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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: JUNE 24, 19M.
EVENTS OF THE TRANSMISSISSIPPI GOLF ASSOCIATION TOURNAMENT AT OMAHA JUNE 20-23, 1906
Played on the Course of the Omaha rield Club and Under the Rules of the United States Golf Association Governing the Play of Amateur Tournaments. '
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JAFFRA! IS THE CHAMPION
Bit; Itlnneapolii Banker Win! Pennant in
Truimisaiuippi Golf Tourney.
M'CARTNEY OF DENVER HIS CHIEF' RIVAL
Omaha Rjut Bat Twa Trophy Wlmri,
T. H. Gelaiee 4 A. L Rood,
Both of Wham Carry O
C T. Jaffray of Minneapolis won the
champlonablp of the Transmlesiaslppl (Jolt
association by defeating F. W. McCartney
of Denver In the final at the Field club
Saturday by the score of I up and 4 to
play. McCartney was 1 up on the morn
Inc'a play, but In the afternoon th big
banker from Minneapolis went right after
him, and aa soon aa McCartney weakened
on his putt, began winning holes and went
to tbe food. The tournament ended with
the championship match, as the finals In
I th secretary's prise were finished In th
1 IIIUI IllllBt.
wiaj.ijT McCartney and Jsffrsy started out on
schedule) tlm for the first eighteen holes
f" of th finals In th championship with th
whole course somewhat damp from the
rain or Friday night. Th tee war o
damp that special tees wer prepared St
th side of th others and at th eighth
hole th tee was moved forward fifty yards.
A good-eland gallery followed the player
around, but many were kept away by the
threatening rain. Neither plsyer showed
any brilliancy, evidently worn out by the
week's work, and both appeared under
considerable nervous strain, realising that
it waa tha final In th Transmlsstsslppi
the wer playing. Hertlg, th councilman
from Minneapolis, caddled for Jaffray and
earn bad a for caddie.
They drove even and well for the flmt
hoi and lay even on th second stroke.
McCartney missed a twelve-foot putt and
Jaffray made an eight-foot one, giving him
the hole In 4-4. They drove even for th
second and Jaffray topped his second with
a cleek and recovered on the third. Mc
Cartney laid Jaffray stymie and halved
Both Drtv fltratcat for Tnlrd.
Both drove straight for th third and
both seconds wer straight and even. Both
on . th green In 4 with McCartney
nearer. On the putt McCartney was
stymie snd tried to Jump, rimming the
hoi, but Jaffray missed sn easy putt and
all wer even. They drove even for th
fourth and both on green In t. with
McCartney lying better. They halved it In
They drove alike for the fifth and Mc
Cartney foosled his second, while Jaffray
went on th green, aa did McCartney In
8. Jaffray mlased an easy put, but Mc
Cartney did likewise, putting Jaffray 1 up.
For th sixth hole JalTray drove In th
rough, topped his second and was on th
green In I. McCartney stymied his ball
and Jaffray tried to Jump, but missed, mak
ing the gam all even.
Neither made a good drive for th sev
enth, but were even, and even again on
ft, and both on the green in J. Jaf
fray missed a four-foot putt, putting Mc
Cartney 1 up. Both drove to the edge of
the green on the eighth and Jsffrsy dubbed
bis approach and rimmed the bole In ft,
dpMng McCartney th hoi and making him
McCartney drove Into the bunker for the
ninth, while Jaffray drove well. McCart
ney recovered well, but Jaffray missed a
chance to win the hole. McCartney rimmed
the hole In 4, putting his ball stymie
and they halved it In ft.
Jaffray Makes Fia Drive.
Jaffray mad a splendid drive at th
tenth, but th ball rolled far down the
slop. He recovered well, but his ball fell
la casual watt on the green. McCart
ney, by a good J rive and great approach,
halved th hul with the Minneapolis
, Tha drive over the railroad tracks at
th eleventh left bath the contestants
even. Two good approaches laid both on
th green, but Jaffray missed an easy putt
and halved th hole. 4-4.
McCartney's approach, after a splendid
drive at tha twelfth, waa too strong and
gar th hole to Jaffray, who putted well
here, by a score of 4-1.
Both men made excellent drives at th
thirteenth, but McCartney drew a bad lie.
His approach waa so good, however, that
he might have won the hole had It not
been for miserable putting. Jaffray halved
It with htm, -.
By missing a two-foot putt at th four
teenth McCartney lost the hoi to Jaf
fray. 4-4. At th fifteenth both made gooJ
drives and McCartney followed his with
wonderful brasaey shot. His miserable
putting, however, lost him the hole, -4-Jaffray
waa then 1 up.
MoCartney braced up at the sixteenth
aad bis two lovely drives and a good
putt put him down la 4. while Jaffray,
playing steadily weaker, took I.
McCartney's ball rolled clear around the
rim at his putt In the seventeenth and
bad It not been ror inis ne wouia nave
won tb hoi. Jaffray succeeds la halv
ing It with bin.
At th last hole, with the situation even,
McCartney hit th green In t and won the
hoi e tally! Jaffray missing a difficult pulL
Boo re. a-i.
Jaffray. out ....... -4 J T 4 I 4
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Jaffray. in 4 4 4 4 t 5 8-42-W
McCartnoy, In.. I 4 I I I I I i 4 7
l.ara-eet Gallery of the Week.
The largest gallery of the week fol
lowed the players In the sfternoon and
saw two beautiful drives at the first hole,
with each on the green In two. .. McCart
ney missed a putt to win and they halved
the first hole. Both msde good drives and
good approaches for the second hole, but
both missed their putts snd this hole
was also halved. Both again made beau
tiful drives for th third hole and Jaf
fray made a great Iron ahot, while Mc
Cartney topped his approach. Jaffray lit
within a foot of th hoi and McCartney
missed hi chance to Halve and Jaffray
won, making the score even up.
Bottf mad splendid drives for the
fourth and both-wer on the green In two.
Each missed the putt and halved the hole.
Jaffray drove well for the fifth, was on
ths green In two and made the hole In
four, while McCartney drove off the course,
giving Jaffray the hole and making him"
on up.- Each -wer on th sixth green In
two and halved the hole In four.
In driving for the seventh hole both
were down the middle of the course, but
McCartney dubbed his second and was
over the road in three. Both were oh the
green in four and halved It . Jaffray drove
to the south side of the eighth green snd
McCartney to the north. McCartney over
approached and Jaffray missed hi putt,
halving the hole and leaving Jaffray one
up. McCartney drove to the edge of ths
bunker, but both made the green In two,
but McCartney missed hia putt, leav.ng
Jaffray two up. -
MeCartaey Jaat Over Fence.
Both drove to the left of the green for
the tenth hole, each approaching well and
halving the hole In three. To the eleventh
hole Jaffray drove a-little short of the vided as to whether the Minneapolis man
green and McCartney Just oyer the fence, j would b able to overcome the handicap.
Jaffray. approached well to the hole and , But the gallery did not know what a re
MoCartney overran his spprosch and ; serve of strength the big man had. Instead
missed, a difficult putt, Jaffray making his ; of weakening, he made a magnificent burst
putt for a three and- winning th hoi,
making him ft up.
To th eleventh boll) drove well and
Jaffray topped his second while McCsrt
ney waa hole high to th right. Jaffray'
third waa short' of the green snd McCart
ney overran the hole on his third. Jaffray
approached well to the hols and McCart
ney waa short on his spprosch putt, miss
ing his putt for a five, maxlng the hoi
In aix, Jaffray making hia putt and win
ning the hole in five.
Both drove well to, the thirteenth and ! preclatlon for the treatment they had re
Jsffray'a second putt him on the green. ' calved at the hands of the Trsnsmisslasippl
while McCsrtney wss hole high with his officials, and also at the hands of the
second. Both approached well, msking ' directors and members of the Field club,
their putts for four snd hslved the hole, j They were especially loud In their praise
On the fourteenth Jaffray drove well, Mc- I the table the Field club had been setting
Csrtneya little to the left and short, sp- ! w' took pains to find the steward,
proaching well onto the green with his i E- A. Smith, to tell him how well rf&y had
second. Jaffray approached within fifteen 1 bfn 1 nJ two or three from the large
i - uu, McCartney mis.ea
m lona pun ana janray msae a nrteen-iooi
putt for a three, winning th hole and
match, ft up and 4 to play
Jsffray's finish wss very strong on th
Inside of th second eighteen, being four
strokes better then bogey when the match
was snded. He beat bogey six times In
the fourteen holes and at on hoi was
two strokes behind bogey, making him 4
up to bogey.
Jarrray, out 4 4 ( 4 4 4 4 4
McCartney, out 4 4 6 4 1 4 4 4
Jaffray, in 1 114 10 0 0
McCartney, In I 4 4 4 4 0 0 0
Match Itetweea Twe Mike. j
The match between th two "Mike' was '
slow In starting, aa Do ran did not appear '
until 1:10, and when they did get away ;
neither started very fast. They halved th
first, and second and Thomas dubbed his chn'plon golf player. For that reason
drlv for the third, tsking 7 snd losing ths Mr J,ffry "fused to stand for his pic
hoi. Thomas dubbed hia second atrok for ,ur durin4I lh week at the tourna.
the fourth hole, taking i. while Doran did mm- but th" P1" In th Illustrated
It In 4, making him 1 up. Doran dubbed 8ec,l" of The Bee waa caught as hs wss
his drlv for the fifth hole and Thomas driving from th first tea In Jha qusllfy
won. ' j ln round for tbe championship. Mr.
Th sixth and seventh wer halved and ' J""1 '' he waa afraid th Omaha
on th eighth Thorn missed his drlvs and h""1"" would think he paid more atten
tion mad the hoi In 4. but Doran mad It ,,on to lf than b dll to th banking
In 1 which was under bogey. Doran business if hs wss given too much proml
drov out of bounds for th ninth, but nnc-
Thomss missed an easy put snd they
halved It. making Doran 1 up on th turn. ! " H",M ' Champlhlp.
THm.. t a 1 1 ....,., ' PHILADELPHIA, June U-Mtss Helen
nSrTi, .?t Homans of New York today won the worn-
Doran. out 6 6 4 4 4 4 4 6-42 an s lawn' tennia championship of ths
Two Country club players cam together I nHed Slates for 1906. defeattng in th final
In th directors cup finals. U H. Oalnes roun1 Mrs. Barger-Wsllach of the same
... w r. B.n.L. .,. 0.1 . . city and taking the championship by de-
and W. D. Bancker. with Oalnes winning f,u(t trom MlM Elisabeth Moore, the
th match. 4 up and ft to play. Th pair holder, of New York. Miss Homans won
put up consistent golf snd made good medal ln 'r'ht sets by a score of -4. 4-1. In
.. .n.M.rtr. it,. ,,.." . tne first set Mrs. Barger-Wallacn secured
scores, considering th condition of th ; a i,.d of four r,mM "t( .. The Moorul
course, which Is heavy after th recent set wss practically a repetition of tbe
rain. Oalnes was 1 up on his fellow "I'l .Mr. Barger-Wsllach having a lead
,i,lVl-, , h. , , ,, . ,, ... " of 1-1, only to lose the next four games.
Clubman at th turn, and after thla point , uin stopped the other ehsmpi" nship
stesdlly Increased bis lead. Oslnes holed ' events in doubles. It will be finished lion-
several of hi approach shots on th green
and hroua-ht ln a card nt at for ih
leen hole with Bancker at.
Qaine. out.- , 44446466 444
Bancker, out 66716461 444
Oalnaa, In 4 4 114 1111-41-56
Bancker. In 4 I f ft I 4 4 4 41 47
Caaeatatlaas, Fiaal Raaad.
M. Doran. Jr., St. Paul, beat Q. p.
Thomas. Omaha Field iplwb. ft-up and I to
Secretary's Frlsa, Flaal Ratal.
A. L, Reed. Omaha Country club, beat
R. B. Hawklna, Minneapolis ft-up and t to
Dlrceitars' Priae, Flaal Kaaad.
F. H. Oalaes, Omaha Cauatry club, beat
W. V. Bancker. Omaha, ft-up and 4 to play.
( atipMltd Baaatsaa Cwsasaaa.
Th unexpected has happened mora oftaii
than not In th Important cnatchea of th
tournament during th areas, la tb sur
prises McCartney of Dnvr. a small man.
with little physical strength and almuat
unknown to the other golfer competing,
was lb biggeat facta. Ilia phnooMal
A. C. Joee
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putts won hjm several matches sgslnst
players of far greater reputation, and all 1
through -the week he shone by the brtl
llsncy of his approach shots. McCartney
first began to attract attention when In
a stiff contest of nineteen holes he over
threw last veer's champion. Warren lilck-"
Inson of Dea Moines. A putt of twenty-five
feet gave him a hole which seemed hope
lessly lost, and Just to show that this was
not an accident he almost repeated the
trick on the next two auccenstve holes.
Then he met Bun Oulnand. Des Moines'
hopes of the championship with Dickinson
defeated rested In young Gulnand. the boy
wonder. In many reapects he waa the most
brilliant player on the links, but he showed
weakness against McCsrtney, whose ap
proaches were superb. Johnston of 8t.
Taul gave McCartney the hardest tussle
he had so far encountered In the semi
final. .Johnston showed symptoms of
nervousness at one or two critical points
and lost the match with a poor drive and
a poorer putt at the last hole.
Jaffray His Welllactoa.
McQartney met his Waterloo Saturday
afternoon only In the last half of the final
round, when he fell before Jaffray, the
big Minneapolis banker. Jaffray had also
met and overcome some redoubtable op
ponents In the first round h defeated
Thomas, who holds the course record of
seventy-five. L. H. Johnson waa easier,
but Hodge of Ksnsss City gave him a
In the semi-final round Jaffray met and
defeated Bprague Abbott, tbe star of the
Omaha Cftuntry club, who. In the qualify.
Ing round, with a high wind, had made
the only comparatively low acore of 141.
Abbott had again ahown hia prowess when
he overthrew Bend of St. Paul, who came
to Omaha with the biggeat reputation of
all the big contingent from the Twin Cities.
It was one of the misfortunes of the tour
nament that Bend should have been put
out In an. early round. Abbott, however,
was unsble to repeat th trick when he en
countered Jaffray. Hard work on the links
for several successive days was showing
Its effects, and Jaffray s victory was
largely due to his superior stsytng powers.
When Jsffrsy won the first hole from Ab
bott, th latter was visibly affected, and
when he won the third straight It wss his
Helpa Him ta th Last.
This quality again served him well In the
final against McCartney. McCartney
started out to win. At the end of nine
holes It seemed like the Denver man's
gam. . But Jaffray never lost his nerve,
but on the other hand, added a little steam
to his game. When the second half started
with McCartney one up, opinion was dl
and In tbe fourteen holea played in the
second half actually did alx of them better
Omaha was successful In winning two of
the cups, the directors' cup won by F. H.
Oslnes of the Country club, and the direc
tors' cup won by A. Lt Reed, also of the
Country cluh. "Mike" Thomas was runner
up for the consolation prise.
Visitors Praise Local Mea.
Before leaving several of the visitors
asked the newspapers to express their ap-
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1,1 club- ,ny
Be vera 1 or tne visitors who wer out or
th tournament spent the dsy on th Coun
try club links, as they said they had heard
of their beauty.
Plctare at JasTray.
The picture of C. T. Jaffray, champion
of ths Trsnsmisslasippl Qolf assoclstlon,
will be, found In th Illustrated Section of
The Bee. Through an unfortunate mis
hap the name was dropped from beneath
the picture,, but Mr. Jaffray'a picture Is
that one to which no nam I attached.
Mr. Jaffray la vice president of the First
National bank of Minneapolis, th lsrgest
bank In thst city, and says he prefers to
be known ss a successful bsnker thsn a
rilajer Defeats Beeaaer.
PIIX3ER, Neb.. June 21. tSpeclal. ) Pllger
beat Bcemer In an Interesting gam of bull
her yesterday. Score: RU E.
Pllger 1 0001120 -7 II
Beemer 0 01401100-414
Struck out: By Swsrta. ft; by Felman, I.
Wild pitches: By Swarts, 1; by Felman. 1.
fassed balls: By Hopper. I. by Harrises.
Batteries: Pllger, Serena and Hopper;
Beemer, Felman and Harrison. Time:
1 40. Umpires: Matheaon snd Rysa.
Mia fstlaa Defeats atlas Piaekasy.
LEICESTER. England. June 21 In the
final round of the women's single In th
open lawn tennl tournament. Miss May
Sutton of California today defeated Mis
pinckney. 4-9. 7-4.
la tha double, final round, R. F. aad H.
L. Doherty defeated Frank L. Rieely f
England and Krelgh Collins. 4-4. -, 4-1
St. Lals Half Chaaaplaaehlf).
ST. LOUIS. M.. June -Ralph McKIt
link of th (U. Louis Country club, by
dafestlnc Arthur Stickney In the final
match. I up snd 4 to play, won th oily
golf championship today.
Joaaa O. M.
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OMAHA WINS ONE AND TIES
Eomkei Take First of Donble-Header from
SECOND ENDS IN TEN-INNING DRAW
Koakallk is Poaadad Oat at Box
aad JteSeeley Saves Oaaaa by
Great Wrk an tha
The Rourkes took the first of an Inter
esting double-hesder with the Sioux yes
terday afternoon and came so close to get
ting the second, after a wonderfully
fought . contest, that only the calling of
the game after the tenth Inning saved
the Carney tribe from worse defeat. Both
games were filled with tnterestmg features
and kept the i.SOO fana on the gog all the
The Sioux got aboard In the first game
by tleing the Omaha acore In the fifth and
then working hard to overcome the lead
Pa'a boys later secured. In the second
game the lowsns took advantage r.f
Koukallk'a off day and slammed out nine
hits snd six runs before the end of the
third Inning. But when McNeeley re
plsced Kouksllk a hard fight waa on. Four
hits and no runs was all they did with
Mr. McNeeley after he cams In. And then
the home boys took sfter th Sioux with
McNeeley at the wheel. The Sioux score
of six runs was tied In th eighth amid
a pandemonium of cheers, and after two
more Innings of profitless playing Umpire
Keefe called the game on account of dark
ness, with the score to t snd a lot of
How the Faa Begaa.
The way the Rangers went sfter the
Sioux after the third Inning of the second
gsme.wss a caution. .Not only did they
land on Mr. Corbett for a few, but In the
field they kept the Sioux from making a
run after th third Inning. Take In that
fifth Inning of th second gam for in
stance: After two men wer out Certer sent out
a life and msde second on Meyer's had
throw. Howard followed suit and found
second base on a throw to home plate
to head off Carter, who stopped at third
on hi way areund the earth. Carter
scored when Perrlng went out st first and
Bassey sent out a fine three-bagger to the
right field fence, scoring, when t Runkle
followed with a single. Four hits and
three runs In the fifth.
Then things went along quietly for a
spell until the eighth, when the Rourkes
made two scores after two men went down.
That was when they tied th Sioux score
and caused the grandstand to tremble. Mo
Neeley started In by going out on a left
field fly and Carter ssw his finish at first.
Things were not looking overbrlght Just
then with two men up and two outs. Just
then Howard and Perrlng had a bright idea
wnicn they carried Into effect by sending
out singles to right field and getting to
the bases. Then Welch walked and tit
base wer full. Bassey cam to bat.
"Knock It out, Buster:" yelled l.om fsns.
And Buster did send ths ball out. Howard
scored, Sioux City Meyers made an error
and then Perrlng scored. Th soor wss
tied and two mn left on base. Then
Dolan went out.
Bat Mae Waa at th Helm.
Th Sioux tried with might and main
to wrest a victory In th second gam,
but McNeeley would not allow It.' Several
time they had Tnen on the bases at critical
parlods of th gam, but superb fielding
by the Omaha players did the business
On two or three particular occasions Welch
was conspicuous In pulling down high ones,
on Instance especially being a most has
McNeeley pitched In splendid form. H
did not pas a man and allowed but few
Carter mad on of th most noteworthy
plays In ths first game by throwing from
right garden to third base, wher Perrlng
received th ball In tlm to catch Tat
PHchr Patterson of th Bloux held th
Rangers down well In th first gam, while
Corn was more effective for th Omaha
team In th earns game. Bender and Bas
sey mad th only three-base hits of th
Th Omaha team won tb entire series
with th Sioux, not considering the tie
game, which will be plsyed off at som later
date. Th Denver team will be her this
Bender, c. ..
Carter, rf. ..
Welch, cf. ..
Bassey, If. ..
Dolsn, lb. ..
Runkle, ss. .
Corns, p. ...
T 27 10
Noblm, rf. .
Meyera. lb ..
Freeae, e. ....
Totals 26 I ft 21 f 1
Newton batted for Patterson In ninth.
Perrlng out in fifth; hit by batted ball
nuna n 0 0 1 0 0 0
Hits 0 1 1 I I 0 0 2
Runs ft 0 I I 0 0 0 1 ft
"s o 001101 1 ft
Earned runs: Omaha. 2; Sioux City, L
Three-bas hit: Bender. Two-base hits:
Do la a and Com. Stolen bases: Csrter,
Welch and Bassey. Flrat base on balls:
Off Corns, 4: off Patterson, 4. Struck out:
"7 v-orns, a; oy retteraon, 1. Left on
bases: Omaha, 9; Sioux City, 14. Double
play: RunKTs to Howard to Dolan. First
baa n errors: Omaha. 1; Sioux City, ft.
Hit by pttohed ball: Dolan and Tate. Tlm
tf game: 14. Umpire: Keefe.
Score, second game:
AB. R. H. O. ' A. E.
Carter, rf 4 1110 1
Howard, tb I 1 I 1 I
Perrlng. lb 4 1111
Welch, cf ft 4 0 ft 0
Bassey, If ft 1 ft 1 0
Doiaa. lb 4 I 1 aft I
4 and I
I aad i
t aad I
4 and I
4 aad t
' 4 aad t
4 and 1
4 III 1
Runkle, ss I 6.1 I I 1
Oondlng, c 11114
Knukalik. p 1 0 0 t 0
McNeeley, p. 4 0 0 0 1 0
Totals 41 t it 10 11 "i
AB. R. H. O. A. E.
Campbell. If 4 0 110 0
Noblltt. rf (00100
Meyara, lb 4 0 1 U 0
Weed. 2b I 1 1 1 1 1
Tate, rf. 5 1 I 0 0
Sheehan. lb S 1 1 1 4 0
Fro.t, ss t 1 1 0 1 0
Hess, c 4 11110
Corbett. p 4 0 1110
Total 41 i 1 14 t
Oame railed at end of tenth Inning on ao-
rount of darkness.
0 I f 0100-4
1 1 1 4 0 0 1 1 1-11
.2 14100010 111
Omaha. 4; Bloux City. i.
Bassey. Two-base hits:
Camnbell snd Hess. Stolen bsse: Perrlng.
Sacrifice hUs: Howard. Dolan and Oondlng.
First base on balls: Off Corbett, 1. Struck
out: By McNeeley, 1; by Corbett, 4. Left
on bssea: Omaha, 1$; Bloux City, 7. Double
plays: McNeeley to Runkle to Dolan:
Howard to Runkle to Dolan. First base on
errors: Omaha, 1: Sioux City, 1. Hit by
S Itched ball: Oondlng. Passed balls:
ondlng and Hess. Time of game: 1:66.
Dearer Mistreats Pitchers.
DKS MOINKS, June a. Denver won a
slugging match from Des Moines todsy.
Manager Doyle used three pitchers In an
endeavor to stop the slaughter, but was
unsuccessful. This waa the first victory
for Denver on the Des Moines grounds this
PO. A. E.
1 0 1
7 0 1
1 ft 0
0 4 0
if 11 1
PO. A. E.
1 i t
I i I
I 1 1
4 0 1
0 1 0
0 0 0
1 1 0 0-11
I 1 I 0-4
T. Smith, lb..
IS U 17
AB. R. i
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Clcotte. , p
Totals 17 4 U
Denver 0 16 0 1
De Molnea .........0 0 0 1 0
Stolen bases: Miller. Zalusky. McHale.
Randall. Two-base hit: Welday, Hog
relver, Caffyn, Randall. Reddlek, Belden.
Zalusky 2, Wright. Hits: Off f'lcotte,
1; off Manske, 1: off Miller, I. Double
plays: Andreas to Dexter to Towne; Red
dlek to Kngle. Bases on ballc. Off Msnske,
1: off Miller, 1; off Wright, 1. Hit .by
pitched bull: Clcotte, 1; Wright 1. Struck
out: By Clcotte. 1: by Manske, 3: by
Miller, 1; by Wright, 4. Psssed balls:
Towne. 1; Zalusky, 1. Wild pitch: Clcotte.
Time: 2:06. I'm pi re: Davis. Attendance:
Paeblo Wlas Iwatfeat.
LINCOLN. June 21 Pueblo batted out a
victory today, winning from Lincoln by a
score of S to 2. Both pitchers were hit
hard, but the fielding waa clean, and while
the visitors were sble to bunch their
smsshes on Jones, Stlmmel kept them scat
tered. The visiting pitcher had terrific
speed snd good control and never failed to
work himself out of a bad hole. Manager
Holmes of the locale Is on a tour of the
state in search of players. Score:
AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
H. PO. A.
1 1 1
Cook. If.. 4 1
McOilvray, lb 4 . 1
Bhugart, 2b 4 1
Melchlor, rf 6 0
Bader. cf 6 0
Elwert, lb ft 1
Flake, as 4 1
Meaaltt, C. 4 1
SUmmcl, p 4 0
14 17 14
Barton, lb ,
Zlnran, e ft 0 I
Jones, p 4 0 1
Totals 17 S li
Pueblo II 00(0001 0-1
Lincoln 0 1001000 0-1
Earned rune: Lincoln, 1; Pueblo. 1 Two
base hit: Cook. Messltt, Stlmmel. Stolen
bases: Collins, Ketchem, Cook, Bader.
Double plays: Jones to Flllman to Thomas;
Cook to Shugart. Sacrifice hits: Thomas,
Barton, Shugart, Flake. First base on
balls: Oft Jones, 1; off Stlmmel, ft. Struck
out: By Jones, I; by Stlmmel, I. Pasaed
ball: Messltt. Time: 1:60. Umpire: Mo
Carty. Attendance: 1.600.
StaBdlaaj at ha Tessas.
Played'. Won. Lost.
De Moines 47 11 11
Omaoa 48 27 21
Denver 61 28
Lincoln 60 22 28
Sioux City 44 21 24
Pueblo 49 II 11
Oames today: Denver st Omsha, Pusblo
at Des Moines. Lincoln at Sioux City.
Denver aad Oaaaha.
Bill Everett and his brown suit will be
the sttractlon st Vinton Street park thl
sfternoon, when he brings his Orlstlie
from Denver to wrestle with Pa's Col's
J' for the championship for the Western
0 ! league. Pa'a boys are on the win and If
1 ; enougn games ere wun w.i, ui "
I nant. At any rate great Improvement has
I been shown In the plsy and an Immense
crowd will be on hand this afternoon.
Grand Iaiand and Intervening points on
. the Union Pacific wllPsend a delegation of
J I rooters, which is expected to fill two see-
1 Hon. 80 It behooves the regulars to sgaln
1 j be on hand early to get the front seats.
Old Sport McHale will be there to help
"amuse, but the principal amusement will
be In winning the gsme. Monday will be
women's dsy snd tbe women will seise this
I opportunity sgaln to become acquainted
1 ' with the boys who wear the Omaha uni
forms. The lineup
Ha nee y ....
, Short ,
, Catch ....
. Pitch .
7 , Welch.;...
I i irwr.
Bartraad Elated Over Vletry.
BERTRAND. Neb.. Jun 23 -Special
Telegram.) The Bart rand Sluggera de
feated I-eilnrion'e feet salaried team
yesterday at Lexington, W te 9. Ths game
waa fast snd furious from start to finish.
Nlleaon, the famous University pitcher,
waa In th box for Lexington, but Bertrand
sluggers found Mm with ease, getting
eisht singles, three Iwo-baae hits snd two
ft I three-baggers. Atkinson talrled for Ber
0 trend snd succeeded In holding Lexington
Sdown to six hue. Bertrsnd ha a one of the
fastest amateur teams In Waaler K.
t"mt 1 vp -14 kolaa
Lam I at I ap
Mafaa 4 aad I
Sprague 4 up
Cady I as 9" kalaa
Moray I up 14 kalaa
Pores t and 4
(.oak lay dafaalt
4 aad I
breaks snd Is much elstad over this vic
tory. Batteries: Bertranrt, Atkinson and
McWhorter, lxlntton, Nlleson snd Level.
AVRPt AGF.S OF THR OMAHA TRAM
Baitlaar aad Fleldlatr far th Week
Shows Great laapravemeat.
Omaha took a brace last week and of th
sevengames played won Ave and tied one,
losing only the Sunday amnio at Pueblo,
wh'ch was due to a dust storm, during
which the ball was lost while two Pueblo
players circled the diamond. Klglit of the
regulars proved themselves terrors at the
bat. and all did a little something In the
line. In the field the same story was true,
but seven errors being charged for the
seven games. In brief, for the week the
team batting average Is .S3) and the fielding
average Is .071. which Is a pretty good
quality of ball, and about what we have a
right to look for from the Omahs teem.
Now that the boys have struck their gait,
a different story Is In sight for the Western
lesgue. I .a st year at this date the team
was batting . as sgalnst .tb now. and
was fielding .H ss sgalnst .444. The figures
for the season up to the present are:
O. A.R. R, H. Av. L.W.
49 174 3f 61 .110 .111
Team 4 1414 J 417 .24 .244
I FIELDING AVERAGES.
O. A. K. T.C. Av. L.W.
Sanders t W 0 S6 I t) 1
Fenlon 10 0 1 l.ono l.ono
Long to 11 1 M .Pro .Xtt
Oondlng 177 12 I 147 .44 .
Dolan 466 21 14 4P4 .04 .7
Bender 164 76 211 . .061
Rassey 96 11 6 111 .tfA Mi
Runkle 106 111 19 2M .977
Perrlng 71 121 1 KM .921 .416
McNeeley JO I JH .9?! .961
Welsh 97 9 114 .921 ,IM
Carter 64 II 4 72 .917 .94
Dodge 1 21 1 24 .917 .9"0
Koukallk ft 26 1 ill ,M .US
Howard 6s 61 19 16 .60 .966
Corns 1 17 4 21 ' .617 .142
Team 1281 617 122 2.020 . 944 . 939
FISNI.OS TAKES TATK'g PI, A CI".
Play Right far Caraey
Less frans Pa.
Right Fielder Tste did not leave Omsha
with Sioux City last night. Manager
Carney let him go and It Is understood ha
will Join some astern team In a minor
league. Fenlon, the University of Ne
braska boy, whom Rourke loaned to
Kearney, will take his place. Rourk still
holds the strings on Fenlon snd has only
loaned him to Carney.- Fenlon has been
Slaying left field for Kearney since leaving
maha and tins made good to a remarkable
degree. He hss fielded In slmost faultless
stvle and batted well. Rourke has never
questioned the msking of a good ball player
out of Fenlon. He has It In him and It Is
not Improbable, If he continues to expand,
he will be back with Omaha to strengthen
the tesm when occasion demands.
Soldiers Beat Railroaders.
The Fort Crook tesm detested ths Union
Pacific shops team at Fort Crook Ssturday
sfternoon. The pitching of Flnley wss
strong, allowing but seven nits ana striKing
out ten or tne snopmen. Murray piicneu
a good game, but hitting at the prowr
tlm won the game for Fort Crook. The
farrison generally turned out to root for
he team, which always hss good backing
In Its gsmes. Score:
Fort Crook 10010104 ft
U. P. Shop 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0-1
Batteries: I". P. shops, Murrsy and
Claire; Fort Crook, Flnley and Waller.
Iowa State la(ac,
MAR8HALLTOWN. Is.. Juns fSpe
elsl Telegram.) Iowa Stats lesgue results
Burlington, I; Marahalltown, ft.
Fort Dodge, 4; Oskalooss, 1 (thirteen In
nings). Wsterloo, 10; Keokuk. 7.
Ottumws, 12; Boone, 1
Cosad Wise fraaa Darr.
COZAD, Neb., June 11. (Special Tele
gram.) A lively game of ball was plsyed
here today between Darr -and Cosad, re
sulting In a score of 11 to I In fevor of the
boms tesm. The features of ths gam
r0U can buy Health Insurance
Several good " Accident "
Companies Mil It.
Sixty dollars par year will brlnf you
$25 XX) par week, (or every week you are
Sick. , I
But, your time alone may be worth far
more than that.
And $200 per week might not pay (or
That's why "Cascaret" Iniqrance which
prevents Slcknesa, la worth ten times as
much money as ether " Health " Insur
ance. Yet "Cascaret Iniuranee" will coat you
lesa than Ten Can la a week.
That fives you a "Vest Pocket" Boi
to carry constantly.
"Indlresrlon" means (oed eaten but
only partially digested.
"Constipation" means (ood retained In
the body undigested too long, till II decav.
It then supplies the poisons o( decay
to the system. In place e( the nourishment
It might have supplied.
- Isn't that a tremendous handicap worth
Insuring against ?
What does It cost to Cure Constipation
or Indigestion, with their train of small
and great Ills, and to Insure against s
return ef them?
Not so very much.
Ono 10 cent bos of Cascareta per week,
at most, perhaps half that.
On candy tablet night and morning,
taken regularly (or a short time, la war
ranted to euro the worst case of Constipa
tion ar Indigestion that walks the earth.
One tablet taken whenever you suspect
you need it will insure you against 90 par
cent ol all other Ilia likely to attack yon.
Because 90 per cent of these ills begin
4 and I
4 a4 I
I up 14 kola
4 ad I
I up 14 kalaa
4 and 4
wer fielding by Hinea and ths all areund
hard hitting and fast fielding of Cosad
Darr was strengthened bv !exlngtn a
salaried battery. Hlta: Cosad. 16: Dsrr.
. Struck out: By Retnhsrt, II; br Emery,
1; by Pfelffer. a. Batteries: Cosad. Rein-
hart and Atkinson; Darr, Emery, Fisher.
Pfelffer and West.
At runs opf.iis sprbd circ rr
Foar Thaasaad 1st Parses nana; Cp
far Meet Real Math.
AUBURN. Neb., June .-( Special. )-Th
opening meeting of th Nebraska Speed as
sociation will, be held in Auburn, beginning
July 10 and ending July 11. This is ex
pected to be on of th finest speed meet
that has ever been held In th aiate. More
good horses are experted to participate
than at any other opening of the associa
tion. Four thousand dollars Is to be given
swsy In purses. A purse of not leas thsn
1 400 for each harness rscs. money to b
paid at the stand st the close of each race
This Is a feature not often practiced at
Arrangements have been mad for spe
cial rates t Auburn.. There I a big effort
on foot to mako the big day at the races
the Omaha Ak-Sar-Ren day, and a special
train from Omaha to Auburn, with very
low rates. Said trsln to be known as the
"Omaha Ak-Sar-Ben Excursion." All sur
rounding towns have pledged their hearty
co-operation In msking this on th best
meet ever held In th state.
Together with the race ther Is to be
here one week, commencing with July I,
th Hendrlck-HMpley Carnival company,
which Is considered one of th best and
largest on th read today.
At Diets Park.
Th Starlight and Victors will play
against the . Diets Athletic association to-v
dav at Diets park, Thirtieth and Speuldlng.
First gsme between Starlight and Dun
Diet I A. Ass'n
And areas .
Orteb, Bowes.... Catch
Happy Hoar Beat Rally.
Th Happy Hour club won a ball gam
from th Holly Friday night by th er
of 4 to 2, McDermott made a beautiful
catch or C. Claire Una drive and Dough
erty did some grsndstsnd work at third.
Olbann's terrific hitting nearly broke up
the game snd drove C. Claire from the box,
but McAndrews fsred no better. Score:
H. H. club ...1 0 1 0 0 4 I I
Holly 0 64101-114
Batteries: Bell end E. Claire: C. Clair.
McAndrews and Spellmsn.
For game with th Happv Hour dub,
address Tom Cassldy. 1110 North Eighteenth
street, or teiepnon uougia sot.
Maaa far 0'"IV Place. '
ONAWA, la., Jun . (Spaclat. A. W.
Mann of Onawa. a stockholder In th Sioux
City franchise of th Western league, is
prominently mentioned by his friends as a
candidate for president of th jeatru In
esse Norrla O'Nell Is dismissed. Mr. Mann .
Is sn enthusiastic, base ball man ef wide
experience, and for anm years played with
the old Clinton Active and Is considered
something of a first baeemen himself. In
addition to his experienoe, he 1 poears4
of a "roll" that might prove convenient
Oraatd lalaad Dwae tha Saaslaar.
SCHVYLFR, Neb.. Jun M.-fSpeertal
Telegram.) Schuyler waa today defeated .
by the Grand Island team by a aoor of I
to 1. Stilts of Schoyier started ut to
filtch a good game, nut after th fifth
nnlng h waa continually bit bard. Soar:
Grand Island ..0 000041 1 t I 11
ttchuyler 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 01 I ft
Batteries: SchuyUr. Stilts and Smith:
Grand Island, Cre.nl and Tewnssnd. Tims
of. game: 1:. Umpire: Corbett.
Keller Beats Sprllagt Kaaard.
SPOKANE, Wash.. Jun 21 -Dan Keller
of the Multnomsh Athletic club. Portland,
Ore., won th loo-yard dash In th P. 24. A
A. meat today, tleing the world record
af 9 seconds and breaking th Peino
Northwest record of ten seconds
Oaaaes la Thret !..
At Springfield Springfield-Davenport, bo
At Cedar Rapids Cedar Raptda, I; Uloom
At Decatur Dubuque. 4; Deeatur. ft. ,
At Peoria Rock Island. 4: Peoria, ft.
If you hav anything fo trad advert)
It In tha For Eschang oolumn of .Tb
Be Want Ad page.
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