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HIE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1903.
CARTER WINS IT IN TENTH
Little lick SnaUhei Lmrtl from CUtx
and Crowm P'i Utroet
NTCHERS' BATTLE FULL OF LIFE
Jack Pfelster Lets Dowi Visitors
with roar Hits an Tea Strike,
uts, Passing; hat Oaa
Robert Carter both saved the gnme and
won It at Vinton Street park Saturday
afternoon, when the Rourke family won a
ten-Inning conteat from the Sioux before a
splendid crowd, considering the high wind
and blinding; duat.
Carter saved the fame In the fifth Innlnic,
when, with two men on bases and two
out, he climbed on the right-field fence and
grabbed the lone fly from the bat of Weed,
the elongated aecond baaeman of the Bloux
tribe lie won the same In the tenth In
ning, when, with Gondlng on third he hit
the ball o fast by Mr. Newton that that
fielder was unable t get his claws on It,
although he had been taking everything;
that came his way and some that looked to
be out of Ms reach. Newton made two
phenomenal (tops after hard runs and won
the applause of the crowd, the Omaha
crowd always bestowing Its applause on the
visiting player aa well as on the bom boy
If the play warrants It
For nine Inning they battled and neither
side had the advantage, although It did
look In the seventh Inning a If Lawler
might score after having made a triple to
right wtth only one out. Fate, however,
had decreed that Omaha should not win
In that Inning, for McCloskey attempted to
hunt; the. ball popped Into the air and a
double, catching Lawler off third, was the
. Welch Fans Twice. '
In the sixth Inning and In the ninth
Dnlan was the first man up each time,
and the same thing happened In each in
ning. Welch received his Instructions from
the bench to bunt, no one being out, and
he struck out each time. This Is the game
that won the pennant for Omaha last year,
and usually wins, but It fell down on both
In the ninth, after Dolan had singled and
Welch and struck out; Slugger Bill came
along with a single, which sent the captain
to third, with but one out. The hopes of
the fans arose, but hope was all there waa
to It, for Thomas struck out, his third for
the day, and Lawler flew out to Pulslfer.
After the Bloux had been retired, one,
two, three, in the first half of the tenth
Omaha came to bat with McCloskey to
lead off. He hit to second and one waa
down. Gondlng drove one near third that
went so fast Sheehan could not stop It,
and again was hope on the ascendency.
Pfelster struck out, but on the third strike
Gondlng stole second and Shea threw the
ball so wild that Gondlng went on to third,
and It was up to Nick, the sleuth, to do
something for his country. He was Johnny-on-the-Bpot
and hit for the single that
brought In the only run of the game.
Pfelster the Star.
Both slabmen pitched magnificent ball
throughout the entire game, Pfelster strik
ing out ten and passing but one. while
Cadwallader struck out eight and passed
four. In the eighth Inning Pfelster struck
out Sheehan and Weed with six balls
The same teams will play a double
header both this afternoon and tomorrow,
the games to start on each day at 2:80 and
all for the one price of admission. Mc
Closkey and Welch, the Grand Island men,
will pitch for Omaha, '
AB. R. H. PO. A. B.
- I '' Ir
I ", 1 1'l
O llara. If..
AB. B, H. PO. A. E.
...... 4 8
Totals S5 0 4 12 I
Two out when winning run was made.
Omaha 0 00000000 11
Sioux City 0 c 0000000 0-0
Two-base hits: Ke, on. Pulalfer. Three
base hit: Lawler. First base on balls: Off
pfelster, 1; off Cadwallader, 4. Double
play: Sheehan to Newton. Struck out:
By Pfelster, 10; by Cadwallader, 8. Left
on bases: Omaha, 8; Sioux City, 8. Sacri
fice hits: Bchlpke, Lawler. Time: 1:60.
Umpire: Schuster. Attendance, 1,000.
St. Joe Shows Some Life. '
DE8 MOINES, Sept. 1-Manske pitched
himself out of a bad place In the third
Inning today and from that time on Dee
Moines was In no great danger, although
the visitors earned their one score In the
eighth. Qulllan opened with a hit and went
to second on Zink's walk. Ketchen flew
out to Rossman and Qulllan stole third.
Dunne hit a slow one to Hhugart, who re
tired Zlnk at second, but Qulllan scored.
Maruike fanned Molyneaux. Dee Moines
scored In the first, inning on two hits by
Long and Rostiman. In the fifth Dunn's
fumble gave Manske a life and he scored
on Long's two-sacker. Singles by Mc-
Ollvary and FTogrlever and another two
SWrker hit by Long brought In the final
score In the seventh. It was cold and
raw and the crowd waa small. Score:
Dgt M11KCH. ST. JOSEPH.
AB H O A ABU O A a.
t-ailTrr. Ill I t B.rnnl4. rf I 1 S ft t
n . hill, in 4 l
HorlTr, ft 4 1 1
4 114 OQmllln. lb... I I I ft
tiMinu, lk I 111 1 ft Zlnk, In...
ft t I I
.. 1 ft t KMrh,m. at. 4 ( 4 ft ft
I 1 I ft ft Dunn, m I t
I IHolrneeut. It 4 ft I
4 1 ft ft
ShunrL lh. . 4 ft I
MnNlchole. Iti t 1 ft llnreo, c
Manuka. .... 9 ft f I Jonn, a
Tetale M ft It II ft Totals 14 I 14 ft I
Pes Moines 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 8
St. Joseph .... 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 01
Stolen bases: Qulllan. Shugart. Two
base hits: Qulllan. Dunn. Long 8, Roes
man. Bases on balls: Off Manske, I: off
Jones, 4. Struck out: By Manske, t: by
Jones, 4. Time: 1:35. Umpire, Caruthers.
Dearer lias Off Day.
PlEBLO, Colo., Sept. 2. Pueblo cele
brated Its net game or the local season
this afternoon by playing all around the
Grtsxlles and taking the gitme by a score
or 6 to 1. Ith the team In a crippled con
dition It gave Stlmmel errorless support
and batted Schaub freely. Stlmmel pitched
shut-out ball and his support was sensa
tional at times. The Grlxzlies went to
pieces, nine bobbles being chalked up
against them. The features, besides the
pitching of Stlmmel, were the field work
of Knsbe and Mott's stop of Helden's drive
over third In the ninth. The -score:
AB.H.O.A. E. AB H O A K.
Blake, cf t I I ft OMrHil. cf... I 1 4 4 I
I ft OHartiell, lb.. 4 I
i eanaaii, rf.. i l
I Belden. It... 4 1
I tParrtne. U... ft ft I I
III eiioelak't'r. Mill
1ft ftMohanoa, lb.. I ft I
ft I 1 ft Brawn. ....; 1 ft ft
, I ft ft ft ft Schaub, ..,.! ft I I ft
Vollendt, cf. 1 ft 1 4 ft
17 1ft IT 1ft ft
Total. ....jo rr ii
Pueblo 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 E 0-6
Denver 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01
Three-base hits: Blake, Bader. Two-bane
hit: Blake. Stolen bases: Cook (2), Knabe,
Bader, Faurot, Miner. Bases on balls: Off
Schaub, 1; oft Stlmmel, 1. Struck out: By
Schaub, 4; by Stlmmel, S. Left on bases:
Pueblo, 7; Denver, 4. Earned runs: Pueblo,
1; Denver. 1. Sacrifice hits: Randall, Stlm
mel. Wild pitch: Schaub. Double plavs:
Belden to Brrrwn, Bhrlver to Knabe, Bo
hannon (unassisted). Time: 1:30. Umpires:
Everltt and Lindsay. Attendance, 6uo.
Sandln- of the Teams.
Played. Won. Lost. Pet.
Xes Moines U. 81 4.1 .853
Denver 124 75 49 .06
Sioux City 121 65 55 .648
Omaha 118 A2 6K .61'5
Pueblo 117 48 69 .411
St. Joseph 122 31 81 .2(4
Games today: Sioux City at Omaha,
Denver at Pueblo, St. Joseph at Des
Bader, aa. ..
4 t I
4 1 I
1 ft ft
GAMES IS THE NATIONAL LEAGUE
Pittsburg; Benches Hit In Third
Isslsg and Beat St. Lonla.
PITTSBURG, Sept. 2.-Pittsburg won In
the third Inning with two hits, assisted by
an error and three bases on balls. Score:
FITT8BLRO. gT. LOUIS.
AB.H O A . AB.H.O. An.
Oanler. rf... 4 ft 1 ft ertunlearr, rt i I I 0 ft
riarka. If.... I ft 1 ft OShannon, If.. 4 0 10 0
Leach, cf 4 1 ft ft lgmoot, cf....4 I 1 ft ft
Wanner, I 114 1 Berkley, lb.. 6 I ft 0 ft
Hneard, lb.. I 0 11 1 0 8hy. 2b I 1 0 ft ft
Brain, lb.... I 111 ftGradr. o S 0 I 1 ft
Rltchey, 2b.. I 0 I I 1 McBrlda, aa I I I I 1
Plti, 0 I 1 t 1 0 Burke, 3b.... 4 I 4 4 0
Lynch, p I Oil ftTajlur. p.... 4 I 0 I 0
ToUla 11 IT II I Totala 1 14 24 I 1
Pittsburg 01400000 6
St. Louis 1010011004
Earned runs: Pittsburg, 1; St. Louis, 2.
Two-base hits: Wagner, Dunleavy, Beck
ley, Taylor. Saorlnce hits: Howard, Lynch,
Shannon, Shay. Stolen bases: Smoot, Mo
Bride. Double play: Ritchey to Wagner
to Howard. First base on balls: Off Lynch,
2; off Taylor, 4. Struck out: By Lynch, 5;
by Taylor. 1. Time; 1:50. Umpire. Emslle.
Chlcaaro Wine (roan Cincinnati.
CHICAGO, Sept. 2,-Chlcago won from
Cincinnati today In a game full of weird
fielding, all the runs but one resulting from
queer misplays. The double plays on both
sides were fast and anappy. Score: .
CH1CAOO. . , CINCINNATI.
Stasia, of.... I 0 10 OHuftlna, 2b.. I 1 I I o
Cater, lb.... 4 110 1 Barry, lb.... 4 112 1
McCarthy, lb I 0 I 1 1 Seymour, cf.. I 1 I 1 ft
grhalta, If... I 0 ft 0 ft Corcoran, aa. 4 0 14 ft
Tlnkar, aa... I 14 1 1 Btalnfaldt, lb 4 1 II 0
Malonay, rf.. 4 110 ft Odnali, It.,.. 4 0 I 0 ft
Hotmaa, lb.. I 0 10 ft grldwall, rf. 4 I ft ft ft
Kllng, a..... I 111 J 8c h lei, a I 0111
Haul bub, . I 1 1 4 Chech, I ft ft t ft
Tout II lni I Totala II 1 24 11 1
Chicago 10011 000-3
Cincinnati 00000 02002
Left on bases: Cincinnati, . Two-base
hit: Casey, Sacrifice hits: Tinker, Slugle.
Stolen bases: Tinker, Maloney t2K HugginH,
Odwell. Double play: Reulbdch to Tinker
to McCarthy (21, Corcoran to HugKlns.
Struck out: By Reulbach, 6; by Chech, 8.
First base on balta: Off Reulbach, 4; off
Chech, 4. Time: 1:30. Umpire: Klein.
Boston Shntn Ont Brooklyn.
BOSTON, Sept. . Boston today defeated
Brooklyn In a pitchers' battle, 1 to 0. Both
box men pitched excellently, but Willis
waa steadier than Mclntyre. Score:
AB.H.O.A M. AB.H.O.A. fj.
Abba-eh lo. sal 1 I I ft Dobba, cf.... 4 1 I ft ft
Tanaay, lb... I 111 Oglieckard. If. I 0 I 1 1
Dalaa. rf 4 1 1 0 OUumley. rf... 4 0 1 1 0
Dalehanty, If 1 ft 1 ft ft Oaralar, lb... I 0 I 1 0
Cano.ll, cf.. I ft I 0 ft Babb. lb I 4 10 0
ttaymtr, lb., I ft I 1 Lawla, aa I ft I 1 0
Btroabal, lb, 10 0 1 0 Malay, lb.... I ft 1 I ft
Koran, ....! ft I I 0 Bergen, c... I 0 t 1 ft
Wlllla. p.... I 0 I 8 ft Mclutyre, p. I I 1 1 ft
ToUU 84 8 87 13 Total Vft 8 14 "I
Boston 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1
Two-base hit: Abbatlcchio. Sacrifice hits:
Lewis, Connell. Stolen base: Dolan. Dou
ble Play: Ruymer to Tenney. First base
on balls: Oft Willis. 8; off Mclntyre. 2.
Hit with pitched ball: By Mclntyre, 3.
Struck out: By Willis, 8; by Mclntyre, 8.
Time: 1:RS. Umpire: Bauswlne. Attend
At New York-New York-Philadelphia
game postponed; wet grounds.
Standing; of the Teams.
Played. Won. Lost. Pet.
New York 118 84 84 . 713
Pittsburg "...124 81 43 .653
Chicago 122 72 (0 .6M
Philadelphia 118 3 66 .n.'S
Cincinnati la) 81 69 .503
SU Louis 124 44 78 .871
Top Buggies and Runabouts
Johnson & Danforfh
Have purchased the immense stock of Top Buggies and
llunabouts from the SATTLEY . MANUFACTURING
CO. and will place thera on sale at half price.
$70.00 Top Buggies for $35.00
$80.00 Top Buggies for $40.00
$00.00 Tp Buggies for $45.00
$100.00 Top Buggies for $50.00
J0IU1S011 & DAI1F0RTII,
S. W. C0E. 10th AND JONES STREETS
Entrance from west side of Tenth Street Viaduct.
Pnetnn 14 41 M .
Urooklyn 11 87 82 . 811
Oames torlay: Pittsburg at Chicago, Cin
cinnati at St. Louis.
OAMES 11 AMERICA ASSOnATIO
Milwaukee Wins Both Contests from
MILWAT'KER, Wis., Spt. t-Mllwaukee
took two games from Kansas City today,
the first by a score of 11 to A. and the sov
oftd, 3 to 0, Score, first game:
MlLWAt'K KK. KANSAS CUT.
AB H.O.A C. AB.H.O A C.
RnhtnwiB, aa I 1 4 I 1 Olltxrt, If... I ft I ft 1
ft ft a ridr. cl... I a I ft
ft ft ft Hill, rf I 1 ft ft ft
I 0 ft f'miglaa. lb.. 4 I I 1 I
lift 1'mre, lb 4 I 1 1 ft
I ft 1 Dnnohtla, aa. 4 1 I I 1
ft 1 tFranta. lb... I I I I ft
,ft ft Butlar, e
lift laball, p
9 ft ft
ft I 0 Talall..
O Brian, If .. I
Htmphlll cf I
Clark, lb I
Towna, c-lb. 4
SK'nrm'k. lb 1
B-tiii.. a.... I
M Ch.nr. rfSb 4
louthartr, p 1
Jackaon, p... I
II I 14 II I
Totals 11 11 17 I I
Milwaukee 10 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 11
Kansas City 0 0 0 t 0 1 0 0 03
Earned runs, Milwaukee, 6; Knnsns City,
1. Hits: tilt Jackson, 8 In eight Inning.
Two-base hits: Bateman, Frants (2), Hill.
Stolen base: Mcchsney. Base on balls:
Off Jackson. 2: off 1smI1, 1 Hit by pitched
ball: Gilbert. Wild pitch: Jackson. Struck
out: By Lougherty, 1; by Jackson, 1; by
Inbell, 3. Double plays: Robinson and
Clarke; Donohue, Frants and Douglas.
Sacilnce hits: Hobinson, Jackson. I .eft on
bases: Milwaukee, I; Kansas City, 11.
Time: 1:60. l'mplre: Kane.
Score, second game:
MILWAUKEE. KANSAS rtTT.
AB.H.O.A C. AB.H.O. A C.
RnMnaon, aa 4
O'Hrlan. If . 4
Bateman lb. 4
Hemphill', cf 1
Clark, lb.... I
Towna. o I
McCornVk.' lb I
M'Chaanar, rt I
Douguarty, p t
ft I I ftOllnart. If..
lift ftCaaoldv, ct.
ft II ft ft Hill, rf
ft I ft ft Dnuglaa. lb
111 ftCaatro. 8b..
ft I 1 ft I'onohua, as.
1 ft 4 ft Franta. lb
ft I ft ft Zearfoaa,
1 ft I ft Grip, p ..
.Bargains in Idsmobiles
This is the best chance anybody
ever had to get ai Oldsmobile
Totala 17 4 If It ft Totala 17 I 14 II I
Milwaukee .....0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 1-8
Kansas City 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Earned runs: Mllwaukoe. 1. Home run:
O'Brien. Stolen base: Hemphill. Base on
balls: Oft Dougherty. 7: off Eels. 3. Wild
pitch: Eels, btruok out: By Dougherty,
6; by Eels, 2. Double plays: McCormlck.
Robinson and Uuteman: Eels and Doug
las; Zvarfjss, Donohue and Frants. Sac
rifice hits: Clarke, Towne, Cassldy. Left
on bases: Milwaukee, 6; Kansas City, 8.
Time: 1:30. Umpire: Kane. Attendance:
rolnmhns wins notn Oames.
INDIANAPOLIS. Sent. 2. Columbus won
both games of a double-header from In
dianapolis today through the effective
work of J'ltchers Berger and Dorner.
Score, first gamei
AB.H.O.A.E. AB.H.O. AC.
Plckarlni, cf 4 1 1 1 ft McCraary, cf 4 1 I ft ft
V Moran, aa..., 4
ft Bnira, lb...
ft MaBBtr, lb.,
ft Thonay, If.
1 Farrcll. rf.
ft Ckrr, 3b
0 Weaar, e...
Pavla. rt 4
Hran, e 4
fongalton, If I
Kihu, lb 1
Hulawltt, as. 4
Clymer lb... 4
llarb.au,' lb.. 4
Berger, p.... I
Total II 7 17 11 1 Total! 31 4 17 10 ft
Columbus ., 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 02
Indianapolis 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
First base on balls: Off Morgan. 3: off
Berger, 8. Struck out: By Morgan, B; by
Berger, 7. Two-base hit: Ryan. Home
run: Hulswltt. Sacrifice hits: Klhm (2).
Stolen base: Clvmer. Passed ball:
Weaver. Left on bases: IndtanaDOlls. 7:
Columbus, 7. Time: 2:10. Umpire: King.
The second game was called In the eighth
Inning on account of darkness. Score:
Plrktrlng. cf I I I ft ft McCrwr, cf. 4 I 4 ft ft
o Moran, aa.... I 1 1 I
1 MUMIT, lb..
1 Farrcll, rf...
IyI rf I
Congalton, If 3
Klhm. lb.... 4
Hulswltt, aa. I
Clymer, 2b. .. 4
Rarbeau, 3b.. I
Itrown, c I
Lorner, p. .. . I
Totala II 7 14 7 I Totali 10 I 24 14 4
Columbus 1 0 2 0 111 08
Indianapolis 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 02
First base on ballsj Off Reldv, 1; off
Dorner, 1. Struck out: By Reidy, 2; bv
Dorner. 7. Wild pitches: Reidy (2). Hit
by pitched ball: By Roldy, 1. Two-base
hit: Congnlton. Three-base hits: Picker
ing, Hulswltt. Home run: Moran. Sacri
fice hits: Moran, Massey, Dorner, Brown,
Barbeau, Congalton. Double play: Roldy
to Moran to Massey. Stolen base: Thoney.
Passed ball: Zalusky. Left on bases: In
dianapolis, 7; Columbus, 1. Time: 1:46.
Toledo Khnts Oat Louisville.
TOLEDO, O., Sept. 8. Toledo shut out
Louisville today. Three local amateurs
played on the Louisville Infield and fielded
well. Platt equalled the strike out record,
fanning eleven men. Score: '
AB.H.O.A.E. AB H.O.A.C.
Clint-man. lb ft ft ft 1 ft Krrwln. cf.. 4 I 1 ft 4
1. Clarke. If 4 1 I 1 Hillmenfl If.. 4 1 I ft 4
ft ft Woodruff, lb 4
t I Daly, lb 4
ft ft Btoner, c 4
1 ft Lovett, aa... 4
ft ft Smith, lb.... 4
ft ft Srott, rf I
1 I Dickie, p.... I
Lee, rf 4
Demont, aa.. 4
Nanoa, lb.... I
Boyle, lb.... I
Netahbora, cf I
Land, c I
Platt, p...... 1
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home team meeting
score of S to 1.
defeat again by a
OAMES IN TUB AMERICAN LEAGUE
!ew York Shuts Ont Boston, One to
NEW YORK, Sept. 2. In a pitchers' hat
tlo between Orth and Winter the New
Yorks won from Boston today by a score
of 1 to 0. Score:
NEW YORK. BOSTON.
1 4 0 0 Enrkett, If.. 4 1 1 0 0
10 14 Parent, aa... 4 1 1 T ft
0 111 gtahl, cf 4 ft I 0 II
ft ft 1 ft Freeman, rf.. I ft 1 ft ft
0 4 11 Orlmehaw, lb 4 ft 14 1 ft
ft 10 1 ft Ferrla. Ib... 10 14ft
0 4 0 0 Cmer, c I 0 I ft 0
Ollft Winter, p... I I ft 1 ft
ft 0 I ft Collins, Ib... 4 1 ft I ft
Hahn, If 4
Keeler, rf.... 4
Elberfeld, aa I
Yager 3b... I
Wllllami, lb. 4
Cnnror, lb.., I
Fultt, cf I
MrOuIre, a.. I
Orth, p I
Totals it ft 17 II I Totala 12 I 14 1ft ft
New York 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1
Boston 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Two-base hit: Hahn. Sacrifice hits: El
berfeld, Freeman. Double play: Elberfeld
to Williams. Left on bases: New York,
; Boston 5. First base on errors: Boston,
2. Struck out: By Orth, 2: by Winter. 1.
Time: 1:30. Umpire: Hurst. Attendance,
Detroit Defeats t. Lonls.
ST. LOUIS. Sept. 2. Detroit defeated St.
Louis In the opening game of the series to
day and won 10 to 1. St. Ixuls tried a
new pitcher, Hsrry Abies ol the Texas
league, but Detroit hammered him off th
slab and hit Buchanan hard. The fielding
of, both teams was poor. Score:
DETROIT. , IT. LOI'IS.
AB.H.O.A.K. AB H.O.A.B.
Mrlnlyre, If 4 I I ft ft Stone, It ft ft ft ft
lie Ho k neld, lb I 0 I 4 ft
14 1ft Friak, rt..... 4 1111
lift ft Wallace, aa.. 4 I 1 I ft
0 1 ft ftJnnea lb I 1 11 1 ft
1 t I ftOleaenn, lb.. 4 114 0
.4141 1 Koehler, cf.. 4 ft I ft ft
.41 I ft 0 Sudden, C.... 4 0 4 1ft
i 4 1 I ft Ablea, p 0 0 ft 0 ft
Buchanan, p. I ft ft I 1
40 14 17 1 1 Kolh 1 ft 0 ft ft
Llndaar,' If.. 4
Bchaefer, lb. I
Crawford, rf. S
Cobb, of t
CouihllB, Ib I
Totala II I II I ft Totala 14 I 14 II 4
Toledo 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 ' 8
Louisville 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Two-bB hits: Kerwln, fitoner. Base on
balls: off Dunkle, 6. Btruck out: By
Platt, 11; by Dunkle, 4.' Left on bases:
Toledo, 4;. Louisville, t. Double plays:
Dunkle and Daly; Dunkle, Smith and Daly.
Sacrifice hits: Cllngman, Platt. Time:
1:30. Umpire: Owens. Attendance: 1,000.
At St. Paul Mlnneapolls-8t. Paul game;
StnndlaaY of th Teams.
Played. Won. I-ost.' Pet
Columbus .'.133 SI 46 .063
Milwaukee 1S1 78 U .696
Minneapolis 129 7 . 63 .W9
Louisville 130 ft 62 .b'ii
Indianapolis ........131 61 70 .46
Ht. Paul V 01 68 .473
Toledo 1SI 49 R2 .174
Kansas City 12S 40 84 .110
Oames today: Columbus at Indianapolis,
Louisville at Toledo, Milwaukee at Kan
sas City, St. Paul at Minneapolis.
Doable-Header nt Jetter Park.
The B. Jetters and victors will cross
bats for the second time this season and
a good game is looked for. as the Victors
have won one and want the second. The
way the Jetters are playing lately they will
have to play fast ball to get It. The game
win start promptly at i p. m., as tne Non
parella and Starlights will Play immedi
ately anerwara. iineup lor nrst game:
Jftters. Position. Victors
Kennedy Third Kell
Diamond ihort Kuoera
Van Cleave JtlRht Voherls
B. Collier .....First..
M. Collier Center....
8ml Hi Catcher..
Lyons Wins nt Decatur.
DECATUR. Neb.. Sept. l.-(8peclal.)-Lyons
defeated Decatur yesterday in a
ten-inning game by the score of t to i,
Stilts winning his own game with a hit
on top or Keicnie s two-bagger. The fea
ture of the game was the pitching of Stilts
and the batting of the Lyons team, who
knocked rage out of the box In the uvenlh
i-oik was replaced Dy Bradley, the St. Jo-
sepn man, ecore: H.I I.E.
Lyons 1 0 0 0 0 0 4 9 0 1 12 3
uecaiur i uuuuuzoi o 6 7
Two-base hits: Relchle (2), Cook, Brad
ley u). uouoie piay: nrner, Bradley and
Ellis. Struck out: By Stilts. 7: bv I"hk
4; by Bradley, i. Batteries: Lyons, Stilts
ana i arrant; iecatur, 1'age. Hradley and
Matney. Umpire: Heath. Time: 1:54. This
is i ne last game or tne season witn Lyons,
Deeatur having won two out of a series of
Hhopaaen Lose to Normals.
KEARNEY, Neb., Sept. I (Special Tele
gram.) The I'nlyu Pacific shop base ball
team of Omaha, considered the best ama
teur team In the state, played ball here
today with the Kearney Normals and was
defeated In a close game, the score stand
ing ii to 4 Batteries: Kearney, WrUurol
and Zalusky; I'nlon I'aclllc, Nllson and
Clair. Home run: David. Three-bane, hit:
Barta. Struck out: Welsbrod, 6; Nllson, 4.
Kearney A i 1 0 0 I 0 ( 1
Union Pacific .0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0-4 ( t
T. a .... .
1 ne local team.
badly dilapidated, succeeded In walloilng
noons touay. i to v. i oons. a lad rrom
Newton, waa in the Ikii for the locals
and waa opposed by MrKenna. Not an
earned run was made, all resulting from
errors. Store: , R.H E
Marnhalltown .. 0 0 0 J 0 0 1 7 t
Boone 0 0 0 0 0-0 7 1
McCook Again Loser.
McCOK. Neb., Sept. t. Special Tele,.
gram.) The carnival closed tonight with a
?eneral tolllncietlon on the streets. The
eeture of today was the base bell gam
between UcCuwk and Hayes Center, Mi ft
Totala U ft 17 II 1
Detroit 1 6 0 2 0 1 1 0 0-10
St. Louis 0 000000101
Earned runs: Detroit. A. Two-base hitat
O'Leary, Schaefer, Crawford, Coughlin.
Sacrifice hit: Llndaoy. Double plays: Wal
lace to Rockenfleld to Jones; O'Leary to
ticnaerer. rasaea ball: suguen. btolen
base: Bchaefer. Hit by pitched ball: By
Kltson. 2. First base on balls: Off Kit-
son, 2; off Buchanan, 1. Struck out: By
Kltson, 2. Hits: Off Abies, In one and
two-thirds Innings; off Buchanan. 10 In
seven and one-third Innings. Left on bases:
St. Louis, f; Detroit. 6. Time: 1:45. Um
pires: Connora and, McCarthy. Attend
. Cblenae) Dofenta levalaaA.
CLEVELAND, O., Sept. 2. Chicago de
feated Cleveland la a five-Inning game,
called on account of rain ana darkness,
by the score of .6 to 3. Score:
Holmaa, If... I 0 4ft OJarkaon, if.. I 1 I ft ft
1 Bar, cr 1 1 ft 0
1 Flick, rf I ft ft ft
ft Rtnrall, tb... I 1 ft ft
1 Turner, aa... I I 1 I
MoFarland e 1
Tannehlll, Ib I
Smith, p I
Sullivan, lb. I
.. I ft ft 1
.. 1 ft T ft
.. I ft I ft
Totala 11 1 IS ft 1
Totala IS I II 7 4
Chicago 0 1 H 0 4
Cleveland 0 2 0 0 1 t
First base on errors: Cleveland, 2. Two
base hits: Callahan, 2. Sacrifice tilt: Don
ohue. Base on balls: Off Hess, 2; off
Smith, 2. Hit with ball: Smith, 1. Left
on bases: Cleveland, o; Chicago. S. Struck
out: By Hess. 4; by Smith, 1. Paaaed ball:
Huelow. Wild pitch: Hess. Time: 1:20
Umpires: O'lxiughlln and Connolly. At
At Philadelphia Philadelphia-Washington
game postponed; rain.
Standing: of tb Teams.
Played. Won. Lost,
FAVORITE FINALLY WINS
Glenwood If Takes 2i09 Trot at Uarragan
tt Park, Unfinished Friday.
BARON GRATTAN WINS 2:06 PACE
Final Contest of the Meeting Proves
the Most Eicltln The
PROVIDENCE, R. I., Sept. 2. An excit
ing contest in the 3:06 pace brought the
Grand Circuit meet at Narragansctt Park
to a close today. The event was won by
Baron Orattan, driven by the veteran Geers.
The unfinished 3:09 trotting event from
Friday's. card was the first race to be de
elded and was finally won by the favorite,
Olenwood M, who, at the time of post
ponement yesterday evening, did not havo
a heat to his credit. The Boman and Jim
Ferry having one each. (He took the third
and fourth heats in good time. Summaries:
Trotting, 2:00 class, two in three, purs
Glenwood M., br. h. (I McDon
Jim Kerry, g. g. (Frank) t
The Roman, b. g. (Roths) 1
Direct View, br. h. (De Ryder) 4
Runa. b. m. (Curry) 8
Brownie Wilton, b. h. (Benyon)..,
Oracle Keller, b. m. (Coxe)
Kent, ch. g. (Brlckenhoff )
Kid Shay, b. g. (Kosenmeler)
Time: 2:10V. lOSfc. 3:08V. 2.10.
Trotting, 2:11 class, purse 11,000:
Robert Mc, b. g. (Jolly)
Roberta, b. m. (Hnyden)
Hardwood, blk. g. (Saundors)
Thorn Boy, g. g. (Patterson)
MiRs-ln-Law, br. m. (Thomas)....
Time: 2:13, 2:(i, 3:10.
Trotting, 1:07 class, two In three, purse
Wentworth, blk. sr. (McCargo).
George O, b. g. (QeerS)
McKlnley. b. g. (Benyon)
Snyder McGregor, cfi. g. (Hogan)
New York .
St. Louis 118
Oames today: Detroit
Cleveland at Chlcagf).
St. Louis Wist Ulvlnir Championship.
NKW YORK. Sept. 2.-Dr. George H.
Sheldon of the Missouri Atlantic club of
St. Louis won the diving championship
of the United States at Travers inland this
afternoon. It was one of the greatest
competitions ever seen In this country.
C. M. Daniels of the New York Atliletic
club easily won the 2lo-yard Amerlean
chamtilonshln by ten yards from Build
Goodwin with Schwarts of St. Louis third.
Southern I.eagae Games,
At Atlanta New Orleans, 1; Nashville, 0.
At Chattanooga Montgomery, 4; Slireve-
At Memphis first game, xuempnia ;
Birmingham. 2. Second game, Memphis,
13; Birmingham, 0.
At Little Rock First game, Atlanta, ;
Little Rock, 0. Second game. Atlanta, 6;
Little Rock, 5. (Called on account of dark
"Kid" Parker Visits In Omaha.
'Kid" Parker, a Nebraskan by birth and
Coloradoan by adoption. Is visiting his
cousin in Omaha. H. 8. Parker. "Kid"
Parker Is on his way to Portland, wnere
he will meet Harry Queenan In a twenty
round bout this month, parser was born
t Arlington and has been there vlxlting
his mother. He Is making his headquar
ters In Denver.
A double heuder Sunday and a double
header Monday will be played at Vinton
Street I'sik by Slous ( Ity and Omaha
The managements have decided to plsy off
a poatixini'l game Bunuuy. I ne rormer
games begin at 2:3U p. in. Jack Pfelster
ms he will pnch both games Monday.
tors Play at Memphis.
The Btors team goes to Memphis today
for two games, and Labor day plays at
Charley Herr. b. h. (CahlUJ.
Pacing, 2:06 class, two In three, purse
Baron Grattan, b. g. (fleers) 4 1 1
The Frlond, blk. h. (Tyson) 1 4 3
Joe Pointer, b. h, iRosenheimer), 2 8 3
Charier Hot, br. h. (Lntlmer) I ids
Black Hal, blk. g. (Walker) 6ro
Time: 2:06, 2:06V 2:06.
RYBONBY WINS CENTURY ITAKEI
Keene's Chnmslon Colt Sells at 1 to SO
In the Betting.
NEW YORK, Sept. I Before a crowd of
20.OUO persons James H. Keene's cham
pion 3-year-old colt Hyspnby, winner of the
Great Republic, Lawrence Realisation and
the Iroquois stakes today sdded to his al
ready long list the S20,u)0 Century stakes at
Sheepshead Bay. Bysonby was held at the
prohibitive price of 1 to 20 and many books
refused to put up any price against him.
In his two years of racing Sysonby has
been defeated only once, and that was last
year In the Futurity, when Artful and Tra
dition led him home, including his vic
tory In the Century today he has won the
enormous sum of 180,0u0.
The Century Is for 8-year-olds and up,
weight for age, a gallop of one and a half
miles. Sysonby won easily by two lengths.
Broomstick took the place with Eugenia
Yankee Consul won the 810,000 Flatbush
stakes at seven furlongs. He took the
lead at the start and won by a length from
Timber, who waa a head before Whimsical.
First race, steeplechase, full course:
Buck O'Dowd won. Pious second, Grandpa
third. Time: t:l4k.
Second race, six furlongs: Pat Bulger
won. Madjoram second, Cloten third. Time:
Third race, seven furlongs: Yankee Con
sul won. Timber (coupled) second, Whsm
slcnl third. Time: 1:26.
Fourth race, mile and a half: Sysonby,
115. Nlcol (1 to 20) won. Broomstick, 1M.
Martin (12 to 1) second. Kugnnla Burch, 133,
Uealman (30 to 1) third. Time: 3:36.
Fifth race, five and a half furlongs: Iso
lation won. Sterling second, Oddella third.
Sixth race, mile and a sixteenth, on turf:
Don't Ask Me won. Pronta second, Fleur
de Marie third. Time: l:4H-
MRS. DEHIXG WIS! CHAMPIONSHIP
Defeats Mrs. Anderson of Hlnsdal
4 Up II to Play.
CHICAGO, Sept. 2.-Mrs. C. L. Derlng of
Midlothian country club today defeated
Mrs. W. France Anderson of Hinsdale, 4
uo 2 to ulav In the finals for the western
golf championship at the Homewood coun
try ciuo course anil earnen tne title re
llnquloli.Nl by Miss Frances Everett of Fx-
moor, when the latter succumlied In the
Seeond round to Mre. Anderson.
Not since the days when Mrs. B. S.
Horne, Miss Bessie Anthony, the Pittsburg
rlrl. used to rapture the premiership of
the west annually, has there been a more
clear cut victory than that of the sturdy
rlsyer rrom Midlothian. Htie ntialinen vfltn
lie only three to score less than l'Xi. and
won from Mrs. J. W. f'rlver. Mrs. A. T.
II. Brower. and Miss Ruth Steele, to get
Into the finals The runner-up todav hsd
beaten Miss Everett. All square at tho
turn becauHe she failed at vital times to
make her deadly Iron shots come off. the
new champion soon cllnehed the victory
by some marvelous midlron strokes. Never
un in the malcn until tne eigntn green.
Mrs. Derlng look a derided brace and
thereafter It was easy work.
Last nlcht s cloudburst had made some
of the lower half of the course unplayuhle
rd provisional nine-hole course waa se
lected for the Championship eltrhteen-hole
luials. constating of the hist, second, third,
fourth, fifth, the cross-over to the fif
teenth green and the sixteenth and eigh
teenth holes. A driving rain prevailed dur
ing most of the play for the first half,
dranching lioth principals and the gallery
Of enlhustnats following them.
Mrs. Anderson won tlis first bole, Mrs.
The 1906 Queen Model
$1,000 Side Entrance
KARBAGH AUTOMOBILE AND VEHICLE GO,
13TH AND HOWARD STS., OMAHA
Derlng knocked her rival's bai. In the!
hole for a three. The match was squared
at the next hole and again at the seventh
and ninth. Mrs. Derlng then forged to the
front and dormle three, won the decisive
hole with a perfect midlron shot of 150
yards dead to the flag.
AVERAGES OF THE OMAHA TEAM
Record of the Players for the Entire
Benson I'p to Date.
Following will be found the playing rec
ord of every man who has worn an Omaha
uniform during a championship game this
summer. It will be noticed that the extra
men, with the exception of Lawler, and
Bradley's fielding, havee fallen away short
of making good, and weree In every game
an element of weakness. This has been
but a portion of the hard luck that hits
attended Omaha during the seuson. Law
ler'a record In the sixteen gameso he has
played Is a splendid showing. The figures:
Ixilan ' ....
Games. AB. R. H. Ave. Week.
.... 80 104 8 20 .279 .24
... 122 462 61 122 .IMS
... 16 M 6 1 5 . 269 . 2-'2
... 114 460 65 115 . .261
... 117 44 79 100 .248 .26,1
... 121 412 6i H .217 .147
... 121 4t. 68 112 .244 .1T.2
... H0 SS6 62 ii .242 .246
... 92 823 32 77 ,m .r
... 80 2 7 .233 .2:U
... 7 26 3 6 .231 .2i
... 37 12 16 29 .226 .232
... 2 10 0 2 .2V .20
1 , 4 10 0 3 .2'.w .2'0
... 115 372 48 70 .1S8 .18
.. 36 120 IS 21 .175 .ITS
... 17 65 4 8 .145 .Uj
... 3) 12 5 1 .',7
... 14 60 6 I .130 .120
... 8 11 H 1 .wm
... 1 3 0 0
... 3 3 10
...122 4004 611 983 . 233 . 234
A. E. TO. Ave.Week.
64 0 64 l.O'i 1 "0
9 0 16 l.OO l.MU
3 0 3 l.uiO l.uiO
110 6 674 .!'l .!2
42 30 918 .97;! .il
5 3 fit .99 .Mr
44 8 M .970
ht ,346 ,t3
74 4 e4 .951 .947
348 38 6M2 .944 .944
91 6 li6 .943 . 946
38 ( K3 .( .948
14 11 170 .9311 .9(7
76 7 4 .926 .930
60 23 291 .924 . 924
310 62 74S .918 .915
236 4 ?: 9m .904
13 3 20 9"0
Jl 8 16 .87 .8 if
3 4 24 .KJ .U3
10 8 14 .7-6 .M"
3 t t .667 .Ui7
1560 254 6H22 .910 .951
2:11 this was the fastest four-heat race
on a half-mile truck in the state.
Buckeye Militia Rifle Team Finishes
First with Srore of II.'IH.
SEA GIRT. N. J.. Sept. 2.-Thls. the flnnl
day of the military rille shoot tournament
here, was given out exclusively to the
pryden trophy match, the principal prlzo
In which Is the I4.00O trophv presented bv
John F. Drvilen, United States senator
from New Jersey. The rom(etit!on wus
open to teams or eight members each from
Infantry end cavalry branches of thn
army of the United States, the navy, the
marine corps, the United States military
academy, the naval academy and the Na
tional Guard of the several states and ter
ritories Including the District of Col urn
bla. The match was won by Ohio, with
grand total of 979 out of a possible 1.200.
New Jersey captured the trophy last year,
took second prize today with a total of
956. The third prire went to the Infantry
team of the United States army, whoso
score was 938.
Miss Rntton Wins Championship.
CINCINNATI. O., Sept. 2.-Mlrs May Sut
ton won the championship of the trl-stat
tournament todiiy by defeating Miss Me
Atoer of Pittsburg. The Pittsburg gi.l
was outclassed at every stage of tho game
and could not score a game off her cele
brated antagonist. Krelgh Collins of Chi
cago defeated R. D. Little of New York
In straight sets. In so doing Collins won
the right to play Heal C. Wright for the
championship of the tournament on Mon
day. Miss Sutton wns defeated for the first
time since she has galnu prominence hi
the tennis world today, when, coupled wltn
Miss Lubi Hi Mrii of Cincinnati, she whs
defeated by Miss Helen HomauB of New
York und Miss McVteer.
The golf match nt the Field club Sat
urday afternoon was for the I'lsher-Ia wi I"
trophy, thirty-two to iiuallfy, without
ha ndlcaps. These gtinllfled:
Buyer, O. Allen. W. C. Davison. Prlnr.
Trlsiile, P. (V fiavlson, Jones, Nichols,
l'almatler. Griffith, Porter, Epmnter.
Thomas. Shields, J. Allen. Townsend, Colt,
Chambers. J. Ii. Clarke. Hunt, A. C. Davi
son. 11. M. Perkins. Kemper. I'a'sh. Hill.
Sholls, Cuiidlff, Morrell, La Doucleur,
Iloel, McNaughton. Reckard.
Chicago Races Postponed.
CHICAGO, Sept. 2 The Intercity Driv
ing club races at Washington Park were
postponed today until Monday because of u
Entries for State Fair Haees.
LINCOLN, Sept. 2.-(Speclal Telegram.)
Entries for the 2:27 and 2:3i paces at the
slate fair, the former to be run Mond.iv
and the latter Wednesday, are as follows:
l'srlng. 2:27 cls: Mllford Vincent, b. h.,
C. W. Murray (TFllley: Dutch, b. g., W. 1U
Adams of Lincoln; Rebel, b. a., M. Gallt
gher of Fremont; Jenr.le l.ee, s. m., J. Neir
fon of Raymond; Rene Wilkes, g. m., H. 11.
Huston of Omaha: Marcouettes. b. m , J.
LundKren of Lincoln; Major l.ee, b. s., J.
M. Patterson of Humboldt.
Paring, 2-85 rinse- Hed Hob, s g . J. M.
Patterson of Humlx.Idt; F.dille Ward, g. .,
R. D. Conroy of York; Jennie Lee. s. m.,
J. Neglon of Raymond; Maccourttes. h. in.,
J. B. I.undgren of Lincoln; Kena Wilkes,
f. m., H. B. Huston of Omaha.
At IHiughcrty arrived with Han Antonio
Pete, the trotting steer, this evening.
Racing; at Battle Creek.
BATTLE CREKK. Neb, (Special.) The
Closing day of the race meet here, yester
day, aaa a record breaker in point of at
tendance. In the 2:4u trot or pare. 1'1
purse. Macknetta won in three straight
heats; Lorket, aecond. Time. 2:S3. In the
free-for-all trot or pace, $JO purse, John
A. Hicks won In three straight heats;
Plenty, second. Time. 2.17. In the free-
for-all running. IT!
Kittle O second.
YOU'VE NO IDEA
Of the wonderful merit In Hostetter's
Htomnrli Hitter or the amount of good
It will do you until you try a bottle
You'll be agreeably surprised and won
der why you suffered so long when tbU
medicine wait within reach to cure you.
Is the only medi
cine to take when
75 purse, St.
Fast Tim at Aabarn.
AUBURN. Neb., Sept. 1 (Sperlal )
Among the rsres at the county fair yes
terday the 2 10 pace was won by Pplll.
ltiere wars four beats, lbs Urns being
poor, tongue coat
ed, head aches or
ed. You'll find In It
sure relief. Thou
sands haye already
been cured of
emaVe Ills r
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