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TTIF. OMATTA DAILY BEE: THURSDAY. MAY 0. 1007.
AtYFIL BUMP FUR M'SEELE
Loci! B rely ftre fbitont t Etnds o!
Ult Creek 'tlneeers.
SCORE 10 TO 2, CMAH LANDING IN NINTH
It an .'alia to eltle Down and
Iteplared fcy Hall In Second, bat
tailors Already llnve
McNtelry got hii bumps from the Uncoln
tram Kt Vinton Street park Wednesday
afternoon before the barmcr weekday crowd
of the aeiimin anil was replaced in the sec
ond inning after four runs had been scored
on him. Hull was sent In to take his
piaee with one cut and tho bases filled.
Tills did not seem to bother Hall much,
for but cm man faced hi in after that and
he made a hit. but (Jondinfr threw the aide
out at second, leaving Omaha Ave runa to
the bad. They could not overcome the
lead and loit the game. 10 to i. barely Hav
ing a shutout by some fast work In the Inst
The sliut.-iit hnbU had seized the Rourke
family or the grounds, but It looked as If
the shutout was to be handed biick to
Omaha, fcr Znckert pitched magnificent
ball and had the Rourkes on his hip, but
In an unguardeded moment In the last In
ning the Omaha boys got busy and two
runs resulted. The two Z'a, Zackcrt and
Zlnran make quite a battery, and the
Omaha bitters did not fatten their batting
averages very much. When McNeeley was
sent in to pitch the fans remembered the
twenty-flve-hlt game at Lincoln and for
got the magnificent game he had pitched
against Sioux City last Siturdny. He
atarted In bad and the Bryanltes lambasted
the ball all over the lot. Ketchem hit It
out to Welch and was out, but Fox landed
safe and Fenlon hit for a double, which,
however. Autrey might have caught had
he not misjudged It. Thomas hit to Franck
who juggled It long enough f;r Fenlon to
score, and St. Louis Jack was caught try
Ing to steal second. Omaha went out one
two-three for the first three Innings, but
nine men facing Zackcrt.
McNeeley t'p In the Air
In the second Inning Holmes struck out
and it looked like Mac might settle down.
but no such luck was In store. Steen was
passed and Zlnran hit fur a double, which
Scored Steen. Zackert surprised himself
by hitting safe and bringing Zlnran home.
Kctclicm followed with a safe clout and
Fox was walked, and then Captain Franck
decided to send Mac to the stable to rest
up a bit. Hall whs called out and Ketchem
' Was cnUKht leading too far from second.
Fenlon hit safe and scored Zackert, but he
was caught trying to purloin the second
Two more runs were made by LJncoln in
the third Inning on two Binglos and the sec
ond error for Mr. Franck. in the seventh
Inning Thomas singled, went to third on
Holmes' double and stole home. In the
last Inning Fox was hit by a pitched ball
and was nulled at second when Fenlon
tried to sacrifice. Fenlon stole second and
Davidson walked. Thomas hit for a double,
scoring Fenlon, but Davidson was nailed
at the plate by a relay from Chick by
Austin. Thomas stole home,
Two Ram for Omaha.
. The only excitement Omaha furnished In
the game was in the last Innln. Dolan
struck out and Austin hit for a single.
Graham reached first on Fox' error and
Oondlng went out on an Infield hit. Thomas
threw the ball home to catch the fleet
tooted Austin and everyone thought the
ram was over, but when the 'dust had
;leared away It was discovered that Zlnran
had dropped the ball, and during the melee
Graham stole home, making the second run.
Today will be the lajit game on the
Omaha grounds for some time, as the
Rourkes leave for the west tj play Denver
and Pueblo, stepping on the way to the
mountains for an exhibition game at Grand
Island with the Des Moines team.
AB. R. H. PO
Ketchem, cf 5
Fenlon. rf .
1 uivlrtson. If
Thomas, lb .
Holmes. 3b .
Pteen, as ....
Zlnran. o ...
' Zackert, p ..
10 11 27 10
AB. R. H. PO.
Relden. rf .
. Franck, sa .
Autrey, If ..
Welch, cf ..
" Iolan. lb ..
tribute tb 'M
C I CS
STORZ BEER, won
Highest Award at
Lincoln State Fair. 1883.
High at Award and
Gold Medal at Trans
Omaha, 1888. Highest
Award and Qold Medal
at Lewta and Clark Cen
Portland, Ore., 1905.
This, when In competi
tion with the renowned
beers of the world, and
when Judged by a Jury
of the moot critical ex
pert No other beer
has had higher endorsement-
for your hauOth's sake.
Keep a case In your
home. fetors Brew Ins;
Cak, Omatuu lil
V. l litM IH ISmfSI -tofcr lis.. smnAsnT'l
Urahsm, 2b .
linking, c .
Totals t 7
Ratted for Hall In the ninth.
Lincoln I t t 0 O 0 1 0 3-10
Omnha 0 00000 Z
1 Inoln Z 4 10010 1 11
Omaha 0 0 C 1 1 t 0 1 2 7
Two-bn hits: An.ttln. Fenlon, Thomas.
Holmes, Zlnran. JIhsos on balls: Off Zack
ert, 1; off McNeeley, Z; ofT Hull, 3. nil
by pitched ball: Hy Hall. 1. StnirK out:
Hv Hall. 1: by Zackart, . Hits: Off Mc
(vev, t In ore and one-third Innings.
lft on baas: Omaha. A; Lincoln. 5. Sac
rifice hit: Holmes. Stolen bases: Fox iv.
Thomas. Holmes. Fenlon. Time: 1:46. At
tendance: i.luO. Vmplres: Gifford and
Xotea of the name.
MrNeeley surely had an off day and put
them over the plate as big as balloons.
Graham was again made to doff his cap
on two different occasions because of two
cirrus catches he made.
Ketchem was caught napping at second
and nailed by the Gondlng-Franck combin
ation. Luck seemed to turn Wednesday and
nothing went right. The other fellows were
getting the hits and stealing the bases,
Just the reverse of other days.
Gifford officiated back of the plate, but
he has not the voice of his partner nor
dues he umpire with his hands.
Ions Easy for Champs.
SIOUX CITT. May 8.-Loose p1yln
the pert of Sioux City and timely batting by
Ies Moines In the third inning gave the
Champions a lead of four and made today s
game a runaway comedy for the leaders.
rUlmmel was hit freely, while Oehring was
Invincible until the seventh Inning, when he
eased oft a trifle. Score:
AB. R. H.
TO. A. E.
1 1 0
.5 2 S
. S 1 0
. S 0 1
. t 0 1
6 10 27 11
in R H. FO. A. E-
f'nmnhell If 4
1 1 Z U
D. Btieenan, v
Noblit, cf 4 1
Weed, 2b 4 0
Hauer, rf 8 0
Williams, lb 4 0
Oranvllle, s 8 0
J. Bhechan, C... 8 0
Stlmmel, p 0
Trttnln. . . .
7 27 U
Pes Moines 0 0 J ? 5
Sioux City 0 0000010 1-2
Two-base hits: Campbell, Dash wood,
Oehring. Double plays: Williams to Shee
han; Oehring to Dexter. Left on bases:
Sioux City. 6; De Moines, . Bto en bases:
Hauer, Schlpke, Dexter, Corkhlll. Sacri
fice hit: Corkhlll. Bases on balls: Off Stlm
mel, i; off Oehring, 2. Struck out : By
Stlmmel, 6; by Oehring. 6. Wild pitches:
Slimmel, 2; Uehrlng, 1. Passed ball: Shee
han. Time: 2:00. Umpire: Conahan. At
Pueblo Is "hat Ont.
PUEBLO, May 8. The locals were un
able to hit Bohannon tortay and Pueblo was
shut out. Both teams played errorless bail.
McHale, lb 6
Totals - 87
4 10 27 18
AB. R. H. PO.
Cook. If 4 0 8 8
Ryan, ZD J
McGlivray, lb 8
Mulchlor, rf 4
Harms, cf 4
Corhan, sa 4
Smith, C 8
Morgan, p 8
Totals 82 0 I 27 12 0
Tenver 0 0 0 1 2 1 o o v
Pueblo 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Tn.i.au hits: Cassady. Corhan. Three-
base hits: Wheeler t2). Sacrifice hit: Ryan.
Passed ball: Smith. Struck out: By Mor-a-ajv
2: by Bohannon, 2. Base on balls:
Off Bohamion, 2. Wild pitch: Morgan. Time:
13V. Umpire: Haskell. Attendance: 1,000.
Standing; of the Teams.
Played. Won. Lost. Pet.
Des Moines 17 12
r.n,.Vi. 18 11
Bioux City 18 8
Lincoln J J
i:imn today: Lincoln at Omaha, Des
Moines at Sioux City, Denver at Pueblo.
GAMES IS THE AMERICA! LEAGl'K
Chicago Oothlts and OatSclda Clere-
land, toot la Defeated.
CHICAGO, May . The Chicago Ameri-
nut hit and outflelded Cleveland today,
yet lost the game t to 7. Flene's wlldnes
In the sixth Inning, followed by Flicks
three base hit, was the deciding factor.
Clarke was benched for disputing Umpire
Stafford s decisions, ocurs;
riirk rf i I I 0 Hahn. rf t 1 t
Brdlr. lb.. 4 0 11 J. ef 4 4 110
Itottll. lb... 1 11 1 lUbcll. lb.... 4 I t 1 0
Ltlol. lb.... 4 114 ODonobus, lb. I lit I 0
( urks. C....I 110 ORoh. u $ 0 0 10
WiMBelt. o. I 0 1 0 ODoufharty, It I t I 0
CohmKoh. rtl 1 1 0 OQullltn, lb... 4 18 10
HlDchmao, If. 1 0 0 McPu-ltnd. . I 1 4 I 0
Turn.r. as.... 4 0 4 0 1 Altrock, p... 1 0 110
Mora. 8 0 18 lriws. s I 100
Jo. s 104
Total! SO 9 81 18
Touts U 1 17 11
Chicago 0 0 0 0 1 8 1 0 0-8
Cleveland 8 001180 07
Two bas hits: Clarke, Hlnchmsn, Brad
ley. Three base hits; Flick. Isbe.ll. Hits:
Oft Altrock, 4 In four Innings; off Flene, S
In five Innings; off Moore, In Ave and
one-third Innings; off Joas, 8 In three and
two-thirds innings. Sacrifice hit: Bradley.
Stolen bases: Lajoie. Double plays: La)ols
and Stovall; Jones and Donohue; Joss,
Lajoie and Stovall UJ- Left on baaen:
Cleveland, 4; Chicago, t. Bases on balls:
Off Altrock. 1; off Moore, 4; off Flene, 4;
off Jos. 1. Struck out: By Altrock, 4; by
Moore, 1: by Flene, 1; by Joss, 1. Passed
ball: McFarland. Wild pltcfV Joas. Time
of game. 1:67. Umpires, Stafford and
At St. Louis St. Louis-Detroit; wet
Standing at the Teams.
Played. Won. Lost. Pet.
... 21 14 7 .6S7
Games today: Washington at St. Louis,
Philadelphia at Chicago, New York at
Cleveland, Boston at Detroit.
Iowa Leaarne Results.
MAR8HALLTOWN. Ia., May 8 (Special
Telegram. Following are the results la the
At Ottuinwa: H.H.B.
Marshalltown . 0 1 1 I 1 M l-Ill I
Ottuinwa 0 M i 1 I 1 1 18 !1 1
Batteries: Orlffln and Forney; Sedgwick,
Cor bat t and Crittenden.
At Oskaloosa: R.H.E.
Waterloo 0 0 4 0 1 0 4 0 0 18 0
Oskaloosa ...0 00010009 01 ( 1
Batteries: Hollenbeck and Clark; Shaw
At Keokuk: R.H.E.
(julncy 0 0 1 0 1 9 0 0 l4 7 1
Keokuk 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 01 8 7
Batteries: Schaaf and Williams; Farrell
At Burlington: R.H.E.
Jacksonville ....0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 14 9 2
Burlington 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 01 8 1
Batteries: McCarthy and Pratt; Greene
Uamee In Taree-I Leasee.
At Decatur Decatur, 11; Peoria, 9.
At Cedar Rapids Cedar Rapids, 1; Clin
At Dubuque Rock Island, 11; Dubuque, 1.
At Springfield Sprlngfield-Bloonilngton
game postponed; wet grounds.
Dakota Beats htutveon.
VERMIIJON. 8. D.. May 8. -(Special Tl-egra-iu.
) Ttia State university 111 taam de
feated Simiaon college today, XI to 4. Bat
teries: , University. Kurrhner and Ryan;
bluipeoo, Dekalb, Baird and Brants.
Cellege Ball Games.
At New Haven Yale, 3; Dartmouth, 1
Austin, itb ..
PFEFfER IN FINE MRU
Rodi TJnabla to Get a Bit Cff tho Et on
HOME TEAM JUS EASY VICTORY
lilts Arc Banrherl In Third, Fnartk,
Fifth nasi Eighth Innings
Scares of Other
R08TON, May 8.-Pfeffer shut out Cin
cinnati without a hit or a run today and
Boston won easily, 8 to 0. Runs came
through bunching hits In four innings.
B H O A B. B H O A B.
Kates, rf I 1 I ORuactna, tb.. 4 0 t 4 t
Tanner, lb... t 0 IS 0 OKana, lb 4 0 0 I 1
Braamont. cf 4 2 I 0 0 Dala, cf 4 000
Howard, tb .. I 0 t I OUobert. aa ...I 0 18 0
Br11w.ll, aa.. 8 10 4 OOaaial, lb... I 0 10 0 0
Burka. If 4 18 0 OMltrhall, rf..l 0 1 0 1
Brain, lb I 1 8 I I Krnitt, lb . I 0 0 0
Brows, a 1110 OSrhiat, 0 10(8
Pfaffar, S....S 11 OMaaoo, s t 1 8
Totals W I 11 I Totals T 0 H 14 4
Boston 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 -
Cincinnati 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Two-base hits: Pfeffer. Sacrifice hits: Ten
ney, Howard. Mason. Hugglns. Stolen
bases: Brldwell, Gantel. Left on bases:
Boston. 4; Cincinnati, 4. Bases on balls:
Off Pfeffer, 1; off Mason. 8. Hit by
pitcher: Ganzel, Brldwell. Struck out: By
Pfeffer, 8; by Mason, 1. Time: 1:45. Um
pire: Km si I a.
Qaafcera Bat Oat Victory.
PHILADELPHIA, May 8-St. Louis de
feated Philadelphia by hitting Sparks and
Moran hard. McGlynn held the home team
safe until the ninth Inning, when four
runs were scored on five hits and a base
on balls. Buckley saved the game for the
visitors by a great stop of Titus' hit. Score:
T. LOt 19. PHILADELPHIA. ,
B H.O.A K. B.H.O.A .
Kallr. rf 484 OThnmaa, ef.. 41000
Burna, lb.... t 19 0 OOlaaaon, lb.. 8 4 10
Halir, St.... 8 8 18 1 Tltua, rf I 110 0
Harklar, lb.. S 114 0 OMaasa. It 8 0 8 0
Murrar, rf...4 10 0 OBranaflald, lb 4 1 T I 0
O'Hara, If.... 4 ( i 1 OCoartncy, lb. 4 8 4 1 1
Crawford, aa. I I 1 4 ODoolln. aa.... 4 111
Noonan, a.... 4 8 4 1 OJarklltach, a. 4 1 I
McOlrna. P..8 1 t OSparka, p.... 4 110
Moren. d 1 0 0 1 0
Total! 17 II 17 II 1 MrQulllla. P 0 0 0 0
. 'Lunh 1 0 0 9
Knabe 1 0 0 0 0
Dooln 1 1 0 0 0
Totals 17 11 17 II I
Batted for Doolin In eighth.
Batted for Sparks In. third.
Batted for McQulllln In ninth.
St. Loui 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0-4
Philadelphia 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Two-base hits: Bransfleld. Doolin. Holly.
Murray. McGlvnn. Three-base hit: O Hara
Hits: off Sparks, 7 In three Innings; off
Moren. 6 In five Innings: off McQulllln, 1
In one Inning. Sacrifice hits: Crawford, Mc
Glynn. Stolen bases: O'Hara, Noonan
Double nlav: O'Hara to Noonan. Left on
bases St. Louts, 7; Philadelphia, . Bases
on balls: Off McGlynn, 8. First on errors:
St. Louis. 2; Philadelphia, 1. Hit by
Ditcher. Kellv. Struck out: By McOlynn, 8;
by Moren. 8. Time: 2:05. Umpires: Carpenter
Chlcaa-o Piles Up Blgr Score
BROOKLYN. May 8. -The Chicago Na
tionals outplayed the Brooklyns today, de
feating them by a big margin, score:
Batted Tor Bergen In seventn.
CHICAOO. ' BROOKLYN.
Blasls. ef.... I 1 0 OMaloner. of. .1110 0
Shackaro., If.. 6 110 OCaaar, lb 4881
ichulta, rt...l til tLumlar. rf... 4 1001
rhinn. lh... 4 0 10 1 OJurrian lb... 4 18 0 8
Btalnfaldt. lb t I 1 0 1 McCarthy. If. I I 0
Hoffman, as.. 4 11 OAlparman, ID t
Evan, lb t 14 OLawla. as.... I 118
Klln, 8 1 8 OB.rs.n. 0.... 1 0 4 8 0
Brown, p 4 8 0 1 6'Batrb . 1 0 0 0 0
Butlar. a 1 0 0 1
Totals 41 14 87 10 1 Btrtcklatt, p. 1 ( 0
Touts U 8 87 1 1
Chicago 1 1 8 0 0 0 0 8 1-12
Brooklyn u o u v z i
Two-base hits: Sheckard. Stelnfeldt, Jor
dan, Alperman. Sacrifice hits: Hoffman,
Brown, Lewis. Stolen basest Slagle, Sheck
ard (2). Evers. Kllng. Double plays: Hoff
man to Chance, Chance (unassisted). Brown
to Hoffman to Chance. Left on bases: Chi
cago, 9; Brooklyn, 4. Bases on balls: Off
Strlcklett, 8; off Brown, 8. First Dase on
errors: Chicago, 1; Brooklyn, L Struck out:
By Strlcklett, 8; by Brown, . v na pucn:
Brown, 'lime: 2:02. Umpire: Rlgler.
New York Shats Oat Plttsbvrgr.
NEW TORK. May 8. In a fast and well
played game New York shut out Pittsburg
at the opening game between the west and
east at the polo grounds today. Mathew
son was In great form, while the local bat
ters had no difficulty In hitting Lelfleld.
NEW TORK. PITTSBl'Rfl.
Shannon. It.. 4 I 4 OHallman, cf.. 4 0 I 0 0
Strang. rf....l 1 0 OCIym.r. rf...4 0 10 0
DaYlla. tb... 1 111 OClarka, If.... 4 8 t 0
eTmour. cf..t 10 OWasnar, as... 4 1 (
Brranahan. t. 4 1 0 0 0 Abbatloblo, 2b 4 0 ( 0 0
Bowarman. lb 4 111 0 0 Newton, lb... I 1 I t 0
riahlan. sa... 8 0 I t 1 Laach. lb.... I 0 110
Corcoran, lb. 8 1 1 8 O'Ph.lpa I 1 t 1
Malbawaon, pt 0 0 LalBald, p...t 0 0 4
Totals IT HtU 1 Totals II (Mil 1
New York 0 0101100 -4
Pittsburg 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-r0
Two base hit: Clerk. Three base hits:
Devlin, Dahlen. Stolen base: Strang.
Double plays: Dahlen and Bowerman;
Neaion and Wagner. Left on bases: Pitts
burg. 6; New York,. 6. Bases on balls: Off
Mathewson, 1; off Liefield 5. First base
on errors: Plttsaurg, i. mruca out; ay
Lelfleld, 1: by Mathewson, 6. Time of game,
l:3o. Umpires. Klem and O'Day.
Standing of the Teams.
Played. Won. Lost. Pet.
New York ..
St. Louis ..
Oames today: Pittsburg at New York,
Cincinnati at Boston, Chicago at Brooklyn,
St. Louis at Philadelphia.
GAMES IX AMERICA ASSOCIATION
Milwaukee Skats Ont Leelsville 1st a.
MILWAUKEE, May 8. In a pitchers' bat
tle between Curtis and Puttman this after
noon Milwaukee defeated Louisville, 1 to 0.
Roblnaos, ss. 1 I 4 Itorall, rf... 4 11
Orasa, rf.... 1 0 tttanl.r, cf... 4 18 0 1
M Cbaenar. If t 1 1 0 t Braabaar, lb. 4 1 t t 0
Bataman. lb. 4 1 It 1 Sullivan, lb. 4 0 It 1 0
Clark. Ik.... 8 0 0 8 1 Naal. II 4 110 0
Rotoh I 1 I t Plats 4 0 1 1
Hemphill, of. t tQulnlaa, as . I 1 4 I
M'Cormlcs, tct 1 I 7 t Wood nig, lb t 1
Curtla, p t 1 4 Pullman, p.. I 4
Totala 4 17 IT 8 Totals tl 14 It 1
Milwaukee 0 0000101 -!
Louisville 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Two-base hits: Quinlan, McChesney. Sac
rifice hits: Green, McChesney. Stolen
baee: lUh, McCormlck, Stovall, Sullivan.
Double play: Quinlan to Sullivan: Left on
bases: Milwaukee, 8; Louisville, 6. Struck
out: By Puttman, 2. Passed ball: Plats.
Time: 1.20, Umpire: Kerln.
Toledo Wins from St. Pnnl.
BT. PAUL. May 8. Chech held St. Paul
to two singles toaay rxoruya
and Toledo won easily, a
bunts. Coy's two errors a
single In the second Innl
tour runs, score:
B H O A E. B.H.U A E.
Arnbruat'r, ttl 1 I ODuolaaTy, rf. 4 0 0 1
i. l larka. If. I 1 S S Koaniar, CI..S S a u
Dsmonl, lb.. 4 0 8 t 1 frlak. If 4 0 110
(moot. CI....8 0 10 "Nordrka. Ik.. I I I
Fuaornay. lb 4 1 Oalar. aa I 1
Barbaau. sa.. lit OPaddan. lb... I 0 I
W. Clarke, lb I 111 1 OTIamlar. lb.. I 0 0 8 1
Land, a 4 0 4 I 0 guidan, a.... 8 0 t 1 0
tbach. p 4 1 t'or. 4 I
Total. 14 Itttll
Totals M I tl U I
Crlaa batted for Tlemler In ninth.
Toledo 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 0 0-
tit. Paul 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0-1
Two-base hits: Chech, Pokomey. Sacri
fice hits: Demont. W. Clarke. Stolen base:
Armbruotex. Bases on balle: Off Chech. 4:
off Coy, 1 Hit with pitched ball: Padden.
IWt on bases: St. Paul, 6; Toledo, 7. Struck
out: By Chech, 8; by Cojr 3. Double play:
Pokorney to DemoDt to Clarke. Time: 1:3a.
Batchers Win from Hoeslera.
KANSAS CITY. May 8 Kansas City de
feated Indianapolis in a one-sided game to
KANSAS CITT. INDIAMAPOLI
IHOII B H OA B.
Karwia. rf .. 4 II OWIIItame. sa. 4 t I I I
Undaar. lb-. 111 ! e ouliap. u .. a s s a
Hill, cl 411 H . aiaa. rt
. 4 1 I .0
I Hulamaa. If. I 1 JO Km. lb..
arr.M. 10.. I 4 UrO, IS...
i i tit
P'irVa 5h ... J I 1 I 1 Kr.it, Sb I 1 1 i (
MrMrlna, as . 4 0 t (Sirs:-,. cf....l I I
s.ill:.n. c... I 1 t I Mvinawton. (
laaa. p 1 t Hour, c t
Htka. lb... s s 1
Totala II M 17 Icromler. p.. I 1
Totals U 4 1
Kansas City 0 1 0 0 4 1 0 10
Indianapolis 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 01
Struck out: Py Crmnley. 5: by Case, 4.
Bnses on balls: Off Crunle" 8: off Case, 1.
Itissed bnll: Llvlrgstoia. Two-hase hi's:
Carr, Kerwln, Huelsnmn, Hnrke. Dotible
tilay: Ciise to Krueaer to Lindsay. Time:
2.00. Umpire: Sullivan.
Minneapolis Defeats Colnmbaa.
MINNEAPOLIS. Mar 8 A fortunate hit
by Mertes when the bases were full won
the game for the locals today. Score:
B.H.O.A.B. B.H O A B.
O'NHII, If. ..6 0 ( 0 0 R.IHT. If ... 4 t
Dunoon, tb . I 0 4 0 1 Frlel. lb ( I I t 0
)Krta. ef ... S I i 0 OJuoe. rf I 0 0 0 1
Jn rraeman, rf4 1 1 1 ODtaalar, cf... I 1 I 0 0
Ormlnr. Ih 4 1 0 4 OKlhm. lb 4 1 I 0
Jr rreaman.lb 4 111 0 fj Hulawltt, aa..4 0 4 4 0
Graham, c... 4 114 0Wrllj. b.,4
Orl.r, aa i 1 0 t 1 Bltia, e I 1 4 1 0
Ford, p t 0 0 I 1 I pp. p t 1 0 1 0
Totals it T?4 t 1
Totals 15 ( 17 It t
Batted for Ford In the ninth.
Two out when winning run scored.
Minneapolis 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 18
Columbus 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 08
First base on balls: Off Ford, 4; off Upp,
Two-base hits: Mertes. 2. Three-base
hits: Upp, Gessler. Home run: John
Freeman. Sacrifice hit: Upp. Stolen
baaea; Graham, Frlel. Hit by pitched
ball: By I'db. 1. Struck out: Rv Ford.
8; by Upp. 4. Left on bases: Minneapolis.
7: Columbus. . Time: 1:46. Umpires:
Egan and Werden.
Standing of the Teams.
Played. Won. Lost. Pet.
Columbus 17 12 8 .706
Louisville 15 10 6
Kansas City IS 7 8 .btt
Toledo 18 9 8 .500
Milwaukee 21 10 11 .476
Indianapolis 19 8 11 .421
St. Paul 19 8 11 .421
Minneapolis 16 5 11 .813
Games today: Columbus at MlnneaDolls.
Toledo at St. Paul, Indianapolis at Kansas
City, Louisville at Milwaukee.
EVENTS ON THE RUNNING TRACKS
Rnstle Is the Only Fnrorlte to Wis
on the Jamaica Coarse.
NEW YORK. May 8.-1 1 was a bad day
for favorites on the Jamaica court today,
but one, McCarter, winning. Rustle won
the Sunolk stakes by five lengths. Re
sults: First race, five furlongs: Sweet Talre, 112
(Notter), 6 to 3, won; Alauda, 107 (Miller),
7 to 6, second; Dane, 107 (Garner), 7 to 2,
third. Time: 1:02. Dorante also ran. Hart
ford Boy and Mrs. O'Farrel left at the post.
Second race, selling, mile and a sixteenth:
Tony Bonero, 91 (Preston), 9 to 2, won;
Shenandoah, 97 (Musgruve), 8 to 1, seoond;
John Smulaki, 108 (Mountain), 6 to 1, third.
Time: 1:40. Robadore, Delmore, Fllmnap,
Flanslello and Lord Stanhope also ran.
Asora left at the post.
Third race, mile and a sixteenth: Dolly
Spanker, 110 (Miller), 13 to 6, won; Tommy
Waddel, 119 (Homer), 13 to 6, second; Flip
Flap. 126 (Knapp), 6 to 6, third. Time:
1:44. Lally also ran.
Fourth race, the Suffolk stakes, selling,
five furlongs: Rustle, 96 (Swain), 6 to 1,
won; Tartar Maid, 102 (Horner), 4 to 1,
second; Bide Heron, 104 (Notter), 2 to 1,
third. Time: 101. Thermidor, Rifle
Range, Ralmonde, Masks and Faces, Blue
Ban and Laughlln Eyes also ran.
Fifth race, six furlongs: Oyama, 113
(Radke), 6 to 1, won; Chief Hayes, 113
(Preston), 2 to 1, second; Sir Toddlngton,
It (Notter), 8 to 6, third. Time: 1:14V.
Ballot Box, Berkeley, New YorkL Suffice,
Durbar, Marvel P, Athens and L'Amour
Sixth race, five and a half furlongs: Mc
Carter, lie (Miller). 6 to B, won; Halifax.
126 (Radke), 2 to 1, second; Inquisitor, 118
(Notter), 4 to 1, third. Time: 1:07. Don
Domo, Lady Anne, Workman and Dr. Hol
11s also ran. Little Don left at the post.
LOUISVILLE, Ky., May 8.-ResulU at
First race, one mile: Quagga, 103 (Mo
rlarlty). 12 to 1. won; Delia Thorpe, 98
(Swain), 9 to 1, second; Zlck Abrams. 103
J. Lee), 6 to 1. third. Time: 1:48. Mon
vlna, San Ardo, Little Lighter, Drulon,
Kalaerhof and Anna Ruskln also ran.
Second race, four furlongs: Merrlfleld,
102 (J. Lee), 10 to 1, won; Grems, 98 (Gaugel),
16 to 1, second; Margaret Randolph, 93 (But
ler), 80 to 1, third. Time: 0:5o. Ches
wardlne, Florence Kell, Merry Touoh, Kath
erlne Murphy, Sharp Point, Lady Handsel,
Lady Hapsburg, Waterlock, Billy Bowlegs,
Caucus, Calvin, Insurgent and Vansel also
Third race, six furlongs: Demo, 84 (Skar
win), 20 to 1, won; Marmorean, 103 (Swain),
i .v. a, itcuuu, ziennea, ivi (uaugei), e to 1.
third. Time: 1:18V. K.rlr. r..r r
Graddy, Severe Crest, Monere, Little George
and Happy Jack also ran.
Fourth race purse, seven furlongs: Phil
f iV, 4uo t"rren), z 10 i, won; Kalbert,
109 (Nicol), 2 to 1, second; Beau Brummel,
99 (Dearborn). 12 to I thin ti.. i.oo
Harry Scott, Light Note, Milt lade's and
Mike Sutton also ran.
Fi'th race, four furlongs: Moquette, 100
w. isvi. iv m i, won; Geneva 8. 104 (Gau-
?el). 8 to 1. second; Tim Kelly, 100 (Taylor).
wto t third. Time: 0:504. Gllvedear, Ida
May, Esther Brown, Judge Dundon. Law
rence P. Daly, Palamon. Colonel Faverdale
ami me mercnani also ran.
Sixth race, mile and an eighth: Re
bounder K (J. Lee), 12 to 1. won; Bellln.
d an. li VI, .nil i. i a . ti-i
?aJJ- nHinne,1f y)i 4to 5' tnlr- Tlrn:
1.684. Belden, Lady Goodrich, Scalp Lock.
Mr. Famum and Attllia also ran.
8A,N FRANCISCO, May S.-ResuItS at
rirsi race, six rurlongs: Combury. log
(Mentry). 13 to 1, won; Rose Cherry, 106
(Bore!). 80 to 1. second; Calla. 104 (Fischer).
7 to t third. Time: 1:144. Polnsetta, Cur-
""u mi, iaaaen, Menaen, Baislnl, Salable,
Paladlnl. Remember and Nancy W finished
8econd race, six furlongs: Bemay, 10
(Keogh), 13 to 10, won; Tawasentha, lot
., !ar.)' 8 to "na; Elm Mate, 109 (W,
Kelly), 10 to 1, third. Time: 1:16V. Hllo
Deoro, Amlsa, Bon Vivant, Blanche O,
Peiadero, Golden Sentiment, Ray Bennett
and John H. Sheehsn flnlahjui
Third race, mile a nri twnu war.. t..'.i
! Maxim. 110 (A. Williams). 3 to 2. won;
Ti )?, waisn), 8 to 1. second; Seven
Bells, 110 (N. Davla). 7 to 1, third. Time:
1:454 Mohawk, Tetanus. Talentosa, Eu-
- !a a?,' Ar2,!It' ?rman!a. George KUborn
and Elota finished as named.
Fourth race. Ztgxag handicap, mile and
a furlong, purse 11,000: J. C. Clem, 100
(C. Ross), 3 to 1, won; Bedford, 1(J (W.
Kelly), 23 to 6. second: Eduardo, 08 (Mo
Rae), 9 to 1, third. Time: 1:624- Logls
tllls also ran.
Fifth race, six furlongs: Mlsty's Pride,
107 (Klrschbaum), 20 to 1, won; Dorado, loj
(Fischer). 4 to 1, second: Ranposal, 107 (Sul
livan). 17 to 1, third. Time: 1:134. Royal
Rogue, Gosslper, The Borgian, , Boloman,
Bribery, Silver Skin and Embrattaln fin
ished as named.
Sixth race, six and a half furlongs, purse:
Blagg, 96 (W. Kelly), 11 to 6, won; Ocean
shore. 90 (C. Ross), 3 to 1. second; St. Fran
cis. 110 (Keogh). 9 to 1, third. Time: 1:07.
Native Son, Fireball, Grasacutter, Lotta
Gladstone and Vanness finished as named.
Fish Come with Sna.
The return of warm weather has had
the effect of livening up the fish of Cut Off
lake and several nice strings were caught
Tuesday evening. The black bass were
striking fairly well and a few crapplea
were pulled out. -In some of the pockets
In the rushes in the east end the water
was fairly boiling with bass. Frank Brown,
who Is the Isaac Walton of the club house,
has a hunch the rrappie family will be at
home to all comers Thursday, May 9, and
he advises all fishermen who make a spe
cialty of this gamey little "ah to be on
h held St. Paul I . ,, . . "
AND "THE BEST."
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hand with their rods and rels. He nays
he has noticed for years that this la the
day the rrappie begin to strike like they
HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC MEET
Cempcte fer pencea la State Field
The anaiial high echoH field meet to de
termine who shall compete In the state
high school met, which will be held at
Lincoln, May 17, was pulled off at Diets
park Wednesday afternoon. The day was
Idertl for the event.
The distance runs were made mostly on
grass, which explains, the slowness In time
made In these events. A feature of the
meet was the clana yells, which were used
to spur on the contestants. About Sou peo
ple were present. ,
The events In oiMer, with the names of
the winners and the records, ore:
One hur.lred-yard dash: Howard first.
Smith second, Lowe third. Time: 0:11.
High Jump: Clark first, Osborne second,
McKell third. Height: t feet 1 inch.
Half-mile run: Brown first, Rippey sec
ond. Smith third. Time: 2:25.
Shot-put: Purdlck first, 1-a.nteneer second,
Johnson third. Distance: 85 feet 8 Inches.
Ono hundred-yard hurdles: McKell first,
Sers second, Howard third. Time: 0:23.
Pole vault: Tie between Brown and
Thompson, Johnson third. Height: 8 feet
Two hundred and twenty-ysrd hurdles:
Flack first, McKlnney second, Howard
third. Time: 0 33.
Hammer-throw: McKell first, Lflntenser
second, Ncavels third. Distance: 86 feet 3
Two hundred and twenty-yard dash: Tie
between Howard and Burdlck, Flack third.
Broad Jump: Osborne first, Thompson sec
ond. Paigels third. Distance: 16 feet 6
Four hundred and forty-yard deah: Flack
flirt. McKlnney second. Carrier third. Time:
Mlle run: Neavels first Kennedy secona,
Burkhardt third. Time: 6:44.
Relay race: Juniors first, freshmen sec
ond sophomores third. Time: 1:56.
Final points: seniora, i; juniors, on; eupii
omores, 24; freshmen, 26.
AMERICAN ' UOLFERS ARB OUT
Doth the Misses Cnrtls Defeated at
New Castle, Ireland.
NEWCASTLE. Ireland, May 8 So far as
the United Stales Is concerned, the women's
golf championship tournament, which began
here yesterday, Is ended, as tne two Amer
ican players. Miss Margaret Curtis of Bos
ton and Miss Harriet tt. Curtis have been
In the third round Miss Harriet S. Curtis
played both the beat and the worst game
of her lire. During the first nine holes this
morning she could do nothing right and
turned four holes down to Miss Violet
Heslet. Coming to her game at the tenth
hole, Miss Curtis soon put a different com
plexion on matters, and at the fifteen she
had made the game all square. She won
the sixteenth, halved the seventeenth, lost
the eighteenth and won the nineteenth and
This afternoon she was never on her game.
A strong wind seemed seriously to interfere
with her. She found nearly every bad
place in the course, and was easily de
feated by Miss M. TItterton by 8 up and
7 to play.
Miss Margaret Curtis in the morning
round won an easy victory ever Mrs. Craw
ford by 4 up and 3 to play. In the after
noon she met Miss May Heslet, the British
champion In 1899 and 1902 and made a good
fight, but was defeated by 3 up and 2 to
play. Neither of the Misses Curtis did
themselves justice. "I cannot understand
myself" said Miss Harriet S. Curtis. "I
can play golf, but from this afternoon's
exhibition you would think I was just be
Strong; Field Will Line I'p for the
Metropolitan Handicap Today.
NEW TORK, May 8. The Metropolitan
handicap will be run at the opening of
Belmont park tomorrow and Indications
point to one of the strongest fields that
has ever lined up for this 810,000 prise.
While the number of horses that will go
to the post M not aa large as In previous
years, the entrants are of a class that
guarantees a great race. Track conditions
will not be the most desirable, as recent
heavy rains have left the course heavy
and the weather tonight Is unsettled.
Roseben, the big sprinter of the Johnson
stable, has been made favorite In the over
night betting at 2 to 1, while Tanya,
Dandelion, Sewell, Olorlfter and DlsTiabllle
are looked upon as having almost equal
chances next to the favorite. The fact
that Jockey J, Martin will ride Roseben
Is expected to Improve the chances of the
favorite, as Martin knows his disposition
thoroughly and has handled him In many
of his big races.
Sewell, ridden by Brussell, will have a
strong following, as will also Harry Payne
Whitney's Tanya, with Koerner up. Last
year's Brooklyn handicap winner, Tokalon,
with a comparatively light Impost, fancies
the distance, one mile, and will be a strong
contender. August Belmont's Blandy, with
Mountain up. Is considered an outsider In
the betting, as the horse has not shown
striking form In previous starts this spring,
There are fourteen horses carded to go
to the post In the Metropolitan.
WITH THE BOWLERS.
Following are Wednesday night's scores
bowled In the two-men tournament at the
Association alleys. OJerde and Molyneaux
rolled the best single total of the tourney,
with 4H2, and Gjerde thekliigh single game,
with Tonight Francisco sjid Berger
will start at 7:30 to bowl the final Ave
games of their match. Following them
Huntington and Blakeney and Frush and
Nicoll will bowl the regular tournament
1. I. 8. 4. B. Total.
OJerde 194 2K 184 174 198 1,009
Molyneaux ISO 303 188 301 205 tt7
..324 483 871 375 403 1,938
1. 3. 8. 4. 6. Total.
..lot 2a6 iji iij a l.oos
..178 170 196 266 14
.868 396 S9 441 389
' If that game between the bricklayers
and the plumbers can be arranged It will
surely be worth seeing. .
Scarcely a day passes that Wallace, ths
crack high priced shortstop of the St.
Iouls Browns, does not make a oouple of
George Clark won his first gam for the
Waterloo team, of which he is manager
and captain. Fifteen innings to a tie was
the finish of another game In the Iowa
league on the opening day.
Announcements of the Theaters.
The last one of the Thursday popular
price matinees that have been mads so
popular with the women will be given at
the Orpheum this afternoon, for on Satur
day night the season will be brought to a
close. Packed houses at every perform
ance indicates vaudeville patrons are avail
ing themselves of the farewell bill. The
program as a whole Is giving excellent
satisfaction. A number of the features are
making pronounced hits. The Flnneya,
champion swimmers, being the first to give
an aquatle exhibition In a tank of water
on a local stage, are proving an Interesting
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