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- ' TIIE OMAIIA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, JUNK 9, .1IHHT.
5 TARES TO BALLOON
j Lincoln Hits Him for Twelve Rani in
jj Sixth, EeTtnth and Eiebtb.
i AU 111 i I n m r-v . 11 untiM s 1 A ft
f; urnwin lul AMtK rtAViNta Din llau
I ": fcylee Meanle IJown After the Fifth
' ' ana tnta III Hnodn to Working-
Overtime and th Trick
5 LINCOLN, June . With th score to
0 In favor of Omaha. Lincoln found Dodg
v In th sixth, won tha gam In the sev-
enth and equalled Omaha's former lead In
f the eighth. Tha gain was a veritable
; slugging match, with honors clearly In
Omaha's favor until the sixth. Dodge
holding tho locals, to three singles until
In the lust three innings Lin- 1
: coin gathered In fourteen Mm. while Eyhr
i recovered his tffectiveness after a tem
t porary slump In the fifth and held the
vlHltora safe during the remainder of the
I game. Both reams played ragged ball In
ths field, but the hot finish rendered the
contest one of the most exciting seen on
:( the local grounds this year.
AB. R. It. PO. A. E.
4 0 I 4 6 0
6 0 1 0 0 0
3 2 110 0
...... 4 2 S 1 0 1
i 3 2 h 1
4 3 .1 2 2
I'M t 4 1 0
4 2 2 1 t
6 U 2 1 2 1
38 12 17 27 11 4
AB. R. H. PO. A. K.
3 l 2 S 0 1
4 0 0 6 U 0
5 1-1 2 (I 0
4 1 1 0 l 0
...... 4 ft 2 8 3
4 1113 1
4 13 0 6 0
4 1 1 4 2 0
4 1 0 ti (I t
1.0 0 0 0 0
37. 11 24 U 2
, , T'illmsn, ss,....
"' Holmes, If
. "i qiilllln, 3b
i Ketcheni, cf
. ; Thomas, lb
i 5 Collins, rf
J Burton, Zb
f l inran, c
J Lylcr, ,n
I. m i K. 2b
Kay, If -rf .
I toward, hs..
ItiiUorl for Long In the ninth.
Lincoln '......( 0 0 0 0 4 4 4 '-'12
Omaha 0 1 0 0 5 0 0 0 08
!f Three. base hits: Collins, Dolan. Two-
I ' hiisn hits: Ketcliem, y.lnran (2), Thomas,
Ounding, Welch. Sacrifice hits: Ketchein.
ti Hwrton, inran. Stolen bases: Flllman,
I J Kyler, Bendr, Howard. Double playa:
I ; Thoiins to Killnian to Barton; Flllman to
' j I'lirton. First bsse on balls: Off Eyler, 2;
I i -.IT. Dodge, 4. Hit by pitched ball: By
Dislxe,, 2. Struck out: By Kyler, ; by
!.': Xdxe.l It, Time: L&g. Umpire: Fuller.
' Allviidance: 2,on.
, ': . ; Pitchers' Battle at Denver,
' ; DENVER. June g. Denver defeated Dcs
Mctlnes hers 4 to 2 In a. pitchers' battle.be
! tween the left-handers, Wright and
Mnnske. The locals wort on Magoon's ei
j ror on Belden's driving hit, letting In two
' i runs, and successive three-baggers by T.
Hinlth and whisky, which were chiefly re
. sponsible for tie winning runs. Kverett
t whs benched for talking on the coaching
line, while the Champions talked aa they
pleased. Doyle even threatening to meet
IiiinIs outside, and got away with the bluff.
McHale. cf ...
- T. Smith, lb.,
i Randall, rf...
: rHlusky, lb.,
i Iti cldlck. 3b...
' Ilelden, If.....
i J. Suiltli. ss..
j WciKrdt. c.
, Wright. P
.5 Caffyn. If.
it O'Lcary, 3b..,.
i Welday, cf ,
I Dexter, lb
j Towue, c
! Ilogilever, rf..
i Andreas, ss
' Manuke, p
Totals Xl 4 8 28
Welday out, hit by batted ball.
Denver 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 4
Des Moines 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 02
Two-base hit: Ilogrlever. Theee-base hits:
T. Hinlth. Kalusky. Home run: Caffyn.
Wlolen bases: Belden, Andreas. Bases on
balls: OfT Wright. 3; off Manske, 2. Struck
out: By Wright, 7; by Manske. S. ' Double
plays: T. Smith to J. Smith to Zalusky;
Welday to Dexter. First base on errors:
Denver. 2; Des Moines, I. IWt on basest
Ih-nver, 6: Des Moines, 6. Time: 2:05. I'm
plro: Davis. Attendances 600.
Bnltlna; Ave mate Fnttened.
1M ERLO, Colo., June 8. In a batting
bei., -bioux City today won from tlie In
dians, 1 to 17. Two pitchers were used
by the Packers, while four were sent to the
amb hy the locals. With the score 10 to
In favor of the Indians In the ninth and
two outs. Elwert let a fast grounder get
through him at third and before the In
dians settled down nine runa had been
sent across the plate. Tha first two In
dians up In the ninth were put out. There
after everybody hit the ball. Seven runa
were niado before tho end. Score:
i HIOUX . CITY.
AB. A. H. PO. A. E.
i.'auipDeii, ir o
Nobut, cf t
Meyers, lb . 5
Tute, rf 6
Newton, ss 6
Hheehau, 3b .6
Hess, c ....
Jarrou, p ..
20 27 16
Cook. If 6 3
; McOitvray, lb 2
Huugart, 2b ., t 2
H. PO. A.
3 4 0
Mi'ii iioir. rf 6
Blake, cf 6
; F.lwt-rt, 3b 4
Ftske, ss 4
Shranl, o 6
Vollendnrf, p .2
i Faurot, p 1
Morrison, p 1
Atlmmel, p 0
; Minor 1
IV 27 13
Butted for Stimmel In ninth.
Sioux City 8 2 2 1 0 0 8 1 1S
Pueblo 4 3 0 0 3 0 0 0 717
Sacrifice hits: Fiske. Tate, Two-base
, ' hits: Sheehan, Hess, .Newton, Nohlitt,
, ,; Weed. Bhugart. Three-base hits: Jackson,
: Melchlor. Ctiok , Tate i). Home runs:
t i t ainpbell 121. M (illvrsy. First base on
2 ; balls: Off Jackson. 2; off Jarrott. 2; off
' 4 Faurot. 2. Struck out: By Jackson, 1;
by Jarrott, 1. Wild pitches: By Jackson
I. Hit by pitched ball: By Jarrott. I: by
Morrison, 1. Double plays: Shugart to
McOilvray, Bhugart to Fiske to Mcoilvray,
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VLfllll tha fil,t ,ta8T th common
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EIIm I.Ma. tn" Remedy. It
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iLiaiifcO MuuciNg Co.,les Moines, la.
Jarrott to Weed lo Meyers Ieft ctn bas:
Pueblo, 7; Blous City. . Time: 1.10 lm
plr: Keefe. Attendance, 1.2U0.
tannins; ml the Teams.
Played. Won. Lost
Des Moines 34 SI
Omaha 14 I
Nioux City 3S 19
IJncoln 3h 18
Oames today: Omaha at Ilnroln, les
Moines at Pueblo, Sioux City at Denver.
OAMKI IX AMKR1CA ASSOCIATION!
Flatht Between Managers F.nllvens
I.oalarllle-'st. Panl Contest.
LOI IRVILLE, Ky.. June s.-A vicious
frstlo encounter, which terminated In the
arrest of President Ueorge Tebeau of the
liOtilsville club, and Manager Dick Pa.lrlen
of fho St. Paul team enlivened the. game
this afternoon. The trouble iorlginated
over a decision by Pitcher Kenna of
Louisville, who, with Drill of the St. Paul
club, was umpiring the game In the
absence of I'mplre Owen, the latter hav
ing been Injured by a batted ball yester
day. Kenna s decision on a balk was
followed by an exchange of blows with
Pudden. Police at first arrested Kenna.
fwnereupon I'resineni leoeau inierierea,
declaring tnat Kenna snouiu noi oe ar
rested. The officers then arrested Tebeau
on the charge of Interfering with an
officer and Padden on Na charge of dis
orderly conduct. Both gave bond. Kennu
was released, Padden having struck the
first blow. The game ,was a slugging
match In which Louisville had all the best
of It. When Umpire Owen resumed his
place later In the game he had Padden
and Wheeler removed from the grounds
In the eight Inning for 'ticking. Score:
LOCISVILLE. ST. PAl'L.
B.H O A S. B.H.O.A.E.
Karvln. rf... I I t Oder. If-tb-as i II)
gtovall, cf... I
IrinhMr lb a
Sullivan, lb. 4
Wneriruff. If.. I
Shaw, c 4
1114 Susdso, lb... I
lit VnZant, cf-ib I
14 Frlah. rf 4
4 1b ORrkf'ld, aa-lb I
lilt Paddan, lb... 1
Qiilnlan, as... 4 1 I D Drill I
ftionrr. lb I 1J7 1 Wheslar, lb.. I
Pultsiann, p. 4 I 1 7 Morgan, cf... 1
Hlrrcs, c 4
Total! 41 II 17 20 1 I'nr. P 1
eiile, p I
Tola I a K Drill 4
Louisville 20202026 317
St. Paul 0 3 0 4 0 0 0 0 07
Two-bsse hits: Shaw. Three-base hits:
Ptittmann, Wheeler, Cleler. Home run:
Woodruff. Stolen bases: Stovall, (2);
Brashear, (2); Kerwln, Sullivan, Woodruff.
Sacrnce hits: Qulnlan, Wheeler, Puttmann,
Rockenfleld. Buses on balls: Oft Putt
mann, 2; off Coy,. 3; off Slagle, 3. Struck
out: By Plitmann, 1; by Stage. 3. Hit by
pitched ball: Frisk. Drill, Rockenfleld.
Wild pitch: Puttmann, i. Balks: Slasle,
2. Hits: Off Coy, 3 In two and one-third
innings; off Slagle, 16 In six and two-third
innings. Double plays: Qulnlan, Brashear
and Stoner; Slagle, Drill and Sugden;
Rockenfleld. Oeler and Sugden. Left on
bases: Ixmlsvllle. 6; St Paul. 8. Time:
2:S. ' Umpires: Kenna, Drill and Owen.
Toledo Rallies In Seventh.
TOLEDO, O., June 8. Toledo took the
last with Kansas City by a batting rally
In the seventh. Kansas City poundad Cam.
nits hard In the first and Toledo took ad
vantage of Williams' wlldness. Score:
TOLEDO KANSAS CITY.
B.H.O.A.E. ' B.H.O.A.E.
Nana. rf 1 1 0. u Parrlne, M...4 3 I 4 U
J. (-larks. If. 4 1 I 0 Caaaadr, If . .. I 1 4 0 0
Pemont. aa..4 III 1 Waldron, rf..l 1 1 0
Judr. rf I 1 I 0 0 Slatterr. lb... 4 1 11 0 0
Krurarr, lb.. 4 110 0 Hill, cf 4 110 0
Knaha, lb.... 1 0 14 0 Phyla, 2b.... 4 1 4 1
W. f'larka. lb 4 0 I 0 0 Burke, 3b.... 4 I I 1 1
Abbott, C....I 114 Olahr. c 4 till
Camnlrt, p.. 1 0 I Williams, p.. 0 0 0 0 0
Kranu, p 4 I 0 0
Totals M I 77 14 t
Tela la 34 II 24 II I
Toledo 30 0 00080 6
Kansas City 40000100 06
Two-base hits: Perrlne, Blattery, Phylc.
Sacrifice hits: Cassady, (2. Stolen bases:
Blattery, Hill, Burke. Struck out: By
Frants, 1; by Camnlti. 6. Hits: Off Frants,
5 In seven and two-third Innings. Bases
on balls: Off Williams, 1; off Frsntz, 1; off
Camltz, 4. Hit by pitches: Jude, Knabe,
Abbott. , Umpires: Sullivan and Haskell.
Hooslers Bonrh Hits.
INDIANAPOLIS, June 8.-lndianapolis
bunched hits In the , seventh and eight
innings and defeated Minneapolis 11 to !
today. ' Errors by the, viellois contributed
to tne result. Score;
. INDIANAPOLIS. MINNEAPOLIS
B H.O A b ll 11 O A K.
1101 fistlr cf ... 42101
J. Carr, aa... 1
Hlmra. cf 4
r, law, lb.. 4
I t. -hr.i.s. r(.. I 0 2 v
1 I. an. Ih I ! It 0 1
I ;i. Mm., r. Jbi I I I I
Hf .ihxm. it... t I 1 0
0 O. li r. aa I 0 2 4 1
II rhai ron, c. 4 1 4 0
0 Km, 2b 4 1 t 4 0
1 Kllroy p..'... I 1 1 I 1
- Catlwal'dar. p 1 0 0
Perry, If I
Kahne. c ft
Atharton. 3b. 4
Mamni. lb. .. I
Hart, p 4
Total! 31 I 27 li & . i
Totala 37 11 24 11 4
InrilHimiKilis 00010046 11
Minneapolis 2 0 1 0 2 0 0 1 38
Hits: Off Kllroy, 7 In seven and one third
Innings; off Cadwallader, 1 In two-third
innings. Bases on balls: Off Hart, 3; off
Kllroy, 3; off Cadwallader, 2, Struck out:
By Hart, 4; by Kllroy, 2; by Cadwallder, 1.
Wild pitches: Cadwallder. Hart. Two-
base hit: C. Carr. Three-base hit: Graham.
Sacrifice hits: Gehrlng, 3. Btolen base:
Marian. Passed ball: Kahoe, 2. Left on
bases: Indianapolis, 8; Minneapolis, 7. Um
pire: Egan. Time: 2:20.
Bine Throws Game Awar.
COLUMBUS, O., Juno 8. Milwaukee was
presented with both its runs and the game
today by Blue's bad throw and Hulswilt'a
fumble. Klhm's hit and steal ahead of
Hulswitt'a single, saved the champions
from a shut-out. Score:
VMILWAl'KKE. COLL'MBl'S. '
goblnaon, s.l 1 I I I Ptrbaring, ef . 4 1 0 0
Ornn, rf Ill
Clark, lb 4 1
0 Wrlly, lb.. 4111
0 OHIn.hman, rf 4 0 1 1
1 OKIhm. lb t I 11 0 it
0 ICoultar, If... 10 40
0 Krll. lb I I I
Hulawltt, so . I 1 1 I
Batsman, lb.. I 1 . 1
Hemphill, cf. I 1 I
Betllla, c... 14
MrChaanay, If 4 T
McCorm'k. lb I 1 I
I rllua. o I 1 4 J
Dsuf bsrtjr, p. 4 1 1 HotwrUllls, p I 1
Totals U t 17 I Totals 4 37 11 4
Milwaukee 10010000 02
Columbus 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 01
Stolen bases: Klhm, Robinson, Bate
man, Hemphill. Bacrince hits: Hemphill,
Revllle. Base on balls: On Robertallle, 6.
Double plays: Frlel, Wrigley to Klhm;
MeCormlck, RoWnson to Bateman. Struck
out: By Robertallle, 2; Duugherty, &
Time: 1:30. Umpire: Kane.
Standing; of the Tennis.
Played. Won. Lost.
Toledo 45 27 18
Columbus M 28 23
Milwaukee 42 23 19
47 5 22 .632
St. Paul ....
..47 24 23 .611
.. 4ti 23 23 .5K)
.. 46 ,1'J iti .4!
.. 47 16 31 .341
Milwaukee at Toledo.
Kansas City at Columbus, St. Paul at
Indianapolis, Minneapolis at Louisville.
Beatrice Wins In Ninth.
BKATR1CK. Neb.. June 8. (Special
Telegram.) The Beatrice and Blue
Springs High school ball teams played a
last game her this afternoon, the home
team winning by a score of 3 to 3. Mortes,
the Blue Springs ' twlrler, had tho
Beatrice players at his mercy until th
nintn inning, wnen tney landed on bini
tor three runs and won the game. The
features of the game were the baTtina o
Hampeel and Shackleton for Beatrice and
the all-round playing of both teams. Score
f inning: K. H.
Blue Springs.. 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 ti i
Beatrice 00000000 31 8 1
.Batteries: Mertes and Rice for Hluo
Springs; rihacklcton. Miller aird Tsrhune
. I. P. Hhops nnd 1'nrpcntnrs.
The Union Pacific store nine will play
tho Carpenter Paper company ball team
at 8:30 p. m. on the Creighton diamond
wttn tne ronowing lineup:
l . r. Btore.
C. P. Co
. .C. Smith
Leal hcrby . ,
McNally, . . .
. . . . Davis
. . Kopyna
. .. Wilcox
Games In Tbree-I Lessas,
At Dubuque Cedar Rapids, 3; Dubu
- At Davenport Davenport, 7; Rock Is
At Springfield Sprlngfleld-Peoria game
posipontu, rain. -
At Blooming ton Bloomington-Decatur
game postponed; rain.
Ions l.rassa Hesalts.
MARSHALLTOWN. Is , June .8. (Sps
cial Telegram.) Following are the re
suits in the lows league:
Boone, 13; Ottumwa, 13.
Burlington, 11, Fort Dodge, 2.
Ofckaloosa, i; Waterloo, 4 (fifteen innings )
I.eslaston laes Anether.
LKX1NQTON. Neb.. June 8 (Special
iririii.p a second game was played
here this afternoon between the UranJ
island ana Uesuigton base ball teams.
I 1 ne score stood. Urand island, I. Le
I ingion, 1. .
NEW YORK DEFEATS CII1CAC0
Gotham Nationals Wit Last Game of 8riet
from the Cnbt,
CHAMPIONS BUNCH THLIR HITS
Both Pttrhera Are In Fine For an. ksl
Visitors Are I liable to Hit
tho Ball nl Opportune
NEW TORK, June I The New Tork
Nationals redeemed themselves In part by
winning from the Chicago team, 7 to 1.
B.H.U A K.
Hr..nahaa, et I I Mia), cf I
Browns, rf...l 1 I 0 she. kar. It.. I
McGann, lb.. I I I
Mrrtte, If.... I I 0
Iiahlan, aa... 4 1 I
llrTlln. lb.... 4 1
Ollhort, lb... 4 11
t Srhulte, rf.. 4
0 orhanr. lb... 4
1 Stclnfeldt. lb. 4
I 0 Evan,
4 0 Kllnf.
Bowarman, c 4 i
Wlltac, p 4 0 0
Totala II 7 27 11 Total! 11 7 14 I I
New York 2 0 1 0 0 2 2 0 7
(Chicago 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0-3
Left on buses: Chicago, 3; New York, o.
First base on llls: Off Wlltse, 1: off
Brown. 4. Struck out: By Wlltse, 7; by
Brown, 2. Home run: Steinfeldt. Three
base hit: Evers. Two-base lilts: McOann,
Devlin, Sheckard. Sacrifice hit: Sheckard.
Stolen bases: Brown, Dahlen. Double
Klay: Schulte to Tinker. Hit by pitched
all: By Brown, 1. Passed balls: Bower
man. Kllng. Umpires: Emslie and O'Day.
Pittsburg; Wins Swatfest.
B08TON, June 8. Pittsburg won a free
hitting game today by a score of 10 to 4,
making Boston's nineteenth successive de
feat. Every man who went to bat for
either team hit safely, but clever fielding
reduced the run total. Score:
Rtaumont, cf, I
Ganlay, rf.... 4
1 3 0 0 (lood. If....
14 0 Tanncjr, lb.
110 0 Brain, Kb..'.
111 V Bates, cf...
17 0 llo.ard, Sb
1 ; i 1 Dolan, rf . . .
Ill 0 .Irown, c...
17 OEtrobcl, aa.
11 FfrfIer, p..
111 1 t
1 3 1
I t 1
4 1 0
. TOU1S 117 11
Totals...... 41 11 17 li i
Pittsburg 5 3 1 3 0 0 0 0 0-10
Boston 0 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 0-4
Two-base hits: Brown, Tenney, Strobel,
Beaumont, Wagner, Rltchey. Three-base
hit: Beaumont. Home run: Bates. Sac
rifice hits: Wagnnr, Clarke. Double play:
Strcbel to Tenney; Brown to Tenney.
Hits: Off PfVfTer. 7 In two Innings; off
Wlthrup, 12 In seven luntngs. First base
on balls: Off PfefTer. 2. Struck out: By
Wlthrup, 2; by Phillippe, 3. Time: 1:42.
Umpires: Conway and Carpenter.
C incinnati Wins In Eleventh.
PHILADELPHIA, June 8. Cincinnati
today took another eleven-Inning game
from Philadelphia. The winning run was
scored on good hitting. Duggleby and
Kwlng pitched good ball. Score:
B.H. O.A.I. B.H.O.A.E.
Hunglna, lb. 4 1 0 1 OThomae, ft... 6 110 0
Barry, lb.... I 01 0 Oleaaon, 2b... 3 I ft 0
Kellay, If . . .. 4 0 1 0 0 Courtney, lb. 4 111 1 0
Kaymour, cf.. 4 110 (Miim, If.... 4 0 110
Drlahanty. 3b I 0 I 0 Tltua, rf 4 I 1 0
Lobert. lb.... 0 01 OSentelle, lb.. I 1 0
Con-oran, aa.. 4 1 3 U 0 Doolln. aa.... 4 170
Pdwell, rlv... I 1 I tnootn. c 4 0 ft 1 0
Srhlfl, c 4 111 1 1 Pugsleby, p.. I 0 0 a o
F.wlng . p 4 0 I I Luah 1 0 0
Totala 31 1.13 13 1 Totala $ I'M 24 0
Batted for Duggleby in eleventh.
Corcoran out; hit by batted ball.
Cincinnati 0000001000 1 3
Philadelphia 1 000000000 0 1
Ift on bases: Cincinnati, 1; Philadel
phia, 3. Stolen bases: Titus, Doolln. Ha--
rince mis: liii-UHmi. enlelle, Odwell.
I inutile pluys: Sentelle, Uleason and
Courtney; Mchlel and Barry; Duggleby,
(tlciison and Courtney. (Struck out: Bv
Duggleby. 3; by Lwlng, i. First base on
nulla: Off Duggleby, 2. Passed bull:
iSchlcl. Time: 2:00. Umpire: Klem
Brooklyn Runrhes lilts.
BROOKLYN, N. Y.. June .-The locals
defeated th St. lxuia Nationals today
a to 3, winning three out of the four games
of the series. The visitors looked to have
a safe lead, but a batting rally In the
sixth Inning won out for Brooklyn. Score
BROOKLYN. ST. LOUIS.
rajwy, lb.... 4 1 4 4 3 Brnnatt, lb.. 1 0 I I i
Batrh. If 4
Lumley, rf... 4
1 4 0 Shannon, If.. 4 1 0 0 1
lit, ORmoot. cf 4 4
1 1 0 Berkley, lb.. 4 10 0 0
Jordan, lb.,.. 4
Maloney, cf.. 4
Bitter, e 4
S 1 U 0 Arndt, lb.... 4 1 1 1 1
111 OHoalak'tr, rf. 4 1 1 0 ti
111 1 Grady. I 1 T 3 0
Alpsrraan. 3b. 4
lwla, aa. ... I
0 14 0 MrBrida, aa.. 4 i 1
paaon, p...., I
10 Druhot, p ... 4 1 3 0
Totals 14 11 17 11 I Totals II I M 11
Brooklyn 1 0000400
8t. Louis 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0-a
Two-baso hits: Arndt. Casey, Maloney.
Snerlfloe hits: Shannon, Snioot. Stolen
bases: Rltter (2), Alperman. Double
plays: Bennett to Arndt; Casey to Jor
dan. Lett on bases: St. Louis. 8; Brook
lyn, 7. Bases on balls: OR F.ason, 4; off
Druliot. l. Hit oy pitcner: Hy Kason, 2.
Struck out: By Kason, 2; by Druhot, 6,
Time: 1:60. Umpire: Johnstone.
Standing; of the Teams.
Played. Won. Lost.
New lorlc .
St. Loula ....
Oames today: Pittsburg at Philadelphia
Cincinnati at New York. . Chicago at
Brooklyn, .St. Louis at Boston.
GAMES IX THE AMERICAN LEAGUE
Nevr York Bunches Hits nnd Easily
CHICAGO, June 8. New York bunched
hits today and easily aereated Chicago,
to 2. In an attempt to catch White's wll
throw In the first Inning, Sullivan was In
jured In a collision with Chase, who
NBW TORK. CHICAGO.
Kaelar, rf....f 4 1 0 Harm. If 4 It
(onror, as... 4 111 1 Jonaa. cf I 110
Chaas, 1 lb. ... I I II li Ixvla, aa 4 I
Lanorta. lb.. 4 I 0 laoall. lb 4 1 I 4
Williama, lb. 4 111 Donohua. lb. 4 I 11 I
Dtlahanty, if. I I 1 OO'Nall, rt 41
Hoffman, cf.. 4 1 0 Sullivan, ... t 0
Klamow, C...4 1 1 Hart, a I 1
Chesbro, p...4 I Tannahlll, lb I 1 I
Whits, p 000
Totala I 1 17 11 1 Walah, p 1.011
Flans, p 1
ToUla II 17 IS
Batted for Walsh In eighth.
New York 3 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1
Chicago 2 0000000 0-
Iiefuon bases: Chicago, 8; New York, 8.
Two-base hits; Jones, Hoffman, Donohue,
sacrince nits: tonroy, Ueiehanty. Stole
bases: Keeler. Isbell. Double play: Hurt
to Tannehlll. Struck out: By Walsh, 6; by
(.nesoro, i. t assert ball: Hart. Bases o
balls: Off Walsh. 2; off Flene, 1; off Ches
bro. 1. Wild pitch: Walsh. Hits: Off White,
8 In one-tnird Inning; oft Walsh, i in seven
and two-tnirds innings; orr Ftene, 3 In one
Inning. Time: 1:47. Umpire: Sheridan.
Cleveland Easy tor Washington.
CLEVELAND, O. Juns 8. Hess was in
effective, while Hughe was Just the re
verse in spite of poor support. As a re
suit Washington won easily. Mansge
Siahl or Washington has been suspeudei
three days for unbecoming language : to
the umpire at Detroit. Score:
WASHINGTON. CLEVELAND. '
Schlafly. lb . 4 111 Flick, rf I I 1
Anneraoa, If., ft I I bar, cf ,4 I I 0
Cross. 3b I I 1 1 Turiar, aa I 1 ft
Htrkmaa. lb. ft 1 I I Lajola. lb.... I 1
111 RauuM, lb. 4
II Ja.'k.on. If. . 4
114 Bra.dlay, lb.. 4
.141 1 Clark. .... I
.411 Haaa. p I
Totsls N II 17 1
Totals U U 17 U
Batted for Hes in ninth.
Washington 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 1 1 S
Cleveland 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 14
Two-base hits: Lajole, Benils, Cross.
Stanley, Bay. Thres-base hit: Clarke.
Home run: Hickman, ttacrtflce hit: Bay.
Stolen bases: Jackson iit, Bradley, Jones
(-'). Schlany (2i, Cross, Stanley. Bases on
bulls: Off Hess, 4; off Hughes. 1. Hit by
pitcher: Altlser. Left on bases: Cleve
land, t; Washington, 8. Struck out: By
Hess, 4; by Hughes, 3. Time: 1:66. Um
Detroit Win In Slsth.
DETROIT, Mich., Jun 8 Detroit
bum-had hit with two costly error in th
sixth and scored enough runs to win.
Boston scored two runs in tix, eighth, but
reversion when lb gams was called on
account of darkness and rain loat these.
B.H OAK R HOAR
Jones, rf I
Euhaaka. lb. . I
Crawford, lb. I
Mvintyra. If. I
Cobb, rf I
Couahlln. lb. I
O' I.wary, a . .
Schmidt, e... I
Mullln, p I
I I 0 t Parent, aa 4 I 1 1 t
0 I Stahl. rf 4 I I 0
1 1 SSrlbarh. If... I 1
II IDIaie. lb 4 I I 1
141 Orlmnhaw, 1b I 1 'I j
1110 Freeman,- rf.. I S 1 I S
til rerrta. 5b ... 4 I I 1
110 4 Petemnn. e... 4 1 4
111 tnineen, ....! t 1
Totala II U 11 Totals II I It I I
IVtrolt t 0 0 0 0 4 04
Boston I 0 0 0 0 1 02
Two-base nit: Stahl. Sacrifice lilts:
Jons, Cobb. Stolen bases: Crawford,
Cobb. Buses on balls: Off Mullln, 5. Left
on bases: Detroit, 3; ' Boston. 13. Struck
out. By Mullln, 2: by Dlneen, 2. Wild
Tltch: Mullln Time: l:oO. I'mplres:
Connor and Hurst.
At St. Louis St. Louls-Phlladelphla game
Standing of the Teams.
PUyed. Won. Lost
t. Ixuls ..
Osmes todav: Washington at Cleveland,
Philadelphia at St. Louis. New York at
lilcago, Boston at ueirou.
Game nt Field C'lnb.
The Field club base ball team will have
for opponents on the Field club grounds
his afternoon tne t nion racinc snop
earn. Play win begin at 3 o ciock an-i
lie teams will line up as follows:
.. .. Bradford
. . . . Deshley
. . . . B. Casev
. . Catch....
. .Seco .id. . .
..Thlnl. . . .
. . Shor1:. . . .
. . Center. . .
, . Pitch. . . .
Pitch. . . .
Abbott . .
Kearney Loses at Hastings.
HASTINGS. Neb.. June . (Special Tele
gram.) Hastings won from Kearney this
afternoon in an evenly contested Dnse Dan
game. Score: R. H. E.
Hastings 0 001 0120 0-4 10 4
Kearney 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 02 ft 1
Batteries Ruegge and Poteet; Welsbros
EVEVrg 0 THE HtNSI'VG TRACKS
Toots Moo It Wins the May XtaU.es at
NEW YORK. June 8. Toots Mook, the
11 to 6 favorite, easily won the May
takes. selling. at Oravesend tooay.
Brother Frank was the early pacemaker.
In the stretch the favorite took command
and won by one and one-half lengths. By
an order of the stewards Jockey Radke
was suspended for the remainder of the
meeting and fined 2iK) for Incorrigible be
havior at the post and rough riding. Sum
maries: First race, about six furlongs: Diamond
won, Keator second Emergency third.
Second race, five furlongs: Okenlte won,
Kllllcrankle second, Clare Russell third.
Third race, mile and a sixteenth: Ac
countant won, Loglstilla second, Tradition
third. Time: 1:46. '
Fourth race, the May stakes, selling.
about six furlongs: Toots Mook won.
Water Talk second, Arkllrta third, lime;
Fifth race, five and a half furlongs: Mex
ican Silver won, Judge Post second, Kilter
third. Time: 1:08,.
Sixth race, mile and seventy vards:
Moonshine won, King Henry second, RoVal
Scepter third. Time: 1:46.
Seventh race, about six furlongs: arl-
etles won. Hot Toddy second, Melbourne
Homlnee third. Time: 1:10.
BUFFALO, June 8. Results:
First race, six furlongs: Edict won.
Tickle second, Oreen Room third. Time:
Second race, six furlongs: Lories te won.
Bonnie Reg second, The Borglan third.
Third race, mllo and forty yards: Duke
of Kendal won, Setauket second, Neva
Welch third. Time: D47H-
Fourth race, four and a half furlonas:
Wing Ring won. Sweet Kitty second.
BHthtnarla third. Time: 0:67.
Filth race, mllo and forty yards: Em
barrassment won, Miss Rlltle second.
Miss Hawley third. Time: l:46fc.
Sixth race, mHc: T. 8. Martin won. Cad-
lehon second, Andrew Mack third. Time:
Cincinnati, June 8. Result at La-
First race, six furlongs: Minnehaha won.
Plnaud second, Ferroniere third. Time:
Second race. live furlongs: Overlando
won, Billy Vertrecs second, Fullman third.
Time: 1:02ft. ,
Third race, mile: Handy Bill won. Sharn
Boy. second, Bell the Cat third. Time:
Fourth race, mile: Outwal won. Olifaln
second, Erin Lee third. Time: 1:41.
Fifth race, four and a half furlongs:
Poster Girl won. ' Miss Bertha second.
Edith M. third. Time: 0:56.
Sixth racp, mile: Tom Roberts won.
Topsy. Robinson second, Josle's Jewel
third. Time:, 112.
nrny Bttll Undefeated.
ATLANTIC. la., June 8.-(8ne clal.) The
Atlantic Grays continued their long string
of victories this year by defeating the Blues
from !wls by a score of 14 to 4. The Gravs
have not been beaten this year and will play
the Hopkins Bros, team from Dcs Mnlnej
here bunday and Monday. Score: R.H.E
Atlantic 1 6 0 2 8 2 0 0 14 14 6
Lewis 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 1 04 8 10
Bstterles: Bircher and Franklin. Fhillins
Mnher Ride Winner.
MANCHESTER. England. June 8.
Maher, the American Jockey, today placed
another classic rare to his already large
orcoii, winning tne juancnesier cup on
Bachelor's Button In a field of fourteen.
Best Light was second and the Whit
Knight third. Maher also won the Beau
fort handlsap on Kearsarge.
NEWPORT, England, June 8. In the
doubles in the International tournament
today for the Dwtght F. Davis challenge
cup Holoonib Ward and Ravmond D.
Lytle, Americana, beat A. F. Wilding, New
Zealand ana ixs i'uicievin, Australia, 7-6,
g port In a; Brevities.
The Floats defeated the Red Rivers by
a score oi is to J i.
St. Louis seems to be playing Hnelskoet-
ter reguiariy instead oi sending mm ti
Amateurs will hold the diamonds Satur.
day, an the Omaha ' team Is at Lincoln
The reports Indicate that Wee Willie
Everltt has doffed that pretty brown
Old Jack Pfelster was not content to
smother New York he had to get a pair
OI mis lor nttnseii.
Pfelster Is king! Vive la Pfelster! A
laurel to your wisdom. Oh Sapient and
For a wonder Stone went to bat six
times In the game Thursday without a
hit. ' Ha some one been handing him a
The American association must have a
weak lot of pitchers, as the hit column
of these teams from day to day bear
In the opinion of the majority of real
fans the ball Is better In the Western
leaa-us with all the new material than In
the American Association with all the
Schlpke Is out of the game for quit a
time and his sub seems to be making an
error or so every day, but this does st
seem to stop the onward march of the
pugnacious v hamplons.
Chance displayed his capacity for man
aging a great team when lie took Pfelster
out In the seventh Inning after he had
hopelessly defeated New l'ork and saved
me pig teiiuw run tier useless exertion
The Omaha Electric Light and Power
company has organized a base ball team
and would like to hear from any amateur
teams in town for Saturday afternoon
games. , Address K. Morearty, car Omaha
Electric Light company, or 'phone Doug
las 1002 or Douglas t)6J. .
it must make 1'omlskey sick to see the
gait ins oti.er i nicago team is g i g.
But what can he do? His team has teen
materially strengthened by ths reappear
anes of Davis and the acquisition of
lialin. He Is destined to climb the ladder
a little himself, Judging from the recent
snowing made against the Prunes.
It must be with great pleasure that ths
Pittsburg fsns read Friday morning's ac
count oi the i tucago-New York came,
Pfelster wa not good enough for that
team, but he was good enough for Omaha
and the pries that Mr. Murphy would
now ask for the big southpaw would
stagger even isarney ureyruaa.
Th Associated Press ha a humorist In
New York. Hi report on Chicago'
laughter of the Giant says: ' Ma thaw.
sua was knocked out ef th bog in th
first Inning. McOlnnltv was hsndlerl In
the ssme msnner In the second. When
Ferguson began to plteli the visitors let
up and did not try very hard during the
remaining Inning. ' And then his score
shows that Chicago got fourteen hits off
this me Ferguson, in aversg of about
two to an Inning. What would they have
done had they tiiedT
WRECK ON ROCK" ISLAND
Many Passengers Injured When Car
Go Into the Ditch enr
DAVENPORT, la., June 8 Rock Inland
passenger No. 6, e'Stbound. was derailed
at-Jennings, Kan., today and twelve per
sons were hurt, none dangerously. The
engine nnd three cars left the rails. A
surgeon on board the train mnde It possible
for all the passengers to come on with
the train when the track was cleared.
Woodbine formal Commencement.
WOODBINE, Ia June 8.-1 Special. )-Next
week Is commencement week at the Wood
bine Normal school. On Sunday evening
Rev. Charles J. W. Triem will preach the
baccalaureate sermon at the Presbyterian
church. Monday evening at the Presby
terian church the Erothesian society will
render a program. The alumni banquet
will be held Wednesday evening at tjte
Christian church und on Thursday evening
the commencement exercises will be held
at the same place, at which time President
A. B. Storms of the Iowa Agricultural col
lege will deliver the address.
Womnn Drops Dead.
UNDERWOOD, la., June 8. (Special. )
Mrs. Lars Peterson of this place dropped
dead at her home about 8 o'clock last even
ing. Mr. Peterson had driven Into town to
look after some business. While still in
town one of his sons came running In and
said that his mother had fallen down and
wouldn't move. Mr. Peterson called a
doctor and hurried home, but, they found
Mrs. Peterson dead when they reached the
house. Mrs. Peterson had seemed per
fectly well during the day. ' Interment will
occur Saturday morning In the Underwood
Found Dead in Vacant Room.
FORT DODGE, la., Jun 8. (Special Tel
egram.) Fred Mullen,- son of John Mullen,
a former Illinois Central passenger engi
neer between Fort Dodge and Omaha, died
In a vacant room behind Rank's shoe store
this afternoon. Young, Mullen, while In
toxicated, entered the store and asked to
lay down. Four hours later the body was
discovered. Death may have been due to
suffocation, as he was partially buried In
Widow Keeps Postofllee.
ATLANTIC, la.,, June 8.-(Speclul.)-The
bondsmen of the late Postmaster J. E.
Conerd received word from the department
to appoint someone to take chargV of the
office, and they .met and appointed his
wife, Mrs. Elizabeth Conerd, who will
hold until the appointment is made. There
are six candidates for the office here and
the fight has been In progress for nearly
a year. An early appointment is ex
pected. ganrtny School Worker Adjonrn.
LOGAN, la., June 8. (Special.) The
thirty-sixth annual convention of fhe Har
rison County Sunday School association
adjourned here last night -after a very
successful session of two days. Officers
for the coming year were elected as fol-
ows: President, Rev. H. Kremers of
Logan; vice president, Harry Iawrcnc of
Magnolia; treasurer and secretary, Mrs. K.
C. Longman of Logan.
Clifford May Recover.
ATLANTIC, la., June 8. (Special.)
Conductor C. 8. Oifford, who wa so sc
rlously Injured last Sunday by being thrown
from his train by a- baggage truck too
near the track and who It was at first
thought was fatally injured, is Improving
nicely and Is now conscious. le Is thought
that he will recover.
Knrmers After Cattle Thieves.
MARSHALLTOWN, la., June 8.-(8pe-
clal.) On account of the great amount
of cattle thieving going on In this vicinity
of late the farmers have organised them
selves Into a vigilance committee for the
protection of the stock. Some bold thefts
have been msde and a number of cattle
have been stolen.
Odd Fellows F.lect.
WOODBINE, la , 'June 8. (Special.) The
Woodbine ledge of the Independent Order
of Odd Fellows have elected the following
officers: Noble grand, C. J. Shorett; vice
grand, J. L. Bonestead; secretary, Q. T.
Young; treasurer, B. R. Heflin, Jr.
Mnnnfnetnrer nt Isns City.
IOWA CITY, June 8. (Special Tele.
gram.) The Iowa Manufacturer' ssocla
tlon opened Its session her today. The
attendance i an-ell.
Alleged Horsethlef Taken.
CASPER. Wyo June 8. (Special Tele
gram.) Sheriff M. W. Potter of Red Lodge,
Mont., cam to Casper yesterday and ar
rested WllMam Lalng, alias Bud Daly.
Ijslng is charged with stealing a bunch of
horses In Montana and. It Is alleged, he
drove them Into Wy6mlng last fall and
sold them. He has been in Casper and
vicinity for several months. He was lo
cated by Sheriff Potter thirty-five miles
northeast of here, where he was shearing
sheep. Th officer stated that lining has
twice before been convicted of horse steal
ing In Montana. Lalng agreed to return to
Montana without requisition papers.
Referee lo Hear Moore Case.
PIERRE, B. D., June 8. (Special Tele
gram.) In the supreme court today the
disbarment proceedings against Judge
Joseph B. Moore of Lead came up, with
State's Attorney Parker of I-awrence
county appearing for the stats and Judge
Moore appearing for himself. The court
decided to appoint a referee to take test!
niony In ths case and Judge V. G. Rice
of th Eighth circuit was appointed for
Chlcaao te Haflals, Si. Y.
and return, via Nickel Plat road, at on
fare plus 25 cents for th round trip. Tick
ets will b sold from Chicago Jun t, It
and 11, with return limit of Jun 28. p.r
Ucular at Nickel Plat office. 11J Adam
St., room 298, Chicago, III
M. Irftnls Brnkers Knll.
BT. JXyVia, June . It was made known
today that the Schuuble-Oakes t'ommls
slot) company, stock brokers, have perma
neatly closed their offices here, nine otli.es
In Illinois towns and one at Kvansvlile
Ind. Harry Uakes. member of the firm,
stated that he could not say how much
the assets amounted to until the books
were one over, hut hs was contldent the
customers would be ' raid In f uiL
Uearees by Mbnrllen iollese.
ALTON, III., June 8 At the close of the
seventh annual commencement exercises of
BhurtlelT college yesterday the following
dt-giees were conferred: Iioctor of divinity
upon Rev. John 8. Btratton of the Becond
Bai liat church of Ciiirago. dictor of let
trs upon Mrs. Zerlu Allen Dickson of Chi
csgo university and doctor of laws upon
Wll lard A. Smith of Chi iago.
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