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Omaha Wins Brilliant Game; Lincoln Defeats Denver in Sixteen Inning Contest
C ADMAN'S DRIVfeTURNSTRlCR
Catcher Wim Game from Topeka in
"BREE tTm SENT IS BY BATTER
Tan net of Gam wn4Brok Knot
-ent la rtncla Hitter Cnn
nerts aqnarely . J with Hall,
whii Fans o wild.
Omaha, 4; Topeka, I.
I'hree otit of f"r friJftl Tfrneka.
Cadman shone ao far ahead of the other
Mavers at Vinton street park that no
other name mentioned by the fane on
their return home Wednesday. Cadman,
tha doughty little catcher of the Kourke
family who has been out of the gam
Blnce the opening of the season with a
broken foot, won the fame.
Cadman sent to bat for Oondlng In
the eighth Inning with two out and three
on bases with the score 2 to 1 In
favor of Topfka, but after the first ball
pitched to him the acore waa different,
for he hit the bail squarely on the noae.
It scooted down the third ba n end
on out Into thf left garden while Kane.
Ffanrk and Kelden trotted home with the
runa which won the- game. It waa a beau
tiful hit and Captain Kranck ahowed good
Judgment In sending Cadman In to hit for
Oondlng, who had not been able to con
nect with Blapnlcka'a curvea. Perhapa It
waa the name he waa afraid of.
81apnii ka had been ao wild all through
tho game that up to" that eighth inning
Omaha had been able to connect safely but
twice, though one of i thoee tlmea had
counted for a score. But lo the eighth It waa
different. Kane waa the necond man up
and he waa given a life at flrat becauae
Mr. Slannlcka muffed a toss to catch him.
Welch hit the ball hard, but Kahl was
playing back of the flrat basemans poel
tlon and he waa nut. Balden hit the ball
to one elde of the shortstop and by Ih
time Downey waa squared around tor the
throw, Belden waa on flrat. Buck Franck
drew a paaa and the baaea were filled
with two out. Cadman waa then called
into the breach and made good. Ha hit
the ball out of the reach of Jay Andrews
and had time to hobble to aecond on hla
game leg while three members of the
tribe of Ilourke trotted, home with the
needed runa. ' "
Game Good All he War, '
Topeka made tha flrat run of the game
In the third Inning fcy free paaa ieeued
to Kerna and alnglea by Blapnlcka and
Wooley. Although but one -waa out Oeler
and Downey could not hit the ball out of
the diamond and on waa all that Topeka
could make at that time.
Then came Omaha and tied the acore In
the last half of the third. Flaher made a
good beginning- by alao .drawing a paaa.
King followed with a pretty two Backer
on which Flaher acored. Tendry waa tha
next up and the fana looked to him or
Kane to drive King around the 'circuit,
but Instead he hit the ball ao.ua.rely In
front 6f the plate. Kerna tagged Perrdry
and then King waa caufht In tha mlxup
between aecond and third. ..
Tha tie waa broken in tha fourth by
Kunkle, who with two out, hit tha ball
over tha left field fence for a home run.
And thua the acore until tha eighth Inning,
when Omaha annexed the game.
Topeka made a strong bid for the game
In the laat Inning, but fell down. With one
out Kahl hit for a double. Kerna flew out
to Flaher and Blapnlcka walked. McManus
waa Bent to bat for VFooley and he made
a long hit. but Belden waa able to capture
the ball after a hard run and tha game waa
Denver cornea today for a aeriaa of four
game and Friday will be lad lee' day.
AB. R. H. O. A.
1 1 1 I 0
AB. R. H. O. A. E
T 24 12
Patted for Wooley In ninth.
0 1 0 0 0 0 2
a o i o i o o a -6
;... 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 02
..' 1 0 2 2 0 1 0 0 1-7
Two-hnse hits: King.' Cadman. Kahl.
Home run: Kunkle. Bases on bells: Off
Banders. ; off Blapnlcka. 6. Hit with
Pitched ball: By glapnlcka, 2. Struck out:
Fy Bandera. 1; .by Blapnlcka, 2. Left on
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Havana filler and
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LarQtr sizes ISc.
, Standing of the Teams
WEST. LEA OUR AHER. UCAOtTR.
W.I. Prt. I W.UPct.
Denver 11 7 .Ml iMIIWaukea 1 10 .4
Wichita 11 I ,-f I Louisville . .lSli.BM
Topeka 1 I'M Indianapolis IS 16 .545
Dea Molnea .11 0 .fn Minneapolis 14 16 .41
Pueblo a II .:) Kansas City. 13 15 44
"tons. Cy... 1 .44 8t. Paul li 15 444
Omaha It .431 Toledo 11 17 .4M
Lincoln ' 7 10 .41J Icolumhue ..IS 10 .3M
NATL LEAGUE. AMER. ABB N.
Pittsburg ...l 10 .4i i Detroit 17 9 4
Chicago 17 IS ..W7 Bosmn 1 I .640
Philadelphia IS 12 .5;D (New Tork.1. .
Cincinnati .. .15 1 .4M Philadelphia 15 .K
Brooklyn .,..11 14 .4W Chicago ....11 1 .407
Boston 11 15 .ff&'ftt. Louie. ...10 15
ft. Lrrjls. ...14 17 .46S Cleveland ..10 is .SM
New York. ..11 14 .440 Washington IS .JB0
OAMES BCHEDLXED TODAY.
Western league Denver at Omaha,
Wichita at Bioux City. Ttipeka at Lincoln,
Pueblo at Dee Moines. ,
National Iiesgue -Pittsburg at New York,
Cincinnati at Brooklyn. Chicago at Boeton,
St. Louis at Philadelphia.
American League Washington at Cleve
land. Philadelphia at Detroit, New York
at hi. Louis, Hoston at cnieago.
American Association Columbus st Mil
waukee, Toledo at Kansas City, Indian
apolis at Minneapolis, Loulsvlllti at St.
bases: Omaha. 1; Topeka, . Double play:
Kerbs to Andrewa to Downey. Btolen
bases: Fisher. Belden. Time: 1;46. Umpire:
Wheeler. Attendance: 900.
.Votes ot tke Game.
Slugger Bill la coming.
Fanlon did not touch uu Bandera as he has
tha other of Pa's pltchere.
The coins- was fine, and vet Flaher and
Belden Were the only ones able to pilfer a
Bandera cave five bases on balls, which
la a record for that lad. He la generally
pretty stingy with hia passes.
Next cornea Denver from the moluntalns.
with a strong team of ball players. A com
plete new Infield will greet the fane.
Cadman had hia lea- band seed tin until
It waa as stiff as a wooden Tea. but that
did not stop him from hitting the ball.
Flaher batted 1.0WV He drew two naaaes.
hit safe once and beat out a bunt. He also
stole a base and made a run and oaptured
three hard files.
The Topeka' outfield gave a fine demon
stration of the whlpa that Cooley la car
rying around witn mm. Every one of the
trio can throw like lightning.
When Cadman made that hit some r,r
the fane In the bleachere threw eoina at
him, and It kept him and John busy pick
ing them up for some time.- "The fan Is
an appreciative cues."
Cadman caua-ht the last Innlm mit
showed that he waa pretty clever himself
,n.pt,B,nf at ths naaea. He has a whip
which will make eome of the Weetern
league? base stealer alt up And take notice
before the season Is over.
WICHITA PLAYED MISERABLY
Dea Moines Waa Hint Mnch Better,
Wlanlnar Throoajb. Krrara.
DEB MOINES, la., May 19 Wichita put
up a horrible game In the field, the char
itably Inclined giving only (eight errors.
Des Moines had trouble In wtnnlna- at that
and had to call on Lang asraln. Wichita
nea me acore in the seventh, bat with
two out and three men on bases. Weaver
made a wild heava to first, giving Dea
Molnea the game. Both Blersdorfer and
Klrwan were hit easily. Score:
AB. R. H
Colllgan, sa. .,
Mattlck, cf. .,
Kerner, lb. ,,
Dalton, rf. ...
Niehoff, 2b. .,
Klrwan, p. ...
L-arwr, p ,
O. A. E.
Pettigrew, cf. .
Pennell, If. ..,
Hughes. ?b. ...
Holland, lb. .,
Weetersll, Sb. ,
Weaver, e. ...
Totala SO 7 10 24 16 a
Batted tor Bleradorfer in seoond.
Des Molnea 0 5 1 0 0 0 2 08
Wichita I 1 0 1 0 0 2 1-7
Oame waa called the first of the ninth
to allow Wichita to oatch a train.
Hlte: Off Bleredorfer, 4 in two innings;
off Klrwan. 5 in four and two-thirds in
nings. Two-base hits: . Ollmartln, Holland,
Westersll. Three-base hit: Bader. First
base on balls: Off Klrwan, 2; off Lang. 1;
off Bhaner, 6. Hit by pitched ball: Petti
grew, Cole. Paased ball: Weaver. Struck
out: By Bleradorfer. 1; by Laruj. 2; by
Bhaner, 6. Stolen baaea: Bader. Colllgan,
Heckltuier. Double play: Ollmartln to
Colllgan to Kerner. Sacrifice hita: Nel
hoff, Gilmartln. Hecklnger. Anderaon, Pen
nell (I), Weetersll. Time of game: 2 houra.
Attendance: l.OuO. Umpire: Mullen.
RAIN AND HAIL ENDS GAME
Champions Score a Win, 1 to O in
SIOUX CITY. Ia.. May M.-Raln and hall,
driven by a fierce wind, broke up the
gam between Pueblo and Sioux City early
today at the end of tha fifth inning.
Holmes' champions were lucky enough tn
be on the long end of a pitchers' battle.
1 to 0. The run came in the fourth with
one man down. . Andreas and Welch
singled, the former going to third on the
hit or the latter. Hunter hit out a long
sacrifice fly to center field and Andreas
beat the ball to the plate.
Although hit harder then From. Swift
pitched a good game when a safety mean
AB. R H. O. A. E.
Campbell. If 3 0
Crulkshank, cf. 2 0
Andreas. 2b 2 1
Welch. 3b 2 0
Hunter. lb...i 1 0
Btovall, rf .' 2 0
Smith, as 1 0
Bhea, c I 0
From, -p.....' a 0
Klnsel. 3b t 0
Spencer .cf . 1 0
Clarke, lb 8
Hogrtever, rf 2 O-
t'urtla. If 2 0
Mailman. 2b 8 0
Corhan, aa 1 - 0
Mltse. c 1 0
Swift, p 1 ft
Totala II 0. 1 U t ft
Sioux City ,M ft ft ft 1 0-1
Pueblo 0 ft 0 0 0-ft
Stolen bases: Corhan, ' Two-baa hit:
Hunter. Sacrifice hila: ' Shea, Hunter.
Double plays: Btovall to Hunter. Hogriever
to Clark, Ml tie to Clarke.. Struck out:
By Swift. 1. Bases on balls: Off From, 1;
off Swift, 1. Hit by pitched ball: Spencer.
Time: 0.6O. Umpire: Haskell. Attendance:
W . O. W. Team Wants Games.
The Woodman of the World Base Ball
club has oiganlasd for the aeaaun and
would like to hear from all teams playing
an Saturdays only. Addreaa A. H. Katman,
manager of the Woodman of the World
Base Ball club. Woodman of the World
building. The lineup: Shropshire, catcher;
Powell, pitcher; Morrow, pitcher; Kal
man. first base; Nlelds, aecond base;
Clsana, third baae: Smith, ahortstop; Wjn
rath, left field: Burmester, center field;
Yates, right field; Hague, utility; Mont
gomery, mascot; Spoarrt. water carrier.
Green Srlls Two Pltokera. '
LINCOLN. May 1 -The sale of Pitcher
Hockanhury to the Burlington Club in the
Central aaaoliatlon and the sale of Pitcher
Hendrix to Peoria f the Three I league,
were announced by owner Oreen ot the
Lincoln Western league team today.
A Fortaaato Teaaa.
E. W. Oondlna, Dallas. Tex found a aura
cure for malaria nd MlliHisness tn Dr.
King's New Ufo PUla. Sc. For aala by
Beaton Drug Co.
REAL CAME WON BI LINCOLN
Sixteen Inning, with Plenty of
innns an?, uiimaxei.
SCORE THREE TO TWO AT SUNSET
Fo aad Waldroa Mark I s Tnn ot
Grresbaekm' Raaa by Steallaa;
Home, bat Grlsslles ."Never
LINCOLN. Miy 1$.-The Oreenbackers
and the Orlixllea mixed In a thrilling six-teen-lnnlng
battle this afternoon, the Green
tribe annexing the victory by a 3 to 2 score.
Tha rontest abounded In numerous bril
liant plays In the flld. Oagnler accepted
fifteen chances at ahort and Hartman was
a close second, hie solitary error of the
day costing nothing In the run department.
Jude, Lincoln's Indian left fielder, pulled
down ten fly hits, many of them difficult
in the sun, while all of the outfielders were
kept busy chasing long drives. Jones and
Olmstead pitched with superb steadiness,
each Issuing but one walk in the full six
The Oreenbackers scored their first two
rune by steals of home hy Fox and Wl
dron and seemed to have the victory
cinched. hut the Grlialles tied it up In the
ninth. A scratch single gave Manager
Jones a life and Belden followed with a
clean single. Both moved up on an In
field out and Btankard, batting, for Maag,
brought Jones and Belden to the plate,
Belden's run counting on a hairline decis
ion. Tha pitching was up tight the rest of the
gams that neither team came even close to
a acore. In the final Inning Fox led off
with a hit, went to second on Jude' a sac
rifice, to third on Thomas' Infield out tnd
scored the winning run when Davidson's,
flrlva waa too hot for Olmstead and
hounded from his glove. Score:
AValdron, rf 7
Fox. 2b 7
Jude, If 5
Thomaa, lb 7
Davidson, cf 7
Oagvler, sa 6
Prltchett, 3b 0
Jones, p A
Caasaday, rf 7
Jones, cf 7
Belden, If. 7
Hartman, sa 7
Maaa-, 2b 3
Stankard. 2b S
Thompson. 3b 8
Lindsay, lb 8
Zelnram, c 6
Olmstead, p d
R'BH PO A E
1 2 4 0 0
2 8 4 0
0 1 10 0 0
0 1 1 0 0
0 2 2 0 0
0 1 7 0
o o o a o
0 0 3 2 0
0 1 0 2 ft
S 11 4t 19
R BH PO A E
0 14 0 0
1 2 8 0 0
1 2 2 0 0
0 2 8 10 1
0 0 13 0
0 14 10
0 1 10 0
0 2 23 0 0
0 18 2 0
0 0 0 8 0
2 12 47 20 1
Two out when winning run scored.
Lincoln ...1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 I
Denver 0 00000002000000 02
Two base hits: Waldron. Johnes, Hart
man. Double plays: nagnier to Thomss;
Btankard to Lindsay. Stolen base: Fox (2),
Waldron, Jude. Sacrifice hit: Jude,
Zlnram. Bases on balls: Olmstead, 1. Hit
pitched ball: Jones 1. Struck out: Jonee
1. Olmstead 4. Earned runa Lincoln:
Denver 2. Left on bases: Lincoln S; Denver
9. Time of time, 2:35. Umpire Clarke.
Cornhaskers Not Sere of Result When
LINCOLN, May l.-Speclal.)-Arrange.
ments are being made for a big day when
the Kansas uriverslty track team comes to
Lincoln to meet the Cnrnhuekers at the
state fair gTourds Saturday. Special plana
have been laid to get together one of the
largest crowds that ever witnessed a cinder
path contest In this city, and the local
management means to have a section of the
throng composed of university rooters auoh
aa is customary for foot ball games.
Friday afternoon a big rally will be held
In Memorial hall to arouse enthusiasm for
the meet and show the student body what
It means to Nebraska to win this contest
with the Jayhawkers. The rally will be
addressed by Chancellor Avery and several
other prominent members of the faculty.
Manager Eaer today announced that he
would have special seats reserved for the
alumni of the university, many of whom
already have notified him that they will
be on hand for the games. Previous to tha
meet, he said, the cadet band and students
will marfh down O street In a parade, and
then probably take the street cars to the
Couch Dr. Clapp la not bo confident of
defeating the Jayhawkers aa he waa laat
week. Bln.-e the Kansas-Missouri meet Sat
urday, in which contest the Jayhawkers
were victorious for the first time in ten
years, the Ijawrence men are more feared
here than they have been before at any
meet during the laat eight seasons. The
records made by the Jayhawkers tn the
meet Saturday were. In several events, bet
ter than those made by the Cornhuskere
at Minneapolis against the Gophers.
The Jayhawkers proved they will be
strong In the weights, the eventa the Corn-
nuskers had figured on winning. The Kan
sas records for these three eventa Saturday
were better than Collins made at Minneapo
lis and show that the Cornhuskers will
have to Improve In order to win In tha
In the high jump, pole vault, and In sev
eral of the track events the Kansaa ath
letes turned out better records than tha
Cprnhuakers have made at any lima thta
year. Bo good a showing- did tha Jay
hawkers make against Missouri that thev
are given, among the Nebraska students,
more than an even bet at the favorites
for winning against the Cornhuskers.
Dr. Clapp la driving his pupils hard at
their practice and believes he can get them
Into shape to trim the southern athletes,
unlese aome of hie men Buffer Injuries be
fore the games. He says all the Corn
huskers should do better work next Satur
day than they have done at any other time
thla year. He hopes the Jayhawkera will
! not be able to perform In any better way
! than they did against Missouri. If this
proves the esse he will look for a close
victory for his team.
I GOOD NEWS FROM GRAHAM
Operation oa Knee Gives Hop of Aa
George Graham may be alia to return to
baae ball In a few months; at any rate
he probably la not out of the game for
good, as waa feared when he waa hurt tha
other day for the aecond time.
Dr. Kilmer R. Porter operated on the In
jured knee Tueaday. He took out a piece
of cartilage that was torn off and removed
a quantity of pus. He said Graham had
an excellent chance and that the future
depended vary largely upon the possibility
of reaction, which was not greatly feared.
Tha knee waa well drained and cleaned
and Dr. Porter thought ought to heal
rapidly and enable Graham to return to the
game before any great rerlod of time.
Thla newa was hailed with the utmost de
light at the Smoke house, by Pa, Brothers
James and Dava and the othor players, aa
well aa by fans who heard it. But no one
was as delighted aa Graham. He had
worried himself altnoat sick alnce the ac
cident that put him out the other day.
The thought of never being able to play
ball again overwhelmed him. He want with
Cadman as soon ae they returned from tha
grounds to see Dr. Porter and the next day
was ready to go to the hospital and b
operated on. In the meantime, fearing the
Injury was more serious, Pa told him to
forget It for a couple of years and settle
down to other work. Pa had aeceured him
a goou position at a railroad headquarters,
but tha young man stared out Into spaoe
whenever anything waa mentioned but his
Dr. Porter thinka thla cartilage waa torn
off In tha original Injury a year ago and
never healed and thla Induced tha formation
Graham la overjoyed and la a happy as
a Isrk. though occupying a berth In a
hospital. His youth, vigor and determina
tion all are factora In his favor. He aaya
himself ihst ha certainly will be back in
Vandrrbllt'a Horse Wins.
PARIB. Mav l-w K vs-'.erfeilt'a
Chanaos woo the Prix Noelle at Tremblay
Woatoa at Iksrss Springs.
SHARON SPRINGS, Kan. May Ed
ward Pay son VeUn, the pedestrian,
paeoed through Bharon Sprtnrs at noon
today, after spending a few minutes for
lunch, and expressed himself as feeling
fine. He hopes to reach within a few
mllee of Cheyenne Wells before nightfall.
CAMRS 1 AMERICAN t.EAOtE
Philadelphia Wins from Detroit oa
WIM Throw and Two Krrora.
DETROIT, May IK. Bummers made a
wild throw to second and Strange followed
it by muffing two perfect throwe to the
plate In the third inning and frur run re
sulted. After that the AthletioB hit NVh
Pummers and Lafltte all over the field.
Strange was the only Detroit batter who
could find Bender. Sixteen men were
struck out, eight on each aide. Soore:
B.H O A E
C ollin,, tl) .
Thnnoa c. .,
ft Vtlntyre. If. 4
1 Ruh. M 4
"CramfoM, pf. 4
Ol ohh. rf
6 Sianasa. fl. . .
Totals 43 IK 27 11 s Totala 34 31 It 1
Detroit 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0-3
Philadelphia 0 0 4 2 0 2 1 1 0-10
Two-base hits: Stanag. Bendr, Mrln
tyre. Three-base hit: Crawford. Home
run: Murphy. Hits: Off Bummers. 11 In
six Innings: off l-afltte. 4 In three innings.
Sacrifice hits: Baker, Bender. Stolen base:
Davis. Trouble play: Ccllins to Davis.
Ieft on bHses: Detroit, h; Philadelphia, 11.
First base on balls: 0;r Bummers. J: off
Lafitte. 2. First bne t.n errors: Detroit,
2; Philadelphia. 2. P.truck out: By Sum
mers. 8; by Lafltte, 8; by Bender, 8. Time:
1:60. Umpires: Hurst and Evans.
Boatoa Wins from C'hlrasTO.
CHICAGO. May 19.-Boston won the first
gsme or the series from Chicago today by
the acorp of 5 to 2. Steele held the locale
to one hit until the ninth' Inning. Burns
pitched his first game for Chicago and
made a poor showing. Sullivan and Ixird
were forced to retire because of split
fingers and Isbvll was put out for disput
n.H.O.A.E. B.H.O A.C.
MTeWll, lb 4 0 1
OHahn. rf 4
0Dla. ih 3
0 Poimherty, if 4
ttabell. lb I
DAMIaar, lb.,. 1
4 White, cf ... I
OPunall. Sb ... I A
OTannehill. at. 3 1 3
C?ulHan. c... 1 A 3
..14101 Owmii. t 343
Rur'ia. B 3 A A
..37 11 31 II Waltiar 1 0 0
(liter, p 0 A A
Totala 33 I 27 It I
Batted for Burns In the eighth.
Chicago 00010000 1 2
Boaton 0 02 0 0 1 2 0 0-5
Hila: Off Burna. 1 In eight innings: off
Buter, 1 In one Inning. Sacrifice hits: Pur
tell, 8tshl, McConnell, Hooper. Stolen
bases: Dougherty, Altlser. Bnesker, Carrl
gsn, Hooper, Steele.. Double playi Purtell
to lobell to Sullivan. Left on bases: Chi
cago. 8: Boston, 9. First base on balls:
Off Burns, 1; off Steele, 2. Hit with pitched
hall: By Burns, Ixird. Struck out: By
Burna, 3: by Steele. 3. Time: 1:45. Um
pires: O'Lougnlln and' Pirrine.
Highlanders Drreat Browns.
ST. LOUIS. May 19.-New York took the
opening game of the series here today hy
a aoore of 6 to 1. Powell was not in form
and gave way to Crlsa after New York
had. gained a winning lead. Qulnn waa
taken out of the box by the visitors when
he lost control. Lake finished for him.
NEW YORK. gT. LOI-IS.
B.H.O.A.B B H O A I
M 4 3 3 A SMcAla... 1 ? , , V
Kaeler. rt.... 3
OHartaall. rt.. 4 A I A
Elberfeld. 3b. 4
A Hoffman, cf. . 4
La porta, lb
Auatln, as . i
1 Wallace, aa ..
1 OCrlsar. e
3 tiPowell, p....
3 SCriaa, p.......
Totsle 35 3 27 It 1 Totala....
Bt. Louis l 0 0 0 0
New York 0 0 4 0 0
33 4 33 IS 3
0 0 0 0-4
0 0 1 0-5
Two-base hit: Cree. Thru.hii. m.. i.-,-.
now. Bacrlflce hlta: Keeler, Engie. Double
foTu.tYn"1.1?10 W.lhWto ones; Lake
Klefnoi," tS,S4M,-, Stolen baaea: Auatln.
Klelnow. Wild pltchea: Powell, Qulnn.
Lake Cries. Bases on halls: Off Powell
4; off Crlsa, 8: off Qulnn, 1. Struck out
By Powell. 2: by Cries, 4; by Qulnn 2? hv
Iake. 4. Hits: Off Powell. Tn three in
&: L'"- . ,n Innings? off
Cleveland Defeats Washington.
Itf IlEfcAiNDl .May "-Cleveland broke
Wa.n?,fJon,n,tTre"t ,i1ay and tested
L','1". 7 to 4. Yount outpltched
Bmlth with men on bases. Score: p,u-n?a
Coode. rf. ...
onrowna. If. .. 4
AConrov. 3ta.. 4
0 Dalahanty. Sb 4
APonohue, Ih.. 3
jrravatb, rf.. 3
A McBrlss, aa.
34 13 3T 14 I'FVaeman
.33 10 24 I
Batted for McBride in ninth,
-oaiiea ror street In ninth.
Batted for Smith In ninth.
Cleveland 2 2 1 0 0 0
Washington o o 1 n n n
First base on rrnn r'l&t.Aian
DJ hlt- Hlnchman, Bradley, La'lole, DonI
ii nus: conroy. Delehantv
Home run: Lord. Sacrifice hits: Hlnch
man. Bmlth. Btolen base: Good". Double
P'y: Bradley (unaesteted). Left on baaea
- 7:T.,hln".,nwn- Struck omi
t-r.ISnrM7: "y.flmith. 2. Passed ball:
fn"d,eKreyrinT,me: Vt rmp,r';
DEXVER COMES FOR FOPR GAMES
Ganthorpe aad Hla Mlchtr Grlsslles
Start In Thursday.
Gunthorpe, the Nebraska owner of the
Denver team will bring his Mountaineers to
m? A Thursday for a four days series
with the Rourke family, and some big do
may be expected at Vinton street park
mi that P'od. Some old favorites
win be seen In the Denver lineup while
some new faces will be sprung on the
Omaha fans. Charlie Jones is one of tue
most popular chape who ever wore a Don
ver uniform and aa manager of the team
haa helped Mr. Gunthrope to change the at.
tltude pf the Denver fana towards the
team. Lindsay. Maag. Thompson snd
Hartman are the three Infleldera and they
are ell new to the Western league. Friday
will be ladlea' day. The line-up:
Kane First Lindsay
King Second Maag
Pendry Third Thomnson
Frsnck Short Hartman
Flaher Ift Belden
Belden Center Jones
Welch Right Cassadv
Oondlng Catch Zinran
Cadman Catch Zalusky
Banders Pitch Bohanon
Hnllenheck Pitch Olm-ted
Johns Pitch allien
8walni Pttch ." Jackson
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DODGERS SHUT OUT PIRATES
Bell Stopi the Winning- Streak of
TWO HITS OFF HIS DELIVERY
rhllltpne Alan Pitches
and Keeps Hits Well
F.xcrpt In the Sixth
BROOKLYN. May 1!.-Bell t..pped the
winning streak cf the Pittsburg today,
ahuttlng them out, 2 to 0. with two hits,
one of them a scratch that might have
been called an out. Phllllppe alao pitched a
great game, Brooklyn b only two runs com
ing in the sixth, when Hummel singled,
Jordan walked and Lennox brought them
both home with a long double to left.
BROOKLYN. riTTSFI KO
Burrh. If 4
Hummel, aa . 4
Alperman, 3b I
Jnrrian, lb.... 1
Lennox, Sb. . . I
Kualna. rf 3
ratteraon, cf. 3
0 Parheau. Sb.
OLrarh, cf ...
0 Miller. 3b...
fl Wllann, rf...
.3 1 37 13
0 0 0 0 0
24 3 34 11 1
i 0 0 '-I
...0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0-0
Two-haao hits: Alperman, Lennox, rscri
flce hits: Ahsteln. Alperman, Jordan.
Btolen base: Wagner. Left on iaes: Pitts
burg, 3: Brooklyn. 8. Baser, on balls: Off
RpII 1: off Phlllltme. 1. Struck out: Hell.
Time: i:u. i mpires; m-
ler and Truby
Blgaest Srors or aon.
NEW YORK, May 19. New York ran up
the biggest score of the National league
season, winning from Cincinnati. 18 to 8.
In a game In which twenty-eight players
were used. The locals scored five runs off
Dubec In tho first Inning after two men
were out, and hue were plentiful. Score:
NEW YORK. CINCINNATI
Murrar. rf. ...
3 1110 Ean
4 13 3 1
OLrf.ban. Jb ...
OPaakert. If ...
0 Mi-Lean, o...'.
0 Dubec. p
.31 W 37 O'Mowrey
Totala 34 I 34 14. I
...6 1 0 7 4 1 0 0
Devlin, Bchlel. 'Brldwell.
Three-base hit: Wlltse.
Home run: Tenney. Sacrifice hits: Tenney,
Downev. Left on bases: Cincinnati, e;
New York 4. Base bn errors: New York, 1.
Struck out: By Wlltse. 3: by Bavldge. 2;
hy Cant well. 1. Bases on balls: Off Dubec,
2: off Savldge, 3; off Cant well, 1; off Dur
ham, 1. Hit with pitched ball: By Bav
ldge. 1. Wild pitch: Bavldge. Hits: Off
Dubec. 4 In one Inning; off Bavldge, 9 In
four Innings: off Cantwell. 3 In three In
nings; off Wilts. 2 in alx Innings; off Dur
ham, n in tnree innings, rime: 1:05. um
pires: Klem and Kane.
Boston la Shnt Oat.
BOSTON, May 19. Although Manager
Bowerman shifted the batting order Boston
could not win from Bt. Louis today, the
visitors scoring a shut out, 2 to 0, thus
taking the entire series of four games. Be
sides Bailee's pitching Charles' fielding waa
a feature. Score:
ST. LOtMS. BOSTON.
Byrne, Sb 4 1 1 1 OPahltn, at... I 113 0
4 3 3 ft npatea. It 4 0 3 0 1
Breanahan, e. 4
Konatibr. lb. 4
1 Sweeney. 3b . 4 1 1 10
0 Beaumont, ef. 4 3 1 0 0
(iRIfhry, ih... 4 A I 4 0
Abraham, aa. .. 3 1 1 t 4
ftBnwerman, e. 3 0 T 6 a
0 Bark, lb 0 0 0
e Turkey, p..., I 1 0 2 0
"stem 1 1 0 0
Evana. rf 3
Delahanty, rf 1
Kills. If 3
Hulawltt. as.. 3
Charles, 3b... 4
Salle, p 3
White, p 0 0 0
..33 in2 It 1
31 I 17 11
Bates out. hit by batted ball.
Batted for Tuckey In eighth.
St. Louis 00010001
Boston 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
.Hits: Off Tuckey, 9 In eight Innings
tVhite, 1 in one inning. Sacrifice
Delehanty. Stolen bases: Bates. Double
plays: Dahlen, 'Ritchey and Beck (2),
Sweeney, Ritchey and Beck: Charles and
Konetchy; Bailee, Charles and Konetchy;
Graham and Beck. Left on bases: Boaton,
6: St. Louis. 6. First base on balls: Off
Bailee, 1; off Tuckey. 1; off White. 1.
First base on errors: Boston, 1. Struck out:
By Tuckey, 4; by Bailee. 1. Time: 1:30.
Umpire: O'Day and Cmslte.
C'nbs Are Defeated,
PHILADELPHIA, May 19.-Chlcago waa
defeated here today, 4 to 2. Reulbarh was
very wllld and was taken off the rubber
in the first inning. McQuillan began to
weaken in the seventh Inning and Moren,
who took his place, had Chicago at his
Oa borne, cf.
PEvara. 3b . 4
Osheckard. If.. 4
Osrhulta, rf ... 4
0 Hofman. cf. .. 4
OStelnt.ldt. 3b 4
0 Howard, lb... 3
Tinker, aa.... 3
0 Moran, c 3
OReulbach, p . 0
OKfoh, P 3
Totala.!. ...33 mil Totsla ...
Chicago 1 0 0 0 4
Philadelphia 3 0 t 0 i
Two-base hits: McQuillan
.31 t 34 11 3
0 10 02
1 0 0
Stelnfeldt. Hlta: Off Reulbach, 1 In one
third inning: off Kroh, 6 In seven and two
third innings; off McQuillan, 6 In six in
nings, and none out In seventh. Bacrlflce
hits: Knabe, Titus, Osborne. Stolen baae:
Magee, Shean. Double play: Howard,
Tinker and Howard. Left on basea: Phila
delphia. 8; Chicago, 3. Base on balls: Oft
Reulhach, 2; off Kroh. 1. Base on errors:
Philadelphia, 2. Hit hy pitched ball: By
Reulbach, Hhean; by Krnh. Knabe. Struck
out: By McQuillan, 4; by Kroh, 6; by
Moren, 3. Balk: Kroh. Time: 1.53. Um
pires: Johnstone and Cusack.
WHESTl.lMi PERMIT IS REF18ED
Charles City Sports Experience Some
CHARLES CITY, la., May 19. -(Special.)
Mayor John U. Lege! has refused per
mission to Walter Anderson of Mason City
and r'red Sexton of Osage to have a wrest
ling match In this city. Whether the mayor
got his wires crossed and locked upon the
cutch-as-catch-can contests In the same
light as a contest with the gloves. Mar
quis of Queensbery or Ixindon prise ring
rules, or whether he thinks the toe hold
Is brutal, Is not clear. The mayor has
been in office onlv a month, and waa
elected by aid of the sporting element aa
well aa the religious element, who com
bined to defeat Captain Baldwin, who has
been mayor for twenty-five years. He has
to be good to both elements, and aa the re
ligious element gets this Inning It Is In or
der for him to throw the next sop to the
THE CURE F0H
Back to Omiiha
to Play Third
Skipper Bill and Pitcher Xeeley Are
Bought from Washington
" Skipper Bill; otherwise, William Bchlpke
will be bark on third base for Omaha
Friday. And that Is not all. Pitcher Bert
Keeley of Washington will be on the pitch
ing staff of Omaha.
This Information, though not given out
at the Smoke House, came to The Her by
Associated Press dispatch from Washing
ton. Manager Joe Cantlllon of the Sen
ators waa quoted. The same mesasge said
that Cantlllon stated that Jiggs Donuhue,
recently acquired from the White Box,
would captain Washington. Bchlpke and
Keeley Were sold to the RourkeB.
Schipke will be placed on third perma
nently and Pendry used aa utility' man. '
Skipper BUI will certainly get a warm
reception when bt returns to Omaha. He
was a member of the team that brought
the pennant to Omaha in 1W4 and made
himself popular here, where lie played two
seaaone. He came to Omaha a raw boy
from St. Louis and made good. His field
ing attracted attention and Cleveland fi
nally got him, but let him slip back to
the minora and the Cantlllona secured him
for their Des Molnea team. Then Joe can
tlllon took him to Washington. He has
made good right along In the big league
with his fielding, but has been a bit shy
at bat. Omaha will be vaetly strengthened
by the addition of Schipke.
Bert Keeley pitched seventeen games for
Washington last season and won six, which
was good considering Washington waa a
low team. Pa Rourke, in confirming the
report, after he was told of Its receipt,
eald they would leave Cleveland laat night
and be here Friday morning, ready for the
game that day. Keeley is a right-handed
. Keeley pitched In the two games the
Senators played thla spring In Omaha and
Sot a hit In each.
UAMES IS AM EH I CAM ASSOCIATION
Colambas Wins from Milwaukee Four
M"l T.W A t'Vtak- ui xm
Work hehlnrf t n m Ka, n nkU,i ,
ble for the victory of the visitors, who
won A tn 1 iZlw U. - a - - . . . ,
. w uasua nrro sioicn on
Moran, Kruger leading with three. Good-
vi n naJ vaHI.4 W.. 4 -.1 a a .
v.-vj, pui-iieu Bona oan wun
iTlHn nn Kutinaa &hr,.ll.A.. . i a
v., vu.. uv. 1 1 niiuci n u iv i it'n h ponrj
?f1eand w,lh fl04 uppcrt wouM have
a vvsau.iiuuB uuwii tu une run. ocure :
Kruger. cf.: 4 1 i 0 0 ST-oInn" lb " t U 0 S
Conaa ion rt a A n n .T .. ' 1 10 0 0
o.-..,,. io..:: s JcTaX'sb:::. is:
" J ? 1 OCollina, if 4 1 I S n
OoodwlD, P -4Jll J Schn.bsrV p i 1 J 4 J
Totala II Mill i . . . .
Milwaukee o o l o n" a n
Columbua i n o 1 I n n X XTJ
1' wn.h, u hi... w , , .
Vi--ri.i. 1 ""riarny, ooodw n.
iSrf nfe 0-n"lt0" Mccormick.
Schneiberg I; by Goodwin, 7. Time: i.li.
Distillers Beat Saints.
ST PACL, May l.-Loulsvllle hit
Qehring and Hall hard In the fleet three
Innings and with the aid of St. Paula
errora got a lead, which St. Paul could
not overcome. Louisville winning, 7 to 4
oelehantye batting waa the feature.
fl- ,pu! t 0 0 0 1 I M nil
Louisville J 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 1-7
Two-base hits: Woodruff, Delohanty.
Home runs: Delehanty, Peltx. Stolen
base: Cockman. Hita: Off Genrlng. 3 In
one Inning; off Hall, 9 In three Inning.
Base on balls: Off Hall, 8; off Puttmann.
1; off Qehring, 1. Struck out: By Hall. ;
by Puttmann, 3. Wild pitch; Puttmann
Bacrlflce hltsi Davis, Pelts, Puttmann.
Left on bases: 8t Paul, S; Louisville, 10.
Time: 10. Lmpire: King.
game postponed: wet grounds.
Meadowbrook 'leant Wins.
LONDON, May 19. The Meadowbrook
polo team scored another victory today by
defeating the Ranelagh team by 11 to 4.
The Quickness and teamwork or tha a
leans waa enthusiastically commented upon.
Glldden Car Leaves Junction City.
E3. M. F. car. the pathfinder of the Olid
den tour, left here at 7:80 this morning
with th I nt.nt ln n 9 , V. .
........ aw., . ,, vii run IO
Kansas City, 140 miles distant, before night.
Hoi Ira Want Game.
The Hollvs are without a name for n.m.
day, May 23. Any team having an open
date call Henry Bressman, 'phone Webster
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