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The Heart and Not the Clothes May Make the Man, But Doesn't Get the Girl
SXEttlNfr UP IS A
SfArV SHOW A NvH
No tOU.(N& UP
A CAP and sweats f.
IKEAHNEY WINS BY ONE SCORE
Seward tfeam Puts Up Fast Game,
BATTING BALLY IN NINTH
Black and Leonard Do Star Worlt
for Reward with Stick, While
Acock Uphold Kearney.
KEARNEY, Neb.. May 20.-Bpeclal,
I Telegram.) Playing on a muddy field,
iKearjiey and Seward battled nine fast
I innings with the score 4 to 3 In favor
i of the locals' due to a ninth Inning bat
(tins rally. rho batting of Black, Leon
nrd and" Acock featured. Score:
ITappan,. t. 6 3 2 J Ollreehlold, If 4 1 9 1 1
. nrcnf. Ik; ! 0 I OHrnek, lb... 1
Illicit, cf... t 4 1 0 OArock, 2b... 4
I link, lt., 4 1 11 1 Ollerrlott, lb. I
I Leonard, rf'4 II O'OScheurrn, it i
llllcklln, if, I 1 t 0 OOray, c.. .- J
lAitj, lb.,.. I 1 a 0 oWoodruff, 4
Poteet. e... I 1 1 1 OErlckion rf. I
Walter!, p.. J 0 0 ( OMaplet, p.. i
. noli ....
Totals ...S II M 15 OWrropion
11 IT II 1
o o o o-i
0 0 124
2 0 0 1 0
Kearney 1 0 0 0 0
Two outwhen, winning run was scored.
Lot- batted for Maples in nlnht.
riympton' batted for Erickson In tho
Bases on balls: Off Walters, 4; off
Maples, i. Left on bases: S.ward. 9;
Kearney, 9. .Two-base hit: Acock. 8truck
out: Br Walters, 2; by Maples, 8.
Earned runs: Seward, 2; Kearney, 3. lilt
by pitched ball: Urechtold, Time, 1:45.
iScotia Defeated in
BPA,fctb, eb..My SX-(8peclal.)
The best framed Vef played In this part
of tho state was played here Sunday
when Scotia managed, aftr sixteen In
nings to get tho winning score over tho
IocaI team. Ryan In the box for the
collegians' allowed but six hits, lie had
one bad Inning, the fifth, when Scotia got
three hits and these combined with errors
gave them five runs. These five with
one In the first tied tho score. McPhalen
of Scotia was knocked out of the box,
the. collgian gettong tlx runs in three
Innings. Cook went In for Scotia In tho
fifth and held tho collegians scoreless.
In tho fifteenth the collegians sent a
man over the plate with what seemed
the winning score, but at tho request of
tho college manager the umpire changed
his decision to avoid wrangling. Scotia
claimed before leaving tho college
grounds that never before havo they
You buy HALF as much at a time.
You buy TWICE a;s often.
So your tobacco is always FRESH.
It, is the great, unbeatable combina
fe 1760 JJ
been treated as fairly ss they have been
at Spalding college. Scoro:
Scotia 100060000000000 17 68
College .,..2 040000000000000-688
Batteries: Bcolln, MoPtialen, Cook nnd
Ammcrcan; College. Ilyun and Finn.
to Be Farmed Out
DENVER, Colo., May 20.-8horttop
Matthews of Denvor will be farmed out
at tho first opportunity, according to
Owner James McGIIl. With Butcher go
lng well both at tho bat and In tho field
and Coffey duo to report June 1 thero
Is no placo for the little man on the
It would not bo surprising were he
shipped back to tho Ludlngton team of
the Michigan Stnto league. The Denver
team, however, will rotaln a claim to
his services under any deal. Otherwise
there Will bo no further change- In the
personnel of the Denver club.
POOR WEATHER LOWERS
MARKS AT THE SHOOT
COLUMBU3, Neb., May 20. (Special
Telegram.) Today was the opening lay
for tho annual grand tournament pf thp
Columbus Gun club, thirty-flvo shooters
from nil over tho country being present.
Weather conditions were bad and tho
scores were low for the class of shoot
ing.' Tho events were 200 targota per
man, In tho professional class, U S.
German of Aberdeen, S. D., was High
with 100; Kd O'Brien, Floronco, Kan..
1S9; Homor Freeman, Atlanta, Qa., 1S8.
Amateur Class Oeorgo Cfrubb, Wet
more, Kon., 1R5; Charles Gammon, Pal
mer, Nob., 170; D. D. Bray, Columbus,
OFF BECAUSE OF RAIN
Tho baso ball gamo schedulod to be
plnyod- between the Itourkcs and the
Wlohlta team yesterday afternoon wan
called off on account of rain and
wet grounds. The nnrne teams will clash
this afternoon at Rourke park, weather
is the prediction. Get'oh; of our rubber
raincoats. Buy your rubber goods of a
rubber house. Omaha Rubber Co., 1C0?
Marshall Harmed Unt,
St. Joseph has sold Outfielder Howard
Marshall to Raclno of the Wisconsin
Illinois league nder option.
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the Stag Story:
The sweetest, cool
smoke of them all.
NO not the
A GREAT fAAN
Like, uncoum all
tXX.GO UP -
TIGERS DEFEAT ATHLETICS
Detroit Drives in Four Runs in
Eighth, Securing Lead.
0LDEING HITS OUT A HOMER
Final Count Eight to Seven Game
n Thriller All the War, with
Cobb In Old Star Tlole
DETROIT, May 20. Ty Cobb, not con
tent with hitting twlco for extra bases,
walking on two occasions and stealing
home once, stretched a base hit Into a
doublo In the tenth when Daley was slow
in Holding tho ball and brought homo
the winning Tun today when Brown
walked Calnor, Moriarty and High in
HiiocMinlon. The final count was Detroit,
8; Philadelphia, 7, and the contest, from
opening to close, was one suocosslon of
ApiNirently beaten when they camo to
bat In tho eighth, tho' Tigers drovo in
four runs with four hlW, whloh placed
them one ryn ahead of Philadelphia. Tho
Athletics then ovened matters up whon
with two men out and nobody on bases,
Oldrlng put the Uall' over the left field
wall. for a homo run.
Cobb's hit in tho tenth was a low drive
to centor. Teach bunted and was thrown
out. Then Manager Mack ordered Brown
to pass both Qalnor and Morlorty to fill
tho basea and set tho stage for a possible
doublo play. After this was carried out,
Manager' Jennings ordered High to bat
for Stanogo. The diminutive outfielder
quickly drew four balls and tho gamo
Cobb'a Bteal of home occurred in tho
third innlog. Score:
Ono out when winning run scored.
Batted for Btanage in tenth.
Batted for Houck In ninth.
Philadelphia ... 1 0 1 2 0 1 0 1 1 0-7
Detroit 012000040 1-8
Tw.bnse hits: Crawford. Cobb (2).
V.nnl. UfAlnnli Tlnrrv DftlAV. Thrift.
baso hltsr Qatner, Cobb, Stanage, B.
Murphy, Homo run: Oldrlng. Hits: Off
Klawltter. 6 In four Innings; off Lake.
8 In six innings; off Houck, 9 In eight
Innings; orr urown, in two innings.
Sacrlfloe hits: Vltt. Veach, Molnnls,
Barry. Stolen bases: E. Murphy, Baker,
Daley, conn, coiiins. ueit on oases:
Philadelphia, 7; Detroit, 8. Bases on
ballB: Off Klawltter, 1; off Iwike, 1: off
Houck, C; off Brown, 3. Struck out1. By
Lake. 1: by Houck, 2. Wild pitch: Houck.
Ttmo: 2130. Umpires: Connolly and Mc
arcovy. Naps Win BxcltlnR Game,
CLtEVRLiAND. Mav 20. Cleveland won
today's gamo In the ninth, beating Wash-Iri-ton.
10 to 9. ISach team hit freely.
Cleveland using five pitchers and Wash
In the ninth Chapman singled and
scored on Olson's two-base hit. Lajola
and Jackson wcro passed purposely and
Olson was forced at homo on Graney's
Infield hit,, the bases still bolng filled.
Batting for O'Nell. Carlsoh hit a two
bagger that sent In two runs and gave
Clevolond the game.
' Washington secured a big lead in tho
first three Innings on hits off Pltchell
and Blandlng and Cleveland's otforts.
In the second jacKson s throw strucK a
bat and bounded away, three, runners
On . President Johnson s order umpire
Deneer put Altrock off the bench, claim
ing that Washington exceeded its limit
of twenty-five mon In Uniform. Score:
CLOVE LAND. WASHINGTON'.
Johnrtoa. lb t 1 11 I OMntlltr. rf. 114 0 0
Clupmto. is 4 1 1 4 OlllUn. cf... 4 1.1 0 0
OlKin, 4b, ., I
Turner, lb. . 3
Oaandll. lb.. 1 1
I OlAport. lb.. 4 I
jcion, .n. i
Iin, c( .. I
Ornjr, If-- I
(VN-rlt., ... 4
Mltchfll. o. 0
0 lWlllliroi. ell
w uiunrr. e ... z i
Oibtnk. If.. 4 1
1 , lWcIlrlde, nl 1
0 'lUullln. P..- 1 0
lllindlnf. p. 1 0 0
0 Ollugta, p.. 1 0 0
1 1 -i
Cullnp, p... 1 0 0
Kahlir. p... 0 0 0 ToUti ,..I4U
n A M A A
null 16 9 0 0
Llbol3. ... 1 0 0 a 0 I
l-Jol. ....0 0 0 0 0
JVtWnp'th 0 0 0 0 0- !
OrlKh'... 110 0 0
ToUU ...11111111 I
Batted for Cullop In sixth.
Batted for Kahler In eighth.
Batted for llyan In ninth.
Rah for Lalole In ninth. '
Batted for O'Nell In ninth.
Two out when winning run scored.
Cleveland ...2 0 0 1 2 2 0 0 310
Washington o 4 3 o o 3 o l o u
Two-baBo hits: O'Nell (2). Olson.' Car
lsoh, Williams, Henry.' Mocller.' Morgan.
Three-base hits; Olson, Jackson. Stolen
bases: Chapman, Milan, Mullen. Moeller.
lilts- Off Mitchell. 3 in one ana one-mini
Innln-s: off lllondlnB'. 3 In two-thirds In
ning: off Cullop, 3 In four Innings: off
Kahler, 3 In two innings; off Mullln. 8
In five Innings; off Hughes, 3 in four in
ning. Double plays: Chapman to Johns-
ion, unapman 10 Turner o uonnsion.
First base on balls: Oft Mitchell. 2) off
Tllanrtln- 1- ntt Pulton. S: off Kahler. 1:
Off Mullen. 1; off Hughes, fc. Struck out:
By Mitchell, 1; by Cullop, 3; by Kahler,
3; by Gregg. 1; by Mullen. 1; by Hughes.
1. Hit bv pitched ball: By Culllp, Moeller;
oy Mullen, iiyan. i-assea d&iis: uieu.
Ryan. Wild pitch: Hughes. First base on
errors: Cleveland, 1: Washington, L Lf
on bases: Cleveland. 7t Washington. 7.
Time: 2:43. Umpires: Dlneen and Hart.
Chance'. Men Win.
ST. LOUIS. May 20.-Although McCon
nell allowed the St. Louis Americans
eight hits today he, kept them scattered
and New York won, 8 to 3. Baumgard
ner was hit for nine safeties. The vis
itors bgan scoring in the second Inning,
singles by Cree, Chaso and Mldklll net
ting two runs. After two were out In
the third, three runs were scored by
New York on a walk, three singles and
an error. Chase's slnglo In the eighth
seored Cree. Score:
Batted for Wallace In ninth.
Batted for Uaumgardner In ninth.
Two-base hit: McAllester. Sacrifice
h)t: Sweeney. Stolen bases: Shotten,
Agnew. Left on bases: St. Louis. 8:
New York, 6. Bases on balls: Off Mc
Connell, 4; oft Baumgardner, 6. struck
out By McConnell. 4. Tlnfc 2.10. Um
pires! Gtkm ana luaursuk
"rrr esses? ,- j -""' iai op
-i mhi 1 1 1 ii i ill n i 1 1 1 in i i . t h ii ni.TMBKmn i ' -
1 1 coY?tfrrti vim rx' '
Standing of Teams
Phlla Ii 7 .720
Brooklyn .,.19 10 .6&S
New York. ..IB 13 .636
St. Louis.... 15 IS .509
Chicago ....16 18 .600
Pittsburgh .13 18.419
Boston ...... U 16 .407
Cincinnati .. 9 21 .300
Columbus ..18 10 .043
Kan. City. ..19 16 .669
Milwaukee 19 16 .669
Denver 18 fl .607
Lincoln 17 9 .n&4
St. Joseph. .16 11 ,U)2
Des Moines. 12 14 .4S21
Sioux Clty..U 13 .458
Omaha 12 15 .444
Topeka 11 16 .423
Wichita .... S 19 .296
AM Eft, LEAGUE.
Phlla 19 9 .679
Cleveland .21 11 .CM;
wash'gton 17 11 .007
Chicago ...20 13.6061
Louisville ..18 15 .Mi
Boston 13 18 .419Indlnrinn'B .14 14.600
St. Louis.. .14 21 .4001 Mlnncap'a , .14 16 .467
Detroit 12 21 .364 Toledo- 1221.SM
New York.. 0 21 .300St. Paul... .11 19 .807
Fall sClty.,3 1 .760
Auburn ......2 -2 ,.600
Humboldt ..2 2. .600
Columbus ..4 1
Hastings ..3 1
Seward ....S 8
Fremont ...2 a
Neb. City ..1 3 .250
Or. Island. 2 3 .400
York 2 3 .400
Kearney ...2 3 .400 t
aupenor ...2 3 .400 . -
Denver-St Joseph, rain.
Llncoln-Des Moines, rain.
Wlchltn-Omoha, rain. ' .
Topeka-Sloux City, rain. , ,
Pittsburgh, 4; Brooklyn, 1.
Cincinnati, 1: Philadelphia, 6.
Chicago, 7; Boston, 3. ,
St. Louis, 8; New York. 0,
AMERICAN LEAGUE. .
Washington, 9; Cleveland, 1Q. . ' , ,
Philadelphia, 7; Detroit, 8; (ten innings.)
Now York-Chicago, postponed.
Loulavillc-St. Paul, postponed.
Columbus-Kansas City, called end third
NEBRASKA STATE LEAGUE.
Soward, J; Kearney, 4.
York-Columbus, rain. '
Superior-Grand Island,- 'rairt.'-' t 'i
Western League Denver at St. Joseph,
Lincoln at Dea .Molnea, Wichita t
Omaha. OTopeka nt' Sioux City.
National teague-Plttsburgh at Brook
lyn. Cincinnati at Philadelphia, Chicago
at Boston, St. Louis at New York.
American League Washrlngton at
Cleveland. Philadelphia at Detroit, New
York at St. Louis, Boston at Chicago.
American Association Toledo at Minne
apolis, Indianapolis at Milwaukee, Louis-
Vlllo nt at. laui, v.oiumD-3 a iv-nEus
Nebraska State League xorK at. ire-
mont, Superior at Kearney, Hastings at
Columbus, Seward at Grand Island.
Sheehan Is Given
Decision Over Ooquil
BILLINGS, Mont, May 20. Tommy
Sheehan of Chicago was given a decision
here last night over Roy Coqull of Cody,
Wyo., In a twelve-round bout. A twelve-
round fight between -"Spike" Thompson
of Superior, Wis,, and iJoo - Godfrey of
Chicago was stopped by State Commis
sioner Markham, tho men . not showing
skill or condition.
WINDSOR SCHOOL WILL
HAVE FiaD DAY FRIDAY
Annual field day will be, held at Wind
sor school Friday afternoon, at 3 o'clock.
Mis. Harriet S. Eddy principal, will bo
ln,chargo ,of tho mqet. The program for
the jafternoon follows:.
First B Second A The,- Circus,
Fifth A Fifth B The Ace of Diamonds.
Sixth A Seventh A Norwegian Moun
First ll wand unu..
Seventh B Eighth' A May Pole,
Second B Danish Greeting.
Third A i Third B-tThe Shoemakers'
LV.i.lW T7T H Vntl
Third A Third B, Hoys Three Deep.
Sixth B Norwegian (lountain uance,
Klndenmrten-A- Uttle Boy Went Walk-
ill?-. : . .v. ...
Yacht club acgiept?
LONDON", May 20. The, New York
Yacht club today cabled to the Royal
Ulster-Yacht cluu, definitely accpttng
Sir Thomas Upton's challenge for the
America's cup. The races will take place
In Beptember, MM, under the New York
Yacht club's present rules a. to measure
ment, time allowance and racing rules.
lllldreth Defeat. Vpland.
UPLAND, Neb.. May !0. Special.)
Upland and Hlldreth played the first
game In Upland's new ball park Monday,
ITnlAnrl 000000220 45E
Hlldreth .... 40008S4J 0-16 15 S
Batteries: Llndgren, ostergaard and
Chevalier, McCombs and Miller. Umpire.
St. Kdviard. Wallop. Ltndaay.
ST. EDWARDS, Neb.. May 20.-(0pe-clal.)
St. Edwards walloped Lindsay to
the tune of 14 to 4. Score:
Lindsay 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 14 3
8t. Edwards.. 01034110 4-14 12
Batteries: St. Edwards Jonea and
Bono. Lindsay Norwood and SaVadahl.
nail Team for Falrbary,
FA1RBURY. Neb.. May SX-(8peclal.)
A good, base ball team ha. been organ
ised for Fairbury. Pitcher Hannan of
the Central league of Terra Haute, Ind.,
has been secured. The opening game
will b playd on th horn grounds tomorrow
against th Alexandria team. The sec
ond gamo Is scheduled Sunday against
Hanover, Kan. The Hanover team is
among the fastest amateur teams la
HARMON SHUTS0UT GIANTS
Cardinals' Twirler Allows Only Two
Men to Reach Second.
RESULT EIGHT TO NOTHING
MnthciT.on Hit Hardest of Any
Time This Sennon iSt. Loul.
Get. Twelve In Six
I n nt ii k.
NEW YORK, May 20.-Harmon held
Now York to two singles today and St.
Louis shut out tho locals, 8 to 0. Harmon
pitched an nlmost perfect game, only
two New York players .reaching first
liathowson for New York wns hit
harder than at any time this season, the
visitors making twelve hits off him In
six Innings. The St. Louis batsmen
bunted on Mathewson throughout ond
seven hits off the Now York star were
of the Infield variety. They scored two
runs in the fifth on singles by Oakcs,
Whltted. Wlngo, Huggins and Magee
and a wild throw by Myers.
With the bases full, Mathowson struck
out Sheckard' and threw out Mowrey.
St. Louis got another cluster of two In
the sixth on a pass to Konetchy, Oakes"
sacrifice; Whltted's doublo nrid Infield
singles by Harmon and Huggins. A
muff by Burns let In two runs In tho
eighth and three bunched hits accounted
for a fourth pair of runs In the ninth.
BT. LOUIS. KEW VOHK.
. . AB.11.0.A.E. AU.H.O.A.E.
iHunlns. 2b I 3 I I ODurni, If.... 4 10 0 1
Me, If... 4 110 OShtfer. cf.. 4 0 2 0 0
CTi.ba! i AAA nM... . . . n n
v v v v-icicuer KB 4 v o a u
Mowrer. lb. I 1 1 3 ODojle 2b... 1 0 2 4 0
Konetohy.lb 4 2 11 0. OMerkls. lb.. I 0 I 1 0
Otkei. ch.. 3 110 0 Murray, rf. I 1 1 1 0
Whltted, Mill! OMeyeri c. I 0 41 1
iWlnxo, c... 4 2 10 OlUrtle, c. J 0 4 10
illtrmon, p.. 4 1 2 Oiler tog, lb, 3 0 1 1 0
iiin rson,p 1.-0 -41 t ,0
. . ), A l - OHVUlfSlBmn A V U W U
' ' 1VII.'.. A "Ar AAA
McCOrralck 1 0 0 0 0
TotiU ...2 I IT i
Batted for Mathowson in Bixth.
Batted for Wlltse in ninth.
St. Louis ,.0 0 0 0 2 2 0 2 28
New York. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O 0-0
First base on errors: St. Louts, 1. Two
base hlU: Whltted, Mowrey, Konetchy.
Sacrifice hit: Oakes. Left on bases:
New York, 2; St. Louis. 10. Bases on
balls: Oft Mathewson. 1; off Wlltse, 3.
Struck out: By Mathewson, 2; by
i m. m m i -h m
Wlltse, 3; by Harmon, 3. Hits: Off
Mathewson, 12 In six Innings; off Wlltse,
3 In threo Innings. Time: 1:40. Um
pires: Rlgler and Byron.
l'htlllen Bn.y Victors.
PHILADELPHIA, May 20.-Phllndel-phla
drove Fromme off the rubber in
three lnnlngeto day and hud no diffi
culty In defeating Cincinnati, the score
being 5 to 1. Packard, who took
Frommo's place, was very effective, the
home team being retired In order In four
successive Innings. Alexander held his
opponents down to five hits and did not
give a pass. Cincinnati escaped a shut
out In the sixth Inning when Bated
scored on a muff of his liner by Liidenls
and Tinker's double. Score:
Betcher. It. 4 0 1 0 OTukcrt. cf. 4 1 3 0 0
HttLS, rf... 4 1 2 0 innate, lb.. 1 0 2 0
Tinker, M.. 4 112 0obcrt, 3b.. 1 1 1 0 0
llecker, cf.. 4 1 S 0 OMiger. It... 1110 0
Mrnn, lb. 4 0 1 0 OCr-rith, rf. 4 2 1 0 0
Uersh'r, 2b. 1 II OLuderus, lb 4 2 11 . 0. 1
Grunt, lb... 10 2 1 IDooUn, . 4 1 2 4 0
Clarke e... 114 1 OKIllU-r, .1.. 3 1 6 0 11
Fromme, p. 1 0 0 1 OAleiander.p 10 0 10
rackard, p. 20010
Totala ...SO t 21 11 1
Total. ...33 & 24 11 2 I
Cincinnati ,0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 01
Philadelphia 03200001 -6
Two-base hits: Tinker, Becker. Three
baso hit: Lobert. Hits: Off Fromme,
6 in three Innings; off Packard, 3 in five
Innings. Sacrifice hits: Lobert, Magee.
Stolen baset ' Berghamer. Doublo play:
Tinker to Berghamer to Marsans. Left
on bases: Clnclnnutl, 6; Philadelphia, 6.
Base on balls: Off Fromme, 1. First
base on errors: Cincinnati, 1; Philadel
phia, 1. Hit by pitched ball: By Pack
ard, MagtTe. . Struck out: By Packard,
4; by Alexander, 4. Wild pitch: Fromme.
Time: 1:30. Umpires: O'Day and Ernslle.
Doilfrer. Lose I Too Much Wagner.
BROOKLYN, JV, Y., May 20. Too
much Wagner boat Brooklyn, 1 to 4, in
their first, clash, of the season with
The big shortstop (not only cut off
many a promising base hit but camo up
In the fifth Inning with the bases full
nnd two out and drove out a single that
Stengel fumbled and three runs came
home. Wagner tried to steal home, ' but
lost the decision by a bad slide.
Allen paved the way to the defeat by
passing Robinson with one out In tho
fifth and than making a Wild throw on'
Mcnsors grounder that should have been
turned Into a doublo play.
Brooklyn'-' only r run was earned on a
double by Hummel' nhd Wheat's single
In the first Inning. Score'.
Batted for Allen In eighth.
Pittsburgh ....,1..0 0 O'O 3 1 0 0 0-4
Brooklyn 10000000 0-1
Two-base hit: Hummell. Home run:
J. Miller. Left on bases: Pittsburgh, 7;
Brooklyn, 5: "First base on errors: Pitts
burgh, 2; Brooklyn, 1. Double play:
Byrne to Wagner to J. Miller. Bases on
balls! Off Allen 4; off Stack, 1. Struck
out: By Allen, 4; by Stack, 1; by Rob
inson, 2. Wild pitch: Robinson. Hits:
Off Allen, 5 In eight Innings; off Stack,
1 In one Inning. Time: 1:40. Umpires.
Klem and Orth.
Cub. Itout Xntlonnlu.
BOSTON, May 20.-Chlcago cvofed
enough runs on i'erdue's wilanta In the
second Inning today to win eiis)!v irom
Uoslon, 7 to 3. All seven riuu wero
scored In that session, three baias . on
balls nnd n hit butsni.m counting fout
tallies. Overall held tlio UoMon hits
scattered. Two of the tlnee locals' run3
camo In the seventh, when Co::noliy
drove his second homo run In two days
Batted for Mnnn In eighth.
Chicago 070O0000 07
Boston, 01, 0 00020 03
Two-base hits: Mann, Rudolph. Three
baBe hit:' Zimmerman. Homo run: Con
nelly. Hits: Off Perdue, 3 In two In
nings: off --Rudolph, 4 In seven Innings.
Sacrifice hit: Myers. Stolen bases:
Leach, Mitchell. Double plays: Miller
to Evers, Rudolph to Maranvllle to My
era; Sweeney to Myers. Sacrifice fly:
Archer. Left on bases: Chicago, 4; Bos
ton, 9,, Bases on- balls: Off Overall, 5;
off Perdue, 3; off Rudolph. 3. First base
on errors: Chicago. 1. Hit by pitched
ball: By Perdue, Leach. Struck out:
By Overall, 2; by Rudolph, 2. Time: 2:03.
Umpires: Brenriah'and Eason.
PLAYERS AT PRACTICE
BOSTON, May 20. The Australian ten
nis players. Captain Stanley M. Doust.
Horace Rice,, Aubrey B. Jones and Man
ager E. W. Hicks, arrived hero, today
from Philadelphia for ten days' practice
on the courts of the Longwood Cricket
Later. In the week the American tennis
team, -Maurice E. McLoiigh of San
Francisco, R. Norrls Williams of Phlla
delnhla. and -II. II. Hnfcknt nnrt n. n.
.lttle of New. York, will also appear at
LongWood. While the players will not
meet on opposite sides of the net, they
will give exhibition matches duilng their
Each side will, therefore, have a chanco
of seelnc the other In action ten. rlvs tin.
fore the first of their lnternntionul
rnatches in the preliminary ?ound Jfor
the Davla'cup. - 'VSivCf
.Union Association Ileuts, (
Ogden, 4; Missoula. 13.
Chattanooga, 2; Montgomery, 0.
Atlanta, 11; Memphis, 0.
Nashville, 8: New Orleans, 8.
Birmingham Mobile, rain.
Const I.eiiRUP Results,
Los Angeles, 1; Oakland, 2.
Portland, 4: Venice. 3.
Bah Francisco, 2; Sacremento, L
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