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J7TE OMAHA '1UILY BEE: SUNDAY, APRIL 22 1D0G.
ALL GOOD BUT ONE INNING
Pa 81anehtn Jy Andrews' Sunflowers in
the Tint Incounter.
SECOND WILL BE FOUGHT OUT TODAY
IK In Klahth laminar ' Ram Se
awed, bat Omaha Cat l.oo.e
Tke. ill Walloped
A merciless slaughter of Jay Andrews
nrid hi Sunflower was perpetrated by
Pa's butchers at Vinton street park yes
H'May. ,V had eighth inning- for Topeka mad
he game a trifle one-sided, Omaha wln-J
Ming by the acorn of II to 4. Vnttl that
time the game had been very even, first
"N side waa ahead and then the other,
-nt when Ta Kent Fenlon in to bat for
'a i-t it in the eighth the balloon went up.
ImmtnHnn seemed to be dealing out all
-on a of balls Just a he once did In faat
company, bat the CoK got onto him and
the stuff was off.
McNeeley started out to do tho honors
fur Ta and the Topeka Indians started
ifT to do thine" to him, at least it looked
that way. Graves, the piano-legged
tleliler who was tried out by Pa two sea-
ins bko as an outfielder, hit to right and
cole walked. Downs, another Omaha re
cruit whom Del Howard beat out of a
lob two years ago, was an easy out and
Cooley, hit for a triple which scored both
Iraves and Cole. This put the visitors
two to the good and Omaha could get
hut one back in the first inning, although
nnn more was added in the second.
Topeka led by one in the fourth and again
omaha came up with two, which put it
one to the good. Topeka never headed
off the Hangers after that, although nice
hall was played until the eighth inning
when so many runs wcro made it was
hard to keep track of them. rerrlng made
two outs and beside him every man got
a single except Freese, who made two.
Although McNeeley was pitching but
uraight balls tho visitors could do little
with him. Ta sent in Koukallk in the
seventh Inning. Two hits were made off
Koukallk in his three Innings.
The field has been fixed up with new
earth and Is a trifle rough, although a
heavy roller has made it fairly smooth.
The rough ground was practically re-
Hpimsirue ior nuuau-n i w u wium. nuniu
was spiked by one of the Crelghton play'
irs in the hand Thursday and gave way
to Wamble, who played the game all
rutind. In tho ninth Inning he made a
phenomenal stop of a terrific grounder.
Jy Andrews was on hand looking fit
i a fiddle and threw as prettily as ever.
but was a good mark for the bleacher
which always have a good time at the
lut find genial fellow's expense. Bassey,
Welch and Freese were credited wltn
three hits apiece and Cooley made a triple
and a double. Reagan, Topeka' s short
Mop, also marches as if on dress parade,
tuiiile a great one-handed catch for which
ho tun backwards four city blocks.
The samo teams play at 8:80 this after
noon. The score:
AB. R. H.
13:i y, If
44 14 19 77
AB. A. H. O.
...4 1 1 1
Totals 37 4 t 24 U 2
Omaha 1 1 0 2 1 0 1
Two-base hits: Welch (3), Runkle (2),
Dolsn, Henry, Murray, Downs, Cole, Cooley.
Throe-buss hits: Wamble, Bassey, Ceoley,
Passed ball: Henry. First base on bulls:
dtf McNeeley, 2; off Dammann, 2. Struck
out: , By McNeeley, 4; by Koukallk, 1.
Time: 1:3. empires: Gondlng and Howie.
(iAMKl IK T1IK AMKHICAX LEAGUE
Mt. I.oals Ontbata Clevelaatl and Win
Five to Our, .
ST. 1.0CIS. Mo., April 21 -gt. Douls won
lis first ginne of tlskpreeent season tod.iy
before an Immenee crowd, defeating Cleve
land, r, to 1. One-half of the gross receipts
"t the game will be given to the Ban Fran-
,sco relief fund, and no pussea were ac
icptsd at the gatc, wen tltu players and
itt'chils of the clubs, newspaper men and
telegraph operators paid full admission.
Ilfiwiil pin bed for the locals and held the
visitors safe all the way. Hess weukenud
In the fourth Inning. Score:
ST. UII'IS CLE VELA N'f).
B H O. A E. . II H O A B.
Ilrt?pll. Sh . 1
1 Bar. rf...
ll.inr.inll rf. 4
?iin. it ... . 4
Waiia. . I
1 1 linen. 2l. . 1
.''inre. lb I
Krtehler, rf . .. 4
aiinrer, r. ... 4
0 tHradlajr. lb..
0 Fll, k. rf
1 1 La)nl. 2b ...
1 0 Turner, aa ..
1 Uaikaon. It...
t Buf low, C-...
Howell, p.... 4
S lien, p
HI IIM1 Kouman
Totals K 24 U 2
H.tted for Hess in ninth.
St. lxmis 1 o 1 t 0 0 0 0 6
Cleveland 0 9 1 0 0 0 0 0 01
Karaed runs: St. Ixjuls. 2; Cleveland, 1.
Two-base hits: Siovall. Hemphill. Three
base hit: Spencer. Double piny: Spencer
to O Brlen. Stolen buses: Flick. Hemp
lull. Jones. Stone. Hit bv pitcher: By
llesa. I. Wild pitch: Howell. Bases on
halls: Off Howell. 2; off Hess, -4. Struck
i ut: By Howell, 7; by Hess. S. Left on
This fine 7-bladed 5S-0O
Razor will be given with
suit of clothes.
Just think a 515 suit
will cost you but $10,
and on easy payments.
KIT bwOOlal ST.
Lianas BadAao . . Manager.
m & vie.iT; -Tn ilia r, r i. J
tCiav.i - J' . ''.I
f. .l,.-fV : " " a "--.. . ..J
buses: St. Loul. 7: Cleveland. . Time:
1 f. t'mplre: Connolly. Attendance: ll.-
Washing-Inn Wine la F.leventh.
WARHINOTON, P. C. April 2 Wash
ington won an exciting elnvr n-lnnlng game
from Ronton today by th score of 4 to ..
Pmlth nisd his debut In major league
ranks and held Boston down to five hits.
S H O A K H O A T.
Mil. M t 1 S!h.rh. It. . 4 0 0 t
S"rialr It... 4 t t t (lonina. Jh...4 114 1
rtiman. rt .. I 4 2 0 Stuhl, rf..l 0 S 1
C ro. 3h 4 1 a It rr.nt. aa ... I I
Anrtemon. If . H I I 0 eman. rt. I 1 1 0 0
Stahl. lh I 1 1 ecnm-hiw. Ik 4 It
Jnna. cf 4 It H Kerrla. th.,,4 I 4 1
lte,tn, e.... 4 I 1 pinn. c... 4 1 I t 1
Smltb. 4 1 I OPIneea. s ... I 0 0 2 1
Totafe J t J3 11 Tetsle 5 ' 4
Two out When winning run was made.
Washington ....S 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 14
Boston 0 000200100 01
Two-base lilts: Ib-vdon, Freeman. Cross.
Thre.hse hits: Collins. Anderson. Sac
rifice bits: Fchalflv. Jones, Collins. Stolen
bas-; Nill Kohaltly (2i. Cross, Anderson.
Jones, Grlmshnw, Peterson. Double plays:
Ileydon to Mil; Collins to Parent. Left
on buses: Washington, : Hoaton, 4. Pases
on balls: Off Prrrlth. 3: off Dineen, 3. Klrst
base on errors: Washington, - Struck
out: )ty Smith, 3: bv Iineen. 1. Tltne:
1:). L'mplre: Sheridan. Attendance:
Waddell raixlea New Turk.
PHILADELPHIA. April 21 Wmlo'll's
pitching puzzled New York today and l'hil
adelphla won again. Orifflth was escorted
from the field by a policeman for protest
ing a decision. Score:
rHllAl)ELrHIA. NEW YORK.
B.II.O A.E. n. ll.O. A.E.
Harteel If... 1 0 10 nnn.trtr. if 4 ft 4 1 0
Hnftman, cf . . I tin tKwW, rl. ...J 0 1 0 0
llrnulhers, 3b 4 0
IHvli, lb .... 4 1
s-holi, rf. .. 4 1
Murphy, 2b... 2 0
1 Williams, n. I t I I I
I 1 IU Font. at. 4 1 10
1 Elberfeld, 4111
2 0 0 I nnrnr. cf... t 1 2 0
1 1 rho-e. lb I 1 0 1
12 0 Klelnnw, e... 0 S i 0
12 0 Hr.su. 2 0 0 0 0
l ro-. w l
clsrkion p.. 0 0 I) 1 0
I 27 7 2 'Yeacr 1 0 0 0 0
Totalt 3D I 14 14 1
Batted for Hogg In eighth.
Philadelphia '...1 0 o 0 1 1 0 0 3
New York 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 01
IWt on. bases: New York. 7; Philadel
phia. 6. Stolen basei: Conroy, gchreok,
Klilnow, llartsel. Two-base hit: Conroy.
Home run: Davis. Sacrifice hits: Hoff
man, llartsel, Chase. I'uuble play: Dough
erty, Elherfeld to Williams. Struck out:
By HoeK, j; Dy Waddell, 6. Bases on balls:
Off HuKg. 2; off Waddell, 4. Hits: Oft
Hogg, In seven Innings. Wild pitch:
Hogg, mi by pitched ball: Cross, Mur
phy. Time: ..is. empires: O Loughlln
aid Evans. Attendance: 16,116.
Detroit Uanehea lllta.
CHICAGO, April 21. Detroit bunched hits
today and won 4 to 3. Score:
AH H.O.A.E. AU H O A E
D. Jonfi, rf. i Z 1 OO'Xalil, rf.. 1 1 0 I,
Si'narlr. Ib. t I 4 f 1 lnhrll, 2h 4 I 1 2
M li.lyre. it. 4 I I 0 KaTia, h 4 1 1 1
' raw lord, rl. 4 1 0 Itoanhue. lb. 4 1 11
Iiw. rf 0 r Jnnrs, cf . 4 0
ouatilln, 3b. 4 0 1 0 Hrmphill If. 1 0
Llnilaar, lb.. 4 1 14 t Huh. Jb 1 0
O'Lrnry, as.. 3 111 1 Sullivan. CI 0
Payne, c 4 1 0 1 0 Hart, c 0 0
Kuhsnlm, p.. 4 0 0 4 ll,o, p.,... 1 1
Kllllan. p 0 0 0 UWalih. p 0 0
MiFrlan4 . 1 0
Totals 17 10 27 IV a Kisix, p 0 0
Total! 12 27 14 1
Batted for Walsh in eighth.
Ietroit 0 0 U 0 0 0 1 3 04
Chicago 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 13
on liases: Chicago, 11: Detroit, 10.
Two-base hits: O'Neil. Lindsay. Ishnli
Davis. Sacrlllce hits: islieli, Sullivan, Mc-
intyre. btoien bases: Mclntyre, Crawford.
nounie piays: ougniin to Lindsay; u Uary
to Iiindxay. Struck out: By Owen, 2; by
Walsh, 2. Parsed ball: Sullivan. Bases on
balls: Off Owen, 2; oC Eubanks, 5. Hit by
pitched ball: F. Jones, llemtihlll. Hit:
Off Owen, In seven Innings; off Flene. 2
in one inning; on i-uoanks, in eight and
one-third Innings. Time: i:t. empires:
iiurst ana Connors. Attendance: 8,224.
Standing; of the Teams.
Tlayed. Won. Lost. Pet.
Cleveland 4 3 1 .750
Philadelphia 1 t 2 .714
Detroit S 3 2 .90
Washington 7 4 3 .671
New York 7 3 4 .429
Chicago 5 2 3 .40
Boston 7 2 5 .26
St. Louis 4 1 S ,2o0
Game today: Cleveland at Chicago, De
troit at St. Louis.
tJAMF.g 1JI TUB NATIONAL LEAGIE
Heflr York M'lns a Close Contest from
NEW YORK, April tl. The Brooklyn
isationais were seaien again today at tne
I'olo grounds. New York winning 2 to 1.
A three-base hit by Lumley and Aialoney'j
single gave the Brooklyn's their only
KEW YORK. BROOKLYN.
B. H.O.A.E. B. H.O.A.E.
Brmnahan, e. 4 0 t I 4 Lumlay, rf .. 4 1 4 0 0
Browne, rf... 4 110 Maloney, cf.. I 14 0 0
Iienlln, cf ... 4 II eraser, lb t 1010
MrOann, lb.. I III 0 Oeneler. lb... I 1 It I
Menea. If 1 0 I 4 0 McCarthy, If. 4 1 1 0 0
Strang, ...! 0 11 0 lwil. aa I Oil
Iierlln. lb ... I 111 Hummel. 2b.. 4 0 4 1
(Mllvrl. 2b... 1 0 14 0 Bergen c I 0 4 0 0
McUlnnltr, p. I 0 1 1 OStrkklett, p.. I 0 1 4 0
Total! 21 4 27 11 0 Totals M 121 1
Two out when winning run scored.
New York 01000000 12
Brooklyn 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
Two-base hit: Casey. Three-base hit:
Lumley. Sacrifice hits: McUann. Mertes
(2). Stolen base: Devlin. Double play:
McGinn to Gilbert to Bresnahan. Left on
bases: New York, 4; Brooklyn, (. First
use on balls: Off McGinnlty, 3. First
base on errors: New York, 1. Hit by
pitched ball: By McGlnnlty, 1. Struclf
out: By StricUlett, 2; by McGlnnity, ,
Time: 1:50. U mpire: O Day.
Case Too Much for laelnnatl.
PITTSBVKG, Pa., April 21. Liability to
nn i anf, vi uu iHicueu nig nrei game or.
the season, waa the cause of Ciuuinnati a
tic I cut. bet ro:
B.II.O A K B.H.O.A.B
Clymar, rt... 4 110 0 Humini, 2b.. 4 till
Gaul. ), cl .,.1 0 4 1 0 Barry. If 4 110
Clarke. It.... 4 2 10 OCarr. lb 4 01 I I
Wanner, aa... 4 1 2 4 0 Seymour, of.. 4 0 I 0
Nealon, lb... 4 0 10 1 I Delahanty, 111 t I !
bearh. lb 1 1 0 1 Corcoran, aa .l 0 I 4
Kit. hey. lb.. 4 114 1 Cxlwell. rf.... 4 1 0 i
Pell I. e 114 10 f'helpa c 1 I 1 4 i
Case, p I 12 1 OWeinier. p...l 0 0 1
Hlncbman .. 0 0 0 0
Taxali M 10 17 17 1 Overall, p....l 10 1
Touts 31 I 24 14 i
Batted for Welmer In fifth.
Pittsburg 1 1 1 2 o 0 0 0 6
v.iiiciuii:ili v t u V U 0 0 1 0 3
Two-base hits: Leach, Overall. Three
base him: Kuchey, Phelps I2. Sacrifice
hits: lianley (J). Stolen huaea: I'mrLe
Liach, Barry, Oilwell. Double plays: Cas4
to Wagner; Huggtns, Carr, Corcoran to
nuKgins; ein,ei, Corcoran to Carr. First
i.aao on nana: en case, z. ufl Weinier,
z; on overall, i. mi by puched ball
Delehanty. silruck out: Uy Chsm, I; by
U trail, 1. Leit on bases: Pittsburg, o,
Cincinnati', 4. Hits: Off Welmer, If in five
iiiiungs. nine: i:i. empires: Klein
and carpenter. Aiienuance: iz,i
81. Louis Laiy lor lliloaao.
CHICAGO, April 21. Perfect tlelding and
good bunt running, with an occasional hit,
tiave Chicago uu eusy game today froni
&l. iuia. scoie: x
ritlcAoo. st. U'lir!.
All 11 O A K AB.H.O A B
siafia, n a t u v yen net t 2b . 4
rrt.kar4. If. 4 2 2 v ! r.rurn.n. tf.. 2
S'-Sulle, rf... 1 0 n 0 Sl.ra.ly. c 1
Chauca. lb... 4 1 7 0 0 Hulmea. c... 1
tteinlelilt. lb 2 II 1 0 Sltioot. rf 4
1iir, aa 2 1 4 2 0 k,lev, lb.. 4
Ktera. 2b .... 1111 4 Him, a, rf 4
K.I.S. e 4 1 I I UArn.lt, lb I
Luuiiaren, p. I v s 0 0 M lirirla, aa.. I
browu. p 1
Totala 0 atualak'ter. p 2
0 0 1
Tauil n I u 14
i nicagn o o I z u o u 6
ei. i.uuis v v u u o u 0 o 22
Hits: off 1! row a In five innings, a; oft
ii'ioflhutMifr in uio-e innings, i. i-t i oil
basea: t: tut-ago. ; Ml. Lwuia. 4. tSacritice
bus: Lunar, n i.'i. Turner, rinannon. btolen
1..1.-..-S. pmeiie. sneckaitl, Chance, Chancv
Rung, htrinieitlt. Woubie pias: biiaiiuun
id uoin.t-a. i nance tunassisietli. biruck
out: Ky l.undsrt-n. : by Drown. 2; by
liuelskut-lti-r. 2. raased ball: tiiaay First
Utaie on UiUa: Off DuUtigren. J: on Hi own.
4. off Hi't-inKoette-r. I. Hit with pitched
ban: jiuiii.t-a. lime: llnuirc. JUin
kluiie. Attendance, ),&tai.
Philadelphia Beats Boston.
BOSTON. April 2 1 Philadelphia beat
F.oaion today in a game full of heavy
batting and poor fleluing. b.-ore:
H.u A g. b H O A K
ll 1 BriJaell. aa .l 4 I I
titeaauu. Ib. .. 4 1
... lie. 3b.. 4 1
Maa-ea. II 4 1 I
llua. rt 4 t 1
Hrai..ael4. It 4 1 4
Poolia. aa til
IKioib. a 1 0 4
iHMiovaa. a... I f J
- Vlenaejr. lb
1 1 iHilau. rf .
I Hue. id. If
I Hra-.a lb..
1S- rutel. lb
S l rlrv.n, c .
1 11 0
4 t 1 I
14 4 1
.Mibo. 9 4 41 tal arthr. a
Luaitt. t 1 .leMiitia .
17 14 XI 11 14
Totala 44 linu I Totala
Batted for McCarthy In ninth.
Philadelphia 0 0 0 2 0 4 4 -l
Boston 4 1 0 v 0 ii (i ; tt t
Two-bat hits: Brain, Tvuny Ui, pfcifft-r.
Titus. Thre-l:ie hits: rfoiffcr. Mnge.
f"ooln. Home runs: T'oolin. IMiteU-hy.
Stolen ba-s: Tennev. Rrtdwelt, flantelb-.
Mrtge, rapsflld. Iiouble p'ay: 9trobl til
Krldwell to Tennev. lilts: Off 1'felffer. li In
seven InniPKs; off McCarthy, 1 In two In
nings; off Nichols. J in one and a hslf innings-
off Duggleby. 7. Hoses on bslls: Off
FTeiffer, 4: off McCarthy, 4: off Nichols, 1;
TT I'ugglehy. S Hit bv ritclied lll..i:y
Nirholn, 1; bv ffellTer. 1. Struck out: ly
I'feirT"r. ft: bv Nichols. 1; bv Duggleby. 1
I'sssed bull: Ifrown. Balk: FfeiTer. Wild
Itches: Nichols, McCarthy. Time: :."0.
"mnlies: tmslies and Conway. Attendance:
Staadlna of tho Trams.
i'laved. Won. Lost
St. IOiliS ti
Osmes tndnv Pit tarmrer at Chlcnaro.
Louis at Cincinnati.
04M 1 (MKRI( .l etOt I TIOi
Colnmbaa ftreaka F.trn on the Series
sallk Kansas Cllr.
COLfMBI-S. O.. Anril 21 Columhus
broke even on the series with Kansas City
by timely distance hitting. Score: i
COLVMRt'l. KANSAS TITT.
B H O. A K. B.II.O. A.E.
PK-kerlnic. cf. 4 1 1 0 0 Perrlne. c . 2 0 2 2 I
Frlel. 2b 4 0 0 0 2 c..if1uy, rf. 4 I 1 0
I'nulter. If... 2 It 1 (i -Mionariue 2b. S 0 0 3 C
Klhm. lb I 2 14 0 Ofhtle If I 2 0 0 0
Hulavltt. aa . I 1 1 t 9 Hill, rf 4 0 110
Hnir-e. rf I 1 1 0 OWhllner. lb.. S 2 ID 0 0
Wrlaley, lb . 2 0 3 4 2 r'ranlx, th....-n 0 4 10
Rian. c 4 1 h 1 Mlutke. lb I 0 4 2 1
Oroth, p 1 1 0 I v-itilllran c... 4 2 4 0 0
Swann, p I 1 1 0
Total!.. 1..U TJT1I t
Titala M 24 IS I
Columbus o 1 I 2 0 0 0 0
Kansas c'ity V2U00010 03
Sacrlllce hits: Bruce. Wrlalev. Ca sua day.
Purko. First base on balls: Off Oroth. 3;
oft Swann, 3. Two-base hits: Klhm. Ryan,
Sullivan, Swann. Three-base hit: Picker
ing. Double plays: Klhm tuuaHslsteili,
Hulswltt to Wrigiey. Dili to Whitnev. Hit
by pitched ball: Perrlne. Struck out: Hy
Uroth, 3; by Swann, 3. Passed balls: Sul
livan. 2. Time: 1:54. Cnipires: Kane and
Lgan. Attendance. 2.W1
DIstlNers Defeat Millers.
LOUISVILLE. Anrll 21. Louisville de
feated Minneapolis today In an exciting
game, winning out in the ninth Inning. Botn
l"unklo and rord were batted hard and
Kenna and Thomas relieved them. Suore:
B.II.O. A.E. H.H.O.A ri.
Kerwln, rf..,4 1 1 1 0 Dali. rf S 2 2 U (I
Mailman, If.. 3 1 1 0 0 1). Sullivan, tit 1 ! II t
S Sullivan, lb 4 113 2 0 Hart lb 4 2 11 1 0
HraM.ear, 2b. 4 1 1 4 f O rem Inner. 3b 3 0 2 2
Murphy, cf.., J 110 CMiraham. If... 4 0 1 1 V
W oodruff. 3b. 4 1 3 4 0 Ko. 2b 3 0 0 4 1
Uulnlan, la . 3 111 0 drier, as 4 1410
toner, c 4 I I I OHhannon. c... 0 0 4 0 0
Diinile, p ... 1 1 0 3 OKor-t. o 3 10 0 0
Kenna, p 1 0 0 1 Olbvmaa. P...1 0 0 2 0
TeUl! 31 10 17 17 0 Totala 31 1UJ4 II 1
One out when winning run scored.
Loulhvillo o 1 2 0 0 3 0 0 17
MlnueuiKilis 0 0 1 0 0 6 0 0 0 b'
Two-b Bf lilt ' VcrA Tli rp-lu b Vilt
Stoner. Home run: Hart. Stolen bases: 8.
Sullivan (21. Kerwln, Hart. Davis, D. Sul
livan. Sacrifice hits: Shannon (21, D. Sul
livan, Kenna, Murphy, Orenilnger, Hail
man. Bases on balls: Off Dunkle. 3: oft
Kenna. 3; oft Ford. 3; off Thomas. 2. Struck
out: By Kenna, 2; by Ford, 1; by Thomas,
1. Hits: Off Dunkle. lit in tlve and two
thirds innings: oft Ford. 9 In six lnnlnas:
off Thomas, 1 In three Innings. Double
plays: Quinlan (unassisted); Oyler to Hart
to Shannon. Left on bases: IjOtiisvlllA, 7;
Minneapolis, 6. Time: 2;-'0. Umpire: Owen.
Indianapolis Easy for St. Paul.
INDIANAPOLIS. April 21 Superior base
running enabled St. Paul easily to dcltat
Indianapolis today. Score:
INDIANAPOLIS. ST. FAIL.
ABH.OAB. AB.H.O. AG.
Dunleavr, cf. I I I 0 1 O.ler. if i 1 1 0 0
Carr. rf 4 1 I 0 1 Wheeler, lb. . 4 I I I 0
Jamea. lb ... 2 1 1 OVan Zandt, cf 4 3 0 0 0
Kntbccb, If.. I 110 0 Fruit, rf.... i 0 0 0 0
Farrell, 2b... I 3 1 1 0 I'ad.ten, 2b.. 4 1 1 I V
Hume, aa.... I 0 11 1 Suden, lb.., 4 I 14 1 4
Rett II. lb.... 4 10 1 OMaiean. aa.,,4 1 f I 0
Weaver e... 1 111 0 brill, e 2 0 4 0 4
Kellura, p... 3 10 2 OSlHgl. p 0 0 0 0 0
Clcoue, p.... 1 0 2 0 (I Cor, p 13 0 10
Totala 11 11 27 11 I Totala 42 12 27 17 0
St. Paul 0 0 6 1 1 0 0 1 0-10
Indianapolis ....2 01004)100 4
innlnas Ditched: By Helium, four: hr
Clcotle, five; by Slagle, one-third: bv Coy.
eight and two-thirds. Base hits: off Kel-
I , , , e. m i ' I . . .. a. t .... .o v -
a..,,, o, vil viliiiic, v, I'll 1.1'Jl Id. X'ai
on balls: Off Kellum, ; off Clcotte, 3; off
magie, x; on c:oy, i. wirucK out: By Kel-
lum, i; oy i icotte, z; oy coy, r. w ild
Pitch: Coy. Hit by pitched ball: By Coy.
James 2; by Clcotte. Padden. Two-base
bit: Kothgeb. Three-base bits: Wheeler.
Sugden. Sacrifice hit: Weaver: Double
plays: 1'adden to Alarcan to Sugden: Sua
den to Drill. Stolen haaea: Kollum Hoir.
den, Drill. Lett on bases: Indianapolis, 10
St. raui, i:. Jimo: 2:10. empire,: Haskell
TOLEDO, Arrll 21 ToledO-Milwaukfco
game postponed on account of rain. .
tandlnaj nf the Team a. '
Played. Won. Lost. Pet.
..... 4 4 o bM)
4 3 1 .750
3 2.1 M1
4 2 x 2 ,5m)
4 2 2 .&,
4 1 .i-H)
S 0 3 .UuO
uames today: Milwaukee at Columbus
Kansas City at Toledo, St. Taul at Loula
ville, Minneapolis at Indianapolis.
MIXDEX W1X THICK AT KKAICVISY
Vlnltlair High School Defeats ornaal
and Vlllllmry Academy.
KEARNEY, Neb.. April 21. (Special Tele
gram.) 1 he Minden High school defeated
the Kearney Normal haue Friday, 16 to 12
Minden got the leitd In the first inning and
uuiu it. iii met riiu. ocore;
Minaen 70601100 -l
Normal 04112201 le-n
First base on balls: Off Adams 3' off
Bast Ian, 3. Struck out: By Adams, 7; by
Haslian, 12. Two-base hits: Wimmer, Julin
son, Strain. Hit with pitched ball- By
Adams, 1; by Hastian, 1. Batteries: Minden
Adams and Newell; Normal, Bastian and
Danly. Umpire: Porter.
The second game between the Minden
High school and the Kuarney Military
academy waa played here today and re
sulted In the defeat of the latter, I to 0. It
was close and interesting throughout. Score:
Kearney 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Batteries: Minden, Adams and Newell
Kearney, Johnson and Davis. '
V. P. and Ronrkce Monday.
The Union Pacific Shops team will be the
opponents of the Omaha leu;ue team Mon
aay alternoon at Yinlon Street puik The
shops have always turned out a strong ag
gregation of ball players and fans who have
seen them in practice this year say they
are stronger than uuaL lh game will be
called at ;30. Lineup:
Omaha. Position. U P. Shot,.
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Money taaatera Collide.
The clerks of the Cnlted Stateej National
bank won from the cli-iks from the Mer
chants National In a game of ball playtd on
the grounds at Twenty-iifth and Jackson
streets (Saturday aftt moon by the soie ot
2 to u, in, tlv innings. Cufiler of the
I niled States team was the briahteat ai .r
In the bunch, hitting the ball ao fair for a
home run it was never found He alio did
such effective twirling that the Merchants
were shut out. The teams lined us as fol
ShortBtoa Cables tiaaaieaded.
KEW YORK. April 21. Shortstop Dablen
of the New York National league team waa
suspended today for his difficulty with Um
pire Conway in Brooklyn on April IS.
At West Point Columbia. I. West Point.
At Philadelphia Pennsylvania. 6, Yale, 4
DUCKY HOLMES' BALL TEAM
Lincoln People Mighty Proud of Their
HUSTLING MANAGER READY FOR SEASON
(ioort Crovral of Ball riayern Aaaembled
l ader Condlflena that Would
Have Dlirnarated an Or
'Win or lose; we'll never fluit."
That's what Ducky Holmes Is telling the
people down at Lincoln, and If the new
manager makes good on what he says, and
there is ho reason why he shouldn't, the
Indications are the people of the Capital
City will give Mm all kinds ot support.
The Lincoln aggregation Is being w nipped
Into shape at a good pace, and there is
good evidence to bast an assertion that
Lincoln has a good ball team. It should
be remembered this team was selected by
Holmes under a great handicap. With th4
exception of Shugurt, Holmes was not per
sf nally acquainted with a single man on
the team. Every one has been secured
on reputation only. This Is due to the
fact that Iloln es was granted his franchise
so late he had no time to hustle around
the circuit and pick Up the cream of the
players, and so if ho doesn't csrryv off
every game th.s season. It will be no fault
of the munagtr-captaln.
fls'kr'i Tronble Comes F.arly.
Holmes got a setback right at the Jump
whlHh would have discouraged most any
one else. He lout three star players for
whom he had paid out good round dollars
he earned In his youth on the diamond
and to which he added to, by chasing
corn ' rows over In Iowa. The greatest of
these losses of course was Starnagle, his
catcher, who cost the new manager Just
Bio pluhks. Starnagle failed to show up.
Then Martin, tho Omaha player, fizalod
out, and so did Mulyneaux, who was
bought with the St. Joe team.
Holmes kept going, however, and now he
hns a pretty res,''l'la,'' aggregation,
which will, before the season Is Over, no
doubt give a good account of Itself.
Lincoln during the last few years has
been wild over foot ball and for a time
maybe base ball may seem tame, but it Is
very evident from the good crowds which
have witnessed the exhibition games he
will be given a good run for his money.
So far Ducky has been partlculnrly un
fortunate In not making friends with Mr.
I,nveBnd. the clerk of the weather bureau,
during his preliminary skirmishes, and con
sequently he has had to sit around the hotel
and watch the clouds roll by on severaf
occasions. This has caused a delay In get
ting the boys in good shape as rapidly as
might be desired, but during tho last tew
days he has put them through at a first
Waiting for Omaha.
A big time Is promised when Omaha
strikes Lincoln for the first real game May
2. The whole town Is going to turn out to
do a rooting stunt for the home aggrega
tion and Mr. Omaha Man will bo given a
welcome such as seldom Lincoln accords a
visitor. Mr. Mayor Drown will head a pro
cession, right behind the band, which will
Include all the members of the city council
and city officers. These Will ride In auto
mobiles, and then Mr. Mayor will pitch the
first ball and the season will be formally
opened. It may be possible Ducky Holmes
will wear his gold medal won at Detroit
for good work back in the early hundreds,
but whether he does or not, the scene will
be sufficient In grandeur to awe most teams
that come out of a town Jlke Omaha. What
will happen If Lincoln wlna that game
well, that isn't down on the calendar, but
It will be a plenty. Anyhow, there are peo
ple here who believe Lincoln Is going to
start the season right, even If the boys are
not In the best of shape, and Lincoln dobs
love to swat It to Omaha.
Harmon Shows I'p Well.
It looks like Holmes has shown good
judgment in getting that man Harmon
from Hastings to add to his list 6f pitch
ers. Harmon is Just a boy yet, with lots
to learn about the game, but he has that
very desirable element In his makeup of
wanting to learn It all, and he makes no
bones about It. He Is open to conviction
and If Holmes doesn't make a killing
with him before the season Is over it
will surprise those who have watched
the boy during the exhibition games. He
takes to hard work like a duck to water
and be Is getting his.
In fact. Holmes has got a bunch of
pitchers that ought to be right up in the
notches when the thing is all over. He
didn't know a one of them when he began
to get his team together, but his Judgment
at this time seems to have been good.
There's old Pop F.ylor, and that's all that
need be said. Then the others arc:
Ituger, who, it was predicted, Holmes
couldn't draw with a mustard plaster;
C. Holmes, McCormick, Ah line. Join all
promising good things.
Jaek Thomas 1st Form.
Zlnran and Rogers are showing up well
behind the bat. Thomas on first is show
ing up better than he ever did in his life
and will play better ball this season If he
fulfills the promise now than he ever did.
Bhugart Is an old-timor and is rounding
around in his own good time. Ot course
he has that right, being an old-timer.
Quillin has already won admirers who
know him now when they meet him on
the street. Fillrhan at short did some
good work In the practice gamos. Shep
herd, Ketchem and Harms have been
doing a good outfield stum and if they
keep up their pace and Improve, as they
should, Lincoln Is going to have little
kick coming. Ketchem Is already playing
better ball than he ever did in tSL joe,
and that s something to talk about, while
the season is beginning.
But the boy that s setting the pace is one
Ducky Holmes himself, in getting his
franchise and in hustling his team tugother
he has been a regular wad of energy and
lie Is aaf 111 going sonic. A while back people
used to talk about that bad knee of his.
Well, that's all gone now and he Is stealing
bases with the same neatness and dispatch
as in the old days when he made his record.
Ducky is leading his nun at the bat and
is playing as good a game as he ever dlJ
In his life. Incidentally the team is pot the
ba-st in the world when it comes to hitting,
but tiiey will do all right. It couldn't be
expected that a man could Jump into a
strange bunch and hit off the bat, get the
bust sluggers in the west, but Holmes has
done pretty tolerable well all along the
line. This year Lincoln Is not expected to
carry off any gieat palm trees, but the
town will be heard from when the final
scores are In. Nobody is going to be dis
couraged if the team does lose some gnies,
even a few easy ones, this year, but the
way Ducky Holmes is starting out Lincoln
Is going to get a ball team some of these
days that will be a factor in league affairs.
Just at this time It is particularly neces-.
sary that the people don't expect loo much.
It should always lie born In mind that
Ducky Holmes got his team together a little
or no time under circumstances anything
Holmes tried to get a few games out In
the state for the latter- part of the week,
but the teams In the smaller towns were
net In shape to play this early and these
games will be pulled off later. Sunday the
aggregation WU1 go to Fremont, where Im
munity from arrest baa bteas promised.
- leare ta riral, Tkea alt.
FREMONT. Neb., April 3 8peclal Tele,
giara.; The Fremont High school nine was
tt-H. P. Two) Cylinder
THAN ANY OTHER CAR ON THE MARKET (PRICE CONSIDERED) A SENSIBLE CAR FOR
SENSIBLE PEOPLE AT A SENSIBLE PRICE
WE ALSO HAVE NOW IN STOCK
60-H. ". Pour Cylinder
H. E. FREDRICKSON,
defeated by the nine- from the Lincoln High
school this afternoon by a score of t to T.
Fremont started by making seven runs in
the first Inning, principally on errors, then
Went to ppci. and the Lincoln boys ran
the bases until they were winded.
COl.LEC.E ATHI.KTES Alt E AISV
East and West Will Meet In Several
Trials of Skill.
Both the base ball teams and the track
athletes ot the eastern and westarn colleges
will ha.y.0 a chance to rrove their superi
ority this spring. Tho ball fans will try
and figure but the sectional supremacy
from the western trip of the undefeated
Amherst nine, the track "dopists" from the
great Pennsylvania relay meet at Philadel
phia on the 28th of this month.
At the eastern universities Amherst of
I e years always with a good nine, this
season has enjoyed exceptional success and.
Mushed with a 1 to 0 victory over Tale, Is
coming west with the expressed Intention
of making a "clean sweep." Michigan, Illi
nois and Chicago, ranking last year In weal
ern collegiate ball In the order named, will
all bo met, as well as many smaller col
leges. No 1 Crelghton Is not among them,
though from their showing this year doubt
lens many opponents less worthy of th
honor might be met. These western "rah
lah" boys are confident that the Amherst
base ball team f not a good enough broom
to make a "clean sweep" of Michigan', Illi
nois and the rest, with however good inten
tions of doing the same it may be sent.
Last year at Philadelphia, at the Penn
sylvania relay carnival, over 200 colleges
and preparatory schools were represented,
sending over 1,200 athletes. Yale, Har
vard, Michigan, Princeton, Chicago, Dart
mouth, Cornell, Turduo and many others
strove for supremacy, the west winning
most of the honors and establishing two
world's records John Oarrels In the
discus throw and Michigan in the four-
mile relay race. This year the following
men will In all probability be sent:
Chicago One-mile relay team: Barker,
Groman, Merrlam, Taylor. High Jump:
Schommer; record, 5 feet 11 Inches. Ham
mer throw: Parry; record, 1& feet i
Michigan Four-mile relay team: Coe,
Row, Harney, Moloney. These men all
have run under 4. 2D Indoors this season.
High Jump: Pinch; record, feet, tilx-teen-pound
shot put: Coe; world's record,
49 feet Inches. Broad Jump: French;
record, 23 feet 10 Inches. Discus throw;
Ourrels; world's record, 140 feet 2H
inches. Low hurdles, 220 yards: world's
record, 25 seconds. Phot put, sixteen
pounds: World's record, 45 feet 4 Inches.
Shot put: Dunlup; world's record, 45 feet
Wisconsin One-mile relay team: Per
sons, Waller, Rldeont, Neland. One hun
dred yard dash; Parson's record, 6 sec
onds. Purdue Hammer throw: Thomas; rec
ord, 15 feet & inches.
The records of these westerners speak
for themselves and are good or batter
than anything dona as yet in the east
DOAM2 WARRIORS GETTlXa READY
Foot Ball Team at Crete Prepares for
CRETE, Neb., April 19. iSpoolal.) The
athleilo held at Doane presents a sceno ot
varied and singular activity these
days. The foot ball squad ia work
ing hard and getting Into cundi-
hik'n for the coming battle with the
Cornhuskers. Besidus many plays that won
ground for Duane at Elk Hill and at 81.
Mary's several new plays, made possible by
the changes in ilie rules, are being prac
ticed and worked down to an astonishing
degree of perfection. Coach Fuhrer's fer
tile brain is constantly at work evolving
plans to stat tie the opponents, and the
dash and activity of Captain Day's Tigers
gives a goodly promise that they will be
successfully carried out. The outlook for
track athletics Is very promising. Doane'e
prospects for a clean sweep In the long
distance runs Is excellent. Captain Lewis
8. Dowse and J. D. Hansen are running the
mile, the half and the quarter, aa o old,
and Coon is again showing up well. Mitch
ell, a new recruit for the long-distance
runs, is one of the most promising candi
dates on the field. Hartwell and Jackman
are training for the sprints and Bpencer ts
twirling tha hammer, putting the shot
and throwing the discus with better form
and results than ever before. Alexander
Aegyptiades, who bade farewell to his folks
In Asia Minor last summer and matricu
lated at Doane, has already demonstrated
his ability with the discus and shot. Sims,
Finney, Speea, Purton, La Rue, Hall,
Doane, McDonald,! Llston, Arnold and
many others are working diligently and
hopefully at various events and many are
showing marvelous improvement and abil
ity. Doane's prospects for winning the
state meet and the cofeted cup are dally
Doile-e. Pa's new purchase from Chicago,
will pitch in the game 6unday afternoon
Cleveland has sold Wakefield to the
Washington club. Bchlpke has not been
used as yet. but Lajnle shows no inclina
tion to let I) in) go.
Tha Brownies defeated the Oreens Satur
day afternoon by. the score of 'Hi to 17. The
Latteries were curaenroaa Ann uwn ana
Mcliugh. Thompson and Green.
pa looks on Howard as the real comer
of the bunch, tie says he has real natural
ability, tiiuce he has switched to batting
left-handed he has been swrulng clean as
well as bunting In fair snaps.
Cosey Joe is working out this spring In
better shape than ever. He is sure on
the ground balls which go sailing down
toward first base, tie naa not louna tns
ball with any striking regularity, but that
will come In time.
The Dundees defeated the Orchard Hills
by the score of U to 2. The game was one
sided, as the Dundees were able to hit the
Orchard Hill pitcher at will. The Dundees
would like to hear from any amateur team.
Address Heed fampelohn. Forty-ninth and
The Jetter Gold Tops will play the Non- 1
parens of otnana this afternoon. Horn
teams are considered faat and a good game
of amateur liall Is looked for. They will
start promptly at ? 8o p. in , aa Imme
diately alter the Victors and Walter O.
CUrks will play.
The Duudees won a game of base ball
Saturday afternoon from the boys In the
L nlon Pacific freight auditor's orh.ee by the
score of 10 to The ga-ne was played on
the Dundee base ball grounds. Keed t'lin
pttljohn. captain of the Dundee team, made
five runs hiniKelf. The game was close all
the way through and waa watcned WHO In
terest by the large cioad.
y o K
9. Pejr Cfllsfsr
dispone Immediately of a certain number of Players, and have slaugh
tered the prices In this sale to insure our purpose.
The prices start at $50 and end at $250 for a brand new Metrostyle
Pianola. Other makes all included in this sale livlow Cost. Come early
and get the choice of these bargains at
W. R. HOJV1AN
CERTIFICATE OF PUBLICATION
State of Nebraska. Office of Auditor
ot Public Accounts.
Lincoln, February 1. I!1-
It Is hereby certified that the Secur
ity Fire Insurance comnsny. of Bal
timore, In the state of Maryland, has
compiled with the Insurance I .aw of
this state, applicable to suoh com
panies and Is therefore authorized to
nontlnue the business of fire insur
ance In this state for the current
year ending January list, 1907.
Witness my hand and the seal of x
the Auditor of Publlo Accounts the
day and year first above written.
R M. BF.ARLE, JR.
' (Seal) Auditor of Public Accounts.
JOHN L. PIERCE. Deputy.
Real Estate, Rentals, Loans, Fire, Tor
nado and Plate Glass Insurance
Phone Douglas 664
t THE POWELL BA60N CO. 1
Cadillac, Franklin, White
THE POWELL BflGON CO.
To Hyannlo, Grant Co., Neb.,
May 1, 1906.
To Thcdford, Thomas Co.,
May 15, 1906.
I will personally- conduct tb abova bomsekra' exearalona,
tea tint Omaha at 1110 p. ra. on abora named dates, for tha par
pose of uilsttcx homes eekers to locate and Ole on. aectlona of fra
Klnkald lands under tha homestead law. I will have with ma. for
each excursion, township plata showing- the location by aectlon,
township and ranee of all tha available homestead landa in thoaa
RATE -Very low round trip hotoeaeekera' excursion rata
will be la effect on tha above datea to those destinations.
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PIANO PLAYER SALE
which will ettrply startle tho) who
hare pianos In their homes standing
How can you afford to do without
music In the home when you can buy
h Player at such a small cost and on
such Kaay Payment s. Wo mean to
CERTIFICATE OF PUBLICATION
Btste of Nebraska. Office ot Auditor
of Public Accounts.
Lincoln, February 1. l!i
It Is hereby certified that the North
Oerman Fire Insurance company, of
New York, in the stste of New York,
has complied with the Insurance Law
of this state, appllcablo to such com
panies and Is therefore authorized to
continue the business of fire Insurance
In this stale for tho current year
ending January 31st, 1W7.
Witness mr hand and the seal of the
Auditor of Public Accounts, the day
and year first above written.
E M. BF.ARLB. JR..
(Hen Auditor of Public Accounts.
JOHN 1j. PIERCE. Deputy.
1517 Farnam Street
For farther Information, call on or writs
N D. CLEM DEAVER, Agent,
nomeseiliiaa' Laformatioa Iiureaa.
1004 Fanaua St, OMAHA, VZA.
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