The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on July 5, 1925 · Page 12
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TWO THE LINCUEX SUSDAT STAK—SUS DAI', JUET 5, 19Z3. V Nebraska Footballers Keep Busy This Summer On He-Man Jobs. Cornhusker football men, facing one of the tougheit grid WESTERN LEAGUE. Des Moines at Lincoln, 2. Tulsa at Oklahoma City, 2. Omaha at Denver, 2. St. Joseph at Wichita, 2. assignments In history—the 1925 football schedule—are getting Into the pink of condition this summer. One of the necessary requirements for successful performance on the gridiron is a strong physique and the 1925 Husker gridm< n are at he-man jobs during the hot months. Construction work and farm labor are the two most popular vocations selected by the gridsters. Captain Ed Weir. All-American tackle, is hauling sand and gravel with a road gang. Last summer Big Ed hauled concrete and the net result was muscle and brawn. Next fail Ed figures on more muscle and brawn, hence the regular trips behind the wheel narrow. Jo# Teams With Brother. Brother Joe is working alongs'de Big Ed. Little Joe also Is a knight of the wheelbarrow', but divides his time with the occupation of “mule skinner.” Roland Locke, “the fastest human in football togs." is working in the Union Pacific shops at North Plptte. “Choppy” Rhodes is* an automobile salesman as well as amateur hall player during the summer reason, devoting a ps-t of bin spare time to renewing un acqaintance with the pigskin. Hutch Does the Heaviee. Harold Hutchison, center and tackle, is on a construction Job near Lincoln. “Hutch” is hauling mortar and taking a fi'ng at all around "heavy stuff." Frank Pospisil and Roy Mandery are traffic officers on ihe Lincoln police force. Cecil Molam, Walter Scholz and Walter Krlmel- mcyer are engaged in farm work, while Burnham and Wostoupal are In summer schools. Avard Manderry is upending the summer at his home in Fecumseh recouperating from an illness vvhirh may make him unavailable for foot' ball next fall. AMERICAN LEAGUE. Chicago at Cleveland. Detroit at St. Louis. New York at Washington. NATIONAL LEAGUE. Boston at Brooklyn. Philadelphia at New York. Pittsburgh at Chicago. St. Louis at Cincinnati. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. Toledo at Columbus. Indianapolis at Louisville. Milwsukee at Kansas City. Minneapolis at St. Paul. NORTHEAST LEAGUE. Winnebago at W^lthill. Decatur at Rosalie. Homer at Bancroft. NORTH PLATTE VALLEY. Gering at Scottsbluff. Bayard at Morrill. Mslbeta at Yoder. ELKHORN VALLEY LEAGUE. North Bend at Fremont Merchants. Arlington at Hooper. Scribner at Blair. Fremont Hubs at Snyder. . torlous place to see that it doe# not operate. ‘“There have been several violent scenes in Toarney’s places. Steve Kelllher was killed there by Daniel McCarthy, a labor loader. Charles Strauss snd Mrs. Alice Goldman also were shot there recently. Dancing Floor of Mirrors. “ ‘It always has been the favorite assembly point for politicians, labor czars and monarchs of the under- wmrld. When the resort was remodeled one of the features was the Installation of a dancing floor made of mirrors.’ , “Tearney was ousted by the Three-I league club owners last year. Thesa are the reasons why Oklahoma City, Wichita, Lincoln and Des Momes wajit a new president for the Western league. Let those w’ho are his supporter« answer or deny these statements. “If they are not true, I will stand to be called the ‘cancer of organized baseball,' as Tearney has termed me in the statement he gave, to the press. I have been in organized basebati for thirty .years and will let my own record speak for itself. “I love the Western league as onlv one who has been *S»ociated with it for a quarter of a century can love it and it Is because 1 want to see It once again able to command the respect and prestige It deserves that 1 shall not waiver in my allegiance to those good forced which seek the removal of A1 Tearney, its unworthy and Incompetent president.” Tigers Win First, But Lose Second ST. LOUIS, Mo., July 4.—The St. Louis Brown« lost their inorgtng UUtle with th« Tigers today 7 to 1. but renovated their atrld* in the afternoon same and peppered a 12 to 10 victory. Leonard allowed but five hit« in the morning game, but in the afternoon Cobb uaed four pitcher«. Score firat game Western League Batting Averages Omaha . ...21.05 603 *0* 71 24 T»e« Moine*... 2**9 621 HI 27 71 Wichita ....251* 497 779 7« *6 Denver ___ 26*1 629 792 97 76 Tui.a ............ 2507 441 746 69 64 .Okla. City ..2478 414 726 *2 66 RUE! St Joseph . . 2376 416 «96 107 «7 Detroit ........... 2 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 0—7 It 0; Lincoln ....2*80 119 601 71 *9 St. Louis ....10000000 0—1 r> 1 | ——— Batteries—Leonard and Basiier; Giard TEAM FIELDING. Gaston, Falk, D.xon and Hargreaves. j TRAM BATTING. AB R H 8H SB Pet .321 .120 .30» .309 .297 .291 .293 .26» Fécond game— Haney, Sb . . O'Rourke, 2b Burke, 2b . Fothergill, if Rigney, ea . . Manush, cf-lf HeilirfVno, rf Uiue. lb Tavener, as . Cobb, cf.......... Woodall, c .. Bassler, o . . Wei la, p .... Doyie, p Stoner, p Collins, p . .. Wlngo, .... Is'euu .......... Totals AH RH POA K 6 03 3 0 0 S 2 1 22 1 1 0 01 1 0 41 11 9 0 1 • 12 2 0 43 3 6 9 0 4 0 1 1 0 0 41 1T 0 0 3 e 0 02 M 2 0 2 0 001 3 i 1 1 0 0 . 1 0 1 1 0 t 00 0 • 9 0 . 3 2 2 0 Ao ; . 0 0 0 0 9 A . 0 9 0 0 <)0 I . 1 0 0 0 0 o 1 . 1 • 0 0 0 0 — — —— — •—• .40 10 16 24 « 8 Ì St. Joseph Tulsa .... Okla City D ps Moines Denver Omaha Wichlia .. Lincoln DO .18 24 .1840 .1903 .1974 .1927 .1819 .1842 . .17*7 A HU 849 91 886 111 906 119 872 126 910 123 803 121 947 130 «7« 126 Pet 40 33 63 13 40 Todt, Bos 24« Miller. Phil...201 McNeely, \V«h.l2* Bluege, Wsh. .221 3« 71 McNulty, Civ.166 29 61 Tobin. St. L. 97 12 30 Psrktns, Phil. 6» 9 17 Hooper, Chi.. 167 2* 4» Dykes, Phil..204 47 «2 Welch. Phil...14* 30 Dugan, N.Y.261 3* Ruel. Wash..216 2S 65 S. Harris. Chi. 54 7 16 Judge. Wah.. 169 36 69 0 6 3 12 4 3 * 6 41 U 7« 11 .Si 3 ' .713 - 512 ' .Stl .309 . sot .309 .30« .304 .304 .303 .: 02 .302 .301 LINKS DIVIDE Speece, .stokes. PITCHERS* RECORD (.100 or better.) W L Pet Clev.... I ,3 54 INDIVIDUAL BATTING. AU K H SH SU Pet Jolly, Wich ... 62 10 2* 6 0 442 Payne. iWch ..28* Luebbe. Orna. . 97 Knuight, Den..292 Bliss, St. J 179 77.119 5 3 19 40 U 0 72 11« 11 3 34 71 5 » Oabzoi n, Oma..2S4 71 110 7 0 Wilder. Orna 185 28 71 1 0 P. Haley, Wch. . »4 14 S3 2 1 Monroe, Onta ..377 76 106 6 1 1 C 8 8 9 Win go batted for S'oner in 7th; Neu»! .stuvengen, DM. 803 84 110 8 6 ' Langfprd, DM.. 207 71 109 8 1 2 O'Brien, Den. .296 5 2 108 Indians Divide With Chicago Sox OTOE COUNTY LEAGUE. Burr at Palmyra. Talmage at Syracuse. Bennet at Nebraska City. NORTHWEST NEBRASKA LEAGUE. Cordon at Hemingford. Hot Springs at Crawford. Alliance at Chadron. LOUP VALLEY LEAGUE. Ravenna at Loup City. Ansley at Broken Bow. Hazard at Arcadia. CLEV ELAN D, July 4 .—Cleveland end Chlrs Ro divided a doub!«he«,ler here today, the White Sox wlnnin* the first same 14 to 5 and the Indians oonolns: th- second. 5 to 4. The scores : Evan*, rf Ilice, rf .......... Lamotte, ss Sialer, lb ........ Williams, if . McManus, 2b Jacobson, cf Hargrave, c . Kob«*rt»<H), 3b Danforth, p Vangiidsr, p Bennett .......... Totals Mt. 1.uula. AU K H PO A E ! ... 1 1 0 0 9 w : .... 6 1 0 2 0 0 ! ... 6 3 11 < 0 ... 4 2 213 0 1 ... 6 13 3 (1 , 1 ... 3 2 2. 1 10 ___ 3 11 4 I) 0 1 ___ 60 • 1 3 1 0 ... 6 1 3 0 .7 11 4 0 19 A 1 , • 2 9 0 o 1 o : ___ 01 00 Ú o ; ___ .—. — —• — —— i . . . .3* 12 16 27 12 « ! Urlfftn, Riggert, DM... .311 77 110 J 17 O.e 219 81 98 12 Tul 248 48 87 8 Griggs, Oma ...268 K. Smith, Den. 114 McMullsn, Wch 162 Lelivelt, 3 J 250 44 Shaner, Lin.... 268 Simun, Tub ...232 86 74 24 52 .161 27 6 5 88 II 42 90 5 78 4 54 4 53 Lingln. D.M. ------Tyrrell, Tul. ...222 42 74 12 Haworth, 1>. M. .126 11 42 8 Mr Daniel, U.C. . 290 50 96 7 4U 16 ChLïo ........................ • r level and 4 1 0 0 M 0 M~ H« 1 Batteries Cren gros, Blank.njhi^d H«nnett bsited for Danforth in 6th. | Stuart, Tu 1. By innlng*; l Funk, O.C.. .. Detroii . ..105110 10 I—11 , Knaupp, D.M. «t. LouiV .................. 3 0 0 1 0 6 0 2 v—12 j Wano, Wich. Summary: Two-base hit — Williame Hock, O. C. . Lamott, Doyle. Three-base hit—Doyle. 1 viAatte, Mn. Home run Jacobson, Manush, Williams. Brooks. 8.J. . Sarrlfire hit—Msney, O’Rourk«, Jacob- Tate, O.C. .. «on Stolen base—Si*!er, Lamotte. Double - Berger, Den Morehart, Weh.. 264 4 1 .178 33 68 .265 4* 16 Phil 1 ,,g 7 ] Glass. Phil. ... 1 '»cdi Covelskle, Wsh. 9 359 Gray, Phil 9 '.j* Marberry, Wash 4 »5 8 1 Johnson. Wsh 12 '.jo* Holloway, Det. 3 H Harris. Phil.. 8 Fsbsr. Chi 8 Davis. St. L... * Ruethsr, Wsh.. 8 Leonard, DAt... I Lyons, Chi .... 9 Rommel, Phi!. 11 ,413’ Connslly. Chi... 2 .412! Whltehlll. Det. « . 397 ! Stoner, Det ... 3 ,;;9 7| Jones. N. Y. ..10 . 387 | Grovss, Phil. . . 7 . 384; Dane*. Det 7 .380 1 Ferguson, N,.Y.. 4 .379 j S. Smith, Clev... 8 .369 i Karr, Clev .... 6 .36»! Zachary. Wah... 6 .*63 Robertson, Chi 7 365 IThle, Clev............ * .364 \ Quinn, Bos. ... 7 2.360 I Wlngard, St. L.. 6 349 Ehmke, Bos.... 6 .315 Ruffing, Bos , . 6 .:,47, Baumgart'r, Phi 1 . 34 6 ! Ogden. Wsh.. .. 1 .342 (Include* .340 1 1 .000 1 .000 1.000 .900 .900 .*00 .750 .750 .7 27 ,727 .727 .727 .727 .690 .6*8 .8*7 .*00 .800 .53* . 58 3 .58 3 '.671 . 645 .645 . 64 5 .538 . 600 .600 .600 . 500 .600 .600 . 600 BH SO 9 6 Demons third-sacker converted into a double killing on « heave 10 first. Igjngford and Griffin, two of the Demons* lustiest sluggers, had a bad day at bat. Langford poled on* singls In seven efforts and Orlffin rapped a triple nnd a single in nine trips to the plats. 1 2 t 24 16 42 18 46 29 63 39 *4 26 3« 16 4 7 12 65 66 37 36 31 38 29 28 64 2J 42 11 33 12 » (Continued from Page One.) and tho Lnks were oft U» a lead which was not seriously endangered all the way to the finish wire. The Links' onslaught was persistent and drove Brown from the *'I pitching slab in five innings. Ld so* Wetzel, former Denver pitcher, 62 |lasted less than two innings and 49 »Lefty Thomas came on to take bis 41 1 share, of the punishment, although ? he escaped with a one-run inning. Socksd For Sixteen Hits. All told, the Links plastered the Pirates Grab Pair From Cincy’s Reds 23 46 I 16 PITTSBURGH. July 4.--Ths Firsts» strengthened their hold on first plae* In the National league r«ea h7 v Inning lv*o gnmee today from the ( tn- ctnnall Red*. The Pirates tioeed out the Reds 7 to 6 In the ftrat game after the Cincinnati team e*'led to trot across enough run« tor a victory In an eighth Inning rally. Lee Meadow«, kept the Red*' hit« scattered In the afternoon and Pitteburgh won 7 to 1. The score»: First game— R H ■ Cincinnati ...1 0 0 0 0 t 0 * 0—5 7 I Pittsburgh ..1 0 0 1 1 2 3 0 x—7 9 3 Blemiliar, Brady and Hnr- _ _____ Batterl 83 Dellet for sixteen hits, .Krueger and; grave; Krueger; Yds and Gooch, . - I v’ v . .. .------- 1 . „„.a 1 Second game— \l\ Flaskam per clouting three each and ;; I Purdy, Shaner, Brucker, Haley and 4 * ¡Beck each peeling oft a pair. The Cincinnati. 1 Demons did considerable apple • 11 players in 20 or mors games. ) vesting thirteen aafe drives. Brausen was most active for the Demons with three safe pokes. Jimmy da ghria walked e¡gin Des Moines batters and then tantalized the enemy by setting down eight on strikes, Tho Link a backed their afternoon flinger without error, thereby dup- their morning performance .228 .297 . 2*0 , . 56 . . 166 . .270 . .253 4* 5 10 74 It 6 Schalk; Cols. Speece, *ys snd Sewell Second game APPEAL TO FANS (Continued from Page One.) you any recollection where he has been present more than twenty- four hour* in any city of the West- tern league? Do you know that the Western league was almost plunged JEFFERSON COUNTY LEAGUE. Powell at Gladstone. Harbine at Steale City. Fairbury at Reynolds. Daykin at Endicott. Most il cf ----Davi*, ss Collin«, 2b . . Sheely. lb ... Falk, if .......... Hooper, rf Kanon, 3b .. Schalk c .... Graboawaki, e Faber, p .......... Totals Into financial ruin by his gross mismanagement of the Lincoln situation in 1924? Resort Closed by Mayor. “Do you know that his place of business In Chicago was closed by ' »fyatt order of Mayor Dever, the following appearing in the newspapers of the Western league circuit at the time: ‘“CHICAGO, May 19.—A1 Tearney, head of the Western and Three- I baseball leagues, whose notorious resort heretofore has been Immune, slipped a cog some somewhere in his defense for Mayor Dever today revoked all his licenses and placed Summa, if McNulty, rf Speaker. cf J. Sewell. ss Telson, lb . , Keweter, 2b TJurn« ........... Spurgeon, 3b Tot«!« Chicago. AB R HPO AE .............. 41 13 0 0 .............. 5 1 3 • J ft ................. 4 1 1t 2 0 .................39 1 6 1 ft ................. 4 0 1 3 ft 0 ................. 41 ; 1 2 1 ................. 4 (1 2 1 00 ................. 1 0 0 2 ft 0 .................2 0 A 3 ft A ................. 40 0 2 3 0 .................3 5 4 11 25 101 Cleveland. A B R H roA F. ................. 61 26 0 0 ................. 6 0 1 4 00 ................. 4 1 4 ft ft ft ................. 4 0 1 1 1 ft ................. 3 0 1 9 ft ft ................. 2 n A 1 0 ff ................. 1 1 1 0 ft0 ................. 4 12 2 1 ft ................. 4 0 1 61 1 ................. 14 0 0 4 0 —- —— .— — .................36 614 27 7 1 for Fewater In ninth . d for Miller in ninth ...........1 1 A 0A 0 1 1 0—4 ...........1 i) n 0 0 A 0 1 3 —6 T. ; a v Lamotte to Bister. Base on bale—! Robinson, Oma...260 * no i . O Wall«. Ii.Uowaln Cl •? A 7 Off Danforth 1; off Glldtr 3; off Wejls. DeMaggio, S.J. . 267 67 1 off Doyle 3: off Ktonm :: -urtcU 1 Dunning, St.J....276 «I ilBv Danforth, by Vangildar 3; by Lamb. Tul............. 266 31 Dovi* 1 bv Collin« I Left on base—si Graff, Wich. ..2 Loiii* 9 .' Detroit 9 Empite« Hildebrand j Moore, Lln.Om.. and Evan». Time—2:42. I • hadb rn, Wch.. 61 *6 6 I 46 *4 11 29 * 17 5 0 28 50 2 3 69 I* 10 7 6» *0 13 11 49 12 8 1 67 83 8 14 86 12 10 82 6 12 ..241 64 74 11 It .336 ,3$6 .*26 .331 .233 .221 . 3 ¿ 0 .226 ; 26 Pittsburgh >15 Phlla. . 325 ! Brooklyn 322 St- Lout« . .3 2 3 Bo*'on 321 i Ne* York Chicago Cincinnati National League. Heating their morning pe behind Pallas. The two gam^s today and ABuH ro A Walker, 'f . . . . . 4 0 .7 4 ft Smith, rf .... . 4 003 0 Rouah, cf ... . . s 0 0 2 t Dressier, lb . . . 3 0ft 6 ft Krueger, c . .. . . 4 0 2 4 ft Pinelll, Jb .. . .. 3 10 2 3 Crit», 2b .... . . 4 0 1 3 0 Caveney, *» . . . . 3 0 1 2 2 Rixey, p .... . .. 3 ft0 0 n Niebau« .......... . . . 1 ftft ft 0 May, P ............ . . . 0 00 1 1 Tot*:« .......... .. .11 1 9 21 7 rittaburgh. 1 he y li ay " *»• - , with’ the Demons, following TEAM BATTING. AB H .2229 446 . . .2404 401 . .2347 . .2323 . 2399 3*1 6*2 .220 .31* .316 .315 . ? 11 . 309 .222* 297 618 H SH SB I’ct. 752 64 «0 .82.7 744 70 25 9 1.16 61 16 .303 70* 6:i 30 .103 662 63 26 6*2 47 36 . 23 4 664 62 *7 .23 613 63 41 Chicago ;i('!j Cincinnati 101 U 33 2 92 «8 89 9 HandlSZ, D«n..24t 49 76 11 Izzy Makes Hia Pile- Remember Frank Isbell? Hern of noche. Tul i.,-- Hall, Den 11 33 24 48 27 38 12 19 16 24 one game. He played first base _______ - iners. He owns the Wichita club in the West- 47 76 40 68 Pv Inning« Chicago ......... Cleveland .................... . Summary : T*ro-ba«e hit—Davi« rhtee- haae hit- Davi» Home run—Hn**ker. Sacrifice hit— Neeley 2. Schalk. Base on halla—Off Faber 1: off Miller 1 Struck out—By Fah#r 4. by Mllltr Stolen base—Mosti!. Collin*. Umpire«— a cordon of police around the no- !nowl*nd Dln»en *nd Orrnebr t l II icaft»4v ' -50-50 president of the league the other day when he wasn’t looking Comiskey picked him up in St. Paul toting potatoes to a freight car. He made him a great flrst- baseman. "Izzy” is one of the best story-tellers in baseball. He can afford to be. He has made his “pile.” Cleveland made only 14 runs last week, but It led the league In errors, making 13, whlehJaccounts for the fact that the Indians are sliding towards the bottom. Brooklyn in the National slightly topped the American leaguers by perpetrating lfi mlscues. Hie BULL’S EYE Published tvety JVow and Then. MR.K0CEM Circuit Mgr. W.ROOtM Zrf/to WILL ROOIM One dtiy I went down to see cm tear down old Madison Square Garden, the most famous building in New York. It hr*1 stood *p under every kind of performance in the world. Prize Fights, Dog: fihows, Rodeos, Murders, and French Costume Balls, but when that Democratic Convention finally struck it, I said to myself then, “This thing can’t stand much longer.” \ on know there is nothing in the World as hard on a building as oratory. In fact there is nothing as hard on a human to listen to as oratory, and especially Political Oratory. You take good oratory. I have seen a well built building stand up under it, but not when it is battered at continually for six months, day and night. If I owned a building I would insure it agai nst any kind of a Political Convention, because they are not Conventions, they are Civil Wars. Well, Sir, when they took up the floctrs of that famous old Building they found tons of “BULL* DURHAM TOBACCO that had been wasted there by nervous hands during the balloting. Those were our Representative Men from all over the United States. They didn’t know who they wanted for President, hut >they knew what they wanted to smoke SIXTY-FIVE , YEARS ago! IN 1860 A bland of tobacco WAS born— “BULL” Durham. ON quality alono IT haa won RECOGNITION WHEREVER TOBACCO is known. IT still offars THE public this— MORE flavor, MORE enjoyment AND a lot MORE money LEFT at the END of a week’s SMOKING. 2 6 1 1 2 4 0 0 1 * 3 6 1 1 6 19 Mln.ti««, S.J. ..110 I C««ey, Tul. .... 161 121 64 l.«n«h«n. Cm*.. 81 two-baggers in | Nuf«r, St. J .............. 1 Austin, Tul. . .231 Gilbert, S.J 207 34 «1 9 Harter. D. M. . .249 4« 73 15 O'Neill, Om».. .242 4* 71 10 W. Sweeney, Wch *9 16 26 4 Brausen, DM. ..31* 65 92 King, Oma. ,,¡,.202 47 68 8 10 Felber, O. C. ..267 51 76 6 7 Hagerman, O. C.286 44 81 12 5 Corgan, * iWch..270 46 76 10 7 Purdy. Lin. ...23» 33 «711 * Cooper, Lin. ..101 16 2* 4 2 Wright, 8t.J. *3 10 23 4 0 Freeman, Den ..6* 11 1* 0 1 Oorman, Den....275 7* 77 10 82 Fla»k pr. Lin. ..270 47. 73 R 12 Cady, O. C ............. 82 10 22 Benn, O. C..............109 « 29 Flippln, TAil. .,239 62 *3 W ait«, Wlch. . 95 1# 26 R Brown Wch,Om204 34 1.1 Martetaa, Lin...201 28 62 Brucker, Lin...101 14 2« Beck. Lin ............. 229 29 68 11 Whaling, Den 83 1* 2t 7 Krueger. T.-Lin..236 3« 69 Falk, Den .......... 202 43 »0 Bolen, Tul. ... «2 10 16 Hutton, D M.-T.. 33 2 X Yargaa, Lin_____ 149 19 3« Lee, Oma ...... 36 4 t Houte. D. M. .. 49 4 11 Cochrane, Den.. 86 11 19 Corrigan. S. J. .277 47 «0 1* 14 Black, Tul. . . 47 «16 2 0 F. Haley, Lin... 207 2« 43 11 4 .30 . 10« .308 .301 .306 .29* .297 .297 .296 .295 ..’94 .294 . 293 .293 .292 283 .1 87 .285 .284 .2*1 . 280 .277 .277 ,276 .570 .270 .2*8 . 206 St. Louie Brooklyn New York Phlla. Boston Pittsburgh TEAM FIELDING. PO ..............1807 1760 ............1764 1779 1*36 ................1781 ..............1776 1727 A E Pet. 83.3 36 .961 860 89 967 796 • 0 . »66 *10 95 .905 915 104 .96 4 820 100 .96 i 344 309 »60 793 116 .956 INDIVIDUAL MATTING (.300 or better.) AB H H 46 87 39 97 37 104 64 92 Hornsby, S.L. .235 «5 99 J. Wilson, Phlll34 1? 65 Barnhart Pta.220 Stock. Brk 249 Bot'ley, St.L...269 Fournier, Brk. 240 Mokan, Phil... *9 19 34 Brooks, ChlJ..tl6 26 44 Bancroft, Bos. 1*8 Blades. St. L... 324 Bentley, N.Y.. 49 Carey, Pitts.. 2*6 69 104 Harper, Phil..211 <2 76 Wrlght'one, Pal25 OuyIer7 Pte... 264 Grantham Pta.146 30 6« Burrua, Bos. .260 40 88 36 71 16 81 6 18 6 45 76 94 ! Schult*, Fh.Cn. 63 ' «>. Donohue. t'ln. 43 Hubbell, O. C. 49 WMgamot, O. C. 69 Pallas, Lin ................10 Bailey, Oma. .. 42 Morris, D. 61. . .49 1,0ve, St. J 49 Hald, St. J . . .^ 45 Thompson, O. C.. 46 Hodges, Den.. . 68 Harris. Unia.. . 45 Davenport, St. J. 52 Carson, Lin 41 Moon, D.5J 4 9 May, O. C .............4 3 Joyce, Wch.Om 61 Hovlik, Wich. 44 6 10 9 0 6 4 8 3 io 7 11 t 8 9 • 8 8 10 7 . 26 ,2>TT .259 .257 ,T~. .253 .261 . 24 8 . 242 .242 .141 .229 .224 221 .217 .213 .201 .205 203 . 200 110 .1*4 184 .778 „174 : 172 .156 .153 .148 ■ Ui .140 .137 . 1 „ « 9 22 9 16 SU SB Pet. 7 3 .421 3 « 4 3 0 2 4 6 3 0 12 4 0 11 6 7 1 0 77 *8 37 14 48 Bre»»!er, On.222 29 Hawks. Phil .198 37 Mueller, St.L.108 18 .1. Cooney. Bos. 41 8 Felix, Bo».. .141 21 Wheat, Brk..3*9 65 96 Grimm. Chi.. 224 43 76 E. Smith Pta.174 Xfetisel, N. Y.187 Frisch, N.Y....143 Wright. Pis. .. 268 48 89 Roush. Cin. ..241 42 80 Fonseca, Phil.235 46 Traynor, Pta.257 61 Taylor, Brk .,166 1 * 69 30 6 3 31 4 8 .410 395 , 38» .387 .383 .382 .3 .9 .578 .371 .367 .364 . 260 . 360 .366 . 366 .362 . 349 .248 .317 .343 .143 ,;;4l .3 40 .339 .'¡39 .339 .3-7 .3 36 .322 four days, beginning u« urdav's official sUHMjcs: Dee Moln A U I Brausen, 3b Connslly. ** .......... Langford. cf • • Griffin, rf ............ Ktuvengen. lb .. Wetxei. If .......... Kn^upp. 2b Ha worth, c .... Thomas, p .......... Totals .32 2 Lincoln. A H « Moore. r f Purdy, If . Plljet I « Krueger 2b Shanar, rf Brucker c . Haley, 3b . Flaskamper, Beck, lb .. Vargas . •. Pallas, P 78 86 60 Moore, PIS... 249 54 80 28 II 44 PITCHERS’ RECORDS. (Includes all pitchera who won or lost.) W L Pet »8 80 . 6 .11 Holzhäuser, D M. 9 Marquis, St. J..,7 Hodges, Den . H, House, D.M., 11 Hubbell, O. C. .. • Thomas. I). M.. 3 Joyce, Wch. Omll Lynch, Den. ... 7 Hall. Den 14 Penner, Wich. . 2 Love. St. J. ... 10 Pillette, Lin. . . * Hovllk, Wich. . 9 Tesar, Tui. . Jolley, Wch. Ras en, Lin. O.C. 7 Haid. St. J 3 Black, Tul. ... * May. O. C 9 Davenport, St.J.10 Carson. Lin. . . 7 Glalser D.M.Om. 3 Myera, Wch ... 3 Moon, D. M. . , 7 Harris, Om. ... 7 Bailey, Om. ... 6 Roberts, O. C... I Bolen, Tul 4 Everetta, Wich. 3 Lee, Oma ................3 Cooper, Lin. .. 3 Palla», Lin ...............3 Freeman, Dan. * Morrl«, D.M. .. 7 Gregory, Wlch.. 2 McNamara Wch 2 Amhroae, Tul... * Good. O.C. ... 3 Plgg, Oma ...............3 Payne, Tul. ... 2 Christian. Lin. . 1 Campbell, Wch. 3 Biaeholder, Tul. 2 Mondy, Lin 2 Songer, O. C... 1 Shupe, DMLin.. 1 Glider, Lin. Den 1 Hutton, D M.Tul t Ross, St. J 6 Sellers, D.M. .. 6 Ketchem, O. C. 6 l.ooo .876 .7*6 .78« .760 .760 .733 .700 .667 .«*7 .636 .615 . 6n«| .«on . 679 . 638 27 43 30 55 63 24 47 3 6 62 11 S3 5* 52 :;i 36 3 3 .633 N 60 .633 .629 .626 .600 .6no .600 .467 .467 .466 .466 .444 .429 .42» .429 .429 .421 .413 .400 .400 .376 .375 .333 .333 .33.8 .300 .28« 2 73 .260 . 250 .10 7 .14* .000 .000 .000 30 61 21 50 22 9 68 63 16 41 *0 37 23 17 27 49 «8 24 24 52 2« 32 24 11 47 26 47 11 1* 27 27 2« 9 16 29 36 41 «7 63 18 40 34 74 1* 40 33 4« 41 3 8 24 40 46 49 48 46 15 7 65 49 67 32 «7 13 13 39 I Ford, Brk. . . 87 15 Plttenger, Chi. «0 * Snvder. N.Y..139 15 Kelly. N.Y 264v 40 83 K. Adams Chi.269 43 *4 Cox, Brk. ... 109 1 * 34 Pinelll, Cin, ..1 65 23 51 Henllne, Phil.143 24 44 Gooch. Pts . . 78 11 Toporeer, SL.101 11 Brown. Brk 2*2 42 Terry, N.Y....181 34 South'rth, NY.1 81 38 56 Frelgau, Chi..179 23 12 12 1 0 24 31 86 10 66 0 64 .332 .331 .326 .321 .321 .317 .315 .314 .312 .312 .309 .301 . 31(8 .307 . .tOo .30 4 ,304 .302 Totals By innings: Des Moines Hit« .......... Lincoln Hits .3* . H PCA K ; A 3 0 0 3 23 0 0 3 I 0 1 6 ft0 • 4 1 0 0 2o 0 0 2 \ 1 1 t 0 0 1 9 3 ft „ — —— 1 27 • 1 H ro A K 1 3 0 9 O 3 a 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 .7 0 * 0 9 0 3 31 0 0 3 3 0 1 2 2 0 0 12 0 II 1 0 0 0 2 0 j A _ — —•—■ 11 27 U 0 ft 0 0 0 0 0- - 2 A B RIt PO A Carey, rf ... . . 5 0 ft 1 A Moor«, 2b ... . . 6 I 2 2 1 Cuylar, rf . . 2 1 A1 1 Barnhart, if.. . . 4 2 3 1 9 Traynor, 3b . . . 3 2 12 1 Wrlgb t, •» . . . 4 1 1 2 4 Mclnnl*. 1b. . . . . 3 0 2 11 0 Gooch, o . .. 3 ft 1 1 1 Meadow», p . . . . 3 010 j_ Tot » I» ..... . .33 ~7 10 27 1 4 By innings: Cincinnati ... Pittsburgh Summary : oonoooio 0—1 ... .0 o 40 0 0 3 0 X—T Two-base hit — Melnni«, run—\\ right. Stolen base—Cuvier, M • to Mdnnls; May to Cavenay to Bres-l-r; Wright to McTnnl». Base on KC • * >rr Rixey 2; off May 1; off Meadows S. Struck out —By Rixey 2; by May 1; by Meadows I. Left on ha-* run inn > . Pittsburgh 1. Umpires-—Quiggley, Moran ar.d Wilson. Woodmen l’lay Tie With Reformatory M W A No. 960 played a (1** o game at the Reformatory Fridav o evening. Yordy. Woodmen catcher. - hit two over tlie fence M. W A. » will play at Martel, July 1?. Scorsi by innlncs: 1 ' '} 1 1 " V'„V*V(, 8 iModern VV....4 01001 0—« 12 S* >V„Vo0o\0i°00- Ì nernrmtanry 1 « 2 0 1 0 2 -« « 2 ’ ...................... Patterlcs— Summary: .“SJJJJ-1 ,on,‘" aml Lincoln 1. T'i-n.l'--- hI,-T, .(„(2, Griffin. Two-base hit—Haworth, • Brucker. Pall««. Double play-r. to Stu\engen to Brausen. Left on t.ase Yordv -ml VanHorne; Roas a Live Wire. Ufe of the partv: Ross Votings nf the Giants. They write It ‘‘Young” tlio circuit, but it is D«* Moines 5, Lincoln 12. .struck out- 7 S"iI.LT7m K-Äs- Vn T.X.«. -t^ W. ^man—Knaupp by PsIU*. Time— 1:4„. ¡ ,]y ]ivrs Rn„ would l ather be in 1 he game than own an oil well at home. He is pugnacious and rough u on apponents, a scrapper always and goes into tantrums at the real n or alleged injustice of the umpires. Umpires—Held »nd Johnson. $ --------De« Moines. Braceo, 3b . Connslly, ** Langford, cf ■ Griffin, rf Stuvengen, 1h F. Wetzel. if Knaupp. 2b . I,ingle, c .......... Brown, p. Rader K Wetzel, p . Thomas, p .. A B 6 4 3 6 3 4 6 4 1 1 rn 3 0 o 11 13 Totals ................. Rader batted for Brown in aixih. Lincoln. AB K H . 4 1 H PITCH EUS’ RECORD. (.600 or better.) W L Pet Greanfiald N. Y. .4 Greene, Brk. .. 2 Sheehan, Pts... 1 L’hrlgh, Phil... I Reinhart, St L.. 1 Huntzlnaer NY.. . 4 Meadowi. Pts. .11 .10 .10 6 . 6 .in 4 Rixey, cin. .. Scott, NY. ... Jones. Chi. ... Desn, NY .......... Vance, Brk. ... 8herd«l, S.L. . C. Adame. Pts. Huhbeli, Brk . Dyer. St. L..« Rebnt. St. L. . Bentley, N.Y. . Kremer, Pta. . Petty, Brk. ... Morri»«n, Pta. Haines, St.L.. Betts, Phil. . Knight, Phil. . V. Barnea, NY, Donohu«, cin. .10 Sothoron, S.L. . 6 Ehrhardt, Brk. 6 Yrte, Pts ..................6 Ring, Phil. ... 7 Cooney, Boa. .. 7 Luque, Cin .... 9 Carlaon, Phlt. , . 7 Kaufmann, Chi . 6 Oenewlch, oBa.. 4 Aldrldga, Pta... 4 L. Benton, Bo«.. 3 Jacobs, Chi. .. 2 1.000 1 .000 1 .000 1 .000 l.ooo .800 .7.13 .714 .714 .714 .71 4 .667 .667 .667 . 6*7 .667 . «3« .636 .63* .626 .616 .600 .600 .600 .683 .666 .66« .646 . 686 .63* .63* .633 . 600 .600 I .500 .600 .600 .500 BB SO 23 17 3Î 103 12 21 10 34 30 Moore, cf Purdy, If Krueger, 2b Shaner. rf Brucker, c Haley, 3b . Flaskamper, Beck, lb . Christian, p TO 3 3 A T. Commencing Monday Morning o ¡ I FOR Totals .... By innings: Des Moines Hit ................... Lincoln Hits .......... 14 16 27 10 One Week Only .02101021 0—? ..22201032 1—13 ..42001331 X—14 ..6 2 1 0 1 3 2 1 X—16 -Brausen, Summary: Three-base hit- F Wetze!. Llngle. Brucker. rwo-ba» hit—Stuvengen, Shaner. Stolen base Brausen. Connaily. Purdy, Krueger Flaskamper 2. Sacrifice hit—Moore. Brucker. Haley. Double p'«> I,rnu^n to Stuvengen; Purdy to Brucker- to Krueger to Beck. Lft on base—I Mohie* it, Lincoln 9 Struck out *■> Brown 1. by Wetzel 2. by CHrlstUn YOU Can Take Your Pick from 31 3.9 23 20 14 20 20 2* 3 4 35 63 31 *7 39 17 29 23 16 American League. 25 TWO bags FOR 15 cents* TEAM RATTI NO. AB n H SH SB Pet Detroit ___ 2619 4SI 77« 10 Phils.................... 1346 400 723 Washington 2Í93 366 701 St. Louis ..2633 435 765 73 30 Chicago ___ 127* 36* 64# 101 Cleveland ...2263 350 617 #4 New York . . Î406 339 677 7 3 83 46 86 «7 «4 39 36 .30 9 . 7 ft* ..’<011 .302 .2*6 . ?«3 .2*1 Boston .2367 336 «43 57 23 ^40 »SS du THI NET THE Organizera of the Fremont Tennis club have placed the Dodge county metropolis on the tennis map once more. The club has a string of courts and a numbdr are also located on the Midland college campus, over one hundred players actiely competing in the racquet sport this year. Bass on bali*—Off Brown 2. off .7. off Thomas 1, off Christian *. Hit batsman—Purdy by W»tz»k H|ta »nd r,m„—off Brown, 10 and 7 In 6 Innings off Wetzel, 5 and « in. 1 1-3 innings; oif Thomas, 1 and 1 in 1 2-3 innings. Ln.Ing pitcher—Brown. Time—2:1*- Umpires— Johnson and Held. Any Suit NOTES OF TK^ GAMES. Knaupp perpetrated the only Demon error in the morning fray- a throw to first which slightly pulled Stuvengen off the bag. In the afternoon, however, the visitors smeared their escutcheon with ji quartet of fielding blunders, Brau- nen hobbling twice and Llngle exuding two wild throws. The Links were in fine fielding ] fettle, breezing through the two games without a skip or miss. The attendance both morning and afternoon was a distinct disappointment to both clubs. Line drives by Krueger and Shaner landed plump In Pete Brausen’» glove, one of which the in the House for IOO cigarettes FOR 15 cents. Another “Bull” Durham advertisement by Will Roger#, Ziegfeld Follies and screen star, and leading American humorist. Mora coming. Watch for them. TEAM FIELDING. POA E New York ......... 184483» 68 WaahingtAil 1816812 70 Detroit .............. 1927 947*7 Philadelphia .... . 18ft3 *11 9ft Chicago ............. 1132 «11 96 St. I.oui* ............ 1908 »96 106 Cleveland .......... .1896 939 111 Boaton .............. .1814813 114 Nebraska tennis players have been Invited to altend the southwestern Iowa tennis tournament to be held at Shenandoah, la , July 912. Baseball • LANDIS FIELD LINCOLN VS DES. MOINES 1 July S end 6 .SUNDAY DOUBLE HEADER First Gam. at 2 p. m. Nothing shown less than $35.00, and from that up to $50.00. BIGGEST AND GREATEST VALUES SHOWN IN LINCOLN ESSHHKHSEi INDIVIDUAL BATTING (.300 or better.) R H SH SB Prt P. S. There is going to be another piece in this paper soon. Look for it ■im tmßmm Él « îï. J •ïfhHîîîî^iiaâH^ri-: M w Guaranteed by mm AB Ru«th#r Wah. 48 Pnbb. Det....242 Wlngo, D«t. ..173 Heilmann. Dat.24« Burke. Dat. . . 25 Hendrick, Civ. 16 W. .Tohna’i Wh 66 H. Ri<e, St.L-.l21 Lamar. Phil.316 Foth'glll. D«t..l05 21 40 Carlyle, Boa..105 16 *9 Simon*. Phil.2*1 • «2 1*4 Speaker. Clev.244 40 70 Paarhal. NY... 17 24 32 Hal#. Phi! 13» 2» 61 C.mba, N.Y ..2*4 66 9« K Wlll'ma. S L.279 66 99 Sl«1«r. St. L...314 60 111 I'olllm. Cht.. . 24« 4* «7 Goal in, W»h. .27 2 66 9« Boone, Bo*. ..285 49 1*0 \V*htl6 1« 40 K Rica ,Wsh.28* 62 ino Vache, B<.«. .150 31 62 ■ LaMott«, St.L. 97 1* 33 Barrelt, « hi...53 '12 1* Wch. N.Y.., ** q 29 ; Cochrane, l*hi!179 25 «0 ■ Manush, Dat. 1 27 20 -4 1 j Sowell. Clev.26* 38 Shaely. Chi . 265 44 *8 Burn*. Clev.. 1*« 2* 6« Blue. Det 26« 4« 12 19 Gehrig. NT. .11* 3* «« 3 Klugman. C»a*.. 7 9 33 8. Harrla, Wh***’ *0 93 31 Base Ball Scores by Direct Wire! 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