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JUST ONE HUNDRED TO START
Lr laata at Field Clnk Wkta Trani
, miiippi Galf Toirney Opens.
WIND PREVENTS HIGH SCORES AT FIRST
tart I Mod Before Good Slaed
6ailry, Wnleh . Seenaa
, rr(a for Tkintar.
I a. .'m, Flrft round Transmtsslsslppl
Mtaiwir rhampknhl, elgnteen holes,
The- siateen losers In thin round to torn
pet for the consolation prise.
10:8(1 a. . m.Flrst round for dlrectort'
prise,; eighteen holse, match play.
11.80 a. jn. Second round for secretary's,
prise,', eighteen holes, match play.
1 p. m. Second round Transmlsslppl
iMttur championship, eighteen holes,
match play. , .,
I , p.- m. Ftrst round for consolation
prise, eighteen holes, match play.
The, sixteen player defeated In the first
round for the championship to, compete for
the consolation prise. ,
Tfie'TiansmlssisslppI gulf tournament was
opensd at4h Omaha Field club Wednesday
morning oil schedule time with an even 1U0
starters, which breaks all records for this
association.. Ft. Louis, hsd fifty-two start
era last year and Minneapolis had ninety
two two years, ago. A high wind which
swept from, . the northwest made . high
soores Impossible and the players wee
somewhat discoursed as they finished On
first eighteen holes ' with a ' poor score,
uhttl they discovered that others were com
ing In Just as -had.
The .start' ws tnade before a good-siaed
gallery, which seamed to bother some of
tha players end made a ;"gallery hazard"
right at, the staft: The entry list was
enor'mous, bu"l many of these had simply
entered J(r the. .privilege of paying $2 to
help the association along, hut the record
breaking 11st of stsrters was' a delight to
the directors, of the asaocltttlon, as well as
to the memlievs of the Omaha Field club,
who felt a sort of responsiHIIty for tha
outcome of the meet. -,,
Thi lost players did rat- Isv0 the first ,
tee until alter I o'clocfc and long before
that tlmo Ue first players out had com
pleted the Bret eighteen holes and Were it
luncheon. The lowest score .which had
been turneJ In by I o'clock Wednesday
afternoon was E. P. Ofl tea of Minneapolis,
who msde an-85.- IV F. Morey, M. H. La
DoNicier and J, V. .McOe each mnde an 8",
which weYe the' best arores turned in by
thst lme. 'The only other, score under
0 in the first thirty to report was John
IK Csdy. .,' ' -.' . " .,
The galley watched with Interest for ihfl
return from - the circuit of the favorites
and applauded" the good! plays made around
the nlr.th, hole, which la near the club
house. . Some) players were visibly rattled
by this gsllery, while others did better,
notably A. D. 3. Johnson ot St. Paul, who
made a twenty-foot put Just to show the
gallery h could". This same Mr. Johnson
has a driver' with a handle long as a rake
handle and It had a tendency to acare his
opponent. If nothing else. . He could, not
use It with the wind back of him, as the
ball would, bo lost, ( ,; - , ,. '
JVasnber of Sarprlaea. (
Miny surprises were sprung dyrlng the
day and the crack players from some of
the. other fliiee were compelled to turn In
aome pretty poor scores. Some plnyed In
abominable tuck and got In difficulties from
which they were unable to egtricato them
aelvea. Medal' play is 'considered" a hard
game, especially, on -a ne course. . John
Meidrjws , of Lincoln- has played well in
former tournojrients and still had to be
content with a ecor'uji Zli.i E. R. Morrison
of Kansas City hagl'kfterl' been the runner
up In .toufnmenta for championship hon
or .arid hls'ax-ore -today- was 1S6.
The scbroof Sprague . Abbott was most
exi"llent ahd he' Is iobked upon by many
as the winner Jf ho ran nwlrrtain his gait.
His con-plat ' score was:
Bogey .... f 4' MM V4 4 4 $8 4 5 4 4 4-0
Abbott! toull.4 . 4 4 4 3 4 I X MUM 6-81
Abbott, dm.. 4 6AM 444134RMM 4-RO
The wind, blew a gale all day and made
good ' scores t aJmoat - out of the question,
which makes) the' lfii of Spt ague Abbott all'
the mnteVemArfeablei as he. played a con
slatint game all the way through and fin
ished Just one stroke higher than bogey.
"Bunny Gulnsnd of Des Moines, the boy
.wonder, also .made a aplendid score, fin
ishing Irf lex.' on the second round his
ball 'got a gopher hole and- he was pen
alised two strokes, which wonld have re
duced his I In the afternoon to 79. The
only pliyers who had a gallery all the
way around -.were J . . Buckingham and
At. -.KlnakMV nd the play of these two
veterans f the; gains, was watched 'with
-. niatrtbatlow af Prlaea.
S Prague -Abbott won the prlie' for the
lowest medal score. ,'"..
The tlilrtyitwo. plsyets bgvlltg tb low-,
est score. In xh qualifying round will play
off at fha-tch play for' tlie' amateur ,i-hm.
plonthtp'.. "The. playrra making, the aii-.
teet). nest low-st scores' in the qualifying
round Will' compete at' rna tell' play for the
dreotor4 prtae. . The players jnaJring. the.
Ixtaen gear lowest 'arores will compete
for the'secre.tafy's prise'.' Those tying will
play off the first thing this morning, after
which the players, win be sent off In the
order In which they were drawn, for the
championship first,. Ue for the dlrsrtore'
prist and then for tha secretary's prise.
,TV -.Country club has tha largest number
f mer 1nthe auaHfytng list with eight,
the rifld. Mnl nut with . Minneapolis i.
IK.. JUr 3, Dea. Wotnes. Rock Island and
Kansas City, each J, "Denver Hutchinson
and "Hasttpgs one' each.
i ' ' . ' '
fwsaadete gearea a limy.
Co ntlete, snore for trtr qualifying round
at medal play
Round. Hound. Total.
...... XI sa ihi i
. i iii , :
....... ss, w is; i
: K) M ln
7 - - - lt l
m m 172
94 a 172
..v.... Sg go 1.73 i
W M Vi
84 a 17J
nt MM 17i I
SI N6 17ii
...... 7 SB 17
V Kl 178
....... 86 ITS
....... i w r.
9 91 11
1 94 ltd
- ks HI
as 94 IK
...... K 1
i-.t".-.. 94 US
M 91 ' M
7 7 ihl
94 X 1K4
91 . 94 - Ut
94 kl lid
g M 1.-)
....... 97 4
9S . 4 W
K w lmi
94 i 17
...v..,nl'. . 93 .' , 1A8
97 91 ' Ud
, . 94 m
81 94 ' 19
98 97 1K
tt r la
, 94 9 " lisi
99 93 11
v 9T 94 ll
lm . B, 11
M 96 111
l'.'m... . . 97 1
..,..., . , 4 1st
94 ' 99 IM
.., 95 at lit
Sprsgue Abbott .....
B. G. Oulnand
W. !.. Heod- .; .(,.'....
r -R. Klmlal
I -e ....... ..;
A. II. 4'utia .
P. B. Talhott
C. T. Jeffray
Ardo W. Mitchell ..
J. H. Rahm
O. l. 8. Johnston ..
John 14. tUtdy.
i. I. Thomaa
M ' bonn. jr
Vf. Fairbanks .......
C F. Morey
Warren I)lrklison ..
P. r. t'avlson
f". W. Mcfartney ...
R. W. ludge
T. R. Klmlall .'.
A.- A. Met lure
W. Reynolds ......
W. I foakleyv. ...,.
Is.- H. Jobnevn-......
Ft M. Spregoe
F. t. St.wart ,
O. M. la-tatrtM
r. H. K. Uc4r4nn',
W. K. Ha lout tier ...
M. C. Sumner
J W. Thrs ......
J. N. Urwt'
ft. F, Kfaa
j. w. uia .....
f. H. UaJraan
B. I. Kemper
Charlao H tume ...
H t HawkUia
frtockUM Hetsi ....4.
W. D. Bairka-r ....
J.' B. Porter .
R H. MorrWm ..
U. C. Pera ...
A L. Reed-
W. J. f'omirtt ...
O. M Jones
J C. Ca4t
Horace jowrr ..
Albert Cahn ....
J. D. Foster ....
0. W. Bhlelrta ...
J. W. Tllleon ...
J. B. Clarke
K N. Hopkins ..
R. R. Ruseell ...
1. M. Raymond ..
A. O. Nichols ...
E. J. Neville ...
H. O. Jordan ...
L. R. Maxwell ...
C. B. Montgomery
H. T. Burton ...
J. K. Buchanan
J W. Parish ...
Oeorga Forgsn .
J. S. Meadows ..
l. V. Pholes
A. O. Hunt
R. M. Joyce ....
R. M. Peters ...
K. W. Arthur ...
H. B Morrill ...
W. H. Oarrett ..
EI K. Brando ...
J. J. Boucher ...
Ous Eperieter ...
J. A. Abbott
H. A. Perkins ..
O. W. Dunn ....
E. H. McVey ...
C. H. Hfgie. JrT
E. 1. Woodbury ,
, 4 lt
101 t n
, 102 !2
I OH llOo
v 118 -JI3
. 1 :I18
ur ' hi
114 . in
lilt . Z'."S
. M 228
. w w
Pnlrlnga far First Roaaala..
Following are the drawings for
A. W. -Mitchell. 17. vs. E: P. Gates, ITS.
A.'B. Cutis.- 1TZ vs. R. W. Hog. Jl.
O. D. Thomas. 17B, vs. C. T. Jsffray. ITS.
J. R. Lemlst, IK. vs. I. H. Johnson,' 1S8. '
R. R. Kimball. 1, t. F. K. P'ewnrt, 1M.
J. B. Rahm, 173. vs. J. P. Mages, 1W.
H. B. Benb, 17, vs. winner of tie. tt.
F. Abbott. 11. -s. F. H. 9rinigue. 14. "
Walter Fnirbsnks. 17. vs. ('. R. .tones, 14.
J. D. Cadv. 171, vs. P. H.-TtilDOtl. l
uf -f.1 'A'
A. A. Mcllure. 1W. vs. M. IaDoucI'
A. D. ft. Johnson. 173, vs. C. K
T. R. Kimball. 11. v. P. C. Ilsvlson, 1.
M. Iorsn. Jr.. 17. vk. B: O Oulnand. 154.
W. nickmson, ITS. vs. S. Reynolds 1?.
W.'I Coakley. 1J, vs. F. McCartney, 18rt.
Tho four ties at 185 for the thirty-second
place J. M. Llvlngst6n, -C. H. K. Board-
n, H. C. Biimnoy and W. E. Palmutler I
are to be played off at A:35 o'clock thja
Following are the drawings for tne dl-
rectors' prlie. the three tied above being
In .this-class and dealgnated by letters:
1MB vs. J. Jt. Qreer. N "
. J. T. Powers vs. F. H. Gaines. '
B. L. Kemper vs. Ben Paugherty.
1S5C vs. J. W. Hill.
J. W. Thomas vs. A.- C. Jones.
N. P. Recksrd vs. winner of ll tie.
A. V. Klnsler vs. R.. N. Joyce.
186A vs. W. Jlertlg.
. Ties for 191: R. E. Hawkins, W. r.
Bancker and Stockton .Hetli. t
' Drawings for secretary's prise:
Charles Bone vs. J. B. Porter,'
K. R. Morrison vs. 191 A.
H. Tawrie vs. F. J. Hoel.
K. . P. Boyer vs. K. M. Martiri.
M. C. Peters vs. HUB.
J. C. Coit vs. A. I Reed. i
Raymond. Ijow vs. Albert Oahn.
O. M. Jones vs. W. J. fomett.
Ties for 1!: Albert Cahn and J. D. Fos
ter; Foster withdraws.
The visitors 'were entertained last' even
ing at the regular Wednesday evening hop
at the Field club. The attendance was
large and the club house presented a gala
day appearance. . i
NBW MARK FOR HOMEWOOUCOIrIe
Aachterlonle Negotiates . Elgrtiteesi
Holes Rlervea strokra laJer Rnsjey.
CHICAGO, June 20. Lawrence' Auchler-
kinle, the Glenvlew professional, today
made a new mark for the Homewood golf
ourne over wiucn ine western open r.nam-1
Pionemp win oe piayeo tomorrow, negotia-1
ting tho lli holes In 71 strokes, two strokes
peri.T man siextcan cnampmn wime
Smith h record made ten days ago. Audi-
lenonies score whs mane yi a rour Dauiner.' Double plays: Beaumont
match In which he and Arthur Smith of) Wagner to Ritchey to Nealo
Columbus played against Hsrry Turple utT pitched ball: .-.by Willis. 1.
New Orlesns and Bernard Nlcholls of Ely-iWlltse. 15 In eight innlngpi off
teriomes score wap mane in a four balll
rla, O. Auchterlonie and Smith won 8 up
to play. Auchterlonle'B card' waa as fol
.- . O
Out ....4 5 4 4 5 8 5 3-38
In ..3 5 4 4 2 8 6 4 .383-71
fki. i. i . i - .. i . M .
I ma in lirini piiuai-i UHUl-l uut'y lur luri
All the professlonsls and amateurs whol
will play in the championship tomorrow
worked over the colirao lodnv'anit arond
scores were the rule. Among the amateurs
IV. K Moore or I a ue I lf.nt.va mari a nrallv
i: " :. - V . .... ...
ill I II f i n r. c hai ttnn l.nrf Fr.rm1 mi i imii
for the tournament, and la now about ,130
yards In length.
15 Bl'BlHAl. RACE
Mediocre Field M ill Compete ' for
Great Stake at "heepshead Bay.
WW YORK- June SO With onlv eleven
horses entered to start, the twenty-third
Suburban handicap of $20,000 will be run
at Sheeneshead Bay tomorrow.
The. suburban presents striking evidence
Of the disappointments that have attended
ine preseui racing awnaoii. riiiy-iiirnr ci
the best horses in training, with the Ill
starred Sysonby at the head of the list.
were entered for this year's blue ribbon
event at Bheepehead,. the most favored of
Vju' Vnrlf parina cmiraa That hut jlvan
Iw.r... r. h.ma.l mm t.nntmmt mwm Ikftnlvht
before the race and that all but two or
thnte of thaaa Knraea ahnulit have haan
contesting only for the smsller handicap
purses all season with Indifferent success,
would seem to promise but an ordinary
The Brooklyn handicap winner, Tokalon,
Is named to go. however, aa well as Dan
delion, the clever Hitchcock 4-year-old,
w ho. ran second In the Brooklyn. . Dande
lion has hsd a good rest since that time
in preparation for tbe Suburban and to
night is the popular choice for that event.
His chances are strengthened by the fact
that the June meeting at Sheepshead Bay
very nseiy win open witn a rast traca.
The second choice play tonight is di-
vf7Jed between Cairngorm and Go Be
tween, the latter s clever win tinder ad
verse circumstances at Gravejiend Tues
day gaining him many supporters. Cairn
gorm will- a hare with Tokalon the second
highest weight in the Held, 11 pounds.
Proper, tbe Jennings candidate, and pos
sessing about aa much nines-. aa any horse
in ine neio. win go i ira poei wun wnai-
ever nonor may arracn u ine.iop weigm
in mis rears ouournan. nil impoi. is
11- pounds. Iieapite this, bis chances will
pe TSJicieo oy many.
Tradition s disappointing showing at
Orayeaetvd last Saturday baa reeulted In
her wtthdrawal from the Suburban, al.
t linn wYi ih. la na,md at mn In lha miw Sup.
Innaa tnrlnt. which Is second on tomor-
row's card. .
Following are the starters. Jockeys and
okalon (Bedell'l ....'.....
a Between (Shawl ......
, . ; 8 to 1
, . . 4 to 1
Proper I Williams t
Colonial Girl I Se well l ....
... 3 to 3
. . . 8 to 1
, . . 4 to 1
. . . 8 to 1
Do.llla Spanker J. Martin)
t Oeratrome (Oarnert ....
Oliver Cromwell iBulrd) ..
.. .36 to 1
. . .80 to 1
Astronomer (Radtkel ....
.11 to 1
atongrh Water. Interferes with Ttnae
Testa of College Onrsnaen. -
POrOHKEKPSIK. N. T.. June JtV-The
water conditions were not favorable for
time tests this evening; and while all the
crews were out In their shells, none went
over the full coiirsr. The five Cornell
crews rowed up the river and then panned
back te tasks, having rowed in all lean
than six miles, the esaiest work they have
flone since they came ner.
When the f ciinsylvanla snusd got out a
little, later they rowed up nearly tn tha
atari, where they turned and had a brush
back to the hoatbeuse. passing Syracuse.
Georgetown a:vd Wisconsin sll had a taste
of the rough water. Columbia rowed earlier
la tbe afternoon aod found smoother water
at the upper end of the course.
The hard lurk In, the Syracuse raunp ex
tended today to young James Ten Eycke.
stroke of tha froabnten ciew. Who had to
keep out, of the boat on account of sick
oaaan's Tennis Tssraasttsl.
PHILADELPHIA. Junn 10 Aa a result
of today's play tn the women a national
tennis louniamrrtl on tbe grounds of tbe
Philadelphia Cricket club two players
rearneo toe Mml-nual round In tha slnalee.
Misa Bdltri K Hutch of the LongwooJ
Cricket club. Boeton. and Mrs. Bargnr Wal
lacba ot New Tork. DouMea and mixed
doubles were begun, the first round tn tbe
former being completed and oight matches
onieuea in. ins mlgeai doubtes.
DLUOKXM-rvwr, iHh and Dodge at
CHICAGO OUTCLASSES BOSTON
Wind City Hatiouglg lit th BU tt Will
nd Pil Up Bit: Eooro.
DEAN EATERS 'UNABLE TO FIND BROWN
Ho Kmm tho
raftered and H
rare ' Traaa
BOSTON. June 10 Early tn today"
lead, but continued to play alertly and ag-
greaslvely and a heavy score resulted. The
Boston team seemed outclassed In all de-
' B H O A g.
H H O A
If 4 t
0Hlr. cf.. 4 I 1 0 loot
hsrkara. If. i I I
TnnT. lb... I I H I I
1 . Rrsln. lb..... 4 1111
1 Bate, if t 1 J
HoMrt. lb.. I 1 I I
1 rolin. rf J 1 1 . 1
4 Off. Bp'iwn. r.. l 0 t I 0
I tHtmhsl. u.. 0 I 4 4
J 0 Lln4sB. . I I I I
0 Yminc, p I S 4 1
HofiaM, rf... (II
:. Ik... 4 1 T
pttiniit. lh.. 9 it t
SlMRfcldt. Ibi I
Tlaser, .... 1 I
Tr. jp IV
Kltfif. r 4 1
X. Brovn. a. 4 1
r wiihnip. p. a a t
.17 14 7 10 t () Sell 1 1 a i i
Tot. ... u 17 It
Batted for Witherun In ninth.
Chicago o . 1 A 1 i 0 011
Boston ' 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
Two-base hits: Sherkard, Gessler. Horn-:
run: Steinfeld. Sacrifice hits: fcvert. Stolt.i
bares: Tinker, Evers, SheckHrd. Douli-j
plsys: Tinker-to Chance; Evers to Noonan.
Bases on halls: Off Linda man. 1; on
Toung, 4; off Wltherup, 1. Struck out: Hv
Toting. 3: by Wltherup'. 1 : bv M. Brown.
. Passed balls: Brown. Time: 2:90. Um
pire: -Johnstone. ,
PhllaalelBlila refeata St. Lonls.
PHILAIELPHIA. June 10. Phlladol-
Phla batted hard today and easily d
reatod St. Loulo- Both teams played a
looaa game. Score:
B H.O.A S.
. . B HO A E
Thomii, of... I 1 4 1 (mint. cf..
0 lemon, tb.. lit 1 Bennett, lb
lb I I 1.1 1 Arndt, lb..
Titus., rf I.I 1 4 0 Shannon, If
Mt(. If I 1 1 0 Berkley, lb
BnnnneM. , lb 4 l 11 a nurra. rf
Dnolla. as.... 4 114 McBrlde. n
Donoran.' c. 4. ISO riOrsdy. c.'.,.
Luah.- p 4 A 1 Rub, c 1
Bsan. B 1
Tottla 17 II 17 1J t Kanjsr. p.... 1
TotJ. ,,jJ 4 14 14 6
Philadelphia ...1 0408000
St. Louis ........ 0.8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8
Left on bases: St. Louis. 4: Phlladei-
phis,- t. Stolen bases: McBride. Two-bHSC
hits: Magee. 2: Donovan. Three-base h'
Titus. . Sacrifice hit: Oleaaon. Doiisaa
plays: Gleaaon to BranaAeld; Arndt .o
Jriennett to Berkley; Jioolin to Gleason to
Hransneid. utrucK out: ay iusn, i; nr
Karger. 2. Bases on balls: Off Lush", 2; oft
F:gsn. t. Hits: Off F.gnn. in three
nlngs: off Karger. In Ave innings. Time:
1:45. Umpires: Conway and Carpenter.
rtttsbarg Outplays Sew York.
NEW YORK. June 20. Pittsburg out-
played the local team today, batting Wlltse
out of the box in the eighth inning. 8core:
PITTSBfFO. NBW TOBK.
B.H. O A K. B H.O A B.
Beaumont, cf. i I 1 14 Bresnihan, cf 4 1 A 1 A
Oanlw. rf... I IAS AStran. rf.. .l 1 I A s
Clark. If.... 4 111 A Marahal), rf
W(nr, sa... 4 1111 MrOann. lb.
I 4 1 A 4
I 1 A 1
Nnlnn. lb... I 1 s Menaa, ir
Laarh. lb.... 4 111 1 Dshlen. h..
4 A 1 I 1
I A 1 4 I
Shaehaa. lb.. 1 Alt DTlln. lb.
Rltchar, lb-. I 111 AOIIbart. lb.
.41 I I 1 Brwerman. c. I 1 4 1 0
4 1 4 A Wlltsa. p 1 A 1 4 A
Fsrguson, P., I 4 A-A
41 IT 17 1A 1
Total M l XT 11
Plttamirg 0 110 0 1 ! 8 215
New York- 0.1 0000 0.1 0-2
First baso on errors: Pittsburg, 4; New
York, t .Ift.on bases: Pittsburg. ; New
Tork. 5. First base on balls: Off Wlltse.
4; off Ferguson. 1; off Willis. 3. Struck
out- By Wlltse. a: ny Kerguson, i; uy
Willis. 8. Three-base hit: Beaumont. Two-
base hits: Strang. Bowerman. Pelta. Willis
Sacrifice hlu: . Wlltse, Beaumont, Gsnley
Clarke. Lesch. Peltg. Stolen base: Wag-
- ner. - Double plays: Beaumont to Wagner
neaion. . nil Dy
2fn one Inning. Umplrea: O'Daj' and Km-
i ' ClnnlnsMatl Wlna Faist finnan.
BROOKLYN. June 20. Cincinnati, after a
rest or two oays owing to rain ana wei
, . ..irv, rjb,w tnAmx,
; " ".T"; . :"L'"m Z.c..Z'
l"Z JU"'' -
1. ', ;
V ClKCINSATI. BROOKLTN.
. ' ' ': , . B.H.o. a.b.
J ngi ,..- - - - - , ,
. B-Vr.lr rf A lift l.,mw rt 9
A A A (
1 14 A A
A I 1 A
0 I A A
I -' '
frr. lb!!!'4 l 11 A I Brian! c.'.'." 4
Palrt.anty, lb I 1 4 A 1 Malonay, cf.. 4
fMwall rf 1 1 A A AAlserman. lb. 4
0 I 0 A
A A 4 A
I Coroeraa, . 4 1 1 I ALawla, aa I
Srhlat. I 1 4 I Hno a.il, If.. I
Wlikar, p.... I All AMrlntyr. p . I
Total! II T 17 II 1 Total II 4 IT 14 1
0 20001 00 0-8
0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 01
Two-base hits: Odwell. Corcoran. Jordan
Sacrifice hit: Odwell. Stolen base: Casoy
Double play: Casey to Alperman to Jor-
dan. First base on halla: off Mctntvre 1:
i on: v Icker. z. r Irat base on errors: Brook-
lyn, 1. Struck out: By Melntyre. 1; by
vweger, o. l ime: i:m. i mpire: Kiem.
Standing nt the .Teams.
Played. Won. Lost
I New Tork .
No games today.
GAMES IS -AMERICA A8SOCIAT10
Toledo and St. Pnal Break Even In n
TOLEDO. June 20. Toledo and St. Paul
broke even In a double-header. Toledo lost
the first through Inability to hit Coy In a
pretty contest. The second went to the
Toledo team by fine stick work. Score,
ST. PAl'U TOLEDO.
B.H.O.A.C. ' B H.O A B,
Oaiar. If 4 I I A A Nanc. rf....l A 4 A A
ufAan. lb. ..I 111 1 A J. Dark. If. I A I A
vanzaat. v.. I A 1 A 0 riemont. a.. 4 1 1 I
p-n,,. rf I 1 I A A Jude, rf.
.4 I 1 A A
I Waealar. lb.. I A. A 4 1 Kmpr, lb. 4 A 1 I
i nock laid, aa 1 All A Knaba. lb 4 tit
I Pa4as, lb... 4 4 4 4 AW. Olarta. lb I 1 11 A A
I c ' 1 'Abbott. e....4 All
I Co, p I 1 A I I Vinahaa. p.. 1 1 A 4
U 111 J 1 'Frank .
A A A 1 u
M I 27 15 1
'Hatted for Piatt In ninth.
I St. Paul ;....0 10 0 0
0 3 0 16
Toledo I 0 0 0 1
0 0 0 02
Home run: Frisk. Two-base hits: Jude.
Coy. Frisk. First bssn on balls: Off Mln
nan, ; off Coy, 2. Stolen buae: Demoni
Sacrifice hlta: W. Clarke. Sugden. Double
piaye: Sugden (unassisted!; Wheeler to
redden to Sugden. Wild pitch: Mlnahan
Hlta: Off Mlnahan. 1 in eight Inning; off
nan, i in one Inning. Tims: 1:46. Lm
score, second game:
TOUt DO. ST. PACU
Nanrs. tt.... I 1 I A ACalar. If 4 I I A A
J. Clatae, If. I 1 I A A Suclaa, lb. .. i I I A
Uastnnl. as. . I 1st AVanZant. p-tf I A A I I
iu4. rt 4 I 1 A u Kliak. rf 4 I 1 A A
Kruafar. lb.. I I A 1 Whealar. Ui..4 till
kub. lb.... I 1 I 4 ARoTk'fald. aa I 1 I 3
. Clark, lb I I 1 0Paan. lb... I I I I A
l-aaa, e I All linll. c I 1 4 1 A
aaMlts, p.. 4 A 1 I Allafl. cf..., 1 A 0 0 A
Parklna. p... I A 1 A A
Tottla 14 11 IT la Atlr 1 A A A A
Total IT 14 14 11 I
Battsd for Parkins in the ninth.
Toledo ...1 3 1 1 0 0 3 0 0
St. Paul 1 0 0 0 0 0 o 2 o 3
Two-base hits: Geier. Wheeler. W.
Clarke, J. Clarke. Demont. Padden. Three-
base hit: Jude. Stolen bases: Knsbe, De
mon t First base on balls: Off Van Ztnt.
8. off Parklo. 8. Struck -outt By Camntts.
6; by Vaa Zant, 4: by Parkin, 1 Hits: Of!
sn Zanu 4 tn three and one-third Innlnas-.
off Parkin. 7 In five and two-tbtrria Innluas.
Ksorinoo hits: Drill. Knsbe (J,. Double
plsy: Rockenfeld to Psdden lo Sugden.
Hit by pitched bail: Bv Van Kant. W.
Clarke, I And. by Camnlta, Rockeafeld.
lime: i:ti t mplre: fopkay.
IMa4LUrn Ml f p Big laar.
UOriSYlULE, Juno - IaaUaille oattod
Otaarila ont of too box In ton sorojid Inning
today and wua tbe last game ,f tha aertea
Ksaua waa a nuanle to lbs vialtnra. Scare;
a.k.O i t -M O A E.
Hallawa. It.. 1 I I A ABoMsaaa. a. 4 I 4 I I
Sall at ... I a A lirm, rf I I I A A
. 9)111 Vi'Urk. Ih 4 1 I I A
SulMann. Ik.. A I I A lb. 4 A 4 1 A
kerwia . at... 8 A 1 A iHowaia ml. ( I I 9 A
m. 4 I I egaaa. a. A A I I I
-. 4 3 8 t senile, ,.,. 8 A 4 f A
DAILY BTX: THUTtKPAY,
htla. m..t 1 1nnT, if I 1
Ksesa. f 1 I M,rvn k. f 4 1 a
tllrttn. S....S S
Twsli. ...... U rt 11 1 IMTK, ..!
Twala. 1 IHll
Ixmlsvllle S 4 1 3-'
Milwaukee .. o 0 0 1 0 C O- I
Two-bane hits: Woodruff, Stovall, Cren.
Three-bsse hits: Hhjiw. gulnlen Btolen
be s: Stovsl). Rrarhear. . Sncriflce hits:
Woortniff. Hallmnn. First bsse on hulls:
Off Kcnns. 4; off Oherllii, 1: off (Vort-ln, 4.
Struck out: By Kenna. : by tber!ln. 1:
by Goodwin, S. Wild pitch: Kenna. Hit
by pitched Hall: Bv Goodwin, Kenna.
Ilifs: Off Oberlln. I In one and ore-third
Innings; oft Goodwin, 7 In seven snd two
thirds innings. lniiible plays: Woodruff
and Sullivan: Quinlan, Brashes'- and Hulll
iran. Ijeft on bflscs: fyuisvHlo, : Mil
waukee, o. Time: 1:56. I mplre: siiilllvRn.
rolnmhaa Hksti Oat Minneapolis.
Cnl.l'VRl'a Tut, 4i .RarVnl l.v rw.rft.t
I aiinnort Veil iin.l mi mrmt tronhU' In ehiil.
ting out Minneapolis. His hitting ma- drunk till the next day when the gunie lie
terially helped the chnniplon- to earn both I g'ns. I don't care. But I like to see them
their runs. Score: :
Pl taring, rf. 4 110 llavia. i f t 1 1 A
Writlry. :t I 1 I 1 ( Freaman, lb. I lit
lllfihman. rf S 1 OS e Hart. If 4 1 1 A
Coultar, If... I 0 I A A Greiatnasr. lb I
1 t 4
Klhm. lb ion a 0 Sullivan
rrtol, lb f A 0 A A Oyler,
rf.. 4 1 I a
Nt, aa l' t 1 f v Shannon, c. I
Bin. c.: II 4 ' A A Tot. n 4
Vail, p I 1 1 I Kllror. p 1
A A 4
' - aorsham 1 A A A A
Total IT I n II
. Total 14 I 14 14 1
Batted for Kflroy In the ninth.
Columbus o o I 0 1 ft o 1
Minneapolis ....( '0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Stolen bases: Nenl, Davis. Sacrifice hits:
Wrigley. Coulter. Shannon. First base on
bslls: Off Veil, 4: off Kllroy. 2. Two-base
hit: Sullivan. Double, plav: Sullivan to
Shannon. Struck out: Bv Veil. 3; by Kllroy,
1. Time:" 1:40. Umpires: Kgau, Flaherty
Kren Break la ladlanapolls.
INDIANAPOLIS.' June 20. Indianapolis
and Kansas City broke even today In a
double-header. The visitors won the first
game by superior stlckwork. Score, first
KANSAS cm' INDIAN ABO tTS.
' B.H.tVA.E. ' B HD. A I.
Perrln. aa.. t 4 i AVInaos. rf I A I A A
l-aaaady. If.. 4. I 1 A Hungary, f. 4 1-A A 1
Walilron. rf.. 4 1 1 0 AHIrae. If.... I 1 I A A
Burk. lb....S I t I .ic. t-rr. lb.. 4 1 1A 1 0
Hill, rt I 110 0 At hart on, lb. 1 A A 1 A
Phyle. lb.... I 4 14 A Holm!. C...1 A 1 1 A
Sullivan. ... 4 II ft A Jamas. .... 4 1 I 1 1
siattery, lb.. 4 ISA 1 Marraa. lb... 4 14 I A
Swann, p....( A 11 I Kahoe. f-Jh..4 1 t 1 1
Thtelmn, p. 4 A 0 4 A
Total 41 IT 17 11 1 .
, .. . , Total! 15 IT II 1
Kansas City v... 2 0 4 0 0 0 0 o IP
Indianapolis ti......O 0 o 1 0 0 0 0 1 2
First base on balls:' Off Thlelmrfn, 1; off
Swann. 2. Struck out:. Pa- Thlelman, 1;
by Swann, 1. Wild pitch: Thlelman. Hit
by pitcher: By Thlelman, Waldrop. Two
base hits: Cassady. Slatterv, Perrlne.
Three-basei hit: James. 8scrirlce hits:
Sullivan. Cassady. ilouble play: Swann
to Siattery. Stolen bases: Waldron (2.
I-eft on bases: Indianapolis). ; Kansas
v-uy. s. i mpires:- Kellum and Lejiay.
oi un-, iri-ona game; . ,
INDIANAPOLIS. KANSAS C1TT.
B.H.O.A.Z. ' n un a e
Vlnnoo.' rf...4 1 0 A 4 Parr I na. ...! A I I 1
mimeary. cr. a A I A ACaandy, If... I A A A 0
Himaa, tt.... I 1 A A Waldron, rf.
4 1 A 4 A
4 1 I 1 A
4 1 4 a A
4 0 110
4 A A A A
I 1 A 1 A
carr, lb,. 1 ATI 1 Burka, lb...
Holm, e 4 1 11 I A mil. ef
Jam, aa 4 4 A 1 0 Phrla. lb...
Msrcan. lb... 4 0 1 S OLaahy. e....
Kaho. 3b 1 All I RlAftar. 1k
Plabfr, p.... I 1 1 4 A Durham, a..
Total 11 IT 14 t Total... ...M f 14 11 1
Indianapolis A n a A i a a a
Kansas City 0 1 0 0 1- 0 0 0-2
First base on halls: Off PM.h..- . .
Durham. 8. Struck out: By Fisher, I; by
Durham. . Two-base hit: illmes. Three.
base hit: Vinson. Sacrifice hit- rv crr
Iouble plays: Holmes to Kahoe; Ftsher
Jo Mai-can to Carr. Stolen base: Vinson.
Passed ball: lahy. Left on bases: In
dianapolis, 5;- Kansas City, 6. Umpire:
jvauie. - , .
Standing; tf the Teams.
- Played. Won. Lost. pet.
........ 69 . 36 24 . 593
,.M . 3fi 2. Ml
W .31 26 .554
U . .. 81 27 .5.4
........ 57 , 29 29 .b
.v-t 38 31 .475
67 21 3K .3Kg
. 32 3d .376
Games "'today : ' fndlsnanolls' at Toledo
Columbus at' Louisville, Minneapolis at Mll-
OA3IE9 IK T"R. AMERICA LEAKTE
CleTelnnd Wlns.iffrAm Pntlndelphtst'
' and RrgafnV First Place.
CLEVELAND. . O.. Jnne 20 Cleveland
gained first place today by batting Dygert
hard In the sixth, maklg six hits, which
coupled with Philadelphia's errofa gavu
Cleveland six runs. , Philadelphia hunchel
mrir nun .on rinoifons in rne nun, pui
outside of this Inning he wss Invincible.
Cleveland fielded perfectly. Score:
CLEVELAND. . . PHILADELPHIA.
B.H.O.A.g. B.H.O.A.C. '
nick., cf.,.?. 4 I 14 OHarUwl, If:.. I 1 1 A A
Jarkaon. If . 10 I 0Lord. cf 4 110 1
Tnrnar. aa.... I 1 6 1. ADayla. lb. ... I A II A A
Lajola. lb.... 4 14 1 ASavbold. rf... I A I A A
Ruaamaa, lb. 4 11 A AMurpby. lb.. 4 1 A 1 A
Conialtoo. rf I 1 4 oCroaa. aa 4 1, I I A
Braolay, lb... 4 1 A t AKnlfht, lb... 4 1 9 I A
Bamla. e...... 4 1 10 ARrhrw-k. C....4 14 11
Rhoadaa. p..r4 114 0D)in. p.... I I A 1 A
Armbruater . 1 A A A A
Total W U1T1IA
Total II 9 14 II 1
Batted for Dvaert In the ninth.
Cleveland 0 0 01080A 7
Philadelphia 0 0 0 0 0 t 0 0 0-3
Earned runs: Cleveland, 8. Two-bsse
hits: Bradley. Hartsel, Dygert. Murjhv.
Home run: ' Kntghf . Sacrifice hit: . Jack
son. Double plays: J Rhoades and Rossman;
Turner I-ajole. anil Rossman. Bases on
balls: Off Rhoades. 3; off Dygert, 2. Struck
out: By Rhoades. 2; by Dygert, 3. Time:
1:50. I mpires: Connor and Hurst.
Detroit Defeats Kew York. .
DETROIT. Mit h , June 20. Detroit won
from New Tork today in the closing game,
3 to 1, pulling off two double steals, one
of which scored a run. Score:
DETROIT. , NEW TORK.
-B.H.O.A.g. - B.H.O.A.g.
Jonaa. ' cf . .. 4 1 I A A Keler, rf ... I A 1 A A
Indaay. lb.. I
1 T 1 Hfonroy. If... 4 1 4 A A
116 IChaaa. lb. ... I A I A A
1 1 0 A Laport. Ik.. I 1 1 A A
111 A William, lb. 4 1 1 1
A 4 A A Teaser, aa... 4 4 A I A
1 I A A H, .Id -an, cf . , 4 1 4 4 A
A 1 ; A Maaulra. I I T I 1
1 A 1 ACbaabr. p.... I I A t A
Crawford, rf. 4
klnlntyr. If.. I
rouiblle. lb.' 4
O Uary,. aa.,. I
Warnar. ,. I
Doaovaa.: p,. I
ToUla 11 IV l Tolala .....II I 14 T I
Detroit 20000001 S
New York . 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 01
Sacrifice hit: Chase. Stolen bases: Jones.
Lindsay, . Melntyre, Coughlin, Donovan.
Bases on balls: Off Donovsn, 3; off Ches
bro, 2. Left on .bsses: Detroit. ; New
York. 6. Struck our: By Donovan. 4; by
Chsbro, . Double play: McGuire and
Williams. Time: 1:30. I'mplre: O'lugh
lln. .- .,
Cblrago Wins from Boston.
CHICAGO. " June 2u. tMiicago defeated
Boston. 2 to 1. here today, making a com
plete victory of the series. A single, cou
pled with a pair of errors, a sscrlttoe and a
long fly gave Chicago their acore. Boston
scored on a single, a double and an out.
B.H.O.A.g. . B H O A K.
Hahn. If. . ... I 3 A 4 raranl, aa....l A I A 1
Jonaa. cf 9 1 1 A Stahl. f 4 A I A A
tabell, !b 4 114 I Orlmahaw, lb 4 1 I A
Uavls. a 4 114 I Salbarb. If... 4 I 1 A A
Dai-ohua,. lb. I All I A Ferrla. lb.. .4 I I S
n K.ill rt... I All 0 Hayitoa. rt .. 4 1101
Sillllraa, c... I A I 1 A Morgan, lb
Tannablll. lb I A A 1 A Armbrua'r.
Allrock. p ... 1 111 AYoung. p ..
4 A I 1
Chicago 0 0 0 o 0 o z - .
Boston 0 V 0 0 l) 0 0 0 1-1
1-eft on haseS: Clilcago, 6; Boston, 6
Two-base hits: Kerrls 3. Sacrifice hit
Jones. Double 'plavs: Isbell. Dsvls aiu
ii...,l,ii.- riat-ta. lahell and Donohue i-l
Davis and Donohue. Struck o;it: By Ait-
nd uononue. Btruia. u.n- ;.
by Young. I Bases on balls: Off
1; off Young, 2. Time: 1:35. lm-
Standing of tne Tenuis.
Played. Won. l.ot
New Tork ..
St. Douia ...
"Cleveland at Detroit, Phil- j
Jjay.ri In an interview here . '
tempting to excuse the methuds of the
l m for rowdyUin: I Hit A raui player
isn't suppuoad to be decent no is paia
u iua ancM, ara too ta a. bn rwmtf
Ls ntomeo mtsat iu . . .
Id rather see a ball rem sad ,u a
prtse tight than In a love feast also ss Id
"he mil" -mannered president of the West
ern, along the same line,. But give me
:, - .. n anita." lie continued.
to gt there. , ft me die before I see at
hsll game tame down to flf:een-lore or i
croouet match. Managers ought to be
rowdies: they e getting paid for It. Thev
ought to swear at their men. This mak'S
the men work and, win the games. This
brings the Jingles and the plcaerd smile to
the faces of the mngntes. Let decent
people go to h I as long a the team's
winning games and drawing crowds. If
you'd quit your howling slxiut rowdyism
In Sioux City anil Miniltp some nf 'les
Moines' dtrtv work you'd hve a winning
team. Bulldose the umpire. You've got
to do It to get n situiire deal, i'mpires
don't ktion- any too much shout the gnnie.
and they've gut to be conxi'd slong. fall
them names and make them nore. I like
to see players do this. I used to do It
myself. I know umpires sreti t the most
ronirwtent nor the most decent men in
the business. But I want to sny that I'm
no wet nurse for a litter of umpires. I
don't believe in feeding them on a bottle.
. Tiiev can go rlaht out after the num
and get as drunk II" thev n ease, and MX
sober during the progress of gunie."
GAME iX THE WESTER I.EAl.tE
Barton's Timely Hitting Wins for
LINCOLN, Neb., June Timely hitting
enabled Lincoln to defeat Pueblo by a score
of 4 to 1. Twice with Qulllin on third and
Collins on second. Barton laced out a
single, sending both runners across tne
piste. Kyler was in fine form and but
for an error at short, the Indians would
not have scored. A catch by Kiliman and
a stop by Qulllin were the fielding fea
tures. Faurot was hit harder than the
score indicates. Pueblo's outfielders back
ing up sgstnst the fence and nailing three
flies. Lincoln has only played four games
at home out of the last twenty-five, but
on- -the form dispUyed tod.iy Mansger
Holmes expects his team to develop s win
ning streak during the long string of
games in Lincoln in the next alx weeks.
AB. R. BH. PO. A. E.
Flllman, ss..... 4 0 o 6 2 2
Wolfe, If..... 4 0 2 0 0 0
Quillin. 3h. 8 2 1110
Thomas,' lb 3 0 '0 8' 0 0
Collins, rf 2 , 2 1 0 0
Ketchem. cf 4 11 1 2 0 0
Barton, 2b 4 rt 2 3 1 0
P'.inran, c. 3 0 tl 6 1 0
Eylcr, p..... 3 0 i 0 3 0
Totals...! 30 4 6 27 8 2
AB. R. BH. PO. A. E.
Cook. If 4 0 2 1 0 0
McGllvray, lb 4 0 i 12 0 0
Shugart. 2b 8 0 0 2 6 0
Melchlor. rf.... 4 0 0 .' 0 0
Blake, cf 4 0 o 2 0 0
Elwert, 3b 4 0 2 0 8 1
Flake, as... 3 0011
Mssltt. c 3 0 II I) 1 o
Schrsnt, c 10 12 0 0
Faurot, p 4 110 4 0
Totals 84 1 8 24 14 2
Lincoln 0 0 O'O 0 2 0 2 4
Pueblo 0 0100000 0-1
Two-base hits: Wolfe. Qulllin, Faurot.
Stolen base: Barton. Sacrifice hit : Thomas.
Bases on balls: Oft Eyler, 1; off Faurot, 2.
Hit by pitched ball: By Faurot, 2. Struck
out: By Eyler, B; by Faurot. 2. Time of
game: 1:25. Umpires: Jones of Lincoln
and Vollendorf of Pueblo. Attendance:
Champlona Ontslag fllonx.
SIOUX C1TT, la.. June 20. Today's game
waa a slugging match and Des Moines had
a shade the best of It, which, combined
with fielding errors by Sioux City, gave
victory to the visitors by a score of 8 to
6. A feature of the game was home runs,
Sioux City getting two and Pitcher Miller
pounding out one for Des Moines. Score:
AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
1 10 0
1.4 2 0
0 10 0
2 7 11
3 4 0 0
2 2 0 0
14 1 1
1 3.8 0
3 0 6 3
14 13 ' l
H. PO. A. E.
8 10 0
1 10 0-
2 3 4 1
2 7 0 1
I 1 0 0
I 5 I i
0 " 0 ..2 . 0
O Leury, SO a 8
Welday, cf 4
McKay, lb 6
Towne, c 4
Hogrlever, rf 4
Andreas, sa 5
Magoon, 3b 4
Miller, p 4
Campbell. If ...
Weed. 2b ..i
Meyers, lb .......
Newton, ss .....
.40 6 12 27 13
Frost out, Infleid fly.
Dei Moines 0 2 1 0 2 1 S 0 0-8
Sioux City ..' 3 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 e
Earned runs: Sioux City, 6; Des Mplnes.
4. Two-base hits:. Andreas,. Towne. Hume
runs: Noblit, Frost, Miller.. Double plays:
Newton - to ;Weert, Weed to Newton, to
Meyers, First base on errors: Newton,
Jarrott, Magoon, Cnffyn. Loft on baaea:
Sioux City, 8; Des Moines, 7. Stolen bas'-s:
Noblit, Tate, Caffyn, Towne. Sacrifice
hits: Noblit. 0'I.esry. Welday. First base
on halls: Off Jnrrott, 3. Hit by pitched
ball: Noblit. Oleary. Struck out: By
Jarrott, 6: by Miller, 3. Time: 1:40. Um
pire: McC'arty. Attendance. 700.
Standing; of the Teanaa.
Played. Won. Lost.
Games today: Sioux city at omana, Den
ver at Drt Moines. Pueblo at Lincoln.
MILWAUKEE, June 20. President
O'Brien of the American association an
nounced today that he had raised the sus
pension of Umpires Owen and Kane, who
were suspended pending an Investigation of
the charges sgainst Manager M. J. Kelly
of Minneapolis. President O'Brien received
sworn affidavits from the umpires Ihis
morning. A meeting of the board of di-
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Qt'AIJlTY THE BEST. AIU Ai b l AliOUH'
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f rectors of the association wiJ be held At
Chi' ago tomorrow to take action on tfie
case of Msnnger Kellv. who. it l allegil.
charged (Tookedncss on the part of um
COI.FAX Kns FIRST I II 1,1 F.Nti I-:
oanly Team from Brhnyler Answers
Colonel Ryder's leg.
The fame of Colonel Ryder's Cllffdwell
ere has extended far out into the stale
and aa a result of his "defl" to other court
house teams, published in The Bee. hi
received the following response from W. 1.
Allen, county Attorney of t olfsx county:
Schuyler. Neb.. June is i!o Hon. Mr.
P.ydcr, maiiMgerof the Cliff dwellers. Court
House, Omaha, Neh.
IVar Sir ond Brother, B. B. F.: Tho
memlera of the court house team of CoN
fnx county. Neh., have d puttied me by
solemn proieedlngs. entered into by the
Board of County Commissioners of the
ii.unty and under the seal of thts county
to accept the challenge published by yoti
in the Omxlia Bee.
The court liquse'tesm of Colfax county
will play the "Cliffdwellers anywhere froin
reven to seventeen Innings. We, being tlvi
challenged party under the code, see sec
tlon 9. page 1910. criminal code of Ne
braska, compiled statutes of 1905. Iisve a
right to choose the grounds. So we there
fore 81-cept your "clefl" and will play yo.i
any time agreeuble to you in Msple parV,
Schuyler, Colfax county. Neb. I'leaae tv-
spond to this at once. Tours truly, W. I.
, Allen, manager of i'olfax county court
That tl:e challenge is authentic Is
vouched for by a gold seal as big ss a
ssucer In one corner and the Impression of
the official seal of the county. Attached to
the seal are the colors of the Schuyler
tesni. red. white and blue, in gorgeou
strips of bunting.
The section of the criminal code cited
In the letter, under which the game will
be played is the one relating to the prac
tice of dueling. This Is satisfactory- to
the Cliffdwellers and they will sccept the
chsllenge and will go to Schuyler In full
force to wrest the wreath of victory from
the brows of the Colfax county fans.
Tbe court house base ball fans held a
meeting at 6 o'clock and decided to accept
the proposition of the Sdiuvler court hom-e
team snd fixed the date of the slannhiet-
at Saturday, July 7. An attempt will be
made to have the dny declared a 'holiday
by the commissioners and at leaat ono
carload of rooters will be taken along.
Manager Rydnr sent a letter announcing
the date to Manager Allen of the Collax
county train. The letter is written In red,
blue and black ink and hears two large gold
seals. The .letter states thst everv man
on the Douglas county team is stall-fed and
gets his only currying right In the court
house.. He demands that only experts of
similar training and accomplishments be
all twed to play on tho opposing team. It
Is pointed out that the game is for amuse
ment only and "ringers" ought not to be
allowed. No objection la offered to big
men provided they do not fall on the fragile
Omaha basemen and are not splinters
Omaha -and glonx City.
Back from the hardships of mountain
life, Pa and his hoys will open a series cf
games with Sioux City at Vinton street
park Thursday. . Friday will be ladies' day
and a double-header will be played Satur
day. Games called at 8:46. as usual, and
the former of the double header at 2:30 p.
m. The lineup:
Positions. Bloux City.
,r First ., Meyers
Fremont Goes I'p la Xtath.
FREMONT. Neb., June 20. (Special Tele
gram. ) Grand Island won the second game
this afternoon by a score of 8 to 1. Up to
the ninth It was the cleanest kind of ball
seen here this sesson. Harmon had the
Islanders guessing and eleven of therrt
fanned out. only two conectlng with the
sphere. The first man up in the ninth made
a single and went to second on a sacrifice.
The next one popped up a fly in the center
which was muffed and from that time on
the stuff was off. Three errors and as many
hits brought in as many tallies. Score:
R H E
Grand Island... 00004000 83 6 0
Fremont 10000000 01 7 8
. Batteries Grand Island, tnylefand Town
Send; Fremont. Harmon and Shea,.- . .. .
CRETE. Neb., June 20 -(Special. )-This
afternoon the Doane college faculty de
feated the "South Paws" of the Institution
bv a score of 12 to . There- not being
nine men in school gifted with the natural
ability to use the left srm, the ranks of
the "South Paws" were filled with others
whose attempts to bat and to throw the
ball with the left hand when .nature had
Intended them to use the right, were very
ludricous and sometimes slmost pathetic.
' Tabor Defeats Glenvrood.
GLEN WOOD, la.. June 20. (Speclal.l
Tabor's fast team of amateurs defeated
the Glenwood nine by superior all-around
play. Score: R. H E.
Glenwood 2 6 8
Batteries: Ellis and 8huffier; Connor,
Kramer ahd Collins. Umpire: Minner.
Gnnaea tn Three-I Leagae.
At Springfield Springfield. 5; Dubuque. 0.
At Rock Island Rock Island. 6; Bloom
At Decatur Decatur. 5: Davenport. 1.
At Cedar Rapids Peoria, 3; Cedar Rap
Bertrnnd Repenta tbe Dose.
BERTRAND. Neb.. June .20. (Special
Telegrsnvr Bertrand defeated Arapahoe
again today by a score of 10 to 8. Good,
clesn fielding and bunch hitting won the
game for the locals. Batteries: Bertrand.
Masters and Masters; Arapahoe, Bellamy
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NORFOLK. Nrtx. June 20 Special. )
Mooie. the S-vear-old gelding purchases
by Thomas F. Murplty of Ponghkeepaie
N. T.. I rout Charled Moore of Madtmm
Neb. ha shown such phenomenal spec,
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MITCHELL. S. 1. Juno 20.-(SpecUI
Telegram I One-third mine people were In
attendance at the races today thnn yester
day, despite ' a heavy northwest wind.
Which hud the effect of nrnklng the time
slower in the races.
In the 2:17 pace Minn dippy took three
straight heats, hut was piiMlicd at the
wire each time. Bobolink was aecond,
Maywond third and Major Dent fourth.
Best time. 2:17V
It took four heats to decide the 2:10 trot.
Linda Manager taking the firet and then
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the next three heats, nnd race, Linda
Manager second. The Rovtl third and
Dug B. fourth. Rest time. ;
The half-mile nnd repeat running race
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and Con Kinney third.
The races will close tomorrow.
HBNX.EY. June 20. The Argonsuts of
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the full course. From the standpoint of
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Cambridge, is the only crew likely tn
trouble the Canadians unless the lJelglttiis
should piove very good.
Inl versify Players In Ileum nil.
IOWA CITY, la.. June 20. (Special Tcle
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