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THE BEE: OMAHA. THURSDAY. JUNE 8. 1922.
oney Wins Over Fast Field, in Annual Ak-Sar-Ben Queen's Plate
Speedy Son of Dick Finnell Beats
Motor Cop by Good Length in
milt K. A. Jon colon were carried to victory yesterday in the firtt
I big kike race of the terond annual Ak-Sar-Ben meeting, the Alu
Mar-lien Queen'i Plate, when Money, the eight-year-old ton of Dick
KiniKll Metrical, with Jockey E. Barnet in the taddle, galloped under
i he inugmary wire iirtt. Motor top, tne pride oi the U . Irwin liable,
and lite paddock favorite, wat a length and half behind the winner.
I key T of the? Tani O'Shanter establishment, placed third. '
By winning the fourth day't feature race, Meney earned hit owner
91.2W in prue money. Motor Cop, by placing tecond, won $200-ai pune
The Qtifcii't riate. a tut-furlongf1
event, v4 a rare between tne Irwin
ttahle, represented by Motor Cop,
Killc and Sedan, and the combined
R. A. lone, and Tarn O'Shanter
stables, and it required the beit ef'
forli of the latter two stable to
Irat out (lie km m runners.
Ikey T Leads.
' Key T. v.iih H. Tullett in the
s.irtdle, tot kttay first, with Money
Ciond, Rifle third and Motor Cop
fourth. The Cop picked up at the
I'.lf pole and led the field, with Ikey
T a close second. Jockey Barnes
rcrniitted Money to drop back) to
third position, Ikey T showed good
peed atjhe half and was making
Motor Cop extend himself to keep
Money seemed to be taking things
sort of easy until the stretch, .when
Jockey Barnes turned his mount's
ead toward the judges' stand and
with a hurst of speed galloped past
Motor Cop and took the lead, never
to lose it. The Cop was worked
hard before rounding the last turn
for home. - Ikey T gave the Irwin
entry a good race to the three-quarters
globe and as a result the Cop
didn't have the speed to display com
ing down the finish.
' ; . Packed Good Weight
Motor Cop was packing 133 pounds
and tired- under this weight, despite
his game finish. ' Jockey Martinez
ptve the Cop a hard ride down the
finish, but Money had been reserved
for . the last furlong and like the
game little gelding he is, withstood
Rifle and Sedan didn't bother the
winners at any time during the race.
The Irwin entry went to the post
a heavy favorite, due to the fact
that Motor Cop, in spite of his heavy
impost, had won easily in the Lions
club handicap last Monday.
- Money paid his $2 straight backers
$4.90. No place or show bets were
Oklahoma Kid got home first in
the initial race on the-afternoon's
program, beating a field of 11 start
ers. The son of Brigade, -with E.
Barnes in the pilot house, went to
the front at once and held sway
throughout, although pushed hard at
the finish by Our Leader. The lat
ter was a contender from the start
. and made a game finish, losing out
by a head. Maud M. left the bar
rier' in ninth place, but made up
a world of ground and entered the
stretch third and kept that position
iintil the finish.
Long Shot Wins. !
3 The winner - was saddled by C,
Jones and was a 12 to 1 shot. .The
talentwas down on Kimberly, but
the best he eould do was to finish
ixth. Oklahoma Kid paid $27.60
on $2 straight, tickets, while place
tickets were cashed for $9.90: ,
General Roberts son, Carl, the
paddock favorite, ." waited on the
leaders in the second race, a five and
fane-half furlong affair, until he en
tered the . stretch, where he dashed
to the front and won as his rider, H.
John Spohn entered the stretch in
fourth position, but made up ground
coming down the finish and out
stayed Tom Craven for second place.
f Jockeys-Lloyd Mills took Miss
Meelick out to the front at the start
of the third race for six furlongs,
' where she showed the most speed of
... a field of six fillies and mares and
won 'easily. Leap Frog made up
much ground at the one-half and
three-quartert poles and with a
bunch of speed at the finish beat out
Hazel W for second place. v
Hazel W was the paddock's choice
with the winner. Miss Meelick, sec
The fifth race, a mile event for a
purse of $500, went to Leenrack
with Jockey McBride in the saddle.
The winner got away good, but
dropped back, and gradually moving
up, entered the stretch in first po
sition, a length and a half ahead of
San Stefana - Pilot McBride used
the whip coming down the finish
and the son of Wrack finished in
hollow fashion,' five .good lengths
ahead of San Stefano. The latter
raced Lady ,Voltrome into submis-
' sion and then took the lead, but was
, no match for Leenrack when chal
lenged., - v: -:- .vi ' '.
Bonnet o Blue, with little Dave
Hum holding the reins, : raced well
from the 'start and finished third.
The iinal event of the afternoon's
card,' another mile race', went to Old
Rose, an 18-1 shot. I Brando, a 14-1
steed, finished second and Double
Eye, the favorite,: landed in show
money. .The winner paid $38.40 for
straight and $1170: to place. ; Show
tickets were cashed for $5,- '
014 Rose was in the money from
the start. Jockey Barham rode his
mount hard . a half .mile from home
and succeeded in holding Brando afe
at the finish. , r -'.
The jockey honors of' the after
noon belong to t. Karnes, who pilot
t cd two wnners home. In- the first
. race, Barnes managed to ride Okla
homa Kid to victory and. in the
Queen's Plate he brought 'Money
.- home first . r ' " -
The afternoon s races were- inter-
. esting from start to finish arid were
well attended. .
Miss CollettLrads Field
in Eastern Championship
Rye, N. Y., June 71 Mist Glenna
Collett, youthful Providence,, K. l.,
star, leading her nearest opponent by
a margin of cine strokes, apparently
had a clear road to victory today at
the start of the final round of 18
holes' for the women's eastern golf
championship on. tne links ot tne
Wes t chest er-Biltroore Country club.
Miss Collett turned in a card of 80
for the 18 holes yesterday and was
far in the lead with a score of 161.
of the Afternoon
Rairbury Wins Weird
Game From Lincoln
F.irhury. Neb.. Jun. T. Ftlrbury wan
wsird gam from Lincoln today, ta
li. five bom runt featured the gams
end error wer re.poBtlbl for several
IINCOIV. I FAIUCRT
AB.H O.A I ilDOi
Mrt 'or. Ik
113' money, u
t; tickM. ir
i ieteland. lb
i Rrhmerd i, if
4j Wilier. P
II II It 111 Touli
U l IT I
core by lnnln:
l.lnraln 131 201 (
rairbury 700 111 Olx 11
Summary Run.: Wood tl), McCoy. Gib-
ton 411. Carr :, Zlnk.r. Cnnkey. Dooney
(It. McDermott 41). Bliss. Relrhle. Win
bub, Goodwin (3), Schmerde. Wllley. Er
ror.: Orr, Zlnk.r, Doonev (3). Wlnbu.h,
Socimerda. Homo run.: Jlooncy. McDor
mott, Wiley. Wood. Gibson. Three-Bast
hit.: CUvnlifid, Rechlo. Twe-bss hit.:
Heichle. (Inodwln 1. McCarthy. Secrl
flrt hit: BUM. Ban on balls: Off Wil
l.y. I; off Norrlt. 1; off Bsltser. 1. 8toln
bears :Jenney. Orr. Wood, Carr. Double
plays: Beltier to McCoy, Relchle to Wllty
to Goodwin. Runt and hlta: Off Norrla. T
and In 1-1 Innlni: off Beltser. I -and
I In 7 1-1 Innlnes. 8trurk out: : By
Norrla. Ir by Bjeltser. 1: by Wllloy. 1.
Left on bases: Lincoln. 11; Falrbury, t.
Earned run.: Ftlrbury. 11: Lincoln. 4.
Umpire Snyder. Time; t:(t.
Hitting of Parker
Wins for Beatrice
Beetrics. Neb.. Juno 7.-Beetrlce evened
the aeries here today with Orand Inland,
1 to 4. J I (ft. Parker featured In hlttlnc
In four runf for Beatrice. Parker alao
hit a clean home run. Blttendorf kept
hi. hltt well scattered and pitched air
tight In tho pinches..
OBAND IHANO. I
AB.H O.A I
4 3 4 3
Boom. 2h 5 1
Plr. Sb '
arsmls. so 3
01 Dill, cf
3l01eesn. e -nlKln-hner,
4 I 1
4 (I 11
ft 1 1
WsmstarT, rf 4
Palmatlere, If (
Berrr. rf 4
Speaker, e l
Prlcbard. p 4
ii Fin. rr
1 14 "I McOreare. If
1 1 TlBlttandorf. p
Total. M 10 M Ml Total.
30 8 27 1
one out when winning run .cored.
Stcort by Innlnn:
Orand I. land .110 S0 0004
Beatrice 201 100 0016
Summary Rune: Rnben. Palmatlere.
Berry. Roberts. Plrer (!). Parker, det
ain. Blttondorf. Error.: Roben (I). Rob
erta. Plier. Quinn. Gleiaon, Klrchner (2).
Home run: Parker. Three-bate hit: Glet
ton. Sacrifice hlta: Quinn (4). Parker.
Kranda (!!), Speaker, stolen bates: Par
ker, Glea.on. Ba.e on balls: Off Bltten
dorf, 1: off Prtchtrd, S. Struck ont: By
tmtenaorr. z; ny pritcnara. 3. Earned
runt: Beatrice. 3: Grand Ialand. 2. Um
pire: aondlns. Time: 1:30.
Norfolk, 5 to 4
Norfolk, Neb.. June 7. Hattinca de
feated Norfolk here today by a score of
to 4. tnrouirn tno auiatance or two
tad errors by tho Elkhorns and two tin-
tlea by Amen and Denton and a three-
baitsrer by Tomer The Etkhorni hid two
chances to tie the score, but superior
pitching by WlrginKton with' tupport at
ins rigni time, neia tne home guards
.lust one score behind. The. lima was
filled with considerable rat; chewing with
umpire wmtsker from both sides. In the
eighth Manager Marr of the Norfolk team
tnrew oust in tno officials eyes, because
he claimed he wss safe steallnc aernnrt.
Whltaker ruled him out: Score:
HABTINOg. I . JSOBFOMC.
AB.H.O A ! AB.H.O A.
Amen, cf '
4 11 OiWlmar. Sb 4 17 0
3 i ti Atnertnn, h
0 1 UMarr. 3b
1 1 llRnust. cf
1 4 4IStwlfer. rf
0 7 01 Clllre. If
S 1 OiWert. e
1 1 01 Moore, p
Knar. 3b .
Wlllltts. o ,
Wlttlnaton. p 2
Total. . 35. S 17 111
31 S 97 14
Batted for Haggerty in Ith.
Score by Innings:
Hasttngt ,.005 000 000 S
Norfolk .000 310 000 4
Summary Runs: Amen, Denton. John
son, Tomes. Wigglngton, Wlsser, Ather
ton. Rouse. Moore. Errors: Knapp (3),
Wlllltts, Atherton (2). ,Marr, Haggerty.
Three-bsse hit: Tome. Sacrifice hit:
Marr. Bases on balls: Off Moore ir off
Wigglngton. 2. Stolen bases: Amen, West.
uoubio play: Haggerty to Wlsser. Struck
out: By Moore. 2: by Wigglngton, 10. Hi
uv pi-nq oaii; ny Moore, uiaire. fssaea
bsll: WM lefts. Winning pitcher: Wigglng
ton. Umpire: Whitsker. Time: 1:45.
Bugs Grover Effective
Against Packers Batters
St. Joseoh. Mo..' June 7. Burs Grover
proved effective againtt Sioux City , today
ano St. Joseph won. 4 to 1. An error, was
responsible for Sioux City's . only run.
siorx CTTY. t
4 I .1.3l01on. lb
4 O S 0
O 0 dlCorrldm. If
0 1 llrilher, rf
0 13 llRonowtti. cf
0 1 01 Delate. t
0 1- 01 McDonald. Sb
2 3 4lBtereniion. zb
3 4 llOrahwaH. 0
1 llGnrer. p
n n ii ' t
1 Vala . 1 It 51 : X
Total! S3 8 24 171
Batted for Tesar in Ith. - .
Sioux City 000 001 000 1
St. Joseph 010 00(fc21x 4
Summary Runt: Elth, Bonowltz. De
face (S), Grabowtkl. Error: Fisher.
Earned runt: Stoux City, 0; St. Joseph. 4.
Bases on balls: Off Orover. I:' off Tatar,
1. Struck out: By Grover, : by Tesar, S.
Left on bases: Sioux City, 10; St. Joseph,
5. Two-base hits:- Query (2). Bonowitx
(2). Detate. Double play: Tesar to Mela
to Palmer. Sacrifice hits: Mots, McDonald.
Umpires: Anderson and Donthue. Time:
Old Chicago Race
Track Now Cemetery
. Omaha Be Leased Wire.
Chicago,. June 7. The old Worth
race track near ' Palos Park, once
famous when thoroughbreds from all
parts of the land used to gallop, is
to become a "city of the dead.',' The
track was closed by the authorities
14 years ago in the campaign against
gambling that also brought about the
abolition of the famous old Washing
ton park track. Where Washington
park track once flourished there are
now solid rows of anartment houe
churches, theaters, banks and pri
vate nomes. - .
About a year ago Archbishop
Mundelein of the Catholic church of
Chicago, purchased the Worth race
course and two months ago the
work of tinning and draining the
tract: began, - converting it into a
great burial ground. ,
A. . T
I T . f
Bob Le Gendre, the great all-around star of Georeetown college, will
soon forsake the track and his college to appear in the movies. The
above photo shows" Le Gendre making the winning leap at the recent
intercollegiate track and field championships, in the running broad jump
with 23 feet 7 inThes. '
French Government Will Make
Additional Appropriation to
Finance 1924 Olympic Games
Paris, June 7. (By A. P.) Pre
mier Poincare informed the Inter
national Olympic 1 committee today
that the French parliament would
vote immediately an additional 6,000,
000 francs for financing the Olympic
games, this insures definitely the
holding of the 1924 games in Paris.
. Charles H. Sherrlll of New York
was elected today as one of the
American delegates on the commit
tee, succeeding the late Bartow S.
The premier's announcement comes
after some weeks of uncertainty, dur
ing which the relinquishment of the
games to Los Angeles seemed im
minent at times.
The French parliament had signi
fied its intention of voting only 10,-
000,000 francs for the games, whereas
the French Olympic committee de-
ciarea at lease i u,uuu,uuu irancs
would be required. ' .
' Prime Minister Poincare made the
communication regarding the addi
tional appropriation today at the for
eign office, where he received the
members of the international . com
mittee before the opening of its ses
sion. He indicated that the parlia
mentary leaders were ready to take
prompt action and that thevamount
Wichita Divides Double
With Des Moines Boosters
Wichita. Kan.. Juno 7. Wichita divided
a double-header with Det Moinet today
by taking the second game in 7 innings,
4 to 1. The first game was an exciting
battle which went It Innings before the
Boosters found -Beebe for four runs.
Score, first game:
DES MOINES. I
4 1 S 4
Smith, cf .14 4
Bercer, aa S 2 3
Waahbum, 3b 4 1 S
Eaat. rf Oil
Blakealsr. If Oil
4 10 1
31 Haley, e 3 0 8
OlMcDowell. lb 5 2 10
0 , 4 OIGrlMn, 8b 4 10
0 0 II Maun, p 2 10
McLauihltn.P 2 0 1
3 Sellers, p -210
-M Beebe. o 0 0 0
43 14 33 131 'Oratory 110
"States' 10 0
t I- Totals 42 IS 33 11
Hit for Sellers In Sth.
Hit for Beebe in 11th.
Score ba innings:
Des Moirits 100 240 001 0413
Wichita 301 101 oo o
Summarjf Runs: Gorman (2), Wsgner
1). Koran (31. Graham (3); Milan. Tur-
geon, 8mith (2). Berger, Washburn. Haley,
McDowell. Griffin (2). Errors: Wagner,
Tuna. Berger, 8ellars. . Sacrifice hits: Ban
ner, Wagnor, Haley (3), Washburn, Berg
or. Earned runs: Wichita, 7; Des Moines,
12.. Two-bsse hits: McDowell, Moran,
Graham. Homo run: Wagner. Stolen base:
Gorman. Runs snd hits: Off Maun. 7 and
8 in 4 2-3 Innings: on seuars. 2 ana i in
4 1-8 innings: off Beebe, 4 and 4 in 2
innings: off Cullop, 6 and I In S Innings;
off McLaughlin. 2 and In Innings.
Double dIrvs: Gorman to Graham. Mc
Laughlin to Turgeon, Smith to Washburn.
Struck out: By Cullop, l: by MCLaugnun,
1: by Sellers. 5: by Beebe. 1. Bases on
balls-. Off Cullop, 4; off Maun, 1; off
Sellars, 6; off McLaughlin, 3. Left on
bases: Wichita, 14: Des Moines, 8. Hit
by pitcher: By Cullop. Griffin: by Bel
lart. Yuna: by McLaughlin, Wathburn.
Umpires: Holmes and Ormsby. Time: 8:40.
Score, second game:
PES MOINES. I WICHITA.
AB.H.O. A. I A&H.O.A.
Gorman. 5b 3 3 1 21 Smith, cf 4 1 0
Wagner. 3b 8 0 0 31 Berser. .3114
Horte.lt 3 1 S 01 Waahbum. 2b 2 0 3 4
Graham, lb 8 0S 01 East, rf SHI
Milan, cf 8 18 OIRlakeeley, IT., 3 3 3 0
Turseon. n 3 0 1 01 Haley, e 3 1 S 0
Tuna, rf 3 0 0 01 McDowell, lb 3 0 10 0
Breen.o 3 1 4 liorirrm. 3 3 o f i
Lynch, p J 0 0 HMeDonnell, p 2 0 0 1
Total. 27 5 18 SI Total. 34 S 31 10
Score by innings:
Des Moinet ..! 000 01
Wichita 301 000 x 4
8ummary Runt: Horan, Smith. Blakes-
ley (2), Berger. Errors: Turgeon, Mc
Dowell. Griffin. Sacrifice hit: Esst. Two
base hits: ; Berger, Haley.- Home runs:
Horan. Blakesley. Stolen base: Griffin.
Double play: Berger to Washburn to
McDoweH. Struck out: By McDonnell.
hv Lvnch. 4. Bases on balls:
Lynch, 4. Left on bases: Wichita. S; Des
Moines, 4. Earned runs: Des Moines. 1:
Wlchits. 4. Umpires: Holmes and Orms
by.. Time: 1:0S. .- . At -
Safe or Out
Q. Shortstop makes a fine throw to
first base and the batter would have been
out tf the first bsseman had not dropped
the ball. Does the shortstop receive credit
for an assist on a play like that?
A. lea. Always give tne iieraer who
akea a nlas that wemld hare resulted
m putout if the last sua to handle the
hall had handled It ttctisWj.
. Q. Three runners are on oases. Bat
ter is struck out but the catcher dropt
the third strike. - The ball rolls away
from him. Can the runners advance or
must they hold their bssesT
A. Tne runners nay aosance as mear
r risk aa ther wold en aov vlay la
the field which gars them that privilege.
Q. One la out. Runners are on nrsi
and thin). A long fly is batted te tne
outfield. The runner on third scores after
the catch. The runner en first It put
out but. not until alter tne run scores.
Docs the run count?
o If the Ditcher throws the ball and
it hits the batter and bounds from his
body and hits tne oat una teui or
does he take his base?
A. If It first hlta the batter and set
hie hat the batter ie arlTileged ta ga te
ret tunas. Bit by a ptteaea nau.
- q. can a manager ptay on me ivjbi
Mr must he sit on the bench ?
A. The saaaatrer saay play If he wishes
'te ee se,
for the Movies
probably would be voted before the
end of the week.
The first business of the committee,
which met under the presidency of
Baron Pierre De Coubertin, was to
elect Mr. Sherrill to succeed the late
Judge VVeeks. Thus two Americans,
W. M. Garland of Los Angeles and
Mr. Sherrill, now represent the
United States here, only Prof. Wil
liam M. Sloane of Princeton being
Mr. Sherrill read a telegram from
Frederick Rubien, secretary of the
American Olympic committee, sug
gesting that the international com
mittee take action respecting the use
of the words "Olympic games,"
which, he declared, should be re
stricted to the games organized by
the international body, held every
The committee took immediate ac
tion on this subject, putting itself on
record by a vote as favorable to the
American idea. It will request the
co-operation of all its members to
see that the title in question be re
stricted to the quadrennial.
South High Wins
Over Neok 5 to 2
Neola. Ia., June 7. (Special Tele
gram. Coach Tatton's South High
school baseball team of Omaha, de
feated the local High school club
here yesterday by the score of S to 2.
It was the second defeat handed
the Neola high this Reason.
Neola claims the western cham
pionship of Iowa and has lost but
one game to an Iowa team, that be
ing to Council Bluffs.
Gernandt of South, pitcher, struck
out seven batters and allowed only
two base on balls.
The winners scored three runs
in the first and two in the second.
Neola scored its two tallies in the
North Nebraska Editors
Will Meet at Norfolk
Norfolk, Neb., June 7. (Special
Telegram.) The North Nebraska
Editorial association will convene
here Friday. Dr. Palmer is the prin
cipal speaker. The meeting is the
regular summer gathering at which
about half a hunderd editors will as
semble. ,. ' ' ,
Wins Game. - -
Earllng. Ia.', June 7. (Special.) In the
Shelby-HarriBon league laat Sunday.
Esrling won from Harlan, S to 4; De
fiance beat Persia, 5 to 4 and Portsmouth
won from Panama, S to 2.
. Bodge Team Loeea.
Wlsner, Neb., June 7. (Special.) Wie
ner shut out Joe Stecher's fast Dodge ag
gregation here Sunday, I to 0. Other,
games In the Corn Belt league were Sny
ger 12, Beemer 0, and Howella 11, West
Beat McCook. "
Indianolt, Neb.. June 7. (Special.)
Indianola won from McCook Sunday, 12
May wood Wins Gam. .
Maywood, Neb., June 7. (Special.) In
a slow game here Sunday the locale won
fiom Gothenburg. 8 to 7. Gothenburg
secured 14 hits off Artley while the home
boys nicked; Taylor for 18 safeties. A
perfect peg to home by Newell in center
field far Maywood. .waa the feature of
the game. Score by innings: K. H. E.
Gothenburg 002 100 130 7 14 8
Maywood 004 001 12x 8 13 3
Batteries Taylor and Hamburg; Artley
and Dick Bates.
Leigh Beats Schuyler.
Leigh, Neb.. June 7. (Special.) Leigh
won from the Schuyler Puritans Sunday,
4 to 2. on the letters' grounds. Batteries:
Leigh, Hogert and Fowler; ' Schuyler.
Varejka and Burns.
Dunlap. Ta.. June 7. (Special.) The
fast V. P. Shop team met its first defeat
of the season here .Sunday when the
locals romped away with a 11 to 4 vic
tory. Score by innings: R. H. E.
U. P. Shops 000 000 040 4 4 S
Dunlap 361 200 Olx 12 13 2
Batteries McDermott and Lypke; Roth
and Jackson. -
Dunlap has a few open dates and would
like to book games with any fast Iowa
teams. Address, H. . C. Bates, manager.
Gllead Beats Branlng.
Gilesd. Neb.. June 7. (Special.) The
locale defeated Bruning here Sunday, T
to 2. Helvey pitched good ball for the
winners, striking out nlns men. Batteries
Gllead. Helvey. and Huss: Bruning,
Park and Carter.
Corning Wins Game.
Shenandoah, la.. June ,. (Special.)--Coming.
championa of touthwestern Iowa,
last year, defeated the locals Sunday. 10
to 1. The Champs found Doyle for 14
hits, while Lefty Denials held the locals
to six safeties.
, "r-'tw r.- .X 4 : i li I t "
1 . I . ' JT
Appears in Role
of "Iron Man"
Tulia Hurler! Beats Buffaloes
in First Game, but Lose
Second by 1 to S
Tulsa, OH. June 7. George
Boehler appeared in the role of
"Iron Man" for Tulsa in today's
double-header with Omaha and per
mitted a pair of ' earned runs for
the afternoon. Tnlsa won the first
game, 8 to 1. but. errors permitted
Omaha to take the second, 5 to 1,
ooehlera own wild throw letting- in
three runs and McGinnis' bad peg
anotner. four umaha double plays
cut down several Tulsa rallies in the
second game. Tipple allowed the
Oilers but five hits in the second,
filslSNse. Sb a a I
aedeeor. lb 4 1
(jrirrin, rf t e i
Maairab. cl a I 1
Grantham. Sb a S
Wlleox. se a I S I
OToaaer, rf .... ease
nareh, a ...a tee
vt uner. a ...
Ohrle. a ....
Dar rough, p
l e e e t 1
i t e t e
, is" "I "s iT is T
I 1 1
4 a a l a e
, t l l t
, 4 1 i l
t i l e
4 e l e
4 l e i e
a l l a
4 l t e t e
Bennett, If .
Stuart, Sb ..
Davis, rf ...
IllTelt, lb .
laanb. ef ...
Crosby, e ...
Boehler, p ..
..11 HI 91
boots ay innings i .
age Ml OM 1
Tola. ise Ml Six a
Hsutunary Two. base hltsi Imb, Dar
raign. Home runs: (itaart, Boehler, Lamb.
Sacrifice liltti Lamb, WUcox. Earned
runs! Omaha, 1 1 Tulsa, 7. Left an bases:
Omaha. It Tulsa, IS. Basea aa balls i Off
Boehler. 8 off Okrle. Si off Darreugh, S.
Struck eutt By Boehler. S; by Okrle, It
by Darrougb, 3. Wild pitch Oarle. Fasaed
ball i Crosby. Double playt Bennett-Crosby.
Ruaa and hits: Off Okrle. 4 and a la
t Innings. Time) 1:48. I'mplreti Brows
AB B H TO A K
Bnedecor, lb ....
Grantham, lb ...
.a e i s a e
O'Connor, rf ...
Tipple, p .......
IS 6 10 11 t I
s a l l
4 l l o
a i l l o
4 t l a
.:; a e t i i
a a l
- s o o a i
i e o
Bennett, tf ..
fi.art. sh ...
Davis, rf ...
Lamb, cr ....
Lellrelt. lb .
Crosby, e ...
stAsWjir. n . .
Totals 1 "
sBatted far Boehler In Sth.
mm hv innings t
Tula . e . . .000 000 OOl I
fttimmfarv Tw-trUM hlta: Oruitnm
j.T . J SB.I h.t Wilms.
f t DBBWICUrt EFaxes tttv7 " -T " ,
J v. .! -etna nsASSfthsv. It TolM.
0. Left aa bases: Omaha, i : Tulsa, a.
Baeee on belle: Off Tipple, 1. Strnck out
By Boehler, K by Tipple, 4. WUd pitch:
Boehler. Tipple. Bane and hits: Off Tlp-
le, 1 and S In 8 S-l Inning. Pasted balla:
Cilder, Crosby. Double plays: GltJaeon-vVHcox-Snedecor.
Time: 1:4S. Umpire: McGloom and
Indians, and Bears
Oklahoma, City. June 7. Oklahoma City
and Denver split a pair of wild, garnet
here this afternoon In which- IT- errore
played a prominent part in the tcoring.
Denver took the first. 18 to , and Okla
homa the tecond, 10 to I. Score, tecond
- oabAnvaia, irn.
3 8 12
4 3 2 0
4 1 2 5
T. Long, cf
4 3 10
4 2 0 0
Mlddleton, If 4 110
Bates, lb I III
Patterson, 3b 1 0 0 1
SUianler. 3b 3 2 2 1
4 0 3 0
5 J) 3 1
O i I
4 0 0 3
3 V S
3 1 0 0
C'twrltht. lb . 6 0 11 0
Bprsnser. fa l i a
2 10 4
0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0
Totals 3J 11 27 1
Tnln . 84 12 24 141
Batted for Sherman III Ith.
Score by Innings: AA .
Denver , ...20J 030 002 S
Oklahoma City .-r. . .010 106 201 10
Summary Runs: . Gomes . (3), Wright
(3). T. Long, O'Brien, Wetzel, Pitt (2).
Massey, Middleton, Mann. Tate (2). Long.
Sherman (2). Errors: Dodson, Bhanley (2),
Parker (2), Salisbury (2). Two-base hits:
Wright, Long. Thrse-base hit: O'Brien.
Sacrifice hits: Wright (2), Shanley, Pitt.
Stolen bases: Wright, T. Long, O'Brien,
Spranger. Earned runs: Denver, 8: Okla
homa City, 8. Bases on bslls:- Off Dod
son, 8; off Sherman, 1; off Wetsel, 7:
off McElree, 1; off Salisbury, 1. Struck
out: By Dodson, 2; by 8herman, 2; by
Salisbury, 2. Hit by pitched ball: By
Wetsel, Bates. Wild pitches: Wetxel, Sal
isbury (2). - Double plays: Patterson to
Cartwright to Psrker. Shanley (unssslst
ed). Left on bases: Denver. ; Oklahoma
City, 12. Umpires: Fitzpatrick and Burn
.side. Time: 2:00.
Score, first game:
DENVER. t OKLAHOMA CITY.
Gomes. If 8 10 Olrltt, rf 4 110
Wrttht, 3b 8 3 8 5 1 Manner. 3b 5 114
Shanley. cf 8 3 8 OlMiddleton. If I t II I
O'Brien, rf 3 1 0 01 Bates, lb 4 2 10 3
Pstterson. 3b 8-3 3 OlOtntlardl. cf 4 13 0
C'twrtcht. lb 4 3 OlMann. u 5 S 3 2
Spranger, u 5 12
5 3 4 1
5 3 4 m rate, 30
S 1 3 8
1 0 1 11
3 10 0
Corelnklt, p 3 0 10
1 0 0 0
41 13 37 18
43 18 27 151
Batted for Coveleskie In ltd.
Score by innings:
Denver .3t8 300 800 18
Oklahoma City 003 002 001 S
8ummary Runt: Gomet (2), Wright,
Shanley (2), O'Brien (2). Patterton (4).
Cartwright. Spranger' (2). Spencer (2).
Pitt. Maasey, Mlddleton, Bates (2), Gin
lard I. Errors: Wright, Spranger (2), Maa
sey (2). Bstes. Olttglardi, Mann (2),
Long. Earned runs: Denver, 8; Oklahoma
City, S. Two-bsse hits: Shanley, Patter
son, Cartwright (2). Spencer (2), Massey.
Mann, Long. Three-base hit: O'Brien.
Home run: Glnglsrdi. Baaes on balls: Off
Hall. 1: off Blunk, 3; off Allen, 3: off
Coveleskie. 2. Struck out: By Coveleskie.
1; by Hsll. 1: by Blunk, 1. Hit by pitched
ball: By Blunk. Fisher. Double plays:
Mann to Massey to Bstes, Shanger to
Wright to Cartwright. Tate to Spranger
to Cartwright. Left on bases: Denver. 8:
Oklahoma City, 10. Umpires: Burnslde
and Fitzpatrick. Time: 2:06.
Today in Ring History
Twenty-Six Tear Age.
Joe Gane knocked out Jimmy Wat
ton. Peterson. N. J., nine rounds.
Twenty-Three Tear Ago.
Terry McGovern knocked out Billy Bar
rett. New Tork. 10 rounds.
Seventeen Year Ago.
Aurelio Herrera sgalnst Charles Neary,
draw. Grand Raplda. Mich.. 10 rounds.
Kleven Team Age.
Jesa Wlllsrd knocked out Bill Shil
Ur, Oklahoma City, four rounds.
Serea Tears Ago.
Rocky Kansas sgsinst Frenkey Dailey,
no decision, Erie, Pa.. 10 rounds.
Six Years Ago.
Freddie Welsh won from Tommy Love,
Washington, 10 rounds.
FIT Tear Ag.
George Chip against Knockout Brawn,
no decision, Racine, Wit., II rounds.
. L htl W. I. Prt
at. Jesar 31 II ,11 OaaS. 24 ,441
Sieui niy rf 34 .aie 0U4. City U 1 .111
Mvau M j( , (, It etas, rt .411
Tula 34 M .SM.Psaeer II S4 .Ml
Itslerdae Bee ulla.
Tsnsa, l-li Omaha. I S,
Iieaver. 14-1; Oklahoma City. S-l.
Us Mslnat, IM Wlrhiu, .,
Si, Joseph, 4; Pious city. I,
Omaha at Talaa.
Ies Moines at Wichil
aioux Cily (t at. Joseph.
Denver si Oklahoma Ciiy.
NEBRASKA STATIC UAOtE,
w, I. rrt I w. L M.
Lincoln II 8 ,.aJ B.,,, . ,, ,, t-vl(,
Falrbury 14 It .Jl' Nnrtula j 11 .1:1
HaatWH 14 I .SeslUr d Isles! f
Hastings. I: Norfolk, 4.
Kalrhury, 11; Lincoln. S.
Ueatrlce, I; Grand Island, 4.
Healings at Norfolk.
Grand Ialand at Beatrice.
Lincoln ti rairbury.
NATIONAL LEAbl E.
w. u p.t i
New Toes :t it .soalClnrlsntU
rutelturih 38 If .l5irhiraso
St. Lou La - 11 .lll.au.
W. 1, Prt.
31 31 .tOO
SI SI .4.7
3 31 .411
Braoklja 31 31 .500 1'bii.delptla IS 17 !ur
Nsw Tork. I; Chicago, 4. '
Boston, I; St. lxuit. 3, '
t'lnclnnttl, ; Brooklyn. .
Pittsburgh, I; Philadelphia, I.
Sr. Leult tt Boston,
ritlaburgh at Pblladelpb.lt.
Cincinnati tt Brooklyn.
Chicago tt New Tork.
n 1 n. 1
Ktw Tork if .MiTroit si M Alii
At. Iamib ri it ail !ra..i..it.,. Ti ll ...
WsablngVo. 35 31 jm'iSS It 31 .438
Clerelsad 34 Z .4MIChlraao ID 39 ,m
New Tork. ; Chicago, T.
Washington. : Cleveland. I.
Detroit, ; Philadelphia. 3.
Boston, 7; St. Louis. 1,
Boston at St. Louis.
New Tork at Chicago.
Washington at Cleveland. .
Philadelphia at Detroit.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. "
a w a n. 1 .
UmneanAli. 'il l . -J '. '
Indianapolis 18 !17ILouIbtIIIs 21 38 '430
ff;. P'.u 1 :I ' s"7r."aaa City 30 31 .393
Milwaukee 38 23 .5801 Toledo 13 31 -81
Columbus, I; Louisville, 1.
Indlsnspollt, 4; Toledo, 1. '
Milwaukee, 8; St. Paul, S.
Mlnnespolla-Kansaa City, wet grounds.
Toledo it Indianapolis.
Columbus at Louisville.
Mlnnespolls at Kantss City.
St. Paul at Milwaukee.
Mem n M. 1- V . w n.i .. ... - .
. -. . - - vi miiA v. oeconu
gtme, Memphis. 3; New Orletns, 1.
uaanvme. s; AtlSntS, 4.
Little Rock, 4: Mobile, I.
Chsttanooca: 1: nirmin.hin,
sixth, rain). 1 v""
American Association. ''
T.OI,(avilla V T....A - n
Columbus !.....' t' is i
Louisville 3 10 3
Batteries: Sandera and Hartley ; Koob,
Cullp. King and Meyer.
Indlanannlls .in.. 9 ...
, ' . " XI. XT. JC.
Toledo ....i . .
Indianapoli 4 ,j 1
Bstteriea; neriienf mnA VL . r. .
Kansas city. June 7. -Mlnneanolla-fransMa
ni. Mn.tKHH.a. .
' , c
Milwaukee, June 7. ' R. H E
St. Paul 5 a ,
Milwaukee 8 13 4
Batterieaf Ttnaava T. . eu.k.-
n . . wi,.i.u, UIICCIl.l
and Gonzales; Gearln and Myatt.
ltA national Institution
o SATURDAY o
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IStk and Douglas Street
Earl Caddock Will
Meet Lewis Tonight
Boston. Mass.. June 7. "Str.n
tier" Ed Lewis, world's heavyweight
wrestling champion, and arl Cad-
dock, former titlehoiuer, are nt lor
their bout here tonight. They will
wrestle best two falls out of three,
catch-as-catch-can, pin falls only to
count, and American rules to govern
O Are thsr any condition under
huh pltyer Is uermltltd to tee hi
kail tin anea laav-lli Ln laar
A. la mnlfb pla, no. ahe
so-eolird Inter rale are antharlted by
aula. I aaaaial olsv a Bluer may
lift a ball from aa usnlaysble le and le
tl keck of IK tpat wn a penally iss
t n recent tnai.h my ball landed
to the right of lb fairuty in a inn
airetch of ground lhat had keen plowed
i.n hp Iha nupwaa nf ehinflllS the lay-
out of Ihe hole. It so happened that I
rouldn t drop back of the sioi wnnoui
eoiiie lot vsrda or mors. What was I
entitled to do under the rlrmumetenrrs?
A. Ye-a had Ihe tight to drop the ball
In I be falraey ns near ea passiM to where
It aaa found, but not nearer the bole.
The rules doa't require lhat you beep Ih
point whore the bell enl-ed ground under
repair la lino with the bole wbea lifting
nd dropping from such ground.
U. Pleas tell me what Is msant by aa
"taglt" in golf?
A. A alaier le aald la ace re aa "eagle"
wbea he makee a hole la two strobe lee
lhaa par for Ih hole.
U Maa anv American olsver ever won
Ih Vrenrh smsteur rhsmplonshlpT If
ao who wss he and when did he win?
A. Both Chirk P.. ens and Franel
Oulmet her won the rrenrh amateurj
rhamplonen.v. Krant aefeatea onn u.
Anderson In the flnnl In 1911. and Oulmet
defeated Henry J. Topping In the final
Cj. Is there any penally for lifting a
hall from casual water In s ssnd trso?
A. Yes, on stroke la both medal aad
Tlvree Dayt OrOy
A lively "
Aft Av.rt nc
up X burg.
ef troiibtefor I
do some hmghr
in4 at tiieiiu
Jrom Coast to Coast'f
of the Town."
Harry H. Abbott, Mgr.
Golf IsXCtS 1
(L 1 w rt everybody
la aa Outdoor Clattl
North t Rio Grande
The most beautiful and tr.
little Ktalc svsr screened.
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June Jubilee Dill
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v Saturday Matinee
THEODORE KOSLOFF and
Dances Thrilla Romance
in "Poor Boy"
A comedy with a hundred !a,'Jht
' - ALL WEEK
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A Riot of Laughter
Matt. Tues.-Thu.-Sat., 28-SSe
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LAST TIMES TOMORROW
Stewart Edward White's
"THE GRAY DAWN"
STARTS SATURDAY v
'The Deuce of Spades"
'wo shows it.om,
Cool at the Seashore
"Too Much Wife"
in the Dance Palace
and Dancing Party
Native Songs, Dances,
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THEY ALL SAY THE
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complete luncheon and so mack ( It
rOOda DNMCIi .
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our way of getting acquainted erith
you, and accustom yea ta our Care
end Cafeteria. j .
Just bear ae fa Bind when yea
ant steak, chicken chop dinner.
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