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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY. MAY 10, 100(1.
kSOOS WIN IN TENTH INNING
jcmej'i Team Tata Last Gam on a
1 Boon of 4 to 3.
; OMAHA MAKES MORE ERRORS THAN RUNS
t Ddr Ones In te Plteh flref ladles'
Dr and Mr-ene (p It Time
the ftame n H.lf
! In a ten-lnnlnc frame, marked by par-fact
flr-ldlnjr on the part of Ilia vialtora and by
some sloppy work on Omaha's part, the
Sioux took tha last sralp of the preaent
series and Wt for home to tell the boy
how It wan done. They had won the flrat
'extra Inning; same of the ae&eon on the
; local ground nnri had put Omaha'a new
.crack pitcher to route at Vinton Street
ipark before brave men and (air
I women, the latter of whom were out In
force, for It waa their day and tha whole
, grandstand waa turned over to them. Con
iceasifonnlre Orke, not wishing to rush the
, iseasnn on rd lenonade, had hauled out
'jsome spring water, distilled, which ha
.sold, and thla may have been too weak for
'good rooting and reaponalble for the game,
j How elae are you going to account for
the los, for did not Pa have the great
jDoriga In the box and did not Omaha make
'aa many hlta aa the Sioux warrloraT Tea;
Omaha also mad" five rich and rare error.
( Dodge, whom Omaha hopea Rourke won't
spoil by trotting out too often on ladlca"
day, did not awaken to the fact that he
wax pitching until after the Sioux had
.Jscored two In the fourth and one In the
'fifth. I'ntll that time he waa almply toss,
ing them over, hut when Johnny Oondlng
,rea'l him the riot act In .the aixth he set
jtlcU down to bualneaa and began to unwind
'some sppedy onea with which Carney'a mm
.icould not connect aafely. But three hlta
Jwet-' mud. In the remaining five Inning
land one of thoan would not have been a hit
fhad not Slnts Dnvls got In the road In the
hint Inning and atopped a throw of Dodge a
ito second, forcing him to hold the ball
until It waa ;oo late to catch the runner
at first. It waa thl very play which
finally cost the game In the tenth Inning,
ftlonx Start In Fonrtta.
Sioux City made Ita flrat pair In tha
fourth Inning. After Campbell waa out
' Nobllt hit a grounder to Bender, which
the doughty little player failed to handle.
' Bauer and Tate alngled and the baaea were
filled. Newton knocked a hard one to
Perrlng, which that player put over to
"Bender In time to retch Tate. Bender
whirled and boosted the ball on to flrat
' in time to complete the double and retire
: the aide, but Coaey Joe misaed the chance
und Nobllt and Bauer acored, making two
for the Sioux.
... Another waa made In the fifth Inning,
when Froat alngh-d and Freeae knocked a
grounder to Dnlan, which the latter fum
bled. Jurrott hit to Dodge, who caught
Front at third, and Campbell'a single
' The Colts tie. the score In the alxth In
ning by a batting rally and apeedy work
,on the baara. Husspy led off with a single;
Welch followed with a double, and Dolan
hit aafe, which acored Baasey, Runkle hit
afe and acored Welch. Perrlng waa out
jfrom Jarrott to Bauer, and Oondlng lilt
high fly to Nobllt, on which Dolan acored.
Dodge atruck out.
j The acore remained a tie until tha tenth
jlnnintf, whi-n Nobllt alngled and went to
'.second, Shits Davla getting In Dodge'a
jway aa he could not throw tha ball to sec
nd wiien Hm:er bunted and waa too late
bit-aus of the delay to catch Bauar at
flrat. Tate an'rlflced them each for a baae
Wnd Nobllt acored on tha throw when New-
fton hit to Welch. That waa tha run whioh
wen the gama.
Batch Mashes at Bonqaet.
When Hutch Frecse came to bat for the
flrat time he waa made to bluah Ilka a
achool girl at graduation by the combined
efforts of Wh.Uy and 8lats Davla to pre
sent him with a huge bunch of American
Heauts sent by aome of hia numerous ad
mirers. The butcher haa played aoma
great ball In hi gamea In Omaha, taking
all fit-Ming ihum-ea offered and making two
hits Friday and one Thuraday.
Dftivi r will be hera thla afternoon, Sun
day and Monday, which will ba achool
H. PO. A.
Nobllt. cf ..
Tate, rf ,
Newton, aa .,
Phillip. 2b ..
Frost, Jb ...
Jurrott, p ..
1 2 1
Totala 40 4 10 SO It
H. PO. A. K.
Bender. In ,
Carter, rf .,
Kusaey, If ,
Welch, cf ...
Dolan. lb ;.
Dudga, p . .
0 4 11
. .. 4
Totala 36 J 10 JO a ' I
Sioux City 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 14
Omaha 0 00001000 01
Two-base hlta: Welch (2), Freeae. Baaea
on balla: Off Dodge, 1; oft Jarrott, 1.
' Struck out: By Dolne, 4; by Jarrott, I.
' I-et"t on baaea: Omaha. T; Bloux City, J.
Sacrifice hlta: Haeaey (2). Dolan, Per
' ring, Tate. Stolen baae. Baaaey. Attend
, aiuv: 2.0H0. Time: 1:30. Umpire: Davla.
ailmmell filvea (Sanaa) A war.
1 DFS MOINES. May . Stlmmelfa lack
- of control gave the champlona the third
Without Opium, Morphine, Cocaine, Alcohol
or other habit-forming drug. Tha Terrible
Pains and Soreness ofKheumatiam, Sciatica,
Cramps, Lumbago LaOripne, Neuralgic
Headaches, Painful Period. Lameness and
titfness ara cauaed by Uric Acid Poiaona
which aettle out of tha Blood and form
Ztala Uka splintered glass In tha part
I'JIL thi 'act In mind tha sensible way to
I 1 1 liS fop Pain and relieve Soreneaa la to
redisaolva these Irritating crystals and causa
tham to be thrown out ol tha system. Dr.
. C. Scott originated E-lim-i-na-tum for
this express purpose.
so they can be excreted without Irritating
tha Kidney and Bladder. People who thliik
will use it because It cures by removingthe
causa and laavea no bad after effects. They
will aot u habit-forming drugs to deaden
tha sensibilities, and leave the poison In the
system to make the case chronic, to require
ope rations, or to develop enlargements and
A Frna Book of 64 pages by Dr. E. C
Scott with every bottle, or sent by snail on
request Ask your Druggist for E-lim-hvev
turn. 1 1-0. bottle 1 . Accept nothing else.
tUMiNo Mkuicimi Co Dee Vloiues, Is,
caiCNisris s isuwh
feu atf Irin .irt m Mi 4a. m
m fmtmm aaniiai
m mmm i nm I m
e - rn.
i CHlt'aTUia L)iuUb4
straight tame frm Puehlo Inday br a
acore of T to 4 Hlee a team gave SMm
mell klmoat perfect support and the team
Olithlt Dea Molnea. but Ia Molnea made
the moat of every hit and eleven baaea on
balla given br Archie Ptlmmell. Flake
plard a atelier game for the vialtora.
puling off two doubles and accepting nine
rhancea without a mistake. MrK waa
substituted for Stnup In the fifth. Score:
AB. R. H. PO. A. K.
Caffvn. If 0 0 2 0 0
ftchlpke. 3b 2 1 0 1 ft 1
WeMay. cf I 2 1 J 0 0
Dexter, lb 1 t 0 12 0 1
Towne, e 10 110 0
Hcgri-ver, rf 4 1 2 1 0 0
Andreas, as 1 0 0 2 1 0
Ma goon, 2b 4 0 0 1 1 0
Sioup, p 2 0 10 10
McKay, p I 0 0 0 I 0
Totala 24 T t 27 11 1
AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Cook. If 4 2 1 2 0 0
Mc-Ollvray, cf 4 12 10
Kiiugart, 2b 2 1110 0
Flworth, 2b 4 1 2 0 2 0
Melehtor, rf S 0 1 0 0 0
Myers, lb t 0 0 10 0 0
FiFke. aa 4 0 0 t 4 0
Meaattt. c 4 0 0 2 2 0
Sttmmell, p 4 0 1 0 3 0
Totala 35 I 24 12 0
Dea Moines 3 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 -?
Pueblo 1 0301000 1-4
Stolen baaea: Elwnrth, Schlpke, Hog
rlever. Two-baae hlta: Towne, Hogriever,
Elworth Rtlmmell. Double plays: Flake
and Shinrart; Flake and Myers. Baaea on
bulla: Off Stlmmell, 11; off Ptoup. S; off
McKay. 3. Struck out: By Stlmmell. 2;
by Rtoup. 1; by McKay. 4. Sacrifice hlta:
Towne, McGllvray, Shugart. Time: 1:66.
Umpire: Keefe. Attendance: 1,500.
fltolea Baaea Wla Game.
l.INCODN. May 18 Lincoln won a rough
and tumble game from Denver today by a
acore of 14 to 10, making three out of four
for the locals. It waa a slugging game,
full of yellow errors by both teams and
constant wrangling with the umpire, In the
latter feature of which the biggest crowd
of the week 2.00O took part.
Nine stolen baaea Is the aecret of Lin
coln's victory, for the locals were outbalted,
an I the hitting of Denver was more
timely. Rugar atarted In to pitch for Lin
coln, but gave way to Ahlln In the alxth.
Both were batted hard, aa as Engl for
Denver, but the latter went the nine in
nlnga. It waa a strenuous day for 1'mplre
Fuller. long with several of the players
he had an off day and was unfortunate in
being called on to render many closo de
AB. R. H. PO. A. E
Flllman, an 4 0 3 4 1 0
Holmea. If 4 2 2 2 0 0
Wutllin. Sb ( 2 3 2 1 0
Ketchum, cf 3 1 0 6 0 1
Thomas, lb 4 2 1 7 0 1
Collins, rf 4 2 110 0
Barton, 2b 4 I 1 1 2 1
Zlnran, c , ( 2 2 6 0 0
Rugar, p 2 0 0 0 0 0
Ahlln, p I 0 0 0 1 0
Totala 38 12 12 27 S 3
AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Kroell, sa 0 0 2 13 1
T. Smith, 2b (00110
Randall, rf 8 0 1 0 0 1
McHaie. cf 6 2 2 1 0 0
Paige. If 22100
Redlllck. 3b 4 1 2 0 2 2
2aluaky, lb 4 2 2 11 0 1
Welgardt, o 4 1 1 8 3 0
Engle, p 6 12 0 2 0
Totala 43 10 14 23 11 . 6
Zlnran out; hit by batted ball.
Lincoln 03300420 li
Denver 01001620 1-10
Earned runs: Lincoln, 8; Denver, 3.
Three-base hlta: Fillman, Thomas, Kroell,
Heddick. Two-base hit: Welgardt. Sacri
fice hit: Ketchum. Stolen baaea: Flllman,
Holmes, Qulllin. Collins (4). Zlnran, Zulu
aky. Left on baaea: Lincoln, 7; Denver,
11. Double play: Flllman to Barton to
Thomas. Baaea on balls: Off Rugar, 3; off
Ahlin, 2; off Engle, 6. Hit by pitched ball:
By Ahlin 1. Struck out: By Rugar, 4; by
Anlin. l; by Engle. 7. Wild pitch: Engle.
Pasaed ball: Welgardt. Time: 2:20. Um
pire: Fuller. Attendance: 2.100.
Standing of the Teams.
Played. Won. Ubat. Pet.
Dea Moines 15 11 4 .733
Omaha 14 8 6 .t43
Denver 18 10 .626
Sioux City 16 7 8 .4(17
Lincoln 16 b i .i
Pueblo 16 2 13 .133
Games today: Denver at Omaha, Pueblo
at bloux City, Dea Moines at Lincoln.
Omaha va Denver.
Denver comes for a series of games with
Omaha Saturday. Inasmuch aa Denver,
by the grace of one Fuller, took three
games from Omaha at Denver recently.
Pa's boys will put all the ginger at their
command Into the gsmes her. The
games, aa usual, will be called at 2:i6 p.
m. Monday will be achool children's dav,
when, aa tha man at the park with the
sonorous voice aaya, "Skee-ule children,
one and all, will be admitted free." The
Omaiia. Position. Denver.
Dolan Flrat Zalusky
Bender Second T. Smith
Perrlng Third Reddlck
Runkle Short J. Smith
Baasey Left Belden
Welch Center McHaie
Carter Right .: Randall
Oondlng Catch, Weigardt
Sanders Pitch " v Engle
Koukallk Pitch Paige
McNeely Pitch Morgan
Corns Pitch Wright
CIIEIOHTOII BROTHERS WKSLKYAX
Methodist Prove Easy Victims la a
Wealeyan univeralty loat to Crelghtonl
yesterday In a ragged game, which, owing
to continual proteata by the vialtora against
declatona of the umpire, waa a alow and
long drawn out contest. The bits made off
Ianlgan, seven In number, were scattered
through as many Innings. The local col
legians are still hitting hard, fifteen aafe
ones being marked to their credit in yes
terday's game. McN'ally, McShane, Mullen
and Lynch were especially good at hat.
McNaiiy, witn one man on a Dase, getting
a home run In the second Inning. Soore:
AB. R. H. O. A. E.
Lyneh. ss 6 3 2 2 4 1
, id s i a i x I
Per.eergast. lb 6 2 1 10 0 0
MrNally. 2b 4 4 3 3 2 0
Flshback. rf 8 3 2 0 0 1
McShane, If 113 10 0
Coad, e 1 3 0 7 3 0
Lanlgan. p 4 113(0
Totals U 18 16 27 17 i
AB. R. H. O. A. E
L, OreensUt, lb 6 ii 0 9 9 0
McCandlas. cf ,...4 0 1 1 0 0
Miller, as 4 0 1 6 3
Hammond, 2b 4 0 0 0 0 1
Jah.ieaon, rf 10 0 10 0
Wright, rf 8 110 0 0
Trumbl. 3b 4 0 2 i 1 0
K Ureenallt, c 4 1 0 11 1 1
Whit. If 4 1 3 0 0 0
Wright, p 3 0 0 0 0 3
Meyers, p 2 0 0 0 1 0
Totals 37 3 T 24 10 7
Crelghton 03084132 -18
Wwieyan 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 13
Two-base hits: Mullen. Pendergaat, Mo-
Nally, Flshback (2), Mctinane. Home run:
McNally. Stolen baaea: Hammond (21,
Jamieson. R. Ureenallt. White. First baae
on balls: Off Lanlgan, 1; off Meyers. 6: off
Wright, 4. Struck out: By Lanigan, 6; by
Meyers, 3; by Wright, . Pasaed ball:
Ureenallt. Wild pitch: Wright. Time: 2:16.
Grand Island Team Ready.
GRAND 18LAND. May 18 (Special. )
The Grand laland base ball team for the
srason of lxo4 hss just been assemble!
by Manager Henry Slavers, and have
played two games with the business col
lege team o( this eity. the faaieat ama
teur team In the vicinity, cerating them
by the score of 20 to in the first game
snd 10 to 0 In the second. As pitcher,
Mansger Slavers so far lias Kelly Welsh
of last year a Omaha team, and Cuyken
dahl of Ureely, Colo., and aa call here.
Alberta and Corbet i, the Utter being from
Columbua and being captain of the team.
The other members of the team ao far
secured. are Markwell, second haae;
Luael, ahort atop; Ryan, third base; Flem
ing, Mills and Balrd In the field. Tho
team la a fast one and It la believed. Judg
ing from the flrat appearance, that with
time to get In the necessary team work,
Manager Klevare will have a good winning
bunch. The Kearney team ta .booked for
thle elty on Sunday and Monday and aa
considerable rivalry eslata among the In
terior cities. In the sport, no doubt a good
attendance will be aec u red. It la expected
that the flrat out-of-town game by the
team will be played at Hasting.
Merna Wis Its First Oat,
MERNA. Neb.. May 18.(8pelal Tele
gram. The first gsme of the season was
played en the home diamond today be
laeen Merna and Broken Bow. Score:
Merna. 13: Broken Bow. 6. Batteries:
Morris and Fraacka; Armstrong and Uadd.
CHICAGO WINS BATFEST
Windy City Kationala Defeat Philadelphia
' in 0U-Faihiorjd 81ar-inc Match,
FIVE PITCHERS USED IN THE GAME
Visitors Drive l.aah and Mehole from
Rns In oVeand and Home Team'
Disposes of nrnna In
CIIICAOO, May 18 Chicago had much
the better of an old-fashioned slugging
match today, piling up nine runs and chas
ing two Philadelphia pltrhere to the bench
In the second Inning alone. McCloakey,
pitcher number three, fared little better,
the locals scoring Ave rune off him. Brown
aaa batted off the rubber before an out In
the fourth, giving way to Beebe. Kllng'a
hitting was the feature. Score:
B H O A E. B H O A R.
811. rf. ... 4 I I Thntnss, rf. . . i 1 1 9
SherktM. If.. 4 1 t 0 (Helton. tb..4 till
Brhult. rf... 4 I I 1 rntniner. It. I t 1 I t
Chnc. 1b... 4 110 0 Mie. If I 110
HofTmsa. lb . I 10 1 CTlliii. rf I 110 0
Tinker, M....4 III 0 t)rn.nlil. lb 4 11 0
Er.rs, tb I 1 1 I t'oolln, a.... 10 4 1
Kiln, t i I 1 0 t)oln. r 1 1
Brown, p t 1 0 1 0 Crlut, t I 0 0 1 0
BeetM, p I 0 Lmh. p 0 0 0 0
, Klrhnls, p.... 04
Total II 11 17 II 1 Meciosker, P I 0 1
Totals M I M 10 t
Batted for McCloakey In ninth.
Chicago 0 0 0 10 10 8 14
Philadelphia 0 0 0 4 0 0 1 0 06
Hlta: Off Lush, 2 In on and one-hnlf
Hlta: Off Lush. 2 In one and one-third
Innings; off McCloakey, 7 In Blx and one
third Innings; off Brown, 4 In three Innings;
off Brebe, b In alx innings. Left on baaea:
Chicago. 7; Philadelphia, 7. Two-base hlta:
Sheckard, Kling, Courtney, Tinker, Tltua.
Three-base hlta: Kling, Magee, Schulte.
Home runa: Kling, Hoffman. Sacrifice
hits: Evera, Qleason. Stolen baaea: Hoff
man, Tinker (2), Evera. Double plava:
Schulte and Tinker. Struck out: By Beebe,
5; by Lush, 1. Dase on balls: Off Brown,
2; off Heebe, 2; off Lush. 2; off Nichols, 2;
off McCloakey, 1. Wild pitch: Nichols.
Hit with bull: By Lush, Schulte. Time;
2:00. I'mpires: Carpenter and Klem.
Plttsbarsi Beats New York.
PITTSBl'RQ, May 18 After being ahut
out two gamea In succession, the New York
team finally acored today. The Plttshutgs
won the game by hitting Mathewson freely.
The contest waa exciting, all the wav
and was lllled with unique plays. In the
rounn mning oanien. while standing on
second base, was hit by a batted ball. Um
pire Johnstone called him aafe, although the
Piltfiburgs demanded that he be called out.
The other unique Incident occurred In Unj
eighth inning. Strang went to the plate to
bat for Mathewaon. Umpire Emalle an
nounced the change, but before a ball waa
pitched, Dahlen waa put out by Wagner at
second base on the old trick of hiding the
ball. When the ninth Inning began
Mathewson resumed pitching and waa al
lowed to do so, despite the protests of the
Pittsburg players. Score: '
PITTSBt'RO. NEW YORK.
B.H.O.A E. B H O A E.
Msler, It 6 I 1 0 0 Rrmnshan, cf 4 0 1 0 0
Oanley, rf....l 0 0 0 0 Drown, rf... 6 110
Lacn. cr t 110 1 Mrhll, c... 4 9 12 0
W,n.r. u... 4 14 1 0 MFitea. If.... I 9 10 9
Nealon, lb... I 11 Olxhlen. .... I 1110
RHchcy, lb.. I 111 ObsTlla, lb.... 4 III
Sbeahan. lb.. 4 1 0 i OOlltMrt. 3b... 8 1 4 4 0
Pel", c 4 9 T 1 OHow.rm'n. lb 4 lit 1
Ljnrh, p 1 t 0 1 0 Milhmoo, p I 0 I 0
LelDcld, p.... I 111 9Slrug 1999
ToUl 3 14 17 10 1 Total St S4 11
Batted for Mathewson In ninth. 1
Pittsburg 0 2001130 7
New York 0 2 0 3 0 0 0 1 08
Two-base hlta: Meier. Venlnn ti Rlihu
Sheehan. Three-baae hlta: Wigner. Bow
erman Home run: Devlin KnrriHeo hi..-
Ganley. (2). Rltcliey. Stolen bases: Breana-
nan, urowne, Alertea, Gilbert. Double
play: Wagner Ritchey and Nealon. Bases
on balls: Off Lynch. 1; off Leltield. 3. Hit
ny pitched ball: Bv Mathewaon. Nealon:
by Leldeld, Marshall. Breanahan. Struck
oui: ay juyncn, l; by Lei fie d. 2: bv Math-
ewsonv 1. Left on baaea: Pittsburg, 8;
iiew mm, o. mis: jn iyncn, B in rour
Innings; off Leltield, 3 In Ave Innings.
Time: 2:00. Umpires: Emslie and John
atone. Brooklyn Wins In Eighth.
ST. LOUIS, May 18. The home team
weakened In the eighth Inning today and
Brooklyn- cinched the game by scoring
three runs. Tha final score was 7 to 2.
BROOKLYN gT. tOl'IB
B.H.O.A B. B H O A E
Casey, lb 6 114 0 Raub. c I 1 1
Batch. If 4 110 0 Bennett, lb.. 4 1111
Lumlty. rf... 4 10 1 Shannon. If.. I 119
Jordan, lb....! 11 t 0 "moot, rf 4 119
Malontr, cf..4 I 0 0 Heckler, lb.. I 11 9 0
Rltur. c 4 9 4 t 0 Arndt. lb t I 1 i 0
Alpannan, lb 4 0 I I 0 Him., cf.... 4 110 9
Lewis, 4 1111 M Bride, . 4 10 11
Paatorlua. p.. I 1 1 6 Egan. p I 9 0 S 1
Mclnlrr. p.. 1 0 0 tHualekter, pi 1
ToUl M II 17 11 I Totals. .....M 10 ft 1J 4
Brooklyn l 0 0 1 1 0 1 3 07
St. Louis 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 02
Etirned runs: Brooklyn, 4; St. Louis, 1
Two-base hits: Batch, Himea. Three-base
hits: Arndt, Paatorlua. Sacrifice hlta:
Beckley. Batch, Maloney, Alperman, Lum
ley. Double play:- Alperman to Jordan.
Hita: Off Egan, 12 and 7 runs In seven
and two-third Innings; off Hoelakoetter, 1 hit
In one and one-third Innings; off Paa
torlua, 7 hits and 1 run in five and one
third innings; off Mclntyre, 3 hits and 1
run- in three and two-thirds Innings.
Stolen bases: Raub, Batch, Maloney,
Lewie. Wild pitches: Egan, 2. Basea on
balls: Off Kgan, 2; off Paatorlua. 3. Struck
out: By Egan, 1; by Paatorlua, 4. Left
on baaes: St. Loula, 10; Brooklyn, 9.
Time: 2:00. Umpire; Conway.
Cincinnati Wine In Seventh.
CINCINNATI. O.. May 18.-A baae on
balls, two hits and an error In the seventh,
which resulted In four runs, gave Cincinnati
the gams over Boston today by a score of
7 to 8. Chech relieved Overall In the
B.H.O.A.C. B H O. A lt.
Kufslnt. lb.. 4 1 I 4 1 Brtdwall, a. . i I I I
Barry, lb I I 14 0 OTaunar. lb... 111
Kellr, If I 1 1 0 0 Dolan. rf I 0 I
Seymour. cf..4 111 0 Heard, If... I 111
Delehaniy. lb 2 1 1 hram. lb I till
Odaell. rf.... I 0 Hairs, cf 4 1 0 9 0
Corcoran, .. 4 1 1 4 0 Blroebel, b..4 14 1
LlvlngMon. c. 4 1 I I 1 Needham, C..4 1 I 9 0
Overall, p.... I too Pfeflrr, p 4 1 1 t
Cbecb. p ltt
Tolla It 14 I
Total II I T 14 t
Cincinnati 0 0 0 8 0 0 4 0 7
Bo. on 1 1 0 V 0 0 1 8 06
Two-base hits. Corcoran, Livingston,
Seymour. Sacrifice hit: Delenanty.
Double plays: Seymour to Huggins; Hug
gins to Barry; Brldwell, Stroebei to Ten
ney. Stolen bases: Howard. Barry, Kelly.
Bases on balls: Off Overall, 4; off Chech,
1; off Pfeffer, 4. Struik out: By Overall,
1. by pfefler, 3. Hlta: Off Overall. 9 In
seven innings. Hit by pitcher; Pferfer, 1.
Time; 1:46. Umpire: O'Day.
StandtntT ( the Teams.
. Played. Won. Lost. Pet.
Chicago i3 il ,m
New York 29 1 10 .k3
Pittsburg in in It .571
Philadelbhia 81 14 li ki
St. Louis i3 13 16 .418
Boston 90 12 18 .4uu
Cincinnati il 12 .
Brooklyn 30 9 21 .2-0
names touay: Boston at Cincinnati,
Brooklyn at bt. Louis, New York at Pitts
burg, Philadelphia at Chicago.
Iowa Wins from Grlaaell.
IOWA CITY. la.. May 18 (Special Tel,
gram.) low defeated Grinnell today In a
most sensational thlrteen-lnning gam,
the acore being 1 to 0. Kent atruck out
fourteen men. Soore: R.H E.
Grlnnau S000009O00O0 00 6 4
Iowa 0 00000000000 11 6 6
Batteries: Smithson and Valerloua; Kent
Wayne Lose la Craig.
WAYNE. Neb., Msy ls.-8peclal Tele
gram. Pilger and Wayne played on the
latter's diamond today, Pilger winning by
a store of 10 to 6. Hits: Off Bearffslsy,
8: off Pila, 9; off Foley, 4. Home runs:
Beardsley, 1; Rundquiat, 1. Baaea on balls:
(ff Pile, t. Struck oui. By Beardsley, 7;
by Pile, 4; by Foley, 2. Batteries: Pilger,
beardsley and 'lift; Wayna, Pile, Foley
Teka-taaa Beats CrataJ.
TEKAMAH, Nsb.. May 18. (Special.)
The Tekamah High scnool base ball team
won from tha Craig team yesterday on tha
latter a grounds by a score of 6 to 1. The
feafiw of the game waa the Work of both
plu-tiera, each striking out tsn men. Buck
in. brother of Onl Bucklln of this place,
was In the box for Craig and Bstchelder
Oaklaad laate Oat Lyi.
OAKLAND, Nb, Mar 18. (Special Tel
egram.) The Oakland High achool de
feated Lyona High achool 13 to In an
interesting gam here today. Wagner of
Oakland, allowed three meaeley Mis snd
strrk out fifteen men. The hstteMea
were: Wsgnar and Palmqulat; Peterson
6AME9 IS AMERICAS AeOCI,TIO
Kansas City wins from Toledo la
KANSAS CITY. Msy 1-Knsas City
Won In the flrat Inning today, acorlng four
runa on fvir hlta. a bn on bulla and two
errors. Both teama fielded badly. Score:
KANSAS rTTT. TOLEDO
BHOAS B H.O.A.B.
Sfaldron. If. 4 4 1 0 0 Cornell, rf... 4 0
Cr!,l,r, ...!! 1 1 r-emnnt, ra...4 4 1 1
Ptnina, at... I 1 0 Nanre. If I
Hill, rf i j.H., rf I t 9 9 1
Caeaady. rf .. 4 1 1 9 Knirr, h..l I I t
rmnnhue, Ih . 4 1 I I Prank. Ib.... 1 1
Whitney, lb. 4 111 9 Knat. Ib.... I 111
Purli.. lb.... I I 1 4 I W. Clark, lb I 10 I
Pnlllran. c... I I 9 OLand. r I f 0
rnrham. p .. list J. Clark 1 1 0
William, p.. I OMInaeban. p. I 1 I 0
Plstl. p 1 1
Total tt ltW 10 4
Totals M 4 M 11 1
Ind out for Interference.
J. Clark out for running out of line.
J Clark hatted for Mlnnehnn In seventh.
Sullivan out; atruck by batted ball.
Kansas City 40010001 8
Toledo 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 03
Earned runa: Toledo. 1; Kansas City. 4.
Two-baae hits: Cassadv, Knahe. First
baae on balia: Off William. 4; off Dur
ham, 1; off Minnehan, 6. Struck out: By
Wllllama, 2; by Durham, 2; by Mlnnehan,
4; by Piatt, 1. Hlta: off Wllllama, 3 in
alx Innings; off Durham, 3 In three In
ning; off Mlnnehan, 8 In alx Innings; off
Plait. S In three Innings. Left on baaea:
Toledo, 8; Kanaaa City, 8. Wild pitch:
Minnehan. Hit by pitcher: Jude. Dou
ble playa: Burke and Whitney; W. Clark
and Mlnnehan. Stolen baaes: Krueger,
Whitney (2, Burke (2i. Sacrifice hit: Sul
livan. Time: 2:10. Umpire: Sullivan.
Bt. Panl Plies I p Big; geore.
ST. PAUL, May IS. St. Paul hit Stecher
hard today, and, aided by Ills wlldneas,
acored twelve runs to Ixulavllle's one.
Morgan held the visitors down to four
hits. Kenna started In to pitch, but was
taken from the box after passiug the first
BT. PAl'L. LOVISVtLLE.
B H O A E H. H.O.A.B.
Oeler, rf 4 19 0 Kerwln. rf . . I 010
Susden. lb... 4 I t 0 0 Hallman, If.. I 1 9 0 9
VanZandt. cf. I 1 10 OSulhran. lb... I 1 11 1 9
Prlak, rf I 1 1 0 0 Brail rar, Ib. 4 9 I 9
Wheeler, lb.. I I 9 1 ?Moll. cf.... I 119 0
Paddrn, tb... 4 1 7 9 Woodruff. Ib. 4 1 1 J I
Marcan. aa... 4 9 t I Oguinlan, ...! 9 19
I'rlll. c I 0 4 1 Otltoner, c I 4 1
Morgan, p t 9 9 1 0 Kei.na. p 0 0 0
Bteohef, p.... I 9 9 1
ToUl II V24 It 9
Toula 17 4 14 14
Kerwln out; hit by batted ball.
St. Paul 10380002 12
Louisville 000001 0001
Two-base hit: Geler. Home run: Van
xandt. Sacrifice hit; Frisk. Stolen baaes:
Wheeler, Padden. Marcan. Hit by pitcher:
By Stecher, 1; by Morgan. 2. Struck out:
By Morgan, 6; by Stecher, 4. Passed
balls: Stoner, Drill. Double plays: Pad
den, Sugden and (Julnlan; " Braahear and
Sullivan. Time: 1:46. Umpires: Owens
Hooslere Defeat Mlllera.
MINNEAPOLIS, May 18 Poor support
by the team lost Gehrlng's game for nim
againat Indianapolis by the score of 6 to
3. The only features of the game were
the excellent playing of Dunleuvy In the
field and the long home run of Sullivan In
the fourth Inning. Score:
B H O A E. B. H.O.A.B.
Punleary, cf. I 1 I I 0 DaTla, rt 4 1 0 0 9
J. Carr. ....! Oil 1 Sullivan, rf.,4 1 1 0 0
Perry. If 4 1 4 0 0 Hart, lb 4 1 II 0 0
C. Carr, lb... 4 1 11 0 0 OremlngT. tb I 0 1 10
Rothieb. rf..l 1 0 0 OOraham. If... 4 110 0
Jamea, ib....l 10 1 OOyler. as 4 14 0 1
Holmes, c... 4 1 4 1 0 Yeager. c... I 17 10
Kelley, lb.... 4 1 t I 1 Foi. 2b I 010
Kellum, p.... I 0 1 0 Ochrlng. p.... I 119
Total.., ...SI I 17 It t Total tl I 17 II I
Indianapolis 0 1 0 0 0 0 8 1 0 S
Minneapolis 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 02
Two-baae hlta: Davla, Sullivan, Hart, C.
Carr. Home run: Sullivan. Double playa;
J. Carr, Kelley to C. Carr; J. Carr to C.
Carr. Baaea on balls: Off Gehrlng. 4.
Struck out: By Kellum. 2; by Gehrlng, 6.
Wild pitch: Kellum. Sacrifice hlta: Grem
lnger, Fox, J. Carr, James, C. Carr, Roth
geb. 8tolen basea: J. Carr 2), Dunleavy,
Kellum, C. Carr. Left on bases: Minne
apolis, 8; Indianapolis, 8. Time: 2:00. Um
pire: Kane. f
Brewer Jat Ont Victory.
MILWAUKEE. May 18. Milwaukee
landed on Flaherty for thirteen hits In the
last game with Columbus here today and
won a slow game, 9 to 4. Hlckey was In
vincible with men on bases. Soore:
' MILWAt'KEE COLVMBl'8.
Robinson. s. i I 4 4 u Pickering, cf. 0 I 9 0
Green, rt I I t 9 0 Wrlgley, 2b.. I 2 1
Batenun. lb. I 111 t "Conker. If... I 9 I
Clark. 3b t 1 1 Klhm. Ib 4 119
Berllle, C....4 1 I 1 0 Prlel. Sb t 11
Hemihlll, If. 4 1 1 0 Hultwttt, aa . I 1 I I o
M'CKeeney. cf 4 I 1 0 0 Bruce, rf t 9 19 0
McCorm'k. bl I I 1 0 Blue, c t 0 I
Hlckey, p....t 1 0 j 0 Plahirty, p.l t 0 1
Oroh, p 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 34 II 22 17 1 liyn 1 0 0 0
Total 14 14 11
Batted for Groth in ninth.
Milwaukee 0 0020511 0
Columbus 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 0-4
Hits: Off Flaherty, 13 In eight Innings.
Three-base hits: Wrlgley, Hemphill, Mc
Chesney. 'Stolen bases: Mct'hesney, Frlel,
Clark. Bases on balls: Off Hlckey, 2; off
Flahertv, 6; off Groth, 2. Panned balls:
Bevllle. Struck out: By Hlckey. 6; by
Flahertv, 4. Double play: Clark, Bateman
to Bevllle. Sacrltlca hit: Frlel. Innings
pitched: Flaherty. 7; Groth. 1. Time; l.Jb,
Standing of the Teams.
Playeu. Won Lost Pet.
Toledo X 16 10 - .bio
Milwaukee 14 .ftti
Louisville 2H 13 13 uuo
Columbus 3") 15 15 VO
St. Paul v 2H 14 14 . .fcW
Minneapolis i:t 16 .4t4
Kansas City 9 . 13 1 .448
Indianapolis I' 1 4'-
Gamea today: Columbua at Indianapolis,
Iulsvllle at Toledo. Kansas City at Mil
waukee, St. Paul at Minneapolis.
GAMES IS THE AMERICAN LEAUl K
Boatoa Lewes Fifteenth Consecutive
Contest, Fourteen to One.
BOSTON, May 18. Boston used up three
pitchers today In a hopeless attempt to
prevent a fifteenth successive defeat,
Cleveland winning by 14 to 1. The vialtora
acored ' aa thev pleaaed. Roaaman waa
spiked In sliding to second and Sloval re
placed him. Score:
B. H.O.A.B. B H O A E.
Pllck. rf I I 0 Parent. a....4 10 7
Bay, cf I 1 I 'i 0 Siahl. cf 4 9 I
Turner, as ... I 114 u Colllni. lb... 4 1111
Lajole. lb.... I I t T t freeman. If .l I I I I
Roaaman, lb.. I 110 i Selbach. if... 4 0 4 1
Stoval. lb 1 1 11 t AArmb eter. lb I 9 I 1
Congaltoa. If. 4 I I 9 1 Ferrla. tb....l 11
Bradley, lb . I 11 tOraham, C....I till
Bemla, c ft I I 0 Dlneen, p.... 4 0 1
4oea. p I t 1 Olbeon, p.... 0 0
Hughe p.... I 1 1
Totals 44 II 17 14 1
ToUla M ft 17 It ft
Cleveland t 8 0 0 0 0 0 6 114
Boton 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 Ol
Two-baae hlta: Ferrla, Parent. Three
baae hlta: Stoval, Congalton, Bemla. Free
man. Hlta: Off Dlneen. In one and two
thirds Innings: off Gibson, 2 In two and two
thlrda inning. Stolen basea: bay 12),
Flick. - Sacrifice hit: Bay. Double playa:
Bradley, labile and Sloval; Turner, Lajole
and Htovai. First baae on balla: Off
Hughea, 8; off Joaa, 1. Ptruck out: By
Joss, 2; by Dineen. 1, by Hughea, 2. Time;
1:4 Umpire: Connolly.
Philadelphia Defeats Detroit.
PHILADELPHIA, May 18. The American
league champions won their tenth straight
victory today by defeating Detroit In a
well played game. Plank pitched flrat-claaa
ball, wnue uouonue waa mi naru. oevre:
Heneel, If... I I t 0 OScha.f.r. lb . 4 114
Brouthera. tb 4 0 1 I Louhlin. Ib. 4 111
Arnib'Mor. ef 4 t 1 0 Cobb, rf 4 1 1
Layi Ib . 4 1 t I ( raaford, rf. 4 14
Be.bol. rf... I 1 I OM.'lotyro. If.l I I d
Murphy. Ib... I I Lludaav. lb.. 4 I 1 t
Croaa. a 4 I t t O Leery. aa...l 1 1 I
Power. .... 4 111 lrrcr. t l l
Plank, p 4 I 1 1 loooftu. p. . I 9 t e
Total M II 17 IV Totala M 1 il II I
Philadelphia 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 4
Detroit 1 0000000 2-3
Left on baaea: Detroit, 4; Philadelphia
11. Stolen baaea: Croaa (2), Armbruater
Two-base hits: Crawford. .rnibruster
Cohh. Llndeav. Three-bsse hit: Cross
Sacrifice hit: Murphy. Double plays: Cross
and Davis; Dunohue. o lary ana inuay.
struck out: By Plank. . by Donohue, 6.
Buse on balla: Off Piank, 2; off lxmoht , a
Hit by pitched ball: W arner. Time:' i.w.
Umpires: Sheridan und Evans.
Chlraa-e abate Oat Washington.
WASHINGTON. May 18 Owena wii a
pussl to the Washington team today, while
Chicago hit Patten almost at mill and won
by the score of 10 to 0. all the runa being
earned. The batting of Manager Jones was
the feature, hitting sare four umra lor a
total of eleven baaea. The acore:
B H OA g B HO. A E.
O Nell, rf ... I t 1 a vSttaley. rf...4 1
lakell. If i II y. Ik . 4 I I U
PeTta. a .... 4 1 I I C Jofte rf . 4 I
tXHIohne Ik . I II rvoee. .... 1 1 I S
P Jonx. .( I 4 I Adenn. If. II
3illm. .. I I I !. Ib I II
TannrMII. Ik 4 1 l-t Wllllama. as. I 0 I 1
f'ur.don. Ik... I 1 I I Ha, e I t
'. p 4 I 1 OPaiira, p I I 1
Total tl I 17 II t
Total 41 14 IT II
Chicago 8 0 0 0 0 8 0 0 410
Washington 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Two-base hlta: F. Jonea; Owen Three
base hits: F. Jonea, Sullivan, Tannehlll.
Home run: F. Jonra. Sacrifice hit: Davla.
Stolen bases: Anderaon, Dundon. Ift on
bases: Waahlngton. 6; Chicago, 4. First
bsae on balla: Patten, I. Struck out: By
psiten, a by Owen, 8 Time: 1 an. Um
at. !,onla F.aiy for ew York.
NEW YORK. May 18-roor fielding on
the part of St. Louis and Howell's weak
pitching- gave the local men an eaay vic
tory today. Score:
NEW YORK. ST. LOl'li.
B.H.O.A B. B H O A E.
Keeler. rf ... 4 0 10 Nile, rf I
Klherfeld. e. I I 1 t 0 Hemphill, cf. 4 I I I t
Yeaaeri as.... 1 0 0 0 Ptone. If 4 0 10 0
Chane. Ib 4 10 0 Wallace, as . 4 I t ft
Wllllama. It I I I I 1 O'Brien, Jb... 4 141
Conror. If ... I I 4 0 Jones, lb 4 II I
Hoffman, rf . 4 0 I 0 1 Hartiell, lb.. 4 till
Morlartty. Ib I I I 0 0 Rickey, e 4 I ft 1 I
MrOiilr. c... 4 14 1 1 Howell, p.... 4 1 8 1
Thnmaa, r 0000
Orth, p ft 1 1 I 1 Total! II 1 14 II f
Totala U II 17 4
New York t.A 0 1 1 0 6 2 1 14
Bt. Louis 0 OOO4O0OO4
I-eft on baaea: New York, 8; St. Loula. 8.
Basea on balls: Off Howell, . Struck out:
By Orth, 2; by Howell, 5. Two-base hlta:
Elberfeld, McGulre. Sacrifice hits: Chsse,
Morisrlty, (2). Stolen baaes: Elberfeld,
Hoffman, Hemphill. Wallace. DouDle play:
Wallace, Rickey and Jonea Hit by pitcher:
By Howell, 1. Time: ' 2:16. Umpire:
Standing of the Teams.
P1"Jr,'d Won- Lo,t- Pct
Philadelphia 26 19 7 .731
Cleveland 23 14 .W
letrolt 26 13 U .620
New York 26 18 12 .620
St. Louis 27 14 13 .61!)
Washington, 26 12 14 .4.2
ghlcago 24 11 13 .4k8
oston a 8 22 .211
uamea today: Chicago at Washington
St. Louis at New York, Detroit at Phila
delphia, Cleveland at Boston.
IDA GROVE AOAIX THK CHAMPION
For Second Time Carries 0 Athletle
IOWA CITY, la., Msy 18 (Special Tele
gram.) In one of the moat sensational
meets In the history of the Interscholastlc
association, Ida Grove nosed out West
Dea Moines High school by three points.
capturing the stele championship for the
second consecutive time. Murphy of Ida
Orove carried off the Individual honors,
winning thirteen points and McMartln or
West Des Moines second with ten Dolnts.
The teams finished In the following order:
Ida Orove. 48: West Des Moines. 40:
Grinnell, 16; Marshalltown. 8; Clarion, 7;
Davenport, 8; East Des Moines, 8; Council
Kiuns, d; Marion, 4; Oak Park. 3; Wa
terloo. 1. ,
Three state records were broken. Turner
In the 220-yard dash. Mr comber In tho
hammer throw and Murphy In the shot
put. The surprise of the meet was the
victory of Clernmer of Council Bluffs In
the mile run. From the back stretch to
the tape he made up twenty yards, passing
tour men and winning handily. Unable
to pay his expenses, he had to work his
way across the state the preceding night
to enter the race. The meet this afternoon
was well managed, all of the events hav
ing been completed In three hours. About
250 athletes participated. Results:
One hundred-yard dash: Perry, Mar
shalltown; Turner, Grinnell; Harris, West
Des Moines. Time: 0:104.
One hundred and twenty yards, nigh hur
dles: Simons, Ida Orove; Courson, Clarion;
Chase, Waterloo. Time: 0:16-
Four hundred snd forty-yard dash: Har
ris, West Des Moines; Ward, Ida Grove;
Morehead, Ida Grove. Time: 0:62H-
Two hundred and twenty yarda, hurdles:
McMartin. West Des Moines: Courson.
Clarion; Simons, Ida Grtjve. Time: 0:27 .
Half mile run: Bresnahan.- Ida Grove:
Stoaks, Grinnell: Mitchell, West Des '
Moines. Time: 2:07. !
Two hundred and twenty-yard dssn:
Turner, Grinnell; Perry, Marshalltown; ;
Harris, West Des Moines. Time: 0:24H-
One mile relay: Ida orove nrst, asi !
Des Molne second, West Des Moines i
third. Time: 3:48. .
Mile run: Clernmer, council tnuns; An
drews, East Des Moines; hodds, urinnen.
Time: 4:49. . , m
Half mile relay: West Des Moines first,
Ida Grove second, Grinnell third. Time:
Pole vault: Freeney, Ida Grove; Macom
ber West Des Moines, and Patten, Grin
nell, tied for second. Time: 10 feet 2
Discus throw: Murphy. Ida Groye;
Phillips. West Des Moines; Fswcett. Ida
Orove. Distance: 100 feet 10 inches.
Running high Jump: Walker. West Dee
vii-.. iiurk Dale Park. and Mould,
Dubuque tied for lirst. Distance: 6 feet
Murnhv Irta Orove: Macomber,
Weat Dea Moine; 'Alderman, Marlon. Dle-
tance: 44 feet inches.
Broad Jump: McMartln. West Des
Moines; Murphy, Ida Grove- Courson,
Clarion. Distance: I feet 6 Inches.
Hammer throw: Macomber, West Des
Moines; Alderman. Marlon; Fawcett, Ida
Grove. Distance: 140 feet 3 Inches.
EV-XTS'OX THK Rl TRACKS
serartty Wins the w Bochelle
Handicap at, Belmont Park.
NEW YORK. May 18. Security, at 6 to
1 and with Burna in the aaddle, easily won
the New Rochelle handicap at seven and
a half furlongs at Belmont Park today and
in doing so made a new track record for
the distance of 1:33. Security won by one
and a half lengths from Grapple, the Met
ropolitan handicap winner, w th Blandy
third. Artful, one of the favorites for the
Brooklyn handicap, to be run next Mon
day at Oravesend, was officially declared
out of the race today. The Newcastle
stable today bought Inquisitor from Tom
Welsh for llO.ouO. Summaries:
First race, six furlongs; main course:
Pantoufle won. Tiptoe second, Aeronaut
third. Time: 1:134-
Second race, Ave furlongs, straight: Bara
clneaca won, Euaebio aecond, Belst third.
Time: l:0Ua. m . . ,
Third race, four -and a half furlongs,
straight: Saghallen won, Athens second,
Anna May third. Time: 0:53.
Fourth race: The New Rochelle handi
cap, five and a half furlongs: Security won,
Grapple aecond, Blandy third. Time: 1:83.
Fifth race, seven furlongs: Broadcloth
won, Rye aecond, Wrenne third. Time: 1:27.
Sixth race, mile: Bulla eye won, Hat
second, Rose of Gold third. Time: 1:40.
'LOUISVILLE. Ky.. May 18.-Resu!ts at
Ok...nklll I I . . n. a '
" Fit st race, mile: Joe Coyne won, Carew
secona. ni-nuunuci wiuu. .,. -Second
race, 2-year-old fllHea, four and a
half furlonga: Caper won, Sweet Ell second,
Laura E. third. Time: O:.
Third race, seven furlongs: Brla Lee won.
Foreigner second, Gllfain third. Time:
Fourth rsce, six furlongs: Ralbert won,
Clifton Forge second, Nome Lucille third.
Fifth race, maiden 8-year-old colts, four
furlongs: Fullman won. John Kauffman
Second. Voting third. Time; 0:5H.
. Sixth j-ace. seven furlongs: Harding won.
Bernle Cramer second. Steel Trap third.
Soventh race, mile: Colonel Jim Douglas
won. Hadur second, Zlnda third. Time:
Handicap) Tennis at Field flnb.
A handicap tennia tournament for mem
bers will start at the Field club cjiirts at
3 30 thla afternoon. The drawlnga for this
early match are:
Vun Camp, (scratch), a bye.
Soles. (16), a bye.
Martin, (owe 16), plays Blacklln. (16). '
Teal. (16), plays Heller, (scratch).
A. Potter, U6). plays Dufrene, (owe half
Doherty, (15 and half 16), plays H. Pollard,
Batten, (scratch), plays Armstrong, 1&).
Raamuaaen, (scratch), playa Hughes, (15
and half 15i.
Epeneter. (15 and half 16), plays Chamb
Jaynes, (15 and half . plays C. Potter,
T. pollsrd. (16), plsys Schrelher. (owe 15).
Wood. US), plays Capon, thalf 16).
Ralney, (scratch), plays A. Smith, (15).
Kemiard, (half 16). plays D. Kohn, (owe
Collett, (scratch), a bye.
lwln. (16 and half 16), a bye.
Fremont lo Have Races.
FEMONT. Neb. May 18 (Hpeclal.) The
annual races of the Fremont Driving Park
association will ba held July 81 to August
3. and Judging from the Interest being
taken by local horsemen and others there
will be a fine field of horses and a good
attendance. The following races are
Trotting, 2:17. 2:22. 2:27. 2:M, 8 years old
or under Pacing. 2:10, 2:1. 2:22, 2 36. 3
years old or under.
The aaaoclatton reserve the right to
withdraw any e'laaa not filled. The purses
will b for 80 In most of th classes and
will be divided In th proportion of 6.
and tif- Then ars already a uuuiber
of promising horses st the track In train
ing for the Nebraska circuit and many
more will be ther early next month.
Mlae Batten aad Mr. t a bet Defeat Ml
BOSTON. May 19. Miss May Sutton of
California, tb world's woman tennis
champion, waa defeated in an exhlhltlo-i
set today, but It took a man to do It.
The victor waa N. W. Nllee of Harvard,
holder of the univeralty championship,
who wen 8-1.
Mlaa Sutton qualified for the Invitation
single by defeating Mica Eelii 8nis,
The mixed double event, which cloaod
Mlaa Sutton'a day at Lnngwnod, proved
iiearly aa exciting a contest aa the One
yesterday In which she and her partner,
K. W. Cabot narrowly missed defeat. The
pair had as their opponenta thla afternoon
Mlaa Marion Fenno and E. W. Leonard,
both of the Lnngwnod club. Miaa Kutton
and Mr. Cabot won In atralght aeta. but
twenty-four game were necessary to de
cide the contest, the scores being 6-4. 8-6.
Mlaa Sutton and Mr. Cnhnt will play
Miss Phyllis Green of Plillsdelphla anil
N. W. Nllea, the Harvard champion. In
the finale of the mixed dotiblea tomorrow.
WITH THE BOWLERS.
Ist flight Hodges, who leads for the
Dally Newa trophy, bowled his final aerlea
with a total that gives him a great chapce
of winning. Frush Is now the only man
with much chance to heat him and he must
roll a net series of 6 to win. The Council
Bluffs man la easily capable of doing It,
hut he will have to go above his average.
Hodge 1S6 204 1M 167 23) 969 0 fl9
Ortfllths 178 178 192 152 It 863 0
...373 3W SS6 3o 376 1.83 0 l.SJ2
.174 177 187 J03 173
.146 168 180 229 169
914 .15 948
9o8 30 9.'
Totala 320 345 38 432 342 1.8 63 1,877
Base Ball at Field Club.
At the Field club grounds this alternoon
the Field club team will meet the strong
merchanta' team from South Omaha.
Crelghton and Adama will be nhaent from
the Field club lineup, owing to sickness.
Field Club. Poaltlon. S. O. Merchants.
Bohner Catcher Shambler
Oordy Pitcher Geromlus
Abbott First Willlnma
Chambers Second Callahan
Martin Third Cumin
Murphy Short Roben
Kelly Left McMillan
Hosgland Center McKeon
Rogers Right Whltelock
Iowa League Games.
MARSHALLTOWN, la.. May 18.-(8pe-olal
Telegram.) Following are the results
In the Iowa league:
Burlington, lu; Marshalltown, 4.
Fort Dodge. 10; Oskalooea, 8.
Boone, 6; Ottumwa, 4.
Waterloo, 7; Keokuk, 4.
Gamea In Three-I League.
At Bloomlngton Davenport, 17; Blooming
At Springfield Rock laland, 2; Spring
At Peoria Dubuque, 4; Peoria, 2.
At Decatur Decatur-Cedar Rapids game
Affidavits In Loo Dillon Case.
NEW YORK, May 18. The affidavits of
two men on which was baaed the charge
that the trotting mare Lou Dillon was
drugged In a race for the gold cup at Mem-
fhls, Tenn., In 1904, were produced In court
n this city today. The judge reserved his
LIGHTING EFFECTS OF WEAKNESS
There are thousands of men whose minds are weak and Impaired and
whose bodies are unsound and diseased. They suffer from the follies and
excesses of youth, which weuken their physical, mental and sexual powers.
They are weak, nervous, tired, dlzxy, languid, despondent and absent-minded,
have weak, aching back, palpitation of the heart, capricioua appellle, frightful
dreams, a constant fear of Impending danger, night losses und day drains,
which unfit them for work, study, business or marriage. Others are suffering
from private diseases, auch aa Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Stricture, Varicocele, En
larged Proatate or Blood Polaon (Syphllla).
Are you one of these men? Are you staggering under the burden or a
secret weskness, which la'a slow but sure drain on vour strength and vitality?
In your present condition are you fit to hold a responsible position? tan any
body rely on you or can you rely on yourself? Is your body almost wrecked
and your brain In a whirl? It Is terrible to be in tills condition, but It Is
still worse to allow the trouble to progress and hecomo more aggravated, for
It may then All your whole life with failure, mlaerv and woe. There are
thousanda of ruined and cheerleas homes, filled with discontent and unhappl
ness, lacking In love and compantonshlhp, through the sexual weakness-and
physical Impairment of men whose years do not Justify such a condition. We
have gladdened the hearta of thouaanda of young and middle-aged men who
were plunging toward the grave, restoring them to apeclmena of physical
manhood, full of vim. vigor and vitality.
WE CURE SAFELY AND THOROUGHLY
Stricture, Varicocele, Emissions, Nervo-Sexual Debility,
Impotency, Blood Poison (Syphilis), Rectal,
Kidney and Urinary Diseases.
and all dlseasea and weakneaaea of men due to evil habits, excesses, or the
result of specific private diseases.
FREE CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION ffiyTiS'to iaomV
STATE MEDICAL INSTITUTE
1S08 Farnam St., Between 13th and 14th Sts., Omaha, Neb.
TO LAKESIDE, SI1ERIDAII CO., IIEB.
JUNE &, 1906
TO WHITMAN, GRANT CO., KE3.
I will paraonally conduct the above homeeeekera' excursions,
leaving Omaha on above named dates, for the purpose Of assist
ing homeseekers to locate and file claims on sections' of free Kin
kald lands under the homestead law. I will have with me, for each
excursion, township plats showing the location by section, township
and range of all the available homestead lands In those localities.
Tit A IX KKKVIC'K Trains for Whitman leave Omaha at 11:10
p. m.; for Lakeside at 4:10 p. m.
RATE Very low round trip homeseekers' excursion rates
will be In effect on the above dates to those destinations.
Clrculatiaf th kbies.
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VEINS an WEAKNESS, eslars e4 relr full
lital ear,y. 114 trill. Call er nrlie tor tree
. seat ele. eissj. HYMEC CO.,
I ii .uutMi tnuiic IT. UUe, I.
ileclsion aa to whether counsel for V. t"
malhera shall be allowed tn Inspect Ih
affdavlta. as thev hsc asl-d pei mission
to do The nith-n was taken in a suit
brought tv the Memphis Trotting associa
tion to secin c a return of the cup won by
Major Delinnr, Hmathera horse.
olleae Haae Rail (James.
At Champaign. 111. Illinois. 12; Notre
At New York-Cornell 4: Columbia, ft.
At Lincoln Nebraska university 9, Kan
Illinois Wins Track Meet.
CMAMPAION. III. Mar 18. -Tha Unl
vorslty of Illinois today defeated Indiana,
univeralty In a track meet. 1 to 38 points.
McCloakey pitched two Innings for the
Quakers Thursday, allowing Chicago one
hit for that time.
Brown, the Iowa college farmer, fanned
six Bridegrooms at M. Louis Thuraday,
allowed eight hlta and won his game
Butch Freese made quite a record In
the game Thursday, throwing out three
men at second, hitting and running well.
Howard covered left field in the last
game for Boston, taking two chances with
out a miss. But ho again failed to get a
Chicago made another climb tin the lad
der by winning from Philadelphia and
having Pittsburg ahut out tho Giants on
the aame day.
With Old Pop Eyler and two other pitch
era working. Lincoln took the game from
Donvrr. und that, too. In spite of the fact
that Freak Fuller umpired it.
The Crelghton ball team will play the
Union I'aclilc shop team thla afternoon at
8:30 o'clock n Cn-ightim held. The shop
men are a fast bunch of plavera and will
doubtless play the colleglana a cloae game.
Eddie Quick watched the game Thursday
from the grand aland. He save he will
Join the Pueblo team at time and not tako
a chance with Fremont or any other In
dependent team, when lie can go with tile
Lincoln won another game from Denver
without the aid of Ducky Holmes, who la
still at hia farm talking It over Willi the
Insurance agents. Cooke, his new left
tielder, secured from the univeralty, la
Schlpke Is not hitting as he did when
he waa known aa 8luxger Bill at Vinton
Street park and waa copping a gold watch
every day or two by hitting the algn it
the north end of the held. But can you
Ivan Howard la taking tickets at the
grand stand nowadays while he Is nursing
a well developed case of Charley Horse.
Bender la covering second all right, but
Carter haa a hail knee and should be given
a rest while he recuperatea.
With Mordecal and Prairie City Brown,
Owen. Pi'elster and Mct'luakey doing star
work In the big leaguea. la there any one
who will deny to Modest Bill Rourke the
one claim he cherishes that he does know
how to train young pitchers.
That was an awful slaughter Des Moines
gave Pueblo Thursday fourteen hlta snd
fifteen runs to Pueblo's one. Morrison
waa on the slab for the Indiana and
worked hard, but had no support, his team
making five errors behind him.
Games scheduled for Saturday In the
Omaha Church and Sunday School Baae
Ball league, are: Lowe Avenue Preeby
terlan to meet Castellar Street Prebyter
lan, Central United Preabyterian to meet
Olivette Baptist, St. Mary'a Avenue Con
gregational to meet Wesminater Preaby
terian, Seward Street Methodist Episcopal
to meet Clifton Hill Presbyterian, First
Methodist Episcopal to meet Walnut Hill
Methodist Episcopal. A call has been
made for good umpires for this league and
anvone wishing to give his services should
call up A. W. Miller, telephone Harney
3406. What's the matter with Fuller?
TLS for FJuElftj
For Further Information, call or write
D. CLEM DEAVER, Agent
Homeseekers' Ioforiuatiou liureau,
1004 Farnam 8t OMAHA. NKI1.
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