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TOE OMAHA DAILY BEEt MONDAY, JULY 9, ino.
PA'S BOYS BUXCn HITS
' Eonrki IribtfilnIIp But Ecsra at fiooi
Oity and Tttten Btttinc Avtrurw.
PACkTRS MAKE ALL THEIR RUNS IN NINTH
!. Rons and Get Horn af
! at Other
SlOfX CITT. la., July 9. -Omaha won
today's me by Undine on Jarrott for
fl run In tha limn Inning. Tha Ptrktri
ware nnsbl to hit Bander effectively until
tfce ninth Inning, when four lngle. two
arrora and a home run by Weed over the
center Held fence netted flv talllea. A
local firm offered a bog of lft-cent cigar
for awry hotna run hit made In todays
ame. Pairing, feaaeey and Oondlng car
ried away threa txrse and Weed of tha
locals goth tha fourth. Oondlng homer
scored two man ahead of him and cinched
tha game for "Pa" Rourke men. Scor:
Perring, 4b- ,
Haeeey, If ..
ttomling. c .
i-ong. ai "...
M. TO. A.
Campbell, If -.,
Bi.ee nan, rf-3b
v eeu. in
Meyer, lb ....
jsewlon, s ...
t nil, rf
IS IT U
t 11 15
, 'hattfu lor Sawyer in ninth
lmana 1 1 1 0 u
oiux Ci( . w u o u u
uturieu tun: nioux iny, 4; Omaha. I
u-iwm; nits: uityei. .iuwuii. Long,
i mini,. Kii.i. Oi esiiuit. n. tayer
ncie I (...a. .nu. .c.i. i, ivrfof)
JOIIOll.e,. Lii,f pmvn. .plu.. to e 'U
lo tetsXiV, S hi it- lo .Newton. .M'WtOII to
-jee.-. L.i'i.K iu In.aaiU to Doiun. Left
Ou iii. ti.A.A tn. i. Omai.u. b Stolen
)r; i'ji iti. . bnry. Mcriiife ill's:
..muing wj, Cnsi ueo on bars:
wvii, j, of. ftanoei. 1. fell nc
wuiri.Lt, i. by r..auei, ii. linie;
i. iiioui .. Vflx. Attendance, ii.ltAi.
F.vn Ilreak In Paeblo.
' ri 'KUIjO. 1.0I0.. July S.-I.1 a double
under In which heavy hilling by ootn
i.hiiih it leau.te. pueblo and Weaver
i'hc even looey, raurot was given poor
-iiuuon. whne iUjiiis was elieotivi! si
.iical plates in tn Ill-el game. The
lii'izsiies u.ok kl.idly to Kauri. i s offerings
liny in tne gume. Slid coupled with tne
wild tnroHi to hise iy tue Indians gnve
ilie viviiors a lead wnlch could not be
overcome. Adams struck out nine of the
liard-hitilng Indian and grew stronger
hh (he gsme progressed. Pan of the sec
ml tiame iim p.uyed In the rain, a short
Intermission bring tsken. The lienvere
loos a Iced 01 ilx tuns in the first three
innings and it looked as tnougli they
their perlormanoe. ocore.
lVnrer ; 7
Oames trxliv Omh el fUnut f'ltv. Des
Motnaa at IJncoln. Denver at Tueblo.
43AME9 M AMKItKA AfKCIATIOI
Makes It Three Oat rest.
(WMBrg. Julv .-Oroth kept Indian-
spolla from scoring todsy and Columbus
msae It tnree out or four on tne ri-.
Bine hlttlns was the frsture. Atheilon,
for the rietiors, snd Manager Cllnier of
Columbus were sent off tne nld. Score:
COLIMBI - INDIANA POLIi.
B.H.O A g. B H O A g.
Pl'livrlng. tt. I t rhinlMTT. rf. t
Aibnnn, In. lis
TMlmn. If. I 1
Hlme. lt... 4 1 II
I r.rr. If Jb... 4 11
Willltma. w. 4
Wr1lr. fk . i
Hlnthmtn, rf t
l oiilipr. If... I
Ktkm. lb.... I
rni. b I
Hnirvltt, m. 4
Blue, e 4
1 Porrr. rf ...
4 Mrr. lb.
4 Kihoe. e....
9 17 10 :HBoril ...
Batted for Hlckey In ninth.
Columbus 0 6 116
Indianapolis 9 0 0
fcrfiien base: Atherton.
Ototh. Mist base on balls
.14 t 14 II 1
Ort Uroth, I
0 0 0
0 0 0
oft Hlckey. l. Two-bane nil: Blue. iKiuble
piays: r'riel to Blue, Klhm to Uiue, Hlckey
to mines. Hit by pitclied ball: Hlnchman,
Couiter. Struck out: By Uroth, 5; by
Hlckey, 3. nalk: Hlckey. Time: 1:50.
Brewers Defeat Salats.
MILWAt KKK, July . Milwaukee won
three straight from t. Paul by pounding
biagie s curves to all corners of the lot.
The feature was the batting of Robinson.
MILWAL'KCg. IT. PAl'U
B.H.O. A g. B.H.O. A g
goblnton, M. 4
Orn. rt I
Mn hnney. If 4
btlkman, lb. I
Hemphill, et 4
Hotb. c 4
Clark, lb 4
M- urm'K, lb 4
iirtii, n I
Oeler. rf 4
8u(dn. lb. .. 4
1 lir, lb. 4
Krikk, If 4
Kuc k fld. h. I
I'kildan, lb... 1
I Kelny, ct.... 4
1 Drill, e 4
1 !, 4
Teult 14 II 17 II I Totals 11 III I 4
Milwaukee 111X0006 10
bt. t'aui 0 u 0 V 1 1 1 V 0 X
Twc-ouse hit: Green. Three-basa hils:
Itomneuri t.'), rateumn, Qeier. btoien base:
ire-n. rnet base on balm: nit Curtis,
v; ou Biagie, '. n't py pitched ball: 13 y
oiae, i, ny curtm, i. anuck out: lly
cuiin, b; uy UiKuie, 4. 1-elt on bases:
Milwaukee, t; bi. fuui, V. Time: l:oU.
Dlstllle'ra Wis Both Came.
LOUoull K Juiy . Uiulsvillu
on uotn games oi a uoubie-heuder lure
louay. in ue nrst game bom Btecner and
Bumon Vine baweu out of tne bos, r-l-lioii
and piati taking their places. In
lite second game ltnnehan was wild and
Hie Home team sx:orei ennugli runs in Hie
ill si iiiiiiug lo win. Liunkle held the vistt-
o.H kaic at ail times. A keiieaiional one
naim running eaten ny Haiiman was the
leu ui re. bcore, ntst game:
U.B.O A E. B.H O A K
in st game:
.1. Hmllh, is..
Moan, cf. . . a
tirthear, in. 4
Suitivan, In. I
Hvrwtn. rf . . . s
Moooruff, ib 4
fcnaw, r 4
NUiniao, ea. . 4
t.t..nr, k s
a,uwil, . . . . I
0 Nance, cf . . . . I
J. t lark., If. I
0 uamonl, aa. .. 4
1 June, rf I
1 hrutger. lb. I
u ivnalM. fb. ... I
v i larka, lb 4
Abbott, c I
tf suuhoff, p. .. I
v Piatt, p 4
PITTSBURG DEFEATS CHICAGO
First. Win Clou Game la Last Inoinc os
a Wild Tbrow.
NEITHER SIDE SCORES UNTIL NINTH
Both Willi nag l.aaggrea D
Flae Wark la the Baa
Haas Wagaer Steals
CHICAGO, July I -After eight Innings
of superb pitching and great fielding the
local gave. Pittsburg the game In the
ninth on a wild throw. A pass, a oarnflee,
a single and the error scored one run and
advanced the runners to second and third.
A long fly scored the second run and Wag
ner made It three by a clean steal horn
from third. Two singles, with two steals,
gave the locals their one run. Bcore: '
PITT bur a
B H O A B.
Beaumont, cf. I
Oanlrf, rt..,. I
Loach. If 4
Wainer. aa... 4
Ntalon, lb... 4
Sheahaa, lb.. 4
R It. hay, Ib... I
(llbaon, e. . . . I
a una. p t
Shatura. II. I
nulla, rf... 4
Chapoa, lb... 4
0 Stalntaldt, Ib 4
4 Tinker, as.... 4
0 Klini, e 4
1 LuoOf ran, p. I
dates they wotiM Ilk to fill end are anxious
to hr froni the Ptrollr snd K")al
Achates. Telephone Hatney 3211.
DIETS AMI tICTORS P,IT V. ICS
Kea Ip la Tea fast tiaaie al Diets
People who Journey down to Vinton
Street park seldom see two better s.smc
than were pulled off st ttt park Sunday
ftemoon In a dotible-hrsdcr with the
Victors. Splendid pitching snd sensations!
fielding were the festures of the day. The
Victors won the first game snd lMeti the ;
second. In the first gem, from the tsp
of the gong until th Inet hslf of the
ninth, with two men on bsss. Bowes
pulled down a line drive snd retired the
side, the spectators were treated to some
of the fstet bsll seen In many a day.
The second game was the IHett'e from
the stsrt. and. although the Victors tried
hard to tie the score. Mathews pitch
ing, backed by fast Holding, kept down
The Cherokee Indlsns are billed for two
games July 39. one In the sfternoon snd
the other by electric light In the evening.
Score, first game:
W. Kill, ss 3
Hlnton. 2b ..
H. PO. A. E.
2 2 3 0 1
I 4 U 2 0
0 0 0 0 0
0 V 2 0 0
0 110 1
0 0 2 1 0
0 4 -. a o 1
II 0 2 0
1 0 4 2 0
1 2 1 2 2
7 12 ' 5 11 6
Tuiala Jk It 17 11 1 Totala 34 J7 il 4
Louisvniv 2 4 u 0 1 0 2 0 0 10
luieuu u V 4 1 0 0 0 U 0 i
i no-base hit: W. Clarke. Three-base
lii is : tiHumun, Stovall, Miashear, Nance,
June, nioien httses: Wonoruu ui, Keiwiu,
tirasnear. rSut rim e hits: Bmsnear (.',
BiuvHii, Huliivan. Hallman. Mist base on
Iwiis: Oft Slecner, S; oir r.nlott, Z; off
Biiinoff, 1; ort 1'iait. 1. struck out: by
IStecncr, 1; ny buinoff, 2. Hit by pitched
bHii: By Elliott, 1. Wild pitch: bullion.
Louble plays: sjulnlan to ttrashcar to
Hulilvsn, buiiivan to Wutnlan, Juue to VS.
Clarae. Ueit on bases: louisvine, St. To
ledo, 5. Hits: ufl rttei-her in four innings,
u; orf Eliloit In hve Innings, 2; ort bullion
In rive Innings, 8; off 1 Ian in tour Innings,
. Time: l:oo. Cmpire: Owen.
Bcore, second game:
Hallman, If.. 4
Slovall. cf 4
4 Nanre. cf I
0 J. ( lark. I:. 4
a Hemont. aa. .. 4
) Juaa. rf 4
0 Krueier. b.. 4
0 Kiiaba, Jb 4
4 VV. I'larkr, lb 4
1 Lend, v 4
1 Mtnnlhan, p. I
1 0- 7
Welgert out, hit by batted ball.
ivenver 0 4 4 0 1 2 1
IHrblo 0 0 2 0 0 4 0
Stolen bases: Rsndall. Welgert.
viay. Two-bsse hits: Mrssut, Randall,
Russell, flchrant, Bader. Passed boll:
Hchrant. Btruik out: By Adams. : by
Kaurot. !. Hit by pitched ball: Reddlck.
I .ufl on bases: Denver. 1; Pueblo. T. Time:
1 ..". l"niplre: McCarthy. Attendance: l.ot.iO.
bcore, second game:
J. Smith, ss.
.Messltt,' c. ......
R. H. PO. A. K.
1 2 2 3 1
113 0 0
3 3 0 0 0
1 4 2 0 0
1 0 12 0
1 0 I 0 0
1 3 S 1 0
0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 0
"5 14 24 11 2
R. H. PO. A. E.
Total! I I 17 II 0 Touts II I 17 II 1
Pittsburg 00000000 33
Chicago OOOOOtOOl 1
Left on bases: Chicago, 7; Pittsburg, 3.
Two-bsse Uts: Stelnfeldt, Bheehsn, Wag
ner. Sacrifice hits: rtlsgle, Uanley. Stolen
bases; Kllng. Wagner, Tinker, Evers.
liuuble pley; tttelnfeidt to Evers to Chance.
Btruik out: By 1-undgren, 4; by Willis, 1.
Klrst base on balls: Off Lundgren, 3: oft
Willi. 2. Time: 1:66. Umpire: John
stone and O'Day.
t'laelnaatl glials Oat St. I.oals.
ST. IA3UIS, Mo., July 3. Cincinnati won
from the locals here todsy, 1 to 0, In a
pitchers' battle between Beebc and Weimer.
CINCINNATI. ST. LOITB.
Htisdna. Ib. 4 114 v Bureh. rf ... 4 1
Kallar. It I III 4h.nn.lt. lb.. 4 t 1
Seymnur, cf. I I I IShanaoo. It.. 4 111
Ualahanty, Ib 4 1 1 I SSmoot, cf....4 1 1 4 I
Lobart, aa.... 4 III I Noonan. lb . 4 Ilia
Hrhlet, lb.... I S 11 I t HoMMItt, lb. I 0 I I 0
Odarall. rf....l 1 I 0 tlradv. c I V 7 1 4
Llv'fXon. cl 7 1 DMiHrlda, aa.. I 111
Weimer, p... Becha. p I 0 114
MrCsrthjr, a. 1 1 I I
Totala 4 17 11 I
Totala II I 17 It 1
Cincinnati 00000000 11
Bt. Ixiuia 00000000 00
Three-base hit: Odwell. Sacrifice hit:
McBrlde. Double plays: Lobert to Hug
grne to Schlei. Hostetter to Bennett. Btolen
bases: Hugglns, Seymour (2), McBride,
Shannon. Hit by pitched ball: By Beebe,
1. First base on balls: On Beebe, off
Weimer, 1. Struck out: By Beebe, b; by
Weimer, . Left on bases: 8t. Louis, 6;
Cincinnati, 4. Time: 1:45. empires; Car
penter and Klem.
Standlag of the Teasaa.
Played. Won. Lost. Pet.
Chicago T4 61 23 . 6S
New Vork 70 46 25 .443
Pittsburg 71 45 Jfi .34
Philadelphia 7& : 3n .620
Cincinnati 74 3l 44 .406
Bt. Louis 7 29 47 .3i
Brooklyn t8 2ti 43 .377
Boston 73 20 47 .H66
Games today: Boston st Chicago, Brook
lyn at Pittsburg, New York at Cincinnati,
Philadelphia at Bt. Louis.
Hall :b ...
Camp, lb .
Tracy, ss ..
at nam, id
Young, p .
Victor 0 0
Diets 0 0
Attendance: 637. Time
Bcore, second game:
Hu.iter, rf .
Eldson, 2b ..
Strong, c ...
W. Kill, ss ..
Bowes, rf ....
Hlnton, p ....
Franck, 2b ..
Ramblers Wla Tea,
The Ramblers won a double header Sun
day at the Joe Duffy park. The first was
won from the Laurels snd the score was
9 to 4. Powers pitched for the Ramblers
and did well, allowing but six mattered
hits, while his teammates made thirteen.
In the second game the Transfers of Coun
cil Bluffs put up plucky work, but were
defeated S to 1. Ronan and Williams did
the battery work for the Ramblers and let
their opponents down to four hits. Batter
ies, first game, Ramblers, Powers and Re
gan; laurels, Buck and Christ. Score sec
base ou balia: ott T-Vf . r i, I "
nhan. 9. Struck out: k;kp.atrck, rf...
Totala. .....U 117 17 1 Totala 34 1127 11 8
Louisville 5 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 2-9
Toledo . ....2 0 1 U 0 0 1 9 I
Two-base hits: yutnlan, Kerwin, JuJd.
Three-base hits: Biovaii, iUilmau, Name,
J. Clarke. Stolen bases: Sunlvan. Wood
ruff, Brashear, Kerwin, Krueger. Bacrtttce
hit: stovail. r Irst
Dunkie, 1: off Minna
By Mlnnahan, 1. Double plays: Stovall to
Uulnlan to Brashear, Uuinlan to Brashear
to Sullivan, Brashear to yulnlan to Sulli
van, Woodruff to Branhear to Bulllvun.
Left on bases: Louisville, 4; Toledo, 4.
Time: 2:t. Cmpire: Owen.
Millers Shot Oat Park era.
KANSAS CITY. Mo., July 3,-Cgdwal-lader
held Kansas City down to four hits
today, while Swann was batted at opjair
tune times. Score;
MlN.NEArOUl KANSAS PITT,
AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
IJsmond, :tb 5 12 2 10
Corrlaan. ss 4 0 O 0 9 0
Williams, c 5 1 2 4 3 0
O'Neill, 2b 5 1 2 4 2 0
Collins, If 4 1110 1
Hwlft. cf 4 1 1 1 0 1
Cavanaugh, rf 4 1 1 3 0 0
Marsh, lb ...... 4 -1 1 11 I' 0
Ronan, p 4 12 110
Totals 39 3 12 27 1 4 1
AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
D.Sulllvan, If I
Fraaman, lb. I
Oramlnger. Sb 4
Hart, rl 4
Oyler, aa 4
Uraham, b.. 1
Yeager. c. . . . 4
Cadwal'dar, p 4
4 114 IPerrlna. aa..
114 SCaaaadr. If...
1 IS 1 0 Waldrua, rf.
14 Hill, cf
4 10 OSIattarr. lb.
14 14 i'hyla. b
14 4 1 Burka. lb...
I I I (I lahy, t
11 gtil. p....
tt 1 20 27 2
....1 1 3 4 0 3 9 0 -lb
Russell, Melcholr, Bader,
PmtlU. Three-base hits: Randall U), Wel
gart (2). Melcholr, Bader. Messltt. Home
runs: alusky. r'aurnt. Bases on balls:
Off Paige, I; off Morrison, I. Struck out:
By Paige, 1; by Morrison. 1: by Minor, 7.
Wild pitch: Morrison. Hit by pitched ball:
Minor, M-ssItt, MeHale. Double play: Mo
Halo, Smith and Zalusky. Left on bases:
Denver, Il Pueblo, lo. Time; 1:50. Umpire:
McCarthy. Attendance; l.tuO.
Llaeala Deleala Leaders.
DEB MOINE8, July 8. rtllman's sensa
tional stop and double play with Thomas
cut off a Dea Moinea balling rally Iu the
ninth and won the game wilh Lincoln hera
today. Tha so6r waa 9 to 1 It was either
team s game up to the eighth, when a pair
of costly errors, a base on balls and a
single gave Lincoln two score and a lead
of three. In the ninth th Champion
Started a batting rally. Caffyn opened with
a single and 8 hipke followed with a (Ingle.
Then Welday drove a low one and Flllman
made 4 sensational catch and doubled
Sclupk at first. Jack Doyle, who appeared
In tne -gam yeaterday tor the first time
snd hadthre hila out of three time up to
hi credit, flied to Barton and the gam
wa over. McKay pitched brilliant ball,
wbll Cloott waa wild. Bcore:
. AB. It- H. O. A. E.
Flllman. ss ............ 9 4 2 I 4
Ketcnum. cf IS
VrfullUn. ib 4 0 114
i SomaS. lb 9 . I 11 I
Colllns.-Tf 3 9 11
Fsnlon.' If 4 1110
Barton.' 2b v.... 4 9 4 3
Z.lnran, c 4 1 1 1 0
McKay p 119 0 4
Bchipke, lb .....
Dester. c ........
Hogretver, rf ...
. .1...... o
f 27 . 19
11. PO. A.
2 f 0
Total 13 9 11 27
Lincoln 1 9 9 1 9 4 4
lie Mollis 4 1112 0 9
Stolen baaaa: Ilogralver, Andrea. Me-
goon, Flllman, Kelchum. Three-base hit:
Collins. Double plays: Cloott to Andrea;
Quilling lo Thomas, Flllman to Thomae.
Ba-a mi bJU: off Cioolta, 2; off Mckar,
4 Hit' by pitched ball: By Cloott. V
Struck outt By (.lootte, t; by McKay, 1.
"lime: I.oa. I'niptra; Davis. Attendance:
ftaala af tbe Teaaii.
Plaad. Won. lst
Ia MiUa 96 4 Is
Omaha ,i.. v. ..,.,. 94 94
Totals 14 11 17 II 1 Totala II 4 27 14 I
Minneapolis 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 1 05
Kansas City 00000000 00
Two-base hit: Sulllvsn, Gremlnger. First
base on balls: Off Swann, 1; off Cadwai
lader, 2. htruck out: By Bwann, 5. by
Cadwallader. 'J. I -eft on bases: Minne
apolis, H; Kanvas City, 4. Double piny:
pnyle to Peirlnc to Hiatterv. WIM pitch:
Swann. Stolen base: Perrln". AValdron.
Hacnnce hits: Ureminger. Hart, Uraham.
Time: 1:40. 1 mplre: Kgan.
Standlag af Ihe Teasaa.
Played. Won. Iist.
6 24 10
Columbus 31 48
Milwaukee 7tt 44
Toledo 77 44
l.oiiievllle 77 42
Minneapolis ' 79 30
Kansas City 77 27
St. Paul 77 29
Indianapolis 76 27 -
Games today: Bt. Paul at
Minneapolis at Kansas City.
Roarke Tribe at Uraad Ulan.
GRAND ISLAND, Neb., July i.-(Spe-clal.l
Much interest Is manifested in the
gem on Wednesday next between 1'a
Kouikes Omaha leaguers and the local
Independent team. 'ihe latter has won
sixteen cut of the last twenty games and
Is regarded as the strongest independent
team In the state. Several of Its men have
been offered positions Iu the Iowa ritate
league, but the latter Is regarded by soma
of the amateur teams aa a school of de
tention rather than as a stepping stone to
better things, aside from wnlcli -salaries
here ar sure for th present yesr and
there is ronsidersble harmony and good
fellivwsMp In the bunch. Kearney also has
a very strong Independent organisation and
it has defeated Sioux City. 2 to 1 in the
only contest so far between any Western
league ajid any Independent club, imme
diately alter which Grand laland defeated
Kearney, 2 to 1. Iamver will play a gam
here on it next trip to the east.
Sterlings Wla from Soldiers.
The BterUngs defeated the Fort Crook
team for the second lime this season yestrr.
day by ihe score of 9 to 1. Both teams
played good ball, but Webb, for the Ster
lings, had the s ildlers at his mercy at all
times, striking out fourteen of them, and
getting nice support from his entire team.
Hochvfurd did good work behind the bat.
Scort R. H. E.
Sterling 1 2 9 1 2 4 0 9 9-9 10 X
Fort Crook... 0 0 0 9 0 0 0 1 01 7 j
Batteries: Fort Crook, I'mberuack and
Waller; Sterlings, Webb and Kocheford.
Krags Defeat Stars.
Tha Krugs defeated the Btorg team Bun
day. Th features of tbe gam were th
pitching of English, striking out sixteen
men. and th bom run of Stilling. Score:
Krug 1 0 1 9 0 1 1 9 1-10
Btorg 4 9 9 1 1 9 9 9-1
Batteries: Krugs, English and Bweaney;
Blurs. Trout and Good.
rifteea-laalag 11 Gaaa.
CEDAR CREEK. Neb., July . (Speolal
Telegram. A warmly -conieated gam of
ball between Cedar Creek and the famous
Skylights waa played her today, ending
in a tie at th end of the fifteenth. Inning.
Bcore, T to 1. Game called ua account of
making train. Bcore:
Cedar Crk ....2 4499191190999 1-7
Skylight 9 9419109194999 1-7
American Laaga tiaaaes Today.
nhlraso at Boslon. Bt. Louis at New
:it York. Detroit at W asulngton, Cleveland at
j phlldi. hl.V
Struck out: By Ronan, 4: by Cravlnger,
1. Bases on balls: Off Ronan. 1; off Crav
lnger. 1. Two base hits: Collins, Williams,
Ronan, Cavanaugh. Marsh. Three bae
hits: Cravlnger. Double plays; O'Neill
to Marsh, Peterson to Carpenter. Cmpire:
Kennlson. Time: 1:30.
HOIXY9 AMI ORIGINAL", WISXERS
Former Beat Coopers and Latter
Nonpareils at Vision.
Vinton street park was the scene of a
double header Sunday afternoon, the Hollys
winning from the Omaha Coopers and
the le-Glass-Andreesen winning from the
NonDareils. The opener was a hummer and
required ten Innings to settle, while In the
second game tne old uriginais naa a wsik
The first gsme stood J to I In favor of th
Coopers up to the ninth, hut after two of
the Hollys ware out Kelly walked snd
Meehan put the bsll to the fence for three
sacks, in tne nrst or tne tentn an ascen
slon of the Hollys gave the Coopers a lead
of two, but In their half the Holly piled
un three on a hit. a bunt, an out and two
errnr. The feature of the game was the
work of both pitchers, score:
R H E
Hollys 1 00000001 1-6 41
Cooper 1 01000000 24 o
Batteries: Bunnell and Spellman; Mason
The Ie-Glass-Andreesen team defeated
the Nonpareils In a one-sided game. The
feature of the game was the great pitching
of Adams for the I.ee-Glass-Andreeeen
tesm, he striking nut sixteen men and al
lowing one hit. Bcore:
le-Glass-And n ...0 0090041 10
Nonpareils 0 00 0 0000 11
Batteries Adams and Kaar; Lynch and
Gold Taps Win In tbe Twelfth
The Coronas were defeated In an Inter
esting game of ball at Jetter park Surfflay
afternoon. Th game started out to be
slow and ragged, but after the fourth In
ning It was the fastest and best one wit
nessed there this sea eon. The special
feature of the game wa th pitching of
Hanty Coiner, he navlng struck out thlr
teen, passed no one and allowed but two
bits In the eight Innings he threw. Score
R. H. E
Gold Tops 4X01100000 19 14
Coronas... 10 0 4 0 0 0 1 4 9 0 08 8 I
Home run: Crandall. Three-base hit
Rando. Two-base hits: Murphy, Kennedy,
Van Cleve, H. Hlnkle. Struck oul: By P,
Hlnkle, x; by comer, a: Dy Murpny. i; t;
Hoaatts. 6. Bsse on balls: Off Hlnkle. 2
off Murnhy. . Hit by ball: By Murray. 2
by Bogatts, 1. Baterlea: Gold Tops, Hlnkle
Collier and Flniey; Coronas, Murphy, lio
aatts and Mockay.
Next Sunday th Gold Top will meet
Harry Sage Sterlings-
Lincoln Groeer Win Close Ganae.
BERTRAND. Neb.. July I. (Special Tele
gram. Before an Immense erowd the Lin
coin Grocers took the third gsme from Ber
trand by a score of 1 to 0. The feature of
the sain waa th pitching of Bchmitl. al
lowing but one hit. Be.'trand failed to get
a man farmer man second oaae. score
R H E
Lincoln 9 0091900 0-1 9
Bert rand 0 0 4 9 9 9 9 9 0-4 1
Batteries: Lincoln. Bchmltt and Cookus
Bertrand, A. Bellamy and Masters. Two
base hit: Bchaefer. Tim: 1.15.
Ganae In town Stat Leagae
MARSrtALLTOWN, la.. July I -(Special
lit in lowa Bta
Telegram.) Results In
Burllnaton. 6: Oakalt
Marshalltown. 4; Fort Dodg. 0.
Ottumwa, 9; Keokuk. L
Waterloo, 9; Boone, 1
Dlaasoada Defeat Stock Yarda,
In a game full of hitting and running the
Dlamoud defeated the Block lards team
bv th score of 17 to 1. Th Diamond
Melded aa well a they batted and pulled off
a fast double pier. Wlnsaow's work la th
box wss also very good, allowing but two
hit. The Diamond bava nveral opn
0 112 0
0 0 4 0 0
0 0 0 0 0
0 113 2
0 1 13 2 0
0 10 14
1 1 1 0
0 10 2 2
0 0 0 0 0
T 1 27 11 4
R, II. TO. A. E.
0 0 2 2 0
0 16 3 0
0 2 10 1 1
0 II 1 0 0
0 0 10 0
0 12 10
0 0 10 0
0 0 2 2 0
0 0 4 1 0
"o 7 27 12 1
0 0 0 0 1 0 01
0 0 0 0 0 0 00
AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
2 0 2 0 0 0
1113 2 1
4 112 2 0
3 9 1 8 0 0
, 4 0 0 8 0 0
,., 3 0 0 5 0 0
2 0 0 2 4 0
3 1 0 6 0 1
3 1 0 0 3 0
27 "t 5 27 11 2
AB. R. H. O. A. E.
4 0 0 2 1 0
4 0 1 1 0 0
4 0 0 0 1 0
4 0 10 11
4 118 0 1
, 8 0 0 2 2 0
4 0 1 4 1 0
4 2 8 1 1 0
4 0 0 1 0 0
35 3 7 24 7 2
0 "0 3 0 1 0 0 0 04
0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0-3
Time: 1:27. Vmplre:
Fremont Win from Kenrney.
rrn rvin'T Neb.. Julv S. (SDeclal Tele
gram.) Fremont did up Kearney lif good
Bhape this afternoon. The Kearneys took
kindly to Hunter's curves In the tlrst half,
but after that they could not bunch hits.
rl. fr. C.
.0 0 0 4 0 2 1 1 1-9 13 3
.3 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 5 14 14
Bv Hunter. ; by Harwood,
Fremont. Hunter. Bradley
and Shea; Kearney, Harwood and Zalusky.
Home runs: Richt and sura.
Fast Ten-Inning Game.
Th Continentals won an excitlns ten-
inning game from the , Americans Sunday
by the score of 6 to 6. McAndrews not
onlv pitched a great game, but tied the
score In the ninth Inning by a two-bsse
hit. With the score 5 to o in tne lenui
Inning Murphy walked, stole cconu ana
third and scored on New-bank's hit. Score:
Continentals 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 2 1-H W 5
Americans 2 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0-5 9 4
Batteries: McAndrews and isewbunks,
Dlnney and Horace.
lnteratate l.eagae Disbands.
FORT WATNE. Ind.. July 8. The- Inter
state Base Ball league, wmposed of Fort
Wayne. Marlon, Anders- ana ivoaoino,
Ind; Lima and Marlon, O., went out of
existence tonight. The inability to secure
a successor to Flint. Mich., on the cir
cuit and the failure of the Bay City. Mich.,
club caused the suapension or tne league.
President Dkkerson announced tonight
that the leHgue finances are in gooa snap
and that all debts will b paid.
Grand Island Detent t. P. Shops.
nnivn tar.AVn Neh . Julv 8. (SdccUI
Telegrsm.) Grand Island played all ai.iund
the Omaha Union Pacific shops team today.
Score: . .
Omaha 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 o- I j s
Grand Island. .3 0 1 0 4 0 4 2 -! 14 2
D. ....,. Omaha Rerchard. Scully Slid
Clair; Grand Island, Coykendall and Town-send.
Games In Three-1 Leagae.
At Bloomlngton Bloomlngton, 7; De.
catur, 4. , . ,
At Peoria ripringnein, ; r-eoria, a.
At Rock Island Davenport, 2; Rock Isl
At Cedar napias eaar napiui, i, fu-
Holmes Bros. Win.
The Holmes Bros.' team defested the Red
Elks in a close game of ball by the score
of 13 to l;i Sunday. - Batteries: Holmes
Bros.. Prelsman, II. Rosecrani and Mannl
gan; Red Elks, Grube, Green and Hutch.
MF.KTISG OF GYMXASTIC INIOX
F.mll Hoeeheetei1 of Chicago la Elected
NrtriRK. N. J.. July R The biennial
of the North American Gymnasium union.
better known as the Turners, was canei
to order here today with about ISO dele
aratea nraaent. Herman Lieber of Indian-
a nulla nresldent of the executive commit
tee 01 tne union, Brier auumnnni inn nii-
nnnl renort addressed the delegates. Rob
ert Nix of Indianapolis reported on the
work of the executive committee during ire
past vear. telling of the success of the
seminary conducted by the union st Mil
waukee for the education of teachers of
Officers were elected SS follows:
Prextdent. Emil Hoerhester of Chlcsgi
vice president, Heinrlch Metiner of New
York; first secretary. August Buchholtg of
Pittsburg; second secretary, William F
Kramer of Dayton. O.
Track Meet nt Travers Island.
NEW YORK, July 8. The national Ami
teur Athletic union championship com
mltte. of which James E. Sullivan of
New York is chairman, announced today
that It hoe been decided to hold the Junior
and senior track and field championships
of the Amateur Athletic union of the
United States at Trovers Island, tha out
door home of the New York Athletic club
ihe seniors' to be held on September 9 and
the Juniors' on Thursday or Friday pre
Ho Blamed tha Frog,
James Wilson, the secretary of agricul
ture, waa discussing a rather antiquated
kind of farming.
"It is about aa profitable and logical," he
said, "as the westher reading of a Connec
ticut farm hand I used to know. This farm
hand claimed that h could read the
weather Infallibly. On a walk with me one
afternoon a frog croaked and he said: ,
" 'Wo will hav clear weather for twenty
four hours. When a frog rroaka in the
afternoon you may be sure of twenty-four
hours of sunshine.' We walked on, and In
twenty minutes or so a heavy shower came
up. and w were both drenched to th skin.
" 'You ar a fin weather prophet,' aald
I, aa w hurried homeward through th
downpour. 'Yorf ought to be ashamed of
" 'Oh, well,' said tha farm hand, 'the frog
11 d. It's to blame, not me. Am I respon
sible for th moral of that particular
frog?" Philadelphia Record.
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