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MAHA LOSES TO WICHITA
Yes, An Umpire's Job Is Easy-
Drawn for The Bee by "Bud" Fisher
ix Runs in Eighth Inning Fail to
Win for ttourkes.
ELEVEN TO SEVEN IS THE SCORE
Jobbers Bunch lilts in Fifth nnit
Eighth Inning for Ten of Their
k Scores VUltorii Use Five
"WTCinTA, Kan.. Mar li-(Speclal Tel
t gram.) Wichita, won the opening Kmo
of tho Omaha aerie. 11 to 7, by bunchlnic
Mia tn the fifth and eighth Innings.
Omaha tued five pltchem trying to check
the hitting of the Jobbers. The Itourkes
staged a batfest of their own tn theH
eighth and chased acroas six runs on
seven hits. -
Terry opened for WlchlU and held the
31ourkes to two hits In the four innings
foe worked. Thomason singled In the first
with two down, but was out stealing.
Coyle beat out a hit to Perry to start the
(fourth. Perry turned his ankle as he
fielded the ball, but was able to finish
the Inning. Thomnson sacrificed and
teoyle took third. Kane's sacrifice fly
Thomas held the Rourkea safe until the
eighth, when a batting rally was staged,
"rugate singled. Justice flew to left.
Coyle got a Texas leaguer. Thomaaon hit
to Hughes. Thomason was safe at first
and Hughes failed to tag Coyle. Fugate
did Into-thlrd and gave his angle a slight
wrench. Arbogast ran for him. Kane
singled, scoring Arbogast. Congalton
was out at first, Coyle scoring. Sheatak
singled to center, counting Thomason and
Kane, Bchlpke singled. Grubb singled,
.coring Shostak. Neff, batUng for Fu
igst the second time around, wns hit by
in pitched" ball. Justice hit to short, Rapp
footing the ball. Schlpke scored. Coylo
Jilt to Thomas. Qrubb was out at home
Aoolecato held tho Jobbers safe for,
tour Innings, allowing but four scattered
Mts. A baso on balls In the fifth, fol
lowed by two doubles and a single, re
sulted in Robinson coming to the rescue.
A baso on balls, a single and a double
caused Hicks to bo called to the firing
line. A single scored one off Hicks, but
Orubb epekred a liner for the third out.
A slngls and a double scored ono off
JHcks in the sixth. Two doubles and a
single In the seventh eliminated Hlcka
and Fugate took his turn.
A single wns secured off Fugato, count
ing one more run. Closman pitched tho
eighth with no moro damage. Score:
Mlddleton. cf 6
Huston, rf v" 3
Koemer, lb. ...4 R
Hughes, lb ......6
Pettigrew, If "3
Callahan, tb 4
iPerry, p............. 0
Thomas, p 3
Totals .., U M 3J 14 3
I AB. R. II. O. A.
Justice. as 5 2 2 ??
Coyle. If . 6 2 '2 1 1
Thomason, of 4 1 2 3 0
Kane, lb. 3 12 9 2
Congalton, rf 4 0 0 1 0
Johnson, o .....3 0 13 1
tthfestak, o 3 1110
Chlpke. Ib ,. 4 1 2 t 0
Qrubb, 34 4 0 2.1 3
Applegate. V I 0 0 0 0
Robinson, p., 0 0 0 0,
1 licks, p..; 0 0 0 0 1
l'ugate. M. 1. 0 1 0 1
Oousman. p......... 0 0 0 0 0
Arbogast ........... 0 10 0,0
Neff 0 0 0 0 0
AUIAIV ...a...... PW I
Ran for Neff In eighth
.SO 7 13 24 13 1
Batted for Fugate In eight.
Omaha 0 001000607
tWIchlta 0 0 0 0 7 1 3 0 N
Lef ton bases: Wichita, S; Omaha, 8.
6acrtftce hits: Thomason, Kane, Congal
ton, Castle. Perry. Three-base hits: Br
iter Koerner, Mlddleton. Castle, Rayy (I),
Thomas, Hughes. Btolcn bases: Qrubb,
Mlddleton. lilts: Off Perry, 2 tn four In
nings; off Thomas, 11 In five Innings;
off Applegate, 7 tn four and two-thirds
Innings; oft Robinson. 2 In ono inning;
oft Hicks, 7 in two and one-third innings.
Double plays; . JVapp to Mlddleton ' to
Koerner, Rapp to Hughes to Koerner.
Struck out: By Thomas, 2; by Hicks, 1,
by Cloustnan, 1. Bases on balls: By
Terry, 2; by Applegate. 1; by Robinson.
It by Hicks, l; by Fugate. 1. Hit by
pitched ball: By Thomas, Neff. Time:
2:00. Umpire: Segrlit,
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erer, Christopher Columbus
What did he discover?
He discovered the FRAGRANCE
that's in Stag tobacco.
He discovered the GREAT IDEA
f buying: HALF as much at a time,
and always smoking FRESH to
bacco. He discovered theCONVENIENT
I Cent Tin. " EVER-LASTWrt-LY M"
AJVTBIjOPBS LOSB FAST OAMK
Knock Chellette Ont of nor,
Then Unnlile to "Win.
LINCOLN'. Nob., May 13,-Llncoln loot
a hard-fought game to St Joseph today
by a score of 5 to 4. Afttr knocking
Chellette out of the box and gaining the
lead tn the sixth Inning, the locals suc
cumbed to the heady pitching of
Crutcher, the visitors landed with effect
on Dessau for the necessary two runs to
put them ahead. Bcorei
h. ro. a.
Lloyd, 2b. 4
Mullen, lb 4
3 3 4
Cobb, rf 3
Totals 32 . 4
S 27 13
AB. It. II. PO,
Kelly. If 6
II. Watson, o 4
O, Watson, rf. 4
Zwllllng, lb 4
Westersll. lb 3
Ochs, 2b , 3
Melnke. ss 4
Griffith, o 4
Chellette, p. 3
Crutcher, p 1
6 10 27 IS
Batted for Chellette tn seventh.
Lincoln 0 00202000-4
St. Joseph 2 0100020 0-5
Earned runs: Lincoln, s: St. josepn, z.
Two-base hlta: Cobb, McCormlck, .wllr
ling. R. Watson. Sacrifice hits: Cobb,
McCormlck, It. Watson, Ochs. Btruck
out: Hy Dessau, ft; by Chellette, 1; by
Crutcher, 3, Bases on balls: Off Dessau,
I. inta: mi uneneue, 0 in six lnnuiKa,
off Crutcher, 1 tn three Innings. Winning
pitchers Crutcher. Double plays: Lloyd
to Collins. Lett on Dases: incoin, ,
St. Joseph, & Tlmo: 1:61. Umpire: gig
ler. TOPEKA EASILY TRIMS SIOUX
Find White for
TOPEKA, Kan., May 13. White was
easy for Topeka's batters and the locals
won from Sioux City easily. Cocreham.
although batted freely, kept the hit
Cochran. 3b........... 4
Lee, If 4
Forsythe, cf 4
McLarry, rf 4
Rapps, lb. ,.......)... 3
French, ss..... 3
McAllester. c 3
C. Smith, 3b 3
Cochreham, p... 3
Total 31 14 27 0
AB. R, II.
J. Smith, 2b 4 0 2
Cooney, ss., 4 0 1
Clarke, If 4 1 1 ,
Davidson, of 4 1 2
llreen, rf 4 1-3
Lindsay, lb 4 0 0
James, 3b 3 0 0
Rapp, c 4 0 1
White, p 3 0 0
Doyle, p 0 0 0
Stanage 1 0 0
3 '10 34 IS 0
Batted for Doyle In the ninth.
Topeka 0 1 0 3 0 0 3
Sioux City.... 0 0 0 1 1 0 0
Three-base hit: C. Smith. Two-base
hits: Lee, Cochran. McAllester, Breen,
Clarke. Sacrifice hits: French. Cooney.
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Standing of Teams
...17 6 .773
Phlla 14 6 .700
Brooklyn ..16 8 .067
St. Louls.,,14 11 .500
Chicago ...IS 12 .UA
Doston 9 13 .40)
Pittsburgh 1 1
Cincinnati.. 6 19 .240
Columbus.. 15 10 .000
Lou1ivlll..rS 13 .536
Indlanap's..l3 13 .020
Mllwaukec.14 13 .519
Mlnncap'ff..l4 14 .50)
Kan. City.. 14 14 .500
Toledo 11 15 .423
St. Paul. ...11 16 .407
St. Joseph. 14 8
Lincoln ...12 8
Omaha ...10 13
Dea M'lnes.10 1'
Topeka ... 0 13
Hloux City 7 U
Phlla 17 6 .773
Cleveland. .17 9
Wash 14 8
Chicago ...16 13
St. Louis. .13 16
Boston ....10 15
Detroit ... 8 18
New York. 7 17
8t Joseph, 5; Lincoln, 4.
Des Moines, 11: Denver, 6.
tSloux City, 3; Topeka, 6.
Omaha, 7; Wichita, 11.
Pittsburgh, 4; Philadelphia, 6.
Cincinnati, 3; Brooklyn, 9.
Chicago, 3; New York, 8.
St. Louis, 4; Boston, 1
New York, I; Cleveland, 6.
Boston, 0; Detroit, l.
Washington, (; St. Louis, 7.
Western League St Joseph at Lincoln.
Dea Moines at Denver, ttioux City at To
peka, Omaha at Wichita.
National League Pittsburgh at Phila
delphia, Cincinnati at Brooklyn, Chicago
at New York, bt. Louis at uoston.
American League Boston at Detroit,
New York at Cleveland, Philadelphia at
Chicago, Washington' at St. Louis.
American Association Indianapolis at
St. Paul. Columbus at Minneapolis, To
ltdo at Kansas City, Louisville at Mil
waukee. Sacrifice fly: Rapp. Double play: White
to Cponey to Lindsay, Stolen bases:
bases; McLarry, Forsythe, Urecri (3).
lilts: Off White, 13 In seven Innings;
off Doyle, 1 In one Inning. Bases on balls:
Off Cocreham, Z. tftrucu out: By Coch
reham, 3; by White, 3; by Doyle, L Time:
l:W. Umpire: Anderson.
DES MOINES TAKES IN DRNVIIH
bousters W'jiIIou Urlsslles la First
Oauto of Series.
DENVER, May IS. Des Moines won
ih e nrst game 01 the scries from Denver,
1 to 0. iioui Moron ana Harris were
Wild and Inerioctlvo wltn men on bases.
Moran walked four men' at critical mo
menta. Harris also walked four men and
forced In two runs In tho filth inning.
Tho batting of Ilahn and Jones featured
for Des Moines and Gllmore for Denver.
AR n IT.
O. A. E.
4 0 0
0 0 0
0 0 0
3 2 0
13 1 0
8 0 0
0 3 0
0 2 0
0 0 0
3 0 0
35 11 0
O. A. E.
5 5 0
3 3 0
0 0 1
4 5 0
8 2 0
3 0 0
5 3 0
27 17 "l
. 8 0 06
Gllmore, If , 5 3 3
Caaatdy, rf...., 4 0 2
Channel), cf 110
Quillin. 3b 2 o'l
French, 2b 4 0 3
Fisher, lb!.. 1 3 0 0
Block, o .4 0 1
Matthews, ss 4 10
Moran. p 10 0
Harris, p 3 13
Butcher, of.. ,.... 3 0 0
Total .33 6 U
AB. n. II.
Ilahn. rf 5 2 3
Andreas, 2b.....,.... 4 8 3
iox, u 5 0 1
Hunter, cf 4 10
Rellly, ss 8 1 0
Jones, lb ,4 3 3
Leonard, 3b.. 03
SlelKht. a. ..4 'l 1
Huston, p 3 '1 0
Totals ....37 U IB
Denver , 3 0 0 0 0 1
Des Molnee 0 1 1 3 6 0 0 0 011
Stolen bases: Pox, Leonard. Harris.
Two-base hits: AndreaallnSfe. Jonei
Three-base, hit: Jones. Sacrince hits:
IVH'Ift S'!. Sle,?Jit' Fox- struck
1 y toran- li by. Items. 2: by Hus-iWxf:-?!?'
,'SnbaU' .ott itoran. 4;
a," a 5" wiareao 10 Jones to
Elelsht. Andreas tn Jnn tt.m,.
Jones. Hit bv nltnhcvl Kail. llv, V-...11
lln. Teft on bases: Denver, 6: Des
IOlnes, It Innings pitched: By Moran.
tnree and two-thirds, runs. 8; hits. 6; bv
HarrlsJ five and a third, runs, 8; hits, 7.
Time: 3:11. Umpire: rtuslmmons.
British Polo Ponies
Come Over on Liner
NEW YORK!, May lS.-Flrty.four nolo
ponies, the best that British mid rnnlrl
buy, were unloaded from the steamship
Minneapolis today and sent to the stables
of the Pipping Rock Country club on
Long Island, In readiness for the Interna
tional poio matches In June,
The ponies, entered under a VAoaa bnn
are valued at 1100,000,' and no human
travellers naa better care durtna- th
voyage from England. Thirty red sweat-
reo. grooms attended them. The pontes
will be fed selected hay and T:mrllh n.t.
during their stay. Six of the ponies were
here two years ago when the British
team lost its second match to the Ameri
cans. The British army officers who win h.
In the International matches at Meadow
Brook are due here this week on the
GRAND ISLAND LEAGUERS
DEFEAT SCOTIA PLAYERS
SCOTIA. Neb.. May ll-(Rpeclal.)--Scotla
met with' Us" first defeat of the
season at the hands of Grand Island
lesguers here yesterday. Grand Island
snowea the class of a real ball club
(Notwithstanding defeat at the hands of
this team. Bootla showed their ability.
especially cook In the box. Score:
Bcotla ...... OOoOoonn nn 1 1
Gd. Island t. V A m vvvvu O 4 m f
Batteriesk Bcotla. Ctook. and Ammer
man; GrarK Island, Fentress, Sautter
and Coe. UrV'Ires: Mead and McDon
rsrn Kr suits.
Mobile, ; Ni
GIANTS WINJASY YICTORY
Defeat Cubs, Finding Toney in the
Third, Fourth and Fifth.
EEUHLBACH HAMMERED HARD
Tesrenn ettenriy1 In Pinches, Strik
ing Out Zimmerman, Chlcniio's
Henvy Hitter, Three
NEW YORK, May 13. Now York cosily
defeated Chicago here today, 8 to 2. To
day, the first Chicago pitcher wont well
for two innings, but tho champions hit
him freely in the third, fourth nnd fifth
Innings. Ciymer batted for Toney In tho
sovonth and Rculbach, who finished for
Chicago was hammered even harder than
his predecesor. Tesreau for New York
wns a trifle wild, but steadied in the
He struck out Zimmerman, the Cubs'
heavy hitter, three times. The locals
were speedy on tho paths, stealing six
bases on Archer on Bresnahan. In four
times up Meyers got two singles and a
double and drew a pass. Merklo hit two
triples and a single, Score:
CHICAGO. KBW YOHK.
An. ft n Am An it n ft tf
miner, cr... ( 14 0 ODuntt, It.... 4 0 4 0 0
Phlin. tb.. 4
Mllchall. It. a
Zlmnnan 3b 4
Salar, lb.... I
Ooode, rf... I
Drldwtll. sa I
Dreanabn. e. 1
OShtfer, cf... 4
0 Plttclver, is (
3 Doris, lb... I
1 Murray, rf.. 4
oM.rkle, lb., t
OHertoc lb.. I
0Mrr c... I
0Thorpe .... 0
OWIjAon. e... 0
OTisreau, p.. 4
Toney, p.... I
Clrmtr ... 1
lleulbacb. n 0
teb ..... I
0 ToUta.. ...! 27 HI
ToUlt u n 11 1
Heraog out, hit by batted ball.
Batted for Toney in the seventh.
Batted for Raulbach In thfr ninth.
Ran for MnrtoM In thri v-nth
(Chicago .....0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 13
New York 0 0 1 1 2 0 3 1 -&
' .tWA-.N.. .BIp
First' bftg tin errors: Kuw York. 3.
Two-base hits: Uridwell, Meyers. Three-
base hits: JHerklo .(2; Fletcher. Sacri
fice files: Burns. Murray. Stolen' bases:
Doyle, (2): Hersog. (3)1 Murray, Tesroau.
9. Base on balls; Off Tesrcau. B; off,
juncy. d; on nsuiaacn, 1. curucKOiu:
By Tenreau, i; byiToney; l; by Iteulbactu
1. Hit .by Pitched. ball: By .Tesreau,
Goode: bvtronfiv.'AT)nvtft Wild ' nlmhi
rronev. HltsOffTToney. 7 in -six'"ln-i
nmgs: of f H0lMJ(.-6 Mm Uyoinrilnga
urooKiyn hum -rnirn BiriiKni.
BROOKLVlNi' NT"Y'. MaV 13. nrook.
lvn tnnlf IfM thlpH trnlirt.J im.tin fpnm
Cincinnati today 9 to 3. The. visitors got
a ieua ot inrce runs in their first two
Innings by batting Alien hard but Curtis
neiu iiieiu runicss .inu rri oi me wayy
Brooklyn fell On Frommeo jiltchlng In
the second, and scored six runs o(j seven
hits, a pass, - and two steals, a wild
pitch and an error.
That was enough to win, but they
knocked Fromme out ot the box in the
fifth, when, two sinnles and Fisher's
leng triple scored two more runs. Betts,
a semi-professional from Cincinnati fin
ished the game and 'allowed but one hit,
nsners second three-bagger, on .wnicn
he scored on the help of Miller's sacri
fice fly. A sensational one-hand catch
bv Bates of Daubert'B line drive against
the rleht field wall was a feature. Score:
natea. cf . 4 1
Ueckar. If... 4 1
0 Moran, Tf. . 4
OCutihaw, lb 4
lBtenael. cf.. I
0 Wheat, If ... 4
ODaubert. lb. I
lBmltb, lb... 4
0 Mil ler, o.... 1
0 Allen, p 0
oCurtla, p.... I
Tinker, li. . 4 1
lioblllil. lb 4 I
Mariana, cf. 4 1
urinamr im I
Grant, lb.... 4 o
Kline, e.,... 4 t
Fromma, p., 2 1
DalU. p...., 1 0
Total! II 10 14 t 3 Total! II 13 17 It 0
Batted for Betts In ninth.
Batted for Allen In second,
Cincinnati 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-3
Brooklyn 0 6 0 0 3 0 0 1 8
Left on bases: Cincinnati. 6; Brooklyn.
4. Two-base hits: Kllng. Fromme. Three-
base hits: Becker. Fisher (2). Sacrifice
fly: Miller. Stolen bases: Marsans. Sten
gel. 'Wheat (2). Double plays: Daubert
to Fishery Daubert. Base on balls: Off
Fromme, Tf off Betts, 3. Struck out: By
Allon. 1: by Curtis. 2: by Fromma. 4.
Hit by Ditched ball: Br Betts. Marnnl
"Wild pitch: Fromme. Hits: Off Al
len 5 In two innings: off Curtis, 6 in
so en Innings', off Fumme, 11 In four
and two-thirls innlritrs: off Betts. 1 In
three and one-third Innings. Time: 1:40.
umpires: uigier ana tiyron.
PHILADELPHIA. May 13.- Plttsbur
mct with Its seventh straight defeat n
mo can wnen .uasee won too ay s game
here for Philadelphia with i home run.
anve into ine ten fieio oieacners in .the
ine nnai score was 5 to 4. 'The visi
tors twice held the lead and they tied
the score in elKhth Innlnar on Carv'
single and Wagner's double. Home runs
played a big part in the event. Miller's
four basTKer nut Pittsburgh In. front In
the second Inning and home runs by Cra-
vatn ana aiasee toox ine ieaa irom tne
visitors in tho sixth and eighth ses
AD II O A E All 11 O A E
Menaor. et i t S 0 Opatkert, tf.. I 0 1 ft 0
Oar, It 4 111 OKnaba. lb. 4110
viaz, zb. j o u i oijbort. lb. o 4 1 0
TOWKlli SUPPLY COSIPAXY
Auto Supplies 2110 Fu-aUuh
1 OMntH, It... I
0 OCrinuh, rf.. S
0 Otadtrui, lb. S
1 ODooUh. bs. . t
1 OEKWlD, C....1
2 OBeiton, p...S
0 uAIeundr, 't- 0
Hrtt ..... I
Totals 11 8 It 10 0
1 Totala...'..10 10 10 0
Batted for Beaton In seventh.
Batted for Simon in ninth.
Pittsburgh 0 J 0 0 I 0 0 1 M
Philadelphia 0 0200201 -fi
Two-base hits: Knabe, Dooln (J), Wag
ner. Three-base hit: Wilson. Home runs:
J. Miller. Cravath, Magee. Hits: Off
Beaton, C in seven innings; oft Alexan
der, 2 In two Innings. Sacrifice fly:
Vlox. Double play: Knabe and Doolan.
Left on bases: Pittsburgh, I; Philadel
phia, 3. Bases on balls: By Camnltz, 2;
by Scaton. 2. Hit by pitched ball! By
Beaton, Menzor. Struck out: By Cam
nltz, 1; by Seaton, 4; by Aloxnnder, 1.
Time: 1:40. Umpires: Brennan and
Brave Meet Reverse.
BOSTON. May 13. Boston's string ot
victories was broken today when St.
Louis won. 4 to 3. Perdue was effective
except In the fourth and fifth Innings.
Bt. Louis scored one run in the fifth and
tallied three more in the fifth when, after
two men had singled and tallied, three
moro in the fifth on singles nnd a triple.
Boston scored Its three runs In the .fourth
when after two meii had singled, Mann
hit to. left field. The ball got by Magee
and all three Boston runners crossed the
plate. Boston got two men oh bases In
the ninth, with one out, but a. pop fly,
and a strikeout ended the game: Score:
Maranrll. nil 1 1 lHutclm. lb. 2 1 1 0
Mitra. lb... 4
t 0 OMasee, If.x. 4 1111
1 0 OMowrejr, Sb. 4 1 1 t 1
3 t OKnetchr lb 3 0 11 0 0
0" 0' 0Ebeckar4,.rf 4 110 0
1 0 OOakea. cf.,.. 4,1.1 0 0
1 1 OO'Ueary. as. 4 1 3 1 0
S 1 OWInao, e.... 4 1 t 1 0
1 1 odrlner, p... 10 0 10
0 0 0 ToUll tl 10 27 11 1
0 0 0'.
0 0 0
0 0 0
Connellf, If. 4
Sweener, lb 4
Tltua, rf.... 4
Mann, cf.... 1
Derlln, lb.. 4
Whaling, c. 2
ilUrlden, e.. 0
Perdue, p. . 1
McDonald . 1 J
Seymour , . 0 0
Collins ...0 0
Kirk. 1 o
Total 14 M 1
Boston 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0-3
Ut. LOUIS ...0 0 0 1 30' 0 0.0-4
Two-basn hits: Hutrelns.- Three-base
"hits: Orlner, Magee. , Bacrlflno i hit:
Grlner. Stolen base: Maranvllle. Con-
ntlly, Titus, Magee, Mowrey. Double
plays: Whallns and Sweeney. Left on
bases. Boston. .5: St.. Louis: 6. Bna on,
balls: Off-Perdue. 1: off Grlner. L'Struck-
ouf. ...By Perduo, &: by Grlner. 6. Tim.
1:58. Umpires: O'Djny nnd Emslle.
BELLEVUE AfJD "WESLEY AN
IM DO.UBLE HEAUEfl'TOPAY
. Tho ellevus.cplIeeracV.andTfn
tca,Tn' will" meet 'ih'ev.feams re'piiepflngi
AJafz Hidln,o itntUAp.bv 4Utm aft-
noon on the local athletic grounds.- The
traj5k meet scheduled for last Saturday
will be called Kf 1 p'clock 'and the base
boll games .between the"twp. schools will
follow the trafckvevents,
' The most sanguine of track supporters
arc not expecting a victory over the
Wesley an team, which has been strength
ened by the return of McCandless and
has lost none of last year's men. The
BeUevue team, which defeated the Coy
otes In lost year's dual contest have
been weakened by the loss of two star
men, Paulson and R. Quackenbush, and
the now material this year has been slow
to develop. However, the locals while
weak In the sprints and some of the
field events, are stronger this year than
last In the weights and aro hopeful of
placing In tho distance events.
On the contrary the base ball team Is
In the pink of condition and is, looking
forward to a victory over the-Wesleyan
ball artists. Boiling and Quackenbush
will constitute tho pitching stafft with
Haswell, Halderman, Ohmon -and Stookey
In the Infield. Maxwell, Patterson -and
Benderson wl(l play In the gardens and
t,h .team will be In condition to do the
best work of the season.
The day following the contest with
Wesleyan, the base ball team wilt lelve
on a week-end trip to the .southern part
of the state playing Cotner, Doane and
Wesleyan, . . 1
LOUISVILLE, Ky., My 13.-Froglegs, a
4-year 'cold, broke a world's .record for
running horses, when he ran a mile and
twonty yards 'at Churchill Down In -the
third race today in 1:39 flat. The Impost
was 107 pounds and Jockey Peak was In
the saddle. -
The forrner record was 1:40. Held Jointly
by the horses Macy, "Maid Marian ;and
six shooters, 'each ot whlctveet the mark'
at the old Washington park track at Chi
cago. Johnny Kling in
CINCINNATI, Oa, May 11 The Na
tlonal base ball commission' today pro
nounced John G. Kllng In good .standing
without the Imposition ot a penalty. This
was done on his representation that his
failure to report to the Boston club of
the National league for service during the
season of 1913 was due to 'a termination
to give all of his time and attention to
his. business Interests at Kansas City.
KNOWN GAMBLERS ARE
BARRED FROM GROUNDS
BOSTON, May IS. A further step In the
campaign to rid base ball of the gambling
element among the spectators was taken
tody when admission to1 the- National
league grounds was refused all persons
whom the management claimed to reo
ogulea as gamblers.
Managers nf -visiting National league
teams have declared that.there wasmore
open betting at the local diamond than at
any other park in the league.
Ualon Association Ileasltaw
Salt Lake, IS. Missoula, 4.
' Ogdtsv 4; UeUna. tV
1 Miller. It 3
Wltion. it,. 4
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O'CONNOR WINS HIS SUIT
Louis American Club Must Pay
Him Five Thousand Dollars.
JURORS OUT A HALF HOUR
Former Manager of Brorrns Ordered
Dlsmlased on Chnrne of Favor
Ins; Lajole ARalnst Ty Cobb.
ST. LOUIS, May 13.-The St. Louis
American- league base ball club must pay
Jack O'Connor 35,000, the amount he
would tiavo received In salary had ho not
been discharged as manager prior to the
opening of the 1911 season, a Jury !n the
circuit court decided tonight. The trial,
which had occupied the court all day,
came to a close with unexpected sudden-nes.-.
The Jurors were out only thirty
O'Connor claimed ho had been engaged
to manage the St. Louis team for both
tho. 1910. and 1911 seasons, but that he was
dismissed at the end of 1910. A deposition
was filed In the case today by President
Ban Johnson, stating that he had ordered
O'Connor'dlsmlsscd on the ground that he
had instructed Third Baseman John Cor-,
rlden to play far b6hlnd third base when
Napoleon Lajole was at bat In the final
double-header with Cleveland of the sea
son of 1910.
At that time there was great rivalry
between Lajole and Ty Cobb ot Detroit
for premier batting honors and an auto
mobile had ben offered as a prize to the
winner. Lajole secured eight hits in
eight times at bnt In the double-header
and came within a fraction of tying
Sidney Cook, who witnessed the game
from the grandstand, testified that he
had heard O'Connor Instruct his team to
favor 'their Cleveland opponents. He said
he heard O'Connor tell Pitcher Malloy to
give bases on balls-to certain Cleveland
batters ( and In one instance .heard him
Instruct Malloy to hit Manager McQulre
with the ball. These instructions, the
witness sold, had tho effect of 'bringing
Lajole to 'bat every other lnnlpg. ' Cook;
also testified he . hearfl O'Connor swear
at Third. Baseman Cocrlden for rieldtng
one of Lajole'fi bunts.
D. Cronrtelm testified he heard the in
structions to tho players, but said, he was
not sure as to tho Identity of the voices
O'Connor denied that he had favored
Lajole or that he had criticised Corrlden
for fielding as many of the Frenchman's
hits as he did. He denied that he had
given the instructions concerning which
Cook and Cronhelm testified.
Told tn Play Back.
Corrlden's deposition also was filed. He
said O'Connor had instructed him when
Lajole came to bat to play back, but
said that O'Connor had not intimated
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that this was to assist Lajole.
After tho game, he testified, O'Connor
told him that had he played, up close he
"would have gotten his legs knocked
oft" President Hedges of the St. Louis team
denied that he discharged O'Connor at
the 'order 6f Ban Johnson. He also said
that between 3500,000 and 3T00.000 had been
Invested In the St. Louis Americans and
that In the last three years 3100,000 had
been spent in strengthening the team.
Mr. Hedges said that he attended tho
double-header in question, and at the
time made no protest at the work of the)
St. Louis players.
Cambridge Meets Detent.
BEAVER CITY. Neb., May 13. (Special
Telegram.) The Beaver City High school
defeated Cambridge High school by a
score of 2 to 1. The game was a pitchers'
battle from the first. Wllburn of Beaver
City had the better of It. not allowing
a hit until the first half of the ninth in-,
nlng when two hits scpred the tlelng-njn.
Beaver City's third baseman featured at
the but. making three hits arid scoring
the first run in the fifth on a hit, a
steal and two passed balls.
York Defentx Peru. - '
YORK, Neb.. May 13.-(SpecIal Telegrams-Peru
and York played tho last
pre-season gamo this afternoon, restlltlnir
8 to 1 In favor vt York. This mukes nine
games for York with one defcut by Brun
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Botteries: Osborne, Everdon and
Brown: Davis and Lively.
NEW YOR.K, May 13.-Johriny Evers,
manager of the Chicago National league
team, has been suspended for thro days
by President Lynch as a result of Evers
removal from the game with New York
yesterday by Umpire Orth.
Coast Lenirue Results. '
San Francisco t
Oakland , .'..V...'.' 3
Northwestern Leascae Results.
Portland. 4: Victoria, 3.
Seattle, 1; Vancouver, 0.
Spokane, 2; Tacqnia, 0.
MRS. RUSSELL HARRISON
LEAVES CAPITAL FOR OMAHA
(From a Staff Correspondents
WASHINGTON, .May 13.-(SpecIal Tel
egram.) Mrs. Russell H.' Harrison left
here this" evening for Omaha, accom-
paiwcu uy nsr aaugnier, airs. Alary will-
larris, Jr., and thb lat'ter's young daugh
ter nnlv fl fW mnnthn M f-' wtrt.
lams wilt stop for a week's visit, fn Chi
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cago with Mrs, Albert Dean Currier at
Evanston, while Mrs1. Harrlfjpn and her
little granddaughter will Join Mrs. Har
rison's mother, Mrs. AlVin Saunders. In
their country home near Omaha.
Mrs. Saunders, accompanied by her
grandson, William Henry Harrison, third,
who spent the winter In Washington,
returned to Omaha several weeks ago.
Mrs. Williams will go on to Omaha .about
the end of the month and with her young
daughter will spend the summer there,
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