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T7TE BEE: OMATTA. THURSDAY. MAT fi.' 1900.
Omaha Defeats Wichita; Pirates in the Lead; Chaloupka Eligible
llllltl Hill Jl Wlaf
OMAHA' HARPOONS I100DUO
At the. Same Time Bring. WichiU
.Into the Loit Column.
GAME DRAGGED, SCORE 10 TO 9
nm ( scatters Forced Shatter to
Retire and II la Successor Wm Hit
Marti, hut Wlrhlta Alio Got to
' Hollenbeck Lively.
WICHITA, Kan.. May 6-Tn a gams that
was characterlted hy htm'v hitting, lucky
scratch hits and some good and some bad
base ball, Omaha succeeded In breaking
Wlrhlta winning "treak today by a score
of 10 tn.-Both (Idea had a lot of lurk,
which hdlned to pile up runt and make the
team drag. Omaha's batten started after
Shaner "ST In 'he game and forced him
to retire with two down In the fifth, after
Harry Welch1" Mt to center field had run
up a brao and hounded over the fence.
McOIll stopped, the scoring for the reat of
the Inning, but hit hard In the sixth
and seventh, j The home team cam back
In the eighth and drove' Hollenbeok off the
slab. PrnneU' homer, followed by two
baae hlta by Hughe and Westerxll and a
single by Holland, came within one of
tying Ihn acore In the ninth, but Mlddelton
died on an easy grounder to Sander
Fisher. If A
' King, cf 5
' Pendry. 8b 5
Kane, lb 4
Welch, rf 4
, Graham, 2b i
Franck, as ft
' kndlng, c t
-llnllenbeck, p 4
Vftnders, P 1
10 18 27 15
A R R
Tettigrew, cf I
Anderson, fa 6
1 Cole, rf 6
, Pennell, If 4
i Hughes. 2b 2
Roberta, lb 5
' Wester!, Sb 5
Weaver, c 1
I Shaner, p 1
McOIll. p 2
Totala 37 9 10 27 16 8
Batted for Weaver In ninth.
Batted for MoGlll in ninth.
Omaha 0 0 1 2 3 8 1 1 010
AVIchlta 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 4 89
Hlta: Off Shaner. 9 In four and a third
Innings; off MrOUl. 9 In four and two
thirds Linings; off Hollertheck, 6 In seven
and two-thirds Innings; off Sanders. 4 In
one and a third Innings. Struck out: By
Shaner, 2; by Mclilll, 1; by Hollenbeck. .
Bases on halls: Off Slimier. 1; off McOIll,
3; off Hollenbeck. ; cff Sanders, 1. Hit
hy pitched ball: By Hollenbeck, Potllgrew.
Home runs: Welch. Pennell. Three-base
hit: Anderson. Two-base hits: Hughes,
Westerzll, MeGlll, Franck. Sacrifice fly:
Pendry. Sacrifice hit: Welch. Stolen
bases: Fisher C.S), King. Kane. Double
nlavs: Pettlcrew. Anderson to Roberts;
Pendry, Gondlng. Pendry to Graham. Left
on base.c Wichita. 9: Omaha, li rime:
2:20. Umpire: Haskell. Attendance: 1,400.
PI F.Hl.O LAND BV TIMBI.Y HITS
Lincoln Hatters Moat Competent, bnt
Krrara Too Numerous.
Pl'EBLO. May 5 Although Lincoln out
hit the locals, the hits of Pueblo were more
timely, which, with errors, gave the opener
to the Indians by a score of 5 to 2. Errors
were responsible for the runs of both teams
In the first, while a base on balls, a sacri
fice nd a lilt hy Spencer gave Pueblo the
lend In the third. Singles by Corhan ana
Mitze, a three-hagavr by Kensel and Gg
nler's error gave the locals three In the
eighth, and the same. In the ninth, with
une down. Thomas hit for a homer, David
son singled. Gsgnler struck out, but Mason
and Prltchett followed with singles, filling
the bases. Sullivan went In to bat for
Junes, but struck out. Score:
Totals 3S 2 11 24 14
AB. R. H. P.O. A.
Kensel. 8h 4 1 1 X 1
Spencer, cf..... 4
Clark, lb 4
Hogrelver, 2b... 8
Johl, rf..... S
Mattlrk. If 3
Mltie, c ...
Totals 58 ft T 137
Batted for Jones In the ninth.
Lincoln l o 0 o o o
0 V- 2
Veblo 1)0 1 o o D
Stolen bases: Spencer. Clark. Two-base
hit: Spencer. Three-base hit: Kensl.
Double plavs: Spencer to Corhan to Clark.
Hogrelver to Corhan to Clark. Prltchett to
Thomaa. Prltchett to Oagnler to Thomas
Jjrtt on bases: Lincoln, 8; Pueblo, 1. Home
run: Thomas. Sacrifice hits: Thomaa.
Jonos. Swift. Struck out! Hy Jones. 1;
bv Swift, 2. First base on balls: Off
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Standing of the Teams
A MGR. ASSN.
.11 4 .733
.. 8 10 .444
Wlrhlta 1 .7i Milwaukee
Denver ft 2 .714 Ioulsvllle
Iea Moines.. 3 3 .smt! Inllan lie
Puebl- 4 a .571 ! Toledo ....
Omsha 3 4 .4.1 Mlnneao a
7 9 .m
lopeka 2 3 .4'Ti Kansas Cltv. .4")
Sioux City.. .2 ft .24' Columbus ....7 11.3MI
Lincoln 1 ft .g?8t. Paul 5 10 .333
NAT. LEAGUE. AMER. LEAGUE.
W t . Dsie XT r Da
jiitsmirg ...11 .647Detroit ...
y"10" .UVNew Tork
f.P" ft .MiY Boston ...
C incinnati . .10 10 .6u Chicago ..
hlcago ....9 9 .50 Cleveland
Brooklyn ...8 7 .42 phlla
St. Iuls.... 7 12 .3,Waeh
New ork... 4 .333 m. luls..
7 .6- S3
i 11 .313
GAMES TO DAT.
"tern league Omaha at Wichita, Pes
Moines at Topeka. Lincoln at Pjeblo.
Sioux City at Denver.
American Association Columbus at St.
. . To,,io at Minneapolis, Indianapolis
at Milwaukee, lxnilpville at Kansas City.
National League New Vork at Koaton,
Philadelphia at Brnoklvn. Cincinnati at
Chicago. St. Loula at Pittsburg.
American league Chicago at Cleveland.
Detroit at St. Louis. Washington at Phila
delphia. Boston at New York.
Jones, 1; off Swift. 1. Time:
plre: Dugan. Attendance. wo.
1 85. Vm-
TOPEKA WKA K AT BAT, BUT WOX
Kernes Makes a Homer with I. on area t
Itrlve Kanaaaa Kver Kan.
TOPEKA. Kan., May 6.-Topeka took the
opener from Dee Moines, ft to 4. although
outhlt all along. Beicrdoffer walked two
in the second and then Kernes sent the ball
.ne icnce ror the longest drive ever
"e.!U ,ieri- ln tfm "'ond Fenlon got away
with a Texas leaguer and Andrews drove
a grounder through Dalton for another
home run. Des Molnea pounded Kaufman
all over the lot. but could not get the hita
J .1 . r,?ht Pace" o count many runs.
iiiJ1 Bms Played air-tight ball ln the
rield when scores were promising. Score:
Mat ticks, cf
Dwyer, lb ,
Nelhoff. 3b ,
Ollmartln, 3b 4
neckinger, c 2
Kernes, c 3
Belerdoffer, p.... ...... 2
Total 3B 4 13 24
Wooley, cf 4 0
Geler, rf 3 0
Cooley, lb 4 0
Fenlon, If 4 1
Andrews, 3b 2 2
Olson, ss 8 0
Kahl. 2b 1 1
Kernes, c 4 1
Kaufman, p 2 0
7 27 16
Batted for Belerdoffer In ninth.
Des Moines 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 14
Topeka 0 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 05
Home runs: Kernes, Andrews. Three
base hit: Curtis. Two-base hlta: Nelhoff.
Dalton. Bases on bulls: Off Kaufman. 1;
off Belerdoffer, 5. Struck out: By Kauf
man, 2; by Belerdoffer, 8. Hit by pitched
ball: Dwyer. Kaufman, Kahl. Left on
baaes; Topeka. 6; Des Moines, 7. Double
plays! Colllgan to Dwyer; Andrews to
Cooley; Colllgan, Dwyer to Kernea. Stolen
bases: Colligan. Dalton. Sacrifice hits:
Herklnger, Olson. Time: 1J5. Umpire:
Holmes Takes Cralkahaok'a Place
and (Jets Into Error Column.
DENVER. May 6. ln a strong wind Den
ver won a hitting game from Sioux Cltv.
Ducky Holmes replaced Crulkshank In cen
ter In the second Inning and made three
errors that aided Denver materially. Gen
erally, playing was below standard. As Is
customary ln such games arguments were
numerous and prolonged. Three pitchers
were retired because of free hitting. Score:
18 27 10 1
Holmes, cf, 8b.,
Smith, ss, 2b...
From me, p
Totals 38 8 IS 24
Denver 2 4 1 4 2 2 0 0 116
Slcux City 1 8 6 0 0 0 0 0 09
Two-basf. hits: Camphell. Belden. Maag.
Lindsay. Cassldy, Towns. Three-base hits:
Campbell 12). Home runs: Belden, Magg.
Becrifice hits: Lindsay. Olmstead. Stolen
baaea: Cassldv. Belden. Zalusky, Smith.
Baaes on balls: Off Karsten, 2; off Olm
stead. 8; off Starr. 2; off Fromme. 4. 8trurk
out: By Bohannan. I; by Karaten. 2; by
Olmstead. 6: by Fromme, 2. Ieft on bases:
Denver, 7j Sioux City. 8. Hit with pitched
ball: Maag. Time: 2:30. Umpire: Clark.
AUTO RACES AT MONTGOMERY
Thirty-Horse Povrer Tar Makes Mile
In Fifty-Six Seconds.
MONTGOMERY. Ala., May ft. Two thou
sand motor enthusiasts cheered wildly this
afternoon as Louis Chevrolet, the daring
Frenchman of the Bulrk team, drove a
mile In oh seconds flat with a thirty horse
power car over the fair grounds mile track.
He won the 1'iVmIle race easily, going the
distsnce In 124 minutes after having tlte
trouble at aevrral Juncturea. George De
wltt was the star of the day. The Jack
sonville member of the Buick team won
three racea. the only other event of the
day not being open to him. The Alabama
championship went U "Monk" Cowell In a
Chalmers-Detroit. Only drivers resident of
the state were eligible for this event. Chev
rolet drove mlla after mile In less than a
minute In the 10o-mile event and but for
trouhlo with tires might hsvr set a new
world s record. Hubert Stubbs of Birming
ham won the two motorcycle events. iMfl
Motorcycle handicap, five miles: Robert
Stubbs (scratch), Indiana, won; R L. Pea
cork (three miles). Yale, second. Time:
Cars 1'sting Sl.tVti and under, five miles:
George Den at i Bulrk), won; Oarar Nor
man thiiKK .) seronu, rterndon i Bulrk zi)
third. Tune: 6:o3S.
Alabama championship, five miles. Ala
bama drivers only: Cowell iChalmers-lie-tiolt
o"i won. Norman (Buick 2J second.
Smith (American roadster oSi third. Time:
Cats listing l?.0 and under, five milt-s:
Dewttt tbuiik -- won, Cowell tChalmers
Detrolt 30 second. Norman (Bulrk 22)
third. Time: 6:40.
Free-fur-all stork cars, hand cap. five
miles, standing start: Dewttt iBuKk i
tlve seronUs. won, Cowell (Chalmers-Detroit
') ten seconds, aecond. Norin.tn
(Bulrk 2?) twelve seconds, third. Tunc::
I Free-for-ali stork cars. 100 miles: Chev
I rolet iBuirk 3oi wn, Dewttt (Buick 22) sec
ond Time: 2:0n.
Exhibition mile by Chevrolet, fastest of
Hebron t'lub Organised.
HEBRON. Neb.. May ft. (Special ) The
Hebron base ball enthusiasts have per
fected the following organisation for this
season: President, Roy llensel; secretary.
Dr. W. A. Ring, ror reajiomling secretary,
If. I- Boyes; treaaurer. W. C. Cooper;
manager. F. H I ray lord; captain. A. M.
Mcntgimiery. The oaao Sail i .rn has oevn
teased and a os"u m Mit giund aUiiiil la be
ladlans Win again.
MT. PLKA8ANT. la. May ft-irpw-ul
Telegram Nebraska Indiana, 3; Ml.
PIRATES IN FIRST PLACE
Pittsburg Defeats St. Louii by Score
of Six to Fire.
LUSH PITCHES GOOD GAME
Ills Nippon, However, Is Poor, Ills
Trammatea Making six Krrora
Scores of Other National
I. ensue tlasiei,
PITTSBURG, May 5 Pittsburg advanced
Into first place by defeating St. Louis, 8
to 5. Lush pitched a spleniild game, but
received poor support. The locals used
three pitchers. The game was InteresMng
nnd exciting, the visitors getting three
men on bases In the last Inning, but were
unable to get a tally. Score,:
PITTSnt'RO. ST. Loris.
Brii. 3h . 4 1 1 4 0nTrn. ah 4 1 I 1
lrrh. rf .... I
nsrka. If t
Wapmer. ss. .. 3
Abateln. lb. . 4
J Miller. :t . i
Wllaon. rf 4
O'Connor, e. . 4
t'lmnitt, p... 0
Maitriox. p. . . . 0
Phllllppa, p t
110H SI w. rf 6
(14 0 Orhelpn c I
12 1 0KontrtT, lb. I
IHM Evim. rf 4
I 1 0 EI11. If 4
1 t I ftmarlea. lb... i
I 1 t 1 lluliwllt. . 4
ft 0 1 OLuRh, p 4
0 9 10
0 0 0 0 Total. S4 10 24 U
0 10 0
Totals Id r H 1
Bstted for Maddox In the fourth.
Pittsburg 1 2 0 0 0 1 2 0
St. Louis 1 1020100 0-5
Two-base hits: Lush (21. Three-base
hits: J. Miller. Hulswltt. Hits: Oft Cam
nits, 3 In two Innlna-s: off Maddox. 3 !n
two Innings; off PhUlippe. 4 In five Innlnga.
Sacrifice hlta: Clarke. Wagner 2). Cam
nits. Charles. Stolen bases: Barbeau. Ab
stain. WaKner. Byrne. Charles. Double
plays: Barbesu to Absteln. Wilson to Miller
to Wagner. Charles to Konetrhy. Phelps
to Knnetchy. I.eft on bases: St. Loula. 8:
Pittsburg, ft. First base on balls: Off
Lush, 3: off Camnltx. 2; off Philippe, f.
First base on errors: Pittsburg. 4. Hit
with pitched ball: By Maddox. 2. Struck
out: Bv Lush. 4. Time: 2:06. Umpires:
Kane and Klem.
Itrooklrn Bats Out Victory.
BROOKLYN. May ft. Brooklyn pulled
Philadelphia out of first place today by
slugging out a victory. 8 to 3. Bell had
the erstwhile league leaders puszled at
critical points, striking out eight of them,
and 'also figured largely in the scoring.
The home team landed hard on Moore In
the fourth, five nsnncrs trooping In. Brown
finished the game and stopped the
Flaughter. In every home game to date,
six in number, the Brooklyns have com
pelled the visiting clubs to change pitchers.
n H.O.A.B. B.H.O.A.E.
Furrh. If 3 1 S 0 1 Grant, lb 5 1 1 1
0 I Alperman, !bt 1
4 1 OKnabe, 2b ... 6 I 1 n
t t OTItun. rf I 0 1 0 0
n o o v ir t I 0 ft 0
K nit us, rf.
0 1 OPransflald. lb 4 0 11 0 0
I .InMin, lb.,
10 0 nntmrne, rf . .. 4 1 1 0 0
t 1 ODoolln. aa ... I 1 0 1 1
0 opooln. r.. I 4 I 0
0 5 1 Moore, p t 0 (V 1 0
.Iirklltsrb. e. 2 0 8 2 A
Totals 0 10 V 11 t Brown, p 1 0 I 0
Shaan ....... 1 0 0 0 0
Totala M I 14 11 1
Batted for Brown In the ninth.
Philadelphia 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0-t
Brooklyn 0 2 0 5 0 0 1 0 8
Two-base hits: Magee. Hummel. Sebrlng.
Hits: . Off Moore, S In four Innings: off
Brown, 2 ln four Innings. Sacrifice hits:
Doolin, Lennox. Stolon bases: Knabe.
Burch. Left on bases: Philadelphia, S;
Brooklvn, 4. First base on balls: Off
Moore, 3: off Brown, 2; off Boll. 1. First
bj on errors: Philadelphia, 2. Hit with
pitched ball: By Bell, Titus. Struck out:
Bv Moore, 4' bv Brown, 3; by Bell. 8.
Time: 1:38. Umpires: Truby and Rlgler.
Cubs Win from Reds.
CHICAGO, May 6. Zimmerman's fielding'
and Stelnfeldt s three long sacrifice flies
won today's game from Cincinnati for Chi
cago, 5 to 2. Only four hits were made off
Overall, one of them, a two-bagger, coming
with men on second and third. Score:
B.H.O.A.E. B. H.O.A.B).
Sherkard, If. 4
irbulte. rf.. . . 4
Ximarman, Sb S
f'hanre. lb. . . 4
snelnfrldt. lb 1
Hnfman, rf... 4
0 0 0 flHngajIni. Sb.. 3
111 Ollakai. rf
1 I fl OLobert. lb..
1 IB 0 1 Mitchell, rf
10 1 0rkirt. If..
10 0 0 Harober. If.
1 1 i ft Kfn. aa. ...
Ill 0 Aulrer. lb .
1 0 S OMrLaan. c,.
SO a ST 30 1
0 10 10
0 0 0 0 0
. 31 4 14 II 5
2 0 1 -6
2 0 0 0-2
Two-base hits: Tinker, Mitchell. Chance,
Zimmerman. Sacrifice files: Stelnfeldt W.
Stolen bases: Stelnfeldt. lobert. Left on
bases: Chicago. 4; Cincinnati. . Bases on
b ill.- rff' Overall. 3. Bases on errors: Chi
cago, 3; Cincinnati. 1. Hit with pitched
ball: Ixihert. Struck out: By Overall, 4;
by Gasper. L Time: 1:40. Umpires: O'Day
At Boston Boston-New York game post
poned; wet grounds. Two games tomorrow.
GAMES IJf AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
Louisville Makes Six Errors and
Loses to Kansas City.
KANSAS CITV Mny 5. Consistent hit
ting by the home team and a bad fifth
Inning for Pitcher Packard of Louis
ville cost the visitors their first game
of the season here today. A half uoz. n
errors bv the Kentuckians had much to
do with their defeat. Score:
KANSAS CITY. LOrtSVTM.B
Shannon, rf . . 1
0 ft Dunleavy, rf . 4
4 0 Woodruff, Sh. I
1 OLanrtrath. rf . 4
Cror-n, aa. ... 4
Barklay. lb. . 6
Braahear. Ib. I
Nrllhhon. If. 4
llillmin, rf. . 4
Hetllns. 3b. ..
Blitar, r 4
1 (i Delthanty. If. 1
0 0 Tue. rf If ... IS
ft a Sullivan, lb. . 4
1 OOhen, lb 4
S 0 Quintan, aa. . S
! ft Palti. r 4
0 ft Halla. p 0 ft 1 0
Packard, p.... S 1 ft I
Totala S4 1 3 27 IS 0
Totala 14 IS 14 14
Kansas City 0 2 1 0 3 1 0 0 7
Louisville 0 0 0 1 1 0 11 0--R
Hita: Off Esslck, 6 In six Innings: off
Brady. 6 In three Innings: off Halla. 1
In one Inning; off Packard. 12 In seven
innlnrs. Two-base litis : Shannon,
Brsdy. Qulnlan. Tate. Three-base hit:
Sullivan Earned runs: Kansas City. 2;
Louisville. 4. Left on bases: Kansas
City 7: Louisville. 9. Sacrifice flies:
Woodruff Sulllvsn. Hetling. Stolen
bases- Shannon (D. Berkley (2). Sulll
vsn. Packard. Double plays: Ohen lo
Qulnlan to Sulllvsn: Dunleavy to Peltx.
Struck out: Bv Esslck. 5; b Brady. 2;
bv Packard. 2. Passed balls! Peltx. 2.
Base on balls: Off Kssl. k. 2: off Brsdv.
2: off Packard. 4. Balk: Packard Wild
pitches: Ksslrk. 1: Packard, I Tl:"ie
2:08. Umpire. Owens.
Hooalrra Defeat Brewers.
MILWAUKEE. May 6 Harry McChes
ney of the visitors was the mean of
besting his former teammates today.
With two men on bases In the seren'h
McChesney drove the ball over the right
field fence for s home run. McGlynn was
unluckv. loose fielding behind him mixed
with hits helping the visitors to (heir
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ALL DNUOQISTa. rik'.'i
band DotiAt for
aw ru'uia mntt
K - XaL
victory. Kuepper. who relieved Cheney
In the fifth. pitched good ball. Score;
a ho a r
1 1 I CHohtnion. m i
I ft I
1 2 0
I I 1
0 0 0
. J " Farrr. ri ....
"Men. ef... 4 a a .ii. ih
4 0 1 1 Rntill. rf .. I
Huraa, ID ..4 o
O'Rnurk. Jh. 4
4 1 oriar. Hh... .4
I I 1 M-rnrtn . tb 4
I'owlry. r. ... 4 4 ftumnatlar. c.l
Itnpkr. aa ... 4 I 1 J 1 Collins. If. . .4
Thenar, p.... 1 ft 1 I 0 MrOlTnn. p. .. I
Kiifppfr. B...1 1 ft 3 a Moran. a 0
Totalt I f7 14 i
Totala J4 27 i? I
Batted for Cheney In fifth.
Milwaukee 0 20210000 5
Indianapolis 0 0 0 0 2 0 4 0 0
Two-base hits: Hoatetter (2). MoOann.
Howlev. Three-base hit: Howley. Home
run: MeChesnev. Hits: Off Cheney. 3 in
I Innings: off Kuepper. 5 In 6 Innings. Sac
rifice hits: Randall. Chadbourne. Stolen
hase: Dandall. Double plays: McGlynn to
McCormlrk to McGann (21. lft on bases:
Milwaukee. 9; Indianapolis, 8. Base on
balls: Off McGlvnn. 3: off Cheney, 4. Hit
by pitched ball: By Kuepper. Barry. Struck
out: Bv McGlvnn, 1; by Kuepper. 4. Passed
ball, "llowley. Wild pitch. Cheney. Time:
8:05. Umpires: King and Eckman.
( nlnnihaa Defeats St. Paul.
ST. PAUL, May 6Geyer held St. Paul
safe today while Columbus bunched hits
off lroy, with errors by Nee, and won
the game. 6 to 2. Score:
fObl'MBI'S. 8T. PAt l..
B H O A K. B. H.O.A.B.
rlirka. If 6 1 1 0 0 Darla. cf 4 0 I 0 0
Odwaii, lb .. . I 1 14 1 OArmb'sier. rf I 0 1 I 0
i onaalton, rf 4 1 0 Hoay. If 0 I
.limn c 4 1 7 0 OFIrnn. lb 4 ! I 0
Kniasr, of ... i 10 0 Parrina. 2b... 1 14 10
Irua, 1 I 4 OCirlsch, c ..4 ft I 0 0
rrlrl, ib 4 I 0 I rockman. lb . 4 1 1 1 1
O'Rourke, III. 11 I I 1 Nee. I 0 1 i
Os)er, p 4 1 I 0 Leroy, p I 1 I 4 0
Totala 40 11 tl 17 1 Tatala SI tl 1ft 4
St. Paul 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 02
Columbus 0 0 0 1 2 1 0 1 0-6
Two-base hits: Flynn, Kruger, l.arue.
Friel. Stolen bases: Flynn, Coekman, Od
well. James, Kruger, Larue, Frlel, Clarke.
Double plav: Armbrueter to Flynn. Base
on balls: Off Leroy, 2: off Geyer, 8. Struck
out: By Irov, 4; by Geyer. 4. Sacrifice
hit: Davis. Left on bases: 8t. Paul. 3;
Columbus, 9. Time: 2:10. Umpire: Hayes.
GAMES IN THE! AMERICA LEAGUE
White Sos Win from apa by Score
of tlx to Five.
CLEVELAND, May 6. Chicago turned
the tables on Cleveland today and won,
to ft. Errors allowed Chicago to score most
of the runs, the squeese play end Btoval's
error allowing Chicago to score three runs
In the eighth Inning. Cleveland got Its
first three runs on a pass, a single, a
double and a triple after two were out in
the first Inning, and two more were made
on a ninth-Inning rally. Score:
Hahn. rf 4 1 0 0 floods, rf I 0 0 0
Aliliar, If.... 1
Uball. lb S
Crarath. rf... S
Ati. Ib 4
Parant, aa. ... 4
flwana, c 4
Tannehlll, 3b 4
0 10 0 Bradley, lb . 4 1 1 4 0
1 It 0 OStovall. lb... I ll 1 1
0 10 0 Lajolt., Ib . . 4 1 I A 0
1 I OCtarks. r I 1 I 1 1
0 0 6 OHInchman. If 4 1 1 0 1
Oil OtVrrtni. n... 4 2 i t 1
ft I 4 tBIrm'ham, rf. 4 1 1 0 ft
19 1 OWrlsht. p I ft 0 t 0
Owen, p 4
-.ETaiterly ....1 0 0
II IT i4 0
Totala ST 10 17 tl 4
Batted, for Wright In ninth.
Cleveland 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 26
Chicago 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 0-
First base on errors: Chicago, 3. Two
base hits: Lajole. Perring, Ats. Bradley.
Three-base hit: Hinchman. Sacrifice hits:
Ats. Altlser 2. Stolen bases: Stovall,
Hahn. Double play: Perring to I-aiJoie to
Stovall. Baaes on balls: Off Wright. 3; off
Owen, 1. ,eft on bases: Cleveland, 8; Chi
cago. 8. Struck out: By Wright. 1; by
Owen, 2. Time: 1:40. Umpires: Kerin and
rn Tork Shuts Out Boston.
NEW TORK, May 6. ln a quick ind al
most perfectly played game. New York de
feated Boston. 2 to 0. Brockett pitching his
second shutout of the season. Arrellanea.
for Boston, twirled grest ball, but s pass
to Cree in the' first, two steals and Chase's
single gave the loesls one run. They made
another In the eighth on hlta by Blair and
Brorkett, Cree's sacrifice bunt and Keeler's
fly to right. The visitors were unable to
bunch their hits on Brockett, who fielded
his position finely. Score:
NEW YORK. BOSTON.
B.H O.A.E. B.H.O.A.E
Craa. rf 1
0 OMrr-nnnall. !b 4
Keelar, rf . . . . I
Than. lb. .. I
Elbsrfeld. Sb. S
Knala. If S
Wan), Zb S
Knight, aa... I
Blair, e I
Brockett, p.. S
0 0 Lord, Ib.
0 0 Speaker, rf.
1 OOestlar, rf..
0 ONllaa. If
1 1 Waanr. aa.
OArrallanea. pt 1 0
Totals SB & 27 14 1 Tofala SI 4 14 12 ft
Boston 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
New York 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 '2
Two-base hit: Speaker. Sacrifice hits:
Speaker, Cree (2). Lord. Sacrifice fly:
Keeler. Stolen bases: Cree (2). l-ft on
bases: Boston, 7: New York. 4. Double
play: Wagner to McConnell to Stahl. Struck
out: By Arrellanes. 1; by Brockett. 4. Bases
on balls: Bv Arrellanes. 2: by Brockett, 1.
Hit with pitched ball: By Brockett, 1.
Wild pitch: Brockett. Time; 1:39. Umpires:
Hurst and Evans.
Senators Win In Mnth.
PHILADELPHIA. Msy 5-Washington
defeated Philadelphia today. Ganley scoring
the winning run In the ninth. Score:
Oanlar. If .1 n 0 ft fttlartaal. H ..H I 1 0 ft
Mi Bride, aa.. I I S C 1 Baker. Sh 4 0 1 1 0
Vnilaub. lb . 6 1 11 0 OColllna. Sb....l 3 111
D'leliantr. Ib I 1 1 4 0 Murphy. rf...l S 2 ft fl
Civ mar. rf ... I 0 ft 0 ftllavla. Ib 1 1 11 1 1
Conroy. 3b-rf. 4 1 i Birr, rf I 0 ft 0
Milan, rf I ft 1 ft OOldrlnf. rf 0 ft 0 t
Srhlpkc. 3b... ft 0 0 0 nnarrr. aa 4 1 1 I ft
Rtrset. r t ft 4 1 0 Thomaa. C....I ft I 1
Smith, p I 1 ft 4 ft Plank, p 4 1 ft I 1
Groom, p 1 4) ft 0 0Coomba 1 ft ft ft ft
Blankenshlp. 10 0 0 0 Heltmullar . 1 ft ft 0 ft
Totala SJ J7 17 1 Totala JT 10 IT 14 4
Batted for Barr In the seventh.
Batted for Oldrlng In the ninth.
Batted for Milan In the eighth.
Philadelphia 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 03
Washington 03000000 1 4
Two-base hit: Barry. Three-base lilts:
Davis. Collins. Hits: Off Smith. 8 In seven
innings; off Groom. 2 In two Innings.
Sacrifice hits: Street. Clvmer. Stolen
bases: Murphy (2), Conroy. Ganley. Double
play: Delehanty to McBrlde to I'nglsub.
I.eft on liases: Philadelphia. 12: Washing
ton, 8. First base on balls: Off Plank, 4;
off Smith, 4: off Groom, 1. First base on
errors: Philadelphia. 1; Waahlngton. 3. Hit
with pitched ball: By Plank, 1 Struck
out: By Plank, 4: by Smith. 4; by Groom.
1. Time: 2:24. Umpires: Egan and Con
nolly. Tigers Win in Tenth.
ST. JXH'IH, May 5. Detroit todav got hut
four hits off Graham, pitcher for St. Louie,
aa against eleven hiis obtained hy St. Loula.
still the visitors won by a score of 3 to 1.
Graham pitched a good game, but an er
ror In the tenth, coupled with a base on
balls and a bit. allowed the Detroit team
to score twice. Score:
ST. LOl'IS DFTROIT.
Hartzall. rf . 4 1 1 1 Mrlnlrra. If.. 4 1 ft ft ft
Frhwallfrr. rf 0
Stona. If 6
Ferr'i. lb . . . 4
Walla fa. as. ..
V Mliami. 2b. i
Jnnr. 1 h . 4
1 SBuih. aa
ft 1 Crawford, rf. .
0 1 Vbh. rf . . .
1 0 Roaaman. tb.
i HO'l,ary. Sh..
I OSrhaafar. 3b.
ft ft Berhendoxf . r.
1 0 Sneer, p
1 OMullln. p
I l'rlr. r 4
; Graham, p S
Totali 31 II 10 IS t Tn'alt 14 4 V 1 I
St. Louis 0 0 I o o rt 0 0 0 01
Detroit 0 1 0 ft 0 0 0 0 0 1-3
Two-pase hits: Cobb. Williams. Wsllsce.
Sacrifice hits; Hartsell. F"errls. Double
I P'ay: Speer to
Berkendorf to Rossman.
Stolen bases: Slone. MclnMre. Bases on
lialla; Off Speer. 1: off Graham. 1. Struck
out: By Graham. 7: by Speer. 2. Hits: Off
Speer. 11 In nine snd two-thirds Innings; off
Millln. none In one-third Inning. Ift on
baaes: St. Louis. II; Detroit. 1. Time: 2:00.
I mpires: O'Loughlln and Perrlne.
Mltrhell Ready for Meet.
M1TCHBIJ.. S. D . May 5.fgpee.l.t
A meeting of the horsemen wis held tcday
to make the preliminary arrangements
for the race meetln winch w ill be ht Id n.
Mitchell. July II. It. and 15. ns a part rf
the Corn Belt lr-jit. The following of
ficers were rlerted: President. W. C. Met
calf; vice president, A. C. Herrv; se-retary,
H. G. Nichols: assistant secretary. J. K.
Smith: treasurer. Frank Woller. Although
the race horsemn sold th driving rrk
grounds to the cltv the tta'k will lie main
tained for public purpose's.
Trottlnc Oueen Is Dead.
PHILADELPHIA. May 6.-Sunol. 2:0Rt.
former queen of the trotting turf, died yes
terday at Newton Square. Pa., where she
was on a breeding farm. 8nno was fosled
In 1&W at the Palo Alto. Cal.. stock farm
of Senator Inland Stanford, her sire being
fUEVKN.VE. Wyo. Msy 6-Speclal.)
Work was begun today m ihn four mile
Bu'omoMle race track which Is to bo built
by the Cheyenne Motor cl
CHALOUPEAIS STILL ELIGIBLE 1
Nebraska' Bif and Clever Tackle
Can Play Again Thii Year.
CLAUSE FOUND THAT FAVORS HIM
Conference Rule that Would Have
ghat Out Cornhusker Star Found
Not to Re Retroactive, and
Ills Case Is Not CoTered.
LINCOLN, May 6. (Special.) A start
ling rumor was circulated on the campus
at the State university this morning to the
effect thst William Chaloupka, left tackle j
on the Cornhuskers' foot ball team for the i
last three years, would be eligible to play I
Intercollegiate foot ball next season. Chal
oupka's three years of partlclpstlon, end
ing last fall, had been considered as closing
his gridiron career, for the Missouri val
ley conference rules permit athletes to
represent their colleges only three years.
But yesterday the university correspondent
for The Bee after reviewing Chaloupka's
record on the Nebraska files, looked up the
Missouri valley conference eligibility rules
and found a c'ause which will allow the
big all-western tackle to play with the
Cornhuskers next fall.
The conference rules state that "No stu
dent shall participate ln Intercollegiate ath
letics for more than three years ln the
aggregate, the years to begin in the first
semester of participation In the game," ;
When this rule was adopted by the con- !
ference, however. It was not made retro- i
active for students who had participated '
ln Intercollegiate athletics prior to Sep
tember 1. 1906. It Is this nonretroactive .
clause that permits Chaloupka to play with j
the Cornhuskers auother season on the 1
gridiron. It being put In the rules to allow ,
students who were playing before that
time to have four years of the game. j
How Chaloupka Stands.
Chaloupka's case Is this: In the spring
of 1908 he won an "N" In track, this be- !
lng before the eligibility rules wero j
adopted. In the fall of 1908 and In each
of the two succeeding years he won an ;
"N" In foot ball. This year makes ha j
seventh semester In Nebraska athletics.
According to the nonretroactive clause of j
the eligibility rules he will be per- j
mltted to play another semester, which
will give him a chance to participate in '
foot ball next fall, his time being up at i
the end of the first semester of next ,
Not sny athlete who plsyed foot bali ;
In the fall of 1908 Is eligible for compe- ,
tltlon next year. bijj. any Hthlm J who '
participated In intercollegiate athletics
prior to September 1, 1906. can play out i
his four years. Chaloupka's winning of j
his track "N" In June, 190K. brings him j
under the nonretroactive clause of the
eligibility rule and allows him to play I
four years, the fourth year ln his cast !
not ending until the close of the first
semester of next year. j
A similar case to that of Chaloupka's ,
came up before the Chicago conference ,
ln dealing with two Chlca-ro and Wist on- j
sin men ln basket ball. They had par- j
tlclpated In basket ball during the sea- j
on of 1905-'A8 and the conference ut- I
elded that since they had played In col- j
lego games prior to September 1, 1906, !
they were eligible to play ln 1908- 03. I
If Chaloupka Is saved to the Cornhusk- j
ers he will add a virt amount of utrenaTtli
to the Nebraska team next season, ln
1907 and 1908 he was selected aa an all
western tackle and played n powerful
game for the Cornhuskers ln Ihe line.
His strength permitted the Cornhuskeis
to score on the Carlisle Indians and to
EVENTS ON THE RUNNING TRACKS
John E. McMillan Wins Feature Han
dicap at l.oalavllle.
LOUISVrLLE, May ft. The crowd at the j
second day's racniK or tiie new Louisville ;
Jockey club was larger than waa expected. ',
In the feature race 01 the day, tne hamiliap '
at a mile and twenty yards, John F. Mc
Millan beat a good field ln a stirring drive
through the at retch ln which all hut Frank I
Fllttner seemed to have a cnance. Only I
one favorite won. Orlandot, winner of the
first race, paid 8471.20 to 85 In the pari- I
mutuels. Showers fell Intermittently during I
the afternoon. Track good. Summaries:
First race, six furlongs: Orlandot (9!). '
Davenport, straight, 34U.20) won. Earls;
Court (104, McGee, place, 9.55i second.
Ciypsy King (104, Taplln, show, 37.75) third.
Time: I;33t. Bonebrake, Estella C, lady i
Vie. May Cell, Mont lee, Minnetau, Raul- I
bert. Bannock Bob. Snake Mary, Rebel !
Queen and Deacon alao ran. '
Second race, four and a half furlongs: '
Duquesne (lis. Powers, straight, 115.26) nun, i
Kiddy Lee (118, Warren, place, 211.26) sec-
ond. Short Order (118. Page, show, 3!) .HO)
third. Time: 0:4S)i. Topland, Forei, Black
Boy and Rokeby also ran.
Third race, six furlongs, purse: Snap (110,
Warren, straight, 852.16) won, Patriot (110,
Shilling, place, 318)) aecond, Star Thistle
(115, Powers, show, 811.35) third. Time:
1:144,. Juan Goldberg. Acqula, Chalice, L.
Greenburg, Console, Haraway and Ander
son also ran.
Fourth race, free handicap. 4-year-olds
and upwards, mile and twenty yards: John
K. McMillan (100. page, straight, 8T: place,
818.3ii; show, 38.50 won. Old Honesty (111.
I.ee, place, IS 9ft; show . 16.55) second, The
Minks (113, HelJel. show 3)1.3)) third. Time:
l;4-i. Don Enrlqje and Frank Fllttner also
Fifth race, 2-year-olds, selling, four and
a half furlongs: Jack Straw (99. Daven
port, straight, 114.75; place. $9.80; show, $8.70) I
won, Betty lister (100, Martin, plac, $2t;.lo;
show. $42.45) second, Salaln (9S, Taplln, I
show, $14.90) third. Time: 0:51S Amelia
Rose, Ixiu Lanier, Brunhllde, Inferno yut'cti ,
and I.otta Creed also ran.
Sixth race, selling, 3-year-olds and up
wards, mile and seventy yards: Creel (Hj, I
Taplin, straight, $8.70; place. $r.6."i; show. I
$.55i won, Colonel Blue t92. Paul, place.
$11.55; show, $7. So) second, Lafayette llll.
Powers, place, $.7o) third. Time: l:4oH.
Grenade. Gambrlnus. Katie Powers and
Lady Ethel) n also ran.
PI.ML1CO. May 6-
First race, four and a naif furlongs:
Beau Chilton (110. Dugan. 9 to 5i won,
Bedmlnster (107. Bergen, 40 to 1) second.
Dalhousle (110, Goldstein. 25 to li third,
lime, u:a5V Kyrat. Kaffaello. jr., Ite
spotisrful. Fauntleroy, B,-lle Mawr, Key
bunrn, 'ihe Speaker and Inspection also
Second racr. mile: Takahlra (ion, Dev
erich. 8 to li won. Bonnie Kelso (94, I'pion,
5 to 2) second, Dispute (9T. Itussell, 15 to 1)
third. Time, 1 ;4- Lally, Belle Scott,
Plantland. King Avondale, Aderl and Ales
tern also ran.
Third rare, the Severn, purse, selling, six
furlongs: St Jeanas (18, Doverlch, 5 to I)
won. Sally Preston (119, Martin, 16 to 1)
second, Taboo (Mi. Ilavnee. ti to 1) third.
Time. 1:13S- Lurid. Mia. Sewell, Indomita
ble, Maude Slgsbte, Ski line, Cunning and
Ida D. also ran.
Fourth race, owners' handicap, steeple
chase about two miles: Touchwood (147.
Stone, 7 to 10) won. Waterway (151, Wil
llama, 4 to 1 second, KentuTVv Beau (142,
Allen. IS to 1) third. Time, 4:i2. Pirate,
Octopus and Canvas also ran.
Fifth race, selling, six furlongs: Red
River (114. Mclntyre, 1 to 61 won. Con
sistent (l7, McCaghey 7 lo 1) second, Mys
tlfver (lo4. Russell. 40 to 1) third. Time.
1:13V Andulsla. Coon. Oscar T.. Blrd
slsyer. Tilllnghast and Rye alao ran.
Sixth rare, mile and sixty yards: Ruxtnn
(95. Ie, 2i to 1) won. Beaucowp (111, Du
gan, 9 to b second. Great Jubilee (94. I.ang,
15 to 1) third. Time. 1:16V West Over,
Murlock. Olive Fly. Zeber. Gus Helm.
Millstone. Kings Plate and Fl Oro also
Seventh race, one mile, selling: Smoker
(111. Lelbert, 15 to 1, to I, 8 to 1) won.
Lad of Langdon (111. Harty, II to 6. even,
3 te 5 second. Hill Top (99. Crowley, 11 to
5. even. 2 to 5) third. QuanMro. Blsck
Mouse. Cheek, Belle of Jessamine. Dander.
Miaa Marjorte, Wilton Laxkays and Mar
garet also ran
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Base Ball War
Abrogation of Rfvissd Agreement
Said to Mean Attempt of Asso
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CHICAGO. May 5. Thst annthe' base
ball war is scented by close followers of
the politics of the national pastime in tiie
announcement of the national commission
that the revised nstinnnl agreement aa
framed up to suit t lie American associa
tion and the Eastern league Iims been abro
gated through the failure of these two
leagues to sign the Instrument within the
time limit set. Is sssettcl by the Dally
News today. This paper says:
"That the AmeMcan association Is silil
actively but secretly trying to arrange for
an Invasion of Chicago, thus bringing about
another base ball war. Is the opinion of
many leaders of the two msjor leagues."
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winter which gave these two leagues a
special rating that the privileges of dratt
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Trolling Hoard of Appeals Meet.
CHICAGO, May 5 The hoard pf appeals
of the American Trotting UKHCsiution uiet
here today. A prosperous year tor harness
raring is In eight acrnrillng to the mein
ters It Is pstimHird nboul tl.omnm wm
lie distributed on the various t'laSHt-s this
year, despite J he stringent anti-betting
laws now In effect throughout the coun
try. In Ihe grand clua alone nearly $700.
tuin will be distributed, aa the announced
Ktakes. iiuiulK Hs and futurities figure up
AnrtoiiK the members were: President W.
P. IJames, Terre Haute. Ind.; Vlro Presi
dent T. H (Jill. Milwaukee, Wis; N. J.
Coleman, St. Niuis, Mo.; C. H. Madden,
Mendol, III.; J. (.'. Simpson, Des Moines,
la.; Secretary W. H. Knight, Chicago.
Dr. Roller Will l.o lo Rurope.
DF.S MuINKS. la.. May 5 Dr. B. F.
Roller, the Seattle surgeon-wrestler, just
before leavinx for Chicago tonight stated
thst be would re-enter the pugilistic arena
"I shall go to Purls where I am going
after some of the Kngllsli and French bat.
tlera. 1 expert to Hurt sometime this sum
mer after my theatrical contract expire.
I will not aprar In a prize ring In tills
iiiiintry again till I have made a record
In Kurope. I will keep on wrestling though.
o SKIM DISEASES