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    i THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY JULY 22, 1910. '
Denver Moves Up Ahead of Sioux City; Omaha Passes Des Moines; Athletics Were Defeated
OMAHA' POLLS' rJ)0VS SIODX
Second Victory from ' Indians Drops
Them from First Race.
EOUEKES PUT OINQEIt IN PLAY
Devle, Kan; TksftitM' d Merlarlty
Wallop Iowa Brand of nail Tat
l r, Vvmmm aad
Mdtaa. ..
Omihi, 10;.BIou Cty, S..
Omaha toV anpiher from Slous. City Yf
terdoy, batting to-eitaher out of th bo
and dropping. the 'Indians to second place
In the leatfi. " , ' "
In the -1rni' Inning 'the 'Roerliee took n
four runs and all through, had things their
own way. After, the vlfltor had been re
tired In one-two-three order Davis, the flrat
batter for. Omaha, line .it a two-bagger.
Corridon bit and-Flnon sacrificed J)bvIb
to third and i'orrtdon'ti Yocond. Kane was
next and , with a rtiight; three-timer dut
aitalnet ttje cepfeiv. 'fjeld ..fence brought In
Davie and Corridon. i, Moffcarlty followed
with a single, scoring Kana, and waa hm
' aelf brought Irt on a two-ban hU by Welch.
Everyone baited In Hie first, . !
In the third Moilarlty, after reaching flrt
on Qulllln'a erro and eecond, on a throw
to third, was brought hpnieon a single by
Welch. ,,- :
The Visitors md their first run In the
fourth oh a' hrtebgef y" Qulllln, fol-j
lowed by a long to 'center by Fenlun.
Davis brought In another .fqf the .locals In
the fourth. v lie aent out a drive to right
field for two bases, vas. sacrificed to third
and came In on a balk by Freeman.
On a three-Das hit by Thomson and three
errors by AIouk 'City,' Orriaha gathered In
three more In the lift Ix. Another In the
seventh was the last ' In the seventh, Sioux
City also took In on, but waited until the
ninth for the fina,rrelvH. 3 Miller walked
and went to third pn a, double by Neigh
bors. Hartman ittppfg. Ja warm one don
past second for single,' scoring Miller and
Neighbors, llartmah came in on single
by Stem. Score: 1 '
J OMAHAi " ,
ABV R."H. PO. A.
Davis, cf. ......
Corridon, sr..
Flood, lo
1 I 3 0
Kane, lb..
Morlarlty Itf,(l..v,4.i1
Thomson. If. .....6 1
Welch, rf, 0 2
Cadman. V.i f T1" i
Hollenbeck, p 1 0
' -l-.il r.-
Total., Wj ,J0 12
v . .,-. SIOUX CITr.
AB. H. H. PO.
..S O 0 0
A.
0
0
s
0
' 0
js.
Andreas, 1ft" . . . .
atem, lb
gulllln, Sb..,,...
Penlon. Ifv..4.
.. i 0
Myers, rf ....'....- 4 1
Miner, c.,.. .;- .1
Hartman, ss..v.v .. V . Ill
Hammond, p..Tr..:-,V.-.' f 0'-0t 01. r
reriitmi, y p.'.i.v.w v v a a'
McLean, a.iH,....v.,J 0, OJO. I
.Welch ...U...jf tt.lfi 0 L.1 0
11 1
Batted for McfksrrMn ninth.
Omaha . .t- t ';
Buns' ....4 0 1110 10 10
Hits 4 0 I I I 1 1 -l.
feloux City
Buna t 0010 0-108-8
Hits " '..'..'.".0 T 0 1 0 111 110
Two-baBfl hits: rav'.'-VTel(,4t,",Mvri,
Kane, Neighbors. Thrt;ti-paa tittg''. Kane,
Thompson, Wulllin. First base trl balls:
Oft HoDMihecky ,: sf ( itfsoman.-J. Struck
out: By-r.!Holldhr)ii'kiV t; .lr.. .f'reeman, S.
Left on bv.es Omahj 'S; Hldui City, T.
touble- piays: Corridon to.Jlpod to Kane;
Flood to Corridon to Kane. H.t with p t(hl
ball: By Hammond, 1. ' Stolen bases' Flood,
Cadman, Hum. (Wur1lo. hits: Corridon,
Flood, Morlarlty, KcnjQn, Umpires; Stern
berg and park. T,rrie LSS.
. . ' otes of 'the tsaime. '
Today Is ladles" day.',' . "
The Bourkes played an errorless game.
Keeley and O'Toolewdl be In the box
today.
Corridon; ' Flood 'nd Kane ' took In . two
more doubles. , .
Hallenbeck had fine support from begin
ning to end.
81a errors were halked up against tho
Eloux City lads.
Sioux City mad e xt the ten hits In
tne iaat tnree iiuius. -
Hammond ptU'hodM only four men. Free.
man lastwl untH ,'fae- 'seveptn... McLean
,.J .'.l.i ......
Kane 'caiucw'aiU.,.". He lpade four hits
in five timerf tiiwn suikiiea, a two-bsgger
and a thiee-baggor.
H. Welch of flotix City", who holds quite
a reputation as a Hitter; batted for McLean
In the, ninth, but went to tirst on balls,
The game ycuterday changed the position
of botti HlouK city and Omaha. The
Kourkes mined tip a notch and Sioux City
was arivon 01: in top ct tne lauaer.
LINCOLX t, i)KPKA,T CUAB1P8
atttnw, lUr, lai Sixth Brlna In
t tVrTlt.X" V.., .luW 91 t Unnln Aa
tested Lea Muiuea ioluy, 6 to 4, by virtue
or a batting rally in tne siKtn inning, which
netted two runs. ' tioiri' tntehers were ul u
but wereaucoi jau pei,fc . support. Tne
-JJ UNCOIL.
' AB. It. II
o.
s
11
It
A.
Jude. If
Gagnler, as..,.
Cole, cf
Cobb, rf
Cockman," tt,.
V
I
1
0
'6
0
0
1 '
8
avtv J
..Hi.. 4
A nomas, 10
WeldensauL io..v
tr -. . .. . 1 ' y
3
X
1
"vx,. p..r,.4;.A. I
TotsJa.,,..., i i
T 3; ' 14
. 3 i.jjw Uomm.
' ' AB, IV H. O.
Bader,' rf.. 4.1-1 0
Coiligan, 1 1
Curtis. lf....v t 1 n,
Lnvyer, lb.,...... ..... 4 ?o 1 1
Mattick, cf. 4 0 1
Maholf. iu., a 1
Davis, ss..... .v... 4 ' 0 f 0
C'lemnions. C.......J, J I 1 V 3 9,
Williams l ll tl)
Hersctie, p 0 V U
Totals ...J 4 4 U 9
Williams batted' for Clemmon In . the
ninth. ; t". . i. v - ' J
Lincoln .i.$....M,-.?X O f 0 0. 3 0 0 -3
1S Moines... 4-,i.. :.. "1 1 4 8 V v u o 4
Two-base hits: Cobb, CoLkmun, Thomas,
Bader, btoieii buces,. cuautuii, .Mellon.
bacntice tnta:v tu 0,' j'lvm, itouoid
plays: CoUiguu to un te "uwyer; .Ual-
llca to Heracue ii (."'"tua to ClatiMlioiis.
barnud itiual...Llilcuiii, .; lH'S jiuhh-b, I.
Lett on bane: UliuUlu, a: AJes Moilics, 4.
feliucH ouy liy f ox, V; by lieni.u, 4.
aase on bitU: Oft ; off lierscue, 4.
Vvi.U pl.cu: " iVav luiirf Law. L'nipil'va;
bpencvr and flyntj1. i-' t -
t ; i ,' . , i
OaUTS TWO UO.Vi;HS AD I.OSklS
4
St. Joaeph Ituas Over ' Wlrklta, ' Ten
. . tt Til
WlCH'T; lisit.. , wuiyt 'iit Two" UOtr.o
runs V.erv all li.-t based Vklcmta now
being snui ut by at.jjMpira pla ing
ai:u liiiico luuiufc lyuay, . Score; i
- . At iOJHt'A. v,
All. it. H. U. A.K.
Belden,- If.
aliudu'lon,T.
Claue, s
Hughes, th
Kovrner. lev
1'etugrew, rf. ..
...Ml. . U . U 1
0
9
2
2
. 1 .
U
4
0
v-
9 1
- U 2
9 9
1
1
... 4
... 4
...
Waauriil. .... ....... ,4
Jokeist, ot. .'... ,...x 4 a0
s
1
Duiham. pv a vl
Hi
Totals. !." ,.,;'. 8
14 8
11. if. D A .
1 .1,4 0
Powell. If. .-,..,.. 6
3 0
Jones, lb T. ,."., ;.i . 'U
Mo.'he5neycf... J ., 1 1 .4
0 0
Corhan, sa. -....'.,..'.. 3 1 - I '"O 4 1
Relllv. SK 4"4 1- 1 r--S.-"4
ur, rf 3 10 10
STANDING OP: THE, TEAMS.
WEST. LEAOL'E. I NATL. I.RAOUR.
W.L, Pet I W.I,.Prt.
Denver S2 Chlcaai M T
Hloux City.. M 32 New Tork. . . 15 H .570
Lincoln 50 37 Mfi Pittsburg ...4S M .W
Wichita .....47 M .Sf. Cincinnati . .4? 40 .MI
Pt. Joseph.. .37 "I .'3 Phila 3S 40 .47
le Moines. M .1" Ht. Un a 37 4R .41
Omaha ro .4ri Hrooklyn ,...st .4)5
Topeka U ,33 Bodton M 51 .?M
AM Lit. LKAOt'R. I AMER. ASSN.
W.LPct W.KPct.
Phlla. SS .:Mlnneapollg..5 :l .HZ
Nfv Vork...4 31 .11I St. Paul 56 89 ,5M
Boston 50 3i ,I2I Toledo 63 40.570
retrolt .;....44 40 .MiKn. City. ...45 46 .5"0
Cleveland ...31 42 . tl'lolumbus 41 48 .41
Wnsh 13 41 Milwaukee ..40 51 .4V)
Chicago 32 43 .1'IridlanspollS..Jf .T .3"7
Ht Ivouls 24 64.3(NLouisvllle ...14 W .30
NBBi LKACMJK. "l MIN1C LEA O Vi? .
W.L Pct I .. W.LPct.
Fremont M 25 .SrClarlnda 0 .B4- 4
Gr. Island. ..33 27 .550 Neb. City. .1.81 2 .5,4
Htiperlor ....32 l .5'W Kalis Cltv....2 H .frO
Heward ..,...! 30 .5WlAuburn ...... T M .fl
Ktarnev ,...30 3-: .47 Hhonandoah 2S 31 itt
Huntings' ....23 32 . 47 Mary villo ...ilii .ibd
fTrtliimtius ...27 34 . 44:(
Red Cloud ...24 31 .42H
Yeaerdr'a ' Hrsalte. ;'
WESTERN LEAOUK. '' ' 1
Sioux City, 6; Omaha. 10.
Des Moines, 4; Lincoln 5. 1 , A
m. Joseph, 10; Wichita, 2. v-
Topeka, i; Lenver, 8. ,- V
AMERICAN LEAdeE. -V .
Cleveland, 1; Washington, 8.
ChicaKo, S; Phlladelpnia, 2.
8t. Louis, 2; New York, 19,
Letrolt, 0; Uoston, 4.
NATIONAL LEAUCE.
Brooklyn, 1; Pltisburg. 6. Hecond game,
Brooklyn, 0; Pittsburg, 7. ...
Boston, 0; Chicago, I.
New York, 0; Ht. Louis, 2. "
Philadelphia, 3; Cincinnati, I. '
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
Kansas City, I; Columbus, 4.,
Mliwsukee, 6; Toledo, 0.
MlnnegpollK, t; Indianapolis, 2.
St. Paul, 4; Louisville, 3. '
NKBHA8KA LKAQL'E.
Fremont, i; Superior, 1.
Seward, ; Red Cloud, 2.
Columbus, 3; Hastings, 4. (Twelve In
nlngs -. - ,
tirand Island. 2; Kearnev. 1.
MINK LEAGUE.
Shenandoah, 1; Maryvllle, 8.
Auburn, '!; Falls City, t: f
Nebraska City, 6; Clarlnda, 4. ..
Games Tqgar.
Western League-Sioux City at Omaha,
ls MoIiks at Lincoln, St. Joseph at
Wichita, lopeka at Denver.
American League Cleveland at Washing
ton, Chicago at Philadelphia, Bu Louis at
New York, Detroit at l!pton.v.j i.A 1
National 'League Phlla4dph!' at Cincin
nati, Boston at Chicago, 'Nef York at St.
tLouis. t ' . kj 7' .' ..t
1 American Association Kansas City- at Co
lumbus, Milwaukee, at JCaJediiLinBBapolls
at Indianapolis, St. Ittul at LoulsVllle.
Nebraska State League Columbus at
Hastings, fieward-'' at Red Cloud, Fremont
at Superior, Kearney . at Grand Island.
Mink League Shenandoah at Maryvllle,
Clarlnda at Nebraska City, Falls City at
Auburn.
Frambee, c.
Manske, p. ,
.. 4
.. 2
kl ' S
0 0'
Totals 34 10 10 27 11 2
Bt. Joseph 0 S 1 0 0 1 0 0 610
Wichita 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 t
Left on bases: 8t. Joseph, 4; Wichita, 4.
Sacrifice hits: CorHan. Rellly. Manske.
Two-bsse ,hlts: Claire, Koerner, McChes-
ney, cornan. Home run : Jones (2), Clairs,
Durham. Stolen baser ' Mlddleton. Double
plan Corhan to Fox to Jones. Struck out:
By Durham, 4; by Manske, 2. First base
on balls: Off Durham, C; off Manske, S.
Timer . 1:50. Umpire: Haskell.
DENVER
TAKES
THE
LEAD
Step tip Akaal of itoux
City by
DTXVER.- JtilV 21. Denver .,-aron . .from
Topeka today,. to- S, by tleneryhHtlhg and
snappy base running and took first place
In thtperoentage table.. "Qlmstead reeetvqd
iii-eieu nuppuri: ocore:
TOPEKA.
AB. R
4 "
H. O. A.
- r o
Walsh, Sb
4 I
3 1
0 2
Q . 1
3
Rellly, ss
Thomason. If..
.... 4
.... 4
4
3
3
a
2
0
-1
:.j..-.iit
0
0
1
2
2
4
4
1
0
Landreth, rf....
Abbott, lb
1 -
White, 2b
Kerns, o
Harris, p
Jackson, p
Holes, o
Totals .....1
8, 24 '17.
DENVER.
AB. R. H.
O.
4
2
2
0
11
1
2
6
0
A.
6
1
S
2
. 0
0
0
1
1
Lloyd, 2b....
Waldron, If
6
0
to
... 3
k..'8
2
...31
1
1
2
2
0
1
1
.0
1
2
8
2
3
3
2
0
Cranston, ss
Dolan, 3b
Lindsay, lb
Beall. cf
Cassidy; rf.... ...
McMurray, o
Olmstead, p
Totals .......
8 13 27 . 15
Topeka J. 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 02
Denver 0 0 0 2 1 1 1 3 8
Stolen bases: McMurray (.1), Lindsay (2).
Cranston, Cassldy, Waj;Vl.v Two-base hits:
inoretn, AnDott. watarow. Home run:
WalBh. Sacrifice hits: McMurray, Olm
stead, Abbott, Lindsay. Passed ball:'Kerns.
Struck out: By Olnibtead, 3; by Harris, 3;
by Jackson, 3. Base on balls: Off Olm
stead, - 1; off Harris, 1; off Jackson, 2.
Double plays': Waldron to McMurray,
Cranston to Lloyd to Lindsay, Lloyd lo
Lindsay. Left on bases; Denver, 6; Topeka.
4. Hits: Off Harris, HMnfht Innings; off
Jackson, 4 4n two Innings. Tiroes 1;&0. I'm'
plre: Mullen. . a-
THREE-t
l.KAt;l
RESULTS
Danville, Peoria, aj.j.-i-!a sad
Dloomlnaioa Witt.
DANVILLE, ill.. July 21 -Spectacular
fielding and clever, base running, won the
game tooay lor Ajanviuo. ecore: n.ii.n.
Danville U 3 0 o O 1 1 0 6 6 1
Waterloo 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 03 4
Batteries: Loomls and Wolfe; Patton and
Harrington.
PEORIA,- Ul , July Jl. Hovlik allowed
hut two hits and Peoria won the first game
from DiivoiiDort. 2 to 1. Pcort. ' . R.H.E.
Peoria 01001000 02 8 4
Davenport 0001000V 01 2
. Bstterlee; Hovilk and Jacobs; Nelson
and Wolfe.
HPRINGFIELD. 111., July 21.-Longer alid
better hitting won the rirst game or the
neries for Springfield, SiKire;: . H.H.E;
Springfield J.... i 0 4 9 I 3 0 V 0 8 8 1
1 Ubuquo y 9 0 i 0 0 0 0 0-2 4 1
Batteries: Hamilton, Mlddleton and Hart
ley; i sber and iSouuhet.
ilLOOMINOTON. 111., July 21 Bloom
ing'.oii not five of lis seven hits' in two
luinniis and each hit scored A run. Rock
Inland whs shut out. Score: ft 11 K.
BloomlnKton 0 0 0 3 2 0 0 0 -6 7 2
Hock l.sjaud 00000009O 0 6 0
Latteries: Davidson and Nunamiiker;
Cavet and O'Leary. v
ItAVILV AM) WILLIAMS WINXEHS
rioy I.eaaT Line Of Contestants la tea.
olatloa Doable.
Itayley and Williams fought their way
from the semi-finals In the consolation
doubles, through the finals and became
winners of the aeries In two matches Wed
nesd.iy. The first game, or the one ln tho
semi-finals, they won over Adams and
beckctt in 0-3, t 3; and the second one was
over Mot. ague and Htick lu the fiual. the
score being 0-1. b-10, 0-4.
iioth muichc were hard ones and were
rlon, Lut the couple played f ile lentil
all through and piirsevervd to win. Kay
ley playi-d a fine, net game and Williams
a fliic game back on tne court, and a a
team they worked finely together.
t'roases Want fjaroe.
'The 3. Cross hose ball team would like
to book games iili any fast amateur team
on the folluv!rg dutes Jutv 31, August 14,
21. i September 11, 18. !5, October 3.
The. nine would especially like to nrrauKe
R. Hues with the Americans and HurliiiKlou
Heil ffcix. Address all ccnnnunlcatlona to
Kd A. Kaiser, manager, S'T t'orby street,
telephone, Visicr tM after :J9 p. tn. -. 1
"Jimmy" O'lloarke Kpeerhleaa.
COLUMBIA. O., July 21 "Jimmy"
O'Rourka, third baseman -of 'the' Col union
American association nine, who was. hit
In the head yexierday ny a pitched bull
by 'Vinegar" Bill Ki-slck of the Kansas
City. nine, is still speechlese at Orant hoe-
plial. ' .
BROWN PITCHES FINE BALL
Chicago Takes Opener from Boston,
Three to Nothing.
STEINTELDT LEADS WITH STICK
Cabs Make All Their Scores In Sixth
Inalna; and Drive) Froplc from
the Blab Two Three.
Bnga-ers.
CHICAGO, July 21-Brown pitched a bril
liant game against Boston toda', winning
me opener. 3. to 0. Stelnfeldt led In the bat-
ung witn two singles and a triple In three
umes up. -rock was hammered from the
slab In the sixth, when the Cubs scored atl
their runs. Score:
(-H1CAUO. BOiTON.
AU.H.O.A.g
, n..." s 0
:vra. lb. .. 4 lit oootiins ir.... 4 0 t 0
h.rkrit, i 1 0 0 esnan. lb 4 1114
lorman, lb.. I 0 14 0 OShnrpa, lb.... 4 1 10
Iftaumont, cf 4 oMlllr, H....4 0 10 1
vpi,
8
Hofmi
HM,,r
steinteidt,'. Ik. I I S tAbb'tlchla. 'sa 4 111 I
i I : v"r- " ! I i
Kiin. e I 1 4 1 8enr, is.. I tl o
Brown, p....f I 0 I OFrock, p I s I 0
1 p.,.. v m imran&m. i 1 i u
Totals 515 Mmrte o
Knisr .... 1004
Toui. 51551
Batted for Frock In the seventh
Batted for Burke In tha ninth. 1
Chlcaao aaaaaiaa l
Bh 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o-o
iwo-base hit: Beck. Three-haae hits: I
Dl.L..lJl C I. . . 1 . ,11. r . . . 1 1
, oiiuii-. nin; rrocK, o in
six innings; off Burke. 0 In two Innings.
Sacrifice hit: Hofman. Double play: Tinker
10 t-vers to ttorman. Lrt on bases: Chi-
". . uoeion. v. tiase on bans: urrining m slower tim-
r rocK. 1: orr MurKe. 1: off Brown. 1. Htrurk I
out; By Brown. S. time: 1 -.40. Umpires;
Klem and Kane.
Poor Fieldlnsr Beat. CI..I...4I.
pimpi watt m u eiin- ,..
Cincinnati and rather otinortuna hlttino- hvlwlnn,nt heats In 1:154.
Philadelphia allowed the latter to win to- I
aajr. rkore: I
"".. v...v....
Thomu, of... 4 010 DBeKher. it... 4 ' ' l' 0 i
Knaba, lb.... I 10 1 0R(an, Sb 10 18 0
Tltsa. rf 4 1 3 0 OHoblltaal, lb. I 0 10 1 0
Miih, if.... 4 3 3 0 OMitcbeii, rf.. 4 l o o o
Grant. Ih 111ft APaabaH t I A I a A I
. a i i s opaaken, of... o I o o
'Jlii SJSES; "..I
.403 OMrMin.n, ill 0 I M
-1-2 o"pS: l'".) I I l
Ji w 17 10 t'Miiiw , 1 0 0 0 0
uTt..1. i! I IXES: ,b::. till
P'tn, o 4 o i OMrMitun, ul 0 I 4 i
: ' " v . -'i . vi, .as v m v V 1
Jawrv, p.
i WI4 4
tHat3 - f - .I..L . t
Phlladelohla 11.10oAft nl
Cincinnati o A a o n n n a ft"nKI- '.
Three-base htt: Beseher: Hrts: Off Rnwtn
10 In six innings. Base cn balls: Off Moore,
and Brennan,
k.iim ui.i. x- r
T T.nms Tnitf n h.ii- .k.
tors sareiy throughout and received excel-
i?m support, eoore:
T. ifui. NEW tork.
Hugglna, 3b.. 4 0 3 ' OSnodgraaa. If. 4' 2 3 0 i
Kllia, If 3 3 1 0 0 Dot la. tb 1 0 0 0 1
iaa, CI A V IIFiatonar, 1D..1 V 1 V 01
KnnM.h, lk. a a 11 n a..n,..d' . a a .
Bvana, rf 8 oil oMun-ajr. ' rt.V. 4 0 3 0 o
MowrV'. H I K 'ik:: I
Haaaar, aa.... i 1 1 -4 jMarkla, lb.... I 0 10 0
eaiiea, p.. .
1 0 0 8 0M;an, 3 o 3 I 0
Totala M 7 17 1 IDrucka. o.. 0 0 0 0 0
Bchlal 1 0 0 0 0
.
. , . . .. -
ivuil . a I. a a
"i .or rrnujo m me eiKiim.
i. i.iuis , o v o o o o I 0 2
bw low 00000000 001
Two-base hits: Snodarass. Ellis. Mowrev.
Three-base hit: Mowrev. Bases on balls:
VII W Jlte..2: .off Sallee- 2.. Struck out:
By"Sallee. lily Wlltse, "1: by' Druoke.
ma. vi t lYiiiBt, o hi seven innings: on
Drucke, 1 In one Inning. Time: 1:40. Um-
pires: Klbler and Emslle. .
Plttabiri Takea Two.
DfWCDrTOrl T , . l m TM. ......
took both tlmill of 1 foilhla.haa1ae aaalli,
' . A fcVJ. .Ul. ,1, rillDUUn I LHIH V
from
run
Score, first game:
, PITT. BURG. HROOKLYN,
: AB.H.O.A.g. AB.H.O.A.B.
Bvrna. lb 110 1 ODalton. rf ... 4 0 10
1 Laaeh, cf 4 I 3 ODaubart, lb.. 4 3 11 0 0
Cltrk.. It..:. 4 1 f 0 OWhaat, It 4 13 0 0
tX . jr a. 1 a 1 a (lHumm.l .k . 1 k
Flynn
lb.... a is (.uavmaon, tr 4 0 1 0 0
Wllaon. rf
4 0.1 0 (Lennox, lb... 4 114 0
Oltiaon, a..'... 4 1 11 0 0 8ml tit, at
McK'hnla, lb I 1 I I 0B.rn, a
.... I
0 0 10
.3 0 0 0
Camnita, p... 10 0 1 0rwln
p...l o o orwiii. e......o 0 3 0 0
AJraaau, p A 1
Totala
Totala 13 ( 4 11 ' l
RattAd for Tturknr ln fifth.
Pittsburg 1 0 2 1 1 0 0 0
""""'" avwwvuvu V 1
.nu-uuo "in., .-.j un, uauuin, uannra.
Three-base hits:. Bryne, Gibson. Base on
rrit'M bV1 ssssrs: ! "isss
1:40. iimpires: Johnstone and Kaston.
' ""K"-n . . ukoo' . '
Byrna, lb I 0 0 I ODalton, rf.... 4 0 t 0 0
Laach, af 4 10 oDanbart, lb.. 4 1 4 1.0
-ia,raa, ii.,..a a a v vwnaat, U....4 1 0 0 0
Waanar. aa... a 111 uHummel. lb., a Ilia
Kiynn, lb.... 4 ll o oMurch, ef....4 l I l o
Wllaon, rf....l 0 3 0 oLannox, lb... 4 1 I 0 0
o"on. a 4 I I 0 OSmlth, aa.... 4 0 4 0 V
.. "L' SI1 J i i .w,Tkni ! MS!
Ws'UVP 3 0 0 4 Whalm, p.. 3.1 1 I 0
t-Knatanar, p.. 1 th 0 0
. Totala I 11 31 10 0
' Totala 14 1 14 13 0
Pittsburg 0 0 1 O 4 0 1 1 7
Brooklyn 0 9 9 9 9 9 0 0 00
-two-base nits: Leacn (2), Clarke, Dau
ber t. Three-base hits: Wheat, Krwln. Home
run: L,eacn. liases on oaua: (Jir wtlhelra
2; off Knetser, 2. Struck out: By White.
:; hy iiiiiii, l; oy ivnetzer, 2. Time: 1:36.
empires: .bason and Johnstone.
LAY PLANS FOn AUTO RUN
Omaha Motor Clob Will Hold Contest
la Aaiatl
Tentative nOana for the first armua.1 en
durance run of the Omaha Motor club were
made public yesterday. While the date for
the run has not been definitely decided, It
will begin on a date close to the middle
of August and will continue for three days.
In the course ot the run a part of south-
western Iowa and the eastern half of Ne-
braska will be traversed.
According to present plana the first
day of the test win carry tne contestants
a.cMf
will spend the night, covering a distance of I
approximately am mues curing mi oay. 1 ne
Crete and Howard, with the aton for tha
night at Kearney. This day's run will
total Zlb miles. 1
lElZXFc 5
.rerf n tha third rtv win h. ahnut .o,..i
to that of the second. -
The board of directors of the Motor
utomoMe deaTeri' of "'the' cUy w... m.A.
at 1 o'clock on riday arternoon at the of-
. .... v. ii. A,nmnhii. . ..
the corner of Nineteenth and Farnam
strets to nertect further the plans for the
.... iJn. h.r h...in... h... ..in V.
selected at this meeting, the car which
will act as patnrinder ror the run and
which will. It Is expected, cover the pro-
posed route or tne tour Monday or l ues
day of next week.
Tale Stadeat Wlas Shoot.
PHILADELPHIA. July 21. George
Dlinmocli, Jr., of Ll Isabel h, N. Y., a Tale
student and a member of the Vale dun
emu won iiitj .iiriiiiii.ii, .i.ii.ii.ay ninny
Iiv the Kstitom Handicap Target tourna -
ment at KdKe Hill. Dlmmock broke ninety
f rru gui ui iv". i.inni, a. .i.ivrn yami
rlHa Ilia nearest comoetltora amona- tha
amateurs were J. H. Vandever of Brooklyn
the Brooklyn.. Leach madi a home Aul. a Jlu?;.
with the bases full ln the second a-me. wt.JzZTrT.W''"
and J. K. tiranam 01 ingleaid. III., who)
broke nineiy-ix escn. anoever shot from
the iti-yard nit ana uranam stood at
n-yard murk. -
alarahall ins t ea came-.
HAMIirrtU. Ju v 21 Frank T. Marshall,
th American champion, won his came to
day In the third round of the' International
i,eaa tournament bv defeatlna the German
I champion, Tarrasch. 'Srhieohter now leads
ln rhe tournament having vhlf a point the
advantage over naiwe..
Persistent Advertising is the Road to Big
Raiurna,
Baron Dillon, jr.,
Wins Race with
Colonel Axcypne
Iowa Trotting Bullions Battle Fire
Heats at Nebraska City De
Ryder Breaks Ankle.
NEBRASKA CITT, July 2L-(Specll Tel.
gram.) Baron Dillon, Jr., defeated the
great little trotter. Colonel Axcyone. In a
nve-heat race hero, yesterday. It was one of
the most bitterly, fought battles ever seen
on a half-mile track and before It was over
the Nebraska Qlty track held a state trot-
ung record for -Its kind.
Both horses, are owned in Iowa, the win
ner at Centervllln nt nninnel Axrvnne at
We don. Rnlh hv k..n nnlerf for
ttelr ,edlne" and courage as well aa
u c,r leainess and courage as well aa
their good speed. The latter stallion Is a
full brother t. kilvmit tmu that wntiriar.
, . Drolner w Axcyeil, 2.08. that wonoer-
f ul geldl.ig that 1 as a .chain of victories to
creau both on half-mile and mile tracks,
. .
DroKe" oneeand Js believed capable 01
trotting In two minutes If his game leg
W0Uld "t,nd th" "PP."''Colonl Aoy0ne
naa almost equally as few defeats to Ma
credlt" Baron D'"on. jr., Is a half-mile
track veteran and can fight out a race
lwltn the best of them.
The big horse Wort tha' nonntr In
out friends of hfa opponent thought It was
not a true vaeHiet in ih. ..nA it
" ww.
seemed that thev"'.r rlht for little
r. , !" ? ""7 ?
,'" Alcyone trotted a whirlwind mile
ana came back In the next. win.
ti,. -. . ...
' "T -"",ua sianion, nowever. was
not on aDd though .both horses had the
KMn eda wor" their speed, he fought
out the race like a demon and trotted two
In the J: 20 pacing race there were eight
rtarters and Vnn a i . ... t-.
ukiahoma, won easily, with Brother Will.
owned by R. H. Brown of Sioux Falls,
second. In this race In tha third heat the
Ynrmm. k " , , m ,, V ,
liore" became mixed un close to the start
ana me sulky of P. D. Ely of Maquoketa,
JV wh0 WM driving hit own horse, had a
wheel broken and he and his bOrs were
'"w befr "r other horse going at a
0", O. I Da Ryder of Pleaaanton,
Sf.n triaa a..lL-.. V t. m..' -at m X . . - a.
BUinr Ul . 1 M. ILIV Ot IUaV41UUB,rjkB,
"h -ivlh. -h own hor... a
wheel broken and he 4ml hie horse were
Cal.. passed OVA I t fa a m it ri tsinfl kt rtraux Vt tg 3k Vr
in th -,,iw -- ..w -
m -n (IU Jllljt VBUfsT.yffU nun
t"'.P Woun1 nd W
broken
In tha 2:30 pacing race there ware twenty-
Ohtrles, only twelve. of the horses sUrt-
11 "at Luoyone. a biawa mare, owned
y H. H. Brown of Parsons. Kan., won ln
three straight heats, with Billy Links, a
"uwl1 aeiaing owned by P. H. Albright of
winiieia, Kan., a close senond.
In the running race, a one-mile dash for
PurBe of 'If. Lady Beaqrard won In 1:45,
with Burlington a close second.
TliiYlnVi-Au. im ....,.-
- " " ntuiMia tAiy day ano
oovortteen horses ' are Jantered In the 1:15
ten in the 3-y ear-old pace and thirteen
,n trot. Friday is
another bis: dav
hd the program Is as targe with as many
" Jur "ursaay.
auiiimaries ronow
I I !l, u. 9 9f 1 r,, f.,.1
t , ..n.r
I IQUn. A H ..II. k 'm. -. k.. a -
t iue .vaer) .....j.ij.. a t a
romer win,- b.aat.. - by Ye wood
(Drown; lit
Ul:0 Poititer g. m., By Star Pointer
-J1 Ryder J
I iia, tcsa. oy Kiechlta
vltt - ai .Metceri, ,,r.,. X. T S
" T' '
w?htr,"1iib' h" ? Wonefeone (Ely).. 6
"Vi : " "' "r uneioa jr.
","UI"er" . r .,......,. ds
1 '
I .. i .".".V U : 1'L"' :
ion tatrtckler) 1 i 1
colonel Axycon (Wallace). 2 112 2
nuiu wiiuams, o. sr., hy Jack.
den (Owens) 3 3 3 3
Aom omnn, p. g.. by Conrad
(Douglaa) 4 4 4 4 4
Mo'".e"oi, o. m., oy nomeion
i." - -; sic
Time: :13. UWA, 2:16, 1:16, 2:165, .
Class 2:30. racinir. nun.
(Ely)
4 Sds
Lucyone, b. m., by AllervHine (Brown) 1 1 1
rir. ' 1, , ' l, tl.i. T-.- t,..j--v a .
, u. uj .iiiui. nyuaii . .
xeaay nooeveit, D. g.,,Dy Kaymona
tJUaa) '...t 4 4 3
SlVr nArX.l k"""' ''klf ' " 0
I U 1 1. (. k m K . . . . . . , 1 1 a m
P.tchen Frlenrt T " "
lime: 1:13), 2:13S4. 2:15.'
. '
tennis at the- gun club
Toarnamen of the Omaha Rod .ad
" -lnb Starts rrlday
Doubles Next Week.
The second annual -tennlB tournament of
the Omaha Rod and Qun club will start
Friday evening. The entries for the singles
eio"i Wednesday night. And the drawings
ar, fnllnwsr
are as follows:
F. Myers plays P. McCullough.
D. Jones plays J. Bertrand.
R. McCullough plays R. Farrell.
D. Clark plays B. Bierman.
M. Wallerstedt plays J. Gardner.
R. Kelley plays K. Hatch.
E. Bedford plays O. Thompson.
S. Hamilton pis ys F.' Whit more.
Dr. Thompson plays K. -Adama,-J,
Adams plays S. Voroe.
O. Nlelaon plays R. Harburg.
E. Abbott plays- P.' Negley.
J. Munro plays J.. Oo'hara.
H. Wlesen plays M. Weber.
U. Bierman plays C. Gardner.
O. Drefold plays D. Melchor.
The winner of this year's tournament wilt
have to play D. C. Oould for the club
championship. The boys have been ptac-
tlolng for some time, and there will no
doubt bo some very interesting matches,
The committee, has secured valuable prises.
which will serve to bring out the best
there Is In every player.
F.ntrles for the doubles will close Mon
I day evening
I
NI GARY DRAW
Go Tm Reeeds, wttk No Adraataare
,or Eltfcer Prellmlaary. Is
" Stepped
nslTyJmahan V $X
OSS aM,enuTdraGw'rVAt0 h.C.l,Cd"'o0f
1 the battle Referee Ford raised both men
,iov.s much to the satisfaction of the ma.
J"" "."" 7"'
and each seemed to have learned from their
former battle, to few p..n Not
J'Tl'T?".. ... kiT
when Bresnahan' lips were bleeding.
L M?ft of Vl '".VJ. U,h
by Breenahart and a quick rally by Gary
I and a repetition of the same through the
round. The men were In -clinches roost ef
ln" ln w uru"
rushing the other to the ropee.
- I rrciiniiii.i. V t ,5 a ""
ana nmivy. nm .u o.uihi,
stopped by Chief lirlggs because they were
nr., .I'.nlv matrhad.
E.I Martv Cutler. I rorn Jack Johnson's traln-
lnl caiim. was nrenent and Issued a chal
i.n n anv nna in tha heavvwela-ht rla.a
bairlnc Johnson ana l-.angroia.
i
- I r-i ii Birti LINCOLN PLATER
Pitcher Gelet Returns to Chicago at
Close of leasee
CHICAGO. ' July 31. The Chicago Na
thl.tnn.i -i,.k .r,,,,..t h.r. tndav ih. mi,.
ctiase of Outfielder. Keener of the Spokane
vn.ihw..turn ltiti Plh'h.r Weaver fr.m
Louisville- American association club
l and Pitcher Lrelst from the Lincoln Wast-
- I em league club. Weaver and Gelst were
I members of . the Chicago squad on the
serins- Iraliilrm trip, but were sent back
for further seasoning. These three players
will Join the Chicago squad at the close of
I iue season witn man uwitun iuii.
Persistent Advertising Is the Road to Big
I Return
rg today re1! "' "
... IVJ11 ijlllunj ,r Dy ttaron un-
SOX WIN FROM ATHLETICS
Score All Bans in Eighth Inning and
Hold Locals.
PHILADELPHIA
GETS
TWO
t'bleaco Takes Game oa J, Collins'
Triple, Dougherty's tingle, a
Base Balls aa Error
by Davis.
PHILADELPHIA, July l.-Chlcago de
feated Philadelphia today. The visitors
scored all their runs In the eighth Inning
on J. Collins' triple, Dougherty's slngle, a
base on balls and an error by Davis. Score:
CHICAGO. PHILADELPHIA.
A8.H.0.A.K. AB.H.O.AE.
Parent, rf.... 10 10 Hartsel, If.... 4 110 0
Balder, lb.... 4 til OOldrlns, of... 4 1400
J.Oolllna, rf.. I 1 I 1 0C colllna, lb. 4 0 0 1 0
Dnufhart, If 4 1 10 0nk.r, lb.... 4 10 3 0
Mullln, lb.... 4 11 OUavia, lb I 1 I I I
Purtall, Ik.... 1 0 3 0 lMurphy, rf... I 0 1 I 0
Tannahlll, aa 4 3 4 T 1 Barry, as 3 1 I I 0
Sullivan, ... t 0 11 Irnnroaa, a... 4 0 10 0 0
Walah. 4 I 0 3 OPlank, s I 0 1 0
Total II I 1711 I Touis .7l"r5wl
Chicago 00000003 0-8
Philadelphia 00001100 0-2
Two-base hits: Mullln. Tannehlll. Three
base hits: Walsh, J. Collins. Home run:
Barry. Base on balls: Off Plank, 4. Struck
out: By Walsh, 5; by Plank, 7. Time: 1:68.
Umpires: Egan and O'Loughlin.
Beatos Blaaka Titers.
BOSTON, July SI. Boston shut out De
troit today, 4 to 0, making It four wins out
of five games. Karger's home run waa the
deciding factor In the oonteet. For disput
ing a decision, Simmons waa put off the
field. Score:
BOSTON. DETROIT.
AB.H.O.A AB.H.O.A.P,
Hooper, rf.... 1 0 0 0 0D. Jones, If . I 0 3 0 0
Bnsl. tb 4 1 1 I CDu.h, aa 4 0 I I 1
Rpaaker, of... 8 3 10 ICnbb, cf t 13 0 0
tahl, lb 3 0 11 0 OCrawIor. rf. I 1 3 0 0
Lord, lb 4 1 0 3 0".' .room, lb. I 10 3 0
Lawie, If 4 0 3 0 i.thers. lb.. 3 0 110
W.piar, aa... 1031 lO'Laarr. 3b.. 41400
Cfcrrlsan, o... I 0 I 0 IT. Janet, lb. 4 0 0 0
Kariar, p.... I I 0 1 OrUanaia, a.... 4 0 4 4 0
stroud. a.
.. 1 1
Totals M 4 37 I 1'Mullln ,.,
.. 1 0 0 0 0
Totala.... .31 4 34 11 1
Batted for Stroud In ninth.
Detroit 00000000 0-0
Boston 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 4
Home run: Karger and' Speaker. Sacrifice
nits: speaker, D. Jones. Stolen bsjie:
5. Base on balls: Off Stroud, ; of if Karger,
4. Base on error: Detroit, 1. Struck out:
By Stroud. 2; by Karger, 4. Time: 1:58. Um
pires: Connolly and Kerin.
Washington Bunches Hits.
WASHINGTON. Julv 21. Washlnirton
bunched hits on Link in two innings today
and easily defeated Cleveland. 8 to L Reis-
llng kept the hlta scattered. Score:
Washington. olbvbland.
ab.h.o.a.c. ab.h.o.a. .
Milan, of 4 0 8 0 ONIIaa, rf...... (13 1
Lallvelt, If... I 8 10 ldranar, It.... 4 3 1-00
Conror. Sb... 4 0 11 OTurnar. aa.... 4 181
Oaaalar, rf... 3 0 10 OLaJota, 3b.... 3 3 110
McBrtoe, a.. I 0 I I OKaateriy, o... l a a e
Kllllfar, lb... 4 3 8 4 OStorall, lb... 4 1 11 0 0
Vnilaab, lb.. 4 8 1 0 tBIrm'ham, at I 0 I 0 0
Beikanoort, II M I OParrlni, lb... 4 0 0 1 O
Ralallnf, ... 4 34 OLInk, p 8 0 0 0 0
ToUla S3 ll (I 13 1 Totala S3 1 14 11 1
Washington 04000004 8
Cleveland 0 00100000-1
Two-base hits: Kllllfar, Relsllng, Lellvelt.
Sacrifice, fly: Birmingham. Sacrifice hit:
McBride. Double plays: Lajole, Turner and
Stovall; Unglaub unassisted). Left on
bases: Washington, 8; Cleveland, 5. Bases
on balls: Off Link, 2; off Relsllng, 2, Base
on errors: Washington, L
St Lon la Inamped by Sew York.
NEW YORK. July 21. St. Louis was over
whelmed 19 to 2 today by New York.
Score t
. '.NEW TORK. IT. LOUI.
, . AB.H.O.A.B. . AB.H.O.A.B.
nanlala. If... ISO OBtona, It 100
Woltar, rf .... 4 I 3 0 Hartaall, lb.. 4 I 4 1
Knlsht, lb... 3 3 0 OOiissa. rf.... 4 0 10 1
Laporto, lb... 4 3 0 0 ONawnam. lb. I 1 11 1 0
AuatlO, 3b.... 1 0 '3 1 OBchwaltaar, ill 1 1 M
Oaranar, 8b.. 2 1 4 Tniaaoala, SO 4 1 1 .8 0
Craa, cf 8 3 0 0 OSt.phana, s... 0 0 1 0 0
Roach, SS.... 4 1ST Allan, S 0818
Mitchell, a... 8 11 OKIIIIfar, .... 3 1110
VsusiAS, p.... 4 0 0 0 OMee, aa 8 8 4
Rar, p 0 0 0 0 0
Totala......! 16 nil (Ballsy, p 1 0 0 0 0
Klnaalla, p... 0 0 0 0 0
Bpaxla, p i 0 0
Totala 13 T 34 14 3
St. Louis 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 02
New York I I 1 1 I t 1 1 11
Two-base hits: Laporte, Mitchell, Mee,
Cree. Three-base hits: Laporte, Daniels.
Home run: Wolter. Struck out: By Kin
sell. 1: by Vaus-hn. 4. Base on balls: Off
Bailey, 3, off Klnsell. 2; off Spade, 3; off
vaugnn, 6. Time: . 2:10. umpires: jsvans
and Dineen.
EVESTI ON RUNNING TRACKS
Favorltea Split Ereats vtrltb Oatslders
at Salt Lake.
SALT LA KB CITY, July H.-Favorltes
and outsiders split today's card at Buena
Vista. Tne racing was marked oy som
olose finishes. In the first race four horses
finished noses apart. Results:
First, race, flv and a half furlongs:
Lillian Ray (102, Belden, 10 to 1) won,
Chanute (UK, Buxton, 10 to 1) second, Cava
lena (103, Augayo, 109 to 1) third. Time:
1:06H. Bill Mayhem, Gellco, Belle Kinney,
Charles J. Harvey Allvra, Judge Bhortali
and Sadie H. finished as named. .
Second raoe. flv and a half furlongs,
selling: La Petite (Itf, Kederis, 18 to 6)
won, Mlnnedocla (16, Nolan, 8 to 2) second,
Reuben 1104. Ivors. 83 to 1) third. Time:
:. ualene Gale. David ioiand ana
Gabriel finished aa named.
Third race, five furlonss. selling: ratner
Stafford (10y. Smith, 6 to 2) won. Honnis
nut. Taylor, t to 1) second. Tube ttoae (,
Gaugel. 6 to 1) third. Time: 1:01V. Sain
Fox, Titus ll, aounest, Lawnoaie ueile and
xelo finished as named.
Fourth race, one mile, selling: Roy
Junior (118, Denny, 7 to 10) won, Melissa
(112. VosDer. I to 2) second. Warner una
well (107. Carroll. IS to 1) third. Time:
1:41L Ak-Sar-Ben, Buckthorn and Glaucua
linmnea as named.
Fifth raoe. one mile, selling: Tansy iiuu.
selling, 4 to 1) won, smiley aietsner (uw,
i ay lor. 13 to 11 second, ixetting titK, uux-
tan. I tn 11 third. Time: 1:43. Dr. Mayor.
Santhla, Miller's Daughter, Wlckett,
Youn Belle. Altair, lixie uixoa ana
Biased also ran.
Sixth race, six furlongs, selling: Hidden
Hand (1W. Vosoer. 8 to 1) won. Hamper
(107. Klrschbaum, 8 to 6) second. Silver
Htocklna (107. Ivers. 8 to 8) third, lime:
1:14. Patterson and Burleigh finished as
named.
EMPIRE CITT RACE TRACK, AN. I.,
July 21. Everett, backed from to 1 to
la to 0, easily won tne test nanaicap, one
mile, here today, defeating a nign-cioss
field. Tho race was marred Dy an un
fortunate break by the favorite. Rest!
gouche, when the barrier was sprung. He
suits: . .
First race, five and a half furlongs:
T ad a sett a ih to 1) won. Hectaffon second.
The Hague (even), third. Time: 1:07.
Second race, mile ana twenty yaras
Gliding Bell (13 to 10) won, Falcada sec
nd. Noon tniro. 'rime: 1:11.
Third race, six furlonars: Jeanne d' Arc
(t to 10) won. Sixty ( to 1) second, Royal
Onyx (8 te 1) third. Time: 1:11V
Fourth race, one mile: cvereu tu 10 a)
won. Apache second, Restlgouche third,
Time: 1:80V.
Fifth raoe. sis furlongs: iNoveuy i to 0)
won. Star Charter second, Beth third
Time: 1:13V-
SOUTH DAKOTA TBKNIS TOURNEY
Plarers from Several States Will
Take Part la Matches.
BIOUX FALLS. 8. D.. July 21-USpeciaI.)
Preliminary arrangements are being made
for tha annual tournament of the South
Dakota. Tennis association, which will be
held next - week on the grounds of the
Sioux Falls Tennis association, wnue it
la a atata tournament, it is expected tha
a number of players from other states will
ba nreaent and Darttclnate. It Is believed
Minnesota will have perhaps the largest
number of Dlavers here of any ot tne out
side states, wt.ile others are expected from
Iowa. Wisconsin. North Dakota, Nebrask
ad -Mia.ouii. Barton ard Phillips o
Sioux Falls, the present holders ot the
titles In doubles and John Barton, state
champion at single, will have much to
do to hold the places they have won.
Branson and Smith ot Mitchell are male
Ing a determined fight to win those luu
rels for themselves, and have placed them
selves in escellrnt condition by atiendln
several of the bin gatherings of plavers in
th states of the west ana northwest.
Seward Trims
Red Cloudcrs;
Decisions Close
Score Stands Six to Three, and
Umpire Comes in for Left
Handed Bap.
RED CLOUD, Neb., July 21. (Special
Telegram.) By getting advantage of sev
eral close decisions, Seward defeated Red
Cloud by the score of to 8. Score:
R H E
Seward OOS0100IO-4 10 1
Rod Cloud 001000020-3 2
Batteries: Stewart and Waldron; Jarrott
and Moss. Struck out: By Stewart, 8; by
Jarrott, 6. Bases on balls: Off Stewart, 0,
off Jarrott, 2. Two-base hlta: Qulgley (2),
Parker, Hose, Booth. Double plays: Booth
to Neff. Time: 1:38.
HASTINGS, Neb., July 21.-(Speclal Tel
egram.) Waldron and Hamilton waged a
great twelve-winning battle. Singles by Car
ee and Harms won for Hasting. Score:
1' R.H.E.
Columbus 0 101000 1 0000-3 7 8
Hastings 0 1003000000 14 S 2
Batteries: For Columbus, Hamilton and
Agnew; for Hastings, Pickering, Waldron
and Donnelly.
GRAND ISLAND, Neb.. July 2i.-(Spclal
Telegram.) In a game twice delayed by
rain and marked by ragged work on both
sides Kearney errors were more costly.
Oreen kept the three hits off him dls-'
tributed over as many Innings. Score,
R.H.K.
Kearney 00000100 01 3 2
Grand Island 00000101 3 7 8
Batteries: BalUett and Townsend, Oreen
and Carroll. Umpire: Fleming.
SUPERIOR. Neb., July 21. (Special Tele
gram.) Fremont won the game today from
Superior by the score of 8 to 1, Fremont
winning by better batting, Bonner's hitting
being one of the features of the game.
Superior played an errorless gome. Score:
R H E
Fremont 101001000-811 i
Superior 10000000 01 0
Batteries: Fremont, Herndon and Bon
ner; Superior,- Snyder and Bartley. Struck
out: By Snyder, 6; by Herndon, 4. Three
base hits: Bonner (t). Base on balls: Off
Snyder, 2; off Herndon, 2. Umpire: Griffith.
RESULTS IN MINK LEAGUE
Aubarn Defeats rails City. Four to
Three Maryvllle "Wins.
At Falls City Score: R.H.H.
Falls City 1000800003 6
Auburn 00003100 4 8 7
Batteries: Finch and Poteet, Hlrsch and
Erdtnger. Umpire: Myers.
At Shenandoah Score: R.H.B.
Shenandoah 00000000 1-1 1 8
Maryvllle 80000010 -8 9 8
Batteries: Cocoran and Castle; Ford and
Diets. Umpire: Fletcher.
At Clarlnda Score: R.H.B.
Clarlnda .....0100 8 0000-4 7 8
Neb. City 01200001 1-6 13 1
Batteries: Casey and Ludwlg; Johnson,
Collier and Waller. Umpire: Ryan.
TEX JONES AND ROY CORHAN SOLD
Holland Gets Four Thousand and
Foar Players for Men.
WlPiriTA T.iK. at Tal, Unll.nit ,.wna
of the St. Joseph base ball olub, haa sold
Tex ' Jones and Roy corhan to the Chi
cago American league club for 38,000. It is
the first blar sale mado ln the Western
league this season. The terms of the sale
re 34,000 ln cash and four class a Dan
Dlavers worth at least SLOW eaon. Ht
Joseph Is to have first call on the services
of both Jones and Corhan, provided) tney
fall to make good with the White Sox next
season. They will remain witn St. Josepn
this season. . : .
Syracuse Shots t Btarr. .
CYRACUES. Neb.. July 3L (Special Tel-
egram.) Cyraouea shut out tha strong Burr
amateur team at the Woodmen's plonlp
here this afternoon by a score of 2 to 0.
The notable incidents of the game were
the hitting of both teams and the effec
tive Ditching of botn twiners, cyraouse
has one of the fastest amateur teams ln
the state and is anxious to get chances
to meet other fast aggregations.
Toledo Oat of Form.
IPOttpno fulw 91 Tnlaitn hlavul nMivltf
n the field and at bat Milwaukee blank
ing them, 6 to 0. Score:
MILWAUKEE. TvUDO.
AB.H.O.A.B. AB.H.O.A.B.
Bpancar, cf...4 1 I 0 OHallman, rf.. 110 0 1
Charles, 2b... I 3 0 1 OHI'chman, 2b 4 0 13 1
Randall, rf.. 4 3 8 1 08ulllvn, cf.. 4 0 4 0 0
McOann. lb.. 3 0 13 1 OHickmaa. If.. 0 0 1
Clark, lb 4 I 1 I orraman, lb. 4 1 10 I 0
Lewia. aa 4 Oil 1 Butler, aa.... 4 0 4 8 0
Bro.n, If 3 110 OLand, c...
3 18 8
3 133
0 0 0 1 0
3 0 0 4 0
1 0 0 0 0
Ludwls. C....4 111 OEIwart, b.,
Douhertj, p. 4 0 0 I OBaakatta, p.
Bolca, p....
Totals Ull 37 11 l'Abbott ....
Totals II t 37 34 4
Batted for Bolce ln ninth. . .
Toledo 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Milwaukee 3 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1-0
Three-base hit: Clarke. Stolen base:
Hallman. Sacrifice flies: McGann, Randall.
Sacrifice hits: Wnencer. Charles. Ludwls;.
First base on balls: Off Baskette. 1; off
Dougherty, 1. Struck out: By Baskette, 1;
by Holce, l; by Dougherty, x. Hits: uir
tsaskette, in tnree innings; orr noice. 7
In six innings. Double plays: Land to But
ler to Freeman; Randall to McGann. Left
on bases: Toledo, 6; Milwaukee, 8. First
base on errors: Toledo. 1; AiuwauKee, 1.
Hit with pitched ball: Breen. Umpires:
Blershalter to Ferguson. Time: 1:60.
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MILLERS TAKE EASY CAME
Visitors Outhit and Outplay Indian
apolis. Without Trouble.
SCORE IS SEVEN TO TWO
Battle Averages Fattened Three
Two-Base lilts Get Four Scores
In Seventh Inalnsr Other
Games.
INDIANAPOLIS, July 11. Tho visitor
outhit and outplayed the locals, winning
easily. Score:
MINNEAPOLIS. INDIANAPOLIS.
AR.H.O.A.R. AB.H.O.AE.
Clrmar. ef,.., 4 13 OChaitn'rne, ef 4 0 8 0 (1
Altlier, aa ... 4 3 T 8 OO.Wil'ma, lb. I 1 I I 0
Craralh. If... I 110 OHarden, rf... I 1 I 0 0
J.WII ama. lb 4 3 4 3 OCarr, ll I 0
lloaaman. rf., I 0 0 0 OPelahanty, If I 0 4 1 0
Perrla. lb.... I 0 8 0 OHnwIay, cf.,..4 13 0 0
"HI. ID 4 13 OMurrh. lb.... 43110
Owens, a I I I 4 eonffev, aa..-..l 0 1 8 1
llufhai, p.... 1 0 0 0 OObarlLn, p.... 110 3 0
Totals 3 10 21 10 0 Totala ."tTw"l
Minneapolis 0 0 0 1 0 0 4 10 7
Indianapolis 10000100 02
Two-base hits: Owens. James. Altlier.
Three-base hits: O. Williams, Carr, Havden.
Struck out: By Hughes. 3; hv Oberlln. 2.
Base on balls: Off Oberlln, 7; off Hughes,
6. Time: 1;46. Umpires: Hayes and Guthrie,
Columbus Ranches Hits.
COLUMBUS, O., July 21.-Columbus today
defeated Kansas City, 4 to 3, by bunching
three hits in the tenth Innlna- nrf ttrandr,,,
Sltton kept the hits well scattered, but Ms
support was not the best. Score:
COLUMBU8. KANSAS CITY.
AB.H.O.A.C. an u n a a
Wrattan, lb . 4 III Olhannon, if.. 4' 0' I 0 0
Hlnohman. If I 0 I 0 namnot rf t n 1 a a
Ctini-alton, H I 0 1 OHuntar. lb,... 1 1 1 A
Downs, 2b.... 3 11 IShar, 8b. 4 1 T I
RIIIt, of..,. 4 3(0 ORaft.rv. -f . A A a a a
Odweli, lb... 4 1 ( 1 ojamaa, a 3 114 1
mamma, as., a a a B Dlllttar. a I A A A a
Arbosaat, 0...4 0 t 1 1 Barbaau, m .i I 4 4 2
"" p a 1 I ODownla, lb.
1118 0
swann, p. . .
Total It 11 N 11 IBrandom, p
t'oraah . . .
Love
'30130
1 0 0 3 0
,0 0 0 0 0
14 61 1
Totals...
Two out when wlnnthg run scored.
-nan lor James in eighth.
Love batted for Swann In elahth.
Columbus 1 00000110 1-4
Kansas City 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 03
Stolen bases: Hlnohman. Sliav Kani-I.
flee hit: Wratten. Hinchman, Rellly,
Makling, Downle. Two-base hlta: Relllv.
Congalton, Cownle. Double play: . Barbaau
to Shay to Hunter. First base on balls:
Off Hltton, 1; off Swann, 3. Struck out:
oy eiiton, e; Dy swann, 1. Hits: Off
Swann, 4 In seven Innings; off Brandon, 6
In three Innings. Passed ball: Arbogast. i
umpiies: Owens and Bush. Time: 1:60. t
St. Paol Wins.
LOUHSVILLB, July 21. Despite the fact
that Weaver struc kout thirteen batters
today, Louisville lost to St. Paul. Hughes'
home run ln the seventh with two men on
bases tied the scorn for tha Inn.). hni
Lelse' triple, followed by Autrey's single I
won out for the visitors ln the ninth.
Score:
8T. PAUL. LOUISVILLE.
AB.H.O.A.B. AB.H.O.A. S.
Clarke, If..., 4 110 ORoblnana, aa. 4 1 I 4 0
Brain, lb 4 114 OPIrkarln., rf, 4 0 J 0 0
Murrar, of... 0 3 0 OMuuiler, Ih.., 4 1 I 0 I
MoCorm'k, as I 0 I 8 1 Howard, lb.. 3 0 7 0
Lalaa, rf 4 110 OFlournor. If.. 4 10 0 1
Astray, lb.... 4 I IB 0 CFiaher, cf.,. 3 10 0 1
Boucher, lb.. 4 0 0 1 IMata. 2b.,.. 4 021
Kallj, e 4 0 4 0 OHughas. "1 11 1 0 '
Bran, p 4 1 0 4 loWaarer, p..,. 8 0 1 4 j
Totala...... 84 3 17 14 I Totala 81 S rf U 4
Louisville 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 0-3
St. Paul 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 0 1-4
stolen bases: Clarke, Heward, Autrey.
Sacrifice hit: Fisher. Sacrifice fly: Mc
Mormlck. Two-base hit: Stanley. Three
base hit: Lelse. Home run: Hughes. Struck
out: By Weaver, 18; by Ryan, S. Bases on
balls: .Off Weaver, 1; off Ryan, 1-. Hit
with pitched ball: Howard. Wild pitch:
Weaver. Left on bases: Louisville. I; St.
Paul, 6. Time:' 1:60.1 umpires: "Chill and
Cusack.
Newcastle Defeats -Iona. " ,
NEWCASTLE. Neb.. July SL (Special.)-'
Newcastle defeated Iona here todav by the
score of 4 to 0. Batteries: Thnmnann ami
Partridge; Cook and Pomeroy. Struck out:
By Thompson, 8; by Cook. 8. This is the
second shutout for Newcastle In the Ust
ween, naving aereated Allen, 2 to 0.
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Whitney Horse Wins.
LIVERPOOL, July 21. In the all-aged
selling plate of 100 sovereigns run over the ,
new middle straight five furlongs here to
day. H. P. Whltney'a Jinks gelding won
over Soldier, the only other contestant In '.
the race.
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