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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 14, 1013.
OMAHA LOSES TO WICHITA
Drawn for The Bee by "Bud" Fisher
Yes, An Umpire's Job Is Easy
$lx Bum in Eighth Inning Fail to
Win for Eourkci.
ELEVEN TO SEVEN IS THE SCORE
Jobber Bunch Hlta In Fifth find
Eighth Inning (or Ten of Their
Scores Visitors Vie Fire
Pitcher.
WICHITA, Kin., May U.-(Speclal Tel
cgrara.) Wichita won the opening game
ot the Omaha, serlea, 11 to 7. by bunching
hit In the fifth and eighth Innings.
Omaha used five pitcher trying to check
the hitting; ot the Jobber. The RouTkes
Used a battest of their own In the
eighth and chased across six runs on
even hits.
Perry opened for Wichita and held the
Stourkes to two hits In the four Innings
tie 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 wi nble to finish
the Inning. Thompson sacrificed and
Coyle took third. Kane's sacrifice fly
jeered Coyle.
Thoroae held the Rourkes safe until the
eighth, when a batting rally was staged.
Fugato singled, Justice flew to left.
Coyle, got a Texas leaguer. Thomason hit
to Hughes. Thomason was safe nt first
and Hughe failed to tax Coyle. legate
Slid Into third and gave his ankle a slight
wrench. Arbogast ran for him. Kane
singled, aeorlrlg Arbogast. Congalton
waa out at first, Coyle scoring. Shestak
singled to center, counting Thdmason and
Kane. Bchlpke singled, Orubb singled,
coring Shestak. Neff. batting for ru
gate the second time around, was hit by
a pitched ball. Justice hit to short, Rnpp
booting tha ball, Bchlpke scored, Coylo
hit to Thomas. Grubb was out at homo
ylate.
Applegftto held the Jobber, safe for
four Inning, allowing but four scattered
hlta. A base on balls In the fifth, fol
lowed by two doubles and a single, re
sulted In Robinson comlnff to the rescue.
A base on balls, a single and a double
caused Hicks to be called to the firing
line. A single scored one off Hicks, but
Grubb speared a liner for the third out.
A single and a double scored one oft
Kicks In the sixth. Two doubles and a
single In the seventh eliminated Hicks
and Fugate took his turn.
A lnle was Secured off Fugate, count
ing one more run- Closman pitched the
eighth with no mors damage. Scores
WICHITA.
AB. It. II. O. A. E.
HtMAlttnn. cf ., 5 13
E
0
13
ffustonTT..;
Koerner, lb 1
Hughes, Jo..,.. ;
Pettlgrew, If J J
Castle, o....
Callahan. Ib 4 0
Kapp, s,. ...... J
m..a M . . II O
0
Thomas, p 1
ToUls ... W U W V H
OMAHA.
AB,
n. H. o. a. n.
o o a 3 o
Coyle. If
Tkij'nnilfinn. Cf. ....... 4
I
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
0"
0
0
1
0
3
3
3
0
1
1
Xane. lb,.v"...
Congalton, rf.. ...... J
Johnson, e ..?
3
0
3
0
0
3
0
0
1
1
0
KhtrHaK, e ,.a
(Bchlpke, 3,,.
,4
Grubb. 34).,. 4
0
0
0
0
0
Applegate, p, 1
Robinson, p. ,,,.. 5
Hicks, p 0
Fugate, p 1
Closman, p.. ?
Arbogast 0
Neff ., 0
Total 34 T
13 24 13 1
Ran for Neff In eighth.
Batted for Fugate In eighth.
Omaha 0 0 0 1 o J o
Wichita ..6 0 0 0 T 1 3
9 0-7
0
T.ft nn hna Wichita. K: Omaha. 8.
eatritlce hlui Thonoson, Kane, Congal
ton, Castle, Petty. Three-base hits,
Koerner,. Mlddleton, Castle, IUpp (2),
Thomas, Hughes, Stolen bsses: Qrubb,
Mlddleton. Hits: Oft Perry, 2 In tour In
nines: off Thomas. 11 In five Innings:
off Applegate, 7 In four and two-thirds
Innings: oft Robinson. 2 In one inning
off. sticks. 7 in two ana ont-tnira innings,
"Double plays: Ra'pp to Mlddleton to
Koerner, uapp to Hughes to Koerner.
Struck out: 8y Thomas, 2; by Hicks, 1,
by Closman, I. Bases on balls: By
J: by Hicks, l; by Fugs,te. 1. Hit by
Mtched ball: By Thomas, Neff. Time:
i.-ss. umpire) bsbtisu
llMlsiKnHBkiis
TJEHOLD, ladies and gentlemen,
1 that distinnuished
ti-er, Chriitophcr Columbus
What did he discover?
He discovered the FRAGRANCE
that's in Stag: tobacco.
He discovered the GREAT IDEA
of buying HALF as much at a time,
tod always smoking FRESH to
Imcc. Urn disrrwered theCONVENlENT
5 CtQt Tin. "EVCft-LASTm-LY QQ9
STAG
tewsnsaB- S wHKt?) tet-JI., fwiwern s!l ass- V . lss-srw. i..
ipr Jfr- ' ' ' it
aktei,opi:s Losn fast camc
Knock Chrllette Oat of Hoi
and
Then Unnble to Win.
LINCOLN, Neb., May 13.-Llncoln loot
a hard-fought game to St. Joseph today
by a scoro of 6 to,!. After knocking
Challette out of the box and gaining the
lead in the sixth Inning, the locals suc
cumbed to the hcudy pitching of
Crutcher. tho visitors landed with effect
on Dessau for tho necessary two runs to
put them ahead. Score:
LINCOLN,
All. It.
ro. A. E.
3 4 0
8 10
10 0
2 0 0
2 10
3 2 1
2 1 1
6 0 0
0 4 1
27 n 1
PO. A B.
1 1 2
2.1 0
0 0 0
12 1 0
12 0
12 0
6 6 1
3 10
18 0
0 0 ,0
0 1 0
27 17 "I
Lloyd, 2b 4
Mullen, lb..., 4
Cobb, rf..... 8
McCormtck, If 3
Coin, cf 4
Harbour, 3b 4
Collins, ss.,
'JJJI'p;;"".""
Totals 22
8T. JOSEPH.
Kelly. If 6
R. Watson, c. 4
Q. Watson, rf. ...... 4
Zwllllng, lb 4
Westerzll. 2b 3
Ochs, 2b 3
Meinxo, ss t
Griffith, c.,.. 4
Chellette, p 3
Tannehlll l
Crutcier, p,...,, 1
Totals 34
6 10
Batted for Chellette In seventh.
Lincoln .....o o o 2 o z o
0 0-4
0 0-5
Bt. Joseph ... i w w
Earned runs umcoin, , d. i -rr'k...
hit.- Pnhli. MftCorm ck. .wll
unff. ic waison, DauriiiKo
McCormlck. It. wteon. Ochs. btrucK
out: By Dessau, 6; by Chellette, 1; by
Crutcher, 2. Bsses on ballsi Off Dissuu,
1. Hits: Off Chellette, 8 In six Innings:
off Crutcher, 1 In three Innings, Winning
pitcher: Crutcher. Double play! Lloyd
TOPBKA MA8ILY TIUMB 8IOUX
Krtts
Fln4 White for Foarteen
Nice Hits.
ernnmtrA. Kan.. May 13. White was
easy for Tc-Peka's i batters and the locals
won from bioux .Vt- i.
niThnuch batted freely, kept the hits
scattered, Bcore. .
AU. B
II. O.
A.
3
0
0
0
0
2
1
1
3
Cochran, 3b 4
1 2
1
1
3
2
1 .
2
2
1
3
x,ee, n i
Forsythe, .cf
MclJirry, rf. 4
nappe, lb 3
French, ,ssf 3
McAllester. c ,,.3
C. Bmlth, 2b 3
Cochreham, p........
8
1
11
2
3
3
0
Totals 31
8 It 27
B1UU.N- (Jill.
AB. B. H.
O.
0
1
0
0
A.
5
8
0
0
1
0
1
3
3
0
0
3. Bmlth. Ib 4 0
Cooney, ss 4
Clarke. If., 4
Davidson, cf 4
Breen, rf. 4
Lindsay, lb 4
James, 3b 3
Rapp, o 4
White, PmiiiiiiIIiiii 3
Doyle, p 0
Stanae 1
Totals 35 8 10 24 IS 0
Batted for poyle In the ninth.
Topeka o 1 0 I 0 0 I 0 M
Sioux City 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0-3
Three-base hit; C. Smith. Two-bass
hits: Lee, Cochran. McAlleater, Breen,
Clarke, Sacrifice hits: Frenth, Cooney.
discov-
v a v 1 m
-mjsismsvsH sv aii
Standing of Teams
WEST. LEAOUB.
NATL. LEAGUE.
W.UPct,
Phlla 14 8 .70)
Urooltlyr. ..It 8 ,C7
Bt. Louis.. .14 U .SCO
Chicago ...13 12 ,5M
New York..!
Boston 9 12 .109
I'lttMbiirxh In 1 1 .
W.L.rct.
Denver ...17 ' WS
Kt. Joseph. 14 8 . 634
Lincoln ...12 3 .600
Omaha ...10 12 X
Dcs M lnes.10 12 ,4.w
Tonoka ... 8 12 .
Ploux City 7 12 ..V.
wicnita . . is ,zi3
Cincinnati.. 6 19 .240
AMEH. IjEAOIJE
I AMEtt. ASS'N
W.I.M. W.L.l'Ct.
Fhlla 17 fi .773 Columbus., 15 10 .600
uieveinnd..n s .A 4 L,QUlsvllla..D is .wo
Wash It R tM
mrilanaD's.,13 12 .HQ
unicago ...16 12 .571
Ml waukee.14 13 .(19
St. Louis. .12 IS .420
Boston ....10 18 .(0
Minneap's..it n .w)
Kan. Clty..ll 14 ,W1
Detroit ...8 19 .2lTolodo 1115 .42J
new York. 7 17 .19.' Ht paui... .n 16
40f
Yratcrdny's Ilesiilts,
WESTEBN LEAOUB.
St. Joseph, 5; Lincoln, 4.
Des Molncs, 11; Denver. (
flloux City, 2; Topeka, .
Omaha, 7; Wichita, U.
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Pittsburgh, 4i Philadelphia, 6.
Cincinnati, -3; Brooklyn, 9.
Chicago, 2; New York, 8.
Bt. Louis, 4: Boston, 3.
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
Philadelphia-Chicago, rain.
New York, Si Cleveland, 6.
Boston, 8; Detroit, 1.
Washington, i tit. Louis, 7,
Usuuee Today.
Western League St. Joseph at Lincoln,
Des ,Moines at wenver. owux cuy at Xo
ehu. umaha at Wichita.
National League fittsuurgh, at Phlla
delpma, cincmimtl at wrooKiyn, Chlcatfo
at fivf torn, bl. iaiuis ul xtunlua.
Amtrli-ln Ljtmaun UoslOil al Detroit.
New VorK at utuvelana, t'hlludelpnia at
vmcago, .Washington at du louis.
American Associauon iiiulaimpoils at
St. I'aul, Coiumbus at awiiuuiiuiis, To
Uao at Kansas City, Louisvinu at Mil
waukes.
Bacriflce fly: Bapp. Double play! White
to Looney to ivindsay. ttioien bases;
uusee: .ucLarry, jj'uiaythe, liiceu ,).
mtsi Olt svime, a in sveii uutinHSi
uit Doyie, 1 In one InnliiK. u uu bans;
utf Cocronam, i. miuuk out; y Cocn
isiiam, 2 by White, t; uy uuyio) u Tlmoi
i;oo. Umpire: AuuersOn.
DlilS atOINtSS TAKBS IN DliNVEH
Booster Watloy tirlsslles' la Flrat
Usiuo ot surlca.
DENVER, May J8. uei Aloises won
the iirst same ui the tiiun tium uenvar.
u to . Auvu lumii aiiu H4ii u wi
wllu and mui.eciHo wltit men oil buses.
juuran wanted tour men at critical mo
ments, iiarrls ateo aiiieu lour meu una
lorcea In two tuns lit tne tilth in(nnfc-.
ino batting of Hoikn ana Jones featurua
for Ds Moines una Oumore tor Denver,
bcore;
DliUSVER.
AU. 1L IL O. A. E.
Qllmore, if...,.,,,.., e 3 t 0 o
casstdy, rf 4 o 2 u o. o
Channel!, cf 1 1 0 o o 0
quillin, b 3 0 114 0
rrencn, ;d. 4 u i a i u
Klsher, lb 3 0 0 13 1 0
Block, C 4 0 18 0 0
Matthews, s tiooso
Moran, p, 1 0 0 0 3 0
itarris, p i z o u v
uutcner, ci 8 o o j o o
TotaU 33
0 U 38 U
DES MOINES.
Ail. IL IL
O.
1
6
2
0
4
3
2
6
0
A.
0
B
3
0
6
3
0
2
1
itann. rr 6
2
Andreas, 2b.., 4
3
0
1
1
3
0
1
1
r ox,
Hunter, cf , 4
Relllv. ss a
Jones, lb 4
L.eonara, so.,. 6
BlelKht. o. . 4
Huston, p.,.,. 3
Totals.... $7 11 IS 27 17 1
Denver 2 0 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 6
ues Moines 0 113 4 0 0 0 011
Stolen bases; Fox. Leonard. Harris.
Two-base hits: Andreas, Qllmore, Jones.
Three-base hit; Jones. Sacrifice hits!
Andreas, Cassldy, sleight. Fox. Struck
own uy Moran, 15 oy Harris, 2: by Hus
ton. 4. Ilasei on balls: Citt itnr.n !
off Harris, f: off Huston, 3. Double plays:
Su to Biaigni to Anareas 10 Jones to
lelght, Andreas to Jones, RelUy to
Jones. Hit by pitched ball: Hahn. QulU
in. on oases 1 uwnver. : un
Moines. IL Inntnxs Ditched: rtv ann.
three and two-thirds (runs, 3; hits, t) by
British Polo Ponies
Come Over en Liner
NEW YORK, May lS.-Flrty.four nolo
ponies, the best that British gold could
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 polo matches In June,
1 ne ponies, entered under a 2S0,C00 bond,
are valued at 3100,000, and no human
travellers had better ra rinrinv th.
voyage from England. Thirty red sweat-
erea grooms attended them. The ponies
will be fed selected hay and English oats
during their stay. Six of the ponies were
nere two years, ago when the 'British
team lost Its second match to the Ameri
cans.
The British army officers who will rM
in tne international matches at Meadow
i"i'H uu nere mis weeK on the
uctanic
GRAND ISLAND LEAGUERS
DEFEAT SCOTIA PLAYERS
BCOTIA, Neb.,- May 11 (Spectal)-
Bootla met with the first defeat of the
season at the -hands ot Grand Islahd
leaguers here yesterday. Grand Island
showed the class of a real ball club
Notwithstanding defeat at the hands of
this team, Bcotla showed their ability,
especially Cook In the box. Score:
RH E
Scotia , 00000000 0-4 4 4
Qd. Island.. 0 1 H M 0 0 M I 0
i(cric. avium, uwn an Ammer
mani.Orand Island. Fentrss. Sautter
and Co. Time: 1:45. Umelres:
apd .McDonnell.
Snnthern L,easrnr Results.
Montgomtry. 1: Birmingham, 8,
Mobile. : Nashville, J.' r -
Memphis, ; Atlanta, 6.
New Orleans Chsttoaogs, rata
GIANTS TAEEASY VICTORY
Defeat Cubs, Finding Tone? in the
Third, Fourth and Fifth.
ItEULBACH HAMMERED HABD
Trnrean Strndy In Pinches, Strik
ing Unt Zimmerman, Chicago's
Ilenvy Illttrr, Three
Times,
NEW YOBK, May 13,-New York easily
defeated Chicago here today, 8 to 2. To
day, tho first Chicago pitcher went well
for two Innings, but the champions hit
him freely In the third, fourth and fifth
Innings. Clymer batted for Toney In tho
seventh and Reulbach, who finished for
Chicago, was hammered even harder than
his predecesor. Teereau for New York
wns a trifle wild, but steadied In the
pinches.
He struck out Zimmermen, the Cubs'
heavy hitter, three times. The locals
were speedy on the paths, stealing six
bsses on Archer on Bresnahan. In four
times up Meyers got two singles and .a
double and drew a pass. Merkle hit two
triples and a single. Score;
C11ICAQO. r NBW YOItK.
AB.K.O.A.E, AB.H.O.A.E.
Mllln, ef..,l 14 0 OBurni, If.... 0.4 0 0
rhln, lb.. 4
MlUhall, It. I
Ztmratn lb 4
8iltr, lb..., I
Ooe, rt... I
BrlOwtll, t
Archtr, 0... I
UreiBthn, a. I
Toay, p..,,
Cljrmer ... 1
TltulMch, p 0
Uich ..... 1
0 14 OShtrer. CI- 4 10
2 10 0 Fletcher. isS 1 1
1 JDojU, lb... ISO
0 lMurrtr, rf., 4 1 1
0 oWtrkle, lb., t I I
1 OHtrioi. lb.. 4 1 S
1 OM.nn e,,. Its
I OThorjn .... 0 0 0
0 OWtlun, e... 0 0 1
0 OTttreiu, p.. 4 0 0
0 0
0 0 Tottli II 112111 1
Tots) 11 611 10 3
Herzog out, hit by batted ball.
Batted for Toney In the seventh.
Batted for Iteulbach In the ninth.
Ran for Meyers In the seventh.
Chicago 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 12
New. York 0 0112031 -8
First base on errors: New York, 2,
Two-base hits; Br jd well. Meyers. Three
base hlta: Merkle (2): Fletcher. Sacri
fice flies: Bums, Murray. Stolen basest.
ray, Tesreau. Left onTase:New York, U;
Chicago, 9 Base on balls: Off Tesreau, 5;
off Toney, 3; off Reulbach, 1, Struck out:
By Tesreau, 7: by Toney. 1:, by Reulbach,
1. Hit by pitched ball: By Tesreau,
Cioode: byC Toney. Doyle. Wild Pitch:
Toncv. .Hlts! 'OfX Toney .7 lO .slK In
nines; orr. iteuibsoh, 5 in, -two .innings,
Mime. umpires: Kiem ana urtn. .
Brooklyn Takes Third StrnlKht,
BROOKLYN. N. Y.. Mav 13 Brook.
iyn iook us tnira siraicnt game rrom
Cincinnati today B to 3. The visitors got
lead of three runs in their first two
Innings by batting Alien hard, but Curtis
nem mem runiess tne reet ot me way.
Brooklyn fell on Frorrime'n pitching In
the second and scored six tins on seven
hits, a pass, and two stUs, a wild
pitch and an error.
That was enoueh to win. but they
knocked Fromme out ot the box In the
fifth, when two a nsles and Fisher s
lenr trlole scored two more tuns. Belts.
a semi-professional from Cincinnati fin
ished the game and allowed but one hit,
Fisher's second three-bagger, on whlcn
he scored on the helo ot .Miller s sacri
flee fir. A sensational one-hand catch
by Bates of Daubert's line drive against
the rlKht field wall was a feature. Score:
CINCINNATI. DHOOKI.IN.
AB.H.O.A,. . AU.U.U.A.K,
Dili. cf.,.. 4
J 0 OMorsn, rt. . 4 I I 0 0
Bkir. ir... 4
t 0 OCutibtw, lb 4 I 1 S 0
1 I lStungtl. ct.. I 1 0 0 0
Tinker, 4
Ilobllti . lb 4
I 0 0Wb4t, .. 4 2 10 0
MtntDt, ct. 4
1 S ODtUtxrt. lb. I 1 I 1 0
Drsbtmr Ib 4
I J lEmlth. lb... 4 112 0
Orint, lb. ., 4
I 0 oriintr vs... 4 14 4 0
4 I 0 Miliar. .... 10 4 10
Kllni. 4
Fromm. p.. t
ntu. d 1
0 1 OAllta, p 0 0 0 1 0
0 0 O'ErwIo 1 0 0 0 0
A1I4 ... 1
0 0 OCurtli, p.,., 10 0 1
Totlf,.,ll 10 14 . 2 ToUti...
netted for Betts In ninth.
,.11 II V 14 0
natted for Allen in second.
fMnfllnnatl 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 S
Brooklyn , o e u u 2 u u 1
L-Ht on DSsesi vmcininu, o; urooKiyn,
Two-base hits: Kllnr. Fromme. Three-
base hits; Beoker, Fisher (8). Sacrifice
flvi Millar. Stolen bsses: Marians. Sten
gel, Wheat (3), Double plays: Daubert
to Fisher to Daubert Base on balls: Oft
Fromme, 1: otr setts, s. BtrucK out: or
Hit by Pitched ball: By Betts, Moran)
Wild pitch; Fromme. Hits: Oft Al
len 5 in two innings! on uurtis, 6 in
SMen tnnlngi; off Fumme, 11 in four
ana two-twnc iniungs; on uetts, 1 in
three and one-third Innings. Time: 1;0.
umpires: Rigler ana uyron.
Plrsttes I.oe Seventh.
ntlliADELPHIA. Jfar lS.-Pittsburxh
met with Its seventh straight defeat In
the east when Magee won today's game
here for Philadelphia wtth a home run
drive Into the left field bleachers in the
eignin inning.
The nnai score was & 10 4. Tne visi
tors twice' held the lead and they tied
the score In the eighth inning on Carey's
single snd Wagner's double. Home runs
played a big part In the event. Miller's
four baeeer nut Plttsburah in front in
the Second Inning and home runs by Cra-
vain ana Aiagee iook ine ieaa rrom tne
visitors in the sixth and eighth ses
sions, score
riTTSBUnOH rilUtADKUnilA
A&.1I.O A K. AB.H.O.A.E.
M.oior, cf 1110 0PU.rt, il It 1 t I
Ctr, U .4111 OKuU, tb...4 III)
viox, .0. ... v w 4 HWHn, .b, t u 1
. 1 1 I I L BMltl
1 1 1 1 n si I il
HMAHliMSMSBaaBBHnS.M
RepHblic
Slaggird
Tires
Prevent
Ski-.iRS
AmI louklo
Tire Mikas
POWELIj BUTPLy COMPANY
Auto Supplies SllO Farnom
CHARLEY DOOIN'S DOING IT IN
THE NATIONAL EAOE.
Manager Charley Dooln ot the Phila
delphia Nationals, who haa taken su
preme delight in punishing Manager
John J, McQraw and his terrible Giants.
Dooln Is at the head of a flnu team this
season, and it the men will only avoid
tho hospital the boys from Quakertown
will have a good deal to say In the de
ciding of the National league champion
ship. Wtsntr, ..4 111 CMKf It... 4 t I 0 0
J. Miller, 111 1 1 0 OCravtth. rt.. I 10 10
Wllion. rt., 4 1 2 0 uLu.vrui. lb,l 0 10 0
Drrn, Ib... 4 0 0 1 ODooUn, .. I 1110
Simon, 0.... sill QDOOIn, c... i i 1 I v
C.mnltJ, p. I 0 1 2 OBtnlon. p... 3 0 0 0 0
Hytl 1 0 0 0 UAlextndr, p. 0 0 0 0 0
w.ii. Milter,. 1 0 0 0 0
ToUls SI SI10 ,
Tntali SO 10 10 0
Batted for Sbaton in eeventn.
Batted for Simon In ninth.
Pittsburgh, ...0 20010010 t
Philadelphia 0 0 ! 0 0 I 0 r M
Tttrttobasa'hltsi Knabe, uooin ),. wag-
ner. Three-base hit: wnson. Home runs:
J. Mlllef, Cravath, Magee. Hits: Oft
Beaton. 6 In seven innings; oft Alexan
der, 2 In two Innings. Sacrifice fly:
Vlox, Double play: Knabe and Doolan,
Left on bses; Plttsburgn. i; fnnauei-
nia, J. liases on Dans: ity vninnua, t,
v Seaton. 2. Hit by Pitched ball; By
Beaton, Menzor. Struck out: By Cam
nltz. 1: by Seaton. t; by Alexander, 1.
Time: l;40. Umpires: Brennan and
Kason.
Uravea Sleet Reverse,
BOSTON. Mav 13. Boston's string ot
victories was broken today when St,
JUouls won. 4 to 3. Perdue was elective
except In 'the fourth and fifth innings.
Bt. Louis scored one run In the fourth
and tallied three more In the . fifth
on singles and a triple. Boston
scored its three runs In the fourth
when after two men had singled, Mann
hit to lett field. The ball got by Magee
and all three Boston runners crossed the
fiiate. Boston got two men on bases in
be ninth, with one out. but a pop fly.
and a strikeout ended the (tame: Score:
BOSTON. BT. LOUU.
AB.H.O.A.E. An.H.O.A.E.
MarsnvU, ill 11 I llluitlni, lb. I 2 1 1 0
. ...... k , A . A A I . . I, , . , , ,
Conn.lljr, If. 4 110 OMowrey, Ib. 4 1 1 I 1
Swetn.y, lb 4 II 2 OKntUhy lbl Oil 0 0
Tllu. rt 4 10 0 OSbtcUrd, rt t 1 1 0 0
IStno. ct..., 1110 0Oks, ct..,.. 4 110 0
utTiin, SD..4 0 1 1 00 Lutrjr. . t 1 1 1 g
WhtllDi. e.. 1 0 I 1 OWIiuo. C....4 1 t S 0
Otirld.D, e.. 0 0 1 1 OGrlner, p,..l 0 0 10
P.rdue. p.. I 0 0 1 0
MoDcoili .110 0 0
fi.ymour ,, 0 0 0 0 0
Oollln ... 0 0 0 0 0
ToUll.,...l5 10 27 11 1
Kirk 1 0 0 0 0
ToUls It I IT 1
Batted for Whaling In seventh,
Batted tor Mann in ninth.
Ran for Seymour in
nintn.
Batted tor Rarlden In
ninth,
llAilnn O OAS
0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0-1
St. LOUl O O O 1 3 u w u l-t
Two-base hits: Huggtns. Three-base
(hits: Orlner, Magee. Sacrifice hit:
Qrlner. Stolen base: Maranvllle, Con-
ruiiy, Titus, aiagee, wowrey. vvuon
plays: Whallns and Sweeney. I-eft on
bases. Boston, 6; St. Louis. 6. Bass on
balls: Off Perdue, lj oft Orlner, 1. Struck
out: By Perdue, S: by Orlner, . Time,
1:53. Umpires; O'Day and Emslie.
Froglegs Breaks
World's Hecord
HOUISVII-'T-iE, Ky My 13.-Froglegs, a
4-year-old colt, broke a world's record for
running horses. When ne ran a mne ana
twmty 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 former record was 1:40, held Jointly
bv the horses Maoy, Maid aianan ana
Six Shooter, each of which set the mark
at the old Washington park track at cm
cago.
rstnbridsn Meets Defeat.
BEAVER CITY. Neb.. May lS.-(Specia
Telegram.) The Beaver City High school
defeated Cambridge High school by s.
-nr. nf i in l. The same wss a pitchers
,,.,n. mm th fimt. Wllburn of Beaver
City had the better of It. not allowing
' a hit until the first halt of the ninth In-
1 nlng when two nits scored me ueing run.
Tinv.r Citv's third baseman featured at
the bat. making three hits and scoring
the first run In the nrtn on a nit, a
steal and two passed balls.
Hnatlusa Ilrnd Islanders.
HASTINGS. Neb.. May lS.-(Speclal
Telegram.) Hastings defeated Grand
Island In an exhibition gams today. 4 to
6. McCabe scored two of Hastings' tal
i lies with a home run. Batteries: Hast
I tngs, Mason. Norton, Shaner and Diets;
; Grand island, nanK ana tmiin,
I Bvtn Suspended.
NEW YORIC. May lS.-Johnny E-ers.
' manager of the Chicago National league
jteam, has been suspended for three days
oy iTesiaeni uyncn as a result 01 x.vers
'removal from the game with New York
I yesterday by umpire orth.
Coast League Results.
' San Francisco 1
Oakland 3
Sacramento 7
j Venice
Mathewson Pitches
Forty-seven Innings
Without Giving Pass
NEW YORK, May 13. Running along
with Walter Johnson In his efforts to
pitch a record number of scoreless In
nings, Is "Christy" Mathewson, whose
admirers are expecting to see him et a
new record for perfect control.
The star pitcher of the New York Na
tlcnals finished his forty-seventh inning
yesterday without a base on balls.
"Matty" has given only two pasies
this year, both In the first game he
pitched against Boston, April 17. His
record since then has been:
Date. Opponent In. B.
April 23 Philadelphia.. 9 0
April 29 Brooklyn 13 0
May 3... .Philadelphia.. S 0
May 7 cinclnatu m 0
May 12 Chicago 0 0
H.
i
6
6
2
3
Totals .77 0 27 8
Iowa Ties String
to Prize Sweaters
IOWA CITY, la,, May IS. (8peclal.)
As a result of a recent clash between the
wearers of the varsity monogram and the
members of the Iowa athletlo board over
the question of allowing the letters to
be worn by co-ed friends ot the athletes,
the sweaters will In the future be given
vtlth a provision attached. The members
of the board proposed that hereafter
when a man Is, given a monogram
sweater, he will be understood to take It
with the condition that he shall allow no
one to wear it but himself. The board
recently passed a resolution against al
lowing the girls to wear ther sweaters,
but the "I" club refused to accede, Its
numbers holding that the letters were
given to them to use as they pleased.
Johnny Kling in
Good Standing
CINCINNATI, O., May IS. The Na
tlonal Base Ball commission today pro
nounced John O. Kling In good standing
without the imposition of 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 wan due to a determination
to give all ot his time and attention to
his business Interests at Kansas City,
filnnta Want Game Decoration Day.
The Eighth Street Giants of Council
Bluffs would like to schedule a game
with some fast Omaha class B team for
-Utcoraiion a ay. wan manager uarry
Ai.mutsen, phono A 3S36. after 8 In the
evening, Alhambras, Pax ton & Oil-
isgners, uverianas or rtamoiers are espe
daily desired.
KNOWN THE
ECONOMY in Gillette
Blades 12 for a
dollar: 24 shaving edges.
A fraction, of a cent a
shave, and the new
Blades are the best ever.
Two lizes of Packet 6 Blades (12
shaving edges), SO cents: 12 Blades
(24 shaving edges), $1.00. Buy a
Packet today.
GILLETTE SAFETY RAZOR COMPANY. BOSTON
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Player Primley is
Awarded to Auburn
AUBURN, N. Y., May lS.The following
decisions were made today by the Na
tional Board of Base Ball of Arbitration:
Services awarded: Player Appleton to
Sherman, Texas; C. T. Suttles to Pekln.
III.; Player Tarleton to York, Pa.; P, A.
Primley to Auburn, Neb.; Player Wall
amels to Saskatoon; D. C. Williams to
Cadillac. Mich.; Player Overton to Cairo,
111.; Player Redmond to Huntington, W.
Va.
Claims allowed:. C. Forest against
Kewanee.
Claims disallowed: Harry Matthews
against Rome, Ga.; D, O. Hart against
Portsmouth, Va.
McGraw Asks for
Waivers on Orandall
NEW YORK, May 13,-Manager John
J, McGraw of the Now York Nationals
has asked for waivers on Otis Crandall.
the Indiana farmer, whose pitching has
effectively saved so many sick games
that he earned the title of "Doctor," ac
cording to reports published here today.
The rescue pitcher has also often provt-d
a great plrfch hitter and has always had
a warm place in the hearts of tho New
York fans.
SOUTH DAKOTA TRIMS
UNIVERSITY OF OMAHA
Timely hits, coupled with Omaha's mis
plays, let the University of South Da
kota trim the- University of Omaha by
tho score of 13 to 2, yesterday afternoon
on the ort Omaha diamond. The field
was muddy and made a fast same out of
the question. Both teams at times gavs
wlerd exhibitions of baseball. Oinalrs
poorest work was with the stick and In
tha field". The Dakotans, on the other
hand, once on bases were erratic and
lost many chances to score through mis
erable base running.
South Dako'ta. mode one. in the first
half. Omaha cam? back and scored two.
In the third, the Coyotes had. a batting
bee and rove in four runs. Two mora
were added In the sixth and one In the
seventh and flvo in the eighth.
This was the first game the northerns
play while on a five-game trip. Cretgh
ton will he met Thursday afternoon and,
the University of Nebraska on Saturday.
Scant:
R.H.B.
South Dakota ,10 4 0 3 5 10-13 10 3
Unt. of Omaha.. .2 ) 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 : 'l
Batteries: South Dakota. Ryder nnd
Potts' Omahn. Adams and Slotky. Um
pire, McCul'ough.
Northwestern Lrnne Results.
Portland, 4; Victoria. S.
Seattle. 1: Vancouver, 0.
Spokane, 2; Tacoma, 0.
WORLD OVER
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