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THE ' ..OMAHA DAILY BFE: TTirRSPAY. .TTJTT 12. 190B.
CHIC1G0 WINS FROM BOSTON
Tiotk Pitchers Are Effectivs Except in One
1UBS SCORE TWICE IN FOURTH
Dablea by Batea anal Howard
la the !tlah Give Braa
Eaters Their Only
CHICAGO. July 11 Dorr.er and Taylor
were both very effective ricept In nn in
ning earh. Chance wi hit hy a pitched
ball 'in the fourth, coring on Stelnfeldt's
triple, the latter . ecorlns; on Tlnker'a lilt.
Doublra by Rates and Howard gave Boston
one In the ninth.. Score:
In four and one-third Innlnr"; on Richie,
In three and two-thlrde Innings. 8:olen
bas'-e: Noonan, IJ'irch. McKrlde. First
baee on balls: Off Diuhot, t: off I'lttinajrr.
I. Struck out: By Druhot. by I'lttlntier.
1: lv Rlrhle. 1. left on basee 8t. I-ouls.
I: I'hlladelphla, 10. Time: 1:5S Umpire:
gfanallaai of Ihe-Teaaie.
Played. Von. Ixist.
Chlcai 77 R3
New York 71" 4 !7 .UK)
Plttsburir. 7S 47 ! .627
Fhllsdeli.hla 77 4" RT 618
Cincinnati 77 1 4 . 4J6
Fit. Louis 7S o K .3KJ
Hn.oslyn 7S ?S .M
Bunion 76 T 49 .J.w
Games today: Boston at Chicago. Brook
lyn nt I'lttaburK, New York at Cincinnati.
Philadelphia at St. Louis.
excelled wi'h the stir. The' asms team
play here strain tomorrow. Score:
n. ii. ri.
Fremont 1 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 i 10 J
Harvard 0 0 o 0 0 1 0 1-2 i 4
Struck out: Ft Bradley. ; by Nestle-
bush. 2. Baee on bells: Off Frsdlev. i;
off Neetlebiish. 2. Kstterles: Nestlebnsh
nnit Una;, Bradley and Shea. Attendance:
M. - -
B.H.O A t.
lift. It II nrMwrll. m
B H.O E.
0alr, cf . .ft I I 1 Tenner, lb.
Sfhult.. rf... 4 111 IBr.ln. lb.,
rbaix-s. Jb... I I Ultra, cf ...
Hoffman. lb .O 1 A 0 HowaM. It.
Slnfel4l. lb I I 1 I 0 Oalan. lb...
Tlnat. ss. .. I 1 I I Bron, e...
K'srs, Is I 0 4 1 PfiW. rf..
Moran, e I 0 I 1 0 Dorn.r. p .
Tutor. p I 004
Totals U M I 0
Total 14 I 37 II
ChWPo 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 -2
Itoaton .....0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11
lft on haees: Chicago. 7; BoKton. 6.
Two-basa hits: Fatee. Howard. Three-base
hilar Btelnfeldr, Tenney. Sacrifice hlta:
Geaeler. Tinker, Btemfeldt. Stolen bass:
linker, Hlejjle. Ioble play: Kvers. Tinker
and Chance. Struck out: By Dorner, 6.
Banea on balli: Off Taylor, 2; off Horner, 3.
Hit with ball; Chanca. Time: 1:40. Umpire;
O Day. it
Frees Break in nttsbarg.
PITTSBl'RO. July 11. The Pittsburg; and
Brooklyn teama broke even In a double
header ' today. Brooklyn look the fire
game because of a batting atreak In the
slsth Inning, scorina; three runa on three
singles and a triple. In the aecond game
I'lttxniira; had little trouble In winning.
Brooklyn Wanted many big hlta and could
only score one run. The locals hit F-on
opportunely In tha fourth, filth and sixth
Inning Score, first game:
' fl.H.OAE. B.M.O.A.B.
Maimer. ef..4 1 1 0 0 Beaumont, cf. I 0 4
taaey, lb 4
Lumlay, rf. 4
Jordan, lb.... I
Bitter, lb.... 1
Alpsrman, lb 4
IawIi. m 4
Huramnl, If.. 4
Baraen. t. ... I
Mclntrre,. p.. I
0 Watnar, at.
C Niwlnn, lb.
0 rlilpa, c...
- Totali. .....II 117 17 I
ToUla 14 t 17 t 1
Brooklyn 0 0 0 0 0 S 0 0 0-3
rittabura; 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 01
Two-baae hlta: Oanley, Jordan. Sacrifice
hlta: Clarke, leacli, Phelpa. Ieineld. Lxmble
lay: wergen, iwia and Mclntyre. Time;
l mpirra: t onway and h,tnBlle.
Score, aecond game:
B.H.O A K ' H H O A E.
HtMKI H THK WE4TF.R1 MVIKI'I'!
linmplona Win from Moaa. by Hcor
of Five a One.
PIOCX CITY. July 11 rcs STnlnt won
tod.ix'a ifnrne in the Second Inning, when
they"Unded on Corbett for two two-bagr
and two elnglea, ne'tlna; three runs After
that Corbett ecttled down, keeping the
hlta ecattered except In the fifth, when
lVa Moineg scored two more. Sioux Plty'e
lone acore was made In the fourth, when
Nobllt ran In after a long fly had been
catiaht In center field MKlcr pitched n
good gam-, allowing only seven hits, wh'cli
were wed scattercn prom:
AB. R. H. PO. A. K.
4 0 1 2 0
5 10 27 13
1 " 1
2 . 0
Beaumont,' lb 4
Gaoler, rf.... 4
I lark. If..
OMalnner. cf.. 4
OCaattjr, lb 4
0 Lumlar, rf . .. I
OR liter, lb 4
1 Alperman, lb 4
0 llummil, If. . 1
0 lewla, as I
OHergan, c I
OKaaon, p I
34 1 7 17 13 3
.... 0 S " 2 0 0 " k 6
...0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 01
fllotix Cl'y, 1; Ilea Moines.
4. Two-base hlta: Sheehnn. Frost, Dexter.
Hogriever. Three-base hi!: Weldny. Iouhle
playn: Campbell to Meyers: Corbett to
Newton to Meyfrs. Left pn bates: Sioux
City, 7; Pes Molr.es, 3. Sacrifice hits:
O'leary, Magoon. First base on biHs: Off
Miller. 1. Hit with pitched ball: Wehlay.
Struck out: By- Corbett. 1; by Miller, V
1'iiKned ball: l)exter. Time; 1:27. Umpire:
Lavls. Attendance: 600.
atandlna of the Teama.
Flaved. Won. Lost. Pet.
Des Moines .......... (W 4N ?1 .70;
Omaha m 36 3T .545
Denver fi9 3 33 - .5
Hloux City tW ' i - 38 .441
Lincoln ' M, : 40 - .41
Pueblo 67 26 . Mi
Onmes today: Omaha at Denver. Des
Moines at-Sioux City, Lincoln at Pueblo.
itnahan. cft4 f I
ana. r ... -l a-
aana, lb.. I till 0
Total! 10 10 37 20 1 Totalt II I 24 11 I
rtttaburg 0 0 0 2- 1 2 0 0 i
Brooklyn 0 0 0 0 1 U 0 0 01
Two-base hlta: Rltchey. Maloney, Ium
ley, Alperman. Three-base hits: Alper
man. Hummel. Sacrifice hits: Nealon, Wag
ner. Double plays: Kltchey to Nealon to
Gibson; Wagner to Nealon. First base on
batle: Off Willie, 1; off Keaon. 1. Struck
out: By Willis, 3. Time; 1:36. Umplica:
Kmslle and Conway, ,
' Cincinnati Wlaa la' Klevenlh.
CINCINNATI. July 11-ClnclnnaU won
today in the eleventh Inning py acoring
on. two singles ana a. wild pitch after two
men were out. There waa considerable
fault found with the timnirlne. Kowermun
being benched In the first. inning and Dev
lin in tne eleventh. Mertes lilt a home
run to fight In the eighth, tlelng the score.
UNC1NNATJI.. ,., NKW YORK,
H.H.O A.I. B.H.O.A.E.
Husaisi. lb.. 4 0 14 1 Rraanahaa,
Biasl. If 4-1 0 O. 0 Straits.
Saynoar. cf.,1 I 1 M'U,
Juda. rf 4.1 I 0 )lrlM, If.... I I I 0 0
ixai. in l 1 17 o iDahlan, aa., I
IieUKanty, Ibl 111 0 lTlln. lb ... I
Inbtrt, aa.,.. K'l t'4 0 McUraw, lb. . 0
Srhlal, c.'..., 4 I I 0 OOllbart, lb.... 4
l;r. p...'. I 0 1 4 1 Marahall. c.
Wllua, p 4
Total! M III14I
i T4t!ll 17 4SI 11
Two out when winning run scored.
Cincinnati 0 0 0 0 0 1 10 0 0 l-3
New York: 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 02
Two-base hit: Strang. Three-base hit:
Plegle. Home run: ' Mertes. Sacrifice hits:
Fraser, Devlin, UHDert, Htnlen bases: Hug
gins. Seymour. Delehanty, Hresnahan,
Marahall. Double play: Seymour to Dele
hanty. Struck out: By Fraaer, 2; by
Wlltae, 2 Firat base on balls: Off Fraser,
6: off Wtltse. 4. Wild pitches: Fraaer, 3;
Wlltse,' 8. Time: 1:40. Umpires: Klcm and
St. I.oata Reaia Philadelphia.
ST. LOUIS, July 11. Druhot woe effec
tive agatnat Philadelphia today and tit.
loula wpn easily,. 6 to 2. Score:
ST.' LOt 18. PHILADELPHIA.
. B.H.O.A.E. B.H.O.A.E.
Burrh, rf 4 1 1 0 OThnmaa, rf...l 1 I 1 0
Bmaatt, lb... 4 III OOleaioa. tb .. S 1110
Sbaanon. If., t 1 10 0 Tltua, rf I 110 0
Smoot. cf....,l 110 OC'nney, Ib-aa I 0 110
Noonan. If... 4 11 IHiih. It i 0 10 0
HoatMlar. lb. 4 I 4 0 Loolln. M....I 1 1 C 0
Murray, a.... 4 1 T 1 0 Hramflald. lb 4 1 10 0
MrBrlda, aa.. 4 Oil 0 Doom. e-lb... 4 1110
Druhot. p.... 4 1 0 0 0 Flttlnaar, p.. I 1 0 0
Donoraa, e...l 0 110
Total! U U 17 10 0 fcirbla. p 0 0 0 0 0
Dutfloby ... 1 0 0 0 0
Tulali U I 14 11 o
Batted for Richie In ninth. v
St. Inils 0 0 1 0 4 0 1 0
Philadelphia 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 02
Earned runs: St. Louie. 6; Philadelphia,
1 Two-base hlta: Plttlnger. Dooln, Brans
field. Three-base hlta: Hostetter, Bennett.
Sacrifice hit: Bmoot. Double play: Mc
Brlde to Bennett. Hlta: Off Plttlnger. I
bEAIilKRS WIN FROM GRAM) ISLAND
Kelly Welsh Holds Omaha Down to
Mne HHa, HovVever.
GRAND ISLAND. Neb., July 11 (Spe
cial Telecram.) It was anybody a game
today until the Jast man waa out. Grand
Island finding Avers with ease. Jirrtir
by. Welsh and Ryan In the fourth' savel
tho leaguers from defeat. The fieldlni;
work of Welch of Omaha and the stlcH
work of Ryan, Fleming and Comtlng wii
the features. Attendance: . 1.400. score
OMAHA. GRAND ISLAND.
Carter, si.... 4
Howard, 2b. . . 4
Perrlna, lb. .. 4 '
Welch, rf 4
Baatey. If..'..' 4
(longing, lb. i 4
Hora. c. . . . 4
M-Nlry, rf. 4
Ayara, p 4
1 llllla. cf....'.
OKroell, as ...
0 Grant. If
Tntala. 10 I X7 13 1 Tolsla.. II 11 27 1!
Omaha 0 0 0 0 4 0 1 0 0
Grand Island 1 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 01
Karned runs: Omaha, 1: Grand Island
4. Two-base hits:. Gondlng .(21, Kya.
(2). Grant. Townsend. KacrLnoe hits: car
ter, Mills, Corbett (2), Graham., Welch
Stolen base: Fleming. Struck OW.1 HP
Ayers, 5; by Welsh. 7. Left on base
Omaha. 4; Grand Island, 7. Umpire
OAMRS THK AMKB.ICA tKACl'K
nod Illttlnc ' r.lvea rhlladelphlra an
F.asr Vletnrr Over Clerelaad.
PlULDi:'LPHIA. July ll.-Good hitting
gave Philadelphia an easy viciory " "i
levels nd todav. wacinen purn'ii mei
ln.s hall and the visitors were never dan-
B H.O A E
t'roM. as ...
B HO A V
4 10 0 0
4 110 0 Fllrk. rf....
. S I I 0 0 Bay rf
.4 1 0 Turner, is...
.41100 Lalnle. Jb...
. 4 0 I 0 (I SiotsII. lb..
.10 10 0 Jarkaon. If ..
.10 4 11 Branlay, lb.
.40 1 10 Brmla. e
.10 0 10 Tnwnaenil, p
M 4 17 7 I
Totals M I 14 10 I
Batted for Townsend In the ninth.
Philadelphia ...I 0003100-
Cleveland 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01
Left on bases: Cleveland, R: Philadelphia,
Stolen bases: l.rd. Seybold. Cross (2,
Davis. Two-base hits: Fll'-k, Bemis, Hart
sell. Three-base hit: Lord. Sacrifice hits:
Bradley, Cross. Waddell t2). Double play:
Turner to Stovall. Struck out: By vaa-
dell. 4; by Townsend, i. First base on
balls: Off Waddell, 1; off Townsend. .
I'sssed ball: Bemis. Wild pitch: W ad-
II. Tlme: 1:35. Umpires: Connor and
Connolly. . v .
Chicago Wlna Both Gamea.
BOSTON, July 11. Chicago won both
games today, 2 to 1 and to 0. The first
was a pitchers battle, wnicn went to me
visitors when they bunched two hits with
pass In the eighth. Chicago -won tne
second game easily, Boston playing poorly
t the bat and In the held, o lelll waa put
Out of the game for protesting a decision.
Stove, - first game:
Harm. If 4 1 0 1 0 Parent, as 4 1 1 10
Jnne. cf I 1 1 0 OPtahl. rf..... 12 110
Ialll. 2b I 1 1 I lHoey. If 4 1 I 01
Davla. aa.,... 4 111 0 Kerrla. Sb.... I 0140
Donohue, lb . I 1 II OOndwIn. 3b... I BIO
O'Neill, rf... 4 0 0 0 0 ll.ydan. rf . . 4 0 2 0 0
Hart, c 10 10 0 Freeman, lb. I 3 11 0 CI
Sullivan, c... 1 1 9 0 OArmbruater, c I 1 I 3 0
Tannthlll. lb 4 1 0 I 0 Young, p I 0 0 1 0
Altrotk, p.... 3 1 I' 6 0
Total! 20 7 17 IS 1
Totals II' I 27 17 I
Chicago 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 02
Boston . . . . : 0 0 0 0 0 1 ( 0 0-1
Two-base hits: Freeman. Tannehlll, Jones',
Sullivan. Jshell. Three-base hit: Donohue.
Sscrtflce hits:; Stahl.- Donohue. Isbell,
Godwin. Double plays: Parent to Frew-
man: Davis to isbell try IHnohue. First
base on balls: Off Young, 2; off Altrock, 3.
Struck out: By Young, 2; by Altrock. 3.
Wild pitches: Altrock, 2. Balk: Young,
lime: 1:46. umpires:
Score, second game:
llahn. If 4 10 0 IParent, aa...
00 Stahl. rf
0 0 Hoy, If
1 0 Kerrll. 2b...
0 Godwin, . lb. .
0 Havden, rf . .
0 Freeman, ' lb
Double play: Brashear to Qulnlan to Sulli
van. Struck out: Bv Kenna. 5; by Kilrov.
g First bae on bails: Off Kenns. 7; off
Kllmy, 3. Wild plt.-ni Kllroy. Ix-ft on
baes: Ixulsvllle, 6; Mlnneipolls. 7. Time:
1.4j. Umpires: Ijingley and Sullivan.
Hrtnalera Wla aa Krrora.
MILWAUKEF.. July ll.-Srrors at crlM
cal stages lost the end of the series with
Indianapolis todsy by a score of 6 to 4.
Kelluln was effective with men on bnses.
B H.O. A E.
DanlMry, rf I 1 I 0 0 KnVlnaon. as. 4 1 0 13
Atbrrton. 3b. 1114 0 Orven. rf 4 3 1 P 1
Himea. lb' ... I I 11 0 1 M bean'y. If 4 1 10 0
rarr. If... I II 0 Pateman. lh. 4 111 0 tl
wmiama, ss. 4 3 1 1 1 Hmphlll, rf. 4 1 I 0 1
Perry, rf 4 14 0 ORoth. r I 0 110
Marrsn, 2b... I 0 4 1 0 Clark, lb 4 0.1 0
Kahoa, e 4 Its 0M-i'nrm'k. Iti I 0 1 I 1
Kelluin. p.... 4 10 1 C Curtis. P 10 10
eBctllle 1 0 0 0 0
Totsli H II 27 It I
Total!....:. 14 1 27 II 4
Batted for Curtis In the ninth.
Indianapolis ;..i -.0 0 0 3 0 0 1 1 0
Milwaukee 0 4000000 4
Two-base hit: Kellont. Threp-hsse hits:
McChesnev. Bateman. Stolen btses: Hlme
(2. Atherton. Hit with pitched hall: By
Kellum. 1. Struck out:' By Kellum, 2; by
Curtis, 6. Double play; Marcan (unassisted).
Sacrifice hits: Roth, Curtis. Williams, Mar
enn, Dunleavy. Ift on bases: Milwaukee,
5; Indianapolis, 2. Time: 1:45. Umpire:
St. Faat Defeat a Toledo.
ST. PAUL. July 11-Prultt. St. Paula
new recruit from the Texas league, allowed
Toledo but four hits today. Wlggs was
wild and was hit at opportune times. Score:
ST. PAru - TOLEDO
B.H.O. A E. . B.H.O. A S
Gelar. rf I
Susden. lb. .. 1
VanZandt, cf. I
Frl.k. If I
Whorler. lb.. 4
Rrx k'fleld. aa. i
Padden, lb.,. 1
ONsncs. ef 3 0
0 3. larks, If. 4 0
0 Dement, as. . . f 1
0 ciinsman, rf. I 0
0 Knieacr, lb.. 4 I
0 Knabe. lb.... 4 1
0 w. Clarke, lb I 0
0 Abbott, e I 0
0 Wlgia, p I 0
O'Neill, rf..,. 1
Dougherty, rf I
Sullivan, c... I
Hart, e I
Patterson, p.. 4
0 Armbruster, c 2
(it'arrlaan. c.'.. 2
0 Hsrrla, p . I
1 Olaw, p...... 1
aa.... 4 1 0 4 I
. 4 1
. 4 0
Tota'.i 40 11 27 I 1 Totals.,
Chicago 3 0 2 1 0
Boston 0 0 0 0 0
Two-base hits: Jones,
Three-base hit: Davis
Jones. Davis 12), Donohue,
..'. i ;7 :s 10
2 0 0 0 S
0 0 0 0 0
bell, Hahn. Hits: Off Harris, In six In
nings; off Glage, 2 In three innings. First
base on balls: Off Harris 2; off Glnxe, 1.
Struck out: Bv Harris. 2: by Patterson,
7. Passed ball: Hart. Time: 1:43. Um
pires: O'LoughHn and Evans.
Kven Break In rn York.
NKW YORK. July U.-New York and
St. iouis spilt even In a double-header here
today, the locals winning the first. 4 to 2,
and losing the second, to 0, Score, first
NEW YORK. ST. LOflS. .
. B.H.O. A E. B.H.O.A.E.
heeler, rf.x.4 1 I 0 0 Nllea. rf 4 I 0 0 0
1 II 0 0 Jonsa, lh 2 0
1110 Stone. If 4. I '
1. 0 1 VHomphlll, cf. 4 0
0 110 Walla. . as. .. 4 0
110 OO'Brlen, 3b.. 4 0
1 1 0 OHsrtiall, lb.. 4 I
14 1 1 Rlrksy. c I 0
0 0 1 OHowsll, p.... I I
Total! 2 I 37 14 0 Totals 21 . 4 24 II I
St. Paul 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 6 -
Tol-do 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 01
Two-base hit: Frisk. Stolen bases:
Nance. Knabe. Double plays: Prultt to
Sugden. Drill' to Padden. Bases on balls:
Off Wlggs, 2; off Prultt, 4. Struck out:
By Prultt, 8; by Wlggs. P.. Passed balls:
Drill. 1; Abbott, 1. Wild pitches: Wlggs. 2.
Sacrifice hits: Sugden (2i, Vnntndt, Drill,
Prultt. Left on Imam; St. Paul, 1; Toledo,
D. Time: 2:06. Umpire: Owens. .
Standing; of the Teama.
IxMilKvllle . "3
Kansas City. 80
St. Paul H0
Gaines today: Columbus at Kansas City
Toledo at St. Paul, Indianapolis at Mil
waukee, Louisville at Minneapolis.
Won. Lost. Pft.
60 33 . 602
46 33 .5-'
44 35 .632
. 42 37 .532
42 4H .512
37 43 .43
. 31 4 .3SS
28 60 .359
Chase, lb.:,.. 4
Conroy. sr . .. I
Laports, lb. . . 4
Wllllami. 3b. 4
Dalshanty, If. 4
Huffmann, cf. 4
Thomas, c... I
Chsabro, p. .. I
Arapahoe Battera Bnsy.
ARAPAHOK, Neb.. July 11. (Specie
Telegram.) The Arapahoe Brakes again
defeated Lincoln today oy superior rar
ting, alao excelling in field work lu a faat
well-played game. The features of the
game was4he terrific stick work of. tne Lj
als, Including a home run by Tanner with
two on bases, he driving tho ball over 'he
left field fence, a distance of 145 yar";;
also the splendid pitching, by Bellamy,
who had the visitors In his vest pocne-.
Score: , R.H.U.
Arapahoe 1 0 1 1 0 4 0 0 7 10 1
Lincoln 0 0 0 00 0 0 1 61 -i ;.
Karned runs: Arapahoe, 4. Two-base
hit: Arapahoe, 1. Home run: Arapahoe,
I. Struck out: By Bellamy, S; by Smith,
6. Batteries: Bellamy and Mahn: Smith
and Cookus. Umpires: Hall and Bellamy
Time; 1:16. . - .
' Total!. .....II
Left on baaea
7 17 13 1 Total! 33 24 I 1
I 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 4
1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-2
New York, 6; St. Ixuls.
Iowa I.eagrne Results.
MARSHALLTOWN. Is,. July 11. (Spe
clal Telegram.) Following are the results
In the Iowa' league:
Otturowa, 7; Burlington, 5.
Oakalooea. 5; Keokuk. 2. . .
Fort Dodge. 3; Waterloo, 1.'.
Marshalllown, 11; Boune, 2. "
Gamea ia Three-1 l.eaane.
At Decatur Decatur, 4; Peoria, 1.
At Rock Island Rock Island, 3;
At Bloomlngton SpHngfleld, 7; Blooming
At Cedar Raftlda Davenport-Cedar. Rap
Ids game postponed; rain, ' ,
Fremont Outplays Harvard.
HARVARD. Neb.. July 11, 8peclal Tele
gram.) The Fremont champion team took
a game from Harvard today by a score of
to 2. The placing was slow and Fremont
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5'. First base on balls: Off Howell.
Struck out: By Chesbro-6; by Howell, 3.
Three-base hit: Howell.' Two-base hits:
Chase, Nlles. Sacrifice hit: Jones. Stolen
bases: Conroy, Laporte, Hoffman, Stone.
Double plays: Williams, Conroy and Chase
(2i. -utt Dy pitener: My cnesnro, i. massed
ball: Rickey. Umpire: Sheridan. Time: 1:50.
Score, second game:
ST. LOl'IH. NEW YORK.
Nllea. rf ..., 110 0 Keslsr. rf....4 0100
Jnn.a, lb I I I O.Ochase. lb 4 1 10 0 0
Slone. If 4 1 I 0 Conroy, aa....4 0 110
Hamphlll. ef. I 1 I f OLaport. 3b... I 0 111
Wallars. as... 4 111 OWIlllsma, lb.lt I I )
II Brl.n. 3h..t 0 I 1 1 Delehanty. If. I 0 1 0 0
HartMll. lh.. 4 I 0 t 0 Hodman. ef..l 0 0 1 0
O'Connor, c. . I 1 I 0 0 MrOulrs. 'C. .. I 0 7 10
Ulads. p I 0 0 1 0 Newton, p.... I 0 0 10
'Ysager .1 0 0 0 0
Totala II 11 37 1 1 Clarkson, p .O 0 0 0 0
Totals... ...21 1 17 II 1
Batted for Newton In eighth.
St. Loula 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2
New York ...0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Flrat base on errors: New York, 1. Left
on bases: New York, 3; SL I .outs, 4. First
on balls: Off Newton. 3: off Clarkson. 1;
off Glade, 1., Struck out: By Newton. 3;
riy . ( larkson. 1; by Glade, (b. Home run
Stone.. Two-base lilt: Junes. Sacrifice hits
Hlniie (2). 'Hits: Off Newton, 8 In eight
innings; off Clarkson, 3 In one Inning. Um
pire: Sherman. Time: J 60.
At Washington Washington-Detroit
game postponed: wet grouuaB.
Standing; of tbe. Teama.
Played. Won. Lost. Pet
New York 73 45 8 .616
Philadelphia 72 '44 2S .611
Cleveland 72 43 2) .597
Chicago '74 42 32 .568
Detroit 73 38 ' 34 .54
St. Loula ...v 74 ii 3H .47
Washington 72 26 47 . 347
Boston 76 1 66 .253
TRAVIS MAKES ' , WWEST SCORE
Garden City Golfer Wlna Medal In
ENOLEWOOD. N. J.. July 11. The Kti
glewood Golf club's course was the scene
today of some brilliant work on the putt
of at least half a doeen of the players
who continued their play from the opening
round yesterday for the national rolf cham
pionship title. While the round was In
fair condition, the putting greens were not
In quite as good shape as they were when
the tournament opened yesterday. Under
the rules the qualifying round, consisting
of thirty-six holes, medal play, covered
two days. Yesterday Dwlght Partridge of
Yale took the honors with the low score
of seventv-five, hut he failed to duplicnfe
this work' today and fell far back. Walter
J. Travis of Garden City, three times winner-of
the national, honor, waa the star of
toclav's play, coming in. with seventy-five,-which
made his total for the . thlrty-slx
holes 152, this score earning for him the
medal play trophy.' His closest rival,
Jerome D. Travers, whO'has been playing
great golf recently, was second on the list,
having made seventy-five on his second
round of the links, a total of 156. 1 His
eighty yesterday .was made in. a violent
H. Chandler EgHn,' the present champion,
plaved a steady game today, but lw was. a
stroke behind Cv'I: Bankhart of Baltimore,
who had a total, of, 15 for the two rounds
of the links. , " '. . .
Thirty-two qunUtfcfl' In the prelimlnnry
rounds. Six were'tled fot the last two
places, Gllinan Tiffany of Newburgh, N.
Y., and w. L imt'Dt rniiaaeipma win
ning the play offu v. ''
F.ollowlng are I ne, quaiiryina scores;
W. J. Travis, -OahHu qity...... 77 ii
J. D. TrnverS. Nassau f9- 75
C. H. Bankhart. .Jk, BHUimoro 62 7
H. ". Lean. Kxmoor.... n
C. H. Van Vleck. ML. Clair..., 78 81
G. 8. Lvon, Torpnfo -
K. M. Byers. St. AJidrews
Dwight Partridge, .Bedford)...
Percy Pyne, 2d,. Prtriceton
D. P. Fredericks. , Oil City....
G. L. Brokaw, Garden f'ity...
H. Herreshoff, Garden City...
W. P.' Smith. Philadelphia...,
T. M. Sherman. Wykagyl ..,88
Murray Ollpharit, J-:nglewooa. . "1
P. W. Whitemore. Boston... S3
Boston, the present NlngKra. internstlnnal
champion, was listen by Field of Buffalo.
AR.4tR.IIK1 DAY AT 41B1R1 RA( F.
Biggest Attendance F.rer Reeorded at
Lore I Trftalt.
AUBUnN. Nev. July H.-tSporlsl Tele
gram ) A k-Sar-Ben bell day In Auburn
was the largest ny Auburn hss seen for
some time. The Ak-Ssr-Ren bell excursion
which rnme from Omaha and arrived here
about noon brought a large crowd which
added greatly to the already liirgest crowd
that haa ever previously shown Interest of
any day of rsces heretofore. Four fine
races were run on the Auburn half-mile
track, a-s follows: 2:16 pace, purse Ii0;
2:?n, purse $(!; 2.30 pace, purse 3e: flve
4lghths mile dash, purse lion.
In the 2;lii pae there were ten entries
jvitn eight starting. fTerj 11., owneo ny
Heine Bros . Orris ha. won the race: Jesse
A., owned by K. H. Imgenbeil. Padonia,
second, and Blssn. owned by G. F. Thomas,
Waterloo. Is., third. Best time. 2:liij.
In the 2:22 trot there were seven entries,
with six starting. Silver Russell, owned
by W. B. MeCormlek. Manhattan, Kan.,
won first money; Johnny K., owned by H.
C. "Laramore, second, and Mesmerism,
ownd bv II. D. Bennett, Lincoln, Neb.,
third. Best time. 2:20'..
In the 2:30 pace there were sixteen entries,
with fourteen starting. This, as well as
the 1:22 trot, was a four-heat race. Bud
welser. owned by C. B. Bennett. Carthage.
Mo., won the race; Ethel Musslck, owned
by J. O. Musslck. Sioux City. la., second:
Weldon Bo, owned by John Reynolds, Jop
lln, Mo., third, and Fort Snella, owned by
L. D. Hennerstreet. New Virginia, In.,
fourth. Best time, 2:1V In the first half
of tho third heat the time of 1:04V, waa
In the first half of the five-eighths mlla
dash there were seven entries, all going.
Golden C. won first money; Randall, sec
ond, and Pleklns third.
The weather Is fine and the races are
the best ever before had on the Auburn
LOG AUTO HI BF.C.I5S TODAY
Eighty Cars Will Leave Buffalo for
BUFFAIXI, N. Y.. July 11. -Four score rjf
automobiles will start from this clt.y on a
l.lK-mlle. run through this state, the
province of Quebec and the state of Mslne
and the state of New Hampshire. The
event Is the third annual run of the Ameri
can Automobile association and the prize
Is the Olidden trophy.
The cars will leave at short lntervala. be
ginning about 7 o'clock and the last machine
Is expected to be on Its wny east before
10 a. in. Two confetti cars will precede the
first car by several hours and will sprinkle
the route for the guidance of the tourists.
Tho personnel of the trophy committee
was completed today. It consists of John
Farson, president of the Amrrlcart Automo
bile association: D. A. Morris, president
of the Automobile Club of America; George
R. MeQtieston. representing the Automobile
club of Great Britain, and W. K. Vandcr
bllt, Jr., representing the Automobile club
of Germany and France, and Charles J.
Olidden. The run Is scheduled to end on
July 27 at Pretton Woods, N. H.
A. M. Reld. St. Andrews ,.8.1
E.' M. Barnes, Eilglewood 82
Max Behr. Morris county , 87
A.' (1. Anderson. Amherst 82
G. I. Bowers, Brouklawn.. Srt
M. Whit latch, Trtt. Clair V.
Archie Graham, North Jersey W
D. M. Cole. Westfield..
H. R. Johnstone, Myopia...
B. S. Evans, Boston
Harold Weber, Toledo...,,.,..
Ellis Knowles, Bedford
Harold Wilson, Mt. Clair...
Dr. S. Cnrr. Philadelphia....
G. P. Tiffany. Newburgh ...
W. L. West, rhflatlelplila...
Cosad Wins la Tenth.
COZAD. Neb.. July 11. (Special Tele
gram.) Cozad trimmed Gothenburg In a
fast and snappy ten-inning game of bnse
ball Tuesday. The scor-a stood S to 6 at
the end of the contest. A large crowd wit
nessed the game. Coxad has one of the
best teams In western Nebraska and would
like to hear from other teams. Address
Dr. Farrell or F. W. Duncan. Cc7nd plays
Bertrand Tuesday at Bertrand. The sum
mary is as follows: Hits: Coxad. B: Gothen
burg, 9. Two-base hits: Duncan. Mc
Kibben. First base on balls: Off Rhine
hart. 3; off McKibben, 2. Hit with pitched
ball: By Rhlnehnrt. 1: hv McKibben, 1.
Struck out: By Rhlnehnrt.. 6; by McKib
ben. 5. Batteries: Corad. Rhlnehart snd
Atkinson; Gothenburg, McKibben and. Scott.
. . . .
. City Tennis Tournament.
' Everything is being put In readiness for
the City Tennis tournament at the Omaha
Field club courts. The entries have been
coming In fine and Mr. Wood has received
a last number. The list will close Friday
night and play will begin Saturday after
noon. More clubs in the city than ever
before will he represented and the tourna
ment promises to lie large. The city tour
nament is a good forerunner to the Middle
West, which will be held at the Field cluti
courts In August, as It gives the men good
tournament practice before the big event
of the west.
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have been the means of blighting the moat radiant hopea, rendering marriage
unhappy and bustnsss a failure.
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dlea at drug etores, and then wonder why they don't get well, others experi
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Mlaa Rntton Has Walkover.
NEWPORT, Eng., July 11. May Sutton
of California was given a walkover today
in the )rst round of the women'a Welsh
championship tennla game, Miss Hudd
scratching. Mlaa Sutton won the title in
1905. Miss Sterry and Miss Sutton beat Miss
Hudd and Miss Hurclay, 2-1, in the women'a
Baee Prlaea at Oaaare.
CHARLES CITY, la., July 11. (Special.)
The Cedar Valley fair circuit lad a meet
ing nt Osage Monday and decided on
hanging tip purses of shout $1,000 in each of
the several towna In the circuit in this part
of Iowa and southern Minnesota.
Hla!i School noys Defeated.
ATLANTIC. Ia., July 11 (Special. )-The
Merchanta leaguera of this place defeated
the Anita High school In a well played
game of base ball by the score of 7 to I,
after what seemed to be a certain defeat.
Is Official Route of
Omaha B. P. 0. Elks No. 39
To Annual Grand Lodge Meeting
Special .Train Will Leave Omaha July 16th. (Monday) 4:00
p.'m. Arrive Denver July 17th (Tuesday) 7:50 a. m.
This train will be equipped with Pullman palace sleeping ;cAf8;
Pullman- Tourist sleeping cars, Bun'et . Smoking and
Library cars, free Reclining Chair cars and Dining
- cars Meals a la carte. Tickets on sale every
, day to July 16th at
$15 00 FOR THE ROUND TRIP
Inquire at . ' ( :
City Ticket Office. 1324 Farnam St.
Thone Douglas 334. i
A Certain Curt for Tired, Hot, Aching Feat
DO NOT ACCEPT A SUBSTITUTE.
on erery bos.
Trial 1'ackape, ,
Address, A Won
Games today: Chicago at New York, St.
Iouis at Boston. Detroit at Philadelphia,
Cleveland at Washington,
GAMES I AMERICAS ASSOCIATION
Makes Twenty Hlta and
KANSAS CITY, July ll.-Columbus got
two home runa. a double and a alngle, scor
ing four runs In the first Inning today, ut.d
Wolf retired in the second. The vlkitors
secured fifteen hlta off Durham and they
played an errorless game. Score:
COLlllBta. KANSAS CITY.
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W rlglay, It). . I 1 I
HinrhmAU, rf I I 0
Coulter. If ... 4 I
0 Hill. cf.
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para PT4v -'-"-i t xa srv
11 Sulllrao, rf I
STaaman, lb. . I
nrttaunf r, ,1b 4
Hart, It- 4
0,lr, aa 4
4,rbaia, lb. -. I
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Eatabl.ahsd in Omaha for It years. Too many thorn
Bands of caaea cured by ua mast us the moat eipsrU
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and our quickly.. ,
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We make ao mlainadlng or falae atatements or offee
yea cheap, worthies treatment. Our reputation and
bame ara too favoraltly kuoaa svary case we trait,
mr reputation la at stake. Your health, life and b4w
plneaa Is too eertoua a matter to place la the handa of
a JIAJirX.ESS DOCTOJs." Honest doctors of ability
Use their OW HA MB Uf tlKIk BOSIaTBkua. t"a
raa aatect for everyone a ilfe-loi.g CVksl (or Weak.
Various alan. Varlcooalo eroublea. Nervous tvhint7 '
Blood Poison. Prootatlo iroublea,' lCldaey, bladdoa, ' Totala U I 17 10 a TojU 11 111 I I
0 Ptlyl. 2b
0 lastly, c-..'
4 Wolfs, p ..
41 10 IT 11 ! ,
Totala U U M 10 1
Columbua 4 1 1 0 0 0 2 317
Kana City 0 0000610a
Two-base hits: Coulter (SI. Hulswttt,
Ieuliy. Three-base hit: dickering, liome
runs: Htnchman, Kiiel. First base on
balls: liergcr, 1: Wolfe, 1; Durham,
Btrutk out: Uy Berger, 2; by Croiii. z,
by Durham, J. Del't on baxxs: Kansas
City, ; Columbua, ti. Hit by pitch- d ball:
Uy Durham, Wrigiey; by Groin, Casaady
and 11111. Hlta: Off Merger, S In throe In
nings; off (iroth, 8 In six innings; off Dur
ham, Is in seven innings; off Wolfe, i In
two innings. Htolen base: Fril. Time:
?:ltl Linplre: Kgan.
Millers Wla frosa Distillers.
MINNEAJHiUS, July 11. All of lin
neapolia' runs today were made after two
were out. Kenna'a wildnesa was the "cause
of his defeat, iy Iroy did not allow a hit
until the fifth, score:
EVEXTl. OX i THE HI XMMC THACKI
Ham bars Belle Win . Brighton Mile,
the Fentare at Brighton Reach.
NEW YORK. July 11. Hamburg Belle,
the le to au favorite, wou the BrlKhton
mile, the feature of the opening Brighton
Beach midsummer meeting today, and the
daughter of Hamburg and her rider. Miller,
were loudly cheered. The four horses
broke head and head,, then Whimsical
showed a slight ;. advantage over H.itn
burg Belle. Those two drew away as they
raced around the paddock turn and into the
back stretch, with Flip. lap. an aunea
starter, in third place. Whimsical con
tinued to lead the favorite by a neck at
the three-quarter pole, hut as they reached
Hie stretch Hamburg Belle took the lead.
Flip flap then bigan to close, but the fa
vorite had enough left to win in a drive
by a head from Whimsical, who beat Flip
Flap a head for the place. The mile was
run In 1:39. Summaries:
First race, six furlongs: Prince Hamburg
won, Bryan second, Crcsslna third. Time:
Pocond race, steeplechase, about two
miles: The Culler won, Jimmy I.ane sec
ond. Patagonlan third. Time: 4:3'H.
Third race, the Distaff stakes, five fur
longs: Clare Russell won, Menlsa second.
Clamor third. Time: 1:01,.
Fourth race, the Brighton mile: Ham
burg Belle won. Whimsical second. Flip
Flnp third. Time; 1:39.
Fifth race, selling, five snd one-half fur
longs: f Kstlmate won. Clements second,
Flowaway third. Time: 1:07.
Sixth race, mile and a sixteenth: Artery
won. Ocean Sprsv second, King Henry
third. Time: 1 ;4s.
CINCINNATI. July 11. Reeulta at I-a-tonla:
First race, mile:' Glassful won, Dr. Hart
second. Inflammable third. Time: 1:42-
Second race, five furlongs: Red Oaunllet
won, Delia Thorpe second, Sainrtda third.
Third race, six furlongs: Colonel Jim
Douglass won. Funiculi rre second. Ijidy
Esther third. Time: 1:14.
Fourth race, six furlongs: Elastic won.
Wee Iss second. Mill Song third. Time:
Fifth race, five furlongs: Beautiful Mayo
won. Helmuth second. Lightning Conductor
third. Time: l:oi.
Sixth rare, mile: Queen Carolina won,
Dudley second, Ternus third. Time: 1:41-
Seventh race, mile- Haaaah won, Hxtidy
Bill aecond. J. p. May berry third. Time:
s Luajibar, tb.
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B M O AB
' ' . ) .1 BUSsVl. Uydrocole. Chronic' Dumjss : Minneaj-Jia 1 0. I 2
' ' , ' i, " H f"ori,rcll D.sss, dteruaca and as.la DIssm. ' 1iuI.iU . ., . I I I I I I I I 1 - !
a .., i ;tyltf FREE 5T.JMyi.-dCui' Xntt Two-hase hit: Dials. Three-baa hit:
" 7 jnnpioni Blo f jr Hum 1 rtmeat , tire,., ..ger. ritui I-a-s: Ural,..,,,, siulli-
.fiJU tUt m A BMAtUMk WfPH 9lMfm r.tUJr
Ull. UisUaua, uvkHSt.
Mopaa Wlna Oeean Rare.
NKW YORK. July 11. The sloop yacht
Mopsa, owned by F. C. and Walter Sulli
van of the Harlem Yacht club, was todsy
declared the winner of the ) mile ocean
race fro.u New Rochelle around Montauk
to Northeast End lightship off Cape May,
N. J., and return to New York, for the
challengo cup offered by th Brooklyn
Yacht club. The M"psa croased the finish
llii in Oravaeend bay at 7.1S. 40 tonight,
iimklri its elapsed time over the source.
1'n hours 23 minutes and 40 seconds, it
having started from New Rochelle at 10
a. m. July 7. Th yawl Llta, which started
In the Bermuda I.lpion cup race, finished
first, but the Mopsa waa allowed 4 hours
a iuinots and 40 seconds, and won bv
3 hours 14 mlnutea and seconds, the Llla
having arrived at .10:J this evening.
Fielst Itefraia wrlabt.
NIAOAttA ON THE LAKE. Ont
Ilia men s huiidican of the Canadian
tenuis chiinipinnsliips today on Ihe couils of
U.o iJA 'iwiuaa tiki Li, irVUUj VNlliUt of
COLORADO WEATHER REPORT
Denver, June 1. Denver had 2!K)
hours of sunshine during May, 65 per
cent of the possible, or 5 per cent more
than normal. no day trithout tunsliine,
ieven with 00 per cent or more, anil two
with 100 per cent.
You may have had a fairly good time
somewhere else last Summer, but you'll
have the "time of your life" this summer if you go to Colorado.
Let the Rocky Mountain climate the pure air, sunshine, magnificent scenery
and pastimes make you forget all your cares in a vacation of supreme delight
Go via the Rock Island and enjoy the advantages of new equipment, fast time,
direct route to both Denver and Colorado Springs, and very low rates for the round
trip. Unusual reduction July 10 to 16, account Elks' excursion.
Fast through trains three times a day
from Council Bluffs and Omaha almost "as
the crow flies" to Colorado.
Pullman drawing room and tourist
sleeping cars, electric-lighted reclining chair
cars and coaches. .
Best meals on wheels.
Let us send you our new illustrated
booklet, "Under the Turquoise . Sky," con
taining full information about Colorado, with
complete list of hotels and boarding houses.
Advice as to excursion rates will accom
MAKES SPORT FOR ANGLERS
Government Plants Trout
F. P. RUTHERFORD,
Division Passenger Agent,
Rock Island Lines,
1323 Farnam Street
Denver, Feb. 15. A statement Just
issued shows that over 7,0iO,oi0 young
truut vera jilnnttd by th (toternmtnt in
Colorado $trtnii during 1906.
For a number of years fUh. in the
mountain 81 reams have been iocreasiuj;
in great numbers.
The United States Government and the
State hatcheries each year plant a iiun-
n are taken out
t tired times mora fish than
A. 0. R0WE, City Puseaier Aeat, Oataka.
A. T. ELWEU, City "ausater Af eat, Ceaacil PUffs.
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