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MILLIONAIRES EARN A WIN
Colorado 8priiig (rets Game by Outplaying
J Omaha Team.
BROWN'S GENEROSITY PROVES FATAL
Twtvhss bits: Conror, le..cn. Povl
j Three-hase hit: EranefieM Sacrifice hit:'
; rntiiflpM Jcnes. loan. Prolan base: Fteau
; rront First base on balla: oft I'hwliro. i;
. rff Fvrs, 1. p'nirk nut: Iv Cherhrn, j. j
by Evans. 4. Tim'. 1;3d. I'mplre: Km!!-. (
i Rrtwia Are Drahhrd. , H'kwii. rf 1
I t htr rf 1
8T. I01'!S. Mav 14 Pf. lyuis tried t)un- Hnr-hiii. II. I
t ham. a rc-nt recruit frm t'olumbus, O. 1 lb ... I
! tndev. and Boston won the same bv find- rr"""T- b 1
, lr ( his delivery It sin hits ami seven nina
In the second inning Attendance, 1,tix.
ninth Inr.lr.r and brouaht the ntnnr to
wi-ir iffj. put in tne eteventn yellow r,ei
tng ended the agony. Attendance, 4. J"
filg Plteher Hands Oat Baaea on nalla
with Great frodlaallty and
4et Hit Hard Be.
Nlre baaea on balla whlrb. ritcher Brown
ve to Colorado Springs Saturday wern
utilized to food advantage by the Million
aires, end add to that tbeir own mori'
timely hlttlDf and the visitors fully de
terred a game which they won by a score
of S to 4. Two situations where a hit
would have certainly won the rime .were
offered Rourke'a men, and several other
where It mlRht easily bare changed the
completion of the score, tut the tocala
Aside from the rank errors and general
schoolboy base ball which both trams were
guilty of at cuny places in tbe game, thn
feature was the remarkable decisicns of
Cmpire Arlle Latham, who seemed en
tirely off his ere. He wiut soon tbe cyno
sure of thousands of belligerent eyea, and
tbe harder he tried to brace up the worse
be grew. Balls, strikes and base decisions,
all were mixed In bis muddle, and pretty
Boon no spectator could tell what bad hap
pened till he heard Arlle say It, ne matter
how wide the play.
Tbe Rangers were simply buffaloed by
Pitcher Newmeyer. One after the other
Omaha's best batters went down before
him from )nnii,g to Inning. When they did
manage to reacb him safely the blta. were
Where they were valueless, as a rule..
After evveral Innings of very looae play,
crowded with errors, ' both teams pulled
In a little and there followed some fancy
work. Three beautiful doubles appeared,
one by Carter catching a difficult running
Cy and fielding to Calhoun, being especially
notable. Then Mlddlenelder Hemphill made
a marvelous catch of Stewart's low fly in
tbe 'fourth, getting the ball on the grass
on the desd run by throwing himself at It
bodily, and rolling over and over after he
In the third came a bare-handed play by
Second Baseman Ebrlght that . deserve
special mention, as he took Calhoun's bot
ground ball In one hand on the lean-over
by second, tossed It to Holllngswortb to
catch Fleming there, and then jt waa
fielded to Drat In time to nail Cal. Ebrlght'
fielding was a feature all through, be end
ing the game with another double In the
Dlntb. Attendance, '4.000. Score:
AB.,R IL O.
R H O At 1
rf .... I 1 I I Farrall
Iwtnl. lb.. 1
Cooler, lb .. I
fame, rf . .
Gram r. lb I
K . r
M orati. c
4 t Ivinnraa. rf.
t 0 Smtwrt. ef
0 0 Harriaa. If ..
1 1 Kmrer. It.
I S Slrafttiear. aa.
4 S Nfhola. e . . .
I to Nell.
4 0 Hartwta. la.
IHtnham, p. ..
u it rr io JK.
it H O A E
V Totals ... 1 I 17 10
Boston 1 TOOOOOO 11
bt. Louis 0000000101
I Earned runs: Boston, 2. Two-base hit:
Cr.urtney. Double play: Fan-ell to Hart
j man. Mimed ihlrd strike: Moran. Hit by
: pltrher: Courtney. First base on balls:
1 Off Dunham. Z; oft Joyce, 1; off Malarkey,
1 1. Struck out: py Dunham. ; by Joyce, 1.
'left on bases: Pt. Iuls. a: Boaton, T.
(Time: 1:4J. I'rrplres: Power and Brown.
! 'thlrago Wlsi from Phllllea.
I CHICAGO. May S4.-Whlte s wild throw
1 ratting three bneee gave the locale their
two runs In a game that outside of Taylor's
wl!iln-as waa rather a pitchers' battle.
Attendance, 6,0C0. Score:
Mlllr. If.... 114 n Thomas. r... 0 14
0 Brown, If ... 1114
0 Iolaa, la.. t
flarrr. rf.... I I e
0 ttootn. c T 1
Huiswtu, at I I 1 I
Hallmu. b. 1
0 Chllda. lb.... Sill
.W'hita, p 1 I I
ToUla ... I 4 17 I l Totals ... 1 14 1
Chicago 00901000 t
Left on bases: Chicago. 5: Philadelphia.
1. Two-base hits: Tinker, Barry. Sacrifice
hits: Dexter, Tinker, Hallman (!), Miller.
Ixubl play: Congalton to Tinker to
Ixter. Birjck out: By Taylor, J: by
White, 7 First base on balls: Bv Taylor,
6; by White. 2. Hit with pitched ball: Mil
ler. Time: 1:K. Umpire: O Day.
(sir I'oat poaed.
postponed ; rain.
Standing of Ike Teams,
C LgVILAM) , PHlL.ADEt.rtt I A
R H O A E R H O A K
I S O' Hartrel. If . I
I Fultl. rf tb. 14 1
I I I L'arla. lb I 11
I II 1 L. mm. Ilv 1111
II 0'SerfoM. rf.. 1 I I 1
I I I 4 M roM. K I 1 4 4
1 I I 4 I I "--. t ... 1 I 4
114 1 l astro, lb. ... 1 I 1 1
117 S'tir-S. ff . S 0 tl
Hnt tries, p., a 4 I 1
U 11 n 14 4 P.ark. II 1
Totals ... I II U II
1 loiininio i
l-nuadeiphla ..0 01 10000100
Earned runs: Cleveland. I: Philadelphia
4- Two-base hits: Fuiti, ppaers. L. Cross
ot. trosa. Krao ev. Wood. Thnnev Thr.
I J base hit: CAIIrn Mnm run. D . a .4 1
" I Etolen bnses: Fults, I'owers! Bihrek
l noney. Iuhle plays: M. c ross to Iav
J. Urst base on balls: Off Joss. 2; oft
MUMing. 4; on" Flank. 1. Hit bv pitched
ball: Joss. Ptruck out: liy Jnsa. ; by
nut-Una:, i. no pitcn: Hustings. Time
i.v umpire: itconay.
Corsalt o, rf
Lowe, lb.. . .
O Hisa. Ik. 1
Tinker, as. .. 1
Si. lxuls ...
Won. Lost. P.C.
14 1.) .t
14 1 ..W3
15 11 .i.77
13 10 ..VS
14 11 .51
12 15 .444
11 I .417
IN AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
Brewers Tie the Score la eighth
aad Wla froaa Colonela
Everltt, lb ,
Baerwald, c S
Is'ewmeycr, p 8
HI one, cf
b 27 13
Totals t 4 7
'Batted for Brown In that ninth
Colo. Springs 8 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 14
Omaha 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 14
Earned runs: Colorado Springs, 2: Omaha,
1. Two-base hits: Drennen, Stewart. Passed
balls: . Arthur, Baerwald., Stolen bases:
Ebrlnht. Baerwald. Everltt. Carter, lllckev
(- Baaea on balla: Off Newmeyer, 4; off
Brown, . Struck out: By Newmeyer. ; by
Brown. S. Left on bases: Colorado Springs,
10; Omaha. . Double plays: Ebright to
Holly la Everltt, Ebrlght to Everltt. Car
ter to Calhoun. Time; 1:16. Umpire: La
tham. Monday's Cane Called Early.
On Monday the game between Omaha and
Colorado Springs will be called at 3:30 in
order to allow the visitors to catch an
early train home. ,
St. Joe Wins from Peoria.
ST. JOSEPH. May 24-St. Joseph won
today by better hitting and bane running.
R H E
St. Joaeph 1 0 0 0 1 2 1 3 8 13 2
Peoria 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 02 7 1
Batteries: St. Joseph, Chlnn and Roth;
Peoria, Mctllll and Hayes.
Kansas City Wlas.
KANSAS CITY, May 24-Swormstel
pitched winning ball today, but he re
ceived poor support. Attendance, IA.
R H E
Kansas City... 00001020 3 6 i
Milwaukee 000000 Oil 01 7 8
Batteries: Kansas City, Gibson and Mes
sltt; Milwaukee, Swormsted and Ljclav.
wane Beat Denver. I
DES MOINES. May 24.ln one of the
best feamea seen here this season Lva
M ulnta defeated Denver today. Score:
R. H E
Dee Molnea... 00002001 871
Denver 1 0 0 0 0 4) 0 0 1 2 11 l
Batteries: Dee Moines, Morrison and
Hanson; Denver. Tler. McCuskey and
standi. of ttt Teasaa.
Kansas City js
ft Joseph i
Dea Moines Jj
W'on. Lost. P.C.
i'l 7 .TM
1 7 .731
1 11 .6T7
13 13 .f-to
13 li .44
8 11 ,i;a
T 18 .20
Played. Won. Lost. P.C.
Pittsburg : 28 6 .8
Chicago :,.29 1 10 .S6
New Vork JO 18 14
Boston 28 13 lri .4R4
Brooklyn 3 12 IX .4"0
Cincinnati 29 11 IS ,37
Philadelphia 11 lit .'Ml
St. Louis 26 17 .348
Games today: New York at Chicago,
Brooklyn at Cincinnati.
Indians Take Locks at Harvard. j
MILWAUKEE. May 24-MIlwaukee r-
penencea a nailing rally in the eighth, tl
the ecore and won out in the tenth Roth
pltchera were hit hard, but kept the hits
scaiierea. Attendance, avu. Bcore:
atlLWAlKKK I LOllSVILiE.
R H O. A E R H O A E
Thlel, b.... I
Hallman, rf. 1
MrRrKte, cf. 1
Ltungaa. lb. . 0
VrAndr , lb
tMlngman, ss I
Croan, c 1
Herman, s. .. 1
U'Ksrwtn. rf... 1
O'cirmer, cf. .. 1
fiannon, lb.. 1
1 Oaniai, 2b... 1
0 r"lournoy. If. l
1 Priea. c
OiTannrhtll. ss 1
0 Sihatib, lb.. 4
HARVARD, Neb., May 24 Special.)
The American Indiana, under directions of
Manager Backus, defeatcu Harvard In
closely contested ball game yesterday by
a score of 18 to 8. Batteries: Indians,
Green and Johnson; Harvard, Johnson and
AMERICAN LEAGUE . GAMES
McGraw la (talked aad Badly Disabled
bat Smashes Harler la
BALTIMORE. May 24 McGraw waa
seriously Injured this afternoon In the
game between Baltimore and Detroit and
will be out of the game tor some time. In
the first inning Harley. In sliding to third
Dase. laid situ raw a Knee open wnn ni
spikes. McGraw. though In much pain.
ran at Harley and smaahed him In the
face before other players could Interfere.
Mc3raw waa carried to the clubhouse.
w here the wound waa stitched. Kelly was
put out , or the game tor kicking in the
Ultra inning. Attendance, Score:
R H O.A I
McGraw. lb. 1 0
Rohlnsoa, . 1 4 I
Hrlhach. If... I
Kallrr. ef. ...
Howell, tl .1 I I I I
Williams, lb 1 I 1 I 1
Rermour. rf. 1 1 0
MrOann, lb.. 1 14
Gilbert, as... t 1 14 0
Hr's'h'a. e-lb 1110
Hufbss, p... 1 1 0
R HO A E
Case, lb.... I 1 I 1
Harler. If... 1 I 1
Barrwlt, cf... 1 I 1
tibart U. aa. 1 I 1 1
Ysaser. lb... I 4 4 0
Dillon, lb... 1 li 1 1
Buelow. a.... 8
aercsr. .... v I
T ota la
4 14 It I
Totals ... 17 14 I
Baltimore ....... .v.. .0 t t 0 0 I 0
Detroit 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Sacrifice hlta: Hughes (2), Seymour.
Three-base hlta: Howell 2t Stolon Huaoa'
Jtarrett, Seymour. First base on balls: Off
Mercer. Selbach, McGann. Bresnahan 3.
Hit by pitched ball: By Mercer. Bresna-
nan. Htruca out: tiy Hughes. Buelow t2i,
Barrett (3): by Mercer, Gilbert. Passed
ball: Buelow. Left on bases: Baltimore,
7; Detroit, 4. Time: 15. Umpire:
Boston Defeats Chicago.
BOSTON. May 24 BoBton won the ejos
lng game of the Chicago aeries by outbat
tlng the visitors. Davis or Chicago In
jured his knee yesterday and was out of
the game today. Attendance, 6,144. Score:
Parent, aa v .
Ferrta. lb ...
R H O A E
I 11 17 14
R H O.A E
Strang, lb... 1 1
Jones, ef t 8 I 0
Callahan, rf. 1 1 I
laliell. ss 0 t I I
Mertes. If... 1 1
MtParl'd, c. 0 o 1 1
alr. lb 1 1 I
Sulllratt. lb. I 0
Piatt. 1 1
'Darls C 1 4 0
-OMflHh .... 4 4
GAMES IN NATIONAL LEAGUE
Caesbra) Holds Poloe la Two Hits aad
Make Seaaoa'a Strike.
PITTSBCRO. May 24 -New York was
saved a abut out In the second Inning by
Doyle'a Iwo-bagger, followed by Yeager a
eingle. the only two hits made b- :he visi
tors. Chusbro pitched a great game and
made the season a record for atrlke-outs.
Attendance. .ss. Score:
piTTaiiLKu. cr tork
It n . (I. A c I
Darla. if ... 1 1 1 4 4'Clarka. el. .
1 Laui.r. lb
4 Jonaa, rf . .
Vraar, c. .
1 Bmnk. b .
0 Jackoa, If
V (lean. as. ..
4 Kvsna, p. ..
t'ourov, as .. t
IWaum't. cf. 1 1 1
Waantar. It.. 1 1
Brar.ari4 lk t I
burka. Ik.... lit
Laa -h. lb.. . 1
O'Connor, c. It
Cnaatua. a... t 1
Totals ... I IT I Total ... 1 14 II 4
New York OIOOOWOOO 1
Earned runs: Pittsburg, 1; New York. L
R H o a r
Totals ... 1 7 14 11 4
Batted for Piatt In the ninth.
Ran for Da via In the nintb.
Boston .'. .0 2 1 0 0 0 2 0 5
Chicago ' 1 0 0 0 0 0.0 1 13
Earned runs: Boston. S: Chicago. 1. Two-
base Jilts: Jones. Callahan. Three-base
hits: Collins, La Chance. Home run:
Freeman. Stolen baaee: Ferrla tl). La
Chance. Strang. Double plavs: Isbcil
Daly, Sullivan v 2 . First base on balls: Off
winters, a; ore "iait, i.j turtle out: By
Winters, 6; by Piatt. 2. Time: 1:51. I'm-
plres: Johnstone and Caruthers.
"enatora Wis with Ease.
WASHINGTON. May 24. Townsend
Pitched alit-edged bail for W"ashina-tn
t.xiMy. St. Louis could only secure two
hlta. one of which was a home run In the
last Inning. Attendance, 2.71a. Score:
WASHINGTON. I ST. LOtIS
RHOAEI R It. O.A X
ft ran. rf
Kaiaisr, rf . I
Coutklln. tb. I
arir, lb.... I
Clark, c... I
110 Burkett, If... t
111 l,H..drh-a it. I 1 ( t
It McCor k. lb. 1 f
11 'Andaraoa, lb 11
14 14 W'allara, -.. 1 I
I I 1 0 fa a aan. lb.. 4 t
111 MaloDejr, rf . 1 1 0
111 Sugden. .... 1
18 4 0 boaohu. p.. 1 3
Totals ... U n 11 . a Total ... 1 8 14 II
Washington 0 0 1 1 0 8 0 0 4
St. Louis 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11
Earned runs: Washington, 4; St. Louis,
1. 'Two-base hlta: Clarke tJ. Three-base
hlta: Wolverton. Kelater. Home rune:
Coughlln, lleldrick. fea-crirtce hits: Town
semi. Sugden, McCormick. Double play:
Wallace to Padden to Anderson. Base on
balis: Off Townsend, 4; off Donobtie, 2
Struck out: By Townsend. 4. I.eft on
bases: Washington. 8; Si. Louis, 6. Time:
1:40. I'mptre: Sheridan.
Cleveland Wins Ragged Gasne.
PHILADEU'HIA. May 24 Cleveland de
feted the local team todar In a poorly
played and protracted game The home
learn tied the acore by good batting In the
Totala ... I I SO 11 a! ToUla ... 7 lol 11
Two out when winning run was scored.
Milwaukee 21 1 0 00080 1 8
Louisville 4 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 07
Earned runs: Milwaukee. 1: Louisville S
Two-base hits: Dungan, Clymer C!, Tanne-
niu. rcnaun. Mailman, 'lhree-base hits:
McBrlde, Tannehlll. Home run: Hallman.
Sacrifice hits. Dungan. Dunkel (2). First
base on balls: Off Hoffman, 6; off Dunkel,
6. Hit by pitched ball: McAndrews. Paed
ban: troos. stolen baaes: McAndrews
( lingman, Gannon. Ganael. Flournoy. Spies
Double play: Cltngman (unassisted). !ft
on bases: Milwaukee, 9; Louisville, 7. Time;
i.w. empire: tiasaei.
Indiana Win a Looae Game.
KANSAS CITT. May 24. Indianapolis
knocked Demmann out of the box and won
the same In the nrst Inning today, liibsnn
succeeded Dammann and he waa also hit
ireeiy. Attendance, i.uuu. scorei,
INDIANAPOLIS. I KANSAS CITT
V R.H.O.A.E. R H.O A E
HorrleTr, rf 1 1 0 4 Nanc. ef.,.. 1110 1
Kubna, ir 1110 Hothfuaa. . rt. 1
D. O'Br n. ss I I I 4 1 Smith, It S
Klhm. lb.... 1 111 (irar. if I
babb, lb 8 1110 Oradr, lb... 1
Coulter, cf.. I 1 I 0 Barilla, e 1
Poi. lb 1 1 i I J. O Br'n. lb 1
Heydon, c... 8 1 4 0 Leewe. a.... I
Klllan, p 111 4 MrHtioe. lb. 1
. 11 14 27 11 1 Olnaon. p.
I 10 1
1 I 1
1 I 4
... 1 I
Totala ...10 It 27 13
Batted for Gibson to the ninth.
Indianapolis 80200002 013
Kanaas City 00200122 S 10
Earned rune: Kanaas City. 6; Indlnn-
a polls. 8. Two-base hits: Grady. Beville
Leew. McBride. Klhm. Babb. Ktl'en.
Three-bsje hits: Nance. Grady. Hogrtever.
Sacrifice hit: Coulter. Stolen bases: Grady,
ruuen. f irst Dase on Dans: on Dammann
1; off Glbaon. 2; off Klllen. 4. Hit by
pitcher: By Gibson, 2. Struck out: By
Klllen, i. innings pitcnea: uy Dammann,
V: by Gibson, Hits: Off Dammann, 4
off Gibson, 11. Time: 2:10. I'mplre: Ward.
Salata ghat Ont Colnnabaa.
8T. PAt'L, May 24 St. Paul batted
Pfelster hard In the fifth and sixth in
nings today and won handily. The game
was called before Columbus had plaved Its
half of the sixth on account of a sudden
rainstorm. Attendance, 2,4.6. Score:
ST. PAt'L. I COLlMBI'g
In I lard. If... 1
Khar, as 1
Keller, lb... I
Shannon, cf. . 0
Lumlejr, rf.. 1
Hues' na, lb.
Frfuoa, p. 1
till 0 Knoll,
0: Meaner, rt. .
0 1 Grim, lb ...
Oj Turner, lb.
0 Nattraaa, aa
0 Pfelster. p..
R H O A E
Total ... 7 14 U I 1 Tout ... 4 II I
St. Paul 0 0 0 0 4 87
Columbus o 0 0 0 0 0
"Earned runs: St. Paul, a.- Two-base
hits: Oeler, Kelley, Ferguson. Sacrifice
hit: Dlllard. Stolen bases: Geler, Dll-
lara. Kelley. enay (T). First base on balls:
Off Pfelster, 8. First base on errors: Co
lumbus, I. Left on bases: St. Paul, 8;
voiuiuuue. . mrucK out: y jneister, i.
a uijc a t-utpire; i inuill.
Toled Untnlaya Millers.
MINNEAPOLIS. May 24 Mock was too
much for the locals todav and while h
gave more hlta than Clark he was effective
wnen me uasea were run. The n i
started two Innings with two men on bases
ana none out. out were unatile to score.
j no game was cauea on account of mln
Attendance, 1.300. Score:
TOLEDO. I MINNEAPOLIS.
i a I a l Morrlaaer, :b 1 0
a i a a rnrM. lb 1
18 18 Lsnt-h. c.... 4
t Warden, lb.. 1 I
11 Wllroot. rf... 1
MrFarl 4, If. 1 1
0 Caul b aa. a 1 1
8 0 Zaluakj. c... 1 I
0 1 Clark, p
Touts ... 8 117 f 1 Totala ... 0 4 14 I 1
Two out when game was called.
oieoo 1 o 1 0 0 S
Minneapolis o 0 0 0 0 n
Lert on bases: Toledo. 4; Minneapolis.
6. Two-base hit: Werden. Sacrifice hit"
Miller. Stolen bases: Smith. Mvers. Bases
on balls: Off Clark. 3. Hit bv Ditcher- R
Mock. Caaslbolne. Struck out: Bv Mock
: bv Clark. 2. Double nlavt i. Tl
Turner. Time: 1:10. I'mplre: Ebriaht.
Itaadlaa- of the T earn a.
Played. Won. Lost.
Games today: Louisville at Milwaukee,
Indiana polta at Kanaaa City, Toledo at
Minneapolis, 'Columbus at St. Paul.
Webb Twlrla Sneceaafnl tiaaae.
VALENTINR Vh ' u... ,0 ...
Telegram. -The first game of ball this
aeason between Valentine and Fort Nlo-
7 ir 1 11- 1 1Mvor 01 valentine. 7 to
bj run v ebb. a vouna- rnmnm 11
pitched great ball for the home team.
Foreman Gari to Kawvllle.
BALTIMORE. Mav o. rx . -v.
Foreman, recently releaser! h ,h. ni,'t
morBB, has signed with the fcansaa Cltv
ul"" ociaiion team. He will start
eat tomorrow. .
Constipated Old Age
Isn't it too bad that so many oeople, when they get old, tret cranky and
rickety and mean, and doa't feel right toward themselves or anybody else;
yet it need not be to.
'aaaanaaa maka as ImI aA ltna.kaAj
ltr. r Utat lli'.uah I ta-a aea tLrra aaur
a4 ihraa.a few uott t
t t rtn-.af a.'
. Viita rark Cai.
"Pnr Biasy year I kaxa baeaj tmaba4 with
eonttti'abtva. 1 na-4 ona aW aa4 lac Sac boa-
ot ( aacarrta an4 akcr kara affweand r
naanei.1 ere felnr jet 4tachara from lh
iar la l-a I fc avr t-r,,r fnunj a
laaunt raar.r "-H 3 atrOvara, sal Caa
Iib binal. W bsoUmg W. Va
I waa troabled a-llk osathtnt that fele4
be aklil of nLvitrUn, fa, la -. I . . .
h"aaa of Caararaia, aata as la Satuai kMlik
, -0. C. aUdlck. Ckaa City. Ta.
Sis BMsth's aro I tnek CaarareU for eo
tinlU,n ooztra.-tad dartre tha War of the
KUt)los. Tba raauil la wonderful axt4 1 r-1-vita
ail o)4 a..ldtra to try tkaa."
-Jaa. Pau&aa. laM Caft. krd 111., Haaay, Wis.
. "I waa yfaeltng b4 loalac Aaab. ka4 hi!l
hoaa4-ha. eold laat. aad r.iuldD't ler w;i.
1 to.k t.aaeares. aud la foar oaaka aalne-i li
ponndi. Am faallna fina now.-1 A. B Story,
votaraa ktaalsaa and t ml w ars. CBWsrtk, la.
"1 kaaa baaa aalna Caararaia In, awim Un.
rr eoaatipatlon. aua tt.alr graoteal oaoakt
aa kaan to cura naa o4 aatkma. I zn la tuf
kntk rear aad a4 Waaa tuAmmm wUa aailuka
twr aaja. "
I. at. Wbit. aVok Ln, Oaarata.
All old people's muscles get weak and Cabby, and it's the gam with tha
muscular walls of their intestines as with the mnaclea of their arma. When
th bowels grow weak, tha old folks get constipated, bilious, sick, help.
leas, irmaDie, ana taars tno en let cause of their death. Old folks
should take- Caacarets Candy Cathartic bowel tonic, keep their liver
Lively, their bowels regular and atrong, and live to be a hundred.
NEBRASKA BEATS CREIGHION
Snappy Game Won by Clean Work of Team
LOCALS' ERRORS COME AT WRONG TIME
Loose IMai lea for a Couple of Innings
Cilves VlBlfnra a Big Lead
and Lornl t an eer
iatrh t p.
The Crelghtoo university base ball team
was completely defeated yesterday by tbe
university of Nebraska ty the srore of
8 to 3. This was ere of the biggest borne
contests of the year and the Creighton
men, though they knew that tbey bad an
other chance with Nebraska at Lincoln,
were determined to win thl game and
show their patrons Just bow fast an aggre
gation they are. And an excellent attend
ance they had. Nevtr has an amateur
contest brought out a better rrowd. The
main body of students and 100 or more'
visitors were on hand when the first con
test between tbe second team and th
Havena aggregation tookTlace. but by the
time t'mplre Malone called the game fully
1.500 energetic and entbusiaBtlc fans filled
the bleachers and reserved sections. In ad
dition to the usual liberal share of women
were three er four parties of convent girls,
a ho looked very chic ln their black and
while costumeo, and also a delegation from
Creighton took the field and the manner
ln which Welch retired Hood, Bell and
Rhodes ln one, two, three order set the
rooters on fire. Lynch, the first Creigbton
man up, caused an explosion by getting a
two-bagger from the famed LtLherby.
Lawler sacrificed htm to third, but that was
all. Welch fanned. Creigbton got his base
on balls acd Clark followed Welch's ex
In tbe second inning a wild throw of
O'Kerfe to first pulled De Putron to sec
ond base: Raymond pushed him to third,
and Welch struck Letherby out and saved
the Inning when things looked very blue.
In the Creigbton half, Mlnnicus and Lynch
fanned the air ln vain; Welch mads a neat
hit for two sacks, but was unable to make
more than third before the third out.
Nebraska Scores First.
Nebraska began business in the third.
A fumble of Lawler's Disced Bender safelr
on first and pulled Rhodes to third. Then
costly and surprising muff of Foley's on
a throw irom third scored Rhodts and
Bender. Oace again was Creigbton blanked
in ltg half, and Raymond's home run, which
scored De Putron, gave Nebraska two more
runs ln the fourth. In the fifth Nebraska
found Welch and before tbe Inning closed
four mere runs wre chalked up. After
that Creighton began to give a. fine exhibi
tion of ball. Nebraska men were finished
ln one, two, three, order and tbe hitting
of Welch, Lawler and Creighton scored
tbe Omaha lads for three runs.
In general, the contest was a first-class
exhibition of collegipte ball. One thing is
certain, . the Creighton team can put up
a better article of ball than It did yester
day. Only three of Nebraa's runs were
earned. Tbe reet were obtained by the
many and unusual errors of the locals
Welch was not st his beet, and besides, be
played a very poor fielding game. Eddie
Creighton on third waa the Creighton star,
his fielding being of tbe cleanest order and
his one-hand stop of Bell's drive In the
sixth was phenomenal. Clark's base-steal
ing was worthy of mention.
For Nebraska, all were stars, and never
has Omaha seen a cleaner or snappier
playing college aggregation. Letherby
pitching was of the gilt-edge order. Four
Hires was a Creighton man firmly estab
TlBhed on third, when he would make tha
Decessary strike-outa. Raymond, Gaines
and Hood excelled at tbe stick and Doane
caught in peerless style. Infield and out
field worked like clockwork and tt la no
disgrace for any team to lose to a team
like Nebraska. However, Creighton has
better material ln itself than it showed
yesterday and undoubtedly tbe game at
Lincoln on Saturday next will be closer
and better. Score:
AB. R. II. O. A. E.
9 0 2 0 1
S 0 0 10
... 4 2 0 1 3
....6 2 3 1 2 0
....6 1 1 12 2
....4 2 0 1 0
....4 0 0 1 0
4 2 2 10 0 0
4 0 10 2
Wilkinson and Martin; Genoa. Jordan and
Heaulleu. Struck out: By Wilkinson. If.
by Jordan, 7.
f reneeatt Aeatnst B. Jetter.
What rrmlei to be an Interesting game
of base ball will be plateS bv the Cres.-ents
of Omsha and the B. Jetters of Pcuth
I'maha this afternoon on the grounds of
the latter at Twenty-t ichth and W streets
ftuth Om.-tha, where M-tmaer Rawlry rf
the B. Jrlttrs ass j'lit t an enclosed base
ball park. The Crest rn:, Int-t yesr known
as the I'nloues. n,.. i.nlv t-am that
defeated the Jetter cbib lit sson, n,
Manairer Kawlev has a:r ngthetl his
team a arrest deal this vesr and will trv
and defeat the Crescent. The teams wlil
line tip a follows:
, .aerond base
. . .shortstop. . .
left field ..
Kennedy . ..
. . . Rs wlev
Saffelder-Small . . .pitcher. .Mcllale-Sulllvan
Dark's Deantlea Win Aaaln.
The Bricklayers' union met defeat at th
hands of the Huck'e Beauties of the I'nlon
Pacific headquarters In one of the prettiest
plated amateur games of the Beason at
Tenth and Dorcas streets yesterday. Score
by innings: .
Beauties 1 1 t 0 1 1
The Beauties will play the Ieaf and
Ptimb institute of Omaha at Tenth and
Dorcas streets next Saturday afternoon.
Doable-Hender for Staggers,
The South Side Slua-rers will play the
lenin Btreei rears eunaay morning a
Tenth and Dorcas streets, and In the after
noon will try conclusions at Twenty-eev
enth and California streets. Haley and
Brown will do the battery work for the
Sluggers In the morning game, and Ruben
and Brown ln the afternoon game. The
Sluggers would like to hear from the
I nluues for a came on the Fourth of
Diamonds Brat Metropolitans.
The Diamonds defeated the MetroDoll-
tana yesterday afternoon by a score of
to 8. The features of the game were the
Itching of Wiley and the catching of
roup or the Diamonds. The Diamonds
want challenges from clubs under 14 years
of age sent to Leslie Troup, South
Three-1 Lea a; nr.
At Cedar Rapids Cedar Rapids. 6; De
At DavenDort Bloomlnrton T: Daven
At Kockrord Bvanevine, 6; Rockford, 3.
At Rock Island Rock Island. 6: Terre
Capitol Hill Jnnlora Beaten.
The t'nlons defeated the Canltnl Hill
juniors yesteraay oy a score of ) to 1Z.
ine naileries were: cnions. pwie and H
and Pete Keller: Juniors. Wverlck and
COAST BOYS BEAT PRINCETON
Take Dnal Meet
Score of Be-ren
De Putron, cf.
Totals .. 37 3 8 27
Nebraska 0 0 2 2 4 0 0 1 0
Creishton 0 0 0 0 0 0 t 0 13
Earned runs: Nebraska. 3: CrelKhton. 2.
Home runs: ttaymnna, iawier. Three
base hit: Galnea. Two-base hits: Hood
fi!i, Gaines t2, Raymond, Lynch, Welch
cretgnton. iwubie play: Ijiwler to
Creighton to I-j-nch. Baaes on balls: Off
letherby. 4; off Welch. . Hit by Ditched
ball: By W'elch. 2. Struck out: Bv
Letherby. 13; by Welch, ft. Wild pitch: Bv
n eicn. Btoien oaaes: creignton t-l. Clark
t:i. iioou. lime: z:uu. Lmpire: Malone
The game between the Crelarhton Re.
serves and the C. B. Havens team yester
day afternoon waa an excellent exhibition
01 Dan. nom teams played the six In
nings allotted them in great etyle. Chase
and Colfer both excelled in twirling, while
lirummy, ianigan, Mullen, Holmes and
rmiru rxceuea at ine siicx. ecore:
AB. R. II. O,
Art Colfer. p
Drum my. c
C. B. HAVENS A
Holme Sb 4 0
"Butler. n 3 0
Whitney, d S 0
I-alty, cf 3 0
Nash, c 3 1
Baird. rf 2 1
Tracy, lb 2 0
Kedincer. if I 0
Chase, 2b 3 1
C. B. Havens & Co
on balla: tiff Colfer, 1; off Chase, I Struck
out: By Colfer, ; by Chase. 2. Wild
pitches: by Colfer. 2. Hit by pitcher:
Colfer. Stolen baa.-: Lyman (2). K.h,
Keaervea. Havens. 1.
Iutlgan. Holraea. baaea
Stara Are- Easy Mark.
The Vnlon Stork Yards Juniors ran nn
Bf.-air.st a decidtdiy easy propoitijn Satur
day afternoon bv defeating ihe South
Omaha Stars. At the end of tha ln,h
he Score stood 15 to 1 In tit-nr r th.
bnys The feature of the came av. th.
.titchlng of Ouinn for the tarda u
gave but four lilts and struck out eight
men. The Kame a .lnw an4 h. .. t
Stars. A dajns and Willelt
. 3 0 4 1 1 3 8-ls"'.
Junior. Quinn and Miller-
Beat for 4k Bowxla. All eVwrciata. lac. kc, Sac
aota ia satis. 1 n (souiae tablet stamped C C C. Guar
aatawd 4 cure or yew noney hack. SaotpU anS koatut
Ira. ASaross ntwuog &cBy C-, CLu,, , N. y. m
(rnoa Indlaaa Lob Scalaa.
ST. EDWARD. Neb.. May J4. 8neclal
Telegram The first ball gain of thaeea
eon ker was played today, when tha local
team defeated tha Genoa Indians by a
acora tt tu i Batteries: bu fcdwerd.
PRINCETON. N. J.. May 24.-The ln!
veraity of California defeated the Prince
ton track team In a dual meet held here
today, by the score of 7 to 6, California
havlne much the better of the meet In the
sprints, and hurdles, and Princeton showing
up tne stronger in tne distance and neiu
events. Only the first places counted and
tne meet waa closely contested.
The surprise and bla- feature of the day
waa the defeat of Plaw by DeWltt In the
hammer throw. The crowd quickly moved
to tne lower Held when thla contest was
called on and the two seers of tbe col
legiate hammer throwing: world beaan
throwing the sixteen-pound weight. On the
first throw DeWltt swung the hammer 141
reet 41 inches, which broke the Inter
Collegiate record by about ten feet and
proved to be the winning throw. Plaw
failed to do more than 167 feet 4Va inches.
The next most exciting events were the
one-mne run, wnicn waa won by Williams
or I'rtnceton over Hed well or California
In 4:33, and the five-mile event, ln which
Tibbets of California beat Wliliama. In
the laat quarter of the latter event Wil
liams lost a shoe and with the foot entirely
bare and after having lost fifty yards by
the accident, he ran the rest of the dis
tance, finishing only a few feet behind
Another atirprlse was the defeat of Plaw
by Dewltt ln the shotptit, the latter push
ing the Iron 42 feet Inches and the
tormer 41 reet incnes.
Captain Coleman took the pole vault by
coins- over the bar at 11 feet, and Horton
of Princeton and Wrilcor of California tied
at 10 feet 6 lnchea .
In the running broad Jump and high Jump
both teams landed half a point in each
The meeting held between Princeton and
California two years ago resulted ln a
score of 10 to 2 In favor of Princeton.
The summary follows:
One hundred yard dash: Winner, Abadle,
California ; time, lus-o.
One hundred and twenty yards hurdle:
Winner, Check, California: time, n:iai-6.
One mile run: Winner, R. E. Williams,
Princeton; time. 4.33.
Four hundred and forty yards run:
Winner. Cadosan. California: time. 0:61 2-6.
Hammer throw: Winner, Dewltt, Prince
ton, throw of 164 feet 4Vs Inches; second.
Plaw, Calirornia, lui teet 4Vfc incnes.
Running high jump: - Tla between Curtis,
Princeton, and Powell, California; height,
ft feet W Inches.
Pole vault: Winner, Coleman. Princeton;
Five-mile run: Winner, Tibbetts, Cali
fornia: time. 30:20 3-6.
Shot put: Winner, Dewltt. Princeton;
distance. 42 feet 84 Inches.
Two hundred and twenty yards hurdle:
W inner. Lowell. California: time. 0:26 1-6
Two hundred and twenty yards daah:
Winner, Cadogan, California: time. 0:22 2-6.
Eight hundred and eighty yards run
Winner, Adstt. Princeton; time, l:o4-6.
Broad lump: Fox. Prlnoeton, and Top
bam, California, tied for Drat place; dis
tance. 21 feet 7V4 lnchea.
California wins tbe meet. Score, 7 to .
HARVARD WINS OVER YALE
tantbrldarr Men Defeat Their Arch
Rivals of Old Ell la Dnal
CAMBRIDGE. Mass., May 24 Harvard
won in the dual track meet with Yale on
Soldier's field this afternoon, scoring 6JV
points to tor ner adversaries.
Four dual records were broken In th
100-yard dash, the 220-yard hurdles, the
pole vault and the Z2-yard daah a world's
record . was eoualed ln the I'lO-yard daah.
while In- the 2-yard hurdle the time waa
within one-firth or a second of Kraens
lelrt a world's record. Summary :
440-vard run: First, Rust. Harvard: Bee-
ond. Lightner. Harvard; third. Boardman,
laie. itme: u:ao-o. ecore; Harvard, ,:
In the 130-yard hurdles Harvard won first
and second places ln both trial heats, thus
taking away 1 ale s rnanc at the final.
Mile run: First. Teel. Yale: aecend.
JacobuB, Yale; third. Stevens, Yale. Time:
0:43 1-6. Score: Harvard. 22; Yale, 10.
loVyard dash: First, Schick, Harvard:
second, Moulton, Yale; third. Arnsteln,
Yale. Time: :4-6. Score: Harvard, 27;
Schick's time breaks the Harvard-Yale
dual record. The runner strained his leg
on tne ias jumjv
8ayard run: First, Deming, Tale; sec
ond, Boynton, Harvard; third, Behr, liar,
vard. Time: t-uul-5.
High lump: First Kernan. Harvard: sec
ond. Murphy, Harvard, and Spraker, Yaje,
tied. Height, 6 feet 11 lnchea. Bcore:
Harvard. 36; Yale., 1H. 5
Two-male run: rirnt. rrencnol. Tale:
second. Mills. Harvard; third, Humstead,
Yale. Time: 0:J flat. Score: Harvard,
220-yard hurdles: First. M'lllla, Harvard;
second, Scheuber. Harvard; ttird, Pla,pp,
Yale. Time: 0:23 4-6. Score: Harvard.
4fS : Yale. 26V,.
Willi' time breake the record for Harvard-Yale
dual games. Harvard won th
dual games on the eleventh event, having
men won oc poinis out 01 a possinie p4.
broad lump: nrst, r allow. Yale: sec
ond, Schick. Harvard; third, Ristine. Har
vard. Ditance. II feet. Score: Harvard,
siS; YaUr, is,.
Hammer tnrow: nrst. Piper. Harvard:
second. Be-k, Yale; third. Karris. Yale:
Dtatance. 128 feet 10 Inches.
UU-yard daah: First, Schick. Harvard;
cond. Mouitln. Yale: third. Rjst. Har
vard Time: 0 22.
Pole vault: First. Preston. Yale: second
Schulherir. Harvard: third. Pease. Thomi..
son and Hunter, all of Yale, Had. Height,
11 irri a uti:nc.
Total acore: Harvard. J4; Yale, 42',.
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day afternoon. George Ixtw winning flrat
place oy unwitni im biu itoraa out of a
Doaalble ). Tuck Rains waa second, with
a score of 179, and W. W. Hess third, with
a soora of La. 1
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