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/ 2 THE OMAtU DAILY | ? | iKE : - SUNDAY , 1 , 180-1.
Omaha Finds tittlo Trouble in Taking An
other" from the Athenians.
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011 } IT ALL WITH THEIR LITTLE BATS
Mr. Cnpllngcr J'omi.lod Until Ha Wai Al-
inont nil tfnrrcngiilziililn Itnimlnft I'D *
drora JInl p Thrpp Illtfi In Olio in
ning l.lnroln In tliu
Omaha , 20 ; Jacksonville , 11.
Lincoln , 11 : Qulncy , 1.
Peorln , " ! ; HI. Joseph , 2.
Rock Island , 8 ; DCS Molncs , 3.
Philadelphia , 13 ! Louisville , C.
Clhclnmttl , 12 ; AVashlnglon , 0.
Ht , Louis , 10 ; Boston , 9.
Baltimore , G ; Cleveland , 3.
PlUsburpr , 10 ; Brooklyn , C.
Minneapolis , 11 ; Sioux City , 9.
Toledo. 9 ; Grand Rapids , 3.
Detroit. 11 ; Indianapolis , 10.
Kansas City , 14 ; Milwaukee , 13.
Solenco says that the whole world U mak
ing up to the fact that better times ore com
ing. It does not go so far , however , as
to state that the perfect man will come with
the twentieth century , but It docs assert
that In the twentieth century man will approach
preach perfection much more nearly than
ho docs now. Improvement comes at a
geometrical ratio , Juat as deterioration docs.
"When the Greeks and Romans began to
fall they went down with a devastating
rush that would have carried them Into ob
livion had they not left their books and
their monuments behind thcjii. Now
science says the man of today Is going up
with that same devastating rush , and that
It will carry him far beyond any point
dreamed of In the past. But it would bo
a herculean task to make Con Strothors
believe this. Con is the captain of the Jack
sonville ball team , and he says he knows
nlno young men who may approach the per-
led * monkey sometime during the twentieth
century , but the perfect man , never. He
wns sitting on the bench In the shade of
Judge Lake's cane yesterday afternoon when
h said till ) , and as the fatal words fell
from his ruby lips , tears big as turnips
droppnd from his dove-like eyes. Tfie fifth
Inning was Just over and Con had fallen In
his seat like a hod full of mud. He said
another scene like that would drive him to
drinking cod liver oil.
SOME THINGS THAT ARE PAST.
And I do not blame Connie , for It was
ono of the moit startling spectacles of tlio
ago. From nn Omaha standpoint , It was
r grand and picturesque. It was like the
first watermelon of the season , red , luscious
i and Juicy. .
If you enjoy noise ; if you revel In behold-
4 Ing grca't , strong men boring tunnels through
the summfir atmosphere ; If you delight In
seeing a slender young man , with a blood-
1 pudding for a face , pounded until his tongue
lulngs out ; or If It pleases you to see a mob
ot black-clad athletes
playing rlng-a-round-
' ' tt-rqsy In the field , you missed It by not
" Wing at the CharlC3 Street park yesterday
afternoon.
If you consider It the refinement of
ecstacy , a subtle Joy , to witness the enemies
" " of the Rourke family gnaw knot-holes in
the fenoa and cha.se each other In mad
l ! ' . _ _
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CMIAJIA 31HK.
over , tlio yelvotjmvarJ , ( lie grandest
opportunity o ( your existence passed Into
the rapacious maw ot the past yesterday
'
It you Lave' over had an Introduction to
Constantme fftrofhers , the pernonage nlluded
to In a previous paraRraph , and had an
opportunity ( o study the capacity ot the
orlflco under his note , you can form some
sort ot an ( < tcn how he romped up to young
Mr , Cofillnger fitter that spectacular Inning
before referred to and emptied a barrel erne
no of hot , passionate oratory Into his dli *
tended iitlrlculars , If you have over watched
a drunlceri sailor endeavoring to cough up
a cigar which he had' swallowed In hi *
hilarious excitement , you can Imagine Jud
Smith , once of Cincinnati , telling Fatty
Cllno that he didn't know a foul ball from a
calf'a liver.
Hut to got Into the details. If you have
ever b9cn at n match race between two
boiler factories , you may gather a t'.ny wave
of the Vast sound that jwclled In the park
yesterday afternoon until the fences bulged
during' th.tt momnrablc epoch wrapped up In
yesterday's fifth Inning.
You sec Jt wuz like dls. Derc was tree of us ,
ami Skinny had a knife. In the fourth the
Hourke family placed three tallies , among
I other cholca bric-a-brac , where they would
> keep dry and out of the way of moths.
Hut Connie's men , as yet , didn't know what
a run tasted like.
HOW IT ALL , HAPPENED.
Then Captain Mac ordered the gates
nailed up , so the Jax couldn't escape , and
ramming n few choice words Into 1'edroes *
ear , lie pushed him gently to the plate , and
the first hall Mr. Ccplinger liberated from
hli .feverish grasp he belted In the ribs
for a single. Papa Hill then flitted to the
pan like a tender , fragile blossom from the
lurzy dingle torn. _ Ho pasted hln melting
orbs on the sphere , then rammed his sap
ling do\\n Its gullet. It descried a fiery
shriek In the ethereal as It flew Into the
right garden.Vlth great deliberation Papa
tore to llrst. Then Paddy Hoyle made hli
debut and swatted the pig's cuticle out Into
the east. It was a two-bag swat , and both
Peddle and Pa swiftly glotle home. Boxy
walked , but the venerable sage of Indianap
olis knocked three or four kinds of stufllii'
out oT n curve , and Hilly Moran did likewise.
Captain Mac was too tired to wield his tree ,
and Coppy papered him to flrit. Kid Kear
basted the ball far to the southwest , where
the summer cloudlets , gold and silver tipped ,
seemed to float like cockroaches In a pan
of milk , and ho stopped for luncheon on
third. Then Munyun muttered something to
himself and Interfered with the sphere long
enough to reach first. Pcdroes welted her
a second time , and so did Pa and Moran
and MoVoy , and yea , even Pcdroes , a third
tlmo ! Think of that , ye flsh and little gods !
three safe punches In a slnglo Inning !
IT WAS ALL OVER.
night hero you should hava seen Connie
Connie Strothers.- With noitrlls dilated
llko the cowcatcher on an engine and with
his eyes hanging llko a couple of chestnuts
on his cheek , he had been watching the
Uourkcs stuff the late June day with balls
until It looked llko a vast polka-dotted
blanket ; had seen Uourke utter Ilourko
lean up against Mr. Copllnger until he re
sembled a piece of moist twine dangling out
of space , but when he saw thot fourteenth
tally lope like a gay gazelle over the plate
ho wrinkled up his neck , wave'd hist ears ,
and walking up to Mr. Copllnger , blew him
on' to the bench. Then Mr. Bmerlcko ex
ercised his porcelain arm for a few mo
ments , and the Hourkes retired from sheer
exhaustion ,
It matters llttlo what clsa happened during
tlio afternoon , not even in the .teventh in
ning , when the Jax cut n little hay them
selves. Boxy was fatigued , and as White-
hill came cut ot the , barn he walked back
to the bench and surrendered himself to
the Influence of the hour. From the brassy
sky and the rubescent visages of the other
Rourkoa he gazed longingly. From the
depth of hli heart , with the bleeding , pulse
less and "mangled Copllnger , rose renewed
Inspiration and determination. They knew
despite their straightened curves and
wrecked hppes that they were yet one with
the Almighty , that they yet lived and could
draw their salaries.
The score :
QMAJIA.
AB. R. in. SH. SB. PO. A. B.
Seery , m. ' .
Moraii" , rf./ . .
MoVw , lb. . . . G 3 3 0 1 ,8 0 0
Fear , c . . .6
'Munyun ' , * 2b. . 6 1 3 ' 0 .3 4. a 0
Pedroes , If. . . .
Rourke. 31) . . . ' '
Boyle , sa .
Boxcndale , p.
Whltehll ) , p. . 1 0 0 0 , 0 0 0 0
Totals , . . .52 20 2T 1 1 27 18 1
JACKSONVILLE.
AB. R. IB. SH. SB. PO. A. E.
Letcher , rf&p
Smith. 3b .
StrauBB , in. . .5 1 1 0 0 4 t ) 1
Strothers. lb.
Grotty , 2b. . . . -
Deveney , KB , . 5 1.1 0 0 3 2 3
Burrls. If , , . . . .
Snyder , p . 5 I l 0 o 3 1 1
Copllnger , p. .
Km'ke ; p&rf. ,
Belt , lb . ,
Totals . . . .U 11 10 0 0 27 17 "ft
Omaha. . , . 0 0 0 3 14 0 0 0 3-2ti
Jacksonville . 0 0 0 0 3 7 0 0 1 11
Earned runs : Omaha , D ; Jacksonville , 5.
Two-base hlta : Scery 2 , Fear 1 , Pedroes 1 ,
Rourke 1 , Boyle 3 , Letcher 1 , Smith I ,
Strothers 2. Snyder 1. Three-baso hits :
Moran 1. Bases on balls : By Boxendalc ,
1 ; by Whltehlll. 1 : by Copllnger , G ; by Em-
merke , 2 : by Letchcr , 3. Buses given for
hitting batter : By Boxcndale , 1 ; by
Letcher , 1. Passed balls : Snyder , 1. Wild
pitches , Boxcndalo , 1. Struck oyt : By
Boxendalo , 3 ; by Letcher , 1. Tlmo : Two
hours nnd twenty minutes. Umpire : Cllne.
Lincoln Tuliua tliu Lrail Again.
LINCOLN , June 30. ( Special Telegram to
The Bee. ) The Qulncys were badly beaten
by the Pirates today , putting Lincoln In
first place. The visitors ) put up a locky
gnmc In the Held and jabbed In a bit of
Htupld plnylntf Just when it was most re
quired. McOrcevy was hit hard nnd was
replaced In the eighth by Brodeilclc. John
son pitched hla usual steady gumc , which
meaiiB he simply played horse with the
Qulncys. Score :
Lincoln . 12020360 0-H
Qulncy . 100010100 3
Hits : Lincoln , II ; Qulncy. 8. ErrorS : Lin
coln , 2 ; Qulncy , 1) ) . ICained inns : Lincoln ,
2 ; Qulncy , 1. Two-bane lilta : Spoor , 2 ;
Woods , Krehmeyer , Buchtold. Throe-base
hits : McCarthy , Pcqulgnoy , McOreevy.
Struck out : By Johnson , 3 ; by , McQreovy ,
2. Wild pitches ; McOreevy. Passed balls ;
M. Johnson. Buses tin balls : Off Johnson ,
1 ; oft McOreevy , 4. Batterlea : Johnson and
Spf-cr ; McOreovy , Broderlck and M. John
son.
Olstlltiiri Do It
ST. JOSEPH , Mo. . June 30.-Speclnl ( Tele-
grum to TheBee. . ) St. Joseph went down
a Hccond tlmo before Peorla today by a
score of 7 > to 2. Umpire Ward was even
more rank thnn on the previous day In bis
decisions. Packard knocked n ball over the
fence fully ten feet outside thp foul line ,
but Ward called It a fair ball. This gave
the lionu * team one of Its two runs. Score :
St. Joseph . 10001000 0-2
1'oorla . 10100023 * 7
Hits : St. Joseph , 2 ; Peorla , 7. Errors :
Bt. Joseph , 4. learned runs : St. Joseph , Ii
Peorla , 2 , Two-base hlta : Uelehanty , Shaf
fer. Struck out : By Packard , 5 ; by Flgge-
meyer , S. Based on balls : Oft 1'nckard , S ;
off Flggemoycr. 6. Hit by pltctier : Purvis.
First on errors : Peorla , 2. Left on b&scs :
St. Joseph , 5 ; Peorla. 6. Double plays ;
Dolohnnty to Purvis. Wild pitches : Pack-
aid. Time : Ono hour nnd forty minutes.
Utnplror Ward. Batteries : Packard and
McFuiland ; Flggomeyer nnd Terrlen.
AndroiT * WIK n I'uzzlo.
DEB MOINES. Juno 30.-Speclnl ( Tele
gram to The Bee. ) DCS Molnen was unable
to tlild 'Andrews today , while the Twin
Cltya almost pounded aragg out of the
box. Score :
DCS Mollies . , . 00110001 0-3
Rock Island. , . . . . . . . 00021308 * 3
Earned ruim : Pea Mollies , 1 ; Roclc
Inland , 6. Two-base hlta ; Uwcency and
Kutz. Double tiliiyH ! Ues Molnes , 1.
Bason on balls : By Grngg , 3 ; by Andrews ,
7. Hit by pitched ball : By Andrews , 1.
Struck out : By Oragg , 3. Passed balls :
Jones , 1. Tlmo : Two hours und ten mln-
utes. Umpire : Ready. Attendance , COO.
of tlio Tciiiui.
Played. Won. Lost. Pr.Ct.
Lincoln . . . . . . 18 23 20 58,3
Bt. Joseph . 49 23 21 67.1
Rock Island. . . 48 27 21 66.3
Omaha . . . . . . . . 48 26 22 51.2
Jacksonville . , , 43 26 22 51.2
Peorla . . . . . . 49 2 25 49.0
DCS Molnes. i . 49 23 27 44.9
Qtllncy . , . 49 U SO 26.6
Hooy Win * Aguln.
HOLLYWOOD , N. J. , Juno 30.-The Holly
wood Futurity stakes and cupa were today
( or the third tme | won by Fred Hoey. he
bavins killed twenty-two straight out of
twenty.live birds , He won the cup In 1S3.S
und 1891.
Mlkn Uuyer'i Uoilly Plunge.
Ni\V YORK. Juno S0.-Tho Evening
World says thnt M. W. Dwycr lost $30.000
on lila lioraq Btonciu-ll. Correction won the
race.
MASSACRED THE MAROONS
Y , II , 0. A. Team Walks All Over the Anm-
tour AggregaUonJiroin Couiicil Bluffs.
NEITHER TEAM PLAYED GOOD BASE DALL
AVork of the Ctitrliora iMpsrlnlljr 1'onr ,
U'lillo the ricldlng'-of-'tbo I'rohlbt-
tlou Hit Um Had All Through
Kcoro of u Unity ( liiino.
The Council muffs Marooiia lost their second
end game to the Young Men's Christian as
sociation aggregation , but the vlctora can
scarcely bo said to deserve any credit for
their success. It was without exception the
worst exhibition that lias been 'given In
Omaha this season. The only redeeming
feature was Jelen's phenomenal pitching.
He held the Prohibitionists down to nine
hits and struck out ten men , notwithstand
ing the fact that his support was of the
yellow order. Abbott Seemed unable to stop
a ball and missed no less than three third
strikes.
The Christians won the game In the second
end Inning , when they scored nine times on
five hits , two bases on balls , two errors ,
two passed balls and a wild pitch. Who
wants to know anything more about such
ball playing as that ? Hut that wasn't the
worst of It. In the eighth Inning the Ma
roons slrriply threw the ball around the diamond
mend and lot the Christians score as they
pleased. Taylor had been put behind the
bat , and with the bases full ho stood back
by tlio grand stand and allowed a man to
run In every tlmo the ball was pitched.
Captain Abbott very correctly refused to
continue that sort of a game , and the game
was called after six Christians had crossed
the plato and no ono out. Further details
of the contest would bo > os harrowing to the
soul ot the true base ball enthusiast as It
was to the small crowd of spectators who
witnessed the force. Score :
Y. M. C. A. .
AB. R. IB. PO. A. E.
Crawford , 2b & o 5
Abbott , c & 2b
McKelvey. 3b G 4 2 0 1 0
Jefferls , lb _ C 2 4 G 0 1
Murquette , rf
Robinson , m
Jelen , p 5 1 3 0 1 0
Fowler , If 1 4 . J. 3 0 0
Trail , as J 2 2
Totals : 42 22 ' 20 21 8 4
COUNCIL BLUFFS.
AB. R. IB. PO. A. E.
Shaffer. If ,
Taylor , 3b & o
Fyock , Ib J 0 0 10 1 0
Banks , 2b
Hulk , rf
Crelghton , o & 3b
Ely. S3. . . .
Miller , p & 3b J 1 2 0 4 1
Beals , in
Burns , 3b & y
Totals 33 9 7 21 15 10
Y. M. C. A 1912012 G-22
Council Bluffs.0 310032 * 9
Earned runs : Y. M. C. A. , C : Council
Bluffs , 2. Base on balls : ' Off Jelen , 3 ; oft
Miller , 3. Hit by pitcher : By Miller. 2.
Stiuck out : By Jelen , 10 ; by Miller , 3. Wild
pitches : By Miller , 2. Two-base lilts :
Alaniuette. Jcfferls. Three-base . hits :
Jelen , Miller. Passed balls : By Abbott ,
4 ; by Crelghton. 2. Time : Two hours.
Umpire : Spud Farrlsh.
- IVKSTKKN CKAUUli OASIIiS.
Millers Jump Onto Mr. Ciinnlnglinhi of
Moux City with Crent Vigor.
MINNEAPOLIS , June 30. Good , hard lilt-
ling won the game for Minneapolis today.
Score :
Minneapolis 20340300 0-11
Sioux City 0 00030303 9
Hits : Minneapolis. 19 : Sioux City , 13. Er
rors : Minneapolis , ,3 ; Sioux City.3. . Earned
runs : Minneapolis , p ; Sioux City , 7. Two-
base hits : , Hlnes , , AVorden.Mc.Cauley , Homo
runs ! Cr6.oks. 2 ; Wdrden , Cftmp , Krftus , 2.
Double plays ! Crooks to werdenr Wilson
to'Crooks to Werdort ; Hulen to Cross to
AVerden ; Stewart to McCauley. Struck dut :
By Frazcr. 2 ; by Cunningham , 2. Time :
Two hours. Umpire : Kcrlns. Batteries :
Frazer , Parvln and Burrel ; Cunningham
and Kraus.
Toledo AA'lm n Close Game.
TOLEDO , Juno SO. Both teams batted
hard today and It was 'nobody'.s game until
both sides were out In the ninth. Score :
Toledo 102011130-9
Grand Rapids 120130011 8
Hits : Toledo , G ; Grand Rapids , 14. Errors :
Toledo , 2 ; Grand Hnplds , 4. Earned runs :
Toledo , 6 ; Grand Rapids , 6. StrUck out :
By Hughey , S. Home runs : Hatficld. Three-
base hits : Gllks , Miller. AVheelock. Car
rol. Two-base hits : Gllks , Miller. Parkef ,
AVrlght , Carrel , George. Double plays :
Plnckney to Wheelock ; Callopy to AVheo-
lock to Caruthers ; Cullopy to Spies to
Canithera ; Plnckney to Caruthers. Time :
Two Jiours and ) ten minutes. Umpires
Bakci' . Batteries : Hughey nnd Summers ;
Parker nnd Spies.
Took iin Extra Inning.
DETROIT , June 30. The Creams won In
the tenth Inning through the wlldness of
Donnelly. Score :
Detroit 1-11
Indianapolis . . . . 0-10
Base hits : Detroit , 14. Indianapolis , 2.
Errors : Detroit , 2 ; Indianapolis , 2. Earned
runs : Detroit , 2 ; Indianapolis , 2. Two-
base lilts : Dungan 2 , Everett , Manassau ,
Raymond 2 , Motz , Mills. Donnelly. Three-
base hits : ' Henry. Home rung ; . Motz ,
Dalrymple. Double plays : Mills , Shields
nnd Motz. Struck out : By Donnelly , I.
Time : Two hours and fifteen minutes.
Umpire ! McDonald. Batteries : Pears ,
Bali and Jantzcni Donnelly ami WcstlaKe.
All Clmrsud to Clliicmnn.
MILAA'AUKEE , Junp 30-Mllwaukyo lost
the game In the second Inning on emits by
Cllngman. Score :
Milwaukee 4010102 t J 13
Kansas City 1 G 0 2 0 4 0 ' 0 2-14
Basie hits : Milwaukee , 13 : Kansas City ,
13. Errors : Milwaukee , 8 ; Kansas City. 1.
Earned runs : Milwaukee , 10 ; Kansas City ,
3. Two-base lilts : Nlles 2. AVIttrock , Luty ,
AValsh , Cnrr , Stevens. Three-base hits :
Newman , Wit track 2 , Luby , Carr , Stevens 2.
Homo runs : KkuiHmun. Double plays :
Klausman to Sharp. Struck out : By
Daniels , 1. Time : Two hours nnd thirty
minutes. Umpire : Sheridan. Batteries ;
Stevens and Lobnmn ; Daniels and Donahue.
Standing of tliu TtMimi.
Played. AA'on. Lost. Pr.Ct.
Sioux City 51 39 12 76.5
Minneapolis . . . .i. . . 63 32 21 GO.4
Toledo G3 81 22 58.6
Kansas City 52 29 23 65.8
Grand Rapids 57 21 33 42.1
Indianapolis 55 23 32 41.8
Detroit 53 19 31 35.8
Milwaukee 41 12 32 27,3
NATIONAL , I.KAOUIS UAAIK I.
rhllllcs To ho n Hatting Strruk nml Put .Mr.
niriiofoo of I.oulsTlllo Out.
LOUISA'ILLE , Juno 30. The Phillies tp-
day knocked Menefeo out of the box. Pep
per , Louisville's new pitcher , was put Into
the box In the fifth Inning and did fairly
well. Score :
Louisville 3 03000000 6
Philadelphia 13332100 13
Hits : Louisville , 11 : Philadelphia , 14. Er
rors : Louisville. 6 ; Philadelphia , 2. Earned
runs : Louisville , 1 : .Philadelphia , 4. Struck
out : By Menefeo. 2 ; by Weyjilng. ,4 , Three-
base bus : Clark. Twp-buso hits : , Buck
ley , Hallman , Thompson , Cross. Double
plays : Richardson to O'Rourke. Umpire :
Gamiey. Time : Two hours nnd live min
utes. Batteries : Menefce , Pepper and Grim ;
AVoyhlng nnd Buckley. .
Cnmnilo Kitt 'Um All.
CINCINNATI , Juno 30.-Ciclnna.tl made
It three straight from Washington this
afternoon. Score :
Cincinnati 0010014C ' -12
AA'nshlngton 0 00000000 Q
Hits : Cincinnati , 6 : Washington. 15. Er
rors : AV'oshlngton , 10 , Earned runs ; Cin
cinnati , 10. Two-base hits : Vaughn , Hey ,
Holland. Homo runs : Canavan. Double
plays : Latham to Mcl'heo to Vaughn.
Struck out : By Parrutt , l ; by Mercer , 1.
Time : Two hours and nineteen minutes.
Umpire : Emslle. Batteries : Pnirott , Tan-
nehlll and Murphy ; Mercer and Dur.'lule.
Fred Often Mnke * "Km.
ST. LOUIS , Juno 30 , The Browns won
the last game of the series with Boston
mainly on account of the brilliant left hand
atop and throw of Ely. Bcoro :
Ht. LoulH 104000CO 0 10
Boston 1 03020030 9
Hlta : St. Louis , 15 ; Boston. 16. Errors ;
St. Loula , 3 ; Boston , C. Earned runs : St.
Louis , 5 ; Boston , G. Two-base hits ? D6wd ,
Connor , I.owe , Qulnn. Three-base hits :
StlvettD , Miller , Tucker. Home rum : Frank.
Double playsi Qulnn to Connor : Time ;
Two bourn nnd. thirty tnlntitcn. umpire )
Hunt. ilfpfMClnrlcnon nnd PelU ;
StlvcttB , GnnJUlWrid Lpvett.
T yjp Hiiro It Lout.
CLiI3V13T.uW itfiino 50.r-Tlie home team's
errors were .npntly nnd lost the game.
' " ' "
Bcoro :
Cleveland . . , . " . . ? , . . 1 ft 1 0 0 0 0 0 1-3
Baltimore . . . ' \ . . 10010120 0-C
Hits : ripvelinii ) . 0 ; Baltimore , 10. Errors :
Cleveland , 3 ; ' ( iaUlniore. 3. Earned run-i :
Cleveland , 2 ; Itnltlmortr , 2. Struck out : By
Young. 4 ; by $ rtMi , 4. Home runs : Brodle.
Two-base hits. IJurkclt , Brouthers. Throc-
Imso hits : < > M < ) n , Brodle. Double plays :
Chlhls to McCKran io Xebpau : Chllds to
Tcbenu. TlmA One hour am ) forty-five
minutes , t'mrimrt Stifgc. Batteries : Young
nnd dimmer ; l\\\W \ \ andClarke. .
Ilrldi < gr < ftuu4 Didn't lilt Knongli.
PlTTSBtma.nJiind JO. The feature of
today's game was the pitching of Gumbert
nnd the heavy hitting of the Brooklyns In
the third Inning. Score :
Plttsburg . 1G100003 -10
Brooklyn . . . . . . . . . . . 3 00000000 C
Hits : Plttsburg , U ; Brooklyn. 12. Errors :
Brooklyn , 4. Earned runs : I'lttsburg , 4 ;
Brooklyn , C. TwO'base lilts : Schelbeok ,
Colclough , Kennedy. Three-base lilts : Ston-
zel. Schook , Burns. Foutz. Home runs :
Sch I ml 10. DotiblU' plays ! Glnsscock to Bier-
bailer to Beckley. Struck out ? By Qum-
bert , 2 ; by Kennedy , 1. Time : One hour
and fifty minutes. Urnplrn : McQttald. Bat
teries : Mcldltt , Colclough and Gumbort ;
Klnstow nnd Kennedy.
CHICAGO , Juno 30. No game ; rain.
btumiliig ( if tbi ! 'IriiniK.
i'layeil. AVon. Lost. Pr.tit.
Baltimore . 52 37 15 71.2
Boston . 67 38 19 C3.7
Plttsburg . .67 33 22 GU
Brooklyn , . . ; . . . , . . .TGI 33 21 Cl.l
Philadelphia . lit 29 22 Gti.9
New York . . . . . . 65 31 21 6S.4
Cleveland . . . . . . 51 23 23 GI.9
Cincinnati . 63 23 30 43.1
St. Louis . ' . 07 21 33 42.1
Chicago . . . . . : . . . , BS" . 18 37 32.7
Washington . . . .vu.JW 10 41 28.1
Louisville . /51 II 40 25.9
IillAS A OHiAT GA.MK.
Hudiicis Men arid Drummer * 1'ut In Tbrco
Innings of Itrd-llnt Fun.
HOLDREGE , Neb. , .June 2C.-Spcclnl ( to
The Bee. ) There , was. a hot gome of base
ball played at the base ball park Monday
afternoon. The business men of Holdrcge ,
under Captain E. A. Roth , played the trav
eling men , under -captainship of Jfm
Sluslier , who travels for McCord-Brady
company. The Holdrege business men who
played were E. A. Roth , his honor , F. A.
Dean , mayor ; Nels Nelson , John E. Nelson ,
Frank Neville , Jean Hampton , AV. D. Gnyle ,
Pr&f. Norrls , Charles Galloway. The travelIng -
Ing men were Jim Slushor , Rube Helner ,
who travels for an Atchlson hardware firm ;
Harry Summers , who travels for Slmms
Grocery company ; Rod Yale , .who travels
for the Dempster Manufacturing company ;
H. W. Roach , the Standard Oil magnet ;
Pole Pheny.-wholB with the Equitable Life ;
H..F. Schwake , who travels for Grainger
Bros , of Lincoln ; Paige AVarnlckwho
travels for a Burllngtpn house : AV. H. Todd
of the Star plugtobacco' works.
Holdrcge went to bat first. Only three
Innings were played. The first half of the
first wns played without an Incident or
accident worthy of notice , but the second
half wns n scene of wild maneuvers , base
hits and homo rmu'Jlm Blusher knocked
a fly over to Jean Tjatnpton on third base.
The ball got lot In the { olds of Hjimp-
ton's pants and -could not bo found , so the
umpire had to' call tlmp. They got Hamp
ton untangled , am } Schwake put a grounder
out Into left field" , which Mayor Dean tried
to stop by puttlnirlils feet close together nnd
standing in front jPf It , but he did not get
his feet together .sooa .enough and it went
through , letting the Hatter make a hoijie
run. Roach tried to walk home and got
put out. Jim slu'Bher could not find the
second base until ( he umpire called bis at
tention to It , Alidrhe got put out , Paige
AA'arnlck knockeiJia nlco little fly Into the
hands of the first baseman. The" umpire
told him , greatlyto , hjs surprise , that he
loIn
x
was out.
In the first half1 of the second the Hol-
dregeltes made JsOtnO 'rtble ' hits , and the
Pilgrims made "Jseveral double plays. The
ground was a little wet on account of the
recent rains , anji "JUoach. who was on third
base , got stuok.'fnj'the mud , and the Hol-
drega men scored : three runs before he
could extricate himself. After the umpire
pulled him out'/ofc the mud ho made the
remark that It liaftl b'cen long years since
he hod played ibase ball , and hfr .kind of
thought ho haft forgotten , how. Roach's
exploit gave thp. Holdrege men .confidence
. and they got a Jlttlp reckless. Mayor Dean
'tried ti.mpjte' 'or Home run on. U'Jfoul,1-'and '
! gdt 'tWd'of ' his men out. ' together -with 7ilm > -
' ' " '
self. .
" In the second half the Pilgrims > made > a
good many base bits. AV. D , Gayle was
pitcher for the Holdrcgeltes In that gam .
and the reflection of the s.un on his \ > rlght
now uniform mfide him cross-eyed 'and al
most all of his 'jnen came In on passed
balls. 1
AVhon It came to the first half of the
'third ' Captain Slusher told Colonel Roach
no would have to go out In center field ,
where he could have plenty of room to nln
around mud holes and not get stuck , but
Colonel Utiach klokqd on this , and the game
caipo very nearly being broken up , but vJp's
finally compromised by buying Colonel
Roach a sack of peanuts and an umbrcnu
and getting I , L. Strong , another traveling
man , to take his place in the field. Jean
Hampton 'was the first man to bat , and on
the way to first base he lost all of his sus
penders , and the game had to bo postponed
until the 'umpire ' could make an Impromptu
proviso that would enuble Prof. Hampton
to continue on Tils way. Prof , Hampton
was the least discomfited over this little It , ,
cldent of any bcrson on the ground , but it
badly rattled Pat Waterman , w'ho umpired
tlio game , and It "was noticed that he could
not collect his thoughts in tlma to make
rulings from that time on. Ip the second
half of the third. Sob wake tried to steal a
base and Jean Hampton threw him down
and sat on him until the catcher could got
the ball down on , third base. The umpire
called him out tm third. This brought
forth a vigorous kick from the Pilgrims ,
and they accused Umpire AA'aterman of
making a rank decision , but it had to go.
Todd tried to steal second base In this In
ning , but he run Ugalnst E. A. Roth , wno
was on second base , nnd there was a
promiscuous mixture of bloomers , red ban
danas and russet shoes. It knocked throe
big star plugs and one little star out of the
lining or Todd's pants. Paige Warnlck
sent a fly Into center field that landed in
the hands of Brof. Norris.i He made a
homo run. and shoved three men In ahead
of him before he found out that Norrls had
caught the fly , nnd'tho umpire called , "Side
out. This ended the game. The score was
10 to 27 In faVor of the Holdregeltes. The
Pilgrims complained bitterly of the unfair
decisions of the umpire , and he protested
that ho did the bestf he could , and If It
had not been for Hampton's accident ho
thought that ho could have umpired a
llttlo better. The Holdregeites had for
uniforms "bloomers" made of large old
fashldned calico , one'v ' half the suit 'being
red and the- other yellow.
July Clnl > ICuim.
The Bicycle club of the Young Men's
Christian association has laid out a fine
p'rdgram for Its members. " Special plans
are made for runs b"y moonlight nnd camp
lunch runs , when'thoclub will leave the
building at MO. p. in , arid lunch along the
route. A bicycle coffeo-ninking outfit is
soon to be secuied for uon these runs.
Following la thorschedule pf runs for July :
3 South Omnlfa , via Hnnscom park , 7:16 :
p. in. : 12 miles.
4 Ciilhoun Qrqvpj 6 ; n , in. ; 36 miles.
6 Benson. 7:15 : p. in. : 10 miles.
7 Mlllal-d. 3:30M : > ] im. : 35 miles.
10 Qencral runi TUB p. m.
13-Lqke Manaw0 GllS P- " ; 16 miles.
Bring lunch. ; - , -
H 'I'.ipllllon , 3:3p'p : , m.i 23 miles.
I7-Florence , 6:18 : Si. in , ; 12 miles. Supper
at hotel. ! ' '
20 Seymour parK , 7:15 p , m , J -
21 'Honey Creehi.j3:30 : p. m. ; 35 mllos.
21 Florence lake , (7:1B ( : p. m.j 12 miles.
27 Fnlrmount ntxrlc.
31-JublIee ut If. il. C. A. park.
Saturday afternoon ,
The Ganymede "Wheel club of Council
Bluffs will make ttitt following runs during
the month of JulyJi
Sunday , July IJiUia. m. , Plattsmouth ; 55
miles.
Wednesday , JulyMj 7:15 : p. m , , Manawa ;
8 inllea. ( j
Sunday , July 8.C a. m. , Ncola ; CO miles.
Wednesday , Jufy'Il' ' , 7:15 : p. m , , Munawa ;
8 miles. < ip Jn
Sunday , July .15 , ,7 n.m , , , Sarpy Mllla ;
SO' miles. Joint'raft' with Omaha Wheel
club. * ' " < '
Wednesday , July IS , 7:15 : p , m. , Courtland
beach ; Id miles. )
Sunday , July 22 , TiO , m , , Qlenwood ; 40
miles. r .
Wednesday. July 23 , , 7:15 : p , m. , Manawa ;
8 miles.
Sunday , July 29 , C a. tn. , Missouri Valley ;
46 miles , _ _ _ _ _ _
Hot Wheeling lu Arizona ,
'
TUCSON , Ariz. , June 30. The world's bi
cycle record for Seventy-five miles was
smashed yesterday , Brown of Phoenix rid
ing from Nogales to Tucson In 1:30:30. : : Wil
son , second In the race , rode the dlstdnce
In 4:36:31. : : and Baiter1 , third , In 4M:3 : : : . The
road was line and the air'dry.
Conn to Ornliil 1 Kin net for Siniiluy.
LINCOLN , Neb. , June 3d. The Lincoln
and Qulncy teams left today for Grand Isl
and for an exhibition game.
Mild and pleasant Courtland beach.
BAMETT WON THE HANDICAP
Lincoln's ' Big Wind-Buruor Pushes His
Hidi-Gcared Wheel Aiound in 13il3 ,
CONDON THROWN AND BADLY BRUISED
JUIcl J ot 1'roro tlio Terror MB Ilud
ii-rUley Adds to III * Collec
tion of .MrrcliiiiHlNn Hntnrnl
Valunblo 1'rlrcs.
M. 0. Uaxon's first annual bicycle toura-
ment tpok place yesterday afternoon at the
fair grounds. Considering the various other
attractions In town n very good crowd was
In attendance to witness an admirable program -
gram of .races. The track was very heavy
and consequently no records wcro touched ,
but seine very fair tlmo was made. The
Odd Fellows band was stationed In the grand
stand , nnd helped to relieve the somewhat
long delays between the races.
The first event was a mile novice race.
The entries wcro : James Mach , II. C.
Qadke , Hudolph Illetz. 13. II. Lewis , I' . II.
Killers , Fred Perry , A. S. Carmlclmel , J. II.
Turney , W. D. Staley , Will Evans , Fred Kd-
wood , F. D. Partner. This was one of the
prettiest races of the afternoon and ono In
which the best tlmo was made. The winner
was B. II. Lewis , whoso prize was a gold
watch. The second prize , a pair of Palmer
tires , was won by James Mach , and the
third , a touring bag and coat , was captured
by W. D. Staloy. Time : 2:41. : The special
prize to the first man who crossed the tape
at the half , a Garford saddle , was won by
James Mach
The second rnce. one mile open , did not
Uevclop na good time M tht > novice. The
following were the Btn crnV. : . A. 1'lxlev ,
Itussi'll Condon , A. 15. Proulx. Joe Klllcit ,
L. B. Ilolton , II. K. Frederlckson , Iloss
Miller , 13. I * . Potter. The llrst prize , a sil
ver water service , was won by Itusscll Con
don ; second , n gold watch , by AV. A. Plx-
loy ; third , nji elnht-dny mantle clock , by
A. E. Proulx. Time : 2:4GJ4. : The ttpeclnl
prize for crossing the tapu at the him IIrat
rubber mud guards and a luntcin , waa won
by Ross Miller.
The third event was a mile rnce for the
3:00 : class , with the following entries :
Charles Pegau , James Mnch , H , C. Gail lie ,
B. I. . Duquette. B. H. Lewis , P. H. Elhers ,
C. H. UaiiAy. W. F. Stelllng , F. D. Pnrnier ,
Frank I. Elllck , Frank Newcombe , J. II.
Turney , Kudolph Illetz , Iloss K. Miller ,
Charles Cleaver , Tom 13. Pnrmeloe , Tom
Patterson. On account of the number three
heats were run. The first resulted with
B. II. Lews llrst , Frank I. Kllick second ,
James Mach third. Time : 2:49. : The HCC-
end heat was won by C. II. Dnlley. with
Hess 13. Miller second nnd Frank New-
combe third. Time : 2:11. : Tlio flnal lient re
sulted ils follows : Frank I. Klllclc ilrst ,
13. II. Lewis'second , Jnmes Mach third. The
itlmo waa poor 3:03. : The prize to the win
ner was a pair of opera classes ; to second ,
n , pair of Morgan & Wright tires , nnd to
third , a saddle and sweater. The prize to
the llrst man over the tnne at the half was
captured by B. H. Lewis.
THEY HAD TO SPRINT.
A half mile open race was the fourth
event. The entries wcrp ; W. A. Plxley ,
Russell Condon , A. E. Proulx , Joe Elllck ,
L. E. Hilton , II. E. Frdderickson. The.
tlmo limit was 1:20. : This race had to be
run over three times , the tlmo o ; the first
two being 1:2614 : and 1:27 : respectively , both
outside the limit. in the first race the
A-heels of Proulx nnd Fredrlckson collided
after crossing the tape , throwing Fredrick-
son and smashing' his wheel. In the final
race only Plxley and Fredrickson entered ,
Condon having been hurt in the flve-mllu
handicap and the others dropping out. Hurt
Potter weilt In as pace maker. Plxley was
the winner. In 1:10. : The prize to the win
ner was a diamond ring and to second a
atop wntph.
The qXidrter mile open was ono of the
prettiest events of the prdgram. The en
tries were : W , A. Plxley. A. E. Proulx.
Russell Condon , E. L. Duquette , Joe El
llck , H. 13. Lewis , L. E. Holton , Frahk I.
Elllck. 13. L. Potter. The three -winners
came In almost abreast. The llrst prize , a
ftvd-plece ellvdr tea set , was won by W. A.
'Plxloy ; second prize , a diamond stud , by
A. E. Proulx ; third prize , a Hllltnrd cyclometer -
meter , ! by H. B. Lewis. Time : 0:33H- :
The flvo-mlle handicap was opened with
twenty-live wheels , but onlj' eight finished.
Condon % vas thrown , coming out with a
considerably bruised arm. The llrst prize ,
a gold watch , was won by F. G. Barnett ,
scratch ; second prize , silver punch bowl , by
W. F. Stilling , 22i yards : third prize ,
search light lantern and saddle. C. II. Bai
ley , 150 yards ; fourth prize , mud guards ana
coat , by James Selden , 175 yards. Time :
13:13. :
The half hille boys' race was run by W.
C. Knapp , AV. E. Hughes , Roy Parker and
Eddie Pegaui The llrst prize , a sweater ,
was won by Hughes ; second , mud guards ,
by Peeau ; third , a lantern , by Parker ,
The boys were 14 years old or under , and
the time , 1:32 , was very creditable.
The half mile 4:00 : race was won by Ben
F. Haller of Blair , who managed con
sume exadtly four minutes In traveling
over the half mile. The prize was a gold
locket.
The track officials were : Referee , James
Ebersole ; starter , H. L. Beard ; handlcap-
.per. J. L. Llvesey ; clerk of course , Ed Cox ;
Judges. J. A. CavanaiiRh , John L. Gideon ,
B. J. Scannell ; timers. E. P. AA'alkpr. II. H.
Ittner. L. Rtchenbcrg : scorers. Max Rlch-
enberg , A. C. Adams , 15. T. Yates.
RAMAVOANDIIANQUET IN UI3AU 1IUAT
Suburban Wliiu | > r lloiUon In tlio HunolY
Sovonil Dumps lit Slicopilicuil.
NEW YORK. June 30. The attendance
at Shecpshend Bay today was large.
Ramnpo nnd Banquet run a dead heat In
the handicap , while the others were close
up , Dorian being beaten n head for third.
Lizzie made the pace for the lot , whhe
Banquet kept Ramnpo pinned against the
rail nearly the whole distance. When the ,
horses rounded into the stretch , Garrison
finally succeeded In getting out of the
pocket nnd cnmc with a rush. He WOK too
late , however , and could do no better thnu
a dead heat. A.i soon im the inre wns
finished he claimed n foul , but the stewards
decided to allow the iuci > to stand as run.
The dead heat waa run off twenty minutes
later , Banquet winning. Uamimo was lame ,
nnd he could not do himself Justice , al
though both Jockeys made it an easy gallop
of three-nunrtprs of a mile and n sprint of
half a mile. There WHS a chapter of acci
dents In the hurdle raeo. but the two falls
were easy and the Jockeys uninjured. Redman
man waa the favorite nnd wns backed for
a lot of money all over the ling. His
backers were lumpy when In1 got In first ,
but when nil of the contestants had finished
a protest ivns made on the ground that he
did not go the course. The stewards al
lowed the claim , nnd he was disqualified.
In the opening race. Correction beat Stone-
nell with ease. In the second race , AVnlt-
seer was nn odds-on favorite and inn all
the wny with his head pulled sideways.
In the Mermaid stakes , Nnlinui was an
odd ; > -on choice , but Beldemock was an easy
Winner. Results :
First race. Futurity course : Correction
(7 ( to 5) ) won. Stoneiioll (7 ( to 10) second ,
Lizzie (50 ( to 1) ) third. Time ! 1:103-5. :
Second rnce. Futurity course : AValtseer
(1 ( to 3) won. Havre ( G to 1) ) second , Mirage
(8 to 1) ) third. Tlmo : 1:122-5. :
Third race , one and nn eighth mile : Belde-
mock (4 tb 1) ) won , Nuhm.i (2 ( to C ) second ,
Clementina (6 ( to 1) ) third. Tlmo : 1:66. :
Fourth race , one mlle : Ducal (4 ( to 5) )
won , Captain T (3 to 1) second , Tom Skid-
more (7 ( to 1) ) third. Tlmo : 1:39 4-3.
Fifth raqe. one and an eighth mlle : Ban
quet (7 ( to 6) ) and Ramapo ( ii to G ) dead
heat. Redskin (12 to 1) ) third. Time : lCo.
Ruli off : Banquet (9 to 10) ) won , Ramapo
(9 ( to 10) ) second. Time : 2:021-5. :
Sixth ruee. steeplechase , full course ,
about two miles nnd a half : Lucknow (15 (
to 1) won , Juponlca ( G to 1) ) second , Mogul
(30 to 1) ) third. Time : 6:20. :
, At the Twin City Track.
BT. PAUL , June 30. First rnce , five fur
longs : Little Jim won , Fnyettc Belle second
end , Mercury third. Tlmu : 1:40V : .
Second nice , ulx furlongs : Surrey R won ,
Leo M second , Chow Chow tblru. Time :
l:18W. :
Third race , one mile : Lonsbrldo won ,
Sulllvnii second , Pekln third. Time : 1I3 : > ,6.
Fourth rnce , OUR mile : Bonnie True won ,
Bayard vccond , Osrlc third. Time : 1:13)1. :
Fifth i nee , one mile und a fttilong :
Argenta won , Frolic second , Sam Post
third. Time : 2:1J : .
Sixth race * , HX | furlongs : Roy Lochlel
won. Joslo D second , Yohatan third. Time :
On Iho OKI Dominion Track.
AVASIIINGTON , June 30.-FIr t race , ono
mile : Adalcbuo won , Mabel A second ,
Alasmer .third. Time : l:4tft. :
Second race , five furlongs : Klmstonc won ,
Key West second , Ronald third. Time :
loa. :
Third race , nix furlongs : Detroit won ,
McKeever tn.-c.ond , Pilncu de Leon third.
Time : lilt.
Voutlh rnce. five furlongs : Ted Gcgg
won , Tommy Brophy necond , Sentinel third.
Times l.OHl.
Fifth race , six furlunza : Salisbury won ,
Time' ' ! Bccondl CVnll'r
l17'i '
Hr.ulU nt r.n4t St. t.ouln.
EAST. LOUIS , Juno 30. Flrnt race , six
nirlongn : Dnvesnc won. One Dlmo second ,
Kptchum third. Tlmr : l:21)i. :
Second rare , five furlong" ! Kstcllp F won ,
Orlolo second. Tom Daly third. Time : 1:07. :
Third race , nlne-slxtecntha of n mlle :
Jpuntr Lottery won , Censor second , Lady
Lister third. Time ; 08.
Fourth race , seven furlongs : AA'altor won ,
Hjjjui'forl second , The General third. Tlmo :
Fifth race , five furlongs : Frolicsome Lass
won. Hbacn second , \V. T. Kllla third.
Time : 1:00. :
Itlrli ltx < T * nt Sundiiirn.
LONDON. Juno 30. At Sitndown Park
yesterday the British Dominion 2-yenr-old
race , 1.000. was won by Simon Ilarrlnon'
Prince Simon , M. AA'ecVer's Dr. Tnlmage
Rcrnml ,
The Clarence nnd Avondalc stakes , a
handicap , for 3,000. was wen by Mr. HUM-
sol's Lady Minting. General AVIIIInm'H
PrluHtholm second , the prince of Wales'
Florlzclla finishing last.
HKATIIS TAKIi Till ; MOST COIN.
I'lirncft nnd Mtiikrn of All Hnrt * ( In tn Otit-
nldrrx \Vuslilinjloii 1'urk.
CHICAGO , June 30. There wns a large
attendance at AVushlngton Pnik today ,
with the Queen Isabella stakes ns the fea
ture. Like the preceding Make events of
the meeting , It wns won by an outsider ,
Clara Bntior landing the prize , worth n
little more than 41 , WO. nt odds of 20 to I
against her. She won In. a drive by half a
legnth from Kcllka , with Mnrrus Duly'ri
Gwendoline third. Shuttle nml Princess
Illmyar were also stnrtcia. Corrlgan's Im
ported colt , Percy , won the llrst rnce , with
12 to 1 against him. Another jar to the
talent wns when Phllora , backed down
from 30 to 1R to 1 , won the fourth rnce from
Cicely and Enthusiast. It was only one of
these common cases of cheating which
puss unchallenged on the turf. Today all
kinds of nit n tea run away from good horse * .
Somersault won again In the fifth race , and
won easily. The last race was captured by
Sister Mary , with Tom Griffith second ,
Tills closed the day , with a single winning
favorite out of six. Results :
Flist race , mile nnd twenty yards : Imp.
Percy (12 ( to 1) ) won , Plutus (7 to 1) ) second ,
Flora Thornton ( G to 5) third. Time : 1:4214. :
Second race , llvc-elghthH of a mllb : Rey
del Caredcs (8 ( to f > ) won , Dlggs ( S to 1) )
second , lloslta (3 ( to 1) ) third. Time : 1:01. :
Third raoo , OIIP mill' ! Clara Bauer (20 ( to
1) ) won , Zollku (5 to l ) second , Gwendoline
(1 ( to 1) ) third. Time : 1:50' : ' ' . .
Fourth race , mile nnd a sixteenth : Phlltirn
(15 ( to 1) ) won , Cicely ( to 2) ) second. Enthu
siast (9 ( to 10) ) third. Time : 1:50V4- :
-Fifth rnce , three-quarters of a mile :
Somersault (4 ( to 1) won , Dnnton ( fi to 1) )
Strathrot (3 ( to 1) ) third. Time :
.
Sixth rnce. throp-qunrterH of a mile :
Sister Mary (3 ( to I ) won. Tom Grlllln (30 ( to
1) ) second , The Sculptor (7 to 1) ) third. Tlmo :
WYOMING ATIIIII. : : MIKTIMI. :
Boll ( lorwing ( irtu Ainty AVItti Two CliiHH
II Oprll I'.IH'CB.
CHEYENNE , June 30. ( Special Telegram
to The Bee. ) The second annual AVyomlng
bloyclo tournament , under the iius > plcc. ( of
the Cheyenne Bicycle club , was held In
Cheyenne ted y. There were a total of
forty-two entries for the twelve events ,
Including the champion of both Coloindo
and AVyomlng. The races took place on
the regulation half-mile com. si' ut the fan
grounds , nnd were witnessed by fully l,5oi
people , many visitors from the surrounding
Colorado and AVyomlng towns being in at
tendance.
Notwithstanding that the riders encoun
tered a strong head wind on the home
stretch ( wo records were broken. The
various events resulted :
One mile novice : "Won by C. S. Erwcll ,
Cheyenne. Tlmei 2:404-5. :
One-fourth mile , open , rlnss A : First ,
Thompson , Cheyenne. Tlmo : 0:212-5. :
Cordlner of Laramlc won the one mile
boys' race In 2:43.
One mile , AVyomlng state championship :
First , Thompson. Time : 2:252-5. :
One-half mile , open , class B : First , Gcr-
wlng of Denver. Time : 1:12. :
One-half mile , open , class A : First ,
House of Grceley. Time : 1:12. :
Three miles relay , for clubs : AVon by
Greeley. Time : 7:121-5.
A time limit of 2:26 : wnq placed on the
ono mile open In class II. It waa won by
Hamilton In 2:38 : , but Wns declared off by
the referee. In the second bent Gerwlng
and Banks were the only entiles. Tlio for
nor won In 2:201-5. :
One-third mile , open : First. Harris of
Laramle. Time : 0:44 : 2-5 , 0:02 : 4-5 better than
ho Colorado record made at Pueblo , and
but 0:02 : 1-5 below the world's clmmiilonshiii.
Five miles , handicap : First , McGuire of
Denver. Time : 13:002-5. :
so. AH- : HITCH ovnii TIII : cotm.su.
Slight nillleulty .Still in tlio AVny of Vlg-
llant-Vnlkyrlo Yacht Ilnon.
LONDON , June 30. The Field today says
that soar no set matches have been ar
ranged between the A'lgllont and Valkyrie ,
George Gould Is said to dcalre matches for
ho outside channel courses or over
ho course of the Royal Victoria
Yacht club. There Is also some
difficulty about thp day , unless a
egatta Is given up In order to arrange
a date. Tills Mr. Gould does not desire ,
is It Is the Intention to have the Vigilant
compete in every regatta around the coast.
GLASGOW. June M.-Cnptaln Hank K.
lalt has telegraphed to the Royal Barge
Yacht club saying that It Is Impossible to
get the Vigilant ready for next Tuesday.
Had Iliiy for Hookies ut KIIIIKIH City.
KANSAS CITY , , June 30.-One of the
argest crowds of the meeting &uw six good
races at Exposition Driving paik today.
favorites nnd fielders divided the money ,
nnd the speculators got a shade the best of
he bookies. , Morton at 10 to 1 was the only
vlnnlng long shot of the day. Summaries :
First race , threo-qunrtert of a mile : Mor
on won , Pastime eecoml , Millie B third ,
Time : 1:20. :
Second race , three-quntters of a mile :
"Yank Gnyle won , La Onrtlu sccvnd , Gin-
dlola tlilid. Tlmu : l:17'i. :
Third race , nine-sixteenths of a mlle :
AIolllo ICIng won , Ulano second , Bob C'lani-
iett third. Time : 0:51) : ) .
Fourth race , tin ec-quat tors of a mlle :
Snowball won , A'lrsln second , Jim Corn
wall third. Time : llb'i. : '
FJfth ince , thlrteen-sixtci'iilhH if a mile :
Portboy won , L'nlcoiii second , Joe AVool-
njan third. Time : ISfiVS.
Sixth race , mile and a sixteenth : Her
cules won , Volens second , Leporine third ,
Time : 2:00. :
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AVID Finish < im : Toduy.
Jacksonville will close the series here
this afternoon. If Connie Strothois Is to bo
believed , something direful will happen to
Omaha for tlio ill re. peetfiil iiiunner In
which the Athenians have been rocoltnl.
If Sammy MoMuckln's work Isis good : is
Ills Intentions the Htalu of Defeat In the
Jax will be covered with a Meat iviit of
whltcwuuh. The teams :
'
Omaha Position. Jacksonville
McA'ey . Flint . . . StrothciH
Munyun . Second . . . Ciotty
Rourke . Third . Smith
Boyle . , , . .Short Stop. . . . . . . . Devlnney
Pedros . Left Field . Belt
Si'ery . . . . Middle . Strauss
Fear . Right Field . Letchcr
Moran . Catcher. . . Snydtr
MoMnckin . < . , , . . . . Pitcher . , . . , . . . Curish
Triinls Tourney.
HASTINGS , Neb. , June TO.-Speclal ( to
The Bee. ) The Hiistlngi Tennis club's city
tournament for doubles will probably not
bo finished until Monday night. In the
gunu's , In the second round , Johnson
and Gnllmctti' won two sets fiom Clarke
nnd Brown , 7-5 , C-2 , play bring tesumed to
night. Madgrtt and Plckcns defeated Work
and Blair , 7-5 , 0-4. C-3.
_
ICil ( 'orrlgiin Iiullcleil.
CHICAGO , Juno 30. The grand Jury today
Indicted 1C J ward Corrlgan , John Dminock ,
J. Burke and Joeenh Ullman of the Haw
thorne race track and 1'ieslclent AVheclcr of
the Washington park track , The charge
against each U maintaining a gambling place.
N \TIM tlO I/OUt ft.
NEWCASTLE. Nub. , Juno 30. ( Special to
The Bee. ) The Newcastle boya crossed
huts with n nlno fiom Marllnsburg last
Sunday und got done up to the tunn of
17 to 2.
Typesetting Miiclilmm Kiijolnod.
NKW YORK , Juno 30. Jndco Lacomb In
the United Slates court has granted a pre
liminary injunction against UIQ Mollno Com
posing company restraining thorn from man *
ufacturlng or selling their typesetting ma
chines. The application for the injunction
waa , made by the Mergenthnler Linotype
company , the original patented of the typesetting -
setting machines.
I'rico of WhUky lurrtaied.
PEOHIA , III. , June 30. The Dlitllllng &
Cattle Feeding company lias advanced the
price of good whisky 3 ccnU a gallon be
cause of the greatly Increased demand duo
to the action of the senate In Increasing the
tax.
CHICAGO
Omaha Oriokotora Getting Hon y for Thai ' ]
Garao at the Garden Oity ,
PAST WORK OF THEIR CRACK BOWLERS
o Vniielinn nml Ilityln Cut Down tin
llrnvy Itattfm of | h i | Mt | : | ovou
for 4O nml Thru Tumid Out
77 Tlionni'lvcK.
To glvo themselves an opportunity of pin ,
Ing together for the last time , before Wav
ing for Chicago , the first olcVon of the
Omaha Cricket club , played n match yester
day with Iho second cloven.
The second cloven , which was captained
by Mr. . H. Drotchle , borrowed for the '
occasion the services of Messrs. Q. II.
Vaughan and J. C. Doyle.
Contrary to nil expectation tlio second
cloven won by the largo margin of sixty-six
rung.
Solno of the members of the Chicago con-
til gent played In very hard luck , nnd men
who nro , as n general rule , good for "double
figures , " failed to materialize.
For tlio "firm elevens , " the batting of
Mr. Wilson and Mr. Kemp was the most
productive of runa tlio former '
, making sov- :
ct.tcen runs and the latter six "not out. "
Tor Mr. llrotchlu'a side , Mr. 0. If ,
Vcughan's contribution of thirty was the ri
ci.lt of splendid hitting , on the "ono sldcl
while his bowling had much to do with lh _
small scores of the "crack bats" of tint
Omaha club. Doyle , who went up wit hi
Vnuglmn , put up forty-seven before caught
out by Hobb , Including some very pretty
hits.
hits.Tho
The fielding of botli sides was nbovo the
average , and taken all In all , the eleven
men who will represent the Oato City at
Chicago next week need fear no anxiety
on the score of being badly beaten , If they
nro beaten at all.
The "long-stopping" In yesterday's game
shows great Improvement , neither sldo giv
ing more than two "byes,1'
Mr. D. H. Brotchte , the captain ot the
winning eleven , pinyrd avery nice Innings
for his eight "not out. "
It Is supposed that a number of friends of
the Omaha players will go to Chicago with
the latter , to glvo them countenance and
encourage them In their efforts to score an
other victory In the "tented field. "
Among these who will take advantage
the trip to see the game' and Chicago at
the same tlmo , arc a number of Indies , whoso
enthusiasm and. love for the game arc only
equalled by tholr desire to ueo Omaha win.
All these who go to Chicago next Tuos-
ihiy will do so with tlio Idea ot bringing
back with them pleasant memories of the
ami ! .
Below Is tlio result of yodtcrday's game ;
OMAHA FIUST KL12V ION.
A. D. Hobb , 1 , b. w. G. Vnuglmn > . . . 1
H. Laurie , U. O. VniiRhiin , 0
O. 10. Wllaon , b. G. Vaughnn. . ! . . < . . . 17
I II. Now. run out 6
U. W. Taylor , c. Hverson , b. Doyle 4
F. A. Kemp , not out , 6
K. Hart , b. O. Vaughan ( , . 3
W. U. Vuuglinn , b. G , Vaughan * . . . . 0
G. H. Young , b. Doyle > . . . , . . , . . . 1
F. H. Marshall , b. Doyle , 0
Ucv. J. I' . D. Llywd , 1) . G. Vixilghnn. , . . , 3
ICxtniH i , , , , \
Totals . , 40
D. H. BIlOTCHin'S 13LHV15N.
12. Stringer , c. Hnrt , b. Lnurlo , , . . . 3
A. S. Gleave. b. Lnurle , . . . .i. . . . . . 2
W. Kvason. b. Laurie 3
J. C. Doyle , c. Uobb , b. W. U. VauKhhti , 47
G. H. Vntighnn , c. Hint , b. W. It.
Vnuglmn , 30
D. G. H. Young , I. b. w. W. U. Vaughan. 2
J. E. Florancf , b. W. 11. Vaugliaii 3
J. Cameron , c. Hart- . AV. H. Vaughan. . 1
D. Johnson , 1. b. w. Hart 2
D. H. Brotcblc , not out t 8
F. Bell , st. Taylor , b. Hnrt . " . 1
Extias , , 0
Totals 108
lrchlnrl < lge Hpcilks ill J.oulnvlllo.
LOUISVILLE. Jurid SO. Congressman YV.
C. P. Brccklnrldgo bpoko at the court house
to a crowd estimated at 1,100 people and wa
given a warm welcome , about 100 ladles '
being present. In his address ho did noi
refer to his opponents save by refore.nct >
clothed in subtle sarcasm. Ho touched
upon McOarvcy and the holders of the In
dignation meetings in a mild , but cutting
manner.
o
11'X.lTnKlt I'OltKCAST.
Fair nncl Cooler Weather for iNchr/isku /
Sumliiy.
WASHINGTON , June 30. The Indication *
for Sunday are : For Nebraska Fair ; cooler ;
winds becoming northerly.
For Iowa Fal ? ; cooler , except stationary
temperature In the eastern portion ; variable
winds. "
For Missouri Fair ; continued high torn *
pcraturo ; southeast winds.
For Kansas Fair ; probably slightly cooleh
In the northern portion ; winds becoming
north.
For South Dakota Generally fair ; cooler
in the eastern portion ; north to northwest
winds.
I.ociil Ill-cord.
OrrKmoFTiiB WiuTiiiiii BUREAU , OVAIU.
Juno ill ) Omaha recora of tomporaturq nnd
rauifuUcomparcd with corresponding day of
past four years :
1R04. 1H03. 1892. 1H91.
Maximum tonipor.itiiro 07o 843 7'J5 7GO
Mlnlnutm tcniuoniiuro. 03O 013 fiG fijo
AvurnEU toiiiperainrc. . Hl)3 ) 7.43 043 OliO
I'leclpllatlon 70 .T .02 .00
Statement allowing the condition of torn-
pornturoaud prjoipltation at Omaha for tlio
day and slnuo Maroh 1 , IS'Jl ' :
Noriiuil tomunratiiro > 74 *
Kxfi-ss for thoday 0 =
KxrcH.sslnro Mulch 1 437 = > ,
Normal pri-clnlutlon 21 Inch
DullclPiu'y for thudiiv 08 Inch
Dulluluncy slnco Milieu 1 0.37 Inches
' i" IndlcatuH tr.ic'n.
( > OHil ! K. HUNT. Locil For
When my little plrl wan one month old , ih9
had a < cab form on her lace. It kept jireadlne
until the wan complutelv covered from bead to
foot. Then tlio liad bolu , Blin had forty on lior
bead at one time , nnd more on her body. When
six months old * ho did not willi ! e > ciiroinJ ) ,
a pound and n h.tlf leas thnn at birth. Then htr
ldn tarud to dry up and iin ; tn bad the cotilJ
not shut her eyiu to alnop , but tar with
half open. About tlili tlino , I Atarfcd iwlng the
CUTIUDHA IllSMKniKi , nnd < n onimont\ teat
conplittly turnl The doctor unrt driiK bill )
HLTO ovur ont flunilri I Jollw , the C'uilCfiU
bill was not more than Jin rivllari , My ( .lillil
It now itronu , henlthy , and latpi ) o Kiiy child
of her a o ( too photo. ) , and It la all owlni
to C'LTH'L'UA. Youri with n Mother's Ilcilln )
MM. Ol'.O. H. TUOKKll. Jn. ,
< Xtl Walker St. , Milwaukee , Wll ,
Bold thtoogbout the norld. I'OTT , pBTO ASR
CIIKU , Ciiiu' . , Hole 1'ropi. , noilon , "All nlwj |
the Illooil , Skin , flcalp , and flair. " milUd lf o.
Itnbr IllcmUlin , falHoc balr , and red.rongk
huult prurciMoi ) n4 cured by Cullcuro Houy.
WOMEN FUTTOF PAIN8
Flad In Cutlcurn Anl.1' ! ln I'
ter latunt and grate/at wUfff M
I * the ( lot n > i opljr
( treagtbenlng pl < Ur ,

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