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HIE HKK: OMATTA. TIIUHSPAV. MAY 10. 1010.
Omaha, Lincoln, Sioux City, Des Moines Win in Western; Pirates, Cubs and Giants Beat
TWIST FOR THE GRIZZLIES
Ronrkes Win Opener from Denver
Eleven to Eight.
SENATORS VOTE DOWN NAPS.
Washington Men Beat': Cleveland
Four to Three. , '
CHANGE TUNE AT TIMES
M'BRIDE PROVES STAR IN FIELI
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WAS1IINOTON. May IS. Throgl
Groom's effeitlvcnras with men on .ssse
today Washington whs enabled ,t dtfei
Cleveland, 4 t? 3. , Mcltrlde s fleldln
featured. Sciire: . '
(amt Kali of Hoot anil f pretaenlar
I'laya, nllh lllraehrrs HnnllnK
. ow In Joy and .No it In
Omnha look the orx-nrr from Tx-nvrr by
a score of 11 to 8, In a Kami- filled full with
mistakes anl spectacular play. At times
thp funs were howling rnthuHlasts over the
work of the imliviilual players, anil attain,
when a bungle wan made, the anvil chorus
rang out lustily over the Kreeii.
Omaha had the better of II on tftam
work and batted Schrfeltier harder than lis
opponents hit McCafferty. The Hourkes
have cultivated the hallt for the last three
names 'of KoInK hi and doiriK business riht
TT the reel. Three tallies were gleaned In
llto flr.t yesterday and four In the second.
Then the Hourkes rented on their oars un-'
til the seventh, - when they obtained four
more. T!ut in the breathing space assistance
was offered to the Grizzlies In garnering a
Denver never had a, lookln until the fifih.
lp to tnat period not i run was scored and
hut oti single was made off McCaffertv.
Then the tlrizzlies Jumped onto the big
hoy's flam and tmililiert off four. Mac
i yanked by Captain Schlpke and Pat
ton took" up the task of coollntr the western
era' ardor, and succeeded, although they
were able trt count a run each Inning.
Denver was able to tilt but twice for extra
bases, and thet wa In the eighth, when
Kclley .slammed out a two-bagger, and In
the ninth, when poMn pushed a home run
over left field fence, lioth these were made
off Patton. . '
fichlpke and Fox were the long distance
hitters, for the Rourkos. The captain-get
a home run and a tow-bagger, and Fox an
nexed a three-aacker to his list of club
"., Ho rr Omaha Started.
In the first inning, when Omaha got the
running start,- Shotton drew a pass ami
stole second.- fax fouled out to Weaver
and Kin struck out, Kane walked. Corrl.
don hit one to . Kelly, the slim, short-atop
from the city near the hills, who mussed
the bait all up, and by the time he found
a place to put 'tho ball Shotton had scored
and Kane wan planted on third. Corridon
went 40 second oil the play. Welch knooked
a single-between first and second and Kane
and "Rabbit"' Corridon Jumped across the
Schlpke strolled up to the batters' box, in
the second and .after- picking out a likely
place heaved the sphere over the right field
fence. Cadinan,. hit a. single and was sac
rificed by McCaffertv. Shotton singled and
ncored Cadman. Fox happened to see one
of Mr. Schrelber's loose ones that came
wafting ever the plate and slugged It for
a three-bagger, away out In right. Shotton
got his name; 1u' the run column on the hit
King singled, a-nd scored Fox, by dropping
one over- fcrst when Undsey played In
close to. out. oft. -a run. ' King was caught
at second ln; an attempt at theft. Kane
flew out to Dolan.
Omaha eased "off, on batting until the
seventy when Pox started, the round wUl,
a hit.. Kir. was pasted, with .the ball-by
Schrefer fasfu&Wtnil ta- seoond - and
Corridon hit one to right which was
glommcd by Cassldy. Welch made a sin
gle and Fox and King romped home. When
the Denver players who attempted to field
the ball had stralghVened. but from the
tangle resulting from fwfld heaving, welch
had reached third.' tfchtpke hit a double
and Welch tallied on. s Cadman knocked
an easy one to Kelly - -who booted and
Schlpke galloped home. .After Patton hit
and put Cadman on second, Shotton fanned.
McCafferty went along fine and dandy
until the fifth when he' struck a snug.
After iHilan was out. .Weaver walked
Kchrleber singled, but was caught at sec
ond when Oorridon ' knocked down Mc
Aleese's ..grounder and tossed It. to Fox
This put Weaver on third and McAleese
on first. Kelly singled and Weaver .scored
Beall drew a base on balls and moved the
base runners up a peg. Cassldy liked one
of Mao's offerings and slammed out a one
baser which scored McAleese and Kelly
McCaf forty. Kot - to going, from bad to
worse- and after passing Lindsay and
Thompson, hch scored Heall, Schlpke But
tonus utiaer mm, sending in Patton
n..un . . . . . ...
... iv..u ,,iul get me right line of
vision on rats curves and whiffed. From
men uiuii me ninth nothing startling hap
pened. But then after one was don. Dolan
laced out a honier and sent a shiver down
the spinal columns of the bleacherltes. The
spasm was over when the next two men
went noun in a row.
H. O. A. E.
2 0 0
1 o o 0
0 9 I) o
10 6 1
a i o o
2 2 a
0 8 0 0
0 0 10
10 0 1
11 27 10 4
H. O. A. E.
0 1 0 0
3 10 2
13 0 0
3 2 0 0
0 5 0 0
13 0 0
14 0 1
15 3 0
1 0 S 0
0 0 0 0
24 1 S
... . ' AB. R.
McAleese, cr 6
Kelly, sh 5
Ileal), If 4
Batted for Sehrelber In the ninth
Runs 1 4 0 0 0 0 4
lilts 14 110 0 4
Ituns 0 0 0 0 4 1 1
' Jilts 0 1 0 0 3 3 1
Home runs: Schlpke, Dolan
lilt: Fox. Two-base hits: Schlpke. Kejly.
Sacrifice hits: Welch, Cadman, McCafferty.
Stolen Base: Shotton. jttt on bases:
Omaha, &; Denver. 10, Pas on balls: Off
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McCafferly. 4: off Schrelher K ctr,.v
H.v Mcl'afferty, 1; by Patton'. 6: hv s,.,i
Wl'il plt'h: Schreiher 1 4 It h.
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Ahead of SI.
LINCOLN. Nel, . , , .
ati uphill game from t. Joseph lav. 12
and JfhTh,nf .Ht a v,',,,ry the
ana iKlun nn niru ori...
InJZS - ..,h?ve..it.. fly . sewed up. f.
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hluVab'!e. JnH- Wh w Poetically , ;,-
Three bases on baHs and a triple caused
ruU"ln ,of- Watson, who was called
and On irann tnt tn iha t.. .u...
seventh.- He" was Worse than VaVnn
" .buallH and ,x hits in the
ThT t r,VUnl thJ Ll"-oln's . seven runs.
The fielding by both nl,t. n.. i .
the base running a bit slow. Score:
. 6. 2
0 i 0
V eidcnsauK 2b
Fox. . n
W '2? 'l5
H. P.O. A.
McChesney. cf .
0 0 10 0
1 1 . 2 0
r 11 0 0
0 0 2 2 0
I, 1 12 0 0
1 0 3 3 1
0 ' 1 ' 0 3 1
0 0 3 0 1
II. 00 0
0 0 0 . S 0,
0 0 0 2 0
0 0 0 0 0
& 5 24 13 3
Jones, 2b ,
Corhan, ss ,
Watson. D.. ......
Galgano, p. 1
Wolfe j.....'. 2
Eotals" 7. 33
Batted for' Shea in the ninth.
Hatted for Galgano In (the ninth.
Lincoln .....,;.... 0 0 0 0 0 4 1 7 12
St.' Josepli 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 5
Three-base BHr Wsldron, Gagnter, Mc
Lear. Two-base- hit:Vrtrfnll .-1vOr.l
play: Corhan to Clark. Stolen bases: Cobb,
Cockman (2), Thomas (2), Jones, Powell,
Bauer, Corhan. Sacrifice hits: Gagnler,,
Watson. Struck out: By Fox, 2; by Jones,
2; by Watson, 3. Bases on balls: Off Fox,
2: off Jones, 3; off Watson, 4; off Gal
gano, 3. Hit by pitched ball: By Watson,
1, Wild pitch: Watson (2. Time; 26. Um
pire: Clark. ' . ' ;
IN Till-: KIGIITII
Slonx City Then files la Seven linns
'. nnd Wins U to .1. '
SrOTTX CITY. May 18. Sioux City and
Topeka gave a splendid exhibition of the
national game up to the euouh lntiuig to
day, when the' home team got to hitting
and made seven- runs, giving them a lead
of six over their opponents.
Topeka scored two runs in the fourth.
Alderman Issued a. pass ' to Rellley and
Landreth and Kerna followed with safe
ties; the latter's hit being a double. The
visitors' last run came over in the s?venth
when Kerns was hit by the ball. He was
forced at second by Kahl. Boles slnglod,
Kahl going to third, from where he ecured
on Kaufman's st-.crlflce fly.
The Indians cinched the game In the
eighth. Welch was safe on a difficult fly
to Wooley, w ho dropped I he ball. Two
passes and six singles followed, netting
seven runs. Kaufman was wild in the
pinches and when forced to put them over
was hit hard. Miller starred at the bat.
' Score: '
AB. It. II.
Qulllin, 3b ....
Andreas, 2b ..
Fenlon, it ....
Miller, c ,
27 19 1
Thomason. If .
Pennell. rf 4
Landreth, lb 4
Kerns, e 2
Kahl, 2b , 3
Boh s. 3b '. 4
Kaufman, p 2
Totals 31 3 10 24 13
Batted for. Kaufman In the ninth.
Sioux City 0 0 1 0 0 1 7 9.
Topeka OOa'O 200 I 0 03.
Stolen bases, Andreas, Miller. T'vo h:ise
hits. Ilartman, Kerns. Sasrlfjce hits,
Neighbors, Kaufman. Double plays. Quil
II n to Stem. Struck out by Alderman 2;
by Kaufman 6. Bases on balls ff Alder
man 2; off Kaufman 6. WIH1 pitch Alder
man. Hit by pitched ball: By Alderman 2:
by Kaufman 1. Time 2:15. Umpire Haskell.
flKd MOIMiS W1S
shell's Poor Work (ilvea Champa Dig
Lend at starl.
DES MOINKS. Ia.. May 18. Isbell's nnor
work In the first Inning gave Des Moines
a rug lean, hut the Jobbers tied It up. Nie
hoff s home run then won the game for
Lies Moines. Score:
AB. K. H. O. A. E.
.3 1 1 0 0 0
. 3 1 0 4 4 0
.4 1 1 1 0 1
.6 1 0 2 6 0
. 4 1 2 0 6 0
3 10 10 0
4 1 2 13 0 2
3 0 0 4 4 1
t 0 0 0 A I
2 0 0 0 2 0
f 27 21
.. u 0
.. 6 1
.. S 2
' MMdleton. If
I lsbell, lb
I Pettlgrew, ef
I Westers!!, Sb
lor dandruff. Let bun decide. Ha knows.
rAVowrtr Mooes )tWt i s
Standing of the Teams J
WEST. LEAGUE. AMEH. ASSN.
Denver 13 U .ulH.St. Paul to ft .bX
St. Joseph. .12 . ml Minneapolis 20 .0
Sioux City.. 11 9 .SoOiToledo 15 IS .4M
Wicnita ....12 10 .M3(Loulsvllle- ..14 lb .4t,i
Lincoln -..,.11 10 .brfilndianapoUs 13 l'j .41
uniuna lu 11 .4,1 Columbus .. ,14 1V. 4.
lopeaa .... in .!HMllttkM -..12 In .42
les Moines. 8 14-.34Kan. City... 8 Yi .306
NATL. LEAGUE. AMER. LEAGUE.
, t W.L.Pct. W.L.Pcf.
Pittsburg ..15 8 .flf.2Phlla. .IS 4 .his
Chicago .....14 11 .IW0;New York.. .16 8 .ft
New V'ork..l6 12 ..666 JJetroit 15 11.677
Cincinnati .12 10 .Cleveland ...13 11.542
Phlla. ......12 11 .S22,H6ston 13 12 .62 1
St. Louis.. ..13 13 . 500 Washington 10 17.370
Boston ...... ft 16 .3M) 1 Chicago ...... 8 14 .384
Brooklyn ... a 18 .33;St. Louis 4 1 .174
NEBRASKA LEAGUE. '
Bed Cloud ...
. . . Yesterday's Hrsnlla.
WESTERN LEAGUE. ' , ;
Omaha, 11; Denver, 8.
St. Joseph, 6; Lincoln, 12.
Topeka. 3; Sioux City, 9.
Wichita, 6; Des Molne's, 7. '
Boston, 5; Pittsburg, 8.
Brooklyn, 2; Chicago, 3.
New York, 10; lncinnati, 6.
Philadelphia, 2; St. Louis, 5.
AMERICAN LEAGUE. ,
Chicago, 2; Philadelphia, 4. - , f- -St.
Louis, 3: New York, tj. '. '
Detroit-Boston, postponed. .' .
I- hvelm4Y' WaMilngtbnT l. v
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. -
Cojtimbus, 2; Kansas City, 0.
.Toiedo, 2; Milwaukee, 7.
Indianapolis, 7; St. Paul, 3.
'Louisville, 3;- Minneapolis, 4.
Kearne), 4; Columbus, 3.
Western League Denver at Omaha, St.
Joseph at Lincoln, Topeka at Sioux City
Wichita at Des Moines.
National League Boston at Pittsburg,
Brooklyn at Ciucago, New York at Cin
cinnati, Philadelphia 'at St. Louis.
American Association Columbus at Kan
sas City, Toledo at Milwaukee, Indian
apolis at St. Paul, Louisville at Minne
apolis. Nebraska League Kearney, at Fremont,
Hastings at Seward, Ked Cloud at Colum
bus, Superior at Grand Island.
Mink League Nebraska City at Falls
City, Shenandoah at Clarinda,. Marysville
American League Chicago at Boston, St.
Louis at Washington, Detroit at Philadel
phia, Cleveland at New York.
Claire, ss...... 4 0 1 3 3 1
Bhaw, c ' 3 0 1 7 0 0
Altchlson, p 4 .0 1 1 4 1
Totals 39 6 12 24 10 6
Des Moines 50000020 7
Wichita 00024000 0-6
Two-base tuns: Mat tick, Niehoff, Petti
grew. Three-bane hit: Claire. Home run:
Niehoff. Base 011 balls: Off Blersdorfer, 2:
off Sage, 1; off Aitchlson, 4. Hit by pitched
ball: By Colllgan (2. Wild pitch: Altchlson.
Struck out: By Blersdorfer, 2; by Aitchl
son, 4. Stolen base: Kaftis. Double play:
Raftts to Colllgan to Dwyer. Sacrifice hit:
Mattick. Time: 1:50. Attendance, 00. Um
Two Games in
Season Opens at Crete and Fair
mont Tuesday with Good
CRETE, Nub., May 18.-Speelal.)-The
first game In the Trl-County league be
tween Crete and Dorchester was won by
Crete by the score of 7 to 2. Mayor Dredla
pitched the first ball, which was dodged
by Councilman Kerst and "shacked" by
Honorable 11. M. Wells. Tho second ball
was hit fairly by the portly councilman,
who used a bat especially prepared by him
self out of a good sixed plank. It was a
fly and was caught ify Selk on third. The
horse play being over, the game then be
gan. The game was won on Its merits, as
Crete out-batted and out-flelded Dor
chester. Crete's battery was very steady
and Selk at third and Hallstead at left
field did especially well. Wild throwing
was Dorchester's principal weakness.
R. H. E.
..10000010 0-2 8 4
.23001001 -7 7 6
Crete, Wright and Ammerman;
Smith and Morlssey. Umpires:
Wouberry and Wendland. Attendance, 3u0
FAIRMONT, Neb., May 18. (Special.)
Falrmount played Its first gapie of the
Tri-County league Tuesday with Exeter
on the home diamond. The game was well
attended, the gate receipts amounting to
32. Fatrmon - -on an easy victory ' over
Exeter by a soore of 15 to 4. Wells and
Severns were the battery for Fairmont.
Holiday "t Nebraska City.
NEBRASKA CITY. Neb.. May !8.-Spe-clal.)
Monday will be the opening day of
the Mink league in this city and all the
merchants of this city have agreed to close
their places of business and attend xne
game. Harry E. Burns, who has been sat
ing as captain of the team of this city
since it was organised, has been released,
and Pitcher Wallen of the Kort Crook team
has agreed to captain the team until
June 14. when he leavei with his company
for Alaska. He will take charge of the
team at onoe, having been granted a fur
lougU until next montu.
fiS I JliS'V i !
IT'5 g-ooo fo yo ' D.'q-es
CUBS TAG TROLLEY DODGERS
Nationals Beat Brooklyn
Three to Two.
GAME IS FAST AND FURIOUS
ItUbnrir Trounces Roaton ir
York Beats ' Cincinnati St.
l.onls Takes Another from
May 18. Chicago defeated
to 2, in ten innings today.
The winning run was scored on McMITian's
bad throw of Tinker's grounder, Archer's
sacrifice and Pfiester'S'slngle. After mak
ing two BpectacVilar catches in the seventh,
Wheat dropped two flies In succession and
gave Chicago Its second run. Chicago re
leased pitcher Carson to the Vernon, Cal.,
club. Score: '
CHICAGO. ' BROOKLYN.
AH. H. O A. hi. AH. H O. AH
2b 4. 1 16 VBiirrh, rf 4 0 0 0 0
Shwkard, If. 4
Si-hulte, rf... 3
0 4 0 VDautiert, lb.. 4 0 11 1 0
J 0 U 0 Wheal, If.... 4 0 4 0 t
0 111' 1 -illluir.inel, lb. I 1 11 0
0 0 2 jjMuElvtwn, 3b 4 1 1 0 J
V' 1 b lTu(lw.n, tl. I'l l 0 0
0 3 . ,1 Mt'Mllla. aa 4 2 4 R 8L
1 4 1 liKrwln, c... 4 0 18 0
Chanca, lb... 4
SKlnfeldt, 3b i
Hnrmin, 'cf.. 4
Tinker, aa... 4
Aivhar, 0.... 8
Ff tenter, p.. 4
1 1 a vharger, p.... 4 0 0 7 0
Totala S3 (130 18,2 ToUla 35 628 17 6
One out when winning run scored.
Chicago 0. 0 0100100 1-3
Brooklyn 02000000V 02
Two-base hit: McMillan. Sacrifice hits:
Steinfeldt, Archer. Stolen bases: Evers,
Archer, McMillan. Douule play: McMillan
to Hummel. Left on bases: Chicago, 6;
r.rookiyn, 3. Bae on bulls: Off Burger,
1. Struck out: By Pflester, 2; by Burner,
2. Time: 1:30. Umpires: O'Day und Brcn
nan. ti'nnts Ilent Beds.
CINCINNATI, May IS. Both .Mathewson
and Suggs were hit hard today, but Cin
cinnati's errorors allowed New York to
win by a score of 10 to 6. Cincinnati made
a ninth Inning rally, but was too far behind
to catch up. Score:
NEW YORK. CINCINNATI
Devore, rf . . . 5 3 2 0 1 Bencher, If . . . 5 i 8 0 0
Doyle, 2b.... 4 1 1 t 1 Paskf rt. rf.. 6 I 1 0 0
Murray, If... 5 10 0 OHnblltiel, lb 5 1 8 0 0
Saymour, cf. S 1 0 0 OMItchall. cf.. 4 8 3 1 1
Hrldwell, as. 5 1 1 7 Kan. 8b 4 1 3 1 1
Devlin. 3h... 4 0 0 3 lUlnwney, fs. .40323
Mrkla, lb.. 4 2 16 0 1 McLean, a... 4 110
Meyara, c... 4 1(1 OLohort, 3b... 1114 0
Mathewan,p 5 2 1 B OKugfta. p 3 1 0 " 1
Mcc-abe .... 110 0 0
Total! 39 12 27 IB 3
Totals 38 11 27 9
Batted for Suggs in ninth.
New York 0 0 0 4 0 0 4 2 010
Cincinnati 1 100000046
Two-base hits: Suggs, Mathewson, Mer
kle, McCabe. Three-base hit: Devore. Sac
rifice hit: Doyle. Stolen bases: Bescher (2),
Paskert (2). Double play: Downey to Hob
lltzel. Left on bases: New York, 8; Cincin
nati, 6. Bases on balls: Off Mathewson, 1;
off Suggs. 3. Hit with pitched ball: By
Suggs, Devlin, Myers. Struck out: By
Mathewson, 6: by Suggs, 5. Passed ball:
Meyers. Time: 2:02. Umpires: Johnstone
1'lrates Trap Doves.
PITTSBURG, May 18-Boston hit Cam
nits hard, but the hits were scattered and
the visitors lost to Pittsburg, 8 to 5. Deach
and Brown each knocked the ball over the
fence for a home run. Score:
Ah. HO. A. E. AB.H.O.A.E.
Byrne, 3b.... 6 0 1 0 OCollIni, If... 6 i 4 0 1
Leach, cf.... (841 eHera.. - 61132
Clarke, If... 3 14 0 OShuriw. iu ... 4 1 11 0 0
Wagner, aa.. 3 2 12 1 H. Miller, rf 3 1 1 1 1
J. Miller, 2b 4
Klynn, lb..,. 4
Wllaun, rf... 3
Olbaun, c... 3
Camnlla, p.. 4
3 4 2 OKheau, 2b 3 1111
2 1 I.(;hIi, 2b 110 10
0 3 1 liHcck, ff 4 12 10
18 1 osweoiiey, aa. 3 0 1 4 0
111 ooraham, c 4 2 2 20
1'urlla. d 0 0 0 0 0
Totala .34 12 37 ismlth 1 0 0 0 0
Brown, p 3 2 0 1 0
1 Totals. ....36 13 5
Batted for Curtis In third.
L,eacn out; hit with batted ball.
Pittsburg 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 2 -8
Boston .1 0 0 110 11 05
1 wo-base hits: Clarke, Herzog, Urahain
Three-base hits: (Jets, Uraham. Home
runs: Leach, Brown. Sacrifice hits: Clarke,
wiion, aweeney. Stolen base: J. Miller
Bases on balls: Off Camnltr. 1; off Curtis,
1; off Brown, L Struck out: By Camnlts,
3: by Curtis, 1; by Brown, 1. Passed ball:
Oraham. Left on bases: Pittsburg, 6; Bos
ton, . Hits: Off Curtis, 7 In two innings.
Time: 1:). Umpires: Rigler and Emslie.
Cardinals Down Phillies.
ST. LOUIS. May 18. St. Louis won its
Seventh straight game today by lefeatlt g
Philadelphia In the second game of the
serlts, tcoie 5 to 2. Moren was hit safely
In the eighth inning for four singles and
three runs, which broke the tie. SalUo
pitched good ball after relieving Hack man
at the beginning of tho fifth Inning.
xfiatted for Packman In the fourth.
Hatted tor Moren In the ninth.
xxBatted for Tltus in the ninth.
St. Louis 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 i x 5.
Phlla. 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 02
. Two base hits: Evans, Hugirlns. Sacri
fice hits: Knabu, 2; Doolan, Evans. Double
plays: Evans and Konetchy; Doolan, Knabe
to Brausfteld 2. Stolen bases: Bransfleld.
Moran, Doolan, Hauser, Mngee. Hit by
pitched hall: by Moren. Ellis. Bases on
balls: Off Backman. &; Sallee 1; Moren. 3.
Struck out: by Backman, 2; Moren 1. Hits
off Backman. 3 In 4 Innings; Sallee 4 ill
5 Innings. Left on beses: St. Louis 4; Phila
delphia . Time, Umpire Kletn and
lateccullcatlate l.-aae Ntandlua-.
CRETE, Neb., May 18. (Special.)-The
standing and average of the five nines In
the Intercollegiate llaso Ball league Is ss
Played. Won. Lost
Base Ball Expert
Will Coax Jeff's
Roger Cornell of Portland Club
Reaches Camp and Will Give
Fighter Proper Rub-Downs.
BEN LOMOND, Cal., May lS.Ieffrles
kept at his training grind this afternoon
for two hours and fifteen minutes, the
longest uninterrupted session he has under
gone since beginning training.
The program included shadow boxing,
bag punching, rope skipping and hand ball
and at the finish, although he had been
on the Jump every Instant of the workout,
the big fighter did not appear In the least
In the hand ball game Jeffries played
three men his brother, Jack, Joe Choynski
and Bob Armstrong. He took the trio Into
camp In two straight games. No boxing
was included In today's routine.
Roger Cornell, condition expert and mas
seur, arrived this morning and took charge
of the rubbing room. He deserted the Port
land- base ball team to Join the Jeffries'
staff. . According to Cornell, there will be
no more disagreeable eruptions on the
"The breaking out In the past has been
due to errors In massaging," he said.
Johnson Keeps Basy.
SAN FRANCISCO. May 18.-Jack John
son, with the selection of a referee off his
mind, went through his usual grind on the
road this morning. After the hard day'B
work Johnson went through Sunday there
was not the slightest complaint from the
negro that his muscles were stiff.
"If anything," he said when questioned
on the subject, "I feel better than ever for
boxing, and though I went through some
stiff work, I am glad of It, if It showed
people 1 am In good shape. I expect to do
as much If not more boxing tomorrow
afternoon and may make It ten rounds In
stead of eight."
Manager George Little says he has a
couple of volunteers who want a chance
to show what they can do, and he will
let them go on tomorrow.
A story went the rounds yesterday there
had ben a split betwen Jack Johnson and
George Little, and that Billy Nolan, erst
while manager of Battling Nelson, would
assume charge of the champion's camp.
This afternon, however, this story was
denied on all sides. Little said Nolan had
absolutely no chance to become manager,
Johnson merely laughed at the report and
Nolan said there was no truth In the story.
"I only wish It were true," said Nolan.
"The subject has never been broached and
It was all a surprise to me. My only In
terest In Johnson Is that I think he ia cer
tain to beat Jeffries and I may make some
money on him. I was present at the con
ference to se if I could be of any assistance
In selecting a referee who would give him
a Bquare deal."
Tex Rickard, somewhat nettled by the
reports that his name was suggested as
referee merely to fill a temporary breach,
has come out with a statement that he will
referee the fight and will not give way to
any man In the world.
"I wanted to know whether I would be
satisfactory to Jeffries," said nickard. "I
have ben assured everything is all rlgnt
and now I am going to hold the Job."
1 Eddie Oraney, one of the men suggested
for referee, left this afternoon for the Jef
fries' camp at Ben Lomond. Oraney care
fully explained that as the referee ques
tion Is settled he wanted to see the big
fellow on other business.
KEARNEY GETS SECOND GAME
Score of 4 to 3 at Columbus Reveals
COLUMBUS, Neb., May IS. (Special Tele
gram. Kearney won the second game of
the series from Columbus. Kearney sub
stituted Noyea for Judson In the fifth.
Chltllck put the ball over the fence In
the second and brought In two runs, be
sides ills own tor Columbus. Score:
Kearney 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 04 4 0
Columbus 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-J 8 3
Struck out: By Judson, 4; by Noyes, ";
by Slndeker, 10. Passed balls: Kemp, .1.
Batteries Kearney : Judson, Noyes and
Tuwnsend; Columbus: Slndeker and Kemp.
FREMONT, Neb., May 18 (Special Tele
gram.) Red Cloud dtfeated Fremont this
afternoon by better work with the stick,
In a ten Inning contest. Jarrott pitched
good ball up to the seventh Inning. His
support at times waa ragged. Orsnt sent
in the winning run In the tenth. The
feature of the game was the batting of
Bobner for Fremont. Score: R.H.E.
Fremont 0 3 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 07 1
Red Cloud 1 0 3 1 1 0 1 0 0 1-8 8 3
Batteries Fremont: Smith and Bonner;
Red Cloud: Jarrott and Ruppert. Umpire:
Mugee. . Attendance: 2U.
SEWARD. Neb., May 18. (Rpeclal Tale
gram.) Seward tried out a new pitcher,
the Indian Hamilton was hit hard, giving
Superior the lead. President Slevers ot
Ine State league was at the game. Scort:
Seward .j 0000001 1 02 K J
Superior 0 0 tt 0 4 0 1 1 2-S 11 1
Thiea-baae hit: Neff. Batteries Beward :
Hamilton and Neff; Supptulori Justus and
SuoHruAU. .. .. .
I BREWERS WIN ON HOME RUN
Milwaukee Beats Toledo Seven
. Two on Home Field.
JIMMY BARRETT HEROIC HITTER
Columbus Players Trounce Ulnes
Hooslers Catch the Saints Off
Guard Millers Do Ip
MILWAUKEE, May 18. Jimmy Barrett's
home run, with the bases full, in the
seventh clinched today's game with Toledo?
Milwaukee winning, 7 to 2. Score:
!Batled for Owens In ninth.
Milwaukee 0 0 0 0 0 1 6 0 7
Toledo 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 12
Two-base hit: Abbott. Home runs: Bar
rett, Robinson, Klwert. Sacrifice fly: Hick
man. Stolen bases: McGann, Randall.
Double plav: McCormlck to Robinson. Base
on balls: Off Cutting, 6; off Robinson, 4;
oft Owens, 1. Hit by pitched ball: Mc
Qann, Sullivan. Struck out: By Cutting, 3;
by Robinson, 2; by Owens. 1. Hits: Off
Robinson, 12 In seven Innings. Umpires:
Owens anil Cusack. Time: 1:50.
Columbus Bents Blues.
KANSAS CITY. May 18,-Eirors by Bar
beau and Hunter, coupled with O'Rourke's
single in the seventh, gave Columbus the
victory today, 2 ,o 0. Score:
!Hatted for Sullivan In seventn.
Batted for Hitter in ninth.
Kansas City ..- 0 0 0 0 O'O O 0 0-0
Columbus 00D0OO2U 02
Two-base lilts: Odwcll, Congaltort, Quln
lan. Left on buses: Kansas City, ; Colum
bus, S. First base on errors: Kansas City,
2. Columbus, 3. Sacrifice hit; Moran.
Double plays: Campbell to Barbeau to
Hunter; James to Odwell to James. Struck
out: By Nelson, 2. Passed ball: James.
Base on balls: Off Campbell, 3; off Nelson,
5. Hit by pitched ball; Campbell. Time: 1:45.
Umpires: Guthrie and Chill.
Another Game for Geneva.
GENEVA, Neb., May 18. (Special Tele
gram.) Geneva took another from Shlck
ley yesterday in the opening game on the
home grounds, which was fast and exciting.
Ford and Phelps opposed each other again,
with Ford a shade the better. The feature
of the game was a catch by Hill, Geneva's
shortstop, which was almost an impossible
chance. Score: . R.H.E.
Shickley 0 0010000 1-2 34
Geneva 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 04 7 6
Batteries: Phelps and Thomas; Ford and
Curtis. Struck out: By Phelps, 4; by Ford,
4. Bases on bails: Off Ford, 2; off Phelps,
1. Stolen bases: Shickley, 1; Geneva, 2. Sac
rifice hits: Hourrlgan, Lynn. Two-base hit:
Ray. Umpire: Palmer Crlnlss. Scorer:
Cheyenne Adopts Ball Team.
CHEYENNE, Wyo.. May 18. (Special.)
Ira Bidwell and his Kansas City Red Sox
arrived here today and Immediately donned
the uniforms and war paint of the Chey
enne Indians, which will be the name of
the ball team from now on. The season
will open here next Friday, with games
between the Indians and the Laramie
(Wyo.) team. Arrangements are being
made for a grand opening, and, In all prob
ability, leading state, county and city of
ficials will open the game. The home
grounds are at Pioneer park, where ar
rangements have been made to handle from
3,000 to 4,000 people.
Speed Proa ram at Beatrice.
BEATRIC7, Neb.. May 18. (Special.) The
directors of the Beatrice Driving associa
tion held' a meeting yesterday afternoon
and made plans for the race meeting to be
held here June 14 to 17. Applications for
entry blanks have been received from Ok
lahoma, Kansas, Missouri and other states
throughout the west. The speed program
consists of 2:14, 2:18, 2:22 and 2:30 trotting
events; 2:09, 2:14, 2:18 and 2:24 pacing, be
sides running races. The purses offered
will aggregate $3,600. . Entries will close
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Cleveland 0 1 1 u 0.0 0 J-3
Two-base hits-: lord, LiUole, UngUuh.
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In three and one-third Innings. Sacrifice
hits: Street, Groom. Stolen nase: Gioum
Left on bases: Washington, t;' Cleveland
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on errors: Cleveland, 3. Struck out: B
Groom, 2; by Mitchell, 1; by Bergcr, 2
Tune: 1:4,. Umpires: Kcrln and Styeriuuti.
HlHhliindcra Whip llroM 11s.
NEW YORK, May IS. Now York cap
tured the last game (if the nui'les from
St. Louis loilay (i to 3, by hitting Stremirel
lively In the t'cvcnlh aiid eighth Innings
nnd by taking full iiilvniitage of errois
made by Wallace, Hoffman and Allen.
Griugs' liutliny was a feature. Score;
xltiitted fro Brill in the seventh.
St. Louis t) 0 I 0 1 1 0 U 0 S.
New York 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 2 X "I.
Two base hits: GrlpgiJ-, Hnitx-dl, Slfeni
mel. Three base lilts: Stone, Grigs. Sacri
fice hits: Sehweltf.er, .Siremrncl. Slolen
bases, Klclnow. Left 011 bases, St. Louis
fi; New York, 5. First on errors. New
York 2. Struck out: by Frill f; by Strjiu
mel, 1; by Vaughn 2. Bhscs 011 bails: off
Stremmel, 6.. Hits off Frill, 8 In 7 Innings,
implies: O'Loughlin and Tcrrine. Time,
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Small Schools Ilrsltnte to Take Them
l'n aa Feature. ,
LINCOLN, Neb., May 18. 4.SpecUl.)-lf
reports are true, several schools in Hie .Mis
souri Valley conference will right against
the addition of two more relay races 10 tne
list of events for the annual Missouri .
ley conference meet.
While tne smaller schools are antagonist
to the plan, Nebraska university is hi
strictly opposed to the two new events,
mile and a two-mile relay race. It is rec
ognised that any attempt to have the com
mittee reconsider the events again would
end In a failure, since the meet is less than
two weeks off. Consequently no official
action will be taken In the matter until in
Speaking of the situation, Coach Ben
Chen Ington of Nebraska said Tuesday
evening: "The addition of the two relsy
races work a hardship on the smaller
schools and will also prove a hardship to
Nebraska. It means that twelve men must
be kept In reserve for the relay raoes, and
unless a school has an unusually large
track squad other events will suffer. I
shall enter a team In the two-mile relay
at Des Moines this year, but shall make no
attempt to enter men in the other events."
KF.TCIIEL WHIP I'llllKV KLYNN
Middleweight Pats fo Out In Three
Hounds of Scheduled 12-ltouml Go.
BOSTON, May 18. Stanley Ketchel, mid
dle weight, sent, James tPorky) Flynn of
Boston down and out In the third round of
a scheduled twelve-round bout at Larlmor
Athletic association tonight. Flynn, how
ever, gave a good account of himself In the
two preceding rounds, keeping the cham
pion at long range and Jabbing him hard
tu the face with his left while landing an
Ketchel landed terrific swings at will oil
Flynn's head and body In the third and
stint him to the floor twice with left
punches to the stomach, Flynn taking the
count on the last fall.
WILL FIGHT MOHAN
Match Declared Off Will Take riace
May 27 Tfn Hounds Scheduled
LOS ANGELES, Cal., May 18 -Tho Con-ley-Moran
match, which was declared off
last night, Is on again, but Instead of May
27 they will fight ten rounds June 7.
The battle will be held at Naud. wjiere no
decisions are permitted. The first agree
ment required Moran to make 12G pounds at
6 o'clock May 26. Conley's manager said
this gave the alleged bantam champion too
much of a handicap to overcome and In
sisted on Moran making 128 at ringside. He
held out so obdurately that Promoter Mc
Carey called off the match. Then the pro
moter called the principals together again
and they compromised on Moran making
124 pounds on June 7.
Gise County Ball I.rasur,
BEATRICE, Neb., May i8. (Speelal.)-A
meeting win ue held at wymore next Fri
day to take up the matter of organizing
county pase Dan league, it is proposed
organize with six or eight towns In Gn
county, and arrange games after the style'
of the State league. It Is thought a league
of this kind would be a paying proposition
ana rurnisn plenty or sport for the fol
lowers of the national game.
Race Meet nnd Hull Touinej. A
CALLAWAY, Neb., May lG.-(Speclal.)-r
With the slogan. "The Biggest Little Cliy in
the State," Callaway citizens have raised a
purse and will hold a race meet and hasn
ball tournament on June 8 and 9. Over SI. 2")
will bo offered in race purses and 2150 In
base ball purses.
The excruciating pains rrom corns or
bunions may be avoided by applying cham
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