Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, May 08, 1916, Page 4, Image 4

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    Bringing Up Father
BELGIAN LEJEUNE .
GETS HIS REVENGE
Larry Wreaks Vengeance, on Pete
Kildaff by Making Moit Benia
tional Catch of Season,
ItOUEKES LOSE IN THE NINTH
t-rry LJun, the fmou battling
fcelglan, hd hit revenge yatrdy, And
rnnt awful rtveng it wa.
it will be remembered Oklahoma I'cte
Kllduff saved bull mm for Omaha,
Saturday hy literally dealing a hit from
J-eJeune by a wonderful. catch.
It waa Leleun chance ytrdy, In
tha second atarnia Oklahoma I'eta ikied
a hit Info left rtnlrr that should hav
ban good for thre he. In fact, Pel
almost not to third before Ih ball cmno
down.
But IeJeun wta not Inclined to let
rta have a hit afltr tha way I'M a
robbed Mm Haturdsy, fin be started In
purguit of tha flying pill. By a wonder
ful effort ha almost reached It. If threw
big maat band In tha air, made a dc.
(wraia clutch at tha ball and crashed Into
tha frm-a with tha ball In hla hand. It
waa probably at wonderful a ratrh a
ever km or aver will ba seen In Rourk
park. i
naarbra l.es la Mlelh,
Incidentally Omaha loat tha ball gain
through a nlnth-lnnlnf rally by tha
truculent floug. Tba Hloug hammered
out three hltg In tlia final frama and
eounted at many run, which mad It
fifty-fifty an tha iirtn, by a I to I
count.
Mark Alllion waa tba victim. It wag
tha third gam Altlaoa baa loat thla yr.
Tha Rourk pllcbar waa bit bard and
only good (tipport kept tba hostile aoor
a low at It waa.
Omaha atai-ted after Pepper Clark In
tha flrat frama In a manner that would
ordinarily Indicate tha inauguration nf a
(watfrst. They gunk thraa runt ovar tha
rubber. Earl Bmlth opened by driving a
bit through Connolly. Burg popped out,
but Marty Krng delivered a dnubla to
left wbloh (cored Bmlth. Cy Forsyth
tripled to left when Ilanallng misjudged
hla fly and Krug (cored. Forsyth
counted on Krueger' aaerlfloa fly ta left.
tint that ended tha Rourka slugging,
flstk waa mgater of tha situation ever
after.
gloat ( taller! Twa
in th second Inning tha Btouk rollected
two tallle off of Allison. l,Jiin aln
!rd to left and took erond when tha
Pill got away from Bmlth. Tha Helglan
aiored on Ilenellng alngta to right.
Henllng went to third when Forsyth
I't tha hall allp through ula foot, and
narked on Croby' sacrifice fly to cen
ter. Hy different mannera and means tha
Blou. ware unabla to cor agUn until
tha ninth, whn they prm-eeded to go out
and win the game, Uvlngslone npfried
with a hit to right, but waa furoad at
aoennd bv t'lark. Clara wrnt to third
on Cnllahan'a alngl tn right. Kllduff lut
'oonay'a groundar cap him and Clark
valloprd trr wlih ilia lying run. "Irra
Mart hmg 'rilii Allliion and frimiitht
.uu Nnrlli forth. tlomr Watann girctnl ,
NniUi wllli a alliigliig blow to irutrr
mol l'.illlinn and t'nonay eountPd. tarn ;
(i-tlrfd Connolly and l.!unt hut llir
tianci lot, j
Hall ralla Bhart,
Tl louiki' Irlrfl to a rally In I
trn ninth, toil fll down n tii job. Aftr J
Krug whiftrd, !,!' 11 waa bit by a
l-lti-brd ball. Ha fr'd at ron.
l KrrMr. Hay Millfr rrd a two.
baarr to ilghl Koaf turd to not
tut filt"l Tha rrlai Mat Kti.(
t ut l.l' titgaiona dr.Hwd b (all '-1d,
tad felwkrd ttio utlt platr
.n l Kt' ( rifai had a b-i I i
i.oii.tt n I'aditt' avh4 ar. i'U-k-.l
.(. ilia I alt ft '4 ton hpit Hi . mil l
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Baker ami Nebraska
Split Tennis Honors
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Standing of Teams
WlvbT. I.KAflCH, Ail I. ft, X.KXQIU'..
Wlrhlla ,..10 ,W Clavelnnd ..l ,l
Omaha I t .l! Waih'gion .11 7 ,ll
Topeka, .... I ,IM Chli.agl ....10 II ,W.
l.liKoln ,. .t'lN'aw york..W I ,f,A
I'niver .,.. I .4; Boalon 1 10 Mil
Hlou City, I I'lrolt 10 M Mi
lifta Molnna t ,4'Jlj Hi. Iuli.,,, II
Ht J'mri.h. 4 It .tm, Itilla 13 .383
NAT. i.kaim:k. amkr. ach-n
wi.i'ot! vvuivt.
Wmoklyn .. 4 .! Iwtilvllla .At 4 .VA
Hoatnn .Mt' Iri'lUnapolla I 1 ,IM
l 'bigo ,,,10 f M Mlnnaplla 10 I ,Wt,
Phlla T ,IM C'loinliua ,,10 4 ,2R
' Inolnnatl ,U10 .t,M, Ht. I'aul T 1.44
Ht. U.iila.,.W 10 .mi Toledo I 9.4m
I'lHatHrgh t II .421' Kan. City.,, 4 10 .3,4
Naw Vork.. t It ,14 Mllwaukaa . 1 II ,1U
A Slap on the Writt
H1CWX CITT,
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Callahan, aa.,
Coonay, Jl
Waiaoit, rf ...
Connolly, lb...
I-aJaunr, rf ..
llniialllig. If, .
Croaliy, lb.,...
I.lvlrigatona, n
Clark, p
Total ',.
6
17
I 11 P
OMAHA
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f4mlth, If
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Krng, ft..':....
Koravlha, rf,..
Kruagtr, o.,.,
Millar, lb
Klldoff, a,,,.
t'rlcat, ;.,,,,.
Alllaon, p,...,.
North, p...,..,
Totata
Ploua City
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0 B I-
101 3-11
Ituni ,,
Xlta ...
Omaha
Hon ,.
Hit. ...
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Thrra-haaa hit; Toraytha. Two-haaa
Mta: Wataon, Krng (I, Millar. Hacrlflra
fllaa: t!roahy, Kriifgxr. Htolan Imaaa:
Wataon, Miliar Uonbia plnya; Croaby
(unaaataladi, lanjouna to (wllalinn Illta;
Off Alllaon, III In (tight ami nna -third In
nlngai off North, I In two-ihlrl inning,
fttruck out: My Clark, I. by Alllaon, I.
Itaaaa en bulla; Off Clark. 1; off Alll
aon, 1 I'aaaod ball: Kmgr. lilt by
p1t-hd ball : Uvlngatona, Koraytha. I-rt
on baaaa: Hloug City, I; Omalia, I. Tlmo:
t:4A tfmptrra; Mullen and Andrew,
wiourr i.ogp.g tiik orictER
Ragged Kteldlng ,lea Topeka
I. aat of kertea.
WinilTA. Kan.. May T.-llagfad field
Ing by Wichita gave Tnprka the laat
gum of tha aenea, I to 4. Hi-ore;
WICHITA.
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Tohlln. If 4
rox. rf.
Helling, lb
Utachl. aa
Urttion, lb
Abafaln, lb
Jajiikaon, of. ..,,,,.
(iray, o... ............
Koaatnar, p... ......
Tola la,
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TOriDKA,
AM. R.
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II 24 11
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Agler, lb
Coi-hran, aa ...
ikiiwlwln, 10 .,
Tvdeman, rf..
Kruger, of ...
I.aitlmor. ?b
.rhweltier, If.
Monroe e
Maralialt, ...
Iaalnr, p. ,.
Weat, p
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Totala,,.
14
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4 001
111
T"Iek ,,,, , I
Wichita I
4 0-
I 0 0 4 I (v 4
(lame rulled In eighth for Tepeka to
-at. -h train.
ricrifi hit Toblln, Helling Two
haw hlta KiMlner ill, Tydeman ill
7l.f ii.' bit C'" Hiolen ba, Ut
a. In Hlla Off Kneatner, T, off Mo
hall. I In all tnnli'ga. oft laabnr, I In
lw al one Iblid Inning, off Weat. I In
...ir aii, ion tlnr.la Inuloaa, Poo hla piaff '
W . t to Aa er birvngnul My hitaaluar i
..: M Mat.hail. 1, by M . I taa on
l.';a I'ff Koeetnee, off Mara: I. t
..'( w.t, t aaaed ball Urar Tmia.
, . I mi'!) A.tei' anl IVtltlua
BENEFIT PLAY GIVEN FOR
ct nun c anvil iidv
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COtSHY INTP00UC10 HERE
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THE BEE:
Copyright, JJU. In tern '1
LINCOLN BEATS DES MOINES
Antelopei Overcome Four-Hun Lead
and Win Out, Eleven
to Six.
R0UME8 AT LINCOLN TODAY
r-K4 MOINMH, la., May 7.-Mnooln
ovanoma a four-run lad and dsfralad
l" Molloa toilny, to 4. Ururn:
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Carllala, If 6
llliiohman, 2h ....... 4
7'hmaann, cf i
-olr, i f S
Hlainnaon, aa 4
Wllllama. lb 4
Moran
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Itohrar,
4
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tiiagory, p
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0
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Halm, rf..,
Hunter, if
Jonaa, lb.,
Meloan, If.
Vpalir, c ..
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1
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1
0
I
0
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0
0
0
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4
I
4
Hartford, aa..,,..,,, 4
Kwoldt, ah 4
Clnlia, 2b 4
Miiaxer, p 1
Tltumaa, p , 1
Hraan 1
(Irani, p 0
Klllaan 1
Total 14
10 n
it
HetlH for Thoinaa In aeventh
'Matted for uraiit In ninth,
I'lnuolr i I i J 1 o l-ll
1i-a Molnea I I t 0 0 A 0 0 0-4
Home runa: Carllale, Htnchman, Mle
loan, Three-liaaa hlla: William, Jtohrar.
Two-haaa hlla tvnn, Mora, llahn,
Clalra. Harrlflca hlta. Thnmaaon, Hun
ter. Rtnlen baat i William, Mora,
Oregory, Meloan, (Ipahr. lft on bea:
l.lni.oln, I; lie Molne, I. ((trunk out:
Hy ((regory, I; by Muar, i; by Thorn,
I Hale on blla: Off Oregory, 1; off
Mueaer.. 3, i,ff . (Jrant, 1. Wild ultoh:
Oregory Hit: Off Thoinaa. I hlta and
4 run In three and two-third Innlnga;
on mam, mi ana run In two In
nlnga. I'mplre. , Carney and Kckman.
IIOV. .V.
JOklKk
hix raoM iiKivrm
Hllllna of lrnmmer Timely, aad
They Win,
OKNVICn, Co May T.St. Joaenh'a
hitting wee" timely today ami the vlallora
defeated Denver, A to i. Tha atora;
AH. M. If,
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0
0
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0
0
4
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Miller, rf
Kellher, a
Oakaa. cf
Huli.lier, If...
I 'ver, Hli
Itenl, Kb
Hhlelda, lb...
Hhaatak, e . . .
Kaiifiiian, p ,.
isrievena
lleynolila, p...
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. 4
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Tot a la
.94
I 12 27 s If,
T. JONKPH
AH. It
Hullnaii. If ,
M.-falw, cf.,
butler, aa...
Klrkham, rf
Hloi'k. i.
Joiu-'lan. lb.
Ullllama. !h
Ketlng, 3li.
Thumaa, p .
4
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4
4
4
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Totla . M ft n 17 i
Halted for Kaiifmnn In tha eighth.
At Joeeph 0 1 1 O 1 0 0 0-4
'Denver 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1-1
F.arned run: Ht. Jnaeph, 4. Denver. I
Twn-lmae hlta: Kltkham, Thomaa,
Hhlelda Tlu-ee baae hlta. Sullivan
ll'yer Haa.a on hall off Thoinaa 4.
Hi ruck out My Thomaa. 3. bv Kaufman
hm-rlfli-e hlla lliitlur, Thnma. Kirk-
0 ham Haci'lfica fly Holler Htolen baaca
. ia-a. nin, g mt f,y pitched hall
Hollhan. I'aaaed ball: KheaUk Douhle
play: Keeling to Wllllama to Jourdan,
leed to M.lelila; Kratlna In Wllllama to
Joiiroan. Inning pitched Hy Kaufman,
igtil. run 4 hit io, by Kenol.1a, one,
rona none, hit I Time. I I mplre
Han an Kane
Armours Loso Hard
Fray to Blair Lads
Hlelr defeated the Armmire at lila'r
Mr.la , , hard foilgbl gme H..iti
mi, ,... , .... k .. , . . '
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.e'k wa (he u. kl.-ai aa rat of the
Armour baitt dina war ar'l f.o.l
. by lb h'ab wind The giua wag
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OMAHA, MONDAY, MAT
New rvioa
COYELESKIE BEATS
ST. LOUIS BROWNS
Detroit Hurler Pitchet Superbly and
Breaks Tiger Loiing
Streak.
TWO TO ONE IS THE SCORE
PKTnOlT, Mloh., May 7,-f'ltchlng u
perbly with men on biiae, Harry Covo.
leakla defeated HI, Ijoula, 2 lo I, toilny,
thu breaking Detroit' login treak.
Threa of tfii four hit mude off Weilman
came In tha two Inning that the Tiger
rorad. TaMrol twon In tha alith. Cobb,
af on Johnon' fjmble, aiol accond
and took third on Hiirlley' high throw,
Htirna then doubled Into the center field
orowd Hcora:
kT. tlt'lg IltBTItfMT
All II O A K An H II A K
Vrtten, If.. I 0 iHun. u t a 4
.ihaao. a, I D i I n iu. iti 4 I I I 0
Miller, rf... t M'oMl of .... I 0 1 0 0
staler, lb.... I II llVem-a. If... I 0 fl 0 (I
raiu. in..,.. iii imuina, .. I i
Maraana. rf. 4 1 14 ull.ihmn rf. 1 II it 0
Iwal, lb..,., 4 t I I OYauaa M... I 4 1 1
FUrller, a,. 114 1 IHi.n.a. a... (0446
WaliniM, a. I 4 1 tt'ovalaakle, I 0 6 7 a
'tall ... I 0
a.rrrePl , , 1 0 A 4 0 Totala 17 4 27 II I
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Hatted for Hartl'-y In nlnlh,
Hailed for 'ellmn In ninth.
HI. !,oiil 0 0 0 n 0 1 0 0 0-1
Detroit I 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 -!
T wo-b hit: Hum. Htolen haaea:
Hialer, MHraana, (.tilili, Kiw-rlflre hlta:
Hlftler, I'mtt. Ifl on baaea: Ht. I-oula,
i letrolt, , Hit and enrned rona: Off
Wnllman, 4 hlta, I run In elht InoliiKa;
nff tkiveleakle, 7 hit, I run In nlnit In
ning. Hit by pltchad ball: By Wrllman,
Veai-h. Struck out: Hy Wrllman, 1; by
Covelaakle, 4. I'ntplrr: Hilili-hrand and
O'ljoughllii.
Indian kweep Clatter. '
CHICAOO, May 1 Clereland mode It
four atralght from fTilcaKo today, when
they came from behind and won In tit
final gam of the aerie, ft to I. Faber
had barn plii hlng alr-llght IihII until the
flghlh Irmlng, when he weakennd and
Cleveland gcored four run before Falier
wa replaced by William. Soore:
OUa.VW.ANII IMHUiiO
AN II0A8 All 11 OA E
Drine. If ,,4 1 1 0 WVIarh, cf. . 6 I I I) 0
Turner. lv , 4 J I I (l.l I ,'olllna. rf i S 4 4 II
ktakr el I I I I tt l'nllha. Ih M I I 1
B Hmllh rf 4 t 1 0 OFnurnlar, lb I t li 1 0
lamlll. Ih . 4 1 I I IMi'k-on, If. I 0 0
Mc,ar4. Ih, 4 4 I fii.v.rl aa. 4 1 Q I A
rn'nu. aa 4 4 t IM.-Mullln, lb 4 I 0 I I
O'Neill, n . III I lOtr-l.ala, 0 .. 4 4 4 10
Miniti. a., I I I "K,il-r. o ... I n J e
Hmii t t I o nwiiiianie, o t
Mltrhell, p 0 0 0 0 O'l.vmi 1 0 0 u
Tnlnta 4 7 57 14 t Tni' . .
ntted for Cotimb in nlmh.
I!SI
MHtted for Wllllnma In ninth.
!4"levelnnd 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 ft 5
Chicago 0 0 I 0 1 0 o II 0-
Two-baae hlta J. Collin. K, Cbll"n.
alfelacli. Thre' haae bite: Gun HI, Hpker.
j Stolen haee: Roih. Dunbl piny: O'Nell
L',tn Turner, Hhso on ball: off Fiih ,
1; off Mitchell, 1. lilt and earned runa:
'Off Coumbe. h hit. I run In even ln--ininsa;
off Mltrhell, I hit, no run In two
U Innlna; off Faber, 4 hlla, ft runs In seven
and one-third Innings; off William. 1 hit,
Jino run in one and two-thlrda liinlnga.
I Si III, -It nut' llw Cnmh. 7 r,u Vh I'
hy Williams 2. by Mitahell, 3. Umplrea;
n.Min and until.
New Men Victors
In Mat Contests
Staged at Newark
NKWAUK, N J May 7- New win
nera were returned In every elnaa In the
bsllonsl wrestling chainpionehlpa here
l-t nliiht. N Pendleton, member of
ih New York Athletic club, nmt Inter- : t''m of ftaga. hung from prominent
collegiate champion In UH-Mlft, easily : building in the bualnea center of Ch
won td l?S-poun,l title by defeating AI-'cao, will be u'd In the future lo notlfv
'exaniler lle-llunil, th New Knglaml 'an of Hi a-ctl n w hether the gam wMll
rhftmplon The aummarlea: i be played aa scheduled each day, might
MM-IMund t'lna -tleora Talir . well be copied bv epib owner In other
K T,cr''itb.;:.r.r.,t' '
bodv and bar hi, l.l Time. , i's other hifoiinatinn dlairilnitlng rant a are
tketm,1 t laaa- K alioar Ihowlta Vntiliii fr.,ittnllv lM.laM.I h, IH...a aim n.il
-tpua orifiiati ., laiMii imv. too.
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SCHOOL BOY BREAKS!
PITCHING RECORDS;
Texat Youngster Strikei Out Twenty-Four
in Sin g;le
Game.
STAG0 IS NEAREST COMPETITOR
NEW roriK, May 7. -Tha record of
twenty four atrlke out In a nlna-lnnlng
gma, credited to Tltoher Davl of tha
Kllloait Tea) Jtlgh rhool taam In tha
content egalnat tha Helton High achool
nine, on April H, appear to rank with
any pitching feat now rarorded In tha
annul nf baae ball. Bo far a la ghown
by th leading compilation on baa ball,
the feat gland In a claa by llaelf.
Whether It la a world'g reoord la hgrd to
dnu-rmlna becaue tmuiual pitching ag
hlbltlon by a mn tour achool and college
team ara not kept with tha mmi car
that la devoted to thoaa of tha major and
minor league.
Ho far a tha record ghow It I th
beat atrlk out performance for a nlna
lnnlng name to ba found among lha avail
able data In nxlatence today. A careful
earrh illecloaed that th Nation! Inugu
record of atrlke nut, under 1ml!ar
condition, I nineteen made by Charle
Hwceney In the Prov!denr-Boton game
of June 7, ISM, Th American lengii
record wa mode by th ' late George
Rub Waddell, who fanned eluteen In
the content between St. I.oula and the
Athlatlcg, on July 2!), 1008.
J 'It char Dalley atruck out nineteen In
a I 'Dion aaaoclatlon gam between Chi
cago and Hoeton on July 7, W84; Tom
rtamey turned gaventeen battera back to
the bench In an American aaaoclatlon
conteat between Txulvll!c and Cleveland
on Jim t, 1M7 and thl waa a remark
able performancf a at that tlmo the four
atrlk rule wa In exttnc. On Auguat
21, 111', William Mitchell fanned twenty
batter In g Tcxa league game, Involving
Bnn Anlonlo and Oalveton. During tha
year 1012'Krank Davla of th Knoivllle,
Appalaechlan leajriie club, and Fred
Applegate of th lllu fjraa league, alio
fanned twenty battera. A. A. Htagg, now
coach of tha University of Chicago, while
a tudcnt at Yale atruck out twenty
Princeton balterg In the Yale-Princeton,
game of May 38, 1KSS, nrt thl I prob
ably the beat colli g record to data.
Hanaril I'lan (.rlillron Work.
Whilo the cold and unaoHmnble
weather, which h.i prevailed In the cast
during tha laat three week, has greatly
upaet both professional and amateur aporl
cheduln it haa been a boom for aprlng
Vot ball training at the unlveraltlo.
The candidate haw been able to indulge
In much harder preliminary work than
wa th cm a yew r ago when tha ther
mometer waa from twenty to thirty de
gree higher. Tractlc 1 either com
pleted or under way at Harverd, rrlnce
ton, Yale, Cornell, Itrown, Columbia, and
other Inatltutlnn which feature the game
and th coaches report large aquada and
much enthiialnam among both the veteran
and the new men who will try for place.,
on the varalty eleven next fell.
Weeahmnn Ilea t.nod Idea.
The announcement by Treal'lcnt churl i
Weeghman of the Chicago rub that ,
cm 1 4 o mn a l"'g top lo Hi ball
uiiie they ara reasonably certain thai
the tenma wt'l play de.a rf ea 1 1 p.. '
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"Star and Garter"
E&faaS
1,1k the last word of a woman, which
alway get) over upreme, everlasting,
all-embodying, and what Is more, th
lt word, -Is the Hsyety bill of fre thl
week. To begin with. If a how wher
femininity predominate, and it's th lat
word In good burl'iia show. It I alio
th laat burleaque show of tha aon.
It' a mighty good (how. too. ona that
will leave a good taat during th long
hot month whan th Ogyety will b
"In plctura" and tha tlntlnabulatlon of
rollicking extravsgiimsa only a memory,
Tha eloalng offering In th (a mom "Btar
and Oarter" ahpw, featuring Don Clark,
Bert Rose and Jimmy Coughlln, all of
whom are too well known to need In
troduction, The company ln exceptionally clever
on, the Stan aettlnga (nd costuming
gorgeous and the musical number gra
bell-ringers, everyone.
In the cast of prlnclpg!, Jee Wels,
Win Jacqulln Tsllman, Margaret I,
May Da Ml. Margie Martin and Edith
I FTar stand out to good advantage, In
the olio, a living picture, showing moit of
th clioru girl sj Integral part, called
forth enthiialaam. W. A, Wolfe and Mar
garet Lee offered a snappy Utile song
ketch and Ethel Woodrow "Aeroplane"
stunt cared aa heavy a anything else In
the! ahow. Wels and Tsllman closed th
olio performance with a novelty feature.
District ionrl tn Vork.
PORK. Neb., My 7.-f Fpeela!.)-May
term of tha district court I called for
Monday, th Ith. with Judge Oeorge F,
Corcoran on tha bench. There are thirty
four cae on the docket, all rlvll; Five
are divorce, (even law while) the balance
are mlaccllaneou.
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CARDS-YICTORS IN
A PITCHING DUEL
St.. Louis Defeats Cincinnati by One
to Nothing ,
AMES AND TONEY STAR
KT. I-OCI3, May 7.-B1. I-onla defeated
Cincinnati In a pitchers' duel between
Amea and Toney her today, 1 to 0,
Toney 'allowed only two hlta. but they
cam together and produced the run that
lost him the game. Amea also was In
great form, granting but four hit. The
score:
CiMINNATI. BT. IMTlH
AB 11.0 A K ABU O A T.
Naala rf i 0 t I nnatrhar. If . I 0 J M
K II lifer. If . 4 0 10 OHmillli. nf . , 4 0 4 0 U
I'haaa lb ., 4 I 4 0 llllelral, lb I Mil
rfirirrilh. rf. 4 4 0 nUmi rl 11 I.A li
HI rah. Jo .... 3 4 11 II Ml liar. lb... 1110 0
Henna, as . I I 1 1 IRrrik. lb ... I 0 1 0 0
Ii4don. 2b.. Ill tlforlian. all I Z
Winao. a,.,, 14 12 OH'thv, 41 -lb I H I 1
Tonar. .... I 0 I OiHnvilar. e.,. 4 0.414
('lark , 144 Iitrnritar. o. ,.l 0 71 fi
IrlmeiVr, MM) UAmaa. I 0 0 1 I)
Total ...It 4 14 11 1 ToUli ...14 1 V il 1
Hatted for Toney In the eighth. " ,
Cincinnati 0 0 0 0 0 0 A 0 0-0
Ht. I.ouU ...0 0 0 1 0 0 0 -l
Two-base hit: ' Miller. Htolen bases;
Neale. HeUel, Beaeher. Double - plav:
Huyder to Heck. Hnaes on balls: Off
Toney, 4; off Kchnolrler, 1; off Ames, 2.
lilts and earned runs: Off Toney,' 2
hits, I run In seven Innlnwa; off Schnei
der, no hits, no run In one Inning; off
Ames, 4 hit, no run In nine Innings.
Struck out: By Toey, 3; by Schneider.
I: by Ame, 6, I'mplres: O'Day and
orth.
Ilea Had 'o Ksperlence.
It I ssld that I.BWion Robertson, who
I slted to put th Pennsylvania foot
bell players through their pane, ha had
no experience handling gridimn perform
fr. What's the difference, the player
Won't know It.
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