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THE BEE: OMAHA, MONDAY, MAY 10, IMS.
He Was Just Two Jumps Ahead
Drawn for The Bee by J. Swinnerton
Copyrlght.l91J,IntcrnaUonal' News Service
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IRON AND A MILLION'
HUUO. FETCHES !
CALL ME UP
DEW DROP AT THE,
pRj(4CeS"a THEATRE !
ROURKES TAKE FOURTH GAME
Poor Pitching and Poor Fielding
Give Them the Contest
ROBINSON IS ALSO HIT HARD
Oninhn tliiuchcn lilt When Tupcka
Latin Wobble In the Field and
Run Up n II I R- Score on
Dnl Gcur's Crowd.
TOPEKA, Kan.. May 18. Poor pitching
nd loose fielding by the locals en-
abied Omaha to win the final Rarno or.
H. O. A. E.
2 12 2
12 0 0
3 2 0 0
1 15 0 0
0 12 0
13 2 1
12 2 0
10 7 0
10 5 0
Q 0 0 0
12 27 15 3
H. O. A. E.
0 4 2 0
3 10 0
0 2 0 0
4 3 0 0
2 7 10
10 2 0
0 4 2 0
12 27 11 0
Cochran, 3b 3
MeLarry. rf. .
Tlapps, lb. ...
French, ss. ...
emlth, 2b. ...
Reynolds, . p.
Totafs 35 3
Justice, ss '..2
ThnmHM(in. Cf. 4
Kane, lb 4
IC'ongalton, rf ,
Schlpkc. 2b 3
Totals -!. 33
Batted, for Reynolds In the ninth.
Omaha. ...i 01110510 2-11
?ompeka o i o o o 0200-3
Three-base hit: Smith. .Two-base hits:
Congaltqn. Johnson. Sacrifice hits: lf e,
Justice. 9 Coy le, Thomason, Johnson (2).
Sacrifice fly: Kane (2) Double play
French to, Smith to Rapps. Stolen bases:
Crist Schlnkc. Hits: Otf Bustenhaven,
W n'slx innings: off Reynolds. 2 Vh"?
inning. Bases on balls: Off Rusten
i iverT 6: oft Reynolds, 1; off .Robinson,
4 s?ruck out: By Rustenbaven y. by
lioblnson. 6. Hit by Pthed,.b?;":n52
Bustenhaveni 1; by Reynolds. '.52
Inson. 1. Time: 2:00. Umpire: Anderson.
GIlIZZIilBS PUNISH PITCHERS
Holland Ue Konr Mound Blen to
Try io Stop Rush.
DENVER, Colo.. May 18.-Dcnver won
the third and last game of the series
from St. Joseph U to 5. St. Joseph used
xSS? Pitchers In'the game. Chellotto tort
lug two-thirds of an inning. Ho Uked
nve men. forced in two runs and allowed
a three-bast hit by Butcher, which
cleared the bases. The batting of Bl
h RnfMior featured for Denver,
Butcher' getting two triples. Score:
AB. R. II.
Ilmore. If ?
Cassldy. rf 5
Qulllln, 3b i 2
r.oriph 2h 3
Uutcher, ss. , J
11 10 27 13
' ATI T
Korty. U 5
B. Watsort, cf 4
G. Watson, rf 5
Ketter. c... 3
Ochs, 2b 4
Mclnke. ss .i.'
Chellette, P J
Johnson, P -
fnttnll!'. T U
4 n-.t1 37
5 12 24 13
V i,u"" B1003200 11
Kosreph":::::::::B loiooio 0-5
Stolen bases: Gllmoreu,..
. ii f Twn.hnfl nil8
""'.r.ltuK Thrcc-base hits:
nv. i nu'uiir .... -.
o. wt.rH. Wolfgang.
Brwanr. 2; by Cljel-
JVn;onTorWher. X Double play:
X cdbalh Ketter.' FUhVr7 Left oh
SSf By1 lieo0.;;.
I1 "w.. n.iiinfrf.r. two fno runs, two
wJY: Time: 2:19. Umpire: Fltislmmons..
J.,T.v nnHAKS HIS ANKIiE
injured .While S"nr Home run
l.e Run that Tied Score.
WICHITA. Kan., May 18. Wichita won
a see-saw game i "'" ,7h.'
..... i f-m c wAtin on iiugnes
single. C Chris" Undw broke his left
ankle sliding home with lhetlelnK run
In Ploux City's nan oi .""J,""
fielding of Callahan featured. Score:
Mlddleton; of 5 0
Bills. rf.v.t.-. ? 2
Koerner. lb.,; 4
4 AVnoob. c
Hughes, 2b'. 4
Totals,.. ........5 6
12 27 19
AB. R. II
James, Sli -
Bnpp. o J
Klein, p... g
Totals...-. SO 5 11 25
Rutted for Klein In the ninth.
One out when winning run scored.
Sioux City !. 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 1-5
Wlrhlta 0 0000302 l-
Left on bases. Wichita, 9; Sioux City,
I 1 1
c. Sacrifice hits: Cnllahun. Breen,
Cooney, James (2), Durham. Two-base
hits: Clark, Llndsey. PettlRrcw. Stolen
bases: Callahan, lilts: Off Allen, 10 In
Rcven Innings; oft Klein, 1 In one lnnlne;
oft Brown, 1 In one and on-tlilrd In
Ihgs. Double plays: Durham to Hughes
to Koerner; Harp to Koorner to Wacob.
Struck out: By Durham, 2; by Klein, 1.
Bases on balls: Off Durham, 2;; off
Klein, 1. Passed ball: Wacob. Wild
pitch: Durham. Umpire: Segrlst Tlmo:
COI.K'S MATTING WINS GAME
IiLncolii Onlflclder Stura nt Bat and
on the liases,
IjI'COL.N, Neb., May 18. Cole's bat
ting and bone running won today's game
for Lincoln from Dps Moines by a score
of 4 to 3. After Uowllng's error had
given the visitors the lead In the fourth
Inning Cole tied the score In the sixth
with a home ruu. and In the eighth ho
sent McCormlck In ahead of him with a
IdouWe, .scoring himself on Barbour's
sharp rap to third. It was a game of
thrills, In which Ehman had the bettor
of the pitching. Uncoln and Denver will
play off a postponed game here tomor
O. A. E.
11 2 0
2 0 0
0 2 1
0 0 0
27 12 "5
O. A. E.
0 0 0
2 0 0
0 0 1
0 0 0
3 7 0
17 1 0
0 7 1
0 4 0
24 20 "5
AB. R. II,
Lafferty, p 3
Totals 30 3
Lincoln 0 0100102 -
Des Moines 0 00200010-3
Earned runs: Lincoln, 3; Des Moines,
1, Home run: Cole. Two-base hits: Mul
len, Cole, Fox. Double plays: Mullen,
unassisted: Rellly to Andreas. Stolen
bases: McCormlck, Barbour, Dowllng,
Cralir. Andreas. Hunter. Sacrifice hits:
MUllen, . Eirman ana Anurra.
hup! T.lnenln. '8: Des Moines. 4. Struck
but: By Ehman. 4; By Lafferty, 1. Bases
Koii.. art Tchrnnn. 2: off Lafferty. 2.
Hit by Ditched ball: uy Jairaan, i. muub.
1:33. Umpire: SIgler.
Athletes Show Form
OILTNBR, Neb., May 18.-(Speclal.)
Glltner defeated Harvard High scnooi
In a dual track meet, 38 to 62. Luby of
Olltner scored 18 points, Thompson scored
15. Wheeler 9 and Hunlcutt 8. After the
meet the two high schools played base
ball. The game was called In the sev.
enth on account of darknoss. Cox
pitched a no-hit gaem. Score: R.H.E.
iTMHnM- 1 0 2 0 ! 8-12U O
,-Hnrvarrl ...0 00000-006
Batteries: Harvard, Orassmere and
Hartley; Glltner, Cox a"nd Luby.
WIN FROM DOUGLAS TEAM
The first cricket game of the season
was played at MlUer park Saturday aft
ernoon, and proved an exciting event,
The teams were captained by the captain
and vice captains .nd some of the crick
eters showed up In fine form. For vice
cantaln. Kenworthy team, Hornaj?e
showed up in mldseason form, while for
contain, Douglas team, Brookshank,
Strlbllng and Easton, carried off the hon
ors. The following Is the score:
T. Kenworthy. o Klrwm. o Binonng
A. Harnage, not out
T. Klrwln, b Douglas....
C. J. S. Collins, u HinDiing
O. Bridge, b Strlbllng
H. Douglas, b Strlbllng
J. Stebblns. b Douglas
H. Roome. b BtrtDling
A. Thompson, b Douglas
T PnrtrMirv. h StHhllniT
J.' Peacock, b Douglas 2
'tl CrlKltn l Tfnrnmrfi
J. Brooksbank, c and b Roome 14
tv Dnuclas. b Homage ju
n Tearncv. c urooKsoanK, u wouirv..
ir k. Easton. c Klrwln, b Collins 8
h! Wing, b Homage
J. Gordon, not out
ti ursinm n iiorniLKt: ...i
.1. Thompson, n iioome
R. Tbompson, o uriitns
B. Lewis, b Collins
At Kansas City
Cotter: Kansas City, Vaughn and O'Con
At Milwaukee First game: R.H.E
Toledo 1 '
Tinttarira. 'Milwaukee. Cutting and
Hushes: Toledo, Baskette and Llvlng-
Second Game- R.H.B.
Milwaukee - J 0
Toledo - z o
Batteries: Mllwauke, Nicholson and
Hughes; Toledo, SStevenson, Walker and
AtKSo. Paul-Fin game: R.H.E,
St. Paul - 0 2
Columbus 4 IS
Batteries: 8t. Paul, Karg er and Miller;
Columbus. McQulllen Ana smith.
Second Game R.H.E.
St. Paul 0 5
Columbus r 310
Batteries: St. Paul, Gardner and
.lamem Columbus. Davis and Smith
At Minneapolis R.H.E.
Minneapolis .- 3 6
Louisville ...4 10
Batteries: Minneapolis. Patterson. Olm
stead and Owens: LbulsviUe, Loudermllk
Powell, Smith, demons and Wheeler
O MY ,HEfR- i
DeSERT? IME? O.
5o LOUD ,
STORZ BEAT ALL-NATIONS
Welch's Triple Starts Rally in the
Second "Which Wins Game.
ALDERMAN WORKING STRONG
linn the Better of the Mlahtr Don
aldson In a Pitchers' Arstument
nt Roarkr Park Snndar
Welch's trlplo followed by two walks, n j
double by Hatchcn, and two errors, gavo
the Storz Triumphs four runs In the sec- j
ond Inning of the gamo yesterday with
the All Nations, and enabled the local
boys to win by a 6 to 0 score.
Alderman, the former Western league
fllnger, outclassed the mighty Donaldson.
He gave but four hits and theso came
only when thoy wero of no account. On
the other hand the brewery boys ham
mered the dusky twlrler for flvo hits,
most of which were garnered Just when
needed. Donaldson struck out fifteen of
the Storx. while Alderman fanned twelve
of the Nations. Donaldson passed four
men and Alderman seven.
Airtight fielding on the part of tho Storz
fielders kepe the visitors fronl scoring
when they became dangerous. In the
sixth Inning, Walla tho first man up, was
hit by a pitched ball. Mendcs fouled out
to Crelghton and Reeves batted Into a
double, Daugherty to Drummy. In tho
eighth Inning the Nations had their best
chance to score. Nalto, the first pian up,
drew a walk, and Blatner followed with
the same. Walla then singled to center
and Falconer, getting the ball on the
bound, made a perfect heave to Crelgh
ton, getting Nalto several feet of the
plate. Still with two men on bases and
one down It looked dangerous. Mendex,
the heavy hitter, came next and nftor
getting three balls and two strikes ham
mered a grass cutter to Daugherty, who
got Walla at second and Graham re
layed the ball to Drummy, retiring the
Durlcee Steals Home,
Durkee, the third baseman and captain
of the Storz, pulled off a clever steal In
the third Innlg. He landed safe with a
single to right and after the ball had
been returned to Donaldson, started for
second before the big hurler began to
wind up. Durkee was almost to tho bag
when Donaldson shot the ball to Blatner,
but ho was way late.
Welch opened the second Inning with a
triple to deep center. Falconer and
Daugherty each drew a walk, filling tho
bases. Hachten then sent a double to
center and Welch and Falconer ambled
over to tho plate. Castlnler made a per
fect peg to Vhe plate to get Daugherty,
but Reeves let the ball get away and
Daugherty scored. Hachten In the mean
while rounded third and came tearing
down the line to home. Donaldson cov
ered the home sack but dropped the bait
and Hachten landed safe.
In the seventh with ono In the discard.
Crelghton landed safe -when Castlnler
dropped his high fly. Crelghton stole
second and scored on an error by Reeves.
An. i? ir. n
uranam, xd 4
uurxee. 3b 4
Drummy, IS 4
Welch, rf S
Falconer, cf 3
Daugherty. ss 2
Hachten, If s
Crelghton, c 3
Alderman, p 3
Totals 28 6 5 27 12
. . AB' R-
Blatner. 2b son
O, A. E.
2 2 0
0 1 0
17 2 2
2 1 1
2 0 0
0 0 1
0 0' 0
0 0 0
24 1 "I
0 0 1 -5
0 0 0 0-0
0 0 11-4
Walla, 3b s o l
Mendex, ss 3 0 1
Reeves, c 4 0 2
Donaldson, p, S 0 0
Dunbar, lb 4 0 0
Castlnler, cf 4 0 0
uneiiaron, If 2 0 0
Nalto, rf ,.. o 0
Totals 26 0 1
Runs 0 4 0 0 0
Hits 1 2 10 0
Runs o 0 0 0 0
Hits 1 0 0 10
Stolen bases: Fnlmnar n,,-t
ton. Two-base hits: Hatchen. Three
base hits: Welch. Double plays: Daugh
erty to Drummy; Daugherty to Graham
to Drummy; Donaldson to Reeves to
Walla. Struck out: By Alderman. 12: bv
Donaldson. 15. Bases on balls: Off Alder
man, 7; off Donaldson, 4. Hit by pitched
lift nnV"a- !,1 pl,tch: Alderman
Wealryan Defeats CovoIm.
,i!NJV,I?IlITy..PL'AC!K Neb-. May 18.-
Wesleyan took revenge on the South n.:
Kota coyotes for a former defeat by
winning In base ball yesterday bv a score
of 2 to 1 on Johnson field. The Same
was a good one throughout. Wjeslevan
Winning because of heavier hitting. Bat
lerles: Wesleyan. Klepser and Garey;
South Dakota. Steel and Lott. Umpire
McAlroy, Hits: Wesleyan, 8; South Da-
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Standing of Teams
St. Joseph, 5; Denver, it.
Des Moines, 3; Uncoln, 4.
Sioux City, 5; Wichita, .
Oinahn, 11; Topcka, 3.
Washington, 2; Detroit, 1.
PhllaUolphla, 4; Cloveland. 1
Now York, 3; Chicago, 6.
Boston, 1; St. Louis, 9.
Columbus. 4-3; St. Paul, 0-0.
Toledo, .1-2; Milwaukee, 3-7.
Indianapolis, 3! Kansas City, 5.
Louisville, 4; Minneapolis, 1.
Western league No games scheduled
National Icagtie Pittsburgh nt, New
York, Cincinnati at Boston. Chicago at
Philadelphia, St. Louis at Boston.
American League Philadelphia at De
troit, Boston at Chicago, New York at
St. Louis, Washington at Cloveland.
American Association Columbus nt St.
Paul, Toledo at Milwaukee, Indianapolis
at Kansas City, Louisville at Minneapolis.
Nebraska State League Hastings at
Fremont, Seward at Kearney, York nt
Columbus, Superior at Grand Island.
JOHNSON YERY HARD TO HIT
Hurler for Washington Americans
Keeps Them All Guessing.
AVERAGES ARE KEPT DOWN
Only Two Batsmen Cnn Show Up
ltecnrd of .500 All the Crncks
Look Alike to 'Western
During tho first month of tho Amer
ican lcaguo season fifty players had the
misfortune to bo compelled to bat against
Walter Johnson, who seems bent on shat
tering to Infinitesimal smithereens every
pitching record extant.
Of theso fifty men less than half, to
be exact, twenty-ono wero able to pro
cure hits off the marvelous Washington
hurler. Their safeties numbered thirty
one, and the total of bases obtained on
hits was thirty-five. Bill Carrlgan se
cured tho longest extra bag wallop off
Johnson n triple, and Clydo Englo and
Jack Mclnnls got to him for doubles.
Of tho twonty-ono men who touched
tho Washington speed merchant for hits
eight wero New Yorkers, seven were
Boston players, four drew salary from
Connie Mack and two nre employed by
Charley Comlskey. A White Sox and a
Highlander Just now enjoy the enviable
distinction of awning .500 batting aver
ages against Johnson. The Johnsonltcs
who have found Sir Walter easy (7) are
Joe Benz and Jack Lcllvclt. Each man
has batted against Johnson twice and
each man has torn off ono single.
Three men havo hit .429 against John
son, the trio consisting of Clyde Engle,
Bert Daniels and Ed Sweeney. Trls
Speaker's perccntngo against Johnson Is
400, while Olaf Henrlksen, Eddie Murphy,
Jack Barry and Bill Carrlgan have hit
at a .333 clip against the shut-out king.
Tho batting averages of the other play
ers who mode hits orr jonnson from
April 10 to May 10, Inclusive, are as fol
ISO Heinle Wagner. Charley Sterrett.
Pen Yourus. Frank Bakerv Jack Molnnls
and Harry uora.
,ieo tneve verges anu jjarry iiooper.
.143 Hal Chase.
.12 5Roy Hartzell and Birdie Cree.
Here ore the men who havo failed to
got safeties off Sir Walter:
TlA-t.- T-,i., T ..... I a T.nm, rinrHn.,
Ray Collins. Charley Iiall, Harold Janv
rln. Forrest Cady, Bucy O'Brien, Noal
Ball and Thomas.
New York Harry Wolter, George Mc
Connell Bill MoKechnle Ezra Mldklff,
Ray Keating and Schulz.
Philadelphia Rube Oldrlng. Eddie Col
lins, Rddto Plnnk, Jack Lapp and Pete
Chicago Walter Schaller, Morris Rath,
Jacques Fournler, John Collins, Uhlnk
Mattlck. Georgo Weaver. Ray Schalk.
Ted Easterly and Frank Lunge.
High Schools Divide
Tennis Court Honors
Crelghton and Council Bluffs High
school tennis teams divided honors Sat
urday afternoon on the Crelghton courts.
Each team won six sets, Council Bluffs
won the doubles and Crelghton won two
out of three matches In the singles.
The' games were hard fought, with
Crelghton In the lead until near the end.
Tho .last match was the doubles and
Council Bluffs took a brace, winning three
out 'of five sets In this encounter.
Houlihan did Crelghton's best work,
while Smith starred for the Bluffs.
Council Bluffs was represented by
Smith, Baker and Landon. The Crelgh
ton men were Epsten, Houlihan and
Smith of Counoll Bluffs beat Walker
of Crelghton, 7-5. 6-1.
Houlihan of Crelghton beat Landon of
vjouncn uiuris. s-ti. -3. s-i.
ispsten or crelghton beat Maker of
council Bluffs. 9-7. 6-3.
Smith and Landon of Council Bluffs
beat Houlihan and Epsten of Crelghton.
C-2, -4. 4-6. 6-7, 8-C.
Ralph Stevens and family have taken a
.home nt Fifty-second anu Ieavcnworth
Mis. M. Wilson Is quite 111 with gall
stones at her home, Forty-Eocond and
Mrs. Lars P. Jensen entertained a large
party of the Swedish c-lub members at
her home, Forty-second and Dorcas
TIGERS LOSE FAST GAME
Walter Johnson Wins His Ninth
NO EARNED RUN SCORED
Detroit Allowed hut Five lilts by
Senator' Twlrler Znmlilnch
In First Clnmo,
DETROIT, Mich., Msy IS. - Walter
Johnson won his ninth straight victory
of the season today when Washington
defeated Detroit, 2 to 1, in a thrilling
struggle, before tho largest crowd that
ever witnessed n ball game at Nuvln
field. Neither team scored an earned
run. Johnson allowed the locals but five
hits, but ho grew wild and unsteady on
several occasions. When possible defeat
stared him In the facie, however, ho pulled
himself together and pitched wonderful
Zamtoch, a recruit from Missoula,
Mont., started his first major lcoffue,
game and deserved a shutout. In the
third Shanks singled to center and ad
vanced to second when Cobb threw
wildly. Zamloch. after striking out Aln
smith, tossed out Johnson without, allow.
Ing Shanks to advnnco. Moeller singled,
scoring Shanks, and then stole second,
As he was stealing1 third McKce throw
to left field and Moeller scored the
visitors' winning run.
Cobb's daring base running produced
Detroit's only tnlly, the third run scored
off Johnson thlB season. With ono out
In the seventh, Cobb beat out an Infield
hit and went to third when Gondii
muffed Johnson's throw to catch Cobb
off first. As Johnson prepared to pitch
to Vcach, Cobb Btrcaked homo and slid
safely around Alnsmlth, who appeared
to bo waiting with the ball for tho run
ner. Johnson then walked Veach nnd hit
Gnlner and the runners advanced when
Moeller threw poorly to second, after
retiring Morlarty. In tho crisis MoKee
rolled to 'Laporto and was thtrown out.
In tho eighth Johnson passed High and
Chawford nnd retired tho sldo by tossing
out Cobb. Score: .
Mollr. rf. 4 1 J 0
4 114 3
MiUo, cf... 4
0 1 ft CVItt. 3b 4
CUndll. lb.. 4
Laporte. 3b. 3
Bhtnki, If.. 4
Alnimltb, 0 4
Johmon, p. 3
1 ft 3 OCrawford. rt 3
1 It 0 ltl'bb. cf.,.. 4
ldt lVcach, If... 3
t 4 onalner. lb.. 3
13 0 OMor'rltr. 3b 4
12 1 OMoKee. e... 3
10 2 ozamloch, p. 3
.31 7 17 15 Itltke. p.... 0
Totals -..It t 21 14 S
Batted for Zrmloch in eighth.
Batted for MitJCeo In ninth.
Washington oo29SIi?2 X-?
Detroit 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0-1
Two-base hits: Gainer (2). Hits: Off
Zamloch. 6 In eight Innings; off Lake, 0
In one Inning, Stolon bases: Mpsller (2),
Shanks, Alnsmlth. Cobb. Doublo play:
MoBrldo to GamlH, Left on bases:
Washington, 6: Detroit. 7. Bases on balls:
Off Johnson, 3! off Zamloch, 1. Hit by
pitched ball: By Johnson .Gainer), by
.umloch (Lnporte). Struck out: By
Johnson. 1; by Zalomch, 5. Time: 1:40.
Umpires: Connelly and McGreevy.
St. Louis Wallops Boston.
ST. LOUIS, May 18. Roy Mitchell
pitched steady ball while his teammates
flolded sensationally and hut for fumbling
In tho final Inning would have shut out
iBoston here today. The score was 9 to 1
In St. Louis' favor. Fust fielding by
Pr.it nmi WAUh keot tho visitors from
scoring several times when Boston had
men n fnr ns third base. Heavy hitting
and daring base running wero responsible
for the St. ujuis runs, ncoro:
BOSTON. HT. LOUI8.
llnnur. rf.. 4 3 2 0 OHhotlOD. cf I 1 3 0
Yerkea, Jb. 4
Speaker, cf. 4
Uiwli. It... 4
Jinvrln. 3b 4
Kail, lb... 3
Wasntr, . 4
Carrlftn, c. 3
nerflmt, p.. 2
Hall, p 1
" ' ... ... . J A 1
VJOIin.iuu. 1. . - -
SWIIIIama. rt 4 3 1
1 Pratt. 3b... I 1 I
UlrlM. lb.... 4 3 10
OAtiittn. 3b.. 3 10
IWatah, it... 2 1 2
lAcnew, e... 2 1 3
OMllchell, p. 3 1 0
Totala ...11 19 27 IS 2
Total! ...34 1 24 14 4
Batted for Carrlgan in nintn.
o. riil. ! 02003022-
Two-buao hits: Hooper, Speaker, Brief,
ii... -i at.nn.i Tliree-nnse nits: lSrlei.
Walsti. Home run: Janvrln. lilts: Off
Timiinnt r in four Innings; off Hall. 4 In
J".r ri.,u RanrififM hit: Walsh. Stolen
base: Walsh. Double plays: Wagner
to Engle. Walsh to Pratt to Brief. Left
on bases: St Louis. 6; Boston. 7. Bases
?. ..hf"l...o7,..1W.1:-u0'..o,!f. Or.' il V i!
Wild pitch: Hull. Time: 1:53. Umpires
Kvuns and Hlldebrand.
Bender Saves the Game.
CLEVELAND, May 18.-Phlladelphla
and Cleveland broke even In their first
series, the visitors winning today's game,
4 to 2. Wyckoff, who started the game
rfelnhla. was driven from the
mound In tho second Inning, but Bender
went In and saved the game.
Barrv's hits accounted for three of
Phlladelrjhla's runs, and an error let In
the other, For starting an argument
with Umpire Dlneen, Oldrlng was chased
from the game, but Daley, who took his
uluce. sot three hits In four time at
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Batted for O'Nell In the ninth.
Batted for Stcen In the ninth.
Ran for Lajole In the ninth.
Cleveland 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-2
Phlladlphla 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 0-4
Two-base hits: Jackson, Baker, Collins,
Harry. Wyckoff. sacrifice hits, unao
man. Walsh. Stolen bases: Baker. Barry,
Daley. Hits: Off Wyckoff, 4 In two In
nings, off Bender. 4 In seven Innings,
Bases on balls Off Steen, 1, off Wyck
off, 1, off Uendi-r,, L Struck out; By
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Stern. 4: by Wyckoff. I; by Bender, 5,
First bnse on errors: Cleveland, 1; Phila
delphia,!. Left on bases: Cleveland, i.
Philadelphia. S. Time: 2.10. Umpires:
Dlneen and Hart.
Albion High Wins
ALBION, Neb., May 18. (Spcclal.)-ln
tho third annual field meet of high
schools In Boone, Nance and Antelope
counties, held hero Friday, Albion won
flrsL with forty-nine points; Elgin sec
ond, with twenty-nine, and Fullcrton
third, with twelve points.
Following are the events a,nd winners:
120-yard dash: Trowbridge, Elgin, first;
Irish, Genoa, second; Amos Caoy, Al
bion, third. Time. 0.-12H.
Running broad Jump: Amos Cacy, Al
bion, first; Irish, Genoa, second; Krtimcr,
Fullerton, third. 20 feet 1 Inch.
Half-mile run: Nichols. Albion, rtrst;
McKlvaln, Fullerton, second: Larson,
Genoa, third. Time, 2:20.
High Jump: Pale. Elgin, first; Paul
Cacy, and Hallstrail, Albion, tldo for sec
ond. 6 feet 3 Inches.
120-yard hurdlos: Paul Caoy, Albion,
first; llrsh, Genoa, second; Bryson, Full
erton, third. Time. 0:1GH.
Pole vault; llallsteail. Albion, first;
Williams, Albion, nnd ltomlngcr, Elgin,
tied for third. 10 feet.
Hammer throw: Sherry, Elgin, first;
Grey, Cedar Rapids, second; McKay, Al
bion, third. 98 feet.
220-yard dash; Campbell, Elgin, first;
Amos Cacy, Albion, second; Trowhrltlgo,
ibiKiu, num. lime, u:avh,
Shotput: Grey. Cedar Ranlds. first:
Kremer, Fullerton, second; Sherry, El
gin, third. 41 feet.
Mile run: Nichols, Albion, first; Mc-
r.ivHiii, ruucrion, second; iTowbrldge.
Elgin, third. Time. 6:02.
Standing broad Jump: Pnul Cacy, Al
bion, first; Hallstead, Albion, second;
Dale. Elgin, third, 9 feet 9 Inches.
Albion won the half-mile relay race;
Elgin, second; Fullerton, third.
Judges: Ball. Klgln: Spear, Genoa;
iiremiiiKcr, ieuar iiapias.
Scorer: York, Petersburg.
Clerk: II. Hallstead, Albion.
Referee: Luddow, Lincoln,
Pawnees Win, Five to Four,
COLUMnUB, Neb.. May 18.-(Speclal.)-It
took eleven Innings for the Pawnees
to defoat the Cement makers today be
foro tho largest crowd of the season. A
trnlnload of fans from tho Spnldlnnr
branch helped to swell tho crowd. Both
sides used two pitchers nnd , Ilamoy al
lowed Superior but ono hit nftor the
first half of the seventh, when ho re
placed Canine, Score: R.H.E.
Superior .,..,.,.. 00000 1 300004 6 5
Columbu 0210100000 It 11 1
Batteries: Superior. Vance. Vvnet and
hcueia; uoiumouH, unnine, linmey ana
Ramsey. Umpires: McDonald and Huhn.
Drake Track Htnr Crippled.
IOWA CITY. la.. May 18.-Sneclal.i-
It developed today that Dyson, star mem
ber of tho Drako relay team, had broken
a tendon tit his foot, while running the
100-yard dash at the lowa-Drake duul
yesterday. This crushes Drake's Missouri
valley relay hopes,
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Errct Issues Seven Passes and is
Touched for Five Hits.
KEEPS THEM WELL SCATTERED
(Intue Is Without Pnrilcnlar Fea
tures, ThuoKh Both Teams
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FREMONT, Nob., May 18.-(Speclat Tel
egram.) Seward defeated Fremont hero
today In an Interesting gamo by a scoro
of 4 to 1. Whlto Errct Issued seven
passes nnd was touched up for five hits,
ho kept them so well scattered that the
visitors wero never In danger.
The game was without fcaturee, al
though both teams player errorless ball.
All. 11. OAK.
onohntr. rf. 4
llrannon, Sb 1
nUcV, cf... 4
Ink. lb.... 4
!onant If. 3
lllrklrn. rf. 3
ivteel, e. .. S
Krrrt. p 3
OlLrnr?, lb.. 6
OBeli, 2b.... 4
OWetirl, cf., 3
OTurpln. If.. 3
OUnurlfjf, ii, 4
0 Welch, 3b.. 4
ONefi. o 1
OThrltsen, p. 4
Totala ...M 7 27 13 0 Totala ...31 ft 27 17 0
Seward 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 11
Fremont 10000000 01
Two-bnso hit: Potcet. Struck out: By
Erret, 5; by Thelssen, 4. Bases on bulls:
Of fErret, 7; off Thelssen, 3. Stolen baso:
Tnppan. Sacrifice hits: llrannon, Leon
ard, Efrot. Time: 1:65. Umpires:
Coombs nnd Frucdo. Attendance. 1,000.
flrniid Islnntl Wallops York.
GRAND ISLAND, Nob., Mny 18.-(Spc-cttil
Telegram.) Tho pitching of Fentress
HKiilnst Yolk today was very effective,
striking out eight In the first four In
nings, Grand Island stnrted with three
scpres In the first when Hansen gavo
passes, unuorne am not improve tne
situation nnd Dark finished on the mound
fur tho visitors. Attendance, 1,200. Score:
YOP.K, OHAKD IBltAND,
All. ll.O, A. U. All.II.O.A.lt,
MJdcx. iVS't 1 3 onoadaau. 2b 4 1 2 2 1
Chare, lb.. 6 2 ft ft OKIrotlne.aa 4 12 11
Payne, cf,.. 4 2 2 0 onennett, If. 1 ft 2 or.
Llark, It...! 1 3 0 UHch'oTer, cf ft 0 1 0 0
Milnn't. si I U OCoe. e 1 ft 10 4 0
Ilrown, e... 4 111 OSmlth. lb.. 3 1 1ft 0 ft
lllc. Sb.... 4-ft 2 0 OBlatOMt, lb 3 2 0 3 1
(lapllnrr, tl, I t It Oiiucrilln,rt l 1 ft 0 u
Hanren. p., ft 0 0 1 OKentreaa, p. 3 1 ft 2 0
Oaborna, p. 31030
Drk, p.... 1 ft 0 1 0 Totala ...25 7 27 12 I
Totala ,3J 7 it 10 T
a rami Island .... 30000315 -0
Earned runs: Yolk. 2; Grand Island,
3. Two-bnso hits: Brown, Flrestlne,
Omlth, Stntfcldt, Rondeau. Banes on
balls: Otr Hansen, 2; orr Osborne, 4;
ofr Dark. 3; orf Fentress, 2. Struck out:
Uy Osborne, 6; by Fentress, 10. Passed
ball: Brown. Left on bases: York, 8;
Grund Island, 7. Doublo play: Coe to
Smith. First base on errors: York, 3.
Hit by pitched ball: Mulrmiulst. Time:
2:10. Umplro: Graves.
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