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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: MAY 1, 10 J.I.
BROWNS TAKEJAST GAME
Boston Scores in First on a Ease on
Balls and Shotton's Error.
HAHHTON IN GOOD FOKM
With Airtight Snppori, Si. Iionli
Hurler Would liar Shut Ont
Champion Score la Vour
ST. LOUIS, Mo.. May 17,-St Louis
won a fast game from the Bostons to
day, 4 to L Hamilton pitched an excel
lent game, for fit Louis. With airtight
support he would have shut Boston out.
Boston scored In tho first on ft base on
balls to Hooper and Shotton's error of
St Louie came back In the first and
scored two runs on Shotton's walk, n
sacrifice, singles by "Williams, Pratt and
Bruef and Speakers, error. Boston tied
tho score In the sixth, when Hooper
singled, went to third on Yerkes doublo
and scored when Speaker's pop fly fell
8t Louis scored after two were out
In tho sixth on Williams' triple and
Pratt's double. A doublo by Shotten and
Johnston's single scored the last run for
St Louie In the eighth. Score;
DOflTOK. ST. LOUIS.
ItooMf, rt.. 1 3 0 0 eShotten, el.. I U t I 1
YerkM. lb.. I I 1 t 0 Jofcnnon. Htl 1 0 0
Bpwksr cL.4 1 1 0 twillltnu. rJ4 1 4 9
ImkIb, It... 4 ISO Ol'rUI. tto.,,.1 21X0
attdntn tts i e i e 0))rif it.,.. a i it o o
lull, 111 1 0 0 0 OAiMtla, Sb... I 0 14 0
Wpi, H.. 0 4 1 OAimw, I S I I 0
csrrlxu, c. 1 I I Hamilton, pi M U
- Tcuii xj mis i
Boston 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0-2
Bt Louis, .4 0 0 0 0 i 0 1
Two-base hltst Ywliea, Pratt, Shotten.
Three-bwe hit: Williams. , SttcrUlce
hits: Johnston, CVUrltn, Ytrkcs. Left
on bascw: St Louis) r Boston, 4. - Bases
on balls: Off Hamilton,! off O'Brien, J.
Struck out: By Hamilton. t by- O'Brien.
4. Timet 1:45. Umpires; Hlldebrand and
CHICAGO CROWD PAYS
TRIBUTE TO CHANCE
(Continued from Page One.)
aisled In the ceremonies of the presenta
tion of a floral harp to Mannger Calla
han and a horeeahoe to Chance.
Several minor accidents were caused by
the collapsing of Improvised grandstands,
but none were hurt Score:
WW YOtlK. C1HCAOO. t
nn!l, rt . 4 I i t OBchilUr It.. 4 1 o e 0
Welter, ct, 4 0 3 ft 0Btrr. Ib... 4 1 0 1
Ituticlt. IN 4 1 4 1 Olx.fd. lb.... 4 114 0
rrrt, it ... . i s o vrournitr. in v u i a
Chsnee, lb.,i 4 0 OOoIIIm. rt . 1 1 1 0 0
ib... a i t a OMttiick, tt.. 4 a a o i
Bwrrair, c. 4 1 1 OWMfir, w.. 4 t 1 a 0
MltUlff, Ib, t 0 1 S lfkhlk, c...a 0 T 0 0
Derrick, si, a I 0 t riull, p.. 4 1 t 0 0
Kutiw. p.- a o e l o
aurrctt ...1 0 6 0 0 Totli.,...M 10 IT It S
Hip(f. p.,e o o v o
TeUU....U"3t 1 . . .
United for Keatlnr In the e ahth.
Now Tork 10000000 1-3
Chicago 00000321 -8
Two-base lilts: Hansen. Russell, llet-
rick. Weaver. Hltst Off KeaUng. 9 in
seven innnmes: otr Kiepier. i m one in-
n'.nr. Hacriflcn hits: SehalK. Collins.
Double plays: Alldklff to Uartsell. Chase
3; Chicago, 6, BoJeea on balls: Off Kiep
ier, x, Htruck out: uy jtussen. : oy
Keating. . ' nme: i:u. umpires:
O'Loughlin and. Ferguson,
MAPS DEFEAT " ATHLETICS
ClrYlnd Kaaltp' Tikra Qanio lr
Seven to -Three 8cor?.
CLEVELAND, O.. .May.-Cleveland
easily defeated Philadelphia by 7 to S
today, Kahler' ' oUtpltehlng the four
pitchers by J lack. Had not Joe Jack
sen been purposely passed three times,
tho Cleveland score might have been
targr. Two of thos times Jackson's walk,
filled the basea and each time Ryan
failed to produce a hit. Until the ninth
JCahler held Philadelphia easily. In their
last time at bat the visitors bunched
three hits and scored two runs.
Second Baseman Turner, wo Is filling
the vacancy caused by the Injury toLa
Joltt's hand, accepted eleven chances
without a wobble. Kcore:
Jofeartoa. lb 4 til 0 OJCMrpUr. HI M M
Olton, tb. .110 1 CQbIIb. tb..4 9 S a O
Tarov. lb.. 4 2 4 1 OtUkw. lb... 4 110 0
Jukson, rt. I 1 1 OMiUaU, 11 11 I M
Xna. tt .1 0 4 0 lWilfh, rt...t 14 10
Onaj Jf. . 4 J 4 r BITT. .. I 0 1 a I
trxeu, e . 4 i a o o Upp, e. a e 4 a i
XAbUr, p...4 0 1 OPnnock, p.. 0 0 0 0
Drwn. p... o ft o a 0
Tot&lf. . -H II tl II 1 Datb, P 1 0 S 0 0
TiT7 p , 10 0 0
DWr ....,1 0 O'O
D. Uurphy. 1 0 0 0 0
. . , TbUU.....M"il Tt
'Batted for Pennock in ilrst
Batttfd tor Bush In eluhtlt
Two-base hits: "Nell n. Turner. Bac
. rltlce Wis. Chapman. Turner. Stolen
Turner, Omnev, Johnston. Double
Chaptfian to Turner to Johnstnn.
OK Pennock, 4 In one Inning: otf
lit iu uw one-ioiru innings,
h. S In three and two-thirds in.
spi of fTaff, 1 in one Inning. Bases
m bolls Oft Brown. 3, otf Bush. 8. Hit
W PltPhed ball: By Kahler, E. Murphy;
W JMsn, Johnston and Chapman. Struck
aid Mr Kahler. 3; by Brown. 1: by Taff.
t 'first .base on errors: Cleveland. 1.
LtfC on rases: Cleveland. W; Phlladel
,6 Time: iJ. Umpires: Dineen
TJMWtS LOSE TO SENATORS
WsMlaxton Hits safely 'When Hubs
Are Most Needed.
JWBTHOIT, jy IT Washington bit
v&sa runs wer needed and. dc
HftT'' , y I V Hf 1 - THOUGHT too , v P.DAhteTI L-Z-J I' ' V VACANT ' rf . "PI
COMF KSSfiH t v r-v O -POP-TAKG OUT VlTH THAT V k J J I P
feated Detroit today, by 6 to 1 Groom
whs unsteady on mora than one occas
ion, but good suport saved him and
Washington made victory secure In tho
ninth by taking advantage of Detroit's
poor fielding and hitting.
Hall started pitching for . Detroit, but
was taken out of the game In the fifth
to allow Hugh to bnt for him. Klawlt
tr blanked the Senators until the ninth,
allowing but nine batters to faco him In
the first thrco Innings pitched. Cobb
and Milan, base running rivals, had a
great battle. Milan reached first safetly
the first three times up and stole sec
ond In each. In the second. Cobb stole
after Henry's throw to Williams and
caught htm off first In the eighth he
went from second to third, while most
ofthe members of the Washington team
wcro disputing n decision at tho plate.
Vltt was removed from tho game and'
Cashlon put out of the park for arguing
with tho umpires. Score:
Moltr, tt.. 4 a J J onuib, ; i J ? i
Milan, ?' ov1' S1 0 i 1 J
Momn ib. a i i oiuao. tb.a o a a o
Wllllra, lb 4 1 11 0 0Crror4, rf 4 0 0 0 0
Lporte. Ib. 4 J 0 0 OCobb, f.....a I 1 J
MeDriat. M.a 0 6 a 0V.cta, cf...4 12 0 0
Bbwiks. If... 4 1 a 0 OOtlnpr. lb.. 1 J 3 0
iunf, 0....4 1 4 I OMotUrir, lb 4 0 1 J 0
Orooin. p.... 4 1 0 llleriaeu, c. i 1 J J 0
KUwItUr pi 0 0 0 0
Touit ii io at 11 nun. p f S S J S
HUli 1 0 0 0 4
T(.uii....."e It Ttl
Batted for Hall In fifth.
Washington 0 002 1 0003-6
Detroit 0 0901001 O-S
Hits: Off Hall, 7 in nve innings: on
Klawltter. S In four Innings. Sacrifice
hits: Hall, McBrlde. Stolen bases: Milan i
(S), Cobb (if). Iouble plays: Galnor to
Vltt, Galnor to Louden. Left on bases:
Washington, S; Detroit, 6. Bases on balls:
Off Hall ii off Groom, 6: oft JClawltur,
1. Struck- out: By Hall. 6; by Oroom, 3;
by Klawltter, 2. Wild pitch; Hall. Time:
2:00. Umpires: Connolly and McQreevy.
. Eatttog Aver age m
the Major Leagues
CHICAGO, May IT Ty Cobb Is back'in
form-t least tho. unofficial battlne av
erages for the first month of the Beason
show tho Detroit slugKer leading the
American league with u percentage o(
,4sS for the tWelvo games he has takon
part In. Five American leaguers ore hit
ting better than .40): Htnrlksen or Bos
ton with .471; Schaefer. Wnshlngton. .Ut:
Collins, Philadelphia, .43i: Jackson,
Cleveland, .423. Lajole is next with .J&l
No National leaguer Is slugging at
such a rate, but Cathers of St Louis, for
ten gomes, is pretty nour the .400 mark,
with .301. and leads tho league. Volx,
Wagner's undemtudy at short for Pitts
burgh, leads Honus, .170 to .361. Both
are following Erwln, Brooklyn, who is
second to Cathers. with .876. Sweeney
of Boston and Doylo of New York are
tied for fifth placo with .S3S each
Cleveland, with .375, nnd Pittsburgh with
.M5, are club lenders nt tho bat In their
Murphy Buys Three
CHICAGO. May 17.-Presldent Charles
W. Murphy, whose Cubs have lost ten
out of twelve games on their eastern trip,
said today that he was going to reorgan
ize his pltchtng staff, on which he places
responsibility for the recent poor snow
lng of tho team. He added that he has
purchased three new twirlers, but would
not divulge their names.
SUNDAY BASE BALL .
SUIT IS DISMISSED
TKCUMBEH. Neb.. May 17,t8peclal.)
Judgo James Livingston or the Johnson
county court has dismissed the esse
wherein K. Rose Hitchcock of Sterling
brought suit against the Sterling village
board to prevent the playing of Sunday
base ball In that town. The question was
submitted to vote at the last election
and the majority In favor of It whs large,
Mr. Hitchcock Contended that the elec
tion was not called according to law, at
least so for as the base ball proposition
was concerned. The case was then tried
on the jurisdiction of the court. But be
fore It proceeded further Mr. Hitchcock
asked to have It dismissed.
CRACK SHOTSlOBE AT
OMAHA GROUNDS TODAY
The Omaha Gun club win have a
guests thli afternoon the well-known
professtonsls Lester German, (formerly
plteher for the New York aiants), now
with the Dupent Powder company: nlao
D. D. Gross of Kansas City, and Edward
O'Brien of Florence, Kan. These gentle
men re among the topnetohers of the
professional shooters In the United States.
HoCook Defeats Btrntton.
8TRATTQN. Neb.. May 17.-(SpwtsL)-Stratton
High school base ball team de
feated McCook here yesterday, tt to 8.
McCooW 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6-
Btratton 1 HMMtM
Batteries: Culbertson, Donley and Em
merson: Eller and Uller. '
On Lookout for Alma Mater.
Tha Vanderbilt university star. WiUon
Collins, after several days' practice with
the Boston Braves, naively remarked that
there were several players on the Vander
bilt team who would strengthen the
Braves greatly It S tailings could only
OLD ELI SPRINGS SURPRISE
Defeats Harvard in Annual Dual
Track Meet, 56 to 48.
TAKE LEAD IN LOW HUBDLES
By I.nndlnjr Fourteen of a Possible
Sixteen Points in SHO.Ynrd nun
and SliO Hurdles "Win
NEW HAVEN, Conn., May 17.-Ynle
sprang a surprise by defeating Harvard
in the annual dual track meet on Yale
field this afternoon, 66 points to 48, Tho
Crimson had entered the meet a general
favorite because of its well-balancO)
team, but the Bluo unexpectedly- cap.
tured fourteen of a possible sixteen points
In the f80-yard run nnd 220-yard hurdles,
which virtually won the meet
Despite unfavorable weather conditions,
three new dual records wer4 made and
two equaled. In tho 8S0-yard run G. E.
Brown of Yale defeated Cupper of Har
vard In 1:64, breaking tho record made
by Adams of Yale In 1899 of 1:E7H.
Slukes Orand Finish,
In the mile fun II. J. Norrls of Yale
made a whirlwind finish, passing two
Harvard runners, In 4:24. This clipped
four-fifth of a second from the record
made by Grant of Harvard In 1S38 and
equalled by Alcott of Yale In 1&04. In ths
Hammer throw Cable of Harvard creatd
A new record of 162 feet 3Vi Inches, the
former record," 169 feet 10 Incncs, belns
made by Cooney of Yalo In 1909,
The two records equalled wcro In tho
410-yard run and 120-yard hurdles.
In the former Barron of Harvard ran
tho distance In 0:49 flat, the' rtcord made
by Heigh of Harvard In 1903. In tho lat
ter Jackson of Harvard Equalled the
rooord made by Fox of Harvard, in 1SD9
of 0115. i . . . , ....
Hannes Kolehmalnen, the great Fin
nish runner, photographed a he broke
the tape, winning the modified Marathon
In New York Saturday over a course of
twelve and threeelghths miles. There
wer LEOO auruza, feu lha gxuX Sinn
All the races were closely contested and
tho crowd was kept on edge with excite
ment Only one clean sweep was made,
Harvard In the two-mite run taking alt
and Navy Crews
PRINCETON, N. X, May 17.-The Col
umbia university elght-oared crew de
feated Princeton and Annapolis by
slightly more than a half length, on
Lake Carncglo this nfternoon, with tho
Navy finished second and the Tigers not
more than six feet bohind tho midship
men. Columbia's tlmo for tho mile and
flvo-slxteenth course was 6 minutes 4S
seconds, tho navys 'time was 6 mtnutaa
4S seconds and Princeton's, one second
slower than tho latter.
Tho Columbia oarsmen rowed In fine
form throughout and at nq time seemed
to bo exerting themselves.
Tho real race was between tho Tigers
and the Midshipmen and It was neck
and neck until tho final doson yards,
when tho Navy with a stronger sprint,
pushed tho nose of their shell six feet
in front ,
Tho navy started off with a rush at a
forty-thrce-to-the-mlnute clip and Princ-
ton followed suit, keoplng even with tho
Columbia lagged at the start, but at tho
half-mllo mark drew ahead of tho other
shells, Princeton caught up with tho
navy at the mile post and from then on
tt was nip And tuck between these two.
In tho final dash Princeton weakened,
With tho result that tho midshipmen man
aged to forge abend.
Tho Pennsylvania- freshmen defeated
the Princeton cubs, finishing a length
ahead of th.o focal' eight ,
Proves King of 'Em Ail
took the lead as soon as he was able ts
plow hla way through the great jam at
the beginning of the race. He headas
the pack all the way and won by tn
handy margin of three minutes. Harry
Smith was second and Gaston Stroblnj
Drawn for The Bee by George McManus
Standing of Teams
Phlla. 16 7 .69S
Brooklyn ...18 9 .667
New York... 14 13 '.638
St Louis.,.. 14 14 .50)
Chicago 15 16 .600
Boston , H 14 .440
Pittsburgh. .12 17 .41
Cincinnati .. 8 20 .283
Columbus ..16 10 .615
Loulsvillo ..17 15 .631
Mllwaukec.KS 16 .616
Tnillanar's...l3 13 ,600
Mlnnenp's ..14 15 .481
Kan. City. MS 14 .437
Toledo 12 18 .401
Denver 17 8 .6S0
Lincoln ....15 9 .6.5
St JoseDh..lS 10 .615
Des Molnes.12 13 .40
SIOUX City.. 11 12 .478
Topeka ....Hit .440
Omaha 11 15 .425
Wichita .... 7 19 .2G!ri
Phlla. IS 7.720
Cleveland ..19 10 .KB
Vosh'ton...l6 9 ,M0
Chicago ....19 12 C13
Boston 12 17 .414
St. Louis... 13 19 .406
Detro t 10 2) .333
New York.. 7 20 .2G9 St Paul
11 17 .333
St Joseph, X; Denver. 3.
Des Moines, 3; Lincoln, 1.
Sioux City, 2; Wichita, 1.
Omaha, 0; Topeka, 2.
Pittsburgh, 1; New York, 1. (Tie, twelve
Cincinnati, 2; Boston, 6.
St Louis-Brooklyn; postponed.
Washington, 6; Detroit 2.
Philadelphia, 3: Cleveland, 7.
Now York, 8; Chicago, 6.
Boston, 2; St Lciils, 4.
Columbus, 8; St Paul. 4.
Toledo, 11: Milwaukee, 1.
Indianapolis, l: Kansas City, 6.
Louisville, St Minneapolis, 3.
WnntArn T.,AnjnlfeAt. .tnAnh nt rtanvnt-
Ces Moines at Lincoln, Sioux City at
wicnua, umana ai xopeKa.
isauonai league no games scheduled.
American Loague-JWUshlngton at De
troit Philadelphia at Cleveland. New
York at Chicago, Boston at St Louis.
American Association Columbus at ft.
Paul, Toledo at Milwaukee, Indianapolis
at Kansas City, Louisville at Minneapolis'.
Nchraslta state League llasUncs at
Kearney, Superior at Columbus. York at
urana island, Hewara at l'remont.
Iowa Takes Dual
Meet from Drake
IOWA CITY, la., Jlay 17. Iowa unU
verslty defeated Drake today in tho dual
meet, losing only the 220-yard dash, the
Hhatput and the discus throw, Shrader
of Iowa was the Individual star, winning
flvo firsts, both hurdles, both Jumps and
the pole vault Score: 75 to 62
' Parsons of Iowa defeated Stahl, the
Drake Indian runner. In tho 440-yard dash
Druke won every point In tho weights.
Secon dof Series
Goes to Auburn
AUBURN, Neb., May 17. (Special Tele
gram.) Auburn won thp second of the
series today in a hard fought game,
Wlllcy pitching excellent ball. Score:
Nebraska City 00000001 0-1 3 2
Auburn 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 11 2
Batterlex: Cummlngs and Goldthwalte;
Wllley and Kranlnger. Umpire; Nelson.
YORK WINS FROM ISLANDERS
(Continued from Pago One.)
6; off Wright 1. Two-base hits: Diets
(2..) Home runs: Plypton. Herroltt
Acock. Double plays: Long to Fortman
to Tucke. Gray to Acock. Struck out: By
McCoy, 6; by Stone. 1; by Wright. 1.
Passed ball: Diets. Hit by pitched ball:
Woodruff. Time; 2:25. Uraplre:e Pontius.
PAWNEES LEAD CEMENT MEN
Coliimliu ISnda vrlth One Hull to
Good on Superior.
COLUMBUS, Neb.. May 17. (Special
Telegram.) Columbus won tho first game
with the Cement Makers today by out
playing them, Superior's only score being
the result of a forced run. Score: R.H.E.
Superior 00100000 0-t 4 1
Columbus 0O00O10O 1-4 6 2
Batterlrn: Hatch nnd Scheld; Justus
and Ramaey. Umpires: McDonald and
Wrern Yelloir and Blue.
The furore of the college base ball world
this year Ix George Staler, the Mlchlga-i
hurler. He Is the property of the Pirates
and ought to provo a wonder. He Is left
hnnded. possesses control and a head,
Slsler's chief forte Is In tho hitting line,
as he averages from three to five hits a
game. Whenever he doesn't pitch for
Michigan ho plays In the outfield.
Joe Tinker otters an alibi for Jimmy
Callahan In letting Winnebago Johnson
go. Tinker says it was not because Calla
han did not consider Johnson a good
pitcher, but because he has tha samo
style as I jingo and Bens and that Calla
han wanted variety. How would you Uko
to tave a whole staff of pitchers, all
pitching with the same style of delivery
that Walter Johnson hasT
Fans Itoaat Williams.
They say the bleaoherltes made It so
hot for Gus wnitams In the Southern
league because he dropped a fly ball that
he couldn't stand It and that Is why he
Jumped Montgomery, but St Louts fans
pardon any muffs as long as Gus con
tinues to hit the ball like ha has been
Joe Kra Signed,
THRIUS HAUTE, Ind.. May 17. The
Terra Haute Central league alub today
announced tha signing of Joe Evera,
brother of tha manager of the Chicago
National league eub, &a an inflelder.
Joe was south with the New York Glanta
this season, but was released this week,
as MrGraw rould not find a hole for him.
I ouat Lea trip Beaulta,
Ban Franrlsoo. 3 Oakland. 0.
Venice. 3, Sacramento, X
YcniA&d, it Log Accele. tV
MONMOUTH PARK WINS MEET
Second Division of Public School
Athletes in Annual Contest.
CENTRAL PARK GETS SECOND
Edward Scanlon Carries Ott Indi
vidual Honors tit Itannlng Broad
Jump and Tics for First In
p5 srs a sr
Um C Mn
1 ? S
i : a-
Monmouth P. 6 3& 15
Central Park 3 7
Walnut Hill. 4
Clifton -Hill.. 4V4 6
Pacific , 1 ..
Train 3 2
Vinton 1 1
E, Rosewater 3 ..
Comenlus .... 2 ..
By making fifteen points In the 60-yard
dash, tho Monmouth Park school track
team won the championship of tho sec
ond division of tho Omaha Public School
athletic meet, held at Rourka park yes
terday afternoon. The boys ran up a
total of thirty-three and one-third points
with tho Central Park team a close sec
ond with twenty-six nnd one-third points.
Windsor came la third' with twenty and
one-eighth points and Columbian fourth,
with eighteen and ono-half points.
The meet yesterday afternoon was far
nwre Interesting than" the one tho day
previous, In that tho race" was much
closer and the events were pulled off In
better order. At no time did the 2,000
spectators have to wait for something
to keep them, cheering. Either a. raca or
a field event was being pulled off at
This Pacific school deserves much credit
for Its recuperative powers, after having
been apparently put of the meet entirely
by only getting one and one-half points
In the first four events and thin climb
ing back and winning first place In the
tug-of-war nnd the relay race. The Pa
cific relay team captured first honors In
the trial heat in tho relay and then
cume back even stronger and won against
(V field of sllc teams.
Scunlon the Star.
Individual honors wont to iJdward
Scanlon of the Monmouth Park team.
Scanlon took first in the running broad
jump In Class A, tied for first In the
high Jump, won first In the 60-yard dash,
and helped Win the tug-of-war and the
lelay. He ran last In tho relay race, and
although It looked llko his team would
not get a place, he overcame a big lead
and took second tor the school.
The Central Park school made a fine
showing. The boys were under weight
as compared with 'the other schools they
competed with, but what they lacked In
weight and brawn, they made up In
speed and nerve. Especially did they
show class In the relay race. They had
little trouble in winning first In their
heat and then came back nnd took sec
ond place, being but one-fifth of a second
back of the Pacific school team.
But two public school records were
broken yesterday. Hoffman of Clifton
school lowered the ntgh jump record ot
Class C, last year t feet 5 Inches, and
mado 4 feet 8 inches. Nellsen of Wind
sor went 4 feet 6 inches, breaking the
Class D record of 4 feet 6 inches The
i-io ARcnnlnn. Monmouth Park first:
i Chrlstensen. Edward Rosewater. second;
Mlrasky, Lincoln, third; KJeldgaard, Vln
' ton, fourth. Distance, 16 feet 8 Inches.
! rim.. n Saee. Windsor, first: MlrUk.
Train, second; Pleuler, Comenlus, third;
Kaiser. Clifton Hill, fourth. Distance, 16
feet, 1 Inch. ,
Class C Wolf. Lincoln, first; Carlyle,
Walnut, second; Cathroe, Pacific, Moore.
Clifton Hill, tied. Distance. 15 feet
Class D Kounousky, Windsor, first;
Bruner, Central Park; second; Hoffmant
Clifton Hill, third; Fornstrom. Walnut,
fourth. Distance. 13 feet 10 Inches.
Class A Dickenson, Central Park;
Haney. Walnut Scanlon, Monmouth,
Park; tied; Itackley, Columbian, fourth.
Height 5 feet 1 Indies.
Class B Hammang. Columbian, first;
Rannle, Central Park, second; Moggie,
Windsor, Marunk, Train, tied. Height. 4
feet, 8 Inches. ,
Class C Hoffman, Clifton Hill, first:
Wolf. Lincoln, Nicholson. Windsor, tied;
Hachten. Vinton, fourth. Height, 4 feet
Class D Nielsen, Windsor, first; Downs,
Columbian; Nicholson, Columbian; Kel
log. Central Park, Ued. Height, 4 feet, 6
Class A Scanlon, Monmouth Park,
first; Haney, Walnut second;Mlransky,
Lincoln, third; Weber. Windsor; Bahnke.
Bancroft fourth. Time, 0:06.
Class B-Rannle. Central Park, first;
Willis. Central Park, second; Knee, Mon
mouth Park, third; Pleuler, Comenlus.
fourth. Time. 0:00.
Class C-Stlrllng. Central Park, first;
Johnston, Monmouth Park, second;
Glenger. Clifton Hill, third; Goodrich.
Lincoln, fourth. Time, 0KK.
Class D Dearmont Monmouth, first;
Nicholson, Columbian, Second; Krouse.
Vinton, third; Leavltt. Windsor, fourth.
2 OO -Yard Duh,
Heaiey, Monmouth Park, first: Rackley,
Columbian. Haney. Walnut Hill, tied;
Chrlstensen, Kdward Rosewater, fourth.
Pacific first. Monmouth Park, second;
Columbian. UUrdj Bancroft, fourth.
COE TAKES COLLEGE MEET
Leads in Athletic Contest, Simpson
College Taking Seoond.
FOUR IOWA MARKS ARE BROKEN
Schlnter of State Teachers Lowers
Mile Hun by Thrce-Flftha Sec
ond, While Cne Sinn Italaea
Pole Vault Mark.
GRINNELL, la., May 16.-(8peclal Tel
egram.) Eight- colleges entered lh the
Intercollegiate meet here this nfternoor
finished in tho following order:
Coe S3 5-fi 1 Cornni
Simpson ..... 24 1-12 Des Moines
.MornlngBlde.. 22 Highland Park.,
Grinncll ...... 215-6 Iowa Teachers'.
Four Iowa conference records wc.ro.
broken. Schluter of the State Teachers',
college lowered the mllo run by'thrc"e
flfths ot a second. Verlnk of Coe raised
tho pole vault record ten and one-half
Inches. Drelr of Des Moines lifted thi
high Jump one Inch. Verlnk of Coe e
tended the shotput one toot.
Coo won firsts in low hurdles, two-mtl
run, discus, shotput and pole vault, Cot
nell In high hurdles, Des Moines in the
high Jump, Grlnnell In tho 100-yard dash,
half-mile relay and broad Jump, Iowa
State Touchers' In the mile run, Mornlng
sldo In tho 440-yard dach and mile relay
and Simpson In the half-mile run and 23).
The day and track wern perfect. Then
was a good attendance and the best ov
Dual Track Meet
PRINCETON, N. J.,- May 17,-Prioco
ton -Von '.the .dqal tfacfc, meet,. with. ;9c-,
lumbla here this afternoon, with the score
'of 79 to' 37. Tho Tlgers'took. firsthand"'
second places In both the dashes, Harlan
beating out Thomas, his teammate,- who
1 sthe Intercollegiate champion, for first
place In both events. A chilling rain fell
during the meet and In consenuenco the
time made was plow.
The Princeton record In the low hur
dles, 0:25, was equalled by Brady of
Columbia. The pole vault went to Flske
of Princeton at 10 feet 6 inches, two feet
less than his best
Ames Aggies Give
. Tigers a Shutout
AMES, la.. May 16. (Special Tele
gram.) The Cyclones handed tho Mis
souri Tigers a 7 to 0 shutout on State
field this afternoon. Helm. Missouri's
pitcher, went up In the air in the first
letting Ames In with seven runs, tho only
runs of the gamo.
Ames let only two Tigers gel to first
Captain Levsen pitched his oest game to
day. Score: R.H.E.
Ames 7 U 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 4 1
Missouri ....0 0000000001 3
Batteries: Helm and Hall; Levsen and
DETROIT HURLER SOLD
TO WASHINGTON CLUB
DETROIT, Mich.. May 16. Pitcher
George Mullln, In' point of service the
oldest member of the petrolt base- ball
club, was sold tonight to the Washing
ton Americans for 32,600.
Mullln joined the Tigers In 1902 and
three times helped to pitch Detroit Into
American league championships. His
showing this spring has not been satis
factory to Manager Jennings. Mullln
said he was glad to have a change of
scene and declared he still could pitch
as good ball as ever.
St. Edward Loses to All Nations.
ST. EDWARD, Neb., May 17. (Special.)
St Edward opened the ball season on
the local diamond with the "All Natlonfc"
ball team. St. Edward was three players
short and It was anybody's game until
the last inning. Bragg of St Edward
made a homo run. Score: R.U.
All Nations 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0-3 i
St. Edward 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 02 4
Batteries: All Nations, Dunbar arid
Reeves; St. Edward, Johnson and Bond.
Johnson n Mnlnstny.
Chief Johnson and Chick Smith, two
pitchers who are rather aftfer-thoughts.
seem to be about all that the Rods have
to depend on. Just 11,600 of the club's
money thrown away when Tinker claimed
Powell frsm the Cubs. Is the way onu
Cincinnati writer puts It
North Dend Takes Game.
NORTH BEND, Neb., May 17.-(Spe-elal.)
A game of ball between the high
school teams of North Bend and Fre
mont was played here this afternoon, re
sulting In a score of 12 to 7. In favor of
Vnnderullt Schooner Launched.
BRISTOL. R, I.. May 17.-The elghty-
wtRChvS2Syn,grw,t buJlt for HaV
old 8. Vanderbilt was launched today.
Th vessel will be SretntoertflgwS'fi
tho big boat racing tof the coming sum
mer. Loyal to Ould Sod.
With his Murphys. Walsh. Daley.
IfcSZ ,!S ?&-25 Mack con'
J'eland. Philadelphia and the American
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