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rTfi BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY. MAT 25. 1911.
Giants Crowd Phillies From Lead; Athletics Go to Second Place; Rourkes Wit'
TIMELY HITTING WINS DAY
-Pater Familial Rourke'i Houiehold
Play. Bed Ball.
MA5T W1TJILSS THE GAME
Baeee Arc f-llled I' a and. Pltcfcerg Ar
Ltb-em.1 srlta Tmoeportatlo-,
Lut Gia of Serf ea to B
Real bull playing, backed tip by timely
bitting, gavo Omaha tho second Kama of
tha aeries with Lincoln by a score of I
to 4. Two batteries were naed by aach
team. KMltfi who pitched slg Innings,
held tha Antelopes down to two hit.
Parson Farthing started the hurling for
tha Antelope and lasted el Inning, but
was fotind for as many hits before being
retired In favor of Hegerman, who imme
dlatety rave tha fame to Omaha by allow
Ins; three hits In tha next Inning, which
netted the Rourkes three runs. tt until
"the sixth frame the Lincoln Aggregation
bad tha better of the argument.
In order to Inaplre the boys to do heroic
dead . on the battlefield. Pa Rourko sat
on tha bench throughout the entire game.
In tha sixth Inning when the beet batten
on tha team had been used.' SchlpkO stepped
up to the plate to bat for Oondlng. The
bases were full and two out. Two strikes
were called on the skipper and the fans
were beginning to loss hope when Farthing
gave the Rourkes a run by hitting the bat
ter with tha ball. Agnew was then sent In
to bat for Keeley and clouted out a two
4 bagger, which brought In two runs, put
ting tha Colts one run to the good.
Played Like v.t.rui.
Tt was a real ball game that the twelve
hundred fana wltneased. It was spicy and
smacked of major league style. Oood
v pitching and clever fielding was there and
the eighteen players were on their toes
all tha while. Omaha mad three errors,
two Of whioh want to Knearrs, but they
were not bad, and the Antelopes made one.
Lincoln went Into the game to duplicate
the preceding day's stunt and got the first
run in the second Inning. Omaha had,
however, tasted enough defeat from the
Llncolnitss and also of Pa's wrath and
were equally determined to win. In the
third tha soora waa tied, Tha Antelopes
cams back la the fourth and garnered two
mora runs on two walks and an error hv
Tha day was perfect and the fans were
there With tha big nolae. Lincoln was repre
sented by a targe delegation of fans from
the bollermakers' convention and made
things merry with ohaff and remarks.
The first inning passed without a run
or hit by either team. In tha second, Cobb
doubled to left and was aarrlftced to third
by Cockman. Ha scored on MoCormick's
sacrlfloe fly to King.
Omaha cams back In the third and scored
when Keeley singled to right, and went
to second when Pick landed safely on first
on a poor throw by Gagnler. Kane then
doubled to seoond and Keeley romped home
with tha Rourke's first run.
Cobb opeaed tha fourth Inning by draw
ing transportation. Ha was forced to sec
ond when McCormlck drew a pasa, and
both scored when King dropped Thomas'
fly to deep center, who waa eaaght When
sliding; borne. .
Bases Are Pitied.
In tha sixth Williams hit safely paot first
for one base, was forced to seoond When
Nlehoff draw a pass. Both were sacrificed
ahead by Klhg. Bchoonover drew a walk
and rilled tha bases. Sohlpke was bit by
a pitched ball and forced Williams across
tha pan. Keeley doubled to left and Nle
hoff and Bchoonover scored.
The seventh inning brought three moro
runs for the Rourkes. Kane was hit by
the bail and took first Williams went to
first on an error of Thomas. Nlehoff then
tripled to center, scoring Kane and Wil
liams. Ha Crossed the pan later on King's
hit to center,
Lincoln made tha last score In the
seventh. Miller walked and scored on Mo
Graw'a double to left. Omaha made the
last run of the game the next Inning.
Kaaa walked and scored on William'
double to left. Score:
King, of ,
a a r.
Totals 30 4 ' 4
Ratted for Oondlne In sixth
Batted fur McCormlck In seventh.
Runs .....0 0 1
Hits 0 1 I
Runs 0 1 0
Hits 0 1 1
Three-base hit: Nlehoff.
I S i i i
16 0 10 0-4
0 0 1 1-4
Nlehoff. Kanr, Aan
rrthtn ha ftn halls' Off MKIn
i. i. u:.cw .
kin a i,i..K a..iiik.
Kena. Struck out: By Keeley.'l; by Dur-
bin, 1; by Farthing. 2. Hits: Off Farthing.
in six Innings; off Hagerman, 8 In two
Innings; oft Keeley, 8 ill six innings: off
Durtiin, t in tbre Innings. Sacrifice hits:
King (3), Cole. Cockman. Left on bases;
Omaha, 7: 1-Jneoln, I. Stolen bases:
Kneavea, Thomas. Double play: Gagnler
to Unglaub to Thomas Time: 1.(0. em
pire. Haskell. Attendance; X.tM.
Notes oa the Gante.
Today Is the laat of the series.
n . i- - .... . . . v. 1 .. ..
changed the luck.
Pick waa caught In the first Inning, try
"s . f' """
walked to tha initial sack.
It waa Agnew'g double
in tha sixtn
Inning, which brought in two
raised tha hopes of tha fana.
King tnereaaed hla batting average. He
waa te bat once and hit safely, getting
a batting average of l.OuO for the game.
MeOraw batted for Farthing In tha sev
enth and slammed the ball up against tha
left field fence, netting him two bags.
A new padded backstop has been plaoed
on the stand In front of the prew box.
The life of the ball la saved by thla service.
Hall or Rhodes are scheduled to go on
the mound tor the Rourkes today, while
Appleaate or Knapp will fling for tha
Agnew waa there behind the bat also.
after be got going. The way hs plucked
the Antelopes attempt to pilfer eecona waa
a eight for sore eyes.
King made two grandstand playa during
the aaaia, In tha fourth be speared Cork
man s fly after running almost up to the
Infield. He did a similar stunt la the
elgbto WiU I'nglaub's drive.
IOVX CJTT WIN LOO SSI SAMK
Nlae te Six.
9mnX CITY. Mae M-Sieux City won
tudaya game from Topeka by a aooro of
Standing of Teams
Sloug City.. .30 10 ,aa7
New York. ...21 11 .es4
1-uemo 17 s .en
Philadelphia.- IS .2V
Ienver H 10 .MS
.SI IS .618
Lincoln .17 n .or,
,1 14 .678
.16 15 .600
.13 10 .448
.13 21 .3X2
. 8 28 .222
Ht. Joseph. .16 16 .fcol
umaha 14 16 .4I7
Topeka 11 18 .K7
Des Moines.. 4 77 .L
AMER. ASHN, AMER. LEAGUE.
Columbus ..a IS .4Detmlt 29 S .784
Kan. CltV.... It .671
Philadelphia.. IS 16 .645
Mlnneauolta..2S IS .61
Milwaukee.. ..20 ! .SIX
New York... .17 16 .631
Chicago 1 15 .518
Louisville ...18 SO .474i Boston
17 1 .616
.17 20 .4r.!Cleveland ....! 21 .4:13
17 S3 .4.77 Washington.. 11 22 .331
Indianapolis 14 24 .S8 St Louis U 24 .231
NEB. LEAGUE. MINK. LEAGUE.
Orand Island v 4 .7Dtt Tails City... 6 0 1.000
Columbus .. T 1 .6M Clarlnda .... ( 1 .033
iremont .... I S.MiNeb. City..
Kearney .... I .60o Auburn ...
Hastings ...I I .6J Mary villa .
Seward ...... $ .6001 Bhenandoah
I 2 .400
4 2 .87
i s .im
0 1 .009
oi.f-Ilur .... I .41 f I
York f t .loif
Lincolu, 4; Otn&ha, I.
Topeka, 6; Sioux City, 8.
Denver. 12; Bt. Joseph, 0.
Pueblo, B; Ies Moines, . '
Chicago, 4; Boton. 1.
Pittsburg, 0; Brooklyn, 4.
Cincinnati, 1; New York. 8.
St. Louie, 4; Philadelphia, 2.
,New York, 6; Chicago, S
Boston, 0; fit. Ixmls, 1.
Washington, t: Detroit, t. Eleven Inning.
Philadelphia. ; Cleveland, 1.
, AMERICAN ASSOCIATION.
Kansas City. 8; Columbus 3.
Pi. Paul, 6: Toledo. I.
Minneapolis, IS; Indianapolis, 10. Eleven
Milwaukee, S; Louisville,
Orand Inland, 8; Reward,
Kearney, 12; York, 7.
Fremont, 2; Superior, 10.
Columbus, S; Hastings, 1
Shenandoah, 2: Auburn, 17.
Nebraska City, 1; falls City, 1
Maryvllle, ; Clarlnda, 10.
' Game Today.
Western League Lincoln at Omaha, To
peka at Sioux City. Denver at St. Joseph,
Pueblo at Des Moines.
National League Chicago at Boston,
Pittsburg kt Brooklyn. Cincinnati at New
lork, Ht. Louis at Philadelphia.
American Iainie New York at Chicago,
Boston at St. Louis. Washington at De
troit, Philadelphia at Cleveland. .
American Association Kansas City at
Columhue, Rt. Paul at Toledo, Minneapolis
at Indianapolis, Milwaukee at ioulsvtlle.
Nebraska State League Grand Island at
Reward, Kearney at York. Fremont at Su
perior, Columbus at Hastings.
Mink League Flails City at Bhenandoah,
Auburn at Maryvllle, Clarlnda at Nebraska
All the pitchers were hit freely.
A. II. R
Andreas, 2b S 2
Stem, lb 4 1
Preen. If .., 4 2
Neighbors, rf 4 1
Miller, e X 0
Vi agner, cf 4 0
Harlman. 8b 4 1
Rellly. es 4 S
Melter, p 8 0
If 5 1 2 2
lb ..i... v I ' I '4
. Sb V i I 5
Tom awn, cf
Whitney, lb ....
Hnpke, as '
Crompion, rf .
Hawkins, o ...
Cook, p .
ner, Stem. Two-base hits: Hatlora, An
dreas, Hell!-, Tomason, Whitney, ttreen,
Nelgnbors, Cook. Molen base: Kcllly.
Hltsi Oi Breltenstetn, 3 in one inning;
oft Cook, In seven Innings. Double
plays: Moore to Whitney; Hartman to
Andreas to Ktem. Struaa out: By Melter,
8; by Cook, 6. Bases on balls: Off Brelten
stetn, 1; off Melter, 3; off Cook, S. Time:
1:60. Umpire: Clark. Attendance: l.OuO.
GRIZZLIES SWAMP 8T. JOSEPH
Denver Pile Vp Brora of Twelve
ST JOSEPH. May S4 St. Joseph played
miserably today and Denver won, 13 to 0.
Hagerman held bt Joseph to four hits.
Lloyd, 2b 6 S 2 2
(ill more, cx 4 i . i v
Beell, If -...! 4 2 18 0
Uullttn, 3b ....a... I 0 1 1
Undsay, lb 0 .0 12 0
Coffey, bs. 6 0 1 1 4
Caes.dy, rf 4 2 10 0
Spahr. o I 2 1 S 1
Hagerman, P 6 2 S 0 8
Totals 12 14 27 12
McChesney, cf 4
0 Kelley, rf 4
0 Powell, If I
0 Relliy, lb
0 Jones, lb
1 1 Oossett, 0
0 Melnke, ss
0 J Hamilton, Sb.
Hanllan, p ..
V Burn ham, p.,,
I ? I
Totals 82 0 4 ST
Batted for Burnham In eighth.
Denver t 0 1 5 2 0 2
St. Joaeuh 0 0 4 0 0 0 6
Sacrifice hits: Gilmore, Beall, Spahr (2).
Stolen baaea: Gilmore, Qulllln, Lindsay.
Two-base hits: Weell,' Gilmore. Struck out:
By Haaerman. 6; by Hanilan, 1; by Bum-
ham, 4. Bases on balls: Off Hagerman, 2;
oil Maniian, ; on ournnam. i in uy
ultohed ball: By Burnham, 1. Double plays
.Melnke to Oossett to Jones, Coffey to
L'oyd to Undsay. Umpire: Morgan. Time
PIKBLO CAPTURKI HARD GAME
Dew Molaea Loses Coatest by Score of
Klao to Six.
DPS MOINEM. Mav 24. Pueblo defeated
Des Moines this afternoon In a hard hitting
- I jHattick,' cf.,,
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I Anderson, rf .
I Graham. 3b... s
! Bacbant c 4
McKee, p 8
Bens. P 0
4 14 27
Berger, ss. ......
I Clemons. a.
. I 6
1 0 H
Two-base hlta: Belden, Mlddleton, Korea.
Mattlck. Three-base hits: Koernvr, Claire.
Baaea on balls: Off Owens. 8; off licKee.
4; eff Jackson. 1. Hit by pitched ball:
Rerger. Passed balls: Rachant, S. Struck
out: Hy McKee, 1; by .Bens. 1; by Jackson,
1. Stolen bases: Uoerner. Claire. Runs
batted In: Koerner (, Berger (2), Belden,
!avls. Curtis. I'achant, Korea, Graham.
PecriQoe hits! berger, Clemons. Koemer,
I -avis. Anderson, liroei S M. t'tuplre: Buoe-luake
Leading Members of Rourke
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FREMONT SLABMEN LOSE GAME
Eotuh and Ttieisen Unable to Keep
Superior in Control, ;
SEWARD DEFEATS GEARD ISLAND
teoro . Stands Tie Until Seventh,
- Warn Seward Fata Font Men
Oyer Plate Kearney Makes
ne llosaa Rans.
e'PERJOa Neb May 24. 8peolal Tel
egram.) Rouah lasted but one-third of one
Inning today for Fremont, and Thleasen.
who replaced him. was also batted freely.
Catcher Boh ner of Fremont waa benched
In the first Inning for kicking on Umpire
Thiers decisions. Bcore:
B H.O.AH. B. 14 O A 13
Alln. et..4 S t t ABennett, cf 1 4 0 O
I S 1 t
Onyle. rf.... 1 111 SBonnor, o...
McDowell, Sb 4 8 11 lfamnbell.rf S
rr, Sb 4 111 Nff, rf-lb. i
8 I S 0
Mlchaela ss I 11 4 DTary, Jb....
I 111 t OTurpln. if..
Ross, o I S ft S ORoush, p... 6 0
IrwUi. p.... 4 10 8 OThlessen, D 1
4 4 4
Ward, ss... 4 12 1
Total ....St 17 7 14 1 Btew't.lb-e 4 111
Totals ....il I at a t
Fremont 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2
(Superior 51180000 10
Runs: Rennet. Ward, Allen (2). f. Bocke
wtts, i Coyle, McDowell (2, Orr, Michaels
ti). Earned runs: ttuoeiior. 4: rnmnnt i
Three-base hits: Allen, McDowell. Two-base
hlta: Alleu, P. Bockewits. McDowell, 1.
llockewlts, Rosa. Rases on balls: "ff Roush,
2; off Thicaeen, 2; off Irwin, 4. Struck out:
ty inieesen, li oy jrwin, 4. Left on bases:
FVemont. 10: Superior. 7. Double Dlava:
Coyle to Ross to L. Bockewits., WUd pitch:
nuusn. rassea oaiie; noss, I. Hit by
pitched ball: By Thlcssen, 1; by Irwin, L
Time: 8:10. Umpire: Thlel.
Setrard Wins In Serentk.
SEWARD, Neb.. May 24 (Special Tele
gram.) Heward won, 8 to 1, running in four
scores In the seventh inning, Hcnre:
6 10 WARD. ORAND INLAND.
H.H.O.A.E. B H O A E.
apeed. ae.. 4 1 S lMoLar, rf. I 1 1 0 4
Coolsy, lb. t
III iHortr, lb., ft
IS McKlb'n, If t
1 ft I Otlook. of.... ft
1 4 0 4 Arms'g lb, 4
1 S 1 IManhaIMb 4
I I I Jnksrst. 0.. I
0 10 OSmllh, ss.. 4
til tl'aul, p.... t
Murrla b... 1
Henry, lb.. 4
Vt. cf... 4
Kullrn. Sb. 4
Wally, .... 4
WhMlw, If. 4
Hanson, p.. 2
loiais ..,.m iiih i
Totals ....47 t S4 t 8
Orand Island SUO0O000 02
Seward 6 0 2 0 0 4 0 04
Two-base hiU: Cooley, Fullen, Armstrong.
Kaswa on balls: Off Hanson, ii off Raul, 1.
Miruck out: By Hanson, 7) by Raul, S. Hit
by pitched ball: Hy Hanson, 1. Batteries:
Orand Island, Raul, Morris and Jokerst;
Seward, Hanson and Wally, Umpire: Blake.
Time: 1 45.
Krrora by Colasubaa !.
HABT1NQB, Neb.. May 24 (Hpeclal Tele
gram.) Orth s pitching, combined with
timely batting by Hastings and costly
errors bv Columbus, won the came. A
boy In the bleachers waa badly hurt by a
foul bull, tk-ure;
AS H O. A - AB M O A g.
Wstsoo, lb... I I 1 t Mslssll, rf., 4 119 1
Otrm, It.... 8 4' 6 Cupels, lb... 4 I f 4 4
broml;,' of.. 4 0 4 4 I . Brows. Is 4 I I t 4
lnnnlf, rt.. 4 I I Ml. Brows, ss 4 4 1 1 I
Cook, IS 4 S t I I Usrb. ct ... I 4 4 4 4
Hosrnlsr. a.. I I II lnlunt, lb.. I I I 4 0
ssltua, SS...I 111 1 B4tra. II... I 1141
Pisras. Ik.,.. I 111 4 oru.u, ... I 4111
Ortb, p 1114 4 Walworth. B. I I 4 4 I
Sriutimaa. If I 14 14
Totals II 111 I I WsiMobsrs. 114 14
Totals II IN I I
Took left field In third Inning.
Batted for yvalworth In ninth.
Columbus 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 08
Hastings 0 0 S 9 0 0 0 8 04
DIIUCH out: oy rvaiworin, s; uy inui, is.
Bases cn balls: Off Walworth, 6; off Orth.
I. Htolen batwte: Meixell. Lynch, Madura,
Oarxee, Bromley. Cook, Pierce. Sacrifice
hlta: CVpple, Melum, Watson. Double
lays: Fly to Brown, F. Brown to B.
rown, Fly to Brown. E. Broaa to Copple.
Time: Sit Umpire: McKee. v
Kearasy Uatbata York.
YORK. Neb.. May 4.-8ieclal Telegram )
Kearney beat York today In the first
rams of the series by a score of 12 to 7.
Heavy hitting? by both sides kept the crowd
on Us feet. Kearney made five home runs
and York made two. The festure of the
game was the work of Farrell accepting
Seven chancea without a bobble, one of
which was a line drive by Claire.
York has released Chuck Mills, a BlAr
MARK HALL. Pitcher.
i t rts st ficrtEH
ball player, but who could not play first
base. His position Is fielder and he Is a
good one. Fremont grabbed him at once.
The "phenom" pitcher, George Warhouse
of Curtis, Neb., received hla release. Bcore:
B.H.O.A.B. B H.O.A.K.
U. Gray, eft t t M fcratfk, 2b. 6 114 1
Downey. B 4 1 I I 0 Farrell. lb. ft 1 8 T 0
Claire, Sb... ft I ft S Hsnnessy.lf 110 14
Hariris, rf.. 4110 4 Jarrett, rf.. 8 10 0 0
Pagles, sa. 4 I I 4 Harm, cf... I 4 1 0 4
H. Oray, If 4 S 1 0 4 Payne, lb.. I 1 1 4 I
Townaend.o 4 1114 ly. as.... 4 2 0 1 4
Make'b, lb I 111 I O Jluchsna
Oreen, p... I Mil Wllklns,
p. 4 1 8 8
Totals .. . . 87 U 27 IS 8 Totals ,... U II 11 4
Kearney 0 4 0 1 1 1 2 0 8-12
York 2 000100187
Home runs: Claire. Hargis, Pagles. H.
Oray, Green, Jarrott. Two-bass hits:
Downey, Claire, 1'aglee, H. Oray, Town
send, BradbrooK, Payne, Butfhanan. First
base on balls: Off Wllklns, 1; off Oreen, ft.
Htruck out: By Wllklns, 8; by Oreen, 2.
lime: 1:46. Umpire: MoDermott-
Rourke Still Seeks
for More Players
Two of the Men Beleased Join the
Dei Moines Team and Two More
May Do So.
Patton, formerly a pitcher on tha Rourk-j
staff, who waa released Monday, has been
speared ' by Owner Hlggins of the Des
Moines team, but has not yet sinned up.
Former Second Baseman Oeorga Oraham,
signed up with the Hopefuls Tuesday
Anderson, who was the first Omaha b-jy
to go to Des Moines and Qrahum both
played with the Des Molnea team In Tues
day's gama with Pueblo and made a good
Olllo Pickering, the fourth man to be re
leased, may go to Dea Moines alio, al
though he la dickering with the Milwaukee
management of the American association
and is holding out until he hears fi'om thnt
source. At the opening of the season
Pickering, Anderson and Oraham all played
remarkably good games and seemed as
sured of a berth with the Rourkes. Pick
ering especially put up a good game and It
a as thought that hs would burn up the
league, but his raat clip soon began to
slump and he was retired to the bench.
Pa Rourke announced Wednesday morn
ing tha; ha waa not yet through with the
weeding out process and Is still considering
the releasing of certain players, but will
not name them. He says he Is still on the
lookout (or a few good ones from the liii;
leagues and may havs a surprise In a few
I.ajele Most Tako Long; Rest.
CLEVELAND. May 24 -Xhe physician at
tending Napoleon I.aUw, of the Cleveland
Americana, who has been out of the game
fur two week today ordered lilm to take
a protracted rest, stating that ha Is sjfli-r
tug from aa abdominal trouble that wil;
necessitate an operation unless est re me
cars la taken.
Auburn Takes Game
Twelve-Inning Contest Settlei Battle
with Maryvllle Nebraska
t City Lose.
AUBURN, Neb.. May 24 -8peclal Tele
gram.) Auburn slaughtered tha Shenan
doah plioher today and won easily from the
Iowans, who had an off day In tha field.
Bcore: - R.H.B.
Auburn 47100500 "-17 M 8
Bhenandoah ..200000000 2612
Batteries: Auburn, Klrkland and Kran
gler; Shenandoah, Edllck and Castle. Um
-CLARINDA. Ia, May 24. (Special Tele
gram.) It took Clarlnda twelve Innings to
win today's game from Maryvllle, both
teams hitting hard at times. Score:
R H K.
Clarlnda , 08008000000 110 17 6
Haryvllls OOOOS410000 1 8 11 8
Batteries) Clarlnda, Rurch, Bmlthson and
Harmony; Maryvllle, Burton, Oswalt and
Bage. Umpire. Sage.
FALLS CITY, Neb.. May 24. (Special
Telegram.) Nebraska City lost again to
the Fall City team In a faitt and snappy
game. Score: " R.H.E.
Falls City 00020112 - t 1
Nebraska City 00000001 01 8 8
Batteries: Falls City, Flnoh and Vandvr
hill; Nebraska City, Miller and Noles. Um
BELLEVUE WINS FROM DOANE
core Was Brts to Seventh lanlngr,
with No Hans Mad by
CRETE. Neb.. May 24. (Special Tale.
gram.) One of the prettiest games of ths
season waa Played Wednesday between
Bellevuo and Doane colleges. For seven In
nings not a run waa made by either team.
but In the eighth Inning Bellevue managed
to get a man around the circuit for the
only run, thereby marking Up the long end
Of a 1 to 0 score.
Quackenbush and Curtis, and Kerchslnger
and Bronson were the balterlea for Belle
vue and Doane, respectively. Quackenbush
pitched m fine game and struck out si
men. Kerchslnger pitched well snd struck
out seven men and aave but three hits.
Curtis made the only score by hitting safelv
pest second, advancing to third on Haider-
man a hit to right and ecoring on (h man s
bunt aides: the third base line, score:
R H F
nrfllnvtM 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 01 8 2
Doano 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 4 8
niCSt'LTS IN THREE'I LEAGUE
Salary, Daveatrort, Danville and
OfTINCY. 111.. Mar 24. Qulncy beat Wat
erloo, 4 to 1, today, bunching hlta In the
fifth. Soore: -R.H.E.
Waterloo i io I
Batteries: . Royer and Forney. Hughes,
Hollnheck and Harrington.
SPRINGFIELD. 111.. May 24. Davenport
defeated (Spring field, A to 0, today. Score:
Davenport a 4 0
8prinBfleld 8 4
Hatteriea: Dick ana O Leary, ctenroeaer
RiM K ISLAND, 111., May 24 Mlsplays in
the fifth lost the gama for Rock Island
todav. core: . R.H.E.
Hock Island 6 7 2
Danville 4 8
Batteries: Humes and Cuater, Loornls and
Dl'BL'uL'E, May 24. Peoria won both
gamea of a double-heaaer. Errors by Du-luiiuc-s
lnLeld being respoiitSble cnlel'ly.
H-ore: H.H E.
Peoria I S
Dubuque 1 2 8
Batteries: Tammen and Jacobs, Harklns
Score. ejond Rams: R.H.E.
Peoria 4 13 1
Dubuuue 8 li i
Batteries: Gilbert and Jacobs, Akers and
Omaha Gels Kelt Shoot.
LINCOLN, Neb.. May 24 (Special Tele
H.uiii i- Ai a bu ines meotlng of the Ne
braska State Kportmnen's ussociat.on, held
here this evening. Omaha was chosen aa
the Dime for ili PJ12 stHie ahoot. V. D.
Toniii1 of that city was elected presi
dent ot the orin!iallin for the coming
year snd F. T. Lowring of OuuU was
GIANTS ASSUME THE LEAD
Beds Are Defeated by Score of Two
MAKQUAKD FITCHES FIXE GAME
Local Twtrler Does Nat Alltif s lilt
After the rtrst Inning Doyle
eoares Three-Baee lilt
One Saerlfleo lilt.
NEW YORK, May H New York as
sumed first placo In the National league
face today, by defeating Cincinnati, while
Bt Louis was Vanquishing Philadelphia.
Marquard pitched a splendid game for the
locals, not allowing a hit after ths first
NaTW YORK. CINCINNATI.
AB.H.O A R AB. H.O.A.K.
Vrnv. rt... I lis I Bssrhsr. If... 4 1 I I I
boru. it.,.. 4
inndstmss. Cf I
t Ks'D, 2b I
4 Baisi. rf I
0 HnblltMl, lb 4
4 Mitcbtll, rt.. 4
1 Orsnt, lb.... I
I Downey, ss. . t
4 4'larks, e I
4 Osaftar. n.... S
Murray, If... S
Mrkla, lb... I
Brtdwall, ss.. i
Berlin, lb... 4
Mmiw. e 4
Tots Is II I 17 11 1 IsMtalllea, p I
. . . , " Totals M I 14 I 8
Batted for Oamar In the elehth .
Cincinnati 10000000 01
New York 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 -2
First on errors: New York. 1: Cincin
nati, 1. Three-base hit. Doyle. Sacrifice
niti iLgan. atolen bases: gnodgrasa, De
vore, Murray. Left on bases: Cincinnati,
4; New York. 10. Bases on balls: Off
Gaapar, 2; off Marqitard, 2. Struck out:
By UaaDAT. 8: bv Vlnrntmrrl 8: bv Vln-
Uulllea, 1. Hit by pitched ball: By Qaspar,
l; by snodgraes, Murray. Pasned balls:
Clarke, 2; Hits: Off Oaspar, 8 In seven
Innings. Time: 2:00. I'ninlres: Klcm and
Cabs Defeat Boston.
BOSTON. MSV 24 nvln thmnwh a
light rain, Chicago won from Boston today,
I to 1 The visitors secured two runs in the
iirst .inning, but errors by Zimmerman and
Baler In the seventh allowed Boston to tie
the score. In the ninth Inning a hit by
Zimmerman, followed by a double by
Eheckard, and a triple by Schulto, drove
In the winning runs. Score:
v . , AJI.H.O.A.FJ. AB.H.O.A g.
Bhsrksrd, If.. I I I 0 Butlsr, Sb...4 1 0 4 1
Brhalts, rf... 4
0 swny, lb.
1 Hsrsuc, ss..
1 Miller, rf...
4 lnsartoa, II.
1 Tennsy. lb..
5 Ksrtrtan, s..
4 Matters, p. .
Hormsn. cf.. 4
Salsr, lb..... 4 I 14
Doyle, 4b.... 14 1
Tlnksr, ss.... 4
Elm'rm'n, lb 4
Archer, o.... I
Molntlra, p., I
Totals t! f IT is s Tni-i. i ihii
Roston A n u n n i 1 n a i
Chicago 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 24
Two-base hits: Hersog, Sweepey, Bheck
ard. Three-base hit: Schulte. Sacrifice
hits: Mclntlre, Schulte, Hersog, Tenney,
Mattern, Stolen baaesi Bheckard. Double
plays: Tenney, Itarlden and Tenny;
Sweeney and Tenney. Left on bases: Bos
ton, ; Chicago, 8. First base on balls; Off
Mat tarn. 8; off Mclntlre, h Struck out: By
Mcklntyre, 1. lime: 1:43. Umpires: Rlgler
and Finn e ran.
Phllllea Loae 0ee Mora.
PHILADESLPTMA Msv M-nv 1nolnr In.
day's game to St. Louis, 4 to 2, Phlladel-
pma waa ueieavea tor tne sixtn consecu
tive time. Moore pitched eight Innings and
waa hit safely In only one of them, the
third, when four elnoies. a base im hall.
and two errors gave St. Louis foi runs.
Golden was very effective with men on tha
Dasea. ocore :
T. IvOt'lB. rHUAOPXPRfA.
AB. H.O.A.K. ah u r a
Harrlns, lb.,1 1 I I I Wslrti'St. til I I I I
smiia, ss.,.. til o itnahe, lb.... 4
Bills. U 4 0 4 1 1 Walsh, Sb.... 4
Konotthr, lb 4 1(1 4 Max, If.... I
Brans, rf.... 4 8 0 I PssksK, cf., 4
Mowrsy, lb.. 4 1 0 S 1 lAiosnie, Ik.. 4
uasss, ci.... I V 1 0 1 Doolsn, ss.., S
Brsanahan, a 8 I I 4 Pools, ...,.. 4
eeldsa, p.... I 1 1 8 S Moors, p I
, ttumph'se, p. 1
totals...... II 8 ST t 8 Alexander .. t
. . Totals II 4 S7 t S
Ratted for Moore In algth.
St. Louis 0040000 04
Philsdelphia 00100001 0-8
Two-base hits: Doc In, Walchanca, Doolan.
Stolen baees: Oakes, Knabo, Magee.
Struck outs By Golden, .7; by Moore, T.
First base on errors: Philadelphia, 1
Bases on balls: Off Golden, 8; oft Moore, 4.
Left on bases; St. Louis, 2; Philadelphia,
7. Pitchers" record Off Moore, 4 hits and
28 times at bat In 8 Innings; off Hum
phries, 1 hit and 8 times at bat in ona
Inning. Passed hall: Bresnahan. Time:
1:48. Umpires: Eason and Johnstons.
Pirates Are Blanked.
BROOKLYN, May 24. Zimmerman's
home run with two men on bases clinched
today's gams for Brooklyn, although
Stark'a run In the first would have been
sufficient, as Schardt pitched shutout ball.
Tha soore was 4 to 0, only one Pittsburg
piayer reacning intra, score:
a. t A? f O ;
EL'utarT'ih" ! W s s?H5a' ,V'"1 sis!
paubort, lb.. I 111 I Lsaoh, el.... 4 0 1 4 4
Whsst, 4 11
Hummol, lb. I I 1
OOsrer. If...,. 4 14 4
4 Wanr, es. . , 4 1 S 4
4 Mo'Khnte. lb 4 1 S 4
4 Hunur,, lb... 8 4 11 1
1 Wilson, rt... 8 I 4 4
4 01 boon, .... S 4 S 1
4 White, p 1 4 4 1
Buroh. Of.... Ill
Ooulsoe, rf.. S 1
tim'nn'B, Sb S 1 1
Minor, e S 1 4
Schardt, p... I I I
Totals. ST 8 ST 14 1
a i s s i
- ToUls...,..ll (Mil I
Pittsburg 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Brooklyn 1 S 0 0 0 0 0 0 4
Left on bases: Pittsburg, 6; Brooklyn.
Home run: Zimmerman. Saorlflco hits:
Dauhert, Schardt. First base on errors:
Pittsburg, 1; Brooklyn, 2. Double play:
Byrne, McKchnle and Htinter. Bases on
balls: Off White, t; off Bohardt, L Struck
out: By Steele, 1; by Schardt, S. Wild
pitch: White. Hits: Off White, t In two
Innings. Tims: 1:22. Umpires: CDay and
ABERDEEN GISTS SRCOJfO OXE
MITCHELL, H. D., May 24. (Bpeclal
Telegram.) Aberdeen took the secnid
game of the series from Mitchell this
sfternoon. winning in the ninth, t to 4.
Four scores were piled up after two men
were out. Three men got on bases through
errors and Flshback hit a two-bagger,
scoring two, and the third run counted on
an error. Mitchell could not pulk out In
her last half. Batteries: Aberdeen, Jacob
sen and Port! Mitchell, Means and Freed.
Watertown won from Faulkton. 8 to 0.
Huron defeated Redfleld, 8 to 7. All
winners In ths league lost today.
Sixteen Innlusrs nl Meadow Grove,
MEADOW GROVE, Neb.. May 24 (Spe
cial.) Hopkins Bros, of Des Moines won
a slxteen-lnnlng contest here today. The
game was a pitchers' battle between Dun
bar of Des Moines and Tlnkham of the
locals and was featured by the all-around
star playing of Hopkins Pros.' midget.
Third Baseman Hull, he getting five hits,
stealing four bases and making a stellar
catch of a foul hall off the fence. This
ths loncest came ever o laved on th
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ATHLETICS POUND HARKNES
Philadelphia Makes it Three Straight
FINAL SCORE IS NINE TO ONE
Baker Gets Two plasties. Two Doubles
aad Triple In Five Tlsaes at
the Bat -Klaat Two-Base '
Hits Ar Made. 1
CLEVELAND, May S4.-PhlladelpRy
mads It three strlght from Cleveland to
day .winning. to 1. Raker s batting fea
tured. In five times at bat he made two
singles, two double and a triple. Hcore:
Alt. H.O.A.K. AD. 11.0 A C.
Lord. II I
4 Oranor, If . .
Oldrlns, pf .. 4
Collls.. b... I
Dsksr, 3b. r.. I
Paris, lb I
Mnirhy. rf.. 4
hsrrr. ss.... I
Thomas, s. .. B
Coombs, p... 4
4 Olson, ss I
4 Kartsrlr, rf,. 4
4 Sioisll, lb. .. 4
0 Ulrm't n. lb 4
4 lull, tb t
1 Demott, cf.., 4
I Lant. 4
4 llarknoaa, p . I
Totals 44 IT ST 14 1 .
Totsls II I It II I
Ratted for Harkneag In ninth.
Cleveland 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0-1
Philadelphia 1 0 1 1 0 1 2 2 0-0
Two-base hits: Easterly, Graney, Raker
(2). Thomas, I.ord t), Barry. Three-base
hit : Baker. Sacrifice hit: Oldrlng. Sacri
fice fly: Murphy. Stolen bases: Raker,
Davis, Barry. Bases on balls: Off Hark-
ness. 2; off Coombs, k Htruck out:
Darkness. 4: bv Coombs. 8. Ift on
Cleveland. 10: Philadelphia, Time: l;8a.
Umpires: Perrlno and Sheridan.
Highlanders Bosch lilts.
CHICAGO, May 24 -New York bunched
hits off Olmstead and defeated Chicago, 5
to 8, today. Brockett lost control of the
ball In ths fourth Inning and retired In
favor of Caldwell, who held the locals safe.
NsTW YORK. " CHICAQO.
AB.H.O A.B., AB.H.O.A..
Daniels, of.. I I 4 I 4 Malntrrs. ef. 4 I t II
Walter, rf... I I 1 0 4 Lord, lb 4 1 8 0 I
H.rti.ll, lb.. 4 S t 1 1 Doushsrty, If 4 I S 14
Croo. If. 4 1 1 4 IBodla, rt 4 1114
Knliht, lb... 4 111 4 Collins, lb... I III
Oaranor, Ik. I M I I Tansoblll, Sb 4 8 S 4
Johnsos, ss., 4 1 1 I (Virion, se... I 1114
Blstr, . 8 t S I 1 rem, e 14 14 4
Brookott. p.. 1111 OOlmstssd. p.. 8 t S I
Caldwell, p.. I S I S I Uallsliaa ... t I 4 I S
Totals H II 17 II I Totals St fH 0
Caldwell out. hit by bated ball.
Batted for Olmstead In ninth.
Chicago 8 0 0 1 0 0 4) 0 V-8
New(oTrk 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 ii i
Two-base hits: Caldwell, Bodle, !Mrin
trre, Brockett, COrhan, Hartsell. Htms
run: Wolter. Hits: Off Brockett. 2 In three
and one-third innings; off Caldwell, 8 In
five and two-thirds Innings. Sacrifice hits:
Corhan (2), Gardner (2), Lord. Stolen basot
Bodle. Double play: Melntyra to Collins.
I .eft on bases: Chicago, 8; New York, 8.
Bases on balls: Off Olmstead, 8; off Brock
ett, 8: off Caldwell, 1. Struck out: By
Brockett l; by Caldwell, 1; by Olmstead,
Time: 2.00. Umpires: Egan and Connolly.
Tiger. Defeat Itsatort, i
DETROIT, May 24 Detroit deferred
Washington. to 5. today in an eleJ.sn-
inning game . i-mwrort atoie umiim s.ii
Cobs, ct I
Crawford, rf. 4
0 lllreit. If.. 4 110
1 Ooaslsr, rt... I S I f 0
4 McBrlds, ss.. 4 1 4 1
1 Cnn'ssm, lb. I 1 1 I I
I Boai'srlot, Ik 4 4 II I
Dclth'nty, lb I
, lb 4
fosa, lb S
Lsthors. lb.. S
0 Hanry I I I 8 I
0 Oroom, p.... 1 I I 1 I
BUn to, o... 4 1
Works, s I I
Scbailsr .... 4
I Walker ..
14 4 14
ToUls. .....41 14 SS SS 4
Ratted for Groom In ninth.
..17 umn 8
Kan for nchaefer. ,
Two out when winning run scored.
Batted for Ness In eighth.
Detroit 0 IMHllllH
Left on bases: Washington, 12; Detroit,
H. Two-bass hits: Works, Jones, Cobb.
Three-base hit: Delehahty. Hits: Off
Uroom, 7 In eight Innings; off Hughes,
In three innings. Sacrifice hits: Jone
Stanage, Lellvelt, Sommerlot, Grot.
Btolen bases; , Crawford (2). Jones. Mi
arty. Conroy.f lellvelt (2), Gassier, Henry
uoudis piay: mcnrioe to riommerioi. ntruc
out: uy uroom, t; oy iitignes. i; by work
2. Passed ball: Henry. Bases on balls:
Off Works, 10; off Groom, 8; off Hughes,
2. Time; 2:46. Umpires: O'Loughlln and
Laerel Wins front Coleridge,
COLERIDGE, Neb., May 24. (Special
Telegram.) Tha game at Coleridge today
was won by 1-aurrl hy a score of 8 to 1.
The soore stood 2 to 1 up to the first
half of tha seventh when lucky battlrOt by
Salf of the seventh when luc
Laurel bunched a flock. Bi
r1d' Schneider and Ward;
.ln- -nd Wvman
singer and wyman.
Yoanar Rejoins Team.
CLEVELAND, May 24 "Cy" Young,
veteran Cleveland American league pltctiier
and dean of major league pitchers. Ve-
joined the team today after an ahserl-s
which began four weuks ago when hs
taken 111 In Detroit with pneumonia. 'He
says he expects to be able to play within
two weeka. .
Japanese Cap! are Ion-ana.
IOWA CITY, la.. May 24.-(Speolal Tele
gram.) Waseda, Japan, 2; Iowa, 0. Bat
teries: Matsuda and Yamaguchl, Balrd and
RULING AGAINST SACCHARINE
tnira ana Drought in the winning run mn
Cunnlnxham's error. Tha three Ditchers
walked twenty men. Score i I
DETROIT. WASHINOTON. 81
AS. H. OA. . AB.H.O.A.n. M
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Sum. ss I I I 4 S Conror. Sb.. 18 8 t)2r
IS AMENDED BY REQUEST i
Wilson, MscVtsgh and, Nasrel Glvo
Manofaetarers One Year Longer .
to Adjast Tbele Business.
WASHINGTON. May 23. -As a result of i
representations from manufacturers who
asserted the government was doing the
great Injustice, Secretaries Wilson. MM-Tl'k
Veagh and Nagel today amended a recent
ruling of the Department of Agriculture,
prohibiting the use of saccharins In food
products after July 1, so as to give manu
facturers one year longer to adjust their
John F. Queeney of St. Louis, Insisting
that saccharine Is not harmful unless used j
In excessive quantities for a long time, told
the board of review that the manufac- '
turers, who had made large Investments
In good faith, were confident that the.
three members of the cabinet who pass
final judgment on orders of the Rrmsen .'
board will resclrtd the order placing sac
charine under the ban.
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