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Tim OMATIA' DAILY ' REE: FT? ID AT, MAT C5, -'. 1906.
1 1 1
OMAnA WINS SPLENDID CAME
Locfcli Take Lut of 8eriei from Dm Moines
and Petes iem.
CANTILLON NEVER LETS OUT A WHIMPER
War ganders Pitches Great
aad Welch Knocks Timely nar
Rn Over Right Field
If the l.!no fans who Journeyed to Vinton
Street park Thursday afternoon did so with
tha 'lflea. of seeing Cantillon continue tho
rowdyism he had started Tuesday they
were -disappointed, for more peaceable
game was never plured, the content being
waged strictly on I la merits and the best
team won by the arore of 2 to 1. Can
' til Ion sat on his players' bench as meek
as alamb and the only way the specta
tors were aware of tils .presence was, by
the continual glances which Pitcher Miller
kept' casting' longingly In that direction In
the hope that Mike could start something
whleh would pull him out of the defeat
which stsred him In the face and which
was sure to come from the time when
lr. Welch hit the sphere over the right
field fence for as pretty and timely a home
run as one could wish..
Miller, wbo was In the' box for the Cham
pions, pitched good ball, but a' man' was
pitching against him who was throwing
them' over In better form than he and his
team mates could do nothing toward get
ting the runs which are necessary to win
ball games." Miller posed like an Adonis
and every time Keefe 'called a ball he
would look appealtngly. toward Cantillon
but the only' noise which came back from
the bench was the dlstnrbance raised by
Carrtllloni alligator . socks, w hich he dis
played with much pride. I '
In theslxth Inning, when Bassey started
out with a triple and was followed soon
after by Dolan and Ruhkle with singles.
Miller quit turning to the'bench, for he
feared, the look of scorn which" would bo
cast upon him by the mighty Mike.'
Sanders was sent forth by Pa to put a
few crimps In Des Moines, and right well
did he do It, allowing but three hits, pass
ing none and hitting but one man. San
ders Is lit; fine condition this spring and
has pitched some phenomenal, ball.. In the
four games In which he has participated
on the home ground he has passed but one
man. Banders struck out (wo ' lit the first
Inning, the last man up, . Welday. being
caught for the third strike by one of War's
quick returns.. ,
The game started ' out fast, ' but " three
men to an Inning on either, team coming
to bat until the third, when Des Moines
scored Its only run on Andreas' double, a
sacrifice by Magoon and a scratch bit to
right field by Miller.
Omaha's first run was made In the fourth'
inning by Welch's drive over the right
Held fence.' Hoggle tried to climb the fence
to stop It, but to no avail,, for It cleared
It so far he could not have touched it with
a ladder. Tha second run came along In
the sixth Inning. Bassey led rrff with the
three-base drive to the big beer sign and
came home on tha throw In of Welch's
fly to Hoggle. Dolan and Jlunkle followed
with singles, but Perrlng struck out and
Gondlng popped an easy one, to Andreas.
Des Moines threw a little scare Into the
locals In the ninth when Sanders hit Caffyn
on the shoulder and Schlpke sacrificed him
on to second. The next two men up flew
Out on long drives to Welch.
Today will be ladles' dsy. with Seles and
his Pueblo Indians for the attraction.
iThe score: , .
AB. R. H. PO. A
' a a . .' S
Totrfl '....5.1 11 -11 '."H 14' S
Two out when winning rnn was scored
Fiona City li n. 0 0 2 1 1 1
Denver -.. 1 Q' 2tV 0 1 1 e6
Karnej runs: Sioux Cltv, J: Denver. .
Two-base him: Campbell, 'Nrvhitt, Reddlck,
Ktoell. Home run: MtllnK First base
on., errors: Noblit. Weed, Krost Reddlck.
Left, on bases: Sioux I'lty. ; Denver, .
Stolen bases: 'jnipl-ell. Noblit. HHiier,
Scbnant. Sacrifice hits: .New-ton, -2i.
Smith. (2, S.-brnnt. Hawa balls: 'Off
t'nrbett. 1 Hit -by pitched ball: Reddlck.
ruck out: Hv t'nrhcttj by Kngle. a
Wild pirches: Corbett. J-; Engle. 1. Passed
balls: Hoes. 1; sWirant ' 1. Time: 150
Umpire: Fuller. Attendance: .
Standing; of the Teams..
Played. Won. Lost
Des ' Moines
Sioux City ,
City at Lincoln, Denver St Des Moines.
KEKFE A MAI OF GREAT 8TAIHMA
' Betirter, 2b.'."
Mike Cantlllon's Inspire Displays His
Umpire Keefe is a man of stamina. He
demonstrated that yesterday..
At the gate of Vinton street park, Just
as he entered yesterday afternoon to do
his day's work. In the presence of Manager
Kourke.of Omaha iind three newspaper
men. he was shown a Des Moines Register
and Leader, containing a signed statement
by him In which he completely exonerated
Cantillon and Doyle of profanity nnd dls-'
orderly conduct In Omaha Tuesday and
declaring that there was no such conduct,
that no one used profanity, that Des Moines'
won the game on its merits, that the re
ports sent out from Omaha, were not right
and the criticism of Cantillon and Doyle
were uncalled for. To this statement was
signed the name of "John R. Keefe." That's
mm. He did not deny his Identity.
These men, who with hundreds of others
had witnessed the unprecedented outrage
of Tuesday, showed Keefe this thing and
asked him If it were possible he made and
signed such a statement.-
"No. I did not," he replied with much
emphasis. ' . '
"But the paper has your name signed to'
It, he was reminded.
"That's nothing: It might hkve my name
"iguru iu miusi anvinmg. .,
A reporter for The He, went, over io the
Des Moines bench .and . told Doyle, that
Keefe repudiated the statement. ' He also'
so inrormea ft stair man-of the Des Moines
paper who was on the. bench,- The Register
and Leader i reporter . declared tha. state
ment had come to his paper regularly and
that Keefe must have made and signed It.
He was surprised at Kecte's, repudiation,
but so was Doyle. ' '
"What's that?" exclaimed Doylo, "ne-'
pudlates it. does -he? -Well that ts'al! I
have to say."
And he pulled from his ' pocket ' a ' letter
written In Ink, , bearing tha-signature of
John R. ' Keefe. That letter, was what, the
Des - Moines paper contained. Meantime
Cantillon heard the conversation and
Jumped 'In with another signed. , tetter by
Keefe,. which his craven servant Jutd. given
him, doubtless under . duress. - -
On top of this Keefe switched again. The
Des Moines newspaper man went over to
where he was In front of the Omaha play
ers' bench, with Rotirke present, and con
fronted him. Here Keefe was shown the
two letters and while they were being -ex-
niniiea cantillon yelled, "Don't let those
letters get away from you. Don't you let
so.yixHiv gei nis nanus on mem
'Are these your -signatures?",, ssked the
moines newspaper man of Keefe.
res. mey are.- replied that strong
Then the Des Moines reporter rushed over
io wnere me men -were wbo heard him
repudiate the signatures and . statements,
but Keefe would , not come. ;
That's the man 'Cantillon used to steal
Tuesday's game with and thatTi the kind
of man the Western leae-ne must rami I, a,
fate with unless the majority managers
overthrow the nasty Cantlllon-Tebeau mees
i Dtiiunmy e meeting.
Incidentally, Doyle, Cantlllon's man Fri
day, sat In a box above the visiting play
ers' bench and watched the DU me Thiin.
day. Pretending to be Hggrleved, he asked
a reporter for The Bee:
'Wh.lt do you think of them viiimnJIn.
" "I don't think anybody Susnended you.V
wa the reply. ' . V. ;. '.
NEW YORK IN FIRST PLACE
Gotham Kationa.1 Banch Hits on Windy
City Team ia Second. - .
MATTHEWSON DRIVEN FROM BOX IN THIRD
llt. Who Sarreeris Him
Strikes , Oat Eight , Mea
Scores In Other
CHICAGO, May 24 -New Tork Ousted th
locsls from first place in the race today
visitors were outbatud, but had all
the luck. Mathewson quit after two run
had been scored In the third. Score:
NSW TURK rHICAOO.
B.H.O.A.E. H H O A K
mwninin, c. 4 I 10 1 aa'apie el 4 t A i
Frown. rf ... I 1 pherHrd. lf.. 0 t 1
Mr((nn. lb... 4 10 0 SchuK. rf.... I lie
Mri. If. ... t 1 1 0 1 Chanrs, lb... I I t I
Dahlrn. M ... I 111 0 Slelnr.ldt. 3b 4 1 1 I
Dtrlln. 3h....4 0 0 J 0 Tinker. M ... 4 14 1
Gilbert, 3b... 4 1 I I 1 Ever.. b 4 0 1 I
S unt, cf I 0 0 Mann, r 4 I t 4
unhewn,!., so 0 o t (lindrren. p.. I 1 t 1
Wilts, p I e 0 I) Hafmin, cf... 1 0 0
Noon-iti 1 t 0 0
Total II 7 it,
Ton In 31 11 17 II
Batted for Sheckard In ninth.
iew york 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
Chicago ..( o 3 0 3 0 0 0 0-5
Hits: Off Mathewson, 3 in two and one
third innings; off Wlltse, In six snd two-
inira innings, lyeft on bases: Chicago.
INew lork, . Two-base hits: Morsn, 2
Baerif.ee hit: Mertes. Stolen base: Chance,
uouoie piay: uevlln, Ollbert to McGann
mrucK out: By Lundgren, 4; by Mathew
son, 1; by Wlltse, 3. Hit with ball: Mc
wann. Time: 1:86. Umpires: Klem and
St. laoals Piles 1 p Bis; Score.
ST. LOUIS. Mo, May 24 Philadelphia
"mi nil io pieces in tne Held tocluv an 1
Ht. Louis had little trouble In winning, by
a score of 11 to 1. The game today was
nuvancea irom ine next western trio
BT. LOIUB. PHILADKLPHIA.
B.H.O.A.E. B H O A E
0 Thim., cf . .. 4
OTItu. rf 4
0 Courtney, lb.. I
0 Mm, If 4
0 Wrd. 2b I
Bnnifleld. lb I
noolln, n.... I
0 Doois, c '. . I
0 1 ustl. p 3
.27 . 11
Magoon, 2b... :
AB. R. H. PO
base hit: Basse v
First base on balls
1 0 0
Off Miller, 2.
pitched ball: By Sunders. 1. Struck out
By Sanders,' 4; by Miller, t. Left on bases:
Omaha, 7; Des Moines, I. Sacrifice hits:
Schlpke, Magoon. Attendance:
Time: 1:37. .Umpire: Keefe.
Klae' Contest at Uneola,
LINCOLN, May 34 Lincoln won from
Pueblo this afternoon. 3 (a 1. Up to the
-seventh. Inning It was a pitchers' battle,
and a good oue, not a hit bring made off
Eyler up to that time. Then the visitors
broke the Ice, singles by Shugart, Ells
worth and Melchlor sending one man across
the plate. The Llncolns won the game In
their half of the same inning. Collins kd
off with a, single and Zlnj-ao and Kill man
were given their bases on balls after Barton
and Eyler had been retired. Holmes rapped
out a single to deep center, scoring Collins
and Ziiu-un, FlUuian crossed the plate
when Messltt threw to second In an effort
to catch Holmes on a steal. Score:
, ' ' LINCOLN.
Fillman, as 3 l
Holmes, If ,.
Vulllln. ' 3b.
M exalt t, c
' Faurot, p. ....4...,
base on balls
If. PO. A. E.
0 3 3 1
2 0 0 0
0 6 4 0
0 10 0
0 9 0 0
1 0 0 0
0 4 10
1 R 3 0
0 0 3 0
"4 27 14 "l
H. PO. A. E
0 3 0 0
1 1 1
10 2 0
10 0 0
0 10 0
0 0 0 0
0 0 t 0
0 0 10
4 34 II "l
0 0 3 0 3
0 0 1 0 01
..0 0 0 s
-. 0 0 0 0
Qulllin. Barton. ' Stolen
Fillman. Bhuuirt nr.i
on jayier, 1: off Faurot. 5.
Hit witn pitched ball: By Faurot. 1. Struck
ouii xy cyier, s: Dy I-aurot, 1. ieH on
bases: Lincoln, &; Pueblo. 3. Time: 130
Umpire: Davis. Attendance: l.boo.
. Host Wis la Klath.
SIOUX CITY. May 24 -Sioux City 'won
out in the ninth today in one of the most
Interesting contests of Hie season It
was see-saw from start to finish. The
winning run was made by Koblit, who got
to limt when Reddu-k fumbled an easy
grounder, went te etxnd on a passed hall
and soorod oa a long single by Tate. Kroell
made two costly errors. Mr Hale secured
his hos.e run Id the first. Kngle pitched
the better ball, but received ragged support.
' ..' AB. R- H. PO. A. E.
vamneii. 11 I 2 0
room, CI.... ........... Sll
Bauer, lb i ' a
Weed, 2b.. :.... 1 0
Tate, rf 114
Newton, aa... 20
Frost, 3b 4 0 0
Hess, e 4 4 0 1
Corbett, j .,4 4) j
, T. Smith, ib
Randall, rf. ,..
13 27 14 ?
"Sure, didn't you eee'that press notice?"
"YeS. hilt m-h1 Wu II ...a.n.n
- -. ...... t ...... , .-1 , , I,,,."!.. , II .
The peoplt, here think it wqs all a put up
jou .neiween you ajirl .t-sntUInn, that It. was
Blip inrown to tne rans and management
4n Onmha In the effert tohefoB them so
they wouldn't blHtne C4iitl(n)n as much."
'Well, I'm suspended, anyway. The um
pire says he ain't had.no notloe. and no
body seems to know npthin' about It. -but
the umpire says I can t go on the grounds
-till .something's done,",' 1
' ; Pneblo' and Omaha.
Friday will be ladles' day at Vinton street
park, when all the women will be admitted
free to see Pa and Manager Selee and their
Tolts and Indians cavort on the diamond.
Manager Selee Is quite a popular idol In
.this city, and many fans have. watched his
successful career in base ball from 'the
time he turned out the great ball team of
pennant winners In Omaha. Pueblo will be
here for three days. The llneun-
l-e't i Cook
.. High t ........ .V. , . Melchlor
..Catch , Messltt
P tch Quick
Illinois Shots Out Amherst
CHAMPAIGN III.. May 24.-the Amherst
college base ball team was shut, out here
loday by the University of Illinois team.
The final rcore was 3 to 0. Illinois played
almost perfect . ball, while the easterm-is
made three errors. Two of thee mistakes
ytere responsible for two runs eVortK bv
Illinois. Score: v .' . . H k'
Illinois 1 0 0 S 0 0 0 0 3 1 4 i
Amherst 0 0 0 T 0 Q 0 0 '.00 7 3
Batteries: Watson, aqd Dunrilfig; McRae
and Spring. ' -''.''
Osceola Wins la Tenth. '
OSCEOLA, Neb.. May 4.-Spectal-.)-Osceola
won an Interesting game of ball
from Uresham here yesterday In the tenth
Inning. Gresham had a good, lead during
the first part of the game, but the locals
overcame that, tied-the score- In the ninth
and won out In tne tenth.', Weiuiland's
pitching was the feature, not, a Ivlt being
made off his delivery. , Score: J to.O ' Bat
tel les: Osceola,. Cox, Classes, and Wend
land; Gresham, Oro and .White.. .
Bellevae aad Creighton. '
The Bellevqe college base bull team comes
to Crelghtou Held; tomorrow afternoon to
play the local collegians the final game of
the league contest. HelWun has been
bracing up and Is playing better ball than
three weeks ago. The Nebraska Stale
Normal team was defeated by Bellevue
Wednesday by a sc ore of to 1, The game
will be played at 3:30 o'clock'.
Shelby Beats ' Atlantic. '
ATLANTIC. Ia., May 21.-J Special -The
game of ball between the 6h.lt. y and
Atlantic High schools that was scheduled
here today was called. at the ed of Ihe
flft.i inning on account of rain, with the
score; 13 to 7. In favor of the visitors. The
Atlantic Grays will play ;Exlrg fere .;.t
Beata W ..
Mjy 24 VRpeclal. )-Ks-played
a good game of
' WAUSA, Neb.,
monit and Wauss
Osmond 0 - O t o 'l 0 1 4
Wausa O'O'O'l ' 0 1 1 1
Batteries: Osmond, ftore and Julian
Wsusa, Larsen und Reed. Upiplre: Cook'
Iowa I.easrae Resalts.
' MARSHALLTOWV. la.-. May "24.-(8pe-cUI
ielegram.1 FoiUwing are the results
in the Iowa league: ,
M tiahallio 11. 4: Fort Dodge," ' 1. . .
Keokuk. 8: Ottumwa. 5. , -
Wier.oo, 4; Ii-Mi)e, 3. V.
Onkalouea, K; Bui llngton, .1, .
Kearney that Ont Crand Island.
KEARNEY. Neb.. May K4.-4I Special Tel
egram. In an .exciting ten-Inning gams
between Kearney and rrand Island played
here today Kearney once more proved the
winner by the score of 1 te o.
Bertrnnd Wins In Tenth. 1
BERTRAND. A'eb.. Slay ?4 -S.cial Tel.
egrain Bert rand defeated Holdiege today
In a ten-Inning game bv a spt.ire of I to 1
Batteries: Bertram!. Masters and Atkin
son; Holdrege. Stnrkey and Allen. Una:
11; Moitirege, s
. liin'i la Vb ree.f lLeaane.
At Devcfi port Peortr.. t. Denpvrt. 1.
At Dubuuue Dubugiie. 3; Blooming ton i
At Cedar RaplOa Cedar Rapid, . D
; Total 40 1117 11-0 Total n 4 14 14
bt. Louis 2 0.0 1 2 1 0.6 11
i-mianelpnia ...0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 J
Earned runs: St. Louis, 8: Philadelphia
1. ' Two-base- hits: Doofin, Lush, Snioot.
Sacrifice hits: Shsnnon, Smoot, Hlmes,
a ... raBBm.uHiia: vrauy, i; iooin, 1
H't by pitched ball: By Lush, Hmoot
"'in pnejie: j-iy L,un. 4. first base on
balls, off Hostetter, 2;. off Lush. 1. Struck
out: By j,usn, 3; by Hostetter. 3. Left
on bases: St. Louis, 10; Philadelphia, 3.
1 ,u i.vui I'uipire: ramsne.
Pirates Win In Seventh
. PITTSBURG. May 10. In the second
Inning today Brain hit Into the bleachers
lor a .nome run.- scoring Boston s first
tally or the week. . Pittsburg won the
game In the seventh, when four runs were
scored and Pfeffer was taken out. Phll
llppe was taken out after the fifth In
ning, narger nnisning tne game. Score
xeier, u 1 1 o 0 1 Rrldwell a 1
Oanli., rf.... 4 1 I 0 0 Tenney. lb... 1
Ua.h. cf..... 4 1 1 0 0 Dolan. lb I 1 1
Wanner,. ... I 0 11 0 Howard, If... 4 1 1
Nealon, lb.... 4 I 10 0 Brain, lb 4 I 6
RHchev. lb. .. 1 4 4 0 Bate, cf I 1 1
Fheehan. lb.. 4 1 1 4 0 8trobl, lb... I 1 I
Phclp. c 1 0 7 2 lO Nell. c I I 1
Phllllppe. p.. 1 0 0 0 OPfalTer, p J 1
r'li t 1 e 0 6Dornr, p.... 1 0
-a-1 a-' . v.... iwvi .
. . Total. .....31 to 24 II
Totals S 117 14 I .
Batted' for Phllllppe In fifth.
rittsourg 0 0 0 0 2 0 4 0
Boston 0 1 0 1 2 0 .1 0
Three-base hit: Howard. Home
rain. nacrince hits: a Kltchey, Dolan,
Bates Pfeffer. Stolen base: Tenney,
jjounie piay: wrain (unassisted). First
base on balls: Off Karger, 2; off Pfeffer.
1: off Dorner, 1. Hit by pitched ball: By
Pfeffer, Wagner: by Dorner, Hltchev.
?,rVrkD01-: B.y Pn"PP. 3: by Karger,
4: y Pfeffer. 1. Hits: Off Phllllppe, 7 In
fil.',rlnnin,8:-0,t KarB'. 1 fous, innings:
off Pfeffer. 7 in six and ntie.huir r.ni .......
off Dorner. 1 in one and one-half Innings.
Left on bases: Pittsburg. 4; Boston, .
.Time: 1:50. Umpire: Johnstone.
usdiig of the Teams.
" ' , Played. Won. Lost.
.xew ion 34 23 Jl
i nicago ss . 25
Pittsburg 33 2f
Philadelphia 37 20
St. Louis 35 in
Cincinnati 37 is
Boston 35 13
Brooklyn 35 10
Games todav: Boston at r-hl.c
Dhnnai 1P!,1t"bur;',1Nw Yrl at St. I.ouls,
Philadelphia at Cincinnati.
GAMES IX AMERICA LEAGUE
Cleveland Wins .Slagging
' from Philadelphia.
PHILADELPHIA. May 24.-Free hitting
?y tjeveland, coupled with loose fielding
by Philadelphia, gave the visitors a vlctorv
B H O A F n u n a t
V I ... l. a . a . n - . . w. . a
v nanaei. ir... 1 1
Arm hater, ef I
0 Knlaht, lb.... I
0 Davla. lb..... I
0 Seybold, rf ... I
1 Murphy, 2b... I
Bay. cf 4
Turner, aa... 4
Lajol. lb.... 4
StovaU, lb... I
Conaalton. If. t
Bradley, lb... 4
Clark, e 4
Bernbard, p., ft
Total 11117 11 I Total.....
Cleveland .2 10 0 0
Philadelphia 1 0 0 2 0
stolen bases:- Murphy. Flick
BtOVall. LlaVlS. (21. I Jl tola. Tk...
hits: Flick. Mumny. Sacrifice hit-
Double play: Clark and Lajole.
B.v coakley, 4: by Bernhard.
pitched bail: Davis. Turner.
M 10 17 II 4
2 0 4 0-9
2 2 0 07
5. Hit by
lime: 2:U0. Umpires: Hurst and Connor
Boston Easy for Chlrnaro.
BOSTON, May 24. -Chicago forced Young
Into retirement and practically won today's
game In the first Inning. Winter was alao
hit freely. The visitors were not forced
to extend themselves and Boston's twen
tieth straight defeat was accqmpllshed
easi y. A one-hand catch by a,Rfc was a
Justly applauded play. Score: 7
o n. 11. s c. B.H.O.A K
Jones, cf ,
0 Parent, a.
1 Selbarh. If I
Freeman, rf. . I
0 Glaie. rf 0
1 Godwin, b... 4
0 Ferria, 2b... I
0 Peterson, c... 4
Toung. p..... 0
.M II 17 14 4 Winter, p.... I
Armbruiter . 1
Totala 17 17 II I
Ratted for Winter in ninth.
Batted for Freeman in eighth.
Chicago 4 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 07
Boston o ,0 1 o 0 1 1 06
Two-base hits: Sullivan. Isbell. Three
base hits: IhI.cII, Parent. Sacrifice hit
Donohue, O'Neill, Jones. Stolen bases'
Donohue, Rohe, Isbell. 2, Jones. Double
plays: Altrock. Tannehlll and Donohue
Tannehlll. lulu-H and Donohue; Winter and
Goodwin. Hits: Off Young, 3 In one-third
inning; off Winter. in eight and two
thir.is Innings. Kirst on balls: Off Winter
1; off Altrock, 2. Struck out: Hv win,..'
3: ty Aitroca, i. passed ball: Peterson'
Wild pitch: Winter. Time: 1:8 l .
Saints Make It Three Straight.
WASHINGTON. Mav 24 Bt I.o.
It three straight Unlay, defeating U'aaMi.-
lngton 5 to 3. Wolfe ootpiti-hed Howell
but had poor support. Catches by Hick
man and Stone and the first base play of
Nordyke were the features. Score:
ST. Ull'li WASHINGTON
Heeiphill. cf.. 4
Waller, a... 4
Nordyk. lb.. I
O'Brien, lb... I
Niiee, rl I
Harli.ll, J .
hancer. c... 4
Huwell. p.... 4
B H OA R
( ruaa. 1
1 Will .ana. aa. .
v oll, p
I It II I
Batted for Wolfe.
St. Louis 0 0 0 0
Washington 1 0 0 0
Three-base hit: Howell.
rticaman. eacrinca nils: Reha,iH u-o
Hums, Hey don. Hemphill. Nile. Ilarta.n
Stolen bases: nion. Vfa.mni.ni '
Double play: Wllllama. Sthalfly and Stahl
Left on Ufaes: Wshltigun, ; St. Louis!
L Bases on balls: Off Wolfe. 4: off Howell
3. First on errors: Waahmetr... a, u.'
Louis, 1. Hit by pitched UU1: by Wolfs, i.
m init i
3 0 2 0-
2 0 0 0 0-3
By Wolfe, 2; by Howell.
Umpires: Evans and Sherl
Hew Voeftr 1ai Rntfeat
NEW TORK Mav "a Tha wnn h
New Tork from Detroit todsy wss marked
by hard hitting on both sides snd the local
tesm taKes third place In the pennant race
NEW TORK. DETROIT.
B.H.n A K M H O A K
111 OSrnufer. lb., t 14
1 Ccbb. rf t
Crawford, rf . I
0 Lindsay, lb., ft
1 Mrntre, If,, ft
nu(hlln. lb.. I
1 O'Learr. aa. .. I
Warner, e. ... I
Paine, c I
0 Ponovas. p. . 4
Elnerfeld. ee. 4
rheae, lb ...
f onroy. cf...
Clark arm, p.
Ttl II 17 I I Totals.. ...'.M II 14 It
New Tork '...0 0 0 1 1 1 S 0
Detroit o 1 0 0 0 0 0 5 0
First base on errors: Detroit, 1 First
nase on halls: Off Domvan, 6. off Hahn
1: off t'lsrkson 1 ntriiebr n, . R.. Tlonn.
van. S. Hits: Off Hahn. 11 In seven am.
two-tniros innings: off Clsrkson, 2 In one
ane one-third Innings. Three-base hits
Coughlln, Williams. Conroy. MorlaHtv.
Two-base hits: Chase. Laporte. Sarrtflce
hits: Coughlln, Cobb. O'Lesry, Laporte,
Elberfeld, Chase. Stolen base: Keeler.
Uouble plnys: O'lary and Schaefer
Schaefer, Lindsay snd O't-eary. Hit by
pucner: iiy nonovan, l. Time: z:io. em
pire: t onnolly.
Standing; of the Teams.
Played. Won. Lost.
Him., Iftri.v, r-h.lna.araa a.
Louis at Philadelphia. Detroit at New Tork
ieveiana at Washington,
GAMES I AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
Champions Defeat the Leaders ly
core of Fire Io O
COLUMBUS, May 34. Rnhertallle e steady
pitching wss too much for the Toledo
leaders and the champions won the second
game of the series, 6 to 1. Sntthoff's pssses
weir lunuwea Dy nils ana one costiv error
B.H.O.A.E. R.H.O. A. g
Plrkerlns. of. 4 1 I 0 0 Cannell. cf...4 1 0
4 o nemont. a. .. 4
0 0 Nance, If I
II 0 Jude, rf 4
(I A Kroecsr. lb.. I
1 0 KnatM. lb.... 4
I I W. Clark, lb 4
Wrteler. lb.. 4
Coulter. If.... 4
Klbm. lb I
Hlncbman, rf 1
Prlel. lb I
Hulawltt. aa.. 4
Robertallle, p I
1 . 1
OLand. r I
1 OSutthog. p.... I
M. Clark ... 1
M 7 17 1J 'Abbott 1
Total 14 I 14 11 1
Batted for Iand In ninth.
Batted for Sutlhoff In ninth.
Columbus ,....0 0 0 0 3 0 2 0 6
iieuo u a o i a O'O 0 01
Stolen bases: Wrlalev. Hlnrhman Bncrl
nee hits: Friel. Nance. Three-base hits:
Ryan, Jude. Double clays: Knah n.
mont to Krueger; W. Clarke, Demont to
puLiiiuir; tvrueger to-j. Clarke. Struck out:
by Robertallle, 5: by Sutthoff, 1. Passed
ball: Land. Time: 1.34. Umolre: Haskell
Distillers Shot O-t Hooslers.
INDIANAPOLIS. Mav 24 Ivtuisvllla.
put Indianapolis with little difficulty. The
locnis mane costly errors and Louisville
jroB auie io mincn nits st tne right times.
Bcore: . .. .
LOUISVILLE. .. . INDIANAPOLIS.
B.H.O.A. If, D U a V
Hallman, rf.. 4 10 1, 0 Dnnleary. of. ' 0 o' 0 a
D.u.an. ci... a i u o o Kaliiim. rf... I 0 0 1
Braahear. 2b.. I 1 I I 0J. Carr, ....! I ll
Sullivan, lb.. 4 1 IA A Paar. i a a A
Kerwln. If.... 4 1 1 Or rare. Vk'" i a a
Woodruff, lb. 10 4 1 ORothseb. cf... 4 0 0 0
Uulnlan. aa... 4 ft I ft OJamea. lb 4 Oil
eh. e 4 1 a 0 A Holme, c... t 0 7 1
Puttmapn, p.. I 1 0 4 0 Burna. th i n a
. , Cron-ley, p... o I I
a OlaiB. ..
0 Burna, lb.
n mil l
Louisville "..0 2 0 0 0
Indianapolis ,,.0 0 0 0 0
Bases on balls: Off Puttmann,
M I 17 4
0 0 0 36
0 0 0 00,
OUt: li V t'mm -V. 21'. hv Plltlmann t till
by pitcher: By Puttmann, rerre; by Crom
ley, Puttmann. Double plays: Cromley to
James; Qulnlan, Sullivan to Shaw. Sacri
fice hits: Brsshear, Woodruff. Left on
pases: Indianapolis, S; Louisville, 3. Time:
1:50. Umpire: . Sullivan.
Millers Detent Brewers.
MINNEAPOLIS. Mv SM -atlnnunnll. ataa-
feated Milwaukee today In a game which
was called srtv then esd rrftt Ike nrst half of
ne nun . inning on account of a heaw
rainstorm. After being hit for two slnales
and giving two bases, on balls, Dougherty
wis taken out or the 1x In the first In
ning. Score. ' -
Davla, cf 1
Sullivan, rf.. I
Hart, if 1
Gremlnf'r, lb I
Freeman, lb.. 1
Oyler, a 1
Shannon, c... 1
fax. 2b 4
Oehrlng, p... I
0 0 0 0 Roblneon. aa. I 0 1 1
1 f o Ureen, rf 1 0 0 0
.0 1 Clark, lb..... I 0 0 0
110 Bateman. till
0 Hemphill, cf. 1 I 0
0 0 4 1 Roth, c 1 4 o
0 I 1 fMcChean'y, If I S00
14 14 MrCorm'k, lb I 3 0
014 Dnueherty. s. 0 0
OlMtrl In n a a A A
aviaie 10 I u .
,-.;n- Total II . mi I l
Game called at anrl nf first half mrii.
inning on account of rain.
Minneapolis 2 0 0 1 3
Milwaukee i o o 1 ft a
Stolen base: Oreen. Double play: Ovler
o Freeman. First base on halia- oer
CJehrlng. 2; off Dougherty, 2; off Oberlln,
1. . Struck out: By Oehrlng, 3; by Oberlln,
a. Datiiinn hub: uyier, nnannon. Hits:
Off Dougherty In 'one-third innlnir ? ,.(T
Oberlln in three Snd two-thirds Innings, 1.
j-eii on oases: Minneapolis. 3: Milwaukee.
Tie Game at St. Pnnl.
ST. PAUL. May 24. Umolre Kane call..!
the game at the beginning of the sixth
nmng ioaay on account of ra In with the
score a tie. Manager Jimmy Burke of Kan
sas City waa put out of the grounds for
disputing a decision. Score:
ST. PAUL. KANSAS CITY.
B H O A g. n h n a v
Omlrr. rl 1 1 0 0 OWaldroa. If.. I l l o a
usden, lb... I I T 1 ' 0 Perrln. ...i 0 10 1
an Zandt, cf I 0 t 0 Hill, cf 1 l t a
Prt. " I 1 1 0 Caaaady. rf . .. I I 1 l 0
Wheeler, lb.. I 1 I Doeakne, lb.. I 0 10
Padden. lb... I 1 1 1 Whitney, lb.. I 0(00
Rock'neld. aa I 1 0 9 v Burke, lb I 0 0 0 0
Drill. C 1 0 1 0 AFrant Ih A A A 1 a
Park lira, p.... I 114 0 Leahy, c 0 0 I 0 l
p.. 1 1 0 1 0
....II ft 1ft 7 2
0 2 0 1 0-3
110 0 1-3
Total II lull
Bt. Paul ,
Kansas City ,
Two-base hit: Olmatearl
Sugden. Double plays: Frisk to Susrten
Hill to Donahue. Rases on hall.- ner !...
kins, 2: off Olmstead. 3. Hit by pitched
ball: Leahy. Struck out: By Olmstead. 2:
by Parkins, 1. pasaed ball: Leahy. Wild
pitch: Olmstead. Sacrifice hits: Perdn
ii). DrIU. Left on bases: Bt. Paul. 8: Kan.
eon .ii, a. nine: t:io. umpires:
Eg a n
St. Paul .....
Standing; of the
Won. Lost. Pet.
1 13 .662
1 1 .4M
1 1 .471
15 17 .4rit
14 18 .UH
14 30 .412
SIN SniNES FOR WESTERN
Bright Outlook for the Promised 0ertlirow
of 0'Noil and Cantillon.
MAGNATES MEET IN OMAHA SATURDAY
Majority of Maanaers for -Decency
O Nell, too, has been advised of the meet
lng to oust him, as has every manager of
the Western league, and he can do as he
pleases. The meeting will be held and he
will be thrown over the transom If things
go as scheduled. Here Is what this man
O'Nell wired back to Rourke: .
wire Tebeau for him and Cantillon to
meet you In Omaha Saturday."
What do ou think of that?
The magnates of the Western
that Is, the managers of the
teams, will hold a meeting in
which has for Its prime purpose the ousting
of the so-called President O'Nell and the
consequent suppression of Mike Can
tlllon, tha hoodlum manager of Des
Moines. This meeting Is brought about
through the Initiation of President Rourke
of the Omaha team, but Is Jointly called
by Duncan of Sioux City, Holmes of Lin
coln and Selee of Pueblo.
Alter the highway robbery and out
rageous conduct of Cantillon and hi
brother hoodlums Tuesday at Vinton street
park Rourke sent a letter to the various
managers of the league calling them to
Join him in a flnal protest for the salvation
of the league. That - night Holmes tele
phoned and wired his support, tha next
morning Duncan telephoned his and Thurs
day morning came favorable word from
Bark) Will Be Here.
While Manager Rourke has heard nothlne
irom Burke, that dignitary has wired that
ne will attend the meeting, but will not
commit himself until "I know the facts.'
This message he sent to s Lincoln news
paper man, who wired to him to know
what he waa going to do. Rourke sent
him word Thursday by wire, so that what
ever excuse the Denver man may offer
he cannot hide behind the argument that
he was not notified or that snap Judgment
was taken of him. This should be clearly
understood: Not only has Bill Rourke
called a meeting of the league managers,
but every manager save Burke and Can
tillon has called the meeting. Each of
the others has sent the same mes&asre to
Burke, and so the thing Is set; the die is
cast. Mr. Burke and Mr. Cantillon can
do as they please; with the other four
men hanging together, as they now pledge,
mere u ne no more O'Neill the learue will
have a real president : there'll be no more
Cantillon, for misery loves company,' and
it wont ne long till the hoodlum manager
will seek congenial companionship. The
era of decency and fair play to which the
fans of this circuit have longingly looked
tor tor years, seems to be at hand.
College Athletes Meet for Final
Rtrnggle Today and Tomorrow.
BOSTON. Mav 24 After
. - . - ........ u . . . nan.,,, 1 1 II I nr(.
by an unusual number or dual meets the
climax In the track and field athletics In
the eastern rnll.,uM win nma ...
and Saturday when trfe thirtieth champion-
snip meet or tne Intercollegiate Associa
tion of Amateur Athletes of America will
be held In the Harvard Stadium. That this
oe-iiiin seems nestlned to be the greatest
In the history of the nrrsnWntion i- i.n
cated by the record-break! na- entry nt
nearly 800 men. who r,nr...ni .11
Uf.wUD'v,!"U1," an(1 colleges In the east
and the splendid performances which have
been made In . the nuairuoua games held
this spring. . ,
But what adds so much Interest to thlH
meet Is the fact that four of the larger unl-
"",r" .wl" enter 11 practically on even
erms and each will have tat-
of success. These are Harvard. Yale P.nn
sylvania and Cornell. Every one of these
institutions expects to win and the M1.1..1
sure to be sensational. '
What makes the vlctorv the mnr nu.'
tain is the fact that th small
several of which are extremely ! tuil
y?.r.. a,lmo8t "U""" to cut Into the points
of the leaders.
Tomorrow will be devoted entirely to the
Weedlna out" nrnrM. la.,,,!... a 1. -
for Saturday. " "m"
Mrs. Stont and Miss Bishop Will Play
la final Round Today.
ENGLEiWOOD. N. J., May 34.-Class told
1 the semi-final rnunrl of tha, unma.n-.
Metropolitan Golf association championship
tournament on the links of the Englewood
Golf club today. Mrs. Charles T Hi. .or
he present holder of the Metronolllnn Uolf
association title and former national cham
pion, survives, with another former cham
pion. Miss Georgia nna Bishop, both huv-
won the,r ivames today. The winners
will meet In the flnal round tomorrow.
ChamplonshlD cud. seml-Hnnl
Charles T. Stout. Richmond countv. Staieii
Island, beat Mrs. 8. F. Lefferts. Englewood.
N. J., 3 up and 1 to play; Miss Ueorgianna
Bishop. Brooklawn. Bridae nort. Ponn
beat Miss Julia R. Mix, Englewood. N. J..
up and 6 to play.
WITH the: bowlers.
Following are the scores of teams hnwiinv
last night In the Daily News handicap tour-
ament. neea ana neea nave ro led 1.K33.
P3S and 1.W5. a total of S.817. which ia
pretty sure of first money, as the nearest
team must finish with over 2.000 nins to
catch them. Hdnp.
A. C. Reed. ...175 184 ITU 1H 09 BIS fin w.;-!
H. D. Reed... 185 202 165 231 210 983 0 HS3
......3H0 31 331 399 4191.8
1 20S 1IV4 187 191 913
I'm 1A3 301 180 115 814
320 3H 375 367 3061.727
.154 ln8 2fi0 143 13 818
.211 lbl 193 194 148 927
.3d5 339 393 337 3U-1.745 40-1.785
imes toaav: Toledo at rniimk.,. i .....
llle at Indianapolis. Milwaukee ai'iu'i.. '
apolis, Kansas City at St. Paul.
Travis aad Travers Are Aanomar
NEW YORK. Mav 14 Ttie fir. I .nH '
nd rounds of elathteen-hole match nliu in
the men's championship tournameift of the
Metropolitan Golf association were rfo ih.j
today on the links of the St. Andi-aa' G,,lf
lub and among the eight snrvlvlna- nlav-
rs are Walter J. Travis ana .i.,nn.. 1,
Tiavers. who in the nnulif vlnar ,m.j .....
erday went around ilie in tha. n
uies of 72, 72-144, did not play at all well In
the first round today, but In the second
round he showed consider ble Improve
ment. Travis played a strong game in both
rounds, the best scores of the day being
made by him and . T. Ft rr.k a mi auch h ,
lng 71 ' ''-'
The survivors are: Travers. Travis Brn.
SW. 'G. P. Tiffany Vraelltr,n U-Iv.. u
Byers. St. Andrews. N V fcf.t 'ni. u.
t-is County-James M. Rhett. tei-ent Ath
letic club. Brooklyn, and Oawalrt wirkKu
Track Team Of for Meet.
IOWA CITY. la.. Mav :4 (Hnerlal T.I..
gram.) Iowa s track team. twenty-six
strong, will leave for Des Moines tomorrow
noon, accompanied by the base ball team
ana ine roaches. On Saturday morning the
lT wl ngni ror tne slate champion
ship with Ames and on Saturday afternoon
the trark team will enter the state meet.
Captain Brown will not compete on account
of a dislocated knee snd Iowa's only chance
of winning hinges on the way the points
split up. The Hswkeyes seem to have
tniriy points sure, but Drake, Orinnell.
ana tne state Normal
Field Club Tennis Tournament.
The third round In the handlcen tennis
tournsment at the Field club was entirely
finished last evening before a large gallery.
The scores are as follows: Martin won
from Dr. Van Camp by default: Selwin
Doherly defeated George Rasmussen,
-t S-4; C. Potter defeated Will Wood. 3-
b-L. -3; H. C. Kohn defeated O. 8. Erwln.
6-4, 8-2. The Doherty-Rasmiissen and Potter-Wood
matches were close and hotiy
contested, while Kohn defeated O 8. Er
wln In easy style. The semi-finals' will be
played tonight and the matches are be
tween Gall Martin, who plays Selwin
Doherty, and H. Kohn, who plays C. Pot
ter. The finals will be played Saturday at
4 o'clock. Two very fine trophies have been
put up for the winners of first and second
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DOriSVILLE, Ky May 24 -Judge Evans
In the federal court today made permam-nt
the injunctions ssked for by the Douglas
Park Jockey club to rest rs In the Kentucky
Kaclng commission from interfering with
the proposed meeting of the Douglas Park
club. Judge Evans says there was no real
or legsl reason for tne commission refusing
the Dougias Park club H.aies anu that
such action is in violation of the four
teenth amendment to the constitution.
English f un Defender selected.
laONDON, May 24. The English Lawn
Tennis association todav selected tfirt
Doherty brothers. 8. H. Smith snd A. W.
Gore to oppose the American team In the
games for the Dav e cud.
Washington tried four pitchers sgalnat
Bt. laouis Wednesday and still the Browns
got twelve bits snd ten runs.
That same report which shows 8tone
making three hits sajs the features of
the game were his, Stahl s and Nile'
Although the Boston Nationals got eight
hits off Lrlfleldl formerly with lies Moines
snd he passed four the Beaneaters were
Jarrott. 81oux City's crack, with Baker,
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