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THE OMAHA DAILY UEEi SATURDAY, JULY 20, 1902.
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BOSTON MAKES IT TI1REE
Bhuta Oat Philadelphia in Lutof ths Pres
PlTTINGER PROVES A COMPLETE PUZZLE
Preveats Phllllea from Getting; Mas
Across Horn Plato and la
Racked by Perfect
BOSTON, July 25. Boston made It three
straight today by shutting out Philadel
phia. Pittlnger waa a completa pussle to
the visitors. Wolverton Joined the Fhll
adelphlana today and played a splendid
time, despite hla two errors. Attendance.
BOSTON. I rHILiJjELPHIA.
K.H.O.Ag. R.H. O.A.I.
Coaley, H ... 1 Ttr,aa. ef.. I I
Teanr, l .. l i t t l wolf ton, I I I
Dmnt, lb.. 114 Parry, rf
Carnvr, rf... Ill lljaoslnga, lb. 1
Orm gT. Ik. 1 11 SIHwIn. c I 1
1 I I I S.LKlUflaaa, u. I
Laah. cl 1
Kmc. M s s 4 I 1
Moras, a tit
chll.. lb... I 1 4
Pltllogar, .. I ft
Dugflebj, a. 1 1 I
ToUla ...4 117 11 o Total, ... 4 M II I
Boston 1 I It M M
Philadelphia 0 0 0 . 0 0 0 0 0-0
Earned runs: Boston. 1. Two-bsse hit:
Demont. Double plays: Wolverton (un
assisted). Krug to Child. Base on balls:
Off Pittlnger, 2; off Duggleby, 1. Hit by
pitched balls: Wolverton. Carney. Struck
ut: Jtsjr 1'itimger, a; oy jJuggieDy, . lime:
.3o. Umpires; ason and white.
Brooklyn Beata New York,
NEW YORK. Julr tt -The Brooklyn team
turned the table on the New Tork nine
today a, the Polo grounds. Pitcher Kltsnn
mnae a nomi run tor rroomyn in 111a
third Inning. IT alao struck out nine New
Torkera. Attendance, 2,600. Score:
R.H O A C
atiackarl, It. 1 I I 1 0
Kaalar, rf.... 1 0
Dnlan, f t S I I S
MeOaaa, lb.. 1 llv I
DaJilrn. as... 4 1 1
Parrall, s I I I
MeCreery. lb I f
nrla, lb 0 a 1 0
Dunn, rf Ill
Hraan'h'n, a. I 4 1
riood. 2b.... 1 1 I 0
KUaoo. .... 1 I 0 I 0
i.'rooln, p.... 0 4 I
ToUla ... I 17 14 1 Totals ... It II 1
Brooklyn 00100001 02
New York 00000000 0-0
Earned runs: Brooklyn. 1. First base on
errors: New York, 1. Baerlfloe hits: Mc-
Graw, Keeler, Lauder. Left on base: New
York, t: Brooklyn. 4. Two-base nit: oneca-
erd. Home run: Kltaon. Stolen basea:
Smith. Brodle. Double clay: McOann to
McOraw to McOann to Bresnahan. First
base on balls: Off Kltsnn, 1. Hit by
pitched ball: By Kltson, 1. struck out:
By Kltson. : by Cronln, 2. Time: l:H.
Menetee Easy for Red.
CHICAGO. July 25-The visitor won
easily by batting Menefee freely. Two of
. ! I A 1. I . - .. Tt.lllln
had hit Schaefer -by a pitched ball, spoil
ing a shut-out. Attendance, 2,000. Score:
CINCINNATI. , CHICAOO.
R.M OA B
Dobba. It 1 I I 1
Slanta. If.... Ill
Packlar. lb.. 1 S II a
l. cr. rt 1 1 a
Srrmour, el.. I 1 1 I 0
Wllluuna. rt. s 1 s e s
Lawa, lb 1 1 4 1
Cbanra. lb... II
Plata, lb..... s s s a 1
Corcoran, aa. 1 I 1 I 1
IX 1 tar, at.... I
Kltng. I 4
tainfdt. lb. I I 0
Tlnfcar. aa... t I 1
rhllllpa, I I 4 0
Bariao, .... 4
Brhaafar, II. I I I t I
Manalaa, I 1 I
Tetala ... I It 17 11 ! Totals ... 1 f IT 14 4
ClrclnnaU 0. 011002-4
Chicago 000.1000 O-1
Left on base: Chicago. S: Cincinnati. 1.
First base on balls: Oft Menefee, 1. Struck
out: By Menefee, 3; by Phillips, 1. Hit by
pitcher: Bchaefer. Two-baa hits: Cor
coran (2), Seymour, Pelts. Sacrifice hits:
Beokley, 2; Seymour, X Stolen base: SUgle.
Double play:. Pelts to Corcoran to Beck
ley. Time: 1:35. Umpire: O'Day.
ataadlaat at tb Teama.
Flayed. Won. Lost P.C.
Pittsburg 77 6 M .7M
Rronklvn :.' M 48 26 . 671
Boston 74 t Sf .627
Chicago 78 40 28 .613
Cincinnati ,,, ,,.v m 42
St. Loul 7 33 42 .434
Philadelphia 81 23 48 . 407
New xora 77 17 bu ,i
Oamea todav: Cincinnati at Chicago.
New York at Brooklyn, Philadelphia at
lio ion, riiianurg at si. ixmi.
AMERICAN LEAGUE GAMES
.parka, Hew Mas fa Bostaa, Wlsi
First Victory by Beating; !
ROSTOV. Ju'iV . Snarks. tha home
team's newest pitcher won the first victory
today. Harpers ireo cases were cosuy.
Attendance, 4,637. Bcore: n
BOSTON. 1 ST. LOUIS.
R.H.O. A.E.I R.H.O.a.E.
bouahartr. it I I 1 'Bnrkett. If... I I
Colllna. lb... 18 11 1 Hantpblll. ef. 1
Stahl, af 1 I a rrtai, rt..... a w m m m
rraaaua, rt.. I Andanes, 111 II 1 I
Parent, as... 114 1 l.Wallaca, aa.. I I I
LaCh'ca. lb., 1 1 1 Nocor'k. n.. 1 s 1 1
Farrla. lb.... I I UPaddaa, lb., t I 4 1
Warnar. a 1 1 .4 1 Saadea. 1114
Bparka, .... 111 Harrar, p.... 114
TotsU " It li "l Total ... I 4 M 14 I
St. Louts .0.08.00 a a
Earned runs: Boston, 1: St. Louis. 1.
Two-base hit: McCormlck. Three-base
hits: Parent. Suaden. Home run: Collins,
Stolen bases: Dougherty, Freeman. Double
lay: Anderson, unassisted. Bases on
alls: Off Hamer. 8: oft Spark. 2. Btruck
out: By Spark, a; by Harper, l iims:
1:30. Umpire: Sheridan.
Eves Break at Baltimore.
BALTIMORE. July to Tha New Ameri
can league team broke even with Chicago
today. Errora were responsible for many
of the visitors' runs In the first game. The
locals Dulled themselves together in the
second contest ana won out oy iss worn
In the field. Attendance, t.ouu. bcores:
R.H.O. A. I. R.H. OAS.
Strang, lb... 1 4 1 I Gilbert, aa... 1 I I
Jonea. et 114 1 Salbach, If... 1 1 I I
Oreen, rf I I Wllllama, lb. I 1 I
Davla. aa I 1 1 4 McParl'd, tl I I 1 I
Mertae. It.... 1 I I I 1 Smith, lb.... 11
l.txll, lb.... I I II Arni, rf.... 1 1 I I I
Iialr, lb t 1 4 Wlltea, lb... II I
Bulllran, s... Sill Ytagar, a.... I I 1 I
aiteraon, S-. 1 I 6 I Paw all, .,..! till
Tata la ...U II IT 11 "il Totals ...4117 11 I
Chicago 01001112 1 18
Baltimore 1 090008004
Sacrifice bit: Oreen. Davis, Daly, Jones,
Smith. Two-base hits: leaner. Arndt,
Oreen. Three-base hits: Daly, Sullivan,
Stolen bases: Mertes. Bulitvan. btrang,
Double play: Patterson to Sullivan to la-
bell, rlrnt taee tn nana: unr ratianon,
1- off Howell. 1. Struck out: By Patter
son, 2. Paaaed ball: Sullivan. Left on
banes: nauimore. ; inicago, s. iim
1:60. Umpire: Johnstqn.
BALTIMORE. I CHICAOO.
R.H.O A E R.H.O.A.E
Ollbarl. aa... I I Straae. lb... 111
Selhach. it . 1 1 I Janea. tl .... I 18
wtlliama. a. a 1 1 a uraau, n.... a a
H. ur t. cl 1 11 Da via. aa.... 1 4 I
Smith, lb.... I 1 llerlaa. If.... till
Arndt. rf Ill labail, lb 111
wtltae. .... 111 alr. lb I I 1 I 1
Yeager. ..,. 1 11 E. Mrr, a.. 1111
Hoarall, lb... 118 1 CrlSUtt, I I
iGaraln, .... 4
Tetala ... I I II 11 l'-SulUtraa .... 14
ToUla ... 4 I 14 11 1
Batted for oarvtn in to ninth.
Three-baa hit: E. McFarlaal. Stolen
baae: Merte. Double play: Howell to
Sinlth, Garvin to Da via to labelt. First
base on balls: Off Griffith, t: eft Gsrv.n. 8
iff Wlltae. 1. Hit by pitched ball: By
Griffith. 1. Struck out: By Wlltas, 8: bv
Griffith, 2: by Garvin. 2. Wild pitch:
Griffith. Left on baess: Baltimore, T; Chi
cago, a. lira: 1:00. umpire: Johnston,
Clevelaad wlsi ia Nlath.
WASHINGTON. July 28 -The Cleveland
team won today In their final- 4 urn at the
bat hitting Orth for -four singles and a
triple. This, with an error, cava them five
runa and me gam. Attendance, b,uuu.
Bar, af Ill Fraa. af 1 I
liradlaj. lb., til 1-orU. lb.... I I
lAlla. b.... 14 U.l.a'ty, If.. Ill
Hubiuaa, la. It KtiMrr. rf ... t 1
nick, rt 1 I 1 l oualilia. lb. I I I I
M.i.nkr, If 1 i 0 0 farer. lb I T
Gsrha'er. aa. 1 4 11 l b.ly. a I I I I
baeila. I Drill, a Ill
juaa. a a a 1 'om. a 1 i 8
Touts ... t tt 14 ll Tetala ... l"lit7
Waahli gton .....0.12-
Earna.l runa: Waahlngton, 1: Cleveland, 2.
Ttirn-MH nit: uornnouer. ptolen basea
Bay. Lalole. Sacrifice hit: lira 1 lev. HI
bv rrtu had ball: Couanlln. Struck aul ! By
1 uriA. a; oy juaa, a. iu oo base; wash
Inaton. ; Cleveland. 1 Time: 180. I'm-
ire: Carrulher and Connolly.
At Philadelphia Philadelphia-Detroit
game poatponed on account of rain.
Standing; at the Teams.
Plsved. Won. Lost P.C.
73 41 80 .19
74 48 81 .bKl
HO 45 tt .f3
7 40 1 .it
19 38 41 .41
'leveland 9" H 44 .(W)
Baltimore 79 IS 40 .41
Detroit 74 2 46 .3!
Oame today: Cleveland at Baltimore,
Chicago at Weahlngton. St. lul at Phila
delphia, Detroit at Boston.
N AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
Toledo Wins Oame from Kaneae City
la Third by Hlttla and Aa
alatanre by Errors. f
KANSAS CtTT. Julv r Toledn'a five
hit In the third, aaaleted by three errors,
netted seven runs. McDonald relieved
Wolfe In the third, but the visitor con
tinued to hit the ball. Attendance. 1,00
TOLEDO. . KANSAS CITT.
RHO.ABl R.H. O.A.I.
Burn,, lb.... 114 1 1 RotMuaa. rt. 1 1
Meaar. rt ... Ills 0 h.tIII,. c... 41414
Uw.ni, aa.... I I I I truradr, lb.... 4 1111
urnar. lb... I I s S Nanoa, rf ... 1 I I S 1
mitb. b.... 111 Leawe. aa....l Sill
lanagan. If. I 1 1 S S K. Bmlth. If. 4 I I
llkaa. cl.... 1 111 1 MrAnd'wa. Ill I 1 1 I
Klalnow, c... lit ft Thirl, lb I 4 I I
McNaal, 11 I) Molt,, p 1
Mr Donald, p. s 1 1 S S
Totals ...11 II IT I I Qar 1
I ToUla ... Ill nil
Gear batted for McDonald In the ninth.
Toledo 40T00001 012
Kansas City 020OI02O1I
Earned runs: Kansaa Cltv. 8: Toledo, a.
Two-base hits: Nance, Smith, Thlel, Owena
11;, xurner i nree-oase mie: iniei,
McAndrews. Double plays: Gllkea to Kll
now, Owens to Burns to Turner. First
ase on dkiis; jrj woue, z; ore Mcuonaio,
: off McNeal. 2. Hit bv Pitched ball: By
McNeal, 2. Struck out: by Wolfe, 2; by
McNeal, 2. Time: 1:66. Umpire: Haskell.
Mllwaakee Defeats Colambas.
MILWAUKEE July 2S.-MUwaukee de
feated Columbus todsy with the assist
ance of Cmulre Ebrla-ht's favorable de
cisions, although C. Mchride's single, which
wss converted Into a run, with two men on
buses, by belno" lost In the tall grass In left
neia aiso neipea in 1 oca is. Attendance,
R.H.O. A.B.I M.H.O.A.E.
Dtinsan. If... 1 4 Hart, rf 1 I
II VI01. aa 1
II Mr Pari' d. rf. 1
111 O'Hagan, lb.
I 4 Knoll, It
I Turnar. lb...
Hallman. rf.. I
llnamaa, aa I I
Rvnkla, lb . 1 I
O McB'a. lb 1 t
Wagnar, lb.. 1
iFOtlOBtM. a., s
I. Wagnar, p 1
Herman, y... 0
I 14 14 I 4
Totals ... I. T 87 II 1
Milwaukee 0 8000002-4
Columbus 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 14
Earned run: Milwaukee. I: Columbus. 3.
Two-base hits: McFarland, Turner, Fuller.
Home Tun: G. Mc Bride. Bases on balls:
Off Wagner, 1; off Herman, 1. Stolen bases:
Dungan, Vlox, O'Hagen. Sacrifice hits:
htunitel ). wild pitch: Herman. i Btruck
out: By Wsgner, L Double play:' A. Mc-
Bride to CUngman. Left on bases: Mil
waukee, ; Columbus, 8. Time: 1:60, Um
At Ct. Paul-Todar'a 8t. Paul -Louisville
game was called after the fourth Inning on
account of rain. Each side had scored four
At Minneapolis Indlanapolla-MlnneaDolls
game postponed; rain.
Btandiagr of tha Teams.
Played. Won. Irt. P.C.
Louisville ,.81 67 24 .701
Indianapolis l W za .w
St. Paul 81 44 27 .643
Kansa City 88 40 43 . 4M
Milwaukee i 78 88 "4 .481
Columbus 83 88 , 46 .4n$
Minneapolis 78 29 60 .867
Toledo 83 2 . 67 .312
Games today: Louisville at St. Paul, In
dianapolis at Minneapolis, Toledo at Kan
saa Oty, Columbu at Milwaukee,
AMATBVH GAMES TODAY,
Eagrlea Against Eagles.
At Vinton Street 'park this afternoon
.Omaha aerie of Eagles will play the Fre
mont aerie, uooa team nave neen cnoeen
and a splendid game la promised. Tha
Omaha. ' Position. Fremont.
Coady ..First baae Kehlln
Lund Beconu oase..., unaaen
Davis Third base 'Allen
Kleffner Shortstop Hennlng
Frlck Leftfleld Morr
Bowie Centerfleld Hartwell
Mahoney Klfhtneld Delta
McDonald ..Catcher , Mortenson
Henn ,, Pitcher Henry
Keith Substitute O'Brien
VanCamo Substitute Sorenson
Hyte Substitute Johnson
At tha Field Clnb.
At the Omaha Field club grounds this
afternoon tha Field club team will play
the (J. M. Diets team, xne lineup:
Field Club. C. N. Diets.
Abbott first baae Welch
Knox. second base Welch
Creighton third base Liverty
Malone ...shortstop Jenkins
Heed left field E. Planner
Hoagland cantor field B. Plattner
Van Camp right field Davidson
Crawford catcher Hathaway
Clarke-Gordy pitcher Nestlebush
At Y. M. C. A. Park.
The Carpenter Paper company and the
Young Men's Christian assoulatlon teama
will play at the aoclatlon park. Twenty
fifth and Ames avenue, Saturday afternoon
gt a:w o ciock, . una lineup;
u. p. co. t. M. C. A.
Fatterquist catcher Karr-Willard
Divine pitcher. Whltaha1-WUlard
Smith first base Erlckson
Davis second base. Foley-Whitehead
Fltsssrald third bass Swan
Luplnskl shortstop Nordstrom
Kotysa leftfleld Kavan
Jones centerfleld.... Williams
Fltspatrtck rtgbtnsld Wlllard
Oame at Osiws Terminate la Row.
ONAWA. Ia.. July 25. (Special Telewram )
The base ball game here today between
Onawa and Blenooe broke uor In a row In
the last half of the fifth Inning and Umpire
Stevens gave the game to Onawa. 8 to a
In Onawn's half of the fifth the score
stood 4 to 1 in Onivt'i favor. Frlese was
on third and Whits on second. In attemnt
lng to steal home Frleae waa eaught be
tweeu bases, and lle turning to run
home he stepped out of the line and then
scored on an overthrow. Blencoe claimed
he left the line Intentionally and when he
was called safe they refused to finish the
game. In the third Inning, with the score
1 to 0 in favor of Blencoe and with the
bases full. Brown lined out a beautiful
two-bagger, bringing in three scores. Bat.
tenes: onawa. Brown and Hol ls: Blencoe
Klmbrough and Fulmer. . Umpire; Stevana
of Moortneao. ,
Kearaeyltes Defeat Skelton.
8HELTON. Neb.. July VL fSnecial Tale-
gram.) Tha best played game of base ball
or in season waa witnessed her today
between Kearney and Bhalton teams
Score: Kearney. 2; Sheltnn. 1. Time: 1:16.
Batterlea: Kearney, Prendergraft and Bur.
man; rineiton, plena ra and wiegardt. um
Bamboldt Worst Poll City.
HUMBOLDT, Neb., July 25 (Special.)
Tbe Humboldt base ball team went down
to Falla City yeaterday afternoon and de
feated the team of that place by a acore of
6 to 4. There has always been more or lees
rivalry Between the two teams and Hum
boldt fans are correspondingly Jubilant.
Gordon Bootes Adversaries.
GORDON. Neb., July 26 (Special )
Gordon played Merrlman and Pine Rldg
combined her Wednesday resulting 8 to 6
n tavor oi uoraon. naileries; Gordon,
Webb and WUhit; Merrlman, Arnold and
. Three-I Leasee.
At Rock Island-Rock Island. I.' Evans-
At Devenport Decatur. 2: Devon nort. a
At Rockferd Rockford. 11: Terre Haute, a.
At i eoar itapias ceaar Kapias, a; Bloom'
Chaagrs la Des Mplaea Team.
DES MOINES. Ia-. July 25. Joe Ouinn
manager of the Dea Moines team, thla
morning reelased First Baseman Stearns
and signed Davia of the Kanaaa City
team to take bla place. Davis was for
merly wita inver.
Pate Ead la BoauSoy Base Ball.
NEBRASKA CIT1. Neb.. July 26 (So.
clal.) The questlou as to whether base
ball be ttlayed oa Sunday or not waa hi.
tied thla afternoon ao far aa Nebraska
v.iiy is concerned cy aa oraer Ueued by
Mayor Periling forbidding the gam within
ne confines oi in town.
Falls City Letei to llomboldt.
par T a rt-r-v- JK Tt. o& a ... ni . 1
Humboldt and Falls City played ball here
yesterday, the former team winning by a
score of 8 to 8. Batteries: Humboldt, Linn
ml Seotilst: Knits City. Kuecre and Potect.
The home team ha loat only two games
In Soothero Association.
At Memphis Memphis, 8; Atlanta, 4. '
At Little Hock Little Rock. 8: Birming
At New oriean New Orleans, a: Nash
At Bhreveport Fhreveport-Chattanooga
game postponed; rain.
Ia the Western Leagoe.
Osmes today: Omaha at Denver St.
Joseph at Kansas City, peorla at Milwau
kee, Des Moines at Colorado Springs.
BIG BETTING MEN LOSERS
Keatncky Horses taptore Every
thing In Sight at Cleveland and
Set World Record.
CLEVELAND. July 25.-The winner of
each of the four races on the card at Glen
vllle today came from the stable of Hudson
& Gatcom, Lexington, Ky. It was Hudson
who did the driving and in winning every
thing In sight he set a world's record for
performances of the sort. Only one of the
winners was a first choice, and the big
betting men lost very heavily. The ownera
of the winning string went Into the betting
ring ana it is reportea mai mey iook oui
,000. E. Bmithers of New York backed
Shadow i mines to win the Z:0S pace, and
the defeat of the horse Is said to nave cost
Nick Hublnger selected the Hudson
The winning horse started In the last
race, when Audubon Boy out-raced Shadow
Chimes In the final heat. Shadow Chime
was always a 2 to 1 favorite In the opening
belting. The drive In the first heat was a
wild one and McDonald was nnrl-.0.
Chase, a 2 to I shot, won the 2:20 trot
without trouble, making the second victory
fdr the Hudsons,
The 2:1 trot was split up and Hudson
began driving in the third heat under
orders from the Judges. Alice Russell
started to win In the fourth and out-lasted
the tired field.
Hudson's lay-up In the first two heats
cost him 8200. Silver Sign, the even money
favorite, was never dangerous.
The real surprise was sprung In the last
race, in which Hudson appeared with
Twinkle, nearly always a 40 to 1 chance.
Heavy favorite Koamer toon the nrst nest
and had the second well In hand at the
last elKhth. Then, like a flash. Twinkle
csme from the bunch, winning In very fust
time. The next two heats were won by the
mare brushing It out In the stretch. Hud
son wns given a, tremendous ovation by
the 6,000 spectators. Results:
2:18 class, trotting, purss 83,000, three In
Alice Russell, b. m., by Gam-
betta wilkes-sauy Jones
(Hudson! 10 10 2 1 1 1
Alice Carr, blk. m. (Garri
son) a l i a 10 i
Re-elected, g. h. (Macey) 1 2 10 4 8 2
Baron Dillon Junior, b. h.
(Fuller) 2 4 T 2 8ro
Nutbearer, br. g. (Foote) 8 11 2 ro
Gavatta, b. m. (Dlckerson)... 4 6 2 8 7ro
Mary P. Leyburn, ch. m.
(Marsh) 8 3 4 t 8ro
Mlnka, ch. m. (Stuart) 11 8 8 7 4 ro
Sliver sign, b. h. (o union)., a 7 6 5 aro
Dormsath. br. a. (While).... 7 8 11 10 6ro
Aidlne Medium, blk. m. (Ket-
eham) 8 11 a S or
Andy J, b, g. (Nuckola) ds
Time: t:tl, !;10ft, 2:12, 2:12, 2;llMh
2:06 claas, pacing, purse 31,000, two in
Audubon Boy, chr g., by J. J. Audu-
bon-Flaxey (Hudson) 1 I 1
Shadow Chimes, b. h, (Oeers) 6 12
Fanny DUlard, b. m. (Snow) 2 6 2
Da r lei. b. m. (McDonald) 2 21s
George B, m. (Johnson) ,..,.,., 4 2ds
Time: Z:06, Z:0Vi, Z:W.
u.. . .... , f.. a at am n
V. IIWI. IIV1MII,! ,ru.V .
thiVei . . ,
Chase, b. g., by Keeler-Vidette (Hud
son) 1 1
Prince 6f Orange, b. g. (Oeers) 2 2
Antesa. b. m. (Lyman) 6 2
"Mr. Brown, b. m. (James) 3 a
Patchen Maid, blk. m. (Shank) 7 4
Silver King, g. a. (Merrifielu) 4 8
Prlola. b. m. (Maraht 6 1
Aanea Halford. blk. m. (Foote) 8 6
Thornboy, g, g. (Bauer) ;,,, .....10 8
Betsy Ross, b, m. (Wills), v 8 10
Quy Fortune, ch. h. (Noble) , , ds
ana " tnira ana lourvn moneys aivtaea.
Time: 2:12H. 2:1144. ' e
2:13 class, pacing, purse 31,200. three In
TwlnVle. b. m., by Mercury, dam
bv Tom Hall Junior (Hudson) 8 111
Roamer. br. g. (Stahl) 1 2 12 2
Don Sohlnx. br. h. (MunsAn) 10 4 2 8
oaKota part, g. g. turmi) a t a a
Prince Direct, blk. h. (McHenry)., 12 2 3
Annie Leyburn, b. m. (Porter) 7 8 4 4
Bur Hal. br. h. (Snow) 4 13 12 6
Doctor Hammond, ch. g. (Welsh). .11 8 6 8
Frank, br. g. (Pennock) 13 6 8 7
Jackmont. b. g. (C. Greer) 12 10 7 10
Flash S, b. g. (Johnson) 6 8 lOds
Prince Emm. b. h. (Lee) 16 11 ds
Octogan, blk. h. (Espey) 3 12 lid
Tommy Wilson, d. n. (Davis) Mar
Flossie F, b. m. (Klrby)... 6ds
Time: f.whi, i:it)V4; z:u.
OPENING OF TENNIS TOURNEY
Forty-Ono Entries In Play for Cham.
plonshtp of City, Which Starts
at Field Clnb Today.
The tennis tournament to be rolaved at
the Omaha Field club begin promptly at
2 o'clock thl afternoon and it Is expected
that most of the preliminary contest wilt
ne settled today snd some of the others,
Those that are not played will be con
tinued irom oay 10 aay until wney ar
played. - 1
The number of entries how that con
alderable Interest Is being taken In thla
sport, even more than in the pilmy days
or "3 ana bd, when trie average number
of contestants waa from twenty to twenty
four. This year there are forty-one entries,
It is believed that this means a revival of
ths annual tournaments, which wero dis
continued In '87.
Tli. .nnl.al.nl. ava a Mnru.nl.llvi twiAv
there being twenty-eight from the Field
club, three from the Country club, three
from the Shrlner and the remainder from
private courts of the city. The tournament
Is for the championship of the city and ths
winner will Do presented with a cup, em
blematlo of the honors won. There will
also be given a second prise. The number
of entries 1 the largest in tb history of
Following is the draw for the preumi.
nanes: A.-Colley. Dye; w. N. Marsh, bye;
o. rt. young. Dye: r. J. Loomis. bye: A.
Scrlbner, bye; J. F. Webster, bye; A. B.
Tebblns. bye; O. C. Mclntyre. bye; F. N,
Bllsh, by : F. B. Rooney, bye; Fred Hsmli.
ton. bye. C. C. Webster Dlsys R. E. Bunder-
land. Luther Kountii plays N. H. Ladou-
ceur, A. Potter plays H. Doorley, D. Pol-
lara piays J. v. nattin. j. w. nugnes
plays June Brown. Georg Prlchard plays
F. J. Hill. J. W. Towle play Allen White,
O. 8. Erwln play B. F. Cotley, F. Dufrene
pisvs b). w. Hmitn. u. Martin, bye: H. H.
Knox, bye: William Vaughan. bye: L. S.
Webater, bye; Dr. S. J. Schneider, bve;
8. 8. Caldwell, bye; C. C. Rosewater, bye;
H. D. A! lee, bye; Clark Powell, bye: Hal
Yates, bye; D. LeMere, bye; Lynn Sher-
Much Interest 1 being taken by the con
teetant and some spirited nlaylna is cx
peoted. Play will begin promptly at 3
o ciock at tne courts or the Field ciud,
should the courts not be too wet.
Big. Posses at Seward Meet.
SEWARD. Neb.. July 25 (Special.) Th
entries to the rsces at Seward on August
6. 7 and 8 have all filled remarkably well
owing to the purses offered being the
largest In the state. The track Is In ex
cellent shspe and some good records will
undoubtedly bo made. The leading attrac
tions are the 2:27 pare, stake 31,000, with
eighteen entries, among them being Guy
1 aion ana poiar lines, ana tne I il trot
stake 81.0u0. with sixteen entries. The nffl.
errs of th association have spent a great
deal ot time In vreparlrg the grounds and
buildings and both the stove and park are
in fjerfet-t oondltlon. Arrangement hava
been made to run excursion tralna from
Omaha, Lincoln and Fremont, and a
larger attendance is expected this year
man ever peioro.
For tho Kind's Prise.
TyONDON. July 25 In the second stag
ot the shooting for th king' prize at Bin
ley today ti allver medal was won by
Corporal Kerr of the First Dumbarton
regiment, with a score of 192.
The Csnadlan score for th aerond tag
or tne King a prise were: Captain Remits,
ihz; captain Miu-neu, is), and Major Mac
Tcasi Oame Postponed.
CHICAOO, July 26-Th finals In th
weatarn tennis championship. In both
doubles and singles, were uoatDoned todav
owing to wet court. Both matches will b
Y. M. C. A. Contests Cloao.
Tho athletle contest between tha mem
bers of tho Young Men a Carialiau aaaocU-
tlon, postponed from laet Saturday because
of rain, were pulled off at the Young Men a
Chrlstlun association park yesterday after
noon. Following were the winner: Utah
Jump V.'ilson, 4 feet 11 Inches, first; Paul
son, 4 feet 10 When, secona. 1'oie van it
Gedson. feet 2 Inches. flrM: Wilson, sec
ond. Running broad Jump fainter, 18 feet
H inch, first; Whitehead, 18 feet (H Inches,
second, itunning. iw-ynrci ohsii i nimn,
first; Baker, second. Shot put Warham,
first;" Klnkade, second.
EGAN WINS RAVENOAKS CUP
Principal Opponent I Abram Poole,
Jr., ot tho Onwestals
CHICAGO, July 23. Tho Ravenoak
up thla year go to Exmoor
for the flrit time in thd history
of the trophy event, H. Chandler Egan of
that club handily defeating Abram Poole,
Jr., of Ontwentila today by 2 up. The
game was watched by a Isrge gallery of
enthusiasts and was a very close contest.
The medal scores cf both players were the
same out aa In, Egan doing the 18 holes la
82 and Poole In 84.
Two Chicago golfers, Abram Poole, Jr.,
and H. Chandler Egan, representing res
pectively Ontwentsla and Exmoor, began
nal play In the battle royal for the Raven-
oak cup today on the links of the Ontwent-
la club at Lake Forest. Particular Inter-
est centered about the play ot the Exmoor
man, Inasmuch as he defeated two formld-
ble easterners yesterday Horstmann of
Chevy Chase and Payne of Princeton.
Furthermore, Exmoor has never had pos
session of ths Fuller trophy, and chancrs
today seemed very favorable to gain tho
coveted cup. At the start of play weather
conditions were threatening. Following
were the pairings for finals In the other
Solace Cup Walter E. Egan, Lake Ge
neva, against Walter B. Smith. Onwentsia.
Tyro Cup W. Houghtellng, Skokle,
against George A. Thome, Glenvlew.
First Committee Cup R. McKlttrlck. St.
Louis, against C. B. Herschberger, Onwent-
Second Committee Cup R. D. Bokum,
Glenvlew, against K. L. Ames, Glenvlew.
Lake County Cup (mixed foursome)
Walter B. Smith and Abram Poole, Jr., On
wentsia, against F. Oden Horstmann and
Percy R. Pyne. II Lakewood.
Flay In all event was eighteen boles.
Both Poole and Egan played an excellent
game and the match was very close, the
latter leading one up at tha first nine hola.
The medal scores were:
Egan Out. .6 6 6 4 6 4 4 4 4 1
In. ...4 6 7 4 6 6 8 4 8-41-82
Poole ...... .Out. .6 6 4 2 6 4 6 4 6-42
In.. ..6 6 8 8 4 6 4 4 44284
Walter Egan of Lake Geneva, won the
Solace cup. defeating Walter B. Smith of
Ontwentsia. one up In nineteen holes.
Tne Tyrol cup went to George Thorne or
Glenvlew, who won from W. Houghllng of
BKoKle, two up, one to play,
R. McKlttrlck of St. Louis secured the
first golf committee cup, winning from C.
B. Hershberger of Ontwentsia, In four up,
tnree to piay.
K. L. Ames of Glenvlew defeated R. D.
Bokum, Jr.. In two up, and took the second
lhe Lake cup was captured by the Lake-
wood team, Percy R. Pyne, II, and F.
Oden Horstman, two up and one to play,
Their opponents were W. B. Smith and
Abram Poole. Jr., of Ontwentsia. The
easterners won by superior putting. Sum.
Finals, Lake cup:
Horstman and Pyne Out, 89; In, 8877.
W. B. Smith and Poole Out, 41; In, 39-80.
The Ontwentsia cup at medal play will b
contested for tomorrow.
All th player who participated In tha
tournament and finished today have en
tered for this cup. Another entry Is A.
G. Lockwood of Boston, runner-up In tli
Massachusetts state tournament
Plllabary Wins Chess Game.
HANOVER. July 28 -For the fourth
round of the International chess masters'
tournament, now In progress in this city.
round seventeen of the Berger system wna
selected. The players met 'in the following
order: pardieben against Pliispury, Mapier
against Tschlaorln Atkins agnlnst Oott-
schnol, Gunsberg ' against Cohn, Wolf
aaglnat Levin, Marshall against Maaon,
Olland against Swiderskl, Mleses against
Poolel. Janowskl against Suechtlng. No
results were obtained In th morning fitting.
although Cohn, Atkins and Janowskl had
their respective men practically beaten.
When play ceased for the day the following
results were recorded : i-inroieoen nan gone
down before Pl'lsbury, Napier snd Tschi
gorln drew their game. Atkins had ac
counted for Oottschall, Gunsberg lost to
Cohn, Wolf and Levin drew, Marshall ad
ministered defeat to Mason, ouana over
come Swiderskl, Mleses and Popiel divided
honors and Japowskl beat Suechtlng.
The score to date is as follows:, ouana
baa won four games: Mlesere and Ja
nowskl, 3 each; Marshall, 2; Atkins, Bor.
delhen. Wolf, Napier, iw; oonn. popiel,
Tschiaoiin. 2: Gunsberg. Levin. Plllsbury.
IV; uottacnaik, Bueicnung, swiaersiu, y,.
Circuit Races Close at Hasting.
HASTINGS. Neb.. July 25.-(Specia! Tele
gram.) The three day' race meeting
Closed nere tnis ariernoon, alter naviug
given a large string or excellent light har
ness events and several fine running races
In every on of today a event every neat
was a horse race from the start to finish
and crowds of enthusiastic spectator
cheered the horses on. Results:
2:86 pacing, purse 8300: Htsr oneioa junior
won, Guy Caton second, Marshall Good
third, Frlda strongwood fourth. Time;
2:4a trotting, purse 3300: Norvln C won.
Alcarmo second, Snyder McGregor third,
ADdui rtamia lounn. rime: i a'.t-
2:18 trotting, purse 84UU: Tony W won
Infellce second. Vanity 8 third, Llttl
Half-mile hippodrome, purse 1100: Llttl
oick ana warjy Mine won. Time: o:tw.
Three-ciuarter-mile and repeat running,
purse 1100: La Belle won, Lady Chapman
second, rtevenne tnira, au raui tourtn.
less wonder gave an exhibition
race without driver or sulky and paced a
nuie in 1 is.
Mattncc Race at Bluffs.
Trie fifth matinee of the season to be held
by the Trl-City Amateur Driving club will
be decided this afternoon on the mile track
In Council Bluffs. The rscea will be called
at 2 o'clock and admission to the grounds
and grandstsnd will be free. Street cars
will transfer direct to the grounds.
The following Omaha horses will start
In the first race. Blugea (Kendall), Tony
W. (McKey). Nellie Ah (Cosford). In ths
second race, Poverty (Russell). May Day
(Boriuet), ueorge K. (Reese). In the third
race. Governor Taylor (Crofoot). Straight
away (Arnold). Locket (Campbell).
There will probably be a one-mile special
for track horses. Tom Dennlson will glv
a fast quarter-mile exhibition to pole with
Lucky Jim, 2:3, and Durado, 2:18V.
Denver Ed Martin Wins.
LONDON. July 26 The conteet between
Bob Armstrong and Denver Ed Martin, the
American pukIUsi, for th colored cham
pionship of the world took place at Crystal
palace tonight and attracted a great crowd.
Armstrong started in a favorite, but his
performance did not Justify this, as Mar
tin proved to be the mure clever from tb
outset and never gave hla opponent a
chance, being declared an easy winner on
points at the closo of the fifteen rounds.
Martin, it Is announced, will challenge tho I
Inner of the JerTrles-r Itsslmmong fight
In San Francisco tonight.
Mayor May .top Fight.
SALT LAKE CITY. July 25. Mayor
Thompson announced today that the Gard.
rter-Koot fight, which is planned for ths
Elks' reunion, will not take plat If th
local Elks' lodge requests him to stop It.
Grand Exalted Ruler Pickett haa been In
telegraphic and mall communication with
Pare, Healthful, Snappy.
Tria AMERICAN BRBWINa CO.,
H. Loads, M
thm local Rika' Inrtre for several dnva with
reference to th Gardner-Root flgKt. and
etepa will probably be taken to nav it
"American Jockey Rldea Winner.
tNDnV Julv !K A the aernnd d.tv's
race of the July meeting todny Olasalt.
riaaen ny .Msner, the American caey, won
the Liverpool cup. Congratulation wss
second, and Fighting Furiey wss third. Six
Good Time Mndo by Bodalma.
RACE TRACK. CI-.TCVELANP. O.. July
25. Bodalma worked a mile today In 2:0Sl;
last half in 1:01, last quarter, :Wv
COMING BACK FR0M DEADWOOD
Omaha Earnrslonists Will Visit Some
Nebraska Towns on Way Homo
from Black Hills.
Since the circular Issued by Secretary
Utt of the Commercial club Thursday
morning another chsnge has bee made In
tha running time ot the special train to
Deadwood. It will according to present
plana return to Omaha Sunday morning.
Thla will give tha excurslonlsta opportunlty
to work towns between Orand Island and
Lincoln Saturday afternoon.
The bustling committee met at noon and
listened to reports from those having the
sale of tlcketa In hand. The reports were
flattering, nearly the entire number Issued
to the members having boen sold.
me prospective excursionists are con- i
alderlng th matter ot taking a band with
them. It haa been proposed to take I ho
Twenty-aecond regiment band and to dl - ,
vide the cost between the three organ!- '
rations taking part In the trip.
Fnnd (or Snperannnnted Minister.
NASHVILLE. Tenn.. July 2V-At a meet
ing of the trustees of the Methodist Episco
pal t.:nurcn society 11 nits own aecmeo, 10
endeavor to raise a 85.ooft.000 endowment
fund, the Interest of which Is to go to
superannuated ministers, widows and
Th following deaths had been reported
to the Board of Public Health at noon
Frldav: Victor Erlckson. Falrbnry. 2K;
Margaret Robertson. Wise Memorlel hos
pital, (tt; William Skinner, 1M7 North Twen
tieth, az; uenruae jvurcx. jtancroii, eu.
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