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THE BEE: OMAHA, "WEDNESDAY, MAY 14, 1013.
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BROWNS WIN EXCITING GME
Omaha High School Athletes Have Class Field Meet
SCORE IS SEVEN TO SIX
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ST. LOUIS, May 13 SL Louts won an
exciting game from Washington today,
7 to 6. After St. Louis had a five-run
lead In the third inning Washington tied
the score owing to Hamilton's wlldness
and some fine base running. St. Louis
scored four runs in the second when
Cashlon filled the bases with walks and
Asnew tripled and scored on a double
A base on balls and a double by Austin
scored a run for St. Louis In the third.
Washington tied the score in the fourth
on singles by Schaoter and Milan, an
erorr by Williams of Laporte's fly. wo
bases on balls: a single by A. Williams.
who batted for Engel, and a double steal'.
by McBrlde and Williams, all of which
netted five runs. G. Williams, safe bunt,
an error and Pratt's single scored a run
for St. Louis in the fifth. Washington
again tied the score In the sixth on sin-
imm iiv -i i nru ii r i h mi nnHiiHR hii l hi i ti i .
Lewis won out In the seventh on a single
by Williams, Pratt's double, a base on
balls and Wallace's Infield hit: Score:
ST. LOUIS. WASHINGTON.
Compton. tta 0 ! 0 OMoeltcr, r(.. ( 0 1 0 0
Johnaton, III t 0 0 OSchaefrr, lb I 1 " 0 0
O.WIl'ma, ill i 1 0 iMIItn. cf.. 4 1 0 0 0
Trait, Jb.... 4 3 4 1 OLaporte, Jb. 3 0 0 t 0
Brief, lb. ... 1 1 0 0 Morgan. 2b..! 12 11
Auttln 3b. ..J 1 1 2 lAlnimlth, c. 3 0 1 2 0
Walah. ... 2 0 1 2 OA.WIl'ms. tl 1 I ! t
Wallace, . 1 1 1 1 0 Shank", It 4 12 0 0
Agnew, c....4 1 S 2 OMcBrld, . 3 0 2 E 0
Hamilton, p3 o 0 1 oeafnion, p..o a a i u
Enitl, p ... 1 0 0 0 0
Total. ....21 8 27 9 20llla p....l 0 0 11)
lAItrocK, p.. u u u i v
Oldeon .... 1 0 0 0 0
Totals 32 6 14 16 2
Batted for Gallia In clshth.
Washington 0 0 0 5 0 1 0 0 0-6
(St. Louis 0 4 1 0 t 0 1 0 7
1 Two-baso hits: Austin. Pratt. Three
base hits: Agnew. Hits: Off Cashlon, 1
In one and one-third Innings: off Engel,
1 in one and two-thirds Innings; off Gal
lia, 6 In four Innings; off Altrock, none
In ono lnnlnsr Sacrifice hit: Brief.
Stolen base. Shacfer, Agnew, Compton,
McBride. A. Williams. Pratt. Brief,
Austin, Shanks. Double plays: Agnew
nnd Wallace. Left on bases: St. Louis.
9: Washington. 4. BRses on balls: Off
Cashlon. 4; off Engel. 3; off Altrock,
It off Gallia, 2; off Hamilton. 4. Hit by
pitched ball: Br Hamilton. Laporte.
Struck out: By Hamilton. 7; by Cashlon,
1; by Kneel, 1! by Gallia. 6. Time, 2:15.
Umpires O'Loughlin and Ferguson.
IIlKhlniMlern Keep Up Stride.
CLEVELAND, May 13. New York won
from Cleveland today, 8 to 3, when the
locals went to pieces In the seventh.
Chapman's error and two singles filled
the bases. Blandlng pased Ford, and
Mitchell, who replaced Blandlng, (orctd
in another run by walking Daniels. Stcr
vctt fannwl nnrt thpn Catcher Carlsh
" threw to right field trying to catch Dtn
lels off first base, two runs coming in.
Chase and Jackson each got three h''s In
four ttlmes at bat. Manager Birmingham
directed the team from the bench, resting
his broken leg on a stool. Score:
CLEVELAND. NEW YORK.
Johnaton, lb 4 111 0 0 Daniels, rf.. 2 14 0 0
Chapman, 5 1 3 2 lWolter. cf.. 2 2 0 0 0
Olaon, 3b... 4 2 3 3 OLell'elt, cf. 0 0 0 0 0
Turner, 2b.. 4 1 4 3 OHartill, 2bcf 4 0 2 2 1
Jackson, r.. 4 3 0 0 0Cre, If ft 3 2 10
Hyan, cf.... 4 2 11 OChaae, lb... 4 3 3 0 0
Oraney, If.. 4 0 1 1 0 Sweeney, c. 4 1 5 1 0
Carlsch,' c. 4 0 4 3 lWldklff, 3b. 3 1 4 2 0
Blandlm, p 3 3 0 1 OStump, ts... 2 112 0
Mitchell, p. 0 0 0 0 OFord. p 3 10 4 0
Beill 1 0 0 0 OMcKch'e, 2b 1 0 0 0
Sterrett ... 1 0 0 0 0
Total M 12 CT 14 2 r-
Total 32 12 27 12 1
Batted for Llefleld In seventh.
-!1ivplaTid . I....2 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0-6
"New York 0 0 0 1 2 0 4 1 0-8
Two-base hits: Olson. Jackson, Ford,
Xanlels. Three-base hits: Jackson, Chase.
HacHflPB hit: Mldklff Stolen bases:
Chapman. Jackson. Double plays. Car
lsch and Johnston; Ryan. Chapman and
Johnston: Turner and Johnston. Hits:
Off Blandlnu. 10 In six Innings; (nono
out In seventh; off mltchell. 2 In three
Innings. Bases on balls: Off Blandlnjr,
K: ntr Mitchell. I. Hit by pitched ball:
By rjrd, Johnston Struck out: By
nnH ntr. 2: bv Mitchell. Z:- by ora. 3,
eft on bases: Cleveland. 6; New York. 5.
Time, 2:00. umpires: Connolly and Me
Titters Lour to ChnniploiM.
DKTrtoiT. Mav 13. Boston knocked
MuUin from the box today In less than
three Innings and defeated Detroit, 6 to 1.
The locals scored their only run off
O'Brien in the fifth when Morlarlty
rinuhlod and came home on Vltt's single.
Hcston won me game in inc iirsi miuui.
ernes aouoie ana uaraincr bm.-iuii.-u
fly. Speaker tripled In the third and
again in the seventh, and each time lie
scored on a fly by Lewis. Lake, who re
placed Mullln, gave way to Zamloch, in
the eighth, and the recruit kept the
champions from crossing the plate. In
the second Cobb made two unsuccessful
attemPtB to steal home. On the flret oc
casion Cobb apparently beat the pilch,
but the ball hit Stanage's bat and rolled
foul. On the second attempt he raised
the plate jand was retired before he could
return to touch it. Score:
Hooper, rf. t 2 3 0 OUush, H.... 4 1 2 3 0
Yerkei, Jb. i 2 3 0 OVItt, 2b 4 1 2 1 0
Speaker, f.. 4 2 3 0 1 Crawford, rf 4 0 3 0 0
i-,f. if. . l 0 1 0 OCobb.- cf.... 4 3 2 0 0
Gardner. 3b. 3 1 0 2 OVeach, lf.,4 12 0 0
I Brule. 4b... 2 15 0 lOalnor, lb.. 3 18 10
V Warner, as.. 3 0 4 1 OMorlarty, 3b 4 1 1 3 0
I'.rrl.an r, 1 0 3 0 OEtanare. c. .2 0 4 1 0
ri'Drlen D. 4 1 0 5 oRondeau, e. J 0 4 0 0
1 r-Mullln. D... 0 0 0 0 1
Touts 31 27 2 Lake, p 2 1 0 0 0
Zamloch, p. 0 0 0 0 0
Htrh 1 0 0 0 0
I Dubuo 1 0 0 0 0
I McKm .... 1 0 0 0 0
1 nrnitm I i
SENIORS WINJLASS MEET
Run Up Total of Thirty-Seven Points
to Juniors' Twenty-Nine.
NO RECORDS WERE BROKEN
Time Wan Slow OmIiik t the Poor
TracUx, Hut the Wi'Bther Was)
Ideal nnd AVIthont a Whisper
of n Dreeie.
Seniors of the Omaha High school won
the lnterclass meet held yesterday after
noon at Crelghton field. The seniors ran
up a total of thirty-seven points to
twenty-nine by the Juniors, their nearest
competitors. The sophomores managed
to get twenty-four and the freshmen
The remarkable work of Engstrom and
Burkenroad, both members of the high
school track team, gave the seniors the
edge over the others. Both these athletes
tied up for Individual honors with eleven
points each. Engstrom took first In tho
100-yard dash, third lnthe quarter mile
and first in the '220-yard dash. Burken
road took third In the 100-yard dash, bcc-
ond In the 220-yard hurdles, first In the
shotput, third In the broad jump and
third In the discus throw.
The meet was Interesting and the Jun
iors and seniors were running neck and
neck until the last few events. Tho Jun
iors captured the relay race with fine
team work. Claiborne started out strong,
but finished a few feet behind,.the first
man. The real race, however, started on
the last lap, when Douglass and Eng
strom were touched at the same Instant.
The two men ran side by side until
within a few feet of the tape, when
Douglass sprinted, finishing a few inches
ahead of Engstrom.
No Ilecorda rtrnKcn.
The time on events was slow, due prob
ably to the poor track. The weather,
however, was Ideal for track and field
events, as tho wind barely stirred. No
school records were broken.
The surprise of the meet was the pole
vaulting of Bauman, a freshman. He did
not enter the meet until noon yesterday,
and then Just because his classmates in
sisted on it. Gould, a sophomore, was
picked to win this event, hands down, but
Bauman tied him at nine feet, as did
Neville, a Junior, and also a dark horse.
Coach Mills will take Bauman In hand
hereafter and make a star pole vaulter
of him, as the youngBter has tho form
and clears the bar In easy fashion and In
a graceful manner.
Pole vault: Fullaway, freshman. Gould,
sophomore, tied for first place; Bauman,
freshman, tblrd. Height 9 feet.
110-yard hur,dles: Hughes, Junior, first;
Buzzard, sophomore, second; Phillips,
freshman, third. Time, 0:20.
100-yard dash: Engstrom, senior, first;
Fitch, sophomore, second; Burkenroad,
senior, third. Time, 0:11 flat.
Mile run: Gordon, senior, first; Uule,
sophomore, second; Stocking, Junior,
third. Time, 5:22.
High Jump: Flint. Junior, Peterson,
freshman, tied for first; Phillips, third.
Distance, 5 feet 4 Inches.
440-yard dash: Douglass, Junior, first;
Menold, senior, second; Engstrom, senior,
third. Time, 1:04.
220-yard hurdles: Neville, freshman,
first; Burkenroad, senior, second; Buz
zard, sophomore, third. Time, 0:30.
220-yard dash: angstrom, senior, first:
Fitch, sophomore, second; Bryans, sopho
more, third. Time,- 0:25.
Half-mile: Douglas. Junior, first; Gor
don, senior, second; Rountree, freshman,
third. Time, 2.26.
Shotput: Burkenroad, senior, first:
Curtis, freshman, second; Gles, senior,
third. Distance, 36 feet 3 inches.
Broad Jump; Flint. Junior, first: Lee,
freshman, second; Burkenroad. senior,
third, DlBtance, 18 feet 5 Inches.
Discus; Chase, sophomore, first; Curtis.
freshman, second; Burkenroad, senior,
third. Distance, 91 feet 9 Inches.
Half-mile relay: Juniors. (Claiborne.
Douglass, Douglas. ICelley) first; seniors,
(Gordon, Menold, Burkenroad, Engstrom)
second; sophomores, .(Buzzard, Rountree,
uryans, r itcnj inira. Time, i:4.
TOP PICTURE FINISH IN THE HUNDRED-YARD
LOWER PlCTURE-Fl'LLAWAY WIN
NING POLE VAULT.
Illl Ton runt Hound.
AKRON. O.. Mnv ll-Johnny Griffith.
the local featherweight and Pal Moore
of Philadelphia boxed twelve fast rounds
liere tonight. Griffith appeared to have
the better of the fight. Ho landed more
frequently and was the more aggressive.
Persistent Advertising Is the Road to
J. B, Goodwin is
Hanged in Arizona
tUeOUK. Ariz.. May .-John B. Good
win. ex-soldlrr and the first man exe
cuted under the authority of the federal
government In Arizona, was hanged here
today by I'nlted States Marshal Charles
Overlook. Beforo the trap was sprung
Goodwin made t statement that per
jurers were responsible for hn death.
Goodwin was convicted of the murder
of Alfred Htllpot and Fred Kebbe on
the San Carlos Indian reservation. He
was granted a sixty-day reprieve by
President Wilson In March, but was re
fused yesterday a further stay of execu
tion. State authorities having refused to al
low tho execution at the penitentiary
Goodwin was hanged at the county Jail.
LEADING MINDEN MAN IS
ACCUSED OF EMBEZZLEMENT
LINCOLN. Neb., May 13,-Robcrt S.
Trumbull, general manager of the Kear
ney County Lumber company of Mlndon,
Neb., was arrested hero tonight on a
charge of embezzlement and is held by
the sheriff awaiting the coming of an
officer from Mlnden, from which place
the warrant was Issued.
The shortage, according to nn expert
accountant who has been examining
Trumbull's books, is between 110,000 and
220,000. Trumbull Is a member of the
council and school board of Mlnden'. He
has been actlvo In politics In Kearney
Dundee Woolen Win.
The- Dundee Woolen Mills lmwrialu
of Council Bluffs defeated the Orkln
urotners team oi umana in tne Twenty
first istreet grounds In the Bluffs Run.
day by a score of 18 to 0. The feature of
the game was. the batting of Young of the
Totala S5 ( 27 s 1
Batted for Stanase In seventh.
Batted for Lake In seventh.
Batted for Zamloch In ninth.
.Unstnn 2 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 0-C
U.trolt ,,.0 0 0 0 1 0 O 0 0-0.
Two-base hits: Yerkes. Gardner, Mor-
nrty. Three-Dase mis; npeaKer izj
inn nrf Mullln. E In two and one'
ihlrrt Innlncs: off Lake. 3 In four and
two-thirds Innings; Zamloch, 1 In two
lnnlrgs. Sacrifice hit: Lewis. Sacrl-fir-e
flv: Lewis (2), Speaker. Stolen
nines: uusn. loud, uaincr, -uunuiij.
:rt nn hnse- Boston. : Detroit. 5.
Bases on balls; Off Mullln. 1; off Lake,
i nti" fvnrien. l. lilt by ultcheu oaii'
liy Mullln, Kngle. Struckout; By Mullln,
2: by Lake, 2; by O'Brien, 6. Time, 1:W.
Umpires: Dlneen anu nan.
Two Boys Arrested
Accused of Murder
Of Their Father
DOUGLAS, Ariz.. May H Otto and
Fred Watson, 18 and 21 years old, were
arrested here today, charged with the
murder of their father, William Watson,
a wealthy rancher near Douglas.
The elder Watson was riddled with
buckshot while driving home from Doug
las and a short time later, according to
the police, his two sons arrived at 'the
ranch with his shotgun. An Investlga
tlon Is said to have disclosed In their
possession shells containing shot which
corresponded to that which killed thel
The police say that Watson and his
sons had quarrelled a short time before
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