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Address The Echo, Wauneta, Neb. NEBRASKA. CmUO Agents wanted to sell ready OIUIIOi made Novelty .Signs. Yal Schrcier, Manufacturer, Milwaukee, Wis. \m SPORTING MELANGE Varlons Pointers Gathered From Off the Turf. SELF PEFENSE; OTHER SPORTS Resume of the Latest Happenings in Athletics—Indoor and Field Doings of Interest Here. BASE BALL SCORES. At New York: R. II. K. 0 5 1 3 8 2 Cincinnati New York. Batteries—Breinstein and I'eitz, Sey mour and Grady. Umpires—Kmslie arid Curry. At Baltimore: St. Louis. Baltimore Batteries—Carsey, Dowling, Sudgen and Clements; McJames and Itobinson. Umpires—O'Day and McDonald. At Brooklyn: Chicago. Brooklyn. Batteries—Callahan and Kennedy and Kvan. man and Heydler. At Washington: „ P , 2 " ~ 11 17 1 11 . II. E. . 0 12 -1 . 5 0 5 Donahue, Umpires—Cush 11 . H. E. 1 4 4 0 15 7 Louisville... Washington. Batteries—Fraz.ier and Wilson, Mercer and Farrell. Umpires—Swartwood and Wood. At Boston: II. It. E. ...0 8 0 ... 1 3 2 O'Connor, Nichols and Bergen. Umpires—Lynch and Connolly. At Philadelphia: Cleveland Boston. Batteries—Powell and It. II. E. .... 2 5 1 .... 3 5 4 Pittsburg. Philadelphia. Bitteries—Killen and Murphy, Piatt and McFarland. Umpires—Curry and Snyder. WHERE THEY PLAY TODAY. Pittsburg at Philadelphia. Cleveland ot Boston. St. Louis at Baltimore. Cincinnati at New York. Chicago at Brooklyn. Louisville at Washington. ■ I | I I DIAMOND DUST. George Prentiss is not only a pitcher but a crack fielder. At New London on Wednesday, in the fourth inning, Roger j Conner ordered Prentiss to go play right field. The contest lasted fourteen ' in " in h' s . alld timing the ten innings George played lie bad four putouts, 1 made two hits and scored one run. The I score was: New London, ti; Waterbary, Georgehns not lost a game lie lias i mtehed in. Isn't tins lad a comer? Well, It I guess yes. of Pete Cassidy of this city, who is play-! ing second base foi* Newark is hitting j ^G bad like a fiend, seldom getting less i Ilian two liitn. Johnny Newell is playing right, field for ins Reading team. l'ratt, an old time favorite in this city, is batting and fielding to perfection for the Readings. The Red Star base ball team has organized this year. Their players and positions are as follow catcher; It. McKelvey, . pitcher; W. Camel, short-stop; E. Vernon, first base, captain; It. Parvis, second base; W. Mc Kelvey, third base; A. Buckley, right field; F. Shilling, centre field; C. Goucrt, I left field. We would like to hear from I any team in or out of the state fifteen I years or under. Address all challenges! to Elmer G. Vernon, No. 502 west j Seventh street, Wilmington, Del. We ! would like to bear from the Royal Blue. ! II. Stidham 1 There must have been a hot time in M Slow town yesterday. The Phillies won : ail eleven inning game. Both Piatt ami j i Killen must have been on their mettle, j i as they each only allowed five bits. 1 Keep it up, you Quakers. ) Up to date the Pennsylvania team lias 1 I won seventeen games and lost two—one j ' The ManhWuHl^^utun abne^lms I C thedistinetion of having outpiayed the J wearers ot the Ked and Blue, ami that 8 ' c,,,e a c ose °iie o to -2 S'C | ln k r la the Junior-Sophomore game. 1 "Kid" Gleason says lie will play basc [ ball for ten years yet anil never with anything but a first-class team. No pas I tures for the "Kid." He won't have it. Don't forget to go to J. W. Wagner's saloon at 7 East Fourth street for all base ball news and other sports. ! in . Oomiskey, of St. Paul, was lately of-1 fered $500 for Mullane. lie spurned it. ; Hairy liemis, the catcher Boston took at j 1 South for a trial, is now playing gilt 1 edged ball with Newark, | ori.inn" McG-in- ,. l„. tl,« cap niZf.,d mam^r of the New Haven team ior some time, will give way to y. uv tho WC(llld basoinan of the team, Y aw pltived with Wesleyan College last year and last Winter sttidied music in New York. He is a star placer of his I posii ion and demonstrated aw captain of i the Wesleyan team that lie can get men to work under him, lie will, first of all, let .Met iarr go, and will trv to make the | i team "the best that eyer.'' I It is claimed that Lewis, of Boston, McJames and Hughes, of Baltimore, jjGrifiitli, of Chicago and l'owell and i Jones, of Cleveland, are of Welsh de ! scent. They seem to play pretty fair ball at that. _ ill Willis of Boston, was said to be a bats man of the rare, ''al-lenst-one-safe-liit-a gatne" kind when lie joined the club. Now, nothing in particular is Said on that subject. In twenty-six times at bat lie lias hit the ball safely just once.— New York World. [But iiis pitching has been simply line.]—Ed. Chicago will not bo satisfied with W , b ° < C ?, m * f from i 1 <, V ewll lbo t! k8 ,ullofprt68 rlt. , Hedoe8 not llve l, P 10 hls lithographs. Donahue, who is catching for Chicago, is doing more work t han any two men in the league, and doing quite a« well a* the game demands He han caugl.t every game but one this year. Sam Thompson of the Phillies, is likely out of baseball for good. llis health has been very poor of late and lie has gone to Mount Clemens, Midi., to take mineral baths. There is a well-defined rumor in Pitts burg that President Kobinson of Cleve land, is ready to accept Pittsburg's offer of four men and $20,000 for four Cleve-1 land players. The Indians ill question ' are Young, Wallace, Burkett and Childs. J The Pirates who would in all probability be used in the trade are Brodie, Gray, 1 Egan and possibly Killen. j . SELF DEFENCE. Solly Smith will fight Oscar Gardner, if Ben Jordan refuses his challenge. ,. v in,. • . 1 J l ock Heiimger g._,t a fifteen-round l decision over La vac k at Pittsburg last! night. i I , P , „ 1, Tommy Kvan and Tommy West are to i box twenty-five rounds in New York on I June 13 : Frank Erne will rest until be meets the con winner of the Hawkins-Sullivan test. Casper Leon wants another Jimmy Barry. Peter Maher yesterday bet $500 that he will whip Joe Goddard the next time they meet. Charley McKeever is in San Francisco, waiting for Jack Daly, but the latter will only fight in New York. Who told so? That's just where lie won't fight. Jimmy Barry, of Chicago, is training in New York for his bout with Steve Flanagan, to take place at the Arena this evening. Flanagan is getting into dition at Atlantic City, and is down to 100 pounds. Dan A. Stuart says he will put up a handsome purse for the Corbett-Fitzsim nions fight, but insists that this garrulous pair first put up a forfeit. Ed Curry, the clever feather-weight, is willing to box Dixon, Smith, White, Bernstein, Jordan, or anv man in that division. go at you con Warren Lewis offers a purse of $2,500 on behalf of the Greater New York Ath letic Club fur Solly Smith and Ben Jordan match. It is believed they will not accept, as both are after George Dixon. Some of the boxers are objecting to Charles White as referee. He is the j regular man in that capacity at i lO'Koiiike's Lenox Club, in New York, : " and O'Rourke has determined to bar ■ every boxer who objects to White. Ben to Jordan, the English champion feather weight, wliti was to meet Dixon there, * and Solly Smith hare both been barred. At Coney Island's boxing club on a Saturday night Jack Everhardt and Owen Ul Zeigler are to box twenty rounds, and , Torn Hayes and Black Griffo will box a ten-round preliminary. -h Perhaps the boxing business lias been I played out in New York State. The Me Coy-RuJiHn fight bad a "gate" of less than $5,000, the Sullivan-Kelley fight gathered in less than $4,000, and the Barry-Leon contest was a frost. Either j at the sport lias been overdone or the prices j the of tickets are too high. The lowest price | ticket for the Lenox club are 8 Dixon who is matched to meet Eddie Santry, the Western whirlwind, for twenty-five rounds ill the J,onox club on ^foncluy ni^lit. is rapidly rounding into shape for the fray. Dixon is located at New Dorp, S. ., and is working assidu cutely to have himself in the best poset ble condition when he steps into the in ring to meet the slugger who comes from the wild and woolly West with the ! reputation of bciag able to knock out an opponent with either band if he strikes I H him on any part of the bead. I le Young Sinvrna will meet either George ■ Cole or Jack Hanlev at the Arena fn I!? tion : on the it is not difficult to place the distance ton cycle riders Starbuck and Titus. They do not know class in the first division, Philadelphia tonight. cycling;. Jiinniv Michael and Eddie McDuffee ! propose "making early attempts to bring i the one-milfe pace record lower than 11 minute 35 seconds. Arthur Gardiner, the speedy Chicago rider, is rapidly running away from the other professional riders in the national ' Ear?KDer has ridden the fastest one thn-d mile on the Woodside Park track, At the race meet of the Kings Countv and Wheelmen on June 25 a matched paced tear event has been arranged between Tom: Linton and Fred Titus for twenty miles, ougo Alas! Poor Fred! ' On and gret chief of 1 two who .-HiinmcK ami a inmuie-uisiunce race 1 , with the French fiver Cissae at Woodside in the evening. ' , I Jimmv Michael, with us trainer and [ pacemakers, left Philadelphia for Wal tliniii, Thursday where lie will finish training and will make bis headquarters during the remainder of the season, re turning there after each race. having done for Hie mile. Joe Vernier appears to be taking on a j groat amount of work. O11 June 11, for! instance, lie is slated for a pursuit race-' at the Quakers'meet in the afternoon ;,,, with Starbuck and a middle-distance race ! seconds flat, a 1.30 clip 1 1 1 soup some yards ! batic with Bicycle factories are simply keeping pace with their orders, and a good busi ness lias been transacted in chain wheels. The clrainless has not been accorded popular favor, due, the trad, great difference in prices. _ Cissae, the French middle distance rider, trains twice daily for his forth coming match race with Church and Venier, the latter occurring on the even ing ot June 11 at Woodside Park, lie j race. ten miles in the morning and fifteen 1 e afternoon at an average rate of less I - . o minutes for each mile. j week. I ays, to the ues than tw Zimmy, the cycling idota few seasons back, is reported as lying danderonslv 1 at his home at Freehold, N. J„ sttf- i 1 fering from Mexican fever, attended bv and two physicians, and so weak that lie is . notable to sit up'in bed. This will cost 1 tlJII him $10,000. and . * , ... 1 lie match race at one mile, between reach Lehr and Bald, to have taken place at Ambrose Park, next Saturday, has been postponed by mutual consent. Lehr, and after his ocean voyage, cannot get into will condition by that time. ing, Of all the foreign riders now on this «de, Bourotte, the sturdy Frenchman, U as the most likely man I, lower Michaels colors. Ti was he who defeated the heretofore invincible Kueer the Swiss champion, in a 10-mile pursuit race last Monday at Boston. Those who have (rained with him predict that he " ill be the leading rider on the track bo fore the season is far advanced, either in t,le middle or unpaced field, Teddy Edwards has completed his ir,:!, 'd consecutive 100-mile run since the beginning of the year. He is in good rid iiig form, and shows no not icevble effects 01 ,lis wonderful riding, . There have been but two champions > n the nineties—Zimmerman in 1WM and Bald to the present time. Zimmerman ' . wa " first recognized as champion in 1808 J > n Peoria, when he lowered the colors of the then champion, Willie Windle, later 1 capturing race after race with case, la j 1803 Zimmerman won 101 lusts in ope* competition against the best men of the world. AMONG THE HORSEMEN* ,. , _ , . , Several new horses have arrived at the l Last Suffolk track, and more are pected ex i 1, Ornament is asked to carry 134 pound* i in the Parkwav Handicap. 1 I ,, , , . , Joseph Allen—Hamburg was defeated : four times last year. Once by Bowling Brook, Requital and Previous, at Coney Island, and by Archduke at Saratoga. Jockey Elliott was suspended aud ordered off the track at St. Louis for his ride on Mitchell in the first race on Tuesday. A. II. & D. H. Morris have sold Yaruc to J. Kneale. Sir Walter has been declared out of the Suburban Handicap. The withdrawal of Sir Walter from the Suburban Handicap will be a disappoints ment to the admirers ot the game old campaigner who have loyally followed him throughout his long racing There was a rumor about the chib bouse at Gravesend Wednesday that Tod Sloan had received an offer of $25,000 to ride for a prominent American stable in England, presumably the Lorillard Beresford combination. IlfiStio At the^ first day's racing of the Man chester Whitsuntide meeting in Loudon Wednesday, Lord Dunraven's black colt Desmond, by St. Simon, out of L'Abbess* de Jotiarre, won the Summer Breeders' Foal Plate, 1,000 sovereigns, for 2-vear old colts. Five horses tance was five furlongs. career. ran. The di^ AQUATICS. from present indications Harvard wilt without the services of Coach Leh muon next season. In Cambridge last " , IS' ,t he is quoted assaying; "Whether Harvard, wins or lo-es, I shall not return to America next year to coach the Har yard eight. .1 cannot afford to give my * ad a »d spring to the work. 1 do not mean that 1 shall not come to America a S a, «. 1 shaU not take full charge of Ul r l A 0,e ''\ , The Crmisoit crew is rowing as follows: Stroke, Dobyns; 7, Biddle; G, Perkins; -h Derby (Heath); 4, Higginson; 3, Wadsworth: 2, Blake; bow. Harding, Oil Wednesday, June!), the Harvard 'Varsitv and freshmen eights will leave Cambridge, arriving in New London in time to take lunch at their old quarters at lied Top and to take a short row iw the afternoon, Snover is again rowing with the Uni versify of Pennsylvania crew. The three substitutes and one of the fresl in the four-oared gig , , . , . , ' , . l -n ,u "ibias freshman ami \arsity l-f'f,!}' 8 1 V' 1 ' 1 " tl ' f e 1Ial,em n *. d ''bout d,,ne 10th, for the mtercoi le 8 ,at(J races - V- iert ) j 8 no " !'^ e 4 to be more trouble 1 • p ., rowing circles over the elec tion of captain. The Yale 'Varsity crew will leave New Haven for its c on Sunday morning, will finish their training for the race on the Thames River with Cornell and Har vard. plotters at New Loudon where the oarsmen ton athletic team, mien row MISCELLANY. (Vegan will captain next year's Urince Secretar.' James E. Sullivan announced yesterday that the annual outdoor field and truck chniiipionships of the Ama tear Athletic Union would be held at, Chicago under the auspices of the Chi ougo Athletic Association on Thursday, June!). THE POLICE SPORTS On Juno nth, Will (be a (Great Event. AH Hie Coppers arc in Active Training, The Police sports this year will bn the greatest that wore ever held in this citr and anyone who fails to attend will re gret it the longest day lie lives. The chief teat tire of the day will be the game bull between the East and West sides. The East side team lias won the last two vears, but this one promises to fur Welsli the pitcher for , ■!"U M ' b has bad his at 111 massaged,, 11 e an . d l a - vm ' the opposing pitchers have also gone system of training, v furnish the pies and soup fi 'ToVn alo-'nrDe 1 f, 'f' bult . pitchers, have also gone through a system of training. Clarence Holt will ar the pie and soup races. The following shows what some of the features will be: Long will enter bis twins in the 100 yards dash. Catcher Eakins will repeat his aero batic feat of one year ago. Shields is in his old time batting form. Shields would like to have onothe with J. T. Scott on the bicycle, as lie wants revenge for the former'defeat. Donolioe says the folks prised when they s •gate says lie department on standing long jump. Tucker is in fine form fur the 2011 lbs... race. Moran ami Brown have been spending hours with the hall every day this week. Bowman ami Rico's boys will do the hurdle race. K 1 ill he sw Hi is the peach of the ,, ■, ,• , ,, ,. ., . 1 "'V 1 0 lre U ,, ,' rts at },, 'oa4 and 1 ", 1 " n ' -'bmday June t,th. ''"'J; , ,uu ! .J 1 ' 11 J . 1 ' 1 * '' 'I":"'! 1 ' ?P!y ,d 'j 1 Hoagate, tolling. laylor Edwards Welsh says t lie \\ est side will never reach the third station. This morning ull the men who are to partake in the sports will go to From Union streets grounds where the. practice running, jumping, pie-eut - acrobatic feats, baseball and other branches of sport.