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THE OMAHA DAILY BEEl SATURDAY, 8EPTEMBER 17. 1901.
PA TARES FIVE STRAIGHT
Omaha Itakea Mincemeat Out of the Center
TEBEAU'S PETS DO NOT GET A LOOK IN
Waapln, WcSeeley, Vlllemaa, Ho
tetter, Keana, Volleatdorf, Cable
' and fop Erie Are Eur
Harks for Rna;er a.
Colorado Springs may now return the
hoots which arose from Denver when (he
Millionaires dropped those five straight
fames In Omaha a few weeks ago, for
Denver, the leaders at present, has re
peated the art.
The little boy on the center field fence
tiiyn it's as easy for Omaha to knock the
"tuffln' " out of a ball team from Colo
rado as it Is for a bird to fly and It must
be so, for out of the last eighteen games
played In Omaha with these two teams
Omaha won fifteen of them. This leaves
the series of thirty games for the season
between Omaha and Denver that outfit
was going to make Omaha look like thirty
cents 18 to 12 In favor of Omaha.
Pa's achievement In these last five games
looms up all the more brilliantly when those
eight star twlrlers his team vanquished
are lined up In front of the boards: Mau
pin, Villeman, Kenna, McNeeley, Cable,
Vollcndorf, Hostetter and old Pop Eyler-
once Omaha's Jonah, now Its biggest snap.
At the close of the game yesterday after
noon, when the little toy on the center
field fence told Pa to jot It down. Pa felt
as happy as a 12-yearold boy with
new pair of stilts. And over In one of the
right boxes Manager Hallman was vigor
ously chewing his cud to keep from looking
down In the mouth.
These have been glad days for Pa Rourke
and when he got down to the store last
evening the boys made him get, -up on I
molasses barrel and say a few words be
fitting the occasion. And the little boy
on the fence brought his slste." down to
the store to have a look at Pa and his
The Omaha players Jumped in at the star
.and landed oit Pop Eyler for threj hits
and as many runs. Buck Thlel opened
the fifth prise package received from Den
ver by sending a two-bagger right over
the third base, reached third on .Eyler s
Wild pitch and scored when Howard made
a three-base hit. Then Welch walked the
primrose path to first, Dolarr- mad a bunt
hit, but beat It to first, Braun falling down
on his way to get the bunt. While Dolan
was getting to first Howard scored and
Welch reached third. Thomas went out
at first and Welch ran to. the plate on
the play. In the second irfnlng' Thtel, Car
tar and Banders made hits, but failed to
cash them In.
. ThatLackjr Seventh.
The score stood three to nothing until
the lucky seventh Inning, when Pa told
his obedient ones to make a few more
Just to rub It in a bit. Thlel made a hit
that carried him to first. Carter' followed
with a bunt which was fielded by Lucia,
who hesitated with the ball, not knowing
whether: to catch Carter at first or Thlel
who was then stealing third base, with
Kelly looking at him, too. Lucia threw
the ball to third, but Thiel, as usual.
reached third, two hours before the ball
Carter ran to second on that play. This
looked well to Pa and Hallman chewed
some more cud and Howard was equal to
the emergency and sent one out to right
flold, reaching Arm and bringing in Thlel
and Carter. Welch then sacrificed and
Howard was caught trying to steal third
The Denver bunch made one run, In this
'wise: ' BraUn came to bat In the eighth In
nlng and made the first and only two-base
hit for his team. Smith followed with a
fly that dropped Into Welch's hands and
down to the ground. Smith made first on
the error and Braun traveled from second
to third. White followed with a hit and
Braun scored. That Is the story of how
Denver escaped another shutout at the
hands of Omaha. Howard shut off a sec
ond run in the eighth by a fine double play,
catching White running between first and
second and throwing the ball to Thomas,
who caught Ketcham, making the third out
and shutting out a run for Smith, who
went In pn the play,
Thomas figured In a' little circus act
In the seventh Inning. HayeJ went to
first on an error by Schipke, who threw
wild to Thomas. The ball rolled away from
first base and Hayes Was about to take ad
vantage of the error by raising the dust
In the direction of second bane, but stum
bled about twenty feet from first Thomas
was on lyis way for the ball. He turned
around and, seeing Hayes on the ground,
made a feint to throw the ball to first, al
though he had not yet found the little
sphere. The ruse worked like a . charm,
for Hayes picked, himself up with neatness
and dispatch and hiked back to first.
Meanwhile Thomas had the ball on Its way
to the front. Carter having'aneaked down,
and got It Hayes could have reached
third on the error had he just kept on
Yesterday's crowd war' an. unusually en
thusiastic one, even for ladles' day. Man
ager Hallman of Denver had for his guests
Harry Ferguson and Harry Elvin Mack of
the "Finnegan's Ball" company end J. F.
McCabe of the Orpheum circuit.
ThU afternoon the 'St. Joseph team will
appear on the Vinton rtreet grounds and
will play a double-healer for one admis
sion and also on Sunday afternoon, the
flrsa game to be callel at 2:80 p. m. At
tendance, 2,000. The scors:
Hayes, rf. ......
4 23 IS e
t 0 0 0 0 0 2 0
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 01
Omaha. 8. Thr-hita hit.
nuwmu. iwu-h i nns: i niel, Uraun.
Stolen base: Thlel. -Sacrifice hits: Welch,
Braun, White. First base on balls: .On
Sanders. 2; off Eyler, 2. First base on er
rors;. Denver, I. Struck out: By. Sanders.
4; by Eyler, 4. Left on bases: Omaha, 7;
Denver. 6. -Hit by pitched ball: Lucia.
Wild pitch: ICyler. Double plays; Dolan
to Howard to Thomas, Howard to Thomas.
Time: L86. Umpire: Kelly.
Dee Moines Brats atoms.
DBS MOINE8. Sept It Hard hitting won
for Des Mollies today. Score: R. 11. E.
es Moines., 81020038 18 13 3
Sioux City... 100040100 3 11 3
Batteries: Lleflold and G. Clarke; Jar
rot t and Leslie.
ST. JOSEPH, Mo., Sept.
ALL FIRST-CLASS CAFES, CLUBS AMD
ftERVLO EVE.ftrWHLRI -
Springs took the closing game from 8t. Jo
seph today by a score of to 1. Vtlleman's
control, coupled with the fast, snappy work
or the visitors, arew out an easy victory.
Score: R. H. E.
Colorado Springs.... 1 0 0 1 3 0 I 0-4 11 2
St. Joseph , 00010000 0-1 3 3
Batteries: Villeman and Messft; Clark
Itaadins; oft he Teams.
Played. Won. Lost
Colorado 8prtngs ..133
Des Molnea 142
St. Joseph 135
Sioux City 130
Games today: St. Joseph at Omaha, Den
ver at Des Moines, Colorado Springs at
GAMES TRANSFERRED TO OMAHA
Lack of Patronage at St. Joseph
fames Chance In Schedule.
ST. JOBF.PH. Mo.. Sept. 18 The remain.
der nf the Western league base ball games
scheduled for this season In St. Joseph have
been transferred to Omaha on account of
lark of patronage. The last game here was
played today. - .
A body the Standing Table.
President Sexton furnishes the following
as tne moiai stnnaii-a oi trie western
lettgue teams In the pe rinani race, up to
ana including tne games piaa on Tliurs
1'iayeo. won. iost.
Denver I3f 81 65
Colorado Snrlnws 133 78 68
Omaha 1 el 68
Des Moines 141 75 6
Ft. Joseph 135 63 82
fVotix City 130 40 90
It would be very comforting to Omaha
fans If the president's table could be ac
cepted as accurate, nut it will have to oe
rejected, for the reason that he has cred
ited m Karnes won and 406 a-ames lost for
the season up to Thursday. This is a manl
iest error, and as the exact BDot Is not lo
cated every figure in the table is under
suspicion ana mererore tne wnoie must do
thrown out.1 A careful checking over of
records kept In The Bee office shows -that
up to ana including the games or rnurs
day the Westetrn Teaa-ue record balanced
at 4i6 game. The record by montns is
April and May, 95 games; June, 73: July, 86;
August, tw. ana September to tne win. in
clusive, 53, a total of 4ti6.
His credit to Omaha Is also wrong, ac
cording to the scares that have been pub
lished rrom day to nay in Tne liee. rnr
these ohow Omaha's account to stand with
the several teams ns follows. Including
yesterday game with Denver:
Plaved. Won. Lost. P.C
.. 30 IS 12 .00
.. 29 14 15 .483
.. 30 17 13. .57
,. 0 10 10 -.5110
.. 30 21 9 . 700
.139 80 59 .575
This leaves Omaha eleven games to play
to nnlsh the schedule, one wltn Colorado
Springs and ten with St. Joseph.
GAMES IK THE NATIONAL. I.EAGIE
IMttsbnra- Wine from St. Loots In Easy
ST. LOUIS, Sept. 16 Pittsburg outplayed
the home team and took the first game of
the series in easy fashion. Tayiur was
batted hard and given poor supuorl, while
i-.ee.vei' waa enectlve. . Allenaanca, t,zw.
PITTSBl'RO. . ST. LOVI8.
Leach, lb 1 10 1 0' Fan-all. 2b... .0 1 1 t 0
a e o o hiii, it o oooo
Oit 0 Di-ckley, lb....O 0 8 0 0
110 0 Brain. 3b 0 1(80
I 11 1 1 Bmoot. ct.....O 0 1 0 0
3 10 0 banleavy. rf..O 110 0
Mi'ijormlck, rl 0
Phelpa. e 0
1(1 OiShay. ai 1 1 I 4 1
14 0 1 Orady. o 0 14 10
Laever, p 1
8 0S t Taylor, p 0 0 0 1 0
Totala 10 It 7 It ll Total! 1 I 27 12 1
Pittsburg 1 0 0 0 1 0 4 0 410
St. Louis 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 01
Earned runs: Pitteburor. 7. Two-base
hits: Phelps, Branstield (2), Beaumont,
Leever. Three-base hits: Grady. Beau
mont. Home runs: Leach, Krueger. Double
plays: Ritchey to Branslield to Krueg.jr;
Leach to Ritchey to Bransfleld; Farrell'to
Shay to Beckley. Btfjlen base: Farrell.
First ba.se on balls: Off Leever, 2; off Tay
lor, 2. Struck out: By Taylor, 3; by Leever,
1. Left on bases: St. Louis, 8: Pittsburg.
Time: 1:47. Umpire: Johnstone.
Washington Defeats Philadelphia.
PHILADELPHIA. Sent. 16. The nrnla
nnished the season at home today with a
defeat administered by Washington. At-
tenaance, s.ubi. score:
V(A8HINOTON. , PHILADELPHIA.
R H 6 AE
ef 0 19 10
Pickering, cf. .0
L. Croaa, 8b... 0
Murphy. 2b. ..1
M. Croaa, h.,.0
Slireck, e 1
Henley, p 0
Hill, lb 1
StaJil, lb I
aaaady. aa. ...0
Clark, c 1
Patten, p 0
Totals 8 17 15 II Totala 8
Washington 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 26
Philadelphia 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2-3
Three-base hit: Hartsel SncrlMcA lilt-
Mullln. Stolen base: Sa-bold. Double play:
Stuhl to Mullln. Left on bases; Washing
ton, 1; Philadelphia, 1. Hit by pitched
ball: By Patten, 2. Struck out: By Pat-
r, A. V. T T 1 S H.I . . i T .
i r xinuiuy, o. nine: i;io. uicpire:
Chicago Defeats Cincinnati.
CHICAGO. SeDt. 18. The visitor mnHo nil
the long hlta. a double
r,ui l.undgren stopped them with two runs
i-y striKlliK out nine men. Attenri:inr-e .tnirt
CH. OO. I CINCINNATI.
R.H.O.A.E. R. H.O.A.B.
Jonea, rf 0
Caaey, 3b 0
Barry, lb 1
0i Seymour, c(...l
0 Dolan, cf 0
01 Kelley, lb I
0. Sabring, rf,...0
lame, it i
Odwell, If 0
Tinker, u 0
Wllllama, aa. .1
vera, lb 0
'Nelll. o 0
v IIURIUII, U...U
0 Street, c 0
P.wlng. p 0
Total! 8 13 17 f . 01
Total a 3 84 16 I
Batted for Woodruff in ninth.
Chicago. 0 1 0 0 0 011 t
Cincinnati 00000101 02
Left on bases: Chicago, 8: Cincinnati, 6.
wo-base hit; Seymour. Three-base hits:
dwell, Seymour, Sebrlng. Sacrifice hits:
Ivt rs. McCarthy. Hit with !- ll - Wntiov
Bttrry.' Struck out: By- Lundgren, 9; by
Ewii.g. 6. Buses on balls: off Ewlng, 2.
Passed ball: Street- Time: i ff, I7m r-
New York Wine Two from Boston.
NEW YORK. Sent. 16 Hittlne- onnor.
tui.ely and helped by convenient errors on
the part of Brooklyn, New York won two
guinea today. Score first game:
Browne, rf 0
Dillon, lb 0 0
Dobba. cf 0 1
Martea. If 0
Dattlen. as. ...0
Luntley, rf . . . .0 .0
Sheckard, lb..O 0
Babb. aa 0 0
Batch, lb 1 1
Dund 3b 1
1 Bergen, c 0 0
0 Jordau. Sb 0 1
0 Jonea, p 0
Tout I t 17 11 S Totala ...
4 34 7 0
ew York t 0 0 0 9
Brooklyn 0 0 0 (0
First base cn errors: Brooklyn. 1. Left
on bases: New York. 4; Brooklyn. 6.
iitses on balls: ; Off Matthewson. 2: off
on eh. 1. struck out: Hv Viiihinn s-
by Jones, 8. Home run: Butch. Threel
base hit: Batch. Tw6-bs hlta- M.-f-v.nn
Gilbert. Sacrifice hits: Bresnnhun. Mut-
hewson. Double nlav: I.timlov tn nil ion
Tune: 1:26. Umpires: Enmllo and O'Duy.
Dillon, lb 1
Dobba, cf 0
Martea. If I
Dunn, lb 0
II Babb, aa 1
1 Batch. 3b 1
4 Rltler, c 0
Jordan, 2b.. ...0
1 Crouln, P..J...0
llbert, 3b... .0
enter, o 1
aloOluultr, p. O
Total I 8 37 11 ; Total! I 7 34 14 4
New York........ 00300101-
Brooklyn 00010020 08
First base on errors: New York, 1;
Brooklyn, 1. Left on buses: New York. 4;
BrooK'yn, 1. First base on balls: Off Mc
Glnnlty, 2; off Cronin, 1. Hume runs;
Butch, Browne. Three-base bits: McCann,
Dillon. Stolen bases: Gilbert, Warner.
Double plays: Jordan to Babb to Dillon,
Buhb to Ritter to Jordan. Time: 1:36. At
tendance: 6,867. Umpires; Enmllo und
Standing; of the Teams.
Played Won. Lost.
Cincinnati at Chicago, Boston at Philadel
phia, New York l Brooklyn.
rrelsraton Wins a Hot One.
CREIG1ITON, Neb.. Sept. l.-(Special
Telegram.) The event of the Knox county
fair waa a game of ball here today be
tween Crelghton and the Creek Rats. Both
sides played an errfir'ess game. For burg
pitched for the Creek Rats with great suc-
, i caaa as oiu also buieiuur fur ui'elgliton.
4 Neither tem bad auy utnch on the gauie
until the last ball was thrown. The runs
were scored on two singles and a wild
ritch. Score: R.H.E
Crelghton 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 01 5
Creek Rats 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 S I
Batteries: Crelghton. Pafelder and Crelgh
ton: Creek Rats, Forsburg and Rlchter,
Two-base hits: Careen. Webster. Three-base
hit: V. Forshurg. Struck out: Hv Forshursr.
T; by Saf elder, 3. Left on bases: CYelghtoA,
i. iTPtii naia, o. umpire: liana
GAMES 171 THE AMERICA I.EAGIK
Detroit Wins Two Games from Cleve
land, One n Shntovt.
CLEVELAND. Sept. M. Detroit woe two
games from Cleveland today, the locals be
ing unaoie to mane nits
with men on
Fairetl, cf 0 0(0
Mclntyre. If .. tit
L.upn, ir o iio
0 Brail ley, lb...O
1 Flick, rf 0
0 O 8tor.ll, lb D
0 rrr. lb 0
1 Turner, 0
0 Rmirnan, ctt.4
0 Buelow, c.;...
Couejilln, Sb..O 4
BeYlll.. lb... 1 13 A
Kohlnton. rf. .0 0 1 0
Drill, e 0 Alt
low, lb 1 lot
0'Le.rjr, U....0 1 t I
i. Steal 1, p..o t I
Total! 1 111 14 I1 Total! 0 17 11 I
Detroit 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 01
Cleveland 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
First base on errors: Cleveland. 2: De
troit. 1. Stolen bases: Flick. Barrett
Double plays: O'Leary, Bevllle. Base on
balls: Off Joss, 1. 1-eft on bases: Cleveland,
6; Detroit, 4. Struck out: By Joss, 6; by
Btovall. 3. Wild pitch: Joss. Time: 1:2.
Bcore, second garn.i
DETROIT. , CLEVELAND.
It H.O. A S
0 Limit. It
1 1 0
0 Bradley, Sb.,
(! Flick, rf
J Storall, lb...
01 Parr, lb
0 Turner, aa...
0' Moore, p
I .owe, lb....
.8 T 14 I ll Totals t 14 It 4
Detroit 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0-8
Cleveland 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 12
First base on errors: Detroit. 4: Cleve
land, 2. Two-base hits: Carr (2), Lush,
Bay. Hacrince hits: aiclntyre (Z), Kooin-
son. Stolen bases: Turner, Kay. Double
plays: Turner and Carr; Stovall and Carr.
Bases on balls: Off Moore, 8; off Jaeger, 2.
Hit by pitched ball: By Jaeger, 1. Left
on bases: Cleveland, 9; Detroit, 9. Struck
out: By Moore, 7; by Jaeger, 2. Time:
1:38. Umpire: Dwyer.
Boston and Kevr York Break Even.
BOSTON. Sept. IS. Before a record-
breaking crowd today Boston and New
York broke even, score nrsi game:
NEW YORK. I BOSTON.
Keelar, rt 1
Parent, aa 1
Siahl, cf 0
Ferrla, 2b 0
Fan-all, o 1
Dlnoan, p 0
Anderson, cf. .1
Wllllama, 2b... 0
Conroy, 8b. ...0
Totals t 17 18 1
.4 10 17 0 1
0 0 0 08
9 3 0 04
'Batted for Dineen In ninth.
New York 3 3 0 0 0
Boston 0 0 0 0 1
Three-base hlta: Farrell. Parent. Dough
erty Ct), Anderson. Stolen base: Elberfeld.
Double plays: Elberfeld to Williams to
Oanzel, Ferris to Parent to LaChance,
Chesbro to Elberfeld to Oanzel. First base
on balls: Off Chesbro, 2; off Dineen, 4.
Struck out: By Chesbro. 1; by Dineen. 2.
Passei ball: McGuire. Wild ptch: Di
neen. Time: 1:32. Umpire: Sheridan.
score second game:
UUSTUN. HEW UHK.
.0 0 1
01 Dougherty, lf.O
OiKeeler, rf 0
0 Elberfeld, aa..0
1 Garnet, lb....O
0 Conroy, b....l
1 McOulra. C....0
Stan I, cf...
0 1 S
1 0 1
0 1 1
.0 0 0
LaChance, lb.l 1 13
Ferrla, 2b 1 1 1
Crlger, C......1 1 t
..u v o
Uarvln. p 0
7 17 It
I Totala t 14 It- 8
Batted for Garvin in fifth.
Boston 02100010 -4
New York 00001000 12
Two-base hit: LaChance. Three-base
hits: Crltfer. Collins. Ferris. Williams.
Stoicn base; Conroy. Double plays: Wil
liams t ) Elberfeld to Ganzel, Garvin to El
berfeld to Ganzel. Hits: Off Garvin, 6. in
five innings: off Plttinunn. 2. in four innings.
Hit bypitched ball: By Young. 1. Struck
out: By Garvin. 1; by Pittmann, 1; by
Young, 4. Wild pitch: Garvin. Time: 1:40.
umpire: Sheridan. Attendance, ZZ.asa.
At Philadelphia -Boston game postponed.
until tomorrow, when two games will be
Standing; of the Teams.
Played. Won. Lost
New York 129
Chicago ...132 76
Philadelphia xis 71-
Cleveland .128 69
Detroit 130 55
St. Louis 128 64
Washington 130 32
Games today: Detroit at Cleveland, Chi
cago at St. Louis, Washington at New
York, milade:phia at Bostoa
GAMES IN AMEHICAK ASSOCIATION
Kansas City Wins from Minneapolis,
Scoring; Six Runs In First.
KANSAS CITY. Sept. 16. Ferry was In
effective today and Kansas City won, scor
ing six runs in the llrat inning i'f five
singles and an error. AttenJance, iV).
KANSAS CITY. t MINNEAPOLIS.
Aiken, lb I
I Malouey. rt...O
Nanea. If 0
0 Freeman, lb.. .1
0 Coulter, If 3
0 Oreutlnger, Sb. 1
0, Houae, cf 0
Frants, cf 1.
Bonner, 2b.... 3
Masaey, lb.... 2
Lewee, rf 1
Butler, c 0
label), p 0
0 Sclimldt. c 1
Fox, 2b 0
Totals t 37 14 31 Total t 10 14 13 8
Kansas City 6 0110010 8
Minneapolis 3 0 0 0 1 0 I 0 u-0
turned runs: Kansas City, 4: Minne
apolis, 3. Two-base hits: Butler, McNich
ols, Maloney. Sacrifice hits: Nance, Franta.
Eels, House. Stolen kases; Bonner, Mas-
sey, Coulter (2), Gremlnger. Double plays:
Amen to inonner to Massey; freeman to
U . . 1 . , i . 1 X.' . . ... . , , . 1 .. . . 1 in...
DVilllllui. ' lA VVJ uICl tU r 1CCIIIAU. XlllBI
.Off Isbell, 9 in six and one-third Innings:
of Eels, -1 in two and two-thirds innings.
First base on balls: Off Eels. 4: off Ferrv.
6. Struck out: By Isbell. 1: by Eels, 4; by
Perm 4. Hit by itltched ball: Butler.
Maloney, Schmidt. Passed ball: Butler.
Left on Danes: Kansas city, 6; Minne
apolis, 10. Time: 2:05. Umpire: Hart.
Even Break r.t Columbus.
COLUMBUS. Sept. 16,-Columbus won the
first game In a double header with Louis-
vine today by opportune batting and the
visitors forfeited the second game 9 to 0
by rerusing to send in a pitcher to take
the place of Evans, who waa ordered out
of the game in the seventh inning for dis
puting a decision by the umpire. Attend
ance, 2,271 Score, first game:
Martin, If 0
Frlel, 3b 0
M'snmery, 3b. 0
Arndt, ef 0
Dexter, o 1
Braahear, 3b.. 0
Yaaser. o 0
' wrlalay, 3D. ..I
Dorner, p I
Total! I 10 37 8 1' . Total! 4 8 34 14 8
Columbt 0 0 0 8 0 3 1 8
Louisville 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 04
Stolen bases: Wrlgley. Dexter. Sacrifice
hit: SnunKler. First base- on balls: Off
Malarkey, 4. Two-base hits: Klhm, Clymer,
Wrigley, Dorner, Arndt, Montgomery.
Double plays: Klhm to Wrigley: Campbell
to Sparigler. Hit by pitched ball: Dorner.
Struck out: By Malarkey, 1; by Dorner, 6;
by Campbell. 2. Hits: Off Malarkey. 4 in
three and two-thirds Innings: off Dorner,
4 in five and one-quarter innings. Time:
2:30. Umpire: Bauswlne.
Score, second. game:
Hallman. If... 3
M snmery, 3b. 0
Arudt, cf 0
Kpaniler, lb . O
Sub river, e
Braahear, lb 1
Ksan. p 1
Dayrla, tb 0
Martin, If 1
Frlel,- 3b 0
.4 ! 10 1
Totahl 8 4 31 4 3
One out when game was awarded to
Columbus, ( to 0.
Louisville 0 0. 2 1 1 0 -4
Columbue 0 0 t 0 0 0 2
Sacrifice hits: Montgomery, Bpangrler.
First base on balls! OR Hlckey, 4; off Ber
ger, 8; off Egan, 1. Two-base hits: Martin,
Hallman (2), Arndt. Double play: Brld
well to Wrigley. Hit by pitched ball: Ab
bott, Clymer. Struck out: By Hlckey, 1;
by Btrger, 2. Wild pitch. Hlckey. Hlta:
Off Hlckey, i in four and one-third in
nings; off JBerger, 3 In two and two thirds.
Time: 1:20. Umpire: Bauswlne.
Mllwankee Defeats at. Panl.
MILWAUKEE. Sept. 16. Two three-bag-gere
by Schaefer with men ou bases were
Included in the features of the game today.
Milwaukee won by hitting at the right
time. Attendsnce. 1,160. Score:
MILWAI KE8. 8T. PAVL.
u n a r ! R. H.O. A. 87.
ton, rf 18 1 ' Jnnea. lb 1 8 11
Srkaefar. aa...l I 1 S 1 Jacaans. rf....t lit
O'Brien, If... .8 lis I Wlmlir, Jb . 0 8 1
Clark, lb t f 1 0 Floumor. If.. 1 1
HemDhlll. cf I I t 1 n Hnuarh'der. cfO 4 0
Bateman. lb. O 1 10 t t Martin. tb.... 0 9 11
Baiter, lb ft A 1 1 n Marran. aa....l 1 1 8 1
Blatter, c 1 It olSulllraa, C....0 0 4 t 0
Curtla. p 1 1 1 et'orbetl, p 1 180
Totale 8 in 11 l Total! 4 8 14 10 1
Milwaukee 0 3 0 0 1 2 0 0
St. Paul 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 04
Two-base hit: Wheeler. Three-base, hit:
Schsefer (2), Flournoy (2), Jones. First
base on balls: Off Curtis, 2; off Corbett, 4.
Hit by rltched ball: Corbelt Struck out:
By Curtis, ; by Corbett, 4. Double play:
Schaefer to Baxter to Bateman. Left on
bases: Milwaukee, 8; St. Paul, (. Time:
1:40. Umpire: Schuster. .
Toledo Wine front Indianapolis.
TOLEDO, Sept. 16. Toledo ' hit Fisher
consecutively in the eighth and won. At
tendance, 400. Score:
TOLEDO. , INDIANAPOLIS.
R.H.O.A.E. I R. H.O. A. 1.
Frlibte. ef....l,3 4 0 1 McOeery, cf..l t 0 0 0
Burna, lb 1 1 8
0 Magoon, aa....o
Morlarlty. lb.O 0 0
Lea. If 1 1 0
Brown, e 0 0 8
Berry, e 0
g wander. If . 0
Flutter, p 0
O'Hara, rf....0 1 0
Clark, lb 0 0 10
Cllngmaa, a!..0 0 8
Bartoa, p 0 0 0
.8 8 17 11 I
Total 1 10 14 T 1
Batted for Dickey In ninth.
Batted for Fisher in ninth.
Toledo 0 0 0 0 0 M I M
Indianapolis 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 22
Stolen bases: Magoon. Cmrk. Sacrifice
hit: Burns. Two-base hits: Friable (3),
McCreery (2), Swander. Bases on balls:
Off Bartoa, 2; off Fisher. 3. Struck out
By Bartos. 6: by Fisher. 6. Left on bases
Toledo, 7; Indianapolis, v. lilt wttn Dan
Magoon, Clark. Wild pitch: Fisher. Time
t:iu. umpire: iiiem. .
Standing of the Teams.
Played. Won. Lost Pet.
St. Paul 142 83 60 .618
Milwaukee 140 86 61 .6n2
Columbus 143 81 62 .660
Minneapolis 139 . 77 64 .6b4
Louisville 143 78 65 .646
Indianapolis 148 67 81 .4.3
Kansas city 143 oo hi .!.
Toledo 146 . 89 107 .267
Games today: Inaianaoolls at Toledo,
Louisville at Columbus. St. Paul at Mil
wauK.ee, Minneapolis at Kansas t-iiy.
Base Ball at Field Clan.
This afternoon at 3:30 o'clock the C. N
Diets and Omaha Field club base ball
teams will settle old scores on the latter a
grounds. The rivalry between these clubs
is Intense and the score ehould be very
close. The lineup will be as loiiuws:
uietz. I'OMiuon. f ieia ciuo.
Milllken Catcher Crelghton
tatter pitcher... .Taylor or cnase
Hodman First base. . Abbott
Jenkins Second base Malone or
.Third base Martin
Grand Island Wins Two.
WrtOTU T tT I XTaK Kant lit an.
Clal Telegram.) On Monday and Tuesday
two last games of base ball were played
here between the Grand Island and North
Loup teams, and although the home
team lost both games .the visitors had a
hard earned victory. Monday the score
was 4 to 3 in lavor or Grand island and
Tuesday they gained the victory by a score
oi A to i. ruesdavs name was nearly a
shutout for the visitors, but in the eighth
Inning a lucky hit sent the ball out in the
fle!d and It was lost among the weeds, thus
making one home run. Two more tallies In
the same Inning won the game. Harry
Howard pitched lor North Loup and struck
out twenty-lour men in tne two games.
Crowd Goes to Ball Game.
GRAND ISLAND. Neb.. SeDt. 18 fSne
clal.) Nearly three hundred Grand Island
business men took a special train this
afternoon for Ravenna, where the Grand
island base ball team will play a game with
Hastings as a feature of Grand Island day
at Ravenna carnival. Manager Schuff of
tne oase ball team and the ofneers of the
Commercial club worked up the excursion
A similar on tin or will be taken bv the com
mercial Interests of the city next Tuesday
to esnetton carnival, xne Harrison band ac.
companies both outings.
Beatrice Takes Fast Game.
BEATRICE. Neb., Sept. 16. (Special Tele
gram..) Beatrice nook the second game
from the Spauldlng team of Kansas City
today in an exhibition abounding in sensa
tional plays and brilliant fielding. Score:
Beatrice 0 1010001 8 43
Kansas City....0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 01 7 4
Batteries: Kansas City, Smith and Flora:
Beatrice, Adams and Miller. Umpire; Ful
Earllna; Wins from Woodbine.
TJTJNLAP, la., Sept. 16-(Speclal Tele
gram.) The Earllng base ball nine defeated
wood nine, nere touay, l to i. Attendance
650. Score: R.H
Earllng ....5 0 0 0 2 0 1 6 0-14 2
Woodbine, ..0 0001000 12
Batteries: Earllng. Schlier and Ford:
Woodbine, Nlpely and EKIs, Struck out: By
Schlier, 8: by Nicely, 13. Umpire: Thomas
neuy oi uenison.
Peoria, to Enter Three I Lragse.
PEORIA, 111.. Sept. 16. A syndicate com
posed of Edward Lelsy, head of-the big
brewing company In this city; , Thomas
Webb, R. K. Lawrence and William Meid
roth, have practically completed arrange
ments to transfer the Rockforfl Three-I
franchise to this city for next year. A rep
resentative wllL be at the league meeting
at Springfield next month prepared to bid
any figure to get the franchise.
Geneva Bents Wrmort,
GENEVA. Neb.. Sent. 16. (Special Tele
gram.) Wymore and Geneva played on the
fair grounds today. Score: R.H.E.
Geneva 0 0 0 4 0. 2 0 0 6 9 4
Wymore 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 03 7 4
Batteries: Geneva. Scuman and .Sequin;
Wymore, Weaver, Snyder and Brown.
COACH BOOTH OUT FOR PRACTICE
Pleased with Conditions In Nebraska,
LINCOLN, Neb.. Sept. 16. (Special.)
"Bummy" Booth. Nebraska's foot ball
coach, strode onto the Nebraska campus
yesterday and took active charge of the
Cornhuskers' practice. It . was Booth's
Initial appearance of the season. Booth
does ail of his coaching attired in regu
lation foot bull toga and there Is nothing
fancy about his course of instruction.
Players whose form does not suit the coach
are taken in hand and given a practical
illustration of what their tutor desires;
men theory has no part in his curriculum.
Booth found that his aNBistant, ex-Captalit
Westuver, had been drilling the squad lu
the usual preliminary stunts and he fol
lowed the same program, only lengthening
the cross country run at the end of prac
tice until it measured three miles. ,
Scrimmage work will not be attempted
until next week, as most of the players
are still soft of -muscle and shert or wind.
The first game, that against Grand Isl
and, will not be played until a week from
Saturday, and Booth will delay scrimmag
ing until the last possible moment. Grand
Island Is considered an easy proposition
and if his pupils are able to run four or
five touchdowns In two short halves Booth
will be satisfied.
Twenty-five men were out when Booth
took charge and this number, according
to the estimate of Manager Davis, should
be doubled by the first of next week when
registration begins In earnest at the uni
versity. So far only four veterans of last
year's aggregation have appeared for prac
tice, but two or three and possibly four,
will likely be added to the roll within a
few days. Booth was well Impressed by
the form shown by several of the green
Cunlftln nAnArilM'a ntintlna- was nf such
a high class that Booth was enthused auiT
hastened to extend nis congratulations anu
approval of Benedict's seal by practicing so
asaiduously during the summer vacation.
On his present form Benedict should have
a strong edge over almost every kicker
he opposes during the season.
One feature of the practice was par
ticularly pleasing to the coach. This was
the showing of Mills, the 260-pound giant,
who Is the biggest man ever donning a
foot bull suit on the Nebraska campus.
The giant was given a workout at the
center position. Booth had Mills snap the
ball, while the coach charged into Mills
as if he were in the opposing lineup.
Booth's object was to test how solidly Mills
stood on his feet and whether the new
man waa as capable of resisting a charge
as his tremendous frame would Indicate.
Booth can play center some, as that was
his position on two of Princeton s cham
pionship teams, but 'the coach found the
new man a hard nut to crack. Mills stood
his ground splendidly and he slammed
Booth back aa If the latter were a mure
plaything. Mills' showing tickled Booth
immensely and If the newcomer can but
master the tricks of the position he should
make a formidable centuf. .
Lincoln High school, winner of the Ne
braska lnteracholaatlc championship for the
past several seasons, has sent Its usual
quota of players to the "varsity this season,
and practically every man le considered
good material by Booth. Uncoln High
school la becoming a tremendous aid as a
training school for the Cornhuskers, end
out of the two dnsen men In the squad
yesterday more than half played originally
at that institution. Three of the new men
from the high school, HarwlcK, Kimmeu
and Munn, are exhibiting form that Is es
pecially promising, and- Barwlck already
Is a formidable candidate for quarterback,
which position he filled at the high school
for three years.
Booth brought no candidates with him
fr.,m Mxt aa anm a nf the rectors had
antirlnated. lie la a strong opponent of
tha nollrv of drummlnf OD fuot oall play
ers from the academies and preparatory
schools, declaring that new men should
come up to the higher Institutions of thslr
own accord and that any other system
tends to degrade foot ball and place It
on the plane of horse racing and other
EVE3T9 OX THE Rt'XNIKG Til ACKS
nvt. ntaei Fnir Winners at
NEW YORK, Sept. 16.-The feature of
the racing at Brighton Beach tooay was
the riding of W. Davis. Out of ilx mounts
he rode four winners, his other two mounts
Hniaiiinir outside of the money. In his
.M. nn ttokahoe In thai ftttirth raCO he P-
AorH an Ha rtatn at-the) head of the
trtr.h hut arrariiiallv made ud his ground
and beat the heavily played second choice.
Ostrich, by a head. Jocund at 1 to 8 and
the Southerner at 8 to 2 were the oniy
wlnntnv faVAritM RpfMllts:
First race, six furlongs: Fleur de Marc
(4 to 11 won. Workman second. Confessor
third. Time: 1:14H- , .
OatsnnA rarA ml la And a Sixteenth: JO'
cund (1 to 8) won, Brooklynlte second
u.-..r. 4hlr-,4 Tim- 1:tfHk.
Third race, six furlongs: Castalan (12
to l won. Counterpoise second, Liberia
thl. Tim.- 1-1344
G-,i.th miia anrl a furlong: Deka
ber (6 to 1) won. Ostrich second, ursi
Bourne third. Time: 1:52.
ififh racn mile and a auarter: rne
Southerner (3 to 2) won, Stolen Moments
second, Ed Tlemey tnira. ii. a.T.
ah raoa flva and a half furlongs.
Linda Lee (10 to 1) won, Santa Catallna
A nalmnnt thlrrl Time! 1:074.
r-mAtJO. Sent. 16. Results at Haw
First' race, six furlongs: Monls (10to 1)
won, Begone second, Jebane third. . Time.
Second race, seven furlongs, (substituted
for steeplechase): nioony t to wu"',v'
i,.. ,,.,i Tniaviiin third. Time: 1:27.
Third race, six furlongs: Rams Horn (9
to 2) won, Mad Mullah second, Don Domo
third. Time: i:n. . .
vnurth ran. mile and a quarter: Ben
Chance (8 to 6) won, Major Mansir second,
Rabunta third. Time: 2:09.
Fifth race, five furlongs: Envoy (7 to 6)
won. Lieutenant Rice secona, imw
rpi.. 1 lc
Sixth race, five furlongs: Asellna (2 to 1)
won, Denis second, Silverskln third, lime.
. v IValnamnlnen (5 tO 1)
oevcillll late. .111,0 . J . ,
won, The Lady second, Emperor of India
third. Time: 1:41. ' , ir,
ST. LOUIS, Sept. 16. Results at Delmar.
First race, five furlongs, selling: Billy
Handsel (10 to 1) won, Ethel s Pride second,
Tim Hurst third. Time: i:3.
Second race, six furlongs, purse: Tryon
(2 to 1) won, Fannette second, Tom Rows
third. Time: 1:16.
nrt,tr farn inu.n furlongs, selling: Aggie
Lewis (2 to 1) won. Whiskers second. Kings
Charm third, lime: ,..,
n-,.rv, rar-a flva and a half furlongs,
purse: Arlena (6 to 1) won, Red Leaf sec
ond, Layson third. Time:. . i:w.
irit. ran at flirlonKS. DUTSe I COKIIIlO
dore (6 to 6) won, Ice Water second, Lasso
third, rime: 1:1114. a . . ...
m.m nnA tnliA and three-sixteenths.
selling: Driimmond (30 to 1) won, Edgardo
second, John McGurk third. Time: 2:03.
nv.TRn!T. Sent 16. The Highland Park
meeting closed toaay. nmuiis.
. First race, seven turnings. v v
won, St. Wood secona, waier xuwe. i..i..
'S'.: rJJt rrl.na: Canitano (2
to 1) won. Darthula second, Mcllvam tmro
mi . 1 .Ally.
Third race, mile and seventy yards:
Rough Rider (7 to 6) won, Aden second,
u.....,i.n thlirl Time: 1:46.
Ji" 1 hir iirlnna-s:
Zigzag (5 to 2) 'won. By Play second. Merino
third, nme: i.wr. , 4 ,.
Fifth race, mile: uioneia w iu
nir,rtnn second. Chanterelle third. Time.
c.3.'h Rhnwman (7 to 2) won, Silver
Heels second, Easy Trade tnira. jiim
.. .... . ....Kl.DU-
Balsao won, Bank Holiday second. Percy
R. third. Time: i.w.
HARNESS RACING AT READVILLE
Major Delmar Unable to uremic u
.! Trotttnar Kecora.
nnimrtT TI- Id,.. Hant 1ft. Maior De!-
mar failed by three-quarters of a se cond
to breaR the unpacea iroiuiig 1 k rj..
HL liJU IVCAU T l"V , t v a- w - . . jm
son ol a somewhat heavy track and a stirr
hreese that sprung up sunaeniy ii5.
ho-se had started. When the son or iJeim ar
reached the three-quarters pole tn'i.'t
looked ns U the record wuum B. " .
breeze track proved too much of a
drag. The times were: u:. :w, i.v,
1-. was a oact aay tor ii
in il. thru nrlnolnal events. 7 he
l l l n nruu in ..it, . r- . - . . , .. i ..
wcrst reversals were the defeat of Anglola
by Jay McGregor, In the 2:(6 trot, and the
poor showing of Knox's Gelatine King (An
aconda) In the 2:10 trotting, which John
Taylor won. t ,. . .
fa at nnrf. hut Nathan Straus outpaced him
in tne latter pari oi uul". " "1
tv, -olHojll in the 2:16 trot, was the
only horse to come up to expectations.
In the uncompleted race from yesterday
Invader was nrst at tne wire uy a. ""'
girth, but the heat and race was awarded
to AJtro as invauci
2:12 class, trotting, purse 31,000 (com
pleted), two In three:
Altro L. blk g., by, Alcantarus (Dick-
erson) . f i
Patchen Maid, blk. m. (Starr) "... ;
Tn.,nA h a- ITlpmnrPHt) Z
Ijidy Gail Hamilton,' blk. m. (Hud'n) 8
El Milagre. b. g. (Lasell) 6
The General, ch. g. (Nickols)
Tlma 14l. ZIIU.
2:08 class, trotting, pur.e 31,000, two In
Jay McGregor, b. h., by Jay Hawker
Mazetto. blk. K. (Dickerson)
Anglola, b. m (Ames)
Mckinley, b. g. (Jolly).............
Marlon WllKes, o. m. taictoniuu
Aristo, b. g. (De Ryder)
2:04neclass, 'pacing, purse $1,000, two In
three: . ,
Nathan Strauss, D. g.. oy uireciur
allagher, b. g. (McDonald) 2 2
lbert. ro. g. (McDonald)
Erkine Reed. b. g. (Carpenter) 4 4
2:16 class, trotting, purse $1,000, three in
John Caldwell, b. g., by Strathway
(Thompson) l i
Kyrilllc, ch. h. (Young) S
Free Silver, b. h. (Demarest)...... 2
Jlmmv Michael, b. g. (Nuckols) . . 7
Falrvlew Chlmea, b. g. (Humphrey-
vllle) 4 s t ro
n.H rtirri h B-. IRnthbunl M HO
mmmnmno. br. h 5 5 6 ro
Cassle C. blk. m. (Kinney) 6 7 1 ro
Doctor Short, blk. g. (Titer) dls.
Time: z:li. z:i4, s;h .
2:10 class, trotting, purse $1,000, two in
John Taylor, g. gf, by Dispute (Wll-
Knox's Gelatine King (Anadonda), b.
Norrle, b. g. (Shank) 8 4
Promise, blk. g. (Dickerson) '2
Jim Ferry, g. g. (Frank)........ 2 6
Grade Kellur, b. m. (Nuckols) 7 3
Monroe, b. g. (De Ryder) 4 7
Robert Mac, b. g. (Jolly) dls.
Time: 8;w, f.w-A. i.iuvt-
rOl'B, RACES AT THE MATINEE
Good Program Promised at Rprague
nviir interesting races will be held at the
KrtmjrtlA Street Driving park this af
ternoon. All the old ravorues, irorn
Michael Angelo down, will be seen, and
some new horses nave Dean eniereu to cat u
race. An Innovation has been made In add-
ig a class for saddle norees. i ne urn
ill start the first race promptly at 2:30 p.
i. All admissions are to De iree.
Tha full nroirrum and entries follow:
First sice, class B, pacing: Promise Me,
. sr.. C. Moore;. Michael Angelo. br. g., M.
Wetherby; Eddie D., br. g., S. E. Dletrick;
Lady Bell, blk. in., A. M. Henderson.
Second race, cia."s a, nuxru; ivujr a-.,
t u imnn- Nannie I.ee. a-r. m.. Ed.
vVlckham: General Nuttlngham, b. g.. R. H.
Tk.irii run tlnaa C tiftclnar: Mary Mon
day, a. m . J. Blshou: Robert, b. g., O. B.
Mllliaan: Dandy Sim, . g., O. H. P. Mlke-
Fourth race, class u, saaaie norses; ur,
br. g., BenJ. Rosenthal; Dock. br. g., BenJ.
Rosenthal) Miss May, o. m.. Russell Iniun;
1.l..nL. U..., t..U v TSl Inn.
Western Team IH-fents Transmlaslppi
ST IOI'IS. Mo.. Sent. 1. The Western
Golf association team defeated the Trans-
mllalM'l team In the apeclal team matcn
at the Glen Echo links today, scoring a
total of 20H points against the 16 made
by their opponents. The scoring was done
by the Nassau system. The teams were
nomnoaed of the following flayers:
Western uoll aaeocaauou cuanumr cgao,
W. E. Fgan. K. Edwards. Ned Cummins;
and C. K. Smoot, Eimtmr: Macon Philips
and R. R Hunter, Midlothian: D H. Saw
yer and Simpson Foulls, Wheaton; Louis
Allls and L. T. Bovd. Milwaukee; R. H.
MrElwee. K L. Anira and J. W. (tellers,
Olenvlew. snd N. F. Moore, Iike Geneva.
Transmlsslselnnl team H. I". Head, t.
T...l. -T- i a. . t T U
an vi i, a. (-1 r b n 1 i, 1 ' . i . i . 1 1. 1 , , w.
Rahm, Dr. Sumney, R. R. Kimball, Omaha;
Fi. F. Hutnaud, R. H. Klnkhlne, warren
I kl.b Ina.tn I Vi. Untn. IT ft tT- .ll.lin
Cedar Rn'nbls: Walter Fairbanks. Denver;
J. R. MHxwell. Keokuk: P. D. Cady. Rock
Island, and C. F. Jeffrey, Minneapolis..
First Foot Ball at Onktnntl.
Attt A V T- XTAK Sn It IBn.Al.1 m.-
ifnntini.i', urn., .,.., .
gram. ) The Oakland foot ball team opened
the season here by defeating West Point 43
to o. The gumn was two halves or twenty
and fifteen minutes esch. Oakland scored
ah In the first half and 16 In the second. The
Oakland eleven showed up In good form
and played a snappy gome, especially for
so early In the season.
FIND BODY OF YOUNG WOMAN
later of BTaral Constructor Roberta
Robbed and Killed In
ANNISTON, Ala.. Sept. lft.-Miss Bessie
Roberts, a sister of Naval Constructor X.
Oalnes Roberts of New Orleans, was found
b --r-n 4
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U0S Paraans St.. Set. 1 3th anJ 14th 5trets, Omaha, Ns.
bnitsed and unconscious under a vrsaj
house In the outskirts of the city and diet)
today. The young woman left the home of
her brother on Monday and was last
at the street ear trannfer station. When
she failed to return ht r brother supposed
he was at the home of her aunt In a su
burban town, whore eho had Intended
It Is believed that Miss Roberts was as
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Arrest Alabama Lyncher.
HUNTSVILLE, Ala., Sept. IS. The gee
ond srrest In connection with the lynching
of the negro Horace Maples was made to
day. Thomas N. Rlgglns, proprietor of the
St. Kagle hotel, was placed In Jail, charged
by Indictment with murder. The night
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American Sailor Is Drowned,
WOOltSHOLB, Mims.. Sept. 16.-8n.imnn
Cecil ("lay Young of the battleship Mis
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as the war vessel van putting to sen to
avoid the gale. Young was assisting at
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