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7IIE BEE: OMAHA. SATURDAY, JULY 16. 1910.
Denver Team Loses; Pirates Lead the Giants by One; Athletics Shut Out Browns; Sox Lose
MOKES LOSE GOOD CAME
Lincoln Flays Tight Ball Through
All Ifine Inning.
ANYBODY'S GAKE TILL LAST
Vw.eba Tea aa Fw(a I p Close baaae
aad hwpt Vppeaeat oa Their
LINCOLN. Neb, July IS. Lincoln played
tight bIl behind Hifrrmu'i pitching to
day and won a closely contetied game from
Tjmeha. by a score of 1 to L Corrtdon
errors were costly and permitted Lincoln
to win in t lie eighth. Score:
Oairnier. m. ......
Cock man, 2b......
But Comes Late
Grand Island Has Stronr Lead. So
Fail to Count.
CP TO SCRIBNER AND ECCU
Colpetxer Loses, at Does S. S. Cald
well, ia ICatch.
I HAT WITH POTTER SATURDAY
STANDING OF THE TEAMS.
GPUXD ISLAND, Neb. July la (Fpe
cal Tflffim.(-Columbua gave aa exhibi
tion of a ninth-inning batting- rally today
which waa triad.-, ktntr, in the face af
too big a toad. Columbus played a more
razeed folding game than yesterday, aalde
from which Grand Island bunched hits to
the seventh. F"lva of the llseoverer' hits
were made la the ninth, including Malum'
Uiree-barKtr. Score: RUE.
s...t, aaataaaea a t 7 a
Orand Jsland... t 1 1 t " t X
41 i.etterie: Kieeell. Hamilton and Agnes,
It Murray and CanoiL
Urseat lllery la History of Clab
Watralag Eveeta at Field CTab
teartai rrosalBlns; for
Welch. If -.
prrrtne. Kb ,,
Totals ....... 1 H
Pereons out; hit by batted ball.
Cs?Tr.an hatted for Melter In ninth.
Lincoln 1 I
Omaha ..... iai
Two-base hits: Cobb. Oondmg. toubl
plays: HM.gerraaa to tiaatnier to Thomas,
Perr'ne to Kane. Sacrifice hit: Kruarer,
Welch. Corrwlon. Struck out: By Hager
man. X; by Melter, t Base on baila: Off
lis germs n. 1; off Melter. X. Hit by pitched
ball: By Haeerman. L Time: 1:16. Umpires:
Alycn and boeneer.
JOIErH DEFEATS WICHITA
ticker Maaika Makei Heaa t
I rmm oav tlaarle.
' PT. JOPEPH. July IS With tied aeorea
and two out la the Hitter part ol the nsmn.
Manaka made home from aeoortd on a siagie
by Jooea. winning lor fcL oaeph. a t a.
AH. R. H. O. A.
... 4 1
HVdclleton, cf 1 1 ,
aire, a t 1 1 2 1
f.ugbea. Zb 4 2 2 4 1
V at v
4 1 1
... 4 1 C 1
... 4 1 t
ia-' Kigali, p
Totala n 4 2S
I'owal!. U all
Koa. 2b 4 1
Jotiea, lb - i 1
Mot beaacy, cf 4
Crhaa. aa. ............. 2 1 2
Kejlly. Sb , ... 8 11
Bauer, rf..... 2
Krannbea. c. ..... 4 1 S
OaJgauo. p 1
Atanake. p...... 2 1
KlCARMtT, .Ntb., July li (Sjwtial Tele
gram.) Haatlnga deflated Kfarney here
today In a good game of ball, I to L Wal-
droa made a booie run la the aeeoad Inning,
which scored two ftr rr men. Kearney bad
a new man In the box In O'Hern and he
pitched good ball, holding U visitors down
to four hits, feoore: RUE.
HittiOfl 2 1 4 4 1
rn y ! ol i
toaiterMia: cvearaey. vi haia and lown-
ae'ja. tiaungk, ft manin ua CuPt'Jt Tim:
SEWAKU, Neb.. July lo.-KSpeclal Tele
gram.) ie aid woo- from Red Cloud again
today by a score of 4 to S. ia a well played
game. The features ot the game today
were tha hitting and base running of Han-
win axd a two-b&ggrr by each of the Neff
boys. Seward will play Haetinga here July
26 and 2C. Score: KH.E.
Red Cloud 1 2-1 t 2
ew-ard 2 1 1 k 1
Katieriea: JSeward. Steward aad Walley:
Rd .Ktud. jaainers and iagaa. Vmpire;
fiULjiON'T, Neb, July li.-(Special Tel
egram. Fremont and Superior reversed
their style of purine this afternoon and
toe Pathfinders bad things easy. Score:
R II R.
Superior ! 6-1 f
rrtniont 1 1 12 1
Batteries: For ifupertor. EUla and Bart
ley; tor rYemont. iennett and Bohner.
Totals. .. U U 27 Z
Tw o out when winning run scored. - - " .
Vichitm 1 1 8 4
ht. Joseph S201-
Tliree-base hit: ' Powell. Tvo-bae bits:
Jonea,-JrVannben. Maneke, Uuirbea. Sioien
bases: Koa. CortiJi. ReUiy. Manake. Bei
iko, Hugbv. tiai-riflo hits: Foa, Bavner,
oaiffazio, Ioell. Aoubie play: Claire u
JawiJ. H1t.: Off Gaj(tao, In ss and a
tiiird JnninsTr; if Alaxtrke, I ta twe'axid
two-thirds cnlna-a. struck. ut: By ttaj
:ana. z; by J caul pan, . Bases on bruiaj
oif Oaiga.oo. 1; oif amlgan. a. Left on
l.ses: tt- Jowii ; MMhiia, a. Time:
a :1a. Cmpure: liaokeil. Attendance: m.
t il A at PS
Is PHckers' Battle Tfcrwt, wltfc
DES MOINES. July IS. In a battle be
tween pitehrs. with un-unjal support from
Infield aad out-field. De Moines went duwa
ta defeat bet ore iMoua City in one of the
ciowl games of ttta season today. Oweua
and 0"iiKi did the twirling stunt. The
beet ot the sluggers were powerless before
tnero. bcortk: .
, DES MOINES.
AB. R. H. O. A. E
BaAer. rf Z 2 4) 1
Colligan. ib... 4
VOuriis. If t
J.wyer. lb , S
BROOKLYN PLAYERS BENCHED
I'anadrei Klea Takes Eaeeptta te
Oftwra flayers Get After Ssee.
tatar aad ralle TsJu Ha ad.
rr. LOUIS. Me.. Jury IS Umpire SDarn
benchea Mai.ager iahit?a. Pitcher Knetsor
aad tstiortstop T. Smith of the Brooklyn
team this afternoon during the game with
the Bt. Loula Nationals.
In the seventh Inning Klem called Iennoa
out oa what looked to be a bail to Uauhien.
w ho w aa coarhlag at third base. lie made
a Cesture. DO to a LklnA of tha umpire
who ordered him to tlie dubbouse. Tbe
Uie umpire aad Klem promptly benched
Knetaer and fcrnith. After the came a
spectator criticised Manager Bresaaiuut and
hia team. Bresnaiian and Mowrey started
after the spectator, Mowrey witn a couple
of base ball bats, but they were prevented
trwot doing any harm by a polios erreant.
FARRELL DEMANDS PROOF.
Owaer af nisklaader Waata Wklte
Sas Pltrker ta Clva Staaaaaa far
atiaa af Stcallaa; Siaraala. '
NEW TORK. July 15.-Fraj3k Farreil.
arner and prastdanl cf the. New Tor a
Americas Leau team, fcaa requested
President Ban Jobrutoo of the American
league t raqulre cUdwsxd ' h, oae ot
the pitchers tor tbe CliK-ago Wklte ftox.
!x prove his charge tbat the New Yorkers
erera maintaining a signal ti ping kureaa.
Farreil aad Manager taliut-s both deny
that the New York team baa eeo employ.
Ins; any oae to learn the elgn&Ja of visit
ing teams. They dealre that Walsh be
puniehed far manlng such aa amc.usation.
Maltick. cf..... - 2
Niehotf. b..... I
lvi. a. 2
Clemruona, c...... ... I
Owens, p................ a
Herecha ............... 1
........ n -
- AB. K,
1 27 U
Neighbors, cf 4
MUier, c 2
r'artman. a. ........... 4
leicn. rf.,... 4
Tiole. p.. S .
Totals........ 1 n a
Batted for Bader ta ntnth.
. tioua City .1 -t
Bases oa balls: Off Owens, 4; off O'Toole.
2 itruck out: By Owena, t: by O'Toole.
s '4. Hu 4T pitched aii: . Quiliiau Double
piav: Neighbors to i-tem. tNiortfioe bit:
Vjutllin. Xiiner l:i. l eripirea: Ciark aad
.iercberg. Attendance: . . -
TOPEKA WISI. FROM DEXTER
laad aa Ekssaat la Flftk aad Fawr
' Kaks Maaaa riat.
TOPKKA. Kan.. July 18 TcpekA a'on
from Lnntver today lv batting Enmao liard
la the fiXl! inning. - Ccore;
AB. R H. O. A. E-
.... S 1 1 2 2
.... 4 4
1 ton a. kb
Hea.ll. cf -
Wooley, ef ..
Welch, Tb . 4
Abbott, lb 2
Kema, e 2
dama, p S
Totals 2i 4 I 3 S t
Dolaa out aa tnfirld fly.
tenver l00t t
Tonrka 4 4
I Thrwe-base hit: Lloyd. Two-base bit:
Walsh, rxurrifice kit: Abbott, stolen baae:
kern a. Lft on bases: leiver. 4: Topeka.
1 Fust basr on baiia: Off liarria. S. off
tinman, V struck out- Br Kama, : by
I ninan. 2 1'aaeed ball: Weaver. Balk:
llama. Time: let. Empire: Mullen.
Waterlae aad Dakaaae Wis . Otkere
WATERDOO, U... July U Leard singled
In the tenth, went te second on aa tnlield
out. stola third and soared the winning run
on Nunamaker a wild threw to thiid base.
Vi axerkM 11 ?
Battenee: MeGe and Harrington; Royer
and Niitia maker.
LiUBLwLk, la, July 14. Daffy w-eaJteaed
In the eleventh and walked two, and al
lowed two hits, Dubuque wmauuj a bril
liant ruse, S to 2, Soure: R.H.E.
Dubuque 144t4 1 4
Danvuie .lf 22
Batteries: Ferrvas and Boucher; Duffy
At Rock I aland: Rock Iiland-Springfield
game postponed, rain.
At Peoria: I"eorla-Lavenport (Tame past
EVENTS 0 l.H.l.Q TRACKS
Kisg Pla Wli Meataak Stakes at
EMPIRE CITT RACK TRACK. Jaly IS.
in one of the prettiest Lmasthes seen uiia
year King Pin won the Mentauk staAea
by a nose bare today. There were only
three starters la tbs race and they broke
beads apart. Bell Horse set tbe pace a
bead ta front af Royal Meteor, witb King
Pin lying back third on tbe outside a bead
away. This order remained UDckanged
until tbe turn trite the stretck, arbea Archi
bald bi aught King iln up. and, taking tbe
lead, won ia a drive by A Aongtk f bia
muxsle. w 1th Bell Horse second, a bead
before Royal Meteor, ftammariee:
First race, five and a aaif fui-teagw
Stare (11 to 61 won, Dartmoutk to 1)
serood. Tew ton ntu (I U U third. Time
becond race, aia furlonrs: Roeseaux !
to 1) won. Trasce (I to 1) second, Keyai
onva II U 11 tiura. Time: 1:12.
Third race, handicap, McDeea, mQe aad
twenty yards: Apache (2 to 1 won. Nim
bus o to fit second, Prince Imperial t4 to
1 third. Time:
Fourth race, six furlongs: King Pin (i
to 2) won. Ken tire tu to it second.
Rf-1 Meteor ta t thiro. Time: I:XM
FUtk reoc. mile and twenty yards: Ba
News O te U won. Apologise & to 1) see-
on 1. Falcada 4 to 1) third. Time: l.Cw
Sigth race, mile and one-sixteenth : .oa
it to won, Mangot T te tl seeend. OilcV
lus Bell a te It third. Time: 1:47.
&AX.T LAKE CITY, Jury la Bpohn tok
the feature face at Buena Viata today.
First race, srlle: Mirprisloe Ctall waa.
Aoqula ( te X eecemd. Miiier's Daughter
v ui 21 third. Time: 1:42.
Second race, nule: Mike Jordan ( to 1(9
won, Captain Burnett il te II second. Net
ting C to U third. Time: 1 SV
Third race, eta furlonrs: Oosatper II Ok)
to U won. Art T te 1 eeoood, aoldakh
7 te li third. Tims: 1 IP.
Fourth race, five furianga: Spoha ri te
S) won. Eaecuta MUD aaoond. BuVar
btnrktng 1 to 11 third. Time:
Fifth raea. seven rurloncs: Frieee CI ta
1) won. Hanoi fi ta li aeoead. Ckaewardlae
t2 to 1) third. Tune: 1V
iztk race, seven furlongs: Marian
Casey (S to t) won. Hamper eves) awood.
Marchmonet CI to X) third. Time: 1 n.
Finals In the city tennis tournament for
the year lfa will be played between A. 8.
Scribner and Harry Koch. Matches In the
eemis-fixiaie were played off Thursday
afternoon on the Field club courts. Prrib
ner winning aver ColpetSf r In 1-6. 4-4. S-4,
and Koch winning over A. K. Caldwell In
C-2. C-S. This leaves only tbe two men to
P ay Friday afternoon to determine nl.o
plays Champion Cub Potter on Raturday
for tbe prise cup aad the honor ot city
Thursday ia the gallery f the club waa
a large crowd of enthusiasts watching the
matches of tr semi-finals with grest in
terest, cheering- the contestants whenever
en especially good play was made. Friday
and Saturday all the tennis plareas of the
dty will be making it their business to be ,
on band to see tbe playing. Interest ia
the sport bas grown so that the largest
crowd ever out for any match is eapected
at the club ernes tha big games of the
national tournament are played off there
The prises tor the rtty tournament bare
been secured by tbe committee and will
be preenvd at tha close of the week w bra
an the matches have been played on Saturday.
Serlkaere Paet Gaaae.
In the match between Scribner and Col
petser the spectators saw tbe best exhibi
tion of tennis playing that has been seen at
the club this year. Tbe players are Tery
evenly matched, both playing a fast game
la serving and returning the ball. Scribner
Is perhaps the mora skillful in handling
his raquet and can cut a ball finer, but
Colpetser evened this up in the sure manner
In which be oould place a ball and in uaing
hia bead w hen be played.
The first set waa a deuce one, ending
with Scribner winning; In 7-S. but Cblpelaer
braced and ta a fear minutes be had tha
games ta tbe second set 4 to 1 in his favor,
and although Scribner crept up to four
games Colpetser bung on to tils lead and
won In C-4.
In the third set Scribner started in' and
although Colpetser put up a fine rante, he j
lost it. 1-4.
Koch outclassed his opponent In all the
styles of playing, as be plays a much
faster game than Caldwell. Caldwell found
that noted serve, 'Tbe Great American
Twin!" of Koch's too aeuch for htm aad
lost many points oa account of tbe trouble
be had in returning It. The serve Is very
swift and has a peculiarly high aad crooked
kaunoe. Koch covers tbe court well when
be plays and Scribner ami find him aa op
poo est that is his equal ta almost every
point of the game.
JfcCavB-ae ta Ceasolattoa.
Robert McCairae is showing: up well in
tha oorjaoiatioa series ot the tournament.
although be Is up acainst older players. Me-Ca-ue
was hlg-h school senilis champion tw
years aad baa already placed himself la
tha seml-finaia of tha consolatioa playing
with his bigk school aaparsenca.
In tbe doubles tbe playing Is doing off
rather slowly, but the matches will be up
la time for the championship playing ta be
dona Saturday. Scrtbner and Touns are
the ones who are picked as the vtaaers by
all who have seen them play as both are
among' the best players la tea dty and
their teamwork is excellent.
Harry Koch beat CaMweO, 4-1. 4-2.
A. S. Scribner baa Ml ColpeUer. 7-i, 4-t,
THIRD ROUND. SINGLES.
M. Colpetser beat A. Kenedy, 4-1, 4-4.
CONSOLATION SINGLES. FIRST ROUND
McCag-ue beat A boot. -. s-a.
Koha beat Wesla by default.
OOK80LAT10.M SINGLES. ID ROUND
McCarue beat Bewea, 4-e, d-2, and Is bow
tn tbs semi-Iinaia.
DOUBLES, FIRST ROUND
Koha and Hughes beat Bassmaa and
Davis. L e-S. -.
fccrtbner and I oung peat namey ana
Wood. a-4. 1-6.
WE5T. LEAGUE. I NATL
W.L rn i W.UPct
Ploua Clly....M .MkCKlcgc 45. .i4
lenver 4 7t " New lotk... .f.s?
I.lnr4n 44 SS Ptitsburg H 82 J-4J
Wh-hlta M Ci-nrtnrWiil M .
Omaha K 4i .444 l'toiiad-ithia..ji XT .
eit. Jfiph 56 44 .X Hro"l.ln X 4 .41
Ies Mome...S 4 .41... t Louia r.2 V .4t:
Topeka 3 i S- Boion 3 4C
w t . v-m i i v: i H ixk-.it.
Ptiiladplphia i.1 14 Xflnnea bolls W 21 .W
New York 4:. V .. Paul F.S KS .-
I etrolt 4 . Tcledo 4 n .F.TW
Borton i 'iZ ,MT Kansas City ..41 42 .44
Cleveland .. .SI 1W .457 Corambua .. .S7 4!. .4M
Chicago 81 44 .4iS Milwaukee . .:
M'ashmrtoa . Indianapolis Si F.2
St. Louis 22 .21i, lnniiv He .."r.S.ST
NEB. LEAGUE. MINK LEAGUE
W.LPct. Clartnda K H .CTI
Fremont ....2J 22 Falls City ..rr 21 .f.4-
Cri. Island. .. 22 .i Neb Cttv ...J2i. J.1
PuperK.r ....25' J Anbum 24 2S 4
Reward ? 2T .V ShenanVh 22 .4T1
Kearney 27 He .4:4 Maryvllle ...lS2.IHi&
Tolumbua 25 XI .440,
Hastings ....i4 W .444.
Red Cloud ..21 24 412!
Omaha. 1; Lincoln. 2
Sloua City. 1: lee Moines, .
ienver, 2; Topeka. 4.
Wichita, 4; St Jweph. f.
BrookJy-cH. Louis, ponopend-
Boston. 1: Cincinnati. A.
New York, ; Pittaburg. .
Cleveland, 7; New Terk.
Ht. Louis. ; Philadelphia. X.
Washlncton, 7; Ietroit, X.
Cblcaaro, i. Boeton. t.
Mlnneapolie. t; Columbua, 2.
St. Paul, i; Toledo. .
Kansas City, 4). Indianapolis, X.
Milwaukee. 1: lxtuirviDe. t.
NEBRASKA STATE LEAGUE.
HartinKa, 4; Kearney, 1.
Superior. 1; Fremont, k.
Red Cloud, 1; M-ward. 4.
Columbus, 4: Grand Island. S.
Clarinda, I: Auburn. X 417 Innings.)
Fails City, 2; Shetumdoah. I
Nebraska City, 2; Jdaryville, X.
tavawee Twda r.
Western Leaarne Omaha at Lincoln.
Sioux City at Dec Moines. Denver at To
peka, Wichita at St. Joseph,
National Leacue Brooklyn at St. Louis,
Boston at Cincinnati. New York at Pitts
burg. Philadelphia at Chicajro.
Atnerioaa Leaarue Cleveland at New
York. St. Louis st Philadelphia. Washing
ton at Detroit. Chicago st Boston.
American Asaociation MinDeasolla at Co
lumbua. St. Paul at Toledo. Kansas City
at lndianapotla. Milwaukee at Louisville.
Nebraska Susie League Seward at Kear
ney. Fremont at Hastinga, Grand Island
at Red Croud. Columbus at Superior.
Mink League Clarinda at Auburn, Fa lit
City at Sbenaadoah, Nebraska City at
BfiOWSS LOSE CLOSE CAME
Catcher Lap Gets Fifteen Fstonts
SCORE IS TWO TO KOTHTSS
i-hlladelphla ete Maa Over la
ad aad Third, After Wklek
Aa Mar ens Are
PHILADELPHIA. July li.-Philadelphia
won a pitchers' battle from St. Louie to
day. Lapp's record of firteen put-oula and
two assists was made up of nine strike
outa, four fouls, the putting out of two
men at tbe piste and the throw'ing cut of
two base runners. Score:
rHILA.DSl.rHIA- ST. LCn,
as h o a e
e aaion. w t I l t
t 4Hartat.ll. tk.. 4 111
ewallaoa. w . 2 4 I 1
I M 141
t ISnain. IS. 4 S t 2
t r tnue, rill I
1 1 Honnan. cf.. 4 1 I I
S 7nmte), kl I I I
SteiMM, e. 114 1
fUr. m 1 all
Totals a 4 i; 14 onsa 14 4 4
West Point Track j COLONELS Oil PLA BKEWElft
is a Revelation
Anton liota, Cora Eicg of the Elk
hora Valley, Ehowi Some
fa. la. Ik
I S 1
Marpay. Tt.. 1 2
BUT . aa 12 2
a - 14 1.
Cavmba. 2 11
WEFT ItilNT. Neb.. July li-lPpecAJ
Telegrara On account tf the heavy rain
of last night the tracks for tie race meet
ing Thursday were cot rn as good condition
as previously, cauaing tbe time of the races
te be somewhat slower than usual.
A record-breaking crowd was In attend-
ar-e and all the events were run amid
enthusiasm. Tbe grendrtsnd waa
to its utmost capacity. Denver Dirk.
is g-uldeltss wonder, circled the track in
The entrance to the grounds of the asuo-
. unique, a Dion rsota. known a
iEit Milwaukee Fikheri rreelt
Ealla Back ia Form.
FICXLRIXGr AND HUGHES SLCO
Laelsvllle W las lastly aa )la
Dlawawad kr Klgkt tae
J vd !
tka Cora King of the Eikborn valley, has J,'";
LOUlt'ILLE. July lS.-Loulsvii:e
played Milwaukee today and win
S to L Si hardt and McG'jnn were
batud fretly while Hal a waa himself ak-ain.
The batting of Pk kering aad Huehes and
the fielding of Ma tee were the features.
ash oar. UH.oic.
rmmriMn. aa. 4 1 I a 1 RiMill m . a a a a
n. I II I titoM ia.. t
hia home st the entrance tron-h ahirh'Nniri ia " a in i .
Jli.nl 111 t Smra a
H.irnan. It.. I I 4 f SOlark n I
CARTER G LOSES FAST PACE
Koted Winner oa Sehruka Trtvcki
FOUR FAST KELTS STEPPED
a Helpa Aakara TraveSt Trotters
aad Faeera Step
Field af H
M. tM-tCM, aa
H Mirj , la...
ttacaweart, c X
NOSE OCT MOSEY AT MITCHELL
BaeiaaT aa Cwra. Belt Track; Fast
MITCHELL. K. Jury IS. (Special Tel-
eram.r The last day's races ot toe Corn
Belt association proved to oe tae oest. in
that they were most exciting aad tha heats
were cut up. aad la one instance tne ia-
vorlte failed ta win. Deaa R-. owned by
M. U. txtes of Bioua tana, won the I
stake trot, taking tbe first two beau and
tbe fourth, betfur aosed out by Joe Patch
in the third, who took second money. Tne
stake was for SUM. .
Ia the 2:24 pace snrpsnewanna King,
owned by J. K. Prourn of Dodge City,
Kan- reeled eTf the first tva heats and
looked tike the winner, bat he lacked tbe
staying qualities aad was distaaosd la toe
fifth feet- First Lteutewant. owned by
i'ick Vinioo of Sioux City, took tbe last
three boats, naaklug aewaarWiai finishes
each time by driving- the ltuat aighlh of a
all from fifth aoaiuoa te a srtaaer at tha
wire, while tne graadMaad ta a aw
cheered the veteran driver.
Dirk A flea, owned by X. Jk. Saga of
Plankiaion. broke tha record for a balf
miie track la a race aara mat aa autocnoblla,
going the mile is 2-es. Tee track was tact
today, owing to tns rood rain last night,
Xyj crowd was the largest of any t the
AUBURN, Neb July li (Special Tele
gram.) An extra large crowd was is at-!
tendance at tbe third day ot tbe Auburn
races, tha rain of last Bight being- of great
benefit ta tha trtxk. . It was ta fine con
ditio and fast.
Four good races vara pulled off and rod
time made. In the first race, the 2-22 trot.
there were aln entries and eight starters.
JohaoiaO.. owned by F. W. Smith of Wa
terloo, la , won la three strauxht beats, but
was pushed hard by Ante Russell, owned
by H. H. Browa ot Persona. Kan,, to every
beat. It eras a good race. In the seriand
race, tha 2:S pace, there ware twelve en
tries with nine stArters. la the first heat
Billy Links made a aloe race and won eas
ily. In the aaoond beat Locyone got the
pole oa tne last Quarter and beat Billy
Links out Jn the next two beats. It was a
horse race- between Lucyona aad Billy,
Ia tha the third raqa, 2:12 pace, there were
seven entries, six starting In this raos was
another case af tha favorite disappointing
the crowd, which was Carter O. He took
four second, hut although be made a bard
race to win, Daable took tha last three
heats,. SUrer H taking tbe first easily.
. The running; race, which was a arJle dash,
purse SttO.' was won by Burlington, with
Lady Bernard a close second and Bea Far
aday third. Summaries:
Trot. 2.22 class, puree :
Johnnie i.. sr. h. iBrown)
Ante Russell, k. ta. (Browa)....
Tne Judge, kr. h. Mooey)
Interest. r. g. 4taots
Mark On, b. a. tMontsomery).
Josephine D.. a. so. (Daiiey)....
Iiish Maid. a. m. tBjerai
Drift AUerton. a. a. (Chase)..
Time: 2:"; 2:1W; 2:1
Trot, 2. at class, -purse Put):
Lucyone, k rm. tBiown)
Billy lAnke, br. g. i urnuan;...
Kilkle. a. m. tJOaauei)
Teddv Roosevelt- b. sr. tJudd).
Montauk, a. tn. E1) - S 4 C
tjtti tiur. b. s. i HMinesl 7 4
Eber Crane, b. m. (Mlcbels) . a Dla.
Tune: 2:14; I.liH; i n1; z u.
Pace. 1:12 cuasa. purse tUKU
Diablo, a. h. tUriswold) - t 1
Silver H.. rw. g. iHaauitaa)...... 1 4 4
Carter b. . tHiil) 2 X X
Go Tell, a g- (Eaton).......-....--1 S X
Peer IX, a- ir. Lai) a iia,
A Ike Aata, a. T. (Caasaa) Dla
Tune: X-U: l k. 2.lii;
lakers Ceases Oat Ahead of Claxlwda
At Clarinda hV-ore: RHt
Auburn . e l e e e 1-2 1 I
Ciarmda ia-l I X
Ratteriea: Ed LlrW and Kranlnger: Lud
w tg and Johasoa. L'Kpire. ae. Sevea
"4V a i Maryville Score: RUE
Maryvilie I 1 4) 1 I X
Ratifies: Cass and Waller; Ford, Moore
At Stienandoah Score: RUE
fneiandJ I X 1 X I
ISJ.s City X 41 a
Batteries: Doran and CJreeewaJt; Cork
tan and Castia. I. arre. Faatchez.
Yew Caark tee CrlaaeU.
CRTXN ELL, la.. July IS. 4 Special ) The
election er Artnur at. nrowu as aw coach
ar.d assistant aihietie oirector for UrioneU
ooilece the roraing tear lias lust beea an-
aounced by President J. U. T. Main ut mat
Insirtutiun. Mr. A.roa is a grwdsate of
Williams coliera, where be tuayed ha.
fc4-e .l f.M- ttie last three yeare has beea
ooack at De Pauw. Mr. alrewa wul bare
ouarse of all athletics at Urinnel) tne
cmK.g year, as the director, C. E Fisher,
Ml A ae anseiii f er tne eciura year.
4a. Harris Baleed Dadta Arebdala.
A tetter trota O. K. Harris of Haooer.
Nrk., to Tbe Bee stales be w tbe swaa wbe
raiMd the rpeeay mare, oodie Arcbdale.
ant that at cne time be arota be sull
ew ass ber ana oer aasa.
A teiegretia diaiira from Torre II acta
givea li.a rroort it.at the autre haa beea
sold for KM eta te F. O. Jeaee, the salilieer-
MOTOBCYCLE CLIB IS FORMED
O Barters Seated and More Mesa here
Will Be Taawea la Tealkkt.
Tbe Omaha Motorcycle club was orgaa
Ised Thuraday night with tnirty members
aad aaj-fcere rented at S2V North Sixteenth
street, where tne due. at v. aw teaigut. ex
aert ta enroll let laembers.
It is the purpose of the club te promote
general good fellowehin, arrange cued
roada. racing, eta.
Every owner of a motorcycle Is urged te
he present tonight wrhea the perm an en ta or-
tmnlit'-- wiu te aiiecteo.
LOCAL If OR SB Wtlia AT BOCKPOBT
Ball Car, Baaed Last ease ta Tkla
Stale, tarries ff SiZ4 Xaoa.
CUtvXLAKD. O Jury
wore defeated la the first twa raoas at tbe
Rock part track of the Lake Avne Clroull
First race. I at pax, puree, ttet: Hall Car
first. Rod bird seeend. ttecia c,ieotric tnira.
aocood race. I ll vrot, purse, sear: naroa
Arnold firet. Dovetl seoood, Nettie Brook
Thirfl rata, i.is aace. obsbb. saiai s-rarta!
Rraaa fn-st. Locust Boy seooad. banaLor
Basnford third. Time: 1.14V
Med Oak Aeeepta.
RED OA SC. la.. July U -( Special V-Red
Oak bas aoosptoa a ceauienge trota
Ciutoi base kail loan te meet the
tLe Crevton diamona next Bunflar Red
Oak is mamtainiec a fast laaependent
taaua i hia year aad aat ndtini same ia
looked for oa Chat data. Tbe Creetoa team
ts working tare tt.la week te have every
china ta reaarnesa roe iee gaaae ave as
petis te Lata the grandstand ready for ae-
atlaaeapolla W las WkUt Trophy.
NIAGARA FALLS. Out-. July IS. Tbe
Asaertoaa Whist oens i ass concluded lode.
Ike MMineeiiuiie trophy waa woa by the
Knickerbocker Whiet c'uk. which dereatad
re wtaet club of New York. E. J. Phelps,
at inase pails, is BwaKek. .
,...l 1 1
....x a x
....a x a
...a s I
... 1 1
...1 X X
...X X X
Batted for Mee ta ninth.
St. Louis a ft 4
Phlladeilhia 1 1 t 4 f X
First base oa balls: Off Pelty. I; rr
Coombs. 2. Street out: By Coombs, X.
Time: 1:24. Umpire: I 'err in e.
Waaklatlaa Hits Killlaa.
DETROIT, July IS. Washington hit Ka
lian hard today, while Coombs was effec
tive, the result being a victory for the
visitors, by a scot ot 7 to X Two double
piays by Detroit were the fielding features.
WASHINGTON. tUTtlT. I
AS. H O. A E. AS H 0 I t.
kTllan. cf I i I 4 I'D. Jooea. 8. 4 4 J 4 4
lie atnwh. I 4411
til VL chart. aa. 1142
4 2 4 naa. rf 4 1 I 4 4
12 2 soravtotd. rl.i I 1 I
1 1 1 t 'Mariailry, Ik 4 1 1 1 4
2 11 SO lawrf. tk.. 4 14 4 4
tit r. jMMwr ik. 4 t t 4
let etk'i.Mioi. ... 4 4 4 1 4
Kllliaa. B 2 4 I 1 e
Totals. 24 12 27 H VWurfea, ...... 4 4 4 1 4
siaraiona 1 I 4 4 I
Mains A 4 4 4
Tatala M t 27 li 2
Batted for Killian In eighth Inning.
Batted fur Works in ninth inning.
Washington 1 1 2 1 X S-7
Detroit 1 4) t 1 1-1
Two-base hit: McBride. Hits: Off Kil
llaa. 12 in eight innings; off Work a, pone
in one inning. Sacrifice hits: Leltvelt,
Beckendorf. Stolen bases: Cobb, Milan.
Double plays: Lathers te O'Leary to T.
Jones; O'Leary to T. Jones. Left on bases:
Detroit, ; Waahlngtoa, A First base on
baila: Off Killian, 4; off Work, 1; off
Groom, 2. First base on errors: Washing
ton X. Hit by pitched ball: By Killian,
Killifer and Milan. Struck out: By Groom,
X Time: 1:4a. Umpires: O Loughlin and
Seort Kssrked Oat of Boa.
BOSTON. July IS. Scott waa knocked out
of tbe boa In the fourth inning by the locals
today and Boston won Ka fourth straight
game from Chicago, I to 2. Score:
At. H.O.Alt. Ah.H.O.A.K.
Homwr, rf. 4 4 2 4 4Eel4r. 2k.... 12 114
Bscta. tk 4 lit Btovb. rf ..I I t 4
aBar. ml-.. 4 t 4 epwrait, cf I 2 14 4
lhl. Ik 4 t t t CIMaurlMnv. tf 4 4 1
Lsrt. Ik t t 1 4 trenail, tk.. 4 4 4 1
Lfl-vla. 11 114 4 (KiasaiL tk.... 4 T 4 t
WasBar. aa... 2 114 DParaa. c 1 4 I
Csmsan. S... I t 4.4 IBlvcA. c 2 1 14 t
tmlta. I t 1 1 tBiartViae, Bl I I I 1
scoo, b 1 4 4 4 4
Tstaia. 24 2 27 t ihsna. ....- 2 4 4 4 4
Tstala.....-2Z 4M t 1
Boston 4) X 2 1
Chicago 4)2t4)t -t
Two-hasfl hit: Carrucan. Hits: Off Scott..
t In three and one-third Innings; off Lang,
X in four and two-third Innings. Sacrifice
hits: Warner, Smith, stolen bases: Lord,
Wagner. Double plays: Wagner to Btahl.
Left oa bases: Chtcaaro, ; Boston. 4
Bases oa balls: Off ScotL X: off Smith. 2.
off Lang, X First base on errors: Boston,
1. Struck out: By Scott, 4: by Smith. 2;
by Lang, 4. Passed ball: Carrlgan. Wild
pitch: Lar.g. Ti: 1ML Umpire: Evans.,
New Tork Wlsa Vpklll Battle.
NEW TORK." July li In a fine up-hlD
battle. Now York defeated Cloratand to
day, t to 7. Tbe winning- run was scored
in tbe ninth inalrg on a wild throw by
MitchelL the tnsltors' anwt pitcher, who
tried to catch Kalgrbt knappinc at first.
Kit TORC CLtTKLAKD.
AS.B.O.A . AA k.O.A.k.
fianlala. at... 4 A t 4 tNiiaa. t X I 4
Wenac. rf.... 4 114 tbart. rl 4 4 14 4
Cbssa. U 4 4 12 t tTBrwar, aa.... 4 4 t 2 t
UaiMrta, Ik... t I 4 4 4La)a. S.... t e I
KnlcHt, tk... t t t 4 lbemia, a 4 444
Oraa. ct. 4 1 t 1 IStOTali. Ik... 4 1 t I t
Raack. m 4 I I 7 tBinakaak dl I 1 I I
Iwmr, a -1 4 t t ItaTBa, k 4 I 1 t 4
Mltcta.il. c... 1 2 t rBlk'skarc 1 4 4 4 4
Mannlcs. p.. 1 1 4 tiHarkaMaa, .. 1 4 4 1
HwaiuU . 4 I 4 4 iCHawerir 114 4 4
Wwtna, t t e 1 ssmU 4) 4) t t
W kUUkall. M I t I
Tatala. M a 17 17 I
Ttnala A4 t Wt It 4
Batted tor Harkaesa tn ninth,
Kan for Easterly In moth.
stted for Manning in fourtk.
Two out when winning run scored.
New York 40XI0001 l.X
Two-base hit: Roach. Three-base hits:
PeiTing, Lapt rte, Nilea. Home run: Nlles.
Sauifioe hits: Cree, Faikenherg. Sacri
fice fly: WoJler. Stolen bases: Falken
berg. Perring, Blrmlngiiam, erases. Bail.
Lett on bases: Cleveland. X; New York. t.
Bases on errors: Cleveland. U New York.
2. Double play: Kniarbl ta Roach to Chase.
Struckout: By Falkenberg. 2. by Manning.
X: by Harkness. X; by Qulnn, L Bases on
balls: Off Manning, 1; off Quran, 1; off
tlarkness, 4. Hits: Crff Fklketiberg, T tn
three innings; off Harknesa, X tn five In
nings; off Mitchell. 1 in two-third Innings;
off Manning, 4 in four innings; off Wuinn,
I te five inm re. Time: 2. IS. Umpires:
pin oan aad Connolly.
access ia gained to tha n ur,. ur
Psota la t great believer in beautifying hi
home surroundings and hit home, com
prising the entrance to the grounds f the
race track, was a revelation to the visitors
Flowtrt la greet beds, peonies snd other I Louisville
..w, inwKunni fr in soundest evl-
dence. had to support his asserttoa that;
Cuming county is the best agricultural
county in the tute of Nebraska, be has
corn growing ten fet high, green and
flourishing-. Cabbage, with heads -of three
pounfi weight, and a great assortment of
all agricultural piodiacts raised en Cuming
county soil. Hia floaer beds, lawns aad
other sdjuncvt to srotperily are ia evidence.
AH the eld race men here say unanimously
that they never have seen prettier or more
l-eautlful entrances to any race grounds on
the circuit and furthermore bare never re
ceived aa good treatment and purer hospi
tality than has been extended to them
by the people Of West i-omu Summaries-.
Class, 2.24. pace, purse, S4:
Peter Hal. b. s. by Blue rial, W. L.
Hands, New-kirk. OkL) Ill
Brunswick, b. g., by Oaakell (W. L.
Stoora. Oklahoma ttrr. on t
Len Spenoi-r, b. g. by erry Wilkes
T. c. Warren. Sbeltoa. Neb.) XXX
BetFy Hal, b. m . by Hal B., tArlte
Frost, agent. Ptioenix, Ant) 4 4 4
Time: 2:24. X:J. 2 24.
Class 2.1a, trot, purse. 240ft:
Frank h. C-, by Cooraa tASdward
Pile, Lincoln, Neb.) Ill
Ktr.g Woodford, br. s.. by Woodford
Wilkes' William Zuluf. Fierce,
Neb ) XXX
King Lortn. blk. m.. by Lewis Wilkes
U. O. KarrKk. Pueblo, Colo.) 44
Time: 2:2a, 2:23. 2 lk.
Class X.iW. Toe, puree, S4M):
Knight ot Strathmore. ch. g-.. by
Twelfth Knight tArlie Frost, ag-ent.
Phoenix. Aria.) Ill
Major Gun, b. g., by Iowa Sentinel
U. O. Vronaa, Pboenix, Arts.) XXX
Asa Danforth, br. s., by Sphinx (F.
C. Avery, Hutchinson. Minn.) X 4 4
Harruska. br. a, by Karl AC iJ. O.
Karrk-k. Pueblo. Coio.) 4X1
Time: X:ls. X.la. l-Ui-
CAMBS 1 THB NATIONAL LEAGIE
I 14 e 4
4 4 I t
4 4 4
4 2 t
STRAIGHT HEATS IX CBEAT WEST
tVcere Carries Off BltJ Pacta Stake
wvlth Dlree Hal. St.
TTTtBE MATTE. Jnlv IS. Strairht fceaU
and fast finishes marked tbe second days
raeingT of the Great Western circuit SBeet
Ing. tSeere drove Direct Hal. Jr.. to win
first tnonev is lbs z:u pace, aui waa lira
bv Peter Pan to set a mark of I '-- Re
Trolling. XJ class, purse tl,K:
Fair Maiden. l:2r'a, h. m by Prince
of India-Butfalo Maid, by Jerome
Eddy llrMJig) Ill
vanell. 2:1th.. br. m. tGeera) XIX
Catnaia Geoi-se. b. a (Murphy) S X 4
Belie Ccllbert aad Madeie stanoa. time:
1:1? V X:l, 1:12.
Paclnar. z 11 ciaaa, purse ti.euv:
Direct HaL Jr. 2:14, b. a, by Direct
Hal-Regent, by Prince Regent
(Geerel ; Ill
May Day. I 14V b. ta. (Murpk)... XXI
Peter Pan. 2:12. b. g. (Chambers)... XII
Aahllne. 2 12-. a. g. tCummingal 4 4 4
Prince B. ann oscar w not star tea. lime:
1 n. i t-rr-i.
racint, t.-w class, purse we:
The Abbe. blk. by Cnimes-Nettla
King, wf ttamartne aving iuimii... I t 1
Andv N. J- 2 Ia-w. a. h. iCttavsnuura). X X 4
Hewjtauia. b. ta. (Pitieyl T T I
Kandy OnvaL i 171, g. g. Wlison).. 4 X X
Nettle MrEwaa. Pnnoe NorkeOe, Axme
and Pearl Pick started. Time: X. !.
ABAPAHOB LOtCa TO BEATERS
C4ksad wlat froaa OieMaa.
COEAD. Noh.i Jury 11. ffperla 1. V Coea 4
put it all ewer tbe Overton nine Wedoee
day in an exc!Tiig a-ama oa tbe home
grounds. The score of te 1 does not rep
resent the real character of tha game,
which w-as ckjee throughout, except in a
few spots. Overton gleaned seven hits,
while Ceaad got but five. Excellent fold
ing pulled the game through tor the home
team. Overton made Its only run on an
overthrow to third; otherwise they wouid
have beea completely shut out. coo re:
Ceaad 1 !! - SI
Overton a 0 t 4) 11 I 7
N Cweva Beats Crete.
GENEVA. Nek-. July IS. (Special Tele-
iram. r Geneva won from Crete in a hotly
contested rune, the feature being Miles'
pitching, he onry allowing tnree hits ana
keeping' them scattered- Score: HU E
Geneva 1 ! 12 4
Crete 1 J
atattertee: For (Aoneva, Miles autd curat;
for Creta. Wright and Amnaarmatv Strack
out: By Miles, t; by Wrujrm X Masse oa
balls: Oft Wright, L Hit with pitched bail:
By Wrifht, X.
HEAD XI BAT lb SCLIFSB BTAKB
CINCINNATI. O., July 15.-C'ncinnttl
knocked Curtlss out ot the box In tbe eeo
ood inning and woa easily. S to L fiucgs
was hit frequently, but kept the hits well
sca..terd. Ferguson pitched well. Mitchell s
home rua an the first Inning- with a man
on baae was trie feature. Gratia tn was
ordered off the field by Umpire Johnestone
for disputing a decision. Score:
CINCINNATI. - BOSTON.
li a.Ol.i. At H.O A K.
Btscber, If... I 2 I t tCaltlna, it. 4 4 14 4
ksaa. 2a 1 I 2 t tigrma. tk ... 4 2 4 1 1
Bublltart. lt. 4 t I 4 4ftharB, lb... 4 1 tt t 4
Mitchell, rl.. 4 2 4 4 Mat tar. rf.... 4 2 4 4 4
raatarL of... 2 4 2 1 eAfcbttrfcia. sat tt 1 t
tmener, tk.. 4 2 J 1 Be. f t 12 4 4
rLsaw. t t I eorsham, tw... 4 4 14 4
McAUHaa. aat 1 1 4 ekantew, e..t Site
tuaaa. .....! 1 t I tveiiv. k.l I I I I
Tetala 27 I 27 t eFWrraaos. .. 2 4 4 4 1
oeta 1 4 4 t e
. Tataav M 11 24 17
Bauedtor Ferguson in ninth.
Boston 4) 4 4 1 4 4 0 1
C incinnati X X 4) 1
Two-base hits: Bescher. Miller tSJ. Home
run: Mitchell. Hits: Off Curtisa, 4 in two
lnnisga; off Ferguson, 4 in six innings.
Sacrifice hits: Egan, McMillan, Raridea,
Beck, Paekert. Stolen baae: Poakert
Double plays: Sweeney to Shean; McMil
lan te Hoblitsel; Sharpe to Raridea to
Sweeney to Shean. Left en bases: Boston,
S; Cincinnati. 4. First base on balls: Off
Curtisa, X; off Ferguson. L Struck out:
By Suggs, 4. Passed ball: Rtriden. Wild
pitch: Sua-rs. Time: 1:3L Umpires:
Johnstone and Eases.
Plttsbwrs; Defeats Sew Tark.
PITTSBURG. July IS For the second
day in succession Pittsburg on from New
York, by having the winning run forced
tn by a baae oa baila, givea with tbe bases
full in the ntnth by Harmon 4. Score:
rlTTABt'Pt3. NEW TOKX.
AS H O A E. Ah.H.O.A.K.
Brme. St fill lSBeteraai. at. 4 t 4 t 4
Laa,-ef 4 tit VDurle. tk I 4 4 4
Ctarka, W.... 4 4 4 t Wbmh, at.... 4 12 4 4
Wassar, aa. I 12 4 iiMumr, rt..4 2 1 4 4
Flrna. Ik.... 4 1 t 4 tibrMwall. aa- 2 lit
Mck'snla, hi I I I tjr.ta. It.... I 2 4 2 e
W'lliwn. rf. 4 114 IMerkla, lk...l 1 I 1
MM, c 4 14 4 liMBm. ....! tltt
MaASol. S....4 44 fttkiat. c I a 1
er, .-.. I s 4 I ew inaa. s e e e
m ..u a a a a iiww 1 i e 4 e
CaauitiBu' ... 4 4 4 baraaeas. a- I 4 1 4
Tetala M 12 n M 2 Tetala .11 Ml I I
Bautted for Wilts In second.
None out when winning run was made.
Haa for White in ninth.
Pittsburg i x a a x a i i
New Tork .... 4 1 t7
Two-base hits: White, Brtdwell. Merkle.
Three-base hit: Byre. Sacrlfic hit: Wit
Mr. Sacrifice fly: Merkle. Stolen bases:
Clarke, Murray. Double play: Wagner to
McKreehnle to Flyna. First base on balls:
Off Maddoa. 1: off Leever. X: off White. X;
off Raymond, X. Struck out: By Maddoa, !
1; by White. 4. First tmse on error a:
Pittsburg, 1; New Tork. X. Left on bases:
Pittsburg, 7; New York, 2. Hita: Off Mad
doa. X la on and one-third inning. ,
SEBIIAIKA STATU B ACE CLOSE
,4144 eH.rtlirt, .
.4141 tMaTvixii, t... I
.4 4 4 1 ffti h-au a I
Mr-tlirna, p.. l
Tsaala tt t rt If e
1 2 e 1 a i -a
Aiuwnusee . lt44)t a
Stolen bases: Ma see. llaghes tT. Sacri
fice hila: 11 off man. Pickarma. Two-bane
hita: M. Charles, lrwis. Three-base kits:
Pickering tX. Mchardt. trouble flaya:
IU4Hnson to Aiagee to Howard. Rot.iesa
to Howard, struck tt: Bv Haila. 2: by
tM-hardt. 2. Bases on belle- Off Srtiar.lt. I; .
off Mct.lynn, . Hit by pl:rhed ball. Picser.
ln- Viild pilch: Kcharut ts: Oif
hardt. C In four inntngw: off McGlvnsi
in fur Innings. Left on bases: Looisrtfln.
: Milwauke. 4. Bait: Scl.ardu Time: li.
Uonpires: Chill and Guthrie.
Glase la ttlwgr.
INDIANAPOLIS. July li. Glass allowed
but three 1 ita aad the locals son. Scare:
INWANAPOl.lt. KANKAt TTT.
AB M. OAK AB H OA F.
ObsaVrB, dill eshaaoon. If 4 1 14
Otrre. tm ... 4 4 2 2 Kartrf, H... 4 4 I a
Mar4an. rl.. tie sMsmar. Ik... 1 4 t I a
twrr. lb 1 7 4 lUm. 2k 4 t !
tlehaaur. If 4 1 2 4 eSiBaet. It .. 4 til
Hf !., r I I t 1 VJuia. e 4 1 I t t
Vurrh. tk . . . 4 2 I 1 ftwrbwa, aa. .1114 1
U'iiliaana. t. I 1 I I ifrvwi, la.-. I a I a
Ciaaa, a 114 2 utaMia, e.. I 4 1 e
CWtwseH, a.. 4 4
Twtala -IT t 23 I I
Totala At t 24 IS 1
Indiantpo'lt t 4 , 2 1
Kansas City -4)
Tw-o-base hit: Murch. Three liaae Mi.-
Chadboume. Shannon. Struck nat: liv
Giaae, J; by Riandotn. L Hita: Off Braa-
"m, t in ix and one-third lnninara; oTf
Campbell, 2 tu two and two-third Innings.
cases oa pane: OTT Ulase. I: off ItrmniVr.n
X. Time: 1:4k Imp'tei: Owens and Ita
Mlaaeapolls W las Agrala.
COLUMBUS. July lu. MianeaooliB took
a third straight game from CelaraiHii to
day. to . Rosamaa s hitting virtually
decided the ream it la both the fourth and
seventh innings the winners did net make
a start until after two were out. Dart
lint, secured from WUkesharre la a tsade
for (juinlan, did effective work. Quintan
has refused to report te Wllhesbarre until
a salary dispute as settled. Score:
AB. H.O A. B. AS B O-A X.
O-Nalll. ct... t 1 eO'Ksarka. 2fc. I t 4
AlUav. as ... 4 til 4HiBiniaai. It 4 1 24
Oawtlh. 4 ill eOBBasvitoB. itl I 1 I I
W aliama. 2k. 4 1 1 I vlwa na. lk 4 12 4
Roaamaa. ill I I I Matiima;, tx.. 4 2 2 1
rarrla, tk.... t III ItKtawU. tf.... 2 4 1
Olll. It I 1 t t tWratuai, as.. 2 1 1 t 1
Cu, c. ... 4 t 1 tArbusvl. c... I 4
rxaw, a. t 1 t asitaaa, i... I t t e
IWcAaid, 1 s
Tetata a U27U1
Tatala D I D I i
Columbua 1 2 4 4 -
Minneapolis 4X1X S-f
Sacrlfloe hit: Wratura. Sacrifice fly.
Congallon. Two-baee hits; Hinchmse.
Downs, Roasman, erria. Tfa ree-ba.se hits:
Cravath, Roaamaa. First base oa- balls:
Off Sltton, 2; off Fiene. L Strutlt out: By
Sitton. 2; by Fiene, a. Hit by pitched bail:
By Packard. Fiene. Hits: Off Sirtea. S In
seven innhigs; off Packard. X In Jvt in
nings. Passed talla: Arbogast. Owens.
Time: 1 45. Umpires: Hayee and Ferguson.
BIG AERO MEETAT HARVARD
Fifty Tkaaaaal Dollars la Parses At
tracts I.eadlBs- Aereplaatete
f tha Wan-Id.
CAMBRIDGE. Mast., July IS. An aero
nautical meet to be beid at Soldiers' field
from September X to 12, will be the greatest
contest of Its kind ever attempted la
America, aooordlng te the plana of the Har
vard Aeronautic society, which are now
The offering of prises a arrears tiii about
ITO.ttit has proved a tempting bait to avia
tors. . These professionals will eoncost:
Glenn H. Curusa, Charles F. WiUlard.
Charlea Hamilton. Count De Lessen, WU
iam HUliard and Messrs. Johneoa and
by Pane of Glass
Kill Lena Fhillipi of Setr Tork
Meets Death Pecnliax
NEW TORK. July, IS. Aa accident oa us
ing the death of a young woman ooc-artwd
ber today wrhea a sheet of window glass
Accidentally knocked from Its frame, fell
rive stories and killed Miss Lena Phillips.
She w-as almost decapitated. Tha pAoe at
giant, which became unfastened while selnf
washed, tailed obliquely through tha atr
and slanted talnri the neck ot Miss
Phillips, who was walking oat the street
rrestdeat Slevrrs Polats to It as
GRAND ISLANil. Neb, July IS (Special.)
President Henry attevers points to tbs
raos of the Nebrasa State league at the
closest la Its base ball. There it not a
team in tbe league which has not still
the chance of winning or finishing close to
the top. and the distance between the
kaaders and the tailenders is leas than Uikt
of any of the other letLguea. the standing ot
which is of interest In this aertlua of the
country. Ia the State leaia-us the receipts
of the Fourth of July games were pooled
and the preslient has Just sent out fcf-a
te oach club. There Is every Indication that
toe various clubs wtl pull through the en
tire season and that the matter of reorgani
saooa for 1U will be taken up early la
Th Key ta th Bltuatiaa Bee W ant Ads.
Derby Wlaaer autd bell Cowr Ftalaih
eta Evea TeraBS,
BANDOWN PARK. England. July 15.
The Avdipse stake of Vo.4 BuvereiaTit for
I axd e-year-olda, distance one nule and
tme-ouarter, waa rua here today. It wat k
spisodMl rsos. and resulted in a dead hsat
kwtweea the Derby winner, Learibeig, arid
. . . , r, . ."veil uwen, . wum - itF
- .w j Amertran Jockey. Placiaus nrird IMrd
Th ataaes were aivkted. fls noreee ran.
The Oreat Kiantui, s-year-oid piata of
St sovereigns, for 1-year -oils, distance five
f uilonga, was won by H. P. Whitney t
Teavaa. Five te T
BEAVER CITT, Nek- July IS. (Special
Teiagrem.) la the first game ef the chsa
tauqua base ball tournament Bester City
defeated Aratmaee, X to X. This glvee
Beaver City a long lead la the county
battariee: Arapahoe, Lull. Lallan an and
Green; beaver City. Regor and Werner.
Hits: Arapahoe, 2; Beater City, A Tbe
other games af th toaraaraaet will be
Beaver City with Edisoa. iNtturday; Haad
ley. Monday; Hoibroufc, Tua-oa ; Lebanon,
Wndneedar; Aranatkoe. Friday.
lte ehautsamua etieaed here thla after
aoua wltk aa att4mdaace of Leu, the aarar
ect first day's atiuanaanoa aa the circuit.
C. M. Mayne. state eecrrtary of tin l'our
Mee e Chrtetiaa naswruuion. aad Superla.
tendeat C Ax K.rg'it are la eara-.
White City aad Calbaaa
Flay fo Faroe
For a aide bet of goodly praportioa tbe
Whits City Ramhlers will pay the favt
uun of Calheua at that towa eunoay at
lerBooa. Tbe bet. which ka at stake, is oat
ef the lara-wet thai have been hang up fur
amateur game la tills saclHia tor a long
tana. Karboakl. who woa tea straight
gaiax. will Ae the twirling for th White
PRESENTS FOR RAILROAD MEN
H. at. Me Hark, Who Sold I ate rest la
Teaaa Llae, Gives Tear's aalarr
to Old Baaploree.
WACO. Tex, July li. H. K. Mcltarg. af
Stamford. Conn., who recently sold his
holdings is the Texas Central railroad has
notified the present anaaAgsment that b
will give a year's salary te ell employee
whs had beea In the service of tha read
for 24 years. In addition I this gift every
conductor, agent, brakeman, and porter oa
tha entire line of almost SW miles will re
ceive a month's salary.
Th Key la th Sltuatloo Be Want Ada.
. . a i ...
772e New Summer
High enough to look well low enough to
feel well Plenty of room for tie to slide in
IS cents ech 2 for 25 cent
, Makan. Terr. N. Y. ARROW CtTTV Cawtt
aae leaneasee borsemaav
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