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    THE OMAHA DAII/Y BEE : HURvSDAY , MAY 31 , 1801.
{ TDB THAT WOULDN'T ' WORK
Union Park Judges Block a Llttlo Scheme of
tlio Horsemen.
HOLIDAY CROWD AT THE RACES
Talent Ilml Ifnrd Work to Urrnk Kren on
the Harm Wenthor nnd Truck lloth
I'nvnrccl < lee l Hporl ; Bluirt Il -
Jnnco Horned Uri-doinlnnto.
That was surely a fine crowd In attend
ance at the Union Park races yesterday
afternoon , filling as It did both of the big
grand stands , the quarter stretch , prom
enades and betting flhcd , The fluid was
a sight within Itself , crowded as It was from
rail to the Inside course , with fancy turn
outs and turnouts that were not so fancy.
The big throng was exceedingly dilatory In
putting In an appearance , but when they
did begin to come , they came In droves ,
every motor train being laden to the corner
on the platforms with Joyous , expectant and
weH-drcfised humanity. At 2 o'clock , the
hour originally scheduled for the start of
the flrat event , the park presented anything
liul 'an encouraging or animated appear
ance. There was a handful of rubbers and
hustlers congregated on the north end of
the grand stand and a stray vo-
hide or two could bo seen hitched about the
paddock rail , and that was about all. It
icacmbled a hugo frost and the management
was wrapped In the silence and gloom.
Shortly after 2 , however , the hosts began to
arrive , nnd on up to 3 o'clock there was a
steady Inpour , until the assemblage took on
the dimensions of a most respectable holi
day crowd. Had It not have been
for the after loon parades In both
cities It would not bo cr-
travdgant to venture that 6,000 people would
have witnessed the afternoon's sport , as It
was fully one-half this number were on hand
and went away In the evening with the feelIng -
Ing that the afternoon had been most enJoyably -
Joyably ipentTlere ) , was a surprisingly
largo number of ladles present , and their
beaming faces , bright eye * and airy raln-
mont lent a charm to the scene that could
have been gatherd from no other source.
Of course , the spirit of speculation , that
ever agitates the human breast , was rlfo
In the most robust form , and not only were
the bookies kept on the jump all the time ,
but It wn n case of put up or shut up on all
hands , even the beloved fair ones staking
their pin money with a recklessness that
amounted to prodigality. All the sporty
boys , from the dapper counter-hopper , dashIng -
Ing railroad clerk , becancu dude , the mer
chant , the lawyer and the doctor , down to
chop house flunkies , brakemen , street Arabs
and no\ys boys , were there , betting their
money and wind with an energy and tplrlt
that would have Induced a strange to believe
that ho was either at Hawthorne or
Gravcsond.
Again the weather was admlssablc. The
rain of the previous night had lain the dust ,
softened the track and tempered the atmos
phere to a degree that was absolutely
beatific , and all hands and the hired man
had a good time , and did not care who
knew It.
TALENT WAS OFF.
Backers fared none too well on the after
noon's results , In splto of the fact that they
picked three winning favorites , for they
took short prices and wound up with an
oiMg-on choice In Molllo Penny , she looking
n stlre thing , notwithstanding her top
weight , but at three to five gave only the
most daring a chance to get out on the day.
And then to have a two. to ono dog come In
and nipped the pltinl ( and plunged them
* Xtihjeper into the slough'was tough , Indeed ,
thlt Is , tough on 111039 ; Who Proposed to even
up on Molllo. , . t i
The sensation to the flay -was.tho third
race , six furlongs , which proved to bo ono
of the rankest jobs fever perpetrated In a
race course. The execution of work was
so clumsy that It Wj 3 plain to the veriest
tyro on the track , and resulted In being
declared no race , all bets Off , nnd the owner
of I-doIfy , P. B. Young , the worthy , ruled
off the track the second day , but reinstated ,
in being again ruled off , this time in com
pany with his clever little mare and Jockey
Reynolds. The scheme was purely among
horsemen , who assaulted the pool box on
Yankee Ban at 2 and 3 to 1 and even
money , over such well tried winners as
I-do-fy and Imported ! Asbeu , but when It
required such lumbering efforts on the part
of the Held to let Yankee. In first , the whole
snap was given awayr Judge Sopor's de
cision In the matter \vas greeted with con
tinued ant ] vociferous cheers.
SAT DOWN ON A JOB.
The first event was flvo and ono-half fur
longs , purse $100 , with six to get nway , and
wont to J. West's Colcrntne. who started
favorlto at 3 to 5 and won well In hand ,
after waiting until on the straight run for
home , when ho went past Royalty , Breeze
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HISTORY
OF THE. .
i WORLD'S FAIR
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on , both. IJci.
MAONIlflCBNTLY ILLUSTRATED.
and Negus Ilka 10 many fence posts. Roy
altjr was Bccoml. NCRUS third and Dixie IJ
Breeze and Burkli coming' in In the order
named ,
The second race was the isamc
distance , with flvo horses aniwer-
IHR the buRle's blast. Udmond
Connolly wag picked out for the good thlnjj
and this he proved to be , wlnnlnp without
turning n hair , that too , after belnc Inter
fered with at the ttart by Klynn and Ham-
tin.
tin.Tho
The third race , nix furlongs , wn the job
previously referred to. Young's chcstnu
ntly , 1-Do-Ky , was a 4 to G favorite , with
Aabcn C to S and Yankee Ban 2 to 1 ant
later on even money. The Whole affair was
a farce , the skates galloping homo Ilko n
lot of furniture vans , In 1:18V4. : I-Uo-Fy'a
jockey did not got under way until the flelt
had a thirty yards' lead , then ho went after
them with his head piilk'd slilcwlae , am
succeeds ! by tremendous exertion In remainIng -
Ing In the rear. On ncarlng the wlro Rey
nolds knew ho must make some sort of a
play to deceive the judges , so ho gave the
filly a little rope , and she closed on
the trll Ilko an electric car after
an Ice wagon , and Reynolds wa ;
again compelled to pull her all out
round to save his friend's stuff In the book
maker's box. Yankee Unu , Asben nnd Negus
came In en a line , Yankee Bait having the
beat of U by a short neck. After the up
roar which the bold-faced scheme had caused
had subsided , Judge Leper announced to the
crowd :
All bets on this race arc declared off ; the
race was no race , nnd the owner of I-De-Fy
and his Jockey are ruled off the track.
The fourth race , Omaha , handicap , purse
$300 , a mlle and an eighth , was n Christmas
present for the favorlto , Sight Draft. Ho
fairly lolled through the Journey , accom
panied part of the way by Henry R , the
rest stringing out like a torchlight proccs
slon. This contest proved that there are
only sprinters engaged In the meccttng , that
In anything over the quarters , the best of
them are not o lot a doga.
The last race , half mile , was won , after a
struggle , by Sam Jones , an oven money
choice. Ho broke first on a good start and
mndo the running clear of the favorlto , Mol
llo Penny , and with Tiger second and Lllllo
Lochlel third. Coming clown the stretch
the Lllllo moved up to second , and there
stuck , Jones winning on n whipping finish
by half a length.
The newsboys' handicap , half mile , was
won by a representative ot the Nonparlel ,
with Bromley of the same sheet second and
Leffert third.
SUMMARIES OF THE DAY.
First race , purse JluO , live and one-hair
furlongs , for all ages that have started and
not boon placed at this meeting , to cairy
110 pounds , no sex allowance : Colcraln * .
ch. g. , conrad up. Hindoo-Waif , J. yest ,
won ; Royalty , 110 , ch. K. . Renown-Imp.
Maud Lyons , Patterson & Co. , second ; Ne
gus , 110 , b. K. , Story-Gamma , C. A. Alder-
son , third. Time : 1:1IVJ. :
Second race , purse J1CO , flvo and one-half
furlongs , for beaten horses , fifteen pounds
below the scale : Ed Connolly , 110 , b. h. ,
Klngsbury up , Imp. Dutch Roller-Imp.
Rosemary , C. W ! Ilall , wont Georgia Ham-
lln , 102 , ch. in. , War Slgn-Charlton Maid ,
J. A. Prltchnrd. second ; Hoodoo , 105 , b. jr. ,
Longfellow-LlKhtnlng , J. J. Ryan , thhil.
Mike Klynn , George Bullett and Tommy H
also running as placed.
Third race , purse $100 , six furlongs , own
ers' handicap , minimum weight 100 pjunds :
Yankee Ban , 105 , b. h. , * Jones up , Iowa
Ban-Llmmlt , M. C. Mulleb , won ; Asbsn ,
103 , b. h. , Petrach-Imp. Astolat. Terre
Haute stables , second : Negus , 100 , b. g. ,
Story-Gamma , C. A. Alderson , third. Tim-- :
1:1SV4. :
Fourth race. Omaha handicap , purse J3W ,
mile and nn eighth , for all ages , ten pounds
below the scale , no sex allowances : Light
Draft , 110. b. h. . MnrUham up , Spendthrltt-
Helena , T. Bacon , won ; Henry R , 110 , b. g. ,
Big Henry-Belle , C. A. Alderson. second ;
Barkis , 11C , ch. K. , Wheatley-Follv , Sadie
Fisher , third. John J I and Doctor B also
ran. Time : 2:00'/2. :
Fifth race , purse J100 , half mile , for al !
ages : Sam Jones , 110 , blk. g. . Black Nick-
Unknown , 8. C. Ross , won ; Llllle Lochlel ,
115 , gr. m. , Yotinvc Lochlel-Unknown , R.
Newman , second ; World's Fair , 105 , b. h. ,
Faustus-Ella Pnyne , Patterson & Co. , third.
Molllo Penny , Earl and Dick Tiger also
ran. Time : 0:49V6. :
Today's card embraces five events.
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1UA riCKWJC'K'S "ORKAl' HUN.
MIO CovoVii a T.ong/-Juurncy In'Tlmo Hqunl
* to the World's Itpcorrt ?
CINCINNATI , May 30. The greatest day
that Latonlit has ever had fell on this
Decoration day. Ten , thousand spectators
were present. The day was cloudy , but the
traclc was In good condition. Tlie Decora
tion handicap was the event of'the day ,
nnd the best race ever seen here. laa
Pickwick , who won this stake two years
ago , came to the front again 'today , and
the same rider who 'guided her > to victory
then brought her In a second time on the
best tlnje ever made , equaling the world's
record for the-distance. Ida Pickwick cov
ered the mile and three-sixteenths In l:59)i : ) ,
breaking the track record by half a second
end and equaling the recotds made by Ru
dolph at Washington park In July , 1893 ,
and Lorenzo at Garlleld park m August ,
1892. But Ida Pickwick's' performance was
deserving of more credit than either ot
these others. She won easily , almost In a
canter , carrying top weight , 120pounds ,
while Rudolph curried 107 and Lorenzo 101
when they established the record. Ida
Pickwick was one of the first of three
from the llrst and went to the front at the
heutl of the stretch and kept her lead with
out being touched by whip or spur , winning
very easily by nearly two lengths. Lnzza-
rene , the Derby winner , was made favor
ite by the crowd , but he finished an Inglor
ious ninth In the field of ten. A better
clusa of horses than usual contested the
various events , and large fields were the
rule. The fa\orltes were utterly frozen
out , not one landing the money. Crevasse
In the llrst ran second , Strathrot finished
last In the second. Pirate King , the second
choice , winning the purse. Blanche Ken-
no y , the second ch'olcc , won the third race ,
while the favorlto finished fifth. Lnzzaronu
was ninth In the handicap. La Haveno
got the place In the fifth , while Mary
Keene , a 10 to 1 chance , won. The second
choice , Tremona , wna the last race , while
the favorite , Issle O , was unplaced. Ru-
suits :
First race , fifteen-sixteenths of n mile :
Koko (9 ( to 2) won. Crevasse (8 to 5) second ,
C5. B. Cox 17 to 1) third. Time : 1:35. :
Second race , one mile : Pliate King (2 tu
1) ) won , Elva ( G to 1) ) becoiitl , Bob L (10 ( to 1) )
third. Time : Il2'-i. :
Third race , five fut longs : Blanche ICenney
(3 ( to 1) won , The I'rlticesH ( , \ to 1) second ,
ainno (10 ( to 1) thlid. Time : I:02i4. :
Fourth race , Dccotntlaii handicap , worth
K.7GO to the winner , for 3-year-olds and
upwards , mile and thrco-sixtfeuths : lua
Pickwick (4 ( to 1) won. Kind Lee ( S to 1)
second , Snblnc (15 ( to 1) ) third. Time : l:594. :
Fifth nice , nlt'.e-iilxtecntlis of n mile :
Mary Ktmne (10 ( to 1) won , . La Huvena (5 ( to
2) ) second , Bouklo ( fl to 1) third. Time :
0.57VJ.
Sixth race , fifteen-sixteenths of a mlle :
Tiomona (3 ( to 1)oii. ) . Vnllera (7 ( to 2) ) second
end , Little Walter (9 to 3) ) thlid. Time :
1:33. :
RAY S HY A'SOAJST KONK.
Mrmorhil htiilio lit .St. I.nulH Olio of the
I'lnritt IliK'cn Kver Wiitrhed by u Crowd.
ST , LOUIS , May 30. Seldom Is u grander
nice Keen than the Memorial handicap run
today nt the Fair grounds before U.OCM ex
cited enthusiasts. And U wan Ray S * race
by little more than nn cyc-laMh , The jour
ney was a battle from start ? o finish , and
none WUH PVPV/ought harder. Indeed , per
haps , none but un Overtoil could Imvu taken
the money from Yo Tnmblcn. The betting
closed nt 5 to 2 on the fnvmltrs. Ray B and
Linda being coupled lit this quotation , with
Yo Tumlilen rnrrjintr the larger nhni of the
talent's money ut th > s snmo figure. Sound-
more wan close on at < ; to L Chlmvlck nnd
Pekln were at 10 , Wlldwuod at 12 and Lo-
gnn ut 20. The fluid got oft to .1 good start ,
with Ray S lending , tlhlswlck hviotul nnd
Soundmnre third. Down past the wire to
thri first qunilur th y went easily , Logan
showing his hold , Heie Yo Tumblen began
to work n little harder , und at the half
unti In the lend , C'hHwIck second and Wildwood -
wood third. Jlttlu more Hum heads upart.
Overtoilviw Having his mount. At the
thive-quarters Overtoil had begun to show
the eltect of his previous ensy riding. Ray
S dime Into the lead xtrong und moving
' islly. Yo Tniublt'ii but u head behind.
Chlswlclc and Soiwdmon ? were tlghtlni ; for
third place. So they ran through the
> tretch : , Chris Smith's brave mare gaining
Inch by Inch. Clout ; to the ulre they cume ,
closer nnd closer came th mnn- , * nut the
uliu was reached and Ray S wni In the
lend , but by the scuntrst of noses , not six
Inches nopanitlnp the two nnlmals. In the
meantime Souiulmore. moved up and beat
Ohlxwlck fiir third pluuc. Three other
favorites won. and the tulvnt went homo
happy. In the .club members' handicap
Saturday Williams will probnhly have the
mount on Yo Tumblen. The \\t-.ithcr today
\MIH clear ami the track fust. Rrsults-
First race , ulx furlongs ; Despair ( S to 1)
won , Constantine ( { to 1) ) second , Lord Wll-
lowbiook (10 ( to n third. Time' 1:15.
Second race , mile und un eighth ; Senator
Irby (4 ( to 5) won. Tin (2 ( to 1) second. Al-
cenor (4 to 1) ) third. Time : 1:69. :
Third nire. live furlongs- Bob Carter (1 (
to S ) won. Nellie H (0 to 1) second , Ida H
(0 ( to U third. Tlmo ltfl',4
Fourth race , mile and a sixteenth , Memo
rial handicap , value $2.000 : Rnjr 8 (5 ( to 2)
won , Yo Tnmblen (5 to 2) ) second , Sound
more (6 ( to 1) third. Time1:48 : % . .
Fifth race , nte plrchnne : Iron Duke (3 t
5) ) won , Laurels (12 to 1) second , Repcnle
(8 ( to 1) ) third. Time : 2llW. :
Sixth race , six furlongs' General Ros
( fi to 1) won. Vestibule (5 ( to 1) ) second , Cos
(20 ( to 1) third. Time : 1:15
OI'KNINU DAY AT MORRIS PARK.
Dnvo ( llilrnn Lend * n Damp In the .Juvenile
nml Dr. Rico iluitlflm III * llncknrn.
NEW YORK. Mny S0.-Flve thousand people
ple wcro present at Morris Park for th
opening of the season. The talent me
with n facer In the Juvenile stakes , tu
David Gideon plnycd his colt ICcnn as 1
he hud a mortgage on all the stakes In
which he wAs engaged. Irlnre of Monaco
took the truck at the start nnd never re
llnqulshcd It , winning by a length at the
comfortable odds of r > to 1. For the Cherry
Diamond handicap Dr. Rico wni an odijs
on favorite and fully justified the opinion
of his backers. Ho hud to give lots o
weight away to the others , und had to
make the pace as well , but he did b.itl
under a heavy pull and won easily ? Re
suits :
First race , five-eighths of a mlle : Stone
neil (9 to 10) ) won , Dr. Hnsbrook (11 to 10
second , Llzzctta (20 ( to 1) ) third. Time
1:0)14. : )
Second race , one mile : Captain T (12 to 1
won , Elroy (3 ( to 1) ) second , Long Bead
(15 to 1) third. Time : 1HU
Third race , Juvenile stakes , live furlongs
Prince of Monaco (5 ( to 1) won * Kuan (2 ( to
C ) second. Firebrand (20 tel ) third
Time : 1OOV4.
Fourth race , mile and n. sixteenth : Dr
Rice (3 ( to 6) ) won , Restraint (40 ( to 1) second
end , Count (8 ( to 1) ) third. Time : l : ly
Fifth race , live-eighths ot a mile : Koslta
(20 ( to 1) ) won. King Gold (7 ( to 1) ) second
Snlsllla (10 ( to 1) ) third. Time : 1:01. : -
Sixth race , one mile : Roche ( G. to C ) won
Atrophlne (4 ( to 1) ) second , Doy Farglll (8
to 1) third. Time : 1:41. :
llrlglitoii llntch IlrsultR.
NEW YORK , May 30. The Brighton
Bench summaries :
First race , live-eighths of a mile , selling
Nick (13 ( to 10) ) won-Lord Harry (11 ( to 6'
second , Wood Chopper (30 ( to 1) ) third , Tlnu }
Second race , one-half mile : Llngera (3 ( !
to 1) ) won , Hlghpolnt Belle (3 to J ) second
Cora (0 to 1) third. Time : 0:14 : . .
Third race , one mile : Sir Knight ( G to 5
won , Libertine (9 ( to 1) ) second , Soprano' (10
to 1) third. Time : 1:1214.
Fourth race , mlle and a sixteenth : Wal
ter-son ( G to 5) ) won , Dooltttlc (7 ( to 1) ) second
l owlander (4 ( to 1) ) third. Time : 1:5014. :
Fifth race , mile nnd an eighth , selling
Chlswell (7 to 5) won. Marshal (7 ( to' GJ
second , St. Anthony (20 to 1) third , T/me /
Sixth race , , one mile : Silverado ( G to/l )
won , Harry Alonzo (8 ( to 1) ) second , .Chaun-
cey , (8 to 1) ) third. Tlmo : Ii44 < / , .
Seventh race , steeplechase , shprt course
Ingot (10 ( to 1) ) won , St. John (2 ( to , 1) ) second ,
Persistence (7 ( to 2) ) third. Time ; 3:17i4. :
I'liilOiri nt Iliiwthorur.
HAWTHORNE , May 30.-Flrst race , one-
half mile : Whyota won , Ictorla second.
Jack Frey third. Time : 0:51. :
Second race , one mile : Cycely won ,
Equity second , Dungarvln third. Time :
1:43. :
1:43.Third
Third race , seven-eighths of a mile : Pop
Gray won , Rudolph second , Strathmeath
third. Time : 1:30. :
Fourth race , mile and an eighth : Patrick
won , Pat Malloy second , Rapldan third.
Time : 1:59. :
Fifth race , three-quarters of a mile : Je
rome won. Auditorium second , Maryland
third. Time : 1:19.
Sixth race , three-fourths of a mile :
George F. Smith won , Burrel's Billet second
end , Idyl third. Time : 1:18. :
Seventh race , three-fourths of a mlic :
Goto won , Wlghtman second , The Kitten
third. Time : 1:17. :
On the Old I.'omlnlon Track.
WASHINGTON. May SO.-First race , five
furlongs : Kclm won , Little Charlie second ,
Annorenn third. Time : l:03i. : |
Second race , four and one-half furlongs :
Katie Gray won , Evelyn Carter second ,
Ida McDanlel third. Time : 0:57W. :
Third race , seven furlongs : Lotion won ,
Diablo second , Brussels third. Tlmel.-3015.
Fourth race , five furlongs : Topmast won ,
Hollywood second , Major Thornton third.
Time ! 1:0.1 : % .
Fifth race , one mile , handicap : "Early
Dawn won. Elphln. second , Lamp thlra.
Time : iVll'A.
Sixth race , six furlongs : Doc Birch won ,
Rein d'Or secJond , Blackwood third. Time :
RUMPUS IN Till : JOCKKV CI.U1) .
Kd Corrlgan Make * a Violent Ship nt the
Western Turf Congress ,
NEW YORK , May 30. It seems that It
was somewhat of a stormy session that the
stewards of the Jocky club held with the
representatives of the Brighton beach , Sara
toga and Chicago tracks on Monday night.
The first reports were meager , but It has
Ijecome known that Edward Corrlgan , who
was present at the meeting as the repre
sentative of his Hawthorne track at Chicago ,
had let out a roar against the Western Turf
congress as loud as 1C he were a veritable
bull of Baslinn. Corrlgan had naked the
stewards ot the Jockey club If ho would bo
permitted to establish a foreign book at his
race track , provided ho took out a license.
Ho was politely Informed that that was n
matter which ho must discuss with tlio
Western Turf congress. He was told that
the Jockey club , as representing the
cast , was under agreement of the turf com
mission , as the representing the west , that
neither should Interfere with licensing of
.lie tracks In the other's domain beyond the
Icensed tracks must como under jockey
rules.
"Who represents the west ? " roared Corrl
gan. "You say the Western Turf congress
does ? Why. those welchers don't represent
anything. If you want proper representa
tives of the western turf you had better
como to Washington park or Hawthorne ,
and wo don't belong to the turf congress. "
The stewards Insisted , however , that Cor-
Ig&n must make application for license
to the Turf congress and must thcro obtain
whatever Information ho desired regarding
its foreign book.
"As a matter of fact , " says President
John Hunter , "tho Western Turf congress
cannot glvo Its permission to Corrlgan to
un a foreign book without breaking Its
covenant with the Jockey club. We have
agreed to a certain set of rules , and these
rules forbid a foreign book. The matter
may yet bo arranged satisfactorily. "
Sporting men are betting that Corrlgan ,
vho Is a born fighter , will have a foreign
book , license or no license , turf congress
or no turf congress.
Nn\v Kngliind I.uu-n TfimU Championship.
NBW HAVEN , May 30. In the New
England championship lawn tennta tourni-
nent tlio matches In the preliminary rounds
ot the singles have been played off. Score :
J. T. Terry of Yale beat E. Craggln of
New Hnven. 7-9 , 6-2 , G-l.
A. E. Foote of Yale beat A , Godlan of
Hartford , G-2. 0-1.
F. W. Wright of Yale , walk-overr F.
Hart of Yale , absent.
J. E. .Miller of New Huven , walk-over ; E.
Smith of Yale , absent.
O. S. Brynn of Bridge port beat J. i\
Nichols of Yale , I-G. 6-4 , 8-1.
W. S. Parker ot Yale beat W. L. Phelps
of Ynlo , G-0 , 6-0.
R. Hooker of New Haven 'beat W.
Ewrlght of Columbia , 6-3 , 6-3.
W. 1C. Fowler of Yale beat E. D. Trow-
irldge of New Haven , 6-1 , 6-2. .
A. E. Kent ot Now Haven beat. J. Dudc-
ler of Ynle. 6-0 , 6-0.
Fisher of New Haven beat R. Plnchola ,
G-l , U-2.
Axtoll Detent * ICrarnoy.
AXTI3LL. Neb. , May 30.-Speclal ( Tele
gram to The Bee. ) A hotly contested base
jail game wnu played on the Axtell diu *
mend between Axtell unif Kearney today.
The game wns very exciting all through ,
iwlng to the close work by each tcum.
Scoru :
Kearney 3 0100501 1 11
\xtell 2-12
Batteries : Scllen and Burman ; Black and
Pickering. Umpire ; England.
Ru nit * of tlio Cullogn Game * .
PROVIDENCE , II. I , , May 30-Yalo , 4 ;
Jrown , 1.
CAMBRIDGE , Mass. , May SO.-Hurvard ,
0 ; Ynle. 4. '
PHILADELPHIA. Mny 30-Pennsylvanln ,
C ; Cornell. 0.
PRINCETON , Mny 30. Princeton , 0 ; An-
lover , 2.
NKW HAVEN , Conn. , Mny 20. Yale , ' 98 ,
ID ; Harvard. ' 97 , 1.
WILLIAMSTOWN , Mass. , Mny 30. Wll-
lums & Amlierst , o.
lluiiipdcii Will Have No KIIGC * .
SPRINGFIELD , Mass. . May 30- For the
Irst tlmo In twenty-live years the Hump-
Ion Park association baa voted to hold
no trotting and pacing races this year.
The action Is Ihe result of the raids made
on the pool sellers lost year , and which
casea arc atlll pending In court. The di
rectors of the association do not believe
hat they can make the raccu pay without
pool
OMAHA CETSJfB IN A SPLIT
Bourke Divides Garj jwith Book Island in
a not Content ,
t Hill
BOXENDALE BATT6D ALL OVER THE FIEID
! / .
tt I tt r *
Hnrrjr Hugo's Young 1'crnonn Connect Fre
quently with the ImUnn'a Currrs Mc-
Blncklti Wns littler In Ilia After
noon-Other * ITollilnJScores. .
HOCK ISLAND , 111. , May 30. ( Special
Telegram to The Deo. ) Hock Island ami
Omaha tiroko even , as far as the result of
today's games la. concerned , although the Nebraskans -
braskans took two out of the series hero.
This morning the visitors lost primarily
through the miserable pitching of Uoxcn-
Oalo , who put up the most abominable ex
hibition over seen hero and was knocked
out of the box In the fourth Inning , up to
which tlmo a dozen hits and fourteen runs
had been mailo off his delivery. AnJrows ,
on the contrary , pitched tfio game of Ills
life for the locals. Uy previous agreement ,
the morning game was confined to seven
Innings. Score :
HOCK ISLAND.
AB. R. in. PO. A. E.
OMAHA.
AB. R. IB. PO. A. E.
Beery , m
Munyan , 2b .
McVey , lb
Fear , rf
Rourke. 3b
Moran , c , , .
Pedro , If.-p
Boyle , si S 0 0 1 1 1
Boxendale , p.-ss 3 0 0 0 2 1
'Totals , .20 "l 3 21 9 C
SCORE BY INNINGS.
Rock Island 7 1 0 fi 4 0 0-18
Omaha 0 000010 1
SUMMARY.
Earned runs : Rock Island , G. Two-base
lilts : Sweeney" Srtge , MuVey. Three-base
lilts : Cantllllon. First on balls : Oft Box-
endnlp , 6 ; off Andrews , ' 2 ; oft Pedro , 3.
Struck out : By Boxqndnle. 3 ; by Andrews ,
2. Passed balls : Moran. Time : Two hours
and ten minutes. Umpire : Haskell.
Thin WIIH Different.
In the afternoon Omaha got back for Its
morning defeat , putting up a splendU
game , characterized by sharp fielding um
opportune batting. TJie locals , on the other
hand , were charged with many costlv er
rors. Two thousand' people witnessed the
game , notwithstanding there was a chll
In the atmosphere. Score ;
ROCK ISLAND.
.AB. , R. IB. PO. A. E
Sweeney , m T" , . .
Cantllllon lb . .ii.'i IT 0 1 8 1
Kntz , If lUl'Si
Hill , 3b v ? . . . 5 , 0 1 1 4
Kels , rf 'nt" 5 , 0 2 0 0
Connor , 2b . ' . . . G , 2 2 3 0
Sage , c . . : . . " . 3'
Lynch , si . ' . ' . ' . . ' 4'1 2 33
Strieker , p i.v.-6' . ,
Totals , < ) 5 12 21 13
OMA IA.
olInAB.R. . IB. PO. A. E
Seery , m > . . S ( 2 3 2. 0
Munyan. 2b.1..w,4 [ | 0 1 2 2 (
'McVcy ' , lb . . . .r 0 0 7 1 (
, Fenr. rf
.Rourke , 3b..r..ia. . . ' 4 > -2 0) . .
Moran , c ; m 5i 1 3 9 l *
'Pedro ' , If . . ' . ' . . CitO
.Boyle , 8s , , . . 5 1 1 , 3 2
'McMnckin ' , "p , , w , 5 ,0 t'l. , ' 0 4
Totals /i'.h..ri..4Js ? ' 7 , 10 27 12 S
"SCOWS 'feV'INNINGS.
Rock Island c..I./1bI0 fZ 0 1 2 0 0-5
Omaha. . } ' . ' 0 - 0 " 0 2 2 2 1 0 7
SUMMARY ,
' Earned runsi 'Rock Island. 1 ; Omaha , 1
Two-base hits : Lynch. First base on balls.
Oft McMackin. 2 ; off Strieker. 6. Hit by
pitched ball : By McMackin. 1 ; by Strieker.
1. Struck .out : By Mcllacktn , 3 : by
Strieker , 1. Passed balls : Moran. Time :
Two hours. Umpire : Haskell.
JnckHmu lllo Took 'Em liotb.
JACKSONVILLE , III. , May 30.-SpecloI (
Telegram to The Bee. ) This morning Lin
coln bowed the second time to the Jackson
ville sluggers nnd acknowledged defeat In
a gentlemanly way. Lnicoln was nheai ]
up to the fifth Inning , but Jacksonville
forged ahead and the visitors could not
catch up. Dovernux made a home run In
the third Inning , but no one was on bases
and he trotted around by himself. Score :
Jacksonville 010103003 8
Lincoln 2 10000020 G
Earned runs : Jacksonville , 2 ; Lincoln , 2.
Bases on balls : Jacksonville , 6 ; Lincoln , 4.
Struck out : By Carrlah , D ; by Johnson , 9.
Base hits : Jacksonville , 11 ; Lincoln , 7.
Errors : Jacksonville , 4 ; Lincoln , 8. Bat
teries : Currish nnd Snyder ; Johnson and
Speer. Umpire : Mackey.
Another scalp dangles from the Jackson-
vllles' belt. In the third game with Lin
coln this afternoon the home team took
the lead In the second and maintained It
all the way through. There wore no spw.
clal features except Sullivan's two home
runs , one of them bringing In two men ,
and Belt's long running catch In right field.
Score :
Jacksonville 1 20030002 8
Lincoln 1 00020003 a
Earned runs : Jacksonville , 4 ; Lincoln , 4.
Two-baso hits : Strauss , Burrls. McCarthy ,
Three-base hits : Strauss. Home runs ;
Sullivan (2) ) . Struck out : By Looknbauidi ,
G ; by Emmerke , 3. Bnse hits : Jacksonville ,
14 ; Lincoln , 10. Errors : Jacksonville. 3 ;
Lincoln , 4. Butteries : Emmerke and Sny
der ; Lookabaugh and Speer. Umpire :
Mackey.
"Qulnoy Climb * Up Two .lumps ,
QUINCY , III , , May 30. ( Special Telegram
to The Bee. ) Qulncy has reorganized Us
base ball team , nnd with the new men in
the Held won both games from Des
Molnes today. The morning game was won
by hard hitting. Score :
Qulncy 0 11
Des Motnes 5
Earned runs : Qulncy , 9 ; Des Molnes , 4.
Batteries : McQrevey nnd Johnson ; May-
turn and Jones. Base hits : Qulncy , 18 ;
Des Molnes , 13. Errors : Qulncy , 1 ; Des
Molnes , 0.
The afternoon game was also won by
timely hitting. Score :
Qutncy 1 0030020 2 8
Des Molnes 0
Earned runs : Qutncy , C ; Des Molnes , 5.
Batteries : McOrevey and Johnson ; Brls-
tow and Jones. Base hits : Qulncy. 12 ; Des
Molnes , 10. Errors : Qulncy , 5 ; Des Molnes , 2.
Teorlii nml M ; , Io Divide.
PEORIA. HIMa ? 30. ( Special Telegram
to The Bco. ) DucowUloniday was observed
with two games of bull. In which the
Poorlnn broke even with the St. Joes , win
ning the llrst Bume nnd losing the second.
The morning garr.fcflMiMavulkuVay foc.tnu
homo team , the visitors not seeming to
have any snap to their playing. They
maiio up. for It Jn Jlis/nfternoon , however.
Pcorta IW > T ® 02 0030 0 11
3t. Joe . . , , $ k > 0 J-l 1 0 0 1 0-4-
Earned runs : I'MJrln , 1 ; St. Joe , 2. Two-
base hits : Shnim. Aplynn , McFarland.
Three-basn hits : { SlloWler , Beam. Home
run : Armstrong.jrStoien bases : Summon )
12) . Terrlen (2) ) , ? oleh inly. Beam. Bases
nn balls : Oft Byunfru ; off i-uuituru. 3.
Time : Ono hourtaMKnlfty minute ? . Um
pire : Ward. 'M % %
In the second game - theSt. . Joes got even
with the Peorlust shutting them out en
tirely. The fcatuffc'fcf the game was the
work of the two lutuhunded pitchers. The
I'eorlas' hits were scattering , while the
visitors suooetded/.llJi'nmniMilnir theirs BUO-
csafully. Bcoret
Peorla 0 , 00000000 0
dt. Joe ,7 8
Base hits : I'eorln. ' B ; Bt. Joe , 7. Errora :
Peorla , 3 ; St. Joe , 2. BUMCR on balls : Off
Summers , 4 : off Mlmiehnn , 3. Hit by
iiltcher : By Summer * . 2. Struck out : By
Summers , 0 : by Mlnnelmn , 1. Wild pitches :
Summers. 1 ; Mlnnehun , . , ! , Tlmo : Ono
Hour and forty-live nilnutuij.
Staiullni ; ut HID Ttumi.
Plnved. Won. Lost. Pr.Ct.
3t. Joseph . .i. . . . . . 23 12 8 G5.2
[ lock Inland 22 H 8 tn.ts
Dmuhn. 2J 13 8 G9.1
Lincoln 22 12 10 51.5
[ ucksonvllle 23 12 11 S2.2
I'eorla. . . . -23 10. . 12 45.5
lies Mollies 23 * 8 15 34.8
putney 3 6 18 ,21.7
Two Good ( inmo * at Cellar Hiiplcln ,
CEDAR RAPIDS. la. , May SO.-SpeclaI
relegrnm to The Bee. ) Cedar Rapids ana
Upper lowu. university ot Fnyetto played
iwo exciting cumei ot ball today , the
homo team winning In the morning by n
score of H to 10 and the college boyn In
ning the afternoon game In the tenth In
ning by a score of 11 to 9. Batteries : Brush
and Keefe for Upper Iowa university and
IJawloy , Miller and Bntchcldcr for Cedar
Rapids.
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
NATIONAL MA UK UAMKS.
Annon Hplts on lili itnnd nml Win * Until
C.nmr * from 1'lillHilolplilrt.
PHILADELPHIA , May 30.-The homo
team played very yellow ball In the mornIng -
Ing game. This , together with their Inabil
ity to solve McQIH'R delivery , tells the
story of the game. Haddock started In to
pitch for the Phillies , but was relieved at
the beginning of the fourth Inning. Calta-
lian took his place. Dclehanty was Injured
In a collision with Allen In the fifth Inning ,
Rellly going to the left Held. Score :
l'HII.AliMHIA. I CHICAGO.
r.lih.po.n.c.l r.lih.po.n.e.
Hamilton , cf 1 320 IfUynn. rf. . . . 1 1 S 0 0
IMylin . n n 11 1 liDnhlm. 3h. . .13020
DelPlmntv. If 0 n o 0 1 Wllmot. If. . 1 1200
Hcllly , 1C. . , . 0 000 OAnnnn. Hi. . . 2 Oil U 0
Turner , rf , . 0020 OlDeckrr , cf , . 2 2 < 0 0
Iliillmnn , 2b t 0 3 2 0 Irwln. m. . , . 13040
Crou , 31) , . . , 0,1'nrrott. 2b. . 0 0340
Oniity , o. , . . 0 KlttrctlKC , cl 2 3 0 0
llnililock. l > . 0 0 0 2 0 McUlll , p. , .
Cnllnlliill. n , 00230
Allen , M , , . , Totals . 12 11 27 U 1
Totals 4 S 2 | is 4
BCOIIK J3Y INNINO3.
rhllnilt-lpliln ( l 00000300 4
Chicago 34000005 12
SUMMARY.
nenrnot ! nm ! PlillniK-lphln , 3 : ClilciBO , 3.
Two-linii > liltm KIltrpilRC , 2. Tinec-lmse hltit :
Hamilton. Stolen Iwues : Dnlilrn (2) ( ) , Ansun , (21 ,
Decker (11. ( First Imse on bulls : Off IlmHock.
3 : o Cnllulmn , If oft Mcdulrc. 3. Struck out :
Hy McUlll , 3 : by Callnluin. 2. I'IIPSbulls :
Drrftljj ; Klttre'dstf. 2. Tlmo : One hour nml
ftorty-nvo minutes. Umpire ) O'llourkc.
So Uncle Took the Scrunil Also.
Chicago beat Phlladeplhla badly In the
second gam ? today by brilliant hits and
really efficient \york. Score :
Philadelphia 2 00003100 C
Chicago . . . . . . .I. . . . 0030G103 12
Hits : Philadelphia , 11 : Chicago. 15. Er
rors : Philadelphia , 2 ; Chicago. 2. Earned
runs : ; Philadelphia , 3 ; Chicago , G. Two-base
nits : Boyle , Clements , Ryan , Decker , Par-
roll. Double plays : Clements and Allen.
Strlidk 6ut : Allen , Decker. Pan oil. Tlmo :
One hour and llfly nil mites. Umpire :
O'Rouikei Batteries : Haddock , Weyhlng
and Clements ; Grltllth , Klltrcdge and
Shrlver. '
Loose Fielding lit IloUon.
BOSTON. May 30. The champions won
this morning's game by a heavy batting
streak In the eighth Inning. Up to that
time the Clncinnatls had been wreaking
vengeance on Loyett'H shoots. Both teams
tickled loosely and hit hard. Score :
BOSTON : * i CINCINNATI.
r.bh.po.a.c.l r.bh.po a.c.
Lowe , 2b. , . . 00330 Hoy. cf 22301
Ixinir. , si. , . 4 3 B 4 0 JRCarlliy.lb 12702
DulTjcf. . ' . . . 3 1 1 1 0 lAtTinm , 3I > . 1 3420
McCarthy , 1(12000 Holllilay , If. 1 1 3 0 0
Nnsh. 3b. . . , < 2 0 S 4 2 Mcl'.i.'e , 2b. . 0 1421
Tucker , lb. . 1 1 10 0 lVauRh.m , , c. 1 1 3 1 2
liannon , rf. 1 1 4 2 O.C.maviin , rf. 2 1 0 0 0
Ganzcl , c. . . Smith. 8S. . . 23261
tovctt , p. . . 1 20 1 1 Parrott , p. . 0 0 1 0 0
Totals 13 12 27 15 6 Totnli 10 II 27 11 T
SCOIU3 UY INNINQS.
Hoston 20100009 1 13
Cincinnati 01030140 1 10
SUMMARY.
Rnrncd runs : Boston , 6 ; Cincinnati , g. Two-
base hit * : Smith , 2 ; Hey , 2 ; Duffy. Three-
base hits : J. McCarthy. Home ninn : Dully ,
VuuRhnn. Stolen liases : Lntlium , 3 ; Mcl'hee ,
McCarthy. Double plajji : Latham ami Mc
Carthy ; Smith , McPhop nml K. McCarthy. First
base on balls : McCarthy , 2 ; Nash , 2 : Canavan ,
2. Hit by pitched ball : McPhee. Btruck out :
Tucker , Lowe , Bannon. Passed balls iVauglmn ,
2. Wild pitches : 1'orrott , 2. Time : Two hours
and twenty-live minutes. Umpire : Swartnood
C'hmiiborliiln's Rotten Work.
Chambeilnln gave eight bases on ball
an.1 was touched up for nineteen hits. Thl
tells the story of Boston's victory In th
afternoon game. Score :
Boston 20901521 * L
Cincinnati 20004000 5 1
Hits : Boston , 19 ; Cincinnati , 14. Errors
Boston , 3 ; Cincinnati , G. Earned runs : Bos
ton , C ; Cincinnati , 8. Two-base hits : Long
T. McCarthy , Ryan , Latham , 2 ; Smith
Chamberlain. Home runs : Toole , i ; Long
Holllduy , 2 ; Vaughan , Canavan , Struci
out : Ryan , T. McCarthy , Bannon , Cham
berlaln , Vnughan , McPhce. Time : Tw
hours nnd fifteen minutes. Umpire : Swart
wood. Batteries : Nichols nnd Hyan ; Cham
berlaln and Yaughan.
J ' ' Riioto'OntpUchcil'Cnjipy.
NEW YORK , May 30. Two star pitcher
twirled the sphere this morning before n
crowd of 8,000 persons on the Polo grounds
The game was won by New York In thf
eighth by Ward's base on balls and Tier
nan's , triple. Virtue batted In Cuppy's
place In the ninth. Score :
CLEVELAND. Nn\V YORK.
r.bh.po.a.e. r.bh.pn.a.e.
Chllds. 2b. . . 1 0 6 1 1 Murphy , ss. 1 1 3 4
liurkett. 1C. . 0 1 2 0 n Davis , 3b. . . 0122
McICenn , ss. 0 2 0 E 0 Doyle , lb. . . 0 0 10 0
Kwlnc. rf. . . 00100 Vanllaltren. 0020
Tebeau , lb. . 0 0 11 0 0 Waul , 2b. . . 1032
O'CoTmor , cf 0 0 0 0 0 Tlernan. rf. 0 1 0 0
Zlnimer , o. . . 0 0 1 1 0 nurke. If. . . . 0120
McOarr , 3b. . 0 0 1 4 0 Farrell , c. . . 0051
Cuppy , p. . . . 00300 Iluslc , p l ) 1 0 1
Virtue , p. . . . 00000
Totals 2 B 27 10
Totals 1 3 21 14 1
SCORE UY INNINdS.
Cleveland 000010000
Now Yorlc 0 0001001'-
SUMMARY.
Earned runs : New York , 1. Two-base hits
DnUs. Three-baso hits : Tlernan. Stolen tineas
Rwnrr. | Murphy. First bnso on balls : Oft Itusle
0 ; oft Cuppy. 4. Struck out : Hy lluslc , 2.
Time : Two hours and fifteen minutes. Umpire
Lynch.
Clovulnntl Took tlio Second.
The afternoon game was like the other
two between New York nnd Cleveland a
bitter struggle-far supremacy from start to
finish. In the eleventh Inning n hit by
O'Connor. Ward's wild throw nnd McGarr's
single gave Cleveland the winning run ,
Score :
Cleveland . . . . , 1 1
New York . . . . 0000002000 0-2
lilts : Cleveland , 8 : New York , 4. Errors :
Cleveland , 1 ; New York , 0. Earned runs :
Cleveland , 1. Struck out : By Gorman , 1.
Two-base hits : Ewlng , Tebeau , 2 ; Tlernan.
Double plays : Ward to Dnvls to Murphy.
Umpire : Lynch. Batteries : Clnrkson and
Ewlng ; Parrel and Gorman. Time : Two
hours und fifteen minutes.
Light Hutting nml Lively Running.
BROOKLYN , Mny SO. Light batting was
the order In this morning's game , neither
Stein nor Clarkson being found very ef
fectively. Errors nnd bases on bulls con
tributed largely to run getting , although
a few bits of clever base running livened
up proceedings. The hit of the game was
Dowd's three-bagger near the pavilion in
right Held. Attendance , 3,925. Score :
BROOKLYN. I ST. LOUIS.
r.bh.po.a.e. r.bh.pon.c.
Daly , 2b. . . . 1120 1 Dond. rf. . . . 11000
Coicoran. n 1 1 2 3 llKninlt , If. . . 0 l l o 0
Trcilwny , U. 0 1 2 0 0 Shuijart , cf , 0 1 4 2 0
Qrlflln , cf. . 0 040 0 Miller , lb , , . 0 1701
Bchocli. 3b. , 1105 0 I'eltz , JIi. . . . 0 0 a 2 1
llurms rf. . . 2030 0 Qillnn. 2b. . .
b'outz , lb. . . 0 0 10 2 1 iiy. us 01331
Da I Icy , c. , . . 1140 0 Uucl.ley , c. . 0 1 1 4 3
Bteln , p 0004 OlClarksou , p. 0 0 0 3 0
Totals."o "E 27 H 1 | Total . " 7 21 17 1
sconn UY INNINGS.
Urooklyn . , 0
St. Louis 0 0001001 0 3
"SUMMARY.
Earned runs : St. LmiU , 2. Twn-bnuc bits :
Corcoran , liuckley. Three-t u i Mm : Dowd.
Ktplen bases : Corcoran (1) ( ) , Urlllln , Hchoch (2) ( ) ,
lluriis (2) ( ) , Qulnn , Daly , Hteln. Doublu plays :
ShUKurt and Pcltz ; Corcoran , l < * outz and IMIIey.
first base un l illn : Off StPln. 1 ; oft Clarkunn ,
r. lilt by pltclied ball : Orlllin. Struck out :
Dy Stdn , 1 ; by Clarltson , 1. Wild pitches :
rili'ln. Tlmo : One hour and fifty-two minutes.
Uinplro : Kmsllc.
Alt on Account of ITnwIoy.
By Hawley's bad pitching In the fifth In
ning the Brooklyn ) ) won the afternoon game
Deyond recovery. Score :
Urooklyn 00005000 5
3t. Lou In 10000000 1 2
Hits : Brooklyn , 4 ; St , Louis , 4. Errors :
Brooklyn , 2 ; St. Louis , 1. Knrned runs :
Urooklyn , 1 ; St. Louis , 1. Two-bane hits :
Dalley. Three-base hits : P ltz , Dowd.
I'lme : One hour nnd thirty-one minutes.
Umpire : Emslte. Batteries : Dnub nnd
Dalley ; Hawley , Peltz nnd Buckley.
Snt on Phil Knoll.
WASHINGTON , May 30. McOuIre made
i three-base hit In the the llflh Inning
if the first guiiie today between LotiUvllle
ind Wuuhlngton , It brought In three mns
ind gave the home team a Ipiul which the
/Isltora were unable to overcome. Kllroy
llapluccd Knell In the pltcher'a box In the
loventh inning , after tilx runs had been
nade. Weather cloudy. Attendance 1,907.
3core :
WASIIINTaOK , LOUI8VILL13.
r.bh.pu , ft.u. r.bli.no.a.e.
Vnrd , 2b. , . . 320 t 0 Drawn , cf. . . 1 1 1 0
loyce. 3li. . . . Wetter , Zb. . 0 1 100
Vbbey. If. . . . 11000 .Twltchell , cf 0 0 J 0 0
c. . 0 4 ft 4 0 O'Kourke. lb t 0 'J 0 0
la .im'r rf a 0 t 0 U Weaver , rf. . 01100
.YLeuu. cf. . 10000 Iltch'ilson.mi 0 0 t 1 i
- artwrl'l , lb 0 0 U 1 I Denny , 3b. . 12111
lladfard , u 1 1 1 1 1 Knell , p 0 t 1 I 1
L'etty , v 1 1 1 t ICIIroy , p. . . . 00000
Katie , C 01310
Totals 7M au i-irrr-r
, ,
Total ) 1 S2I 9 1
BCORB Hr INNINOB.
tVashlnitlon 1 0 0 0 4 1 0 0 ' -T
x > ulivlll < ) . . . 01000001 0 1
SUMMARY.
1'arncJ rum ; Washington , i. Three-bus *
> l f. UcOulrv. Stolen UIIMS : Wird , 1 , Hud-
urO. 1 ; Tcb u , 1 ; Jojrce , L Uoubl
Illchnnlnon nnd O'llqurke. rimt on Imllm Off
Kn ll , 3 ; nft Kllroy , I. lilt by pitched ball !
Itft.lMrd. 'Vtty. Htnick oun Uy I'etty , 3i hy
Knell , I , by Kllmy 1. I'nMril l > nll : Kr\v. \
Wild pitch ! Kllrriy. Time ! Ono hour and
forty-n\e minutes. Umpl e : Hurst.
Senators Alndo tt llirrn.
The nftcrnoon game between the Louis
ville and Washington teams resulted In n
victory for Washington , Score :
Washington . . . . . . . 14
Louisville U 9
Hits : Washington. 12 ! Ixmlsvllle. 12. Er
rors : Washington , I ; Louisville. 2. Earned
runs : Washington. 3 ; Louisville. 8. Two-
base hits : McGulre. Three-base lilts : Tt-
beau , Pfoffer , O'llourkp. Home runs : Joyce.
Double plays : Itadfotil to Ward to Cart-
wright. Struck out : By Maul , 1. Time :
One hour and forty minutes. Umpire :
Hurst. Batteries ! Maul and MuGutrc ; Men-
of op , Kllroy and Earlo.
PITTSBURa , May SO. Both morning and
afternoon games between Plttsburg and
Baltimore wcro postponed on account of
rain.
Standing of tlio Ti'iinn.
Played. Won. Lost. Pr.Ct.
Plttsburg 30 21 9 70.0
Cleveland 28 19 9 7.U
Boston 31 20 11 fil.G
Philadelphia 28 IS 10 01.3
Baltimore 25 IB 3 61.0
New York 31 1C IB G1.6
Brooklyn 30 II 16 46.7
St. Louis 31 13 18 41.9
Cincinnati 27 11 ' 1G < 0.7
Louisville 2i 10 18 35.7
Chicago 29 10 19 31.6
Washington 31 0 2o lu.G
WKSTKUN Li.VUi : : GAMES.
City Mnken n Hnrd ( Inib for first
I'lnco hj Uniting Dntrolt Twlre.
KANSAS CITY , May 30. Though mnk-
Ing less errors than their opponents , and
notwithstanding that they put up a goo'l
all around game , Detroit was beaten out
by the home team this morning. Score :
Kansas City 000200020 4
Detroit 0 2000000 1 3
Base hits : Kansas City. 15 ; Detroit , 10.
Errors : Kansas City , 3 ; Detroit , 1. Earned
runs : Kansas City , 2 : Detroit , 1. Two-
base hits : Nllcs , Manning , Carrel , Gon- !
alvln. Struck out : By McGlnulty. 1 ; by
Pears , 1. Double plays : Cross nnd King.
Time : One hour and thlrty-llvo minute * .
Umpire : Sheridan. Atti-ndancc , 1,000. But
teries : McGlnnlty and Donahue ; Pears and
Hurley.
The nftcrnoon game was also taken by
Kansas City after a sharp contest abound
ing In brilliant plays. Balz and D.tnlrls
both pitched effectively , but the Blues
bunched their hits , and a throe-bagger In
the eighth Inning , when the score was
u tie , won the gamo. The attendance was
4,200. Score :
Kantian City 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 2 0-G
Detroit 00200010 0-3
Hits : Kansas City. 9 : Detroit , G. Errors :
Kansas City , 3 ; Detroit , 2. Earned mns :
Kansas City. 2 ; Detroit , 2. Two-base lilts :
Everett. Three-base hits : Nile1 * . Double
plays : Manning to Kinsman. 2 ; Krelg ( un
assisted ) . Struck out : By DanleK 3 ; by
Ualz , 3. Time : One hour and forty-two
minutes. Umpire : Sheridan. Batteries :
Daniels and Donahue ; Balz and Hurley.
11 neil era Took u 1'nlr Too.
INDIANAPOLIS. May 30. Fifteen hun
dred people saw the home team win the
morning game from Milwaukee. Score :
Indianapolis 10040011 0-7
Milwaukee 10020003 0-
Hits : Indianapolis , 11 : Milwaukee , 11. Er
rors : Indianapolis , 2 ; Milwaukee , 2. Earned
runs : Indianapolis , G ; Milwaukee , 3. Three-
base hits : Westlitke , Newman. Two-base
hits : Motz , Carey. Home runs : Twine-
ham. Double plays : Gray and Motz ; Lang-
ford and Cllngman. Struck out : By Phil
lips. 1 : by Wlttrock , 1. Time : Two hours
and fifteen minutes. Umpire : McDonald.
Batteries : Phillips and Wcstlike ; Witt-
rock ; and Lohmnn.
Hard hitting and superior all-around playIng -
Ing describes the afternoon game. Luby
was knocked out In the sixth Inning , Score :
Indlanppolls 2-2001502 0 12
Milwaukee 0 01006010 8
Hits : Indianapolis , 17 ; Milwaukee , 11. Er
rors : Indianapolis , 4 : Milwaukee , 7. Earned
runs : Indianapolis , 6 : Milwaukee , I. Two-
base hits : Cross. Three-base hits : Dnl-
rymple. Home runs : Motz. Double plays :
Mills to Murphy to Motz ; ClItiKmun to
Shields to Carey. Struck out : Lchruin. .
Time : Two hours. Umpire : McDonald.
Batteries : Cross and Westlaku ; l.uby ,
Hastings and Lohman.
Miller * Also Win Twice.
MINNEAPOLIS. May 30. Grand Rapids
was outbatted' this morning , which accounts
for the victory. Score :
Minneapolis J'2131250 0 M
Grand Rnplds . . . . u-12
Hits : Minneapolis , 20 ; Grand Rapids , 32. I
Errors : .Minneapolis , 5 ; Gifiml Rapids , 2.
Earned runs : Minneapolis. 1 ; Grand RapIds -
Ids , 4. Two-base bits : Union , Crooks , 2 ;
Lincoln , Wheclock , George , 2 ; Devlnney.
Home runs : Hlnes , Werden , 2 ; Vlsnar ,
Mnnnn.s.sau. 'Double plays : Wright to Car
rol. Struck out : By Lincoln , 4 ; by Klllen ,
3. Time : Two houis and twenty-live min
utes. Umpire : Bannet. Batteiles : Lincoln
and Burrel ; Klllen and Spies.
This afternoon Minneapolis won the game ,
when It hud lost for some time , by heavy
hitting. Scoitf :
Minneapolis , 004011002-8
Grand Rapids . . . . 02400000 0-G
Hits : Minneapolis , II ; Grand Rapids , 11.
Errors : Minneapolis , 6 ; Grand Rapids , 3.
Eained runs : Minneapolis , 5 ; Grand RapIds -
Ids , 1. Home runs : Hlnes , George. Double
plays : Hulen to Crooks to Werden , 2 ;
Wheelock to Carrel to Caruthers. Struck
out : By Parvln , 3 ; by Rhlnes , 4. Time :
Two hours and thirty minutes. Umpire :
Rennet. Bntteiles : Parvln and Burrel ;
Rhlnes and Spies ,
Neither CouM Win.
SIOUX CITY. May 30. Sioux City and
Toledo played a pretty game of ball this
afternoon. No morning game was played.
The score was a lie In the ninth , when the
game was called to catch a train. Score :
SIOUX City 0 5
Toledo 0-5
Hits : Sioux City. 10 ; Toledo , 8. Errors ;
Sioux City , 7 ; Toledo , 2. Earned runs :
Sioux City , 2 ; Toledo , 2. Two-base hits :
Hutfluld. Three-base hits : Stewart , 2 ;
Walsh. Double pluys : Genlns and Camp.
Struck out : By Huit , G ; by Foreman. 0.
Time : Two hours. Umpire : Kerlns. Bat
teries : Hart and Twlnoham ; Foreman and
McFarland.
Stunling of tlio TI-IIMIA.
Plaved. Won. Lost. Pr.Ct.
7 72.0
9 G0.7
9 K5.4
10 Cl.O
18 43.8
18 37.9
12 33.3
2J 21,1
Meut lit Itostoii.
BOSTON , May 30. The annual meeting
of the Massachusetts division of the League
of American Wheelmen was a great suc
cess In every way. Thirty-live hundred
cyclists participated In the morning parade.
In the afternoon the wheelmen went out to
Waltham to witness the A. N. C. C. rat-e
meeting. The races consisted of six events ,
equally divided between class A and B
riders. Summary :
Class A : One mile , novlve John Qulst ;
time , 2:46 : 1-G : two-thirds mile , open Porter
llrst : time , 1HG ; ono mile , handicap Wai-
tor Green , llrst ; time , 2:16 : 1-5 ,
r
Class"B : Two-thirds mile , open Bald
llrst ; time , 1:31 : 1-5 ; one mile , handicap
Banger won ; time , 2:13 : 2-G : one mile , opci.
Sanger won ; time , 2:23 : 1-5.
St. Ioul Mnn Win * th Tlmo Prim.
KANSAS CITY , Mny 30. An enormous
srowd witnessed the llnlsh of the Waldo
E ark road race here this afternoon , In
tvhlch the local record was reduced two
minutes by A. Grath ot the Pustlme Ath-
letlo club of St. Louis. The race \\ua ten
nlles , handicap , with fifty-live starters , und
was run under the auspices of the Kansas
Jlty Cyclists. C. E. Jncrjucs of the Kansas
2lty Cycllats , 5:30 : handicap , cnme In llrst ;
Uriiner of Kansas City. 4:30 : handicap , pcc-
) iid ; S. M. Hooker of Kuniu * City , 1:30 :
inndlcnp , third. The time prize was won
ly Grnth ot St. Louis In "Sill.
Junlutn U'on Hur flame.
JUNIATA , Nab. , Mny 30. ( Special Tele-
; rum to The Bee. ) A very hotly contested
: ame of ball was played today between the
Instlngs Y. El. C , A. Ball club and the
Funlata nine. Tlio feature of the game
Twiddle und Van Bus-
vus a triple piny by -
tlrU of the Junlnta nine. Score , 13 to 4 In
'avor of Junlutu.
Hot Tlmo nt Lexington.
LEXINGTON , May 30. The twenty-mile
ilcyclu race here today was won by J , D.
lanes ot Lexington In 51:27 : , A. II. Comba
> f Lexlnuton second , George Clayton of
lutchlnson Station third. H. Van Ant-
vcrp of Mount Sterling won the time prlzo
n 6lWV4 : _
Oxford 5I y Meet Yttlo. C
LONDON , May 30. Oxford university has I
lecldcd to accept the challenge of Yale for
in uthletlo confest In England In July next ,
irovlded a representative team con bo
armed.
Iloail HHCO Bt Vei JMoliiM.
DES MOINE8. May 30.-Special ( Telegram
o Th Bee. ) The event of t je morning
ma a bicycle road race , nlno und one-half
nlles , won by Albert Mooru In 20:10
Celibate Orlokotors Omolly Orushod in a
LUtlo Holiday Oamo ,
WINNERS' LEAD WAS NEARLY A HUNDRED
Luck Counted Some. Agnlimt ( tin llneliolor * ,
but the Uniting of tlio llnppy llu -
bniidH Win Too Strong farThnlr
l.onnaomn Opponent * .
The game yesterday was between the
ncnedlcts and the bachelors of the Omaha
Cricket club , and resulted In favor of the
former by nearly 100 riina.
For the winning sldo the batting of Messrs.
Lavlne , Wilson , Hobb , Mulr and Marshall
deserves mention , while for the losing slda
that of McHsrs. Cookson and P. Francis was
highly creditable , the former of the two last
named gentlemen "carrying his bat out"
for 9.
H Is not by any means Improbable that the
Bomo teams will play again In a return
match , as the bachelors nro far from being
satisfied that the marrk'd members of the
club could get away with them.
It Is admitted on all hands that "luck"
had a good deal to do with yesterday's game ,
as Bomo of the best wlckuts among the
bachelors fell In a very unsatisfactory
manner.
The game next Saturday Is between the
eleven who will represent Omaha aRalnst
Kearney on Juno 1C , nnd any twenty-two
chosen from the remaining members of the
club.
It Is hard to forctoll how this match will
como out , although , of cuurso , the eleven
t.aturnlly feel conlldent of success.
Owing to the crushing defeat which the
bachelors sustained at the hands of the
married men , a number of the former nro
thinking seriously of altering their "modus
vlvendl" nnd taking n plunge Into the sea
of matrimony , with a view to Improving
their batting. Score :
MARRIED.
II. Lnwrlc , I ) . Doyle i 25
P. II. Marshall , c. , W. It. Vnuglmn , b. ,
Doyle 6
A. D. Robb , c. , Hart , b. , Ware 7
James Cameron , thrown out , W. Gavin. , 3
R. G. Dalton , b. , New 2
G. C. Wilson , c. , W. R. Vnuglmn , b. ,
Doyle 3J
A. Gavin , > . , W. R. Vuughnn 4
F. Kump , b. , Doyle 0
J , W. Mulr , run out 11
W. S. Howell. b. , W. Gavin 0
A. B. Ross. I. b. w. . Ware 2
George Gilbert , not out 4
J. T. Ne.Uc , run out 0
Dr. Young , c , , Burnett , b. , Ware 5
J. E. Florancc , b. , Ware 4
Extras 20
Totals 125
SINGLE.
W. R. Vaughan , run out . . . . < - . 0
D. Johnson , o. , Dr. Young , b. . Marshall. . 0
P. Francis , c. , Dalton. b. , Robb 7
H. New , b. , Robb 1
J. C. Doyle , b. , Robb 0 Cil
E. Hart , run out 4
R , W. Taylor , b. , Robb 3
C. Young , b. , Marshall 2
E. Cookson , not out 9
R. R. Young , b. , Robb 0
W. Gavin , b. , Marshall 0
F. C. Burnett , b. , Marshall 0
J. Dovlnc , b. , Robb 0
I1. Young , b. , Murslmll 1
H. II. Neal , b. , Rubb 0
Extras u ;
Totals 33' '
BOWLING ANALYSIS.
SINGLE.
* O. B. R. W. M.
J.W. C. Doyle. . . . 16 80 21 4 3
W. R. Vaughan 14 70 47 1 0
A. Ware 9 IS 13 4 1
A.II. . New 5 25 12 1 2 "
II.W. . Gavin 4 20 13 1 0 * &
W.A MARRIED. ,
O. .B. R. W. ,
A D. Robb 9 48
F. H. Marshall 9 45 17 G
OUTSIDI : TJIi : I'KNGUS.
Games In Which tlio Incentive Was tlio
Glory Hint Coined with Victory.
The Shamrocks went out to Fortieth and
Jones streets yesterday afternoon -with all
kinds of bad Intentions and there convinced
the Originals that they were a better team.
The former took the lead at the start and
kept It throughout the game. Score :
Originals 0 ' 1200330 2 11
Shamrocks 24230310 15
Batteries : Carmello nnd Bowes ; Hcnn
and McCuen. Earned runs : Originals , 7 ;
Shamrocks , 12. Hits : Originals , 3 ; Sham
rocks , 15. Umpire : Peterson.
The Twentieth Street Stars were defeated
yesterday by the Bancroft Stars by a score
of 8 to 10. The feature of the game was
the long hit of J. Hill. Batteries on both
sides did good work. Crawford nnd Brew-
Ington for the Twentieth Street Stars and
Nelson , Hill and Shorlc for the Bancrofts.
The Bancroft Stars challenge any nine-
under 16 years of age. Address W. Nelson ,
Bancroft school.
The Clippers and the Fairmonts played
an interesting game on the latter's grounds.
Score :
Clippers 19
Fairmonts 1 02003001-7
Hits : Fairmonts , 7 ; Clippers , 17. Errors :
Fairmonts , 8 ; Clippers , I. Struck out : By
Waller. 10 ; by Thelhen , 1 ; by Mulner , 1 ; by
Redman , 1. Base on balls : Off Waller. 3 ;
off Thelsen , 4 ; off Mulner , 1. Batteries :
\VaIlci and Graham. Thclscn , Mulner. Redman
man , Hall nnd Knapp.
The Red Robins defeated the Lake Views
L > y a score of 0 to 8. Thd features of the
same were the pitching nnd catching of
ihe Red Robins , In which D. O'Donell
struck out ten men. Score :
Ked Robins 02 ' 2 10030 0 8
Lake Views 01030020 0-6
Hits : Red Robins , 10 ; Lake Views , 4.
FWO-U.IHO hits : Anderson , Howcll. Three-
jnso hits : KdVttengeI. . Homo runs :
3'Donnely , Wottengel. Batteries : C. O'Don-
> 1I and Alex Swnnson ; Kensey and Ander
son.
YORK , Neb. , May 30. ( Special Telegram
o The Bee. ) The York and Stockhnm base
mil teams played this afternoon , the re
mit being : York , 23 ; Stockham , 25.
8CHUYLER , Neb. , May 30. ( Special Tcle-
; rnm to The Bee. ) The railroad employes
md county olllcltils met today upon the
llnmond and the former were vanquished ,
> y a score of 23 to 6.
HASTINGS , Neb , , May M.-Speclnl ( Tclc-
rrnm to The Bee. ) Hastings college and
he Hastings Illch school im > t on the ball
llnmond this afternoon , nnd tlm victory
vas with the former. The colloBo lioya
rled Harrow ) " , n now pitcher , but at the
md of the fourth Inning substituted Hartl-
ran , the regular man , who held the High ,
ohool team down to three base hits and
. two-bugger In live Innings. The last llvo
nnlngs showed pretty work for the college
lays. Score :
Ilgh School 02643100 0-18
Allege 2 1 1 6 C 2 3 1 0-2L
Batteries : High School , Clurko , Beck ,
trown nnd Stonu ; College , Barrows , Hurtl-
nii and Arnold.
HOT SPRINGS , 8. D. , May 30. ( Special
elegrnm to The Beo. ) The Fort Robln-
011 Base Ball club came to Hot Springs on
. special today with u large delegation to
Iny the Hot Springs Browns. A lively
amn was played , resulting In a victory for
ho homo team by a score of 14 to U.
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