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Three Home Runs
Bigbte, Tirnfy an! Goorh
Find Opposing Pitcher for
"ircuit Clout and
Philadelphia. June 7. Three of
Pttihitrgh :, hit off I.re
Meadow t today were hon'e runt.
dnvM by Bigbee. Tirraey and
t.ooh, which were mfficient to five
the Pirate S to V victory over
Philadelphia. Morrison ht'd the
!oal to tlx tca'tered hit.
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lunmii-Ban Carey Bgt.. Tor- '
nr UKh errors Tserriey, FarkinsCB. 1
Flaiebsr. Tws-Bsse kit. Tl.rn . Horn .
runs Bigbee T erney. Stnlea
baa. Car-r atarnf.ee bit: Tiray. Mir. i
riHB. Doukl pier" Meranvilt to
ilnm, Traynoe to Terney to Or-mm.
l'irk:uii Flerrber to Leslie. Left aa
leee: Pit'ariurgh ?' Fhltaletph:e. 4
Weee oa balla. Off Mea4ws. nee, off .
Welner, 1; off xlnrrtaon. I. sit ruck out. I
K Morrison. I: br Meaqiwe. 4 Hue:
iff Hhoi. I In I lontagei off Weinert. '
I in I lon nj Wiia pitches Morrison.
Wotoort. Tim; I 41.
Reds Drive Dodgers Hurler
From Mound in Fifth Frame
Brooklyn. June T Cincinnati knorket j
Viv out of tb. bos today one beat j
Broeblya In (ho first iiim of the enee i
tr to t Tha Reds hunrhed four hue. I
two stasia and two aicRliri with two ,
errors for four runs in tka fourth inning ,
and wka tbo flrat two man singled in i
tba fifth Venro lava way to Smith, who i
ailowod but eao ran.
ajfcmATr. i bbooklti i
AB KOI ' AH H O A I
rcms. rr list Miss, -n 431
iwviwn. rb t a u .'nuuun. a 41s
rnuwaa. If I t (I B Grimih. it I I !
Hirtr. rf 4 110 trw. If 4 11
veirso. r .111 I Mrrn. rf 4 14
Bobac 4 J 4 ft-bmudt. lb IB
areacy. as 4 1 S 4 Wart, as ill
rtsetll. 3b 3 1 J 4 -Jumi. ss 1
Logos, p 4 I IMurrr. a 4 14
Vance, n 1 V
Total W 11 r U Omitk p 111
t Total M T8U
Rattad for Wirt In arvanih.
Battrd fnr Srhmandt In ninth.
Batted for Smith IB alnth.
Srora hy Innlnfa:
Onrlnnatl M 411 ) I
Brooklyn 40 0 eoo 1
Brora br lnntnr Runt-. Burns !.
Tanbrrt. Wlnfo, Bonn. Plnalll. Hih.
Johnaton. Errora: Cavrarr, Pinaitl.
Johnaton. Myrra. Ward. Smith. Two-baaa
hta: Pucan. Bohnr and Drharry Stolan
haara: Burna. Plnrill. facrlflr bita: Pau
bart 111. Carrnar Doubia plar: Ward
ta Johnaton to Srrrmandt. Lrft on baaea:
Clnrianatl. 19 Brooklrn. 7. - Baae on
balla: Off Vanes. 1; aff Smith. . Struck
out: By Vanca. 4; by Luqur. J. Hita:
Off Vanra. T In 4 Innima nona out In
fifth): off Smith 4 In a lnnlna. Wild I
nitcb: Vano. Loainr pitrhrr: Vanca. !
Umrrea: O'Dir and Hart. Tim: 1:4. '
Braves Defeat Cardinals
Seventh Time This Season j
Boaton. Juno 7. Boaton won Ita aixth.
atraivht nm todav and drfratad St.
Zott'a for the seventh auccaaalvo tlm. S
to I. Gowdy htttlnt And tho fielding
of Minn and Kord contributed lartrely to
tha reault -
ST. LOt 1.
0 1 SlNTioo. ef
imirtaMnb y. If
1 Nkbolaoo. rt
t B;keL lb
li Hoika. lb
S Ford. H
2 G.dT. e
1 Miller, p
37 t 17 U
Totala it 7 H 141 ,
. 'Batted for Pertica In eighth.
' "Ran for Shotton In elf htb,
" Score by innmji:
St. Louis 010 000 nl S
Boaton 00t 321 COx 6
Summary Runs: SlcHenry (2. Bar
bara, Chnaienbury 1), Ford, Gowdy. Er
rors: Stork. Nicholson- Two-baaa hit:
McHenry. Tbree-baee hits: Whxiatenbury.
Nixon. Sacrifice hita: Stock. Nicholson.
Miller. Double play; Lavan to Hornsby
to FVturster. Lett on bases: St.- Louta. i;
Boaton. t Base On bads: Oft Pertica.
:. Struck out: By Pertica. 2; by Miller.
:. Hita: Off Ptrtita. I 10 T innms: otr
B&rfoot, Bone in 1 inning. Loaing pitcher:
Pertica. Umplree: McCormck and Sen
telle. Time: 1:37. .
Giants Outslug Chicago
in Game of Many Pitchers
New Tork, Jans T. New York raised
its 1921 pennant today and then out
aluGied Chicago In a gams of many
pitchers, B to 4. The Giants scored five
runa in tha firat after two were out.
Kelly cleaning the bases with a double.
Umpire Moran put all the extra Chicago j
players off the bench in tha second in- j
CHICAGO t NEW TOEK
3 3 10: Bancroft, ss 4347
4 13 4 Knack, rb 4 17 3
2 11 liroh. 3h 3 3 12
5 3 IS 1 Miwl. If 4 13
lilt Youni. rf 111
4 0 : Kelly, lb 5 1
: 1 1 I Sianrel. rf 12 3
lirttnr.iiik'si.cf 3 11
0 s Bnvfler. c. 5 a
B 4i Douxias, p 1
1 Sbra. p
0 "Rnbertaon 1
0 4 Hyan. 9 3 0 0 9
Totsls 34 11 34 lit Totala 3 18 27 14
"Batted for Jonee In eighth.
Batted for Shea in third.
Score by innings:
Chicago 13 4
Nw Tork 03 10 S
Summary Runs: Ststx. Hcrtiocher
Krug. Grimes. Bancroft, Frisch (2). Groh.
Meusel. Young. Kelly. Stengel. Snyder.
Errors: Holiocher. Bancroft (2). Two
base hits: Holiocher. Barber. Young. Bsn
croft. Groh. Three-bass hits: Stengel.
Krug. Homo run: Snyder. Stolen base:
Frisch. Sacrifice hits: Krug, Terry.
Double playe: Bancroft to Kelly. Bancroft
to Fnrrh. Terry to Grimes. Grimes (un
assisted). Left on bases: New York. 11;
Chiraeo. 11- Bsse on balls: Off Douglas.
1; off Shea. 1; off Byan. 4: off Cheeves, '
2: off Osborne. 1. Struck out: By Os- 1
borne. 2; by Jones. 1: by Ksufman. 1;
by Ryan. 1. Hits: Off Douglas. 5 in
2 1-3 innings: off Shea. 1 in n-3 Inning;
off Ryan. i Innincs: off Cheevee.
3 In 1-3 nnngs: off Osborne. 1 4 3-3
Innings; off Jones. 3 In 1 2-3 innings; off
Kaufman, 3 In 1 inning. Bsik: Osborne,
winning pitcher: Ryaa, Loeig pitcher:
Cheevea. Umpres: Moras and Quigley.
Centre College Player to
Coach Ohio Football Team
Gambier, June 7. Paul King
sf Dallas, prominent as a former
member of the famous Centre college
football team, has been signed to
coach the Kenyon college football
eleven in 1922 and 1923, it was an
nounced here last night Last year
King was assistant to Coach Moran
Gardini Beats SanteL
San Francisco, June 7. Renato
Gardini, Italian heavyweight wrest
ling champion, won the decision from
Ad San tel. world's light-heavwweight
champion, in a two-boor dicision
match here last night Gardini won
the only fall of the match in an hour
and! 42 minutes on a Deadlock. He
was the aggressor throughout.
Omaha Bee Racing Chart
OAlLV -tlBUvi BAC1NC JOSH CWAJU
Caaaauaal kir Oaaga Mr, Stktltiagi
Praaiatdi laa. liartui L. Saikaaaaa. Btarta,. A. MiKaiikt.
OMAHA. MS. Vaai.r, Jaaw 1, 121 fatk say. avaaaMr saasiaB.
vVCAr.tU CLZAB. TRACK FAIT.
It riBJT HACI fl.s saw eaa-kalf fwlsaga. Pa'aa tQO. a4 kakst
i- ta Maaw, HOi aataaa. 70i I aw a. 140 f sr-raar-aiata aastt B4. Ciatai.
4a H-r.s sa4 Owaae Wt. Hi
Site utaaa Kia " Jaaeailll J
tii Our LaataT II iWakfall
till ktauaa M iMmaai ! t
34l Mar. Tiiakaaaa II Ma)lll II
U avar.aa 24 t Uaa. S i HI I
Ii4ikiaifcwriy iatillsan III
1124 Cub 24 IAaaa.r III 4
:lt Meia!4 (Cowferi la 1
3II Elm smrtb iC Irwtal ! :
;i41 Proaperst Baby II iLrllle 4
;4 Blue Jay 1.' iMre Kiral III I
LkU s Uaaar t (OtaarlHI II
At aaat I bvb Off Bl tK Tiau. .24 V I tH. I H ! sjalu.U pa
Okaiaa KJ l:7 w.n. till suwa. II enow: Our Leader. I? 41 place. 14 4
new: Maude M II II anew pie ft, good, Wea, l ikree dnvias Winner,
sr. f 7. by Brgad-lleeare4 laner entered l-'t till. Trainer. 8. Warren.
nVratrfcee. Virgin. Acelsaistioa. 0eeikta. bafy f
Oklafteeaa Kid want to the frost at ones and keie) away throughout, el
tbaugb naaea aui at tba ewd to .tall uff ua rloamg bid of Our Laadar and
Maud M Our Leader as rgkt taere all the way sad ran s goad race.
Maud M. away in s tangle, made up mark ground and wee probably asst. Marirel
Tiighntaa :ed big gas Klejber y had a raugh rare, Tka Csa snowed eany
peed. Blue Jay aas interfered with midway is the stretch.
1Ct7 4ECOKO . ACE five aaa bsm -ball lurtsaf. Puraa UN. Net value
w-' ' ' ta wtaner, 4O0 aecaaa. 70
aa'j.i Horie and Owner I. t.
UO I t'a-l Roberta iHterretit II
til John Snehn 1 l Braa aral l I
11I Tom Cravea 1 (C. Irwin i 12 &
i;:.!i.tuasy Wsys 4 iSra Stall S
:J B. A. Jonee 1 (J. HaLMOt
George Jamea 4 (Borho.l 14 4
Etkel Toth I tj. Totkl 14 7
Ben Creep leaf 14 iMaastllll I
At poet I minute. Off at 141. Tune. 4. 1 114,. 1 . ejufiela
paid Carl 14.1 wia. II II p ace. ;.;4 show: Jona Spokn II S place. 13.2
how: Tom Crar en 11 1 abow. Start, good. Won eaaCy. driving same. Winner,
ck. g. t. by Gen, Roberta-James Marian. Winner entered for 11.94. Trttaer,
T. I. Sterrett. Overweights, Ethel Totb I. s
Cari Roberts waited oa tka leader until sfter en-.enng tha trstrb. where
he daabed to the front to win with utmoet ease. John Spoba made a fat
fimah and outstayed Tom Craven, gunnyways tired altar getting a fast pace.
B. A. Jones retired IB the treuh.
THIRO RACE Sia rartsags. Parsa 1500. Net vahaa ta wia oar (400)
"VJ aecaaa. 70i third. I JO. Three-rear -oWi asd ua. CUiasiag.
Index Horse an d Owner Wt. St.
:S32 Miae Meeliek 4 iMCorll 1
Leap Frog 4 iR Gnff:na'l S
2S44 Hatel W 4 iS. Baxter) Tl7 7
JS43 Lotta G I t J. A. Hall) 11 s
Christie Holtera Stett)l(
Mrs. Hawks (W Ssyier) I 2
Buby OnoJe t (Wilbur) 102 4
Horse and Owner Wt. St.
At post 1 minute. Off at Ul. Tims. tlk. :4I. 1:1S. II mutnela
paid Meeltrk IT 2 win. 14 plar. 12 I show; Leap Frog, t' place. Ill
show: Haul W II I akow. Start, good. Won eaaily, eeeend and third driving.
Winner, b. t. 4. by Meelirk-Larky Miss. Winner entered for 170. Trsin-r,
J. McGregor. Overweights. Oriole i.
Miss Melick broke fast and showing the moat apead easily beld swsy
throughout. Leap Frog came from far back with a faat end ruah. Hsxel W
last to begin, was nied in the final eighth. Lotta G mads a gam finiih.
Cbrieti Holtera closed a big gap. Ruby Oriole quit to a walk after being
eloa ap for a half.
OejCV FOURTH RACE The Ab-Sar-Baa Qiesea's Plata Six furloags. Pars
'J' tlJOO. Three-rear -olda and up. Net value SIJOO-1200-1100.
Hone and Owner
2510 Money S (B. A. Jonee V 11 2
2S!xMotor Cop C. B. Irwin I 11 4
2SI8 Ikey T 4 (T. O'er St.) Ill 1
24Z5xRif!e 7 (C. B. Irwin) 12 t
258xSedan 8 (C. B. Irwin) 101 5
At poet 2 minutea. Off at 4.0(. Time. :2SS. 1:112-5. 12 mutueia
paid Jones and Tarn O'Shanter entry 14. win. Start, good. Won easily, sec
ond driving, third ara'e. Winner, b. g. 8, by Dick Finnell-Metrical. Trainer,
B. A. Jones. Scratches. Haiel W.
Money, away forwardly. moved up steadily, rounding the far turn and
forging to tb front while turning for home easily held Motor Cop safe at the
end. Motor Cop was away slowly. Ha then was hard ridden to get to the
front and tired under the weight, although making a gam finish. Ikey T broxe
faat and showed good apeed. Rifle ran fairly well. Sedan stopped badly.
Coupled aa Jonee-Tam O'Shanter entry.
xCoupled as C. B. Irwin entry.
OCCA FIFTH RACE One mile. Purs
oad. $70; third. $30. T!
Horse end Owner
2S42 Leenrack 5 IS. F. Stab.tlO 1
2529 San Stefano (Sheldon) 102 4
2S29 Bonnet O Blue 4 (C Ir in104 S
252 Much Obliged S (Erb) 92
4529 Lsdy Voltrome 4 (In. St.) 104 3
2529 Vestins 8 (J. A. Hall) 97
2121 Arminta ( (M Lain) 104 7
Jim Griffin 1 (M. Kelly)10 9
2542 Jim Parmer 5 (Griffin) 112 2
At post 1 minute. Off at 4:15. Time. 25. :4. 1:16V,. 1:45- 12 mutueia
paid Leenrack 110.10 win. 15.60 place. $2.8 show; San Stefano $4.4 place.
ti.5 show; Bonnett 15.1 show. Start, good. Won. easing ap. second and
third driving. Winner, b. b. 5, by Wrack-AJeen B. Winner entered for 8400.
Trainer, J. Dncher.
...Leenrack moved up gradually and. dashing into the lead while turning for
'borne, drew out in hollow fashion. Ban tBtefano, after racing; Lady Voltrome in
to submiaiion. assumed the lesd. but was rlo match for the winner when
challenged. Bonnet O Blue showed a good effort. Muck Obliged made up ground.
Lady Voltrome set the pace under double wraps, but when let down flattened
out to nothing. Jim Parmer quit to a -walk.
-ICC I SIXTH RACE One mil. Puraa $500; Net value to -winner, $400;
second. $70; third, $30. Four
Horse and Owner
2519 Old Rase Ms. Rice) 110
1530 Brando 12 (Harrison) 11
2535 Double Eye 5 (Sheldon) 110
2539 Honolulu 7 (F. Smyth) 105
1524 Money Maker 1 (Wat'n)llO
2535 Hand Sweep 4 (BVcher) 11
At post hi minute. Off at 5:05. Time, :49i. 1:17. !: $2 mutueia
paid Old Rose 838.40 win. 311.70 place. 25 show: Brando $13.20 piece, 84
how; Double Eye 82. 80 show. Start, good. Won. driving, all three. Winner,
b. g, , bv Star Shoot-Doris. Winner entered for 3300. Trainer, J. Chancy.
Scratches. Nellie Witwer. Lsdy Eileen.
Old Rose raced close up from the start, took the lead entering the stretch
and at the end held Brando safe in a hard drive. Brando was badly outrun
first part, then moved up fast on the far turn and closed with a terrific ruah,
rapidly overhauling the winner. Double Eye set the pace for three-quarters,
but tired in the final furlong. Honolulu quit after racing near the leaders
in the first part- Money Maker pulled up lame.
irtnsT RACE Five and one-half
longs. Purse 1500. Four-;
olda and up:
2547 B. A. Jones
255 Opal Wall
2M0 Th Boy Favorite ......
2537 Lucky Mack
SECOND RACE Five and one-hsif fur
longs. Purse 3500. Four-year-
oida and up. Claiming.
2537 Mamie Van
Ih3i Rosa May Brown
2MJ Eveline May
2544 The Cub II
2o41 Tom Ellieon
2544 Blue Jay
THIBD RACE Five and one-half
longs. Purs 15 V). Four
olds and up. Claiming.
2631 Desert Rose
2S35 May Moon
:53S Nellie Witwer
Split Second's Selections
First B. A. Jones. Lenerve, Caveman.
Second Tom Ellison. Rosa May Brown.
Third San Pablo. Prospero Baby.
Fourth Harry Rudder. Clear Lake.
Fifth Walter Dant. Mildred.- Bill Head.
Sixth Race North Shore, Boreas.
F:rst Leneive, B. A. Jones. Apropos.
Second Tom Ellison. Winchester. Biu
Third Prospero Baby. Nellie Witwer.
Fourth Clear Lake. Backing ham.
Fifth Mildred. Walter Dant, W. G.
Sixth Boreas, North Shora, Lotta O.
A. Jone. Precious
Third Neil: Witwer. Prosperis Baby.
Fourth Clear Lake. Harry Rudder.
Fiftb Mildred. Walter Dant. W. G.
akxth North Boar. Baraaa. LaUa O.
fm. Jab Oda. ilt
i 1 E. H Baraaa l.'il-l
: : W, MtaaMI 4
It 1 J. A ilea 144-1
4- Harham I !i.I
t C. Morn ia?l-l
4 B. fh.f.. I4..1
! I :-l 4-
l 14' I4 Trai.aiil
4- t : !
i- 4 J II
It 12 11 II
tklrd. UO. Tkrea-yaar
r-elds aaa vs.
I i I
btr. Jin. Jockey Ode. St
3' S 1' H. Jones 141-1
4 4 ( I" J Allan It 21-1
-. D, Ham I IJ-I
1' It I 4 I Mille J40-1
I H I ' Rkrhardeon II i.
!.' i ( BsrliBgams 41 IS-l
. . -a. J, H. ,; 20.J
I I I I J. Carroll 12.24-1
1 J 8tr. Fin. Jockey Oda. Si
I 1' l'i I'l L. M1IU
5 ! :i Barham 27 l-l
I' l'i I I ! Eapeoehada 15-1
4' 4 4' 4J Richardaoa 74.-!
S H. Jonea 2J9-1
- 7 7 ('I J. Carol! 644-1
21 2' -( 7 Shockley 42 49-1
,1 Sir. Fin. Jockey Oda.
3 2' 1 I', E. Barnes
1 1 2' 2' Mart in ex
2 l I' H. Tullett
I S 5 4'i D. Horn
4:l 4' 4 i Singleton
$500. Net value to winner $400; sac
ear - olda and up. Maiden a. Claiming.
I I I Str. Fin. Jockey Ods. St's
! 51 I' l'i 1 J. M'Bride 4.05-1
5 22i U 2i 2 H. Jones 2.20-1
4" 4' 4'1 l S D. Kuril 15.70-1
5 l 43 4" Scheffeil 5.90-1
l:i If 2 5:1 5' L. Mills 2S.00.1
n 7, 7 6 Richardson I5.44-1
9 8s 7 74 J. Carroll l.l-l
7'1 g 6 S' S Rabideau 51.20-1
S' 9 9 9 MCorkle 2.4S-I
- roar olds and up. Claiming.
' 5 i Str. Fin. Jockey OdV St's
31 2-i 2 l1 li E. Barham 18.20-1
6 4" 4" Z' w. varley 14.3n-I
l'i 1 Pi 2i H. Jones
4' 3 3! 3 4 L. Mills
S'l 5i 5'i 5. S R. Dority
2 4i 8 Rabideau
250! Fitrgeraid fl4
2545 Prospero Babv 114
FOURTH RACE Five and one-half fur
lonxs. Purse 3500. claiming.
Three-year-olds and up:
254a Helen Majors 'S9
ISiS P.uth Wrh'.e '97
2536 Fikxey Mae 97
254t Homaid 102
(1511) Patsy O'Neill M0S
I l2542)Clear Lake 110
I JS30 Harry Huoxler 115
I 2543 Don Jose IIS
j FIFTH RJ.CE Mile and one-sixteenth.
; Purse 3500. Claiming. Three-year-
Oiaa and up:
2533 Mildred 10J
25 33 I.or.na Moea 104
25.-9 Cork 104
2544 Eddie Fuller 10S
253-3 Waller Dant 109
2S32 Bill Head 112
2538 W. G. MeClint.t. U2
SIXTH RACE One mil. Purse :00.
Claiming. Three-year-olds and up:
2S.-!9 North Shore
254S Marshal" Til-rhman
2539 Milton Roblre
2543 John R P.oche .. .
Johnny Wilson Refuses
j to Answer Big '"Cornish"
oyiiiiKuciu. . jia-., junc .
Johnny Wilson, middleweight cham
pion of the world, tonight refused to
make any comment ' on the report
from Xew York that the New York
! state athletic commission would for
' feit his title unless he fights Harry
r- t :.!: -r ,
uicu viuun a specinea lime limit.
Horses to Watch
Sedan Wss swsy bad last start: rushed
up to forward contention and then tired.
Should go well when placed, with those
of ordinary aprinting ability. Five and a
half furlongs Is sufficient.
34Jas jTraalaad Got siammed soon after
tha start in recent race and never had a
chance. Is a- fair little S-year-old aad
ought to win on before long.
Mavrkey An imparted: horse which ran
well for three-quarters last out and than
; nntsned as ir short. Likes a route,
i Mildred Won't roies next ume Cat.
j Baker says go." Fit now and will be a
1 bandy mare any time they start her.
! Candesrray la cheap company, going
! five and a half furlongs, should get
j home in time to let them pay off oa her.
I Peiaate A 1-year-oid Tyrxb only needa
j a little more education tr. order to leave
the rank of maiden babies.
Moeresaae Lat raca put her in fine
I fettle. Stabla expeeta to connect with
j i.:tle difficulty next urns bar Bam ap
I Dears la tha eBtrias.
Boston Red Sox
in Wet Contest
Game Played in
Rain MrManu and Men
oly Each Gather in
St Louii. June 7 B'iton' Rrd
on a 7 to J victory over tiie
Proton here today in a girt' - played
Kurtm- 4 rlrt;.!e, McMnu. and
.V .ioky gait each club a hoi.i: ms.
"'Dixie Davia wai hit hard in the
ixtli and seventh. "Rip" Collins
was lupporied hy consistent tif'ding
in the pinche.
AB H O A
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J m .id r
4 :iea. ik
1 t jMln. 3b
1 Miklaaus. r
- - - Da-la. p
J 15 rf 11 Ka p
I T'eala 21
Rt:.d for Lsije 'n aeven'b
Battea for Kirt in eisnth
Bail"! for Ko.p is ninth.
Srora by innings
B.tnn Dei 7
St. Louis 1113
Summary Rjna Smith. Menoaky (I).
Pratt. lu(n. J. Collins, Oerber. Mc
Manua. Kamnvn, Errora: None. Two
haaa hits: Gather, Menoaay. Pratt. J Col
lins. Burns. T!tie-baee hits: Wllllsrns.
J Collins. Horn- rune: McMsnus. Men
csky. Stolen baaea- O Rourke. Sialer. To
bin !arrilira hita- J Collins It), fialer.
Double play. Locao to Pratt to Bursa
'.eft on bases: Boston, t; St. Louis, I.
Baa oa balla: Off Davis. 4: off W Col
lins 4. Htruck out: By W. Collins. I:
1 by Davts. 4; by Kolp. 1. Hits: Off Pavis.
I I In 7 inn:ncs: off Kolp. 8 In 2 Inaiiuo.
nit ny pitrnea Dan: Robertsaa. By w.
Collins. Losinr mtrhar: tavia I'm.
pi re Evans snd S'sllin Tim: i:0. I
Tigers Bump Athletics
From To'p of Second Division
Detroit. June 7 Detroit mad It two
straight from Philadelphia thla afternoon.
' winning. I to 2. and displacing the Ath
I letica from the head of the second di
vision. Tna Titers were outhlt but
profited from Philadelphia's errors.
PHILADELPHIA. ' raTaTOrr.
AB H O A ' Al l 01
Toncg. fb 113 4 Blue. !b I li 1
iobunn. lb J 1 13 . lb 1114
Talker. If 10 10 Cobb, rf 31
Prrloas. o 331 Veers, tf 4314
Miller, rf 4 3 14 Rellaaarm. rf 4 114
(sallower. a) 3 1 1 5utsbaw. 2b 411
rrrkea. Sh 4 t Msney. aa 334
Welch, rf 4 3 4 0 Raasler. e 3 12 1
Varlor, p 041 Busse. p 113
BslllTan. p 100
HrlBtarh.p 110 1' Touls 21 I 37 13
ToUls 3S !4 15i
-Batted for Naylor in third.
Batted for Heimacb la ninth. ,
Score by Innings:
Phllailelphla nl I'l I
Summary Runa: Welch 3I. Blue.
Veach. Heilmsnn. Rigney Basslsr 2).
Krrors: Perkins. Welch. Blue. Two-base
hit : Bsssler Three-haee hit : Toung.
I Homo run: Welch. Sacrifice hits: Gallo-
wsy. Ehmks (2). Left on bases: j-nus-delphia.
i: Detroit. 4. Baa on balls:
Off Nsylor 2: off Sullivan. 1: off Hsim
ach. 2: off Ehmk. 2. Struck out: By
Sullivan. 1 : br Helmach. 1 : by Ehmke.
3. Hits: Off Nsylor. 3 In 2 rnnlngs; off
Sullivan. ! in ! !) innings: off Helmach,
1 in 3 1-3 innings. Passed ball: Perkns.
Losing pitcher: Naylor. Umpires: Dlaeen
snd Connolly. Time: 1:31.
New York Yanks Win Uphill
Contest From White Sox
Chicago. June 7. Veer Tork mad so
nphlll fight sfter losing the lead to Chi
cago and launched aa attack, est Schupp
and McCaba and won the second straight
gsme of the series. I to 7.
Schupp's wiirlneas, coapled with slew
support behind McCsbe. enabled tha. visi
tors to win. Chlcsgo sgaln outhlt their
opponents, but could not get the breaks.
Falk of the White Sox cracked out hi
seventh homer of the season.
XEW TORK ! CHlClfit).
IBHOi . AB.H.O.
4 1 .1 0 Jonnsna. as
1 1 1 0 Strunk. rf
! 1 1 3' Collins, ft
3 2 1 Mostll. cf
5 12 0 Pslk. if
3 4 3
0 4 0
3 T 0
1 10 1
3 3 10 svnalk. e
0 10 0 Sheely. Ib
14 3 Mnllissn. 3b
113 3 Sr-hupp. p
S . 1 3 MrTane. p
34 11 27 13 'Hboper
Batted for Falk In ninth.
S3 13 r 12
Score by innings:
New Tork 2-00 90 420 9
Chicago 02 201 0117
Summary Runs: Miller. Witt, Ward
(3). Ruth (2). Baker. Meueel. Johnson,
Mostll. Falk (2). Schalk. Sheely. Uulll
ran. Errora: Ruth. Falk. Two-base hits:
Ruth. Baker. Meusel. Mulligan (2). Sheely.
Scott. Home run: Falk. Sacrifice hits:
Schsik. Sheely. Double plays: Johnsto
to Collins to Sheely. Bush to Scott to
Pipp. Left on bases: New Tork. 9:
I Chicago, 7. Base o nballs: Off Schupp, 4:
j off Buah. 4. Struck out: By Bush, 2.
I Hits: Off Scbupp. S in S Inninga (none
out in seventh): off McCCabe. 4 in 1 1-2
innings: off Hodge. 2 in 1 2-2 innings.
Wiid pitoii: Schupp. Losing pitcher:
I Schunp. Umpres: Wilson. Chill and HildeJ
brand. Time: 2:15.
1 Nationals Take 11-Inning
Contest With Cleveland
Cleveland. June 7. Washington made
it two straight from Cleveland today by
winning. 9 to 8. in 11 innings. Morton
held Washington to three hita until the
eighth inning, when he wss batted hard.
The Natonais took the lead in the ninth,
but Cleveland tied the count in their
half. Washington winning after two were
out in the 11th on a single by Judg and
a double by Brower,
WASHINGTON. .' CLEVELAND.
AB H.O A.l AB H O a.
Rirr . cf
4 0 11 JamiesoD. cf 5 3 3 0
5 0 4 2' WItomi. 4 0 3 3
4 0 5 0 Gardner. 3b 10 0 0
3 2 10 0! Ivans. If 4 1 1 4
3 5 -0 St-h'ns'n.Sb-Ib 3 It 1 S
2 3 n. Sewell. ss 4 4 4 4
' -i -' Mclnnls. ID
3 10 31 Wood, rf
t0 llT8eelI. e
2 0 4 1 Morton, p
(f Malls n
11 0 11
1 0 0 i Totals
II 4 13
3 12 4
3 13 1
a n 0
4 1 53 IT
1 9 0
Totals 43 11 33 10'
Batted for Lamotte !n eighth.
Batted for Ph'llipe in eighth.
Batted for Morton in I'th.
Score by innings:
Washington 20 0 042 ! I
Cleveland .011 140 001 0 8
Summary Runs: Harris. Rico (3).
Judpe (2. Brower (2). Smith, Jamieson.
Gardner. Evans. Stephenson (31. J. pewell,
L. Sewell. Errors: Busk. Rice. Brower,
Wsmbagsnss. Stephenson, J. Sevrell, Mc
Imrr. L. Sewell. Morton. Two-base hits:
Smith (2). Brower. L. Sewell. Three
baae hit: J. Sewell. Home run: Judge.
Stolen bases: Brower. Gharrity, Jamieeon,
Evans. Sacrifice hits: Mclnnis, Jsmieson.
Graney. Double plays: Lamotte to Har
ris to Judge. Morton to Wsmbagsnss to
Mclnnls. Left on bases: Washington. 9;
Cleveland. 11. Base on bstls: Off Frsnc's.
1: off Phillips, 1; off Johnson. 1: off
Morton. 5. Struck out: Bv Johnson S:
I by Morton. 1. Hits: Off Frauds. 11 In
v innings: oti r-nuup. z in Z 1-3
innings: off Turk, none in 1 inning: off
Johnson, a in 3 Innings: off Morton. 9 in
1 innings, off Mails. 2 in 1 Inning. Win
ning pteher: Johnson. Losinr pitcher
Mail. Umpires: Walsh and Owen. Time:
Xorth Westers Teau
Kirn Creek. Neb.. June 7. (Bnec'.l 1
Elm Creek ess from the fact North
Western teasa her Sunday, 2 to 0. Bat
? Elm Creek, Kits and Wright;
North Western. Carlscn .and Taylor.
fiHSa Fistula-Pay When Cured
JL JULV&Sj i "f" r"'"rat taat cures "flwa. ristula aae sU
Rectal Dtsaaaea is a abort tissa. wrtawat . . i
TUtJLlJZi. ?k3t!?d P""- "" tastJaioBuu s.re taaa
uausiil isspi wka kav svea BerssaaeoUr cures.
. . R. TAUT 1
I B i::
OOELECGERS no have
nvy thin tn L'niird
j Hvouhbooirr h bou.M u;
I lubmanne chef Nov. they re Al
ter navy botfleboate,
Bcnltshipi art painted war gray.
Color of meriting ftr.
Ruatjumper he I'rct of thou
sand krg sUgf'rir.g between
New York and Bahama Jtlands. Our
hooie merchant marine will noon be
biggest in tkorld.
Police can't grab cargo of booae.
Law state that cord in neck of bot
tle make it legal bft preserver.
One i our millionaire quit Eu
rope in triple extract of anger
because English hold overcharged
him ior cocktail he could have
bought in Ne Vark for two hun
Many Americans art leaving other
wet and foreign countriat because
they want too much for what wt
But Bahamas are right at our fam
Mire rowboat. Take our letter
of marrjue and reprisal Filibuster to
islands. Then paddte home again
with boatload of bad weather.
Join bootleggers' navy. See world.
Fine chance ior young man whose
father wanted him to learn trade.
Good pay and short sentences.
Everybody is buying cognac gon
dola and tailing away. Families park
wharf and wave goedby doctor's
preicri prions. Spend your honey
moonshine in British Wet Indies.
Former Missouri Mentor
to Coach at Tulsa
Tulsa, Okla.. June 7 D. V.
Graves, formerly of the University
of Missouri and coach of the Uni
versity of Montana football team,
was named todav as coach for the
University of "fulsa. Grave will
succeed Francis A. Schmidt, who re
signed to coach the University of
Arksansa eleven this fafl.
Dog Hill Paragrafs
By George Bingham.
Dock Hocks, our blacksmith and
tonsorial artist and dentist, say
when a man rides up on a mule, with
a beard on his face and a big chew
of tobacco in his jaw, he caji't tell
whether he wants his mule shod, his
hair cut or his tooth pulled,
Flim Dillard has come back from
the Calf Ribs neighborhood after a
week's attempt to win the hand of
a large widow woman with three
children and a cow. He didn't even
bring the cow home with him.
The Tin Peddler's blind horse got
scared at a mud hole and tried to run
away this morning. His progress was
greatly retarded by the other mud
for This Week
34x4 $28.84 at
Soofhinq &nd Heaiinq
For all the ills that
the sldn is heir to-,
stings, cold sores,
scratches, etc Apply
At all druggists
BU4V (Bss R kit.)
THE TALE OF
jr ARM SCOTT BAILEY,
As Snowball drew near the pasture
bar, he forgot about the blow oa
the head that the black ram had given
hi in. The strange tight that greeted
hit eyes drove all unpleasant thingi
out of his mind.
Sn hall knew that the sheep he
saw be-for him mut be hit oM com-
Sotnchow Snowsail maiud to ttet
through 'Jut first drtadSui U?
panions. But they were so changed,
by shearing, that he couldn't tell
who wa who.
He stood still and itared at them
"What amusei you. young man?"
one of them asked him in a tart
voice. The speaker was a bie old
dame. Even with her fleece closely
cropped she looked undeniably fat.
Yet she was wrinkled, too. And her
neck had ascrawny look.
Not until she spoke did Snowball
guess that this person was Aunt
N'ancy Ewe. The moment he heard
her voice he knew her. And he
couldn't help laughing right in her
"Don't be rude, young man!" Aont
Nancy scolded. "Anybody would
think you had never seen a sheared
"I haven't," Snowball answered.
"You're all so funny that I can't
keep mv face straight."
"Well." she said, "you'll have a
chance to laugh at yourself a little
later. For you'll certainly be sheared,
Snowball turned sober instantly.
"Oh! Do you think so?" he cried.
'They'll never let you keep that
fleece all summer," Aunt Nancy de
clared. She had scarcely finished speaking
when Farmer Green came into the
pasture. And Snowball was sure that
Former Green looked directly at him.
But before Snowball could make up
his mind to run, Johnnie Green came
hurrying aiter his father, and shout
ing. "Don't touch Snowball!" he called.
"Don't you shear him!"
"Why not?" his father asked him.
"Because." said Johnnie, "I want
to shear him myself. He belongs
"Very, well! his. father replied.
"Now we're here, we may as well
cntch him. And you can begin
shearing him. It will probably take
you all day, because you've never
sheared a sheep betore."
"I don't want to shear him now,"
said Johnnie. "I'm going fishing to
day. I'll do it tomorrow."
Then Farmer Green and Johnnie
went away. And they hadn't passed
the bars when a great uproar broke
out. The whole flock crowded
Mild as a May Morning- and. as fragrant
r i inai is i
f Vi it , An uncomrn
r ua r crania
II X 3 II I MoBwGpt
trottaj Sriewb'!. An4 everybody
ttctpx him ad, "8T
"He taught beit who Uuh list,"
Aunt Nancy remarked to him. " To
morrow wtll UugH bt at your
Rut Snowball stood bi ground
and ihooli hi head.
"I'm not going to be ihetrtd." he
declared. "I gu you Coa t know
whit Johnnie Greea't tomorrow'
mean. ... It mean 'never!"
nowb! retlly thought he wt
right about that.
The next morning he found that
he had been miitaken. For Johnnie
Green rame and cornered and
caught him. And amid a thrrui of
baa Johnnie led Snowball to the
"Let' wait at the hart until John
nie bring Snowball beckf cried
the young black ram, who had
L. locked Snowball down the day be
fore. "We want to give him i good
welcome when he comet back with
out h'i fieec "
"It'i ulen to wait." said Aunt
N'ancy. "You know Farmer Green
aid it would take Johnnie ail day to
Along toward noon the b'ack ram
came hurrying to the upper end of
the pature, where mot of the
nheep were frrd'iig
"Snowball" here!" he b!atted.
"And he ihrared. too!"
And jut then Aunt Nancv Ewe
came purring and panting to join the
"Snowball'i back in the pasture!"
he gasped. "And he isn't iheared
Well, nobody knew what to think
(Copyright. 132 I
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Gjo- Slits t? Order
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; ONE OF OVt TAlLOIED SUITS
: WILL OUTWEAR TWO BEADY
1 WADES. HAS A MOKE COMPORT
I ABLE "rtEL," HOLDS ITS
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Ssutxtsast Car. ltth baai Hansey
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It is not cfilficixlt to produce
a cigar which has Havana
fragrance and is but moder
atdymlkL But to produce a
dear which has line Havana
a teal task. It has
done in Mozart.
S been well
Wee si saw ss 1 1. IsaloMsw.
Largs Ul as si Assess tessaas lea.
Tws Lares Paakiaas kin Ceak.ee,
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ALL SIX RESTAURANTS
AIEA VOYAGE Jot
yotif lumen 1 vaca
ntia I Tb most (aact.
naiing part of lb
Cabs, Jamaica. Pana
ma, Costa Rica, Colom
Quaint, old world
' tin as, rarrarssquB sa-
porta of the Spanish
1 Vain, Nothing like a
Cr4t White Flt
' Caribbean Cm is (or
bssltb and Intarsst,
1 6-day Creias from
New Orleans: 240
New Oris os-Havana
tad fstum: 73 up.
22-47 Crui from
New York: 313 op.
Wnt today foe fiss
Bock Travel Ageacy
0 Saw lock Straws
Tm. Oewglsi 4II
General Admission $1.00,
plus tax, including seat in
Reaervsd Seat, $1.50, Plus Tax
Including General Admiaaiom
Bos Seat, $2.00, Plu Tats
Including Genaral Admisgioa
Reserred Seats on Sale at
Beaton Drug Co.
Stock Yard Restaoraart
Six Rices Each Day
Rain or Shine
First Race 2:30 P. M.
J Fnv bs
at tuxts jrou bese
rtfax 2 for 25c
" W 15c
LWsrask 3 tor 50c
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