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TflE OMAHA DAILT BEE. F1UDAY, JUNE 27, 1002.
OMAHA IS A BATTING MOOD
Btarti in with the Firit Inning to Take the
Lut Gam from Peoria.
GOOD STICK AND FIELD WORK DOES IT
Peoria I nahle to CniarM with Maay
of Graham'a Slants, Whri a
lilt W r.nod for, a
TEORIA, 111., June 2 (Special Tele
gram.) Omaha won today'a game by eu
pertor plajr, the visitors out-batting and
out-fielding tha locals. The game was a bit
ter disappointment to the fans present.
The Nebraskans bad their batting clothes
with them and got hita off Cox at the time
that they could bring In runs. On tha
other hand l'eorla loft the 'game with a
measley five, and the five were not secured
at a time for much run-getting. Omaha
'started the scoring in the first Inning,
'when Carter was given a pass to first.
Genlne hit safe and Dolan's hit sent both
across the plate. Peoria's first run came
In the third, when two singles and an out
aent Cox over the rubber. In the fifth Inn
lng Omaha cinched Its victory. Hits and
j errors sent four men across the plate and
, thereafter there was no doubt of tha result.
, One run was made on either aide there
after. Attendance, E43. Score:
AU. R. If. O. A. E.
Carter, rf ...3 2 1 0.0 0
Genlns, rf 6 2 3 10 0
Btone, if 5 1 1 10
lJ'ilan. sb 5 12 13
btewart. 2b... ..R 0 0 16 0
lilrkey. 3h 4 0 2 1 3 0
Thomas, lb ..4 0 1 13 0 0
Uomiing, c 4 0 0 6 0 0
liraham, p 3 11 0 4
Totals 38 7 10 27 15 2
AU. K. 11. O. A. E
O'Brien. 2b 6 0 2 2 4 0
Tlbald. 3b 4 0 0 2 3 1
lsotte. rf 4 0 0 1 0 0
Vaughn, lb 4 0 1 11 1 0
Malme, if 4 0 0 3 0 0
Croft, cf 3 0 0 2 0 0
URII. 88 i 1 u 8
Wilson, c 2 0 0,4 0 0
Cox. p 4 1 2 0 2 0
Bhrewbrldge, o 2 9 111
Totals 34 1 "i 27 14
Omaha 2 0004100 0-7
l'eorla 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0-2
Earned runs: Omaha. 6: Peoria. 1. Two.
bane hits: Graham, Carter, Oenins. Sacrl-
A... . It f ., &J , . . 1 n V, . It.J.n
Ptono, Hlckr-y (2).' Klrst base on "balls: Off
urahnm, 4; ofT Cox, 1. Hit by pitched ball:
kiy Cox, 1. Struck out: By Graham, S; by
loi, a. lime: l.to. umpire: iatnam.
Break Ea at Mllwaakee.
MILTVAfKEB. June 26. Milwaukee and
Dee Moines ,llt even In a double-header
this afternoon. Bwormsted pitched good
nail, but narber was hit hard, while Hot
ter kept the hits well scattered. The bat
ting or Stearns and the fielding of O'Leach
were the features. Attendance, 400. Score
Milwaukee 0 '1 0 0 0 2 1 0 4 10 8
Lies Moines 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0-3 6 1
Batteries: Milwaukee, Swormsted and
Liuna; i) s Moines, Morrison and Hansen.
Score second same:
Des Moines 0 1 0 3 0 2 0 0 06 t 4
Milwaukee ......0 0 0 0 0 0 11 0-3 10 2
Batteries:- Des Moines, HofTer and Lo
beck; Milwaukee, Barber and Lucia.
Fall to Hit Gibson.
KANSAS CITY. 'June 28. Inahllltv tn bit
Olbson at opportune times cost Denver the
game toaay. Attendance, Zbu, score:
R It V.
JCansas City.... J 0001010 -4 81
Denver 0 0 2 0. 0 0 1 03 1 2
Batteries: Kansas City, Gibson and Mes-
am; .Denver, .yier ana Wilson.
- Batata Pound McNeely.
ST. JOSEPH. June 26. The home team
won toaay s game simply by hit ting Mu
ll Keely at wl. ,. Attendance, 1.000. Score:
It H R
St. Joseph... V...0 0 0 2 0 1 2 1 -11 3
Colo. Springs ..0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 01 4 2
Batteries: St. Joseph, McFadden and
Koth; Colorado Springs, McNeely and
Standing; of the Teams.
Played. Won. Lost. P.C.
Kansas City M 88 2 .T6
Denver (6 83 23 .689
Omaha .:. 55 82 23 .6W
St. Joseph it 30 24 ,K6
Milwaukee Si ' 25 26 . 4:0
Colorado Springs.... 84 24 80 . 444
Peoria 52 18 34 .846
Des Moines.. 53 17 83 ..VI
Games today: Omaha at Peoria, Des
Moines at Milwaukee, Colorado Sprlnga at
bu Josepn, Denver at Kansas city.
GAMES IN NATIONAL LEAGUE
Pittsburg Play Wlthoat aa Error
and Pound Menefee AU Over
CHICAGO, June 26. Pittsburg played
without an error today and pounded Mene
fee all over the field, while Chesbro held
the locals down to four hits. Attendance,
MTTBBURO. l CHICAGO.
. . H H.O.A B I H. H.O.AB
Pari., rr 1 110 9 Slam., It.... 1 14 9
Clark, lf.,...l 1 8
ItAaumont. of 8 8 8
Vtaicuar, j. , 0 1 8
BranaAeld. lb 1 1 It
' Kltchla, lb... t 4
Laach. lb.:.. 13
Elmmar ... 118
Cbaabro, p... 0
9 0 Juitm. ct 840
0 Uimr, lb..: t 1 I 1
I 0 Cofigalton, o I I I
Kilns, a 4 t
4 Wliltama. lb. I I 1 8
1 0 Low, lb SSI!
t OIn, as.... f 1
8 0 M.n.te. ... 8 3
tmsu ... I u rr it f at i styx
Tlttsbtirg 2 20003008-
Chltago ,....1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01
Left on bases: Pittsburg, 7: Chicago, 6.
Clark. Three-base hits: leach. Zlmmxr
Bacrlflce hit: Kltcble. Stolen bases: Davis,
Clara, Beaumont. Struck out: By Mene
... 9. V. . 1 ' . .... i, en C , Kll. rj,
tner. Bases on balls: Off Chesbro, 2. Wild
rucn: Meneree. tilt wnn ball: Zlmmer,
aleneiee ii). Time: 1:35. Umpire: O Day
Brooklyn Poaads Plttlnajer.
BOSTON, June 26,-Brooklyn hit Plttlnger
In costly bunches today and won enslly.
Newton held the locals to one single for
atx Innings, but was batted In the seventh
and rigliih innlnga. Carney pitched the
lam iwo innings tor rioston and did well,
Aiienuance, z.tuu. Hcorei
BROOKLYN. I BOSTON.
PSitn, cr.... l t w lt'ooly. rr.... Oils
Kerlfr, rt ... 1 I 1 0 nrnnT, lb... 1 1 1 1
Fhxkard, Kills l.lwmont. lb.. 1181
Kftwrr, lb I t 10 l i'innr, rl-B. 4 1
Itahlcn. m... I i 1 rounnr. It. 1 1 1
Irwin, lb.... 0 8 1 l)r.m , lb. a 1 I 1
Ahwrn. .... 30 S'liis. m til
Fluoa. lb..., till liMnrta, c 08
h.wlop. p... 01 I C' rutin r, p.. t 1
. Luh. rt 48
Totals ... T 11 17 10 l .
ToUls ... I 3 IT II
Brooklyn 1010210 0
Earned runs: Brooklyn, 8. Two-base hits
Ttnney. "Oahlen. Alirarn Hurrlrio,. hlr
Flood. Stolen bases: Daaiont. UrPrurv
2). Double plays: Demont to Ivina to
Tenner. Newtun to McCreery. First base
on bulls: Off ilttln.er, 3; off Carney, 1
off Newton. 3. Hit by pitched ball: By
rJiiiiiHer. i: dv newinn. 1. mriipv rtuf uv
i-miiiser. i; iy Carney. 2: by Newton,
PHesed ball: Moran. Time: 20. I'mplr
Plttinaer. I; lv Curaey. 2: by Newton, V
Phillies Win Easily.
PHILADELPHIA. June M. I'd to th
ninth inning today I'hiladelphia hs.1 the
n'w i or team abut vut. then a single.
bus on balls and a wlM Ditch save th
Visitors their only tally. The GlanU ileldwd
Tak N. 24th Bt. ear and gat off at
Eprague. or take Ames Av. and get
off at 20th.
2:SJ pace a race of surprises will b
Regular Events Trl-Clty Amateur Race
3 55 pace; I W trot.
Roman Stadium Race, Ella Range, the Oreat
',ul1feas Wonder, (paced a record mile
Wednesday In 3.luSt), Military Band. t.to.
mlsersMy arid the Thlltlea wop easily. At-
enuance, 1,64. Bcore:
miLADEI,rHTA. I NEW YORK.
R H.O.A.B H H O A B
hnmu. cf.. 1 1 1 nmHle, rt.... 0 10
iirrr. rf 0 0 1 0 0;Iunn, rf 0 0 0 0 0
nlnwlH, M. S001 0 Jonaa. If S 1 I 1 S
aiklltrh, e.. 0 1 1 I l4o4.r, lb... 1 0 0 I I
nuslai, lb.. I ill I Uupr, 0 14 11
rown. It ... I 1 1 1 O ftmlth. IS....0 114 0
llman. lb. 0 0 1 I 0 n'Hssra, lb. 0 0 II 1 1
hlldm, lb... 0 0 OjlWn. M 0 0 11
er. p.... 0 10 1 OIBTins, p.... 0 111
TMlli ...4 8 IT 10 l Tstals ...I 8 14 81 4
hlUdelrhi 1 1 0 0 3 0 0 4
New York 00000000 11
Two-bin hit: Brown. Stolen base: Hall-
man. Double plays: Douglas (unssslsted),
Brown to Hufxwltt, Bean to Smith to
O'Hagen. Triple play: Hean to Smith to
I) Hngen to Yeager. First base on rmlls:
Off Frser, 1; oft Evans. 8. Hit by pitched
ball: By Prater, 1; by Evans, 1. Jtriifk
out: By Fraser, 1: by Evans, 3. Wild pitch:
Fraxer. Time: 1:35. Umpire: Emslie.
Rata at St. Ioals.
ST. DOUIS. June 26. The St. Doule-Cln-
clnnatl National league game scheduled for
today was postponed on account of rain.
Standing: of the Teams. s
Played. Won. Lost. P.C.
Pittsburg 58 41 1! .774
Brooklyn M . S3 23 R"9
h otio 63 21 24 .8 8
Boston 61 24 27 .471
hllndelphla 65 24 81 .4?6
Incinnatl 63 22 SO .m
New York 54 23 82 . 4T
t. Douls 60 20 JO ,4ii0
Game today: Chicago at St. Ioutr, New
crk at Philadelphia, Brooklyn at Boston.
N AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
Colombns Donated a Ten-Inning
Straggle by Kansaas City
. by Small Score.
COf,tMBT?B. June M. Columbus defeated
Kansas Cltv In a tenOnnlna- strusale today
by the smallest possible score. The winning
run was the result of a base on balls, a
sacrifice and a single by Fox. Thomas and
woiie were in nne rorm ana Dotn were
given brilliant support. , Attendance. 1,439.
COLUMBl'8. I KANSAS CITY
It 0 0 Kanea, rf.
Nattrns. as. t
Mrara, lb.... 0
0 Smith. It.,
0 Lmwi, as..
Turner, lb... 0
Mcfarra, rf. 1
Rothfua. lb. 0 4 17
Fox, e 0
Mi-nrlGa, lb. 4
Thomas, p..i 0
Wolf, p t
Totala ... 1 8 SO IT 1 Totals ... 0 I'll 11 0
v,Two out when winning run was scored.
Columbus 0 00000000 11
Kansaa City 0 00000000 0-0
Stolen bases: McFarland, Turner, Vlox.
Two-base hit: Hmlth RarrlMrs hits: Knoll.
r. aureus, vlox. Kotniuss. uouble playi
Rothfusa to Iiv. Utrorlc out: Hv
Thomas. S. Bases on balls: Off Wolfe, i
Hit by pitcher: By Thomas, 1. Passed
3evllle. Time: 1:3a. Umpire: Has-
Indianapolis Taken Both.
INDIANAPOLIS. June 24. Indlananolia
captured both games of the double-hi a Jer
today with St. Paul. Cogan waa batted
freely and opportunely in the first gamo.
Duonon, tnougn wua in tne latter rair.
maaing a game nnisn. f erauson was h't
at moments when his suDDort was rasrued
ana me secona game was easily won. At
tendance, z.iw. score, first game:
INOIANAPOUS 1 8T. PAUL.
R. H.O.AB. R. H.O.AB,
Hogrlerar, rf 1 1 4 Oalar, lb.... 1 0 0 1 0
Kuhn. If 1111 1 Husslna, lb. 0 4 I 3 0
wood ran, is. I I 1 I vi 1)1 1 lard, it... 1 I 1 V 1
Klhm, lb.... 8 3 11 S Lumlar. rf.. 1 1 I 1 0
O'Hrlan, aa.. 0 1(1 1 Bhannos. cf.. 1 1 10
Cnultar, rf.,, 1 I 0 0 Kellr. lb I I 11 I t
Fox. lb I 8 liPlarow, o 1118 1
Hardnn. ... 0 18 1 0 Lynch, aa.... 0 8 8 1
Budhotr. p... 1 1 8 1 Coogan, p.... 0 114 1
ToUls u. 7 11 17 It) 4! Totalf ... 4 14 II 8
Indianapolis 80301000 7
Bt. Paul 00081001 1 0
First base on balls: Oft Budhoff. 5: off
Coogan, 8. Struck out: By Budhoff, 1. Two-
Dase hit: DUlard. Three-base hits: Kuhn.
coogan. oacrince mis: fiogriever, woto
run. O'Brien. Fox. Lynch. Stolen base:
Woodruff. Passed ball: Pierce. Left on
bases: Indianapolis, 8; bt, Paul, 6. Time
1:46. Umpire: Tyndall.
.. , R.H.O.A.B.
Hoarl.Tar. . rt I 10 0 0
lb 0 0 18
Kuhn, It 8
Woodruff, lb. 1
DUlard. If... 1
Luralejr, rf. .. 1
shannon, ct, . 1
Klhm. lb.... 8
O' Brian, as..
itany, is.... 1
Hurlay, a.... 0
4 I 14 IT I
Indianapolis 0 1 402200 9
Bt Paul. 02000 1010-4
First base on balls: Off Kellum. 1: off
Kerarimon x Mrnioir Aiit: hv ifinim a
Two-base hit: Kelly. Three-bate hit:
O'Brien. Home run: Shannon. Sacrldc
nits: Kunn. Woodruff. O'Brien. Ke um.
Stolen bases: Coulter, O'Brien, Shannon.
Left on bases: Indianapolis, 8; St. Paul, 7.
Time: 1:43. Umpire: Tyndall.
Break Even at Toledo.
TOLEDO, June 2. Toledo and Mllwaukeo
broke even today on a double-header. In
tha flrat game Milwaukee's splendid fHlding
won y bile Toledo won the second game by
good hitting. Attendance, 2,000. Score, first
McBrlda. cf. . 1
Coaiawall, rf 4
OraSlua, rf.. 4
Turnar, lb... 1
Runala. lb... 1 1 11
McAod'wa, lb 8 1
4 IT 18 1
' Totals ... 8 10 II 9 1
Batted for Hughey In th ninth.
Mtlwaukoa 01000011 14
Toledo 0 O 0 0 0 0 1 1 03
T-a h... Kf ta riwftiS M-n.trf bnI.U
Horn run: Turner. Sacrifice hlie: Mock!
McBride (2). Struck out: By Efllott. 4; by
nugney, . r lrai naas on oaus: uri nugney.
2. Hit by pitched ball: By Huglwy, 3.
lime: i.ou. umpire: nnerman.
Bnma. 8b.... 1810
Haiimas. . rf. a 1
Grafflua, lb-rf 1 1 4
Cllnsman, aa 1 1 8
Turnar. lb... 1 1 0
M. urloa, cr . 1
Mcany. rf.... 1114
Hhelbrck, lb. 0 1 IT
Smith, lb.... 1 8 0
Owan. aa..., I 1 4 1 1
Dunsaa, If... 8 1
Kunkla, lb.. 1 1 11 8
McAnd'wa. lb a
Sparr, a 0 11
Aitrock. p... 4 4 4
Ollka, of 180
Mock, If 1 s 1
Kiel now, .. I a 4 1 0
McNsal. p... t 1 1 0
Totala ...10 1114 T o ToUls ...8 114 1 8
McBrido out; hit by ball.
To'edo 0(108001 '10
Milwaukee 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 13
Two-base hits: Burns. Turner, Owen
Klelnow, Hallman. Kutikle. Home run
Klelnow. Orafflua. Stolen base: Dunaan
Double play: Scheibeck to Cllngman to
Hunkle. 8 truck out: By McNeal, 4; by
Altro-K. i. f irst base on rails: orr Altrork
t. off McNeal, 4. W ild pitches: By Aitrock
8. tilt Dy piicne'i nan: By ucrneai, 1
lime: z:w. impm; oncnuan.
LenlsTlll Win im Eleventh
LOUISVILLE. June M Loulsvtll made
three scores In the ninth and won out In
the eleventh Inning by consecutive hlttina.
The game was exciting throughout and
was witnessed by 4.0U0 people. Wtlmet and
Clymer made sensational catches of long
rue. Bcnauo uaiung was also a feature,
LOt'ltVItXI. I MINNEAPOLIS.
Kanrm, rr... l l a a a orant. lb.... 13 4 1
CI j mar, of... 8 I Phyla, lb.... 1 111
Uannoa, lb., I It 1 bally. If til
Carnal, lb... 1 113 Wtlmot. rf... II
Flournoy. If., tilt Wardan. lb.. 1 11 3
Taanahlll, as 1 I 4 8 8 Lyark. cf 1 4
tVbrlvar. a... 11111 taluaky, a... 148
ftchaub. lb... 18 14 Braytta, as... 118 4
riabarty, p.. 8 8 1 4 I llipa't, p . 1
Katoll. p.... 0 0 0
ToUls ... 4 1111 10 I Uyars ..... 0 0 0 0
I Totala ... ti i
Lynch hit by batted ball.
Batted for Figgemyer In tha ninth.
Louisville 1 10000030 18
Minneapolis ....1 2001010 04
Lert on oases: Louisville, fj Minneapolis,
i. w-wMi mnauo, rianeriy, Tan.
nenill. Home run: Kerwin. Haerin hi.
Fiagemyer. Double play: Orant to w
den. Struck out: By Flgaemyer, 2; by
kv.i., a, vj ciaiirriy, 1. rill oy pttcner
Lynch. Bases on balls: Off Figgemyer, 2
off Flaherty. 3. Tlmi J. 10. . Umpire
Staasllnc ( th Taama.
Played. Won. Lost. P.C,
lXuisvilie M 88 18 878
Indianapolis 54 34 20 .CVO
isi. raui to ii u .(4
Columbus 87 31 25 Ml
Kansas city 27 .42
Milwauaee M S H .
Minneapolis 88 14 i 87 .
CaraM Ulavyt gu Paul at ToiaUo, MU-
waukeai at Indianapolis. Minneapolis at
Columbus, Kansas City at Louisville,
AMERICAN LEAGUE GAMES
Cronln Oataltehes Waddell, Who
Make First Appearance la
American I.eagne tnlform.
BALTIMORE. June 2d. The Rnltlmore
lesarue team won the last of the series here
with th Philadelphia American leaguer
mis afternoon, i ronin outpitcnea waa
dell, who ofllclated for the nrt time In
American league uniform. Attendance.
BALTIMORE 1 PHILADELPHIA.
R. H.O.AB R H O AK
Kallr. cf.... 0 110 OlHartaet. If... 10 10
Salharh. If... I 1 I Fulla, cf 1
Wllllama, lb. 1 I 1 Iala. lb I 10 0
Mrtlann, lb . 1 1 f 1 olL. Cmaa, lb. I (
Mrmnur, rf.. 1 8 0 lUorboid. rt.. 010
Bmn'h n. e. I T 0 Caatm. lb... t 1 8 1 t
Orler, lb.... 118 1 C M t-rnas. aa. 1 1 4 1
Ollh.rt, aa... 1 t 4 I Powers, a.... 8 8 8
Cronln. p.... 1114 1 Wadlell, p... 4 18
Totals ... T 7 n 11 4' Totals ...8 4 14 I1 1
Baltimore 11004001 7
Philadelphia 10001010 03
Sacrifice hits: (Hubert 121. Kellv UM1.
Hams. Two-base hits; Castro. rrnnln
Three-base hit: Williams. Stolen bases:
Heioacn (2). Bresnahan, Cronln, Kelly.
Balk: Waddell. First has on hflllat' Cift
Waddell, 3; off Cronln, 3. Hit by pitched
ball: By Waddell. 1 Rtrnrlr nut: R
Waddell, 6; by Cronln, 4. Passed ball:
i-owers. ieii on hanes: Baltimore, 7;
Philadelphia. 5. Time: 2:00. I'molres:
Connolly and Johnstone.
Cleveland Lose to St. Loots.
r-T rvrr a wn t,. m 1...
batted and outflelded Bt. Louis today, but
lost, aa the hits were kept well scattered by
Donahue. Wrlaht waa very wild. Attend
ance, 2,805. Score:
BT. LOt'19. I CLEVELAND.
R HOABl RHOAK
Burkett, If... 1 1 0 0 Plfkarlng. ct. 1 1 1 0
Hemphill, rf. I 4 1 0 Bar, If 1 1
Heldrlrk, cf. I 4 1 0 4 Flick, rf..... 0 1 8
Andaraon, lb 1 0 1 Lafola. lb.... I 18
Wallaca, 1.1111 0 Hickman, lb. 0 8 14 4
McCor'k, lb. 0 9 1 1 0 Bradley, lb.. 0 0 18 0
Paddan. lb.. 0 4 4 1 1 Dnchn'ar. aa. 0 0 n 1 s
J. Donahua, 001 O.Bcmla. c 8 0 t
r. ion n a. p i l o i 0WriM, p.... 0 0 I I
-wood S S 0 0
Totals ... 8 17 14 l
Totals ... 8 10 IT II t
Wood batted for Wright in th ninth.
St. Louis 200012000-1
Two-base hits: Lalole. Plokerln-. Hick
man. Anderson Snrririn hita Ixnv TtmH.
ley, Padden. Stolen base: Pickering. Held-
rlck, Anderson. Double play: Hemphill to
Padden. First base on halls: Off VY'Hsht.
8: oft Donahue, 1. Left on bases: Cleve
land, 8; Bt. Louis, 11. Struck out: Br
Wright, ft. Time: 1:35. Umpire: Sheridan.
Mercer 'Win for Detroit.
CHICAGO. June 28. Mercer carried off
the honors today in a ten-innlna Ditcher'
battle. Attendance. 2,600. Score:
DETROIT. I CHICAGO.
R. H.O.AB. R.H.O.A.B.
Barrstt, of... 1111 OiRtrans, lb... 1 1 I a 1
Hnlmea, rf. .. 1
McAl'a't'r, as 1
Dillon, lb... 0
0 ; Jones, cf 9
0 Daly. lb...
0 Piatt, p....
Caaey, lb.... 0
Harlay, ir.... 0
Olcaaon, lb.. 0
Totals ... 8 I M 11 1
Totals ... 8 TJI II 1
Dillon out for Interference.
Batted for Piatt In the tenth.
Detroit 0 00001000 28
Chicago 1 00000000 12
Left nn hnaea: ntrAlt ' 7 Ptilnao-n
Two-base hit: McAllister. Hsrley, Mc
Farland. Sacrifice hits: Green, Harley,
Unlm.i A t A IIIbI. n,kU KU.. If .
......... u . i.inillDiri, LIUUI. inn , iiiriiro
to McFarland. Struck out: By Piatt, 4.
Bases on balls: Off Piatt, 4; off Mercer, 2.
Hit with ball: By Mercer, 1. Time: l:5o.
Washington Play Loosely.
WASHINGTON. June 28. Boston out
played Washington at all points of the
game, and, aided by loose fielding at times,
won today's arame handily. Attendance.
3,518. too re:
BOSTON. 1 WASHINGTON.
Dougherty, If 4 8 0 0 0Ryan, cl 0 0 8 0 4
0 WolVton. lb 0
0 Deleh'ty, If.. 0
OiKalater, lb... 1
0'Coushlln, as. 0
Carey, lb.... 4
Lea. rf 1
Clarke, .... 4
Carrtck, p... 0
ToUls ... 4 11 87 11 0 ToUls ... 8 4 87 14 3
Boston ...0 1 1 1 0 1 0 6 04
Washington 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 .02
Karned runs: Boston, 2; Washington, 1.
Two-base hits: Lee, Parent. Three-base
hit: Carey. Home run: Kelster. Stolen
bases: Ferris, Collins. Sacrifice hits: La-
I nance, r errls. Double play: Kelster to
Coughlin to Carey. Bases on balls: Oft
AOKins, t. eirucK out: uy Adkins, l; by
Washington, 3. Time: 1:30. Umpire: Car-
Standing- of the Team.
Plaved. Won. Lost. P.C
Chicago 60 32 1H .friO
Philadelphia 51 2i 23 .518
Boston M 81 25 6M
St. Louis 80 26 26 .6-0
Washington 66 26 30 .4'V4
Baltimore 65 25 30 .4Ff
Detroit 63 24 29 -.463
Cleveland 66 - 23 33 . 411
Game today: Boston at Baltimore. Phll-
aaeipnia at, Washington.
No Easy Victory for Crelghton.
COLERIDOEJ. Neb.. June 2. (Sriecial
Telearam.) Crelarhton won a very close and
exciting game her toaay rrom Coleridge
In one hour and ten minutes. The features
of the game were Steele s pltchinsr and bat.
ting, winning his own game In the seventh
wiin a iwo-Dagger, ana uowns pnenominai
catch of a safe hit on second. Attendance,
xuu. ncor oy innings:
R H E
Crelghton 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 8 1
Coleridge 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0-3 I
Batteries: Crelghton, Steele and Arnold;
Coleridge, Noyes and Wood. Double play:
Down to Turner. Base on ball: Oft
Steele. 2: off Noyes. 0. Two-bass bits:
Steele. Morrison. Struck out: By 8teels.
iu; Dy isoyes, i. rassva nana: ay Arnold,
, tfmnlr.. Turn..
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Olltaer Gives Whit Coat.
HASTINGS. Neb., June 2. (Special Tele
gram.) Barring a bunch of disastrous er
rors made bv the Exeter boy the fans of
Hastings witnessed a splendid gam of bas
ball here today between Olltner and Exeter
teams, wauneta ana jerrers did the bat
tery work for Giltner and Ahllna and
Doane for Exeter. Score by Innings:
Olltner l 0 o l u o 8 l
Exeter 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Struck out: By Ahline. 14: by Wauneta.
s. iiorae run: wrnari. umpire: Draeae.
Kearney Win from Cheyenne.
KEARNEY. Neb.. June 26 (Special Tele
fram.l There wa more Interest shown In
oday's game between Kearney and Chey
enne than ha been shown in any game
played this season. They all played ball
and Kearney won by a score of 6 to 2.
Kearney .....2 1001000 6
Cheyenne 6 0 0 0 0 1 i 1 02
Batteries: Kearney, Hoffmelster and
Fulmer; Cheyenne, Brlerly and Green. Um
pire: Lr. rackara.
Iowa Boat Hacci 1st Jaly.
CLEAR LAKE, la., June 26. (Special.)
Preparations are under way for the recep
tion of the different boating crew of th
state who will attend th state regatta
which will be held here this year July 33
and 23. Th cours on the lake Is excellent
and If the weather is favorable some of th
best races ever witnessed on Iowa waters
should be pulled off. Competing crews will
come rrom council uiufis, uttumwa,
uavenpori, bioux. uy ana Turlington.
North Piatt aa Easy Winner.
vnnTir n T A T-r tr" vt.k t. ... m
V ii . . . i , ntUj. una E5MJ-
clel Telegram.) North Platte won with
Hands down from Falrbury today. North
Platte secured eleven hits, of which four
were two-oase ana on tnree-bae hits.
"North Piatt 1 IIIMIt-
Falrbury 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 11
Batteries: North Platte, Redmond and
tsnori; rairDury, Bean ana Lar ranee. ,
Kerf elk Take Close One fratsa Waasa
NORFOLK. Neb.. June 34. (Special Tele
gram.) The Norfolk and Wausa league
team played today, resulting 2 to 1 In
favor of Norfolk. All scores were mad In
th first ana secona inning.
Fort Dodge Take Loo Contest.
FORT DODGE, la.. June 3. (Special
Telegram.) Fort Dodge defeated Webster
City today by a score of 7 to 3 In a loosely
played game. Webster City scored thre
run oy pounaing naiiy in tn ninth In.
nine after two men were out. Batteries
Fort Dodge, Eaaton and Whlttemore; Web
ster y, bssicK ana Harper.
Colansha Lose to St. Etwara.
8T. EDWARD, Neb., June 38. -(Special
Telegram.) St. Edward defeated Columbus
at base ball today on the home grounds
uy a score or u to . Batteries: bt. a.a
ward, Wilkinson and Martin: Columbus,
i-onr ana judevine. Struck vut; By Wll
ajuevu, w, vj 4AUJ , aa
TRILBY S. TARES COOD RACE
Qraj Mar Paces Kile in Irt Tims
Mado at Meat.
BLUGEN WINS TRI-CITY AMATEUR PACE
Infellre Win the Ak-Bar-IJen Trot
ting Kvent Reeaase Jaalgrs Let
Back Little Raven for
At Spragua atreet track Thursday a lit-
tie gray mar oamad Trilby 8., driven by a
big black man named Jackson, electrified
tha crowd by taking tha third heat ot th
2:17 pace In 2:17. the best time of the
meet so far. The mare'a victory waa not ao
surprising, for aba took three straight heats
and each one easier than the preceding. In
the laat, however, it was a procession all
the way, and Trilby 8. paced a lovely heat.
with never a break, taking a big lead In the
first eighth, which she never relinquished.
Dr. Tom, a very popular horse and one that
made a great record last aeason, appeared
in this race for the first time here, but un
steadiness queered It, although second
money cam easy.
The Trl-Clty amateur pace was a success.
so much so that another amateur pace wilt
be substituted for th amateur trot sched
uled for today. The trot do not draw
well, as on Wednesday there were but two
entrle. Six horses, were out in yester
day's pace, however, and Blugen won a
pretty race in three straight heats, being
hard presaed in tha second by Tony W.
Drivers Get Tangled Up.
The principal feature of the 2:18 trot
was a racing disagreement between a black
driver, Jackeon, and a white one, McAvoy.
In the fifth heat theae two mixed up at
the half, and there was some lively vitu
peration done, each man asserting right of
way along a certain atrip of the track.
Finally they all came in jumbled up, Little
Raven still trotting, but Infelice and Tony
W off their feet. Bruen was pulling In
felice all he could, however, and Crow did
not do likewise with Tony W, ao when
Little Raven waa set back to fourth for
making two gaining breaks early In the
race this gave Infelice first and tha race,
and the drivers were left to settle their
disputes as to Interference tn the stables.
Little Raven's owner protested the race,
and Tony W'a driver said Bruen crowded
him Into tha fence at the eighth pole.
The exhibition by Ella Range was satis
factory as to speed, the mare making 2:144,
and tha performance still holds marvels
for the crowd becauae of the absolute lack
ot all human interference or management
The stadium teams ran tn better time than
on Wednesday, the winner making the half
mile In 0:E9H- Results:
First race, Trl-Clty amateur pace, half-
miie nests: . .
Blugen tC. C. Kendall) 1 1 1
Early Morn (M. P. Gould) 6 4
Lolla (W. L. Mullen) 2 8 4
Tony W (W. A. Mackey) 8 2 2
Nelfie Ash (C. .E. Cosford) 4 3
Governor Taylor (L. F. Crofoot) 8 5 S
Time: u:mi, v.av, u:tft,
Second race, Ak-Sar-Ben, 2:18 class, trot
ting, purse 3300:
line xtaven uacason;. ...... .....z i i
urado (McAvoy) 3 4 3 3 8
Tony W (Crow) 1 3 4 13
Infelice (Bruen) 4 2 12 1
Time: 0:354. l:10tt, 1:45V4 . 2:19: 0:34-:,
:00s, 1.-45H. 2-21: 0:33H, 1:0SU. 1:4234, 2.22'i;
XaVt, 1:09. 1:44V4. 2:20; 0:35, 1:10, 1:46, 2:22.
inirti race, tne iri-tity. ciass. pac
ing, purse 8300:
Trilby B (Jackson) 1 1 1
Jessie KUng (Roby) r 3 2 8
Doctor Tom (Edwards) ....t 4 2
Llna K (oitinam i... 4 a 4
Time: 0:33. l.OBVt, 1:44, 2:194; 0:34, 1:09,
1:43. 2:21; 0:34, 1:07, 1:41, 2:17.
Fourth race, two teams In Roman
stadium contest: Couch and Little Dick
won. Time: 0:304, 0:69. .
Fifth race, guldeless exmoition Dy Klla
Rana-e to beat 2:17: Time: 0:31. 1:06. 1:40.
AMERICANS LOSE POLO GAME
Defeated by Pari Team by a
Seore of Foar to Three
NEW YORK. June 26.-The Pari corre-
apondent of the Herald says that on the
grounds ot the Paris Polo club the first
International match In which an American
team was oDnosed to a home quartet has
Just been played. It resulted In defeat for
tne Americans Dy a score or t to .
The Paris team consisted of Baron E. de
Rothschild, the Due de Sontona, M. Ken
nedy and Maurice Raoul Duval (back).
The Americans were Mr. Hazard. Mr.
Collier. J. M. Waterbury and L. Water
The home team opened the attack and
carried the ball into their enemy's terri
tory, but It waa soon evident their oppo
nent were player of no mean order. The
game was last tnrougnout, Dut no score
A soon aa the second ten was started L.
Waterbury . secured first goal for the
In the third ten the home team braced ud
and. after a brilliant run, Baron E. de
Rothschild eauallied the score.
The fourth ten showed the same brilliant
play, but nothing was scored.
In the fifth ten each aide scored In rapid
auccession, making the game 2 all. The
excitement waa Intense.
Raoul Duval scored a brilliant aoal. to
which the American replied, making 3 all
and three minute to play, but nothing wa
scored. Th umpires ordered an extra ten
minutes, In the course of which Baron de
Rothschild scored again, the home team
thus winning one of the hardest fought
games ever seen at Bagatelle by one guaL
CONTESTANTSDOWN TO FIVE
Resalt of Second Roand of Handicap
Tenals Tearaanseat at
The second round of the handicap tennis
tournament was played at the Omaha Field
ciud Thursday a iter noon ana tne contest
ants are now simmered down to five. F. J.
Hill had drawn a bye, ao aid not play. Re
sults: J. W. Haskell (owe 16) beat F. M. Bllsh
(scratch), 7-6. 8-4.
D. Pollard (owe 15) beat 8. W. Smith (owe
16). 8-1, 8-3.
A. J. Collett (owe 16) beat J. W. Towle
(scratcn). 4-Z, -2.
F. R. Dufrene (srrstch) beat R. E. Sun.
derland (scrat-aV). 13-11. 8-4.
The match o. the day wa that between
Dunfrene and Sunderland. Th first set of
this ran to dsuc seven time before Du
frene Anally won by 13-11, the most number
m m m sa, mss m -, Arc in
BJ tf - Mm i- Mjk s ji and this resemblance often proves fatal. Valuable
4hs- avssa fgaaw aaaa tjme .g jost jQ fruitless efforts to heal the sore
with washes and salves, because the germs of Cancer that are multiplying; in the
blood and the new Cancer cells which are constantly developing: keep up the
irritation and discharge, and at last
approach of tne eating ana Sloughing
eua avore ocgina n ucuutuvt wor.
No ulcer or sore can exist without
some predisposing internal cause that
has pofsoned the blood, and the open di
Charging Ulcer, or the festering SOre on
the lip, cheek or other part of the body
will continue to spread and eat deeper a"0 w . r. arowu, xxoiiauu., d. u.
into the flesh until the blood has been purified and the Cancer germs or morbid
matter eliminated from the circulation.
S. S. S. cleanses the blood of all
antidotal and purifying properties that soon destroy the germs and poisons and
restore the blood to its natural condition. And when pure blood is carried
to the ulcer or
forms. S. S.
write us about it, and medical advice
and other taifteawa of the blood will be
of gsme ever reached In one set In tourna
ment competition st the Field club.
F. J. Hill has drawn another bye for thl
afternoon, when the third round will be
Slayed. The remaining four are matrhed:
. W. Hakrll and A. J. Collett. D. Pollard
and F. R. Dufrene. Saturday afternoon
the finals will occur.
EXPERTS ARE NOW PLAYING
al Toarnasaeat Forced Oat
by Good riayer.
PHILADELPHIA, June 28.-A record
breakng crowd witnessed today'a events
In the women's championship lawn tennis
tournament which is In progress on the
grounds of the Philadelphia Cricket club
at Wlfaahlrkon Heights, a suburb. The
large attendance was due to the fact that
play tn the women s singles was between
experts, the weaker contestants having
failed to survive the earlier rounds. Only
four players remained In the women's'
singles Miss C. E. Neely of Chicago, Miss
Juliette Atkinson of Staten Island, Mi
Marlon Jones nf Nevada and Miss Helen
Chapman of Philadelphia. In the semi
finals Miss Neely defeated Miss Atkinson
after a hard struggle and Miss Jones won
over Mis Chapman In straight sets, leav
ing Miss Neely and Miss Jones to meet
in the finals. Summary:
Women' singles, seml-flnal:
Miss Neely beat Miss Atkinson 8-8, 8-8,
6-8: Miss Jones beat Miss Chapman 6-1.
Mixed doubles, preliminary:
Miss Moore and Mr. Grant beat Miss
Chapman and Mr. Allen 6-2, 6-8: Miss Ras
tali and Mr. Hosklns beat Miss G. F.
Jones and Mr. Field 6-2, 6-3; Mlts Steele
and Mr. Callom, a bye.
Miss Rastall and Mr. Hosklns beat Miss
Steele and Mr. Callom 10-8, 6-4.
Men's singles, second round:
W. H. Trotter beat T. B. Dallas 4-6, 6-8,
6-4; J. R, Carpenter beat C. M. Bunting
6-3, 6-7. 6-1; W. C. Grant beat N. P.
Btauffer 6-3, 6-4; II. F. Allen beat R. N.
Wilson 6-2, 2-6, 6-5.
AMERICAN YACHT A WINNER
New York Mast Carrie Off Flrat Prfse
at International Race
tfuutf xiie American yacni
Uncle Sam, awned by Francis R. Rlggs of
Ne.w York, won the first of the Interna
tional sneclal racea here tndav. the Htnra
T . . m rT" 1- , 1 .
and Stripes crossing the line eight minutes
ahead of all other flags.
vvansee was second and Tilly was third.
Both these yachts are owned by Germans.
ib x, ownea Dy tecu vjuentin or ungiann,
was fourth. There are to he three mora.
races In this sneclal class, making four all
mm, umess me nrsi tnree contests are
won by the same boat.
The breexe today was very light. Uncle
Sam was handled by J. Hopkins Smith
and George B. Reeves, third secretary of
the United States embassy at Berlin.
The American yacht got a windward
position and crossed the line fourth, but it
Immediately took the lead.
The course Waa twlre around n trlanarta
of eight miles, and It took Uncle Sam from
noon to 7 o'clock to do sixteen miles. At
one time It was fifty-eight minutes ahead
of the other yachts, but a breese sprang up
and Its competitlors closed In. Those who
observed the race thought that Uncle Sam
waa aamiraoiy managed and Mr. Smith
says that the German style of rigging for
boats of its class is better than the Amer
ican. Francis B. Rlggs has not yet ar
1 he next sneclal class run will ha T,,n.
28 30 and July 8.
ine steam yacht Nahma, owned by Mrs.
Robert Goelet, arrived here today.
ARMOUR GETS JUDGMENT
Judge Smith Decide la Favor of
Cleveland Manager and Against
St. Lonls Clnb.
prwnrvviTr n- - ...
v..,v,,,u, iuiic io.-in ine case or
Manager William Armour of the Cleveland
AmttiHon Iaim.. l , 1 . . . . , . . . .
V - . " " j ubbo van Liuu against 1 no
H t. LrfllllM Nntinnnl I . .
payment, for the release of Pitcher Bob
Wicker. Judae Smith tnrinv daiM,rf In hw,.
Jury to return a verdict in favor of Armour
fur t7Vt with Inf. , . .. . ......
A Aril iOtii """"' iW l"
Wlolcer'a ealAnM ... v.n.,nv.. v.. at t i -
from Armour while the latter was manager
rf .Via Tin r .l..w rr-, , .
ivu, vv. , tuiu. a us release prif o
was 31,500, of which 3760 was paid down mid
the balance promised in two months.
Wicker's arm went wrong after signing
with St. Louis and the second 3760 was not
u,,8o c.,Lii umucu iiihi ine ai.o't1 wa
to be paid for the release of Wicker by
..ti I'uviiri wum iioi nava
been compelled to sign with Bt. Louts and
that his consequent ability had nothing to
do with the rase and that a man could not
be sold as chattel.
International Antomoblle Race.
PiDTH Tun M .Ih.J.I T ,
Edge and Knlff were the first four starters
In the International automoble race from
Paris to Vienna, which started at 8:30
o'clock this morning from the village of
Camptgny, twelve mile east of this city.
Foxhall Keen left at 3:46 a. m. W. K
Vanderbllt, Jr., started at 8:43 a. m. His
skilled maneuvering waa much admired.
Immediately after the flag fell Mr. Van-
n.rhll, Ufl , ........ .4 A . . . . T.
appeared. Lawrence Waterbury did not
KnifT arrived first at Belfort at 10:47-30
His average speed was 100 kilometers per
11:10:01 and Maurice Farman at 11:13:46.
ruuiuirr a lire uursi jusi alter passing
Chaumont, where he waa leading.
VnvVtnll Ifun. AamhA . . -
level crossing at Osier, eleven miles out
ii,.. . ..... . .. ,j . .
Aim muuiuu,ta wets injurcm ana ne was
unable to continue the race. Mr. Keen
waa not injured.
With the Bowlers.
In the tenpln contest between "Plumber"
" ... -' aiiiu Ml. nuill-
Itigton and W. W. Hartley laat night on
v in, m mtiwrjm me lunucr icaul WOtl Dy
101 pins. Score:
Sergeant Bin A Leveled aat Oaawa.
ONAWA. Ia.. June 26. (SDeclai Tele.
gram.) Anderson' leacuera shut out tha
Sergeant Bluff team at the Athletic park
this afternoon In a very Interesting game
by a score of 4 to 0. Thl Is Onawa's fifth
consecutive victory and Its second shut
out of adversaries this week. All Onawa's
scores were made in the first Inning. Struck
out: By King. ix; Dy Bates, . Batteries:
Onawa, King and Frlese: Serareant Bluff.
Bates and Hodges. Onawa plays Sioux
liy siocayaraa nere rjunuay.
Brother Killed by Lightning.
BROWNSTON DEPOT, Ind., June 26
tieorg ana narry rungooiut ag-d so ana
36, brothers, were killed by lightning last
night while fishing In the Whit river, near
many respects like other ulcers or sores.
sharp shooting pains announce the
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Ia ,orutvrTt Moo, X noticed a small
lump on my lowar lip. Th doctor c.
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ties the clae healed antlralv and no
sign of th diaa have been aeea,
decaying effete matter. It has great
sore the healing process begins, the
and the place heals over and new 6kin
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1st. 2d. 3d. 4th.
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Rad 1M0 221 167 188
Totala. 363 402 336 364
1st. 2d. 3d. 4th.
Huntlngt'n 169 231 148 168
Hartley .. 178 14 163 188
Totals. 347 880 307 356
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