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Tim BEE: OMAHA. RAlTTTlDAY, OCTOBER 1. 1010.
Rourkes Conquer Antelopes Seven to Six; Athletics Break Record for Season's" Victories; Giants Swamp Doves
i RODHRtS BEAT ANTELOPES
Four Pitchers Are Used in Attempt
' to Stop Omaha.
FIKAL SCOBE IS SEVEN TO SIX
Visitors pile f tetfn Ran In tho
leTMth IrkooiioTrr ttram
Three-Base lilt and Two
LINCOLN, Bept. V-Kour Lincoln
pitchers could not stop Omaha today, and
th visitors won by a score of T to 6.
Jude If i 0 i 1
3aKhlor, ss 4 10 1
Cola, cf (112
Cobb, rf 1 i 0 8
Cock man, 3b 1110
Kruger, lb 1 0 0 8
Weldensaul, 2b 4 111
Clark, a 10 0 7
McOrath, p 0 0O0
Wolveiton, p I 0 0 0
Fox, p 0 0 0 1
Uelst, p 10 0 0
Totals 31 i 6 27
Arock. 2b li 1 2
King, cf 3 2 2
Ki'hoonover, rf 0 0 3
Wgg.rt, If 6 0 0
Kane, lb 3 10
Morlarlty, lb 3 11
Kneuves, M 4 11
Oomlmg, c 2 10
Khoades, p 10 1
Melter p 2 0 0
Ball Game With
Real Actors in
Cinderella Girl Company Wallops the
Martin Beck Hired Hands at
,1 0 0 0 1
0 2 3 0 0
over (2). Double olavs: Uaftnler to Knitter.
Kneavea to Katie. Btolen Ijh: Cock-
man, HlRgeit, Kane. Bacnflce hits;
Oagnler. Cobb. KrtiRer. Clark. Kneaves
UondlnK. Btrurk out: Hy McOrath, 1; by
Wolverton, 4; by Oi-ist, I; hy lthua.les, 3.
Banes on bulls:' Off McOrath, 3; oft
Wolveiton, 1; off Kox, 1. Wild pitch:
Rhoades, 1. Left on bases: Lincoln, 6;
Omaha, 16, Time: 2:06. Cm pi re: Clark.
Having a real base ball frame In their
show for every performance makes It easy
for the members of the Cinderella Olrl
company to pull off an Imitation name oc
casionally and at Vinton street park Fri
day morning, a congregation of actors.
ulnars, stage hards and ringers from the ahead of him
Ovpheum was walloped by a score of 18 to
4 In four blissful Innings. After that the
exponents of vodeveel went back to their
own game of working an hour a day and
drawing SfiOO a week maybe.
The catcher and the wonder worker of
the P.randeia theater bunch was waller.
He stood up behind the bat without fear
and efhpped every ball he could get his
hands on. That waa something or a dif
ficult feat because R. Dale, the pitcher, had
a world of eed.
Jack Henry, once a western league star,
waa drawn in for th Orpheum on the pre
text that ha ence carried a bucket ef paint .Boston
GIANTS PILE UP BiG SCORE
Doves Lose by Score of Seventeen to
TOTAL OF FORTY-FIVE SAFE HITS
Brrker'i Ham Ban In the Fifth
Brought In Three Men Ahead of
Ulna DTore Ceta Three-
Standing of the Teams.
BOSTON, Bept 30. New Tork eaBlly de
feated Boston today, 17 to 1 Becker a
home run in the fifth sent three runa in
rnr, lf-rf. t
rx.T . sb.... s
apodtraaa, ef 1
Murrar. rf-ll i
1 Cellini, If.
1 Burt. lb....
0 Rartden, e.
0 Brown, p...
3 4 14
1 11 0
I 1 o e
4 4 4ft
4 4 1
.41 It tl 14 I
DO I III, 10
Toprkjt l.oaea, Ten It. Three, nnd
Foor to .othlnr.
ST. J08KFH. Sept. 30 -Hard hitting by
St. Joaeph defeated Topeka in the first
double-header today, score,
for Charlea Qore, es'a friendly service for
the Orpheum stags manager, but his skill
couldn't make up for what the others did.
Two of the three White Kuhna named A.
Kuhn and B. Kuhn, respectively, were In
prominent and disgraceful positions and
Tommy, who would have to go by his last
name If he ever joined a team, was a bright
particular star from the Japanese troupe.
Tho Brandels team was quite as duplldtous
In its scheming as the vaudeville actors,
and had It all planned to use the goat from
the Cinderella Girl company as a useful
force In an emergency, but the ridiculous
tlnm-like ease with which the opposition
fell Into their outstretched maw made
tricks nil unnecessary. On the Orpheum team
were: Holland, Tommy, Henry, Sidney, B.
Kuhn, Murray, Hunter, Porter and Kuhn.
The Brandels conquering heroes were made
up of E. H. Waller, ft. Tale, L. C. Clausen,
F. WunderUy, L. Schnlta, R. Radcllff, F.
Mitchell, C. Kllngbell and C. Vorhees.
Tola la ..
A B. It
Fugaie, p ,
Down to Work
in All Leagues
Some Good Scores Ran Up on Omaha
Alleys Eeios Show TJp Well
in First Contest.
44 It 27 16 I
Batted for Wiltsa In the fifth.
New Tork 1 3 0 0 0 1 0 3 317
3 0 2 2 0 0 0 9 1
Bane on balls: off Brown, 4: off Curtia,
1; aft Mattern, 4, Struck out: By Brown,
l; by Mattern, 1; by Wlltse. i; Dy cran
dall. 3: bv Rudolph. 2. Home run: Becker,
Three-base hit: Devore. Two-base nits:
Miller (2), Wilson, Brown. Hits: on
Brown. Kl in four Innlnss: off Wlltse. 11
In 4 four Innlncs: off Curtis. 2 In one and
one-third innings; off Cran.lall, 6 in four
innings; erf Kudoipn, i in one inning; on
Mattern. 4 in three ana two-tmras innings,
Tlnve: 2:15. Umpires: Klem and Kane.
Phillies Plar Tl.
BROOKLYN. N. T.. Sept. 30-Brooklyn
and Philadelphia played ten Innings to a
tie, today in a heavy-hitting battle, In
which six pitchers were used. Bcore:
PHILADELPHIA. UKOUKLVN. '
Titus, rf 4 t 4 4 4 p Idaon, cf. 4 I 1 0 4
1(40 Imflxrt. lb. . f 4 ID I
4 8 4 1 Wheat, II. .. I 4 4
1 I 0 Hummel, 2b. 6
I 1 0 0 Coulaon, rf.. 4
I 10 6 4 Mcttlveen. 3b 4
3 14 0 stark, m...
17 0 0 Miller, e...
I I 1 4Buioh
1 0 .1 1 Berton, c.
0 0 0 4 Itmkar, p.,
0 4 4 4Rrwln ....
0 0 1 U 'Dillon ...
.44 14 II 11 I Lennox ..
Sioux City - 1S4
St Joaiph 'A
Pes Mo nes 13
AMER, LEAOfE. I NATL. LEAOl'E.
Philadelphia. W 4fi ,w:iChlcago .'.....4 47
New yoik....S2 ti .o9 .New iorit....iw.K'J
lelrolt S3 M M Pittsburg ....3 2 .672
Boston M .MSl Philadelphia. .74 71 .611
Cleveland .. .67 77 .4 Cincinnati ...73 75.493
Washington. .64 f3 -4 St. Loula 69 S3 .41
Chicago 64 63 .436 1 Brooklyn W stj .411
St. Louis 45103 .304 Hoston ow 9t4.i
Omaha, 7; Lincoln, 6.
lies Moines, 9; Sioux City, a
Topeka, 2-0; t. Joseph, 10-4.
Lenver, 7; Wichita, ti,
Boston, 1: Phlladolphla, 4.
Chlcaso. ; 6t Louis, 1.
Washington, ; New York, 3. ,
Vast York 11 Ritaton. ft.
Phllalell)h'la, 9; Brooklyn, . Called at
end of tenth; darkness.
Western League Omaha at Lincoln, Pes
Molneo at Sioux City, Topoka at bt. Jo
seph. IHwver at Wichita.
American Lieague Moston at. r-nuivuni
UULE1TCS SMASH RECORD
Leaders Defeat Boston and Make it
PITCHER COOMBS IS EFFECTIVE
Home Team Takes Advantage of Er
rors and Takes the Combat by
the Bcore of Foar
PHILADELPHIA. Bept, 30.-By Winning
today'B game from Boston. Philadelphia
broke the American league record for vic
tories, which waa set at ninety-eight by
Detroit last year. Coombs was effective.
while the home team took advantage of
Boston's errors and won by 4 to 1. Bcore;
rniUAUltl.ru I A. BOSTON.
AB H O A am tl ft r
HartMl. U... e OClsrdner, lb.. 4 V l' 4 i
Ur4, rf. ... 4 14 4 I Hnmwr rf ... 1 t S o
Cclllns. lb... I 14 1 ORnnker. cf... 1 S I 4 (l
Mt-Innls, 3b.. 4 1110 Lewis, If 4 1 o
lb.... 4 1 4 I I Bnilo, tb....l 14 4 4
Kimnn. tl.... l 5 s or,-nn . a m h t i
jurrr, M 4 I 1 t 1 Prtfll.r. lb.. 4 4 4 4 4
' ) T I VKIennw. ... 1 3 4 1
ceoraM, 4 0 4 1 4crrli. . 1 114 0
Wood, p I 4 4 4
Totals 14 41711 .
Tnttla 14 4 14 11
PftPton a a l a n a a nt
x-nnaaeipni 4 1 1 0 0 2 0
Two-baae hits: Barry 12). Bacrlflca hit:
phia, Chicago at 8C Louis, Washington at Bpeaker. Stolen base: Btmnk. Struck out
Knit, lb.... I
Bsun, cf...., t
Vf. !(.... I
Grant, 3b 4
Brnuflcld, lb 4
t'ooln. m. . . . t
Muran, e I
Mocro. p 1
Bluttler, p... I
Olrard, p 4
bronrun, p... 1
National Leajrue fit. Louis at Pittsburg,
New York at Boston. Philadelphia at
CRElCarON READY FORFRAK
Team Has Last Scrimmage for Yank
ton Game Tomorrow.
VISnOBS TO, ARRIVE TONIGHT
By Wood, I;
by Coombs, t.
Left on bases
Bases on balls
Boston, 6; Philadelphia
orf Woods, S; off Coombs, 3. First base on
errors: Boston, 1; Philadelphia, I. Wild
puon: toonibs . Time: 1:6 Umpires
Connolly and Egao.
White Sox Win Easily.
ST. I.OI'IR Sent il TV, If am rt.f.( CI
Louis In the final came tf the aerl lArl.v
I.ix-al Team Shows I'p Strong; and Fit
for Classy Strotrgle Llneop Not
teCn'll, 2b 4
Lord, lb 4
Mtlosn, rf... 4
bURpenger. If 1
Slitrkburn, m I
wuiien, lb... 5
Blerk. e 4
Olmttosd, p.. S
Fu-est, 3b.,.. 0
AS. H.O. A.
4 Traesdsle, 2b I
0 JiTiwn, Sb... 4
1 Nonhn, cf.
4 Hr Umui, rf
0 M.llnr. p...
New Foot Ball
is Not a Game
List of Injuries to Date Shows that
All Danger to Flayers is Not
PHILADELPHIA. Sopt 30 That fool
ball under the new rulea Is not likely to
degenerate Into a pastime for mollycoddles
as was feared by expert who favor the
old-fashioned gan.e, Is shown by the In
juries already sustained by players on
Franklin field In regular games and In
practice. Here is the list up to date
Brown, Dickinson college, broken collar
bone, snstnlneo: in game.
bone, received In practice.
Mam, r ennByiTaiuvk
kneei out of came for a week.
Clark and Keogh, Pennsylvania,
Toung. Joudet and Shoemaker, Pennsyl
vanla, lame knees or ankles.
collar bone broken
n-ct statement, but they have great confi
dence In the Justice and common sense of
General Barry, the superintendent, whe,
they believe, will put a different light upon
the situation within another week.
BRITISH ACCIDENTS FEWER
Itepnrte from Itallroad Men In Great
Britain hov Travel t.rovtlnar
Local railroad officers have received
copies of a reiort handed In to the British
board or trade that accidents on the rail
ways In England In i:! have a decided de
crease from those In li08.
The following Is the list as given: 971
killed against 1.043 In l!W. 7,633 injured
against 7.954 In 1MR. When the enormous
amount of traffic on these lines Is remem
bered these records are a testimonial to th
Secretary Dickinson at Harbin.
HARBIN. Manchuria. Bert. SO Jacob M.
Dickinson, the American oecretary of war;
Krieailier General Clnreuce It. Edwards.
chief of the bureau of insular affair, and
their partv passed through here today en
route fiom Peking to Moscow and Bt.
.44 14 M 14 4
Totals 30 S 6 24 13 4
Ht. Joseph 0 1 2 0 3 4 0 0 10
Topeka 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 02
' Three-base hits: Powell, Goodrich. Two
bas hits: Kellly. Corhan 12), Johnson (2.)
Stolen bases: tox 1,2), Jones (3), Corhan,
Goodrich, Thomason, Maxey. Struck out:
By Johnson, 7; by fr'ugale, 6. Base on
bans; By Johnson, 1; by Funate, 3. Time:
1:40. Umpire: liurlhurt.
Score, second game: . . .
A LI. H. H. O. A. E.
S 0 2 2 0 0
The Pete Lochs and Brodegaard Crowns
had an Interesting aeries on the Metro
politan alley last night. In the first game
the Lochs had an cany time of It, but in
the second game there was something do
lng all the time, with little Bill Vosa
iiiiwuB ma puis iur wl 4-m score, wnutj m I l y i
Martin nhot a 222 gam?. The Crowns cap- Stl VC OCllC
" vva uiv vaajyiiu H hi 1 1 IV taVJIU iMU UUT U vu
1 lost ot d . . ,
B. Martin .
Fox. 2b ,
Stoffer, . Sb
.0 0 0
'Uame called at the end of seventh inning
on account of darkness.
Two-base hit: Powell. Stolen bases:
nwell lil. Kellly. Sacrifice hit: Oorhan.
Double play: Beckley to Peoplea,
out: By bwlft. ; by uinen
l balls: Off Swift. 1; off Ulftei
7. Hit b
intoned ball: By Sswift,
lOIX LOSE rOOIILY I'LAVKU GAMES
Ik.. Molnea Wlua by Scorn of Nino
RirtiTTf CTTY. Rmoi. 3u.- Des Moines d
feated Sloua City today in a poorly played
game. The batting ot Haitman ana st
uck featured, bcore:
SluL X CITV.
AB. It. 11. O. A.
2 13 5
Andreas, 2b 4
Welch, lb., 3b.
Hues ton, p.
13 27 16
Batted for Miller In the eighth.
Batted for Uucker in the eighth, but
was taken out.
Batted for Erwin In the eighth.
Batted for bcanlon in the tenth.
Philadelphia 0 000 1 0080 0-9
Brooklyn ivviivvs v
Left on bases: Philadelphia, 10; Brooklyn,
10. Two-base hits: Magee, Urant. Two-
susjii :sunj eiuoti 'Uosinon :iu sum
find. Dauoert, Coulson. Stolen bases:
Magee, Dauoert, llummell, uouison.
Douole play: Bergen to McE3veen, Base
ivi balls: Off Moore, 2; oft Saettlor, 1; oXt
Brennan, 2; oft Uucker, 4. Struck out:
By Moore, 1; by Bhettler, 3; by Kucker, 6;
Ktf Q..anln 9 III, K ., t.ll.kn kaU- 13 , 1 1 r
.i . ... Kill,,,,, ..tv uj i u n m. . l . hux.m
Magee. Passed ball: Moran. Hlta: Off?
Moore, 3 in three innings; off Shettler, 3
In four Innlncs: off Ulrurd. 1 in one and
one-third iniung; oif Kucker, 13 In nine in
nings. Time: 2:07. Umpires: Kason and
Totals . 9ii 941 347' 2,99 Bad manners of the Victor Throw
BROLlfiUAAKD CROWNS. ; T. n. u.u rr:.u..
1st. 2d. 3d. Total. .. AH-ccia vu
Her Into Panic.
Pagarborg 1WI . U2 li 630
vooa lid 243 :& b31
bhultx iko 179 149 6ti
Carman m 191 11 611
Hough 117 170 laS 446
over, everything atands in readiness for
the annual game between Cretghton univer
sity and Yankton college. The northern
squad, with Coach Roberts In charge, will
arrive in this city this evening'. Tankton
oomes with an aggregation of experienced
men, .and they hope to reverse last year
A short signal practice Will form the
major portion of this evening's work on
the hill. No definite line-up has bean se
looted yet by the coach, although Morgan
thaler has been shifted from tackle to full
back. Hopkins, a new acquisition, will
most probably fill In the optin tackle.
Backfleld to Bo Chosen Tonight.
The back, field will be chosen tonight from
Levy, Magulre, Klye, Quigley. Phllbin or
O'NelL "Big" Lee will be seen in his old
position on the right of the line. The team
suffers a great handicap, due to the fact
that Marrln, who has played so brilliantly
in past years, is suffering from an injury
received In the Alumni match last week.
This necessitates a general shaking up of
the back field, . but does not weaken the
team to any extent. Coach Miller la well
satisfied with thtushowlng of his man dur
lng the last few days, and expect them to
put up the battle of their lives In the open-
' -- w w . MVDOiDi auviiiat Miu TirtnUTrn 4 T-r A-. - A. M . . . . .
Blssnn hv hn .i.,j k .... i. """ViJV ""' rept. uenver
.. , io "'-1 iook a ten inning game from Wlchlt
Totals 802 9t6
COLUMBUS, O.. Bept. SO.-NaUve Belle
758 2,538 I Mlsa Stokes, champion trotters Of last
xne bt, James and Harvey a Colts, to year at 3 and 1 years, today won the
settle a lung dispute as to which was tho S-yeaf-old and 2-year-old divisions of the
better team, bowled their fcame on the Horse Review futurity in races that were
uasemeni alleys at the Metropolitan last maa uncertain by the unsteadlnesa ef
night, the Bt. James taking two games, also each,
H aster ....
V 3d. Total.
Native Belle was faverlte, but her man
ners threw the wagering publlo into
Panlfi that did nAl H.ihal until t,n...J
.Si I.,. . . .u, i.uun
.i way in tne fifth heat and wen it
4tl la l9H. She did the first quarter of the
464 urai neat in 0:294.
miss btokee. first choioa in the Junior
1.372 f ,vl,l. broke going away in the first
neat, wnicn went to Justioe Brooke in alow
3d. TJoitti-. -I Ih middle heat was a see-saw be.
iw ( 41 iween tne two almost all the way, which
-w I naipsM DIDKM U'4-l(l n4 4aaI a a
v.a situ iuua en ct'Ul u Ui
l:C6hi. She won th third heat in slower
time, though it waa aa stubbornly . oon
testea aa the second one. Leftwhltch won
me pacing envision as aha nleased.
In an attempt to beat his world' record
bt 2:01, made here a
Harvester failed. He stepped the ' first
Quarter in less than half a minute, but took
0:3m for the second quarter. The third
hnn vaa t tH a.wv . . ...
515 total, and Ued Zltxman T.,r .mu . . "".Vw " v ou "l
with. 178. . " " v.w, making the mile In 2:01;.
W ROTH'S SPKCIALa 1.. . i, .V' lRMT l thrM roe
lu 2d. 3d. ToUl. 1 " "' " lavurue over tne field of
HAKVEy S COLTS.
744 774 790 2.315
The .Wroth' Specials took three straight I
auiea irum we noaps lam mgnv on ran-
cluco's alleys. Thl is the first time these
two teams have met. Mann made a total
ot 659 and waa high on totals 6r th night.
Geddes waa high man for thb Hospea with
S45 m 48
5,, ,., yaa. ne won In tralght beats
la Dlokle C. forcing him to make the u.t n.
r" in i
2:09 class, nacinfl' rh,u t.An. ma.
Independence Boy. ch. g. (Valentine). I
9 I u. in. IVJOXI 9
Iilckle l eh . tr,llli i
lady Isle, b. m. (Cox)"..
Dickie C., ch. g. (Crocker)
Beautv Wllken. h m ,n.k
8d. Total. The Philistine, b. s. (MeHenfyi..
warry Uc, b. g. (Patterson)..
princess Hal. b. m. (Hedrlok).
u. k. iMarvini..
41 . 14
Wilson In ninth,
0 110 10 1
1 0 0 4 0 0 1
Two-base hits: Welch, Isbell, Harlman,
CI Alio, Mattick, Kelly, Dwyer (3). Thiee
baae hit:' Hartman. Home run: Nleholf.
Saorltlce hits: Hartman. Cullman, Clem
imns titolen bane: Colllgan. Double play:
Herche to Clernmons to lmyer. lilts: orf
Hnrrhe. II In aeven and two-tniriis innings.
Baaes on balls: (iff Wilson, 1: off Herche,
Struck out: By Wilson, tf; by Heiche,
4. Wild pitches: Heiche, I. Passed ball:
Clemm.ine. Time: 1:50. Umpire: Haskell.
Total 741 7 822
On the Francisco alley
455 M3''01 Queen, b. tn. (KelYy)"!"'""! g
U2 Time: iM. 1:06. 'iM.
- tJ?Tf,rV?ZL 'uturlty. 3-year-old
th new team
tern, I in 5, $6,600:
JN stive Belle, b.
f. ff urnhtrl M a
t'niiii vu.. wit,, m ? f
in th Omaha league, th. Rdoa. took th Grace, ch! 71 (McDivItU UU"a'" J i
Jetter Into camp for three straight game Ab'.b. c. fGeeis) !!!"!!6 3 5 3
..u.u nj.uu, til. i. ij. uenvon ...4 R A m
and took total pins by 79. Captain Youaem
took all hunurs for his team, with SOS
single game and 554 for total. Kennedy
took ail honors for hi team, with 546 for
totals and 199 for single game. Score:
. 1st. 24. 3d. Total.
r-. tsorgaru l,y 164
Sutter liu 105
Sage lut luJ
Stuns 1..7 14.
1 ullmra itM 111
prlngflrld nnd WtriiUg Water.
BPKINGFIKLD, Neb., hept. 0.-The fol
lowing schedule ha boen prepared for the
Bprlngfield High aciiutd foot ball team,
wiilch opened the srasun liuit Saturday by
defeating Nebraska City High school;
October 1, Uetping Water High school, at
Weeping Waiei-; October 8, Weeping Water
academy, at KinLngfield; October 15, Ash
land High school, at Akhland; October 22,
Weeping Watur High school, at Spring
field; October 19. Omaha High second
team, at Springfield; November 5. opvn;
November 12, South Omaha High, at South
Omaha. Supeilntendent tapletou is en-teav-orlng
to arrange games with Council
bluffs and Plultsmouth High school.
Contrmels and Heleasea.
CHICAGO. Bept. 29 President B. B. John
son of the American league today an
nounced the following list of contracts and
lteleused: By Chicago, to Montreal, C.
j.Grnmi and C. Trench; to Bt. Joeeph. Pow-
ell. Kellly, Cooler and Collins; to Wichita,
Jf fUght and Burnham; to Dea Moines, Owen;
V to San Fianciaco, Weaver and McDonald;
to tguiney. Anderson. By sit. Louis, to Bos
ton, vMeyers; to Cleveland. Newtuo. By D
irUt. to Memphis. Thrasher.
t auer ....
b!7 815 3.4.13
813 813 792 V lift
Mercantile league the Onlmoda
won two games out of three from the
Wuariermaaier'a Department team. Griffin
Of th Onimod had high single game, with
JU3 pins, and Amluxem bad high total, with
Tonight In th Mercantile league Ak-6ar-Bens
Tonight In the Booster league the Peo
ples' Store against Stors Malts, and Tou
em's Coils against West Sides. Score;
1st. 2d. Zd. Total.
Martla Ids io 1w m
Menu .' 1J lo3 117
Kowiand 13 li3 129 534
With the last scrimmage of the
Totals 31 27 12 1 Totals 40 14 IT 14 1
Bt. Louis 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 01
Chicago 0 1 0 0 1 4 2 1 0-4
Two-base hit; Choulnard. Three-haae
hits: Stephens, Stone. Bases on bails: Off
Mslloy, 3; off Boyd, 1. Struck out: By
Malloy, 8; by Olmatead, 8. Hits: Off Mai
lay, 8 In six and two-third Innings; off
Boyd, 12 In three Innings: Time: 1:44. Um-
week Iplres; Evans and Sheridan,
Highlanders Are Losers.
NEW YORK. Sent. 30 The New Voiles
Slayed their first game at home today un
er the new manager, Hal Chase, and lost
to Washington, 4 to 3. Soore:
WASHINGTON. NBW YORK.
Milan. et....3 110 0 Danlela, If... 4 140
Elterreld. lb. 3 0 3 X 0 Hmrblll. rf. 4 0
Can'bam, lb, i I I 1 0 ('hast., lb..,. 4 0
gcm rlott, lbS 1 4 0 0 Knisht, as... 4 3
Bchaafer, If.. 4 1 4 4 0 Uardnor, 3b.. 4 I
McBrlde, aa.. 3 1 8 3 0 cm, cf 4 I
Graalar, rf...l 1 4 0 0 Auatln, 2b. ...4 1
fiuaat, e 4 0 4 0 1 Blair, c 8 4
Groom, p.... I 0 0 1 0 Warhop, p.... 2 0
Laporta .... 1 0
Totals 12 I 37 71
Totals 84 4 87 M 3
Batted for Warhop in the ninth.
Washington 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 1 1
New York. i 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 23
Two-base hits: Cunningham, McBrlrte,
Knight (3.) Three-base hit: Milan. Sacri
fice hit: Elberfeld.. Stolen base: War
hop. Left on bases: Washington, 7; New
Tork, 7. Base on errors: Washington, 1.
Double plays: Blair to Gardner; Knight
to Gardner to Cbas to Blair. Struck out:
By Warhop. 2; by Groom, 3. Base on
balls: Off warhop, 6. Hit by pitched batl:
By Warhop, Elberfeld; by Groom, War
hop. Wild pitch: Warhop, Time: . 1:47.
Umpires: O'Leughlln and Dineen.
Captain Forces Hen to Walk in Rain,
When Custom Sanctions Tramp
BALTIMORE!, Sept. 80 The cadet' side
of the existing trouble at West Point Mili
tary academy, as a consequence ot which
the entire corps Is under restrictions, was
given In a confidential letter from one ot
the cadets to a friends In. this city, who said
"The final grievance waa when Captain
Longan made 'area birds' walk in the rain.
Under this form of punishment cadet .have
to walk with their guns tor two hours on
Wednesday afternoon and four hours on
Sunday afternoon. It Is the immemorial
custom that they can walk on the stoop ot
the barrack when it rain. But Captain
Longan lined them out in the downpour, he
staying under cover, dry and smoking a
pipe. Moreover, ha refused to let th men
oil their guns and made tne corporal take
th rag out ot the bores, so that th cadets
had to clean off rust for day afterward,
"The men resent Captain Longan' rep
resentation that he waa a new man and
that the cadet wanted to break him in,
and they feel that he has not made a cor-
ment as officials for th game.
HIGH SCHOOL BUAI GETS HEADY
Wichita Loses by the Score of Seven
From Wichita thla
afternoon 7 to 6 with honors even on hlta
ana witn iuck favoring the visitors.
WICHITA. SeDt. 30 Score it?..i4t..u
AB. H. PO. A. E.
.8 2 8
J ""V, - c- trrocioo 7 4 ro
H!)v Ure.f5, Oood. b. f. (Grady). dis
lime: 2:07A. 1:09. I:07.. 2:uL. 2rOH
Miss blokea, b. b. (Willis) 3 i
Justice Brooke, b. e. (Miller) 1 3
Bonnie Hill, u. b. ( E. Benyon) 2 4
Peter boy, br. 0. (McDevitt) 4 3
" .t,:a- 1 UMcMahan; 3 dia
t A. 8W futu,1ty. 3-ear-old pacer
Leftwhicn. b. f. (Healev) 1 1 1
1; Inkling Dan. b. c. (Murphy) 2 2 2
Tim: 2:13, 2:16. 2:14.
To beat the world's record. 2:01, for trot
ting atalllons: The Harvester, br. h., by.
Walnut Hail (Geersi, i,.st. Time by quar
ter: 0.294, 1:01V. 1.31. 2:01V
. . Madison and Stanton Today.
MADISON, Neb., Sept. 30. (Special.) The
local foot ball aggregation, under the direc
tion of Coach Garrey of the Madison High
school, will measure strength with the
Stanton team on the Madit-ou gridiron Sat
urday. The game promisee to be exciting,
and much ia expected of the Madison line
up, owing to the superior management ol
! 'Jutach Garrey.
Boy on Edj (or Nebraska
City Game Tomorrow. Mlddleton, cf....
The Nebraska Citv fnnt Kail t . whi.k Pettigrew, rf 6
I to nlav Omaha thrh au.hnni ut,.rrf.u I Westerzll. 88 6
afternoon at Vinton street Dark ia to arrive I)vl8. 5
in Omaha Saturday morning over the Bur- Kmer, lb 8
'.scon ac Missouri. The bnva are flu abant I -a o
11:50 o'clock and will be entertained at I Clemmons, o ,, 5
the loung Men s Christian association. Ne- Belden, xxx 1
braska City has a fast team this year with SchmH, 3b 3
an averag of about 140 pound. They are Jckson, p 4
unnsnia a large number ot rooter and ;n""in, v,
will probably give th local lad a East Shaw, xx 1
game. mils, p 0
There will be no r.nlir tnr the I Total 46
Omaha High sohool this year, but, Instead, , DENVER.
v-u-.i jju. ucn win nave a large squaa irom TJevd 3b 8
-....v... ... v. . . m.j o. a aor me games.
The following will play in th Nebraska
City game: Iwt end, Diok Payne; right
ends, Hugh Millard, Emll Gall: guards.
Rachman, Carson. Murnhv. Delamatre
Vergil Rector, Voyle Rector; center, Rach
man. max uaiarige; tialfs, Howes, Bow
man. Mills: : fullbacks 1 Tnrt. rhlll Rnv Mn.
Cullough, Edward Morris. The officials for
the game will be: Referee, J. T. Maxwell;
Cedrlo Potter, umpire: Hamblln. field
l he new sweaters for the team have
come and will be worn by the boy for
the first time Saturday. Every member of
me squaa nas Deen working very hard
since scrimmage first began two weeks
ago, und all have been on the field each
day for over two hours. Coach Burnett has
tne toys working together, and tho work
Is exceptionally good for so earlv In the
year. The backs are fat players, and the
line this year is very heavy. Under the
present circumstances, it look a it the
Omaha High school team will retain their
present title er champions of eastern Ne
braska and Iowa.
Preliminary to the Omaha High school
games, a mass meeting la held every year
for th purpose of arousing enthusiasm
among the student body. Tomorrow after
noon will be the first mass meeting of the
year, uarns nas arranged cor the follow
lng to speak; Coach Burnett, Assistant
Secretary Dennloon, Carstemsen, a former
member of the faculty, and a loyal rooter
ot athletic last year, and Ben ("herring
ton, coach ot the foot ball team in 19us.
Interest in the ticket selling contest
which will end Friday afternoon is at Its
height. Up to yesterday noon the two up
per classes were about even, but th seniors
are ahead now and signify their intention
of winning the contest.
Ollmore, If ,
Dolan, ss ,
X Ran for Jackson In fourth,
XX Batted for Ellis In 10th.
XXX Batted for Schmid In 10th.
Denver 0 0 1 00 0 0 4
Wichita 4 0 0 1 0 1 0 0
Left on bases: Denver. 11: Wichita. 9.
Sacrifice hits: Schmid, Cassidy, Two-base
hits: Clemmons, Hax Schmidt. Cranmon,
Beall. Home run: Beall. Stolen base:
Beall, Davis. Westerill. Hits: Off Jack
son, 12 In eight Innings; off Harris, 14 In
nine and one-third: Ellis 1 tn two innings;
Olmstead, none in two-thirds. Double
plays: Sohmid to Koeruer; Hughes to
Koerner. Struck out by Jackson, 6; by
Harris. 4; Ellis, 1. Basel on balls: off
Jackson 4. Passed ball: Clemmons. Time
1.60. .Umpire Mullen.
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Schednlo of Beatrleo Teas.
BEATRICE, Neb., Sept. 30. (Special.)
The Beau ice High school foot ball team I
betting In shape for th eeaeon and haa
scheduled games with the following teams;
Nebraska Military academy, October T:
Hebron, October 11; r'airbury. Oclober 21;
Hastings, November 4; Lincoln, Novem
Mlas HnsamonS Win br Default.
BOSTON, Bept. SO. Because of a sprained
musct In her racquet arm. Mia Evelyn
Sears of Boston, waa obliged to default
today to Miss Louise Hammond of New
York, in the final match for the women
tennis single champiunahlp on the Long
wood courts. It Is expected she will be
kapl out of i ar for a f.w 4 t (Mily,
COL8S PICKS HIS FIRST LIXECP
Hkonka Will Be In Position of Tackle
'Colllna Is Bark.
LINCOLN. Neb., StpL 80 (Special.)
Cauig the forward pass to great advantage
the Cornhuukers were able to score four
touchdowns against the "scrubs" In a
thli ty-minute practice inuraaay night.
The varsity gained at will with the for
ward pass. Frank tore around the ends for
big gains, while his younger brother, who
haa been stationed at the other half, la
showing up nearly as well. The first scrim
mag showed that Nebraska had a virile
ofUnse, but th regular are unfamiliar
with the new rules. lh practice was
marred by frequent violations of the rules.
After a delay of two weeks, owing to a
wreck In Montana, "aid'' Collins, the big
lineman, finally - reported for practice
Ihuisday night. Collins ha been atalled
in a little mining town for a week waiting
for the revival of train operations. Rath
bone was out for the first practice Wednes
Cole has definitely announced that he will
use Shonka at tackle. Th big Bohemian
ha displayed aurnrlslnjt speed in th prac
tice games, ajid hi wonderful defensive
ability leada Col to believe that Hhnnka
will be a tower of strength on the defense.
Captain Temple will play the other tackle,
big ICIllott will play guard. Sid Collin at
center, while Hornherger and Freitag will
alternate at the other guard position. This
la the line-up Cole will present In the open
ing game of the aessob against Peru.
Chauner will be stationed at one end. while
Lofgren will probably start the game at th
other. Th coach will shift th line-up in
order to secure a line on his material.
Assistant Coach Ewing is enthusiastic
ever the freshman eleven. He deriar.a
that the scrubs will beat the varsity. Purdy
and Weaver In th bark field, alternating
with McKinnev, form a trio that is hrd to
peat, me solution or tne rack rield prob
lem will not eauae th ooacue mvh worry
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