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THK KKK: OMAHA. KJilDAY. AlMilL
Twelve Innings for Browns to Win; Chicago Is Best
BROWNS WIN IN KILRlKtNlll
ClereUhd Openi Setn at Home by
Losing Long Contest.
Standing of the Teams
ONLY SMALL CROWD PRESENT
NAT. LEAOl'E. AMF.R. LEAOl'E.
Blralatkia'i Fielding aad Clarke's
Battin. Art Fea tare tear
( Other names la
V) Detroit t 3
2 .W7 New ToTk....a I
2 .turn! Boston 4 3
3 .fto'St. Louis 3 3
3 .4v,( 'levels nd ..3 4
.37 Phils 3 4
4 .3SS Chlmgo 2 4
4 .las; Wash 2 5
AMERICAN ASHOC1AI ION.
Minneapolis S 2
Milwaukee 4 2
' ." Toledo 4 4
("LnlVELAND, April 22.-Cleveland a poat- u.naaa City 2 h
poned ' dpentn of the aeaaon was held tn. Paul : 2 6
today .only a small crowd being present. ,
mum m niv
St. Louis won In the fourteenth Inning on i ' ' . , .
. " . , , . . . . ... National League Boston at Phlladclnhia.
two baaea on balls, l.ajole s error and ler- Nw York f Brookyn Cincinnati at Pitts-
ri' sacrifice fly. - JoS -and ursnam were burg, Chicago at St. Louis.
knocked out of the box. Birmingham's
fielding, which twice saved the game, and
Clarke's batting were features. Score:
IT. LOCI. CLEVELAND.
B.H.O.A B B.H.O.A B.
Ston. It 4 t IBooO. rf . . . ilea
s erarnng. an... i
Ommall, lk. .. t 3 It
4 1 LaloJ. lb.... I I I )
IUM.ru. c t 4 li I
4 .Hlncbman, T 1 1
OLor. If i I 3 t
I Blrm'hin. cf. I I 0 I I
, S t a 1 OJos. P I 2 0
103 ORhoade. p .. 4 14
Jones. IS 4 14
Hantell, rf.. 1 t 1
rerrle. Ik.... 3 I
Hoffman. -. 0 r t
I'lllir. M .. 1 I
wiiimsm, 2k. t l
ifriger, e.,.. .. lot
1i kern. P
f avail, p.
American league St. Louie at Cleveland.
Detroit at Chicago. Washington at New
Tork. Philadelphia at Boston.
American Association Indianapolis at
Toledo. Louisville at Columbus. Kansaa
City at Milwaukee, 81. Paul at Mlnneap-olls.
GAMES IN "vATlOfAI. lEAOTE
Philadelphia Win fraaa Boston, Fear
PHI LA DEI PH1A. April 12 The Boston
team was defeated In, the opening game of
the local national leaaue season here to-
I dav hy 4 to 0. before a large crowil. Co-
Hits apportioned: T hits and 18 times ai on(1 or the vigltor, fot far , lnlr(,
bat off Joss, In four Innings; 8 hits and f i base. Ferguson was wild sod the ,,ome
times at bat off Rhoadea In ten innlgs; 10 playm., took advant4ge of nig pa8r9 by
hits and 23 rfhh,ir timely hits, in the seventh Inning Phlla-
flve nnlnsj hits and S3 times at bt off dpilla maatl two runa on t doBuble b
fl0!'' ' a, i -t fT h...T?t ! c rk' D-01". Covaleskl s single. Grant's sacrifice
47 Ullll I Toull it 1 4 '. I
0 0 0 9 0 40 00 1000-4
0 002020000000 2-0
CI n trirtMV innnunfuH t , n r. ..., rtf 'I I .1
il"i.Bl "uZ C Hrir. flv- Kr? n Ra''"' Hannlfan and Catcher Crist to
Stolen baee: Wallace. Double play: rer- J",J. ,V', ,
ring, Laijote. Btoval. Base on balls: Off PHILAOBLPH 1a B0"1 ' . -
Rhoades. : off Graham, 2. Hit by pitched I ., ,k ,. P " 1 s.
, nn...,. m m Vnaivp. II , I ,, v
hall: By Graham, 1. Left on bases: Cleve
land. 14; St. Louis. 11. Struck out: By
Uhoades, 3; by rOaham. 1; by Powell,
Wild pitch; Rhoadea. Time: 3:U0. Umpires:
U Loughlln and Kerln.
Sew Yark Beats Washlagtn.
NEW TORK, Aiprll 22.-Tlie New Tork
Ataerteans making their first home -appearance
of the season today, defeated
Washington by a, acore of S to 1. The visit
ors were unable to bunch hita on Qulnn,
while the home players were able to make
their ssfetles count. Smith was found for
five hits In the third, which, with a pass,
netted the locals rive runs. Kngle led In
batting, with a single, a double and a home
run, his four-baggir being one of the long
est drives ever made on the grounds.
N31W TORK. WASHINGTON.
B.H.O.A.B. B. H.O.A E.
cf.'. .... I 2 fCl.fiMr, rf ... S a J 0
eOsnler, cf.... J
t'ofltuk. If... 4
Sconroy, sb... 4
KhIw, rf ... 4 I I
Blk-rl, lb. I I
Brill, It 4 I t .
MfCsnnsll, tb 4 1 It
l.orte, Ik.. 4 1 2
Knlfhi, m ... 1 1
Klklnow. a... Ill
Uuina, I 1
1 Ftman, lb.. 4 S 1:1
MrBrldt, I S I
0 8trl. e I 0 II
V Smith, f 9 1 0
waa at freezing point enrty In the day.
The game will start at 3.. p. m.. with
Mayor Lawler In training to throw the first
GtMIC IS AMERICA ASSOCIATION
l.oalstllle Wins from tola as has la
COI.I.MBrS. O., April S2. In a game of
hlah quality, the Columbus club opened Its
home season this afternoon and suatalned
Its eighth straight defeat by a score of 1
to 0. Both of the Louisville runs, for which
Dunleavv mmle a start with a double were
ecored In (he thirteenth Inning. Several
times In the regular Innings a long fly
would have given either side the lead. In
the eleventh Columbus had runners on
third and aecond with none out. Score:
PA HAS OPTION UN KANE
Ctn Get Him or Another Big Leaguer
OTHEE MAN'S NAME KEPT SECRET
B.H.O A K
l'ui.lesvy. cf. I
Woodruff, .lb. I
rflhtnly, If. I
Lsndreth, rf.. I
Ulton. :b ..... I
Ournlan, n . I
Htishea, c. . . . 4
hik. p ..... I
4 1 0 OO'Rourke. i
0 11 10dwll. cf.
8 I 0 O.tmmes. c...
ft It 1 OKrvser, It.
1 4 OMIII.r. lb.
t I IWH. Sb
0 111 Wrlsler. 3b.. I
0 0 4 JOoodwia. p..- I
Tottli 44 30 14 4 Totsla 4S 7 1
Hugea out, hit by his own batted ball.
Columbus 0 0 00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O 0
Louisville 0000000000 0 0 22
Stolen I asea: Kruger, Dunleavv. Wood
ruff. Hughes. Pacriflce hlta: Odwell. Con
galuoti. Miller. Woodruff (3i. Sacrifice fly:
Delehantv. Baaea on balls: Off Goodwin,
2; off Hoc-g, 4. Two-base hits: Cdwell,
Congalton, Dunleavv, Delehanty. Struck
out: By Goodwin. "; by Hoggs. 3. Wild
pitch: Goodwin. Time: 2.17. Lmpl'-e: King.
Ratrhera Beat Brrtters.
MILWAUKEE. April 53. A lucky home
run over the right field fence by Neigh
bora, with two men on bases In the third
gave Kansas City an easy victory over the
home team todav.' Swann was a pusxle In
the pinches, while Manske was wild and
was- followed by; McGlynn in the fourth.
B H.O.A C
R H.O.A. K.
Shannon, rf. . I 1 4
llallmM, rf 2 I 0
Naishbon. It I
tlrVlr. lb.. 4 2 It
Kriba, 2b. .. 4 1 1
Tltui. rf I 1
Maiae. It . .. 4 I 1
Branitleld. lb 1 0 14
Oaborna. rf. ..ISO
Doolan. at.... I 1 0
fjnoin. 4 I I
Coralaakla, . I 1 I
4 0Ba.kar, rf 4
0 0 Baaumont, cf. 4
il Bc. lb I
5 ORIlobey, 2b. .. 4
A OPahlan. aa.... I
1 OMinllh. I
1 Osweanev. 3h. . I
4 0ts!uoti, p. . I
total Tt 7 27 II 0 TotaH 30 4 24 10 1
Ph'lartelphla 0 0 O 0 0 1 2 1 4
Boston 0 0 000000 0-0
Two base hits: Dooln, Knabe, Dahlen.
Sacrifice hita: Bransfleld, Osnorue, Grant,
Bates. Stolen base: Mngee Double pirns:
Dooln and Bransfleld; Ferguson and Smi'.h.
Left on bases: Philadelphia, 8; Boston. .
First base on balls: Off Covaleski. 3; off
Ferguson. 6. First on erros: Philadelphia,
.': Hit by pitched ball: By Ferguson, 1.
Struck out: By Covsleski. 6; by Pert-uson,
1. Time: 1:44. 1'mpives: Johnstone and Cu
aack. 1st Yark Defeats Brooklya.
BROOKLYN, N. Y.. April Jg Twenty
five thousand spectators saw the season
opened here today, New York defeating
Brooklyn. S to 5, In a game marked by
i 0 I hard hitting and plenty of errors. Ground
4 0 rules, allowing two buses for a hit Into
Urn ling. 3b
Totals 31 I 27
Two-base , hits:
ORobinaoa. . I
(i ORnrrv. rf ... I
0 ORandall. cf . . 4
1 OMciitnn. lb.. 3 ft 11
i ociark. h 4 i I
1 OMerorm'k. 2b 4
T Hvjlllna. If. .. 2
1 6 tlnatmer. o. . I
2 OManak. p 1
- McGlynn, p i
,.. 0 0 0 0 0
..0 0 8 0 1
3 7 "7 li 0
0 10 01
0 0 0 04
' I rlarhf tMM watt ar t-k we.4 t ml ntw (a ihn
.,7t, s tiv ' Tu" 50 ' ,3 0 I encroachment of the crowd. The home
Washlngten 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0-1 , team looked like sure winners urtl! the
New York 0 0 3 0 2 0 0 1 '8 ! seventh whn Alperman made two misplay.
Two-base hits: Klelnow. Deiehsnty, Erj. ! which with three hits and two pssses,
gle. Home run: Engle. Sacrifice hit: Ga.lt- J put the visitors la the lead. Murray's home
ley. stolen base: Llymer. Left on bases:
Washington, 6; New York, 1. Double plays:
McBrtde to Freeman; Qulnn to McConnell
lo Enberfeld. Knight U LaDorte to Mc
Connell. Struck out: By Qulnn. 2; by Smith,
i run drive over the right field fence In
the eighth clinched the victory Ames was
I relieved In the alxth by Wtltse. Score:
Nflw YORK BROOKLYN.
2. Baae on balls: Off Qulnn, 1; off Smith, i Heraoi. If ... t o o o OBurrb. If 4 1 2 o 0
2. Hit by pitched ball: By Smlih. 1: by ' rioyle, 2b ! I 3 4 lAlparman, 2b 4 1 13 4
4uinn, a. umpirea; nurst ana &vans. Timt; '"'. rr.... t
1:40, Taiinav, lb... 4
Phllattelakla Blaaka Bastaa. 1'"'' b ' ' s
' BOSTON, April 22.-McConneH's er. or In ! Brt4waii. ." 3
the eighth Inning, followed by a sacrifice Smiai, t I
And two timely hits, allowed Philadelphia Ann, a ;
to acore the only run of a pitchera' batuo , '""wmick .. i
between Coombs and Morgan today. The
termer was wild, but very ecrectlve with
men -on baaea. Wagner made a great atop
In the eighth that saved a run. Score;
B.H.O.A.B B.H.O A. S
,130 OHtConnall, !bl 4 1 I I
Ogtahl, lb, ...
0 Wagner, at..
0 Morgan, p...
0 OHummall, aa. 3 t 1 a 0
1 OSabrlng. cf... 4 0)00
0 Ol.umlav, rf.'.. 4 1 I it I
1 fl Jordan, lb. ... 3 t 14 ft 0
4 OLMinoi, 3o..l 3 0 13 0
i OlWirn. c 4 " I t 0
l zwilhslm, p
0 0Kuua .1
.30 II f, 14 3
3 3 13 0
ii 3 27 14 3
Batted for Aipea in seventh.
Batted for Wilhelm In ninth.
New York 0 1 0 1 0 1 4 1
Brooklyn 0 2 10 0 2 0 0 06
Twto bfce hits: O'Hara. Alperman. Home
run: Murray. Hits: Off Ames. I In S'X
Innings. Sacrifice hits: O'Hara. Jordan,
Lennox (2). Stolen bases; Lennox Double
plays: Doyle to Brldwel to Tennev. l-eft
on bsses: New York. 8: Brooklyn. 6. Tiaoe
on balls: Off Ames, 2: rff Wilhelm,' S.
Tenia 31 4 13 14 0 Totall.
tiou(brty. It 3 4
Ibll. tb. .... 3 1 iO
ij-vatb, cf... 3 4) 8
At. Jb 4 1 1
Pwrnt. .... 4 3 0
Sullivan, a... 4 1 "
Hulltvan. c... 4 1 T
Tafinanill, lb 4 3
rswn. cf ... I
Kan, ef 3
Shsckara. If.. I
Chaor.. lb... 4
Steiifaldt, 3b 4
Ho'roan, rf. . . 4
rimarraan. lb 4
Moran. c 4
Ovtrall. p.... l
Rrosrn. p. . . . 1
Neadhim ... 1
I (Brne, Sb.... 1 1 1
i ' Fbae. cf 4 1 2
0 OBfiuaban, c II i
0 tl Konwchv. lb. X I t.'i
5 0Fvin. rf 4 1 2
1 (illalebanlv. If. 1 1
1 OKnrljhf, ta
2 OSillar. p....
0 i Total
oil trrois: New Yo'k. 4: Brook
24 1 17 17 4 Ivn X Hlriirk nut: Bv Ames 4: hv Wllhclm
Philadelphia 0 0 0 0 0 o o 1 01 I I. Time: 2:t0. Cniplree: Rlgler and Truby.
Bl,'on " 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 ftl Defeat Cardinal..
Tka&A Waaa kit . t1 ...... 1 . o J . . . . 1 I 1
Moraan Murnhv Cnamha ami.,, SI. IJJl IS. April J2. rlie Chlcano Ni-
a!,.. - r,.. 2M rb5.ft?: Honal league team won the Inaugural game
r,i-w, ri.Vrfl.V . i ' rr,. " of the seaaon from the St. Louis team at
, -"' iu awiu. ucii i'm uair.
Boaton, 6; Philadelphia. 10. First base en
balls : Off Morgan, 3; off Coombs, (. First
base On errors: Philadelphia, 2. Hit by
pitched ball: By Coombs, 1. Struck out:
By Morgan, 7; by Coombs. 7. Time: 2;0B.
Craplrea: Connolly and Egan.
White Baa Defeat Tigera.
CHICAGO. April 22.-The Chicago Ameri
cana opened their local aeaaon today by
beating Detroit, 8 to 1. Smith, who pitched
well, won the game with a alnglo that
scored twe of the three runs in the eighth.
Cobb made a great catch of TanneliiU's
long fly In the second. Score:
B.H.O.A.B. B.H.O. A. 11.
Haka, rf 3 0 0 0 OMclntyr. If.. 4 1 1 u 0
su. aa a s 0 4 0
0C-rawfr4. ef.. 4 3 0
S OCobb. rf 4 0 1 0 (
3 OHououn. Ik.. 4 t 13 0 0
1 0 Morlsrily, lb. 4 1 I 2 0
1 ISoha.far. :k.. 1 0 1 1 0
1 lScbmiat, .... 4 100
1 1WIIIIL p. ... I 0 0 a 0
" Tsiai 12 3 34 IS 8
T.U1 30 I 31 3
Detroit 0 0 0 0 1 01
Chicago 000003 1
Sacrifice hlta: Schaefer, Hahn. Cravath.
Stolen bases: Ubell '. Schaefer. Hahn
Off Manske, 2 in three Innings; orf Mc
Glvnn, 8 In six Innings. Sacrifice hits:
Hallman (2i. Stolen buses: Beckley. Double
play: Cross. Live to Beckley. Ift on
bases: Milwaukee. 10: Kansas City. 7.
Hasps on hulls: (rff Manske. 4: off Mc
Glynn. 2: off Swann, 8. Hit by pitched ball:
McGann, Hosteller. HtrucK out: y
Manske. 4; by McGlynn. ; by Swann, 7.
Time: 2:10. empire: Sullivan.
Millers Blaak. Salat.
ST. PAUL. April 22. The American as
sociation season here .ss ripened today,
Minneapolis defeating !t. Paul. 1 lo 0.
Although the weather w cold there was
a large crowd and both uns played fine
ball. Hall and Otoerlln .h. rr;ehed good
ball. Two singles ami a fielder's cnoh e
rfve Minneapolis the only run of the
game in the second Inning. Score:
MINNEAPOLIS. ST. FAt'
B.H.O.A.R B.H.O. A C.
Oylr. Rr i ft 2 1 0Ovla, rf 4 ft 0 0 0
Down, .lb ... 4 0 I I DAmb iur, rf 4 I I I 0
O'Neill. If. .. 4 I 0 OMurray. If.... 3 0 10 0
Rdmou'a'n, rf I 1 0 0 OKlvnn lb 2 0 11 0 0
Plrkerlns. rf. I 0 1 1 1 Flood. Sh 4 ft 4 0
I'nlllna. 3b. .. I 1 I t 0'rlah. c I 116 0
Wheeler, lb.. 2 1 12 4 ri ocl.in. lb. 3 ft 0 3 0
block, c I A 4 0 I B-n, aa 8 1 t 1 0
trlm. p.... 3 0 2 1 ('Nee. aa 0 0 0 0 0
flail, p 3 1 0 1 0
Tot la 27 I I' i . 'Hoey 0 0 0 0 0
. Tom, : 4 n io o
Batted for Bean In the eighth.
Minneapolis . . .
. . .0 1 0 ft 0 0 0 0 0 1
...00000000 0 0
Collins. Sacrifice hits:
Stolen base: Flynn.
Wheeler to Oterlln:
Wheeler to Collins. Left on bases: .St.
1) .... I r. , i; ., it-.... ..M k.n.,
i a,,,, ,,, miiniiaui'iiB, i',r, 11,1 nana.
Off Ha;l. 1. , Struck out: By Hall, it: by
tmerlln, . I'asse.t hall:. Block. Time
1 : 641.- Umpires: Mayes and Conahan.
Teasa Is RoaaOlag lata Form to Open
tke Seaaoa at Beaver J. Peek
Sharp Haa Also Arrived
Pa Enigma Rourks has returned from hit
"I have an option on Jimmy Kane of
Pitlaburg and another man In aight In
case I do not get Kane. The team will
certainly have a new first baseman when
It goes west to open the seaaon at Denver."
This la the statement Pa. made on his
rrlval. He declined ta say outright that
he had or had not actually bought Kane,
but let It go at saying he had the option.
Nor would he tell who the other player
he haa In sight wss. He's a big leaguer
and that is as far aa your papa will go
with you at present
Incidentally. It may be added that J.
Peck Sharp Is supposed to have returned
with Pa, but thus far has not shown up
around any of the players.
It may be stated once and for all Autrey
will not come back to Omaha. Of course
that 'has been pretty well settled for some
days. Clark Griffith waa no such chump
as to let him pro for the price he had to
pay Rourke. He paid the price and kept
Claire, the Omaha boy who has been play
ing first in the practice games for Omaha,
has done good fielding, but lacks a little
at the bat. But his friends Insist he al
ways warms up slowly at the bat every
season and that If Pa will give him a longer
trial he will make good. They are urging
Pa to do this
The new-pitchers are rounding to In fine
form. Ixiwer and Rice are developing Into
Cadman Is getting on nicely and Is anx
ious to get back in the game, but he will
have to be patient and take his time for a
WRIGHT WINS FROl JACKSOX
San Franelseo Bllllardlst Takes Mgkt
Game In Amateor Toarnep.
NEW YORK, April 23.-By a score of 4n0
to 300 Harry ,A. Wright of San Francisco
won the fourth game of the national ama
teur 18.2 billiard tournament from Clarence
Jackson of Chicago at the German Lleder
krani dub tonight.
Both men played steadily, but the Cali
fornia showed the piettier billiards. His
stroke was free and fast, but toward the
close he failed on a couple of easy shots
which, had he mads them, would have
given him a commanding average.
In hi sixteenth Inning Wright gave the
spectators a treat in all-around table play.
Interspersed with periods of nursing which
strengthened the opinion of the experts
that he is the king pin of the tournament
Jackson Improved on his previous worn
In the tourney and made a more than
creditable showing. Tomorrow afternoon
Jackson and' M.iyer will meet and the
evening game will be between Conklin and
Mlal. The score:
Wrlght-0, 7. W, 3, 1, 4, -M. 20. 0. 0. 0. 36,
41, 13, 0. 82. 36, I. 13. U. 0. 27. 26. 1. 1, 21, 3
4. Average, 14 21-27. High runs. S2. 41. 36.
Jackson 7, 6. 11. 4. 1. 11, 4, 15. 8 S3. 4,
1. 7. IS. 22. 7,. J. -JH. 21, , 0. 0. 14. . , 7 -300.
Average, !1 3-27. High runs, is, 29, 22.
NEBRASKA CITY . BK ATS PKRC i BKLI.E I E SECOND ME.V WIV
Monster Crowd Wllnesaea Contest on
NEBRASKA CITY, Neb.. April 22.
(Special iTelegrain.) A monster crowd
was present thin afternoon to watch thu
first game of ball of the season between
Sophomores' Defeat Freshmen hy
Score of TO to 211.
The annual Rrllevue interclass track
meet, held Thursday, resulted In a victory
for the sophomores. The seniors and
Juniors were out of the rare entlr,lv unrl
the Boosters of this city and the Peru the rivalry between the sophomorea and
Normal school team. It was one of tho , freshmen was Intense. The sophomores
.11 37 11 4
ft 5 0- 7
34 10 27 I
Bstted for Overall in eighth.
Batted for Bailee in nlnih.
Chicago 0 0 0 2
St. Louis 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 t 03
Two-base hlta: Moran (2). Hita: Off Ov
erall, 6 In seven Innings; off t.iuwn, 2 In
two inning. Sacrifice hits: Tinker. Over
all. Stolen tiasn: Stelnfeldi, Dele'najity.
Double play: Kvans to Charles. Left on
bases: St. Louis, 6: Chicago. 4. Bases on
balls: Off Overall. S. Struck out: By Sal- I plans.
iee. i; oy urown. a; oy overall, 7. Wild
pitches: Overall 2. Time: l:tr. Umpires:
O'Day and Kinslle.
Pltlshnra; Lose Exciting Game.
PITTSBURG, April S.-Tn.- National
best (tames ever played In this city, last
ing for twelve Innings and was won hy
an error on the part of the visitors. The
acore which they secured was on an
error on the part of the pltclSr of the
local team In the first inning Many
feature plays were made by both teams
during the game. Ttie score:
Boosters 00000001 000 12
Peru 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01
Batteries: Peru. Stepfiens and Cartney;
Nebraika City, stahl and Baker, em
JOHN-V.Y EVERI TO PLAY BALL
Star Second Baseman Will Join the
Cabs April SO.
CTHCAGO, April 22. -Johnny Evans, the
great second baseman of the Chicago Na
tionsla, will Join that club April 30, ac
cording to a telegram received today by
Manager Frank. L. Chance. During the
winter Kvers decided he wanted to take a
long reat and announced he would not join
the team until Juno 15 and that pesslbiy
he might not pUy at all during the pres
ent season. To failure of the "Cubs' to
get a good start and the repeated en
treaties from bis teammates have evidently
caused Bvera to make a change in hU
Double play: Smith, Ats to Isbell. Left I league aeason was opened locallv todav
on bases: Detroit. 7: Chicago, 10. Bate with an exciting game at Kxvoaitlon park,
on balls: Off Wlllett. 4: off Smith. 2. Cincinnati defeating Pittsburg hv a s. orA
Hit by pitched ball: By Wlllett. Hahn and , of 7 to 4, thus advancing into first place.
Tannehiil. "struck- out: By wuieit. 4: uy : ovur
Smith, 7. Time: 1:45. empire: Perrlne.
B.H.O. A E.
4 0 4 0 0
Huacln. 2b. .6 1 1 1 0W. Miller, cf.
I uai.as. cf tie eLaaxn. lb 4 3
rwin, ir... a a urvarbeau, Sb . I 0
Lubn. 3b.... 13 3 octark. If 4 3
Mitchell, rflk 110 0W(ntr, ...! l
Morr. ... 1 4 IJ.MIlUr, lb . 4 1
HobltlKll. lb 4 3 0 0 Abstain, lb... 4 0
Brbr. rf... 1 0 0 0 Owilaoo, rf.... 4 ft
M-Ln. o I I I 1 OOlbaoa. c I II
Being, p 4 0 I I 0Brani)om pin
' Hyatt i t
Total 4114 27 13 ll-eifi.ld p .... l i
. Akbatlctila .1 1
CRBEIGHTOIT DEFEATS BELLE Y I B
Sreree Amassed In Early laalag Tell
Crelghlon's nine took a hard fall out of
the Bellevue team Thuraday afternoon.
Hosing the ninth luulng with a acoie of I
Cralghton played exceedingly good ball,
the battery and fleidera allowing good
coaching and experience. Ragged playing
by Bellevue In the flrat two Innings gave
Crelghton lta scores and' Bellevue was un
able to even- tt up. The losers show the ef.
feels of four first year men In oceaalotial
ragged work and lack ef confidence. How
ever, after the first three innings. Creigh
ton at no time was crowding the Bellovue
itaa. Ohman. bad the batters pretty much at
his aneroy. But as usual, he pitched better
ball rn the ninth- Inning than In the first.
Fer Crelghton, Lotx pitched fully as good
hall as the much praised 1anagan. who
went In at the sixth timing. Tue outfields
played perfect bail for both teams, making
no errors and dong some splendid fielding.
Twice with men on bases and no one down
tt looked like a sure score for Bellevue.
but men died on the bases. Racely ahowed
decided lrnprovemant and made the only
tnree-oaee mi. unman waixea one nun, OAHBI
Lots. one and Lanagan none. Thla Is the
first time In three yeara that. C 'reighion ! '
and Bellevue have met on tue. diamond. I Omaha IMaya All. Star Team far 1.
tney piay again in omana May :p. Belle- i
vu plays the unuaiia leaguera Saturday
HANS WAOXER IP FOR SPEEDING
. ' ' TeUI lb 17 11 I
'Batted form Brandom In sixth.
Baited for Lelfleld In ninth.
Pittaburg ; 1 o 0 0 0 1 0 2 04
Cincinnati 0 0 2 I n 0 0 w t 7
Two-base hit: lach. Three base hits:
Wagner, Mitchell, paakeru Hlta: Off Bran
dom, lu In five Inning; ntf lelfleld. (S In
four Inning. Sacrifice fly; Wagner. I'tolon
bases: W. Miller, Clarke, J. Mliltr. Hug
gliis (2). Double play: Leach to Absleui;
tawing (unassisted;;. McLean ta Hobiitzel.
I f r ,,n HuuA. Dlu.l.., r u . . i ,
Basea on balls: Off Brandom. 2; off -Lei- !
neid. 3; off Lwlng. 2. First base on errors:
Pittsburg. 1; Cincinnati. L Hit wltn pitched
bill: W. Miller. Struck out: Bv Brandom,
1; by fcwlng. 2. Passed ball: McLean. Time:
2:14. empires: Klem and Kane.
Famona Baiter Ran In hy Chicago
Policeman While In Anto.
PITTSBURG. April 22 Hsns Wagner
must have thought he was trying to make
a home run from the spe-d lie was snowing
with his big automobile in Grant boulevard
yesuprday, ancordlna ti Policeman Bender.
Charging him with speeding at the rate of
forty miieis an hour. Bender today made
Information against the champion batter
( ; and a summons waa served on him for a
a j hearing tomorrow morning. The time was
t ; fixed for the morning an that Wagner ntetl
0 ; nut be kpt out of a gam.
j Datea for Poatpoaed Game.
I NBW YORK. April 22. John Hevdler,
0 t aciiuii president of the National league.
1 m.lv Mnnonnce,! lha dates when foup
" 0 saints Drevented by rain would be played
off. The New York and Brooklyn teams
will play nff tneir postponed gams of April
14 on the Polo grounds on June 38. The
New York end Philadelphia rluba will meet
on May 2K In thla city and thus erase from
the records the postponement of April 20.
Chicago and Pittsburg will plsy In Chicago
on'May 2 and St. Iajult in Cincinnati on
May 20. these games taking the place of
the contest ecneduled for April 18 and
tu. In every tae doable header will be
necary in oriler, to get rid of the post
j?onenenis. . - '
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t -anagaft, rf-p 4 X
Murray, t. . 4 1
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r Keilay, . ?
KenneSy, a. ., 0 0
lli. p 3
Burn, rf 1 0
taugka-ty . 1
Brodrgtaard Crowe Ready.
The Brodegasrd Crowns' lisve re-organised
practically of the same ineinbeis as
last year. A good record -waa made by tins
team last yenri out ef twsnty-threa games
played, it lost but file. The Crowns wojld
like lo play a practice gtme or iwo before
tliey opn their rei-uiar season and are
now ready to boos bom practice anu regu
lar game T-.ey want a practice game for
alitate'a Sake. I Sunday. Address conimu'i'i lion to ueorga
.,. .. j ... ... , , .1 Ltnik-y. Composing Rocm. Omaha Bee, or
umgli.i and an all-star lucal amatehr .. r..j . i iil. h..rl
team will play at Vinton .tree., park Kri- r theB. r. Clothing Zo 7nSuf team.' tK
ere iii'i i
Sending Worry to the Attic
WHAT do you really know about your clothes
until you get them on, completed?
In a custom shop you see only a basted c oat
even at the last "fitting."
You do not see the finished clothes until they reach
This has occasioned many exasperating moments in
your life unless you are a mild mannered man.
Stein-Bloch have sent all this to the attic.
It is ended forever.
They employ designers who command remunera- ,
. . tion that few if any retail tailors could afford to pay '
cutters of note tailors better than your tailor can
Regardless of where you live, Stein-Bloch clothes
offer you a wider range of good fabrics, a more authori- .; . r
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tailor below the $75 or $80 grade can show.
These clothes are offered to you finished, at the best
clothier's in your town. You see them on yourself
before you enter into any obligation for their purchase.
Tme labbl ik avrav cost is svinsnch
of j Tsaaa or kmowino now
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the next annual meet. Quite a number of
men are in line for the medals. Those with
the best scores so far are Weirlch. Thomp
son. McKlnney, W'ood. Howard and Sears.
Krlday'a meet will also decide the team
to represent the school In contest the fol
lowing week with Bellevue and Kansas
City a week later.
SCORES AMONG THIS HOWLERS
Peoples Store o. 1 Wins Two Gnmea
In the Summer league last night n the
Association alleys, the Peoples Store Team
No. 1 won two games from the Cudahys,
both teams bowling excellent games.
Matthes and Abbott tied for high single
with 224. and Matthes had high total. To
night the Peoples Store No, 2 and Paxton
At Vefrlllngs. Score-
PEOPLES STORE NO. 1
Ijtndon 215 162 IRS WU
Abbott m 174 2'.'4 537
Bengle 181 152 214 648
488 623 1,4
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I irae.er, lk .
1 Martin, lk
1 Rarely, rf.
4 Moor, af
iuesta. p. .
0, 7otaia ...
4 l 1 t Bav'I:B luetltuie a new building fund Tho ; pivaniHw
41)0 0)rtire receipt will go to this fund and the r '
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Ik 4 1
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0 indications are that a 1m ge crowd Will
I turn out.
won. however, by a large margin, mukina
a tetaj of seventy points to twenty-two for
The surprising feature of the day was the
victory of Slnael In both the 100 and 220
yard dashes over Racely, on whom Bellevue
had confidently based lta hopes of victory
In the state meet. Racely, however, was
decidedly weak and not In condition; so,
while Sinsel Is a coming man. Racely may
maintain hia place as Bellevue'a sprinter.
Enfield took the shot put from Curtis by
a small margin, and this was also a sur
prise. The meet with Doane is but two weeks
off and Improvement Is needed In all lines
before victory ran be accured. The hurdles
were not run, owing to lack of time. Sum
maries: 100 yard dash: Sinsel, freshman, list;
Racely, sophomore, second; Mohr. junior,
third. Time: 0:10H.
Discus: Primrose, sophomore, first;
Curtis, freshman, second: Bolster, academy,
third. Distance: 101 feet inches.
220-yard daah: Sinsel. freshman, first;
Racely, sophomore. second; Primrose,
sophomore, third. Time: 0:24.
High Jump: Enfield, sophomore, first;
Brandt, sophomore, second; Junks, acad
emy, third. Height: 6 feet 4 Inches.
Half-mile run: Primrose, sophomore,
flrat; Johnson, academy, second; Adcock,
sophomore, third. Time: 2:15.
Pole vault: Brandt and Templln. sopho
mores, tied for first; Sinsel, freshman,
third. Height: 10 feet.
Shot put: Enfield, sophomore, first: Cur
tis, freshman, second: Brandt, sophomore,
third. Distance: 36 feet.
Broad Jump: Prlmroae. eophomore, firal;
Racely and Brandt, sophomores, tied for
second and third. Distance: 18 feet 8
Hammer throw: Rice, eophomore, first;
Barry, eophomore, second: Curtis, iresh
msn. third. Distance: 106 feet.
440-yard daah:- Ptimrose, sophomore,
first; Jenks. freshmsn, second; Robinson,
academy, third. Time: 0:5.
Mile run: Atwater, sophomore, first;
Swanson, sophomore, second; Edmunds,
academy, third. Time: 6:10.
GL'N CLl'B WORK IS Rl SHE'D
If Weather la Favorable .ew Homo
Will Be Completed First af Jnne.
Moving of the present buildings of the
Omaha Rod and Gun club to make room
for the new club house haa atarted ami
If the weather permits will be rushed.
The new building will be started as soon
ss the old ones sre out of the wsv and
it Is hoped to have It completed by
In the meantime work la being pushed
on aaveral new conveniences that will
add to the pleaaure of the club members
thla summer. The old boat dock is be
ing extended and a new dock is belni
built to provide space for the new boats
which will anchor at the club hou.c.
Twentv-five new steel rowboats have
been received and will be launched within
a few davs. Beaidea these a number of
new private ' launches and sallboata will
utilize the new docks.
Half a doaeri new bungalowa ate alao
HIGH SCHOOL sTeET OX FBJDAT
laterelaas Conteet to Be Held nt Rod
nnd Gnn Clnb.
The annual field meet of the Omaha High
yhon.1 will t, held at the Rod and Gun
club ground Friday afternoon. Thla event
Total 47b 548 496 1.617
Coming home to their own alteye brought
an advantage of ten pin. It looks as If the
Metx Bros. . team would win the city
championship from the Rangers, as they
hsve been getting 2.8U0 games in nearly
every' match. However, ten pine Is sn un
certain game and they may not win. It
is no cinch they will play on the Omaha
league alleys tonight.
J 7 J W
T. a. P I 11 0 0
Batted for Lots in suiti.
I: haalvsirk Moaamenl laeelled.
Omshs Will pjt .trong tram on ihe NEW YORK. April 2.-.-A monument o Been in. oig ,"""V .er since It wai
field and the amateur, will da tneir beat, the memory of t:.. lit. Henry Cnadwick. ear in school circles ever since H was
I whi.b meana something ai.ong. also. 'known as tue "fsli-.fi- of Uaja hall was ,n-;''i. 1 h. r-urMnted bv three
Ti,e Uuatcel L nioa baud will be on hand unv.ucd todav o.er his grave in Green- Lach du. will be "7nlJ!h 7tn
to helD the sun warm un thln.a 1 wuod emeiery. Brouklyn. Pre. dent 1 men in each svent. contests
to ne.p in. unmuPJbln. , Jle. tobetta of the Brooklyn base ball I the mile run, shut put. high hurdles, low
ST. PtrL HKHIH thk mm I PHI 1 r Nil w aa T:a:er of cernmnnli a Many hurdlea, 100-yard dash. 0-yard dasli. d.a-r-ATL
MEETS THE MILLERS cluo wa. r f Jf ,hrow ; ault First, second
I v , . , ,. ...... -, ,u.. ,ki,4 n will Mim 3 and 1 as
Champion Wrestler Has Given Cp
lden of Becoming; Fighter.
BOONE, la., April 22. Frank Gotch,
champion wrestler of the world, said to
dav through his matjearr. Em!! Klank,
I hat he had given up all idea of ever en
tering the pugilistic ring.
High School Invitation Meet.
IOWA CITY. Ia.. April 21 (Special.)
Many responses have been received by
Msnager Mark Catlin for the Invitation
high achool meet to be held May 15 umlor
the auspices of the University of Iowa.
In March Invitations were sent out to 200
high schools and between thirty and forty
have already responded favorably.
A booklet was yesterday malted to each
high school In the state describing the
plans of the meet In dotsil, giving the
prizes, the mesns of entertainment, etc.
It Is expected that a time limit will soon
be set for the entry lists.
Further plans were discussed at the meet
ing of the athlVketlc board laat night re
garding the meet. The position of athletic
manager and assistant foot ball coach are
atlll open for next year and It Is expected
some action will be announced tomorrow
on the choice for theae positions.
Invitation Golf Toaraev.
An Invitation golf tournament for sooio
day in June Is being considered by the golf
committee of the Omaha Country club. If
derided upon. Invitations will be sent to
Des Moines. Minneapolis. Kansas City and
other golfers to coma here for three days
and take part in match play. Notlcea of
the project have boon sent to vsrtous golf
ers In the city and If pledges of aid sre
numerous enough the Invitations will be
promirtly sent out.
Ketehel and C'npoal to Fight.
ST. JOSEPH, Mo.. April 22. According
to Cal Harris, a fight promoter of Chi
cago who waa here tonigrht managing Kid
(nipper, who meets Pete Savoy. Stanley
v-.ir.hel. asolrant for the world's heavy.
weight title, and Tony Caponl. a near
Champion, Will oe-matcnea Itir eigfii rvuimn
tor a purse of 84.000. The bout, he says,
wtll take place at Chattanooga. Tenn.,
within the next aix weeka. F. W. Forat
ney. a prominent automobile manufacturer,
Is backing the acheme, according to Har
ris. Weston Headed for Bloomlngrton.
BIXJOM INGTON. 111. April 22 Edward
Payson Weston will arrive In Bloomlngton
this evening after a fi'tv-mlle hike alonif
Ihe Alton mud. He will he met several
miles from hre by s delegation of ad
mirers and accompanied to the city. He
plans a alxty-mlle 1annt tomorrow taking
him Into the capital cltv.
Gotch and Beell Matched.
DENVER. April 22. Frank irotrh. cham
pion of the world, and Fred Beell were
matched to meet at the Denver auditorium
the second week in May for the worlds
wrestling chamoionahlp and a 3-1. o"0 purs.
The match will he under the direction of
Ja- k Ctirley of Chicago.
Mrs. Catherine Moore.
STORM LAKE. la.. Anril 22. (Special. I
Mrs, Catherine Hager Moore, relict of the
late Samuel If. Moore, pioneer resident uf
Storm Iake. died last night after a long
Illness. She was a native of New York.
Interment will be made at Winnebago. III.,
where the husband Is hurled
From the first sweet, balmy days
of spring and on through the length
ening glory of the early summer,
the thoughts of the physically and
mentally tired worker begins to turn
with with more and more longing
to the summer's rest, and vacation.
There is, perhaps, no spot, within
reach of steam which impresses the
mind and delights the heart so thor
oughly as Northwestern Nebraska.
The country is moderately rough
and the huntsman can go careering
over the hills and across the prairies
with just enough of personal danger
to add a thrill of exhileration and a
a spice of adventure to it all.
The story of the state that is be
ing published in The Sunday Bee
will give an outline of the many at
tractions of this--oart of Nebraska.
The Story of Nebraska
Next Sunday Red Willow County
THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE
Dawlstons of 5Intlonal Commlaslon.
CINCINNATI. O.. April 22 -Tna Nat.onil
Base Ball a-Amaillon today rtfusea tn
application ' ef Player George Harn of
ftockford. rt. . to he diclared a tie. agont.
The appUcationa ef pla sr H. C. D.r.n-
ter of tti. Duouejue, HI. club a id
larry 1. Mason of the Troy clue. Kp
Terk 8rtal leaerue. lo ho dneiared tree
ae-eats are ajtafajkBy
Old-Tlme Rivals In Twin Cities Opea
Seaaon at St.' Pool.
sr PALL. Minn.. Awil Si -Tod ay is
bse ball day Ui St. Paul and it wiil be (Bel
,.h was performed bv Mi Cavlnr. a
I daughter uf O. P. ilor. for many years
a newspaper aaotite of Mr. Chadwlck.
Sealed Ordere Wlas.
snore exiiil.ng bot-aua the St. Paul team
w-.'.i mt its old time enemies, the afUkars" 1 kJANDOWN PARK. April Z. -The Elir
from Minneapolis. Contests between these I cup. a S-ea.i-oid handicap of 1 onn nc-
to t.ajiis i always attended by muen I ere.en. wa won ner toa n oui'n ir
rivalry among the ."rootera rrom ooia
eitkse. Tbe weather la clear, knit a cold
aorta wind ia blowing, pad tbe t ampere-lure
ders Jackson was aecond and H. P Whit
ney e Perseus HI M liuid. Nineteen
The lunlor claa. which haa already won
tn basket ball and at the indoor meet tand
a good chance lo win Friday and thereby
gain the loving cup which the class of ll4
gave together with a gold aed atlver meoJ
to the a- iiool to be awarded annually. The
cup ia giv.n ta the claes whose represen
tative mak. the greatest aoor. and the
m.dala to the beat Indivtauai arartr.. i n
gnedala are the mtiawrty of in winner until
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