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WIH FOR LINKS
Sdueiber and Eterdon Engage ia
Pitching Duel, Which Former
Wins 1a th STinth.
MILLIE AKD AITXAN DO WOES
LINCOLN, Nb.. April Ik tSpell Tel
egram.) Lincoln noted oat I to i vic
tory over Omaha her this afternoon1 by
ninth-inning batting rally after dm had
been set down. Both tem played oc
trail and tbe largest crowd of th son
ssw Lincoln win JU flrt practice ram.
Barney Schrelber. formerly with Den-j
ver. and Everdon war exeeedtngly'etlngy
with hrts, the blow being evenly divided.
The pinch hitlers. Von tbe garnor Lin
coln. ,- . ' -
Th Tiger scared, ;flfl In the Bocond
it Rchrriber' . single and Williams'
cioubla. Omaha evened th oouat In the
fifth, when Whalen walked, took second
on Kafora' crtflo and cam horn on
Everdon' single to left. i '
Omaha took tli lead In the eighth when
Km walked, with one down, and want
lo second on Hueiaman' bunt. . with
Mutisms a safe at first Thome ad
vanced th r-nner with a lioer to Rohtn
and all hand were aaf when h dropped
th ball ftchtelbnar aacrtflca fir counted
In th ninth Carlton popped out, but
Sillier,' baton for Kruer. atnaied and
Altmaa doubled, Milter iln to third.
PotS acorad on Sohrelber'a atncl.'
Wolf, tf... ......
, C nrlion. rf
- Bohrt;. b...(..
T. Krhrtlber, p.
... . &
A 8. R.
K afore, c.
ft ft ft
v.n4 fnv ftrhretber
' Halted tor Ktuenei
Hau1 for Jioht-n in nmin. y
Ran tor Miller in Itlutll.
Two-bate bit: Wlllama, Altman.
n haeee: fman. w, htiu.
Hihrilr. X: nr
.balls. V.1TI Brreinr,
Mnn 1: off Everaon. i. fi nan
nil oy iiitrnm
hall r Hy
i-K l.relT. Hielmn.
1 Omaha and Lincon '
! Dates in Schedule
Are Switched a Bit
' r KourWe. owner of th Omaha club,
' ml Iluh Jor.ca. owner of th Lincoln
' i :ub. dlaeatlifled with th Wtem loau
ihdul a far aa Omaha. aadJUaooln
' krae are concerned, have entered into
n fTerment to awttch a few of the
date : Th arbedul a ' publuibed' by
'o Still did not rail for a same betaeen
Omaha and Lincoln In Lincoln .until
June IS, o Ruurke and Jone a freed to
1 k;!!t the flret Omaha date, two vame
h. r and two la Liocoln.
IJnroln aa to have played In Omaha
May it. X IT and U. With th awttua
(ante will be played In Lincoln May tl
n1 3. Then on th June eerie In Lincoln
two ame will be trnaf erred to, Omaha,
June U and M. Th fuHo-wlnJ w aerie
in July and Aucuat remala a cliduld.
Tbua th achedul read tame wlta
Lincoln at Onutka May . 3. Jun . 1.
July 1ft, U.-Aouet U U. Oaroea at
Uncoln read, Way r,'. . Jua W. It
July a, ZX'i. AuruefJ. 9, . y
Th contemplated tranafer of cam will
he announred to O'Neill for that official'
ac tion. - . . ' ,
. .1 mrrleea r AsartttM
liiut'i-lfi: loulevila. riorthrup and
C't ii"iui; Colimibua. KayT and CVlmn.
Ai k..i. City K H fci
t. f aul 11 H t
Kali City.' - U I
Hotu-rlH: Ht. Paul. Wllllama, fiteele
nJ Johueun; Kanae City, Uure, lUatt
At Milwaukee s R.H.E3L
Unni-Mpulia ................4 t t
ililue : i ft 1ft 1
Kit. n' ' Minneapolis. Wtlltama and
r!ii!ivan: Mllnaukee, UevUk, aad liiha.
At ritv:anil KHd
Indiiinapuae 1 H t
ClreUiiiJrf.,. I It 1
hilurlrs: lndianapolla. Willi and Oos
t. t'lrveiuiU. Jaiues, Jirentva aad
jTi Q ' -
a. If i J II . a IW bsbv w bbbbbbi rmr ar w - I w
atkrra AwmIiIIm ateealte.
A( AtlenUb Atlanta, ft; New Orleane. T.
At t,aiiaB4,o 'iiatiaova, ft, Uw
pliie, 1'. - . .. -
ai Mule Rock little RcKk, 4; N'Aeh-
vl'.ie, il. -
l Hit iiilnshank Hirm:nlain, 1; Uo.
I'.'. i .- .
UM tOO TO STOP'. TO MAKE A LITTLE THE STEAM I ' Vt I J ' . . V V, AS 1
Omaha Fails to'Get
Fred Thomas Back
Pa Rourka haa fal'.ed to land rraddl
Thome a he en fondly hoped. The
Cleveland club hat sent Thoma to the
Portland club of the Paciflo Coaat loop,
Thomaa waa A atar -on th Rourk
quad laat year. It went tip to Cle re
land, but th wealth of Inflrld material
ther mad It ImpoMlbl for him to land.
Marty Kmc had hoped to ft Fredlo
araln, eepeclalty a Thorna refueed to
to to New Orleana whrre the Indian
wanted to nd him, 11 would nav
mad a mletty neat addition to th
Rourk Infield. ...
STAGE ALL SET F06
DRAKE. RELAY MEET
Sixth Annual Event to Be Held Sat
urday, with Every Indication
of Seniational Sncceii.
ALL WESTERN SCHOOLS ENTXE.ED
DK8 MOINEB, April lS.-Oood weather
Condition I th needed requirement to
mak th alxth annual Draka relay meet
th athletUj exiccei of th year. , In num
ber and quality of entrlea. In the Intereet
throughout th wett. In th arrmnsmnu j
made In Da Motnea for both entertain
ment and care of th college vlaltora and i
In tb al ef advance ticket thl meet
urpaeae all th other. Each of the
twelve event on the program of tha aft
ernoon ha -It different' western, uni
versity, oolleglat or high school Inter
est. Th college men of Iowa will watch
th performanrw of Charla Hoyt, late of
Greenfield, now of Qrlnnell, In hie first
eollcg competition. Th , showing , of
Drake, Ames aad th atal university
teams will also be considered as Indication-
their relative strength and weakness
for th state intercollegiate field meet.
Th atar of Co and Morning side, .will
he watched for possible point winners
against thea leant. Th showing of th
many new teams of th high school also
will have their particular Interest to the
follower of th high school field mert.
Ajiai't from these will be th battle of
th beat In tha west, a molded Into re
lay teams la th university section. On
of the will be th meeting of Chicago
Purdu. Northwestern. Kansas, Ames
and Iowa In th two-mil,, th rivalry ef
th flret three named being liable tb t
ult in a new world's record for the dis
tance, Ames. Iowa, Missouri and North
western are especially Interested In th
mile, because it I conceded that In thl
event they have listed . their streuges
teams, Chicago, Drake and Nebraska
em to nave the das of the-half-mile,
and thl vent la being awaited with In
tereet at Drake, where the two defeats
administered to the star Drake team by
Chloeso a year ago still araoambared.
The four-miie, hi which it seems
Me tbat sis team capable of breaking
th western record will meet, as well aa
three team not so strong, makea that
vent th especial attraction ef th day.
i n en i no by teams follow: '
Malf Mile. Illirh SMvl f-A
Cherokee. East Dea Motnea. Konda, Kt!
Iode. Urlnnell, Hampton, LeMareTMar.
sheUtown. Maeoa City. Newton. North
Ie Moines. Hsymour, Sioux City. Web
ster City. WW n, Molnee. T
i wo wile, university Am, Chteaxo,
'?. "a. Northwestern. PuMue
one Mile. Colletre-Co. Cornell. Ds
imnntu, uigniami Far. Fann.
blmpeon. South Dakota ettate.
Two Miles. High Mchool-Cedar Rapids,
Clarion. Karlham. Kjmt Dee Molnee, rt.
ioIk. Msnbailtewn. Knnh ii ui...
OelwWn. West lM Molne. .
Half iltl. Unlverslty-vAmea. Chicago,
Drake. Iowa. Kansas. Missouri, Ne
braska. Two Miles, College Carleten, Coe. Cor
nell. Ia Molnee. Grlnnell, llamllne,
Iowa. W eeleyan. Moruuieaiue, fclinpeon,
ixmth Iakita Mate. Yankton.
hhuttlo iOn-e. Yards Cedar Rapids,
Cherokee, Kast Les Moines, ft. Mi,
itrmneiL Marehailtown. Newtun. North
n eei Lee Moines.
rour Milea, Lnlveralty Ames, Chicago,
Drake . lows, Illinois. Kaneas,. Mlnne
seta. Michigan. Wu-r.ntn.
On. Mile. High BchoolAlhla, Cedar
Rapids, Kast Is Molnr. rt.'LHwIge. In
d'anola. LeMara. Marshalltown. Newton,
ottumwa. Ceymour. blou Ctty,( West
Des Moines. . r - "
Half Mile. CUe Oew. Onrnell ru
buque. Orlnnell, Highland Park. ' Morn
lnswda, tyrniih Dekota university.
Medley- Hare, Thirteen urions Cla
r1on. Iester. Last Dee Moines, Ft. IVidge
Hauipten. -Meson City, Newton. Water
loo. Weet Dee Mulnea. t
On Mile. University-Ames, ("hlrsst),
Iowa, Illinois. Kansas, .Minnesota, ills
ourl, Neotthweatern. Nbrs.
CsMsat Leesrwe Hraa'lts.
At Lo Angel-. , R It E.
rriica I T
Ia Angrles c a i
Patterte: Couch. Rsrham and Clark
Ilvshes and Droohs. Bole. r.
At Portland H H K
PclUand .,.,,.....,...... ! l l i
Ratterin: Htnliv anrf Uliu. t ...w - -.
Carls. h. . T ' "
At Oakland 1 RHF
alt Lake Cltv.
riatterlas: Gregory and Rohrer; Boyd
Cwlleae Base Ball
Cornell. 11: Klami- a
VnlversUy of Miyuaa. 14; 'Was hi ngl on
and Lee, L
Army, lu; Lafayette, T.
Harvard, ft, ,1 pivars.tr o Maine,..
Taree-I Teese W las.
IOWA, CITY. -, April Ik-omea. Tel
egram.i Javenprt Ttaite-1 lu-gulars, I
luaa l ulvrrsliy, 4.
CopvrlsM. 115. International
CLAD TO tEE VOO
A HO-HIT COMBAT
"The Bube" Wina Great Hurlini
Duel from Booker, Shutting Out
Dodgtrt, Two to Kothing.
LOBEBTU WOE? 19 A FEATUBE
NEW YORK.. April 1ft. Rube Marquard
pitched m no-hlt game today and shut
out the Brooklyn Nationals, 1 to 0.
Ruoker, tha veteran lefUhander of the
Brooklyn, opposed th Nw Yorker, and
It was a great pltchere battl. Only
three men reached bae en Marquard,
two oft bases on balls and on m an
error by Fletcher. Only three ball were
hit to th outfield. Marquard also helped
to win his own gam by driving in th
second run scored on Rucker,
Next to Marquard' pitching, Lohert's
all-around work waa the feature.. Until
he filed out to Wheat In the seventh in
ning he had reached first base eight con
seoutive times. Including yesterday's
HOOKI.YN KSW TOOTIC
rhiilts, .. I ll ASeeflsTssa, el t 1 1
lrs. ef.. 4 ttxrr,., ,.... 4 III
Wh(. If... I 1 Ibsrt, Si , I I I
Out)i, n, I I Ftrhr. ss. 4 I 1
Hiimmal, lb I 11 Sflurn., If.... 4 11
enssl, rl.. 1 Mrkl. la,. 4 1 If ft
MrOsrty I Thorp Tt.M i
Ilmnesa, rf OMsrers. s.... S 1 t
afcr."V::: 5 : i J 5M"". jjjj-j
"'. P J 1 ToUlf M SU 1
t I ft ft 'ft
Rseas. p.... l
-- n, v v if v ,w v v V r
New York OOOlftolO 2
Ratted for Btengel In seventh,
iiatted for Rucker in eighth.
vn urroti; nnw xora, j; rirooKlyn,
1. 1 SKvbane. hits Rums. Stolen bnse:
7; Brooklyn. I. Raaa on ba.lt: Off Mar
quard. S; off Ruoker. . Btmcir out: By
L W".r,i ,;-.b,r Rucker. 1; by Ragan. 1.
lld Pitch: Rucker. Jilts: Off Rucker.
f '? VJ?, Innng; off Raffan. 0 In one
Ilart'" J1, u,npv' RlaTler and
Phtla A ra la Trim Breves. .
f lta-f.WT , tl . r m ...... .
j,jru is. rnuaaeipnia de
feated Boston again today, T to 1, Hlta
hllnnh.J 4m S 1 . . I .. . . . . . . . .
, ww iiiitnis, imreuwr wun
emre by th Rravea' Infield accounted
fnft at 1 1 kK srt I u. w e ,
bun "Jli T. r"m: rer. tne
. iiiri inn uui ner waa in line lorm.
1 Urn.l n. ,Ii.h1. - . , a
AlteinHilnsr flurrlpe of rain, snow and
rail skirled about the,playcr during th
firms. Sb.,.4 sMorsa. rf... 4 SSI
ln?rotS."' ! ! 1 ib.... t i
tKH-ker. If... I s s rs,..ii. , . I I
rr.r.m, rf..4 , , , lf. ' lata
5i L ' .?' 1 I ! lb. 4 I 11 t ft
Nlthoff. Jb.,4 I a isrellli. IV... 4 1 ft t ft
I.uilMlis. is. I I II SUarmsvli, ss 4 1 1
Kllllfav. . , I , j . . . ........
Msysr, ....4 111 iKus, ... I ft I 1
Htr.. p.,. i a
n , 4 -uuwn ... v v e a
Batted for Hughes In tghtb.
Philadelphia 0 0 ft 4 ft 0 I ft 0-4
Boston ft ft 0 1 0 ft ft ft ft t
Two-base hits: Byrne, Schmidt, Crevath,
Mesee. Three-base hit: Uchmldt. Stolen
haeee: Whltted. Smith. ecrtftoe hit:
Luderus. lmubl play: Oowdy to Kvsra.
l-eft on basee: I'hlladelrhia, I: Boston,
' Has on errors: Philadelphia t;
Rfton. 1. liases on balls: Off Mayer, 1:
off llurhes. 1. Hits. Off Hughes, t In
eight Imilnss;, off Strand. 1 In one in
ning, btrui-k out: By Mayer, 4; by
Hushes. ; by Strand, i- Tlmi 1:88. TJra
rlfea: Bvron and Orth.
. Cerele Bats Cabs.
' CHICAGO, April IS. C Louis defeated
Chicago by 4 to I m a llst.ee game today.
Cheney wtldnes In th third Inning
caused his retirement. In this Inning
three base on bails, three wild pitches,
a 1 stolen base end a single ea-h off
Cheney and Standrldge, the recruit
pitcher obtained from baa KYanclaco,
tttve RL Louis the game. loak pitched
l mldseaeon form In th "Indies, hkore:
Poise, ef. .. 4 I onoos. rf..." lit,
Mususs, Mi. t I 4 ritbr, as... I ft ft 4
W:lMr, If.. ft It ISrhslte. If.. I I I M
sxlller. Is... 4 ft I I Slsiriaaa. S 4 I 1 I 1
Viusa, rf... 4 I SH.i.r, lb,.. I lit a a
n-k. is.... 4 I l awuiUsM .f4 i a a
I'ailsaw, a I ft t SAn-twr. S....I 14 1
'". s I II SM.Lamr, lb ft 4 4 ft
L. ft 4 1 ft -bm.,. ...l a
. I lsa4rl4, l 1 1 a
toia.....i lug t
Tatsls SB I n l, i
St Louis. ft 04vftftft 4
Chicago ft 1 ft o 1 ft ft ft o-l
Two-bee hit: Baler, Reck. Stolen
bases: IXjlan. Hugglns, fir, rjarned
runs: Off Doak, t; off Cheney. 1; off
btandrldse, 1. Saorlfue hit: Flslwr.
Double plays: Reck to Miller te Hugglns,
Zimmerman to Archer to Baler, Saiar tun
asalsted). Left en bases: St. Louis, ft:
Chicago, 4. nr-st base on errors: CI 1
oago, I; St Louis. 1. Ha sea on bells: Oft
Cheney, I; off Stand rid sr. ft; off Ooeh, 1
Hits: Off Cheney, t In two and a third
Inning: off Standrtdge, a In six and two
thirds Innlnga Struck out: By Doek, ft;
by Cheney. 1: by eUandrtdire. a Wild
lichee: Cheney (J). Siandrtdg. Um
pires: Qulgley and Eesua. Time: l.-uu,
Bedlesr Take Beeeuisl.
CINCINNATI. April lft.-ClnclnBatl
evened up matter with th Pittsburgh
by winning the second game of the aeries
her tocav, I te L Two wild pitch ss by
Ronton lu the fourth Inning were
responxlble for Pittsburgh's only run.
Otherwise h pitched In mid season form.
Harmon pitched good ball, lejeune'a
en or making one of Cincinnati a rune
... ABH.O.AB. ABMOAg
"W. SLaesa, ef. ..I ll
K.r... ss.,4 I 1 I
kilUisr u . 4 a a a a
Viu. ..... 4 1 I
t, Ik . 4 I I
MlueaiB. rt 4 1 I
Uimh f. 4 1
Omrtjmt, as.. 11
O.taoa. A... 11
H-HiitS. rt. I I I i a
Oros. I,.,. ft I
la. th.. Sill
M.llolts. k 14 1 ft
ftssisa. p... I ft I
Teles.... i t M M I Touts at t R U ft
PtMsbureh ...i. ...I v,)
Cincinnati ft ft ft ft ft i a j
Mnlen base: Olson. Karned rua: Off
Harmon. 1. Sacrifice hits: C.roh Moll
wits. Johnston. Ift on bases: Pwts
buinb. ; Cincinnati. 4 Flt-st on vrmr.
lin Innsll. l. lutsr on balls: Harmon
1: Hriiton. i. ti in k out: llv nrntnn .'
M lid pil'-hs : Nation.! f ntplirs: Kloin
mi .u, ,x .in,,- i .ir
OMAHA. KRIIAY. APIill,
. NAX- tJtAaua, I AMER. tAAOUE.
W.UPct I - W.UPct.
New Tork.... ft l.oW Chicago 0 Lono
Phlladelpiila 1 l.fH Phllaoelphia, .1 1 Jt
Chicago 11 Cleveland ....11 JKJ
Plttsbur,h ..I I .MO Washington .1 1 .KM
Cincinnati ...1 1 Jtm Detroit .1 1 .")
St Lout 1 1 .ton Boston ,.11 )
R"ston 11 .ftno New York....l 1 " .BTO
DrWklyn ....ft I .OOOj St. Ixiuls 0 1 .000
VED. LJiAQCB. AMER. ASSN.
Chicago 1 1 .M7 Louisville .... 0 LOW
Newark .... I .snout. Paul 1 0 l.ono
Rrooklyn, ..I J .ftno Indianapolis .1 ft l.Otfl
Kansas City t .800 Milwaukee ,.1 0 L0O0
St Louis II .400 Columbus ....01 .0(0
Pittsburgh ,11 . Cleveland ...01 .OOH
Ruffalo II .4i Minneapolis .0 1 .0"0
Baltimore ...1 4 .360 Kansas City .ft 1 .000
, Yesterday's Hesalts.
Chicago. 18: St. Louis, ft.
. Cleveland, 4i Detroit, i.
New York, t; Washington, 1.
Boston, ft; Philadelphia, 2. .
Philadelphia, 7; Boston, 1.
Rrooklyn, 0: New York, 1
Pittsburgh, 1 Cincinnati, a
8t Louis, 4 Chicago, a
Rt, Louis, 4i Kansa City 4.
Buffalo, ft; Baltimore. 2.
Pittsburgh, 3; Chicago, 1.
Newark, 6; Rrooklyn, 17.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. - '
fiOulsvlU. I; Cleveland, 0.
rt. Paul, 11; Kansa City. I.
ndianauoll. )vj Cleveland, L
Minneapolis, 4; Milwaukee, a ,
American League Chicago at St Louis,
Cleveland at Detroit. New Yorkat Wash
InKton. Boston at Philadelphia.
National League Philadelphia at Roe
ton. Brooklyn at New York, lPtteburgli
at Cincinnati, St Louis at Chicago.
Federal League Brooklyn at Buffalo,
Plttaburgh at Chicago, BeiUmor at New
ark, WHALES LOSE TO
Poor Fieldinf Spoilt Mordecai
Brown'a Chance of Winning
First Game for Tinker.
DICKSON MASTEE OF MOUND
CIUCAQO, April 15. Poor fielding
'spoiled Mordecai Brown's chance of wln
Inlng hi first gb-me wlUi the Chicago Fd
lerals today and, anyway, Dickson waa
jmasTer of every threatening situation, so
I that Pittsburgh Inflicted th local' first
dtfeat of the season. I to L
Dickson atruck out aeven Chlcagoan
and Played a clever fielding game, Mc-i
Connell succeeded Brown when the latter
retired In favor of a pinch hitter, taore:
Pittsburgh ...ft ftftlft-lftft
Batteries: Dickson and Berry; Brown,
McConnell and 'Wilson.
Tlpteee Trla Hewarks.
BROOKLYN. April lS.-Th Brooklyn
f ederals scored ton run hi the fifth 1n
o'ng against Newark today, defeating the
visitors, ,17 to a Fifteen batter faced
Whltehouse' and Billiard In the. big In
ning of the game, alx hit.- five passe,
two, error, two steals and a wild pitch
accounting for th high total of run.
St atdw had a hltless game UP to the sixth,
when ha eased up. Toward the end Man
ager Ma gee used several Substitute. Th
hitting of Mage. Kauff aad WeetersUl
were features. Score: 1 ' R H Q
Newark ft 1 0 1 ft I ft ft 1 ft I t
Brooklyn ft 1 ft 1 1ft 4 ft 17 14 4
Batteries: C. Whltehouse, Billiard,
Brandon and Raiidan; Seaton and Lend.
Watson. . '
Terrla Leae te Bleee.
BALTIMORE, April U.-Buffalo fll en
Sugg for eight bits and six run lit the
first three Inalnga. 'winning today game
from Baltimore, (to 1 Smith, who re
lieved Sugg, allowed oaly two hlta la six
Inning. Bedient pitched good ball for
Buffalo throughout fieore: R.H.E.
Buffalo I I 1 ft ft ft ft ft f M 1
Paltueore ...1 ftOOftftftftl-lftt
Batteries: Bedient and Blair; Suggs,
Smith and Owens.
Kawleda Beet Terriers.
KANSAS CITY. Mo., April li.-Raw.
ling' atagl aad advance te aecond on a
bed throw. Easterly' bunt and another
wild throw gave Kansas City a r.inth
Inning victory, 4 to t. in the last ef a
three-game eerie with St Louis. Mcors:
St. Louis ft ftftftlftlftft 1W
Karaaa City .ft ftftftfttftll-4 11)
Batteries: - Davenport, Blank. Wlllett
and Chapman; 3. Johnson and Easterly.
KEARNEY SIGNS Ft)RTY
BASE BALL PUYERS
KEARNET. Neb.. April la. (Special -Manager
Matnsy of the Kearney Buf
faloes' State league team, eteted today
that he had forty men signed for th sea
son s play and that' these men would be
tried out at once, practice beginning text
Monday. Bom good rhea are aaaoag the
uneup ana it u espected fast t
can b put In tb field. .
Table Reek Defeevte Pawnee City.
TABLE ROC-K. Neb.. April ia ftpeetal )
The TsMe Rock Hnrh school base bail
teai defeated the Pawnee City High
arhM4 team yesterday In the first iuui
r : ,
Standing of Tjeams I
,f the M-asiin r a vr pf 1 to I st Paw-
j nee -City.
Drawn for The Bee by George McManus
i 1 i " i l
W IT -IT COST Five
tM VA5E. HAS
TRA.VEi.er a i i
OVER THE VORUO'
RED HOSE DEFEAT
THE UACKIAH CREW
Clever Work on Part of Boston Ken
Enables Sox to Score Victory,
' Five to Three.
SCHAKO'S HAND "IS ' DTJUBED
PHILADELPHIA, April U.-Clever
work by Lewi at bat and, en th bases,
together with Speaker" faat running and
a lng1 by Hoblitaell in the ninth In
ning enabled Boeton to defeat Philadel
phia here today, I to a Bush was taken
out owing to wlldaes in the fifth inning
and Collin waa knocked off the rubber
In six Innings, Wyckotf and May fin
ished the contest S Chang's hand was
split by a wild pitch in tha second In
ning. Ha will be out of th game two
or three week. Bcore:
n m HUArnj'HiA.
AB.H O.A I AB.H O A
MoopsT. rt. .4 1 I SMarpky, ftb-Vl 1 ft I I
". .4 I ft IWsUaT'rtr.l i " " J
S.ksr, cf.. I 11 ooidrlnt. If.. 4 111
I If 0 11 OLaJole. lb... 4 Oil
Kcott, ss.... Ill) OScbsna, .,. ft 1
Osrdnsr, lb. fill M.Aoy. I 111
rsrrlTO, ... 1 0 I 1 OBtrunk. ef..)4 111
rolllns. p.., ft 1 ftBsrn-. ss... I ft
mts. p....,j i B.ah. I o t a
Hsarlassa ,ft ft ft WTcHoff. p.. I I
. . Vetals II TIT lift a
Batted for Oolline in seventh.
Batted for McAvoy in ninth.
Boston 0 0 1 1 0 ft 1 ft s-I
Philadelphia 0 ft ft ft 1 0 ft i-S
Two-base hits: HobliUell. Olllrlng. Mo
Avoy, Strunk. Stolen basee: Speaker.
JUewls. Esrrsed runs: Boston, ft; Phila
delphia, t. Sacrifice hit: Hooper, Cerri
gan, Oardncr, Walsh (), Barry. Left en
baaea: Boston, ft; Philadelphia, a First
base on errors: Boston, 1; Philadelphia.
1. Baee on balls: Off Cell Ins, 1; off
Bush, ft; off Wyckoff. i. Hlta; Off Col
lins, ft in six Innings; off Mays. 1 in three
inning; off Bush, ft In four and a third
Innings: off Wyehoff. ft in tour and two.
thlrde inning. Struck out: Bt Collin.
!;,!?? M.4, Bu,h i: b wyckoff, i.
Wild pitch: Bush. Umpire: Chill and
Connolly, Time: 1:30. .
Tlgrrrs Defeat ladlss. ,
DETROIT. AprU lfi.-DetroH defeated
Cleveland by I to 4 today in a game mad
noteworthy by the large number of extra
base hits. The visiting player made four
doublee, while the Tiger garnered three
triple and a home run. Cleveland had a
food chance to win in the ninth, when
Daues passed two substitute batters, but
the necessrv hit waa lack- ore:
OLBVELAKD. - DBTROrT.
AU.H.O.A E AB.H.O.A B.
tlhold. cf.. 4 lit floss. SS....4 (ll
Tsmsr. lb.. I 10 1 uTossf, Ik... 4 1 4 1
Cnapsiaa. Hi I 1 1 I -Sh rf 4 I
Jscksoa. rf.. 4 1 c Oawtort. rt 4 I 1
Oraasr, If... I 11 Vsscb, If ... 4 1 0
.... 1 -" - V . B nTD , ip, , ll SB
Mshls. lb.,1 114 ft VIU, b. t ft 1
ON. III. s.. 4 4 10 uuis(e. .. 1 a I 1 a
1 a t a ' '"-i
a Tetsli M I 7 ll I
ToUls.. ... 1M1I 1
lotted tor hhieios in ninth.
. "Kan for Smith.
Batted for Morton In ninth.
rton In ninth. ,
...0 1 0 0 ft 1
uwu ..... w S V V S V o
Two-base hits: Shields, Jackson
a THAT VyiCP t J Av e a-- I I I 1 Attf XI, 11 1 J, I . JfV I -r T 1
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. ' -r ' Regular $7.50 and $8.00 Values. -
Saturday and Monday Only
Tbftftft uiu art made of the regular Palm Beach Cloth,
bearing the label and manufactured by tha greatest Palm
Beach Mill la America, at BAnford, Mains. They gr properly
shrunk and arc qualities you bar always paid $7.60 and
JS.00 for. .
Wft are selling thorn at thl low price now so our tailor
hop can have amplft Urn to take car of all alteration aad
thus handle them at a minimum expenie. We make no
charge for necessary alterations.
Tha sutu coma in plain tan. plain fttftel gray and blue
with cnalk-ltne gtrlpea. Tha ftlias rua from 14 to 41 In reg
ular, atouU. alirna and ihorta. Soma men will buy three or
four ults, go coma early for, your selection.
Proper Furnishings for Men
While selecting your Palm Beach Suit Saturday, glance
at our now furnishing and hat. Tou will ba Impressed with
th beautiful soft ahirta with French cuff a at 81.50 Tha
ilk ara unusual value thl year, priced from A'LKiI to
80. OO. Pvr
' Our hat man will help you aeleet tha hape and color in
a hat becoming to you. Ha will ahow you Stetson and our
own label hat at 83.00. 83. SO and 84.00 tha new
had and block. , .
3 413 South 16th Street.
Lelbold. Three-base hits:4 Dauxs, Craw
ford (2), Oraney. Home run: Cobb.
Stolen bane: Cobb, Veach (2), Steen.
Earned run: Off Dauna, 4; Off Steen, a
Sacrifice hit: Turner. Stanajre, Vltt.
Sacrifice fly: Barbara. ' Double play:
Young to "Bush to Kavanag-h, Left on
base: Cleveland, ft: Detroit a First
base on errors: Cleveland. 1; Dtrtrolt L
Bases on balls i Off Dausa, ft; off Steen,
I: off Morton, I. Hits; Off Steen. 1 in
five and a third Innings: off Morton, 1 In
two and two-4hlrda Inning. Struck eut:
By Dauea, ! by Morton, i. Wild pltoh:
Da use. - Umpire- Hlldebrand and
O'Loughlln. Time: 1:89.
. Yaakee Trim Be maters.
WASHINGTON, April IS. Fisher passed
eight men today, but his good work In
th pinches held Washington to one run,
and New York won a to 1 victory. Three
of Fisher's bases on balls were given in
the - seventh, but a strikeout and good
fielding prevented Washington from scor
ing. Harper, for Washington, was taken
out In th first Inning after he had passed
three men and made a wild pltoh. Ayras
and Ben'iev finished th ""., Score:
NEW YORK, . WASHIHTTON
AB u rt A It AR.H.O.A.C.
Malssl, lb... Ill IMssller. rt. I 0 4
Mlfti, If 410 0 Fonter. lb... till
CYee, ef I 0 I
s -PMiias, w....
WIIIUDM. lb 4 1 I I I
I' Mnrssn. th., 114 1
lShsnks. If., 1114
rips, lo..... ill
rook, rf.,... II
Pscklnps', ss I 4
Boon, lb... 4 11
.4111 Sllcilriee, ss. 4 4 s I 4
Nun'sukr, 4 1 1 1 Hsni-y. 111
Fisher, 4 ft 4 Alssmim ..
Harper. ,.. 4 I I J
Touts..... ft 17 1 lAysrs. p t 1 J
. flntley. .. 0 1
Tick -. 1 4 4
Totals... .. idU I
Ran' for Henry In ninth.
Batted for Ayer In eventh. -
Batted for Bentlcy In ninth. ;
New York...., 1 OftlftlOOO-4
Wwhlngton ...... .0 M 1 M M M
Two-base hlta: Boone, Williams, Mat
el. Earned rune: New York. I; Wash
ington, 1. Hits: Off Harper, none In
two-thirds Inning; off Ay era, ft In alx and
a third inning; off Bentley, 1 In two in
ning. Sacrifice hit: Cook. Stolen base:
Cook. Double plays: Peckinpaugh to
Boons to PI pp. Wllllsms to McBride,
Peckinpaugh to Ptpp. Left on base: New
York, S; Waahlngton, M. - Base on bails:
Off Harper, 8; oft Ayer. Z: off Fisher, 8.
First base . on error: . Washington, 1
Btruck out: By Hsrper. 1: by Avers. I;
by Flsheri 1 'Wild pitches: Harper.
Fisher. Umpires: Mullaney and Evan.
Tim-.jJ:10.. .. ,( ; j.-i -j,.
Mesa Sleaghtee . Brewas. '
ST. LOUIS, April . If. v-The Chteago
Americans by. bunching hits with errors
and bases on ball In six Inning today
cored sixteen runs against St. Louis,
which failed to send a man. across the
plate. Faber waa Invincible. Score:
OHICAOO. BT. LOUIS.
AB.U.O.A.B. AB. H.O.AC.
Qulalss. If.. I I ftShettoa. H.. 1 1 1 0
Weaver, ss.. 4 I I ft ftAastln. 8a... 4 0 14
BColltss. .11- 1 I OB.Wslk'r. rf I 1 4 .4
J.Colllas, of 4 I I 0C.Wa)k'r. cf 1 4 4 1
rslsrb, rf... ft ft Ies, cf.. I 1 4
Brief, lb-...'. 4 t ft 0 Pratt, lb.... 1 4 0 10
Koursler, lb I 4 4Wslsh. lb... ft III
rVh.lk. .... I ft T 1 ILtni. SS...4 ft I 1 I
Hair, 0. II I I 4 Kaufman, lb 4 114
.v. ,1,1 r. l a , a
. .-. ..... mm.. a . . n w, . . . . w . .
Fseer, p.... 4 r. ....! v a i i
Alexsaosr. tl I t I
ToUls M14Z7U Hocb. ft 41
Bemerdar. I 4 I I ft
. wiiiissis ,.i a
Tetals M 1 B it
Batted for Baumgai jvr in nlntn.
Chicago 7 ItlllM 1-M
fit Louis ft ft ft ft 0 ft ft ft 0-4
Twtvbase hits: Faber, Qulnlaa. Weaver,
J. Collins. Waleh. Stolen bases: E. Cot
Una (2). J. CoUlna (Z. Felsch, Weaver.
Hhotten. Earned runs: Off Hoch. 7 In
two-thirds Innlnga; off Bausngardner. 4 in
eight Innings. Sacrifice hlta: E. Collins,
J. Collina, Breton. L(t on bae: Chi
cago, 4; St Loula. 10. Rase en error:
Chicago, a Bass en belle: Off Hoch. 4;,
oft Faber, I; off Ferryman. 1; off Baum-
gardner, J. Hits: Off Hoch, 1 In two
third a Innings; off Perryman, k in one
third Inning (two rune, one on In second);
off Baumgardner. 10 in eight Innings.
Struck out: By Faber, 10: by Baum
rardner. 4. Wild pitch: Raum-rardncr.
PasRed ball. Schalk. UVnplres Nallln end
"DAD" SHANER ASSEMBLES
' MEN FOR FAIRBURY TEAM
FAIRBURY. Neb.. April 15. -(Bpecia!.)-"Dad"
Shaner, ' manager of 'Fblrbury'
state league oese Dan icuq, niwmDirtr
his pupils on th diamond of th baa ball
park Tuesday afternoon and gave them a
chance to show what they could do.
About a dozen player wer on hand and'
the balance of tha thirty player who
have signed up are arriving- In the city
"Dutch" Sholl. the Hubbeli pitcher who
played on Falrbury' ' semi-professional ,
team last year, waa on 'deck, and he ex
pect ts 'iBi-.d a berth with headquarters ,
at Falrbury. MoCU, another ieml-pro,
who looked after thing In the right rr-!
den of Falrbury' team last year. 1 also'
In the tryout McCatl ha a good batting
record. Bowhay, a pitcher from Liberty.
Neb., will arrive today and start work. '
He. pitched here during the tournament,
last August. "Twins"' Hawk, th horn'
run hitter from Bruntng, will make an
effort to secure a place;
NO SPARRING EXHIBITIONS'
FOR CITY OF GRAND ISLAND
. - i
GRAND ISLAND. April 16.-(gpeclal.)
Finding- a prize .fight bbokd.by .an ath
letic association under th guise of
"sparring contest" and', bclmr unable to
find; any officers'- of th "athletic asso.
elation." Mayor Ryan announced today
through' tha press that arrest would fol
low any effort to pull oft auch a match
or exhibition. A few year ago an 'at
torn pt of, the Jtind was made , in, Grand
Island and stopped, by' Governor 'M aits
hea. :r i . f 'Vx;
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