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1IICKEY IS TAKING REVENGE
Thomas Jefferson's Farmers Lick the
Eourko's in Hollow Etylo.
JASPER JOHNSON ON HIS OWN HEATH
Work of the Young Jinn Much Smoother nt
Homo Than' nt Oinnli * IVhltir-
bill rilelK-d n Uood
Lincoln , 7 : Omaria , C.
Jacksonville , 17 ; cjulncy , 10.
Rock island , 15 ; Pcorla , 9.
Philadelphia , 21 ; Cincinnati , 8.
Washington. 6 ; Chicago , 4.
Boston , 15 ; Louisville , 10.
Ilaltlmore , 17 ; St. Louis , 3.
Ilrooklyn , 9 ; Cleveland , 8.
New York , 9 ; Plttsburg , 2.
Indianapolis , 12 ; Grand Rapids , 3 ,
Toledo , H ; Detroit , 3.
LINCOLN , Juno 15. ( Special Telegram to
The Bee. ) Something llko 1,000 people gath
ered at the M street park this afternoon to
.BOO the Lincoln team make an example of
the Omaha players. The crowd was not dis
appointed. Although the game was full of
Interest , the visitors wore at no tlmo In It.
They batted llko fiends In the last Inning ,
nnd gave many local fans a lively touch of
the ague. The Lincoln team did not arrlvo
until 5:15 : , the train being two hours late ,
but Captain Ebrlght sent his men from the
dressing room Into the Hold. In the fourth
Devercaux was given a base on balls nnd
stole second. Spcer singled and Devercaux
scored , whllo Spcer went to second on the
play. Sullivan picked out a single , allowing
Speer to score. In the next Inning Lincoln
played the same combination. In the sixth ,
with three men on bases , Fear was hit by
the ball. When Omaha reached her ninth
Inning the score was 7 to 1 , and the crowd
never dreamed of the shock they were about
to experience. I'cdros led off with a beau
tiful hit , and was planted on second by Do-
lan's sacrifice. Then Whltchlll was given
sccotil , ( oii nn error by Pequlgnoy. Seery ,
Munyun , McVcy , Moran nnd Fear drove base
liH.s through the Lincoln Infield until four
runs had been sent across the plate. After
a few of the cranks on the bleachers were
nearly duad with palpitation ot the heart
the agony was ended by sharp fielding on
the part of Pcqulgncy and Ebrlght. Score :
AB. It. IB. PO. A. E.
Woods , m 3 0
Hughes , 3b 4 1 0
Devercaux , If 3 1 1
Ebright , 2b I 0 2
Specr , c 3 1 3
Sullivan , Ib 4 1 13
Groves , rf I 1 1
Poqulgney , SH 2 1 4
Johnson , p 2 1 1
Totals 29 7 9 27 11
AB. R. IB. FO. A. E.
Seery , m
Munyun , 2b
McVey , Ib 4 0 2 11 0 0
Moran , c
Fear , KS
Rourke , rf
Pcdros , If
Dolan , 3b
Whltehlll , p
Totals 35 5 11 27 16 3
SCORE BY INNINGS.
Lincoln 00022100 2 7
Omaha 00000100 4 5
Earned runs : Lincoln , 3 ; Omaha , 3. Two-
> baHe hits : Seery. liases on balls : Off
Johnson , 1 ; oft Whltehlll , 0. Hit by pitcher :
By Johnson , 1 , Struck out : By Johnson , 3 ;
by Whltehlll , 4. Passed balls : By Speer , 1 ;
by Moran , 1. Time : One hour and forty
minutes. Umpire : Haskell.
Jux limit the ( iemi.
JACKSONVILLE , III , , June 15. ( Special'
Telegram to TheBee.j Jacksonville -won
today's game from the Gem City aggrega
tion , and hnd It not been for the home
pitcher being n little wild the Qulncys
would hnve been shut out. The visitors
added four runs to the score In the ninth
inning by a home run by Merles when
three men were on bases. Score :
Jacksonville 4 3 0 2 0 2 0 2 4 17
Quincy 00001130 5 10
Earned runs : Jacksonville , li ; Quincy ,
2. Two-base hits : Strouthers , Snydcr ,
Johnson , Merles. Home runs : Strauss ,
Strouthers , Grotty , MerteH. Double plays :
Dovlnney to Strouthers ; Fisher to M. John
son to Krehmeyer. Passed balls : Snyder ,
1 ; Johnson , 1. Base hits : Jacksonville , 20 ;
Quincy , 8. Errors : Jacksonville. 7 ;
Quincy , 5. Batteries : Copellnger and
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IA < JNWCnNTLY H.LU9TII VTIiU.
Rnydor ; McDoufrnt and Johnrfon. Umpire :
Tonsil , hut tlio Twin * Won.
HOCK ISLAND , III. , Juno 15.-SpcclnI
Tclecrnm to The IJeo. ) Hock lalancl nnd
I'corla put up a rflRpctl Rnmo In the field
today , redeemed only by heavy hlttlnir ,
Kntz , Cantllllon , Zola , O'Connor nnd Nut-
ton contributing to the ntrlko work , 'ward's
umpiring wan decidedly off. Score :
Hock Island 02040205 2 16
I'corla 3 10302000 9
ll.iso hits : Hock Inland , 17 ; I'corla , G.
Errors : Hock Island , G ; 1'eorla , 7. ISarncd
runs : Hock Inland , C. Two-tianc hits :
Kntz , 2 ; 8aRC , XolM , Nullon. Tlirco-biino
hits : Katz , Dclahanty. Iluttcrics :
Bonier nnd HIIKO ; Ileatn nnd Terrlen. Time :
Two hours nnd ten minutes. Umpire :
DE3 MOINES , June IG.-No name ; rain.
HtniulltiK of thn Toiinm.
1'laycd. Won. Lost. Pr.Ct.
Ht. Joseph Xt 2J 10 G2.9
Hack Island 35 21 It 00.0
Omiha 35 19 1G CI.3
I'corVi 3G 19 17 C2.8
Lincoln ! ) ! > IS 17 r.l.l
Jacksonville 35 IS 17 G1.4
DCS Molncs 35 II 21 40.0
Cjulncy 36 10 26 27.8
NAIIONAI , MA < IUI : OAMKS.
llmtoti ( ictn the llDttcr of I.oulRvlllo In a
HOSTON , Juno 15. Hard hitting on both
Rides characterized the giunc , but the
Dostona bunched theirs opportunely and
played a pretty field game , while the visi
tors were erratic. Score :
Boston 1 0 0 3 0 2 G 0 * -15
Itaso hits : lioston , 21 ; Louisville , II.
Krrors : lloston , 3 ; Louisville , 2. Earned
runs : Uoston , 8 ; IxMilsvllle. G. Homo
run : Lowe. Three-base hlta : Urown ,
Twltchell. Two-base hits : 1'felTer ,
Tucker , 2 : Duffy , 2 ; Nash , 2 ; Twltchell ,
Gannon , Strntton. Struck out : liannon ,
Nosh , Hemming. Double plays : 1'foffer
and O'Hourkej Urown and 1'feftcr. Um
pire : Hurst. Time : Two hours. Uat-
tcrles : Stlvetts and Qanzel ; Hemming and
St. F.otiU Couldn't lint.
BALTIMORE , June 15. St. Loula put up
a very good Holding game , but could do
nothing with the stick. Score.
Baltimore 0 C 0 0 I 1 0 3 4-17
St. Louis 0 00021000 3
Base hits : Baltimore , 23 ; St. Louis , 7.
Errors : Baltimore , 2 ; St. Louis , 2. Earned
runs : Baltimore , 15 ; St. Louis , 2. Two-
base hits : Kcelcr , Brouthers , Connor.
Three-base hits : McQraw , Ucltz , 2. Home
run : Qulnn. Double plays : Qulnn , Ely
and Connor ; Qulnn and Connor ; Ely and
Qulnn ; Ely and Connor. Struck out : By
llnwke , 1 ; by Clarkson , 2. t'mplre : Stage.
Time : Two hours. Batteries : Hawite
nnd Iloblnaon ; Clurkson , 1'eltz and Buck
Co in my In Comedy.
PHILADELPHIA , June 15. The game
between the Philadelphia and the Cincin
nati teams today opened sharply and ended
a parody on good ball. Score :
Philadelphia 10003058 4 21
Cincinnati 0 11 000204 8
Base hits : Philadelphia , 20 ; Cincinnati ,
12. Errors : Philadelphia , G ; Cincinnati ,
5. Karned runs : Philadelphia , 13 ; Cin
cinnati , 4. Two-base hits : Ilallman , 2 ;
Boyle , 2 : Cross , Allen , Grady , Three-base
hits : Turner , Delehanty. Home runs :
Dclelmnty , Hoy. Double p.lays : Taylor ,
Hallman nnd Boyle , Struck out : By
Taylor , 4 ; by Chamberlain , 3. Time : Two
nours and twenty minutes. Umpire :
Lynch. Batteries : Taylor and Grady ;
Chamberlain and Vaughn.
When Undo Nt-cdvil Hits.
WASHINGTON , June 15. Alison's Colts
failed to connect with the ball today when
a hit would have brought nms , which tells
the story of their defeat. Score :
Washington 02101200 0 C
Chicago 000001111 1
Base hits : Washington. 12 ; Chicago , 8.
Krrors : Washington , 3 ; Chicago , G. Earned
runs : Washington , 3 ; Chicago , 2. Two-
base hits : Tebeau , Wllmot. Three-base
lilts : Abbey , Parrott. Home run : Maul.
Double plays : Itadford , Ward and Cart-
wright ; Itadford and Cartwrlght ; Parrott
nnd Anson. Struck out : By Maul. 1 ; by
Abbey , 1. Time : One hour and fifty
minutes. Umpire : McQuald. Batteries :
Maul and McGuIre ; Abbey , Grlfllth nnd
I.yston Didn't I.mt Long.
BROOKLYN , N. Y. , June 15. Lyston , the
wjmder whom Tebeau secured from1 the Easton -
ton club.started In to pitch for the Spiders ,
but was yanked out In the early part of
the fourth Inning and Clarkson pitched the
balance of the game. Score :
Brooklyn 1 0 1 5 1 0 1 0 ' -9
Cleveland , . . 220201010-S
Base hits : Brooklyn , 8 ; .Cleveland , 9.
Errors : Brooklyn , 5 ; Cleveland , 3. Earned
runs : Brooklyn , G ; Cleveland , 3. Struck
out : By Clarkson , 2 ; by Stein , 2. Home
runs : Griftln , Ktnslow , Burkett , O'Con
nor. Three-base hits : Stein. Double
plays : McGarr and Tebeau ; ' Shlndle and
Klnslow. Time : Two hours. Umpire :
Hartley. Batteries : Stein find Kinslow ;
Lyston , Clarkson and Zlmmer.
Iluyln Kurnlshod the I'lmtnro.
NEW YORK , June 15. Doyle was fined
$25 nnd nut out of the game 4 the seventh
Inning for unnecessary kicking at being
called out on strikes. Score :
Pittsburg OOOOJOOO 0-2
New York * 9
Base hits : Plttsburg , 6 ; New York , 11.
Errors : Plttsburg , 2 ; New York. 4. Earned
runs : Now York , 4. Home run :
Meekln : Three-base hits : Davis ,
Tlernan , Meekln. Two-base hits : Doyle.
Struck out : By Gumbert , 4 ; by Meekln ,
2. Double plavs : Giasscock , Blerbauer
nnd Bcckley. Time : One hour and llfty-
flvo minutes. Umpire : Einslle. Bat
teries : Gumbcrt and Mack ; Meekln and
Standing at the Teainp.
Played. Won. Lost. Pr.Ci.
Baltimore 37 27 10 73.0
Boston H 29 15 G5.9
Philadelphia 40 2t > 14 65.0
Cleveland 39 21 15 G1.5
Plttsburg 43 26 17 CO.G
Brooklyn 12 21 18 57.1
New York 4323 20 6.1.5
St. Lguls. , 4318 25 41.9
Cincinnati 40 * 11 2G 35.0
Washington . . . . . . . . 41 II 30 31.8
Chicago . . . 42 13 29 31.0
Louisville 40 10 20 25.0
WKSTK11N LliAOUK OASIICS.
Toledo rind * Detroit Almost as Knergetlo
n * u l ) ml Mnro.
TOLEDO , June 15. Toledo won easily to
day , Detroit playing a listless game after
Captain Glcnalvln had been ordered to the
bench In the third Inning. Soct-c :
Toledo 22001 ' 105 0 U
Detroit 0 3
Hits : Toledo. II ; Detroit , 8. Errors : To
ledo. I ; Dctiolt , 4. Earned runs : Toledo ,
Gj Detroit , 1. Struck out : By Foreman , 3 ;
by Pears. 0. Home runs : Cross , Two-base
hits : McFarhuul , Carney , Everett. Umpire :
Baker. Time : One hour and llfty-fivc min
utes. Batteries : Foreman and McFarland ;
Pears and Hurley.
IthlncV Untnmml AVork.
INDIANAPOLIS , June 15.-Rhlnes Bent
nine men to bases on balls and llvo of these
scored. Three-baggers by D.ilrymplc nnd
Gray and n , two-bagger by Henry did the
work. Score :
Indianapolis 002G0040 0 12
Grand Rapids . . . .0 3
Hits : Indianapolis , S ; Grand Rapids. 7 ,
Errors : Indianapolis , 4 ; Grand Rapids , 2.
Earned runs : Indianapolis , 4. Two-lmso
hits : Loldy , Henry. ( Jallopy. Three-bane
hits : luirymplo. Double plays : Mills to
Shields to Motjs ; Wheelook to Cnruthurs.
Struck out : Phillip * . Ildy , Paiker , Carrol.
Wheelock. Time : Two hours. Umpire : Mc
Donald. Batteries : Phillips and Munihy :
Rhlnes , Parker and Spies.
Mumllng-af tlin Teams.
Played. Won. Lost. Pr.Ct.
Sioux City 37 2S 9 75.7
Toledo ,40 27 13 G7 5
Kansas City , . , 3'J 21 u | * V
Minneapolis , . , , . . , . , 3S 22 1C 579
Grand Rnplda 13 is M <
Indianapolis 41 17 27 ss'n
Milwaukee 1 ! 10 22 si's
Detroit , . . . . . . . /41 ' U 30 2G.'g
llrre' u'llot < ! o ,
There will bo n. hot game ot ball this
afternoon between the forced In the Union
Pacino general passenger oHleennd the
Burlington oniee. The batting order of the
two nines wll be HS follows : 'union pilcl e
\ \ , J. MoriV * . middle : J. D Hphi Miir.i.
W. F. ClmniUcrii. pitcher ; D'J. FraUl )
The | . ? tested us fol
third : Wilson , second ; Buckingham ,
Ylnqulnt. cateher ; Male ,
Thft Kaine will' bo played nt the Charles
street grounds "ml will -bo called at 330
1'lajtrtl Uoo.l I'ool. ,
Fred Payton of South Omaha nnd Henry
Cronln of Cresion. la. , played a game of
pool of 20) points , , t Bruno Slrathman's
billiard hall last evening. Vayton winning
by a Dcora of 2U to in. Payton was n line
form and put up a fcuperb game from the
start. Cronln waa u trlila nervous at the
open nt play , but as the gumo progress-d
he strengthened , and In the sixteen frame
mmlo twelve balls by an many Brilliant
Phots. The game wns for $50 a. side ami
pate recplpts. and considerable money
changed hands iw the result. Score by
l'ayton-15 , 1 , C , 11 , 15 , G , 15 , 7 , 6 , 4 , 10 , 11 ,
13 , 9 , 9. 3 , 8. 12 , 1 , 15 , 16. 0 , 12 , 13-213.
Cronln-0 , 14 , 9 , 4 , 0 , 10 , 0 , 8 , 10 , 11 , G , 4 , 2 ,
C , n , 12 , 7 , 3 , II , 0 , 0 , 15 , 3 , 2 145 ,
Scratches 1'ayton , 12 ; Cronln , 7.
riUDATi ON THK HACK TRACKS.
Sport nt Mori-It 1'nrk Jtnthcr Tnnio llaln
NKW YORK , Juno 15. At Morris 1'ork
today Henry of Navarre frightened most
of the entries out of the llrst race , and at
odds on he won In a common canter. In
the second race Sport behaved well and
won from start to finish. Agitator was a
strong tip In the third race , In spite of
the fact that It was his llrst time out of
the box , and he had to 'be content with
third place , for he would not break ami
acted very badly at the post. South Side
won very easily. Uesults :
First race , six furlongs : Henry of
Navarro (2 ( to G ) won , Melba (20 to 1) ) second
end , Merry Monarch (11 ( to 6) third. Time :
'second race , one mile : Sport (6 ( to G )
won , W B (4 ( to 1) ) second , Gold Dollar (30 (
to 1) ) third. Time : 1:3314. :
Third race , live furlongs : South Side ( G
to 1) ) won , BombazottH (8 ( to 1) ) second , Agitator
tater ( even ) third. Time : 0:59 : > i.
Fourth race , one mile : Fusllleer (6 to
G ) won , Jlemoto (10 ( to ' ! ) second , Dwlght
(40 to 1) third. Time : l:4i : 4. .
Fifth race , one mile : La Mlsere (7 ( to
6) won. Flirt (9 to G ) second , Star Actress
(9 ( to 1) ) third. Time : 1:41 : % .
Sixth race , six furlongs ! The Commoner
(6 to 6) ) won , Lottie Easton (3 ( to 1) ) second ,
Romping Girl (2 to 1) ) third Time : 1:14. :
Hiiln nt ( Horluml 1'nrk.
DENVER , June 15. This was to have
been the biggest day of the season nt
Overland and the largest crowd of the
week was present. The sport was spoiled ,
however , by rain , and only ono race , run
ning , was finished. The onlookers were ,
however , treated to the performance of
Flying Jib , who won the the only heat In
the pacing rnce In 2:11J4. : Only one heat
was run In each of the first nnd second
races , and three heats In the third race ,
First race , 2:27 : class , trotting , purse
$1.000 : Lady W won the heit : In 2:23 : ,
Motion Dust second , Haccr , Belvldere , Jr. ,
Ella O , 1'ankey , Lakota and Bucephalus
In the order named.
Second race , free-for-all pacing , purse
$1.000 : Flying Jib won the heat in L'UlVi ,
followed by Online , W W P , Albert K and
Newsboy In the order named.
Third race. Gentleman's roadster race ,
to wagon , for harness and whip , five-
eighths of a mile , hcuta , best three In five :
MoLcod won first nnd second heats ; time ,
first heat , l:37'/4 : ; time of second not given.
IJriHlant won the third heat In 1:39& : Lewis
3 , Heady Hey , Toby and Uncle Toby also
Fourth race , running race , selling , three-
fourths of a mile , purse $150 : Nadlne won
In 1:22V4. Belle M second. Maelstrom third.
Yankee Han , Earl , Ben Cannon and Queen
Hegcnt also ran.
VlnUhrn at Hawthorne.
HAWTHORNE , June 15. First race ,
nine-sixteenths of a mile : Moderico won ,
Dejure second , Montre third. Time : 0:57. :
Second race , mile and an eighth : Illume
won. Pat Malloy , jr. , second , Hawthorne
third. Time : 1:60 : % .
Third race , one mile : Ungner won ,
Percy second , Dungurven third. Time :
Fourth race , seven-eighths of a mile :
Gloaming won , Dalsyrlan second , Ethel
third. Time : l:29'/4. :
Firth race , five-eighths iof a mile :
Amelia May won , Ehtre second , May
Thompson third. Time : 1:03. :
Outcome nt East St. I.oulH.
ST. LOUIS. June 15. Weather hot ;
track fast. Results :
First race , ilfteen-slxteenths of n mile :
Fonshway (8 ( to 1) ) won. Southern Lady (20 (
to 1) ) second. Major Drlpps ( I to 1) ) third.
Time : 1:37& : .
Second race , mile and a sixteenth : Ox
ford (7 ( to 1) won. Uncle Jim (5 ( to 1) second ,
Marcel (7 ( to 5) third. Time : 1:49 : 4.
Third race , nlne-slxtecnths of "a mile :
Van Urunt (3 ( to 1) won , Lexington Belle
(10 to 1) ) second , Larry Kavanaugh ( G to 1) )
third. Time : 0:55. :
Fourth race , mile nnd a quarter : King
Mack (5 ( to 2) won , Shellbnrk (10 to 1) second
end , Barefoot (5 to 1) ) third. Time : 2:11. :
Fifth race , nine-sixteenths of a. mile :
Annie McNnry (2 ( to 1) ) won , Boreas (8 ( to
1) ) second , Mercury (8 to 5) ) third. Time :
0:55'4. : "
Sixth race , six- furlongs : Ethel Gray (2
to 1) ) won , Rover (30 ( to 1) second , Tim
Murphy (2 to 1) third. Time : 1:14 % .
I.ntunln Una n ( looil Duy.
CINCINNATI , June 15. Three favorites
won at Latonla this afternoon , and the
crowd quit even. The track was fast , tjie
weather warm , and the attendance large.
The llrst rnce had two disagreeable fea
tures. Tom Elmore , the favorite , was
barely beaten by Dark Days , and then
was disqualified for. fouling the winner , . , In
the back stretch F. H. Whitney's 5-year-
old mare , Hlspanla , was cut down. The
flesh of her foreleg was laid open to the
bone , and was shot Immediately -after the
race. Her Jockey was unhurt. The Spook
and Karlsruhe were th < j two surprises of
the day , and there was considerable play on
Tarrock (5 ( to 1) , who ran third in the sec
ond. Results :
First race , six furlongs : Dark Days (8 ( to
1) ) won , Ruth V (2 ( to 1) ) second , Mlsa L
( G to 1) third. Time : 1:1C. :
Second race , one mile : Greenwich ( even )
won , The Governess (8 ( to 1) ) second. Tarrock
(5 ( to n third. Timer 1:4H4. :
Third race , seven furlongs : The Spook
(6 ( to 1) ) won , Perdlta (3 ( to' 1) second ,
Voucher (30 ( to 1) third. Time : l:3Qi4. :
Fourth race , nine-sixteenths , of a mile :
Carlsruhe (9 ( to 2) ) won , Buckfiy (2 ( to 1 > second
end , Santa Cruz (15 ( to 1) third. Time :
o:5fi < / .
Fifth race , five furlongs : Princess Irene
(5 ( to 2) ) won. Glovlnn (7 to 2) ) second. ' . Statin
( I to 1) ) third. Time : 1:03 % .
Sixth race , six furlongs : Elmer F (5 ( to 2)
won , Ellen Douglass (10 ( to 1) ) second , Idea
(10 ( to 1) third. Time : 1:15 : % .
Itobbln V iinilMix Matched for. a Go at
Ed Pyle of Syracuse , one of the pioneers
In the fast horse breeding Industry in Ne
braska nnd the breeder nnd owner of Rob
bie P , 2:13 : , was In the city Tuesday for the
purpose of completing arrangements with
Morris Jones , owner of AIlx , 2:07 : % , for n
match race between those two fast ones.
TIiu race will be trotted over the Union
Park track , Council IHtifts , JulyI. . nnd
the horses arc already In the pink of con
Allx Is at the Bluffs truck , where she
Is receiving her dally work , and Robbie P
is taking his exercise over the Syracuse
kite , wheru he will remnln until n few
days before the rnce. His efforts for the
past four weeks have shown 2:20 : , 2:18. : 2:10 :
and 2:11 : respectively. Today. If the weather
Is good , he will be moved over the mile In
2:12. : Ho has stepped u half In 1:05 : and
quarters In 0:31 : , fully warranting the be
lief that he can go along as well as tiny-
The trotting queen , hns been doing her
work over the hnlf-mlle ring nt Red Oak ,
nnd until being shipped here had not been
sent along better than 2:17'/4. : She Is lookIng -
Ing line ns silk.
DKNVKU AFTKK THK SPUINTKJIS.
Not Content with Ono Dig Sporting Hvont
Mm WnntH Another ,
DENVER , June 15. It Is probable that
Denver will this summer be the scene of
ono of the largest sporting events of the
Benson , aside from the L. A. W. meet.
M. M. Makeover , the well known local
sprinter , la endeavoring to secure for this
city In the latter part of August the an
nual 100-ynrd sprinting1 contest for the
ehnmplonship of America. This event wns
last summer one of the chief athletic
affairs of the World's fnlr. Among the
participants will bo T. C. Morris , the win
ner of last year'H content nnd champion
of America ; Stephen L. Farrell , who twice
won the great Shellleld hnndlcnp , and A.
I. Henderson of California , who achieved
fame a year ago ns the model from whom
the plaster cast of "Tho Ideal Man" nt the
World's fair wns copied. There will tie
about 100 contestants.
1C vent Aniiiuc : I'rwmont Wheelmen.
FREMONT. Neb. , Juno 15.-SpeclnI ( to
The Ilee. ) Thi > cycle race betwreri Fred-
crlckson and Frnnk Elllck , which has ab
sorbed the attention of local bicycle crunks
for the past week , came off last evening
nnd wns won by Frederlckson. The ruco
was for the gain money , distance one mile ,
time I:49Vi. : Several minor wheel races
came off- for the amusement of the large
crowd In attendance. The tloul content 'Of
u quarter of a tnllo wau the hnrpost ono
of the evening. Time. 1:174. : Frank
Ellli-k. llrst : Henry Fredcrlckson , Kecond ;
Jcu Klllck , third ,
Atmnilnncd n full Meeting ,
ST. LOUIS , Juno 15. The directors of
the fair association have decided to not
give a fall trotting meetingIn connection
with the fair. The abandonment of the
meeting Is duo In n great measure to the
disappointing patronagu of the present run
ning meeting. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Cricketers ( Jo to Kouruoy ,
The eleven selected to represent Omaha
In the came rftnltst Kearney tomorrow
left on the Unllh Pacific last night. They
were supposed' ' to arrlvo ftt their destlna
tlon this morning at t o'clock.
The game will commence nt about H
o'clock a. m. , i tends If not finished before
Rundown will itf iftcldod by the first In
From all account ! the match will bo nn
Interesting one. Bar * nn the club grounds
at JCcarney are In good condition some
first-class scoring may bo expected.
The players will be home tomorrow
morning , at least such of them an Intern
to Htny over tonight and accept the hos
pitality of the Kfoinfiy club.
The Omaha eleven consists of the follow
ing ( Including jme reserve wan ) : F. H
Marshall ( captain- ) . Lawrlc , H. W. Tay
lor , W. R. Vatighaii , a. E. Wilson , A
Gavin , F , A. ICcmp , D. Johnston , A , D
Ilobb , F. FranaXVA. McPhernon , J. C
CUrrINOHA.U AND COOKSOX OUT.
Defeated In the First Itnnnil of the Double *
by I'nyo nnd Murray.
That rain yesterday brought no Joy to the
hearts of the managers of the local lawr
tennis tournament. They have been strug
gling for nearly a week how to get througl
with It In reasonable time , and they have
done well. But last night only two of the
courts were lit for use , and only three
matches were decided , or , to be strlctlj
accurate , only two and a half.
Culllnghnm beat Plerson In the singles
Perhaps a little more easily than wouli
have been expected. Plerson appeared nerv
ous , and nervousness Is a fatal defect In
a lawn tennis player. Bnttln's fight against
Austin was a very creditable one. His
weak point Is his back hand play , and
Austin evidently know this , for lie sent
everything he could to that side ; but Bat-
tin was equal to the occasion for once , nt
any rate , and anmo very near winning
the first set Just through his strong back
Then the doubles game. In which , or
Thursday night , Foye and Murray had
captured a set from Culllngham nnd Cook-
son , was resumed , and , strange as It may
seem to many people , the second set went
the way of the first , and Foye and Mur
ray were winners. It Is only fnlr to say
that the umpire's decisions had as much
as anything to Uo with the verdict In the
first set , but It was really through bad
play on the side of , the losers that they
lost the second. Cookson was without ex
aggeration out of place about as much us
ho was In It , nnd neither he nor his part
ner showed any confidence In their piny.
Whether the fact that they had already
lost one sot and were a little bit scared
that they might be going to lose another
had anything to do with It or not. It cer
tainly seemed ns If they were each of
them n little nervous.
But Foye nnd Murray deserve the credit
for their victory , for they won It very
largely by what they did themselves. Foye
was quite successful with ills service , nnd
his service la no easy ball to return when
'he gets It In well. Nine times out of ten
the ball came easily , and Murray just
revels In an easy ball. He can put lots of
steam Into them , and It was almost comical
to see Culllngham wince and shrink away
from balls from so much younger a player.
Scores : ,
Roy Austin ( owe 15) ) beat J. W. Battin ,
7-5 , 6-1.
C. S. Culllngham ( owe 15) beat R. Plerson ,
G-3 , G-2.
W. J. Foye and W. A. Murray beat C. S.
Culllngham and C. S. Cookson ( owe 15) ) ,
! G. 8-G.
Tomorrow's program Is to finish oft the
singles , nnd probably ono double will be
played. The great match of the day , and
Indeed of the whole" fournament ( Indeed , If
things turn out as they are expected to
there could be no.match In Nebraska which
would be watched'with any greater In
terest Just now ) , ) will take place at 6 o'clock
sharp. It will IJoTthe final of the singles ,
and according id- expectation will be be
tween Culllngham and Austin. Of course ,
calculations of this kind are liable to be
upset between now and then. The program
In full Is ns follmvEtzi '
2:30 : C. H. Young vs. .13. McCague.
3:00 : C. S. CulTIngham ( owe 15) vs. W.
4:00 : Austin ( owe * "IB ) vs. winner of Young
vs. McCaguo. 'Jfi-j i' /
6:00 : Final of the singles between either
Cultlngham or iW. AGardner and either
Young , McCague or Austin.
These times ar not subject to change
unless bad weath.er.tampela it.
] ) lnckett > .
LINC6LNVJune fa SpecTal Telegram to
The Bep. ) A large crowd gathered at the
State fair grounds this afternoon to wit
ness the half-mile heat bicycle race be
tween Mockett and Burnett. Result :
Time : 1:11 : , 1:26 : , 1:14.
There were also several other events of
Interest , with the following results : ,
Ono mile , novice : MoBride won , Tlefert
second , Adler third. Time : 2:50. :
Two-mile fat man's race : Hurd won ,
Drake second , Phillips third. Time : 7:23. :
One mile , 2:45 : class : Griffith won , Mc-
Brlde second , Kramer third. Time : 2:49. :
> Tmilati' Narrow I'.scnpo.
HASTINGS , Neb. . June 15. ( Special Tele
gram to The Bee. ) But for n couple of.
unlucky errors In the seventh Inning , the
Hastings Y. M. C. A. team would have
shut Junlata out today. Up to that time
but one visitor reached second. Score :
Hastings 2 12
Junlata 0 00000500 5
Earned runs : Hastings , G. Struck out :
Hastings , 2 ; Junlata , i. Base hits : Hast
ings , 18 ; Junlata , I. Errors : Hastings.
7 ; Junlata. 9. _ BatterIes : Rohrer and
Reynolds ; Bobble Harden nnd Vreeland.
Going on it Long Hide.
C. Ganz , a bicyclistfrom Valentine , Is In
the city , making preparations to ride from
Omaha to New York City. His mount
will weigh about twenty-eight pounds and
ho will rig a > mutton sail on the wheel. Ho
has tried this and says that he has found
It very successful. The start will be
made about July 7 , and he expects to
make the trip In less than fifteen days , by
riding Ilfteen or slxterfn hours a day. He
goes from here to Chicago , but beyond
thnt he has not mapped out his route.
( icorgo I' ' . Smiforil in the Team.
NEW HAVEN , Conn. , June 15. Captain
Hlckok of the Yule track athletic team an
nounces that George F , Sanford has been se
lected as the last member ot the team which
will visit England next month. Sanford
will bo entered In the middle distance runs.
Potid , who was talked ot for those events ,
proving too slow for the English champion
ship. Sanford was the Yale champion In
the quartcr-of-a-mllo run In the Intercolle
giate games thla spring.
Auxtrulluii Knocked Out the KiiglUlmmn ,
PITTSDUUG , Pa. , June 15. Joyce Marshal ,
champion lightweight ot Australia , and
Teddy Glenn of England fought to a finish
for $500 a shlo on a boat In the Ohio river
Just below the city. Marshal knocked
Glenn out In the sixth round with'a blow
over the heart. Marshal's backers challenge
the world. Dlxon preferred , for $500 a side
at 120 pounds.
Quit Inn IliitT.
SURPRISE , Nob.- Juno 15. ( Special Tele
gram to The Dffe ; ) Several hundred pco-
plo came out today'lb witness a game of
ball between Surprise and Osceola. At
UIQ opening of th 'pi1" ' Innings a dispute
arose over a dedfitloa1 of Umpire Peterson
of Osceola , and ' 'rhfe- ' game broke up , the
Oflccola boys refusing to finish.
AxteltVllt ; | < l < v lien I'unlt.
AXTELL , Neb. , I Juno 15. ( Special Tele
gram to The Beiy-A. ) game of ball was
played here today'- Between Axtcll and
Funk. Score : ,
Axtcll * 303113 0-12
Funk aST'r 0000000 0
Batteries : Sel nd Burman ; Wiser
and Horn. M- ij
V. Jr. V. A Afcttli * t UlDHourl Vnlloy.
Missouri Vnlleyl 1iX , has been secured
to take the pincULV > V , the Conventions In
today's gnnif nt V ? rC. . A. park. These
boys are ball i > lay rR > and the public need
fear no more HUChxpnllItlonH , | as occurred
Sighted the Vlgllutit.
DUBLIN , Juno IS. The American yacht
Vigilant was sighted oft Tory Inland , north
west coast of Ireland , at about 220 ; p. m.
today. All on board nro reported well.
ICxrtvr Agalnif Ohlnirn.
EXETER , Neb. . June 15.-(8peclal ( to The
BeeJ--Tho Exeter 3unlor played a game
of ball at 6hlo\va today. A Uirge number
went with them to sep the garpe.
vm rrrnmtt t thn KxurcUoii ,
CHICAGO , Juno 15 , Desptte the storm of
protest rained by the Invitation to Governor
AltgclJ to bo present at the commencement
exercises of the Northwestern university ,
tliu governor appeared on the Audltlrlum
Htugo while the exercises took place. Dur
ing the musical part of tbo program 0 over nor
Altgold held an Informal reception , as did
also Mayor Hopkins , who accompanied him ,
SETS DUNDY TO THINKING
Deputy Marshals from Omaha Arrest Mora
Than Two Hundred Oommouwcalera.
TRIED TRAIN STEALING AT BIG SPRINGS
Court In Doubt nn to . .Itut AVImt to Do with
Them , but Order * Them Closely
Guarded rending n Decision
In the Mutter.
Two hundred nnd forty Commonwcnlers
were arrested at Dig Springs , nineteen miles
west of Ognlalla , about C o'clock last evening
by the deputy marshals under the command
of Llddlard and Angel , representatives ot
Marshal Frank Whlto of the Nebraska dis
Whllo the marshals were quietly enjoying
their dinner at JuloshurR the Commonweal-
ers , who had been waiting tholr opportunity ,
made a descent on a fast fruit train that
had stopped for orders at Big Springs. The
men refused to allow the train to proceed
unless they were taken along , and nt once
the 120 deputies were notified ot the situa
tion nt Dig Springs , nnd started for the scene
of the capture. The train was surrounded
before the Wealors got out of the yard , and
all the men placed under arrest.
Judge Uundy was at once telegraphed the
situation nnd wired back that ho would have
to tnko rome little tlmo to determine Just
what should bo done with the Wealers , but
ordered that the prisoners should be closely
guarded pending his decision. It was thought
that Judge Dundy would order the marshals
to release the men on their promise to break
up In small parties and steer clear of the
railroads In the hands of the United Stntoi
. At Union Pacific headquarters little wns
known as to the real status of the cane ,
Superintendent Nichols , who has been putting
In about twenty of the twenty-four hours
In Ills omce , stating last night that Is was
his umler.'nndlng that the train captured
was a local , but had same few fruit cars
attached. Owing to the storm on the west
end of his division and the damage done to
Union Pacific wires his Information was de
The parties who mailagcd the engine
stealing at Julesburg Tuesday night have
been , Identified , especially the engineer , and
have been apprehended. They will bo taken
to Denver this morning , whore they will
Two boats loaded with Coxey men landed
nt Ogalulln and 300 more Cotmnonwcalers
were expected to reach Grant before morn-
ALTON KICKS OVISK TII1J T1CAGG3.
Will Not Stnmt l > y the Association In the
CHICAGO , Juno 15. The boycott of the
Lake Erie & Western by the Western
Passenger association is dead nnd will not
come to llfo again. The proposed boycott
has- stirred up considerable feeling among
the association lines , and there Is a strong
probability that tliu matter may result In
a rate war over excursion business. The
Alton today notified Chairman Caldwell that
It could take no part In the boycott , as It
was necessary foiIt to meet the compe
tition of the Atchtson and prevent the lat
ter line from ttUIng the bulk of the business
from the Lake J3rio & Western. This
statement on the part of the Alton Is taken
with a largo grain of salt by the other lines ,
as the Atchlson Is In no position to get any
of the Lake Eric & Western business , and
besides , General Passenger Agent Daley of
the Lake Erie & Western Is credited with
the declaration that he Intended to
send the business over the Alton
road , boycott or no boycott. General Passen
ger Agent Charlton of the Alton , In his
letter to Chairman Caldwell announcing
that the Alton could take no part' In the
boycott , took Occasion to- mildly censure the
chairman for his haste In declaring the boy
cott. Chairman Caldwell replied today that
ho had acted with no undue haste , and that
he had taken no action whatever until he
had received the assurance of the Alton road
that whatever action he saw fit to take
against the Lake Erlo & Western road
would bo approved by the Alton , which had
contracts with the Lake- Erie & Western for
this very business over which the trouble
has now arisen. When the Alton had declared -
clared that It had abrogated its contracts
with the Lake Erlo & .Western and was
willing that action should be taken against
that road , the boycott was declared , and not
until that time.
The Atctifson Intimated very plainly today
that It had no Intention of letting all the
traffic get away , and It probably would In the
near future make the same rate for the
general public from the points In Indiana
from which the reduced rates have been
made by the Lake Erlo & Western.
Red Men Dunclng for Italn.
BLACK UIVER FALLS , WIs. , June 15.
The WInnebago Indians , fearing a failure of
the blueberry 'crop , have begun a three days
rain dance. The red men are confident the
rain will come If they keep It up long enough.
They Said Ho Would Not
Live a Year
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