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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, MAY 9, l!)03.
TWELVE INNINGS AND LOST
Omaha Drops Hsra Game to ths Qniin
Tnb AfUr Long Fight
rULL OF ERRORS AND HARD HITTING
Two fltrhera Froaa the Horn Teaai
Batter for Maar
Before 1,0.10 fans anj enthusiasts (ha Des
Moines team took the second game of the
series from Omaha after twelve Innings of
fast and exciting p ay by a teore of 6 to 4.
For the first few Innings It loilej a If
yesterday's play had taken ill of the gin
ger out of everybody, and Ihey fielded
loosely and comported themselves In a
nanner anything but handome. Omaha
played a magnificent gamo In the fiell
after the score was tied In the sixth and
supported Bruner welt. But the Rourkiltei
were weak at the stick and did n"t seem to
be able to hit the ball wh-sn a hit would
bring In a run. It was distinctly a battle
of the batters and honors were about aven.
Johnson was put In the box In the be
ginning of the game and started out by
giving the first two men up free passes to
first. Then Towns hit the ball to ratter
son and went out at first, while the other
two advanced a base. O'Leary was up
next and he waited patiently and drew a
third pass to first. Meanwhlli a ball got
through Thomas and one man scored and
another came In on a wild pitch. Things
looked dusty and Bruner was substituted
tn the box. Qulnn Immediately singled anl
brought In a run, but that was the last of
the run-getting for the Inning.
Rourkea Gather Some Haas.
In the third tho Rourka family got their
first run, Thomas gurgling over the plate
on a base on balls, a single and an error
by Backoff In leftQeld. In the next Inning
Preston started It out right by laying the
ball out In rlghtfield for two bags. Wright
dubbed one over to O'Leary and was ou'.
at first by a mile. Then ' Dolan, Stewart
and Patterson all drew singles and FreMon
scored In a blase of glory. Thomas drove
one out to Backoff In the left garden, anl
he dropped It and Dolan came In. Things
looked prosperous for Omaha, but Bruner
truck out and Stewart was caught trying
to steal home while Patterson was getting
In the fifth they got another when two
men were out. Wright drove the ball 'way
out In the sun garden and gained three
bags on It and came In on an error of Dur
kee's. That was the last of the scaring for
Omaha, although several times they lookei
as if v they had an easy getaway. In the
tenth they got three men on bases, with no
one out, and let themselves be counted out.
The Qulnn cranks got the score that tied
In the sixth on a single of O'Leary's and a
whacking double of Quinn's. In the eighth
they had a man on first and one on third
when Fohl knocked a foul over near the
south bleachers and Wright caught him
out after a long run.
'p Horror of the Twelfth.
The twelfth was an unhappy one for the
Bourkeltes. Bruner del.verei the first man
up a pass and then he crept around to third
on a sacrifice and a fieldera' choice and
came in on a single by Backoff. Tnat wu
the run that won the game.
The sama teams . play today at Vinton
street. Henderson will pitch for Omaha
and Feeney for the visitors. On Sunday
Papa Bill will try Milton, the new man
f roniwthe. St. Louts Nationals, I who has.
been added to the bevy of wingers. Ha Is a
. daisy. If his record against Chicago the
other day Is any criterion. Scire; .
DBS MOINE8. ..
AB. R. IB. PO. A. E.
Hort sr. rf
..... '..- 6
10 M II
AB. R. IB. PO. A.
Preston If.. ..... o
Wright, lb J
Dolan. ss. s
Stewart, 2b 8
Patterson, lb.......... 6
Thomas, o -
Bruner, p 0
Des Moines.. 8 0 0 0 0
0 0 0
34 It 3
0 0 0 1-5
0 0 0. 04
Omaha o o l I i
Earned runs: Omaha, 1; Des Molnea, 1.
Left on base: Omaha, 16; Des Moines, 12.
Two-base hits: Qulnn, Preston. Patterson.
Three-base hit:- Preston. Bases on balls:
Off Johnson, 8: off Bruner, 4; off Cush
man a. Struck out: By Bruner. 2: by
Cushman. 7. Wl'.d pitch: Johnson. Passed
ball: Thomas, 1; Fohl, 1.
Pitchers' Battle at St.- Jo.
ST. JOSEPH. Mo- May 8. It was a
pitchers' battle today and St. Joseph won
by ouncning mia iu mi nru kooj;
R. Hi B
St Joseph.... IMMM1H 4 2
Peoria .7. 000100010-3 4 4
Batteries; Peoria, Alloway. Wilson and
Ilusler; Bt. Josepn, uiaoe ana uarvin.
MIlwaikM Hits at Will.
KANSAS CITY. May 8. Haas, who
pitched the first six Innings, was batted
at Will Dy MUWftUftn. Aiienainn, iw,
BCre; . R.H.E.
Milwaukee .. 808 1' (110 114 17 4
Kansas City. 0000013104 I
Batteries: Milwaukee, McPherson and
Lucia; Kanaaa City, Heas. Smith and Mas
aitt. Springs Shat Heaver Oat.
COLORADO BPRINOS. May 8. Colorado
Springs played a rauitiesa game ana scored
from Denver tha first local shutout of the
season. Jonea and Lempke both did great
work. Be ore:
R. H. E.
Colorado Springs.... 003 0001 0 3 I 0
Denver 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 7 3
Batteries: Colorado Springs, Jones and
Tho perfect product
has tha dis
Ud at ail SreKctoM ar aa4 T iobMrs,
. LiXAaUS a Sua. aWltlawta. SO.
Sterns gie and Doran; Denver, Lempke and
StaaSlas ot c:i Teaaaa.
Plai-ed. Won. Lost. P.C.
Olorsdo Springs...!... S I 1
invfr . a .tn
Milwaukee 14 4 .&
Ksnsas City , 14 4 .S'fl
Peoria t 4 4 ,W
Omaha V I t .K7t
St. Joseph Ill .ITS
Des Moines til .222
Oames todsy: 'Ore Molne at Omaha.
Denver at Colorado Springs, Milwaukee at
Kansas City, Peoria at St. Joseph.
OMAHA H. S. WINS AT LEMARS
Game Sever la Doabt After the First
Ifinlaa- aad Losers Nearly
LEMARS, la.. Msy . (Special Tele
gramsThe Omaha High school base boll
team defeated Lemars High school In an
exciting game of ball this afternoon by
the score of 10 to 2. It wns Omaha's gam
from the start. In the first Inning they
got three runs, which gave them the lead,
and not until the eighth did Lemnrs have a
look-In, and then they could only get two
runs in the last two Innings. Qreenleaf
pitched an elegant game, letting the Le
mars team down with but three hits snd
not letting a man walk. The team gave
Mm excellent support and made a wonder
ful showing. Brome at second was the
star of the team, making four outs and
eight assists out of thirteen chances. Fair
brother did very good work at tha bet,
making a hit every time he went to the
bat. Robot ker was very fast'on the bases
and ran on every possible chance. Score:
OMAHA HIOH SCHOOL.
AB. R. IB. PO. A. E.
Fslrbrother, c 4 I 4 4 2 0
Brome, 2b I 1 ' 2 t 5 1
Toder. ss 4 10 13 1
Lowell. If 4 1 1 0,0 0
Robertson, lb 4 0 0 11 2 0
Kennard. 8b 8 110 10
Cherrlngton. cf 4 1 8 10 0
Ronotker. rf 3 Z 1 S ' 1 ' 0
Oreenleaf, p 8 0 0 1 1 0
Totals 81 10 12 27 15 1
LEMARS HIOH SCHOOL.
AB. R. IB. PO. A. E.
Whitney. 2b 4 0 1 8 4 1
Becker, If 4 0 0 1 0 1
Perry, rf 3 0 0 8 0 0
Klatle, ss 3 0 1 8 4 0
Haas, cf 6 1 0 8 0 0
Klstle, c 8 0 0 7 2 1
K Haas, lb 3 0 1 I 3 1
Shouse. 3b 8 0 0 0 8 0
Honnold, p 8 1 0 0 8 1
Totals ...31 . 8 3 27 18 t
Omaha 8 0 4 0 2 0 0 1 0-10
Lemars ..0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 12
birucfc out: uy Oreenleaf, 4; by Hon
nold, 7. Stolen bases: Fslrbrother (2), tto
buiaer Ul, luuer, Chemugiuu, A luinny,
Becxer, ulstie, Haas,' rloniioiu. Hacrlnce
hits: tfrome W), Lawell W. Ureenlear, xo
uer. 'nine: i.iA. Lmplre: di&ck.
FIELD CLUB0PENS TODAY
Two Ball Ganees, Plenty of Golf aad
a Dmaco oa tho Pro.
The long looked for opening of the Omaha
rieiu ciuu is oue tor inis .uernoon. un
fortunately the original intention ol having
games arianged la golt, tennis ana oasa
uall has talien Uiruugu and no regular
events are scneduled beside the two uuse
ball aames. which are to oe piuyea by tne
iielu ciuu s nrst and seevnu leama with
the C. N. Diets nine and the Columbian.
Tne teams are well matclied and the games
Dromiae to be exciting ana closely playea
The tennis courts will be In snai.e tor
play for the first time this year anu It is
expected that a number of tne dnthualasta
will while away tne hours with tne racxets.
As for golf, enthusiasm is so rife that mere
Is little fear but-that the links will teem
with Dlavers and many a lureesonie alio
foursome will be played la an exciting if
jna men tne care is to oe opened ntungiy
with a table d'hote, and the many members
of tha club will make t a point to eat this.
their nrst memo lestivai dinner, so close
to the open air. In the evening the younger
set will have a aance on tne verunua or.
the club house and the club will be lorm-
ally opened for the long summer days and
Tne lineup tor tne case oau teams is:
First Team. "' ' . ui i C.,N. Xltz.
Martin r.,.tlchan'..... Mathaway
..first base Harrison
.second base Anderson
..third base Brown
..right field Plainer
Hoagland center field..... Lafferty
Clark left field ..Weloa
Mecond Team. . coiumblas.
Martin pitcher... McLean
A. Rogers first base... Hlnricks
West second base. .......... . Inman
Murphy shortstop........... Murphy
Kennard third buxe. .............. Klco
Allen right "field Lanbach
Warner center held bartlett
B. Rogers left field, .Stine
Seaman catcher, , .Graves
MILTON COMING TO OMAHA
St. Loals Katloaal Pitcher Now oa
His Way to Join Nebraska
ST. LOUIS, Mo., May 8.-Pltcher Milton
of tha St. Louis National league team has
been farmed out to the Omaha Western
league. Milton left for Omaha tonight.
Corahaakera are Oatelaased.
SOUTH BEND, Ind., Msy' 3. (Special
Telegram.'Vin a listler game Nebraska
lost to Notre Dame touay. 13 to 3. The
Cornhuakers were outclassed and were only
allowed to score on errors In tha ninth.
Beltser was hit hard In the first four In
nings and retired In favor of Gore, who
allowed only one mora score to be added.
Tha score: rh&
Notre Dame., t 8 0 3 1 0 0 0 13 14 5
Nebraska 0000000033 1 4
Btruck out: By Beluer, 2: by Oore. 1;
by Hlgglns, 8. Batteries: Nebraska, Belt
ser, Oore and Bender; Notre Dame( Wilson,
Hlgglns and Poar.
Ball Players arc Traders.
COLUMBUS, O.. May 8. Tha case of Wil
liam Cllngman, the shortstop claimed by
Columbus and assigned to St. Paul by the
directors of the American association, has
been disposed of so far aa Columbus Is con
cerned bv tha Columbus Base Ball com
pany trading Its claim on Cllngman and
Catcher Slaltery to the Cleveland American
league team for Second Baaeman Thoney,
Wolfe, the left-handed pitcher, has been
sold by Columbus to the Detroit American
Jobasoa Rales Two Off.
CHICAGO, May 8 Clark Griffith snl
James Collins, managers of the New York
and Boston American league clubs respec
tively, are the first to feel the authority of
President Ban Johnson this season. The
chief executive of the American league hai
telegraphed te Umpire Connolly that Grif
fith la suspended for three days, and word
has been sent Umpire Carruthera In Boston
that Collins Is ruled oft the Aeld for the
sama length of time.
Sheltoa Boats Academy Boys.
KEARNEY, Neb.. May t-(8peclal Tele
gram.) The Shelton High school team de
feated the Kearney Military academy here
today, 4 to 3. It was the best game thst
has been played on the grounds this year.
The batteries were Bills and Walker for
Shelton and Sanders and Cooms for the
Wllaaot alts Minneapolis.
MINNEAPOLIS, May 8. Walter Wllmot
Is no longer manager and left fielder of
tha Minneapolis base ball team. Neither
he nor the management will talk, but the
long losing streak of the team la auppoaed
to be reaponslbla for tha change.
Crela-htoas Beat tha Soldiers.
FORT RILEY, Kan., May 8.-(8peclal
Telegram. V The Crelghton university team
from Omaha defeated the Fort Riley sol
dier team In a hot game of base hall this
afternoon by a score of 8 to 4. Prender
graat pitched for tha visitors.
Crostoa Defeats Myatle.
CRESTON, la.. May 8 (Special Tele
gram.) Creston defeated Mystic here to
day, 8 to 1. Attendance. iuO. Batteries:
Creaton, Ward and Corbett; Mystic, Cola
and Ball. Umpire: Golden. The same
teams play again tomorrow.
Qaaaes la Three-1 Lesgae.
At Dubuque Rockford, I; Dubunus. 0.
At Cedar Rapids Davenport, 4; Cedar
At Jollet Decatur. T: Jollet, 0.
At Rock Island Bloomlngton, I; Rock
Island. 8. '
College Base Ball.
At Indianapolis Wabash college. 13; But
ler college, S.
At Andovar, Mass. Yale, I; Andovar, L
MICROBES WIN IN NINTH
Take Hot Oame From the Moundtnilden
With a Heart-Breakiug Finish.
TINKER SHOWS WHAT GOOD MAN CAN DO
Makes Three Hits, Has Ttto Pat Oats
aad Nina Assists to His Credit
Williams Makes Vaasslsted
ST. LOUIS, May 8. the visitor defeatel
St Louis by 3 to 2 today McFarland and
Lundgren were In fine form Tinker's field-
ng and Williams' double play were the
features Attendance, 1.800. Score:
CHICAGO. i ST. LOII8.
R H O A E.1 R.H.O.A. E.
Jonva. rf .
0 1110 Brain. t ... (Oil
4 0 4 0 0 Darclar, If.. 0 i
t 0 1 0 1 Donormn, rf.. I 1
t t 0 1 Hurkt, It).... 0 I
112 0 1 KtrrHl, cf... 0 0 S 0 0
0 0 0 1 3'Ntrnoli.. lb . 0 0 1
0 0 1
Wlllitma. as. 0 1 4 I 1
Vnm, ... 0 1 I 0 0
McKrlnd. p 0 1 0 4 k
Lundgren, p. 0 0 0 I 0
Totals ... S 11)11 -ll Total! ... t ID II I
Chicago 0 000100000 3-3
St. Louis 1 000000000 12
Famed runs: Chicago. 2. Three ba'e
hits: Kllng and Jones. Sacrifice hits: Har-
ley. Single, Tinner, noutue piays: u
llams (unassisted), Williams to Nichols,
Tinker to Lowe. Stolen bases: Donovan,
Williams. McFarland, Hiagie, linker,
Kllng. Wild pitch: Lundgren. Raws on
halls: Off Lundgren, 3; off McFarland, 2.
Struck out: By Lundgren, 2; by McFar
land. 1. Left on base: Chlcigi, 7; St.
Louis, 2. Time:. 2:30. Umpire: Johnstone.
Errors and Bases on Balls Decide.
PITTSBURG, May 8. Bases on ball snl
rank errors by Cincinnati gave the game
to Pittsburg. Doheny kept the hits well
scattered. As a result of yesterday's scrap
on the field Wagner has. been suspended fjr
three days. Attendance, 3,000. B?ore:
R.H O A E.
Keller. If ... 1 0 t 1
Seymour, cf. 0 1 1 0 1
Donlln. rf... 1 1 I 0
Bwklar. lb. . 1 1 10 I 1
gtelnfelnt, lb 0 1 I I 1
rrcoran, aa. 0 I 1 I 1
Maaoon, 2b.. 0 I t I 0
Bergen, c... 0 14 10
Ewluc P.... I 1 0 0
Beautnnnt, cf 0
Clark. It.... 0
lrh, lb.... I
Marrltt, rf... 1
Branint4. lb I
Knifftr, as... 1
Rltrhr, ib.. 0
Phlp, c... 0
Dobaar, p.... 0
Totals ... I It II i Totals ...4 10 14 11
Pittsburg 3 01 0 0 0 4 1
Cincinnati 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 34
Earned runs: Cincinnati, 2 Two-bise
hit: Rltchey. Th-ve-base hit: Menltt.
Stolen baaea: Kruger, Ritchey. Double
play: Rltchey to Kruger to Branstleld.
Firat base on balls: Off Doheny, 1; off
Ewlng. 6. Struck out: By Doheny, 3. Time:
2:00. Umpires: Holllday and ilmslle.
Boston Takes Easy One.
BROOKLYN, May 8. The Boston team
batted Schmidt hard today and defeated
Brooklyn. Schmidt's hand was injured In
the seventh In stopping Coo'.ey's hard drive.
Thlelman relieved him In tho eighth. Bon
ner was put out of tho game In. the ninth
for kicking. Attendance, 2,600. Score:
DOBTON. I BROOKLYN.
H H.O A E I R.H. O A K.
DaiUr, cf... 0 110 0 Strang, cf...l 1 0 0 0
Tenner, lb.. 111 1 McCraedla, rf 0 0 0 0
Ab'tachlo, aa 0 11 I V Rherkare. If. 0 1 ( 1
Cooler. If.... 0 110 I Doric, lb ... 0 0 1 I 0
earner, rf... 1 1 4 0 0 Dab lea. aa...O 0 4(1
Aubrev, lb.. 0 0 0 0 Rluer, e 0 0 4 1 0
Bonner, ib... 1 10 1 3 Flood. Sb....O 0 7 4 0
Grem'ser. Ib, I 4 I 1 0 Jordan. 3b... 0 1110
Klttrldae. c. 1 1 1 0 Schmidt, s... 0 0 0 0 0
Piatt, p 0 1 0 1 0 Tblelman. p. 0 0 0
ToUla ... I It T Jl Totala . ,. 1 I ST 14
Boston '.0 4-0 1 0 2 1 0 08
Brooklyn 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01
Esrned runs: Boston, 3. Sacrifice hit:
McCreedie. First bae on bills: Off
Schmidt, 3; off Thlelman, :; cn P.alt, 1.
First base on errors: Boston. 1. . ,-aruck
out: By Schmidt, 1; by Thlelman, 3; by
Piatt, 7. Stolen base.: Abbattichlo, Grem-
lnger. Double plays: Lahlen to Flood
Flood to Doyle, Doyle to Dahlcn to Flood
Tenney to Klttredge. Left on bases: Bos
ton, 7; Brooklyn, z. i:me: 2:00. umpire
First Inning Does Trick. ' ' '
. .-t A ' . - "
NEW YORK, May, New York on -Ao-day
from Philadelphia by scorings .fceven
runs In the first Imilng on five hits, a base
on balls and four errors. DtiBBleny "then
tattled down ana pitched a nna game.
Taylor was in good form. Attendance, 300.
KTW tork. ' I rwLADrLrmA.
R.H. O.A.I. KHO.AB
Browne, rf .
1 t I 0 0 Thomas, cf.. 0 J 4
1 1 I 0 CI Barry. If 0.1 0
Uouslaaa, lb. 0 0 10
Tar lor, P.
Kelater, rf. ..' t I
Hraahear, Ib. 1 I
Haltman,' 3b. 0 4
Hulawltt, at. 0 I
Zlmmer, . c. 0 1
Dusglebr, p. - 0 0
Roth ....... 4 I
Totala ... 7 10 n 10 1
Totals ... I 4 11 I
"Batted for Duggleby in the ninth.
Philadelphia 0 10 2 0 0 0 0 0-3
New York 7000000 0' '7
Earned runs: New York. 1: Philadelphia.
1. First base on errors:- New York, 2. Left
on bases: New lork, ; Philadelphia, .
First base on balls: Off Taylor, 3; oft L -g-gleby,
1. Struck out: By Taylor, 3; uy
Duggieby, 3. Tworbaae hits: Lauder. Kela
ter 12). Roth. Sacrifice hits: Gilbert.
Taylor. Hit by pitched ball; By Dug-
gieoy, i. lime: 1:2a. empire, u nay.
Standing of the Teams.
' T '
New York ........16 12
Pittsburg 20 13
Chicago 18 11
Boston 17 . y 8
Brooklyn 18 .9 8
Cincinnati 18 8 10
St. Louis 19 6 13
Philadelphia 18 4 14
Games today: Boston at Brooklyn,
adelphla at New York, Chicago at St. I
Cincinnati at Pittaburg.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION GAMES
Minneapolis Tarns Table la Klatb,
Seortag Three aad Saateh. -lag;
MINNEAPOLIS, May 8. With the score
3 to 1 against them In the ninth Inning
and two men out, the Mlnneapolla team
got Gibson for three singles and a double,
scoring three earned runs and winning
the game. Stlmmel for the locale was
wild. Issuing six passes, but otherwise
pitched a good game. Attendance, 1,000.
MINNEAPOLIS. KANSAS CITY.
R.H.O.A B. I R.H. O.A.B.
Drier, as 11 I oOtnlr. cf... 0 0 t 0
Lallr. If 4 110 0 Mulonar. a.. 1 1 0
McOreerr, of. 0 1 0 0 0, Nance, lb... 0 11)0
Yasser, c ... 114 1 0 Oradr. lb.... 10(04
Martin, Ib... 0 0 14 0
Urlntrre. ib. 0 I 0 1 0
Koiniuaa, n. s o s o o
Knoll. If 0 1 4 4 0
Vaabinaer, rf. 0 s s i
Lew. a... 4 4 1
Ludwlc. lb.. 1 1 It 1 0 Mr And' v. Ik 0 4 1 4 0
Stlmmel. p.. 4 4 4 I 0 Olbaoa, p.... 114 4 4
Kslol .... 1 1 0 0 0 '
Totals ... I 724 10 1
Totala ... 4 I 17 11 ll
Katol batted for Stlmmel In the ninth.
Two men out when. winning run was
Minneapolis 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 84
Kanaas City 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 0-3
Earned runs: 1 Minneapolis, 3; Kanaas
City, 1. Double plays: Oyler to Martin
to Ludwlg. Two-base hits: Yesger, Tallv,
Leewe, Gibson. Stolen bases: Yesger, Mc
lntyre, Leewe. Maloney (2). Sacrifice hit:
Rothfuss. Bases on balls: Off Stlmmel,
. off Gibson, 2. Struck out: By Stlmmel,
t; by Gibson, t. Left on bsses: Minne
apolis, S; Kansas City. 6. Hit by pitched
ball: Ijilly. Wild pitch: Stlmmel. Time.
155. Vmplrea: Moran and Mullana. .
Error Costs Flvo Raas.
COLUMBUS, O., May 8-Louisvllla won
today's game In the first Inning after two
men were out, an error by Turner starting
the trouble. Bailey was batted out of the
box In the second Inning. Attendance,
LOUISVILLE. I COLl'MBl-S
R.H.O.A B. I R H.O A.E.
V'loi. a ..
1 I a 0 1 Banaoa, ib.. 4 I t I 0
I I I 0 0 Hoecne. rf... 4 4 0
0 0 Han. ef Ill
Rarmer, 2b. . 4 4 I
Bndwell. tb. 4 I 1
Turner, aa. . . 4 1 i
Slaiierr. lb. 4 1 4
srndt. rf-ib. 4 i
William. If. 1 1 i
Fox. c 4 0 1
Bailer, p 4 4
Wafner, p... 1 i 0
Bohauaos, p 4 4 4 i
Total ... 4 11 17 10 4
Totals ... I 11 7 11 I
Louisville ( 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 04
Columbus 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 03
Earned runs: Columbus, 1; Louisville. 1.
Left on bases: Columbus, 12; Louisville,
T. Stolen bases: Sullivan. Sacrifice hits:
Clymer, Odwell. Bases on balls: Off Hal
Icy. 1; off Wagner. 2; off Bohannon, 2.
f'wo-base hits: Clymer, Schaub. Hart.
ouble playa: Turner to Hrldwell to flint
ier ; Vlox to Chllds to Sullivan. Hit by
pitchsa UU; liridweU. btruck out; By
Wagner, t. Wild pitch: Bohannon. Time:
14C. Umpire: Haskell.
St. Paal Has Rasy Time.
ST. PAUL, May 8 The locals had sn
other batting matinee and defeated Mil
waukee with runs to spare, Attendance,
SsJ. Score: r
0 Ptirle. as 0
0 Donatio, lb. I
0 riinler. if. 4
Srharfr. i .
Knir. lb ...
0 Punaan, rf .
t Si-llaSer. t.
0 Teer, ef
Totala ...It 14 17 It 1
Totala ... 4 I 24 U 4
Speer batted for Hale In ninth.
Pt. Paul 3 3 3 0 1 3 0 1 -13
Milwaukee 2 0000001 14
Two-base hits: Oder. - Kelly. Phyle.
Schafiey. Three-base hit; Wheeler. Home
runs: Donshue (2, Wood, Corbett, Schae-
fer. Stolen bases: . Shannon (it. Sullivan.
Jackson, Unglsub. Bases on balls: Off
Mctjui. 4; orr Msie, z. struck out: Hy
Hale. 4: by Corbett. 2. Wild Ditch: Me-
Gill. Left on bases: St. Paul, : Milwau
kee, 6. Time: 1:60. Umpire: Cunningham.
Right Errors Coat Gamo.
TOLEDO. O.. May 8. Eight errors cut
Toledo out of today's game. Cristal
pitcnea a nne game tor tne locals, nut
was given poor support, while Kellum
pitched effectively snrl had good support.
Attendance, l.iuo. Bcore:
INDIANAPOLIS. . TOLEDO.
R.H.O.A.K I R.H.O.i.l.
Hntrlerer. rf. 1 1 0 0 0 Smith, rf I 1 0 0 0
lie Bernard, cf I I
tOt lllankeaa'p. tbO 0
tOt Mourner. If.. 4 0
III Turner, M....0 1
I 0 Owena. ib 0 1
0 I Connor, lb . 0
4(00 Klelnnw. C....0 0
Woodruff, e,..0 0
Kellum, p....l 0
I 1 b.Lrlatall. p.,. I . S
Totala I I 2T 14
Totala t I 27 11 ll
Indianapolis 1 4 0 1 0 0 1 0 l-
Toledo .....2 0000000 0-2
Earned runs: Toledo, 2: Indianapolis, 3.
Two-base hits: Smith Jones (2). Hogrlever,
Kihm. Stolen bases: Bernard. Connors.
Sacrifice hit: Blankenshlp. Ilase on balls:
Off Cristall, 8: off Kellum, 3. Struck out:
By Cristall, 4: by Kellum, 8. Hit by
Pitched bnll: Hogrlever. Wild pitches:
Kellum. . Time: 2:06. Umpire: Foreman.
Standing of . the .Teams.
Played. Won. Lost. P.C.
Indianapolis .14 11 3 .76
St. Paul 13 9 4 .693
Milwaukee 14 t .643
Kansas City....'.;.... ..14 8 .571
Toledo .- Jo a 7 .633
Louisville 14 8 .429
Columbus 15 4 11 .267
Minneapolis ...... ......1 8 13 .133
Games today: Kansas City at Minneapo
lis. Milwaukee at St. Paul. Louisville at
Columbus, Indlanapolla at Toledo.
GAMES IN AMERICAN LEAGUE
Champlona .Win Another, hy Timely
Basehlag of Hits la (Foarh
PHILADELPHIA. May 8 The champions
bunched their hits In the fourth and fifth
today and again defeated Washington,
After the second - inning Waddell was a
mystery to the visitors. Attendance, 4,625.
PHILADELPHIA. I WASHINGTON.
- R H.O A B-J R.H.O.A.E.
Hart tel. If... 0 0 I 0 1 Roblnaon, ,a. 4 0 4 4 0
Pickering, d. I I I I 0 frlnach. rf . 1 1 4 0 1
S'kreciC. C... 1 0 10 i 0 Delehanty. If 1 1 1 0 0
Croea. tb I t 1 1 1 Hrn, cf 0 I 1 0 0
Kevbotd, rf... 1 1 i 1 0 Carer, lb 0 4 11 0 0
Miirphr. lb... 14 11 o Coaahlln. ib. 1 1 t I 1
L. Croa. a, s 1 1 uimom, n. . s a l 9
Powers, lb... 0 1 4 0 0 Drill, c 0 14 11
Waddell, p... 4 4 0 4 0 Wllaon, p.... 4 10 0 0
Total! ... I 11 17 10 1 ToUla ... I 24 11 I
Philadelphia 0 0032000 I
Washington 'i 11.1 0 0 0 0 0 03
Earned runs: Washington. 2: Philadel
phia, 2. Two-base hit: -Wilson. Three-base
hits: Selbach, Delchanty. Stolen baaes:
Hartzel, Pickering. Murphy, M. Cross.
Double plays: Coughlln (unassisted), Wad
dell to M. Cross to Powers L. Cross to
Murphy to. Powers. ..Left on oases: Wash
ington, 2: Philadelphia, 1. Hit by pitched
ball:' Waddell c-track out: By Wilson, 4;
by Waddell, to Tlmeil:5.' Umpire: Connolly..-
. jy. ! vft" ' -.' .
l.tjekr Flft VtmoVSlsth Decide.
'cLEVELANI'mv 8.'-7Two singles, two
doubles, a triple and 'two home runs gave
Cleveland seven runn 'the fifth and sixth
innings. Just enough;, to- let, , .them win.
Cleveland's errors were ,costly.. Attendance,
3,410. Bcore: ' -''
R H.O.A.E. -,,-F.. K H O A E.
Bar, cf. 0 1 1 0 J Barrett, cf... 1114 4
McCarthr. It. 0 i 0 4 ,tlDrfeld. aa. t t I 1 0
Flick.- rf.l... 0 4 0 0- '
if, 1 I I 4 l
-Hickman, lb., 1 I 10 0 0
Carr, , lb...
8 I 10 4 4
Mradier, Jb.j l s I o o
Thoner, lb . I 11 4,1
Oochnaur,.as 1 1 t 4 .1
Abbott, c... 9 14 1 0
Jou, p.. 0 1' 0 f. 4
Totaia 7 li tt 10 Vi ' ToUla 4 11 it 1 1
Cleveland 0 0 0 0 3 4 0 0 T
Detroit .: 0011108008
-hits: Abbott, Hickman. Three-base hit:
Gochnauer. Home runa: Aboott, money.
Sacrifice hltsi Buelow, Luah, Flock. Stolen
bases: Lush, Smith. First base on balls:
Off Joss, 4. Hit by pitched ball: By Kit
son, 1. Left on bases: Cleveland, 4; De
troit. 10. Struck out: By Joss, ; by Kit
son, 2. Passed ba'.l: Abbott. Time: 1:50.
magging Mateh Lost Elevea.
CHICAGO. May- 8. Today's game was a
slugging match on both sides and belonged
to either team until the last man was out,
the 'locals finishing ona run behind with
two men left on bases. Attendance, 2,640.
Dolan, lb.... I I It 1 4
Burkett. If.. 1 4 t 0 0
Heldrlrk, cf. 0 1 I 4 .0
Hemphill, r. 1 1 1 4 0
Anderson, lb. I t 11 0 0
Jonea, cf 1 4 0 4 1
Oreen, rf.... 1 I 1 0 4
Hallman, It.. 1 S 4 0 0
I 1 4 4-Ollabell, lb.... 0 4 4 4 4
McCor'k. lb.. I 3 4 4 OjDalr. lb 3 14 11
Frlel, ib lilt 1 Tannehlll. as. 1 1 1 6 I
1 1 I 1 MrTarland. a 1 1 4 S 1
0 10 1 OlCallabtn, p.. I I I 4 4
10 0 ol
Milt! Touts ...11 11 14 14 t
ToUla ...it 10 11 14 j
Batted for Donohu In ninth.
St. Louis .......0 2 1 0 0 0 3 0 3 0 413
Chicago 0 103080000 312
Left on bases: St, Louis. 13; Chicago. U.
Two-baae lilts: Dolan, Hallman, Burkett.
Anderson, Wallace, Callahan. Three-bise
hit: Callahan. Sacrifice hits: Green. 6ug
den, McCormlck, Heidrlck. Stolen baae.t:
Green, Dolan, Hemphill, Burkett, Heldr.ck.
Struck out: By Callahan,' 4; by Donovan,
1; by Powell, 4. Bases on balls: Off Cal
lahan, 3; off Donohue. 2) off Powell. 2. Hit
with ball: McCornjtck. Time;, . 2:45. Um
Fall to 'Play Whea ' Cafc'a Away.
BOSTON. May 8. Chesbro'a superb
pitching won for New York today. With
Captain Collins laid off for three days Bos
ton's team play . was weak. Attendance,
NEW TORK. I BOSTON.
R.H.O.A E.I R.H.O.A.E.
Davla. If 1110 0 Doufhtrty. If 4 0 I 0 0
Keeler, rf... 1114 0 Gleaaon, ib.. 4 4 4 4 4
Fulta, cf 1114 olsiahl. cf 4 I 0
William, tb 1 I f 4 Freeman, rf. 4 4 1 4 0
Ganael, lb... 4 0 4 0 1 Parent, as... 4 4 4 4 1
Conror. Ib... 4 114 0 Lachanca, lb 4 1 4 4 0
Lone. aa...'.. 0 1 4 4 4 Ferrl. ib.... 114 11
O Connor, .. 0 I 4 0 0
i riger, l T v
Winter, p... 0 0 4 1 4
Olbaoa. p.... 4 4 4 4 0
O Brlen .... 4 4 4 4 4
Lbeebro, p... 1 v
4 11 17 10 1
Totals ... 1 4 17 11 I
Batted for Winters in seventh.
New York 0 0 1J 1 0 0 4 0 0-4
boston 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0-1
Earned runs: New York, 1; Boston, 1.
Two-base hits: Ixng, Stahl, Crlger Home
run: Ferris. Double plays: Willis to
Gsniel to Long, Long to Williams to Can
cel fit. First Daaa on balls: Oft Cnesbro,
1; oft Winters, 1; off Gibson. 1. Hit by
pitched ball: By Chesbro, LaChance: by
Winters. Conroy. Struck out: 3y Chehro,
5; by Winters, 4; by Gibson. 1. Time: 1:50.
Umpires: Carruthers and HassetL
Standing ot tho Toaaaa.
Played. Won. Lost. P C.
Chicsgo ,...14 10 4 .714
Philadelphia ,...17 10 7 .58
New York 15 8 T .533
Boston 16 - 8 8 .5"0
Detroit 14 I T .5o0
St. Ixiula r..U 4 7 .364
Cleveland .11 4 7 .3fil
Washington 14 I .357
Games todsy: St. Louis at Chicago. De
troit at Cleveland. Washington at Pnllsdel
phia, New York at Boston.
High School Track Meet.
SIOUX CITY. Ia.. May 8 8pecial Tele
gram.) The annual track meet of the
Northwestern Iowa High School Athletic
aaaociatlort was held at Cherokee this
afternoon. The leaders ware: Ida Grove
61 oolnts: Storm Lake. 2S: Humboldt, it
8loux City. 14. OtUer towns competing
were: Algona. Sloan. Prlmghar, Kingsley,
Correctlonvllle, Aurelia. Sao City. Fine
records were made. Bouxtiton of Id
Urova woo tha pule vault 1 JUfly.lng 8
feet Inches. Ida Grove gets the next
EVENTS ON RUNNING TRACKS
Aa Revolr Captures Mile Rare, I.ln
galat Falling to Secore
CHICAGO, May 8 O. C. Bennett's Amer
ican Derby colt, Au Revnlr, harked fr m 13
to 6 down to 8 to 1, heat a gi't hell In a
mile race, the third event at Worth today.
Linguist, another Derby candidate, was a
hot favorite In the same race, but failed to
get a place. Results:
First race, six furlongs: Irhy Bennett
Won. Merry Flight second, The Kubblt
third. Time: l:!53-6.
Second race, four snd n half furlongs:
Don Domo won, Ietcrmlnatln tectnd.
Capital third. Time: o:So.
Third race, one mile: Au Revolr won.
Soothsayer second, Mlmo third. Tl-ne:
Fourth race, six furlongs: Ahola won,
The Lady second, Kmahe t.ilrd. Timo:
Fifth race, one mile and seventy yrds;
Thane won, Doctor Stephens tee mil, Call
ban third. Time: 1:44 2 6.
8lxth race, one mile and a sixteenth:
John A. Clarke won. Will Sherry tec n 1,
Bonnie Llssnk third. Time: 1:47.
ST. LOUIS. May . Reaults:
First race, six furlongs: Budwelser won.
Lord Melbourne second, Cursus third.
Second race, four furlongs: Radium won.
Rhyme and Reason second. Ascot third.
Third race, six furlongs: Pettljohn won,
Barkelmore second. Howling Dervish third.
Fourth race, one mile: Jack Demund
won, Flintlock second, bumbo tnird. 'll.ne:
Fitth race, one mile and seventy yards:
Chappaq.ua won, Joe Lesser tsecond, Ben
Chance third. Time: 1 : 18.
Sixth race, seven furlongs: Hllee won.
Nearest second, Milas third. Time: 1:2s.
NEW YORK, May 8. Results:
First race, St. Nicholas hurdle, one mil
and a half, over six hurJlei: Semluo.e
won, Gould aecond, Ohnet third. Time:
Second race, last seven furlongs Withers'
mile, selling: Highlander won, Minotaur
won, Andrattus ti.ird. 'lime: 1:14.
Third race, the larclitnont, laat seven
furlongs of the Withers' mile: Ingold won,
Brigand second, Love Notu third. Time:
Fourth race, last four furlongs of the
Eclipse course: High Ball won, Gienada
second, Luxembourg third. Time: 0:4.
Fifth race, last seven furlongs of the
Withers' mile: Carbuncle won, Stevedore
second. Flying Buttress third. lime:
Sixth race, the Withers' mile, selling:
Embarrassment won, Lord Advocate sec
ond, Knight of the Garter third. Time:
LOUISVILLE, May 8-ResuIts:
First race, five and a half furlongs, sell
ing: Little Corker won. Amorous teeond.
Flora Bright third. Time: 1M8V '
Second race, one mile: Silk Cord won.
Red Comln second, Florlza third. Time:
Third race, five and a half furlongs, sell
ing: Jake Greenburg won. Bnvkto:i sec
ond. Captain Duckadoo third. T.me: 1:09V.
Fourtn race, tree handicap, six furlonts:
Henry Bert won. Jlmlnex second, Kentucky
Cardinal third. Time: 1:14'.
Fifth race, four and a halt furlongs: Play
Ball won, Merry Pioneor soconu, yu si
third. Time: 0:66.
Sixth race, one mile and a quarter: Aim
less won, Doctor Hart second, Rollick ll
third. Time: 1:55H.
orinal Wins from Cornell.
CEDAR FALLS, la., May 8 (Spec al
Telegram.) In the cleinest hell mte. e.o
held here Normal' defeated Cornell today.
Score, 61 to 40. Normal lowered live ot it
records and fouled one. Results:
Broad Jump: S. Jone, Normal, won;
Doner, Cornell, aecond. Distance: 20 feet 1-4
Running high Jump: McDade, Cornell,
won; S. Jones, Normal, second. Height: 5
feet 4V Inches.
Pole vault: 8. Jones, Normal, won; Van
Buren, Cornell, second. Distance: :eet
Hammer throw: T. Jones, Normal, won;
Dobson, Cornell, second. DUtance: l'i
Shot-put: Dunkerton, Normal, von; Kibe.
Normal, second. Distance: 85 feet 10
Discus throw: Ebert. Normal, won: Deer
Ing, Cornell, second.; Distance: 9tf feet e
Half-mile run: Miller. Cornell, wen; Pan
ton, Normal. e?ond. Time:, 2:04 3-5.
Two hundred and twenty yards: Hamil
ton, Normal, won; Jacobs, Cornell, second.
Time: 0:3 3-6.
One hundred yards: Hamilton. Normal,
won; Jacobs, Cornell, second... Time: 0.1)1.
One mile: Campbell, Normal, won; Mil
ler, orneii, reconu. lime: :oi.
Four hundred and forty yards: Panton.
Normal, won; McDade, Cornell, second.
Two miles: Colgrove. Normal, won; El-
drldge, Cornell, second. Time: 12:03.
One-half mile relay: Cornell on roui.
One hundred and twenty-yard hurdle:
Smalley. Cornell, won; S, Jonei, Normal,
second. Time: 0:194. - (
Two hundred and twenty-yarn; nurdie: r.
Jones. Normal, won; Van buren, Corne.l,
second. Time: 0:28.
Too Swift for Wealeyan.
TtrrtTMSEH' Neh.. Miv S. fSrMclal Tela.
gram.) The Tecumseh High school basket
ball teem met and defeated the Wealeyan
university team here tonlarht In a hot'v
contested game of basket ball. The game
was (.eciiieuiy interesting curing tne nrst
half. The aecond half was a walkaway
for the high school girls, the final score
being: Tecumseh, 19: Wesleyan, 7.
Tne lineup was as ionowsi
Wesleyan Marie Shoaf and Edna
Beecher forward; Pearl Hitchcock and
Anna Hobart, center; Grace Hobart and
Myrtle Loper, guard.
Tecumseh Mabel Buerstetta and Ora
James, forward; Laura Bush and Lottie
Ankina, center: utnei ciark and Eunice
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lng thst la vacant snd one of a very large burglar-proof vault
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