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TIIE OMAnA DAILY liEE: SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1D03.
TRIES IIARD WITnOUT AVAIL
Comb'mt!on of Thc'i Error and Invisible
Hiti Miia Cause of It.
ST. JOSEPH TAKES ANOTHER CLOSE GAME
Dhl Intlarlblr, While Milton Fall.
Hold !) Vlllliin a r !.
' leal Time sad tbe
A cssual glance at Omaha's error column
tHls something of the tale. Another casual
(lance at Its column of hit tells the rest
of It. Of course it ) well to rive a couple
of glances at the respective columns below,
Omaha's utter Inability to touch Dlehl.
Its failure to run bases at critical times
and ragged nld1nglrt short, complete lack
of team work, gave Bt. Joseph the third
game of the series yesterday at Vinton
street park. It was a great disappointment,
as such episodes on woman's day always
are. It was a greater disappointment.
though. In .view of the fact that the
Rangers had just presented two games to
the Mlssourlana In addition to the big
bunch they have been passing out to their
other friends In the Western lesgue.
No great slugging was done by the Jo
Joes, but whenever a hit was actually
needed It came. Milton, however, managed
to fan out nve of the visitors.
Bhugart was- the first Omahan to light
onto Dlehl for a hit. He did it In the
fourth Inning with a clean drive to left, but
Dolan and Wright were unable to follow
him up. The fourth inning saw one of the
most sensational plays -of the season,
Howey, in left field, after a Ions run.
grabbed a drive from Carter's bat, spoiling
a good three-bagger. .
Ronrkeltea Take I,ate Grip,
Omaha started things In the ninth,' but
failed to keep them gotDg long enough.
The inning opened with the score 8 to 1 la
favor of the visitors, ftenlns was at bat,
but disappointed his ardent admirers by
dropping the ball Into McBrlde's hands at
second. Carter cheered the aching hearts
then by poking the spheroid out Into center
for a base, and Frank Bhugart, who had
'tthe crowd with him from the start for that
home run he contributed on his first day
with Omaha, drove the ball into left for
two bases, sending Carter across the plate.
"Oh, If Genins had only got a base,"
some heart-broken fan lamented,
But Genins didn't, and neither did any
body else after that. lo!n tried hrd. He
leaned back and smacked the horsehlde
about as hard as It could stand, seeding it
way out Into deep -center, only to be
gathered in by the ubiquitous Hartman,
who farms that garden for Rohe's beauties,
Poor Bhugart was still on second, pleading
tor some one to save him. But Wright put
an end to the affair by a little poke to
.short that was tossed over to Big Bill
Kemmer at first.
, AB. ft. IB. PO. A. E.
Mayer, as 6 0 113
Rohe, 8b, t 0
Howey, If 4 4
Hartman, cf S 1
Kemmer, lb 4 1
McBrklo, 2b 4 ft
McConnell, c 4 1
Oarvln, rf. 4 ft
Dlehl, p 4 4
9 17 16
" 1 AB.. n. IB. FO.
Genins, cf 3 0 0 3
Carter, rf.'.l.. 1 1 1
Bhugart. lb..,. 4-0 1 1
Dolan, ss. . , 4 0 0
Wright, lb 4 . ft 0
Preston, If 3 10 10
Patterson, 3b 3 0 13 8
Creighton, c , 3 0. 0 7 0
Milton, p 3 0 0 I t
Totals ...3 4 87 13
Bt. Joseph 00030000 13
Omaha 08001000 1-1
Two-base hits: Kemmer, Mayer, Bhugart,
Patterson. Left on bases: Omaha, 2; Bt.
Joseph, i. Bhs.-s on balls: Off Milton, 1;
off Dlehl, 2. Struck out: By Milton, 8; by
Dlehl 2. Double plays: Milton to Wright,
Dolan to Bhugart to Wright. Hit by pitched
bail: Genins. Paased ball: Creighton.
Time: 1:36. Umpire: Mesmer. Attendance,
Dearer Drops Oi
DENVER, May 13. Hart's pitching and
n reurm 11 1 mi lea wuii iiib ipmiic. uwiv.
j . R.H.E.
Peoria 00011301 1-4 US
Denver 1800 00008-881
7 Batteries: Peoria, Hart and Wilson; Den-
ver, Whltrldge and Latimer.
Ragged Game, at gprlags.
COLORADO SPRING.. May 22 Up to
the seventh inning Milwaukee had the lo
cals beat, but McPherson'a weakness and
ragged support allowed the locals to win
the game, bcort:
" ' R.H.E.
Colo. Springs.. 0 0 CI H 22 11 10 2
Milwaukee ... 1. 0 0 3 4 .0 0 0- B IS 1 1
Batteries: Colorado Springs, Jones, Cur.
lis and Doran: Milwaukee, McPherson,
b tuenaori ana Lucia.
rrohtb Do. Soma Batting.
DE8 MOINES, Ma 22.-Des Moines" ter
rific batting won the game today, The
locals batted' two men out of the box and
f J 1
The Stage Coach
of HenrrQiy's tim often carried
famous Ksntuckians. Rare OI4
Sunny Brook wss sure to, be la
evidencg because sveryone knew
that It was distilled in the good
old honest wy and that lu trutciv
leu fUvor and natural puritf
made U an ideal stimulant, v '
Nat agaA. aolorad, atr flvpa-a4
y artificial ohemlosj prsce
SUlIT IR0OI 0HT1LIE8 COW
. itMtwttm Cutf. Kr. .
hammored a third one hard. Attendance,
Ps Moines... 4 M 1 It M -17 10 I
Kansas City.. 0 00000101(4
Btter1w: !" Mnlnas. Cunhman and
Fohi; Kansas City, Wents and Messltt.
Standing at the Teams. ,
Plavad. Won. Lost. P C.
Colorado Springs 21 17 4 .Ml
Milwaukee 19 11 t .671
Ienvr 19 11 I .678
Peoria 19 10 .471
Kansas City 81 I 11 4M
Bt. Joseph 19 I 11 .421
Omaha 1 8 12 .JW3
Dee Molnos 1 U .818
Games today. Bt. Joseoh st Omaha.
Kansas Cltv at Des Moines. Milwaukee at
Colorado 6 prints, Peoria at Denver.
HIGH SCHOOLERS DEFEATED
Inlon Stock Yards Jaalors Bat Oat
a Victory aad Oatield
The Omaha Hls-h school team, winners of
the Intersrholastlc championship, went
down in defeat a the hands of the Union
Stock Tarda Juniors In a snappy game
yesterday afternoon on Crelghton campus.
Adams was In the box for the Juniors
snd had the scholars at his mercy at all
timea. Ten men struck out and wa:xea to
the bench, and only four others found him
for safe hits. The Juniors were in splen
did form and but for two errors, which
cost nothing, plsyed a perfect game.
uutsiae ot tne eigntn inning me Mign
schoolers were unable to score. Greenleaf
pitched splendid ball, but he did not have
tne support that Adams nad. Lowcll i hit
In the eighth brought In the only runs for
the High school Score:
Millar, e 1
Pilrb'thcr, & 1 9 I
Promt, lb.... 19 9
Loa.ll. If.... 9 11
Robartson. lb 9 1 II
Talbot, lb ...
Ronnar. m... I
Ferguson, of. 9
Mlllatl. lb.., 9
cuh.r. if., i
Ynrf.r, lb.... 9 9 I
K.nnard, lb.. 9 11
Sohotaar, rf.. 9 1 9
Asaarao, cf. 9 9 I
arsenic', . 9 9 1
Mc nation, rl. 1
Touii 9 mil :l Touis t 4 nut 4
Juniors 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 04
High school 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 01
Karned runs: Juniors. 1: Hls-h school. 1.
stolen bases: Bohner (Ti. Kennard. Rasa
on Dans: ore Adams, 3; off Oreenleaf, 3.
Hit by pitched ball: Bohner. Struck out
ay Aaams, 10; by Oreenlear. 7. Passed
balls: Falrbrother, 1; Miller, 1. Double
niay; nohner to Talbot to Hachten. Time
1:20. Umpire: Englehart.
BALL PLAYERS ON A STRIKE
aad Then Proceed
a Gam ta K.nex
LINCOLN. Neb.. Mav 22 fSneclal Tele
gram.) Five) Dlavers on the tlniversltv of
Nebraska base ball team went on a strike
inasy against tne methods of the athletic
board; an hour later they capitulated and
then aided their team mates In loslna- a
game to Knox college by the close score of
. inepiayers oojeoted to the refusal
of the bua.ru tw rni ihem sweaters with
the prised "N" emhlasoned In red on the
bosom, as a recognition of their prowess on
the diamond. The board had voted to give
the players "N" caps Instead of sweaters
as a measure of economy. The insurgents
or an nour resisted me pleadings of Cap
tain Townsend. but finally a-ave in and con
sented to play, declaring, however, that the
sweaters must be forthcoming before the
South Dakota game next week or else their
names will not be found on the lineup.
Johnson, Longanecker, Hood, 8helmer and
Morse are ' the recalcitrants, all freshmen
and new to the team. exceDtlne- Hood.
ins uom.nusKers neiaea execrably today
and practically made Knox a deliberate
S resent of the latter's victory. Shortstop
ohnson scored five errors, three of them
resulting In runs. Beltzer pitched a strong
same, uui weanenea in me nnai innine- in
face of miserable support and Knox ham-
merea out two scores, rueuraska amassed
four earned runs In the three opening Inn
ings, but thereafter could not find Esslck
tor consecutive ruts, score
jvnox d s 0 1 1 1 0 0 3 ff
Nebraska 2 1 1 0 ft 0 0 0 04 ft
Batteries: Knox. Esslck and ZalnaUv:
v Knox, aad Creighton. (
The Knox college base ball team vin
arrive here from Lincoln Saturday morn
ing and meet the local collegians on
creignton university neia at 3:30 n. m
Knox plays Nebrsska university Friday
and comes to Omaha for the final game
oi m inp. i no visitors are very strong,
having won eleven out ot twelve games
piayea, ine unv-up:
Lynch.. v.... Second
.. First ..
.. Left ..
. Right .
Soath Dakota Collegiate Coateats.
HURON. B. D.. May 22.-(Speclal Tele
E ram.) The oratorical content of the South
iskota Intercollegiate association resulted
In giving first place to Mlsa Anna Bars tad
of Yankton and second to Alfred Wenx of
Mitchell. In athletics today Brook nss won
most of the prises, Saeger1 being first In the
zo-yara nuraie ana in tne ra-yara run.
Port was first In tlie half-mile dash, while
the two-mile run and relay races went to
the .same city.- Kingsbury of Mitchell won
the- half-mile bicycle race. The game of
base bail between urooklngs and Mitchell
was won by Mitchell. . . ., '
Hamholdt Wins How Game.
HUMBOLDT." Neb.. May 23.-(SpeclaI.)-
j n aus city nrst team came up yester
day afternoon and met a like aggregation
rrom mis city on tne nome grounas, giving
the locals a chance to win their first game
for the season. A fair-slxed crowd wss In
attendance, but the playing was most too
slow to te or much interest. The score
boldt. Unh. Weaver and" Wilson; Falls City
Kuegge ana fotert. mrucK out: My Linn
; by Weaver. 4; by Ruegge, 12. Hits
Humboldt, 10; Falls City, 3.
Lawyers aad Bankers Play Ball.
HASTINGS. Neb.. May M-(Speclal Tele
gram. V As clever an exhibition of base ball
as It should be nlaved by professionals ws
put up nere tnis arternoon ty tne lawyers
and bankers of this city. The feature of
the game was Judge Dungan'a home run.
The bankers won otit by a score of 4 to 3.
The umpire maintained order by carefully
manipulating a large six-ahooter. Batteries:
Bankers, I-ane and Johnson; lawyers, Mc
Clelland and Morey. Umpire: Breede.
Baaeraft Defeats Lyons.
BANCROFT. Neb.. May 22.-(Speclal.)
The Bancroft base bati team went to Lyons
yesterday, wnere tney aereatea tne lyons
nine, the score being 5 to 8. The first game
waa played here, In which Lyons sustained
a shutout. Battertea: Hancroft, Tarrant
; and Harvey; Lyons, Taylor and Provost.
8truck out: By Tarrant, 12; by Provost, 7.
Aaattsn Wis Another.
The Yellowhammers went down In de
feat to the Amateurs , 7 to 3. The features
of the game were furnished by the fielding
of Morley, Shields, Deck snd Chrlstensen.
1 Batteries: Amateura, Bmlth and McCul
I lough; Yellowhammers, Klrklsnd and Han
sen. - Games la Three-I Leagae.
At Bloomlngton Bloomlnrton. 2: Rock-
At leeetur Decatur, 8; Mvenport, O.
At Kocg isisna mock isiana. 4: cedar
At jollet UuDuque, ; JOMot, 2.
Shats Oat the Blnffs.
SIOUX FALLS. S. D.. May 23.-t8ieelel
Telegram.) In the second game here this
afternoon between the Sioux Falls and
Council Bluffs teams of the Iowa-South
Dakota league Sioux Falls won, Mo 4
English Cemsaeat aa Yacht. '
LONDON. Msy 22-There have been few
comments In the newspspers thus fsr on
ths Reliance s performance ana such as
have appeared are congratulatory. The
Evening News says:
i "Her victory Is ss welcome In Englsnd
as lit America and Interest In the races
has been distinctly stimulated by the fact
that both the challenger and the cup de.
fender are new noaia and that ea.cn is
superior to, the previous competition."
Yacht foastltatlaa Is Repaired.
NEW YORK. Mar tt.-The cud yacht
Constitution has been cleaned and the dam
age It sustained at City Island repaired.
It will be refloated today and Is expected
to sail In the rsce with Reliance and Co
LONDON. May 12 -Alt Shrubh. on the
London Athletic cluh s grounds, today, ri
three miles In 14:17 1-8. heating the world s
record by nearly te seconds.
I11CAG0 BUSY IN THE FIFTH
Makes Enough Bung in that Inning to
Cinch the Game.
SEVEN HITS AND TALLY FOR EACH ONE
New York Also Wins aad the Tvra
Teams Are 8111 5eck aad Keek
for Leadership la Na
PHILADELPHIA, May 22. A base on
balls, followed by seven singles off Fraser
In the fifth Inning, gave Chicago more than
enough runs to win today's game from
Philadelphia. Attendance, 6,134. Score:
R H O A K
Thosiaa, cf.. 1 I 4 9 9
Barrr. It.... s t 1
Wolr't's, lb. 1 I I 4 9
Kalater, rf.. 1 1 I 9 9
Glraaon, lb . 9 9 I 9 9
Rraahaar, lb. 1 1 I 9 9
Hulawltl, M. 9 I 1 4 1
Zlmmcr, e... 9 9 4 I 9
Fraar, p.... 9 9 4 1 9
iDoilaat . 9 9 9 4 9
xxDootn ... 9 9 9 9 9
I UlM T 1
4 14 17 t 1
xQleason out for interference.
xxBstted for Zlmmer in the ninth.
xxxBatted for Fraser in the ninth.
Chicago 00007000 18
Philadelphia o o w o s i o
Earned runs: Chicago, 6; Philadelphia, 1.
Two-base hits: Tinker, Hulswltt. Three
base hit: Jones, Sacrifice hit: Barry.
Double plays: Evers to Tinker to Chance,
Evers to Chance. Left on bases: Chicago,
6; Phlladelphis, B. First base on balls:
Off Wicker, 2; oft Fraser, 2. Struck out:
By wicKer, s; tiy jjTaser, t. jrassea dbiis:
Jvling, dimmer. aimo: ' i:v. umpire:
Gothamltes Merely Hike.
NEW YORK. May 22. Owing to wlldness.
Lovett was relieved In the aecond inning
by Souders, who pitched well up to the
eighth Inning, when he forced in two runs
with bases on balls. Tsylnr Ditched steadily
and effectively. Attendance, 4,380. Boore:
NEW YORK. ' 9T. LOUI8.
R H O A E l ' R.H.O.A.B.
Brnarna, rf.. 1 0 1 9 0 Parrall, lb.. 0 4 1 I 1
Braan'h'S, of I 9 A 9 II Donovan, rf. 1 1 I 0 0
MoOann, lb.. 0 I 11 9 IjKraoot, cf... 9 119 9
1119 0, BralB.' lb.... 0 9 111
9 9 11 1 Hackatt, lb. 9 9 T I 0
19 19 OlNlchola. If... 9 9 9 9 9
9 9 1 4 9 Williams, as. 4 I 4 I 1
1 9 T 9 0 lO'Nelll, ... 9 9 9 1 0
19 11 o!lotU, p.... 9 9 9 9 4
- baundera, p. 9 9 0 4 1
I I 17 IS 41
Total! ... 1 i 14 17 4
New York 1 0 0.0 1 0 0. 8
Bt. Louis 0 0001 00001
First base on errors: New York, 8; St.
Tenuis. 3. Left on bases: New York. 8:
St. Louis. 3. First base ' on balls: Off
Taylor. 1: off Lovett. 2: off Souders. 8.
Struck out: By Taylor, ; by Lovett, 1;
by Souders, 2. Two-base hits: McQann,
Mcrtes. Bacrlnce nits: tJrowne, iunn.
Gilbert. Stolen bases: Mertes. Williams,
Duuble plays: Gilbert to McOann, Taylor
to McOann. Williams to Hackett to Brain.
Hit bv Ditched ball: By Souders, 1. Wild
pitch: Lovett. Time: 1:40. Umpire: John
Boston Falls to Pieces.
ROSTON. May 22. Boston went to pieces
In the ninth Inning today and Cincinnati
had no trounie cunoning tne game, fiatt.
who was sent in to pitch for MalarKey in
that inning, gave two passes and was
touched for a single, a double and a triple.
Kelley and Pelts were put out ot the game
Dy umDire jmsue tor protesting oecisions.
Attendance, z.cxu. score:
R.H.O.A.E.t , K.H.O.A.K.
K.ll.T. If... 1 1 9 9 9 Daitar. ef... 1 14 4 9
Morrlaaar. If. 1 9 1
o u laonay, id... A a IA v v
Baymour, cf. 1 II
4 4 Ab'ttchlo. lb 0 9 4 I 9
Uonlln. rf-lb 9
Btainfeldt, lb 9
Corcoran, as. 9
Masoon, lb.. 9
Plata, lb I
Cretan, :-t... 9
Barf an, e.... 1
Earing, p.... 1
8 XCoolaj, It.... 1119 9
1 OlStanlar, rf.. 9 9 9 9 9
I 9Ora'r, lb 1 I 4 I
1 Auhm. aa... 9 9 19
9' l Moran. e 9 1 4 1 4
9 1 Malarka. p. 1 I 9 1 9
9 9 Plait, p 9 9 4 4 9
9 0 xCarnay .... 9 9 9 9 9
Totals ... I 19 17 I ll Tatala ... 4 I 17 U I
xBatted- for Piatt.
Cincinnati 00202 0 00
Boston 0 0 8 0 0 0- 1 ft0 4
' Earned runs: Boston. 4: Cincinnati. Z.
Two-base hits: Coolev. Stelnfeldt. Bergen.
Three-base hits: Kelley, Malarkey, Stein-
feldt. Btolen Dase: Auorey. uouoie piays
Abattlchlo to Tennev. Stelnfeldt to Donlln
First base on balls: Off Malarkey, 4; off
Ewing, 1; off Piatt. 2. 8truck out; By
Malarkey, 4; by Ewing, b. massed nail
Moran. Time; 2:12. Umpire: Emslle.
Jones Was aa Easy- Mark.
BROOKLYN. Mav 22. Pittsburg won to
day from Brooklyn, the visitors batting
Jones freily. Umpire O'Day ordered Hitter
out of the game for kicking In the seventh
inning. Attendance, 3,iV. score:
Cf 4 I I 9 0!
SbarkaH. If. 1 0 1 1
Clarke. It.... 4
Sabrtng. rf.. 1
Wacnar, as.. 1
Brananala, lb 1
Laacn, lb... 1
Pbalpa, c... 4
Dobanr, p .. 4
Oobba, of..,. 19 9
McCraedta, rf 1 1 I
Uorla, lb.... 1 I 14
Totala ...11 II If II 1
,4 T 17 17 4
xBatted for Jones In ninth.
Pittsburg 2 0 2 0 1
Brooklyn 3 0 1 0 0
14 1 1-12
1 0 0 0-8
Earned runs: Pittsburg. 0,
. Left on
bases: Brooklyn. 6: Pittsburg, t. Two
base hits: Clarke (I),' Rituhey (2), Jordan.
Three-base hit: Kltter. Stolen bases:
Beaumont (2). Wagner. Doyle. Double
plays: Flood to Doyle, Dahlen to Flood to
Doyle, Wagner to Rltchey-to Bransheld.
Bacrlllce hits: Bebrlng, Flood. First base
on balls: Off Jones, 1, off Doheny, 4. First
base on errors: Brooklyn, 1; Pittsburg, 1.
Hit by pitched ball: By Doheny, 1. ciiruek
out: By Jones, 2; by Doheny, J. Passed
balls: By Phelps, 8. Wild pitch: Doheny.
Time: 1:67. Umpire: O'Day.
Standing at tne Teams.
Played Won. Lost,
, 33 20
Pittsburg at Brooklyn.
Chicago at Philadelphia, Cincinnati at Bos
ton, tJt. Louis at New York.
GAMES IN AMERICAN LEAGUE
Wallace Makes a Sensational Catch
and Saves the Day for St.
8T. LOUI9. May 22. Wallace saved the
game for St. Louis today by a sensational
catch of a liner off Ferris' bat In the ninth
Inning. Two men were on bases at the
time with but one out and the double play
resulting from Wallace's catch retired the
side. Slever was unsolvable up to the sev-
enth Inning, not a hit Deing made up to
that time. Then he let down and came
near losing out, Boston taking advantage
ot every mlsplay made. Attendance, 3,100.
T. LOl'IS. I BOSTON
r h o a k I r h o.a a.
Burkatt. If., e 14 1 Deusherlr. If I t
Helilrlck, ef. t 1 4
S 0 Col Una, lb... 1 e 1 t I
4 O hrl.o, at., till
1 S Praamas, rf . 4 4 1 4 4
Hemphill, rf. 1 I I
Wallac. aa. . 1 I I
Aadaraoa, lb 4 II
kuror'k. lb. t 1 4
rn.l, lb Ill
Sugdan, t I
Slaiara, p... 114
4 Parent, aa... I I I I
I I LaCbanca. lb I 10 4 4
4 t Farria, lb.... 1 1 I I
S Bmllh, c.
I 0 WlDlara, p
1 t I I
1 4 4 4 4
ToUla ... 4 11 17 II II Totala ... 4 4 14 14 I
St. Louis 1 0041000
Boston 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 8 0
Earned runs: Bt. Louis. 1; Boston. L
Two-base hits: Wallace. O'Brien. Three-
base hits: Uurkett. Parent. Sacrifice hit
Anderson. Double plays: Wallace to An
derson. B alien bases: Heldrlck, (2). Hemp
hill. First baae on balls: Off Winter. 1:
off Slever, 2. Struck out: By Winter, 2;
by Slever, 2. I-eft on bases: St. Iouls. 8;
Boston, a. lime; i:j. umpire; tsnenaan.
Eleaea laalnga at Cblcaga'
CHICAGO, May 22. The visitors were de
feated today In a hard fight lasting eleven
innings. Attenasnce, s.sou. ecore:
CH1CAOO. i New YORK.
R.H.O. A C I B.H.O.A.C
Hallaus. If. e e e e Davla. If 1 1 I 1
Jonaa. cf 1 14 4 Kaalar, rf... I I 4.C
Uraaa. rf.... 1 4 4 4 Fulla. cf.... 1111
Callahan, lb 0 1 It Wnuansa, lb I 1 I I
laball, lb.,.. I 14 4 Ganaal. lb... 4 II I
Paly, tb 4 4 18 Coaror. lb... 4 4 114
Tann.hlll. sal 1 I I Long, aa 114 4
M-rarlan4, a I 4 I O't'onaor. e.. 4 4 I I 4
Pallaraua. p. 4 4 4 4 4 Cbeabro. p... 4 I 4
TsUls ... I 4 M la 1 Totals ... I 4xlt 1
xTwo out when winning run scored.
Chicago a 014440000 1 I
New York 0 00000100 01
I .eft on bases: Chlcsgo. 3: Nsw York. 8.
Two-bsae hit: Green. Sacrifice hits: Is-
bell. Gansel. "Pstterson Stolen tases: Fulls
, Long, aiuua out; by Pauarsoii, ti by
Cheshro. 3 Bases on halls: Off Patterson,
4: off rheehrn, 1. Wild pitch: Tstterson.
Hit with ball: Oanset. Visits. Time: 1:46.
Umpires: C'arruthers and Hassett.
At Cleveland Cleveland Washington
k , rw.- , ...... n. 4 -air.
At Detroit betrolt-Fhlladelplila
' Staadlagf ot tho Teams.
Flsyed. Won. Lost. P C.
14 10 oH!
15 11 .677
13 11 .842
15 13 Mi
1J 14 ' .401
12 14 .42
10 13 .435
8 18 .31)7
New York ...
(it. Louis ....
Osmes today: Wsshlngton at Detroit.
Philadelphia at Cleveland, New York at St.
Louis, B'iston st Chtsrgo.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION GAMES
I.oalsTllle Wins Oat la a RIx-IbbIbbs
Contest with- the Mis-
KANSAS CITY. Mav 22 MeOaughey's
wlldness snd the stupid base running of the
locals gave tne game to louisviue. i ne
game was called at the end of the sixth
Inning to allow Louisville to catch a train
Attendance, 1,100. Score:
Korwln, rf.. 1 1 9 9
nar. cf 4 0 4 4 4
Clymr, It... 1 9 4 1
Sullivan, lb. 1 14 4
Shrlar, c. 9 1 4 1
Malonar, c. 4 I I 0 1
Nanoa, lb.,.. 9 119 9
ilraily, lb.... 1 I 9 9 9
Odwall, cf... 9 9 9 9
Scbaub, lb., 9 4 1 I
Volx. aa 9 9 11
RotMuaa. rf. 1 1 9 9 9
Knoll, it 9 119 9
aa.... 1119 9
UrAn'wa. lb. 9 1 1 I 1
ChlMa. lb... 9 9 19
W'alkar, p.... 19 19
rOang-, p. 9 9 9 1 9
.-. McD'M. p 9 9 9 I 9
,4 8 II I
ID. McD'14. 9 9 9 9 9
Totals ... I 1x17 l l
xBatted for C. McDonald in sixth.
xxVlox out on bunt strike.
Louisville 1 0 0 0 8 04
Kansas City 0 0 0 8 0 0-1
Iwo-base hits: Knoll. McAndrews, Sulli
van, uennever. Home run: Leewe. Sac
rifice hits: Kno!l, Sullivan, Schaub. Stolen
bases: Kerwln (2), Odwell Base on balls:
Off McOaughey. b: IT Walker. 3. Struck
out: By McOaughey, 2: by Walker. 4. Inn-
iiiks pucnea; inciiaugney, ivi; oy mcuon
ald, 1. Hits: Off McGaughey. 8. Left on
oases: Kansas city, o; Louisville, 3. Time:
1:30. Umpire: Foreman.
In Suite ot Saints' Bfforts.
ST. PAUL, Minn., May 22. In spite of
the faot that Bt. Paul earned both of Its
runs and oulbatted Columbus two to one.
tne latter won toaav s same. Attendance.
R.H.O A C,
Bannon, rf.. 4 9
Ulaaaon, aa.. I 0
Thonay, If... 0 4
Turner, lb... 1 1
Mallor, lb... 9 1
Brlowall, cf, 9 0
Hay mar, lb., 4 9
Fox, c 9 9
McMacklo, p. 4 1
0 Shannon, cf. 9 I 9 9 1
V Jackaon. rf.. 114 4 4
olo.lar, It 114 9 0
0 Marcan, aa... 9 9 111
0 Wheeler, tb. 9 1 1 1 0
Hunglna, lb. 9 1 1 4
Keller, lb... 4 19 4 9
tulllran, c. 9 1 T 9 1
Hewart, p... 0 9 4 S 4
ToUla ... I (ill I ' Total! ... 1 14 17 11 I
xKelly out, hit by batted ball.
Columbus 00020100 03
Bt. Paul 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 02
Earned runs: St. rul,,2. Two-base hits:
Muggins. Turner. Three-base hit: Jack
son. Home run: Jackson. Btolen bases:
Wheeler, Turner. Struck out: By Stewart,
7. Hit by Stewart: Gleason. Left on
bases: St. Paul, b; Columbus, 2. Time:
l.io. Umpire: Mullane.
Millers Do It Easily.
MINNEAPOLIS. May ' 22. Minneapolis
took the last game of the series from To
ledo here today.- Attendance, 1,700, Score:
. i . TOLEDO.
Barnard, cf.. 1 I 0 9 0
Relating, aa. 9
Klelnow, It.. 1
Oweae. lb... 9
Connora, lb. 9
Snrtthi rf..., 9
Smith, rf ... Ill
Yeager, c 111
Mcintyre, lb 1 4 9
Spoonar, lb.. 9 19
Ojrler. aa.... 9 1 I
Martin, lb... 9 1 4
Tboaua. p.., 9 19
! Totals ... 4 1U2I 11
I I 14 It 1 I
xRelsllng out on bunt-strikes.
Minneapolis ........ 4 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 x-4
0 0 0 0-2
Toledo 2 0 0 0 4
Earned runs: Minneapolis,' 2. Two-base I
hlt! Mrfrmrr. llvlrtr'" KIHnnv. 'Phraa. I
base hit: Barnard. Home 'run: Klelnow.
First,, base on balls.- pit -.Thomas, 3; off
Tristan, o. Diruua uui,jr ry . i nomus. i; oy 1
Cristall, 8. Double playt ,CTttll to Owens
to uoanors. eaqrince int. , iteiaung. etoien
bases: rAlcIntyre. Owens. Passed ball:
Butler. Left on 4ases: Minneapolis, 10;
Toledo, 9. Tlme 1:85., Umpires; Moran
MILWAUKEE, May 22. With the score
I to 1 in favor of Milwaukee, the Milwau-kee-lndlanapolls
game -was called In the
second Inning on account of log.
Standing ot the Teams.
Played. Won. Loat. P.C.
Games today: Toledo at Bt. Paul. Colum
bus at Minneapolis, Indianapolis at Kansas
City, Louisville at Milwaukee.
LADY STRATH MORE JAKES LEAD
Wins Featare Event at St. Loals Fair
Gressi Track After Making
aa Easy Start.
ST. LOUIS. May 21 Lady Btrathmore
after a brief drive down the stretch won
the fourth race at a mile and a sixteenth,
the feature of today's csrd at the fair
grounds. She tlttled to the head ot the
stretch, then came on and challenged Mai-
iter and won going away. Deubchland, at
1 to 2, had his hands full beating Baa d'Or
in the third. Track good. Results:
First race, five and one-half furlongs:
One More won, Legation second. Uoodler
Ihrd. Tim: l:0Hi.
Second race, four and one-half furlongs:
tturrows won, ur mrivinney secona, .bast-
em Walters third. Time: o:67V4.
Third race, six furlongs: Deutschland
won, Bas d Or, second. Light Opera third.
Fourth race, mile and one-sixteenth:
I-ady St rath more won, Malster second, W.
ts. Mates tnira. rimer i:.
Fifth race, one mile: Blanco wen. Vlrgle
a or second, iutiy ciyae tnua. Time:
Sixth race, six and one-half furlongs:
Duela won. Dr. Bcharf 1 aecond. Sweet
Dream third, lime: i:a.
CHICAGO. May 22. The snrlns meetlne
at Worth concluded today. Tomorrow the
racing anirta to tlawtnorne, where the 810.-
OHO Hawthorne handicap is a tempting prise
I or tne nrst cara.
The card at Worth today waa marred bv
numerous scratches, owing to a heavy rain
aat nignt. wmcn maae tne track about
4 seconds alow. The feature event was ths
handicap at a mile and seventy yards, in
which Rankin and Flying Torpedo were
tho choices, with Linguist, an American
Derby candidate, a close third. Linguist
won the race In a desperate drive, with
Rankin, only a neck separating them at
the wire. - weather clouoy ana warm; track
First race, five furlongs: Glisten. OS fP
Phillips), 18 to I. won; Ladv Freeknight, 106
vri em j p. s,v wwhu ami icu, iio v & ctii jt
Beoona race, aeven runones: ciracloua.
1A9 ll U'llliamaS 14 A 1 wmrsM IT. . 1 1 ku Lr V
fag. t iinaiiia;, . wuti, a,' M"i'dt n, isa
(HoliMnt), 10 to 1. second; Safeguard, 97 (P.
rninips). 7 to i. tniro. l ime: ijo.
i nird race, six ruriongs: r ake, ut (l)oml-
nlck). 8 to 2. won: Goody Two Shoes. 96 (J.
Burton). 16 to 8, second; Ooctor Worth. 93
IKoriDinsi. s to I, tnira. t ime: i:it.
Fourth rsce, one mile and seventy yards:
Linguist, ltvt (Henryi. 11 to d. won: Rankin.
C2 (.Bobbins), J to 1, second; Hermencla, 96
H fniuius). to l. intra, rime: 1:47.
Finn race, six furlongs; Balnt Minor, 103
w. nnapp), i to o. won; Autumn Leaves.
106 (Henry), 4 to 1, second; L'ranlum, 8j
(Treanor). to 1. tnird. rime- 116H.
Sixth race, one mile and a sixteenth: Sid
ney Sabath. 96 (H. Phillips), 7 to 1, won;
Menry oi r ranatamar, iuj lacniuing), s to 8,
second; Omdurman, 107 (J. Booker), 2 to 1,
tnira. Time: i:m.
CINCINNATI. May 22. -The first steeple
chase ot tne meeting wss run at Latonla
today and resulted In the suspension of
Jockey Msttler, who rode Mike Rlce.'one of
the betting choices. While apparently the
boy did his best to win Judgs Price did nut
think the horse ran tip to his form and set
down the Jockey Indefinitely. The rsce wss
won by Mrs Grannan. Only one favorite
won. The track was slew and lumpy. Re
First rsce, six and a half furlongs: Goo
Goo, US (S. Bonner), 4 to 1, won; Phosphor
ous, luo (t,uis). eu to l. secono; Mortnwlnd,
Ida (Stevens), i to t. tnira. rime: i:.'H,
Second race, five furlongs: Wenrlck, 100
(Roberts). 8 to 1. won; Uocior Cartledge. 102
(Henderson), 20 to 1. second: Requisite, H'3
(Helgerson), to ft. tnira. Time: 1:1.
Third race, steeplechase, short course:
Mrs. Gran us n. 128 (Peters), 4 to 1, won:
6a u her. 146 (J. Carter), 11 to 1, second: Pst
Boy, ll i (U. Browni, r to X. tnird Time:
Fourth race, five and a bait furlonss: An-
tolee, 100 (S. Bonner). 7 to 2. won; Oovernor
Bayers, to. (Stevens), 3 to 1. sei-ond; Bean.
107 (Romanelll). 20 to 1. third. Time: 1:10.
F fth rsce. one ml e: Choice. Hfl (Roman-
ellll, 10 to 1. won; Tufts, W (3. Bonner), 4 to
1, second; Flsneur. 110 (t'rowhurst), I to 2.
third. Time: 1:4"V4.
Alath mr siv wnd a half fnrlonss: Fleil-
iron, ii; (Bruny), i to l. won; yuis ii, nn is.
lie (Helgerson), 8 to 1, third. Time: 1:2)1.
NEW YORK. Mav 22-Dovecote won the
t.alety stakes nt Morris Tsrk today. Eight
hlgh-clsss fillies faced the starter for this
event, with Julia M. the fevorlte snd Dove
cote second choice. Contentious lasted long
enough to beat Tepee for the second place.
First rsce. last seven furlongs of tns
Withers' mile: Btevedore. 1st (Hullman), 14
to 6. won: New York. 129 (Odoml. 14 to 8.
second; Futurita, lOo (Gannon), 7 to I, third.
Second race, last five furlongs of Eclipse
course: Golden Drop, 107 (J. Martin), to 1,
w .... r',.,.l..nn. 1,(7 fllcnnnnt A A 1 -
vd;'.L,rt,J,,,v- io' lBurn"' 4,10 'mrA-
Third ra-e. the Unlety stakes, tne last
four furlongs of the Eclipse course: Dove
cote, 115 (Gannon), 6 to 8. won; Contentious,
112 (Hullman), b to l, second: Tepee, iu
(Burns), 8 to 1, third. Time: 0:62.
Fourth rsce, last seven furlongs or tne
Withers' mile: Meltonlan. 8 (Martin). to
1, won; Pentrost, 118 tO'Nell). 7 to 1, second;
lngoid. luu (Gannon). to l, tnira. Time:
1 .... .. ...
ruin race, tne iiners mils: r am, m
(McOovern), 6 to 1. won; Bar Leduce, 88
iSchoen). to 2. second; Olennevts, 100 (Ful
ler), 15 to 1, third. Time: 1:42.
Blxth race, one mile snd a sixteenth, over
the hill: Surmise, 86 (Haack), 6 to 1, won;
Blues, 128 (Fuller), 8 to 6, second; Injunc
tion. 10S (Gannon). 6 to 1. third. Time:
GRINNELL WINS FIRST PLACE
East Dee Moines Secarrs geeoad la
Btata High School Athletlo
ORINNELL. la.. May 22 (8neclal Tele
gramsThe eighth annual State High
school track meet was won by Orlnnell
with a score of 33. East Des Moines was
second with 28. The results were aa fol
lows: one hundred-yard dash: Longshore of
Orlnnell first, Mlllap&ugh of Davenport
second. Time; 0:10 2-6.
Pole vault: W. Davis of Cresco first.
Rusaell of Wes Des Moines second. Height
10 feet b Inches.
One hundred and twenty-yard hurdle: Mo
Cord of North Des Moines first, W. Davis
of Cresco second. Time: 0:17 4-5.
Half-mile run: Tim e of Orlnnell and
Beard of East Des Moines tied for first.
Hammer throw: Russell ot OsKaloosa
first. Allen of Harlan second. Distance:
123 feet 8 Inches.
One hundred and twenty-yard dash: Long
shore of Orlnnell first, liongdon of Orln
nell second, rime: o:.3i-o.
Two-mile bicycle: Taylor of East Des
Moines first, Carlson of East Dea Moines
second. Time: 7:08.
Two hundred and twentv-vard hurdle
Murnhy of Ida Grove first, west McCord
of North Des Moines second. Time: 0:38 1-6.
Twelve-pound shot put: Oilley of Orlnnell
nrst, Tayior oi bast Les Moines second
Distance: 41V Inches.
Half-mile b eye e: Taylor of East Des
Molr.cs nrst, Dow cf Davenport second,
Four hundred and forty-yard dash: E.
Davis of Cresco first, Hongdun of Orlnnell
second. Time: 0:53 2-5.
Broad lump: MlllxpauKh of Davenport
nrst, Liongsnore or urinneu secona. Dis
tance: 20 feet 4 inches.
U . L , . V. 1. 1,1, U K . I1DU.UD , 1. 1 U , , 1 ..(0.,
W. Davis of Crcsoo second. Distance: 100
feet ivt Inches.
Mile run: R. Andrews of East Des
Moines, first, Tlmle ot Grinnell second,
Boxlag Match Is Off.
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cial Telegram.) The Engllsh-Leroy boxing
contest, whloh was to have been held here
during carnival week, has been declared oft
by the management owing to tne interior.
ence of Governor Mickey.
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