Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, May 20, 1912, Page 10, Image 10

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ROUKKES DEFEAT DEKYER
H&nuner Two Pitchers A.11 OreiPirk
s far Fifteen Hita. ,'
j HICXS AIX0W8BCT SIX 'HITS
Ouk' l.ltfl seenkeaisr Has
' . y.verythlag Vey, bat
" , : la Lalte Pari ef6aaae
..v; : a . aw, $--
Omaha, 14: Denvsr. I
., ft Raufk' tlta Are,natr ' as
awful drubbing M tk chacapion ytc.
day afternoon I the third cam ef in
hMm and gal'ifped off vita th Ian wit
'of a 14 t t sedr. T Davr tunarf
mn fkiMid far t utal of flftara hUa
iwaHa llttl Harry Hick let to Bean
i arm wltk Mt uf mn.
Klk ha thi Ml n "T an
Dot m avail a imbKnra of a hi oMU
' rh fifth laalnr. wha ha ailawal tk
i flrat aafa klncla . Omaha waa ttiaa all
runa to tha oo). ana arhaai thT cam
kTOM with aKM avra la tka aaat thraa
Inateta tha youna Muthnaw lat a aa
ka baoden tna the Batra tat ft aim
frta for a total af thra talbaa. ,
Uonar4. tha ounft. liarr'a eaUatt
altrhar wha waa aurckaaai fraaa tha
Saiton fua aoi br Jack M aadrkki,
mriad tha lama. Ht laata four liuilan
and la that tlma was feammaras from oaa
kad of tha aark ta tha athar for a t4al
nf aavta fcita and aU' rana. Harrla waa
iha Bxt vlotln aixl tha Ttavrkaa aaacaaa
thair hlta la tha flfih and aavantb .ana
nada aKht Mora ruaa. Tha gama waa
thaa aa tea far Omaha and Hanarlckrl
daeioad Dot ta waata aaothar attaaar.
Paaa Vara Oat Ka Maaaa,
, ,.Tha laraatrenrwd af tha aiaaon turnad
out ta wtinaaa tha noma taaat arla Ant
tha turnatlla at tha (ta raflatarat ,.
Tha high wind which ttartaw Mewlnt
- rlj' In tha aftarnoaa had no tarrora for
lt taral enea, ana anca tnalda tha aark
th wind waa hot had. '
' Thamaaoa, Kaa and Nlaaoff '414 tn
twavr work with tha atick. aah ataa
aaing ta clout aul thraa hlta. Kani
cam aeraaa with a thraa-bacaar la tha
lrd Innlnt with two man as, baaaa
far tha' Ikara Chan ml waa -tha only
alarar ta mora than ana hit. Chan
mH rot a aln(la tha aaoond tlma ta bat
and tha aaat tlma aoHad tha ball avar
tha rKluflald boarda for tha anttr tlr
iit. .. '.. .-. ...
Nlakoff atari tha ball rolHac la th
frtrd br fottlac ta flrat an CoffaT'a
1 arror, Wannar aarntlnd. ' Hleka draw
pa.a.. A aoubl ataal waa wwkad auo- j
oaaafutljr. Datfdaea aopprd u to Uovd.
foi la alna-lad to rtght, aearlnc NMwff
tad-Hlraa, Thomaaea alnaiad to can
tv Kan trlalad. . aeonaa; Car la aad
Thomaaoa aad aeorad whan Cottar mlMd
th Jhrow la froia Caaaldy.
With ana down In tha fourth Mahoft
doublad aad aeorad oa Wanaar a aln1
ta right. . - . j
Nil! Mala Mar Rama, ''
Cssl eaanad tha fifth with a walk.
Thomaaoa baat am a bant. Kan atngltd
t Utx, acorlng Coyla, Thomaaoa going to
third. Jobnhea arauadad out. Qui I II a ta
, Kanwnrthr. Scan Ion doublad. acorlng
Thotaaaaa aad Kan. Xtabaff aacit aaa.
km avar tha plat with a atneta t Hint.
-ChaaiMil and tha flrat ran far Dawvar
with t km ma avar tha right flwd
fnea tn tha.aaraath Inning. , J
- Thaaaaaoa got ta cead ta tl aavaath
a Harrla' error. Kana baat out a boat.
JoMiaon- advanced tha mm a baaa with
an Infield hit. Scanton forcad Taoamaoa
eat at Hia plat. . Kana and Johnaon
aeorad oe Krtnnffa alngl to tort.
war forced NMwff at ,caM. Hicks
walked, filling th baaaa. tievtdaoa lent
I 1
; ' ' . - . 1 I ' : .
wuw mam " uow wuu a inf;i lO
lft.
la tha eighth CaaaMr got ta flrat whan
k forced Uoyd out at second. Baalt baat
ut a bunt. Ovinia doubted ta left, ecor
ll Caaaidr aad Baall. Scare; -
- . OMAHA. - . 1
1 ' A.B.R. H. O. A. K.
iHrtdaon If t ; S 1
Coyi. rf 1 I i a
Thomaaon, cf 11 t 1 a
Kan, lb ........... I t
jnaitaon. c 1,1
"nmt. r i. 1 1
Scanioo, ' ! 1 t I I
Hubott, lb 2 t 4
tvanaer. aa-....... t 1 t I 1
l.kk,. p .. ..... t I t
Total M 5 5 U 1
'- ' ' den vi r. .
V' ' - .. . O. A.' E.
lleyd, .....4, - 4 4
Caaaidjr. rf '.,..... 4 ,. X 1 e
bii. f a t l ii'
4uliila. b . -' ' 1 i f t
Knworthr. Ib ..... 4 a It
I einoHl, If 4 1 S
Coffer, a ....:- J J
mbr. .....i... i I t ' 4 )
iu4, p .. l a t '
Hrr!. p 1 3 1
Ptttcer l. -a a
Tatala JbT ;t ".'' 5
Batted for Ltonard tk fifth tnalng.
Omaha -. .
Ruaa I t t t 4 -M
Hits J....4 ! -
nv-iiw , . . ,
Run t MUM
. Kiui IMHIIM
t Twe-beaa tun: Klaheff. Seaaleo.1 Dof.
ttt. tau. QuiiHa. Thrt.aa ntt: Kan,
lloow rua; t:hnojl. turubl py:
Btr te Kan Hit: Off Leonard.
I fa tur Inatiura; off Harrta, t la (our
Ixainca Basse oa Sell; Otf Mirks. 2.
s'f tora. 1; off Harrla. I finxt
: ' Hlcka, 4; b- Lnr, ; ay
'"' i- mairn aawa: Ni.hrff. HIcHa.
t-arrilkr bit: Waaaer. lft a baa:
. : lXMir. a. Tim; tat. Vntxr:
ivn:-?. Atrandaac; t.M.
M mt lb Came. A '
rtuma.lt heatar Bailed aer th bearda
tkfi) aad asaaav .. . .. - .
in aaaaa teaaj agaia tuday at 3 H. ,
Twee- I ladlaa day. ' ' '.
Pfffr wat hito hat far taeaard In
U fuih aad wkiKd tare una
jn,f jar uasaaa BMa.arera artt aa
Good of a Strikebreaker if There
be, all tha -rest managed ta
Plata. v
Omaha batter are aomwhat different
from those la St. Mary a oollaga.
Leonard now has a pretty good idea
af tha kind of batter turned out In the
Western leafu. .
Mshoff end Hlrks pulled otf a pretty
doubt waal, N'lchoft mad a perfect
"book" elide for third.. .
-rjnvr did not try to ial oa "Hick
ary" ytrday, being aaUsflad te bug
the bag wbn thty did got oa. .
That waa also soma drive Jam Kaa
aiad. in th third and thr was also
aoma fast baaa running ahead of him.
TWtJITV HIT rOft LINCOLJI
Ileal Take Leadasj Had ef rifteea
- 4 Three ieere.
. LINCOLN. Nab.. May It. -Lincoln got
twenty hlta: many for aatra bass off
Orllfln and Moear today, and they ywilded
a total of fifteen runs. Moaer waa. alao
fi with base oa balls Palmar, who
had his first try for btneola. waa a pvaai
to moat at tha Mow. Scora:
LWCOLK. '
' V. ikt E A. i I
Millar, ef. 4 1 I t
Col, to. , I I 1 It
Baroour, so, s -I a j a
HcCormlek. If. ' I
r t
Uvillen. aa. I I t t 1
tiwyar, Ik. lit 14 t
Cobb, rf. w I t I 4
f trettoa. a. 4 1 tut t
Palmer, a. 4 1 1 t
Total II . H t
IOUX CITT.
i R. H. O A a.
Panwlt, cf 4 ,
Andreas, tb. ,. 4 t I 4 I t
V.y.r. If. .,. 1111
Tmnant. lb. t 1 . i t It
Brevn. rf. 4 1 t t .
ftllly ....-.... 4 1 . 1
rraneh, s. 4 t t t . 4 1
C art man. c I t t ' T f t
Orsndorff ,. I d
Ortffln. p. 4 t -t t
Wr, p. ........... 4 I f i t
' Total I 1-5 i
Bttd for Cadmea la tha alnth.
Lincoln t I 1 1 d I 1 t -U
tlaux City ......... IllUllt-l
'obi rim: Millar Thraa-has hit:
Col. Mccormick . Two-base kltai
Cobb4tf. Itarbnur, Ur. French. Doubl
slays: Mrattoa te lwyar; Andrea to
rnnelbte Tnaan; Fraaoh la Andrae lo
Tennant. Left on bases: Lincoln, a;
Mloux City, 4 . Xtolsn bas: Mullen.
riwvM, ' fteiHy. aaartflo bits: afllKv,
Palmar, dtraok out: By Palmer. II: by
Grlffm. I. by Moar, I Baaea on balls
Off Palmar. 1; otf Meear, 1 Time: l.si
Vmplra: MakIL
V
TOPKK A AI.LtRI II " jriBTM
lee-taw ttame Last 'by It. imrn by
Mta te Elgbt.
WTWRRN. taft..
TOPKK A. May M.-Tha locale battd
tut victory In the ninth Inning. Prantl
titrntng nt nrst gam ror xopcae. was
hatted hard, but th Kw got t Free
man In th euthth for five mna while
Crutrr.er waa wild and Johnson allowed
two l-mg hits la th ninth. whtcbd-
eidsd tn a. Beers: .
, . TOPCKA.
' " A.B. R. BR PO. A..
ttlrkart. If ., t. 1 I
King, cf I I d
Le. rf I I I t
Osrdn.r. lb I 1 14 1
fulin. aa 4 I I 1.1 1
tmnry, b .: I t 1 t I t
Walsh, fb 4 1 t
Chapman, a llttl
r rants,, p 4.11,1 ,
Tetl .... ........ l iT S U 1
' ! ST. JOBEPH.
A.B. R. BH. P.O. A.F..
Kelly. 3b ,. 4 1 I I
Powell, If I 1 t -
Wstaon. rf I I t t
Zwlllmg. ef I t I t 1
liorton, , lb I I I 11
Helll). Ib 1,1 111
Meinke, aa t 111
osstt.' a I t 111
Freeman, p I I t 1 , t
Cmtchr. p I 1
Johnaon. p I t I I I t
Bachant 1 I t t
ToUla "i li 91 U t
Two out when Inning was scored, i
Batted for Freemaa In seventh.
Tnpeka llll--
It. iosrph I lllllltM
Horn run: Chspmaa. Thteelbsss hit.
Dunn. Two-bsea hlta: Rlckert. Osrdner.
Kelly. 1 Borton.. Stolen bases: Rlt-krrt.
Gardner n. Hits: Off Fremn, I In
all innings; off Cratcher, 1 In one-third
Mining; otf Johnson, t la two ind two
thirds Inning. Bass oa ball: Oft
Plant, t: elf Freeman. 1; off t'rutcher,
k struck wit: By Frame. I: by Freeman.
I; by Johnson. a L'anptr; Ktan. A
IHIIGLA ITIIkll OIT tWUVI
Bee ' Malaea ' Bastlp Beat Wichita
, by Oevew e Te. ;
Dr MOINKA, la. May ll.-rauglas
truck out lwiv men, allowing the v le
tters sva arattird hits, and I we Moines
easily defeated Wichita today, f to I
Thrr slngiea. followed by s bom run
pv Thorns la the seventh Betted the io
cs! four rune. Score:
. . , , jh MoiNr,a
i A.a R. H.tt A. E
Hhn. rf 4 I, ll t
turtle, ef i 4 e .
Coiligen. tb ....... 4 t I - 4 I
Clair, lb 1 tlllt
Thomas, lb t 11 It
Korea, e t 1
Beidcn. If 4 '
Meuraw. a , 1 I II 4 t
lwuglaa. p I I I 14 t
i .Totala II fail W It, 1
; , - WICHITA1 i
- . V A.B. B. H. O. A.' B.
Crig. U I t It
k!li)1or, cf ....... I I t 1
Petttgrew. rf ...... 4 I t til
Koemer, Ib It t ' It I I
liugli. lb I 1 : 1-4 I
C Unn. aa I 1 1111
U. lib 4 1 111
tVarob, C .. ttt III
Jacket, p .......... I t t 1 I t
Bavl l t 1
1 -Total I ? M M l
Matted for Jaeksoa la the ninth. -Dee
ateinaa 1 -t
lch.t t IIIMIIH
Two-base hit. Hahn. Celllgan. Three
base hit. Clair. Horn rua: Thomas.
tcriflo bits: McOrsw if). Jerksea.
Thomas. CsKshsn. Hsha, Dougiaa. ftasee
balla: Off Douglas. -. off Jachena. 1.
Struck out: By Ooualas. U, bi- Jscrs ,
i Passed bell: Metiraw. SlOlce iau..
(T'a re Left oa twees Dee Moinee,
- ibtta. A Umpire: J sautes.- Tim:
A' '
I'ersi stent AarerUeiuf as (6 Road ta
Big; Ratunc, . ., . ,.,
THE BEEi OMAHA, MONDAY, MAT 20,
natflaflTri dTTTrt WAV4r.TH Tfl TI1ITVT
" IB BIDIASAPOLlS 2ACE. .
EDBIB. RICKKNBACHER.
Eddla Rickanbachar, an Omaha boy,
III drive a nlnty-hora power Firestone.
Columbus machine In the atd-mll Inter
national wptaka at Indlanapelui aa
tiacoratioa day. H will leave Omaha In
a few day for Indianapolis Rlckn
bachw waa ntrd tn tha Mg raot last
year, bat owing t, lllnsaa was toreed
ta keep out af it. Hs haa lived In Omaha
for svral yars .and Is' manager of tha
Flreatone-Cohimbu branch In Omalta. Ha
I 7 rear af ai and haa bean driving
racing ear for th last four yeara In
the, fall of HOI, he waa In third place
In the Mg Crows Point' Mt-mlla, race
and Jost entering th last twnty-flvs
miles when an accident ta h car-ditched
the machine, putting him aut of tk race.
In ItW ha won th laj-mlle . vnt at
Celumbu. winning aver such men s
Barney outlaid and other fast drivers.
Chicago University
Plans for Big Meet
- CBTCAOO. May tt. (Ancit1-rmrl
far th eiavtnth jiunukl Intnwhol.vetle
t ta be held th Unlvtrtlty ef rhl-oago-
cloe May . Many athlete! from
tha High schools In tha mMdl weset
have already, aent la their entrte. thu
assuring the auccees of hia meet. '
Th I'ntvarslty ef Chkmge Intarschol
astle come at th end af the athletic
aaaasa and I th bis rest high school
meet la tha country. Present Indication
are that this year' entry Hat will as.
oaad th rerard-braaklng Hat of
hurt jrr. ' -.--,- V .
Plana for tha reception ef, visiting th
let are rapidly being formulated by the
Intenschnlsstic x commission. ' Various
spechi stunt are being arranged, tiiwag
them being a short sketch from th fam
eu piarkfriara. comic opera.
Harms with His Bat
Beats Grand Island
GRAND ISLAND. Neb.. May lA-iSae-ciai
-Telegram i Harrae waa easily the
kra of the Hastlnga-Urand Island game
transferred to, thl city. He got feur
e'ean htta out of four vttme an and la
the fifth lined aut a bom run with
baaea full. Score: R H. B.
H satins .1 M t 1 I ! 1 ft It S
Orand I tattatt-4 41
Better: Richmond. Mank and Jok
er for reran Island: Allen. Shaner,
Co and Fraiibury for- Hastinga Umpire:
Nugent. Attendance l.na.
errell at tea fewsa Laarel.
CARROLL. Neb.. Mar r(Snc.l l
la a gam of ball .played oa th Carroll
diamond yesterday bet wees Laurel and
t arson, cajcfl woa by a score of I te A
Wsbster. a new lbmaa for Carroll, held
th visit oca In hand for seven Innings,
ahea h weakened and waa rtueved by
Atkinson. Ratterle: CarroM. Webster,
Atklnsaa and Ttft; Laurel, WUHford and
wy
ASSOCIATION xl
' Malswltt Beata Tatewe. - '
. COLL'MBUg, a. May M-Halswttts
Won today's gam with? Toiad, batting
In five of the eight nine, teerbrr tnppled
aft West la the sixth after a stnsti by I
Perrtag aad double by Mlliei and Hats
win. , t ana ass seat u West relief
and nude a wild pitch, allowing Oer
ber te ai-ere the winning run. Hove: -
. 1 . AB M O S g. a BOA at.
IMRe.Vt . tit IS'lteia Jk IIS
Ill I I I ihMlt a . t I 4
ClnseH. it I 1 I -teews. a I 4 I I
riaa . I I i I sms. si ... 4 t a
Holer, tk ... I I ta I aMetoea. rf ., II I II
ReUeltt. B.IJ 1 I SIMrr. lb., llttl
rer. as... 4 I I I lr.fWk. t... 4 111
UmHK ,4 I I t W, ... ! It
kss. .... a et-.. .,... a s a a
"llsm, t t
Teule.....a 11 a II tTalesa ..... 1 a
- - twit n sun
a Betted for Cann in eeventb-
Coiumbu ....I Ml 1111 I
Toledo t I 1 -
Stolen bases: Keitoei Sacrifice bits:
Connlton, H. Hickman. Two-bas hits:
Con salt on. Miner. Smith. Bronki tat.
Tnree-baee bit: Oerber. luble play:
Oeraer to Miller to Peering. Lft cn
bases; Columbus. I: Toledo. S. Bases oa
ba.ls: Off Brack. I: off West. I; oft
Csan. I: aft CoUamere, A "track out:
By Brurk, 1: br West t Balk: Colia
mor.' Hits: Off West; I la ftve and
tee-third tnnlnae; off Caen, 1 la ene
thlrd binlag: erf Collamer. t la two
tnnmss. Wild pitc-h. Caan. Tiro: l a
Lmptrea: Bisrbaitar aad Ceaaaliy.
y w '
is Nv) Strike
REDS REGAIN FIRST PLACE
Crowd Giant from Letd by Scorisf
0 in Tents Inning.
TEBEE SrJGLES TU1I. TSICX
Asses Keeps Hlla Well Scattered
tstll Flaal laalaa Trld
Get Tbr-Bsaar Tws
Deables by Mart-ay,
CINCINNATI. Msy tl. -Cincinnati won
a ten-Inning gsm from New Tork 'today
and thereby crowded the -yumer out ef
flrat place rn the National leaiua race.
Ames kept the hits wen scattered antll
th final Inning whea three surlesdv
singles brought horn tb winning run.
Bear: "
1 BBW TOUK - ' C1IC1I.TI.
- i AB.H.OA C. S H 0 A.I
Peesf. if... 11 MsfHea. it.l I il I
nrie. I i t i unmi. h i i I I
liuanUB. SI I I 1 HeMllzel. Ik 4 I II I S
tuner, if... III! rmittaeil. rf J lias
Meraia, ik.. I t la a state n ,f i i t
Hsteet, Ik. . I I I I SPlxlae. lb . . I I I I I
P1eMr. as. I I I t IBaiMHi. as.. 4 114 1
Mren. a I I 4 I llilai, i .l II I
es. 4 I limn. ,..t Ilia
etai......T im t, Tsuis.....ss u mni
-On out when winning rua -was
eared.
New York '.........I I t t I I t 1
Cincinnati t t 1 IIIIim
Two-bas hits: Murray ). Three-baae.
hit: heverold. Stolen baaa: Phrlan. 8sc
rlflcs fly: Hohlluel. . Double rtay:'
Fletcher to Doyle Is Merkl. Lft on
bases: -Near Tork. I: Cincinnati. I First
base on balls: Off Ames, t: off Pugg. 1
Hit by pitcher: By buig. Hsrsog ill,
Myers, struck out: By Ames, I: by
Buggs, I. Wild pltrtie: Ame. . Tlma:
I 14. L'mpires: Johnston and Cason.
' CHICAGO. Msy 1.-Pitchsr ft iron was
too muen lor Chicago today and Brook
lyn won. to t The visitor bunched
their hits. Daubsrt fielding wa a
feature Scora:
CHK'HOO. t ' BROOKL.TM. I
SB H O A I AB M OA .
sktekael. M. 4 I I I eMans. nt. , .. I l 1
IIMIer. rf ... 41 StN.ksn, k.. I I 1) i I
as. lie. rf . I I a u. amita at I III
toa'nsa. Sk 4 I INmhs. St. 4 till
ItetiasB. Ik. I t 11 I la-Mat. If ... I 1 1 I f
Tteber, aa... I I I I SHmaaMl. A I I I 1 I
(ra, Ik.... till IToelsr. aa... I I 4 I I
Nesaiuie. a. I 1 I I sm.is. ... I I I I I
v weiia. . a a erase. ,... a i
UeanSsr. V I Z v
bales?. .. Tatala.,... mil I
"onea ....... I e I . e
' , ,
Tole......l1 4 It 11 I ",-t '
Batted fot Lavender In th eighth. - "
Brooklyn 1 1 f I e-l
Chicago 1 I 1 I I I -t
Two-baa hit: Hummel. NeedhAm. Rita:
Off C. i-mltb, J In on and on-twnty-third
Innings: eft Lavender, 4 In sit and
one-third inninss: off Maronay, none In
one Inning. ftsertftc , nit: - Tooley,
Phelps, Hummel, Btoien bases: i. Smith.
Moron. Daubert. Phelps. I .eft on basss:
Chicago. 1. Brooklyn. A First bass on
ball: Off C. Smith, 1: ff Rigon. 1: aft
Lavender. I: off Msronev. 1. Struck out:
By C. Bmltn, 1; by Ragon. 4; by Ul ven
der, t Tim: I. SO. Vmplrea: Bran
naa and Owens. ,
II. I.aeia Defeata Pbflllee.
BT. LOC IB. May lA-Althaugh Harmon
waa wild at times h tlKhtned up when
hits msnt run snd fit. Louis won from
Philadelphia. Score:
T. lHiia. PHILADCLrKIA
S H O Alt. A H O.S.I.
Hassles. I I I I IKeaM. Ib... S I 4 1 I
Kills. K 4 111 aTltas. rf .... 4 III
Hosresr. at. I l I I if.... a 1 I t 1
KMMekr lb I 1 It -eiuaei-es, lk. I 1 1 I I
K-a. if.... 11 IPuttrt. rf . 4 t t I
HtMsr. as.., II I I iDemr. . I III
Osksa, ).... lit IDMlta, m... 4 1 I I
aiese. a.... Ill IM, m.... I 1 I I 1
Harasea, p.. I I I I tnr.n.. .. I I I
nralk .... 1111
Tsiaia ts I rt 11 l -
tmsis n mil i
Balled for Brennan in th ninth.
St. Iul 1 t 1
Phlltdelphl I I I I I I I 0 J
Two-bas hits: Dooln, Wlnge. Psakert,
Cravath. Three-base bit: Hsuser.
Stolen baees- flonln. Msg, lltttaer,
Oskee, lowne'; Knabe. liotibl plar:
Hsuser ta Huggina to Konetchy. Bases
en balls: Off Harmon. A Struck out:
By Harmon, 4; by Brennan. 1 Tims:
1:5 Umpire:. Klem and Bush.. ,
Albon Trims Many -7
Competing Schools
ALBION, Neb.. May Ml (SpaclaLV-Tse
second annual field mt of high schaoj
teams frora Oekdale, Tilde n. Neltgh, El
gin. Genoa. Cedar Rapids. Newman Orova
and Albion waa held at th fair grounds
at this elty Friday. '
Albtoa won the meet with at points,
Newman Grove second. B; Elgin, third.
It: Cedar Rapids fourth. 11; OekdsJs and
Oewoa tMng for firth with 4 points each
Foliowtjkg are tha events and results: ,
l-Ard daurku Cacy. Alhkm, and Trow
bridce. Eiirta, tie tor first; Irish. Ocaoa.
second. Time. d:!..
KnnalnsT broad jump: - acy. Albtoa.
flrst: Irlh. Oenea, econd: Tinkem. New
man Orava, thirw. Dutanca, 1 lest, 4
Halt mil run: OUon. Keermaa flrora.
first: Osncs. Xewmsn Orove. . second:
Carr. Albion, third. Time. !:1T.
Running high lump: Hsuge, Newman
ltw. and Terpin. Oskdsle. tie for Brst;
Bherry, fclgia. third. Height. teet, 1
Inch.
13.yrd hurdle: ' Cacy. At men. flrat:
TVowbiiaare, K lata, -second; Trump, New
men Orova third.. Time, KV
Pel . vault: Kslietead, Albion, first;
Sherry. Kigln: aerend; Roanlnewr, EisiS.
third. Kenabt, I feet. I tnchea.
Hirer throw: Gray. Cedar ' Rapid
first Sherry. Elgin, second; Howe, Elgin,
third- Distance, lit feet.
Xjb-yard dash: Hlnman. Newmaa
Grove, first r Tramp Newwuva Grove, sec
ond. P. Cocy, Albion, third. Time, t:14u
Shot put: Uray. Cedar lUpids. first:
Ttnckom. Newman Oreve, aecond; Howe
Elgin, third. Distsnce. V feet. 4 mchee
Mil run: Nh-boits. Albion, first; Oa
nes, Newman Grove, seBd; P. Cacy,
AlMon. third. Time: lit , .
Btasding broad lump: fialc, Rlgta. first;
Hailstead. Albion, cond Bwosk. Cedar
Rar-bea. third. Otstaaca, t feet, I Inches.
One-halt mile relay: Elgin, first;. A U
won. aecond. Newman Orova, third. ,
Atteadaac was very targe.
The" Pare -stent and Judicious fee at
Nwspaper Adverttsiag ta ta Road to
Buaiaoe goccess. . ,."..'.
1912.
- ' t Prawn
IXFTY IiTTl. SOBTHPAW TXIXS
THE MIGBTT KOUUTAmEIES.
- ' HARRT HICKS. ,, ' I.
Pitched Omaha to-Victory Yesterday.
BLUES. OVERCOME. ST. PAUL
Downey'i Double in Twelfth Scores
t O'Connor from Tint '
HL5E TO EIGHT' D ITRAL SCOSE
Locals Tie Beere la Elabth . Alter
. I'pklll Fight la -Wblcb 'Fear
, Pitcher Are teed A a trey ,
. i Besy with Bet. '"
KANSAS CITT. Mo.. May U.-Downy
doubla In the twelfth Inning here today
after twa bad barn put out-scored O'Con
nor front flrat. winning foe- Kansas City
from St. Paul. I- to it : The locals tied
th soore In th eighth after .an uphill
tight la which four pttober were used.
Fast ajork in the field- by , both teams
featured th last half of the gam. Score:
T. PAt'L. "'.., KANSAS CfTT.
il.lt.ll, . sk.H.OA.B.
Bailer. If.... till Aftarkeev, All I 11
Maffissa. rt. I I 4 1 ISi-kallsr.' if.. Ill
Meeer. rf.. f I I kfoulten. It. 1 I I I I
Mc- , si I I I Osrr, Ik..... 4 1 If I
atrr. Ik .. 4 4 at areitMes. at II I I
Oeoeaiaa. tb 4 1 f
Leeu, Ik.... 114
lerk e Ill
OCT Cramer, e. I 1 I
I rMaer, Ik. .-4 til
I riM. at ... i t i
I SPneall. ..:. ! Ill
Tkeeua. ... I 1
bseaa'ere, pi 1 l 1 Aitrerk. a... I
Tstall...'...4l ! '. tMsdcioi, a'.'.'. Hill
, ReMr4 ..I t- ; I
.- Tetale....4l II N ! I
Two out When winning run scored.
Batted tor Wither in tb seventh. ;
St Paul .........";. .Itttllttet
Kansas Cltyi .. .. .. . ,.1,1 !lt!!lttl-
Two-baae bit: Bsrbesa, Autrev (t,
Schs4ler, Lewis, ' Downey, Kkr-bas
hit: . Schaller, Ssanflre bitsr" Autre'.
GAodman. tWrridon. Powell.' Maddox.
Sacrifice Me:. Ooodman, Butler. Htolrn
base: Autrev. .Coula.,n.- Bates on bells:
WHBsrs. ...
Off Thorns. 1; off Dscannlerr, 1; oft
nsrrr, i. on neweii, 4; ort wnhars. 7.
Hi .-.ii- W n... - Xa,. . . w I
nlrre, 1 by Ksrger, 1; bv Powell. I; by
Maddox, t. Hits: Off Thomas, t In four
and one-third Innings; off Deecannterr,
I In two and rwo-thirda Inninga: off Kar
ger I tn four and two-thirds innlnim;
err fowell. in MX Innlnrs: off Altrock
1 In one-third Inning: off Withers. 1 hi
two-thirds Inning:, oft Msddox, 4 In flv
innings, ion on, base. St. Psul. 12;
Kansas City. 4. Hit with bitched hall
By Powell, Butler and Hoffman; by Det
annlerre, F1enetsnoCaulson. First base
on errors: el. . rsui. . IKJUnie piavS:
Corldoo to Carr: JtoConnlck to Autrer.
Tims: J:. -Cmplrre: -Anderson and
ciuiu . - . . , :
Miller St fke-ef Brewer.
MILWAI KKK." Mar' ' n.-Mlnncaeolls
secured flv lets off Noet In-trtV eighth
inning and this. In connection with two
costly errors ti .Kendall and, 'nark, gav
tha visitors seaeh run fVevtoa ta th
eighth Minneapolis led Milwaukee, 1 to
le ocora. .
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144
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Tetala a lilt lit ' ,
f ' :, St, .Tatala..... . B n I
Mlnneapoil ,.t..t tit.l.t 7 a-w
Mtlwaukes ......:. M 1 I tl a,l
Two-baas hit: . Williams. "Rossman.
Charles, Lewie: . Sacrifice Mta; .Aitrser,
Delebant. OiH ; -fit. Chart. - Stolen
bases: Clymer, . AlUser, Detebsnty,- Oil I.
Uoubte Slav: Lie bald ta Clark. ' left
oa bases: Minneapolis. I: Milwaukee, 14
na on sails: .. un - otmsteae. t; on
Noel, A . Struck out: By Olmstead, 4:
by Noei. x. ' Balk:' Noei. '. Timer 1,
unsptres: Maya ana Irwin. - - -i r,
rrelabtea le Fleeaee" Te. .
CRBIOHTON, Neb.. May .-Spac1al.
At a meeUns af the baaa belt fan rvi-
day R waa decided to pUc fast ball
team n tlw.Xleld the coming seaaen, J.
P. Winters waa eiacltd president, F.'R.
Hufsmlth secretary. Brie Rlsstaess Ueaa-
urer and Dtl OeLair field Mnager and
captain.
A suffjclent amount bas be subscribed
by- the business ruea to Ipsur a tint
class team anVf It at proponed ta excel
the record made by Hum Colt last
, Fellertee to Laid Lear."
SY rnwsena w.k v.. ,
ciaiv-st, Edward defeated Fullertea yes
terday in a first-gaxn at ball, 4 ta A
, R H R,
ft. Srlward .. I" J tit xi u 1
rr?ltoa .... .1 tllMHMIi
.rtc-- se. . i--r' -.. - :.-t
Murphy; FuIVerton. iriUr and.Thiermaa.
By Mmvhy'll; byTbieaau. liTbre-"
base kiu. sHiies..Jerre -
for The Bee by
OMAHA LADS IN SPOTLIGHT
Locil Eight ' lUe First Plce in
KebrRtkn Atnletiot. . .
WOllX i OTDEB. DUTICUITIXS
For Flnt-Tlmc- le History -Basse
Beys Take Flrat Hemera la
State Field aad Track
' . '. 'Bveata,
By winning the big high school track
and field meet at Lincoln Omaha high
school Jump into the limelight for the
first time In th annul of Nebraska in
tarscholastie athlstlr -pa the premier
school In , track, and baiiiet ball. Tht
local bv carried off first hwor In
both. th. branch of athletic In
competition with other f 1-ools of ' h
stt la lilt, a precedent which never
Ukply to a dupllcatd.
Starting la September w'th th doubl
aesslon rrangemnt at claue prohibit'
Ing much outside practice In athlattc.
th boys at th echo, have had an uphill
fight for encouragement. Th atudsut
body failed ts aupport th football team
and whan lilt started, athletic at th
Capitol hill school were at a- very low
too. 4 , i , ,
Weaderfal thaage etd.
Nevertheless, during th first four
aaantha of this year a wonderful change
haa Been noted, chiefly through Jh un
tiring fforti of Athletic Director F.ee.l
Strlet rule of eligibility have been er.
served, cigarette have been tabooed and
lata hour have been abolished. The
boys who hsv taken part In athletics
have mured into their work with a spult
which hat seldom bean , noted betr.
Likewise student Interest haa been arous
ed, phd th faculty Is beginning ta en
eeitrag sport features. .
In addition to showing up among high
schools, tha purple and white tad won
tha Dig Indoor athletics meat htld under
tb auaplce of th MT" at th associa
tion auditorium last month, winning aut
over. eolletteA .universities, athletic club
and "T" associations from ail part of
Nebraska and lona. V '
The lade who deserve credit for the
success of the school thl year are Ver
gil Rector, Leslie fturkenrotd. Hugh
Millard, Mark Hughes, Beryl Crocker,
Howard Blttlnger, James Gardiner. Cole
man Gordon, John Drexel, Sidney ateytr,
ran nownt arm other.
Much new material will neve to b de
veloped nut year aa Rector, Millard,
Crocker,- Bltrmger, Meyer and Downs
all gradual In June.,.
BEEMER DEFEATS DODGE '
ON ITS HOME GROUNDS
BEEMER, Kb.,,My U.-(8rxcial Tele
gram.) Beemer won frem' Dodge on th
bom ground today by th (core of 4
to. X The feature of the gam waa the
bom run by Butler In tb sixth Inning.
Scar; . ; ..-
Dedgs ............. f) I I I I 1 I I 4-1
Bceaier 11114 1 4
Horn run-- Butler. Struck out: By
Hartley. 12; by .Walworth, I. Tims: 1:1.
L'mnire: Oardela. , ,.-.- - - .
t 'i 1 -
Bee Psvelba Wlaaer.. '
CREIOHTON. Neb.. May M.-8pecial)
Ben Pavelks of Verdlgr df rated
Oscar ' Anderson of Chicago here last
night In two straight fail. He secured
th flrat fall in 2rVj mlnutea with an
Engllah bar and half Nelson, and the,
second In 1? minutes with the famous
Gotch toe hold.
Pavelka weighed UZ pounds and An
derson 21& iiounds.
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TARKIO TRIMS OLD BELLEYUE
Track Mpn from Kiisonri School )
Csptnre Track Meet '
SLXTT-FODl TO ' FIFIT-TEBiE
At Time - DerlBaJ Heel ewre )
Steed rrty-Oa ta Forty K. !
aaarkesbaah Leads lor , i
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TARKIO. Ma; May lWSpecil Tele- j
gram.) Th Tarklo college track men j
bung crepe on th door bell of Bellevue
here today, defeating; Bellevue college in
a dual track met. Final scor. Tarklo, I
44; Bellevue, kl Tarklo won nln flnts, j
Bellevue, four.. .
For Tarklo Oowdy won twenty-four j
points,-.Captain Sloe of Tarkio cam
second, winning thirteen. For Bellevue, j
R. Quackenbush lew wit ten points, ,
Tarklo took th lead at tha start and
waa never beaded, although, at one tune (
tha score wa: ., Tarklo forty-on. Ball- j
vu. forty. ,
Oowdy for Tarklo. broke the ' college '
record In high jumping, doing flv teet
four and tied th broad Jump with a ,
leap of twenty feet, seven Inches. :
This: I Tarkio's second track victor
this season.
Summary: , '
100 yards:' Sloes "Tdrklo. first: IJp-
man. Bellevue. aecond; Kowler, Bellevue,
third. Time, riots.
Pol vault: R. Quackenbush. Bel lev u.
first; Oowdy, Tarkio. second; McOlli, Tsr
klo, third. , Height. I feet. 10-H Inches.
Mils run: -Little, Tarklo. first: Mil
ler, Bellevue, second; OrrnstU Tarkio,
third. Time, 4:4.
Discus: Oowdv. Tarklo. first: Jones.
Bellevue. aecondf Fowler, Bellevu.
third. Distance, lot feet, 1 inch.
alich hurdle: Hill. Tarklo. first:
Kearns. Bellei-uA second; Brandt, Belle
vue, third. ' Tim. :lli.
Running high jumn:- P. Qiiackenbuah.
Bellevu. flrat; Oowdy,- Tarklo, second ;
H. Quackenbush. Bellevue. third. Height.
I ft, I Inch.
440-yard: Thompaon. - Tarklo. first;
Ohman. Bellevue, second; Ctffln, Tarklo,
third. Tim. :2i - , -
Hummer: Oowdy. Tkrklo. first; Cur-
tls. Bellevue, second; Jones. Bellevu,
third. Distance, It feet, I Inches.
Hhot out : ' P. Oiuackenbush. Bellevu.
first; Oowdy,' Tarklo. second; VYIthrow.
Tarkio, third. . Dietaries. S teet. Inch.
Low hurdles: Jones, Bellevue, first;
Sloes, Tsrklo. second; turtle, Bellevue,
tniro. Time. ;jik-
SD-yard dsh:- Stoas. Tsrklo. firs:
Fowler, Bellevue. second; Jones, Bellevu,
third. Tim. :.
. . Classes Teday. -
Western Lessue: Denver at Orhahi.
Wichita at Dee Moines. St. Joseph at
Topekt, Sioux City at Lincoln.
National league: oBetorx at Pittsburg,
Philadelphia at St. Louis. Brooklyn at
Chicago. New Tork at Cincinnati.
American lessue: Cleveland at Near
Tork. Chicago at Raot on, Derrstt at
Philadelphia. Sl Louie at Washington.
American association. Minneapolis at
Milwaukee. Toledo st Columbus. Louis
ville at Indlsnanolis. St. Paul st trn
City,
Nebraska Stats lesrue: Ceumbus sr
Hastings, . Fremont st Seward, Orand
Island at Superior, Kearn"? at Tork.:
Mink leagu:- Auburn at Nebraska Citv,
Hiawatha at Humboldt, eBa trice at
Fall A'lty. - - .. -
Ataatea rffet Battle Creek.
STANTON. Xeb.. Msv U.-flnrll
Testerdsi- tfternoon. the Stanton team
fhfeatml the Utuie Creek team i):, .
tereallng kaic... I r Hi clo-ie scur of .1
to 4. Ths ftAlure of tne iraiue was th
hitting of Selue! and Whalen for Stanton
lire f-e-n-er gri .nr two lilts out of 4 time
up. one of ti- .i bunrf rim uih tl
latter reoeivil t nits out of I tl-nm n.
a bom run and i two-bugKitia, to::
Battle Creek I I I I I I : I ' j
Btsntoa t 1 t I II t t xs f
- Batteries Stanton. Lassrn and Hopper;
Battle Creek. Coombs and Scott Struck
out. By Lassen, i; by Coombs, A Hon
runs: Setdel and Whalen. Two-base hits;
Whnlen (1), Laasea. Howard. I'mptre: D.
Whaien. .
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