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TTTE BEE: OMAHA. WEDNESDAY, .TUNE 1, 1910.
Giants Take Measure of Phillies; Tigers Defeat Browns; Athletics, Champs, Drumrn eis Win
OM&HA LOSES TWO GAMES
Outplayed and Outbatted by the Iowa
' .' ' ' Bunch.
I ' ' '
EEEOES FEATURE OF EOURKES
Pitchers Are t liable to llol.l the
Prohibitionists Down and They
Han . Anar wltk the
DES MOINES, Is.. Mar 31.-(Special Tele
gramsBy consistent batting and brilliant
base running Des Moines defeated Omaha
In both (unci of the double header. The
scorei were 6 to 1 and It to &
McCafferty was. the victim In the first
tame and Sanders and Miller were pounded
hard In the aecond one. Owens pitched
great ball for Lea Molnea In the first,
while Cates was fairly good In the second.
For the first three Innings of the first
game the teams battled evenly. In the
fourth round Ds Moines bunched hrts and
scored two runs. In the fifth Inning Dei
Moines ran bases with Impunity on Gond
ing and three hits by Colllgan, Dwyer and
Nlehoff added four more runs. Omaha
cored one In the ninth. Bases on balls to
Fox and Hollenbeck and hits by Shotton
snd Corrldon scored Fox. In the second
game s single' by Corrlflon, followed by a
triple by Kane and. a ; single by Welch,
cored two runs for Omaha In the first In
ning. Fox's hit, followed by a stolen base,
s passed ball and S J wild pitch, scored an
other. Des Moines went one run Ahead In
the fifth. King let Mattlck's fly get away
tram Urn and three, men scofed; Dwyer
batted in the other. Omaha tied the score
In the sixth. Welch was. hit, was sacrificed
to aecond toy Schipke and scored on Cad
man's single. Then Omaha wenl to the
' front in tHe seventh, Bhotton singled, Cor
rldon walked and King sacrificed. Shotton
cored on a grounder to Cates, st whloh
be tried to get the fleet left fielder st home,
but failed. Welch, walked and Sclrlpke
cored Corrldon on " a aqueexe play. , But
Des Moines went ahead again In the sev
enth, getting four runs.
Colllgaa, Dwyer and Curtis all hit safely.
The latter's single went through Welch's
legs to the fence and Curtis came all the
way home. 'Three more were batted In In
the elghtwl four hits fcelhg made In succes
sion off Melter. Score:
' DKS MOINES,
. AU. R.
Totals ' . 80
6 7 27 12
Bhotton, If 4
Corrldon, as 4
King, cf 4
Weloh, rf . 4
Schipke, Sb 4 ,
Fox, 2b '
Gondlng, c 8
McCafferty, p 3
.Hollcnbeott ., ...,11,
Agnew ................ V
6 24 15
n.Hwl f -ClnnMnar In ninth.
'Batted for WoCaieity In, ninth.
Des Molwy. fl: 0 0 4 0 0 0 -t
Omaha Zi 0 .0 .0 0 0 n-1
Base' fcn balls: Off Owetta, ; off Mo
Caffetty, 7. Paused ball: Hawktne.
Struck out: By Owens, Stolen basea:
Nlehoff (8), DultOn, Onlllgan; Dwyer, bao
riflce hits: Owens. Time: 2:00. Umpire:
Mullen. Attendance, 600.
Score, second gamei
i tKS MOINES. ,
- - AB. K. H. O.
Dalton, rf... 6 1 2 1
Colllgan, 20.... 4
Mattick, cf.... 4
Dwyer. in. ............. a
NkdioXf, .,. 4
I f9..: X .
Curtis, if. ...... 6 1 1 0
Hawkins, o...,. 8 i 0 0
CaljBs, p... 4 . - 3
totals .,.'.. 38: 11 ' 16
; ' " OMAHA. '.
V. ' . AB. TL
. VL4 .....A i
Katie, lb...., 4
Welch, rf. x 1
Bchlpke, b.,.,..-,w'... I 0
Cadman, q.......,.i 4 0
4 0 4
Totals' ..... :32 6
Des Molntsa.. 0' 0 0 0
Omaha .a,.,. 8 10 0
o e i
Ttvo-base" hit. Mattock. Three-base hit:
Kane.: ktufces on;bSih): Off Gates, 6; off
Baridera, ..li- off Melter, 1. Passed ball:
Hawkins. WUd pitch: Cates. Struck out:
By Cates. 6; py Sanders, 2; by Melter, 2.
rUolen '..basesK Fox. Corrldon. . rlhotton.
Kane. DoMble play: Corrldon to Fox.
Sacrifice hits: Hawkins, King, Schipke.
Tinie " SttlS. Attendance: 700. Umpire:
loax CItr VssM to Do m Tain with
i Llaeola Pitcher.
SIOUX CITY. Ia.. May Sl.-Sloux City
could do nothing - with Farthing's curves
today and Lincoln won. The local pitchers
were easy for the visitors, bcore:
AB. R. II. O. A. E.
Qulllln, 3b 6 0 0 1 1
Andreas, 2b 4 1 1 3 3
Neighbors, of....;..,.. 40 1 3,0
Hart man, ss.... 4 1 8 0S
Fenlon, rf 4 0 110
Stem, lb 4 0 1 14 1
Welch, If 3 0 0 1 0
Miller, o 4 0 0 6 0
Alderman, p... 1 0.0 11
Burnett, p 1 0 0 0 3
Towoe 1 0 0 0 0
Gagnlee,- aa 6
Cobbvcf.... .......... 4
Coiknmm 8b 6
Caldron,' rf 6
Tbutnas, 'lb...., 8
Wledensaui, 2b. &
Clark, c.. 4
Farthlngy. p, t
16 15 27
Batted" for Burnett tn tilnth.
Bioux City,. .3 0 0 0 0 0 0
Lincoln 4 0 S 3 0 1 8
Stolen bases: Cockman. Thomas, Wleden
saui l3), Uagnler (i, Cobb. Two-base hits:
Wledensaui, Cobb, Cockman (2). Sacrifice
hit: Clark. Double plays: Wledensaui to
Uafinler, Hartman to Andreas- to Stem.
Hits: - Off -Alserman, 4 la three Innings;
off Burnett. 11 In six Innings. Struck out:
by Alderman, 3; by Burnett, 1; by Farth
ing, 18. -&eea on balls; Oft Alderman, 4;
oil .Uuraett, 6; oft Farthing, 4. Hit by
pitched blH By Farthing, 1. Time; 2:10.
Lnilre: -Spencer. Attendancs: OuD. , .
HtNCHED MIT WIN rOR T. JOE
Topeaa Jlakee a Rallr la tao Seventh,
r . ant Too Late.
ST. jdsTSPH, Mo.. Mar 81.-St Joseph
bunched hits In the fifth Inning today and
while the Topekas made s desperate effort
tn the seventh to overcome tbe lead they
wore unabl to hold out. Scor:
AB. R. II. O. A. E.
,.. 5 0 0 0 0,0
,.. 4 0 0 3 6' 1
.. 4 0 0 12 0 1
... 4 t S 1 1
...3 .1 0 I 3 S . 0
.. 4 0 0 0 3 1
... 4 3 1 3 3 0
,..10 11 4 0
. . i .
mi uuiry, va. ..........
Hellly, " SS
Kaufman, ' p
Standing of the Teams
WF..T. LEAGUE. NAT. LEAGUE.
St. Joseph... 18 14. .MS Chicago It 12 .647
Iienver IK 17 .RWNew fork. ...23 14 .K2
Wichita 19 17 Pittsburg ...IS 15 .M
Slnux City. ...17 1 .Dlil Cincinnati ..18 1
Lincoln 17 17 .5fl St. Louis 1H 20 .4T4
Omaha IB 19 413 Brooklyn ...14 22 .411
ropeka 13 17 .4':Phll1lphie ..13 20 .84
Des Moines.. 17 1 .472. Boston 14 23 .378
A M EH. LEAGUE. AMERICAN AFS'N.
Phllednlphla 25 .73V Minneapolis 29 IS .6i
New York. ...23 10 .(7St. Paul 2H IS M
Detroit 21 14 .5 0 Toledo 20 17 .806
Boston 19 lfl .MX'Colummis ....W ii .b
Clpveland ...14 11 .4.1m Indianapolis 19 24 .442
Washington 16 22 .4211 Milwaukee ..15 27 .S."7
Chicago 11 20 .X& Uiulsvllle ...1 2 .34
St. Louis 7 23 .200 Kansas City. .15 23 . 35
Won. Lost. Pet.
Fremont 3 ."50
Grand Inland S 4 .6CT
Columbus 7, 4 ,.3'J
Haotlngs 6 7 .417
Superior 5 7 .417
Red Cloud 4 ' .400
Upward 7 .34
Kearnr-y ...... 4 8 . 333
WESTERN LEAGUE. .
Omaha. (I; Des Molnfs. IL Second game,
Omaha, 1; Des Moines, (.
Lincoln, 15; Sioux City 2.
St. Joseph, 7: Topeka, 4.
Wichita, 8; Denver, 6.
Nebraska City, 7; Marysvlllo, 1.
Superior1, 8; Grand Islanrl, L ,
Kearney, 7; Seward, U.
Fremont, 1; Hastings. 3. ,
Philadelphia, 0; TViston, I. Second game,
Philadelphia. 4; Boston, 2. '
Washington, 1; New VorK, 5.
. Cleveland-Chicago, postponed. , i
Detroit, 3; St. Louis, 1. t '
New York, 4; Philadelphia, 2,
Boston, 1; Brooklyn, 4. , -i
PlttSBtirg-Clnclnnatl, postponed. .
Mllwaiikeej 1; Indianapolis. 0 i
. Toledo-Kansas City, postponed. " '
. . .. Today's , Ciamen,
' Western League Lincoln at Sioux City,
Omaha st Dps Moines. - . . .
National League Chicago at Boston, St.
Louis at Philadelphia.
American League Washington at Cleve
land. Philadelphia at Detroit. .
American Association Milwaukee at In
dianapolis, Kansaa City at Toledo Min
neapolis at Louisville, St. Paul at Colum
bus. Nebraska State League Hastings at
Kearney, Superior at Ued Cloud, Grand
Island at Columbus. Reward at Fremont.
Mink League Nebraska City at Maiys
villa. Falls City at Shenandoah. Auburn at
Kerns 1 0 0 0 0 0
.Totals Stt 4 6 24 1 4
AB. U. II. O. A. E.
Powell, If S 1110 1
Ba,uer, rf ,'4 0 2 '2 0 0
McChesney, cf 4 1 2 2 0 0
Jones, 2b S 1 1 0 4 0
Clark, lb 2 0 0 15 0 2
Corhan, . ss. ........... 4 0 0 3 T 1
McNeill, 8b S 0 0 0 3 1
Wolfe, c 3 2 1 4 1 0
Johnson, p 5 2 2 0 8 0
fe amm '
Totals ..............29 7 9 27 18 6
Batted for Kaufman in ninth.
Topeka 0 0 0 0 0 0 S 0 14
St. Joseph 0 0 1 0 B 1 0 0 7
Three-base hit: Bauer. Struck out: By
Johnson, 3; by Kaufman, 3. Base on balls;
Off Kaufman, 4. Hit by pitched ball: By
Johnson, 1; by Kaufman, 1. Double plays:
Kunkle to Kahl to Landreth, Kunkle to
Rellly to Landreth. .Time: 1:46.. Umpire:
Clark. .. , i - . . . ' 7'
;iOSB-w' TO 7. WICHITA
Keeps Rlarht on' fin
DENVER, May Sl.-Wlchlta took rhe last
aamo of .the series frntn t)anver todav.
to 6. Jarnigan hild Denver to ona scratch
hit for seven innings, but slowed ut In the
eight n ana nintn. H, H. m.
W'ichlta 0 2 4 0 1 0 0 1 1-4 11 0
Denver 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 3 8 3
Batteries: Jarnigan and Shaw; Ham
mond, Ehman and Weaver. Umpire:- Has-
in High Wind
Weather: Hurts '' Game Superior
Bunches Hastings Trims Fremont
I ; ""Nebraska City Wins.
i j 1 ' ' " ' ' '
KEARNEY, Neb., . May 8t-(Speclil Tere-
graha.) The . high . wind and . dust - made
somewhat of a ragged game at eKarney
today, but the home team's winning streak
did not leave It. The score was T to 6.
Ward made a home -run -in the fourth, sod
.Magerkurth, a new outfielder, ma,r
three-bagger and got homer pn a passed
ball In the eighth. Noyes pitched for
Kearney and fanned three straight.. Urn
pire Brillman put Neff, Seward's catcher,
out of the gams for questioning- decisions.
Score: . R.H.E
Kearney ........0 0 0 2 S 0 0 2 7- 0 ;
Seward 1 0 2 0 0 1 3 0 0 1 i
GRAND ISLAND, Neb., May 81. (Special
xeiegram.i superior . tnree hits - were
bunched In one inning. Murray otherwise
having the better of the twirling. - The
game was snappy throughout. Store:
. ... i.R-H.E,
superior o 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 08 3
Grand Island. ...0 0 0 0, 0 0. 0 0 00 i :
HASTINGS, Neb., May 31. (Special Tele
gram.) wataort and' Waldron starred In
today's game, the former making a sensa
tlonal one-hand catch at second and bring
ing In two of Hastings runs with safe
hue. Score: Rrf.B.
x' i ciiiuu i ...v u v u V v I U O I 4
Hastings 0 0 0 0 1 01 1 I
Batteries: Hastings, Waldroh, and Wajly
r i tujgm, nariman ana ttonqer. ' ' '
FARRELI.8 AHE TWICE ' VICTdBS
Syrnp Makers Take Games froaa lia-
derwood, la., and Scrlbnera,
The Farrell Syrup team added a viotory
over Underwood la, to the season's string
Of calps on Decoration day. by -a score of
o 10 a. nig uennett for Underwood iiltehed
mo tmim unaer aisiinct atsadvsntage,
-Hue rniBm mrew a gooa gamo. urui)
IT i . .-. , , nl.vl ... 1 1 t .k- . Ji 1 I '
Du... . nun iu me oumeiu.
Th score: , . . , . . '
rARRELX, SVRL'Pa. I IlKnrttwivin
i usnian, n a i v e u Hanmyty, If. 4 I I 0
Bulllran. If. 4 1 0 0 01 Ryan, lb..., 4 10 1
D. Kandy, at 3 14 1 0(0. BemMtt. ,p 4 1 1 1
P. Ken'y. lb t 1 1 4 0Wlinuut, lb. 4 1 ' 0 2
fhllbln, lb..t 11111 ban'tt, lb 4 40
Woodruff, as t 1 0 I 1 Raw, 4 j 11
oruntrai, ci a I I V w Towtvaetid. aa 4 4 4
V"'l"7, id. a i s v uarruar, cf ., 4 110
Prubat, p.... 4 1(8 0 Yoobum, rt.,,4 4 t 0
ToUla....4S II 17 11 t
Totals. .,..ie TT7
ie T tt 19
Farrell 1 A
Underwood 0 0
Umpire: Frank Qulgley of Omaha.
The Farrells defeated the Scrthners on
ounaay oy a scor ot s to i, ' '
Nebraska t'lty Beats Masrvfllo.
MaRTIVLLK; Mo., May . 31.-(8pecUl
j ioBriu. ntorsaat nty defeated Mary
vtile here today I to 1 Collier for Ne
braska lltjr pitched great bolt and got out
ui iftmu iiuiii wiin excepiionai sxili. sioor
Nebraska City . ,0 3 0 0 6 1 0 1...
R. H. E.
Nebraska City .0 t 2 0 0 1 8-7 10 1
otaryvuie 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 3
Battertea: Nebraska City, V, 47ollIer and
.Waller; Maryvllle. Hobson, Gardner and
Americana Beat DenlaySn.
, DENIS"N, Ja.. May Sl.-'(SpecUl Tele
gram.; loe umana Americana and Den
son played h yeaiterday, . enillitsT In
a score of T to 4 In favor of the A inert
vans. 1 he Omaha team made four tn th
first Inning and could not be overcome by
me loctu team. tmiienea: Aniertcan
Kemp and Hachtan; Denlaoa, .. Faal aad
rreed. L i.iplre; Dr. Kemp.
NEW MAN IN BROORLTN BOX
Pitcher Knetzer it Tried Out and
Quickly Makes Good.
TOUCHED UP FOB BUT SIX HITS
Trolley Dodgers Boneh Their
tins' snd in an Easy tisane
Easily Defeat Beaton
BROOKLYN, May 81. Brooklyn tried out
Pitcher Kneatner today and he made good.
Boston went down, 4 to 1. He allowed
only six hits and two pass's, one of the
latter, followed by Beck's double, scoring
the only run for the visitors. Brooklyn
bunched bits off Mattern In the third and
Burch, rf I 9 0 "Collin.. It
.4 0 0 0 0
1 1 1
1 II 0
Liaiibert, lb.. I
Whaat, It I
llummal, 2b. . I
Lennox, 3b... 4
Liavidaon, cf. 4
T. Smith, aa. I
ft ftO ft
8 t 1
0 0 4
UH. Smith, o
0 Mattern, p.
0 0 0
Krwm, c I
Knetier, p... I
"Uranara . .
Totals a j i ft
ToUU 12 4 14 It 1
Batted for Mattern In ninth.
Boston ....i 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 01
rooklyn 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 4
Left on bases: Boston,- 5; Brooklyn, 6.
wu-basu hit: Berk. Three-base hit:
Wheat. Sacrifice hit: Burch. First base
on error: Boston, 1. Double plays: Wheat
to T. Smith to Daubert; Lonnox to Daubert
to Lennox. First base on balls: Off Mat-
tern, 3; off Knetzer, 2. Struck out: By
Mattern, ; by Knetxer, 4. Hits: Off Mat
tern, ( In seven innings; off Parsons, 1 in
one Inning. Umpires: O'Day and Brennan.
New Yorlc Escapes a Shotoot.
PHILADELPHIA.. May 20.-Phlladelphla
put up a very poor exhibition against New
York today and lost. 4 to i. me nome
team escaped a shutout when Grant hit to
the olub house for s home run, also scoring
NEW YORK. PHILADELPHIA.
Deter, rf.... 4 110 OBatas. of 1 0 0 0 0
Doyle, lb t lit 0 Flaherty, cf. I
Klatchar, lb.. 0 0 0 OKnaoe, lb.... 4
Murray, It.... 10 10 OQrant, lb 4
armour, cf.. t 0 I 0 OMaxea, it.... 4
Brlowall, as.: 4 0 t 4 OBr'neflald, lei
Damn, lb.... 2 0 10 QWalsh, It.... 4
Snodgraas, lb t t t 1 "ODoolan, as.... 4
Wllaon, ....! 1 4 o ODooln, o 4
Raymond, p.. 4 9 1 l V Brennan, p
0 0 0
Totala IS I 87 0Ward
1 0 0 0 0
1 0 0 0 0
14 10 17 17 i
Batted for Bates In third.
Batted for Moore In seventh.
New York .....0 1 0, 0 0 1 1 1 04
Philadelphia '....0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0-2
Two-base hit: Magee. Three-base hit:
Snodgrass. Home run: Grant. Hits: Off
Moore, 6 in seven Innings; off Brennan, 1
n two innings. Left on bases: iew torn.
Phi adelDh a. 6. Bases on palls: Oil
Raymond. 1: off Moor. 8: off Brennan, 1.
Struck out: By Raymond, 4; by Moore, 6;
by Brennan, 2. Time: 2:02. Umpires:
ohnstone ana Moran.
RESULTS IN THUEE-I LEAGUE
Honors Are Easy. AU Games Being;
Divided .Between tbe Teams.
BLOOMINQTON. 111.. May 31. Bloom-
ington snd Springfield spilt a double-
header in which nearly every nit was
startling. Score, first game: R. H. E.
Kloomlngton 000000O1 o l 0 u
Springfield ... 000020000-3 9 0
Batterles:Laudermillt and Johnson: Hig-
glra and Nunamaker.
Score, -second garnet' R. H. E.
Bloomtrigton ........ 0 3 1 0 1 0 1 0 - S 0
Springfield ...008001001-6 ,8 ,S
Batteries: Schmirler and Johnson r Humes
PEORIA. IU... May O. Peoria and Dan
ville broke even today. Both games were
slow .and featureless. Score, first game:
R. H. E.
Peoria 40008001-8 10 3
Danville 010001200 4 6 2
Batteries: Ovlts and Asmuasen: attorney
Score, second game: R. H. E.
Danville 10410000 0-ti 8 0
Peoria 10010000 0-2 6 1
Batteries: Cook and Asmusseni Oucrney
ROCK ISLAND. 111.. May SI. Rock
Island won the first game with a batting
rally, but could do nothing with smttn in
the second. Score, first game: R. H. E.
Rock Island 000000032 1-0 12 7
Davenport 0100012100-6 4 3
Batteries: Cavet. Couchman ' and Jacob-
son; Dlave, Archer and Coveney.
Score, second game: R. H. E.
Rook Island.... 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 4 4
Davenport 010 0 0 0 0 0 01 4 3
Battering; Couchman and Jacobson:
Smith and Waters.
DUBUUE, la., Msy 31. Benson, an
amateur, was largely responsible lor
Waterloo s first victory. Learo. s iripie
with bases filled won the second game.
Soore. first game: R. H. E.
Dubuque 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 01 4 1
Waterloo 0 13 0 0 0 10 0-6 4 1
Batteries: Faber and Benson: Chapman
Score. Second game: R- H. E.
Dubuque 0 0 10 2 00 003 9 3
Waterloo' 010000040-6 7 3
Batteries: Fearrlas. Glass and Latimer:
Mctieo, Clauson, Patton and Searles.
HOLLY 9 WIN AT . PL ATTI MOUTH
Eight Innlns Played, with a Seore
of Eight to Five.
In a fast game at Plattsmouth Monday
afternoon the Hollys defeated the Platts
mouth team by the soore ot 8 to 6. The
game was. called at the end ot the eighth
Inning to allow the i-iouys to eaten tne
train. The features were the fine pitching
of MoCreary and the all-around team work
of the Hollys. Kelly making a oouple of
spectacular stops and throws and Falconer's
heavy hitting, finurauutn piayea a gooa
game, but their errors came at critical
times. The score: '
HOLLYS. PLATTSMOUTH. '
Falconar, tt. 4
1 OBiat, et I
Kali)', lb 4
Olllham, lb.. I
4 ODraaga, aa... . 4
t 0FltairaJa, lb 4
1 OMcCaular, lb. I
3 OMaaor If
0 1 Harold! lb.... I
0 4 Bart wall, ... 4
1 .OKellr, rt. I
0 OMann, s I
McAnii'ws, aa I
Mt.Oraa.rr, p.. 4
Drummy, lb. 4
Braaaman, It. I
Millar, a. 4
Hlckar, rf.... I
Totals 16 UU 10 1 ToUla II ItHU I
Runner out, hit by pitched ball.
Two-base hits: Falconer (2). Kelly, Mo
Creary, Miller (2, Droegu. Fllxgerald,
l earns, sacrifice nits: iveiiy, uresman.
Hit by pitched ball:. Kelly, Bard well. Bases
on balls: Off Mccreary, i; oil Barnwell, z.
Struck out: By JdcCresry, ; by .bard-
well, 6. .
Milwaukee 'Shots Oot Indianapolis.
INDIANAPOLIS, May SI. Milwaukee de
feated Indianapolis today in a pitchers
battle between McOlynn and Hardgrove, 1
to 0. A pass, a sacrifice, an out and a
bunt In the. fourth inning scored the only
run of the game. MaGlynn held the locals
to lour hltt,. eoore:
A8.H O A AB.H.O.A.E
Itanaall, cf.., 4 4 10 ODalahanty.
Clark, lb 4.0,1 I CLawla, aa.
Barratt, If.... I 110 OHartfan, rf.,,4
Mouatin, Oil 0 0Crr. lb I
Braau. is 4 0 14 OMurcti, lb ... I
McCoim's, lb 4 I I I Ofpanrar, cf... 1
Ban-?, rt I 1 0' 0 iwtlllama, lb. 8
Ludwlf. a.... 4 1 lit 0MIIIIan. lb.. I
MaOljrnn. a.. I 0 I OHlatlna, a.... I
Totala II T H 14
Total M 4 IT 16
Milwaukee 00010000 01
Indianapolis 000000 0-0
Two-base hit: ' Randall. Double plays
Breen to McOann, Mllltgan to Carr. Stolen
base: Murch. Hit by pitched ball: McOann.
Sacrifice hits: Rpenoer, MoUann. Bates
on balls; Off McOlynn, 6; off Hardgroce,
2. Time: 1:60. Umpires: Owens anjl Cusack
Clerk leeirti by field flab.
The Omaha Field club has secured the
services of Ooir Professional Clark or Call
fornla to fill the vacancy caused by the
resignation or Oeorge Dow. Clark Is oris
Inally from Australia, and In addition to
being an Instructor is an expert eiuD maker.
As soon as ha arrives in tne city he win
take chargs at the Field club.
The Key to the Situation Bee Want Ada
Colored Fighter Play to Capacity
House During Briny Stunts
Jeffries Takes Day Off.
SAN FUANCIICO, May Memorial day
was a big event at the Johnson camp and
the colored champion played to a capacity
house lrt the afternoon when he went
through his usual boxing stunts.
Johnson weighed less today than at any
other time since his arrival here. Before
he stepped on the scales he said he thought
ha was down pretty light and this was
proven when he registered 216 pounds. John
son's work consisted of eight rounds of
boxing. His best performance was tour
rounds with George Cotton. He followed
that up with three rounds with Marty Cut
ler, who begged off from further exercising,
and then finished up with one round with
BE NLOMOND, Cal., May 31. Jim Jef
fries spent Memorial day casting for trout
on the San Lorenzo river, some miles above
hia training camp.
The excessive heat caused the fighter to
leave his camp early In the day to seek
recreation along the river. He was accom
panied by Tex Rlckard and Jack Tooley.
The camp, however, was aroused to life
by the appearance of James J, Corbett, a
former champion heavyweight, who is to
assist In getting Jeffries into proper form
to meet Jphnson, Corbett slipped Into camp
unannounced and Immediately went to work
In the gymnasium to "limber up" and try
himself out at some preliminary stunts.
The ex-champien elicited much favorable
comment from the trainers who watohed
him at work for hia strength, agility and
Go to Smash in
Sheppard and Myers Set a New Mark
for the Foot Racers to Go
, NEW YORK. May 31. Three world'a rec
ords were broken In the annual outdoor
games ot the Irish-American Athletic club
at Celtic park yesterday. Melvtn Sheppard
ran 660 yards In 1:25 and 700 yards In
1:26. Sheppard'a new figures for the 660
yard run surpassed Lon Myers' record
made In 1892 by three-fifths of a seoond,
while his time- for the 700 yards was a sim
ilar margin faster than the mark made by
Emlllo Lunghl last year. Sheppard de
feated such fast men as Abel Klviat, R. J.
Egan and W. C. Robbing. "Tex" Ramsdell,
the new intercollegiate 100-yard champion
equaled the record for the 126-yard daBh by
covering the distance in :12, breaking the
tape two feet in front ot "Bobble" Cloug
han. The other reoord "breaker was "Dan"
Ahearne, whose effort of 49 feet, 7 inches
In the running hopn,sjep and Jump added
1 foot, 1 Inches to tire otd mark.
McFarland flas ?
Best of the Mill
With Fred Welsh
Chicago Lad Puts the English, Light
weight to the Bad in Twenty-
LONDON, Eng., May 81. "Packey" Mc
Farland of Chicago and Fred Welsh, tne
British lightweight champion, last night a
twenty-round draw before the National
Sporting club.. The fight was for a purse
of $6,000 and a side bet of $1,000. .
McFarland had much the better of the
bout. He led all the way, knocking his
opponent against the ropes repeatedly and
forcing the fight in every round.
The verdict of the referee was received
with much 'hostility, Welsh was the favor
ite at the opening of the contest at 7 to 4,
but before the fight was half over the
sympathy of the crowd was with tbe Ameri
NORDSTROM CARRIES OFF PRIZE
Takes Low Handicap Score tn Quali
fying: Round at Hollow.
The prise for the low handicap score In
the Qualifying round in the Happy Hollow
swatfest Monday was won by O. A. Nord
strom. His gross score was 96, with a
handicap of 6, which made his winning
score btf. The final hole In the match waa
played to a tie by W. E. bharer and A. U.
Elllck. On putting off the tie Shafer won.
Those qualifying tor tne swatiest are:
Q. A. Nordatrom, F. H. Hall, J. T. Bartlett,
A. O. Elllck, James A. Austin, R. W. Hay-
ward. B. w. Tandy, f red K. uaira, A. L
Crelgh, H. E.'Burnam, R. L. Montgomery,
W. E. Sharer ana m. sturaevant.
GGOHtiC WILEY. GOES FAST CLIP
Twenty-Five Miles Covered In Leas
Than Thirty-Eight Mlnntes.
REVERE. Mass., May 81. Oeorge Wiley
ot vy recuse, in. 1 ., won me iwemy-n ve
nule motor paced race at tne rievere cycle
track today In 27 minutes 4 seconds. The
special mixed match race between Pat
Logan. Boston, and Saxon Williams. Salt
Lake City, resulted as follows:
Logan won the haif-mue, wiiuams tne
pursuit race and Logan the final half-mile,
The rive-mtie open amateur race was won
by Phil Wright ot Salt Lake City in U
minutes do seconds.
Ilanocoin Parks Tamo Eaatles.
The Hanscom Parks added another game
to their long list by defeating tne Benson
Eagles tn a good game by the score ot 10
to 6. Hawkins, for the Parks, pitched In
great form, striking out ten men. Ed. Bo
gatts and Pete Hawkins each rapped the
ball over the fence . for home runs. The
Parks' whole team had their batting rags
oni each one getting one or more safe
drives. The score:
Hanscom Parks.. 008 9 0400 010
Benson Eagles 00000820 04
Batteries, Hawkins and Bogatts, . Ben
son Eagles, Peterson, Zerkmeister and
Coach. Struck out: By Hawkina, 10; by
Peterson, 6; by Zeckmelster, 8. Home runs,
Hawkins, Bogatts. Hit by pitched ball:
By Peterson, 1; by Hawkins, 1. Bases on
balls: Off Hawkins, 1; oft Peterson, 8.
Umpire: A. Meyers Scorekeepers: A.
Crander and J. Carnaby.
Baslnese Men Play Ball.
CRAIG, NEB., May 81. (Special.) The
east aide business men tied the west side
business men Monday st a game of base
ball, winning by the score of 9 to 8. It was
anyone's game .until the last batter was
out and kept the erowd on edge from start
to finish. Errors were numerous on both
sides and hitting fairly active, but, at the
same time, the spectators many times aaw
spectacular and rtarry plays. The batteries
were as follows: East Side Marnel and
Adams; West Side Plummer and Thurber.
Umpire Dr. Crumbaugii. Time 1:4&.
Atlantic Greys Win.
' ATLANTIC, la.. May 80. (Speclal.)-The
Atlantlo Merchants Greys defeated the
Council Bluffs Invlnclblea yesterday. 7 to .
Batteries: Atlantic. Dahlberg, White and
Kunshrnburg; lntlnelbles, Colburn, Peter
Bun and Smith. lilts: Atlantic, U: In
vincible. 8. Ernrs'. Atlantic, 8; Invlnclblcs,
L Umpire: Franklin.
NEW YORK BEATS SENATORS
Washington Loses Three Out of Four
in Present Series.
QUTNN DOES STAR W0SK IN GAME
tbe Game with a Triple
the Seventh, Brlaalng
Homo Two of the
NEW TORK, May 81. New York made
It three out of four from Washington to
day by a score of 6 to 1, Pitcher Qulnn
registering his fourth victory of the year
over the visitors. Qulnn practically won
his own game, tripling In the seventh when
the score was tied, bringing in two runs.
A B H O A K.
Htmphlll, of. I
Woliar, rt.,.. I
Chaac, lb.... 4
Laporta, lb. ,. 4
Koach, aa. ... 4
C'r, If I
Atiatln, lb... I
Swaeviey, o. . I
Qulnn, p I
Touts SO I 27 14 1 Totala M 4 14 II 8
Washington 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01
New York 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 2 '-6
Three-base hits: Cree. Qulnn. Sacrifice
hit : Austin. Sacrifice fly: Cree. Stolen
bases: L'nglaub, Sweeney, Chase, Laporte.
Left on banes: Washington. 8: New York.
6. First base on errors: Washington, 1;
New York, 2. Double plays: Laporte to
Koach to Chase; KHIIfer to Mcitrlde to
Uunlaub. Struck out: By Johnson, 4; by
Qulnn, 6. First base on balls: Off John
son, 2; off Qulnn, 8. Wild pitches: John
son, 2. Time: 1:40. Umpires: OLouirhlln
ST. LOUIS. May 81. Detroit. In less than
one and a half hours today won the fourth
straight game and the series from St.
Louis by a score of 8 te 1. Score:
Batted for Hoffman In ninth.
DETROIT. IT. LOUIS.
AB.H.O.A.E. An.M.ri.A n
V. Jonas, If.. 4 110 OStona, If 110 0 0
Buih, aa. 1
4 0H.rti.il, lb.. 4 0 I 1 0
0 OWallaca, aa... 4 0 14 0
0 OOrtsca. lb.... 10 4 4 1
Cobb, cf 4
Crawfore, rt. 4
Dclahantr, lb 4
Morlarltr, lb. I
I ONswman, lb.. 4 1 11 I 0
OSonwaltaar, rf I 1 0 0
0 1 Hoffman, cf.. I I 1 0 0
T. Jonas, lb.. 4 0 II
Schmidt, t... 110
1 OKIIIlfar, 0.... I 0 a I 0
Fenwll, p.... I
I OPalty, p I 1 i I
M I IT 81 1
aori i a a a
Totala II I 27 10 1
St. Louis 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11
Detroit 1 02000000-8
Two-base hit: Stone. Three-base hit:
Nenam. Sacrifice hits: Bush, Pernoll, Mor
larty. Stolen bases: Cobb (2). Hit by
pitched ball: By Peltv. Bush, bv Pernoll.
Schweitzer. Bases on balls: Off Peltv. 1: off
i-ernoii, u. Btruck out: By pelty. 3. Left on
bases: Detroit, 4; St. Louis, & Time: 1:20.
Umpires: Dlnsen and Connolly.
Even Break at Philadelphia.
BOSTON. May 81. Philadelphia took th.
series, three games to two, getting an even
break today by wlnnlg the secoua game of
uuuuie-nnaaer. t io t. arier Honton nail
been victorious in the first nma 1 tn n
Thomas had his thumb broken, being the
loi'rin x-nuaaeipnia player to be Injured
In the series here. The othera wero Maker
vmiiiiK aim .uurpny. acore, iirsi game:
-una out wnen winning run ecored.
Beaton 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11
Philadelphia 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
cacruice nits: Hartaell, Rath, Gardner.
Left on bases: PhllniielnhiR fi: Rnatnn R
Base on balls: Off Moraran. 7: off f:ollln
a , i . , . . ' . . '
a. duih oii errors: jsosion. l. Mructf out
ay coiuns, 8; by Morgan, 5. Time: 1:45,
Umpires: Kerln and Sheridan.
Score, seoond game:
Batted for Arellanasln th fifth
Philadelphia 0 0 0 0 8 24
Boston 0 0 0 1 0 12
uame called by agreement to allow Phil
a delphla to catch a train.
t wo-Dane hits: Wagner. Stahl. Home
run; Stahtt Hits: Off Arellanes, In five
innings. Sacrlfioe hit: Carrigan. Left on
bases: Philadelphia, 6; Boston, 6. 'Base on
bails: Off Bender, 2; off Arellanes, 8; off
Hall.l. Struck out: Bv Bender. -2: bv
Arellanes, 1. Time: 1:30. Umpires:, Kerln
REGATTA HONORS DIVIDED
Intense Interest Taken in Harlem
NEW YORK, May 3L Honors were di
vided In the forty-fourth annual regatta of
the Harlem Regatta association today. Two
easy races were the seior fours, won by
the Arundel Rowing club of Baltimore,
against Malta Rowing club of Philadelphia,
and the i-enlor doubles, won by Feussel and
Khepphwrd, Harlenx Rowing club, New
York, the champions in their classes,
against Stoll and Parke of the . Arundel
Rowing club of Baltimore. The course was
one and one-quarter miles on the Harlem
Capitol Pool Tourney,
Monday evening at the Capitol pool tour
nament Riley beat Frallck. 100 to H2. Ruth
players played good pool, while Riley made
me nigneai run oi nineteen balls. The
Tuesday evening game . will be between
Owens and Riley, who are about evenly
Rlley-1. 1, 4. 18. 7, U. 1, 0. IS. S, 0, 19,
3, 4. 0, 8101. Total, 100.
Frallok-10, 1. 6, 1, 7, 7. 14, t, 1, 4, 17,
2, 4, 1. . Total, 82.
Bcratohes: Riley, 1. High runs: Riley.
19, 15. 18; Frallck, 14, 10, 7. Referee: Bun
Riley v 4
Roffners Defeat Antlers.
The Rufners defeated the Buck Antlers
by the soore ot 16 to 2. Anderson of the
Ruffners was the star with the stick, get
ting two three-baggers with the bases full.
Hollander, the Ruffners' pltoher, was in
vincible. The score:
Ruffners 0 8 2 0 0 0 8 0 215
Buck Antlers 00001001 02
Batteries, Ruffners, Hollander and Wanek;
Buck Antlers, Ross, Klndell and Collans.
Memphis Ret erne Johnson.
MEMPHIS, Tenn., May 81. Pitcher Ran
dln Johnson, secured from the St. Louis
Nationals and who has been under trial by
the local team, has been returned to St.
Louis, It was announced today.
The T. M. Rosgalls defeated the Inde
pendent Ramblers Monday, by a score of
12 to 8. The Rosgalls fielded a good game.
The T. M. Rozgalla would like to hear
from any team around 1 years of age that
would like to meet them. Games may be
arranged by calling William Conlay, or
'phone South 1371. This team has challenged
the Dreshers of Oman a or a game to be
played at Duffy's park at any time.
Wreath for Powers' Grave.
IWISVILLR. Ky.. May Sl.-At the re
quest of the Philadelphia American league
bsse ball club a wreath was todsy placed
on the grave of Mike Powers, the catcher,
who Is burled In a Louisville cemetery.
The observance will bo followed each
Memorial day hereafter.
Seventh Rearlment Wins at Tennis.
WEST POINT, N. Y., May 81. The lawn
tennis team of the Seventh regiment of
New York City today won all of their
matches here, defeating the West Point
team three matches and an unfinished
match In singles and two doubles.
Collasa Bam Ball.
At Vermilion, H. D. South Dakota, ;
Murnlngslde (Sioux City), 2.
Tarjteatlne and float.
SAVANNAH. Oa . May 81. OIL-Turpen-tlne,
quiet at 674Q6Ao; sales, none; receipts,
1114 bbls.; shljii.enu, 14 Obbls.; stock, 45.291
ROSEN Firm; tales. 2.874 bbls ; receipts,
t bbls.; shipments, 1.S7R bbls.: stock,
4ft.ll bbls. Quote: R, 14 OftfM 10; D, 84 .Wd
4 45; K. 84 7Mi4 80; F, HW'tflW; O. 4.1a
8 00; H, S8.0Otjri.OR: I. 85.0OJifi 10; K. 8S 1R; M,
86.25; N, 85.40; WQ, 86.70ft5.80; WW, 86.1(1.
Oils and Itosln.
OIL CITY, Pa.. May Sl.-OIL-Credlt bal
ances, 8186; runs, lH6.fc9 Mils ; average,
141. MS bbls.; shipments, 4U6.U& bbls.; aver
age, 170.720 bbls.
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Win Two Victories
Over Harvard Men
Regular Varsity Crew Makes a Good
Showing, While Freshmen Out
class Their Opponents.
BOSTON, Mass., May 31.-Slxteen strong.
armed Cornell oarsmen swept Clmrles river
today, the varsity crew defeating Harvard
In a beautiful length, while the freshmen
completely outclassed the crimson eight,
winning by six lengths.
It was Cornell's short, choppy stroke that
proved superior to Harvard's long rhyth-
The Harvard oarsmen seemed to have
plenty of power, but for some reason Stroke
Cutler was content with an even thirty-
two from start to finish, and although this
held Cornell for the first mile in rough
water, In the last half of the race Cornell's
swift paddles and numerous spurts drove
Its shell steadily away and there was a bit
of open water between the boats as they
darted across the line.
The time i the arsvty race as: Cor
nell, 11:23; Harvard, 11:27. In the freshmen
race It was: Cornell, 11:16; Harvard. 11:36.
The water was rough.
College Class This Year Numbers
Fourteen and the High Class
YANKTON, S. D., .May 31.-(Speclal.)-The
class of '10 of Yankton college will
this year be the largest In Its history, four
teen In nun.ber, aa compared with eleven,
the largest previous to this year. Its mem
bers are: C. A. Alseth, Lake Preston; K.
T. Best, Nellgh, Neb.; Anna E. Donner,
Elgin, Neb.; Myrtle V. Fisher, Sioux City,;
A. H. Hansen, Vlborg; Melius K. Hoist,
Caroline Orvls, E. L. Smith, Blanche L.
Willis, L. W. Robinson, Yankton; L. R.
Jones, Herrlck; Benedicts M. Lewis, Lakt
Preston; E. H. Mellck, Nellgh, Neb.; O. M.
Stevenson, La Junta, Colo.
In the winning of the state oratorical con
test this week at Huron, Charles A. Alseth
of Lake Preston, a graduate of this year,
brought this honor to Yankton for the
seventh time since 18U0. Yankton college
nan won second place five times In the
same period. Mitchell, however, has won
eleven firsts and four seconds. The other
state colleges have won six firsts and
twelve seconds apiece.
The Yankton High school class this year
numbers fifteen, its members being Edwin
Kundert, Ralph Kosltzky, Loretta Bader,
Edna Bowers, Bessie Bryan, Alice Byrne,
Julia Carstenaen, Hasel Hall, Ma reel la
Goodwin, Hazel Kent, Mabel Kroh, Susan
Lagan, Nellie Learned, Ethelwyn Mclntyru
and Dorothy Summers.
.ARAPAHOE, Neb., May 81. (Special.)
The senior class program was given to a
large audience at the Arapahoe opera
house.' There were eighteen in the class,
which divides honors with the class of UXM
In being the largest to graduate from this
school In Its history, or since 18s7. There
were nine boys and! nine "girls in both the
classes of 1908 and 1910. Roy Hull, a farmer
boy, living near Hendley, carried off the
class honors, having an average of 927i
per cent, and was awarded a free univer
sity scholarship. All of this year's teachers
have been ' re-elected, but Miss Blanche
Beery has resigned and will return to her
home at Cambridge, and Miss Orpha Gear
hart will teach In her stead in the third
and fourth grades.
Superintendent George E. Lee has had a
most successful year here. He will leave
tomorrow to address the State Institute at
Lincoln on "Normal Training," a course of
which he Introduced and perfected In the
Arapahoe High school.
TABOR, la., May Sl.-(Speclal.)-The
commencement exercises of the Tabor High
school were held In the Congregational
church Friday evening, when a class ot
seven girls and three boys were given di
plomas. The class is composed of: Misses
Frances Wyman, Qertrudo Reeves, Ethel
Chantry, Ruby Asman, Helen Woods, Lucy
Smith, Gladys Oreen and Messrs. Arthur
Mauk, James Trmpkins snd Ralph Jones.
Tabor college and the Alumni association
gave a publlo reception this evening at
Adam's hall in honor of three graduates
of the college, who will leave soon to ac
cept responsible positions as teachers In
the orient. They are Miss May Young and
Mr. Lester Todd, who sail In a few weeks
for Manila, and Miss Nettle Hughes, who
will go in the fall to teach in Peking,
Clad to Recommend Them.
Mr. E. Weakley, Kokomo, Ind., says:
"After taking Foley Kidney Pills, the se
vere backache left me, my kidneys became
stronger, the secretions natural and my
bladder no longer pained me. I am glad to
recommend Foley Kidney Pills." In a yel
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I TIRES llearGric!7 L'
Has New Method
to Collect Rent
Uses a Hatchet on His Tenant, but
Gets Decidedly the Worst
of the Deal.
CHICAGO, May 31. -Armed with a V1"
chet. Max Klaiflne, a real estate dealer,
went to one of his hoimri here today to
eject Flora Smith, a colored tenant. Flora
refused to move. Klarfltio, it Is charged,
struck her on thi head with the hatchet.
The hatchet, stuck, quivering In Flora's
head. Flora blinked a moment ami then
kicked Klarflne down ft flight of stairs to
tho street. She followed and before he
could rise, prated herself on his body and
drew the hatchet from her head as though
It was a hairpin. She was beating Klarflne
with the weapon, when the police rescued
him. The fight tanned so much excite
ment a riot call for the police was Hounded.
Klarflne was arrested charged with as
sault to commit murder and the woman
was taken to a hospital, where her con
dition Is reported to be serious.
SOUTH AFRICAN GOVERNMENT
Cabinet 1 Formed anil tienerel Itotha
Takes One of Most Important
CAPETOWN, May 31. The first cabinet
of United South Africa has been formed
by General Louis Botha, who has himself
taken the portfolios ot premier and minis
ter of agriculture. The other members of
the cabinet so far selected are:
' General J. C. Smuts, minister of the in
terior, mines and defoncr; J. W. Suuer,
minister of railways and harbors; General
J. B. M. Hertsog, minister of Justice; F. S.
Malan, minister of education; II, C. Hull,
minister of finance.
United South Africa was formed recently
by the consolidation of Cape Colony, Orange
River Colony, Natal and the Transvaal.
Viscount Oladstone la the first governor
general. The union will come Into operation
tomorrow. General Louis Botha, the new
premier was the premier of the Transvaal.
General Smuts and Mr. Hull, respectively,
were the colonial secretary and treasurer
ot the Transvaal and Messrs. Sauer and
Malan the commissioner ot public works
and secretary for agriculture In the Cape
Colony cabinet. General Hurtzog was attor
ney general In the ministry of the Orange
The union parliament, the members of
winch will be elected Immediately, will con
sist of a senate and house of assembly.
Capetown will bo the seat of the legisla
ture and Pretoria the scat of the execu
TEST WYOMING DIPPING LAW
Arboeklea Will Resist Sale of Their
Stock by . Mate to Pay
CHEYENNE, Wyo., May 31.-(Spec!a'.)
The Arbuckles, coffee kings and own
ers of the noted "P-O" cattle ranch north
of this city, are preparing to resist the
planB of State Veterinarian W. F. Pflaeg
lng, who recently took possession of the
cattle of tho "P-O" ranch and dipped
them, and who now Intends to sell sonfio
of the cattle to defray the expense of
the work. It is alleged the cattle of the
ranch company were very scabby and
their condition endangered other live
stock In the vicinity. The statutes giv
ing the state veterinarian authority to
take possession of live stock, when their
owners refuses to treat It In accordance
with orders from his department are
very plain, but the company will prob
ably test their constitutionality anyway.
The outcome will be watched with. Inter
est, for the state authorities have had
trouble with other cattle concerns in the
state, and If the state veterinarian la
upheld In this instance there will be
little trouble In the future.
ROCK ISLAND'S NEW TRAIN
Mountaineer, Sew Denver Flyer,
Will Be Pat In Service Next
CHICAGO, May 81. (Special Telegrams
Important changes In train schedules are
announced by the Rock Island railway to
take effect next Sunday. A. new train to
Denver, to be cnlkd the Mountaineer, will
leave Chicago dally at 1:26 p. m., reaching
Denver the following afternoon at 6:20; and
the Rocky Mountain limited, eastbound,
will leave Denver at 9 a. m., arriving In Chi
cago two hours earlier than at present,
giving time for connection with tho V
elghteen-hour trains for New York,
The California train, now leaving Chicago
at 10 p. m., will leave at 11:80 p. m.
For the Twin Cities, a new train, to be
known as the Twin Cities special, will leave
Chicago at 6 p. m., arriving at St. Paul at 4
8 a. m., Minneapolis at 8:40 a. m.
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