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12 1MILLERS LOST TO LOUISVILLE COLONELS BUNCHED HITS ON BAILEY'S DELIVERY. Campbell Allowed an Equal Number of Drives, but Kept Them Scattered Watkins Tries Out Morgan at First BaseOyler Off Form. Louisville, June 13.Bailey had another bad day yesterday, the Louisville team bunching: hits on his delivery and scoring heavily in spots. Campbell allowed as many hits as Bailey, but he kept them -well scattered. Coulter was injured by running into a bench in chasing a long foul, but continued the game. The play was not particularly fast or interesting. Watkins was trying out a new man in Morgan, who comes from the St. Louia browns. fielded first base in good tyle and made two good singles. Oyler was off form again yesterday and assisted in the Louisville scoring by his error, fiullivan was the batting hero of the day. making a three-base hit that set the stands to going in uproarious fashion. Oyler made a clean double that also pleased them. Following is the score: Mpls. OMaloney rf. 0 0 Sullivan cf. 2 0Coulter If... 2 OLtslie ..1 0 Martin 8b 1 OFox 2b 1 0 0} lei- 88 1 2Morgan lb.. 2 1 Bailey 0 Lou'lle Kerwln If.. 1 1 Hallman If .1 1 I Jlart cf 1 2 Arndt 8b 1 1 Dexter 1 S Braihear 2b 2 8 White lb... 0 7 Qulnlan as.. 1 6 8 Campbell p. 2 1 2 Totals ...10 27 15 3 Totals ...10 24 10 2 Louisville 4 0 0 2 0 0 0 8 0 Minneapolis 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 24 Left on bases, Louisville 4, Minneapolis 8 earned runs, Louisville 4, Minneapolis 2, borne run, Dexter three-base bits, Sullivan 2 two feuse hits, Campbell 2, Oyler double play, Bra hear to Quinlan to White, struck out by Camp bell 4, b* Bailey 2 base on balls, off Bailey 1 bit by pitched ball, Leslie, White, passed ball, Leslie stolen bases, Brashear 2, Kerwln, Arndt. 'Time, 1.50. Umpire, Pears. Attendance, 8,500. AT MILWAUKEE. Mil Toledo Frisble cf O'Hara if Burns 2b Relsllng Crlstalf rf Brown Sweeney ss. 1 Eundbloms routher 3b 0 p. 0 6fc Kansas City 0 0 0 2 Toledo 3 0 8 2 MONDAY EVENING, Rff a Ind. 0 0 Carr 8b 2 1 0 Magoon 2b 2 2 0 McCreery lb 1 4 OSwander If. 0 0 0 Hogrlever rf 2 0 0 Heydon 1 0 0 Phillips cf. 0 2 1 3 2 1 0 0 Btone rf Schaefer ss. O Brien 2b Clark 3b Dougherty If 0 3 Hemphill cf 1 2 Bateman lb 0 8 Slattery i Curtis 1 7 1 0 O'Brien .ss. 1 0 110 Newlin 0 "White 0 72780 Totals 0 0 Totals 9 24 15 3 Batted for Newlin 'n ninth Milwaukee 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Indianapolis Earned runs, Milwaukee 1, Indlanaoplls 1: two base hits Stone, Heydon, O'Brien, stolen bases, Schaefer, Clark, Daugherty, sacrifice hits, Hamp hlll, base on balls, off Curtis none, off Newlin 5 hit by pitched ball, Heydon, struck out, by Cur tis 5, by Newlln 9 left on bases. Milwaukee 5, Indianapolis 8, umpire, Bausewine, time, 1 85 Attendance, 3,800. AT COLUMBUS. Colbus a St. Paul Davis rf 1 0 0 0 Jones of 1 2 Wrigley 2b 2 2 3 0 Clingman ss 1 0 Friel 3b .12 2 0 Jackson rf. 0 8 Klhm lb 2 10 1 0 Wheeler If. 0 0 Clyrnjsr cf.. 0 2 0 0 O'Brien 3b 2 0 Martin If 0 1 0 1 Kelley lb.. 1 14 Brldwell ss 0 2 7 0 Marcan 2b.. 1 1 Yeager 0 2 0 0 Sullivan c. 0 8 (Slendon p. 1 0 3 0 Ferguson p. 2 1 Dorner p..0010 Totals... 8 24 18 Totals 7 27 17 1 Columbus 2 0 1 2 1 0 1 0 *7 St Paul 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 02 Stolen baies, Klhm, Brldwell sacrifice hits, Klhm, Clvmer, Sullivan, first base on balls, off Glendon 2, off Dorner 1, off Ferguson 3, two base hit*. Wrigley, Davis, O'Brien 2, Clingman., double plajs. Biidwell to Wrigley to Klhm, Wrigley to Brldwell to Kihm struck out. by Glendon 1, by Ferguson 3, passed balls, Sulli van 2, inninngn pitched, by Glendon 6 2-3, Dorner 2 1-3, hits, off Glendon 7. off Dorner 1, time, 1.43, umpire, Klem and Holliday. AT TOLEDO. K. QHill cf 1 0 Van B'n 0 O'Bonner 2b.. 1 0 Ryan 8b 2 OMontg'y If 0 Butler 1 Lewee ss 0 Barry rf .i 0 Durham 4 1 0 3 0 5 0 1 0 0 0 2 Totals ...12 27 11 1 Totals ...4 24 8 7 0 0 0 0 02 0 3 0 0 11 Left on bases, Toledo 7, Kansas City 4 two-} base hits, O'Hara. Sweeney, Ryan 2, three-base bits, O'Hara, Burns, home run, CrIstall, stolen bases, Reisllng 2, Frlsbie, Burns, Brown, double plays, Sweeney to Relsllng to Brouthers Durham to Van Buren, Bonner to Van Buren, struck out, by Lundblom 4, by Durham 2, bases on balls, off Lundblom 1, off Durham 4 wild pitch, Lund blom. Time, 1 50. Umpire, Hart. STANDING OF THE CLUBS. Played. Won. 28 28 28 25 27 20 18 14 Columbus 45 St Paul 48 Milwaukee 48 Indianapolis 47 Louisville 51 Minneapolis 48 Toledo .44 Kansas City 45 Lost. 17 20 20 22 2 4 28 26 81 GAMES TO-DAY, Minneapolis at Louisville. St. Paul at Columbus. Kansas City at Toledo. Indianapolis at Milwaukee. AMERICAN LEAGUE GAMES YESTERDAY. New York 2, Chicago 0. Boston 2, St. Louis 1 (16 innings). STANDING OF THE OLTTBS. Won. 81 28 24 23 24 20 16 6 Boston 46 Chicago 47 New York 42 Cleveland 41 Philadelphia 43 St. Louis 42 Detroit 43 Washington 41 Lost. 15 19 18 18 19 22 27 35 GAMES TO-DAY. Boston at St. Louis New York at Chicago. Philadelphia at Cleveland. Washington at Detroit NATIONAL LEAGUE GAMES YESTERDAY. Brooklyn 4, St. Louis 3. STANDING OF THE CLUBS. STANDING OF THE CLUBS Played, North Star 4 Watch School 8 M. St. 4 Steel & Machinery 5 Chamber of Commerce 5 Patterson & Stevens. 5 DIRTY PLAY AT LACROSSE GAME Rough House Tactics Spoiled the St. Paul Calumet Contest Yesterday. Dirty play was the predominant feature of the St. Paul-Calumet lacrosse game at Lexington park yesterday. About 2,500 persons witnessed the game, which re sulted in a tie score of 5-5. Both the Chi cago and St. Paul teams have much to learn about lacrosse, the free use of rack ets across heads showing that miscon ceptions of the rules of the game were in order. Several players were taken from the game and a general melee was threat ened on more than one occasion. The line-up of the teams was as follows: Chicago St. Paul. Young, T. Collins, p., 6 Armstrong H. Stephanson, c. c. p., It. Brown 0. Morrison, first first d., Murphy N. Beaton, second d....seco nd d.. W. Gaiseford Courtice. third third d., J. Allen Mulligan, Towers O Barrett, third third A. Raymond C. Donnellj, second second h., J. Allen P. Rubridge, first first h., J. Elliott Sewell, o. o. h., G. Kerwln Culbertson, i. b........ 1. h., O. Oehme G. Wood, c, .c, J. Monkman Macdonald, Ji., Henry Beatty La liatte, t. t. k, A. A. Smith Referee, Halsted of Minneapolis. Games* scored: First quarter, St Paul, Oehme, 3 min Allen, 10 min. Chicago, Sewell, 4 mln. Sewell, l'/s min- Second QuarterSt. Paul, Ker wln, 8 min Kent in, 2^4 min Towers, 7 mln. Third QuarterChicago, Rubrldge, 8 min. Rub rldge, 3 min. Fourth QuarterChicago, Cul bertson, 314 min. First and second quarters, 30 minutes each. Third and fourth, 15 minutes each. NORTHERN LEAGUE AT SUPERIOR. Superior a Fargo 2 ODmtvfile SB 0 0 0 Furlong cf.. 0 8 ORose If 0 OWerden 0 OLynch 3b 0 OTrager rf.. 0 0 Edwards 8 IMankle 2b, 8 OHlllock p. Doll 3b 3 2 Anderson cf 0 2 O'Dea 2b 0 1 Cameron 1 12 Rogers 2 6 Allen rf 2 2 Hughes If.. 0 2 Egan ss 2 0 Shaw 0 0 2 1 0 0 11 0 1 0 1 1 7 0 0 0 4 Totals ...10 27 11 1 Totals 2 27 12 4 Score by innings. Superior 2 O 1 1 1 0 0 0 05 Fargo 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 Summary: Bases stolen. Rose. Dell, Rogers, Allen 2, Egan, two-basa hits, Dell. Cameron, bases on balls, off Sbaw 1. oft Hillock 8, hit by pitched ball, O'Dea, struck out, by Shaw 6, by Hilock 7 umpire Smith, time of game, 1:30 attendance, 2,000 AT DULUTH. a Crook 1 0 OBreyette ss. 1 2 1 5 IChils 2b 1 1 1 0 2 1 Carlisle cf 1 1 2 16 1 0 Novacek rf 1 1 2 5 2 0 Hoff'ister 0 6 1 0 0 0 Burton lb.. 1 7 1 2 8 0 Hoffman 8b. 1 0 0 1 8 2 Henry 1 8 118 0 Miller If 1 0 1 0 Dul 0 *6 01 Corrigan rf. 0 Guillen 3b 0 Randall, If Zink O'Leary Lagger cf Bell ss Owens 2b Nolden p.. Waterloo 5, Ottumwa 2 Marshall town 6, Oskaloosa 1. Boone 1, Burlington 2. Fort Dodge 3, Keokuk 2. Pet .622 .583 .583 .532 .529 .417 .409 .311 Pet. .674 .596 .571 .561 .558 .47(3 .872 .146 0 0 4 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 8 8 0 Mille If Martin Totals 8 27 19 4 8 26 16 1 0 0 12 8 0 07 Totals Duluth 0 0 0 1 0 Crookston 0 0 0 0 1 Earned runs, Duluth 2, Crookston 2 two-base hits, Nolden, zink, Miller, Randall stolen bases, O'Leary. Lagger, Carlisle sacrifice bits, Ran dall, Schils, base on balls, off Martin 1 struck out, by Nolden 5, by Martin 6, left on basis, Duluth 8, Crookston 4: hit by pitcher, Qulllen attendance, 3,200 time. 1.45, umpire, Hogan. STANDING OF THE OLTTBS. Played. Won. Lost. 6 8 9 8 11 14 Duluth 20 14 Grand Forks 19 11 Fargo ...21 12 Superior 17 9 Ciookston 16 5 Winnipeg 19 5 Pet. .700 .579 .571 .520 .813 .264 THREE-I LEAGUE Rock Island 5. Cedar Rapids 4. Bloomtngton 3, Davenport 6. Decutur 9, Rockford 5. Springfield 5, Dubuque 4. IOWA LEAGUE SATURDAY'S GAMES AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. Minneapolis 4-7, Toledo 2-0. Indianapolis 6-1, St Paul 5-4. Columbus 10, Milwaukee 5. Louisville 3, Kansas City 1. NATIONAL LEAGUE. Chicago 1, New York 0. St. Louis 5. Brooklyn 2. Pittsburg 19, Boston 1. Cincinnati 7, Philadelphia 2. AMERICAN LEAGUE. Detroit 8. Washington 3. Philadelphia 1, Cleveland 0. Chicago 6, New York 3. St Louis 1, Boston 1. THREE-I LEAGUE. Rockford 3, Dubuque 2. Springfield 64 Decatur 1. Davenport 2, Cedar Rapids 3. Bloomington 5, Rock Island 1. NORTHERN LEAGUE. Grand Forks 3, Winnipeg 1. Duluth 4, Crookston 3. Fargo 4, Superior 2. WESTERN LEAGUE. Des Moines 5, Omaha 3. Denver 3, Sioux City 0. WHiMAR GUN CLUB Successful Two-day Tournament Brought to a Close. Wilmar's gun club closed a successful two days' shoot at that place Saturday. It was the fifth annual tournament of the club and the attendance was large. The program was at 890 birds, and six money prizes were hung up for high averages for the two day shoot They were won by L. E Parker, Guptill, J. D. Morrison, Fred E. McKay, H. R. Taylor, B. H. Moulton, Jr. O'Loughlin, Editor. Plared. Won. Lost Pet. 20 28 30 21 21 10 10 8 New York 43 Chicago 42 Cincinnati 48 8t. Louis 42 Pittsburg 43 Brooklyn 4ti Boston 43 Philadelphia 39 14 14 15 21 22 27 27 31 .674 .667 .667 .500 .488 .413 .872 .205 GAMES TO-DAY. Chicago at New York. Pittsburg at Boston. St. Louis at Brooklyn. Cincinnati at Philadelphia. COMMERCIAL LEAGUE GAMES SATURDAY. Chamber 19-15, Patterson-Stevenson 6-1. Watchmakers 4, Minneapolis & St. Louis 2. Lost. 0 0 2 3 3 5 Pet. an. 4 3 2 2 2 0 1.000 1000 .500 .400 .400 .000 GAMES NEXT SATURDAY, Steel Se Machinery vs. Chamber of Commerce, Ut Bryn Mawr. St. Louis vs. North Star, at Twenty-ninth and Bloomington. Watch School vs. Patterson-Stevenson, at Broadway and Central. North Star 6-1, Steel & Machinery 2-0. WESTERN LEAGUE M'aOmiSft 1, Des Moines 0. B$,JLSioux City 6, Denver 4. V.? %W SvColordo Springs 6. St. Joseph 4. &&* THEY WERE RATTLED. A man who had been drinking water at Louis ville made so much noise in the stand that the mil- _____ lers were rattled. (They use~water to become intoxicated with in Kentucky.) WEBSTER WAS LUCKY. Bill Webster hooked up his $7 rod, his $5 reel, 80-cent line, 25-cent hook and 10- cent frog bait layout yesterday and caught a 3-cent sunfish, spending $4.75 worth of time in the effort and paying $1.60 for a boat. Pupil figuring out the profit will be allowed to be hit by Web's automobile going at three miles an hour. TRIED O ROB JEFFRIES. San Francisco automobilist tried to run over and kill Jack Munroe in streets there yesterday. Plain case of trying to rob Jeffries of the pleas ure of managing his demise. HOW DUMMY SAVED. "Dummy" Kihm is said to be the richest player in the^ American- association, hav-'^ ing saved his wages. A factor unnoted i tha t-y.% "Dummy" was never flned^^ WITH THE ATHLETES ^OUTOF^DOORS 1 Haines WATKINS AFTER POOLROOMS TO DDLUTH STAR "WJ^Sfll Men and Money Have Been Of fered for Young O'Leary. Duluth, Minn., June 13.There is a great flutter among the Duluth fans be cause it is whispered that the whltesox are to lose Dan O'Leary, one of the catchers and a batsman of the first class I is leported that a deal is on whereby he will be traded to the Minneapolis American association team for Pitcher Bailey, Catcher Leslie and a second base man. I is also suspected that Van Praagh is to get a piece of money to boot. The re port is so well substantiated that it is a cepted here as a fact, and the fans are surprised and a little bit discouraged They have been proud of the team, and the trading off of O'Leary will dampen their ardor some. Maybe Van Praagh may yet back out if he has not gone too far with the deal. WITH THE AMATEURS Javas Won SecondFast Play by Teams at Minnehaha Yesterday. Heavy batting and brilliant field work won the game for the Javas at Minnehaha ball park yesterday afternoon before a crowd of 1,000. Fleetham was in the box for the Javas and pitched a fair game. Plymat made a good showing at the bat, and put the ball to the garden when hits counted runs. McCollum, who pitched for Mankato, started in like a whirlwind, but eased up. The victory yesterday gives the Java* the long end of the series, the Javas being beaten by Mankato in the opening game of the season, and the Javas taking Saturday's game with Mankato at Nicol let park and yesterday's game. The score: Java. Hllle ss Hoke 2b.... Mullane lb. Grodnlck 3b. Fryer rf... Harkins If. Kinkel c... Ryan cf.... Fleetham p. a Mankato. 2 1 lLaClaire ss. 1 1 4 1 Osgood cf.. 1 8 0 OGove 2b 0 2 0 1 Plymat If.. 4 1 0 0Brown rf... 0 2 0 OEffer 1 1 OGiblln 3b... 2 0 OKrost c... 0 6 2 5 0 McCollom 0 0 2 2 11 2 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 8 0 4 2 Totals....12 27 11 8 Totals.... 9 24 11 2 Java 0 1 2 0 2 0 1 1 *7 Mankato ...0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 04 Earned runs, Javas 2 three-base hit, Grod nlck two-base hits, Ryan and Kinkel double plays, Gove to Giblin stolen bases, Harkins, Kinkel, Plymat and Giblin struck out, by Fleetham 9, by McCollom 6, bases on balls, off Fleetham 8, off McCollom 2 wild pitch, Fleet ham 1, McCollom 1, passed balls, Krost 1, Kin kel 1 left on bases, Javas 5, Mankato 10 at tendance, 1,000 umpire, Force time, 2 10. RESULTS OF GAMES. Barrington Hall 10. Minneapolis Iron Store 7. Oom Pauls 11. Ecklund Clothing Co 8. Elsele Cigar Co. 11, Northwestern Casket Co, 8. Y. M. O. A. 36, Boutells 7. Dodson-Fisher 12, First National Bank Clerks 2 Donohueo 17, Comets 6. Victorias 8, Ha Ha's 5. Washburns 4. Brownies 4. George Starrs 12, New Bostona 2. Merrlmacs 18, Comets 6. Ed Faheys 4, Black Stars 2. Second Street Sluggers 8, Lyndales 2. GAMES WANTED. The Washburn Home team wish games with any 13-jpear-old team in the city. For games address George Humphrey, Washburn Home, Fiftieth and Nicollet. The Dodson, Fisher, Bockmann team wish games with any commercial house team in city. Address H. C. Payne, 19 Third street N. The Victorias want a game for June 26 and July 3 Address R. Gray 2836 Nicollet avenue. The Apex team defeated the Powers team in a one-sided game yesterday by a score of 14 to 2. Carney, for the Apex, had the Powers batters at his will, fanning eighteen men. The Apex team would like to hear from out-of-town teams. Address C. U. Williamson, 820 Eighth avenue S. The Island Cycle company team yesterday won its tenth successive victory by defeating the Johnson & Swenson team at Broadway and Central. Nearly 1,000 people witnessed the game. Decisions of the umpire caused the game to be called when the score was 2 to 0 in the Islands favor. The game was forfeited to the Islands. Manager Braman of the Palace team has chal lenged the Java team to a game on the Java grounds at $100 a side. The La Finer and Wadswortb teams will play at the grocers' picnic, Wednesday, for a purse Of $10. The Merrimacs want games for Sunday with 16 or 17-year-old teams. Address N. Hagen, 2401 Third street N. The Hierolzer Shoe company's fast baseball team has not been defeated this season. They took the Crescents into camp yesterday after noon by a score of 11 to 0. The feature of the game was the pitching of James O'Leary of the winners He was invincible. The Hlerolzers would like to arrange games with fast 14-year- old teams in the city. For games with the win ners address George Falbisauer, 1327 Marshall street NE. The boys and men of the Lake Street M. E church have organized a club under the name of the Calhoun A. A. Saturday, evening the married and single men played a game of ball, the single men winning, 12 to 6. Foi games with the teams address James Roach, Twenty-eighth street and James avenue N. CHAMPIONSHIP IK DISPUTE. Much wrangling is going on in high school baseball circles over the interscholastic cham pionship. The main point lies in the North South high game, which was scheduled for May 18 but was never played, North high wanting the game played on their grounds, while South high offered to stand expenses and have the game played at Nicollet park. Stillwater sends in objections to South high's claim to the cham pionship, saying their team has a better claim and that in their game with Stillwater the score was 10 to 1, but the game was called in the fourth inning on account of rain. Manager Wingreene says that the score was not as large as that, and, five innings being necessary for a game, Stillwater's claim will not hold. The games won by North high and South high are. North High 11, St. Paul Central 3. North High 8, Minneapolis Central 5. North High 5, Cleveland High 4. North High 34, Hamline Medics 4. Lake Crystal 4, North High 1. St Thomas 13, North High 8. South High 7, East High 5. South High 10, St Paul Central 3. South High 9, Central 0. South High 5, Minneapolis Business College 1. South High 18, Excelsior 6. Exhibition games. 1 for sasslng the umpire. Thatjfr cuts down wages right smart if per-| sisted in. Che Yellow Rammer. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE ANTI-BOOSTERS. A SUGGESTION. "Wihuja could not win on account of light winds."Exchange. Now, if Charley Moth, Max Luttbeg, Colonel Lee, Manager Braman, Lieu tenant Force al. had been on the lee side and talking a bit the Wihuja wouldn't have had an excuse in the world and would probably have climbed a^ tree on 'tother side of lake before Loudon brothers could have set an anchor. COME ON, BOYS. Mankato players are re quested to call at The Hammer office and get amateur bottons along with the rest of the kid nines. After seeing the Javas at the Manks Sat urday and Sunday, we have decided that they are amateurs all right, all right. HARRY PENCE'S TRAIL. O ft O Cartoonist Peoria XJ^X. Wing of The Hammer has drawn the accompanying telling car toon of Harry Pence's trail up Ken wood hill Saturday afternoon. I was drawn from life. *s^. if THE MINNEAPOLIS JOTJRNiCL i. *5Swl MONDAY'S REGULAR. Same old lies about why they didn't bite yesterday are floating about to day. USE TELEPHONES Bookmakers Feel That They Have Outwitted the Police in New York. New York Bun Special Service. New York, June IS.Information was generally circulated in the Tenderloin last night that fully fifty of the poolroom managers who were put out of business by the recent action of the Western Union Telegraph company have made arrange ments to receive results by telephone, and that things will be going full blast at 2 o'clo ck this afternoon. Addresses were freely handed about. I was said last night that a ring of pool room men had succeeded in making ar rangements with the telephone company by which the company would be unable to 'I give the poli ce information as to the loca tion of the new poolrooms. Memphis, Tenn., June 13.Preliminary arrangements have been completed for the first test of wireless telegraphy in* serv ing poolrooms with results of races at east ern and western tracks. A agent of the Forest system has arrived with wire less paraphernalia, and the experiment is being watched by other poolrooms in the south. The first test will be made this afternoon. MIDGETS MET IN THE PRIZE RING Charles and Frank Rossow Bat tled at Coney Island Friday- Night. New York Sun Special Service. New York, June 13.Right under the nose of the Coney Island police the live liest sort of a six-round bout was fought on Friday night. Bob Fitzsimmons ref ereed the bout, and tffter the knockout declared it was the fastest fight that he ever had witnessed. Several hundred sportsmen saw the bout. The two fighters were Charles and Frank Bgssow, the midgets whose clever work is one of the features of Coney Island. Frank was knocked out in the fifth round. Charles is of the Corbett classactive on his feet and quick with his hands. Frank is slower in his movements, but a trifle heavier. The midgets fought with skill and science. The crowd roared at "Lanky Bob" as he danced around the fighters, looking like a great ogre when compared to the little fighters. PARTNERS HAVE AGREED Highball Speeding West to Start In the Derby. New York Sun Special Service. New York, Tune 13 The dispute Which at one time threatened to disrupt the relations existing between Walter Scheftel and "Bud" May, owners of Highball, has been amicably ad justed and the colt is now on the way to Chicago to run in the American Derby* park next Saturday. at Washington Mr May wo ottt in his effort to have Highball shipped west, while Mr, Scheftel succeeded in- obtaining the services of Fuller, the jockey be preferred to have ride Highball. fc OPEN" AIR BATTLE PLANNED. New York Sun Special Service. New York, June 18.An agreement has been reached?, and articles will be signed shortly for a slx^round boxing match between Fitzsimmons and "Philadelphia Jack" O'Brien. The bout v. ill be held in the open air id the Philadelphia ball park. The exact date will be decided when the articles are signed. The men will weigh in at 165 pounds. SCHAEFER WON MATCH. Paris, June 13.The billiard match between Schaefer and Cure at 8,000 points, 18 inch balk line, two shots in, was won by Schaefer by 12 points. The winner ran out with a break of 63. He received a tremendous ovation. NORTHWESTERN GAMES Stillwater, Minn., June 13.Stillwater won from White eBar by a score of 3 to 2. Ladysmith, Wis., June 13Ladysmith defeated Tony 9 to 4. Belle Plaine, Minn June 13.Belle Plaine de feated Le Sueur here yesterday by a score of 9 to 8. Morris, Minn., June 13The Tara Clippers of Clontarf were defeated by the Indian team by a Score of 10 to 4. The Clippers played the Alberta team at Alberta in the afternoon and were again defeated 10 to 0 Humboldt, Iowa, June 13.Humboldt college defeated Goldfield here Saturday 9 to 1. Prentice, Wis., June 13.Prentice defeated Medford 7 to 5. Walnut Grove. Minn., June 13 Charleston de feated Walnut Grove In a hot contest here to day. Score, 8 to 4. lion Mountain, Mich June 13 Iron Mountain defeated the Oconto team here yesterday 10 to 0. Eau Claire, Wis June 13 The Eau Claire team defeated the Minneapolis Plymouths here yesterday. Score, 3 to 1. The game was close and exciting and heavy hitting won the game for the local team- Pine City, Minn June 13 The Palace team Of Minneapolis was defeated here yesterday by the local team. Score, 8 to 2. BatteriesPow ers and Payne, Cloutier and Mertz Hopkias, June 13 Hopkins defeated the Blue Labels of Minneapolis here yesterday by a score of 13 to 10. Batteries foi Hopkins, Phyle and Bally, Blue Labels, Gillette and Grebs Mayville, N. June 13 Five to three was the score in the game between Mayville and the Devils Lake high school team, in favor of the former. Dodge Center, Minn., June 13.Dodge Center and West Concord crossed bats here yesterday, Dodge Center winning, 7 to 6. Salem, S. June 13 The Canistota team defeated Montrose at the old settlers' picnic Saturday, 2 to 1. Vol. I. No. 28. DULUTH WANTS HIM. Duluth fans are singing "Bailey, Please Come Home," and want him to pitch in the Icicle league. Little boys will please not strew any tacks on the north-bound cycle path. GOT A NEW ONE. Charley Somerby has a corking new story. Can't print itbut he'll tell it if properly approached. Must be sick. G. L. wasn't to be. seen at Kenwood hill Saturday. Milwaukee has been selected as meeting place of annual convention of .skat players. This will save rail road fare for about 98 per cent of the players in the country. Charley LaFargue has moved back to the city flat. Clarissa's poodle would not stay at the Minnetonka cottage. Jeffries* sore knee won't be a marker as compared with Munroe's head on Saturday mc rning. KN 3E IS BETTER. Guess about all the easy money is down as a result of that sore knee story from JSarbin Springs. fef-SJ Didn't see anything of Moulton go ing after Guptil at that Willmar shoot last week. Had plenty. Ed? WIHUJA LOST IN LIGHT BREEZES MINNETONKA BOAT RACES IN FICKLE WINDS. While a Winner In Sailing the Handi cap Out Out the Seawanhaka Can didate by Twenty SecondsSea manship Put to a Hard Test. Saturday afternoon's yacht races at Minnetonka developed into a slow drift ing match and it was just by the neck of time that the different classes finished. The yachts sailed across the starting line under a fine breeze, but after the first time around the course there was barely enough wind to fill the sails. A had been expected, Wihuja was handicapped and sulked for want of breeze and sea. She had a fine start and for the first half of the course led Babbie and Undine a merry chase. Wihuja came in over the home line first with Babbie two minutes behind. Babbie has a time allowance of two min utes, which made her race with Wihuja a tie. Undine in the meantime had not been idle, and having caught about every whiff of a breeze crossed the line at 1.59:55, making her the winner, having a time allowance of five minutes. Wihuja lost her race to Undine by twenty sec onds. Undine is a former White Bear boat and established her record as a light weather boat by her good performance at Saturday's race. There was no fault to find in either the handling of Wihuja or in her sailing quali ties. She is a heavy weather boat and only a good stiff breeze and good sea will suit her. Her sails fit perfectly and she cuts the water in beautiful shape, but she wants more than a mild breeze to show off her fine points. Waterwitch came in first in class Jim Crack second. Victoria won out in class C, being the only boat to finish. Hazard was the first in the open sloop class to cross the line and added another trophy pennant to her already long string She beat her other four contestants by a great margin. Outcast was second. I the cat class, Hobo (now Navajo) won. The preparatory gun was fired at 3:30 and about twenty-five boats crossed the line. Only fourteen finished, owing to lack of wind. Highlunde, who had a mast put in temporarily, broke it early In the forenoon. The sloops started out in a close bunch and paired off after rounding Excelsior buoy. From Excelsior to the oenter buoy the yachts sailed fine and the lake was a beautiful sight. Wihuja, Waterwitch and Hazard led in the ir classes. Following is a summary of the results: Class A Time Corrected Sloop and Skipper Allowance. Time. Wihuja, Hugh Loudon Scratch 1 55 15 Babbie, Allan Hill ...2 mln. 1-55 15 Widow, Clint Avery 5 min. Not finish Undine, Frank Morse 5 min 1.54 55 Class Waterwitch, Charles Chalmers Scratch 1-56-40 Dixie (Black Deuce) Earl MendelDid not finish Jim Crack, Burt Dexter 2 min. 2.02 33 Minneapolis, H. D. McCordDid not finish. Nightingale P. Lauritzen 4 min. 2:08.45 Class C Victoria, William Newgord. Scratch Outcast, Hope McCall. Hazard, Roy Wagner 4 min. Voran, H. J. Bauman 5 min. Kelpie 8 min. Pirate 2 min. Oat- Hobo. H. Richter Scratch Tobasco, Roj Thompson Scratch. Wihuja is to sail in the trial races of the White Bear club for the Seawanhaka cup and will be shipped for White Bear Wednesday and will sail in the White Bear races Saturday afternoon. The trial races will begin Monday. The three Lou dons with a number of Lake Minnetonka yachtsmen Will go to White Bear to take in the exciting event. 2 11s40 2 04:40 2 15 15 2 06 10 2 14.14 2 17 00 2:23.05 WTLIJ NOT POSTPONE FIGHT Jeffries' Knee Improves Under the Hot Water Treatment. Harbin Springs, Cal June 13.Seething hot applications every two hours have so far reduced tie swelling of Jeffries' knee that he was able to take light work yesterday and to-day he is in good trim for harder exercise. No serious results are expected from the lay off. Six weeks or training have transformed the beefy looking champion Into a well-chiseled ath lete. There is no chance of the championship contest set for next Friday night being postponed. In fact, Delaney has wired friends to that effect. San Francisco, Cal June 18 Manager Harry Pollock, after seeing his protege, Jack Munroe, work out yesterday, was delighted with the form displayed by the miner When Munroe commenced his work the spectators saw some thing akin to genuine fighting The several as piring heavyweights gave the big miner a fast workout and they tried their best to sneak in a hard blow. Munroe's sore nose was skinned again, and it gave him a rather gory appearance. Munroe's work was done without a rest, as he went from one boxer to another without a re spite. After a rnbdown he went for a dip in the ocean. Butte, Mont, June 13.Two Chicago boxers, Benny Yanger and Jack O'Keefe, are attract ing the attention of the sport lovers of Butte and in fact of Montana to day. They are to figure in contests to-day, miners' union day. Yanger is to meet Aurelio Herrera and O'Keefe will try conclusions with Billy Mellody, who claims the white welter-weight championship since his victory over Martin Duffy in Chicago recently The men arc to fight at the new am phitheater now in course of erection. SATURDAY'S SPORTS HILL CLIMBING AT KENWOOD. Oxicials of the Minneapolis Automobile club have made up the following summary of the hill climbing contest at Kenwood hill, the winners of which were announced in The Journal sport extra of Saturday: Class No. 1, Machine Valued at $2,750 and Over Owner. Make. Time. J. Queal Pope-Toledo "59 A Timme Pope-Toledo ...105 Dick Fen is Pope-Toledo 1 05 4-5 Heffelflnger'.... Peerless 1081-5 Ralph Bagley Packard 1 11 Bert Strong Steams 1 22 Class No 2. Machines Valued Between $2,750 and $1,750 KTAOINSHRDLUTJ ETAOINSHRDLDU ETAOINSHRDLUU ETAOINSHRDLUU ETAOINSHRDLUU ETAOINSHRDLUU Class No. 8. Machines Valued Between $1,750 and $1,000 M. E. Clark Rambler 107 3-5 0. 0. Pillsbury Franklin 110 1-5 Dr A. P. Wafrath Rambler 1*14 J. J. Baiclay Premier 124 E. H. Moulton, Jr Franklin 1.25 3-5 L. H. Fawkes Rambler 1 26 E.Wood Rambler 145 Class 4. Machines Valued Between $1,000 and $750 Walter Benz Ford 1:242-5 Dr. A. A. Law Cadillac 1-30 H. E. Pence Cadillac 1*311-5 L. B. Newell Cadillac 1:32 George Doerr Crest 141 Lewis Long Olds 2 20 1-2 Class 5, Machines Valued at $750 and Under E. Roberts S"X IZ'Z Jeiqures Class No 6, Free for All Alf Pillsbury Toledo :514-5 A. C. Bennett G. W. Canpelln George Shear Wlnton 1.11 Winton 1 25 Knox 1 41 MINNETONKA BOAT CLUB. In the regatta Saturday the Undine won the class A event, defeating Wihuja. Jim Crack was second and Nightengale third Victoria won class C. In the open event Hazard won, Outcast was second and Warwick third. Hobo and To basco won first and second place in the catboat class. The wind waB not heavy enough to suit Wihuja and little effort was made to win with her. HIRSCHY A WINNER. Hirschy, as expected, was high, and missed only seven of the 300 targets shot at in the Saturday -.ontest of the Minneapolis Gun club at Inter City park. He made one consecutive lun of 137 and has a percentage of 07 2-3 for the day. The remainder of the shooters divided honors. Quinlan being the only one to secure more than one medal. Dining Car on the Soo Line Dakota Express leaving St. Paul 6:05 p. m., Minneap olis 6:30 p. m., serving supper and breakfast between Minneapolis and Glenwood. JUNE 13, 1904. MINNEAPOLIS SPEG i mmf STORES AMUSEMENTS TO-NIGHT. METROPOLITAN THEATERThe Four Cohans and company in "Running for Office.1 sical comedy. BIJOU THEATER"Jamos Boys in Missouri." LYCEUM THEATERFerris Stock company in "The Lottery of Love." DEWEY THEATERThe Blue Ribbons Extravaganza. MINNEAPOIilS WEATHER. Fair to-night and Tuesday slightly cooler to-night. 610 Nicollet 610 Nicollet. FOR THE SUMMER TIME. The Coolest, Swellest and most Exclusive! 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Madison, Wis, June 13 With a debt of $6,000 already accumulated, the Wisconsin uni versity athletic department is wrestling with the problem of how to finance the trip of the badger crews to the annual eastern intercollegi ate regatta on the Hudson rivei at Poughkeepsie Juno 28. It has practically been determined to send the university eight on the trip, as some thing over $1,200 has been laised by subscrip- SwellOxfords FO HEN. A score or more of America's leading makes of Oxfords for men. Tans, Patent Leather, Calf. The very latest shapes and leathers. N Hhoe store in the country can offer you a better selection of Low Shoes.' Prices $3.50 up. NICKEL PLATE, 307 NICOLLET. JUNE BRIDES Would like nothing better than some of our fine cut glass, a choice dinner set or a piece of our imported Statuary. There is a splendid wedding gift selection at our exclu sive China Store In connection with "the store that saves you money." BOUTELl BROS., Fifth and First Ave. S. 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"HOTSHOT"' WON FLIGHT Madison, Neb., the 300 mile station of the Minneapolis Homing Pigeon club, released the birds yesterday morning The owner of the flight was Fred May's Hot Shot, who covered the distance in 4 hours and 26 minutes Pilot, owned by Fred May, was second, and Barton's Lucky Strike, was third. The Second Street Sluggers want games. Ad dress 123 Fourteenth avenue S.