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THE OMAHA DAILY HEE: WEDNESDAY, AFRIL 24. 1907.
For Any Substance Injurious to Health
est By Test"
Tit Only High Grade Baking Powder
Sold at Moderate Priee.
Complies with all STATE and NATIONAL
Pure Food Laws.
All Crocers Are Authorized to Cuarantee This
REAL OPENING OF SEASON
Omaha to Clarh with Denver at "Vinto
Fark on Thnndar.
MAYOR DAHLMAN TO START THE GAME
Oae Time-Honored Featore of the
port Will Mark the Formal
Beainnlna- of the 1907
Rare In Omaha.
Omaha will see the formal opening of the
base ball senson on Thursday afternoon,
when Denver will come to be the opposing
team. The game of last Sunday was Just a
curtain raiser; It really belongs to the Lin
coln series, but was played here owing to
the disinclination of the magnates to dis
turb the peace and quiet of the Bahtmth at
Lincoln by playing ball. President Rourke
has decided that the time honored parade
will be dispensed with this time, but at
the grounds enough of a program will be
provided to suit the most exacting.
Mayor Dahlman and Johnny Oondlng
will be the first battery presented, and
after the mayor has heaved the first ball
serosa the plAte, or at least In the) general
direction of the grand stand, the season of
1807 will be considered officially under way
and Omaha will proceed to trim Denver In
the highest style or the alt.
Eddie Wheeler Is leading a bunch of hus
kies who have been talking about packing
away the pennant before reaching home on
the results of the swing around the valley
towns. Dee Moines was thoroughly cleaned
up by this aggregation, but Sioux City put
a check In the mad rush of the Tebeaultee
It will be up to Omaha to keep them going,
and It Is quite likely that Pa's boys will
make good on the Job.
In addition to Mayor Dahlman's share of
the formalities a concert will be provided
for the edification of all hands, and music
twfore. during and after the game Is
promised. If the weather man only keeps
on Ma good behavior, the opening dav will
be one of much Joy for the bugs, and they
will be expected to ur.hive aud swarm at
the Vinton park In great numbers.
EVENTS ON THIS HINSIXO TRACKS
Okenlte Wlae the Sterling. Stakes
NEW YORK. April 3. But three horses
faced the starter In the Burling stakes, the
feature event a Auueuuoi, louay, untune,
ni-.nv. ihn nriis-uii favorite, won the race.
King's Daughter, with I'M pounds on her
back, stepped over the six furlongs in ins
second race In the fast time of 1:13. Re
sults: First race, selling, six furlongs: Robin
hood, 112 (Miller). 4 to S, won; Taxer, 112
(Koehner). 6 to 1, second; Golden Shore,
87 (Hejineesy), to 1. third. Time: 1:13V
Melbourne, Nominee, Coblesklll, I-amour,
Bt. ICspehe and Jarvis Lane also , ran.
Second race, six furlongs: King's Daugh
ter, la (Shipping). 7 to 1, won; Cressine,
Us (Horner), second; Sir Edward, 107 (Pres
ton), 7 to S, third. Time: 1:13. Samson
and Waterbury also ran.
Third race, selling, four and a half fur
longs: Cltlsen, 101 (Miller), 13 to 6, won;
Hlskra, 9 (Notter), 2 to 1, second; Look,
M (Rollins), 10 to 1, third. Time: 0:64fc.
. Astoria Belle, Henry Kelly, Acrendor, Syl
via O, Sliver Cup, Foremast. Cuernavae.
Com Thomas, Oceanic, Ralmondo and Con
cerned also ran.
Fourth race, the Sterling stakes, one
mile: Okenlte, 10s (Mountain), 12 to 6, won;
Oxford. 133 (Miller). 2 to I. second; Olid,
104 (Hennesay), to 1, third. Time: 1:40.
Fifth race, sellfcig, one mile: Lady A Ilea.
12 (Preston), 7 to 1. won; Marathon, C4
(Swain), 7 to 10. second; Foxmead, 107 Shil
ling), 7 to 2, third. Time: 1:41. Henry
Watterson and El Casador also ran.
Sixth race, four and a half furlongs:
' Apple Toddy, 10 (Mountain), 10 to 1, won;
Transvaal. 106 (Miller), & to 1, second; Hell
wether. 10 llowel, 4 to 1, third. Time:
Rft. Sukey's Son, Bridge Whist, Alexanda.
Royal Vane. Kellar, MeUar and Montana
Poet also ran.
BAN FRANCISCO. Cal., April 23.-Results
First race, three and a half furlongs,
selling: Baboo, 100 (Fischer), 3 to 2. won:
Hsrlnna. (W. Kelley), 16 to 1, second
Charaya. 106 (Ooodchlld), 10 to 1, third
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Tlllln, Sadie H. Harleca. Janet L, Rio Vista
and Meln Ielbllng finished as named.
Second rare, six furlongs: Miss Officious,
110 4V. Kelley), 12 to B, won; Iarosa, 110
(Banily), 4 to 1, second; May Amelia, 110
((iraham), 5 to 2. third. Time: l:lfi. (lol
den Sentiment, Wlnaom Ways. Polnselta.
Kulalla. H. Aiusii. Viola B, SInaloa II. Miss
Turtle and Christian Tide finished as
Third race, mile and a quarter, selling:
Hyronerdale, 107 (Fischer), 11 to B. won;
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Fourth rare, mile and one furlong, sell
ing: Dollnda, 107 (Lycurgua), 26 to 1, won;
Edith James. 97 ( B. Lynch). 13 to R, second;
Orntorlnn. lofi (Fischer). 7 to 1, third. Time:
1:5 rH. Reservation, Talamnnd, Hippocrates
and Ilonar finished ns named.
Fifth race, Ave furlongs: fjosslper, 103
(Randy). 7 to 10. won: Billy Mayliam, 111
(W. Kelley). 18 to S. second: Speaker Fon
tana. 1"6 (Gross). B to 1. third. Time: 1:01.
Burning nush. Curriculum, Mldmont. La
Chita, Isolation Rlhertndo, Txrd of the
Vale and Miss Provo finished as named.
Sixth race, futurity course: Rlagg, 15
(Brown), 4 to 1, won; Kokomn. 102 (Gross),
7 to B. second; Gemmel, 104 (Sandy), 11 to
tmrn. lime: 1 :io. Woo ma. Znllna.
J'atemona. Judge Nelson, Sllverdale
George Kilborn finished as named.
WITH THE noWI.F.RS.
The O. D. K'b won two s-ames from the
Mtx Pros, team lsst night and were but
two pins awsy from taking n straight
series. The Kip team had one of the best
single games of the season In the second
with 1.0P9, Jones leading with 24. "Pad"
Huntington was best man for the nightf on
mi am, wnn tun ronitrnt teams are the
i mimons and . it. K s for
915 1.009 9i2 2,93
..917 897 937
Game Warden Seine Pond.
ASHLAND, Nob.. April 23.-rStKrtan
Superintendent J. O'Brien and Game Wnr
l2eI fart,;r lav returned to the state
fisheries from Eagle, where they seined
out the large fish pond located on the farm
of Edwin Jeary of Lincoln. They suc
ceeded In securing about sevenly-flve carp
weighing over ten pounds; sixty channei
cut and from 400 to 600 bass, some of which
weighed as much as four pounds.
Iovra Loeee on Errors.
IOWA CITY April 23.-(Speclal Tele
gram.) Errors lost a rlosn game for Iowa
university to Missouri university today
Score: R. H F'
Missouri 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0-4 7 S
Iowa 0 10100010-3 6 4
Batteries: Capp and Swlnson, Kent and
Kirk. Three-base hit: Kirk. Two-base hits:
Kelley, Kirk. Umpire: Sutherland.
Moorefleld Defeats Fnrnnm.
MOOREFIFLD. Neb., April 2S.-(Speclal )
The Monrefield High school team opened
the season by defeating Farnam by the
score of 12 to 4. Rogers of Karnam and
S elch of Moorefleld. carried off the honors
at bat. each getting two singles and two
Ronnd Rnhln Tennis.
NEW TORK, April 23 William A. Lamed
and George I Wrenn woni the first prime
In the Indoor round robin tennis doubles
today In brilliant style from Raymond D.
Little and .Karl II. Behr, Jr., 4-6, 8-6, 6-4.
Hana to the Ilrnsh.
CINCINNATI. O., April 23 -Catcher Bert
Haas of the Cincinnati Nationals was re
leased by President Herrmann today and
reverts to the Independence, Kan., team,
from whom he was taken last fall.
The boxing contest on the Island, which
waa Intended to come off Sunday, April
28, will not come off aa scheduled, owing
to the fact that the undersigned will not
permit either the steamer Susan or the
island to be used, both of which we con
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Manager Omaha Athletic Club.
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OMAHA GOLS AFTER JONES IN SEVENTH
Three Ran Hesalt, Which with a
t oaple of Straaalere. la Knouah
to Wla the Giim from
LINCOLN, AprU S.-OmiJia won today'a
game by bunching hlti anj playing more
steady ball all the time. Lincoln had a
little the beet of the hitting, but the lilts
straggled along one or two to an In
ning. The base running of the locals was
also bad, attempts to extend singles into
doubles ending fatally. Johnny Jones was
knocked out of the box In the seventh In
ning and McKay took his place. Sanders
showed good Judgment In his pitching, and
his Infield support was excellent. Score:
AH. R. II. PO. A. E.
4 112 0 0
! Dolan, lb .
Totals 35 6
9 27 18
Fenlon, rf ...
Thomas, lb .,
Oagnler, ss ..
Frost, 3b ....
zinran, c ....
1 Jones, p .
...33 J 10 27 IS
Harms batted for Zlnran.
Holmes batted for Jones.
Omaha 0 0 0 1 0 1 3 0 0-6
Lincoln 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 03
Earned runs: Omaha. 3. Two-base hits:
Thomas, Franck. Three-base hit: Relden.
Stolen bases: Fenlon. Franck (2), Autrcy,
Welch. Sacrifice hits: Davidson. Uugnler
), Zanders. Double plays: Sanders, Fran -k
and Dolan; Austin and Dolan. Struck out:
Hy Jones. 6; by McKay. 1; by Sanders, 1.
Bases on balls. Off Jones. 1; off McKay, 1;
oft Sanders, 1. Left on baseB: Lincoln, 6;
Omaha, 6. First base on errors: Lincoln,
2; Omaha, 1. Umpire: Haskell. Time: 1:35.
Dea Molnea Wlna la Ninth.
DES MOINES, April 23 In the ninth
Inning of today's game, with no one out
and two men on bases, George Yeuger was
sent In to hit for Gochnaur. He hit. too,
right along the third base line and two
scores came In, winning for Des Molnea, 9
to 8. The game was a stern chase from
the first. A large bundle of errors In
that Inning gave the Indians four scores,
and though the Champions tied the game
up several times, they were unablo to take
the lead until the last. Clarke was given
a tryout after the ftist Inning and showed
well. Hatch pitched a good game for
AB. R. H. PO
V eager ....
t 13 27 16
Ryan, 2b 6
Cook, cf..., 4
Melcholr, rf (... 4
McGilvray, lb .. 6
Elwert, 3b 4
HlgKins, If 6
Smith, c 6
Hatch, p 4
Totals 43 8 10 24 12 2
No one out in ninth when winning score
Batted for Gochnaur In ninth.
Des Moines 2 0 0 1 1 0 1 2 26
Puublo 4 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 18
Stolen bases: Dexter, Andreas, Hog
rlever, McLaughlin, Ryan, Cook, Elwert.
Sucrluce hlia: McLaughlin, Gochnaur, Mel
cholr, Hatch. Two-base hits: Corhan, Ryan,
Kluei t, tichlpke, Corkhlll. Three-base lilts:
Melcholr, fcclilpke. Earned runs: Des
Molnea, 7; Pueblo, 3. Double plays: Wolf,
Srhipke and Andreas; Elwert, Ryan and
McGilvray. Bases on balls: Off Hatch, f;
off Clarke, I. Hit by pitched ball: By
Hatch, 2. Struck out: By Hatch, 4; by
Clarke, 10. Passed balls: Wolf, 1; Smith,
1. Wild pitches: Hatch, 1; Clarke, 1. Time:
2.35. Umpire: Conlhan. Attendance: (SuO.
Stlmmel Wlna Own Game.
SIOUX CITY, April 23. Sioux City ami
Denver played an exciting gunie of bull to
day, the home team winning by a score of
7 to li. The contest was chock full of good
hitting, but this was somewhat marred by
poor team work on both Bides. Stlmmel
drove in what prvved to be the winning
runs In the llfth inning by a timely two
bugger over the right field fence. Score:
Totals 35 7 18 27
6 12 24 17
Datted for Toman In ninth. a
Sioux City 0 2 2 0 8 0 0
Denver 2 0 1 1 0 0 1
Kiirned runs: Sioux City, 4; Denver, 3.
Two-base hits: Weed, Stlmmel, Mi Hale.
Kngle. Double plays: Toman to Reddick to
Wheeler; Granville to Weed to Spies, left
on bases: Sioux City, 7; Denver, 6. Stolen
buses: Buuer, Spies, Sheehan. Oranvillu,
Murphy (2, Relden, Wlieetw. Hucrltlce
hits: Nobllt, Williams, ftnlden. Wheeler,
Moore. Buses on bail: Off Stlmmel. 2; off
Kngle. 2. Hit by pitched bull: Wheeler.
Struck out: By Stlmmel. 6; by Kngle. L
1'asaod bull: Sheehan. Time: 1:45. Umpires:
Breiinuu and Uiflurd. Attendance: sou.
Standing of the Teams.
Played. Won. Lost.
Sioux City 8 4 2
Des Moines 6 4 2
Omaha 6 3 3
UlHolii 6 8 3
1 Mover 6 3 3
Pueblo 6 16
Gum as today: Omaha at Lincoln. Denver
at tiioux City, Pueblo at Des Moines.
GAME IX AMERICA ASSOCIATION
Wlna from Toledo
TOLEDO, O., April 23 Armhrustei"e
muff of AleChesney s easy fly in the tenth
permitted Milwaukee to score its wlu
Bilig run today, bcore:
'B.H O A.B). B H O A E.
Robinson, ss. 4 1 0 1 1 Armb'atar, rf. I ft I 0 1
UrwD. rt I I I S 1 J. ( larks, II.. I 1 4
M l'u.j, If I 1 I IXmoat, ib. . ( 1 I
Balmuan. lb. t 11
ISaiaut. cf 4 1 1 t
Clark. Ib I
Koiu. c 4
Hrmphlll, cf. 4
W,torm a. lb 4
Sobaaiborf . p I
I C Pukora.r, ib. I I I M
d tlarbaau. sa.. 4 14 11
0 0 W l l.rka, lb 4 I II 1 4
1 0 Abbott, 14 4 4 1
1 Land. I 4 I
Total. M 1 l II lHiaa ..... I 114 1
Totsla IT I H 11
Reagan batted for Ulllen In tenth.
Milwaukee ..001001610 14
Toledo 010000101 08
Home run: McChesney. Two-base hits:
Rarbeau, McCoruUik, Robinson. toluu
buses: J. Clarke Kit. hucrirlre hit: 11.
Clark. Struck out: By Ulllen, 4; by
8i huelbel a. 4. Bsss an. buU: Vtf Q'l
luu. li oil ticbueiber, 1. Double ils.
P-arbeau to W. Clarke (S). Hit with bell:
Robinson. Wild rttch: Bohnelberg. Um
pire; Kane. Time: 1:00.
At Columbus Columbus-St. Paul post
At Indianapolis Indianapolis-Kansas
City postponed; rain.
At Louisville Loulsvllle-Mlnneapolls
Manilla of the Teams.
Played. Won. Lost. Pet.
Columbus . 6 6 1 .Kt3
Indianapolis 6 4 1 .S"0
lioulsville 4 11 .r-o
Toledo 7 3 4 .421
Milwaukee 7 8 4 .4.
fct. Paual 6 2 4 .8.M
Kanous City I 1 2 .S.U
Minneapolis 6 16 .lt7
Games today: Milwaukee at Toledo, St.
Paul at Columbus. Minneapolis at Louis
ville, Kansas City at Indianapolis,
OSE OAME H AMERICAN LEAUl C
St. I.onls Proves an Easy Victim
DFTROIT, Mich., April J3.-Detrolt
found It easy to defeat St. Louis, the er
ratic fielding of the visitors helping In the
DETROIT. ST. LOt'18.
B.H.O.A.B. U.H O A K
Mclntyre. If .! o osteins. If 4 1 4
Coughlln, ib. 4 0 t
0 H.mphlU. rt.t I I I
OFIikrrlni, of. 4 I 0 0 0
t 1 Wallaos, .. 4 1 t 4 1
0 0 Yi-r. ib... 4 0 I I I
1 0 Jon.i, lb I 1 I 1 0
1 0 t)lhantr, lb 4 1 I 1 1
1 1 Buvlow, .... I 0 I t 1
6 0 Morgan, S....I 6 0 I 4
Cr.wlpnl, ol. 4 1 V
Cobb, rf ill
Rnuman, lb. t 1 14
Bchrrtr, tb.. I 0 1
Schmidt, c... 4 11
O'Lesrr. .... 4 t 1
Mullln, p 4 1?
'Fruit I 0 f 0 0
.31 11 37 14 iNlls 1 1 0
ToUla 11 I 14 II I
Batted for Buelow In the ninth.
Batted for Morgan In the ninth.
Detroit 2 1 3 0 0 0 1 0 7
St. Louis 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 24
Two-base hits, O'Leary (2), Niles.' Stolen
buses: Mclnlyre. Sctutefer. Double play:
Wallace to Jones to Buelow. Left on
bases: Detroit, 6; St. Louis, 7. Bases on
balls: Off Muulin, 1; off Morgan, 3. First
base on errors: Detroit, 4; St. Louis. 1.
Hit by pitcher: By Mullin, 1; by Morgan.
1. Struck out: By Mullln, 1; by Morgan,
1. Passed balls: Schmidt, 2. Time: 2j&
At New York Boston-New York game
postponed; wet grounds.
At Philadelphia Washlngton-Phlladel
phlu game postponed; wet grounds.
At Cleveland Chicago-Cleveland game
Standing of the Teams.
Played. Won. Lost.
7 6 2
New York 1 6 2 .714
Chicago 8 6 8 .67
Philadelphia 8 6 8 .6if
Cleveland 7 4 8 .671
Detroit 9 i 4 .666
Boston 8 8 6 .376
Wushlngton 7 2 6 ,2Mi
St. Louis t 2 7 .222
Games todav: St Louis at Detroit
Chicago at Cleveland, Washington at New
York, Philadelphia at Boston.
BASES BLOCKED AND GAME ENDS
Some Queer Notions of Umpires as
Helated by Magnates.
President Murphy of the Cubs was In the
press box during the game at Columbus re
cently, surrounded by a bunch of visiting
and local sporting writers. The bases were
full when Reillv came up.
"Down In Nashville they would call him
out," said Murphy. "They had an umpire
there one time tnai suaaeniy woae up n,
find the buses full. The man at bat was a
good waiter and pretty soon four bad ones
had been thrown to him.
" 'Four balls; you're out,' howled the
" 'What am I out for?' asked the batter.
" 'The bases are, all full, and there's no
plnce for you,' was the answer.
"The batter protested, but had to stand
That caused a man to tell a similar story
that Is one of Bobby Qulnn's extensive
repertoire. It seems that there waa a club
in one of the leagues that had three par
ticularly slow runners. They were so
elephantine in their strides that they were
the Juke of the league. One day all three
of them got on bases. The umpire looked
around, saw the situation, and, advancing
to the plate, called the game.
T I1UI .1. J ' i, i-aiiiiiH luv B ' .i, t "
blockhead?" shouted the captain of the
home team, whose club was several runs
to the good.
"The buses are blocked," said the ump.
Zalasky Joins Grand Island.
GRAND ISLAND. Neb.. April 23. (Spe
cial.) The management of the base ball
club has secured Catcher Zalusky of last
year's Kearney team and brother of the
Denver Zalusky, as captain of the team
and has the team quite well filled, with the
exception of a first baseman. Several
dates with Lincoln a-nd Pueblo for Sunday
games during the season have already been
arranged for. It Is expected to assemble
the team early in May.
Central Collegia Dates.
rF.NTRAL CITY. Neb.. April 23. (Spe
cial.) The Nebraska Central college has
completed Its schedule tor spring iracg
meuis, taking up the following dates:
Hastings college at Central City, May 6;
Grand Island Baptist college at Grand
Island, May 13; York college at xorK, May
18; annual state meet at Lincoln, May 25.
Every member of last year's team are In
training and with plenty of new material
Nebraska Central will make a good run
for lirst place.
Ashland to Have nail Team.
ASHLAND, Neb., April 23. (Special.)
The local base ball season will open May 1.
Mayor-elect Yowell, who has been elected
manager of the Ashland team, together
with a strong committee of business men,
has raised several hundred dollars for the
support of the team during the coming
year. A number of players of reputation
from over the state have been secured.
Welch hss his eye on the ball this spring.
Greens Nebiaska Indians will play at
A special dispatch from Terre Haute saya
Butch Freese has not been hit on the head
Billy White Is developing Into the sacri
fice man of the team, the game that wlna
He got two Monday.
Omaha has a Hall; Sioux City has a Hall
and Denver has a Hall, all pitchers, but
the one In Sioux City is a cold proposition.
Gessler Is having the time of his life
pounding the bull In the American asso
ciation. And several others on Columbus
are enjoying similar recreation.
Guy Buckles ana Kid Farmer will not
box down on the Island Sunday, aa was
scheduled, so Charley Jordan and Peter
Loth suy. These two men have the sum
mer's lease on the "Omaha," and that
boat Is now steaming up the river, soon
to be stationed here, where aeveral ath
letic contests will be held this season.
The game warden evidently means to
have the game laws of the state enforced.
Sunday Deputies Smith and Pleraon ar
rested nine people at Cut Off lake for Il
legal shooting and prosecuted them In the
courts. The lawhreukers will soon learn
that George Carter means business and
whin he says that mud hens nor any other
kinds of birds may not be shot In the
closed season, hat goes. A complaint has
come In of shooting near Seymour lake and
the deputies will watch that lake with a
view of prosecuting lawbreakers.
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MASON SETTLES DOWN IN THE FOURTH
Lnndarren Saeeeede Freser and the
Ballfest Cornea to aa End
Scores af the Other
CHICAGO, April 23. All the runs scored
and all the hitting waa done In the first
three Innings today, both Mason and
Fraser being batted freely. Mason settled
down In the fourth and waa hltless. as
waa Lundgren, who relieved Fraser In the
same Inning. Bcore:
B H O A B
Dl.nl.. cf ...4 114 Homtlna. lb.. I 1 I
Shcrhard, If.. I 4 14 (Kan. If 4 4 4 0
BrhuK.. rf... 1 14 4 Cb.'ia. cf I 110
RanilaU. rf... I 4 I 4 1 Lobart, Ib.
Chanra, lb. . . I 1 11
8t.mr.idt, Ib I 1
Hofmaa, as. .. I 0 1
Bvera, Ib I 0 I
Kllng. e 16 4
Fraa.r. p 0 0 0
Lundaran. d.. 10 1
0 Mnwrr, as. ..
0 Maann, p....
1 01411 u 1 It I 1
Touts 24 I IT IS 1
Batted for Mason In ninth.
Chicago 1 8000000 4
Cincinnati 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0-3
Two-base hit: Stelnfeldt. Three-base hits:
Slagle, LoberL Hits: Off Fraser, 6 In three
innings. Sacrifice hits: llofinan, Fraser,
Stelnfeldt, Kane. Stolen bases: Slagle,
Huggins, Mitchell. Ix-ft on bases: Chicago,
6; Cincinnati, 8. First base on balls: Off
Fraser, 2; off Lundgren, 4; off Mason, 2.
Hit by pitched ball: Chunce. Ever. Time:
2:00. Umpires: Carpenter and Johnstone.
rlttsborg Defeats St. Loots.
ST. IX)UIS, Mo., April 23. The St. Loula
Nationals lost again today to Pittsburg, the
score being 7 to 5. The starting of the
game was delayed a half hour by wet
grounds, which were soggy when the game
began. Pittsburg won In the eighth Inning,
when Abaticcho got ji three-bane hit, and
the visitors were assisted by Beebe. who
made a balk and also let Sheehan have
lirst base on balls. Singles bv Lynch and
Anderson also helped. Score:
PITTSDVRO. ST. LOl'IB.
Andaraon, cf. I
0Kllr, rf 4
CO'lUra. If ... 4
Hallman, rf.. 4
Clarka, If.... I
Wasn.r, lb. .. I
Ab'tlrhlo, lb. I
Shc.ban, ss. .. I
Storka. lb.... I
Pbalpa, c I
Lynca, p 4
0 Bennett, Ib. . . I
OHait.r, lb.... I
C Byrne, lb.... I
1 Hulljr, aa I
1 B.be, p 4
4 Uurcb, cf.... I
Total. 10 10 17 14 4 Totals II 10 21 II 1
Pittsburg 08000004 0 7
St. Loula 00101100 26
Two-base hits: Byrne, Clarke. Three
base hit: Abatlcchlo. Sacrifice hits:
O'Hara, Holly, Wagner. Stolen bases
Keny, Burcn (), Clarke. Dounie play.
Kelly to Baxter. Left on bases: St.
Louis, 10; Pittsburg, 3. First base on
balls: Off Beebe, 4; oft Lynch, 4. btruck
out: By Beebe, 4: by Lynch, 3. Passed
hall: Phelps. Balk: Beebe. Time: 2:06.
New York Bunches Hits.
BOSTON, April 23. Both pltchera weak
ened toward the close of today's game,
hut New York's hlta were more timely and
the visitors won their fourth successive
victory over the local team, 4 to 2. Bcore:
NEW YORK. BOSTON.
Shannon, If.. 4 1 ft 0 Sates, rf I 1 1 0 0
Strang, if. ...4 110 STenn.y. lb... I 14 0 1
Devlin, lb ... I 10 1 CBeaumont, of. ( I 1 0 0
Seymour, of.. 4 0 4 0 0 Howard, If... 4 0 1 1 0
Brvanaban, e. I 1 I 1 0Brtdw.ll, as.. 4 1110
Mcittnn, lb.. 4 111 OKitchey, lb.. I 0140
Dahlen, as... 4 1 3 4 0 Brain, 3b 4 114 0
Coroorsn, lb. 4 I 0 1 0 OrndorS, o. . . I 0 4 1 0
Ferguson, p.. 4 0 1 1 0 Young, p I I 0 I 0
'Uurke 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 14 11 17 11 O'Bnah 1 0 0 0 0
Total. 14 1124 11 1
Shannon out, hit by batted ball.
Batted for Orndorff In the ninth. '
Batted for Young In the ninth.
New York 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 8 04
Boston 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 12
Two-base hit: Bates. Three-base hit:
Beaumont. Sacrifice hits: Devlin, Rltchey.
Stolen basea: Devlin (2). Shannon, Brain.
Beaumont. First base on balls: Off
Young. 2; off Ferguson, 8. Hit by pitcher:
Strang, Howard. Struck out: By Young,
3; by Ferguson, 7. Time: 1:46. Umpire:
At New York Philadelphia-Brooklyn
game postponed; wet grounds.
Standing: of the Teams.
Played. Won. Lost. PC
Chicago 8 7 1 .875
Philadelphia 7 6 2 714
New York 9 6 8 .667
Pittsburg 7 4 8 .671
Cincinnati 8 8 6 .333
Boston 8 6 .8:s8
St. Loula 10 8 7 .800
Brooklyn 7 16 .143
Gamea today: Boston at Brooklyn, New
York at Philadelphia, Pittsburg at St.
Loula, Cincinnati at Chicago.
Ideals Defeat Ravens.
The Ideals defeated the Ravens In a
loosely played game Sunday by a score of
M to 7. The features were the pitching of
Ball for the Ideals, who struck out four
teen and allowed but three bases on balls
and the hard hitting of the Ideals. Score: '
B H.O A K. B.H.O.A.B
Oroaaman. Ib I I I I 1 Baaoo, I list
Parrot, rf.... I 1 0 CSrbn.lder, p.. 4 0 1 I 0
Btfxer, cf. ... I 110 0 Shannon, lb.. 4 0 14 1 4
Smith. If 4 10 0 OEImer, ss.,., 4 0 0 4 1
Litton, as.... 4 1ST 1 Pates. Ib 4 III?
Ball, p 4 8 1 I CM.br. lb 4 I I i t
Murphr. lb.. 1 1 4 I tfheaner. If.. 4 0 110
Overman, o... I 0 1 I 1 Su.hurs, cf. 4 0 1 4 I
Monroe, lb... I 111 1 CBngll.h. rf... 4 0 0 0 0
Totals ei 1IIIS I ToUls 17 "l il 14 II
Struck out: By Ball. 14; by Schneider! 4
Bases on balls: Oft Ball, 3; off Schneider,
f HI1 bK balli by Hal1- i by Schneider,
1. Three-base hit: Smith. Two-base hits'
Smith (2). Litton, Murphy, Monroe.
Ramblers play Store.
SOUTH OMAHA, April 28. To the Kdltor
of The Bee: I noticed an article In the
World-Herald stating the Ramblers would
play the Diamonds next Sunday. In behalf
of the Ramblers I wish to say we have
matched no gams with the Diamonds. We
play the Store team at its new purk Sun
day. I tried a number of times In the first
part of the season to get this date with the
Diamonds, but never heard from the man
ager, so I booked other games.
L. C. MARSH.
Manager Rambler Base Ball Club.
After Stors Trophy.
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Kris Malts Win Two.
The Krug Malts defeated the E2ka 12 to 7
and the Lilacs 22 to 6.
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OMAHA. April 22 To the Editor of The
Bee: I would like to enter my team In the
contest for the sliver trophy offered by Mr
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