barnatt. S; oft
William-. 1. Run and hlta: Off Morrla.
T and 11 In 3 ianlnta; off Barnatt, 10 and
10 In S Innlnca; off William., non and
1 In 1 lnnlna. -. Struck out: By Morrla. 8;
by-Barnett, J. Left on baae-a Lincoln,
S: Norfolk, S. Earned runa: Lincoln. 4;
Norfolk, 3. Umpire: Qondinc- Time: 2:00.
HaaUiurl Beat. Beatrice. ' .
Haatlnca, Nfb.. May IS. Kaatlnca iron
a loosely played (am from Beatrice, 1
to S, here today. Crann'a -triple in the
e-venth. . with two .men on, broucht In
the winning- runa. Three pitcher were
uaed to turn an apparent defeat Into vic
BEATRICE. I HABTWng.
AB. H. O.A.I AB.fT. O A.
Adam., if 3 0 0 0 Amra, cf 4 S 3 0
Mrrhner. lb 3 3 10 OlDralon. m
Parker. 3b 3 0 .1 Olfrann. Ib
Bowman, cf 4 1 S SIWtlltta.o
Hill, m 111 SlHollr. lb
8 0 18
5 3 8 5
3 0 4 1
43 11 0
3 0 10
3 0 10
0 0 0 3
8 0 13
MrParland, If S 0 0 llKnapp. 8b .
ouino, aa ail l Tomea. ir
TJnaer. e 8 14 lljohnaon. rf
Blttmdorf, p 8 0 0 4IRldenemr, p
Miller, rr I i Bmitn, p
Hod, lb 10 0 OlWIfainfton, p 10 0 1
Total. ' II 111 111 Total 31 S ST IT
Score by lnnlna: -
Beatrice v 1 1 0 0 1 0 05
Hatnra 0 0 S 3 0 1 3 1 z 7
Summary Run: Adam, Bowmon, M
Farland. Qulnn (3), Amen, Denton. Wll-
letta, Knapp (J), Tome. Error: Kircn
ner, McFarland, Qulnn, Crann, Wllletts
(t). Knapp (4). ' Tbree-baae hit: Crann.
Two-ba.e hit: Qulnn, Amen. ' Sacrifice
hit: Klrchner, Parker. Denton (3). Hill.
Baae on ball:sp.ff Rldenour, 3; off Bit
tendorf, S: off Wlflnton, 1. Stolen
hasea: Wlllelt (3), Knapp (8). Qulnn,
Uncer, Johnaon, Denton, Double play:
Dentnn-Wllletta-Crann. Run and- httai
Off Rldenour. 3 and 1: off Smith, 3 and
5; off Wlazlnston, none and 1.- Struck
out: :By Blttendprff. 1; by Smith, 1: by
Wlralnarton,' 3. Left on base: Haatlnga.
S: Beatrice. 3. . Hit by pitched ball: John,
son and Willette. by Blttendorff. Passed
ball: Willette (1). . Earned run: Halt
ing. J: Beatrice, 1. Umpire: Hawthorn.
Time: 1:SS. ' . .
Grand Island Pounds
Pritchard for 16 Hits
Falrbury, Neb.. May IS. Wolfolk al
lowed only four bit and shut out Grand,
laland, 14 to 0. here today. Falrbury
batters hammered Pritchard for IS hlta
and seven error by Ornd Taland aided
Falrbury in getting their acorea aero.,
th plate. Score:
. GRAND ISLAND. , I , -FAlRBtmr.
ABTR. 0,A - AB.H.O.A.
Ra.nHp.Sb 4 1 9 Goodwin, ib 8 3 0 8
Rnben. 3b 3 13 SlOleraland. 3b 8 1 1 0
Mets. a. ' 3 1 3 SIMcDennott. a 8 S 10 3
Wlanstaff. cf 3 0 4 81 WlnTmah. lb ' 8 ISO
Boi-wi. If .401 lllRelrhle. If 5110
HrrllTle. lb '4 0 S SI Brhroerda. rf S J 0 0
Robert, e 3 0 4 OlRUa., cf ' 4 3 10
Pritchard. p 3 10 SIRreni. n 5 14 1
1 Wolfolk, p , 4 1 1
Total 81 4 34 141
I Totals ' 43 IS 37 11
Score by Inning: " .
Orand Island 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Falrbury 1 1 4 8 0 t it, z 14
Summary Rune: -Goodwin. Cleveland
(IV, McDermott (4). Wlnbuah 3V. Relchl
C), Bchmerda, Bllas. Breen. Error: Hay
allp, Roben. Ileta (3), Pritchard, Breen
(2). Wolfolk. Home runa: Goodwin, Mr.
Dermott. Three-ban hit: McDermott.
Wlnbuah. Two-bane hits: Wolfolk. Cleve
land. Baae on balla: Off Wolfolk, 1 : off
Pritchard. 1. Stolen base:: Bllas. 8truck
out: By Wolfolk. S: by Pritchard. 3. Left
on bases: Grand -Island. T; Falrbury. S.
Hit by pitched ball: Met and Walnstaff.
by Wolfolk. Earned runs: Falrbury, 11.
Lmplre: Snyder. . Time: 1:60.
at Ak-Sar-Ben Field
Rergresso. 4 furlongs, 0:S1.
Will of th Wlp. 3 furlong, 0:38 !-.
Homo Msde. H mile. 0:13U.
Boarea. H mile. 0:13 4-5.
Tom Roacb. i mile. 0:55,
Faahion Girl, S mile. :S.
Blue Jay. H mile. 1:04H.
Flint Rock. t mile. 0:IJ.
La Nera. 4 furlongs. :60 i-f.
Lo-BUa. J.. H mil. 0:15.
. Rifle. H mile. 0:54. "
Oapt. Donge, U mile, 0:34.
Kanaas Olrl. 3 furlongs. 8:31
Sam Stafana, 3 furlongs. :J.
Tawaseotha. .. mile, 0:11 .
Knocks Out Australian in Eighth
is tolling off the fatal ten seconds.
BY THE BUFFALOES
AB II H PO A E
Uurrb, ttt ..
Manoah, cf ,
lirlffln. rf ..
Knederar, lb .
l a I
i a i
Okrte, p S
Total aa s a 34 14 a
AB R H PO A 15
Hemingway. 3b .
Oalergard, rf ,
1 t s t
1 8' S O
I 1 in i
i s a o
v 1 S
i a a e
o a a l
; Hmm bv inalneat
... 5 S 87 13 X
Omaha ISISIIIS t 3
fMoas City O 1 4 x
Mammaryi Two-bas hit Palmer. Home
ranst Mets, Oatergard. Narrlflra hllat Pal
mer, Robinson, Okrle. Dnubla playsi Burch
to H'Uraz to Hoedecori Teaar to Palmer to
Metal Palmer to Mets. Earned runs:
Omaha, t Moux Clly, 4. lft on baeeai
Omaha, li Moax City, . Hasea on balls:
Off Okrie. 4i off Teaar. 1. Struck out) By
Okrle. B. by Tew, 3. Hit by pitched ball:
Br Teaar (Wtleox.) Vmplreai Burnalde
and Fltapatrlck. Time: 1 sS.
' StandUur. . .
' W. 'l,.''Prt. W. L. Pet
St. loaeph 3S .8iHI Das lloln. 14 50 ..412
Slnux City 18-13 ,l$rkla.' City IS 10 .JOB
Wlrblta IS 14- .5SI0iaba 12 2S J7S
Tulia X IS .SMIVanrer 11 21 -DM
St. Joseph. 6; Wichita. 3.
Sioux City, Si Omaha. .
- Denver, 4; pes Molnea. Z.
Tulsa. 10; Oklahoma City, 4.
. ' - Today' Game.
Denver at Omaha.
. Des Moines at Sioux City. -
Tulsa, at Oklahoma City.' -
St. Joseph at Wichita.
NEBRASKA STATE LEAGUE.
W. 1. Prt.r W. L. Prt
Hlatlnn 8 3 .7141 Lincoln - 4 3 .571
Norfolk 4 8: .SJllKalrbury 3.4 .420
Beatrice ' 4 v 8 ,7llOr'd Ialand 1 6 .113
Hastings, 7: Beatrice, 6.
Lincoln. 10; Norfolk, 7.
Falrbury, 14; Grand Island, 0.
, Beatrice at Halting. C ' '
Grand Ialand at Falrbury. . ,
Norfolk at Lincoln. -
, , NATIONAL LEAGUE.
W. I. Pet
1 W. U Pet.
Philadelphia 11 15 .423
Cincinnati 14 18 .433
Brooklyn 13 17 .414
Boston S IS ,808
New Tork 20 , S '.714
St. Louie .IS 12 .600
ritubunjtt IS 12 , .544
Chicago v 15 13 .536,
Yesterday's Beenlt. .
Cincinnati, I; Philadelphia, 1.
St. Louis, 10; Brooklyn, S. , '
New York-Pittsburgh, rain. ,
"S Today Game.
Boston at Chicago.
Brooklyn at 8L Louis.
Philadelphia at Cincinnati.
New Tork at-Pittsburgh.
W. ' L. Prt.1 w. n
Nnr Tork 33 It .667 Boatoa 13 14
St. Louis IS 13 .413 Cleveland 14 18
Philadelphia 10 IS .5001 Washington 13 19
Detroit . is u -tail unieago ii ia
Chicago, 7; Philadelphia, 4.
Waahlngton, 3; Detroit, 3. ,,
New Tork. 12; Cleveland, 4.
St. Louis-Boston, rain. ,
Chicago at Washington,
Detroit at Philadelphia. . -St.
Louie at New Tork.
Cleveland at Bostln. ,
v AMERICAN ASSOCIATION.
W. L. Prt.
W. L. Pet.
Kansas City 17 15 .531
Columbus 14 14 .500
Louisville 11 17 .303
Toledo . , 4 32 .151
Mlnneamlis 20 S .600
Indianapolis IS 11 ,3D3
Milwaukee jt i.i .sot
Bt. Paul IS -13 .534
Minneapolis, 10; St. Paul. 2.
All other games postponed (rain). .
Columbus at Toledo.
Indianapolla at Louisville. ' ;
Kansaa City at Milwaukee.
Minneapolis at St. Paul.
At St. Paul - R. H. E.
Minneapolis 10 IS 0
St. Paul K 2 t 3
Batteries Smallwood and Slayer; Mar
tin, Hall and Allen. -
Scrite on Trial for
' Comment on Horses
Louisville, May 19. Trial of Bert
Collyer, sports writer, charged with
criminal libel in an indictment re
turned by Ihe frrand jury last June
on information submitted by R. D.
(Dick) Williams, tilrfman, was ex
pected to get underway here today.
According to statements made yes
terday, the prosecution will endeavor
to prove Collyer had persecuted Wil
liams fop 10 years through a publica
tion of which Collyer is editor,
Williams claims that Collyer pub
lished articles saying -that some of
Wiiliams' ', 2-year-olds were 3-year-olds,
and that the racing commission
.in Florida, where the races were in
progress, held an investigation, ex
onerated him and barred Collyer
from the track,
the vrlrran Rill Rrsmnan Icnnrtctri nut
The ohoto shows Tracev dead to
Metz's Home Run
to Beat Omaha
Buffaloes Are Held Scoreless
hy Tesar Until in Ninth
Frame Team Home
Sioux City, la., May 19. Metz
home run, which came in the eighth
inning with two men on bases, pro
vided the deciding ' (actor in the
Packers' 5 to 2 victory over Oma
ha in the final game of the series.
Tesar twirled a strong game, holding
the visitors vlo four hits until the
ninth, when four singles produced
their two tallies.
Denver Twirler Invincible
and Des Moines Loses
Pes Molnrs. la... Slay IS. Herbert Hall
held Dea Moines to .three bit and won
for Denver, 4 to 2. . Both pitcher re
ceived aenaational aupport. Score:
DENVER. I DES MOINES. ,
ooraea.cf 4 3 4 0' Gorman. 2b
Wright. Sb 8
Loo, rf 8
0 1 Sllirant. 1,0
0 1 OIHoran. if
17 !rabaro, lb
Bhanley, lb 4
Wtpdle. If. 4 3 0. 01 Wagner, cf
FaTtereonSb S 0 SI Milan, If
$praner, M 4
Parker, o . 4
Hall, p 4
0 8 SlTurteoo, sa ,
1 t llBrfen.c
0 0 ' 4 i Mr Urea, p
Totals 33 7 ST 18l Total. 51 3 17, S
Score by Innings: ' ' '
Denver 8 S 0 0 0 0 0 1 41 4
Dea Molnea 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 O i
Summary Runa: Oome. Wright. Shan
ley (3), Wagner. Turgeon. Error: Sprang
er. Two-base hits: Grant. Graham. Sac
rifice hits: Wright, Long. Gorman. Tur
geon. ' Stolen base: Windls. Left on baae:
Denver. 6: Des Molnea. 6. Struck out:
By Mollree. 3. Base on balls: Off Mc
Ilree. 1; off Hall. 4. Wild pitches: Mc
Ilree, 1. Earned runs: Denver. 4: Dea
Moines, 1, Double play: Rpranger-Shanley.
I'm pi res:; Brown and McQloom. Time:
1:23. , , . . -
Saints Hit Opportunity
and Win From Izzies
'WICnilB, IUn., Oiay J,. m. uymvtta ....
at opportune times today and took an
other game from Wichita, S to 3. Score:
BT. JOSEPH. 1WUMTA. '
n.n.H.1. ' AB. H. O.A.
Olsen. lb 4 0 8 01 L. Smith, cf 5 2 0 0
0 0 3 o Banter. .. a i s
4 0 3 llw.ahburn, lb 3 0 13 8
8 3 3 01 East, rf 4 3 10
4 11 2IBlakealer. If 4 13 0
Rmith. Sh '
4 11 2IMcMullan, Sb 4 1
4 12 4 McDowell, 2b 4 1
SOS OlHaler.e V 4 0
4 2 0 tfMusner. p 3 0
, I Greaorr . 1 0
Grorer, p (
8S SM ewi,. n n
Batted for Musser In ninth. -,
Score by innings: . , . .
St .Toaenh 0 3 0 0 0 1 1 5
Wichita 0 0000111 3
Summary Runa: Fisher, Bonowltg (2).
Defate, Gwbowskl, L. Smith. Berger. East.
Errors: Fisher. Blakesley. McDowell. Sac
rifice hit: Bonowlt. Earned run: St.
Joseph, 2: Wichita. -8. Two-base hits:
Defate, Grover 2. Berger. Bast. Blakes
ley. McDowell. Double play: Defate-Nufer-Olsen.
Struck out: By Grover, 8; by Mus
ser, 7., Base on balla: Off Musser. 3; off
Grover, 3. Left on bsses: Wichita, 10;
St. Josenh. S. Wild pitch: Musser. Hit
bv pitched ball: Washburn, by Grover.
Umpires: Andaraon and- Donahue. Time:
1:55.. , - '
Tulsa Hands Oklahoma City
, Its Tenth Straight Defeat
Oklahoma City. T May IS. Oklahoma
City Buffered Its ninth consecutive defeat
today when Tulsa won. 10 to 4. All
three of Oklahoma City's error helped In
the scoring. Score:
TULSA. J OKLAHOMA CITY.
, AB. H. o.A. I ah. n. u. A.
1 2 1 1 Pitt. If
0 0 HMIddlatMl, If
8 8 01 Bates, lb
2 7 OlOlnclardl.ef
5 2 2 0
S 8 1 0
S S 8 0
Thompson, 3b 5
Daria. rf S
Lellrela. lb 3
3 2 4 0! Fitter, o
S 8 1 ' Si Maaaer, 2b
SIS 01 Tate. 3b
8 14 llr48elle.es
4 0 0 1 1 Sherman, p
1 0 A 1 1 Tonne, n
'Heatly : , 0 0,
89 13 27 11 '
I Tot.tr 39 12 2f 11
Batted for Toung In ninth.
Score by Innings:
Tulsa n 1 1 0 ! 0 2 3 110
Oklahoma City 0 000 11300 4
Summary Runs: Bennett. 1 Davla 2,
Lelivelt (4). Lamb (2), Boehler, Pitt,
Mlrtdleton. Tate, LaSalle. Errora: Leli
velt, Mlddleton (2). Ginglardl. Two-base
hits: Bennett. Davis. Tate. LaSalle, Bau
man. Sacrifice hita: Thompson, Lamb.
Stolen baaes: Croshy. Bauman. Boehler.
Bate on balls: Off Sherman, 8; off Toung,
2. Hit by pitched ball: Crosby, by Toung;
Heatly, by Boehler. Wild pitch: Toung.
Passed ball; Flaher. Runs and hit: Off
Sherman, S and 10 In S 1-3 Inning; off
Toung, 4 and 3 In 3 2-3 Innings; off Luk
anovlc, 4 and 10 la I 1-3 innings; off
Boehler, 0 and S In 3 2-3 innings. Earned
rune: Tulsa. S; Oklahoma City, 3. Left
on baaes: Tulsa, 10: Oklahoma' City, S.
Umpires: Holmes and Ormsby. Time: 2:00.
Organization of the Industrial
Class B Saturday Amateur league
was completed last night at, a meet
ing of team managers.
The league will open its season
with the following teams entered:
Union Pacific Yard Employes. Guar
antee Fund Life. Federal Reserve
Banks, Iten Biscuit company.Kirsch
braun Creamer- "H Union Pacific
Freight Accpii , ....
New York Wins
and Makes Clean
Sweep of Series
Cleveland Loe5ixth Straight
Game When Sothoron and
Bagby Are Wild and
New York. May 19The Yankees
made clean awrep of the series and
Cleveland lost its sixth straight to
day, when New York won, 12 to 4.
Sothoron and Baabv both were wild
knd ineffective and Speaker put in
substitute team alter the third in
ning. Baker hit his sixth home run
of the season. Score:.
CUVSUNn. I cw tobk.
ASL 0.1 AM. H O A.
1 Witt, rf
Mrlaala, Ib S
Oulau. Ik a
I t ItPC I
S Ward, lb
J U. S
"base, Sb I
4 aeti. aa
avkaat. t .
Weed, rf a
si ii a Is
L amii, a
at, a a
Malkv. p t
Toull St I 24 111
Score by lnnlna; .,,,.,,.-..4
ri.vei.nd J ;! tZlt
Nr Tork I I
Summary Runs: Hpeakar, J. "1,
Gardner. Wood. Wilt :. Kaw.ter
Beeker ttt. Miller J. Pipp 3. Ward.
Krror! Sothoron. Bakar. Two-be bill
rUephenaon. Three-base bite! "-'
Wambsgans. Ward. Home run; Bake'.
Sacrifice hits: Baker. Sehsng. Double
Slavs: PlnD-Scott-Plnp. J. Swl.Wempe-
iganea-Oolato. Ward Scott-PI PP. Left on
.'bases: New Tork. 3; Clevelsnd. 8, Base
on balla: Off Bomoron, 1; on naaoy, as
Stays. 4. Strurk out: By Maya, t: by
Mall. . Hlta: Off Sothoron. 1 (none "t
In first Inning); off Bagby. II In S In
nings; off Stalls. 3 In S lnnlna. Pseaed
ball: Schsng. Losing pitcher: Sothoron.
Umpire: Chill and Owen. Tim: 1:M.
Res Hammer BawsmeJ.
Philadelphia. May IS. Chicago ehad
Rammel In th alath Inning end won the
find game ef tb erle today from Phil
adelphia. 7 to 4. Pobertaon held (he
Athletic to nine cltred bit. Miller
hid two home runs, bringing hie total to
CHICAGO. I PHILADELPHIA.
A. H. O A I A. H. O.A.
Johnaon. as SIS llToun. b 414
MrClallan. 3b 4
Celllna. 3b S
1 rjennetm. is-
I 1 !l Walker. If 4
3 1 0' Perkins, a 4
a l Mlllw. rt 4
trunk, ef '
1 4 n Wrtch. rr x 1
0 1 mrtrke.. 3b 4 S
1 3 oiflailnwar. at 4 1
S 3 1 Rommel, p 1 J
a a iImmm. n 10
I n.iiKM ISO
i 11 ir 1
I Total 34 S 27 12
Batted for Moor In ninth. ,
Score by Innlnga: .... .... . .
rhlcago .1 1 J J J-J
Philadelphia 3 0 0 1 S 0 0 I
Summary Runs: Johnson. Collin.
Hooper. Strunk 2). Shely. Schslk, Toung.
Walker, Miller 2. Error: Collins.
Strunk. Walker. Two-bas hlta: Johnson,
Fslk. Hooper. Perkins. Dykes, Collin.
Home runs: Miller !. Bchalk. Stolen
baae; Strunk. Sacrifice hit: Rommel.
Doubt playa: Johnaton-Rommel,- Bebert-son-.tohnsnn-Sheely.
Left on base:: Chi
rare. 7; Philadelphia. S. Baae on balla:
Off Rommel, 1: off Moore. 4:: off Robert,
son. 2. Struck out: By Moor. S:; by
Robertson. 2. Hits: Off Rommel, S In J
Innings (non out In sixth): off Moore. 2
In 4 Inning. Losing pitcher: Romml.
Umpires: Evan. Walah and Dineen. Time:
Senators. Si Detroit, t. -Washington.
My IS. Washington won
from Detroit. 3 to 3, in the ninth Inning
today., when Rlgney failed to handle
Brewer's hot grounder end let In the run
breaking th tl. which had held for
five Innings. Bsssler's double and a wild
heave In the fourth gave the visitors their
two tallies. Score:
DXTJWWT. I WASHlNOTfW.
ah. n. O.A.I AB. H. O.A.
a 11 limtsh. m tie.
Cobb, cf -vcb.
3 8 31 'Smith
0' w.rri. 3b
01 Rice, ef
OlTndee. lb .
AIVmmiH.. St ,
31 4 35 101
t . ae t rr is
One out when winning run (cored.
tan for Bush In ninth.
Batted for Goebel in ninth.
Score by Innings:
Detrott 0 0 f S 0 0 0 0 J
Washington ;.. .0 1 1 0. 0 0 0 0 13
Summary Runs: Hellmann. Rlgney,
Harris (2). Gharrlty. Errors: Haney (2).
Rlgney. Oldham. Goslin (2). Two-base
hits: Rice (2), Bassler, Bush. Three-baa
hit: Ohsrrlty. Stolen baae: Rice. Sacri
fice hit: Oldham. Judge, Cobb, Goalln.
Harrla Left on baaes: Detroit. 10: Wash
ington. 13. Base on ball: Off Oldham.
0; off Francis, S. Struck out: By Francle.
4; by Oldham. 4. Hit: Off Oldham. S in
3 1-3 Inning; off Dauss. 1 (pitched to
one man In ninth). Winning pitcher:
Francis. Doting pitcher: Oldham. Um
pire: Wilaon and Hlldebrand. Tim: 1:10.
Shortage in Spring Lamb .
. Crop Reported in West
Washington, May iy.-r-A ma
terial shortage in spring lambs and
a resultant smaller supply of wool,
was indicated by the Department of
Agriculture as a result of reports
just received from the western sheep
The total lamb production in Mon
tana,. Wyoming, Washington, Ore
gon, Idaho and Nevada, the, reports
indicate, would total only about 70
per cent 01 normal.
The shortage is. attributed to a
"dearth of ewes. Some reports indi
cate, tne department said, that lartre
western speculators and feeders have
already contracted for approximate
ly half the lamb crop, in Idaho, Ore
gon and Washington.
Bloomfield High' Team
Banqueted by Fans
Bloomfield, Neb., May 19. (Special.)-
Members of the Bloomfield
high school track team were given
a banquet at a local restaurant last
evening in honor of their having won
the northern Nebraska champion
ship at the field meet held in Wayne
last week. Principal T. I. Friest
and Coach C T. Feelhaver were also
guests of honor. The banquet was
given by Messrs. F.. A. Salmon,
Hans Andreson and J. W. Dart, all
prominent business men and ardent
supporters of athletics.
Five Major and Western
G. AB. R.
..31 12S 34
..24 8 IS
..21 TS 13
..27 108 25
..23 SS S
Slater, St Louis ...
Witt, Nw Tork .
N'Nelll, Cleveland .
G. AB. R.
..IS SO s
..28 IKS 28
..23 OS IS
..37 110 IS
..14 61 S
Gowdy Bo.ton ...
Hornsby, St. Louis
Toporcar, St. Louis
6. AB. R.
Elsh. Siouz City ....20 lis 33
Fisher. St. Joseph ...30 117 J
Manush. Omaha ....31 131 40
Bast, Wichita . ..31 134 21
Davis, ZulM ......! 127 SO
Mad Rush to Get Ducats
fqr GameRecord Crowd
of Season to Turn Out
New York. May 19SpUl aquads ef police bad to
bold back the crowd of basball fans yesterday when
tickets for Saturday's Yankee am. in which Babe Ruth
will play were placed on sale. Fully 5,000 persons bad
gathered to buy ticketa to see tbe great swatter in bis first
eppearaaco of the season.
Tbe police are making plana to handle tbe season's
largest crowd at a ball game.
New York, May 19. If the aun shines tomorrow and
all of the telegraph wires between New York and Chicago
don't break down before midnight tonight, Dale Ruth will
be trying to hit his first home run of the championship season
when the game between the Yankees and the St. Louis
Browns gets under way before a world's series nizo crowd at
a i r i - i
inc ruio jjruuiiuo.
Many a Manhattan heart
UDon hour, stretching time toward the mystic midnight when
' I . ....j a..
a aieepyeycu uii'MJi'iittcr uvy
business office with a message
M. Landis asking if Ruth and
after their six weeks exile.
From the moment (lie blue-clad
beys leave the office until another
returns with a reply from Chicago
saying, briefly, "aurc, go ahead." New
York fans hold their hands over their
mouths 1o keep their hearts from
Pair Has "Practiced
Daily at Polo Grounds.
Both the Bambino and Meusel are
anxious to get back into the game,
Ruth has been so sick of it all that
he couldn't stand or sit to see the
Yankees in a came without him, and
by way of diversion has spent a few
afternoons at the Jamaica race track.
Meusel, less sentimental, has spent
the afternoons in the grandstand
learning and suffering.
The two have been practicing daily
at the Polo grounds before a wor
shipful audience of white-coated pop
and tobacco venders, who cheer lust
ily and pocket the foul balls knocked
into the grandstand.
Lincoln, 9 to 2
Tech Hiirh clayed right smart base
ball yesterday against Lincoln High
at the Buffaloes' park and succeeded
in defeating the visitors in a fast
game by the score of 9 to 2.
Both teams played good ball until
the sixth inning when the Lincoln
pitcher "blew up" and permitted the
Bookkeepers to score six runs beiore
the side waa retired. Birt, Lincoln
hurler, weathered the fatal sixtn
stanza, however, and then settled
down and hurled good ball forhc
The game was called at the end or
the seventh. -
West started the game for Tech,
but wai jerked before the contest
was many minute's old. Mack reliev
ed West, fcwartz was behind tne
- ... . . ,r -.S S-
Birt was on tne mouna ior tne los
ers, and with the exception oi tne
fatal sixth, worked in dandy fash
ion. Olds was on the receiving end
of Birt's deliveries.
Portland. Ore., May 19. Jimmy
Sacco, Boston boxer, weighing 137
pounds, won a 10-round decision
here last night over Joe Udrman ot
Portland, 130 pounds.
Gorman lost to bacco recently in
Seattle on a foul..
Liggett & Myers Tobacco Co.
at" MET- V. -AsaujV- J M m- 8 . fT
Is aquivver today as hour piles
lis 1. 1 . ...t . t iL. V. L
win auiuie out ui mc jauncva
addressed to Commissioner K.
Bob lMeuscl can be reinstated
Each morning the exile brein by
playing "pj" tossing the 'ball to
each other. They then, went in for
a bit of chasing funso Dies. But
the emphasis is on the battms
loosening their shoulder muscles and
sharpening their baiting eyes. 1 tits
workout usually ended with a run,
circuiting the field once o rtwice,
finally winding up in the dub house,
the showers aim a rubdowii.
Ruth Smashes 'Em
Into Far-Awsy Stands.
In their last practice they appeared
very busineslike. The pitchers
whizzed over fast ones and lobbed
over a mixture of curves, Affording
Importunities galore for making
backs more supple. Ruth swung wide
of a number but he really didn't like
to see even a bad one go by. "I
haven't hit a good one all morning,"
he shouted to Meusel when he left
the field, ignoring several that he
dumped into the far-away grand
stand. Pari Post of Legion
to Decorate Graves
of Soldiers in France
Paris. May 19. (By A. P.)
Graves of 4,000 American soldiers
will be decorated by the Paris post
of the American Legion on Memorial
This is 24,000 fewer tl an the num
ber decorated last year, the reduction
being due to the return of bodies to
the United States. , ,
AH the bodies remaining in France
have been concentrated in six per
manent American national ceme
teries, except in 60 places where rel
atives have asked that, the bodies be
Ambassador Hcrrick is honorary
president of the American Memorial
day committee. The ceremony will
begin in the forenoon with services
at the Holy Trinity church and a me
morial . mass at St. Joseph Catholic
church. - The ambassador, escorted
by all the American esrvice men in
Paris, will lay a wreath on the tomb
of the unknown poilu after the
Pal Moore and Babe -
Asher Matched at Denver
Denver, Colo., 1 May 19. Pal
Moore, the Memphis bantam, has
been matched to meet Babe Asher,
former, bantamweight champion of
the A. E. F.y in a 12-round bout
here May 26. '
Let Fatima smokers
TWENTY fir 2S
eiust taste the different
Bill Doak Wins
Sixth Game liy
i Beating Robins
Ilorn.by's Home Hun, Hit
Seventh This Season, Is
Feature of CarJs 10 6
Victory Over Brooklyn.
.St. Louis, Mo May 19. Bill Doali
of the Cardinals ou hit sixth m
of the season today from the Robin.
10 to 6. Ilomihy connected (or bit
srvcnih home tun of the sraion, driv
ing the ball over the screen in front
of the center field bleachers in the
fifth inning for one cf the longest
hits ever made here, .store:
. ivw ib
All. D DI'
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an ii a
I , as.nk. If
J . 1iv.ps, aa
4 I M..t iu
5 tl..A.t, fa
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S U. Mai IT, It
S f aV hulia. If
S llraiitst, rt
. j ua
T luilliih. if
W M--MII. P
II It V II
M.ia 41 I1 14 SI ,
Haiit tor Mamaii la fifb.
Sra bjf laolnc: ......... .
SI. Uil'l I I I 1 II
Summary nunst Jr-hnma. f. Oriffilh.
Whaal, Janvrin. Millar. Iwbrrry, Mann,
Tatwrrsr i:. Slock OI. llorn.bf II).
riMimior. Vrllsitrr. S hulls, hirers; Ja
vrln. Millar :. rouml.r. Tsro-aaa bust
T. Orllfnh, Whaal. Mask C, Olsaa
Thras-baaa) bill Foumiar. Ilnma runs
Hnrn.hr. Moubls plan r(.ak-Tojxrcr
Knurniar. I.elt aa baarai Mraaklyn. Si BU
liuls. T. Maaa en balls: l(( hataiur, SI
off Ultrhall, 1) sir lNak. 1. Blrork aui r
By lrtratur, Ii by Imalc. I. IIKai tre
llllrh.ll. T In S 1-1 Innlnca! off Mamaur.
S In ll-S innluis; oft Jsratur, S la 4
Innlnia Balk! 1)0. k. Le.ln( rllfharl
Mllchall. Umplrafi aUcCormlck tad R'S
Isr. Tiroa; l.H.
Krtis TmK. riiUUaa.
Cincinnati. M.y IS. Cincinnati fc.tl.d
Alnt and Wlnlara hard loil.y, wlnnina a
a ona-stdad urni (nm Phllan.lphls, S ta
t. Courts, ald.d by sharp floldlnc, bl4
tha fl.llora to Ihrra hlta. King's trlplat
and an InfiaM aul sronsd tb vi.llora' only
run In tha ninth, Scora;
rniLMEi.pniA. i cixa.vyTT.
IR. H. 01
llanMU. Ullll1 Hum. rf
tV'htsuwa, k 4 S S 41 li.ub.rt. lb
W llli.ma.cf 4 t I llDunran. II
14 l llokna. -h
SIS S Hairrr. tf
SSS 4larsrar. a
S S II I Carmry. as
S S 4 fllMlll. Jo
I I I II
I 1 I Totals
8f It V U
Tm.la t S ! Ill
Balled for Winters In ninth.
Seora tir Innlnfs:
Phlladclphl S S S S S S 1 f
Cincinnati 4 1 tl S 1 S 1 X I
Summary Runs: Kin. Burns. Daubart
(5), Punran (!), Harprr 3, Harravvs
(tl. Krrnra: Flatchar. Dunoan. Two.baas)
hlta: Duncan (!), Harprr. Thrao-ba.o
hlta: Da u hart (:). ("avenay. llarxrava.
Pln.lll. Klnl. Doubla plays: Cav.nay-Botena-nauhrrf.
Bohna-Daubrrt. Left on,
baaa: Phtladalphla. Si Cincinnati, S, Baa
on balla: Off Courh. 1: off Wlnlara, 4.
Struck out: Br Coach. 1: by.Wlntara, S.
Hits: Off Ring, I In -S Inning; off Win
ters, la 7 1-1 Innlnga. Hit hy pitched
hall: Duncan, by Wlnlara. Losing pltchar:
Ring. Umpires: Pflrinan and Klem. Tlma:
Huskers to Victory
Lincoln, May 19. (Special Tele
gram.) The Cornhuskers took their
fourth atraight victory i from Ames
and their third consecutive, 7 to S,
win, when they drubbed the Iowa
State college team by that score
this afternoon on the Cornhusker
Munger pitched the game for the
Cornhuskers and struck but 10 men.
Runkle, second-sacker for the An
gles, poled out a home run in the'
fourth which upset the Huskers.
Ames ran in four runs in this frame
before a man went out. Ames scored
its last run in the eighth. Score:
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