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Dudie Archdale Stops Whirlwind Race; Athletics are Defeated by Senators; Denver Wins
DENVER SCORES SHUT ODI
Olmitead Allewi Visitor. Only Twe
Hita with Perfect Support.
GITS TWO 'IN THE FOuTLTH
Lincoln , l,oe Out CJenae Three
THur Hit Heme Team
'' ; Oct l Base IIH
. ... '. ' ' a tio.
DENVER, July 17. Denver shut out
Lincoln. I to 0, In the first gms of the
serlr today. Olmlad allowad the vll-
tor but two htta, and received perfect up
II. O. A. B.
1 l 0 0
0 I 0 I
"l U ,1
II. O. A B.
o t o
0 10 0
1 I o o
0 7 10
0 0 10
0 27 7 0
0 0 0 0 o-o
Gngnler, aa ...
?ockman, 8b ..
homaa. lb ....
Kruger. e .....
, Alts It.
WiMron, If ....
Cranston aa ...
Lindsay, lb ....
Olmsteed, P ....
'.a ; 2
.... 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 -!
Baall. Dolan. Two-ba
hltai Lindsay, Lloyd, Beall. Sacrifice hits:
Llndaay, Gagnlsr. Struck out: By Olm
ateatl, T; by Knapp, 0. Base pn ball:
Off Olmataad, 1; off Knapp, S. Lft on
baa: Denver. I: Lincoln. I. Time: J;5l.
RROHI I.OB . FOR ST. JOSEPH
Sloes C'ltr Caotoree' Flrt Clam of
Series. Mat to Sl. .
BT. JOSEPH. Mo.. Julr Errora on the
part of Ht. Joseph loat the flrat game of
the aerlea .with Siou cVUy today
acore of 0 to 0. Poor:
Andreta, ' Jb.,..
My era, If............
. Fenlon, rf ...
Neighbor, cf. ......
Alderman, p.. ...a.
MrCheaney, .. ef
Bauer, rf., If
. Totala ...Vv".. Ai'..'.. W
9iou city ...,..,.'. o-l 111
fit JnanDh . 0 0 0 0 0
Two-bate hlta: rowen, jonea, v-uinn,
Nelfthbore, Millar, Aodreaa. Stolen baae;
Corhan, ,Qxillln (3),. Meyera. Nelghbora.
Sacrifice lite:, Foa," Alderman. Double
play: Hartman- to Andreaa. Struck out:
By Swift. 1; bv Alderman, I. Baaea on
bajla Off, Rwltt, ll off Alderman,: f4.
vVIU pitch 8wift.! paaaed ball. Framba.
Hit by pitched ball: -By Alderman, Powifll;
by Swift, Jonea. Left on baaea: St. Jo
aeph, 10; Sioux City. 0. Time of game;
IJ6. Umplrea: Sternberg and Clark.
131 TllK ,JH?ITH
Vlaltera Defeated Aftea Aapareatlr
( laphlaai the Game.
TOPEKA. July J7 Topek ran In three
acorea In the ninth after two rmm wera
out, and won today'a game. Scorer
.; PES, MOINES, .
" - i AB. R. H
Cirtia,. cf .t. v
CLemmona,' e .
I I I
I 11 M U I
iTwo out when winning run waa aoorad.
.0 OcfrfOhllllllln i
t - TOPEKA.
Wooley, cf ,.,
(Totala .:.7 4 11 M 13
Williams out. hit bv battad ball.
Pea Molnea ..........0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 04
Topeka 0 I 0 0 1 0 0 0
. Three-base hit! Nlehoff. Two-baae hlta:
Landreth. Kunkel. Abbott. Stolen base
Curtie (1), Matilclt ID, Colllga. Saarlflce
bit: Nlehoff. Base on balls: Off Jaokson.
off lMtohell. 4,- Struck out; By Jack
son. 4; by. MMoheil 7. lefl on baaa
Topeka, Hi' Pes Molnra, 7. Double playa
Jtellly to Welch to Abbott; Williams to
Coilgan to Pwyer. Wild pltchea: IM'tchell,
4 raeeed tant Hoiea. Tima: i:oo. i.m
lEOI'l.Tg 11 TlinBE-1 I,EAUIE
(ueaker Caanoa Watehea Gam at
, . UaaTllU.
PEORIA, III.. July I7.-Wlth the baaea
(tiled Jacob waa sent In to bat for Aa
juuasen In the fifth and won the gam for
reori. witn a inree-Dagger. score, 1 19 1,
Score: - R.H.E.
Peoria 0,0 01 4 1 00 - U 1
Waterloo 1 1 0 10 4 0 0 4-1 4 1
1 Batterlea: Gilberv and Aamuaaan and
Jacob: Chaoman and Harrlnaton.
. DANVILLE. Ul.. -July 17 Speaker Can
on aaw Iiveaperi'a playera nearly run
ttiemaelvea to d ih on the baaea and re'
i marks or) the remblanee to Waahlngton
(form. The loeaia never had a chance at
any time, gaoren, v- R H.E.
Panvllla tlttlttdf-l I
Davenport-' 10111010 1-10 14
Batterlea: Duffy, Reynolds and Hilda-
brand; Smith and Walsh.
8PRINGF1KLD. 111.. July 17. Couchman
waa easy and, iSprlnafleld alugged the ball.
winning in a walk, in viuor were out
played. Scorer' R.H.E
HiTlnk-fleld I 0 0 0 0 I I 1 -e 14
Itock Island 44001014 01 7 I
Batterlea: Stelger and Hartley; Couch
anan and O'LAry.
UjNOOMINGTUN, 111., July 17 Dubuque
had on their hitting clothe and Bloomina-
ton ued three pitcher In an endeavor To
atop them, ucore: It H E
iiloomingtoil .......,. e v e e i 01 7
Dubuque ...'..j,... I01O1O00 17 11
Batterlea: 4frendergaat. Davldaon. Wulah
and Nunamaker; Fvrrlaa and Boucher.
MIX K, I.EAQI E
Neyraaka Vltri 4eta ;iWlaaU score
Over ralla Ctty la Koarteeath.
At Talla City Score: R H E
Kb. city.,...l v 0 0 0 0 0 0 v v 0 0 o 11 7
ralla City. .. .0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-1 I
Batteries: WelU and Waller; Shears, Pe
lair and Smltli. Umpire: Meyera.
At 4h nandoah . eoore: 11. H E
Auburn eooiOIOO 14 10
Chanandoah ..1 00000000-1 &
Batteries: Kdllck and Cranlnger; jhnson
and Caatle. Umpire: hag.
At Clarlnda Moore: It H E
Maryvllle 10000010 0 11
Clarlnda 10000040 0-1 7
Batterlea: Thorp and Plata; Lovell and
jonnaon. inipir; rteicner.
(relt AVIaa from Dorrheetar.
CRETE. Nsb., Julv .-Speolal.)-The
Crate aluggera batted out tlilr fourth
uralght victory over Dorchester yesterday
irternoon In a slsailng conteat. Mora:
Dorchester .V.j 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 14 1
Crete 0 1 I 0 0 I 1 0 - It 1
Batlerlaa: For Dorchester. L. Byera and
Morreari tut Crete, Norton arid Ammer-
0 - 1
i - o
Standing of the Teams
WEST. LBAUUR. NAT. LEAGUE. 1
Denver .....40 14 .aw Chicago M W MS
Bloua City.. W .01: New York... 16 .6JH
Lincoln U 40 .I7 Pittsburg ....47 r6 .41
Wichita ....4 41 .633, Cincinnati ...44 41 .412
At. Joseph, ..41 40 ,4S7Phlla 40 44 .471
Omaha 43 61 .4M, Ht. loula 47 .4f.
n- Moines. 1 47 ,41
Hrooklyn s .
Topeka. tU 1 .IM
Phlla Ml W ."7! Mlnneap'
.70 16 ,M7
Uoeton M w .awl j oiooo
be u .6t
New York...l 84 .M
t. Paul V 4a .6i
letrolt 44 41 .US
Cleveland ...37 44 . 4ol
Kanaka Olty.r to .4
Columbua ...4 41 .49
Milwaukee 44 .iW
lndlaliap'a ..40 40 .400
Loulavllla .,. .!7 44 .no
Waah T 61 AM
t'ranuo U 61 .)i
Bt. Loula....U ST .9W
Kremont ....42 OS .427
Nab. (.:ity....u w
Mu parlor ,
Si t h Auburn II 20 .417
.21 ax ralla C'Hy.,..3u SI .ttU
Haatlnaa .,..13 M .4 8heaand4n.. n .Jht
Kearney ....II 17 .4t Maryvnia ...Maa-.aai
Columbua , 17 .44i ,
Red Cloud... a 17 ,4uS x
Yeaterda y'a Reealta.
Sioua Criy, ; rit Joaeph, 4.
Lincoln, U; Denver, I.
Da Molnet, 4: Topeka, 4.
AM RICA N LEAUUBJ.
New York. 4; Uoeton, y Second am,
New York, t; Boaton, I.
WaahMifton, t, Philadelphia, 4.
Philadelphia, I; New York, 4.
I'llUburg, 1: Cincinnati, 4.
Chioaao, 4; Bt. Loula, . mtn..
Milwaukee, 0; Columbua, K.
kanaaa City, 1; Toledo, 4,
ft. Paul, 4; lndlanapolla, .
MUinapola, i Loulavllle, 1.
Buperiir, 1; Columbus, 10.
Red Cloud, 0; Grand Ialand,
liastlnKa, 4; Fremont, 10,
bewuru, 7; Kearney, I.
Mir) villa, I: Clurlnda, I.
l'-aiu City, J; Nebiaaka City, t. (rourteen
Innlnaa). . .
Auburn, 4; Shenandoah, 1.
Weatern LeatuurOmaha at' Wichita,
Sioux City at Hi. Joaeph, Lincoln at Den
ver, Dea Motnea at Topwka.
American Leanue VVBhlngton' at Phila
delphia, ChlcaKO at Detroit. St. oula at
Cleveland, New York at Boaton,
National League Philadelphia at New
York, Boaton at Brooklyn, Cincinnati at
plttaburg, Chicago at fit, Loula.
American Aeaoclatlon Toledo at Mllwau-
Nebraska State League tuperlor at Co
lumbua, Red Cloud at Urand Ialand, Kear
ney at Seward, Haatlnga at Fremont.
Mink League Mhenandoah at Maryvllle,
Clarlnda at Falla City, Nebraaka City at
ani Team Wins
Bed Cloud Given Clean Shutout in
Game with Grind Iland- '
Columbui Wins Game.
GRAND ISLAND. JNrt..'J.uJy'-;; l7.-(Bpe-
clai Telegram.) Carroll t opened the fifth
Inning for Grand Ialand with a three-bag-
gtrr and alnglea by Morae and McKlbben
A aoriflce by Smith, a pitchor'a error and
a ttcanV three-bagger by. H. cook tunehed
the game. Morae kept the four hits off
him distributed over three Innlnga. Soor
Red Cloud flDOOHOOM 4 1
Grand Ialand 01004100-0 I l
Batteries: nnyder and Moss: Morse anu
Carroll. Umpire: Boawell.
COLUMBUS. Neb., July 27.-(8peclal Tele
gram.) Bovee held the vleltora . down to
four hlta, and Dewey's home run in the
eighth saved them from being' shut out.
Columbua 0 I I 0 0 4 0 S 10 0
Superior ......000090010 1 4 I
Haiterlea: Hovee ana Ainew; jusius ana
Bai'tley and Dewey. Umpire: Fleming.
FREMONT, Neb., July 27. (Special Teje-
gram. Fremont defeated . Haatlnga here
today In the flrat game of the series, 10 to
The game was called In the seventh by
agreement. -Score: . B.I1.JS.
tiaminga y v v v v vr t
Fremont lOlllO -10 12 4
Batteries: Waldron, Orth and Oardo; Ben
nett and Bohner.
King and Graham
beating the Bushes
Eourko 8ends Out Two Cripples to
Scare Up New lave Ball Players
for Omaha Team;
Nig Perrlne has been released by Pa
Rourke and has gone back to his home In
Kansas City. Nig fell hair to 061,000 one
upon a time, but he and the sixty-five did
not get on well together and are now
Pa Rourke ha not abated hi diligence to
find niuie nd belter ball f!yr, and baa
cent two of hi cripple, out to do some
scouting. Bert King and George Graham
are the advance guards, the old sleuths.
who are beating the bushea and trying to
scar out something that looks good enough
to put on the Rourke pay roll.. Pa, tried
hi hand for a week, but failed to pull In
ny Jive one. ,
Live ball player. It must be admitted,
are scarce those nut already bought up.
King and Graham have bcn sent In dif
ferent dlreutlon and will stay, out aoma
time In th hope of landing. Klng'a brukan
hand la healing nicely and he - niay Julu
th team at Topeka and take hi old piaue
in the field. The team wilr have finished
the Merle at Wichita and Denver, making
eight gamea, by that time. A to Uialiam
return, that still la Indefinite. .
DUDIE ARCHDALE TAKES
EXTHEMELY FAS I MARK
!Ft" . Geer Nobraska Trottlac
Mseklss Win Over Cracks 1st
KALAMAZOO, Mich., July 17. to the
fttper still pur, thud heat, 1:11 trot;
DuUI Archdaie waa flint, Alice ltooaevslt
eeiund, Ulsa third, Charley 11. lourtn.
EYeS-VI'a UN ' lttM,Nt. THACKS
llaadbrldge Wins Peatoro ot idutolre
t lir Race Trark.
EMPIRE CITY TRACK, N. Y., July 17,
llendbrldge, exhibiting wondtrtuf- iut.-a
and apriuuiig ability, won the hiicap
at aia furlona here today from a hih
ela flld; Kcstigouch. tne 1 to J favor
ite, won tne uiid-suniiiier stake In a.ltal
First race, mile and twenty yard; Perry
Jolinsoa (I to 5) won, Wtnn aacond,
Chiintlajia, third. Time: I.4V -
btcond 1 ace. six luriongs: Crsh 16 to U
Won, '1 he Hague torond, Americaiieer
third. Tims: 1:11 1-6.
Third race, six furlout;: llandbivdva til
to I) wi, Bir Alvesrott second. Rose
guoci) (UUd. Tim: 1:1115.
vsB ss a savoj, a nu uiiu sumuiti ci 14111
alakea,. uumt and one-eight , mils; ltsil-
goueiii i'i tu
7) won, Glltllng Belle
no 1 oil tiiiru- lime: l i
r'lfih race, six furlong: Novelty i te
6) wcu. HscteKow second, Mr, Ujluotly
third. Tin): 1.11 J 6,
8iWi race, niils and twenty yard: Neua
(1 lo ) won. gui'on Maike second, Givon
brtdge third- Time: 1X11. .
CARDINALS WIS OYER CUBS
Locals Lund on Viiiting Pitcher in
SC0EE IS EIGHT TO SIX
Chicago l.oaea watfeat Oae Home
Ilia Schalto Ceta Two Tbreo
Baaa Hita Parla taa
ST. LOUIS, Mo., July St. Brown hit
to almoat every oorner of the field in the
elxth Inning and St. Loula won. Boo re;
T. LOtll, CHICAGO.
AB H 0 . AB H.O.A B.
Muiflni, lb. 4 I 1 1 CRvtn. tk 1 1 P 0 0
: If Ill (Slmmer n, lb I I 1
n. el I I 1 0Hh'kr4, II.. 4 14 0 0
teuk, 14 111 0 OHofmsa, .. I I I 0 0
b.r, rf... lilt OCIitnc. 1. . 11400
nhn. I S I satclnfaldt. lb I 0 0 I B
I.ch.r, rf... lilt 0('hnc, lb., i 1 0 0
RiMBShMi, ( I I I oiolnfaldt, Itl I I I I
Mc.wr.jr, .. i I i'l oerlmlie, rf... 4 101
lUuaar, ..., 4 111 tTlnker, ... I ll I I
UH. 114 t'Kltn. lift
Uckmn. .. 1 I lBrewn. a.... 141
l'frri.Hi, p... J t vniahle, .... 0 0 0 1
HUUWIU ...1 l FIill.f, .... 0 V
i.uitrul ....1 10
CUICAUO. H-iumnt ..104
Total 41 17 14 I 1
Batted for Bnckman In alxth.
Hatted for Ride In eighth.
Batted tor Peffer in ninth.
St. liOula 0000 '0 100 -g
Chicago 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 1-0
Three-base hlta: Bchulta (21. Home run:
Sr-hulta, Baaea on ball: Off Backman. 1:
off Brown, ; off pfeffer, 1. Struck out:
oy tirown, 1; by ,Luh, l; by pfeffer, 1;
by Backman, I; by Corldon, I. Hita: Off
Luah, 7 in three Inning; off Backman. I
In three Inning; off Richie, none In one
and one-third lnnlga; off Brown, IS In alx
and two-third innnga.
, Mew York Break Urea.
BOSTON. July 17. New York and Boaton
divided a double-header today, the locale
wlniijng the first, 0 to 4, and the Vlaltors
tne second, t to I In 11 Innlnga. Hughee
waa nit freely In the early part of the flrat
game. Boaton had tho second conteat ap
parently won until the eighth Inning, when
uireej wua inrowa by rvew York allowed
them to score. The visitor won In th
eleventh on five hlta.
ocore, rirst gam:
NSW VOHK. BOSTON.
AU.H.O.A B. AB M O A K.
Dtnlels, If... 4 11 OHonper. rf... 1 1 I
Hemphill, rf. 4
I 11 4
I I 9
1 1 1
0 I I
OBngl. lb..., 1110
. b.... iifie
k.r. cf,, 4 I I I 0
!, lh I I 4 1 0
rdn.r, lb 1 I 111
s, II 4 400
Knight, lb..., I
vspeaser, el., 4 1
v;ree, ci 4
I. 0rdnr,Jb 4
Auxin, b... I
Wanr, n... 1 1 1 1 0
Mltoh.ll, .., I 1 t 1
Hughes, 4 44
o rrin, .. 1 1,0 0
OCIoott., ....! t 1 1 a
Total 14 11 M 11 1 ToUlt M "t 17 H t
New York 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 04
Boaton 1..0 1 0 1 0 0 0 S
Two-baae hlta: Knight, StahL .Hemphill.
Three-baae hit: Cree. Iift on bases: New
York, 9; Boaton, 4. Baaea on balls: Off
Hughes, 6; Clcotte, J. struck outi By
Hughes, I; by Clcotte, 4. Sacrifice hits:
Jungle, Roach. Sacrifice fllea: Stahl, Aua-
.La i.our' p,yB! Wagner, L. aGrdner
m1niS.h1, ,H,t by '"her: By Clcotte
(Dunlela). Umplrea: Connolly and Kerln.
a lino: :oti.. ;
HW YORK. BOSTON
n., ?"?. AB.H.O.A I.
r ... , u 1 u DHooDer. H... i a 1 a a
fill 0Bnl., lb..., , 1 1 41
I" I mmltr. 1 a 1
i I 4lihl. lb.... 1 114
B.O.raOW, Jb I I I 4 eL.ardn.Vb 11
? 1 4 'L"". 1 1
4 1 a
I 1 1
4 cwimr, s,.. a
0 1 Kiel now. c... 1 0
.11 10 1 16 4Lord
' Total 40 I ll l 1
wn.JI'l p Klelnow In eleventh. I
Batted for Smith in eleventh.
P0"10" 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0
Rt.hi 1 11 - H Qur0ner. Engle '(J),
Stahl, Lewis l- Mitchell. Ford. HtL
VortT .r- Lo,rJ1' ft'" on : New
aiv. . . wee on Dans: Off
. oae on error:
V York, 1. Struck out: B
Jd,J';ib?48ml-th' Sfcriflce hit; VaS
t?. JCnl?t' Pan''- Sacrifice fly Fori
wn.h,. tL"-..r?oa.9n. ovdner and
........... itauiiiui, uunn, rord, E. Card
i;. "I,,???0.?' WMd pitoh: Ford. Passed
noiy. TlmeT i:J7. P '"; nd Co
Cliicinantl UiLf, ra.. '
elah?? Tf J,uIrtlJ7-lnolnnatl made
PlTTant-RO CINCINNATI. ;!
B,m. IK A? I .'. BA.. . .. AB.H.O.A.S
Leaob, cf 6
t'smpbcll, if. 4
Wgnsr. ss. . k
Plynn, lb 4
WllM)n, rf.... 4
Ulbvon, c. . . . 4
- . ", . uiwKntf ir A , ,
.nn, m 4 1 1 I
4 I'Hoblltitl, lb. 4 1 10 I
v jiutcneii, rf.. 4 1 1 u 0
liniim, er... 4 1 a
iDoirnsy, lb.. 4 114 1
JS''."' 4 I I 0 1
- Ma,:nnimn. mm x u a s 11
r- 9 1 viip(r, p.... I 0 1 a
P.. 1 0 0 1 CHow.n. I.... 0 010
' brntuo, p..,, 0 A
VMlllsr 1 0 0 4 4
Uobart 0 0 i
-'"- 1 0 t I
1 1 . . .
Batted for Rowan IrTaeventti:''
I 17 IT
.!Ut?n 'or McLean In ninth.
tud ,or ynn l" ninth.
7i " . "L. ooiojtoo-0
t "L 1 l; 9 0 1 0 0 0 1-4
. r X,. Jiuumiei, uampbe I. Paa-
kert. Three-bae hits: Byrne. licK.ohn
ram,.?., f "T?"' i6 'nn'ntfa; off
tamnlja. 4 In 12-1 Innlnga; off Gasper, 10
in Inning, none out In seventh) off
-..., 1 aniiiiis, mi oenton, 1 In a
Inning Sacrlfloe hits; CampbelJ, Wilson"
McKechnle Uib.on. Stolen baaes: Egan
. w t-ampoeii, Lobert. Double
Play: Bvrni. Vl,-k-.i. . n.i c .
w J . i8a? and "MU McKechnle and
New Vork Is Viotorlon.
NEW YORK, July .-8lx hit, one pa.
today gave New York alx run and a
victory over Phltadelphla. 4 to I. Fo.en
up to the sixth had the local, it h e mew
"'f h't free.y, kept th'hui
of? ,h;i ,Vmp,r. 'hnston. sent Bate,
off the field in the flrat Innlna fo
pining a decision. Score: .,
FHILADEU-H.A. NKTW YORK. I
TH". rf f? 'l, 0."c8n.,m
Knslx, lb.... 1
Tltumss. of. .. 1
iboyU, lb..... 4 1ti
iHmour, of.. 1 1 1 1
ikumr, rf... 4 1 I i
UBri4w.ll, . I
Orjnl, sb 4
Due, If.... 4
Wliu, cl-ib, 4
brsn.llsld, U 4
iHiulsn, ss... 4
ruisn, p..,,. 1
6.ur, p.,. 1
'Dnlln, lb..., Ill
1 jurat. 1.., 4 17 4 0
ilfrer. e 4 ,
IWiltM, p lotto
.11 int i 1
i 11 14 11 1
Uiiulan out: hit bv bti.i k.u
T,.'f?aV7,or h"b,r In ninth.
Philadelphia 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
w "" 0 0 0 0 0
lwo-ba hit:.Waiah, Murray. 8acrlfin
hits: KTbe. toymou,: fii&?&Mr$lfc
Ltt on baaea: Philadelphia. I; New York
t '''' base on errorat Philadelphia, 1
and Merkle. 8lruek out! Ly Wl txa
by Foxeti. 1: bhxiil... t. J. .. . V' ,."'
nit 1.. l . ;.:: uu
uwn, B, un aneitiar. 1. vi ta
1 Vi '. 1 inning; on Bhettier, 1
Four Club I.oaaraa Formed.
HURON, S. P., July r.-Bpclal )-At a
meeting of th. ba,.J ba mKgers of
team from Waterlou n w. x ,
and Uedfield. held In III. latl.r city S
r. I 1 . w ",o:iuin was formed, com- i
'ina-.Lf b? 'ro.m Ul, 'tr oltWo named.
leagu. clo.e. VA; prw..d ..t'"
ornanliatiun immediately spring Into ex-
. Ju"r,' Is niada up of the
."i, r"--i 1 rum oiuna or ine atate leaaue
V-k ,,T . "" "s ueen made.
ine orru-er of tne new association are A
.is.iuo.pri. Ktoiield, president; J. H.
Miannon, Abrden, vlt president; C W
Bchulta. W atnrtou-n, secretary, and Charles
Hteel, Huron, treasurer. Hiir-i. m-ni ......
the new leaau tMharf il ith v.... '
T 'm.i 'ir Uy, Camnlt,, I; Benton? 3.
rime. 1:05. Umpires; Brennann and O Dav.
lu thla city next Monday with a three-game
"el,e"- ' t reslon; Wins Uarns.
.,s..nrfM.l f.7T!, ,7-. , , CRESTON, . la., - July 27 . Special. )-The
, . . - L . I niil re. gBm. btwen Cre.ton and Red Oak Hun.
I Hlt'AdO, July IT. President Chlvlngton day at thla place, was not the fast game
of the American association, tuday sua- , it was expected to be. It wa full of errors
twiid.d lony James tf Hi. Kansas City , and mlsplay. nd long-drwn-out and
tlub fr three day fur thovlng Umpire i ended In a score of 10 to 1 In favor of Crs
liush on th ball field at Columbus, July 3X Uiu,
Plans Are Now
Well Under Wag
Clay Court Devotees Are Anxious for
the Start of the Big- Event
of the Year.
Entries for the national Clay Court
championship tennis tournament are
counting up rapidly although tli com
mittee atatea that It rekily expected
mora early names ' sent In than hs-v
been received. One reaaon for the delay
la that many of the melt will enter their
names in psrson when they coma In the
last of this week, with the purpose of
resting over Sunday before the big day
All manner rijf preparations are being
mad for the .event to facilitate the beat
playing and that the matches may be aa
feat a possible-vSeVfnty dosea of Spald
ing's championship lennls balls were .re
ceived to start -the players off with and
several new nets are to be put lh use neat
Monday for the occaalop.
One of the beet Improvementa In the
equipment of the Field club for thla year
Is the ' new three-wheeled liner, which
places the lime on wet. When dry It stloks
to the ground nd w,il rub out altogether
before It will spread, and spoil the' ac
curacy xf the line,
Dry weather- may be hard on the golf
couraea, but It certainty Improves the con
dition of a.tennl oqurt.v Never before have
th Field olub- courts been In batter condi
tion. The surface Is hard and smooth and
will not, scuff up and rk the crust as
all day la bound to do after too much rain.
Quit a Hat of prominent players entered
themselves, lately for the conteat. W. $.
Oilman, champion of Iowa and former Trl-
elate champion; R. L.' Simmons of Syra
cuse, a man of note It) tho eaat; Charles
Spice end J..T. Bralley, both of Oklahoma,
are In the double, and; other of the et
and west fiave promised that they will
enter the laat of thla week. .
Omaha people are awaking to what a' big
thing In athletic It la going to be and a
large crowd Is expected at th Field club
to watoh th oontest.
. ' J . .
HARRY LEGG LEADS GOLFERS
Tala .Man Hakes Hundred
Seventy at Minneapolis.
RECORD IS BROKEN ALREADY
Rosnlt of - 4)jallflootloit Boaad la
Weatera Auopatlon Teraait
- Champion Robert A. Gard
er Is Poshed Hard.
MINNEAPOLIS,' July 17. Sixteen golfers
survived the second, day's play of the tour
nament for tho championship: of the Will
era Golf aasoclatlon."- The honors were
taken by Harry ipg of Mlnlkahda, tho
stocky boy from Yalei Legg equalled his
remarkable performance of yesterday, when
he turned in. a, wonderful, dard Of 70 In th
second of the-tbiirty-aix' bole qualifying
round, maklaej-ih lotaJ xt 140, -That broke
the old JWssterti porfyaaaoelatldn qualifying
record of 14t.rnii,Je,i)y fl," Chandler Kgaji
over thp old Exmoon eeurse-Charlea Evan,
jr., of Edgewater, the'preeent champion;
Robert A.' Gardner, the national ohamplon,
and Legg remained )n thp atrugglo. ,
Gardner waa forced to go to the Sign-
teerrth green to defeat Addison Vtlllwell of
Midlothian by one up. Btlllwell fought
hard and Gardner was unable to get better
than a half In five on the eighteenth Gard
ner made it In 74, while Btlllwell was one
stroke higher. Their, cardst - .
Gardner, out. ..4 4 0 1 4 4 1 4 6 88,
hUllweai, out..., 4 4V
Gardner, in I 4 6 114 11 480-74
Stlllwell. In 1466414 1 4-4575
Legg had little trouble In disposing of
Harold Bend of St. Paul by 7 up and 0 to
play. Legg continued hi excellent work pf
the morning and Bend was easy for him.
In the qualifying;1 rounds Legg led his
nearest rivals Mason ' E. ' Phelps of Mid
lothian and Albert Seokel of Hinsdale by
five atrokea. Both Chlcagoans made -74 yes
terday and 71 today for 140. Evans, the
present champion, landed fourth with 75, 72,
147. R. A. Gardner Was one stroke be
hind Evans, with 70, 71, 141.
The qualifying soores ware remarkable.
aa 162 waa tha highest to get Into the
charmed circle and two with that figure
were forced out when a six-handed tie waa
played off to deolde the laat four qualifier.
Those that tied at 143 were L. W. Klnnear
of Detroit, W, J. McDonald of Midlothian,
Drake Llghtner of St, Paul, Clarence Stan
ley of Indianapolis, F. . P. Carr of Dea
Moines and H. N. Chamber of Omaha.
Carr and Chamber wr defeated In the
Albert Seokel. Hlndle, defeated William
Bheehan i up and 1 to play.
H. E. Ha..t.r, aiiaisthlso.. ftefssted r&l
R. Talbot I up and 1 to play.
W. I. Howland, Jr., Glenvtew, defeated
Holden Wilson, Cincinnati, 4 up and to
Mason Phelpa,' Midlothian, defeated J. D,
Blandish, Detroit, up axid 1 to play.
W. E. Clow, jr., Onwentsla. defeated Wal
ter Fnlrhanka Danvar.
1 " .v.. ' .....i.e. 'N
tMlvia nwgw n uu tiustutiu ,
18. Today. T'l
Harry Legg. Mlnlkahda.... 70 70 140
Mason Pheips, Midlothian.. 74 71 148
Albert Seckel, Hinsdale.... 74 71 146
Ralph Rider, Pes Molne., "6 0 164
H. P. Bend, St. Paul; U 75 157
Wm. Bheehan, Dea Molnea. 70 ' 71 167
Wm. Bheehan, Dea Molnea. 70 71 U7
Pon'd Edward, Midlothian 71 80 161
Oordon Yuel. Kenosha II 0 t
W. N. Chambers, Omaha... 60 41 Kll
Ben Colllna, jr., Midlothian, ill g lti4
W. E. Code, Westward Ho. 83 84 10
J. A. Robert. Evaneton... bO a l9
R. H. Wllllama,' Evanston. twj 17 ITS
YORK GETS STRAIGHTAWAY
Team Make the Ron In Thirty Sec
ond at State Plremeo's
YORK, Neb.. July 17. -(8peclal Telo-
grum.) Thla afternoon the first race waa
announced aa a d uble race, Seward
Frla.id and North Dend filing a protest
lit the 163-yard eltalght-auay yesterday
and the hoard deeldej to take the time In
the 250-yard hose race. The time given
In the atralght'MWuy was: York, 0 30
forth Bend, 0:10; Howard, 0:32; Friend
Two Hundred and Flftv-Yard Hose Race
(York, 0:WH; Kwrd, :at 1-10; Friend, 0:14
North Bend. Injured coupling, and no time
Hook and Ladder Rate; Fairmont, 0:43
flat; Lexington, 0:41.
Fifty foot rupl:ng-York, 0:14
Friend, 0:14V.; Clark, 0:15 1-10. .
Two hundred and Fifty-Yard Hce Race:
Clark, 0 aj'4; Fremont, 0 42S; Sargent,
Washington Soores Four Suns in
SCORE IS FIVE TO F0UE
Philadelphia Blaaked After roarth
Klberfeld Gets Threo-Baso
PHILADELPHIA, July 17.-Phlldelphla
lost today's gam to Washington, S to 4.
Waahlngton won by scoring four runt In
the eighth Inning 00 a single by Conroy,
base on belle to Gassier, an error by
Baker, a three-bagger by Klberfeld and
Henry's out. Bcore:
WASHINGTON. FHIUADEI J'HI A.
AB H.O A B. AB.II.O.A.C.
K-bMtsr, f. OUoH, If 4114
bellvelt, lb.. 4 1 19 I (Oldrlnf, ef... I
Conror, II.... I 1 4 0 DCnllln
OeuUr, rf.... Ill Skr, lb.
piesHd, .. 4 11 lIMvts. lb..,
Kllllfw, tb... tMurphy, rf..
klbwM. Ik 4 1 4 4 4rry, ...
(twbenaerf, I 4 0 1 Thomas. .,
Menrr, C 1 4 4 1 tDygeri, p..,
Onu, p 4 041
Total 7 17 11 I
Washington 0 0 1 0
.11 I 17 14 4
0 0 0 4 0-0
0 0 0 0 04
en and one-
Philadelphia I 0 11
third Innlnga; off Plank, 0 In one and two-
third Inning. Three-baae hit: Elberfeld.
Sacrifice hit: Collin. Sacrifice fly: Davla.
Double playa: Lellvelt to Gray to Kllllfer;
paker to ceiiin to Davis; Maker to Davis
to Thomas. Stolen bases: Lellvelt. Elber
feld, Collins (1), Murphy. Left on bases:
Washington, 7; Philadelphia, 4. First baae
on error; Washington, I; Philadelphia, t.
Struck out: By Gray, 1; by Dygert, I.
Baaea on balls: Off Gray, I; off Dygert, t.
Paaaed belli Thomas. Wild Ditch: Dvaert.
Timet 1:60. Umplrea: Egan and O'Lough
llo. HAYES DEFEATED BY BUNDY
Paelfle Coast Champion wins from
Illinois Man In Foarth Roan of
LAKE FOREST. III.. July 27.-In a
mashing exhibition of hard fought, clever
play on the court ot the unwentsia cluo
here today, Thomas Bundy, th Pacific
coast champion, defeated Walter Hayes,
the Illinois state champion in tne tourtn
round of the annual western championship
tennis today. Hayea took the first set, the
acre for th match being 8-4, 6-4, 0-1.
Third round, men a alngles Gardner de
feated Hill, 0-1, 0-1. Whitman defeated
Miller, 0-4, 4-4, 4-t Eisner defeated Bur
ton, 1-7, 7-1. 4-4.
Fourth round, men's alnglea Bundy de
feated Hayes, 3-0, 4-4, 0-. Gardner de
feated Haaelhurat, 4-1, S-L
Second round, men's doubles Goodbody
and Keith defeated Kreel and Butler. 1-0,
0-4, O-L 0-2.
Preliminary round, women s singles Mrs.
Crane defeated Mis Waldo. 7-6, 6-4. Mrs.
Brewer defeated Miss Bmitn, -o, o-x.
First round, women s singles Miss Whit
ing -defeated Mrs. Maasey. 0-4, 0-1. Mis
Reaa defeated Mlsa Burnham. 0-1, 6-1. Mrs.
Davla defeated Mr. Brewer, 1-0, 0-1, 4-4.
8OMBRI BUYS ttNTIRB INTEREST
Vleo President of Cleveland Clnb
Bar Oat Preaident,
CLEVELAND. O., July 27. Vic Preal-
dent C. W. Somera of the Cleveland baae
bull club, today aequlred th tntereat of
Preaident Kllfoyl in the club for a con
sideration said to border on the 1400,000
mark. Ha la now aole owner of the club.
Messr Somera and Kllfoyl have been as
sociated owners Of the Cleveland team
since 1000, when the American league waa
organised. : -
Denleon Defeat Dow City. ': -
DENISON, It.." July t7. (Special.) Denl-
son bail team defeated - now citystiare
Tuesday. 4 to 1. Holmbach- ot Counoll
Bluffs' pitched a no hit game for Denlaon.
Anderson of Dow City pitched for . his
team: doing well, but waa- not properly
supported. Charter Oak' team will play ,t
Detroit Boy Loodlell,
DALLAS. Tex.. July 27. Pitcher Loudlell
Of the Waco, Tex., club ha been aold to
the Detroit American. He will report to
Detroit at onee.
News Notes of Sportdom
Tim Flood, the recently acquired Omaha
aeoond baseman, la playing a fast field
ing game and Is a good hitter.
The Rourkes have a fairly good lead over
Dea Molnea and are rapidly overtaking
St. Joaeph. With thirty gamea yet - to
play a winning streak would work won
der. "Dope" ha It that acouta for the big
league are working as they have never
worked before, and are going over the
brush leagues with a fine tooth comb
In eeareh. of, winning material.
Walter Camp, although he is still dis
satisfied with foot ball rules, thinks the
alterations already made will make some
great games thla fall, camp predict that
Yal will not have aa atrong a team this
year aa In the laat two or three year.
The moot enthusiastic base ball fan In
Kansaa la totally blind. He la Gish at
Abllln. il attend all the ball game
and can ten witn tne aimosi uncanny In
tuition of the blind where nearly every
play la mad. and who makee th putout.
On of th biggest sporting events Omaha
baa aver seen will open August 1. Tennis
player from all over the United State
will gather for the National Clay C'purl
Tennis tournament. Omaha haa an oppor
tunity w mnOm Wii it aiavliuv VOCUIIU Q
none aa a piece tor not oniy tennis tour
nament, but for any kind of an athletic,
tournament In lh list ot aporta.
Kearney I no place for an umplr. Dur
ing a game between Kearney and Grand
island a few days ago, Umpire Boswoll
decided a play unfavorably for die Kearney
team. He immediately necame tne center
of an angry bunch of spectator, and when
the smoke had cleared away he had a
biulsed head to anow tor it. Ana an
umpire la paid to make decisions.
According to reports from out on the
coast, Jimmy Coffrolh, the wall known
fight promoter, la planning a "test" bout
for California as tns flrat move toward
a revival of the game. With Ad Wolxast
as Star pcnurmai, lie I sum iu u plan
n ng for a twenty-rouna go, it the au
thorities do not cut It to ten. If it is
allowed to go through at twenty, the pro
moters will feel that they hav gained on
point at iaai.
Couldn't Come Hack.
"Servant girl must all look pretty mueh
alik to man," vald the woman with the
twinkly ye. "At least they do to ray
"1 had been without one for nearly two
weeka, and I couldn't seem to convince my
husband of the difficulty of getting ope
worth havjng. Flnully he got very cros
about It one evening and, picking up the
paper, he pointed to the 'Bltuatlone
Wanted' column and announced that her
wer score of girls advertising for places.
'I'll get on for you this very evening,' h
"He Cupled off several addresses and
went Out. Did he come back with one 7
Indeed, lis did, In about half an hour. And
who do yeu Ihlnlc he had in tow?
'That Impudent, nasty Delia, the girl I
discharged only two weeka ago. Of court,
ho hadn't recognised her, and she came in
aa Impudent a you please, with ail her
bundlos, prepared to stay. But vou can
gamble she didn't. And my husband ha
decided to leave thoxu mutters to ma In
the future.' New York Times.
The girl with th blonde hair and the
dark st lrl wliU th dimple were making var
ious purchases preparatory to thair summer
vacation. When ll came to bathing suits
there wa a dlaagreemenl. The girl wUn
th blonde h-lr wanted to select a de
cidedly abbreviated roatume, and the dark
girl with the dimple v.a trying to dt
"Vou ar not tall enough to wear ll." re
monstrated, the drk girl. "Don't you know
a sk'rt that nit abov tha knee mukas
a girl look shorter!"
- "1 kno It ui.i-e. the men look lunger,."
Insinuated tha little blonde.
And that aeitled the matters-New Yoi-k
Billy Brooks Wins
Fifteen Trot and
Breaks a -Record
Fast Colt Retrieves Hard Luck in
Two and Three-Year-Old
Form in Hot Race.
KALAMAZOO, Mich., July 17. Th Sec
ond day of Grand Circuit racing showed up
the sensational trotter of the year In th
four-year-old colt Billy Burke, who won
the feature event-tha 13.000 stake for t.U
trotter trotting tb fourth heat In 1:064,
which tlea the world's record for a fourth
heat, held Jointly by Beusetta and Bob
Douglas. Th gray gelding, Robbie Mc
Gregor, beat Billy Burke In the flrat heat,
but after that the eon of Silent Brook bad
things hi own way.
The 2:01 pacers had a great battle, and
the race waa finally won by the favorlta,
King Cole, Waverly Winning the first heat
In 2:04V the fastest time of th. race.
The Judge did not think Driver Owing
we trying to win with Tho Philistine In
the first heat of th 1:17 pace, which Hallle
Lou took with little difficulty. With
Walker up in tb next heat, The Phlllatln
finished In front, but May Quean waa beat
In th third, after which th race was post
poned on account of darkness.
Track and weather conditions were again
Ideal. Every favorite won In the contest
which were finished. Summaries;
Pacing, 2:00 slaaa, purs 11,000, three In
ivlng Cole, b. h.. by BInger-Redlnda
(Dodge) I 1 1 1
Waveriy, b. g., by Oratorio (Cam
ming.) 1 I T I
Joe Brown, b. g. (Rash)., 4 4 11
Doctor M., oh. h. (iseattle) 2 114
Donax, oh. g. (McMahan) 17 12
Shamrock, ch. h. (Bradford) 0 6 4 7
Rolllna, b. g. (Dean) Til
Hallle Direct, rh. in, (Jonea) I 2 3dl
W. A., b. g. (Floyd) , Ji
Richard Grat(an, blk. g. (Elliott).. dla
Demonla Wllkea, b. h. (Helman).. di
Time: 1:04, 2:06, 2:06. 2:0614.
Trotting, l.li class, slak W.vuO, three In
Billy Burke, br. c. by Silent Brook-
Crystals, last (Benyon) ,. Sill
nobble U. Mcuregor, g. g., by HOD
ert T. MoGregor (McDonald) lit
Henry H.. b. g. (Dean) 4 11
Annette R.. blk. m. (McCarthy).... I S 4
Myrtle Grannette, blk. m. (An
drew) H I I
Belle Colbert, b. m. (Fenelon) 17 7 6
Oakland Flobar, br. h. (Laaelle).... 0 0 Id Is
Decoration, ch. g. (Keating) 3dls
Time: 2:00V. 2:08V., 2:084. 2004.
Trotting, 2:18 class, purse 1,000, three In
Sable Maid. blk. m.. by Rudy-
Margaret Mill (Murphy) 1111
Banon Penn, br. h., by William
Penn (Shuler) 1 B t t
Velsora, b. m. (Cox) 12 4 1
Caatle Pome, b. h. (Chandler) S S I 4
Henry Winter, b. h. (McDonald).. 4 4 6 3
u. J., cri. g. (Owing) dls
Time: 1:11V.. 2:1SV4. 1:104, 2:124.
Pacing, 2:17 class, purse 11,000, three In
five, unfinished 1
Hallle Lou, b. m., by Hal B. (Snow). 1 S 1
The Philistine, b. h, (Owinga and
May Queen, b. m. (McLaln) 4 12
Lady Athel, b. m. (Bpangler) 4 4
Harold P., rn. g. (Hunnell) dla
Time: 1:0714, . Ml.
Emma Z and Ben Bile Fight Hard!
In Twenty Pae.
RED OAK, la., July 27. (Special Tele-gram,)r-To
racea opened today with the
track la good condition and a big crowd in
attendance.. The eventa acheduled wer 'the
2:22 trot. In which there were seventeen
starrer,! and th iso- paoe,-in'whlch' ight
faced th starter. - ,-
The trot was a hot race and went to the
full five heats. Emma Z. and Ben Biles
held equal positions In the summaries at
the finish and divided flrat and aeoond
moneys, nest time, l:Z0"4-.
Harry C. captured the pace In atralght
heat. Best time, 2:14V..
Tomorrow Baron Dillon, Jr., and Colonel
Axoyone will resume the fight which they
have been carrying on In Nebraaka, when
they meet In the fifteen trot. Eight other
are entered in this race.
The twenty-five pace, with fourteen en
tries, and the three-year-old trot, with ten
entriea, are also scheduled." '
The firemen's - parade waa one of the
features today. The Clinton, Sioux Cty
and Red Oak teams wer lined up for this.
Cherokee Indians Lose,
DAVID CITY, Neb., July S7.-(Speolal.)
Th Cherokee Indian base ball team.
now touring Nebraska, waa defeated In a
hot game at Pavld City yesterday by a
score of 0 to 6. The game wit marked
by rapid double playa and atellar fielding.
Howser for David Ctty and Payne for the
Indiana atarred at bat. Th Indians go to
Oaoeola for their next gP-me. .
No matter in what way an old sore or ulcer first oommenoecl, whether from
a wound, out, or bruloo, or from tie ulceration of a pimple, wart or mole, or evoii
If it came without reason, the fact that it does not heal shows that bad .blood Is
back of the place. While the circulation remains Impure and polluted the .nerves
end tissue of the flesh around the place are constantly being fed with unhealthy
matter, and the fibres are thus prevented from knitting together and healing;
Purify the blood and the plaoe MUST heal, its cause having been removed.
B. B. 8. cures old sores and chronlo ulcers because it is the greatest of all blood
purifiers.' It cleanses and removes from tne circulation every taint or impurity,
and so enriches the blood that it feeds and nourishes the tender, sensitive flesh,
causes a knitting together of all fibrous tissue, and thus heals the place entirely;
Jt works on the simple principle of curing by removing the impurities which
produce the trouble. Book on Sores and TJloers and any medical advloe free.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, OA
You will find our late night train to Denver convenient.
TUE COLORADO LIMITED NO. 9
,, It Leaves Omaha at 11:25 P. M.
-Jt Arrives in Denver at 1:00 P. M.
This is the usual Burlington standard, high-clues dynamo'
electric lighted, fast train .fvir ears, diners, 6tandard
and observation sleepers. '
Omaha-Denver Sleeper Ready at 9:30 P. H.
THE OVERLAND EXPRESS, NO. 3
It Leaves Omaha at 4:10 P. M.
It Arrives in Denver at 7:20 A, M.
Electric lighted throughout, with chair cars, dinerB, .also
through standard and tourist sleepers for Rait Lake, Los
Angeles and Sim Francisco. -: . ,
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MILLERS WIN FROM COLONELS
Louisville Takes Losing End ol
BOTH SCORE IN. THE LAS1
Minneapolis Captures Game br Land ,
las; Oao In Fifth and Another 'v
In Math- Two Three-Banners.
LOUISVILLE. July 27,-Mlnnaapoll
from Loulsvlll today, I to 1. . Boor;
tOUISVILLg. ,, M1NNSAPOUI
AB.H.O.A.S. AB.H 0
ItdMn.nn, ss. I 1 I I Clrir, of ... II
PVkerln rf. 4 I HAItlstr. 41
Btanlar, ef... 14 CO'N.ll, If.... 411
Howard, lb. . 4 1 I 0 Williams, lb. t 0 4
Bnhannan, Ik 4 1 4 I eRoaaman, rf.. 4 I 1
Flalier, If.,,, I I 1 Or.rrla, lb.,, I 1 I
Masre, 1110 ouiu, ID , If
). IX'rl. I
aw, p... 1 0
110 0 Total If T It 11 I
. Total ..... I 17 11
Batted tor Weaver In the ninth,
Louisville 00000000 11
Minneapolis 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1-2
Two-baae hit: Magee. Three-baa hits:
Robinson, Ferris. Btruck out: By J. Doyle,
2; by Patteraon, 4; by Weaver, 1. Baae on
ball: Oft J. Doyle. 1; off Patterson, I; off
Weaver, 1. Umplr; Hay and Owen.
t. Panl Defeat ladlnnapolta. . . .
INDIANAPOLIS, July 27,-Pltcher Laroy
who was retired at the end ot three In
nings yesterday, ' "cam back" today and
let Indianapolis down without a hit, St.
Paul winning, 4 to 2, and making the series
an even break. The locals had to us three
ST. PAUU INDIANAPOM. -
Cl.rks, If.... I 1 1 0 oChadbourno, of I 04 1
Bratn. lb I
Jon., cf..,.. I
s imtiiama, lb e e s
t liarean, rf.. 4 4 4
4 ICarr, lb 4 0 11)
4 blhaty, M 4 4 4 e
0 IHnwIay, c... 1 O 4
4 OBn-wermsn, 1 0 4 1 1
0 IMuroh. lb... 110
1 CMIIMian, as . 1 I 0
MiM 'ormlrs, a. I
Murray, rt.. I
Aulrar, lb... I 0 10
Bouofcsr, lb.. 4
iroy, p...., I
Olaae. p U I 0
10 I 17 I Ichanar. ... t
Do4, p 1
' , . nTllili M IT 4 I
St. Paul 0 0 0 0 1 I 0 1 04
lndlanapolla 0 I 0 0 0 0 0 0 01
Two-base hit: Jonea, McCormick. Three
base hit: Clark. Struck out; By Olaae, 4;
by Cheney. I; by Laroy, 4; by Dowd, 1.
Stolen bases: Delenanty (I). Olaae, Brain,
Murray. Base on balls: Off Laroy, I; off
Glas, .-; off Cheney, I. Sacrifice nlla:
Jonea, Autrey. Hlta: Off Glas. 4 In five
Innlnga, none out In the alxth: off Cheney,
1 in three Innings; off Dowd, 0 In one In
ning. Umplrea: Chill and Bush. Time: 1.46.
Colombo Wins Final. . 4
COLUMBUS, July 27,-Columbu won tho
final game of the aerlea with Milwaukee,
8 to 0, the visitor being unable to do
anything with Llebhardt's delivery. Cant
well was knocked out of the box In tho
third, when alx runa were scored. McGlynn
finished the game. Score:
"" AS. H.O. A. S.'.
W rattan, lb.. 641 plsenear, of., 1011
Hlnohman, It 4 1 10 OCharlea, lb . 4 0 14
AB.H.O.A.S. . AB.H.O.A.S
Concalum. rf 6 I 1 IRajidall. rf
I 0 11 0
Downs, lb... I 1 4 I lMaOaiin, lb.
Rsllly, cl.... 1 I 4 (Clarke, lb..
04 wall, lb.... I 111 CLwwl. aa...
Mahllng, s.. 1 1 1 I CBraan, if...
Arbogaat, e. 4 I I 0 0 Marshall, c.
Llebhardt, p. 4 0 1 tlcantw.ll, p.
- MoOlynn, p.
Totals M UH1I 2Brtllfrt ..
4 0 1
4 0 14
1 0 0 0
, . Totsls It 4 14 11 I
Batted for MoOlynn In ninth. '
Columbus 00410010 4
Milwaukee 00000000 0-0
Stolen base: Odwell, Mahllng, Spencer.
Sacrifice hits: Mahllng, Rellley. " Sacrifice
fly: Mahllng. Baaea on ball: Off Cant
well, 8; Llebhardt, 4. Two base hlta: Con
palton, Rlolley. Hlndeman. Double play:
Mahllng and 6dwell; Chadle, Lewi and
MeGann. Hit by pltoher: Spencer. Struck
out: By Llebhardt, J; by MeGlyna, t-Hlti
Off Cantweil, 0 In thre Inning. Umpire:
Blcrhaiter and Cusack. Time: 1V46.
Toledo Defeat Kansas Cltr.
TOLEDO, July 27. Toledo defeated Kan
sas City today In the closing game of th
series, holding the visitors safe at all times.
TOLEDO. KANSAS CITY.
AB.H.O.A B. AB.H.O.A.S.
Hallmao, rf. I 0 1 0 (Shannon, If., I 1 1
Hlnohman, jp I III oOooaah, rf... I i 4 a 0
tulllvan, of,.. I 110 OHuntsr, lb.,. 4 1110
Hickman, If. I 1 1 oLova, a I i 4
f mniiii, v. a a a vria-iuary, ,. . a s 1
Duller, as.... 4 111 CHIttar, s I 4 4 1 -0
Land, I 4 I 1 OBarbaau, lb.. I 0 I t
MoCartbr, lb 4 1 4 dPnwnla. lb... I 0 I i 1
lingung, p., ill SBrandom, .,
Totals 17 7 87 14 , 0 Total ,.w..2T I 14 11 I
Toledo 0 6 0 2 0 0 2 0 4
Kansas City .0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11
fcaorlflce hits: Hallman (2), Hlnchman.
Sacrifice fly: Freeman. Baaea on ball: Off
Yingllng, I; off Brandom, 4. Struck out: By
Ylngllng, 1; by brandom, I. Double play:
Butler to Hlnchman to Freeman (2); Mc
Carthy to Freeman. Left on bases: Toledo,
7; Kansas City, 2. Hit with pitched ball:
Cocash. Tim: 1:66. Umpires: Guthrl and
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