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ShXt'wOUiS Jt WOULD YOVJ (AiMD 1 f ExCOSG fG. 5AM. ) JHH 9 f H6UU is THti THE 1
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DENVER'S HITS MARE- RUNS
Boujrk'es Unable to Tarn Same Trick
&s Do' Grizzlies.
OMArfA USES THREE HURLERS
"WolfirnnK, for Denver, Effective AH
(he Wny nml Mnnngea to Keen
Hlta Scnttereil Fnirnte .
IjImIc Three Innlnga.
It was nn old-fashloncd slugging match
which the Rourkea and champions staged
yesterday afternoon, but although Omaha
outslugged the. llcars, the Denver aggre
gation bunched hits at opportune times
end won the deciding Kn'me of tho aeries,
8 to 6. ').';'
Thrco Omaha pitchers were used, none
of whom waa effective, whllo Wolfgang,
although hit liarj, mnnnged to keep hlta
to scattered that they failed to ma
terlallze Into tallies. The .game waa'do
void of any brilliant playing by either
team. Denver rung up a total of threo
errors, whllo Wallace contributed that
many for tho Rourkcs. But ono stolen
baso waa registered.
Heavy hitting waa tho big noise all
through. Denver made five two-baggers,
while the Rourkes mado four.
Fugate pitched good ball for tho first
thrco Innings, but in the fourth the Grlx
tiles got to him,. Spahr opened with n
tingle Fisher doubled, scoring Spahr.
Ollmoro scored Fishor with a single.
Omaha enmo back In their half of the
fourth and tied It up. Justice opened with
a ainglo to right. Kano followed with
one to center, Johnson doubled, scoring
Justice and planting Kano"on" thlrdrffb'm
whence ho scored on Orubb'a sacrifice fly.
to Channel).
In the fifth Channel! opened with a
double and scored on Butcher's single.
Qulllln sacrificed, but was safe at first
on Wallace's error. Spahr filed to Neff i
and Coffey sent Channcll and Butcher
across on a two-bagger to the center
field boards.
rut In Subs..
Fugate openod tho fifth for Omaha with
a double. Applcgato was put In to run
for him, but got only as far as third baso
during tho remainder of the Inning.
Shestak was sent In to catch In the sixth
and wus safo on an Infield hit. Thomason
forced him at second and landed safe at
second, when Butcher overthrow first
trying for a double play. Neff singled
and Tommlo went to third. Thomason
cored on Qrubb'itout.
Coffey landed safe at first In tho eighth
on Wallace' second error. Fisher sin
gled to left and Wolfgang sacrificed. Cof
fey scored on Ollmoro'a sacrifice fly to
Neff, Fisher crossing the rubber when
Casejdy doubled to left.
For Omaha Shestak landed safe In the
eighth when CasBtdy dropped hla high
fly. Cpngalton singled, but Neff forced
hlm-ll accond, Shestak going to third.
Qruaialngled. scoring Shestak. Wallace
landed safe on Coffey's error and tits
bases were rilled, Arbogast went in .to
bat ' for Peters and sent up a sacrifice
fly. 'Sep ring Neff. a
Chaiiwll opened the ninth, with a sin
gle ahi stole second, scoring on an error
by WW lace, tot umana, jusiiqe-singiea,
wcn
lo third on Shestak'a single and
scoffd
Score;
Congalton'a Texas leaguer.
DENVER.
R. H. O. A. E.
0 2 4 0 0!
0 110 1
2 3 3 0 0
1-18 0 1
1' 1 0 0 0
114 0 0
0 0 0 0 0
1 2 4 3 1
2 2 8 2 0
0 0 14 0
0 0 '0 10
1 U 27 10 "j
Ollniprfe, If. 4
Canrtdt. rf 4
Chunn4ll. cf. &
Bu,teltfi. 2b 5
cJJt'JM 3b 3
HpahbjXo ,. 2
LlkSSEc , 2
Cctfitrosaa. ......... 6
FUber.llb
wolttang, n
Bchreiber. p 0
37
OMAHA.
AB. R. U.
O.
0
2
S
I'
1
4
A. E.
cf.
6 0 1
1 0
Just!,., a. ...
Kane. Hit....
6
6
1 3
0 2
;-,i "s
X- t
1 . 1
C 1
' Vfe t ..M.J.
OoiCjfeltoh. rf, ....... S
Neff. If... :..6
Or ulb. 3b 3
Wallace, it a. t4
1
.0 . 0...1
rugate, p
.01 0
Peters, p. .
AipIegat
Arbogast .
Closman. p.
1 A 0 0
O-r 0 O O
!'n v it - (. o
o-o
Totals. ...tr.?..: is; -e'l' ii
Ran for Bus-ate "In the fifth.
14 ,8
Batted fer,Petra ;lh th$ eighth. i '
Omaha ' J" " " , I
Runs 0 0020102 1-4 6'
Hits .U-LAJ 12 12 3-14.
Denver
Bans ,0 .0.0.2 3 0 0 2 18
Hits 0 2 1 1 1 0 0 2 1-U
Twobasei Tilts: Johhgon (2), Fugate,
Neff Qulllln, Fisher. .Ohannell, Coffey,
f'aasldy Stolen boea: Channel! Sacrl
ftca hlta: Congaltop, Qulllln. Wolfgang;
Hac-riflce files: Qrubb, Arbogast. Ollmora.
Double play: Wallace to Justice, to Kane.
m khi r ukio. vi tn ive innings; "otr
I nters, 2 In threa Inolngs: off Closman,
1 In one Inning; off Wolfgang. II In aeven
and one-third Inning; of t Uchrclber, 3 In
nne and two-thirds Inning. Struck out:
By Fugate t; by , Peter, I: , by Clotman,
1 ly Wolfgang. S. Baaea 'on balls: Off
Fjgate. 1; off Wolfganf."M. Hit by
Mtrhed ball: Qulllln. Bpabr. Left on
bases Omaha. 9; Denver, 8. Time: 2:45,
l mplre: Segrlst.
LINCOLN GETS toUBBER GAM IS
Csplnrca Last ' One of Serlea hr
BnncOnlns; Hit OK Recruit . '
SIOUX CITY, im, June K.-Llneoln
msdo It two out o three over Sioux City
today, bunching hiu effectively off Ftltia.
?.rcP'lt.,5nd wklng Advantage of
whit B wlldnesa. Catcher TloVr t . in.
lured when a ball broke through hla mask
in the fifth Inning. He waa not seriously
rSsr, Lincoln
, AB, R. II O ,A. E
TASVO, 2b 4 1 2 8 1 0
2 I t
Thomoaoit
iM-Wien, .JB... ... - 4 I 1 U 1 1
Make a Poor Cartoonist Nutty
Cobb, rf 3 0
McCormlck, If 4 , 1
Knapp, - o(.. ....:.. 4 0
Collins. 3b 5 0
3)owllng, s 3 1.
linKer, c a
Carney, c.i.... 1 1
Jordon, p.. I 4 1
Totals ...33 7 8 27 II
SIOUX CITV.
Afl. It H. O. A.
Craig, If 5 0 2 0 0
Cooney, 2b 6 0 0 3 3
Smith, ss , 4 0 117
Clarke, 1ft 4 0 1 0 0
Kavldson, cf 4 12 0 0
uauanan. au.i, " u Y i
Burns, lb 4 2 z l i
Vann, c 4 0 0 8 1
Fcltls. p 110 0 3
Whlto. p 2 0 111
Totals 39 4 0 27 IT 2
Lincoln ...1 0102300 0-7
Sioux' City. .... ...0 20011000-4
T ntt ha.... tflAtiv Ctr 7 T.lnnnln.
13: Basea ,oh errors! Bloux City,- 2; Lin
coln. 2. Sacrifice hits: Baker Cnllahan.
Cobb, Jordan, Mullen. Two-oaso nils:
McCormlck, Clarke, Burns, Lloyd. Three
baso bit: Mullen, Knapp. Stolen bases:
MCCormick. Clarke. Hlta: OffiFeltla,
In flvo Innings; off Whlto. 1 In four In
nings, i. Struck out: By Felt la, 4: by
Whlto, 1; by Jordon. 6. .Bases on balls:
Off Fcltls, 3; off White, 6. Hit by pitched
pall;. By Fcltls,, lulen. Time! 2;30. Urn
pi re: Anderson!
WICHITA IiOHKS LAST OF HKIIIISS
Des Molnen, irlth flTeet In Hoi, Too
Much (or Jobbers,
DBS MOINES, Juno 2i). Wichita lost
the final game of the series to Dos Moines
today by tho score of 2 to 1. Manuger
Babb made a desperate effort to breach
the small can by Introduc'lnK Mlddleton
and Castle ns pi.-ich hitters In tho last
two innings to no avail, uotn Hweoi anu
Ilagan had good control and there was
no chance for hard hitting. Hunter made
a running catch of Dills' long fly in tho
first Inning and doubled Babb at first
Tor the reature or the ,dny. acorot
- -WICHITA,-
An. n. ir. o. a. e.
nabbs, 3b..',...7.T..."3 --r l - l- l
Bills, rf 3 0 0 0 0
Burnke, cf , 4 0 0 1 0
Koerncr, lb 3 0 1 JO 1
Hughes, 2b 3 0 0 5 4
Pettlnrew. If 4 0 2 0 0
Rappa, 9,,,,.i.....V..S 0 0 2. 1 .0
Wacob, o 3 0 0 6 2
Bagan, p 1110 5
Scott, p 0 0 0 0 0
Mlddleton 10 10 0
..Castle 1 0 0 0 0
Totals ........29
1 6 21 14
DKS MOINES.
AB. R. II.
O.
4
0
3
0
9
4
4
4
2
A.
1
0
1
3
4
1
0
0
2
Hahn, rf 4
Breen, If 3
'Hunter, cf 4
Leonard, 3b 4
Jones, lb 2
Kellly, s 4
Andreas, lb,,. 4
Sldght, o 2
Sweet, p 3
Totals.....'. SO 2 7 27 13 0
Batted for Ragan in eighth.
Batted for Rapp In ninth.
Wichita 00000100 0-1
Des Moines 00101000 -3
Sacrifice! hits: Rellly, Sweet, Bills.
Double plays: Hunter to Jones; Andreas
to Jones; Rellly to Andreas to Jones.
Bates on balls; Off Swot. 6; oft Scott,
1; oft Ragan, 3. Struck out; By Sweet.
4; by Ragan, 4. Stolen bases: Koerner,
l'cttlgrcw, Hahn, Leonard. Jones (2).
Tlmo: 1;65. Umpire: Collflower.
JOSIF.S OUTPLAY TUB KA1VS'
Have Little Difficulty In Captnrlnir
Game from Touckn.
rpnrmtex. Kan.. June 20. St. Joseph
outplayed Topeka In all departmenta and
had 1111)0 alllicuirj" in winning, otum.
TOREICA.
AB. R. II. O. A.
McLarry, 2b .
Cochran, Sb .
Lee, If.
Forsythe, rf.
nnr ef
.. 3 0 0 2 3
.. 3
.. 4
.. 4
.. 4
1
0.
0
0
0 ,
8
4
7
0
0
0
2
12
4
8
0
0
0
Rapps, lb 4
McAllister. 0. ....... 3
French, ss 8
Reynolds, p '2
Richardson, p 0
Crist 1
Totals 81 3 6 27 18
ST. JOSEPH.
AB..-R. H.
O.
1
0
4
2
3
1
15
1
0
A.
0
0
3
1
2
0
1
Kelly, If. .
Watson, rf.
K
4
OcJis, 2b , 4
.willing, cf E
Griffith, c A 3
Westerxll. 3b 4
Brewer, lb ...4
Melnke, ss 4
Hochler, p 4
J Totals 87
6 12 27 14
'Batted 'for-Reynold in the eighth.
Toneka ..!.' 0 0100010 1-8
St Joseph' ..l 0 0 10 0 0 I ! H
Two-base' hits: Brewer. Watson. Three
bate hit: Witsterxll. Sacrlflco hit: Ochs.
Double play: Reynolds to French to
Rappa Stolen bases: Kelly, 4. Hlta: Oft
Reynolds. 11 Jrt eight Innings; off Rich
ardson, 1 In one Inning. Base on balls;
Off P.eynoWn. off Uoohlcr, 4, Struck
out: Br, Reynold. 4; by Boehler. 8. Wild
pnenea: uy uoenier, . laiieu oau: pic-
Alllatbr.
lilt by ntcnea oau: Reynolds,
J. Tim?:
O'Toole.
2:06. Umpire i Slgler and
TOPEKA KAWS COME
TODAY FOB THREE GAMES
For he second" time this season the
Topeka ' iCa's. vnVec the leadership of
Dale Gear, 'will Invade Omaha. A three
game aeries.' will begin this afternoon.
Following the -ToptfKa, aeries the Rourkea
ulll co to Sioux City for three sramea
and come back herein Thursday, July 3,
... T , ... ...
Playing mree games-wan tne inaians,
two of which will bo pulled oft on July 4.
Folowlng 1b the lineup: tor today's, game:
OMAHA. TOPKKA.
Kane "First Vt.r. Rapps
Wallace..... iBceona: j.i sicLArry
Grubb .....Third .A. Cochran
Justice Short vu't French
Neff .ttrcft Lee
TJje maafchi .Cent er,i . . . .' Gear
LUMKUllUlll.l ...... V 1 J. 1 , . ...........lUlBILiin
Jnhnann.JL. .... .v. .Catch .j.r... McAllister
Roblnon.t.......PUeU. ..yr.yioiiardson
Ft rat llaaenian' for llrOTrna. i
DF.N1BON, Tex.. June 2S.-ClarencW
Covington, first baseman with the Denl-
aon team or the Texas-OKiatioma league,
today waa sold to the St. Louis Ameri
cans It was reported the price waa 11.250
' " ' ' nuiim i a ma
Tho Fertlitent and Judicious t e of
THE BEE:
CHAMPIONS MEET WATERLOO
Hasting Proves Unable to Conquer
Pathfinders.
RILEY BATTED FROM RUBBER
81mnr Follow nnil br Time He Col
lects HU Pltchlnir nnlrka Fre
mont Una Lvnd thnt is
Not Broken.
FREMONT, Neb., Juno 28.-(Speclal Tol-
egram.) Tho locals easily defeated Hast
ings hero today, 7 to 2. Riley was batted
off the mound In tho third and wan suc
ceeded by Shaner. who was hit eouallv
as' hard In the fourth. After the lourth
, ... . . . .
ouiincr duiiicu una ifticui'u tiuuu uaii lur i
tne balance or tno game. The reaturcs
of the came were tho hlttlnir of Wetzel
and Welch nnd the fielding of the entire
Fremont Infield, who accepted thirty-
sevqn chanves without an orror. Score:
HASTlNna. FltEMONT. I
AH.K.O.A.E. AU.ll.O.A.E.
nwhtold, ct s 0 0 0 OTurpin, if... 40000
Fortron. lb l j t lw.ich. '3b.. 3 2 l l o
Line, rt-Jb. 110 2 OWettcl, ct.. 4 3 1(0
TckP, lb.. 2 0 10 1 Ullenrr, lb... 4 1 18 0
IMkw.j, If. 4 1 1 0 OIUli, Jb.. .. 4 3 3 3 0
Smith. b-r( 4 10 3 OOourl, M. 4 18 7 0
McCabe, m. 4 2 3 0 lCltrka, rf 4 0 1 0 0
rwitt. C!..., 4 0 7 2 CNelf. e 3 18 0 0
niltr. P.... 1 110 OOetohell, p.. 2 0 3 0
miner, p. .. 3 0 0 4 0
.Norton .... 1 0 0 0 0 ToUla ....84 12 37 U 0
TotaU ..,.31 7 21 14 "il
Batted for Shaner In tho ninth.
Hastings 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0-2
Frqmont 0 0 3 4 0 0 0 0 7
Two-base hits: Wetzel (3). Getschcll.
Throo-baso hit: Neff. Homo runs: Welch,
Smith. Stolen bases: Bcchtold (2). Ling
(2). Turpln. Henry. Baaea on balls: Off
Mnnncr. z; off Gctchcll. 5. Struck out
By-RIUy, 2t-by Bhaner, 2: by Gctchcll, 3.
ijoud 10 mays: ut ta to Mci nbr. naurinv
to Henry, Gourlcy to Rcsl to Henry. Hit
oy puonea Daw; uy Biianer tisctrj. Time:
1:45. Umpire. Nelson. Attendance: 200.
Grand Island l'crka Up.
GRAND ISLAND, Neb., Juno 26,-(8pe-clal
TultfKram.l Oabnrnn wnn fnnnrt In
bunchca' while Beltz closed up tight on
wnws ana Kept nis mta well scattered.
K. Brown's work at short was fBgt and
lunous ana nis buck work broutcht in
three runs. Brother Buster's home run
did likewise. Tho now membors of tho
team and Manager Forrester Were even
n h.g.lv r,nll,,. All .e h k. .1V...KI.
playa were fast. Scoro:
yohk. nnAvn tauvn.
AD.H.O.A.E. AH.ii.o.A.n.
juc, jd,... iii via sane, id v i a o
Chaw. lb... s o 4 o OForrct.r lb 4 1 12 o t
M.1.'.2b.;-i ? i ? S?ihoo?r' ,C,'J 1 X 2
Malm'at, M. 3 1 3 1 OlVennett, If. 3 1 3 0 0
Mulby, rf.. 4 3 10 Oil. Drown, rf 4 3 0 0 0
aiattlck, c. 4 113 1 OK.Ilrown, aa 4 3 6 6 1
Clark. It.... 4 10 0 OMelker. 3b.. 8 10 10
Everdon, cf. 4 0 1 1 OCoe, a.,,,,, 2 0 10 0
Oiborn, p... 8 1 0 3 0Dlti, p..,. 2 0 0 8 0
Total 83 t U 8 0 Total i ....SO ? 27 IS 2
York 00010100 02
Grand Island 30030001 7
Enrned runs: York, 1; Grand Island, C.
Two-base hits: Mattlcks. Osborne. E.
Brown. Thrcc-buse hit: E. Brown. Home
run; u. Brown. Sacrifice hits: Beltz,
Aiaimquist, (.iinue. atoicn bases: For
rester, u.
osoorne,
by Beltz,
Forrester,
roster (2)
Crnn Puvea Pnvrnecs.
COLUMBUS, Neb., (June 26. (Special
t&&f-JtZSrtrV&t!?ai:
fence In the ninth with two men on bases
and two down won tho gamo for the
Pawnees. Score:
BUPEmon.
CflT.ITMniTH
An.Il.O.A.E.
AD.H.O.A.B.
rrror. aa. .. 4
113 OUondaau, aa 3 0 1
0 1 1 OFmjth, cf.. 3 1 4
8 0 1
Orar, Sb 8
Melnert, M. 8
Lndrth,rf 8
Thleailnr.lt 8
Uockew'i, lb
OUt. 3b.... 4
Smith, .... 3
Vance, f. .. 4
o o
300 ocran, if... 3 2 2
3 0V OeDal. lb.... 4 2 T
110 0 Peaplee, 2b 3 1 4
3 8 0 OSranlon, 3b. 4 1 4
1 4 2 lltamaer. rf. 4 2 2
18 4 lKranlncer,e 4 12
3 0 4 1 Klnjdon. p 4 1 0
0 0
0 0
1 1
2 1
0 0
3 0
8 0
Totala ....3 11 till 8 Totala ....80 11 37 10 2
Superior 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 3 fi
Columbus 2 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 -
Stolen bases! Rondeau. Deal. Sacrifice
hits: Cran (21. Twrwbhae hlta: Molnnrt
Landreth. Deal. Cran. . Double plays
Vance to Obst to Bpckewlta: Klngdon to
Peoples to Deal. Hits: Off Vane. H; off
Klngdon, 13. Struck out: By Vane. 7;
bv Klnsdon. i. Rases on hll: ntt
Vance 4- off" Klngdon 2 TlmaM-lS. Um
iilra? Frieae.
Kearney Annexe Swift One.
KEARNEY. Neb.. Juno M.-ISnedal
Tri.rtm.wrB th. m.tA.t V h
frame
staton Kearney yort from Seward hore
iuuy, a to i. iirrrioii una acock nil in I
the nlnchea and drove In Kearney's runs.
eclieuren'a catch of Hloklln'a drive In the
ninth featured. Score;
BBWAim - kbarkry
aij.h.o.a.e ah ii.o.A.i!.
wiaaer. 2b.. 4 1 0 2 OMeKnlihtlf 3 110 o
Tappaa, aa.. 4
Poteet. e... 4
lllcklln. ct. 4
mack. rf... 4.
nrannon, 3b 3
Mdntyre.lb 2
Ieenard, If. 8
Woode, p... 3
o 3 2 0 trine. n,,;ri 1
1 8 1 OAvock, 2b.. 4 1 1
1 0 1 OHerflott, Mb, 3 1 11
0 10 OBehueraa, c!-3 0 2
114 lOrar, rf 311
0 14 0 lWoodruff.aa 3 0 0
0 1 0 OErickaOn.- c 3, 0 $
10 4a Hrmpton.p 10 1
Totala.
.10 8 II IB 2 Tout 24 8 27. II 0
Seward
n i nninnnn.i
. . iaaaaaa.a.
.warncy v v v v v v v . a i-
Karnea runar Hewara, l;. .Kearney, 1.
Of Wooda. 1; oft Plympton. 1. Left on
Ji'ts: Wlsser, Poteet. Struck put: By
Woods, ; by Plympton. 7. poUbIeplay:
Woodruff to Acock to Herrtott. Stolen
1 &se: Gray, sacrifice hits: Mointyre,
McKnlght. Synek. Herrlott, Scheuren.
iTlme: 1:30. Umpire: Meyers.
Bout to Go Twenty.
vi?iv Am.iiwQ in. 4c n..,.Mi..
their announcement ot yesterday, that the
inaepnaence aay Dout Between Charlie
, Mrpwn. uaseson tmiia: ort P(.rrv naoinir nR-oointinn mv . i. . I H?' ." ! r' !
3. struck out: By Osborne 11: -.w u Eieatti, ci. i u u u)n, an.. i u u u
1. Doublo plays: E. Brown to crowd o 8,000 people, who saw Some ex- wheat. If.. 4 8 8 0 0Ma.ee. If.. 4 2 2 o o
' 1.J.t.??.nxln.k.aSM, t0 Fr- C6,l0nt 0VCnt8' Th p6rry tmk ,S SlllTib..: 4 10 3 OKnabeV'b"! 0 4 3
, Umpire, t ontlUa. hn fastest half mlln trnr-k In Tftnn Hummel, aa 4 1 0 3 ODoolan. aa.. 2 0 0 3 0
wniie ana jacx iiritton, wouia teiv;ncrry. aa, vj s "".
restricted to ten rounds, promoters today I
said the match would be staged aa ,. Some ClinnKeiu
unginaiiy yunnn awrnijr rounaa. uov -
ernur nan was nam uy ne liromoirrn 10
LWJn"! to iow tho twenty-round
Oiawn no uwrauca inai h wouia DeiCree nas oeen piayma wii
atrlctly a boxing conteat and not a prlte along, while Manager Chance haa used
fight tn violation ot the state law. nlve men In the center picture and two In
1C. C. In Federal Lraane.
KANSAS ClTY.JunV"2a-Thft'ovlnir.
tci. Kyfrauchliailn the Fodcral base!
bill leafiua a-oea.'to.Kanaaa Cltv. arrnni. I
lug to an announcement made late today
at the close of a conference between
Otto F Stlfel and Walter E. Frtuch,
nwn.n nf th. st Ijiui. KVri.-,ii i-inh r.A
attorneys representing a group ot Kan.
la City- men. who ur to finance the
unm b
OMAHA, FRIDAY, JTNE
Standing of Teams
WESTERN LEAGUE.
Played. Won. Lost. Pet
Denver G4 44 20 .68S
St Joseph 65 37 28 .K0
Des Moines ....... 05 30 20 .664
Lincoln 05 y, 2) .654
Omaha C7 35 32 .622
Sioux City fit 71 37 .422
Topoka 64 21 40 .375
Wichita 6S 22 461 .32
NATU LEAGUE.
W,L.Pct.
AMER. LEAGUE.
W.L.Pct.
Phlla 46 15 .751
Phlla 3H 19 .667
Now York.. 37 23 .617
Brooklyn ...32 28 .532
Cleveland .,.40 26 .GO!
Chicago 36 31 ,537
Chicago .., .32 30 .6161 Boston 31 28 . 525
Pittsburgh .28 33 .459:
Washington 34 31 .625
Ht. IvOU R....26 36 .419
uctrolt 27 41 .397
St. Louis 26 41 .371
Boston 25 35 .417
'i0'""0" vJ?."371,
AMER, ASSN.
Now York. ..18 42 .300 I
NEB. LEAGUE.
w t jni r
W.L.Pct.
Columbua ..39 27 . 6911 Superior ....25 15 .625
Mllwaukco .43 30 .5S9 Kearney ....2.117 .675
MinnAi'Si H 'SS it 15 1 li
LoUgvni0 ..34 34 '.600 Fremont .-."O 20 .W
Kan. City.. 36 36 .600 Gd. Island... 17 24 .415
loieao zs 41 .406 bowara 16 21 .400
Indl'napolls 26 39 .400 Columbua ...16 24 .400
v,.,.,.,. J,. ii.
JresterUny IlcnnUs.
WESTERN LEAGUE.
Denver,, 8: Omaha. 6.
St. Joseph, 6: Topekn, 3.
Wichita, l: Des Moines. 2.
Lincoln. 7: Sioux City. 4.
NATIONAL LTTAGUR
Chicago, 3; Cincinnati, 5. .
Pittsburgh, 4; St. Louis, 5.
Brooklyn, 4-5: Philadelphia, 2-2.
oBston, 4-3; Now York, 6-11.
AMERICAN LTAGUB.
New York-Boston, postponed.
St. Louis. 7: Detroit, 5.
Philadelphia, 11-10; Washington, 2-3.
Cleveland, 6; Chicago. 7.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION.
Milwaukee, 7: Minneapolis, 2.
Kannsas city, 0; St. Paul, 1.
Indianapolis, 6; Toledo, 2.
Louisville, 6r Columbua, 6.
NEBRASKA STATE . LEAGUE.
Hastings, 2; Fremont, 7.
Seward, 1: Kearney, 8.
Superior, 5; oClumbus, 6.
York, 2; Grand Island. 7.
Gninea Toil nr.
"Western League Donvcr at Des Moines,
Lincoln at St. Joseph. Wichita- at Sioux
CItv. Toneka nt Omaha.
National League Chicago at Clncln
naU. Pittsburgh at St. Louis, Brooklyn
at Phlladelnbla. Boston nt New Ynrk.
A r ..7... irJ.. t!."
St. Louis at Detroit, Philadelphia at
Wnphinntnn ri,.in.i of r-i,in
Amorinan ' a aru.iniinn Tni.n .' r.-.
lumbus Louisville nt Indlannnolls Mil.
"aukc" at Minneapolis KaSsas Cltv at
SL Paul. MlnncnpoUs' KttnBas cltV a.
all.J . . .. .
Fremont. Seward at Kearney, Superior at
,.,,,. v.i, j tij
GREAT CROWD WITNESSES
SPEED EVENTS AT PERRY
i-uiti, ja juno 26. (special Tele-
cram.l The second dav's nrocrnm nf ho I
.... ... .
beforo the meet ends several horses will
have lowered their records. The results
ot th three races on tho card today
v'ere!
2:15 pace
Wnynetta
1 1
6 6
Alice Al.
.rtmanaa u.
4 d
unucKey
3 2
6 3
2 4
Ncosha Maid 5
Miss Lotties M 6
Lady Qulckshot 7
4
Biscuit
dlB
Time. 2:18, 2:i7Vs. 2:17U,
trot:
Princess Louise..... Ill
Taylor W 2 7 d
11 KV and C 3 2 4
Gypsy Constantino 4 5 2
Naturli.h 6 4 6
Mar Klngward , 6 2 7
733
Ulaucola v..
Spartan Queen ..:
Time. 3:1W, 2:30. 2;mi.
:S- l,aoi , , ,
& I 1 J
Ducke W. 2 2 2
Orphens Pan .... .. . .... 3 3 4
Albert E 4 4 S
i diubii .i t v. , v ,r d ........,,,.,........, j i I
Kits Evans 6 6 3
UabyE 7 6 6
Slda Posey 8 8 d
Time, 2:iSU. 3:1SW, 2:15V4.
CBmlirlflKP uer
CamlirldKP Defeats Holbrook.
CAMBRIDGE, Neb.. June 26. tSpeclat.)
Cambridge defeated Holbrook "on the
Ke df ated "h
1 local tuamona. ny ouncning nita witn
errors tn the fourth Inning. Gordon
pitched a fine game and deserved to win.
0 Hcore:
0 Cambridge ...1 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 4 9 0
0 Holbrook 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 4 2
o Batterlea: Cambridge Gordon and
0 Gilbert; Holbrook, Worn! and Bollbaugh.
J Struck out: By Gordon. 13; by Wood, 7.
I "Madtaon Defeats Stanton.
MADISON, Neb,. June 26, -(Special.)-
M.nimn npiraivu diuiliuu iiuiiic.uiu
i fiu,nniii nn tne local aiamona in a
i - m. l E.r
- R.H.E.
ai n 7 A A a A n il
stanton .. ...0 02000000-266
tH.tirinF and MeMullen: Stanton. Hartl-
,Tn and Pass.
T. 7- a a. n.-
Schuyler Defeata NortU uena.
NORTH BEND, Neb., Jw S8. (Spe-
clal.) Tho North Bend base ball team
was defeated Wednesday afternoon by
Schuyler. 7 to .. North Bend lost in an
..m. tn ih. ninth inning. xsaiienea.
North Bend. Cherry and Diffey, 8ohu-
ier. nensa u"'v V '
l Miraie vrc"
xsew xorn ui wiiu i "'
the team since the opening ot the aeaaon
1 aM
I . .
Brolie necopu, Aayway.
Frank Chance's team haa Droicen one
major league record anyway. Never be-
I fore In the history of the big leagues
did any club fall to win a. game on the
homo grounda up to June 7.
I Geneva lua.
OKNEVA Neb, June 2 (Special.)
.QitXton. 1. Geneva, 1
27, 1913.
Drawn
PUT ROLLER UNDER PHILLIES
Dodgers Break Leaders' Winning'
Streak by a Double Viotory.
FIRST GOES FOURTEEN INNINGS
Iincker, AVho Pltchen In Great Style
DurliiK Opener, Forced to
Leave Field Ilrcnnse
of Heat.
PHILADELPHIA. Juno 26. Philadel
phia's winning streak was broken to
day, Brooklyn taking both games of a
double header, the first by 6 to 2, In
fourteen Innlnngs and tho second by 4
to 2. Ruckor, who pitched In grand
style In tho flrst game, waa forced to
leave the field owing to tho heat after
making a single In the thirteenth In-
nlnS- Curtis finisher' out the contest
and also twirled hlH team to victory In
a duel with Alexander In the second.
Brooklyn won tho opener on singles by
wh..( nnuhM-t and Hummell and
Wheat, Daubert ana Hummon, ana
errors by Luderua and KlUlfer In tho
fourteenth Inning.
Both games were filled 'with .brilliant
fielding. The second gamo wns won by
tho visitors In tho ninth Inning on
doubles by Smith, Hummel and Fischer.
Manager Dooln's right hand waa
badly hurt by a foul tip, in tho second
event and was forced to leave tho field.
Score:
Score, first game:
nrtOOKLYK
PHILADELPHIA.
An.H.O.A.R.
AD.H.O.A.B.
iMoran, rf.. 8 1 0
1 OPasVert, cf. 0 3 0 0
CUtthaw, ai I I
Stengel, 2b. 1 4
Wheat, If... ft 3 4
OUuderua, lb. 8 1 10 0 1
8 01xbert, 3b.. 6 3
0. 0Maee. It... 8 1
a 3 u
7 0 0
Daubert. lb. 5 1 II
2CCravath, rf. 8 0
1 OKnabe, 2b.. 1
2 IDoolan, .. 8 1
0 OKIIIIter, c. 6 3
2 Olllipy, p..-. 2 1
1 OBeaton, p.. 2 0
0 0'Dolin 0 0
- 'Miller .... 1 0
10 0
13 0
11 0
8 2 1
0 10
0 S 0
0 0 0
0 0 0
Smith. 3b.. 6 2 1
Hummel, aa 6 2 z
Fischer, c. I 0 10
Ituckcr, p.. S 1 2
Curt I p... 1 0 0
Merer 0 0 0
Totala ....51 10 42 14 lDker .... 1 1
0 0 0
,. ,1 .ToUla ....CO 11 42 23 3
Ran for Rucker In the, thirteenth.
Batted for Rlxey In the seventh.
Batted for Doolan In tho fourteenth.
T)nl,..l fni. flAn'nn In Ihn fnlirtfnrtl
rirooklvn 1100000000000 3-5
lliT?PKy.1..r i i HS, X, ,
I'niiaaCipilia w V u V u l u 1 V V vv v
L Two-base hits: Wheat, smitn. lnree-
Dase nun: moran, uoucn. mw. u"
Rucker. 10 In twelve Innings; off Curtis,
n iwo mningsoii. luxuy, u in oovcu i-
nlngs; off Seaton 5 In seven Innings. Sac-
rlfice'hit: Magce. Bacrlflce fly: Cra-
.i, rtm.hlA nlgv.' IIummf.1 tn Cut.
'"JW to. Dftubert, Doolan w Ljijeruj
Left on buses: Brooklyn. 7:. Philadelphia,
11. Bases on balls. Off iiucKer. s; on
Rlxey, 1: off Beaton, 2. First baao on
otrnrq' TlrnnVlvn. l! Philadelnhlfu L Hit
1SL,!..J,!JfkS rih
I utl UUVi A-l a. Lav. a - J
VLB!' SSSn. T,me:
Score, second gamo:
nnnm.. vt mm inrr mm
i uninjAum. I iiiuniuui tun.
aii.h.o.a.b. ad.h.o.a.b.
Moran. rf. .. S 1 4 O-OPaskert, ct. 4 1 2 0 0
. , . . . , . . n . . J J A ,
Flicher,
4 2 8 0 ODooln. c... 2. 0 11 0
4 0 0 Jl0Kllllffr ...10210
Curtis, p.
Alezander.p 0 0 4 0
Totals ....37 11 27 14 0
' ToUl 30 27 18 0
Brooklyn ..0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 24
Philadelphia 0 0010010 0-3
Two-base hits: Cutahaw, Smith, Hum
mel, Fischer, Luderus, Magee. Stolen
bases: Wheat, Daubert, Magee. Sacri
fice fly: Knabe. Double plays: Cutshaw
to Daubert, Hummel to Cutshaw to Dau
bert. Left on bases: Brooklyn, 6: Phlla
HninMn 3 yirot hn nn hulls: Off Cur.
tla, 1. Struck out: By Curtis, 6; by Alex
ander, s. wna piicn: uuriis. line.
Umpires: Byron and Rlgler.
Clnclmintl Hltn Hani.
CINCINNATI, June 26. Cincinnati won
the second game of the series from Chi
cago today by hitting Cheney hard and
often. Tho score was 6 to 3. Brown,
while hit qulto freely, 'managed to keep
frr.mfB trnuhte
m e erlou s ti rouhio.
A 5. . ?!
?C?wi An,,M , a
Dodge s double, a
me anves wen ncaivereu, auiu wm uow
to Bates, a wild pitch
single scored the first run.
... 1 1 J nlt.l. PI..M.
single scored another In tho second. Sin.
gles by Dodgo. Clark. Brown. Bates and
I ...... p....- . . ' " , . ,, ,
Cincinnati In the fourth, whllo In tho
mth TinKer aouo.oo, oiu
Detwcen xne pasea on ( 6unucr,
I riroh then walked, sending Dodge to eO'
ond and the latter scorca wnen uiarK
singled.
Evfrs' slntrle. Zimmerman's triple and
.K
I.IIIIUQU lllVll ... ...c ...u ........ i-
.11'. ..all TlrMiVAllfa Ktnc?lA nnd TlntA1
ell'a walk. BrldwelUs slhgle and Bates'
error tallied tho visitors' other run In
the ninth. Score:
CHICAOO. CINCINNATI.
AD.H.O.A.E. AU.ll.O.A.E.
Ieach. ct.. 4 2 2 1 ODeacher, It. 4 0 0 0 0
EYer, 2b,.. 4
Schulte, rf. 4
Zlm'an, 3b.. 4
1 a uiwra. ... I I 1 1 1
0 2 2 OManans, cf. 4 1 6 1 0
13 0 OTInker, aa.. 4 3 1 3 0
110 OHoblltial.lb MUM
Mitchell. If 3
Sater. lb... 3
0 11 ODodge, 3b... 4 3 0 4 1
Drldwell, aa 3
Dreanahan.e 4
1 3 1 Oaroh. ib.... 3 12 3 0
14 3 OClark, c 4 2 3 0 0
uiinti, p.., a
1 0 3 0 Drown, p... 4 10 2 0
eoonrt. .... 1 0 0 0 0
ToUla ....32 13 27 14
Totala ....22 lzt 18 ft-
Bates out, hit by batted ball In fourth.
I pm o 0000200 l-s
Cincinnati . ... ....1 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 -6
Two-base hlta: Mitchell, Iiresnahan,
nrinVor rinda. nmh. Thri.p.hsB hit.
Zimmerman. Sacrifice hit: IIobllUeL
sacrifice fly: Saler. Stolen bases: Bates,
Tinker Dodee- Left on bases: Chicago.
7. Cincinnati. 9. Bases on balls: Oft
I ni.AA.. j. tr Tt.AWr, J till hu nt!.,
bayy. By Cheney, Qroh. Struck out: By
Cheney, J; uy urown, z. wna pucnea;
By cneney ta. me: 1:0 umpires
I Brennan and Eaaoq.
I GUnta Take Tno.
mmv Vflltlt. Jun 58. New York InnV
1 . - TViatnn tnitnv I tn 1
tjo games S
, fnur run ltail anil hm l n it
ffee":ro!na 5?" r iTventh lnnlne- slnal
t0$rkne. r Meyer, fnd Snll.
1 grass, a pair 01 wna Piicnes Dy Tyler
land Burns' double, which waa made
ff gjme. netting four rune. Tyler
did not allow New York a hit In tho
ftt five Inntnga. Boston had many
cnancea to pile up runs early In the
game. but lost them by poor Judgment
on the bases.
in tha second game. New York had
(everything Ite own way and the game
developed Into a farce after the fifth.
I when lleaa waa oatiea aji over the Held.
for The Bee by
Doyle hit for a home run In this In
ning with the bases full. Mathewson
eaved the first game, and after holding
Boston to thre hits In six Innings, In the
second game, he gave way to Crandall.
Score:
Score? frst game:
. BOSTON". NEW TORK.
AU.ll.O.A.E. AD.H.O.A.B.
Maran'le. aa & 1 4 4 OBurna. it... 2 2 2 0 0
iMjrera. lb... 4 1 10
0 0 Fritter, Sb.. 2 0 1 1 0
0 OIlerzoK. 3b. 2 1 0 0 0
CttnnoiIr.lt S 3 I
Hi tilth, lb... 3
TUu, rf.... 3
10 2 1 Fletcher, ss 4 0 1 2 0
110 0 Doric. 2b... 3 0 3 8 0
2 12 lMerkle. lb. 4 1 1 0
aicponaldlb 4
Mann. cf... 3 12 0 OMurrar. rf. 4 12 2 0
llarlden, c. 3 0 1 1 OMerer. 0.. 3 1 7 1 2
Seymour .. 1 0 0 0 0'Cooper .... 0 0 0 0 0
Whaling, c 0 0 2 0 OWllnon, c... 0 0 2 0 0
Tjler, p.... 10 0 1 0Bnodaraaa.ct 3 110 0
Kromme, p. 1 0 0 1 0
Totala ....SS 11 24 12 iCrandall, p. 2 0 0 2 0
OranO 0 Q 0 0 ,0
MatheVn, p 0 0 0 2 0
ToUla ....30 7 27 17 2
Batted for Rariden In the eighth.
Ran for Meyers in tho seventh.
Ran for Crandall In the seventh.
Boston 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 04
New York 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 0 6
First base on errors: New York. 1. Two-.
baso hit: Burn. Three-base hits: Maran
vllle. Connolly (2). Sacrlflco hits: Titus.
Left on bases: New York, 4; ' Boston, 9.
Bases on balls: Off Froramo, 3; off Tyldr.
1; off James, 1. Struck out: By Fromme,
1; by Crandall, 1; by James, 3; by Math
ewson. 1. Hit by pitched ball: By Tyler,
Snodgrass. Wild pitches: By Tyler, 2.
Hits: Off Fromme, 7 In four Innings,
none out in nttn; on Crandall, 4 In threo
Innings: off Mathewson, none In two In
nings; off Tyler, 6 In six and one-third
innings; off James, 1 In one and two
thirds Innings. Time: 2:10. Umpires:
Qulgley and Orth.
Score, second game:
BOSTON. NEW TOrtK.
Maran'e, ss 4 0 t 4 0 AD.H.O.A.E.
Myers, lb... 4 1 10 1 llrma. It S 3 2 0 0
Connollr. If 4 1
1 0 OHerzag, 3b.. 6 113 0
0 2 1 Fletcher, aa 4 2 0 2 0
0 2 OOrant, ss... 0 0 10 0
4 2 ODoyle, 2b... 2 13 4 0
1 0 OMerkle, lb.. 4 1 10 0 0
1 1 OMurray, rf. 3 1 4 0 0
0 1 lMeyere, c... 2 12 10
1 1 1 Hartley ...11400
1 6 0Snodcraa,ct 2 10 0 0
0 0' OCooocr. cf. 1 O 0 0 0
8mlth, 2b... 4 1
Tltua. rf.... 4 1
McDonald. lb 4 3
Mann. cf... 0 0
Seymour, cf 3 0
Whaling, e. 1 0
Drown, o.... 2 0
Hesa. p 1 1
Nor, p . i o
Sweeney
1 0 0 0 PiMathew'n, p 2 2 0 8 0
Tliorpe .... 1 0 0 0 0
35 8 24 20 4Crandal p.. 1 1 0 1 0
Totala
Totala ....SS 15 27 14 0
Batted for Noyes In the ninth.
Batted for Mathewson In the sixth.
Bpston ..0 000000123
Now York 0 1 1 1 6 0, 0 2 -U
First base on error: New York, Two
base hit: Smith. Three-base hlta: Mer
kle, Connolly. Home run: Doyle." Sacri
fice fly. Noyes. Stolen bases: Murray,
Meyers, Cooper. Left on bases: New
York, 3; Boston, i Double plays:
Mathewson to Fletcher to Herzog to
Doyle, McDonald to Meyers. Bases on
balls: Off Crandall, 2; off Hess, 2; off
Noyes, 1. Struck out: By Mathewson, 3;
by Crandall, 3; by Noyes, 1. Hits: Off
Hess. 12 In four and one-third Innings;
off Noyes, 3 In three and two-thirds In
nings; off Mathewson, 3 In six Innings:
off Crandall, 6 In threo Innings. Time:
1:60. Umpires: Klem and Orth.
St. Lonla "Wins in Eighth,
ST. LOUIS, June 26.--St. Louis, by
scorln gthree runs In the last half ofl
the eighth Inning, defeated Pittsburgh,
6 to 4, In the second game of the series.
St. Louis' runs In the eighth .were the
result of Konetchy'a home run drive
to left field with two of the bases oc
cupied. Pittsburgh's runs were scored
by bunching hits with errors. Magee
rurnisnea tne iteming icaturcs. Hcore:
ST. LOUIS. I'lTTSBUnoH
AD.H.O.A.E. AD.H.O.A.E'.
Huaatna. 2b 4 0 1 0 0 Byrne. 3b... 4 0 2 0 0
Magee, It... 3 1 6 0 0 Carey, If.... 3 -0 3 0 0
TOI.S4 Hu SSA....8rVloi, 2b.... 3 114 0
Oikoa, cf,... 4 13 0 ftButler, as,. 8 2 14 0
Whined, 3b. 4 2 1,5 OMUler, lb.. 4010
Konetchy, lb. 4 18 OOKommere, cf 1 3 3 0 0
Brana, rf,.. 4 2 3 0 0 Coleman, a 2 0 2 1 0
O'Leair, aa. 2 0 1 1 JHendlix, p. 2 0 1 2 0
Iloberts, c. 4 0 b 1 o-wagner ..10DOO
Bailee. P.... 3104 0 '
r Totals ....19 (24 10 1
Totala ....33 8 27 11 2
Batted for Hendrlx In the ninth.
Pittsburgh 0 0001300 0-4
St. Louis 0 0000203 5
Two-base hits: Evans, Wilson (2).
Three-base hit: Kommers. Home run:
Konetchy. Sacrifice hits: Coleman, Kom
mers, Vlox, Butler. Sacrifice fly: Hend
rlx. Stolen baBes: Butler, Carey. Left
on bases: St. Louis, 6; Pittsburgh, 6.
Bases on balls: Off sauee, z; off uena
rlx, 2. Struck out: By Sallee, 4;, by
Hendrlx, 2. Time: 2:05. Umpires: O'Day
and Emslle.
American Association.
At St- Paul R.H.B.
Kansas City 6 8
St Paul , 16 3
Batterlea: Morgan and O'Connor; Laroy
and James. ,
At Columbus lt.tl.12,
Louisville 6 10
Columbus i 6 8 2
TiAttArlea: Woodbu'm. Northrop. Ellis
and Severoid; cook ana umiw. ;
At Toledo R.H.E.
Indianapolis , 6 11 2
Toledo z 7 2
Batteries: Harrington and Livingston;
Collamore and Krueger.
At Minneapolis
Milwaukee 12?
Minneapolis ,2 7 4
n.it.ric.' Hnvllk and Hugnes: lu
Smith, Young, Olmstead and Owens, W,
Smith.
Good Time at Huron Races.
HTTnnN. B. D.. June 26.-Speclal.)
w.itn.siiav'ii races were even more ot a
success than those of the day before and
this year a vuui Aiaim. mcci n.w
i. nmvlne one of the best.
Thu 2:20 Dace of 2:15 trot for a purse of
$35(r won by Dad Mix of Brookings, with ,
second. Onward B L. H. Best, LaHarpe,
111. Nancy Davis, Riley Fye, Glencote, j
Minn., ana waiter .rune, muiira rraun, i
Dodge City, Kan., tied for third and dl- J
vlded third and fourth money.
Ony, ownea Dy rea crawiora oi uta i
Mninea. Ia.. took the 2:36 trot for a purse
of 3350. Second was won by Ethel McKee,
Gilbert Bersing, Minneapolis; mira ay
t.,.-i f. . ,-i xtral.. ItAnnr R Tl I
fourth by Aegon Girl, A. F. Schultx,
Clark, S. D.
neatrlee Defeata Fatrbnry.
BEATRICE, Neb.. June 26. (Special.)
The Beatrice Tennla club yeaterday de
feated the J?alrbury Tennis club, winning
five singles out of six and two doubles
out odf three. The vlaltora came over In
the afternoon returning In the evening.
Beatrice waa represented by Messrs.
Young. Weaverllng, Parka. B. M. Ray
nor, U. a Raynor, Helmer and Strunk,
and Falrbury by Messrs. Barries. E.
Goodrich, F. Goodrich, Wonder, Bradley
and Wessler.
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Those who picked Charley Pick for a
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Ho .has landed on tho New York Ameri
cans, that Is, he has been bought -by-Manager
Chance, along with rOutfJeldcri
Teddy Kroy of Terre Haute for-delivery7'"'
at the end of tho present season.
Pick Is the boy( who tore up tho berth-,
at third for Omaha a while until Bert!
Nlohoff came to the team's rescue.' Dicks
was raw then and made lots ot mistakes,',
so many, Ih fact, that, coupled .with
errors by Kneaves at short, the two: of
them last thirty-two games by '.actual .
cdunt for the Rourkes 'In .half ;a anasorj,
Pick's favorite pastime was hurling tha
ball over the right field .bleachers when
It came time, to' throw a runner out at
first. But he had tho build, the sp'ocl
and tho willing, sunny disposition ' tp
help him under good training Into a. fin
ished product and evidently he has fallen
heir to the training. " ','
Union Association Rcsnlta.
Ogden, 8; Great Falls, 6.
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