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THE OMAITA DAILY HKE: St'NDAV, .TUNE 14, 100.1.
0MAI1A BEATS' DISTILLERS
Tree Hktia? Cfiaractviirs tts Gsm, ii
Which Bonrke'i Ken Are Cffectiv.
WELSH LEADS THE BUNCH IN HITTING
tlmaha Itey l-ands Safely Three TlmC,
' Rub, aad AU Plarys
Wall la Field.
PEOBIA. tit., June 18 8peclal Tele
4rrsm. Pod ire Alloway was easy for
Omaha's batter today, and In a game that
. unusually exciting from start to finish,
the visitors won by a score of 8 to (. Cotn
, panlon. was In the box for "Rourke's tribe"
and h loo, was hit bard at times but ba
.was more fortunate In pulling himself out
,of tight pler-ea than his opponent. Other
than this, either pitcher bad poor sup
'port, more through bsd Judgment than real
errors, but In this misfortune the home
.'team drew the short end. Of the many
features that kept the fans howling wan a
bom run by Welsh In the flftb. Unfor
tunate It was that none were on baees
for It was by far .'the cleanest Mt svwr
,mad 'on1 . the ' Lake-'.. View grounds, lie
caught the hall .squarely on the noee, tmd
It wem far out over1 'center so far otit tbattl
It rendlpfd tfvree relay to get .the sphere
ito the Infield, and by yiat time the fast
. rightflelder was fanning himself on the
.- From the very start theetams took on
the feature 6f an Interesting contest. It
was In the second that the visitors scored
'first. Wright drew the . honor, for after
Teaching second on a two-bagger he went
to thtad and then scored 'on two little hits
to the Infield. ' In the third Companion
crossed the plate on three well bunched
hits, but In the nest Inning the slaughter
took place. Hlckey lead off with a single
after two were out. Oondlng took a walk
and Companion reached first on Holly's
error. Hlckey scoring. . Carter's timely bit
.brought In' the remaining two.
Following Welsh's home run In the fifth
.two more runs In the seventh were scored
fin three bunched hits by Welsh, Wright
Peoria obtained Its scores on bunching
'of hits In the second, fourth and ninth, a
muff of a fly by Oondlng In the fourth be
ing accountable for two of the scores. The
score was as follows:
. AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
iCarter, If ( 0 12 0 0
flhugart. 2b I 0 1 I 3 0
-welch, rr 4 3 I 4 0
Wright, lb 5 2 2 11 1 1
THjlan.' .... 4 0 1.1 t 0
enlna, cf 4 0 0 1 0 0
Hlckey. 3b.., I 2 10 10
uonaing. c I 1,0 3 1 1
Companion, p 4 1 1 1 t 0
Crton. Ambrose and Cnrbett; Shenan
doah, Hibl, Case and Tnwnend. Attnd
ance. v The same trams play Sunday,
when a special train will be run from
B iienanrioa n.
GAMES IN NATIONAL LEAGUE
New York Mill Malatalaa Saeremaey,
Shettlag Claelenall Oat
CINCINNATI, June l-4-nclnnatl wss
ruin shut out by New York today. Hahn
was effective up to the eighth, when he
Was 'touched up fir a single, a double and
a linme run by Itresnahan. Matthewaon
was In great form. Attendance, 4,04.
HSW TrmR. I elKCIHWATt.
R.H O A K H O. A. I.
Brown, rt.... I Dnnlla. rf... t I t
Rrea'baa, rt 1 1 I I (ptim, rt.. 4 4 4 4 4
V;tna, IS.. lit Kalley. It.... Ill
Wartra, If ... t I Morrlaaay. lb I t 4
Har-b. aa 1 1 t Corcoran, aa. 4 t
P'inn lb 4 1 4 t OMasoon. lb. . 4 4 I 4
1 Plata, lb 1
1 P.ntn, 411
I HaSn. 4 4 I 1
OiIbrt. Ib... 4 4
Bnvfrmin, o. 1 1 4
Mathewacm, 4 4
Totals ... 4 4 rt II l TeUla ... 4 1 4 1
New York i 0 000910104
Cincinnati 0 t I 0 4-0
Two-base hit: Bowermen. Sacrifice hit:
Hahn. Three-baae hit: Kelley. Left on
bases: Cincinnati, 5; New York, t. Home
run:- Bresnahan. Stolen bases: Seymour,
Merles.. Browne. Double play: Bowerman
to Rabb. First base on balls: By Matthew
son, 1. Struck' out: By. Matthewson, i;
by Hahn, fc, Time: 1.34. Umpire: John
stone.. St. I.oals Wlas la Tealk.
. v ......
- 8T. LOUIS, June 12. St.. Louis won a
n-Wnlng game from Roston by 4 to 2.
In the Isst part of fhe tenth, with two men
on bases. Brain knocked the ball inder
the bulletin board, driving In the winning
run. Both pitchers were hit freely. At
tendance, 7,004. Score:
ST. LOUIS. BOSTON.
ft.H.O.A.B .R.H. O A S)
Farrall, lb... 1 1 1 f enmer. rf... 1144
Mann, t 1
Oram' gar, Ib.
PUUnsr, p.. 1
Donovan, rf. 1
Barks, lb.... 4
ackMt, lb.. 1
O N.ll. ,. 1
DsnleST, . 4
ToUls ... II n II V ToUls ... I tin It 1
xOne out when winning run was made.
St. Louis 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 14
Boston 0 0 Z 0 0 0 0 0 1 03
Earned runs: St. Louis, 3; Boston. 1.
wo-ba'se hits: Moran (2). Three base
hits: Farrell, Tenney, Hackett. Double
plays: Carney to Gremlnger, Bonner to
Abnatucnio to Tenney in). Farrell to
Burke, Moran to Abbattlchlo. Stolen
ases: J. O f. ell, Cooley, Tenney. Carney
Wild pitch: Dunleavy. Bases on balls:
Off Dunleavy. 3: oft Plttlnser. 4. Struck
out: By Dunleavy, 7; oy pittinger, 4. Left
on bases: BU Louis. 8; Boston, 7. Time:
:00. Umpire: Holllday.
Chicago Tnder Dog.
curcion Iiim i, i i .j .w
gave the visitors today's game in the eighth
inning wnnoui ins aia oi a oaae nit. me
rest of the contest was well played, with
hits and errors evenly divided. Attendance,
PHILADELPHIA. I CHICAOO.
R.H.O.A.BT. R H O.A I.
1 folly, as
. Totala ....
28 10 27 14
AB. R. H. PO. A.
2 1 0 1 0
t 0 12 0
.... 0 2 10
t 12 4 1
lb 4 1 1 17 1
3 2 110
4 0 1 1 11
2 0 0 0 I
Thomas, cf.. 1
Ktlttar, rl.. 1
Tltui. If 4
Huliwitt, m. 1
Oleaaoa. lb.. 4
6 Low,, tb...
J r,r. ib
.. i inn
0 11 8 I
0 10 02
25 4 10 Xt 22
0 118 10 2 0
0 8 4 3 0 0 0 1
Omaha, 4: Peoria. 1. Two-
Stewart U). Wright. Three.
Holly. Home run: Welsh
i Sacrifice hit: Tlbeld. Stolen bases: Tlbald.
Hlckey, Companion. Bases on balls: Oft
- Alloway, 2: off Companion, 4. Struck outi
Jly Alloway, I: by Companion. 2. Passed
i Vails: By Oondlng. 1: by Wilson. 1 Double
rjiay; ioian 10 enugari to wngnt. Time
lata, tmalre: Kelley.
J Kavasas City Takes Aaotber.
V KANSAS CITY, June 18. Hess was In
, Vtnoible after the third Inning. He re-
.relvea poor support. Attendance, f&J.
'Kansas Clty....O 2 8 0 2 0 0 0 MU S
'Denver- .........1 0 10 0 4) 44 7 8
.. Batteries: For Kansas City, Hesa and VI-
. ricn; tor uenver, iempae ana Urhlel.
Hlllleaalres Have Easy Time,
ST. JDRKPH Juna 11 Tha Millionaire.
bad an easy time taking today's game
iron om sainu. ocore:
" R.H B.
Colo. Springs.. 11 0 0 1110 MU 0
Bt. Joseph 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 01 6 4
Batteries: St Joseph, Chlnn and Garvin;
lor oioraoo eprings, Mcrseeiy ana JJoran
Mllwaakee'a Play Tells.
MILWAUKEE. " June IS. Milwaukee won
a well played game with Des Moines by
clean and opportune hitting. Brown made
one or the longest hits ever seen hare. At
tendance. J.Ouv. Score:
Milwaukee .... 0 0000430 8 (
Des Moines.... 0 0000080088
Batteries: Milwaukee, Brown and Lucas;
Des Moines, aisaigan ana rom.
, , Staadlac at the Teas.
Played. Won. Lost.
ToUls ... I IH 14 I Tsuii
Philadelphia 1 0 0 0 0
Left on bases: Chicago, U: Philadelphia,
Two-base hit: Gleaeon. Three-base hits:
Taylor, Kling, Roth. Sacrifice hit: Oleason.
stolen tmses. magie, cnanoe, Titus. Dou
ble play: Hulswllt to Barry. Struck out:
By Taylor, f; by Sparks. 4. First base on
balls: OS Taylor, 8. Time: 12. Umpire:
At Pittsburg Brooklyn game, on account
StaadlasT at tha Teams,
Played. Won. Lost.
Colorado Springs ... 38 28 10 .131
Milwaukee 31 12 .813
Kansas City 81 18 IS .629
!nver 36 17 18 .4M
PeorU 32 14 18 .438
Des Moines S6 15 20 .4.t
Omaha 31 12 19 .887
St. Joseph 32 12 20 .375
Games today: Omaha at Peoria; Denver
at Kansas City; Colorado Springs at BL
Joseph ; . Dea Moines at Milwaukee.
Sheaaadeaa still WlaalaC.
k CRKSTON. la.. June ll-(Speclal Tele
gram.) Shenandoah Is still the champion
ball club of southern Iowa. ' It defeated
t'reeton here today by a score of 14 to 10,
after the sixth Inning, when the score was
te 10. In favor of Creston. Batteries
.THE VALUE OF CTIARCOAL
tar Peeal Kaew Haw Vaefal tt la fha
. , yieaerviagj nesiia en,ir
. Nearly everybody kaews that eaareoat Is
the safest and most Octant disinfectant
sad purtQer In nature, but few realise Its
vales'"' ken taken Into tbs hnmaa system
for the same cleansing purpose.
Chareoal Is a remedy tkat-Ue siare. -rm
Uke ef It the better; It is not a drug at all.
but simply absorbs the gases and Impurt
ties always areseat In the stomach and tnv
teetpiea an4) earrles them, et ef the yataV
Chareoal sweetens tne bream anr ernes
lag tad drtaklag or attar eatlcg onions and
ether odorous vegetables;
. tThareoal effectually clears and Improves
the complexion, It whitens the teeth and
further acts as a nataral and eminently
It absorbs the lajnriotis gases whlph eel
lect la the stomach and bowels; It dlala
teots the mouth and throat from the teiaoa
AU druggists sell charcoal la one form or
mother, but probably the best charcoal and
the most for the mosey Is Stuart's Ab
sorbent Losenges; they are composed of the
Burst powdered . wUlow charcoal and other
baCuUea antiseptics la tablet, form, er.
rather, la the form of large, pleasant tast
Ing loceegee, the ahareeal being mixed with
The dally, use of tbeae loseogts will noon
tall ra a much Improved condition ot the
general health, better complexion, sweeter
breath aad Barer blood, and the beauty of It
la. that no poealble harm eaa resalt from
thdr continued u. hut, on the eoatrary,
great henaAt. .
A BultsJo physician. Is speaking of th
tteaeflts of charcoal, aay: "I advise
Stuart's Absorbent Losenges to gl) patient
offering from gas ta th stomach aad bow
els, aad to clear the complexion and purify
the breath, mouth and throat; I also be
llera. the Uver is greatly beaelted by the
daily ase of them; they east hat twenty-ire
cents a ban' at drag stores, and although la
some sense a patent preparation, yet I ba
ilees I get more sad better ahareeal ta
telrt's Abaorbeat Losangea Uaa La as s4
Us the shsrssal Ubieta
GAMES IN AMERICAN LEAGUE
rloetea 8'lade S. lala Team Easy,
eerlig Sevea Haas ta
S alb lac
BOSTON, June It Boston bad no trouble
In batting Powell t"lH-. Young, on the
other hand, was effective. Attendance,
BOSTON. , ST. LOflS.
R.H O A ' R.H O A B.
Dmjih.r!?. If 1 I I Burk.tt. If .
8II. If 1 SHeierh-K. rr. 1 1
rs'.ltna. lb... 14 14 I Hmpblll, rf. I 1
O'Hrl.n. rt.. 1 IWilltra, i
rnnu, rf.. It ttnOrm, lb. 1 II
Psrvnt. Ill eMrora. b. 4 1 1 4
4 I lb... I
1 Kaho. 4 T 4 4
4 FsetlL .... 4 4
UrhuM, ur I 4 14
Forrta. lb.... 4 4 1
rnr. r.... Ill
TeUls ... 4 4 14 II 4
TeUls ... T 14 It 14 B
Boston 1 1 1 1 1 0 7
8t. Louis OOOOOOSOO-0
Two-base hits: Parent (2), Heldrirk,
Dougherty. Crlger. Collins. Three-base hits:
Freeman (a), Crlger, O'Brien. Stolen bases:
LaChance, Collins. . Double pay: Collins
to Parent to LaChanee. First base on balls:
Off Powell 1; off Young. 2. Struck out: By
Toung. 2; by Powell. 4. Parsed balls:
Crlger (I), Kahoe (2). Time: 1:36.
Champleaa Beat Clevelaad.
PHILADELPHIA. June IS. The banner
crowd of the American league's farcer In
tills city today saw the champions defeat
Cleveland In the last gsme of the present
series. Dorner wss Ineffective and retired
after the first tntlfrig. Wright taking his
place. He also was batted freely. Attend
ance, 24,227 Score:
PHILAOEI.miA. .. . CLEVELAND. '
R.H O A I K.H.o.a.a
Hrtll. If... 14 1 SBT. rt 1; I
V BradJer. lb..
0 Hitkman.' lb. 1
HcCsfUir. U. 4
Fllrk. rf 4
1 OorbA'ar, . 4
4 Abbott, C
4 Dorarr. 4
iWrlaht; p.... 4
.n w n -
Philadelphia '..1 4 0 0 1 8
Cleveland 0 10 0 0
Bae hits: Abbott, Davis (2). L. Cross,
Pevbold. Three-base hits: Murphy. (2).
Home runs: Hickman, Davis. Sacrifice
hits: Hartaet, Seybold, M. Cross Powers.
Left on bases: Cleveland, 6; Philadelphia,
8. First bsse on balls:, Oft Dorner, 2; pft
Wright, 4. Struck out: By Dorner. 2: by
Wright, 3; by Bender, 8. Time: 1.56. Um
White Sox Skat Oat.
WASHINGTON, Juno 13. Orth's fine
pitching enabled Washington to score an
easv victory. White retired 'In favor of
Dunkle at the end of the first inning, after
a home run and lour singles were made off
his dslivery. Attendance, 1.400. Score:
WASHINGTON. I CHICAOO.
R.H O A I K.tt.u a.a.
u.m n l 1 1 I Dolan. If....
I s vjonea. ci v 9
CC'allaban, lb. 4
Irbrll, lb.... 4
Daly, tbt.... 4
Vc Far land,
Whit, t 4
Plrkwlaa cf 1
Dana. lb.... I
L. Cm,, lb. I
Sarbol. rf. .. 1
Murphr. ib.. 1
M. Cross, aa. I
Powers, .... 1
Bandar, p.... 1
... 1 I 24 It I
1 0 -12
0 0 0 01
SE BUSY DAY ON THE LINKS
Omnia Golferi Maks SaturJat Afternoon s
Timo of AeUrity.
MEDAL PLAY FOR CUPS BRINGS CROWDS
Both t eaatry aad Field C lab Llaks
Sec - Maay Golfers aad the
Sceres Are Exeelleat Kvl
deaees af Perm.
With the Cartsn cup and the Omaha
Field club cup to play for at the Field and
ountry clubs yesterday afternoon the
largest number of golfers that have played
In tournament play on one day In Omaha
this year were on the links. The Field
club course was In excellent condition and
the piny was the highest average play that
has ever been played on like occasions at
the club. John Francis, with a handicap of
1. won out with a net score ot 85 and 1 bet
ter than Harry Morrill.
The score of the Field club tournament:
If. B. Morrill
B. L. Kemper
F. H. Blake
P. Hotiney ......
M. C. Peters
W, E. Tslmatler .
Dr. Sherraden ....
M. H. LaPoucues
W. E. Rhodes .....
W. K. Cundlss ...
C. R. Bone
E. A. Copo
H. W. Howe
irlhach. If... Ill
Rran. cf 8 114
Dtlehatur. rf 1 1 I
Couahlla. lb. 1 I I I
Carry, lb.... 4 111 I
Robinson, lb. 1 I
Drill, C Ill
Orth B 11
..M II XT 14 eiHallmaa
t n ica go
Boston at St.
I ToUla ... 4 4 14 4 1
Washington 82000320 10
Chicago 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-1
Two-base hits: Orth. Selbach. Ryan,
Home run: Ryan. Stolen bases: Moran,
Selbach, Isbell. Double play: Robinson to
fa rev Vlrat has on balls: Off Orth. 4:
off Hunkle. , Struck out: By Orth. 2; by
Dunkle, 2. Ieft on bases: Washington.
Chicago, 6. Passed ball: McFarland. Time
:. umpire: Bnenaan.
Detroit One Raa Behlad.
NEW TORK. June 13 New Tork de
feated Detroit today, scoring the winning
run In tha ninth. Kberfeldt made his first
appearance with the local team, playing
against nis former ciud inaies. wikmiu
ance, i.iuml score: -
NEW YORK. , DETROIT.
111 S'Barratt. ef... 4 4 I
4 4 14
4 4 4
2 8 1
Tork at Cincinnati, Philadelphia at Chi
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION GAMES
St. Peal Makes Tea, bat Lealsvllle
Coes Three Better After Pon.
LOUISVILLE. Ky.. June 13. The locals
won the first same of the series from nt.
Paul today by Datnng potn mew. in ana
Vols all over the lot. WcCord was wild
and was relieved by Egan In the second.
Attendance, 3.000. Score:
LOU1SV1LLB "I ST. r-AVL.
R.H O.A.S.I R.H O.A. S.
Karwls, rf... 14 14 O.lrr. If 13 114
Hart, lb I 8 1 4 8bannea. ef.. I I I
Braabaar, lb I I I 7 1 Jaciaon, rf.. 1 S I 1
OdwalL ef... 1 8 1 8cha,rar. .. 1 1 1
S. S'Tsn, lb. 1 I Wdarlrr. Ib. 1 I
Cljmar. U...I 8 1 OHuitioa. lb. 1 4 4 4 1
SrhrlaTer, ,.. 1 1 eKall.r. lb... 1 I 14 I 1
Chllda. aa.... 1 1 I I J. S'Taa. ..11444
MrOoH. p... 4 4 11 0 Stdwart. p... I
Ksaa. p 3 14 1 Vola. p 4 4 4 1
xrargvsea ... 1
..14 I If la
U 17 n IT 1
z Batted for Volse In ninth.
Louisville 40381040 8-13
BL Paul 02004000 4-10
Two-base hits: Hart. Jackson. Three-
base hits: Kerwin, Braahear, Kelly. Home
runs: .Braahear. Kerwin. Hart, Stolen
bases: Kerwin (2), Braahear. Sacrifice
hits: Odwell, Schriever. Left' on bases
Louisville. 10; St. Paul, 4. First baso on
errors: Louisville, 1: St. Paul, 1 First
base on balls: Off McCord. S: off Eian.
i: on- mewart, ; on voise, e,. etruca out
By Eaan. 1; by Stewart, 3. Double clays
McCord to Hart, & Sullivan to Braahear
to Hart, Hugglns to Kelly. Passed ball
J. Sullivan. Wild Pitch: Scran. Time
2:16. Umpire: Cunningham.
Errors Give Kaaaas City Victory.
COLTJMBUS. O.. Juns 13. A twor-base
hit by Qanley with the bases full In the
eleventh inning gave tiansas tuy victory
over Columbus. Ksvisas City would have
been shut out but tor Koarn s wild throw
to second la the seventh. Attendance, l.osi.
KANSAS CTTT. 1 LUtlBKUl.
R.H. O.A. S R.H O A C
Roibfuaa, rt. 1 aoiraaoa, aa. . till
111 Baaaon, ... 1
114. Tbooar, If... 4
1 II 1 Tumor, lb.. 4
4 4 4 Mallor, lb... 4
4 4 1 Arsdt. rt ...
14 4 Raroiar, lb..
f '4 tltoaeb. ;.... 4
4 14 ball,?, p....
Malanar.- . 1
Naaoa. Jb... 4
OrmdT. lb.... t
Knoll. If 1
Laows, as.... 1
Uanlar, af... 4
Olbaoa. a.... 4
ToUls ..." 4 4 U IT" ToUls ... I 4 M 11
Kansas Clty....O 00440140434
Columbus 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-1
Stolen bases: Bannnn, Turner, Raymer,
Maloney. Grady. Knoll. MrAndrews. Sac
rifice hits: Roach, Leewe, Nance. Base on
halls: Off Balloy, 3. Two-base hits: Nance,
Oanley. Double plays: Raymer; Bailey to
Turner. Hit py pucnea Dan: tsy rtauey, x.
ny Haiiey. ; oy uinson. 1
Struck out: By Bailey. 4
Wild pitch: Bailey. Time
ladlaaapolle W laa Kaally.
INDIANAPOLIS. June 11 Kellum
pitched excellent ball today. Vaablnder was
hammered fiercely; and Indianapolis won
easily. Attenaance. t.iwj. score:
INDIANAPOLIS. I . MINNEAPOLIS
R H O A E.I . . R H.O A E
HoaTlarar, rf 1 I 0 McTraary;' rf. 4 4 I 4
I Booonas, lo.
1 I I - eiifr. It
1111 Oomuh. rf.... .1
I 4 It Yt", ...
18 11 Ludwlg. lb.. 4
I 1 I Martia, lb... 4 4
1 I 11 .4 Orlar. aa
1111 Vublsaar. p. 4
ToUls ...11 WltM V ToUls ...4 4 14 11
Indianapolis 2 1 8 0 8 0 0 8 13
Minneapolis o u o v e
Two-base hits: Jones. Tameett. Cullum.
Smith. Three-baae hits: Klhm. Coultor,
O Hrien. uouois piays: Luawig io Kpooner,
O Ilrlen to Mnro. siriiin out: Hy i;al
him, 11: by Vasblnder. 1. Bases on balls
Off Kellum. I: off Vaablnder, 3 Hit by
Pitched nan: n vasoinoer, i. Tims: 1:4s.
At Toledo Milwaukee game on bcerunt
Steadies; af the Teams.
O' Brian, aa.
Played. Won. Ixst, P.C
Milwaukee 41 13 JM
St Paul 48 24 17 .sri
Indianapolis i 3 20 .4.H5
Ksnaaa City 34 14 It .fro
MlnneerxilU 44 71 23 .477
l,utsvllle 4& 20 U . .444
Culumbus 44 14 28 .Ml
Toledo 44 14 24 .364
(lames today: Kansas City at Columbus.
Milwaukee at Toledo. St. Paul at Louis
ville, Minneapolis at Iadlanapolla,
The remainder of the scores were about
Five la a Tie.
The entries at the Country club were also
very large and five members tied at 77 and
the tie will be played off some time this
week. The score:
W. D. Bancker 89
P. Hamilton W
H. Butler 96
H. T. Lehmlst 95
M. Morsnian. Jr 91
W. A. Redlck 87
Harry Lswrle 91
R. A. Coles 43
R. R. KlmbsJI 7S
R. Kimball M
W. E. Martin 96
George E. Prltchett 93
U Keed 90
E. M. Fairfield f
T. McCormick 98
O. Ives 98
R. Sooble 96
George L. Hammer 98
O. W. Wattles 102
W. M. Roger 99
Stockton Heath 93
V. Klngaley 90
B. Rahm 86
Judge Vlnsonhaler f?
H. i. ureen 95
. M. Hitchcock 89
Kaotor, rf.... 4 4 4
ElbarTHV aa. a a l
Wllllajaa. lb. t 1
Pnlta. ot..... 4 4 1
Conrof, 4b... 114
Oanaal, lb... 4 U
OOnser, .. 4 1 4
Ckasbra, p.n I S 1
4 0 Barratt, cf...
2 Crawford, rf.
.a Smith, lb....
I eCourtnar. as. 1
1 MrAI'it.r, Ik 2
2 OUcOulra. a..
jirMerlns. p... 4
Tetals . 3 1MU l ' Totals .... 2 .4xJS IS- 3
xOne out. when winning run was made.
New TorX..:.-..V.... 1 1 -; 0 - 0 3
Detroit 01010 00003
First base on errors:' New York, 2. Left
on bases: New York, 11; Detroit, 4. Two-
base hits: ctieebro, urawrora. Bacnnce
hiia- riavla (3l .'Klberfeldt. Fults. Oansel,
Barrett, Stolon base: Oansel. " Double
tiIhv: T.ush to McOulre (Z).. First baxe op
balls: ur cnesoro, ; on jjeoring, a. nimin
out: By Chesbro. 6: by Deering, X. Balkf
Deerlng. . Time: lS. Urcplrei.a'Laughlln.
New York ,
No games today,
. 44 .
BASE BALL AT THE FIELD CLUB
If. Diets Team Goes Dies o De
fe4 bad Them the Calleas
Tha. Omnha Field club defeated the C. N,
In a slusa-lng match Saturday,
In which the batting of Lafterty and the
fielding. OI ADDOil were ma iraiur. owis
c - I c n. diiti, -
Hoailaui. cl I I 4 4 W Harrison, lbv 1 I I
Martin. - iaic, ii-p .
Crawford. .114 1 Anderaob. ni l I I
Chambers, tb I I 1 linanr. m.. a i o
Abbott, lb .. X 111 J ottainawar. o. t ill f
Clarba. 11...'.! ll 4 ;Platnr. H-lf 2 I
TlppaiY. lb.. Ill) 1 Jauxlna. lb., till
Kno. tb.... 1 1 tForan. p 4 1
Read, rf 4 4 4 sirlnsar. p... 1
Malone. as... 4 14 1 1 Knlfbt. rt-p. 11
Uarldaon. p. I I 1 soraa. aa. a i i
TeUls . 14 11 Mill J ToUlf ...11 1 M 11
x Welch out. infield fly.
Vlelrt club 13 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 14
C. N. Diets 0 t i t 0 10 1 818
Three-base hit: Lafferty. Home run
Chambers. Struck out: By Davidson. 3; by
Vnrun. 1: by Stringer. 1 bv We ch.
Bases on balls: Off Davidson. 2: off Forau
2; off Stringer, l; OB deleft, 7. Umpire
The Field club also defeated the Cullens
In an exciting game. ' xoyngrs pncning was
ins icaiurc. ovvi.
..3 1 0
J II I
Y. M C. A LEAGUE. -.OPENS
First Game Betweea Diamonds aad
Byrae-nasnoiers, wTt. Former
The first game played by ' tha-teams
tha Touni Men's X'bristian associat
league ended In a 'defeat for the Byrne
Hammers, who opposed the Diamonds. The
game was pisyeo. on inn -Toung Men i
Christian association grounds at Seven
teenth and Plnkney street, and resulted
in a score ot iu to s. ecore:
Diamonds 0 3 4 3 0 1 0 0 110
Byrne-Hammers ...3 0S03S00
Batteries For Diamonds. Wlllard and
Magarth; for Byrne-Hammers, Flugerald
and Mail. '
This Is ths first game of the series which
will be played by the lee.gue " on either
Wednesday or Thursday, evening and Sat
urday afternoons. Four teams constitute
the league at present and It Is hoped to
hare two more added. The Diamonds and
Standards are composed of members of the
association, as are also the liyrue-Uam-mer
and McCord-Brady teams, the lattel
two having only men employed In theue
The association Is preparing for s. track
meet to be neia sometime in July. Thl
Is the first dons by th association In trad
lines for some years and the revival this
year promises to be one that will last more
than tne season.
Battle Creels ! a Game.
CLEARWATER Neb., June lS-Hperlal
Clearwater and Battle Creek crossed bat
today on the Clearwater diamond, wit
the result, 7 to 4. In favor of the home
Clearwater .' 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 0
Battle Creek 1 4 1 4 4 4 8 0 0-4
Batteries: Smith and Macauley; Boyer
Vlatea tales by Baaehlaa; Hits.
WEBSTER CITT. la. Juns 13. (Stxrli
Telegram.! Bunching- the hits gave Vinton
the victory over Webster ttty this after
noon in a fast and well played game ef
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by Wrlgrat and Cox for the locala. Bat
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While; tut Ylaton, Ueintal and Atkins.
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GAMES IN TRI-CITY LEAGUE
One at Vlaton Street, Aaotber al
Soath Omaha aad tha Third
Following Is the llne-un of the teams In
the Trl-Clty league for the games to ba
The Crescents snd the Ideals will play
at South Omaha at Jetter park. Twenty
eighth and W streets.
Crescents. Position. Ideals.
Hall...., Second Hoffman
Ruef Left . .Dunn
Rice or Troby
fi.. Bellinger or
-. - - Ooellner,
The Originals and B, letters of South
urn ana win piay at vmton Btreet park:
Originals. . Position. "B. Jet t era
Bradford.. ', ....i.. Second ..............Lynch
Scully, .............. Left ..!........ Johnson
Tavlor Rlaht ' RisIh
Welch Center .....;,.:Tonneman
jvrnncuy ..i......... ciifiri ..ACKerman
Foley V First'.....;: Clark.
Crelghton........... Third Cahlll
O Keefe Catch ...Flnlev
Mcllvalne or Pitch Collier or
The 'Joseph-' Smiths and Earles will clar
.. Third ....
.. Left ...I
. First ....
k Ceatar ...
make matters worse the game was played
on the grounds of the defeated team.
lhe Bt. Johns put a slight crimp tn tne
St. Charles boys bv beating them, 18 to
11. Batteries, St Johns, Alqulst and Dit
to row; St. Charles, Walters and Howe.
The boys of the Omaha Printing com
pany showed their contempt for the Car-
f enter Paper company players by making
t 14 to 8 with ease. F. Cope and Miller
were In the points for the printers and
Miller and Sltterqulst for the paper men.
The club from the Union Faclrtc auditor's
offices took in their neighbors from the
B. et M. headquarters to tne iune,oi m
to 8. Whitehead and Erlckson were the
battery for the Union Pacltlc and Truel-
son. Wilson and j-aber for tne H. & M.
The auditors are feeling good over their
victory, as It keeps their percentage up
to the 1000 mark.
CRESCENTS DEFEAT EAGLES
Longanecker, Pitcher from I'nlverslty
of Nebraska, Knocked Oat
of the Bos. -
STOCK YARDS JUNIORS LOSE
-The Crescents defested the Eagles of
Council Bluffs yesterday afternoon in an
easy game at Lake Manawa by a final
score of 11 to 8. Longanecker, the Uni
versity of Nebraska, pitcher, was in the
dox tor tne murrs team and was toucnea u
the first inning for a lead of Ave runs, an
he was knocked out of the box In th
fourth. He was replaced by Matthews,
who was a pusale to the Crescents. Peter
son payed a star game at first 'for the
Ragles ...0 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 04 8 4
Crescents 6 0 8 0 3 0 0 0 011 12 1
Batteries:' For 'Eaglos.'Longanecker, Mat
thews and Ferster; for Crescents, Troby
and-Karr. Umpire: Panther. :
. i - -
Loasr lilt Wins Game la Iflath.
- WAHOO, Neb., June' 18. (Special.) One
of the most exciting games of ball played
here this season occurred yesterday at the
ball park, between Wahbo and a nicked
-team from Saunders couAty.- There .wave a
large crowd-present and the game stood
0 to 0 In the first half of the -ninth. Inning.
Percy Adams, the Wahoo uUcher, did , ex
cellent work, holding his opponents down
to tour hits. The brilliant play -that Won
the game occurred at an opportuna time.
There were two men on baaes and two
outs when Step Crawford came pp to bat.
Now Steo Is .a - brother, to the famous
"Wshoo Sam" of Detroit, and after making
a couple of passes at the sphere, he lined
the "ball away out over the fence, making
one of the prettiest home run hits ever seen.
Wahoo 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-1
Saunders county..... 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Rnttsrisa: Saunders county. UeVore snd
Wolta; Wahoo, Adams and Johnson. 8truck
out: By Uevore. ; oy Aaams, io. caa
on balls: Oft Adams, 1; oft DeVore, 1.
Two Games at Vlatoa Park.
Two games will be played at Vinton par
this afternoon. In addition to the regular
scheduled game of the Trl-Clty league, the
Lee-Glass-Andreesen Originals will take
nn ih Atiantica rrom Atlantic, is., a
strong team. The game will be called at
2:30 o clock and tne teams
L.-G.-A. Originals. Position
KJatleaals aia Some Heavy Work
the Fifth' aad Sixth'
. Tbs nvsrrnnflilAncs of ths TTnfnn fitwlr
Tarda- Juniors lost them the game to the
iNationais yesterday arternoon at jetter s
park, before a large and enthusiastic
crowd. The fielding and batting honors
were about equal with Caughey, Miller snd
Adams for the Juniors and Westergard and
McLean ror the Nationals doing the heavy
stick work. The Juniors made a grand
finish In the ninth, knocking In four runs.
but when It was ell over they were one run
shy. Adams pitched good ball, nut was
hit hard in the fifth and sixth. Wylle did
rood work, but was a little wild at times.
Nationals 0 0 0 0 S 4 0 1 1 12
IT. S. Yards Jrs....O 4 1 0 0 8 1 0 411
Earned runs, stock yards. 6; Nationals,
Two-base nits: uaugney. westergard (2).
Mrln. Bases on balls: Off Adams. 1:
off Caughey. 1; off Wylie, 7. Hit by pitched
ball: By Adams, 1: by Wylle, 1. Passed
balls: Westergard. 2: Miller. 1. Struck out:
By Adams. ; ny lausney, ; ov wylle, .
Stolen 'bases: Yards, 4; Nationals.: 3. Left
dn bases: Yards, 4: Nationals, S. Time:
2.00. Umpire, Ackerman.
COLLEGE BASE BALL- GAMES
Tale Goes Dawa . to Prlaeeloa
Pennsylvania Before Harr
' vard. ' .".'"
'NEW YORK. June . 13. Nine thousand
rirsons saw Princeton defeat Yale by 1 to
on the National league grounds hers to
Princeton 1 M 0 I I I 4-1 II I
Yale 1 0 0 3 0 0 11 04 I 0
Batteries: Princeton. 8tevens and Reld;
Yale, eneviin and winsiow.
Harvard Overwhelms Peaasy Ivaala,
CAMBRIDGE. Mas.. June 1J -Harvard
completely overwhelmed University of
Pennsylvania today, playing ths fasten!
game seen here this year, the score being
s to e. uiarason struct, out tweiv meu.
Harvard 0 t 0 0 I 0 3 0 8 14 1
Pennsylvania ..0 0000000 00 3 '
Batteries: Harvard, Clarkson and Qulg
ley: Pennsylvania. Groves and Carle.
At Chicago: Chicago, 12; Northwestern, 8.
Holdrege , Mladea S.
HOLDRKQE. Neb.. June 13 3rec!al Tel
egram.) The second game ot the Central
Nebraska Base Ball league was played
here today between Holdrrge and Mlnden.
with a score resulting In favor of the
locals I to L score:
Holdrege 0 3AO0340
Mlnden 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 02
Batteries: Holdrege, Teel and Hall; Mln
Amn MMnitarann ami Whit litnn-.
11 V Teel. 8; by Sanderson. 4. Base on balls!
Off Tel, 1; off Sanderson. 1. Two-bAse
bits: Sanderson. Bim, taray, scnaub. HI
by pliched bail: burman. Errors: Hold
rege 2; Minuen. 1 Time: 1.40. Umpire:
r aterman. -
Amaagr Amatear stall Players.
Tha Nebraska flu rooms Bunoly com
pa-ny'steam was defeated by the United
States Supply company's club by the nar
row mar in of one run, the score being
II to ID. The ballerlee were: Nebraska
Beverldge snd Kisbellk: United States,
Swarts. Griffith and liolbrook.
The H. aV H. team took ten runs white
Uie Imperials were making one, and to
Howe , .Center ,
Crelghton v Catcher...
Reseats Agalast. Natloaals,
Tha Ra-nta and Nationals will come to
gether at Krug s park Sunday afternoon at
J o'clock. As both teams hsve lost but
one game this sesson a warm gams la ex
pected, iney will line up as luuuwa.
bannia Position. Nationals.
Kennedy r irsi
V. Kill Short rgresenger
Is' Kill ' Third Parmelee
Inman Left - Nelson
vi n ir on ' Second t ,Uohn
Meeham . enter ......o....i.
Oarvey Right .jonnso'i
Mokery tm n"i""i'i
Coad Catoh - .....
Haley....; Pltcn .. ..Mcnim
Gamea la Thrre-I I.esee. ,
At Rookford Rockford, 3; Siiilngfleld, 1.
At Cedar Rapids Cedar .Rapids, .2; De
catur. 0. .
, At IJUbUQiie uioominy .-i. s. f"u'"i"i
At" Davenport Rock leUnd, 6; Daven-
TRI-CITY DRIVING MATINE.E
Crowd ef'Over Thoasaad People Oat
to See Foor laleresllas: ;
CLAUDE TAKES TOE DERBY
Fbmons Horse Astounds St. Louis Crowd
by Eaty Cantor Homo.
FIELD BEATEN BY TWO OPEN LENGTHS
Wlaaer Establishes New Reeerd by
Captarlagr Three Derbies, Tbeagb
Oftea Classed as Outsider ta
ST. LOUI3. June IS. Claude, by Llssak
Uda H, with 127 pounds on his back,
owned by M. J. Daly, trained by M. J.
Daly and ridden by Jockey J. Daly, won
the Bt. Louis Derby, valued at 811,000, from
a good Held today. Claude, although over
traveled, over-weighted and overlooked, dis
posed of bis field with amaslng ease, win
ning by two lengths, with something In
The colt had everything In his favor from
the flag-fall. Starter Dade got the field
away after two minutes' delsy to a good
start. Au' Re voir, ths Bennett candidate,
and equal favorite In the betting; with the
Darden pair. Monsieur Beaucalre and Sioux
Chief, at 3 to 2, was first to show, fol
lowed closely by Schrelber's eprlnter.
Deutechland, Claude was fourth. Coburn,
on Au Revolr, allowed Deutschland to set
lhe pace, passing the stand the first time,
and at the seven-eighths pole mads a fast
move with the Bennett horse, but to the
surprise Of the Vast throng Dauehland hung
on' aad the pair ran neck aad neck to the
mile at a terriflo pace, Au Revolf, leading
by a. -neck, . Deutechland second, Lendln
third and. Claude sixth.
Turning Into the stretch Au Revolr had
enough, and surrendered the lead . to
Deutechland. . Here Monsieur Beaucalre
was brought up and for a time "was In the
lead, with the fast tiring Deutschland sec
ond and Bas d'Or third.
A mighty shout went up for the Darden
candidate, "A u Revolr has chucked It up;
Monsieur Beaucalre wins I" Monsieur Beau
calre was coming fast and to. all appearance
had the race at his mercy. All eyes were
centered on him, the popular favorite; the
white-nosed horse wss winning and a
mighty shout went up.
At the sit teenth pole a little horse was
seen coming out of the bunch, head down,
like a pitching broncho, and mowing down
the horses ahead of him with remarkable
ease. J. Daly, on Claude, had made his
winning move. With the greatest ease
Claude went Into the lead and before the
wire was reached bad put two open lengths
between himself and the field. The best
horse won, but the victory was not a popu
lar one. Nobody thought of Claude, he
was looked upon as an Intruder.
Claude has now three Derbies to his
credit, which establishes a new reoord. In
order to get the colt here to race today It
was necessary, on' account of the high
water, to travel by a circuitous route.
Claude's last appearance at the track was
as a 2-year-old. when a sensational killing
was made on him at prices from 100 to 80
to L ..Results: ,
First Mie. six furlongs, selling: Hook
I oka won. Cloudy second. Doctor Kammerer
third. Time: i:l4.
Km-nmi race, five and a naif furlongs.
puree: Miss Crawford , won. Old Stone seo-
on'l. Don Alvaro third. Time: 1:0RW
Third race, one and a sixteentn mue, sell
ing: Klsme won. Pleroe J second, Pharoah
third. I line: i :. -Fourth
race, one and a half miles. Derby
Claude won. Monsieur Beaucalre second,
Bl"ux Chief third. Time: 2:36V
Fifth race, one mile snd twenty yards,
purse: Macy won, Tahy Tosa second. Maud
r.nnnn third. Time: 1:42V.
Sixth race, seven furlongs, selling: rmee
or, Sweet Drtam second, vestry taira
Seventh race, six furlongs, selling: Idy
Vsahtl won, Orleans second. Jos GosS third.
EYENTS ON RUNNING TRACKS
Savable Dlstaaeea Klevea America
Derby Caadldatee aa liar
- lem field.
Th Tri-fitv Amateur Driving club rave
its first matinee yestefdey before an en
thusiastic audience or over l.uw people.
Many handsome turnouts were on the
grounds. The meet wss given tinder the
management of Mr. Crofoot and Mr. Ken
dall. W. F. 8app of Council BlufTa, as
starter, showed his ability as there was
no delay between bests. The Judges. Fred
Poffenburger. w. . rtousion ana nr.
Burns, gave their decisions to the entire
satisfaction of boih'the owners of the
horses and" the people. Summary: .
Tony W. (W. A. McKay)
Btugen (C C. Kendall!
Miirdlne (C H. Brlggs)
Time: 112H. M8.
Jim Beattie (T. Dennlson)
Hoy F. (F. J. Campbell!
Poverty (W. C. Rues-1
Robbie Poet (C. Redlchi
. Time: 1.1&V i U. -
Governor Taylor IC. F. Crofoot).
Ruth Jester tc H. Brlggsl
Black Strath J. Northcotti
Rocks tO. I.lrcbi
Chat wood tJ. W. Carr)
Time: . 1:14V 1:13V
Princess C. F. Reed)
Iena Hurley tJ. Bryne)
Alex (J. Knuch
The second beat in CMae C was a very
exuitlns one. as Ruth Jester went away
from the wire at a lively clip, leading lo
the quarter. There she was overtaken by
the Kentucky horse. Governor Taylor, who
showed a wonderful burst of Hived down
the back stret-h hnUhlng first. In this
same heat, as Rock came to the wtre. be
la rt his feet and rsn -three miles before
h i driver. Mr. l.lrch. con II get him under
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.UK-iKO.T. June 13.wR8ult:
Fintt ram. flush lurlnnsra- tu.J
, i lt ........sje. ssanuntuni won.
W.?I?hal. ?y. 'T.?"d' Flelsohmsn
Second raoa. six furl On STB a TJtfla nllik
Tim" Wlai, Ann" "con'1, ;mma C. I third".
inird race, one mile: On the Quiet won.
Rencaw aeconri. Hulra ty,ir tiZ.-. , '
Fourth race, one mile and an eighth, the
Campau handicap, value 81.800: UirallKhter
won, tonsoluca second. Reservation LXird
Fifth raoe, six and a half furlongi: OoldVn
Sixth race, one mile snd an elehth: Oiirai.
won. Larkspur second. Radford third.
FORMING CITY TENNIS LEAGUE
Biovemeat at Field Clak Premises to
. Brlac Akaat Permaaeat
Friday night members ef several ef the
tennis organisations In the city met at tha
Field olub to discuss the formation of a
city league, snd It was decided to go ahead
with the organisation, which will be knuaw
as the Omaha Lawn Tennla association.
An effort will bs. made to have each club
I" the city loin the association. Each clali
Joining will have representation on tha
board and the association will arrange the
dates for the various club tournaments and
open tournaments, so that conflicting dates
can be avoided as much as Is possible, snd
slso so that ths entries will be materially
Increased by co-operation.
The date for the holding ' of the city
Championship tournament wss also tsksn
up, snd It was decided to spilt the tourna
ment and hold the singles during the wek
of July 1 on the Field club courts and the
doubles the week leglnning July 31 on the
Bt. Croix cotirts. Thesw tournaments will
be open to all city players snd it may bs
so arranged as to Include Bouta Omaha
players as well.
Wednesday evening of this week the
association will hold its second meeting st
the Field club and Is desirous ef having
delegates there from all of the-local olub
If possible the association will attempt to
organise a state association also and hold
a slate tournament shortly before the Inter
stale. This tournament Is to be held In
IJnooln and wll he a drawing card for the
Interstate, It Is thought.
CHICAOO, June U. Against nine Ameri
can Derby candidates John A. Drsks's
Savable, champion 8-year-old of the west,
victor of tbs futurity last year, and equal
favorite with Irish Lad for tha Derby, won
the M. Lewis Clark stakes today In a sen
satlonal rush. Results:
First race, seven furlongs: Bis Bhooter
won. Old Hutch second, Jim Clark third.
Time: . 1 :Zfi t-a.
Second race, four furlongs: Peter Paul
won, J. H. Mayberry second. Mansha K.
third. Tim: 0:48 8-6.
Third race, the M. Iew!s Clark s taker,
one mile and an eighth: Bavable won,
Bernavs second, Ths Picket third. Time:
Fourth race, 'six furlong: Dick Welles
won. Burnt Bunton set-end, Kltrate third.
Time: 1:18 1-8.
Fifth rare, on mile and an eighth: Hargls
won, Ilerinencla second, John McUurk
third. Time: 1:83.
Hlalh race, one mile and a half: Cogswell
win, Castun second. Compass third. Time:
Heventh rsoe. one mile: Modicum won,
Our Bessie seoond. Alee third. Time: 1:40 1-8.
NEW YORK, June 13.-Rsulta:
First race, handicap, about six furlongs:
John A. flcott won, Astarlta second, Itiguld
third. Time: 1:113-8.
Becond race steeplechase, handicap, about
two miles snd a half: Blrlke the Light won.
Judge Phillips second, Harkforward third.
Third race, ths Tramont stakes, shout six
furlongs: Magistrate wo. Oettyaburg sec
ond. Dimple third. Time: 1:13 4-8.
Fourth race, the Brooklya Derby, one
mile and a half: Whurler won, Oolden
Mnilm second. Merry Acrobat third. Tims:
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