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TITE OMAHA DAILY BEE: WEDNESDAY, JULY 15, 1003.
ROURKES. RALLY AT THE BAT
Pull a GT) Oat ia Kiiith Inning by
UnA ml SUni
HALLA OF KANSAS C.TY WEAKENS AT END
Game Marked hy Slagging ea Both
Sides Is Flaally Wan After Belag
Twit L-eat by liana
How easy) ' .
It waa all duat in the ayes of the Kawltee
yesterday . afternoo when the Rourkeltes
rot together andxan, doing things, and
finished by a cor( of 10 to with two men
till to be put out And Pa's boy, won
just because they went and took acorea
when they needed them. Everybody had
his batting rags on and the ball went
round the Held Ilka a cat with the flu.
Shafstal tond ' one bad. Inning and Ilalla
had two, which mad, it all the harder for
the poor lad.
After the day before It looked Ilka easy
money to. KJ4 -lchoU. and ha put Ilalla
In the box to practice with. But Just to
ba sura of .not making any mistake, they
took a large klxed fall out of Shafstal
right at the jump and then settled back.
Ketcham :kH to? In, bat and scratched.
but waa promptly forced out at second by
Waldroiu.. Etrejb singled and Jacobs cama
to the doing. Two times he swung at tha
balli and then he lit on It 'and It went over
tha fence like aV dove.' Weeks was erased
at first and Kahl singled and came In on
Webster's . double, and that waa all for
that Inning. In the third both teams drew
In the sixth "Dusty" Miller came to the
bat. He singled and the crowd rose and
cheered him. Bhugart followed suit and
things looked lovely. .Welch singled too,
and Ha)la was getting worried, but that
was only the start Jack Thomas got Into
tha spirit of s tha thlhg and swatted out
another single. Then . Hlckey got busy
and drove,a tiloe one down tha third base
line and Just out of reaoh of tha squdgy
Kahl. It waa good for three runs and tied
the score.- With BhafstaTs single It was
one to the good and so It remained for
- Kid Nichols' band evened It up In the
eighth by swatting out a few, and the
ninth opened up excitedly. Jacobs went
out with a thud and then Shafstal weak
ened. They fell on him and three runs
resulted. ' It looked aa If It waa all over
for Omaha, ' But It wasn't
' Oenlns drew a base on four wide ones.
The crowd cheered and Halla looked wor
rled. Miller got punctured with one of
Mr. Halla's twisters,, but Umpire McCar
thy called him back and he drew a base,
100. mines were loosing up ana nana
, began to think of home and tha children,
but It was no use. He couldn't get them
over the 'pan. Bhugart 'Walked and there
were three on bases. Then Welch and
Thomas singled. That 'brought in three
rune. The score' was tied and Qondlng
.. Hk.l.t.l .. J
dubbed one tiver to Kahl. Kahl gathered
it up like a man In his sleep and threw
it wide to home, while Welch skimmed In
with the Vinning run; , .
Today , , the tems wIB try It all oyer
again. The summary:
AB. R. IB. PO
Carter, rf ..: 4 0 11
Oenlns, ss, ........- ft
Miller, If , I .,
Hhug-art, 2b 4
Welch, cf...i B
Thomas, lb 5
Hlokey, tb 4
BhafaittU, p iii4f"
.'..'.SC 10 11 XX II t
x Weeks out for bunting third strike.
AB. R. IB. PO. A. E.
Ketcham, cf 6 0 2
2 0 0
4 0 0
Waldron, rf S 1 I
Strelb,, lb 4 1 1
Jacobs,, ss 4 2 1
Weeks, v If 0 1 1
Kahl, 3D a .1
Webster; 2b 4 1 1
Messitt,' o 4
Halla. D , S 0
i a i a
y..V V - - -
Totals 43 . 14 x T I
x One out when winning run waa made. (
Runs by innings: . . ,
Omaha ....-tf 0' 0 10 0 4-10
Kansas City 4 0100001 (
Hits by Inningsi. . . .
Omaha .. 4 1 ! ? 2 t !
Kansas City 5 0 110 118 14
Earned runs: Omaha, 6; Kansas City, 7.
Left on bases: Omaha, 7; Kansas City,
11. Bases on balls: Oft Halla, 7; off Shaf
stal, S. Struck out: By Shafstal, 4; by
Halla. 1. Hit by pitched ball: By Halla.
1; by Shafatal, 1. Two-base hits: 'VVeb-
r- 'uter, Measltt. Three-base hits: Hlckey.
Ketcham. Messitt. .Homo run: Jacobs.
Sacrifice hits: Carter, Gondlng. Time: 1:36.
I Millionaires D,wa reoria,
mninn BPRTVCfl Julv 14 Colorado
Borings butted Friend hard at times and
had no difficulty In. amassing runs enough
to win tne. game. Dcors.
Colo. Springs i.l 0 0 1 t 0 1 - 14
p,orla ;..-0 0 0 0 0 0 1 13 10 1
Batteries: Colorado springs, ixewmsysr
and Loran; Peoria. Friend and Wllaon.
St. Joe Skat .at la first.
TJE8 MOINES. July 14. Des Moines shut
out St, Joseph In the first game of the series,
lloffer kept the hits well scattered, while
Falls did not- AiwRuinov v. r H E
i-... 'nin-"' ' I n 1 0 1 S 0 0 4 9 1
St. JoseDh 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-4) 10 .
Batteries: Pes Moines Hotter and troMi
BL Joseph, Falls and Oarvin.
Poor Base Running Beats Denver
DENVER. July 14. Denver lost today's
game through poor base running ana i-iwuy
errors in ine sixiu uu Bittwimi
Bcor?: . .. ... . R.H.E.
Milwaukee", . 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-3 I
Denvr 0 000200000 0 t I
Batteries: Milwaukee, Kenna and waun;
Denver, Lemks and Hchlel.
t Standing of the Teams.
vPlaved. Won. Lost. PC.
Milwaukee AvCLT 43 IS .689
r.iinrMdo Sorlnas ....f 44 23 .667
Kansas City W. 84
St. Joseph .'. o
Dee Moines '9-
Omaha .St 23
Games today: Ksnsas City at Omaha,
St. Joseph at Des Moines, Milwaukee at
.Denver, soria ai tuiuiauu oyi .iS.
GAMES' Ift NATIONAL LEAGUE
Giants Tnho Lsvat-Contest, Marred y
Mlahaos Whem' Players Are
mvi-TNVATI. July 14. New Tork took
the last game of the series from Cincinnati
today by timely and heavy hitting. Mo
Olnnlty and Steinfeldt ran into each other
In the Sevenin -iman, mum win wni
knocked -unconscious, but gamely resumed
their work. Attenfftfcr 3.28. Score:
K(W TOS.K. T - CINCINNATI.
Bro-o..- rt.. J I 0 0 oinonlla. If... 14 1,1
VanH'a. rf.. 11(4 i tirmour. of. 4 1 ( 4 ,
kteuana, lb. 4 ' ( 4 4 liolaa. rf ...0 0 I 0 0
Sana t- 14 ( Hacklar. lb. .01(41
hbk .,...! 4 4 4 OXiaioUlot, lb 0 0 I I 0
Waaa h a. IS 1 1 1 t Llr. ' lb 0 till
Warn, ,...1 4 I a. , 4 14 14
Halluiiltr. P 1 J 0 J U' Ulpa. J J J
TaU '. . w it it a ll; ; toui, ..."i 11 ir u "i
New York . 1 f J-10
ClnclnnaU ,.4 . 0 0 S 1 0 1 3
Two-base , hlte:' Mertea, Babb. Three-
"Kins si Bottlstl Beers." Hlgkesl
Orator trasi I.
bane hits: Warner (I). Babb. Left en
bases: New York. 4; Cincinnati, 4. Btnlen
base: Vnn Haltren. Double plays: War
ner to Gilbert. Uresnahan to Hahb to Mo-
Oann, Btln.eMt to Heckley. Halib to (.11
bert to Mc'Mnn. ' r"lrt base on balls: Off
Mr-ttinnlty, ; off Phillips, 1 Hit by pitched
mil: Kolley, Hresnahan. Btrurk out: By
MrOlnnity, 4. Barrlflre hits: Vanlisltren,
Mertea, Dolan. Time: 1:10. Umpire: O Day.
Microbes Wla la Twelfth.
CH1CAOO, July H-Wlcker won his own
same today In tha twelfth Inning by
smashing a liner straight at Doyle, too hot
to handle The hit scored Har. y, who had
led off with a clean single and reached sec
ond on a neat sacrifice by Kllng. Attend
ance, 1,(500. Score:
R H O A R.H.O.A K.
t..la. If.... S I Wstrans. lb... t t 4
C'aaar. tb.... J 1 I oHlwkart. If. 0 t 0 0
Chan... lb.. 1 4 tlnbla. rf.... 4 1
D Jonas, cf. I I 4 onnrl. lb.... 4 4 14 4 4
as. 1 I panisa, aa... l a i a
, , 1 Rlttor, ..... , ,
lit Oiriood. lb.... lilto
alio lMoCraarr. rtl 1 I I 0
4 114 to. loan, p. I 4
Totala ...Ill Mil l Total, ..1 -M IS
xOne out when winning run was made.
Chicago 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 12
urooKiyn . . wuuuiuuvuuu v i
Left on bases: Chicago, i: Brooklyn. 8.
Two-ban" hit: Chance. Sacrifice hits:
Kllnr. Hitter. Stolen bases: Harley, Kllng,
Dahien, Flood, joutie piays: t iooa 10
Doyle, Dobbfl to Doyle. Struck out: By
wicker, 1: by Jones, 6. Bases on nans
Wicker (8), Jones (2). Time: J:10. t'm
Phillies-Down the Ralats.
ST. LOUIS. July 14 The Phillies defeated
the locals today after a close (tame by 6 to
,. in me nrst inning tne amines dito
McFarland out of the box. scoring four
runs and practically winning tne game.
Mike O'Neil who succeeded McFarland.
allowed the visitors only four hits in the
eignt innings ne pitched. Attendance,
PHILADELPHIA I ST. LOUIS.
. . It. M.o. A t ' R.H.O.A.B.
ThMu ' m . i i. a a ffaMn. IK. . 1,111
Glaaaon, lb., 1 4 4 0 Donobue, rl. I i
WolT't'a, tb. I It I -8moot. cf... 114 4 4
Kalater, rt.. 11,1 0 Barclay. If.. 1 4 1
Tltua, If 1114 O Burk. lb.... 4 10 4 0
Barry, lk.... 4 0 11 0 llHackett. lb. 0 114 4 4
Huliwltt, aa. I 1 I I 1 Damont, aa.. 0 440
Elramar. a... 4 0 11 D J. O'Neil. e. 0 1 4 1 4
Dufflebr. p. 4 4 4 I OlMeFarlaod, p 0 4 4 1 0
. 4 4 4 1 OlMeFarlaDiI, p 0 0 4 1 0
.-AH. O'Nau, pO 0 1 0 0
' " lM ' riuia ...-o-Tirlil
Phllsdelphla 4 06000010-6
St. Louis .1 o f i u i v v v I
Earned runs: Philadelphia, 6. Sacrifice
hits: Smoot Gleaeon, Duggleby. Hit by
nltchel balls: O Neil. Zlmmer. Wild pitch:
McFarland. Bases on balls: Off McFar
land, 2; off Duggleby, 1. Struck out: By
McFarland. 1: bv O'Neil. 1: by Duggleby
3. Left on bases: Philadelphia, 6; St. Louis,
4. Time: l:S6. umpire: Moran.
At Pittsburg Pittsburg-Boston game
Standing of the Teams.
Played. WstL Lost P.C.
New York .
St. Louts ...
Oames today: Boston at cmcago, isew
Tork at Pittsburg
GAMES IN AMERICAN LEAGUE
Cleveland Fights Hard tor Twelve
Innings, Finally Snatching
Victory Over Boston.
BOSTON. Julv 14. The home team lost a
bitterly contested twelve-Inning game to
Cleveland today. Honors were about even
between Dlneen and Moore. Both teams
fielded brilliantly. . Rain prevented the sec
ond game which had been arranged. At
tendance, 1,736. Score:
CBVBLAND. 1 BOSTCN.
R.H.O.A.B I K.H.O.A.g.
fcar, cf 0 10 WDonalianr. If 0 0 1 14
nradta. lb.. 1111 HColllna. lb.. 0 1110
Lajole, lb... 1 1 4 4 olstalil, ef 1110 4
Hickman, lb. alio wrraamaa, n. i a i v
McCarthy, It 1 I I 0 0 Parant. aa... 0 1 4 i 4
Pllck, rf 0 114 olLaCbaoce. lb 4 1 IT 0 0
Gochn'er. aa. 0 0 0 4 0
Kama, IB.... a i g
Bamla. a 0 1 It I 1
Crlfar, o.... 0 10 0 0
Dlnran, p... 0 10 10
xO' Brian ... 0 4 0 0 0
llj. Btahl.. 0 4 0 4 0
Moors, p 0 0 1 1 0i
. 4 14 14 11 ll
ToUla .. I 10 14 10 0
x Batted for Criger in the ninth.
xx Batted for Dlneen In the ,-nlnth.
Cleveland ... 0 0 0 0 0 0 2.-0. i.O 0 1-4
Boston 0 I ff' 1 0 1 0 (T 0 0 0-3
Three-base hits: Freeman, Hickman,
McCarthy. Stolen bases: Collins, Parent.
Double plays: Dlneen to Parent to La
Chance, Ferris to LaChance, Bemis to La
Jote. First base on balls: Oft -Dlneen, 3:
off Moore, 3. Hit by pitched ball: By
jvioore, . eirucK oui: ay moore, a, uy
Dlneen. . Passed ball: Criger. Time;
2:30. Umpire: Connolly.
Two In Tenth Decide.
WASHINGTON. July 14. After Ryan had
trtDled and Clark had singled; tlelng the
score in the ninth, two errors and a single
In the tenth gave today's game to BL
Louis, Both pitchers did good work, the
support accorded them by their respective
teams ngurlng largely In the .result. At
tendance, 933. Score:
ST. LOUIS. . . WASHINOTON.
Bnrkett, If.. I I I 4 trl Moran, as... 0 14 11
Haldrlck, cf. 1 1 I 0 olKyan. cf 114 0 4
Krlel, lb 4 0 0 1 OUMarka, lb... 1.111 0 0
Andaraoa, lb 0 (11 1 0 Balbarh, If.. 0 1 ( 0 0
wauaoa, aa.. l 1 4 rr o , s , o
0ur4an, ... 0 4 4 1 OIl.'ouRhlln, lb 4 1 I I 0
Hill, lb 0 0 13 OiRobloaon. lb 0 0 1 I.I
Hambblll, rf 0 1 I 0 Drill, c 0 0(10
Blarara, p... 0 4 ( t OlOrtb. p 0.0. 1 ( 0
Totala ..4 I (0 11 ! ToUla ..3 6i21 14 I
- x Frlel out on attempted bunt.
St. Louis 000110000 24
Washington 000000101 02
Earned runs: Washington, 2. Two-base
hit: Clark. Three-base hit: Ryan. First
base on balls: Off Orth, 4. Struck out:
By Orth, 2; by Blevers, 6. Left on bases:
Washington, 1; St. Louis, 7.. Paaeed bail:
Drill. Time: 1:66. Umpire: Cloughlin.
Waddell Strikes Fourteen Oat.
PHILADELPHIA, July 14.-Waddell es
tablished a new record today by striking
out fourteen men. Every. man of the Chi
cago team with the exception of Slattery
waa retired on strikes one or more times,
labell going out in that manner each of his
four times at tha bat and Jones fanning
three times. White pitched good ball, but
three hits in the second Inning, two of
them doubles, gave the locals two runs.
Attendance, 4.230. Score: .
HartieL If. . 4 I ( 0 W
Ilkarln(, ' cf 0 1 0 0 u
Holmes, If... , ( ( 0 ,
Jonaa. ef.,.. 0 0 4 0 0
Dana. 4b , , , 1 HI
Unaan, rf.... 0 1 ( 0 0
L. t roaa. It. I 1 I 1 (
Uallahaa. lb. 0 0 11 1
Rarbolo. rf.. 0 a 1 0 i
Murphr. lb.. 1 0 1 0 1
lahall, lb.... 0 0 10 1
Masooa. tb.. 0 0 0 1 0
rannehUl, aa 0 0 I 4 4
Slatterr, a... 0 14,1
A' hits. p. ... 0 4 0 I 0
lalcFarl-ad . 0 a
14. Croaa, as. 110 1
ahrack. 4 1 It I
Waddall, p.. 0 0 I 4
Totals .. I I 17 19 I
ToUla .. 0 ( 14 11 1
x Batted for White in ninth.
Chicago .' 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Two-base hits: Green, M. Cross, Bhreck.
Three-uaae nu: noimes. Bacrince hits
Pickering, M. Cross. Stolen basea: Calla
han, M. cross. lvrt on bases: Chicago,
11, Philadelphia. . First base on balls'
on nils, i; on waaueii, t. struck out
By White. 2; by waddell, 14. Hit by
fltcher: . Magoon. Passed balls: Slattery,
; bhreck, 1. Tims: 1:45. Umpire: Uas-
Detroit Goes I'nder la Tenth.
NEW YORK, July 14. New Tork defeated
uetruii in ine lenm inning oi an interest
ing same. Green's double and Long's wild
throw bringing in tne winning run. Grif
fith was hit hard In ths first, inning, but
aiierwara neia ioe visitors well in hand.
Ills home run drlv, -scoi Ims Bevllla ahed
of him In the fourth saved 'the game for
Mew i or. Attendance, a.v.H. Score:
NBW TORK. , . DETROIT.
R.H.O.A.B HO AH
Kaalar. rf... ,910 Barrel, cf... 1 1 1 a a
rulti. cf 4 1 I 1 0 McAlliat'r, If 1 1 4 0 0
Wllllama. lb 1 I I I 1 t'ravfura. rt. 111(0
Mr ran a. u. a a a a riarr, lb 0 I II 1 1
Conroy, aa... 110, 0 V eager , tb... , ,11,
uanaai, id... w a ia i vobiid, IB.... 1,14 1
Uraan. lb.... I I 0 I IUiii, as 0 0 14 1
Ha.llle. a... 1111 u Bueloar. a... 4 It,,
UnSlk, p... 110 4 viKllaoa, p.... 0 10 10
ToUU . . I 11 (0 14 ll ToUla ..4 TxM u t
x One out when winning run scored.
New Tork 0 1 0 3 1 0 S 0 0 1-6
Detroit 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 04
Left on bases: New Tork, 10; Detroit, S.
Two-base hits: Wllllama. Green. Oirr
Three-base hits: Gauzel, Crawford. Home
run: Griffith. Stolen bases: Keeler Carr
Secrtfloe hits: Williams, Teager, McFar-
Hced bseasss sured ana) sst egalltv.
May Canfaar, 7.
land. Long.- Double play! Williams to
OanaelL ) lmt baae on balls: Off Orlfflth,
2: off Klttaon, 2. First bane on errors:
New York, a. Struck out: By Orlfflth. (;
by Kltson, 5. Time: 2:ii6. Umpire: Sheri
dan. Staaelng of the Tessas..
riayed. Won. Lost P.C.
pojiton 71 4 25 . 648
1'hllanelphla 71 41 ) .677
Cleveland 68 37 $1 -644
New York 65 34 31 .6
Detroit 67 33 34 .4M3
Chicago 68 32 34 .V
St. Louis ...65 29 R .446
Washington 68 20 4 .290
Oamea today: Chicago at Philadelphia.
St louls at WaahlnKton, Detroit at Mew
York, Cleveland at Boston.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION GAMES
Milwaukee's Pride ts Hambled by
Louisville, Which Takes Conple
MILWAUKEE. July 14.-By losing two
of the greatest ball games seen here this
year Milwaukee went Into second place
today. L-ouisvine snui oui me Brewers
In the first and won the second by Mil
waukee's errors In the fourteenth inning.
For nine Innings Elliott did not allow a
hit. McCord also pitched wonderful bait
Attendance, 900. Score:
R.H.O.A.B. I R.H.O.A.B.
Karwln, rf... 4 1 4 0 o!-hany; lb. 0 1 I I 0
Hart, lb 0 110 0 Donahue, lb. 4 I II 4 4
Branhtar. lb 0 1 I 0 Wood. aa....4 1114
Odwall, cf .. 4 4 10 o'l'nal.ub. lb. 4 1 I 1 4
BulllT.n, lb. 1 1 1 1 4Haraphlll, . cf I 14 4 4
Clrmaa, if... 1 114 0DunlaaT7. U. 0 0 1 0 0
SrhriaTer, e. 1 1 10 1 0;OanlTr, rt..i 0 14 4 4
Qulnlan, aa.. I I I 1 1 Rpaar, a... 4 114 4
Walk.r. p... 1 1 1.1 cjKlllott. p.... 4 14 4 4
Total, ,. M 10 11 ToUla .. 0 11 IT 10 0
Louisville 0 0 0 0 1 0 4 0 14
Milwaukee 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Two-base hits: Qulnlan, Ganley, Walker.
Three-base hits: Clymer, Hart. Stolen
bsses: Qulnlan, Brashear, Hart, Hemp
hill. Bane on balls: Off Elliott J. Sac
rifice sits: Qulnlan, Elliott, Dunleavy.
Wild pitch: Walker. Struck out: By El
liott. 8; by Walker, 6. Double plays:
Walker to Schriever to . Hart. Left on
banes: Milwaukee, 8; Louisville, b. Time:
1:45. Umpire: Haskell.
LOUI8VILI.FI. , MlLWAl'KSB.
Karvln, rf.. 0- 1 1 1 o!s-hatley. . lb. 0 I 4 T 1
ti.r. lh..... 1 1 11 1 0 Pont hue. lb. 0 111 I 0
Pranhaar. lb. 1111 I Wood, aa ... 111(0
Odwrll. cf... 1 110 0Vnalaub, lb. 0 0 1 4 4
am..n lh I 1110 HmrhUl. cf 4 1 4 0 4
ClTinfr, If... 0 1 4 0 0 Dunlaary, If. 0 1 1-0 4
Bchrlar. ,.0 111 I olOaalajr. rf... 0 0 1(1
Qulnlan. aa.. 0 0 ( 4 4;Spr. , 0 0 7 1 4
McCord. p... 1 0 1 4 oMrdlth, p. ( 10 0 (
BlUott, p.... ( till
ToUls .. 4 4 41 11
I Totala .. 1 II 4t M I
Louisville ....0 0100000000004-8
Milwaukee 0 OOOHIOOOOOOO o i
Three-base hit: Hemphill. Stolen bases:
Schafley, Hemphill, 'Hart (2). Base on
balls: Off Elliott, 2; off McCord, 4; off
Meredith, 1. Hit by pitched ball: Ker
win. Sacrifice hits: Qulnlan, Kerwln, Gan
ley, Hemphill. Struck out: By Elliott,
4 dv Mnnl 1?. Double clays: Unglaub
to Donahue to Speer; Qulnlan to Brashear
to nan. ieit on vmscs. i.i h c ..,
Louisville, 6. Time: 2:30. Umpire:
St. Paul Pounds Relating Hard.
ot "cATTT. ' Ti,i iiHf Taul took a ter
rific batting 'streak In the sixth Inning and
scored six runs. " Stewart was something
of a purile to the visitors. Alienaanco,
973. Score: .
ST. PADU f TOLEDO.
n.i ... i a a 1 - R.H.O.A.B.
Shannon, cf. 1 110 0 Smith, rf.... 0 MM
Jackaon, rf.l 1 0 0 Owena. aa... 0 0 110
Flournor, If. 1 I I 0 0 HoBman, ";?;
Hunlna. lb. 1 1 t 7 0 Turnar. lb.. 10(00
Hunlna, lb. 11(7 0 Turnar. lb.. 1 ;
Keller, lb...l 111 0 0 Bernard, cf.. 1 I 0 0 0
R'haeler, lb. 1 1 0 I O KIalnow, .
SulllT.n, .. 0 0 I I 0 Brhaub, lb... 0 1110
0 10 0 0
Chllda, tb... 0 0 1 I
Ratallng, p.. a a
I 10 rf 11 l
ToUla .. I 4 14 0 I
St. Paul 2 0 0 0 0 I 0 0 M
Toledo 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 12
Left on bases: St. Paul, 3: Toledo, 6.
Two-base hits: Jackaon, Bernard, Jvieinow.
Base on balls: OfT Stewart, 2; off Relsltng,
3. Struck out: By Stewart, 6; by Reisllng,
2. Hit by pitched ball: By Reisllng, 1.
vnmaA koii. k'l.innw l. Sacrifice nits:
Jackson. Flournoy. Time: 1:45. Umpire:
Oles Lose Pitchers' Battle.
MINNEAPOLIS, July 14.-Columbus won
a pitchers' battle today. Wagner and Mc
Donald were both In fine form,' the latter
striking out seven men. .Attendance, 1,400.
Scoe: -' . . i
, .cowjMBf s. . I m:kkbapolis.
' R.H.O.A.B. M R.H.O.A.B.
Bannon, cf.. 0 1 I 0 olSulllTan. et. 0 11 4 4
Arndt. rf.... 0 0 0 0 (Spooler, lb.. 0 0 11 0 0
Turner, lb... 114- OlLally. If 0 1 0 0 4
Rayniar. lb.. 0 I 0 1 o'Smlth. rf.i.; 4 144
wA.Pi.Mw mm a a i a tiiivler. aa.A. 10 10 0
Roacb, lb... 0 0 11 0 O'Vtclntjrre, lb 0 0 1 I 0
Fox, e....... 0 0(1 SMartln. lb... 0 4 1 ,( f
McMakln, It 0 0 I 1 OjLudwls. o... 0 4(10
Wagner, p... 0 0 0 4 McDonald, p. 4 4 4 ( 4
ToUla .."I"VTS"l' ToUl, ..1 (Mil 0
Minneapolis 00010000 0-1
Twn.hu hit: Turner. Three-base hit:
Lallv. Base on balls: Off McDonald, 4: off
Wagner,-4. Struck out: By McDonald. 7;
by Wagner, 4. Sacrifice hits:. Mclptyre (2),
Koacn, Mornssey. moien mm. xuini,
Raymer. Wild pitch: Wagner. Double
play: McMakln to Roach. Left on bases:
Minneapolis, 7; Columbus, I. Tlmo: 1:40.
Umpire: Cunningham.. .
Kaw Tribe Victorious.
ViVSAS CITY. Julv 14. IndlanaDOlls all
but tied the score in the ninth with doubles
and singles. Durham was effective at all
other stages of the game. Attendance, 1,000.
KANSAS CITY. , INDIANAPOLIS
Rothfuaa, ef. I 1 ( (
Hosriever, 111 1 M I
0 1 1 4 01
111 I 0
Kox. Ib 0 0 111
0 0 4 1 0
,(011 ojCoulter, cf
Knoll. . II..
.4 0 0 0 0
Jonea, It 1110 0
Nlcboll, lb.. 4 1 11 0 0
I I ( 1 v
Tameett, Ib. 1 10 1 0
McAnd'a. tb. 1 1 1 1 ll
Marcan, aa.. 0 1 I I 1
Durham, p... 0 I I 1 0
Ford, p 0 4 0 1 0
aWaodruS .. 0 S 0 ( (
ToUla ... ( 10 IT ( I
T0U1 ... , ihu I
xBatted for Ford In ninth.
Kansas City 0 2 0 0 1 0 2 0 -C
Indianapolis 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0- 24
Two-base hits: McAndrews, Butler.
Jones, Marcan, Three-base hit: Knoll.
SacrlAce hits: Gear, Grady. Stolen base:
Oear. Bases on balls: Oft Durham, 8; off
Ford, 6. struck out: uy uurnam, : by
Vord. 4. lft on bases: kLansas City. I:
Indianapolis, 6. Time: ,.1:46. Umpire: Mui-
Standing of turn Teams. -
Played. Won. Lost P.C.
8t. Paul ....
44 28 .611
42 27 . .6"
42 30 . 63
87 85 ' .614
28 33 .46
30 40 .42$
29 43 .408
26 42 .3S2
Games today: Louisville at Milwaukee.
Indianapolis st Kansas City, Columbus at
Minneapolis, loieuo at ou I'aui.
Waterloo Easy for Eagles.
FREMONT. Neb.. July It (Special Tel
aarra.m.1 Tho t remont t.a.Kies umn t nave
any trouble in getting away with the Wa
terloo leant una iwmiwii. 4.11V ta.,iva
did some hitting when It counted, and In
the sixth K. Cook knocked out a home
run. bringing- In two men wno were on
bases. Waterloo plied up errors and was
slow. DeVore succeeded Turner In the
box after Cooks home run, but the
Kuslea found him easily, especially In the
Bi-ore: - avn.aj.
F-agle I 0 3 I 0 I 0 I 13 12
Waterloo 101300300 7 10
Hatterles Eagles, Heckley, S. Ronln;
Waterloo, Turner, uevore ana &noia.
. Red Clond Wine Close One.
RED CLOUD, Neb., July 14. (Special
Telegram.) Six to nv, was the result of
today's game wlih Giltner, in favor ot the
lrwala The aume was hard founht and
outside of one bad inning apiece, the gam,
was line. Guliler and Schaub did fine work
in the field lor tne locals.
Red Cloud 00401100 g
Giltner 00001031 0-4
ituaoa on balls: Giltner 2. Red Cloud 1
Batteries: Wanek and Jefferles; Adams
Webster City Shnt Ont
WEBSTER CITY, la.. July 14 (Special
Telegram.) The local ball team, crippled
bv the lumping of Easton. ths star twtrler.
lost the it a me today to Oelweln. 6 to 0. Th,
locals securi-d but two hits oft Big Rogers. I
chile Wilkinson allowed nine. Errors wert"t
plentirui ana coaiijr on uoia siaes.. usson
City tomes here tomorrow for a series of
two games. Score:
Oelweln 0 40000010-t
Webster City S 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
- Batteries: Oelweln, Denser and Moore;
Webster city, vt iiainson ana wnite.
Ord Tnk.es Second Game.
ORD. Neb., July 14. With s long string
of victories to their credit, the colore of
the Oreeley base ball team were lowered
here yesterday by the Ord aggregation by
the aci.:! .if ( to 2. At no time during th,
-- " 1 sr. have aajr Un at wuv
nlng. Its two unearned runs being brought
In by the muff of a fly In center field. Wind
and rain put a stop to the game In the
eighth Inning. Bcfth teams have now cap
tured a game each, and a hot finish is
looked for. v , .
Jaat Like the Big- Lengners.
ATLANTIC, la., July 14 (Special Tele
gram. Creaton won again today against
Atlantic's rrlppled-up team, and tied the
locals for first place In the average of the
Houtnwoaiern league, up to .the end of
the ninth Inning, the score stood a tie
4 to 4. Mills of Creel on went to bat and,
on a strike being called on him. cursed the
umpire, who Hned mm lh. Mills talked
back and was put on the bench. Bonham
took up the runs lor Mills and waa also
fined o. Umpire Brantley, an Omaha
piano salesman, not being In the mood to
be trifled with. The umpire was Justified
In his action, but the disturbance rattled
the home team and when tha tenth Inning
ended Creaton had made 6 to Atlantic's
winning by I to l. Hatterles: Atlantic.
Jarrott and Perry: Creston. Ward and
Corbltt. Hits: ana m. Errors: 6 and I.
Btruck out: By Jarrott, 10: by Ward. 6. At
Llneolnltes 5ot In It.
olal.) The Yankee Hill Brick company's
nase oau team oi Lincoln piayea tne local
team In an exciting game here yesterday.
The grounds were Is) excellent shape and
the locals did the work that fixed them.
Germantown ........ 0 t 0 0 1 4 0 t 14
Yankee Hills 0 000180004
Batterlea: Germantowna. Westerhnfr.
Baker and Mitchell: Yankee Hills, Bets,
liintener ana bmniey.
Errors Costly for Bertram.
BERTRAND. Neb.. Julv 14.-(9neclal
TelcBTam.) Aranahoe won from Ren rand
by a score or to . errors lost the game
for Bertrand, . Arapahoe not getting any
earned runs.' Batteries: Arapahoe, E.
Beltcher and Pat ton; Bertrand, Masters and
MeCreery Goes to Brooklyn.
MINNEAPOLIS, July 14,-Tbomaa Me
Creery. late centerflelder of the Minne
apolis ball team, has been secured by Ned
Hanlon. manager of the Brooklyn National
league team. He will Join his new team In
EVENTS , ON' RUNNING TRACKS
Chicago Jndges Set Down ' Three
Jockeys Convicted ot Fool
CHICAGO. July 14 The Judges todav re
nawed their war on foul riding. Three
locKcys were Indefinitely susDended. Trea.
nor wns punished for his work on Orfo on
Monday, Henry was set down for cutting
across with Batts at the start of the Edge
water stakes today and Wonderly was set
down for fouling Major Tenney with Bard
of Avon In today's second race. Bard of
Avon finished first. - but was d souallfled
the race being given to Major Tenney. Re
sultr: First race, five furlongs: Bluementha!
won, Dungannon second, Martlus -third,
Second race, on, mile and an eis-hth
Major Tenney won, Kllmorl, second, Carat
third. Time: 1:644,.
Third race, Edgewater stakes, gross value
ta.DiU. nve naif (unongs: ionb.iaie won
English Lad second, Batts third. Time:
Fourth race, one - mile and an eis-hth
handicap: Bondage won. Bragg second,
Schwalbe third. Time: 1:52.
Fifth race, six furlongs: Henry Bert
won, uienaaie aecona, ine uiver third.
Time: 1:14. .
Sixth race, one mile: Lingo won. Blue
mini second, raaing xigni tnira. rime:
NEW TORK. July 14.-Results:
First race, five half furlones: Bowena
won. Sweet Gretchen second, white Plume
third. Time: 1:09.
Second race, one tnlle and a sixteenth,
selling: Dark Planet won, Ctnclnnatlus
second. Nevermore third. Time: 1:49.
Third race, one mile and a furlontr: W. R
Condon wonHunter-- Raine second, Thor-
neycroft third. Time:, 145.
Fourth race, the Glencover handicap, six
turiongs: Astanta, wqb. air vonrnees see
ond. Uravlna thlra. 'lime: l:l3k.
Fifth race, rlx furlotigs. selling: Lumi
nosity won. rnintie i-ieatner second, snort
cake third. Time: 1:1S3.
Sixth race, six furlongs: lux Casta won.
Counterpoise second Kingfisher third.
Time: :13fc ' ? -
ST. LOUIS. July. 14. -.Results: .... , i
First race, five furlflhis selling: Tona S
won. Alif-grette second, I'luKey a third.
Time: 1:04V,.' ' ' '
Second rnce, six ruriongs,' selling: ivernla
won. La Rouse, second,. Doctor Clark third.
Time: las,. . ,
l mm race, nve nnti a. nan rurioiiKS.
purse: 'Kilo-won, Lord Hermence second,
Brilliants third. Time:, 1:11.
Fourth race, six furlongs, purse: Helen
Print won, Stand Pat second, Frank Bell
third. Time: 1:14. '-' ' -
Fifth race, one and one-elcnths mile, sell-
lng: Carrie Hohe won, Hook Zoka second
Bnronet third. Time: 1:B7V4.
Sixth race, one mile .and seventy yards,
purae: Bengal won, Jim Clark second,
Mynheer tnira. Mime: 1:11.
WESTERN GOLF TOURNAMENT
Directors Meet In Omaha and Fix
Tlmo and Plnce for Fall '
The annual tournament of the Western
Golf association will be held on the links
of Waverly park in Des Moines, la., Sep.
tember 2 to 12. The first day will be for
women to qualify, the second and third for
men and women and the fourth day will be
given to a handicap match of thirty-six
holes against boglo. The links are said to
have a very fine elghteen-hole course. The
selection was made at an Informal meeting
of the directors here , yesterdaay. They
happened to be In the, city on other busl
ness and chose the opportunity to make
the arrangements for the tournament. H,
Q. Leavltt, one of the board, will be aole to
announce the program in full In a few days,
CRACK SHOOTERS EXPECTED
Missouri State Tournament to Be Held
at Lake . Contrary ia .,
iriQITDU Mr ' TmT 1i Or.l.h
Arrangements nave been completed for a
state shooting tournament to be held at
lake contrary tne tirsi week in Septem
ber, under the auspices of the ' Missouri
State Amateur Shooting association.
Invitations have been sent to tall the
crack shooters In the country and men
from St. oula. Kaunas city, Omaha. Den
ver and other leading western cities hare
announced their Intention of attending.
ine snoot wur oe a mixea ojrair, one or
two days being devoted exclusively to Uv
birds. Two or three days will be duvoied
Tha association has a member shin of
about 4u0, and they reside in more than
a dozen oinerent stales. 11 13 expected
that a greater majority of them will be in
attendance at this tail touruameut.
AMERICANS MINOR WINNERS
Only Two from Across the Bea Shoot
'at Blsley and Both
BISLEY, England, July 14 -Ctrptaln H,
M. Bell or the Becona regiment. New Jer
rey, and Private Cook tif the First regl
ment. District of Columbia, were the onlj
Americans who competed today. Both Be
cured minor primes in the comDetltion a
1.0O0 and 1.100 yards for a prlxe of l&O, or
fered by Major Edge. Lieutenant Ranklr
won, with an aggregate of 127 out of a pos
slbls I'M. captain lien scored- Ltf and Prl
vate Cook 121.
Shamrocks Stretch Their Sail,
NEW YORK. July 14-Not a race, but
a sail-stretching trial waa the purpose of
today's spin of the two Shamrocks down
along the Jersey coast. Shamrock III had
juat bent on a new suit of sails with in
creased area, afforded by its tallest mast
and Designer Fife wanted to stretch the
new duck be-fore a set race. All the time
the boats were out it looked squally snd
for haJf an hour before the trial was
abandoned the boats had a windy stretch,
before they put their sails down. Sir
Thomas expects to s've the boats a race
over a set course tomorrow.
Homo Una Only Seore.
M'COOK. Neb., July 14. (Special Tel
gram.) Toaays game netween Hold re a
and McCook was one of the most hot!
and closely contested games of ball eve
played in southwestern Nebraska. Hold
rege won by a fortunate home run. The
core was 1 to 0. McCook failed to n.ka
a safe hit off Teel and Schopp pitched
superb game for the locals. One of th
largest crowds ef the season witnessed the
LAND LEASES ARE ILLEGAL
ndian Parent Cannot Mate Controots for
JUDGE RENDERS SWEEPING DECISION
Most of the land Held Under Leases
in tho Indian Territory Most
Bo Vacated by tho
MUSKOGEE. I. T., July 14. A decision
was handed down today by Judge C. W.
Raymond, United States Judge for the west
ern district of the Indian Territory, which
will invalidate leases on 1000.000 acres of
Creek Irtdian land and will bring dismay to
speculators and land leasing companies.
It is difficult to appreciate the sweeping
effect of the court's holding. Judge Ray
mond has held that an Indian parent has
no right to lease the land of his minor chil
dren, unless he has by due course of legal
prooedure been made the legal guardian.
Cases where the parent has been made
tjh .legartfUfrtlUn ot Ms children are rare
in the extreme, hence the thousands ' of
acres allotted to minors that have been
leased by their parents have been let Ir
regularly and the leases will not stand.
In the Creek nation there are 3,07.su
acres of .land. Of this 2.WQ.000 acres have
been leased to outsiders.
Many Acres Illegally Occupied.
It is roughly estimated that only about
600,000 acres have been leased legally and
that the remainder is now being held by
persons who can be removed by minors go
ing before the Indian agent and demanding
possession of their allotments.
The speclflo case that came up Dcrore
Judge Raymond was an Injunction suit en
titled W. W. WJtten and Morris Black
against Shoenfeit, the Indian agent. The
agent had instructed an Indian policeman
to order a man oft land' allotted to three
minors and leased by their father, who
was the natural but not the legal guardian.
An Injunction was asked from the United
States court by Witten and Black to re
strain the policeman. The injunction was
denied snd the land will xbe restored to
the three minors.
EVENTS ON TROTTING TRACKS
Walnscott Easily Bests Two Competi
tors la Heat Week's Big
DETROIT. July lt.-The feature at the
Windsor Driving Park association's meet
ing today was the Impressive fashion in
Whlcn wainscon, an ciui i" w w"
chants and Manufacturers' J10.000 stake at
n.trnlt next week, won the 2:25 trot snd
defeated Hie Boy and Bonnie Russell, also
named In the hlstorlo staue. ttesuits:
Pacing. 2:15 clas. purse WOO, unfinished
frnm vesterday: Darky won first, second
and slith heats and the race. Time: 2:1114,
2:10A, 2:104. Wayne King won the third
ana rourin neaio. unit.; i.wji,
Maggie Fisher won the fifth beat. Time:
Trotting, :a Class, purse o-u: nainargii
won In three straight heats. Time: 2.10)4,
JrS4.-ing, 2:ai ciheib, purM avuu. i-vu...iv
won fourth, fifth and sixth heats and the
race. Time: x:m. - :n-. j-'iaoino
won first and third heats In and :11..
Hal Phaffen won the second heat In 2:ll'-..
lToiunK. ciass, yurwo a-""; n-.uw
Burke won In thijfce straight heats Time:
rrii.iTMRUS. O.. July 14. Results:
Class 2:24. pacing., purse Jl.fluO: Dr. Ma.
dara won in two straight heats. Time
Class 2:23. trotting, purse $1,000: Guy
Fortune won the second and third heats
and race, rime: :nni, s:io-. ainuu .
ili. w,.n the first heat In 2:l6'i.
riajaa 2:10. pacing, purse Su0: Baron
Rodgers won in two straight heats. Time:
Class 2:17, trotting, purse SO0: Ro4osola
won in two straight heats. Time: K:l4l,
2:16. . -
Raring Opens at Marshalltowa.
... r . . T mAwM Ta Till- 1i
(Soecial) The racing on the Cedar valley
circuit here today resulted as follows:
n W won the 1:15 trot in straight heats,
. . . .1 Hilll. A Ki-.l R-..I.
time- t:18l4. Dollie A swerved In n
break and A. Arthur stepped Into her
wheel piling the horses and drivers on the
... ' Mn MMrloiia lnlurv resulted.
in the 1 :2ft trot Miss Adrian won In
airaleht heats, Ned second and Reuben
i . . . . .1 a-011.
Harrv Bennet won the half mile dash In
' ' , . . V. U .... rn.A mtrA T 1 1 H ..
nrty seconua. wm.
M . place and show.
Th. attendance was only fslr, with
weather and track excellent.
Serlhaer Defeats Eagles.
SCRIBNER, Neb., July 14. (Special. )
nn. ii.nr doft-ated the Fremont Eaglee Sun
day on the home grounds by a score of I
to 7. liy SO uuina mm DWIiuli-r inui nun
ri.lmi the chamDlonshlD of Dodge county,
as the Eaglee were considered Fremont's
best. Chads of tha home team pitched
a good, steady game and kept the hits
well scattered, while the Scrlbner boys
hutted both the oppoelte pitchers hard and
the same was never In doubt after the
first Inning. . Score: R.H.
Scrlbner SlSlStlSO 1
Fremont I 1 1 M 1 1 H-l!)
Twn-haae hits: Berliner. I: Fremont.
fliu-rlflre hit: Scrlbner. Batteries: Fre
mont, Daum. Ackley and MIIHken; Scrlb
ner. Cbada and Kobertson. umpire; luni
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