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TUP. OMATTA PAII.T BEE: MONDAY, JtTLY 21, 1S0.1.
DES MOISES WISS IS E1CI1TII
Undarwriteri Bunch Tteir Hits with
Errors of tha Championa,
QUAKERS WIN CLOSE CAME
OMAHA MEN AND THEIR HOODIES
-' -" ' w ,-r 'PI I
f bilsdelphit, Amorioana Shut Ont foam
from the Windy Citj.
CHICAGO 13 UNABLE TO HIT PLANK
need plenty of nourishment and more than
ordinary blood-forming elements. These they
obtain in their highest form in
Only Ran of tha Contest Mada by
Harry Davis la the Poarth
laalng Driven la by
BOTH PITCHERS DO FINE. WORK
r.arh Team Gets rtrm Hit, hat Those
f Omaha Art 8 Seattered that
Thr Da Rot Proaaea
DES MOINES. July El-Des Molne took
sweet revenge out of Omaha today and
rave them a basket of boom eggs to
carry horn. Tha horn management put
Lleneld In tha box and the Omaha turn
waa represented by Bandera and Frees
their battery And It wn a battle roynt
' up to tha eighth Inning, when Dei Moines
-r-won tha am. l to thla tlm they had
been able to secur bat thraa scatterln
elnlea off Bandera, but In the eighth
the firework! began. 6hugart waa tha
first man op and made a fine single and
went to third on an error of Schlpke, who
made a wild throw of Lleneld hit to
cut the latter off at first, and Llenold
reached second on the play. Oanley waa
hit by a pitched ball, then Hogrlever ant
a three-bagger down the foul line, scoring
Shugart. Llefleld and Oanley, and Ho-
' Merer came home on an error of Thomas,
who fulled to catch the hit of .Long, which
waa AeldeJ to him. Long then stole sec
' and. but the run gettlni, waa ended and
tha gama won. for Rossman and Wakefield
ware disposed of In short order. Omaha
scored five hits and one of them a double,
but the were not proline of results. Tha
home team put up an errorless game and
worked to win from flrst to last and Lie
field disposed of no less than seven men
himself by striking- them out. and, whlla
he rave two men bases on balls, he evi
dently knew what he was doing, for no
harm resulted from It. Attendance. 1,000.
H. O. A. E.
0 0 0
1 i i o
1 11 1 0
0 10 0
0 10 0
0 0 4 0
1 n 1 "o
H. O. A. E.
2 S 0 0
0 10 0
0 0 t 1
0 10 0
1 U 1 0
1 0 t 1
0 0 t 1
0 1 t 0
6 14 U 1
0 0 0 4 4
0 0 0 0 0-0
Oanley. ef ?' I,t'
Hoarlever, rf 4 1
Long, as 4
Rossman, lb 4 0
Wakefield, o 4 a
"yn. If 1 , o
Shusrart, 2b 1 1
McNIchola, lb 1
Llefleld, p , J J
Totals ....M 4
, . mm AB. ft.
Thlel. If 4 a
Carter, rf 4
Dolan, as , 4 0
Welch, ef 4 0
Thomaa, lb 4 0
Schlpke, lb 4 0
Martin, lb 1 0
Kreese, o 1 0
Banders, p J 0
Totals 30 0
Dee Moines 0 0 0 0
Omaha 0 0 0 0
Stolen base: j-r.w Tr-r,o mm. hit. Thii
Three-base hit- Hugriever. . Double plavs:
Bandera to Martin to Thomas, Hogriever
to llossman. First base on balls: Off Lle
5'ld, 1 Hit by pitched ball: Oanley.
Struck out: By Lleneld, 7: by Banders, 1
Wild pitch: Lleneld. Time: 1:26. Umpire:
Paehlo Wlas Two fro en Blonz.
PL'EULO, July 23. In two games of the
hair-raising order the Pueblo Indians de
feated Sioux City, making It three out of
lour of tha present series. In tha Ami
fame Miner held the visitor without glv
ng a hit for tha flrst six innings. In the
seventh they secured a scratch hit, but
were unable to score. The loeals started
the run-getting In the flrst. Blake drew a
walk, waa sacrificed to second by Cook
and scored on Kim bo's two-bagger. In tha
second Bonnver went to flrst on Carney's
error, stole second and scored on Miner's
double. The Indians cinched the gums In
the third, Blake sent a three-bagger over
left. Cook weut down, Knabe sent a Texas
4eaguer tnrrr shortstop, was advanced to
second by Delehanty'a hit to left. Elwert
struck out and Mott drew a walk, filling
tha bases, and Schrlver' single scored
Knabe and Delehanty.
Delehanty started things In the fifth
with a Single over second. Elwert went
out on a short fly to Newton and Mott
fanned. With two gone, Schrlver walked
and Bader lined out a double, scoring llo
hanty: Blake went out, Bheehan to Car
ney; Cook sent a drive to right and atopped
on miru. tie scored on tvnaoe s single,
Ietchanty went down on a pop-up to 8hee
ban. Elwert made first on a hot one, an
error and Knabe. crossed the rubber.
The score getting ended' In the seventh,
Schrlver scoring on Miner's fly.
Owing to the fact that Sioux City had to
take the train, the second gama only went
seven innings. However, this was time
enough for the locals to gather In fourteen
hits and eleven runs. The visitors did bet
ter stick work In this contest, getting
eleven hits and eight runs. Attendance,
rUEBLO. SIOUX CITT.
R.H.O.A.B. R H O. A IS.
r1k. ef..,.. I I 1 SColllne, rf...4 4 4
Crak. U 1 I Sheeban, lb. 4 I 1
Knabe. lb... I I 1 Wm4. Ik.... till
D.lebstr. Ifc I I ' 4 N.wtos. as. .SIS It
Elvert rf... II Noblll. el.... I
Matt, lb 4141 Pul.lfw, If.. tt
rhrrmr, .. I I T Car.., lb... T 1 t
nea.r, as.... Ill tst.ra.fi., s.
Miser. 1 t I Beerwela. a. I I 4
Ca.l'S.r. p I
Tstals I 14 11 I
ToUla 411 11
'Miner out for bunting third atrlke.
Pueblo 1 I I 0 1 1 1 0
Bloux City ......... 00000004 00
Three-bo ae hits: Blake, Cook. Bases on
balls: Off Miner. 4; oft Cadwallader, 1.
Struck out: By Miner, 4; by Cadwallader,
1. Left on bases: Pueblo, T: Sioux City. i.
Earned runsi Pueblo, a. Two-base hits:
Knabe, Miner, Hader, Schrlver. Wild
pitch: Miner Hit by pitched ball: Pul
sifer. Bheehan. iouble play: Mott to
Delehanty. Sacrifice hit: Cook. Tlma:
1:60. Umpire: Mace.
Score seco-d game:
PL-EBLO. SIOUX CITY.
H H O A . I H O.i l.
Disk, at.... t t Colli... rf... I 114 4
t I I 1 ShMSAS. I. 1 II 1
KuM lb... I I I 4 !, lb ... I 111
beieSastr, 111 I I I I N.wtoa, aa.. 11114
Elwert. rf... I Noblli. ef.... I III
Mott, lb I III r-al.tler, lb.. 141
Meoaitt. .... 114 1 OHre. el... Mill
n.oef. as.... 1 1 JBaerwal. a. 1 1
LTa4sy. ... 1 4ewila, p.... i a
Tol......'.U 14 11 U Tetals 11 II "4
Pueblo 1 0 1 0 11
Bloux Oty IlliOOl-l
Jhree-base hit; Collins. Bases on balls:
Undaey, t; off Newlln, L Left on
bases: 1'ueblo, 0: Bloux City. 7. Earned
runs: Pueblo, T; Sioux City, 1 Two-base
hits: Weed (2), Cook, Mott. Sheehan,
Badar. ' Knabe. Hit by pitched ball:
Dakhanty, Nobllt. MeaaitU Double play:
M"lt Ui Knabe. Tlma: 1:3s. Umpire:
Evea Break la Deaver.
PENVEH, Colo.. July M.-Denver and
St. Joe broke even on today's double
header, which wound up the present home
series. Denver man the first, an exciting
ten-Inning contest, by the score of to (,
and tbs Saints took the second gama 0 to
ft. Tha pitchers wars greatly hampered In
both contests by players umpiring In the
abaenoe of Umpire Burns. Bohannon of
Denver and O'Brien Of St. Joe officiated and
though their declaiona were clearly honest,
they were (requently at fault and kept
everyone on '.oe. St. Jo scored two In
the second Inning oi the first gams on
Hartsells error and Noyea1 homer. Two
more came In th third on hits by Ketchem,
Bchtls and Dexter, a ! nd Ax to
Mctiale. Engle then replaced Voilendorf
and held the Sainia sate. Denver soured
two In the sixtn on singles by Lucia and
Engle, followed by sacrlrtces by McHale
and McUllvray. Attendaaos, 4.U00. Score
PKNVCR. IT. JOSIIMt.
R h O A k a.M.O.A g.
MfH.I.. el.. 1114 I Katrkaia. et. 1 I 4 4
H.n..ll. k. I I ISVblL. lb.... 1 I 1 I 1
!!.;. rt I - FeaaalU M... J I I
Bia.n. if.... 1 a a t ....
r.rrm lb.. 1 I I I 1 Anlr.wa Ik. 4 1 4
Ho.Uk ar. si I I H lb..
..tt. lb., lilt K rl ... I J t
Lucia, a I I I liara. a.... 1 I
Vu,..4or(. s 4 1 14 glr. J 4
Totals. ...'.." il m 14 4 TeUU. I M1 11 4
No on out when winning run scored.
Stolen baaeai Hartsell, Perrtne Bchlts.
Pennell. Pss ball: .Zlnran Baaea on
balls: Off Vollendorf, 1: off Engle, 1; off
Lkbhardt, L Struck 4ut: By Engl. I;
by Eyler. 1. I-eft on bases: Denver. I;
6U Juo. s. First baa on errors: Denver,
baae hits: McHale, McOilvray. Double
.'. to sWalla. hauruio altat Moilala,
A. M. JEFFREY Gathering the Fruit.
Score second game:
k H O.A.B.
Engle, Bchllx, Andrews.
Umpires: Bohannon and
KMt-kem. ef. I 1 I
8hll, lb.... I I I
P.nn.ll, If... I
Qulllla. aa... I
Deiter, lb... I
N07.1. rt.... 4
U.bh.rdt, p. I
4 McHale, ef... I I
1 1 H.rtMll. lb. 1 1
4 McOIKrar. rll I I I I
0 b.ldan. If... 4 1 4
4 1 P.rrln., lb. . 0 I 4
Hoel.k ar, aa I I 1 1
r..-rut, tb... 1 4 I 4
1 o Lnrla e 1 1 I 1 0
1 0 Sch.ub. b. . . . 4 1 4 I 0
p.. v l l l u
TeUI I II 21 I I
' ToLl. I 11 17 1 4
Bt. Joe 00200031 2-8
Denver 01000201 04
Stolen bases: McOllvray (2). Three-base
hit: Hoelskoetter. Passed ball: Lucia.
Bases on balls: Off Schaub, S; off Hick
man, 2; off Llebhardt, 1. Struck out: By
Schaub, 7; by Hickman, 1; by Llebhardt. 2.
Left on bases: Denver, 9; St. Joe, 13. First
base on errors: Denver, 2. Two-base hits:
yulllln (2). Hit by pitched ball: Pennell
(2), Ketchem. Double plays: McOllvray
to Hoelskoetter, (Julllln to Dexter; QuIUin
to Schlls to Dexter. Tlmo: 2:10. .Umpires:
Bohannon and O Brlen.
Standing; of the Teams.
Played. Won. Lost Pet
Dee Moines .
Bloux City ...
St. Joseph ....
Game today: Omaha at Ies Moines.
OMAHA TEAM'S NEXT ENGAGEMENTS
Hard Ran ot Games Scheduled for the
1 Champions Jaat Ahead.
Omaha' will wind up Its long series with
De Moines this afternoon and will be at
home tomorrow for a four-game turn at
St. Joseph. The game this afternoon is
a most Important one for both Omaha and
Des Moines. If Omaha wins It. It will
give th champions six out of ten, and will
make the season's series to date stand
12 to 11 In favor of Omaha. If It goes to
Des Moines. It makes an even break on
the series of ten, but gives the leaders one
to the good on the season's work. There
Is one postponed game on the Omaha
f rounds to be played off. which will very
Ikely do settled August 27, when Im
Moines Is here for a Sunday game. The
tesms have already played more than
their schedule owing to the two tie games.
St. Joe's cnmlng poesn't promise Omaha
much rest, for the Mlmourlans have been,
strengthened since their last appearance
here, and under the direction of Charley
Dexter are playing great ball. Being
tied With Bloux City for third now, the
Champions will have to hustle a bit, for
they don't meet the Sioux again until
August 10, when they will be here for a
series of four games. Omaha will have
four games at pome thla week with 81.
Joseph, and thed go to Missouri for four,
returning here for five games with pueblo
and four with Denver before Sioux City
cornea Bloux City gets eight straight at
home with Denver and Pueblo, and then
Soes to Des Moines for Ave and buck to
loux City for four with th Underwriters
before coming to Omaha. With an even
break on thla combination Omaha ought
to have thld lac pretty well settled
and be in una tor second tie tore tue
Sioux get her.
NONPAREILS GO DOWN IN DEFEAT
Coroaas Get Tnle as Many Haas la a
Well Played Game.
The Coronas defeated th Nonpareils at
th Vinton street park Sunday afternoon In
a hotly contested and well played game.
Bogatta waa at ms neat, allowing but two
hlta and striking out twelve. Smith's hit
ting and base running was a decided fea
ture. E. Itoebea's work In center was
Shenomenal, as three running catches, all
t moult, were bagged. Uarvey's work at
third was fast. Score:
R H.O.A X. R.H.O.A.g.
players and Belgrade had an Indian battery
from Genoa. It was a poor exhibition of
ball, the game being full of errors. The
work of Umpire Dufoe was rank and when.
In the seventh Inning, It was learned that
he had money up on the game ne was re
tired. Belgrade won by a score of 10 to S.
Belgrade 1 0 2 0 1 1 0 I 1-10
Columbus 0 011011008
Batteries: Belgrade, Mallory and Walker;
Columbus, Dolan. lxhr and Keene.
TENNIS MATCHES PUT OVER BY RAIN
City Championship Match Interfered
with Satarday by Rain.
Rain Interfered with the tennis tourna
ment for the ci,ty championship at . the
Omaha Field club Saturday afternoon after
a good start had been made In the seml
fluals between Kohn and Scrlbner. Brrlb
ner had won the first set. 6-4. and Kohn
had registered two games of the second
set when Jupiter Pluvlus took a hand and
called the match on, to be nnisned Man
la case Scrlbner wins he will be the
federal favorite in the challenge match
or tha cud. because of his superior style
and because pressure of o files work has
kept Conrad Young from the courts this
spring so that he has not had an oppor
tunity to practice up on his game. The
consolations and doubles were also car
ried over until Monday.
CHICAGO, July 23. Flank held the locals
to two hits and shut them out In a beau
tifully played game. The only run a as
scored in the fourth Inning, when Hsrry
Davis and Lave Cross hit for successive
two-baggers. Attendance, 15,000. Score:
R H O A C. R.H.O A X.
Hert. If... 4 I 4 4 Otn. rf 4 4 114
Hoffman, et.. 4 4 4 4 4 Hottnee. If... 4 14
H 1I. tb. 1 1 I 4 O Hull. aa. 4 1 I I
U CroM, lb. fill Unn. hue. lb. 0 11 t a
s.vbni. rt.. 114 0 1.11 1. lb.... I 1 1 1 4
Huryhr. Ib.. 1 1 1 1 "nil, ci o a l
M. rroea. aa. I I I ISuliiran, a... 4 4 114
Srhrark. e... 4 4 4 4 T.nn.hlll. Ib 4 1 I 4
Plank. .... Ill Owen. p 4410
-Mrrariana . a v a a
Tot.!. I in 13
Batted for Jones In the ninth.
Philadelphia 0 0010000 0-1
Chicago 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Left on bases: Chlcasro. ft: Philadelphia. S.
Two-base hits: lebell. H. Davis. L. Cross.
Bacrlflc hit: Hoffman. Stolen base: Green.
Struck out: By Owen, 3; by Hank. 8. Bases
on balls: Off Owen. 1: off Plank. 1. Hit
by pitched ball: O. Davis. Time: 1:40. Um
pires: Sheridan and McCarthy.
New York Wins from St. Loots.
BT. tITIH. Julv 23 New York took the
Monln. wn me from St. Louts today. 5 to 2.
Powell and Budhoff were both hit freely.
but Powell was the mor efiectiv. At
tendance, 12.100. Score:
NSW YORK. ST. LOVIS.
g H O A B. R.H.O A R.
Ceeroy ef... 1 I 1 'nna, If.... 1 4 I 4 4
Kl.r, rt... 1 1 e astsrr. id....
rib.rt.ld. aa. 1 1 I 1 IV.nunt, rf.. 4 1 0 4
Wllltama. lb. 1 1 1 1 1 W.ll.oa, aa.. 0 1114
T-..- is a 1 a 1 0 Koehl.r. el.. 1 1 I
tKvihn, If 1 1 I JoR... lb.... I 14 I 4
MrOulre. e... 4 111 0Olr.ua, lb.. Ill
powers, lb.. 4 Roth, e 4 till
Powell, p.... 4 11 8udhnff, p... 0 410
Triik 0 1 4 4 4
Total. 114 1711
. Totals I 10 IT IT 4
Batted for Budhoff In the ninth.
Bt. Louis 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 i
New York 2 o o l I u v o o o
Earned runs: New York, 1. Three-bas
hit: Prink. Sacrifice hit: Yeager. 6tolen
bases: Williams. Stone, Conway. Hit by
pitched ball: Budhoff. 2. Wild pitches:
Budhoff, Powell. Bases on balls: Off Bud
hoff. 2; off Powell. 1. Struck out: By Bud
hoff, 1: by Powell, . Left on bases: St.
Louis, 10; New York, 8. Time: 1:41. Um
pires; McLoughlin and Connolly.
Boston Wins In Sixth.
DETROIT, July 23. Boston put today's
game with Detroit safe In the sixth whin
Collins' single was followed by hits from
the next four men. Attendance, 5.702. Score:
ft H O A. E. R.H.O.A.B.
4 141 Cooler ef... 4 1 4 4 4
14 111 Sch.efer, lb. 1 4 1
4 11 OMelnlyro, If. 0 1 1 0 4
14 11 I Crawford, rf. 0 I 4 1 4
1 1 1 0 OO Lurr. mm.. I 1 I I 1
Freeman, lb. 1 I 10 4 OLowe, lb ... 4 1 I I 4
Ferria, tb... I III I Llndur. lb .O OHIO
Slav a -M.rreu .... v v w w
10 4 10 Drill, c 4 4 I I 4
Kluoa, p.... 0 0 0 1 4
Totala 1 I IT 11 1
Batted for Lindsay In the ninth.
Detroit 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01
Bacrlflce hit: Btahl. First base on balls:
m t.'i... i Twn.luu hlta: ftelhnch. Fer
ris. Double 'plays: O'Leary to Schaefer to
Lindsay; O'Leary to Schaefer. Struck out:
By Young, b; ny ivueon, i. rMi du
Drill. Time: l:ll Umpire: Conner.
PI. hi. et
Standing; of the Trams.
Grand Circuit Opens Today.
DETROIT. July ' 23 Everything Is In
readiness at the Groses Point track for
the opening tomorrow afternoon of the
Detroit Driving club's blue ribbon meeting,
which Inaugurates the grand circuit for
19u0. Indications tonight are that the track
will be In the best of condition and the
number and class of entries for the fifteen
events which make up the Ave days' cards
points to one of the best meetings In the
history of the track. All races will be on
the three-heat plan this year, making nine
heats for each day. The feature event of
the opening day 1 the Cnamber of Com
merce stake of to.OuO for 1:24 class pacers.
Grand Island Team Strengthened.
GRAND ISLAND, Neb.. July 23 (Spe
cial.) The Grand Island base ball team has
had considerable 111 luck. Balrd, the cen
ter fielder and one of the leading batsmen
of the team, having sprained an ankle;
Welsh, the pitcher, having accidentally
been spiked In the aame game; Schaf stall
having his hand crippled In the first gahte,
last week, at Hastings, Manager Slevers,
however, has secured Ritsman, a - likely
southpaw artist from the eastern part of
the state, who struck out ten men In the
second Hastings game, and expects another
player from South Dakota on any train.
New York ,
nt. routs .
. 78 .
, 81 '
Won. Ixst. Pet.
M it .6U8
47 21 .603
4 32 .a9J
42 . 2 .519
SA 41 .468
85 41 .461
81 60 .83
26 63 .828
n - u-.khlnirlon at Cleveland.
Philadelphia at Chicago. New . York at St
Louis, Boston at Deiroti.
GAMES IN AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
Minneapolis Shots Oat Colombos la
an Exciting Contest
MINNEAPOLIS, July 23. Ed Slever was
In great form today despite his sore finger
and shut out Columbus. Attendance, 3.000.
R.h.O A.B. R.H.O.A.g.
Jones, ef 1 I I 4 Pickering, cf. 1 1 J
ulMsn, rf.. 9 0 1 1 0 Dala, rt 4 104
Freeman, lb. 4 4 I 1 4 Pleree, e 0 0 I 1 4
M.mh.ll, e. 0 1 11 1 0 Rran. e 0 0 14 4
Oremlnser. Ib 4 I 0 I 1 Conalton. If 4 I 4 I 4
Oraharn. If... 0 0 I o Kinm. lo v 11 . v
Store Defeat Neameyers.
The Stors Brewing oompany team de
feated the Neumeyers on Lake Manawa
grounds Sunday In a clean, snappy game.
Newstrom for Stors held the Neumeyers
down to four scattering hits and but for
a couple of mlscues would have shut his
opponents out. The features of the game
werj three fast double plays by the Stors.
Score: R H E.
Neumeyers ....0 00000110846
Stors- 1 00101000-11 4
Batteries: Neumeyers, Jellen and Karr;
Stors, Newstrom and Eairbrother.
w. Lrsch. Ib I
SnllS, et.... I
lnmen. If.... 1
Kill, aa 1
I ar.ter. e.... I
Laiaera. lb.. I
Pike Ib 1
Bosatta. p... I
4 40rr. Ib... 1 1 I I
4 4 B. Roaban, ef 4 4 I I 4
s a j. uwr, if.. 1 0 I I 1
l i c.Mi.i.r, ib. l I l i i
8 OB Hlg, mm 4 1 1 1 1
1 1 B. t.ay. rf. 4 4 4 4 4
4 I Hackten. lb. 1 4 T 4 .0
4 4 4 1 load, e 4 4 4 4
! 1 I E. Lrsch. p. I 4 4 1
Totals. 4 I IT II I Totals I IN I I
Coronas 0011001 483
Nonpareils ... 00010010 1311
Earned runs: Coronas, 1; Nonpareils, 1.
Two-base hits: W. Lynch, E. Roeben.
Tnree-base bit: Garvey. Stolen bases:
Coronas, 1; Nonpareils, 1. Double play;
Ply to Bogatts to Pike, rtrst base on balls:
Off Bogatts, 3; off Lynch, 3. Hit with
pitched bail: Hatcheri. Struck out: By
Bugatts, 11; by Lynch, a. Time: l:3u. Um
Til Coronas will play the Neumayers at
Laks Manawa next Sunday.
tella Defeats Crawford.
STELLA. Neb., July 22 (Special Tele
gram.) Th Stella Giants turned th tables
on th Crawford Juniors, beating them
easily by a score of 11 to 8. The Crawford,
who were, short several players and In a
generally crippled condition, did not play the
gam they played on the Fourth. Bird, for
Stella, was Invincible, striking out four
teen men and allowing but two hits. Tay
lor s home run and McMillan s batting for
th Craw fords and playing In left were
th feature. Th third game between
these two clubs will be played next In
Auburn- Score: HHX
Stella 1 0 I I 1 t 0 0 11 3 0
Craw fords ....0 OtlOOIOl 8IT
Batteries: Bird and Brown; McMahon.
Usher and Cavanaugh. Umpire: Hum
phrey -of Auburn.
Belgrade Beats Colombo.
COLUMBUS. Neb, July U-tSpeelal Tel
egram An excursion train from paldmg
brought down suO people today to see the
same between Belgrade and Columbus,
tasa loan had has strengthened by new
Tennis Toarnament at Bedford.
BEDFORD. Ia.. July 23 (Special.) The
Bedford Athletic asoclation wll) hold Its
third annual tennis tournament for south
western Iowa on Its courts In Bedford
beginning Wednesday, August 16. A pair
of sterling stiver cups, valued at 1100, will
be awarded as th prizes In doubles. Pos
session of the cups will be given to the
winning team, but to acquire permanent
possession the cups must be won two years
In succession by one team. A racquet,
valued at liu, will te awaraea to the
winner In singles.
Victors Aro Victors.
The Victors defeated the' Ideal Hustlers
at Council Bluffs, to 1 The fielding of
both teams was a little off. but the heavy
batting of the Victors scored their runs, Ed
Bowes getting a two-base hit over th
fence with three on bases, and Kaufman
getting a home run, a two-base hit and a
single with men on bases. Hinton of the
Victors pitched his usual good game. The
Victors .'. 000111000 481
rata and Leans Will Play.
SCHUYLER. Neb.. July 21 (8pecial.)
The "Fats" and the "leans ' will play a
game of ball at the Maple park ball grounds
next Tuesday afternoon. Ihe proceeds of
the game go to the fund for building a
permanent wslk to the cemetery. I W.
Mendall, deputy postmaster, la the captain
of the "Fats" and th originator of the
game. Both teams have been practicing up
aftid a good game Is looked for.
Hastlaars Shals Oat Graad Island.
GRAND ISLAND, Neb.. July IS. (Spe
cial Telegram.) Grand Island was com
pletely outclassed at every point of the
game today tine ot its two mis was an
accident. Score: R.H.E.
Haatlngs 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 07 8 I
Grand Island... O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 1 7
Batteries: Ahllne and Poteet; Lew In and
Oskalooaa Defeats Marshalltowa.
MARSH ALLTOWN, la.. July 21 -(Special
Telegram one tnousana excursionists
rrom tisxaiooea saw tne local team lose by
a score of 4 to t Score : R H E.
O.kaloosa 0 10 11000 04 14 I
Marshalltown .0 1 0 4 0 0 0 1 0-1 ( 1
Batteries: Dlsch and Bruggeman; Steele.
Gamea la Natloaal Leagne Today.
Cincinnati at New Tork. Plttahurar at
Boston. Chicago al Philadelphia, Si. Louis
71AI.T HOPS ,XI
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Sold by all druggists and grocers.
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St. Loola. u. s. A.
114 Hul.witt. as. 4 1 1 I
II ICIymer. lb.. e
111 4B.rbeau, lb.. 4 0 4 1 4
Doro.r. p.... 4 4 4 7 1
I I 17 10 1 ;
TeUle I I 14 II 1
Mlnneapoll 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 -!
Cohimbu 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Earned run: Minneapolis, 1. Stolen base:
Fox. Bases on balls; Off Dorner. . Hit by
pitched ball: Freeman.- BrucK out: By
Siever. 8; by Dorner, t. Sacrifice hits: Sul
livan (2), Slever, Klhm. Left on bases;
Minneapolis, 10; Columbus, 4. Time: i:u.
Umpires: Bulllvan and King.
. Even Break at Kansas City.
KANSAS CITY. July 23. Isbell out-
lucked Kenna In a pitcher's battle and
wpn the flrst game. In the second game
Hrasnear a nome run in me sevrnin in
ning, scoring three runs, won the game
from Louisville. Attendance, 4.000. Score.
KANSAS CITY. LOUISVILLE.
Vturphr. ef.. 4 4 4 0 1 Hallmas. rf. 0 4 4 4 4
Don. due tb. 1 1 1 I IRulllran, tb.. 4 1114
C.rtre, lb.... 1 1 11 CCI.r. ef 4 1 I
Downer, aa.. Ill SHerwin, u...e l a a s
Hkorec, rf... 4 4 4 4 IDraihaar. lb. I I 1
Butler, e.... ( asrou, id a i a e
Nance. If.... 114 tShaw. e 14 4 14,
Banner, Ib... I 4 11 ewulnl.o, aa. . I I I 1 4
labeil, 4 0 4 1 Kenna. ....e 1 II
nooarua ... e v y v w i
TotAle 117 11 1 I
Totala 1 I 17 a V
Batted for Kenna In last half of ninth.
Kansas City 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0-2
Loutsvlll 00010000 0 I
Earned run: Kansas City, 1. Sacrifice
hits: Donohue, Caetro, Downey, Nance,
Mailman. Stolen base: Nance. Double
lay: Bonner to Castro, liaae on bans:
Iv Isbell.- 7: by Kenna, 4. Struck out:
By Isbell. 1; by Kenna, 1. Wild pitch:
Isbell. Left on bases: Kansas City, 8;
Uoulsvllle, a. Time: i:u. umpire: nas-
Score, second game:
LOUISVILLE. KANSAS CITT.
R.H.O.A.B. R.H.O A. E.
H.llm.n, rl. I I I I Murpbr. cf.. 4 4 1 4 1
SullU.n, lb. 1 1 It 4 4 Donahue, Ib. I
eia.tro, lb.... 1
To Mm mm i
Spirit laEie, Imm
Vk'hy take a long trip to some distant summer resort, when within
a few hours' ride you caa reach the wooded chores of Lakes Oko
i boji and Spirit Lake, where it is always cool?
The average temperature at these lakes for June, July and
August is about 73, and there is enough to do to make your va
cation an enjoyable success.
Excellent train service is offered by the
St. Pay. I&alhftfay
There is good fishing at Okoboji black bass, pickerel, rock
bass, crappies and perch. The sandy beaches afford excellent
places for bathing. The accommodations at the different hotels
are the best. '
On the shores of the lakes and in the woods campers will
convenient spots on which to pi tell their tents.
Yachting is one of the popular pastimes and boats of all descrip
tions can be rented at very reasonable prices. . , 1 ,
Okoboji booklet sent for two cents postage.
' Tickets on sale daily, good to return in thirty days, $8.00, '
Week-end rates, good four days, half price.
For further information write to
F.A.NASH. EUGENE DUVAL.
Con'l W4)strn Agtnt. Asst Csn'l W)trn Agent
1524 FARNAM STREET. OMAHA.
5; Indianapolis, 7. Time: 1:S0. Umpire
Score, second game
Robinson, aa. I
n'K.ul If . A
B.tem.n, lb. s 1 11
Hemphill, cf. 1 4 I
Bevltle, e... Ill
Clark, lb.... 1 4 1
McCorMck, b 0 I
McCheaney, rf 4 1 4
Hlcker, p.... 4 4 4
k.rwln. If... I I 4 4 4 Powne,. aa. 0 4
Br.ih.ar. Ib. 1 I Kkooec, rt... 1 1
Woodruff. Ib. 4 4 1 I I Btone. rt 4 I
1 I I v Hutier, e a a
1 ( 4 4 4 N.nee. If.... 4 1
4 4 4 1 1 Bonaer. tb... 4 4
- Morgan, p. .. 4 4
I I 17 14 1
Totals 4 U I I
Woodruff out, hit by batted ball.
Louisville 1 0 0 0.0 0 6 0 7
Kansas City 110 00001 04
Earned runs: Kansas City. 1; Louisville,
i Two-base hits: Nance, Castro, Brashear.
Three-base hit: Haliman. Home run: Bra
shear, fctolen base: Btihear. Bases on
balls: Oft Morgan. 4; off Steelier, 1. Struck
out: By Morgan, 6; by Stecher, 1. Wild
Eitch: Steelier. Hit by pitcher: Bonner,
eft on banes: Kansas City. 7: Louisville,
4. Time: 1:36. I'mpire: Haskell.
Mllwaakee Win Twa Gaines.
MILWAI'KEE. July 23-Mllwaukee won
two aamea this afternoon through the su
perior pitching of Dougherty and Hlckey.j
Attjnuance, ccore. nr.i game:
MILWAt'KEE. ' INDIANAPOLIS.
Robinson, aa 4 I I 1 Rruee. rt....4 1
a a Mor.o. h ... I 1
1 1 Met roerr, ef. I I 4
1 4 Prlel. lb 4 4 11 4 I
4 4 Teooer, If... 1 14 4 4
1 1 r.rrell, ib.. 4 4 14 4
I I Care Ib I 4 1 1
1 lJaeer, p.... 4 4 4 1 4
ToUla 4 I IT 14 I Totala I M 4 4
Indlanapoll 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Two-base hits: Bevllle O, McChesney,
McCreery. Stolen bases: Hemphill. Bate
man. Bases on balls: Off Hickey. 6; off
Mattern. S. Hit by pitched ball: Hemphill.
Struck out: By Hickey, 1; by Mattern, a.
Left on bases: Milwaukee. 6; Indianapolis,
3. Time: 1:45. Umpire: Kane.
Bt. Pant Wins In Tenth.
ST. PAUL, July 23. St. PauJ made It four
straight from Toledo today, winning out
In the, tenth Inning. Attendance, 1,114.
8T. PAUL. TOLBDO.
Oeler.- ef-lb.. I I I 1 I J. Clarke, Ib I I I I I
Hemphill, rf. 1 I 1 4 1 lllnaiaaa. aa I I I 4 4
Wheeler. Ib. 1 1 4 4 1 CaMidjr. ef.. 11114
sei.lona, et.. 4 1 Lee. rf 1114
O Hrl.n, aa.. 1 I I I I Morlaritr, Ib 1 I I I I
riournor, If. 1 I I I I Boyle, lb....j 114 1
Noonan. lb.. 4 1 11 4 6 Gilbert, If... 1 14 4 4
Marcan, Ib... I I I I 1 R. Clarke, e. I I 11 1 4
8uille.il, e... III! C.mnlii, p... 4 4 4 1 4
r.rgusoo. p.. 4 4 1 iU.rtoM ... 4 4 4 4 4
earner, p.. ..4141
ToUla I It M 11 I
Totala 14 11 W 14 I
Batted for Camnils In tenth.
fit. Paul 0 0 4 0 0 0 4 0 0 t-10
Earned runs: St. Paul, 1; Toledo, 1.
Two-base hits: Marcan, Noonan, J. Clark,
Morlarity. Three-base hits: Cllngrman ii).
Lee. Home run: Wheeler. Stolen bases:
Eloumoy. Marcan. Sullivan, Cllngman Ii),
Lee, Casaldy, Morlarity. lilts: Oft Fer
guson. 4 In one-third Inning; oft Carney, 11
in nine and two-thirds innings. Buses on
balls: Off t'amnlts, S; oft Carney, 1. Struck
out: By Camnlts, 10; by Carney, S. Left
on bases: St. Paul, 1; Toledo, k. Tims:
2:15. Umpire: Gilford.
Standing; of the Teams.
Plsyed. Won. Lost. Pet
Columbus 90 67 S3 .433
Milwaukee eg E3 16 .ftt'2
Minneapolis M s bi M .fM
St. Paul 8K 44 46 . 4X4
Indianapolis 84 41 45 . 477
Louisville ii 44 48 . 478
Toledo 85 31 M .86
Kansas City W 11 64 . 866
O'Neill. If... 4 11
Batenan, lb. 4 t
Hemphill, et. 1 1 l
TaeM, 1 I 14
Clark, lb.... 14 1
VKt'or'trk. tb 1 I I
kctkwt, rt 1
lious&anr, p I
Touts 4 4 If II 4 Totals 1 I 14 11 I
Milwaukee 0004000 -4
Indianapolis 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0-1
Earned runs: Milwaukee, 1; Indianapolis,
1. Two-base hits: McChesney. McCormlck.
Horn ruu: Thoney. Stolen bases: McCor
mlck. Lougherty, Moran (2, Carr. Hit
by pitched ball: Bruce. Struck out: By
Dougherty, 7; by Jaeger, L Louble play:
Mnraa lo Farrell to rliel. Sacrince hits:
iwwn. Clark. Left oa bases; Milwaukee.
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