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THE OMAHA DAILY BtfE: THURSDAY, AUGUST 13, 100.1.
. . 1
Jnit Becur. Victory fr.3 Erooklj. with
Una Em to wool
BOTH TEAMS CHANGE THEIR PITCHERS
Trolley Dad era Twice rill Bases,
at Fall to Get Tally neces
sary to Tie tho
BROOKLYN. Aug. 12. Wagner saved the
flay for Pittsburg on several occasions to- 1
day and the home team was beaten by on.
run. umw gave way to vail in ine teunn i
whll Jonea displaced Reidy In the third.
could not get the necessary run. Attend
ance, 2,000, Score:
- R.H. OAK R.H.O. A. g.
Beaamont. f 1 1 1 lltrm. Ik. .. 1 1 I
Clarka, If.... 1 10 0 Phr-arl. If. t 0 I 0 0
Iark. lb ... 1 t i 2 OiPobba, rf.... I i I I
W.r,.r, aa.. 1 IktI. lb ... 1 1 11
Pr.nTIl. lb 0 11 0'l.hlrn. mm.. 0 4 4 1
R'trhar. b.. 0 0 10 ;Mrf rry. rt 3 0 0 0
fl. bring, rf.. 1 0 1 0 l
Phrlpa, e.... 1 1 t 0
U", ....! 1 0 t 0
Klnod. Jb.... 0 I 1
jarIUn.h, c 1 1 1
Re iir. d s e e
Vol). 1 1 t
Um a 1 I 9
litirwia 1 a a a
ToUla ... I 1? It o
lilRlttar .... 000
Totals ... 7 37 12 1
xRatted for Reidy In third Inning.
xx Hat ted for Jones fn ninth.
Pittsburg 2 2 0 0 2 0 0 0-4
Brooklyn . 0 1 X 2 0 0 0 0 06
Teamed runs: ntteburg, 3. I-eft on bases:
P.rooklvn. 11: Httsbura. a. Two-base hits:
Leach. IJovle. Stolen basea: Beaumont.
Clarke, 8heksrd. MtCwry. Double plays:
Iahlen to Flood to Doyle; Bransfield. un
assisted: Rltrhev to Wagner to Bransfield.
Plrst on errors: Ilttsbuig. 1. Firat base
on balls: Off Reldv, I: off Jones, 2: off
Leever. 4; off Vail, 8. Sacriflre hit: Sheek-
ard. Hit hv nltrhed ball: Leever. 1: Jones.
2. Struck out: By Jonea.. 1; by Vail. 1.
Wild pitch: Relay. Timet 2:3. Vroplre:
St. Loals Slags Wltkoat Avail.
NEW YORK. Aug. 11 Although Bt. Loula
outbatted fsew orK today tne nome ream
won easily. The visitors made fourteen
hits off Tavlor. but onlv aot four runs.
wnne new lorsv taiuea lourteen umri.
. . ' . . ... . . .x I
Dunleavy e exhibition or box work was
poor. He gave nine bnsea on balls, five of I
wnicn wen tu jucriB. jiuvhukuv
.ti-fc. - . . A . 1A 1
NgW TOHK. 8T. LOV1S.
R.H.O. A. E.I R.H.O.AB
Rniftrn. rf . . I 1 1 1 t Tamil. Ib. . . 3 t I 1
I,r. .n h n rf 1 1 0 0 I'onoTan. it. 1 I 10
MOing. 1b. 1 0 10 t I Pmo, rf ... 1 I 1 t t
Mtrtaa. If... 4 t 1 ; t Bur... lb .. I 1 I I 0
Utbb. M lilt 1 Harrur. U.. t 3 t 1
im. lb.. 1114 tirvmem. ia.. 0 1 4
nnurt. fb... till lHarttt. lh.
Wamrr, c... tl.lt Q(Rjan. c
Rowfrmlfl, 0 1 3 1 OlDuulrmrr, B
Tkjlur, C 1 0 I 0
,(.. ToUla ..
x a t
0 14 11
0 t I 1
4 14 34 u I
Total. ...14 11 ZT 17 21
Vn.b n n A X 1 nt 14 I
Bt. Loula 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 4
Left on bases: New York. 7: St. Loula.
11 t-,.k.. hit.. nr,o ci normv.n.
Hackett. Three-base hit: Barclay. Bacrl-
floe hits'. McGann, Babb, Taylor. Stolen I
t . r . , ) I Il V . I. I 1.. V.l. n I .. . I
ltiuin to Gilbert to McGann; Brown to Mo-
nnnn: Farrell to Hackett. Bases on balls:
Off Tavlor. 4; off Dunleaw. 9. First base
nn rrnr. V Vnrk 2: HI l.DlliK 2. Hit I
V. v ll.ha.1 holl- Iiv rinnlnavv 1 Htrnr-k I
out: Bv Taylor. 7: by Dunleavy, S. passed
ball: Byan. Wild pitch: Taylor. Time:
a in i-mnlr.. f maiu
2.10. Lmpire. Lmslle.
Hirrabri Wla mmm Lata. I
BOSTON, Aug. 12. Chicago won the first
. game today. 7 to 4. but Boston toog tne I
secono, it to lu. Attenaance. i.ou. ccore,
CIllCAOO . BOSTON.
R.H.O A B. R.H. O.A.I.
Slasla, If.... 3 9 3 0 0 Coolay. If.. 134)
r.-r. 3b.... 13 3 O'Trncrr. lb.l 1 13 1
Chanra, lb.. 1 3 1 t 0 Stanley, rf.. 13 19
Jonr., cf 1 1 3 0 c-arnar. ri... 1 3 t
Tlik.r. as... 114 1 0 Maran, till
Kllna. e 17 0 O Ab'UYhla. 3k 9 I 1
Hc.rlcT, rf... 0 t 9 9 l.Grcm'ltr. 3b 0 1 3 f 9
iiH.mft ni i i 4 i Auhm. aa... 9 1 a t 1 1
Wicker, ... 1X93 o Pitunrar, . 1 9 9 t 9 1
ToUla ... 7 7 37 19 11
9 9 9 9 9 1
4 10 37 It 9
4AWf, A I
xBatted for Pittlnger In ninth.
Chicago 1 0 2 0 1 1 0 1 07
Xleton'i.MA..4.-ivu.ii0 S 9 1.0 0- 0 0-4
hase hits: Chance. Tinker. Stanley. Carney. I
Earned runs: Mosion, i; inicago, x. i wo-
Woran. Three-base hiu: jonea, Stanley.
umi.n v.... iiaricv nnminr Kirat
base on balls: Off Pittlnger. t: off Wicker,
1. Struck out: By Pittlnger, 2; by Wicker,
i. Puaaed balls: Moran, 2. Time: 1:50. bm
Score, second game:
BOSTON. f CHICAOO.
K.H.O.A B I R.H.O.A B
feolr. if.... 9 1 9 9 0 flan, if..
Tanner, lb.. 1 9 10 9 0 ). lb..
Bunl7. It-rf 9 13 9 1 ('banco, lb.
(roar. Hp. 119 1 OlJonaa. cf..
Deitar. a-cf. 113 1 OITInkar, aa.
Ab'tlrblo. lb 1 1 1 9 l'Klinx. e...
Cram'aar, l I I 1 t
i iiariay. n
19 19 9
Auhrar. as... 1113 1
Willi. ma, lb. 9 1
tkllllanta, . 1 3 0
Manalaa. B.. 9 9 9 1 0
atoraa, a..... 3 1110
W.lmar. p.,. 9 9 1 1
ToUla ...11 It 37 19 9 ToUla ...10 10 14 9 3
B"ton 0 0 4 4 1 3 9 0 U
Chicago 6 0 1 4 0 0 0 0 0-10
Earned ' runs: Boston. 6: Chicago. 3.
Three-ba.e hit: Moran. Home runs: Mo-
ran. Stanley. Casev. Stolen buses: Chance
(2), Oooley. Double play: Williams to
t,rennliurr to Tennev. First base on balls:
Off Willams, 4; off xisneree. z; otr weimer,
i r . . l. -iv..ii. u . . u.n.fu A..
brey, Struck out; By Williams, 2; by'Men-
w V. 'X ar?mKa i. k Sff' rV8"
ball: Dexter. VVild pitch: William. Time:
IM. Umpire', O'Day.
Stsukdlagr t Teams.
. Played. Won. Lost. P. C.
New York. .. 93
Cincinnati -.. K
Brooklyn ' M
PIRATES SCRAPE THROUGH
63 33 .04
61 45 .Ml
44 49 .473
U 61 .433
Save the Bands
It . M l
31 l .i!7
Onm" today: Pittsburg at Brooklyn:
Chicago at lio.ton; Sc. Louis at New Torn.
GAMES IN AMERICAN LEAGUE
Whit Art hat Oat, Bradley's
Stroaa; Battlagf Aldlag
CLEVELAND. Aug 12. -Cleveland shut
put Chicago today. Bradley batting was
tne feature. In four timea at tne bat be
made a Mingle, a triple and a hom run.
Attendance. 2.660. Score:
CLgvgLAND. , CHirAOO.
R.H OAS R.H.O A Z.
rilrk. rf I t t H.llman. If. J
But. rf Ill ,lrll, lk I 1 II I I
B-.1IT. I I I I I l,ees, rl.... 1 f 0
latoie. lb... till frm. rf.... l f
j; J rS? , J J
itr.ti. e o I ti.i hilt,
,- 1 0 1 4 1
ohn . m. t I j I V ! 2 ! ? I
Total, ...Oil nil ! TrUli ... I M 1
Cleveland 0 1 1 0 1 0 I -
Chicago 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
First base on errors: Cleveland. 1: Chi
cago, 2. Left on bases: Cleveland. 6; Chi
cago, 6. Home run: Bradley. Three-base
hits: Kradley, ooonnaur. Two-rase nit:
Oreene. Double plays: Flick to Gochnauer
to Lajole: Flaherty to Mifwn to Ishell.
Ptru-k out: By Donahue, 3. Sarriflre hits:
llnrkmsn, Greene. Stolen bai"s: Bay. Hall
miin. Time: 1:22. Umpire: O'Laughlin and
Itsaaiag at th Teaaaa.
Played. Won. Lost P. C.
New York SS
St. Loula 91
Dames today: Washington at St. Louts
Philadelphia at Chicago: New Tork at
Cleveland; Boston at Detroit.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION GAMES
iapolla Traaaalea oa Milwaukee,
feearlag fthateat aad
MILWAUKEE, Aug. 12.-FoM held Mil-
w"u" L.'?5f,"l' ,u,,.
dav blle Indl:npolls batted out an easy
Vlpinrv AtffnrtanA I. i Nrnr
' " .7..
wwAmn u.. "'"""'"" .
linML ID. J 1 1 , V3Cni!WT. IB. , 1 -
r i i t a . fwM.hl;. ik a 1 it t
Hc'rl,.r. til I I I OfWood, ib.... 0 t t I
Coaliar. ct... tilt tpacr. r t 7 1 t
Woodruff. If. 0 1 1 1 Clanlrr. rf... 1 t 1
Hrvdon. e... 1 1 t 0 OiPiuiIfutt, If. t 0 4 0
Marran, aa... 0 3 11 6 Hemphill, rf 0 0 t 0 0
rlhra, lb.,.. 0 1 14 1 O VIox. as t till
rard. 1 1 f wMa.llar. ... 1 t
1 1 I I ij)
itala ... 7 11 17 13 "ll
ToUla ...7 1117 13 ll Totals ...0 t 37 14 3
Tndlanannlls 1 0 110 0 3 0 17
Milwaukee 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Earned runs: Indianaoolla. 3. Two-base
nits: Kinm. j-ievdon. Mueller, epeer, oi.
stolen bases: ox 13), lleyaon. uases on
ha Is: Off Mnllrr. 1: off Ford. I. Sacrince
hits: Tox, Tamaett. Struck out: By Muei-
; oyrora. i. uouoie piays. ..u i
cnaney to uonanoe, hinm to marcurn.
Kawi Are Shut Oat
KANSAS CITY. Aug. 12.-Egan allowed
but seven scattered hits, and shu out Kan-
a City. Attendance. 230. Soore:
LOLIS VII.I.E . KANXAi CITT.
R.H. O A t. R.H.O. A a.
Km-w1b. rf.. 1 1 1 0 Rothhiaa. lb. 0 0 I 1 0
"" J 2 t"r' "Vk"" ! fiat
Brh.ar, lb. I 3 3 3 1 Nanoa, 3b... Silts
oowrll. a. .. 1 1 4 t Hill, ef 3 4 t
Su:llvaa. lb. 1 1 4 s Buller.
1 9 1
ISt rUr. a. t I t 0 Knoll. If
wuita lb. .. 0 114 0 o La. ra
9 9 3 3
Qu.alaa, sa . o 4 l MrAnra
3b. 9 9
1 1 0 4 0 Gtbaon.
9 9 9 3
. T 13 37 If 11 7
ToUla ... s i 17 ii
x Batted for Gibson In the ninth.
Tulnvllle 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 47
Kansas City 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-4)
Two-base hits: Hart, Schriever. Egan,
Rrmhnar. Rucrlflro hits: Schriever. White.
Sullivan, Odwell. Double plays: Quinlan
to Braahear to White. 3. Bases on balls
Off Gibson. 1; off Egan, 2. Struck out: By
Gibson, 3; by Egan, 4. Hit by pitched ball
Hv fiihaon. ll bv Kean. 1. Left on bases
. ' . . m M I . . ..
Kansaa llty, : iuisviuet I. lime; a.u.
Oles Dow a Toledo) lloys.
MINNEAPOLIS. Aug. 11 McDonald waa
invincible today and allowed Toledo but
I three hits. But for Oyler a bad
I the ninth ha would have scored a anutout
Toledo fielded closely and McGill waa hit
i hard. Attendance, ouu. score:
MINNEAPOLIS. . . TOLEDO.
R.H O A. E l ' H.H.O.A.B
kulllvaa. of. 9
99 8sltk. rf-cf. 1319
Ullr. If 1
Y.it. rf... 9
3 4 9 t Chllrta. 2b... 9 9 9 9
9 9 9 9!Oarena. cf-rf. 9 119 9
1 19 1 0 M.lnow, a.. 9 1 1 9
Malonoy. c. I
MUtyra. Ib 9
1 1 1 OH. haub, lb.. 0 9 1 1
Orlrr, aa 9
Martin, lh... 9
pi t, ib..
19 4 1 Turn.r. Ik... 9 9 19 3
9 9. 3 O'hall. aa 9 114 9
1 11 1 0 ( rl.tall. If... 9 9 3 9 9
UrDnnalS. B 1
19 3 t McOlll, a.... 9 9 1
ToUla 7 37 11 "7 Total, ... 1 3 34 11
I MinneaDOlls 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 4 06
I Toledo 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11
Earned runs: Minneapolis, t. Two-base
hits: Sullivan, Mclntyre, Lally. Owena.
Double plays: Smith to Klelnow; McGill to
Turner: Kleinow to Ball to Klelnow. Struck
out: Bv McDonald. : by McG'll. I. Bacri
I flee hits: Lally. Mclntyre. Stolen bases
I Ovlor Mahincv. Smith. Wild nltch: Mc
Willi. Three-base hit: McDonald. Left on
I bases: Mlnnoa mills. 4: Toledo. 4. Time
11:40. Umpire: Foreman.
I ST. PAUL. Minn., Aug. ll-8t. Paul
scored five run in the opening Inning to
day, two nome runs secured otr uorner,
1 the ex-Cleveland American league pitcher
being the aiding factors. McMackin wa
sunatltutMl bv tne visitors, but four tin
were scored against him In the third, net
ting four more runa. Attendance, 1,3-5.
Ortar. tk.... 13 9 19 Hln
gbaaaoa. ef. 3 I a
litmitk. rf.... 9 1 9 9
1 Arndl. If 9 19 9
Jackaon, rf.. 1 1
skaofar, aa. 1 10
i;Karnwr, lb.. 9 9 1 4
HuuUa. Ibl It
Baanoa. cf., 9 1 I 9
riournof. If. 1 1 t 9
Vbarlar. lb. 1 1 17 1
OulllTaa. ,.. 9 1 1 9
Turaar. tk... 9 9 t 1
HUllor. lb... 9 3 19 9
FOX, 0 14,
Dornar, .... 0 0 0 0
UcMakla, . 0 0 0 t
Pir-a. a..... 0 9 1
Alianuna, . 7
..11 1 17 11 1
1 9 t4 1
St. Paul.. 6 0 4 0 0 0 0 2 11
Columbus 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 01
Earned runs: Bt. Paul. 9. Two-base hits
W heeler.. iourney. Geler. Mellor (2
Three-base hlta: chaener. Home nm
Jackson. Flournoy. Sacrinoe hit: HugEina
Stolen ba-ie: Geler. Double plays: Alle
mang to Wheeler to Sullivan; Huggtna to
wneeier. xijes on balls: UIT Dorner. 1
on wcaiacKia, ; on Aiiemang, i. siruc
out: jy isomer, i; py Mruactin. 1; by
Aiiemang, 1. Ieft on bases: Et. Paul, s:
loiumnua. a. iime: i:u. umpire: hi
tauaciias at the Teaaaa.
Played. Won. Lost
St. Paul ...
66 34 .C6)
69 37 .915
64 44 .lil
61 4 .6.i5
46 49 .479
40 60 .4
37 62 .374
No games scheduled for today.
GAMES IN WESTERN LEAGUE
Mllwaake Wiai la Three Iaalaga,
cartas Fear ta Des Malaes
DES MOINES. Ia.. Aug 12 Mllwauke
run today's gm In the first three innings.
Attendance, 376. Score:
Milwaukee 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 04 11 1
De Moines 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 11 l 1
Batteries: Dea Moines. Cushman and
Fobl; Milwaukee, Kenna and Lucia.
Mllllaaalrea Ftalsb aa To a.
COIORADO 6PR1NGS. Aug 12-The lo
cals bunched their hits In the Aral and
second innings and easily won today s
game. Score ;
I af 7-f jr
Colo. Springs.. 3 6 10 10 0 0 10 13 2
Kansas City... 0004)010 1 2 11 2
Batteries: Cable. Milton and Mesaitt: Mc.
Neeiey and Doran.
Deaver's Battlag Wlas.
DENVER. Aug. 11 Hard and bpnortun
hitting won today gttme for Denver.
' Denver 40410000 9 11 3
bt. Joseph .... 10130101 17 14 3
Batteries: Denver, Barber and Schlel;
Bt- Joseph. Diehl and McConneU.
At Omaha Omaha-Peorle; no game; rain.
taadlaa- ml the Teaaas.
Played. Won. Lost. P. C
Milwaukee 91 M il .6.77
Colorado Springs ...93 67 M .(,!
Kansas City 91 4 43 - .fv
6t Joaeph at ia 41 .all
Peoria ft 43 60 .457
Ienver M 41 61 .4W
Des Molne 92 40 63 .435
Omaha W 8 K .W
Oamos trnlar. Peoria at Omaha: Mll-
waukeo at lea Milnes: Kansaa City at
Colorado Springs; Bt. Joseph at Denver.
J as lore Wla froaa Fawlers.
FREMONT, Neb . Aug. 11-tSr'clal Tele
gram.) The Fo ier team, rhamplona or the
Ity league, were defeated today by the
nion Stock Juniors of Sruth Omaha. The
result was never In doubt after the third
Inning. Knight pitched a splendid game
r the Juniors, allowing but four hits. He
was given splendid support. Frits for the
Fowler, was knocked out In the fifth and
was relieved by I'nmley. who allowed only
wo more runs. The feature or tne game
was the batting of Mlliett and home run
hits bv Primley and that of Miller, putting
the boll over leftfleld fence with two men
on banes. The Juniors play here again to
unlors 1 9 ! S 0 1 0-10 11 3
Fowlers 0 01002000-1 4 I
Batteries Knight and Miller; Frits, trim-
ley and Carroll and Ronln. Home Runs
Primley, Jtlllfr. Double Plays McLean to
Hachlen; Havens unassisted. Struckout
By Knight, 4; by Frits. ; by fnmiey. .
Time, Umpire James. Attendance
Baa Ball Teasa Dlabaada.
WEBSTER CITY. la.. Aug. 11 8peclal.)
The Webster City base ball team dla-
banded this afternoon. l.acK oi teama in
the Independent circuit with which to play
was the cause. The only teams which
would draw In thle city were Waterloo
and Fort Dodge, and both these teams
now have long strings of dates with the
Cnion Giants and the Algona Brownlea.
There beina no other teams in the circuit
but Oreene, President Chsse thought it
best to disband the team for tne eeaaon.
The locale had a aeries scheduled with
Vinton, but this team disbanded last night.
Olagle Men Beat Married Maa.
The slnsrle and married men of the South
Side Pleasure club played a fifteen-inning
ame of ball uunaay at. tignteenin ana
Boulevard. The featurea of the game were
the catch bv William Schlutter behind sec
ond base for the single men, which was
turned Into a double play, and the pitching
of Malar. Score: Single men S. married
men. 4. Hits: Single men, 10; married men.
L Struck out: By Malar, : oy iictiaui
ove. 9. Batteries: Sinelc men. Malar and
Went; married men, McGaullove and Reg-
Games la Tbree-I Leagae.
At Dubunue Cedar Rapids today won a
fifteen-Inning game. Score:
C. Rapid.. 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2-6 12 1
Dubuque .. 00 0001 100 001 00 0-414 4
Batteries: Dubuque, tuland and ixe-
beck; Cedar Rapids, Gill and Hansen.
At Rock . lalauiU urlngtlld, 3: ItocK
At Blootnington Decatur, i: uiooming
At Kockrora Davenport, i; roocxrora, j.
There will be two gamee at Vinton Street
park this afternoon instead of one because
of the rain of yesterday, which spoiled
the diamond so effectually that it was Im
possible to play. Peoria with its quota of
old Omahans will be the opposing team,
while Thornton will make his Omaha debut
with an Omaha uniform on. The first
game today is to be called at 2:30.
Seotta la Oatelaaaeel.
ORD. Neb.. Aug. 12. (Special.) Before
the smallest crowd of the season Ortl easily
defeated the Scotia base ball team at this
nlace yesterday by the score of 10 to L
Scotia was clearly outclassed, not being
able to put up a strong nrht to make the
game Interesting for the fans, many leaving
before tne game waa nnisnea.
BRITONS TAKE GOLF VICTORY
Vlsltlag Celleglaas Defeat Aaserlcaaa
by Nlaa Pelats ta
HAMILTON. Mass.. Aug. l!.-The visit
ln- English Intercollegiate golfers finished
their contest witn tne American coueg
players on the links of the Myopia Hunt
club today bv wlnnlna- the two bill com
petitions, points to 6. Added to tho score
yesterday in tne tour-Dan maicn ine
Englishmen's total for the two day's plays
was to. 7.
The contest had an exciting finish, an
extra hole being necessary in the final
match, which settled whether tne fcjrigiisn
men would win or halve the whole event.
This was the match between W. C. t'htcg
of Harvard and C. H. Allison of oxford
and Allison won by fine playing in the last
Summary: II. W. Beverldge. Oxford, beat
Bruce Smith. Yale, 6 up. 4 to play. Max
Behr. Yale, beat C. N. Day. Oxford. 4 uo.
S to play; O. D. Barne, Oxford, beat Owen
Winston, Harvard, l up ti noies; r. w,
Leathart. Cambridge, beat J. W. Baker,
Princeton, 4 up, 2 to play: H. G. Bellls. Ox
ford, beat V. A. Murduck. Harvard. 1 up
L. H. Conklln. Princeton, beat L. M. Hun
ter. Oxford. 4 up. 3 to play: E. J. Alsop,
Yale, beat E F. Haunter. Cambridge, 3 up,
2 to play; P. H. Jennings. Yale, beat D. E.
Kansom, a menage, i up; J. u. ixiw
Cambridge, beat N. 8. Campbell. Tale.
up. 1 to play; F. O. Relnhart. Princeton,
beat J. A. T. Bramaton, Oxford. up- C.
N. Allison, Oxford, beat W. C. Culuk. iiax-
vard. 1 up (1 holes).
DOHERTY MAY MEET LARNED
oatkaaaptea Teaals Toaraey Reaches
Eewl Plaals, wltk Maboaey
Pat Oat by Clothier.
SOUTHAMPTON. L. I.. Aug. 12 The Bin
gles of the tennis tournament on the courts
of the Meadow club were brought up to
the semi-nnal round today, w llllam A.
Larned. the American champion; W. J.
Clothier of Philadelphia, and the English
champion. H. L. Doherty, won their places
in this round, ana it is expectea mat
Larned and Doherty will meet In the finals.
In gaining his place In the semi-finals
Clothier defeated Mahoney of the English
international team, b-7. 9-4, -.
That the ranking American player. Wll
Ham A. I-arncd, Is in fine form was mad
evident by his defeat of Harry T. Allen,
me fiuiaaeipnian, -z,
H. L. Doherty found It easy to over
come the tale player, A. w. Post, 6-2. 6-3.
Only one competition In the doubles wi
decided and this resulted In a victory for
H. L. Doherty and H, F. Doherty of Eng
land over M. Colket of Philadelphia and
w. it. lie i is or xaie, b-4, a-x.
REGISTER FOREIGNERS FREE
Athlette laloa Overeoases Bag ta
- Olyxaple Games la Short
ST. LOUIS. Aug. 12 -Th final meeting
of the Amateur Athletic Unions' Olympic
committee, vested with full power to ar
range for the Olympic games of 1904, wag
As all the athletic events held during
the year will take place under the rults
of the Amateur Athletic union, whereby
athletes mhik rnmir. mi'tr h amatant-
and registered athletes, the committee dis
cussed at length Just how it would proceed
In regard to the foreign athletes' right to
compels without registration.
After a lengthy discussion the representa
tives of the Western association of the
Amateur Athletic union, which control this
di.itrict, John J. O'Connor and H. C. Gar
neau decided that the association would
register free of charge all athletes from
any foreign country who have with them cr
send with their entries a statement from
the secretary or president of the Athletic
association governing sport in that country
that they are amateurs and eligible to com
pete. Bala laterferes with Bares.
FREMONT. Neb.. Aug. 12-(Speelal.l-On
account of the heavy rain this morning
the opening races tt the driving park were
postponed till tomorrow. The track I still
a maxa of mud but Is so well drained that
a few hours clear weather will put It In
good shape. There are more entrlea for
trie races this season than at any meeting
since the Fremont aseoclatlon was organ
ised; there being forty-two racer, on th
grounds. A good many out-of-town horse,
men are here and with fair weather there
will be some goud sport. The Fowlers and
Stock Yards Juniors of South Omaha will
play a series of three baseball games, on
each afternoon during the races.
Keeae's Colt Wlaaer.
LONDON. Aug li-J. R. Keene's I-year-eldcolt
Surbiton. ridden by Luclan Lvne.
the American tockey. won the city of Lon
don breeders' fual stakes at Kempton park
today, defeating a tiald of seven.
Ills Load Shifted.
J. H. Oliver came over from Henderson,
la., yesterday. Whl'ky got the better of
him about o'clock last night and he fell
Into one of the entrance on the Thirteenth
street side cf the First National bank, sus
taining quit a severe cut above the left
eve. which waa seated ut by Police Surgeon
Schleler. Oliver was placed la k C(U to
recover his equilibrium.
E11SNEY LOU PROVES VICTOR
Ton Thonwod EpecUton Witch Doblt'i
Horio Takt Emciro Etgke.
GENERAL MIXUP MARS 2:40 PACE
Three Horses Coma Together, Raa
Away aad Uraad rlrealt Fa
rite Is Dlataaeed by
NEW YORK, Aug. It Ten thousand
spectators saw Bud Doble drive his own
horse, Kinney Lou, to victory In the Em
pire 26,000 stake at the Grand Circuit meet
ing today. Kinney Lou's principle com
petitor was John Taylor, winner of the
310.000 M AM. stake at Detroit. Kinney
Lou won both beats, the first by a neck.
the second by half a length.
The 2:40 pace was also a sensational race.
as Don Coxlne, the even money favorite,
was distanced In the first heat. After
passing the quarter pole he swerved Into
Mace and the latter Into Bessie C, all three
went down and the horses ran away. The
drivers were unhurt and the horses were
caught without serious Injury.
Dan Patch paced a mile in 2:00tt. but
failed to beat his record. Results:
First race, the Empire stake of 23.0C0. for
Kinney Lou, nr. n., by McKlnney
Mary Lou (Doble) 1 1
John Taylor, gr. g. (Wilson) 1
Jay McGregor, br. h. (Hudson) S 3
Texaa. b. g. (Renick) t 11
Senator Mil la. br. n. (Howell)
McAdams jr., br. g. (Johnson) t 4
Sadie Patchle. b. m. (Rekert 6
Margaret Bathgate, b. m. (Tylor) 6 I
Cole Direct, blk. U. (Ueers) 7 7
Katrlnka O.. b. m. (Miller) 10 I
Free Silver, b. m. (Demarest) 10 10
Mary Joe, b. m. (Curry) 12 12
Patchen Maid, blk. in. (Dyrider) dis
Time 2:W; 2:m.
Second race. 2:06 pacing class, purse 31.100
Dane I. o. m., oy Aicanmro-npay
Carl Wilkes, ch. g. (McDonald) .
Shade Chimes, br. n. (tpeari ....
Wlnfield Stratton. b. h. (McGuIre)
Little Suuaw, blk. m. iceidborg)
(.name rtoyi, D.
Don Derby, ch. g. (Murphy) ..
Indian, rru g. (McCurtyt ....
Terrace Queen, b. m. tGeers)
Anlas, ch. h. (Shank) lOdls
Time 2:06 3-5 : 2:064.
Third race. 2:15 pacing class, purse 11.000:
Alcrane,' b. g , by Alcrayon (Allen).... 1 1
Mamie Brown, b. m. (Packer) t 5
Kiowa, b. g. (Bushl 6 1
Lucie, b. g. (Maloney) I S
Bessie C, b. h. (Eben) 4
Mary Wilkes, b. m. (Brown) 4 4
Don Cozine, blk. h. (Biggs) dls
Time 2:13; 2:11V.
Fourth race 2:02 trotting class, purse.
Prince of Orange, b. g., by Prince of
lndla-Annie D., by Cuyler (Cox)... .2 1 1
Rythemttc. b. ti. (Hudson) 1 1 2
rereno, br. g. (itenyoni z i 4
Time-2:08V 2:08H; 2:0814.
Bala Mara Davenport Meet.
DAVENPORT. Ia.. Aug. 12.-The second
day's racing at Davenport lasted until
dark, none of the contests going In straight
heats. Track fast. The last heat was
trotted In a drixxling rain. Summary:
Trotting. 2:30 class, stake Jl.ooo: Tom won
first, second and fifth heats and race.
Time: 2:&H,, 2:1S14, 2:llt14. lrenea Flower
won third and fourth heats. Time: 2:20W.
2:34. Ajto M. Big Liz. Decatur and Caf-
lora aiso siariea.
Pacing, 2:13 class, purse 3500: Silvia I
won second, third and fourth heats and
race. Time: 2:114. 2:11, 2:104. J. K. won
first heat. Time: 2:13V Kingmore, Frank,
Betty Walker, Joe Chea and Whit Hat
Trottlnsr. 2:15 class, purse 3600: 1 nele
William won second, third and fourth heats
and rac. Time: 2:144, 2:14. 2:16V Lady
6iUan won first heat. Time: 2:14V ban
croft. Jim Underwood, M. J. M.. Ollls Mc
Klnney. Claymount, A r tola and Allen W
EVENTS ON RUNNING TRACKS
Graad Opera Hang .Oat New Mark
for Mile aad Haadred
CHICAGO. Aug. 11 Grand Opera won
the Owners' handicap at Harlem today, and
set a new American record of 1:444 for a
mile and one hundred yards. The track
record at the Harlem course was formerly
1:4&H, which was also the American mark.
First race, one mile and twenty yards:
Pronta won. Uarshallsea second, James J.
Corbett third. Time: 1:43V
Second race, six furlongs: Tootsey won.
Buccaneer second. Floral King third. Time:
Third race, one mile and one hundred
yards. Owners' handicap: Grand Opera
won, Bragg second. Jack Ratlin third.
Fourth race, steeplechase, short course:
Senator Matt won. Falella second, Indian
II third. Time: S:S3
Fifth race, six furlongs: Dick Welles
won, A. D. Glutton second, Deleyoa third.
Sixth race, one mile and three-sixteenths:
Kunja won. Major Tenny second. Compass
third. Time: 2:V
SARATOGA. N. T.. Aug. 11 Results:
First race, five and a half furlongs: Hip
pocrates won, Glad Tidings second. Naugh
ty Lady third. Time: 1:13V
Second race, ateeplechase, handicap, gen
tlemen riders, short course: Rowdy won,
Tankard seeond. Self Protection third.
Third race, one mile: Duelist won, Blldell
second. Choate third. Time: 1:4:V
Fourth race, United States Hotel stakes,
210.000, five and -a half furlongs: Montre
son won. Reliance second, Monarib third.
Fifth race, one mile and three-tenths:
Faulcon Bridge won, Rostand second. Gold
Bell third. Time: 2:09V
Sixth race, six furlongs: Ella 8nyder
won, Biserta second, Glorlosa third. Time:
BT. LOUIS, Aug. It-Results:
First race, five and a half furlongs: Qua
ker Girl won. Athens second, Dr. Cartledge
third. Time: 1:14V
Second race, hIx furlongs: Dottle Shut
won. Stub second. Miss Gould third. Time:
Third race, six furlongs: Brancas won.
Potter second, Ingol Thrift third. Time:
Fourth race, seven runongs, tne oniden
Rod aeilina- stakes: Hllee won. Dolly Gray
second. Helen Print third. Time: 1:35V
Finn rare, one ana one-sixieemn miies:
W. B. Gates won, Josle F. second, Hindi
third. Time: 1:69.
Sixth race, one and three-sixteenth.
mlle3: Neversuch won. Satin Coat second.
Brown Vail tnira. nrne: xiu.
BUFFALO. Aug. 12. Resulta:
First race, six and a half furlonirs: Belle
of Lynn won. Rusalana second. Lady Rus
sell third. Time: 1:23 V
Second race, nve rariongs: i-a ureque
on. Armeesa second, Brucevllle third.
Third race, on miie ana a sixteentn:
Animosity won, Autollght second, James
F. third. Time: 1:47.
Fourth race, six furlongs: Zarkee won.
Solon Shingle second, Freeborn third. Time:
Fifth race, six and a half furlonca: Cor.
ruacate won. Silver Foam second. All Souls
third. Time: i:u
Sixth race, one mile: Jigger won. Flora
Bright second, John J. Regan third, lime:
BETTING ON FIGHT IS LIGHT
Mora latcrest. However, Is Expected
Today, with Jr Aeries the
SAN FRANCISCO. Aug. ll Betting con
tlnued light upon the Corbett-Jeffrles fight
and up to the time the pools closed last
night not mora than 33.0(0 had been wagered
In thla city. Th bulk of this money
went in at 3 to 1, with Je (Tries th favor
ite. It Is believed that th Corbett end will
sell today at 10 to 4 and that a large
amount of money will be bet.
Jeffrie and his retinue have left Harbin
Spring and taken up quarters at Oakland,
where he will remain until the day of the
light. Corbett entertained a number of
visitor at his quarter In Alameda and
gav, a display of his tactics and an exhi
bition of hi course of training.
He hag been examined by a physician of
th Toaemlt club and officially pronounced
In perfect health and condition and fit to
make the battle of his life. Th demand
for seats is the greatest ver known here,
and the hall, which will hold 10.000 people.
will not be able to accommodate tho crowd
DATE WILL BE AtlNOUNCED LATER, when all
tickets, sold will be honored and the same program
will be carried out.
Tile Third Time" Ui
which is anxious to witness th contest.
Both men are confident of victory ana it
Is certain that the fight will bo a lively
on from the start If the statements of the
men themselves and their adherents can be
OUTPUT OF PACKING HOUSES
Little Change la Marketing of Hog
aa Compared with Pre
CINCINNATI. O., Aug. 12. (Special Tel
egram.) Price Current says: There wi
not much change In the movement of
hogs. Total western packing was 366.010,
compared with 345,001 the preceding week
and 290,000 last year. Since March 1 the
total is 9. 210. 100, against 8.060.000 a year
ago. Prominent place compare as follows:
Kansas City .
St. Joseph ....
Sioux City ...
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ON ACCOUNT OF RAIN.
Old Seltlers' Ass'n
HAVE POSTPONED THEIR PIC
NIC FROM AUGUST 12. WM. TO
SATURDAY, Aug. 15
Good speakers will bo In attendance.
Prises for all kinds of sports to old settler
and others. Everybody bring lunch bukets.
The best music has been procured for the
occasion. There will be dancing in the
pevlllon In the afternoon and evening.
Good order will positively be maintained.
Admission to the grounds free to ail.
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