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MILLERS LEAD IN EACH GAME
- Young Strikes Out Ten Ken, Hold
ing Sun ti to Four Hits.
) HANDS SHUTOUT TO ST. PAUL
Five te Ketklag Vfotery for Mlase-
spells Is Chalked l la Alter
jm Gesae First basse Re
aalte Six Twa.
. MINNEAPOLIS, Ulna.. May lA-Your-g
truck out ten men and bald St. Paul
to four hits, soaring a S to victory tw
in locals In tha aftsrnoon (am here
yximy. Decannter was halted freely
-after the fourth tuning, Thomas relieving
In th eighth. Score, first fsm:
sinurvui. sr. net
AS.M.O.A I AA H 0 A E
flrmw, el.. I lit tlntlw. a... Silt
Aiilier, aa... I I 1
Kiuirar.' It I I
miliiaae, l I
Fmie, if... Ill
All. & 4 1 I
1 aeaty. U. I
cm. is. I I I
r.uereea, p. I I
I lUMao, I I M
I IHanrt, If . 4 I I I
I MMMl, B I 1 I
lAwrey. ik.. I u I
IIIbM. if..l I I
I !. c 4 I
1 ILevla. !.. Ill
OKirser, I t I I
Total. M I IT II I TM1H.....S inn I
at, Paul 4 4 14 0 1 -l
f we-biae hit: Ferris. Thraa-bas hits:
Ferris, Lewis. Horn runs: GUI. Lewis.
loubie plays: Altlier to 0111; QUI to Al
tlser to QUI. Bases on balls: Off Pst-
I tenon. 4: off Karger, S. Struck out: By
' Patteraon. I; by Karger, 1. Wild pitch:
Karger. Sacrifice hit: Altlier.. Lett on
bates: Minneapolis 7: St. Paul, S. Ttina.
1.54. Umpires: Blarhaltar and Connolly.
Scars, ssoond gsme;
i m.vNCAmua. sr. ratru
ASM. O.AC AIH01I
Clmar. cf.. 4 Sull as... 4 III
Aliliar. ... I I 1 I aHataaaa. itlHIl
K'tliltr. Ik 4 111 M'Cara'k . 1
Willlaaa, : I 4 I aHovart. II.. 4 1 I
rrrt. rl...4 1(1 Klm. la... I I I I
Allaa. a..... I 1 I I Airtr. It .l till
Da'kutir.' Villi eRIfl.rt. rl.. I I
out. la I t II asurt, e 111
Tauas. ...! 4 aL.ia. la... I til
Dm'n, I I
Toula a) II If 14 awaiak I
. .. Tkaaua, ... I
41 1 ll
,n In the!
- McCormlck battsd (or Hoftmaa
Walrk battad for Daoannlar is
utnn..Miti a a a a i t a
Two-baa hits: Williams. Dalahanly.
ami., haaaa: A It liar. Kllllfar. Oil I. Sac-
rifle hlta: -Kllllfer, William. Double
l.v Miliar Wl I Mama is Olll. Hltk
Off Dcannler. U In avs Innlnra; off
Thomaa. 1 la on Innlna. Ln on oaa
Ulnnuntla It- At Paul. 1 BtrUClt OUt
By Youna. K: by Daennir I: by
Thomas, L. Base on balls. Off Toun.
1; oft DecMtnler . Tim: IM. Vat
Blrea: Blerbaltar and Connolly.
- ToaT Saiadea Cavaar.
'ifiOLUMBL May .Pltchar Tony of
ftoulav1H ahadrd Cooper tat afternoon
lfd took hi team through to l l to I
Vktory. His tailor to covr first donated
tl.'j Columbus runs. HIU by Me loan and
Hayaan tied the swore. Burch a pass and
stall in tha ninth developed Into th wla
. Bum run. Score, first game:
, eoumnva. wmsvpjj
' as n o a a AB M o a r
lkaHaa. ef .A IS anaiek. 4 I
Htix-a aa, Hill aMoaea. 4 III
C-ealM. ft. llieleea. ct.. I I I I
raffias, la.. 4 11 auaaaaa. Ik. 4
Miner. Ik... I Hayeea. ri I I 1
Oka'rte. HUH araa4. Ill
Oeraar,.aa... I 1 I 4 aBa'alllai. aal I I I
Jialik. a.... 11 aipaacar. '
atQuillu, ft I Ctaa'a, pi I I I
' Ial..n IRU Taul...-lt I M at I
Columbus ,. i-l
Stolen asaes: Shelton, 8aerinoa hit:
Smith. Sacrifice fly: Oerber. Two baaa
hits: Sbelton, Hlnchmaa. loudermllt
. Double plaa Smith to Oerbar; MrQull
laa. Oerber and Miller. Hit ay plteher:
Gerber, Millar. Bass on balls: Off Ms
ulllsn. 1; off LoudermUk. t Struck
out: By McQuillan. 4: by Lotrderinllk. t
Left on baaes: Columbus. : LoulrAMa.
a. Wild pitch: MeQnlllan. Time: 1
Lmplres. Ferguson and Handlbo.
Store, second gam: ,
' touts vi i. cow Mr a
, ASn At ASH OAS
'rak, H....1 1 aalaa. at . I 11
aim. ... Ill 4Hnc'aa, HI I
Mataaev cf.. 111 ecsatrn. at 4 1 I
Vaaaai. Ik . 4 1 a Irarrtas. I. I 1 1 1 I
Kajaaa, X I I I I atllllar. Ik...
tenrit lki I aojmaiaa. m II II
IH'allMr. 14 4 4 Marker, aa... 4 till
Senear. ... I t I aswtta: a till
Taw. .... 4 I aoeaaar. a....! J I 1
Tia.....aJ"? S ul T-a....." n t
Columbu ..J 1 . S-l
tllorea basest Csngaltoa, O" RowAa.
Purch. Two-base hits: ShattoB. Lennox.
. Bases on bail: Off Cooper, 7; aft Toney.
a. Struck out: Bry Cooper. S: by Toney,
4. Left on baaea: Cotumbus, : Loolsvllle.
11. Time: I K. Umpire: Pergueoa and
' TOLEDO. May Mi-Pltener Bill Janvsa.
recently secured from Oevelaad. cele
brated his return to the Americas asso
elatioa this aftarnooa ay beating In
dianapolis. I to t A doubt play en
whtoh Ksieer was retired at the plate
a?d Woodruff at second, cut oft a
thieatenuig rally and practically aseed
th game for Toledo. ore. first game:
INDIANA PaTUS. TOUCOO
AS H O. A c al I I A g
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waearw. a a anisra'as. lb 4
O Lserr. sa. 4 I I I IKatte. la. I 1 I
"aaiaaa. aa. alia at aeaaaas. as I I I
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imam. R I I 1 I epamatt. la.. 1 11
alerta. a. a 4 I Las. & a 1 4
at leas. I-- -4 14 Faaaaea's. glial
TMata... Si u n it 1 Tana-er. m inn 1
iFkiUnspolis I I I I I 1 H
. Thrae-bsa hits: H enter. 1 Stolen
ease. nick, r-acrlflca fl : NUeav, Sse
rifive hits: Chapman. Woodruff. Left
an baaee: Toledo. 3: iBdianaaolts.
Kasea on balls: Oft Faikeobenr. 4: off
Itixan. 1 iltnack oat: By FWkeaberg.
: by Hlxea. 4 lioatn plays: Htxon to
aruuaraa to nantcr. Bnmki as Derrick.
.hirMR to Hincnman ta Derrick- Ls
firm: tlsves. Tttne: l;4i. ,
Goors. - second grrf : .
. TTJUOO IKDIAJtAyeUl. 1
' AS at 1 1 1 AS U OAX
Wiaa. U... I I s ,... I I 11
Jt ae. 4 I 1 a aer,fT. mini
aVnattai SV 4 11 artjwy aa-.l a I
t. aa I I I llasaata. S. Ills
"-aa. af 11.1 SMcarar. 1S..I 1
F. ff .. 4 He-Mr. ff 4 I I
Bams. as.. I 1 It 1 awi i,.a, ni t I 1
Why and Wherefore of a Monday
Laal. I t 1 tClarke. a.
Jasiaa. p.... 4 I I I Liaka, .
Tetala.....M 11 II U 1
...I t 1
Batted for Williams In ninth.
Toledo 10 1 I t I M
Indianapolis 4 4 1-1
Two-bssa hits: Chapman.' Nile. Stolen
bases: Brannle . Bases on balls: Off
James. 1: off Lanke. L Struck out: -By
Jamas. I; by LJnke. 1. Double play.
Burns to Land to Htnchman. Left on
bases: Toledo, t: Indlanspolla a. Wild
pitches: James, 1: Llnke. 1. Passed ball
Land. Time: 1:66. umpire: Hayes.
Blaes Defeat Brewers.
KANSAS CITT, Msy W.-Ksasas City
eapturea tn aiternoon session. ? to s. A
single, two doublee a triple and a walk
gave the locals four runs In the sixth
and the visitors were never able to catch
up. Gallia, a youngster who replaced the
veteran Altrock, esid Mliwsukee with
out a hit:
KAKIAS CITT. mUWAt'KEK
AB I.O A C U H 0.l t
It kerit, 1 I I aUakaM. Ik . 4 I 14
ckallar. 1.1 I 1 I Cbarlaa. Ik I I I
Lran. af I I I I aRanaall. If. 4 1 1
Cerr. Ik I 1 ta 1 Maeee, It... I 111
CarrMae. aal I I I eCapraa. II... I I 1
lasiaa. .....I 1 4 1 Cna'elle. efl I 1
DevMr. I I 1 I llela Ill
Oealaea. if.. I I I I alaraaall. a. I I I
Kaaeeaa, p.. I I 1 I ineaharty. Ill
llapeuai. pi I I
Totals llll I
Tatai!.. ...M 4 M at
Kansas City........ 4 1-4 I -T
Milwaukee 4 4 4 4414
Two-base hits: Schiller. Cerr. .Coulaon.
James . Sacrifice hit: Carr. Sacrifice
files: Downey, Rhoadea. Stolen base
Love. 1 Bases on balls: Off Doughertv
I: off Rhoadea. L Struck out: By Dough
erty, 1: by Kipaicka. I: by Khoades. A
Doubts piaye: Lileboid to Lawls to Jones,
Rhoadea to Corridon to Carr. Hlta: Off
Dougherty, S In all Innings: off Slap.
nicaa. 1 in two innings, t-eri on baaes.
Kansas City, i: Milwaukee. I First base
Kansas City. 4: Milwaukee. L
Hit by pitched bail: Csoron by Rhoadea
Time: l.te. Lmpties: srwin and Ander
Scots, seoond game:
KAN1AI CITT. atn.WAt.HEe
Al M.O.A IV Al.H O.A I
It ksrM, si I 1 I lUaaaM. Ik . I 111
Srhaller, 11.. Ill 1 anuria, lb.. I
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K.I I I I Ibaala, as... I
s... Ill 4 .Sckalli. a.!.. 4
Oallla. p.... I 114 INIelieliae, ll
- Hasmiela, a. I
a aa a a
Totals at 11 N 11
Kanaaa Clty....... 1 1 4 4 4 4 4 -
Two-bass hits: Jones (i), Chappelle,
Carr, OConnor, Randall, Corridon, Coul
aon. Sacrifice fly: Lewis Stolen base:
Coulsoa. Double piny: Randall to J ones.
Baaee on balls: Off rilspnleks. 1.
Struck oat: By Nicholson, 4: by 81sp
mcks, I-. by Altrock, I. Wild pitch:
Stapntcha. Hit by pitcher: By Slapnlcka.
Oallla. Left an baaes: Milwaukee. 7;
Kansas City. 1 Hits: Off Nlcholaon. In
flea and one third Innings: off Slapnlcka.
4 In two and two-thirds Innings; off Al
trock:. It In six and one-third Innings:
off Oallla. 4 In two-third. Innlnc. First
on errors: Milwaukee, s. Time: 1-00, Lm
plres: Anderson and Erwin. .
Continued From First Page t
but Marquette and his mechiniciau aete
not Injured. Prayer withdrew 'tis Fire
stone-Columbus because of gear trouble.
Tire trouble overtook De Pslml's M tr
ades In th IWth mil and he atopned
for a change, but at th two hundredth
mil lie kept his lead and had let a new
reoord of I 31 et Tha former mark waa
l a.M, made by Bruce Brown In a Flat
- ; Stale Blaaes Tire.
An rW son's Stuta blew s tie In hi
IghtiexJi lap and the car waa taksn off
tha track. The Cass No. I, driven by
Wsilon. relieved Herrlck, broke a crank
haft and waa taken out. -
Da Palme oon tinned to pull ahead of tha
M-nll mark-just half the distance. Hla
lima was S-oVM, just iM minutes batter
than Bruce-Brown s tlm last eyar.
Totxlaff waa second and Dawson third
t S miles. Ds palma'a average waa
SLI miles aa boar. Hughes' Mercer ran
oat of fuel la tha araety-ixth lap, Dla-
a car blew a lira- ta the sixty-
seventh aad Wtabart s Mercedes went
out IB the eighty second lap.
Da Palnva made Inn miles hi 1.11:21,
heating Harrona'a time last year of
M. Ha areraged 44:14 sal lee aa hour.
National No. went Into second and
Burtnan a CutUngT was running third at
m. miles. Flat, No. z, .waa forced back
to fourth.- .
DePalma was- about three laps ahead
of NankMsi No. at SM mtlea." Ms time
being 4 BJ4-C.lt better than last years
time. ; - , " . i . .. '
DePalma had uacrtsaaed kls lead an Na-
tionat No. 4 to four lap when he com
pleted Us four hundredth mtla la 4 M M
O setter lhan Harraua made IL
KatMmaJ. Co. I. waa seoond and Flat. No.
X third.. DePalm s average was JB.4.
araaa la rear Lark. -.
Burmaa was driving la poor rock, hav
ing to stop st tha nits repeatedly. Bert
Ding-ley's Simplex went out la Ms lmb
lap and Mstsna's Under la Hs UOth lap.
bra result af accidents. - '
Boa Burma s Cm ting turned over a
ertver and mechaalctaa aa the back
stretch ta th UPth lap. Barman and
Harry Goets, asechaafelaa. were not hurt
but foe car eirlt. The Cutting's rear
wheal eollapeed and tha car relied aver
bast Burmaa and Goats escaped with a
few cuts aad bruises. Burmaa wis tied
with Flat No. 1 for third place when
the accident occurred. ,
The Mercedes bad araised a fiftii lap
oa the National at 41 miles, which :t
eovared ia tMM. almost aeha!f hour
better then la - year. -
Daemon, who went back-uto the Ka
Kstaaj No. s. and Da PsJma both had
ttn laps man to go, was Mill leading
Dawson, , hi nearest competitor, six
Tetxiaff went back into hla Flit.
De Palnaa la Trouble.. ,
With only flva miles to go De Falma'i
Mercedes dsveloped trouble and the Na
tional No. s lapped him.
Crowd See Bare.
Under a cloudless sky thousanda of en
thusiasts from sll ovsr th country aa-
aembled today at the Indlanapoila apeed
way for tha greatest event of the auto
mobile world-the second annual running
of the American 104-mils sweepstakes.
At daylight began the exodua from the
dty ta Speedway park, by train, trolley
and touring cars, and th sun found th
grsnd.tinds on the outer edg and the
parking apaces of ths Inner circuit of the
brick aval beginning to Mil with ths
enormous crowd that waa to see twenty-
lour of tha most famous drivers and
cam battle far the honor and fortune of
enjoying with Ray Harroun and tha
Harmon "Wasp" the classic litis of win
ners of ths greatest raoe of motoring.
The course waa cleaned of greass ac
cumulated during the weeka of practice
grind, glistened in the sunlight when the
big" motors pulled out along the repair
pita, swarming with mechanicians. Har
roun and his Marmon last year did the
distance In 4:11.44 and every pilot today
was determined ta cut hli mark In his
effort to com in on th OD.OOo offered
for the winner of th race.
A crowd estimated at 71.404 cheered
as the drivers swept out 00 ths track
for the braks teet.
IS SERIOUSLY INJURED
NEW TORK. May -Manager John
Kllng of ths Boston National., aays that
Arthur Bridewell, the shortstop. Is so
bsdly injured that ha will not be able to
play again this season. In fact, bs does
not think the player will ever be able
to get Into uniform again.. Kllng do
med there Is- friction between himself
and President John M. Ward.
Sorfaltt Wlas Twa Gaaaes.
NORFOLK. Neb.. Msy -tgpeclsl
Teleerani.t In twenty innings today Nor
folk's base bail team was scored sgainst
for only one run. Norfolk heat Lwurai.
4 to 4. end then best Osmond In sn eleeen-
inning game, z to 1. ,
BZLAKS ALL jIXCOEBS UP TO 430
MILES AT mDIAIAPOLIS.
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Bti UAiAHA. juiAs.
Copyright, 1913. Na
tional Kews Association.
in the 500-Mile
Y , sir ,
WHO COMB OUT AHEAD AT INDlANAPOLia
Bell Wins Races and
Sets a New. Record',
For Omaha Riders
Walter Bell, riding an Indian, broke
the Omaha motor ipeedwiy motorcycle
twenty-five mile record yesterday after.
noon, making the distance in H. Carl
Hulmqutit, on a Reading stsndsrd, waa
second, and Hart Bowman, Indian, third.
The race waa a free-for-all. All machines
r stripped for racing, but wir from
tork. Bowman's mount waa provided
with "open port" for better speed, but
Bell waa too much for his competitor.
For ths first four miles the two rode
neck-and-nerk: then Bell drew slowly
away. Ha kept Increasing his isad until
tha race ended. The summary.
Ten miles, twin -cylinder, private own
ers, stock machines: Ed Hylen, Indlsn.
first: George Asnderson. Indlsn, second;
Hank Hayman, Excelsior, third. Tim:
Flva miles, slngls cylinder, prlvsle own
ers stock machines: Carl Adolfeon, In
dian, first; Mark Schwertn, Indlsn. sec
ond; Fred Bell. Indlsn. third. Time: 406.
Fifteen miles, terln cylinder, trade
riders, stock machines: Wslter Bell. In
dlsn. S rat: Carl Mtitmaulal. ileadlna
standard, second; Ed Hylen. Indlsn, third.
Flva miles, single cylinder, trade riders,
Mock mschlnee: Carl Adolfaon. Indlsn.
first; "Chief Charley Noah. Indian,
eacond: O. Rimer. Indian, third. Time:
Twenty-five miles, free-for-all. any
kind at machine: Walter Bell. Indian,
flrat; Carl Mulmqit'st. Reading stsndsrd.
second: Hart Bowman, Indian, third.
Tlmei- Jt a.
Prliee for each race were: Ftrfat, tire
caaing; second. Ismp; third. Inner tube.
; Popular Decision
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.. Msy -Psckey
McFarland of Chicago won tha popular
decision from Ray Brbnaon of indlanspo
lla' la their ten-round bout st th In
dianapolis ball park tonight McFarland
had the belter of eight rounds and Bran
son managed to break 'area In the other
With the exception of th third and
ninth round th tight was all McFar-
land a. Bronson waa at his best In the
third and ninth rounds.
Ths first tour rounds ere fought In a
diluting rain, which made the ranvas
slippery and Interfered with the footwork
of tha two fighters. In the first two
rounds tha fighter felt each other out,
with Parkey getting In a few Jabs to
the face and body. In the second.
Referee Ed Smith of Chicago cautioned
Mc.Va.r-i and1 ta refrain from hitting low.
Btonson brought a little blood to Mc-
Farlind s nose in the third round and
broil even on in exchange of punches.
The Chicago fighter had a Might shade
ta the fourth and then went Into the fifth
and drove Bronson ta tha ropes with a
rain of rights and lefts. Parker's jabe
ta Branson's wind In the clinches begsn
to tell and tha local boxer waa breathing
hard when tha round ended.
Ray missed several swings la the sixth
and wss sent to th ropes sgaln. where
tha Cmcagoan got In several hard blows
at close range. No much damage waa
don In .the seventh, but McFarland
started la the eighth and jibbed Brotv
aoa at doss quarters almost at WIS. Th
ninth waa pretty, maca of a slugging
match la the eenter of tha ring with
honors about even. Broasoa appeared
IvLAi oi, isiJ
it's am. ove.v
blows to th fare and body staggered him
In th tenth and h wai holding oa whan
th gong sounded. Th fight waa at lit
pounds. . ,
In Ihs seml-flnili Young Herman of
Pekln, III., knocked out Chick Hsyei,
the local bantamweight contender, la th
second round of their scheduled ten-
round bout. Hayes went down under a
right swing to tha Jaw and took the
count of eight. Aa he waa gelling up,
Herman landed another that lent him
to tha floor. He tried to gat up again,
but was knocked through th rope..
POWERS LETS BLOOMFIELD
GET T00FAR IN LEAD
RANDOLPH. Nsh, May !. -(Special
Telegram-l-Bloomfield defeated Randolph
today In a game featured by a deiperate
rally , In the eighth by Randolph but
they were unable to overcome Bloomf laid .
lead, gained through tha poor pitching
of Powers. Courtney, who relieved him,
waa -a pussl to Bloomfleld, striking out
nlns men In five innlngi. Score: R H E.
Randolph ... S 4 4 4 4 4 4 1 44 1
Bloomfleld ... 1 1 1 1 4 4 1-T S I
Batteries: Powers. Courtnev snd Hail:
Webber. Weat. Three-base hit: Barnard
Two-ha we hit: Schwarta Htnlen kaeee
Hamblln. S); Lamb, ill. Umpire: Gordon.
CREIGHTON COLTS LAY OUT
ORCHARDjN FIRST GAME
CREIflHTOX. Neb . May DS.-(Speclal
Telegram.! The Crelghton Colta won
their ftrat game here today, defeating
Orchard, 3 to 4. Score:. R. H, E
crelghton .....4 441441 -rl 44
Orchard 4 4 4 2 4 4 41 4 4
Batterlea: (strain snd Krsuae: Lvnt snd
Billings. Esrned runs: Crelghton. 1: Or
chard, 1. Two-base hits: Thelse. Moore.
Three-base hit: Forsberg. Struck out: Ry
Strsln. 10: by Lynt. A Time: l.m. I'm-
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YARNEY BECOMES A CHAMP
Adami Newspaper Man Leads in
Nebraska Shooting Tourney.
NINETEEN TIE FOR SECOND
Champion Eveat Ceaatsts of the
shooter .Settles; Ferly-XInO
Oat of Possible Fifty
i E. W. Venter, a newapsper man from
Adami. won ths title of champion shot
gun shot of Nebraska yeaterday In ' th
Uat dayi' shoot of th Tnlrty-sevsnlh
annual tournament of the Nebraaka State
Sportamen'a association. - He smsshrd
forty-nine out of a noalbl fitly targets.
Nineteen tied for second place with forty-tight
Not only did Vsrner secure Ihs chim
plonahip of the slat, but he tied tor
first place for the three days honors
with S. W. Huntley. Varnsr ihot at 4S4
targsti during ths regular .hooting and
broke iTS, did Huntley.
The championship shoot waa an extra
vent of fifty target.. Over fifty men
entered, but Varner waa Ihs only on to
get anay with but a single mus. , Th
a Ind wss aomswhit strong and played
havoc, with tha targeta aa they were
thrown from the Iran., 'but deeplle this
fort ths scores made were beter on a
whola than during th two dayi previous.
Ths profesilonals came up strong, but
aa they wire not competing for prlte.
or money, Ihalr scores do not effect the
For tha three dayi mart thi fleet ten
places wer taken by the following
mirkaman: First, Vsrner, Huntley:
ascend, lloon, Oraham; third. White:
fourth. Rlbhouser. Ridley, Bray; fifth,
Townasnd: sixth, Caldwell; ssventh, Wsg-
gonar; eighth. Gammon; ninth, Ksutfkey;
tenth, Schroeder. ... .
nraree af Yesterday.
Following wers ths score, made at.r
dy out of poallbl 1M:
151 Thorpe ...
111 Verner ....
twi O'Brien ...
1411 Ridley ....
1211 Watklns ,
V4! MrDonel .,
lit 1 Huntley
Isr ...... IITI Waddlngten ...
Gases 11 Brsy
Eaton 117' Huff ord
MrKlnney 11 Uellatly
waggoner 141 Miller
niiiunir . ii miner ............ I sn
Whitney 124H Lovering U4
Nebraska City Takes -
Measure of Beatrice
NEBRASKA CITT. Neb, May 94-
(Speclal Telegram.)-There waa a large
attendance Oils afternoon to se Nebraska
City win from Beatrice the first game
of the series. It wss a pitchers' battle.
Up to tha eighth Inning not a atngla
Best rice player reached second base.
ire: R U.K.
Beatrice I I I Ml I 1-1 II
Neb. City I I 1 I I I M I 1
flatteries: Belts and Darrow: Buah end
Goldwatt. Umpire: Meyers.
FALLS CITT. Neb., Msy -( Special
Telegram.) Fell. City won the first gams
of the eerie with Hliwatha here today.
Scor: R H E
Falls City 1 IMIIIIMI1
Hiawsrha ....4 1144444-411
Batterlea: Rvley and Harmony; Con
nell and Sheets k. Umpire: Ward. -
AUBURN, Neb., May .-(8pecial Tela-
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Light and Invigorating.
At Lake, Summer Park,
Picnic or Cafe order Old
In Amtr BottUt
Family Trade Supplied by;
South Omaha WM. JETTKR,
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' MilTH OMAHA, NLB.
by Hal Coffman
gram.) Auburn's heavy hitting won to
day's game. Musser got a hit every lima
up. while Primely drove out two three
baggers and Stills ell secured a home
run. Score: R H E.
Auburn 0 114111 -S St
Humboldt ... I 144444 4-1 SS
Batterlea: Znndermsn snd Museer;
fork, l ucaa and Diets. Umpire: Mc
Finland. Kcotle Wins laai riaan.
SCOTIA. Neb.: Mav . -(Special Tele
gram. 1 Scotia won from Ord In an eleven
Inning time her today. 8eutter of
Scotia struck out seventeen of Ord ssmi
prtifesalonsla. Murphy featured at bat.
getting five hits. Score;
etcotla 144431114 4-T
Batterlea: Gutter, Ammsrman; Cuah
Ing and Liemcnte.
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Durattorr Eschl Cost iftV) up
Cruise 114 Day) OJU
Including all necessary ex
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way, hotel, shore excursions,
carriage, guides, -fee, ate.
Writ for booklet af any cruise.
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