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    THE BEE: OMAHA. FRIDAY. MAY
1900.
Wichita Defeats Omaha;
RiBKRI: WON BY HOME RUN
Wichita First Baseman Hiti Chaser
Over the Fence.
TWO Of BASES AT, THE TIME
Iraaha Was One Ren ta Ik (.nod
t Mil RnkrrU fanneeted, bat
I nnld t Corral An
More Scores.
WICHITA. Kan.. May (Special )-Rob-Ti
won today's gsme foe Wichita with a
h'.m drive over the right Meld fence. Twl
were on baae wltn two 6 it end Omaha had
one run 10 the) good whfftl the hit wa
mad, which made th cor 4 to 2. ai It
lemalned to the flniKh. Both pitcher
worked well, though Brennan easily had
the better of tha argument. H had
omaha a heavy hitter helpless In pinches.
J'endry, Welch. Helrlin and Graham
starred for Omaha and rut off He vera I htta.
Brennan' fielding and pitching wu the
feature of Wichlt' play. Omaha got two
men on basea In the ninth, with none out.
I'rh wa forced at second and John
and Saunders were retired on a fast double
play. Anderson to Roberta. Captain Buck
l'ranck wss chased from the field In the
t rut Inning for arguing with the umpire.
The ti'ore:
, OMAHA.'
. AB. H. H. il. A
Heber. If
King, cf and
Pendry. 3b....
Kane, lb
Ora ham. lib...
elrh, rf....
"ranck, as....
Belden. cf....
(kindlng, c...
Jnttn. p
Pander ....
II
1
3
In
4
1
0
X
2
0
0
i)
n
0
n
0
o
1
o
1 2
00
Total .....:.. 1, S 24 , 12 1
: ' WICHITA. '.
AB. R.H. O. A E
Petttgrew. rf 2 I 1 3 1 0
Anderson, s. .. 4 02210
Cole, rf ,.,. 4,1.1 2 0 0
I-runell. If ...'....,. v.. . S.''-l''- 0 l' 0'
Hughe. 2ti. . '..;.'. . 4 0 ' 1 1 o
Roberta, lb 4 I 1 II 0 0
Westersll. 2b 4 0 0 S 2 2
Weaver, e 2 0 120
hreitnan, p.....i ...... , 0 2 0 8 0
Totaia .v.. .11 i.. 4, 27 14 2
Sandera lrUed for Beden In the ninth
Inning.
Wichita 0 0 0 0 1 0 S 0 4
Omaha 00001010 0-2
Struck out: By Brennan. 4: by Johna. 2.
Haaea on balls: Off Brennan, ; ott Johns,
B. Hit by pitched ball: By Brennan,
Handera, rf.olen bases; Hughes, Wester
r,ll. Helitu. Hcrlfloa htta: Pettigrrw,
Andersen, Johns. Sacrifice frv: Cole.
Double play: -Artderaon to' Roberts. Two
baee hita: Petllgrew". Wever, Anderson,
Klher. Horns run: ' Roberts. Ift on
bases: Wlchta. Hi Omatra. 7. Time: 2:00.
'l.mpire: Haskell, t Attendance: 700.
KKl- WAD WILD, DEMUR Will
Urlaalles aalarad Game fram Slaws
C ity la .Kaar Fashion.
DENVER. Col.. May . f'g wlldnesa
gave Denver today's game without a atrug
gle. Towards the clone Jackson lost con
trol of (he ball, so was replaced. Den
ver's pitching staff appears to be ttretty
weak, but her batters end bass runners
show up well. Today's game was slow
and tiresome. In spite of the sstlsfaitory
result. Welch of Bloux City hurt his hand
yesterday, making changes In the lineup.
The score: ,
- i. DENVEft. . 1 .
.' . AB. VR. .. H. O. A. K.
Casstdy, -rf. ..Vi. 2 ''-l -1 0 0 0
Jones, cf..'. 1 "0; 5 0 0
Balden. If.'.. .......... ."4 1 I S 0
Hgrtnvan, as 21 1 I
Muf, 2b 4 1 1 1 ft 0
Thompson. 3b S 1 S 4 2 0
Lindsay, 1h 4 .1 IS 0 0
Zlnran. c 4 S 1 t 1 0
Jarkaon, p t 1 0 0 II 0
Cnrbett, P 0 0 0 0 0 0
, Totals -v 81 14 8 27 1 S
8IOLX CITY.
AB. ' B. H. O A. E.
.,401 2,0 0
Campbell. If..
Thtt AihUtie
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B7
Standing of the Teams
WEST. I.KAGl'K. AMER. ASffN
W.L.Pct ' W.L I'M
Wichita .... 7 I .37! Milwaukee .12 4 .7)
nvr ..... : ,7f0 Louisville ...IS ' 4
Ts Moines. 3 4 ,V Indtanapolt It .Io0
Pueblo 3 ?5 Toll-do II 1
OmHha 8 h .315 Minneapolis. 8 CI
Tonka il S .rSnik'ansas City V
fi.tnt Cltjr. . .jr. Columbus ... 1 1) 471
Lincoln 1 .&!tit. Paul t II .318
NATLLEAOrK AMER. UA'K B
W.LiVt Ul'rt.
Pittsburg .12 .17 Detroit 14 5 .7.(7
Hostnn R 6il New York...l'l .JA
Philadelphia 7 b-i Boston 7 ..
Cincinnati .10 11 .4.H I'lnrsgo 1 8 "'
Chicago Hi ..V"Clve and ... 7 9 .4iM
Brooklyn ... 7 7 .b0i Philadelphia. 8
HI. Louis.... 7 13 .SiVii Washington. 6 7
New York... 1 t .4.St. louia t U .MS
GAMES TOUAY.
Weatern league Omaha at Wichita. lie
Moines at Topeka, Lincoln at Pueblo,
Sioux City at Denver.
American Association Columbus at 8t.
Pul. Toldo at Minneapolis. Indianapolis
at Milwaukee. Louisville at Kansas City.
National League New York at Boaton.
Philadelphia at Brooklyn. Cincinnati t
Chicago. Pt. Loula at Plttabuig.
Amerlign Ieegue Chicago al Cleveland.
Detroit at 8t. Loula. Wasnlngton at Phila
delphia. Boaton at New York.
Crjlkshank. cf 4 0 3 0 0
Hunter, lh i 0 1) 13 I
Andreas. 2b 11114 1
Rtovall, rf 4 2 110 0
Srnl'h. 3b 4 t 1 0 i 0
Koplng. as 3 1 2 2 3 0
Shea, c ....2 0 0 I 0 1
Town, c 1 0 0 ' 1 1 0
els. p 2 0 1 2 11
Melter, p 1 0 11 0 0 n
Totals 33 I 7 24 1 2
lenver 0 6 0 n S 0 0 4 1 1
Hioux City 0 0 0 0 9 0 4 105
Two-base hita: Roping. Campbell,
Thompson. Stolen baaoe: Cassirty, Hart
man. Lindsay. Sacrifice: Melter. Haao
on bails: Off Jackson. 5: off Role. S; off
Mwlter. . Struck out: By Jackson, 1: by
Keln. 1; bv Melter, 1. 1ft on haaea: Ien
vor, S: Sioux City, 5. Double plaa: Hart
man to Mnag to LinHaay, Koplng to An
dreas to Hunt r. Wild pitches: Eels. 2.
Hit by pitched ball: Jackson. Jones, Hart
man. Time; 2:07 Umpire: Clai k.
IMIA.1 HOT TO HOKF.BRV
l.lnro(,n Pitcher Allowed Keea Hits
lu TwO Inalaxs.
Pt'KBLO, r-olo., May Hockenbsry was
touched up for seven of their eight lilts by
the Indians today In the eixth and sev
enth Innings and Pueblo again defeated
Lincoln by a score of 6 to 1. Only one hit.
Jiad been secured off the Lincoln t wirier
up to the sixth. In teat Inning Clarke
single and two infield hita scored the win
ning run, while the locale piled up three
more In the seventh on Spencer's three-bagger
and single by Galgano. Kensel and
Clark. Oalgona was given grand support.
Bcore:-
LINCOLN. .-
A.B R. O. A. E.
Waldron, rf '. 4 0 2 2 it O
Fox. 2b 4 11 L 3 3 (!
Jude. if 4 t"1 2 1 II 0
Thomas, lb 3 0 0 3 o
Davidson, cf 3 0 0 2 0 0
Oagnler, as ...3 0 0 ! 1 1
Prltchett, 3b 3 0 0 1 3 0
Mulllvan, c' 1 0 0 .3 2 0
Hockenbary, p 3 0 116 0
Totala 30 1 - t 23 17 1
PUEBLO.
A. 11. R. H. P.O. A. EC
Kensel, 3b 3 113 2 0
Hpencer. cf S 1 1 4 0 0
Clark, lb 3 1 2 11 0 0
Jehl. rf. 4 0 1 2 0 0
Hogrlever. 2b 4 0 1 0 t 0
Mattlck. If 4 0 1 2 0 u
Coran, as 2 1 0 4 2 0
Mltse, c 2 0 1 2 0
Galgano. p 1 1 1 0 0 0
Totals 2 6 27 11 "0
Pueblo 1 0 0 0 0 1 I 0 5
Lincoln ........0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 01
Slolen basea: Corhan ilulfan, -r,nv.-.-
hlt: Jude. Three-base hit: Spencer. Left on
bases: Lincoln, 6; Pueblo, &. Hit by pitched
bs.ll: By Oalgano, 2. Bacrlflce hits: Thomas.
Clark. Mltae. Btruck out: By Hockenbary.
3; by Oalgano. 1. Base on balls: Ofr Hock
enbary, . Time: 1:40. empire. Dugan. At
tendance, 860.
DK MOINES LOSES ANOTIIKR
Belts Viae Hard to Hit and depo
nents Made Mlaalays.
TOPBKA. Kan.. May 6-Belti held Dss
Moines tight at critical tlmea and the mis
plays of the visitor gave TopeUa the sec
ond game of the aerie todav. 7 to 4. Kverv
error by Dea Moines counted a run. Blts
la a kid pttoher from the Oklahoma brush.
He waa wild at the start, but settled down
and marie things hum after the first In
ning. The score:
DBS MOINES.
,,, AB. R. H O. A. E
Colllgan. as & 1 3 0 0 0
Bader. If .t 3.1 . 0 1 0 0
Mattlcks. cf S I 1 0 0 0
Dwyer. lb 4 0 1 12 0 1
Dallon. rf 2 0 0 1 0 0
Nelhoff, 2b 3 0 0 2 1 3
Kltapatrlck. 2b :. 2 0 0 1 g l
Cillmarttn. lb 0 0 0 0 0 0
Hecklnger, c 3 117 10
Nelson, p 2 0 0 0 0 0
I-anf. P 1 0 0 0 3 0
Kerner 1 o 0 0 0 0
To.als
St 4
TOPEKA.
AB. R
5 1
5 !
t 0
24 12
H
3
3
1
0
0
2
1
0
0
O.
0
Wooley. cf..
Geler. rf
Cooley. lb
Fenlon. If....
Andrews.. 3b.
Olson, ss
Kahl, 2b
Karnes, c
Belts, p
Totals 36 7 10 27 10 1
Batted for Lang In the ninth.
pes Moines 10000030 14
Topeka 0 0 0 2 0 2 1 2 7
Three baae hits: Olson. Matticka. Colll-
?an. Two baae hit: Wooley. Hase on balls:
iff Belli. 7; off Kelson, 2; off Lang, 2.
Struck out: By Bells. 3: by Nelson, 1: bv
I.ang 3. Wild pitch: Ing. 2. Paaaed balls:
Hecklnger. 2. Hita: Ofr Nelson 3 In thr.e
and one-third Innings. Stolen bases: Colll-
fan. Bador. Dwyer (zi. Wooley, Andrews,
louhle play: Hecklnger to Fltzpatrlck: An
drews to Cooley. Time; 2:10. I'mplre: Mul
11 n.
PLAYERS MUST" "SIGN UP
Frraldeal O'Neill tallies C'lah Own
era that Time Mailt Is se-
eath af May.
CHICAGO, May President O'Neill of
the Western league today notified all club
owners of hi league that any player of
the organisation falling to algn a contract
on or before May 7 would be suapended.
RIGIV 4. W .4 RDBD TO CHICAGO
former Star Tvtlrler far Onaaha la
Wear Osk I alfarna.
CHICAGO. My Hut Rag.in. for
merly atar pitcher for the Or tm ha team,
waa today awarded to the Chicago Na
tional team b Ai tliiK Proaldent fleydlr.
NEW YORK. May The 4'hl-aao Na
tional I. eagi.e club baa claimed Pitcher
D C. Ragan of the Cincinnati team, en
whoae aervlcs walvtia were asktd by
Manager Urlfftth five daye ago. Ragan
laat season was the etar twirier of (he
Weatern league.
Ragan pitched laat aeason and the sea
son before for Onisb snd was the star
pitcher of t lie) team both aeasons. If not
of the league lie waa popular In Omaha,
on and off the diamond popular enougo
to marry a very pretty Omaha girl Ho
waa claimed by Cincinnati at the end of
107. but let come back) to Omaha fur
the 1S0S aeaaon and then secured by Cin
cinnati last fall.
Cretgatoa Defeat a Fort traak.
Crelgtiton's heavy hitting tetm drove
two pitcher fi lm the box before the
slaughter could be stopped Lannlgan
for Craljhton w invincible. Lotv.
who succeeded him. waa wild, but waa
pot hit hard 8core:
Crelghton v I ! S 4 4 0 0 A. -14
Frt '"rook i I t I I I 4
Batteries- Crelghton. Ijir.nUaiv l.oty
Cudahy and Kenneilv. Fort Crook. Krll
mary, Curran and Mclmad.
Rie want ads aie bi.:nt. buortera.
New York Takes Couple
NEW YORK W1NS B01U GAMES
Boston Log's First Contest by Score
of Two to One.
SECOND IS PITCHERS" BATTLE
(ilanfe finally Win la Tvelfh
Inning ay Seore af Oae ta otlaa
Other atloaal League
Scores.
BOSTON. May . The NVw Yotk men
won two hard fought games from Boston
today, the firm. 2 to 1, and the second,
1 to 0. In twelve innings. In tlio first gamn
Wlltsc was very iffecilve after the fir at
Inning. New York won In t lie fift Inning
by bunching lilts, with a wild pilch snd
s base on bal?. Rsymond and McCarthy
had a pitcher's battle in the second game.
Sweeney's wild throw to the piste let In
the winning run In the twelfth. Score first
game:
BOSTON.
R.H .O A R
NIW VOBK. ,
M.H.O.A.E.
tarr. lb .... 4 I J Tnn, lb . 1
Bokor. rf . . 1 0 S nx-Cnrm li. rf 4 1 4 4
i!0, If i 1 I D nluiT.r. lf.... 1')
noiiimnnt. of 4 0 (I 0'Hr. of ... 4 1 1
R.rk lb 1 0 is n 0 ptIi. 3H ..4 S I 3
I'-lMm 1 b B-lilwll, m. .1 S 4 4 1
nhlei .. 1 l 5ehofr, ;n . Sill
Sweonev. Sk..4 1 4 rtotrher. tb . 0 1
Smith, c I ft SMvern. r 4 I 4 I 1
Forfumn. a . 0 0 W llt, p 4 S
Totntn Il 4 n 10 'i Totl 12 4 17 U 4
Batted for Bock In ninth.
New York 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0-2
ftoHlou 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Ol
Two bssc hits: Bates. Sweeney. McCer
mick. O'Hara. Sacrifice hits: Bocker. Dali
Icn. Sacrifice fl : Phaefer. Left on bases:
Boston, 8: New York. 3. Ba.e on trails: Off
Ferguson, 3: off Wlltse. 1. base on errors ;
BoBton, 4. Struck out: Hy Wiltse, h; by Fer
guson, o. Wild pitch: Ferguson. Time: 1:42.
empires: Johnstone and Cuslck.
Score scnnd game;
NEW YORK BOSTON
B.H.O.A.B B. HO. A.B
Tennrv. lb . 3 0 l 1 fturr. -.b ...; i t .J-e
Mclorm k. rf It 2 0 a ti Becker. 1 I I
Murrtv. If. .. 8 1 I ft IHtmn. If I i 0 t
O'Harl. rf 4 i 1 I SStomm. 1h It OH 1 1
!vlln. b . 4 4 4 2 Berk, i f 5 1 I 0
nrdwHI, m.I 1 41 1 Oalilrn. .. 4 0 6 I I
Si hmefor. 2b . t t S n Seen. II . I dill
hlt. . 4 1 4 1 OOrslnm. C....-4 0 3 3 0
Rifmond. .4 t I 0 Boaurannt .,1 0 0 0
McCarthy, p.. 4 0 I
Totals 4J 12 J 24 4
Totala 42 7 ! Jl I
Batted for Graham In twelfth..
New York ..00000000000 11
Boston 0 0 0 0 O 'O 0 0 0 0 0 00
Two banc hits: Bocker, Raymond. Schlel,
McCormlck. Sacrifice lilts: Tenney. Murray.
Stolen base: Starr. Double plays: Starr.
1 ahlen and Stem: Devlin and Tenney;
Bridewell t unassisted. I. tt on bases:
Boston. S: New York. 14. Base on balls: Off
McCtirthv. 6; off Raymond, 2. ,Baae on er
rors: Roston. 3; New York. 1. Struck out:
Bv McCerthv. 4; 1v Rsymond. 6. Balk: Mc
Carthy. Time: 2:45. empires: Cusack and
Johnstone. .
Pirates Wis In F.leTenth.
PIT TSBL Rfl. May 6. It took (he loctl
team eloven Innings to defeat St. Louis
here today. Hie final score being to K.
Pittsburg secured five runs early in t
contest, but the visitors In. the -fifth li ning
got two tallies without a lilt, errors
being rerponslble for both runs. Lie
fleld pitched a splendid game until the
ninth Inning, when he lost control. 3t.
Louts getting three runs and 1len the
score without having a man put. out. He
was relieved by Caiunits. who allowed bu
two lilts. Pt. Louis used three pitchers.
Score:
PlTTflBl'RO "T. I.OIIS
B.H.O.A K
B.U.O.A.E.
4 0 110
Barboau, Sh.
1 earh. rf ...
Clrka. If. ...
Waimer. an..
Ahttn. lb.
.1. Millar, 2b.
W'tlMm. rf...
Olhaon. c...
l.alftrlil. p .
r'amnlti.. p. .
O'Connor ..
Totala
! 1 1 I Btrn. Sb.
12 4 0 0 t,. cf 0 1 0 0
12 4 0 0 Preanahan. c. 1 I 0
t t 4 S I KonatrhT. lb. a 0 13 0 1
4 1 14 0 1 Rvana. rf. 1
a 1 1 4 1 IMKhantr. rf i
( 1 1 o o Flllf. It 4
4 14 1 Orhtfrlm. -b. :.
t 0 3 0 Hulaarltt. M . k
ft 1 1
1 0 ft A
(
1 n
1 4
0 0
1 0 n
e Roebe. d.
1
AO o rtialpa .
...'1 -' 0
... ft 9 ft
... 1 ft ft
... 0 ft ft
, Moera, p
IS 14 Sit 14 (BUM .
,,H Sale, p.
Totala 42 -f. 17 2
Batted for I'arnnltx In the eleventh.
Betted for Beebe In the eighth. ,
Hatted for Moore In the ninth.
One out whn winning run Bcored.
Pittsburg 0 2201 00000 1
St Louis. 0 000200030 0 5
Two-base hits: .1. Miller. Absteln, Wag
ner. Wilson. Three-baee hit: Kllla. Hlia:
Off Llefiold 5 In eight and one-third In
nings; off Camnl'x. 2 in two and two
thirds Innings; off Beehe. t In seven In
nlnai: off Se.llee. In three Innloga. I.rf
on beses: Pittsburg S: Pt. Louis i.
Base on balls: Off Llefleld. 2': off Cnm
nltr. 2: off Beebe. 2: off Moore. 1. Buse
on errors: Pittsburg. 1; St. Louis. 3.
Struck out: By Llefleld. 2; bv Cainnitz.
2: by Beebe. 2; bv Moore. 1. Wild pitch:
Ttepbe Time: Ofl. empires- Klcn
and Kane.
CoraleaUl Driven from Box.
BROOKLYN. May S.-Mclntyre had
Philadelphia hu4 am up to the ninth in
ning today and then eased up, two peases
a hit and a sacrifloe fly aavlng them from
a shut out. A sexiawtional double play on
a hit line catch by Pennox shut off fur
ther trouble. Brooklyn batted Covaleskl
out of the box In the foivrth, whan they
scored five runs on three hit, a pa a and
four errors. Richie was more effective.
Score:
ROOICbYN. PHII.ADBI.PK.4
B H.O.A B fl.H A K
Brrh. If t t 4 i) OOrant. Jb 4 1 ft
Alperman. 2b 4 10 4 t Knab. tb. .. Ill1
Hummel, aa . 4 1 ft 1 tTltua. rf I 0 3 1 ft
Sehrlni. rf... 4 0 ft ft 0 Wataa. If 3 2 0
Kuatua. rf...4 ft I ft 0 BranaflaM. Ibl 14 2ft
Jordan, lb. .J ft 0 ftOabnrn of. I 1 0 ft
l.rnnni. Ib .. 4 13 3 0 Dootln. ' aa . .. 4 4 I A I
Bargon. e I ft 1 ft triootn. r 4 1 7 I I
Mrlntyre. p . I 1 I I KCoiaUnkl. p . 2 ft 0 1
Richie, p 1 4 ft ft II
Totala SO T 37 1ft 2
Totala 21 4 14 11 4
Philadelphia Il rt 0 0 0 0 0 11
Brooklyn 0 0 1 6 0 0 1 0 7
Two-base hit: Grant. Knabe. Mclntyre.
Thnen-base hit: Hlinimell. Hita: Off
Covaleskl, 6 In four Winnings; off Ritchie,
2 In . four Inning. Sacrifice hit: Knabe.
McOee, Bfrgen. Sacrifice fly: .Osborne.
Double plava: Alr-ernian and Jordan: Iju
t'OX and Jordan: Branafleld and Dooin.
I.tlt on buses: Philadelphia, 0; Brooklyn.
3 Base on bftlls. Covaleskl. 2: Richie. 1;
Mclntyre. 3. Baises on errors: Philadel
phia. 1: Brooklyn. 2. Struck out: By
Co tM leak I. 3; by Richie. 2: by Mclntyre. 1.
Time: 1:30. 1'mptres: Rlgler and Truby.
Chlraaa Defeats 4'lnrlnaatl.
CHlCAtJO. May t The local obtained a
lead of four runs 1n the first Inning off
two very amateurish error, two singles
and a double. The visitors made a strong
bd for ileup In the seventh with three
inglea and a two bagger, but a faat double
play stopped t hern wltn two scores. Pitcher
Pat Ragan, formerly Omaha star pitcher,
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to Chicago hy acting
Score:
CINCINNATI.
14
OAK
I
! karft. If . 4 I J
grbnite. rf . . . 4 1 I
' merman. 2b I ft t 1
Hi.itit, lb t 1 i ft
stamroldt. Ibl 4 4
Hofmaa. r-f... 1141
Ttnkar. aa. . . . 4 1 t t
ali-ran e 4 t 4 1
Krah. p t 1
Totala jo 'J ? 11
"Huatina lb
. 4 t
. 4 I
. I ft
. 4 I
. 4
. 4 ft
ft'xkoa, cf ...
0 1herl. lib .
ft ktlttft!!. rf
0 HoK-har. If
OKtan a
IIAutr. lb.
A Mrboan. t
0Karrr. p
rampbell. p
0 Rowan a
SaaVart ...
atoa-rey ...
1
I it
I i)
)
1 I
Totala .. 34 in 14 I 3
Battled for Campbell in seventh.
Batted for Rowan In ninth.
Phlragy, (onOOnOO 4
ltnclnnatl 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0-1
Two-base hits: fvhulte. Mclean. Mit
chell. Hita: Off Karger. 3 in one Inning;
off Campbell. 3 In five innings; off Rowan.
1 In three- Innings. Itnuble play: Zimmer
man and Howard. l,eft on base: Chicago,
8; Cincinnati. 7. Bases on bells: Off Kroh,
2; off Campbell. 2; off Rrrwan. 2. Baeoaj
on errors: Chicago, i. Hit by pitched ball:
Campbell. Howard. Struck out: By Kroh,
4: by Campbell. 1. Pnaaed ball: Moran.
Time: 1.42. empires: Kmalie end ODay.
UAME Hi " 4 UKRlC.t N I.EAOrH
t'levelaad Winn from Chicago In the
Math Innlaa-
CLKVELAND, May . Cleveland de
feated Chicago. 2 to 1, today, scoring ihe
winn'ng run In the ninth Innl.ig on
Stovall'a aingle. Cravath erroi and
Lajole' hit. which was good lor iiine
be ace but counter! s a single. Berger's
pitching was the feature, striking out
nine men Score:
CLBVBLA N D. CHICAOO
B.H.O.A.g' a.H.O.A.R
Oooda. rf .... S 1 1 ft lliahn. rf 4 1 I A
Bredlov. Sb .. 4 1 ft 1 ftAlllaer. of... J 3 0 ft
RtoTall, lb. .. 4 1 7 0 01. Mil. lb ft 1 0
!-)ola. tb....4 1 S 1 0-Hrarath. If... 3 ft 1 ft 1
'Mark, e lift 1 0 Att. lb 4 t 4,4
Hlnrhman. If I ft ft A Pa rem, aa....4 14 11
rrrrlnx. aa...3 ft 1 sOwena. c 3 14 3 4
Blrm'haiB. ef 3 1 4 ft 0 Tannetilll, tb I ft 1 I ft
orger, p 2 ft. II Ogrott. p 3 ft ft 4 1
Totala S 17 1 Totala 3 ? U 3
One out when winning run scored.
Cleveland 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 11
Chicago 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
Base on error: Cleveland. 2; Chicago,
1. Two-bnsn hli : At. Sacrifice hit:
Helper. Stolen bases: Onnd. Altlssr.
Double play: Terrlng to Lajoie to Sto
vnll; Clarke to Lajole. Base on tislls:
Off Berger. 2. Hit bv pitched ball:
Altlzcr. Oood. Left on bases: Cleve
land 4; Chicago. 8. Struck out: By
Berger, ; iy Scott, 2. Wild pitch:
Scott. Tim-: II. Umpire: Sheri
dan and Kerin.
Roston Defeats New York.
NEW TORK. Mav ( The first defeat
administered to New oYrk on the home
grounds this season wa at the hands of
Boston today, by a score of 4 to 3. The
locals fielded poorly, three of Boston's runs
being due to error. Clcotte relieved Steele
fter the econd iDnlng and pitched splen
didly. Warhop. Wilson successor, was hit
hard. Score:
BOSTOV. NEW YORK
B.H.O.A.g. B.H.O.A K
MrConnell, 2b 3 0 1 t OCrea. cf 4 1 3 ft 1
Lord. Sb t 112 D Keeler. rf....S A 2 0 0
Dr-nr., ui... ' V I Hill. lO ... 1 I 1
Oei-alar. rr... .l ft s n ti Ribarfaid. Sb. 4 1 4 0
Stahl. lb 4 II ft I'F.ns'a. If 4 1 I 0 1
....-.-., ...... a . ., 11 r.infnijn. jo. " 'i
Btahl. lb 4 II ft I'F.na'a. If 4 I I 0 1
Nile-. If i i i a award. b I ft 1 3
Wasnar. aa-.. ft I 0 nremmltt ....1 ft A ft
ftoenctr. c.n l I t tiAualla. lb . . . ft it ftft
Hoop: 0 0 ft 0 0Kn!ht. a.... 1 II A 7 ft
nnriAkna 1 J a a an a a a jt
.Mie.
Waaner
SDencar
Mnnn.
Donohue. r...1 1 I lHemphlll .1 ft 0 ft 0
steeie. p o n 0 I ft Blatr. c 4 1 I 1 i
Arrellanea .. I 0 ft 0 0 Wilson, p ...1 10 0 0
Clcoua. p... 2 2 ft 4 OWa-hop. p. . . 1 ft ft I ll
Mrtlvaan ... 1 ft A fl ft
Totala :-,.t I IT 11 1
Tolali 32 1 37 14 I
Ran for Spencer In aeventh.
Batted for Steel ih third.
Batted for Ward In eighth.
Ratted for Knight In ninth.
Batted for Warhope In ninth.
Boston 0 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 04
New York 0 S 0 0 0 0 0 0 03
Two-base hits: Speaker. Three-base hit:
Wilson. Sacrifice hit: Ward. Stolen bases:
McDonnell.. Clcotte. KlberfMd. Letf on
bases: Boston. 7; New .York, 6. Base on
errors: Boston. 2. Double plav: Blair to Kl
berfcld. Struck ouirHv Steele. I; by Wil
son. 2: by Clcotte. ; by Warhope. 4. Base
on balls: Off Wllsqji. 2 in 5 Innings; off
tlrov tin Kaay for Tigers.
, Warhope., 6 In . inning. Time:. 244. Lm
plres: fcvans and ifSrAt.'
ST. IAU18.-May6. Detroit had but llt
t e trouble In defeating 81. lxiuls todsy.
The core wa 7 to 3. Powell for the local
team was knocked out of the bog In the
fifth inning and aBiley, who took hi place
did well until the ninth Inning, when tiiree
run were scored off him. The core:
Baited for Stephen In ninth.
Batted for Bailey 1n ninth.
DETROIT. gT. 0, ,,
B.H.O.A.K. n H 0 A .
D Jonaa. If.. 2 ft t o AH.rtaell. rf . i 't
Buah aa...... 5 3 ft Hoflman. tf..l 1 2 ft 0
nlZ'0tJi- ' 4 J 0 ft 0 Brona. if I 0 1 0 1
rt 4 1 S p-arrls. 3b.... 4 0 t 2 ft
Rotaman. lb. 5 115 0 ft Wallace. ia..t ft f I u
O'bearr. Jb..4 1 1 J 1 wiut.ma. Jb. 4 1 4 S
sibniidt. o ..a 1 s 4 lgt.phana. r... s A 4 3 n
ull". 4 3 0pow.ll. p.... 110 1ft
tlalley. p 2 A ft 1 0
Ttl 4 12 37 14 3 McAleJa ... 1 ft 0 ft ft
Urlfia 1 o 0 0 ft
Totala 14 7 37 11 1
,'oui 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0-3
Detroit o 0302000 3-7
Two-base hit: Schaefer. Mullln. Rush.
Sacrifice hits: Wallace, D. Jones. Cobb.
Schmidt t8jlen base: Bally. Baae on
balls: Off owell. 1; off Bailey. 2; off Mul-
'' 1 .l411 " Poll. ? 'n 4 lnnlnga;
off Bailey, t In 44, inning. Left on basea
St. Louis. 7; Detroit, g. Time: 1:48. Um
pire: errln and O'Loughlln.
Senators Wla from Athletlra.
PHILADELPHIA. May -Waahlngton
waa defeated here today, t io 1. In a
pitchers' battle between Bender and Groom
PhiUdelphla won in the ninth Inning on
Davis single. Barr eacrlfice and Barry
Ingle. Score:
PHILADELPHIA WASHINOTO.V
B.H.O.A.g B H n a r
?;"', I ? "-..mar. ir ... f 1 1 A a
J. ,,T "4 0 1 ' Akti-Brlda. aa . 4 I 13 1
f.lllni. Ib l 1 1 1 flrngl.ub. lb. 4 ill ft 0
Murphy, rf .l ! I t 0Di.hant. lb 4 ft 4 I 1
Barrr. aa.... 1 s t 0 Milan, rf J ft j 0 a
Thomaa. e.... 3 1 I 0 otr.el. r S ft 4 1 u
Bandar, p . S Jl J 2 ftOroora. p 1 0 12 1
Tslo 1 t li f o Totala VI 124 )j "j
One out when winning run scored
Phlladeli hia o o o 0 1 0 o o 1-2
Washington :...i 0 0 0 0 OO0 0-1
ol'''b'o -'o'lins. Three-base hit:
Ganley Sacrifice hits. Barry. Ban.
Stolen baae: Murphy til. Double plav:
Delehanty. Mcltrlde, Unglaub. Left on
bases: PhiladolphiH. 7; Washington, 4
Baae on balls: Off Oroom. I. Bases on
errors: Philadelphia. 2. Struk out: Bv
Bender. 6: by Groom. 3. Wild pitch: Grooni
Time: 1:&7. Umpires: Egaar-and Connolly
GAMES I AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
MHwaak.ee Baarhea Hita and Wins
really from Indianapolis.
MILWAUKEE May 6 -Th home club
fliinfh. Iha . k.it ,..
. vii Junes in two innings
'today, winning rather easily. 6 to 1.
iiiiiiy luMiieo a splendid game, hold
ing the ehamplone to five hits, no two coin
ing In tha aw me Inning. The feature of the
game wa Hayden wonderful fielding, two
of hi catche robbing Randall and Mc
cormick of certain triples. Score:
MtLWAtKKE INDIANAPOLIS
B.H.O.A.g B H 0 A E
Robinaon. aa. S 1 1 I 1 rtiadb rna. If 4 lift o
Barry, rf .... I 1 ft 0 M t neanav. cf 4 1 0 o
al.O.nn. lb . 4 lift ft 1 H.ydan. rf . 4 t 1 1 u
Randall. ct...4 ft 1 ft ocarr, lb 4 ft 14 t 0
Clark, lb I A I ft Buria. tb ...4320
Hctormk, 5b 3 4 1 i ftO'Rourka. Sb. 4 t 4 a
Hoateiur. c 4 1 I Hol.r, e ...4 I I I a
Colllna. if.... j ft l ft OHopke. lb .1 1 1 I i
Dougnany. pi I ft s ajeoaa. p 1 ft ft 1 i
Mra. If I ft ft a ! .
ToUla VL 4 ?4 14 I
Totna .... M I IT
i Molwaukea o 1 0 2 0 3 0
I lndtajiapolis 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 01
Two-baaa hit: Hayden. Howley. Barry,
i Sacrifice hit: MoCormic k. Barry, Jones,
i Stolen baaes: Moran Dougherty. IWt on
.baiSAa: M 1 1 m. . i.t.. r. i..t-.
- -... ... . v , iiiui.IMUII., O.
Baws on balls: Off Doughertv, ; off Jone.
4. Struck out: By Dougherty, 8: by Jonts.
3. Time: 1 Sb. Umpires: Evkman and
King.
Millers Vain hy Caaod Stick Work.
MINNEAPOLIS. Minn. Mav .-Minneapolis
hammered Lattimore and Plnkney
hard today, winning in rasv faahljn. W'll
on wa seffective In all but two inning,
when the visitor bunched their five hit
of the day. The score:
Minneapolis 0 0 1 1 3 0 4 1 ft
Toledo 1 2 8 0 1 0 0 2 06
Two base hit: Down Ctes. Wheeler.
Hill. Three base hit: Klwert Stolen bases:
Ovler 2. (Jutllin ft). Block, F.dmooson. Sac.
rlflce hits: Qulllio. Downs. Wheeler. Hsirl
flee fly: Smoot Double plsvs: 01er. Downs
and Wheeler, Block Snd oyler. Hits: u(f
hs been swarded
President Heydier.
chicauo
B h n a
from Boston
I.sttinioie. n M seven suite one-third In
nings: off Pinklev, i In one-third Inning;
off Mci'urdv. 1 In one and one-third In.
nlngs. Struck out: By Wilson. 1; by HHI
more. 4; bv MrCurdv.1. Rase on balls: Off
Wilson. 3;' off Lattimore. 1: off P1nkn.
1: off McCurdv. 1. Hit by pitched ball: By
ltttmnro nvior. Left on bases: Minnftaro.
lis 0: Toledo! 2 Time: 1:55. Cmp'res: Cona
hsn snd Sullivan.
lolnmha Banrhe Hits,
ST. PAUL, Mav Columbus bunched I'a
hits with bases on balls and St. Paul s er
ror todav. taking the second game of the
serios. 2 to n. Links pitched fin ball.
Score:
St. Paul ii o 0 o 0 0 0 00
Columbus 0 0 0 0 1 I 0 0 01
Two bic hit: ljtru. Double play:
O Hon Ik" lo Lame to Odwell. Be on
balls: off Nelson. 1: off Unke. 4. Struck
out: Bv Nelson. 7: by Llnke. 7. Psssed ball:
Carlsch. Wild pitch: Nelson. Sacrifice hit:
Hoev. IWt on bases: Ry St. Psul. ;
Columbus. 8. Time: 1:40. Umpire: Hayes.
Distillers Defeal Botcher.
KANSAS CITY. My In a hotly con
tested game Kansas City loat t loulsvllle
here tajday. The home team wa unable
to oven tune the handicap of two rttnS
brought In by Landreth'a triple In the
first. Bcore:
Batted for Sullivan to ninth.
Kfissas City 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 01
Louisville 2 0 0 0 1 0 ft 0 0-4
Two-base hit: Cross. Three-bss hiti
Landrelh. . Ift on bases: Kansas City. Si
Louisville. . Sacrifice hits: Cross, Beck
ley. Sacrifice fly: Braehear. Stolen bases:
unleavy (2). Double plays: Quintan to Ol
son to S Sullivan 2i. Earned run: Kan
sas City, 1; Louisville, 1 Btruck out: By
Carter. 8; by Selby, 1. Passed to first on
errors: Kansas City, 1; Louisville, 2. Basea
en balls: Off Carter. 3; off Selby, 3. Time:
1:35. Umpire: Owen.
Rooster Easy for Wesleyaa.
NEBRASKA CITY. Neb.. May We,
leyan university team played with the
Booetera of this city her this) afternoon,
a large crowd being present. The score:
Wesleyan 1 0 0 6 0 6 3 8 113
Boosters 70000010 1 S
Batteries: Wesleysn, Campbell nd Cole;
Roosters. Baker and Stoll. Umpire: Scha
not. onney BCvera Sosnended.
CHICAGO, May .-Johnny fcvers. the
tar second baseman of the Chicago Na
tional, wa suspended today bv the Na
tional Bass Ball commission for failure to
report to hi team at the opening of the
aeaaon Ever had permission from Presi
dent Murphy to delay hi reporting to the
club. It Is thought he will be reinstated
upon payment of a nominal fin.
Pitcher Miller Fanad.
DES MOINES, la.. May . -(Special )
Pitcher Miller ha at laat been found In
Chicago and will join the Dm Moines
team in Topeka tomorrow
Simpson College Win.
IND1ANOLA. la.. May .-8lmpon col
lege defeated South Dakota university here
todjy In a lopsided game full of errors by
a score of 7 to 2.
Wymore Win at Beatrice.
BEATRICE. Neb.. May . (Special.!
The Wymore ball team won from the Gs
Company team of this city at Wymore tills
afternoon by the score of 6 to 2.
Hlaclnbatham to Chicago.
NEW TORK, My . Pitcher Hlggin
botham of the St. loui Nation In will
become a member of the Chicago team.
Indiana Defeat Salem.
MT. PLEASANT, la., May . (Special.)
Nebraska Indians. 18; Salem, 0.
EVENTS 0 HFNiaiXO TRACKS
Bthelhnrgc Win Ihe Dehntaate Stakes
at LoolarvllI.
LOUISVILLE. Ky.. Mav S-BJthelburg, a
filly by Hnpsburg-Ethel Wheat, bcloug
lng to H. McCarren. Jr., easily won the
debutante stake for 2-year-oUJ at
Churchill Down today. The Mutuela
paid 1286 40 for each 36 tavaated on
Ethelburg. Tha day was fair and warm.
Woolwlnder. the extreme outld;r. beat a
small but elci t field In the puree race
at a mile and seventy yard. Summaries:
First race, onu mile, selling; Miss
Crittenden (111. Shilling.) wo i, Rujtle
(106, Warren) second. Sorrowful UOV
McOee) third. Time: 1:42. Clara Riley,
Nettle Traver. Gliding Bell,' Pink Wtngi,
The MIi.se H.. Virginia. Dansette and
Usury also ran. Mlsa Crittend?n, sttlgtit,
$',1.16; Rustle, place. 312.46; Sorrowful,
show, 37.06.
Second race, six furlong: Huck (13.
Schilling, straight. 324.261 won. Marbles
(101. Williams, place. $24 66) second,
Asperin (100. Pge. show. 112.66) third.
Time: 1:1 Js. Robin Grey. T. Havwgrd.
Annie McOee, Irrigator, Rosaburf II,
Bandello, T. Calhoun. Zelphen. T. Me
Grath, Orelando. Ordonn, Pirate and
Diana also ran.
Thirl race mile and seventy yard.
Woolwlnder (32. Tspllni won. Zfenaph
1107. Uoyd) second. Plate Glass (101,
Walsh i third. Time: 1-444.
Fourth race, four furlongs, the dee jtante
stakes: Ethelburg HI. Hannan. 8233.30,
straight; 377.15, place: $4, show) won.
Placlde (110. McOee. 172 0. place; $84.40.
show i second. My Gal (110, Le. $29.90,
how) third. TlmS: 0:474k. Turf Star,
Foxy Marv, Zephyr. Chanticleer. Alaxie,
Whim. Martlne H. and Cellaret alio ran.
Fifth race, four and a half furlongs,
purse: King Solomon (101 Pag-fa.
387.80. straight; $34.76. place; $10. show)
won, Frank G Hogan (104. McOee. $1.4S,
place; $8 60. how) second, Donsn (11.
Power. $ 35. show) tlrd. Time: 0:54.
P'llv Bill. Slew Foot. Mesmeiiaer, Donler,
Selector and Zulu also ran.
Sixth race, mile and an eighth, eellln:
Belleview ill. Powera. $67.20. tralght;
$23(5 place; 18110, ahow) won, Kadau
MiO Taplin. $li.70 place; $10.80, show)
scotid Brnoklaaf (105, Walh 840.S0.
show! third. Time: 1 54. Oilvedear,
Imboden, Waterlake, Gregt Ed Kane.
Grenade. Joe Fallert. Albert 'Star and
tion Street also ran.
PIMLICO. May 6. Summaries:
Fit at rare, selling, four and a half fur
long: Zacateca (lflT. Creevy, 1 to 1) won.
Buv (108, Mclntyre, 3 to 1) eoond, Al
groiiel m. Lee. 10ft to 11 third. Time: 0:564.
Miss Lorls. Johnny Wise, Miss Knicker
bocker, Gerando. IJttle Hoy. Cotton Maid
and Dave Nicholson also ran.
Second race, one mile: Ban Soucl II (101,
Dugan. 7 to 1) wort, Pocomok (110. Gold
stein, t to 6) econd. Indian Hunter (110.
Mclntyre. 8 to 1) third. Time: 1:40H May
River. Michael Beck. AMnt Jul, Effend!
and Traveler alao ran.
Third race, maldena. alx furlong: Golden
Castle t7. Chandler, 10 to 1) won, Soil (S7,
Hlnchltffe. 12 to 1) second. Apologise (100,
Grand. 5 to 2i third. Tim: 1:14. Endlmon,
Lady Chilton. Babble. Solid. The Dane.
Alice Mack. Crydon, Wllld. Fells lsman
and Fsran d'Or also ran.
Fourth race, Glenmore steeplechase, for
hunters, about two and a half mile: Tell
fare (158. Savage, 4 to ll won, Young Bllt
aenen (151, Sullivan, 10 to ii aecond, Balla
calia (IMi. Davldaon. 3 to 1) third. Time:
5:?9. Prince Hampton and Warrior alio
ran.
Flf;h race, six furlong, selling: Simple
Honours tH'7. Lang. 11 to 6) won. Black
Sheep (lOt, Deverlch. 20 to 1) second, Kemp
ton (102. Creevy. 30 to 1 third. Time;
1.13H .. Rose Beaumont. Demetrloa, Consiel
latlun, High Hat, Maxim Gun, Ddgley,
dies. RaggniHn. Wildehlng. Babeek,
George G. Hall alo ran.
Sixth race, the Townon purse, one mil
and forty yrds: Cbepontuck (104. Creevy.
$ to 1) won. Silk Hose (33. Deverlch, even)
second, One Helm (4. McCahey. 4 to 1)
third. Time: 1:4V Ottoman, Raquet and
King Sol also rsn.
Seventh rsce, maidens, six furlongs: Tim
pippin (S3, Grand. 6 to 1) won, Bethlehem
(H9, Goldstein. 1 to 2) second. Secret Service
(no. Creevy. to 1) third. Time: 1:1SV Chor
lxter. Red Doe. Lsntonette. My Agnes.
Judge Krmemrout. Grace, Nancy Lynch
and Teddlngton also ran.
Weston Delayed hy Heat.
KANSAS CITY. Mo.. Mv .-Gratly re
freshed sfter a ten-hour reat. Edwrd Py
on Weaton, the pededrlxn. started west,
wsrd from Oak Grove, Mo. thirty mile
eaat of Kansaa City, at 7 o'clock this
morning. He had loot time yaatarday
owing to the excessive host. At Independ
ence, ten miles east of Kansas City,
Weston waa met by a delegation of Young
Men s Christian association, amateur pedaa
triana who intended accompanying htm oa
the last portion of the day' tramp.
Weaton counted on reaching Kanaa City
at I o'clock In th afternoon.
Whltaey'a Horse errand.
CHESTER, England. Hoy .The Or
monde 2-ir-old p'at of 6 aovereigns,
distance four f'irlonga, wa won or to
day bv Pipe of Port. H. P. W'hltney'
0erigbt waa aeoend.
New Tw.MII Reaord.
PHILADELPHIA. Mv t-Paull the
eophomore distance runner of the I'nlver
sitv of Penniy l anla. today on Franklin
field, broke the collegiate and Intercollegiate
record for the two-mile run. hi time being
minute 2S teconds. Tli record, mad by
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Glenwood Park Onened. '
OLKNWOOO. U.. Mv ti I lal 1
Glenwood athletic park s. aa opened for
th season Thursday by a ball game ue
tween two picked teams of local players.
Th Sehulhoff bnd lad th proreailon.
which formed on tha gqufre and matched
ti th part. The ciowd w sstlsfactj. v
and th gam good, tn acor being t to
I. In favor of th Plckrell-Clark. fllni
wuod's ball rrk l unusually good una
the prospect for a good ball aeaaon i
ory promising.
I.lnaola Saalter Wla Oelf Prlaa.
OS81SO. N. T.. May -The annual Spring
nesting of th executive council ef the
Amertvnn Banker' acitlon concluded
today. Th 4ortary rsoorted th member
Mp had resched 10.0TS. Th silver cup
Offered to th baat golf player among the
ul visiting banker won today by F.
H. Burn ham ef Lincoln. N'h. Th annual
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MEMORIAL DAY FESTIVAL
All Organisation. Are Invited W Wn,
oral Committee to Participate
la Celebration. : .
Th gnrl committee on ttjvKwlonS of
the Joint Memorial day committee hag sent
out this invitation to all ,org galaatlpng of
the city of Omaha: . -tfjrri .'
Th obrvanc of Memorial day, to-iionn
rnemorate the memory of the nation' fallea
heroea I again near at hand A a
patriotic people let u keep alive th acred
Moclation of thi time-honored ooclon,
fo this end you are cordially invited to
Join the Grand Army of the Republic and
participate with us In parade and other'
wlsa In th proper observant of Memorlxl
day In Omaha, on Monday. Mav 31. 1Sffl,
The aervlce will be held In th Audi,
torlura. .
Pramotloa for Jadge .Lannlagr.
WASH IVfJTniSJ Lfuu - aw..
today ,ent lo the senate th nomination of
I nlted State. IHetricl Judge William M.
I Lannlng of Trenton, N. J.. to b United
; Pi a tea circuit court lud.e for ik ii,i.j
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Your tongue is coated.
Your breath is fouL
Headaches come and go.
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remove the cause U the first thiiig , ;
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Liver TableU will do that Easy ',
to take and moat effective.
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