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    THE BEE: OMAHA, MONDAY, MAY 25, 1914.
Bringing Up Father
Drawn for The Bee by George McManus
Copyright, 1H I, by international News
. Service.
ROURKES TROUNCE WICHESfe".
Maddox Tribe Soundly Whipped by
One-Sided Score of 9 to 1.
EBSON CLOSMAN HAS BIG DAY
Omaha. Tnlrlrr Mold Opponent to
Fire Sen tiered lilts, .MnUen Tun
Slashing Hlnstlca nod Hp
Fields nrlllliintly.
Kirk Maddox and his warriors from
Wichita fell before the Rourke scythe In
Sunday's battle chiefly becaure the
Rourke have doeided that any and all,
no matter what their pedigree be, ahall
be bumped rood and hard until a soft
est Is procured In the first division.
Wichita wu scheduled to play Omaha,
yesterday so It was the Witches that were
hurt. The final score cf. the combat was
0 to 1.
Kbaon Cloaman. portsider, was on the
mound for Omaha and he was a con
spicuoua participant of the Joyful pastime.
On lone tally and five measly scattered
blnglss was the net product of the Wlches
off doiman, and, what Is more, Cioe
rr.an made six aaslsta and two putouts
ana rammed out two regular hits. He
also made the error which enabled Wich
ita to score, but what matters that aa
long as he drove In two runs to make
up for It.
Floral Offerlngr to Henry,
Among the pastlmers on tho Kansas
quad la one Dutch Henry, Omaha born
and built, Dutch came Into this world
two blocks away from the Itourke ball
yard and lingered In that vicinity for
reveral year learning the national pas
time. He was a player on the Original
In thla city for several years. A a token
of their esteem and appreciation a bunch
of Omaha buga presented Dutch with an
Immense floral horseshoe oa he stepped
to the plate In tho Initial inning. Tho
floral offering was very beautiful and
probably very costly.
Omaha copped one count In tho second
Inning, but In tho third the real damage
was done. In that stanza some six scores
were marked after two had suffocated. A
couple more were added in the sixth Just
to help batting averages a little.
Congalton'a drive to right, Krug'a sacri
fice. FUxalmmona' error nnd Crosby's long
sacrifice fly gave Omaha the first run.
After Bchlpke had walked and. Clanoy
hod forced the Skipper at second and
Thomaaon had filed out In the third, tho
big noise broke. Ward hit one In the air,
which the wind carried In iiuch a lg-ag
course that no fielder could catch It. In
the meantime Clancy came home. Con
gallon singled to right, on which Ward
took third. Conny also copped second on
the thrown-ln. Krug soaked a pippin to
left and Ward and Dunk hopped for the
plate. Nicholson threw the ball home and
Marty Krug, Just to show the Wlches he
was some spoed demon on tha paths
raced clear around to third before any
body realised what he was doing. Chase
placed one over second, scoring Krug.
Crosby's drive scored Chaae and Clos
rnan'a unexpected single scored Crosby.
Two 2Iorr for RonrUes.
Crosby opened the alxth with a hit to
right. Closman .struck out, but Skipper
Bill slammed a, two'-sackor.' Clancy hit
one to O'Rourke' and Crosby rambled
home on the piHout nt flraU Thomaaon
walked and he and Skip started a double
steal which carried Skip over tho pan.
Wichita made Its lone tally In the sixth
Perry was an easy out, but Ochs singled
to right Nicholson walksd and Closman
made a hum heave ta first to 'catch that
gentleman exploring the neighborhood of
the sack without paying any particular
attention to his proximity to the bag
itself, Kbson would have had Nicholson
easy, but the ball went clear to the
bleachers and Ochs scored from second.
After that no scores were made off the
little left-hander.
Today the same team will play at
nourke park. It will be ladlea' day and
the game will be called at 3 o'clock. Score:
OMAHA.
Aa P. II.
O.
11
Bchlpke. 2b....
Clsncy. as
Thomason, cf..
Ward. 3b
eongalton, rf-
Krug. if
Chase. Ib
Crosby, c......
closman. p....
3 I 1
.. 2
.. 4
.. 3
.. 3
.. 4
.. 3
..4
Totals
......so
9 12 27 13
WICHITA.
AB. R
H.
2
0
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
A.
0
0
t
I
0
0
7
I
Irha. 3b
4 1
Nicholson, II
O'Bourke. 3b 4
Henry, lb
Graham, c
Bills, cf.......
Bossolonl. rf
FHtalmmons, ss 4
Perry. P
O
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Total ,
33, 1
21 II I
Omaha ......
Buns 0 I 6 0 0 2 0
Hlti I 1IMI1
Wichita-
nun t-.O 0 0 0 0 10
Hlti I..0 O00111
0
1
0 0 -
1 l-
Btolen basea: Clanoy. Bchlpke. Thoma
Tn.hui hits: Sehlnke. Graham.
Ocha. Three-base hit: Clancy. I-ft on
bases Omaha. 3: Wichita, 6. Struck out:
By Closman. 5: by Perry. 3. Baass on
hll Off Closman. z oir i-erry, . 1111
by pitched bail: Cngalton. Passsd ball:
iVosby. Time: 1:40. Umpire: Haskalt.
rosby.
1ADIANS
TIB CAN TO linoWH
Prlre Him from Mound In Blsihtb
and Defeat Topeka.
SIOUX CITY, May ti-Bloux City drove
J'Jtul Brown from the mound In tha ninth
' ''''' 'm
1 1 1 I ifff-
K and took the ooenlnr itma of the
rles from Topcka, t to 3. Score;
SIOUX CITT.
AB. It. II. O. A. E.
Cooney, 2b & 0 2 3 2 0
Clarke, If 1 0 0 0 0 0
Davidson, rf 5 11110
Kane, lb 2 1 1 It 0 0
Lejeune, of 3 2 1 2 0 0
Balrd, 2b 3 1 2 0 2 1
Callahan, is 112 14 0
Crisp, c 4 2 3 9 10
Doyle, p 3 0 0 0 3 0
Totals 33 "$ 12 27 1
TOPEKA.
A B. R H.
Cochran, 3b 4 0 0
Lemmon, ss..... ,4 2 t
Tolllon, If 1 1
Koerner, lb 2 0 1
McAllister, c. 3 0 0
Gear, rf.. 4 0 1
French, Jb 4 0 0
AVakefleld. cf 3 0 1
Drown, p 3 n , 0
Holmbe, p 0 0 0
Kapps 1 0 0
E.
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Totals 32
5 24 11
Batted for Holmbe In ninth.
Bloux City 0 1 2 1 0 0 0
R
0-3
Topeka 1 0 2 0 0 0 0
Two-base hits: Koerner, Kane, Crisp
(2). Sacrifice hits! Balrd, Doyle. Btolen
banes: Davidson, Lemmon, Tolllon, Wake
field, Lejeune, Cooney. Double play:
Wakefield to McAllister to French. In
nings pitched: By Drown, seven and one
third; by Holmbe, two-thirds. Bases on
Dans: urt Doyie, 4; otr urown, 4. tsirucK
out: By Doyle, ; by Brown, 7. Wild
pitches: Doyle, Holmbe. Passed ball:
McAllister. Hit by nltched ball: Lemmon.
Wakefield. Time: 2:15. Umpires. Gas
ton and Stockdale.
LINCOLN TAKES Tli3 OPENER
Antelopes Defeat Boosters by Fire
to Pour Score,
DKB MOINES. May 2l.-Llncoln Won the
opening game of the series from the
Boosters this afternoon by a scoic of
to 4. score:
DES
MOINES.,
An. n. it, o.
A. E.
Hahn. rf
. 4
. 5
.. 3
. 4
. 4
.. 4
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
0
1 turner, cr
Brecn, If
Jones, lb,...,
Burrejt, 3b
nollly. ss
3
2
13
0
0
0
2
2"
1
2
0
4
0
3
2
Halev. c 4
ft.....
9 . 1
Andreas, 2b 4
02
0 0
comer, p n
Klnsella. n 2
Shaw 1
27 11
O.
0
12
3
2
5
1
1
3
0 .
27
27
A.
1
0
1
0
0
2
0
0
3
7
Totals 31 5 9
Batted for Klnsella In ninth.
'Des Moines 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-4
ICIncoln 2 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0-S
Two-base lilts: Miller Klnsella. Haley,
Klmw. Three-base hit Hahn. Bases on
balls: Off Collier. 2. Struck ouf By
Klnsella. 1; by Scrogglns. 3. Double plays:
Betlly, unassisted; McOaffln to Lloyd to
Mullen. Sacrifice hits: Mullen, Lloyd,
Milter, Qulllen. McOaffln. Hits. Oft
Collier. 3 In one Inn ng. none out In sec
ond: off Klntella. 6 In eight Innings. Ttelcn
base: Miller. Wild pitch! Collier. Left
r.n bases: Des Moines, 7; Lincoln, 6. Time.
2:06. Umpire: Parent.
DflUMMF.nS
nouT-
iRI7.Kl.IKS
Loose Fielding and Hal of St. Jor
. 3lrn Give Rears' Detent,
ST. JOSEPH. Ma, May 24.-roose field
Ing behind King and the bats of the lo
cals put the UrUslles to rout this after
noon in the rirsi game or tne series. Tie
gome wa featured by fast fielding. 8core:
DENVEll.
An. n.
H.
0
0
1
1
2
0
t
1
1
o.
0
A.
1
0
2
0
0
1
1
0
Faye, 2b 3
Cassldy. rf 4
Barbour, 3b 4
Butcher, cf ,.. 3
M'tchall. If. 4
-off ay. ss..
3
Fisher, lb.
4
Block. C.....11...1.... 3
King, p..;. 2
Totas' ..30 6
ST. JOSEPH.
34
AB.
II.
0
0
O. A.
n. Watson. 2b...
3
S 4
Fox. It 4
G. Watson, rf. ....... 4
Patterson, lb..,. 3
iintton, ss ii
Davis, ct 2
Wall. 3b 4
Sohang, c , 4
Thomas, p. 4
E,
Totals 31 1 1 S7 16. 3
0
Denver 0 0 0 0 1 3 1 0 0-5
St. Joseph t 0 0 0 0 3 0 2 '-7
1
0
0
Three-base hit: G. Watson. Two-baae
1
hits: Davis. Butcher. Patterson, Fisher.
Block. Stolen bases: G. Watson. Butcher.
Sacrifice hits: Fox, Patterson, Faye.
Coffee. Sacrifice fly: Davis . Double
0
0
0
1
ploys: King to Cofrey to Klsljer: Kisher
to Faye: Brltton to It. Watson to Patter
son (2); IV Watson (unassisted.) Bases on
3
balls: Otr King. Ji on xnomas. j. wua
pitch: King. Time. 1:45. Umpires: Barr
and McCnfftrty
E.
0
0
0
Wisner Trims Hooper
0
0
0
0
By Four to One
W18NKR. Neb., May Jt.-tSpeclftl Tele-gram-)
Wtiner defeated Hooper, 4 to 1.
The features of the game were the good
pltahlng1 of both pitchers and the snappy
fielding of both teams. Bcoro: R.1I.E.
1
Wisner ..
Hooper ..
...0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 4
. .1 0000000 0-1
2 1
4 4
Batteries: Wisner. McGlll and Thomp
son: Hooper. Freeman nnd Hennlngsen.
Birucic out: y atcoiu, ?: by freeman, w.
New Interseholaatle Record.
PRINCETON. N J. May 24. -Charles
Boughton of the New Central and Com
mercial High school, set a new world'a
Intcrscholastic record for the two-mile
run yesterday In Princeton's annual Inter
aohofastlc track meet, finishing In :51H.
The previous mark waa 13. held by E.
II Humphreys of the Philadelphia High
school.
Totals 33 4 9
DINCOLN. ,
AB. n. H.
McOaffln, ss 4 0 1
Mullen, lb 3 .2 0
Lloyd. 2b 4 1 1
Miller. If 2 0 2
Rchrelber. of 4 0 1
Qlllllen, 3b 3 0 0
CJller. rf 4 1 1
iriehor, c .....3 1 1
Scroggln. p 4 0 2
Totals 31 6 9
KEARNEY BREAKS HOODOO
After Losing Twelve Straight, Thir
teenth Lncky for Tailenders. .
HASTINGS DEFEATED IN BATFEST
Visitors Are Trimmed by Score of
Thirteen to Eight by Home
Team, Which Has IJren
' Strengthened.
KEARNEY, Neb., May 24.--ifapeclal Tel
egram. ) In a batfest today Kearney de
feated Hastings, 13 to 8, after losing
twelve consecutive gumes. The game wua
played before a large crowd at the county
fair grounds, a special train having been
run from Kearney and Black Hills.
Plimpton pitched a fast game for Kear
ney and was relieved by McVay when
his finger was Injured. The Kearney
team has been strongthned. The score;
1IAST1MIH.
KEARNEY.
An.ll.n.A.K.
All.ll.O.A.F..
Dechtold, rft.l
1 0 0Hrnk. 8b... 1
unrQwn, id t 2
Ilennttt. ct. 0
B. Brawn. Jb I 3
Mi-Cat. 2b. t I
Orttmtn. It. 4 1
Illch'dion. il 1
Ullrich, ft.. J t
Mltr. p. ... i i
6 1 SMtnr. cf.. I 1 2
I 1 lOrumro, lb., 11
i A OWedal, If . I 1
1 I VACock. !b, . S 1 6
2 0 OHIId'brd. rt. J 0
7 1 OLowt. m. .. 1 t 3
t 3 lErlckion. c. 3 t 3
o 3 orirmrrton, pile
, MeVtr. p... 0 o o
41 19 24 I IWfliht, p.. 1 0 0
Tottlt
Totals ... 41 17 27 2
tllastlngs 0 OO0O7 100-8
Kearney 0 0 5 0 0 0 -l3
Two-base hits. Oettman, Matncy,
Drunim. Lowe. Three-baso hits: Drumm,
Richardson, McCabe, Hllderbrand, Wet
zel. Stolen haea: Hllderbrand. Double
plfcyi Acock to Drumm; Bases on balls:
Off Riley. 5, oft Plymptnn, 2; off lie
Vny, 1; off Wright, 1. Icft on bases:
tastings, v: Kearney, ia. nil y pucuea
ball; Bcchtold, Lowe, JSrlckson. Struck
out: By Wright. 3; by Riley. 6. Wild
pitch: MoVay. Time: 2:10. Umpires Qulg
ley. Scorer: McClure.
York Tnkn Onme.
ORAND ISLAND. Neb!. May 2l.-(8pe-
clal Telegram.) Six, hits for ten bases,
and two walks off Hatch In the fourth
won for York and Schlssel's one-handed
catch of a hot liner In the seventh added
materially In tripping the urand island
ers who were coming up from behind.
Miller waa hooked In the seventh after
allowing a walk, a single, a double and
a triple. Score ;
TURK. UllA.Nl) IHUANU.
AU.H.O.A.L An. II. OA. F
like. .... I 3 4 ORobcn. 3b. . 4 1 2 1 0
Ifchtutl. lb. S S 13
Cltrk. II.... I 3 3
OSmltb. 3b .. 4
Ol'ajnc. It... 4
OHch'now. cf 3
orMiwnti rt . 4
OVtnrt, e . . .. 4
UWrd, it ... 4
OCIslrt. lb, . 2
Ollttcb, p.... 4
3 X
0
0
1 2
3 0
0 -1
2 2
0 13
0 1
Murphy, ct. S 3
Totten. lb.. 5 1
Atb. rt 1 I
rierct, jb... t z
IUUM, - c... 1
Miller, p.... 3 a
limit, p... 1 0
1 1
0
..M K 27
0 0 0
0 2 0
Tottlt ..
u 0
0-7
0-4
ToUlt . ..31 It 17 It 0
York 0 0 0 7 0
Urand Island. 0 0 0 0 2
Earned runs: One each. Two-base hits:
Clark, II n Ik lit, Smith, Three-base hitsi
Clark, Murphy, Downey. Sacrifice hlti
Downey. Bases on balls: Off Miller, St
off Hatch, 3. Struck out: By Miller, 1;
by Harris, 3) by Hatch, 4. Itt on basest
York, 7; Urand Island, 8. Umpire Myers.
Beatrice- Uefrnts Columbus.
COLUMBUS, Neb., May 2l.-(Speclal
Telegram.)-Beatrlce won from Columbus
today. One of the features being the
spearing of a liner by Third Baseman
Clark of the Pawnees In the eighth, when
the visitors had the banes full. McAlcar's
work as umpire on both days made the
fans feel that Qulgley should have been
retained here for the series. The score;
UEATRICn. COLtlMPUS.
All. ll.O. A K All. II O.A.R.
Uni, cf 4 0 t e ODrtert. cf.. 3 1 3 1 e
Hrtnaon, Jb 1 1 1 1 OPalracr, .. 4
1 2
0 1
s It
2 1
2
0 2
1 3
0 D
0
llltct, rf. ... t 1 Q o OCrtn, If
Ntff, 3b.... 3 3 3 3 ODctl. lb....
lUktwIti. lb 4 3 14 2 OCItrk, Jh. ..
Cot, c 3 0 ii 2 Ot'rttt rf...
BrtiB, If.... 4 0 1 0 0 Admit. 2b.
Otrtr, ... 3 0. 1 0 3Ne. c. ..
McDoa'ld, pi I I IThlemtn, p
' Krnlnsr. .
Ttit ... ji 1 n it J
ToUlt . ..33
Krnnlnger batted for Nee.
' st it 0
Beatrice 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 02
Columbus 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1
Two-base lilts: Neff, Bookewlts (2),
Palmer. Pratt. Bases on balls: Off Thle
man, 3; off McDonald. 3. Struck out: By
Thleman. 6; by McDonald, 4, Umplret
McAlear.
Norfolk Lose to Superior,
NORFOLK. Neb., May 24. -(Special Tel-egranU-Siiperlor
defeated the Norfolk
"rummers nunaay afternoon, 13 to 6.
, . ;"' . itia.i'.i. ut ouirr,ur re
sulted In the retirement of Routt In the
pixm inning, tienton, wno succeeded him.
was batted for alx costlv hlta. Th nmm.
incra naa me game won In the xeeond
Inning when Errett went .Mid. Hn
ueceeaeu oy i-arKS, wno nelU the Drum
mers 10 mree nus. i-anuretn a one hand
running catch of a long drlvo was the
feature of the game. Score.
ta-rBiuon. noiifolx.
AD.HO.A.K An 11 n a p.
unti, ib. . t 1 0 3 01t.lt. 2h . . 4 1 3
art). 2b.. . ( 1 3
Krmpln. 11. I t
Thilulos. If 4 1 1
landrwtb, rt. I 2 3
nrown, cf. . 13 3
nsltr. lb.. I 1 10
Orrst. t .. 4 1 7
Rrrttt. p. . . 0 0
rtrki. p..,. 4 3 0
iDttsM ct .. 4
ORtmitr, lb. i
OMIIltr. It... 4
OMtlkrr. 3b.. 1
OCoblt. M. . 4
OUutier. c. . . 3
tntichell. rf. 4
ORoutl, p... 3
orwnton. p. .
S 3
1 ie
1 1
3 e
1 3
s
0
9 0
Tottlt . it II r, 1 2 ToUlt . ..13 6 17 14 4
Superior 1 0 0 2 t 0 lls
Norfolk 0 6 0 0 0 0 1 0 ft6
Two-base hits: Ramsey, Brown. Melker
(2). Oray Kempln. Oreene. Obat. Miller.
Thelssing, Land re th. Bases on balls: Off
noun, 1; 011 uenton, 1: otf nrrett. 3 in
one Inning: off Parks. 1. Struck out: By
Routt. 1 by Denton, 3; by Parks, 6. Left
on bases: Norfolk. 9; Superior. 6. Wild
pitcnes: Krrett. I'srKa, Paed ball:
Denton. Hit by pitched ball. By Errett.
Rels and Coble. Stolen base Gray,
Kempln. Rels, Ramssy. Coble. Sacrifice
una: aimer, Aieixcr, Tneissing, Green.
Tlmej 2:05. Umpire: Dixon.
BROWN HOLDS INDIANTS
SAFE AND SLUFEDS WIN
INDIANAPOLIS, lnd.. May 24.-Brown
held Indianapolis sate at critical times
while his teammates hit the ball herd
and Et- Louis defeated the locals, 9 to
today. Crandall and Tobln each mad;
three hits In four time at bat. Score:
R.HR
St. Louis 020J0J 10-9 11 :
inaianapoiia .iouioiooo374
Datterlet Brown and Hartley: Mullen,
Moseley and Rarlden,
Standing of Teams
WEST. LEAGUE. I NATL- LEAGUE.
W.I Pet. W.L.Pct.
Denver 21 11 .6561 Pittsburgh., .20 8 .714
St. Joseph. .19 12 .613 New York. ..16 10 .815
Sioux City , 19 15 .EM Cincinnati ..19 11 ,576
Des Moines. 16 15 . 500i5t. Louis.... 17 18 ,4S6
rtmuh tc i il 1 1 n..nnt,i.. it li JC1
wiiio.ii n, iiiu j iaii ui uurtij it n s-iw
U1IIHIIH U ,101
TJnonln ... in IS .111
Chicago lit .424
Wichita ....13 2d ,391
Topeka U 22 .333
BTATE LEAGUE.
W.I Pet.
Phlla ..II 15 .423
Boston "19 .263
AMER. LEAGUE.
W.I Pet.
Detroit 21 12 .t3tS
Washlngton.lS 12 .600
Phlla 16 11 .G93
Hastings ... 9 3 .750
Superior .... 9 4 .692
iteaince ... V 4 ,wz inua id n .m
York 7 4 .65 New York.. .14 It .500
G. Island.... 7 .635 Boston 14 11 .500
ni,tk,,. t a. ei t .11. it ie jCI
Columbus .. 4 8 .333
St I nllla 1K ie ill
Norfolk .,..3 8 .373
Kearney ... l 12 .077
AMBR. A88-N.
W.IPct.
Mllwnukte. ia 1 mi
Olilfo tr.t . 11 "fl ill
Cleveland . .. 9 22 .290
KiU. UiAUUE,
V.L.Pct.
Baltimore .19 7 .731
St. Louis. .,15 14 .617
Loulsvllla ,.20 15 .671
inaianap-s.,19 15 .559
uutraio ....13 13 .too
Mlnneap 13 16 .481 Chicago ...15 16 .484
nAV-l.nJ , y ,0 . . . 1 r ... ..
-r . j i', 1
Cleveland . 17 is iu
Brnnklvn ..11 M 17R1
Kan. City. ..18 21 .46i
v.- uiy ...is 11 .tiH
Indlanapls .12 15 .414
Pittsburgh .11 17 .333
uiutnuus ..10 IV ,4I
St. Paul 14 20 .412
Yesterilny'a nesnlts
WESTERN LBAOUE.
Denver, 61 Pu Joseph. 7.
Lincoln, ; Des Moines. 4.
Topeka, 8; Sioux City, 3.
Wichita, lj Omaha, .
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
No games.
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Brooklyn. 6: Cincinnati, 2.
Boston, 3; Chicago, 2.
New York. 8; St. Louis, 7.
FEDERAL. LEAOUE.
St. Louis, 14; Indianapolis, 7.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION,
f t. Paul, 1. 7; Cleveland. 8, 3.
Minneapolis. I, 6; Indianapolis, 2, 2.
Kansas City. 7; Louisville. 6.
Milwaukee, 11; Columbus, 13.
STATE LEAOUE.
flueprlor, 13; Norfolk, 6.
Beatrice, 2; Columbus, J.
York. 7; Urand Island, 4.
Hastings, 8; Kearney, 13.
Games Today.
if.r.l T .nr.,.. T .. r. .
T.lnVnT,: n"Bu."",,cJT ""K Joseph.
pii wiVki.. . Acuieaa ai sioux
City, Wichita at Omaha.
' o. . n League Detro t at Washlng-Ki.Sv-UBt
Plladalphla. Chicago at
NSrW. ork'. Cleveland at Boston.
National League Brooklyn at Pittsburg.
i'nllAnlwnnlit at PlnrtlnHn,i x . t - . .
Chicago Boston at St. Louis.
FruArnI I.MiniAVanaati rit .. -r..
St. I-ouhi at HMUmore. Chicago at Brook-
Ivfrl lMt1iaHaiiill a f-t At
...... .uiuiiauiit ni illlBDIirgn.
American Association Milwaukee at
-jt cimm, rwansas uity at Indianapolis.
Minneapolis at Louisville, St. Paul at
Norfolk, Beatrice at Columbus, York at
uia.m jeiauu, naanngs at Jscarney.
GOLF SEASON IS OPENED
AT HAPPY HOLLOW CLUB
The ODenlng Of the 1S1I rnir mn n
Happy Hollow club waa celebrated by
seventy-eight players taking part In an
lS-hole handicap medal play contest, the
Players Deing divided Into three classes
according to their handlcnn. Tha win.
ner In each flight received a golf club
aa a souvenir of his prowess. D. S, Ches
noy providing the prlxea for this occasion.
In class A handicaps, scratch to 8. E.
T. Manning waa low acorer, while in
class B handicaps, 9 to 16, E. J. Wolf
and C. E. Becker tlerf and will nlav ntt
tho Uo next Saturday. In the C class
tor players with handicaps of 17 and over
the club was gripped by Charles F.
Junod.
The course onened In cnml mmtmnn
but scoring generally ran hlrh. Quit
a large number nlaved tennis, the rmir
courts being In use all afternoon.
uocoration nay will see' the annual
swatfest over the course, when prizes
win be awarded to the winner and nsn-ner-up
In same.
WEST POINT TEAM DEFEATS
BATTLE CREEK, FOUR TO TWO
WERT POINT, Neh.. May 24.-(Speelal.)
West Point defeated Battle Creek here
today, 4 to 2. The feature of the game
waa the fine battery work of the homo
team, it having nineteen strikeouts to Its
credit. Batteries: Luescfcen and feack,
Ulrlch and Stone.
Ainrrlrnn Aasoclatlnn Hesnlta,
At Columbus R.H E
Columbus 12 15 3
Milwaukee 11 11 9
Smith: Mllwdukee". Dougherty. Braun and
Hughes.
At Indianapolis First game: R.H.E
Indianapolis 2 5 1
Minneapolis 1 6 0
Batteries: Indianapolis, Schardt and
Livingston; Minneapolis, Brucke, Hogue
ana sinun.
Second game: R.H.E.
Minneapolis 6 9. 0
Indianapolis 2 T 1
Batteries; Minneapolis. Flene and
Rondeau; Indianapolis, Wlllla and Black-
ourne.
At LoulsWlts B.H.R
Kansas City M 7 19 4
Louisville , 6 11 1
Batteries: Kansaa City. Wheatlng.
Morgan and Moore: Ioulsville. Louder-
milk, demons, Baker and Severold (eleven
Innings.)
At Cleveland First game: R.H.E.
Cleveland 8 U 0
St. Paul I.s 2
Batteries': Cleveland. Brenton and De
voght. St. Paul. Gardner, Hooper and
James.
Second game R.H.B.
St. Paul , 7 15 1
Cleveland 3 8 1
Battrries: St. Paul. Karger and Glenn,
Cleveland, Lush and Uevoght.
Carleton Wlna.
CARLTJTON. Neb.. May 31. pclal.
carleton aeteaieo uruning nere i 10 ;
Tho feature of the game was the pitching
,ot smith, who allowed onty two mi,
f
SUPERBAS TAKE THE FINAL
Outplay Cincinnati hy Score of Six
to Two and Get Last of Series.
ALLEN PITCHES EXCELLENT BALL
Shnrp Fleltllnir Ssvet lllm nt Crit
ical Point Benton Hit Jtnrd,
Partlcnlarly In the Fifth
Inning;.
BROOKLYN, May 24.-Brooklyn out
played Cincinnati today and won the Inst
game ot the series, 6 to 2. Allen pitched
excellent ball, and sharp fielding saved
him at critical points. Benton waa hit
hard, especially In the fifth Inning when
Brooklyn scored four runs on five hits,
thres of them for three .bases. Score:
nilOOKLY.V. CINCINNATI.
All H.n.A.F. An ll.O A. F..
Dtlton. cf... 5 110 OMoran. rf... 3 1 0 0
Dtutxrt. lb. b 2 (0 OHtrzoic. .. 4 0 4 2 0
Rlctert, rf.. 2 0 1 1 OKolnltt. If.. 2 0 1 0 0
Atenl. rf.. 1 0 1 0 Ofhlcr, If..., 1 0 2 0 0
Hummtll. It 1 1 10 nllblltiell. lb 2 0 3 1 0
Whett, If... 2 1 0 0 Onttn. cf.... 4 10 0 0
fimllh. 3b... t 2 1 2 ONIehoff. 2b. 3 1 2 3 2
CuUbtw. 2b 2 1 4 OCItrk. V 2 1 I
fTem, tt.... 3 0 4 3 nQonttlM, 0. 1 1 0 0 0
Millar, c... 4 1 r t ntltntmt. n... 0 0 0 2 0
Allen, p 4 1 0 1 OPouslut, p. 0 0 0 1 0
. Afltmt, p... 0 0 0 n 0
Totalt ....31 1126 12 0"r.awlli)m.. 110 0 0
"KellOK ..0 0 0 0 0
Tottlt ... 2 27 13 t
Kellogg out. hit by batted ball.
Batted for Benton In the sixth. '
Batted for Douglass In the eighth.
Brooklyn 0 0 0 0 4 0 2 0 0-6'
Cincinnati 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 02
Two-base hits: Clark. Bates. Cutshaw.
Threo-base hits: Allen. Hummel. SmltK
Jilts: Off Benton, 9 In six Innings; nlf
uougiass, 1 in two innings, bacrmce
hit; Benton. Sacrifice fly; Moran.
Stolon bases; Daubert, Dalton, Stengel.
IDouble plays; Rlggert to Cutshaw to
Kgan; uutsnaw to lgan to Uaubcrt,
Smith to Cutshaw: Eean to Cutsha.
Left on bases: Brooklyn, S: Cincinnati,
4. Balk; Benton. Bases on balls: Off
Allen. 6, oft Benton, 2; otf Adams, I.
Struck out: By Allen, 3: by Benton, 7;
by Douglass, I. Vlld ' pitch: Benton.
xime: -:.i. .empires: urtn ana uyrun.
Braves Trim Cabs.
CHICAGO, May 21. Boston defeated
Chicago, 3 to 2, In the final game of tlit
series today. Humphries had one bad
Inning, the fifth, which cost the locals
the game. Score;
DOSTON. CHICAOO.
All.H.O.A.E. AU.H.O.A.E.
Km. 2b.... 4 1 3. 2 Olx.vch. cf .. 4 U 2 0 t
artnilllc. n'4 0 1 3 OOond. rf..,.3 1 4 1 D
Connollr, If. 4 0 2 0 O'lUtrrtve... t 0 0 0 0
Ollbtrt. rf.. 4 12 0 OStltr lb.... 3 0 12 0 0
Martin. 3b.. 2 0 2 3 O'MollVltl, .. 1 0 0 0 0
Schmidt, tb. 4 1 10 1 OZlra'mtni tb 4 1 t 1 1
Oowdr, c.,,, 3 111 OSchuItt, If . 3 0 1 0 0
Minn, cr.... 3 1 & 0 oawener, 3b 3 1 1 2 0
Jamca, p
. j j u 1 luomatn, m, j o 1 o
. 0 0 0 0 ODrttn'ban, c 2 1 ( 0 1
. Ilumplirlci.p 2 10 3 0
.30 ( 27 11 lWllllimi... 1 0 0 0 0
Tyler, p.
Tottlt
.llerce, p.... 0 0 0 1 0
rhcltn .... 110 0 0
Tottlt ....30 " 27 U 3
Batted for Humphries In the alxth.
Batted for Pierce In the ninth.
Batted for Good In tho ninth.
Batted for Saler In the ninth.
Boston 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 03
Chicago 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0-2
Two-base hits; Zimmerman, Corridcn,
Gilbert. Hits: Off Humphries, 5 In six
innings; off Pierce, 1 In three Innings: of
James, 9 in eight and one-third innlngb.
Sacrifice hits: Saler. Martin. Leach. Sac
rifice flies; Corrlden. James. yto.en
bases: Sweeney, Good. Double playa:
Corrlden to Sweeney to Saler: Schmidt
to Evcrs. Left on bases: Boston, 2: Chi
cago, 10. Bases on balls: Oft James, 6.
Struck out: By Humphries, 1; by Plerc.
l; by Tyler, 1. Time: 2:00. Utppli'i-s:
Klcm and Hart.
ST. LOUIS. NEW YOniC
AD.H.O.A.B. AB.1LO.A.K.
lluitlnt, 2b. 4 ,1 3 2 Onctcher. cf. 4 12 0 0
Mutt. It.ct ( 2 4 0 ODurnt, If,... (4101
Doltn. 3b... ( 3 0 4 20rtnt, M....S 0 2 2 1
J. Miller, lb. t 1 11 1 ODorle, lb... s 1230
Wllton.cf.rf. ( 2 S 0 OMerklt. lb., 6 2 13 0 0
CralM. If . 2 0 2 0 OSnoilmaii.rf. I100O
Wlnco. e... 4 2 4 1 iSlotk, Sb... 5 114 0
ixctp. aa ... j 31 i iMcrcrt. e... o i z 0
PcrrUt. p... 2 0 0 1 lTnrctii. p.. 2 0 0 0 0
Orlntr. P....0 0 1 OMtrquard. p2 1 0 4 0
Roblnton, p. 1 0 0 1 OMcbetn. c. . A 0 1 1 0
Racha. e..., 1 0 0 0 IDjcr, m O 1 0 0
Wblttad.rf.lt 2 0 0 0 lyiei 0 0 A O 0
Cntnar ... I 0 0 O'Murrtr ... 1 0 0 0 0
O'Oinnc r ..100AA
O.MIIIcr . 0 0 0 0 0 Tottlt ....IT tl 33 IT 2
ToUlt . . .44 14 31 i 1
Batted for Perrltt In sixth.
Battod for Grlner In ninth.
Ran for O'Connor In ninth.
Ran for Myers In eleventh.
Batted for Grant In eleventh.
New York..,. 0100031090 3-8
St. Louis...., 1000020 0 20 27
Two-baso' hits: Wlngo, Snodgrass,
Bescher Three-base hits: Burns. WU
son. Sacrifice hlta: Huggtns. Bccher,
Stolen bases. Huggins. Beck (2,1, Dolan,
Wlngo, Bescher. Bums. Murray (2).
Double play: Stock to Doyle to Merkln.
Wild pitch: Perrltt. Bases on balls: Off
Perrltt. 1: off Grlner, 1; of Tesreau, 4;
off Marquard. 2. Struck out: By Perrltt,
3; by Grlner, 1; by Tesreau. 0: by Mr
quard. 2 Hits: Off PcrrUt. 7 In six In
nings: off Grlner 2 In threw Innings; off
Tesreau, 6 In six Innings. Left on bases:
St. Louis, 9: New York. 9 Time. 25
Umpires: Rlgier and Kmslle.
JAMES CORR JUNIORS ADD
ANOTHER TO THEIR WINS
The fast James Corr Jr's. under the
name ot Holy Family school added an
other victory to their long string of vic
tories by defeating the St. Patrick
school at Twentieth and Burdetto streets
Thursday morning, by the score ot 15 to
5. Batteries! James Corr. O'Ncll & Kelly;
St Patrick, Schema! and Wheeler.
Tltaworth, Ttghe and Doran are sure
covering the ground for the James
Corr. Jra.-
The lineup for the James Corr, Jrs. was
as follows:
F. Kelly, catch; O'Nell and Eggerse.
pitch; Dolan, first base: KUIIher. short;
L. Kelly, second base: Crume. third base;
Titsworth. left field; Doran. center field,
Tlghe. right field.
Throat and Lnnaj Trouble
quickly helped by Dr. King's New Ils
covery. The first dose helps. Best rem
edy for coughs, colds and lung 'llseates.
50c" and $L All druggists. Advertise
ment. Key to the Situation Be Advertising.
OMAHA GOLFERSJO WESTERN
Dozen Field Club Players to Go to
Western Golf Tournament.
THREE TO TRANSMJSSISSIPPI
Hughes, Hill nnd Cabn to Play at
Knnsna City Event, While Qnlte
a Number Will Enter Piny
nt Grand Raplda.
A large asscmhly of Omaha golfers are
planning to go to the Western Golf asso
ciation tournament at Grand Rapids,
Mich., when that event Is played, starting
June 31. Bill Clark, the professional at
the Field club, has recruited a force of
Field club golfers to go and he will ac
company them to see that they play
their best game and bring back somo of
the prizes. Clark will also enter any
professional matches, providing any are
scheduled, although at present no prep
arations for any have been made.
Among the Field club golfers who will
enter tho western event are Sam Reyn
olds, Al Cahn, Jack Hughes, Alex Ruther
ford, Earl Buck, Karl Bock, Albert Krug,
Dr. Wcarnc, J. A, Abbott and Frank Hill.
At least three ot the .Field club golfers
Intend to go o the Trans-Mlaslsslppi
tournament at Kansas City June S to 13.
Al Cahn, Jack Hughes and Frank Hill
are the Omahans who are sure ot going.
These three will not only go to the tour
nament with the avowed purpose of
bringing home the championship, but will
also attempt to bring the 1915 event to
Omaha.
Omaha Swimmers
Excel in Contest
GRAND ISLAND, Neb., May-!M.-(Spe.
cial Telegram.) In the Young Men's
Christian association state swimming con
test last night the Omaha team won the
banner, scoring forty points, tho Hastings
team winning second, Lincoln third and
Grand Island fourth, Engstrom of the
Omaha team won the Individual prize,
winning with the use of the "crawl"
stroke.
The winning team was composed of
Engstrom, Berry, Rouse and Anderson.
FIVE HUNDRED ATHLETES
TO COMPETE ON THE TRACK
CHICAGO. May 24.-N early Sf athletes
from twenty-five leading unlvorsitles and
colleges will compete In the fourteenth
annual western conference track and
field meet here on June 6, according to
the preliminary entry list announced last
night by the nlumnl committee.
Among the entries are thirty-nine from
Iowa, eleven from Lcland Standford, Jr.,
university, ten from the University of
Colorado, eight from the University of
California, two from the University of
Denver, thirteen from the University ot
Nebraska and one from Colorado college,
t '
BEATS WORLD RECORD
FOR TWO-TWENTY DASH
ANN ARBOR. Mich.. May 24. With a
slight wind at his back Ewing Bond,
University of Michigan sprinter yesterday
beat th world's record In the 220-yard
Cash, according to Michigan authorities,
by covering the distance In 20S eeconds.
The figures are not official inasmuch as
the timers had not been sanctioned by, the
American Athletic union and the race was
run In a light breeze without competition.
The three timers, who have otflcated at
all Michigan outdoor meets this year, each
caught Ills time at COH seconds.
POWER BOYS WIN FROM BANK
BOYS IN ULTIMATE CHAPTER
The Omaha Electric Light and Tower
company team defeated the United
States National Bank team Saturday
afternoon, 10 to 9. The power boys made
a vicious rally In the ninth and scored
five runs, which won the game by one
tally. Score: R.H.E.
O. E. 1.. to P. Co. ...0 0 0 3 0 1 0 1 5-10 10 1
U. S. Nat. Bank 131010000-9 10 2
Batteries: Campbell. Mo) Ian and Wash
burn; Verity and Bunnback.
northwestern"barely
saves game from iowa
IOWA CITY, la., May 24.-fSpeclal Tel
egramsNorthwestern won 6 to 5 from
Iowa In a game that threatened tor a
time Ip two final innings to blow Into a
Hawkeys victory. The Iowa Infield
wobbled badly. Score: R.H.E.
Iowa 03000002 0-5 7 6
Northwestern 0 2001030 o fi 0 2
Batteries: Iowa, 1-aurks, Balrd 'and
Silverdlng, Foster, Northwestern. Kelso,
Hale and Lewis,
Benefit Game nt nnrvcell.
BURWELL. Neb. May 31. (Special.)
The baseball season opened here Friday
with a benefit game between the Burwell
Band and Burwell's Best. It was a close
and exeltlng game as a number of the
first nine players were in eaeh nine The
score was 7 to 3 In favor ot the Burwell
Best. Hemmett and Hoffman were bat
terlea for the - Band and InglefrlU and
Gerlckn for the locals. A good sum was
realized for the band and nulte a base
ball fever worked up.
Iotto Wrestler Thrown,
LOUISVILLE. Ky.. May 24.-Charlea
Cutler of Chicago won two straight falls
in a WTestllng match with William
Hokuff of Melvln. la., here last night. The
time was 27 minutes 20 seconds and 9 min
utes, respoctlTely.
DRAKE CAPTURES IOWA MEET
Crowded by Ames, but Wins by Over
Six Points.
WEST HIGH OUTCLASSES OTHERS
Tennr and Pnrmort Practically
Winners of the Contest for Dei
Molnca School Shearer
Stnr for Drake.
DES MOINES, May 24. (Special Tele
grnm.) Drake won the college contest
and West Des Moines the high school
meet on the stadium track here yester
day.
Horry Shearer of Drake waa the star
and without him the event might have
terminated otherwise. Ho won sixteen
points and helped in others. 'The laat
event, the half mile college relay, waa
closely contested and resulted In a broken
record. The two mile run was faat and
an Ames boy pulled up strong at the fin
ish and had easy victory. Tenny and
Pn.mnrt fni Woal IVfnlnM nrft'tlCAllV
won the high school meet. Davenport
did not show up as strong as expected.
College totals:
Drake iSV Mornlngslde I
19 r,..Aii
'IIIICB ........... ' V, . 1 1 . ..........
Iowa 33',4 Grlnnoll
Coe 25- Highland
High schools:
Davenport 17 Goldfleld
W T. Xlnlnai M ra Mnlnaa
.tinrsoaiiiuwri ... i Aiguiia n
Hampton 9 Dexter I
Sioux City 9 Fort Dodge 3
E. Des Moines... S Indianola 1
LeMars 6 Orient 1
Newton fi Webster City ... j
West Waterloo.. 1
Cnllcae Summaries.
120-yard hurdles: Schrader, Iowa, and
Lighter, Coe, tied for first; McIIenry,
Drake, third; Noble, Ames, fourth. Time,
15fe (now record).
Mile run: Watson, Drake, first:
Thomas, Drake, second; Williams, Morn
lngslde, third; Sedar, Ames, fourth. Time,
4:25.
High Jump: Shradcr, Iowa, and Burrus, rr
Ames, tied for first; Blackburn, Drake,
third: Cornell, Ames and Iowa, tie for
fourth. Height, 5 feet 9 Inches.
-v-v- a. u uhdii, i Jim - J . vuc, ,1D,,
Shearer, Drake, second; Dick. Iowa, third;
Collins, Ames, fourth. Time, 0:10.
410-yard dash: Bailey, Coe, first; Iver
son. Ames, second;' Johnson, Highland
Park, third; Stahl, Drake, fourth. Time,
0:60. i
iM-yura hurdles: Leodcr, Ooe, first;
Rhrarf (ptr In wo ,tmvA XTnVil . A m
third; Middleton, Grlnnell, fourth. Time,
0:22H.
Discus; Simons, Drake, first; Vernon.
Mornlngslde. second; Marcin, Iowa, third:
utr, luurui, uisiance, ui leei o
Inches.
Shot put; Krull. Drake, first; Crull,
TjrstLfA a rf ntt' W1 ama.. ut..i . n..i
, "WVIIVJ, JJiiwn, aTl.llCC, WlllUf Utn
son, Iowa. Jourtht Distance, 30 ttat 3H
SIIUIIGS.
Half mile: Parsons. Iowa, first; Hag.
gard, Ames, second; Tyler, Iowa, third:
Stevens. Drake, fourth. Time. 1:5SH.
220-yard dash: Shearer, Drake, first;
Frailer. Ames, second; Collins, Ames,
third; Dick, Iowa, fourth. Time, 0:22.
Pole vault: Shrader, Iowa, and Smith,
.JPV' ,Hc.d, ror "rst: Lueder, Cornell,
third; Will ts. Grlnnell, fourth. Height!
11 feet 5V4 Inches.
,rI1Ie.Je!ayA ,AmM. rt: Iowa, second:
Ooe, third; Grlnnell. fourth. Time, 3:264.
r,JP5V0E1,1; run: Makesteadt. Ames, first:
ie14. Drake, and Garst, Ames, tied for
ltt'OhH ' Tnompson' Cornell, fourth. Time,
Half-mile relay: Drake, first; Ames,
Time f-3lHWa' thlrd: Qrlnne11' fourth.
Broad Jump: Shearer. Drake, firsts
n!Fy.erV,.Col second; Tooley. GrinneJl,
third; Blackburn, Drake, fourth. Dis!
tance. 21 feet 6 inches.
Hleh School Summaries.
220-yard hurdles: Packard. Marshall
town, first; Dubbel. Sioux City, second;
rimt"oM: De" Molne8, thlrd'
niar4?i.da',h: Jrvl. East Des Moines,
first, Thompson. Davenport, second:
Rogers Fort Dodge, third. Time. 0:io;!
ri?5VMKrd,e5i 1a.kard- Marshalltowrt:
first; Gubcl, Slpux City, second; Rogers.
record? gc- thlrd- Tlme- ;;
,i,,?y?.rd ,dash: Turmoil, West High,
f ret; English, Hampton, second; AuguaJ
tine. Orient, third. Time, 0:51H "UBUI"
ni1." raceV T?nn'. West High, first)
Hawthorne, Dexter, second; Dorter. Webi
ter City, third. Time. 4:31H (new record).
nPoiei auItl ,BS esf"' Goldfleld, first
lIt!nd!;lc.k.l!0n I"dl"nla. second; Hull
.Marshalltown. third. Height, 10 feet 61
Inches.
Shott put; Turmoil, West High, first
Reeves. Hampton, second: Green West
" faV Td' V"Btance' U Inehea
Half-mile; Tenny. West High, first:
Little. Hampton, second; Monk. Fort
Dodge, third. Time, 2.03. "
iiH'.Rnr J.u.mp: AIlenv davenport, first;
iBr5,,thf,HUr?; ff?nd; Kalian. Daveni
port, third. Height, 5 feet 8 Inches.
i9M3"T-lil.0relay: Vc Df' Moines, flreti
Tlra 3-S8H "econd; Marshalltown, thlrdj
230-yard dash! Thompson. Davenport,
first; Jarvis. East High, second: DennisJ
ton. Newton, third. Time. 0.23H.
Discus throw: VanOlnkle. North High,
first; Kenyon, Newton, second; Purmort!
West High, third. Distance. 107 fi?t il
Inches. -
Broad Jurup. Nugent. Algona. firatl
Rhodes. Davenport, second: Curtl
Weatc Waterloo, third. DlsVance. 20 tSt
Half-mlie relay: West High, flrat: Le.
Mars, .second: Newlnn. thlrH ti. i.,JT
-. , ........
METHODISTS EASILY DEFEAT
TEAM OF GRACE LUTHERANS
The Hirst Methodist Episcopal team ofV
the Church league defeated the Grace
Lutheran lads Saturday afternoon. 11 to 4,
Score: R.H.E.
G,l;ace .Vutheran....tO 0 1 0 0 3 00 0- 4 ! t
.' B- ". I05O33OO'-14 12 3
and Bauerj Y a"d Whlstler:
georgetowFdefeats
navy seven to five
ANNAPOLIS. Md. May 2l.-George-town
yesterday defeated Navy the second
time this year. Score-; n.H E.
Georgetown lOOOJiio 0-5 10 T
Navy 0 2001000 1-4 5S
Batteries Georgetown. Felnle and
Lynch, Navy, Vinson, Hicks and Waei.
1