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TORRES TAKESECOND GAME
Tkey Win by Connecting With Bn
den at Opportune Timet.
EAIX AIX0W8 BUT FIVE HITS
MMtarfal Tr1rll Kn Kam
rrnat OIIIbw Mar Taaa Aaa
! avail la RaarliM
raala- I a la.
Rourk' athlftea cllmbrd op aastlMr
Botch In th prern( folumn by tak
ing lh awan4 t.m at the nrtMi from
Toptka rftrday afternoon by a aeon of
to 1. Mark Hall'a maMrful work on
tha mound made It an alnraat Impnwlbla
tuk for lh Kaa to aoor. But flva
acattr4 bit wm (arnared aft Hall'i
It was a awoll Kama until tb Rourkta
fx ttwr trl4 In th sixth Innlnf ana
puahed tha first run aero. Tbptka But
u a rood fltbt. but osiild not aolva
Mark's myatarloua wrtnklaa. Thy m4a
th flral run of th fmm In th fourth.
Tha Itourkca deadlocked It In tha sixth,
forced ahead In th seventh and pocketed
th came In th et(hth. Pour two-baf-aera,
one triple and flva alnflea were
made by th locals.
Alderataa (tana Well.
A Merman looked Ilka s winner for the
first flva Innings, allowing but two hlta.
which war harm Its. In tba seventh he
was found for tw hlta Th Rourkas
took bis measurs In tha eighth with five
clouts. Wsnnw played at short In place
of Justice, who Is slok. Tba abort! top
pro-tem nade two bite and on run.
Thotnaaoo mad tws- Davtdsoa was the
only Roui k not to connect safely.
Dulln. a new man who reported at
Kaw headquarters, waa sent la at short
.Slop for Toprka while Lee waa switched
t second. Tha latter waa not familiar
.with tha position and made a boot whan
tt meant something. Dulln played abort
Uk a veteran, taking flva chances with
out an error.
Johnson waa behind tha bat for the
Rourkea again and held th Kaw tied
to their baaea. In on Inning Xanaan
tried to pilfer second, but waa caught
t least ten feet from tha bag. Non
f th othara tried It.
- Toaeka's Only Peer.
- Topeka mad th first run of th gam
In th fourth. After Rlrkert had gone
put, Gardner singled to center. Dulln
advanced Gardner a baa on ground
ball. A slngls to left by Us aeored
tiardner. Emory grounded out. Lea t
-: Th Rourkea tied the prior th sixth.
Xsvtdson grounded out, Lmlln t Oard
;scr. Covl landed safe on Alderman's
error. - Thotnaaoo sent him to second
with a hit to centra They both ad
vanced on Kan' ouo, Johnsoa sent a
slow on down tha third baas line to
Emory, who fumbled It long enough for
Coy I to soor and Johnson to land safe
at first, scanlon went out. Alderman
With one down In tha seventh Wanner
don bled to left Hall scored him with a
doable to center. Davidson flew out to
center. Coyl grounded out. Lee to
Tnomaeoa opened tha eighth with a
double to center. Ho want to third when
Kan beat out a bunt Johnsoa popped
up to Emory.
' Them aeon and Kan aeored on Sean'
Jon's triple to the right Bold fane and
Scanlon came In when Lee fumbled th
ball wbea It tu thrown tat from th
field by Gear. Nlehoff singled to left
Vent to second on Wanner" hit to can
ur. He stole third baa and aeored when
Ilall went out aa a grounder to Dull a
to Gardner. Score:
AB. R. H. O. A. E.
Davttson. ir I
Corle. rf 4
?liomaoo, cf 4
Kane, lb 4
Jo4tnoo, e 4
anion, Ib.. 4
Nk-hoff. B 4
Warmer, as H I
Ilall, p. 4
have seen some wors umpiring than be
It seems that th Omaha pitcher will
not give more than four or flv hlta at
any time, while the Rourkea pile up
do sens of them.
Maybe Frank labell Is coming back
after all. lie went In for a Pinch hitler
twice recently and came across with a
safe one ea h time.
Th Addition to Danny Clair to the
Des Moines team will strengthen Isbell'a
chance perceptibly. Claire la a good
bitter and a good fielder.
DCS MOI5IES DEB-BATt LIMCOLit
NrCormlck's Haas Pis la Fourth
core Oobk aad lakell.
DEfl MOINES. May 14 -Dee Moines de
feated Lincoln. 1 to 1 McCormlck a home
run In the fourth Innmg aeored Cohband
labell s slnsle In the sum Innlna allowed
Claire and Korea to score. The remainder
of th gam waa a pitcher-! battle. Hears:
AB. R. H. O. A. E.
I'ahn. cf 4 1 a a
Curtla, If I l I
loinaan. n all II
Clair. Jb I 1 I
Thomas, lb.. 4 4144
Korea, as t 1 l I
Belden. rf 1 t t
rietowakl, c 10 0ft
Norlhup. p 14 4 1
Tueaton, p 44414
labell I 1
Totals ii 4 "i 17 19 1
I AR ft. H. O. A. E.
Miller, rf 4 I I
Col. 4 1 I 1 14
Cobb, rf Ill Id
McCormick, If t 1 1 4
Mullen, as 4 4104
fwyer, b I I 1 k
Barbour. Jb 4111
Carney, 4 0
Ha arm an, p a a I
Puzzle for Topeka Yesterday
YORK OPENSWITH A WIN
Grand 11 and Bounced to the Tone
of Fire to Four.
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I sxyjr - c,
Berg ha mar
Toisls B l?il
afttted for Northup In fourth.
' HBtted tor Hagerman la ninth.
flee Moines IIMUIIM
Two-base hit: Hehn. Throe-baas hit:
Curtis. Home run: MeCormlck. Double
play: Colllsan to Korea to Thomas. Wild
pitches: Northup. Heaerman. Stolen
bases: Hehn, Dwyer, Miller. Hits: Off
Norlhup, I In four Innings, off Hueetnn,
4. In flv Innings. Left on bases: De
Moines. 1: Lincoln. 1. Run ea he.Ha:
Off Hagerman. ; tt Northup. I: off
llueesbn. t Struck ut: By Northup 1;
by'Hsserman. 1: by Hueston. , Time:
IN. L'mMre: Haskell.
ToUls U 4 10 a 1
. AB. R. H. O. A. E
King, rf 4 1 t
Rlekert. If 4114)
Gardner, lb 4 1 1 U 1 4
XHilia. ......... 1 1 4 4
Lee. Ib 4 4 1111
Knwry. tb 1 t t 1 I
Gear, rf t 1 1
Chapman. ... S S '
AMeraaaa. P I 1 4 1
....3 1 B U
1 I 1 J -
Run 1 - 1
Scanlon out. bunting third strike. .
' Two-baa hits. Johnson. Wanner. Hell.
Tboraaeoa. Three-base hit:ficanlon Double
play: Kiehotf to Scanlon to Kan. Hit
by pitched ball: Dulln. Wild pitch: HalL
Passed ball: Johnson. Struck out: By
HalL t. Bases ea balls: Off Hall. 1; off
Alderman. L Stolen hens: Nlehoff, John
soa. Tnomaeoa. Left oa bases: Omaha, T;
Topeka. a. Time: 1:1a. Umpire: Knaps.
Arwaad th Ctrewlt.
TSe asm teams again today.
saner playa some asm at shertstea.
The longer KeanlOB piays at aecood to
petter be gt.
Sow let's ao for the aecood place In the
Well it looks tike Kane has found his
betting eye aaaln. Let e watch htm climb.
Yesterday was the fourth consecutive
gam in wrack th Roarkes bar aaad
at eat ten htts.
Cmpir Kaapp i
Was very much kt celdeswa. At
tiocx rornDs two fitchesj
Dea ver Takes Drubbing bp Seawo of
4 SOToatooa to Two.
Sioux City clouted Olmstaad and Harris
st ' will and won over Denver. 17 to I
Olmstead pasaed three Bloux Cltyana In
uoceaeton In th fourth, th trio scoring
on timely hlta Myers mad en borne
run, one double and three single. Scon:
" ' AB. R, H. a A. E
rarrell, cf ....4 111
Rreen. cf till
yers. if 4 41
Tennant. lb 4 t I U S
Rellly, lb 4 1111
Smith, ss 4 I S I t
Andreas, lb v. 4 I I 4
Cad ma a. o 4 1 1 1 I I'
Brown, p I 1
' Total ........... 41 17 1 IT M 1
1 ' . DENVER.
AB. R. H. O. A. E.
..Lknd.. Sb. 4 ltd OOSHRDL
Uovd. th 4 1 S 4 ,
Clulllln. ib 4111
Beell. If 4 1 1
Klnaella. If 4 4
Casstdy. rf 11
Kenworthy, cf.... 4 I S 1 S
Lindeey, lb 4 1
Coffey, ss.. .......... 41111
Spahr. o I 1 I 1
Framben, .... 1 4 1 1
Olmstead, p.......... t ' 1 I
Harris, p...B...... t S 1
' Total ...... M 11 M 11 1
"Batted for Olmstaad In fourth.
Sioux City 4 4 1 4 4 -rr
Denver Mill I I I t-l
Two-bass alts: Brsen. Myers. Qvrlltla
Three-base kit: Cadman. Home run:
Myera. Sacrtflca hna: Breea. Smith.
Stole, base: Tennant. Smith. Left on
base: Sioux Ctty. : Denver, a.' Hits: Off
Olmeteed, M In four Innings: off Kama.
1 In four tnninga. Bsiss oa ball: Oft
Brown. 1; off Olmstead. 1: off Herri a L
Struck out: By Brown. 1; by Otmatead,
1: by Harris, . Wild pitch: Heme
Passed ball: Fran bee. Hit by pitched
hall: Andreas, Cadmaa. Brown. Qulllln.
Time: 14. Umptra: Johnson.
ST. JOB Fl'LLS OIT VICTORY
Loral Baaeh Hit After Wtehlta
Tiea th Seas.
ST. JOSEPH. Mar M -After Wichita
bad tied th scos on two hits and an
error, the locals bunched hits on Hereea
and won by a soor of 4 to I Soor:
AR ft. H. O A K
Craig .If 11111
Middle ton. ci. 4 a . l i a a
Davi. rf 4 1 I S
4 1 4
- . r Vv
HASTINGS DRAWS BIG CBOWD
Roase tor Fresaont laale to Check
the Lead of Brlekeaakere
Kearaey Wlaa Froaa
Total JSt I
V AB. R H.
Kelly tib ... 4
Powell. If 4 1 ; 1
Watsoa. rf t
Z willing. cf.,....... 4 1 S
BOrlCU. lk,HM.iMM 4 I 1 4
Rellly. Sb 4 t
Melnk. ss. ........... 4
Bachsnt. ....... 1 S
Freemaa. p.......... 1 1
Totals a 4 11 17 U
Batted for Heroes la ninth.
ft Joseph . 1 4 I 4 4 : -
Three-haee hit: Borton. Twe-baee hlte:
Powell. Stark. Sacrifice bits: Watson.
Koerner. stolen base: Rellly. Left oa
bases: Wichita, a: St. Joseph. C Struck
out. By Freemaa. 1; by Harsch. 4.
Bases oa belle: Oft Freemaa. 1 Wild
pttea: Freaaiaa. Doable pier: Koerner,
maarkrted Tlmo: M. Vmfrr. Kiasaa.
HDLSWITT'S HOME RUN WINS
Lone Score in Fourth Decides Game
ONE E0OSHE GAUTS THIRD BASE
Prkmrd and Westerall Shaw Fiaa
Form 1st C a test at ladlaaapells
lagertoa aad Saatth Drive
INDIAN APOLIB, May K-Hulawltt's
homa run la tha fourth Inning, tba only
score of tha gam, won S pitchers' duel
for Columbus la th first of tha series
bare today. Both pitchers war In fin
form. Only on Indianapolis player
reached third. Score:
cf.. 1114 IKaMr. et...t 4 14
S SWgeeiwrl. If. I S I S S
tHiite, lb.. Ill
I llMenee. ftl I I 1 I
I lo-Uary s. I 4 1 4 1
I erasn. a I I
t SQesaler rf.. I 1 t
1 swiiimsh. f t l
noalutt .. t
TtU....-M If lWakwstI .1 4
Batted for tVhlltaer In ninth.
Batted tor Woodruff In ninth.
Two-basa hlta: Inge rt on. Smith. Home
run: HulseltL Struck out. By nehlltaer.
I: by Packard. 4. Double playa: Miliums
to Hunter. Hunter tuneasnted. Miller to
Hula wltt. SchBtaer, Ingertoo to Hunter.
Ktoten bases: Hulssrltt. Snelton. Sacrl
flco bit: Ingarton. Basoo on balls: Off
Plckard. 1; off Scblltser. I. Left on bases:
Columbus, t: Indtanapolla L Time: IS.
Umpires. Bier halter and CNiirilly.
Larey Helaa Brewers.
MILWAUKEE. May U-Laroy was ta
fla form, boldtng th horn dub to
four hlta and winning. Slap nicks, waa
with maa oa ease, ecore:
ST. racu tuLWAC-KCS.
U n t i l At H O I 1
i .i I euieeii. d. i I ) l i
Hernaas. rt. 4 t t tfUaeall. rl .l I I I 1
Heeer. tllll SOerlw. 1 1
McCWk. si I I llswa. aa ...4 I
A el fey. lb. .. 4 IS :ee. K. t
limn. xt i t uom. an
I. Lewie. Sllll etlu. !... I 1 t 1
tore. ...... 4 III SHankall. . I S I I
Later, s I 11 esiasaMsa. pl 1114
Osanea, rf. 4 I 1
rerria. Pa.. I I
Miller. Ik... 4 4 la
Naisww. Zl 1 I
Cerwar. s... 4 4 4
Sana. a..... 4 14
racaaid. p.. 4 1 t
balls: Off Laroy. I: off Slapnlrka, L
Struck out: By Plaonlcka. 1: by Laroy.
4. Tim: :. Umpire: Chill and Ander
KANSAS CITT, Mo.. May U-Arter
Toung and Comstock hsd each besn
found for thro runs and four hits. Rube
Waa dell wss sent In today to savs the
(am for Mlnneapoll. cH did nicely
until th seventh. Then thirteen men
fscd him, Ksnaaa City scoring nine runs
on flva hits, two walks and a pair of
error. Carr, up twice, hit each time for
a double. In th neat Inning the local!
aeored again, while three waa th visi
tors' total. Score:.
KANSAS CTTY. sUNpTEArOU.
AB B 0 A C U H.O i l
hlten. kllll taraMr. ef.. 4 1114
IckelMr, II.. Ill lAlllstr, as.. 4 I 1 I 4
Caekae. itl I I I IWIlllaaa. 4 144
Carr. la..... 4 4 II SKIIIIIer, alllll
CerrMee. si i I 1 IFIiseii, ft 4 I I 4 4
OCaeaor, e. 4 I I 4 SDe'aaatr. Hi 1 I I I
R r, ta. I I I 4 4uu. ia... 4 I I t
WbeaUe, II. 4 1 4 I SOnea, I I I I 1
AUieek. p.-l I I I lAlwa. e..... 1 4 14 4
Yeens, P.... I I I I I
Telale.....M It tt It SOauleak. p I 414
WiMall. p. I I 4 4 1
Feme 1 4 4 4 4
Totals I tut!
HBtted for Waddell In ninth.
Kansas City .... J 1 1 -1
Two-bsae kits: Carr I). O'Connor.
Horn run: Senaller. Sacrifice hlta:
AHrock, Corrldon. Stolea baeea: Scaaller,
Coulsoa. Double play: Rockenfleld to
Carr. Hit be pitched bell: By Young.
Wheeler. Barbeau; by Waddell. Corrl
don. Bases on balls: Off Comstock. 1:
eoff Waddell. 1; off Sage, 1; off Altroek.
1. Ftruck out: By waooeu. a: oy race.
ii by Altroek. t Left oa bases: Min
neapolis I: Kanaas City. 7. Hits: Off
Toung, 4 In three Innings: off Coraatork,
4 In one-third of an Inning: oft Wsdd!i,
I In two-thirds of an Inning: off Sage,
I In on Inln. Wild ptche: Young.
Altroek. Peeaed balls: Owen. Allen.
First base on error: Ksnea City. I.
Time: 5 '. I'mplres: llaya and Erwla.
Fairfield Wtas feaus Rdsa r.
FAIRFIELD, Neb, May 14.-1 Special.)
In in afternoon gam of tbo field -day
prellmlnariea, played here this atteraooa,
th r airfield High school team defeated
tha Edgar High by the soor of I ta 4.
Fairfield's waning this gam paakss
It neceeeary for a third gams t be played
th data of which Is not yet decided.
TIGERS OUTPLAY HEW YORK
M alien Allows the Locals Only Four
YANKEES HOT TIT Cf FORM
Two Doable Playa Enliven Cowteat
Jones, Crawford aod Meetarty
Scowro Tero-Booe Hit Four
- Stole Baaea
.-Milan I Tetaw....Jt IIU I
Milwaukee 1 -
,8. Paul ..... I I t I I M
Tw-bai.kl: BiocS, BuOar. auass oa
Edxer 1 1 1 1 0-4
Fairfield I IIIHMM
Batteries: Edgar, Moor, leasee and
Fowler: Fairfield. Roberts snd Wood
head. Umpire. Pike and Mlisle.
Slows f My Buy Oewwdorff. -
SIOUX CITT.!-. May 14 -Catcher
rw i itt J -ha rMMM WaHonaia has
ibeea purchased ay Sioux City Wasters
NEW YORK, May i4.-Detrolt defeated
New Tork In the third gam of th
aerie. Mullla held tba locala to four
Ratted for Do lan In tha ninth.
Detroit 1 1 J-4
New Tork l-l
First on errors: Sew lork, J- Two
base hits: Jones. Crawford. Morlarty.
Aecrlflce flv: Crawford. Stolen bases:
Cobb. Crawford, Zlnn. Martin. Double
can: Louden to uonarty to Louoea.
Martin to Gardner to Simmons. Bases
on balls: Off Caldwell. ; off Mullla. 1
Struck out: By Caldwell. "; by Mullla.
4. Time: MB. Umpires: O'LoughUa and
Boat Raltlea ta Eighth.
BOSTON. May U.-A batting rally la
tha eighth toning by Boston scored five
runs, undid tha previously fine work of
Bauntgartaar on th erubber and gave th
local the intra atraignt game. Mora;
ootcin. sr. tons.
AB U O A S lI N OJl t
nVeaer. rt.. I 1 I ageetna. ff.. 4 14 4 1
lasle. !... Ill lAaHla. Ik,..4 till
mi. r . 4 I I eaeniL is.. 4 1 l i
Uwla, it .4 111 SPrau. 1 1444
Oarar. as. 4 I I 1 lHceaS. a . .4 t 1 4 4
Pnawy. la. 4 1 a) 1 eLasene. rf . . I I I I I
arr. as. Slit llUlinea. mt I I 4 4
Taeaaa, e... 1 4 14 4Kflceell. .. 4 I 1 I 4
Cketaa, p... 114 Bafoar. pl I
1etak...xl a m tt I Tenus.... a IS M tt
Boston Jt 1 I -4
St. Louie 1 IIIIMIM
Two-baa bit: Lewie, Oard Tier, SweaAar.
Three bsss kit: Wagner. Sacrifice hlta:
StovaU, Hooper. tSolen kaass: Austla. La
ports OK Hantaan. Bases on ball: Off
Qoott. 4: off Baumgartner. 1. Struck
out: Br Cteotte. 4: bv Baumgartner. L
Wild pitrhea: Clcotta. r Tune: l.-w. Um
pires: Egan and Evans.
CUBS SHOTJDT PHILLIES
Pitcher Cheney Holdi Philadelphia
to Four Scattered Hits.
TWO TO NOTHING FINAL SCOBS
Chicago Baaekee Hlta Off Alexaadel
M.111er Gets Two-Bagger
Double for Dew a a, Tltua, Elm
aaerxsaa, Hofataa aad Ever.
HASTINOS. Neb., May 14.-6poclal Tel
egram. ) Rous was unable to check th
terrific batting of Hastings today In th
opening game, which waa witnessed by
an Immsnaa crowd. Home run by Brom
ley and Farrell war features. Boor:
R H E.
Hsstlngs ....1 ( I 1 1 t -14 IS i
Fremont 4 1 1 In 1 1- g 7 I
Batteries: Fremont, Rouse and N'ff;
Hastings. McCullough. Thrallklll and
YORK. Neb., May It (Special Tele
gram.! Tork opened the season by bounc
ing Grand Island, i to I Grand Island
took tha lead In th second when a walk,
a sacrifice, two singles and a double
netted two runs. York touched Clossmao
for three singles and a double In tha
fourth, which gave them their first score.
In tha fifth they connected for two
singles, a double which with a walk
netted them three mors. Tba made one
mora In th seventh when Jokerat threw
wild to catch Badura at third. Th
features of th gams ware a one-handed
catch of a line drive by Fallen and th
batting of Badura, who got three doubles
In four time at bat Score: R.H.E.
Orand Island U 4 4 1 4 4 4 4-1 1
York tSSlteiee-SU 1
Two-bar hits: Rondeau. MrKlbben,
Fullen, McLear, Badura (3). Home run:
Mi Leer. First on balls: Off Osborne. 7;
off Clossman. 4. Struck out: By Osborne,
6: by Clossman. a. Double playa: Cock-
man to Fullen. Fullen to Rondeau. Um
pire: MrDermott. Attendance. I. TOO.
SUPERIOR. Neb.. May 14,-(Special Tel
egram.) Kearney took th opening gems
today, getting th large end of a ( to t
score. Superior was usable to gathoml
Loti, th Omaha pttcaer. Irrtn pitched I
good game for Superior, striking out ten
men In eavea Inlngs. 1 Faturea of th
gain was th pitching of Lota and
K ruses three bagger. Score: RH.E.
Kearney I H'M I I I H I I
Superior I I I 1 I M I 1-J I I
Batterte: Kearney. Lots and Gray:
Superior, Irvtn. Qulnn and Spellman. Two-
bass bits: recniom. ivois, EK-nminoeai,
Synek. Umpire: Evan and Merrill. At
Scotia Plays to Tie '
With Grand Island
SCOTIA. Nob., May M.-8pelal.)-A
seven inning game here Sunday ended In
a tie. After Scotia apparently had th
gam won, having two outs, two strikes
on batter, with two men on bases,
through tws tntleld errors, MeAlaar bit
for a bom run ta tho last half of th
seventh. Only two of tba league players
were abl to connect with Cook' curves.
Miller of Scotia featured at bat. getting
thro hlta. Meyer Cockman sit aad to
give tho Scotia boy aa open data to
play off the tie. Scot by innlngi:
Orand Island 1 S S 4 I 4
MrDaalrl Traded for Dwrrosr.
BEATRICE. Nab.; May 1, -(Special. -
Turner Darrow of the BestrlcO foall
team, against whom Hiawatha. Kap bad
clllra, baa been traded to Beatrice roc
Left Fielder MeDanleL who left for that
m, v 4 M Luqrrui, . i w a I
I. lb.. I ID I Ol-ri.tlb. II.. I 1 I 11
a... 4 111 IPukert. ct.. I 1 1 1 I
ta ... t 1 I : orxalan. aa.. 4 4 1 1 I
CHICAGO, May H.-Plteher Cheney to
day held Philadelphia to four acatterea
hits, while his teammates bunched hlu
off Alexander, winning for Chicago th4
first game of the series, 2 to . Score:
AB H 0 A I AB.H 0 A C
Snerkarl. If. 110 cKeiba. tb... I I 1 I I
Millar, rt. . I 1 I a ITHiu. rf 4 111
ramie, rf.. lite Doner. Ib. I 4 1 I
lla'aiaa. Hill Lu4erua. lb. I P S 1 I
Arreer. C...J 4 14 OKllllIar. e... 1 III)
Cbtaey, p... 1 a a I OAlaiaoler. t J s s 1 I
Smios. s ... 4 4 4 1 1
ToUla I IT U lMle I I S S I
Rrmkar ... 1 4 4 4 1
' nrahara ...1144,
Pools I I
ToUls a 4 M M I
Batted for Alexander in seventh.
Batted for Doolan In ninth.
Batted for Kllllfer In ninth.
Batted for Beaton In ninth.
Chicago 1 0 1 S
Two-basa hits: Downs, Titus, Zimmer
man, Hofman. Evers. Three-baa hit!
Miller. Hit. Off Alexsnder. in six in
nings; off Seston, 1 in two innings. Sac
rifice hits: Klll.ler. Miller. Double plav
Downs to Archer to Zimmerman. Left
on bases: Chlcsgo. 7; Philadelphia, 14
Bases on balls: Off Alexander. 1: on
Beaton, t: off Cheney, 1 Hit by pitched
ball: By Cheney. Kllllfer. Struck out: By
Alexander. 7: by Cheney. 4. Time: l:St
Umpires: Rlgler snd Finneran.
Be I lee la Fine Korea.
ST, LOIIS. May ll.-Salle allowet
Brooklyn but two scattered hits, whtli
his team mates drove K net err off thl
mound In the third Inning, St. Loutt
BT. LOl'H BROOKLYN.
RaiSisa. I a I tlleraa. if... 4 114 1
Illla, if 1114 tDaaMtt. h. 4 1 I
llowray. ft. I I I I It Smita, Ik I 1 I 1
R'eelcar. lb I 111 1 IKoitera. ef.. I I 1 1 j
Ivaae, ot ... 1 I 1 s IWkeal. II 1 III
iierr. a.,1 I 1 I I Hummel, lb I 4 1 4 I
Oak is, ef.... I 111 (Toelay, es... I 1 I I
winge, a.... 4 111 arteipa. .... lias;
Ilea. p.... 4 4 I 4 IKnelnr. ... I Ml
Will.. It.... 1 1 1 4 4Moa, p.... 1 4 1 4
t airtaw .. I s s
Totals a inn ITIagllai, p.. I I I I I
ToUls 9 mill
Batted for Raa-on In eighth.
St Louis 4 I I M I 1 M
Brooklyn . 0e-t
Three-bar hit: Wlnco. Stolen oaaeel
Hugglns 3), Oakee, Moran, EIHa. Mo'
rey. Double plays: Hummel to Phelpe tt
k. Kmttn to rooiey. yinxuna io looiei
to Daubert. Bases on bslls: Off Knetsen
1: off Rag on. 1; off Sallee, 1. Struck outj
By Sallae. i: by Ragon, z. Hit: tiri
Knetaer, i In two and two-thirds lie
nlngs; off Ragon, 1 In four and one
third: off Tingling. 1 In one lnnlaa'
Time: ISO. Umpires: Johnstone ant:
Xapa Wla Fttrbere' Battle.
r w.,i,inrtM iA . in a. ntfcnerw
battle, 1 to 1 Gregg and Groom each al
lowed but four nils, a oouoie pier or
Cash ton aad Hoary featured tbo game.
OLENWOOD. la.. Mar M.-Sperta!.-Tha
aouihwestern Iowa field meet of the
high schools, which Was to bar take
placo at Tabor on Saturday. May U,
was amtpooed until Saturday. May It. on
acooaat of rain. A total of eevewty-elgfct
btrh school atAletea win oosnpet la the
..nk't is. a a u a ashaaka. If 4 I II t
Olaaa. la.... 4 111 SFceier. tb... 4 111
lackeaa. ef.. 11 SMIUa, rf.... 4 114 4
Blr-fk w. H. 4 4 4 ecaealea. rf .4 4 I I 4
UVgeue. (.1 111 I 4Sraaelr. la. 4 4 11 4 4
Rma. ft till ICMa'aaaa. Ill I Ml
Ball. till IHrBrile. aa. I e I 4 1
iwkiH. I S I aHeerr e....l 111 1 1
Uress. .... 14 loreeak p.. I I I
T.le ...n4t7U t TMik. .11 I " "
Washington o o -
Stolen bases: Bell. McBrtde. Henry.
Milan (2). Double play: Caehlon to Henry.
Left on base: Cleveland, i: Washington,
i First base oa belle: Off Gregg. 1: off
Groom L First base on errors: Cleve
land. 1; Washington. L Struck out: By
Greer, t; by Groom. 7. Passed ball:
Henry. 1. Ttmwi 1JS. Umpire: Dtneea
Birth aad Death a.
Btrthe-C. W. and Elisabeth Kruse.
a South Twelfth street, boy: A. snd
. n atklna. lll North Etrhteeftth
street, girl; F. and Bertha Cook. LIS
Taylor, boy; Anton and Emily Kuccra.
1121 South Twelfth etreet, grrl: -William
snd Anra Kuserll, 3an aiiamu ooy. -.an
and Ada Lund burg. Kioholaa hospital,
girl; George aad Florence Chrlstofferson,
tin Cnrhv eirl: Fnwl and Bertha Han arc
KM Stanford, girl: Edwin and Lena
Brooks, Ma South Fifteenth, twin girls:
Ralph H. and Fried Bectrmen. MK
weoetsr. fin. ,
Deatho-Petar Babes. X years. Oara
mi limnlrel lamae O. BalW. St ysara.
St. Joseph's hoaptial; C. H- Heenen.
years, -III Mowaro: learman unwi
year. S3 South Twenty-first street: S.
P. Kidd. IS yeara. North Elgbteerrth
street: Mrs. Mary White. 54 yeara. Tenth
and Castellan George Reulaff. 14 years.
m South Teeniy.Mnth: Ear W. Hawk.
el years, a South Central boulevard.
peine In tha chest require quick treat
meat. Toko Dr. King's New Dtocoeory
for ssf a aad but relief. Bm and XLS. For
sals by Bcatoa Drug Co.
Winning by Thref
FALLS CITT. Neb., May 14.-8peclal
Telegram.) Humboldt bunobed hits tee
day and won by a score of 4 to L Soon
R H H
Humboldt .. 1 1 -4 4 I
Falls City .. 144 0-11
aBtteriea: Humboldt. Jerret and Diets
Falls City, Taylor. Christenson se Shed
tak. t'mnlres: Wsrd snd Cygley.
BEATRICE. Neb., May 11-Aubdrl
turned tb tables on Beatrice, today snl
won by tha score of 4 to 1. The local
ware uaabl ta bit Sondermaa at oppor
tune Jlmee. Th features were two three)
bagger for Auburn in tha first toning
Th weather waa cold and a small crow I
was In attendance. Ehe score: R.H.S
Auburn 11401 MB I
Beatrice .... 0 1 I M I I
Bauer!: Auburn. Sondermsn aol
Muaeer: Beatrice, Belts and Darrow.
NEBRASKA CITT. Neb.. May K-p,
eial Telegram.) Nebraska City deteatel
Hiawatha In the second game hero to
day before lot people by a score of 14 to I
The gam was featureless save for Una
pi re Meyera placing Harmony on tl
bench for talking back. Score: R-H. S
Hiawatha ... 1 - 1 S 1
Neb. Cily... 314:411 14 It I
Batteries: Hiawatha. Brown. Montgons
ry and Harmony; Nebraska City. Co
cores and Gold wait. Umpire: Meyera.
Ellewwrth Cellege Wlaa.
IOWA FALLS. la.. May 14.-4 8peciaL).
Elbrworth college of thta city and Beunl
Vista collog of Storm Lake, old rlvall
on tb base ball diamond and on th too)
ball gridiron, met here yesterday for thel
first game on the Ellsworth college pel I
diamond. Swanson was In tha box fo!
Ellsworth and as usual gave a splendU
account of himself. Score:
Mia worth M I I 1 I I 1 -l
Beuna Viet a .... 11:-'
Thta year the proper suit for out of !
doors la tho Norfolk Jacket or En;-"
llsh hunting coat- One of the moot 1
popular elylea ever brought acmes I
th water and accepted by th leader
sea v4n a dBeri Lraat gem Ibl. e a
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