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PART SIX ,
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VOLl XII NO. 48.
OMAHA, SUNDAY- MORNING, MAY 19, 1912.
SINGLE COPY FIVE CENTS.
Grizzlies Shade Rourkes; Tigers' Subs Lose; Omaha High Champions of State
; : Leaders of the Western : League Now Playipg in Omaha
1 UlUliili 1XU111
Hard Fount Gams Goes to Dearer
Grinliei by Score of Fire
to Four. ...
OMAHA USES THREE PITCHERS
Robinson, Fentrtsi and Eicki Earl
LAEGE CROWD WITNESSES GAME
More Than 4,000 Fani "Watch Sen-
we WolV Unm-m Pn'a TlnTT.
GOKDDfG BENCHED BY UMPIEE
Old War Hone Gets Tm Kathaal.
aalls la Math laataa, Over
stees Boanda and la
Omaha, tost the second cam ot the
series with th Denver Grtixlles yes
terday by failure to hit ' the bail at
critical time. Omaha had thraa chance
to tie the Denver (core In the ' sixth
and seventh Innings, but could not con
nect with hit effectively. The Rourkes
played a beautiful uphill game all ot
the way through, but could not over
come tha big lead the Denverltes took
arom the start Score, I to 4,
The Rourkes gar a good demonstration
i ran do, although apparently beaten
irom the start. When the Omaha team
went to bat la the sixth Inning, the
Grisslles were fir runs to the good.
Three hits and two walks pushed the
Omaha end of the score up to three.
In tha seventh they cam back with
another score on a walk, a single and
an error. Her tthey Mopped, however.
Xlniella replaced Barney Schrleber on
the mound and dealt out aom mysterious
Rmcii OTunu u iwwiiii Hfwu nut
fathom. . j
The game was full of life ard wa wit
nessed by more then 4,000 tans, who took
advantage ot the good weather and beat
It to th park, where they pulled for the
bom team, but to no avail.
Jlax Geta the Hoarkes.
Before th tilth Inning It seemed that
th Omshogs war surely Jlnxed, tor, try
gut they might, they could not get a
winner over th plat. In th third
Wanner opened with a double, but wa
forced out at third. In th fourth with
two men on bases, Bertie Nlebotf struck
on and retloed the aid. In th fifth
Omaha got two men on bases and Coy I
singled .tq right. .Wanner ran from
second and was caught at th. plat,
spoiling' the' only1 chance f score , in
that Inning. ' .' '. ':--:' J
Roblnsoa started the gam . for ' th
Rourkes and lasted until . th sixth In
ning. In that fatal tram - th first
three men up connected safely and Rob
inson was hooked. Frentes going to th
mound. la their half ot th sixth tha
Rourkes got th base full and sent
bchoonover te bat la place of Prentess,
forcing that youngstsr from the gam.
Hick was th next man on the tiring
line and he did good work.
With two men down In th second the
Orlxxlles made their first run. Coffey
beat out a bunt.' ItoMnsoa threw to first
to catch him oft th bas and Kane
heaved th ball wild to second when Cof
fey made a dash tor that bag. Coffey
landed safely on third Schrleber brought
htm horn with a slag to right
in th fifth Lloyd, th first man up.
got to first safely on Kane's error. He
stole second. Qulllin flew out to Coy Is.
Beall singled to center, scoring Lloyd.
Csssldy flew out to Coyle and Basil
cored from first on a kmc hit to center
by Kenworthy. .
Featresa steps Slsaerhter.
Coffey opened up th sixth with" a
Ingl to center, gpahr tripled to left
coring Coffey. Schrleber singled to cen
ter, sendiag Spahr acne th platter.
Fentress her was sent to th mound
and stopped the fireworks. " .
Johnson opened th sixth for Omaha
with a double to center, Scanlon singled,
ending Johnson to third. Nlehoff struck
out Wanner walked, filling th bases.
rJohrieber passed Fentress, forcing John
Son across with the first run. Davidson
Singled to center, scoring Stanton and I
Kan draw a walk In the seventh. John
son sent him to second with a hit to
center. ' 8canlon out bunting on third
strike. Nlehoff beat out a bunt - Wanner
got to first on Coffey's error, while Kane
scored. Bchoonover sent on to Qulllin,
who threw Johnson out at th plate.
AB. K. ,
IV.' a it ner. as
n : i t
Totals 4 B n 14 I
AB. R. IL O. A. K.
Llovd. 2b .. 4 111
Qui.iin, Jb..l 4 - 1 1 1 1
. t 4 i 1 i
Caseldy. rf - 4 " 1 !
Kenworthy. lb a - 1
Channsll, It . -
Coffer, aa. ' I 14 a . 1
Spahr. e I I 1 1 ,
Fiimbes. I - 4
be,irwr. p i t I
Klatella. P t
Totals M i B 1
fee n Ion out. bunting on third strike,
batted for Fentreas In sereath inning.
Kuna lM IIMVi
Hits 1 M 1 I 1 1HI
Omaha - .
lilts 1 1 1 1 I I M U
1 wo-baM hits: J oil neon. Wanner, Ken
worthy. ChanjelL Three-base hit: Spahr
Double puty: SeaJiloa to Wanaer - to
Kane, hia: Off Robinson. in five ana
two-thirds Innings: off Kicks, 4 in three
Innings: on Schrteoer, u m six ana one
third Innings: off Klnselta, 1 in tw and
one-third innings. Bases on balls: Oft
Kobwaon. 1: ou Fentreas, :: off Hick.
1: off achrteber. 4. Jit rues out: BT Rob
Insen. I: by renins. -4 by Hlcv zr by
Schrieber. 4; by Kinseila, 4. Stoiea
baM: Kobinson. Lloyd. uiillo ill. ao
rlfice Mi Cofiey. Left oa bases: unuha,
t: . Dearer, Xunai . aJa, - liatBar:
SIOUX CITY SHADES LINCOLN
Barbour's Error in Ninth Allows
Winning- Score. .'
BATTLE BETWEEN THE PITCHEBS
Two Tesau Make Tatal at Klevea
Baaa Htta Tlaal Score ta Tm ''
. ' to One Thraa Doabl
t - . Oa Double Play,
LINCOLN; liar J. Barbou.1' error In.
th ninth Inning, allowing a Stoux City
player to score, gave today's gam to th
visitors by a score of 1 to I. It was a
battle between the pitchers. Score:
Cobb, rt ,
Carney, c ....
Totals..'. a 1 I H II
AB. R. H. O." A. E
Andreas. 2b. -
0 1 1
Totals. a Z It I
Cadman out for Interference.'
Batted tor Gltfen In ninth inning.. ,
Lincoln 0lO ft 1
Sioux City a a t l ;
Two-base hits: Mullen. Meyers. Brean.
Double play: Mullen to Dwyer. Left on
bases; Lincoln, t: Bloux City, a Stolen
base. Miller. Breen.. French. . Sacrl'.lce
hits: 'Miller. Barbour. Carney. M-vra.
Htruck out: y Hagermsn. 10; by Btxjwn,
4: by Glffen, I. Basra on balls:' Off
Hagermsn, 2: off Brown, L Hit by pitched
ball: By Hagerman, 1. Wild pitch:
Hagerman. 2. lllta: Off brown. in
eight Innings; off Glffen. I In on inning.
Time: :. Umpire: Haskell. ,
ST. 'JOSEPH OUTPUTS TOPEKA
teeee playlaa Beklad Hlaa tluettlea
' Pftcfcer ' Pwamte.
TOPEKA. Kan,' May la Loos playing
behind him unsettled Fugata and hs wss
hit hard, while CheUett held th locals
scoreies until the eighth. Topeka staged
a batting rally In the ninth, making six
hits and five runs. Jtlckert hitting safely
twice In the Inning.' The batting ot Kelly
and Watson of the visitors featured. Kelly
got a triple and thre . singles In four
times at bat and Watson, thros singles
and a rtlple In. four times up. Score:
AB. R. H.
KIdc. it and cf..
"Lee, rt ...
oaroner, id -..
Duiin. ss. ...........
Emery, Jb. .........
Welsh. a.-.. ......
Rose, p .
Totals 44 M 3 tt
, , .,. JOSEPH.
AB. R. H. O A- T.
Keny. ft 4 " 4 4 4 a 1
Powell, k a a . i . .
Wstsoo. rf.. . t 1 4 1
ZwilUng, cf I 1 1 a 1
Borton. lb... 4 1 1 1
Relllr. b 14 1 1
Metnke, J ! 4 1
Goaaett c S 1 14 1
Chellette, p... . 1
Total.:.......'...4t U M IS
Batted for Roe In ninth.
Topeka ..... la-4
StJeaepk..... H 1 ! i I I 1-14
Three-baa hits: Kelly, Rellly. Watson.
Two-base blur , Lee. Do I tit, GeeaeU.
Metnke. Saerlflce hit: Meinke. Sacrifice
Dies: . Z willing. Goasett Watson. Stolen
bases: Kelly fi). wtreli. Hits: ofl
rugate a in eight inntiws: off Res. 1
In owe faming- Bases on balls: Off Pugate.
eft Rose. 1; off Chellette. t Struck mt:
(Continued aa 6conj Psge.
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DENVER'S OROWUNQ GRIZZLIES,
HASTINGS BUMPS ISLANDERS
Wim Second Saceesive'Shntout by
the Score of 28 to 0.
M'CULLOTJGH 15 STELLAS F0BM
faperlor, Still an Wreii Foot, Ka
dares Aaother Keatlac, Thle
Tim by Dlseavorers, Fear
Twaj '''- '
, HAKTIKOS, Nea., May ' tt.-aaolal
Telciram.) Hastings won th . second
ucossslv shutout defeating Grand Is
land. I to a The visitors' defense was
poor, two runs , scoring In ons - Inning
on passe and errors without a hit and
In anothsr Hchaefer rounded th baa
oa a scratch ground slngls to center
field, scoring Co. .' '
McCullough wss In fin form and had
aptendld support Sunday's cam with
Grand Island has been ' transferred to
Grand Island. Score:
Grsnd Island MMMMMII
Hastings ItOlttM I 1
Battery: Hastings. McCullough ' and
Coe; Grand Island. Clauaen, Jokarst and
SEWABD MEETS FIRST DEFEAT
Kearaey Battery Proves Invincible
. M-Maaaea la Vaateatdy.
8BWARD, Neb., May laWSpeclal Tel
egram.) Bewsrd' met 11 first defeat of
th season today st th hand of Kear.
ney. Hansen for Seward was unsteady
walking six men and hitting two.
Th visitors were able to hammer him
when hlte meant ' scores. - The rimnnw
catch ot Leonard m th left field on the
foul line raised th grandstand. A goodly
number of Pitcher Trimble' bom people
from 'Mllford attenced ' the game
Bechtold, one ot Kearney's player tried
to spike Second Baseman Neff after be
ing safe at second and was ordered of!
th diamond by th umpire for foul play
ing. Score -' - i R.H,
Kearney .1 1 4 4 I I e-IW
Seward .i 1 , a
Batteries: Hansen and , CampfieM;
Wright, Trimble and Oray. 8trurk out:
By Hansen, 1: by Wright 1 In four In
nings; by Trimble, 1 In five Innings.
Bases on balls: Oft Hansen, 4: olf
Wright, 1: eft Trimble, L , Hit by pitched
ball. Hansen ' Wright. Double play:
grhmanske to hchurren to Harriett Two
be e hits: Gray, Schmanke, Pastes,
Melsner. ) . , 4
SUPEBI02 LOSES 15 THE ViBTU
Colasshaa Baaehea Hita O previa eel r
SUPERIOR. Neb.. May U.-6peclsl
Telegram.) Superior lost the game today
to Columbus n th ninth Inn low. when
the visitors bunched hits and mad four
cores, which was plraty. Superior
played an excellent gam and had th
visitors shut sut until the ninth. Soar:
Columbus ...4 ai s i
Superior ......I MIHIHII
Rettery: Columbus. Bush, Justice and
Denelnger: Superior, Irvtn and Prueha.
t'mplre: Merritt Thre-baae hit: Stewart
Strike outs: By Justice. 1; by Irvtn, I.
No gam Hunday;. postponed.
T0JK. WTSS LOOSE C05TEST
Rwaa tp Rlaeteea 8apea an Kvst
wall (ban slews ml Stats.
TORK, Neb, May lA-tHpertal Tele
gram.) Tork and Freenont ptayed a loose
game today. Score: R H K.
York 1 1 t 1 -i u i
Fremont .... 1I1-U1
Batterle: Osborne and Kelley: Bolen,
Klngdeaj and Rouse. Keff and 1311s.
Dick Spser. formerly ot Wichita, and
one with th Detroit America league
team, ha been mad manager of th
Muskogee team ot the Oklahoma Stat
AUBURN. Neb.. May 14-Fpedal Tele
gram.) rails City could not make H
thre straights. Auburn winning, 4 ta 1
Zondarmaa'a pttchtng la tha pin he and
MtniweN's hittinc teatsred. Score: R.H.E.
Auburn I I I I I I -IH I
Falls CKy... MHUMHII
. Batteries: Auburn, Zanderman and
Vwsyi Fall City. Chrtstensea and
V1Eflff : iut.t and Je, ,.-.,
WHO ARB BIDDING FOR A SECOND '
OMAHA HIGH WINS BIG MEET
Local Athletet Take First Honora
at Lincoln. 1
BECT0B A5D MILLARD STABS
Oa Headred High gckool Athlete
at Stat Campata Rector Vaalt
i.,... EIvn,.Fwt ad Five . j
' -: ' lhMwM.' 'V' ''
LINCOLN, May ia -(Special Telegram.)
-Omaha High school athletes ssUbushsd
their supremacy. In Nebraska today by
winning declsivsly th big let day meet
held under th aueplce at th university
authorities upon ths university field In
which seventeen high schools, represented
by over 10 athletes, participating.
Omaha scored tf points while th near
est competitor, th . Kearney military
academy scored by IL Th Lincoln High
school was third with 1 points. Omaha
now hold th championship In both
basket ball and track.
The result ot th point were well
divided among tha school Ss follows.
Auburn. 11; Tacumaeh, I; Hastings, I,
Tork, T; Nebraska Military, academy, T;
Palls CHy, 4;, Pawnea City, 4;. North
Piatt. J; Beaver Crossing, ; Beatrice, 1,
and Clsy Center, H :
. Th Omaha athlete autclassad .their
rivals In both track and field and th
outcom at ths meet wa never in doubt
after th tint few events. Millard and
Rector at Omaha war th big point
winner far - their school, . th latter,
however, virtually won th relay-rac
tor Omaha by dint of a brilliant bit of
running, although h was allowed no
Individual credit for It.
It was a record day. In th FO-yari
dssh, Millsrd, th speedy purple and
whit sprint man, crossed tha tap In
H equaling th Interscholartstlc record.
TIGER OARSMEN MAY NOT.'"
ENTER AT POUGHKEEPSIE
NEW TORK. May. lt-Th fact that
Princeton unlverhuty ha agreed to row
twa mils raeee with Pennsylvania and
Columbia an. Lake earned and Cornell
and Harvard an tha Charts river basin
shauld not be taken as aa Indication that
ths Tigers are preparing to enter craw
In th four mil race either at Pougb
keepsie or New London. Prof. J. Duncan
Spaeth, director ot rowing at Princeton
and coach of th Princeton orsws, la the
authority for this statement. In which
ha autluM Princeton' rawing creed: "So
far our policy la uterool lactate boat
race is concerned," says Dr. Spaeth.
"w have put ourselves aa record as not
la competition for four-mile events."
"Bom of th reason for this," hs eon
untied, "grow out of our awn situation
In Princeton and aom have a mora gen
eral application. I do not myself believe.
that a four-mil rare tnyorre a ee
train aeon th man properly trained for
sack, a race than a two-mil race. I ii
convinced that for tha majority ot men
proper training for a four-mil rac In
volve a development af tha heart and
tunes which will be a peel tire handicap
later on unless they lead unusually active
Uvea. Th tact that very few colleges
hava four-mile courses oa their horn
water make R necessary tar them to
Vend considerable time away from boms
such place as Poosli see pate or New
London: this Involves tha maintenance of
aa extensive And exnnatv establishment
which becomes a heavy drain on the
athletic treasury and encourages tha ar
nneetnent of "profitable" foot bail sche
dules ta help defray tha expenses of th
aaevwft Defeats All-Nattaaa.
BANCROFT. Neb.. May U.-(8peclal.)-
Bancroft defeated th AO-Nations ball
club yesterday by a score of I to a Th
feature of tha ganss was tha pitching of
Falter, letting these down with two htta.
Batteries: Bancroft. Falley and AK
schuler; AO-Nations, slaans and Reeves.
CHAMPIONSHIP OP THS LEAGUE,
BLUES PIEOUT A YICTORY
Two Doublet and Single in Seventh
Give Two Bum.
FIVE TO THBXS FINAL SCOBS
St. Panl Does Ahead ta Fifth laalac,
When Fr ttagte ad Walk
rlag Fit Seeree lx
, ' fwa-faaa Hlte.
KANSAS tTT,- Mb.. May It-Two
double and a single In Ihs asvsnth In
ning her todsy lavs Kansas City tw
runs, defeating St Paul. Th visitor
want on ahead In th fifth when four
single and a walk gay them three
T. f AvI
AS H O A I
I I I outlier. H-lt 1
It . till IHotfmas, (. I I 1
lslan. ft.. 4
.414 Hr It.. 4
tare. IS 4 III I IWrCB'a. all
CWTiSos. as I I 4 I SAatrer. lb. . . 4
O'Coeaer. e. I
III toKlatn. hi
I 1 I IUn, IS....I
III SHISS'lt, rt.. I
III doe, t I
lrov. m I
Doner. a. I
riaee. ef.... I
Bieeles, ... 4
TMala.....M IU It It fKargar I
' TvUH 11 H II 1
Batted for Laroy In th ninth.
Kansas City .... I 1 II I M M
st Paul e i e e e s-i
Two-has tits: Coulson. Goodman.
Downey. Barbnau. Carr. Hoffman. Bases
on nans: -vii uuwy, , orr Hnoanea,
1. Htruck out: By Laroy, 4: by
Rhoadea. 1 Wild pitch: Laroy. Stolen
bases: Hoffman. Sacrifice hlte: Lewis.
Corridor), Downey. Double plays: Carr
to Baroeau. rirst on errors: Ht raw.
i: nanaaa city. i. t me: i:sa um
pires: Anderson and Cahill.
CHARLES' MISTAKE COSTLY
Millers Overcome Brewers by
t Six ta Nothlaa.
MILWAUKEB, Msy la-Chsrles rror
In ths third spoiled so easy doubl play
which Would hsvs retired ths Champions
runleas, and before th side wss retired
four runs were scored, ths visitors win
ning, to Score:
. MIKNIArOMI. - MlbWAVKgg.
AB H O A g , AS H O A I
crmer. sr.. S I I s LleeaM, ef., 4 I III
Aiuter, oe... e t iHoeetr, rr. ., I I s
Xllllfer. IS.. I 1 I I H WHs, la.. 4 I I
Willkna. Sk 4 iUom, w ... I I'l
Kosmaa, rt 4 I I I Cores, II. 111
Ones, e I 14 1 SJoMe. It ... I 114
De kantr, If 4 I I I K'lark. Ik.... I I I
CHII. Ik I 111 I IMarehell, ' e. 1 I I
CssMSees, a. 4 4 I I eotltna p.., lit
Tetale U 1 14 l.Breea
Tata la a I n II I
Batted for Cutting In th sixth.
Milwaukee I I I I I a
Hits: Off Cutting. In six Innings: off
Hlapnlcka. I In three innings, barrlflc
hits: Altlser. Owens. Msrshsll. stolen
bases: Wlillsms 2k Double plays:
Cutting to Clark: Iwls to Charles to
Jones. Left on bases: Mllwsuke. 4;
Minneapolis, a Bases on halls: Off Cut
ting. 1; off Slapnlcka. I; off Comstork, t
Struck out: By Comttork, 4; by Cutting,
t; by SkastiM-ks, a Tims: 1st Umpires:
Hayea and irwia.
Storz Triumphs to
Play'at Blair Today
For th second ttm this season ths
Stors Triumphs will blk out of town.
In their last out-of-town venture they
emerged victorious aad they hop to
duplicate today. Thla time they will
lunch at Blair. According to ths makeup
oc both teams tha omaba Boys ougnt
to gamer at least twenty counters while
th Blair children ere amassing a bunch
ot gooaa eggs. McKenxle, the famous
southpaw, will hand out th foolers for
th booaers and Wolfs will officiate an
th mound for th country lads.
Th M. E. Smith at Co. Ideal baas ball
team goes to Crescent la., today to bat
tle against tha Crescent City team. Th
Ideals are playing as good hall as an7
amateur team la th city at present aad
expect ta bring horn th bacon. Weber
will do th twirling for th Omaha hers.
The T. M. H. A. base bail team wiii
play th T. C Jordoas at Millar park at
I N p. m. .
Wanted A rood fast pitcher for T. M.
H. A. team, IJ-yaar-old class. Call Doug-
REDS STOP JIANTS' RUSH
One Extra Score Breaks Winning
Streak of Hew York.
NEW GRANDSTAND DEDICATED
Claelaaatt Brlaas Total at Raaa ta
Fear la Eighth . laalac, aad
... Mold Visitors aearasa'
In Host Mall,- - - . ... .
LinkinnAii, easy is. aineinnau a'
tested New' fork, thus stopping th
visitors' long Una of victoria over wMt
am clubs. Incident to th gs'me, the
fflclal dsdiratlsn t Cinclnnst's nsw
gilHdstsnd and park took pises, scors:
CIHCTrfNATI. NIW TORK.
AS.H O.4 K. . AS H O A
Hara'ss, Ifcf 41 40a fare, rf. .. 1 1 I I I
aa, it.... I 1 I
Huraa, tt ... Ill
Mr Pea' IS, 114 I I
Hatllla-I, It I 1 14
atiicteii, rt. 4 I I
Kas, It.... I 1 I
rtelat II... I I I
fceiaees, at.. Ill
at.Uaaa. .. I t I
lark. a I I I
Benton, p.,. Ill
Ureal I I I
SDoyia, It.,.. I I
rair'a, at-rtl I
Murear, II ,. I I
Marine, lt . 4 I
Heraes. Ik... I I
irialalMr, aa. 4 I
(Atayara, a... I S
Craaaall ... I I
Tatah at II ii 11 t
lew m in ib a
Battsd for Devor In sixth.
MRan for McLean in seventh.
Nsw Tork 1 I I 1 I I ft-1
Cincinnati 4 0 I I M 1 M
Two-base hit: HnblltseL Stolen bsses:
Devor, Doyle, Eemond and Murray.
Double plays Fletcher to Doyle; fcamond
M' lan to Hoblltsel; Egan to HobisakU
Mathewson to Fletcher. aBse on balls:
Off Mathewson, I: off Benton, 4. Struck
out: By Msthswson, I; by Benton. 4.
Tims: 1:44. Umpires; Jahnstans and
CHICAGO BUNCHES ITS HITS
Brooklyn Lesra First af gerle by
Margin at Oaa Haa.
CHICAGO, May U.-Chlrsgo bunched
hits todsy and won th first gam at
th series from Brooklyn, I to i Score:
AS H 0 A X
1 llleean tr... a ease
IkaeUr. II. I
Miliar, ef... I
Sohalia, rf.. I
Iiai'aaaa, It 4
Haftaas, It. 4
Yiahar, aa... 4
vara, Ik.... I
A rvaar, e... I
Neeokasa, a I
truaNait. It. I I tt I I
Biattk. ... 4 11
Nan baa. ef. 4
Wheat. ... 4
Haeuaal. Ik. 4
Tnaler, M. .. 4
Xrels, .,.. I
I It 11 HctlarSt p... I
Teuh si nil
Batted tor Knetser In the sixth.
Brooklyn 411 t
Two-bass hlt: Archer, Cheney. Thre
base - hit: Millar. - Horn runs: Zim
merman. Allen. Hits: off Kent 4 In
two Inllngs; off Knetser, 1 In three In
nings; eft Allen. I In two and two-ihini
Innings; off Sehardt. - none m one-third
inning. aennce hit: Miller. Stolen
base: Zlmmarman. Left on bsses: Chi
cago, I; Brvoklyn. a itssrs on balls:
Off Kent t, off Kneuter. 1; off Allen, t.
off Cheney, 1. Struck out: By Kent, 1;
by Knetser, i: by Cheney, a Wild .uch:
Cheney. Time: z:a. Umpires: liren-
naa aad Owens.
STEELE OUTPITCHES EOORE
rhllltea Pile l Two Rsas ta Ftra
ST. LOfIS, May -Philadelphia hit
Steele hard and often, while Moors was
effective after the first Inning, and St
Louis lost Scor:
raUADELPfllA, . ST. LOtlS.
AB H 0 A at . U K O.l t
Kaeaa. Sk... 111 IHaestaa. tk a e l s e
Titae, n..... a i a .a ecuia, M 4 141
Maee, U... I II IMawrey. at I I I I
lares, Ik. I I I SK'satc. Ik 4 111 I
Paatert. at .. 1 1 I I SKTaae, rf ... 4 I
DMr. Ik.. 4 1 4 I SHeaaer. aa. 411
Doalas. aa... I I I I SOakaa. af.... I I I I
Deals, a I I I 1 ewtesa. a... I I I I I
Meant, p.... I 111 IHtaale p.... I 114
'U Masaa... 1 1 I I I
, Totala no I
Batted for Stasia in the ninth.
Philadelphia 1161 a-U
St Louts 4 1 t-s
Two-base hits: Kvana, L. Msgee, Dooln.
Doolsa. ?liiee-bae hits: Tftus. Luderus.
Stolen beaee: Winxo, raskert til. L,
Mage. Doubl plavs: Hausrr, Mowrey-
Bssea oa balls: Off Moore. I; off fteele.
1 struck out: By Steele, 1. by Moore,
a Tuna: 1.4S. Umpires; Klent and
Hughie Jeniiinga' Amatenn and
."SenliPo,,, Cant Compare
' -. witlfAthletica. '
HO REGULARS PLAT I OS . TEAM
Detroit Playen Practice 'and Ton
Suite Over to Aflatenri. .
ATHLETICS HATE EAST TIME
Bat Out Twenty-Fiye Hits' for
Twenty-Five Bus. ,
CROWD TAJKES CA3E AS JOSJ
Over "80,000 Pans Tara Oat aad
Mak Llaht at ths Cams -Dtearherltcs
' Mwiter Bsek.
PHtLADLUHIA, Pa,. Msy ll-Wlth-but
a r g .lar Detia:t ptkyer oa th
tram, a club reptas a Ing that city In
th Amarlcau league was defeated by
Plilladeli hU., llar.avr Jennings' plsyefd
went to the psrk, put on Iheir Uniforms
and practiced but Wvcause no word earns
from l rc, Went D, II. Jhiiajn. reihatstlng
Ty Cobb, ths players nave their uniform
to amktcuia . unl ",cml-pro" players
gathered up by Jinu:ns (nd left ths
fled. Nearly all the men put on th
fitlJ by Jnnlhs .were emaleiiroi hisjiy
being me.nbcrs f the SU JSI Dh college
tram. lillscK knd JleUulie, Ihd fofmef
major Icagu ratrhrta and Kdut lot D
trolti w pre eJ Into service behind
th bat and at fl at ba.t, Detroit'
pitcher T revere aoull do little, but float
tit ball up th plat, nl thi' home blay
ers bsnge-W d 'Irrcry"! trrer 'th
field nd rsn bases rexklcsily. Olllns
led w,th flva hits end lour itolll be lei.
Manaser lfk sirled with hll regular
tm elosi l tw ttbslItnlKi outfielders.
IU tiled the l-llchtta, Cosmbi, Brown
nd Pennock. Tho trowd ot laWI per
sona too in auair as a ions. At ins
nd f th thltd Inning there waa a
rush ky 1.0O) bleacbsrltes, whs demanded
tnetr money naca. wnsn tnis was re
fined, nearly aM returned to thslr seat).
There was n dlsordtr at th nd f
the rami: Hrrirat .
. riilhADSLi'Ht. batRniT.
as m a s a. ii.i i.l t
Masiari, If.. 4 i I I McOarr, lb.. 4111
Stnint, af... I 4 11 Iklakr. It... I I I I I
t Mllaa, It.. I I I 1 treta, be. I I I I I
baker, lb... I III STravars. ... I I I T I
Martby, II I II Mruartan II I I I
TsUls m 4 M M I
flatted for Traver In the ninth.
Detroit 0 I II I M I 4-t
Ihllodelphta ......I 10 14 4 1 14
Tvro-bsss hltsi Msggerti Strunk, Barry,
Pennock. Three-base hits: Htrunk, Baker,
Murphy, Irwin 111, Drown, Maggert. Ha
rifles hit: , Lapp. Sawllifcs tiy: Barry,
Pint baas on errorti Phllidelnhla. a
Htoleh basssi 0lllna ttl, Bsker, Murphy,
Mlma ill. UiWlamaa., Mlrufk mnt Hw
Coombs, t; by Brown. 4; by stennock, ft.
by Travrrs, L DoUbis plsy: Meaner ta
Smith. Bases an balls: oft Pennock, Ii
off Travers, ?; oft Coombs, i. Hit by
pitched bells: By Brown, Mesneyt by.
Pennock, McGsrVey. Hits:- Off Codntbe,
none in thre Innings:-srf Brawn, 1 lh
three Inninge: aft Pennock, 1 m three
Innings. Timet . 1:14. Umplree: Dleeh
SLUOFEST f GOES TO CLEVJLA5D
Maw Vork Laees la Teath laalaar by
Tea ta evll,
NBW tdrk, Msy lt-ltl a Btttlha
carnival CbjVelsnn defeated New tttrk
today In the tehlh Inning, in lh fourth
Inning Woltsr dlslorsted hi kite cap
trying to taks second an a paued ball
and had ta b arrled oft th field.
Beorai ..... -r
CUVBUNU. KgW TORK.
AS H O A AB H 0 A
stekar. it.. 4 I 1 S Ihaalela, K.,l I I I I
OkuM. It ...4 III saoriar, cf.. I I I I I
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1 St'sMarell, If. I
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Unsw. It... I M
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hall, IS lit
kltctall, f t
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Welverus . I
Touia 4t anal
Baited for Sweeney In tlie tenth.
Batted for Vaughn In ths tenth.
Cleveland llllllil a-10
New York llllllil -7
Tarn-Base nits: ttanseii. t ree. csateriy.
Three-bsse hits: Dolan, Griggs. Horn
run: Butcher. Sscrtflos hlta: Martin.
Mitchell, Gardner. Stolen bsses: Dsnlele,
Jsckson Butcher, Hysn, Ball. Left an
bases: New Tork, i; Cleveland, a
Double pisy: Jackson and aasterly.
Bsses on bslls: Off Vaughn. 1; off
Mitchell, 1; off Orcgg, I. struck out:
By MltchelL 4: by Blending. 1: by Oregg.
1; by Qulnn. 4: by Vaughn, a Hit bv
pitched bail: By Mitchell. Hartsell. Wild
Pitch: Mitchell. Hlte: off Mitchell. It.
In six and two-thirds innings; off Bland
Inc. 1 lu two and one-third Innings; off
:rrg4. none In one Inning: off Qulnn, II
m seven snd two-introa innigs; orr
Vsnghn. I In two and one-third Innings.
Umpires: Evans and fgan. Tims: 1 30.
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
TO HAVE GOLF TOURNEY
Golf srtn be one of th Important sport
features of th Omaha High school this
week, and students expect to arrange
a tournament to ha played aft during
th next three weeks at Happy Hollow
and at tha Field and Country dob.
Harold Johnson, winner ef th BVtv
spring tourney, haa quit school and win
not be eligible to take part In this year's
competition. . Ralph and Clarence Peters
km .-.M a mm liklv Mantjanria.ee fae
ehamplooship laurels. s both have played
consistent gam at tna i"otmtry erua
for th hut three seasons and an In
excellent form to aprtng several surprises
on th green.
Other lads at tha school who are ex
pected to show up strong are: Fay Por
ter, Jamee Durkec Oryal Warren, Wal
lace Sbeppsrd aad Phil Downs.
. Alawea Ara Heroes.
Th Gotham papers are so carried away
ear tha showing of the Giants that they
now refer to then aa "Tha McGraw Emr
plr Stat Limited.'
Urlanai. Ik. I I I tLlaba'aar, si I I I I
Barry, M ... 4 I I I tmdea, It, i ill I I
Un. a.. .,.) Ill i iM.uwre. 4.1 I J i I
Fhmm, ... I i 1 Itnltt. St.... I liil
timra, .. i III SMaaasy, a, I 1 I j
fasastk, f , I I i 4 ,IWarl. rt ... I fill
. ' . laanlus 1 till
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