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THE 0MA1TA -DAILY BEE: SUNDAY. MAY IS. lWfi.
OMAHA PLAYS RAGGED GAME?
IVopi Tim of Serial to Dn?T by Soort of
fix to Fear.
CHANCE TO WIN OUT IN THE NINTH
Tr Hmtlrm, Fallowed by Ham Plea
Drive ay Koakallk. Urines l
tut Davis. Al-
Tlme: 1 ' 1'mpire;
Staaa'taa of thr Tram
i Flsyfd Won. Ixet.
Omaha 8 7 !
l"nver 1" 7 8
Sinus Tit)- 8 3
!" Moines 8 S 4
Lincoln 8 8
ridio in !
Oames tndsv: Oruiha t rvenver. Lincoln
lit Pueblo, Sioux City at lies Molne.
DENVER. Colo.. May 12-Omsha lout a
somewhat yellow game today to tnver.
partly through errors union the visitor
and partly through lie superb pitching of
rltp, who struck out eight men. Koukalik
wag elld at all stages and presented tha
gnnie to I'enver through four free passes
given at critical time, ftenver acetimu
Inted kIx run from fight hits, while
Omaha, with a total of seven, could bring
hut four men across the rubber. At the
nd of the slsth the erore atooil to 1 in
favor of Denver. In the ninth, with two
inrn Our, Hownrd and Gondlna; singled and
were brought In by a home run hit by
Koukalik. Bwscey got second on a fumble,
hut th side wa retired h.v Bender's popup
to Meyern at first. Just aa K seemed that
lie visitor wer to pall victory from de
J. Smith. e..
T. Smith. 2h..
Ms Vera lb
' orns rf
i lending c
H. PO. A. F. I
12 5 2
8 3 0 1
0 10 0
2 7 10
0 0 0 0
1 37 " 1
H PO. A. E.
0 J 0 0
0 t 4 1
0 2 7 1
0 0 0 0
0 13 1
1 S 3
3 3 4 0
"7 24 li
.p.r. fin,, WESTERN "
AVF.RMiF.a OF TIIK OHII4 PI.AYF.R
Week nf Vlelorlee ee the Flaarea
Omalia played five game during the
week and won four of them, an 0 per cent
gait. The loea to Ienver Saturday after
noon wan due to Koukalik' wlldne and
the erratic support of the tram behlnl
hirn. It we an off week for Howard, for
lie succeeded In accumulating six error
In th tlve game, and only went through
one without a mtarue. He made thr
vesterday afternoon. ed Runkle mad1
threw In the lat game lie played it
Pueblo. No new h pcreolated through
a to why Hobble Carter i out of til
game, or why Runkle ha been laid off,
hut It mint be because of Injuries receive!
at Puehle. Carter plaved In the opening
gnme there, but ha not been seen alnre
on the fleld. Or.nrllng got onto tho map
again, both In Holding and batting, and
has hi s'akes set In the old familiar
holes. Dolan. Rimklo and Howard man"
their batting figure look a little better,
and Dnlan played the bag without a
wobble, and hi average 1 thereby much
Improved. Corn wa the r!rt of th
pitcher to get a hit. but McNeeley and
Koukalik followed him a oon a thev
could ret to the bat. Koukalik ha the
flrat home run of the cmnn to bl credit
now. The figure for the team are almost
1 I exactly the same aa a year ago. Iat yesr
on Mav 13 the team waa hitting .214 an-l
Adding V3. Tlie figure for the current
aeaaon up to thia morning are:
CHICAGO BLANKS BROOKLYN
Windy City Nationt.li Hit Futorini Hard
and in Bunch.
LUNDGREN PITCHES FINE GAME
Only ne af
the lallnr ae
..2 0 0 0 s 1 0 0 o-r.
..1 0 0 0 0 0 e 0 s 4
Pialen aaaea: Baaaey. Raae on bnlla:
il I'aigc. 2; off Koukalik. 4. Struck out:
l.v I'.-ilge, S; by Koukalik. 3. I-eft on base:
wenver. d; Omaha. 7. Home run: Koukalik.
HeUlm o J. Bmlth. J. Smith to T. Smith, to
Meyer; Hender to Dolan. Time: 1:83. Um
pire : Fuller. Attendance: 2.000.
Champion Ie at Home.
DKS MOINES. May 12. After raising the
liatnplonehlp pennant before a crowd of
lir arly 4 0 people, the De Molne ctium
I'l'.ns were deffHted' by Sioux City by a
coie of ( to 1. The game waa filled with
1 t hi Ilia from start to finish. The Champion
played looeely to begin with and Manake
was Xund lor hit Hint meant score in
the flrat four inning. Then the Champion
took a batting and fielding rally. Stoop
, succeeding Manske In the box. Sioux City
waa shut out for the five succeeding lu
lling, hut already had a lead that Dea
Molne failed lo overcome. Score:
AB.- R. H. O. A.
.... 4 ' 0 0 1 0
n AB R H Ave Week
Welch 2 4 10 .3T.7 .fWO
Bender 7 HO 7 10 .3X3 .33
Corn 13 0 1 .:m .777
carter ;o 5 2.v 2.v
McNeeley .... 1 12 3 .2V) "0
Wonding R 17 2 4 2. .O'O
Dolan Jt 3:1 R .Jifl .2m
Bassev ! , 38 8 .211 .312
Runkle 7 2 7 S .102 OK7
Howard 9 .V 2 K .174 OS;
Koukalik i 7 1 1 .143 ."
Sander 2 8 0 0 ono .uoo
Iiodge 2 7 10 .0110 oi)
Pcrrlng 30 1 t .300 .338
Team f 29 4 70 .236 .218
O A K TC Ave Week
Baaney IS 8 0 18 1.000 1. (too
Carter ti 1 0 7 1 otui l.Ouft
Corns 0 7 0 7 1.000 I.OdO
McNeeley 3 8 0 11 l.Ono 1.0"0
Sanders 0 8 0S l.fl0 l.oi0
Dolan 7 1 2 7 875 .
Oondlng 21 1 31 .871 .!
Welch 2.3 4 1 28 .884 l.irnO
Perrlng 18 24 ! 44 .!( l.tw
Bender 12 3 45 .?3:t .8vVl
Howard L'4 L'4 7 53 .73 .2
Runkle s 1.1 i .8:H .8X2
Dodg 0 8 14 .TOO .6ml
Koukalik 0 3 1 4 .750 l.ono
Team 225 120 23 368 .837 .949
CHICAGO. May l!.-Chlcgo walked all
over Brooklyn today, hitting Patorlou
hard and In bunches. Lundgren allowed
only two single, only one'of the visitor
reaching eecotid and one on third. Srore:
H OAK. n H OA g
!!. rf I 1 rer. Sh 4 1 I 4
fthnklira. If.. I 1 Rlrh f 0 I A f
Srhulie. rf... 1 I I UimlT. rf...l 1 1 1
Hotfmn, IK. 4 1 11 I .lMn, lb t II 0 0
8tlnflilt. Ik 4 t 1 lMlleaer. cf..l 1 I 0 i
Tlrk'r. 4 til tAlparmaa. M I 1 4 0
Erern. 2k 4 I 4 i Hummel, tn.. I t 4 I (I
Kline, c 4 I t Rltt.i. r tilt
Landcrea. a . 4 I I 4 t PsKortM. . I I
Totili 34 II 7 13 1 .
Totlll H I 14 It 1
"hatted for Pastoriu In ninth.
Chicago 3 0 0 o 3 1 1 0 I
Brooklyn 0 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 00
Left on base: Chicago. 4: Brooklyn. 2.
Two-baae hits: Slagle. Stelnfeldt. Three
bae hit: Single. Sacrifice hit: Schulte.
Hummel. Stolen baae: Scheckard. Double
Slav: Lundgren. Ever and Hoffman,
truck nut: Bv l.undgren, 4; bv Pastoriu.
2. Passed ball; Hitter. Base on ball:
Off l.undgren, S: off Pastoriu. 1. Time:
1:37. empire: Emalle.
8. I.nnl Win front Raatan.
ST. DOflS, May 12 Boston inaug
uiated ita flrat weatern trip of
the season by losing to St. Lou1
I to I. The locals hit came at opportune
time, while Taylor was effnctlva with
iren on base. Score: ,
ST. LOt 18. BOSTON
inning, after Columbu had made four in
the third. Score:
KAS8A I1TT COl.t'MRVa
fA H O A r. -. B H O A g.
Perrlne. w . .
I'lMMi. If .
rmnfthue. Ih. .
Ulilllv... , . ..
s rwniit. ef.
i rni. jn......
I'aulicr. If... 4
a kikm. Ik.... I
t Hl.llt, nv, 4
a -ante, rf I
(I Writle.T, Ik.. 4
Hri. f . . .... 4
KoberialUe, a I
Total II It IT II ToUH M I li IT t
Kna City 1 1110 0 10 -J
Columbus ii 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 03
Earned run: Kansas .Cltv, 3: Columbu.
2. IWt on hascV Kansa Cltv. 4; Columbus.
7. Tmo-base hit: Hill, Phvle. rerrMie.
Hae on balls: iff Franta. 3; off Rober
taille. t. Struck ou: By Franta. 8; bv Rob
ertallle. 1. Double plav; I'errlne to'Dono.
hue to Whitney. Stolen base: Cassaday.
Hulswitt Time: 1:40. I'mplre: Owen,
atandlna 4f the Team.
Played. Won. l.oat. Pet.
Milwaukee 18 12 7 MJ
Toledo 28 13 M
Ixuilsville 21 II 10 .fw't
Columbu i4 12 12 .& ft
Minneapoli ?3 II 12 .478
Kanaas City 23 11 12 .47S
Bt. l"aul 23 1 13 .43.-.
Indianapoli 23 8 14 .oM
base on ball: Off fjiiiigan. 2: off Morse
i. Struck out: By ljinlgaii. 1, by Morse.
3: bv IMH. 3 Stolen Imses: riahback.
Steen. Hwle. Feiilon Hit by pitched hull:
Bv IJinlgan. 2; bv Morse. 1. Sacrirl.-e hit.
Mullen Time: I Xj. 1'mplre: Bradford.
ITWHH', 4i'. ........
Ma goon, 2b
. AB. K.
B H O A .
Tne Home Team Jimmy' Veralon.
Well, I aees de game last Sunday an' de
home team aint xo poor;
Giles dat bunch dat Pa ha gaddered la de
goods dls year, fer sure:
Ail de gang wa full o" ginger say, Dat
Corn guy is de cream.
An' de way he akinned de Duckies made de
fana ait up and scream.
All Pa'a pitcher 1 de money an' can ped
dle out de good
la way to make deae aluggers go
IKkidoo Into de woods.
Jawnny tionding la de artist dat he always
wa. you bet,
. But dat Bender I a dandy an' he'll get de
1 Den dat Perrlng dat la guardlh' SchiDke's
u I corner down at t Ird
l Ain't no has-been, let me whiRper, an' dat
. Runkle Is a bird:
WM Joe Dolan on de flrat bug and dat
1 Howard on bag two,
Kr 1 Guess It'a safe to lay your money dat de
0' Rourkea II cop a few;
1 ' An" dat outfield, ain't he daisy ? "Scooter"
0 Carter, Baseey, AVelch
1 Can dat bunch corral de leather? Can dey
0 ! go aome? 1 should belch.
0 Oh, 1 guess we needn't worry, so let's all
0 sit up an' grin,
1 ' F-r dey all look good to fadder. and he
says dey're bound to win.
TotS.ll 3 13 27 K 3
'Halted for 8 Loup in ninth.
Sioux City 0 3 18 0
lies Moine 1 0 0 0 1
Andrea. Two-base hits:
t2l. Dexter, Hogrlever Oil,
Tyro Game at Diet Park.
Two games are scheduled for Dieta park
for Sunday afternoon, the first hetwenn
tlie Dietx club and Fort Omaha, tailed at
2:1 p. m., and tha aecond to follow Im
mediately between the Diets Association
team and the W. G. Clark company team.
. Second . . .
. Pitcher . . .
. ( 'atelier . .
. Right field
1 1 a yea
Hawkins. . . .
Mllbourn. . ,
Nobillt. Home run: Weed. Double play:
Newton to Bauer; Newton to Weed. Bases
on balis: Oft Manake, 2; off Jarrott. . Hit
by pitched ball: By Jarrott, I. Struck out:
lly Manske, 4; by Stoup, 2; by Jkrrott, 5.
Passed hulls: Tonne, I: Her. 1. Wild
pitch: Manske. Time: 3:04. I'mplre: Keefe.
Fainter, Has aa Day.
PI'EBI.O, Colo.. May 12. Twelve bobble
by the Indian, seven of which were made ' w. Q. Clarke Co. Position
by Palrler, allowed Ducky Holme' bunch Leeney Third
of Cornhuskers to take the first game of I Harnet Second
the series by a acore of 12 to 3. The In- ! Hem y " First
dlana again went Into today game in at Howell piu-her '
badly crippiea condition. Minor ana rauroi. Connell Catcher
noin pucners. were in ii nrsi oie miti
left field, while Btarkey, an Inflelder, was
In center. The twitting feature of the gnme
was Melchlor's home run In the fifth, when
he drove the I will to tha left field fence.
Btarkey followed with a three-aaeker to
center and this, with Faurot'a My out to
right, scored Pueblo s first two runs. Score:
' AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Fau rot. If i ii I 2 V n
Minor. Il 4 M 41 11 1 0
Elwert. 2b .'.. 4 0 1 4 7 3
Painter. 8b 4 0 10 17
Melchlor, if 4 1 2 o
Siarkey, cf filial
Flake, as 3 W 1 2 3 0
Meaaltt, c 1 0 it 3 1 0
Mislar, c 1 1 ti 1 2
rltlmmel. p 3 U u 1 1 J
Morrison 0 U 0 o V
Total "l 7 27 1 12
Kyau . . .
. . . .Latham
. v Hull
. . . Masamaii
. . . .Latterly
. . . Anderson
. . . Matthews
. . . .Goddard
. . . Spellnian
b h o a r.
Kauk. e 1 t t riaM. n
Snuterr. t ... I 7 1 0 Tcnnev. lb.
Bennett. Ih..4 t 1 I 0 rnl. rf...
Shannon. If... 4 t t t Hnwsnt. If.
Arnitt, lb ... I 1 1 C Rrsln. Ik...
Berkley, lb.. 4 f t IHim. cf...
Bmoot. rf 4 I t t StrohH, lb.
Hlmee. rf 4 I I 1 Ml' Nell. r...
MrBrme. St.. 1 I I 0 ITefter, p...
imjur, p eioxn
ToUI M 7 J4 11 S
ToUI SI It 17 II I)
St. Louis 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 1 5
Boston 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2
Earned runs: St. Louis, 3; Boston. 1.
Three-base hits: Arndt, Smoot, Rtroebel.
Home run: Pfeffer. Sacrifice hits: Slat
ter.v, Berkley. Stolen bases: Arndt, Hlme,
Bennett. Hit by pitched 111: By Taylor,
Bates. First base on balls: Oft Pfeffer,
t. Struck out: By Tavlnr. 3. Left on
bases: St. Louis. S; Boston, 5. Time;
1:35. Umpires: Carpenter and Conway.
Qaakers Win on Errors.
PITTSBCRG. Pa.. Mav 1 2 Philadel
phia today made all its runs but one on
error by the Pittsburg; team. Score:
Oamo tody: Columbu at Kansas City,
Toledo at Milwaukee. Indianapoli at St.
Paul. Louisville at Minneapolis.
AMF.S) I THK AMERICA I. Is A til F.
Detroit Asala Mint Oat Wnsklnston
fcy Srore at 4 to t.
WASHINGTON. May 12.-The Detroit
again shut out the Washington team todny,
the score being the same a eterrtny. 4
to 0. Donoliue pitched finely in ttght plat e.
Patten was batted out of the box In the
third Inning, out Smith, who relieved hltn,
allowed but four Scattered hit. Score;
DETROIT WASHINGTON. .
B.II.O A R.
B H O. A.E.
Cnhh . rf 4 1 1 Kill, at 4 11
I,ln4T. lb . K 111 8 .Innea. rf 4 8 t n
Mrlnlyre. If.. 4 1 0 (. ( raw. h 4 I I il
Crawler, rt. t 1 Aniterann. If.. 4 I fl
irheefer. th .4 14 1 0 at'ahl. lb 4 1 7
Coushltn, Jb. 1 8 J 0 Hrkmin. rf . 4 I
" 4 4 0 Wlllltme. tb. 4 4 t
4 It 0 8 Kltitwlse. r 1 t
,10 0)0 Petlen. p 0 0 0 1
Smith, p 0 t
Tetalk 1110 17 14 01lKler I 0 0
0'Lenr. m.. I
rt. 4 0 t 0 Leach.
wart, 3b I l
Me. If 4 i 2
Tttue. rf Ill
Brannfleld. lb 4 t 10
Ponhn, aa. ... 4 1 l
Oleaaon, lb.. I 1 I
Pool, e 4 0 1
Mcclnekey, p. 4 I 0
Fill man, ss .,
Holmes, If ...
Quill tn. 3b ...
Thomas, lt .
Collltia, rf ...
Barton, 2b ..
Zanran. c ...
44 12 11 37
Utd Xor. 8liinml. In pintli.
ijnooin I 4 3 0 0 1 3 0-12
Stolen bane: Holmes. Collins. Threej
tM hit: Biarkey. Passed ball: Slalor.
First base on rwlls: Off Stlmmel, t; off
Jones, t. Struck out: By Stlmmel, by
Jonea, 3. ltt on Lases: Pueblo, ; Lin
coln. 8. Sacrtrtca hit: Thomas. Home ruu:
Melchlor. Hit by pitched hall: Qulllln.
Staler. Double play: Messltt to tlwert.
Elites Defeat Omaha Hlh,
The first teuni .f the Nebraoka School
for the Deaf again defeated the Oniuha
Higli school in a fast and interesting game
on the former' grounds Saturday after
noon. The mute won through superior
batting, making seven hfls to, the high
school boys' one. Sabln, for the mute,
pitched an excellent gnme, striking out
eleven men. Warren, lor the mutes, mutl
two Of the seven hit. Score: R.H E.
N. 8. D 0 4 0 0 0 0 2 0 7 4
O. H. 8 0 0 3 0 1 1 II 0 O-i 1 6
Batterlea: Mutes, Sabln. Dunker and See.
ley; High school, Anderson and Baker.
CoUrse Base Ball tiarnaa.
At Champaign. III. Illinois, 3; Michigan.
2; (twelve innings).
At Worcester, Masa Yale, 10; Holv
At Chicago i'niveislty of Chicago, 7;
At West Point-West Point. 8; Ford
ham, At Princeton, N. J. Princeton, 2; Cor
tiaaaes la Three-I Leagae.
At Rock Island Rock Island, 3; Bloom
At Springfield Springfield, 11; Dubuyue 1.
At Cedar Raplda Cedar Rapida, 5; Pe
At Decatur Decalur, 2: Davenport, 1.
North Beat! Wins at Srhayler.
SCHl'YI.Krt, Neb., May 12. (Special Tel
egrsm.l The North Bend High school de
feated the high school here In a game of
bane hall this afternoon by the score of
Notilnf Is mort discouraginf than to have an unhealthy eors o,
nicer reaiat one treatment alter another, sometimes scabbinf over au-l
apparently retting' well, then returnimr with renewed energy and becoming
worse than before. Sores and ulcers are not due to outside causes; if they
wers, salve, plasters, lotions, etc., would cure them. They are kept tip by a
diseased ad polluted condition of the blood brought on by the absorption of
refuse and waste matters of the body into this vital fluid. These acccunaubtions
find their way into the blood, usually because of an inactive and sluggish
condition of the system. Nature intends that they shall bo carried oil
through the usual channels of waste, but the different members failing to
perform their duties properly leave the matter to sour and ferment. The
blood then, in its effort to keep the system healthy, absorbs these poisons and
at the first bruise, cut or wound the sore is formed, and the constant
drainage of . foul matter through it keeps the place open and irritated
so it cannot heal. Another cause for old sores end ulcers is the pol
luting or weakening of the blood from the re
mains of some constitutional trouble or the
elects of a long spell of sickness. S. S. S.
begins at the fountain-head and drives out all
poisonous matter and srerms. and makes a last-
PURELY VEGETABLE. 1B enrt- A "o" M the ysteni gets nnder
the influence of S. S. S. the inflammation
gradually leaves, the flesh takes on healthy color, and soon the place is
permanently neaiea. jjooa on sores anfl nicer and any medical advice with
cf I 0 0 1 0
1 OQatnlev. rf 3 J 0 0 0
0 0 RMchey. 2b.. 4 1 3 1
0 0 Waanar, aa... 4 0 I I I
1 il Nealon. lb... 4 11111
I 0 Sheehan. lb. . 4 1 t 3 1
7 1 Clark. If.... 4 1 0
1 Oniheon, r....'. t 1 8 1
i 0 Wlllla. p 3 0 18
. 'Meier 1 0 0 0
Totala 38 8 17 II 1
Totala 34 T 27 15 I
Batted for Willis in ninth.
Philadelphia 2 0001 002 18
Pittaburg o 0 1 u 0 0 0 0 1 i
Two-base hit: MeCloakey. Three-base
hit: Oanley. Sacrifice hits: Courtney,
Ward. Gleason. Stolen baes: Magee 121.
Titus, Bransneld. Doolin. First baae on
balls: Off Willis. 1; off McCloskev. 3.
Struck out: By Willis. 4; bv McCloskev.
1. Wild pitches: Willis (2). Left on
bases: Pittsburg. 8; Philadelphia, 4.
Time: 1:35. Umpire: Klein.
Cincinnati Win In F.levenlb.
CINCINNATI. O.. May 12-Devlln s wild
throw, saving Sclilei, Huggin' sacrifice and
Barry's single gave Cincinnati the winning
run In the eleventh Inning. MsUraw and
McOann Were pul off the field for di-
Sutlng decisions. Delehanty was hit un
er the eye by a Toul tip off hla own bat
In the tenth Irnlng and forced to re the.
from the game. Errors were responsible
for both runs scored by New York. Score:
CINCINNATI. NEW YORK.
B.H O A E B.H.O.A.E.
nucgina. 10 . I l 3 i 0 Breanahan. . I 1 4 4 0
Barry, lb 4 1)2 4 C Browne. rf...S I
0 1 0 (I Donlln. uf I
1 0 OMrGann. lb.. 4
0 I ZBowarm'n, lb
Men. If.... I
1 4 I II liahlen. ae ... 4
1 1 nerltn. Sb.... 4
0 14 OUIIbert, Jb... 4
111 SAmea. p I
OOP O'Strani 1
Tsjflor, p I
loiaia at ikiii
Total, IS 632 24 1
Batted for DeleliHiity in tenth.
Two out when winning run scored.
Batted for Ames In eighth.
Cincinnati 0 (tOlOltiooO 13
New York.-. 0 000010010 02
Earned run: Cincinnati. Three-base
hit: Seymour. Sacrifice hits: liuggins,
Donlln. Stolen base: Corcoran. Double
plsy: Hlnchman to Barry: Ewlng.
Schlel, Corcoran to Muggins; Gilbert, Dah
len to McOann. Struck out: By Kwlug
I; by Ames, 4. by Taylor. 1. Ha on
balls: Off Kwlng. 2; off Amea, J; off Tay
lor, 1. Hits: Ofl Auies. 3 in seven Innings;
off Taylor, 3 In three and two-thirds in
ning. Wild pitch: Kwuig. Time: 2:40.
L'mi'lres: O Day slid Johnstone.
SlanUlas of the Traaaa.
Played. Won. Loat.
Keller. If. .. 4
Seymour, rf . . 4
Delehanty. lb 3
Leber). Ik.... 0
Corcoran, aa.. . 4
Hlnt hmsn, rf 4
Ewlnf. p 4
Totala 34 8 27 10 9
Batted for Patten.
Detroit 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 0-4
Washington 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Two-hase hit: Coughlln. Three-base hit:
Cobb. Hits. Oft Patten, 5 In three InnlnRs;
off Smith, 4 In six Innings. Sacrifice hits:
Cobb. Coughlln. Stolen bases: Anderson.
Double plnys: Schaefer. O Leary and Llnd.
say. Left on base: Washington, 7; De
troit 7. Bnse on balls: Off Patten, 3; off
Smith, 1; off Donohue, 1. Struck out: By
Patten, 2; by Smith. 4; bv Donohue, 1.
Passed ball: Klttredge. Time: 1:W. Um
Cleveland Shata Out fn York.
NEW YORK, May 12 Cleveland shut out
the New York Americans today In an
eleven-Inning game which was exciting
from start to finish. Score:
CLEVELAND. NEW YORK.
B.H.O.A.E. R.H. OAR.
men. rr II Keeler. rf....S 101
0 Klherfeltt. 5 (I I S 0
0 I haee. lb I J 17 0
I) La Porte. Ib.. I 7 3 0
0 Ilelehanttr. If, 4 I I 0 1
1 t'onrnv, of. ... I 1 1 0 0
Morlnrlly. Ib 4 0 0 I 0
0 Klelnns. c. .. 4 1 4 I 1
0 Orth, p 4 0 0 -4 0
Par. of 4
P.radley, b.. 4
Lalnle. Ik.... I
Roarman. lb. 4
Conpalton, If. m
Turner, a. ... R
( lark, c 4
Jim, p 4
Totala 40 11 14 1 Totala 3 I 33 17 I
Clevelund .0 000000000 22
New York 0 800000000 0-0
First base on halls: Off Orth, 2. Struck
4u; By Orth, 8; by Joss, 5. .Three-base
hit: Chase. Two-base hit: Congalton.
Sacrifice hits: Conroy, Bradley. Stolen
base: Clarke. Double plays: LaPorte to
Chase (2), ijiPorte (unassisted i, Lajoie to
Turner lo Rossman. Time: i:t. Umpires:
Connor and O'Loughlin.
Waalalell Too Sfarh for ( hlcagn.
PHILADELPHIA. May 12. Waddells
pitching today resulted in a shutout for
B.H. OAS. B.H.O.A.E
Armb'ater, rf. 3
BnMitbera, 3b 4
Lorn. It 4
H. Dsvia, lb. 3
Sevbold. rf... 4
Murphy, 2b... i
Craa, aa I
Shraik. v I
Wtddell, p... 3
0 10 OO'Neill. rf.... 4
0 1 l llabell. rf 4
1 8 0 OO. Davla, aa.. 4
17 1 0 Donahue, lb.. 4 0 II 1
118 0 Hahn. If 1110
111 0 Sullivan, c... I'
0 14 OTannehlll, Sb I
18 8 ODundon. 2b... I
110 totn, p, I
10 0 0
0 0 4
Tetala 28 117 13 Totala 0 4 24 0 1
Philadelphia 0 U 1 0 1 2 0 0 I
Chicago 0 U 0 U 0 0 8 00
Left on bases: Chicago. 2; Philadelphia,
4. Karned . runs: Philadelphia, a Two
bar hit: Seybold. Home run: Schreck.
Sacrifice hit: Waddell. 11. Davis. Struck
out: By Waddell. 8. First base on balls:
Off Waddell. 1: off Owen. 1. Time: 1.20.
Umpires: Sheridan and Evans.
St. I.oals Beats Boston.
BOSTON, Mm., May 12.-Poor pitching
waa responsible for Boston's tenth con
secutive defeat. A hatting rally in the
eighth by St. Louis was the feature. Score:
8T. LOrig BOSTON.
O Brlea, 2b..
1 Cnlllna. 3b... I
Helba. h. If. . . 4
Otlrlmahaw, lb I
0 Parent, aa.... 4
Oaiahl, cf 3
OOodwln, rf... I
0 Kerria. !b I
0 tlrchatn, c I
30 I 27 8 I
0 6 08
0 0 0 0-1
New York .
St. lrfiuis ...
0 Ulbfuin. p 0
. . Ul,l.r - a
Totala 17 11 27 10 1 '
St. Louis 3 10 0 0
Boston 1 o 0 0 0
lwo-bae hits: Collin, Rickey. Three
baae hit: Stnhl. Home run: Wallace.
Su.len baae: parent. Hits: Off Oibson In
one Inning, 2; oft Winter in eight Inning,
. Firt base on balls. Off Ulbsoii. 2, off
Inter. 3; off Olade. 4. Struck out: By
Olbson, 1; by Winter. ; bv (Untie, jj.
Passed balls: Graham, 2. Tlnie: r1.44. Um
Standing of the Teauta.
PlHyed. Won. Lost
Uonil (ianaea at Fort Omaha.
Two game of ball were played at Fort
Omaha Saturday afternoon, the first a prac
tice gnme with Company M Thirtieth In
fantry from Fort Clock, was won by th
visitors by the score of 10 to 8.
The second game was with the I'nirn
Pacific ahull team and wa won by the
signal men by the score of in to 8 Trie
frHtnre of thl game was the home rtm
drive by Wagner of the Fort Omaha team,
with three men on buses. In the sixth In
ning lieonberger for the fort team pul the
side down with six balls rltched.
In the finals at the Country club In the
golf match which was started on the open
ing a week ago, Blaine Young beat J. S.
Brady four up and three to phty.
In the foursome, which was arranged by
J. S Brady, who took ns a partner Ray
mond lowe against F.. II. Sprngue mid
Blaine Young, the match was won by
Spragu and Young.
The play for the qualifying round for the
committee cup put the following In t'ie
eligible class: K. II. Spragvie. W. A. Redtck.
SprRgue Abbott. W. D. Banker. .1. R.
Scobie. J. K. Buckingham. B It. Kimball
and Raymond l.owe.
In the drawing for the play off these
paired: R. R. Kimball and K. II. Sprague;
V. A. Redi.-k Riid R.iymiitnl lwc: .1. K.
Buckingham and W. D. Banker; Sprague
Abbott and J. It. Scobie.
r.ame at Vinton Park.
A double header gnme of base ball will
be played at Vinton street park Sun. lav.
In which four of the strongest teams In the
city mill take part, The first game will be
played by the Victor and Coronas and the
Seeond by the Iee-C.las and Nonpareil.
First game will be called St 2 p. m. sliHtp
Ootid games are Inokrd tor n tlie teams
will have strong Ilne-up. The Nonpareils
and lee-OlHss line up will be:
NONPAR El LS position I.KK-HLASS.
Hachten . . .
1-plnskv. . .
. . .hrnilfnrii
I M wler
. . .Oihson
Harvard Win In Tenlh.
PHILADELPHIA. May 12. Harvard de
feated Pennsylvania today 111 n teii-lnhlng
game. Castle struck out twelve men.
Harvard 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 3-4 3 2
Penn o 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01 4 7
Batteries: Hay and Hare; Custle und
Two tin in es at Jetter Park.
Two game of amateur ball will be played
at Jetter park this Hfternnon. The tlrst
game, which will start promptly at 2:30,
will be between the Jetter Gold Tons and
Harry Sage's Sterlings of Omaha. Immed
iately nfter the Starlights and the Union
Pacific storeroom teams will play.
Sterlings and Jetter.
The Sterling (the old Stoni tenm will
meet the Jetter today (Sunday) at the
Jetter park, South Omaha. Game called nt
tiolf at Field Club.
High wind made good score out of the
question at the Omaha Field club Saturday
afternoon, nevertheless a large number
went over the link. The play was for the
president's cup, eight to (nullify. Thomas.
Howell and P. C. Davidson lied for seventh
and eighth place and will have to play off.
The scores ot those qualifying were:
J. A. Mclntyre
J. W. Tillson
H. G. Jordan
N. F. Reckard
C. R. Bone
O. D. Thomas
H. W. Howell
P. C. Davidson
Gross. Hand p. Net.
Hi 10 M
9f 0 i
!t in 81)
H 13 !
M S HI
99 8 91
Chicago Win Track leet.
CHICAGO., May 12. The track meet nt
Marshall Held today between the teams of
the universities of Chicago and Wisconsin
went to the former by the score of 80 lo
46. Captain Parry or Chicago furnished
the best performance of the meet, making
a new western intercollegiate record of
101 feet 7 inches In the 18-pound ham
mer throw. The former mark was 157
feet 8H inches and held by Parry.
Travla Wins Prealdeal'a tin.
GARDEN CITY. L. I.. May 12-Wallei
J. Travis, formerly national and Interna
tional amatem golf champion. defeated
Jerome D. Travels of Mount Claire, N. J.,
In the final round for the president's cup
In the invitation tournament on the Oar
den City Golf clubs links today by 2 up.
Yale Markanien Win.
NEW IIAVKN, Conn.. May 12. Yale's
markamen won the intercollegiate shoot
against the University of Pennsylvania.
Princeton and Harvard today. The score
Yale, 211; University of Pennsylvania,
181; Princeton, 187; Harvard, 179.
Game today: Boston at St. Louis, Brook
lyn at Chicago, New York at Cincinnati.
Philadelphia l'2 15
oetvoit an 3 ft
Cleveland 19 n g
St. lxiuis 22 12 lo
Washington 21 11 10
New York 21 i
! Chicago 2o 8 12
Boston 23 ( 37
No games today..
Totala II I 14 8 4
.1 0 3 3 0 1 0 0 -
.0 1010900 0-2
Two-baas hits: Hart. D. Sullivan, Pog,
Brashear, Qulnlan. Three-base hits: D.
Sullivan, Kerwln. Bases on balls: Off
Thomas. 1; off Stecher. 2. Iioubls plays:
Oyler to Fox to Hart; Hart to Fox; Oyler
to Fox.' Struck out: By Thomas. 4; by
Stecher. 4. 8a ret floe hits: Oyler. Gremlnger,
D Sulilean. Stolen bases: Hart, Woodruff.
I-eft on bases: Minneapolis. 8: Louisville, i.
Tim: 1 Jo. Umpirss: Egan and Haaksll.
Kaaaas Clip- Stat Dat Victory.
KANSAS CITY, May 11-Ksnsaa City
TIIE SWIFT SrCCinC CO., ATLANTA, CA. liOT.VbiSZ lil'sia'
UAMKS l AMERICAV ASftOtlATIOM
Nllnaal.ee Wins frona ToleSo by
faucrlor Stick Work.
MILWAUKEE. May 12 Superior stick
work nf tha home team at opportune stages
and inability of the visitors to locate Ober
tin when hits would have netted runs en
abled Milwaukee to defeat Toledo in to
days game. By winning the game Mil
waukee lands in first place. Score:
MILW AI KKE. TOLEDO.
B.H. OAK. B.H. OAK.
ltoblneon. as. 4 0 I 4 l ( anntll. ct... 4 0 0 0 0
Orean, rf 8 18 0 e PeuiMt, ea...i 3 113
Hemphill. If. I 1 0 0 0 Naa.v. If 3 0 I) 0 0
Batenuui, Ik I I il 1 0 Jue. rf 8 I 1 0 0
H Clark, lal I 1 0Krusr. 3b . 3 0 0 1 o
Brlll. C....8 1 I I KM, 2b. ... I 1 1 0 0
MTbaa'f, r(4 1 I 0 0 W. I lark, lb 3 111 1 it
MiCorm b, lb I 111 l AMkmi, c 1 0 4 0 0
Hlrk.y, p.... 0t 9 Kudo p ...l 114
Obtrlis. p.... 8 I 1 0J. Clark.... 1 0 0 0 0
Totala 32 8 ti 14 1 Totala II 1 24 14 i
Batted for Suthoff In ninth.
Milwaukee 1 S2S0030 -
Toledo 0 1 0 1 0 1 0J
Hits: Off Oberlin, 7 in eight Innings.
Two-base hits: Hemphill. Batemau. De
mon!. Three-base hits: Batemau, Suthoff.
Home run: Green. Stolen bases: Jude,
Knabe. Bases on balls: Off Suthoff. 3; off
Hn key. 3: off Oberlin. 2. Hit by pitched
a t.'x, ,,,i, ri....hi. r,i.i. ni , Lanigan wa pitching in line form, and
f... MeCor.leW to OnhlM,,, ' -' t " llilS. Willie M0r
Bateman. Sacrifice hits: Green, Oberlin,
Kr ue, ei'. .ft on bascK: Milwaukee, ti,
Toledo, i. Time: 1 86. Umpire: Ksne.
Wlaaeafcolla Ranches lilts.
MINNEAPOLIS. May 12 -Minneapolis
bunched Its hit with Louisville s errors to
day and the locals won all the way. Score:
S H O i t B H Oi l.
Dana, rf I 1 t 0 0 Kerwls. rf . . 4 I 4 u 0
D Swll'vas. rf 4 I 1 0 0 Halls-aa. If . 4 10 0 1
Han. ib 4 10 1 ilul'ita. Ib. 4 0 8 0 I
Gral r. Sb I 0 1 Braahcar. Ib. 4 18 10
Orahsia. It .. I I I 0 0 Shav. r I 0 0 11
Shaanan. c... 4 I 4 0 0 Woonru. cf. I 0 1 0
OyK. . I 0 4 4 I Qutnlaa. aa .. 4 I 1 2 0
rl. 2b I 1 4 I 0 tnr. lb ... I 0 8 0 0
Tboauuj. p.... I 111 0 Siscfear, p ... I 1 1 i. 0
fornbaakera t.lven a Sarurlsn b
All Crelgliton university celebrated lat
night and a bonfire burned on the rampiic,
for the base ball team representing that
institution won a hard-fought gathe of base
ball Saturday afternoon from the University
of Nebraska, team by the score of 4 to 2.
Never In Omaha has auch college spirit
been shown or such rooting indulged u
as was to be seen at Creigliton university
campus yesterday afternoon. Knowing that
a strong team as to be pitted against tne
formidable Unls, the rooters were out in
force and the yelling and noise from every
conceivable kind of a iioixemaker was mar
velous, prior to the game Manager Mc
cracken had chartered two special cars
from the street railway company, in one
of which was placed the University band
and In the other a bunch of rooteis wltn
m; hones and horps. These were inko
all over town, letting all know that a ball
game was about to be played on the cam
pus. The Nebraska men were tired out from
a ten days' trip to Indiana and Illinois
and other states, so the management kept
them at the hotel to rest so long that the
game could not be started until after 4
o'clock. This rest did them little good, for
they were not In it from the first stait.
Crelghton had a very successful base ball
team. Good teams have a great Influence
on the rooter at this college and tho
strong team this spring has brought out
united support to the blue and white.
Fishing Is reported to be great at several
of the well known place accessible to
Omaha. When Councilman Dyball re
turned last week with that eleven-pound
pickerel and put It on exhibition It wax
too much for the Omaha anglers. All j
began to figure ways and moans for gel
ling a few days off.
Pa mid his Colts will return to Otnah.i
next Wednesday, when the Sioux City In
dians will be the victims. It was a shame
to take the money from Selee's cripples,
but It had to be done. Each pitcher U
win. ling ill his turn, hut il looks as if
somebody Is backing ' t,iem up phenomen
ally. The real lest of the early reason will
be' these three games with Denver. Tha
management always figures a team Is
running all right when half the games
plaved aw-iy from home are won. Omaha
had six game on this trip, three with
Pueblo and three wilh Denver. Having
won the three with Pueblo it is already
Bender wa played at short in the
Pueblo game Friday. The eiorta do not
say what wa tlie matter with Kiiukle,
but. at any rate, the fans like to see
Bender In the game, for bis base running
and stick work are refreshing. Although
a little eager in the games played In
Omaha, so eager in tact that he made a
couple of unnecessary outs, this fault
cannot be condemned, for many a game
is won by taking a long chance, an he
did on these two occasions.
The first run of the season of the Omaha
Automobile club as- a club Is planned tor
Sunday afterniMin. The members are to
meet at the west entrance to Hanscoin
park on Center street at 2:30 and the run
will he to Millard, going one route umi
returning another. Road are In excellent
condition and the officers of the club look
for a large turnout. Speeding will not b
perniitted on this run. which is taken
with as much intention of getting poaled
on the roads ss for the pleasure of tti
run. The club Is going to take an active
interest In the road of thla community
; snd is doing all pobxible to secure the co
operation oi an wie iiieiuuerB.
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Teula M 10 11 11
wnrk Ditched tne nrst I'nvic iniiCnas. tat
clouted fur einiit IiIih snd Ijoi t aa hunipetl
for four more, (.'relgliinn seeniej to liave
the rtaht field fnee down pet a-id put
the hall over three times, ground rules
holding those hitsn tan-hanger. Hioie.
. 6 1
. 4 1
Lynch. If ....
Mullen, ss ...
Kuhl. lb ....
Mrbhane, cf .
Iranian n. p ..
ro. A. K
W""T. 4T rl Uill Ta, saw C6a Asa
mdMt Wo Mud Too Deep
Morse, p-ct ....
li. PO A.
0 1 3
Total U I t 24 11 2
Nebraska 1 8 1-2
Two-baae hits: I.ymh Mullen. Flsh
back. Lanlssn. Carroll iJl. Three-baee hit:
Unita, iiteen. Cassed ball; Coad First
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