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    THE OMAITA DAILY I.EE: SUNDAY, AUGUST 17, 1902.
TO BY PLAflNC FAST BALL
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Omaha lhwt Xaisu City Feoplo What a
Gilt Edgo Articlo Look! Liko. '
OUTBATTEO, BUT STIU WIN THE GAME
Ctbsoa Doe. Fine Twirling for Kansas
City, Bets Remarkably Well,
bat Poor lippcrl Telia
tfco itory.
KANSAS CITT,' An. 18. (Special Trto
rram.) By playing the game all th time
for all It waa worth Omaha took the flrst
Kama from Kansas City today br a score of
6 to 4. The visitors were outbatttd and
hit were bunched nlceljr on them In two
; innings, but the Mannlngltes put up auch
wretched game In the field that it waa
comparatively easy for the Omahans, who
gave their twlrlera brilliant support. Ihe
jRourke band played the faateat game In
the field that haa been lean since the
Mannlngltes returned home end were
.auperb on the bares, ateallng fire tlmea.
Threa of these men would have been
,canght out In the pilfering act had Rob
loson froien onto the ball when It ahot
down to blm at second. One of the fea
ture of tho game was the batting of Qlb
eon, who twirled for the locate. He Is a
notoriously weak batter, but today' he de
veloped a Lejole form, and out of three
tlmea at bat made a single, a double and
home run over the left-field fence. His
homo run came In tho fifth Inning, when
there were two men on bases. Vp to this
time the locals had been abut out by Al
lowsy, who retired at the end of the In
ning on account of a bruised thumb, Owen
relieving him. Tho game ended in a most
sensational manner. After Messlt and
Kemmer, who batted for Shannon, bad
been retired In the ninth Gibson beat out
bunt and Ketchem followed with a hit
to center. There were two outs and two
men on bases, when Waldron drove a
double to center. Olbaon raced home end
I Ketchem, who la noted for his slowness
on bases, was also trying to cross tho
t plate before the ball could be thrown In.
Carter relayed tho ball In to 8twart, who
whtpped the ball home In time to cvtob.
.Ketchem la the act of sliding, about six
Inches from the plate, thus ending the
game, which looked for a moment as
though the score would be tied. Attend
ance, 1,800. Score:
OMAHA.
. AB. R. H. O. A, K.
.Carter, rf 1 1 1 1 0
Hlckey, 8b 6 0 0 0 1 1
Oenlns, cf 6 0 1 i 0 0
; Stone, If 0 1 t 0 0
jDolan. sa 8 10 0 10
, Stewart, 2b 1116 10
Thomas, lb 4 1 0 11 0 0
'Gondii!,, o t 0 0 2 4 0
lAlloway. p 1 i j O S 0
Owen, p l o 0 0 0 0
Totals.. 88 i i Zt 18 1
KANSAS CITT.
. AB. R. H. O. A. B.
Ketchem, cf.. 8 0 110 0
jWaldron. rf 8 0 1 0 0 0
'Miller. If 1 0 0 0 0 0
Robinson, 2b 4 0 0 1 I 1
.Jacobs, 3b 3 0 10 10
. ;Cittlke, lu 4 O 9 11 1
Shannon, as 3 1 i 4 i t
IMessltt. o 4 1110
'Olbaon, p I 1 I ' 0 o 1
Kemmer 1 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 34 4 10 27 17 "g
, Batted for Shannon In the ninth.
Omaha 110011000 S
Kansas City 00001000 14
Earned runa: Kansaa City, 4; Omaha, 1.
Two-ban t hlta: Olbaon, Waldron, Stewart
Home run: Olbaon. Sacrifice hits: Carter,
Stewart Stolen basee: Carter, Hlckey,
Oenins (2), Stone. Double playa: Messitt
to Robinson, Hlckey to Stewart to Thomas.
First base on balls: Off Gibson, 3; oft A no
way, 1; off Owen, 1 Struck out: By Gib
son, 3; by Owen, 3. Innings pitched: By
AJloway, t; by Owen. 4. Hits: Oft Alloway,
m, ui unn, . iimi; i:ou. umpire: Aioran.
; Batata Wis Aaotkor.
ST. JOSEPH, Aug. 11 St. Joseph won
the second game of the series today In tho
eighth Inning, two men scoring on Garvin's
ingle. Attendance. 1,400. Score:
R H 12
St Joseph 10010001 4 11 i
Xes Moines.... 000010000241
) Batteries: St' Joseph, Feeney and Han
sen; Des Moines, Chlnn and Roth, Um
pire: Abbott
. Mllwaakee Beats Dearer.
; MILWAUKEE, Aug. 18. Milwaukee de
I feated Denver today by heavy batting. At
f tendance, 1,600. Score:
RHE
Milwaukee ... 10001114 11 16 3
Denver 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 i 3
! Batteries: Milwaukee, McPherson and
I Lucia; Denver, Mosklman and McConnelL
Peerla Wlaa Oaea More.
PEORIA. Aug. Is. Schaftshall waa In
vincible today and let Colorado Springs
down with three hits. The game was one
of the prettiest ever played on the home
grounds. Attendance, 660. Score:
R H E
Peoria 0 0110000 170
Colo. Springs 000000010181
Batteriea: Peoria, Schaftshall and Wil
son; Colorado Springs, Foreman and Baer
wald. taadlasr of tko Teams.
Played. Won. Lost
Omaha 90 61 38
Kansas City 101 67 44
Milwaukee 04 84 41
PC.
.616
.64
.663
.M0
.639
Denver 100 64 44
St Joseph W3 V 47
Colorado Springs.... M 47 61
Des Moines. 88 87 61
Peoria 84 27 67
Uames today: Omaha at Kansas
Des Moines at St Joseph, Denver at
waukee, Colorado Springs at Peoria.
.4S0
.377
.S7
City,
Mil-
ttsckass Rosslai York.
TORK. Neb.. Aug. 18. (Special Tele
Tarn.) The Union Block yards Juniors de-
tested the York O. A. H. team today for
;the second time in a ragged and one-atded
game. The Juniors were badly crippled,
I but won easily. Caugh6y threw hla arm
out In the fifth and was relieved by Adams,
'who had York guessing, striking out eleven
i men In Ave innings. The feature of the
lima was the caUhlns? of Master Rav Ber-
,cr, a lad of 14 year a. Considerably money
coanicu nanus on me game. Dcore;
R H E.
union 0 0 0 1 1 4 1 1-16 8 4
Xork 0 10104100 78 11
i Batteriea: Juniors. Caushey. Adama and
'Miller Ynrk Hrhnar Urna-n M..h. m nA
wllbert. Karned runs: York. 6. Two-base
'Jilts: uilbert on Brown. Passed ball: Oil.
bert. Wild pitch: Brown. Basra on balls:
I Off Catiprhey, 1: off Adama, 1: off Meeham,
1: off brown, 6. Hit by pitched ball: By
i Meehan, 1. Struck out: By Caughey, 4;
to the retention in the system of Uric Acid or other inflammatory poisons
rhich find their -way into the blood, and are forced by the circulation through
the glands and pores of the skin, causing it to burn like fire, and the
Incessant itching allows no rest night or day. Eczema appears in a
great many different forms, beginning frequently as a mere redness of the
kin, followed by little blisters, pustules or pimples, from which a clear or
e A M aea e straw colored matter oozes, forming into
jJ4Lm f lk J EjrJ7 8ores Kalel or acabs; this weeping
Eczema, commonly called Salt Rheum.
These acid poisons sometimes dry up the natural oils and the skin becomes
hard and dry, often cracking and bleeding and causing intense pain and fear-
ii 1 1 1 i fu itching. This form of Eczema is known as Tetter,
pr f fj ni oftenest attacks the hands and feet. Unsightly
eruptions in the shape of pimples and blackheads break
out upon the face, neckband shoulders as a result of polluted blood, and
this humiliating, stubborn disease is called Acne. Local remedies afford
i ats m ss- but cant relief- Th blootl Q(1 ystem arc saturated with
3 J iasti thc Pison. and tIie disease cannot be reached with washes,
salves, powders or any local application to the affected parts.
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w. w. vj. inuiica iuo ucici iui aicu LUCKXl 40 119 normal
tondition, stimulates the sluggish organs, and all the
waste matter is eliminated through the proper
channels. S. S. S. makes the blood rich and strong,
and under its tonic and iuviuiUuif effects the fcscral
health improves, the congested glands and pores are opened, and the skin
becomes soft and smooth again. S. S. S. is guaranteed purely vegetable.
Write us if you need medical advice; this will cott you nothing. Illus
trated book oa skm diseases sent free. THE 6W1FT 6PEC1FIQ CO., AUasta, fits
by Adams. 11; by Brown, 1; by Meehan, t.
Left on bases: Juniors, 11; York, 7. Double
play: Miller to Hachten. Time: 1:10. Um
pire: Bchnerlnger of Bradshaw.
GAMES IN "NATIONAL LEAGUE
Brooklyn Decisively Beatea fcy St.
Leels la tko Opening Gaaso
of Series.
ST. LOUIS, Aug. IS. Brooklyn was de
cisively beaten by St. Louis In the opening
fame of the series today. Ten men faced
lughes In the sixth Inning and five scored.
The team will play off a postponed game
Monday. Attendance, 6,000. Score:
i.r. LOt'IS. I BROOKLYN.
It.H.t.A.B R H.O.A.B.
nraetiear. lb. 1 1 It 4 Kaeler, rf.... 1 I I 0
Smoot. cf ... It S polan, of.... SIS
Barrlar. If... t Its 1 Dahlea. as... 1141
Pnnoraa, rf. t 4 t Mri'mrf, If. 1 1 t
rarrell, lb... 1 t t 4 S.rarrell, lb... 1 11 1 t
Kruger. sa... I t 1 I 1FIMMI. lb.... 1 t
Hart man, lb. 1 S I I 0 Huhes. p... 1 1 1 t 1
J. O'Nell. e. 1 1 I 1 OiWhaeler. lb. S t I 1
M. O Nail, . t 1 1 S Ahaare, 4 1111
Totals ...IS If nil tl Totals ...4 14 If 4
St. Louis 0 110 0 8 0 1 10
Brooklyn 0 I 1 0 0 0 1 0 04
Earned runs: St. Louis, 4; Brooklyn, 1.
Two-base hit: Hughes. Three-base hit:
J. O'Nell. Sacrifice hits: Hartman, Smoot.
Passed balls: J. O'Nell. Stolen basee:
Barclay (3), J. Farrelt, McCreery. Hit by
pitcher: By O'Nell, 1. Baees on balls:
Oft Hughe, 1. Struck out: By Hughes,
1. I-eft on bases: St. Louis, 7; Brooklyn,
7. Time: 1:16. Umpire: Brown.
New York Beats Chicago.
CHICAGO. Aug. 18 After striking out
the first four men. Lundgren weakened and
allowed the visitors to bunch hits and win
the game. Taylor grew stronger as the
game progreesed and, excepting In the
seventh Inning, had the locals at his merry.
Brodle's home run was the feature. At
tendance, 8,100. Score:
NEW YORK.
CHIOAOO.
R.HJf.A.K.
B. H.O.A.B.
Brown. K.... I
Uensfse, rf.. 1
Breen'h'n. SS I
MrOana, lb..
Prodis, ef... 1
Bowarman. e 1
Lauder, lb... 4
Smith, lb.... 4
Matth'a'a, rf 4
Taylor, p.... 1
PlMl. If.... 1
rhanca, lb.. 1
1 11
nobhs. ef.... s
Tlnkoe, as... 4
Low., lb 4
Kilns, e 4
Shaafer, tb. .. 4
1 4
4 4
Lundgren, p. 4
Totals ...4 14 IT 11 l Totals ... t 14 11 1 1
New Tork 00021010 18
Chicago 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 08
Left on bases: Chicago, 8; New Tork, I.
Two-base hit: Lowe. Three-base hit: Bres
nahan. Home run: Brodie. Sacrifice hits:
Blagle, Lander, Breenahan, Double play:
Kllng to Lowe. Struck out: By Lundgren,
6; by Taylor, 5. First base on balls: Oft
Lundgren, 1; off Taylor, 4. Time: 1:66.
Umpire: Cantlllon.
Plttsbergr Wlaa Two.
PITTSBURG. Aug. 18. Pittsburg won
both games by all around better playing
than Philadelphia put up. Both games
abounded in brilliant fielding. Leach's steal
home from third, while Iberg was pitching
one of his slow curves set the fans wlld.
Attendance, 7,200. Scores:
riTTSBUBO.
R. H.O.A.B
PHILADELPHIA.
R. H.O.A.B.
Beaumont of. 4 1 4 4 4
Laaoh. lb.... 114 3
Thomas, at.. 1
114 4
3 114
WolT-t'n. lb. 4
Wagner, If... 4 4 1
Riunar, lb., lit
Conroy, as. .. 1 4 I
Burks, rf.... 8 1 4
O'Connor, lb. 1 t 11
Zlramar, ... 4 3 t
Cheabro, p... 4 1 I
Barry, rf.... 4 S S
Km, If 4
Hullawltt as 4
4 4 14
till
114S
13 4 4
Jennings, lb. 1
Doom, e s
Chllils. tb,
1114
Prater, p,
Whits ...
.41814
Totals
4 11 17 IT 4
ToUls ... 3 1 84 1 1
Batted for Fraser In tho ninth.
Pittsburg 08001000 4
Philadelphia 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 11
Earned runs: Pittsburg, 2. Two-base
hits: Rltchey, Burke, Wolverton, Jennings.
Double plays: Zlmmer to Rltchey, Wolver
ton to Chllds to Jennings. First base on
balls: Off Fraser. 8. . Hit by pitched ball:
Jennings. Struck out: By Chesbro, 2; by
l't oi , Z. V'l'.i ptich: F?""ee- Passed
ball; Dooln. Time: 1:85. Umpire: O'Day.
PITTSBURG.
PHILADELPHIA.
R. H.O.A.B.
Thomas, ef.. 4 4 4 4
WolT't'a. lb. 4 1 1 4 4
Barry, rf.... 4 114 4
Krug. If 1114 4
Hullawltt, as 1 1 I 4
Jennings, lb. 4 4 11 4 4
Douglas, ... 4 4 4 1 1
Chllds, tb... 4 0 114
Ibsrg. p 4 4 4 1 4
H.H.O.A.l
Beaumont, ef 1
Laach, lb.... 1
Wagnor, If... 1
Rltchay, lb.. 1
Conrojr. as... 1
Burks, rf.... 4
8
I
1
O'Connor, lb. 4 1 t
smith, 4 4 4
lmtst, p.... 114
Totala ... f rf t i Totals ... 1 4 14 It 1
Pittsburg 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 8 8
Philadelphia 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 01
' Earned runa: Pittsburg, L Two-base hit:
Burke. Three-base hits; Leach, Conroy,
Leever. Sacrifice hlta: Leach. Jennings.
Stolen bases: Beaumont. Leaeh. Wasrner.
Conroy, Burke. Double play: Smith to
Conroy. First base on balls: Oft Leever,
1; off Iberg, 8. Struck out: By Leever, 4;
by Iberg, 1. Passed ball: Douglas. Time:
1:40. Umpire: O'Day.
Great Crowd at Clnelaaatl Game.
CINCINNATI, Aug. 18. Twenty thou
sand people saw Cincinnati lose to Boston.
Today marked the stepping out of John T.
Brush from local base ball circles and the
coming In of the new local owners of the
Cincinnati club. No sucn enthusiasm nas
been seen on a local ball park for years.
Msny floral tributes of esteem were re
ceived by the new management. There
waa a big parade today before the game
and another one tonight. Everything broke
lucsy lor Boston. Mann outpitcned Plt
tlr.ger, but the three hits In the first In
ning were enough to win. He struck out
eight men, but could not land a victory.
It was the first time that either Kelly
or Seymour had been seen here in a red
uniform and both were given a great
ovation. Score;
BOSTON.
R.rLO.A.B.
CINCINNATI.
R.H.O.A.
Doater, ss..
Tennoy, lb.
Cooler, if..
Corner, rf . .
Damoat, lb.
Luah. of....
111
1 1 II
Kslly. U 1
Becklsr. lb.. 4
1 I 3
4 14
3 3 4
4 11
4 4 1
111
4 4 1
Crawford, rf. 4
Hermour, of, 4
Plots, tb 4
Corcoran, as. 4
8tslnf'dt. lb. 4
4 4 1
4 14
4 4 1
Oram'g-r. to. 4 1 1
Moras, a 4 4 1
rittlngor, p.. 4 4 4
liergon, .... s IS 1
Habn. p 4 114
TotajS ... 1 8 IT II 1' Touts ... 1 4 IT 14 1
Boston 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 01
Cincinnati i o o o o 0 0 0 01
Two-base hit; Kelly. Three-base hit
Kelly. Stolen bases: Dexter. Double
piays: feits to Corcoran to Beckley; Car.
ney to Tenney. First base on balls: By
naun, a, oy nmnger, . BirucK out:
By Hahn, 8; by Plttlnger, 8. Time: 1:23
Umpire: Irwin.
Staadlagr of tko Teams.
Won. Lost P.O.
71 23 .758
65 46 .560
62 44 .542
48 44 .627
44 61 .463
45 63 .459
88 60 ,3h8
83 64 .833
Pittsburg 94
Brooklyn 100
I'Mcaajo 84
Boston
Cincinnati
St. Louis
Philadelphia ..
New York
see 96
!!! 8
... 84
Games today: Brooklyn at St Louis.
New York at Chicago.
IN AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
Colaatkaa Wlaa from Hllwaskee la
aa Elevea-Iaalasr
Contest.
COLUMBUS, Aug. 16.-Columbus won
from Milwaukee In eleven Innings te-Tay
by hard hitting, which more than offset
their ragged Melding. The locals earned
all of their five runs, while the visitors'
Is not a. simple rash or
eruption, neither is it pro
duced by animal or vege
table narasitp.o. but is Hum
four tallies were the result of errors. Mc
Mackin was wild and Bailey relieved him
In the fourth. Attendance, 1.441. Score:
COLUMBUS. I MILWAtKKK.
R. H.O.A.B. I R. H.O.A.B.
Hart, tb 4 111 I'Pnnamn. lb.. 4 I T 4 4
Henitrtoks, rf 4
4 14 liMrBrlna, of., f
8 4 4 SIRrhelheck, lb 4
114 Hallman, rf. 4
1 14 4 Cllngman, ss 4
3 4 1 S.Runkle. lb... I
18 4 Altrork. II.- 1
114 I Ponnhua, a.. I
1 4 3 4McMsrkln. S. 1
Hfrarrs, sc. 1
Turner,
.. 1
Mrers, lb.
Knoll, If..
.. 4
.. 4
.. 1
.. 1
Hoaka, ss.
Fos. s....
MrMaekiB.
Bailor, P.
1
eeii ii
1 Tmiii a lffn s
Totals ... 8 II tt 14 4
One out when winning run was made.
Columbus 0 080010000 18
Milwaukee 0 011100000 04
' Stolen bases: McBrlde, MrMarkln, Run
kle (2). Two-base hits: McFnrlanrt, (2),
Turner. Fox. Hallman. Sacrifice hits: Hart,
McBrlde McMackln. Double play. Hall
man to Cltngmsn. Struck out: By Bailey,
2; by McMackln, 1. Bases on bslls: By
Falley. 2; by McMackln, L Hit by pitcher:
By Bailey, L Time: 2:14. Umpire: Flgge
meler. Evea Break at Indianapolis.
INDIANAPOLI8. Aug. 18 Klllen's pitch
ing beat St. Paul In the first gsmo. The
second game resulted In a pitchers' battle
between Kellum and Cheth, which St.
Paul won In the tenth. Attendance, 3,840.
Scores:
INDIANAPOLIS.
ST. PAUL.
R. H.O.A.B. I
ft. H.O.A.B
HogrtoTor, rf t
1 1
1 4
4 0 Oeler, tb.... 4
0 0 Shannon, ef. 9
Fat, lb.
via
1 1
Coulter, of..
Klhra, If....
O'Brien, ss.
Orlm. lb....,
Kuhns. lb..
Heydoa, s...
KlllSD. p...,
Totals
0 Similard, It... 4
4 9 Dougherty, rf 1
9 9 Hugglna, lb. 9
1 9 Kallr. If 9
t tlrierce, a 9
9 SjMarcan, ss... 9
1 9 Rtlmmol, p.. 9
1 1
t 1
4 1
1 19
1 T
I t
4 4
4 4
1 10
'Chech 9
9 9 17 IT 91
I Totals ... 1 I 14 14 1
Check batted for Stimmel In ninth.
Indianapolis 0 0 0 0 5 0 8 0 8
St. Paul 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-1
Bases on balls: Oft KUlen, 2; off Stim
mel, 2. Struck out: By Killen, 1; by Stim
mel, 8. Two-base hits: Coulter, Dougherty,
Dlllard. 8acrlllce hits: Coulter, Grim,
Pierce. Stolen base: O'Brien. Left on
bases: Indianapolis, 6; St' Psul, 8. Time:
2:12. Umpire: Ramsey.
8T. PAUL.
R.H.O.A
INDIANAPOLIS.
R. H.O.A.B.
HogTlerer, rf 4 I I 9 9
Oeler, tb.... 4 4 11
Shannon, cf.. 1
Dlllsrd. If... 4
Doughaty, rf 4
Huggtns, tb. 9
Keiir. lb.... 9
Hurler, 9
Marfan, ss... 1
Chech, p 8
Foz. lb 9
Coulter, ef... 9
Kinm. u
O'Brien, as.. 1
nrlm. lb 9
3 It
1 IT
Kuhns, lb... 1
Matthews, s. 9
Kellum, p... 9
Killen 9
Totals ... 4 T M If I
Totals ... 1 I 10 IT I
Killen batted for Matthews In tenth.
St. Paul 0 0010001024
Indianapolis ......0 10010000 0-3
Bases on balls: Oft Kellum, 1; off Chech,
1. Struck out: By Kellum, 6; by Chech, 3.
Sacrifice hits: Matthews, Marcan. Double
plays: Matthews to O'Brien, Dougherty to
Hurley. Stolen bases: O'Brien, Muggins,
Kelly, Marcan. Left on bases; St. Paul,
6: Indianapolis, 8. Time: 1:60. Umpire:
Ramsey.
Kansas City Beata Toledo.
TOLEDO, Aug. 18. Kansas City had no
trouble In batting out a victory today. At
tendance, 600. Score:
KANSAS CITT: , TOLEDO.
R. H.O.A.B. R. H.O.A.B.
Rothfuss, rt. 4 1 9 4 0 Meany, rf.... I 1 4 4 0
Berllls, 1 1 4 I
Nance, cf.... 114 9
I tjurna, ID.... sill
0 Turner, lb... 119 19
Thiol, lb.... 1 1 1 1 0
Loews, as.... 1114 1
Oannon, lb.. 3 4 11 t 1
B. Smith, If. 1 3 8 4 1
McAnd's. tb. t 8 4 4 4
Dear, p 18 114
Kleluow, ss.. 1 I 9 4 1
Graffiua, o... 9 14 14
Coggawell. If 9 1 t 0 9
Ollka. cf 11119
Bmlth, lb.... 14 119
Hughsy, p... s 9 9 9 9
Totals ...IT II IT II 41 Totals ...19 14 14 10 1
Kansas City 0 0 8 0 0 5 8 3 -17
Toledo 2 0 1 0 0 2 2 8 0-10
Two-base bits: Klelnow, Smith, Leewe,
Sacrifice hit: Burns. Stolen bases: Klel
now, Meaney, Nance, Gannon (2), Gear.
Double play: Gllks to Turner. Struck out:
Ey H'-isfhey. : h Gear. 2. Bases on balls:
Oft Hughey, 6: off Gear, 3. Hit by rltcnert
ball: By Hughey, 1. Time: 1:60. Umpire:
Tlndall.
Loalavllle Wlaa Two.
LOUISVILLE, Aug. 18. Louisville took
two easy games from Minneapolis today.
Crlbblns and Martin were hit hard. At
tendance, 6,421. Score:
LOUIBVILLB. I MINNEAPOLIS.
R. H.O.A.B. I R. H.O.A.B.
Kerwln, rt.
Bonner, tb.
8 18 1 1 Lynch, ef.... 1 4 9 9 9
Uulllln, ss... 1
Lallr. It I
Wilmot. rf... 9
Yeager, e.... 9
Warden, lb.. 9
Oanael, lb... 1
Plournor, If. 9
firmer, as. .. 1
Odwall, ef... 1
Schsub, lb... 9
Bplee, e 9
riahsrty, p.. 1
1 II
9 10
Grant, lb.... 1
Cooler, lb... 9
crlbblns, p.. 9
ToUls ... 8 11 XT 14 l ToUls ... f I 14 14 I
Louisville .l 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 8
Minneapolis 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 1 16
Left on bases: Louisville, 8; Minneapolis,
6. Two-base hit: Crlbblns. Three-base
hits: Bonner, Gansel, Qullllu, Lally. Sacri
fice hits: Gantel, Kerwln. Double plays:
Grant to Werden, Kerwln to Scaub to
Clymer. Stolen bases: Bonner, C'lymer,
Grant. Struck out: By Crlbblns, 2; by
Flaherty, 1. Hit by pitcher: Kerwln.
Bases on balls: Off Crlbblns, 1; off Fla
herty, L Time: 1:30. Umpire: Haskell.
LOUISVILLE. MINNEAPOLIS.
R. H.O.A.B
R. H.O.A.B.
Kerwln.
rt... 14 14 0
Lrnch. ef....
9 9 9 0 9
Bonner, tb... 4
Oanael. lb... 1
riournoy. It. 1
Clymer, ss... 1
Odwall, cf... 1
Schaub, tb... 1
Schiirar, e.H I
Dunkle, p.... 4
Tllforo, ss... 4
Uulllln. ss..,
Liir. If
Wilmot, rt.,
Brers, o
Wereen. lb..
9 14
Orsnt, tb....
cooler, lb..,
Martin, p...,
Totals
1 9 14 11 I
ToUls ...11 If IT 11
Louisville 8 1 1 8 I 1 8 IS
Minneapolis ........0 00003000
Left on baaea: Louisville, 8; Minneapolis,
7. Two-base hits: Schrlever, Wilmot, Cly
mer, Bonner. Three-base hits: Kerwln (2),
Bonner, Bchaub. Sacrifice hits: Dunkle
(2). Stolen bases: Clymer (3), Odwell,
Kerwln, Flournoy. Struck out: By Dun
kle. 2. Hit by pitcher: Odwell, Schrlever,
Clymer, Cooley. Bases on balls: Oft Dun
kle, l: oft Martin 3. Wild pitch: Dunkle.
Passed ball: BdTiiever. Time: 1:40. Um
pire: Haskell.
StaadlasT of tko Teams.
Flayed. Won. Lost P.O.
Louisville 103 69 84 .670
Indianapolis I06 67 38 .6.19
St. Paul 106 80 45 .571
Kanaas City 1)3 81 hi ,4!3
Columbus 108 . 48 (7 .17
Milwaukee 101 -48 66 .168
Minneapolis 103 40 63 .393
Toledo luS S3 73 . 311
Oames today: Milwaukee st Columbus,
St. Paul at Indianapolis, Minneapolis at
Louisville, Kansas City at Toledo.
AMERICAN LEAGUE GAMES
Fast rieldlaa- tr Boatoa Wtas tko
Gaaso frosa Detroit, Hlta
Belagr Eoaal.
BOSTON, Aug. 18. Fast fielding by the
locals won the game from Detroit today.
Up to the eighth Inning Mercer was very
steady, allowing but live hits. Attendance,
3,71s. Score:
BOS TOM. I DETROIT.
R.H.O.A. E.I R.H.O.A.
Oleeaon. If.. 1 1 4 4 4 Harler. If... 4 14 4 4
tuihl. ef 1 1 4 4 4 Elbarlela, ss 4 1 4 4 4
Collins, tb... 114 1 4 Cwr, b.... 4 4 114
rreaiua, ri. 1 4 1 4 4 Barrett, cf... 9 19 9 9
Parent, ss... 1119 9 Holmes, rf... 9 9 19 9
Lal'h'ce. lb.. 9 1 II 9 9 Deck, lb 1 1 11 1
Ferris, tb.... 9 t 1 I 9 W. ol's'a, lb 9 t 4 I 1
Warner, a.... 4 4 f 1 4 McOuIrs, s... 4 I 1 4 4
Dluoea. .... 4 4 4 3 9 Mercer, p.... 4 4 4 4 4
Leplns 4 9 9 9 9
ToUls ... T 19 IT 14 4j
Total ... 1 19 14 14 1
Batted for Mercer in ninth.
Boston 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 T
Detroit 0 8010000 0-1
Earned runs: Boston, 4; Detroit, 1. Two
base hits: Ferris (2), Collins, H. Oleason,
Burrett, McOulre. Double plays: Warner
to Collins m, Parept to LaChance, Elber
feld to Beck. Bases on balls: Oft Dlneen,
4; off Mercer, 3. Struck out: By Dlneen,
4: by Mercer, I Wild pitch: Dlneen. Time:
1:35. Umpire: O'Laughlln.
St. Loaie Beats Baltimore.
BALTIMORE, Aug. 14. -The St. Louis
American League club had an easy time
wim oaitimore toaay in a game cnarsc-
terlsed nrlnclDally bv Ion
g hi
lis. Attend-
anca, a,uo. score;
ST. LOUIS.
BALTIMORE.
s.h.o.a a
K H.O A E.
Burkett If... 114
HalarlcH. ef. 1 1 4
Hempblll, rt. I I 1
Anaareoa. Ill I I
Wallace, as.. Ill
McTor-k. lb. 1 t 1
Faadee, tb... 4 9 1
Kaboo, a Ill
9 9MrarT4. ef. 1 1 9 9 1
1 9 Sol back. If... t I 4 4 1
1 4 WllilaDia, tb. 1 I 1 4 1
4 Hoe. II, lb... 4 1114
1 Arnoi, rf.... 4 14 4 1
4 9 Gilbert, as.,. 114 14
t 1 Robloaoa. 9. 4 1 1 4 1
9 Wlltee. lb... 9 9 4 4 s
rowelL
.4 4 4 4 9 Shields, .
nan, ...
4 4 4 1 k
laaia ...is as si s II .
TotU ... f Iff II T
St. Louis t 1 I 3 4 ft 3 0-11
Baltimore 1 081 18300 3
Sacrifice hits: McCormtck, Padden. Two.
bsje hits: Arwieraon. Wallace. Koblnson.
Kahoe. Three-base hits: Gilbert Wil
liams, Howell. Home runa: SVlbarh,
HemphllL Stolen bases: Hemphill (2. Gil
bert. Double play: Williams to Gilbert to
W tltse. First base on balls: Off Powell, 8;
oft Shields. 3. tiiruck out: By Shields, 1;
by Powell, t Lett ea bases: St. Louis, t;
Baltimore, 1 Wild r'tch: Powell. Time:
1:56. Umpire: Connolly.
Wade-ell Wlaa Game.
PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 11-The largest
rrowd of the season today saw the home
club defeat Chicago. It was a close con
test. In which Waddell and OrlfTHh battled
for supremacy, the local pitcher winning by
the narrow margin of one run. Attend
ance, 1S.765. Score:
PHILADELPHIA. I CHICAGO.
R H. O.A.I. I R.H.O.A. K.
Hartaat. If... 4 9 1 9 9 Jones, ef 9 119 9
rulti. rf 9 1 9 9 9 Oreen, rf....9 4 19 9
H. Darls, lb. 9 1 1 1 e O. Daels, ss. 9 1 4 t 9
L. Cms, lb. II I I 4 Vertea, If.... 4 9 9 9 9
S.TNild, rt.. 1 1 1 9 9 Strang, lb... 9 118 9
Murphy, tb..l 1 8 8 9 Pelf, lb 9 lift
M, Ones, ss. 9 9 1 t 9 lahell, lb.... 9 9 9 1 9
P'nrerk. s... 9 I II 1 4 Sum ran, a... 9 9 119
Waddell, ... 9 9 11 I Griffith, p.... 119 4 4
Totals ... t 14 17 11 ll ToUls ... 1 4 14 IT
Philadelphia 8 0030000 1
Chicago 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 01
Earned runs: Philadelphia, 1; Chlrago, 1.
Two-base hits: H." Davis, Reybold, Schreck.
Sacrifice hit: M. Cross. Stolen bases: o.
Davis, Strang. Left on bases: Philadel
phia, 8; Chicago, 8. First base on balls: Off
art !th, 1; oft Waddell. 1. Hit by pitched
ball Green, Murphy. Struck out: By
Grlflhh. 1: by Waddell, 11. Time: 1:6L
Umpire: Sheridan.
Clevelaad Wlaa la Teatk.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 18. Moore's clever
pitching and the fielding of the Cleveland
team were strong features to . today's
game. The visitor scored the deciding
run on Bradley's triple and Hickman's
single In tho tenth Inning. Attendance,
3,144. Score:
CLEVELAND, I WASHINGTON.
R.H.O.g.K. R. H.O.A.B.
Bit. ef 4 18 4 l'jtyan. of 1114 4
Bradley, tb.. 1 1 4 4 4 Poyle, lb.... 9 9 9 9 9
Lajole. lb.... 9 9 11 9 Deleh'tr. If.. 9 14 4 1
Hlrkman, lb. 1 111 1 9Keiater, tb.. 9 9 119
Pllrk. rf 1 1 9 9lCoughlln, lb. 9 8 1 3 9
McCarthy, If, 9 I t 9 ("Lee, rf 9 9 4 4 9
Oorhn'er, ss. 9 1 I 9 9, Ely, ss 9 9 9 9 1
Hem I a, e 9 9 1 t Siriarke, o.... 9 1119
Moore, p 9 9 9 1 ITsrrlrk, p.... 1119 9
Drlll 9 I 9 9 9
ToUls ...4 14 19 14 l '
ToUls ... t T 99 U 1
Batted for Carrlck In tenth Inning.
Cleveland ....0 t 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-4
Washington 0 00100010 08
Earned runs: Washington, t; Cleveland,
S. Two-base hits: Bradley, Byan. Three
base hits: Bradley, McCnrthy. Home run;
Byan. Stolen bases: Oochnauer (2), Hick
man. Sacrifice hlta: Bradley, Lee. Struck
out: By Carrlck, 8; Moore. 8. Left on
bases: Washington, 4: Cleveland, . Timo:
3 hours. Umpires: Johnstone and Car
ruthers. Standing; of tko Teams.
ived. Won. Lost P.C.
93 S3 40 .670
94 83 41 .JK4
99 88 44 .&6
95 E3 43 .647
99 48 81 .4SS
98 45 63 .469
97 40 67 .413
95 89 68 .411
Philadelphia ...
St. Louis
Boston
Chicago
Cleveland
Washington ....
Baltimore
Detroit
No games scheduled for today.
FIELD B0YSWIN AND LOSE
First Team Beata Paper Mea aad Sec-
oat Loses to Haaseosa
Park,
Omaha Field club base ball teams won
and lost Saturday. The first team defeated
the Carpenter Paper company by beating
the very works out of Smith and Owen.
Hoagland and Martin batted like real old
leaguers and the error column of the Field
club shows no black mark. Malone retired
the last man In the ninth Inning by catch
ing Frank's hot liner in his one hand by a
backward sideways jump, Martin was in
fine fettle, having perfect control and keep
ing the paper boys under his will at all
times.
The second team went under to the
Hanscom Parks, 10 to 8. Kennard was
knocked out of the box in tho fourth In
ning. The scores:
First game:
jia,Lj CLUB.
AB. R. H.SB.SH. O. A. El.
Hoagland, cf 6 2 4 1 0 3 0 0
Malone, ss 8 8 1 0 0 1 1 0
Reed, lb 4 1 0 1 1 14 1 0
Knox, 2b 6 4 1 1 0 8 1 0
McShane, rf 8 1 1 1 0 0 0 0
Taylor, c 8 0 1 2 0 5 2 0
Mevuie, id e l I i u u i v
Martin. D
.. i i . u v , s v
Tippery, If.....
Lund
...6 3 110 10 0
...1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 60 IS 17 10 1 27 17 0
CARPENTERS.
AB. R. H.8B.8H. O. A. E.
Owens, p-2b 4 1 2 0 0 1 3 1
Davis, cf-2b 4 1 2 0 0 6 0 -0
Luplnsky, ss 4 0 1 0 0 1 0 0
Hoffman. 8b 4 11 2 0 1 1.1
Wilcox, rf 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
Bmlth, p-cf 4 0 0 0 0 0 6 1
SetterquiRt, o 4 0 1 0 0 8 0 0
Kotysa, lb 4 0 1 0 0 10 1 3
Frank, If 4 0 0 0 0 8 1 0
Totals 38 "l 10 "l "3 37 "5
Batted for McShane In ninth.
Field club 4 0 8 3 0 0 8 1 0-16
Carpenters .0 010010003
Two-base hits: Martin. Knox. Hoffman,
Luplnsky. Three-base hit: Neville. Struck
out: By Martin, 4; by Smith, 8. Bases on
balls: Off Smith, 3. Umpire: Nash.
Second game:
HANSCOM PARKS.
AB. R. H.8B SH. O. A. E.
R. Foran, 2b 6 1 3 0 0 6 1 1
Gilchrist, lb 5 0 1 1 0 7 1 1
Bowes, c 3 0 1 0 0 8 1 0
H. Foran, 8b 4 1 0 0 0 1 I 0
Leary, cf 1 10 10 110
Rogers, ss 3 10 10 0 11
Frank. If 8 1 1 1 0 0 0 0
Bobbins, rf 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
Rltchey, p 3 1110 0 10
Totals 32 10 t 0 24 1
FIELD CLUB.
AB. R. H.SB.SH. O. A. E.
McShane. c-p 4 0 1 0 0 4 4 1
Neville, 3b 3 0 0 0 0 1 4 0
Reed, lb 1 1 0 0 0 15 0 0
Lund. If 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
Martin, cf-c ,....! 0 1 0 0 0 1 0
Durkee, rf 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Tippery, ss 4 0 3 0 0 111
Sprague, 2b 4 0 0 0 0 1 1 1
Kennard, cf-p ...4 1 1 0 0 0 1 0
ToUls SI "l "i "o 24 17 1
Hanscom Parks 0 0 0 8 0 0 0 410
Field club 0 01001103
Two-base hit: McShane. Three-base hit:
R. Foran. Double plays: Hanscom Parks,
2; Field club, 1. Struck out: By Kennard,
2; by Rltchey, 6. Bases on balls: Off Ken
nard, 4; oft McShane, 1; off Rltchey, 4. Hit
by ball: Leary, Neville. Wild pitch: Mc
Shane. Win a Game aad a Half.
The Toung Men'a Christian association
base ball team defeated the Columbia yes
terday In a game and a half. The Chris
tians modestly report thst the features of
the games were their own lnfieldlng, the
pitching of Whitehead and the catching of
Halls, both of their team. Stem, Campbell
and Bartel did the battery work for the
Columtlas. Score, first game;
R H E
T. M, C. A.... 110808880-711 4
Columblas .... 000000030146
Becond game: R.H.E.
T. M. C. A 1111 8-11 8 4
Columbia 1 0 0 T 0-8 4 8
Defeat for Freight Haadlers. '
The Dundee team defeated the Union Pa
cific Freight Auditors' club In a close and
interesting game yesterday afternoon. The
winning run was made In the ninth Inning,
with one man out. The feature of the
game was Bartlett's pitching, sixteen
strlke-outs being to his credit. Score:
Dundee 1 0 3 0 1 0 1 0 17
Union Pacific 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0-8
Batteries: Dundee, Bartlett and Benson;
Union Pacific, Milestone and Matson. Um
pire; Banks.
Batata Laid Low by Gravers.
NEWMAN GROVE, Neb., Aug. 16.(8ie
clal.) An Interesting game of base ball
was played here today by the Newman
Grove and St. Edward teams. The locals
won by the following score:
Newman Grove.... 10101010 6
St. Edward 0110180004
Batteries: Newman Grove. Nestlebush
and Hall: St. Edward, Visard and Boyd.
Umpire: Dr. F. L. Frlnk.
a
Blagging ea Botk Bides.
At Twenty-seventh and Cass streets
Saturday the Tremaln Moore and H. G.
Strelght company ball team defeated the
Snyder. 23 to 17. Tho contest was a slug
ging match. Features were the home runs
of Henry Howes and Benson. Score:
Strelghts 5 4 1 3 1 4 3 3 -23
Snyders 0 1 3 6 8 3 3 2 1-17
Batteries: Strelghts, Lynch and Henry;
Snyders, Trimble and Rlels.
Mladea Defeated at ralrkary.
FAIRBURT, . Neb., Aug. 18. Special )
Today's game between the Mlnden and
Falrbury club resulted as follows:
SHE.
Falrbury 3 6 6
Minden 1 8 6
Batteries: Falrbury, Redmond and La
f ranee; Atlnden. Bliss ana Moort.
Ia Boatkora Association.
Memphis, 6; New Orleans, 1.
Chattanooga, 8-1; Nashville, 1-1.
Little Rock, li fihreveport, 8.
ASSEILA BEATS TIIE MOM
lactational Bacing Harks fllose of Moating
at Brighton Beach.
AMATEUR WAGON RECORD IS BROKEN
Lord Derby Beats Loalse Jefferson In
Ceatest tbat Is Exciting frosa
Word Go tntll They Cosno
Under tko Wire.
NEW TORK, Aug. 16. A big crowd wit
nessed tho last day'a races of the Grand
Circuit meeting at Brighton Beach today.
The card did not promise much, yet It
furnished a highly sensational race, and a
new world'a record, the amateur wagon rec
ord being broken twice, first by O. E. Bed
ford's Tork Boy, In 2:084, and a few rain
ntes later by E. E. Smathers' Lord Derby,
In 2:05 for his first heat and 2:064 for
his second heat, against Louise Jefferson.
Tho card opened with a novelty race tor
the 2:12 pacers, for which Carl Wilkes, sa
he had won a heat In a similar race on
the opening day of the meeting, was an even
money choice. Pauline G. bad the pole,
but quickly lost it to Ptnchem Wilkes, Carl
Wilkra was again the choice and this time
The Rosebud made a runaway race of It
with Pauline O. second. In the third heat,
Carl Wilkes, still the choice, rewarded his
supporters by winning.
In the 2:07 trot the money fairly poured
In at 100 to 75 on The Monk against the
field. In the first heat The Monk and An
sella went lapped all the way to the top
stretch, where the mare broke and The
Monk took a good lead. Ansella settled
and came very fast, but was beaten half a
length. Pools now sold 100 to 25 on Tho
Monk. The Monk led with Ansella second,
snd they got to the quarter In 0:314, whea
Klagmond went to second place. They got
to the halt In 1:084, The Monk came
down the stretch for all he was worth, but
Ansella, with an extra burst of speed, got
on even terms and was only defeated by
a neck. The third heat was most exciting
from start to finish. The Monk and Chain
ehot went neck-and-neck up the back
stretch, with Ansella lapped. Around the
top turn The Monk got In front and led
to the distance pole, where Ansella, In a
brilliant dash came tip and beat blm out
by a neck. The market was 60 to 18 on
Ansella in the next heat and she led all
the way around, but In the stretch Geers
tried one of hla old-time drives. The Monk
responded gamely and looked like a winner,
but went to a break and the mare won.
The last heat was a repetition of the fourth
heat, Ansella carrying off the prize.
Smash Amatenr Record.
' The wagon racers smashed the amateur
record twice and Lord Derby set a cham
pion mark which will likely stand for some
time. The record had previously been beaten
by Tork Boy In 2:084. In the latter event
fojfr started and Alice Barnes led to the
half, with York Boy close up. Here Mr.
Bedford sent Tork Boy to the front and
won In 2:12. In the seoond heat Tork Boy
and Alice went like a team to the stretch,
when Tork Boy let out a line and came In
five lengths to the good, In 2:084, a record
for the wagon. The triumph was short
lived, however, as in the next race be
tween Lord Derby and Louise Jefferson it
was cut to 2:064. Lord Derby was driven
by his owner, E. E. Smather, while the
mare was driven by her owner, C. K. G.
Billings.
As soon as the word waa given Lord
Derby went to the front and got the quar
ter In 0:32)4, which gave no promise of a
record-breaking performance, but the sec
ond quarter was faster, and he shot by tho
half In l:03Vs and came homo like a steam
engine In 2:054, which beat his own prof
feslonal record of 2:064. Lord Derby and
his owner were loudly cheered when they
returned to the Judges' stand.
Summary:
2:12 class, pacing, novelty race, purso
31 500:
Plnchcm Wilkes, b, g., by Ashland
Wllkes-Mlnnle Walker, by Harry .
Wilkes (Estes) lro
Rosebud, ch. m., by Alcemedla
(Nuckolls) 6 lro
Carl Wilkes, ch. g., by Wilkes Nut
wood (McDonald) 2 6 1
Pauline G, blk. m. (Snow) 8 2 2
St. Riga, b. g. (A. P. McDoland) 6 3 6
Suarterstake, b. g. (Nichols) 7 7 3
esner, ch. g. (Dlckerson) 8 4 4
Maggie Hubbard, b. m. (Grant) 4 6 6
Sylvlaone, gr. m. (Walker) 9dr
Wllkle Redbuck. ch. g. (McGulre) ds
Time: 2:01. 2M. 2:0a1.
2:07 class, trotting, purse 82,000:
Ansella, br. m., by Antrlra
Haselklrk, by Alwood (San
ders) 2 2 111
The Monk, b. g., by Chimes
(Geersl 1 18 2 2
Chalnshot, b. g. (L. McDonald).. 3 3 Sro
Mlgmond, b. g. (Dlckerson) 4 4 4 ro
Time: 2:0914. 2:074, 2:074. 2:08. 2:0S.
Wagon race, trotting, amateurs to drive:
York Boy, b. g., by Wilkes Boy (C. E.
Bedford) 1 1
Alice Barkes, b. m. (E. E. Smathers).. ..2 2
Mabel Onward, b. m. (Mr. Jones) 4 3
l)octor Bonk, br. g. (UUUngs) 3 4
Time: n:u. z:ua.
WaKon race, trottlns. prize silver cud:
Lord Derby, b. g., by Mambrlno King
(E. E. Smathers) 1 1
Louise Jefferson, b. m., by Jefferson (C.
K. O. Billings) 2 2
Time: First heat:32H. 1:034, 1:35. 2:05.
Second heat-0:32. 1:03'. 1:34,. 2:06,.
Wagon race, pacing, amateurs to drive:
Doctor Monlcal (Mr. Billings) 1 1
Jack. ch. g. (Mr. Gill) 2 2
Time: 2:16, 2:12.
Davenport Meeting; Closes.
DAVENPORT, la., Aug. 16.-The August
meeting of the Tri-Clty Mile Track asso
ciation closed today with four good races,
the feature being the 2:19 puce. In which
Gates Ajar, the winner, went the first
heat In 2:UtVi. Five heats were required to
decide the 2:25 trot, which was finally won
by Frugality, making the second race of
the week won by a horse which came here
in the 2 40 class snd took a mark of 2:lKH.
The other races were handily won In
straight heata. Results:
3:08 class, pacing, purse 8500: Game Cork
won In three straight heats. Time: 2:0U4,
2:us. 2:094. Nervolo, Personette, Salem,
Lockhart, Georpe Castle and Frank Bar
rett also startecf.
2:25 class, trotting, purse 1500: Frugality
won third, fourth and fifth treats. Time:
8:194. 2:18V4. 2:I94. Crystal L won first
heat In 2.17'i. Red . Roy won second heat
In 2:184. Sen Sen, Claymnnt, Jackie,
Bachelor Maid and Lady Donning also
started.
3:30 class, trotting, purse 8500; Kuxenlte
won In three straight heats. Time: 2:1Si4,
2 VA. 2:17V Gentle Lady. Billy K. Electric
W. Illne, High Trust and Billy Smith also
started.
2:19 class, paring, purse 8500: Gates Alar
won In three straight heata. Time: 2:09"4,
2:124. 2:laV4. Carl Wilkes. Capo, Hard Case,
Emma Lou, A 11 a Hawkins. Irene Denny,
Eaton and Isabel also started.
Last Day of Missouri Valley Races.
MISSOURI VALLEY, la., Aug. 16 (Spe
cial Telegram.) This was the last day of
the big four days' meet and the races were
fast, considering the muddy track. The
weather was threatening and consequently
the attendance was not as larg? as on the
former days. The horses will be shipped
from here to Danbury. Ia., where a three
days' meet will be held on August 27, 28
and 29. Summary of today's races:
First race, half-mile dash, for maidens,
purse 8100: Freckles won, B'lekwood sec
ond. The Covenanter third. Time: 0:55.
Becond race, three-quarters of a mile,
purse $100: Betty B. won, Gladys B. sec
ond. Tapestry third. Time: 1:19.
Third race, five-eighths of a mile, purse
875: Slim Jim won, Tamberine second,
Little Devil third. Time: 1:08.
Fourth rare, seven-eighths of a mil,
purse 875: Chubb won. Star Gaser second,
Kmersld third. Time: 1:34.
gktlfal Makes Blaj Winnie.
SARATOGA, N. T.. Aug. 16 Skilful
upaet all calculations by winning the flO.OuO
United States Hotel stakes from a first
class field today. Skilful was a 2-year-old
maiden until h's victory today and small
was his cbsnce of winning considered that
he was quoted at 20 to 1. His owner,
Ohr' Klllaon. had a good-sized bet on
him. winning 316.0UU, In wagers, in aduiiiuu
to the puree.
The held numbered thirteen. Athel, on
the strength of a very fast trial, waa
favorite for the race, with Whltechapel
second choice. The western filly, Judith
Campbell, Acefull and Maxntc, an added
stnrter, were all well played. Judith Camp
bell, followed by Skilful and Athel, cut out
the running, with the others two lengths
away. This wss the order to the stretch,
where Judith Campbell fell beck beaten
and Charles Klwnoii joined the leaders. A
driving finish ensued, with Skilful Just
If.stlng long enough to win by a head from
Athel, who was an open length In front of
Charles Elwood. Atiel pulled up lame.
Acefull was thrown Into the fence soon
after the start and waa pulled up.
DEFEAT THE OMAHA GOLFERS
Only Three of tbe Omaha Mea Able
to Win Their Metrites fresa
Des Molaes.
DE3 MOINES. Aug. 16-(Speclal Tele
gram.) rhe contest between Des Moines
and Omaha at golf this afternoon was an
exceedingly fine exhibition of the game,
but the familiarity of the local players
with the grounds made it easy for them to
defeat the visitors by a net score of 41 up
in a twenty-seven-hole match. Three of
the visitors won their matches, Bancker,
Rehm and Kensler. Warren Dickinson, the
Iowa champion, had to go down to defeat
before Kahrn, who practically won It In
the first nine holes. Kimball proved no
match for H. H. Flnkblne, who was form
erly Iowa's champion, and who played In
unusually good luck today. In making the
record, Flnkblne made the first nine holes
In thirty-eight, tying the state tournsment
record for the course. Following are the
scores:
Warren Dickinson, 48-42-41.
J. R. Rfthm, 41-43-43, 3 up.
Robert H. Flnkblne, 88-39-43, 11 up.
R. R. Kendall, 45-44-45.
J. O. Berryhlll, Jr., 41-44-49.
A. V. Kensler, 42-46-46, 6 up.
iv. r.. jewen, o-lo-4, 5 up.
E. M. Morsman, Jr., 49-47-47.
N. T. Ournsey, 45-47-47, 2 ui
T. R. Kimball, 40-49-53.
up.
W. O. Flnkhln'e iH.tl.it
W. D. Bancker, 49-47-46, 1 tip.
C. H. Martin, 46-48-46, 8 up.
Harry Lawrle, 60-48-49.
Captain Ely. 46-46-44, 7 up.
Frank Haskell. 46-48-51.
D. W. Corley. 49-46-44, U up.
Ward Burgess, 49-54-53.
J. C. Cummins, 46-48-45, 8 up. .
H. T. Lemlst, 63-47-46.
Robert Fulierton, Jr., 48-46-47, tie.
John Bedlck. 62-41-48, tie.
J. R. Windsor, 51-45-44, 6 up.
Warren Rogers, 60-47-48.
TOURNAMENT AT PING PONG
Latest Featare for Kntertalnment vf
Tennis Players at Field
Clab.
A ping pong tournament Is the latest
feature planned for the edification and en
tertainment of the tennis men who will
compete in the Interstate tournament at
the Omaha Field club this week. The ping
pong affair is set for Tuesday night and
will occur at the clubhouse. It will be con
ducted on regular tennis lines, with formal
entries, drawings and play by rounds till
the finals are finished and the winner de
clared. All tennis players of the club are
requested urgently, to be- present at the
club at 6 o'clock this afternoon, when ar
rangements for entertainment will be com
pleted. Today will bring In most of the
outsiders, a few arriving early tomorrow
morning.
With forty-two entries on hand the com
mittee decided to postpone the drawings
till Sunday night because a few more were
expected any minute. The time limit will
be extended for these. The forty-two
names are:
J. F. Webster, Omaha; H. M. Holland, F.
R. Sanderson, Galesburg; W. G. Parker,
Arkansas City; Carter Wilder, Dr. Frank
E. Sheldon, Kansas City; Millard Hopkins,
Minneapolis; C. S. Peters, E. M. Ashcraft,
Chicago; K. A. Cnry, North Platte; E. H.
Graves, Lees Summit. Mo.: T. 8. Blair, St.
Lpuis; C. C. Cockerlll, Pittsburg, Kan.;
Charles Croskey, E. McBrlde, H. D. Cope
land, Topeka, Kan. j O. A. Abbott, Jr.,
Grand Island ; Isaac Raymond, Jr., Lincoln;
Eai 1 Farr.Snorth, Grand Jclir.d; Ch"-'"
p. Hiles W. McNeil, W. 8. Gflman, if.
Howell, Sioux City; L. P. Pasewalk, Nor
folk; C. S. Carey. Sioux City; Richie Volk.
Lloyd MlddlekaufT, Lexington, Neb.; George
Prltchett. Fred Hamilton, Dr. Lee Van
Camp, F. Dufrene. John S. Brown, C. H.
Young, S. S. Caldwell, J; W. Towle, F. J.
Hill, O. 8. Erwln, Albert F. Ryan. Jerome
Mngee, A. N. Other. Omaha, W. M. Shep
ard, G. A. Loveland, Lincoln.
FARNSWORTH RETAINS CUP
Nebraska Tennis Player Takes Trl
fltate Championship Tblrd Time,
Holding; Trophy Permanently.
SIOUX CITY. Ia.. Aug. 16. -(Special
Telegram.) Earl Farnsworth of Grand Isl
and. Neb., won the championship In the
tri-state tennis tournament which closed
here today from George Howell of Sioux
City by the score of 6-1, 6-1, 8-0.
Farnsworth has now won the champion
ship three times, which makes him the
permanent possessor of the cup. Farns
worth played a remarkable game. He
played far back In the court. No ball wis
too swift for him to return and his smash
ing power was terrific. Howell has been
playing a good game, but seemed to be
"all In."
The final doubles were won by Raymond
of Lincoln and Farnsworth of Grand Isl
and from Tomllnson and Lynde of Alden.
Ia. Score: 6-0, 6-1, 8-6.
George Howell won the tournament
singles from J. P. Magee of Omaha by the
score of 6-3, 6-3, 6-4.
HANDICAP FOR CARTAN CUP
J. II. Botler, wltk Net Score of Sev
en ty-Mne, Wins Golf
Contest.
With a net score of 79 strokes J. H. But
ler won the handicap tournament for the
Cartan cup at the Country club Saturday
afternoon In a field of fifteen. J. K. Cham
bers was a close second, with 80. The cup
must be taken three times for permanent
po8aesslon. The scores:
Handl-
. . Gross, cap. Net.
Frank Colpetrer 99 18 81
C. 8. Montgomery 106 18 87
I. A. Cole 98 13 86
W. H. Iowe 117 18 101
H. L. Cuming 100 15 5
J. 8. Brady 88 14 84
J. K. Chambers 97 17 80
L. F. Crofoot 102 15 87
Luther Drake 93 7 86
W. A. Redick. 103 14 fcg
E. V. Lewis 105 15 90
J. H. Butler 90 11 79
C. H. Gulou VH 18 9.)
G. W. Wattles 102 16 56
A. L. Reed 99 9 90
Tennis Tonrnanaent Closes.
SOUTHAMPTON. Aug. 18.-Play in the
Long Island Lawn Tennis championship
tournament was brought to a close today.
The last match was that In which Stuart
Waller defeated Guy Phelps Dodge In the
challenge oontest for the possession of
the Rugglea cup, which is emblematic of
the championship of eastern Long Island.
Waller took his victory In three etralght
sets by the score of 7-5, 6-2, 6-8. The re
sult of the match today gives the cup Into
the permsnent possession of Waller by
virtue of Its being his third victory In
defense of his holding of the title snd
trophy. Later In the morning an exhi
bition double match was played, with the
Dohirty brothers on one side of the net
and Dr. Joshua Plm and Ollle Campbell
as the opposing pair.
Onawa Bkats Oat Lent are.
ONAWA, Ia.. Aug. 16 (Special )Onswa
and the Le Mars league team played the
f.iHtest game here today ever pulled off
In Monona county. Onawa won by a score
of 1 to 0 In ten Innings. The winning run
was made on three singles. Frlese. the
first man up, singled, Brown advanced
him to third and Hollls brought In the run
with a single over second baae. Brown
pitched the greatest game of his life snd
allowed but one hit. striking out eight men.
Both sides played great ball from stsrt to
finish. Score:
RHE.
Onawa 000000000 1 142
Le Mars.... 0 00000000001 1
Batteries: Onawa, Brown and Frlese;
Le Mars. Long snd Spencer. Umpire: Jake
Priehard. Onawa plays the Suburbans of
Council Bluffs here tomorrow.
Diets Meets Defeat.
SPRINGFIELD. Neb.. Aug. 18 (Special
Telegram. ) The C. N. Diets team was de
feated here today In a well played game.
Clement allowed but four scattering hlta
and but for an error at a critical point It
would have been a shutout. Score:
Tt H B
Springfield ...000008800 5 10 8
C. N. Diets... 000000010 848
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