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omaha daita hee: Thursday, may 21, 100s.
TAKES LAST OF SERIES
Welch. Win Game for Bonrket by
Horn Bun in Eighth.
KOAH HAS ONE BAD EmSQ
pit llln Hard la Second and
Tka Lead, Holding; It t'atll tna
Seventh, Wriest Scar
Omaha, 4; Blou City. .
Welch hit the ball over tha right field
tenca at such a merry clip that It i
herar found and he -trotted alowly around
the basea, making tha run which broke the
tie and won the game In the eighth In
ning of the last of the eerlea with 81ouz
City. It waa a heartbreaker for McKay,
Duck Holme and tha reat of the hard
working Sioux, but it had to be done. The
core waa 4 to i.
Wnat made it all the harder waa that
Blou, City had the game all pickled and
stored away in their vert pocketa after
that awful aecond inning when undue
llbertloe) Were taken with Noah, who built.
He may have built the ark, but he did not
pitch much ball in the aecond ' inning,
which fact waa hard to account for after
tonslrtcring that first inning lit which he
track out two from the top of the list
tnd did. not let a man get to flrat. The
econd, however, waa an entirely differ
ent atory and three alnglea and two bases
Dn bulla gave them a lead of three runa
which It looked for a long time were too
many for Omaha to overcome. With one
out Henry walked and Welch alngled aa
Sid also Severeid, driving Henry home.
WHcli . scored on Oranvllle'a flyout toi
Welch and after McKay had walked
Campbell drove Severeid home with an
other single. That waa all the rune the
Bloux made during the game.
That also waa all of Noah, for Captain
Franck called Hall Into the fray and for
five Innlnga he pitched magnificent ball,
giving but one pas and one hit. In the
seventh Inning he made three assist and
In making one of the throwa wrenched til
irm and waa forced to retire In favor of
Hollenbeck, who continued the good work
and held them aafe until the flnlah of the
Omaha Gets Baey.
But the Omaha team wn not Idle all this
time for bealdea playing a perfect fielding
lame back of the pitchera the family waa
gradually' feeling Mr. McKay out. McKay
waa pitching hla flrat game for 81oux City,
having recently been released by Lincoln,
and he wanted to make a good showing.
It waa not his fault that he did not win.
It was a combination of mishaps and
. Welch's home run.
In theo fifth Inning Captain Franck gavo
the secret algnal to go out and win the
game and out they went, but they did not
win at that time nor tie, but they came
within one of It. Hall had made hla baaa
because Eevereld dropped the ball when
Hall waa trying to beat out a bunt. King
tell down on an attempt at sacrifice and
two were out with King on first Captain
Franck put new life Into the bunch by
hitting the flrat ball pitched to the middle
field fence for a double which drove King
home. The Chicken hit a Texaa leaguer
to left field on which Franck scored the
King,, the crack utility man who has been
making auch a hit with the fans while
covering aecond sack during the enforced
tbsense of Graham from the game, made
a home run bunt which tied the score. He
bunted between thlr anod pitcher. McKay
grabbed the ball and although King had
It beat for a hit. It went a little wild and
Bovercid did not get hla banda on the ball.
It rolled to the bath house or rather to
Pa's club house and by the time it waa re
turned to the diamond King was sitting
dii the bench and the score was tied.
Here Kndeth the Scoring;.
Then emtio the eighth. Welch waa the
first man up and after fouling off several
Rood ones he found one to his liking.
After It Waa three and tow, and lifted it
( vcr the right field fence, his aecond hit of
tho day; Pa threw the doctor a silver dol
lar. That was all there waa to the game for
cllhoughthe Bloux struggled hard after
that second Inning they were not able to
:omo anywhere near making a score,
thanks to the good work of Hall and Hoi
Ivnbeck and the whole Rourko family.
De Moines starts a four game series
..sAB. B. It O. A. S.
Austin, ' 3b....
. ... AB. 1C
8 27 14
Henry, c...., i
Omaha Runs ....
, 0 s
0 0 8
0 0 0
0 0 0
Two base hit: Franck. Home run: Dr. H.
J. Welch. Raxes en balls: Off Noah, 2; off
Hall. 1; off Hollenbeck, 1; off McKay, 2.
Hit by pitched ball: By McKay, 1. Struck
out: By Noah, I; by Hall, 4; by Hollenbeck.
2; by McKay, 2. Left on bases: Omaha, 8;
Sioux City, 8. Btolen bases:' Sioux City
Welch, Spencer, Campbell. Sacrifice hlis:
Austin,' Andrea a, Granville. Hlta: Off Noah,
In two Innlnga. 3; off Hall In five Innings,
1; off Hollenbeck. In two Innings, 1. Time:
l:X, Umpire: Davis. Attendance: 800.
. Sadhon a Fres Agent.
CINCINNATI, O., May 20.pltcher Wil
liam Sud huff, who was released In 19h8
to Kansas City and transferred In 1907 to
Louisville, but did not play with either
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STANDING OF THE TEAMS.
W. U I'ct.
W. L. Pet.
Omaha 1 .R79Toldr
Ienver 18 33
Blmix City. ..14 1.1
Lincoln 18 14
Des Moines. .18 16
Pueblo 4 719
.fwV21ndln p ll..19 U ..
.6mlumlms ..18 12 ,"0
.61 Milwaukee...!' 11 .)
,44SI.nuisvllln ...1 14 -b-3
.IBS) Kansas City. 18 IS '.4 0
Minneapolis. 1J 2 .3U
St. Paul 7 23 .m
NAT. LEA Of E. AM Ell. LEAOL'E.
W. L Pet. W. U Pet.
Chlcas-o 1 7 .S6New York. ..17 .!
Pittsburg ...It 10
Phlla, 1J 11
Cincinnati ..13 12
New York.. .13 13
Boston 14 14
Bt. Louis 11 IS
Brooklyn ...10 18
.6tj61Tilla i n
ifrCCIeveland ...15 U
.68t. Louie.. ..! 14
.W Detroit ......11 14
.379 Waehlngt'n..l 16
.857 Boston 10 13
Western League Des Moines at Omaha,
Denver at Lincoln, Pueblo at Bloux City.
National League Boston at Chicago,
Brooklyn at Pittsburg, New York at BU
Louis, Philadelphia at Cincinnati.
American League Chicago at New York,
St. Louis at Boston. Detroit at Washington,
Cleveland at Philadelphia.
American Association Columbus at In-
dla.nntnlla. Toledo at Loulsvilin. Milwaukee
at Kansas City, Minneapolis at bt. Paul.
of those clubs waa declared a free agent
by the national commission.
DES ' 310I ES SETS DENVER BACK
Start Rarly oa -Hick . Adams and
Seen res Enough to Win. '
DE3 MOINES. May ao.-(8pecial Tele
gram.) The game waa called today when
two were out in trie second nan 01 me
eighth inning, Des Molnea being ahead at
the end of the seventh oy me score 01 t
to 8. No scores were made In the eighth.
The game waa full of good and bad base
ball. Dca Moines found Kli K Adam naru
and early and ufter securing an appar
ently safe lead at the end ot tho second
Inning, but Denver cume back In the third
and scored four runs. MctJregor waa aub
atltuted for Clarke, and although the Bears
hit the hall freciuontly. MoOreaor kept the
hits well scattered. Dea Molnea and Denver1
each acored twice more, leaving Des Moines
In the lead. Lauterbor made a wonderful
bare-banded stop of a swift grounder whlcn
went squarely over aecond base and while
falling threw the ball to aecond in time
to catch the runner. Klournoy made a fine
running catch, aavJng Des ; Moines from
having the score tied la the eighth tuning.
. . DES MOINES
. AB. R
H. . O. A. E.
2 3 6 1
0 3-4 0
2 1 0 0
1'4 0 i
3 6 11
14 0 0
0 3 2 1
0 0 0 0
0 0 2 1
10 24 14 6
II. O. A. E.
0 1 0
16 0 0
0 2 0 0
0 3 4 0
2 2 2 0
2 4 10
2 0 10
" a 1
a 0 0 0 0-7
Flournoy, If 3
Dwyer, lb 4
Total .81 7
. ' ' AB. K.
Waldron, cf 4
Dwyer out for interference.
Time called with two out.
Dee Moines 1 4 0
Denver 0 0 4
Frnii1 runs: Des Molnea. 3
Two-lmsa hits: Dolan (2). Zialusky. Basea
Hun, off riarUn. 2: off McUregor, f.
off Adams, 6. Hit by pitched ball: By
Artams. a. Hits: Off Clarke, 8; off Mo-
Uregor, 6. Btruck out: By McGregor, 2
by Adams, 1. Stolen basea: Dwyer, Fits
vinhnif 7iikv. Double tluy
Klnneally, Lauterborn to Jtulusky. Sacrifice
hits: Nlehoff. Waldron. Time: 2:06. Um
pire: lirennan. Attendance: 1,000.
( - .'
Lincoln wins, in the eleventh
Single aa Error and a Doable Tlee It
Up la the Ninth
LINCOLN, Neb., May 20. Today's game
went eleven innings ana jjincoin wuu ujr
a score of 4 to 3. It looked like sure vic
tory for Pueblo In the early atages ot the
ar mn nri thn visitors were two runs to the
good, when Lincoln went 10 oat m mw
ninth. A single and an error put men on
second and first and Zlnram brought both
runners home with a double. Both pitchers
did good work, Johnson being especially
strong toward the close. Bcora:
AB. IR. H. O. A. E.
Jude, If 6 1 2 3 0 0
Fox, 2b 3 0 2' 6 0 0
Oagnler, ss 6 0 16 6 0
Felon, rf 6 0 0 2 0 0
Thomas, lb 4 1 1 14 0 0
Davidson, cf 4 110 3 0
Prltchett, 3b 6 110 3 0
Zlnram, c 4 0 1.4 3 0
Johnson, p 4 0 0 0 6 0
4 10 83 17
. . AB. .
Clarke, lb 4
Miller, rt 4
Galgano, rf 0
Smith, c , 4
Nichols, p 3
7 31 15
One out when winning run scored.
Lincoln 1000000020 14
Puoblo 10 01000000 0-3
Three-base hit: Mattlck. Two-base hlta:
Jude, Thomas, Davidson, Zlnram, Patter
son, Smith. Double plays: Gugnler to
Thomas, Mattlck to Smith. Stolen bases:
Oagnler, Thomas. McLear (2), Miller.
Sacrifice hit: Fox (2, Davidson, Hogrolver,
Clark, Nichols. Struck out: By Johnson,
6: by Nichols, 4. Base on bulla: Off John
son, 4; off Nlrhols, 1. Passed bail: Smith.
Time: 2:00. Umpire; HaakelL. Attendance:
WITH TUB BOWLERS.
In the Trl-Clty league at the Association
alleys last night the Storx Blue Ribbons
won three games from the Meta Broa.
team. Anderson waa high man with ft,
and Cochran had the best single game
with 232. The Onlmonds and . Snarka are
scheduled for Friday night. Score:
1 . c
.60 - 627 i 111 1.528
CARDINALS BLANK CIANTS
St. Louis Kationali Win Brilliant
Gam on Home Grounds.
LTJDWIG MAKES THE ONLY EUN
T wo-Tlae Hit Is Followed ay Saerlflca
aad an InBeld Oat
Scores ( Other
BT. LOUI9." May 20.-8t. Loula took the
game from New York, the opening one of
the series. Raymond pitched In brilliant
form, allowing New York but three hits.
St. Louis' run came In the second Inning
on a double by Ludwlg, Gilbert's sacrifice
and an Infield out by Raymond. Score:
T. LOVlfl. new tork.
AS. H O. A. K. AB H O A .
Brry, rf... 0 1 0 0 Shannon, If. 4 0 1 0 0
t'h.rki, 8b... II
v VTenney, lb.. 4
vDonlln. rf.... 4
1 0 Sermour, cf .. 4
0 0 NX-dham, e.. 4
1 ODoolln. lb.... S
1 0 Brldwfll. M. t
t VMKtlnnltr. p. S
1 OTxrlor. v.... 0
Murm;. of... 4 11
tMlrhantr, If I 0
KotiKti-h)'. lb. 4 111
O Rourke. si. I 1 0
L.udli, ... I 1 T
OHhort. lb... 9 0S
lUimontl. p.. I 0 1
Nlckllo .... t
.17 I 77 II ft .
I Total!..... 2 i tt 14 2
Batted for McOlnnlty In the ninth.
Ft. Loul .....0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 01
New York 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Two-baso hit: Ludwlg. Three-base hit:
Murray. Hits: Off McOlnnlty, 7 in seven
Innings: off Taylor, 1 In one Inning. Sac
rifice hits: O Rourke, Gilbert. Stolpn
bases: Seymour, Nlcklln, Charlca, Ift
on buses: St. IiiiIk. 7: New York. 6. Bases
on bulls: Off Raymond, 8; off Taylor, 1; off
McOlnnlty, 1. Struck out: By Kaymona.
7. Time: 1:36. Umpires: Klem and Rig
ler. Chicago Wins from Boston.
CHICAGO, May 20. Reulbach today gave
way to Frazer after Boston had scored
two runs and hit him for three singles, a
double and a taiple. Two singles and a
wild pitch gave the vlaitors their other
score. Dorner pitched well, but scratch
hits camo when needed, aided by one of
his gifts, an error and a steal. Bowerman
was benched In the sixth for disputing a
close derision, and Manager Kelly, who
batted for Dorner, closed the game by hit
ting Into a double play. Score:
' AB.H.O.A.E. AB.H.O.A.E.
KrtnL lb.... 4 11 1 Brown, rf.. 4 1 t 0 0
Bh.kard, If.. 4
Brhulte, rf... t
Chance, lb... 4
Ptetnteldt,' 3b I
SlkKl. cf.... i
Kllng, C... I
Tibkur, ta.... I
Rtulbach, p. 0
Prater, p.... S
Howard .... 1
0 Beaumont, ci I
tBate. If 4
tMrOinti, lb.. 4
0 Dowurman, o I
OBail. c 1
0 Hltrhey, 7b.. I
0 Dahlen. .. I
0 Bnfy, lb I 0 21
0 Dornrr. p.... I 0 0
0 Kelly, c.
rotali 29 fit V 1 Total!..
.S3 I 14 II 1
Batted for Dorner In ninth.
Hatted for Reulbach In third. '
Beaumont out; hit by batted ball.
Chlcaao 0 0 1 I 0 1 0 1 6
Boston 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0-
Two-hHRn hits: Urowne. Chance. Three
base hit: MeUann. Hits: Off Reulbach, 5
In three Innings. Sacrifice hit: Steinfeldt.
Stolen bases: Kvers, Chance. Double piny:
Tinker. Kvera and Chance. Left on bases:
Chicago, 3: Uoston, 6. Bases on balls: Off
Fraior, 3; off Dorner, 2. Struck out: By
Frazer, 2: by Dorner, 3. Wild pitch: Fra
er. Time: 1:60. Umpire: Rudderham.
Iteila Shot Oat Quakers.
CINCINNATI, O., May 20. Coakley'a su
perb pitching was too much for the 1'nna
ilelphinna, who failed to got a runner to
second buse during the game. Errora as
sisted the Cincinnati In their scoring.
etui r .
Hugajtns. lb. 11 I 1 lKnabs, lb.... 4 0 110
Kana cf 1 1 I 0 0 Grant, lb.... 4 0 1 I 0
Tooert, lb... I 0 t 0 Tltiia, rf 4 I 1 1 0
Mitchell, rt.. I 0 1 ft OMagen, If.... 4 0 2 0 0
Oaniel, lb... 44 0 t 0 OOtborne, cf.. I 1 0 1 ,0
Srhlel, .... 4 16 1 Otlranafleld, lb I 0 10 0 0
Paekart. If.. 1 0 4 0 ODoolln. aa... I 0 4 i 1
Hulawttt, aa. 1110 ODooln. e I 1 I 1 2
Coakler, p .. 1 0 0 0 0 Mcquillan, p I 9 0 I
Totals 13 17 11 1 .. Total. 10 4 24 14 I
Cincinnati 0 "0 0 0 2 0 0 1 3
Philadelphia .........0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-4
Stolon base: Lobert. Double plays
fSfhW-to HuKKins.i Hnaalns to Oanzel.
struck out: y coaKicil 6: ty Mcuuiuan,
2. liaaes on balls: Oft coakley, 1; off Mc
Quillan, 5. Time: 1:35. Umpire: tensile.
Brooklyn Deal Pittabarg,
PITTSBURG. May 20 Brooklyn won tho
first game of the serlea today by a score
of 2 to 1. The home team's Inability to
hit Mclntyre was responsible for their de
Mrwller, rt.. 4
0 10 0 Hummel, aa.lt 5 110
Clarke, !(.... I
10 0 OBureh, ct, II. I 1 I 1
0 11 OLumley, rt.. I 1 I 0
III 0 Jordan, lb... 4 1 t 0
0 16 0Uwla. aa.... 4 1 I 1
0 10 0 Malnner, ct- 0 0 0 0
0 10 OPhifhan. 3b. I 1 II
110 OPatte., lb.... 10 4 1
0 4 1 OBera.n, C... 4 0 4 1
0 0 1 Ollulntyra, p. 4 I 0 1
0 0 3 0 Total. 14 10 37 11
beach, 3b 4
Waxuer, aa.. 4
Ahbat'lo, 2b.. I
Bwaclna. lb. I
Kane, lb.... 0
Wllann, ct... 1
Glbiton, ..... I
Wtllla, p 1
LMT.r, p.... 1
Tata la 10 4 27 1 0
Batted for Willis in sixth.
Pittsburg 00000010 0-1
Brooklyn 00002000 2
Two-base hits: Lewis. Wagner. Three-
base hit: Iimley. Hits: Off Williams,
six Innings. Sacrifice hits: Bheehan
Pattee. Btolen baaea: Glbeon. Burch.
Double plays: Pattee and lwla: Wagner
and Swaelna. Left on bases: Pittsburg,
Brooklyn, 9. Base on- nans:, orr Willis.
1; off Leever, 1; off Mclntyre, 1. Base on
errors: Pittsburg, 3. Struck out: By
Willis. 1: by Leever, 1; by Mclntyre, 2.
Time: 1:40. Umpires:. Oflay and Johnstone
GAIE IS THE AMERICAS LEAGUE
Cleveland Wine from Boston In tne
BOSTON, May SO. Cleveland won an ex
citing rami from Breton today, 4 to 3.
The home team rallied atrcngely In the
ninth, but a good throw by Birmingham
caught Toney at the plate and cut off whut
would have been the tielng run. Bcore:
J. Clark.. If 6 1 I 0 0Mcronn.ll, lb t I I J
nrajlley, 3b.. 6
Rtovali, lb... 4
lj)f.l, 2b... 4
Turner, aa. .. I
0Ur, lb 4 1 I
ICT.vath. If.. I 0 1
0 Laport., rf.. 4 11
0 Carrtsan, ... 4 I I
Ol'nxlaub, lb. 4 2 12
Ofullivan, cf. 4 1 I
1 10 0
N. ClarVa. e f
Blrmlns'm, rf I
Hlnehmao. rf 4
0 Wacner, a... 4 0 0
0 Winter, p.... 8 0 0
Joaa, p 4
Toun 14 I nu i
Totals U 11 tt II
Batted for Winter In ninth.
Cleveland 000030JIO l-t
Boston ... 10000000 23
Two-base hits: Turner. Three-base hit
Hinchman. Sacrifice hits: Lord. Birm
Ingham. Btolen bases: Turner, Lord
Cravnth. Left on basea: Cleveland, 7
Boston, 9. Basea on balls: Off Winter
Base on errors: Boston, 1. Struck out
By Joss. 6; by Winter, 2. Time: 1:33. Um
plre: O Loughlln.
Browns Bench Hits.
PHILADELPHIA. May 20.-St. Loula won
today's game today by bunching hlta with
the errors or the nome team and a wild
pitch ry FlanK., Score: .
gT. LOriH. PHILADELPHIA
AB H.O.A.E. AB.H.U.A B
bcbw er, rl l l u Hanael, If.. . a 0 0
C. JOOM. Cf. 4
Stone, If 4
Wllltaina. lb. 4
Wallace mm.. 4
Penla, lb.... I
T. Joom, lb 4
BpenoOT, .... 4
Pu.ll, p.... I
1 1 ONl. aola. a. . 0 1
3 0 0 J. Colllna. lb 4 1 0 I
4 10 Davla, lb. ... 4 I 13 0
t 4 0 Murphy, lb.. I I 3
4 I 0 E. Colllna cf I 1 4 0
Til Coomba, cf.. I 0 t 0
4 I OPov.ra. ... 141
0 1 0 Plank, p 4 1 0 1
Kualitt 1 0 0
II 1 17 U f
Total. 11 17 II
Batted for Powers In ninth.
Bt. Loula 01001000 03
Philadelphia 01000000 01
Two-base hits: Davis, Wallace, Bpencer,
Sacrifice hits: Nichols, B. Collins. Coombs
Ferris. Powell. Stolen basvs: Schweitzer,
Lett on base: ft. I -outs, ; Philadelphia.
9. Struck outt.lJy Powell, 2; by Plank, 3,
wild pitch: Flank. Time: 1:46. Umpires
(.onnony ana cgan.
At Washington Washington - Chicago
At New York-rNew York-Detroit game
Adaalalatera Coat of Whitewash to
T'NIVER8ITY PLACE, Neb.. May 30.-
special in a game mat waa replete wltl
heavy hitting by Wesleyan, and a phenom
enal record of farthing, the Wesleyan
siao artist, wvsieyan aeieated feru by
socre of 10 to 0 Tueaday. , For tha first
two inniraa it looaed as u It would be
pitcher a battle, but la the third LUe Wi
levanitea solved the rtellrrry of Carlson,
the normallie pitcher, and scored two
una hTom tnis on wesleyan scorei cmr-
Intantly. Milllna In three In the elahl Inn
Ing. MrAdama was the only visitor who
could solve the delivery of the Wesleyan
pitcher, he securing three hits at four times
t bat, and thereby making all the hits for
eru. 1 tie batterr work of Fanning snd
gtronrrellow waa of the sensational order,
Farthing making a record of sixteen strike
outs. The battlna of Captain Underwood
nd Strofiafellow was good, each securing
nree Tins, irjcluctlna a noma run for
each. Underwood's home run was the
longest hit ever made on the wesleyan
lamond. It was noticed that Wesleyan
aa made a marked- Improvement and
evidently is planning to make a whirlwind
linisn in tne league.
Score bv lnnlnira:
Weftlevan OfltllllS Id
Peru Normal 0000000000
Two base hits,. Lehman; Stnngiellowj
criflce hit, Boyles: home runs, Under
ood: Strlngrellow: stolen bases, McAdams,
aln two: FKaersberaer: bases on balls.
Helmea, Hall: struck out. Farthing, 16:
Carlson, 6; time, 1:69. Umpire, Enyeart.
GAMES IN AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
ndlanapolla Wins from Colantbaa
Twa to One.
INDIANAPOLIS. May 20. Indlanapolla
won the second game of the serlee from
Columbus, ! to L through Slagle's effective
work In the box. Score:
Raldy, aa.... 4 0 1 OBonfc, aa I ft I 1
erkaon, If.. 1 1 0 0 0 Coulter, II... J 1 J
await, el. . I 0 10 o Hayaen, rr.. i i v
onaalton, rf 4 0 1 1 OOrr. lb I 1 10 1
Frla. lb (Oil 0 Inrldann. cf. I 1 I 10
Klhm. lb.... t 1 10 1 OLlTlma'n, c. I 1 I 1
Fobl, I 1 I I OWIIIIama, It, I 1 1 I I
Writer, lb. I 0 J I OHopka, lb... I 0 1 1
Oerer, p 10 14 1 Single, p..... I lit
Aotali I 14 It t Totals 14 t 27 t 0
Columbus 01000000 0-1
Indianapolis 10000100 2
Two-base hits: Coulter. Three-base
hits: Livingston. Struck out: By Slagle,
bv Gever. 2. Double clays: Carr un-
salstedi. Raldy and Klhm. Hit by pitcher:
Frla, Odwell. Base on ball: Off Geyer, 8;
oft Slagle, 1. Mucrlflce hits: Uoulter
line: 1:66. Umpire: Klem.
Notr Comes Dee Moines.
Dea Moines will begin a serlea of four
amos with Omaha at Vinton street park
ulny. ana Omaha rnenns or oia joe
Dolan will have their first opportunity
of seeing him play against his old team
mates. ioian is playing gouu, consiaieni
ball at aecond for Des MolneS. And Des
Moines as a team la doing good work.
It will no doubt hold Omaha much closer
than In the last series they met. Friday
will be ladles' day. The teams will line-
ii i, mm follows: -
Gondlng Catch .......
lit Brand Latch
Mav 21 V). 1 anA Ii 1av 11 . Initio.'
day. Games called at 8:43.
Alnaworth Wine Tight Gams,
AINSWORJTH. Neb.. Mav 2tt (Sneclal
Telegram.) This afternoon there was a
game ot ball played on the diamond here
between Alnsworth and Atkinson. Score
2 to 1 In favor of Alnsworth.
St. Panl Bays Gehrlnsr.
ST. PAUL, Minn.. May 20. President Len
non of the St. Paul base hall club today
announced the purchase of Pitcher Oehtlng
irom waanington, JJ. u.
EVE.NTS or TUB HCANIXG TRACKS
Preceptor Make New World's Record
BELMONT PARK. N. Y.. May 20.A new
world's record was made at Belmont Park
today when Preceptor, a 2-year-old. carry
ing iu pounds, won the second race at lour
and one-half furlongs -straightaway. He
stepped tne distance in o:M flat, whlcn la
three-fifths of a second, faster than the best
previous time, made oy i any a, a z-ycar-oia,
with 107 pounds an. at Morris Park. May 12.
1804. There Waa a strong wind blowing
down Uia trclt.',ft aad the youngsters had it
behind them' all the way. Jack Atkln,
carrying the heavy Impost of 137 pounds.
won tne tjroion nanaican. six lurionas
straightaway, in tho remarkably fast time
of l.w, whlcn is tnree-iuina oi a second
Blower than the world s record. A track
record was broken In the first race, when
Queen Marguerite ran five and one-half
lurionga in i:u. fenarria, ravorue in tne
steeplechase, fell at the third jump, broke
hla leg and was destroyed. The race waa
won uy the second choice, .rung castia
First race. 3-year-olds and upwards, sell
ing, live ana one-nan lunonss stratum:
Queen Marguerite (96, McCarthy, 6 to 1)
won, Ida D. (88, Sumter, 7 to 1) second,
Flemlng( 107, G. Burns, 8 to 1) third. Time:
1:04. Tom McUralh. Big Ben. Hal Butler,
Glenham, Right and True, Torena, Rldent,
Monocle and Pontoon also ran.
Second race. 2-year-olds, four ana one-
half furlongs straight: preceptor (Hz.
Musgrave. 4 to 1) won, Keaciirr (lo. K
Dugan, 14 to 5) second, Selectman (112, Not-
ter, to 6) third. Time: ilign Kage,
Favette. Amneaty. Copper Princess.
Warden and Garland also ran. This time
is a world a record..
Third race, the Crotona (first soring
serial) handicap, twelfth running, 3-year
olds and uuwards. six furlongs straight
n ...... I . If , .J 1 . . . i I , u . I rt v..,
James (106, G. Burns, 6 to 1) aecond. King
Cotialt (lot', Mcjcartny, lis to i) tnird. Time:
Berry Maid. Explosion. Rlalto.
Bat Masterson and Restlgouche also ran.
Fourth race. . steeplechaae. 4-year-olds.
about two miles: King Castle (137. Dupee.
5 to 1) won. Murk Uumbert (137. Palmer,
3 to 1 second, Jim Mctilll (MY, (J. Binllh,
10 to 1) third Time: 4:05. Sir W'ooseler,
Penarrls and The unignt ten.
Fifth face. 3-year-olds and up, selling
mile and one-eighth: Blue Book (121 Gar
ner. S to 2) won. Good Luck (13). McDanlel
12 to 1) second. Master of Craft (113. G.
Burns, 8 to i) intra, l ime: u:tos. Lane
Alien, uia Honesty. UArkie ana Bailor
Girl also ran.
Sixth race, a-year-olda and up, selling.
seven furlongs: Trouble Maker (103, Calla
han, 8 to 1) won, Kockatone (luu, Mayer,
6 to 1) aecond, Tom Dolan (108, II. Smith,
7 to 1) third. Time: 1:28. Hold Faat, Mar.
tha Jane, iiyoerlon 11. palette. Koya
Lady, Corn Cob, Punch, Senator Barrett,
Braggart and Tony Lass also ran.
I-OUISVILLK. May ). rHimtnary:
First race, four furlongs: Elyseum (108,
Pickens, straight. Ill.fth) won, Ocala COS,
Gauge), place, $4S.4U second. Queen's Mes
sage (1W, Powers, show, gi8.H third
Time: 0:4im. Wheat Bread. Mdlecon. WII
low Plume. Miss Crittenden. Juliet M.
My Iidy. Frances. Loyal Maid. Java Due,
Boadlce, Bister Evelyn, Culte and Ordcum
Second race, five. and one-half furlongs,
elllng: Bonnie Bard (106. Powers, straight
17.10) won. Pirate Diana (110. Pickens,
place, 121.50)' second, LUxle McLean iV'i,
Warren, show. 18.70) third. Time: 1:08.
Snake Mary, Little John, Ben Sand, Lady
Arlon, Reaction, Miss K. O. B, Anna
Scott, Flying Foam. Nettle Z., Fay and
Mazonla also ran.
Third race, one mile: Terah (1M. Heldel
straight, 12.30) won. Keep Moving (102,
Powera. place, $8.80) second. W. T. Overton
(l. Franklin,--111 40) third. Time: l:4at.
Darught. l.lsterlne. Malmalson and GU
vedear also ran.
Fourth race, selling, one mile: Nailmov
(?6, Edrnlston, 318.20 straight) won, Katie
Powers (102, (jla.sner. LSJ.at placa) second
Dr. Lee Huffman (107. Robinson, H1.4U,
show) third. Time: 1:4344,. Special Delivery,
Mrs. John Aklna. Albert M.. Match. Apt,
Mai Courey, John Lewis and Florida Glen
Fifth race, five and one-half furlongs
Minor (), Heldel, 344.10. straight) won,
Shirley Rosemore (8t. Hufnagle. trN.10,
place) second, Ralbert 008, Powers, 3,0.70.
show) third Time: 1, E. T. Shlpp, Mon
dslla, Belle Toone, Toddy Hodge and Demo
Sixth race, one mile: Warner Crlswell
(105, Powers, 313. straight) won. Eell Her
rnn (89, Morgan, 14.20. place) second
King's Son Pickens. US 40. shnwl third
Time: 1:43. Sain Saw, Bucket Brigade,
tear Bourne. Lady vie, Margaret Ran'
aoipn and unpin also ran.
OAKLAND. May 20. Summary:
First race, futurity course: Emma O. (107,
rising, is to ) won, Turnaway ti e. Kelly,
10 to 1) second. Old Bottler Uo2. Harty, to
11 crura. Time: 1:11- Boas, Ben tjtone. Ab
bey. Sorhomora. Insnector. Bird. Byron
Mrs. O Farrell, Cuernavaca and San Gil
Second race mile and seventy yards: Lady
Kitty (101, Walsh, 13 to 1) won. Maxtreaa
(106. Ret tig, t to 1) second, Hand Maiden
(102, Mentry. IK tt II third. Time: 1:45.
ilea ueynara, tuunaao, ixne woir, n.oo,
Btoney Le, Lucky I-ad. 1.1 Casador, A if
Crew Hark and Gentle Harry also ran.
Third raee, seven furlongs: Eye Bright
rrrtn race, mile and seventy yards: Mar
tlnmas (US. W. Miller, 13 lo 6) won. Stand
over (KB, Being. IJ to II seeong. Plckawa
(1"7. Wash. I to 1) third. Time! 1:4ft. Vinton
Mandator. Certain bla GUI, K'aUraasaar,
Mendon. Royal River. Charley Tains,
eechwood. Fulletta also ran.
"7. Hettla. t- 11 won, Karl Rogers (104,
larrls, 11 to 6) second. l.avora lv. Mc-
ntyre, 10 to 1) third. Time: 1 iM. Csptaln
ennett. trllene, Timothy Wn, Rather
o-yal, Peggy U Neal, l'ollla Dollars also
Fourth race, six furlongs. Spring Valley
amllcaD: Urace . (104. Kelly, 6 to 2) won.
Cloudttght h. Wolsh, 7 to 2) secrpnd. St.
Francis (100. Mclntyre, 15 to 1) third. Time:
13 t enter hhot also ran.
Sixth race, mile and twenty yards: Boggg
(S, Walsh, 9 to 5 won, Sidney F. (107. W.
Miller, 18 ta 8) second, Vo Popull (1i,
Kelly, 4 to 1) third. Time: l:4f.V Collector
sup. San Alvlso. Tommy Ahem. Slbarl
and Veil finished as named.
CENTRAL SCHOOL. TAKES FIRST
Cornea Oat Ahead In Pablle School
Athletics at Y. M. C. A.
One of the finest samples of healthv
olse yet' breaking out of the Young Men's
Christian association gymnasium split the
muiieni atmosphere luesiiay night and
iiggrated a vociferous tornado. The cause
was Its being the first night of the ath
letic contests between the boys of the
grammar schools of the city.
W hen nine such schools get together on
er one roof there Is a pretty fair pros
pect that something will be doing, and
here waa Lach of the nine schools par.
tlclpatlng In the contest - was amply
qtiippeu wun Danners ana pennants.
The trouble comprised six events high
umps, twenty-ysrd dash, broad Jump, re-
ay race, 440-yard run and tug-of-war. The
boys of the Central school had the largest
umner oi contestants ana won out in
reat shape, taking five of the six events.
he relay race going to Farnam school.
The scores were: Central, 34; Cass, 10:
Farnam. 8: Columbia. 1: Bancroft. Bcala.
Castellar, Clifton 11111 and Comenlus.
The contests will be resumed Wednesday
nd Thursday nights, at which other
choola will compete. The three hlnhest
teams from raeh night's contents will en
ter a general competition Friday night for
the championship, which Is now held by
Jar Gonld Defeat Pennell.
LONDON. May 20 Jay Gould of New
York defeated V. H. Pennell, the former
British champion. In the preliminaries to
thn Olympic court tennis contests at
Queens club today. The young American
won In three straight sets. Score: 6-3, 6 3,
-l. Mr. Gould showed better generalship
na superiority over his opponent at every
stage of the contest. He will meet Mr.
Page In the semi-finals.
PROBLEM OF A LONG LIFE
Anxiety to Live a Hundred Years
Appears to Be Increasing
In tho East.
Certain New Yorkers again are stirred
with the laudable ambition to live to be a
hundred years old, and more If possible.
These New Yorkers, who are under the
leadership of a physician, have mapped
out courses to follow which they believe
111 result In long life. Strangely enough
each one haa different Ideas. While one
will eat no meat, another eats nothing else,
One believes In gorging on fruit, while
another declares It Is "poison" to him
One woman member of the Hundred Year
club drinks many tumblers of water during
meals and between, while her husband
never drinks clear water. And so It goes.
No one has ever been ablo to give rea
song for remarkably long lives. Dr. Wll
11am George Meado, a celebrated physician
In his day, died at his home In Tunbridge
Wells, England, In 1G52, at the age of 148
years and 2 months. His birth and death
are matters of record, so there Is no mls
take about hla age.
This extraordinary man was asked scores
of times how he prolonged his life to such
length and he was never able to tell, but
answered vaguely that It probably was be
cause he never worried. Dr. Meade smoked
a pipe, which will gratify tobacco users.
and practiced, as a physician after he was
140 years old. Meade's methods were sim
ple and are followed by many doctors at
this day. He believed In diet, open air ex
istence and., cleanliness.
In hi 'day few Britons bothered them
selves about taking baths. A fat, lazy
squire would gorge himself with meat and
drink and go unbathed for many months.
He would swell up until he had almost
reached the bursting point. Then with red
and bloated face and body and short breath
he would have himself taken to Dr. Meade
at Tunbridge Wells. Meade made him take
bath night and morning. He forced him
to go to bed at sunset and arise with the
lark, spend all his time walking over the
hills or resting under an awning.
The patient was allowed two meals a
day, at 8 In the morning and 4 In, the after
noon. No liquor was allowed him, but he
waa permitted to smoke a certain brand of
tobacco which Dr. Meade himself used. The
result of this treatment waa to make new
men and women out of the patients of
Meade. New York Telegraph.
SOUL MATES AND THINGS
Affinities Fader Other Names Offend
Sensitive Nostrils - Just
A Brooklyn married womon who has
long maintained a "soul relationship" with
nother woman a nusbana is saia to nave
Imposed on him the condition of proving
that his "spiritual" growth la as advanced
as here, falling which he must undergo
another Incarnation before claiming her
as his own. He Is not jure that he has
attained the requisite state of psychic de
velopment to make him a satisfactory af
Jacob served seven year for Rachel, a
mere fleeting hour by comparison with
this stipulated preparation for "soul
union." But apparently there will be some
commutation for good behavior. A oul
suitor whofe kisses, It Is alleged, are re
garded a "benediction" by the fair ob
ject of his psychic affections, and who is
represented by her as writing of her "dear
eyes," "glorious eyes like rose petala,"
"delicious lips," etc., should certainly be
ablo to qualify as an affinity In lesa than
the prescribed time.
The case la Interesting as dispelling a
popular delusion regarding the duration of
soul communions." So far from lasting
Into a future life, It had been generally
supposed that the only time limit recog
nlted mode the oul partnership termin
able Instantly on the 'discovery by either
soul partner of a more attractive affinity.
Heath Bawdln, professor of philosophy
et the Unlveraity of Cincinnati, has been
asked to tender his resignation as a mem
ber of the teaching force of the university
by President Charles W. Dabny.
The demand for Prof. Bawdln' resigna
tion was based upon th private views
held by the Instructor on the problem of
sex and marriage. Prof. Bawrtln cam to
Clnclrnatl on year ago from Vassar.
Prof. Pawdln ay Ciat ho believes In
an Ideal state In which the-e will exist an
assorlntton of th sexes, based on com
radeship: but that he does not teach Ma
private opinions. Prof. Pawdln says h 1s
going to fight the demand. New York
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daughter of the novelist. Emlle Souvestre.
The feature of the house Is that each
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Includes a workshop, so that the head of
the family and perhaps his children can
earn their livelihood at home. The work
shops all have bay windows running from
celling almost, to th floor and occupying
the entire side of the room. Each contains
a two-horse power electric motor.
Of course the tenant pays for the power
himself, but the use of the motor and run
ning gear I Included In the rent of the
apartment, and this varies from 1120 to
$140 a year.
The living ortnrtments consist nf two large
rooms and a kitchen. There are free baths
In the cellar, and above the roofs proper
there are supplementary roofs. Part of
the space la enclosed for laundries; the rest
Is an open roof garden, In which the clothes
can bo dried In fine weather. There Is a
drying room for bod weather, and In sum-
mer the roof are lit up at night, so that
the tenants can take the air there.
Among the tenants are a metal polisher.
a toolmaker, a diamond cutter, a printer.
a candy maker and a shoemaker. If the
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HISTORIC QUILL PEN RELIC
Feather I sed by Franklin In Sign
Ing the Declaration of I a
George Edward McLclend, who live at
2514 North New Jersey atreet, Indlanapnlla,
does not have much use fr a pen, Inas
much as he Is not yet 6 years old, but h
nevertheless has the most Interesting pen
In IndlanarMilts. It Is the or with which
Benjamin Franklin lgned the Declaration
of Independence. HI grandfather. Captain
George W. McLeland, who has passed hi
elghty-slx'h blithday, ha handed tho rella
down to the younger George. Captain Mo
Lelnnd received It from his grandfather,
Alexander McLeland. who Wa a page In
the continental cohgress.
"Grandfather was a page In that hlstorlo
congress," aalj tho youthful George'
8C-year old grandfather tho other day, "and
he was nicknamed 'Sandy by It member.
He gave me this pen, which la made ot a
wild turkey feather, when I last Saw him
at our home down In Jefferson county, In
1831. You see, I was only a shaver, about
as big as young George there, when he gave
It to me. He told mo that al'. the men who
signed the Declaration of Independence did
not uso the same pen, and that when
Franklin signed It he turned to htm and
said: 'Here, Sandy, you take thla and keep
It, and now run along and tell the sexton
to ring the bell,' and he ' then, with this
pen In his hand, hastened out to the old
men at the bell, and the first- muslo of
liberty rang out on the air. My grand
father lived to be 85 years old, and now
that I have passed .that milestone and my
days are numbered, I pass the old rello
down two generations. I came very near,
however, turning It over to the old liberty
bell people when the bell was In Indian
apolis a few yeur ago."
George Edward McLeland, the present
owner of the pen. Is flie son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Mcl'land. The McLelands
are otjo of tho best known of the older
families of Jefferson county. Indlacapoll
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ilafied er do aut wish M
ible to bur.
luruian ui. nigbeat rrau. bicrclea it is poaiible to burs
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