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SFOHTI'iG SECTIOII
FACES 1 T 4.
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TIIC OMAHA DEC
Izst & West
VOL. XXXVI NO. 51.
OMAIIA, SUNDAY MORNING, . JUNE 9, 1907.
SINGLE COPY F1T3 CENTS.
DOC WELCH HITS IN PINCH
Three Omaha Pitchers Who Are Making Good Records for Themselves
BOSTON DEFEATS PITTSBURG
"T3yW!
Two Long Drivei Send Home the j
irate Batten Are Unable to Tin!
Pfcffer.
Winning Rum.
HAIL SHUTS OUT THE CHAMPIONS
LEACH MAKES FINE SH0WTK3
oooad Coat of
Week Pot
Molne
Thlr4 nasemaa for Homo Tea at
la
Bla Factor la Roth Raaa t
Nsde Deem of Other
Games.
rns
Omaha Sun
-.-a
Wkllcwuk for th
ob th De
Crowd or
Omaha.
Omaha 3, Des 'Molnea 0.
Welch's double In the sixth Inning and
bla triple In the eighth Inning drove In Bel
den each time, making the two runs which
won the game Saturday from Des Moines
at Vinton street park by (he score of 2 to 0
a. ahutout for Omaha and against Clark,
who on his previous visit had held Omaha
to two hits, both being made by Hagan.
Testerday he held the Rourke family to
four hits, but Welch hit In the pinch both
time with Belden on second and two out,
and won the most Interesting game of ball
played at Vinton street park this season.
(The Champa made twice as many hits as
Omaha, but they fell down at opportune
times, and the record of nine men left on
bases shows tho holes Hall got himself Into
on several occasions.
The game looked very much like Des
Moines until that sixth Inning, for the
Champa were bitting Hall quite freely, but
Welch hit the ball In the nick of time and
turned the tables. Belden drove a grounder
to Ooehnaur, who proceeded to fumble It.
Franck sacrificed Belden to second, Autrey
mad an Infield out, and then Welch fooled
them by hitting one to the left field line,
Corkhlll waa playing off to the left and
could not reach the ball until Belden had
cored.
In the eighth Belden opened out the In
ning with a single and was again sacrificed
to second by Franck. Autrey flew out to
Corkhlll. and again did Harry Welch drive
the ball hard. This time It went further
toward middle field and the doctor waa
perched on third when the ball waa re
turned to the diamond, with Belden across
the plate.
Hall Has Mark Trouble.
Halt had a hard row to hoe during the
for part of the game. The second Inning
came close to being disastrous, for two
singles and an error were made. Corkle
struck ' out and Andreas Singled. Hall
caught Mm napping at first. McLaughlin
waa given a life on Dolan'a error and
Ooehnaur hit safely' and stole second.
Teager waa at bat and the fana were
. anxious. Mac though Teager could not
bit It out so tried to steal home, but was
caught at the plate.
In the fourth a hit, a sacrifice and a
base on balls made things lively for a time,
but - two popupa ended the Inning. The
alxth waa the real heartbreaker, for It
came In the first half of the sixth before
Omaha had scored. Hoggle bunted and
Austin let It roll, but It stayed In fair
ground. Dexter walked and Corkhlll sacri
ficed them each on a - bag. Andreaa flew
to Graham, and with a man on second and
third Captain Franck stopped the game
long enough to see who was to follow
McLaughlin at bat. When he found It was
Ooehnaur he ordered Hail to pass Mao and
the baaea were filled. That waa a critical
moment for Franck, for had Gochnaur hit
the ball he would have' been condemned
. by the 1,000 fans, but Franck showed hie
.' Judgment was right when Ooehnaur popped
an easy one to Graham, putting the side
ut :
Fatlle Rally by Champa. ,
, Dea Moines tried to rally In the eighth
Inning, but two singles, .a sacrifice and a
stolen baae were not enough to give them
a mark on the tally sheet.
Denver plays this afternoon:
OMAHA.
AB. R.
H. PO.
A.
Belden, rf....
Franck, as..,
Autrey. If....
Welch, cf....
Dolan, lb....
Austin, 3b...,
Graham, 2t.
Oondlng, c.
Hall. 9
1 1
v i
Totals.
26 2
4 27 14
DE3 MOINES.
A IV R. IL PO.
A.
1
0
A
i
0
3
4
7
0
Bchlpke. 3b 4 0 0 0
Hogreiver. rf 4 0 1 0
Dexter, lb... 3 0 8 13
Corkhlll, If 10 0 8
Andreas, lb - 3 0 3 3
McLaughlin, cf 800
Gochnaur, ss 4 0 14
Yeager, c 4 0 1 1
Clark, p 2 0 0 0
Uehrlng 10 0 0
Totals... 3 8 St 15
Batted for Clark In ninth Inning.
Jtune-
Omaha - 0
Dea Moines 0
01
0 0
2
0-0
Hits
Omaha Dea Molnea
..0
0110
0 10 11
Three base
..1 2
0-S
Two-base hit
Welch.
hit:
Welch.
Passed ball: Teager.
Wild pitch:
Hall. 4; off
Clark.
Basea on balls: Off
f-l.rk L. Hi ruck out: By Hall. 8: by Clark.
1. Left on basea: Omaha. 5; Des Moines,
8. Stolen bases: Austin, Graham, Oondlng,
Gochnaur. - McLaughlin. rlaciiflce , hlta:
Franck 2, Corkhlll (3). Time: 1:46. Um
pires: Brennan and Glfford. Attendance:
3.100., -
v BTstre of tho Oaasc.
'And now comes Denver.
Pa Is coming to the conclusion that Hall
la about the best pitcher he has.
That was a corking Saturday crowd which
turned out to aee Dea Moines-walloped.
Omaha Bnslly got away with a game In
which the Colts made leas hlta than their
opponenta
A , half dosen members of the Boostera"
club had huge tin pans with which to en
liven the game. f
Andreas' hit In the first Inning fell Just
of whom could quite reach It. -
Franck made a splendid catch of Hoggle's
bit in the seventh Inning. He ran way
back Into Autrey'a garden and captured the
ball.
Welch has traded bats with every player
on tne team In the hope or getting one to
his liking. He must have found It Satur
oay.
Dexter stopped a base hit on Franck In
the flrat Inning when he jumped high In
ins air ana got nis olm mil in front or a
hard drive.
'Omaha has now won live games from Des
Molnea and Des Moines baa won five from
Omaha. Omaha has won ten out of twelve
from Pueblo.
Dexter made three hlta In throe times up.
He also walked one. On three of these
occasions fork hill, who followa him at
bat, sacrificed him to second
Trier were 3.000 people at the game yea-
terday and no cars In alght to carry them
horns. This may aave a few minutes of
waiting lime which the company would
have to pay for, but the fan who watts on
the corner while the extra cars come from
the barn is in no mood to sing the praises
VI the street car service.
GRIZZLIES HIT THE BALL
latea Hits Reenlt In Nina Hans
avna Victory Over stoaur. City.
SIOUX CITT, la.. June (.-Denver bit
lb ball In every Inning of the gam today
and won from tb locals 8 to 1 Jarrott
waa the flrat victim of Grisaly greed for
Safeties and. after Wheeler and his tyro
.had rapped hint for thro hit and had
drawn a pas In th fourth. Ice Hall was
neat In ta replae him. Hall was but
lUU strong. Th Sioux City Infield want
t :
V ' f - -"
'- - "v f - , ?. ' i
- It i
f
-. y
M'NXELKT.
to pieces In the ninth, three rrors in suc
cession letting In three scores. Olmstead,
who started the game for the Teddy Bears
was hit on the shin by a hot shoot from
Weed's bat and waa compelled to retire.
Bohannon took up the game, and while he
was hit freely for three Innings, was un
beatable after that. Score:
SIOUX CITY.
AB. R. 1LPO,
A.
0
S
0
6
1
0
2
1
3
1
Campbell. If.... 5
I. Bheehan, 3b B 2
Nobllt, cf 4 0
Weed, 2l 5- 0
Hart, lb 2 0
Bauer, rf . 4 0
Granville, ss S 0
Spies, c 3 0
Jarrott, p....... I 0
Hall, p 1 0
0
2
1
1
1
0
1
0
1
0
Totals.
34 2
DENVER.
AB. R.
8 27 16
H. PO.
A.
2
0
0
0
0
0
6
2
1
4
E.
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
Murphy, rf
CaKRMdy, If
Wheeler, 3b
White, lb
McIIale. cf
MaeDonoufth, c
Reddlck, 2b....
Moore, ss. . ,.,
Oimstead, p
Bohannon, p...
ti
Totals 42
Sioux City ."..1 0
Denver 1 0
Two-base hits: Weed.
i 16
0 0
t 0
71 14 1
0 0 0 0-2
0 1 0 3-D
Murphy, Cassady,
Wheeler. McHale, MacDonouxh.
JJouble
Dia
'lay: Weed to uranvuie lo Man.
Stolen
basea: McHale, MacDonough. Sacrifice
hlta: Cassady, Wheeler, Reddlck. Bohan
non, Nobllt,' Spies. Bases on balls: Off
Bohannan. 3: off - Jarrott, 2. Struck out:
By Jarrot, 8: by Bohannon, a Paused bell:
Splea. Time: 1:56. Umpire: Conahan. At
tendance: 1,000.
DUCKS AUD INDIANS SPLIT EVEN
Doable-Header at Llneola Proves a
Fierce Contest.
LINCOLN. June a Lincoln and Pueblo
divided honors In the double-header this
afternoon, Lincoln taking the first game
4 to 1 and the visitors the second 1 to 0.
Rain threatened during both games, keep
ing down the usual Saturday crowd.
Bunching of hits In the third inning, com
bined with the only error of the game gave
Lincoln four runs In the third Inning of
the first game, and that was all that waa
needed. After the fourth Inning the vla
ltors could not touch McKay. Fltxgerald's
good pitching brought victory to Pueblo
In the second game. He also batted In the
only run, following Corhan's single, with
a double to deep center. Aside from this
Inning Zackert waa a puxsle. Score flrat
game: .
LINCOLN.
AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
A.
0.
s
4
1
I
0
0
1
1
Ketchem, cf..
Fox. 2b
Holmes, 3b....
Fenlon, rf....
Gsgnler, ss...
Thomas, v lb...
Davidson, If..
Zlnran, c
JkU-Kay, p
Totals
4 1 0 3 0 0
1
1
0
1
SO 4
PUEBLO.
AB. R.
7 23 18
H. PO.
A,
Ryan. 2b...
Uwert, 3b.
McGllvray,
1 8
cf.
Cook, If
Belden. lb
Melcholr, rf...
Drill, c
Oorhan, ss
Morgan, p
.... 3
.... 4
..... 3
... 1
Totaia 29
t 24 18
Earned runs: Lincoln, 8; Pueble, 1. Two
base hlta: Ryan. Belden.' Three-base hit:
Homes. . Sacrifice hit: Melcholr. Stolen
base: Fenlon. Double play: Corhan to Bel
den. Struck out: By McKay. 3: by Mor
gan. 1. Bases on balls: 'Off McKay, 8; off
Morgan, 1. Left on bases: Lincoln, 8; Pu
eblo, 8. Time: 130. Umpire: Haskell.
Score, second game:
LINCOLN.
AB. R
H. POT
A.
0
I i ei
4
1 3
1
i h""
I Fenlon, rf
Gagnler, ss....
Thomas, lb....
Davidson. If...
I Sullivan, c.
1 Zackert, p
Zlnran
Totals
30 0
PUEBLO.
AB. R.
4 87
H. PO.
A.
3
4
0
0
0
0
1
o
s
13
Ryan. lb.
0 3
I r.iwen, to
1
McGllvray,
cf..
itook. If
11
M,,T'i, ,
I Smith, e...
Corhan. sa.
Flugerald,
Totals.
i 27
Batted for Sullivan In the ninth
Lincoln 0 0 0 0 0 0 tt- 0
Pueblo 0001 0000-1
Earned runs: Pueblo, 1. Two-base hits
Belden. Melcholr. PHSKerald. - Sacrifice hit
Fenlon. Stolen bases: Holmes Z). Fenlon,
Sullivan. McGllvray, Melcholr. Double play
Gocnier to Fox to Thomas. Struck out
By Zackert. 4. by Fltsgerald. T. First base
on balis: Off Zckert. I, off Fltsgerald. 4.
Wild pitch: Pttxgerald. Left on baaea
Lincoln. 8: Pueblo, 8. Time: 10. Umpire
Haskell. Attendance: 1.760.
Standi
ig or th
, Flayed. Won. It Pet
Dea Molnea j 24 1 .
Omaha 46 to - .fo
ptmver hi i) 14 .6M
Lincoln 42 . a IS .Us
Sioux City 41 It II .04
Pueblo 44 11 81 .1
Game today: Denver at Omaha. Pueblo
at aU'ju City. Lincoln at Dva MuUiee. , ,
1 -.v.- .... 1
'.v
v-'r-A
IIOOSIERS WIN IN TIIE NINTH
Indianapolis Wins Close Contest from
Milwaukee, Three to Two.
HOW THE -SCALE WAS x TURNED
Two
Mlaarles, a Bunt and
or Let la Two Ituas
Scores of Other
Gai
INDIANAPOLIS, June 8. Hlmes1 single,
Siegle's bunt on which Bevllle made an
error, and a hit to center by Livingston,
bringing in two runs, gave Indianapolis
today's game over Milwaukee in the ninth
by a score of 3 to 2. Score:
INDIANAPOLIS MILWAIKEE.
B H O A E. B H O A K.
Williams, as. 4 I t 1 1 RoblQion, ss. 4 0 110
Coulter. It.... 4 1 dirwn, rf 4 14 10
(rr. lb 4 18 0 OUrltr, cl I 110 0
Hlmrs, rt....4 111 ORoth. e 4 1(31
Krug. lb 4 111 lMK-orm'k, lb 4 0 4 1 1
8ltl. cf....4 0 4 1 Oli'Cheu'r, lb 4 1 1 I 0
Livingston, c. 4 1 4 1 Bevllle. lb... 1100
HoDka. lb.... I O 0 1 1 Doaihertr. II I 0 1 0 0
Summers, p.. I 0 0 I OUoodwtn, p... 4 13 0 0
Totels ti V I Totale a '2 I I
'Two out when winning run was made.
Milwaukee 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 02
Indianapolis .l 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 23
Two-base hits: Krug. McChesney. Sacri
fice hit: DoiiKherty. Stolen bases: Roth,
Heinle. Double play: Hlmes to Carr. Left
on bases: Indianapolis. : Milwaukee. 10.
Uaiies on bails: Off Goodwin, 1: off Sum
inert, 4. i Struck out: By Goodwin, 6; by
Summers, a Umpire: Sulivan. ' Time: ldu.
BUTCHERS BALLY IN NINTH
Three Rnai In Last Half Take Game
from Distillers.
; LOUISVILLE. June S. Kansas City de
feated Louisville today by a great batting
rally In the last half of the ninth. Des
pite muddy grounds both teams fielded
brilliantly. Score:
KANSAS riTT. LOUISVILLE
B H O A E.
B H OA E
4 10 0 0
Kerwln. rf . . ,
4 1 I I IN
it. rf
Llndur, lb.. 4
1 11
0 1
0 1
1 4
i I
0 Cooler, If...
0 llraehrar, tb.
OKulllTan. lb..
0 Prill, c
OQulnlan, ss..
0 0 1
0 4 I
1 11 0
Oil
1 I i
0 10
1 1 4
i o a
Hill, rf 4
Huelsman. If. I
Krueger, lb.. I
Burke, lb. ...
MrBrlde. as.. I
Leahr. C f
OfUanlev. cf.
9 Woodruff, lb.
Crutcher, p.. 1
0 Elliott, p
Totals I 77 12 1 Tixala. . . .t 41S 17 0
One out when winning run was made.
Louisville 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 03
Kansas City .0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 34
Two-base hits: Elliott. McBrlde. Sacri
fice hlta. Cooley. Woodruff, Stanley, Peltz.
Double plays: McBrlde to Krueger; Mc
Brlde to Krueper to Lindsay: Woodruff to
Brashear to Sullivan. Stolen basea: Bra
shear, Krueger. Left on bases: Iulsvllle,
5; Kansaa City. &. Struck out: By Elliott,
3. Hit with pitched ball: Burke. Bases on
balls: Oft Elliott. 5: off Crutcher, 7. Wild
pitch: Crutcher. Passed ball: Leahy. Time:
otx umpire: weroen.
I . 1
TOLEDO WINS WITH STICK
Perrtngr
Make Poor Hlta
In Fonr
Tlsnea I'p,
TOLEDO. jme 8. Toledo hit Smith at
will and won easily. Score:
TOLEDO. gT. FAt'L
B H.O.A B.U.O.A.g.
Bsrbeas. as . I 1 0 I ODunlesry, rf. I 1 I I 0
Clarke. If. I I 1 0 IKoehler. cf... 10 00
roksrner. to. 4 I 1 4 lKrtuk. If 4 1 1 I
Smoot, rf ... 1 11 ONorarke. lb.. 0 K 0
Hengaa. rf... 4 0 4 0Pa14es, lb... 4 111!
Li :
One of Omaha's Crack Amateur Ball Teams
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v ,
S ' ;;v'M''.!'f!; ; I
I V , wr5 , ', f.i !VvV.VM V?
HALL.
rorrtng, lb... 4 4 0 1 OWIlllama, k4 1
1 1
4 0
W. ( larke, IDS VIM 1 l l lemrTer, ID. a l
Ahbott, e 4 0 4 fSutea, I
Eela, p 4 1 1 4 1 Smith, p
..40110
110 10
.0 0 0 0 0
-crlM ..
Totals 30 1111 II 4
Tntala.
Smith out for Interference.
Hatted for Smith In ninth.
...K 4 14 14 1
Toledo 1 0 2 1
0 0
0 0
-S
0-1
ft. Paul 0 0 0 0
Two-base hits: J. Clarke (2). Stolen
bases: Bnrbeau (J), Dunleavy (4), Kels,
Purrin. 8tru k out: By Kels, 4: by Smith,
2 Bases on balls: Off Kels, 3; oft Smith, 5.
Hit by pltorier: W. Clarke., Time: 2:00.
t'mplre: Kerin.
CHAMPIONS DEFEAT MILLERS
nattlna Bee in Seventh
Itesnlta In
Seven It ana.
COLUMBUS, O., June 8.-Rellly drovo In
the tying and winning run In today's
game with Minneapolis. Gessler finished
up a killing batting bee In the seventh with
the first drive over the fence of the year.
Score:
COLUMBVfl.
MlrNEAPTllJS.
B.H O A K.
B.H OA K
Judo. rf
Friel, lb
HuUwItt. is..
Greater, cf....
Klhm, lb
Wrlglry, lb..
Relller, II...,
Fohl. S
Towneend, p..
0 1
OfTNelll. If ... 4
I 0 Graham, lb.. 4
I 0 Mrrtea. rf.... I
0 OJn Fr m'n. rf 4
1 OGrenil'ger. lb 1
I 0B FYe'm'n, lb I
0 0 Oyler. as I
1 4 Shannon, e... I
1 0 Thomas, p. . . I
1 11
Totals 10 17 11 0 Totals I Mil
Columbus 0 1 t 0 0 0 7 0 -
Minneapolis 1 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 01
Stolen bases: Fohl, Towneend. Sacri
fice hltst Klhm, Wrlgley, Gremlngur.
Buses on balls: Off Townsend, 3: off
Thomas. 1. Two-base hits: Hulswltt, J.
Freeman, Ornham. Three-base hits: Friel,
Home run: Gessler. Double plays: Friel,
Klhm and Fohl; B. Freeman and Oyler.
Hit by pitcher: Mertes. struck out: By
Towtisena, 2; by Thomas, 2. Pnsned ball:
Fohl. Time: 1:40. Umpires:, Egan and
Kane.
Standlngr of the Teams.
Played. Won. Lost, Pet.
Columbus 43 27 1 .63
Minneapolis 41 11 IK -Ml
Kansaa City 40 21 19 .23
Indianapolis 4 24 24 .&0
Toledo 43 21 22 . 48
Milwaukee 44 21 23 . 477
St. Paul 4 19 27 .413
Louisville 41 17 .24 .415
Gsmes today: Kansas City at I,outsville,
St. Paul at Toledo, Minneapolis at Colum
bus.
Iowa Lrarar Itesnlts.
MARSH ALLTOWN, la.. June 8. (Spe
cial Telegram.) Following are the results
In the Iowa league:
At Marshalltown R. H. E.
Marshalltown OOOOODOOOO-0 0
Uulncy 0 00000000 11 8 0
Batteries: Giffen and Forney, Bennett and
Jameson.
At Burlington
Burlington ...0 0 0 0 2251
Ottumwa ....0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8
Batteries: E. S. Green and
Stroud and Crittenden.
At Waterloo-
TL H. El
10 8 3
0-388
Bruggman,
R.ILE.
2 0-5 10 3
0 0-3 6 4
Clarke. La-
R. H. E.
0 0-3 6 2
Waterloo 0 0 3 0 1 0 0
Jacksonville ..0 0 1 0 2 0 0
Batteries: Hollenbeck and
velie and Belt.
At Keokuk
Keokuk 1 0 1100
Oekaloosa 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Batteries: Cummins, Ryan
Scott and Mltie.
0 0-0 1
and Schaff,
Bricklayers Beat Boyera.
The Bricklayers overwhelmed the Boyer
?olts Saturday afternoon at Twenty-fourth
and Vinton streets by the score of 13 to 0.
The features of the game were the pitching
of Russell Rout and the all around team
work of the Bricklayers, who did not allow
the Colts to reach first base. Batteries:
Bricklayers, Rout and Rouchford; Colts,
Neary and Dawson,
'
-f 11 -
liOLLTa, WHO MAKE 'UM ALL HCSTLK.'
J 1 J .
t
L...,., '!.-. nil ,n mi 'i i. , ,,,.M. i.nin... ii .in niinnj
NEW YORK IS SHUT OUT
Detroit Scores Decisive Victory in
First Game of Series.
CHESBR0 EETIRES IN NINTH
Conroy
Is Pnt Oat
Disputing; a
Results of
Games.
of the Game
for
NEW TORK. June 8. Detroit opened
four-game series here today by shutting out
New York 6 to 0. Chesbro was relieved by
Keefe ln the ninth Inning. Conroy was
nut not of the same for disputing a de
cision. Score:
DETROIT. NEW TORK
B H O A E.
B H O A B.
Jnrre. If I 1 1 0 Hoffman
rf.
10 10 0
Ouahlin. tb.. 4
lit OKoelrr, rf.... 4
110 Ochaee. lb.... 4
0 0 0 0 Klh-rf!tl. ae. 4
1 0 0
Crawford, rf. 4
Col. rf 4
0 II
1 0
Roadman, lb. 4
0 10 1 OWIlllama. lb. I
0 10 OCoriror. if --
Oil ORtcker. if.... 0
14 1 0Mnr:arltr. lb. I
114 OKIelnow, c... I
thrabro, p.... 1
1 17 II 0Thomae .... 1
Keefe. p
g'herfrr, lb.
O'Lrarr, ss..
Archer, c. ...
Mullln, p....
0
0
Totals M
00
Totals. ..'...! 4 17 11 I
Batted for Chesbro in eighth.
Detroit 0 0 0 0 8 0 1 0 24
New York 0 00000000-0
Two-baae hit: Jones. Hits: Off Ches
bro, & In eight innings; off Keefe. 2 In
one Inning. Sacrifice hit: Crawford.
Stolen bases: Jones 2, Hoffman, Williams.
Double plays: Mullln to Coughlln to Ross
man; O'Leary to Rossman. Left on bases:
Detroit, 6; New York, 4. First base on
balls: Off Chesbro, 4; off Mullln, 8. Struck
out: By Chesbro, 6; by Keefe. 2; by Mul
lln, 2. Time: 1:68. Umpire: Sheridan. -.
BROWNS EASY F0S ATHLETICS
Victory la Dne Largely
to Timely
Hlttlna.
PHILADELPHIA. June 8.-Phlladelphia
easily defeated St. Louis today In a
loosely played game. Timely hitting won.
Score:
PHrUADPl-PHIA. 8T. LOVIS.
B H O A E
B H O.A.E.
Hartzell, If.
S'lrhole, tb. .
Brrbold.' rf..,
lvl.. lb
Col Una. lb..
Oldiing. cf..
Srhreck. e...
( roea, ae. ...
DSrt, p....
0 I
OHartael, tb... 4 0 I 1 1
I 1
0 0
1 10
I 1
1 I
1 I
0 Plckrrlng, rf. 4 0 1
0 Hemphill, cf. 1 1
0 Wallace, as.. 4 .1 I
1 Stone, if Ill
1 Yragcr. Ib... I 1 0
0 Jon... lb 8 0 10
1 O'Connor, c. 4 1 I
0 Powell, p I 1 0
Delrhantr
0 0 0
Total!.
17 14 1
Total.
Batted for Powell In ninth.
Philadelphia 1 0 0 10
St. Louis 0 0 0 0 1
.9 I 14 11 4
0 1
1 0
0-2
Two-base hits: Yeager, Oldrlng, Davia.
Collins. Sehreck. Sacrifice hits: Stone,
Jones, Hartsel, Seybold, Oldrlng, Sehreck.
Stolen bases: Jones, Seybold. Double
Llay: Hemphill to Powell to Wallace,
eft on bases: St. Louis, 8; Philadelphia,
8. Flrat base on balls: Off Powell. 3;
f Joff Dygert, 2. Hit by pitched ball: By
S T , . '1 O., 1. I .. nn-.ii A V. ,.
Dygert, 4. Time: 1:66. Umpires: Hurst
and Connolly.
SENATORS BUNCH THEIR HITS
Smith ta Drl-er nt "from the Boa li
In the
Second Inning.
WASHINGTON, June 8. Washington
batted Smith out of the box today and
also hit Patterson hard, defeating Chi-
4
. ..... . Jl!;:-?T
RAGAN.
cago, 8 to.. 2. Graham was effectivo
throughout, the nine hlta credited to Chi
cago being widely scattered. The fielding
of Rohe and the batting of Ganley were
the features. Score:
WA8H1NOTON. CHICAOO.
B.H O A K B.H.O A K
Osnler, rf....
C. Jones, cf.,
i 4 I f Halm, rf 1110
0 F. Jones, of.. I
1 0 l.hell. lb 4
0 0 Donohse, lb.. 4
t"0 Iavla. as 4
1 0 !ougherty. If 4
I ORohe. lb 4
1 0 Mrfarland, c. 4
1 Smith, p 1
0 0
1 I
0 II
1 I
rroea, lb
Mil, If
Altiter, sa....
Anderson, lb
Perrlne, tb..,
Warner, c...
I 1
Graham, p...
Patterson, p.. I
14 14 17 48ulllan .... 1
Totals.
Totals 11 M 14
'Batted for Patterson In the ninth.
Washington 0 S 0 0 0 0 0 3 8
Chicago 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
Two-base hit: Dougherty. Hits: Off
Smith 4 In one and two-thirds Innings;
off Patterson. 10 In six and one-third in
nings. Sacrifice hits: F. Jones. Altlier,
Perrlne. Stolen base: Anderson. Double
clar: Altlxer to Perrlne to Anderson,
Left on bases: Chicago. 8; Washington.
3. Biases on balls: Off Patterson, 1: off
Smith, 1; off Graham, 1. Hit by pitcher
By Graham, 1. Struck out: By Patter
son, 1; by Graham, t. Time: 1:80. Um
pire: O Loughlln.
CLEVELAND DEFEATS BOSTON
Victory la Dne to Long; Hitting of
Napoleons
BOSTON, June 8. Cleveland's long hit
ting defeated Boston today, 4 to 1. Knight
made his first appearance as a member
of the local team and played a brilliant
gam In the field. 8 core:
CljrV BLAND. BOSTON.
B.H.O. A. B H O A B
runt, rf 4 i i o ohost. cf 4 l o
Bradler. lb.. 4 0 1
I I Parent, as.... 4 1 1 0
0 1 Vnslasb. lb.. 4 1 10 1
Storsll. lb... 4 I 0
La)ole, lb.... 4 4
Clara e, c 4 I I
Btrm'ham. cf I 0 0
fttacamAD, If. I 0 1
Turner, e. t
Rbosdea.- ... 4 1
I V Con I.Hon, rf. 4 1 I
I Barrett, It.... I
Orerrla. tb.... I
0 Oeorlmahsw 1
1 1 Wagner, lb... 1
3 (Knight, lb... I
Shaw, s i
ota la -M mil IPrnltl. p 3
Oberlls, p.... 1
Totsls it l 17 U
Batted for Ferris In the seventh.
Cleveland 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 0
Boston 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1
Two-base hits: Knight. Rhortdes. Thr
baae hits: Flick (2), Stovali, Clarke.
Hits: Off Prultt, 7 In six Innings. Stolen
bases: Lajole, Hlnrhman. Double plays:
Turner to Lajole to Stovali; Knight to
Ferris. Left on bases: Boston, ; Cleve
land, 6. Bases on balls: Off Prultt, 2;
off Rhoades, 1. Struck out: By Prultt,
4; by Oberlln. 4. Wild pitch: Rhoades.
Time: 1:38. Umpires: Evans and Staf
ford. standing-
of the Teams.
Played. Won. Lost.
.... 44 15
Pet.
.668
.646
.
.635
.475
.i0
.80
.84
Chicago
Cleveland
Detroit
Philadelphia
New York
St. Louis
Washington
Boston
No games today.
.... 45 -a 16
40
43
40
46
40
43
24
23
18
14
14
1
20
21
27
26
a
ST0RZ GIVEN A WALLOPING
Eighteen to On Reanlt of Game at
I th Field Clan. ,
The Omaha Field club baae ball team
gave the Store Athletics a walloping at the
Field club grounds Saturday afternoon that
they will remember for a time. Heavy hit
ting characterised the clubmen's work all
the way through, which, coupled, with
Knapp's wlldnesa, gave the Field club a
total of eighteen runa. On the other hand,
Faber pitched a good gam and held the
Brewers safe at all times, permitting but
three safe hlta The score:
OMAHA rKtn CLATl. 8 TORS ATHIJCTIC8.
B.H.O A E. B H O A E
Heaglsn. rf.
Chambers, rf . 4
OelghtM. ss 4
Akhott, lb... I
Kellr. tb I
ataione, tb... I
Martin, la... I
Hachten, e... I
F.ber, p I
Robins, lb...
OKchne, lb....
0 Bennett, ss. .
0 K naps, p
0 Houck, rf...
0 Smith. If
1 Oreter, tb...
1 Shaffer, cf...
0 Kennedy, e..
0 10
1 1
Totals 4 11 it 10 1 Touts II I St It I
Field Club ...3 2 0 3 4 8 0 0 -
Stors Athletics 0 001 00001
Three base hits: Crelghton, Faber. Penes
on balls: (iff Knapp. 2; otT Kaoer. 1 wild
r Itches: Knapp 12). Struck out: Ity Knapp,
; by Fsber, a. Passed balls: Kennedv, I.
Hit with pitched ball: By Knapp. 1 Two
base hits: Malone, Martin, Crelghton, Ab
bott, Kennedy.
C0UNTRX CLUB HAS WALKAWAY
Booth Omaha Ma Hops Carpenter
by Thirteen to Nothing;.
The South Omaha Country club taught
the Carpenter Paper Company team a point
or two about base ball yesterday on the
former's grounds, score 13 to 0. The Car
penters did not even get a hit. The score:
CARPEWTBRS COUNTRY CX,l'B.
R.H O A E. B.H-O A B
Howard, as., 0 I 1 1 1 Talbot, lb 1 10 11
liana. cf...lt Oil lCrsndall. S..1 I I I 0
North, lb.... I 4 11 In.rk. lb 1 1110
(faith, e 0 I 1 ICaugher. II. I till
Bennett. If. I 1 Wh'.lelurk. rf 1 1 10
Sirrker. rf .. 0 0 0 4 Osherwood, lb 1 1 1 1
Umh. lb 0 10 Ikoae p 1 1 11 0
I-feltfrr. p...O Oil 1 Milling, aa. t till
iMunleos. tb. I I I Uallf. rf I I I 0
Totals 0 14 Ml 14 Totsls II 14 t1 14 "i
Two-base hits: Mallittr (21, Dally (2i.
Passed ball: HniKh. Bases on balls: off
Pfelffwr, . Hit with pitched bail. By
Pfelffer, 1. Struck out: By Hose, 8; by
Pfeiffer, 1 Left on bases, CYiuntry Club,
8; Carpenters, 3. Double plays: Davis to
Dennlson it. Time: 1 a. Umpire: Senator
Olbaon.
Co lies Base Ball
At Provident Brown. S;
Pennsylvania, U.
Ua men.
University of
At Caiulrldgt-JlarvarL I; Calumbla, L
PITTftBtTtG. June rittstnirg waa tnw
ble to hit Pfeffer and lost to Boston. Lsaofr
proved a factor In both runa made by th
local team, scoring the first on a dating
run from second on an Infield hit, and)
knocking In the second with a thr-taa"-
ger. Score:
BOSTOJt. PITTBBflCV
B H O A B 1.1.91.1,
Vrlfrwett. as.. 4
OHallman. rf..
Ociarke, If ...
bearh, lb...
0 Wagner, as ..
OArtlrhlO, lt.
Nee Ion. lb .
A T4 wTwtfrfl, rf.
Phelpe. a
Tenner, lb... S
t
88
mi:
Mil
1
Mil
rain. Sb I
Beaumont. ' rf. I
Bales. It I
Howard, if... I
Ritrher. lb.. I
Frown, e 4
Pfeffer, p 4
SLelfleld. p....
Sflorks
Totals 17 11 17 T 0 Lrnrh, p.
Trwale
.10 4 ST II:
Baited for Letfteld In eighth.
Pittsburg 0 0 0 1 0
Boston 3 0 0 0
0tM
t t I M
Three-base lilts: Leach. Batea. Sacrtoon
hlta: Howard. Brown. Stolen bases: HalL
man, 1each, Beaumont. IHnible play: Brain
to jcenney. nus: cm ieineia, 10 in innings,
off Lynch, 1 In 1 InVilng. Bases on bails I
tiff Ielfield, 1: off Pfeffer. 4. Struclt outs
By Lelfleld. 8: by Pfeffer. 4. Left on basest
Pittsburg. 6; Boston, 1. Timet 1:48. Urn
plres, Klem and Johnstone. ,
EVEN BREAK IN ST. LOUTJ
Two Cloee Contests Brtwees Qnaker
and Cardinals.
ST. LOUIS, June 8,-The Philadelphia Na
tionals and St. Louis broke even today In
two games played. St. Louis won the first,
4 to 1, and Philadelphia th second, l-to 0.
Score, first game:
I ST. HUt IS. PHIUAPEU'HTA.
B H O A E.
B.H. OAS,
Holly, ss....
4 11 0Toenae.
ef... 4 1 I
Bennett, Ib.
Merrer. if..
Bvrne. lb...
Berkley, lb.
Kellr, rf....
Burrh, cf....
0 I
0 OKn.he. lb.... 4
OTItus. rf 1
I lUagee. If 4
4 BraneAeld, lb 4
0 OCourtner. lb. I
1 11
1 11
Otioolln. as.
I OJarklltsch,
1 Osparka. p..
4 0 Richie, s..
Noonan. s
a. I
MrOlrnn. p.. I
Hoatetter, lb. I
I 4
Oaboras .,
Totsls..
SO I 17 II 1
Totals at 4 St II S
Batted for Bparka In eighth.
St. Louis 1 3 0.1 0 0 0 0
0t
Philadelphia 0 0 0 1 0 0
Two-base hits: Kelly. McOlynn. Noonan.
Three-base hit: Hostetter. Hits: Off Bnsrks,
In 7 innlnars. Sacrifice hits: Bennett. Mo-
Glynn, Noonan. Stolen baaea: Magee, Court
ney. Double plays: Courtney to JacKiitscrt
to Bransfleld. Sparks to Doolln to Brans
field. Byrne to Hostetter. Left on bases: St.
Louis, 6; Philadelphia. 6. Bases on bslls: Off
McGlvnn. b. Mtruck out: Hr Mcurynn. l:
by Sparks, 2. Time: 1:37. Umpire: Carpenter.
Score, seconri garnet
PHILADELPHIA. ' ST. LOt'IO.
B H O A E. B.H O A B.
Thomas, ef... I I 0 Hellr. ss 4 0 I I
Kn.he. tb.... 4 14 1 4 Hoatetter. lb. I 0 1
Tuns, rt 4 0 0 0 Hurra,. If... I 0 0
Magee. If I 11 0 Brrne. lb ... 4 I
Bransaeld. lb 4 1 10 1 Beck lei. lb.. 1 II
Courtner. lb. 4 1 1
Doolln. as.... Ill
S
1 Kellr. rf Ill
4
0 Buret), rf.... I 1
Iooln, c,
Mores, p..
.411
. 1
starahall. s.- 11
0 rromnM, p.
Karger,
p.... I s i
Totals II 17 IS 1
. ' Totaka- If I 17 II S
St. Louis A 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Philadelphia 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0-S
Hits: Off Frnmme, 2 in 8 Innings; eft
Karger, 4 In Innings. Stolen baae: Mage.
Double plays: Courtney to Bransfleld.
Knabe to Doolln to Knabe.' Left on base:
St. Louie, 4; Philadelphia, 5. Baaea on bsllst
Off Fromme, 1; off Moren, 8., Hit by pitcher:
By Moren, 1. Struck out: By Moren. 4.
Time: 1:45. Umpire: Carpenter.
THREE STRAIGHT FOR CHICAGO
w
Csba Make Wlnnlngr Ran fat Ninth
Inning.
CHICAGO, June S.-Chlcgo mad . tt
three straight from New York today, win
ning In ' the ninth Inning with none out.
Two bases on balls, a wild throw by Arnea
and Slagle's clean hit to center scored th
whining run. Brown was hit hard In th
third and fourth, giving New York a lead
of three runs. Errors, gifts and timely
hitting allowed Chicago to tie In the fifth
ind seventh. Score:
CHICAOO. HEW TORK.
B.H. O.A.E. B H O A
lagle, rt 4 I I 0 Shannon, If.. 4 1 0
Tinker, as.... I 11 0 Browne. rf..,4 1 1
Sherkard. If.. I 0 0 0 OPeelln. lb.... 4 0 I
Chance, lb... I -0 1 0 09eymor, cf.. 4 I I
Stelnfoldt. lb. 4 0 1 0 1 Breenahan, S. 4 I I
Kofman. rf...t Oil 0 kirOann. lb.. I 0 1
Erera. Ib I lit 4 bah lea. sa...l 1 8
Kllng, e I I I 1 OCorroran, lb. I I
Brown, p I OAsaea. p 4 1
it
1 1
1 1
i
ii
Totsls U I 17 7 1 Total. M lJ4 1
None out when winning run scored. ...
Chicago 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 1 4
cw York 10 I 1 0 0 M 41
Two-base hits: Kllng (2). Seymour ft).
Sacrifice hits: Bheckard. Kllng. Double
plays: Tinker to Kvers to Chance, Devlin
to McGann (2). Left tin basea: Chicago, :
New York. 5. First baae on balls: Oft
Brown, 8; off Ames, 7. Struck out; Bv
Brown, I: by Ames. S. Time: 2:05. Um
pires: O'Day and Rlgler.
BEDS ARE AGAIN SHUT OUT
Fonrth
Whitewash for Cincinnati
Team This Week.
NATL June 8. For th fourth
CIN'
lme , week Cincinnati was shut out.
Brooklyn being the . victors today. Davis
throw to the plate In the sixth lnnrng,
cutting off Lumley, was th feature of th
game. Score:
BROOKLYN. . ClNCIWWATt. 1
B.H.O A. E. B H O A B.
lb. 4 0 11 OHsgglns, lb.. 1
: .
Caeer. Ib
I 1 1
Loliert. as.... 4
Lumley. rf.'.
Batch. If....
Jordan, lb..
U. loner, cf.
Lceia. as...,
Fltt.r. ...
Mclntjrs, p.
110
0 10
1 ii7 1
0 4 0
1 I
40
10 1
0 Mitchell, rf.. 8
1 Dsvla. rf .... 4
OOanaei, lb... 4
OMcLean, ... I
Mowrer, Ib... I
OOdwell. If.... I
i :
Welraer, p... I
Totals....
U It
I Total. u IflM I
Cincinnati
Brooklyn
Two-baae hit
Davis, Jordan.
0000000
.... 010 0 0 010-1
Lumley. Three-baa hlta:
Sacrifice hits: Mowrey,
Left on bases- Cincinnati.
Batch, Rttter
i: Brooklyn, 4. Double plays: Davis to
McLean. Lewis to Alperman. Struck out:
By Weimer, 6; by Mclntyre. 8 First has
on balls: Off Welmur, 1; off Mclntyre. 8.
Time: 1:30. Umpire:' Bmelle.
Standing; of th Teams.
Plaved, Won. LoC Pet.
Chicago 43 34
New York ' 4i 28
Philadelphia 4
Pittsburg 39 21
I'.onion 44 it
14
IS
27
.53
Cincinnati 1 .'i
.Brooklyn 41 14 27 .841
St. Louis U U .24
Oames today: Brooklyn at Cincinnati,
New York at St, Louis, Philadelphia at
Chicago.
Princeton Wins Championship.
PRINCETON. N. J.. June 8. Princeton
won th eastern inlercollrgiate base bell
championship by defeating Yale here thl
afternoon. 4 to 3. before nearly i.0X people,
Princeton this year has besten Pennsyle
vania once. Harvard twice and Yale twlcet
8ore: R.H.E.
le 0 3 0 1 0 0 0-8
Princeton 3100000 4S
Batteries: S'ale. Parsons. Ysn Vleck and)
T. Jones; Princeton, !! yinger and t'ooney
High Irsoel Beats Teacher.
EDGAR, Neb.. June 8. (Special.) Th
pedagogues of the Clay County Institute
challenged the Kdgar High school nine
for a gam yesterday at 4 p. m. Tit
rhallene aaa accepted and a lively anj
Interesting game resulted. Seven Inntnga
were played, -resulting In a scor of 14
to t, la l.vgr of tL bifU school ula.

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