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TIIK BKR: OMAHA. WKDNTSPAY. MAY 11. 1010.
Crowds at Western Opening- in the North; Omaha, Des Moines, Deliver and Wichita Win
THOUSANDS iSEfrMAHA WIN
COLONELS WIN IN THE TENTH
Local Fandom Delighted by -Victory
in Opener.' . '
FINAL SCORE "IS; XEN TO . POUR
I onlele Politely In Air- at
rl (leal ' Jtana and Men on
liases Ml lo rinte and
. " l.lory.
Mote than fi.000 wild bse ball bugs hw
Dniaha take a fall out of Topeka TuesdaJ
afternoon In the opening .of the home sea
son at Vinton park. It ona of those
weiid contests In which the visitors, feel
ing the spirii of thf- occasion, handed over
a few runs In appreciation of the fact that
Pa let them play In his 'ball lot on the
The score Indirated tliat Omaha atood
first with ten good. baf:d-coaied tallies,
while theC'ooleyftes, afttr searching their
clothes, eild only produce four countets.
)f the Xn 'Omaha got, thiee were due en
tirely tj. error hy Aobnirand Rellly, when
Kaiif crossed the plate, once In the third
and onre In the fifth Schlpke slipped In on
the Mimo play' that scored Kane the second
time. - '
Oth boots mHdc by- the Topeka buncn
let Orb a ha men on.' bas apd (rave them
a rhanca'to score. Rellly stood like a
granite' head when Gondlng hit a medium
fan! one right straight at him and looked
ax If h eie rooted lo the around until
th ball bounded (Hit In center field.
The Kdurkes made but seven hits, hul
thee canHi at times when hits were run
making. Vhlle Topekas eight knocks
netted therv-otily their four ecoits:
Shotton started the bin noe In the flrat
and beatlnR out a bunt along; the third base
line and Mealing second. After Fox and
King hadbeen whiffed by Mr. Fugate, Kane
aliped a hot ono along the third base aide
and scored Shotton. .'Corridon went to first
un K unities error an hiked to third when
Welch sacrificed. He then scored on (fund
ing's sacrifice. Skipper Pill Schlpke, alias
Captain Pill, wondod on' the wrist by Fu
gate, went to second on Oondlng'a effort
and set sail for home when young Mr. Mc
Cafferty stung a two-sacker over Into left
and reached the port in plenty -of time.
AlMiut this time t'olley'a boya felt they
should show the big bunch of fans, that
they were perfect gentlemen and atarted to
hand over runs.
Score: " ' '
AO. It. H. PO. A.
Schlpke. 3b 3
7 27 12
8 24 11
0 0 0
0 0 0
0 0- 4
1 1- 8
Two-hnie hlts Mc-
Cafferty. Kane. Wooley, Kerns,, Hellly. Pac
riflce hits: Corridon, Welch, Uondlng,
Rellly. Left on bases: Omaha." 6; Topeka,
1". Rases on balls: Off McCafferty, 4; off
Hollcnbeck. 2; off Fugate, 3. Htruck out:
By Holler.beok. 6; by Fugate, 8. Hit with
pitched ball: Hy Fugate. 3. Stolen bases:
Shotton, Schlpke, Fox. Time: 2:00. Umpire:
Spencer. Attendance: 8,n00.
ST. JOK IN AH IK
. IIOI.O Utt.
For Three InniiiKs Druniniera Keep
I'p, Then Champs Win, 11 to 4.
PES MOINES, la.. May 10. For three In
nings St. Joseph gave the Champions a bat
tle, but In the fourth Watson blew up and
l)ea Moines won by the score of 11 to 4. The
two pitchers were in great form for the
first three rounda and Herche kept up
the work until the end of the eighth In
ning, when he was forced to retire, a line
drive Injuring his pitching hand. The hat
ting of Mattlck waa the feature of the
game. The center rielder hit the ball hard
and in timely faahion. The flrat runs, how
ever, were driven In by Koerner with a
terrific smaxh to center field. ' McChertney
and Wntson batted In, the St. Joswnh
Mayor Hanna proclaimed a half
holiday and the city council headed
arade to the grounds. Score:
tn n it rr
Wolfe, c ,
les Moines .
itson In ninth.
0 0 0 4 4 1 1
.0 0 0 0 0 2 I
iwo-DHe hits: Hal ton. Watson.
mis: .Matt ck Vt. f. u .-n-
Olf Herche. 6 off w..., I i ,.
Powers. Ruftls. rt h.n
pilch: Herche. Struck out'
hv ltin 1 K.. liv.
Hy Herche. C:
U Jf'" i!" ' ol"!u". Haftls, Palton. Nel-
.-uu.nr piay: nercne to Co Icin lo
Sacrifice hits: Colligan (2. M.t.
lime: 2:15. L'niolre: Mullen
-Not One Harned Hun. bnt They 4'onnt
LINCOLN May 10Never in the hlitory
-Lbf!"iV"".h" the 'e aea
son In Lincoln opened under more auspic
ious cl.cumstanc.a than today. When 11111
Plre Haskell called the gayte, William J
Bryan - w as m- the -boxr llenry T. Clarke
railway commissioner, catching, and Mavur
Love at tJJe tat. In addition there were,
no I. is than 7.610 people crowded Into the
grand ota fid. bleachers and overrunlnng
the grounos and the territory and house
tops adjacent thereto. . Linooln did her
best, but lot the contest In an early Inning
to Denverr 6 to 3.
Practically eery tMisiuesa house In the
city closed for the afternoon, all the state
office and all local office followed auit.
The Commercial club, more than 300
strong, formed part of a parade, which
rassed throuah the businvsa part of town.
!.onif before J o'clock no sest wss left and
the people, rrowded bver to the diamond
When Bras CemmUsion-r Clarke and
Mayor Love rtmds their appeaiance on tka
grounds, the Immense 'crowd cheered vig.
orously. When Bryan walked over to the
ruotain of the Linooln team and secured a
mlt and glove and 4he other two aecured
a clove and bt. there, waa a louder cheer.
When thev shed their coats and began
u warm uo. 'the crowd ret w ild. Whn
the. game was called. Mr. Brvan actually
put the ball over thj plate. Mayor Love
failed to strike at .''It and Henry Clarke
scooped it in and he did npt wear a mask
The ball game. , - - '
Dt-nver made 5 the first Inning- and it
aaa all chaiK'd up To Jack Thomas, who
missed a pop tip-aud then missed a thrown
ball that he should- not have missed. That
did the business. Jnde- with a hit Ih tha
sixth brought in two for Mncoln and then
one skinned over In the eighth,, but It waa
1 he score:
I1ENVER. . Il l- A, ! f. ml . ' I . aW J" v . ila?. . . w'f II 1 I
. h. o. a; k:
0 1 3 ft
14 3 1
0 . -1 , 0 1
0 3 0 0
1 10 1 0
3 2 0 0
2 4 11
0 0 3 0
27 12 4
. H. O. . A. E.
0 3 0 0
0 0 2
1 10 0
14 0 6
0 12 0
0 7 2 0
6 27 4
0 0 0 0 0 0-8
I lolaji. .lb
0 0 0 2 0 10-3
(2), Kelly. Mc-
Aleese (2), Weaver,
HtoUn bases: Coek-
man 2, Weaver.
Sacrlflce hit: Ioktn.
Oouble play: Kelly to Lindsay to Weaver.
Struck out: Hy Knapp, 6; by Hammond,
3. . Base on balls: Off Knapp, 4; off Ham
mond, 2. Hit by pitched ball: Knapp, 1.
Time: 2:05. I'mplre: Harkell. Attend
SIOl X DROPS ITS HOME (iAME
Wichita In Tenth Inning: Scores Three
SIOI X CITY. Ia., May 1Q.-9loux City
opened the base ball season at home today
to a crowd of 5,000 fans, having Wichita as
an opponent, the latter winning in a ten
Inning contest, 7 to '4. The usual opening
dav festivities wire Indulged in, the play
ers and eltlserii forming.' la a long auto
mobile parade before the game. Mayor
Smith pitched the fin ball, over the plate.
It looked as ir Sioux City had the game
cinched, but at thf opening of the ninth
Weateszil singled. Claire struck out and
Shaw doubled. labeMl. batting for Bhaner,
was thrown out at first. Westenll acor
Ing. Hughes hit an easy fly to (Julllln, who
accommodatingly muffed It, allowing Shaw
to score the tlelng run. two Bingtes. a
double and two more rrora scored three
In the tenth and won the game for the
visitors. Both pitchers were in good form.
Chabek with perfect support would have
won his game, viuiinn piayea wtin a
broken finger, which made Ills work poor.
AB. R. H. PO. A.E.
Oulllin. ss 4 0 10 14
Andreas, 2b 2 1 1 4 S 0
Neighbors, cf 4 1110
Fenlon,.rf 5 1 10 1
Town, c. S 0.' 0 11.' 1 '-1
Collins. . If.. i. 0 ;'I 11: 0 0
4 I X 1U 2 V
...... .23 4
....... 5 0
Belden. lb : 4. 0
Jokerst. lb 1 0
Mlddleton, rf ft 1
Jarnlgan, If., B 0
Pettlgrew, cf 6 0
Wegterrll. 3b 4 2
Claire, as...; ( , 2
Shaw. c. 4 a
Shaner, p 3 0
M-bell 1 0
llassler, p.., : l o
Totals 43 , 7 11 30 1
Batted for Shaner In nlhtrtJ '
moux uity. .., 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0-4
wicnita 0 1 0 u 1 0 0 0 2 t 7
. stolen bases: Hughes (2). Stem. Two.
base hits: Shaw (2). Home run: Fenlon
Hacrifica hits: Welch. . Neighbors, Towns.
i. i? 2.pu y: Jarn,r' to Shaw. Innings
" J. moaner, s. oase nits: ort Sha
ner 9. Struck out: By Chabek, 8: by Sha
ner, '; by Hajsler, 1. Bases on balls: Off
. on nassier, i; orr Chabek 1
1V,t i'"h Pltrhd b": By Chabek. Wester-
, ",","lner- ignrois. Time:. 2:36. L'm-
fhw. v-,i rv. Autrnaance: o.ouu,
AMONG THE LOCAL BOWLERS
Sommer I.eacne Get Awar a Fr.
Cisco's Alleys with Wlai of
The Summer league got away last nlaht
at- Franciacoa alleys with a win of two
H.M.c. - ' i.iptmifr faper comnanv
team over the Railroad team. Lee Smith
shot high total of 60S and Will Rowland
got high single of 10. Some of the new
.7" ' """erea wnn stage fright, but
this will soon war off and they will aet
to work all right. Tonight the Eaultabl
Llfes and Heaters. Score: suitable
CARPENTKR PAPER COMPANY. ,
R008TI. , UOWl.lG
One Hundred Fifty Enthaalaata
verted nt rjt.
The Omaha. Booster and Mercantile bowl
ing leagues combined will give a big -banquet
Wednesday evening. May 18.
It is estimated that at laast 150 of the
active and old-time bowlers of the city
will be in attendance. A few of the city
off kills and prominent business men will
be invited as guests.
One of the pioneers of the game, with the
reputation of being the most genial and en
tertaining of loastmasters. will probably
act In that capacity. An entertainment of
musical and vaudeville talent (local and
Imported) ia being planned.
Eah member of the three leagues men
tioned Is at liberty to invite one or two
guests. The Omaha league ba donated a
substantial siim toward expenses and the
captain of each team of the leagues Is to
file a list of members and guests who will
attend and deposit 31 per man with secretary-treasurer
Vultee not later Than Sun
day, 10 a. m May la, at which time the
final meeting of team captains wilt be held.
The following committees will eee that
everything comes off as achedtMed:
Committee of Arrangements M. K. Hunt
ington, chairman: Charles Vultee, secretary-treasurer;
William Weber. Omaha
league; M. . Yousem, Booster league; C.
Vultee. Mercantile league.
Entertainment Committee William and
E. Kttsman. chairmen, will appoint a large
number of aaalatanta. ...
Honors Want Games.
The Hoctor Base Ball club of' South
Omaha is still looking for gamea for May
15 and 22. and also would like to hear
from all out-of-town teams. Address let
ters lo L. C. Marsh. 70s North Twejity
third street, South Omaha. -
If you have anything tu sell or echnj
advertise It In The Bee "Want Ad columns.
1 1 ..rj
BROOKLYN BLANKS PIRATES
Trolley Dodgers Defeat Pittsburg in
One to Nothing Victory.
FIELDING WITHOUT ERROR
Men Support Pitchers In Excellent
Btyle Onlr Two Batsmen Reach
Third Base Darlna; the
PITTSBURG. Mav 10 Brooklyn shut nut
Pittsburg 1 to 0 in a fine rami. inil.
Both Bell and Loever kept the, few hits
wen scattered, but In the alxth, two
singles, a eacrlfic and an out worked In
Ono run. Both Ditchers were aunnortari kv
brilliant and errornesa fieuldlng and only
twice did either team get a man on third.
A 1 A 9 AQ..fc ... A r.
Leach, cf 4 0 1 0 ODanbert, cf.. 4 0 1 0 0
Clark. If... 4 110 Owhsat. If 4 14 0 0
Wsnr. ss... 10 7 1 OMcBlTsen, 16 4 1 J t ft
uol . an. . . , . .
m - w a 0 viwriuion, n. 9 V X U 0
PWnh. 1h . I 1 II 1 A Unmiui k A n a n
WHKM1, ft.... t 0 1 0 (IT. BTOltil. Ml 0 1 4 0
Gibson, I I 4 I Brw. o... 1 1 4 t 0
"TO1, P .-- 10 0 1 VBsll. p t 1 0 1 0
Touis U 17 1 Totals M tl7lo"o
PllUburg 00000900 0 0
Brooklyn 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0-i-l
Two-base hit: Byrne. Sacrifice hits:
Leever. Stolen base: Wagner. Double
play:,. McElveen and Hummell. Base on
balla: Off Leever. 2; off Bell, 1. Struck
out by Leever, 4; by Bell, 4. Left on bases:
Pittsburg, 4; Brooklyn, 4. Time; 1:25. Um
pires: Klem and Kane.
. Chicago, 9 1 Kew York, 5.
CHICAGO, May 10. -Chicago won a poorly
played, but Interesting game from New
York, t to S. today. The winners made
seven errors in the first two Innings, but
later batted Matthewaon and Ames off the
slab. Zimmerman had the unique record
of four errors and then batting out four
safe hits in four times up. Score:
CHICAOO. NEW YORK.
Kvara, 2b.... J 0 4 4 1 Dtrore. If... 4 0 t 0 0
Bhtwsnl. If 4 1 3 1 0 Doris. !b 1 0 1 0 0
Bchults. rf.. 6 t I 0 (if)oyl. b.... 1 0 1 0 0
LixUrui. lb.. 4 1 10 I lriMrhar, 2b.. t 1 3 4 0
RMInf'Ot, 3b. 1 1 1 OMurrsr, rf... 1 0 0 0
naumont, ci i i i u u s-ymour, cr.. 4 1 1 0 1
Zlmmsr'n, m 4 4 I tBrldvell, 4 I 4 1 w
anni. 4 1 f I ) Devlin, lb... I 1 0 0 0
wen.i. p l s i DHtraia, lb... 4 111
Mym, e I 14 0 0
Totals 33 II 17 1( T'shafw 0 0 0 0 0
srhlrt. e 1 0 1 0 0
Hsilwwson, p 1 1 0 I 0
, 'Bevasr .... 1. o 0 0 0
Am, p o 0 0 0 0
Crandall, p.. 1 0 0 0 0
' Totals 14 t 24 IS 2
Kan for Mvtb in sixth.
Batted for Mat hew aon In sixth
Chicago 02002600 9
New York 1 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 06
Two-base hlta: Zimmerman. Hlta: Off
Mathewson, I In five Inninga; off Ames,
6 In one Inning; off Crandall, none In two
innings. Sacrifice hits: Seymour, Shack
ard, Stelnfeldt. Secrlfioe fly: Ifevlln.
Stolen baaes: Murray, 2; Seymour, Devore.
Double playa: Fletcher and Merkle; Cran
dall, Fletcher and Merkle. Left on bases:
Chicago, 8; New York. 8. Bases on balla:
Orr Overall, 4; off Mathewson, 4; off Ames,
Uoff Crandall, 1. Struck out: By Overall,
3: by Mathewson, 2; by Amea. Wild
pitch: Amea. Tim: 1:55. Umpires: John
stone and Moran.
Boston, 5 1 St. Lools, 3.
RT. LOUIS. May 10. Boston got onlv
three hlta off Harman today, hut won from
St. Louis. to 3. Bases on balls and errors
ai-vuunif-u mr ine viciory. r.core:
si. iaji i. buhton.
Hoggins. Jb. 4 t 1 trottlna. If.... t 5 0 0
r.ini, ir i a i o (Gait, rf....
Oakas, cf.... I 1 0 S Moran. rf..
.10 0 0 0
nwiw-oj, iv. a i . v vpnirpt, id... z u a I w
KTanr rf t I t 0 Cghaan, 2b. ... 3 A I 0
Braar.ahan. cl I 1 lHariog. tb... 4 1110
2 0 110
nauaae. aa. . . I o i i iswaetuy. i
Moarrar, lb.. I 0 0 3 0 Beck, at .
LI - .. n A A , .. i
4 0 0 1 0
O f O ft
y.., v v v m uiii,iij, c, . , m V U
Hulawltt ... 1 0 0 rcurtla. n 4 n I I
,10 4 10
fhclpa 100 ti'Smhh 1 0 0 0 0
Totals .... S 7 17 14 I Totals Vt I 17 20 1
Batted for Houser In ninth.
Ratted for Harmon In ninth.
Batted for Moran In eighth.
St. Louis 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 43
Boston 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 3 05
Two-base hits: Evans. Herxog. Three
base hit- Evans. Sacrifice hits: f takes,
Sharpe. Stolen bases: Collins. Mowrey (2).
Hit by pitched ball: By Curt la. Mowrey
(twice); by Harmon. Moron. Base on balls:
Off Harmon, 5; off Curtis. . Struck out:
Bv Harmon, (; by Curtis, 3 Ieft on bases:
St. Louis, ; Boston, 4. Time: 2:06. Um
pires: Rlgler and Kmslle.
Cincinnati, H Philadelphia, .
CINCINNATI, May 10-Ewlng pitched
msgnlflcent ball, but waa taken out to
allow Ward to bat for him in the sixth.
This move gave Philadelphia four runs,
but thereafter the Cincinnati hit Moore
freely and won out, I to tt. Magee was
put out of the game for disputing a de
cision by Umpire Brennan. Scure:
Halted for Ewing In alxth.
slatted for Caatie In mntii.
Batted for Rowan In aeventh.
Philadelphia 1 0 0 0 1 4 0 0 0
Cincinnati 2 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 08
Two-base hlta: Dooin. Ward, Hobiitzel,
Bescher. Three-base hits: Bates, kna'ue.
Home run: Bescher. Hits: off Ewing. 4
In five Innings; off Rowan. 10 In seven
innings, firm flee lilts; Mitchell, Moore,
Fromme. Stolen baes: Urant, Mai",
Branafield. lloblltxel. Paskert. Titus, Bates,
Kgan. Double plays: Downey to Kgau,
Hoblltsel to Dooian to Dooln to Branstleid.
Left on bases: Philadelphia. 9: Cincinnati,
7. Bases on balls: Off Ewing. 2; off Moore.
4; off Egan, 2; off Fromme. 2. Struck out:
Bv Ewing. 1; by Rowan. 4. Passrd ball:
McLean . Time: 2:06. Umpires; O Day and
Standing of the Teams
WEST. LjEAGUE. AMER. ASS N.
Ienver .....12 3 .("WJSt. Paul 18 6 .7M
Wichita ....10 5 ,U7, Minneapolis.. 14 8 .M
St. Joseph:. . 6 . 643 Louisville ...12 12 .600
Lincoln 6 8 .4Columbua ...10 13 .435
Topeka 6 8 .4291 Toledo 10 13 .4:i6
Sioux City.. 8 .3fw Indianapolis. 9 12
Omaha 5 9
Des Moines. 6 12
.36"Mllwaukee.. 8 12 .4K)
2it4 Kansas City. 6 12 .333
NAT L. LEAGUE. AMUR. LEAGUE.
.'.Oti Phlladelphla.12 4
New York.. 13
7 .65u,Cleveland .
. 9 7
. 9 10
. 8 9
. 6 16
. 3 13
7 .5M, Detroit
8 .556iNew York..
8 .tOOl Boston
Boston 7 11 .3 Chicago
Brook'i'n ... 7 14 Washington
St. Louis.... 6 13 ,316t. Louis....
Omaha, 10; Topeka, 4. ,
Des Moines, 11; St. Joseph, 4.
Wichita, 7; Sioux City, 4.
Denver, 6; Lincoln, 8.
Boston, 6; St. Louis, 3.
Brooklyn, 1; Pittsburg, 0.
Chicago, 9; New York, 5.
Cincinnati. 8; Philadelphia, 8.
Chicago, 10; Washington, 3.
Boston, 4: St. Louis, 3.
Detroit, 6; New York, 3.
Cleveland, ), ..Philadelphia, 1.
St. Paul, 6; Toledo, 6.
Milwaukee, 4; Indianapolis, 3.
Louisville, 8; Kansas City, 7.
Minneapolis, 6; Columbus, 4.
Western League Topeka at Omaha. St.
Joseph at Des Moines; Wichita at Sioux
City, Denver at Lincoln.
National League Boston at St. Louis,
Brooklyn at Pittsburg, New York at Chi
cago, Philadelphia at Cincinnati.
American League Chicago at Washing
ton, St. Louis at Boston, Detroit at New
York, Cleveland at Philadelphia.
American Association Toledo at St. Paul,
Indianapolis at Milwaukee, Louisville at
Kansas City, Columbua at Minneapolis.
Youths Who Took Honors of Indoor
Meet Competitions Are Pre
sented with Frizes.
Omaha High school tecelved the priges
won. by Its athletes at the Auditorium In
door meet, Monday. The presentation was
made by Lieutenant Mlchaells at a mass
meeting held by George Geib, the student
Harry Kulakof.-ky received the gold
medal for first in the COO-yard handicap', and
the shield, was given to the high school
because J ts relay team won first In the re
lay race open to high schools. Lieutenant
Mlchaells made a Bhort talk In which he
praised the track squad for the good work
they had done. He urged that Omaha High
school should hold the reputation of the city
In the Missouri Valley meet to be held at
Dea Moines next Saturday and at the stats
high school meet to be held at Lincoln on
Besides the trophies won by the high
school at the Auditorium, Prof. Graff of
the hlgl school presented the athletes
with medals won In the recent class track
and field day.
Mr. Gralf and the athletic board were pre
sented with a unique situation In the case
of awarding the gold and sliver medals to
the Individual athletes in this meet who had
the most number of points. John Rayley, a
senior, and Robert Wood, a freshman, had
each won an equal number of points In the
meet and thus the gold medal which was
to go to the boy having the greatest num-
Der or points was a disputed honor. To
make the matter even harder for the board.
both youths had generously offered to :
low the other to have the flrat honor while
he took the second.
The matter was finally settled by allowing
th,e two winners to have the two medals In
Joint possession for the year, one' to wear
the first one for the first half of the year
and the other for the second half. As Ray
ley waa graduating this year It was decided
that he should be allowed to wear it for the
first half of the year.
Prof. Graff alo presented all boys
who won places In the meet with a ribbon,
naming the place and dale. The names of
the four boys who composed the Victorious
relay team of the Indoor meet will be en
graved upon the shield presented the high
school. The members of the team are:
Robert Wood. Harry I-'rafer. Hugh Millard
and Halleck Rnue.
Wrratllni tlHtrh nt Kearney.
KEARNEY. Neb.. M.iy 10 (Special. I
Frank DuCray and Chris Pearson wrestled
a draw match lasting one hour and fifteen
minutes at the opia hou-e last night. The
bout was a heated one al: the wav through
and at no time during the progress of the
bout was it either man's game.
Persistent Advertising; U the Road to B.g
BOSTONIANS BEAT BROWNS
Easterners Trounce St. Louis Men
Four to Three at Home.
RUBE W ADD ELL HAS ACCIDENT
Star Pitcher la Hit on Trusty Left
and la Retired May Bo Ont
of Uame for Several
BOSTON. Mav 10. A slni-1. nl ni.
of two-base hits In the seventh Inning
gave Boston two runs and victory over
St. Louis today, 4 to 3. Rube Waddell
started pitching for the visitor, but In
the third ininar was hit on ht loft
by a pitched ball and forced to retire. As
me injury was on ni spltchlng arm he
probably will be unable to play again for
several weeks. An examination- will be
made to determine If any bonea are broken.
o 0 OHoopex, rf. .. 4 0 I 0
1 OLord. 3h 4 1 I 3
Wallaaa. 3b.. 4
Ort(. tb... 4
Crtm, lb 4
Bcr wait tar rf 4
Hartiell, as.. 4
Srephans, c. .. I
Waddall, p... 0
Oraham, p... 1
08tahl, lb 3 1 I 0
1 Ospaakar, cf. . I 1 I 0
0 t'Wagner, s. . 4 1 I I
1 Ooartlaoer, 2b I 1 1 I
I 0 Law I a, If... I 1 0 0
I ICarrltan, c. . I 0 4 I
1 lArellanas, p. 0 0 0 0
0 Ocliotte. p... I 1 0 I
..10 17 It I
Totals 1 24 14
Ran for Waddell in fourth Inning.
Batted for Graham In ninth.
fit. Louis ..i 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 3
Boston 2 o 0 0 0 0 3 0 4
Twn-hsaj. hlta Cnkili., t . .
Criss. Three-base hit: Stephens. Hits: Off
..,1,!,, o m one ana one-rnira innincs;
bases: Wallace, Hooper. Double plays:
,. aniin i uimssisiea;, nonman, Stephens
and Wallace. Left on baaes: St. Louis, S;
Boston, 4. Bases on balls: Off Arellanes. 1;
ftt Iliahan, 1 VlmA .. ,...' .
... . j . ..., ,-,jdi jtt villi's, nopion, i;
St. Louis, 1. Hit by pitched ball: By Cl-
nroumi, .-iirucK out: ay waoaen, s;
by Clootte, 8; by Graham, 3. Wild pitch
Graham. Time: 1.63. Umpires, Egan and
Detroit, 5 1 New York, 8.
NEW YORK. May 10,-Detrolt took an
exciting ten-inning game from New York
today, 6 to S. The vlaltors got the win
ning runa on doubles by Crawford and
Delehanty and Simmon's single. Ty Cobb
failed to hit the ball out of the diamond
in five attempts. He struck out the flrat
two times up. Score:
DETROIT. NEW YORK.
D. J ones. If 0 4 i 0 Hemphill cf. bit
uuan, 4 l 1 IWolt.r, rf..,
Cobb, rf .... 6 tt I 0 Ochaea, lb .,
Crawford, rf. I t I 0 OCree, If
Delehanty, lb I 4 1 I OLaporta, tb.
Morlarity, Sb.4 0 1 J (Roach, aa...
T. Jones, lb. I 0 1 OAuatin. 3b..
Simmons, lb. I 1 t 0 dgweaney, c.
Btanaia, o... 4 0 4 4 OVaughn, p ,
4 110 0
I 0 11 0 1
5 0 0 0 0
4 2 0 0
4 10 10
5 1 i 1 0
.4 0 0 1 0
Totala 14 10 II I
Totala 41 II 10 1 I
Detroit 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 25
New York 0 0 0 0 0 S 0 0 0 03
Two-base hits: Hemphill, Mullln. La
porte, Crawford. Delehanty. Sacrifice hit:
Roach. Stolen base: Svteney. Left on
bares: Detroit. ; New oYrk. 7. First on
errors: Detroit, 1; New York, 1. Double
play: Laporte, Roach and Char. Struck
out: By Vaughn, 4: by Mullln, 4. Baaes
on balls: Off Mullln, 1; off Vaughn, 1.
Hit by pitcher: By Vaughn. T. Jones: hv
Mullin, Roaoh. Wolter. Umpires: Perrlne
ana u L,ougnun. Time: 2:00.
Cleveland, l Philadelphia, 1
PHILADELPHIA, May 10 Philadelphia
nH flwvalanit h.lll I I , . .
1 to 1 tie today. The game waa called on
account of daikner.s. Score:
B.H.O.A.B. B.H O.A.B.
Oranejr. cf... 4 0 4 1 OSturnk, rf... i 1 1 0 0
Kruasar. If.. I 0 t 0 uoidrlng. If... 1 1 0 0
Turner, fa ... I 1 & I Ol ulllnt, 2b... 4 114 0
l.ljoia. :d.... 4 13 1 (I Baker. 3b... I 1 tl I 0
etovall, lb... I I HI 1 0 Davis, lb ... 6 1 1& 1 o
Clarka. c 4 0 I I 0 Murphy, rf . 4 I I 0 0
IxTd. rf 10 10 Hurry, sa.... 4 0 71
Bradley, lb.. 4 0 1 I Ol.lvlnis ona, c I 1 1! I 0
Joaa, p I 0 0 1 : Morgan, p .. I 1 00
Totala 17 M 13 Totala 4 10 I 1 1
Cleveland ..00000000 1 00 01
Philadelphia 00000001000 0 I
Three-base hit: Davis: Sacrifice hits:
Clarke. Collins, lxird. Stolen base: Mur
phy. Double plays: Qraney and Turner;
Baker. Davis and Barry; Turner. I.ijoie
and Stovall. I.ft on bases: Clevela. i, 7;
Philadelphia, k. Bases on balls: Off Mor
gan. 5; off Joss, 3. First on errors: Cleve
land. 1; Philadelphia. 1. Struck out: By
Morgan. 3; by Joss. 7. Wild pitch: Mor
gan. Time: 2:31. L'mplrcs: Connelly and
Chicago, 1U Washington, .
WASHINGTON, May 10 Johnson was
wild and Ineffective today and Chicago de
feated Washington easily In consequence.
Zeider's batting wa a feature. Score;
Washington 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0-3
Chicago 0 0 3 0 2 44 0 1 010
Two-base hits: White, Blackburn. Hits:
Off Johnson, a In five and one-third In
nlngM; off White, 5 In five lnn!ng. Sacri
fice hits: I'onroy, elder, Collins. Stolen
baie: I'nglauh. Block. l.eft on bases:
Waxhington, K; Chicago. 10. Baaes on halls:
Off John-ion, 8, off Wslker. bv oil While,
3: off Walsh, 2. Flrat bate on errors:
Washington, i. Chicago, 2. Strui'k out: By
Johnson. 4; by Walker. 1; by White, 1; by
WalKh. 2. Wild pitch: Johnson. lime: 2:10.
empires; Ketrin and Sheridan.
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Settles Down to
First Real Work
Colored Pugilist Trots Off on Twelye
Mile Jaunt Trainers Drop by
SAN FRANCISCO, May 10. -Jack Johnaon
did hla flrat training for hla coming fight
with James Jeffries Monday and although
there waa no gymnasium work or boxing
scheduled, a large crowd of spectator was
attracted to the beach.
The heavyweight champion was out on
the roada bright and early with Oeorg
Cotton. Barney Furey and Marty Cutler,
and the pace he set them for the twelve
mile trip waa so stiff that Cutler dropped
out long before they had gone half the
distance. Johnson admitted when he re
turned that he guessed It was to long a
trlp for the first time, but he showed hla
wind was in great condition as he was
not even breathing hard upon hla return.
He Immediately gave notloe he would bt
on the road late In the afternoon and
that he would keep up this program the
rest of the week.
After the luncheon hour, In accordance
with his promise he stripped down to
fighting togs to give the newspaper
photographers a chance at him. . A battery
of tight camera men was hard at work
nd Jack talked good naturedly to them
aa they made pictures of him In every
conceivable pose. He stood Just where they
told him to stand and posed as directed for
more than half an hour. When they
were satisfied Johnson returned to his
room and after entertaining a few friends
anounced that he would take an automobile
tide before the afternoon walk.
Although Johnaon has not weighed since
he reached San Francisco, he stated as his
opinion today that he would tip the scales
at 228. Men who watched him, however,
while pictures were being taken, wers of
the opinion the colored man weighed
stripped considerable under his own esti
mate. The boxing program will begin Sunday
afternoon, and thereafter for at least two
weeks he will box three days a week, Sun
days, Wednesdays and Fridays. Later he
wilt Increase the boxing to four days a
week, but says that right up to the day
of the fight he will Switch from spsrring
at least three days out of tho seven.
"Personally I would be glad not to com
mence boxing for a couple of weeks." said
Johnson, "for I ought to know best my
condition, but the public demands It and
I will show the people just what Is my
BEN LOMOND, May lO.-Jeffries made a
poor showing in the ling Monday. Com
pared to his work of laat week he was slow
of eye and foot and the spectators, among
whom were Tex Rlckard and Jeffries'
father and brother were disappointed.
Jeffries slept late and when he appeared
In the ring atrlpped for action, he lacked
the life he has shown on other days. To
make matters worse, 'the grouch that
Jeffries displayed during the early part
of his training siege returned In double
force and the fighter was as affable as a
gorilla. Sevan round In all. marked the
ring work. Three with Joe Choynskl were
featureless, except to show the ex-
champlon was not up to form.
In the second round of his bout with
Bob Armstrong, the spectators were led to
think he had dropped the negro, for Arm-1
strong stretched bis full .length on the
mat.' It developed, however. It was only
a slip. A few "momenta later Jeffries
stepped on his own foot and went down
In the spot where Armstrong had fallen.
At;er the boxing, the striking bag came
In for a hard trouncing and later hand
ball was Indulged In. As a whole, how
ever, the day was filled with . disappoint
ment. Rlckard will leave here tomorrow
morning. - He said that he and Berger had
not discussed the referee question.
CHICAGO, May . In a letter received
today by Emll Klank, manager of Frank
Gotch, world's heavyweight champion
wrestler, ftom James J. Jeffries, the big
fighter refuses to release Farmer Burna,
who was to have conditioned Gotch for his
125.000 bout with Zbysxko, the Polish giant.
May SO. Writing from his training camp
at Ben Lomond, Cal., Jeffries says:
"Burns Is needed here. He Is one of the
best conditioners In the w.rld, and as I am
eager to be as fit as I ever was in my
life to step into the ring against the col
ored man July 4,' I cannot spare Burns.
If Gotch were to be able to come on here
In a few days to take the place of Burns
It would be different. I must have Burns
Gotch must spare him."
at Field Club
Committee Appointed by Directors
to Look After Courts and
Tennis at the Omaha Field club is on the
boom since the warmer weather and con
sistent work ha put the courts in fine
condition. There seems to be more Inter
est In the game all over the city than
Monday evening the directors of the Field
club elected Conrad Young as chairman
of the tennis committee at the club with
the following other members of the com
mittee: Herbert Kohn, Sam 8. Caldwell,
Harry Koch, Ralph Ralney, Arthur Hcrlb-
ner. Will M. Wood and Frank M. Bllsh.
A handicap tournament is arranged for
Saturday afternoon as the opening event
of the club. Harry Koch Is In charge of
this and entries may be telephoned to him
at Douglat T33. The older players will be
handicapped so that all will have a good
chance at the good prizes which are of
fered. The clay courts have been rolled with a
heay steam roller and are In fine condi
tion. Several court In different part of the
city are being put to good use thl spring,
indicating an Increased interest in the
game. Fifteen members have Joined a
club with courts near Thirty-seventh and
(IWKHI OK TROTTINU JIDOKS
ntlonal Board Will Pass on Right
to Heinlt Fines,
NEW YORK, May 10. Action on several
Important caies was postponed yeaterday
until todav hy the board of review of the
National Trotting association, tn session
he-e. Reinstatement applications com
prised the greater portion of these, the
leading cases being that concerning Thomas
Nolan and Thomas Murphy, trainers, and
the judges of the Islington meeting. The
trainers were fined Si'iO each during the
piofje-a of a race. Afterwards. It sppearfd.
the judges decided there had been error In
Impodng the fines snd (hey were remtwed.
The caoe was carried over from the De
cember meeting to give the judgas a chance
to explain how the error was made
Tuduv's hearing waa expected lo hinge on
the Question of whether judges can re
verse decisions through error.
Louisrille Takes Slugging Match
from Kansas City.
MANAGER PEITZ THE HERO
Bat'a for Hlrhter at Critical Period
and Drives In Winn inn Tally
Brewers Defeat the
II out I era.
KANSAS CITY, May I'V-Iulavllle won
a ten-Inning slugging match from Kiinm
City today. 8 to .. Manager Pelts, batting
for Rlchter In the tenth, drove In th
winning run with a single. Kansas City
used four pitchers and Louisville, five.
Batted for Brandon In fifth.
Hatted for Hitter In tenth.
Bated for Carter in t-'n'h
Hatted for Weaver In eighth
Hatted for Hagerman in ,'ltthth.
Hated for Rlchter In tenth.
Kansas City .... 0 0 I 0 I i n
Louisville 1 3 0 0 2 0 f
Hits: Off Rhodes, 4 In one Intili
Brandon. 4 In four Innings; off Campbell
6 In four and one-third innings; tiff fat
ter, 1 In two-thirds or a-i Inning; orr
Weaver, t In one Inning; off Hngerman, 3
in six Inning. Two-base hit: Hughes. Left
on bases: Ksnsas City, 9; Louisville, 8. Sac
rifice hits: Shannon, Love Konnlek. Sac
rifice flies: Morlarttv. Stolen bases: T,ov
Woodruff, Stanley. Double plavs: Down'
to Yohei Stanley to Konnlek. Struck ottV
Bv Rhodes, 1; By Brandoin. 3: by Camp
bell, 3; bv Weaver, 1: by Hagerman, 2; lv
Decannlei-. 1: By Belhy. 1. First base on
errors: Kansas City, 4; Louisville, 2. Base
on ball: Off Rhodes 1; off Hrandom. I;
off Campbell, 1; off Weaver. !; off Hnger
man. 6; orr oeoannier. i; on wcnier, 1.
Hit bv pitched ball: Stanley. Rhodes: Love.
by Hagerman. Time; 2:30. I'mplres: Guth
rie and Chill.
Mllwaafcee, 1 Indianapolis, .1.
MILWAl'KF.K. May 10-Two triples by
fichardt practically won the La Crosse re
cruit his game against Indianapolis today,
4 to 8. Score:
Milwaukee 0 0 1 0 o o o 3 '-4
Indianapolis 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0-3
Two-base hits: Hayden, Randall. Mo-
Cormlck. Three-base hits: Randall,
Schardt (2). Sacrifice hits: Robinson. Mr
Oann. Williams. Stolen bases: Bower
man J. Lewis (21. Double plays: Olaze
to Williams to Carr; McCormlrk to Robin
son to Mctlann; Schsrdt to Marshall to
McQann. Base on balls: tirr nctiarnt. j;
off Qlase, 2. Hit by pitched ball: Dele
hanty. Struck out: By Olase. 3: by
Bchardt. 1. Time: 2:00. Umpire: Owens
Barney Oldfleld at Cheyenne.
CHEYENNE. Wyo.. May 10. -(Special. i
Rvervthlnar Is in readiness for the arpear-
anca of Barney Oldfleld, the speed King, on
Cheyenne four-mile motordrome wennes
dav afternoon. All stores, banks and other
places of business will dose at noon
Wednesday and the schools will be dis
missed not later than 2:30 In the afternoon.
thus affording everyone an opportunity to
witness Oldfleld's record trials in nis mg
Bens. It will be a gala day in Cheyenne's
Wither Shotva lied Cloud.
W1LBKR. May 10. (Special.) Wllber won
Sundav on the home erounds from Red
Cloud State league team, after the visitors
had the game omened, wnn two down in
the eighth Mitchell was 4 knocked out of
the box, Masters taking his place. Flvo
hits and two errors gave the locals five
runs and the game before the side was
retired. Score: H. H. E.
Red Cloud ..01000?100-4 10 3
Wllber uoouuuon 1 7 4
Batteries: Masters and Rupert; Shlmonek
and Prucha. Three-base hit: Shrstak. Two
base hltf: A. Shlmonek and J. Shlmonek,
Hennese. Struck out; Mitchell, u. cm
Superior Plays Red fiond.
SUPERIOR. Neb.. May 10-(Special.)-
Superlor has arranged three games with
Red Cloud for the latter part of this week.
two games being played on the home
ground and the. third at Red Cloud.
SHORT VAMP makes a slzfl
ten look like a seren.
HIGH ARCH and HEEL-helpa
the little fellow get up In tfio
" NATURAL SHAPE" give
In any leather.
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