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OMAHA. FHIDAY. Al'RIL 16. 1H09.
Sox Fail to Connect, but Cubs Have Their Own Way;
BROOKLYN BLANKS NtWVUIlK
Trolley Dodgers Win Exciting Game
in Thirteenth Inning.
BRILLIANT DUEL OF PITCHERS
Thirty Tboaeaad rnn la Stand
. Are CI ten Uitraordlnar? fcahl
alltua of Ik atlaal
NEW TOn K. April lS.-Thlrty thousand
persons- record-brtaklng baae ball l ti
ering at landed the opening championship
lunt on the l'olo ground today between
the New York and Urooftiyn clulw. and
matched the liome tram bo down 10 defeat
1 by a acore of 3 to 0, after thirteen In
tilng The game was a pitching duel be
tween Irving Wilhelm xni Leon Amea. In
rhloh the Brooklyn boxrmui tlreil out hla
s'ew York rival. Amea did not allow a
lit In the flrat nine innings, only twenty
teven men facing him In this time. In Ilia
rxtra period! tba Brooklyn hattera got to
him strongly, making tour hit in the laat
Manager Lumley started his team on the
road ta victory In tha thtrteenth Inning by
tripling.' Jordan was purposely paaaed In
the hop that a double nJay could be pulled
off on Lennox, who, however, alngled. Hear
ing Lumley. Two more run were tallied
on hita by Bergen and Burch and 8chlel'
A great throw to the plala by Rehrlng
In the eighth Inning prevented New Tork
from winning In that round. Wilhelm held
the New York to three etngte. the flrat
of which was made in the eighth Inning.
8econd Baaeman Doyle of New York
not allowed to rlay by Manager McOraw.
because he haa not yet shmed hi contract.
Long before the game began the newly
remodeled Polo ground were filled with a
cheering crowd of enthualaata that filled all
the seata In the aat', baae ball etartlum
except back of the center field stand.
The appearance of the ;nlayers called forth
cheera and the fielding practice waa nar
rowly watched by the New Yorkers and
Brooklynlte. Richard Croker. In the ab
aence of Mayor McClellan, threw out the
ball from an upper box In the grand
stand when Umpire Johnstone called play
One band and a drum corps helped keep
the excitement up to a tenee pitch prelimi
nary to the game, which wa played on a
t In-soaked field.
The crowd howled and cheered con
tinually throughout the game and when the
ninth Inning had ended It wa seen that
Ames had allowed no hit the enthusiasts
rose and shouted several minutes. Not
until the last man was out In the thirteenth
Inning did, .the .crowd .make any move to
leave the ground. Score:
BROOKLYN. NEW VOtlK
AB.H.O.A.R. AR. HO A P
urc. If 1 I OlTarrol. f... OKI)
.Ih.rman, 2b I in 0FiMcii,r. 2b. ft ft I) 7 1
-tiinimcl, n. S A I 1 0MtCormirk .1 t
lebrlns. cf... soil OMurrtr, rl .. I Ml)
l.uml.jr. rf... 1 t OTann..,-. lh.,. A it I
Jordan, lb.., 4 1 II, ftd'H.r., rf... I A A
I-annoi, lb.. 4 114 in.vllti, Jb... s A 0 A A
Bran. Sv...l'1 1 AariAwall. M., 4 4 7
Vlllialm,' p.. 5 ft 4 0,i-hlal, c 4 II 1 i
-.W, 4 A 1 0
" I II 11. Mrara 1 I A
' ' " Tolt......4 J St n :
Rttled for Fletcher In the thirteenth.
. 'Hatted for Amei in the thirteenth.
Brooklyn ...OeoOOOOOOOOO S-J!
New York ...OOOOpOOOOOOQ 00
Two-hae hits: Alherman O. Jordan.
Three-base hit: l.umley. Stolen bases:
O'tlera; Hurch. Tfr on bases: Brooklyn. 6;
New York, . First base on errors: Brook
lyn. 1; New York. t. Double playi Fletcher
to Brldwell to Tenny. Struck out: By Amp.
ll; by Wilhelm. 4. Base on bll: Off
Ames. I. Time: 2:20. Umpires: Johnstone
Chicago Win from St, I.oal.
CHICAGO, April 15.-For five Inning
Brebe held the locals to two hits, but wa
wild and started the three runs on passe.
Ilti proved easy und was hit In alt direc
tion in the sixth and seventh. The visitors
bunched hits In only one Inning, scoring
throe runs on I'felster's wlldne and three
single. Bresnahsn was ordered off I lie
field In the seventh for disputing a decis
CHICAGO. ST. KOUI
AB.H.O.A B AH H O A K
Prownt, cf... 1 1 J A ORjrn., lb 4 I I 4 I
shcoliard. It. I I I I Khi. if 4 A I A I
i lis nee, lb... 4 I 10 ii ORrasnahan, I I I I A
turlnfslttt. 3b I 1 11 OPhalpa. . 1 0 ; a I
Tlnkar. aa.... 1114 OKoiartihy, Ik I A I )
A Hnftnsn. 'ft I I 10 Mum, rf I I I ft u
Zlia'arniaa.Ib 4 J A ft ! palalianly. If 1 A 4 A fl
Mora, 4 111 Ocharlra, ;t... 1 I I 0
t'llealer, B... I 1 A I OOalwn. aa.. 4 A A S I
Drown, p lift! Olioalw, p t A 0 A
HomrJ .... ISO AMimii. p ..... A A A A ft
Kill I I A
TouU SI 11 10 1
Toti jo t : i
Hattuil for Pflester In sixth.
Batted for Moore in ninth.
Chicago I 1 1 0 0 S i 0 Mi
SI. Mollis v."1 0 0 0 I II A 0-04
Two-base ' hit: "'Tinker. Thwe-bn.se hit:
Brown. Hits: Off Briester. 4 In six In
HtiiKs; . off lieelie, lo In six and one-third
lmilntr- Sacrifice hits: Stieckard, Chance.
Itnuwlian. Sacrifice rllea: 8teiufeldl. Kv.
tins. l.eft on bus-: Chicago. 7: St. I-ouln.
6. Bases en' balls: Off Tffestxr. H: off
Belx, 6. Buses on-errors: CIiIusko, I; Kl
I.nule, 1. Hit Willi pitched ball: Fly Fflea
ter, OeiehHtity. Struck out: My Pfiester. 4:
by Bee, 1 Wild pitch: Moore Time:
2:U6. V'li'Plrea: Klein and Ksne.
', neda W, front Plratee.
CI Nt'lNN ATI. April 15 -An error .v
Mowery gave the P.ttbura start of Iw.i
uns In the first Inning. therHfi,r Kvilnir
liehl tin- rirato uff. uIUiiiukIi i-m i irt
u not of the lnat. Tim C'ln liin.itlx l4.'iri
billing Willis in tlin fifth Innlint ninking
a grand finish In tiie elgiith wlen it .bs
two triples, a double und a lnKl nrK.'d
four' runs. Score:
ciNciNSATi riTTsai rtn
AH H O A B All H O A K
Huixln. lb.. I 1 S i lVIM.r. rf . I I 1 n
kl. Cf .... Ill tlMrk. Ih k I I I I
rkrt. If... I 0 I A -rk. If ... 4 I 2 A A
I .o hart. 3b... I 0 A S 1 Wanar. a., J II
Mil. hall. rf.. t I ft t AAl.hallrhln :b 4 A I A A
Vi, ... 4 I SAhaialn. lb.. I 1 ; a
iKM.iiiTaii, is ii iwiiaon, rf
Wn, t... 4 114 ftoilaion. ..
Rln. p 4 10 1 vn illla. p. .
-. 'Ilralt ...
Totala JS tl II t
Hatted foe Wlllla in ninth.
4 I A A A
. I A 4 i A
. I ft 1 I 1
. 1 ft ft ft
It 7 34 U l
Cincinnati 0 a o o 1 1 4 7
Pittsburg ZOguAftA tk-i'
Two-he hit: Mnwrey. Wgr.er. Thiee
base hit: llnbllttell ? Mitch.; 1 J S.mtI-fl-e
hit: l'aak-rl. Miller. 8nriric" fly
Mitchell. Pt'ilxrT bNe. Millar, irn.i,
Mgner. Abatrln. Bui on In. tlx- Or'.' K -...1"
,W "l h- I'"' ' kl:
. V . i' a1 U"ok. ou,: n" Kstlng. 5:
i'nVVm."... TU"': VUu,
llllsaorc WIm in. Game.
INWANAPOI.IH. Arll n I.ntimor.
Wi.n h' shoic toluv u,,. .,, nitl
hrn a clrun smglf nt. r m-oiv.I luu-
b. i t fnuii aexond. The sum., muH clo,e ami
tmltliiT throughout. pt-.re; !
INIII ANAIYllJH Vnl.Klx
rhanrr.e! it t Sl ' 'SMI . "a
ariilaan. rf. I I ft "llinlim.r ; 4 ft
Halaa), rl... 4 I 3 S ISmtMii, if. a I A A a
arr. tb 4 ft If I AHi.-kir.an. it.'. 1 a a a a
htrk, Ab.... ISIS as.Uiltl rf A 1 A
William. :b. I ft i ft ASIoan. ih... ,, -
llowlsr, C... Ill" AKauhart. lb., t , a n
'kka. aa ... I ft ft 1 lank, r 1 I k t ft
Ctabaoi. ... I t ft I ftLatllui.ira. p. I p 4
Tatali 3ft rl II I Tolala s i .j ,";
Toledo 1 I 41 A A a ft
lnillni,ap!s , ... I 0 0 0 0 0 It II tl J
Threr-twse lilt: ChadtMnirne. flrurk out
Bv Ijjtiiinnre, 3: by ilmham ;. Itnublt
Jiys: Burke to Carr. V li nns 1 1 Cji i r.
Horke. Stolen base: Daulaert. V.isa. ,)
'."H: Claik-. lilt bv pit- Inil bull: HryU.i.l
Linplr: Oaciis and. Kvkmtii. Time: l:ti
Nor ana I Hail A a.
KEARNkv. Neb., April li.-lUpecial.l-the
first base ball game of the season waa
played at the Athletic park fTuesduy after
noon between the nucleus Of the Normal
Uam and the Hearsay team. The Normal
' t uiXi l. ,ow" bo' w,lh '
Standing of the Teams
VAT I. I.K VC.I P
am eh. lj-:agl:e. I
7 W. I..
P.'t.'l W. U Pet '
Chicago J 1)
Bust on 1 0
Brooklyn ....! 0
I'ittshurg ...1 I
( lm Innatl .,1 1
New York ..0 I
I'nilndelphla 0 I
8t lo ils 0 S
.ai';velar.d ....I 10r)
Irt", New York ...J
.AW'IBoBton . ....1 I
"VSt. Umls t
.VOIdilrago 0 t
NAtionnl lesgue; Brccklvn st New York, j
Phi anVlpMa at IJoRtcn, rittsburg at Cln-
cinnati. t. iouia at t r.lcago.
American league; Chicago at Detroit,
Cleveland at ft. Louis, New York at Phll
delplils, Boston st Washington.
Amorlran staoclntli n: Colurohits st
lulsvllle. Tolcdn at Indlanapclls. BL Paul
at Milwaukee, Minneapolis at Kansas City.
A M HSU C A N A StfOt : 1 AT I u N'
St. Paul .....
GAMES I AMERICA ASSOCIATION
Millers Wla frosa Ike Botrltere la the
. Twelfth laalaaj.
KANSAS CITY, April lfk-ln a strong
twelfth Inning rally the Minneapolis ' team
oik the aeiond game of the serle from
Kansss :ity today. ta 1 In tha twelfth
the visitors made four hlta off Dugglely
and counted as many runs, ftcora:
KAjVAAS CITY. aUVNCAPDI.il
AB H (I A B. AB.H.O.A.E
arllala. If... 4 13
Shaiiiiaii, rf. I A I
Nalghhora. rf 1 1
llraihrar. tb. 4 ft II
Hailing, lb.. 4 11
A HOrlar. aa J I I
0 liM, lb.... I I I 1
0 10' NUM. If... t I I t
1 I KHinondaon.ef 4 I ft
4 erii-karlni, rf. 4 t 4 t ft
4 OCollina. lb... t I I I t
I OWhaalar. lb.. I 1 II 1 I
t I Block, e 4 I ft I t
I eobarlln. p... 4 t 4 1
4 erounf, p ft t 0 t ft
I Siariana .... 1 I ft
ft (l , .
0 ft Tuts; 40 1 M If $
Croaa. aa I
SuDlv-as. a... I
Kaaii'k. p I
Ouipiabr. p.. t
Tmala..,...T I I 2.1 I
I'slifd fur Rnlllcan In tenth.
Hailed for KkhIcIc In tentli.
Betted fur Oherlln In eleventh.
Khm City t 0 ti 0 0 0 0 0 0
Minneapolis. ..0 HO000O10I0 40
Hits: off Ksalck. 1 In ten Innings: off
Dugglehy. 4 In two Innings; off Ooerlln, 6
In eleven Innings; off Voung. 1 la one In
ning. Two-bsse hits: Neighbor. Jliekloy.
Meriens. Kurned runs: Mliiiioiipollm 2;
Ksnsas City. I. Left on Ihih: Mlnno
u Polls. 6. Kansas city. . Kmilfli-e hlis:
Carlisle. Shunuon. Stolon hasna: Helling,
liunni (.'). Collins. Struck out. By FthW.
by 'OberHn. ; l . Young. 1. Buses on
balls: Off Kasick. off Ouggleby. 2; off
Oberlln, 6. Hit by pitched bull: Oyter by
Esslck; Hetllng end Cross by Oberlln.
Time: U:'.U Umpires: Coiiahiin and Sulll-
Bretvers Wlo In Tenth.
MI I. WAT K KK. April Is. Milwaukee lie
fcateii the Hi Paul team in tiie second
guinr of His am an n here toduy In a ten
Inning contest by s score of 3 to 2. Oehilng
uss ton hs.1 up rHthcn hurd in tiie first
tftn InniiiKS ami he retired In favor of Hall,
who piulii-d n aiieut n.inw. A pass to Rob
inson. Hurry h Iwn-bsgger uml Itandall's
vaciifli-e fly scored the winning run.
Uouglicity vlirhed a gland ;une. Score;
MILWAI KKK. ST.. PAl'U
All. M. II. A. E An. II O A E
Bihinan. ta. 3 0 I I ftliatla. cf 4 A 2 0 A
Harry, rf 4 I I
A AHnrjr, If. ...
I tl Murray, rr..
1 AKIyutl. lb...
A 1 Nr. Jh
I) I'Cuckinan. 3b
: Slirau.. aa
llandall. rl ... 4 A 4
M.li.i.n II. . 4 IP
Clark. b .V I I
M.r.M inl. k,:ii 4 A i
t HI Una. If 3 I I
H.nuiltr. c. 4 li 1A
luusliarl, p 3 1 1
2 OOhrln. p..
Tot a la X! ft n i: i
Toisla I! IS
Two out when winning run was scored.
Milwaukee t 1 0 (I 0 0 0 0 0 1 -3
Bt. I'aul ..1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0-2
'Two-base lilts: Collins. Harry, lilts:' 0
Ochrlng, 3 In two innings, off Hall, S In
eight Innings. Kuciiflcu hits; Murray,
Flynn. Nec, Randall.. Barry. Cockman.
Slnleii h.iKei. Itubluenii, Met: una. LKiublu
play: Itnblnsou, McCormlck to McUmiiii.
1-rft on basos: Milwaukee. 7; Kt. Paul. '
Buses on bulls: Off tlehnng. J; off Hull.
C: off Dougherty. 4. (Hit by pitched bJI:
By Hall. 1. Struck uiit: l(y l.nmhntv. 7:
by Hail. J. 1'usned ball. Curlsch. Hos
teltci' C). Wild pitch: Gehilng. Time:
2.W. Linplre: Haves.
Iiuttllera Uunch tills.
I.OriSVUJ.IC. April 1o.-lxulvllle won
the second game of the season from Cnluin
I bus tlnoiiKh t lie good pltchlnic of felby. a
: Weklurii ussoclstlon iecn.it. The locnlx won
In the cliililh Inning by bunching hits off
I r. (MlKrll lioniu inn w.is the feature.
Tho wculher wss perfect 'for DHSe ball,
K II O A B. All. H O A t
limtlaavy, rf ;i I
Wn...l-,ifr in I I
OO'ftnurk. aa. I 0 I
3 IIMarrll. rf... 1
A ur.insalton. rf I 0 1
IMirlianly. If 4
Tali., in 4
l.aiitlrf.1 Ii. rf. 4
Ill-mi. tli. ... I
Qi'in'an. aa .
Ceil a. i: 'J
tnlky, p I
m 'm-a. i' . . . ,
M AKruser, If..
4 r Miller, lb..
0 OWr'Klry, lb
1 Hi-jar t
Illa .. . t n II t
Itnlted for Wilg'ny In ninth.
VI I U Ik 3
ljiulsvllle :, i 0 0 0 0
I Columbus , A 10 0 1
0 0 -;:
0 0 o ;
Stolen bnn- I inlrlianty, Sacilil. e I It; J
Odstall. Two-base till; iululun. Tliren- !
hum hit: Jumee Home run: Odwuli
Double pliiys; Wninliul'i' lo UNon; Oil wall
lo Mlllei ; CrU-l. Miller In .tunic. Struck
mil: lly fielhy. 3; by Cleycr. 3 Bntms on
balls: Off Srll.y. ; ff tu-ycr, 3 L-ft on
: I Kiulsvllle. 3; Co!j:nbus, 4. Tbnei.
t :4ia. Cniplrn: King.
pi rt iik.ii
W A I. II
AppllralluB Say . iiuilakey d Not
Teutlar Hint leiitrarl.
MKIHDKN. Conn, April 15. - fcklwu.nl
Walsh of I his city, u pltWier for ihe Oil
c'lgo A me Ii-. in le-ign.- base ball tennl. lo
il.iy nu-d nn upplli allnii Willi the
limuil llsse fcall uiuiiiiilsslon In he ito
clHrei) a flue ugsnl. clulining. anioiig otli-i'
Ihinkis. I hiit Owner Conuskey of the Chi
i'4gn team did not tender him it mnlract
Jo eign befiirn tha rcajulreil lime, which ex
pired Msn-li I IjsL
irillllAUO, April 1,-At (he iifricv of
PreHldeiil Cnmixkey it waa' stated that
Plli-htir Welsh wss tendered it contract
prior tu M.u-ili I and tnat ilia matter of
Hi tender irna properly registered.
OITHERN LKslilB SKASO.V OPEXS
taahtlllc Cliaaaplaas A re Pitted
Agalast Moatgoaaerr la Starter.
NAHIIVll.l-K. Tenn.. April 1.-Th
Routhein league base ball seawn opened
lodsy Itli Hie cliamplon home tesm pitted
against Montgomery. Little Hock at Mem
phis. Birmingham at Atlanta and Mobile
in New Orleans. In Nashville the game
wss preceded hy a street parade In auto
mobiles. Pennant flying formalities in
which women will hoist Isst season's cham
pionship flag were feeture at the park tills
afternoon. af:er wlitrh Mitor Jaine s
Brown. ho Ikeued a prot-.imai!on for a
naif nonoay. pitcneii tne nrsl ball. Wcather
conditions are eaceilenl.
Mtiaal t'ttrata Playa lloarUes.
Pa Pnurke has added snother nxlilhliliiii
'gam In the. long Mai. ha la having M
family piny befwe the eniny nf Ihe ees
knit. He bus arranged to meel the Signal
i Corps nu n from Kurt iimalia KrlJy afiei
I iiihiii nt Vlnt.in ' street purk. 'I'h Llnroln,
I t-in i-nnies Saturday and Sunday. Tne
Kurt Omaha lsm lies been doing sUuns
'bard enrk this spi lug and lias high hopes
! tr making n belter record SKaiHSt Ihe pin
fe.alnmils than the soldi ma nf llm Slateenlh
lln'anlrv did Wednesdsy. The lino up:
Omulm. PiMittmi. Fort Omsha
'Tali First sliiicos
Miiis. tlisbum. .. Second Clark i
nuiitii, r mink... hbort
Hansen. . . ... ,
..U St. Ii
Ss Want Ad Art Busluasg Chasers.
I TIGERS BUNCH HITS UN WHITE
ieiroii wins uime trom Chictic ir.
.U . e.-.i. T-:
JjlCSAVATH SCORES FOR WHITE SOX
!oOo!C",ep Team from Shajf
I - Kaorklng Ball Over the
DH7TROIT, April UV-Three Vte were
bunched on White by Detroit In the slx-h
Inning and " thesa resulted In two 1 n.r.a.
enough to decide the o.itcon.a, though ti-.e
home team gtrt unoU.er on tao hits and an
error tn the eighth. Crsvath. who pre;
vented Muilln froir. pitching a no hit game
yesterday, saved his team from a shutout
today by h:tt!t.g over left field fence tn
the seventh for a home run. This was
the first hit of the game off Summers.
Both pitchers did great work. Score:
AB II O A E
Vcfniyr. It.. 4 I I
4 10 0 0
ri.h. aa I I I
(Saa-for. af . 4 1 1
Cebb, rf 4 ft t
Neaaoian. lb. 4 I IS
Morlarltr. lb I ft I
Srhaarar, tb. I I I
Stanas. a... ft
tummars. p. . I t
1 Parent, as.... 4
Ponsbartr, !f I
ftahell. lb I
U-raaath. ef... I
Ait. ib . 4
ITannablll, lb 4
uwbna. p I
T'' 11 IT 14 TrnaJ. H St 14 t
Chicago 0 0 0 0 0 01 0 0-1
To-bnm hit: Mcrntyra. Horns run:
Cravath. Sacrifice hits: Buah, Mortsritv,
lebll. Stolen beem: Crihb. Double play.
Psront to Ati to label). Left on bases:
Detroit. ; tthl.-ago. A. nrst base on balls:
Off Summers. I First bsso on errors: De
troit, 1; Chlcag-o. L Struck out: Bv Sum
more, t; by White. , Wild pltchee: By
Rummers. 1; by White, 1. Time: 1J0. Um
pires: Kerln and O'lxnighlln.
Cy Voanaj Pltrhe (or Naps.
ST. IXVI8. April 1. -Cleveland won the
oona (iuo of tho series here today with
St. . Ixnils. the score being 4 to 3. Cr
oung pitched his first ammo for the Clevo
hind team and at times wits hit hard.
Pelty, for 8V lxuls. pitched a good game,
but Inability of his train mates to get hits
at the right tlmo aens the. main osuse of
tho dofaaiL Score.
ST. LOUIS CtlJtVTUSD.
AB H.O.A.g. AB II O A .
'sea. If I I I I tj. nark. If t 0 S 0 I
I 14 ft OBrmSlar. lb.. I ft 1 1
rarna. b. ...
Wallai-a, an. .
t I ft ftTurnar. a... 4 111
1 AljJoU. ib.... 4 10 1
A ft tSlorall. lb... 4 1 It 1
I 4 An. Clark. . 4 1 4 t
t I i:f. .... 4 0 0 0
I A HHIliahluSB, rf I 1 1 0
0 I ftYauns. p I ft ft I
Totala 14 10 !7 1J A
'Batted for Pelty In ninth
II 27 tl J
St. liouls o 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 03
Cleveland 0 t S 0 0 0 0 0 04
Two-base hit: Lajole. Home run: Holt
man. Sacrifice hita: Jones, Bradlev,
Young. Double plays: Turner to Stocail.
Ptovall to Bradley. First base on balls:
Off Pelty, 2; off Young. 2. Struck out:
By Pelty, 3; by Young, 6. Passed ball: N.
Clarke. Time: 1:6a Umpires: Sheridan
Keer Yark Witts In First.
WASHINGTON. April 15.-OroonVa wlld
ness and Ineffectiveness In the first Inning
today gave the New Yorks four runs und
enough to defeat Wsshlnatmi. 4 to 1. Smith
and Qtilnn theo had u pitchers' battle for
inr rest oi me game, iiolh stdea fielded
cleverly, many sensational plays being
made. Vice President Sherman witnessed
tne game from one of the boxes. Score:
WAUHINfiTON. vBW yomt.
AH. H O AH AB.H.O.A K
Clvmar. rf... 4
A Ariee. ef 1 A
Milan nf 4
I nslaiib, if . 4
Drlahanty. Ih t
t'enror, 3b .. 4
Kreeaias. lo. 9
Mi Bride, aa..
lirneina, p.... ft
Pmltb, p 5
Hiirna. p A
OKaelrr. rf ... I ft I
0 ARlberfelll. Ib. t ft 0
1 OKiigla. If 4 11
4 OMrOiinnall.lb 4 1 11
0 A Rail. 2 Ill
I Onialr. c
t ftguinn, p...
.M ST IT 0
Tolala .11 i ft
Cmnley butted for Street in eighth.
Brsv batted for Smith In eighth.
Knight out for Interference.
New York 40000000
Two-base hits: KnaMa i?i fu.n,r mi...
off Groom in one-third inning. 1; off Smith
In seven and two-third Innings. S; off
Burns In one Inning. 1. Sacrifice hits: Ball.
Kjilght, Qulnn. Double play: McBrlde to
pelehanty. Left on bases: Washington.
4: New York. 6. First base on balls: Off
t.room. !! off Smith. I. Hit by pitched
ball: By Groom. 1; by Bmlth. 1; bv Qulnn.
h,.,8,n"'k ou,: y Bmlth. 2; by Qulnn, 3.
Wild pitch: Smith. Time: 1:46. Umpires:
Eh-ans and Egan.
At Philadelphia Philadelphia - Boston
gmiie postponed; rain.
War Sanders llorca la.
Wsr Sanders arrived Wediiesdsv tileht
from his Tennessee linmu nnd Is ready for
ll.o opening of the base bull season In h
einipl.i of weeks. P.mdera never hurries
buck in the spring, as he figures It will dn
Ids si-whrcl no good lo limber it up In
Nebraska, while the snow Is still on th
giuund, lifter he haa been wintering In the
souih. Sunders avs lh inomiahinlna- hn.i.
Huns Is gotting to he u little precuneus and
li has (loted his lime and attention to
other lines this winter.
Autttes Teo Fast for ebrsaka.
MANHATTAN. Kan.. April li-(Speelal
I elegravin.l- Nebraska lost to the Kansas
Aggies tnil.iy. 7 to 3. The Cornhuxkera did
ml plav llinlr game. Otmstead started to
pilch for Nebrssks. but was replaced In
the first Ituiing after three scores had been
mud. Bt-liMtr, who moot In for Nebraska,
pitched iod ball. A cosily error permitted
the Aaiglca to gel the lead. Score:
, , R.H.E.
.N slirs.sk i j 4 4
Kaumn Aanles 7 8 3
BatUrli-s: N'ebrsskH. Olnistnad. Bcllzer
and Carroll; Aggies. Baird and Speer. Um
pire : Crumley.
t. lrtrls Wins Newmarket.
NKWMAIlKlfiT. Kng.. April 15.-Tha
wood Dllton stakes of liv sovereigns each
siilli a snveieiirns added, for 3-ycar-olds
was inn lere luilay and won bv 81. Vlc
irlx. tliantettr ns second and his mules
ly's fiakmere third. Amnm the .i.i.i
siarleis was ). f. Wliltney s Sixty II.
The llr.itiby plate of yio sovereigns for 2-ycsr-iilils
ilislsrice four furlongs, was won
by Mr. Whitney's Oversight. King Kd-wai-ls
a1n Air was second and Sol Joel s
Split Uilrd. Thirteen horses ran.
COTCII Wll.l. TTuE:t".e II'I.EOD
thnmploa Matrked 4-aalasl Old
'I litter a Waterloo Taesday.
VATi:i;i.iMI. I . April. Frank Golch
in. . .,i, i.e,i., i, i,ve tjren niaU l,d l,i
wreslle ,,eie nam 1 u.asv night, two fal
In three. Mlid liu only recenlly re
cnli'ied 11 e ge'iie
MAHSHAI.I.IiiW v, 1. 1.. Anrll 1l(Si,e-j
cll. -ll waa siiiinimced In this rltv todsv
Unit Pisnk (li.tcli wimlil meet Csrl Olaoii, I
ll.e l.( !eeiU or Si. leuiln. In a wrr-stlinv
l-mt In ,Ma illy m- i,t Mondsv nlsht. M
V Cnnn.illv ' i.- Moluea. who has ar-iaiiK.-.l
Ihe l.nnt. es.s ihat Golch consented
in i ii i n ni.fi- mi l wiemle purelv m, r,f
fiienditilu frtr C.uiielli. aim waa (, mHn
"I"1 btoi.iM (3. .fa-la m:i and developed blin
lllann who Ik lo rete O.lleh Went
nE.ilnai Mslmifiiit. the Ti rk. In St. f.nula
Ua F.-bmsrv 'Phe Tuik wss to throw the
Sedo th-ve llm in an hour, hit fall-d
seenr.. u Mngh. rail. n Mdj-od and
Alei Banter. Ih. I.iiter f Ohio, will nn- !
pear In Ih.; si ini-prellmlnsrles.
Daai M,Tea a the n sn h b-ew n.iar'i
all mor s elnd'r pah a hn Hntch w s
kid and save 1,1m the incentii-e to become I
a wrei.i Ii wna thla ,,; Qmeh w-
Ihe big attilete In f air,illdt s-id fir mile.
sreiind. He eoiil.1 pi, hov. nlav Kali .na
wreile !e lel nil hla roimtrv friends st
eiervlMnir nr.. I thay ilmugl.t he wss n
One dsv lliimboldr had a i-h.-.i-.-
Golcla ent. ret In ev-rv athlelie event se-l I
wnn mean sn nnsi to the wrestling match
yet to crt-n A stranger had been an m.
-inent.nf G.-'ch's .ii,d beaten all along the
"Well. ITI aremls von." aal.t ha stranger
fa.e.a aid bet and the siskes"
"I don't heMeva I will.- replied the big
country boy -l don't know you. You may
be a professional wrestler "
Moleod Insisted that as Ootch had -or
reryihlng eis )it w-ghi m be wlii:r.g to
:v him a chance.
'You are a bftter sport than not to sive
' a chsncA, I hope.'' Ir.s'sted 'he strsrger.
ictch wss finally r.::d into Tei:tr.x.
. hey went at It on a cinder path where
'..A) had rm the foot race. Th stranger
' gsied getting a mat. but the eour.trv
ftov, now emboldened. Insisted on the bare
W"hn Ootch can-.a to re wa lying on Ms
bed tn his roorr! a: home. Soon t
tranger appeared a: tho Ootch household
sntl ako to be ailowd to a.-e young
nisi, hoping he waa nt badlv. hurt.
ioo hnd for you to see him," said the
"Well, r'!l ',esve my card and mw earnest
hopes that eon.e dsy your boy will be ' a
wrestler." ' .,
Tre card read: ''Eanl Mcleod. Champion
vrestlr of the Worl.1.4" .
tar Cornhoaker r.ytnnnat May Be Oat
I.i.VOOIN. Aprt. la. -(Special. ) D. C.
Mitchell, alar Cornhusker gyntnast, upon
whoh: Ncbrs-ak:i hs. been depen.lint to
sin the tr.dlvldua" horora tn the big woat
ern gtmnttatic ixtntest .!n the university
srmory Saturday r.lght. received an Injure
to his rlgt liand yestcrdsy afternoon :hat
mav Jeopardise his ohar.ee of winning the
highest number of points. The accident
which resulted in his injury occurred while
ne was performing on the horizontal bars.
He lost his hold and In falling to the floor
stretched out his hand to save himself,
striking It sgalnst an Iron rod and cutting
gash In the palm of the right member
He was forced to leave practice, but said
he would be at work again tomorrow. The
wound Is not serious, but may be Jutt bad
enough to keep him front doing Ids best
work against the Minnesota and Chicago
men whom are. thought to be his chief
Hntnes for the meeting Saturday night
have been received end practically all ar
rangements have now been completed by
the local management for holding the
event. Nebnvaka's tenm will be composed
of l. C. Mitchell. H. O. Trump. C. W.
Mitchell. N. 11 Morehouse and O. O. Ham
mond. The composition of the: other four
teams will be as follows: Mlnnesots, Cal
loway. Nelson. L'szell. Baker and Ferns;
Wisconsin. L'llls, F. W. . Kdwnrds. M. R.
Paber, El T. Snlvely and A. E. Melnloke;
Chlcfkgo. O. N. Berndt, D. M. Kennedv, F.
Bartlett. P. Davis and I-1. Smtth;' Wash
ington. A. O. .Volte and D.. linger, v
The regular liat of events for which pon's
will be nwardi'd In the team nnd individual
contests is aa follows: Horizontal bars,
parallel bsrs. shto horse, tumbling, club
swinging and ring work.
A fencing contest and two wrestling
bouts will also be held. In Ihe fencing con
teat only Nebraska and Chicago will he
represented. In the wreatllng bouts Ne
braska. Washington and Chicago will have
men entered. There will be two wrestling
bouts one 145-pound class and one Im
pound class. Nebraska will have atrorfS
fni'n In each of these bouts and ought lo
stand a good chance of winning them.
HIGH SCHOOL IH KKT I.ANDKI)
Commercial Club Steps In and Hrtnga
It to Capital.
LINCOLN, April l5.-lSpcisl.) -The an
nual Intercollegiate high school track meajl
that was to- he held at Kearney this year
on account of the Inability of the state uni
versity to furnish the necessary funds, will
be held In Lincoln on Friday. May 14. In
former years the university had stood the
expenses of the meet, but the lack of re
sources this year made this lmpomlbln. Irfist
year there was a deficit, and Kearney
normal schools had made arrangements to
meet, tnis and pay the necessary outlay
of having tha meet
The Llmoln Commercial club ejus to the
rescue Thursday aJid through Its efforts
and that or A. A. Reed, the state high
chon! Inspei-tor. the meet ww brought
here. The Commercial club will pary tho
deficit of last year and eet some of the
expenses of the meeting this spring.
Last year more then twenty high schools
of tiie stat took part In the meet, and
1.200 students came to Lincoln that day.
CATCHER POWKR" MA V HRCOYICH
Condition Said ' by rhyaldan to Be
PIIlIADFJt.rHIA. April If.-The condi
tion of Catcher Powers of the Philadelphia
American league base hell club who under
went an operation yesterday for giiugroue
poisoning of the. Intestines Is Improved to
day and he has n good ohance for recovery,
in the early part nf the conical lielwenn
Boston and Philadelphia on Monday Pow
ers ran after a allfflcLilt foul ball and tho
Physicians say be probably hurt himself
In the action.
NEW YORK, April 16. Jimmy" Coff
roth, manager of the Co I ma Athletic club,
who yesterday matched "Jack" Johnson
and Stanley Ketchell for a fight, will leavs
today for Chicago, where he will meet Bat
tling Nelson and "Packey" McFarland to
morrow to secure their signatures for a
forty-five round bout at Coluia on July 4.
Grlflln-Yaticer Boat Postponed.
NEW YOllK'. April 16. The ten round
bout between Charley Griffin, the Austra
lian champion und Benny Yanprr of Chi
cago which was to have been fought at
the Whirlwind Athletic club tonight, bus
been postponed for a week.
Quick Action for Yo-r Money You gat
that by using The Bee advertising columns.
Hotel St. Francis
The center entertainment in the city that entertains
HE GREAT PORTOLA FIESTA to bo told la 8am
Francisco next October will center la Union Square,
the plat that face tha St. Franclg In tho heart of
tho city, grounded by the fashionable club, shops
and theaters. Around this park the fetvst of flowers,
the processions of cavaliers and bull fighters, the crowds of
girls with flowers in their hair and men with sombreros, the
gorgeous Japanese and Chinese illuminations at night, com
bine with countless other features to create the most brlllllant
spectacle to be seen In the New World.
The three-winged Hotel St. Francis represents the largest
hotel Investment in the West tnd the farthest advance of
science in hotel service. Upon etmpletlon of the Post Street
annex, it will become the largest otel la the world.
Under the Management of James Woods
BAHMOOT EASY FOR GOTCH
Clminpi.on Throw the " Buljarim
Wrestler ia Straight Fall.
FOREIGNER BADLY OUTCLASSED
First Pall Wan la Eight Mtantes and
gerond la Xlne, bat with
Crotch and Half-Aebioa
CHICAGO, ArU IS. -Frank Ootoh of
Humboldt. Is., s-joceeded In retaining his
title to tin world'a ehamploTiahtp Wednes
day, defeating Tuif.f Mahmout of Bulgaria
tn a fast and furious match. Tho much
touted Bulgarian waa a a child tn the
hands of his opponent. Ootch won both
falls sritii erotrtj and half-Nelson holds In
' eight and nine minutes ten seconds. The
victory of the champion Is all the more
l notable Inasmuch as he did not uae his
famous toe hold In bringing about the
; downfall of the powerful foreigner. Ootch
was able to secure most anr hold he oe
slred. so limited waa tha Turk' knowledge
of the game. The match waa fast and
exciting from the tlmo tha men entered the
ring. It wag so short that thera was pot
a single Idle moment during tha two falls.
It waa estimated there were 12,000 people
In the pavilion. Every available seat was
filled. According to tho promoters, the
aggregate receipts amounte to S3S.00O. It
exceeded tha attendance at tho Ootch
Hackenschmtdt match last April by several
Mahmout ivrestled' barefooted, but It
cost him an extra $j00. Gotch protested on
the Bulgarian working without shoes, and
the Bulgarian and Pierre, his manager,
protested that he never had and . never
would wear shoes on a mat. The compro
mise waa a forfeit of IMO to Gotch by
Mahmout. It was conceded on both sides
that shoeless feet gave an advantage, but
not even this advantage counted for any
thing against Gotch.
Eugene Tremblay of Canada defeated
Ted Honneman of Chicago m straight falls
In the first preliminary match. Tho first
fall went to the Car.adlan grappler In
twenty-four minutes and thirty-two sec
onds on a headlock. The second fall was
easier for the winner, aa he was able to
pin tho Chlcag oan's shoulders to the mat
on a crotch and wrist lock In twelve
minutes and thirty-three seconds. Tho sec
ond preliminary, between Henry Oehrlng
of Cleveland and Charles Poatl of Buffalo,
was declared a draw tn order to hurry the
program. Gehrtng won the first fall on a
half-Nelson and crotch In tweuty-seven
.minutes and twenty-five seconds. In the
second fall the two men wrestled for
twenty-five minutes without either gaining
a decided advantage. Tha semi-final wlndup
between Fred Broil of Wisconsin and
Henry Ordeman of Minneapolis followed.
After the first fall of tho Ordeman
Beell bout was declared a draw tha ring
was cleared fur the big battle.
Gotch entered the ring at 10:16 and wao
greeted with cheers from the . tier after
tier of cJoeely - packed ' spectators.
Mahmout followed shortly after and re
ceived a rouslug welcome. Tho staff
photographer took possession of the
arena and after everybody had had his
picture taken decks went cleared for
action. Many celebrities of tha mat were
In the ring. Among these were "Farmer"
Burns, who wss Uotch's chief adviser;
Joe Rogers, HJalniMr Lund In. Ernest
Siegfried, the "German Oak; Ou
Schuayileln (Amertcus) and Dr. B. F.
Rollet- of Seattle.
The ring was finally cleared and Ref
eree Hd W. Smith, who was the third man
In the ring in the Gotch-Hackenxchmtdt
match, called the principals lo the cen
ter of the ring and gave them their final
liistructloiia It was 11 o'clock before
the big match began.
SAYS JKFF WILt FIUIIT JOH-ISO
Hagb Mcintosh Will neeelee Definite
Answer in Thirty Days.
NKW VOKK. April 14.Hugli D. Mc
intosh, the Australian promoter. who
i-ame to this city a few weeks ago. say
ing his principal object m to arrange
a fight between Jeffrie and Johnson
sailed today on the ateamcr MauretatiU
for Liverpool. He eiped to return
In a month.
'1 tun confident Johnson and Ja-ffrle
will fare each other In the ring," eaiJ
Mr. Mcintosh. "Johnson has been eer
for the fight for a long time and won't
back out. Jeffries haa promised to give
me sn answer within thirty days as to
whether hu will accept a proposition ti
Speaking of Clothes
Man in here yesterday said:
"I just want to say (his:
"I have bought clothes in Omaha for a
long time and have bought them of every
store in town. I've tried them all ami er.
.perienfcc has shown me that the clothes t
get at 'Tho Berg Clothing Co.' is far and
away ahead of anything I have been able
to find elsewhere.
"You sell more clothes than nnv one
eise in town, I'm sure you
stock and assortment.
"There is sure a newness and swellness .about the
garments you sell that other clothes don't have. Then
again I find you only charge a fair price."
This is the way that men who know this store speak
about it. '
Suits $10, $12, $15, .$18, $20, $22, $25,
$30, $35 and $40.
We've many exclusive styles that young men in par
ticular will appreciate. The older man, however, will
fare just as well. $2.00, $2.50, $3.00 and $3.50
are popular prices for some very popularhat stylos. ;
. SUSS i 7 II
? THE HOMK OF KUPPRKHKIMKR CLOTHtiN..
MANHATTAN SHIRTS; JOHN H. 8TKTSON HATS; il!AUANTKl-;i
KVKRWKAR HOSIKRV FOR MEN AND WOMKN; CARHART
WORK CLOTH KS. We Make Uniforms of Every Dr-Mt ription.
Yet Please Your Boy
XTRAGOOp clothes for boys in the long
run cost half what common clothes cost ;
For all XTRAGOOp trousers are lined,
and that doubles their wear. . t.
All XTRAGOOp 8U;t8 contain '.more,,
cloth than is customary. One result is, a
perfect drape. And the boys don't' but-".".,
grow the clothes. . , .....
. . , r.
Some pay the same price for scanty
clothes for unlined trousers suits that
last half as long. 1 v .
N The boys who wear XTRAGOon clothes
are the best-dressed boys on the street
You can pick them out a block away by
the style and the cut of the garments.
Ederheimer,Stein & Co.make XTRAGQOn
clothes for" boys. These famous tailors
devote all their skill to the young folks.
They make no clothes for old men at alL
They have created world-wide reputa
tion by pleasing mothers and boys.
We handle XTRAGOOp clothes to make
this the boys' store. And it is. Every
mother who knows will buy XTRAGOOp
clothes. And every boy who knows will
J. L. Brandeis & Sons
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Is it at a rrsmlum. nt par or at a dlsruunt? A man's linalth
is physically hla greatmt amiet, and rvirv nmn alioulal as
plro to prevent any deterioration. His pliyaicul valuation
aliould ueur be allowed lo full btlaiw par, aa In moat
Inxlancea it la a prime necessity, a nioxt valualli. asset and
paruuiount to anytlilnc lie can iiGnumx xi,.n .i,..,.i.i . v -
to the regular aanltary und hygienic luws of Ufa and formulate liatilts and
tastea niilch produce liealth, airenglli und vlaor and hove u tendency to maka
them cupable of atrenuoua and fcfflclenC
service lu every talk of life.
The man who wastes hla vitality and
Impairs hla health through uny ,of the
many cauaua lo which he may be sub
jected. luMera hla physical valuation and
hla earning capacity If he permits the
want, to go unchecked, and haa, therefore,
adopted a suicidal policy; for an evil mora
destructive tlian rare suicide is r.ico hoini
Ho may he coniDurcd lo the
who keeps checking; out iiiuni-y from
baiiK account, wiltiuul replcnlHhliiR It.
until It dwindles tu nothing and his check
Men w he liave d I creased from Nature's
Iniriiuutble luw should realize In time that
there Is sure to be a reckoning day. and
that the magnitude of their loss will then
b deplored, and with posailbly no chance
of retrieving it. Thlx riuefoi tun. has fall
en like the ahades of night uv.-r Many a
mun. blotting out his fairest years of hap
piness. Men gradually break down fro:n worry,
overwork, bereavnmcnt. lndlsrretiona and
kindred uumi. '''' "f rconomio walks of life men are overworked har
asaed and depressed In tha strucele for nin..ir. r.r ah. ........ ..
V wealth, as the case may be. They are
KCMiiu. as ino case may ne. i ney are driven physically anu mentally at
iifbsiire that must often weuken or Impair the health or terminate In a oliv
ml or menial breakdown. You may be able tn mak. u imr. , - i . '
iilnn U'tTMi k An fr tntr:tim asA k.-.-iti. - a . . .
load today by whipping it, hut how
beyond tlitr pliyi-toal tinJurance. all lmiplliil lv
motives. Our business Ih to divorce these men from their trouble and re
store them to a happy, healthful, vlaorous condition and increase thole uhvs-.
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must, to carry this immense
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about tomorrow? Mu a,.,Ml
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