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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, . AUGUST 13. 1WU3.
PEORIA TAKES LAST CAME
Bill Wilson'i Diitiilen Meet -a.th
Troab't in Beating Onu
IARRY LARGELY TO BLAME FOR SHUTOUT
Stewart, rreston and Wright In tb
Gaoi with the lint Kelly, Iter
( Mil, tills One and Fields
It waa not much credit to the Wine Bib
bers to win yesterday's shutout game. It
took to them as naturally as a duck, takes
to water. The game lacked snap and gin
ger as a whole, although there was a
bright spot or two In It. fJh'jgart Illumi
nated It twice by a pair of very sensa
tional atops, and Carter hung out a lan
tecn by a long straight throw from right
to the plate, cutting oft Colonel Freaton,
who wai desiring to acore hi second run.
Another bright little feature of the alTalr
waa a bouquet presented to Dusty Ml'.lef
by noma of his numerous frtenda just as
Dusty was picking up the stick for the
first time. It really was not a very kind
thing for those friends to do. but Dusty
didn't seem to mind It much, for he made
food with a clean single.
While Tenrla only made one more hit
than Omaha they were so bunched as to
oount. Omsha appeared to he wholly at
the mercy of Barry. The six hits got were
of the scratchy order, while the Bplrlteers
lined out good old-fashioned juicy ones,
four of which were doubles. And thereon
h&ns a tale.
Preston, that man who somo people will
recall stood out In left fleld for Mr. Rourke
awhile this spring, made a single, a double
and, by the grace of the umpire, another
double. (This last one happened to travel
outside of the foul line, everybody thought,
but It "went" Just the seme.) Stewart,
Ace, pulled out a two-bagger" and Red
Wright did the same, so that these three
gentlemen from Omaha were very much In
evidence with the willow, making five of
the seven hits credited to Feorla.
Carter tore off a pair of skinny little old
hit and Kelly, the new shortstop who Just
drove in from San Francisco, made one in
the ninth inning, when, with a little bait
playing, Omaha might have done some
thing. Shugart and Hickey made the other
two. Kelly, by tbe way, works as If it was
in him. Ite only had two chances, but he
cared for them In a very gentlemanly way,
and It was not a very easy chance at that.
Ocnlns was Genius in the Held, but wm
out hunting when It came to batting. This
was the trouble. Mr. Barry of Teorla was
entirely tot stingy to make a real good
guest. Ho will never do to trot In the
smart set unless he changes his ways. He
even struck out five men after refusing to
let anybody hit the ball so it would count.
AB. R. II. PO. A. E.
Carter, rf 4 0 1 1 0
Oentns, cf 4 0 0 8 0
Miller, If 4 0 110
Thornton, lb 4 0 0 11 0
Kelly, ss 8 0 112
Shugart, 2b 4 0 14 6
Hickey, 8b 4 0 10 4
Gondlng, c 8 0 0 4 1
Companion, p 8 0 0 1 2
which Washington won. In fifteen Innings
bv 1 to 0. Hoth Power, and I-e pitched
niarninrent bell and their support in the
field was perfect. A two-banger In the
fifteenth by Robinson, followed by a sac
rlflre by Kyan and a long fly to Heldrlck
by Clarke put the winning run over the
St. Louis won the second easily 7 to 1
Attendance. S.fHO. Score, first game;
WASHINGTON. I ST. IXJl'IS
R.H.O.A. 9. R H O A B
Moran. ti ... 0 0 Portrrtt. If... 0 I I v I
Mmn. rr... o a
OiFriH, tb I I
1 0 VnLron. lb 0 t ft 1 0
Wallace, aa . . Q J I I V
I H-l(1r!'K. rf. 0 0 I 1
4 0 Hill, lb 0 1 t I
I 0 Kahne, e 0 t t I 0
4 0 Powell. P.... 0 1 0 I C
llnblnton. it. 1 I
F.ytn, cf 0 4
rt.ika. lb... 1 1
trlhvh. If . . e
roiighlln, Sb. 0 t 1
M'l'nr'k. tb. 0 4
Ki'trrdfS. c. 0 t I
Lea, p 0 1
Totala ...1 I 4 If 01 TiUlll ... IB4SM 0
Washington 00000000000000 11
St. l,oula 00000000000000 00
Earned runs: Washington. 1. Two-base
hits: Wallace, Anderson. Hob1nnn. Sac
rlflce hit: Kyan. Htolen baae: C'oughlln.
Haaes on balls: Off bee. 1: off Powell, 1.
Struck out: By Lee, 4; by Powell, 10.
Left on bases: Bt. Louis, 10; Washington,
6. Time: 2:12. Umpire: Tears.
Score, second game:
ST. J.OVIS . WASHINGTON.
R.H.O.A .B.I n il O A B
PnrV.tt, If... 1 I 0 0 0 Moran. .... 1 I t 4 1
0 c Hobinsen, rr. 0 0 1 l v
4 likyin. ct 0 t 0 0
1 c nriie, lb... 0 0 1 J
a s-ibx-b, if. .. l l o
oll'ooghlln, lb. 0 1 1 1 0
1 1 M'K.r'k, lb. 0 I t
1 0 Drill, 0 1 1 1 I 1
I OOrth, p 0 1 1
Harttn. rf.... Ill
Krlel, b 0 1
Anderson, lb 1 12
Wallace, a.. 0 0 1
Hvl'lrlrk. cf. 0 J I
lllll, Jb Ill
6uet1n, fl. . . . 1 1 4
ftudhoff, p... Ill
TnUII ...7 117 11 l ToUll ...I 114 14 4
Bt. I.OU1B 00510010 7
Washington 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0-2
Earned runs: Bt Louis, 2. Two-base
hit: Martin. Becritice hits: Sugden, Mar
tin. Doub'e plsv: Robinson to Drill.
Stolen base: Sugden. Hit by pitcher: By
B'jdhofT. 1; by Orth. 1. Wild pitch: Orth.
Bases on balls: Off Orth, 1. Struck out:
By Sudhoff, 1; by Orth, 1. Left on bases:
St. Ixuls 6; Washington, 6. Time: 1:18.
deve-and Sbnts Xevr York Oot.
CLEVELAND, Aug. 14. Donohue kept
the hit well scattered today and ew
York waa shut out. Attendance, 8.14.
CLEVELAND. I NEW YORK.
liar, cf 1 1
ftrailtey, lb.. 1 1 0
La)ola, lb... 1 1 4
Hickman, lb. 1 I 11
lli-Carthr. II, 4 I I
Abbott, c... 0 I
Ookiin ar, h. 0 0 I
DoDobaa, p.. 0 0 1
K 11 O A E l ' ' R.H.O.A K
0 110 OlCanror, lb... 0 0 0 1 0
0 0 Kealer, rf.... 0 0 I 0 0
4 djEibertcld. aa. 0 I I I 0
1 0 will lama, lb. 0 I 0 1 II
1 O HfTlllf. lb... 0 0 110
0 clMrFari'A. ct 0 0 I 0 1
0 C Davla, It 0 110 0
1 Oil) Connor, e.. 0 0 t 0 0
4 OiOicabro, p... 0 1110
Tntala ... I 10 IT II tl Total! ... 0 1 14 10 1
Clevoland 00010200 3
New York 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
First ba.se on errors: Cleveland. 1. Two
base hits: Bradley, McCarthy. Three
baBe hit: Flick. Sacrlllce hit: O'Connor.
Stolen buses: Bay, Lajole, Hickman.
Double t.ay: Chesbro to Elberfeld to Be
vlllo. Left on bases: Cleveland, 7; New
York, 6. Struck out: By Chesbro, 6; bv
Donvhue, L Time: 1:14. Umpire: Sheri
White lot Victorious.
CHICAGO. Aug. 14. Pntterson was In ex
cellent form today, holding the champions
down to six scattered hits and scoring a
shutout. Attendance, 2,600. score:
CHICAGO. I PHILADELPHIA.
110 9 Hartael. II... I t 1 I )
0 0 li Wickering, of. 0 1 I 0 U
1 1 1 L. ('rcaa. lb. 0 0 0 1 0
110 0 Srjrbold, rf . . 0 I 0 0
1111 Murphr. 2b.. 0 1 1 I
I 1 1 0 M. Croaa. ss. 0 1 I 3 0
0 111 Hhrrck. r 0 0 T 0 0
15 10 Fnwtra. lb... 0 1 11 0 0
0 0 1 O.Waridell, V - 0 0 0 4 0
- iMiUeahan. D. 0 0 0 0
.. I 27 10 1 lHrulrr 0 0 0 0 U
FolniM. If... 1
I.brll, lb.... 0
Joiiea, cf 1
Uren, rf . . . . 1
Callahan, 3b. 1
M&gnoD, 2b.. 0
1'annahtll, as 1
8lattrr. c... 0
Patvcraoa, p. 0
Two-bae hits: Gilbert, t; Donovan. 1
Three-base hit: Brain. Pacrlflce hits:
Browne, Breanahan, MKlann, Cronln,
Pmnot. Stolen bnsee: Browne, Bresnahan,
McOann vii. Gilbert. Donovan. Double
piny: Bowerman to Dunn. First on balls:
(.iff Cronln. 6; off McFnrland, 1. Hit by
pitcned nan: uy Mcranana, i. otrui
out: By Cronln, 7; by McFarland. 2. Wild
pitch: McFarland. Balk: McFarland.
Time: S:00. 1'mplre: Emslle.
Stnndlnu of the 'learns.
Played. Wen. Lost. P. C.
rittsburg 97 4 3.1 .6-10
New York K 31 .MO
Chicago 12 CI 41 .6!'8
Cincinnati W Bl 45 .tl
Brooklyn Si 45 60 .474
Hostnn f'2 ft U .4'.'4
St l.nuls l'H 35 66 .347
Philadelphia M 81 61 -.:..T7
Games today: Pittsburg Bt Boston. Cin
cinnati at New York, St. Louis at Brooklyn.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION GAMES
Louisville ghats Mlltraaliee Oat,
Walker's Twlt-lln Tellinaj
MILWAt'KEE. Aug. 14 Walker s Pitch
ing was too much for Milwaukee. Attend.
ance, wjo. score:
H.H.O A.E. R.H.O.A E.
Korwtn, rf... 0 0 10 O'Srhafltr, 2b. 0 0 1 I 0
Hart, ir l l o u nononua, id. ll v t
nraahrar. tb. 0 0 I 1 1 Wood, Sb.... 010
Odwcll, cf .. 1 1 1 O Stxar. c 0 010
Sullivan, lb. 0 I t 0 0 Oatilev, rf... 0 I 0 1
Shrlavar, s... 0 0 I 0 KunlraTT, It. u 0 I 0 0
White, lb.... 0 10 0 61 Hemphill, cf. 0 I I 0 0
Qulnlan, aa.. 0 0 11 OIVIoi, as 041
Walker, p.... 0 0 0 1 II, Elliott, p.... 0110
Totala ... I 4 27 T ll Totals ...0 4 17 11 4
Louisville 00000200 0-2
Milwaukee 00000000 0-0
Two-base hit: Hemphill. Three-base hit
Odwell. Sto'.en bases: Hemphill Odwell,
Sullivan, unses on Dans: un t-.niott, l.
Struck out: By Elliott. 7: bv Walker. 4.
Double rlay: Vlox to Schafley to Dono
hue. Left on bnses: Milwaukee, 7; IxjuIs-
vi:ic, 6. Time; 1:40. Umpire; Mullane.
At St. Paul Toledo-St. Paul game posi
tioned: wet crounus.
At Kansas City Kansas Clty-Indlanapolls
came Dostooned: double-header on Sunday
At Mliuibnpolls Columbus-Minneapolis
game postponed, rain.
Standing; of tlie Teams.
Played. Won. Lost. P. C
Pt. Paul 100 68 34 .66J
Milwaukee 99 60 89 .b"i5
Louisville ....99 55 44 .B&S
lniiitnupotls 1"1 64 47 .6.(6
Kansas City 94 45 49 .479
Minneapolis 100 40 60 . 40
Columbus 101 40 61 .398
Toledo 99 S7 62 .374
Games today: Louisville at Milwaukee,
Indianapolis at Kansas City, Columbus at
Minneapolis, Toledo at St. Paul.
PLAY DES MOINES GILFERS
Country 0'mb and Fit'd Club EnUrtain
HONORS EASY ON THE FIRST DAY'S PLAY
One Victory and Una Defeat the
Iteeord for the First Afteraooa
by Scores that Indicate
The folf teams from Des Moines divided
with the Field and Country clubs yester
day afternoon, the Des Moines Country
club defeating the former S up and the
University and Wareland Golf club play
ing the latter 34 down. The day was all
that the golfers could desire and both
courses were in superb condition.
It had been generally expected that the
Des Moines Country club would defeat the
Field club, although it proved to be by
only the narrowest kind of a margin.
There was a good gallery at the first tee
to watch the players start off oh their
round of the eighteen holes at the Fleld
club and not a few of them were women.
The course was greatly different from the
course the Country club players are used
to, their greens being faster and all of the
hazards built In, while the Fleld club
hazards are all natural. This all proved a
handicap to the visitors and the Fleld
club team led out over the first nine holos,
but began to lose coming home. With
seven men In at the end the Fleld club
led and it seemed as if the Field club would
win, but the remaining players caught up
and passed the Field club by the narrow
margin of Ave up. Warren Dickinson of
Des Moines made the low score around the
course of 89, with Dr. Sumney second with
90 strokes. The score:
Dark Secret, r. o. (Davis) I
Time: 2 09i. t:0.
t 11 pacing claim, purse 11. ft:
Olive Wood, br. g., by Norwood
(Phllllpsi S 1
Ptrathlane. b. g. (Burns and Curry). . I I
John Patterson, blk. h. (Davis)
Hero Alcyoner. b. g. (Halstead)
Dart, b. g. (Kinney)
1'lecolo, b. m. (Kosmlrv)
Time: 2;f9. i;lt, i:04.
DICK WELLES SETS RECORD
S t 4
4 4 3
5 I ro
Easily Distances Qraod 0p?r in Matoh
Baca a. Chicago.
Oood Crowd at Races.
FREMONT, Neb., Aug. 14 (Special Te'
gram.) There were some very close ract3
at the driving park this afternoon and a
good crowd out to see th"m. The track
was In fair shape, thotich soft In a few
places. Jo Oales and Ted Brunswick were
ine rnvorites in tlie z.m pace ana tne
latter, on account of his remarkable time
CLIPS FIFTH OF SECOND OFF BEST MARK
AllaaaDale's Honors for Circular
Mile Are Soon Lost to New
Star of American
CHICAGO, Aug. 14. Dick Welles won the
special match race with K. K. Smiithera'
eats. Tuft a King Airy, a promising Orand Oner a at Harlem today and in doing
-year-old. after a rather bad showing in ao get a new worlds record for one mile
he first heat of the 2:40 class, pulled him- i .... . . .,
self together and took the next three on a circular iraca. i ne ninncra time
tralght. Drlrt Allerton disappointed a I was 1 :3.44. which Is one-nttn or a sectnia
good many by getting distanced In the ,hBn Alnn-a-Dale record at Washing-
lust neat arter winning tne nrst. i ne rain . , ,
fell Just aa the last hent of this race was tol r"rk ,n"' Trlng.
finished and accounts for the slow time. The race did not amount to much as a
t Tekamah, It was thought, would land
he first money easily, lie started well.
ut cou d not keen it ud. Sunnvslone sur
prised the talent In the second and third
2 t 4
3 4 5 1
The running race was declared oft, and aa
he track Is a lake, there win be no races
.To Oaief. br. a. CF. 3. Tufts) Ill
Sunny Slope, b. m. (Ackley A Shire).. 6 2 2
Hack Kal. b. n. U. M. Kansclcil) z 7
Ted Brunswick, b. s. (K. A. Temple-
Hages. ch. m. (It. D. Davidson) .
Slvcorn, s. g. (H. K. Welde)
The Rebel, r. h. (R. D. Wall)
Lady Mills, ch. m. (H. C. Miller).
Time: -'::'o, z:i',. z:;4.
2:40. S-year-old class:
Kins- Alrv. b. h. (F. J. Tufts)
Bohhv Oodwin. b. a. (H. H. Smith) 2 2
Drift Allerton, blk. h. (C. S. Rex).. 1 I I d
Governor Bryant, d. n. (Mrs. ury-
Time: 2:33, 2:32, 2:37, Z:44H.
J. Q. Adams ...
H. B. Morrill ..
Dr. Sumney ....
Up. I Des Moines.
.. 0 Warren DlckInson.il
Totala 33 0 27 IS 1
AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Thiel. If.. 8 0
Preston, cf 4 1 S
Lesotte, rf 4 0 1
Wright, lb 4 11
' Hessler. e 4 0 0
Stewart, 2b 0 1
t r Dk at A A
Holly, ss 4 0 0
Barry, p 4 0 0
Totals ... 0 14 10 0
x Batted for Waddeli in seventh.
Philadelphia 00000000 0-0
T.efr rtn haac "h1rAfirrv 4: PhilAflelDhla.
J I t. Two-base hits: Magoon, Powers. Tnrec-
base hit: Slattery. bacritlce nit: dicker
ing. Stolen bases: Holmes, Jones, Green,
M. Cross. Struck out: By Patterson, i;
by WaddelT, 6. Passed ball: Shreck.
First baae on balls: Off Patterson, 2: off
Waddeli, 1; off McQeehan, 1. Wild pitch:
Patterson. Time: 1:50. Umpire: Connolly.
DoooTsa Gives Game Away.
7 27 U
1 0 0 0-3
0 0 0 0-0
12 0 0-7
1 10 1-6
Runs by Innings: . .
'. Peoria 1 0 1 0 0
- Omaha , 0 0 0 0 0
Hits by Innings:
, Peoria 0 0 3 1 1
' Omaha t 0 0 0 1
u learned runs: Peoria, 1. Two-base hlta:
V Stewart. Wright, Preston (3). Struck out:
By Companion, $: by Barry, 6. First base
on balls: Off Companion, 3; off Barry, 1.
I Double play: Harttei to Wright. Sacrifice
. hit: Carter. Left, on bases: Omaha, 8;
; Peoria, 4. Time: 1:25. Umpire: Kelly.
Millionaires Score Victory.
1 COLORADO SPRINGS, Aug. 14.-The
' locals outbatted Kansas City today and
outplayed them in the fleld. Score:
' Colo. Springs, t 0 0 0 i 1 0 1 8 li 'j
Kansas City.. 00000000-19I
Batteries: Kansas City, Hess and Mes
slttj Colorado Springs, Jones and Foran.
MUwaakee Bats Ont Victory.
DE9 MOINE, Aug. 14. Milwaukee won
by hard hitting, ocore: ,
lurilwsiiltee .... 111100400 8 13 1
Des Moines.... 100010000-1 10 1
Batteries: Des Moines, Morrison and
Fohli Milwaukee, Vollrndorr and Lucia.
Bt. Joe Viagra Out Victory.
DENVER. Colo.. Aug. 14. The fcaturo of
today's game was St. Joseph's heavy hit
ting, noore: . n.n.r..
St. Joseph ....0 0012240 0-9 lo 1
Denver 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 0 0-4 C 1
Batteries: Denver, Kylor and Schlel; St.
Joseph, Glad and MoConnell.
taadluax of tlie Teams.
Played. Won. Lost P C.
Colorado Springs .. 94
Kansas City 93
6t. Joseph 90
Des Moines 94
Oames today: Milwaukee at Omaha,
Peoria at Des Moines, Kansas City at
Denver, St. Joseph at Colorado Sprints.
GAMES IN AMERICAN LEAGUE
Washington Takes Fifteen Inning'
One from Saints by One
BT. LOUI3, Aug) 14. Washington and St.
Louis tied up In two games here today,
the A ret resulting In a sensational contest.
DETROIT. Aug. 14. Donovan lost his own
game in the fifth today when he gave two
bases and made an error, which, with two
hits, produced four unearned runs. At
tendance, 2,524. Score:
Dourh'ty, If. 0 0 4 0 0 Barrett, cf . .. 1 1 i 0 0
Colllaa, lb... 111! 0 l.uah. It 01401
tnhl. cf 1 I 1 0 0 Crawford, rt. 0 10 0
t-rcaman, rf. w 0 I 0 0 Carr. lb 0 V II f J
Parent, H...0 111 0 Yeagar, Jb...O 114V
Lactiance, lb 0 0 11 w Louie, aa 0 0 I 4 0
y.rrla. 2b.... 0 0 14 1 Smith. 2b.... 0 0 I t C
Crlgrr, C 10 10 0 Bualow, 0.... lllll
Younc p.... 10 1 0 Uouovan, p.. 1 1 0 i 1
Totals ...I I 27 12 l! Totala ...I 1 V IS 5
Boston 10004100 0-0
Detroit 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 03
Three-base hits: Collins, Buelow. Sac
rillco hits: Btuhl, Freeman, Young. First
baso on balls: Oft Donovan, C; off Young,
1. FlrBt base on errors: Boston, 4. Left
on 'has "8: ' Detroit, 6; Boston 10. Struck
out: By Young. 4. Double plays: Ferris
to Parent to LaChance, Carr (unassisted).
Passed ball: Crlger. Wild pitch: Dono
van. Time: 1:35. Umpire: O'Laughlln.
1 Standing of tbe Teams.
Played. Won. Lost. P. C
7 63 34 .ft'O
97 K 42 .&i7
98 03 45 .541
91 47 44 .61
PS 47 46 .605
90 43 50 2
90 43 53 MS
9a SO lit) .Sill
Jnnlors Win at Fremont.
FREMONT, Neb., Aug-. 14.-(Speclal Tele
gram.) In a fast nnd interesting game at
the Fremont Driving park this afternoon
the Union Stock Yards Juniors defeated
the Fowlers by a score of 2 to 1. Both
pitchers did fine work, but Knight of the
Juniors kept the hits scattered. Two fast
double plays by the Juniors were the fea
tures of the game. The Juniors play In
Schuyler tomorrow. Score:
Junior 0 0011000 0-2 62
Fowlers 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 01 6 2
Earnad runs: Fowlers, 1; Juniors. 1. Two
base lifts: Prlmley. Vaughn. Bases on
balls: Off Prlmley, 3; off Knight, 1. Struck
out: By Prlmley, 8; by Knight, 6. Time:
1:15. Umpire: Cook.
' Arnoari Versus Diets.
The Armour and C. N. Diets teams will
battle on the B. Jotter grounds Saturday
afternoon. Both teams are playing fast
ball and a good game Is expected. The
teams will lineup as follows:
Armour. Positions. C. N. Dletz.
Tonneman Shortstop Foran
Johnson Left fleld Nestlebush
Bunnell Second base Anderson
Rawley Center fleld Masman
O'Keefe Catcher Hathaway
McMahon First base Harrison
Fltzaerald Third base Jenkins
Vender Right Held Platnur
Adams Pitcher Wllkenaon
Game called at 3:30.
00 33 .CIS
59 36 .621
49 44 .527
46 44 .CU
44 51 .403
42 62 .447
40 64 .426
36 67 .37
St. Iouln .'.
Games today: Washington at St. Louis;
Philadelphia at Chicago; New York at
Cleveland; Boston at Detroit.
GAMES IN NATIONAL LEAGUE
Garvin Strikes Oat Klne Men and
Whitewashes the Pirate
BROOKLYN. N. Y.. Aug. 14,-Plttsburg
was shut out by Garvin, who struck out
nine men and gave no bases on balls. At
tendance, 2.900. Score:
liROOKLYN. , riTTSBtjRCl.
R.H.O.A. K.I H.U.O.AK.
Strang. Sb...l 0 0 0 C Beaumont, cf 0 1 0 0
I u I'lamr, ir. .. . o i u s
0 H Iarh. Sb.... 0 0 1 t I
1 0 Wagner,
Creston Beats Atlantic.
CREETON, la.. Aug. 14. (Special Tele
gram.) Creston defeated the new Atlantic
team here today in a very close and pretty
game by a score of 3 to 1. It was a pitch
ers' battle and both received excellent sup
port. There were but nine hlta, four by
Creston and five by Atlantic, and but six
errors, four by Creston and two by At
lantic. Albertson, who was releaaed by At
lantic and signed by Creston. made a noma
run. Batteries: Corns and Corbett, Schooles
and Marshall. Umpire: Golden.
Itetvents on a Toor.
The Regents leave Saturday morning on
a two weeks' trip in Nebraska and Iowa,
playing at the following towns: Fremont,
Scribner, Oakland, Lyons, Bancroft, Craig,
Blnlr, in Nebraska, und Missouri Valley,
Modale, Woodbine, Denlson, Dunlap, Logan
and Persia in Iowa. The players are all
In good trim and expect to return with a
long string of victories.
Ashland I'nable to Bat.
ASHLAND. Neb., Aug. 14 (Special Tele
gram.) The Wshoo base ball team defeated
tne Ashland nine in a very interesting
game at the ball park In this city this
afternoon by a score of 6 to 0. Ashland
had an Omaha battery, but was unable to
hit Adams, the Wahoo pitcher. The game
was exciting throughout and was witnessed
by a large crowd.
0 Jewett 0
... 5 Kelly (Captain).... 0
... 5 )t. Flnkbottom 0
... 0 r. Martin 0
W. C. Sunderland.. 0 M. Martin 8
C. R. Bnne 4 flterrvhlll. sr 0
C. St. Clair 4 Berryhlll, Jr 0
E. V. Lewis 1 Statler 0
UV. K. Cundlff .... 0 Diehl i
j. j'Tancis v t. oriey u
W. E. Pnlmatier... 0 Cummings 0
L. D. Carrier 0 Miller 7
F. H. Blake 2 Fullertnn. Jr 0
B. L. Kemper 0 E. C. Flnkblne 7
W. E. RhiHles 2 Fullerton. sr 0
Jack Sharp 0,W. O. Flnkblne.... 2
Totals 32' Totals 87-
Play at the Country Clnb
At the Country club the University and
Waveland Oolf club was slmnlv outclassed.
although it made a plucky uphill fight.
At no time did It hold the load, but it
played all of the time over the twenty-
seven holes played. The course was in ex
cellent condition, although the greens were
a little heavy because of the damp weather
of the last week. During the morning the
visitors had played over the course and
were more or less familiar with It. The
Country club's team was not as strong as
had been hoped, owing to the absence of
Dick Kimball, Leavltt, Strickland and Fair
field, but all of the ten men in the team
played consistently, only two of them fin
ishing down. Dr. Watson's play against
J. R. Lemlst was exceedingly fine. With
the score standing at 3 down at the nine
teenth hole. Dr. Watson played the next
nine holes in 40, 1 under bogle, and won
out by 8 up. B. O. Otilnand, the 15-year-old
player of the Waveland club, attracted a
good deal of attention nnd acquitted him'
self quite creditably. He was 5 down at
the tenth hole and brought the score down
to 1 down in the next eighteen holes by the
steadiest kind of play. The score:
. Holee Up In Nine,
lat. Zd. 3d. UD.
Little Liver Pills.
dust Bar Signature f
tm Paottaaite Wrapper Bsless.
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lioyla, lb.... 0 t 11
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MoCrery, rf. 0 0 0
I loud, tb.... 0 0 0
JorJau. 2b... A 0 1
Hitter, e 9 0S
Garvin, p.... 0 0 0
Games In Three-I League.
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Toss nasell mm as 9
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0 0 Faikaner. . . 0 0 1 I 1
Totals ... 0 4 94 14 t
Total! ... S I 17 14 0
Brooklyn 10000100 -2
Pittsburg 00000000 00
Left on bases: Pittsburg, 3: Brooklyn, 6.
Two-base hit: Rltchcy. Stolen biue:
Shockard. Double play: Rltchey to WTng
rier to BransflelJ. First base on errors:
Hrook'.yn, l. Flist base on balls: Off
Fulkeuberg. 4. Sacrifice hit: Phelps. Struck
out: By Qarvlri, ; by Falkenberg. 8.
Wild pilch: FaUeuberer. Time: 1:45. Um
Microbes Again Dona Boston.
BOSTON, Aus- 14 Chicago again de
feated Boston tod.ty. Mla:key pitched
winning ball and was well rupported for
seven innings, when support ami pitching
both went to piece. Attendance, l,SH. 'Jhe
CHICAGO. I BOSTOM.
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l aaar. Sb ... 0 0 0 5 0 Tennay. lb... 0 1 10 0 1
thju.a, lb... 1 1 10 0 u SlauUy, cf.., 0 0 t 0 0
cf S I S 0 0 earner, rf... 0 10 0 0
Tinker, aa... 1 1 1 S i Moran, e S 1 S S S
KUng. c 0 I I S U;Ab'lt. hlo, ?b. 0 t 1 I
T irley. rf ..0 110 0 Cram'sar, lb. 0 I 4 4 0
tv,.liaaia. tb. 0 0 1 S ' Aubrey, ai... 0 0 1 S 1
Ev.ia. ib.... 1 0 0 0 0 Malarkcr, p. 0 0 0 1 1
Wicker, p.... 10 0 1 O.lDctler 0 S 0 0 0
Totala ... S S VI 13 l' Tolala ... S mill
at Hat ted for Malarkey In the ninth.
Chlongo 0 OOOOOOtt
Boston 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 03
Two-base hit: Tinker. Three-base hit!
Coolcy. Home run; Moran. Stolen base;
Jones. Double play: Qre"'!nrer to Ten;iev.
First base on balls: Oft Wicker, 1; off
M tlirkcy, 4. Hit by pitched ball: Evers,
Wicker. Struck out: By Wicker, 5; by
Malm key. 5. Pawed hIl: Kiing. Wild
pitch: Wickers. Time: l:is. Umpire: O'Day.
St. l.'jula Goes to Pieces.
NKW YORK, Aug. 14 St. Louis wss de
feated by New Tork today 13 to 1. For two
Innings there was every Indication of an
Interratlng contest, then McFarland and
the rest of the St. I-ouls team went to
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NEW YOltK I ST. LOl'IS.
R II O.A K k H O A B
Brown., rt... I I 0 0 Kerr. II, 2b... 0 0 1 4 1
Urran'b'B. ct t I 1 I 0 luuoan. rf. S S I S 0
U,l,.u, lb.. I ISO Siuoot. rf ... 0 1000
Slertaa. If... 0 0 0 0 Murka. b.... 0 0 0 1
b.btk aa 0 1 1 S I'Ubl.l, It. a I v
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I roam, p. ... I 1 0 I i
! ToUli ... 1 S 14 IS
Totala ...11 12 -1 IS Oi
New York 00800111 -12
Bt. Louis 0 0 1 0 0 0 0
At Cedar Rapids Cedar Rapids, 6
At Decatur Decatur. : Bloomlngton. 4.
At Spriiiufleld Rock Island, 7; Springfield,
At Davenport Rockford, 2; Davenport, L
NATIONAL REGATTA . OPENS
Preliminary Races In Bio; Rowing
Meet Are Pulled
WORCESTER, Miss., Aug. 14. With Idea!
weather conditions the nine events which
constituted the first dty of the thlrtv-flrst
championship rcg.Mts of the National Oars
men were niicee:K'ul! v run off today on
Like O.u'nslgamond. Half a doren of the
races were prellmlnnry to final heats and
championships which will be fought to
morrow. Results today:
Intermediate single sculls, first hent: R.
14 tapltaon I 1 1 -i , 1 .i a Tsii nlitK V.w Va.I.
won; C. EX Johnson. Ar'i-rton (Mass.) Boa
cl"b. seeond. Time: 10:22.
Becond heat: Harlow Crowley. Wachu-
sett Boit club. Worcester, won: B. C.
Asliert-n Hp (Conn.) Boat club, sec-
ot"1. Time: 10:45.
Third heat: U . . rltt. Potomac Boat eluh.
Washington, won: W. H. HoJpklns, Boston
Athletic Asoclatlon Boat club, second,
Interrnetllate 'onhle penis: Race ended
in a dispute. Will be rowed tomorrow.
Senior lour-oarel sheila; Winnipeg Row
ing club, won; K tst Boston Athletic Club
13o:it club, second. Time: 9:14.
Intermediate elaht-oared shells; Jeffreys
Point Rowing assoclat'on, won; Wachuse'tt
tioai cluo. second, lime; S:04v.
Association slncle iculla. f.rst heat: t. F
Scholes. Toronto ltowlng club, won; F. R.
Peterson. Cast Boston Athletic Association
Boat club, second. Time: 9 4714.
Second heit: F. Vaselev. First Bohemian
Boat club. New York, won: F. Demoruella
Young Men's Oymn islum Rowing club, New
trieiin. seconu. lime: lu;'",!'..
Intermediate double scu.ls: Won bv Po
tomac Boat club, Washlnston, D. C. W.
Heox and 8. S. Edmonson; Seawanhaka
Boat club, Brooklyn, second. Time: 8;3j',i.
ALL READY FOR FIELD TRIALS
Country an Ideal One and Plenty
of Kir is Are on tbe
A. V. Klnsler 0
J. B. Rahm 0
J. T. Stewart, Jr 5
J. R. Lemlst 0
T. R. Klmhall 3
W. A. Redlck 5
J. Bedlck 4
E. Morsman, jr 0
A. L. Reed .. 0
D. M. Vlnsonhaler 0
W. D. Bancker 0
II. T. Lemlst 0
21 22 41
Holes Ud In Nine
1st. 2d. 3d. Up,
H. u. Adams o a 0
B. F. Oulnand 3
B. Q. Oulnand 0
Dr. A. F. Watson 0
Sam Poloskv 0
R. Huttonlocker .. 0
II. Harwood 0
F. C. Wlneman 2
V. K. Flaugh 1
B. R. Uphain 0
F. Carr 6
O. P. Fullerton 0
Totals 11 3 12
Today the Des Moines teams will re
verse opponents and try their luck again
The match between the two country clubs
will be especially Interesting because of
the cup which the clubs have put up for
IOWA RECORDS ARE BROKEN
Davenport Races Brlns Out
Ones Among Trotters and
DAVENPORT, la.. Aug. 14. Four big
races, with only one heat slower tna
contest, as Ornnd Opera wns ut no time
near Dick Welles, the latter winning in
a common canter.
First race, six furlongs: First Attempt
won. Dream second, First Chip third, lime
Second rsce. Ave furlongs: Don Demo
1 1 won, llllnm w right second, no uoo
i i third. Time: 1:00V,.
1 1 I 'T' l. 1 I 1 I n 1 ... ..... I.
1111111 lute, line inn-, i'.- nti iiiiiii 11
Dick Welles. 112 IT. Knit: Ml. 9 to 10. won;
Urand Opera. 115 (llelgesen), l'J to m, sec-
onn. rime: l:8i.
Fourth race, one mile: Tnlna won. Sidney
C. Love second. Uregor K third, lime
Fifth race, steeplechase, short course
Falella won, Golden Link second, Duke of
loric tnira. Time: :!.
I.ll. ' i I 1 fl. f.W,.H
. . . . . . bhb.hm , j a 1 11 bit. 111 ir iiiiit ,1 1 1 1 1 11. r ,111 1 1 ' 1 1 i .
H. L. DuHEnTY bcAld LARNtU John McOurk won. Compass second, Little
f I 1 1 lllll 11, A line . i. - TO,
bDKinnuiKu --.- . ..r-- v?8try spoond, Mezzo third. Time: i.s-.
on A en A. at S a-.-. 4 ft I OMIAI UltA. - . 1.. AUK. IV I tfnu I LI. .
lennm 1 nnriiamrui nc os t ss- i ti .iisb. t . t j
Ksmmntnn. 1 I. I Beroiid. Dark I'lunet third. Time: lMk.
oecona race, nix iiirinTiKs: rannernniu
won. ToboKffan second. iun LonKln third.
ot-vT"TTT a nt-KrrVT t. t sVtsv li Tn irtA T me: l:14'lR.
S5'.'V Aa-lXAVa a.. nua n. ... a . . - .. . - . . .
tennis tournament torlav H. L. Doherty 1 iitrd race, one mile nnu a lunong: Agnes
beat W. A. Lamed in the first set, 6-1, on Dwon, Caughnuwan second. Uoldbell third.
a 1 on . I Time: 1:54.
aiiuuiifiiiiii., --.. , .-.,, Tk. Tm. fl r..rl.,.,e .ml
h i. Doneitv won tne secona irom vy. i "j tv: v"b;
A T.srned B-5: nolnta. M-lft
H. L. Doherty won the third set and the
match at 6-1 on games, and on points, 25-13.
Herd Book Secretaries Fleet.
ST. LOUIS, Aug. 14 The annual meeting
a half: Dr. Divination won, Dirk Ttirpln
second, The Ijidy Kohesla third. Time:
1'irtn race, one mne ana a sixieenm, on
turf: Flara won, Birch Broom second,
Satire third. Time: 1:4H.
81xth race, five and a half furlongs: Mol-
of tne American Association of Live Stock He Spanker won, Kookawny second, Gold-
Herd Book secretaries was held here today, saint tnini. Time: i:oh.
F ri Pnhnni ehief of the nermrtment or HI. lXUJlS. AUK. H.-KfSl IS;
1lv stock of the World's fair, delivered First race, one mile nnd twenty yards.
the address of welcome end Mr. B. O. selling: Class Leader won. Whltmore sec-
Cownn of Chlcasro responded. The follow- ond. Daddy Bender third. Time; 1;49.
Ins- offloers were elected: President. C. R. Second race, five furlongs, purse: Inter-
Thomas of Kansas City, Mo.: vice presl- rogation won. Foxy Grandpa second. Wood
dent. Mortimer Levering of Indianapolis, lyn tnira. Time: 1:114,
Ind.: secretary, Colonel Charles F. MllbT
of Springfield. 111.: treasurer. George W.
Htubbleticld 01 iiioomington, 111.
Ord Rallies In Xlnth.
Third race, six and a half furlongs, sell.
Ing: Miss Uould won, Dave Sommers sec
ond, Orion third.' Time: 1:24'..
Fourth race, six furlongs, handicap: Main
land won. Mafalda second, Hugh MeOovern
thlrit Tlma- 1 -liiU
ORD. Xeh.. AUST. 14. fSneclal.) In thB I firth n.. nn mllo mil lnnnlv vnrdai
last half of the ninth Inning In the base eliin- Kedtieer wnn Tleltfnll seennil.
ball game here yesterday between Ord and Lvbnch third. Time: 1:4S.
Grand Island splendid stick work of Wll- Sixth race, six and a half furlongs, sell
son and Rhodes succeeded in tying whnt ng: F.lrey won. (.Males second, Temptress
would seem to ne an almost impoiui" third. Time: 1:35.
score, Ord then winning out In the eleventh BUFFALO, Aug. 14. Results:
Inning. Young Glade, the Grand Island First race, six furlongs, selling: Annie
pitcher, pitched a strong game, but weak- Max won, Tom Kingsley second. Reeves
ened In the latter half. It was a pitchers' third. Time: l:14v
battle throughout, Beltser having decidedly Second lace, live furlongs, selling: May
the best of it. Score: Ord, s; Urana I Combs won. Kern second, 1 wo Penny third.
Rain Stops Tennis.
Third race, mile and an eighth, soiling:
Latrobe won, Ida Hlley second, Benckurt
third. Time: 1:&34.
Fourth race, five furlongs: Iolo won.
Orderly second, Australlna third. Time:
Fifth race, six furlongs, selling: Petit
There was no tennis at the Field club
last evening because of tbe rain, and the
match in the finals or the consolations
In the doubles, which was to have been
played, will be played today with the rueu won Epldemlo second, Navlsota third,
match between Haskell and Hopkins Time: 1:14V
Sixth race, six furlones. selnnir: Louise
Collier won, Destitute second, J. W. Kodcs
third. Time: l:l3Vs.
Wreck Is Mot Serious.
against Caldwell and Young for the doubles
VALUABLE BONES ARE FOUND
TERRE HAUTE. Ind.. Aug. 14,-The
freight wreck on the Vandalla, near Effing
ham, last night was not so serious as first
reported. Engineer Dill of Terra Haute was
slightly hurt. Severs! cars were smashed
.. .1 . 1. . . ......I, nrnM l.lnnl.nAJ ......
BAN FRANCISCO. Aug. 14 -The first hmir, " Trains a?e T bein detoured over
series or expeditions organised ny tne t.uii- 1 the bis Four.
California Academy of Selene Expe
dltlon Is Richly
fornia Academy of Science In this city,
which left here In April Inst, to txpioro the
islands off the Pacific coast, has unt re
turned after a voyage extending ever 4,000
miles in the schooner Mary Sachs.
After calling at one or two places on the
coast of Lower California, they proceeded to
the Islands of 8an Bernardino and Socorro,
situated about 250 miles oft the Mexican
coast. On Socorro, whlcn coiualns HO
square miles no mammals were found.
but complete and rare ornithological speci
mens were secured. . At Clarion, another
Island, 2E0 miles further out l sea, three
specimens of land hires were secured and
seven specimens also at SocJVro.
One rare water bird was founl on the
Revellagello group. A red-billed -.ropc bird
was secured off San Diego, the farthest
north this species has been found. All told
about 1.000 srieclmens of birds wers secirrd,
together with valuable'botanical specimens.
while twenty gallons of alcoh il were fllkd
with snakes and lizards.
A peculiarity of the Islands is that while
in parts vegetation flourishes, nowhere ir
water found upon any of ilirmi. An nclue
volcano 4.000 feet high was found on So
corro. Wild sheep abound on this Island
and Guadaloupe Is literally overrun with
I,air Clerk Charged with Forarery.
NEW TORK. Aug. 14 George R. Crelgh-
ton, 29 years old, has been arrested,
charged with forgeries reaching $12,000.
Crelghton was employed by Townsend &
Wadell as a law clerk.
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BEATRICE, Neb., Aug. 14 (Special.)
Theodore Belden and Miss Pearl Snider,
boih of this city, were married Wednes- !
day evening st 8 o'clock. Judge John II.
Inman officiating. Only s small number of
l;,16; af.e .lnlV!l1!?".a,l".L'1.Lun n5i Intimate friends of the young couple wlt-
...ov., t, . . i xt. ..,1 U.. nl,ln
will make their home in this city, the groom
having been one of the rural mall carriers
ONEILL, Neb., August 14 (Speclal.)
Everyihing is in readiness for the opening
of Hie field trials on the 18th lint. There
are about 'Jtu dogs mi the ground and
about two doicn handlers, and many of the
owners of the dogs from all parts of the
country are expected to arrive for the
npeiiliiK. KvervLhinif tioaxll.le la heinar ilnna
by the oltlcers of tlie ussocUtion and the
ciuiens generally to entertain and accom
modate the mangers who will be prevent.
It Is a foregone conclusion that the trials
will I a great success. The only thing
that could at all Interfere Is the weather.
The writer was over the country set apart
for the trials this week. It Is an MeU
tract for such an exhibition. One can
s e f r im ore corner of a township to the
other, which enables one to see the dogs
wir t (.! t dlstoncn. and the little lakes
and streams save the necessity of cjiryin
waier The cover U ubout right to let the
dvgs work well. There Is an abundanre
of chickens on the ground. In a drive of
five mllw many ag five covlcs were
track was fast and weather conditions
perfect. Nearlv all the heat wlnnera took
new records, Riley B going in for the
The 2:12 trot was stopped by darkness,
four horses having won u heat each. Sum
mary: 2 :l4 claas, pacing, purs 1500: Abbia
Strathmore won three straight heats. Tlma:
2:08. 2:U84. 2:07V
nettle walker. Mississippi King, Ante-
rose, St. Pedro and Sammons, Mijor Mc
kinley, Jackmont Irene. Gold Call, Stipu
lator. Go Direct. Dale S also s'arted.
2:18 class, trot, stakes II .000 : Norman B
won second, third and fourth heats. Time:
2:114. 2:11H, 2:11V Kent won first heat.
Free for alt. nurse SnOO: Riley B won.
Time: 2:0EH, 2:07V 2:08.
Z:l3 Class, trot, purse fiir tunnnisneoi:
Gold Standard won second heat: Time:
U',. Brash won third heat. Time: 2:144.
Klondike won first heat: Time: 2:124.
Goldust Maid won fourth heat. Time:
Indues Withdraw Drivers.
NEW YORK. Aug. 14 Strathlane waa
Well played for the 2:13 pace, selling at
HvO to ho for the held, he won the rirst
heat- in good style, but was defeated by
Olive Wood easily in slower time in the
next. The judges decided to change drivers
ana put up Jonn Lurry buhlna Uiratnlana.
The resun was a superb liuUh. as the
two heat winner fougnt the battle all
down tne stretcit. as iney shot under tne
wire it looked like a dead heal. The Judges
caught Olive Quod's nose lu front and the
veruict was popuur. Curry was also ap
plauded for his great drive, bummary:
2;1U trot, purse fl,2uO:
The Roman, b. g., by Ptklnney
iDobie 1 1
Belie Kuser, b. m. (Hudson) 2 4
r-uiin Leaf, b. g. (McCarthy) ( 2
Wemworth, b. g. (Speari J )
Alice Carr, b. m. (li.irrUon) 4 6
Nell Gwynne, b. m. (Ke ly) 6 i
Eel Hllagro, b. g. (Mctienry) b
Silver S.gn, b. h. (Murmani I 7
Autnoruis, blk. m. (McDonald) 7
Time: 2:1u, t:CV
The Tonkers' stake. 13.0X1, 2 2) race:
Tom Keene, ch. g., by West Egbert
(Sanders) 1 1
King Direct, blk. h. ((Jeers) t 2
DiiK Wilson, nr. n. (Wilson) 6 i
lUrect L. blk. g. (Hudson) ds.
Mary Ann b. m. (Snow) ds.
Time: 2;24S. 2.244.
S.it trotiina. nurse II. IW:
Caspian, b. g., by Patron-Caserrila,
by Shelby Ch. Chf. (Sh'inkl..
Dillon Boy. by H H Hudson
His Bov, b. h. (HtunhrouKh)
Judge Greene, b. c. (Walker)
John Mack, b g. iM.Uni
MUUrJ gamier, b. g. (Mernflsld)...
Crown Shade, blk. g. (Vall)
Oda Oiay, b. in (tlark)
JauilA, b. to. (Dlckersoo)
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STURGIS, 8. D.. Aug. H. (Special.)
Oooige Lynch, an employe at the Spearflsh
cyanide plant, and Miss Eda Loosley of
Omaha were married In this city Tuesday
at the reeldence of Mr. and Mrs. Claude
Bunnell, Rev. Father Colombo officiating.
newspaper Man Wanted In Illinois.
SPRINGFIELD. III.. Aug. 14 Governor
Tain, has Issued a reauisltion on the rov-
ernor of Pennsylvania for the extradition of
Robert Sidney Smith, a newsimD-r writer alV.vrtl UTrNfiCMT
now under arrest in Pittsburg and wanted OUr LKIil 1 a-illMi j
in twooiilingiun, ill., uu t,-iiuia,iT m a,iti-
naplng his child, who 'was given to his
parents by tne court.
Two Men Are Lynched.
ALBANY. Ga.. Aug. 14 A white man
named Thomrjson and King Wrightman, a
negro, were lynched yesterday at Harts
flefd for assaulting a white woman near
Hartsflold on Saturday night.
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