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ITXtj Sf.rj! IrMAJlA, - TUSL)AY, MAY. 2, 1V1T.
Omaha Takes Opener From St. Joseph; Phillies Win; Tigers Run Over Naps x
CANT BE BEATEN AT HOME
Ronrkei Add St. Joe to Liit of Soalpi
for First Claihei.
ARE READY NOW FOR THE SIOUX
Larva Crowd ( Honf Brirn Ike
Cold In Se the Two ! IMay
n Eserntlonallr Fast
By hunching their hits tn th third In
ning anil work In Ilk vlrini on th
base. Pa Rourkes Colt took th fm
from the St. Jotaph turn yeatnrday after
nooo by l I to I score "C"hef Johnson,
the Drummer' Indian twlrleh. waa knocked
out of tha bos In tha third Inning and
Hannlfan put In hla place.
Tha gam, dasplt tha cold weather, waa
fain and full of eensatlonal playa, leading
among which waa Schoonover' catch of
Hannlfan'a fly In the aeventh with ona
hand. Heavy hitting and clever haae tal
Ing featurad tha game. tHirbin allowed but
aeven blta to tha Drummers, and four of
theae ware soratche. Omaha waa there
again with tha etlck and got away with
Notwithstanding tha fact ' that the pro
gram for ladles' day had been called off,
over 100 of the fair fan aat and ahlvered
throughout the entire nlna Inning and
when It came to . rooting mere man waa
sidetracked and tha shrieks of the feminine
voice could ha heard. The Rourkea wera
at their beat yesterday and had It not
been for the cold weather It la doubtful
If there would have been an error on
Melnke, tha clever Drummer short stop,
distinguished himself by his wonderful
work at tha Infield post. Ha handled seven
chances without an error and a 'couple of
them ware going aoma. King and Graham
wera there with the stick and clouted out
three hlta each. Zwllllng, the ft. Joseph
outfielder, lifted the first ball pitched by
Durbin in tha first Inning to center field
for a horn run, although he had to slide
for the plate, which he made safely.
t. Joseph Starta Fast.
St Joseph started out with a rush and
for a while It looked Ilka tha home run of
Zwllllng' waa to be the only run of the
game. Nelthar team scored In tha seoond
Inning aerd tha Drummer failed to annex
another run In their half of the third.
Omaha started tha fireworks In tha third,
when Plokerlng aent tha ball to the left
field fenoa for two bags. He stole third
and cam homo on King's hit through
short. Kana sacrificed King to seoond, and
h scored on Schlpke three-bagger to
center. Graham followed with a double,
coring Schlpka, and he waa shoved acresa
tha pan when Agnew doubled to right. Xt
waa at thla period that Johnson waa given
tha book and Hannlfan aent In, and the
Inning ended without another hit or run.
In tha fifth Inning Omaha scored again.
Kana drew a pass, stole second and scored
a Graham's hit to right. In the sixth
Inning Anderson reached firat on a hit
through Hannlfan. , Ha took . aecond on
Pickering's aacrtflc t aecond. Ha romped
home on Rellly error of King'a easy
St Joaeph scored In Its half of the sixth
whan Rellly got to first on King error
af il liner. Ha took eeoond on Borto'n'a
aacrlflce fly and scored when Melnke llftea
hit to right. Two runs were secured by
tha drummers In tha eighth and for a while
It looa-7tk';fttTcfle ; would b. tied.
Powell took flrt on a lilt through Durbin,
and took second on Schlpke' s error of
Kelly's sttnger; . Kelly landed safely on
firat. Melnke doubled to right and Powall
and Kelly cantered acre the pan for tha
last scores of tha game. The acora: 1
' , ; Y- f. .ST, JOSEPH.
.. . AB. It. H. O. A. E.
Zwllllng. ef...,,, & 1 1 1 0 0
Hamilton, 3b.,... 4 0 0 0 1 0
Powell, if ; '4 i t a 0
Kelly, rf .,...,.... 1 0 1 J o
Rellly. 2b...., ... 4 113 11
Borton, lb... 3 0 0 0 0 0
Melaka, aa 3 0 3 3 4 0
V0"- 4.0 1 l i
Johasou, p 1 0 0 0 0 0
Hannlfan, p. 3 0 0 '0 3 0
Total M 4 7 34 12 3
AB. R. H. O A. K
Anderson, rf .4 1 1 0 0 0
Pickering. If 4 113 0 0
Schonovar, cf 4 0 0 3 0 0
King, aa 4 1 3 3 3 1
Kane, lb 3 1 0 10 1 1
Sctalpk. 3b 4 12 14 3
Graham, 2b 4 1 3 3 3 0
Agnew, c 4 0 1 t 0 0
Durbin, p 3 0 ' 0 1 3 0
Totala :'...31 U 27 11 "4
Huna 0 0 4 0 1 1 0 0 (
Hits 1 112 10 0 -U
Runs 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 04
hlta 1 1010102 1-7
Home run: Zwllllng. Three-base hit:
ohlpk. Two-bane hlta: Grah.m (2), Pick
ering. Agnawt Melnke, Zwllllng. Wild
throw: Kane, Base on balls: Oft Durbin. 3:
off Johnson. 2; off Hannlfan, 1. Hlta: Off
Durbin. 7: off Johnson, 7 In three Innings;
off Hannlfan, 4 In ftv Innings. Struck out:
by Durbin. : by Johnson. 2: by Hannlfan.
I. Lft on baaea: Omaha, 3; St. Joseph, ..
nu or pucnea nan: Morion ana uurmn.
Double blsys: Graham to Kan. Stolen
bases 1 Pickering. Kane. Schlpk. Sacrifice
niu: m-aering. Kane. Time: i'.oa. umpire:
Knealand. Attendance. l.OuO.
, Nates of the Gam.
Welt, hot a defeat on tha home grounds
Let's all get out this afternoon and help
tha liourke . to repeal yestersay a per
formance. MtghJ Just as well make It two
When It comes to being game, the women
or uraana get me prise. At least I'm or
them withstood the cold Just to see the
Colt take another game.
That man Pickering made another on
of hla sensational catches In the second
Inning. On the dead run he pulled Rellly
tall ona out of tha clouds.
Thar la one thing about I'm pi re Knee-
land that makes good with the Jans and
that la hla vale.. Ho has a voice on him
Ilka tha proverbial fog horn. 1
Rvery man on the Omaha team got a
crack at the ball tn" the third Inning, but
not alt got a crack at Jehnon aa h waa
Jerked before the inning closed.
Tomorrow the Sioux will be In evidence
at Pa e new park and tha tlts are Just
Aching for a chant to show the boys from
Iowa what they do in a real ball park.
Manager Schaeffer of the Drummers is
a sura good substitute for Hughle Jennings
on the coaching line. Hla actions remind
ona ef a Jack rabbit or possibly a Kangaroo.
Zwllltng waa surprised when he aaw that
ha had actually hit the ball In the first
Inning. It was the first home run made
by him this aeaaon and ha doesn't know
jet bow he connected
Co may have a record of some kind
for aetallng banes, but he failed to demon
strate hla ability In that Una yesterday.
Three basea were stolen on him snd two
ef tbeaa were th third . sack.
Kneeland waa tn his glory yesterday
afternoon. Just because Joe Kneaves and
Keeley. became hilarious, so that It rasped
on the poor umpire's nerves, be sent them
from tha coaching line to the bench.
Schoonover drew the big hand when he
made a brilliant one handed catch In the
seventh Inning. He speared a liner from
Hannlfans bat. apparently with ease,
although th failed to take oft hla sky
WICHITA BEAT . ll.MOLX TRAM
Cale's Maff of Iksw's Tf Give Gaat
to Visit ere.
UNCOI-N. Neb.. May l.-Cola muff of
thaw' fly, allowing two men to Score
gave Wichita today's game. 4 t 3. Tha
weather was cold with a bard north weat
Standing of Teams
WEST. LEAOI R. NAT L l.RAGI K
WM,.I'r I W.UIVt
Omaha 3 .Ronphlla 12 3 m
Wichita .... 1 pitiBburg ... 5 .HI.
Sioux City.. 4 3 .K7 New York.. 3 5
Lincoln .... I 4 ..Vl fhlrsgo .!
Denver .... 4 4 .Wi Cincinnati . 4 .W
St. Joseph.. 4 S .444' Boston .' 5 11 .313
Torek 3 7 .22 St. Ixuls.... 3 7 .'7
Des Moines 1 .lfluiBronklvn ... 4 10 .2m
AMER. ASS N. AMKK, LKAOl.'E.
Minneapolis. is 3 .TO! Detroit 14 2 .S75
Xt Paul.... I A .671 1 New York... 7 s .51
Columbus ..T "hlcago 7 7 ."
Milwaukee .. Hoston 7 7 .Son
Kansas City 7 .47I Washington 9 1 .4fi2
IxMilsvllle .1 7 10 .V Phlldelphla T .4H2
Toledo 3 11 .353; Cleveland ..4 11 ,M
Indlan'polls t 12 ,2'4 St. I,niil.... 4 11 .2t7
Pt. Joseph. 4: Omaha, .
Denver-Topeka. cold weather.
Ploux City- Des Moines, wet grounds.
Wichita, 4: Unooln. 8.
New Tork-Hrooklvn, rain.
Boston, 1: Philadelphia, 3.
Cincinnati- St. Ixiuts. wet grounds.
Cleveland. 6; retrolt. 14.
Philadelphia, New York, rain.
Wsnnington, 2: Hoston. 2.
8t. Louia-Chlcsgo, wet grounds.
Tndianapolla-Mllwaukee, wet ground.
Toledo, 12; Ksnsas Cttv, 17.
Louisville. 2: Pt. Paul, 8.
Western League Bt. Joseph at Omaha.
Denver at Topeka. Sioux' City at Dea
Moines. Wichita at IJncoln.
National League New York at Brooklyn,
Boston at Philadelphia, Chicago at Pitt,
American leagueDetroit at Bt. Inuls,
Chicago at Cleveland, Philadelphia at New
York, Washington at Boston.
American Association Indianapolis at
Milwaukee, Toledo at Kansas Citv, Louis
ville at St. Paul, Columbus at Minneapolis.
wind, chilling spectators and player.
AB. R, H. O. A. E.
Cole, cf 8 118 0 1
Gagnler, aa 8 1 0 8 8 0
Cobb, rf' 3 0 0 3 0 0
McCormlck, If 3 114 0 0
I'nglaub, 2b 8 0 1110
Thomas, lb 4 0 0 9 10
Cock man, 8b..... 8 0 1 0 2 0
McOraw, c 8 0 0 4 0 0
Miller 0 0 0 0 0 0
Fix, p 3 0 0 1 8 0
Dundon 11 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 2 3 4 27 9 1
Batted for McGraw In ninth.
Batted for Fox In ninth.
AB. R, H. O. A. E.
Mlddleton. cf 3 1 10 0 0
Berger, ss 4 0 0 2 6 0
Davis, If 4 0 0 2 1 0
Koerner, lb 3 0 11 10
Hug-hen, ZD 4 1 3 3 3 1
Pettlgrew, rf 3 10 10 0
Schmidt, 8b 4 0 0 1 0 0
Shaw, c 4 0 0 4 8 1
Jackson, p 4.. 3 10 14 0
Total . 31 4 3 27 1 2
Lincoln 20100000 03
Wichita .: 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 04
Home run: Mlddleton. Two-hAse hits:
McCormlck, Hughes. Runs batted In: Mc
Cormlck, L'nglauh, Mlddleton (21. Stolen
bases : Gagnler (2), McCormlck (2). Sacri
fice hit: Gagnler. Left on bases: Lincoln,
; Wichita, 4. Struck out: By Fox, 4; by
Jackson. . Bases on tialls: Off Fox, b;
off Jackson, &. Time: 1:33. Umpire: Shoe
maker. OPENING OF LEAGUE IN
OMAHA ADVERTISES CITY
Papers la Hundred Cities Published
Photo and Wrtfeap of th
Omaha received wldV jmbiWty - on a
catchy feature of th recent opening of
th Western league gamea here through
th effort of tha publicity bureau of the
Commercial club. The bureau aent but to
newspaper all over th country photo
graph of Miss France Naah, who pitched
tha first ball, and these were run In many
section of th country together with a
breeay write-up of the Incident. Already
returns have been received showing that
the news feature waa printed in at least
one hundred live town between Baffin's
bay and Galveaton, and Buzzard' bay and
'One Ronad" Hoavaa Dismissed.
NEW YORK, May 1. "One Round''
Hogan, tha lightweight, who waa beaten
helpless last Wednesday night, In his bout
with Wolgaat, swore In police court today
that ha bad not been In a fight at all. The
utmost, he would concede was that he hsd
"participated In an exhibition." The police
could not prove their case and tha charge
Cambridge Wins from Oxford.
OXFORD, Neb.. May 1. -(Special.) The
Cambridge and Oxford High achool teams
played a hard-foimht game of base ball
on the Oxford diamond Saturday. Cam
bridge won with a score of 1$ to 14. A
high wind and much duat made things
unpleasant for both players and speo
tators. Permits to smoka are now being Issued.
Sea your dealer.
Western League Gossip
- ' 1
Dea Molnea is taking consolation in the
following note: "Omaha should thank ua
tor that first place. , . 1
Cheer up, Des Moines! Brooklyn seems
to be having the same kind of trouble, but
tha fans are atlll hoping.
What do you know about it T Des Moines
haa lost nlna gainea and not onoe has tha
umpire been blamed fur th loss of a single
Wichita Sioux City and Omaha are put
ling up a pretty clans of hall for that first
place. Wonder which wl gel it at the
end of the season?
Both Gllmore and Weldensaul. outfielder
for Topeka. had five chances In the outer
garden Sunday and got away without a
miss. Those two men are playing some
game this aeaaon.
Another game today with the boys from
Missouri and tomorrow the mighty Champs
will Invade the city with the intention of
getting l't i goat. But Pa says he haa hla
Kt tied in tne -bain these nays. ,
Beecher, who waa put In to bit for
Fugate in the ninth Inning for Topeka,
made the accessary hit to get a score
aero j a. but th fielding was too good, and
lenver'e two runs in tha ninth won Ih
Mattlck, Hemphill and Dwyer spciii to be
the wcrklng lower of the Des Moines ag
gregation But- a few more games ami
the Des Molnei team will get going and
th-n some c assy ball ought to be seen
from that bunch.
Ducky Holmes, formerly of Sioux City
and now manager of the Mnible team in
the Southern loague. has been suspended
Indefinitely for an asasult upon Umpire
Cauliflower. Evidently Ducky hasn't lost
any of hla old fire.
Barber waa aure effective In Sunday's
game and kept Dea Mo4nea down with one
hit. On the other band. Owens pitched a
good gama. but the six hits secured off
him came at opportune times and gave
Sioux City th game.
Omaha made lis last appearance at IXs
Moln.s until midsummer. The next ap
pearance' of the Rourkea at lv Moines
will be on July 12. Bv that time the Des
Molnea teem will have made a complete
circle of the circuit and will have played
a couple of weeks at home.
It Is aald that the winning of one-half
of the games away from home and two
thlrda at home will win a pennant In
ninety-nine caaea out of a hundred. If
that la the case, how many times out of a
hundred will the winning of ail the games
at home and two-thirds away, win a pen
nant. Tha Drummers haven t shown the Qual
ity of ball tin that road thnt they put up
at home with the Hloux City team The
hitting ha b-en Just as liv.ly, but th
finding aid the work of the p tchets has
taken a slump. The club shows the ned
of an old catcher. Too much dependence
la put on Co.
BLUES TAKE SLUGGING MATCH
Toledo Defeated by Score of Seven,
teen to Thirteen.
ELEVEN ERRORS BY BOTH TEAMS
Twenty-Seven Hits Arc Made Off Tea
ritehers Flick Get Three
Base Hit Flve Twm
K A NBA ft CITT, May l.-Thoe follower
of base ball who lika to see player hit
and run got satisfaction here today, when
Kansas City defeated Toledo, 17 to 13. In
all, twenty-seven hits were made off ten
pitchers. Aleo eleven - error w ere credited
to th two teams. The weather was cold,
which accounts largely for the poor field
KANSAS CITY. TOLEDO.
B.H.O.A B.H.O.A H
Barbeui. Ih..l 1 t H'hnhnmt, lbl 1 I 1 0
Khnnon, It., t 8 Hlnrhmsn. Jh I 1(4
Ix. ff 4 1111 Nllet. cf 1 0 1
Hxtt. lb ... 1 It a 0 Riirtis, f.... t 110
Hmoot, rt.... t ! 0 1 llli-kmn.-lf.. t 1 0 0 0
lniner. rf.. t 0 y lick, rf 1 0 0
rorrldon. s.. I I t t 0 Puller , 4 14 4 1
Pnwnls. Jh... I 111 Puk. lb. i I 1 I I
A. James, fl., 4) 0 1 1 Brnn, q. . . I 14 10
Owen, p...... 1 1 I 0 Sltt.nl ka, p. 0 ft 0
Stefert, p.... I I 0 Brady, p I 100
PaMnrlua, p.. 1 4) 0 W Jama, p I 0 0 I
Powall, p.... 1 0 t 0. miliar. p...o 0 0 10
Tthnadaa. p...l 1 1 0 Baakatta. p..O 0 0
Touts 14 II 14 f
Totals 17 II V 17 I
Hatted for Powell In the aeventh.
Kansas City. ....... ..7 0 0 2 0 0 2 A 17
Toledo 0 S 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 j
Hits: Off Owen, t In one and one-third
lnnlnga; off Slefert. S In one and one-third
Innings: off Pastorlus, 2 In one-third in
ning; off Powell, 3 In four Innings; off
Blapnlcka. 3, befor a putout in the first
Inning; off Brady, 4 In three and two
thirds innings; off James, 3 in two and
one-third Innings; off Billiard, 4 in one and
two-thlrda li, rings. Two-bass hits: Fick,
Hlnchuian. Hyatt, Bar beau. Rhoadea,
Owen, Hickman, Butler. Three-baxe lilt:
Flick. BHtilflce hits: Downle, Hinchnian,
Brady, Sacrifice fly. Hickman. Stolen
bases: Barbeau, Hlnchman. Double plavs:
Owen to Hyatt to A. James; Butler to
Pick; Butler to Hinchman to Hohnhorst.
Struck out: By Powell, 2; by Rhoadea, 1;
by v. James. 2. Left on bases: Kansas
City, (; Toledo, 11. Bases on balls: Off
Owen, 1; off Paatorius, 1; off Powell, 1:
off Rhoaden, 1; off Slapnlcka, 2; off
Brady, 2; off James, I: off Billiard, 3; off
Baskette, 3. Hit by pitched ball: Hlnch
man, by Slefert; Breman, by Powell.
Bases on errors: Kansas City, 4; Toledo,
4. Time: 2:3a Umpire: Owen and
MINNEAPOLIS. May l.-St. Paul hit
Loudell freely and won. Bcore:
st. PAru Minneapolis.
H.H.O a ft b.u.o.a.b.
T. Jonas, cf.. 10 10 t Olymer, cf... I 110
llahanty, rf 4 I 3 0 0 QUI, lb 6 1 1 1
Mn'orm'k, aa 4 1 I 4 1 Oavath, If.. I I t 0 0
Kally, o i'O 1 0 Williams, lb. S 1 I 4 0
Ralaton, If... I 0 4 0 0 Roasman, rf. ft 3 0 0 1
Autray, lb... 4 14 0 Kllllfer, aa... ft 0 1 T 0
Howard, lb.. 4 14 10 Karris, lb 4 10 10
Kohl, lb. 4 113 0 gmlth, e I 1 4 1 0
Ganrlnt, p...l 111 Paaatar, p.... 0 0 0 1 0
Loudall, p.... 3 111
Totala 16 V2i t 1 Dawaon, c... 1 0 4 1
Totala 3t IS 27 II I
Pcaster out for Dawson batting out of
t. Paul 0 0 0 0 1 6 0 0 1 S
Minneapolis 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12
Two-buao hits: Clymer, Cravath, Dele
hanty. Home run: Cravath. Bases on
balls: Off i.udell, 4; oM Gehrlng, 2; off
Peasfer, 1. Struck out: By Ioudell, 3;
by Peaster, 8; by Oehring. I. 'Hits: Off
Doudell, 9 in six Innings. Time: 1:60. Em
pires: Blerhalter and Wleddlnge.
LADIES' DATPROGRAM IS
PUT OVER UNTIL FRIDAY
Weather Man Causes a Postponement
of Festivities at Honrke
' Becaus of th untavorabla weather con
ditions, th program which waa to hav
taken place at th Rourk park thla after
noon, In honor of th first "ladies' day"
of tha season, haa been called off and
postponed until Friday afternoon.
Aa today I th first day of May, Pa
had decided to make a "splash" at hla '
new park In tha form of "ladle day."
An orchestra had been secured for th
occasion and all th florist In th olty
wer given order for th beat rose and
carnations that could ba had, but the
weather man decided to wait until the
latter parrt of the week before, ahowlng
his generosity by shoving acrosa some real
ball weather. However, the "big day" la
sure to com.
President Lynch Decide Close Folnt
In Favor of St. Lonls.
NEW YORK, May l.-Plttsburg today
lost Its protest of a critical play In the
disputed game played at St. Louis on
April 24. Prealdent Lynch of the National
league found for Bu Louis.
In th eleventh Inning, with Brasnahan
aecond, and on out. Bill batted a "ball
to th pitcher. Tha latter throw beat
Blls to first base, but dragged Hunter,
the first baseman, to tha edge of th bag
in making the catch. A collision followed
In which Hunter dropped th ball and
Bresnahan scored th winning run,
Inveatlgatton showed, that Umpire Fln
neran had called Blls out, before he
bumped Into Hunter and Prealdent Lynch
finds that the collision followed from
Hunter' position In th path of th runner.
Therefor h rule that the ball was In
play when Bresnahan ran in and that hi
cor waa not du to Intentional Interfer
ence, but to an unavoidable accident.
Pittsburg protested to get a ruling on the
WOMEN'S GOLF MATCH IS LONDON'
Three American Entrants Will Play
' tn Flrat Ronad.
LONDON, May 1. Drawing from British
women golf championship, which opens
May 18, were made today. All three of
tha American representatives will play tn
the firat round. Miss Mary Fownea of
Pennsylvania has tha moat formidable
antagoniat In Miss Pcovell, the Irish ex
pert. Th American champion, Dorothy
Campbell, playa Mra. Good body of Belfast,
and Mlsa Louisa B, Elktna of tha Oakmont
club meets Miss Boyd of Weatward Ho.
LAKH CITY. Ia,, May 1 (Special.) Tha
Lake City High school base ball nine was
victorious over the Sac City High school
f:uad in Saturday's game, the final soore
being 10 to 2. Tha gamn was well frtaved
and hard fought on both aides. Both
pitchers twirled Bond games at times.
Batteriee: Ike City. V liklns and Oxen
ford. Sao City. Wilson and Crlns.
The same day the high school second
team played the Auburn first team and
waa defeated by tb score of 18 to 2.
Shopmen Detent Dispatchers.
FA I ItlU'RY. Neb.. May I. (Special.)
A warmly-contested pa me of haxe ball was
plaed at the city park diamond between
the Kork Island train dixputrhers' team
and the employes In the locomotive shops.
The game was evenly contested through
out and was considered one of the best
fames of the season. The Kcore stood
to 4. In favor of the locomotive shops.
Batteries. Train Dispatchers, Cavanattli
snd Corp; Shop Employes. Murphy and
Sltler. Galen baler pitched a spleodld game
for th shop employes.
Da-feat for Wreplas Water.
UNION, Neb., May 1. Special.) In a
well played game here this afternoon Union
defeated Weeping Water by a acore of I
to 1. Union making two In the seventh and
Weeping Water one In the eighth, the only
runs in the game.
Union 0 0 0 0 0 0 I 0 2
Weeping Water..... 00000001 01
Batteries: Union. Art McKesn and Harry
Craves: Weeping Water, W. Williams and
' F. Kleltsoh. Umpires: Fred Clark of
Union and Chub Hector, of Weeping Water.
Home Euns Bring
Victory to Phillies
by Score of 3 to 1
Magee and Titus Drive Out Four
Baggeri, Also Scoring" Alexander
Boston's Hits Scattered.
PHILADELPHIA. May l.-Phlladelphia S
victory over Boston by 3 to 1 today wa
due to home-run drives by Mage and
Titus, the latter1 Wt also scoring Alex
ander. Boston's six hits off Alexander
wer scatered through as many Innings,
Tltua, rf 4 I I I Clarke.. If.... 4 10
Knaha. IN ... 4 I D 4 Tannay. lb... 1030
bnhart, lb... 3 1 I Marine, aa .,4 1 3 T 0
Mat". It ... I lit t Insortna, lb.. 4 0110
Pa.kert, rf... I 13 1 0 lloorte. rf ...I 100
Ludrrua, lb.. 4 11 0 Rweenay, lb.. I 3 14 0
Doolan, aa... 4 111 0 Onlilna, lb... I 0100
Dooln. r I 1 1 I RarliVaa, ... 10 4 10
Alaiandar, p. I 1 0 1 0 Pro, p 110 3 0
Ptwwh, p I 1 I 0
Totals 30 13 17 10 1 Paraona, p...0.0 0 0 0
' . Oraham .... 1 0 4 0 0
V Tntala I ll t
'Batted for Brown In the eighth.
Paxkert out, lilt by batted ball.
Philadelphia a 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 I
Boston .......M..0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 01
Two-bare hint; .Alexander, Sweeney.
Threo-bae hit. Clarke. Home runs:
Titus, Magee. Hits: Off Brown. I In
seven Innings; off Parsons. 4 In one In
ning. Hacnflce Mt: Iaskert. Molen
bases: Herzog, Knabe, Ijobert. Deubla
plays: Knabe to Luderus to Poo I an;
Paskert to Ididnrus; Brown to Herxog;
Ingerton to Ttarlden to Tenney. Left on
bases: Boston, I; Philadelphia, 1 T. Baaea
on balls: off Brown, 8;, off Alexander, L
Struck out: By Brown, 2. by Alexander,
4. Time: 1:30. Cmptrea: Klem and Doyle.
TIGERS LANDWARD ON NAPS
Hitting of Jackson, Lajoia and Gainor
Features of Contest.
FINAL SCORE FOURTEEN TO FIVE
Cohb'a Base Rnnnlnsr Noteworthy
Lajolei Secures Home Ran Cobb
Gainor and Jackson Land
DETROIT, May 1. In a loose gam De
troit defeated Cleveland today, 14 to 8.
The hard hitting of Jackson, Lajole and
Gainor and Cobb's base running wer th
features. Detroit has not lost a horn
gam this season. Bcore: ,
B H.O.A E
B H OA K
0 Granar. If...
4 10 0 0
riraka. If 0
Buh, aa 3
(bb, cf 4
shallor, (... 1
Crawford, rf. I
Del'hanty, lb 3
Morlanr, lb, I
0 0 gtorall, lb..
3 0 0
1 I 1
4 0 Jackaon, of. . I
0 Io4e, lb.... I
0 Ka.tr rly. rf.. 6
5 0 Blnn'bam, 3b I
1 1 Land, c I
I 0 oiann, aa 4
1 0 Kaler. D. 1
Oalnor, lb.... I 4 II
Klanaca, c... 4
Caaey, -c 0
Covlntun. p. 4
S Harkneaa, p.. I
114 0 Totala M II 14 it I
Totala 34 U,'U 14 1
tiraney out, hit by batted ball.
Xetroit 0 8 4 0 S 2 t 0 14
Cleveland 3 0 0 D 0 0 1 0 26
Two-base hit: Delehanty. Three-bans
hits: Gainor, Cobb, Jackson. Home run:
ljijole. Hits: Off Kaler, 4 in three In
nings; off Harkr.ess. 11 In five Innings.
Struck out: By Kaler, 2; by Harkness, 2;
by Covington, 2,- Bases on bails: Off
Kaler, 3; off Covington. 8. Time: 2:00.
Umpire: Dincen and OfLoughlln.
Boston' ' Hits Timely.
BOSTON, May Jv, TimeJy hitting in tha
fourth Inning, after Washington had se
cured a lead of ona run, won for Boston
today, ( to 2 Two singles, a wild pitch,
a sacrifice and a double caused Groom'
retirement at ' the end of tha fourth In
' ' WASHINGTON.
B.H.O.A. K. Milan, ef.... 3 10
Hooper, rf... I 1 3 0 0 Conror, if... 4 110
Oardnar, lb.. 4 1 S 0 lallvalt, rf..4 3 14 0
Speaker. St.. 4
Elberfeld. lb. I 1 1 3 0
0 McBrtda. aa.. 1 4 0
0 Bom'erlot, lb 4 1 I 1 0
0 fun' ham, lb 4 0 3 1 0
Lewi., if 4
Knaia,' tb.... 3
Yorkea. aa.... 4
Wllltama lb. 3
0 Street, e 3 0 3 1
N namaker. ,0 3 T .S Omom, p.
10 0 1
Karger, p.... i i Ainamiik
Otar. p 1 0 0 I 1
Total 11 Ifllt
Totala.:.... 10 T 14 U 1
Hatted for Groom In the fifth.
Boston 0 0 1 t 0 0 0 0 ' S
'Washington i 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 02
Two-base hits: Lelivelt, Yerkes. Home
run: Karger. Hit:. Off Groom ( in four
Innings; off Otev, I In four Innings. Sac
rifice hit: Milan! Stolen base: EHber
feld. Sacrifice files: McBrlde. Kngle.
Left on banes: Boston, 6; Washington, 6.
Hsaes on balls: Off Karger, 2. Hit by
pitched ball: Karger, by Otey. Struck
out: By Karger, 7i by Groom, 1. Parsed
ball: Street. Wild pitch: Groom. Time:
1:47. Umpires: Kgan and Kvana.
MEET MAKES GOOD RECORD
Bock Baeeoeda In Lowering Hla Own
Mark and Anderson Winning;
UNIVERSITY PLACE, Neb., May 1.
(Speclal.) The Interclas track meet waa
held Friday afternoon on Johnson field.
The meet was one of the most successful
held in years. In spite of the fact that only
on reoord . wa broken, Beck breaking
hia own record of S minutes S seconds in
t). mile run by th Urn of 6 minute 1
The Interest of the spectators was held
by tha close race of Anderson, McCandles
and Sutton for the gold medal for Indi
vidual honor. Tha, medal wa won by
Anderson In th last event of the day.
Anderson, who also won th modal given
last year, bad first with 18 points; Me
Candlesa second, with 17 points; Sutton
third, with U prints; Back fourth, with 14
point. Th seniors won the claaa honors
by tha cor of 34 to th aophomor 28.
Th freshmen wer third with 85 and tb
Junior fourth with 23 polnta.
WOODRUFF MAKES HIGH SCORE
Omaha Gaa Clan Wkly Shoot Lim
ited to Few Goanera Bsessi
of Bad Weather.
B, H. Woodruff shot the high score at
th Omaha Oun club competition Sunday
afternoon. Adverse weather conditions
kept many ahootara away and made good
scores difficult. Scores:
Broke. Shot At.
R. H. Woodruff H m
'. T. Loverlng 1 iaj
C. 1. Sturgeon
H. K. Wlnans.....
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NprlnaT Foot Ball Training.
IOWA CITY, la.. May 1 (Special.)
Coach Hawley will return to Iowa field at
the end of every week to see bow his foot
bail men are progressing under the spring
i truinl Ig of Assistant Coaches Khey and
liacoi ibe. This wa hla announcement to
' day following a peatod of enthusiastic preo-
Uoe indulged In yotne twelve or more
! veterans. Hawley further stated that he
would conduct a signal correspondence
a hool this summer with th men and Klve
i them a bunch jt plays before they left
1 s hool this eprintf to think about during
j the summer vai atloa months, i
tianld'a Horse Wins.
PARIS. May 1. Th Prig Noaelle (the
protest stakes) for l-vear-olds at half
mil, was run todxy at Iing Champ and
won by FVank J. Could s Combourg The
stake this ear wss worth 114,400 In the
Prix D Auleull. a handicap at a mile and
a furlong, Ctisrle 'fixer Padrone ran
CORRAL DENIES STATEMENT
Vice Freiident of Mexico Repudiates
Alleged Interview at Sanander.
NO CHARGES AGAINST AMERICANS
Say He Haa Bean on Sick Lear for
Seven Month and Haa TakVa No
Part la Affair of Gov
ernment. PARIS, May l.-Vloe President Corral of
Mexico arrived here today and. In a tate
ment mad to th Associated Press, denied
that he had ever given an Interview at
Santander or elsewhere in which he crit
icised Americans as having fomented the
revolution in Mexico.
On April 27 El Jmparctal of Mexico City
printed a dispatch from Sanander, Spain.
In which Corral was quoted as saying that
the revolution In Mexico wa fomented by
American desirous of Intervention by the
United State. According to th dispatch
the vice president said tht In case of
Intervention all Mexican, regardless of
party, would unit, to fight th common
The publication waa oiled to th atten
tion of th Stat department at Washing
ton by Ambassador Wilson and the Amer
ican government at one took th matter
up with Mexico, requesting that th
authenticity of th interview be estab
lished and Intimating that If thla could
not b don th government of Mexico
should repudiate th alleged expressions
of th vie president.
Saturday th State department waa ad
vised that th Mexican government had
cabled to Senor Corral to ascertain whether
lie had been correctly reported. The vice
prealdent who I In Europ an sick leave,
arrived at Santander, Spain, laat Wednes
day. Ha came here today and after re
maining several day at th capital will
go to Berlin, wher h will consult spe
cialist regarding hi health.
Benor Corral, aa soon a h reached here,
took occasion to repudiate tha remarks
accredited to him, saying:
Fala la All Partlcalare.
"I hav never ivn an Interview at San
tandar or elsewhere criticising Americans
a having tormented th rebellion In Mex
ico. Th alleged interview waa an Inven
tion unworthy of not."
Th vice president said that ha under
stood General Bernardo Reyes waa going
to Mexico, but as their path had not
crossed he had not met th general.
Aaked whether h Intended to resign the
vice presidency. Corral replied that he had
no Intention of so doing, but could not,
of course, speak for the future. He had
com to .Europ to receive medical treat
ment, on a leav f absence granted him
As to th rumor that he might be suc
ceeded In th vie presidency by Reyes,
h said that he could not understand how
this could b when h had been elected for
a term of six year and still had soma
year to serve. Th vice president, he said,
waa elected by th people, th offlo Jtot
being an appointive on.
"Seven month ago," said Corral, "I re
tired from actlv political service on ac
count of my health. I hav carefully re
frained, therefor, from all comment or
action which might mbarrass my govern
ment. My only knowledge of th general
situation Is from what I read In thenews
papere." Th vlca president appeared fatigued, but
doe not seem ilk a man suffering from
a serious ailment
Negotiation ay Be Blocked.
EL PASO. Tex., May 1. Upon
whether Judg Carabajal. th govrn
mment peace nvoy, who I expected her
tonight, come with full authority to act
for President Diss depends In a large meaa
ur th probability of peac terms being
agreed upon by th end of thla week. That
th Inaurractoa are mora than willing to
end hostilities I not dented, but they
will not treat with Carabajal unless he
coma with full power.
Tha meeting place selected for the con
ference lie on th Mexican side of tha Rio
Grand, amid a grove of willow.- Swollen
by th spring freshets, the mud-laden
river roara over a dam and th tree bend
and away in th ruahlng water.
Six. More States
Must Ratify Tax
NEW YORK, N. T.. May L-Twenty-nln
tatea, according to reports received her,
hav ratified th proposed income tax
amendment to th federal constitution. Be
fore th amendment can become a law It
must be approved by six more states, mak
ing the number In favor thirty-five, or
three-fourth of th whole, forty-six.
Arkansas and Tennee wer tha only
states that ratified In April.
HORSES FOR PHILIPPINES
PROVE TO BE UNFIT
Army Investigation Will Follonr Par.
chase of Lot of I'nrldabl
SEATTLJC, May 1. Horses purchased
In Idaho and eastern Oregon for th
us of th army In the Philippine Islands
hav been condemned and sold at auction
in Seattle because of unfitness, and a board
of Inspection commanded by Colonel W. If.
Miller, quartermaster' department; Colonel
K. E. Thompaon, signal corpa, and Major
H. J. Gallagher, subalatenca department,
will meet here next month to prepare a
report to tha War department concerning
Some of th horse wer utterly un
rldabla by tb most skillful broncho busters
at Fort Uawton.
Other animal cuffered from heaves,
pavln and ringbone A War department
Inquiry la expected to follow tha report of
the inspection board. 1
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Tabor Blanka Pern.
TABOR. Ia , May L (Special Telegram )
Tabor college won the second game. 1 to
0, from the atata normal team at Peru.
Tabor stored In the fourth Inning on nit
by Johnson and Mann.
Hits: Tabor, 4; Peru, 4 Struck out: By
Johnson. 16; by Stevens, 12. Batteries:
Tabor. Johnson and Mann; Peru, btsvns
Tabor Win Frona totner.
BCTHANV. Neb., May 1 (Special Tele-
fram.l Tabor defeated Corner today I to
TMT 0 0 t 0 0 0 0-.I 10 i
Coiner 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0-2 6 4
Batteries: Tabor, Johnaon and Mann;
Totner. i'armenter and Asplnmall Earned
runs: Tabor, 2. Rlrst on balls: Off John
son, Two-base hits: Johnson, Sira.n
Struck out: By Johnson. , by 1'armenisr,
6. Triple Play: Parmenter to Klcthey to
Shagoal to Strain.
Pern Blank Donne.
PERT Neb. May 1 (Special Telegram.)
I'eru defeated Xoan I to 0 today. The
R II E
Teru t 1 0 9 0 0 t 0 09 14 1
loane 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 1 6
Batteriee: Peru. Stevens and Hans;
fxan. Huhenbaker and Brunson,
Matches Will Decide
Supremaoy in Game
Many Preliminary Matchei Will Be
Played in Picking- American
IUKEWOOD, N. J., May l.-Prepara-tory
to th International polo matchea to
be played at Westbury, I-ong island. May
SI and June , with a third and deciding
game. If necessary, on June 7, May prom
ises to be replete with practice by play
er from whom will be chosen the rival
team to represent England and America.
Th six British army officers, who have
coma from England and India to give
battl for th International polo trophy,
expect to do most of their practicing at
th lAkewood, N, J. field of George J.
Gould. They have been invited to spend
part of May aa guest of tha Philadelphia
Country club at Bala, where there Is an
other fin polo field and they hav been
assured of the service of plenty of good
American poloists to complete two teams
for practice matches.
A polo team comprise four players,
three forwards and a back, and aa one
of six Englishmen her already has been
hurt since practice began at Ijtkewood.
they of course, ar dependent upon their
friends, the enemy, for enough player to
mak up th two team requisite for prac
The all-America team H. P. Whitney,
captain; Devrux Mllburn, back, and the
Waterburys also In practicing on on of
th Gould Georgian court polo field. Al
though th above quartet nas not been
announced officially aa the team to de
fend 'the cup It comprise th four players,
who went to England two yeara ago and
recaptured the trophy, which John Wat
on and three British srmy officers had
carried off from Newport twenty-three
years previously, and It Is assumed they
will defend It unless accidents should put
some of them out of the game prior to
th International matches.
Neither has Captain J. II. Lloyd, tha
leader of the British, announced which
four of the six British cavalry officers
now her will compete against the Ameri
cans. Wlifl the east ia supplying the men for
Uncle Sam's champion team, th ranges
of tha far west are supplying a large ma
jority of th many fast and handy polo
poniea from which thre doxen or two
cor will be selected as mounts for tha
Iovra Fans Are Pleased.
IOWA CITY. Ia., May l.-(-peclal.)-Frlday'a
victory over Wisconsin has given
the Iowa baae ball fans a new lease on life
and put It back In th running to soma ex
tent at least. The Badger victory has
completely changed the spirit here, and
the team may now be expected to show
better form through the rest of the season.
The most encouraging features of the Wis
consin game were the work of Gittlna In
the box and louden on first. Olttlhs got
away in easy shape and would have had a
shutout had it not been tor Ferris' muff
of an easy Infield fly In the second, Louden
hit much better than of yore. Strlckler re
placed Williams In the outfield. lowa'a
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