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THE REE: OMAHA. FRIDAY. MAY 28, 1909.
Omaha Cleans Up Pueblo and Goes to Sioux City in Second Place; Pirates Continue to Win PtSDRVS WALLOP ENDS Tit Three-Bae Hit by Center Fielder Win. Game. ROURKES COME WITH A RUSH IrrMit (nntMl trifled In Mntk Innloa After Fan Have Hffii on Verge of Heart Ailment for Tni lloara. Omaha, 7, Pueblo, 6. Jack rondo, playing regularly In the renler garden for Omaha for the first time. landed on the ball In tha ninth In ntiiat l'h the same a tie and lilt for three I sees, driving Welch home with the win ning run from Pueblo. t-'.ivh fltishes a. yesterdays are hard on the ordinary fun. hut to have two of them in suci-eedtng day la more than la good for a weak heart. Wednesday Omaha ranie up from three hehlnd and won, and yesterda) the Rourkes shot forth from be hind In th eighth, tied the score and then won out In the ninth, Bring thereby Into second place. From ths bottom of the ladder to next to the top la quite a climb, hut that is what the Rourkes have accom plished during their brief aojourn In Omaha. The tension to which the Omaha players have been strung in winning the last eight straight tamri la beginning to tell on them and their playing was a little ragged at times, but they had some remarkably hard situations. Especially waa this the case In the fourth Inning, when with one out Clark hit for tflree sacks. The Infield moved In close. Spencer hit a corker at Franck. which the captain let scoot by him. as It was on his meat hand. The nxt ball Moggie drove for a hard line tboot al Kchlpke. which caught the skipper on the right side. It. too, went through. Spencer attempted to steal and Clark allfd 111 m iafe. so In the mlxup Tuehlo cored two runs, which, with the three they had made in the se ond Inning, put them In the lend swilai Starts Annplcloasly. Swalm etarted to pitch fur Omaha, and with two out Clark and Spencer singled, but Moggie failed to make good and no runs weie made. Omaha opened with three runs. Fisher singled . and Bertie King struck out. Schlpke Mingled and Fisher scooted to third. Schlpke coaxed a throw n nd Fisher stole home. Welch hit to right and Miller dropped the hall. The Infield moved In. so that when Pendry grounded. Morgle nailed Schlpke at the plate. Pendry stole strond. and when Kane hit the ball down the third base line he and Welch trotted home. Three runs for Omaha. Pueblo made three In the second on a bose on balls, a man hit a douhle. a sin gle and Schlpke's error, and another In the third on Corhan's triple and Mttze'a single. Lower was then called In and struck rut the next two. Puehlo. 4; Omaha. .1. Two more were added to Pueblo's taaly Mieei In 'the fourth by the hard drives de scribed above. Omaha made one In the fourth on Fisher's threa-bagger and a passed ball. Pueblo, 6; Omaha, 4. Thus they battled until the seventh, wiih neither able to register, hut In the seventh Omaha tied the score. 'Fisher hit to Cor han and then beat out a clean throw, al though Clark dropped the ball. King hit to Corhan. who simply tumbled the hall. Schlpke hit a long drive- to right which Mr. Miller misjudged and he was sent to the bench. Jrhl taking his place. Klaher cored on Schlpke's drive. Welch had a chance to win the pame. but struck out. i'er.dry was given a base on balls and Kane's long fly and nut to Curtlss allowed King to score. Omaha, : Pueblo, 6. Winning linn Off llonnn. Thus the score stood until the ninth In ning, w him Ronno was sent to work In place of Swift, who had been landed on pretty hard. King hit Bonno for a single for an opener, but was caught at second w hen ha tiled to stretch It Into a double. Bchipke hit a line drive at Bonno which the son of sunny Italy could not dodge, so he caught It. Then came Henry elch. I'onno put them over, but Welch fouled half a dozen good ones and tlyn walked. I.ltue Jack Pendiy wgs next, and to show that Pa rtourke's judgment was good In rending Beiden to Waterloo, he hit the three-sacker which (n the game. No more, games orjthe home ground for eij;ht da) s. The fcore: OMAHA. AH. H. H. O A. E. 4 0 0 0 1 S 4 0 2 0 4 2 12 0 0 110 0 1 12 0 1 113 0 0 8 ' 2 0 10 0 1 0 0 2 0 12 27 15 4 H. O. A. E. 113 0 0 2 10 4 10 0 1 2 2 0 0 I860 110 1 0 0 0 0 12 3 1 1 S 1 0 10 0 0 0 10 0 12 '26 ' 12 3 V eher. If 5 3 King. Cb 5 1 8i hlpke. 3b 5 0 Welch. rf 4 2 Pendry. cf 1 1 Kane, lb 4 0 Fianck. as 4 0 Oondlng. c 4 0 Swalm. p 1 0 L-iwer. p S 0 Totals 3S 7 PUEBLO AH. a Kvnsel. 3b S rmntiss If 6 Claik. lb 5 Spencer.- -f Ifogilever, 2b. Miller rf Jehl. rf Corlian - sa Mltae. c Swllt. p Donno. p Totals 39 Two cut when winning run wan made. Omaha Runs 3 0 0 1 0 O 2 0 17 3 2 1 1 1 0 2 0 2 12 Hits P.jehlo Runs Hits .......1...0 SI 20O00O J : t 4 0 1 t 1 0-12 Two-base hits: Fiaher, Si'hipke. pendry. Swift. Three-base hits: Pendry, Flaiier. Clark. Corhan. Passed ball: Ml'ie. Base on l-alla: Off Bwalm. 2; off Loer. 2; otf H'innii, 1. Hit by pitched ball: By Swalm. 1; by Lower, 1. Struck out; By Swalm. 2; TRIUMPH BOTTLED BEER "A hcahhful mellow brew It Dourbhes. strengthens, upbuilds. , Hdps you dig your way to success. . nADI IN OMAHA V Trig rSTORZ, rBRXi CO. tRGICI I xm. U14U s 1 Era d 'tra ml I Standing of the Teams WEST. LEAGUE, i AM ER. ASSN. W.UPct.i W.I,. Pet rw-s Molnrs..lT 10 .! Milwaukee ..2ft 13 .fin I rnis'na IS II .TT: Louisville ...22 17 .64 i Topeka 'ioux City. Wichita ... Denver Pueblo Lincoln ... 13 10 .5V Indianapolis 3" at .tfO 13 1't .5o Minneapolis 1 19 .4M 1 12 .lUft Ksn. C!ty...l 19 12 13 .4X0 Columbus .IS7 ! 17 .3Mv Tole-'n W 51 .412 7 Hi .4;'8t. Paul 18 20 .42 LEACFF.. ; AMER, LEAOUE. W.LPct.l W.L.Pct .... 'A 12 .tiWittsburg ...X 11 NAT. Detroit Philadelphia 1 12 .m 'hlcago 22 1 Boston 17 14 SBTPhllndelphia 15 14 .517i New York. .17 13 .MSCinclnnatl ..17 1 .4W; fit. Iyvjls....16 17 .MNew York... 14 IS .41! Chicago ....15 17 .IfiSBrooklyn ....13 17 .431 Cleveland . .14 19 ,4:'48t. Louis ...IS 20 .4-11, Washington 22 .Stofloston 11 21 .344' GAMES TODAY. Westurn leni'je Omaha at Sen City; Lincoln at Dcs Moines. Nntlonal league: Brooklyn at Boston; Philadelphia at New York. American league Chicago at Detroit; Clevehind at St. Louis. American association Minneapolis at To ledo; Louisville at Columbus; 8t. Paul at Kansas City; Minneapolis at Milwaukee. by Lower, ; by 8wlft. 4. Left on bases: Omaha. R; ruehlo, 11. Stolen bases: Fisher. Pendry, Franck. Curtlss. MKie, Spencer. Time: 2:25. Umpire: Clark. Attendance, 1.100. ?fntea of the Game. Spencer made another circus catch with one hand which robbed Lower of a hit. Swalm made his error by throwing wild to first In trying to catch Kensel leading off too far. Clark was also present with his little willow and made four hita, one of which waa a triple. Fisher made two singles, a double and a triple In five times up. He also scored three runs and stole a base. Pa has Sanders and Keeley left fresh and fine for Sioux City today. But then the Sioux have been resting for three days. Miller did not know how to act In right field when those hard punches of Welch's and Schlpke's came scooting In his direc tion. Moggie can play most any old place. He has played right and third and second In the three games puehlo has played in Omaha. Swift relieved Galgann Wednesday In the last inning "nd lost the game and Bonno replaced Swift In the last Inning Thursday and lost. Schlpke and Franck had troubles of their own trying to stop some of those liners which the heavy hitting Puebs Insisted on driving In that direction. If Schlpke and F ranck could have stopped those drives in the fourth Inning Pueblo would not have made a score off Ijower after he went Into the game. t . y THOMPSON CATGUT EVERYTHING Bnhannon Had Fine J'npport from His Catcher, and Won. DE8 MOINES, May 27. (Special Tele gram.) The Denver battery. Bohannon and Thompson, proved to be too much for Des Molnea today. Big Pat was hit fairly often, but what men didn't die In double plays were thrown out at second by Thompson, who caught like a Kllng. Miller waa not In form, being wild an deaslly hit. Hlersdor fer was good, hut Bader misjudged two flies In the ninth, which with Infield outs gave Denver two scores. Ths batting and fielding of Nlehoff waa again a feature of the game. Score: DES MOINES A B. It. H. 0 0 O. t 1 2 12 0 1 4 4 0 1 A. 4 0 0 0 0 6 0 i i 0 Colllgan. sa... Bader. cf Mattick, cf.... Dwyer, lb Dalton, rf Nlehoff, 3b.... Gllmartln. 2b. , Heckluger, c. Miller, p Biersdorfer, p Mcrtena Totals 4 . 4 . 4 . 4 o '. 2 . 3 . 1 ". i .30 1 8 27 14 Batted for Gllmartln In ninth DENVER . AB. C.issldy. rf 4 Junes, cf fi R. H. O. A. E. 12 10 0 1 2 4 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 2 II 0 0 0 0 6 v S 0 0 0 2 1 0 1 2 2 2 01 i i a s a i 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 j 4 10 27 16 01 ! Beiden. If 1 Lindsay, lb 3 Mnag, 2b 3 Kelley, 3b 4 Hartman, as 4 Thompson, c 8 Bohannon, p... 4 Staukard 1 Totals 35 aBtted for Caesldy In ninth. Dea Moines 0 1 0 0 0 Denver 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01 0 24 r wo-base hits: Mnttlok niin.,.. j Thompson. Three. base hit: Nlehoff. Base "ii dhiis: ay Miller, 1; by Bleradorfer, 2 Hil by pitched ball: By Miller. Hits: Off Miller, a In three Innings; off Blersdorfr-r 4 in six innings. Wild pitch: Miller. Struck out: By Miller. 1; by Blersdorter. 3; by Bohannon. 3. Stolen bases: Jones, Beldan, Lindsay, Cassldy. Double plays: Maag to Hartman. Bohannon to Hartman to Llnd ?.yL Biersdorfer to Dwyer. Sacrifice hits Mfhoff. Lindsay. Time: 1:65. Umpire: Has kell. Attendance, (K0. IZZIEM WI TWEI,VE.SIV GAME (ireraharkera' Chanee In "polled l,y lierlalon, Mnth LNCOLN May 27.-The Greenbackers could not break the hoodo today ana to the Wichita lxzlea. by a 4 to 3 score. Lincoln should have won In nine innings, bu I rrpire Wheeler ruled that Gagnier failed to touch the home plate in the fourth Inning and called him out. Wheeler's de cree stopped a batting rally and put the Oreenhackers mt of the running. Hits bv Pennel Holland and Westerxll permitted Wichita to tie the score In the ninth and safe onfs by Pettlgrew, Aitchlson and Cole drove in the winning run in the twelfth l-oxs leap Into the air for a line drive ending in a double play was the fielding feature Score: , LINCOLN. AB. R H. 0 0 o s 1 1 16 3 4 4 0 1 36 O. 4 1 3 2 7 2 1 3 6 5 2 36 Fox. 20 Waldron. rf.... Jude. If Thomas, lb... Davidson, if... liagnler. ss Sullivan, c Ptitrhett. Sb... Nagle. p Karsten. p Totals ... 4 39 3 WICHITA. AB. R. 10 H. 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 I I 1 I 10 A. 2 3 6 0 2 0 0 5 0 3 t Cole, rf Anderson, ss.. Hughes. 2b.... Penned. 1Mb. Holland, lb.... 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 ... ... ... 4 ... 0 ... 1 ... 3 Roberts, lb Middleion. If.. Westerxil. 3b. Pettlgrew, cf 3 Weaver, c... AiU'htson, p. Totals 41 Penneil out for interfereni e. Lincoln 00010101000 0 I Wichita 00002000100 14 Two-bane hits: Jude. Thomas. Gagnier. Cole. Double play: Cole to eW'aver; Fox to Uagnler. Stolen base; Davidson. Pen neil. Pettlgrew. Sacrifice hil: Waldron t-'l. laldsun. Gagnier. Pettlgrew tji, Ail chlson. Base on balls: tiff Nagle, 4; off Karsten. 1; off Aliehlson. g. Struck out: By Nagle. 3. by Altihiw.n. 2. Left on banes: Linioln. 14, Wiihita. 9. Time: 2 30. Umpire: Wheeler. Attendance: 1.200. Y. M. . A. W laa liana. BEATRICE. Neb.. May 27. i Special ) The Young Men's Christian Association ball team in tne city league which Is In the lead for the pennant last evening de feated Harden's Hatteta In a fine contest by the score of 4 to 2. Miller, who twirl, il for the Christians, held hi opponents to una hit. The score: R. H. E. Y. M. C. A 4 4 Harden s Hatters 2 1 ti Brftterla. Y. M. C A.: Miller and Dnbbs; Harden a Hatters: Dearing and Fnlden. Itaa IHatt Oat Drake. IOWA CITY. la . Mav V .-(Special Tele-;ram.;-Iowa, 1, I'rakt, 0 PIRATES SHUT OUT BOSTON Pittsburg Win- Tourth Successive Game Throug:h Heavy Hitting. BARBEAU PUT OUT OF GROUNDS Third Baseman la Ejected for nunat Ing a Decision Other .National l.eaame Games Postponed on Arronnt of Rain, BOSTON, May 27. Heavy hitting In the sixth and the seventh Innings gave Pitta burg Its fourth successive victory over Boston today, 7 to 0, the game being played In a drizxling rain. But beau w as ejected from the grounds for disputing a decision. Score: PITTSBl RO. B.H.O.A.E nosTox B.H.O.A.E. Rtrhesu. 3b. . 4 W Miller, rt. 1 t.erh. rf-3b.. 4 ( lark. It 4 Wig ner, n . . 4 Abnteln, Ih. .. 4 J Minor Sb. t Wllnon. rf.... 4 oihrm, e I Wllln, p 4 dPitn. It... 1 I 0 Ostein, lb 1 A Swener. Sb. 0 ennaumont, cf. 1 0 Berk, i f 1 OSiarr. lb 4 OPahlen, 1 0nrlir. rf 1 ftGraham. c I SUndaman. p. 4 0 13 4 1 I 1 1 1 3 1 4 1 4 2 1 0 4 0 Toult 3411) 27 11 0 Totala 12 mil I Pittsburg 0 0 0 0 0 3 4 0 07 Boston 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 Two-base hits: Barheau. Leach (2). Stolen bases: Dahlcn. Wagner, Becker (2). Douhle play: Graham and Starr. Left on bases: Pl'tsburg, '.; Boston. 9. Base on balls: Off Llndaman. 6: off Willis, 4. Base on 1; by Llndaman. 2. Time: 1:43. Umpires: Rlgler and Truby. Games Postponed. At Brooklyn Chicago-Brooklyn game postponed; rain. At Philadelphia Cincinnati-Philadelphia game postponed; rain. At N.iw York New York-St. Louis game postponed; rain. GAMES IX AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Milwaukee and Minneapolis Break Even In Doable-Header. MILWAUKEE, May 27. -Mil waukee and Minneapolis split even in a double-header here this afternoon, the visitors winning the first. 2 to 0. and the home club cap turing the second, 6 to 1. Score, first game: MINNEAPOLIS. MILWAl'KEK. B.H.O.A.K. B.H.O.A.E. o?lr. m . Chimin, rt. Powna, 2b. O'Neill, cf. 4 0 0 5 1 Riiblnmn. aa. 4 0 3 6 0 1 1 0 1 4 3 110 0 Tarry, rr .3 0 1 9 0 lMrOnrm k. Jb 4 0 4 1 0 O Randall, cf... 8 0 10 0 OCIark. 3h 3110 0 Dougherty, If 3 0 1 0 0 0 Hnntettar. C . I 0 4 1 0 vMoran, lb. ... S 1 14 1 0 Otll, lb 4 1 13 1 Kdmn'daon, If I 1 10 rolllna, 8b. .. 4 1 0 t Plnck. c 3 0 4 if raiteraon, p.. 1 1 1 OPapa. p. .2 0 0 1 S Totala 31 Milwaukee . Minneapolis 7 27 1 t Totala 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ,0 .27 1 27 14 0 0 0 0 0-0 002 a-2 Two-base hits: Edmondsorf, Downs. Sac rifice hits: Qulllln. Edmondson. Double plays: Robinson to McCormick to Moran, Collins to Downs to Gill. Left on bases: Milwaukee. 4; Minneapolis. 8. First bane on balls: Off Pape, 3; off Patterson, 3. Struck out: By Pape, 2, by Patterson. 3. Passed balls: Hostetter. 2. Xlme: Umpires: Eckman and King. Score, second game: MILWAUKEE. MINNEAPOLIS. B.H.O.A.E. B.H.O.A.E. Rablnaon. as. 4 Barry, rf 1 McCorm'k. lb 4 Randall, cf... 1 Clark. 3b 3 rolllna. rf ... 3 Hwiutar, rf.. 4 Moran, lb ... 4 Srhnclbsrg, p 4 2 lOyler. aa 4 0 fiQulllln. rf... 4 3 ODnwna, 2b.... 4 1 ot'clllni, 3b... 3 1 1 0'Nalll. cf... 3 0 0 Ot II. lb 4 1 0 Eilmn'daon. If 4 0 0 Block, c 4 0 OCataa, p. .. 3 Totala 31 I 17 1 Totala 31 E 54 12 1 Milwaukee 20001020 5 Minneapolis 00000100 01 Two-base hit: Robinson. Sacrifice hits: Barry, Clark. Stolen bases: P.obinson, Randall. Left on bases: Milwaukee, 8; Minneapolis, 8. First base pn balls: Off Schneiberg," 3; off Cates, 4.' Passed ball: Block. Time: 1:45. Umpires: Eckman and King. Botchers and faints Divide. KANSAS CITY, Mo., May 27.-Kansas City and St. Paul divided honors today in a double-header, the locals losing the first game, 3 to u. and winning the second, 3 to 2. Score, first game: BT. PAt'L. KANSAS CITY. B.H.O.A.E. B.H.O.A.E. Davit, cf 0 1 0 0 Shannon, cf.. 6 1 0 Wrtgley. 2b.. i Flynn. lb i Armh'atar, rt 3 Perrtne, aa... 1 Hov. if 4 C.ockman, 3b. 4 Cartarh, c 4 Leroy, p 5 4 1 Berkley, lb.. 8 0 1 1 1 3 12 3 1 0 t 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 Love, aa 3 (' Hailing. 3b .. 1 1 Oraahear. 2b. 3 orarllale, It.. OHallman, rt. OBulllvan. e.. Brady, p Wright ..37 11 27 14 tBolea p... Totala... Totala 30 4 27 11 3 Batted for Wright In ninth. Kansas City 0 1 0 0-0 2 0 0 03 St. Paul 1 1 4 2 0 1 0 0 0 U Hits: Off Brady, 7 In three Innings; off Wright, 6 In six Innings. Two-base hits: Cockman. Wrigley, Flynn. Left on bases: Kansas City. t; Kt. Paul, 9. Homo run: Carlisle. Sacrifice hits: Perrine (21, Carlisle. Sacrifice fly: Sullivan. Hoey. Stolen bases: Davis, Flynn, Armbrusivr, Cockman t2). Carlsch. Double plays: Sullivan to Brashear Struck out: By Wright, 2; by Leroy, 4. First on errors: Kansas City, 1; St. Paul, 3. Base on halls: Off Brady, 3; off Wright. 4; off Lerov, 6. Hit by pitched ball: B Wright, 1. Time: 2:05. Umpire: Owens. Score, second game: KANSAS TITY. ST. PAt'L. B.H.O.A.E. B.H.O.A.K Shannon, cf. . 4 1 S 0 ODavla. rf 4 0 3 0 0 10 0 Wrigley, cf. . t 0 2 4 0 t a I Flynn, lb ... 3 1 1 0 0 1 0 nArmb'attr, rf 3 1 1 0 1 2 I Perrine. aa... 2 0 1 1 1 0 OHoer. f 4 1 1 0 0 4 1 Oi orkman. 3b.. 4 12 10 3 V OYeagar. c ... 3 1 0 11 I 1 Gehrlng. p .. 8 0 0 1 0 Hall, s 1 0 0 0 O Berkley, lb.. 4 0 bote, aa I 1 Helling. 3b... 3 0 Braahaar. 2b. 3 1 (arliala. If... t 1 Hallman. rf . 3 1 R It far, c 4 1 Flaherty, p.. 1 V Totala. 27 11 3'.arlfih ....0 0 0 0 0 Totala 32 I 24 14 1 Batted for Yeager In ninth. Kansas City 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 3 St. Paul 02000000 0-2 Hits: Off Gehrlng. 6 In six innings; off Hall. 3 In two Innings. Three-base hit: Carlisle. . Left on bases: Kansas City, 9; St. Paul, 8. Sacrlfi'-e hits: Armbruster, Yeager, Stolen bases: Love, Carlisle. I inutile plays: Hallman to Bitter; Perrine, I Wrigley to Flynn: Perrine to Wrigley. Struck out: By Gehrlng. 1; by Hall. 2. First on errors: Kansas City. 1; St. Paul. 3. Bases on balls: Off Flaherty, 4: off Gehrlng. . Wild pitch: Flaherty. Time: 1:45. Umpire: Owens. t'olamhua Wins from l.onlavlllr. COLUMBUS, May 27. Columbus won from Louisville, by a score of 4 to 3 today. Score: COLI'MBIS. B.H.O.A.E. LOflSVIM.E. B.H.O.A.E. Clarke. If.... 2 2 1 OPunleav cf. 2 1 5 1 Morlarlty. aa. 6 1 4 1 Woutlra... :t.l 1 ) 1 I Olletehanty. If. 3 1 4 0 0 0 noiaon, 2b 1 I 4 u V OLandreth. il, II t i 4 UOuinUn. ta. . 3 1 . 1 0 t OSulltran, lb . 5 1 !4 1 a 1 0 1'eita. c 4 1 i 1 1 1 OHalla. Pi ... 14 0 4 0 0 U 1 a Totala 43 fii 11 1 0 Kruaer. cf... 4 2 1 11 1 I 1 4 I 3 0 0 0 0 (I 0 Ccngalton. rf b Odsall, lb.... i Jamea. c I O'Kourke, 2b. 4 Frlel. 3b Nelaoli, p. . . . 3 Good In. p. .. 0 Linka. p 3 Fhravk 0 Totala 2 in;: 1 Batted for Nelson In seventh. Winning run score with nine out. Columbus 000010200000 14 Louisville 100001001000 03 Stolen base: Olson. Sacrifice hit: Mortality. Sacrifice files: Schreck, Dele hantv. Base on balls: Off Nelson, 3; off (ioodwin. 2; off Llnke. 1; off Halla, 3. Two base hit: James. Three-base hit: Clarke. Hit by pitched ball: By Nelaon iLandreth and Lelt. Struck out: By Llnke, 1: by Halla. 1. Passed balls: Pelts 2i. Hlta: Off Goodwin 3 In one-third Inning; off Llnke, 4 in four and one-third innings. Time; J:17. Umpire: Canshan. bam Poatpoatd, At Toledo Toledo-lndlanapolia game post poned ; ram. Shelby Beats Friend. SHELBY. Neb.. May 17. (Special ) The Snelby ball club won from the Friend, Neb., team by a score of 2 Ut 1. Batteries. Friend: Simpson and McDonald; Shelby: McBrlh brothers. The home team did not need the last half of the ninth Inning. Two Oanaea at Vinton! street Hark. BaWer Bros, play the Signal Corps nine from Fort Omaha out al Vinton sired afternoon. The game will p. m. A second game will ;4fi. between the CrelgHtor nln and the To wnsend Gun company teai Lineup: "sWcr Bros. Falconer a Mean Pruggeman Haker Ouren Oillham Baker Qulgley McAndrewa Brugareman Falconer Position. ..Center , . Second .First ,. Right ,. rird .. Short ,. Left ,..."atch ..Pitch ..Pitch ..Pitch Soldle Bre 1 ... Clark Plncox .. Stlder . McGee . Nipper Terklns Shearer . MeC.eo ... Wells .... Cars GAME IX THE A MERIC AS t.K Anl'K thlcaao and Mem York Play at Ten laalng Tie. CHICAGO, Mav 17,-Chleago and New York played a tie ten-Inning game todav. the score being 2 to 2 when the game was called at f o'clock to allow the New York players time to catch a train for Wash ington. New York pounded Smith hard, but the hits were kept well scattered, ex cept In the sixth Inning, when the visitors made their two runs. Score: THICAIO. NEW YORK B.H.O.A.E. B.H.O.A.E. Wahn. rf 4 13 0 orree. If 3 13 10 Vlhite. cf 1 0 l 0 oHemDhltl. cf. 4 2 I Dougherty. If 3 1 0 ochaas. lb 3 I 11 .1.1 . . . ... . . A . 1 A Altlaer. lh Purteil, 3b. Parant. aa.. Ata. :b Pairta. lb .. ulllvan. c. Welday ... mlth. p '. 4 J O 4 0 riherfel. 3b. 5 1 1 0 .4111 OKnlaht, 2b... 41140 1 1 0 10 au.nn. aa 4 1 1 1 10 10 Auat n. aa ... f .111 nHlatr. c 4 1 S 1 1 . 1 0 OW'arhop. p....! 0 0 i 1 .10000 - .4 0 3 3 0 Totala 37 10 80 1 i Totala 31 tr 11 0 Hemphill out. hit bv batted ball. Batted for Sullivan In the tenth. Chicago ....0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0-2 New York 0 00002000 01 Three-base hit: Austin. Sacrifice hlta: Hemphill, White (2). Warhop, Altlzer. Stolen bases: Cree. Hemphill (21. Chase (21, Davis. Knight. Austin. left on bases: Chicago. 8; New York .9. Base on balls: Off Smith, 2; off Warhop, 3. Struck out: By Smith, 7; by Warhop. 2. Passed ball: Sullivan. Wild pitch: Smith. Time 2;0J. Umpires: O'Loughlin and Perrine. Browns Easy for Naps. 8T. LOUIS. May 27. Cleveland won easily from St. Louis today by a score of S to 2. Joss pitched a good game, while Pelly was hit safely thirteen times. Goods wss the star of the game, getting three hits In five times at bat and scoring two runs. Score: ST. LOI'IS. CLEVELAND. B.H.O.A.K. B.H.O.A.E. Hartwll, rf.. 4 1 1 3 OOooda. rf t 3 0 0 0 Orlgga, If 4 ISO ft Bradley, .lb . a 2 o 1 0 Feme, 3b. ... 4 Wallace, ea. . 4 1 2 a 3 Turner, sa.... 12 4 OLninle. 2h.... 4 0 1 3 n Htnrhman. cf 4 3 4 0 13 3 1 Wllliama, lb. 4 0 1 10 0 0 Jonea. lb 3 1 12 3 OStoyall. lb... 2 0 1 0 0 MrAleoe, cf. 2 0 I 0 OEaaterly. c... 4 2 I i 0 Stephana, c. 2 13 Ol.ord, If 12 0 0 8 0 1 1 Joas. p 3 1 0 1 0 Pelty, p. Totala 31 717213 Totals 3 IS 17 12 1 Cleveland 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 2 08 St. Louis 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0-2 Three-base hit: Goode. Sacrifice hits: McAleese, Joss, Stovall. Double plays: Williams to Wallace to Jones; Easterly to Turner; Bradlev to Lalole to Stovall. Stolen base: Iord. Wild pitch: Joss. Base on balls: Off Pelty, 2. Struck out: By Joss. 2; by Peltv. 1. ' Left on bases: St. Louis, 3: Cleveland. 8. Time: 1:48. Umpires: Connelly and Egan. Game Postponed. At Detroit Boston-Detroit game post poned; rain. DOUBLE-HEADER FOR SATURDAY Amatenr Teams Will Plar at Vinton Street Park. In the absence'of the Rourke family two games of amateur ball are scheduled for Vinton park for Saturday afternoon, the first at 2 o'clock between Baker Brothers and the Fort Omaha Signal corps teams and the second game between Crelghton college and the Townsends. The Townsends have been playing some fast ball this spring, having won from the Ideal Hustlers 10-6. from Fremont 7-3 and from Fort Crook 2-1. Crelghton also has .made a good record, as the following will show: Crelghton . Bellevu? 1. Crelghton 10. Nebraska Deaf Institute 4. Crelghton . Baker Brothers 4. Crelghton 15, Fort Crook 7. Creighton 8, Union Pacific Shops 4. Crelghton 8. Fort Omaha 7. Creiglilon 4. Happy Hollow 7. Crelghton $. Alumni- 3. t The lineup for the big game Is: Crelghton. Position. 1 Townsends. Russum Catcher Spellman Lanlgan Pitcher Matthews Lotx Pitcher ... Young Cuddlhy Pitcher Croxa DoURherty First base Callahan John Kelley Second base Hall James F. Kelley. Shortstop Eastman P. Kelley Third base Durkee Htonek Left field Biglow Murray Center field Oulclev Sullivan Right field .Mullen BEI.DE IS SOLD TO WATERLOO Will Be Sncreeded la Center Field hr Little Pendry. rjltl n.u . . .. . . . . it 1 1 nnuni, vomer iieioer 01 ine omana team, has been sold to Waterloo, la., and . v.111 urmiier piwy in ine center garden. Pendry has been hitting so well ...... u,m uibi iwume um IIOV aim 10 1 1 . L' A Ulm . L. I, 1 n ...r. ,i,i,i Hum Liin iiueup. bo w urn ccntpae was secured to play third It. waa decided to f " fmnrA .-. . in I. i I..1J . , . j . . 1 j in me ifuiuriu. ne iis.b oeen nrftlitlnlnCT I l.n 1 n ...... I . , mat iuni nun every morning since that time and has nlaved In n game. Pa figures that he still has a util ity man. as Pendrv mav be nulled In in May an Infield position when needed and , ....iriiun n, nim in mum; Over .rtUU anO. can play an outfield position well, may be nut In w& i .4 f... .1, l.l. UUIllCIUi Nearard Wins from Friend. SEWARD, Neb.. May 27. (Special Tele gram.! In a fast and exciting game of ball played her. today Seward won from Friend by bunching - its hlta. Score bv Innings: Sewatd r 2 0 0 0 0 2 1 06 Prlend 0 0200100 6-3 Batteries: Seward. Trlmbel and Ling; Friend, Bogatts and McDonald. Hits: Seward 9, Friend 3. Base on balls: otf Trlmbel. 4; Bogatts. 1. Struck out: by Trlmbel, 4; Pigatts, 4. Umpire: Weaver. Stewart threw 3 balls for Trlmbel in the ninth inning, retiring the side. The same teams play tomorrow. Seward' haa open dates from May !9 to June 8. Anyone wanting games, call up F. A. Woods, Man ager. Seward, Neb. Grand Island, H Gibbon, O. GIBBON. Neb.. May 27. -(Special.) Tho Grand Island Business college shut out the Gibbon team here 6 to 0. Ford, the Grand Islam twlrler. was Invincible, allowing but two scratch hits nnd his teammates played errorless ball behind him. Murphv. Kearney Normal's star twlrler. pitched for the locals, and was bjmped for twelve hits, aiming them a double and a clean home run. Gibbon's umpire was honest. Score by innings: R II E Grand Island...1' 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 12 0 Gibbon 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 3 3 Batteries: Ford and Sinn. Murphy and Mercer. Struck out: bv Ford. 3; by Murphy, 7. Home run: Harper. Inborn Defeat Atrhlejoa. AUBURN. Neb.. May 27.--tSneeliil Tele gram. I A uburn buaebull team defeated the Atchbrn, Kan., team here today by n acore of 7 to 0. This was one of the fastest games that has been played on the local diamond thlH year. No score was made by either side until the last half of the sev enth Inning, when Auburn commenced to get some good bits and run In five scores before nuitllng. On the last half of tho eighth tliey made the other two scores. Ancther game is played here between the fime teams tomorrow. Fori Itmana Defeats Fort Crook. Thursday afternoon by a score of 10 to 2. Si ore: Signal Corps 0 0 5 1 0 2 2 10 Fort Crook 0 1 0 1 0 6 0 07 Sherer. Batteries: McGee. Wells and Sherer; Smith and New some. Time: 1:40. Umpire: Halbe. Indiana W.n Aetata. BEAVER CITY, Neb.. May 27. i8pecial Telegram. The Beaver City boys crawled up a few points on the Oxford Indians in the game today, the score being to 6 in favor r f the braves. Thousand at Track Meet. HURON, 8. D., May 27. (Special Tele gram. I A thousand student afrom seven collegea were here today witnessing the inter-collegiat track mt and oratorical contest. All preliminary sprints left Row lev rf Huron. Thatkabery of Vermillion arid Sheeta of Mitchell, leading men. The high Jjmp was won by Norgren of Ver million, who beat the state record half an inch. Huntimer of Brookings won the park Saturday be railed at 2 be called at 2 mile dash In 442V with Sperb and Sexaur close. MOTORCYCLE RaCES AT THE LAKE arae trranged at Conrtlnnd Beach for Deeoratlon Day. Mntorcvrle races have been arranged for Decoration day by the Omaha Motorcycle Racing club, the races to be run on the new I'ojrtland Beach half mile race track. This will be the first motorcycle racing of the season and the races will be mjch more Interesting than the former straight away races held on the Dodge street rourse. The track Is In good condition and will offer an opportunity to turn the wheels loose and see what they can do. Considerable rivalry has been worked up between the different owners and dealers of Omaha and some hot races are looked for. Everybody is invited to attend and the admission will be free. The events on the card are: First Race Two miles, for 2 to 2H horsepower engines. Second Race Five miles, for i to 4 horse power engines. Free for all. Third Race Five miles, for 3 to 4 horse power, belt driven wheels. Fourth Race Five miles. J to 4 horse power, chain driven wheel. Fifth Race Ten miles. Free for all. Sixth Race Five miles, twin cylinder wheels. Royal Stakes Handleap. EPSOM, May 27. The Royal stakes handicap of 1.000 sovereigns, for S-year-olds and upward, distance six furlongs, was run here today and won by Hallatlon. Poor Boy was second and Raeberry third. Among the eleven starters was H. I. Whitney's Delirium. The Coronation cup. value 200 sovereigns and 1.000 sovereigns for the winner, added to a sweepstakes of 20 sovereigns each, over the Derby course, about mile and a half, waa won by J. B. Joel's Dean Swift. W. H. Walker's White Eagle was second and L. De Rothschild's Santo Strato third. Six horses ran. August Belmont's Fair Flay II failed to get a place. There was much disappointment that neither of J R. Keene's American cracks. Ballot and Colin, both of which were eli gible, started. . Bnrnsm Loses Ont. The three golfers have played off for tl. eighth place In the qualification round for the Hayjen cup at the Happy Hollow club and City Attorney Burnam lost out with the following score: Gross Handicap Net. W. K. Shafer 112 scratch 112 F. Z. Nordstrom 122 114 H. E. Burnam 139 24 115 In the drawings for the play-off W. E. Shepherd 1M plays W. B. T Belt (17). J. R. Morris (18 o!a s W. E. Shnfer scratch, R. W. Hay-ward (3l plays E. E. Kimherly M. and A. G. Elllck (8) playa E. A. Nordstrom Owners' Race xt Tnriday, , The owners' endurance race for auto mobiles scheduled for Tuesday and post poned because of rain, will be run next Tuesday over the same rourse as planned before. All the same conditions of the race will obtain. Members of the Omaha Automobile club, who have planned for a pirnlc on that day, will not again pack their baskets for next Tuesday. Many planned to go to some point on the cnurse in advance of the racers to watch them pass. Interest In the race was increased by the entry of a woman driver. Stors Gives Lovlngr Cnp. Arthur Stors has given an Immense sliver loving) -rup for the tennis men at the Omaha Field club to play for In singles. The cup will go to the best handicap tennis player at the club. A tournament will be played In June and another In July and the winners of each month will 'hen play o'f for the cup. It Is quite uuumuiI for such a beautiful cup to be given for one season'. play and the prlxe has aroused considerable Interest In tennis at the Omaha Field cl.ib. Misses Harler nnd Adams Win. WATERTOWN. Mass . May 27. Miss Kate C. Harley of Fall River, the national champion, and Miss Mary B. Adams of Wollaston, won their matches today In the semi-finals of the Boston women's golf championship on the Oakley Country club links without difficulty. They will contest In the finals tomorrow. Rlakely Captains Missouri. COLUMBIA, Mo.. May 27 (Special Tele gram.) R. M. Blakely, the Tiger third baseman of Fort Smith, Ark., was last night elected captain of the Missouri uni versity base ball team for next year. He Is a sophomore medic and lea dthe varsity In run getting this year, besides being cap tain of last year's freshmen squad. Diplomats at Wrlaiht Celebration. DAYTON. O.. May 27 Congressman James O. Cox todav forwarded to the en tire diplomatic corps at Washington Invi tations to be present at the Wright broth ers' celebration, which occurs In this city June 17 and 13. Stanley Ketchel American. A subscriber writes to ask If Stanle" Ketchel Is not of Polish descent and if not "what Is he?" Ketchel was born In Grand Rapids, Mich., and Is of American nationality. Dnrven'a Horse Wlna. PARIS, May 27.-The Prix Vllle D'Avray, at Longchamps today, was won by H. B. Buryea's Wanda III. Gossip of the Sports. Cleveland won a game with a lilt from the mighty Lajoie. With that ominous name, Galgano ought to win every game. We trust our Rourkes will be" able to maintain this gait on the road. Rube Waddel didn't do much to BoBton Just shut 'em out with four hits. Thus far Mr. McGraw has not had a vast amount of need for Mr. Merkle. Swift was not swift enough to head off the vortex of that storm Wednesday. With pitchers working like Omaha's and such a team behind them, any team that wins will be entitled to. Hollenbeck goes In to bat for Johns and gets a hit. then Kelley goes in to run for Holly and scores. That's working it. Manager Jones of Denver showed his nerve anyway when he went In to pitch that game at Des Moines, but he didn't show much else. Cincinnati haa not made a had showing on this eastern trip. The Reds are fighting hard this year, but not quite hard enough thus far to be contenders. After spending all that lfi.500 for good timber Denver still Is not in the running, tiot yet. Wichita won another game, but then that was from Lincoln. Omaha will tackle the two tough proposi tions i.l (he leaarue in Ties Moines and ! Sioux City and tho worst of It Is they must beard the lions In their own dens. The Cubs certainly have the least re spect for greatness of any bunch of play ers. They go right along winning Just as if there wasn't such a person as John Kllng. Lincoln probably would have been better off If It got rid of that fellow Bonno long ego. He's about as worthless a proposi tion as there Is in the league, for the sim ple reason he can't govern himself. While Tom Jenkins has thrown Gotch twice, It was before Gotch was Gotch Tom Jenkins will have as much chance against Gotch at Des Moines. June 12. as any the rest of them would have. He's been a down-and-outer for many yeara. It will he recalled that Hack made a foot ball of him a year before Gotch humbled the Russian Lion. If Dr. Roller finally goes on the mat In Omaha with Jess Westergaard he will get ithrAwn or have the worst tug-of-war a white man ever had. It Is the popular be lief that either Burns of Bell ran throw Roller any day In the year under fair cir cumstances and that Westergaard. if be cannot do It now. will be able to In a little while. Chances are he ran do It now. FREIGHT FOR THE NEW ROAD Mlleraakee Ready for Shipments as Far ' West aa Alhrrton, Montana. The Milwaukee announces that it Is rudy to receive freight for points as far west as Alberton, Mont., which is west of M,a aoula. The road Is being rapidly extended, and while It Is open all the way through to the coast, the bulldera are not out of the way weat of Alberton and the officials do not propose to let trains Interfere with the hasty building of the road. Quick Action for Your Money You ge! that by ualng Tba Bea advertising columns SLEUTHS UNABLE TO GET ON Officers Shut Out Thui Fir in Game with Bandit. ROBBERS PLAY FAST BALL Detectives Are Dnlag Retire Team Work. Thoaah, and Mas- Get Their Rattlnc Eyes Opened After While. It's a tight game between the Overland Limited train robbers and the officers looking for them. Up to the present ths score stands 9 to 0 In favor of the robbers, and the officers admit they are simply up In the air against the kind of playing these fellows are putting np. Yet the officers are playing better team ball than they did at first and are depending on the inside game to save them. While not a man has as much as mads a hit thus far, thev Insist they will get their eye on the ball directly and clean up the enemy. But If the game were called now the offloers would be shut out. "We haven't a clue that Is worth while." said Captain Savage of the Omaha detec tive force and Captain Dunn of the police force echoed It. "We are almply working away against great odds and hoping to find something." The officers are a determined lot and still Insist the will get their men. There Is a suspicion that they have mora Information than they care to admit and that all the combined forces have agreed upon absolute silence. The postofflre Inspectors continue to be besieged with various clues, anonymous and otherwise, relat'v to the robbery. Noth ing definite has developed that Is regarded by Chief. Inspector Perkins aa of particu lar value, though all clues and Information are investigated. Nothing? In It. An antiquated specimen of an oll-palnted or varnished mail snck was picked up In an out-of-way part of the Union Pacific freight yards Wednesday by some of the Plnkerton men and turned over to the postal authorities. It was not a United States mall sack and . particularly not a registered mall sack, as these sacks are all striped with red. No importance Is attached to It, aa the sack Is supposed to belong to the railroad company. Neither is there any truth In the report that Inquiries are being made from nearby Nebraska points for registered mall sup Your Physical Valuation to the regular sanitary and hvglenlc laws of life and formulate habits and tastes which produce health, strength and vigor-and have .a tendency to make them capable of strenuous and efficient serlce. In every walk of llf. The man who wastes his vitality and impairs his health through any of the many causes to which he may be sub jected, lowers his physical valuation and his earning capacity If he permits the waste to go unchecked, and has. therefore, adopted a suicidal policy; for an evil more destructive than race suicide Is race homi cide. Hs may be compared to the man w-ho keeps checking out money from his bank account, without replenishing It. until It dwindles to nothing and his check is worthless. Men who have digressed from Nature's Immutable law should realise in time that there Is sure to be a reckoning day, and that the magnitude of their loss will then be deplored, and with possibly no chance of retrieving It. This misfortune has fall en like the shades of night over many a man. blotting out his fairest years of hap piness. Men gradually break down from worry, overwork, bereavement. Indiscretions and kindred cause". In al.' the economic walks of life men are overworked, har assed and depressed in the struggle for existence or the accumulation of wealth, as the case may he. They are driven phvslcally and mer.tally at a pressure that must often weaken or Impair the health or terminate In a phys ical or mental breakdown. You may be able to make a horse pull a heavy load today by whipping It, but how about tomorrow? Manv are working beyond their physical endurance, all Impelled by necessity, monetary or other motives. Our business Is to divorce these men from their troubles and re store them to a happy, healthful, vigorous condition and Increase their phys- leal valuation. We place nervous, alllrfg, sickly men in prime physical con dition. Wa treat man on:y, and ear promptly, lately and thoroughly, by the latest and best methods, BatO-tCnTITIS. OATAftMtat. BraBTOTSB DSBTXITY, ' BLOOD POIIOX, BKUT BIBHAMI, KUDU XT AMD B LA DDE at BISBagBS. and all Special Diseases and their complications In tba shortest tlma possible and at tha lowast cost for sklUfal service sad successful trsattnsat. Conaultatlstn and Examination, STATE MEDICAL INSTITUTE 1308 Farnam St., Between 13th and 14tb Sts., Omaha, Neb Not "Too r "Why do you not advertise to the Consumer through daily newspapers! That question put to almost any manufacturer who has not tried it will frequently be met with the statement that "it '6 too expensive." This idea is incorrec. Why not try it? A campaign through auxiliary work planned for you by us, will sell more goods for general consumption than can possibly be sold in any other way. Tell us the places where you know your distri bution is complete and yet where the goods are not moving as they should. Try the effect of newspaper space in selling a particular article in any one city. If your goods are of general consumption and you have never tried such a newspaper campaign, why not test it for results! Informtlon and tugrestioni may bs bad from THE DAILY NEWSPAPER CLUB 903 World Building, New York City. posed to have been lost In the Overktno robbery, for no Nebia-aka mall waa lost tn the robbery, the lima'ha registered pouch hating arrived In safety. None of the open pouches wss molested by the robbers, us they knew exactly what t;iey wanted and aim knew that the registered mall sacks are so marked thai no trouble could be had In Identifying them or picking them out. The clue of the Twenty-fifth avenue va cant house Is still being worked upon, but nothing new has developed regarding It which the officers will give out. WOULD BAR TOBACCO COUPONS Senator Beverldae latrodares Amend meat to Tariff Bill to Do Away with Premlnma. WASHINGTON, May 27 Senator Bever ldge today introduced an amendment to tha tariff bill, the puipoae of which is to pro hibit tobacco manufacturers or dealers from ualng coupon or premium system to stimulate sales. If you desl.-e a clear complexion take Foley s Orlno Laxative for constipation and liver trouble, ss It will stimulate these organs snd thoroughly cleans) .your sys tem, which Is what every ona needs in the spring In order to feel well. For sal by all druggists. WESTOSf ARHIVK IN DENVER Veteran Walker Average! 40 Mllaa Day for 41 3 Day a. DENVER. May 27. Sixty-three davs out of New York. Edward Pavson Weston, the veteran pedestrian, arrived in Denver at :4ft this morning. having covered 2.479 miles of his Journey from ooast to coast. He says he Is two and a half days ahead of his schedule. Weston expects to spend tonight at Brighton, twenty miles north of Denver. Gntrh and Jenkins Matched. DES MOINES, May 2;.-Artlrles were signed today for a finish wrestling match between Champion Frank Gotch and Tom Jenkins, wrestling Instructor st West Point. The match will take place at the stock pavllllon, at the fair grounds. Drs Moines. June 12. It will be the fifth bout between the Champion and Jenkins, each having won two.. Gotch Thrown Two Men. SIOUX CITY, la.,' May 27.-Champlon Wrestler Frank Gotch won hia bout at tho opera house here tonight by agreeing to throw Oscar Wasem, the Nebraska premier, and Kubalk, the Bohemian giant, three times. He won two bouts from Wasem and one from Kubalk in forty minutes. Bonno Traded for Jamea. LINCOLN. May 27 Lincoln today an nounced that Gus Bonno. an Italian and star pitcher in the Western league last season, had been traded to Pueblo fo Jsmes. a southpaw. Bonno wss a holdout early this spring and . did not report until after the season had started. is It at a premium, at par or at a discount? A man's health la physlcallv his greatest asset, and every man should as pire to prevent any deterioration. His physical valuation should never be allowed to fall below par, aa In moat instances it Is a prime necessity, a most valuable asset, and paramount tn anvthinflr he can possess. Men should adhere m,r ,H r'Ui .''?!" rVI B ?' '1 i.r" - - Office Hours: 1:00 a. m. to :00 p. m f;;,!0 t0 1 only- " c"no, Expensive newspapers, with all the a