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TITK OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: MAY 20, 1910.
of alt th runner wan fln. almost nona
of thu hurdle txdng touched.
Thn re In the 121 high hurdles was
what might ba railed a dead heat. Mun
ger, .a amall fpllnw from Kearney Mili
tary academy alerted ttioni and lad by
a Jump until the last ant of hurdlea wait
reached, when Meyer of York madn up
tha Intervening distance and tha race
was called a u for first place. Piatt of
Franklin came In for second placa. The
time made wu one-fifth of a aecond
low of the tlmo of the state record, the
tlma called belnr seconds.
Kennedy of Omaha lad them all In the
tulle run and traveled In to the finish In
one aecond bettor than tha time made by
TvYight of Kearney High achool last yr-ar.
when he beat Kennedy. Wright waa un
abto tft come to tha meet owing to In
juries due to spike., but If ha had been
en hand It la probable tha best run of the
day would have been the mile. The time
called waa four mlnutea and forty-four
seconds, and at the finish the winner was
a good fifteen yard In tha lead.
Ilia relay race fell to the Omaha team
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DODGERS CAPTURE LONG ONE Hokuf Wins State
Brooklyn Beat Boston Fire to Four
x in Twelfth.
FIT CHER BAH GEE PEOVXS HEEO
tntenara Orerwaclsn I1ttabarar 74' la
to Nothing? Clarlnnntl Heats
Lonls Slew Yerk Draba
Verdigris Giant is All in After the
First Fall and Gives Up
Hill Hokuf won tha state wrestling cham
pionship Friday night at tha Auditorium,
after one hour and eighteen mlnutea of
BROOKLYN, May 28. Brooklyn and I Here battling with Ben Pavelka of Verdi-
Boaton battled for twelve Innings today, I grin, Pavelka waa all In at the and of this
tha home team winning, ( to 1 Barger, time and gave up after tha first fall. The
who pitched a great game and fielded bout waa to be two falls out of three.
brilliantly, scored tha winning run On a I catch-as-catcb-can.
pass. Burch's scratch bit, another pasa to Pavelka put up a fast exhibition and kept
Daubert and Wheat' Infield single. Score; the big Omaha, boy going all tha tlma for
bstoklib. boston. the first hour. Hokuf better condition
Bonn, rt 1 1 t ftrallliw, of.... 1110
li.ub.rt, lb.. 4 1 II 0 0hean, rt I I I I
WhW, If.... 14 ORhitrpe, lb... 1 II 1 0
Hamnwll, zo. l vMlller, rf.
Innn, as... e i w i Hck, .
llavtdenn, ci.. 4
I t I M
I 1 t i
asserted itself near tha close and ha had
the Verdigris man guessing all the time.
Th loser put up a mora spectacular fight.
but Hokuf waa at him every minute.
TIGERS RAP QUI BIG SCORE
Detroit Whips Chicago Nine to One
TY COBB CIRCLES THE BASES
Washington Beats New York Fear
to Three St. Loals Defeats
Cleveland Philadelphia '
DETROIT. May 28. Heavy hitting gave
Detroit a one-aided victory over Chicago
today, 9 to 1. White waa knocked off the
rubber In the third and Lang was found
freely. A home run by Cobb with Bush
on base was the feature. Score: ,
AH. HO. A. B Aa.H.O.A.C.
D. Jonas, If.. 484 OFrmch, rt... I 1 0 0
Buah, aa...... I I I I Ouandll, lb.... I A 11 0 0
Cobb, et......M 14 OZoldsr, Mk.,. I t 0
Crawford, rts t I 0 Doubrt, It 4 10
Dlhantf, lb 4 I I Ol'oK et I 1 1 0
Morlariqr, lb I t 0Purtll, Jo.... 4 (tit
T. Jones, lb. I 4 II 1 iBlkckbarn, si 4 I
I i i ;. ; tTT ? rr, its fev:f ? ? : s : : i
f ! ? 1 2TU- b J ! showed slgna of weakening and his i i i ouu, k 1
. ..J ! J jM.uwn. p...l I opponent kept him on tha Jump, but after M-nirn ...,. I ,
i. ,. it iJA' :"? ! J I i . y.,. a -..-, .k. ki- Brownma. 1 I Totals, J 1 14 14 4
Total.. ,..,14 II 14 4
Detroit I I I t 1 M M
Two-base hit: Delnhanty. Horn run:
Cobb. Hits: Otf Mullln. In seven Innings;
.41 11 it IT Iptraoaa, .. a 1 olfstting his aecond wind, the big blafck
ToUll, J J1 1 "nltb waa as strong aa at any tlma during
Batted for Mattern In seventh. tn match-
One out when winning run scored. Tuna after tlma Hokuf attempted to do
Brooklyn ... 10200100000 1-S somethlna- with toa holds, but aa often as
Boston O0O0JOO0080 04 . ,u. ,m k.w off White. 7 in two Innings, eaorlflce hits:
Md on banes: Boston. 7: Brooklyn, . . . . . . .. . I J. Jones. Oandll. Btolen baaes: Cobb (2).
Two-base hits: Sharpe, Graham. Three-1 lnera r pusning oil nis nana wiui ma uejjanty, Double flays: Purtell and
base hits: Hummeii 12). Bacrillcs hits: I tree foot. i Clandil. Left on tascs: Detroit. (: Chicago,
Bhean, Daubert. First base on errors: At leaat a dosen times tha Omaha wrest- t. Hit by pitched ball: By Mullln, Cole: by
Boston, i, Btolen bases: Collins. Bhean. f iT! !S Struck out. By MuW
hweeney, uauoerw ijouoie piay: urnra . ...... by i, j, liases on Dans; Kill
lo nwpeney. dimi ira uhiib. uii jaiaiiciii, i v iu uiw, nut in every luiasoi rv Wullln, 4: OH frowning, li oil vvnue, l, on
1; olf Parsons, 6; off Barger, S. Btruck out: would squirm out Of holds. lange, i Time: 1:6b. Umpires: Bvana
By Mauern. is; oy arsons, i; oy wiw, Th. nrllmlnlk ,. k.,... ,nhnnl. and Egan,
2. lilts; Jii manera, t in six inimiK", iu - -
Parsons, 4 In five and one-third innings. I tioiaen ana Arthur ravelka waa of short
Time: 2:21 Umpire; Johnstone.
I BEOWKS SWIKQ INTO LINE
I St. Irools Beats tlevelaad five to One
Lake Proves Paasle.
CLEVELAND, May 28. St. Louis de.
feated Cleveland, S to 1, today. Lake was
duration, but was lively from th call of
time until finished. Holden won th first
fall In flv minutes, with a neck and leg
hold. He won th aecond fall with a sim
ilar hold In six minutes fifteen seconds.
Holden was aver on th aggressive and had
his man at his mercy most of tha time.
Out Will Lewis
Middleweight Champion Fats Antag
onist to Floor in Second Inning
of Ten-Bound Bout
NEW YORK, May Stanley Ketchel of
Michigan, tha middleweight champion,
knocked out WDUe Lewi of this city In th
second round of a scheduled two-round bout
at th National Sporting club last night
Lewis, who waa tha Parisian Idol aom
months ago, is a welterweight and was
fully ten pounds lighter than Ketchel, who
weighed In this afternoon at 15S pounds, ao
oordlng to agreement. Tom O'Rourke, man
ager of tha club, waa referee.
Thre thousand people saw the contest.
Lewi went right at hi man In th opening
round without showing any sign of fear.
They exchanged body blows at close quar
ters, with Ketchel having th better of th
exchanges. Lewis stepped cleverly insld
of a vicious right swing and planted a
straight left on Stanley's face a moment
later. After another session of infighting
Ketchel sent a left to th faoe and tha gong
nded th round.
Lewis was confident when he stepped Into
th center of the ring In the second round,
He went after Ktohel furiously, but tha
fast pace suited Ketchel, who, after sev
era! exchanges, planted a . hard left on
Lewis' body and followed with a terrlflo
right swing to the jaw. Lewis fell hard to
the floor and waa counted out. He lay there
several minutes before being revived suf
floiently to b helped from the ring.
UTO RECORDS ARE SMASHED
High Speed Motors Lower World's
Harks at Indianapolis.
KTNCAID BREAKS THE CENTURY
Drives of National Car plas Off
Oae Ifar Mllea ia Oa
Hoar od Tweatr-Three
INDIANAPOLIS, May tS. Records went
down before th onslaughts of desperately
driven cars In Friday's races at the motor
speedway, and th new course, the only
brick track In th world, justified all hopes
of Its experimenting constructors that it
would surpass all other for speed.
In three classes of American stock cars
time was hammered down. The greatest
victory of the day was th 100-mll race
for car of 301 to 4J0 cubic Inches piston
dtaplacement, won by Klnoald In a Na
tional In 1:23:43. Th previous record -ct
by Chevrolet. In a llulcx at AtU.nta, -v-i
Ill fortune took this race away from
Dawson, driving a Marmon. He led th
a pvssle. while Jos. was knocked out of oun P've1Ik 'hewed atrength. but not
,10 0 14
. I 14
much acquaintance with th gam.
Love gava Tolliver all he wanted to do
to down him In th first preliminary In tha
allotted fifteen minutes. Th little fellow
worked Ilka a flash all th time and It was
only after eight mlnutea of fast, spectacu
lar work that Jack waa abl to throw
DAVID D. REAVIS. JR,
; Falls City H, A .
arhlch ha made a good showing fills year.
The time was on and one fifth seconds
better than the state record. Rouse
started for Omaha and was just able to
keep up with tha runners he contended chelL S In flv. InnlngB. Base
against, but Millard and Fraser, th. sec- 3 b?
Bases on balls:
Joss, 1: by
First baa on
ond and third . men gained on tHe other errora; Cleveland, i; Bt Louis. L Left on
lads about six yards and then Wood, th bases: Cleveland, ; Bt Louis, l 11m
crack two hundred-twenty man finished l:3i- Un.pU-ea; Dlneenand Connolly.
up In good tlm. BEDS
umansv wins me kmit,
In -all th weight events the present fee- I ctnlnKa.tl Bents St..LoaIa at Horn
nls, were touched and in th hammer and . . Fosur to Nothtns;.
discus throw they were smashed, in tha CINCINNATI, May 28.--Clnclnnatl
ahot put, Burdlck of Omaha .equaled th fted St. Louis today , to 0. Score:
recora distance ,01 forty-rive feet three and Cincinnati it. louis.
MM.klH Innhon with StrvVw nt Smith I AB.U.OJk.B. AB.H.d.A.K.
JMHCnnr. A v v n ukkiiis, v . -
ATHLETICS BAT FIERCELY
Philadelphia Takes Boaton Into Camp
If In to Three.
BOSTON, May 28. Philadelphia won from
Boston, to S today, by batting Wood hard
and being helped by Wagner's error. Plank
was a puxxle after th first inning. A hard
rop by Lewis In th seventh bounded oft
Baker shins Into the pavilion, giving th
batter a horn run, Bcore:
PHILADELPHIA. , BOSTON.
HartMl. If.... a 4 10 OHooesr. rf.,.. 4 1110
Oldrlns. rf... ( 11 OLord, tb
Collin, lb... I t t 1 OBnfl, lb....
DSTll, ID 4 V 4 VBUBI, IB....
Baker, lb (lit ISpoikw, et..
Murphy, rf... 1 0 OWasncr. as..
Barrr, Si 4 111 1 Gardner, lb.
Thomas, 0... 4 IT 0 Lmrla, If....
Plunk, ....... 4 110 Ocarrigui, 0..
Total. nun I I "Bradley ....
Totals t 4 14 J
Batted for Wood In . second.
Philadelphia 3 r t 0 0 0 0 1-9
Boston 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0-3
TTwo-base hits: Oldrlng, Plank. Three-base
hits: Lord, Btahl. Horn run: Lewis. Hits:
Off Wood. 3 In two Innings; off Hall, 6 In
seven innings. Btolen bases: Collins, Baker,
Barry, Oldrlng. Double play: Hooper and
, 1 ' . , - . l. ........ . ULII. J.U.kU IT.
I V. . . II , 1 1 . -,. M ' 1 .
BAN FRANCISCO, May .-OIvlng hi. -: ;f 00
anrand rmhlln boxinar exhibition since he be-i 1- hv Plank 1: hv Hall 1. Time: 1 R7. Tim.
JlaftJXiV XtUU M&XLVUiJUJS gan training, and making what is said pirest fSJieriaan ana JH-erin.
probably will be hi last publlo appearanoe
the box. Score:
IT. LOUIS. . CLEVELAND.
8ton. If 4 110 OOranar. cf.. 444
Hartaall, I I i 1 Kruear, It.
Wallaoe, lb... 4 10 1 ITurner, aa..
Onega, lb.... I Oil OLaJota, lb..
Hodman, cf..4 1 OFIIck, rf
Bchweltaer, rf I I 0 OBtorall, lb..
C'rlaa. lb 4 lit 0 vBemia. ....
Bleu nana. 0... I 114 0 Pen-In, lb... I 0 0 11
Lake. B 101 OJoaa, p 10010
Touia u inn I
Cleveland 0 0 1 0 0 01
KU Louis J OvlvvOlO-6
Twu-base hit; Criss. Three-base hit:
CrlHs . Home run: HarlznlL Sacrifice hits:
.SiovalL cnwelLzer. bacrlfice flies: -Origgs,
. . . . . . . 11 . .. 1 1
Double play: Turner to Lajola to StovalL I Pttfilist Boxes With "Brother Jack"
riim: Off Joes, 6 in lour innings; oil miir
a w w m v g
t Jeffries Gives
Show in 'Frisco
0 0 0 0 0
4 1 14 1 0
10 14 1
4 10 10
0 0 10 4
1 0 0 0
VERMILION WINS TUB MEET
Second Tlmo Atnletlo Contest Goes
to This Colleste.
HURON. 8. D . May 28. Speelal Tele
gram.) Banks, offices and business houses
olosed a portion of yesterday and an
Immense throng attended th Intercollegat
field meet. The foliwing stat records were
High jump worgrsn of vermilion, s reet,
Two-Mil Run Gordon of Mitchell, tlm.
Hammer Throw Qoddard of Vermilion.
distance, 136tt reel.
Broad jump uoyai ot vermiinon, zi I set,
Mile Run Hunter of Brookings, tlm 37
Vermilion secured 83 point. Brookings.
26: Mitchell. 16: Yankton, ft.
Alneth ol xankton won first, and Tlbbett
of Mitchell second In the oratorical con.
For th aecond time vermilion won th
and Joe Choynski and Beoeives
Bis Ovation. ,
Ofaah second best, and Beamer of York
Marthy, from Minder, managed to
Paakert, cf... 1110 OEIIIa, If... 4 0 10
Unhlltaal. 1h- 4 0 10 0 Ollakea. of..... 4 1 1 V V
Mitchell, rf.,1 I LI OKonetchy, lb. 4 111) 1 0
Kgan, lb...,;4 111 iUtsim, rt..... 4 010
i 1 urneipa, ...
mv'.na the Irammer 11S feat and dim Iffih. I Lohert. lb 1110 OPhelos. a..... I 0 1 I 1
Tha old record was m fert one inch, but -
the oo set by McCarthy is nineteen feet I oaapar, p.... I 01 owiuia, p...... 1 4 o
v .lnaliee, '
Ia th discus Meyer ot Tork hurled It
SJSfSJStmSi. BADTDROW BEATS COLDMBUS
asttc ring-followers by hi apparently ex-
thre rounds with his brother. Jack, and JtfTOr opUS Yicwry W wuoneil
three with Jo Choynski at Dreamland rink. I Seven to Five.
Jeffrie waa given a tremendous ovation I i
when ho entered th plaoe. and again when I
he entered th ring. A fw minute later C0NGALT0N HITS FOUll TIMES
Jams JL Corbett cam In, and "OontlenMui
Jim" waa given va a greater ovation
than Jeffries. Th latter wa In an uo-
usoally pleasant mood and playfully chased
0 0 0 4 Oorbett around th ring.
NEW YORK. May SfcV-SeciJamla
Total...... 11 10 17 11 1 Totals. ...... 4 14 11 1
rit-lnntl O 0 12 0 0
St. Louis 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
mi i uu. n,.nl.. vriKA1l naatam
on hi.T om "wild. TV Atruck bu't:By Wheeler, prealdent of th University of Cal.
Wlllla, 8; by Claspar, 3. Time: 1:40. Urn- ifornia, who is now la Mow York, 1 Quoted
plres: iUgler and Email. I M aaylng today:
for 140 ' feet, two feet beyond the state
record. ' Meyer had easily the best form
and class of any of the dlsou men. Beo
, nd and third places In th event were
hoth captured by Omaha.
Another Reeord Smashed.
The 880-yard run was won by Qeorg of
Franklin, with MoLauglln of Sutton a
aloe aecond. Tlie stat record waa lowered
to S:0Jto. three and one-fifth second below
th previous tlmo.
Fraaer of Omaha showed that In th
li- .... . n th. MurraT. it.... I 0 11 Brand, lb.,.. 4 1110
"""" " " " F.,moo, ef..4 I 0 0 Mae.. rf.... 4 1110
,10 0 OBr-nafield. lb 4 111 0
St. Panl Beats Minaeapolia Two to
One Toledo Downs Indianapolis
bsm City Whips
COLUMBUS. May 28. Louisville beat
WHIP , THE QUAKERS Z r, ?
New York National Boat Philadel
phia Three to Two,
PHILADELPHIA, Mao; 28.-New York Ae- M t Md u wW
feated PhlladelphU today. S to 1 Scor. mMjL ,f H ooe, ptace
steadily growing aad I hr no hesitancy m.. ninth by Carlach gave th visitors the
In saying that It ia now ertremely doubtful gAim Congalton hit aamely four time.
li in iignx win xsa ptace aa soneouiea. I SLfyr
Responaibio ettisen oi ean Fransico and
KT.!:1J' S k.v.'s . WITH SOUTH OMAHA BOWLERS
track who wa a match for him. Rouse
f Omaha trailed him all the way around,
But went to pieces about twenty yards from
. th finish and allowed Key of York and
Robinson of Kearney Military academy to
slide In ahead of him.
Wylie ot York and Meyers ot the same
school simply wen, over all tha other con
testants and took first and second place
In th high Jump with ease. Wylle did not
make as high a distance as last year,
owing, probably, to th fact he waa en-
. tared in so. many running event that b
In th broad jump Wylie Jumped away
from the others. Just a In th high jump,
mnA mmAm m nur rwnrd nf M fnet and 10Kk
,,lVl .... ,w , , trv tnr I (Continued From Pag One.)
wni.ii ..,Amv hn-h tha second I wt! Fenlon, Welch of Bicux City. Bacrl-
Franklin academy took both tn econa f . An(,rea. w.ruck out: By Hol-
and third place by mean ot their men,
Stanley, of... t 1 I 0 OO'Rourke, lb. 4 1 1 1 I
Woodruff, If.. 4 110 OHlncbm'n, of 4 1 1 I
Mytra, lb.... 4 14 1 OKosaraan, rf,. 4 110 1
Dunleavy, rt. 4 1 0 1 0 Downs, br.. 4 114
Bchreok, lb. .. I 1 0 OConaialton, It 4 4 1 0 I
Macee. lb.. 4 110 OOdwell, lb.... 4 1 15 0 I
launeflestoi Conolndes First Week Molarlta, sa. 4 1 1 J lQulflsit, ss 1 1 0 1 0
. . ... , I nuanw, w.. . .vwiwu, . . 1
wa ivueweni wiaaa uwwu Pickett. D,.... 1 0 0 1 ONelaon. D. 1 0 0 7
8 cores. I Rlchter, p.... 1 0 11 1 eQoodwLn M 1 0 00
nana. d,... u vvau
lllnui 1 A A O A eiAt-h, KT1 If Ufl
i no summer leasue oi me eoutn umana I
Total. .....SI 127 14 1 Totals... ... 10 17 14 1 u,,1"p"i wimiuuiia vl vitjui. vvavnis oi. iiirve i touh h w ii u a
Ntw Vork 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 03 1 men eacn, iinirnea ine iirsi weea oi tne 'Batted for Nelsno In ninth.
Philadelphia 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0-2 tournament- ine winning teams for the eBatted for Rlchter In ninth.
Two-base hits: tseymour, pransueia, L...Vi... V ,""" Columbus 0 0 0 4 1 0 0 0 0-6
.r ; : ,h. fl.. . " " louuviii .3 m t t o 1 h
Devlin, lb... 1111 Owalah, If I 0 1 0 0
Merkle. lb.,. 4 1 11 ODoolan, aa..., 4 1110
Mtvera. a 4 I 4 1 ODooln. e.... 4 1111
Hatheweon. p I 0 1 1 IMaronty, p. , I 0 0 1 0
finodgrass. Base on balls: Off Msthewson,
1: off Maroiey, 2. Struck out: By Msthew
son, 5; by Maroney, 1. Time: 1:130. Um
SIOUX CITY IS
era. Following are the aoores:
Vollstedt 197 162
Stroech 108 99
Winter 10 161
Piatt and eQorge.
Following 1 th summary of events:
100-yarU 100-yard daBh: Vood (Omaha)
flrt, Lindsay (Plymouth)' second, Wiley
(York) third. Tim: 0:10tt-
Half mil run: Ueorn (Franklin acad
emy) first, McLaughlin (Sutton) second,
Kulakofsky third. Time: S:03y.
llaVyard high hurdle: Meyers (York) Mun
er (Kearney Military academy) tied for
first. Plat (Frenrlin academy) third. Tim:
2 Iwyard dash: Wood (Omaha) first, Lind
say (I'lymouth) second. Arnold (Franklin)
third. Time: 0:22.
IM-yird hurdlea: Wylle (York) first,
Rowley (Omaha) second, Graves (Kearney
Military academy) third. Time: 0:27.
Quai'trr mile run: Fraaer (Omaha) first,
Keye (York) second, Robertson (Kearney
Military academy) third. Time: 0:63.
Mils run: Kennedy (Omana) first, McCoy
(Franklin academy) second, Warner (York)
third. Time: 4:44.
High Jump: Wylla (York) first, Meyers
(York) second, Piatt (Franklin) . third.
Height: t fet 6Vi Inches.
Broad jump: Wylla (York) first, Piatt
(Franklin) soconu, Oeorge (Franklin)
third. Distance: 20 feet lU'-i Inches.
Pole vault: Keavla (rails City) first.
Rector (Omaha) second, Maresh (Crete)
' third. Distance : 10 feet 6 Inches. . ,
Dlsous throw: Meyer (York) first, Burdlck
(Omaha) second, Hanson (.Omaha) third.
Dintance: ltMt feet S Inches.
tihot put: Burdlck (Omaha) first. Btryker
(South Omatia) , second, Beaver (York)
third. Distance: 45 feet SSt Inches.
Hammer throw: McCarthy (Minden) first,
Iune: (Kearney Military academy) second,
Barbae (York) third. Distance: 157 feet 7
Relay race: Omuha first. Kearney Mili
tary academy setonj, York third. Time:
Paaslntr of th Crad:.
And now they tell us that It la no longer
' right to put bablea to sleep In c radios.
Th new hygien cay that rooking babies
" 1 unhealthy. They should be laid down in
stationary beds, with pasturlsd pillows
and sterilised sheets. The hand that ha
heretofore ruled tha world will have to
do It In th future by som other' means
' than by rocking th cradle. Th lullaby of
th future may run something Ilk this:
Bleep, little one, sleep
Rate In your germ-proof bed;
Mother her natch will keep
Over your aluniberlng head.
NauKhty bacilli you need not fear,
liutfnooo microbes will some not near,
Motiier will ci saw all these away,
biosp, llule ooe, till the break ot day.
flee hit: Andreas. Struck out: By HnJ
lenbeck, I; by Freeman, S. Stolen base:
Cuiridon. Hit with pitched ball: Welch of
Hloux City, King. Left on bases: Omaha,
t; fcioux City, a. Time: l:li. Umpire
Mullen. Attendance. 3,900.
TEAMS ARE NAMED FOR
COUNTRY CLUB MATCH
C. . Montgomery and T, J, Mahoney
Will Captain Rival Band on
Links This Afternoon,
Contestant In th team match, which
will be played at th Country club this
afternoon, hav been chosen. T. J. Ma
honey will captain on side and C. 8. Mont'
gomery tha other.
Th team will oppose each other a fol
Capt. T. J. Mahoney, wilHam J. Foy,
fChadd. , 174 17
Talbot ,. IH . 171
Mfcun ..; 1D2 203
Totals...,.....,.,.,. M S41
li. S. OARTER3.
. W. Total
J. B. Jtanm, .
W. H. McCord,
, Charles Duval, t
A. L. Reed,
D M. Vlnsonhaler,
E. A. Cudahy,
R. H. Peck.
John B. Brady,
C, C. George,
L. F. Crotoot.
ii. A. Cudahy. ir-
J. C. French,
K. A. Cope,
Charlea M. WUhelm.
C. J. bcotiie.
K. N. WentbroOK,
J. A. C. Kennedy,
B. M. Momma n,
A. J. Love,
W. A. RetlKk. '
11. I. liraoy.
E. T. Lindsey,
W. B. Roberts,
hi.. M. Fairfield,
J. . Buckingham.
M. H. tiUSIl,
R. L. Huntiey.
R. O. How.
J. W. Thoma.
F. II. Gains.
George L. Hainmar,
F. N. Conner,
J. H. Butler,
F. J. HOel.
William T. Burna,
V. B. Caldwell,
M. A. Hall,
T. J. Davis,
Thomas A. Fry,
G. W. Wattles.
C. J. Green,
H. H. Baldrig.
A. A. McCluie,
H. L. Lemlst,
W. R. ilcKeen.
C. W, Hull,
M. C. Petera,
, Grorg Rlbbell,
W. K. Martin,
J. M BaldriK.
J. W. Griffith,
T. J. Mcbhana, .
L. N. Wakaley,
R. R. klmbali.
T. R. Klmbs)!.
4. v. avinsier.
Chase ,.,..,.,....,..,. 140 Ida
Clemont .,.,.,, US ' 142
Moyer 112 U3
Totals.,,,.,,,.,,,,,, 40E 427
Ltplrskl. ,...,...,.,. Oi lfil
Clark , , ITS 1J
Brlggs 132 lot
Total ,4M m 437 1.461 1
Lnrkln , M. ........ 81 K0
O'Leary . 166 1(1
M&seauy .......M.. US 114
Total. 254 .
Thomas ..........., 151 12
Winters 140 17
Tanner 144 117
Any player wnose nam ooe not appear
will ba matched at th ground.
When you want what you want when' yogi
' want It. say so through Th Be Want
A4 colunni. . -
Tabor Wins banes.
TABOR. Ia.. May 2s.-(Seclal Telegram.
In a hlgn stnooi bail lania, Tabor vs.
Qlenwood, TaUir won, T to a &Uua struck
out ten men. I liamDers, 4. Matterlss
Tabor. Ellis and Mann: Glonwood, Chain
It beis and Gunsoll. i.rrvis, 'labor,
Brolen base: Odwell. Sacrifice hits: Dun-
Mm.. 1 If.aV, lujuwu, nuKIISB, x wv-vnao lliva
. XOtRl. I rtnaatnn himlnivv Tkru.h, hlr
W 1 Ul.nhm.. nn,iKI. n ,v, n.iln an n
Downs to Odwell, Fiokett to Morlarlty to
w Schreck, Morlarlty to Sohreck. Bases on
Diruua uuL, joy rtw
.or ,o n. . I balls: Off Nelson. 3. i
. son. 8: by Rlchter. 8; by Halla, 1. Hit
Off Pickett, 2 in three innings; on Kianter,
2 in five innings: off Halla, t in on In
ning. Time; l&l. Umpirea; Guthrie and
Cother Loses to
In Game Full of Errors, Nebraska
Polls Oat One to Good with
PROVING A GREAT SUCCESS
Friendly Settlement of Labor Dis
pute Under Cannda'a Antl
1) second. McNaly ( to 1) third. Timet
i-ourtn race, on mile ann an eignin, simi-
ItiR! Sir AliKiie (1W. Leeds. to 1) won.
Kdwln T. Fryer (114. Llndhorst, 11 to l
(ootid. Hound and Round (HO. Voeper. .
to 1) third. Time: 1:54. 81r John, Ak-Sar-
H'-n. uies, Dla Dixon and Oi:a nose ao-o
Fifth race, sir furlongs: Cuvlna (5 to 2
won, Onatnsn. (12 to 1) eeond. Billy May
ham (8 to 1) third. Tin,: 1:15."
Sixth rare, futurity course, selling: WlH'1
(112. Leeds. 11 to 5) won. Mllpits (11&
Mentry. 4 to 5 second. Gramercy (i7. Cot '
ton, 5 to 1) third. Time: 1:104, Mosshark,
La Dextra, ll,er and La Chat lo ran.
TF-ACHKHS DISK Ati TI1F.J1 PLAV
Breereatlon Program Last Klght of
Central Commercial Men.
Recreation was on th program lat nlfft
for the members of the Central CommrclaA
Teacher- association and they devoted th
evening to a dinner and a theater party
The banquet was complimentary and wai
given by the Smith-Premier company, whlli
the tickets for Boyd's theater were fur
nished by th Underwood company. Thert
were no after dinner speaches at the Rome,
where the banquet was held, but ther wen
vrval funny stories told.
Carl C. Marshall ot Cedar Rapids waa th4
chief ory teller and called upon th other
I, i heir bit of humor. Mr. Marshall
funny that th diners were In
goi unor during th entire evening and
he dubbed the "King of Jesters." Th
Meaktrs war F. M. Evans, Mis
field from th tenth to th oighty-flfia othc,
mile and lost the lead by th fouling of a Elizaboth Van Sant. F. E. Georgo of
spark plug and could not regain It. Kin- Omaha, W. C. Henntng, C. P. Zaner of
cald, pounding down th home stretch, Columbus, O., E. B. Lyons of Dubuque,
barely escaped crashing into the press j, n. Anderson of Bt. Louis, C. V. Odon,
stand when one of hi rear tire ripped p, Kelly ot New York, MIsS Alice M.
otf and was hurled high In th air. By
sheer strength of will and muscle he held
hi car to tha track and th crowd In th
grandstand gav him a roar ot cheei
Geta Two Prise.
Owen of Kansa City, R. II. Peck of Dav
Champion Not Here.
Miss Rosa Frit of New Tork. the cham
pion speed operatoi of the world, was not
In th five-mile race for car of the same nDi0 to appear at the convention to glv
Class as entered th 100-mile, Klncald a demonstration, as was originally In
brok another record, winning over Daw- tended, but th various typewriter corn
son and Harroun, both driving Marmons, panics have several speed experts In Omaha
by a tremendous burst of speed in th who will give exhibition to the teachers,
hom stretcli that carried him from th Th Smith-Premier company ha two fast
field to th for. HI tlm waa 4:05, bet- operators present, who were trained her
terlng th former record by torty seconds. n Omaha, MIhs Alice M. Owen and Leslie
Harroun had his Inning in the ten-mile H. Wilson, both graduaton of the Van Sant
event for car of 281 to 300 inches displace- school. They are considered to be master!
ment. II won in 8:16, smashing th for- I in their line and turn out copy with won-
mer record of 8:03. Chevrolet, driving a derful easo and rapidity. Another expert
Bulck in the five-mile rue tot- the little who 1 attending the convention Is E. Q.
cars ot 161 to 230 Inches dlsplaoement, won Wleso ot New York, who operates aa
with a brilliant dash in 4:41, breaking th
prevlou time of 6:12.
Th withdrawal of all th Bulck and Jack
son entries because the technical committee
had barred several . cars said to exceed
Underwood machine. He Is the only demon
strator who has appeared In the Whit
House for tha purpose ot exhibiting hi
skill. II. C. Bedison of the L. C. Smith
company and I It. Coombes and Gu R.
Total. 47 478 44C
1st. 2d. Sd. Total.
Zesk 1S6 203 1M 664 1
Kennedy 157 144 132 4k3
Hanleben 141 168 ltid 475
Totals , sis S35 464 1.5J1
1st. 2d. Sd. Total.
Elter US 159 m 430
Jacobean 130 131 185 4J6
bpear - 125 H2 107 34
Totals... 880 la "tS i4v
LINCOLN, Neb.. May 28. (Special Tele-
810 gram.) In a gam replete with many
' error. Cotner unirsity wa defeated by
I tha University of Nebraska by a scor of
1,2ns 1 to 4. Th gam wa called on account
nt rain at the end of th alghth inning.
Sd. Total. I nia4 in hard luck throughout tha
IO w game, making many errors, which counted
137 ' M for scores for Nebraska. Patterson wa
tha a tar with th stick for th comnusK-
srs, getting a hom run and a two-bagSr
a batting tally In the fourth and again in
Cornhuaker used thre pltoher. Bcor:
abraska 1 M M M M 1 I
Stn?r . ,...""0 0 0 0 S 0 0 1-4 5
u.iu, oimHtead. Frank and
D, L wr t -, ........ . J
GreenslUi Parmenter and Ogden.
The following oore wr mad Ust night vt ittji? urmnr T T r.TTV
at Francisco's alleys: JtlXdUij49 4JJ IBJ v.w
JETTER B GOLD TOPR
1st. 2d. Sd. Total.
.. 136 164 1S 477
.. 176 153 171 5O0
.. 164 IKS 1S5 f:JI
..157 Sol 181 41-0
.. 15 1M 170 60
.. 71 8S0 Tij 2T0I4
1st. 2d. Sd. Total.
.. i 174 ii m
.. 1U8 177 152 457
.. Ui 14 1M 445
,. D8 116 107 4.U
.. 1J 1)3 2(7 bif,
..Id TCS 8i Suit
City Defeat henadoah
An liar u Winn On.
FALLS CITY, May . (Special.) Score:
Falls City ..
u.Hii! Ward. Everett and Lindsay;
Duran and Pottet.- Umpire: Uarackman.
AUBURN, May 28. (Special.) Score:
Batteries: For Auourn, nursi aim oi
nd; for Clarlnda. Hart, Casey and John
NEBRASKA CITY, May 28. (Special.)
Refleetleaa f a Baeksler. I nnora: R.H.E.
If hotter to b correct than it I to be Mary vitle ... - J J J
oorrecud. Nebraska City - 18
Uw far can you get from hom befor Batteries: Hobson and Pollock; RelohUr
you beeom a stranger. and Walker. Umplr: Sage. Twelv inning
WhUkey and lov never affect two men war played.
in the Mint way. MINK LEAGUE.
A woumn ba Us faith In her Weals Won. Lost. Pet.
afvr nuurryiug oa of them. Clarlnda 2 .71
At this stage of the gam th bog pen Falls City S 8 ,6'3
1 n.lshtler than th sword. Maryvllle 4 .4iK)
A nisn can always find an excus for do- Hlmnsnauah 4 4 .buO
ing things h wants to do that h kuows Nebraska City 4 t .444
be shouldn't do. CUloatfo Nw Auburn ........... ............ t I .3-3
Because of th auoces which Canada
ha enjoyed In settling without strike, the
olas of labor disputes which now disturb
Industry hi th United States, the opinion
of Mr. W. L. Mackensle King, Dominion
minister of labor, wa sought. Mr. King
is credited with being tha real author of
th Lemieux Industrial Dispute act, which
waa 4Ulopted when ha wa deputy minister,
undef the Hon. Rodolph Lemieux.
This act provide. In brief, that It shall
be Illegal for employe of a publlo utility
or a mine to ett-ike or their employer to
order a lockout until the Issu between
them shall hav been investigated by a
board, on which each of th disputant bod'
le shall hav a representative and which
shall be headed by an impartial third.
la th duty on the board having asoer?
talned the facta, to seek an amicable settle
ment of th controversy. This falling,- It
make a publlo report. In' which th la
ue are mad known In plain language,
After that the man may strike It they
In New Zealand they have compulsory
arbitration and th binding of the arbi
ter are enforceable at law.. In Canada
publlo opinion is relied upon to compel an
"I . etrtlmat that th total number of
employes concerned In settlements under
the Canada act," said Mr. King, "In the
vicinity of 67,000, and that the saving In
wage aJotn In consequence of the meas
ure ha amounted to more than 31,600,000.
What ha been saved to employer in this
way of profit and to th community In a
thousand and on way It 1 Impossible to
estimate; 820,000 a year would cover the
total oot of administration of this act.
"We have had mora than eighty board
under the law, and in no case, so far a
I know, has any company suffered any
hardship through facta connected with
it business becoming publio as a conse
quence of the Investigation.
"Tha fact also ia that In seventy-four
case out ot eighty tha worklngmon wer
agreeable to accepting th finding ot the
board and did not strike afterward, though
they were at perfect liberty to do eo. If
th result ot th Investigation had not been
"Aa a matter of fact, th Dominion
Trade and Labor congress, which repre
sent most of the labor organization In
th Dominion, endorsed - th measure
strongly from th outsat, and ha never
changed Its opinion. In fact. It ha re
peated It endorsement at each annual session.
"Th measure ha gained steadily In
favor with railway employes, and I have
at th moment assurance from legislative
representative ot practically all th rail
way brotherhoods that with on or two
amendment, of which I hav given notlc
In Parliament and which will likely b
passed this session, the measure will be
wholly satisfactory to them.
"At present, th act applies only to In'
duatrle In th nature of publlo utilities, a,
for example, railways, telegraphs, tele
phones, etc., mlnea, clvlo amploye and the
like. Strong representations hav been
mad to th government by both employ
era and worklngmen In other industries to
hav th measure extended to all. Wer
It a tate or provincial meaaur this would
be a simple enough matter, but where It
applies, aa doe th present act, to th
whol of th Dominion, a step ot this kind
mean much In th way of increased admin'
Istration. Nevertheless, th government
I considering a limited extension, and
hav no doubt that within th course
of a few year this extension will b so
strongly demanded by both labor and
capital that a wider application will be
"How effective this act ha been will be
apparent from the fact thut sine It want
Into force, with th exception ot a strike
of machinist on th Canadian Pacific
railway, which wa after a board had
been established, and which did not erl
oualy affect transportation, w hav not
had a single strike on any of th railway
of th Dominion. NeRher ha thr been
a strike on any of th street railways,
though befor the meaaur wa enacted
not a year pased without on or two rl
cus street car strikes. W hav had v
era! boarda In connection with street rail
way dispute, and all hav worked out
satisfactorily. Th measure has been
equally effective In mine. In a few case
wber th finding of th board hav not
been accepted all. without except Ion. hsv
had to do either in whol or In part with
th question of union recognition." New
classification of power, threatened the sue- Trefxger of the Underwood were also pros-
cess ot th meet, but after several confer- cut giving exhibitions ot speed work,
ences the Bulck owner consented to re Seven ia Speed Contest
nter thos cf their car that met th prior to th publlo exhibition of speed
American Automobile association rules as work which was given in th main a -.som
Interpreted by th technical committee. I bly hall' by the Underwood operators tha
Chevrolet and Burman thus wer saved to preliminary conteat was held for the Brown
th meet. 1 trophy, the champion cup of th assoc la-
No Serlons Accidents. I Hon. Those who contested wer Madellnt
Good luck averted any serious accident Drake, Sophie Pahl, Avis Jennings of th
today, Tha steering gear ot Barney Old- van sant school, Omaha; Olive wasson,
field' Knox broke a ha was trying out his Lena Richardson, Des Moines; R. V
motor before the first event was called, and Bishop, Waterloo; Parker K. Woodson,
he ran to the high edge of the bank on a Chicago. After the papers are corrected hi
curve, but stopped safely. The aocldent I the Judge and the mistake deducted th
put him out of the race tor today, but he Is five highest will itand for tho final oontest
expected to be ready for tomorrow's pro- I A. C. Van Sant of Omaha gave an inter.
gram. Fox, driving a Pope-Hartford, also estlng talk In the afternoon on speed type
had a narrow escape when th steering gear writing and said that th only way to Ro
ot his oar brok and the car shot Into th quire speed is to begin by going slowly and
inner ditch, but It did not turn over. accurately. He laid great stress upon th
The featore ot tomorrow' card wll( be I Importance of accurate work, raying thai
th 200-mlle race, which wa called oft last pupil must be accurate to ba successful.
year ' because of death-dealing acoldents.
Monday the first national championship NEW MONEY MAKING MACHINES
races of the American Automobile sssocla- n
tldn will b run. t'nele Sam Fualpptna- ' with Latest
Today's summary: I ' Labor "aTlnir De.
The first event waa for' ten miles: Har-1 -Tlces.-
roun (Marmon) won;, second, 'Dawson,
(Marmon); third, Fox, (Pope-Hartford). Two newly perfected tlm and labor v
Tlma: 8:16:08. t Ing machines, the Invention of whloh wai
With a sensational burst ot speed in th brought about by the pur of governmental
stretch Kinkald (National) won the second nerds, are about to revolutionise the manu
event, flv mile; Dawson (Marmon) was a factur of all forma of paper money.
close second and Harrison (Marmon) waa The combination machine (for numhsrlnai
third. Time: 4:06:07. Kinkald lowered" th j tooling and oparatii.g) with a newly pro-
American rcord by 40 seconds. vlded adjunct In the form of a trimming
After a conference with th management machine, will perform all the operation ol
tho speedway and officials of the currency manufacture with the exception
of merely the first printing of the fce and
reverse of bill.
Under' tho old plan the Individual mtnv -
bertng - machines, the Individual ealln
machines and th Individual aeparatlni
machines had all to be fed by hand. In tha V
new comprehensive apparatus, however, all Jr
the feeding Is done automatically, and In
ahmuoh as a pile of 8,000 sheets, that Is,
30,000 notes, can be accommodated In th
magaiine compartment. It will be rossfbl
to operate tha machine contlnuta? for
American Automobile association, th man
agers of tha Bulck and Jackson car de
cided to allow their entries to stand.
Ten mile: Altken (National) first, Kin
kald (National) aecond, Wilcox (National)
third. Time: 8:25:09.
Five miles: Chevrolet (Bulck) ran away
from tha field and won easily; Endlcott
(Cole) second, Frayer (Firestone) third.
Time: 4:41:07. This time lower th pre
vlou American record, which was 5:18:01
Five-mile free-for-all, amateur: Grelner
(National) flrat, Tousey (National) second. 1 three hour at average speed wlthTat oin-
me: :u:wi. iwo iner. nlna- to renlenish the aunnlv.
i-ive-mue, iree-ior-sji, nacoicapj uremer The new combination maehln rut only
tiMaxionai;, scraicn, urn, xousey ( a- concentrates th operations of a whole
tlonal), 85 second, second; Green (Stoddard- group of machines but it doe thlnsra that
Dayton), cratch, third. Time: 1:44:09. nav not heretofore been done by any
mn iVl1rsn A ft sate tVian ntimKswail nsxilavl
Mi-taiiirra -.-r nnniii'l vn mn iitvn I " ""-"-" "',-
bills hav been cut apart It gather these
nvle. nesnised Outsider. Wins bIll together right side up as skillfully
Cosmopolitan Handicap. , u ",urp U"-'y any norosji
T?T,T.Mf)VT park. N. T.. Mav 2a.-BrU.. mn uln " paase mem on w
ley. a despised outsider, at 12 to I in the tor th "ultimate oonenmer" it count themA
betting, easily won the Coamopolltan handl- and apportion them In packet of 100-
aomethtng that has heretofore Involved
cap at a mile and a sixteenth today. Th
victory was a great surprise. Shilling sent
persistent Advertising is th Road to Big
the Bedwell gelding- right to th front, manual labor.
taking a flv length lead early. In th Finally tha new combination maehln doe
tretoh Berkeley began to tire, but Shilling various things in innt half
kept th lead and managed to win by 1 7r tneM variou thing in Just about half
length from Arondack, an added starter, the tlm that ha heretofore been required
wiui riorum trura. Amnoia ana Liorante ror any on or these steps In money manu
theVa bRtluas", trainln thrtr ''" " factur. Th. trimming maehln not only
First 'race, four and a half furlong aavea half th number of operative re
straight: Textile (1 to 10) won, Ben Lo- quired for that port of th prooe, but
mono iJWD secono. iiim: wy. TWO without it the eomblnaiion mar-htn. would
Second race, seven furlongs: Bandrin U
to i won, tumpura uouri tu 10 w) aecond,
U. so. is vo v imra. lime:
Third race, four furlongs straight: Pick
annie (15 to 1) won, Frank Ruhslallor (3
to 1; secona, iys straw via to i) tmrd
Fourth race, on mil and a sixteenth -.
Berkeley (12 to 1) won, Arondack (23 to 1)
second, Norbett (7 to 1) third. Time: 1:45.
f ilm race, six luriongs
bo practically useless.
It Is expected that by July J. miO, th
national government will have expended
about 850,000 for an installstlon of fifteen
of the new combination machines and t-
000 for forty of tha new tyl trimmers, but
thla Investment will ba quickly returned,
for It 1 estimated that by the new process
Star Gowan ifil, AwAnnw M,.i,r.,,u moAn nnNslbla .by
to 2) won. Richard Reed (5 to 2) second, ,,... hi.. , K.nl wni effect r w
Acument (6 lo 1) third. Time: 1.14. tne,s Mw machine Uncle 8am will errect r n
Sixth race, flv furlong straight: Galley a saving In wage alone amounting to 3140,' f
Slave (6 to 1) won, Mexoana (2 to 6) second, 000 a year.
Gx:rg Lebolt (11 to U third. Tlma: 1:03. r-n.M,.Ki .h.n 1M employe and
King's Daaanter Wins. k. um-n h. ,
...null T rr. m. ot, . . I BUY Clll T llOCllllieS Win
las uxa vi juliivi, av juwjT 2a.-j.n0 feature, , ... ... , , ,,-.,,,.
In the running ot the fourtn race. Kin-, lutely and constitute a net gain. Moreover
Daughter, carrying la) pounds, won hand- the new machinery Installation will occupy
lly, with Meadow and Handzearetta fullow- but a fraction of the floor space of the
lug in the order named. Results: " . tnr Arnr,tinn .nrf re.
rlrst roe, six ruriongsj bugar Maid " , , , , ' ,
(straight. 17.50) won, Alice George (place, pair will be proportionately lens; there will
ID. 60) second, Betty Lester (show, 83) third, be a heavy saving In the amount of electri-
Time: 1:14. . nru,tir,n ,mi n,i..
(Second race, four and a half furlongs: w
inciaentai cvouuini,, vuhiwhuhi iu ei
total or really surprising magnitude.-,
Moody's Magazine. 1
Ueeppa (straight, 3147.10) won, Sir Dawn
(place, 31iU) second, lima (show, $350)
tuira. Aime: v.uii.
Third race, ono mile and a sixteenth
Gronbrldge (straight. $14) won. John Carroll
i place, amjj aeconu, W arner Urtawell (show.
ag..iui toiru. lime; ajk.
rourtn raoe, one mile:
Filth rac. four and a half fnrlnnua
Oriental Pearl (stralaht. 87.501 won. Now
Blar (place, $5.60) second. Molly Mog (show,
so.ovj tniio. lime: v:M.
nin race, selling, lor 4-year-old and up,
cne mil and a furlong: Mamie Alguli
(108, Koerner) won, Elfall (110, Griffin) ec
ord, Ben How (110, Glasner) third. Time:
Imported and domestic wines, brandies
and cordials. Old Taylor, Quckenhelmtf
a?. !ni: xKln"!a, Du5Mfr and Old McBrayr whiskies bottltd In boi.V
'BtVruw .20?' third! Co. Phone. ZCZ 7)
Loyal Order of Moos official emblems,
' Me ties I
Four cre on soutn slope, thres block
from th best car Una, on mil from post
office, five minutes' walk from Broadway;
1:64. Gllvedear, Oolcotida and Blr Catesby prlc. $5,200. Anyon wishing a ountr
aiso ran. com in tn olty Ohio Knox Co.. odpo-
Knvorlte i-oso at Oakland. I sit Grand Hotel.
OAKLAND. Cel.. May 28. Favorite fared
badly at Emeryville today. Sir Anaus Drov-1 charms, nine, a.n.4 K,..,r,. ., r rr.,rr.
A ' eaer WIJUIOT ot ins mile suu nil
eigntn event, while Kdwln T. Fryer, trie
second choice, beat Round and Round for
second money. Bellsntckitr fell In Mis first
race and Aftermath In th aecond. Montry
snd w. Cotton escaped Injury. Aftermath
was favorite. Rtsulta: -
First rsoe. six furlonss: Phi ltatlna ('.
to D won, Charles Gieea (4 to II setMind,
neieusion u 10 1) third, lime: 1:14.
niiooiul race, one mile and twenty yards
Trocha (6 to It won, Colbert (12 to 1) secotid
eel (6 to 1) third. Time: 1.41.
Third race, one mils and twenty yards
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Pearl St., Council Bluff, la Easy-
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