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First Stake of Lofal Racing
Season Will Be Run at Ak
Field Today by Six Sprinters
THE first stake of the local racing teaton will be run Ak-Sar-Ben
hrld today. The event it known M the Queen't Plate and it worth
$l,5i)0 to the winner. The distance ii tix furlong.
. A field of tix ttartert have accepted the weightt of Racing Secretary
Martin N'athanton, the top horte being thai noted tprintcr Motor Cop.
which it tinted to park 1J3 pounds into the fray. Motor Cop it one of
three Irwin ttartrrt, Sedan and Hide
The principal danger the Irwinitei
with thfir triple entry fear'will come
from the direction of Ikey T. and
Money. The former it in receipt of
a irift of 22 pounds from Ikey T., a
matter of much consequence. While
Money has not beeu in the habit of
meeting horses at good at the ones
he must engage today, hit great
by Own Misplays
' With Des Moines
McLaughlin Sent to Showers
for Argument With Unv
pire Lynch . Strong
Wichita, Kan., June 6. Des
Moines won the second game of the
series 'with Wichita, 3 to 2, by taking
advantage of local misplays and bad
base running. McLaughlin was sent
from the game in the eighth for dis
puting a decision and Lynch took his
place without warming up and held
the Izziet afterwards. ,
Tursean. H :
4 13 smmitn, cr
J 1 3
t llltenar. a. fill
S 1 4 lUvainbuni, !b J t 3
S S O Ki.t. rf 3 11
S S 4 01 Bl.kMler. If 4 i
It tlHale. e 483
tail) MrUewrtl. lb 4 S 11
toft l(irlffln.lb 414
S 1 0 Slungorr, p 4 t 1
K I 1 III
ToLU M 10 ST 11
Totals ST 10 ST 10
1 Hcors by innlnaa: ' ,
! Moin i t ;
wiuhita eio eio
Summary Rum: Oorman (5), Milan,
Washburn, East. Errors: Turf eon, Berger
, Waehbura (J). Orlffln 5). Racrlftce
hlli: Oorman. Turgeon (2). Two-baea
hits: Uorman. Blskesley. McDowell.
Earned runs: Wichita, i. Horn run:
Baat. gtolsn. bases: Milan (2), Wagner.
Hlta and runs: Off McLaughlin. 7 and 1
.In 7 Innings; off Lynch, 1 and I In I
innings. Doubla plays: Orlffln to Haley
to McDowell, McLaughlin to Oorman to
Graham, Turgeon to Gorman to Graham.
Struck out: By Gregory, ; by McLaugh
lin, 1: by Lynch. 1. Base on balls: Oft
Qregery. 1; of! McLaughlin, 5. Left on
bases: Wichita, : Dea Mninra, 13. Wild
BUch :Lynch. Hit by pitched ball: Wag
iftf, i Waahburm by - McLaughlin. Urn
jplrtt: Ormaby and Holmes,,' Time: 1:40.
Indians' Drive Gross
: from Mound in Sixth
Oklahoma - City. Okl., June . Okla
homa City drove Oross from 'the mound
in the sixth Inning and defeated Denver,
S to t, In the opening game of the series.
Masaey returned to the game after a
- three weeks' layoff and got two two-base
hlta In thrca times up.
.H'imn. If .
Shaniay, ef -
- O'Brien, rf '
:nmi. p -BMink,
PI Kates, lb
51 1 one. c
ol "ate. Sb ;
1 1 I" Trail-, p :
0 0 W
0 0 01 Totals
33 13 37 11
11 It II
Batted for Blunk In eighth,
Score by tnnlngs:
Denver ; , , .000 002 1003
Oklahoma City ....,.... .201 003 OJx
Summary Runs: Shanley, O'Brien,
Csrtvrlght, Masaey (3). Middleton (2).
' Olnalardl. Mann, Long, Tate.: Errors:
' Cartwrlght. Mann (2), Long. Earned
runs: Denver, 1; Oklahoma City, 7. Two
base h'ta: Oomea, Maoaey (2). 1 Base on
balls: Off V. Brady, 2: oft Cross, 3: oft
. McEJree. 2. Sacrifice hits: Wright,' Mas
ey, Lang. Stolen base: Wright. Runs
end hits: Oft Groes. 0 end I In I Innings
f none out in sixth): off .Blunk. none and
1 in 3 innings: off McElree. 3 and 3 In 1
tinning. Struck out: By Brady, 3: by
Grose, t; by Blun 1: by .McKlree, . 1.
Passed ball: Parker. Double play: Brady
to Tats to Bates. Left on bases: ren-
11 yen lit Oklahoma City, . Umpires:
Fitapatrick and Burnslde. Time: 1:50.
St. Joseph Evens Series,
by Several Timely Hita
. . Sf . Joseph, Mo., June 0. St. Joseph
evened the series with Sioux City today,
taking the second game. S to 3. Several
. timely hits produced St. Joseph's runs.
Hovllk was effective in the pinches.
Score: . y . , . , . . . :
- SIOCX Cm. I ST. 30BF.PH. - '
AB.H O A I ' ' ' .. AB.H.O.A.
Btmllton. ts 9 13 II Olson, lb v S 3 3 0
Heniata y.so 3 0 1 a rcrriden. a
1.0 3 0
. Clah. cf
3 12 ii Fisher, if
4 S 3 01 BonoiriU ef
.12 3 0
4 0 S 1
Meu. lb ;
3 13 nirwf.u. n. 2
4 0 3 01 McDonald. 3
4 3 3 21 Stevenson. Zb
4 3 3lKannlr.C -
0 0 0 OlHorltk. p -'
1 1 0 01 Tottll
1 ' . '
5 1' 0
: 8 10
' Tottls- 34 10 14 111
, 'Batted for. Wilsoa in ninth.
Score by Innlnga: .
' Sioux atity- .......00 oao 201 3
8. Joseph .....V 500 040 20x S
- Summary Runs Hamilton, F.lsh. Pal-
hier, Olson, Cerriden (2i Fisher. Defata.
. .'r sianaier. noviiK. jcrrors: cisn,
' Donald- Runs and hits: Off Blossom, 3
, and 1 la 1-3 Inning: oft "Wilson, 0 and
I In t 3-3 Innings: oft Hovllk, 3 and 10
In Innings. Earned runs: Sioux City,
, 3: St. Joseph, 7. Base on balls: Oft
. Horltk, I; off Blossom, 3; off Wilson, 4.
Struck out: By Hovllk. 3; by Wtlson, .2.
Lett en bases: Sioux City, 7; St. Joseph,
7. Two-base hlta: Defate, Kandler. Three.
Vase hit: Hamilton. Sacrifice hits: Fish
er. McDonald, Corrlden. Hit by pitched
" hall: Defate, by Wilson., Passed . ball:
Query, Stolen bases: Elsh, Olson. Urn---
pirea: Donahue and Anderson. Time:
Crawford Team Lesee.
-. Hay Springs, Neb., June . (Special.)
The lecpls defeated the fast Crawford
teaxa aera ounaay, to- 5.
Today in Ring History
Tw earls -Five Years Aaw.
..Tarry lfeOovern won from Tint lit-
arareaou. rrooi j n, 1 n rounds.
T. ,i , T w . A
Philadelphia Jack O'Brien knocked eut
Charley Ball. Des afolnea, la., two rounds.
,- Jimmy Walsh woa from. Harry Ogdsn,
Enslaad. six rounds.
--. Sevinttcn Teara Age.
Hugo Kelly against Tommy . Bursa,
i aw, muvh. 1 roanaa.a
Jack Blackburn against George
" ovwwwin -. 1 1.. , unrsr
ae decision. Philadelphia, six- rounds.
ru iws age. - '
' Harvey Thorp against Benny Palmar,
draw. Colorado Spriage, It rounds. -
Willie Ritchie against Ralph Grunan,
so eeciston. Portland. Or., six rounds.
Joe WIHIng against Johnny Dimdre. no
h, 4ww aw inuiH, ...
being coupled, with hi in.
record of the present teasoa It bound
to attract a lot of attention. Seven
of hit nine ttartt tince January 1
have resulted in victorict while the
other two found him drawing the
tecond money. Hazel W.. a Ken
lucky mare will be llie tlxth starter.
It will be society day at the track
and the Ak-Sar-Ben queen and all
her court will be present.
KslrfWd. Neb., Jan t. Special.
rairfield defeated Superior here last week,
t le .
Pllger. Neb., June 4. (hpeclel.l Pllger
defeated the Norfolk Independents her
Bunder, t to 3, In I Innings. Batteries:
Pllger. Hyland and Peters; Norfolk, Lae
aad Ferris. '
t'olnmhaa Wlsts Vara.
' Columbus, Neb.. Juna (Special.)
Ths locals won from Pallertoa her Sun
day. 4 tb I. In a fast le-lnnlng game. Bat.
Inrles: Fullerion, Hoffman and Thompson;
Columbus, Coaysra and tSmagaces.
Friend Reals tYHbsr.
Friend". Nb... Juna S. (Special.)
Friend trounced wllber hers Sunday, 1
ts . ,
Elm Creek Miuta Out Kearney.
Kim Creek. Neb., Juna 4. (Special.)
Elm Creek shut out the Kearney Com.
merclal club her Sunday, t to 0.
Cloae Cssm Feat are.
In th Sherman-Howard leagu laat
Sunday Farwell won from Pannebrog, 11
to It; Bnelus swamped Aahton 17 to 7, and
Elba beat Rockvllle two games, the first,
S to J, aad ths second, t to t.
Weeping Water Wins.
Weeping Wster beat Tecumaeh 8unday,
( to t. In ths opening gams of ths season.
8core, by Innings: R. H. E.
Tecumseh 3!" one, 040 t t I
Weeping Water ...039 Old All 13 1
Batteries: Blakely. Burkhart and Ht.w.
art; Orant and Cradovllle.
'ors Shuts Out Hardy.
Nors. Neb., June 4. (SoeciaLI The to.
cals shut out Hardy 14 to 0 hers 8unday.
eiausen puenra airtignt nan for ths home
team, holding the visitors to six hits.
Score by innings: R. H. K.
Hardy ODD a 009 0 0
Nora SKI 303 16x 14 33
Batteries: Oralsky. Spalding and Was
mlg; Madaea and Arterburn.
Vork Intn Opens.
York, Neb., June . (Special.) The
City league baseball aeason opened here
last Saturday when- the Elks defeated
the Commercials 10 to 7 befors a large
vivnu, ruui mull n, rniricu inq
league this year and ft games are sched
uled. Franklin Wins Game.
Franklin, Neb.. June . (Special.) The
locals beat Holdredge 10 to 0 here Sun
day. Nonty held the vlaitora to two hits
and struck out 21 men.
long pine Wins Came.
Lone Pine. Neb.. June (Mneclal.i
Long Pine defeated Atkinson here Sun.
day, 14 to S. Donavan pitched good ball
tor tne winners allowing but two hlta
and striking out 10 men. Score by in
nings: R. H. E.
Atkinson ..000 201 020 t 3 1
Long Pine .........310 S20 03x 14 12 I
Batteries Snyder . and Ford: Donovan
Rlverton Loeea Contest.
Rlverton. Neb.. June 0. (Hoaclal S
Rlverton lost to Guide Rock hers Sun
day. 12 to 7. In 11 innings. Batteries:
Oulde Rock. Latton and. Dade; Rlverton.
iieon and Biei.
Gladstone Wins, 8-1.
Gladstone. Neb.. June . (Sneclal.l
The locals defeated Alexandria here Sun
day, 3 to 2. Batteries: Gladstone. Ude
and Warman; Alexandria, Edwards and
Friend Whitewashes Wither.
Friend. Neb.. June , 0. (Sneclal V
Friend whitewashed Wllber here Sunday.
13 to ft Batteries: Wllber, Hoffman and
Kibura; Friend, Hathaway and Murphy.
Shelton Wine Clams. '
Shelton, Neb., June t. (Special.)
Shelton defeated Pleasanton here Sunday.
to 1. Tltese two teams were tied for
first place in the Buffalo County league
By GEOBXiE W. SCHILLING.
For .Wedensday's races weather clear track fast.
First Race SVi Furlongs. Four-Year. Olds and Up. Claiming.
Horse. . Jockey. 1
. . .lit
Maud M, ...... J. Allen.,
Virgin ........ Barham
Klmberly B. Scheffel
Our Leader... Menders ...
Blue Jay..i... .
Proapero Baby. Hall
.... "(iomul . . . . . .
.... Lady Jewel. ,
2542 . Acclamation
2537 Homald . ....
2530 . Sovereign II.
. C. Horn.
2300 Ellen. Smyths.
Links Leader. . Xerby
isss Tne cuo 11. . .
2540 'Oklahoma Kid. E. H.
. 'Indicates also eligible.
Second Bare Five and One-half Furl
Ind. Horse. Jockey. Wt.
2523 Tom Craven. ..D. Hum. .103
(1502) Carl Roberts. .. ..i..V.tl9
George James. O. Burlingame. . . 93
(2536) Sunny Ways. . . Scovills ,ln
2534 ; John Spohn. SS
2635 B. A. Jones... M. Richardson. . .13
.... Ben Greenleaf ,'. 38'
.... Ethsl Toth Hall .lftt
Third Race Six Fartongs. FUtiee and
Ind. Horse. ' Jockey. Wt.
2(44 Masel W......B. Scheffsl 107
2532 Miss Meelick.. Mills 10C
2543 Lotta G.... ...M. Richardson. . .101
.... Christie Holter. lot
.... Leap Frog McCorkle 113
.... Ruby Oriole... Shock ley 102
.... Mrs. Hawks tt
Race Furlongs. Ak-Sar-Ben
Ind. Horse. '
2538 Ikey T....
8523 'Sedan.... .
2644 Hasel W..
Irwij entry. ,
1 Jockey ,',.i,,,.Wt
. ..Tullett ...Ill
...P H. Barnes. ...lit
... Singleton .......103
. .. D. Hurn ' ..102
... B. Scheffel 100
Fifth Baca One MUe. Maldetaa. Th
Jim Psrmer. . .
Leenrack. . . . , .
H. Jonea .
J. Carroll ....
D. Hurn . . . .
Bonne t o Blu
-Sixth Knee Mile. Foar-Tsar-OklB (ustl
Ind.' Horse. - Jockey. - .
2S35 Double Eye. 1.. Jonea
Aenie nuwer. singleton
It Old Rose .....
1(24 Money Maker. . Dority
1530 . Brando Varley
2a3f Hand Sweep. .. Rabideau
Hi Lady Eileen... McBride ,
' Snob II, by his impressive winning of the historic Withers recently,
f e ft a :H k:u ft.1 tu. s,-i,.
bred horte ia shown here at he looked at Belmont Park after the race,
with Clarence Kummer up.
Islanders Win From
Beatrice, .7 to 5
Beatrice. Neb.. Juna 4. Grand Island
took the first game of the aeries from
Beatrice today. Beatrice played a loone
game behind McKee. slthough the Bluea
mads four double playa. Speaker hit a
home run over ths fence. Beatrice
scored her four runs In the fifth inning
after two war out.
OBANO ISLAND. ' BEATRICE.
Boben, Sb 3 13 : Piter, zb 4 S t
Krandt. Sb 4 1 1 ilQulnn. m 344
Warattsrr. cf 4 t 1 01 Parker. 3b '" 4 113
PabMllere. If 3 1 01 Dill, of -rf .3010
MeU. u 4 13 IMJImrw. c 3 14 1
Berry, rf 4 13 SlKirrhner. lb 4 13 0
Speaker, e-lb 3 3 1 01 Edwards. If 4 0 0
Roberts, e-lb 4 0 7 Oljohnson. rf-cf 3 14 0
Bbupvs.P 3(1 tl McKee. p 301
i 'Bitten oo rr 1 o o
Totals 83 t tT II
I Totals 31 I 37 13
Batted forSJnhnson in ninth.
Score by innlnta:
Grand Island 30 ISO 3007
Beatrice 100 040 000 t
Summary Runs: Rotten (2). Krsnda.
Warnstaff. Speaker (2), Roberta, Piser,
and a record crowd waa In attendance.
Batteries Shelton: Spencer. Miller and
Klmbrough; Pleasanton: Hoffman and
Chap pell Loses to IedgrpoIe.
Lodgepole. Neb.. June 0. The Lodse-
pole team won from Chaonell. 4 o 2.
Sunday on the tatter's field. .
Loses First Game of Tear,
miiiaro, neo., June . (special. y Ben
nlngtonlojt Its first game of the season
here Sunday when the locals romped
away with a 10 to t victory.
Score by tnnlngs: R. H. E.
Bennington 000 001 130 6 11,4
Millard ...... ..030 010 43x 10 ' 11 ' 4
Batteries: Harris and Peterson; Gottsch
Hooper Bustlers Loee.
TJehllng. Neb.. June .--(8pectel )
The locals delated the Hooper Rustlers
here Sunday, 4 to J.
.Batteries Hooper: Schwab and - Via.
sak; Uehllng: Conners and James.
, Humphrey Beats Madison.
Humphrey, Neb., June! . (Special.)
Humphrey defeateil Madison, t to 2, Sun
day, on ths latter's field, Beneham
pitched good ball for the winners.
Batteries Madison: Wherle, Welbolt
and Alschuler; Humphrey: Beneham aad
Powell Wins. '
Powell, Neb., June s. (Special.)
Powell won from Harbine, 6 to 5. Sunday
on the Jatter'a field.
Batteries Harbine: Knlspel snd Coy
lor; Powell: Knabel snd Hertan. - ,
Folliott Whlffa Thirteen.
St. Edward, Neb., June 6. (Special.)
In an errorlesa game of ball here Sun
day, the locals won from Cedar Rapids,
3 to 1. Folliott, pitching for the locals,
struck' out 13 men. -
Batteries St. Edward: Folliott' and
Fisher; Cedar Rapids: Zoucha and Mlcek.
Bloomfleld, Neb., June . (Special.)
The locals defeated Wausa here Sunday,
11 to 2. Cook, on the mound for the
home team, was In great form and had
the visitors at his mercy throughout the
; - Remarks.'
'Right on edge for winning effort.
Showed promising effort last out.
'Stopped as if short in last race.
Also has good chance to win it.
One which may upset the dope.
Was In trouble other day.
Not been out In a long while.
Best races have. been at route.
An unknown quantity. 1
Worth very little at best.
Might wake up some day In mud.
Almost completely devoid of speea.
Has speed for half then quits.
No line on this creature.
No relation to the Lions cHib.
Comes from the tall uncut.
onga. Three.-1 ear-Olds and Cp. Claiming.
Only needs to be fit to arrive.
If on. edge will be contender.
First start of present meet. Fair. 1
Won in clever fashion on Monday.
Was right there in last start.
With strong rider, might be near. i ,
Fourteen years of age. That's plenty.
Nothing to bs said of. her.
Fast mare which can win here. -
Will help set pace, but may tire. ' "
Some form; has been fslr.
Will close fast. Likes mils or mora
Isn't In the dope hook.
Another absolute stranger. '
Evidently starting tor ths first tims,"
Queen's Plate. Three-Tear-olds and Up.
' Remarks. '
Last race Just what he needed.
Favorite and one to catch.
Might run a corking race here.
Fresh after good race. May go well.
Reported 10 have worked very fait.
Ia atepplng up some in class.
res-Tear-Olds and Up. Claiming.
Haa speed and might last it out.
Was hot favorite last time out.
Made up much ground other day. ;
Could come to life If muddy.
Recent effort very ordinary. '
Thla one will bear watching.
Haa speck of speed. Stops.
Ran fairly well in ths Jungles. -
Wt. Remarks. '4
.110 Last race wss a hummer.
.101 Will improve off Monday'a feet. .
,lt Will help set pace. Better in txir
.11 Went well for half recently.
.11 First out this season. Tab. '
.11 One time was a good horse.
.11 Messed a boat the ether day.
lot Thin as garter snake.
Parker. Dill, Olcason. McKee. Errors:
Kranda, Spesker, Roberts, Psrksr, Glea
son C). Klrchner (2), Edwards. Horns
run: Speaker. Two-has bits: Roben,
Kranda. tlleason. Parker. Three-base
hit: Klrchner. Sacrifice hits: Quinh,
Shuppe. Double plays: Qulnn to Plier,
Plser to Qulnn, Qulnn to Piser to Kirch
ner. Plxer to Qulnn to Klrchner, Roben to
Mats. Wild pitches: McKee, Shuppe.
Struck out: McKee, 4; Shuppe. 4. Bsse
on balls: Off McKee, 5; off 8huppe, 3.
Earned runs: Grand Island, 4; Beatrice,
I. Umpire: Gosxllng.
Lincoln-, 9 to 5
Fairbury, Neb., June 6 Fairbury won
the first ga-ne of the series from Lin
coln rodav by ths score of t to t. Wood
hit a home run in the third with two men
4 12 3
S 12 27 10
81 4 24 SI
Score by innings:
Lincoln "03 100 001 5
Fairbury ...,100 143 Olx t
Summary Runs: Orr, Wcod, Gibson (3).
Conkey, Kooney (3), Cleveland (3), Bliss,
Beichle (2), Woolfolk. Errors: Carr,
Norrls. Williams, Rooney. Home run:
Wood. Three-base hits: Gibson, McDer-
mott, Reich le. Two-hase hits: Gibson,
Conkey, Cleveland, Wtnbush. Sacrifice
hit: Carrlg. Base on balls: Off Norrls,
1: off Williams, 1; off Woolfolk, 3.
Stolen baaea: Wood, Bliss (2). Retchlf.
Goodwin (2). Double playr Orr to McCoy
to conkey. Kuns ana nits: urr norris,
and 10 in 5 Innings; off Williams, 2 snd
2 in 3 innings. Struck out-. By Norrls,
4: by Woolfolk. t. Left on bases: Fair
bury, 7: Lincoln, 3. Passed balls: Conkey
(2). Earned runs: Lincoln, 4; Fairbury,
6.. Umpire: Snyder. Time: 1:45.
Reds Beats Senators
Akron, O., June S. The Cincin
nati Nationals defeated the Wash
ington Americans in an exhibition
game here today by a score of 3 to 1.
"An air more delicious to breathe can
not anywhere be found; it is neither
too sedative nor too exciting, but has
that pure sweet, flexible quality
which seems to support all one's
happiest and healthiest moods, "
wrote Bayard Taylor.
, ' v -7 v ' .. '
A setting for a perfect vacation. A thousand .
varieties of .wild-Sowers from meadow to
snow-line. Mountain and woodland trails
beckon horseback rider and hiker. Trout
filled streams can the angler. Golf, tennis,
dancing. Ranches. Camps. Inns. Lux
urious hotels. ..:'''-. .
By all means Colorado for your vacation. -
See Denver's splendid mountain parks.
Visit Rocky Mountain National (Estes)
Park. Then go on to Salt Lake City and
Yellowstone National Park.
Fares Greatly Reduced '
i ins ssaiy
Write Lst ut tall you how rtasonabljr you can
Vet? ffkee mak th trip "nd wnd you Uluatrattd
y aak for it
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Woodie Montgomery Gallops Off
With Feature Race of Third
Day's Program at Ak Meeting
Carrying 1'- pound, Woodic
Montgomery, second favorite with
the crowd, galloped off with the
sixth and final race of the third day't
program of the Ak-Sar-Beii meeting
yebterday, finishing in front of a field
of five runner. Because of the
tcratchct the field wat cut down,
but despite the small entry list it
wat a fitting climax to a good day't
program of racetv
Woodie won by going to the front
noon after the ttart of the race.
Jockey Singleton and hit mount got
away third, but at the quarter pole
wat three lengths ahead of K. K.
Beal. The ton of l-'irtt Chip didn't
teem to mind hit weight and man
aged to keep in the lead. Whenever
Jockey Singleton urged hit charge
on, Woodie answered with a burst,
of speed that carried him on. Not
with a ruh, but with enough zip to
Out, Barrett in
Round Number 6
Left to Stomach It Anaesthetic
for Pennsylvania Boxer
Bobby on Run in
Philadelphia, Pa., Juno 6. Lew
Tendler of Philadelphia knocked
out Bobby Barrett of Clifton
Heights, Pa., at the Philadelphia
National league baseball park to
night in the sixth round of their
scheduled eight-round fight.'
' The fighters weighed in at ring
side, both tipping the beam at 137 1-2
Herman Taylor.'one of the promo
ters of the show, was chosen to
In the first round, after a cau
tious start, Tendler drove into Bar
rett with a series of swings to the
body, interspered with several sharp
jabs Ao the face. Before the close
of the round, Barrett was' bleeding
from the nose and as the gong
sounded Tendler had his opponent
well on the run. . . ,
Barrett tried his vicious swings in
the second round but Tendler was
too fast for him, Barrett's attempted
blows missing their mark on each
occasion. Tendler did little but jab
Barrett in the face with his right in
In the next two rounds Tendler
forced Barrett to take a lot of pun
ishment. The Philadelphian kept
jabbing with rights, to Barrett's fr,ce
with an occasional slashing uppercut
that had his opponent bleeding free
ly from the nose and mouth when
the third round ended.
Barrett was knocked out in the
sixth round with a left to the
una sastra uaa la sMsa way.
rat. --aninraii'ss HMintaiii uiaaa..
1 aTTOunda"anduRoekr Mountain National
YtUowttOM booklaU sua. tf van
gradually get around the turn. Down
the straight it wat all Woodie Mont
gomery, that horse having the lick
to come on and finish three quartert
of a leiifith in front of Krauklin.
Franklin, an 8 to 1 tbot, left (he
barrier first. Pilot Scoville held hit
mount back in third place until the
stretch when he gave Franklin hit
head and managed to finish tecond.
N. K. Beal ran well in the middle
of the race, but entering the ttretch
tired and dropped from tecond to
Captain Clover, the paddork't
choice, wat alwayt outpaced. The
Captain went to the barrier even
money. Day of Wrath, winner of
the first race opening day, never had
a chance, while Regrcso, who fin
nthed fifth, got away tlowly and
opened with a burst of tpeed in the
finish, beating Day of Wrath out of
Rouz Gets Home Run
With Bases Loaded
Norfolk. Nth. Juna I. Hlttlnf Bfk
for lont blls. (ha Klkhorns beat Hastings
hers Tursdsy afiarnoon by a scors of
t In 4. Hastings bsd a lasd of two runs,
with two out. la Ins third Inning when
Berk allowed a single, psased one, hit
another bsltsr snd filled ths bases. Wst.
tar Rous, then connected for the longest
hit of the aeason for a homer and cleaned
the bases. A triple In ths fourth lied ths
scors and In tna asms frsms Clslrs's
doubla brought In ths winning score.
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Ames, rf t I 1 OlWIuer. !b 10 4 1
Denim, as I I I ll Athertn. as Slit
Jnhnem.rf 4 5 O'Marr, .10 S I
Tomes. 5h ft t J IIRmil. cf 4 110
R'llnstw'th.e 4 I 4 01 Murker, rf 4 t 1 0
Knapp, 11) ' 3 I A Sll'lslr. If 4 11
Baker. If til olHrssrtr. lb 4 0 t
Wlllsts. Ill X I 13 llWrst. e 4 1 II t
Per, p t t 3 3'Mnnre. p 114
Wiulnatoa 1 t 0 01 Protest. t J Jl 1
Totsls . M "t 34 141 Totals 3i t V 11
Batted for Denton In ninth.
Brora bv Innings:
Hast In as 110 son ooo 4
Norfolk 0"4 100 Oflx 5
Summary Runes Benton, Knspp, Bsker,
Willets, Aherton. Marr. Rouz. Clsire,
Moore, K.rs: Benton. Knspp, Atherton.
Home run: Rouz. Threo-bsso hit: Bsker.
Two-base hits: Bturker. Johnson. Amen.
Claire. Base on balls: Off Provost, 3; off
Berk. !. Stolen bsses: West, Johnson,
Tomes, Claire. Double play: Knnpp to
Tomes to Wlltet. Hits: Off Moore. in
S Innings: off Provost. S In t Innings;
off Beck, t. Struck out: By Moore, 1:
by Provost, t; by Berk, 3. Hit by pitched
hall: Knspp, by Moore: Denton, Johnson,
Baker, by Provost: Atherton, by Berk.
Winning pitcher: Moors. Losing pitcher.
Beck. Umpire: 8treet.. Time: 2:00.
Box Fifteen Rounds to Draw
Shreveport, La., June 5. Bobby
Hughes, Shreveport, and '' "Kid"
Pancho of El Paso boxed 15 rounds
to a draw tonight. Pancho scored in
the earlier part of the fight.
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