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iBouthpnvr. Drives In Winning Runs
. . . Over St. Joo In Ninth.
THOMASON TIES THE SCORE
Drives the nail Over tho Right
Field Fence for n Homo Run
in U10 Ninth Inning at
I Rourko Park.
' Arthur Thomason. Pa Hourke's center
fielder, hammered tho ball over the right
field boards In the ninth Inning of yes
terday's game with St. Joseph and tied
the score. Then In tho tenth frame, with
"Hick" -JohnBon on second and Grubb on
flrBt by virtue of a single and a. walk,
respectively, Harry Hicks won his own
pamo with a double to tho ccnterfleld
fence, 2 to 1.
All the way to the ninth Inning the Jo
sles outhlt the Omaha bunch, and appar
ently hod the game on Ice with one run
which was sent across In tho sixth In
ning. One mnn was down In the ninth
w.hen Thomason ambled up to the plate.
The first ball pitched to him was Just to
hiB liking and ho caught It full on the
nose and, Jt pped.nnd dropped from sight
behind the timbers.
In the tenth with two men down the
Uosles started n rally, which for awhile
looked dangerous. Crutcher did the un
expected and slammed out a single to
short center. Kelly followed It with a
stinging clout to deep center, Crutcher
going to second. It It was that R. Wat
son sent a terrific grass-cutter to Grubb',
who gobbled It up in a sensational
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rourice southpaw wins ins
OWN GAME IN THE NINTH.
manner with one hand, and shot it to
Kane, retiring thp side.
Grounds Aro Heavy.
Play yesterday was slow owing to the
heavy condition of the grounds. The
paths were soggy with mud from the re
cent heavy rains. Baso stealing was out
of the question, although a couple of dar
ing base runners attempted to get away
with It -to their sorrow,
' Joe Kelly picked Crutcher to hurl for
him and it was a wise selection as the
speedy boy waa right. His curves were
breaking right all through tho game. He
kept his hits well scattered and until the
ninth inning had given but three hits,
one of which was stfratchy. But the pole
Thomason made In the ninth took the
starch out of the youngster and In the
next inning he ascended. Hicks, on the
other hand was touched up for eight safe
blngles, but In the pinches he was air
tight. .Tosles Look Good.
The So. Joseph team as a whole looks
strong. Their playing was all to the
candy. They fielded well and hit the ball
haiM. And the best part of it is they
never quit until Hicks won the game In
the tenth the Josles were fighting and it'
was real fighting they pulled off.
The Rourkes showed to great advan
tage. The team is stronger than when
It went on its trip and the team play is
fine. Harvey Grubb, tho new third -Backer,
was In fine form and looks as If
he will make a good man before many
moons. His playing yesterday was
great. The stop he made In the tenth of
R. Watson's drive was sensational to say
the least In the sixth Inning he made
an error by making a bad peg to first,
but for this he mUBt be given credit.
Crutcher sent a hard one which made a
bad bound Juet as Grubb made for It.
But the youngster har nerve enough to
attempt to get his man at first anyhow.
Pull for Grubb.
And the fanB were' for Grubb all
through the game. His first appearance
at the bat In the third Inning brought out
a great hand and he reciprocated by lay
ing down a beautiful sacrifice.
St. Joseph1 made their only run in the
sixth Inning. Crutcher landed safe on an
Infield hit and got to second on Grubb's
poor throw, Kelly followed by beating
out a bunt, Crutcher going to third. r
Watson grounded out and George Wat
son scored Crutcher with a sacrifice fly
Omaha tied it in the ninth with Th6ma
son's home run. In the tenth with one
down Johnson singled, and Grubb drew
free transportation. Hicks' double to
center won the game by scoring John
OMAHA. AB. R, H. O. ' A. E.
Coyle, If 4 0 12 0 0
Justice, ss... 4 0 1 4 2 1
Thomason, cf 4 1 1 3 o o
Congalton, rf 4 0 0 4 0 0
Kane, lb 4 0 0 12 0 0
Rchlpke, 2b 3 0 0 0 8 0
Johnson, c 4 12 4 10
Grubb, Sb, 2 0 0 ' 1 4 1
Hicks, p 4 0 1 0 2 0
Totals 33 2 1 30 "5
ST. JOSEPH. AB. R. H. O. A. E.
Kelly, if 6 0 2 4 0 0
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Major Quartermaster Corps, Conutructlng
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Standing of Teams
. . WESTERN LEQUE.
Lincoln at Denver.
Wichita at Topeka.
St. Joseph at Omaha.
Sioux City at Des Moines.
Boston at Brooklyn.
New York at Philadelphia.
Washington at Boston.
Philadelphia at New York,
Milwaukee at Indianapolis.
Kansas City at Columbus.
Minneapolis at Toledo.
St. Paul at Louisville.
R. Watson. 2b 5 0 0 4 1 0
G. Watson, rf 2 0 1 8 0 0
Zwllllng, cf 3 0 0 1 0 0
Westorzll. 3b 4 0 1111
Melnke, ss 4 0 0 1 2 0
Brewer, lb ,1 4 0 18 2 0
Ketter, o, 4 0" 1 6 0 0
Crutcher. V 4 1 2 0 0 0
Totals 35 1 8 28 6 1
One out when winning run waB scored,
Runs ,...0 00000001 13
Hits ,0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 W
Runs ...,0 00001 0 00 0-1
Hits 1 2000210028
Two-base hit: Hicks. Home run: Thom
ason. Sacrifice hit: Grubb. Sacrinoo fly:
WatBon. Struck out! By Hicks, 4: by
Crutcher. E. Rases on balls: Off Hloks. 2:
off Crutcher, 2. Passed ball: Ketter. Left
on bases; Omaha, i; St. Joseph, 7. Time
or game: l:L0. umpire aognst.
TWEniTO WIN FOR DENVER
Hngcrinnn Geta Edgo Over Ehman
in Tight Contest.
DENVER, May 4. AA pitchers' bat
tle between Hagerman and Ehman re
sulted in a defeat for Lincoln. 2 to 0,
making It the twelfth straight victory
for Denver. Lincoln was unable to .solve
Hagerman's pitching. Tie allowed only
two hits and gained six strikeouts. Eh
man alsq was In great form, allowing
.Denver only four hits and striking- out
Denver's runs came )n the first and
fourth Innings. Two walks, an. Infield
out and a double steal, netted one In
the first. A triple by Channcll, an In
field out in the fourth gave Denver the
last run. Score:
AB. H. R, O. A. K.
Gllmore, If 4 0 0 4 0 0
CasBldy, rf 3 1 0 '2 0 0
Channell, cf ........ 2 1 2 2 0 0
. 4 A A 1 1 II
uuunn, m ......... Y x J a
.Frenoh, 2b 8 0 0 2 4 0
Fisher, lb 8 0 0 7 1 0
Spahr. o 3 0 o 7 o
ftiatnews, ss 2 X i ; i a
Hagerman, p 8 0 1110
Totals 28 2
AB. H. R,. O. A. B.
Lloyd, 3b 4
Mullen, lb 4
McCormlck, If 3
Barbour, 8b 3
Collins, ss J
Baker, o ;
Ehman, p 1
: . a a o
Mf Hacerman. MtruoK aui: in
Umpires: Harris and Miller.
TOPEKA WINS OVER WICHITA
Cochran's Batting and Playing Is
Feature on Muddy Field.
TOPEKA. Kan., May 4.-Reynolds held
the visltorS to a-palr of hits while h s
teammater batted Perry freel r- Thta
AAd to the wlldness of the Wichita
Sprier, gave thl locals the game. Ctoch
ranf8 Playing was the feature of the con
test played on a muddy field. Score.
AB. R. H. O. A. B.
Cochran. 3b o 0 2 0 0
Lce, ir ; , , . n o
Farsythe.cf 3 3 2 3 0 o
McLarry. rf 1 2 ? n l o
RaPP.lb 0 0 10 0
French, sa. J I X q
McAllister, c 5 2 ? o 3 0
Smith, 2b 1 ? a 1 b 0
Reynolds, p 1 0 1 J J
31 S ,11 27 12 0
AB. R. H. O. A. B.
Burka, 3b 3 0 0 0 1 0
MaliTrf 1 5 S
M?dd"etorn cf::::::.. o i o o o
Koerner. lb 3 0 0 12 0 0
RPBr:.l ::::::::: S I t 8
HueSton; o o j ? 2
Wacob, 0 3 0 0 1 1 0
Totals 23 0 2 24 13 1
Topeka ? - J S 2 I 2 J 2 3
Wichita " " " v " "
Two-base hits: Cochran, forsymo.
Sacrifice hit: Lee. Double play: Rapp
to Hughes to Koerner, Stolen bases:
Cochran, Forsythe. Base on balls: Off
Reynolds. IS orf ferry, x. wim imcn;
Perry. 4. Hit by pitched ball: By Perry,
. Time: z:w. umpire; oisicr,
At Columbus R11.0:
Batteris: ecoiumuus, oie ana nmiwi;
Kansa City, Morgan and O'Connor.
At I)ulsvilI- R.H.B.
SL Paul 9 V 2
Louisville 1 ? 2
Batteries: St. I'aul, Karger ana Miner:
Louisville. R. Ctemroons,' Northrun and
At Toledo R.II.K.
Toledo 8 M
Minneapolis 6 6 6 1
uatterie: Toieoo, iienaerson ana uv
Ingston: Minneapolis, Young, Olmstead,
Hogue. Burns and Smith,
At Indianapolis-. R.II E.
Indianapolis 7 10 4
Milwaukee 3 4 2
Batteries Indianapolis Srhnrdt and
Clark. Milwaukee SlapnUka, Noel
Hushe and Marshall.
ADAMS WINS HIS GAME
His Three-Sackcr is Only Hit Mado
in Gaino Off Fronune.
HARD LUOIC 1X)R JOE TINKER
Cinci Loses I'i tellers' llnttlo in
Which Froinine Has tlio Best of
tho Argument Except in
CINCINNATI, May 4,-Adams and
Fromme took port In a great pitchers'
battle today, the former defeating Cin
cinnati, 1 to 0. sOnly three hits wero mado
in the gome, Adams allowing two tof
these and Fromme one. It so happened
that Adams obtained the only hit that
was made off Fromme, a triple that fol
lowed closely upon a baso on balls and
thus enabled the visitors to tally the only
err. it. .. 4
Ilooe, cf... 4
IJrro, Sb.,. 3
WlHon. rf., 4
Butltr, tb. , I
VIoi, si..,. I
KHtjr ,o., 1
OBMcher. It. 4
ODitu, rf... 4
0Tlnr, is,., 4
OH'Kitll, lb i
OMiiim, ct. i
0Kcn. lb,., i
0Almld. lb I
OCItrke, o.,, 1
OFromm. p. I
Totll....27 1 37 S Ot it I e,,"l10l
Pittsburgh 00100000 01
Cincinnati 00000000 0-4
Two-base hit: Bates. Three-base hit:
Adams. Sacrifice hltsi Kelly, Byrne.
Stolen base: Egan. Left on basos: Pitts
burgh, 4; Cincinnati, 8. Basses oil balls:
Off Adams, 1: off Fromme, 3. Time: 1:30.
Umpires: Brennan and Rason.
Konctchy Saves Day.
CHICAGO. May 4. Chicago lost tho
farewell game prior to their departure
for a long eastern trip today, when the
St. Louis team batted the ball for a
total of twenty hits and won, 10 to 8,
after thirteen Innings.
The game was more or less of a. farce.
Tho visitors ran out pt pitchers, and
called on First Baseman Konetchy, who
pitched far the best game of any of the
St. Louis slabmen. Catchers, nn out
fielder, also was called on to occupy the
Richie opened for Chicago and held the
visitors at his mercy until the eighth
Inning, when he weakened and the
visitors made two runs by bunching hits
behind Zimmerman's error. Richie lost
control of the ball in tho ninth Inning
and, after filling the bases with one out
was relieved by Humphries, who was hit
hard, the visitors scoring six runs.
Cathers opened the ninth inning for St,
Louis and through his wlldness and
bunched hits the locals tied tho score.
Konetchy came to the rescue.
Two singles and a triple gave St Louis
two runs and the game In tho thirteenth.
8T. LOUIS. ClIIOAQO.
HuRilm, 2b 7 i
L. Me, It. 7 4
Whltted, Ib7 I
Ko'etchy, lb 7 1
Blxcird, rt. 4 1
4 1 oClrroer, ct. t
2 0 OSohulte. rf. 6
2 2 0 Miller, If... 4
00 Z'ermin, tb 4
1 0 0 Baler, lb... 4
0 0 OETers, 2b... S
4, 1 ODridwell, M I
1 5 Ocorrldon, u 1
t 1 0 Archer, c... (
0 1 Omenta, p... 4
0 2 Oltu'phrlee, p 2
0 0 0 Good 0
rlu, rf... 0
Oikea, ct... 5
O'lAlTJ, . t
McLean, o, 4
Perrttt, p.. 1
Ptllee, p.... 1
ETn .... 1
Wlllli. p... 0
Wlngo .... 1
Cttbert, plb J
0 0 0
0 0 0 TOUU....44 11 1 U
4 0 0
Tottl It 20 M It 0
Batted for Bailee in eighth.
Batted for Willis In ninth.
St. Louis 000000026000 210
Two-base hits: McLean, Schulte, Mageo,
Wlngo. Three-base hit: Miller. lUts:
Off Perrttt, 7 In three Innings i off Bailee,
2 In four Innings; off Willis, 1 in one In
ntir: off Catchers. 1 In one-third inning;
off Konetchy, 1 In two-thirds Innings; off
Richie, 18 in eight ana one-imra innings;
off Humphries, 7 in four and two-thirds
innings. Sacrifice hits! Miller (2). Brld-
well, Peltz. Bacruice ny; Zimmerman,
Stolen bases: Clymer (2). Doublo ploys:
Zimmerman to Evers to Saler (2), uaKea
to McLean. Left on bases: St Louis, 8:
Chicago, 13. Bases on balls; Off Perrttt,
2; off Willis, l; off Cathere, 2; off
Konetchy, 4; off Richie. 2. Hit by pitched
ball; By Gathers .(Miller). Struck out;
By Richie, 2; by Humphries, 2; by Bailee,
3; by Willis, 1; by Konetchy, 3, Wild
pitches: Richie, Willis, Humphries. Time;
2;45. Umpires: owens ana uutnne.
TEOUMEH WINS TRACK
MEET FROM AUBUDN
TECUM BEH, Neb., May 8.-(SpeclaU-Tecumseh
won from Auburn in the dual
track met here Friday, high school
Townsend, Tecumseb, won the 100-yard
dash. Time, 0:11.
Graf, Tecumseh, won the half-mile
dash. Time, 2:16.
Townsend, Tecumseh, won the 230-yard
dash. Time, 0:23,
Bellas, Auburn, won the high Jump in
E feet and 2 Inches.
Graf, Tecumseh, ewon the mil run.
Shaw, Tecumseh, won the broad Jump.
Distance, 1$ feet and 0 Inches.
Shaw, Tecumseh, won the shot put.
Distance, 39 feet and 9 inches.
Masten. Auburn, won the 440-yard dash.
uvingston, Tecumseh, won the pole
vault Distance, 9 feet and 2 Inches.
The Auburn team won the relay race.
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Schedule for Coming Season Mado
Publio and is a Live One.
EIGHT TROPHY CUPS OFFERED
Upwards of Thirty Mntoh nnil
Chnitiptonnlilp Plnya Arrnnired
by Johnson nntl Golf
The golf schedule for the coming sea
son at the Happy Hollow olub Is one of
the most Interesting for the enthusiasts
that has been prepared In years. Charlie
Johnson, with tho assistance of tho golf
committee, W. G. Shafei', T. L. Austin
and G, M. Durkce, made publla tho
Eight cups will be offered for prises
during the summer and upwards ot
thirty match and championship plays
have been arranged. Following is 'tho
schedule in detail:
The First "Divot."
Saturday. Mav 17 Elahteen-holo hnntll
cap medal play, three classes, scratch
to 8, 9 to 16, 17 and over.
Saturday. Mav 24 lClKlitoon-holo handl
cap medal play, threo classes, scratch
to 8. 0 to 16. 17 and over. Prlso for each
class, golf shoes given by C. S. Hay
wAi-d. Wlnnnrn of naah clans will als
bo presented with buttons, gold, sliver
and bronse, respectively, given by F.
Riebol, Jr. Buttons to bo played for at
match play all season. Holders subject
to chollonge weekly by players In their
nwn handicap oioss, ana maiones mum
bo played within one week from dato
of cnauenge, unacr ponany ui uom.v.
Holders of buttons on date of annual
golf dinner become permanent possessors.
Decoration Day. Friday, May 30-Bwat-fcBt.
Klghteen-holo handicap medal
play, ten to quality. The ten men quali
fying will start at tenth tee at 4:45 o'clbck
In afternoon. Prlto for winner presented
bv Dr. J. J. Poster. Prlie for runner-up
presented by .10, J. Wolf. u. .
Baturaay, juay i .miuii-iiuio
cap match play against bogey, eight to
qualify. First ploy, Ml, tor John H.
Saturday, Juno 7 Kighteen-hole handi
cap modal play. Prise for winner pre
sented by W. G. Uro. fc
Baturaay, June it juignieuiiuuij iwwi
cap match play against bogey, eight to
uallty. for muicn vw, n
lUnmifiv. June lft Tom Morris trophy.
Team of eight men to play against par.
June 15 to 21 Trans-Mfsslsslppl Golf
association championship meet at Glen
Echo Country club, St. Louis.
Saturday, June 21 Eighteen-hole handi
cap medal play for prise, presented by IS.
EX Klmberly. . .
Saturday, Juno 28 Two-boll foursome,
four pair to qualify, for match play.
Prlres presented by A. A. MoClure.
Friday, July 4 Bogey Ha contest
for prise presented by John L. Webster.
Approaching and putting contest starts
at 4 p. m. Three prises. ...
Saturday, July 6 Kightoen-hole handi
cap medal play, sixteen to qualify for
match play. Pri.xe, George 1L Payne
ClBaturday, July 12 Klghteen-hole handi
cap match play against bogey, eight to
qualify. Prize presented by L blb
bernseu. July 18 to 19 Nebraska Btat Golf as
sociation championsnip neci &t Omaha
Field club. . .
July 21 to 20 Western Golf association
amateur championship meet at Home
wood Country club, Chicago.
Saturday, July 20-Juallfylng round
elghteen-hole medal play, forty-eight to
qualify In three flights. Championship
tllght, prize for winner, president's
trophy presented by President Charles
Harding. Prise for runner-up, cup
presented by R. M. Lavorty. Second
tllght, prize for winner, loving cup
presented by C. C Georeo. Prize for
runnerup, electric coffee percolator
presented by W. B. Wright. Third flight,
prize for winner, loving cup presented
by Ouy Liggett. Prize for runnerup,
umbrella presented by C. C. Belden. Prize
for low handicap qualifying score, mili
tary brushes presented by C. R. Sher
man and A. B. MoConnoll.
Saturday, August 2 Eighteen-hole
handicap medal play, eight to qualify.
Second play for John H. Beaton cup.
Saturday, August 9-Eighteen-hole
handicap match play against bogey for
prize presented by N, C. Leary.
Saturday, August 16 Kighteen-hole
handicap match play against bogey,
tight to qualify. Prize, carving set
presented by 11. M. Rogers.
Haturday, August 23 Kighteen-hole
handicap medal play for prize presented
by Frank J. Norton.
Baturday, August 90 Eighteen-hole
handicap medal play, eight to qualify.
Prize, J. E. George cup.
Labor Day, Monday, September 1
Handicap best ball, 4-ball foursome, for
prize presented by J. L. Van Burgh and
K. A. Nordstrom. Driving contest starts
at 4:30 p. m. First prize, golf bag;
second prize, golf club,
Saturday, September 6 Kighteen-hole
handicap match play against bogey, Spe
Saturday, September 13 Eighteen-hole
medal play for prize presented by T, J,
Saturday, September 20 Team match.
All matches must be played within one
week from date of pairings, under pen
alty of default.
Hastings Defeats flrand Inland.
GRAND ISLAND, Neb., May 4.-(8pe-clal
Telegram.) Hastings and the Grand
Island leaguers played an exhibition
game today before a crowd of 700. The
Hastings 1 0 0 0 8 3 0 0 1-11 15 1
Grand Island 000040002 6 10 4
Earned runs: Hastings, I; Grand Is
land, 4. Two-base hits: McCabe. Gett
man. Ling (2), Fortman, Burgelln (2),
Smith (S). Base hits: (Tacke) and (Mar
shall). Batteries: Hastings, Norton,
Riley, Dletz and Downey; Grand Island,
Manke, jotinson, ouuter, voe ana nmun.
At Memphis Memphis, C; Nashville, 2.
At Mobile Mobile. 9; Atlanta, 4.
At New Orleans New Orleans, 4; Bir
At Montgomery Chattanooga, S; Mont
gomery, 4. (ten innings.)
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TIGERS STOP THE SOX
Error by Easterly Etmblctt Detroit
to Haul Off ChtrnRo.
DURUO 18 IN FINE FETTLE
Ho Holds (ha Box to Six Hit
Crawford Lanln Html on tho
Ilnlil for Two Kxtra
CHICAGO, May 4. Easterly's error en
abled Detroit to chock Chicago's winning
streak today, and tho visitors won, 3 to
1. A single, a sacrlflco and a triple gaVo
the visitor thei first run, and a Blngle
following a fielder's choice in which
Easterly throw wild In an attempt to
catch Crawford between homo and third,
nottod tho other run.
Dubuo was opposed by White and
pitched masterly ball, holding tho locals
to six hits. Score:
Duth, hi..., i 1 I t OtUth, Ih... 4 0 i I 0
yitt, lb.... t I t 4 OLortl. lb.,., i 0 t 1 0
Crwforii, rf 4 110 OCotllnt, rf.. 4 12 0 0
OoM, cf..,, t 0 t 0 OPcrton, lb.. I 0 II) 0 0
Vfoh, If.., 1 0 1 0 Olditrrlr, o. 4 0 t i I
Honanu, lb t 1 It 0 OMlttkk, ct. 4 t I 0 0
Dil, lb,... I 0 1 t OBchillcr, If. I 1 0 6 0
Btiniz, c, 4 16 1 OWotVfr, in., t 0 I 1
Whltt, p... 3 0 3 3 0
Dubun, p.., 4 10 4 O'Krommn ,. 1 0 0 0 0
ToUla....ll I 37 IS 0Uni, p... 0 0 0 0 0
TOUU....M S 37 14 3
Batted for White In eighth.
Detroit 00200000 0-2'
Chicago v 00001000 0-1
Two-base hit: Craford. Three-baso
hits; Crawford, Dubuo. Hits: Off White,
7 in eight Innings; off Lunge, 1 in one
Inning, Sacrifice hits: Deal, Vltt. Stolen
buses: Bush, Schaller, Doublo plays:
Deal to Vl(t to Rondeau, Rath to Weaver
to Rorton. Left on bases: Detroit, 9;
Chicago, B. Bases on balls: Off Whlto,
6; off Dublic, I. Hit by pitched ball: By
Dubuo (Lord). Struck out: By White.
3; by Dubuo, 2; by Lange, 1. Time:, 1:W.
Umpires: Evans and Hlldebrand.
WEST DES MOINKS HIGH
GOING TO VALLEY MEET
DES MOINES, May -l.-West Des
Moines High will probably be tho only
Iowa high sohool to tako part In tha
Missouri Valley Interscholastlo meet at
St. Josoph, Mo., Saturday. Tho local
loam is unusually strong in tho quarter
mile, half-mile and mile runs, but Is weak
In all other departments. It won the
only meet held thus far In Iowa totalling
85 points In the Simpson interscholastlc.
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MICHIGAN LOSES DUAL MEET
Cornell Wins Field Event by Score
of 85 to 32.
OUTCOME GENERAL SURPRISE
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ITHACA. N. y May 4.Cornell
(Asily defeated Michigan in the first
dutl track meetof tho year yesterday,
tha corrected scoro being 85 to 83.
The outcome was a. surprise to both
colleges, but was brought about by the
absenco of Harf. the quarter and half
mllo Michigan runner, and by a mishap
to Craig, tho Wolverine hurdler. Craig
fell over a hurdlo at the beglnnlna ot the
low hurdlo event ana was distanced. Half
was too Inmo from a pulled tendon to
Cornell's surprises wero noted In the
sprints and In the two miles. Stelden
won tho two-mile run with ease. Reller,
tho Cornell sprinter, ran the 100 yards in
ten seconds flat and was followed by
bis teammate, Ingersol), by a fiw feet
Although no track records were broken,
tho quarter was fnst, as was the high
hurdle event, which was won by Whlnery
In W& seconds. Captain Paul Jones of
Cornell won his event handily in the
half-mllo and mile,
Michigan made tho best showing In the
high Jump and hammer throw in which
events tho Wolverines won their only first
placos. They landed first and thirdi in
tho high Jump. Thoy won second place
in five events only, Cornell taking all
other first and second places, a total of '
eleven firsts and eight seconds.
KELLY ELECTED CAPTAIN
OF THE CrtEIGHTON TEAM
Jimmy Kelly, third corner guardian on
tho Crctghton varsity base ball team, waa
Friday nfternon elected .captain of the
varsity team for this season. Kelly suc
ceeds Morlts Miller, the big catcher, who
left the team early lost week.
Kelly Is extremely popular with the
players and students, and is regarded as
an authority on inside base ball. This la
only his secpnd year on a Crelghton team.
He played there three years ago, but left
school at the end of the year, and has
not since played on a varsity team. Ha
Is now a student at the medical college,
having Just completed his second year.
He Is an Omaha boy.
With Kelly at the helm, the Crelghton
team can be expected to play scientific
base ball, relying upon base running and
inside base ball as much as heavy hit
ting. DEER, DEER A
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