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THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY, JUNE 10. 1900.
Tou've noticed the many "'
Menu who. over their own,1""a
vouch for the efficiency of Dr. Ixw
ln's method for the treatment of
Haven't jou aked jourself: -There
surelv must be some """ Jn !'
he advertises. otherwle such promi
nent men would not allow the use
..f their names." And. as week after
week new names appear. does not
thts strengthen jour conviction.
ANOTHER GRATEFUL PATIENT
A tromlBcnt clem man. kaowo to a
great Dumber of St. Louhaos, says:
St. Louis, Dec 6th. 1899.
This will certify that Dr.
Wm. A. Levin has cured my
son of his rupture to my entire
satisfaction, and this In a com
paratively short time. My son
has discarded his truss, and
feels as well as ever. The
treatment was almost free of
pain. WILLIAM SCHUTZ,
Pastor or airman Methodist Ctturtb.
corner of S. Jefferson Aenoe nod
ALL MY CURES
Are completed without ratline, pvlp
or detention freni bus!ne". and 1 a
NO PAY UNTIL CURED.
w. k lew;
Holland BIdg., 2!i H. 7th St., Suit 907
letter with stamp answ ered.
Will be paid for the arrest anil conviction
of the person or persons who shot Con
ductor J. R. Richardson at l-aclede and
Grand avenues on Mar IS. 1Mb.
ST. LOUIS TRANSIT CO.
EDWARDS -WH1TAKEH. President.
For the arrest and conviction of cither one
or both if the jarJle 'who 'hot conduotor
u -i. viiro nn li Salle street near Mis
souri' avenue early Tuesday merrlng. May
ST. LOUIS TRANSIT CO.
ED WW UPS WIllTAUHB. Prrslden t.
trill br nalil for the arrest and conviction
of the person or persons who si.ot Motor
man Richard H. Stllson on Mondiy. May
r?. 19CO. about 3i0 p. m.. on California avt
nue, about a block south of Chippewa.
ST. LOUIS TRANSIT CO.
nnw.tnns wiiitakhk. president.
Will be paid for the arrest and cnnvlello.i
of tho person or persons v. ho .-hat Ita-i-i
Officer John 1. R.ce on Mcnduv. May -9.
lf). about 2:3" p. m.. on California ave
nue, about a block tout'i of Chippewa.
ST. LOUIS TRANSIT CO.
EDWARDS WHITAKIIll. President.
Will be paid for tin- arrf t and convlc Ion
of an- person who may place en- obsiruc
tions upon the tia.:; of the St. i.oui-.
ST. LOUIS TRANSIT CO.
EDWARDS WIHTAKEII, President.
Will be paid for the arrest and conviction
of any peron who may cut any Troll;' ,- or
Feed Wires of the St. Ltuls Transit Cam
pany. ST. LOUIS TRANSIT CO.
EDWARDS WHIT.VHHH. President.
Will be paid for the arrt and conviction
of any person who may throw any missiles
t any car or nnv person engaged In the
service of the St. Louis Transit Company.
ST. LOUIS TRANSIT CO.
EDWARDS WIIITAXER. President.
Will be paid for the arrest and conviction
ot any person who may threaten with -violence
or Intimidate or attempt to Intimidate
any person now employed by the St. Iouis
Transit Company, lor the purpo'e of de
terrlnK any such person from continuing In
ST. LOUIS TRANSIT CO.
EDWARDS WIIITAKER, ITrnldent.
Julian Ralpe. In Collier's Weekly.
Field Marshal Lord Roberts Is enriched
with such a striking face that h's small
stature does not count against him. lie has
a noble and what is called an arlttocratic
face, such as might have belonged to a
Marshal of France In the days when
France possessed men and virtue. Though
1 have described him as gentle, ho ! stronir
in will and quick cf Judgment. At his very
Ftartlng- out on this expedition, which has
driven the bird of victory from the Boer
to the British standard, he was delayed by
a wholly unexpected attack on his transport
train of .2)0 buck wagons and thousands
ot oxen. With this was practically all of
the very little food he was able to carry
after his rapidly moving army of 1".000
men, yet on the' Instant that he realized
n necessity for dispatching a large lorce,
nnd the consequent weakening of his nrmy,
to rave the train, he ordered it abandoned.
A little later, when his army bad made
unparalleled marches on a biscuit per day
Per man. ,ar.d when his horses were even
l"8,s well supplied with forage, he ordered
the burning of an Immense supply of bis
cuits, compressed Hay. and oats at Paarde
bcrg. It seemed Incomprehensible almost
criminal but he had no wagons to fetch
the food along, and he said he did not
propose to let It go to the Boers, who were
In even greater need of supplies than his
In these actions we sco the gigantic
strength of his grip upon his men, for
though they were torn by hunger and
i-pent with fatigue, not a Tommy In the
tanks uttered a single word of complaint'
A Methucn would have been damned by
his troops- and a Kitchener would have
moved amid a trifled chorus of complaint
but whatever Lord Roberts does Is rlsht
and satisfactory to every Rtltlsh soldier
In fact, his men consider whatever he does
to be Inspired. Thev are rjrniM tr nrlt,H
whatever hardships he Imposes on them. F
una wncre anotner ueneral would be voted
a brute for marching his men twenty miles
a day. Roberts can march them twice as
far with a certainty that of every two
Tommies In the ranks one will sav, "Ain't
he a man?" and the other will reply.
"'Elsa man." Excepting George B. Mc
Clellan, we never had an American Gen
eral with anything like this degree of popu
larity, and "Little Mac" did not manage I
.u fcUlUJJiaiC Ilia uiaiiei!3iu Willi success.
the Armr of the Sen.
Far out. far ont. close riding cret on crest.
The Ion?, white legions glisten in the sun.
Kndleas and armed for instant strife they run
In monstrous phalanx, sweeping In abreast.
Far'out. far out. where seethes the wild unrest.
What fearful glories hare those, foemen won.
What deeds of Mood hava they In anger done,
l And shrieked upon the night wind unsuppreed!
nd down, far down (why crawls the confer so?;.
Are staring ejes and shrunken lips that say
Poor, pjteoua protest to the whirlwind foe
That, striking them, roared on for further prey.
o neets and powers, what war-won songs hte je
ilvn dread than sing this Army of the Sea?
Thomu Blcket in the Ntw UrclncotL
IN TENTH INNING.
WevhiiiR Twirled llie' Host Ball
Shown on the Trip and De
HAWLEY ALSO WAS IN FORM.
Four Runs in the Lust Iiminjx Etui-
rd (i hints Chances Hehlrick
and Hobhie HutnimTcd
IVt. V. I- I1
.ttl fndianarroli. .?; in
.-T. "hlCIIRO -- .. f
.313 ICunf.i! fHy.TS rs
. -Ieicl.ni ..S. r
,4i3 .l!nnai'H) H ..A Ti
.sciiiufraio r -'"
.3TSi lftru!t . .- -'
?ri kirn .
t. I.H1H ..
National rrnp"'. American I'kci.'.
:t I-ml f-. Xw Yorkl K U. CJ-.'Hii.l 4
llillAtlrlt'IUH On 3. i 'IiJcoko ... IKtntt 2
"Itirsco . Mo'tnn " 3i.fful.ii. UlnTeaiK,lU.
iiNknV. littluie 2. i"iiU'fatvll S, Mi!wk
No Xat.onal tajnie ganu- ihrtttil. lor to
Xew York. June 9. Thoughtless youm;
men. clad in summer outing shirt and col
lars that wilted with perspiration. Jeered
and reproached Gus Wehlng t.lth his age
when ho walked Into the pitchers box at
the l'olo Grcund this afternoon, clad In
the uniform of the Cardinals. The ado
lescents recommended the home tor
aged men as a safe refuge for Gus, and
some een went m far as to Insist that an
camlratlcn be made of his teelh by an
expei.t in war horses. In order to determine
his e.act age.
At .he 'inl cf the t.'nth Ini Ing these smart
bos. more wllttd than tht; had ben be
fore, withdrew from the l'olo Grounds In
s-ilei.ee. Weyhlng had Low led the New
York-i oer v.Ith a fw measly hits In ten
hard-fuusht scrimmage'. He had made
one of the best records of the year against
a team that has been hlttlnir the bill hard
and frequently, notwithstanding the fact
that It has pulled off ftvc victories. With
"Robbie" behind the bat to Ueep him
straight. Weyhlng pltrhed a remarkable
game. He gave few bases on balls ami but
for a wild throw and his muff of un easily
tossid ball at first base, tho New Yotl.s
might hae drauu goou eggs all the way
The Cardinals had to struggle for to-day's
victory. Haw-ley. who twirled for the Iccal
team, came to life and shot the ball over
the plate with remarkable speed. Robin
son and Heldrlck were the only men of the
St. I,ou!s tor.llt cent whu ,m:M lilt Mm
Heldrlck gut In three beauties and hit an-
.',.. i, v.ui;ji si. Miarpij iiiiii ii s-cmt.'l
a shame not l KHe him a ilni;le on II.
As for "Robbie" h sinn.lv nI-immI :it tin-
plate in his phlegmatic way and smas'icd I
me uan wnenev-r lie Telt like ll-aml he
flt like It three times. He made thr-e as
shaiji singles as the most critical expert la
Latt.ns would cire to look ujwn.
llurUell First to Score.
St. I.Ollis smirfil thw flruf rim It lha cdyn.l
Inning, and It looked for a few minutes us
If It would be it runawav ran-. Willi one
"lit. liurkt-tt waited for a b:i-e on balls and
then started to deal .second. ltouermau
had his throw ir.g arm. tied In n kn.it and
made a bad shot to necoinl. Je-se r-tarte.1
.tttaj for third and rounded that kopje :iml I
tuuihed home when Van Ilaltrm let ine ball
-.el awaj from him.
In the fourth, Dule was the first New ,
lorker to bat. Weyhlnff touched up Ills
no- with an tn-shot that had the .-p-ed
of o:ie cf Tom Sharkty's wild suing", and
Selbacli put him on -ecoml with a sacrifice. (
IJojl- alole third and in the mlx-up thirw
i'.cGraw to the (round and put hi- injured
fi; in bad -liaj-e. It seemed to "those on !
tbe stiind that lnle had dtlllratelv i
eplkfil McGraw. but the St l-ouls tblrd
bas"man wus game nough to s.iy that iu- I
Ihioj was to blamf. and, after his great
too hnd been treated. h resum-d pay. Hi
leg w.1.1 so stiff, however, that he could not
i un. and foul riles dtoppd within thirty
Jeet of him that he could not iach. Afier
the scrimmage at third Cokhr faured. (
loyIe scorfd when W-yli!mr munel JU- I
Ganii's throw of Smith's bounjer. i
in the fifth St. Louis got another run.
I.oblnvon singled. Weyhlng fann.d trying
to sacrifice, but McGraw was equal to the
emergency, and put the ball safely Into risht
held, advancing Robbie to third, whence he
tcore.1 on Heldrlck's hit.
In the sixth lnnlr.jj. New York tlfd the i
rcore. Dayle began with a hit and inlter
hojiplng around tlrst base for a few j
onds induceil Weyhlng to throw the I nil. I
Girs missed the bag by ten feet and Doyle
went to third, scoring un Klmtr Smith's !
In the ninth Inning Robinson, after a
single, distinguished hlmelf by stealing
t-cmnd. It was a desperate chance, but
RcMiip. despite his corpulency, is not slow
of foot, and he got there. But the effort
was fruitless, for the men who followed
could not bat him home.
Cardinals Win Ont.
In the tenth Heldrlck planned to put the
ball into the- Harlem River for a homer,
but overreached himself and went out. Then
Kelster hit the bail to Gleasun. It was a
nasty bounder and got away from the
"Kid," Kelster resting; safely on the Initial
bag. Donlin could not locate the sphere
and fanned. It looked dubious at this
point. Kelster stole second and Burkctt
i;ot u. base on balls. Haw-lay seeming to
lose his nerve. MeGann hit a liner over
short and Kelster trotted home. That start
ed the fun. Qulnn had blood In his optic
when he faced Hawley. He almost knocked
Hickman off his feet with a lightning bug
that tore the turf and Bnrkett and MeGann
scored. Hickman threw wide on Robinson's
grounder and Qulnn trotted heme.
In their half the New Yorks scored one
and the agony was over.
WcyhlnK's Good Work.
Weyhlng's work pleased his comrades.
For a "has been" he did very well. He won
the game, at any rate, notwithstanding
his costly errors, for the locals could never
McGraw to-day added his denial to that
of Robinson in regard to the story from
Pittsburg that he ami Robbie contemplate
quitting the team. McGraw said they had
concocted this story to embarrass him In
his relations with the St. Louis manage
ment. The attempt would not succeed, how
ever, for he Intended to remain with St.
Louis and believed the team would finish
the season in first place. The score:
AB. It. IL O. A. E.
Van Haltren. cf... 4 1 3 0 0
Doyle, lb 2 3 1 JO 0 1
Selbaih. If 4 o o 2 i) 0
"..-Kan. s 4 0 0 3 i 1
i-mlth. rf. 4 0 0 10 0
lleason. 2b , 4 0 14 4 1
Hickman. 3b -.. 3 0 13 3 1
ltowerman. c 2 0 1 2 o 2
Hawley. p . 3 0 1 0 C o
.Warner 1 1 I u i) 0
Totals 33 3 7 20 17 6
Batted for Hawlv In tenth.
An. R. II. O. A. B.
McCIraw-. 2b 5 0-1 1 1 0
Heldrlck. cf , 6 0 3 4 10
Kelster. 2b 5 10 2 2 1
Donlin. rf 4 0 0 10 0
Ilurkett. If. 3 2 110 3
Medium, lb 5 12 1110
Qulnn. s 5 1 1 7 1
Itohlnson. c.................. 1 3 2 0 0
Mng. p 5 0 114 2
Totals 12 S 12 30 13
Xew York 0 00101000 13
St. Louis 0 10010000 4 8
Summaries: Earned runs St. Louis 1. First
base on errors New York 3. St. Louis-1. Left
on bases New York 7. sit. Lml 6. liases O'i
halls OIT Hawley 3. off Wejhlng 4. Struck out
Bv Hawley 4. by Weyhlns; 2. Two-base hlt
Hickman 1. PacrMce blts-Selbach 1. Doyle 1.
Stolen bases Doyle 1. 9mlth 1. Bowermnn 1.
Ilurkett 1. Robinson t. G lesson 1. Kelster 1.
Double plays Cogan. Gleason and Doyle 2. Qulnn
and MeGann 1, WeyMnr and Qulnn 1. Hit by
pitched balls H Weyhlng 1. Umpire O'Day.
Time Two hours and thirty-five minute. At
PLAYERS MEET TO-DAY.
nttabnrK Opposes Affiliation With
Pittsburg. Pa.. June 9. "Very little of
Gompers" and "no affiliation -with any labor
organization," will be the mottoes carried
by Pittsburg: club delegates Into the meet- j
inr of tho National League players in New
Trouble Is evidently In store for some one.
Those who represent Pittsburg will fight
against organizing as a branch of the Fed
eration of Labor or any other organization.
A special from New- York to-night quotes
Fred Ely, who will head the Pirate delega
tion, as. saying:
"I am against allillatlon with any labor
organization. It may be all right to have
President Gompers of the Federation of I--bor
there to tell us how to organize, but
after wo have paid him for his advice, we
should cut loose from him entirely. Sport
and labor cannot be controlled by the same
"I am certainly much opposed to the pres
ent system of farming placr by the Na
tional League, hut the Pittsburg club dele
gales will not stand for any hasty work or
srap judgment In the New York meeting.
We will leave the meeting first."
The stand taken by the old SI. Louis
shoitstop on Gomper." Is considered signifi
cant In Pittsburg. Kly is consldcnd one of
the most Intelligent men In laseh.nll. and
his statement probably means that Goin
per. If at the meeting, will not lie there as
president of the American Federation of
Labor, hut as nn expert on organizalion to
be paid for his time.
IIROOKI.Y.N . IMTTSIiritfi .1.
McGlnnlt- Ilnil I In- 1'lrnles
Merej nil llie Wn.
Y.. June . MeGlnnltr had the
his merry t.eday. hol.llns Iheta
ills until the ninth, wh.n he al-
many more. The llroikltns lut-
l'ttlebuiKs at hi'
down to fu'Jr hiti
lmed them as manv more. The IfrciklM
led Tunnehill at r. ill. eecl.illy In the elKhlh.
The neldlng tf Williams and the tiattlni; of Jen
nings and Cross were the feature,.. Score:
C)Iev. 11 .. I is ii l)
Jf.nes. cf .. r i r o
Keeler. rf...l 1 i 0 v
Jennini;.. II i 3 9 0 u
Kellej. lf...S 14 0 1
Jl.lh.ei. t. .i 2 Z 1 V
lliws, 3b....i Z 1 2 l
I'll. a.. ..3:3 10'
1'airell. c...l 3 4 O 0
M'Uln'tj-. jp.3 0 0 3 0
lleaillll I. f I
3 T 3
1 u 1
1 1 i
0 1 S II
2 3 0 1
2 "I 5 0
t 1 1 0
Totals ...?j it z: I
.3; S 27 33 4
liruoMn 113 0 0 0 1 0-s
lMtsburg '. .) A I V V 0 W 3 J
Summarj: Karned i.inr-t:roukln . l'lttflmrg
2. Thre.j.ire hit. One. I. To-hae hits -Jennin-K
3. I'jnell 1. i'lei 1 Left .in La-s
Ilrnuklin s. l-ltt -l.ti-c . S'tru.-k out l!y M.--Clnnllr
1. Ii rr.nnh'II 1 Moten li-. Jen
1 lnB 3. IMhl.n 1. Ial 1. I!je ,m lull- l:y
ilrtlinnlty I. l Tann-hlll 4 lutible .Ia -William,
and n.li- I. lSisnl halln Zlnitirr
1. lime one !ur and f.rtli -eight minutes.
l'iliplt-tSartwtyjJ AttenJam-e, tv
IMIII. UM.I.I'UIA II. iimiwiti :i.
Ilnlin'H llemlers Did ot I'ool
l'hllsdelpiilj, June I'iuher llahu .f 1n
clnnetl Mas an Mr marl, for l'liila.l-llhia unt 1
the end of tho 1'ft'a Ipnlnn. wl.tn he was with
drawn and Xeulun substituted. Tl'e latter was
effective, but cam loo late 10 eae the game,
and Hie lo-al. .., 11 l- better allround plajlni;.
Cincinnati. t rhl.ai-l hi-.
All H.o A I- Alt tl.o A.K.
ItaiTett. cf..; 1 2 i Thorna, cf & I
iVrrirn. ..l I :41, MasK If 5 110 1
ltt-klfV. ll-.l u , u Drl't). lb.. .4 2 12 i
McBrt..p. ttA 1 1 0 0 KIMc. f 4 I i 1
i"ranrl. lf.3 2 3 0 o Mcr'J. c.4 2 2 1
Irwin. 3b....t -til n V.,l'n. SI .3 0 1 1
.vt-lirJt. 2L.4 I 1 : H I Irian, 21 -.4 3 4 3m
ivitsr, c r ; ii iU-iu-. k.... 4 i s l
llahn. 2 a n i l l. inliar.l. J : a I v
Brtlfn 1 ....
New ten, p...l 0 1 Tot a '.5 .. 31 II 27 li 1
TctaN . .32 1 24 h 2
Haltil fcr llahn In tit re--n!li.
Clnrfniiatt ii ii s I 0 C J
I'hlla.ll.h'.i 2 0 0 3 3 2" 0 . -J
Summjrv: Karned run. fin innatl X I'hlladei
phlii 6. Tuu-lan" hits s-'laitle 1. IMehanty 1.
Mcl'arlan.l I. IJoL-in I. HernhlT.l t. MrHrlde 1.
Three-bs.? Ii.ts I llrk 1 ll'ni nine C.-anfurJ
I. Stolen Idfis I'umrjn 3. XI rarlanj I. Iiele-I-antr
1. V,hertin 1. I..nlile plye ".trci--l-i.
!-tclnfl.it art I'eckb 1, Kl'fk und iv.lnn 1.
Iternl ardt. i niss and Deieliantv 1 !e-ft in I i
p-lnriti :. I'hlladelphla i. Kitst l.ae ?n bills
-lT llahn 2. ofi IKrnhurd 4 stniek i-lt llj
lialn 3. Iiv X wton 3. time Two hours. I'ln
i!ls -l.ni-le. AttetidHnee. T.i3i.
rnit'(it :. itnsTox a.
Ucaai-iitcri Cnnli: Only lilt CrlRlth
In Our- lnntnc
Uustoii. June . Ciifllth us InvlnriLle to
day etiept In the f.aatii. uli-n lt.t.n set re-1
tuo tutu jn l.ur slllKl". inie buttlllK of l.ittf
and Mirtes waa the leature Attendanie 7,.1.
llaittn i hlcas"
AH II O.A.K I .MI.IM1 Ii
Harrllfn. fS 2 3 fl ') Merte". If... 5 3 3 o 0
1'oll.tie. 21).. ; ll 1 : ill ITII.1-. Mi . i 1 ! 3 il
TeIln. lb.. S 'ill .1' H).li, if. .. 4 1 4 0 0
llfarl !f . . 3 " l i rtOreii. rf. - I 1
Init' s... . I 1 5 iiiiaiize. lb.. 3 Olol
Kreemmi. rf 4 a 4 o o, ..l.s i.r'l.. 3b. 4 1 3 1
LoV.e 3'.. ..431 3 -M nlllKlllJtl. 4 0 3 3 1
Urke. c... I I 3 , T-.am-e. c... 3 o I i a
I-Ik. p ... 4 1 1 a; tlriirith. p . I 3 u t 1
Tot.N 3i T 37 II )! Total. .3s a 27 2
r.rtHiu . il 3 ii 0 2
"hire- 3 1 3 1 n ) -
.- j 2
Smirot Karn-d run- 1'oi.ti.u 2. llii.ag.i
3 Two-bJ-e hitr -Cilftitti I. but' I. ltjan 1.
Merte I. Ho.ne run-- Mette. i. S.!ol.m ba.es
illeeti I -ili.inr. 1 Klret bi.e n tails lit
Irtl. 3. olT -.rlflth 1. III! bv pitihe.l bill -
r.am-e I. S.m!. i.U I! l.ev.l. 4. Ii? alrlmtli
7 Timf Two l..,ui a:i 1 thlrt-eleht niisu;..
InillnimiiollM M, llllmiiiUce ..
Milwaukee. June Jl ludlanapoll. platd In
lrfat l.s-k to-ilsv and won easlli liaines and
: pmks i Itched well, but the luikv hitting if the
iltors won ll.e game fcr thetn. eore:
It 11 E.
Milwauke- 0 0 10 0 10 0 0-2 n 3
Ii.ijn.n-.1N o i : u i : i-i i:
i:altetles: MIlv.-aukee Spsrk. anJ K:nl-.!i. In
uUliMpulls Ilarl es and IViWei.
ICillisils Clly i:t. Cleveland 4.
Kerisa, clly. Io.. June li. 4Tir.v. wlwni Man
r.lr.K eetured from ItutTalo jcelerday. was In the
I.jx for the home team to-dav and pitche. an
eftectlie uauie again.! Cleelanl. an.l. although
twelve Mta were se, unil iff his ileliiery. they
i re too -calter-.! t earn anything. Kerns was
lilt har.1. an.l his suppoit was imor. Attendance.
a h. e.
TCaii-us 'ity . . . t I 4 ii 0 ft .1 0 .- n t; -
Cleveland 0 o 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 4 13 L.
Halt rle..; Kanvis lt i-irsey and Wilson;
Cleveland Kerne and crishum.
UlllTlllit n, Mluueapolls O.
V.lt neapulls. Minn . Juoe . BnlTalo shut Mln
niatsilis out liedav in the flirt game of the s
itef. Ho.ker. r-lteher for ihe visitors, was a
uzsle. three tdncles und a double belnc the on!)
tits recured by Minneapolis. Hastings pitched a
4.1 od Kiime for Mlnmtslls. lluffalo plated al
icit an em-rl-s. aame. on error by cri.iks dol
ing little damage. Wllmot was ordered out of
the game In ine seventh. Werden taking his
Mace. Score: r. h. E.
Minneapolis 00000000 0-" 4" '3
Kuffalo 10200020 (1-5 I. 1
Iitterle,: Minneapolis-Hastings and Fisher;
Ei Cali Hooker and Shrsckeligost.
Chlcniro r, Detroit S.
Chicago. June 9. With the help of an error,
raiktn'i three steals an.l bv timely hitting and
three clever doubles, cnlcago down,.! Detroit
rr handily to-da. Attendance. 3,Wo. Score:
It. II. E.
CWctgo 01021100 ..J 10 0
Detroit 00010010 0-3 S 3
Uatterles: Chicago Denzer and Sugdea; De
tioll feelers and briaw.
Cms ha. Neb., June 9. Uaeball score
n it. c.
00000000 32 c 1
Denver 0 3 0 3 0 1
0 0 o s 10 1
Eler and Mc-
Batteries Hughes and Wilson
Des Moines. la.. June 9. Score:
Des Moines 3 17 0 4 0 0 4
l'ueblo 0 0 0 0 0 0 3V
Eatterles McFsrlard and Selilr;
Johnson ani Wilder.
P.. II. E.
..-H 1J 2
0- 3 i i
Sioux City. la., June . Scr:
R. II. E.
Sioux City 0 13 4 0 0 0 0 s 13 1
SI. Joseph ........) 11 0 1 O 1) 0 0 0-1 3 1
Jiatierles rarvln and Cote; Herman and K!:nc.
IllnomlnRtnn II, I'eorln 2.
Jlloomlngton. III., June 9. Jim Jeltriej anl
T,vlUnd were the umpires to-dav. anu the game
was wltnssed bv 2.5"0 people. Illoomlngtoa de
feated I'eorla without dllfiiult, outp.aing them
at all points Shortstop 1 onn'a wild throw let In
three Uloomlngtons In the sixth, and Conn was
substituted by llajer. Score:
n. II. E.
Vloomlngton 00100S30 o- i I
Peoria 02000 OU0 02 7 5
Batteries Sample and Hollies; Jan Is and Jes
sup. Odrsan il, I.exlnjston .
Odessa, Mo.. June l.Tre Odessa baseball team
defeated the Lexington team 10-day by a score
of 9 to ti.
Jacksonville II), Decntnr 8.
Jacksonville. HI., Juae 9. By IVcatur's errors
and by timely hits Jacksonville won a gcod
game to-day. The score:
It. H. E.
Jacksonville 1 0 3 14 0 0 1 .. 1 :i 7
Decatur 1 0211102 0 1 9 8
Batteries Thompson and Morris; Decatur. San
ders and Badger.
Danville 4, Trrre Hitnte 1.
Damllle, III.. June 9. The hom team defeated
the Terre Hautes tn to-day's game,
R. H. E.
Damllle OOOOAOJD 11 11 1
Terns Haute 001000 0 0 0 I 4 0
Batteries: Damtlle Pore and McOuIre: Terre
Haute Torreos and Montgomery.
Coll esc Game.
Washington, Juoe 9.-a5eorgetown t, Chicago S-
Cambridge, June 9. Harard 9. Pennsylvania L
rrlnceton, June 9. Princeton S, Yale 4.
On the Amateur Diamond.
The .Mr Line and His- Four rimed one of the
most Interesting games of the season at Pastime
PARLOR, DINING AND
mSfnany delayed shipments for our Spring
mSaWP These antl tntnt rliamntinnprl QQ nrvles
BROADWAY AND LOCUST. PRICES RIGHT! GOODS RIGHT!
IVrk esterday. The game resulted In
e, h club e roslng the n.ale four limes.
The villi iiro. will meet the C II. C. team
on the i". it, e campus Ihls afterpim nt ztvt
c:i. ITatteries: l. 11. J.. u iiourke an.l
linker: 1. Ill Iiros.. IVtts and JCclon.
i "Vih'1!,''"1 i
' . t f ." "s,r.Bi"'
'''' ."J? '-;'st
I V. . ".' ,.
llne-MeKlttnrk "as-MH tiub wm
u.uli. 1. Iks tin aitemom at
A limI l.nll ..lei.r ui.iiltl like to loin a team
In ihe lC-iear diss. Ad.lre's 11. t IJnkel. tare
William O. WHItirJ. Fourth stred and Lucas
A guo.1. all.rmin.! taytr would like lo Join a
s,trl.ief. clonal fluti. Addtefs II. V,'., Nu. 1311
fiuth Mam .trett.
Tie MoiH-rli- lirowni have organized for the
siliM.n. with the following ,...s: Can", e.;
ri'n,. ,.. sheri.kin. It b.: Ja ks, 3d b.;
Ilittel. 2.1 I... Ciier. s.; Masfrpsn. 1. f.: Ilamm.
f.: nllllng. r. f. Thev 01 en Ihe new :aik at
ICst'.l.ili.h S".iiii;. this aftern.ion with the Mexi
co.. St'i.. eluii. The team Is un.hr the nunaae-imt-t
,.r 1 w. Hlgges. Jr. Jack Phtridan will
I'mtuln II.. I,..
lhe KlLsm Atrilrfl. and the C. i C will n.av I
1 ii. iirii.upg game it ine.r fine. .11 i-aini!i
J l'il: to-da) As enti club has wiei .1 game, a
1 .atni time m.i i. exeete.l. Vrlnlon .nml llein-
ir... ...it .. t .... .... . 1
i Miu ie j ine iii (. ,11. .ii.eii. unl
AVeMhets and SVxtcn for the I'. C C".
The Marionettes defiatcsl the Manerester at
All l.l..e f. l.d, ..nill, il. iiirA h
j-Natun. x ZilH s,rin l.Ti.ns-,ll a.-cue.
Tli- Itiir i'ur IU-ImII tab t V.att M. I.ou!
nn J tlio O a; nln i-lavr-l a Rim for t Wf ft
ttiarliy la-t Suuli afti. nn t d'tin'i titiitn
Tlr l A A tt-jlil Wttl 1Imii1M Ij1I. Irtll
the lllc KtHir ih" ccmiiilrtflv cutilafii them
at ptv iwlnt tt thf paiiif. ir.iln t:dr.s lil
ilt-n.ll.l ur.iL fur ii' . Il A. tint. Mi!t.ir.r J.
I i. Mulkii:-' ij, thr l!i; IViurs aro now ifnl t
ictKitr in .mi uti iiiu. ur jhk iirii-; it-uni.
wn.i. not m:vk liitooivi.w.
llniilon snyn the C'liuiuplonn Will llr
New York. June !. llrooklyn li.iseliall
team ov.ii.rx lit ton to-day deultsl in tin
tualllled terms the story sent nut from
I'hlladelphla that the contemplated trans
ferring the llrooklns to Washington be
cause of latk of patronage.
I'MttV .JAl'lt 1IAI I.KIl DOWN.
All Comers llcfenlril KnKllslnurn nt
Cricket In Forest 1'nrU.
It Is a good thing, ma be. that the I'nlo.n
Juik Is iiutlernig in Pieloria .-amlstormL-.
It N not noutiug in St. Loin.- to-ilay. A
s.uglomeraie crnl.etlng crew, led by those
emlnet.i llleianders. Doctor A. .Munay and
V. D. Uuhinmn, imlled the l!rtt:sh ensign
from the i rlrkit club stuff and hung up Ine
uui; oi .u .sauou:. oar r.ii.i:ii.o. itisieau t
at Foiest Park yesterday. The Kngllsh- i
men were beaten at thtlr own game, most- j
1 uy tne fecolch and Americans. Ihe sole
was lvt to ,i. Doctor Murray and "lan-ione cjii bsk. lav and g.ouud. He ! a
keo" Trick won the game In the ili-st lew ' s.trnK fellow, built all the way. Lom,I
nlckef A ankee and a Scot ar- lia.d ' ,,.i h. ,,,, , ,. .,.. i,,lt not on
tu tlAii. Mr.
Trick made 2J In stil.'ti.led
.,1.. ,l....l .1 .l. I. - fc- I.. ..I
'" '" . ins I'liiu (. ii-v v
. . . ... .. . ... ". .
lemury Hocior -Munay n-vir id.i.tdt
tu his life. He always w.t. -i
steady baiter. Watenlay he hit iI.mh out!
In Kteat sli.ipe and tan up a before h-lnt;
alien leg beiore ukk-t on a very d.ulitfut
decisloil. 'Ihe ball hit Ihe leg t.'iut was tuu
In fri in.
Tim doctor nlo 1-ept wicket as t'dy as a
Dutch weman ke ps u Kitchen. He cauifit
Ihe ltevetend Mr. Duihwortli in clever stla
on a hard lull, got the dangerous Air.
Fletcher similarly, and woumi up Mr.
i-nci-B line minims wmi a siuemii.i e-ilch.
Then he slumpe.i Doctor Tanner. Jut a
ineillr.il KfuKfiu.in uux KfUhiti; lihi:-s-.f
tt(siiik all day.
-.. . s ... . '. . ..... . I
nubiiisiui mi up zj in a minn e ueioli- be-
Ing lowle.1 i.if lui, pad-. His bi nllng was
1 1 iuimen-e. Ilr tu. k elht of ten vklifi. an t
l ' w:i,i iiiiln. 1: In ifefllnir ln.ini' l.utl.t ,..mm
I tlie whket. but iu-,1 t-utside. ' Ml. Trkl; was
al-o UtllOtlUrUll In tills le-pect. file sup
port given Hie All Comers' bowlers was very I
When KoMii-oii eauuht and bovvhd
HdtclilYe. one of the ISiltons bel bats,
the game was lost to England. Th-n Clinch
mine In to do or die. He was In good form,
got his "center" und m-tde all po-lb!e
proper dlsjiosltloi! of his fori es to hold the
Spiun Koi belili id him. A fart "yorker"
from ltoblnsou c.-n!nced him that, while
his preparations were well made and his
forces in good order, the ierlmeter of the
wicket was too large to he successfully de
fended. So, he at once evacuated Ihe po
rtion and retired In disorder to the club-hou-e
Mr. Ta!or did a sweet 17 on cleve
etilB and slips. The rest were very un
Mr. l'letchir had worked so hard prepar
ing a wicket that was worthy of Lord's or
tho Oval, that he was not in best bowling
form. Messrs. UatclllTe and Duckworth
were mastered by Trick. Hoblnson and Mur
miMi'mi in inm. ivuuiii-vii d lu .,1111-
but found others easy. In all. It was
h really excellent match and one which
gave great cause for rejoicing to the Irish
and the Dutch. The score:
A. K. Wlnor. c. Price, b. Duckworth 4
J. W. Triik. run out 23
A. Murray L II. V.. luckworth
W. 1. ltUnson. b. lUtcIitT- ....
J. W. (Iren L. 11. ". lUtrlllTe...
1. Slmiison. b. Ilatclltfe
J. II. Sherldin. b. Duckworth ....
II. A. Canneid. b. IlatclllTa
J. Thornton, not out ...-
11. Duckworth, b. Kletrher
Wm llravs.n. b. Kletrher
C. W. Plscbcm. b. rletcher
V. W. llatcllffc. c. and h. Itohlnson
W. .1. Price, c. Murrar. I. Itohlnson.......
J. Fletcher c. Murray, b. Itohlnson
P. S. IbJierts, b. ltoblnon
1?. Ihipkwonh, c. Murray, b. Trick
D. linker, b. Robinson
T. Mason, run cut
I'. W. Illnch. b. Robinson
.1. Taj lor. b. Roblron
II. J. Tremajne, c. Sheridan, b. Simpson.
F. il. Wonlen. rot out
Iorir,r Tanner a. Murray, b. Robinson
POLLED HIS MJT TWICE.
SIcKeevor'a Trlcka Were? Seen anil He
. Lost the Fight.
New Ycrk, June 9. Charlie McKeever of
I'hlladelphla lost to Jimmy Handler of
Newark at the Seaside Athletic Club to
night by fouling his opponent In the sixth
round of what was to have been a twenty-llve-rnund
contest at US pounds.
McKrever, In the sixth round, struck
Handler low. Handler was hurt and
claimed a roul, which was not allowed. Mc
Keever repeated the trick and was prompt
Sini:i:Y WON YACHT RACE.
Course Wan Forty Mllra Ont From
Chicago, June 9. The annual race of the
Columbia Yacht Club from Chicago to
Michigan City. Ind.. was won by the Si
reen. which sailed Ihe distance. forty
miles. In 5 hours 51 minutes and 17 seconds.
The Sallle. the second boaL was twenty
mlnutcs later In crossing the mark. Twenty-two
boats started In the race.
The Dlaapprarlnir Can Carriage.
The system of disappearing carriages ap
pears to have originated with Colonel Mon
crieff of England, who patterned his In
vention In that country in 1864, though the
details were worked out by Sir W. G.
Armstrong & Co. Colonel Mor.crlefT
proposed that the enormous energy of. coll.
Or KICK. Ot inC gUII 111 mms tt II1CSE.UIV,
amounting to upwards of 35.000 pounds to I
the square inch-should be utlllred In bring- .
ing the gun down Into a protected position
Dcnina an eartnwora, anu ni ine
time be used in storing; up sufficient energy
to raise the gun into flrin,s position after
it had been loaded.
The "Moncrleff" mountings were so de
signed that n heavy counterpoise tended to
keep the gun in firing position. The energy
of recoil was absorbed in lifting the coun
terpoise, and a ratchet and pawl kept the
gun In ihe position to which It finally re
coiled. In operation, each time It was fired
ttas gun recoiled to the loading position, in
which it was held rntll loaded, when, on
releasing the pawl, the counterweight lifted
the gun Into the firing position, or. as It Is
termed, "in battery." G. H. Powell, In The
Engineering Magazine for June.
eremt air iiucKwonn aimo-i t.rohe i.i- leii ; 0ll,.UK. ,lf th Hjrintv und the quarter-i-K
at the start. lie was run out. tiin.iigli ni vrrv Krrltl lWltJ was B,own by
his own faun, when he was. good to m.tKu I . ..unvsler.
two, the AH comers felt thai the nulcli r,,,lr bus-l.fll V-.nies h- I ilme V r .-..I .. .?. '".1 .?". ,1""'r iooei, I'l J . ,ti
was their-. Then tho i-leady Mr. I'lelche.- j""I Z "., . ,'.' ijan, how'T. fi.r ,t I ' I Ileldtng of boll, teams was erratic at times,
went cut on a sharp -rack to lltirr.u. and Tr Per Cc"ha 1 I 's tear., biokl,,- ir-ei ! ",u-c,ail: "? ,h,e ':?". of "'t'1 if?h1- ?h?
It was a cinch. Mr. ljobirj. plav.d l.-autl- ,M'l,r,:l !''YbJ. lC,t "L l " amner JXiran-i. ",PPr,J, "nk' t,,lr crac5i Pcher. In a
ful crhket In slWe am! form le-fore Kol.ln- "an 'we hsvJ evP .,, ." 1Pm,m. V.J"5lf iW- T , , ,h .,
son irot him with a Iir break 11 u ? . . V' L-.1J- v uthb.-tes H0th Frank and Ljons. who did the snip
It was " u, ich Prettier' bitting was V'0." "' and form have been very ing for their respective team-, pitched et
"er seen Itf St iiuls than that don "bv "'"lheJ",Jr"V''U' nna MT'1" l?V" VeitaM-iy cellent ball. But Lyons came out on top.
Mr. H.dH.'r,i ' When Mr .imlrTiAl trr0u-t7vr0tU,7'lJS r,MVnm furnlshd h,ra -"tn ""1
X' VM7 .5-rtl..rK:.?n!:J "iSl.'I'C Kri'ffnSp'acl'oif'UTC "'Fra'nk. bv a., means, carried off the hon-
FINE SPORT AT
C, B. C. FIELD DAY.
Xo Ki'riiids Hrokcn, Xi randiilates
for PiiriH, but Home Fust Kiin-
tiers Just the Same.
D0WELL SHOWED GOOD SPEED.
I'L'iT.onjjin.'tli Also Displnyed Ability
to Sjirint Ktl.-on Did a Sweet
Qiiailer S. Diilicrty Can
.I'uiii'i a Itit.
Although Cliilsttan Ilrolheis College Held
Day and new campus did not turn out any
of liiosv very o:nrnon veil times for 1W)
yards, break any world's records or pro
duce a candidate for Parisian plaudits. It cer
tainly did entertain a iell crowd hugely
r.nd produce some fast and exceedingly line
athletics. That .st onr; and willing lad
game kid. too young Dowel!, could only
come within 3-; of the Interscholastlc
League hJ jards time. Lut he mnde a ilae
Impression upon tlu t)cctators and ran a
strong, game race, a bit up-grade. th"y In
sist. He did :I0 :-; oil a track which Mr.
("o. who trains the boy, says was lr)
yard", chained to the Inch with Louis Hol
la ml timing. Jlr. Holland should know how
to time. und. being a runner himself, should
net want to s'tid his bojs any too fast.
Duwell also did a sterling 130 in what
luo.ied riuiit :n. That time Is good as any-
;,...,. n...., i ',..n.., ,-.-..-
! "" 1 II llf.. 11-llUjni rtrU, ,,....-
. iiii.- lit, 4 lit ii iv riiuiMiiiK iiirut.
..9 .,..... L..t.,(..w, rlt
n-i, ,t, n,...i ,..., ,,f,riee w.ns er-il.
! t,.-, ,.,,,.i,i. rt,,' ,i, 'iMN and the wind.
..hi-i, .m... v. ...... i.-.u..n'i w.irk in
this eeiii, dnins four turns, and rut sharp
one. loo. tu two of o'Connur'H In the inter-
( scholastic at De Hodiamunt. coinpans very
favorably with au thing s-, n In these purls
for some time. Jackson displayed some
latent ul!!lt la the jumps, ai.d will .la :t
lot belter wneu he i;i-ts a Utile more work
and ixpencl ce.
s. iioiuriy v.iu co twenty teei ami o;u.r
i,,, n iA,,i i,,, i.,m. ..,v ii..wr.!i
.i,.,,!,! ,i .. Letter ,,.i.,rt n,.n i, hrw..i
UV h i
rUKti.Mi'Tnt n.'W campus the Chili-
,. ... i..u,h,r, h... e. even A thev ure not t.,
i i . z . . .:.. - ..
telch any more la.-!cs. The world cannot
bial the two recreation fields they offer
thiir b.is. The new lampus does not pus-
I n-"i Ihe lieiuty of tin- old. for 11 has net
il,,Z,hiL.,"?,., ,.. ""'ri""' ",.,. i -
1 rib. ui.iiiiii' rr-tnuu ..tr r..iiuu.i ,i. it la ..
.-. ... ...... t.v. ..:... ... ...-. j .v .; wk wit?
??., ii. " ",""" ret hlKher Ihan the nur-
T,ll.ll,l.r (.,,....1.. ..... ..., I. ....I..bl . .. .1
............f, . .... (d ,, ... .iaiKn aim
.. Ii. C. alwas can draw a crowd. De
spite many counter school attractions es
lerdny. u tine attendance saw the spurls.
It was worth u long walk and a Ilvnt
with the s'.re-t cars to see the pretty ltlsh
girls that were out lo admire Mr. J. Young
Patrick, who lias been a student at C. M.
C. sine- Hector wss a sackllng. tlce old
man said that when he attended C. H. C
Mr. Patrick was then a leading athletic
light of that noble Institution. Xow the
man has a boy gotmc to C. H. C, and
Mr. Patrick Is still there. Mr. Patrick is
to C. II. C. what Jack Dillon has been lo
St. Louis t.'nlverslty-a landmark upon
whose brow the heavy hand of time hai
not left a wrinkle. It must be a line thing
to enjoy such a long and glorious boyhood.
. . ..... . -
' a:er " 5nr?. "r ," "1".L "'.
dure forever. Oh. for a four-year rule and
a isiucemiu. ine summaries:
Mftv jard dash. senlop-N. Tldxton. won: A
Donell second; T. Tarney. third. Time. Mi -;.
On rundn-d yard dash, junior W. McXamara
won; E. Urockmejer. second; Turns third
Ono hundred ard dash. Intermediate Brown,
won; Murphy. seconJ; O. Hoover, third. Time.
On. hundred ard dash, senior J. I.-nglr.ettl.
first: T. Harney, secend. Time, :M t-S.
lnittlns slxtern.p.und shot w. Donohae.
cratch. 30 fet !) In-hes, tlrst.
High Jump-II. Jackson. S feet 3 Inches, won;
S. Doherty. I feet 3 Inches, second: J. McCarthy
3S Inches handicap. eoij Inches thlnl.
one hundred and twenty yard, hunlle S. Doher
ty scratch won: CI. Doherty. 4 jards, recond;
V. llelsaubln. 3 ard. third. Time. :1 3-5.
Throwing sixteen-pound hammer C. Donoho.
90 feet 9 inches, won; XV. Jackxn. S3 feet 7
itches, second; S. Doherty. 7s feet third.
Or" hurdred ard. championship W. Dowel!,
won: J. Ixinglnetll. second. Time. :li) i-i.
Two hundre.1 and twenty yani W. Dnwell.
won; A. Sotelle. eecond; s. Doherty. third.
Pole vault If. Jackson, scratch. feel 4 tnche.
won: L. Domengeaux. 1 Inches handicap. feet
4 Inches, second.
Four hundred and forty yard run Ii Edon.
3S ) ards. won; E. MrKee 3 janls. second; A.
Welgle. 3 j-srd. third. Time. -.13 4-S.
Throwing laseball Tebeau, won; R. J. Rlor
dan. second: W. Foley, third.
Pofato race M. Downee. won.
Half-mile run J. McCaniir. S ar!. won:
W. Jackson, recond: O. Hohertr. 3) yard, third.
One-mile walv- A. Broekrpever. rcratch. won:
W. Jackson, second: R. s. Shlernltxauer. 3
yards, third. Time. 9j 4-S.
One-mile relay race Won by scholastics from
Running l"rg Jump J. Rlordan. 30 feet 5
Inches, first: S. Doherty. i feet & liuh's. second.
JlinilfivX MF.Y WOX.
Carried OH" MnJorilj- of Tract Eentsj
Detroit. Mich.. June 9. The University of
Michigan won Ihe track und field met of
the Central Association of the Amateur
I'nlon on the Detroit Athlrtlc Club Ileld
this afternoon by the narroT margin of six
Had a Pteral Interpretation of the rules
been Insisted upon the victory would have
gone to the athletes In blue nrd white rep
resenting the Ml'wiukee Athletic Club.
The men In the .relay hud leen Instruct-d
to hold their mark until touched by 'he
men they were relieving. Nucfe. who ran
the second quirtcr fcr Michitan. left his
mark, and look a step la-kwa-t! ps his
man approached. Peter F. Murphy of Mil
waukee, protested the race, because of
this, and Referee Lylingpr dis-juallflrd Ihe
Michigan team. Captain McLean protested
lgorously, and as Mlchlsan had won by
159 yards. Mr. Murphy finally withdrew
his protist. and Keferee LyltnSer there
upon reversed his former decl'lcn Had
these five'po'nts been taken from Michlr.in
she would have lost the meet.
Admiral Dewey favored the athletes wlt.1
',..., .t .1 ,-ll V
a5i.nJ.i tv, e,.k,..
" ,l".?tf. h 5ont"!:
About l.iw pcr-
Both Michigan and Milwaukee athletic
clubs scored in every event In which they
were entered. Captain McLean of the Mich
igan team had no trouble whatever In win
ning the hurdles as he pleased. Henneman
captured fifteen of the points scored by the
athletes wearing the white and blue, taking
first In the hammer throw, shot put and
the discus throw. In the shot put he and
Slgmond of the University of Michigan tied
for first, and In the throw-oft the giant
Mllwaukeean distanced the college man by
one foot and eleven Inches.
Roy Ellis of the Detroit Athletic. Club
furnished the surprise of the sprints. He
took the 100-yard dash In line style, finish
ing well within himself, and In the rn-j-anl
event he crossed the tape a yard to the
' . grailtd. and lars. etmilirli l Mi'iimmnilut. . . . -. .1 1 f.. ..I.....I T..
Opening could not find place in our New Stores,
an tn thr hinhtxit hiririrrf l : you DON'T find what yoi
WESTERN MILITARY ACADEMY, Uppsr Alton, III.
THE 21st Annual Commencement Exercises will be held- Wednesday
morning, June the 1.3th, at half after ten o'clock. A Military Ex
hibition, consisting of Infantry, Artillery and Cavalry Drills, concluding
with a Sham Battle, will be given in the afternoon. All interested in a
complete, thorough and well-established Military School are cordially
invited to be present. Excursion rates will be in effect on all the rail
roads between St. Louis and Alton.
George D. Eaton, Secretary. Albert M. Jackson, A. M.. President.
good. Fox of Milwaukee, of whom much
J was expected, seemfd unwell and did not
cave ni.s usual speed.
Tbe pole vault was considered easy for
Dvorak. Michigan's champion vaulter. but
the soft KTotiiid proved his undoing, and the
event went to Frani of the M. A. -'.. who
also look second In the high Jump and third
In Ihe btoad jump. Hayes. Michigan's crail:
hulf-mller. had an easy thing In taking first
for his team In tnat event.
Hrydoii showed good Judgment In the mile
blcjcle race, which he placed to the credit
of the le:n.it Athletic Club.
Hosg saved the team from the West SMe
Y. M. C. A. of Chicago from a shut-out by
taking second In the mile run after a strug
gle with Fo:er of the University of Michi
gan. Following are the points scored by each
l'nrierlly of Mlchlsan. 34. Milwaukee Ath
letic nul.. 4V IHtnilt Athl.llc Clill). IS: Sodality
Athl.th- A?-uc!ulton or Milwaukee. 9. Y. M. '.'.
A. Athlrtlc Ouh of Clpcinnatl. 3. and Wes-t Sid
Y. M. A., 'hli-asi.. 3.
In ihe ara.leml.- eents the 'i-t side Ilijih
Shis.l of Mlls-iukee was ritst. with 12 points;
ll.e ILtruIt I'nli.rsllv Scrawl second, w-ith 4.
and the Ann Arlx-.r Hisli bthi-cl. third. Kclkiw
injr are tlir simmnle.:
Ilr-t. A. A. t'. event. 1M -ard. hunlle John
S McLean Cnlierslty vt llktlsan. first: Jlm
S. H..!.ln-on. I', of JI.. si cord: J. C Hole. MII
wunl.t MM-tl.: 1ul.. tl Inl. Time. :1 3-1.
lllle riir. 11. J. ,'nr. Milwaukee A. C. won.
LIm-ui throw Charles II. Henneman. Milwaa
k.e A. C. won. instance. 113 feet a'j Inches.
cl. hundre.1 and forty arils dash O. T. Teet
Il. I". i.(JI., rrcp. Time. :J2 3-3.
Pole taiilt-I-red Frantz, Milwaukee A. C,
von. He!Ki,t. pi feet S Inches.
Ore hupdred yr.I .la'h Hoy Ellis. Detroit A.
C. won. Time. -.10 3-3.
oi.e-rnlle llrcle rac Walter lirjdon. Detroit
A. C. w.m. Time. 2:11 1-5.
Tl.ronfnK Ute-n-poun.l rammer C. A, Ilenne
nen. Mllwuukee A." C. won. Distance, I3w feet 7
I'litti"?- itlen-pfcupj shot C'hirles K. l!e--ne-man.
M. A. C. Won: dUtance. SS feet II Inches;
It. J. .--lemon.!. C of it . second: C J. Tomp
kln. II. . .. tlil-d.
n-e-mlle relav tenn rsce for hlirh scho.J and
academirs Wi-t sl.1 llfrh School. Milwaukee,
won: lietrolt I'niier-lfv fciho.l. sec.nd; Ana Ar-l-.r
)ti-.i S'hovl. third. Time, tut 1-5.
Hunntiift hlifti J-imi ln.urnov of the ITrlver
slly of Mirhntan. first: hv'Kht. J feet 10 Inches;
Sird Knnz. JI. A. '. ond: Fred Daxte-. Y.
. '. A Athletic 1ul of Cincinnati, thlrd.
Mlle relav raie-1. of M.. llret: Sodality Ath
letic Aseiatl(.n of Milwaukee, second, and M.
A c. third. Time. 13..
ST. laOlIS r. HKT HIGH.
Pitcher Frank Wan Illy Supported,
hut Performed Very Creditably.
At the Pastime Field yesterday afternoon
St. I.otils University baseball team met
Hlxh School. St. Louis Fnlverslty adminis
tered a rather tuli-heuvv defeat to their op-
uiients by a score of 14 to 7. A medium-
a!zd crowd witnessed the contest and ti"
rooters from loth schools were io ax an
T. . . ; . m .
tlmid In using their vocal organs ine .air
A ... ,... M . Ptirf filial III! IfTlI 1
9tlft and elVrt lnltt , applauding their fa-
ors of the day. His pitching, hitting and
stealing of bases displayed professional
ability. Kohinsxjn ana i-ranK eacn pui a.
home run to their credit, while Donohue
carried off the butting and fielding honors
for the 'varsity.
The 'varsity boys put up a rattling good
game from start to finish, and obtained a
lead in the first three Innings which High
could not overcome.
High went up in the air in the third In
ning, allowing Captain McDowell's team to
scute five runs. After this, however, the
team settled down and the 'varsity lads
recured onlv seven runs In the remaining six
Innings. The university boys nlso had an
off Inning In the last half of the fifth and
permitted the High School aggregation to
score four runs. A glance at the official
score below will show how the 'varsity team
triumphed over the ited and the Black. The
ST. L. r.
AH. R. II. O. A. E.
lie Lain. !b & 1 1 3 3 1
McDowell, e C 3 3 1 o
.spucer. rf 2 t 0 0 1
lM.ichue. 3 2 3 3 1
Lxrs. lb 1 u 0 3 v
sun mershach. If 3 3 110 0
Orece. cf 4 10 2 0 0
Perrlngton. 2h 3 110 4 0
Carroll, p 4 l t II Jtt
Totals 43 14 10 27 14 3
AH. IC 11. O. A. E.
Cook, tb i o ii 3 S 3
Berklev. 3b 3 3 ii I a
Kaln. 4 I 1 3 3
Frank, v 4 12 0 2k
Maule. c I 0 1 1 l
Kan.Iall. lb i t l ii 11 "
KcKson. It 4 I 2 0 0 u
llfrtlg. If 3 1 1 i u
Ermine, rf 4 10 0 0 2
Ttal S 7 7 27 14 9
St. L F 1 1 0 0 .1 0 3 314
High Svhool 0001140 0 1 2 7
I-jirned runs St. L. F. 4. Hlxh S-hool 3. Two-
r.e hit.. MclAin L Three.ft.ise hits Carroll 1,
Maulc. I. Home run Frank I. ttoblson I. I"as.ed
halls Maule 2. Wild pitches Lyons t. Bases on
bi,"e Oft Frank I. off Lvons . lilt bv pitched
balls By Frank 3. nick out-Br Frank . by
I.vi.ns 3. Left en bases Hlrh School 9, St. L U.
9. Umpires Dunn and Atkins.
" XEWSPAPEH TEAMS TO PLAY.
Glolie-Demoerata and Republics to
Meet at Lea cue Park.
A match game of baseball will be rled this
muring at I" or:ix-k hetween Icann represent
1ns the O lob-Democrat and Republic at league
earx. ine learns win un- up ai lunurp;
Oli.le-Democrats. Positions. Ilerulrllcs.
W ilauk Catcher kelson
Ix-well Pltiher lllley
Urubb First base IMnkgrave
Harris ... Second base ii-andurand
Muiray Shortstop Codl.ngton
IMtram Tnird b""e ...Kyin
1 ewis .-. Left fic.d Cudmore
Jotmron Center Held Hnoc
Tbco. Ilauk.... Right field White
TAYLOR TALKS OF YARDOX.
Ilia Own Victory Good for Other Golf
SPECIAL BY CABLE.
Loidon, June 9. (Copyrlgl)t. IDOO. by W. 17.
Hearst.) J. H. Taylor, who won the golf
championship hy defeating Vardon. said to
your correspondent yesterday In Edinburgh:
"There Is not a finer fellow In the world
tham-Harrv Vardon. yet I am not exactly
sorry that I beat him. You see. Vardon has
had such a rJn of victories, one after an
other, that the other professionals were
falling Into the background somewhat. Peo
ple were getting to think that Vardon was
the nnlv man who could play golf. The fact
that I won will dispel this and give other ;
good ones a chance, -mere are picniy oi
brilliant professionals playing.
"It has been said that Vardon s long tour
In America, playing on bad links against
weaker opponents, may have put him off a
bit but I cannot hazard an opinion, for the
simple reason that since Vardon arrived at
St. Andrews I have not seen him play from
tee to hole. I have watched him drive and
putting once or twice, but have never wit
nessed him play hole right out.
"When I won the championship fouryeirs
ago. my average was SC'i. My-average this
time was Tl'i: Vardon'3 was 79-U. so that,
whilo I Improved in my game, Vardon was
better than when I won last. I have made
no arrangements about going to America;
In fact, I have not teen consulted as yet."
Great Interest Is centered In the nn-usl picnic
and sports of the Ancient Order of Hibernians,
Monday A. M.?
Fourth and Locust
WA7.T. VISIT NEW STORES.
SEE IF NOT SO!
Mr. Hennlng W. Prsntls." ITlnclpal HcJsen,
Scl 00!. at Anclior Hall. Jefferson and Park av-;
letenteen'.h jtai; nine weeks; Monday. June 1J.
.luch tiVe Ufr it Sun Jay at the Fair
(JicbiiU. The CninitttP en Hporta has arranKed
an fatrfilfnt ichlule of races.
Athletes from all xarti ,t tr. Stat?, an1 from
Chlcasti an.l othr utiU! rolnt hare pntrerl.
and tl.p flnHhes xlve l.rpmls- of l-finp close and
fXcUlnp. The star ever:, a uujI. N tho 1.0
jard da-h. and while thl ent In xia-t yart
J... iron the mou Intfretinc. the vpKtatora
villi nltnefs in this ear's race the most excttln?
efrf St. en.
'ie atonlhlnkT time made by Smith Acad
m'H younp liver, Ilardfn Curd, at the mrt at
lastl-T:e Grctinds last week ha jreatly sUrrt-d
t.p the knights of the cinder path hereabout.
ar.I r.o ler thin twenty eln'on-rnres will bow
1 4 fore Mr. Curd when the atarter calls, All cut
ior ir.e I'w-yjra iaen.
AVhai wilt make the race more lntereMlnr fa
the fart that "Flyer" Maloney, th crack CtJ
chko fprlntr. ha decided to corae down antl
tie up with youn Curd.
J oil n J. o Conner pays that ail strlVInjc atrtet
car ir.en can coroe Into the Fair Grounds free.
spECEirs noon suiootixg.
Younc Illlnolsnn Itaa Done Fins
Work nt Hie Trnp This) Seaann.
Onu of the mest promising shots in this
section of the country 13 Carle Spcnccc
Who last week broke the amateur record
as a pigeon shot, making 117 straight
of this city, a well-known member of tha
Missouri State Game and Fish Protective
Association. His record during the
spring has been phenomenal. He brok
the amateur record for straight kills, gain
ing second place in the two most Important
shoots held In the West The Republic Cup
and the Sportsmen'3 Review Cup. In tha
latter contest tied up wltii EIliotL the
longtime champion of tho world, ani
forced him to kill 100 birds straight in or
der to win the cup. The contest between
the two was the prettiest ever seen In this
section of the country, as both men killed
bird after bird beyond the stated limit ot
twenty-live, which constitute! the series.
Spencer hit his eighty-fifth bird hard with,
both barrels, but the pigeon managed to
cross the boundary-, where he dropped dead.
He shot out the series ot twenty-live birds,
however, and gave Elliott a contest ruch as
he had never had before, the final rcore
standing ICO to 99.
Spencer won the amateur championship
of Illinois In 1S9L when onlv II vears of
nge. He also won first place in the State
shoot at IndlanipoIIs In both S93 and 1E94.
shooting against both amateurs and pro
fessionals. He made a record during tho
past w.ek of 105 straight kills, which is
far ahead of the atnateur record hereto
fore, which amounted to only fifty-eight or
fifty-nine. During the past week he also
wrs a member of the victo'Ious St. Louis
tenm -srhlch defeated tho Eelleville team,
his mates on the local team being Blake.
Pendersast". Kllng and Do-tor Clark. Th"
content was at twenty-five birds, and Spen
cer was tho only man of the ten to kill
the twfntv-flve strulehf. He Is " v-enr
of age. and came to this cllv'-from Bunker
mil. in., about twoyears ago.
International Chess Play.
. PsrK June 9. Plar In the International chsl
Tournament was resume! to-day. when three
garoe-.. which had resulted In draws In previous
rounds, had to ! replasod.
The u'ual djn.rnment was made late In thn
afternoon, when Rosen had lieaten Sterling,
wllle th ether two games were adjourned In
Yvlen plav we given mer for the day Schlech-
ee and Marshall bad drawn, while the. gam
litv-ten Showaltfr and Mason was again ad
Imrr.ed In a position muih In favor of Showal-le-
Schlechter and Marshall having drawn
twice, now resister on-half point each for ths
cvs- forrn How line Iternrit.
Dubcnne Is. June s.-Te state bowling ree-o-d
was again broken here to-iiv bv Attorney
II. B. Smith of :hl cltv with a seorei of 2s4.
'i he highest previous recunl was 217. made by
Oecrs Schreimr iw l das ago.
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