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    Jeff Says it
ROURKES WALLOP GRIZZLIES
Hit Two of the Denver Pitchers at
Will and Win.
CLOSMAN IS IN FINE FORM
Holds the SfotintnlneerM to Five lilt
(While III Teammates Lnnd
Snfely Seventeen Times
for Twelve Rum.
DENVKR, May ll.-Omaha hit two
Denver pitchers at will and -won the sec
ond game of the series, 12 to 2. The bat
tins of Coyle. Thomnson and Kane fea
tured for Omaha. Closman was In fine
form, holding Denver to five hits. Score.
DENVER.
All. It. H. O. A. E.
Gllmore, If ... 4 0 0 2 0 0
Cassldy, rf 4 0 13 0 0
Chhannell, cf ....... 4 0 0 2 0 0
Qulllln, 3b : 4 1113 0
J. IcIlCil, fU. O V I O d X
Fisher, lb 4 0 1 . S 0 1
Block, c 3 0 17 2 0
Matthews, ss 1 0 0 0 0 1
Schrelber, p 1 0 0 0 0 0
1 apanr v l u u u u v
Harris, p 1, 0 0 0 4 0
Total 31 2 5 27 14 3
OMAHA.
AB. R. H. O. A. E.
Justice, ss ........... C 2 2 3 5 0
Coyle,, If 5 5 3 0 0 0
Thomason, cf 3 3 3 8 0 1
Kane, lb 6 1 3 12 2 0
Congalton. rf 6 0 2 2 0 0
Johnson, c 5 0.1 2 2 0
Schlpke, 2b .' 5 0 2 2 5 0
Grubb, 3b' 2 0 0 1 3 1
Closman. p 5 1 1 3 2 0
Totals ..42 12 17 27 W 2
Batted, for Schrelber 1 nthe fifth.
Batted for Matthews In the fifth.
Denver 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 ? 2
Omaha V.t.... 2 0. 0 0 3 1 04 .213
Stolen base: Qulllln. Two-base hits!
Justice, Cassldy. Three-base hit: Thom
ason. Sacrifice, flies: Congalton, Thom
ason. Struck out: By Schrelber, 3; by
Harris, 2; by Closman, 2. Bases on balls:
Off Schrelber. 4; off Harris, 3: off Clos
man, 1. Double plays; Justice to
Schlpke tp Kane, Closman to Kane. Qull
lln to .Block. Hit by pitched ball: French.
Left on bases: Denver, 5; Omaha, 2. In
nings pitch: By Schrelber, five (5 runs,
7 hits); by Harris, four (7 runs, 10 hits).
Time: 2:00. Umpire: FItzslmmons.
I
llOEllIiBH PITCHES TIGHT GAMES
. Topekn I. nils Are Unnhle to Hit Mm
I nt All In the Plnchea.
TdPRKA. Mav 11. Boehler could not
be touched In the pinches, up to the
ninth and St. Joseph took the first game
nt the. sarteR. The locals staged a bat-
tinrr miiv in thn last lnninc. manager
Gear, pinch hitting for Reynolds, open-
I . .f,...V,1 a Kiif a1I nna fllti fi ?-
of evening the tne score, forsine s caicn
of G. Watson's fly to deep center and
Westerzll's fielding at third featured.
o '' -v. .wT - : . .
Score;
TOPEKA.
AB. R. H. O. A. E.
Cochran, Sb 2
Lee, if. 5
Forsytho, cf 3
McLarry. rf 4
Happs, Id 6
French, ss 6
McAlister, c. , 4
Smith, 2b S
Reynolds, p
Gear 1
1
1
4
1
14
0
3
3
0
0
Totals 35 4 9 27 16 2
ST. JOSEPH.
AB. R.' H. O. A. B.
Kelly. If.
R. Watson, rf 6 . 3 4 l o
G, WatBon. rf; 4 l l 1 1 0
'.willing, lb- 0 2 12 0 0
? I I
Melnkerss::.: J 0 0 2 2 0
Kptlpr c. 4 0 16 10
BoehTe'r. i. .." 3 0 1 0 0 0
Totals 24 5 U 27 13 0
Batted for Reynolds In the ninth.
Tnnek, 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 8 t
St Joseph 2 1 0 0 0 U 0 1 1-5
Two-base hits: Gear. McLarry. Sacri
fice hits: Westerzll. Melnke. Boehler.
Kacrince fly: 55wllllng. Double plays:
French to Smith to Rapp. G. Watson to
Zwi l ing. Stolen bases: Cochran, Lee,
nff Reynolds. 4; off Boehler. 6. Struck
?.f. 'S?.1!?!:,,!. f. hv Boehler. 6. Wild
mtrh By Keynoias. i.
1 It by Pitched ball: By Boehler. 1. Time:
2:30. Umpire: Anderson.
HAD lNNl.NTlSI5S FOR WICHITA
Ucs Molne- Score. Five Run- In the
Seventh, Which Are Enough.
WICHITA. Kan., May ll.-Des Moines
mado m-rrun. In' the seventh on three
singles, two walks, a wild pitch, a sacri
t ice f fly. an error, giving a lead which
Wichita was unable to overcome The
Des Moines pitchers were wild In tne
lauer Imilngi, but had fast support.
Score: '
WIIHITA.
O. A. E.
0 0 0
0 2 0
6 0 0
8 0 0
2 1,0
1 0 0
6 2 0
4 2 1
0 0 0
0 10
0 0 0
0 1 0
0 0 0
0 0 0
27 9 1
O. A. E.
0 0 0
3 1 0
4 1 0
2 0 0
2 7 0
12 0 0
1 2 0 1
3 0 0 1
0 0 1 1
0 1 1
Hughes, 2b.
Bapp, ss.
Thomas, p....
Scott. P
Totals.
DES MOINES.
ahn, rt
pdreas, 2b.
c -. If
.. 5
.. S
.. 4
.. 4
.. 4
.. 4
5
4
3
.. 1
I
in
X
0
0
0
0
Was Worth the
J
Standing of Teams
Gnmea Today.
Western League St. Joseph at To
peka, Des Moines at 'Wichita, Sioux City
at Lincoln, Omaha at Denver.
.f T . . TW . t r. V. 1 . of T Vl f 1 n .
delphla. Cincinnati at Brooklyn, Chicago
at New xorK. ijouis i oi
American League- Washington at St.
Louis, Philadelphia at Chicago. Nw
York at Cleveland, Boston at Detroit.
American Ias:ueWaslugton atMw
Louis. Philadelphia at Chfogo. Now
Tork at Cleveland, Boston at Detroit.
Lafferty, p J j) u Z -
Total 33 6 16 ST 14 1
Batted for Thomas In the seventh.
Batted for Scott In the ninth.
Des Moines .0 0 0 1 0 0 5 0 0-6
Wichita 0001000 1-4
Left on bases: Wichita, 7; Des Molncs,
10 Two-base hits: Andreas. Rapp, Jones.
Home run: Jones. Stolen bases: Jones.
Hits: Off Stelgcr. 8 In five nnltigs; off
Durham, 4 In one and one-third Innings,
off Thomas. 1 In two-third Innlngf off
Scott. 3 In two innings; off Lakaff.3 In
six Innings; oK Sweet. 2 In' two and on
t.ivi inning, nff r.ffirtv. 1 in two-third
Innings. Struck outr By Lakaff. 2; by
Durham, z; by scoit, z: oy oweei, i.
Bases on balls: Off Durham. 1; oil
Thomas. 1; off Lakoff. 2; off Sweet, 3.
Time: 2:25. Umpire: Slglcr.
ANTELOPES OUTHIT THE SIOUX
BInnk the Indians, While They Vile
Up ft Total of Pour linns.
LINCOLN, Neb., May 12. Lincoln out
hit and outflelded BIoux City today, and
tinn hv a mrn of. 4 to 0. Up to the
sixth Inning It was a tight pitcher's battle
between Smith ana urown.
The two Infield hits, a base on balls,
and two errors netted the Lnlcolfis two
runs. Another came In the seventh on a
pass, an out and a long single. Cole's
home run In the eighth brought the total
up to four. Only twice In the agme did
the. visitors get a runner as far as third
base. Score:
LINCOLN.
AB. R. H.
Lloyd, 2b 3 0 ,0
Mullen, lb 4 0 I
CObb, rf.. 3 0 1
McCormlck, if 4 12
Cole, cf 3 11
Btrbour, 3b 3 11
Collins, Ss 4 0 1
Baker, o .' 4 0 0
Smith, p.....t. 3 10
Totals 31 4 8
SIOUX CITY.
AB. R. H.
Smith, 2b 3 0 0
Cooney, ss 4 0 2
Clarke, If '. 4 0 0
Davidson, cf 3 0 1
Breen, rf 3 0 0
Lindsay, lb 3 0 1
James. 3b 4 0' 1
Rapp, c 3 0 1
Brown, p 2 0 1
Holmes 10 0
Totals 30 0 7
O. A. E.
3 0 4
11 0 0
10 0
2 0 0
0 0 0
6 2 0
12 1
3 3 0
13 0
27 14 1
O. A. E:
2 2 0
12 0
2 0 0
3 0 1
10 0
9 10
10 0
6 12
0 6 1
0 0 0
24 17 4
Batted for Brown in the ninth inning.
Lincoln i...O 0000211 4
sioux city o ooooooo o-o
Home run: Cole. Two-base hlt:McCor
mlok. Double plays: Lloyd to Collins to
Mullen; Barbour to Mullen. Stolen bases:
Mullen, Collins. Sacrifice hits: Mullen,
Breen. Struck out: By Smith, 3; by
Brown, 3. Bases on balls: Off Smith, 5;
off Brown, 4. Left on bases: Lincoln, 8:
Sioux City, 9. Time: 1:37. Umpire: Se
grlst. Bellevue's Base Ball
Squad to Make Trip
Captain Quackenbush's athletes at
Bellevue will leavo Elk hill the latter
part of the week on a short tour of the
schools In the southern part of the state.
The men representing the school on the
base ball squad will leave May 15 and
open the series with Cotner at Bethany
the samo day. The Wesleyan team will
be played at University Place the fol
lowing day. Saturday the team will meet
Doane at Crete and wjll return home lato
Saturday evening,
CREIGHT0N JUNIORS LEAD
IN INTER-CLASS LEAGUE
The Juniors still lead the Interclass
base ball league at Crelghton university.
as no one has as yet succeeded In puttl'ig
a crimp In their championship aspirations.
To date they have won three games, all
in which they have performed. Bush
man, their twlrler, has proved a puzxK
and Pass, the. varsity catcher, has made
It Impossible for opposing teams to run
the bases at random.
Fourth and third high classes are fol
lowing close, and a slipup by the leaders
means a tie for first place.
The league managers plan to close the
series on June 6, Just before the begin
ning of the final examinations in the arts
college.
The present standing:
W.
L.
0
1
1
Pet.
Juniors
Fourth High .,
Third High B.
Freshmen
Seniors
Third High A.
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PITCHERS DO SPLENDI WORK
Win Two Games for the All-Nations
Over the Storz Triumphs.
DONALDSON IS THE REAL STAR
He Striken Ont Twentjr-Eljtht at the
BreTrery Hitters In the Second
Game Mfmlci, the Cnbnn,
Also Shines.
Fred Bradford's semi-professional ball
tosscrs, tho Storz Triumphs, dropped both
games of a double-header to the All
Nations yesterday afternoon at Rourke's
park. Masterful pitching on tho part of
the visiting team spelled defeat for the
locals. Donaldson, who hurled the second
game struck out twenty-eight batters
winning the gamo In twelve Innings', 1 to
2. Tho first gams was lost by tho Tri
umphs, to the tun of 1 to 0, In seven
Innings.
Mendez, the Cuban wonder, who two
years ago defeated tho Philadelphia At
letlcs, by a 1 to 0 score, was directly re
sponsible for the winning of both games
for his team. In the first game, the
one In which he pitched he gave but
two hits and scored tho only run of the
game In the fifth Inning with a two-base
Mi. In tho second battle he made a
wonderful catch off Durkco's Texas
leaguer over short. Graham was on sec
ond when Durkco bathed what looked to
be a sure hit. Mendez started running
with the ball at the crack of the bat
and caught It with a leap, making the
third out, Just as Graham reached the
plate.
Scores Winning Ran.
Then In the twelfth Inning he doubled,
stole third and scored on Donaldson's in
field hit. It was tho winning run of
the gamo as the Storz failed to score
In their half of the final Inning.
Both games were fast and Interesting.
The pitching of Donaldson In tho second
game was the feature. Fifty men faced
him and twenty-eight were sent to tho
bench through tho strike-out route. He
passed seven men and gave six hits.. At
only one stage of tho game was he In
danger and that was In the fifth In
ning, when with the bases full and but
two uot he struok out the next two men
to face him, including "Doc" Wolch, the
former Oniaha player. Ho managed to
strike out every one of the Btorc players
at least once and Olson whiffed five
times. Eddlo Crelghton was the only
local man, who could seem to connect
safely. Crelghton got three singles In
four time at bat.
An unusually large crowd was out to
witness tho game. The Storz team put
up a fine exhibition of base ball and
-would have won, but for the wonderfut
work of tho opposing twlrler. They
managed to hit the ball hard enough in
the second game, but when hits were
needed they were not forthcoming,
Ont One Run.
The visitors made the only run In the
first game. In the fifth Inning with
two men down, Castanler walked nnd
scored on Mendez' double to center,
In the second game the Storz drew
first blood. In the first inning with two
down, Drummy walked and scored on
Welch's double. The visitors tied It in
the fourth. Donaldson landed safe on
an Infield hit, went to second on a dead
ball and scored on Wallas single to
right. In the fifth they made another,
Mendez singled, took second on a sacri
fice and scored on Reeve's double.
The Storz tied the score again In the
sixth. Prucha trlplod and scored on Fal
coner's single.
In the twelfth Mendez doubled, stole
third and scored on Donaldson's infield
hit. Score:
First Game
ALL-NATIONS.
AB. R. H.
Walla, 3b 4 0 1
Castanler, lb 2 11
Mendez, n 2 0 1
Blatner, 2b 3 0 0
Reeves, a 3 0 0
Donaldson, If 2 0 0
Dunbar, cf 3 0 0
Bhullafoo, ss 2 0 0
Natto, rf 3 0 1
O.
0
4
4
6
3
2
0
1
1
A. H.
1 (
1
2 1
0 (
2 (
0 (
0 (
3 1
0 (
Totals 24 1 4 21
STORZ TRIUMPHS.
AB. R. II. O.
Graham, 2b 3 0 11
Durkee. 3b 8 0 0 1
Drummy, lb 8 0 0 10
Welch, rf 8 0 12
Prucha, c 3 0 0 6
Falconer. cf 2 0 0 1
Daugherty, ss ...... 3 0 0 0
Hachten, If 2 0 0 0
Kelley, p 2 0 0 0
A.
3
1
1
0
0
0
1
1
Totals .....24 0
Storz Triumphs
Runs ,.0 0
Hits , 1 0
2 21
0 0
0 0
0-0
1
All-Nations
Runs
Hits
Stolen bases:
Two-base hits:
0 0 0 0 1 0 0-1
1 0 2 0 1 0 04
Prucha. Castanler (2)
Graham, Walla, Mendez.
Double play!
IVummy to Graham,
Struck out. By Kelley. 5: by Mendez. 4.
a., i i.nr, on hasps: stnrz. S: aii.Kh,
Bases on balls: on Kelley, t; oil Men
tlotis, 7. Time:
1:20. Umpire: Friest.
Second Gaim
STORZ TRIUFPHS.
All. R. 11.
A. E
Graham, 2b 5
Durkee. 3b 4
Drummy. lb 5
lVcl'b. rf , 4
1 Prucha. If ........ 4
'F.l-orer rf . 5
r .1 chcrtv ts .. .8
J Crelghton, c ........ 1
OMAITA. MONDAY, MAT
Olson, p S 0 0 0 3 0
Total 42 2 6 36 It 4
ALL-NATIONS.
AB. ' R II. O. A. E.
Walla, Sb 6 0 2 0 0 1
Castanler, lb 6 0 0 4 0 0
Mendez. ss 6 2 3 2 1 0
Blntncr, 2b 5 0 1 0 2 0
Reeves. O 6 0 2 2S 0 0
Donaldson, p 6 13 110
Dunbar, it fi 0 0 0 0 0
Bhullafoo, cf 5 0 0 1 0 0
Nalto, rf 5 0 10 10
Totals 49 3 12 26 S 1
Btors Triumphs
Runs 1 0000100000 0 Z
Hits 1 1001200001 0-6
All Nations-
Runs ....0 001 1000000 1 S
Hits 2 0032011001 2-12
Stolen bases: Graham. Falconer. Dur-
kee, Mendez. Sacrifice hits: Prucha,
Blatner. Two-base hits: Welch, Reeves.
Mendez. Three-base hits: Pruchn. Men
dez. Double play: Drummy to Daugh
erty to Drummy. Struck out: By Olson.
13: by Donaldson, 28. Bases on balls: Off
Olson, 1: off Donaldson, 7. Hit by pitched
ban: woicn, uurkee, Dunbar. Loft on
bases: Storz. 14: All-Nations. 11. Time:
2:32. Umpire: Frlcse.
Grand Island
Looks for Huge
Opening Crowd
GRAND ISLAND, Neb., May ll.-(Spo-
clnl.) Tho largest crowd that has ever
attended a bases ball game In Grand Is
land Is expected on Thurslny next, when
Hastings and Grand Island open the
State league season In tills city.
Tho Commercial club officials are or
ganizing a big parade, assisted by the
members of the Retail Merchants' asso
ciation and federation, and Mayor Ryan
has Issued a proclamation urging all
firms, so far as possible, to permit em
ployes to attend tho opening event on
the diamond."
Hitherto opening day has generally
been with a team, furthermore, from
quite a distance, while this year Hast
ings top notchcrs, representing a city
only twenty-five miles away,1 are ex
pected to bring with thorn a large num
ber of fans and fannies, if the weather
ts fair and motoring good.
Grand Island has recently added Ben
nett of Fremont's team to Its outfield
and has a new recruit as a twlrler In an
up-country find.
Hand Ball Craze Has
Hit Creighton High
A hand ball craze has struck the two
lower classes of tho high school depart
ment of Crelghton university and all
spare time Is spent In the ipaclous al
leys at the arts college.
Several new leagues have been organ
ized, so eager are the students to keep
continually at the game, Most of the
students of the two classes aro members
of more than one league.
The newest league to be formed Is an
Interclass one, in which the members of
the same class play singles. The leaders
of the classes' who nave aiready begun
this type of tournament are: Mergen,
second high B, nnd O'Nell, ntcond high
A. Second high D has started a tourna
ment In doubles and first high A will bc-
ging a tournament In singles Tuesday.
Tho major league, made up of throe-
man teams from these two classes, will
finish Its schedulo Tuesday. At present
Duffy seems to have tho pennant cinched,
as ho has won ten and lost three. He
has two more games to play nnd must
lose both to be tied with Ms nearest
competitor. Four teams aro tied for sec
ond place. They are led by Captains
Hasford, Madura, Thornton and O'Con-
nell. Each has won ten and lost five.
The winning team will receive three
Crelghton signet rings, The second and
thtrd teams will each receive three sil
ver Crelghton buttons.
In the Individual singles tournament
Collopy retains the lead with ten vie
torles and no defeats. Holbrook and Mc-
Avoy are tied for second place.
Armours Win from
Krug Ball Tossers
The Armours beat the Krug Brewing
company's team Saturday at Twenty
fourth and Vinton streets, 6 to 1. None
pf the Krugs reached first base until! the
sixth Inning, when Tracy singled, stole
second, third and came home on Mc-
Grath's fumble of Corcoran's poor throw,
Gumess was never In trouble, allowing
the Krugs only two Tills, one a scratch.
Tracy was wild, his eight bases on balls.
with his teammates' triors, losing the
game. The general play of Donovan, Mc-
G rath, Conroy, Gurness, Smith, Rapp and
Dennlson featured.
AitMouns. xitua imuwiNa co.
AB.H.O.A.E. AD.H.O.A.K.
Conror, lb.. 1 1 I 0 Smith. 3b.. 4 2 t 1
McGritti. lb 1 114 0 Ktllmtn, II I 0 0 0 0
UorwtiD, lb 4 0 1 1 IVtnoui, .. 4 1 0 0 1
Orr, cf.. 1 0 0 Olltchten, c. I 0 li 3 1
Donavm, c. 4 1 I 4 Openntton, lb 4 0 I 0 1
ll.ll'lt, M.rt 1 0 0 0 Oltipp, tb... 3 0 3 0
HUlt, If.... 4 1 1 0 OKocher. t 10 I
Itjn, rf.... 0 0 0 0 0 Murphy, rf. 3 0 0 0 0
flurnni, p. 4 3 0 6 OTrtcjr, p.... 3 1 0
Utterlkk. J 0 1 1 0
ToUls... .33 Z IS IS
Total..... I 3 It 1
Armours 00000410 05
1 Krug Brewing Co. 00000100 01
I Two-base hits: McGrath. Donovan.
Stolen hales Trary, Corcoran. Graves.
1 Hlatt. Donovan, Gurnets. Left on banc"
I Armours 12 Krugs, 1 Stn.ck out By
I (lums, 11, by Trary 11 Hairs on balls
Off Tracy 8. Hit by rlfhcd bull By
GurrcsH 3 Earned runt Armours, 1.
I Time. 1:60. Umpire; Murpby.
T2, TOTS.
Drawn
RAINS SP0ILTHE FISHING
Lakes and Rivers Swollen to Banks
with Muddy Waters.
FISH ARE REFUSING TO BITE
Locnl Sportsmen, HomiTer, Are
Getting Heady to Go to the
Minnesota Lnkes Within
n Short Time,
The recent rains navo not been con
ducive to much that goes to make the
angler's heart rejoice, as the rising
water of tho already swollen lakes and
streams Is not tho proper element to
whet tho appetites of tho Rama fls and
tho crapplo and stnaltor try hivo ceased
their voracious attitude, of two short
weeks ago.
Nevertheless several parties have suc
ceeded In catching strings at both Car
ter lake and Manawn, mostly crapple.
Tho persistent fishermen who haunt the
local lakes with their efforts, have about
given up, for the present at leaat.
Until wo have a spell of warm sun
shiny weather, which will soften the
waters and bring out tho hugs and In
sects, fishing will be a scarce quantity
around Omaha.
That this ts all that Is nocded Is proven
by tho fact that the week that wo did
havo real temperate weather tho deni
zens of the aqua pura bass, crapplo,
sunflsh, plko and all kinds, were caught
In goodly numbers by most anyone with
hook, line nnd a little patience. From
Enders, Hackbrrry, Dowey and the good
fishing lakes of tho northern counties
the, same condition prevails tho fish apj
their ready for tho hook when tho old
dame sees fit to sprinkle a Uttlo of her
springtide sunshtno' on the landscape.
Ddnn Finds Slnnr Rasa.
Chief of Police Dunn received a letter
from Clem Lhnglay of Enders lake a few
days ago, Inviting him to come up In
about a week and enjoy tho best bit of
bass fishing in the state. Enders Is one
of the most peculiar small bodies of
water tn Nebraska. With scarcely more
than five miles of shoreline, shallow nnd
filled with vegetatjon, It Is fntrly alive
with bass tho only fish that thrives in
Its waters. Fishing In tho early spring
Is at Its best In this lake, for when the
sun glows too warmly the fish becomo
sluggish, nnd although they will blto, do
not put up tho fight that Is the . grand
feature of their catching. In Minnesota
tlie season Is Just opening, according to
reportB received by local enthusiasts, and
as this Is probably the greatest angling
state In the union. It may he taken as a
proclamation that countrywide sport with
the rod Is not far off. The lakes in the
Immediate vicinity ot Mankato, Minn.;
Jefferson, Madison and Washington,
where so many Omahons go for spring
outings, are already about their business
of supplying the visitors with good sport,
and qulto a few people from this city
aro planning short trips to these three
lakes.
OLSON AND NUNAMAKER
MUST' REPORT ON FIGHT
CHICAGO, May 11. Third Baseman
Olson of the Cleveland club and Catcher
Nunamaker of the Boston team will be
suspended unless they file by Monday
with President Johnson of the American
leaHUo" fjill reports of tho general fight
among the players which took place after
the game In Cleveland on Wednesday.
This was announced at the president's
office yesterday after notice had been sent
to Olson and Nunamaker, demanding
their stories. They were ringleaders In
the battle under the stand, It was re
ported to President Johnson, whose "In
vestlsator," Umpire Connolly, was un
able hlmtelf, to learn anything of the
fight from the players.
ltd Walsh Wins Ills Game.
CHICAGO, May 11. Bd Walsh returned
n rh entnn todav after a long rest and
ChlcaKO defeated Philadelphia In the
opening game of tho series, 4 to 3. Ths
locals won the game by bunching hits;
after costly errors by Mclnnls and Baker.
Walsh weakened In the seventh and the
vi.ttnm bunched three hits behind a
base on balls and almost tied the score.
The feature or the game were oicinms
home run, Strunk's triple and the field
ing of Barry and weaver, ocore:
Batted for Thomas In seventh.
Batted for Brown In seventh.
iinttpil for Taff In ninth.
Philadelphia 00010020 0-
Chicago 1 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 4
Tiiroo-him hit: Strunk. Home run:
Mclnnls. Hits: Off Brown. 6 In six In.
nlngs; off Tarr, l in two innings, nacn
flee hit: Mattlck. Sacrifice fly: J.
Collins. Stolen base: Hath. Double
nlnva: Schalk to Weaver. Collins to Mc
lnnls to Barry- Left on bass: Phlla-
delnhla, 8; Chicago. 7. liases on nans:
Off Brown, 4; off Walsh, 4; off Taff, 1
nitihv nltched ball; By Brown (Ixrd)
Struck out: By Walsh, 6; by Brown, 2;
hv Taff. 1. Wild pitches: By Walsh. 2
Time: 2:09. Umpires: Hlldcbrand and
Kvans.
Ames I'naeh Under Knife.
IOWA CITY. la.. May U.-8peclal.)-Jnck
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coach who Is under contract to take
charge of tho Iowa athletes next year,
was operated oil yesterday at a Des
Molium hospital for uppcndlcltlx. He Is In
I a serious condition at tne present time.
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CHAMPS WIN FROM TIGERS
Take a Hotly Contested Game in the
Tenth Inning: nt Detroit.
GAME CHUCK FULL OF THRILLS
llall Slides Into Home rrlth Win
nlnir linn In the Tenth Speaker
ISniln the (lame liy Nrima
tlonal Cnteh.
DETROIT. May ll.After tlclng tho
score In tho ninth by a rally which pro
duced three runs, Boston took a desporato
ten-Inning struggle froln Detroit today
by a 6 to 4 count. Neal Ball, running
for Carrlgnn, slid home with tho deciding
tally when Hoopor bounced an ificld hit
to Vltt. It was a fust, thrilling, splen
didly played gamo from start to closo
and tho result was In doubt until Speaker
brought tho gamo to a conclusion by
dashing Into loft center nnd capturing
Crawford's lino drive. !aulen was on
third on Bush on second when Speaker
mnde the catch.
Boston scored In tho first on a wild
pitch. In the snmo Inning Lewis doubled
Vltt off first after catching Crawford's
fly In tho fifth, tho snmo fielder doubled
Cobb at tho pluto by a magnificent throw
after capturing High's drive. Thrco hits
helped Detroit produco two runs In the
sixth. Another trio of hits gave tho lo
oalB two more runs In the seventh. Speak
er's infield single, a pnss to Ix-wls, nGrd
ncr's triple and Knglo's fly to Vcnch en
abled tho world's champions to gain nn
evon footing in tho ninth. Score:
D0STON. DETIIOIT,
An.n.n.A.R. ah. 11, n. a n.
Hooper, rf.. 1 0 0 onuah, S 1 0 3 0
YerkM. Ib,. 1 3 3 0 Vltt. 5b.... 6 3 1 7 0
lfpir. ff.. 4 13 0 OCrtwfoM, lb 4 OH 1 0
If... 3 0 li 1 A Cobb. rt.... 4 3 1 0 0
Gardner 3b 4 t I 4 oVrach, If... 3 3 3 0 0
lCnl. lb... I. 0 14 0 Olllsti, ef ... 3 0 .3 0 0
vinit., ii, t 1 t I 0 Morlartr. 3b 4 lino
Carrlian, e. 4 3 3 3 0 Statute, 0... 4 1 0 0
Cadr, a 0 0 1 0 oi'uduc, p.. . 1 1 1,0 o
Colllm, p.. 4 1 0 4 0 Louden ...0 0 0 0 0
Dall 00000
Total J 11 J 10
Total!...,. 3 3 90 30 0
Ran for Dubuo In the tenth.
Boston 1 OOOOflOOS 16
Detroit 0 00003200 04
Two-base hits: Cobb. Vltt. Carrlgau.
Threo-buse IiUb; Tcrkes, Collins, Gard
ner, Carrlgan. Sacrifice hits; Voach,
men- sacrifice ny: lsngie. moien
bases; Voaoh, Morlarlty. Double plays;
Lewis to Kuglo; LowIh to Cnrrlgan; Bush
to Vltt to crawiord. l.eit on bases: Bos
ton, 3; Detroit, 5. Bases on balls: Off
Collins, 1; off Dubuc, 1. Struck out: By
Collins. 1; by Dubuc. 4. Wild pitch: Du-
duo. Time: im. umpires: uincon ana
Hart.
Fnlkenbere wln Six Straight.
CLHVBlAND. May 11. One of the
largest crowds that ever witnessed n
ball Kims hero saw Clevolnnd dnfout
New York today, 7 to z. This was Frank
Chance's first appearance on a Cleve
land diamond, scnuitx, wno started tho
game for New York was driven from
the box In the first lnlng when Jackson
When we discovered that Stag
FRAGRANCE, we said:
We have GOT to keep it fresh
and perfect.
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mm
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"EVER-LASTING-LY GOOD"
STAG
"Bud" Fisher t
nil a uomo run wun tnti dhscb iuii. in
his other three times at bat. Jackson
nrvuiru tL uouuio turn tww biiikicb. iviri-
far, who succeeded Schults was effec-
.1..- T k. I , I ... I. .k.... ....... . !.
MVC. A I1IB IB illU B1AIII lAIIIDUtUU.! . I.
tory for Pitcher Balkenberg, who has
1101 ueen uenieu mm schsuii. jii mu
luiiriu i-MiKcitcur iuivcii 111 iu.ivb
second run, but struck out the next bat
tor. Score:
CI.KVKI.ANT). Nam- YORK.
AUUiVAIX ADilltUiA &
Uol. 3b... 3 1 1 1 0 Daniel, rt.. 3 0 10 0
... . . k 1 . - A n , A A A A
Jarkson, rf. 4 4 3 0 OWoItur, cf... 4 t 3 6 I
napman is s s o a u iiariivii, o. a u a o
OlKn. 3b. . 4 1 0 4 OCrra, It 4 10 0 0
n'm's'm, tt 3 S 0 0 0Chaa. lb.,. 4 1(00
I ( A I . A-- - .(,
wranrj. 111. . v nuvj, v.. - - -
Carlach, e... 4 1 T 0 lMIAklff, tb. 4 1 3 0
Falktnh'K, p 4 1 t 3 ODerrlfk. al. 1 0 2 0 0
r.L',.i. a a 1 in
Totals.. ...M II 27 11 1 Srhultl, .,.
Klapfar, p,. 3 0 0 1 0
L1lvlt ... 0 0 0 0 0
.Chant .... 1 0 0
Totala 333 14 II 1
Batted for Derrick In fourth.
tln,..l fni. irinnra. tn nlnfth.
Cleveland 4 0 0 0 1 C 1 0 15 1st T
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New vorii uuujvvvv v
Two-base hits: Birmingnam, jacKson,
..,. tfl T 1, n nnnrtflAA
(VOlltT, iiuinii run". ..rul"
hits: Chapman (J), araney. Stlleit
play: Olson, Iojo!o and Johnston. Hits:
Off Schultx 5 In ono Inning; erf Klepfer
9 In suven Innings. Bases on balls: OK
Falkcnberg two; orr nieniir mo.
by pitcher: By Fjlkenborg two
(Sweeney twice), by Klepter, Lnjole.
Struck out: By Falkenborg, 5; by Kief,
ror, 4. Passed balls: Sweeney. Wild
'lit i.--u..i.. Tj.fl nn hmes:
Cleveland, B; New York. 3. Time: 2:91.
umpires: uonuouy nu mvutCuvji
( nmtl 11 Hi Tbilisi rltttfratftA
WnnMnRton this afternoon, 7 to 8. Both.
teams scorcu meir runa uy mi u
1.14- tatiil arfrfl A ftttllZlf. All
error, a sacrifice and another error In
tho first netted tho vllstprs a run. A hit
batsman, stolen base ana an error m .jmb
Inning evened It up for the home team
St. Louis went ahead In tho third Inning
when Schaefer dropped a. throw and
Williams drove the ball Into the stands
for n homo" run. A double, a. pass and
three slnglesh In tho fifth gavo Washing
ton two runs unit tied tho scoro. In the
eighth Ipnlng after 8t. Louis scored threo
runs on a pass, two singles and a double,
Hughes -rras relieved by Gallia. 8t Loutt
ud tied ono more run on an out and m
en or. Score: ,..
AH. ll.O. A. K. AB.H.O.A.E.
Moallar. rf- 4 1 10 OShottan, cf. 4 0 4 0 0
Schaeftr, lb 2 lit 0 Uohnaton, if. 1 0 1 0 0
Milan, cf. .. 4 1 1 0 oa.WU'mB. rf 4 2 0 0 0
Import?, 3b. 3 0 1 5 0 Pratt, tb... 4 13 11,
iMorgan, 3b. 4 0 1 I 0 nrlaf, lb.... 4 1 ( 0 0
Alnimltb. o. 4 1 2 2 OAnatln, 3b.. I 3 3 10.
Shank. If... 3 3 0 0 OWalab, aa... 3 0 1 1
Mcllrlde, aa 4 1 0 4 0Asnw, o... 4 0 3 3 0
lluihcn, p., 3 0 0 3 3B'm'c'd'r, p 3 0 0 3 0
nallla, p. .00000
It. William 1 0 0 0 0, Totala 30 ( 27 13 3
Total 30 7 34 13 3
Batted for Gallia In the ninth. ...
Washington 10002000 0-3
St. Louis 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 4 -7
Two-bass hits: Austin. Brief. Shank.
Home run: G. Williams. Hits, off Hughes,
G In soven innings oft Gallia, 0 tn on
Inning. Sacrifice hits: Hchaefer. Walsh.
Stolen liases: Johnston, Shanks. Milan.
Left on bases: St. Louis, 4: Washington.
7, Bases on balls: Off Hughes, 3; off
Baumgardner. 4. Hit by pitched ball: By
Hughes (Johnston), by Baumgardner
(Schaefer, Shanks). Struck out: By
Hughes, 2: by Baumgardner, 3. Time:
1:5R. Umpires: O'Loughlln and Ferguson.
So we put Stag" in
the 5 Cent Tin
HALF as much
At HALF the price
TWICE as fresh
So TWICE as nice.
Try it, brother, try it.