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THE BEE: OMAHA, "WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1900.
Omaha Wins; Des Moines Divides; Sioux City Win and Tie; Pirates and Cubs Both Winners
OMAHA GETS ONE AT TOPEKA
Lower Refutes to Be Hit When Hiti
WEIGHT TOUCHED UP IN SEVENTH
Potta Worka m Wire Sajnrese on the
Fourth Bail fa iM tho
Baaa Pall Cornea
TOPEKA. Kan., Aug. 8l.-Omah took
ne from Topeka today. Lower shutting
out the locale. 4 to 0. Topeka never had a
real chance except In the fourth Inning,
when two singles came In a row, but
Cad man waa there with a fine peg and
topped the pilferer. Topeka got men on
baaea through balls and hlU. but Lower
waa too stingy to let them get very far.
Tomaaon waa going good and It looked
like a real acrap. He haa been sick and
waa getting tired, a Cooley Inserted
Wright In the sixth. Wright waa good for
the ona Inning. In tha seventh, after
Welch died, Pendrjr walked and stole and
Fotta chaaed him home with a single.
C adman followed suit and Lower walked.
Fisher fanned and Fox came up. He
waited long and patiently and got three
balls and twa strikes. Aa Wright was
about to deliver tha ball Potts atruck out
for home. Wright threw wide to catch
Potts, but It waa four balls and Pott
scored. Then King soored two mora, with
a Blngle and Kane fanned for the third
time. The visitors never had another
chance. After. Pendry had picked a safe
one In tha eighth Wright retired In favor
of Darrah. Score:
AB. R. H.
, S3 4
AB.' R. H.
23 0 8 27 8 1
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-4
Two-base hits: Fox. Geler. Kahl. Sacri
fice hit: Cadman. HlU: Off Tomaaon, 2
it five Innings: off Wright, 7 In mree and
lie-third innings. Base on balls: Off Tom
ton, 2; off Wright. 3; off Lower, 3. Struck
ut: My Tomasci., 4; by Wright, 3; by
Lower, 6. Wild pitch: Lower. Passed ball:
Kirns. . Doubie plays: Kahl to Abbott.
'Stolen bases: King, Penary, Kellly. ueier
U. Hit Dy pitcher: Heiny. unie: 2:10.
Umpire: Ciarke. Attendance: Ma.
PIEUI.O GIVES LINCOLN IlIVTOl'T
Ualgano Pitches Great Ball and Keeps
PUEBLO. Aug. 31. Pueblo turned the
tables today and shut out the Greenback
e.s by a score of 1 to 0. Qalgano pitched
a masterly game. In the fourth Inning,
with two out, singles by Gardner and
Pruchett, Locke's two-bagger, a base on
balls and a double steal netted three runs.
Gardner's single, a base on balls and
Locke's homer netted three more In the
sixth, The visitors only got one man to
third base. Score:
. . LINCOLN.
Juile. . If
McCafferty, p 3
, Totals 28 0 6 24 20 0
AB. H. H. O. A. E.
Curtis, If 4
Corhan, cf 2
7 U 27 11 0
0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
0 3 0 3 0 1 -7
Gardner, Locks, Walters.
Walters. Loci. p. Double
piays: Clark to Walters; Cockman to llo
g reiver to 'i'bomas; Hogrlever to Thomas.
Home run: Locke. Sacrifice has: Mette,
Corhan. Struck out: tiy McCafterty, i by
Ualgano, 1. ttases on balls: Ott Mct,'af
ferly, 7; oif Uaigano, 1. 'lime: 1X0. Um
pire; Mullen. Attendance: 4uu.
SIOUX WIN ONK AND TIE OXE
Second Game a Battle Royal Between
DENVER, Colo., Aug. 81 Sioux City
won the flrat of today's games, but coulJ
not quite scrape through In the second.
Tunoiy hitting and great base running won
the flirt, with good Inside base ball. Olm
sted slatted to pitch for Denver, but was
so plainly out of form that ha was re
lieved after a hit, a sacrifice aod a bate
on balls had ben gathered by Sioux City.
Lohannou succeeded him and was ham
mered both nard and effectively. On the
other -hand. Clark had one of his very
best days, and though hit for nine sin
gle pievenud Denvnr from doing much
with them. A single, banes on balls and
two sacrifices gave Sioux City one In the
first. A hit batter, a sacrifice, two sin
gles and a sacrifice fly gave the same
team two in the third. A single, a acri
fioe, Towne's three-bagger and a single
gave two more In the fifth. In the elgtitn
Clark's hit, Smith's three-bagger and an
error by Stankard gave two more runs.
Denver did not earn a run off Clark until
the eighth, when a hit. an out at first
and. a sacrifice fly gave the one earned
The e ond game waa a battle of pltcherj
from the fljat. In the tecond Inning
Sow City made a run. whn Stovall made
a single, stole second and scored on E1
mundxon's single. Charles Jones for Den
ver mads a home run into center In the
sixth Inning, thus tleing the score. In the
next half Inning he saved the game by
-uniting away over to the fer.ee and taking
fly from Smith's bat that had the ap
peal ance of a home run when It started.
No one but a speedy runner eould have
tot near It. Both pitchers did finely,
Adams allowing fewer hits, and both were
piandlv supported. The ona error was a
ball dropped bv Hunter.
Score, first game:
AH. R. II. O. A.
.... 6 0 0 0 0
.... 4 1110
.... 4 2 2 3 0
.... 2 0 2 2 0
.... 4 0 18 0
.... 4 0 0 2 4'
.... 3 0 0 3 3
.... 3 0 17 1
Ol mated, p....
0 0 0 1
... 4 t t 0
Totals 13 3 I
& R. IL
Imtth. as 4 2 2
Andreas, lb 2 2 1
Hunter, lb 10 1
Towne, c 4 2 2
Btovall. rf 4 0 1
Welch. 8b 4 0 0
tdmundeon. cf 4 0 0
,'ampbell, If 3 0 0
iark, p 4 13
Total ........... ...80 T 10
.... ft 1 ft 1 t-j
....1 30 2 0 0 3 07
Smith, Hunter, Towne,
Standing of the Teams
WE8T. LEAOTTK. AMER. APS'N.
Tea Moines. Tl 48 .507 Milwaukee ..77 M .670
Sioux City. .71 48 .67 Mlnnnap'g ..74 62 .KI
Omaha 6 (6 .626 Louisville ... M .ill
Topeka 60 67 . 613; St. Paul 6& 71 .41
Tenver 68 fiO .4r2 Columbus ...66 71.482
Wichita ....67 S3 ,47ojToledo M 71 .471
Pueblo 4 fit .41jlndlanap's ..66 72 .474
Lincoln 46 7t .271. Kansas City. 41 X2 .4(7
NAT! LEAGUE. I AMER. LEAGUE. ,
Pittsburg ...8 22 .729! Detroit 77 42 .642
Chicago 7 88 .76iPhlla 74 47 .411
New York...tt 48 .SOO Boston 72 U .S
Cincinnati ..69 M .612 Cleveland ...82 61 .604
Phlla MM .4791 Chicago 60 80 . 600
St. Louis.. ..45 72 .iK, New York. ..64 08 .VA
Brooklyn ...41 76 .SWSt. Louis 61 87 .432
Boston 32 88 . 271 Wash 33 88 .271
Western League Omaha at Topeka, Lin
coln at Pueblo. Sioux City at Denver, Des
Moines at Wichita.
National League Pittsburg at Boston,
Cincinnati at Philadelphia, Chicago at
Brooklyn, St. Louis at New Tork.
American League Washington at St.
Louis. Philadelphia at Chicago. New Tork
at Cleveland, Boston at Detroit.
American Association Indianapolis at
Columbus, Louisville at Toledo, Milwaukee
at St. Paul, Kanaaa City at Minneapolis.
Stovall. Two-base hits: Jones, Belden.
Three-bane hits: Towns, Smith. Sacrifice
hits: Hunter (2), Andreas, Stovall, Welch,
Jones. Struck out: By Bohannon, 4; by
Clark, 1 Bases on balls: Off Olmsted. 1;
off Bohannon, I; off Clark, 3. Doubie play:
Smith to Andreas to Hunter. Wild pitch:
Clark. Hit by pitched ball: Andreas, 1
Left on bases: Denver, 8; Bloux City, 8.
Time: 2:08. Umpire: BJverltU
Score, second game:
H. O. A.
0 0 0
0 0 0
0 6 0
0 U 2
0 0 0
8 27 U
H. O. A.
0 0 6
1 10 1
0 6 0
0 0 2
1 7 0
0 2 0
0 0 0
2 27 12
0 10 0
0 0 0 0
Totals 28 1
Denver 0 0 0
Sioux City 0 1 0
Stolen bases: StovalL- Edmundson. Hun-
ter. Two-base hits: Lindsay, 2. Home
run: Jonea. Sacrifice hits: Lindsay,
Welch. Struck out: By Adams, 10; by Wll-
son, . Bases on balls: Off Adams, 3; off
W ilson, 1. Hit by pitched ball: Campbell,
Hunter. L.ert on bases: Denver. 7: Sioux,
City, 4. Time: 1:80. Umpire; Everltt,
WICHITA AND DES MOIlfKS DIVIDES
Each of the Games a Walkaway torn
WICHITA, Aug. 81. Wichita and Des
Moines broke even In two slow, tiresome
games, played on a muddy field, thla after
noon. Des Moines won the first by a score
of 6 to 2 and Wichita ran away with the
second, limited to seven Innings by agree
ment, 11 to 1. Holland sent In Haasier,
who beat Des Moines in fourteen innings
Sunday, but today he was out of form.
The visitors touched him up for fourteen
hits In the seven innings he pitched, though
many of them were due to the slippery
field. Des Moines was more lucky than
Wichita In bunching hits. Four, with three
errors, yielded four runs In the sixth.
In the second game Wichita found Benx,
whom they had chased out of the first
game, decidedly easy, while Altchison did
not have to exert himself to keep the vis
tors away. Score, first game:.
WICHITA. , ,
AB. R. . H. O. A. E.
4 0 0 5 0 0
0 j Weaver, c
0 I Armstrong, lb.
0 Hasler, p
2 10 n 10
O. A. E.
2 0 0
Dwyer, lb 6
Nlehoff, 3b 6
Kerner, If 6
Williams, 2b 4
Iewls, c 6
Benz, p 2
Miller, p 0
Totals 43 6 15 27 11 0
Batted for Hunt In the ninth.
Des Moines 000004100 S
Hits: Off Hastier, 14 In seven innings;
olf Benz, 10 In seven and two-thirds in
nings. Struck out: By Hauler. 6; by Hunt,
1: by Benz, 2; by Miller, 1. First base on
balls. Olf Hastier, 3; off Hunt, 1; oft
benx, 2. Hit with pitched ball: By Benz,
Petligrew. Wild pitch: Benz (2). Sacrifice
nils: Hughex, Bens (2). Two-ba:;te hits:
Dalton, Vvnlianis. Double plays: Weaver
to Ulute, Coiligan to Williams to Dwyer
(2). Lett on bases: Wichita, V, Des Moines,
11. il.nu: 2:00. Umpires: Derrick and
Ulenulvin. Attendance, 1,200.
Score, second game:
AB. U. H. O.
.... 4 2 2 2
Hughes, 2b. ..
W esierxil, 3u.
Pennell, If. ..
While, ss. ...
Weaver, lb. .
13 21 12
AB. H. H
2 ft 0
O. A. E.
Kerner, If. .
Lewis, c. ...
Benz, p. ...
5 2 0
0 1 0
0 0 1
Struck out: By Altchison. 1: bv Bens. 1
First babe on balm: off AllchUon, 1; off
kens. 2. Hit by pitched nail; By Benx,
fennel!. White. Surrifice hits: M.ddielun
Pemgrvw. Two-base hits: Penneil. Home
runs: Veterll, Petligrew. Douole play:
Hughes to White to Weaver. Left on
basts: Wichita, 7; Des Moines. 6. Time
1:1U 1'inpiies; Dei rick and Ulenalvln.
ALL! tXTK OCT WITH CHALLENGE
Wants to Play Any Team In Nebraska
ALLIANCE. Neb., Aug. 81. (Special )
Owing to the reputation of the Alliance
team Deing a lilndiance in securing all Lhe
y sanies necessary and causing aeveial of
ciim tu nuitr, manager uur-
. loughs today Issued the following challeux-j
W ... .1.1' n . I all . . . . ... . . .
0'-, " . m'"J ' tu i-seutasaa ana
ine Alliance base ball team rhalin.u
- any base ball team In Nebraska or Colo
J rado for a series of three to five games to
vj ,,Trui RiuunuB iur ituu per
game, or will pay lluO to any team defeat
ing Alliance on their home grounds."
Officials Play Ball.
1, 1 iniAn, is... auk. si. l&Derial. Tat-.
Am., 1 ....... .. , . .. 1 1 , . ... :
niiu.paru m naruiuuDrni mir .
between Crawford county and Harrison
J county officials in a ball game which ended
0 in a score or is 10 in favor of Craw ford
ago Harrison county waa defeated hv 1 h.
Crawford county official by the afore of
11 to 10 on Crawford county grounds, and
It was hurod that by practice Hanlaon
county would be o.d the winning ndj In
tu iviuru geiuw,
1 iuiu. jiib itwii . areaiur reaucea oy
J I team work on the part of Auditor Q. W.
i Atkins. Deputy Auditor Gains and County
oi Superintendent D. K. Bralnard of Harrison
. county. In tha came Mated .cm. u. ..i .
BOSTON EASY FOR PITTSBURG
Pirates Take Advantage of Erron
Hade by Beaneatert.
THEY ALSO MAKE TIMELY HITS
is Wagner Makes Two Two
Base Hlte anal One Single
BOSTON. Aug. 81. Pittsburg won easily
from Boston today, 7 to 2, by taking "ad
vantage of the locals' errors and timely
batting. Wagner made two two-base hits
and a single In four times at bat Score:
B.H.O.A.K. B.H.O.A B.
Brrne, 8b.... 0 1 eThoinM. II... I 0 1 0
L-h, of. ... I lit onecker, rt ... 1 010
Clark. If.... I 110 OBhean, lb.... 4 1 I I 1
Wener. ee. .. 4 I 4 I SBaaumont, cl 4 1 1 0
Millar, lb.... 4 Oil Osweener, lb.. I III
Abeieln, lb.. 4 0 11 SAutrar, lb... 4 1 It 0 ft
Wilson, rf....4 0 18 VOrariam. a... 4 14 11
Otbirm, o 4 1 4 1 lrolf.r. aa.... I 1 6 1
Willie, 4 1 t Moor a, P I 0 0 I ft
.M I 87 U 1 Totals....
11 7 17 17 I
t 0 0 0 0
I 0 0 t-7
Boston 1 8010000 0-2
Two-base hits: Wagner (2), Graham,
Clarke. Sacrifice hit: Iach. Stolen bases:
Wagner. Gibson. Double plays: Wagner,
Miller and Absteln; Coffey, Shean and
Autrey. Left on bases: Pittsburg, 2; Bos
ton, 5 Bases on balls: orr More, l; on
until- a yj Mn . f ul.
by pitched ball: By More, L Stniok out:
By WIlllR, 4; by More, 1 Passed balls:
Gibson, Graham. Time: 1:82. Umpires:
ttmsue and Klem.
Cabs Blank Gluts.
NEW YORK. Ausr. 31. Brown rot the
UDDerhand of Wlltse todav and Chicago
Olwon the Inet game of the series from
OjNsw York.-2 to 0, making a record of four
out of five In this set and eight out of
eleven played at the polo grounds tms year.
Schafer's three-base wild throw in the
fourth on Hofman, following Stelnfeldt's
0 single, gave the visitor's one run, and In
Oitno ninth they made anotner on tne sare-
ties of Chance end Hofman and Steln-
0 fcldt's sacrifice. Score:
CH1CAOO. NBW YORK.
T. B.H.O.A.E. B.H.O.A.E.
1117 0 Dot la. 2b... 4 1 I 4 ft
Sherk.nl. If.. I
ft 1 ft ftftmrmour, cf.. 4 14 0 0
Bchulta. rf...l 1 ft 0 0 Hereof, If.... I 0 0 0 0
Chance, lb... 4 111 ft 0 'Tanner 1 0 0 0
Strlnfeldt, lb I
Hofman, cf. .. 4
Tinker, aa.... 4
110 Murray, n... a 9 1 V v
lift ogohaafer, lb.. I 1 I 4 1
ft 4 I OBrldwall. a.. 1 0 4 2 0
Archer, o 4 ft 7 I OMrrkle. lb... I 1 ft 1
Brown, p I ft 8 ftMvara. a I lift
Wlllaa, p.... 2 0 0 4 0
ToUla 617)4 0
Total! 10 6 1)11 I
Batted for Herxog In the ninth.
Chicago 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 12
i New York
o o v w v u u v v
Two-base hit: Evers. Sacrifice hits:
Rrhenkarrl Ktelnfelrlt Stolen bases: Dovle.
Evers. Left on beses: Chicago, 6; New
xork, 4. Base on errors: jnicago, i. uouoie
plays: Brldwell, Doyle and Merkle; Archer
ana i inner.
Struck out: By Hrown, 3; by
Wlltse. 2. Base on balls: Off Wlltse, 4;
off Brown, 1. Time: 1:45. Umpires: Kane
Fire Straight for Phillies.
PHILADELPHIA. Aug. 81. Philadelphia
made It five straight victories over 8t
Louis by winning this afternoon's gamo
PHILADELPHIA. ST. LOINS.
Grant, lb I ft 1 I OParbeau, lb.. 6 I ft ft 1
Bates, ef I 4 I ft ft Rills, If I 110
Ttua. rf 4 110 OPhelpa, 6 0 10 1
Mafee. It t I I ft 1 Konetchr, lb I 0 4 1 ft
Br'neflals. lb I t 10 1 0 Crane, rf I 0 1 0 0
Ward. 2b I 1 I t ODelehantT. cf 4 1 I 1 0
Poolan, ss.... I 111 I Breanahan, 2b 4 I 1 1 ft
Dooln. e 4 1 I 1 IStorka, aa
McQuillan, p I 1 1 1 ftrteabe. p..
Total! M 14 27 11 48ba, a..
. 2 1 6 0
.. 1 0 1 1 ft
. 1 0 0 0
.M I M 6 I
Batted for Melter In ninth.
Philadelphia 1 0 4 3 0 0 0 8 -ll
8t. Louis 0 1040000 16
Two-base hits: Storke, Breanahan, Beebe,
Doolan, Bates (2), Ward, Dooln, Delehanty,
Bransf leld, . Barbeau. Homa run: Bales.
Basea on balls: Off McQulllen. 2; off
Beebe, 2; off Melter, 1. Struc out: By
McQulllen, 4; by Melter, 3. Umpire: Rlgler.
Reds Defeat Snperbaa.
BROOKLYN. Aug. 31. Cincinnati de
feated Brooklyn here today, t to t After
Bean Ion had been driven from the box In
the third, Dent, a recruit from the South
Carolina association, went on the mound.
He was effective until the eighth, when
single, a base on balls, a double and home
runs by Mitchell and Egan netted Lve
runs. Fromme kept Brooklyn's hits scat
Btacher,, If... I ft 1 OBurch, cf....6 110
Paekert. cf...4 111 Oclement, If:. 4 1 1 0 ft
Hobllttel, lb. t I 14 0 0 Lennox, lb... 4 1110
Mitchell, rf . . I 1 ft 0 OMjrore, rf 4 110 0
F.tan. lb 4 lit Urrdan, lb. .5 111 0 0
Lnbert, lb. .
.loss uriummei, mo. . a a a
4 10 11 McMillan, ee. 4 I 4 1 1
.1 0 6 0 OMarehall, c. . I ft 6 4 ft
,4404 ftftcanlon, p.... 1 ft ft 0 ft
Dent, p I 0 0 I 0
Totals II 14 17 It I
Totale M lftM II 1
Paskert out, hit by batted ball.
..2 1100006 08
..0 2000020 0 4
Hummel (2), McMillan.
Hoblitzel C2. Three-base hit: Ueschei-.
Home runs: Mitchell, Egan. Hits: Off ; have won nine and lost seven; with Seward
Suanlon, 6 In two and a tnird Innings; off they have won six and lost five; with
Dent, 8 In six and two-thirds Innings. Sac- Friend they have won eight and lost four,
rlflce hits: Clark (2), Lennox. Stolen 'and with Superior they have won seven
bases: Bescher t2), Paekert, Mt.ehell. Ieft'and lost five. Six of the Red Cloud play
on bases: Brooklyn, 10; Cincinnati, 4. 1 era have signed league contracts for next
liases on balls:s Olf Fromme, 4; off Dent,
3. Struck out' By Dent, 8; by Fromme, 1.
Wfld pitch: Fromme. Time; 2:00. Um
GAMES I.N AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
Milwaukee Makes It Four Straight
from St. Paul.
ST, PAUL,' Aug. 81. Milwaukee made It
four straight today by beating St. Paul.
6 to 1. Chech started to pitch tor St. Paul
but retired in the second Inning after Mil
waukee had made four runs. LeKoy suc
ceeded him and held Milwaukee to one run.
M1LWAVK&K. s IT. PAUL
Randall, rt.. I a 0 OBouoher, as. . 4 v 2 I 1
Kooineou, ea. 4 I 4 6 1 Una, of 4 ft 1 1 ft
liarrt, 10.... 4 4 II 0 1 Murray, f... 1 4
btrunk. cf.... 4 ft 1 ft Arm baler, lb I ft 10 I 1
Harratt. II... 4 111 ocerisca, a.... a 1 a e 0
larka. lb ... I 0 11 0 O'Brien, lb.. I ft I ft 1
Mi form' a, lb 4 ft 4 I VUehrlng, rf . . I 1 ft ft 8
aioran. c I 1 UWrtei.,, lb.. I 1 1 4 ft
UcUljna, a . I ft 0 I Caeca, p ft ft ft 3 0
Laray. p I 1 I I ft
Touts II 127 111
Total - I 17 II 6
St. Paul 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 01
Milwaukee 0 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 0-6
Two-base hits: Murray, Wrlgley (2.
Stolen bases: Llese, Handail. Douuie
plays: Mccormick to Barry (4); Robinson
to McCorinick to Barry. Hits: Off Chech.
3 In one and one-third Inning; oft Leroy,
4 in seven and two-thirds innings. First
base on balls: Off Chech, 1; off Leroy, 1;
off McUlynn, 1. Hit by pitched ball: By
Chech, Randall. Struck out: By Leroy,
2. Passed ball: Carlson. Sacrifice hits:
Robinson, Clark, McUlynn. Left on bases:
St. Paul, 2; Milwaukee, 6. Time: 1:66.
Umpires: Quthrle and Owens.
Loalsvllle la I.acky.
TOLEDO, Aug. 31. Although Louisville
made more errors and fewer hits than
Toledo the luck seemed to be with the
visitors and they won, 4 to 3, In a fea
tureless game. Score:
H.O.A g B.H.O.A.E.
DunleaTT. rf. 4 I I ft 1 Raft err. cf. I 1
Woodruff, ef. 4 I I ft 1 Hlnehman, ib 4 1 1 0 1
Sulllaa, lb.. 4 ft 0 I ( Preaotan, lb. 1 ft I 4
rfnion, u....e a 1 a VHlcknua, If.. 1
4 0 0
1 ft ft
1 I 0
T 4 1
.4 ft II 0 jle( arttty. rf. I I
Oleen, tk 4 1 I I OEIwart. lb.
Morutrlt. aa I ft ft ft 1 Land, e
Hufhet, .... I ft I 1 L;nch. aa. .
Vauabn, I ft U 1 tOwen. p....
Totale U 117 17 I'Serbolft ..
4 I ft
ft 4 ft
ft ft 4
1 ft ft ft ft
Batted for Lynch In ninth.
u r 14 1
Batted for Owen In ninth.
Toledo 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 03
Louisville 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0-4
Three-base hit: Land. Double play:
i-ana to tsuillvan. Baaea on balls: Off
nwen. 1; oil vaugnn, 2. Left on bases:
Toledo, 7: Louisville. 3. Sacrifice hit: Mo
rlarty. Stolen bases: Hlnehman, Wood
ruff, Hughes. Struck out: By Owen 6
by Vaughn, 3. Passed ball: Hughes. Time;
3.00. Lmpire: Sullivan.
Hooalere Win Seeaaw Game.
COLVMBfS. A"-. H. Indian.-,'!.
the third straight game from Columbus a
see-saw in which Columbus used four pitch-
"a, "jr aciuug ma winning run in Ui
ninth, after two were out, on Qulnlan'a low
threw to catch Burke and Holev n Dingle
Several times earlier plays by Qulnlan had
cutoff Indianapolis' runs. Score:
rharlb'rn. Ill 1 I I ftO'ftnaeke. lb I I I 4 4
Harden, rf... 111 OQaifiien. aa . 4 I I 7 I
111 OKrui.r. at.... 41100
8 0 14 Oronealtoa, rf I 1 I I 0
4 1 1 1 OClarka. If.... 6 I 0 0 1
4 111 ftOdwall, lb.... 4 IH 1 0
4 t t 1 ernhl. e I 0 I 1 ft
Wllllama. lb. 4 ft ft 4 1 Prlal, lb 4 1 0 ft ft
nopae, aa....l 1 4 I IKalar. p e V 0 I P
OIkaa. p I 8 1 I ftJaeohnen, p.. I 1 ft 1
Plrkelt,. p.... ft ft 0 0 0
Totale 17 1117 11 IKeleon, p.... ft ft 0 ft ft
W rattan .... 1 0 ft 0 0
Jamea ft ft ft 0 ft
Totale...... 11 27 II 4
Batted for Kaler In third.
Batted for Pickett In eighth.
Columbus ; .1 0 1 2 2 0 0 1 07
Indianapolis 2 1 1 0 0 0 1 2 1-8
Stolen bases: Burke, ilowley. Sacrifice
hits: Qulnlan, Williams, Glaze. Bases 011
balls: Off Kaler, 1; oft Jacobsen, 2; off
1-icReti. l- off Glass, 6. Two-base hits:
Qulnlan, Congalton, Hayden (2). Thiee-
base hits: Clarke (2). Struck out: By
rvaier, 1; ny jacobsen. 2: by Nelson. 1; by
Olaxe. 1. Time: 2:01. Umpires: Hayes and
Millers Loa Two.
MINNEAPOLIS, Aug. 31.-Mlnneapolls
lost both games of a double header to Kan
sas City today, being outhlt In both con
tests. The weather waa cold but the teams
played fast base ball. No game will be
played tomorrow. Score flrat game:
MINNEAPOLIS. KANSAS CITT.
O'Neill et...4 2 1ft 0 Shannon, ef. I 1 ft 1 ft
Orlar. aa I 1 I 8 Oghar, as I 0 I 1 ft
Down, lb... 4 1 I I ftBeekler, lb. 4 1 7. ft ft
Pickering, rf. I ft 1 ft OHallman. rf.. 4 I I 0 ft
Crarath, If.. I ft 1 0 ft Lara, It 4 8 8 ft ft
J. Conine, lb. I ft 1 ft tHetllng, Ib.i. 4 1 8 ft ft
Qulllln, lb... I ft ft OPraahaar, lb. 4 I 1 8 ft
Repp, a I 1 i 1 1 Sullivan, e.. 4 0 1 1 ft
Altruck, p .. I 0 11 ftFlaJMTtr, p .. I 116 6
Totale ... SO 6 87 1ft 1 Total M ft 17 1 ft
Minneapolis 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 01
Kansas City 0 080030 0-3
Two-base hits: Downs. Flaherty. Struck
out: By Flaherty, 1; by Altrock, 6. Sacri
fice hits: Oyler, Shay. Shannon. Double
play: Shannon and Brashrar. Left on bases:
Minneapolis, 2; Kansas City, 6. Time: 1:20.
Score second game:
MINNEAPOLIS. KANSAS CITT.
O'Neill, ef... 4 1 1 ft 0 Shannon, ef.. I I I ft ft
urier. aa.... I 14ft IShar, as.....
Downa, lb. .. 4 1 4 I lnetkler. lb..
Pickering, rf. I ft 0 0 Hllmn, rf.,
Cravath. If.. 4 ft ft 0 OLove. lb
J. Col Una. Is. 4 1 1 1 IHetllng. lb.
Qulllln, lb... 4 1 1ft ft ftBraahew, lb
ftapp. il ft T l ftRlttter, 0...
I II ft ft
ft I ft ft
1 ft 0 0
ft 1 ft ft
ft 6 ft ft
lounc. p I 0 t I OEaalck, p...,
Clymer, . .
ft 0 0 ft ft
1 ft 0 ft Totals
.84 3 nil ft
Totals ....12 8 27 14 1 ,'
Batted for Hughes In' the ninth.
Minneapolis 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Kansas City 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0-1
Struck out: By Young, 8; by Hughes, 2;
bv Esslck, 7. Base on balls: Off Esaiok, 2.
Hit by pitched ball: By Young, 1. Stolen
base: Oyler. Double play; Oyler and Qull
lln. Hits: Off Young, 8 In six Innings. Left
on bases: Kansas City, 6; Minneapolis, 7.
Time.: 1:50. Umpire: King.
GAMES IN THE THREE-I LEAGUE
Bloomlnatton Ranches Hits with
ELOOMINGTON, 111., Aug. 31. Rloom
Ington by bunching hits, with Peoria's
errors, today defeated the visitors, 6 to I.
Score: . . , R.H.E.
Bloomlngton.. 1 10 1000 1 67 1
Peoria 1 0.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 9 4
Batteries: Bloomlngton, Reynolds, David
son and Smith; Peoria, Archer, Rogers and
EPRINGFIELD, til., Aug. 31. -Decatur
was easily defeated today, Co well letting
In two runs In the first Inning. Score:
Springfield ... 10 0 1 100 482
Decatur 0 0 010 0 0 0 01 6 1
Batteries: Springfield. Daly and Johnson;
Decatur, Cowell and Boucher.
CEDAR RAPIDS. Ia.. Aug. 81. Dubuque
defeated Cedar Rapids. 4 to 1 today, Quer
ney allowing only three hits. Score:
' R.H R
Cedar Rapids. 0 t,l 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 8 2
Dubuque 0'1 0080100-480
Batteries: Cedar; Rapids. Mortenson and
Rohrer; Dubuque, Ourney and White.
DAVENPORT, la., Aug. 31. Rock Island
wert after Parkins with a vengeance to
day, hitting him safely twelve times. Score:
R H R
Davenport ....000000100 14 3
Rock Island... 0 40100010-6 12 2
Batteries: Davenport, Parkins and Smith;
Rock Island, Hardin and Starke.
RED CLOUD'S WIN DUP A BENEFIT
Pitcher Who la Stole Gets the Pro.
ceeds of the Game.
RED CLOUD, Neb., Aug. 31. (Speoial
Telegram.) Red Cloud finished the season
here today by playing a benefit game for
Jack Masters, one of Its former pitchers,
who has been sick the last month with
typhoid fever. The game was played
against a local team, which played well,
but lost by a score of 6 to 4. This game
ended a successful season for Red Cloud,
for the team lays claim to the champion- I
ship of all Independent teams of Nebraska. 1
They have played a series with most of 1
the fast teams in the state and won a ma-;
torltv of the aames of each. Out of a'
' total of sixty-two games played they have
I lost only twenty. With Hastings they
year, two of them being with Western
Financially the season haa been a suc
cess and In case of a state league next
year Red Cloud would gladly furnish a
DALLAS WINS PAIR OP GAMES
Takes Lake Aadea In by One-Sided
DALLAS, S. D., Aug. 81 (Special. )Lake
Andes and Dallas played two games of
ball at Dallas yeateroay and today, Dallas
winning both games. The first game was
very one-sided, the score being IS to 3,
owing to heavy hitting by the Dallas crowd
snd Inability of the visitors to hit Cy
Young who 1st them down with four hits.
Lake Andes claims the championship of
South Dakota and the team was backed
heavily by their manager.
Batteries first itame: Andes. Pframer and
Scanlon; Dallas, Cy Young and George.
tuts: Anon, 4; lianas, is.
The recond game was much faster and
was Interesting from start to finish. Dal
las won by a score of 6 to 1. Lefty Allwln
and Buck Freeman both pitched good ball
and each team secured six hits. The um
pire of both games was Q. W. Segrlst.
Ogallala la Shat Oat.
SIDNEY, Neb.. Aug. 31.-(8peclal ' Tele
gram.) Sidney won the first game of the
scries with Ogallala here today. Both
teams played good ball and the pttchlnr:
on both sides was fine. Guy Ferry siruck
out thirteen and Eddie Paul atruck out
twelve, lhe Ogallala bunch waa unable to
get a man over the home plate. Soore:
Sidney 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 3 8 1
Ogallala 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 3 4
Batteries: For Sidney, Ouy Ferry and Ag
new; for Ogallala, Paul and Mann. Time:
1:20. Attendance: 860.
Tnbor Beats Omahn Ramblers.
GLEN WOOD. Ia.. Aug. 31 Special. )
At the tournament held here today s games
ere played) as follow s. First game:
Tabor 0 0 3 0 1 1 1 0-6
Ramblers. Omaha. ...0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 01
Thurman 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Glenwood 4 3 3 2 0 0 3 3 117
Batteries: Omaha, Hlckey and Cassady;
Tabor, Johnson and Castle; Thurman,
Barrett and Hollo way; Glenwood, Wllklns.
Jon s, Owen and MnClenathan. Umpire:
Sage. Attendance: 1,000.
Bloomfleld Takea Crofton'a Seal p.
E LOOM FIELD. Neb.. Aug. 31-(Speclal.)
Crofton waa defeated here today. The
clearing of the bases by Lam's hit was a
feature. Score: R.H.E.
Bloomt.eld 0 2 0 0 0 0 8 6 11 11 8
Cioflon 0 01000340-8 8 8
Batteries: Bloomfleld, Lilts and Busby;
Crofton, Roberts and Worthman.
Do not be persuaded Into taking any
thing but Foley's Honey and Tar for
chrnnlo cough, bronchitis. hay fever,
uthmi and lung trouble, ss It slope the
cough and heals the lunge. Bold bjr all
BARON ALCYONE WINS DERBY
Son of Baron H Takei First Money in
Bis; Trotting- Handicap.
Raeo la Worth 8)15,000 to Wlaaer,
Balance of the $38,000 Stake
Being Divided Among;
READVILLE, Mass., Aug. 31. With 15.
009 enthusiasts yelling themselves hoarse
the Syracuse, New York, stallion. Baron
Alcyone, today won the second renewal
of the American trotting derby at the Raad
vllle tracks by three lengths, from Ax
tator. It waa one of the most spectac
ular races ever seen on the turf. From
the time the word was given until the
horses were within fifteen yards of the
wire the winner waa In doubt.
There was a long delay at the post,
which might have been expected from the
large field of horses, thirty-eight, eleotlng
to take a chance In capturing the rich
prise. Starting Judge Frank Walker of
New York permitted the horses to Jog
around the track to remove their ner
vousness at the post Then after thirty
five minutes of dallying, the ball fell to
the start. Immediately Hylle Bird, entered
from the limit mark allowance, 496 feet In
advance of the scratch horses, Sonoma
Olrl and San Francisco set out to make a
whirlwind race of IL
Hylle Bird Lends.
Passing the stand the first time, the halt
mile mark, Hylle Bird was leading by a
length over Axtator, with Jim Ferry, third;
Kaldar, fourth; Remorseful, fifth; and then
the favorite, Baron Alcyone, Just in ad
vance of a horde of horses that packed
the track full. There was a grand clos
ing up of tha horses around the turn with
Jim Ferry crying enough and dropping back
into the ruck.
In the back stretch Gillies, with Axtator,
went after the leader, the race being hot
until reaching tha lower turn, a little mora
than a mile of the Journey. At this point
Hylle Bird weakened enough to permit Ax
tator to rush Into the van a good length
In front of Kaldar, who was closely fol
lowed by Baron Alcyone. The positions
remained the same entering the stretch
for tha grand battle to the wire.
Ernest Begin Drive.
Erneat, when he had Baron Alcyone
straightened out, began his drive. Qilllet.
was working hard on Axtator, with hopes
of lasting long enough to be the victor.
Ernest soon had passed Kaldar and at the
long distance post was lapped on Axtator,
which gap he decreased fifty yards from
the wire to even terms. For a few strides
the two leaders raced head and head and
then the superior speed and endurance of
Baron Alcyone carried him to the front
and . he passed the winning post three
lengths to the good. Axtator was half a
length ahead of Kaldar, which was a nose
In front of a row of horses that stretched
across the track from pole to fence and
required the judges to place them, none of
the spectators being able to determine the
relative positions of the horsea from fourth
to tenth place.
Ovation for Man and Horse.
With the passing of the final horse, the
crowd swarmed Into the track and toon
Ernest from the sulky to their shoulders,
earn ing blm to the wire.
Baron Alcyone, In the meantime, was un
hitched by his willing admirers and then
further undressed by being stripped from
his whole harness excepting the bridle.
In some ways 'the victory of the son of
Baron H. and Brownie was anticipated, as
on the strength of a trial after having
arrived at Readvllle In 2:UHi, and being on
tha 2:19 mark, he was the favorite with the
speculators. However, so large was the
field and the chances of accidents that the
good odds of 6 to 1 to win were always
available against him, with 2V, to 1 that
he would not finish as good as second.
Baron Alcyone was a starter last season
In the derby race, but failed to connect
with any part of the purse. He was then
shipped home and this season given to
Harvey Ernest to train over the Pough
keepsle track. Not onoe did be take the
word In a race till Btarted today, and
Handlcapper C. M. Jewett had no knowl
edge of 'his speed In rating him against
the other horses. Jt was when he worked
the fast trial last week that the experts
realized that he was a "sleeper" In the big
Three Other Raeea.
The three class races on the card served
to keep the crowds entertained until tho
derby. Alice Roosevelt lost her second
heat In the 2:13 trot through making a
break In the first turn and In the final heat
barely defeated Fair Margaret. The Friend
surprised all by handily taking the Initial
heat of the 2:20 pace and then blew up an 1
waa distanced. Edgers had to make the
drive of bis life In beating Texas Rooker
the last heat. Earl, Jr., outclassed hla fluid
In the 2:11 pace. Summaries:-'
2:13 trot, purse 81,000, two In three:
Alice Roosevelt, ch. m., by The
Fair Margaret, b. g. (E. Benyon)... 2
Bronson, o. g. (Titer) 6
Gladys, b. m. (McDonald) 3
Wllkerson, b. g. (Laaalle) 4
Mime: e;UV 2; tun,, .lu'.
2:08 pace, purse 81.000, two In three;
Walter W., b. g., by Little Frank
Texas Rooker, b. g. (McEwen) 4
Green r'llot, b. 11. tMurpny) 2
Milton S., Jr., ch. g. (Cox) t
'lhe Friena, blk. Ii. (urawley) 1
'lime: 1 ... ii:0W. 2:Utt.
2:11 pace, purse i,ouo, two In three;
Eail, jr., g. h., by lhe Earl (Cox)
Louise E., br. m. (Fox) ,
Carrie S., br. in. (Turner) ,
Stiletto C. ch. h. (Nevlns)
Anua H., oik. h. (Murpnyj
Time: 2:11V 2:10.
The American derby, one and
miles, purse 8o6,000, of which Ili.OuO went to
tne winner, hum 10 second, iw to intra
and then graded to fifteenth horse, wltn
uaion Alcyone, 2:19, by Baron H. (Ernest) 1
Axtator, 2:1 (Gillies) 2
Kaldar, 2:18 tuicili) i
Lady Jones, 2:U4 (Murphy) 4
Penlco Maid, 2:10 (Snutl) 6
Jack Mctverron, 2:lt) (Miank) 6
San Franciacoi 2:04 (Hedges) 7
Ralph. Wick, 2:1b' (Dure) I
Genteel H., 2:11 (Andrews)
Biilnlce, 2:1b (Keidj 10
Sonoma Girl, 2:01 (McMahon) 11
Jay Kay, 2:17 It'oii 12
Hylle Bird, 2:19 (Urady) 1J
Henry betser, 2:14 (Laaalle) li
E. D. M., 21a (Hollenbeck) lu
Sterling McKlnney, Klondyke, Blsa, Miss
Winter, W ard. Peter Balta, Zanialto, A.
Laundrey, Baron Leland, liirchleaf, Cadu
eeus, Tne Aloma, Esther Bells, Nancy
Gentry, Sir Todd, Jim Ferry, Tne Anurias,
Silver Baron. McQulllen, Remorse, prince
Lavalard, Rebecca Q. and Munlc also ran.
GREAT WESTERN CIRC11T RACES
Governor Searles Wins 3i07 Pace at
KALAMAZOO, Mich., Aug. 81. At the
opening of the Great Western Circuit trots
here today all the events were won In
straight heats. A number of minor acci
dents in the 3:20 trot caused a postpone
ment of tne 2 lu pace until tomoiiow. In
the 214 pace the feature event, Ross K ,
In a hlgn wind made the third Hide m
2:06. lowering his record from 2:usVi. He
suits: Pacing, 2:07 class, purse 2r00: Governor
Searles won three straight heats, R. bert
Kernan second, Minnie M third, li. st time:
Trotting, 3 i1 class, purse pjO: Fay Rex
won In strslght heats, Orace Blrohwood
second, Kmplre Queen third. Best time:
Pacing, 2.14 class, purse 32,OtX: Ross K
won In straight heats. Lady Klgln second,
Ora Jackson third. Best time: !:.
RA( lU MKKT AT NEBRASKA CITY
Track Fast and Good Field of
NEBRASKA CITY, Neb., Aug. 31 (Spe
cial Telegram.) The first minimi race
meet was held on the new track of the Ne
braska City Racing association. There were
z.Oht) people present and the track was In
fine condition and very fast and the races
were exceptionally good. In the trotting
race for a purse of 3HJ there were six
entries and It was won by Frank Dally of
Auburn, with Josephine D, taking the first,
third and fifth heat. Ooosle Fred, owned by
Earl I'pton of Syracuse and driven by
Beexley. won the second money. Lewis
Cameron, owned by Dr. Cameron of Syra
cuse won third place. The first Jieat was
run In 2:21 and the second In 2:30.
The pacing race, purse. $M, was won by
Fox, owned by Harry Harris of York and
driven by Douglas, with Minnie Oneida
second and Soldier Boy third. The last
heat was made In 2.1tl
The running rare was won bv Queen of
Diamonds, It being a half mile dash for
a purse of $100.
Well fined races with big purses are on
Jor tomorrow and Thursday. The track rs
faster than any the horses have been
over this trip over the circuit.
Minor Heir Breaks Record.
1 ?LYlk!nU?' ?" Au- "--Minor Heir,
I 5, today broke the urlo state, fair half
mile track record, covering a mile In 2-nsti.
Heir h.'.?h Wf" t0 nave raced wlth Minor
race was called off.
UOTCII AND KLAXK GET HERE
Come ThrooKh from Hnmboldt, In.,
in Nine Honrs.
Frank finish ., Q ,.t . . .
, . iy..,,vm nrrsi or or tne
IV'i.yf- n.r and.
of Chicago, and E. K. Vlnne. came from
Goto 11 . I. . in., ,1 11, ,.,,1.. .1.1. , " v.- lro,n
n nine hours yesterday VV new fffty"
horje-power automobile. They l,ft Hum
bold' t 11 a m. and arrived ,u the t ome
of Former Burns, 3X57 Charles street at
precisely 8 p m., making the time they
set out to make. y
They are on their way to Denver via
Omaha and Kansas City, just having a
good time trying to break the record
Gotch and Klank took the trip several
dHs ago and got as far as Fort Dodnl
when their machine went to pieces, throw-
Humboldt, where Gotch bought another
makoit ar nW aelermned to
Jil cam through this time without a
mishap, " ald Klank, "and we believe we
""vvMf i',eil ?f ti,e w without one '
nWi? U1 lf 1 Btay at ,h0 wheel." put In
?JwJ w. ho act" " chauffeur, while Emlle
and Wlnne keep him company.
... ,...,, ant j n in ut? nc e a few
days. Gotch offered to swap his new
. , ,,,,-r Ior nl8 ,wo upotted
p"ileb;t,ih?KoM man ffhok h' ".
.. In hold these little fellows." he said
m'Yk!1' I ve f.en you Unla snie pretty
big things," saldGotch. '
u, iriiura imrtii, "nut this
hero machine has got too much wind for
Gotch had not read in the dav's papers
IDil r"P";t of Golvu"nl Raccelrck 0 Aus
Ua Cm "? OVer 10 meFt hlm- "e "ml led
and nodded toward Emll when the matter
of matches was mentioned.
.I.1,9'8,.110'" a" that," he said.
Klank "Ce Bb0Ut that rellow later," said
tr,?nit,?i,'o.1Shav,?gr sood lme now. not
thinking of work and wrestling Is a little
wilJLk k W,?rk ,even Ootch Gotch and
Klank both look In the pink of form.
WANTS TO WRESTLE THE FARMER
v I .
Jack Donovan Cornea West Looking
for Some Bis; Game.
Jack Donovan, one of the wrestlers of
the country. Is In Omaha with a view of
locating here. He weighs 170 pounds and
Is willing to take on all comers at his
weight. Donovan says he would like to
arange a match with Farmer Hums, an
he has been meeting only the beui men of
the country for the last two yenrs. Hla
last victory was over Jeff WilllaniB, the
ex-heavyweight champion of New Eng
land. Donovan Is a likely-looking fellow and
has wrestled Pardello Amerlcus, Zello,
George Parker and stayed nine minutes
with Frank Gotch.
I)onoan was born at North Bend, Neb.,
but has been away from Nebraska for
Papke to Meet Winner. '.
NEW ORLEANS. Aug. 31. Billy Papke
has agreed to the terms recently offered
him by the West Side Athletic club and
will meet the winner of the Kelly-Klaus
fight the latter pnrt of October. On account
of the postponement of the McFarland
Bronson bout from September 12 to Sep
tember 19, It is probable that the Kelly
Klaus fight will be advanced a week.
Papke will meet the winner two weeks
Rockies nnd FKspairlck.
Guy Buckles and Jack Fltzpatrick are
scheduled for a ten round go Friday night
at South Omaha before the Shamrock Ath
letic club. This club haa pulled off some
good bouts and has some more good ones
scheduled for the future, especially Sep
tember 15, when Jack Fitxgerald will meet
Pete Shaughnessy of Fort Worth, Tex.
. a iTi i lit' 1 a? 1 1
VXIA3.1-: '. '-' f
iiotli ten life,
MS. SPRAGUE QUALIFIES
Omaha Woman Has Poor Say, How
ever, in, Golf Tourney.
MISS SMITH HAS LOWEST SC0BE
Evanaton Woman Leads Field of
Eight, with Record of Nlavety
for Course at Chicago
FLOSSMOOR, III.. Aug. 8t Sixteen golf
ers qualified for the championship of the
Women's Western ' Golf association In the
ninth annual tournament her today. Mrs.
W. Franoe Anderson of Hinsdale, tha pres
ent title holder, was not compelled to play
In the qualifying round. She held first
place In the drawings and tomorrow will
meet Mrs. George Haskell of Home wood
Only three golfers outside the Chicago
district qualified. They were Mrs. U. I).
Smith, Springfield, 111.; Miss Inea Clark,
Waukegan, 111., and Mrs. K. 1L Sprague,
Mrs. Sprague was a seml-flnallst In tho
championship at St. Louis In 190S. Miss Is
abella Smith, the Evanston Golf olub girl,
who came all the way from Maine to play
In the championship and took gold medal
honors, breaking the women's record for
the Homewood course, was paired with
Miss Vlda Llewellyn of LaGrange, one of
the best golfers of tha west. Miss Smith's
Out 4 6 6 7 8 6 3 ' t 8 17
In 4 6 4 4 6 6 7 6 4 !0
The pairings for the championship flights
with qualifying scores:
Mrs. W. Franco Anderson. Hinsdale,
scratch, against Mrs. George Haskell,
Mrs. Harvey L. Pound, Skokle, 98, against
Mrs. C. L. Derlng, South Shore. 104.
Miss Myra Hehner, Midlothian, V6, against
Mrs. K. 11. Sprague, Omaha, 1U2.
Mrs. Caroline Painter, M idlothian, . 100,
against Mrs. L. N. tlrochon, LaGrange, IIW.
Miss Isabella Smith, Evanston, 90 ngalust
Miss Vlda Llewellyn. LaUrang. 101.
Miss Inez Clark. Waukegan, 99, against
Miss Ruth Steele. Homewood, 10f.
Mrs. G. D. Smith, Springfield, III., 98,
aralnst Miss Marjorle Edwards, Midloth
Miss Elisabeth Toung, South Shore, 100,
against Miss Ruth Lyman, LaGrange, 106.
TENNIS PLAV AT CINCINNATI
Dr. Hank Wins Close Match from
W. 1). Breed of Cincinnati.
CINCINNATI. O., Aug. 31. There was a
surprise in the Tri-State Tennis tourna
ment results today when W. D. Breed of
Cincinnati went against Dr. P. B, Hawk
cf Philadelphia in the third round of play.
Hawk was expected to win In straight
sets. Breed, however, not only captured
the second, but led Into the third set and
would have won out if he had not fallen
down on his service game. Twice he had
the advantage game In the deciding set.
but could not win his service. Hawk finally
won the match, 6-2, 4-6, 8-6.
The longest set of the tourney was played
when Reuben Holden of Yale met T. C.
Fulton, tho western Pennsylvania cham
pion, and they battled till Holden won out,
Mrs. Edith Hannam, the Canadian cham
pion, was an easy winner In both, slnglos
The biggest surprise of the day was the
one-sided Bcore by which Lincoln Mitch
ell of Cincinnati defeated Forest Adair of
Atlanta, 6-1, 6-1.
KLING TO HEAD EASTERN CLl'B
Cnbs Catcher Sajs He Will Ba In
Base Ball Next Year.
KANSAS CITY. Mo., Aug. 31. John
Kllnw, the baseball catcher, former member
of the Chicago National Baa. Bnll olub,
will manage an eastern team In either the
Natlonnl or American leugue next year.
This statement was made by Kllng today
after he had wired Clark Griffith, manager
of the Cincinnati Nationals, declining
Griffith's offer to Join his club next sea
son. "I have two propositions now before me,"
said Kllng, "and 1 surely will accept one
of them. Anyway, you can say I'll be back
In base ball next year as the leader of ail
Kllng gave as a further reason for de
clining the Griffith offer that his presence
was needed here to perfect the organiza
tion of his new company to manufacture
base ball supplies.
Bowling; Season Opens.
Francisco cpers Ms alleys on Harney
street tonight. There will be match Ramos
between the Men Bros and Slorr Triumphs
of the Omaha Bowling league and the
Union Pacifies and Sprague's Pills of the
Famous Runner Dead.
CA M B RI DO E, Aug. 81. -The death Is an
nounced of Charles Howell, a one time
f.iinous runner who created many world's
records In America.
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