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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SUNDAY. AFRIL 29. 190G.
WEATI1ER MAN SPOILS GAME
Bain Keeps Bi Crowd Away from Vinton
Street Park. '
OMAHA BEATS THE STATE CHAMPIONS
Granada Arm Maddy an Sr la Oa
'lilri, Twelr In Foar-liat
Tearu Play ThU After
Rain kept the Innra crowd which ws
expected at the Vinton street park away
from the benefit Kama and the consequent
mud made good ball playing Impossible.
The new dirt which Pa has had placed on
the diamond to level It waa ona hum mud
hole. Thla did not dry out much until' the
gum was nearly over. In which the
Ttourket beat the lc-Qlas-Andreesen team
by tho one-sided score of 12 to 4, the pro
fessionals being the best mud horses.
The women of tha Young Womu'i Chris-
tisn association had sold quite a few tickets,
but ths showers In the morning snd the
threatening weather In the afternoon kpt
the Attendance down to about 180. A num
ber of the spectators were women and all
sec-med to enjoy the gama In spite of Its
The record of fourteen bsses on balls
for one game, with three wild pitches and
one man hit, will probsbly stand for the
summer, at least It Is hoped so. The ball
would become so muddy mat It wss almost
Impossible for the pitchers to get It over
the plate, fiaffelder wss especially wild
and passed three Snd hit one man In one
Inning, when he was replaced by Bculley,
who did much better. Quick also had on
bad Inning, the Lee-QIass-Andreesen team
making three runs without a hit. II
walla ,1 four In that Inning.
When the game first started the efforts
of the men to field grounders and to run
bases was really laughable. A player
would start after a ground ball and would
almost Invariably fall and become all
smeared with mud. As the game progressed,
however, th players became more used to
It and th ground became dryer, so th
game was much better.
Banders showed up In eitra good form,
as he has been considered a late-summer
pitcher. He seemed to have more speed
than at any time last year and was more
active In fielding his position. But two
hits were mad from him during th two
Innings he pitched. H passed none and
struck out six.
The grounds dried out fairly well before
the gam was over and should be In good
condition for the gam today, when Pa
says he will pitch Dodge and Port.
The sam teams play today. Score:
carter, rf 1
Howard, Jb 3
BaRsey, If 4
Welch, cf 2
Dolan, lb 4
Riinkle, ss 4
Perrlng, lib 4
Frees, c 3
Marx, c 2
Quick, p 3
Banders, p 1
Totals S3 12 27 12
AB. it. H. PO.
Hi art ford. 2b....
t 24 14
Omaha 30131000 12
' Two-base hits: " Frees. Perrlng. Passed
ball: Claire. Wild pitches: Quick (1),
Baffelder. Bases on balls: Oft Quick, 4;
ff Saffelder, off Bculley, 4. Hit by pitched
ball: Saffelder. Struck out: By Quick, i; by
bases: Olbaon (3), Mlnlcus (2), Dlneen.
Bacrlflce hits: Bassey, Perrlng. Time:
1:30. Umpire: Qondlng.
CRKlfiHTOX SHUTS OCT COTTIER
Local C'ollea-laas Wis First Game on
Crelghton university yesterday won th
first game of the season on the university
field from Cotner. Th local collegian
succeeded in running up a ecor of 8 while
their opponents were shut out. Whitehead
pitched an excellent game for Crelghton,
allowing only two hits. Ling securing on
In the first Inning and Murphy lining out
a single in the eighth. Th work of th
Infield was all that oould be desired. The
outfield had little to do. Lynch and Mc-jT
onana cmcn naDDing a ny to only ones
that cam In th utfleld.
For Cotner Ling pitched a good gam
and had he been given proper support the
?ame would hsv been a more even one.
he six hit that were mad oft him were
all scattered, except in the third inning,
when McShane and Mullen's singles, to
gether with a two-bagger of Bteen'a and
an error of Eller, netted three runs. In
th fourth Coad was passed to first, Ftsh
beck singled. A double steal was then
neatly executed and both runners cam
In on an error of Murphy. The shortstop
and first baseman In th next two innings
helped out on two more runs. Bteen's work
on third, as well as his stick work, was
AB. R, H. O. A. E.
Mullen, ss 4 110 4 1
Bteen Sb 8 1 3 8 4 0
Kuhl lb i 1 0 15 0 0
Lynch If 4 0 110 0
C. McNally 2b 4 0 0 2 1 0
Coad c 3 10(80
Fifthbeck rf 4 3 10 0 0
MrHhane cf 8 3 110 0
Whitehead p .....I 0 0 0 1 0
Total SI 7 7 II "
C. Parmenter 2b 4
l ing p
Total JS 0 3 24 13
Crelghton 0 0 3 3 1 2 0 0 I
Cotner 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Two-base hits: Bteen, 1 Stolen bases:
Bteen, McShsne !, Ftshbeck 2. Double play:
Mullen to McNally to Kuhl. Bases on
balls: Off Ling. 3: oft Whitehead. 3. Btruck
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often burst and become discharging ulcers, weak eyes, chronic Catarrh of the
head, skis diseases, etc. This blighting disease being so firmly intrenched
in the blood often attacks the bones, resulting in White Swelling, or hip
disease, while a pallid, wazey appearance of the skin, loss of strength, and
often lung affections show that the disease is entirely destroying the rich,
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PIIRFI V VrnPTARI F medicine, made from roots, herbs and barks
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tils a wrrr spccmo co atulhta, ca.
MSrOLft KEYED IP FOR A BTAHT J
Daeky Holme IMaa to Welcome the
LINCOLN, April (Special Ducky
Holmes- base ball segregation H certainly
ready for Mr. Rourke s bunch of boys from
Omaha, and Wednesday, the date set apart
for this little event, can't get around to
Lincoln ny too quick. Dear old Lincoln.
Neb., Is looking up right smart over the
showing made by Mr. Holmes' aggregation
against Topeka last Thursdsy, and ther
Is a sentiment down here that a mighty
nice showing will be made against Omaha.
Lincoln played the university so many
games the preposition got a little bit
monotonous, and some of the fans got a
little bit rusty In their enthusiasm, but
when Topeka struck town and carted off
a game, and then made a. miserable failure
trying to do It again, Mr. Holmes' stock
went up high enough to be noticed. It
was a batting streak that did It. The first
batting streak the home team has de
veloped thus far In the game. When the
ha.ll waa found, though. It was kept In
sight ss though "flndln was keeplns. ' In
fact, some of the fans actually believe the
boys have already struck their gait, and
even Holmes himself, who, It Is clslmed.
Is never sstlsfled, Is a little bit tickled,
ven If he won't tell his players. In that
one game Quillan, who has au aiong
showed batting symptoms, got a couple of
two-baggers and three or four singles, while
Flllman got tired when he knocked out a
couple of three-baggers, and Collins took
three singles, and the rest of the bunch
kept right along with them. ,
Quillan seems to nave enrnea mi n"
honors so far with the stick, and if h;
keeps on he will be a favorite around
th.. ,.orta The nltrhers seem to be
doing first rate so far. and Pop Eyler
likely will go against imann. n
to be a hoodoo to this aggregation, and It
is believed down here he still has some
of th sam kind of old-time power over
th bunch. Thomas, th old Omaha first
baaeman, 1 playing mighty fine ball and
be would like to neip -; ;".'"
his old horn. Just to see how '
Ketchem is doing a mighty fine tun
stealing baaes and has created some com
ment very favorable to him. He I also
hitting th ball pretty regularly.
Clarence Holmes has gon bsck to Kan
sas to bleed with the old tste because
his arm didn't round to Just ht. Mc
Cormlck has said goodby to the dear old
town and has landed over at Boono. j
Jones, a Kansas pitcher, is here s a new
one. He has been tried out In one game
rM It was too windy and dusty to see
whetherTe wmcome round without much
practice or not. Rugar of tb W hit Box
Is here todsy and la expected to be a
valuable addition to the pitchers.
V...u has aot a nice bunch of
men together and they are making, g
ImVreSKlon on the people of "ncnln. Out
of the thirteen, eight or in men -..- -
rled and will bring their fml,lM.,. nr.:
.r -Wednesday will ask
iiores to close at th. hou, . the game
besina and hilp to make the day a. faia
a? goWji.er the two team.
will play a pene.it -"
TEST FOOT BALL CHDER RIXES
Verdict I . Besgksm la Sot
Eliminate, oat Gam Softer.
LINCOLN. Neb., April 28. (Special Tel
egram.) Conforming to the rules for the
uvni iiuivni v wwo. .
cently adopted by the American rule
committee, the el.vens of Nebraska uni
versity and Doan college clashed on Ne
braska field this afternoon, the Crn-
huskers winning m f
practical test of the new rules in the
west. The game waa played on a muddy
ground and short halves prevailed. The
consensus of opinion of the officials and
the several hundred spectators, the latter
. i. ........ ....... l foot ball exDerts. Kt
th close of th contest was unfavorable
to the new rules. Referee Cornell who
has officiated In many a "Big Nine and
other western college games for the past
''"Th.'Vuie."! Impractical. In that they
do not accomplish the purpose for wnlcn
.v ...., Rntivhness has not
been eliminated. The game has been
made mor open, but this only gives tha
nlavera more ODDonuniiy i"i
; a ...ki.n. the rouchest feature of
oi foot ball. The mud doubtless slowed down
l .. r.na of hath elevens, but at that
ten yards Is too great a omsnc. i -pact
In three downs. The nil against
....411... i atrlctlv tnternreted. is farcical.
for it prevents long runs the most
thrilling Phas of foot ball, unless the
runner has an absolutely clear field with
two evenly matched teams. With flukes
barred I fear th defense ha not been
.-jj.ii.. .rut thev would go
J,- ..lavlr. Indefinitely without either
coring a touchdown."
. Right Guard
. . Perry
. . . .Bronson
Harvey, Bowers .Left Tackle
Branson, Cook . . Lert u.na. . ,
Schmidt Right Half
Llttl Ift Half..
Mason full Back..
. . .Dickinson
Touchdown: Llttl. Goal
ere: Cornell or L.incoin. i mpire. x-or-son
of Doan. Tim of halves: Twenty
mlnutea and fifteen minute.
Coopers vs. Holly.
Th Omaha Cooperage company tem
will meet the Holly's at Twenty-fourth
and Vinton streets Sunday afternoon at
8 v. m. Both team are playing fast ball
and a good gam Is expected. The lineup
Aravmrnkoo Got a, Roe Track.
ARAPAHOE, Neb., April 28. (Special.)
The A rap no Driving turn ana Race as
sociation has taken on a new leas of Ufa
under th management of Samuel Patter
son, who has united th several element.
Effort ara being made to Induce Cy Ilor
ton to accept th presidency. Arapahoe
will have one of the finest tracks In the
state, and be a prominent member in the
western Nebraska circuit. Land nas
ready been purchased for a track, and
grandstand and stable will b built at
Joalors Skat Oot Mote.
Th second nine at Crelghton, under th
leadership of captain Cuilen. succeeded I
shutting out the team from the Nebraska
institute for Mutes yesterday In an in
teresting gam of base ball. Through the
hitting of Miller, Cuilen and Corrlgan,
coupled with several errors of the mutes.
the locals ran up a score of s. McMann
pitching was indicative of excellent future
material ror tne varsity team.
Plrkrrll Shot Oot Bio Volley.
BEATRICE, Neb.. April 28. Special Tel
agram. The Pickrell ball team ahut ou
the Blue valley nine by a score of 6 to
In a fast gam played near Pickrell today.
H All INHERITED
out: y Ung. 4: tr Whitehead,
1:40. Umpire: Bulfr.
mut ii uc meat remedy ior fxrroiuia. S. 5. 5.
searches out and destroys all poisons and
germs, gives strength, richness and rigor to
the weak, polluted blood and cures Scrofula
permanently. 3. S. S. is a purely vegetable
OUXC MR. YOUNG A PITCHER
Hold i the Brooklyn Team Dona lo One
WITH GOOD SUPPORT WINS HANDILY
Sew York Takes Foorth Straight
Game from Philadelphia-, Romp
In KJd wichnls Safely
ROSTON. April 28 Young held th
Brooklyn to one single In today's garni.
Boston winning 4 to 0. The local's run
were scored by bunching hits in the
stcond and fourth Innings. Score:
B H O A K
B H.O A S
4 t I I Lumlar. rf . .
.444 Maloner. cf
.1110 r w, J . ...
.410 Jordan, lb..
.1100 Batch. It. ..
.1 1 4 0 0 lwla. m ...
.1 1 0 4 0 Hummel, lb
. I 4 11 1 0 Heraen. e. ..
.1110 0 M. Intrre. p
Eaaon. i . . .
U 111 I I
...27 1 14 14 1
0 0 0 4
0 0 0 00
0 10 2 0
0 0 0 0 0
Sacrifice hits: Brain. Strohel. Two-base
hits: Dolan, Brain, Young, Bates. Stolen
base: Needham. Hits: oft Mclntyre. S In
four Innings; off Lason, 2 In four' innings.
first osse on halls: utr louni, b; on
Mrlntyre. 1: off Kason. 2. Hit pitched
ball; Needham, by Mclntyre. Struck out:
By Young, 10; by Mclntyre, 1; by Kason,
Passed ball: Needham. Wild rltcn:
Mclntyre. Time: 1:40. L'mptre: O Day.
Fourth straight for Sew York.
NEW YORK, April 28. By defeating
the Phlladelphians again todxv the Nev
York Nationals won the snes of four
games. The visitors got only three hits
off McGinnlty, while tne local men found
Nichols for eleven. The score:
NEW YORK. PHILADELPHIA.
B. H.O. A G. B H.O A E.
Browne, rf...l 1 1 1 1 Thomaa. cf...t 1 0 0 0
Braanahan, c. 1 1 1 1 Ward. 3b 4 1 1 I 0
Pnnlln. rf a 110 OMrOrl, It 4 110 0
Mi-oann lb.. I 1 11 4 OTItua. rf 1 0 I t 1
Strang. It ... I 1 4 0 0 Branafleld. lb 4 4 4 0
Dhlen. aa....t 4 11 0 Doolln, aa 4 4 14 1
DeTlln. 3b.... 4 114 tOlaaaon. lb... 4 0 111
Gilbert, lb.... 4 III 1 Iouln, c 4 4 4 0 0
McUUnlljr, p. I 4 4 I 0 Nlrhola, p.... I 0 40
ToUla II It n IS I ToUla 31 I 14 14 4
New York 0 0 0 0 1 2 2 2 7
Philadelphia ....0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 03
Two-base hits: Gilbert. Donlln. Thomai.
Three-base hit: Devlin. Sacrifice hits:
McCann, McGinnlty, Titus (2). Stolen
bases: Browne, McOann. Double plays:
Bransfleld (unassisted); Gleaaon to Doolln
to Bransfleld: Doolln to Gleason. Left
on bases: New York, 11: Philadelphia, 6.
First base on balls: Off McGinnlty, 4;
off Nichols, 8. Hit by pitched ball: By
iNicnois, l. struck out: By Mcuinnity, ii
Passed ball: Dooln. Time: 1:4. Um
pires: Emslle and Conway.
Plttabnrar Skat Oat St. Loot'.
PITTSBURG. Pa.. April 28. Pittsburg
had no trouble in shutting out St. Louis.
Only one t. Louis man reached third
base. Pittsburg hit both opposing pitch
ers with ease. A feature was a steal
home by Clark In the fourth inning.
PITTBBt'RO. ST. LOUIS.
B.H.O.A.E. B H.O A E.
4 110 Bennett, lb.. I 0 0 I 0
4 4 4 0 1 Shannon. If.. I 0 114
4 111 0 Arndt, th 1 1 1 I 4
till OBmoot, rf I 0 0 0
4 I 11 1 OBeckler. lb.. 4 114 4 4
114 0 4 Hlraaa, ef....4 0 110
I I 1 I 1 McPrlda, (a.. 4 I I 4
.4111 OGradr. C 1 I 4 0
.4 4 4 4 4 Holmes. C....I 0 0 1. 0
Hoeiak'ter. e. 1 4 0 1 0
ToUla II II n It 1 Brown, p I 1 4 I 4
Totala 10 I 14 IT 4
Pittsburg 0 18 2 0 2 0 0 10
St Louis 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Earned runs: Pittsburg 4. Two-base
hits: Wagner, McBride. Three-base hits:
Clark, Rltchey. Sacrifice hit: Rltchey,
Stolen bases: Clark (3). Double plays
Rltchey to Nealon; Shannon to McBride
to Arndt. First base on bulls: Off Lel-
fleld. 6: off Hoelskoetter. 2; oft Brown. 8.
Struck out: By Lelfleld. 3; by Hoelskoet
ter. 1. Left on bases: Pittsburg, b; sr.
Louis, 8. Hits: Oft HoelsKoetter, 7 In
three innings: off Brown, S in five In
nings. Time: 1:26. Umpire: Johnstone.
Chicago Shot Oot Cincinnati
CHICAGO. April 28 Cincinnati was shut
out by Chicago today in a cleanly played
neldlng game and pltcnnrs- tattle. The
only run scored was made In the ninth on
Chance s single, a sacraflce and out and the
captains clean steal home. Score:
Blast. cf....4 4 1 0 OHusglna, Sb.. I 1 4 1 0
Sheckara, If.. I
feVnult. rf... I
Ctianoa, lb... 4
110 Barry, -rf 4414
10 1 OCarr, lb 4 4 I 0 4
I 11 1 0 Seymour of.. I I t I
4 110 Uelahanty, lb 1 0 0 1
0 11 0 Corcoran, aa.. I 0 I 0
gletnfaldt, lb 1
.114 4 1 Hlnchman, If 4 1 4
.10 4 10 Pbalpa. c 1114
.10 11 0 Walmer, p...l 0 4
ToUla 24 414 1
.1 424 14 1
Barry out for Interference.
Winning run made with two out.
Batted for Evers In ninth inning.
Chicago 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11
Cincinnati 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Left on bases: Chicago, 4; Cincinnati, 3.
Two-base hit: Chance. Sacrifice hits
Bhulte. Stelnfeldt, Hugglns. Stolen bases
Chance, Evers. Double plays: Tinker to
Evers to Chance, Hugglns to Corcoran
Btruck out: By Brown. 3: by Welmer. 1
Bases on balls: Oft Welmer. 4. Tim: 1:6a
Umpire: Carpenter and Klem.
Standing of tke Tea
Played. Won. Lost
New Tork 14 11 3
Pittsburg 12 8 4
Chicago 16 t
Philadelphia 14 7 7
St. Louis 12 s . j
Boston 14 7 ' 7
Cincinnati 17 6 12
Brooklyn 14 8 11
Games today: Pittsburg at Cincinnati,
cmcago at ti. iui.
GAMES IN THE AMERICAN I.KAGIE
Bostoa Torn Defeat Into Victory lar
PHILADELPHIA. April 21. What ap
peared to be certain victory for the Cham
pion today was turned Into defeat In the
last Inning, when a base on balls, two sin
gles and a double gave Boston three run
and th game. Score:
B.H O A C. B.H.O.A.E
ibacb. It... 1 1 OHartaal. If... 4 I 1 4 i
1 1 Brotubera, lb I
0 0 Lord, cf
1 4 bavla. lb 4
0 0 Say bold, rf... 1
1 4 Murphy, 2b... 4
Grlmahaw, lb I
rarrt. lb.... 4
1 0 croaa, aa....
1 0hrik. c...
4 0 Waddall. s.
Bander 1 4 4 4 4
It 11 II II l
Totala 11 I IT 11 1
'Batted for Waddell in ninth.
Boston 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 1 87
Philadelphia .........0 0 0 8 0 1 2 0 0-4
Left on bases: Boston, 8; Philadelphia, i.
Earned runs: Boston 3, I'inla(lei.iiia, a
Stolen buaea: Stahl, Dlneen, Hansel, Hd
Utch. Two-base hits: Graham, Davis, Sty
bold, Grlmshaw. Home runa: Seylxiltl,
Hansel. Sacrifice hits: Hroulhrrs, Be h reck.
Struck out: By Waddell, 7; by Dlneen, 5.
Baaes on balls: Off Waddell. 7; off Dint-en,
4. Parsed ball: Graham. Hit by fiu-hed
ball: Dlneen. Time: i.w. Vmpir: Evaui.
Cleveland Defeats Detroit.
DETROIT. April a. With the score tied
and the bases full in the ninth, Kubanks
missed a chance to retire Cleveland, hesi
tating when a bounder waa hit Into his
hands by Jackson with an easy double play
before him. Payne lust th throw when it
was made and Cleveland had right runs
before tha Inning closed. Wlggs waa taken
out In the third and Rhoadrs practically
was batted out of the box In the fifth,
(hough he remained In the game. Score.
B H O A g B H O A g.
4 4 1 4 4 Son. f 1 1 t 0
1 tl Llndaay. lb.. 4 I 11
I 4Mclntyra. It.. 11
1 OCobb. rf-cf ..a
4 Srriafer. lb.. 4
4 4Coufhlls, lb. 4
t I O Lr, as.. 4
I Payne . 0
1 I !. a t
4 4 1
nMo.all. lb... 4 I 10
bam la. 4 14
Rbotdas. 4 4 4
Eubanka, p... 1
41 14 11 I t'rawfur. rf . I
ToUla M 11 11 It 4
Cleveland 0 0 1 8 0 0 1 0 814
Detroit t 0 0 0 t 0 0 0 0 I
Earned runs: Detroit, 4; Cleveland, 4
Hit: Off WUg. 8 In three and one-third
Innings; off Eubanka. lo In five snd two
thirds Innings. Three-base hits: Flick, Be
mls. Sacrifice hits: Mclntyre (f), Bradley
121, Jackson. Stolen baaiea: Bay, Bradluy.
Bases on balls: off WlgKs, 1: off Eubanks
1; off Rhoades. I Hit by pitched ball: By
Eubonks, 1. I .eft on bases: Detroit. 4;
Cleveland, 8. Struck out: By Wtggs. 1; by
Eubank, fc Double plays: Turner to Sto
vall. Bradley to Lajoie to 8lova.ll. passed
Time: I:K. t'mpire: O'Latigh-
Senators I noble lo Hit f lorksoo.
WASHINGTON. April . Clsrkson held
Washington down to five hits todsy snd
New York won. 3 to 1. The betting and
fielding of Chase ehsred honors with Clsrk
son. One of the largest crowds of the sea
son witnessed the game. Score:
KfcW YORK. WASHINGTON.
B H O A B. B.H.O.A K.
Haha. tf 4 1 I 0 4 NIK. 4 0 1 4 4
Keeler rf....4 14 Scbalflr. lb.. I 4144
Wllilama. 2b. 14 14 1 Hickman, rf. 4 I I
La port a, lb... 4 t I 4 I Croaa. lb 4 I 4 1
haaa. lb ... 4 14 1 OAnaaraon, ir. 1 1 I
Elh.rf.ld. as. 4 1 4 4 I S'ahl. lb 4 4 I t 4
enroy. cf ... 1 110 Jonea. tl 4 4 1 1
Klelnnw. C...I 12 1 4 HaTdoa, C....I 4 4 14
CUrkso. p.. 4 I 4 I 4 Wolfe, p 4 4 4 4 4
smlfn. p 1 0 s V
Totala U 11 IT U J Sndboff p....l 4 4 4 4
Stanley .... 1 4
Totala 11 I 17 14 4
Batted for Wolfe In third.
New York 0 20002100-t
Washington 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01
Earned runs: New Tork, 4. Two-base
hit: Chnse. Three-base hit: Chase. Hits:
Off Wolfe, 4 In two Innings; off Smith. 4 In
four innlncs: off sudnofT. t in tnre in
nings. Sacrifice hit: Conroy. Stolen bsses:
Cross, Harm. Double plays: Nlll to Scshl-
fly to Stahl (2). Elberfrlri to Williams to
Chase. Left on bases: Washington. 6; New
Y"ork, 4. Base on balls: OfT Smith, 2; off
BiidhofT, 2; oft Clarkson, 1 Struck out: Uy
Wolfe. 1; by Smith, 2; by Sudhoff, 1; by
Clarkson, . Time: 1:40. Umpire: Sheri
dan. Chicago Wins In F.lghth.
RT IjOTMS. Anrll 28. Powell's Inabil
ity to field bunts cost St Louis the gam
today, as after Chicago filled the base In
the eighth Inning Donobue s single corea
th tlclng and winning runs. Score:
CHICAOO. 8T. LOl'IS.
O'Neill. rf....4 114 4Hartretl. lb. 6 Oil
P Jonea. cf.. I I I
1 4 Hempklll. cf.ll 1 I I
1 4 Stone, If 11 4 4 0
1 4 Wallace, a..l 1114
1 4 O' Brian, lb. . 8 4 I I I
4 4 Bicker, c... 4 4 4 4 1
4 1 Nil, rf 4 I 1
I IT. Joaea. lb.. 4 81
4 4 Fowell p.... I 1 1 1
Nordrk .... 114
labell, lb 4 1 I
Donohue. lb.. 4 1 14
Rob, lb 4 11
Vlnon. If... 14 1
Pundon. a. . 4 1 8
Sullivan, a... 14 1
Owen, p 4 4 1
Totala II 10 27 II 1
Totala..!... II I 17 14 I
Batted for Powell In ninth.
Chicago 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 2 05
St. Loul 1 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0-1
Earned runs: Bt. Louis. 1: Chicago. 2.
Two-base hits: Wallace, Donohue. Hemp
hill, O'Neill. Sacrifice hits: O Brien, Stone,
Sullivan, F. Jones. louole plays: o rtnen
to Wallace to T. Jones, Hemphill to Wal
lace, Powell to T. Jones to Wallace. Stolen
bases: Niles, Hartsell, Nordyke. Bases on
balls: Off Powell, 2; off Owen. 4. Struck
out: By Powell, 4; by Owen, 1. Ieft on
bases: St. Louis, 7; Chicago, 6. Time: 1:45.
Umpires: Connor and Connolly.
Standing of the Toons.
Played. Won. Lost
Bt. Louis ...
New York .
Games today: Detroit at Chicago. Cleve
land at St. Louis.
GABIES IN AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
Colombo Shot Oot St. Pvot lo
roT.TTMBTIH. o.. Aorll 28. Veil' effect
iveness with men on base and ena-
tlAnnl iiinivirl marie It lmnosslble for St.
Paul to score ana vvngiey tnpi acortu
th winning run. Half the receipt go to
the San Francisco reut tuna, acor;
COLUMBl'B. BT. PAUL.
B.H.O.A.E. ' B.H.O.A.E.
Pickering, cf. I 4 0 4 4 Oel.r. If 4 I 1 4
Flaherty, cf.. 1 4 4 Whealar, lb.. 4 1114
Prlel, Sb 4 4 11 Van7.ndt. ef. I 1 1 4 1
t o t riaka, rf.... a a
I 4 14 4 Paddo. lb... 4 118 4
14 14 1 guides, lb.
. 4 1 T 1
Wrlflay. lb.. I til IDrlll. o
Ryan, c I 4 morgan, p...,
Vail, p I I 1.4 Coy
Totals 17 I It II 1 ToUla U I 14 It 1
Batted for Morgan In ninth.
Columbus. 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1
St. Paul oooooooo o
Hlolen bases: Suaden. Marcan. Drill.
Sacrifice hits: Bruce, VenZandt. First
base on balls: Off Morgan, 2. Two-base
hits: Oeler. vanz,andt. inree-Das nit:
Wrlgley. Double play: Hulawltt to Klhm,
Marcan to Sugden. Struck out: By -Veil,
; by Morgan, 8. Wild pitch: Veil. Tim:
l:3. - umpire: euiuvan.
Kansas City Oatplaya Loolavlll.
LOUISVILLE, Ky., April SS-Kansa City
outplayed Louisville and won the third
game of the series. A fast doubl play by
VUinian ana orasncax waa a isaiure,
KANSAS CITT. LOUIBVILLB
B.H.O.A.E. B.H.O.A S.
Perrin. aa... 4 114 4 Krwln. rf... 4 4 14 4
Caaaa4y. rf... 4
Donahue, lb.. 4
110 4 Hallman. If.. 4 114
1114 8ullyn. lb. . 4 1 I 8 4
hbyle. If I I 1 1 I Braahaar. lb. 4 1 ( I
Hill, cf 4 4 1 4 4 Murphy, cf... 4 I I 1
Whitney, lb.. I 1 II 4 0 Woodruff, lb. 4 I 4 4 0
Burke. 1D....1 111 4 Qalnlan. a.. 41814
Leahy, e 4 1 I 1 I Stoner. c I 4 I
rraxu, p.... I 14 0 Kenna, p I 1184
ToUIS IT 11 It 11 4 ToUla 14 t 17 11 1
Kansas City 18000003 0
Louisville 11000000 4
Two-ban hit: Woodruff. Three-baa
hits: Kenna. Whitney, Burke. Horn runs
Mailman. Caasady. Stolen bases: Hill
Perrine. First base on balls: Oft Kenna,
4; off Ftants, 1. Struck out: By Kenna
z: by Frants. Z. wild pitches: Kenna (1)
F rants (1). Passed balls: Stoner (1)
Ieahy (1). Hit by pitched ball: Stoner,
Double play: Qutnlan to Brashear. Left
on bases: ixuisvuie, ; Kansas city, t.
Time: l:4z. Lmplr: Haskell.
Breeders OotSeld Hooslers.
INDIANAPOLIS. April . Through high
class fleldwork Milwaukee wa enabled to
defeat Indianapolis today. Score:
Oreen. If 4 1 I I Parry, If 4 14 4-4
M ( h y. rl-ea a o o 4 a carr, aa 4 I I 4 l
Hynaa. rf-lf . 4 1 4 4 4 Jama, lb.... I 4 18
Clark, Sb I I 4 4Rothgeb. at., 4 1114
Bat' a. lb-rf. 4 14 4 trarr.ll lb... 4 114 1
Roth, e 4 4 4 4 OR aft la, lb.... 4 4 14 4
MeCorm'k. lb 4 t 1 4 4 Cromley. rf.,4 1 4 4 4
Andres. aa..l OKaho. 4 4 4 4 4
Barilla, lb... I I 14 4 4 Halla. p 1 1 4
Oberlln, p.... 114 4 Planar, p 1114
e urtla 0 4 0 0
Total 1! I 17 17 I
Total 14 4 17 II
Curtis ran for Dlmlck lu eighth.
Milwaukee 0 0 0 1 0 8 0 1 04
Indianapolis 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01
Innings pitched: By Halla. 4; by Fisher, t.
Hits: Off Halla. 8: off Fisher. 6. Bases on
balls: By Fisher, 3; by Oberlln, 2. Struck
out: Bv Halla. a: hy f inner, x: by oberlln
4. Wild pitch: Oberlln. Hit by pitched
ball: Oberlln. Two-base nits: ureen, carr,
Mccormick, Cromiey. i nree-base hit
Hynes. Sacrifice hit: Oberlln. Double play
McCormlck to Bevllle. Stolen bases: Carr,
Clarke. Left on baaes: Indianapolis. I; Mil
waukee, t. Umpire: Owen and Kane. Tim
Minneapolis Shots Oot Toledo
TOLEDO. April Toledo waa shut out
today by Minneapolis, 8 to 0. Mlnnehan
waa easy In two inninga, allowing seven
runs to be scored, score:
AH. H.O. A. E. AB H O A E
Daria. cf t I I 1 4Canell. ef.. 4 1 4 4 4
Sullivan rf.. 4 114 ljuda. rf 4 1
Hart, lb 4 II I 4 Demont. a... I 1 I I I
Oremlogar, lb 1 1 I OKruger, Sb... I 1 I I 4
14 10 OKn.b. lb ... 1 4 I 1 1
I 1 1 I 1 Naora. I 1 I I 4
I 1 I I I W. Clark, lb 4 4 4 4 4
.41411 Abbott. 4 4 4
4 14 14 Mlnnhaa, p. I 4 4 I I
J. Clarka. If 1 4
M U T7 11 tUIUan, p 1 1
' Total 10 I 17 11 I
Minneapolis 0 0 1 0 0 0 4 1 08
Toledo 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Home run: Oehrlng. Three-base hit
Hart. Two-base hits: Davis. Connell. Hart
Struck out: By Oehrlng. 2; by Mlnnehan, t
Bases on balls: Oft Mlnnehan. 1: off Oehr
lng. 4. Sacrifice hits: Knabe. Hart. Hit
with pitched ball: Demont, Oraham. Stolen
bases: Sullivan, J tide. Double plays: Oehr
lng to Fox to Hurt, Davis to Shannon to
Oyler. Fox to Hart. Time: 8:00. L'mplrs:
StaoStaar Of tbo Tea ana.
Played. Won. Lost.
St. Caul ....
Kansas City at Loulavlila
Bt. Paul at Columbus, Minneapolis at To
ledo. ClltT Baa Ball Gaaaes.
At West Point West Point, I; Wm
At Providence Brown. 8: Princeton, S.
At Cambridge Dartmouth. 8, Harvard, i.
At New York Val. 15; Columbia. 8.
At Columbia, Mo. t'nlverslty of Mis
souri, 4; I'nlverslty of Bouth Dakota, 1.
Sopkoaaor t llrlals Wla.
IOWA CITT. Ia.. April 88.-(8peolal Tl
errsm ) Ths Rophnmor Collegiate won
the dual annual horn meet today with
twenty-ona point. Tha Treahmen En
(Inter and th Freshmen Collrgiate wer
tied for second plsc with twenty point-
r.arn day was roid and the trac wss soft
and the records made mere very poor.
KVKT ON TMK HI TRACKS
Merry l.ark Win th EleeWler
Maadlras) sit Jamaica.
NEW TORK. April St.-Rnseben. the I to
8 favorite, trailed horn fifth In the sixth
llO.nno Rxcelstor handicap at one mil and
a sixteenth at Jamaica today. In front of
the field at the finish was Merry Lark,
who was at to to 1. Ormondes Hlght wss
second and Eugenia Rurch tnlrd. rtoseben
waa beaten beiore seven furlongs hsrt been
covered and Just before the turn into th
strstch Merry ltrk csme from behind nd
held the lesd to the end. Delhi, Ram
Horn. Phil Finch. Red Kntaht and Master
of Craft were scratched and Roeeben
opened at 7 to 10. going to the post at 8 to
t. Rose ben went to tne front at once, at
tended by Hermitage, but soon shot hi
bolt and finished for back. l.ady Amells.
carrying lsi pounds. In tne Ave and a hair
furlongs handicap, was played at 1 to i,
but Halifax ran her Into the ground Inside
of four furlongs and won easily. Results:
First race, selling, six funongs: Es
cutcheon won. Aeronaut second. Listless
intra. Time: 1:14H-
Second race, selim. five furlongs: Flue
Dal won, Flowaway second, Irene A third.
Third race, five and a half furlongs: Qsr-
ner won. Lady Amelia second, optician
third. Time: 1:07.
Fourth race, the Excelsior handicap, mile
and a sixteenth: Merry Lark won. Or
mondes Right second, Eugenia Burch third.
Time: 1 :4. V.
Firth race, selling, mil na vnty
yards: Merry Morris won, Varieties ec
ond. Auromaster third. Time: 1:46.
Sixth race, five furlonas: Sewell won.
Umbrella second. Merrill third. Time: 1:02.
LEXINGTON, Ky., April 28.-Results:
First raoe. rive and a half furlongs: The
Englishman won. Noel aecond. Bulloba
third. Time: 1:074-
Second race, four and a half furlong:
Beau Brummel won, Tterney second, Dan
Bradley third. Time: 0:64.
intra race, nv ann a nsii ruriongs:
Clifton Forge won, Freatou Ston second,
Bensonhurst third. Tim: 1:07H-
Fourth race, six furlong: Kobin Hooa
won, Foxmead second, Aurocelver third.
Fifth race, five furlongs: Boxsra won.
Bud Hill second, Charles Gilbert third.
Time: 1: ,.
Sixth race, mile and a sixteenth: Miss
Doyle won, Elliott second, Reticent third.
MEMPHIS, Tenn.. April 28 Results:
First race, six furlonas. selling: Massive
won. Merry Bell second, Optional third.
Second race, four and a half furlongs:
Montgomery won. Lady Allece second, Pun
gent third. Time: 0:S7.
Third race, mile and a sixteenth : Druid
won. Little Scout second, Thlstl Down
third. .Tim: 1:80.
Fourth race, on mile. Tnne usxs:
Lady Navarre won, Sanfara second.
Ohlyeaa third. Tim: 1:48.
Firth rac. mil ana a quarter: in
castrlan won, Crowshade second, Joe Lea
ser third. Time: 8:12.
Sixth rac, seven furlongs: Lasell won,
Olen Gallant second, Bequltsr third. Tim;
1:81. . . .
Seventh race, six ruriongs: Angieta won,
Revolt second, Elastic third. Tim; 1:17.
BRILLIANT WORK OF AMERICANS
Martin J. Sheridan Especially Dts-
tlogalshes Himself nt Athens.
ATHENS. Anrll 28. The feature Of
th wek at the Olympic game undoubt
edly wa th brilliant record mad by the
American athletes. Martin 1. Sheridan,
of the Irish-American Athletic club, es
neclallv dlatlnarulahed himself. He won
sixteen points in th games, five for th
hot put, nv ror tnrowing tne aiscu.
three for the standing broad jump and
three for putting the stone, and he will
sr-ore rjro bablv In the ancient Greek
oiscus ana tne stanaing nign jump,
well a In th hurdles, ir nis leg noias out.
Thai rendition of his lea Is not good.
however, and for that reason h retired
from the Pentathlum series of contest
Th Americans ar greatly Impressed
by the gathering. They ar pleased with
the Greeks, civilians and officials, who
hav been most kind In their treatment
The keenne of the people for th sports
Is Illustrated by the fact that although
Thursday there were only two event ln
alde the Stadium throwing the Javelin
and weight lifting 88,000 pctators were
A feature rtt the meetlna even mor
pleasant than th general good humor
has been th attltuds or King ueorga
and th princes and princesses whose
simple and kindly manner has gon
straight to th heart of all th visitor.
Th. Lin rM th nrlnr-ea. attired In in
conspicuous uniforms, hav mingled with
the crowd, shaking hands and chatting
with many. . .
Today was spent in dealing with tha
overflow from yesterday'a event which
itrxra-ed nut at arreat lenath. Th events
wer th Pntathlum series, consisting
of five games, each competitor taking part
In all flv. These Included th 182-metr
run, standing long Jump, the classical
throwing of th discus. Javelin throwing
and Graceo-Roman wrestling. The Pen
i.ihinm aertea excited little Interest and
ended this afternoon with some wrestling
between men not versed In the gam. Th
results of this series roiiows:
First, the Swede, Melander: econd,
Mudln, Hungarian; third. Lemming.
The Jury' award In th diving con-
teat provea a surprise, n wm s 'J
believed tnai tne tniinnnian, oniji")
would take first prise, but he- was placed
seventeenth, th German, Wall and
Hoffman, being given first and second
The team swimming event groused con
siderable excitement. Th Hungarian,
Halmy. won the 1.000 metre In 18 mln-
AQkL ftuMnna rarord time. Which
was' only given out after considerable
argument . . . .
A great crowd gathered today to wateh
k Anal ahootln events on th arid
plain of Calllthea, aome distance from
Athens. The Frenchman, Locoq, won
th thirty yard open revolver event with
a o6r of 268. Staudelhofen, Swiss, taking
the open rifle with a score of 244.
The Germans beat th Grek In tb
final sword team event.
VHk ik Bowlera.
In the game rolled last night only th
core of McCaguf and Potter count In
the tournament. Anderson and Griffith
doubled up to t them a pace, aa their
cheduled opponent were not able to bowl.
If the pace had been followed there would
18 8 4 8 Total.
.1M 1tt 157 202 19 912
.180 167 12 139 201 869
.878 32S 849 IU 890 1.781
12 8 4 8 Total.
.201 1T2 26 204 177 1,00
.204 15 l'l m 236 907
.406 817 438 KS 412 1,867
Cerassi vs. Jettr Gold Top.
The Jetter Gold Top will play th
Corona of Omaha at the Jetter ground
this afternoon. A good gam of amateur
ball is looked for. a both team r oon.
sldnred fast. The gam will stsrt promptly
at 2:80. as Immediately arter in jon
parell and Btarllgms win piay.
Na Issisr Game al laSlaaaaalla.
INDIANAPOU8. Ind., April 28. Th In
dianapolis American association announces
there will De no more ounuay uin van
game in this city.
It begins to look as If Omaha I id mors
men than ever who wer apt to step up to
in piai ana line oui tne
Bender 1 expected along shortly and
Fenlun will go to Lincoln May 1 t grad
ual, returning to th team June 1.
Aa the time for th opening ot tho sesron
approaches It Is appsrent that Om.ilia has
one of th fastest teams In th jilsiory of
base bsll In th city.
All three youngsters in th Inileld for
Omaha ar speedy with their wing. It is
worth th price to see Runkl and Per
rlng throw across th diamond, toward
1 about a clumsy on his feot a Ma
brothel Del, but somehow he jms to be
able to get to :h point where lb ball 1.
Fanlon 1 making a hit with th fan
for hi great ped. H only lacks lull
sperlenc on the base when he will be
come a most valuable man. 11 fields well
and hit well and I a good addltlo.i to tb
team. Fenloa made record uf 10 c
onda for th hundred yards and wa mam
mal with Bender In th Intel collegia t
What do you think of th Greska yetting
or at th American because thev won so
many prises? They will hav is be tr
yt before these Olympic game ar over,
for the boys ar simply warmiig t.p
now. When they sink thnlr gilt thcr
will b something doing In old Athens even
If it makes tb Orerk so nuul will
hav to send a warship or two to 4l
Wadnaalar will ba tha Ma dav In lha
Western league, for on that day all the i
teania ar scheduled to tpn their battel le J
en other lelluwa. Omaha wlalie to e;v
notlo on ail th other team that th eld
pennaut pel at Vinion Straet park la th
mast suitable placa la th league for the
flying of th flag next year. The team htm
rounded Inta flrst-claaa form and t
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