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THE 0MAI1A DAILY DEE: SATURDAY, JUNE 24. 1103.
ERRORS COST OMAHA A CAME
Ema Miscuei Tell the Etory of How St
Joteph Won Out.
HONORS EVEN ON BATTING QUESTION
It Wa a ffhntant far HoorLr'i Men
I ntll the Mnth, Whtn n nttln
Rally Scores Two Knrnd
ST. JOSEPH. Juno 23.-Ragged fielding on
the part of Omaha lout today' game to Bt.
Joseph by a scorn of 3 to 2. Hits wore
evenly divided and ull Jhree of the local
runs were the result of errors on the part
of the visitors, Hcnllne was the first of
fender dropping a fly In rlKht. Dolan In
the third dropped Thiol's throw, lotting
Ketchcin in safp. Fleming sacrificed and
llenllnc dropped another high one oft Le
zotte nnd Martin foosled Douglas' drive,
letting Ketchem In.
Qulllln hit and stole In the sixth, Noye
landed on Thiol's low throw to Dolan, while
Qulllln stole and came In on Zlnran' lilt.
Dolan disputed Burns' decision in the
sixth and waa benched. Oondlng covered
the sack. In the ninth, when a shut-out
seemed probable, Oondlng hit for two bases
to left and scored on Welch's double to
right. Bchlpke singled and brought Welch
how. Henllne fanned and retired the side.
. AH. R
Ketrnnm, rr 4
Ietotte. rf 4
three-day suspension of Randall and Per
rlne fur asxaultlng fmplre Schuster on
Wednesday, there being Ht one time throe
pitcher and two catchers In the game. At
tendance. 1,3(0. Bcore:
S101X riTV. PENVER.
Kit O A E.
111)0 M' Hal
0 llartz'll, t.
0 Ullvrajr. rf..
0 ll'l lrn. If...
0 Knlr. 2b. ..
1 H'lall'r, a.
0 F.ifrltt, lb..
H H O A B.
Zlnrn n. r. .
Kyler, p t
H. O. A. E.
0 10 0
18 0 0
12 0 0
0 6 0 0
10 2 0
18 2 0
. 1 n
0 0 I j
7 27 8 1
II. O. A. E.
10 4 1
13 0 0
16 0 0
1 HO 1
0 4 2 1
0 3 3 2
7 24 13 7
0 2 0 0 3
0 0 0 0 22
I I 17 11 I
Totals ...1 I 24 11 I
Floux City 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 6
Denver 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 01
Earned runs: Bloux City, 4. Two-base
tits: Nobllt, Hoelskoetter. Home run: Nob-
llt L'l..l l.r.... fll,, CIlV i
Ii.nver, 2. I-eft on bases: Bloux City' 4;1
Denver, 5. fltolen bases: Pulslf'T, Collins
(2), O'Hara (3). Sucrlttce hit: Cadwallsder.
Base on balls: Off Hickman, 3. Struck
out: ISy Cadwollader, 4: by Hickman, 4.
Passed ball: Lucia. Time: 1:25. Umpire:
Standing of the Teams.
Des Moines 47
bloux City 49
Bt. Joseph .. 47
Colorado Springs ... 60
Games today: St. Joseph at Omaha. Den
ver at Des Moines, Colorado Springs at
Won. Lost, ret.
80 17 .1k
3D 1!) Ml
31 21 ,6fi
S3 24 .4X9
16 31 .:itl
lti 34 .3.0
GAMES IN TUB AMKRICAN LEAGUES
New York Shot Ont Detroit by Timely
tse of the Stick.
NEW YORK, June 23.-In the first and
eighth Innings of today's game between
the local and Detroit teams the home
rlayers touched up Mullen to good effect,
while Chesbru held the visitors safely all
the way, shutting out Detroit. Attendance,
NEW YORK. DETROIT.
Pomh tr. If 1 t 0 0 OO'Ltarr, aa.. 0 1 0 0 0
Kcrli-r, rf ... 1 I 1 0 0 ( oolry, cf...O S i 0 0
l onror. 9b... 1 1 0 4 0 HUkman, lb. 0 0 t 1 0
Wllllama, !b. I I 1 M Crawford rf, 0 0 6 0 0
( haao. 11).... 0 1 14 0 0 Cimshlln, 9b 0 0 I 3 0
YfHKrr, an... 0 19 5 0 Srhui Bit, 2b. 0 0 9 2 1
Fultia, cf... I 1 0 0 0 Lowe, If 0 110 0
Klainow, o. .1 9 1 0 Drill, e 0 0 4 9 0
llieabru, p..O 1 1 0 0 Mullen, p... 0 0 110
St. Joseph 0 0 1 0
Omaha 0 0 0 0
Earned runs: Omaha. 2. Two-base hits:
Oondlng. Welch. Stolen buses: Douglas,
Qulllln. Noyes. Thirl. Dolnn. Double play:
Qulllln to Noyes to Douglas. Rases on
balls Off Kyler. 1. Btruck out: T!v Eyler, 9.
Sacrifice hits: Fleming, Noves, Zlnran. Left
on bases: St. Joseph, 6; Omaha, 6. Time:
1:33. Umpire: Hums.
snntfest at Des Mnlnes.
DE8 ' MOINES, June 23. Des Moines
scored seven runs in the ninth Inning by
hard hitting, the most wonderful batting
rally ever seen on the local grounds, and
won from Colorado Springs today by a
score of 12 to 11. Manager Shrlver went
Into the game and made several changes
In the positions of his men. The team was
wonderfully braced up and played good
ball. 8tlmmcll was pitted against Morrison
and both pitched good ball until the sixth,
when the visitors began pounding Morrison
hard and Manske succeeded htm. Manske
did no better and the Springs took ten
hits and eight scores from him in two in
nings, Bader hitting the ball over the cen
terfleld fence, with the bases filled, in the
seventh. Needing six runs to tie and seven
to win, Des Moines went to the bat In the
last half of the ninth and batted out a vic
DES MOINES COLORADO SPRINGS.
Totala ... 1 19 27 IS 0 Totala ... 0 t 24 10 1
New York 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 7
Detroit 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
First base on error: New York. 1. Left
On bases: New York, 8; Detroit, 4. First
base on balls: Off Chesbro, 2; off Mullen, 4.
line base hits: Chase. Chesbro. Sacrifice.
hits: Drill, Chase. Stolen bases: Doug li
ny. Chase. Double play: Williams to
eager to Chnse. Hit bv n tched ball: By
Mullen. 1. Wild Ditch: Mullen. Passed
ball. Drill. Time: 1:60. Umpire Connolly.
Iloston Loses on a Fmuble.
BOSTON. June 23.-Ferrls' fumblo in tbe
lnth cost Boston today's game, as two
runs were batted In after there was a
hunce to retire the side: Attendance. U.2S1.
JiMias. cf.... 0 0 9
olmea. If.. 19 1
Davla, aa..., 0 9 9
onubua, lb. 1 1 11
.ball. rf.... 0 0 9
ul II van. o,. 1 t 6
undon. 2b. . 0 0 2
Tanr.ahlll, 9b 0 1 1
n, p 0 0 0
Oanlev. cf... 1 S
Hnrr, rf-lf 9 9
Flak, aa 9 9
Roaaman lb. 9 4
CaByn, if.... 0 1
Wakefield, rf 0 1
Bhuisart, 2b.. 1 0
M'NIchola tb 9 4
Tnwne, c.... 2 j
Morrlaon, p.. 0 0
Manake, p... 0 0
Chappalla, p. 0 0
UlOeid .... 0 0
0 0 Pannall, rf.. 1 2 2
1 0 Molt. 2b 1 2 1
4 0 Illakft. lb.... 1 2 10
0 1 Drleh'ty, Sb. 0 I 0
1 0 Knaba. If...
9 Ol'ook, of....
2 0 Uader. aa...
1 0 miu.rt.all, p.
0 0 Totala ..
.11 11 I
0 0 gclhach. rf.. 1 1 1 0 0
0 0 Parent, aa... 0 1 1 2 0
4 1 Uurkett, If.. 0 1 0 0
0 0 Piahl, cf 0 14 0 0
0 0 Orln-.shaw. lb 0 0 t 1 0
1 0 Co Una, ah... 0 0 10 0
2 0 Ferrla. 2b... 0 0 9 1 1
1 0 Older, c... 0 0 1 1
( 0 I'rrcman ... 0 0 0 0 0
Dlneeu, p... 0 0 0 ( 0
It 27 19 1
Totala ... 1 4 27 10 I
Ratted for Orimshaw in ninth.
Chicago I 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 23
Boston 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 01
Sacrifice hits: Collins. Dundon. Grlmshaw.
Isbell. Two-base bits: Selbach. Parent.
ulllvan. Three-base hit: Rurkett. Double
play: Davis to Dundon to Donahue. First
base on balls: Oft Owen, 1. Hit by pitched
ball: By Dineen, 1. Struck out: By Dl
neen, 1: by Owen, 3. Time: 1:28. Umpire:
Philadelphia Shots Ont Cleveland.
PHILADELPHIA. June 23.-Phlladelnhla
shut out Cleveland today In a well played
game. Both pitchers did good work, but
wadilell kept the hits more scattered than
Rhoades. Attendance, 6,223. Bcore:
Hartaet, If.. 0 2 4 0 0 Jarkaon, U.. 0 8 2 0 0
10 0 Dnjr. cf 0
t 1 0 FlU'k, rf 0
1 0 0 Lajole 2b.
2 0 0 bradley, 3b.
4 2 0 Turner, aa.
10 0 Stovall, lb
8 10 Buclow, c.
Totala ...12 17 27 12 1
Two out when winning run was made.
Batted for Chappelle in the ninth.
Des Moines '.. 20100002 712
v.oioraao upnngs...u 1 0 0 2 2 6 0 011
Stolen bases: Flsk, McNIchoIs. Two-base
hits: Mott, Knabe (31, Cook, Stlmmell,
Rossmnn. Three-base hit: Pennell. Home
run: Bader. Double plavs: Vyakefleld to
Rossman, Flsk to Bhugarl to Rossman,
Shugart to Rossman. First base on balls:
Off Stlmmell, 7. Struck out: By Stlmmell,
6; by Morrison, 1; by Chappelle, 2. Wild
Pitch: Stlmmell. Time: 2:04. Umpire:
Even Break for floux.
BIOUX CITY. June 23Sloux City broke
even on the series with Denver by winning
today's game. Cadwallador only gave tho
Orlzillea six scattered hits, while the Pack
ers bunched their hits off Hickman.
The Packers opened up strong by bat
ting out three In the first, Nobllt's home
run over the centerfleld fence bringing In
two. In the third Nobllt hit the ball for
two sacks, went to third on fielder's choice
and scored on Wilson's out to first. In the
fourth O'Hara got a single, second on Cad
wallader's sacrifice, third on fielder's choice
and scored on throw to second.
Denver secured its lone run on an error
Ji' t. V,"Bon who fumbled Hickman's hit,
McHale and Hartzell following with singles,
Which sent Hickman over the plate.
The Denver team was crippled by the
Totala ... 9 ( 27 7 0 Totala ...0 (24 18 9
Philadelphia 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 3
Cleveland 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Left on bases: Philadelphia, 6; Cleveland,
Earned runs- Philadelphia. 2. Stolen
base: Hoffman. Two-base hits: Bchre'-k,
Murphy. Sacrifice hits: Bradley, WaOJeli
(3). Struck out: Bv Waddell. 7. It isea
on balls: Off Waddell. 1. Time: 1:25. Um
Washington Wins In Eltrhth.
WASHINGTON. June i2 Wnshlnirtnn
today solved Glade In the eighth Inning and
bv four Binaries, with rhn mtBiHtanou u,.
error, scored their total runs. Wolfe pitched
xceucni uau ana naa it not Deen tor an
rror would have shut out BL. Louts. At
tendance. 2,105. Score:
WASHINGTON. ST. LOl'IS.
H.H.O.A.E. R H O A R
MM, 8b 119 10 Stone. If 0 1 2 0 0
2 0 0 Hocken'd, 2b 0
10 0 Van Kant, lb 0
10 0 Koehler, cf.. 0
9 0 0 Krlaka, rf.... 0
1 1 1 Wallace, aa.1
9 0 Uleaaon, 2b., 0
10 0 Sugden, a... 0
19 0 Ulaue, p 0
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liitYdar U'g. Co., Lancaster, 0., U. S. A. 1
Hoffman, cf.. 0 0
Dade, lb.... 0 0
Croea, tb.... 0 0
Seyhold, rf.. 0 0
Murphr. 2b.. 0 1
Knlaht, aa... 0 1
Bohreck, o... 9 2
Waddell, p,. 1 0
0 Rhoadea, p.. 0
Jonea, cf.... 1
stahl, lb.... 1
Knoll, rf.... 1
Huelaman If 0
Mulltn. 2b... 0
aaaluy. aa.. 0
Ht-yden. o... 0
Wolfe, p 0
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GtMKS IV AMEHICA AMOtlATIOS
l H phlll rf 0 0
Wheeler, lb. 0 0
I arney. cf... 0 0
P. O'Hrl'n aa 1 0
Flournojr, If. 1 1
Keller. lb.. 0 I
Koonan, o., 0 1
8lae,le, p.... 0 0
I'anl Wins Close Contest
Milwaukee la Moth.
MILWAfKKK, June 23 -St. Paul de
feated Milwaukee today by a score of 2
to 1. For fltcht InnliiKs neither side scored.
Attendance, 1.6W. Score:
BT. PAIL. MILWAUKEE.
Oeler, rf-Sb.. 0 2 I i 1 Knblnaon, S. I ) I I I
1 0 O'Neill If... 0 1 1 t 0
0 0 M'Chet'r, rf 1 2
0 0 J. O'Brien lb 0 9 19 t
9 0 Bateman, rf. 0 9 9 0
0 0 Ml orrn k. 9b 0 0 I 0
0 0 Clark. 9b.... 0 0 9 1
1 0 B.vllle, c... 0 t t 1
4 0 Dougherty, p 0 1 0 4 0
Totala ..1 t 27 12
Totala ... 2 6 27 10 1
St. Paul' 00000000 22
Milwaukee 00000000 11
Earned run: St. Taul. Two-base lilts:
J. O Brien, Dougherty, Flournoy, Noonan.
Stolen huses: I'lark, Uoler, Flournoy, Kel
lry. First base on balls: Off Dougherty,
4; off Slaglo, 2. Struck out: By Dougherty,
ti; by Blaaln, 6. Sacrifice hits: McCormlck,
Clark. l.-ft on bases: Milwaukee, 7: Bt.
Paul, 6. Time: 1:S5. Umpire: Haskell.
Colnmbas Wins In KleTenth.
COLUMJ1CS, O., June 23. Uergcr had a
trifle the better of Kellum in todHy's game,
which went eleven innings. Congalton's
terrlllo hitting was the feature. Attend
ance, 2,847. Score:
R H O A E. K H O A .
Pavla rf.... 0 0 2 0 0 C'llrtgmen, as 0 0 I 0
2 2 0 0 raaaady, cf.. 0
1 2 9 0 Durrett, If... 0
4 9 0 0 Lee. rf 0
0 10 0 0 Gilbert, rf... t
1 t 0 0 Demont, 2b. . 0
114 0 Boyle, lb.... 1
0 7 9 0 Morlar'y, 2b. 0
10 4 1 Clark, o 0
Kellum, p... 0
I 10 13 11 1
Totala 1 031 I 1
Two out when winning run scored.
Columbus 0001000000 12
Toledo 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0-1
Stolen bases: Congalton, Durrett, Boyle.
Sacrifice hits: Klhm, Durrett. First base
on balls: Off Berger, 3; off Kellum, 2.
Three-base hit: Congalton. Double play:
Ryan to Wrlgley. Hit by pitched ball:
Durrett, Lee. Struck out: By Burger, 6;
bv Kelluin, 7. Wild pitch: Kellum. Time:
2:18. Umpires: Sullivan and Glfford.
Louisville Shuts Out Indianapolis.
INDIANAPOLIS, June 23. For the third
time in two days Indianapolis has been
shut out by visiting teams, Louisville win
ning this afternoon's contest by a Bcore of
7 to 0. Attendance, 1.4U0. Score:
Ph k'rlng, cf 0
Hulawltt, eat 0
Uougalton, If 2
Kilun, lb. ... 0
Wrlgley, 2b.. 0
Ilarbeau, 2b. 0
Hyan, o 0
Berger, p.... 0
Carr Sb 0
Hrlce, rf 0
M'Creery, cf. 0
Thoney, If.. 0
Oateen, fia. .. 0
Karrell, 2b... 0
Frlel, lb 0
Kuth. c 0
Curtla, p 0
1 Woodruff. If. 1
0 Sullivan, 3b. 1
0 Clay, cf 1
1 Keiwln, rf... I
1 Krashear, 2b. 1
0 Dexter, lb... 0
1 Shaw, e 0
0 Qutnlan, aa. . 0
0 Streker, p... 1
Totala ... 0 9 97 It 4 Totals ... 7 10 97 14 0
Louisville 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 07
First base on balls: Oft Curtis, 1; off
Btreker, 1. 8truck out: By Curtis, 4; by
Streker, 4. Sacrifice hits: Woodruff. Thoney.
Stolen base: Brashear. Left on bases:
Indianapolis, 4; Louisville, 6. Time: 1:36.
Standing- of the Teams.
Played. Won. Lost. Pet.
Columbus 61 3S 23 .G23
Milwaukee 60 36 24 .600
Minneapolis 6) 3ii 24 .))
Indianapolis 67 29 28 ,i)8
St. Paul 61 31 30 .i08
Iouisvllle 60 16 35 .417
Kansas City 60 24 ii .400
Toldedo 67 19 38 . 333
Totals ... 4 7 27 11 1 Totala ... 1 24 7 9
Washington 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 4
Bt. Louts 0 0 0 0 1 0,0 0 01
Earned run: Washington. Two-base hits:
Sugden. Oleason. Stolen bases: Stahl.
Huelsinan, Stone. Left on bases: Wuh-
ngton. 6: Bt. Louis. 3. First base on hulls:
Oft Olade, I. Firm base on errors: W'ush-
ngton. s: Bt. Louis. 1. t bv Ditched
ball! By Wolfe, 1. Struck out: By Wolfo.
by Ulade, 8. Wild pitch: Glade. Time:
:33. Umpires: Kelly and McCarthy.
standing of the) Teams.
Played. Won. Lost. Pet.
Cleveland 49 32 17 .653
Chtcugo 51 31 20 .608
'lilladHlphla W 32 21 .004
etroit 61 27 24 .!J
Boston 48 23 26 , 4t8
New York 49 20 29 . 409
Washington 64 21 83 .39
St. Louis 63 19 34 .353
Games today: Chicago at Detroit Ht
Louis at Cleveland, Philadelphia at Wash
ington, New York at Boston.
GAMES I!t THE NATIONAL LEAGUE
Plttsbarc Wins Short, Snappy Contest
PITTSBURG. June 23.-Both teams played
?ulck, snappy ball, but there were few
eatures. Pittsburg's outtleldlng did not
have a putout or ussist. Attendance. 1 230
Clarke, If... 1 1 0 0 Dobba, c(...w 1
ceauiuoni. ci a v u tlull. u
Leach, lb ... 1 19 9 OLutnley, rf.
S.r..r, aa., tilt Oceeler, lb..
Howard, rt.,0 10 0 OL'auh. 31,
Clancy, lb... 0 17 1 0 Malay, 2b..
Kltcney. 2b. 0 1 9 9 0 llabb. aa ...
rwiia, a a e v h nmer. e o a a a a
riatwrty, p.. I 9 4 0 Slrkklett, p. 0 0 0 9 0
0 I I 0 0
0 9 2 0
0 1 1 0 0
0 0 0 9 0
9 0 6 0
Games today: Toledo at Columbus, Louis
ville at Indianapolis, St. Paul at Milwaukee,
Minneapolis at Kansas City.
PUEBLO MAY GET THE FRANCHISE
St. Joseph Must Raise Cash or Lose
ST. JOSEPH, Mo., June 23 If St. Joseph
remains longer in the Western league a
stock company must be formed at once to
lake over the franchise and make good the
deficiencies in the cashbox that of late have
appeared with regularity at each game on
the home grounds. President Chamberlain
is endeavoring to organize a local company
to carry the learn through the season, but
so far has met with little encouragement.
President O'Nell of the Western league,
who is now here from Chicago, said tonight
that Pueblo might get the St. Joseph fran
chise. President Chamberlain has agreed to turn
over the franchise to a stock company as
soon ns the necessary steps can be taken.
Mr. Chamberlain, President Morris O'Neill
of the Western League and managers In
conference have taken stepB to strengthen
the club. Two new players have been
signed and negotiations are on foot for
A meeting of the Commercial club will
be called Saturday to consider the stock
Lincoln, Neb., is also endeavoring to
obtain the St. Joseph franchise.
Omaha and St. Joseph.
Omaha will return Saturday for a series
of three games with the St. Joseph team
at Vinton street park. All of the game
with this team have been of the hair
raising order and the contests have been
close and exciting. Monday will be ladles'
day and all of the women will be admitted
free. Sunday will be a gala day and a
double-header will be played, the first game
to start at z:jo p. m. i ne nneup:
Omaha. Position. St. Joseph.
Thomus-Dolan... .First Douglas
Martin Second Noyes
Bhipke Third Andrews
Dolun-Lawler Short .Qulllan
Thiel-Henllne I-eft Fleming
Welch Center Ketchem
Carter Right Lesotte
Freese-Gondlng...Culcli , Zlnran
Sanders Pitch Leibhardt
McClosky Pitch St. Vraln
Pfelster Pitch Jones
Quick Pitch Eyler
Southern League Games.
At Nttshvlllif Nashville - Birmingham
game postponed; rain.
At Atlanta Montgomery, 6; Atlanta, 8.
At Memphis First game, Memphis, 4;
Shruveport, 2. Second game, Memphis, II;
At Lllllt Rock-Little Rock. 2; Now Or
Totals ... t 27 17 t Totala ... 1 i 14 it n
Pittsburg 1 1001000 6
Brooklyn 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 l
Earned runs: Plttsbure. 4- rtrrvn, .. ,
Two-bus hits: Dobbs. Malay. Three-base
hit: Howard. Sacrtllce hit: Leach. Stolen
base: Clarke. Struck out: By Flaherty. 2
by Btrlcklett, 1. Time: 1:25. Umpire: Klem'
At St. LOUIS fit. I.nnla r'lilxn iwn ,.-
postponed; wut grounds.
Standing; of the Team.
Played. Won. Lost Pet
new York rti u io
i-iusourg 60 85 25
Chicago ol S4 j; 7
Philadelphia 65 31 24
Cincinnati 59 32 27
St. Louis :3 :'S 34
Boston 57 l!i :u
Brookln 69 17 4
Games today: Boston at New
Brooklyn at Philadelphia, Cincinnati at
iviuui a, i.iui.iew at at. ixnlis.
Grand Island Wins Hanged Game.
GRAND ISLAND. Neb.. Juno 23. (Spe
cial Telegram.) Urand Island won a rug
gedly played game today, both sides nuk
ing numerous errors. Moore:
uruning 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 212
Grand Island 20631200 0 11
Batteries: Hall and Stone; Glade, Welsh
euu vv nil...
Burlington Pitcher Goes to rolnmbus,
BURLINGTON. U.. June l3.-(Speclal )
Rusty Uweus, lute manager of I lie bur
llngton team, left for Columbus, U., where
lie has been signed as a pitcher of the
Columbus tHam of tha Amrli'n i
tlon. He had good offers from Cedar Rap
ids and Dubuu.ua in til Tbree-I leaguu
but prrrrd tu gut into something a lulls
PRISCILLA WINS THE SECOND
Another Heat of Manawa Regatta Goes to
WIND ENOUGH FOR THE TOGO THIS TIME
ItlKf Inaj of the Challenger Succumb
to Strain, but Crippled Yacht
Keep Gamely In Race
to the End.
Tho Priscilla again defeated the Togo
yesterday afternoon In the second race for
the Manawa challenge cup.
There was no race In the morning, owing
to the lack of wind, as the Judges called
It off after the Priscilla had rounded the
sixth buoy, when more than three minutes
ahead. This lead means nothing, Inasmuch
as the affair was an absolute fluke, the
Togo all the while playing in rough luck
and the Priscilla getting all the stray puffs
that never touched its rival's sails. When
the boats were docked the lake was almost
a dead calm and the crews went to dinner
with hopeless prospects for another race
In the middlo of a game of ball started
after mess, which was far more strenuous
than the race, Mr. Van Brunt threw down
his bat and, with moistened finger jkjIhcJ
aloft, called attention to the wind which
had arisen unnoticed by the other players.
Immediately they alt started for the club
house and th Judges announced tha race
for 4 o'clock.
One Point for Challenger.
The wind was fresh and blowing rather
steadily from the southeast. A new course
had been marked out which gave more
windward work and also increased the dis
tance twice around to nine and one-fifth
miles. On the starting gun at 4:05 Clarke
came down before the wind with a rush,
and Jibbed around the buoy across the line
Just with tho Togo, coming from the other
direction. Captain Uobblns got tho wind
ward place, but the Priscilla was slightly
leading. To the first buoy was a beat, and
this being the Togo's fastest point of sail
ing, it was bitterly contested by the Pris
cilla. In the maneuvering which followed
the Interest grew intense, as Captain Rob
bins, whose boat was faster in stay than
tho Priscilla, went about numerous times
in quick succession in his endeavor to got
from under the Priscllla's lee. His well
calculated and clever plan bore frul.t, as
he got away for the buoy and rounded at
4:10:50, with the Priscilla following twenty
The boats had no sooner passed the flag
than the Togo's spinnaker shot aloft as a
ballooner. Unfortunately a particularly
hard catspaw struck it and as VanBrunt
endeavored to hold it down the boom
snapped and broke into three pieces. Al
though thus handicapped, by replacing it
Captain Robblns fought hard, and only
after starting on the reah to the third
buoy did the Priscilla succeed In passing
the Togo. When they turned this mark the
Togo was twenty-four seconds aBtern, but
lost only three seconds to the next buoy.
Prlacllln Lend and Win.
On the run from the fifth mark to the
flags both boats carried their spinnaker
and rounded, with the Priscilla leading by
fifty-two seconds. Th second time around,
with the wind a little stronger, the Pris
cilla gained only-fourteen seconds, and part
of this was probably due to the fact that
the Togo broke Its port sldestay near the
fifth buoy and could not bear the full
weight of the stronger puffs. The boats
finished with a rising breeze, Togo follow
ing the Priscilla one minute and eight seo
onds. The elapsed time for the race was one
hour, one minute and ten seconds.
In this race, affording more beating, the
Togo appeared to better advantage and
it was either boats race until tho last.
The following Is the race with the official
time at the buoys:
First buoy 4:10:50
Second buoy 4:12:44
Third buoy 4:21:47
Fourth buoy 4:27:40
Fifth buoy 4:33:33
First buoy 4:43:06
Second buoy 4:48:46
Third buoy 4:62:45
Fourth buoy 4:68:13
Fifth buoy 6:03:45
Elapsed time : 1:01:10.
Mun Accused of "Cribbing-" Cannot
Take Part In Race.
NEW HAVEN, Conn., June 23.-Cor-nelius
E. Daly, the Vale 'varsity oarsman
who was jcharged with "cribbing" In an
examination on psychology, was taken out
of tho boat today and Ortinayer, of the
'varsity four, given his place.
The announcement of Daly's removal wa
made by Julian V. Curtlss, graduate coach.
wno suia ine action was taken in accord
ance with a decision of the faculty. Con
tinuing, Mr. CurtiHs said:
'.Tho examination under discussion was
held last Saturday ut Gale's Ferry. At
that time I investigated the matter fully,
and to put it mildly, there was an honest
doubt in my mind in regard to same. The
course under Prof. Ladd, the psychology
teacher, is a peculiar one and the students
are glvuu latitude unheard of in other
courses. The questlon-ttiey are to be
asked on examination are given to them
nearly a mouth beforehand and other spe
cial privileges are conceded, including lib
erty to bring in papers. 1 am convinced
nat Daly tliouglit tie was acting well wliuln
his rights. Had I believed otherwise I
most certainly would have taken him out
of the boat Instantly, as I would far rather
lose tne race than nave any man in the
boat who bad done any cribbing in the
examination room. 1 tell mat tnis sort of
cheating Is one of the worst evils In col
lege life today. I regret more tha I can
express that this should have happened.
Mr. Daly lias worked his way through col
lege and my admiration for this kind of a
man Is always unbounded."
1 lie faculty neia a meeting tnis arternoon
and Duly was called before it. The first
phase of the discussion wa the publicity
given the case and then th charge was
luken up. '1 lie faculty did not like tti
words "cribbing" or "cheating." so it wa
changed to "Improper conduct for a member
J a. loo uiiiisiaiii
Daly was askea to give his side of tn
case, which he did. Several of the member
defended lilm, but when the vote was taken
the question of dropping him from th
university roil was passed.
Later, from Dean Wright' office, a state
rmnt was given out that Daly had been
dropped from the college roll of member
and this action compelled his removal from
the boat. Duly afterward said hs had
nothing to say more than it wu all a ml
Mke and that he wa sorry for the affair.
He ex (ect to go to hi home in Worcester
Eastern Iowa Tenala Cttextplons,
IOWA CITY, June 23 (Special.) Haye
or Toledo ana Moore of Mount Vernon cap
tured the Eastern Iowa Tennis association
championships during the two days tour
nunieiit which just closed In Lone Tree. 1
village In Johnson county. The champion
ship of eastern Iowa wa wrested from
Munnett, the Iowa stats champion, and
Cogaweli, the Cedar Rapids player, who is
one of the University of Iowa star, after
a uau u oaiue.
AMERICANS WI. AT KIEL RACES
All Successful Craft Owned, Sailed or
Built by Yankees.
KIEL, Germany, June 23. American
yachts, either American owned or Amer
ican built, made a tino showing today.
There were four of them and each won the
race of its class.
R. W. Goelet' Swan made a bad start
and was last over the line, but it went
straight through the fleet, gave a beautiful
example of seamanship and got right up
to windward and returning away from the
other fleet, finished four minutes and forty
five necondH ahead of Thyra, which was
second. The Capri came in third. Time:
4:16:46. Course, '22 miles. A good strong
breeze was blowing and most of the boats
put in at least one reef.
Prince Henry of Prussia, with Allison V.
Armour on board, was to have sailed tho
Orion over a thirty-three mile course, with
no competitor In Its class. The A Una, al
though not regularly entered, was invited
to sail against the Orion and the represent
ative of tho Ailsa's owner did so. Tho
Allsa crossed the line too soon, had to
come back and did something, frequent
enough in America, but which gave the
Judges a scare. It made a turn around
the starter' boat, almost touching its
spars and came up to windward. In the
meantime the Orion was getting away fust.
The Allsa at the first turn was two min
utes behind, ut the second turn was about
even and at the third turn was fifty sec
onds ahead. It finished one minute and
ten seconds ahead of the Orion.
The emperors Meteor III was a minute
behind the Hamburg at the start and was
thirty-four seconds behind at the nrst
take boat. It passed the Hamburg near
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the second turn, was one minute and
forty-live seconds a heed at the third turn
and Mulshed something over three min
utes ahead, or rue minute and three sec
onds, corrected time. Emperor William was
at the wheel of the Meteor III most of the
time and was in very good humor, and
had Anibansudor Tower, Wilson Marshall,
owner of the Atlantic, and Ueorge Lauder,
owner of the ISndynilon, who were among
his guests on board the yacht, hauling on
ropes and assisting In trimming ship. The
Meteor III is sharpened at both ends and
its keel has been depended since last sea
son, with the object of Increasing its
speed. Some of the English crew who
have sailed In it before and since said they
did not believe the alterations had helped
it and that is understood to be Skipper
Parker's opinion. Hut others regarded the
Meteor Ill's performance today as rather
better than Its previous work.
The Amerlcan-bullt Navaho boat beat
the Comet ovei the same thirty-three mile
course by thirty-one minutes.
The schooner yachts Suzanne and Clara,
owned respectively by O. Huldschlnsky and
Max aiulfeaume, had a luffing match all
the way. They were practically even all
the time, the gtiranne winning by scarcely
more than ten feet.
Emperor William, at the conclusion of the
dinner whlrh lie arnvp on hoard the lmperlril
yacht Hohenzollern last night to the achts-
men who hail taken part in ine transat
lantic race, arose and said that as there
were mpre Americans present than persons
of any other nationality, he would, with
the consent of Lord Brassey, who was one
of the guests, propose the health of the
president of the United States.
Privately tho emperor said he was de
lighted with the success of the race, which
had attracted more entries .nd had turned
out to be more interesting than ho expected.
He also added that he felt indebted to Al
lison Armour and C. F. Robinson, the
American members of the commission, and
the Americans had occasion to say that
Commander H. G. Hebblnghaus had han
dled the questions connected with the raoe
with much tact and Judgment.
The emperor presented to each of the
non-winning owners of yachts which com
peted In the transatlantic race, and who
were present at the dinner, his photograph,
bearing his autograph, simply framed, as a
souvenir of the contest. Slrrilar photograiha
of the emperor will be sent to the owners
of competing yachts who were not present
on board the Hohenzollern Inst night.
The cup won by the Atlantic Is of mas
sive silver, one meter high, and was de
signed by the emperor himself.
Among those present were: Allison V. Ar
mour, owner of the I'towana; George Lau
der, Jr., owner of the Endymton; Lord Hrns
sey, owner of the Sunbeam; Ambassador
Tower and Admiral von Tlrplts, secretary
of the admiralty.
AMERICAN TEXXIS PLAYERS WIN
Will riay Pinal Among: Themselves
lONDON, June 23. The American tennis
players swept everything before them at
the Queen's club today, defeating the Eng
lishmen In the singles and the Australians
In the doubles in the semi-final rounds.
Wright scratched to Ward for the finals
in the singles, thus creating Ward cham
pion of the city of London. In the doubles
Lamed and Clothier secured three sets to
their opponents' one, while Wright and
Ward won three straight sets, one of which
went twice to deuce sets, the Australian
pair, Brooks and Dim lop, making a desper
ate fight for at least one set. This leaves
nothing but Americans In the first big
tournament In which international teams
are represented on this side of the water.
Ward is playing an especially fine game,
his varying crew service being particularly
puzzling while the careful playing of
volleys by both Wright and Ward elicited
continuous applause from the galleries,
notwithstanding the fact that the flower
of England's tennis playing talent was go
ing down in defeat.
The perfect weather favored the Ameri
cans because It approached nearer to that
which they are accustomed. It also brought
out a brilliant attendance at Queen's club.
Ward and Wright will be partners In tho
all-England tournament at Wimbledon next
week, In which Larned and Clothier are
also entered. Wright and Ward will com
pete in the singles.
In the semifinal of the tennis contest for
the championship at the Queen's club toduy
C. Wright of Boston beat Brookes of Aus
tralia In a fine contest. Score, 3-0, 6-4.
In the seml-flnals for tha London cham
pionship Holcombe Ward, the American
champion, beat A. W. Gore, 61, 6-8, 6-4,
Beals C. Wright scratched for the finals,
thjs giving the championship of the city
of Loudon to Holcombe Ward.
Gun nnd Rod Tint House.
By order of President Jeff W. Bedford,
Secretary E. M. Mathews has called a
special meeting of the directors of the
Omaha Kod & Gun Club Building associa
tion, to be hold at the Merchants hotel,
Monday evening, Juno 26, ut 8 o'clock. At
this meeting it Is expected finally to adopt
the plans for the club house to be erected
at Courlland Beach and to call for bids for
the erection of the house so that construc
tion can begin at an early dale. As soon
as the club house is begun It Is proposed
to raise the Initiation from II to to and
limit the membership to 6u0. At the rate
at which applications are being received It
Is thought that the membership will have
almost reached the ExJ mark by July 1.
Conflens Wins the 21T Trot from
DENVER, June 23. Overland results:
First ruce, 2:40 pace, purse, $50u: Grand
ma Jefferson won, Harold V second, Capeo
third. Best time: 2:131.
Second race, 2:17 trot, purse VW: Con
Ilensa won, Marones second, Congressman
Sibley third. Time: 2:12.
Third race, six furlongs: Toledo won,
Arbyvian second, David Boland third.
Fourth race, four and a half furlongs:
Flying Fox won, Ishlana second, Joe I),
third: Time: 0:64,
Fifth race, seven furlongs: Salable won,
Fred Hornbeck second, Leila Hill third.
Time: 1: 294.
Sixth race, five and a half furlongs: Tl
buron won. Heather Honey second, Jack
Adams third. Time: 1:07H.
WITH THE HOWLERS.
Last night saw the finish of the second
round in the handicap tournament. Many
changes have taken place In both individual
and team standings. Brower McCague,
with an even l.Ooo pins in his last series,
goes Into first pluce for the big trophy,
leading Frush by sixteen pins, but three
other men are within twelve pins of Frush.
The handicapping has been so close that
no man or team can be sure of any place
until the last ball is rolled two weeks
from last night. Scores:
1st. 2d. 3d. 4th. 6th. T. H. T.
Grotte 10) 146 178 138 171 791 60 851
Butler ....167 149 212 llH 182 814 60 864
Totals.. 3L'7 295 3 240 363 15 1101715
McCague ..168 243 161 190 1H3 965 45 10UO
McKelvey 124 167 167 236 168 842 80- 887
Totals.. 2"J2 310 818 426 3511797 901887
O'Hern ...153 ItiO 1x5 133 154 786 75 8H0
Encell ...161 193 177 190 163 883 10893
Totals.. 314 352 362 323 817-1668 851758
Mis llomant and Mis Iteely Win.
PHILADELPHIA, June 23.-Mlss Helen
Homans of the West Side Tennis club.
New York, and Miss Carrie B. Neely of
Cincinnati, won the woman' doubles lawn
tennis championship of the United States
this afternoon, on the courts of the Cricket
club at Wisahlckon Heights, defeating In
the final round of the national tourna
ment Miss Virginia Maule and Miss Mar
Jorie Oberteuffer of the Mercen Cricket
cluh. The victors exhibited excellent team
work and were superior at all points to
their opponents, who secured but one game
la two sets.
Chess Musters at Ostend.
OSTEND, June 23. Play in the eleventh
round In the international chess tourna
ment was begun todny. When the usual
adjournment was taken Schlecter had
beaten Tschlgorln, Wolf had gone down
before Marcozy and Alapln hod disposed
of Burn. Marcozy has temporarily taken
Spencer Win at Rutte.
nt'TTE. Neb., June 23 (Special. Rutte
and Spencer ball teams played on the Butte
diamond. The score stood 6 to 1 In favor of
Spencer. Much enthusiasm was manifested.
Quite a crowd came up from Spencer.
Sioux City'B pitchers are not winning so
many straight games as they were in tho
fore part of the season.
With sixteen elephants churning the
water of Manawa in their race Sunduy tho
fishermen will not have much of a cluinco
for a time.
When Pflester Is pitching one of those
good games of his the other side might as
well quit. And then he struck put twelve
of the St. Joe colts.
Sam Crawford of Detroit Is still the real
leader in the American league, with an
average of .329. Keeler has .321. There are
only eight butters In the -2u0 circle.
Prairie City Brown evidently has not re
covered his strength after his recent siege
with the Bmallpox, Judging from the way
that Boston touched him up in the first
game lie ha pitched s'.nce he was sick.
They may havo made sixteen lilts, but
Brown will make good yet. If St. Louis
thinks ho won't they can send him back to
Hans Wagner, last year' hitting leader
tn the National, Is again at the top In bat
ting, with an average of .3'. Seymour of
Cincinnati Is second with .351, and Chance
of Chicago third, with .337.
Billy Stlft of Chicago, who wns defeated
by George Gardner at Ogden Monday night,
has a broken right wrist, having sustained
the Injury In the fourth round when he
swung a gUnctng bloy nrross Gardner
head and neck Stift also bit off the end of
his tongue and Is In great pain.
Taylor of the New York Giants has the
best average of the National league twlrl
ers. He has won nine and lost one game.
Thlelmun of St. Louis Is second, with nine
wins and two losses. Plttlnger of Philadel
phia has won eleven and lost three gumes.
Charlie Chech has won four und lost flv
COULTER CHILDREN AT CANTON
Buch Opinion I Held at fllonx Falls,
Where Doctor Mow
SIOUX FALLS, S. D., June 23 -(Speclal)-A
great deal of local attention continue to
be directed to the matrimonial difficulties
of Dr. Frank A. Coulter of Omaha, who
some months ago arrived In Sioux Falls,
since which time he has been a member of
the local divorce colony.
At the time of the kidnaping by Dr.
Coulter of i he two children it was thought
the children would be brought direct to
Sioux Falls, but no trace of them can be
found here. From what can be learned
the kidnaped children are being kept at
Canton, a town twenty miles south of
Eloux Falls, their nearness to Sioux Fall
enabling Dr. Coulter to see them frequently
without the danger of having the mother
discover the whereabouts of the children
and securing their return to Omaha.
Tho fact that Mr. Coulter received a
letter from Roberta, the younger of the
two girls, arid that while the envelope wa
postmarked Sioux Falls, the letter Itself
was dated at some other place, the name
of which was unintelligibly written, I
believed to confirm the opinion that th
children are being secreted at Canton.
The divorce case of the doctor was et
for trial at the lust term of court, but for
some reason was continued to the next
term. It Is thought Dr. Coulter had th
case continued to such a time as would
enable him to cure such defects as might
exist in his legal citizenship In South Da
kota. He now maintains an office in thi
city and doubtless Intends thot his resi
dence shall be legal In every respect by th
time his divorce suit Is called for trial at a
future term of the circuit court.
Old Landmark Destroyed.
VERMILION, 8. D., June 23. (Special.)
Another historical landmark of South Da
kota has gone up In flames. Fire destroyed
a building which was the first to be erected
on the present site of the city of Ver
milion. The old frame structure wa built
on the hill in 1860 and In It considerable of
the ancient history of Dakota territory
was enacted. It was the first land offlo
In the two Dakota. Receiver James Allen,
who was appointed by his old friend and
schoolmate, President Lincoln, as receiver
for the land oftlce, held forth In this build
ing, and it was here that certificate of
filing were issued to the early settlers who
were coming into the country at that time.
Abbott Not on Wrecked Train.
BOSTON. June 23. Telegrams received
from W. II. Abbott, Boston manager of the
Wheeling Corrugating company, who had
been among those reported missing after
the wreck of the Twentieth Century Lim
ited at Mentor, O., show that he was not
a passenger on that train.
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