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TTTE BEE: OMAHA. TUESDAY. MAY 11.
Omaha Runs
OMAHA RUNS OYER TOPEKA
tourkei Play in Eetl Form, Shutting
Out Ksnians.
iohns nrraciBLE all the way
fisher Steals the Katlre t Ircalt
nl Ikf Visitors Hit lae Rail
Will When Hit
Mm nana.
TOPEKA, Kan.. May 10. Roiirke's bund
i( ball tnssers shut out Topeka today, S to
Topeka ward three pitchers, but the
visitors were not to be denied. They hit
all of them when hita counted nin and
h sides they drew passes and got hit Just
at the proper tins for someone to amash
Uie ball and drive In a run.
In the flrat nsher walked, but wss
r.iyghi napping and King went on a foul,
then Pendry walked and Kane rot In the
way of one of Ileitis alow ones. Graham
ciuntcd thfm both, on hla awat for two
ihk-s. After two were down In the second
lohns drew a pas, then Fisher plunked
I straight one for three Backs, and King
and Fendry followed him with singles.
Mug rutin caught trying to steal third.
In the fourth ' I'M s her stole every base
around the circuit, after being walked by
Tnmaann He atple eecond when OondUig
was rsught trying to ateal third and went
to third on Johns' sacrifice. Thr-n with
King through a pass, he engineered
double steal.. King going in second and
fisher home before the locals woke up.
In tli scOenth Fisher started things
Kiln with- single. King followed suit.
I'endry walked and Kane acored two with
the third .single and none out. Graham
sacrificed Panrlry home and the rest of
the game was easy, no one trying to get on.
Johns waa Invincible all the way. After
two were, down In the seventh Downey
and AtaManus singled but Slapnicka was
forced to hit a slow grounder to the
pitcher. The score;
TOPEKA.
.... , ' AH. R. H. O. A. K
" ouiey, cr 4 0 0 0 0
eler. rf .. 4 n 2 1 0
Coolry, b .; 2 0 0 ft 3
Kunkel, lh 1 0 0
Ken Ion, it . 4 ft 3 0
Andrews, lb 4 0 0 2
Kahl, :t 4 0 0 4 2
rowny, as 4 O 1 2 5
Kernes, e ... 2 0012
Mi Man us, 0 1 0 1 4 0
Kelt, p 0 0 0 0 1
Tomsson, p 1 0 0 1 1
Slaplncka, , p 0 0 1 2
Totals .'.
...V.. 33 0
OMAHA.
A B. R
18 1
H.
2
I
1
1
0
1
0
0
o.
4
2
E.
Fisher, It
King, cf
Pendry. 3b
Kana, lb ,.
Oiaham, 2b ....
Welch, rf
FranoKj is V....
Gonillug, c ..
Johns, j ,vr
, 3
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
Totals 28 8 8 27 12 1
2"Peka 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Omaha 1 2 0 1 0 0 3 0 0-8
Two-base hit: Graham. Three-base hit
Fisher Sacrifice hits: Graham, Johns,
hlolen bases: Fisher (2), Graham (2). Base
on balls: Off Belts. 3; off Tomason, 3; off
Hlapmcka, 3; off Johna, 1. Struck out: Bv
Jnmason It by Slapnicka. 3: by Johns. 2.
Hlla: Off Belts, 2 In one and one-third In
nings; off romaaon, i in two and one-third
Innings; off Blapnlcka, 3 in five Innings.
Left on bases: Topeka, 7; Omahaj 5. Double
play: Slapnicka . to Downey in Cooley
Nais mmuvA.
lim. l;to. Umpire: Mullen. Attendance,
MT.Hlf WltOEM LOT GMK
Ions Ity Pitcher Ut Ml Passes)
ills Brought In II
PI KBU Colo.. May 10. -Starr waa wild
today, walking six of tin- locals In three
tlm'2ini .f 'hee e In the
fluid inning and were followed Iy an error
and three hits, giving pueblo four runs and
the game. The visitors bunched three on
t.algano In tne second, taking a lead with
three runs, a base on hsUs. a sacrifice and
an error, which gave them their final talv
in the fourth. The game was called at 4 30
to allow the. .visitors to catch a train. The
score! 1 '
BIOUX CITY.
AB. R.
Campbell. If 3 0
t'ruikshank, cf 3 it
Hunter. h.., 3 0
Andreas. ib 3 0
Smith, an 2 j
Stovall, rf 3 1
Koepplng. as.. 2 1
'lowne, c 1 ft
Starr, p 1 0
Melter. p 1
II.
3
i
0
0
i
1
1
0
1
0
O. A. 1C.
000
0 o
1 1 0
3 1 0
0 1 0
000
: 2 1
4 1 0
0 2 (i
0 0 0
16 1
A. E
2 1 2
4 0 0
7 0 0
0 0 0
000
1 0
12 0
1 I
15 0
18 9 3
Totals
!i :
PCEBLO.
A P.. RH
Kensel.- 3b
Z
Mpenccr. cf 1
Clark, lb 2
Hogriever. rf 1
J If j
Walters. 2b 1
Corhan, ss 2
Mtt. c 2
Galgano, p 1
Totals u
toux Cltv
Pjeblo
4
..0 2 0 1 0 0-3
..0 0 4 0 0 --4
fltOlfHI KftKea rimflli fluluu.... ,
.,alBn,,. , wo-UHHe
tuts: Blarr. Itonblti plays: Kensell. Clark
Andreas to Winner. Ilt nil bases: Pueblo
1. Sioux City. 4. Sacrifice hits: Stovall'
Vowne. Mtruck out: By Htarr. 1: by
Melter. 1; by Galaano. 1. Kuncs on ball--fff
Starr. : off Melter. 1; off Galgano 1'
ne: I :St. I'niplre. Wlievlcr. Attendance
ffio.
OK MOIMCS HEIDD OFF WICIIIT4
0-ol he ..l.ner. a.d
Take the liasae.
WI-HITA. May lO.-Wl.-hiia wr,, out
payed lodsy, yet came nesr winning the
same in the last two innings bv terrific
onslsughts on bang's pitching, following a
period of wlldness in whlili ne walked two
and hit one. With a man on third and
two out in the ninth and hut one run
needed to tie. Manager Holland drove a
long fly to Barter, .wh'ch ended the game.
l-ang was airtight until the eighth, when
he put two on basea by failure to locate
the plate. Wesve-r's home run scored both
men ahsad of him. Doublea bv Anderson
and Pennell snd an error bv Radr gave
the totals their last two. Swalm waa hit
hard and foiced In two runs with basea on
balls tcore:
EES MOINES
AB.
5
R.
H O
1 4
2 3
! 0
1 9
2 I
0 0
0
0 0
A E
Colligan, ss
Bader. If
Mattlclc, cf
Dallon. lb
Neihoff. Sb
Gltmarttn. Ib...
Miller, rf
fc-'ner. c
kuwin, p
1
I
Ycmr complexion as well
as jour temper is rendered
miserable by a disordered
Utt. By taking Chamber
Iain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets you can improve
both. . They cleanse and in
vigorate the stomach and
improve the digestion.
Over Topeka; Des Moines
Standing of the Teams
WF3T. I.EAiUE. AMER. AFN.
W.I,. Pet W Upct
Denver 1 .818 Mllwsukee 15 .7Vi
Wichita .... S
Topeka . 4
Tuehlo t It
.7SOTyiiilvi!le ..14 .ano
.son n1lansiHll 13 11 .Mi
.W Tnifiin 11 11 .r-n
.4ir Mlnnesnolls.lO 11 . 47H
rr Moines, t
nmahs 4 T .i Kn. CHy... 8 12
Mm-oin ....3 7 .:St. Psul ....712 .SW
Bloux City . 3 7 .3mColumbiis .. t 15 ..",48
NAT. LEAGUE. I AMER. LEAGUE
W.L.Pct.l W.L.Pct.
Pittsburg ...13 7 ,8W) Tietroft ...14 s .717
Boston 7 .& New York. .11 7 .fill
Phlla in g .MS Boston 10 8 .fcn
Chicago 12 10
MniPhlladelnhia 9 8 ..V
Brooklyn
Clncinnstl
.4;i'ChlcsKO ....10 10 .:'
lOH .4.-Sf'leveland ..9 1" .474
New York. . 7 10
412 Washington 5 12 .'JH4
St. Louis
14 .391 St. Louis .. 6 12 791
GAMES TODAY.
Western league No gamea scheduled.
American Association Columbus at Min
neapolis. Toledo at 8L Paul, Indianapolis
at Kansas City, Louisville at Milwaukee.
Amerirsn Tyesgue Washington at Chi
cago. Philadelphia at St. Iouls. New York
at Detroit. Boston at Cleveland.
National League Pittsburg st Philadel
phia, Cincinnati at Boston, Chicago at New
York, St. Ixuls at Brooklyn.
Lang, p 4
1
It 27
Totals
8
WICHITA.
AB R.
13
ir. o a.
0 ! 1
PetllRrew, cf...,
Anderson, fs...,
Cole, rf
Pernell. If
Hughes. 2b
Roberts, lb ,
Westets.il, 3b...
Weaver, c ,
Swalm. p
Clark, p
Mlddleton
Holland
2
1
3 3
? A.
0
3
1
3
1
4
0
0
0
16
0 10
0 1
Totals 32 5 5 77
Bstted for Swalm in the seventh
Battd for Weeterill In the ninth.
Des Moines 4O01O1OO0-8
Wichita 00000003 ft
Hits: Off Swalm, 11 In seven innings:
off Clark, 1 In two It lings; off Kerwin, 1
in two Innings; off Iang. 4 In seven In
nings. First base on balls: OfT Swalm. 8;
off Kerwin, 4; off Lang, 5. Struck out
By Swalm. 6: by Lang. 7. Hit with pitched
bail: By Iarg. 2. Passed balls: Kerner i2).
Two-baso hits: Anderson, Pennell. Mat
tick, Neihoff. Lang. Home run: Weaver.
Stolen basea: Weaver, Mlddleton, Mai
tlck. Daltnn. Kerner Sacrifice hit: Dalton.
Double play: Colllgnn to D.illon. Left on
bases: Wichita. 11; Dee Molnej. IS. Time:
2.15. I'mplre: Haskell. Attendance, 700.
HITKEXBGRRY HELD 'EM DOWX
Denver Coald no Nothing Villi
Pitcher Who Waa F.aay gaaday.
DENVER. May 10. Hockenberry, harm
lexa yesterday, was efficient today. t'p to
the eighth Inning Denver had made three
little hits. Then Jonea beat out an Infield
tilt. Beldcn made a single and Hartman a
three-bagger. Immediately thereafter the
depot for hits was closed. Hockenberry not
only pitched well, but his team mates
backed up with perfect fielding and good
batting. Score:
DENVER.
AH '.
O A E.
2 0 0
110
2 0 0
4 2 1
3 6 0
1 2 0
13 1 0
13 1 0
2 3 O
0 0 0
0 2 0
0 0 0
27 IS 1
O. A. E.
1 0 0
1 2 0
2 0 0
8' 2 0
2 0 1)
4 2 0
2 3 n
7 2 0
0 2 0
27 13 "0
0 0 3 08
Cassidy, rf ...
Jones, cf
Beldcn. If
Hartman, sa
Maag. 2b
Thompson, 3b
Lindsay, 1b .,
Lindsay, lb ...
Zinran, c
Bohannan ....
Corbett, p ....
SLankard ....
I
0
4
3
. . 2
,..'.'.'.' 4
3
1
1
1
0
0
3 0
4
8
1
3
1
0
0
0
0
0
Totala 31 3 7
Batted for Zinran in ninth.
Batted for Corbett in ninth.
LINCOLN.
Waldron, rf
Fox, 2b ........
Juile. If
4
1
... 4
... &
0
2
Thoma.--lb-'..
8 2
Davidson, cf ..
Gagnler, ss ,,,,
Pritchett, 3b ..,
Sullivan, e ....
Hockenberry, p
... 3
... 3
... 4
... 8
... 4
n
0
0
3
0
0
0
12
Totals 33
Denver 0 0
Lincoln ik a
Three-base hit: Hartman. Stolen bases:
Belden 2, Thomas. Sacrifice hits: Fox.
Thomas, Davidson. Base on balls: Off Cor
bett, 2; off Hockenberry, : Struck out:
By Corbett, 1; by Hockenberry. 7. Ijeft on
bases: Denver, 7; TJncoln. 7. Wild pitch:
Hockenberry. Passed ball: Sullivan. Hlt.bv
Pitched ball: Sullivan. Time: 2:15. Umpire:
Clark.
GOTl'H 1 TAKEN FOR NHL HO
Gels Ovation from Dane. Who Think
He Is Rattler.
Emil Klank, Frank Gown's bualneaa man
ager, writing a letter to a friend on The
Bee, relates an amusing incident in which
Gotch'a fame as champion wrestler of the
world, waa lost in the light of Battling
Nelson's distinction aa a prue fighter.
Gotch, Klank and Nelaon left Denver,
where Nelson had refereed the wrestle be
tween Gotch and Beell, on the same train
and traveled together aa far as Green
River. Wyo.. when the Dane proceeded over
the main line of the I'nlon Pacific to Og
den, enroute to San Francisco and Gotch
and Klank took the Oregon Short Line to
Portland.
Now, there are many Pane at Green
River and they had got wind of the fact
that Nelaon waa to be on that train. So
when the train steamed Into the station a
crowd of people came rushing down to
meet It, waving their hands and yelling.
Gotch and Klank got off the train and
were walking up and down the platform
when tne crowd burst upon them and as
many aa could grabbed Gotch by the hand
and began ahaklng it vigorously and ad
dressing him excitedly in a foreign tongue,
which proved to be Danish. Gotch not
being a Dane, could not understand them.
Finally one man from t lie disappointed
cromd stepped out and addressed Gotch In
English, making known the fact that thev
had coma out to meet their diatlnguished
countryman who, they thought, of courae,
could speak hla own language.
"But I am npt Nelson; he has gore
through on thst train." aald Ootch, point
ing to the I'nlon Pacific disappearing in
the distance toward the west.
"Oh, go on. we know you are Nelson,
and If you don't want t recognise ua you
don't have to." came a dozen voices.
Gotch protested In vsln that he was not
Nelson and tried to explain the aituatton
more fuliy. The ardent admirers of the
Battler renewed their vigorous demonstra
tions and had falrlv swamped the big
restler by the time he and Klank hoarded
their train.
"It la Nelson, It Is Nelson." they cried,
and as the train pilled out tliey ran along
beside It. giving "Three cheers for Battling
Nelson, the greatest fighter In the world."
tJotch did not seek to Identify himself,
only to say that he was not Nelson, snd If
thev had known Nelson or had a very In
telligent idea of him they would have
known that he waa only about one-third
as big aa the man they took for him.
SrKCI4l. HATES FOR B4I.L GIM F.
Halt Fare t.raated Paehlo .Neighbors
far laaday.
Pueblo Is to enjoy the benefits of Sun
day excursions from neighboring towns to
the ball games. The Missouri Pacific has
announced that until September if, a spe
cial half-rate from Towner, Colo., and all
intermediate polnta will be trade to Pueblo.
Tills will enable visitors to reach Pueblo
about noon, see the games and return at
6 o clock. No required number of tickets
will have to be aold troni any station t
get the benefit of the rate, and It is likely
that the evening train will be t back until
8 o'clock to acrvmmodate those who get
left. The Bio Grande and Santa Fe are
considering taking up the same proposition.
Rangers Waal a Game.
On account of the disbanding of the
Berg Clot lung team the Rangers are with
out a game for next Sunday. Call Webster
22)7 after u clock for the manager. The
Hangers clslm the game with the Brode
gaaid Crowns by the score of 9 to 0. the
Crowns not showing up. Bill Kochu.
foimer Btors pitcher, haa signed lo twirl
for the Hangers.
No Gamea la Eastern f.eagae.
NEW YORK. Mav 10 All gamea of the
Kaotern league schedule for today were
postponed uu account of rgi.u
WHITE SOX WIN IN ELEVENTH
Washington Defeated in Hard Fought
Contest One to Nothing-.
GAME IS PITCHERS' BATTLE
Johnson Weakens In the eleventh
and Three aaccesnlve lilts
Bring In Winning;
linn.
CHICAGO, Miy 10. Chicago today de
feated Washington, the fit at of the eastern
teams to appear hrre, In a hurd-fought 11
Inning game, one to nothing. Both White
and Johnson pitched good ball up to th?
eleventh. In the deciding round, Johnson
weakened and successive hits by White,
Hahn and Welday, gave Chicago the win
ning run. Score:
CHlCAfJO. WASH1NOTON
H.H.I). A K B.H.O.A K
H.hn. rf i 2 2 0 oomle. It.. . 0 0 0 0
W'tlttijr. If.... 4 1 2 A lV.I'-Mf, ... I 0 1 I I
inhell. lb I 117 1 Olniijb. lb t I l. 0 11
Alltr.tr. cf...4 0 10 m iiripbintr. 2b 4 0 S 4 0
AH, 2b 0 1 4 21'vmer, rf . . 4 0 2 0 4
Punell. 2b ... 4 0 0 I ni-miri.y, cf...4 110 4
Sulllv.n. c... J 0 0!rhlke. 2b... 0 40
TKnn.blll. h. 4 1 I OiHreri. c 4 0 14 4
Wtil'e. p 4 I 1 4 (ijohnmn, p .. 4 2 0 14
To sis 85 4 21 17 2 Tot sis .S IMS l 1
Two out when winning run scored.
Chicago 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-1
Washington 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Sacrifice hits: Shipke. Ganley, Isbell.
Stolen base: Isbell. Double play: Purtell.
Atl to Isbell. liCft on basea: Chicago, 5;
Washington, 7. Bases on balls: While. 1,
Johnson, 2. Struck out, by White, 4; by
Johnson, 6. Time, 1:.to. empires: Con
nolly and Kgan.
Athletics Defeat Brows).
ST. 1X3C1S. May 10. Philadelphia took
the first game of the series from St. l.ouls
this afternoon by a score of 5 to 1. Wad
dell was unsteady and he waa hit effec
tively. The fielding behind him waa poor.
PHILADELPHIA. ST. LiOliS.
n.H.O.A.E B.H.O A K.
OMrln. If.
BBli.r, 3b...
( nlllna. 2b..
Vurphy. rf.
Uu i a, lb...
Barr, cf....
Harry, aa...
Thomas, c.
Plank. P ...
Totala...
,3100 nHartall, If... 4 1 1 "
4 3 1 10 llnssa. cf
.4 1 2 3 0 Hoffman, cf
,3 0 J Mr A lee., if.
4 it 7 1 Stone. If...
,2 0 3 0 0 Ferrll. lb .
1 0 )
1 0 4 0 "
I i 1 ft
1 0 0 4 4
4 2 J i 1
3 1 2 I oW'allac aa
. 4
1 I
4 I 1 0 Williams. 2b. 3 1 II t
.201: OJnn.a, lb.... I 1 12 0 0
st.ph.na, a..4 1 I 2 0
XI 127 11 0Wa4ii.ll. p .. 3 0 0 4 1
Pattsraon ...1 0 0 0 4
Tolala 22 7 27 15 I
The score:
Bt. liuls 0000 0 1 0001
Philadelphia 0 0300011 0-6
Three base hits Baker. Williams. Sac
rifice hits: Oldrlng. Baker, Plank. Double
plays: Jones, unassisted. Hit by pitched
ball: by Waddell, (Barry). Wild pilchea:
Plank. Bases on balls: Off Waddell, a;
off Plank, 3. Strulk out: By Waddell, 6;
by Plank, 7. lft on basis: St. l,ouls, S;
Philadelphia. 7. Time: 1:46. I'mplre: O
Lojghllne, and Perrlne.
Games Postponed.
CL.raVBI.AND. O.. May 10. Cleveland
Boston game postponed, rain.
AT DETROIT Detroit -New Tork game
postponed, rain and cold weather.
GAME IX THE SATIONAL I.EAC.IF,
Brooklyn DrlTea CovalesUI from Box
econd Time Thlcs Merles.
BROOKL.YN, May 10. Today's game was
played In a continuous rain. Brooklyn bat
ted Coveleskle out of the box for the sec
ond time In the series and Bull registered
his second victory, this time by four to
two.
Bell had splendid control. Pllchel Lund
gren, who' has been purchased from Chi
cago bv Brooklyn, la destined for Toronto.
BROOKLYN. PHILADELPHIA.
R.H.O.A.R. B.H.O.A.E.
Rurcb. If...
2 0 4 0 Onrant. 3b 4 0 0 11
.Mparmin, 2h 4 I I 0 OShasn. 2b..
Hnmtn.l, sa.. 4 1 1 S 2Tltua. rf...
4 14 2 0
3 14 0 0
4 0 2 0 0
arKrlni. ef... 4 1 4 0 0 Mlm. If
Kuatua, rf ... 4 0 1 0 0 Branfi.l4. lb 4 1 10 0 0
Jordan, lb.... 4 2 7 0 OOaboraav rf... 4 2 1 0 0
VciKItmo. lb 4 1 1 4 1 IHiolln. aa. ...4 12 4 0
Bar-awn,
14(2 orimiin. c 4)401
2 112 Oi'ovalMkl, p.. 1 0 0 3 0
Ball. p..
. nelmnger ., 1 0 0 0 n
3 Sparka. P 4 0 0 0 0
Totala 22 9 27
Jac-ktltach .. l o o o o
Totala ss 7!!J 11 2
x Batted for Covaleskie in 6th.
x-Batted for Sparks in ninth.
l Burch out, hit by batted- ball.
Philadelphia 0 0001001 02
Brooklyn - 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 04
Two base hits- Bransfield, Jordan. Hits
off C'Jvaleskle 4 In 4 Innings. Stolen bases:
Burch. Left on bases: Philadelphia. 8;
Brooklyn, . Base on balls: off Covaleskie,
1; off Sparks. I: off Bell, 2. Base on er
roraj Philadelphia. 3's Brooklyn 1. Struck
out: bv Sparks, 2: by Bell. 3. Wild pitch:
Vovaleskle. Time: 1:37. fmplres: Truby
and Rlgler.
ew York Wins from Boston.
BOSTON. May 10. Inability to hit Ray
mond'a pitching with men on bases cost
the locals the game today New York win
ning 2 to 1. White was wild but kept the
hita scattered. Score:
NEW YORK. BOSTON.
B.H.O.A.E. B.H.O.A.E,.
T.nn.v. lb... 2 1 10 0 0 Starr. 7b 4 1 1 2 0
M. i orm'k.- rf. 4 4 0 4 0 H.i-k.r. rf....3 12 0 0
Murray. If ... 6 110 OHatea. If 4 2 4 1 0
il'Hara rf ... 4 1 S 1 OR.aumnnt, cf 4 1 0 0 0
r.Tlln. Sb ... 4 0 1 3 OR.rk. lb 4 1 I )
Brldir.ll. aa . 2 1 S 2 0 Pshl.n, aa . . 2 1 2 4 I
Vfrkla. 2b.... 4 0 1 1 0 Sw..n.y. 3b . 4 0 2 1 1
Si-hist. r 2 o s ! 0 now.rman, c. t 1 & I 1
Raymond, p.. 4 0 0 1 O'Ritrh.y 1 0 0 0 0
Whit., p 2 0 0 0 0
Totala 23 4 17 13 O'Slera 1 0 4 0 4
Totala 33 8 27 12 4
x Batted for Bowerman In ninth,
xx Batted for Wl Ite in ninth.
New York 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2
Boston 0 0100000 01
Two base hita: Bates, McC'ormtck. Sac
rifice hits: Tenney Becker. Stolen bases:
Dahlen. Schlei, Starr. Ift on bases: Bos
ton. 84 New York. 10. Base on balls:
White. S; Raymond. 2. Base on errors:
New York, 3. Struck out: by White, J; by
Raymond. 5. Wild pitch. White. Time:
1:45. empires: Johnstone and Cusack.
liaise Postponed,
AT PITTSBURG- Clricago - Pittsburg
game postponed, cold weather.
FORT CROOK SEES KEAI. GAME
Hollya Defeat ilbrlght Merchants In
Game Ending; H to 1.
The Hollys easily defeated the Albright
Merchants on the Port Crook diamond by
a aenre of 9 to 1. Guineas, the giant twlrler
of the losers, could not scare the Hollys
with hla great speed, as is shown by-the
eleven safe drives garnered by the winners.
Although the Albright team secured ten
safeties off of Kelly, he kept them' well
scattered, ao that with nearly perfect sup
port the loaera could get only one man
across the pan. Casey, the Texas leaguer
from Fort Worth, who hammered Ruht
Waddell down south, could not do any
thing against Kelly, whiffing twice when
a hit would have meant runs for Albright.
Gibson and Dougherty were the stars with
the sticks, while a long throw from center
by Falconer was the feature fielding stunt
Murphy at short made two sensational
atops, getting his man each time. Score:
HOLLYS ALBRIGHT KERCH AN 1 fl
AB.H O.A.g. AH H O A K
Palrm.r cf.. 4 41 4 Gillian. If .. 4 l 0 4 1
K.lly. 3b 12 11 Arhbwin. :b. 4 2 4 1 o
Mi-Andr-s.- rf 4 1 0 4 4 ( sry. Sb 2 1 2 1 1
Oibaon. c 4 I 4 1 00 Bowl.y, a 4 1 1 10
Glllham. :b . I 4 2 2 0. Buwicy, lb i 4 I 1 0
tiaufh'ty. Ib 4 2 10 0 IVoai. c 2 1 4 I 4
Murphy, as... 4 114 OOrl.n.r. cf... 4 12 4 0
Brvurasn, If t 4 1 0 Olloud. rf 4 I 4 0 4
K.lly, p 4 4 4 4 lCursaw. p... 4 1114
Tut. la M 11 37 14 1 Totals 14 10 It t t
Hollys 1 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 4-t
Albright 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0-1
Earned runs: Hollys. 5: Albright, L
Three-base hit: Gibson. Two-base hits:
Dougherty, Murphy. Yost. Sacrifice hit:
J. Kelly. Stolen basea: Hollys, : Al
bright. 3. Double plays: P. Kelly, Gllham.
J. Kelly to Murphy; C. Bowley, Carey to
O Bowley. Struck out: By P. Kelly. 4,
by Gurneaa, i. Bases on balls: Off P.
Kelly, 1; off Gurness. 3. Hit by pitched
ball: By Gurnees, 1; by P. Kelly, 1. Um
pire: C. Roach.
Victory for F. I. A. Teaas.
Btnner lodge. Fraternal I'nlon of Amer
ica, defeated the West Sides at "the cut"
by the score of ( to L Bandera
started the game fur the West Sides, but
waa replaced by Schoiderwlnd before the
first Inning waa over. Jensea, for the lodge
turn, pitched superb ball, striking out ten
men and allowing only one hit. Ed Soren
son. the new fielder for the Fraternal
Unions, played a fine game, saving the
g me once ty Ins effective work lo a
Heads off Wichita Team
double plsy. Mcf'resry had his hatting
tegs on. gettii g three Mngles out of four
times up. Next Sunday ths Fraternal
Ur ions will plsv the R-iys: Achates. Bat
teries: West Klrles. Panler., Si linMerwind
and Greener; Fiaternal I rt- ris. Jensen and
allhrtdge. Hits; Frsternnl Unions, 4;
Wrst Sides. I. First base f-n bsU; Off
Jensen. 4; off Panders. 1 Teams desiring
games call Wlllard Quigley. Webster 2o.
GAME IK AMERICA A 04 I4TIOX
Kaaaaa CHy Wine Hard Fnnaht Battle
front Indianapolis.
KANSAS CITY. May .. In a asme that
went two extra innings Kansns City today
won a hard bst-.le from Indianapolis. Boiii
Slsgle and W right pitched in excrlltit
foi in. Score:
KANSAS CITY. INDIANAPOLIS.
R.H.O.A.R B.H.O.A F.
Carllal., tf. . . 4 1 ! 0 Oi-badb-rn.. if S 0 1 10
Croaa. a. 1 4 4 OM'l hean.T. rf 4 I J 0 ll
Peekloy. lb 3 1 IS 0 0 Ha. dan. rf . 4 1 I 2 0
l--bar. Sb . 4 1 2 4 Olarr. lb 4 0 14 4 0
Neighbors, rf. S 1 I n ORurk. 3b I 0 2 0
Hsllman. rf . 4 3 10 Oci Ro-irk.. Jb. 4 1 4 4 0
Hetllns. Sh . 3 I ! 4 -lln.l.y, r 4 0 7 3 0
Sulllran, C...3 1 4 1 0 tinpk. as.... 4 113 1
Wrlsht. p . ..4 1 0 4 Slal.. p 4 0 14 0
Plah.rty ....0 ooso -
Lov. 1 4 0 0 4 T.itala 33 T32 i 1
Totala 34 1! S3 11 0
Two out when winning run was made.
Batted for Sullivan in the eleventh.
Batted for Wright Ih the eleventh.
Kansas City... 0100000000 12
Ini.'ianapolls ...0000 1 0000 0 0 1
Earned runs: Kansas City. 2; Indian
apolis. 1. Two-bne hits: Neighbors, far
lisle. MoCTireney, O'Rourke. Hayden. Flrt
1ase on errors: Kansns city. 1. Ift on
bases: Kansas City. 9: lnll:tnapolis. 0.
Sacrifice hits: Cross (.'I. Becklcv. Hallmnn.
Helling, Sullivan, fair. O'Rourke, How-lev.
Stolen bases: Brashenr. Burke 2i. Double
play: O'Rourke 10 Hoi ke to Carr. First
base on bails: Off Wright. 4: off Single. 3.
Hit with pitched ball: Helling, Reckley.
Time: 2:M. Umpires: Hayea and Owens.
Brewers Defeat Distillers.
MILWAUKEE. May 10. Milwaukee took
another game from Ixjulsvllle lodav, 8 to 0.
Score:
MILWAt'KBE. LOTISVILLP:
B.H. O.A.B B H.O.A.K
Fleblnton. sa. 4 I 3 4 1 PunleavT, rf. 4 0 2 0 4
f.ariv. rf 4 2 0 0 OWoodniff. Jh. t 4 1 2 1
Mrllann. lb... 1 4 0 Ull.lrhantv. If. 4 3 4 0 0
Kandall. cf...S 1 4 1 (llndreth, rf..4 1 0 0 0
Clark, th 3 10 1 OSulllran. lb.. 4 1 12 0 0
MrCorm'k, 2b 2 1 2 1 0 1 i.n. 2b .... 3 2 3 1 1
llfist.tt.r, c .4 10 2 tlUuinlan, a... 4 0 13 0
Colllna. If. .. 2 0 2 0 0 H'uhtt. c... 3 1 1 l 0
Dougherty, p. 4 0 0 4 OPuiim.nn. p. 3 0 I . 0
Total' 34 10 27 14 I Totala 34 12 24 12 2
Milwaukee 0 0 0 1 fi 0 1 0 X
Louisville J 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0
Two-base hit: Delehnnty. Home runs:
Woodruff. Clark. Sacrifice hits: McGann.
MeCormk-k, Olsen. Stolen bases: Olsen,
Woodruff. Randall. Double plays: Robin
son to McGann. Clark to McCormlck to
McGann. Left on bases: Milwaukee. S;
Louisville, 7. First base on bells: Olf
lougheiiy. 3; off Puttniann. 1. Hit with
pitched ball: Collins, Clark, McGann.
Struck out: By Dougherty. 4. Time: l;S6.
Un plres: King and Conahan.
Saint Bnneh lilts.
8T. PAIL, Minn.. Mav 10. -St. Paul
bunched hits off Nagle while Leroy was
effective in pinches and St. I'aul took
the first game of the scries from Toledo
today, 5 to 2. Score:
8T. PAT I.. TOLEDO.
B.H.O.A.E. B.H.O.A E.
Davla. rf 4 0 1 1 OMrfsnhr. aa 4 1 2 1 0
Armb'ater. if I 2 1 0 0 Hin.-hman, 2b 4 0 1 0
C.hrlng. rf... 4 2 5 r. OSrooot. cf....4 2 4 0 0
Plynn, lb ... 4 1 M v 0 lllrkman, if.. 4 3 0 0 0
u nrien, b..4 1 I 3 OSarbold, rf
t-sriseh. c... 4 1 2 s Kinsrt. 3b..
4 2 2 0 1
.42040
4 0 11 0 0
.3 0 4 0 0
cockman, 3b. 4 0 2 2 OPauhert, lb
Nee,
4 1 2 i OAhhott. c...
4 10 4 ONasla, p....
Leroy, p..
. 3 I 0 i 0
.. 1 0 0 0 0
..86 12 24 11 1
-Clark
Totala 24 4 27 12 4
Tolala. .
Batted for Naei In ninth
St. Paul 0 0 0 2 0 1 2 0 5
Toledo 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 02
rwo-baae hits: Armbrueter. Gchring,
Hickman (2). Home run: Gehring. Stolen
bases: Nee. Carish. Elwert. Buses on
balls: Off Nale. 1; off Lerov. 1. Hit
with pitched ball: Cockman. Struck out:
By Nagle. 3. Left on bases: St. Paul. 5;
Toledo, 8. Time. 1:50. Umpire: Sullivan.
AMERICANS DEFKAlF" RAMBLERS
Game at Vinton Pnrk Reanlts In Good
Pitchers Battle.
The Americans wot) from the Ramblers
Bunday at Vinton street park by a score
of it to 1. The Americans outclassed them
both In fielding and In batting. Brodheck
pitched good bail for the Americans, allow
ing but two hits. Hachton of the Ramblers
also pitched a good game, but his team
mates failed to aupport him.
The Ramblera got their only run in the
fourth inning, when Williams walked and
Swartg hit for two bases, scoring Williams.
Next Sunday the Americans plav the Al
bright Merchants at Florence park. Score:
AMERICANS. RAMBIJIRS.
AB.H. O A E. AB.H.O A.E.
Dvg.rt, If...
4 0 I C OMayfl.ld. aa. 4 0 2 (I
3 0 0 4 1 Win lama. ... t 0 a i (I
Smith,
"ape. 1 4 0 1 Trary, h 4 0 1 4 :
Farley, lb.. . 2 f 14 0 1 Tultl., 2b ... 3 0 2 1 1
Collins, Sb . 4 2 0 2 OSwarti. if.... 4 1 0 0 0
Ko. rf 2 0 0 0 0 Hamilton, rf 3 0 0 v
Danniaon, cf. 2 0 0 0 OCsrsy, If 4 1 0 4 0
iwnny. rf, cf 4 1 2 0 0Treurr. lb.. 3 0 10 0 11
CaaMy. c... 2 14 1 0 Hachton, p... 2 0 4 1 1
B rod back. p. I 0 4 3 4
Totala 29 2 34 1 2
Totala.
.10 7 17 13 3
Americans 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 3"-
Ramblers 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 01
Two-base hits: Farley, Swarti. Three
base hit: Collins. Sacrifice hits: Farley.
Cassidy. Hachton. Stolen bases: Dygert
Carp, Farley, Williams (2). Hamilton. Hit
by pitched ball: By Hachton. 2; by Brod
beck, 3. Basea on balls: Off Hachton 2
off Brodbeck. S. Struck out: By Brod
heck, 4. by Hachton, 10. Time: 1:40. Um
pire: Lynch.
Stock Yards Whip Florence.
The amateur season opened with hard
luck for Harry Suge si Florence Sunday.
The Union Stock Yards team was In first
class condition and played fine bail and
gave Florence ball fana a game that will
hardly be equalled among local amateurs
this season. "Snuff" Smith, for the Stock
Yarda boys, was a rare punle to Florence.
Florence did not get a hit or a run. being
shut out. 4 to 0. Smith snd Cavanaugh
worked for the Union Stock Yards, while
Bogatts and Mowkry were performing for
Florence. The Stock Yards' schedule is
still Incomplete, and anyone wanting fast
gamea address G. S. Kennedv. manager
Union Stock Yards team. Soiith Omaha
'Phone South 1MW. They hae no game for
next Sunday. Score:
STOCKYARD?. FLORENCE.
AB M O A E. AB.H O A E.
K.nn.dy, 2b. 4 0 3 0 1 Rnak. aa 4 0 1 0 1
Talbot, lb. .. 4 14 1 OFIIIott. 2b ... 2 0 111
Clark. 3b 3 12 1 1 Has., lb 4 0 14 0 0
Grav.a, aa ... 4 2 4 0 0Ihr. cf 1 0 1 0 1
RMgan. If... 4 1 0 0 OBarr. If I 0 0 0 0
J- t'.v'gh, r. 4 0 II 3 OMt-Oulgan. t) I 0 It I
('aranaugh. cf I 1 1 1 fltlrl, rf 4 0 0 0
Vurphy. rf... 4 1 0 0 0 Mowkry, c... 1 0 7 I 0
Smith, p 2 0 0 2 ORogatta. p .. 2 0 0 4 0
Totsla 85 7 27 2 Totala !6 0 27 15 8
Union Stock Yards 4
Florence '',o
Three-base hit: Talbot Two-base hits:
Graves. Resgan. James Cavanaugh. Stolen
bases: Union Stock Yards, 9; Florence, .
Bases on balls: Off Smith. 7: off Bogatts
1. Struck out: Bv Smith. 12; bv Bogstis S
Hit with pitched ball: By Smith. 2. Time:
1:SU. Umpire: Baylor of Florence. Scorer:
Finch.
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ANTI-CLAPP TICKET WINS
Student Fight for Athletic Board ii
Strongly Victorious.
CHAL0UPKA HEADS THE WINNERS
A ate Was Largest Kter Polled at Ne
braska University and F.seltr
sirsl Intense Throaghont
the Day.
LINCOLN. .May lV In the bitterest
fight for elee-lon of student members
o fthe athletic board ever held at the
state university, the snti-Clapp faction to
day elected its entire ticket of five mem
bers. William Chalrupka. foot ball star,
headed the ticket with n.'7 votes. The other
four men elected wete: ePrry 511; Mitchell,
474; Elliott. 40; Carroll. 307.
Oothcr candidates received votes, ss fol
lows: Mahond. 2ni; McDonald. 170; Umg,
165; Schmidt. 13!: Hummell. 130; Belltcr.
li; Dibbs. B7. The vote was the largest
ever polled at Nebraska university.
Excltment in the election was Intense all
day. TTiis morning when the students went
lo their 8 o'clock classes they were given
hand-bills at the gates telling of the antl
Clapp right and asking them to vote for
the liberals, or sntl-Clapp ticket. Those
bills Immediate aroused the men accused
of being Clapp candidates to notion and
they at once got out a circular declaring
they were not affiliated with any pro
fessor. They nisei made charges that the
antl-Clapp ticket was put up by Theta. Nu
Bpsllon and that H was trying to secure
control of Comhuskers athletics by oustiiwf
the "decent" students from the board.
Students all day "cut" classes in order
to carry on the campaign for votes. Rep
resentatlvea of the two factions were busy
in the class rooms and on the streets from
9 o'clock this morning until the polls closed
at 1:30 this afternoon. The anti-Clapp
faction was so called from the Issue it
made the campaign of the policy of Dr.
Clapp. physical director at the university.
This party declared that Dr. Clapp waa
opposed to the major university sports and
maintained that a liberal set of student
members would have to be elocted In order
to keep foot ball and base ball from being
relegated to Inferior positions In Corn
husker athletics.
CHICK KEEPS FAX8 OX EDGE
Aotrey Is Touted High by Cincinnati
Papers.
Under a big black heading. "Chick Keeps
Fans in Uproar by Making Swell Plays at
First," one of Hie Cincinnati papers has
this to say of Autrey as he played in one
of the recent games at first base:
"Ten thousand anxious pairs of eyes were
centered on two men at League PHik on
Thursday, '('hick' Autrey, fie new flrsi
base experiment, and Bill Mortality, the
elongated short fielder, were the gents
who attracted all this attention, and they
certainly performed in such fashion that
not one of the 10m Red bugs felt a pang
of disappointment after seeing them In
action.
"Kvery one of those fans had read of the
wonderful stums performed by Autrey
when the Reds were getting Into shape
for the 1MB campaign in the south, and
they all wanted to see Just how much hot
air those news dispatches from the south
had contained.
"Did Autrey live up to the advance
notices? Wll. we should smile. Did
Moriarity do as well its expected? Well,
we should smile again. 1
"No first baseman who ever worked on the
Red lot ever performed In better fashion
than this man Autrey did Thursday. He
made rousing slops of hard ground ballt.
that brought the excited fans to their
feet a number of times: he msde marvelous
captures of difficult flies that drew forth
applause In bunches, and he played thai
bag as well as any first baseman In the
country could have done.
"He did not make a hit, but he got two
bases on balls and scored a run. It s a
cinch that if Autrey makes good with the
stick he will give Dicky Hoblitzel an
awful battle for position.
"One doy. while the Reds were practicing
at Ponce De Ion park. In Atlanta, and
Autrey was making some of his great
plays. Manager Billy Smith of the Atlanta
team, made the following remark: "The
only difference between Autrey and Jlggs
Donohue, the star first baseman of the
Chicago White Sox, Is thai Autrey Is a
better hitter."
'Autrey s best piece of fielding was
pulled off when Pchulte rapped a hard one
down by first base that looked for at least
two bags, ('hick' flung himself at the
ball, grabbed It with his ungloved hand,
and then heat Schulte in a race to first."
HIM. MAW OITIOOTJ SHEPPARD
Winner Won hy Three Feet In a
Race of Sis Hundred Yards.
NTW YORK. May 10 At the amateur
gamea of the Monument Athletic club at
Celtic park. L. Isl. Sunday. Harry Hill
man of the New York Athletic club met
and defeated Melvin W. Sheppard of the
Irish-American Athletic ssso-iation by a
margin of barely tliree feet in a match
race at yards. Time: 1:57.
In the final heat of the 12fi-yard dash,
scratch. George Reckman of the Acorn j
Athletic association, Brooklyn, defeated
iRobert Clotighen of the Irish-American j
g.Hociailtifl o.v n nrw incur?. i lie winner S
time, l:13fc, would be a new record, hut as
a strong wind favored the runners It will
not stand.
Hardware Men Gel One.
The Ijee-Glass-Andreesen team defeated
the Townsends at the Vinton street park
Htirday afternoon, 7 to a. The game was
well played throughout. In spite of the
chilly weather. The feature of the game
was the batting of the lee-Glass-Andree-sct
s. The score: K. U.K.
I..-G.-A 00304000 -732
Townfends ... 0 0 2 0 0 o 0 0 S 5 6 !
P!tt base on t-.tils: faff Bunnell, 6: off
Cross, 7. Struck out: By itunnell, f; by
Cuss. 4. Three-base hits: Casey, Trow
hiidge. Hatteries: Iee-lase-Andreesens,
Bunnrll. Moriarity and Clare; Townsends,
Cross and Spellman. I'mpire: l.ynrh.
Nnolhern League Games.
At Nashville Birmingham, 4; Nash
ville, At Mobile Mobile. I; New Orleans. 1.
At Little Rock Little Rock, 2, Mem
phis. 1.
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