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THE OMAHA DAILY HER: SUNDAY. .TT'LY SO, 1003.
SAME STORY FROM SAINTS
Crnsts. Wlci fifth Con.eeutie Game from
M CLOSKEY PROVES A STUMBLING BLOCK
ot tlHly Doe II Frrirnl St. Joe
from Mnkla a Kenrf, hot 11
Mora Oet a Horn Ron OK
Hla Own Aproml,
BT. JOSErH. Mo.. July 21 --McClosksy
proved Invincible agnlnst St. Joseph to
day. Omaha, winning 11 to 0. Jones
I It hard In th fourth and ninth Inning.
Not a hit vii made, off either pitcher until
ths fourth Inning. Thlel In tha fourth
opened with a two-bane, drive and (cored
on I 'flan's single. Welch and Thomas
cored on Schipke'g hit.
McClnskey In the fifth lilt to tha left
fe.nc for a horn run. The ninth proved
tha disastrous session of tha game, ttank
fumbles on the part of Qulllnn, a. wild
throw by Fchllt and a bad error by An
drews caused the fans to hiss the work
of the Jobbers. Quillln's low throw through
Dexter let' In two. Attendance. 700. Score:
II. TO. A. K
Thoinns. lb ...
Schlpkc, Kb I
Gondlng, c ..
McCioskey, p ,
Wulllln. ss ....
Andrews, Sb ...
McOllvray, rf .
Ketchem, cf ..
Jones, p .
Bt. Joseph ....
1 0 0
0 0 0
Thlel. Three-base hit: Welch. Home run
McCloskey. Stolen liases: Martin -. IX
lan. Hit by pitched ball: Carter. Zinian.
Struck out: By Jones, t; by McCloskey,
3. Time: 1:4a. Umpire: Burns.
Ratfest at Uea Molaea.
PES MOINES, July 3-Pes Moines hit
Hickman hard today and won with ease
from lenver by a ecore of to 3. After the
first Inning the underwriters were not In I
danger though Tjenver started off with a !
rush that had it not been checked by won
derful fielding upon the part of Lrlfteld,
Hogrlever and Long, would very likely
have lead to victory for the Orliilles. Mc
Hale opened the game with a hard drive
Into center field and went to second on
Hartaell a sacntlce. Randall singled Into
right field and McHala started home, but
Iifleld's long throw caught him at the
plate. Long made a sensational stop of
Belden'e grounder, and retired him at first
In the fifth Inning with no outs and Long
on first, Rossutan lifted the bail over the
center field fence for a home run, one of
the longest hits of the season. Denver a
' first run came on Manske a error In cover
ing first, which gave Randall lifer. Uelden
walked and Perrine singled, scoring Randall
but Belrien was caught trying to go to
third. Their second and last run was on a
well placed hit by Belden, Perrine s out
and Hostetter'a drive over second, which
scored Belden. Attendance, 1,400. The
DES MOINES. DENVER.
R.H.O A B. R.H.O.A E.
Oanl.r. tt... 1 (11 ftMrHal. ef... 1 1 ft ft ft
Hearlanr. lb ft ft
ft ft Harti.ll, Ik., ft 1 ft 1 ft
3 Randall, rf... 1 I I ft ft
1 ft neldao. If.-. 1 1 t ft ft
I 1 PwrtM. Ik... ft I 1 1 S
ft ft H oat attar, as. ft 1 lift
I ft Erarllt. Ik... ft ft U 1 1
3 1 Lucia, ft ft ft 1 ft
1 1 Brown, e ft 1 I ft ft
Hlcknuta. s.. ft 1 ft 1 ft
Long, aa 2 3 ft
Roaamaa. Ik. I 3 II
Leldfli, tt... ft ft 1
(aftro. If 3 3 1
MrNttVIa, Itl I I
Wolf c ft 3 4
Maoaka. p.... ft 1 ft
ft U H aft
Totala I II M U I
res Moines 0 1003023 -
Denrer 0 0010100 1-J
Stolea bases: Perrine. Rossman S, Caffyn.
Sacrifice hlta: Hogricver 3, Leltteld, CalTvn,
W0I10, Hartaell. Two-base hlta: Hartsell,
Uanley, Wolta. Home runs: Roaamart.
Xawible plays: Hostetter to X"emne. Ho
grlever to Rossman. bases on balls: Oft
Manske 3. off Hickman 3. Struck out: By
Klanake t, by Hickman 4. Passed balls:
Brown X. Wolfe 1. lima of game: 1:40.
Orphaaa Beat the Sloas.
SIOUX CITY. Ia., July 3-In a pitchers'
battle today, In which Stimmell nad the
best of It, Pueblo defeated Sioua City, 3
to 1. Sioux City secured Us nrst and only
run In the fourth on two baava on bails
and a single by Noblit, It looked like Sioux
Oly s game until the seventh, when Hatch
luat his bead and donated a run to the Or
poaaa. Delehanty opened with a single
and went to third on Kchriver'a single. Molt
hit an easy one to Hatch, who tnrew it to
second and allowed Delehanty to ecore.
In the ninth Delehanty was given a base
on balls, and went to third on a sacrifice
by Mott to Sheehan, O llara falling to
cover third, while Sheehan ran up to get
the bunt. Schriver knocked a short fly
over Weed, who was playing close in, and
le)ehanty scored the run that won the
game. Attendance, 1,400. Score:
rtEBLO. ilOlX CITT.
R.H O.i 8. R H O A .
Blake, rf ft 1 ft ft ft Collins, rf ... 1 1 1 4
touk. If ft ft t ft ftSfcsrkaa. lb.. ft 1 1 ft
llaaalr, lb 3 I 1 I lb ft ft I 1 ft
Minor, rl ft ft 1 1 ft Pulaifar, If... ft ft 1 ft ft
aV-aiater. ... ft I 14 1 ft Nnkilt. cf....ft 1 I ft ft
Mota. tk ft ft 1 1 ftOajrsor. lb.... ft lift ft ft
Moaaitt (....ft I ft ft ftOHara, aa... ft ft I I ft
ttaoar. aa ft I ft 4 ft Starnag:, c ft ft ft 1
SAlauaol. p.ft ft ft ft ftUatck. p ft ft ft 1 ft
Tata la I t IT li a Totala 1 3 17 ft
Pueblo 0 0 t 1 0 X 1
Sioux City 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 X
Earned run: Pueblo. Two-base hits:
Carney, Barter loub)e play: Minor to
Schriver. Left on baaea. Sioux City. 4;
Pueblo. 1 Stolen base: Mott. Savcrifloe
hit: Sheehan. First base on bails: OH
Hatch, 1; off Stlmn.ell. 3. Hit by pitched
ball: 6tarnagle. Struck out: By Hatch,
10; by StimmclL i. Time: 1.35, Umpire:
Staadlac ( the Trams.
Flayed. Woo. L--aL Pet.
Des Moines K3 e ft .SH
Ienver S7 51 M " .5S6
txnaha S3 4 St ,H
Sioux City SO 4.4 37
Pueblo rt SO 64 .X.7
St. Joseph KJ H 37 .3t6
Games today: Omaha at St. Joseph. Den
rar at Des Moines. lueblo at Sioux City.
GAMES IX TUB XATIOXAL LEAGIE
eve York hts Oat Ctarlaaatt by
Score et Three e othlag.
CINCINNATI. July -Cincinnati had
men on third and second in the first inning,
with none out, but waa unable to ecore.
Overall weakened after the sixth and as
sisted tha New Yorks materially by his
aikincH. Attendance, ,o. aoore:
KIW YORK. CINClSNATt.
R.H O A B. R H O A E
, ltresnie, rf... ft II Hucda. !.. Ill
Ivxlil !... 1 I ft 1 Barr. Ik ft
Mo,aa. Ik.. I 1 11 ft ft kelMT U ... ft
Merwa H.... 1 1 1 cf
lklea. .... ft I ft 1 Corfw.K. aa.
lc.lta. ...! lift 04wil, rf .
Strmns. tk .. ft 1 1 4 B-H..U Ik
beararBBaa. . 1 ft ft ft .!!. .
laalbraaoa pft 1 ft 1 ftivrall. p...
Totala. I ft tf U Ikwiag. p ...
. ft ft
Total. ft I 17 U I
Batted lor Overall In. eighth.
New York ft ft ft ft ft 1 1 ij
liocinaau o w e e e t 00
Three-base hit: McGann. Sioleo baeea
Odmeil. Strang Lktubie plava. Strang to
Ihlen to JUiViann. Hufgiia td S.hiel to
BndaeU to Husgina. Fust oa baiis: Off
Overall, t: off Matl.eaa.un. 1; off Kwing. I
Sacrifice hit: Odwti. Struck out: By nver
a.l. 3; by Matheweon. a. Wild pitch: Ewing.
Innings pHci.e.1; li Overall, 3. runs, l; hit.
1; by Eaing. 1; run, 1; hits, 2 lime, l.ti,
I'n.j ira. u lay and Johsaxone.
C leala "t las Iresa Batetea.
ST. LOUIS. July I -Thlelmaa red'
Fraser la an uninteresting coat today.
Siihm a seusatronal catch, with two oei
bases, was tte feature. Attendance,
ST. LM 1 BOSTON
S H O A g h M O A E
TOna'l, n. 1 1 1 aAk iarcki. aa a t ft 1
iu.tM. at . ft
iMrawr lb., ft
Arau IV .. .. ft
hi. B-ia a., ft
P 4a. .... I
".!. c ft
TfcaMaaaa, p.. 1
4 T-.T. Ik... 11 1 I
1 rt .... ft 1
la.aau Ml 1 t a
I l aa..,. cf ft ft 1 ft
ft 1 kaw. 1 . I I a
1 1 Loot kera, ft ft I S 4
e. 1 g g t
S ft IW ft 1 a a
TataJa tliril 1 Tola 3 t M U 1
St lus 1 3 1 -
fcoetea ft !
I'arwed runs: U. I Aula 1 : fnarixi 1 r
uia. Vjlai, IMU4. lUrt-Ut tat:
Pm.m Sacrifice hits: Smort. perkier.
lniill' plav: Abhntli-hln to Tenney. Pnssed
ball: Moran. Stolen bns-: Shannon. Thlcl
nen. Hit bv pltehed ball: By Fraser.
8;n ot. Wll.l pitches: Krazer, Thlelman.
on balls: t.T Krazer. 4. Struck out,
l.v Thlelman. 7; by Fraser. Ieft on
bases: St. I.011I. 11; Boston, 6. Time: X.Jo.
I'm pi re: Klem.
rittaharar Daarhei Hits.
riTTSnVRU. July -In nttsbtirgs sec
ond Inning, when two were out and one run
scored, Lumlev dropped an easy fly and
the home team followed Uh six hits and
eight additional runs. After that there was
no Interest to the fame. Attendance, s.ltis.
R H O A B.
It H O I.
tv-tir. rf ft
SherkaeJ. If , ft 1 I
l.umlT. rf... ft I
I'.uh lb ft
llral.r. lb... 1 II
Urwia, m 1
I Hkhh, h t 1
Malar, lb SOI
Rlltar t I
Mrlntrr. p.. t
.11 II H 11 J Sirnklett, p . ft
Total I 14 It 1
Pittsburg t ( 3 0 0 1 0 0 -13
Brooklyn 0 0004)00000
Earned runs: Pittsburg. 3. Two-base
hits: Lench, Wagner. Three-base hit:
Hltrhey. Sacrifice hit: Clarke. Stolen
base: Beaumont, Wagner, Pelts. Double
plays: Hltehey to Wagner to Howard,
Strlcklett to Malay to (Ussier, Habb to
Oessler. Bases on balls: Oft Phllllppl. 1; off
Mclntyre, 1; off Strlcklett, 1. Hit by pitched
ball: By Mclntvre, 1. Struck out: By
Phllllppl. 3; bv Mefntvre. 3. Wild pitch:
Strlcklett Hits: Off Mclntyre. 10 In two
Innings; off Strlcklett. 3 In U Innings.
Time; 1:35. Umpire: Emslle.
Chicago Losea oat Parables.
CHICAGO, July 28-Two fumbles gave
the visitors all of their four runs today
and lost a game that the locals should
have won. Attendance, 7.600. Score:
R.H.O.A K. R H O A
Thomaa. ef.. 1 I
nieaaon, lb. . 1 ft 1
f'ourtntr, lb. 1 1
Titua. rf 0 1 I
M.m, It 1 1 0
Uran.fl.Id. lb 1 11
loolin, aa. . . . I 1
Pools, c 0 I
Pltllngrr. p.. S 1
Slasl. cf. ... 1 I 1
0 Maioner. rf . 1 1
C 81 hulta, If... 1 1 1 1
0 Chance, lb... 1 IS 1 1
Tlnkrr, aa.... 1 0 4
KTera. IK ... 0 0 0 1 1
Ho'man. lb.. 1
l'aaT lb I t
o Kllna. c 0 1 I S
Rauibaih. p.. 0 0 1 1 t
4 117 11 McCanti ... 0 1 0
t 17 14
Batted for Reulbach in ninth.
Philadelphia 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 04
Chicago 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 03
Left on hnaes: Philadelphia, t: Chicago,
. Two-base hit: Tinker. Sacrifice htts:
Maloney. Chance, Uieason. Double play:
Ulenson to Dooln to Doolln. Struck out:
By Reulbach. 3. Bases on balls: Off Reul
bach, 1; off Plttlnger, S. Time: 1:45. Um
" Staadiag ef the Tea ana.
Plaved. Won. I-ost. Pet.
New York 5 25 .772
Pittsburg 81 , M S3 .R37
Philadelphia 63 37 .554
Chicago 91 52 39 71
Cincinnati l 4 46 .
St. Louis 91 S3 69 .Si9
Boston l S9 i .319
Brooklyn 89 27 62 . 3u3
Games today: New York at Cincinnati,
Boston at St. Louis, Philadelphia at Chi
cago. GAMES IX THE AMERICA LEAGIE
Washlagtoa'a Sf Pitcher Shate Oat
WASHINGTON. July 2 -Washington to
day, with Adams, the new pitcher. In the
box, ahut out Detroit, 1 to V. Two singles
and a sacrifice In the fourth Inning scored
the winning run. The game was called in
the seventh Inning on acount of rain.
Attendance, &,S.1s. Score:
at. H. OAS.
raaaidr aa... ft
Hill. Ik 1
Hlrknaa, lb. ft
And.rooa. rf. ft
Huclamao, If. ft
Slakl, lb ft
Jonea. ef ft
Klttredga, e.. ft
A dm ma, p ft
Ill COOI.T. Cf ... ft 1 1
113 ftoVha.lar, lb., ft 1 ft I ft
11 1 Mi-lnl.ra. If., ft 1 1 ft ft
1 3 ft ft Craw 1 or, rf .. ft 1 4 ft
ft ft ft ftO'Lmrr. aa.. ft ft 4 I ft
I 1ft ft ft Couitilio, lb. ft 1 ft 1
ft 1 ft ft Unoaar. lb.. 4 4 111
ft 3 ft ft Drill, e ft ft 4 1 ft
ft ft 1 1 Mulltn, till
1 Touls. ft ( It 13 ft
Two out when game was called.
Washington 0 0 0 X 0 0 X
Detroit 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Earned runs: Washington. X. Two-base
hit: Scbaefer. Sacrifice hits: Hickman,
Cooley, O Leary, Coughlln. Stolen base:
Anderson. Ift on basca: Washington, 3;
Detroit, s. First base on balls: Off Mullin,
2. First base on errors: Detsoit. 3. Struck
out: By Adams. 3: by Mullin. 3. Time: 1.15.
Chlease Brats Philadelphia.
PHILADELPHIA, July J9.-Chlcago de
feated Philadelphia today in a well playej
game by opportune hitting. Both teams
fielded sharply. Isbell played a great game,
making several difficult running catches.
Attendance. 11.073. Score:
R.H.O.A E. R.H O A B.
Green rf .
1 ft 1 ft ftHarttaL If... ft 1 I
latwll. If 1
O I'via. aa. .
lionahu. Ik. 1
6ul)iraa. e. . . 1
Dundon. Ik. ..
Owta. p ft
H Davia, lb.
1 M Croat, lb.
fk-kr.k. c 1 1 11
W adorll. D... 1
Toula ft ft 17 I 1 Banoa ft 1 ft
Touts 3 ft 17
Batted for Waddell In ninth.
Chicago 01X0X0X0 15
Philadelphia 000O0XX0 02
Ls?ft on bases: Chicago, S; Phtladelhla.
10. Earned runs: Chicago, 4; Philadelphia,
2. Stolen base: G. Davis. Two-base hits;
Isbell, Seybold. Knight, L. Cross, Schreck.
Three-base hit: Jones. Home run: 6ullivan.
Sacrifice hits: Dundon. G. Davis tS, Isbell.
Struck out: By Waddell, 7; by Owen, .
Bases on balls: lift vvaoaeit. 1: on ciwon.
I Hit br pitcher: Green. Murphy. Time;
1.46. Umpires; McCarthy and O Connor.
St. Leals Baarhes Hlta.
ROSTON. July !9 St. Louis won todav
bq hitting consecutively In the early part
of the game. Boaton rallied toward the
close, but the visitors' lead was too great
to be overcome. Attendance 3.SS. Score:
T. LOV1 2WSTON.
R H O A B R.H.O A B.
Stono, If .
ft 1 1 ft ftSelreck, rf... ft 1 ft ft 1
ma, rt. I
W aliac. aa... 1
Uleaaoa, lb. .. 1
Keckier. Ik., ft
Poena, lk 1
ft Pisces p. ... ft
Sir uaahaw ..ft
Total (14 17U1
Total ft 1 17 ft 1
Batted for Dlneen In the ninth.
St. Louis 304100010-3
Two-base hits: Gleason. Frisk, Armbrus
ter. Three-base hits: Stone, Wallace. Home
runs: Gieason. Freemen. Sacrifice hit;
Star: Stolen base: Stone. First base on
balls: Off inneen, 1; off Howell. 3. Struck
out: By LMneen. 3: by Howell. . paaaed
ball: Sugdcn. Tirue: 1 ii. Umpire: Con
nolly. Sew Yerfc Wis Both Caaaes.
NEW TORK, July In celebrating
llirlr return tivm tne western trip, the
local Americans took both games of a
double-hvadr from Cleveland lodavy. At
tendance. Score, Ctat game:
KW TORK. CLEVELAND.
lH O.i E. K H.O A E.
Coaror. n... I I 1 i Jackaoa. If... 11
kaaler. rt - . I
0 m. ci e 1
r.i.k. rf 1 1 ft
kul lb. ft ft 3 1 ft
1 rail)', lb., ft 1 ft ft
ftTsrsar, aa.... ft 1 I 4 1
Carr lb ft ft 11 ft ft
Kiocrtald. a, ft
Yaaaar. lb.... 1
rrnta. cf 1
Chaw, lb.... 1
W.-oiura, ... ft
Ckaabra, p... I
ft BaJO. ft ft ft 1 ft
ftixmaaM. p.. ft 1 4 I
Totals T 11 tf ft I Total ft ft 34 1ft
New York 1 1033-
Cleeiand 0 0 0-0
Left oa bases: New York, ft: Cleveland,
ft. Base on bail: Off B-riu.ard, 1. Struck
out: By Cheabro. by Bern Da. rd. 3. Two
le fats; Com-y. Kecler, Chase, KUck.
Bradie. Sacrifice bits: Fulta. Cl.aae
Stoien beees: Kler. leager. Cftase. Wild
ritch: lxrnhaid Passed ball: McGuir.
Time: 1& Umptre: fcaerKUn.
Scure. aecoad game:
k(W TORK- i CLEVELAVO.
K H O A E. It H O A E.
ram. .... I 1 I Jackaaw. ftf. .. ft 1
Kaer. rt ... ft ft 1 ft
K lrU. as. ft ft 4 1
Ii4UT. If 1 1 I 1
Wsa. k .. 1 1 1 ft
r.ua. rf 1 1 ft ft
raua 1 .. 1 1 W ft
lt.-o.lra, ... 1 1 ft
(n. p ft ft ft 1
rll. p ft 1 ft 1
bar. of I
1 ViLaoa. ci ...
ft rii a, rt
ball. law..... 1
brail, lb. . I
Trr aa. ... 1
rr lb 1
heaai. c 1
kl ii ilk, p
ft 1 ft 1 ft
YaUat M SHU I Taula ft 1T U 3
S'fw York 1 4 4 S 1 lft
Cleveland 3 1
First base em errors: Cleveland. X. Left
OB taw: New York. T: Cleveland. C Kae
on taa.ua: Oft PuaeU. 1: ell Rtkuadee t
Struck out: By Pwa. 3. by Rtioadea,
1 Three-baae t.ua: Fulls. M.-Guire.
Rrtoa.lr Tao-bajae Mt: Khl. tkacnn.-e
tits: Kxjlts tit. Carr. WuM p-s:
1 Hu74r t and Oearvy ; E'berfe.a Comvy
and Cfia.se; Turner and Carr. H:i w it a
lil l.y Orth. 1. by Rhodes, 2. H.i;
OS OiUa, U tat t.e i-.u-i-4, vl l'uat.i, 1
Innings. Time: 3:00. Umpire:
the Tea ma.
d Won. Lost Trt.
.! f 12 .fii
.v. M KS .'2
.81 4 34 .6S
41 42 t
T 41 .M
TZ ?9 4J .4'
.04 SJ M .31
.85 30 U .3.4
No game today.
G AMES 1 AMERICA ASSOCI .T10S
ladlaaapolla aaal Mllwaakce Break
Errs la Doable-Header.
INPIANAP 'LIS. July J9. Indianapolis
and Milwaukee broke even this afternoon
j In a double-header, the first game going
to the locals ny a score 01 o m 0. mii.nu.
kea won the second game by a score of
( to 1. Attendance. 1.&M. Score, first game;
Hatted for Hevllle In the ninth.
Karrell out; hit by batted ball.
INDIANAPOLIS. MILWAI KFS
R H O A K. K.H.O.A.K.
1114" RoMnaon. aa. 0 t 1 1 1
0 0 I I 00 Nalll. If .. t I I 0 t
0 1 1 0 Patemaa. rf.. 1 I
0 1 I O Hnrn. lb . 111 0 t
11111 Hunrhlll. tt. I I
1110 1 Paviiis. e. .. e I ft t
lilt 4 Mcl' mlrk. Itl I I I I
lllt M'l'h'an'r. rf 1 I I e
110 10 Morrlaon, p.. t 1 1 4
Towua ...... ft ft 0 ft ft
11 17 If- ft
Totala 10n II 1
Indlanapolla 0 0 0 0 1 0 X
Milwaukee 0 0 1 2 3 0 0 0 0-5
First base on balls: Off Curtia. 7: off
Morrison, 1. Struck out: lly Curtis, 6; by
Morrison. 2 Hit by pitched ball: Hy Mor
rison, 1. Two-base hits: Carr. McChes
ney (!l, McCormick. Three-base hit:
Jhoney. Sacrifice hits: O'Brien 2). Double
plays: Carr to Msssey Moran to Farrell.
Stolen base: Karrell. Passed nail: Bevllle.
Left on bases: Indianapolis. 10; Milwaukee,
5. Time: 1:45. Umpire: King.
Score, serond game:
R H.O.A.E. R H 0 A E.
RnMnaon. aa. 1 0 1 1 0 Carr. lb ft ft 1 1 0
O'Nell. If ... 1 I 1 ft eMoran, ra.. ft ft ft t 1
Batrmaa, rf.. 1 1 1
O'Krlrn. lb 1 I 11
ft Kmc, rf 1 ft 1 ft ft
ft 1 Mri'reerj, cf. ft ft I ft ft
ft ft Mawr, lb... ft ft ft ft ft
0 OThoner. If.... ft 1 ft ft 1
4 ft Farrell, lb... ft 1 4 1 ft
4 0 talu.kr. f ... 0 ft J ft 1
4 ftCromiar. p... ft ft ft 1 ft
H.mpklll, ef. 1
Town, e 1
M.-mlrk. lb ft
MTh an ;. lb ft
Hlckty, p.... ft
Totals ft 10 17 II 1 Totalt 1 1 17 10 t
Milwaukee 0 0 0 3 0 2 1 0 04
Indianapolis 0 0 0 X 0 0 0 0 0-1
First base on balls: Off Cromley, 2; off
Hickey, 3. Struck out: By Cromlev, 2; by
HU-key, 2. Wild pitch: Hlckev. "Hit by
pitched ball: By Cromley, Robinson. Two-
hwse hits: Batemsn. McCormick. Sacri
fice hits: O'Ncil, O Rrlen. Double plavs:
McChesney to O'Brien; Moran to Farrell' to
Massey. left on bases: Indianapolis, 6;
Milwaukee, 7. Umpire: King.
Lealswllle hata Oat Kansas City.
LOUISVILLE, Ky . July 3 -Kansas City
couiu 00 notning witn eerguson today and
was easily shut out. Attendance, S.OoU.
LOITSVIU.E. KANSAS CITT.
R . H.O.A.E. R.H.O. A. E.
nanman. 11.. 1 10 Murshr. rf... ft 1 ft
SuMWan. lb.. 1 1 li
Clark, cf ft ft ft
Karwin. rf.... ft 1 1
t Caatro. rf ft ft ft ft
Donahue, aa.. ft ft 1 1 1
Poug:aa. lb., ft 1 11 ft ft
Braahoar, lb. ft 1 1
1 Stoncr, c. ..
h oodrutr. lb. ft ft 1
Shaw, c Ill
Uulnlan. aa... Ill
roTfiuoa, .. 1 1 ft
ft Bor.n.r, fb
ToUis 1 10 li 11 1 laoell. p....
Ferguson out on bunt strikes
ft 42 1 I
Baited for Isbell In the third.
Louisville 0 0 0 4 0 0 3 0 07
Kansas City 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Three-base hit: Shaw. Stolen bases:
Sullivan, Kerwln t2), Shaw, Clay. Sacrifice
hit: Brashear. First base on balls: OCt
Jerguson. 1; oft Isbell. J; oft Eels, .
Struck out: By Ferguson. 3; by Isbell. 1;
by Eels, t. Hit by pitched ball: By Isbell,
1, by Eels. 1 Wild pitch: Ferguson.
Passed ball: Stoner. Double plays: Quln
lan to Brashear to Sullivan: Ferguson to
Brashear to Sullivan. Left on bases:
Louisville. 13; Kansas Cltv. 4. Hits: Off
Isbell, 3 In three innings; off Morgan. 3 In
one-third inning; off Kels. i in five and
two-thirds inning Time: J .-CO. Umpire:
Haskell and Gifford.
Celambue Beaches Hit.
COLUMBUS, O.. July .-Columhus,
after a successful road trip, won the first
home game today by hitting Evans hard
in tie sixth Inning. Berger was generally
elective with men on bases.. Home run
drives by Congalton and Klhm were batting-
features. Attendance, 6.M3. Score:
. CeUkBll ST. PAIL.
. R. H.O.A.E. R.H.O.A E.
r-iciencg. cr. 1 1 0 ft Oeler. lb 1 1 1 I ft
ria, rf 1
Rran. c ft
Malaxbcy . .. 1
Con gallon. If. 1
Klhm. lb.... 1
Hul.wltt, aa.. 1
Cljriror. Ih... ft
Barbeas, lb., ft
Bertcr, f ft
ft Hemphill, cf . ft
ftWbceier. lb .
ft rantuaon. lb. ft
ft O brwa. aa. . . 1
1 Flournoj. If., ft
1 Noonan lb. . ft
I SuiiiTaa. c... ft
ft I 1 ft
ft ft 1 ft
1 ft 3 3
ft 1 ft
ft 10 1 1
1 ft ft
1 Etui, p.
. ft ft ft I
Total ft ft 11 li 4 Total 1 T 14 11
Columbus 0 10 10 3 10
St. Paul .0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 i
Stolen base: Pavis. Hulswitt, Clvmer,
Barbeau. O Brlen. Sacrifice hits: Kihm,
Clymer. Hemphill. Flournoy. Base on bails:
Off Berger. i, off Evans. L Two-baae hit:
Hemphill. Three-base hit: Hemphill. Home
runs: Congalton, Kihm. Lsuble plav:
Nuonan and O'Brien. Hit by pitcher:
Hulswitt. Struck out: By Berger. 3, by
Evans, i. W ild pitch: Evans, lirael 1:44.
At Toledo Minneapolis-Toledo game
StASKlla of the Team a.
Played. Ton. Lost Pet.
St. Iaul ,
Kansas City .
Kansas City at Louisville,
Minneapt.hs at Toledo. Sl
Paul at Col urn-
bus, Milwaukee at Indianapolis.
AVERAGES OF THE OMAHA TEAM
Ssileaelle KlelallntT Record Coetlaaea,
with laapreTeaneat la Battlag.
Seven games played, with five to the good.
Is the record for the last week for Omh
which Is a tritle better than that of the
week before, which had eight aramea c laved
with rive won. The team hitting has im
proved a single p:nt. with several cf the
players boosting inelr pointa up a Utile,
while the team fielding stands aa the best
average of the season. Every man is doing
hi per cent work and seven of them are
doing belter than fn per cent, wltb three
more Just under that mark. The team aver
age is over -&4 per cent and that is pretty
good work, if anybody asks you. Here are
the statistics for the season:
Game a AB. R H. At. W k.
Totals S3 tfts J2 CIS .233 32
TC. Av. W k
64 1 ft 1 u
.2.197 l.ffi U7 3 440 .9A .964
Oreksr at w llhelaas Wlaarra.
On of the ptir,c:pal event of the raat
week occurred Saturday afternoon when
a bunch from the timi of Milier. Stewart
A bealoa took it opun themselves to win
honors by defeating a bun.b from Orchrd
aV Wilheim' establist.n.eni. Tt.ey recained
without their boat, however, for when tr.e
j final result was announced H waa found
to aLmtri-.g to ttu envct:
Orchard t Viii.e'.:n 14
JiJler. Stewart A Reaton ,. 4
r.lka Defeat Belieewe.
PLATTSMOITH. NeK. Ju!y 2S. (Spe
cial Tr.e ka orfeated Beiierue '..r,
with ttve rr.cn from the Fun Crook team.
K.e 2 I S 1 1-4
briievue 1 1 3 i
Hattenea: F!k. White and Schneider;
Behevue. Grave anl Waller. Struck out.
I y ijrart. :i. bv V4 hue. fc. Base va liau.
bx Vi ui, li liraiu, !
Wc will slari
(Q)w Annual AmMesil Sale
0n day early, MOXDA Y and give all one mire day to secure these great bargains. Every
department will be affected. First and foremost omss the big cut in ORIENTAL RUGS
Not less than TWO THOUSAND PIECES of the finest products of the Orient. Repre
senting such weaves in the small sizes as Antique Daghestans, Shervans, Anatolias, Beluchis
tans, Bohharas and many others. In room size rugs ire have an immense stock of hkivas,
Goravans. Muskabads, Persians, Kermanshaw's, also a large assortment of India rugs.
In purchasing Oriental Rujs of us you need have no fear of misrepresentation. We are In business to
stay and a Rut purchased from us has our guarantee. We herewith mention some of the BIO CITS IK PUCES
No. 237 Daghestan Rug, rry cliolt-e 241 Dnjthostan Rug. very choice. 3-3 No. 244 Dsghestan Rug. modern. 3 0x
No. 23S PaKhestnn Rug. - this 1 an
antique piece, slse 3-7x4-10, our rrpplar
price f 18.00. AUGUST II 7P
SALE PRICE 16. J
These rugs are all Antique pieces, all in per feet state of preservation, having a beautiful
sheen with a perfect luster of silk, not one of them but would cost elsewhere twenty dollars
go on sale at prices herein mentioned;
No. S97 Beluchlstan Rug, site 3-3x5.
our rce-ular price tlS 50. ft Rl
AUGUST SALE PK1CE.... IO.OU
No. I3-BflucMstan Rug, slse 3-tx5-.
our reiruiar price l!on. a 4 tl
AUGUST SALE PRICE..
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All our $-23 Oriental Rugs on
If you are interested in Khiva Rugs we have some specially fine pieces
which should appeal to the rug expert. We herewith quote a few of
No. 31 Khiva Rug. size x"-4, which
regular ) rug. AUGUST SALE
No. 282 Khiva Rug. slse 3-10
7-4. our regular price S)lt.
No. ISJ khl'ra" Rug. slie S-5
x'-i. our regular price 3Sa.
august sale yet fill
PRICE at O. VI VI
PRICE l PRICE.
Our stock of Ooravan and riushkabad, as well as
Kermaossw rugs In both the large and small sizes
should appeal to the Oriental Rug connoisseur.
SM carpet Furniture Com pa
YOUNG WINS CBAMPIO.NSniP
Holder of Title in City Tennis Singles De
fends His Claim.
SCRIBNER BEATEN BY THE VETERAN
Riaarr Up Wis Deace Set After Los
lag Two, 3 la Vaable te
Get Hearer to
Conrad Toung again won the title of
city champion In tennis singles by his de
feat of Arthur Scribner at the Field club
courts Saturday afternoon before a large
and enthusiastic gallery. Toung won the
match by superior all-around playing, al
though the final score on points doe not
show much of a difference.
Toung demonstrated that an older head
at any game will always tell, and he won
by superior use of a cool head, with which
he 1 endowed. This was shown con
stantly throughout the game when time
and again he would pass a ball which would
have required considerable exertion and
would await his time. He won the first
two sets before Scribner could become
used to the style of game that Toung was
playing. When Toung was set-ring he
would follow his ball clear to the net and
this seemed to rattle the younger player,
who waa cot used to such an aggressive
game. He had Scribner running all along
the back line, while he himself played
close to the net at all times. Toung was
fearful of the superior training and en
durance of 8crtbner. who has been playing
considerable tfcli spring and summer, and
CITY TENNIS TOURNAMENT SINGLES
Played on tho Courts of the Omaha Field Club July 17 to 28, 1903
J. H Iumont, Walnut Hill, a bye
P. Wareham, Kountze Place, a bye
G. A. Potter, South omaf.a, a bye
F. Hoel. Field club
J. Hughe. Field club
R I"umont, Walnut HlU
L. Wiiaon. T. M. C. A.
J. Paum. West Farnam
V. Lazier, park aver. a
R. Newell. Kountze place
C. F. Patterson, West Farnam
Lee Kenavard, Field club
A. Scribner. Field club
R. E. Sunderland. Field club
R. Chrlsue, Kountse Place
M. F. owaarts. Pastime
D. Neeiey. Fiejd ciub
A. Armirong Fltid club
Q. Martin. Field ciub
P. S Reed, Hillaide
R. Kainey. T. M. C. A.
It. LeMere, Field club
It. Schneider, Field ciub
F. Linn. Park avenue
T. Lee. Field club
C. S.efkin. 6U Croix
W. G. L man. Para avenue
8 Smith, Hiiiside
F. D Neeiey. ield club
R. W. Matlesun. Hlllaid
F. Pollard, Fltid ciub
Will Hulls. V. M C. A.
A. 8. lrmia. Field club
loan Ptell. Kuuiu Place
S. S. CairtwelL, Field club
Ernest Sweet, Saratoga
P. Cuoley, Suum Tenia
H. Koch, West 1'iriani
A. Collett, Field cluo
F. Potter. West Farnam
C. Raaraussvn, Field Ciub
8. Rosewater. Field club
I. Rogers, West 1-amain
J. Prown. Walnut Hul
F. Kerr. Field club
H. K Kae. T. M C. A.
W. Chambers, Field club
M. Coed. Hil.side
Ir. Van Carcp Field dub
J W. KaiLin. Field clatt
A Javr.ea. Fie.d club
H. Kut.n. Fieid club
A. vva ManafeW4e. Park avenue
W. Haynea. Para avenue
F. Ts.trene, Fie.d ciub
R. Cr.nreU T M C. A, a bv
H. Reed West ramam. a ()
E C Vi.Lr, Wu.dw( 1 iavi-e, a tj
2-10x5-1. our regular r' ,r I VS. I Y tL aVWisT 1 Z.
vri ' - 1.1. j , a a a
No. 24J DHgfieatnn Uiic. very fine
3-3x4-W. roiriilar nrlcp $18. II
AUGUST SALE TRICE.. . 1.
No. 243-D.iKliesfan Rue. antique.
4 10, revMilar price $ls.m. f f
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No. Reluchist.tn Rug, size 8-2x4-,
our regular price 117 00. CZt
regular rrtce 11. 00.
AUGUST SALE PRICE...
a a ijkj
No. Beluchlstan Rug,
our rcpnlar price I175u.
AUGUST SALE PRICE...
41 1 fWi
sale at SI i.
All our $30 Oriental Ruts
Includes apron, our
No. rM Khiva Rug. size 11
x7-3. our regular price Jl.
No. 25Khiva Rug. size 11
xft-7. our rcg.iliir price t.
AUGUST SALE fill
played hard right from the start. Always
on the aggressive, he placed them so well
and volleyed so strong that Scribner oould
not gather himself together. Scribner won
the applause of the gallery time and again
by his wonderful back-hand returns which
he was constantly compelled to make be
cause of the Judicious placing which Toung
Indulged In at all times.
Not a double fault was made In the entire
match. Toung almost Invariably making his
first serve good. Scribner passed Toung a
good many times to the left, but this did
not bother the veteran.
In the first act Tourg won two love games
and lost the or.ly deuce game of the set. In
the second set the games went to deuce
three times, Toung winning each of them.
Scribner wona love game in this match. The
third set, won by Scribner. shows the hard
est fight cf the match, although it was ap
parent that Toung was resting, while he
was forcing his younger antagonist to ex
tend himself to the utmost. Scribner won
two love and two deuce games In this set.
while Toung won two deuce games. In the
Aral set, which went to deuce, Toung won
three love and one deuce game. Scribner
had this set 1-4 when the veteran evened
things up and finally won after Scribner
had made the score 4-5. Something similar
happened In the first set. when Scribner
was 3-4. Toung went after the next three
games for fair, the challenger getting but
two points in the three game.
In the finals of the consolation singles
Potter beat Collett, 6-J, t-Q. 6-1
Score in the championship math:
Toung 4 4 4 1 3 2 ? 4 4 431
Scribner I 02431111 013 4
Young 1 4 4 4 1 3 0 3 3 29 (
Scribner i 2 1 1 3 3 125 3
Preliminary, pj.und. Round.
Hughes Hughes 6-1. 6-i
6-2, 6-3 7-i. 6-3
6-0. 6-0 Wilson
Baxter 6-L -4 Scribner
default 6-L 6-1
6- 3. 3-7 6-4. 4-3
7- 3, 6-1
default 6-2. 6-3
6-3. 6-1 6-4, 4-3
6-1. 6-1 6-2, 6-1
6-1. 6-1 6-1. 6-J
drfault T-S. C-Z
6-4. 6-3 Smith
Smith -L 6-3
6-0. 6-0 Matteson
Irwin 6- 6-0
Caidaeil . 6-4, 6-4
Baeet 6-1, 6-1
3- 6. 6-4. 6-J K-K-h
Pc-tter 3-6. 6-X -
6-2. 4-4, 6-4 Knch
Roftr t-J. i-i. 1
4 3. 6-2
St. 6-J 4-u. 6-
4- 3. 3- 6-1 Rs
Van Carr.p 6-4. 6-4, 6-2
Jkvnrl --. t- J
d.ifcj.t K .hn
Kohn 4,1. 6-1
4", 6- Tufrer.e
4-'. 4-4 t'ufrer
wiiter r; 6-e
n 1. vj L k' onuu . w . . .
rlece. No. J45 Daghesfan
TP choicest, 3-Sx4-io.
3-lx No. 24t-Daghertan Rug. rery fine
7 C 3-.tx5, reprulflr price f '-'O. Z
AUGUST SALE TRICE
No. 304 Beluchlstan Rug. size 3-SxS-,
our regular price 319 1 1 I lfl
AUGUST SALE PRICE
No. i7 Beluchlstan Rug. size J-10xt-,
our regular pr
our regular price 3!i.OT. 12 llll
AUGUST SALE TRICE
oa sale at $22.
Toung 4 T0543033 135 4
Scribner 2 S432S4S 444 6
Toung ...1 4312444143 4 S 7
Scribner.. 4 2444010403 1 U 6
Totals Toung. 132; Scribner. 120.
The results In the other matches:
Championship doubles, semi-finals: Matte
son and Smith beat Dufrene and Wilson.
rAnanlallnn afnfl.1j.ai An, Ii' ft A Wtfrjkf.
South Omaha, beat Collett,' Feld club, 6-
Consolations, doubles, semi-finals: Hlllts
and Sunderland beat Armstrong and von
Mansfelde, 6-2 6-0.
On Monday afternoon at S:S0 Scribner and
Kohn will play Matteson and Smith In the
finals at doubles. The winners will play
Caldwell and Toung, holders, for the city
championship, probably on Tuesday. Clem
ents and- Holthine will play Hillis and
Sunderland the finals In the consolation
doubles on Monday evening.
FLA FOR THE -MID-WEST TOI RSET
Prospects for Ike Great Flitere Are
Now only a few weeka away, the middle
west championship tennis tourney at
Omaha, August 21. bids fair to be the most
successful tennis event ever held In the
west. It Is Just eleven years since the
first Interstate tennis tournament was held
in Omaha, the foundation and beginning of
tho big meet which Is now yearly held
on the courts of the Omaha Field club
under the dignified name of the middle
west championship. Starting Jn ix anj
meeting with various successes for four
year, it was allowed to lapse with the
decadence of tennis in the west, to be re
vived in 1XH by the Field club, which was
given the recognition of the United Stales
National Lawn Tennis association, which
body formerly recognized the fixture un
der the auspices of the Omaha Tennis club.
Each year since 11 this meet ha been
growing larger and larger, until now it
3-7. 3-6, 6-2
4. 4-. ft.
aaVJi as. r- aw-tr I w . . . V a aa7 r wKX 'aT AT" - r "V . aTl at T i
attract the best player of the west. Iu
looking over the names of winners of the
fixture one finds men who have won na
tional honors In the tennis world
them being Slocum. Bond. Carver. V&idiir,
Hunt, Parker, Sheldon. Whitman. Y'ur.
nocne, canaerson, letcher, the Eberr.arJt
and a number of others.
The present champion In single. JU'rh.
Fletcher of Galesburg. has alrea.ly an
nounced his Intentions of defend. :.g hi
title, which he won last year by dilratir.g
Frank Eberhardt of Salina. Ear. The
Eberhardt brothers, Frank and Fr'l of
SaJina, Kan., are holders of the d-u)-!-ft
oups. and although they have r. t f'n
heard from to date, they will r.. d- t
defend their titles.
Th trophy known as the FI11
challenge cun In elnirles has been
follows: ISni. N. A. Wehster: 1 ;';.
Sanderson; 1S03. f. L. Eberhardt, l.'t. R.
B. Fletcher. It will become the j-er..Ml
property of any one who may a in the
championship three times, not ner.sr!'.v
In succession. The trophies known the
challenge cups in doubles will bee. e ihe
personal property of the team a.r.r.mg
them two consecutive years.
All matches will be best two out . f thrift
set, except the emi-finals ar.J :
which will be the be ft three out
et. An entrance fee of U mill be c:.,
In single and S3 rr tftm In .1.. -r.V
entries must be made on or b fi re Af-.t
i. and the .committee epecully ni,'jn:i
that those Intending to enter do so ;-st J
far In advance a possible.
Sanderson and Holland, the fat fim
from Galeaburg. and doubles t.'::r. r. 'n
ld. are asrain nu,i 1. . . -'i-
will be represented by Dr. F. Sr.e.iT. :.4
. vernon. the recent wir.i.er?
Missouri state championship. P' s.'.l
Player of the Wanderers' rl 1 .'
and a number from the Kenmc i : 1
dub will come.
It 1 expected that both Der.v.r h'
tdo Spring will send player?
posslbl proepects from these p r.
C. P. Dodge, the Grahams. C F.
nesey and a number of other a: .
hv cot been learned a yet.
Sioux City, De Moine'and 8
the other Iowa towns hae : -and
will send teams.
Nebraska, with its rcorf of s ;
rill be the best represent e1 V. .
tries are expected from town -.
from, like 8t Joe. St. ra,;. Y.
Minneapolis, Brokings. SI' i- '
Forks. X. D. This year . n :
truly well repreac cuative one.
Will M. Wood is chairman 0!
mittee and all comunlcatk,r. : ..'
the tournament hould be allr-n
.lm. care Swift and Ccr.,j.a-
Celllaa Holda Two CKaBilon.hip
DEEP HAVEN, Lake Mir re: :
July aV In one of the pr-i--..-jratches
of the seasv.n Kie-
t hlcago Uxiay defeated Re l. t .
California for tr.e r.crthwt -:e-r.
hip. By hi victory he no a r -title
of western nd northa r--
pion. Collins and Waidner ? 1' -champions
in doubles, a on a " -northf.ira
belden broifctrs of tt.u c.is ir. :.'.
Aaieaaj tk Be wi I r r a
Following is the vhedj '.
round for Individual city cita ,
be bowled on the esfe:ticn h
ilonday Hodges. Gnffitt., I.r: -French.
Tuesda Brunke Potter,
G.Wdr, Forecutt. Fritscher
Wenlneaday Huntlr.gtxn Cf.a-.
ton. Reed. Rasmuasen. W,l:.kr
Thuraday l-uaiQ of I'u.n .
GVrd of Orriaha. in final m"'
Biatch for a purae.
Friday O Brun. D. J . Lv- :. .
Dav U. Hartley, Francisco. M -
rioao Gaaae at Vtnre
WTMORE, Neb. July - -Wyrrxre
anl Pruning flad .
here yesterday. M, t. r.s-. .J '
f vr Vyin.re by iTe --re o'
tenes: 6r.der and hiar. li
blaster. Snder fanne-d
walk ar.d allowed fov.r r.:'
four rutn. let luux !
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