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THE TOPEKA DAILY STATE JOUR2TAL UOITDAY EVEITHIfl, JUNE 3,1907.
ARE GOJtIG S0L1E.
Topeka's Team Takes Both Ends
of Sunday's Double Header.
Captures First Game, by 9 to 0
, Score, Second 5 to 4.
2,000 CROyD PRESENT.
Bunton Shut Webb City Out,
Allowing Only 4 Hits.
Features of Second Game Chang-
ing Pitchers and Wrangling.
Topeka took two games of a double
header from the Webb City team at
Association park. Testerday was th-3
first day of real baseball weather ex
perienced In Topeka so far this season
and the local team made a celebration
over the event before a crowd of 2,000
people which Is the largest crowd so
far for this season.
The reason that Topeka took the first
game was principally Bunton. The nsw
Indian colored acquisition to the To-
peka team made his Initial appearance
in a White Sox uniform on the home
grounds and had everything coming his
way. He was real stingy to the visitors
and did not treat them with as much
respect as they would have liked as ha
allowed only four hits. One of these
was good for two bases but the runnjr
perished at third. Shaner on the other
hand was hit freely and especially when
there were men on bases.
The second game was won by a -bat
ting spurt and an error in the ninth
inn in sr. -which was coupled with a que
tionable decision in the same Inning
and a bombardment In the eleventh In
ning put the winning run, across the
Diate.
Topeka started out In the very first
inning of the first game as though they
meant business. Davis drew a base ana
was sacrificed to second by Duke Hurl
hurt, Abbott singled Davis home and
tftpn stole second, scoring a moment la
ter on Gray's poor throw to first, Halla
going to third on the throw. Ragan
singled and scored Halla, making a to
tal of three runs.
The batting averages were riot all
fattened yet, however, and three more
rama over In the second. Henry walk
ed and while Bunton was fanning stole
second and third consecutively, both of
them brilliant pieces of daring base
running. Then ensued an onslaught of
the delivery of Nig Shaner and hits by
Davis, Hurlburt, Abbott and a neiaer s
choice by Halla annexed three more
to the local tabulation.
Abbott walked in the fourth and went
to third on Shaner s wild pitch. Halla
singled and Speneerlno came home. An
other wild pitch sent Halla to second
and a couple of infield outs brought
him home. The only other run for the
locals came in the seventh inning wnen
Hurlburt singled, went to second on
Abbott's sacrifice and scored on Halla's
double.
Webb City only got one man to third
and that event transpired in the sixth
when Shaner doubled with one out ana
went to third on Gray's infield out
Olson flew foul to Halla and . every
thing ended happily.
In the second game the locals com
menced scoring in the first inning. Af
ter two men had been retired Abbott
took life on Olson's error and went to
third on Halla's -single. scoring on Mil
ton's wild pitch. Another run came in
the third when Davis opened up with
a hit. Hurlburt executed a sacrifice
hit and Abbott flew out to Dalrymple.
Gill's error gave Halla life and allowed
Abbott to tally.
Allison started the game for To
peka but the visitors got next to him
in the iourtn inning ror lour sare ones
and Captain Hurlburt placed Forrester
on the mound. After Topeka ilea
the score in the ninth Bunton went in
in the eleventh inning and though he
pitched but one inning lie gets the
credit for winning the game.
After the locals had crossed the
plate twice Webb City came into the
foreground and scored two in the
fourth. Gray hit safe but was caught
on second on Olson's fielder's choice.
Painter singled and Dalrymple sent a
liner out to center, scoring Olson. Dal
rymple went to second on the throw in
and while Ragan had the ball in his
hand carelessly strolled off of second
allowing Rasan to touch him with the
greatest of ease. This little trick
caused Webb City a run as Blosser,
next man up hit Allison for a double,
Painter scoring. Allison then retired
and Forrester was called in to relieve
the situation. Price was easily retired.
In the sixth the visitors slipped one
over on Forrester. Olston hit. safe and
completed the circuit on infield outs
by Painter and Dalrymple. In the
seventh Price led off with a double
and scored on Milton's single.
In the ninth inning with Webb City
two runs to the good Topeka tied the
soore. Halla, first man up, singled.
Hurlburt then sent in Landreth to bat
for Ragan. Landreth swung at two
and as a wild pitch crossed somewhat
in the g-eneral direction of the plate,
he. struck at the ball and ran to first.
Milton threw the ball to Gill to head
him off at first and the bail went into
the bleachers, allowing Halla to score.
Landreth- made third on the throw.
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Landreth should have been out as-a
runner was on first at the time.
Jacobs, however, held that Halla had
second stolen before Landreth swung
at the ball.. The game was protested
by Webb City on this decision. Runkel
sacrificed Halla home but Topeka
could not win the same and extra in
nings had to be played.
In the eleventh inning after Boles,
who had taken Ragan's place at short,
went out. Runkel hit safe. Olson un
corked a double to right field and
Runkel trotted home with the winning
run.
The score:
TOPEKA.
Player ' AB. R. II. O. A.
Davis, rf. 3 2 2 1 0
Hi-.rlburt, cf 3 2 2 1 0
Abbott, If. 2 2 2 1 0
Halla. lb 4 2 2 15 0
Ragan, ss 4 0 114
Runkel, 3b 4 0 1 0 2
K. Olson, 2b 3 0 0 2 4
Henry, c 3 1 0 6 0
Bunton. p. 4 0 0 1 4
K.
, 0
.1
0
Totals
...30
WEBB CITY.
AB. R.
10 27 14
' Player
Gray, c
I. Olson, ss.
Painter, 2b. ..
Burns," rf. ...
Dalrymple. cf.
Blosser, 3b. ..
Prjce, If
Milton, lb.-2b.
H.
0
0
o
0
2
0
o
o
1
1
O.
2
2
0
1
1
3
3
3
8
0
Gill, rf.-lb. ..
Shaner, p. ....
Totals 29
4 23 15
'Runkel out, bunted third strike foul.
, SCORE BY INNINGS.
Topeka 3 3 0 0 2 0 1 0 9
Webb City 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Summary: Earned runsi Topeka
3. Two 1 base hits Halla, Shaner.
Sacrifice hits Hurlburt, Abbott, Ol
son. Stolen bases Hurlburt, Abbott,
Henry 2. Bases on balls Off Bunton
1. off Shaner 4. Struck out By
Bunton 3, by Shaner 1. Left on bases
Topeka 6, Webb City 3. Double
plays Olson to Halla; Olson to Halla;
Blosser to Gill to Blosser. Wild
pitchesi Shaner 2. Time of game
1:80. Attendance 2,000. - Umpi:
Jacobs.
Second game:
TOPEKA
Player AB. R,
H.
O.
0
0
1
15
0
0
0
3 '
3
9
2
0
0
0
tavis, rr 5
Hurlburt, cf 4
AoDott, ir 5
Halla. lb 6
Kafan, ss.
Landreth .
Boles, ss. .
Runkel. 3b.
E. Olson. 2b 5
Henry, c. .
Allison, p. ..
Forrester, p.
IJones
Bunton, p. .
...1
. 0
Totals
..40 5 10 33 20
Landreth batted for Ragan1 in ninth.
IJones batted for Forrester in tenth.
WEBB CITY.
Player AB. R. H. O. A. E.
Gray. c. : 4 . 0 2 11 0
I. Olson, ss S ' 2 2 4 3 1
Painter, 2b 5 1 1- 2 4 0
Dalrymple, cf 6 0 2.9 .0 0
Blosser. 3b. 5 0 2 3 1 0
Price. If 6 11 2 0 0
Milton, p . 4 0 1 0 3 1
Gill, lb , 4 0 0 8 0 1
Burns, rf. ... 4 0. 0-1-0 0
- Totals 41 4 11 30 12 I
Henry out bunting third strike on foul,
and one out when winning run was made.
. SCORE BY INNINGS,
Topeka ...1 010000020 15
Webb City.:0 0020011000 04
Summary: Earned runs Topeka
1, Webb City 4. Two base hits E
Olson, I. Olson, Blosser, Price. Sac
rifice hits Hurlburt, Runkel. Stolen
bases Blosser, Halla. Bases on balls
-Qff Milton 1, Struck out By Alli
son Z, by Forrester 5, by Milton 2.
Left on bases Topeka 6, Webb City
5. Double, play Olson to Painter to
Gill'. "Wild pitch Milton. Passed
balls Henry 2. Time of game 1:50.
Joplin 7-7, Leavenworth 1-5.
Joplin, Mo., June 3. Poor fielding on
the part of Leavenworth gave both
games of a double header to Joplin
Sunday, the scores being 7 to 1 and 7
to 5.. Wooley's catch of Olson's long
drive in the sixth inning of the second
game was a pretty piece of fielding. The
score :
JOPLIN.
Player AB. H. O.
A.
9
0
0
0
5
1
0
3
0
E-
Persch, If 4 2 1
Fillman, rf 4 11
2
0
0
Harrington, cf 4 0 3
Rohn. lb 4 18
Olson, ss 3 0 2
0
0
0
0
Armstrong, c 3 0 6
Vauchn. 2b 4 12
Fleming. 3b. 4 14
Westcott. p 3 0 0
0
0
2
B.
0
1
0
0
2
0
0
0
1
Totals 33 6 27 11
LEAVENWORTH.
Plaver AB. H. O. A.
Fisher. f 4 0 4 0
McDill, ss 3 112
Wooley. If 4 1 1 .0
Schumyer, 2b 4 0 2 2
Laughlin. 3b 4 0 0 3
McGill. lb 2 0 8 0
Quiesser, c : 2 0 6 1
Selby, rf 4 0 1 0
Gilbert, p 4 2 11
Totals 81 4 24 9 4
SCORE BY INNINGS.
Joplln 1 0 1 6 0 0 0 0 7
Leavenwortn o o o o u 1 o o o 1
The summary: Earned runs Joplin
2. Home run Persch. Three-base hit
Rohn. Two-base hits Fleming, Gil
bert. Sacrifice hits Harrington. Stolen
b. 3es Fisher, Olson. Bases on balls
Oft Wescott 4, off Gilbert 2. Struck out
By Wescott 6, by Gilbert 6. Left on
bases Leavenworth 7, Joplin 4. Hit by
Pitcher McGill. Time 1:35. Umpire
Kilduff. Attendance 2,500.
JOPLIN.
Player AB. H. O. A. E.
Persch, If 3 14 0 0
Fillman. rf. 3 2 10 0
Harrington, cf 4 15 0 0
Rohn, lb 3 1 14 0 0
own supervision, and when they reach
Olson, ss ,4 .1-1 ' 5
Vanderhill. o. J..... 4 .00 0
Vaughn, 2b. . 3 1 -i ' 6
Fleming, Sp. . 4 ' 1. 0 2
Welch, p. 3 . "1 0 : 0
Totals 31 "i 27 13
LEAVENWORTH.
P'ayer - AB. H. O. A
Fisher, cf a 2 ' 6 0
McDill,, ss 4 2 1 1
Wooley, If 4 0 6 0
Schumyer, 2b 4 .1.1 X
Laughlln, 3b Sill
McGill, lb . 4 1 6 0
Qulesser. c 4 0 ' 0 0
Middleton, rf. 4 0 4 0
Gilbert, p 1 10 0
Hollingsworth, p. .. 3 10 3
E
1
1
. 0
0
0
0
Totals .....36
9 24
6
0
0
0
0
SCORE BY INNINGS.
Joplln 1 4 0 0 0 2
Leavenworth 0 0 0 0 0 3
0 0
1 0
7
16
The summary: Earned runs Leaven
worth 5, Jjplin 2. Two-base hitMc
Dill. Three-' ase hits Vaughn, Rohn,
Hollingsworth 1, off Welch 1. Sacrifice
hit Persch 2. Stolen bases Fillman,
Rohn, Hollingsworth. Left on bases
Leavenworth 4, Joplin 6. Umpire Kll
duff. Time 1:45.
Oklahoma City 1, Hutchinson 0.
Oklahoma City, Ok., June 3. Hutch
inson was defeated in the twelfth inning
Sunday when Fleharty threw wild to
Zink, permitting Rapps to score. It was
a pitchers' battle between Bandy and
Fleharty, The score:
0
HUTCHINSON.
Player AB. H.
O.
0
3
8
2
13
1
1
A.
0
0
5
4
0
0
2
6
3
E
0 0
0
0
Wilson, rf. 5
Noyes, cf 5
Johnson, ss 6
Andrews, 3b 5
Zink, lb 6
McLuckie, If. 4
Barbour, 2b 4
Lewis, c 4
Fleharty, p 4
Totals 41
31 19
Pendry and Goes out for interference.
OKLAHOMA CITY.
Player AB.
H. O. A. E.
0 0 4 0
0 2 7 1
0 19 0 0
2 11 1
0 9 10
1 3 0 0
0 1 0 . 0
2 1 3 0
0 0 5.0
"5 36 21 "2
Pendry, 3b 4
White, ss 5 .
Gill,, lb 5
Rapps, rf 3
Goes, c 3
Scoggms. II 3
Lofton, cf 3 '
Wisser, 2b 3
Bandy, p 4
Totals 33
SCORE BY INNINGS.
Hutchinson 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Oklahoma City 0 0000000000 11
The summary: Sacrifice hit Wisser.
Double play Andrews to Johnson to
Zink. Left on bases Oklahoma City 8,
Hutchinson 5. Struck out By Bandy 9.
Bases on balls Off Fleharty 4. Hit by
pitched ball Lofton. Time 2:00. At
tendance 2,500. Umpire Eckman.
Wichita 10, Springfield 8.
Wichita, Kan., June 3. Osborne, who
joined Springfield here Sunday, was ta-
ken out of the box in the second inning f
after the locals had batted around and .
secured six runs, largely- due to errors. 1
After the second the game was a good
one. The score:
WICHITA
Player AB. H. O. A.
Milan, If. 5 0 0 0
McLear, rf 5 1 4.0
Hetllng. 3b 4 3 3 1
Bayless, cf 4 2 3 0
Holland, lb 4 15 1
Kelley. 2b 4 112
Annis. ss 3 2 2 2
Weaver, c 4 19 1
Speer, p 4 0 0 3
Totals .........37 11 27
SPRINGFIELD.
10
A. .
0
1
0
0
. o.
3
0
2
0
1
I'layer AB. H, O.
E.
1
0
2
0
1
1
2
Cole. If 5
smith, 20.
1
1
1.
o .
0 -1
1
0
1 .
Murray, cf. .
3
..- 4
4
....... 4
....... 4
3
0
, 4
4.
6
3
t
4
O
1
Hunt, lb......
Ellis, BS. ......
Welter, ss. ..
Nee. 3b
Partridge, c.
Osborne, p.
Olmstead, p.
Totals ..33 7 24
SCORE BY INNINGS.
10
Springfield 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 03
Wichita 0 6 0 0 0 0 1 3 10
The summary: Earned runs Spring
field 1, Wichita 2. Stolen bases Smith
2, Welter. Hetling, Annis. First base on
balls Off Osborne 2, off Speer 5. Struck
out By Osborne 2, by Olmstead 2, by
Speer 4. Left on bases Springfield 8,
Wichita 3. First on errors Springfield
2, Wichita 3. Time 1:50. Umpire
Guthrie. Attendance 3,500.
EVEX BREAK SATURDAY.
Topeka Took First Game and Webb
City Jhe Second One.
In a double header Saturday ifter-
noon the Champs split--even with
Webb City, by taking the first and
dropping the second. Halla was on
the mound in the first game and held
the visitors safe at all stages of the
game. He allowed but three hits
which were scattered at long inter
vals. Topeka scored the only run of
the game in the sixth inning when
with one out Henry singled to left
center. A moment later he stole third.
Abbolt flew out and Hurlburt walked.
Davis singled, scoring Henry for the
only run ' of the game. The only
chance for the visitors came in the,
eighth when Gray led off with a
double and was sacrificed to third by
Milton. The next two were easy outs
for Halla, however, and a shutout re
sulted.
In the second game Forrester op
posed Burns. Burns had pitched all
but two Innings of the first game but
his nerve was unlimited and he went
back in the second. He didn't seem to
have very much up his sleeve but
what he did have was in good work
ing order and three bunts and a clean
single were all the Champs could do
with him.
Topeka scored first when a combi
nation of three bunts in ' the second
Inning sent Halla across the registra
tion booth. Webb City tied it up in
the sixth on Painter's drive after Ol
son had stolen second. Nothing more
was doing for the visitors until the
eleventh although Topeka was fortu
nate in getting out of several tight
holes. Hits by Ivan Olson and Paint
er followed by a sacrifice by Dalrym
ple and a single by Blosser scored two
runs and the game for the visitors.
First game: -
TOPEKA.
: Player AB. R.
H.
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
1 .
1
O.
15
. 1
2
0
2
1
. 1
.2
3
A.
1
0
0
2
6
3
0
4
1
Abbott, lb. 2
Hurlburt. cf 3
Davis, rf.
Halla. p
Ragan. .ss. ...
Runkel. 3b. ..
Landreth, If.
K. Olson, 2b.
Henry, c.
Totals -."-25
6 27 18
WEBB CITY.
Player
Cheek, c. ...
I. Olson, ss.
Painter. 2b.
AB.
. 4
. 4
. 3
R.
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
o
0
H.
0
1
0
0 -
0
0
2
0
0
0-
A. E-
4
4
3
0
3
0 -0
0
2
1
Dalrymple. cf.
4
; price, if,'
Blosser. 3b 2
; Tfy- r lb S
j Burns.' p. 2
. Gill, ib. 1
' Totals -28
24 17
score by innings.
topeka. .0 0 0 0 01 0
Webb city ..t.o o u o u u u
1
0-0
Summary: Earned runs Topeka 1.
Two-base hits Gray 2. Sacrifice hits
Abbott, Milton. Stolen bases Henry.
Bases on balls Off Halla L off Burns 3,
off Milton L Struck out By Halla 2,
by Burns 2. Left on bases Topeka 6,
Webb City 4. ... Hit by pitched ball
Blosser. Time of gamel:20. Umpire
Jacobs Attendance 1,000.
Second game:
. topeka. .
.flayer
Abbott, If.
Hurlburt. cf.
Davis, rf. ....
Halla, lb. ....
Ragan, ss. .,
Runkel. 3b. ..
E. Olson, 2b.
Boles, c
Henry
Forrester, p.
IJones .
, AB.
.. 6
.. 6
.. 4
.. 4
... 2
.. 4
4
::
..
...1
R. H.
O.
A.
0
0
0
1
3
6
4
3
0
7
0
0 o
3
2
2
17
1
1
4
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
- 2
1
0
1
0
o
0
0
1
0
0
Totals
..136
33 23
Henry batted tnr Ttnles fn eleventh.
IJones batted for Forrester in eleventh.
WEBB CITY.
Player AB. . R. H. O. A. E.
Cheek, c. 2 0 0 1 1 0
Gill. rf. 2 0 0 0 0 0
I. Olson, ss. .. 4 2.2 1 3 1
Painter, 2b .-6- 1 2 4 3 0
Dalrymple, cf. .".--4- 0 1 8 0 0
Blosser, 3b SOI 0 2 1
Price, If 4 0 110 0
Gray, rf.-c 5 0 1 6 10
Milton, lb. .. .. 4 0 0 10 1 1
Burns, p. 4 0 1 14 0
Totals ............39 3 9 32 15 3
Henry batted for Boles In eleventh.
SCORE BY INNINGS.
Topeka .0-1 a 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01
Webb City 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 23
Summary: Earned runs Topeka 1,
Webb City 3. Two-base hits Gray.
Sacrifice hits Ragan, I. Olson.
Dalrymple. Stolen bases Henry, I. Ol
son. Bases on balls Off Forrester 1,
off Burns 1. Struck out By Forrester 3.
by Burns 6. Left on bases Topeka 4,
Webb City 9. Double plays Painter to
I. Olson to Milton. Runkel to Halla.
Wild pitch Forrester. Hit by pitched
ball Gill. Umpire Jacobs. Time
1:45.
At Wichita Springfield only got three
hits off Clark Saturday and Wichita
took the game by a score of 4 to 1.
Score by innings: ' R.H.E.
Springfield 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 01 3 1
Wichita .... .........1 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 4 6 4
Batteries Partridge and Olmstead;
Clark and Weaver. -
At Oklahoma City Page's superb
pitching, with giltedge support, and the
bunching of hits gave the Mets Satur
day's game.
Score by Innings: R.H S.
Oklahoma City 0 0201000 3 6 0
Hutchinson ....OO0OOOO2O2 4 1
Batteries Page and Goes; . Dalqulst
and Noyes.
At Joplin Until the ninth Saturday
Leavenworth made but one hit off
Quiesser and the locals won 6 to 1.
Score by Innings: R.H.E.
Joplin ......3 10 2 0000 6 8 1
Leavenworth .........0 0 0 0 0 10 0 01 3 3
Batteries Quiesser and Vanderhill;
Middleton, Selby and Quiesser.
Western Association Standing.
Clubs Won. Iiost. Pet.
2
1
1
0
1
Wichita
Oklahoma City
23 3 .885
20 7 . 741
18 11 .C21
17 12 .5S6
12 16 .429
10 18 .387
19 .240
5 25 .167
E. I Hutchinson ..
a 1 Webb city
Springfield ...
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
St. Louis J, Cincinnati 0.
Cincinnati, June 3. St. Louis won the
Sunday's game by scoring one run in
the ninth. On account - of the wet
grounds only one game of the sche
duled double header was played.
Score by innings:" R.H.E
Cincinnati 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 5
St. Louis ...........0 0 0 0 0l0 0 0 11 9
; Batteries Ewing. and Schletl; . Beebe
and Noonan. ; . , - ' .
Chicago '4, Pittsburg's.
Chicago, June 3. The locals over
came Pittsburg's lead Sunday and won
out in the seventh inning. on three sin
gles, a pass and Nealon's wide throw.
Catcher Smith was hit on the head by
a swiftly pitched ball and seriously in
jured. Lundgren was also crippled n
the seventh and forced to retire, a line
drive off Nealon's bat striking him on
the ankle.
Score by innings: . R.H.E.
Chicago -.0 1 0 0 0 0 3 0 4 8 :
Pittsburg ...00 1 1 100003 6 :
Batteries Lundgren, Brown and
Kling; Leever, Smith and Gibson
Xational League Standing.
Clubs Won. Lost. Per.
Chicago 30 9 .769
New York 28 11 .718
Philadelphia .... 21 15 .683
Pittsburg 19 "16 .543
Boston 16 - 22 .421
Cincinnati 15 . .23 .395
Brooklyn 12 27 . 308
St. Louis II 29 . 275
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
Detroit 4. Chicago S.
Chicago, June 3. Chicago lost the
concluding game of the long home ser
ies to Detroit Sunday, 3 to 4. Smith
had one bad inning and Eubanks was
batted hard in the seventh. A double
play, Cobb to Schafer, wound up the
contest.
Score by innings: R.H E.
Chicago .0 10 000 2003 7 4
Detroit. ,.-...0 0 3 4 00 10 04-8 1
Batteries Smith and Sullivan; Eu
banks, Mullin and Archer.
St. Louis 4. Cleveland 1.
St. Louis, June 3 The St. Louis team
won Sunday's game from Cleveland by
a score of 4 to 1. Cleveland could not
hit Howell while St. Louis found Bern
hard easy. Niles suffered a dislocated
shoulder in the first inning and will be
out of the game for several weeks.
Score by innings: R.H.E.
Cleveland 1 0000000 01 6 4
St. Louis 1 0 10 0 2 0 0 4 11 1
Batteries Bernhard and Bemis;How
ell and Stephens. -
American League Standing.
Clubs Won. Loai. Pet
Chicago 27 12 .693
Cleveland 25 15 .63
Detroit 21 15 .583
New York 19 17 .628
Philadelphia 19 18 . .514
St. Louis 16 24 . .400
Boston 13 26 .333
Washington - 10 23 .303
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION.
At Kansas City Kansas City 4; Min
neapolis 2.
At Milwaukee Milwaukee 5; St. Paul
3.
At Louisville Louisville 3; Indianap
olis .
At Toledo Toledo 6; Columbus L
American Association Standing.
Clubs Won. Lose .Pet.
Minneapolis 22 15 . 595
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WESTERN LEAGUE.
, . - Omaha 5, Pueblo 0.
Omaha, June 3. Omaha took Pueblo
into camp Sunday to the tune of 6 to 0,
chiefly through superior batting. The
game was full of brilliant plays in which
honors wer divided. '
Score by innings: R.H.E.
Omaha -. 20 0 0 O-O 3 0 6; 8
Pueblo 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Batteries Ragan and Gonding; Hatch
and Drill.
Sioux City 4. Lincoln. 8.
-Sioux City, 'June i. A home run- by
Manager Hart in the last half of the
ninth inning took Sunday's game from
Lincoln by a score of 4 to 3. -
Score by innings: R.H.E.
Sioux City 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 14 11
Lincoln ,....,..1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 03 11
Batteries Corbett and Spies; Stimmel
and Zinran. - . -
Dea Moines 15, Denver 5.
Des Moines, la., June 3. Costly errors
ana neavy. hitting markejl the game
ounaay, Des jvioines winning witn eass.
Score by innings: R.H.S.
Des Moines 10 2 2 1 6 13 15 12 3
Denver 1 00300100 5 10
Batterle Sporer, Miller and Yeager;
uimsteaa, Hingis and McDonough.
Western League Standing.
Clubs Won. lx.it.
Pet.
ues jnoines 21
Denver 18
Omaha 21
Sioux City 18
Lincoln 17
Pueblo , 11
15
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.663
- .638
.514
.500
.306
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Kansas Sunday Ball Games.
AT MERRIAM.
The Merriam baseball team defeated
Stanley here, 14 to 6. Merriam took the
lead - in the first inning and kept it
throughout the game.
AT CHANIITE.
The Chanute Eagles defeated Hum-
Doiat, 4 to L
AT BONNER SPRINGS.
Bonner Springs defeated the Western
unions or Kansas City, 10 to 3.
At Coffey ville In a very loosely
played game here CofCeyvllle beat
Fort.Smith by 13 to 3. A large crowd
witnessed the game.
ricore by inningsf R.H.E.
uorreyvllle , 0 3 0 3 3 0 3 1 13 11
Fort Smith 1 0 0 0 10 0 0 13 9 3
Batteries Womack and MeClin
tock; Dennles, Tripplet and Pinker-
ton. Umpire Finney.
At Lawrence The J., J. Fosters, a
Kansas City baseball team, was de
feated by the Lawrence local league
team in a game here by a score of 9
to 2.
Score by innings: R.H.E
Fosters 0 0000110 02 9 i
Lawrence 4 0 12 0 0 0 2 -9 10 !
Batteries P. Hansen, Rapp and E.
Hansen; Parnell and Cline.
At Newton Newton defeated the
Wichita Jobbers Juniors here by a
score of 4 to 1. -Score
by Innings: R.H.E.
Newton 0 0180000 4 6 3
Wichita . 000 10 00001 3
Batteries Newton, J. O'Connell
and Wells; Wichita, Leonard and
Forney.
At Junction City- The Chapman
ball team was defeated at Fort Riley
by the Fort Riley team.
Score by innings: R.H.E
Chapman : 0 0 0 0 0 2 10 03 3 5
Ft. Riley 10200010 4 10 3
Batteries Ludes and Scanlon and
Elliott; McGinnesa and Flaherty.
At Ellinwood Elllnwood and Kins
ley played a close and exciting game
here, Ellinwood winning in the last
half of the ninth.
Score by Inninss: R.H.E
Ellinwood 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 14 3 6
Kinsley 2 0001000 03 4 6
Batteries Power and Dreseen;
Bevis and Montgomery.
At Grantville Grantville defeated
Menoken at baseball here by a score
of 9 to 6. The feature of the contest
was the batting of Grantville. Bat
teries Grantville, Cook and Stein;
Menoken, Marshall and Updegraft.
At Tulsa, I. T. Tulsa made it three
straight by winning from Parsons, 7
to 3.
Score by Innings: R.f E.
Tulsa 4 3000000 7 10 6
Parsons 3 0000000 03 0 2
Batteries Gilreath, Hall and Den
ny; Harlln and Erhoff.
At Muskogee Bartlesville defeat
ed Muskogee here in a loosely played
game. After the game Umpire Low
man was assaulted and knocked down
by the fans.
Score by innings: R.H.E
Muskogee 3 0000000 14 8 2
Bartlesville ....0 1 06 200008 11 2
Batteries Wolford, Anderson and
Richie; Taylor and Bartley.
At Atchison The K. C. A. C. team
was trimmed at Atchison by a score of
6 to 1. The Atchison team made all
of its runs in the second round on
four errors, two wild pitches, a base
on balls, two outfield outs and two
singles.
R.-ore bv Innlnzs: R.H.E.
Atchison ..0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 5 1
K. C. A. C 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 1 01 5
Batteries Anderson and Doyle;
Walker and Flater.
At Kansas City In one of the fast
est amateur ball games ever played
here Arkansas City won from Ponca
City by a score of 4 to 3 in the tentn
inning. The visitors bunched their
errors in the third Inning while the
home team went into the air in the
eighth. The winning run was made
on two caught flies.
Score by Innings: R.H.W.
Ponca City 0 00000021 03 7 4
Arkansas City 1 02000000 14 6 7
Batteries Lancaster and . Dwig-
glns; Coxer and Perkins.
At Emmett Onaga was defeated
here by a score of 9 to 4. The last of
the game was very tame, the home
team clearly having the best of it. In
the eighth, the visitors found the ball
for three hits and scored twice. With
three more bits and a base on balls
they ran in two more in the ninth.
Emmett 1 0 10 2 0 4 1 09 15 4
Onaga .. 000 000 0 2 24 8 3
Two Players Suspended.
Milwaukee, June 3. President O'Brien
of the American association has an
nounced that he- has suspended Catcher
Pelt and Pitcher Kenna -of Louisville
pending an Investigation into their be
havior in Sunday's game at Louisville
in which it is claimed they incited riot
against Umpire Sullivan.
Manhattan 2. Washburn 1.
Manhattan, Kan., June 3. A closely
contested ten-inning game Saturday be
tween Washburn college and the Kan
sas State Agricultural college resulted ,
In a victory for the Farmers by a score
of 2 to 1. The game was remarkably
well balanced, the opposing pitchers
sharing honors about equally- and each
receiving splendid support.
Score by lnnintrs: R.H.E.
Washburn , Aim A AH1 O 0 0 1 4
K. 8. A. C 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 3 2
' Batteries Lonberg and Snyder; Mc-
i;anaiess and Miller. Umpire, yuigiey,
SATURDAY BASEBALL GAMES.
National League.
- Brooklyn 7, New York 6. -Clncinnati-St.
Louis, no game, rain.
- Pittsburg-Chicago, no' game, raint - -
Boston-Philadelphia, no game, rain.
American League.
Boston 2, New York 0.
.Chicago 1,. Detroit 0.
. Washington-Philadelphia, no game,
rain. . .-. .
St. Louis-Cleveland, no game, rain.
. American Association. ,
Minneapolis 6, Kansas City 3. "
St. Paul 10, Milwaukee 6.
Louisville 2. Indiai tpolis 2 (called at
end of tenth on account of rain). -
Toledo-Columbus, no game, rain. -
- Western League Games. -Des
Moines 4, Denver 0.
Omaha 6, Pueblo 2.
Sioux City 6, Lincoln 6. ; '
Harvard 1, Cornell 0.
Princeton 9, Yale 7.
Baker 6, Cotner 2. ,
Geneseo 2, Little River L
Muscotah 13. Everest 6.
The O. A. K. League.
Tulsa 7, Parsons 6.
Bartlesville 7, Muskogee 4.
ILLINOIS WON THE MEET.
Chicago Second at Western Intercol
legiate Games on Marshall Field.:
Chicago, June 3. Working true to In
dicated form, the track and field team
of the University of Illinois won the
western intercollegiate championship at
Marshall field Saturday afternoon. The
victory was by a narrow margin, Illinois
scoring 31 points, while Chicago finished
second with 29 1-3.
The teams of other institutions were
not serious contenders, although Wis
consin looked dangerous for a time.
finishing third with 17 points. Missouri
and Drake divided four and fifth hon
ors with 9 points each. .
Missouri came in for glory when
Jackson won the two mile run in 10:06,
Waggoner, of Ames, furnishing one of
the surprises of the meet by taking
second place in a sensational .finish in
which he beat Berties, of Wisconsin, for
second place, the Badger getting third.
Jackson took the lead at the start of
the long grind and held it all the way.
Berties stuck to him for seven laps.
Smith, ' of Illinois, holding third . place
most of the way.
7vo Foreign .Derbys Decided.
Chantilly, June 3. The French derby.
run here Sunday, was won by Maurice
Ephrussi's Mordant, an outsider, at 20
to L
Vienna, June 3. The Austrian derby,
at a mile and -a half, valued at 325,000,
was won Sunday by Count Wenkheim's
Styrian from Count Henckel s Come In
Time.
Broke a World's Auto Record.
Denver, June 3. In the automobile
races at Overland park Saturday after
noon the world's record for 60 miles,
open to stock gasoline cars, was broken
by E. L. Mathewson, driving a 40-horSe
power Thomas car. Time, 65:43 4-6.
Hatch Won the Race.' '
St. Louis, June 3. S. H. Hatch, of
Chicago, won the 25-mile Marathon race
from Freeburg, 111., to St. Louis Satur
day. His time was two hours 35 min
utes and 25 seconds. Alex Thibeaux,
of Chicago, finished second, a half mile
behind Hatch. Charles Treft, of St.
Louis, was third.
WESTERN ASSOCIATION GOSSIP.
WHERE THEY PLAY TOMORROW.
Topeka at Oklahoma City.
Webb City at Leavenworth.
Springfield at Hutchinson.
Wichita at Joplin.
The Champs will leave tonight for
Oklahoma City, where they will play
a series of four games with Oklahoma
City. A series of four more will fol
low with Joplin, after which the team
will return home tor two series ol
four . games each with Joplin and
Oklahoma City. A better line on the
relative standing of the different
teams can be obtained after these
series have been played as the strong
er teams of the league or those which
at the present time are doped up the
highest will have a chance to show
what they can dp when they are play
ing each other. With the stronger
teams playing the stronger teams and
the weaker playing the weaker there
is a slight probability that the race
will be evened up somewhat and the
teams on the two extremities of the
pennant ladder will draw nearer to
each other.
The Webb City team is playing the
game with more ginger than they did
when they were in Topeka on their
first trip. The infield works well to
gether and despite the low position
which the team holds they have a
creditable aggregation. The team is
now handicapped by having several
men on the sick list but with the addi
tion of a couple of men Manager Mil
ton will have a fine team. An infleld
er will join the team In Leavenworth
tomorrow.
Wichita Beacon: A Wichita man
sent $500 to Oklahoma City this
morning to cover a bet posted in the
city that the Mets will take four out
of the first seven games played with
the Jobbers. Several smaller bets
have been made and from the way
things look at the present time a large
amount of money will change hands
beforo, many moons. Wichita fans
have "a hunch" that It will be coming
toward Wichita, too. All of the money
offered by the Oklahoma City fans Is
being covered by local sports.
Olson started a neat little double
play in the eighth inning of yester
day's first game. With one man out
Gill had hit safely and Shaner started
a liner over " second. Olson jumped
up, pulling the ball down and catch
ing Gill at first, Olson to Halla.
Painter spiked himself In the first
inning of yesterday's first game and
had to retire until the . end of the
game. He went- back in the second
game.
Cheek caught a foul tip on the end
of the middle finger of his right hand
Saturday afternoon which necessi
tates a layoff for him for a while
Gray is the -only other man on the
team who can catch. He used to
catch for a Kansas State league team,
and was a fair catcher in that league.
Dalrymple certainly had a busy day
in center field yesterday. In the first
game he had but one chance but in
the second game he only caught nine,
some of the catches being rather dif
ficult. In the first game Saturday he !
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caught three while he had eight to his
credit in the second game.
St. Mary's Star: Coach Quigley of
the college baseball team has signed
with the Leavenworth team In the
Western league as manager for the
summer vacation. This is In con
sequence of a proposal made Wednes
day. He had decided to sign with the
Portland, Oregon, team but the Leav
enworth proposition being nearer
home he felt that for the shortness of
the time it would be better. He will
likely take Bakule and Govreau with
him as a battery for the team. l .
Nee, who is playing third base for
the Springfield team at the present
time, is a graduate of the SDrlns-neli
high school and Is rather young at
the game, as well as in age.
Frank Barber, who is now playing
second base for Hutchinson, is an old
time pitcher and at one time worked
with Milwaukee in the old Western
league. He Is still a good pitcher and
it Is only of late years that he has
gone to work on the infield. He is a
good batter. It-is not unlikely that as
soon as Casey is back in the game he
will be played at short instead ol
Johnson who is not getting away very
good in that position.
Springfield has annexed a can to
Carl Hunt who has been playing right
field. Hunt is an old timer in this
league but this year has not made a
very good showing. He is not as live
ly as he once was, probably due to his
advance in years and increase In
avoirdilpois. Cuthbert has been
shifted to right.
Wichita Beacon: "Texas" Jones is
no longer playing in the Western as
sociation. He left Webb City last
evening for Columbus, Miss., where he
will join that team In the Cotton States
league. He and Meredith were traded
to the Mississippi town in the deal
which 'enabled Webb City to secure
Lawrence Milton. Jones is a Wichita
product. He played ball in this city
In his amateur days. In 1905 he play
ed with the Guthrie Western associa
tion team and last year was an umpire
in the same league.
Springfield Republican;: Winfleld
Osborn, whose home is in Columbus.
Ohio, was signed yesterday and will be
given a tryout at Wichita in the box.
Osborn halls from the New England
league and Is said 'to have played good
ball last season. Haas, a catcher, who
has been playing in the Kansas State
league, was telegraphed yesterday to
Join the Midgets at Wichita. King
has gone to Helena to play in th9
Montana league. The ejuvenated
Midgets will, the local fans believe,
give a good account of themselves.
Selby, who is playing with the Leav
enworth team In the outfield, is an old
Three-Eye league man, and ought to
make a very valuable acquisition to the
Convict team. He has been catching
the team of Baker university this
spring. He is somewhat of a hitter,
judging from his records In the Three
Eye. The Parsons team which Is one for
merly owned by T. C. Hayden also of
Webb City has disbanded, and as
South McAlester has already quit busi
ness, the O. A. K. league has been
boiled down to six clubs.
Stift, who was with the Sprlngfled
team when they payed here this
spring, has been released. He frac
tured his arm in Wichita a few. days
ago- and since that time he has been
of no use to the taam.
Joplln News-Herald: Bright new suits.
as loud as they make 'em, are being
sported by the Convicts. They are so
loud that the players cannot sleep in
the same room with them. In fact, they
make a noise like thunder or Art Quies
ser, and it keeps the grandstand busy
rooting to drown the racket. The new
uniforms are of deep, lurid blue, blue
caps, black sox and bright, glaring yel
low stripes on the upper portion of same.
One might form the impression that the
Convicts have the blues, but such, they
claim, is not the case
In the game last Friday which War
ren Gill won with a home run, Manager
Jay Andrews of the Hutchinson team
was put on the bench by Umpire Eck
man.' Jay was talking too much.
After everything 'has been said about
the Topeka team in regard to who can
hit and who can't, there still remains
one strong point in their batting. Tope
ka has the best bunting aggregation in
the league and can play the hit and run
game with any of them. They can
also pull off the squeeze play with thu
best of them. . This feature of the bat
ting of the team has already won many
games for Topeka. With Olson, Runkel,
Halla, Captain Hurlburt and several
others who can sacrifice every time they '
come to bat the team earns many runs
without the semblance of a hit.
So far this season the Topeka team
has played six extra Inning games on thn
home grounds. The first one was played
with Leavenworth and was won by a
score of 10 to 9. The Champs dropped
two double headers to Springfield, losing
the first by a score of 3 to 1 and the
second by a score of 9 to 6. The Champs
took a double header from Hutchinson
by a score of 5 to 4. In two double
headers with the. Webb City team To
peka has broken even. Webb City took
Saturday's extra Inning game by a scora
of 3 to 1 and Topeka yesterday ran
away with the second by a score of 6
to 4. Topeka has just broken even in
extra inning contests on . the home
grounds.
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