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CRICKT MEHBECOME ACTIYE
Orguixe vcA Deeidt to Join Wettero
; Cricket AMoeUtioa.
VUJ. SCHEDULE HATCHES KEEZ
Vaaawl liHml mM
tntt to bm Tmla Va
Om rtttr Man MiK
tk lukl ai ria?r
Tha Omaha Crlekat dub bat dddd
to Jala Uw Wtalara Crlekat aHoatatUw
an4 acotltloni will b (tartad Uilt
nak tor admlailoa. Tba Omaha Crtckat
tab boaM ol about fifty aMmbare and
hapai to it tkat maaf mora bafor
toanf tayi hr aaaMd. .
Br iatnlBf Uta Waatarn aaMdatlea 0
fovl at Omaha will ba tlvaa aa ap
aortmnlty at tag mm of tha baat
artekat alayara la tha waftara part of
tha Valtal liatav Tba aawctaUon haa
tor Ha BMrnbara Buck clilaa a Chicago,
rhlladalphla. Ponvar. at. Louia and
Xanax Clur. Tbaaa town will aand a
toam to- Omaha to eompata with tha
OnaM Crlekat dub taam.
It la tba IntMrtloa of tha Omaha dub
to hold a "enckat waak." dunaf which
tlma tha vlatuac tavna would plar twa
m thra matcka. Ordmarlly It takat
thraa dara to alay natch. Bat with
good fat work a match could ha piayad
la twa dara.
L'naauat latiraat la halnf takaa la
crlekat thla raw br tha Omaha aporta
aaa, and br Jolalac tha Wanara aaw
ataUoa tha Omaha Crlekat dub would
(tv tha Omaha aoopla aoma aod
wiatehai to watea. la Pamurplvanla.
ertekat holds a pamanant plaoa ha tha
world a( aporta, .and aa attempt will ba
mada to' maka .tha ama. hara-raaUr
mora popular thaa U haa haa la tha
Davis Makes Talk
On National Game
CUCVKLAKD, O . Mar t.-Oa at tha
moat Intaraatlaf talks aa baa ball haard
ta a on Urn was mada br Harry Da -a
tha Ctonland manafar. tha athar day. Ha
makaa tba point rhat Ua ban la a blr
tnatuutloa and that playara mlht do
saara than ta lata It Just tor tha aaka
at aanilnt tha dollar la Inunadtata alcht.
Davla (ay:
"Ball playtr tea oftaa carota moat at
thatr anamy kwklnt attar thalr aalary.
Thay anua that at tha haat thay naa
aaly taw yaara ta atay la tha aama.
Thar ballrr that durlac tha thaa thay
mat adlaet aaouch aoln ta but tha ra
avatndar at thalr Uvaa. Thay aaa vlalaaa
at idhfl back to, hard lobar, at lednaT
att tha acmforta at Ufa which thay a
toyad whll drawing larta aalarlaa a
mam ban at major mafua.
That' wroo. It' ratlrdr wnrng. Thay
tea t aspradata tha hutaaaw at thla
ram. Baa hall la aa tmmanaa propo
MUoa. Thar' wot tha llhtat raaaoa
ta tha world why maa ahauldn't maka
H hi Ma work. Juat a a maa maka
tha atudy at tha auta budtan hi Ufa
worn whaa a antara tha of not at aa
auto coneara. '
"Juat think ovar tha Uat of maa wha
bar mlrad or hava haea tmad to r
tiro a baa ball pltrera m racant yaara.
Think tor a momant what vaat kumhar
at than ar (till dlraetly oaaaeted with
tha apart-'
"Tha (am I )ut Uka a budnaaa. Tha
man wha dud la It. who attaatlT.
wha at ambUlaua wha do what' rtiht.
Who alvaa tba dub all that ha powaaaa
wha takat car at hlmaalt, I tha maa
wha wfU atlek to tha cam and wha will
find that It will par him drrtdanda a
load aa any atnar Una at work would."
COLONELS HANDY WITH BATS
(Continued from Flrat Paga.l
Three-base hlta: Rmert, Block. Double
Mar: McCormlck to waieh. Hlta: ort
gwana. I ta two-third Inning: aft Demott.
k l evvea and ane-lhird innlnga. Struck
out: By Lecannlere, by beiaott. t.
baae on baila: off Deeannlere. t Hit
by pitcher: Huuer. Bk: peuwtt. Time;
1 at , l apirco: ChlU and Aadereoa,
EOBESTSOH PUZZLES TEE BLUES
laaklllty to Bit Caaae Defeat at
Keaeae tty.
KANSAS CITT. Me, May 4InabtUty
te hit the ball loot the gam bar today
tor th local. Wither, wh rehered
Brandon, did aot allow a hit - teora:
oinuitraut kAksA cm.
AH H O A K. lI H O il
Waaenrr. i i i i tn aim i
O Uti. m.. I I I I ekaelKr. J 1 1
aMr, H.I1II aLewe. rt I I
aur. ta. a lit ecerr. ..... a la a
Ko'ucr. At I I eaenuce. a. 1 1 I
c .a I rcaer. l I I I I
WarreH, !( sOoaeei. kl I I I I
ijw, ! wjff t a
kaiawaia. Hill eBraaaaw, si I 1
WKaeav ..!!
- iwctf 4i anal
. Tetala....a a I
Indtoaapell ... t M
Karma City 1
rwo-oaae hit: Barbeau. Corridnn.
Bacitfiee hlta: Gagnler. he bailer. Roearu
eon. WIHIama. SaorlOo fliea: Mc
Carthy, Loe. Baiw aa bait Off Rob-
eraon, a; on Hraneom. l; orf wither.
1. Struck aut: By Robertao. S; by Bran
S, br Withara, I. mnMa baee: wil-
un. Kite: f iff Brendom, In fmir
" IP,ru aunr.. rut on errors: In
dJenaeotts, t Left oa bw: Indlan-
Kaneaa rvT k raW di:
Tise to Carr. Time: 1;. L moire:
i r9s tad Baadibua
May Restore Boxing
to Colleges if it Can
Be Made Clean
PHILADELPHIA, May 4-IttUraot
liat boxing, which ha bam eoaatd
rad for many yaara Impoadbla by tha
authorttt wha forna aoUaca athiatle
aa aeeoant at tba dlttteulty at kaaptnf
It tra traat aaayartaraaallka faataraa
found la tha prta nn. may pduni to
It plan among Mllagtat a part a.
Prof, Talt McKand. a dlrador of phya
leal atucaUoa at Pnnylvaala, raeantly
hald a boxing maat la tha eollaga gym-
nadum. It wa tha flrat publt boxing
xhlMtloa arar hald at tha anlvanlty,
and Prof. MoKand xprlmantd with
aora aaw ml, whloh ha will probably
props I athar aolWcaa tor adopttoa.
Tha ru whlh war triad out In In
raoont mt at Panuylvanla ar a fol
low: . t .
Na. L Only ana aaeond ahall b allowat
to aaek boiar, and k muat a aa uadar
graduat ot good aland I n(.
No. t Tha aaoond I allowad at aa tlma
to aniar in ring or aoach hi maa la
any way.
No. L Tha Meond 1 allowad to fan tha
eonlaaUnt and admlnlatar raatoraUra It
ba rarnaln auiaida tha ropa.
No. i In th caaa of a knockdoara. It
tha oonlaaUnl I und frnni bdng
oounlad out by tba Intarvantlon at rha
ball, ha muat ba abi to walk to hi
rnr unaaaiaiad ar ala loa tht bout.
Aald from thaa aparlal rula. th eon
laai will ba ran according ta th orfldal
boilng ruhn.
Tha dacialon ar mad according to
dyla, attrsalvM and th number of
drrar blow ktadad. by twa ar mora
Judgaa. It la hoped that by thaa rula
II th brutal and una port amanllka phaaat
f tha aria ring ana ba eliminated.
Pennaylvanla la living boxing aa aa
lateroollagiat port a thorough tryout.
Tha ather eoUegti ar watching tha ex
periment. It It I aucoeaaful, Tla, Har.
rard and Princeton will fall Into Uaa,
and aa tataroollagtat boxing tournament
la' tha aaar futur will ba th raxult
Skat Players Will ,
Compete at Cbcago
CHICAGO, May 4-Tbuand at skat
playara from all arar tha United State
aad Canada will compete at tha Coliseum
la thla dty oa May S, M and M In tba
annual tournament of th North Ameri
can gkat league. Official of th league
hav th plan wdl la hand and anneuao
that th coming erect will be th moat
pratantloua skat tournament erer hdd ta
thla country.
Tha prlaea offered total tiaWN. Th
eommlttae la ebaria la arranging to maka
tha award la eerie and report that
aver at pnaee will ba listed. The win
ner ot Brat honors will receive It an.
Ther win be mverai m and tla awarda
Preeldant Max. Wcrtamaan of tha Na
tional league I la eortum alceiloa with
leading akat player ot Oarmany, who
bar maalfaded mueh intareet la th
plan for th big event, air. Wprtamua
beUevee that the touraameat will at
tract a aumber at sonteetanta from the
fatherland who may be rlaiuag la thla
eouatry at that time, thus giving the
esagrea aa International flavor.
A epeetal effort I bdng mada to In
terest th beginner or novice la tha aa
Henal avenL League atfttlala smphaaiaa
that tha newcomers will bar Juat aa
much at aa opportunity to win aa th
more experienced, the element ot ehaaee
m akat bdng equal ta that la bridge
whit ar other forma at card gam.
Prior to th opening of th flrat seadoa
of th tournament ea Saturday evening.
May hV there will be a meeting of th
North American Bkat league, at which
Urn th ItU eongrea will be awarded.
Thar la much rivalry tor th event.
ral eastern and wtra cltlee having
planned to asad ddegatlon In tba bop
af aeeurtng th award.
Tekamah High Wins
Games Upon Tour
TEKAMAH, NeJ).. May 4 -(Special V
Th Tekamah High ached has ball taam
returned heme but evening attar a
thro day tour, playing game at Lyons,
Pender and Bancroft. On Wednesday
thay met Lyon with L. McKlnnls aad J.
Bllaa as their battery. They defeated the
Lyon taam by tba score of 11 to 4 Oa
Thursday they defeated Pender In a no
kit gam en thdr part, th score bdng
I to L H asm II threw aad Bliss was
at the receiving aad.- On Friday thay
went up against Bancroft aad there they
had ta work to win. ,MeKJaaki agdn
pttckd and the boy woa th gam,
though It went to tba tenth Inning, th
cor standing f to 4 at the dee.
On Friday the "Second" High ached
taam went ta Blair and defeated tha Blair
High school th cere being It te 4 lu
this game the Tekamah battery wa
oomposed of Fred Weever and Harry
Farreaa,
bewte Win Madlficd Maswthaa.
NEW TORK, May 4 Louis Scott ot
Peterson, N. J., bolder of the Amateur
Athletic union ten-mile championship,
won the New York Mall' modified mar
sihm today. He eHrar! the twsirs and
five-eighths miles through th city streets
la 14V G. StroUne ot Peterson era
jsecrnd: J. Glee eon. urartaohd. third, and
1 Tom Dwyer of thas atr, fourth.
I Kay ta the nrtlow-,p
AdTWHMng.
JAYHAWKS TAIE TRACK MEET
Wia Orcr Cornhaiker Athlete by
Wid KaJgtl.
10 BIO KECO&SS BSOm
Ted Wee-tbary Clean Bar ta Pale
Vaalt Half aa lack Better
Thaa Mia Owm Prartaaa
Mark. 1
UWREXCX. Kaa.. May iflpadal
Talegram.) la th annual dual track meet
held on th McCook field here yetrday
altera ooo Kanaa defeated Nbraka by
a Mora at B to tMs, Th twa taam
war wall matched la the flret
aranta but Kan aaa draw away from It
apporwata toward tha lad and wa
aaieir la ta waa ay tha Urn th relay
waa on.
A high wind waa blowing acroa th
tldd that In tarf erred with the runners,
but otherwise tha day wa Ideal and
the gamea war attend ad br a Urea
nrowd. Tha aaly record of th moat
mada by "Ted" Woodbury, wha
cleared th bar at U fat. lu laehea i.
th pala rault, beating hi awa record
by aoo-halt lack. Nbraka took both
plaoa la tha halt and uartar mil,
wall Kan aaa oexrled all away to the
Mt-yard daah, twa mil, bread Jump
and ahotpuL Kacdy at Kabraaka Waa
own hi uia tea in taa mavyarg oaak
wha ha tar 4 mueele la hi leg and
tdl to tha track, toeing tha race, n
1 feared that tha tolur will him
out ot U running th remainder of ,h
The ummary:
Ma-yard daah: riret. rievie w......
second, Stuoksy, Kaneaa. Time; :i.
One mUe run: rtret. Aaderaoa, Ne
braska: ascend. Patter eon nu-, tiw,
:Mk. . .
llfr-yard hurdlee Plret. Hssea. Vum'
allpther dleeuallfled. Time: :H.
oasn: riret, Braanoa. we.
braaka: aaCOOd. Beaver, hlaareak Tlmf
:M
U-rrd hurdle! Plrat, Barney, N
braaka: aaoond. Pern. luai ru'
:1T4
Half mil runi First. McOawan, Ne
braska; eeond, Anderaoa, Nebruka.
Tim: t:!.
BW-yard daah: Flrat Davis. Kansas:
aaoond. Chrletmaa. Nabraaka. Time: l ll
Two-mil run: Flrat. Murray. Kaneaa
aacond. Pattereon. Kaneaa Tim: W I7.
ol vault: First. C. Woodbury. Kaa
aaa; second . Cramer, Xanax, and
Has viae, Nabraaka, tied. H elf hi: 11 feet
Inch.
Discus: Flrat. Herman. Nebraska; eeo
nd. Buraham, Kaneaa. DlMaacai KM
fed, 1 Inch.
High jump: First, French, Kanass:
second, Haaen. Kaneaa: Heating and
Ruaseli, Nebraska, tied. 7 Helaht: I feet.
IH inchea.
Shotpul: Flrat Wood, Xanana; eeoond,
Burnham, Knnsaa. Distance: M feel.
Running broad Jump: Flrat. Wlleoa,
Kaneaa: second. H. Woodbury. Dtataace:
tl feet, m Inchea.
Half mil relay: Won by McOowaa,
And arson. Beaver aad Barney, Nebraska.
Dillon Outpointed
By Klaus at Garden
NBW TORK. May 4-Fraak Klau at
PltUburgh outpointed Jack Dillon at la-
diana polls la a rather tame - tea-round
bout at Madison Square tardea todght
Th maa wdghed In at the ring. Klau
turning the scale at 1st aad Dtlloa two
pound lighter.
In th tint two round Dillon had the
batter ot Klau. getting M right to th
body and head, while Klau wa sending
ta short lefts and right to the body.
In the third round there waa a lot ot
Infighting and they axehanged right up
ptrcut ta the chin. DiUea wa daw la
th fourth, failing te get his guard up ta.
Urn to offset Klaus' reach for tha heed
Klaus waa tha ajoleker ta th firth
round and with two (tinging lefts to th
race h had DUloa bleeding from thy
note. Thar axehanged heavy body blow,
Klau having tha better ot It. It wa
about th same la th dxth round and
la the aeventh both dugged. landing with
rlghte and left for fully blf a minute.
Dllloa put twa nralght left to lb face,
but Klau autfought aim la the do
work which followed.
Klaua put twa right to the head la th
dnth and thra very hard body bio we.
white DtUoa get la all art -ana rights and
4 couple ot hard appsreuu aa the bodr
aad chest. The tenth round wa full of
stiff infighting, ta which Klau did th
mors dunag. Neither maa ahewed
muoh weakness at the ftaku. Klaua had
outpointed his maa and waa clearly ea
hi general forcing at tk Bght .
IOWA DEFEATS CHICAGO
THROUGH FIELDER'S ERROR
IOWA CITY, la. May t- Special Tel
agrm. Ubbtootl error at sen tar Odd
la the seventh spelled defeat trr Chi
cago at the hande of Iowa this afteraeoa
by a score af t to t UbMnott had re
placed Catron aad dropped aa eaay fly,
permitting Zimmer to score la the third.
A dagl by Simmer, a baa aa belle tar
trickier and a dagle by Bauth tilled toe
baas tor Iowa. LlbbtnoU erred aad oa
the pick up Maan ml seed th satch at the
plate and Zlaunar aad frtrlckler aeend.
The oara: R.H.K.
Iowa b41e-gdl
Chugs .... IMIIIIIMIt
Oafral Aasastatiaa lisasa
Keokuk, :' Muscetrne. I.
Hsnllbef. 7: Ottumwa. 4 '
RtirliRgton, ; Qeiesburg. 4 ,
atoumouth. U. Rock la-and. 4
DES MOINES WINS'
IN TENTH BOUND
Continued from Flak Page.)
In, wha gave Johnson hia base oa halla.
farcing Coy! over the pan. scan ton
rounded first and wa thrown aut at
sound by Hah a. Kan wa caught
betweea third and home and run down.
NtehofT ended the hols br striking out.
Ik th tenth Korea, the flrat man up
far Da Moines, dngled to rlghL Welch
walked. Curtis sacrificed each man a
base. IHatowakt singled to left, acorlng
Korea. Rogg struck out ColUgaa popped
aa easy on to Hicks.
OMAHA.'
H. O.
Devtdaon, It.
i I
Coyle. rf
Thomaana. of
Kane, lb
Johnson, c..
Boanion. ro
Nlehoff. lb
Juatloa. sa....
Hick, p
ttchooaovar
Total
M' 4 I 14 4
DES MOINES.
AB. R. H. O. A. B.
Cdllgaa, lb 1-4
Hahn, rf t l l e i
Kelly, of
Thomas, lb I 1 11 1
Korea, aa 1111(1
Welch, lb lie
Curtl. If 4 t j ,
flaiowakt, I 1 f .
Northrup, p.. 4 1 I
Rogga, P - 1 1
ToUl 41 7 14 a
Btted for Hick la tenth Inning. -Omaha
. ...
Run 1MIMHIM
Hit 1III1IIIIM
Dee Main
Run IMMIIIll-l
Hit 1 i 1 I l-l
Two-base hit: Tbomaarm, Coyls, Nle
haff. Hahn, Korea Hit by pitched ball:
Johnson, Justice, Kelly. Hits: Off
Northrup, ' I In dght Inning. Bases on
halla: Off Hleka. 1: off Northrup, : art
Box, 4 Struck out: By Hick. I; by
Northrup, I; by Rogg. 1. Sacrifice hits:
aohoonover, Nlehoff, Kane. Coyle, Cur
tia: Left on bases: Omaha, I; Da
Moine. U. Tim: 114 Umplra: Has
kea ...
ST. JOE UTS BALL AT WILL
Tvreaty-Tbre a fe Oaee aad Xlss
teea Raaa Seared.
T. JOSEPH. Mo.. May 4-St loaeph
hit th ball at will today whll Sioux City
wa unable to hit Chdlette safely, the lo
cal winning. It to L Kslljf batting was
a feature.. Scon: (
SIOUX CITT.
AB. K H. O. A. K.
Smith, a .. 1 I 1
Rdlly, lb 4 I 1
Farrell. cf 4 1114a
Breen, rf..... , 4 t I S
Myere. If 4 I t
Andrea, R I 1 1
French, th !!
Brook, lb 4 - 11 1 4
Cad man, a I . I 11
Gate, e 14
l ampbell, p...i...... !
aloeer, p I 1 . X
Total ... 1 I U 14 1
ST. JOSEPH. ,
AB. B. H. O. A. E
Kdly. tb i 4 4 I
Powell, rf I 4 1
Watson, rl I 1 1 4 1
Zwllllng, ot i t I I .
Bortoa. lb 4 1 I t f
Roth, lb i I t 1 I J
Unle 1.1 I 1
Castle, o I ! L
C ballet te,, p
Total d II 11 U 4
loux Clty.-.... 14-t
St Joaeph IMIIIIIMI
Three-he hit: Kdly. Two-bass hiU:
Kelly. Pnwsll. Metnke. Sacrifice hits:
Powell. Watson, Zwllllng. Stolen bases:
Kelly. Weieon. Borton. Struck out: Br
Chellett. : by Campbell. 1; by Mosar, J.
Btae on baila: Off Chellett. I; off
Cmpbll. 1: eft Mneer. 4 Wild PUchee:
Cr jlette. Mneer. Hlu: Oft Campbell. 1
a two-thirds Inning. Left on baees: 8loux
Ity. tv; at. joeepn. a -Jwuoie vJ- -ww,
to Caatl te Borton. Brook to ReUly.
Tim: 1:54 Umpire. Jonrteoo,
DE5VEE BABES THE PE5HAST
Evsat Olsaratew by Fearth ttralaht
Vlrlory Over Wlehlta.
DENVER. May l-Denver raised th
penaaat today, with th aadstanc of
tha local Chamber of commerce, ana
thaa celrbrated the event by taking the
mirth stralfht stffli trora WKhlta. la
th third tuning landsay knocked out a
three-bagger and brought la three men.
Score: , i .
DENVER.
AB. It. H. O. A. E
Lloyd. f ! I
Cssddy, "rf."'."Ui:;. I f - 1 J
ChenneA, ef....r.... 11114 1
unoaay, ie.. ......... s i a m w
Coffey, ae 1 1 4
sr.; . a a a i l a
Klnseila. p......... 1 1 1
Total
M M
WICHITA.
14 t
- AB. R
H.
1
O. A. R.
Craig, if
Middscton, cf.
Davie, rf.......
Clair, lb
Hughes, to....
Me, ae
4
1
. 4
1
(
1 1
Stark. I.
Perry, a.......
Hersehs, p...
Clemona. c-
....... 1
...... 1
4
Total .... m I - M M I
Denver ..t lilllll
Wichita ....;.. ItllMlt-l
atoien bases: Keaiwui thy. FWait, "i ie-Two-baa
hlu: Ken worthy. Spahr, Davis,
Me. Three-base hit: Spahr. Llnxieay.
Home run: Cnu,. nacrlfice kite: Lloyd.
Colter. Struck out: By Klasslia. 4; by
Herscbe
d
be-4 Baees ea belle: Oft Kin-
aV. 41 as Ferry, li atx itanch. 4
Left oa baees: Denver. T: Wlehlta, 4
Time: Li4 Urns! re: Knana.
ASTELOm TAXZ LOOSE OAXE
Topekat Cease Close, hat Leasee by
Eleven t lrkt.
TOPEKA. Kan., May 4-Botk team
hit hard and often, bat Lincoln waa knar
successful la kunohlng Ita hlta. The locals
came wlthla ea ot. tying fb cor ta
the (evtoth, Coor:
TOPEKA.
AB. R. BH. PO. A. B.
Rick art. It. 4 1114
Oardnar, la. 1 1 1 11 t
Le. as. I 11114
FranU. lb. i t I 1
King. cf. 4114
Kmory, a.
.S'i S i i
tht, p. .... 4 111
uear, rr.
Chapman.
Walawngbt.
Total a i u n
LINCOLN.
It I
AB, B BR. PO.
Moor, as. 4 1 1 4
801a, at. I 1 ' I 1
obb, rf. A I 1 t 1
McCormlck, It .... 1111
Mulen. lb 4 11 I
Dwyer. lb. 1 1 I 11
Barbar. cf I I I I
tratton, o. 114
Tuckey, a. I
H agar man, p, I
A.K.
I
Total If 11 II S M I
Lincoln I I I I I I I I -U
Tupeka 4 1 1 1 -1
Three-blae hit. Gardner, Lee, Col.
Two-base hit: Gardner, Dwyer, Bar
bour, ac rifle hlta: Cobb, I; Dwyer,
Btratton. Stolen bases: F rents. Bar
bour. Hlta: Oft Tuckey, I In five In
nings; off Hsgsrrnaa, 4 In four Innings,
base oa ball: Off WalnwriehL 4: off
Hagsrman, 1. Struck out: By Wsla
wright. 4; by Tuckey, 4 Wild pitches:
Walnwiight, Tuckey. Hit by pitcher: By
Walnwrlght, L Umpire: Klaaana, ,
GIANTS CAPTURETHE SERES
(Continued from Flral rag.)
and left the rubber attar the dxth la
Blag. Score:
rTTTWLluia. CmoAOO.
AB.H.O.A I A H O A B
Bn ea. tk... till eakerfeaid. If. 4 1 I
Ckrev. H....4 4 1 IMalta. If., I I I I I
leeae. ef.... 4 I -4 tTlakw. aa... 4 14 4 1
M'X'kele, si I I I SHetaaa. d .i I I I I
Mill-. It. till SOe-ae, et... I 4 I
Wllaea. ... I SI lus'su las suit
Mro-n'r. hi I i l is-, t.... I 1
Olbaea. a.... 1 t I lie I. tk...4 1114
Staaa, p.... 41 tleeaea, St.. 4 t I 4
Fan-. ...... I SAnaer. e.... 1111
eUMasea. .! tNwiaata. a. i 1 1 1 4
Healkara. kl I I I I
Tetata.... M II H U K.laUre ..114
CMa. 41
Tsuie.4...ttilMW I
Batted tor Raulbaah ta twventh.
Pittsburgh ...I I I I I I M -ll
Chicago 1 1 t ( -U
Two-baa hit: Byrne. Carey, Wilson,
Zimmerman. Lennox, Need ham. Three
base hlta: McKechnle, Wllaon, Shackard,
Moore, MclaUre. Home run: Byrne
Sacrifice hit: MoKecnnt. Stolen bases:
Carey, Leach. Miller. Double play: Mc
Kechnle to McCarthy to Millar. Base
oa ball: Off Ferry, 1, 1: aft Reulbach,
4 Hit by pitched ball: By Reuibach, I;
by Kerry. L Struck out: By Adams, 1;
by Robinson. 4. Left on baa: lPtts
burgh, 1; Chicago, 4 Flrat on errors:
Pltteburgh. I; Ctiloeggo, 1. Hlu: Off
Adam, II In dx and a third Inning: oft
Ferry I In one-third Inning; off Robinson,
4 In two and a third Inning: off Raul
bach, 14 In aix Innings; off Cole, 1 la two
Inninga Time: 1.1a. Un-Pirea: Brenaaa
and Owen. . ;
BEDS SCOXE TWICE II TESTE
raaa, 4ssrtf.ee, stable aad Tra
Defeat CarAtaala.
ST. LOUIS. Mar 4-A pass, a tamifloe.
a dngl aad an trror la th tenth In
ning cabled Cincinnati to win from St.
Louie thla afternoon br a score ot I to 1
Tha local scored one ta the tint Inning
oa two dngl and a (aerifies, th vtait
tor tying the cor la tha next Inning ea
a dabkv a base on hall and McLsaa'a
double. Score:
CUraNKATI. . . ST. LOl l
A B O I.I U.. 9 I1
baa-set. I..I I I I , kl I I I I
baiea, el.... 4 11 lUlUer, If... I II ll
HeSlHa'L Ikl 1st leasee, at.... 4 I I I 1
tttlekelt. It I 1 I I tk'eaukr. lb I I IS I
Bsaa. ....! Ill senile, W...I Mil
rt--en. I.. I I I tM. r, s. I I I
geaaea. as-. I I I I l-aatar. as.. 111
kkLeas. a. I I I iwiase a.... 4 4 14 1
k-(, I ill eoarer, ..! ill
una. I I a-Ellla till
suraaa ... I I I'lllfa 111
Teule.....MIB) Tetala tdl
Batted for Oeyer In teeth,
Batted for Kee In tenth.
Batted for Miller In tenth.
Cincinnati ...... ! 1 t
at. Le tus ..i.... 111 -
Two-bear hit: McLean. MltrheiL ec
nflc bits: Oak, Bescher. Double play:
Hauser lo Konetchy. McLsa nte Phalen
to HobllueL Mowrey to Huggln to
Konetchy. Bases oa ball: Off Keef, I:
off Geyer. 4 Struck eut: Be Oarer I
br Keefe. 4 Hlta: Oft Kerf a I in nine
innings: off Sugg. 1 la on Inning. Left
on bases: St. Louts, t; Cincinnati, 4
Tims: 1 44 Umpire: Johnaten aad
laser tar mill ta Few.
BEATRICE. Neb.. Mar 4 iSeoetal.t-
The Superior bell team of tba Neoraska
Biate league today abut eut the Beatrice
nine In the Mink league by the score of
4 te 4 The batting of Prox-ha, Orr aad
Vance waa the feature. The- aaore:
SVH.E.
Superior 41
Beatrice .... , I 4
Batten: Vase and Frweha; Bow-
hay, ntaeea. C-aira aad Darrww.
Tha twa taama will play agala ta
Ea at Dee slat era Takaa Meat.
INDIANOLA. la- May 4-Eeat Dee
ours High school won the second
anal lavltatloa high ciool field i
uaa. n i !! , Kvriaf . t anLS-
Oreeafleld High schod was ascend with
a pteta and Evlhaa. High third w-.th
int.
imnifc j sri a wa i year a
records were broken today. More tha
id athlete eeaapeted. Hertt at Oraasav
ftdd was th tn-livWual star, wiantag
ss poiau an runn-ag taa auaiiia yard
daah la at t-at, ,
Morris Knocked Out
By Luther McCarty,
Aged Twenty Years
STRING FI ELD. Mo.. May 4 Luther
McCarty ot gprlngflald tonight knocked
oat Carl Morris at Tulsa, OkU to th
dxth round af a tea-round bout before
the Bpringfltld Athletic duh. Edward
E. Cochrane ot Fsnsi City refareed tb
MoCarty woa with a swinging right to
th )a which followed a nralght left
that had staggered tb Oklabosnan. Mor
ris went to the floor tot a count ef four
teen and even than did net appear to re
alise that ha had lost,
Th bout prior to tba dxth waa even,
aetthar fighter doing much damage. la
the flrat Morrt draw blood from Mc
carty's mouth, but tba Sptlngfidd boy
retaliated la Ilk manner In the second.
Th third wa van. both tighter re
sortlng to abort tab which did no dam
age. In th fourth Morrt seemed te
bar the advantage, forcing th fighting.
In tha fifth McCarty aama back (trong.
Tb dxth round hardly had opened when
he landed a left oa tb engineer' Jaw.
Thla waa followed by a light that aant
th Oklahoma "white hope" to tb
canvas.
Morrt had aothing to Bay after th
tight. "
McCarty 1a Juat years aid and I
wader tba management of "Billy Mo
Carney of Nan Francisco.
"I always knsw I could beat Morris
It given aa opportunity," McCarty add
toalght. "Morrt never had a chano
to win from th opening ot th bout,"
Wesleyan Fails to :
.Meet Creighton on
the Tennis Courts
Th Crdghtoo university-Nebraska
Wasleyan tannla match Kheduled for to
day ha been aaaodled. Creighton r
celved word at the hut mom eat that Waa
ler an would be unabl to play because
of ooaforeao rulss. .
Creighton man ar oonsldarably ta
osaaad baoauaa ot thla action an the part
of Wesley aa, aa It waa that team that
first applied for a game with Crelgbtoo,
Father Devlin, manager ot athletla
at Crdghtoa. raodved a tetter some tint
ago stating that the Nabraaka Waaleyan
tannla team would make a trip during
May. playing tha University ot Omaha,
Friday. Mag. t, and would Ilk to play
Crdghtoa th following day. Crdghtoa
Immediately accepted and mad prepare
tlona for tha game, only u be notified
at tha last moment that conference rule
would make It Impoadbla to play the
Crdghtoa students are at tha opinion
that thla excuse Is threadbare, aa It la
used by every college that wishes to avdd
a gam with them. Nebraska Wedeyaa
eotion M also considered rather laeouslM
eat when It to remembered that Its baa
aot ball tea i an a tour during tha hut
saasua. paased through Omaha, aad whll
hare attempted ta arrange a game with
Crdghtoa tor the championship ot the
data. Aa Crdghtoa had Its schedule
tilled, tb gam oould aot he arrange
Nothing waa aald at that time about
oentareac rules, which apply to all
branches at athletic. t ,
MeClellaad Leaks Good. '
St Joseph tan have takaa to th work
of Bobby McClelland, who t said te be
about the class! eat looking thing 1 the
way of an tnflelder that ha appeared In
the Western league in asm moons. This
la hi first season la prefesdonal ball.
Catorldsrer Wlaa from Harttartwa.
HARTINQTON, Neb.. May 4-Speeiel.i
-The Coleridge High school basket ball
taam - defeated the Hsrtlngton High
school team here today by the score of
It to 4 Thi wa tti riret or a ernes
at game betweea the high school of
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- NEW TORK. May 4 The program tor
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annual regatta ea the Schuykill. Satur
day, May K, to announced. Thla regatta
I knows aa th American Henley, and
annually attract college crew from all
parts of the east. There will be devett
events on the program, 4 follows:
Flrat dngl cull (Farragut challenge
US,)
First doubt scull.' '
Flrat double scull (Schuykill challenge
oup.) ' .
Flrat four ecu!! (Centipedes). ..
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Flrat elght-oared stadia (steward's ehat
lang cup).
Special lnterclub second . lght-ord
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Junior collegiate elght-oared , (hdll
(New England challenge cup). , . . r
Interacholastlc , dght-oared ' shell
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Freshman elght-oared sheila
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