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TlllS OMAIIA DAILT "REE: fiUNDAT, MAY 24, 1003.
PA FINALLY - WINS A GAME
Zkft of Series with the Ftinti Fails to tb
MAHER SERIOUSLY HURT IN THE PLAY
trains His Bark While Patting; Oat
Dolaai at Seeoad MeBrlde Ala
Forced Oat of Gam by
Omaha look tha laat of th aeries from
the Saint yesterday through superior hit
ting and clean fielding. It was a pretty
gam and fast played and the score atood I
to 0 when the duet rolled away.
Companion pitched a Bleed, beady game
and had clearly the bent of It all the time.
while Chlni), who took the place of Oladc
In the fourth, waa hit almost at will and
quite hard, too. Olade was a pussle to the
Rourkeltee while he was In and his Rooee
veltlan stare grew broader and more gen
erous as things went on.
Metier was badly hurt In tbe first Inning
while making the pretty play of the game.
With two men out and Bhugart on second
and Doinn on first, Wright banged out a
hot f one in the direction of second 'and
Maher scooped It up and fell on his face
with It, but half roee and threw himself
on the second bag, putting out Dolan. In
the effort he strained his back and was
taken to the hospital, where his Injuries
were attended to.
MeBrlde Gets Spiked.
In the first of the fourth Inning, with two
men out, MeBrlde on third and HcConnel
en first, they ' caught McConnel between
first and second and Bhugart forced him
part way back and then' threw to Patter
son, who touched MeBrlde a couple of feet
oft the base and Incidentally spike htm In
the forearm, necessitating his stopping
piny." Olade was put at first and Chlnn
went Into the box and the stufl was all
off so far as the Balnts were conoerned.
The injuries to the Saints necessitated a
general change In the makeup of the team
and they were greatly handicapped by the
Irf the fourth Omaha gathered two runs
.on a fielders' eholoa, Patterson's double to
left and a single by Thomaa. In the fifth
they added two more on an error of Olade
on "Tirst and a swiped ball by Bhugart
which went through Hartman and Oarrln
and didn't stop until they both had swung
round the four corners. The last run
came two innings later, when Bhugart
Started out by getting a clean double and
went . to third on Dolan'e out.' Wright
then let one ripple off of his bat and It
waa good for single and more than enough
to seore' Bhugart.
: saints Beach Third Only.
Several times the Balnts got men on third.
hut the v never could tret any closer and it
... i'B.1." m. .11 nr th. iim
Ia. vM Wknl. ... v,t. Kn,h of ball
. - i
lossers win romp aroung ini iivuuua
the enjoyment of the multitude and Kid
Nichols will do the twisting himself. Ecore:
i : OMAHA
AB. R. IB. PO. A. B.
Genlna, rf 4
ShuKtrt, 2b 4
Dolan. ss. .... I
Wrlfc-St. lb -4
Prneton, It 4
Pa Hereon, Sb 4
Thomaa, c 4
Companion, p S
0 1 14
0 o i o
1 1 0 &
I 14 0
0 .1 10
II 2 I
0 a t
0 0.0 4
1 t XI ' 17
AB. R. IB. PO.
powmari,' rf..... 0 .
Maher, np, ........ 1 ; 0
Kohe, Ib 4 0
Howey, If 0
HartmuO. of-ss.. ...... 4 0
Kemmer. lb-2b 4 0
Chlnn. p. . 0- . 0
MoUHde, 2b. ......,.. 2 "0 1
AioConnel, c.'.." 10 0
Garvin, rf-ct t 4 ,0
Glade, p-lb S 0 0
Totals.... ...SI 0 14 10
St. Joseph 00000000 0-0
Earned runs; Omaha. 1. Two-base 'hits
Preston, Patterson, Shugart, Rone. Three-
base hit: Kohe. Sacrifice hits: Carter,
Howey.' , Stolen -bases-: Wright, Hartman.
Bases on ba.ls: Off Companion. 1: off Qlade.
1; off Chlnn, 1. Struck out: By Compan
ion, 4; by Olade. I; by Chlnn, 1. Hit by
pitcher: By Glade. I; by Chlnn, L Passed
ball: MoConneL Left on bases: Omaha,
t; SL Joeeph. 7. , Umpire: Meaamer. Time;
l.s. Attenuance, i.ftou.
. Brewers Ge . to . Defeat.
COLORADO SPRINOS. Colo.. May 23.-
X batting rally In the sixth when four
sing.ee, a eaerltlce and a horns run netted
ove runs and won the last game of the
- I series far in loruua loflav. Hnora:
. . R.H. US,
Colo. Springs.. .0 S000I10 80
4 Milwaukee 0 01000000-174
Batteries: For Milwaukee. Sea and Lucia:
for Colorado Springs, JNswmeyer and Star-
Fearteea Innings at Dea Moines.
' DBS MOINES. May tt.-0'Leary's error
In tbe first half of tbe fourteenth inning
this afternoon lost the same tor Pes
Moines. Up to that time both teams played
wonaerrui oau. it wae a piicner s hiui
tbouahout. Attendance. l-0u. Score:
Xsneas City.O 0000000000001-1 14 1
bee Moines .0 0000000000000-0 4 4
Batteries: Dee Moines, Barry and Mar-
eaalli Kansas cuty, Mesa ana Meesut.
Means Baa Wins tha Game,
DENVER, May tS. Hartsal's home sun
In the third Inning won aie game tor
Denver. The soore:
Batteries! Denver, Barber and Latimer;
Peoria, Ailoway and Wilson.
Standing ef the Tensas. .
Played. Won. Lost.
(lame- tarfavt Kansas City at Omaha,
St. Joeeph at Des Moines, Peoria at Colo
rado Springs, Milwaukee at Denver.
GAMES IN NATIONAL LEAGUE
Doaovaa'a flayer e Show Marked ." Im
provement la Work la Ganae
with Kew -Yek'e Teauav.
wrur vnnif Utr 2X Donovan's SL
IauIi nlavera ahowed a wonderful Improve-
ment In their work here today and won out
In the tenth Inning. The visitors looked
Ilka aura winners until Mike O'Nell wa
vered Hi the ninth, when two runs were
made off him. which tied tbe score. A base
on balla, 'Wagner's bad throw and Browne's
muff of Braoot s py gave di. .uouie tne
winning run in tne extra inning, uonovan
was put out of the game In tha seventh
for klokinat. John O'Nell waa hit on the
head with a Ditched ball In the fourth
inning and knocked out. After several
mluutea. he-revived and played aa Cleverly
as though nothing had happened. Attend
ance, 14, bra Score:
K H O.A g
rarralL &... 1 4 4 0
IfcuiovaA, rf. 1 I 0 I a
Burke, rt.... 1114 0
Breva, it.. 4 111
ST... S I i 7
.rma, rx.... a v a w w
Ml, Ct.. I I I
-mm. Ik.... 1 11
ca.tt, lk. 4 I 11 I
Irhala. if... 4 1 1
MH.rav. aa.. 4 4 4 1
Babk, Ik..... 1 I I 1 I
WllUama. aa. 4 I I I
i O-N.il. -a. e I I I
at. O-haiL,. e 1 I I 1
on bert, lk... e 4 I I
Werner, a.... I 1 I I 1
atcjinnUr, a 1 I I 1
aitevermaa .110 0 1
ToUle 4 11 M 11 1
I 11 M 11 4
xBatted for Dunn tn ninth.
St. Louis 100 0 10000 14
Ksw York ..0 1 I I M M 1 M
Earned runs: New York, 1. Flret base
on errors: New York, 1; Hi. Louie, L Left
on bases: New York. I; 8t. Louis, 0. First
baae on balls: Oil McOinnlty. I; off M
O Nell, 1 birurk out: By McOinnlty. I;
riy M. O Nell. 4. Two-raee bits: Mertes,
Mowennan, Babb, McOinnlty. Donovan.
Sarrltloe hits: Gilbert, Smoot I), J. O'Nell.
Kl.'l.. i. m - Vj Xt V..h.ll
Donovaa. Doabis plays; Dana to U Libert
to MrOann. Fsrrell to Hackett! Bit by
tltcher: By McOlnrrity, 1; by M. UNeU,
Umpire: Johnstone. Time: 110.
Plenty UlU, Plenty BCrrers.
PHIL.ADEI.rnT A. Mar . -Chicago's fif
teen hits and Phlladeiphln's eight errors,
added to the local's Inability to hit, re
sulted in an easy victory for the Motors.
Attendance, 1,667. Score:
CHICAOO. 1 rHtLACBLPHtA.
R.H.O.A.B1. 1 R.H. O.A.I.
HirW, rf... It slThomu.. cf.. 1 t
eitri u..., a tie rn. ir
Chance, lk... I 4 II 1 WoItTb, Ik. 1
jnnea, if 1 Kaleter. rt.. t
Tinker, ... 1 t t 4 I Dluxs, lb..
VT. b.... I I I R'aaheer, lb.
rare, Ib,... I III Holewltt, ta. f
Kilns. ...... title tVmin.
WelBMr, ... I 1 1 1 Mttrhell, p.. e I I 1
BerehalL .. e e 1
Tetats ...14 II IT II 0
Totals .-1 4 IT IT I
Chicago I T i M I I I C-14
1'hiiadoiptiia e eoeoeiee i
Karned run: Philadelphia. L Two-base
hit-.: Single, Chance, kllng. Three-baa
hits: Hlagle, Chance. Stolen baeea: Hart-
lAu DI..U t 1 . 1
Chicago, ; Philadelphia. I. First bases on
bulls: Oft Welmer, 2; off Mitchell. 1: off
. u, u-i, . pii ulu , u . . J ..cm..,, , " j
Mitchell. 1; ty tiurcheu, 1. Time: 1:1x1. urn- 1
Win In the Hlath Inning,
BROOKLYN. Mar 13. The home team by
good hatting in the ninth Inning won from
the Plttsbure- champions today. Brooklyn
made costly errors In the fifth and seventh
innings. Attendance, e.uuv. core:
R.H. OAK. K M O A S.
Baanmoat, ill I I M
Clarka. It... 1 I
o.hrlna. rf.. S I I 1
kleOraeale, rf e
boria, is.... e
Wacner. aa . 4 1
BranaAald. lk 4 1 II 1
Laatb, lb.... 4 4 4 14
Kruaar. lb. .eat 4 4 11
Rlteker, Ik.. 4 1114
Pbelpe. 4.... 1 1 4 11
Phllllpni. .. I 1 1 ( I
4 llM) 14 1
8 11 IT 11 I
xOne out when winning run was scored.
xxHattea lor Jordan in nintn.
xxxBatted for Kvana In ninth.
Brooklyn 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 t-i
Pittsburg 0 0 0 0 X 0 1 0
Earned runs: Brooklyn. : Pittsburg, 1.
v -1 v . 1 1 1. 1 a. biti.t..,,. a
Two-bnse hits: Flood, Jacklltsch. Three
baae hits: Ritrhey, Dahlan. Stolen bases:
Brahsfleld. Iahlen. Ahearn. Double Plays:
Sheckard to Ahearn, Philllppl to Wagner to
Uransneld. Hacrwice nils: K'aumoni,
Kruger. First base on balls: Off Evans, 8;
oCf Philllppl, 1. First base on errors: Fltts-
nurar. a. mie nv n tcnea oeji: - by crani, x
Struck out: By Kvana. 6: by Philllppl, 4.
Wild pitch: Evans. Time: 1:66. Umpire
Thez Ooaldat Hit Willis.
BOBTOK. May B. The Inability of Cin
cinnati to hit Willis gave Boeton an easy
victory today. Poole was not only wild, but
waa bit freely. Attendance, 1,1a. ecore:
HMD I B . R.H.O.A B
Dexter, at-ct 1111 4 Sarnoiir, ef. 4 4 I 4 1
Tanner, lb... I 1 I I I Doolie, rt... 14 1
Ak'tleble, Ik I 1 I 4 f Biamiaun, aa 1 1 a
Coolar, II.... 114 1 1 Coraoraa, as. 4 I 1
Carnar, rr... 4 t a aison. a -a
Sianlar. ef.. 4 4 4 4 0 Morrlaaar. 11. 4 1 1
Aubrar. aa... 4 4 4 4 4 Plata, lb.... 4 4 t
Orem'cer, Ib 1 4 4 1 a Barxaa. a.... 4 4 I
Klttreoa. a. 4 1 4 4 4iPoola. 4 4 4
Wlllla. p 1 14 14 ----
1 iota la a inn
ToUla ... l I ll
Ro.tnn I 1040000-
Cinclnnatl 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 01
Earned runs: Boston, 6. Two-base, hits:
Willis, Dexter. Home runs: Cooley, Btoln-
feldt. Stolen bases: Donlln, KJttredge,
Double play: Corcoran to Magoon to Pelts,
irirat haaa nn halla: Off Willie. 1: off Poole,
14. Hit bv DltcWM ball: Tenney. Struck
out: By Willis, ,- by Poole, . Time: .1:50,
Btandlna- ef the Teai
. Played Won. Lost.
.24 . 20
8t. Louis ...
No games today.
GAMES IN AMERICAN LEAGUE
Gofhanaltea suad Hlseaariaas Show tha
Bleachers Bow. the Casta Is
Really Flayed. V
Of, T ATTTB m - . 99 Til, TCAW Y ft T ITS
beat the St. Louisiana In a hotly contested
same today, uri rain pitcnea irau uan, i-
Iojvingv the locals only two . hlta Wallace
and . Iira arava a brilliant exhibition lor
their respective teams- in tne rounn in
ning Dong made a sensational one-handed
stop of Anderson's hot grounder, retiring
the side with a man on second. Attendance,
R.H.O A B
na4a. U S 1 1 S 0 Barkatt. It... lilt)
Keeler. rf... S lis Haianca, .
rulta, ef e O H.mphlll. rt. f t 1 t a
WlllUaw. ISO 1 1 t 1 WaJlare. B..I t I I 1
nanul Ih... 1 1 11 1 ol Anderson- lb t I 11 i I
Conrar. lb... e 1 S 4 0 MrCor-k. lb. 1
Loaa. aa e I B a a PTiei, ao w a a a
O'Connor, a. 1 1 1 l Suaian, a.... 4 t
Ortatb. ....! 1 1 Diwohae. .. t 1 e I t
Totala ... 1 I 17 11 ll ToUla ... 1 I IT IT 1
New York 0 02001000-4
Bt. Louis 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 01
Tvn-biia hits: Burkett. Davis. Griffith.
Double plays: Anderson to Wallace to An
derson. Passed ball: O'Connor, 1. Stolen
bases: Fula, -Long. Bases on balls: Off
Donohue, 1; off Oritnth, l. BtrucK out: cr
Donohue, 4. Left on 'bases: St. Louis, 1;
New York. 7. Time; 1:22. Umpire: Sheri
tsaakers la warm rmtsa.
fT.UTVTCTAND. Mar . With the score I
to 1 In the eighth inning In favor of Cleve
land, the Philadelphia made three singles
and a double off Joss, giving them three
runs and the game. - Owing to the Illness of
Umpire Connolly Pitcher Bernard of the
Clevelands rendered the base d eel "Iocs, giv
ing satisfaction. Attendance, boots;
Hartaal. if.. I 1
Bar. at e e i e e
ftckai-liig, ef. I I 4
McCarthy. Ill I 1 t I
Parla. lk.... s t u
L Croaa, Ik. 1 1.1
earkold. rf... 1 1 I
riiok. rf e l i e e
Hickniaa. is. e e ie e
Lajote, Ik... 1 I I I
Bradler, 16.. 110 11
Oouhaa'er. aa I 1 e 1 9
Hiuvar, a.. ai
M. Croaa, aa.
Shreck, a.... ell
wa4eii, .. e e e
Banua. a..... 0 1114
joae. s e e e e e
UAkkott e e e e e
TrW-la 4 10 17 11
Tola la ... I III 11 a
x Batted for Joss In ninth;
Philadelphia 0 0 0-1 0 0 0 1
Cleveland 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 02
Rarnad runs: PhlladelDhla. I: C leveland.
1. Two-baae hlta: Lajole, Seybold. Stolen
Kaa? Hreaiev. MCLTinny. ncKerina.
Baaea on balls: -on waoaeu, s. juert on
bases: Philadelphia, I; Cleveland. 7. BtrucK
.,t- Rv Joan. 7: bv Waddell. 8. Wild Ditch
Joss. Time; !: umpires; vonnouy ana
Bostoaesa Gather la Oaa.
rmoAOO. Mar 22. Errors by the locals
at er ideal stages, followed by timely hlt-
iinB- save Boeton today s game. vvnite
pitched In good form, only one eingle being
Ltd. off hfm i:!toM
gather. Aitenaance, i.auw. eoure.
BOSTON. . ttUUAOU.
R.U.O.A S I R If.O A
Deuahertr. Ill I I I 4 Halloas. U., I I I I
Col I liia, Ib... Ill
O Brian, at.. 0 I
Freaoiaa, rf. 1 I I
Parent, aa... I I I
1 jooaa. A v a a
Uraaa. rt I I I
Callabaa. Ik I 1 I 4
laball, lk.... 4 1 11 1
1 lallf, lb 0 I 1 1
TaaDehlll. at I I 4 4
Lei hajwa. nils
Farrla. Ik.... Ill
Crigar, a..... Ill
e e i e
Duaan. a.... see
e i e i
e o e e
, e e e e
I ' Totaie
4 e IT IT 1
Totala ... 1 I IT 11 4
x Batted tor Tannehlll In the ninth,
xa Batted tor White In tbe ninth.
Rnatnn 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1
O V V V V V V 1 V 1
i Left on
bases: Boston. I: Chicago. 7.
Three-base hit: Crlger. Saorlnce hit: Cal-
laban. Stolen bases: Hallman, Iabell, Col-
Una Double play: Tannenui to uaiy to
Iabell. Bases on balls: Off White, I; off
tiinaan. a. Hit with ba n: Uournerty. Time:
IM. Umpires: Carrulhars and Haasett.
Look aad Bad Fielding. ,
DETROIT. May tl The luck of tbe game
and Washington s bad fielding gave Detroit
1 another victory tooay. LKinovan pitcnea
; W P1' 'or ' .. .. !?. .
?orrUS.puUn. rd'ecUloT Attendant VK
urn. i evii. .aaoinuivi,.
H.U O.A I R U O.A
Banett, at... Ill
' Holme, rt.. 1
Leak, n 1
Salheok. If... t
I Iiu. el....
iCwishlla. lk. I
,Manla. Ik... e
freefora. It. 4 1 I
Blbartal4. aa 1 I
Carr, lk lit
Bailia, Ik.... Ill
taaiar, ak... 4 1
Bualow. a.... eei
alcOnlre. e... e e I
Total ,..4 I IT 11 tl Total ... I I M I
Detroit . 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1
Waahlngton ...0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0
Two-base bit: Yeager. Three-base hits:
Holmes, Coughlln. Earned runs: Detroit,
1: Washington. 1. Flrat base on balla: By
Uoaovtn, I: by Lee. l.' klrat base
row Detroit, t, Washington, 1. Lett
bases: Detroit, 7; Washington. 1 Sacrifice
Mis: Lush. Carr. Stolen bases: Crawford,
Holmes. Struck ont: Br lonovan, I; by
Ln, 1. lime: 1:40. Umpire: O'LaaghUn.
Played. Won. Lost.
Games today: Washington at Detroit.
New York at fit. Louis, Boston at Chicago.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION GAMES
Gtbsava Doe sea Bpee-tnewlar Werk
tha Box for the '(Caw Men
Against the Hooelers.
KANSAS CITT. May 23-After the sec
ond Inning Gibson did not allow an Indian
apolis player to reach first base until the
ninth, when two doubles and a single gave
the visitors the game. Attendance, 1,600.
a. ho. As
4 nanler, ef.
4 Maleaari 4.
4 Nance, lb..
4 Gr.nr. lb..
O' Rrleo. aa
Olksoa, p.... e
I t IT 14 4
.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 J-t
Kansas city s e I e v v v v
Two-base hits: Grady. Gear. Jones (1)
Coulter. Three-base hit: Coulter. Sacrifice
hit: ftlbann: Run on balls: Off KeMum. I
Struck out: Rv d I harm 4: bv Kellum. 4.
Hit by Ditched ball: By Kellum, 1. Left
on bases: Kansas City, 4; Indianapolis, I.
Time: 1:40. Umpire: Foreman.
Brewers Find Cooas Kavsy
MILWAIIKCn. Mar 13. A two-bagger
and four scratches were all that Louisville
could get from McOlll today, while every
man on- the Milwaukee team secured a bit.
Attendance, 2,000. Score:
MtLWAVKKB. I LOTJI8VILT.B.
R.H. OA. I R.H.O.A.B.
rmnleavr. It 4 1 4 4 4'Kanria. rt... 1114 4
Donahue. Ik. 4
Phrle, aa.... 1
Woo4, lb.... 1
Harapklll, ef. I
Dungas, rt... 1
Sehaflar. lb.. 4
near, a 1
Cauda, lb.... 4
Vlox. aa 4
Coona, p..... 4
x Walker .... 4
McOlll, p.... 4
ToUla ... t 11 17 It
1 1 m it 1 1
xBatted for Coons In ninth.
Milwaukee 11040100 7
Louisville 10000000 01
Enrned runs: Milwaukee, t. Two-base
hits: HemphllL Chllds. Home runs: Wood.
Phyle. Stolen bases: Sullivan (2), Bchrie-
ver. Bases on balls: Off McOlll, 1; on
coons. L Hit by Ditched ball: Hempnui.
Struck out: Bv MoGUL I: by Coons. L
Double plays: Coons to Schaub to Sulli
van, Phyle to Schafley to Donahue, Schaub
to ChUda. Sacrifice hits: Sullivan. Schafley
(Z). Left on bases: Milwaukee, 4; Louis-
vllle, I. Umpire: HaskelL Time: 1:3.
Hot One at Minneapolis.
urvwitmr TB aa A .ll- h
Bridwell, a sacrifice by Raymer, followed
or a wim .piion oy vaaoinaer ana an error
in the eighth gave Columbus one run and
tne game nere today. Attendance, 4,sio.
: 1 1 1
4 MrCreerr. at 4 I I 4 4
1 Hart, lb 4 4 11 4 1
4 Lallr. If 4 4 1 4 4
4 Smith, rf.... 4 14 4 4
C Yeaer, a.... 4 4 4 4 4
t Kclotrre. Ik 4 I 4 4 4
Will lama, p,
e e ii
rlr, aa 4 4 4 1 4
Urtla, lb... 4 e 0 4 1
'uMeaw. p. 4 0 1 14
ToUla ... 1 4 It H 1 ToUla . 4 I IT IT 1
Columbus 00000001 01
Minneapolis 00000000 00
Two-base hits: Molntrre. Gleaaon. Three-
base hit: Mclntyre. Bases on balls: Off
Williams. 4. Struck out: By Vasblnder.
; by Williams, 2. Hit by pitcher: Moln
tyre. Sacrifice hits: Gleaaon, Thoney, Kay.
mer. Stolen baeea: McCreery, Turner.
Wild pitch; Vasblnder. Left on bases;
Minneapolis, 11; Columbus, 2. Umpires:
Moran and Cunningham. Time; 1:40.
Ten Innings at St. Pant.
ST. PAUL. May 21 The focal team took
the first game of the series with Toledo
after ten Innings of Interesting play. At-
I tendance, 1,421. Score:
rr. Paul. ,
TOIJODO. ' "
K H O A O.
ghaaaea. af.. 1
Bernare, cf...e 4 e e
IRalallnf, aa..l till
B'aenanlp, K.t 1 1 t
eOwaaa. lk 114
jackapa, it.. A 1 1
oeier, u 1 I 1
Marcaa, aa.... 1 I
Wheeler, la,. t
Connera, lh...e 1 14 4 t
Muifina, t..t I t
Kaltajr. lk....S 0 11
Plaroe. a f
1 Bmllb, rt 1 1 I
a Butler, a I Ills
Check, e 0 I
ICarMck, .... Mil
Tetala I 1 H it l' Teuis
.1 ha it i
zTwo out when winning run wae made.
St. Paul o oiooooio ll
Toledo ..1 10000000 0-1
Two-base hit: Oeler. Three-base hlta:
Riesling. Jackson. Bases stolen: Hucsina
Connors, Smith, Butler, Carrick. Double
plays: Marcan to Kelley, Marcan te
Wheeler to Hueains. Kellev to Huaaina.
Chech to Kelley, Altlser to Connors, liases
on balls: on cueoh, 2; off Carrick, i. Struck
out: By Chech, 6; by Carrick. 2. Wild
pitch: Carrick. Sacrifice hit: Bernard.
Lett on base: Bt. Paul. 8: Toledo. 7. Time:
ljtf. Umpire: Mullane.
Standing of tha Teams,
Played. Won. I-rmt PC
Milwaukee A 17 8 .60
Indianapolis 24 ' 1 10 .614
St. Paul 26 14 11 .6ti0
K ansae City 2tf IS 18 .600
Louisville 27 U 14 .481
Columbus 29 -1! 1 .441
Toledo 2 U 17 .414
Minneapolis 27 0 . U .331
Oamea today: Toledo at SL Paul. Co.
lumbua at Minneapolis, Indianapolis at
Ikaneaa city, Louisville at Milwaukee.
KANSAS CITY COMES SUNDAY
Kid Itlchele 'Will Be the Seat ta Give
Itenrkettes sVeaaethlng ta
Sunday afternoon the band of wanderina
minstrels that Kid Nichols has aathered
together will lead the chorus of the tans
at Vinton street park. Kid Nichols, him
self, win supply tns curved balls lor the
visitors ana tne ttoumeitee are remember-
ins the dava of a few weeks asro when
they landed on him often and with aood
results just Detore tne league season began.
oams cauea tl i:u. ine une-up:
Position. . Kaasas City.
First base .....Strelb
... Second base '
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... Left field ...
. Center field
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Cotner Wins from Donne,
CRETE. Neb.. Mar 23. (Special Tele
gram.) In a pretty and exciting game of
base ball here today Cotner 'vanity won
from uoane by a score ot 4 to i. Excellent
pitching end good fielding caused both
(a.tn, , n ,lr-ttw anAM u n 1 1 1 Ih. Wa,, I .
when by getting two singles, a walk and
a two-bagger Cotner sent four men around
the bases, in tns last half or tha seventh
Price of Doane lined out a three-bagger
and came In on a sacrifice, but the umpire
called him out. In tbe eighth and ninth
Cotner again failed to connect with Wend'
land s curves, whlls in the ninth, with two
men gone, Doane braced up. and as a re
sult of two singles and two errors got two
men in. me ecore:
Cotner 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0-4 4
Doane 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 21 1
Struck out: By Shuman. 14: bv Wend'
land, . .
BlnaTe Dree Another One.
njouX CITY. ta.. May 23.-(Speclal Tele
mm l-Iloui City defeated Council Bluffs
I lnil ,n(j allowed Council Bluffs to run In
i ,yen ot Its scores, two In the nrst and nve
X. I the aMinnil Innlne. Than nU a.rle
down to good hard work. The next six
Innings netted a series ot six goose eggs
lor Council Uluna. Tne crowd was small.
Sioux City 1 1 40010001
Council Bluffs IfOOOOOOV I
Batteries: Council Bluffs, Mats and Frees;
Bloux Cliy, rvrfr, uale anu Kruggeman.
Baso Ball at Randolph.
RANDOLPH. Neb., May 21 (Special
Telegram. The baae ball season opened
nere looay w a game wun tne wayne
jormai college, aoore. U It I III favor
Randolph. Batteries: Randolph. McNally.
Kineel and Knn: Warne. O'Keefe and
Bait as. . .
CREICQTON DEFEATS KNOX
Omaht Collegians Take) Close Game from
the Illinois Scotchmen.
HARRY WELCH STAR Of THE CONTEST
la the Bos He Is Invincible ta the
Visiters and at the Bnt a
. Jonah Seore Twt ta
Knox college went down In defeat yes
terday before Crelghton In a pitchers' battle
In which the advantage lay with Harry
Welch of the locals. The score of t to 1 Is
Indicative of the hard-fought contest. Knox
college held the honors in base ball In Illi
nois and beat Nebraska university Friday,
but could not wrest victory., from Crelghton.
Harry - Welch presided on the rubber for
Crelghton and ten of the stalwart collegians
from Illinois had the experience of striking
out; the genial captain of the Crefghtons
also1 held the visitors down to four hits.
But Harry's hitting was a feature of the
game, too; he made three hits, a single, a
double and a four-sock er,-, which came In
the ninth, with the arnfa I tit I ttvHmM
Kr,rlc ,rom Kn..no WM pltte4 sgnin8t
tveicn, anoweo out six .nits, ana, tnouga
they were well scattered, they won the
game for Crelghton. .
Both twlrlers had substantial support, but
the Knox men were the more trusty In the
field. Grogan, Montgomery, Zalusky and
Slattery were chief among the strongest
Knox players; while Welch, O'Keefe, Calla
han, Crelghton and Prendergaat starred for
Battle Begins la Earseil, -
Montgomery waa the first Knox man up
and the doughty shortstop struck vehe
mently three times, but could not touch
the ball. Then, after Grogan had gone out
at first, French flew to right and Knox
changed places with Crelghton. Callahan
want out at first, Cassldy got that base on
an error by Montgomery; Lanigan and
Welou were disposed of hurriedly. Knox
failed again to make the circuit, but E.
Archie Crelghton came to bat and made a
single, reached second on a sacrifice by
Kehoe, stole third and scampered across
the. plate on a hit by O'Keefe. This ended
the run getting until the eighth Inning.
But In the third Knox grew hopeful when,
base on balls and a double were secured.
and Just then two men bunted and Llght-
. . n.,v "
norse Harry sent Zalusky. the third man.
to tne oencn on tnree striKes. in tne eighth
Lambert jumped upon one of Harry's slants
land planted It over the rlghtfleld fence for
Iwa aAnlte UAntrninarv sitlrwl Hhwih
fanned, but Funck got hie base on a fumble
k 4h. .a t,
by the shortstop, and tn the meanwhile
Lambert trotted home. ' This tied the score
and things began to look rather ominous for
the locals, but Zalusky went' out at' first.
Again Crelghton could not make tbe coveted
score and Esstck of Knox ambled down to
first on art error; Slattery drew a single.
but was soon caught by Prendergaat Just
far enough from first. Edgerton did not
connect with Harry's pitching. Krlck failed
to make first and Knox ' lost Its "main
Last af Klath.
In the last ot the ninth, with the score 1
to 1, excitement grew intense. Lanigan of
Crelghton wae retired by Krlck and Slat
tery. But. now all eyes turned to Harry
Welch, the next man, and he fully came
up to all expectations. He hit the sphere
very high and very hard and tha bait went
so far over center that all thought ot Its
recovery had been abandoned. Thia won
the game and the enthused students raited
Harry, the hero of the liour and the winner
of the game, to their shoulders and bore
b!m aloft, while the crowd went wild. ' "
The game was the finest ever played on
Crelghton field. Though Krlck made a good
record as pitcher for Knox he was Inferior
to his opponent, Harry Welch. Next Satur
day 'Crelghton "plays the University of Ne
braska on the Crelghton field.
AB. R. H. P.O.
0 - 0
Callahan, ss ...
Crelghton, Sb ....
O'Keefe, c .......
A B. R. H. P.O.
10 0 0
Oroaran. 2b 1
runcK, ID 4
Zalusky, c S
Esslck, If 4
Slattery, lb 4
Kdgerton m 4
Krlck. d 4
Lambert, rf f
Ons man out when
1 4 25
winning run was
Crelghton ......0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-2
Knox , o e e e e o o o l i
Earned rune: creignton J. Two-base hits:
Funck. Lambert, Veloh. Home run:
Welch. Bases on balls: Off Krlck t off
Welch t. Struok outt By Krlck I. by
weicn 10. Baennce nit: ivenoe, moien
base: Crelghton. Left on bases: Crelgh
ton I, Knox 4. Time of game: 1:16. Um
pire: Butler. Attendance 1.600.
EASY FOR YARDS JUNIORS
They Loaf and Still Find Time to
Defeat Molsa Team,
14 to 5.
The Walter Moiee Company team went
down Into the duat before the Union Stock
Yards Juniors, 14 to 6, in a slow game yes
terday afternoon. Though their regular In
field ,was absent, the Juniors felt sure of
their colors and loafed throuarh tha arame.
not trying to play fast ball. Caughey kept
the nine nits made off of him well scat
tered. Barret pitched a fine game for the
Dlatlllers, but had miserable support in tha
field. The batting of Flnley and Metcalt
was tne feature oi tne game. I ne soore
UNION STOCK YARDS JUNIORS.
AB. R. H. O. A.
Miller, e 7 l
Talbot, 2b I 1
Adams, lb I 1
Ackerman, Ib..,. 0 I
Lott. rfTT. e t
Flnley, If , i 1
Bonner, ss e 0
Qulnn-Ferguson, ef... 4 - I
Caughey, p. ..:.,...... 1 .
Totals 47 14 11 27
WALTER MOI8E COMPANY.
AB. R. H. O.
...... 4 1 1-0
4 1 0.0
" f " ,
2b... S 0 14
.'".".' X 1 16
.j.... 4 - 0 0 4
Talbot, rf. ......
...1 1 0 0
Stock Yards ..
Yards, 1; Moiae, 1.
base hits: rinley (1). Three-base hits
- I Tui.neman. Stolen baeea: Yards, I; Moli
I Double play: Caughey to Adams to
on balla: Off Cauxhey.
Hit by Ditcher: Barrett.
Struck out: By Caughey. 4: by Barrett.
Paaaed balla: Miller, 1; Olson, 1. Time
l:te. umpire Rowley.
Games la Three-1 Lea go e.
At Bloomlnsl on Davenport. I: Bloominx
At Rock laland-Rock Island, 7; Dubu
At Jouet Jooet, e; ceoai Kapids. e.
Omaha Toaaa Loses at Atlaatlo
ATLANTIC. Ia., May .-Specla! Tele-
I gram. The Atlantlo league team defeated
I tne Oman Originals in a Ons exhlblUo
of I same here today by a soore of 8 to
I Blrcher and boles were the Atlantic bat
I tear and nafTelder and Williams tar Omaha.
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Bases on balls: Off Blrcher, 1: oft Battel der,
2. Hits: Off Blrcher, 3; off Saffelder, I.
Atlantic had an Inning coming and had It
not been for costly errors the Originals
wxuld have been shut out. Blrcher pitched
a winning game from start to finish and
waa the favorite all through.
NEBRASKA MUTES WINNERS
They Vanejnleh the Team from
Iowa School with Sear mt
13 to 0.
The Nebraska School for the Deaf took a
game from the Iowa School for the Deaf
yesterday afternoon on ' the ' former's
grounds by a score of 11 to (. The Ne
braska boys won through heavier batting
and consistent playing, taking long chances
In running bases.
Curtis, wno pitcnea tor tne lowans, tnrew
an excellent game and struck out seven
men. In the eighth Elder was substituted,
but could not hold them any better. Blank.
enshlp twirled for Nebraska and did excel
lent worn, noiaing nis opponents aown to
four hits and striking out eight men.
Myers, Wlttwer,. Seely and Blankenship
played the star game for .. the Nebraska
team both at the bat and tn the field, while
Curtis, Jackson and Elder did the star
work for the Iowa men. On June 0 the
Nebraska team will play a return game on
the Iowa grounds. The ecore:
Nebrsska 0 1 0 0 4 1 1 1 11 8 8
Iowa ....0 0 4 0 0 10 1 08 4 7
Earned runs: Nebraska. T; Iowa, 1. Bases
on balls: Off Blankenship, 1; off Curtla, 7;
Two-base hits: Myers, Schat. Struck out:
By Blankenship, 8; by Curtis, 7. fasaed
balls: Jackson (3). Myers. Hit by pitched
ball: By Blankenship. 1: by Curtis, 1. Er
rors: jseDrasKa, e; lowa, . i. Time;
. College Gamea.
CAMBRIDGE. Mass.. May H Harvard
met defeat at the handa of Princeton on
Soldiers field this afternoon, 8 to 6. Until
the eighth Inning Harvard could not score,
although getting men to second and third
pases, tfineeion outpiayea tne crimson in
every respect and got runs on repeated
errors by the Harvard men. In the flrat
half ot the eighth inning tne granaatanq
back of tha catcher waa seen to take fire
and there was a scramble of spectators
from t he seats to the ground. This Inci
dent, which did not prove serious, caused
a fifteen-minute Interruption In the game.
With no one out, Harvard then began to
play fast ball and with two on bases, to
gether with two singles, and then a home
run by BUiiman, nve runs were scorea.
Harvard lost its chance to win In this In
ning by stupid base running just before the
uu r a man wae out. ine score;
Princeton ..... 101-101000 084
Harvard 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I 01 8
Batteries: Princeton, Stevens and Reid;
Harvard, Clarkaon and R. Kernan.
FROVIDBNUB, it. 1., iay a erown
won the "rubber" from Yale today by a
score of T to 0. Lynch of Brown pitched
wonderful ball and had the zaie batsmen
completely at his mercy. He soored four
teen strike outs and allowed but two single
to the New Haven men. The soore:
It. tl. rj,
Rrnwn ........ 10000040 781
Yale 000000000 Oil
Batteries: Brown. Lynch and Clark:
Yale. Weatcott. Patton and Wlnslow. -
At Terre Haute uutier college, s; intuana
At Columbus, o.oryo, i; west Virginia,
At Lafsvette. Ind. Purdue. 4; Depauw. I
At South Bend. Ind. Notre Dame. I; Be-
At Crawfordsvllle, Ind. wbasn, I; indi
At Ithaoa, N. Y. Michigan : Cornell. 8.
At west ioint coiumDia, ii; west roint,
At Chicago Illinois, ; Chicago, t. '
The Ideals and the B. Jetters will meet
on tha latter a a-rounds at Twenty-elahtn
and W streets this afternoon in a game oi
bane ball for 160 a side. Both teams are
playing fast, clean ball and the game prom
isee lo De very guou inunau, - i ne unaupi
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. Second .
.. Third ..
... Center ..
... Rlgbt ..
.. Pitcher ,
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.. Pitcher .,
Dandee Discounts Colnmblas.
The Dundee base ball team noa from the
Columbus by bunching hits In the ninth
Inning and bringing In five rum The hits
came In bunches and the final score stood
11 to 11. The five runs tn the ninth were
made on a base on balls to Hlnsla snd
hits by C. Benson, B. Benson, Wright,
Drummy and Caughlan. Score:
Dundee 1 0 10 0 110 1-11
Columbias 0 3 0 1 8 0 0 1 0-11
Batteries: Dundes, Hlnsls and Drummy;
Columbia, Mullin and Rice.
Bedford ghats Oot Cvestoa.
CRE8TON. Ia May 21 Bpedl Tele.
Sam. Bedford shut out Creaton here to
y by a score of 6 to 0. Creaton waa handi
capped by Catcher Corbett having a split
finger. Steams taking his place, while
Archer pitched hla first same. Attendance,
luO. Umpire: Golden- Batteries: Creaton,
Archer and Bteama; Bedford, Bridges and
Everhart. The same team will play again
Sunday. - .. . ,
Fort Dodge 'Win.
FORT DODOB, la.. Ifay' H fSpeclal
Telegram.) Fort Dodge defeated Webster
City this afternoon ta a well played game
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CONSULTATION FREE AND CONFIDENTIAL.
by a soore ef 1 to 1- Murphy, the Notre
Dame twlrler. In the box for Fort Dodge, I
was vary effective. Fort Dodge won by
timely hitting and on errors by the opposi
tion. Fort Dodge showed up well. Bat
teries: Fort Dodge, Murphy and Brueh;
Webster City, Messier and White.
Pacifies Win at Paplllloa.
' The Pacifies defeated Pa pill I on at Papll
lloa Saturday, 14 to it The visitors looked
like midgets alongside of their adversaries.
Stephen played a brilliant third base. Coad
fielded finely. Durkee made a sensational
running catch, which prevented further
coring by papllllon. Other features were
the catching of Burnett and the batting of
the Pacific. The two teams play at Omaha
In tvio weeks. The score;
Pacifies ...i... 01181111 19 12 i
Papllllon a 0 4 0 0 0 1 0 a-u 8 a
Batteries: Pacifies, Henderson, Oendsay
and Burnett; Papllllon, Johnson and Bliss,
. - Red Racers Ara Too Slow.
The Emblem Juniors, 'formerly known ee
the Clark Street Juniors, won a game yes
terday afternoon . from the. Red Racers by
a score of IS to 6. A. Flothow and Donaugh
were at the points for the Emblems and
Harpeter -and, -Washburn for the Racers.-
. . ' . .
At Twentv-elshth street' and St Mary's
avenue the Ivanhoes defeated the Reefers
by a score of 17 to 4. Batteries: Ivanhoes,
Lyons and Hall; Reefers, Chase and All
wine. EVENTS ON RUNNING TRACKS
Major , Pelhnm , Castares tbo Kinder
sTartoa Stake for Two-Yoar-Olds
at St. Lonls Fair Granada.
BT. LOUIS. Mar 21. The weather was
warm and track fast at the fair grounds
today. The favorite. Major Pelham, won
the Kindergarten stake for two-year-olds
at Ave furlongs with ease. He led the
field to the head of the stretch by six
lengths and Increased that distance to
twelve before the wire waa reacnea. uia
Stone came second one length In front of
Walnut Hill. Summary:
First race, seven furlonrs. selling: Icicle.
106 IWatsou), It to I. won; Detest 87 (Hlg
glna). 10 to ! second: Sir Christopher 108
tl.. Bpenceri, I to z, tnira. Mime: i b.
Second race, five furlona. nurse: Mafalda
101 (D. Austin). 11 to 6, won: St. Agnes II
ill (uale), o to I, second: t. w. u weui ius
(Rutter), 11 to 1. third. Time: 1:01.
Third race, Ave and one-halt furlongs,
selling: Flash of Night 100 (C. Bonner),
12 to 1. won; Deer Hunter 102 (Calvert), I
to 1, second; Mrs. Wlggs 104 (L. Austin),
10 to 1, third. Time: 1:00.
Fourth race, five furlongs, Kindergarten
stake: Malor Pelham US (D. Hall), 1 to 6,
won; Old Stone 118 (Troxler), 4 to 1, sec
ond: Wslnut Hill 1S8 (W. Watson), 13 to 6,
third. Time: 1:02.
Fifth race, six furlongs, purse: Scorpio
116 (Troxler), 7 to 2, won; Louis Wagner
104 (D. Hell), f to 1 second; Father Went
ker 104 (L. Spencer), 7 to 1, third. Time:
Sixth rasa, one mile and seventy yards.
selling: Lunar 111 (Troxler), 7 to 6, won;
Pathos Vi (Blrdwell),' 16 to 1, second: 6a
rlan 4 (M. Lowe). 20 to 1, third. Time:
Seventh race, one and one-sixteenth miles.
eelllnn- Joe Leaser' 110 (Dale), even, won;
Orris 10R (L. Spencer), 8 to 6, second: Eda
Riley lot (Wolff), 1 to S, third. T'me:
f NEW YORK, May . Before a crowd of
tt,(J persons August Belmont's Magistrals
won the sixth national stallion race at
Morris park today. The big son of Hint
Inge Lady Margaret, was an outxlder in
the bettlnc. cloaing at 16 to 1. Right on
the heels of the Magistrate came the sec
ond choice, FoTtiall Keene a raimoearer,
with' the favorite. Leonldas. a neck away.
The National Stallion stakes ts worth
tin?J7 In the winner.
The start was good' and the raoe was 1
free . from ' interference, 'ine contest
brought out ten hlgh-claas 8-yeer-olds,
with the Whitney entry. Stalwart, Leonl
das and Mlnoaa, always a favorite, closing
bt 2 to 6. The Keene staoie, eirepnon ana
Palmbearer, waa second choice, cloaing st
7 to I, with the Morris stable, Prerljin
Stons and Rapid Water, next In dero!y
Stalwart was first to show, with Phn
bearer second snd Magistrate third. ' Tills
order was maintained to ths dip, where
Bullman sent Magistrate 'to tha front
Leonldas closed very strong, when he
struck tha flat and managed to get third
money. Rapid Water waa fourth and tha
other two Whitney entries fifth and sixth.
The Grand National steeplechase, one pi
the features of ths day, was won in a driv
ing finish by Plohn, held at 10 to 1 In the
betting. Land of Clover, another outsider,
finished second, with the favorite. Lavltor,
third. The Orand National steeplechase ts
run over two and one-half miles, and thir
teen good timber toppers faced the starter
to battle for one of the richest ateeple
chaae events run In Amerios.
Levator on his recent good performances
through the field wsa always a oonslstent
favorite, with Fred Ackerman aeoond
choice. Herculean was neat in demand.
The race was a pretty one for about one
and three-quarter miles, all the horses
fencing in beautiful style. Land of Clover
cut out the running for a mile and when,
with Plohn aeoond and Levator and Fred
Ackerman alternating In third place, com.
Ing to the water jump the laat time around
Grand Pa and Fulminate fell, but their
riders escaped unhurt. Rounding the far
turn on the hill, Ray sent Plohn to the
front snd, taking tha last two jumps In
splendid style, won driving by two lengths.
The ladles' stakes for filly 1-year-olds
wss won by the Whitney entry, Girdle,
with Stolen Moments second and Oravlna
third. Judith Campbell made the pace to
tho stretch, where Girdle and Stolen Mo
ments closed and In a rousing finish Girdle
won, driving by three-quarters of a length.
First raoe, last seven ' furlongs of the
Wither mile, aelllng: Ella Snyder, 9
(Fuller), U to 10, won; Tioga. 14 (Uaack),
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18 to 6, second: Damon, 105 (O'Nell), 4 to 1.
third. Time: 1:28.
Second race, last four half furlongs of
the Eclipse course, selling: . Mlnon, 9B .
(Fuller), 7 to 10. won; Anydav, 108 (O Nll).
7 to 1, second; Florisel, 109 (Bullman), 10 ,
1, third. Time: 0:63.
Third raoe, the Sixth NaUonal Stallion
race, last five furlongs of the Ecllpe
oourse: Magistrate, ViF (Bullman), 16 to 1,
won; palmbearer, 1U (Gannon), 7 to 1...
second; Leonldas, 111 (McCue), a to I, third.
' Fourth race, the Orand National Steeple
chase, about two miles and a half: Plohn, .
141 (Ray), 10 to L won; Land of Clover, 11) '
(W. Heldon), 10 to 1, second; Levator, Mi '
(Mara), 11 to 6, third. Time: 4:2S.
Fifth raoe, the Ladles' stakes, the With- ,
ere mile: Girdle, 121 (Burns), 8 to I, wont
Stolen Moments, 121 (Gannon), 11 to 10.
second; Oravlna, 121 (Martin), 14 to L third.
Sixth race, the Withers mile: Orand
Opera, 122 (Bullman), 20 to 1, won; Home
stead, lut (Haaok), 10 to ! second ; Hunter .
Ralne, 110 (Martin). 7 to 1, third. Time:
CINCINNATI, May SS. The Merchants'
stake for 1-year-olds and upward was the '
attraction at Latonia today and a crowd
almost as large as that ou Derby day was
out to witness the sport. The ' field wag
made up mostly oc selling piatera, witn st. .
Hera the choice at even money. In a
driving finish between Pourquolpae, Benor
and St. Hera the first named won the de
cision by half a length. Ralniand, the odds- '
on ravonte, was beaten in the second race
easily by Mlxsen Mast, a . 10-to-l shot,
Weather hot; track fast. Results:
First race, six furlongs: Ethel 'Davis
wonJIgereeoondV Governor Bayers third.
Second race, five furlongs: Mlssen Mast
won, Ralniand second. Copper third. Time,'
1:03. . .
Third raoe. mile and ona-alitaanth! Aim.
less won, Welch Girl second, BInehllo
third. Time: 1:60H.
Fourth race, tour and nne-helf furlnnni '
Snow Cap won. May Combs second. Sou-' .
frier third. Time: 0:H.
Fifth race, tha Merchants stake n.i
value to winner $LfJS, on mile; Pour
auolDaa won. Benor anuiul. Ht ur, htr
Time: 1:42H. . . -
em in race, seven furlongs: Luralls-hter
IK1! iSrr Lavanna second, Mary Glenn
third. Time: 1:28K.
CHICAOO. Mav U. Turfc 'trim-. ,i-...
Of th Kentuoky Derby and a prominent
canaiasia tor tne American Derby, was an
eay winner today of the I10.0O0 Hawthorne -handicap,
the chief attraction of Haw
thorne's opening day. Judge Hlmee went to
tho po.it at .W to 1,, after opening at 26 to 1.
Favonlus, also quoted at to 1, finished
second and the I to 1 favorite. Little Scout,
was third. Gregor K, the- American Derby
candidate that ha eora sharply to the ,
front in public estimation on account of '
recent good race,' ran well for a ir.jle of
the mile and an eighth Journey, hut was
very tired when the final etruggle came
and l.iushed a leg-weary fourth. There
were fourteen starters, among the absen
tees being Luclen Appleby, Au Revolr, St. .
Tammany, Harry New, Wain-A-Molnen.
Bxnter, Caliban and Hennado. Aboia and
Jordan were added starters. To an excel
lent start the large field waa sent away;
after about ten minutes delay at the po'.
They rounded the first turn well bunched,
but at the half mile pole Judge Hlmes shot
to .th front. He easily maintained hs
advantage and raced down the paok
stretch two lengths ahead, the other con
tenders still well bunched. , Judge Hlmes
Increased his lead rounding 'the - fsr turn,
and struck the straight away for home
about three lengths to the good. He wse
running easily while the others were
beginning to show the effect of ohnsing
him on the heavy and holding track. From
the time the stretch, waa readied there was
no doubt of the result. Judge Hlmes win
ning pulled almost to a walk with Favonlus
sorond, three lengths ahead of Little Soout.
The others were strung out with Oregor K
almost ready to quit, heading the also ran
It is reported that C. R. Ellison, owner
of Judge Hlmes, won $12,000 In tha future
book on his colts. Weather cloudy and
track heavy. Summary:
First race, five furlongs: Skillful, 103
(Booker), 4 to 1. won; High Chanoellor, tt
(T. Muldoon), 16 to 1, recond; Joe Martin,
111 (P. Phillips). 6 to 1. third. Time: 1:06.
Second race, four and a half furlongs:
Sweetie. 10 (J. Kelff). 4 to t won; Pro
ceeds, 106 (Helgeson), 0 to 1, second; Peter
Paul. 108 (W. Knapp), 84 to a, third. Time:
Third raoe. steeplechase, short emiree:
Creett, 166 (Owen), 4 to 1,. won; Duke of
York II, 16 (Murphy), 1 to t second;
Kingalong. 166 (Hartley). 11 to t, third.
Fourth race, the Hawthorn handicap,
on and one-sixteenth miles: Judge Hlmes,
100 Ol. Booker), 20 to 1, won: Favonlus, 1)6
(C. Gray), 10 to 1. second,' Little Scout, Vl
(Coburn). 8 to 1, third. Timet 1:03. ,
Fifth raoe, one mile and a sixteenth;
John McMark, 110 (Wlnkfleld), 11 to 6, won;.
Prince of Africa, 108 (Webb). 12 to 1, aeo
ond; Ed Adack. 101 (V. Phillip), 4 to 1,
third. Time: 184. - '
Sixth race, six furlongs? Tom Mayhln, 104
(Henry), 7 to 2, won; Sardine. 100 (J. Relff).
7 to 1. eecond- Optional. Its (H. Phillips). 4
to L third. Tim: l:ltt.
Barry Welch Goes tooth.
Harry Wslch of tha Crelghton university
ball team has signed to play right field for
the Birmingham (Ala.) team ay d will leave
for there at the close of the school year.
Welch Is one of the moot promising ama
teure la this section. In addition to being
a good fielder and a fair hand with the
stick, he can do a turn at twirling which
Is decidedly clever. His base ball ex
perience comprises three year on th
Original of this city and three year with
th Crelghton. He should bo amply able
to maks good in that company, and with a
few years of professional experience bids
fair to join fast company.
Aatoaneblle Trio Across Continent.
SAN FRANCISCO, May .-Dr. N. Nt.1
son Jackson of Vermont and B. Krocker of
Seattle will undertake to make th trip
from coast to ooeet In a twenty-horee
power automobile, leaving here today.
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