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7IK BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, APRIL 15. 1P10.
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otUa eshamptona, won from th Kt
IxmU National lr team n tha first
I gama t tb huoii her today by a score
( 6 Hana Wagner iraa the star and
I wada", three-base hit in the third Inning
whloU Vesulted in bringing In of the first
j two runa for his team. The grandstand
l and thexiew belachera seats were filled and
because of the crowd on the field the two
' baacule foe hits prevailed. Umpire John
la ton cjecated newspaper photographers
i train the field. Vn acorei
' I tTT9Bimo. ' bt. vA'is.
Byrne, ITk. 'fTdsKlns, k. i I 0 I 1
Vmu-KI vf- 1 1 'Bll. lf.. I 1 0
Ftmrti. If J Jo". 14 1
V.n t jKonauhy. lb 4 I M I 1
Wllaon. If.- J J jHutawItt, ... 4 j 1 1
Camnlta, n 4 1 wuin, t 1 I
OHn 1 0 0 0
i tatU.N Iff I 1
Totals I 17 IB I
! natted for Willis In ninth.
Pittsburg -0 0 3 2 0 0 1 0 06
Bt Louis 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0-1
Two-base hltss Oaken, Evans. Three-base
hltsl Wnfner, Ibson. 8acrlfice hit: Bresna
han. Stolen bases: Byrne, Loach, Wagner.
Hit by pitched balli By Canlnts, Evans:
llose on balla: Oft Wills. 6. Htruck out:
Jty Camnits, 4. Left en bases: St. Louis, 9;
fltUburg. 9. Time: 1:46, Umpires: Johnstone
Brooklyn, 3) Qisktn, O.
PHILAL)KLFHIA, April 14. Brooklyn
won the opening game of the National
league season here this afternoon from
J'hliarielphla by the score of 2 to.0. The
Urgent crowd that ha witnessed an open
ing day game at Philadelphia park In
many years sa wthe contest, a pitchers'
duel between Kucker and MoQulllln. The
latter kept Brooklyn's hits scattered, ex
cept I nthe third Inning, when Bergen
scored on his triple and liurch's single and
In the ninth Inning, when Wheat scored
' on doubles by himself and Lenox. Lenox
was the batting slot' of the occasion, with
two singles and a double Each pitcher
struck out seven batsmen, Rucker fanning
rant three times and Jagee twice. Score:
BROOKLYN. ' PHILADELPHIA.
' Burrh, of 1 oTItna, rf I 0 I 0
Dauhart, lb., t 0, lunlaa. If 4 110 0
Ilummsl, lb.. I 0 I 4 OOrant, Jb....l 0 0 10
Wbl, If.... 4 110 Ma. c(.... 0 0 0
1-uml.r. rf... 4 1 1 laCnin.H, lb I 0 10 0
Unnrai, ib.. 4 110 OKnabo, 2b.... I 1 i 0 0
MrMlllan, aa. 4 1 1 0D. ln, as... I 0 10
Brrf.n. O....I lit Ja -klltarh, o. 0 t 0
Huvkor, p.... 1 0 0 X o'-l'OulllIn, p. 0 0 4 0
' Dooln 1 0 0 0 0
Touts 1 t 27 10 l
ToUli 24 2 27 11 0
Batted for McQuilllh In ninth.
Brooklyn , 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 12
Philadelphia 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Two-base hits: Wheat, Lennox. Three
bnse. hit: Bergen. Sacrifice hits: Dauhert,
Bransfleld. Stolen' base: Bates. Left on
bases: Booklyn, E; Philadelphia, 2. Base
on balls: Off Rucker. ; o:f McQulllln. 2.
rlrst base on error: Phitadelphla, 1.
Struck out: tty Rucker, 7; by McQuillln, 7.
Time; 1:4. Umpires: .Rlgler and Emslle. -Cincinnati,
1 1 ' Cnbs, O.
C1NCINATI, . April 14. Before a crowd
that taxed the limits of the seating and
standing capacity Qf League park, the Cin
cinnati team defeated the. Chicago team
by a score of 1 to 0 in the opening game
of the season today,-.. Chicago succeeded
In reaching third base but twice. Cincin
nati also reached third twice, the last time
jnltcheli coming over with the winning run
' (n the tenth. Mitchell started the scoring
'i f with a -single and Egan was safe when
Btelnfeldt threw his grounder low to
Chance..,. Mltclmlli advanced to third on
McCabe's outfield fly and scored when
Jowney .singled. : Score;
CINCINNATI. " ' CHICAGO.
B.H.O.A.B.' . B.H.O.A.B.
BetRhor,' Ir... 4 0 I 0 OEvors, ib 1 0 1 1 1
Ixibsrt, lb.... 4 0 1 1 OBraumont, If 1 0.4 6 0
Hnbllti'l, lb. 4 10 OSrhulto, rf... 41110
Mitchell, cl.. 4 1 1 .0 .OChaneo, lb... 4 O S 1 0
EKin, Ib 4 0 1 0Hinfllt, lb 1 0 2 0 1
, Vcoob rf.,,4 12 0 (iHofm.n, of.. 4 0-1 0 0
Joi7, M... I 14 1 lTlnkor, .... 4 0 2 0
' CUrk. e I 0l OArchor. e.... 4 1 7 1
Brabs, p 1 0 0 0 oovorall, p.... 10 11
Totals...... 11 1 10 In' I Totals 12 42110 2
One out when winning run scored.
Chicago 0 00000000 0-4
Cincinnati ....... 000000000 11
Three-base pits: . Schulte (2); Downey.
Sacrifice hits: Overall, Beaumont. Left on
bases: Chicago, 6: Cincinnati, S. Bases on
balls: Off Overall, J; Beebe, 2. Bases on
errors.' Chicago t; "Cincinnati. 2. Struck
out: By Overall, 7:- by Beebe, S. Time
l.ii. .Umpires: O'Day and Brennan.
Vale Captain Resigns.
NEW HAVEN, Conn., April 14. Stephen
II. Phllbln has tendered his resignation as
captain of the Yale base ball team.
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Standing of the Teams
Kansas i uy.
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HAT'L. LEAOCR. ) AMER. LEAOT'E.
Boston ,-.m 1 0 1 Chicago . ... 1 0 1.0"0
Brookl-n 1 1 Cleveland .... 1 0 !.)
Cincinnati..- 1 0 1.0 0 Washington.. 1 0 1.M
Pittsburg. 1 l.l St. Louis 0 1 .0 5
St. Louis. 0 1 Detroit 0 1 .WX)
Chicago 0 1 .0"0 Boston 0 0 .W0
Philadelphia. 0 1 ..' New York ... 0 0 .0"")
New York... 0 1 .000, Phllalelphla.. 0 1 .W
National League Brooklyn at Philadel
phia, New York at Boston, Pittsburg at St,
Louis, Chicago at Cincinnati.
American League St. 1-ouls at Chicago,
Cleveland at Detroit. Philadelphia at Wash
ington. Boston at New York:
American Association Louisville at
Columbus, Kansas City at Minneapolis,
Milwaukee at SU Paul, Indianapolis at
Rourkes at Home
for Game Today
Mormn?;ide College Team of Sioux
XJity Will Play Omaha at Vinton
Park Tbi. Afternoon.
AdHI 11 (Special.)
DlUl W v. a i - ' ' ....
The Mornlngslde baso ball team will leave
for Omaha tomorrow morrtng, where they
will meet the Omaha Western league team
l . ,n. .imt nark In the afternoon.
Arrangements for the game were made
April 1, when Coaon jaca. uuwi
Omnha attending the track meet.
The Mornlngslde squad has rhown steady
improvement during tmslr exhibition games
with the Sioux, on one occasion going
eleven Innings with that team. lolng by
the score of 4 to 3. The llrfeup today:
nmaha. . . lorm"H?' .
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r orrtdoVl' . .V. V. ... V. .Short West
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Shotton...... V ' - Weise
Welc' Catch Parnsh
Cad man, A gnerw . . . .Cs ton Rasmussen
K eeley. Saunders. . .Pitch R"8"
Furchner , - " -
Hanson. Patton Pitch
CORNELL BASE BALI. SCHEDULE
Season Opens lth Gnme at Co Col-
..-n..nvT T Anrll 14 fSoe-
clal!-The Cornell base ball .chedule has
been announcea a iuhut.o.
April 2?-Coe at Cedar Rapids.
April 30-Orlnnell at Mount Vernon.
My a-Nebraska at Mount Vernon.
May a Ames at Mount Vernon.
May 12 Leander Clark at Tipton.
May IS Ames at Ames.
Mny 14 Simpson at IndlanoIO.
Msy 1-Qrtnnell at Qrlnnell.
, May 17 Iowa at Iowa.
May 21 Simpson at Mount Vernon.
May 24 Monmouth at Mount Vernon.
Mav28 Coe at Mount Vernon.
June 3 Iowa at Mount Vernon.
"The. track team will have four meets
this season, as follows:
May 7 Home meet. , , .
tv 1 Dual meet with Leander Clark at
May Z !OWa college mewl Ml vriuu:ii.
June 4 Dual meet with Coe college at
MdalifoV" Sooth DaUota"A tbleles.
' HrUON. 9. D.. April ' 14 -(Speclal.-Medals
te be awarded to -the winning ath
letes at the state Intercollegiate track meet
to be held In- thin city In May are on exhi
bition here. They are gold, silver and
bronxe. A large silver and gold cup has
also been received. This cup will go to the
winning school, and when won for three
successive years by the same school be
comes Its permanent property. Lively Inter
est 1s being taken by colleges of the state
In the approaching meet.
Kane Here Sunday Sure.
A telegram was received by Pa Rourke
Thursday morning from Jimmy Kane,
Omaha's' first baseman, saying that he
would arrive m omana Sunday morning at
g o'clock without fall. He was exDer-ted
Saturday morning, but was unavoidably
I'm pi res In Tbree-I League.
CHICAGO. April 14. President A. R.
Tearney of the Three I league today an
nounced the umpires for the coming season
as follows: Edward Eckman, Robert L.
Caruthers. Frank L. Qentns and Thomas
W hue. All are experienced umpires ex
cept Oenlns, who, however, has been i
ball player for many years. . ,
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WHITE SOX GET GOOD START
Chicago Americans Whitewaih St.
Louis Three to Nothing:.
SMITH FEATURE PERFORMER
Pitcher Holds Mtsaoarlaaa to Lone
some lilt Washington Defeats
Athletics at Capital Three
CHICAGO, April 14. Chicago defeated St.
Louis, 1 to 0, today In the opening game
of the season. Smith pitched a great game,
holding the visitors to one hit, and only
one St Louis man reached eecond base.
The winners played well In the field. Score:
CHICAGO. gT. LOl lB.
Hnhn. rf I 0 I 0 Odton. it 4 0 0 0 ft
ZecUr, Ib t 10 1 OWallar. lb.. I 0 0 10
fa rent. ct....l 0 4 0 OHnffniui, cf..l 0 0 0
DoiiRhortr, If 4 1 0 0 0(lrl, ID.... I 0 14 0
Oandll. lb... I 110 I OHoruoll, M..I 0 I I 0
rnrteii, lb... 1 l u 1 OAhatein, ID..! 0 II 1
Ul kbum. w 4 0 t I oix-mmitt, rt. S 1 I 0 0
Parna, e 1111 PStrphona, .. 0 t s
Smith, p t Oil OUraham. D...I 0011
Laka, p 0 0 0 0
Total a 0 17 14 O'Crlai 1 0 0 0 0
Totals 23 1 24 13
Batted for Lake In ninth.
St. Louts 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Chicago 0 0001101 -3
Two-base hit: Dougherty. Hits: Off Gra
ham, 3 In five and one-third Innings; off
Lake, 2 In two and two-thirds Innings. Sac
rifice hits: Stephens, Parent. Left on bases:
St. Louis, 1; Chicago, 7. Pases on balls:
Off Graham, 3; off Lake, 1: off Smith, 2.
Hit with pitched ball: Uy Graham, Oandil.
Struck out: Uy Lake, 2: by Smith, 6. Time:
1:40. Umpires: O'Loughlln and Perrln.
Cleveland Urate Detroit.
DETROIT, April 14. Cleveland and De
troit seesawed their way through a ten
Inning game that finally was won In the
overtime by the visitors, 9 to 7. The home
team got away In the lead, but Cleveland
went by in the seventh. Detroit tied It In
the ninth, but four doubles and a single
In the next inning gave Cleveland a four
run lead that Dtrolt's two- run rally could
Joss started badly, but braced In the
fourth and was unhittable until the ninth
and tenth. Mullln did not have bis speed
and seemed overtrained. He was wild at
the start and was hit often and hard
from the fifth Inning on. Crawford was
the Individual star, driving In four runs
and scoring the one that tied It In - the
ninth, which he opened with a double.
It was the best opening day weather In
years, and a new attendance record was
Cleveland 0 0 0 0 2 2 1 0 O 4-9
Detroit 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 27
Two-base hits: Cobb (2). Crawford.' Mor-
larlty, Krueger, Turner Lajole, Clarke,
Birmingham Joss. Sacrlfce hits: Dele
hanty T. Jones, Krueger, Bradley, Joss.
Sacrifice fly: Lajole. Stolen bases: Cobb,
Lajole. Left on bases: Detroit, 4; Cleve
land 6. First base on balls: Off Mullls, 4;
off Joss, 1. First base on errors: Detroit,
1; Cleveland 1. Hit by pitcher: By Mullln,
1 (Lord); by Joss, 1 (Morlarty). Struck
out: By Mullln, 6; by Joss, 5. Wild pitch:
Mullln z. Time: Z.l. umpires: Sheridan
Waahlngton, 3 Phlladelr O.
WASHINGTON, April 14. Pre t Taft,
Vice President Sherman and n. . other
notables occupied boxes at the opening
game of the American league this after
noon. President Taft received from Ban
Johnson pass No. 1 to all American league
games, and Vice President Sherman, who
was at the White House during the day. re
ceived pa?s No. 2. Both are enclosed In
handsome leather cases. Mrs. Taft accom
panied the president.
"It doesn't matter whether my pass Is
No. 1, 2 or 3," said the vice president; "It
Is the pa-s that tickles me. I am going to
put Curtis of Kansas In the chair,' and go
to the game."
Senator Curtis, who had accompanied the
vice president to the White House, re
marked: "That is the way he gets rid
of me." The ecore:
Washington 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 4-3
Philadelphia 0. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Two-base hits: Sehaefer 2, LellvehV 2),
MUen, Johnson, Baker. Sacrifice hits: Le
ave It. Stolen bases: Unglaub. Plank. Double
play: Murphy-to Baker to Barry; Collins to
Davis. Left on bases: Washington, 7; Phil
adelphia, 5. Bases on balls: Off Johnson.
3. First base on errors: Philadelphia, 1.
Hit with pitched ball: By Plank. 1. Struck
out: By Johnson. 9; by Plank, 6. Wild
pitch: Johnson. Time: 1:53. Umpires: Ev
ans and Egan.
Tie in Fourteen Innings. '
NEW YORK, April 14. The New Tork
and Boston Americans battled for fourteen
Innings today until darkness stopped the
game, with the score 4 to 4. The contest
was witnessed by an assemblage so htrge
that spectator crowded on tne playing
In the early part of the game the High
landers played poorly and errors by Foster
and Austin gave the Red Sox what looked
to be a safe lead. The locals started to
hit Clcotte In the third inning and drove
Mm from the rubber In the seventh, when
Wood took his place with men on third and
first and none out.
The newcomer made a wild' pitch on his
first serve to Chase, Hemphill scored and
Wolter went to third. Chase's sacrifice fly
registered Wolter and tied the score. After
this Wood held the locals at his mercy.
His work, however, was not as good as
Vaughn's. The New oYrk left-hander
never faltered In the early innings and
gained strength as the game prooeeded. He
was not scored on after the fifth and struck
out some of the visitor's strongest bats
men. Lord and Hemphill led In etlck work.
Chase played a wonderful game at first
for the Highlanders. Score:
IOWA BOOSTING BALL TEAM
Manager Has Schema to Sell Eight
Hundred Season Tickets.
IOWA CITY, la., April 14:' (Special.)
With several of the stars still on the hos
pital list the Iowa base ball squad will
commence a second series of games today
with the Davenport Three-I leaguers on
the local diamond. Last week the varsity
lost four guiiu.'S to the professionals and
Captain Burrell and his men are anxious to
annex a victory or two this week.
Manager Martin B. Smith has figured
out a new form of season ticket for the
seven home games and If S00 are sold at
11.76, thero will be a 50 cent rebate to each
holder of one of the tickets.
Since it has been made known that the
board was looking for a successor to Man
ager Smith next year there havelieen many
applications made. Among other names
that have been mentioned are Benjamin
Butler of Muscatine, Clifford Crowe of
Clarion, manager- of the co.hge annual this
year; K. Clydo Bobbins, present alumni
secretary, and a faculty member who
Uluetn'l wish his Identity to be mode known.
NATIONAL UMPIKKS ASSIGNED
President Lynch Names Men to
Referee Opening; Games.
NEW YORK, April 14 President Lynch
of the National league today assigned his
umpires for tomorrow's opening contests,
Philadelphia Klem, plate; Kane, field.
Cincinnati O'Day, plate; Brennan, field.
St. Louis Johnstone, plate; Motan, field.
Boston Rlgler, plate; Emslte, fluid.
Nowhere in the country Is the umpire's
cry of "play ball" awalter"more eagerly
than in New York. Tomorrow, if the
weather Is propitious, will be a gala day
at American league park, where the New
Yorks and the Bostons will Inaugurate lo
cally the rhampionsnlp race of 1410.
Manager Stalling la predicting great
things for his team this year.
President Lynch of the National league
a 111 see the opening game at Boston.
Manager Mctiraw of New York an
nounced that the New York club had asked
waivers on Outfielder Al Shaw and that
Brooklyn has claimed him.
Pitcher West Ineligible.
IOWA CITY. Ia.. April 14.-(Speclal.
West, one of the star pitcher on the Uni
versity of Iowa squad, has been declared
eligible by the faculty. With Captain Bur
rell. Coach Greene now has two dependable
twlrlers for use this seion. West pitched
tho last four Innings against Davenport
yesterday and won the contest In the t-nth
Inning with a slashing single to center,
Merlul for Drake Alhletea.
DES MOINES. April 14. (Special.) At a
meeting of the "D" club of Drake univers
ity It was decided to give a medal to every
point winner In the home field meet to be
held at the stadium April 30. Gold modals
will be given the first pluce winners, silver
the second plsoe and hro:nu the third place.
To cover the expense of these medal t an
nlerialumeut vtUl be given by the club.
Table is Turned and Louisville Barely
Misses Whitewash Score
Nine to One.
COLUMBUS. O, April 14-Loulsvllles
team that shut out Columbus In the open
lug game avoided a similar feat, today In
the ninth Inning, when Dunleavy trlppled
and Soffell singled. The home team won,
9 to 1. Six of the runs were made in the
second inning, when Fisher put three
passes In between bits by Hinchman, Od
well, Itellley, Downs and Rossman. Field
lng by Downs was a, feature. Score:
'Batted for Huachlmnn In the ninth.
Columbus 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 9
Louisville 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11
Htolen bases: Hinchman. Odwell. Three-
bsse hits: Odwell, Dunleavy. Double
piny: Downs to Kltton. Pitching record:
Fisher, 1 Innliitfr 9 at bat, 6 hits, 5 runs;
Bushelman, liM, Innings, ,21 at bat, I hits,
4 runs. Struck out: By Sltton, 6; by
Fisher, 1; by Bushelman, 4. Base on balls:
Off Sltton, 4; off Fisher, 3; off Bushelman,
3. Wild pltoh: Bushelman. Hit by pitched
ball: Hinchman, by Bushelman. Passed
ball: Hughes. Time: 2.02. Umpires:
Van Syckle and Guthrie.
amo called end 14tli Inning; darkness.
Boston 1 020100000000 04
New York 0 010010200000 04
Two-base hits: Speaker, Sweeney, Hemp
hill, Chase. Three-base hit: Lord. Sacri
fice hits: Wolter, McConnell, Austin. Sacri
fice fly: Chase. Stolen base: Hooper. IWt
on bases: Boston, 6; New York, 6. First
base on errors: Boston, 2. Double play:
Foster to Gardner to Chase. Struck out:
By Vaughan, 7; by Clcotte, 1; by Wood, .
Base on balls: Off Vaughan, 2; off Clcotte,
1. Wild pitch: Wood. Passed ball: Sweeney.
Hits: Off Clcotte, 9 In seven Innings (none
out In eighth); off Wood. 2 In seven In
nings. Time: 2:45. Umpires: Connolly and
Toledo Wins Uphill Game.
TOLEDO, April 14. The Toledo team
made a great uuhlll fight against Indian
apolis this afternoon and won In the tenth.
After the third Inning Owens steadied down
and the visitors could not bunch hits.
while the local team played steady ball.
A base on balls, a sacrifice, a passed ball
and a long outfield fly scored for Toledo
In the tenth. The score:
'Ran tor Hickman in tenth.
Two out when winning run was made.
Indianapolis 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 02
Toledo 0 00100001 1 i
Stolen bases: Williams, ' Graham. Sacri
fice hits: Elwert, McCarthy, Graham.
Earned runs: Toledo, 2; Indianapolis, 1.
Two-base hits: Burch, Callahan (2), Carr.
Three-base hit: Land. Base on bails: Off
Owen, 2; off Graham, 1. Struck out: By
Graham. 6. Left on bases: Toledo, z; In
dianapolis, 9. Double plays: Graham to
Lewis to Carr; Lewis to wiiuama to carr.
Passed balls: Land. Howerman. Hit by
pitched ball: Spencer. 2. Time: 2:10. Um
pires: Cusack and Bicrhalter,
Minneapolis, Uj Kansas City, O.
MINNEAPOLIS, April 14. Minneapolis
won the second game of the series today
through the excellent pitching of Hughes
and his own hard hitting. 1 he tall hurler
drove in four runs with his triple and
home run. He fanned eight men and kept
the Kansas City hits well scattered. Good
support enabled him to score a 6 to 0 shut
out. Brandon was found freely. The score:
Batted for Brandon in the ninth.
Minneapolis 02001102 -8
Kansas City 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Home run: Hughes. Three-base hits:
Hughes and Smith. Two-base bits: Wil
liams and Shannon. Stolen bases: Shan
non, Downles. Sacrifice hits: Altlzer, Love,
Brandom. Left on bases: Minneapolis, 7;
Kansas City-. Struck out: By Hughes, 8;
by Brandom, 3. Banes on bulls: Off Hughes,
1; off Brandom, 3. Hit by pitched ball: By
Brandom (Altlser). Time of game: 1:52. Um
pires: Ferguson and Owens.
St. Paul Trims Milwaukee.
ST. PAUL, April 14. St. Paul turned the
tables on Milwaukee today, winning the
second game of the series by a score of 6
to 2, by bunching hits off McOlynn In the
fourth and eighth Innlngn. Gehrlng, on the
other, hand, . pitched consistent ball at all
as a feature. The
St. Paul J...?.'..". V M 1 H 0 I M
Milwaukee 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 02
Three-base hits: Jones, Murray, Barrett,
Robinson. Home run: Murray. Stolen bases:
8peucer,. Robinson. Double plays: Autrey,
McCormlck and Autrey; Robinson, Mc
Cormlck and McGann. Bases on balls: Off
Gehrlng, 3. Struck out: By Gehrlng. 6; by
MoGlynn, 4. Sacrifice hits: Boucher (2).
Left on bases: St, Paul, 4; Milwaukee, 4.
Time: 2:00. Umpires: Chill and Hayes.
SOLDIERS WIN . FROM BELLEVUE
Military Gives Colleare Lads Drubbing
In Tltfht Game.
In a well played game on the post dia
mond yesterday the soldiers of Fort Crook
Miltt) another victory to ineir string Dy
beating the boys 'from Bollevue 0 to 5.
BelUwue played a very good game, but
was weak with the bat when hits meant
runs. The features of the game were the
one-handed catch by Decker and the base
swaling of Kalul. In the fourth Inning
Kalal pilfered everything from second to
BIXTliKNTH INFANVRT. BEULEVUB.
Kalal. 2b.... I 112 0 Martin. Ib... t 1 1 V 0
Waller, lb... 6 I 11 0 1 Larson, sa... 4 10 11
Murphy, cl... 4 t t 0 OFowlar, lb... 4 0 12 0 1
Sharer, e t 0 1 1 OMuora, 2b 4 1 I 4 o
Blater, rf ( 0 10 OCadr, ct-p... 4 0 0 1 0
Waahock, If., i 0 0 0 OOhman, It... 4 110 0
Dackar, as.... 8 0 8 3 tStukla, e t 1 7 1 8
bltah, Ib 4 110 S Roach, p-cf.. I 1111
HaxrlB. p..... 10 1 OHulmea, rt... 3 0 0 0 0
Oornilejr, p.. 0 0 0 0 ODowden, rt... 1 0 0 0 0
Tctalt XI S 27 8 Tola la 3 6 34 U I
Sixteenth Infantry.. 3 10 10 10 0 -
Bellovue 0 0 0 1 0 0 U 1 3-5
Earned runs: Sixteenth Infantry. 6; Bella.
vuo, 8. Three-base hit: Stukle. Sacrifice
hits. Kalal. Slater. Stolen bases: Kalal,
(8), Waller, Murphy, Washock, Birch and.
Koacn. Buses on balls: ore Harris, z; on
Roach. 5: off Cttdy. 3. Hit by Ditched ball:
By Harris, 1. Struck out: By Harris, 3;
by Roach, 5; by Cady, 2. Time of game;
2:tX). Umpire: Newsome.
ELIGIBILITY CLUB AT IOWA CITY
"Sphinx" Delaoey Has New Plan for
IOWA CITY. Ia., April 14. (Special.)
lowa atmeus win lorm an "feligibi.ity
club," according to a new scheme to b
started this week. Blanks have been se
cured by Track Coach "Sphinx" Delaney
which will bs filled out for each athiete
and the signature requested of the reg
lstrar of the university. This will form
the certificate of membershlu.
There has been so much agitation for
the last three months on the eligibility
of the various . athletes and there have
been so many charges and countercharges
concerning the standing of some of the
star perrormers on the track and diamond
that Coach Delaney figured out a Bcheme
to stop the alleged misrepresentations
Hence the foundation of the "Eligibility
The blanks, which will be filled out for
every candidate of the various teams, con
talned an attached ticket. This will be
given to the men and will be the card of
membership. It Is believed In this fashion
that reports and rumors concerning the
eJlfilbl Ity of the athletes will be settled
once and for all.
HARVARD MEN MOW WITH TARS
Crew Leaves Cambridge for Annapolis
fur Big Race.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass.. April 14. The Har-
vara crew, which will race the navy crew
St Annapolis next week, will leave for the
Devern tomorrow morning. The race has
bem definitely set for 4:30 o'clock Thurs
day afternoon. April 21. 'n Us last light
practice at home the crew todav showed
an Improved form and Harvard men hope
that the slump of the lust two weeks has
betn ended. In the race the Harvard crew
will row in the following order:
Stroke, Cutler; Waid. 7; Newton, ; Ba
con, 6; Hooper. 4: Bulch, 2: Sargent. 2
Whitney, bow. Two substitutes. Strong
and Vletcalf, will te taken along tomor
Booth Dakota League.
WATERTOWN. S. !.. April . 3peclal )
At a meeting of the managers of the
a x laipe teams In the northern part of
South Lmkota, held at Kedildd, it was
ihcijtd to organise a permanent state
league.. M'atertown, Aherdeen. Uedfield,
Coiule, Milbunk and Faulkton have in.
tend the league, while It la expected that
Fioux Kails, Huron and Ipswich will Jolrj
luler. Officers were elerted and two spe
cial con mil tees appointed, one to diaw
up a set of rules to govern the umpires
and another to arrange a schedule.
T11. to Ui 6lturtion-Be Want Ada,
PA'S COLTS TAKE THIS CAME
Omaha Defeats Lincoln Five to Four
in Ten Innings.
NINTH PROVES LIFE SAVER
With Two Men Out, Itoarkea Tie
the Score anal Win by Bnaehlna;
Their lilts In Kxtrn
LINCOLN, Neb., April II. -(Special Tele
gram.) The Rourkes broke up Lincoln's
winning streak today and won a tight ten
Inning exhibition battle by a score of 8 to
4. The Antelopes seemingly had the game
sewed up by a shutout score, when the
Rourkes broke lose In the ninth and, with
two men down, ran In two counters and
tied the tally. Two walks, errors by Clark
and Jude, and safe hits 'by Cadman and
Sanders scored the tying runs,
i The Rourkes hopped onto McGrsth vic
iously In the tenth, Shotten and King land
ing for triples, while Corrldon and Welch
contributed doubles.- Three runs resulted.
Hanson's two passes and Clarke's triple
netted lm Anfolopes a palr, but tha
Rourkes fielded steadily In the pinch and
pulled the victory out of the fire. Farthing,
the Lincoln south-paw, pitched six superb
Innings for Lincoln, holding Omaha to two
hits. The score:
... A.B. 11. H. P.O. A. E.
Waldron, rf 4 0 0 8 0 0
Gagnler, as 4 0 ' 0 5 6 0
Thoma. lb 5 1 I 11 1 0
Jude. lf. 2 111111
uockman, Kb 4 2 1110
Cobb, rf 3 0 1 0 0 0
James, 2b .. 4 0 0 1 6 0
Clark, c 5 0 1 4 0 1
Farthings, p i. t 0 0 1 1 0
Knapp 1 0 0 0 0 0
Mcuratn, p 1 0 0 0 3 0
Hogrtever 1 0 0 0 0 0
Totals S6 4 7 30 23 2
A.B. R. II. P.O. A. E.
Shotten, If 6 1 2 4 0 0
Fox, 2b 3 0 0 1 1 0
King, cf 2 113 0 0
Corrldon, ss 5 12 17 2
Welch, rf 4 1 1 0 0 0
Schlpke, 8b 8 0 0 1 8 1
Hollenbeck. lb 4 1 0 16 0 0
Gondlng. c 2 0 0 2 1 0
Cadman, c 2 0 1 2 10
Furchner, p 1 0 0 0 3 0
Sanders 1. 0 1 0 0 0
Hanson, p 0 .0 0 0 0 0
Totals 32 5 8 30 17 S
Knapp batted for Farthings In the sixth.
Hogrlever batted for McGrath In tenth.
Sanders batted for Furchner In ninth.
Lincoln 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 21
Three-base hits: Clark. Shotton. King.
Two-base hits: Thomas, Jude, Cockman,
Cobb. Corrldon. Welch. Double play:
Jamos to GagDier to Thomas. Stolon baaees:
Gagnler, 2; Shotten. Sacrifice hits: James,
Fox, King. Struck out: By Farthing. 1.
Baocs on balls: Off Farthing. 4: off Mc
Grath, 3; off Furchner. i; off Hanson, t.
Hit by pitched ball: uy Mcuratn, i; Dy
Hanson, 1. Wild pitch: Hanson. Time of
game: 2:05. Umpire: Wood. Attendance: E00.
Conley-Webstrr Boat la Off.
LOS ANGELES, April 14. The proposed
forty-five-round bout here on April 30, be
tween Frankle Conley and Danny Webster,
for the bantam-weight championship, has
been declared off by Promoter McCarey,
the fighters not being able to agree on the
number of rounds.
Defeat for ThreI Team.
IOWA CITY. Ia.. April 14. (Special Tele
gram.) Iowa defeated Davenport Three-I
league team here toaay, 1 to v, in a last
ten-lnntng game. Becker and West held
the leaguers to three hits, West winning
ills own game in tne tentn witn a single.
which scored Noble.
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BEN LOMOND, Cal.. April 14. With the
exception of a long drill over . the muddy
roads in the morning, Jeffries took a
vacation today. A crowd of Santa Crils
admirers of the fighter spent part of the
morning craning their necks In trying to
get a glimpse of the former champion
through the dusty windows of the gymnas
ium and were repaid for their efforts only
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his road work and entered his Quarters.
Carpenters were at work In the gymnas
ium this afternoon tearing a hole In the
roof to allow light attd a'r to enter. New
mats, medicine balls and other apparatus
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count of the changes being made, Jeffries,
finding It Impossible to work In the
gymnasium, took his rod and reel and
tramped up the stream In search of trout.
"It Is a mistake to thik that training
corslsts only In these work horse stunts,"
he said to a visitor. "1 get lots of good
out of these fishing trips and the sport
of It keeps mo from going stale."
Jeffries passed, up the boxing today on
advice of his trainers and attendants who
feared he was setting a bit too fast a pace
In tha whirlwind stunts of tha last tew
days. Old assoclatos of Jeffries, who have
studied the fighter closely say the psycholo
gical element figures in his development
more than that of any other pugilist and
that he requires a certain amount of sport
and diversion in his training or he goes
Mrs. Jeffries, whose Illness proved more
serious then was at first supposed, will
leave the camp for Oakland tomorrow
night. It will be necessary for her to
undergo an operation.
Horse Owners of Omaha Prepare to
Resume Racing at the East
The Omaha Gentlemen's Roadster club
Is making preparations for matinee driving
races on Its course near Cut-Off lake this
The track will be put in shape as soon
as tha weather Is settled and It la ex
pected that the first matinee will be hold
in June. It is planned to hold events
every Saturday afternoon.
The membership includes about 109 at
the present and some good races arc
looked for, as the owners of horses have
taken advantage of the early spring and
have been working out their racers to get
them in first-class shape for tho first
According to the predictions of those who
are active in tho club this season promises
to be one of the most successful that has
been experienced in Omaha. Announce
ment of the first race will be made as
soon as preliminary arrangements are
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