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PHILADELPHIA. Sept. . Tho record
crowd of tha season today saw Chicago de
feat Philadelphia In tbe third gum of the
series. More than 18,000 spectators were
Jammed In the pavilion and the field aeata
and the crowd overflowed to the outfield.
handicapping the players. Plank and Owen
were the opposing pitcher and both wara
hit freely. The score remained a tie until
the seventh Inning, when Oreen'a tingle
scored Iebell and J. Davis, riving- Chicago
a lead of two nine. The locals soored on
In the eighth, but Owen's grand pitching
prevented them from winning. Score:
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Jcmea, ef ( lit Hertiel. Ui I I t I
Iebell. lb.... 4 111 ILiMl . Ills
O Darte, aa.. I I 4 I 1 H. Parle, lk. 4 1 t 1
laiianen. ii.. i i L. Oroee, lb.. 4 lief
l'onooue. lb.. 4 I II 0 0 STboH. rf... 4 1 1 S S
Oreen. rf I ItS t Murphr. lb.. 4 lilt
SulllTen. e...l 0 4 M. ('ran, n.. 4 1 1 I t
Tannehlll, lb 4 t 1 I t Srhreck, .... 4 lilt
Own, 4 0 t 1 t Flint a I t 1 I t
Knlgnt 1 t I t
Totals M 11 IT II 1 :
Totals IT It IT It I
Batted for Plank In ninth.
Chlcaa-o i n o n n n t n A i
Philadelphia 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 03
Left on bases: Chlrairo. IS: Phllnrielnhla.
7. Stolen banes: O. Davis, Sullivan. Two
base hits: Donohue, Hartsell. Callahan. H.
Davis, o. Davis, Lord, Schreek. Home run:
jnurpny. uouDie play: u. Davis to Dono
hue. Struck out! By Plank. 6; by Owen. .
Bases on balls: Off Plank. 4. Hit by
pitcher: Sullivan. IsbeU. Time: 1:10. Um
pires: O'Loughlln and Hurst. Attendance:
Even Break In Boston.
BOSTON. Sent. 1.-Hnnnrl were even
today, Detroit taking the first game 1 to S
by bunchinar hits and Boston the second 4
to 1. Score first game:
sfclntyra. If.. I tit t Parent, as.... I t 4 4 t
Unclear, lb.. I 0 I 0 t Buhl, ct 4 t 1 t t
Schaafer. lb.. 4 1 I 1 t I'nglaub, lb.. I t I t
Crawford, rf. 4 1 I t Rurkett, It... 4 1 1 t I
Cobb, at 4 I I t t Freeman, lb.. 4 t 14 1 t
Coughlln, lb. till fteihach, rf..,4 I t
O'Leary, ..till t Ferrla, lb.... 4 t t 1 t
Warner. O....0 t 0 0 t Armbrueter, al t 4 1 1
Drill, e I t t 0 t Tannahlll, p. I 0 1 7 0
Wlgge. p I t t 1 t Oodwln 1 t t t t
Totals II 7 IT T t ToUla.
Batted for Tannehlll In ninth.
Detroit 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0-S
Boston 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 02
Sacrifice hits: Lindsay, Coughlln. Stolen
bases: Drill (2), Parent, Stahl. Double
flay: Tannehlll to Parent to Freeman.
First base on balls: Off Tannehlll, 1: off
tVIggs, 6. Struck out: By Tannehlll, 6; by
Wlggs, 6. Wild pitch: Viggs. Time: 1:42.
Score second game:
Parent, aa.... I 0 1 t t Molntyrs, rf.. I till
Stab I. ef 4 1 t 1 t LlDdaaa. lb.. I t T 1 t
I'nglaub, 3b.. I 1 t I OSchaeter, lb.. I t 1 t 1
Burltett If... I 1 I t t Crawler!, rf.. I 1 t t t
Freeman, lb. I 1 T t t Cobb, of I 1 I t t
Belbecb, rf... I 0 1 t t Coughlln. lb. I 1 t I t
K.rna, lb.... I 1 1 I 10'Lrj. as... I t t I t
t ruer, c I 1 I t Doran, c 1 S I 1 1
Harrla. e I 1 t 1 t KltaoS. D 1 t 1 1 1
Placo, p 1 t I t
Totals U 111 1 1
Totala M I It 11 4
Boston v. 0 110 10 4
Detroit 0 0 0 0 0 0 11
Darkness stopped the game.
Two-base hits: Unglaub, Ferris. Three
base hit: Coughlln. Bacrlflce hits: Ferris,
Parent. Stolen bases: Mclntvre. Unglaub.
Selbach, Ferris. Hits: Off Kittson, t In three
Innings; off Disch, S In four innings. Bases
on balls: Off Harris, 1; off Kittson, 1. Struck
out: By Harris, S; by Dlsch, 1. Time: 1:4a
Umpire: Connolly. Attendance: 7,141.
Washington Wins Two Games.
WASHINGTON. Sept. 30. Washington's
timely hitting today gave them both games
of a double-header. The second game waa
called at the end of the seventh Inning on
account of darkness. Score, first game:
WASHINGTON. ST. LOUIS.
C.Jonas, ef.. 4 1. 1 1 t Stona, If 4 1 4 t I
Caaaidr, aa... 4 I I I I Rork Bald. ft 4 t t 1 e
Hickman lb.. 4 14 16 Prick, rf I 1 1 t t
Hualamaa, If. 4 t I t t Wallaoa, aa... I t I 1 t
8unl. lb I 111 IT. Jonas, lb.. 4 lilt
Kill, lb I 1 1 0 tOlaaaoa. lb.. I t t I t
Stanltr, rf... I lit fKothler, ef... 4 1110
Haydon, a.... I 1 t I OBusdan, a.... 1 tilt
Townaesd, p. I 0 1 3 t Rudhoff. p.,.. I t I 1 0
'VanZant ....1 t t t t
Totals it 1 17 It l Bpancar ... 1 1 t t 0
Totals U tUll I
Batted for Sugden in ninth.
Batted for Buuhoff In ninth.
Washington 0 0 0 4 0 0 1 0 5
St. Louis 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 02
Karned runs: Washington, 1. Two-base
hit: Hickman. Three-base hit: Stahl. Sao
rillce hit: Stanley. Stolen base: T. Jones.
Double play: Cassldy to Hickman to Stahl.
Left on bases: Washington, 1; St. Louis, t.
First base on balls: Off Townsend, 1; off
Sudhoff, 1. First base qn errors: St. Louis,
1. Hit by pitched ball: By Townsend, 1;
by Sudhoff, L Struck out: By Townsend, S:
by Sudhoff, t. WUd pitches: Sudhoff, 1;
Townsend, L Time: 1:49. Umpire: Mc
Carthy. Score, second gamel
WASHINGTON. ST. LOTJIS.
C. Jones, of.. I 4 I 0 t Stona, If I I 0 t I
Caaaldy. aa... I t I I t Roek'aala, lb I I 1 I t
Hickman, ib.. I III lKrlak, rf I I I t
Hueleman, If. 4 1 t t 0 Wallaoa, aa... I I I I 0
Stahl, lb I t t 1 IT. Jonaa, lb.. 4 I T I 0
Mil, Ib I I t 1 tOleaaon. lb.. I t t 1
Stanley, rf... I 1 t 0 0 Kaehler. at... 4 110 1
Knoll, a 4 14 1 I Spencer, ....! tilt
Falkenberg, pi 0 t I 1 Howell, p.... 4 1 0 I t
Hotaceb ....It ttt a
Total 14 11 II I I
. Totals.... ..M 19 11 11 I
Batted for Falkenberg in the seventh.
Washington 3 0 V 0 1 0 (10
8t. Louis 6 0 0 3 0 2 09
Earned runa: Washington, 4; St. Louis. 2.
Two-baso hits: HueUman, Knoll, Hick
man t.2), Rockenneld, Wallace, 1. Jones.
Howell. Sacrifice hits: Rockenneld (2),
Frick, Gleason. Stolen bases: Huelaimn
Mill, Stanley, Stone, T. Jones. Koehler (1),
Spencer. Left on bases: Washington, 8:
St. Louis, 6. First base on balls: Off
Falkenherg, 6; off Howell, 2. First base
on errors: St. Louis. 1- Washington, 1.
Hit by pitched ball: By Falkenberg. 2; by
Howell, 2. Struck out: By Falkenberg, 2;
by Howell, 6. Wild pitches: Falkenberg,
S. Time: 2:00. Umpire: McCarthy.
Even Break at New York.
NEW YORK. Sept. 30.-The New York
and Cleveland teams met for the lust time
this season In a double-header and broke
vn. The locals won the first guise. 7 to
8. and the visitors took the second 1 to 0,
the game being called on account of dark
ness at the end of te firth inning. Fults
and Elberfeld of the home team were so
verely Injured In the fourth Inning In the
earlier game, when they had a head-on col
lision while chasing a. fly ball In left center
field. Both men were carried to the club
house, where an ambulance surgeon ut
tended to Elberfeld, but Fults had to be
removed to a hospital. Score, first gams:
NBW YORK. CLXVt'I-AND.
Hakn, If -of... a lit I Bay ef I I I t t
Keeler. rf.... I lit 1 rootaltoa if. H I M
Klberfela. aa. 1 1 1 1 I Buelow, lb... I lull
boufherly. If I 1 1 a o Bradley, lb.. 4 till
Caaao. lb 4 1 T 4 I Turner, as.... 4 I I I I
I .a porta, lb... 4 III I Bar baas, lb.. 4 tilt
Pulla. cf 1 t I Heaa. If 4 a
Connor, lb... I 111 Clark, a 4 III
Kleicow, a... 4 I 4 1 I Bombard, p.. ( I I t
locknian. Ib. 4 114 1 Waseteld ..!!
Lry. p Itlll
1 t t I t ToUls. M It 14 It
Hogg, p 1 1 t t 1
Totals M II IT M I
Batted for Bernhard in ninth.
Batted for Leroy in seventh.
New York 2 0 0 1 0 0 2 2 T
Cleveland 0 0 0 1 0 1 3 0 05
First base on errors: New York. 1; Cleve
land, 1. Left on bases: New York. 3; Cleve
land, t. Bases on balls: Off Hogg, 1; off
Bernhard, 2. Struck out: By Hogg, 1; by
Bernhard, 1 Three-base hits: Keelui, Chasf
Bradley. Two-baas hit: Connor. Kacrirtce
bit: Elberfeld. Stolen bears: Laporte, Bay
Barheau. Double play: Bradley to Barbeau
to Buelow. Wild pitch: Leroy. Hits: Off
Leroy, 9 in seven Innings; off Hogg, 1 in two
Inninss. Time: 2:00. Umpires: Connor and
Score, second game:
CLEVELAND. MEW TOgg.
Bay. ef I 1 1 1 I Hahn, ef t 1 I I I
( onneltoa. rf. I I I I ! Keeler. rf I I t I
Buelow. lb... I 14 1 IDouakertr U I I I I t
Bradley, lb. . I 111 t ( haee, aa .... I tilt
Turner, aa ...I lit I Laaorla. Ib... 1 t a
barbeau. lb. . 1 1 1 i I oi.nor. b...t 14 11
Hn. If I III I Klelnow, c , 1 I a
lark, a 114 1 t I'o. km. a. Ib. Itlll
. 9 v a ruumasa. p. I 1 1 1
Total. IT 4 11 I I Total. It 4 IS I I
ClevJand 1 S S
New York 0 0 0 0 00
first base oa balls: OS 1'ultmann. 3; oil
West, 3. Ptritek out: By putlman. I: by
West. I. Three-base hits: Puttman. Brsd
ley. Pa orifice hit: Harhau. Ivnible plav!
Pay to Buelow. Hit by pltchd ball: Hy
West. I. Time: 1 :W. Umpires: Sheridan and
Connor. Attendance: l.fto.
taadlnn of tbe Tensas.
Flayed. Won. Lost. Pet.
Philadelphia 141 7 M .17
Chicago its ft JT .7
ltrolt ) 7 7i g,4
Cleveland 1 75 73 .Or?
Boston le 71 74 ,4f)
New York 141 SO 71 .4)
Washington 144 61 M .4?4
Bt. Louis 14 U 94 .SH
No games today.
GAMES IH THE X4TIOSA1. I.EAOIB
Plttsbarg Wins First Contest from
Brooklyn end Seconal la n Tie.
PT.TT8BURO. Sept. . Pittsburg won
the first game and the second was railed
at the end of the eighth Inning to let
Brooklyn catch a train. Score, first game:
Clarke, If.... I III t Lumtey, rf...4 lilt
Oanley, rf ... 4 lit tthw-kerd. .. 1 t I
Flanagan at. I I 1 I OVaaler. lb... I I 11 I I
Wagner, aa... 4 lit I Batch. Ib I I I 1 I
Brain, Ib 4 111 4 Hummel, la.. 4 I I t 1
Hirbr-ndt, Ik 4 1 IT I Lewie, sa 4 till
Rltrhay, Ib... I 114 I Malay, of 4 I I t t
Olbeoa, a I t I I Rltter, 4 1 4 I 1
Caee. p 4 4 I I Bases, p 4 1 S 4 9
Totals It II 11 IT I Totals I II M 14 1
Pittsburg 0 9 1 3 3 1 1 0 I
Brooklyn 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1-1
Earned runs: Pittsburg, E; Brooklyn, 1.
Two-base hits: Clark. Wagner. Hllle
brand, Rltchey, Hummel. Oessler. Three
base hit: Flanagan. Sacrifice hits: Oan
ley, Rltchey. Stolen bases: Oanley, Brain,
Lumley. Double plays: Rltchey to Hills
brand; Hummel to Lewis; Batch to Hum
mel. First base on balls: Off Case, 1; off
uason, 4. Htruca- out: By case, l; hy
Esson, 4. Time: 1:66. Umpire: Emslie.
Score, second gams:
Clarke. It.... I III I Lumley. rf... 4 1 I I t
Oanley, rf.... t 1 t 0 t Shec-kard, It.. 4 lilt
rianagan. ef. 4 t I I t Oeeoler. lb... 4 I II 0 t
Wagner, aa... I 114 I Batch. Ib 4 lilt
Brain, Ib 4 111 t Hummel. Ib. . 4 lilt
Hll'br'ndt, lot 1 t I 0 Lewie, aa 4 1111
Rltcher. lb... I I I I t Malay, ef 1 1 I t I
Olbaon, e.... 1 III IBergen, e I till
Klnaalla, p... I 10 1 tRItter. a I tilt
Mclntyra, p.. I t 1 t t
Totals 14 IM9I
Totals 14 t 14 II 1
Pittsburg 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1-3
itrooKiyn 1 o v u o v i z
Earned runs: Pittsburg: 1: Brooklyn. 1.
Two-base hits: Wagner, Lewis. Three-base
hit: Lumley. Sacrifice hits: Kitctiey,
Malay. Stolen bases: Flanagan, Ulbson,
Oessler. Double plays: Batch and Oessler:
Molntyre and Oessler. Bases on balls: Off
Mclntyre, . Hit by pitched ball: Wagner,
Olbson. Struck out: By Klnsella, 8; by
Mclntvre, 2. Time: 1:30. Umpire: Emslie.
Boston Shots Ont Cblengo. -
CHICAOO. Bept. 30 Boston finished their
season here today and won the game 3 to 0.
Wicker pitched better ball than Fraoer, but
his fumble of an easy bunt spoiled his good
work and was largely responsible for the
two runs. The great work of both short
stops waa a feature. Score :
BOSTON. ' CHICAOO.
Ab'tleehlo, as 4 1 1 t 1 Slagle. ef.... I tilt
Tenney lb... I I It t 1 Lobert, lb.... I tilt
Dol.n, rf 4 III t Chance, lb... I 111 I
Delehaaty, If, I t I t I SchuKe, If... 4 t I I I
WoWert'n. Ib4 111 t Tinker, aa.... I I 1 T I
Canned, rf... I 1 t t I Maloney, rf, . 4 I 9 t t
Raymer, lb... 4 I I I I Erara. lb..... I 0 14 1
Needham, s. 4 14 1 t Kllng, e I tilt
Fraser, p I t t I I Wicker, p.... I till
McCarthy ... 1 0 t t t
Total II t 17 14 I Caaey 1 t I t I
Totala II I IT It I
Boston 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 03
Chicago 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Left on bases: Chicago, Hi Boston, .
Two-base hits: Raymer. Sacrifice hit:
Delehanty. Stolen base: Chance. Double
plays: Tinker and Chance, Lobert and
Evers and Chance; Evers, Abbattchlo and
Tenney; Wolverton and Tenney. Struck
out: By Wicker, 3; by Fraser, 3. Bases on
balls: Off Wicker, 8; off Fraaer. 7.- Time:
1:35. Umpire: ODay. Attendance: 6,200.
Philadelphia Piles tp Big Score.
CINCINNATI, Sept 30. Two of Cincin
nati's new pitchers were badly punished In
today's game, each lasting a traction over
three innings. Lush, pitching for Philadel
phia, kept the borne team's hits well scat
tered. Oleason's - batting was & feature.
PHILADELPHIA, .:. CINCINNATI.
Thomas, ef... I lit V Hugging, lb.. 4 t I a I
Glee eon Ib... I 1 1 I Berry, 4b 9 19 1 I
Courtney, lb. t 9 I I ISeymoer, at.. I I I S 1
Magee, If I lit DCoreoran, aa.. 4 1 1 1 1
Tltua, rf I I I I t Stelnfoldt, lb 4 1 4 1 I
Branaaald. lb I I t I 1 Hlnchman, II. 4 l t o
Doolln, a.... I S I I iSlegle, rf I 14 11
Dooln, I 4 11 I Street, e 4 1 1 1 I
Luan. p 4 I I 1 tVowlnkel. p.. 1 t t 1 I
jonna, p 1 v v o e
Total 4T II IT 9 1 Kelley 1 I I I I
Walker, p.... 1 1 0 t I
N ToUla 14 T 17 t 4
Batted for Johns ln seventh.
Philadelphia 1 0 14 10(1 0-15
Cincinnati 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1-3
Earned runs: Cincinnati, 1; Philadelphia,
10. Two base hits: Magee, Titus, Brans
field. Barry. Three base hits: Gleason,
Doolln, Walker. Stolen bases: Seymour,
2. Double plays: Corcoran, Huggtna and
Barry; Btelnfeldt and Barry. First base on
balls: off Vowlnkel. 1; off Lush, 4; off
Johns, 1. Sacrifice hit: Lush. Hits: off
Vowlnkel g In three and one-third Innings;
off Johns, 13 In three and two-third In
nings; off Walker, 2 in two innings. Time:
2:00. Umpire: Klem. Attendance: 2,01m).
Sew York Bents St. Lonls.
ST. LOUIS, 'Sept. 30. After the third.
New York clayed horse with the local team.
the visitors refusing to run out hits and
doing everything in their power to end the
game quickly, ucore:
. NEW YORK. ST. LOUIS.
Breanahaa, a, 1 1 1 t t Dunleaer. If. 4 I I I I
Browne, rf,,. I lit tgmeot. cf 4 t I 1 I
Donlln, ef....l lit Beck ley. lb.. 4 1 10 1 I
MoOann, lb.. 4 lit I tArndt. Ib 4 lilt
Hirut, u ... 4 lis o Hlrnee ri. ... 4 lit
Dahleu, aa....l 114 I Le.hr, e I 14 0 1
Davits, lb.... I 111 tHoelek'ter. Ib 4 1 t 1 t
Meal, Ib I III IMcBrtde, aa.. 4 I t I 0
Gilbert, lb...l 110 t Brown, p I tilt
Strang, lb.... I Sill
Amea, p 1 1 I I I ToUla U I IT 11 1
Clarke, a 114 9s
Elliott, p.... 1 I I 1 I
Totala...... IT 11 IT T 9
New York 0 0610100 1-9
St. Louie 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0-1
Earned runa: St. Louis, 2; New York, 6.
Two base hits: Leahy. Dahlen. Gilbert.
Three base hits: Beckley, Mertes. Double
play: Beckley, (unassisted). Stolen bases
Browne, McGann, Mertes, Devlin. . Hit by
pitched bail: by Brown. I. Wild niton
Brown, 1; Elliott, 1. Hits: off Ames, 6 In
nve innings; off Elliott, 2 In four Innings.
Bases on balls: off Brown, 4. Struck out:
by Brown. I; by Ames, 3; by Elliott, 1.
Left on bases: St. Louis, 6; New York,
9. Time: 1:32. Umpires: Pears and John
stone. Attendance: 2,100.
Standing of the Tonaas.
Plaved. Won. Lost. Pet.
New York 146 102 - 42 .70S
Pittsburg 146 M 52 .644
Chicago 146 N6 1 .f,.
Philadelphia 144 80 64 .t&i
Cincinnati 14S 74 "2 .607
Bt. Louis 146 M 90 .3X4
Boston 148 49 97 .S:tf
Brooklyn 143 ' 41 102 . 287
Oames today: Brooklyn at St. Louis. New
i org at Cincinnati, jfhliadelphla at Chicago.
GOOD THIKQ FOR MOTOR CYCLIST
On HnneJr! Dollar to Lower Old
The Omaha Motorcycle club la out with
sn offer of a Jkw gold medal to any motor
cyclist lowering Barney Oldfleld's record
of 1:13 for the mile, or a 160 gold medal
for making a record of 1:20 or better, at
the race meet Sunday, October 1 at the
Omaha Driving park. At a trial event re
cently fbr mile record, the exceptional time
of 1:30 was made by a local rider. Aa the
different riders are busy equlpplpg their
will be spared to have the track nrurjerlv
prepared. It is more than probable that the
euv uiruai, i irauai, wtu oe captured Dy
some one of the fast ones. George Melr.
stein, an old-time racing man, says that
1:20 Is easy for him and he feels confident
he will come away with the 3100 medal.
There are several motorcycle experts who
think they can at least land the loo medal
ana mis guarantees a very close contest.
Omaha Team la Defeated.
TEKAMAH. Neb., Sept. SO. (Special.)
About liro people clothed In slickers and
rubber boots stood In the rain this afternoon
and witnessed the foot ball arum liiv.jn
the Tekamah team and the Hovlea mlln
of Omalui, which resulted In a victory for
Tekamah by a score of 6 to a Juxt as lime
waa called In the second half the home boys
put tho ball over for a touchdown, but they
missed goal. Nearly all the gains on both
sides were made bucking the line. Time of
game: Two 30-mlnute halves. Referee: Mo
rtality. Umpire: BramhUL Timekeeper:
' Sale of Good Horses.
BRIGHTON BEACH. L. I., Sept. 30
Staue Senator P. H, McCarren. democratic
leader of Brooklyn, paid tha top price.
111.000 for Blair Athol, a 2-year-old, by
Ben Stroma-Rcalef, at the aale of hors-s
In training from the atable of James R.
Keua sa4 th an Or la big u W . U.
Pfheftel, held In the rutddm-k of the race
track here today. Mr. M-"arren'e pur
chase Is a full brother to Ronehen and a
stake winner. C. R. F.lllson reld cK
for Lancastrian and O. B. Hill bought
Sinister for 36.100.
RACING CLOSES AT OAKLET PARK
Rorrle Wins tho BilO Trot In Straight
CINCINNATI, Sept 3.-The six day meet
Ing of the grand circuit races at .Oakley
park here closed today with only a fair
crowd In attendance. It took five heats
to deslde the 1 11 pace. Jubilee won the
last three heats, and the race. Nordle won
the 1.10 trot In straight heats. The 3:16
class pace went to Harold Brooks In
straight hests In easy fashion. Track
Pace: 3:11 class, 3 in five, purse $1,000.
Jubilee, blk. g. D McFwen).... 4 111
Prince Hal, b. g. (W. Snow) 3 3 3 3 2
Star Pstch, br. g. (V.Iagler)....l 12 6 4
Peachle, b. m. (A. Miller) 2 3 3 3 3
Black Bird. blk. g. (H James). ..8 6 9 3 6
Red Ash, b. h. (C. Falls) 4 6 7 4 6
Lyddite, b. m. (V. McCoy) 6 9 4 6dr
Black Qrattan, blk. g. (lie-
Mshon) 7 1 7dr
Martha Young, eh. m.(B. Flem
ing) 9 7 6 9dr
Crystal O.. b. m. (C. Valentine) .10 dis
Time: 3:09H; 2:08X4; 2:09; 2:12; 1:12H.
Trot. 1:10 class, three In five, purse 31.000.
Norrie, b. g. (C. Benyon) 1 1 1
Jim Feiry, g. g. (J. Frank) 1 1 1
Brown Wilton, b. h. (O. Saunders)....! 3 I
Hall Frey, b. g. (H. Perrv) I 4 6
Pat Ford, ch g. (Kenyon) 3 6 4
Newton A., br. g. (R. Anderson) 4
Swsgo, b. g. (A. Thomas) 7 1 7
Time: 3:094; IM; 3:10.
Pace, 2:18 class, three In five, purse 11,000:
Harold Brooks, b. g. (Estes) Ill
Dan P., b. g. (A. Padget) 12 6
Black Patchen, blk. g. (J. Hogan).... 6 4 2
Fred Miller, ro. g. W. Stout) 7 6 2
Lilly R.. br. m. (W. Taylor) 4 6 6
Williams C, blk. g. F. Freeman).... 6 3 6
Aileen Wilson, b. m. (C. Maples) 10 3 4
Lookout Hal, b. h. (V. Nuchols) 3 7 7
Jlmmle O., br. g. (C. McPherson).... 3 lOds
Lady Coleridge, br. m. F. Jolly) 9 9dr
The Prince. t. g. (J. Brady) dis
Time: 2:104; 2:0S; 2:W.
Opening; of Gymnasium.
The new gymnasium In the Omaha Com
mercial college building at Nineteenth and
Farnam streets will be formally opened
Monday evening. A good program has been
arranged, including wrestling, fencing, club
swinging. Roman ring work, etc No
charge Is to be made and the publlo la
cordially Invited. Clyde E. Rohrbough, the
well known athlete. Is to be director in the
new gymnasium and this fart alone should
be sufficient guarantee of the success of
the new enterprise.
Milwaukee Bents lies Moines.
DES MOINES, Sept. JO.-Exhlbttlon geme.
Milwaukee ...0 0 0 3 0 3 0 0 1 1-7 14 6
Des Moines.. 0 2 0 0 1 0 8 0 0 06 13 4
Batteries: Hickey and Bevllle, Chapelle
Fairmont Wins Basket Ball.
FAIRMONT. Neb.. Sent. 80. (Speclal.)-
An exciting game of basket ball was played
on the Exeter hasket nail grounds yester
day between the Fairmont and Exeter High
school teams, resulting In a peers ef IS to 0
la Fairmont's favor. Time: Twenty-minute
halves. Referee: Prof. Hunter of Fairmont
High school. Score: Fairmont, 35; Exeter, 0.
AMOt THR BOWIRR.
Standing of teams In Omaha Rowling
league at the end of the second wees
Teams, Played. v on. Lost
association alleys lat week were A
McCague. 274 at ten rlns: R. R. Worthln
at seven up; Dr. Burrell, C6 St K ank.ikee.
Miss Dorman was high for tha ladles ten
pin prlte with 1R4.
Individual standing of bowlers having an
average above ISO.
Oames. A re rage.
12 2 -6
Lock wood Wins Golf Match.
BROOKLINE, Mass., Sept. 80 A steady
long game and a brilliant short one, en
abled Arthur G. Lonkwood of the Allston
golf club to win the Msssachusetts golf
championship for the second time through
his defeat of Hugo R. Johnstone, of the
Myopia Hunt club in a thlrty-alx hole
contest at the Country club today by a
score of three up and three to play.
Weeks and Gotrn Draw.
SPOKANE. Wgsh., Sspt. 80. Boomer
Weeks, a Spokane fireman, outpointed and
outfought Frank Gotch, the Iowa wrestler,
In a twelve-round bout at the Spokane
Amateur Athletic club last night. Weeks
floored Ootch In the tenth, but Ootcrt staved
the twelve rounds anil the bout, hy agree
ment, waa called a draw.
ROtRKITF.s Wl 9-ROM I1.TWBI
Slippery Field Prevents Brilliant Play
and Game Srramra Fsree.
VLT8SES. Neb, Sept. 30 (Special Tel
egiam.l Owing to the Inclement weather
onlv a small crowd of base ball enthusi
asts witnessed the ball gams between tho
Omaha league team and the Ulyeses leant
here lodav. tlreat prepsratlons l.sd been
made hy the home teem for a battle royal,
but after the first Inning Interest lagged
and for the rest of the same It was more
or less of a faroe. The leaguers were
not In danger at any stage of the game.
No brilliant plavs were made by either
side owing to the slippery condition of
lbs field. Many people here never saw pro
fessional ball players perform and watohed.
the same with great Interest. Scorei
Omaha 0 0 S O I 6 0 0 U
Ulysses 1 6 10 10 0 0- 1
BAtterlee: Ulysses McCroIx 6f Hsstinga
and Welghhardt of Steplehiirsti Omaha,
Corns and Friese. Urnnlre: ljiwrence Hlll
BEXRFIT OA MR AT TUTOt PARK
Ronrkea sat Ieo-Glass-Audreeeen
Tha ox-Champs will return to their own
Sark for a game with the liee-GIaes-An-reesen
Originals Sunday afternoon, which
will be a benefit game for the ball players.
These players have besn on a barnstorming
expedition through the state and have won
all ef their games, except the first, at Free
molt, which, reports sav, Quick lost by
not settling to work early enough In tho
da v. Frees hat caught al) i' h games v
of ths trip, aa Gondlng and Melster havs
been on little side trips of their own. All ,
will gather at the park Sunday and a splen- 1
did game will result, because the leaguers
will be shortened by the loss of Carter and ,
Pfelster and McCloskey, who have left for
their respective winter quarters. The Orig
inals have won nearly all of the garnet
which they have played this summer and
feel confident they will take the measuro
Of the Sx-Champs. play will begin at 1:46.
Travers Detents Travis.
NEW YORK, Sept 30. In the final round
of eighteen holes match play for premier .
honors in the golf tournament of the Nas
sau Country club. Glen Cove, L. I . today
Jerome Travers of Nassau, defeated Wal- ,
ter J. Travis of Garden City, by four up
and two to plsy. The young player led his
opponent all the way.
New Amateur Walking Record.
LONDON. Bept. 80 O. A. Lamed, an '
amateur best the world's professional and
amateur wAlklng records for eight miles at
Stamford Bridge today, doing the distance
In 6$ minutes and S seconds. In the hour.
Lamed walked eight miles 639 yards, also
breaking the world's record for ths time.
Paat Mile bp Dnn Patch.
CHICAGO, Prpt. 30. The pacing cham
pion, Dan Patch, was sent against the
record for a half mile t nek, (i 'l) at the
West Side Driving park today. Condi
tions were favorable with the exception
of the wind which was strong. The mile
waa mad In 2:01V.
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SISTKR AMD BROTHER CURED
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