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WICHITA TWICE THUMPED
Bourkei Give Viiiton Awfal Drub
bing in Second Game.
FIRST NOT DimCUIT, EITHER
Lower and Keeley Shine, Latter
Having Rrokra t.nilnt litre sat
Oraha Motm to Second
Plaoa in Rare.
Omaha, 9; Wichita, 1
Ornaho, 1; Wichita, 8.
Omaha baa moved from fourth to second
Two f&nwii wr taken from the Hol
landers Sunday afternoon to the great it
light of a vast array of fana who filled
every available aeat In Pa'i grandstand
and bleachers, swarming over the field
made ground rules necessary. It was a
typical holiday crowd and how It did en
Joy the sport of seeing the Jayhawkers
humbled and cast from their proud por
tion near the top of the ladder.
Pa has been laying awake nights figuring
on Just how he would win those two games
and move Into second place. He began
to talk about It Inst Thursday and kept It
up until he believed It, then he got all
the players to thinking the same way and
where there Is such unity of purpose It
had to be done. I'a figured that If he
saved Lower and Keeley to do the pitching
Sunday the proud colors of Wichita would
be lowered. It lias come to pass.
lower' won the first game and Keeley
dittoed in the second. It was a great day
for Keeley for his hoodoo Is now broken
and he l once more In a position to win a
few ball games When Keeley came to
Omaha he won rU straight. He then kept
losing until he had blown six and now the
turn In the road has ' coma and Pa has
another winning pitcher on tils staff.
Lower had Jut one bad Inning all through
tho first game and errors by Fisher, Kane
and I'cndry. .were what made that bad
Lurlng the mixup from these three errors
and a.stntlle and a double Wichita scored
three runs which was all the Kansans
were able to get during the game,
Omaha started to score In the second
innln when Kane was passed. King
singlet' 8chlpke hit for two sacks and
Fianok for one which, with Clark's error,
ifave Omaha four runB. In the third, three
tingles, 'an error, wild pitch, and a passed
ball gave three more.
. second Game m Massacre
The second game wa simply a slaughter
of the innocents from the very start.
Plymton, the college lad who had shut
out Des Moines Saturday, was sent In to
do the work, and the first two balls
pitched to Fisher looked as though he
was going to be hard to catch. But with
Fisher then In the hole, Plymton hit him
in the slats with a pitched ball and that
was the beginning of the end of Mr.
Plymton. He was relieved In the fifth in
ning by Captain Hughes, who plays short.
Hughes had played short and then caught
the day before at Des Moines. It was
off the pitching 6f Mr. Hughes that Omaha
scored eight runs hr the sixth Inning and
two In the seventh.'
The downfall of Mr. Plymton started
when he hit Fisher in the first. Pendry
i j rove Fisher home with a double and
Welch walked. Kane hit a single and
Welch and Pendry scored, having advanced
a base on a passed ball. King beat out
u ijunt u..u .vane scored on Schlpke's
grounuii' .u iiie pitcher.
,ci. u.i ..e bull to the middle field
ffi.ee iii tne luui'th inning (or as pretty
u ii.iiL-.atiK nil as one would wish to
bee. And three were on bases when he
hit it. Keeiey, Fisher and Pendry had
euch singled when Welch came to bat.
The college lad was In a quandary. To
pass the doctor meant to force in a run.
He might better have issued the pass.
Welch caught the ball sciuarely, and If
the fence had ' not stopped the ball It
probably would have been rolling yet. As
it was the center fielder had to take time
In recovering from the chase after the
And then came. Captain Hughes. He
has curves, but he can't curve them where
the Kourke family cannot hit them, and
as a consequence " many batting averages
were fattened. '
Tudy will be ladles' day.
Score, first game;
' Ai. R. H. O. A. E,
Pihr, If i 1
Penury, it t
ticii, ri s
Kane, ' I it . $
ting, cf I
r ration, ss
Luuer, p .
30 8 10 27
AB, K. H. O.
Green,.' lb ...
Hughes,, ss ..
I'eniiell, c ...
. t stertt), ' Sb
Mtudlelon. If .
Robei'is, rf ...
7 24 12
1 1 0
...00 1 1 1 3 00 2-7
Two-base' hits: Schlpke, Lower, Middle-
ton. Green, Cola Passed ball: -Pennell.
Wild pilch: Clark. First base on balls:
Oif Lower, 2; off Clark. 4. Struck out:
By Lower, 4: by Clark. 6. Left on bases:
Omaha, I; Wichita, 10. Double plays:
Hushes (unassisted), Hughes to Oreen.
Stolen bases: Franck. Gondtog Fisher,
Pendry, Westersli. Sacrifice hlvs: Welch,
Franck. Gondlng. Time:. l.M). Umpire:
Score, second game:
AB. R. H. O. A.
Fisher. If 6 3 2 0 0
King, cf and ss
Hollenbeck, cf ..
17 24 11
Col. 2t 4 1
Graen. lb t 0
Hutfhes. ss and p .... 8 0
Pennell, If and ss ... 4 0
Weitersll. 3b 4 0
Mtddleton, cf 4 1
Pettlgrew, rf 3 1
Roberts, e 2 0
Plynipton. p 2 0
Bhaner, If 3 0
Totals 31 3
Runs 4 0 1
Hits 2 0 0
0 21 13
3 18 1
4 0 0 4 -17
1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1-8
10 13 0 110-4
TuD-bau hits: Pendry. Hollenbeck. Cad-
man, Pettlgrew. Mlddleton. Pennell. Three
baa hlta: Welch (3. Passed ball: Rob
erta. First base en balls: Oft Keeley. 3;
off Plympton. 1. Hit by pitched ball: By
Heeler. 2; by Plympton. 1; by riui(nei, j.
Left on bases: Omaha, T; Wichita. 10.
Tinnhla nUva:. Pendrv to Kane. Pettl-
srrew to Pennell. Stolen bases: Fisher
111. Pendry. Sacrifice hits: Schlpke
Green. Time: 1:M. Umpire: Haskell. At
Kolas of tho Game.
Toward the and of the came Captain
Fraaia thought ha would lay off, so be
put King on short and Holly In the middle
garden. Both missed every ball that came
their way after the change.
It was the banner crowd of the season.
Thousands of fana are rejoicing that
Keeley has come back to bis own.
Holland Is not framed up for so many
double-headers in suooession and his pitch
ers seem to need a rest.
Pa's new grandstand and the old stand
and the bleachers were all filled and about
LOU0 took a sun bsth on the lawn.
Brother Dave did a thrifty business In
red lemo. It was Just the kind of a day
for the fans to drink any old thing.
Danny Green tried to bite himself, so
mad did he get when Jack Haskell called
one of his pokes a foul. The ball scooted
down the first base line and would have
been a double, but the ump aald nay.
CnAIHPIO.HI DBPEAT GRIZZLIK9
Crowd So Large that Ground. Rales
SIOUX CITT. July 11. The Champions
won the first game of the series from
Lenver toaay, 10 a, neiore a large nunaay
crowd. Ground rules were necessary.
Holmes sluasers started after P. Hohan-
non In the second Inning. Towne got a base
on balls, stole seoond and scored on Ed
mondson's two-bagger. The latter scored
on a sacrifice and a fielder's choice. Bo-
hannon was sent to the bench and Kick
Adams went on the slab, but the Cham
pions made three more in the third on a
pass to Smith, Towne s single and doubles
by Edmonsarn and Welch. Chabek was
twirling good ball for the Champions and
five runs looked like enough to win.
But at the start of the fourth the Orls
slles commenced to bat and at the end if
their half of the sixth had the score tied
up. The locals came right back, however,
in tnetr nan. uoimes oanea lor i,naoex
and doubled. Campbell sacrificed, Hunter
ot a dsss and stole second. Smlh then
singled and two runs crossed the plate.
Ldmonaiioil lonowea wun a lerruio noma
run, which won the game. Freeman
pitched the last three innings, not a hit
being made off him. He struck out five
men. Edmondson's batting was the feature
of the game. Score:
H. O. A.
0 0 0
9 U 27 19
AB. R. H. O.
Cassady. rf 4 0 0
Jones, cf 6 11
Stankard, 2b 4 12
Lindsay, lb 0 v 0
Adams, p 8 0 0
Maag, 3b ,..3 1 2
Helden, If 4 0 0
Hartman, as 8 0 0
Thompson, c 4 1 1
Bohannon, p, lb 4 1 2
Totals..... 84 6
Batted for Chabek In fifth,
Bloux City 0 2 8 0 0
Denver 0 0 0 2 1
2 0 0 0-6
Two-base hits: Edmondson (3), Welch (2).
Hunter, Holmes, Bohannon (2), Maag.
Stankard. Home run: Edmondson. Sacri
fice hits: Welch, Campbell. Stolen bases:
Towne, Smith, Hunter. Hits: Off Bohan
non, 1 In two Innings; off Adams, U in
six Innings; off Chabek, 8 In six Innings.
Bases on balls: Off Bohannon, t; on Ad
ams, l; oft Chabek, 4. BtrucK out: y una-
bek, 8; by Freeman, 6; 'by Bonannon. z;
by Adams, 2. Passed balls: Thompson (21.
Hit with pitched ball: Andreas, Campbell.
Time: 2:05. Umpire: Glenalvln. Attendance:
Three Thousand Fana See Game
Transferred to St. Joseph.
ST. JOSEPH. Mo.. July 11. Lincoln won
hands down from Pueblo today In a Sun
day game transferred from the Nebraska
capital. The score was to 0. i ne rseoras
kans piled up eight In the third on seven
hits off Swift, a base on balls and two
errors. Swift steadied ana pucnea line
ball to the finish. Nagle was In prime
form for the PUebloans, striking out nine
batsmen and holding Pueblo to five hits.
Only one Pueblo runner saw third base.
Lincoln played a perfect game In the field,
when Nagle slipped up on an easy chance
after two batsmen were out. Sullivan led
In the hitting for Lincoln, stirring tswin
for three clean singles. Manager Fox
nlaved a fine fielding game for Lincoln.
The Llncoln-Wlchlta game, scheduled for
next Sunday, probably will be transferred
to St. Joseph. A crowd of 3,000 saw the
game today, score:
AB. R. H. O. 'A. E.
Hogrlever. 3b 2 0
Fox. 2b 3 1
Waldron, rf t 1
Thomas, lb 3 2
Oagnler, ss 3 1
Davidson, cf 4 1
Jude, If 4 1
Sullivan, o 4 1
Nagle, p 4 1
O. A. E.
...21 6 24 16
..0 1 8 0 0 0 0 0
..0 000 0 0400-0
Hogrlever to Fox to
Thomas; Walters to Clark. Left on bases:
Llnooln, 3; Pueblo, 10. Stolen bases: David
son. Soencer (2). Sacrifice . hits: Fox (2)
Gagnler. Struck out: By Nagle, 8; by
Swift, 3. Bases on balls: urr xsagle, S;
off Swift, 4. Wild pitch: Swift. Passed
ball: Sullivan. Time: 1:60. Umpire: Mullin.
Great Throw Home by Baaer Decides
DES MOINE8, July 11. A great throw
home by Bader In the ninth Inning shut
Topeka off with one run and gave Des
Moines tne game, i to l. uiersoorier pitcnea
good ball with few exceptions. Des Molues
scored two runs in tne rirtn on tour suc
cessive hits. The fielding on both sides
was lomtwnit erratic, boore:
AB. R. II
O. A. E.
1 1 1
2 0 0
7 0 0
11 1 0
0 I 1
a n 1
O. A. E.
2 0 0
1 0 0
1 8 0
6 1 1
0 2 0
24 U 2
0 0 0 2
0 0 0 1-1
Dal ton, rf
. 4 0
Des Moines 0 0 0 0 t
ToDeka 0 0 0 0 0
Twe-base hit: Mattlck. Bases on cans:
Off Blersdorfer. 4; off Wright, 4. Struck
out: Bv Blersdorfer, 10; by Wright, 1.
Stolen bases: Dwyer, Dalton. Sacrifice
hits: Fenlon. Kerns. Left on bases: Des
Moines, 10; Topeka. 8. Time: 1:54. Umpire:
Clark. Attendance: 2,000.
Jetter Brenera Beat Soldiers.
' In a hot ten-Inning game the Jetter
Brewers defeated Company E of Fort
Crook yasterday by the score of 11 to 6.
In the tenth Ketuhall weakened and al
Inu ,1 tha Brewers 10 tally six times.
Hoffman and Miller did brilliant work for
the victors, while Blrsch played a spec
tacular game for the so.dlers. The bat'
terles: Brewers. Tlllan, Hlatt and Hoi
brook; soldiers. Blrsch and Ketchell.
Hanaera Trim Minorities.
Chief Bender pitched his first game for
the 1. angers yesterday and scalped the
Mtd Cities of South Omaha by the one
aided score of 14 to 4. errors letting in four.
of the runs for the Mid Cities. Bender
held the visitors to five hits and struck
out thirteen tueo la seven Innings. All the
Place; Lincoln Blanks Pueblo; White Sox Take One
Standing of the Teams
WEST. LEAOt'R. AMER. AS9 N.
W.I, Pet I W.LPct.
Sioux City... 41 24 .S13 Milwaukee ..45 39 .fC
Omaha M 31 .S.M, Minneapolis 45 40
Denver .15 80 .b'V St. Paul 41 3 .513
Wichita 37 32 .55S Indianapolis 48 41 .5 LI
Des Moines. .85 31 .530; Louisville ...48 41 .5X1
Topeka 82 84 .46 Columbus ...42 48 . 494
Pueblo 25 40 .8 Kansas City .86 43 .456
Lincoln 25 44 .3 Toledo 37 45 .451
NAT L LEAGUE. AM ER. LEAGUE.
Pittsburg ...52 19 .733! Detroit 47 28 .627
Chicago 48 S .Ki Philadelphia 46 27 .425
New York. ..44 27 597 Boston 43 32 .878
Clnclnunatl .88 8: .5l2Cleveland ...40 b .564
Philadelphia 81 38 . 44 New York.. ..32 88 .451
St. Louis. ...27 40 40U Chicago 80 41 .423
Brooklyn ....25 46 .3J28t. Louis 80 43 .411
Boston 31 49 i0 Washington 38 48 .824
Western League Wichita at Omaha, To
peka at Des Moines, Pueblo at Lincoln,
Denver at Sioux City.
National League Pittsburg at New York,
Cincinnati at Brooklyn, Chicago at Phila
delphia, St. Louis at Boston.
American League New York at St. Louis,
Boston at Chicago. Washington at Cleve
land, Philadelphia at Detroit.
American Association Kansas City at St.
Psul, Columbus at Louisville, Toledo at In
dianapolis, Milwaukee at Minneapolis.
Rangers hit the ball hard and forced Mo
Masters to retire after four innings. Next
Sunday the Rangers play the Brodegaard
Crowns at Thirtieth and Spauldlng at 2
o'clock. The Rangers would be more than
fileased to arrange games with the follow
ng teams, who beat them when the team,
they say, was crtppled: Monmouth Parka,
Banner Lodge, F. U. A.'s and the Walter
O. Clarks. Call the manager after 6 p. m ,
Webster 2297. Score: R.H.E.
Mid Cities 8 000200663
Rangers 2 2 1 2 4 2 -16 21 2
Batteries: Bender and Overman; McMas
ters, Ingland and Clarke.
AMERICANS BLANK. WEST SIDES
Game Marked by Good Fielding; on
Part of Victorious Nine.
The Americans, although somewhat
crippled on account of Injuries, shut out
the West Sides Sunday at Florence by a
score of 4 to 0.
The Amerioans outplayed them in every
point of the game. The nearest the West
Sides came to scoring was in the ninth,
when F. Drummy led off with a double
and' his brother followed him with a sin
gle. Brodbeck struck out the next man,
Ixnny cut a man off at the plate and the
last batter hit to Brodbeck.
Brodbeck pitched his usual good game,
striking out seven, keeping the hits scat
tered and not walking one.
The fast fielding and hitting of the
Americans was noteworthy, Collins getting
the honors, accepting eight out of nine
hard chances at third, getting three hits
out of four times at bat and stealing four
bases. Next Sunday the Americans will
play the Townsends. Score:
AMERICANS. WEST SIDES.
Collins. 8b... 4 8 4 4 1 HnwXtr. cf.. 4 1
1 4 v
4 3 4
3 0 1
4 0 0
Pyri-rt. It... 1 0 2 0 0 Kane, rf 4
Rapp. ib 4 3 1 0 Rica, e 4 4
1 i v v Kofilll. ,.. i
4 13 10 f Dnjmmjr.li 4 I
4 8 4 0 0 W Dniinmy.2d 1
4 140 How.ll. p.... I 4
117 10 Youaetn, lb.. 8 1
8 0 0 4 0 Barr, If 4 0
ft rod back, p.
Totala 33 13 17 11 1 Totals It 4 34 3
Americans 0 2 0 1 1 0 2 0
West Sides 0 0 0 0 0 0 C 0 0-0
Two-bivnM hits: Fox. Fagen, Taibot, F.
Drummy. Stolen bases: Collins (4h Fox,
Talbot, Howley, Howell, W Drummy, Balr.
Sacrifice hits: Dygert,- Brodbeok, Howell.
Hit with pitched ball: Tousem. Struck
out: By Brodbeck, 7; by Howell. &. Time:
1:25. Umpire: D. Kennedy.
HOLLYS WIN B LARGE SCORE
W. G. Clark Nine Holds Lead Up to
Fifth Inning; of Game.
The Hollys easily won from the W. O.
Clark nine at the Benson Eagles' park. Up
to the fifth Inning the game was Interest
ing, the loeeis holding the lead, 2 to 1, with
English pitching well. But In the fifth
inning the Hollys started to find htm in
bunches and ran their score up to 12, hold-
Inr the Ciarks to two runs. Mui-Dhv. the
I Holly's shortstop, was out of the game
with a broken finger, and Buck Kucera,
the Benson lnflelder, was drafted for the
occasion and handled his six chances per
fectly. Next Sunday the Hollys will go to
Atlantio and attempt to stop the lowans
victorious career. Up to this Sunday the
Grays of that own had yet to be defeated.
HOLXYS. W. a CLARKS.
Fatrooar, cf. 4 1 t 4 0 Orria, cf I 1 4 0 1
Kallr, ib.... 6 3 3 0 o Kaar. lb 6 10 0 1
Olllham, lb.. 4 1 4 3 4 Hooper, rf... 4 110 0
Oibaon, e.... 4 3 4 1 0 Edmunaon.lb 4 114 4
M'Andrawt.rf 110 0 I Hunt. If 4 1 3 0 4
Kuaaum. Ik.. 4 0 10 0 Kdaon, lb... 4 10 0 1
Kucera, aa...l 3 I 4 0 Blanchard, as 4 1 I 1 1
Breaamao. If. 3 1 1 1 8 Vallen, C....0 4 14 0
Kallr. p 4 3 4 1 1 Enillib, p... 4 10 11
garaoaoa, (., I 4 I M
Totals U 14 3738
Totals. .... .IT 7 34 4 4
Hollys 0 0 0 1 4 0 4 3 12
W. O. Clarks 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0-2
Two-base hits: Falconer. J. Kelly. Gib
son, Bressman (2). Sacrifice hits: Falconer,
Kussum, Kucera, Bressman. Sacrifice fly:
Kucera. Stolen bases: Hollys, 17. Struck
out: By P. Kelly, 6; by English, 4. Bases
on balls: Off Kelly, 1. Hit with pitched
ball: By English, i
FRANK G. SELEE IS BURIED
Former Base Ball Magmata's Fnneral
at Melrose, Mass.
MELROSE. Mass., July 11 The funeral
of Frank G. Seles, formerly manager of
the Boston Nationals and the Chicago Na
Uonals, who died in Denver, was held
here today in the First Methodist Epls
copal church, which Mr. Selee attended
when a young man. The services were
conducted by Rev. W. T. Perrln, pastor
of the church.
Riversides Still Winning;.
The Riversides added another game to
their list by defeating the Little Missouri
bsse ball team in a game full of sensa
tional plays at Duffy's park by the score
of 3 to 0. Murray, who pitched for the
Riversides, was Invincible and allowed but
two hits. The colored team played good
ball, but were Outclassed by the fast play
ing and the good hitting of the Riversides.
The feature of the game was the fast
double play made by the Riversides In the
ninth Inning. Score: R.H.E.
Riversides 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 08 0
L. M 0 00000000-422
Batteries: Riversides, Murray and Dlneen;
Little Missouri. Stark and YVnaley.
Glenwood Defeata Plattsmouth.
PLATTSMOUTH, Neb., July 11. (Spe
cial.) The Glenwood team defeated the
locals on the Plattsmct th diamond Satur
day afternoon. Score: R.H.
Glenwood 1 0 0 4 0 0 S 1 08 7
Plattsmouth .... 1 0080201070
Batteries: Plattsmouth, Atkins and
Mann; Glenwood, Connors, Alblne and
Wilklna Umpire: Richey.
lo.lt Yards Win A gala.
In a ninth-Inning batting rally the stock
yards boys defeated Florenoe Sunday 10 to
7. The game was a slugging match from
the start. The hitting of Elliott of Florence
and Talbot. Fagan and Kennedy and the
heady field work of Pat Kennedy were the
features. Batteries: Yards. Cavanaugh
and Kennedy; Florence, Kocher and Brown.
Grand Island Defeata Hastlaaa.
GRAND ISLAND. Neb., July 11. (Special
Telegram.) Grand Island played all around
Hatllngs here Voday. bcore: R.H.E.
Grand Island. 032300003 8 12 I
Batteries: Hastings, Olsen and Welgart;
Giand Island. Art Glade aod Lmng.
FIGHT FORFEIT POSTED AT ELY
!revaaa Bank Opens an ganday to
ELY.'Nev., July 11. A forfeit of 32.600
for the Stanley Ketchell-Sara Langferd
fight, to take place In this city Septem
ber 4, was posted in a local bank today.
Learnlna that clubs In other cities were
after the fight "Tex" Hall prevailed upon
the bank to open sunaay mat ne migm
deposit the money. The other 32.600 of
the purse is to Be posted August s.
Ask A boat Winona Laata.
Tourist fares to Ideal resort for rest, rec
reation, devotion. Call on or address W. H
Rowland. Traveling Passenger Agent, 213
Board of Trade Building, Omaha.
OMAHA. MONDAY. JULY
ATHLETICS DRUB TICERS
Krause Pitches His Tenth Straight
WHITE SOX SHUT OUT BOSTON
Fast ' Trial Play by Chleagro la
Fourth Inning Featart of Gam
Games In the American
DETROIT, July 11. Krausa today pitched,
his tenth straight victory, missing a shut
out through an error In the second Inning.
Mullin had no speed and lacked effective
ness. Ha let In the first two runs on a
wild pitch. Two flies Into the crowd, mixed
with two singles, gave the four runs In the
seventh. Murphy's hitting was the feature.
Today's game was transferred from he
scheduled July 12 date. Score:
AD U n A B AB.H.O. A I.
tflntrr. If. I 1 SO 4 Oldrlns. If... 4 13 9
Bush, m 4 0 4 4 0nlT, cf ... 1140
Crawtort. cf. 4 4 I t 1 rolllne. t..
Cobb, rl 4 1 0 Wurphr, rf.
Rnaaman, Ik I 1 II 1 1 Darin, '...
Morlarttr. lb I 0 I 1 1 piker, lb...
Rchaefer, lb. I I I I I Barry.
8UDr, a... 3 0 8 0 0 Tbomas, ..
Brrknlort. 1 I KmiM, p...
4 3 14 4
. 3 2 0 1 3
.11 14 37 19 I
Mullin. p.... I t e
KlllUn. p.... 114 14
Totala 34 4 It U 3
Detroit 0 1000000 0-1
Philadelphia 0 0310040 07
Two-base hits: Murphy (3), Baker. Hits:
Off Mullin, 13 in seven Innings. Sacrifice
hits: Rossman, Ganley, Collins. Sacrifice
fly: Morlarlty. Stolen bases: Schaefer, Old
ring (2). Double plays: Rossman to Breck
endorf; Barry to Collins to Davis. Left
on bases: Detroit, 6: Philadelphia. 8. First
base on balls: Off Mullin, 1; off Krause, 3.
Struok out: By Mullin, 2; by Kllllan, 1; by
Krause, 4. Wild pitches: Mullin, 1; Kll
llan, 1. Time: 1:46. L'mplrees: Sheridan
Chicago- Santa Out Boston.
CHICAGO, July 11. Chicago defeated
Boston 4 to 0 today. The locals played a
star game and outclassed the visitors. A
feature was a fast triple play by Chicago
in the fourth Inning. Score:
Altlcar. rf... 4 0 1 4 4 McOonnall.lb 4 0 14 0
Parent, rf... 4 114 0 Lorn, lb 110 10
Iabell, lb.... 4 115 1 4 Bpaakar, cf..l 13 14
Pouahartr, If 1 1 0 0 Geaalrr, rf... 1 0 0 0 4
Puriell, Ib... 4 0 4 4 4 Waaasr, ..Mill
Tajineblll, as 4 8 I 4 0 Stahl, lb.. . I 1 14 0 0
Kelllr. Ib.... 111! 0 Mlea. If I w v
19 3 0 4 Uonotluo, e.. a 0 o a 1
1 1 0 4 4 ftealc, p I 0 0 1 4
Burchalf, p.. 4 4 0 4 1
31 137 1 4 ataddan .... 1 0 0 0 4
Totala 87 114 11 I
Batted for Burchell In ninth.
Chicago 0 0010120 4
Boston 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Two-base hits: Dougherty. Tannehlll,
Burns. Hits: Off Steele, 7 in six and one
third innings; off Burchell, 1 In one and
wo-thirds Innings. Sacrifice fly: Owens.
iUolen bases: Parent (3, Isbell. Triple
play: Tannehlll to Isbell. Bases on balls:
Off Burchell. 1 Hit with pitched ball:
Burns, Lord. Struck out: By Burns, 0;
by Steele, 2. Balk: Steele. Time: 1:20.
Umpires: O'Loughlln and Hurst.
St. Lonls Wins Doable-Header. d
ST. LOUIS. July U.-St, Louis took two
games from New York today. The first
iotnry was easy, but the second contest
was stubborn, marked by fast fielding
and good pitching. Score, first game:
BT. LOUIS. NEW YORK.
AB H.O.A.B. AB.H.O.A.E.
Hartwll, rf.. 4 0 I 0 0 Demmltt. cf. 4 1 1 0
Btone, II 113 10 Auatlo, lb... 4 1111
Hoffman, ef. I 1 3 4 4 Chaae, lb.... 8 14 0 0
Grlssa. lb.., I 3 I 0 Elbarfeld, as 3 3 1 1 4
Wallace, aa.. 113 10 Knlgbl, aa... 10 14 0
Wllllama, 3b 3 4 I 8 4 Enula, If.... I 0 1 0 0
Ferrla. lb.... 3 0 8 1 4 Crea. rf 4 1110
Crliar, e 1130 L. porta, lb.. 1 3 4 0 4
Feltr. P I 1 0 3 4 Klelnow, s.. 3 0 t I 0
Crtaa 1 1 0 0 4 Brorkett, p.. 10 4 14
Powell, p.... 1 4 0 4 4 HemDhlll ..1 4 0 0 0
Btepbaoa, e.. 1 1 10 4 Blair, c 0 0 4 0 0
Qulon, p 1 0 0 0 0
Totala 0 10 37 13 4
' j Totala 8 4 t 1
Batted for Criger -in fifth.
Batted for Kieinaw in seventh.
St. Louis 00104030 -8
New York S..Y. 01000010 0-2
Three-base hit: "Qrlggs. Double plays:
Pelty to Ferris to Griggs, Klelnow to
Austin. Brockett to Klelnow to Chase,
Stone to Williams, Cree to Knight. Left
on bases: St. Louis. 7: New York. .
First base on balls: Off Brockett. 7. Hit
by pitched balls: By Brockett, 1; by Pelty,
by Powell. 1. struck out: By Brockett.
3; by Qulnn, 3; by Pelty, 2; by Powell, 2.
wild pitch: Brockett. Time: 3:ws. um
pires: Evans and Perrlne.
(score, second game:
BT. lOt'18. NEW YORK.
Hartiall, rf.. 4 0 4 0 4 Demmltt, cf. I 4 I 0 0
gtona, If 1 0 3 0 0 Auilln. Ib... 4 113 0
Hoffman, cf. 3 3 3 0 4 chaae, lb.... 4 114
Orlffa, lb... 1 11 1 Elbarfeld, aa I 0 I I 0
Wallai-a, aa. 8 4 4 0 1 En, la. If.... 118 4 0
Wllllama, lb. I 0 1 4 4 Cree, rf 8 1 0 0 0
Ferrla, lb.... 1 1 0 8 0 La porta, lb.. 8 0 3 1 1
Stephana, .. 3 0 I 4 4 Sweeney, c. I 1 I 1 1
Dineen, p... 14 13 4 Hufhea. ... 3 4 4 3 0
H.mphlll .. 1 0 4 4 4
Touts 4 417141
Touts M I 84 14 I
Batted for Sweeney in ninth.
St. Louis 00010000 l
New York 00000000 0-0
Three-base hits: Hoffman, Griggs. Sac
rifice hits: Sweeney. Cree. Stolen base:
Hoffman. Left on bases: St. Louis, 7:
New York. 8. First base on balls: Off
Dlneen, 4; off Hughes, 5. Hit by pitched
ball: By Hughes. 1; by Dlneen. L Struck
out: By Dlneen, 6; by Hughes, 4. Wild
pitch: Dlneen. Time: 8:02. Umpires:
Perrlne and Evans.
Gama at Decatnr Stopped with Score
O to O.
DECATUR, Til., July 11. Rain stopped the
Decatur-Rock Island game at the end of
the sixth inning here today, with the
score standing 0 to 0. Score: RH.E.
Decatur 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 2
Rock Island...., 0 0 0 0 0 0-4) 4
Batterlea: Cowell and Boucher: Wilson
PEORIA. 111.. July 1L Davenport won
both games of a double-header here to
day. Score, first game: RH.E
Peoria 1 o i l o o 14 m g
Davenport 0 0001110 0-6 U 1
Batteries: Kuepper and Reynolds; Henry
Score, second game: R.H.B.
Peoria 0 00000000-08
Davenport 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 06
Batteries: Gilbert and Higglns; Parker
BLOOMINGTON, 111., July IX Cedar Rap-
Ids lost a double-header to Bloomlngton
today through poor team work. Score,
first game: RH.E
Bloomlngton ...0 0 0 1 2 1 1 2 8 12
Cedar Rapids. ..2 0001000 0-1 81
Batteries: Royer and Smith; Engeman
bcore. second game: R.H.E
Bloomlngton 0 1 1 0 0 0 3 6
Cedar Rapids 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 1
Batteries: Davidson and Langdon: Hoffer
SPRINGFIELD, 111.. July 11. -Springfield
Dubuque game postponed; rain.
EAGLES DEFEAT ROYAL ACHATES
Benson Nine Wins Through' Reed's
The Benson Eagles defeated the Roya
Achates by the score of 8 to 0. Reed was
In fine form, letting them down with bu
one hit, and with fast work by the rest of
the team only twenty-nine men faced him.
Cecil Lehr played a good game at second.
Next Sundy the Americans and the
Townsend Gun Company team will play
at J. alter wnicn tne tagiea win meet tn
L--G.-A. Originals, at Benson. Score:
BENSON EAOLES. ROTAL ACHATES
B. Co, lb... I 4 11 4 4rralf. Ib 4 4 4 4
Kucera. aa... till 4 Thompaelt, aa I 4 1 4
imrkae, Ib... 4 14 1. 4 Bellman, lb. 11
C. Cos. a.... 4 17 1 4 Kannear. a.. I 1 14
Hm4. a 4 1 1 Litton, rf.. . I 4 4 0
Balawln. cf. 4 3 3 4 4 Woodar. II. M M
cOowan. rf.. 1 1 4 4 4 Beribardt. of 1 4 1 0
Labr, b 4 14 1 4 Farr.ll. lb... 14 1
Cvr4r. if 4 14 Adaiaa. .... 1411
Totala 4 IS U 4 4 Totals M IMU
Two-base hit: McGowan. Sacrifice hits
Durkee. Woodard. Reed. Stolen bases: C
Roe, Durkee, Kennedy. Struck out: By
Heed, 4, by Adams, 4.
Haaecosn Parka Win Two.
Ths Han scorn Parks played good ball
Sunday, defeating tha South Omaha Cubs
by the score of 8 to 1, and the crowns
by the score of 6 to 0. Stephens pitched
a classy game against the Cubs and Baurh
man's base running was notable. In the
second game Hawkena held the Crowns
to two hits In the seven Innings he pitched
and struck out eleven men. The Parks
want games with any team In Omaha. Call
up Harney 377.
GAMES IN AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
Went for Toledo Holds Indianapolis
to One Hit.
INDIANAPOLIS. July 11. Howley's two
bsgger was the only hit Indianspolls made
.Vest today, the locals losing to Toledo
by a score of 3 to 0. The visitors buncned
hits on Glase In the fifth, sixth and ninth
Innings, netting one run each. Score:
INDIAN APOI.IB. TOLKDO.
AB.H.O.A.E. AB H O. A.E.
Wllllama. 2b 4 0 I I 4 Raftery. ef... 4 114 4
Daeldeon. cf I 4 I fmeol. rf I 4 1 0 0
Harden, rf... 1 4 4 0 4 Freeman, lb. 4 I 4 0 4
arr, lb I i Hlrkman. If. 4 0 I 0 4
Mi-rheaney.lt 14 10 4 Hlnchman, 3b 4 I I I 1
Howley. a.... 3 110 1 A (.hot l. c... 1110
Croaa. aa 111 Elwert. lb... 114 14
Hopke. lb.... 10 04 Nlll. aa 34110
OI. p 3 4 0 I 4 Waat. p 3 4 4 4 4
Totala O 7 IT 11 1
Total. 17 lltll 1
Batted for Glase In ninth.
Indianapolis 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Toledo 0 0001100 1-3
Two-base hits: Howley Raftery. Bases
on balls: Off Glase. 1; off West, 1. Struck
out: By Glase, 4; by West, 8. Sacrifice
hits: Abbott (2), Nlll, Smoot. Double play:
Hinchman to Nlll. Left on bases: Indian
apolis, 1; Toledo, S. First on errors; ln
dlanapdlls, 1. Time: 1:35. Umpire: King.
St. Paul Wins Two.
ST. PAUL, Minn.. July U.-St. Paul took
both games of a double-header today,
blanking Kansas City twice. Leroy al
lowed but two hits in the first game.
Karger was found easily in the second,
but pitched himself out of several bad
holes. Darkness ended the game after the
first half of the eighth had been finished.
Score, first game:
BT. PAIL. KANSAS CITY.
AB . H .0. A.E. AB.H.O.A.E.
Flrnn, 1b.... 4 10 0 4 Mailman, rf. 4 0 1 0 4
Lteae, If I 1 4 4 Shannon, cf. 4 4 I 1 4
Murray, rf... 4 4 1 0 0 Sullivan, lb. I 0 7 1 4
Darla, cf....l 1 3 0 4 Hetllni. lb.. 3 4 111
O'Brien, aa.. 1 4 4 0 Freahear, Ib. I 4 I I 0
Co.-kman, Sb 8 4 I 1 0 Lore, as 3 1 0 I 1
Wrtsley, lb. 3 4 1 4 0 Carllnle. If... I 4 14 0
Carina, c It 7 4 0 Rltter, c I 1 T 1 0
Lsrwr, p I 1 1 Carter, p I 4 I J 0
ToUla 37 4 r, 14 4 Totals 21 8 34 11 I
St. Paul 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 -i
Kansas City 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Two-base hits: O'Brien, Love. Stolen
bases: Llese, Hitter. Double play: Cock
man to Wrlgley to Flynn. Bases on balls:
Off Carter, 2: off Leroy, 1. Struck out:
By Leroy, 6; by Carter, 6. Sacrifice hit:
Wrtgley. Left on bases: St. Paul, 8;
Kansas City, 2. Time: 2:10. Umpire: Sul
livan. Score, second game:
BT. PAUL. KANSAS CITT.
Flynn. lb.... 4 10 4 Hallman. rf. 4 0 4 0 0
Llaea, If 2 0 4 0 0 Shannon, cf.. 3 13 0 0
Murray, rf... I 110 0 Sullivan, lb. 4 0 7 1 1
Davla. cf.... 3 2 110 Hetllni. lb.. 3 1111
O'Brien, aa... 14 14 1 Brathear, 2b. I 3 4 3 4
Cookman. lb. I 1 1 I 3 Lore, as I 4 4 4 1
Wrlsler, lb.. I 111 OCarllale, If... 3 1344
Yaasar, c... 8 4 3 1 4 Rltter, c 10 114
Kariar. p.... 1 4 3 3 0 Bwann, p.... 3 0 14 4
Totala 14 I 21 1 I ToUla 31 I II 14 4
St. Paul 1 0 1 1 0 0 0-3
Kansas City....: 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Two-base hits: Flynn, Cockman. Stolen
bases: Cockman, Yeager. Double playa:
Love to Sullivan to Brashear to Swann;
bwann to Love to Sullivan; Davis to Cock
man; Karger to Yeager to Flynn; Cock
man to rigley to Flynn. Bases on balls
Off Karger, 2; off Swann. 2 Hit with
pitched ball: By Kargei, Hetluig; by
Swann, Karger. Struck out: By Karger,
1; by Swann, L Passed balls: Yeager. 2.
Sacrifice hits: Carlisle, Llese (2). Left on
bases: St. Paul, 4; Kansas City, t. Time
1:40. Umpire: Sullivan.
Louisville Defeats Colnmbns.
LOUISVILLE, July U.-Loulsvlllewon the
first game of the series from Columbus
today by bunching hits off Goodwin in
the third Inning, when he was relieved
by Upp. Selby was strong In the pinches.
Frlel s home run and Morlarity's work st
short were the features. Score:
Kelllr. rf.... I 2 2 1 0 Clarke, If.... 4 4 10 0
Woodruff, cf 4 8 0 4 0 Odwell. lb... I lit 0 0
Olaen. lb.... I 1 I 1 1 Kruger, cf:..4 4 1 0
Delebamy, If I 1 I 0 0 Conaalton. rf 4 1 8 1
Sullivan. 8b.. 1 18 1 1 Jamaa, 0.....4 14 0
Tate, lb I I I 1 0 Mnrlarltr. aa 4 I 3
tlumlan, sb.. 4 8 3 1 4 Frlel, Ik t 1 0 4
Hughes, e. ... I 1 t 1 4 Nea, lb 4 0 1 3
selby, p I s I uoodwln. p.. 1 10 1
tPP. 3 14 1
Totals u 11 B u l
ToUls 16 11 14 U I
Louisville 1 0 6 0 0 0 1 3 0
Columbus 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 04
Sacrifice hits: Odwell. Oinen (2). Selby,
Woodruff. Two-base hits: Clarke. Hugnes.
Three-base, hit: Olsen. Home run: Friel.
Double play: Morlarlty to Nee to Odweli.
Struck out: By-Selby, 1; by Upp, 2. Basos
on balls: Off Selby, 6; off Goodwin, 2; off
Upp, 2. Hit with pitched ball: Kruger.
Left on bases: Louisville,, 7; Columbus, 11.
Time; 1:4. Umpires: Owens and Eckman.
Milwaukee Wins Game.
MINNEAPOLIS. July 11. Milwaukee to
day defeated Minneapolis 7 to 8. The game
was won in tne sixtn arter Downs witu
two outs fumbled McGinn s grounder.
Several hits, a base on balls and wild
throws by Downs and Block resulted In
six runs for Milwaukee. Score:
Oyler, aa 4 1 I l tFtrunk, cf... 4 13 0 4
Pickering, rf 4 1 0
Downa. Ib... I 0 1
0 Barrett, If... 4 1 1 0 4
1 I MrOano, lb . 1 14 0 4
1 4 Barry, rf.... 4 4 10 4
4 4 Clark, lb.... 4 3 0 4 4
4 Roblnaon, aa. I 1 1 4 4
3 4 McCormlck,:b 4 18 10
I I Hoitetter, e. 4 1 I 1 4
i 0 McOlynn, . 4 4 4 4 4
O'Neill, cf... 4 1 I
Cravath, If.. 4 11
QUI. lb 1 11
Colllna. Ib... 4 0 1
Blocs, e..... 4 3 1
Cataa, p 14 1
ToUla II T 17 11 I ToUla IS I 17 11 4
Minneapolis 00010020 0-3
Milwaukee owovosoi a 7
Two bass hits: Clark. Barrett. Stolen
bases: McGann. Sacrifice hit: Gales.
Double plays: N'Nelll to Gill; Clark 10
McCormick to McGann. Left on bases:
Minneapolis. 6; Milwaukee, 7. Struck out:
by Gates 4. by McGlvnn 3. Bane on balls:
off Gales, 4; off McGlynn, 3. Time 2:00.
Lmpires; Hayes and Conahan.
AMERICAN WHIST TOURNAMENT
Flnnl Results of Nlaarara Falls Play
NIAGARA FALLS, N. Y.. July 10 Final
results of the nineteenth annual congress
of the American Whist league, which ad
journed a week's session yesterday on the
Canadian side, were announced today. The
two-team contest, open to any combination
of men or women delegates, playing in
fours, was won by Mrs. J. W. Greene,
Miss Martha H. Campbell and Dr. C S.
Cole, all of New York, and J. A. Frendh
of Boston, with nine and one-half matched.
out of a possible twelve and plus twenty
The contest for the congress trophy,
open only to pairs of men who have won
a top score during the week, was won
by Charles F. unman and ruatnan a.
Kelly of the American Whist club, Boston,
with plus seven tricks. Oilman won this
trophy wttn rneips or Minneapolis last
year, ana as two wins gives permanent
posesslon, it becomes his property.
This year's congress ssw an overwhelm
ing victory for the east over the wen.
Boston won ine iirooaiyn, Mammon, Min
neapolis, Manhattan and Congress trophies,
while New York won two pair ot team con
tests. The west took awav the associate
members' trophy, won by Mrs. E. F. Dav
idson of Cincinnati.
Next year'a. congress will be held at the
same place, Clifton hotel, Niagara Falls,
WILL TRY TO CLINCH FIGHT
Effort to Fix Data for Jack Johnson
and Al Kanfman.
NEW YORK. July 1 An effort will be
made this week to clinch the match with
Jack Johnson, heavyweight champion, and
Al Kaufman of California, set for either
September or October, and to determine
tha place of meeting. Johnson signed
snides early in June, but pressure hss
been brought to besr upon him to cancel
the match on the ground that It would
Interfere wtlh his fight with Ketehel.
The pugilistic atmosphere Is undergoing
constant changes with respect to the plsns
for the undoing of Jack Johnson. Until
his recant fight with Billy Papke there
was a strong hope among fight followers
that Stanley Ketehel might overcome the
negro, but that hope la now glimmering, as
Ketehel made tittle impression on rapse
Friends of Jim Jeffries say today that
notwithstanding the announcement of the
former champion preliminary to hie tne
atrtcal engagement, that he would fight
Johnson, the one-time bollermaker will
never re-enter the ring.
It Is stated by those close to Jeffries
that his condition would not allow him to
I go over a few fast rounds.
Cy Young Is still holding them down to
four hits, Boston.
Perrlng has been taking Lajole's place
with two hlta a day with some regularity.
Jack Pendry is developing inio a splendid
pinch hitter, which is a mighty good thing
for any young man to develop Into.
We ought to be going fast enough by
the time Lincoln gets to town to sweep
the Prohibitionists on In the flood for lour
Holly took two of the four Topeka games
unto himself. The big blond is not only
pitching great ball these days, but Is
batting like a hero.
Detroit has a fight on Its hands from
now on, and It has no odds over the Ath
letics. It would he refreshing to see
Mack's men get another flag.
Chicago probably will be unable to res
cue the good ship from the Pirate crew
this time. At least the black flag may
be seen above all others Just now.
Tom McCarthy says those- three young
Infielders of Cincinnati Hoblltsel. Egan
and Downle are whirlwinds. He thinks
Clark Griffith is accomplishing great' re
sults with the Reds.
Topeka played as If It was In a trance
in Omaha, w hlch serves to suggest some
thing ot the miserable form Omaha must
have been In down at Topeka when It
lost two out of three games to the Cooley-
Pa Rourke Is getting back the interest
on that I1..VX) he paid for Jim Kane. He
has already tucked away the principal.
Jim Is steudlly progressing as a ftrxl base
man, and he Is a valuable man at the bat
in a pinch.
Kunkle. at third, showed ud worse In
Omaha than any of the Topekans. He
pulled off several bone-headed plays, chief
of which was this: The bases weie full
and there were two out, when someone
sent a slow, easy grounder to Kunkle,
who, instead ot quietly tagging the base
with his foot, began to wave his arms In
indecision as to whether he should throw
the ball to first or home. He woke up
Just In time to keep a run from scoring.
Well, thus far Fielder Jones and Johnny
Kllng are making good for the prophets
who predicted the fatal weakness of their
teams without them, If that Is any sat
isfaction. Bui the question Is, could the
Cubs have held first place with Kllng In
tne nne-up against such luck as they
have had this year? So far aa the Sox go,
they are nothing but a huge Joke, anyway.
What the Old Human needs to do Is to
let go of some coin.
The trick resorted to Saturday by Short
stop Downey of Topeka at first base was
about as coarse and Indefensible as could
be. Deliberately knocking the ball from
another man's hand is one of the high
crimes of the game, and if Kane had
soaked him in the Jaw instead ot the
neck he would not have been to blame.
Funny, some stupid fans, who evidently
didn't see what lAiwney did, Jeered Kane
when he put the ball on Downey with
Queer thing, the power of a base hit.
It will often chsnge a howling fan Into
a rantankcrous kinder. Saturday, when
three hits were mado off Hollenbeck In
one inning, a cliimp of shrieking boosters
over in the west stands were Instantly
turned Into rabid home-knockers. They
began to holler, 'Take him out," "Good
bye, Holly," and a lot of other rot that
invariably distinguishes the yellow fan
from the real one. But In another In
stance, when Holly had retired the side
without a run, leaving three Topekans on
bases, these same rooters as glibly
switched back from knockers to boosters.
These are the boys who think all the hit
ting, run-making, good fielding and win
ning must be done by the home team, and
all the poor work and losing by the vis
itors. SOUTH DAKOTA TENNIS F1AYERS
Annual Tournament Will Be Held at
Mitchell Next Week.
MITCHELL, 8. D., July 11. (Special.)
The annual tournament of the South
Dakota Lawn Tennis association will be
held in this city from July ID to 24, and
the indications point to a very large at
tendance. Over 200 Invitations have been
sent out to the players of the state, and
requests have been made of Secretary
Diako from players who have not been In
the habit of attending the state tjtirna
nent. Home entries In singles and doubles
have already been received. The tourna
ment will be played on the courts of the
Crescent club, the grounds having Just
been put In the finest possible condition
and the club house equipped with shower
GLIDDEN TOUR STARTS TODAY
Thirty Automobiles at Detroit Are
DETROIT, July It Thirty automobiles,
ranging from little runabouts to great
touring cars, are parked tonight In Cadillac
square awaiting the signal which will start
them at one-minute Intervals beginning to
morrow morning at 10 o'clock on the
annual reliability run pf the American
Automobile association, popularly known
as the Glldden tour. Each repair that has
to be made to any machine during the
2,(38 miles run to Kansas City, by way of
JUhlcsgo, Minneapolis and Denver, will
result In a penalisation of the machine's
Raeo Meet at MItehell.
MITCHELL. S. D.. July 1L (SDeclal.)
The Corn Belt Racing Circuit will open In
this city next Tuesday afternoon. A big
bunch of trotters, pscers and bangtails will
be present lor tne events, sixty-rive head
of animals were shipped here from tho
Flandreau races Thursday, and every trot
ting or pacing event has from twelve to
fifteen entiles, so that the competition
ought to be strenuous for the winners. The
races will last three days and on each
day there will be an automobile race,
parties from , Sioux Falls, Huron and
Worthlngton, Minn., aside from local men,
will be seen In these events.
Valentine Defeats Kllgrore.
VALENTINE. Neb.. July 11. (Special
Telegram.) Kilgore played ball here today
at the base ball park and proved an easy
victim for . Valentine. A large crowd
watched the game and the final score was
18 to 3. Score: .
Valentine 04101403 C 18
Batteries: Valentine, Haney and Ander
son; Kilgore, Steve and Whipple. Struck
out: By Haney, 4; by Steve, 4. .Umpire:
Win Westchester Cap.
NEW YORK, July IX H. H. Hackatt and
R. D. Little, the Internationalists, won the
Westchester doubles cup today in the play
off of a tie In the tennis tournament at
the Westchester Country club. They de.
feated Robert D. Wrenn and George L.
Wrenn. Jr.. 10-, 8-1.
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TROLLEY CARS IN COLLISION
Stopplna- to Avoid Hlttlngr One Car,
Motormaa Is. Hit by Another
NEW YORK. July IX The prevention of
one collision was the cause of another In
which fifteen trolley car passengers were
Injured on the . Williamsburg bridge over
East river today.
Charles Hannon, motorman of a local
bridge car, which was crowded with pas
sengers, was running his car at full speed
when he discovered that he was danger
ously close to a car ahead. He put his
brakes on In time to avert a collision
ahead, but bis car wss struck from behind
by another car.
Both cars were derailed and fifteen per
anna were severely injured, but none
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From Boston (J
MXARTHY ONE OF OLD STM'
Fast Riffht Fielder of Browns and
Boston in Town Scouting.
ON TWO OF GREATEST TEAMS
Helped Famous Four-Tlane Winners
Cinch Title and Was One of
Frank Selee'a Champion
Tom McCarthy, one of the bright stars
In the base ball firmament of the later
'80s and the '90s, Is In Omaha, has been
for a week and will be for nearly threa
weeks to come, scouting for Cincinnati.
He occupies the same box at Vinton street
park each day over to the right of the
plate on a line with third base and scans
every player with the eye ot the trained
Judge and skill of tha veteran player.
The other day in one of the Topeka
games pick' Cooley, another old veteran
of tho big diamonds, was sitting In tha
box with McCarthy. Dick's team was not
"I'll have to get out there and play
that first bag myself, tomorrow," sa l
"Yes." quickly spoke up McCarthy, "get
out Dick, I want to look you over and sea
what you've, got."
"If I make threa hits will you recom
mend me?" asked Cooley.
Cooley and McCarthy were both in for
mer years members of Boston.
Goes to the Browne,
McCarthy ' was with the Oshkosh team
when that club was bought outrlgtit by
Omaha In IMS, but McCarthy did not coma
to Omaha with the others; he want to St.
Louis and Joined the old Brawns, tha
"Four-Time Winners," owned by "Der
Boss Manager," Chris Von Der Ah, and
led to victory In that old American as
sociation by Comlskey. McCarthy took
the place left vacant by Hugh Nlol In
right field, a plaoe Little Nick had en
deared to every St. Louis fan by his great
work. But Nlool let down tn his batting
and McCarthy, Ilka tha invincible Tlpi
O'Neil, and a few others, could bat. run
bases and field and ha at once became a
great favorite with tho team." ,'. '
The Browns had won three straight pen
nants and one world's championship when
McCarthy joined them and they won a
fourth the first year of his membership,
but were defeated by" the New York Na
tionals for the world'M championship.
At that time the line-up of the team
was: Comlskey, first; Robinson, second;
Latham, third; Gleason, short; O'Neil, left;
Harry Lyons, center, and McCarthy, right,
with Fouti and Caruthers doing the bulk
of the pitching and Bushong and Jack
Boyle the catching. Curt Welch had been
the brilliant star In center field and Nlool
in right, but both were sold at the end
of '87. Harry Lyons was later replaced
In center by Hugh Duffy, and with Duffy,
McCarthy, after four years on the Browns,
went to Boston and became a member of
Frank Selee's wonderful National league
champions. Boston had won the pennant
In 1891, the year -before McCarthy Joined
the team; It won It In '82 and '83, while
he was a member, and again In '87 and 'tw,
after he had left. Tom went from Boston
to Brooklyn for the season of 'K, and there
wound up his career.
Like all the old boys who were members
of that famous team at St. Louis, Tom
finds pleasure in recalling the days of
Likes to Recall Old Team.
'We were doing a lot mure Inside play
ing than the rent of them, I guess," he
says, "and then we were fast on our feet.
There were only about two men on the
team who couldn't make 100 yards In bit
ter than 11 seconds, and some of us.
Latham, myself and O'Neil, could shave
10. Latham, of course, was the fastest."
But McCarthy thinks that aggregation
that Selee got together at Boston was
about as great as could be assembled on
a ball field, and when the roll is called
It is easy to see he la right. Listen:
Clarkson, Stlvetts and Kid Nichols for
pitchers; Kelly, Ganxel and Bennett, catch
ers; Harry Stovey, great first baseman of
the old Athletics; Joe Qulnn, Nash, Her
man Long, McCarthy, Duffy, Hamilton.
McCarthy was In Omaha when he heard
of Frank Selee's death last week, and he
was much grieved at the newa
Though much stouter and a little older
than in the halcyon days of youth, Tom
Is still active enough to get out on the
Vinton street diamond and "warm up"
with the boys.
Cobs Lose Exhibition Game.
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.. July 11. Tho
Chicago Nationals and the Atlantio CUy
team played an exhibition game nere to
day. Atlantic City won by a score or 4 to i.
A 10c cigar.
strike of the
match to the
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cigar that has
$2? I 1 cem cigars.
Ask your cigar man.
f Ckis.8fnovi Cigar C.
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Larger sizes 15c.
Flavor You'll Like
The flavor of the new toasted enrtv
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