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THE REE: OMAHA. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 14. 1000.
National League Season Opens Today. Senators Lose
SENATORS UNABLE TO SCORE
No Rum Are Made Until Seventh
Inning, When Hughes Weakens.
.NEW YORK tiRtVES IN FIVE
l.abe-llAra Klfrllir Wtrk with Mrs
nr DftRntH Win tram
fnllndelphln Fner to
' Tnre. I
WASHINGTON, April M.-Hughen weak
ened In the seventh Inning of today's (am
fur making a- bwl throw to second and
New , "fork -hammered flva run over the
tlatf defeating Washington, I to 0. lk
waa very effective with runners on bsses.
A oriel-handed Catch by ' Freeman of Me
t'ornreirs Una fly 1nl right waa the, fea
ture of , tha game. Score:
. WASHINGTON. Ngw YORK.
H.H.O.A t B.H.O A S.
lvmor. St , f...... .. 1
Milan, ef 4 I Kelsr. rf 4 1
t'nslasb. IP. .. . t s,ibrfl. In, I t I
P!hniv. 2k 4 1 1nnle. If t t 1
rsnre.'-...-4 tit Mr'ftaiMl1, 14 III I I
Frcsman. IW Pall, 2b I a
M. BNI. ..'. ll lKnlM. M...4 1 1 I 1
Streak. I 4 J.ltKl.inow, r. . 4 tilt
TlughM. ... I 4 .. 4 4 1
Hrnnia, .'...-. ; a 1' ,
flm , . t a a a. Tntsls T ! : I
ainnhiii. i a o-
Ttinhill ..I t H
Tii.... . a a i" it 4
Batted for Hughes In aeventh.
Butted for'McBride'tn -ninth.
Batted for Groom In ninth.
Washington ...0 0 9 0 ft 0 0 00
New Tork r o 0 e 0 0 I 0 0 t
Two-base hits: Oonroy. McConnell. Hlta:
Off iuK,lif-a In aeven Innings, : off Groom
In two toning.' I. Sacrifice hlta: Hughes,
Rail.? Storm bases: Freeman. Kail, Knight.
Kleinow. Left on bnae: Wsahtngton, f;
Ne-Tork. . First base on balls: Orf
Hughes, 2; , ,off. Uruom, 1: off Lake. 3.
r-'irst base on errora: Washington. 2: New
Tork.' 2. Struck out:' By Hughea, 2; by
Iroom, I: by l.ke. 6. Wild pitch: Hughea.
Time: 1:15. Umpires: Kgan and Evans.
Boston Drfeata Philadelphia. ,
rniLADFSLPlIlA, April lS-TodV s game
played In a drlxgle and waa. won by
duston, 4 to 2. : Boston mixed hits with
Philadelphia's errors. Chech pitched In
fine form until the ninth, when h weak
ened., and-" the,-home team bunched four
hltsHd eacaped a. shutout. Thoney and
Stakf Of Boaton were unable to play owing
to Injured anklea. Score: ,
Mt-Cnnsell. 3b 4 1 1 I Ollartasl, If ... I t 1 a I
l.ora. .". I lit ONIchol., I t I 1
KBMkcr, rf. 4J J S "Colllni, Jb.,,4 1 i J
OruKr. rf.... 4 1 0 OMurphr. rf...4 I
Nl las V. ...... I - lrtll, lb .... 4 114 I 0
Wsgnar, m... 4 1 i t latnink. 1:1 ... 4 t
rtmms, lb ... 4 ) 11 (I OMclnnn, m..4 1 1 4 i
spi-r, f ...4 1 4 0 OTHuran. c ! I (I 0
rhfi: r 4 Jiipp, c.......i t t i
Coombs. ' s. .. . I t 1
Toull SS S 3T 13 t
Totals 37 t S7 If 4
Philadelphia 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 t t
Boston 00300000 14
Two-base .-hit? Davie. Thtee-base bit:
McConnell. Sacrifice hits: Nilea Cii. Stolen
bases: Murphy. Ixird. Speaker. McConnell.
Double play: Coombs to Collins to Davis.
Left on bases: Philadelphia. 9; Boaton, 7.
First base On balls: Off Coombs, 1: off
Chech, 1. First base on errora: Phila
delphia, 1;' Boaton, I. Struck out: By
f'ncmba, 4: by Chech. . Passed ball: Iapp.
Tlme.l:i. empires: Connolly and. Hurst.
Standing f the Tea ma.
, . . Won. Lost. Pet.
Philadelphia""...'.. ............. 1 1 ,6rO
Watihington T. 1 1 .Hft
' Boaton -.......,-. ) 1 .tm
New York 1 . 1 . . ,5(10
Cleveland 0 .)
St. "Louis I...-.'.'..'.....-....'... 0 ' 0 .(()
I'hlraao .".......,.: 0 m . .mo
Uetroit ....... ,..., 0 a .. ,0W)
Qamra today: Chicago at tJetroit, ('leva
land at fit. '.oiiln. New Tork at' Waahlng-'
ion, Boston V "Philadelphia.
fort' f niioTi "ri.Af"' ftoiRKios
oldlrra M ill Meet Omaha al Vlnios
Fort Cro"k will send Itx base ball team
and -band to Omaha Wednesday afternoon
and the band -will try to lit Ip the base
ball tam bist the Hourke family at Vln
ton atieel park In the annual spring ex
hibition game. In "Waller. Dlreh. Smith
and aoma ot tha othera the Sixteenth regi
ment his some well known athletes, who
have won honors. In the Philippines, not
nly-on the battle field, but on the ath
letic field rs well. The tesm has been
doing considerable practicing thla spring
and Is in fairly good condition. The
famous Sixteenth Infantry band will play
a conceit at Vinton street park prior to the
gama, w.lil(.h is .called at 1:30. Tha line-up:
Omaha Position. Fort Crook.
Clair. , Flrat Carthers
King, Graham... Sucond While
Fraticlt. Smith... Short Kllliiry
PendrV Third Btrlngledecker
Fiaher. .". Left Washouck
Kelden; VaabmderCcnter Murphy
Welch ......Right Ulach
domllng, LeBraodCalch - Waller
Mollenbeck Pitch Smith
Bandera Pitch Kllln&my
Rltaman, Johns.. Pitch Substitute
Lower Pitch McQuald
Rice Pitch Qulgley
Hansen..'. Pitch Penwell
Game called 3:30.
A SSI CM
Instructs Tkent Order Obatrenerans
Players Irosi Grnands.
MILWAUKEB, Wis.. April 1J. I'mplres
were assigned today . by President 1. l.
O'Brien for the opening -American associa
tion games tomorrow, as follows:
At Milwaukee, Gerald Hayes: Kansas
City. W.'J. Sullivan and K. J. Coiuhan.
Indlanapolia. C. B. Owens and E. A. Eck
man: louiavllle, t'harlrs F. King. .
President O'Brien haa Instructed his um
pires to order players from the game who
are gtillly of making improper remark
which may be heard by the spectators.
Playcra reported by umpires for this kind
of rowdy tarn will be fined or suspended.
ERHA9HA 'AKES MJlOTHKH O-MS
William Jewell College Defeated by
,. Score sf fmmr t One.
KANSAS CITY, .April 13. (Special Tele
grain. Nebraska on today from William
Jewell cullego by tha score of 4 to 1. In
the first Inning before the Cornhusker slab
artist wss warmed . up. William Jewell
managed to aqueese in one run. After this
hey were entirely at the mercy of the big
aouthpaw.s- Dudgeon made a sensational
catch for-Nebraaka. Score: R U E.
Nebraska ..'.... 0 O K 2 0 0-4 I I
Vllllara Jewell ! t t u o Ol i t
Batterisa: Nebraska, Ward and Carrots;
Willlan) Jewell, Greene and McConnell.
'' lleaaphtll Oat ( Gaase.
WASHINGTON. April IS. -Charles Hemp
hllU center fielder of tba New York Amer
ican league bate ball team, which la play
ing a series of gaiurs a 1th tha Washington
club, left foi New York City todsv on
accofcnt of a heavy .old. He played in
yesterday'a game here.
MaralnastdTnrlng - Stat.
erOrX CITY. April 13 -(Special.)
Tl-e Mornlngkide college baae ball team
'eft yesterday for a tour of the stsie.
'imn will be played with Western I'nlon
, - jfi
college. Lemurs: the WsterMo Centrsl as
wclatlon team: State Normal school. Cedar
Falls; State university, Iowa City; Iowa
college at Ames and Cornel' rollege at
ftll.MVA TrMA!4GK WHITE SOX
(ratatk "Will ssrerea Jetnea
CHICAGO, April 1J. "Billy" Sullivan. It
waa officially announced today, la the new
manager of the Chicago American league
base ball club. Sullivan Is a catcher and
succeeds Fielder Jones aa head of the team.
The salary which goes w.iii the position
was not msde public. Sulllvsn wss offi
cially notified of his sppolntment by
President Comlskey In Cincinnati Saturday
night and be accepted the appointment.
Fielder Jones wrote to President Comlskey
a few days ago his final refusal to play
basa ball this year.
President Comlskey announced further
that Cravath, one of the Sox recrulta,
would succeed Fielder Jones In cenier field.
"Cravath la a great hitter and a good
fielder." Sfild Comlskey. "He lined on
against the right-field fence In (Cincinnati
yesterday that did my heart good. Sulli
van, of course, will nilsa Jones In center,
but Crsvath la a great ball player. Jakey
Ats will be the regular second baseman
for tha atari of tha season at least. Parent
will plsy at ahort. Isbell will play at first
aid Tannehll) at third."
"Billy" Sullivan has been star catcher
for the Prix since mi. He wss purchased
by Comlskey from the Boston National
league club. Boston got him from Colum
bus. O. He begsn his bsse ball career at
Dubuque, la. Sullivan haa v-n regarded
aenerally by bsse ball experts as one of
the greatest backstops In the business.
Iast year he led the American league
catchers, with a fielding average of .985.
In his batting, however, he fell short of
his previous records. His average for tha
s son was only 191. He has. however,
always been relied upon as a pinch hitter.
MCmr WImThAVH GOOD TRAM
Hones 4 Land Intercollegiate Pen
nan( Tkla geaaon ky Hard Work.'
Pf'tT. Neb.. April 13. (KpecUl.t Base
ball practice haa been going on for about
three weeks at Peru now, and It Is cer
tain that Peru will rut out the strongo.1
team In Its history. Besides the entire
Infield of 1st year. Including Schott.
Jiltcher: Mr-Adams, catcher: Pwens'm,
Irst base; Helme. second bsse: Parrlott,
shortstop, and Beek. third base there Is
Oarey and Stevens for the box, Mitten and
Sandera for the Infield and McDowell,
Oelwick, Zink. Colborn and a host of
othera for the outfield. McAdama has
teen elected captain and Helms manager.
With these of fioei'a and Scherer aa coa:h
Peru hopes to win the Intercollegiate pen
nsnt. A heavy schedule has been arranged by
Manager Helms, which is as follows on
the normal grounda:
Nebraaka City Eagles. April 17. '
Amity college. April 24.
Cotner university, April TO.
Wesleyan. May 7.
Bellevue. May IS.
Tarklo, May 27.
Tabor, May 2.
The games away from home are aa fol
lows : . 1
Nebraaka City. April 2'.'.
Bellevue, May 10.
Wesleyan, May 11.
Cotner, May II.
Tabor, May 13.
Oatlnwa After Miller "tars.
StOl'X CITY. Is . April 13 (Special.)
Magnates of the California outlaw league
are after the stars of the Minneapolis
American association club, which is In
Sioux City frr a scries of games with tha
champion Packers. Tha outlaws have made
an especial effort to secure Lee Qulllan,
who formerly played for the Lincoln club
In tha Western league. Quillan at one time
was slated to play with the Dos Moines
club, but refused to sign a Booster con
tract, lit la now with the Millers as a
utility tnsn. Quillan admitted that he hud
tecelvcd a half dozen cr more telegrams
from the officers of the outlaw league and
from tha owneia of tha Fresno club. The
fitat offer wss for 11,(00, but this later was
Ball grated for Drake.
DBS MOINES. la.. April 13 (Speclal.)
The Drake university basa ball schedule
is as follows:
April -Mi, Ames at Des Moines. .
April "7, Ames gt Ames. . ,
April 29, Co cat Dea Moines:
May t, Nebraska at Dea Moines.
' May 6, Qrlnnell at Des Molnea,
May 11., Upper Iowa at Des Moines..
May l., Nebraska at Lincoln.
May IS, Ames at Des Moines.
Msy M, Orlnnell at Urlnnell.
May "7. Iowa City at Iowa City.
May 29, Normal at Des Moines.
June 2, Normal at Cedar Rapids.
' June 8. Iowa at Doa Moines.
Tabor College Sckednle.
TABOR. Ia.. April 13. (Special. i-The
To bar college base ball achedule for this
spring Is aa follows:
April 16, Bellevue at Tabor.
April 23. Tarklo at Tarklo. Mo.
April 24, Amity at College Springs, la.
April tii, Missouri State normal at Marys
Mry 1, Amlly at Tabor. , .
, May 13. Peru at Tabor.
May 26. Tarklo at Tabor.
May 28, Bellevue at Bellevue. Neb. i
May 29, Peru at Peru. .
Seorea at Bnaa Ball Gaines.
At Baltimore Baltimore ' Easterns, 4;
Philadelphia Nationals, 1.
At Nashville Nashville Southerns, 4; St.
Paul Amerlcsns. 6. '
At New York New York Nationals. 4; i
Newark Eaaterna, o.
At Indianapolis Indlsnapolia Americana,
3; Brooklyn Nationals. 1.
At Cincinnati Cincinnati Nationals, 7;
Rochester Eaaterna, 4.
Tat Morw I.eagaea mi Work.
The season will be opened today In the
National league and American association
National League Brooklyn at New York,
Philadelphia at Boston. Pittsburg at Cin
cinnati, St. Louis at Chicago.
American Association Toledo at Indian
apolis. Columbus at Louisville, St. Paul at
Milwaukee, Minneapolis at Kansas City.
Athletics I.eagna Plaaaed.
CRE8TON. la.. April lS.-'Special.) An
effort Is being piade to Includa the town.
f Springfield, !.. with Rockwell, Swales-'
dale, Thornton and other nearby towns in'
an athletio league. -and have field meets
of all kinds during the summer; The ath
letic schedule is In the hands of Rev. Mr..
Wttzlgman of Sheffield.' and tha scheme is.
receiving a good deal of -encouragement. ,
. . 1 , - : ;
Invlnrlbles Wla Opening Game.
The Invincible, formerly known as the
Barkalows. won, their opening game by de
feating the W. O. .Clarks at Twenty-eev-enth
and California at reels, by the score of
14 to 9. Batteries: Trotter and Piefkv,
Hurst and Gss. '
The Invtnclbles would Ilk to book games
with teams In or out of the citv. leave
phone number at Douglas 1824 after 7 p. m.
Aasaa Wlna frnnt Drake.
AMES, la., April IS. (Special Telegram.)
Amea defeated Draka university Jiere to
day, 9 to 1
Tha pathfinder car for tha (Hidden toor
left Detroit Monday in charge of Dal Lewis
to lay out the course for this annuel classic.
To accommodate the touiista west of Chi
cago it la planned to have alaeping and
dining eara accompany the tour and be
sidetracked at the various night stopping
Patbdnder Heada far (keyenne.
DENVER. April 13.-The Thomas path
finder will leave tomorrow morning for
Cheyenne. The party apent todav making
repaire and reeling preparatory to the trip
. , r ,i Ti .i n
ijh .a ': Hurry and
..' ' see spring
-Jf v-: styles in
. Awa-s Right".
Gossip of Sport
Short Talks' aa "bang Milk
Jeots for Tbota Wka tike
t P to date Jeff hssn't said anything to
Mr. Johnson. ...
Mark It down: Washington opened tha
season by winning.
Comlskey gives It rut cold the Sox will
win the American league flsg.
in Cadman Pa has a heady catcher,
a aura tiltter and a fine man.
Miner Brown will pitch the opening game
for the Cubs against the Cardinal".
The American league season opened Mon
day, the Notional will open Wednesday.
After' all the talk those Highlanders on
paper don't took to ba absolutely Invincible.
George Graham at second and King in
center ought to strengthen the Rnurkes
materially and will.'
Stanley Is a new right fielder with whom
Schttlte has to fight It out ,f or . g regular
berth on the Cubs.
'Bhecknrd Is said to he it) the best of
form.- ' Browne, formerlv with the Giants
and Boston, will play center for Chicago,
Hoblltsel (a playing first down at Cin
cinnati with uncomfortable regularity these
dsys. i Hope the Chicken gets In some
Mclnness. who plsyed shortstop for tha
Athletics In their npenmg game, is a high
achool boy from Gloucester, Mass., 18 years
Rhodes, who pitched last year for Omaha,
will bo the Cardinals' pitcher in the open
ing game at Chicago, and Breanahan will
It Is good news for the fans that Cap
tain Franck-Is In fine form thia spring,
lit rested up during the winter and starts
In much- better off than last year.
"Watel) those, phlllir' is the cry all
nvet- fandom. We watched them last year
and they didn't 'do It, but we'll watch 'em
again. They certainly 'will bear watching.
Slagie, Schulte. Eve is and Kling are four
Cubs who will not be In the game when
the world's chsmplons open up Wednesday.
Zimmerman will cover second and Morsn
It la aure enough now that Pendry is
going to make the fans keep up that In
terest In third base they have shown for a
good many years Schlpke. Pcrrlng. Aus
tlln, Pendry. Can the little fellow sustain
the upward gradation? That's asking a
lot; If he covers. the bag as well aa any
of these three no protests will ba made, and
he'll come mighty close to it.
The Chicago Tribune Is another news
paper that thinks Mr. John Kllng deserves
no public sympathy for his contract Jump
trig. The same Is said of Ed Walsh. Coml
key'a b'g pitcher, who demands $7,500. still
there aecms to be more ground for lust i ty
ing Walsh than Kllng. Walsh ssved the
day for the Box last year true, Kllng did
a great deal toward saving tha Cubs and
esrly served notice on Comlskey for more
money, while Kling waited until the elev
enth hour before letting the Cuba know
what ha Intended to do.
Remember. Hugh Jennings said If Jones
did not return the Sox would be out of the
running. Well. Jones didn't return. But
Jennings doesn't believe It. The tlma
never was. Is not now and never will be
when any one man can so completely de
termine the destiny of any team. Fielder
Jones Is a greet base ball manager and
waa of vital help In winning Box victories,
but the Sox are not deprived of winning
powers by the loss of Jones. With' Jones
and without Ed Walsh last year the Sox
still could not have finished where they
did. So far as individual service went. It
required- no specious pleading to show
that Walsh cut a bigger figure than Jones.
K KWT8 OW THE RtTFtIfG TRACKS
Fnnr Rarea at EmmeryTllle Are Waa
, by arrow Margins.
OAKLAND, April 13.-Close finishes were
frequent at Emeryville today, tour raves
being won by narrow margins. Tne fea
ture was the fourth race, at aeven turlongs
for which Metllok was the favorite. Ho
led for a time, but Stanley Fay proved bet
ter and beat him a neck. A claim of
foul was made by Burns or Meellck, but it
was not allowed. Walsh on Dareington waa
held responsible for the Interference and
lined tiui. Sir John and Sake fell in the
third race. Deverlch on the first named,
escaped with a slight scalp wound. Favor
ites fared badly. Taplln, who was on
Gargantua, winner of the third, was fined
$l0 for rough riding. Summaries:
First race, futurity course, puree: Fancy
(108, Mentry, ti to 1) won, Jim Gaffney (lot,,
Walsh, i to second. John A. Mallon (111,
Kirschbaum. 12 to H third. Time: 1:13V
Agnolo. Hurnell, Colbert. Royal N., Yellow
stone and iKose Cherry finished as named.
Second race, four furlongs, purse: In
trinsic W, Buxton; to 1) won, Olathe (104,
Gross, V to 6) serond. Redeem (9U, Taplln,
21 to i) third. Time: 0:V Fire, I-ewlston,
Sixteen, Silver Grain, Sonla, Dallma, tin
Dot and Judge Henderson finished aa
Third race, mile and twenty yards, sell
ing: Gargantua (107, Taplln. 7 to I) won,
Hush Money (Coburn, 7 to 1) second, Boyle
(94, Koaa, 12 to 1) third. Time: 1:4.1. Im
port, Moorish, King, Schleswlg, Severus,
Mosart, Aftermath, Sir John and Bah
finished aa named.
Fourth race, seven furlongs, purse: F. O.
Stanley Fay (111, Mentry, 11 to 6) won,
Meelick till. Burns, 4 to 6) second, Don
Enrique till, Taplln, t to 1) third. Time:
1:27. Dareington, Tommy Ahearn. Hugh
MoGowan and Banlord finished aa named.
Fifth, race, mile and one-quarter, selling:
Mattle Mack (110, Anderson, It to 1) won,
Legatee (117, Taplln, I to 1) second, Flsv
Igny (110, Ross, 13 to 6) third. Time: 2:10V
Markle Mayer, Mllshora, Jacomo, Lady
Alicia, Veterano, Henry O., Mltra. King
Ellsworth and Gaga finished aa named.
Sixth race, futurity course, selling:
Madman GOT. Taplln, 4 to 41 won. Work
box (109. Walsh, 1 to 5) second. Captain
John (108, Mentry, 18 to i) third. Time: 1:11.
Altamor, Duke of Milan, Alice Collins, Ida
Hewitt and lmltats also ran.
Seventh race, mile and one-eighth. Third
Rail. (106,' Musgrave. 12 to 6) won, Alma
Bay 109. Bulwell. 6 to 1) second, Bilver
Line (103. B. Wilson, 12 to 1) third. Time:
l:a2t. Albert Star, Silver Knife, Critic,
. Baosntarlea at Santa Anita.
I8 ANGELES. April 13 Summaries at
First race, selling, six furlongs: Fsthar
Stafford (!. Shilling. I to i't won, Ander
son Uii, J. Howard, to 11 accond. Paradise
jL'tn (102. U. Wilson, 8 to 1) third. Time:
1:131s- Colonel-. Dick. Iidy - Rensselaer.
Dandy F ne, Egotist, Golden Oriole. Force.
C.irl.l and Nariurla also ran.
Second race, selling, three and a half fur-
loi ga: Tom O Malley G'e. Reward. to i
won, Barney Mason (105, Page, M to li
second. Miles (108. J. King. S to H third.
Time: 6.41V Mate hem. Swift McNeill and
Sea Green also ran.
Third race, selling, seven furlongs: Spohn
(11, J. Howard, 4 to b won. Firm Knot
(108, Bulwell, 8 to J second. Black Mate
(104, B. Wilson, t to!2) third. Time: 1:25V
Canlque, Pal and Milpltaa also ran.
Fourth race, purae, aeven furlongs: Rlfl. -rran
(loS, Preston, 11 to 20) won, Mans I14,
Musgrave. 6 to 1) second. St. Endsl (101.
J. King, to a third. Tims: 1:26V Janeta,
Miss Beaumonter, Banroae and- Needful
Fifth race, selling, one mile: St. Elm
wood (114, J. Howard, 9 to b) won, F.mmu
G. (99. B. Wilson, 0 to 11 second. Barney
Oldfleld (111. Archbald, 4 to 11 third. Time:
1 -3V C. W. Burt, J. C. Clem, Cloyne,
Ed Ball, Captain Burnett and Cymbal also
Sixth rare, selling, alx furlongs; Marbles
Bumppo, The Thorn and Redondo also ran
ansnaarles at Jacksonville.
JACKSONVILLE. Flo.. April 18.-Sum-marles:
First race, flva furlongs: Camel (100,
Hannon. 8 ta II won. Dispute (111), llarty.
out) second, C-aJmo (110, Smith, I to 1)
third. Time: l:u Scotch Lass, Ullian
Go. M, (lee. 39 to 21 a on, Worn and Piay
till. Page. 29 to 1) second. Qosaiper II ilu.
Archibald. I to D third. Tlin-. V;UV
Hwiator Barrett, Trsmator. Itan. 1 C.
Wlldrlg. Rey del Mundo. Vlma ( , Nattie
Ieigh, Gay King, Merise, Calveric and
Caidvell also ran.
Second race, aeven furlongs: Heart of
Hyacinth lli Smith, 30 la 1) won. Merry
Belle (104, Murphy, 8 la I) second. Ben
Double (He. Lovell, 7 to 1) third. Time;
1BV Miss K. O. B., Trey of Spades,
Judge Treen. Separator. KWer, Lamp Trim
mer and Gallilao also tan.
Third race, atx fjriongs: Miss Msrjnris
(Kin, Murphy. I ID ll sun. Bosom Frlsnd
i HO. Golnes. 4 ta 1) second. Silver Skin (lu9.
Wood. 3 to ll third Time: 1:19V p. J.
MeVVrthy. Peacock a Chohe. Beside and
Van Dam also rao.
Fourth race, mile and an eighth: Jesiiftt-!
91, Rrannon, 7 to 10) won, S.-rlng Frog (91.
Hannon, 3 to 1) second. Malediction (!.
Griffin, out) third. Time: f:01. Teeta H .
Countermand, Paul and Judge Saufley also
Fifth rsce. seven furlongs: RsynetlS
(102. Ixl veil 1 In dl won nrare Grorsa (109.
1 Hatchett. ?4 to 1) second. Arawaka (li.
Many, out) third. Time: i:3dv Merigo.
8lster Ollle and Carrie Elder also ran.
Sixth race, one mile: Auspicious (log,
mlth. 4 to S) won. Helen Virginia (100.
Hsnnoii. t to 11 second. Coincident (9.
Reid, I to 1) third. Time: 1:60. Ora Pnd
duth. Dew of Dnwn. Pesrl Hopkins. Miss
Perigold and Rose F. also ran.
WHO WIS, GOTCH OB THIS TI RK f
Males far Warld'a rkamnlonskln
Frank Ootch. champion wrestler of tha
world, will give Youalff Mahmout. tha
Bulgarian Turk, a chance to take bark U
the sick man of Europe the title all Turkey
craves. The two big fellows meet at Dexter
pavilion. Chicago, tonight.
On this ssme mat Ootch became cham
pion of the world a little over one year ago
when ha humbled the vaunted Russian
Lion, George Hsckenrrhmldt. with whom
many fans said Ootch didn't have the ghost
of a show. Yet Golch made a monkey of
Now, many fans believe the Turk will
beat the Iowa champion. Many others do
not. The Turk is a great man. no ques
tioning that and ha doubtless has a chance
of winning, but the odds are with Ootch.
Tha two men will weigh about alike,
Mahmout 18. Gotch 18 If he gets down to
the point Farmer Burns wants him. Ootcli
Is admittedly tha mora scientific and may
be a little stronger than the Turk, though
not much. The Turk's peculiar build Is
greatly in his favor. Ha ought to be able
to make it difficult for Gotch to slip his
toe hold on him. His feet are short and
very thick and muscular and his legs ara
marvels of strength. Around the thlgn
he has a leg bigger than that of any other
wrestler. His neck Is practically a con
tinuation of his head and thla makes a
head hold almost out of the question. The
man's back la a wonder.
But Gotch knowa more holds than
Mahmout, la quicker and equally as ag
gresalve. As a ring general he Is the su
perior of the Turk. His headworks beats
Those who are contemplating the possibil
ity of Gotch losing are wondering how long
It would be before America would recover
the title. Safe to aay a very long time.
Ed Smith, the ssme man who refereei
the Gotch-Hsck match, will hold the bal
ance thla time. The crowd will be immense,
probsbly much -larger than tha one that
ssw Gotch best Hark.
Farmer Burns has had Gotch In tow,
training him aa he did for the Hack match
and every other big match. He admits
Gotch has a hard Job on his hands.
METIS TEAM TAKES TWO GAME
Stars Trlnmnka Dray Tkent, and l.osa
Tha Mets Brothers won two out of threa
games from the Stors Triumphs last night
on the Association alleys. The Mets boys
now have a lead-pipe cinch on the pennant.
Tonight Gate Citys and Gold Tops. Score:
1st. 2d. !M. Total.
Nesle , 18ft 2Ti9 171 625
Sprague , 194 18! ' 68
Denman .'......'. 1M 128 139 453
Blakeney 184 185 200 Esi
Huntington 2oS l9 192 Ml
Totals 959 922 3.788
Frltcher ' 171 187 M 8(9
Landgren 212 160 191 ohl
Zlmman l9 10 156 481
C. J. Francisco 188 172 4 M
Anderson 147 149 148 4,io
Totals ...;..' 887 799 909 3,5!
Captain Yausem af the Colts refuses to
stay at the bottom of the summer league,
so is getting a good stsrt by taking two
out of three gsmes from tha West Sides
last night on the Association alleys, with
Yousem getting a single gsms of 222 snd
totals of 597. Tonight Cudahyg tnd Union
YOUSEM S COLTS.
Hawley 139 Lit 179 4S0
Cross M4 14 179 4t
Yousem ...,.y...ff, 222 ISO 215 587
Totals ".!.'..':'....;.''. 505 4i 572 L&16
t . ..:'WE8T SIDES. "'
Ghristensen t 189 221 19 - " 1T79
L. Norgard 140 122 1M 418
E. Norgard lt9 169 169 Sol
Totals . 408 60S 494 1.4'Jg
Tha Prlmeau brothers opened tha spring
tournament last night on the Metropolitan
alleys in their doubles, and set a good pace
for the crack bowlers to follow. Charles
Prlmeau bowled over 600 In both his events,
making 643 In hla doubles and 619 In his
singles. Solomon Latey and Martin also
bowled their singles. Msny singles and
doubles will be bowled tonight.
Following are the scores bowled the first
night In the tournament:
r. Primeau 192 2nd 195 64,1
H. Prlmeau .....183 172 2ol iu6
C. Primeau ,
428 396 1,199
ROD A.D GCN CLUB HOI 8E
Part ta Be Built Thla Tear aad Part
Officera of the Omaha Rod and Gun club
have decided to build a new club house
this yesr. The plan is to prepsre a draft
for a big, splendid club house and then
build part of It thla year and part next
year. The club la In a moat prosperous
condition snd It Is plsnned to spend be
tween 36.000 and 87.000 thla year on improve
ments. Paebla Bays Walsk of Sax.
PUEBIX). Colo.. April 13.-(Speclsl Tele
gram.) The Pueblo base ball club today
purchased Martin Wslsh. a pitcher from
the Chicago White Sox. Walsh Is a brother
of Ed Walsh, the great Sox pitcher and
has been with the Sox regulars on the
spring training trip, where he made a good
showing. He Will report at once.
Raa far Raca Batting.
, ALBANY. N. Y.. April 13.-A bill de
signed to prohibit the publication in news
papers orf betting ods on horse races
passed tha senate today.
to Reward Scout
Governor Will Appoint Dr. F. W.
Tucker of Lincoln Health In
spector for Nebraska.
LINCOLN, April 13-(8peclal Telegram )
Dr. F. W. Tucker of thia city, tha man
who sold more tickets thsn did anyone
else- for tha recent Bryan birthday banquet,
who toted Governor Shallenberger about
Lancaster county In his automoblla whan
the governor was plain Mr. Shallenberger,
and who haa run errands for the demo
cratic party and Mr. Bryso since J. G. P.
Hildebraod, who got tha Job of reading
clerk in tha state senste. waa a man with
one Initial, ia to be appointed health In
spector for the state, displacing Dr. W. H.
Wilson of Pswne county. Tha news
seeped from tha exacutlvs office today,
though the large gilt seal haa not yet been
applied to tha commission carrying 81. Sou
a year to the waiting one.
THIRD FIRE DESTROYS ASYLUM
Ftfty-BI Inaaaa Patients Carried
Oat af Bsrslsg Bnllding at
WOODWARD. Okl.. April IS. Tha third
firs la a week at the Oklahoma state In
sane asylum at Fort Supply, twenty-five
miles northwest of here, last night de
stroyed the main asylum hospital. No Uvea
wars lost, but It was necessary to carry out
fifty-aix of the fif'.y-nlns patients In the
Tba hospital was a landmark. Ii as
erected when Sheridan and Cueter had
their headquarters at Fort Supply.
THE ARMY AND NAVY FOREVER
These are the type of men sworn to defend the glory and honor of the nation by
land and by sea to uphold Law and Justice to protect our property and our lives
and guard our homes when we sleep. Must they not, of necessity, be strong, healthy,
full blooded and brave? Every one knows that the most popular beverage of such men is
The King of All Bottled Beers
No beer on earth has ever equaled it for surpassing excellence and absolute purity.
It is the noblest brew ever made by the skill of man. The life of-the malt is in it and
the life of the hop the first a food and the second a tonic.
The Most Popular Beer in the World
Bottlad Only at tha
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CORKED OR WITH CROWN CAPS.
SCHURMAN ON TAXATION
President of Cornell University Ad
dresses St. Nicholas Society.
DEFENDS. INHERITANCE LEVIES
Tkla PM-m, Me Thinks. Should Ba
ReaerVrd far the Mates and
Nation ahonld Assess
NEW YORK. April 13. Two hundred
members of the St. Nicholas society, which
is made up of descendants of the Dutch,
German and English families who lived In
the New Tork City of colonial times,
gathered tonight at Dnlmotilco's around
the gilded weathercock of the New Amster
dam city hall, which was presented to the
society In lSftfl by Washington Irving. The
diners smoked Dutch clay pipes a yard
long and the banquet room was decorated
In the Dutch colors, orange and blue.
President Sc human of. Cornell was the
principal speaker. Hs talked on "National
Problems," beginning with the tariff and
Its relation to the cost of living, he turned
to a discussion of the Income tax and the
Inheritance tax. Both of these he consid
ered excellent means of raising money,
"because they fall on those who ara able
to psy and cannot be shifted upon others."
"The Inheritance tax," he said, "is so
just, so convenient and so little felt In tha
numerous states where it has been adopted
that It will eventually be raised to tha
highest limit It will stand without driving
citizens out of the slate to escape It.
. The writ of habeas coipus secured In
behalf of S. 8. Carvalho, Bradford Mer
rill and Edward H. Clark, officers of the
Star company, publishers of the New York
American and Evening Journal, In the
action brought against them for criminal
libel on complaint of John D. Rockefeller,
Jr., was upheld by Justice Gerard In the
supreme court today and the defendants
ordered discharged. Mr. Rockefeller had
complained of the publication In ths New
Tork American of December 17, 1908, of an
article wrongly accusing Mm o( having
originated a peonage system to which the
employes of a certain breakfast food com
pany in Illinois were alleged to have been
In his opinion Justice Oersrd character
ises the article as a grots and vicious libel,
the writers and publishers of which should
be brought to trial, but flnda that no evi
dence exists to show that Messrs. Car
valho, Merrill and Clark had anything
whatever to do with its writing or publica
tion. The decision affirms the principle that
the officers of a corporation which pub
lishes a newspaper are not liable to crim
inal prosecution for libels printed In the
newspaper simply becsuse they are euch
officers and without any further proof to
connect them with the management of the
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