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TTTE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, 1009.
Omaha Loses to Lincoln; Pirates Defeat Quakers in Ninth Inning" LINCOLN AT HOME IN WATER Plajriup en Damp Grounds, Honrket Lom Game 8 to. 1. , , , . ALMOST SHUTOUT. ; LUCK SO BAD BatU R1M Aroi, Slid Tkraitk, Cot Caaght In Air and Did Other Stunts Wtta ' Omahaas Handled Them. Omaha, 1; Lincoln, 8. Omaha barely escaped a shut out at the hands of Schoolmaster Jones out on , fa's lot Tuesday, while on the other hand the Prohibitionists pounded. John . Lower all over the lot for twelve hit, which coupled with live bases on balls and three errors, netted elgbt runs. ! TUe only run Omaha made was earned by a two-sacker by Kane and lone flies by Schlpke and Pendry to Davidson. ' When Pa announced .that Lower was to pitch, the wise fans took It for grantod that another game was stored away In Pa's vest pocket, but they reckoned with out considering the luck of base ball or Johnny Jones. Everything contrived to beat the Rourke tribe and nothing went right. Waldron hit the first ball pitched and King let It glide gracefully between his legs and that was the start of the trouble. Davidson fell down on an attempt at sac rifice and then Lower hit Jude and passed Thomas. Oagnler hit to Lower, who held Dave on third for a moment and then sub dued Gsg at first, but Dave scooted for home and the ump said he was safe. The third was the really bad lnnlnc of the game, for In that Inning Skipper Bill had his only fielding chance In the game and he signalised the event by making a three-base throw, which allowed two runners to cross the plate. Davidson had opened with a long two-base fly to right, which was out of Welch's reach. Jude hit to the pitcher and Dave went to third. Thomas singled and Davidson scored. Oagnler singled and went to second on the throw to oateh Thomas scooting for third. Then came the Skippers famous throw. Sullivan bunted one In his direction and Bchlpke made a neat, one-handed pick-up and then threw the ball away, while Thomas and Oagnler crossed the plate and Sullivan went to third. Scrappy Mason struck out and Prltchett hit a double down the first base line, which scored Sullivan. Foi Was Oat, Too. Lincoln presented a changed lineup. Cap tain Fox Is still out of the game with a bad leg from being hit by a pllcned ball Sunday. Thomas was moved to second and Sullivan played first, while Mason, the University of Illinois catcher whom George Huff sent to Green, caught. The change worked well, for not an error was made by the Lincoln team and every man on the team but Scrappy Mason got a hit. With Omaha still drawing goose eggs the Problhltlonlsta made another In the tlxth. Jones drew a pass, was sacrificed :o second by Waldron and came home on Davldsoji'a single. Gagnler scored one In the seventh on a single, a stolen base nd Sullivan' single. In the ninth Thomas opened with a double, was sacrificed to '.hlrd by Oagnler and came home on Sul llvart's sacrifice fly to Pendry. The saving score on the Omaha tally sheet was made 1n the eighth Inning- Kana opened with a two-base drive and was boosted along by long sacrifice hits by Schlpke and Tendry. Des Moines opens here today and Per rlne will he In the lineup for Omaha. The score: OMAHA. AB. R. H. O. A. E. H. i 1 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 1 Fisher. If Klnt;. Ib Welch, rf Kane, lb Schlpke, Sb... Pendry, cf Franck, ss Cadman, c Lower, p Hollenbeck .. 8 0 2 0 3 6 Totals .34 27 17 Batted for Lower In ninth. LINCOLN. ,AB. .....84 R. H. O. A. E. 0 2 3 0 0 2 3 8 0 9 0 100 2 8 3 8 0 3 3 0 1 0 1 1 18 0 0 0 0 8 8 0 0 116 0 110 8 0 "i u H u o Waldron, rf... Davidson, cf.. Jude. If Thomas, Oagnler, 2b. SB. Sullivan, lb. Mason, c J'rltchett, 8b. Jones, p. Totals .... Lower out; hit by batted ball. Omaha Runs 0- 1 ."!!!!!'.!! 3 1 1 1 1 Hits ... . Hits ... 18 1 0 4 0 0 1 1 0 1-8 0 1 4 3 1 3 1 1-12 Two-base hits: Kane, Davidson. Thomas, Prltchett. Base on balls: Oft Lower, 6; off Jones, a. Hit by pitched ball: By Jones, l; by Lower, 1. Struck - out: By Lower, 8; by Jones, 3. Left on bases: Omaha, I; Lin coln. 3. Double plays: Franck to Kan. Ixwer to Franck ' to Kane, Prltchett to Thomas to Sullivan. Sacrifice hits: Pendry, Waldron, Oagnler, Sullivan. Stolen base: Oagnler. Time: 1:60. Umpire: Mullen. At tendance, 400. v Notes of the tlasii, Des Moines today.. 'X And likewise Ntg Perrlne. Three) double plays, two by Omaha' and on by Lincoln, put a little life into the Iray. Lower had Scrappy Mason on his list and struck him out the first tbre times he raced him. : , Umpire Mullen went around with a chip on his shuuirier and nearly had trouble several times, but he pulled through on the top or me neap eaon time. Cadman was hit on his' sore foot bv foul tip, but after limping around for a short time bravely continued the game, although. Pa Rourke wanted him to retire. In the the third Inning with one out. King and Welch singled, but Kane and Schlpke failed to deliver the goods. Kane new out to waldron and Schlpke grounded in riicni. The Lincoln. Mayers were all on their metal and made some phenomenal stops and pickups and catches Both Uagnler and Prltchett uiade some one-hand stops which roiDa tn patter or base hits. Luck was against Omaha during the first part of the game wben a little luck would nave yieiaea some run, in the second Inning, wtlh one out Sohlpke and Pendry singled, but Uw rest fell down. Franck mi a grounder on which they advanced base. Jonea was afraid of Cadman and passed him, when Lower came to bat and suoauea nimseir cy running Into the ball tie oauea in rront oi biro. WASSON tU.VT- TO. THE STABLE ' Indians Go After Grbslles aad Take Them Into Cams). DENVER, June 8. Two singles, a base on balls and two doubles sent Wasson to the stable in the first Inning of today' game. The lead Pueblo thus obtained was enough. Denver played a good up-hill game, but could not get the needed runs, though twice a hit would have tied the score. Bonno wss sent to the bench In the lath inning after two bases on balls and a urea-Dagger sad given Denver to runs Moore: DENVER. AbL R. H. O. A Cassldy, rf 1 0 Belden. If 8 8 10 Jones, cf I 1 8 8 Lindsay, lb 4 1 10 1 1 Maag. 3b 8 1113V Hansard, 3b 1 3 3 4 4 Standing of the Teams WEST. LEAGUE! AJIER. APS N. W.Ll'i t! W L Pet. Wlohlt ......12 IS .& Milwaukee... .29 11 .oS Omaha 22 K .STIndlanapolls.. 24 .fvt. Sioux City.. .19 16 .fc'Columbus 2 24 .5:w ! Moines.. 21 17 .fM lxulsvllle V 8" .81 Topeka 17 1" .5"0 Minneapolis.. IT 24 .510 Denver ......17 1 ,4Toledo 22 27 .449 Lincoln U 22 .ari'St. Paul 1 !H Pueblo 12 24 .37jKansas City. 20 28 .417 NATL. LEAGUE. I AM SIR. LKAOL'E. W.L Pot. V L.Pct. Pittsburg SI 12 .;21Ietrolt 21 14 .!7 Chicago 28 17 .ttt New York. ...22 11 .679 New York. ..21 17 . Philadelphia. .2.1 18 .frl Cincinnati. ...24 22 .622 Boston 23 i .548 Philadelphia. 17 22 . 4.(6 Cleveland ....IS 22 .4'3 Brooklyn ....17 24 .415 Chicago 17 22 .4M St. Louis 1 2 .4WiPt. Louis 17 23 . 48 Boston 12 2 .30)Washlngton..l2 27 .30$ GAMES TODAY. Western League Des Moines at Omaha, Slows City at Lincoln, Denver at Topeka, Pueblo at Wichita. National League Philadelphia at Pitts burg. New York at Chicago. Boston at Cincinnati, Brooklyn at St. Louis. American League Cleveland at Philadel phia, St. Louis at Boston. Detroit at New York. Chicago at Washington. American Association Milwaukee at In dianapolis. Kansas City at Toledo. St. Paul at Louisville, Minneapolis at Columbus. Hartman, as Hallman, c. Wesson, p.. Adams, p... 6 I 0 8 0 fl S 1 1 10 7 3 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 10 0 1 27 12 8 ). R. II. O. A. E. 0 13 3 1 1 8 2 0 0 0 2 12 0 0 10 10 0 1 0 3 4 0 1 I 0 0 0 11111 0 0 6 0 0 0 ' 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 7 10 27 11 2 0 10 2 2 0 0-6 Totals 37 AB. .. 38 ..0 0 .4 1 Hogrlever, Sb... Curtis. If Clark, lb Spencer, cf Walters. 2b Miller, rf Corhan, ss Mltze. c Bonno, p Hatch, p Totals Denver Pueblo 0 0 0 0 110-7 Two-base hits: Miller, Corhan, Jones, Clark. Three-base hits: Cassldy. Bciden. Stolen bases: Jones (2). Curtis. Sacrifice hit: Curtis. Bases on balls: Off Wacson, 1; off Adams, 4; off Bonno, 4: off Hatch, 2. Struck out: By Wasson, 1; by Adams, 6; bv Bonno, 2; by Hatch, 2. Left on bases: Denver, 9; Pueblo, 6. Time: 2:12. Umpire: Everett. BATTED WELL, BIT RAGGEDLY Wichita Lost to Topeka. Sis to Two, at Home. WICHITA, June 8. Though they got one more hit than Topeka the locals were un able to get them at the right time today and lost, 8 to 2. Except for the sixth Inning, when he allowed the visitors to bunch four hits, which, coupled with a base on balls and the only fielding error of the game, allowed three runs. Clark was Invincible. He was taken out In the seventh Inning to allow Roberts to bnt. Westcott, who succeeded him, was wua and was touched up In the ninth for a single and two home runs. Two singles and two bases on balls gave Wichita a score in the seventh and hits by Brennnn, Mtrlrllnton snd Huches brought tn anotner In the ninth. The game was featureless etrent for the batting of Petttgrcw and Oeler" and Hendricks' success In squirming out of bad holes. Score: WICHITA. AB. R. H. O. A. R. H. O. Mlddleton, rf 6 0 110 Anderson, sa 1 1 1 0 0 8 1 1 1 0 1 Hughes, 2b Pennell. If Holland, lb Westerzll. 8b Pettlgrew. cf..... Weaver, e Clark, p Roberta Westcott, p Brennan Totals.. ....-.. 2 TOPEKA. AB. R. U 27 13 H. 1 8 3 3 0 1 0 0 1 o. A. 0 6 2 0 0 2 3 3 1 Wccley, cf Geler. 8b... 3 K tinkle. 1b Fenlon, rf. Thomaeson, If.. Kahl. 2b...... Downle. ss.. McMsnus, o Hendrlx, p.., Totals 84 8 10 27 16 1 Batted for Clark in the seventh. Batted for Weatcott In the seventh. Wichita 00000010 12 Topeka , 00000800 S t Hits: Off Clark. In seven Innings; on Westcott, 4 in two Innings. First base on bells: Off Clark. 8: off Westcott, S; off Hendrlx, 4. Struck out: Bv Clark, l; by Westcott. 1. Hit with pitched Dan: ey Hendrlx, 1. Stolen bases: Mlddleton, An derson. Wooley. Two-base hit: Wooley. Home runs: Kunkle, Oeter. Double plays: Anderson to Hughes lo Holland, Downle to Kunkle to Geler. Left on bases: Wichita, 11; Topeka. 7. Time: 2:i0. Um pire: Clark. Attendance, l.zuo. CHAMPS LOST TO DES MOINES Grlevoas Errors by Haater and Shea Responsible. kioitv CITY. Ia.. June 8. Sioux City finished Its long String of home games to day by losing to Des Moines, 6 to 1. It as a pltcnera Dame, rroni ana lhik twirling fine ball, though the latter had the beat suDDort. Three runs were made In the ninth by the Boosters, but they were all sifts. Hunter and Shea made glaring errors which should have retired the side and allowed the score to remain to l Mauer s nome run ann me nriuins r rum, Neihoff and Edinondson were features of the game. Score: B1UUA tUI, AB. R. H. O. A. E. O. 1 3 1 I Campbell, If 3 0 0 1 0 0 Edmontluon, or.. Andreas. 2b Welch, 3b Smith, s Stovall, rf Hunter, lb J. Shea, c From, p Towne Holmes IT 3 0 0 0 Total .81 I 27 IS Batted for 8hea In the ninth. Batted for From In the ninth. DE3 MOINES. AB. R. H. O. 2 0 0 14 1 A. E 8 I 0 I 0 8 I Colllgan, as... 0 Fader, rt Mattick, cf... Dwyer, lb.... Dalton. if Nlehoff, 8b.... Gtlmartln, 2b. Phea. e Clark, p ; Total 0 ' 0 ....33 . 2 17 Stovall out, hit by batted ball. Dea Moines 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 36 Sioux City 0100000 0-1 Two-base hit: Smith. Dalton. Bader. Dwyer. Home run: Bader. Sacrifice hit: Kdmondson. Base on balls: Off From, 1 off Clark, 4. Struck out: By From. 3; by t-.iarK, a,' Tim: i:w. umpire: Haskell. Attendance: 1.000. i PERRIXIS WILL PLAY TODAY Comes from St, Panl to Covor Seen for Omaha. Hurrah! Nig Perrlne will be tn Omaha today and play second base for the Rourkcs In their first game against Des Motnea. Presl dent Rourke received a telegram from Mike Kelley, manager of St. Paul Americans, saying Perrlne would leave there last night. This completes Omaha's team all but on pitcher, for whom Pa la scouting. Perrlne will go to aecond and King center fluid, while Jack Pendry will eiv a utility man. , With Kan. Perrlne, Schlpke and Franck ea th infield. Fisher, King and Welch In th out, th team !U present a formidable front. Eastern Lragae Games. At Buffalo Buffalo, 7; Rochester, I. At Toronto Montreal, 4; Toronto, 3. At jersey city Jersey City. 2; Provl- aence, a , PIRATES WIN IN THE SIXTH Batting: Rally Again Gives Victory to Pittsburg Nationals. BROWN REPLACED BY RICHIE Three" Hits, Two Sarrlnrr and Error Give Home Team ISeees sary Raas to Wis Game. PITTSBURG, June 8 Pittsburg again defeated Philadelphia today by making a great rally toward the close of the game, the score being the same as It was yes terday, 4 to 3. Three hits, two sacrifices and Richie's error gave the locals two runs with only one man out. Hyatt again started the rally today, as he did yes terday, with a double. Brown was wild snd was replaced In the fifth by Richie, who showed good control until the ninth. Phllllppe was weak, but Camnlts was strong with men on bases. Score; PlTT-iHlRO. PHILADELPHIA. B.H.O.A.G. B.H.O.A.B nirtoau. 3b . I 111 1 Knah. Ih t lilt Lrach. cf I 6 0 Oorant,, b.... ill CI arks. It 4 0'O.M,,,,,, ( 4 ) 0 0 Wnr. ... 4 0 t 2 fiTltua. rf I 1 0 0 0 Hvtt, 1b 4 111 A 0 i.rmntf laid, lb 4 4 1 1 Miller, 2b 1 1 I 4 Ooitv.rn., cf... 1 110 Wilton, rf.... 4 111 tlxiniin. H....I 0 1 0 Olhann, c I 111 1 J. klltach. c. I 1 5 1 0 Phllllppn. p..l 1 0 1 0 Drown, p I 0 0 1 0 ('mnltz. p .. I 0 0 4 Klchle, p I 0 1 1 t "ADM urn 10 .11UUV Totals I. 1126 14 1 Totala 2S Itlli I Hatted for Camnlts In ninth. One out when winning run was scored. Pittsburg 02000000 24 Philadelphia 01200000 03 To-base hits: Phllllppe, Hyatt, Titus, Magee. Three-bane, hit: Magee. Hits: Off Brown In four and two-tnirds Innings, 4; off IUchle In three and two-thirds Innings, 4; off Philllppe in two and one-third In nings, 6. Sacrifice hits: Miller. Gibson, Manet, Osborne (2). Doolan (2). Double plays: Wagner to Miller to Hyatt, Grant to Knabe to Bransfleld, Dogjan to Brarhs fleld, Doolan to Knabe to Bransfleld. Left on bases: Pittsburg, 7; Philadelphia, 9. First base on balls: Off Brown, 4; off Kichle, 1; oif Camnlts, 3. First base on errors: Philadelphia. 1; Pittsburg, 1. Struck out: By Brown, 1: by Richie, 2; by Cam nlti, 3. Time: 1:40. Umpires: Klem and Kane. Giant Defeat Cubs. CHICAGO, June R. Two errors, a sacri fice and a single In the first Inning gave Chicago two rum. One single In the fifth was their only othef hit off Mathewson. A pass In the third, a low throw In the fifth, McCormlck's lead orf with a two bagger In the sixth, each followed by timely hitting, gave the visitors the vic tory. Score: NEW YORK. CHICAGO. B.H.O.A.K. H H.O.A.K Tenny. lb... 4 0 1 OErers. lb I l 4 I 0 Dorl. 2h 1 I I teiirkard. If.. 4 0 i 0 0 MrCorrn'k, If. 4 1 1 0 Ollofman. cf...l 0(00 Murray. rf....4 0 1 0 0 Stelnfeldt, 3b. 4 1 1 I 0 O'Hara, ct....4 14 0 OHoward. lb... I 0 9 8 0 DfTlln. 3b.... 10 11 OBrhulta, rf.... I 0 1 f 0 Brldwall, sa.. 3 1 I I 0 Tinker, aa....l 0.11 Myrr, c a 0 5 0 1 Moran, a I 1 I 0 1 Mathewaon, p 4 I 1 I 0 Brown, p 1 0 0 1 Totals SJ 7 :7 I I Totala 38 1 37 II Chicago 30000000 02 New York 00101100 03 .Two-base - hit: McCormlck. Sacrifice hits: Hot man, Myer, Devlin. Stolen base: Hofman. Double plays: Brldwell to Ten ney to Mathewson, Brldwell to Tenney. Left on bases: Chicago, 2; New York, 7. First base on balls: Off Brown, 2; off Mathewson, 2.i First base on errors: Chi cago, 8; New' York, 1. Struck ott: By Brown, 4; by Mathewson, 4. Time: 1:30. Lmptres: O Day and Emslle. St. I.ouls Defeats Brooklyn. 8T. LOUIS. June 8 St. Louis, with For est Moro, the Springfield (111.) recruit pitch ing, easny aeitaiea Brooklyn tni aiter noon In the second game of the series, score 7 to 1. Mclntyre was knocked out of the box. Pastorius relieving him. The local team ciiucheu the game in the sec ond Inning, when they scored four runs on as many hits and two bases on balls. Score: 8T. LOUIS. , BROOKLYN. B.H.O.A.B. B.H.O.A.K. Byrna, 3b S I 0 0 1 Burch. If I 1 I 0 0 Shaw, cf I 110 lHummall, lb . I 1 11 0 0 Phrlpa, C.....I 0 3 0 OAlperman. 2b. 4 1 4 I Kunelchy, lb. 4 I II 0 0 Hunter, rf 4 0 1 0 0 Evana, rf I 1 I 0 0 McMillan, u. I t I I I Elite. If 4 110 OKimua. cf....4 0 3 0 0 llul, win, .. 4 12 7 OMi'Elvcen. 3k. 4 0 1 0 0 GUbat, 2b.... I 114 OBrrgan, e I I 4 0 Mora, p 9 0 0 1 0 Molmrr. p... 1 0 I 0 Paatorlua, p.. 1 0 1 0 Total! 30 1137 122 I Totala 30 I 24 12 0 Brooklyn A 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01 I. Louis . ,0 4 0 1 1 0 0 1 07 Two-bsse hit: Huiswltt. Three-base hit: Shaw. Sacrifice hits: Hummell, More. Passed ball: Bergen. Stolen bases: Burch, Alperman, Gilbert, Evana. Hit by pitched Dan: n y jvictntyre, x. Base on nans: urr More. 3; off Pastorius, 2; off Mclntyre, 4. Struck out: By Mclntyre, 3; by More, 2. Hits: Off Mclntyre, 9 In five Innings; off Pastorius. 2 in three Innings. Left on bases: St. Louts, 7; Brooklyn, S. Time: IM. Umpires: Rlgler and Truby. Game Postponed. At Cincinnati Cincinnati-Boston game postponed; rain. GAMES IN THE AMERICAN LEAGUE Boston Wins from St. Loots la the Twelfth Inning-. BOSTON. June 8. Speaker's single In the twelfth Inning scored the winning run for itosion in me game witn St. L,ouis today. Errors and poor base running allowed the contest to go to extra Innings and sensa tional plays by French, Nile and Speaker saved the game for the locals after the ninth, score: BOSTON. BT. LOt'IB- B H O.A B B H O.A I. Mica, aa Lord. lb.... 14 0 Harttall. rf. l o I 0 0 01 1 Hoffman, cf 1 Ppaakar, cf. Wallaca, aa. 0 I 1 1 I I Hoopar, If. II Kerrla. lb... French. ZD 1 Willlama, tb. 4 Stahl, lb.. WoHcr.rf Donahua. Carrtsan. i 41 Jonaa. lb I 0 13 0 0 1 0 IMcAleaae, If, I I H Crif ar, c I 9Urlsga 1 0 Stephana, c... 1 DCrlaa, p I T 0 t 0 4 1 Chech, p.. I Madden . Steels, p.. Ryan Arellanea. 0 0 1 0 Totala 42 J4 H I 0 0 Totala 40 3 St II 4 Batted for Krlger In ninth. Batted for Chech In seventh. Batted for Steele In ninth. One out when winning run scored. St. Louis ....0 0020000100 03 Boston 0 0000003000 14 Two-base hit: Nlles. Hit: Off Chech, i in neven inning; oti aieeie, I in two In nings; off Arellanea, 8 In three Inning Sacrifice hit: Hooper, Jouea. Stolen bases: The best all 'round beer in the market-bar none !V MADE IN OMAHA 1 tllTTTTTTTtl 1 I ; ! l,BIU, lad. Bllll. i Y'y ft y I vi t"t?"T' uiuiu aj U saJ U LaJ kI La Lei ' -I a. Ferris, Williams, Woher, Hooper. Double plsys: Crlger lo Williams, French to Mies. IjOft on bases: St. Louis, H; Boston. 10. Base on balls: Off Chech, I; off diss, s. Base on errors: Boston 2. St. IaiuIs, 1 Hit by pitched ball: Bv Chech, 1; by Steele. 1; by Criss, 1. Struck out: By Chech, ; bv Crlss. 11; by Arellsnes, 1. Wild pitch: Crlsa. Time: 2.22. Umpires: 0Louglilin and Kerln.. Maps Blank Ataletles. PHILADELPHIA. June 8. -Cleveland shut out the locals today, 2 to 0. Johs held Philadelphia to one hit. a two-bagger by Murphy la the fifth Inning. 'Cleveland won the game In the sixth Inning on ttlples by Hlnrhman and Stovall and a single by Iiasterlyj Score: CLEVELAND. PHILADELPHIA B.H.O.A.K B H O A K. Ooo4a. rf III OHartaal, It 4 4 0 1 Bradlar, lb... I Turner, aa.,.. 4 Lilolo. tb ... 3 Hlnrhman, cf I Storall. lb.... 4 Kaaterlr, c... 4 Lord, If I Josa, p 4 1 OGinlay. rf. 0 10 01 oil in., 2k. I I 10? I 1 114 I Murphy, rf 4 1 0 0 0 110 0 Davia, Ih..... 4 0 1 10 0 ABakar, lb 3 0 1 I 0 t 40 Barrr. aa I 0 I 0 1 0 0 1 UHnttna, CIS 0 Brndar, p I 0 0 0 3 0 Totala 34 I 17 I 3 Totala .....tl 1 27 13 t Philadelphia 00000000 0-0 Cleveland 0000020.0 0-2 Two-base hits: Murphy. Lajole. Three base hlta: Hlnchman, Stovall. Sacrifice hit: Lord. Double play: Uanley, Collins. Lajole and Stovall. Left on bases: Phila delphia, 6; Cleveland, . Base on balls: Off Bender, 2; off Joss. 8. Base on errors: Philadelphia, 2: Cleveland, 2. Struck out; By Bender, t: by Joss. 3. Time: 1:81. Um pire: Kgan and Sheridan. Tigers Win In Eleventh. NEW YORK, June 8. Detroit defeated New York today In an eleven-Inning game. The visitors were blanked unit) 'he seventh, when through three hits and two error by Austin, they made four runs. New York tied the score in the eighth on a base on bulla and lucky hits by substi tuted batsmen. Demmitt and Hemphill. Bush scored the winning run In the eleventh on McConnell's only gift, Cobb's single. Engle's fumble and Moriarity In field out. Score: DETROIT. NEW YORK. B.H.O.A.B. B.H.O.A.B Mflntrra. If.. 0 6 0 OCrea. cf , 0 Bri,h. aa 4 1 1 t 0 Healer, rf I 0 IKIbrrfald, tb. 3 1 1 I I Crawford, cf. 8 0 1 Cobh. rf 1 0 0 OKnlfthl, 3b 10 0 Morlarltr, lb, I I 14 0 F.ntla. It 1 I O'Lean. Sb... 4 0 11 1 Cbaae. lb . t IS 4 0 0 Rrharfer, lb.. 4 1 I Btanaga. c... 4 2 4 Wlllata. p.... 10 1 4 1 Laporte, lb. .. 0 0 Auatln, aa.... 1 1 Klalnow, e.... 1 ft 0 0 0 I 1 0 Demmitt .... ...I I 13 II I Blair, c Bror.katt. p... 0 0 Totala. I 0 4 0 0 1 I Hrmpblll McConnall, p. 1 Totals 43 I 81 11 4 Batted for Klelnow In ninth. Batted for Brockett In the eighth. Detroit 0000004000 1 6 New York .... 2000000200 0-4 Two-bane hit: Stanage. Three-base hit: Demmitt. Sacrifice hit: O'Leary. Sacri fice fly: Wllletts. Stolen bases: Moriarity, Cree. Left on bases: Detroit, 4; New York, 9. First base on errors: Detroit, 2; New York, 1. Struck out: By Brockett, 8; by Wllletts, 2; by McConnell, 3. Bases on balls: Off Wllletts, 2; orf McConnell, 1. Hit by pitched ball: By Wllletts, 1. Passod ball: Stanage. Hits: Off Brockett, 7 In eight Innings; off McConnell, 1 In three Innings. Time: 2.06. Umpires: Perrlne and Evan. Postponed Game. At Washington Washington-Chicago game postponed; rain. GAMES IN AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Indianapolis Wins Shatont Game from Minneapolis in Tenth. INDIANAPOLIS. Ind.. June H In a ten- Inning contest today the champions won, 1 to 0, on Wakefield's single, who was ad vances to tnira oy nurke and scored on Howley' single. Cheney pitched a great game, allowing the visitors but one hit. Score: INDIANAPOLIS MINNEAPOLIS. B.H.O.A.B. B.H.O.A.B. rbadb-me. If. 4 1 1 0 OOyler. a. I Croaa, aa 4 0 11 OQulllln, rf.... 4 1 0 0 0 Oil 0 2 0 Harden, rf... 4 0 0 4 ODowna, lb.... 4 Wakefield, lb 4 1 12 1 0 O'Neill, cf I Ravldton, cf.. I 0 1 0 0 0raath, If... 4 0 7 0 0 nurse, id I 0 I I QUI, lk I Howler. e....l 1 I 1 OOolllna, lb... I Willlama. lb. I 4 I 0 Block, a 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 Cheney, p..., 8 114 OPattaraon, p.. I Touts II 4 10 II I Totala 28 1M 10 1 On .Sktit whan yinnlnv vim n. m m m w A m Indianapolis .0 00000000 11 Minneapolis ......? 00000000 00 Struck out: Bv Chenev. 7: bv Patterson. 4. Double play. William to Wakefield. otoien Dases: couins, u Nelll. Passed balls: Howley, 2. Time: 1:(A Umpires: Owens and Eckman. Bines Slow at Bat. LOUISVILLE. Ky.. June 8.-Kansas Cltv won the last game of the series today be cause Louisville could not bat Essick ef fectively. Thlelman's home run In the sixth, with two men on bases, tied the score. The visitors won out in the seventh on a base on balls, Woodruff error and Rltter' single. Score: KAs'SAs CITT. LOUISVILLE B.H.O.A.B. B.H.O.A.K. Hallman, rf.. 4 1 10 tDunleavy, rf. I 00 Shannon, cf.. 4 1 0 0 0 Woodruff, lb. 4 0 1 Bock ley, lb... I 1 17 ODelabante, Cf I 4 0 0 Braahaar. lb.. 8 0 1 OOlaon. lb.... Hetllng, 3b... 4 0 1 4 OThlalman, p. Love, aa i l 5 OTate. lb. 1 I Carllala. If... 4 I 0 oyulnlan, aa. Rltter, c I 1 I OHtifhea, e. . OHalla, If Kaalca. p I 0 0 0 ft Selbv. a. 000 01 Totals II I IT II 0Patlmano , Totals M mil I Batted for Selbv In the ninth. Kansas City 0 0 1 2 0 0 3 0 06 Louisville 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 0 08 Stolen bases: Tate. Brashear. Love. Sac rifice hits: Essick (2), Hal la, Brashear. Iwo-base hits: Shannon, Hallman. Horn run: Thlelman. Double play: Love to Brashear to Beckley. Struck out: Bv Thlelman, 1; by Keslck. 1: by Set by. L Base on balls: Off Thlelman. 8: off Essick. 8: off Selby, 1. Wild pitch: Thlelman. rut: un inieiman, 6 in seven innings. I.Mfr nn ha ... f Ani.itl!. a- k'aneua III., 4. Time: 1:50. Umpires': 'Conahan and ouiuvan: . Colatnbo Defeats Milwaukee. COLUMBU8, June 8. Link, whose victory today was his tentli In twelve games this season, was steadier than Manske and Co lumbus made It four straight by a 2-to-l score on th Milwaukee leaders. Link scored the first run and sent In Shreck with ths winning tally In the ninth with a long fly to Barry. Four double plays In the last third of the game was the feature. Score: COLUMBUS allLWAl'KPK. B.H.O.A.B. B.H.O.A.B. J. Clarke, If. 4 1 1 0 ORandall, cf... 4 14 0 0 Moriarity, aa. I Kruser, cf . . . . 4 1 4 1 OH. Clark, lb. I 1 0 110 0 Barry, rf 4 0 0 Coagiilum, rf I 110 0 UrGann. lb.. I 1 Odwell. lb.... 4 W 1 ORobinaon, aa. I 1 I i .0 flchrevk. C....I 0 I 8 0 Dougherty, If. 4 I 0 0 O'Rourko, lb. 'I Oil lHoetetter, lb. 4 I 4 0 30 rrlel, 3k 1111 0 Moran. e I Links, p. 0 I OMenika, p.... 4 1 4 1 Total. II I IT 11 1 Totala II 12 14 I Two out when winning run scored. Columbus 00100000 12 Milwaukee 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01 Stolen bases: Congalton, Randall. Sacri fice hits: O'ltourke, Link, Robinson. Sac rifice fly: Llnke. Bases on balls: Off Llnke, 1; off Manske, 6. Two-base hit: Kruger. Double plays: l.lnke to Moriarity to Oil well, Robinson to McOann, Hostetter to Robinson to McOann. Hit by pitched ball: Moriarity, Motlann, Moran. Umpire: Hayes. Time: 1:53. Game Postponed. At Toledo Toledo-St. Paul game post poned; rain. A ahum Defeats Syracuse. AUBURN, Neb.. June 8.-Speclal Tele gram.) The Auburn base ball team de feated the Syracuse team this afternoon on the local diamond by the scoie of 8 to 4. Three of the four runs made by the Syracuse team were made on eriors of the Auburn team. Tie base being full fvru-cu.-e got a long hit to right field, which was not caught, the Dan was tumuieu by tl e fielder and alro by the Infield, thus letting In four stores. The team played rood Dall from start to finish. A return game between the same team will be played tomorrow afternoon and a hot con test I looked for. Friend Again Brats Indians. FRIEND. Neb.. Juno 8.-tpeciat Tfle (rram,) The locals won the second gam; from the Oxford Indian rieie this alter noon. Score: , Friend 1 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 - Indiana 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 3 0-4 Batteries: Indian', Simpson and Schoon ovi ; riend, iei a:t and Ca-rten. 8 'uck out: By Simpson, 6. bv Began . 8. Hits: Indians, T; Friend 6. To-ba hit: Page. Krro.i; Indiana, 6; Friend. 4. Ds Moines Sella Gllinartln. DES MOINES, June 8 John Gllinartln, second baseman of Dea Moines Western league team was today sold to the Peoria Thre-I leagu team. S. Clyde Williams, athletic roach at Ames fills Gilmarlin's old position. AMERICANS WIN IN LONDON Judge Moore's Horns Capture Nine Additional Frizes. KING AND QUEEN ATTEND Vanderbllt, Watson and Wlsasi Win In Several 4 lasses .Morris Cldealales Attract Attention. LONDON, June 8. Judge Moore contiuues to be on of the most prominent figures at the horse show, adding nine awards to day to his already large list of prises. 11' drives all his horses and Is almost coil' stantly In the ring. A. G.l Vanderbllt and Walter Winans also Increased their string of itbbons today, while the Clydesdale of the Morris company of Chicago, which give a daily exhibition, are still a popular ffa ture. The grace and strength of these heavy animals have excited the enthusiastic admiration of London critics. Awards In class S3, single harness horse, exceeding sixteen hands, In which eighteen animals were Judged, Included: Fourth, Walter Winans' Forest Girl; sixth. W. H. Moore's Bismarck; reserve, W. H. Moore's Abigail. Judge Moore's Hildegard and Leonldas captured first In sixty-five pairs of harness horses, any height, shown to a brougham. victoria or barouche. Alfred O. Vander- blll's Tonawanda and Wanda captured third money In this class. In class 26, sixteen pairs of harness horses, exceeding fifteen hands, Walter Winans' Crack Shot and Newton Sportman won second and W. II. Moore' Hildegard and Leonldas third. Olympla was packed to Its fullest capacity this afternoon for the gala performance of the third annual International Horse show In honor of the visit of their majesties, the king and queen. The building was beauti fully decorated with flowers and had the appearance of a huge conservatory. All the foreign officers who were present to compete for the King Edward VII chal lenge cup were lined up at reception hell and saluted their majesties as they entered. Ambassador Whitelaw Retd and practically all other ambassador and minister in London were present, accompanied by their wives and daughters. The event of greatest Interest on the program was the jumping competition for the king' cup, a trophy valued at $2,500, In which teams representing the Argentine, Belgium, Canada, Great Britain, France and Italy took part The cup wa won by the French team, the Italian team was oc ond and the English team third. In the competition for a horse exceeding fifteen and two-tenths hands, to be shown to a brougham, the first prize of $150 was given to W. H. Moore' Marie. Mr. Moot also took fourth prUe with Sylvaev. C. W. Watson's Moonshine was given aecond honors and the cash prize of 8100. American exhibitors also got first ami second hnors in class 80, pair of horses to .be driven by women and shown In Phaeton with rumble. C. W. Watson was awarded first prize of 200wlth Norena and Kitty Grey, while Mr. Moore got second money, 1125, with Phyllis and Menella. DES MOINES FOR FOUR GAMES mmm a HlBKln and His Stri-iar Team Will Start in Today. Owner Hlggins will bring his athletes to Omaha today for a four-day session with the Rourke family and some hot time may be expected at Vinton park. While many of Mr. Hlggins' bunch ar new with the De Moines team, they are well known to Omaha fans. There is Mat tick, who kept Pueblo going with his trusty willow last year; there is Jack Shea of Fremont, who formerlyy backstopped for Duckv Holmes. There Is Herman Bader, another cracker.lack from Denver, and several other well known faces, Lang, Miller and Clark are a trio of pitchers who have been making an western league teams take notice this year, and the ques tion will be whether Omaha win re aDie to do as well as when on the recent visit to Des Moines. Friday Is set aside as ladies' day. The lineup: Omaha. Position. Des Moines. Dwyer .... Qllmartln Kane King ....First ... ....Second ... Third ... Schlpke... Nlehoff Colllgan Franck . ..Short .., Fisher !.... Left Dalton Mattick Bader .Shea, Hecklnger Miller. Lang , Biersdorfer Clark Pendry Center Welch Right , Gondlng, Cadman. Catch . Sanders, Keeley.. Pltcn . Hollenbeck Pitch ., Lower Pitch . SUNDAY BALL AT ST. PAUL President Le-nnon Will Move Games to Lexington Park. ST. PAUL. Minn.. June 8. President Lennon of the local base ball team of the American association has announced that the Sunday base ball games would be re sumed when the team returned from It present tour. Arrangements for the use of the Lexington park grounds, used for tsunday games last year, nave neon com pleted. Mr. Lennon discontinued the suit to dissolve the Injunction against playing base ball In the downtown park. Oakland Tram Shows Well. OAKLAND. Neb., June 8. (Special Tele gram.) Oakland has organized a base ball team, electing Harry Palmquist captain and K. Lindahl manager. The boys have good material and a swift team Is looked for. Several good games have been sched uled. In a practice game here today they defeated the Baptist church team; score, U to 1. Batteries: Baptists, Ford, Hanson and Ford; Oakland, Palmquist, Krause and Wagener. Southern League Games. At Nashville Mobile. 6; Nashville, 0. At Memphis Today's Memphis-Montgomery game postponed on account of re union; double-header tomorrow. At Birmingham Birmingham, 10; New Orleans, 4. At Atlanta Atlanta, 6; Little Rock, I. No Games In Three-1 Lesgse. All games In Three-I league yesterday were postponed on account of rain. FOR O CARS AT KANSAS CITY They Arrive at 5i3S and Arm and Khawmut Soon Follow. KANSAS CITY. June 8.-The two Ford cars leading In the New York to Seattle race reached here at 5:35 this evening. An l:ou.' later the Acme and Hhawmut cars nltfo arrived. The ford rais were only a few minutes ahead at Glastow, Mn., but reached the Mlstoirl rHer ferry first and in oilier on we, e r elsyed in conse quence. The racers will leave here early lu the morning. Walker Behind Schedule. A.N'SLEY, Neb.. June 8. -(Special. ) (reorge it. cnaffee. who is walking from Seattle to .New ork, arrived In Anslev Monday, and after supper departed on his journey. Chaffee started from Seattle on rrbiuury Z and expect to arrive In New York August Z. lie has traveled about l.kAO miles out of the 4.300 miles and Is four days behind his schedule. He lost two days between Alliance snd this place. He hsd 21 In money h ti he departed from Seattle and he had money today for all hi wants. He startel weigh!.. t IX'J and his weight Is now 1. Sunday he walked thirty-eight miles. Miss Adams I. rods Golfers. SHORT H1I.L8. N. J. June-8 -Official starters today at the Baltus golf links In the annual eastern woman's golf cham pionship onlv two returned cards of Us than 1U) tn the first hilf of the thirty-six-hole medal romretltion The courie bugey Is 74 Mlts tleorgiana Bishop, former na tional chan. pit. n, took eleven strokes on the llrst hole. Tn were so frequent aa lo excite no comment. Mies Mary Adams of Boston am luw scene wuu rj Th 1 i, !, Mr. Automobtlist You can wear an "RtW" Auto Duster through sand dunes or swamps and your clothes will be protected from neck to ankle. a A? jA-tfcrf ' Auto Dusters combine good styling and skill- IUI IBIIUIIII Willi tion. Appropriate for touring or about town. $1.50 to $25.00 at Makers score of Mr. Charles T. Stout, former na tional champion, was 108 and that of Miss Mix, the new Metropolitan champion, 112. EVENTS ON THE RUNNING TRACKS Fltaherbert Win the Broadway Stakes at Orsrearsd. GRAVESEND, N. Y., June 8.-Fltherb-ert, the 1-to-S favorite, easily won the Broadway stakes of 82,500 at Gravesend to day. Th field against him wa of only ordinary caliber. Fashion Plate took a good lead on the back stretch and held his advantage to the turn, wher Bums let down Fltzherbert, who went to the front and won by two length. In the six-furlong dash King Cobalt beat Demund. Summaries: First race, I-year-old. selling, five fur longs, 8400 added: Our Hannah (103, But well, 7 to 1) won, Zacatecas (101, Creevy, 8 to 1) second, Elizabethan (103, Dugan, 8 to 6) third. Time: 1:02. Cross Over, Good Intent, Dixie Dlxen, Edith Inez. Miss Lotis, Misty, Black Annie, Bedmlnater and Semi colon also ran. Second race, steeplechase handicap, 4-year-olds and upwards, two miles, loOO added: Sanctus (149, Stone, 9 to 10) won, Waterspeed (148, Donnhue, 8 to 5) second, Sandy Creeker (129, Hewitt, 8 to 1) third. Time: 8:45. Oaklawn also ran. Bell the Cat fell. Third race, handicap, all ages, about six furlongs, 1500 added: King Cobalt (121, Dugan, 8 to 6) won, Demund (180, Butwell. 8 to 1) second, Rlalto (108, G. Bums, 20 to 1) third. Time: 1:09. Nimbus, Etherlal, Blackford, Royal Oynx, Roslmlro, Cliff Edge and Grace Cameron also ran. Fourth race, the Broadway stakes of 83,500, 8-year-old, mile and one-sixteenth: Fltaherbert (118, Burns, 1 to 2) won, Fash Ion Plate (114, H. Smith, 15 to 1) second, Petticoat (109. Dugan, 12 to 1) third. Time: 1:47. Marcellu also ran. Turncoat left at the post. Fifth race, 3-year-old and. upwsrd. sell ing, mile and one-sixteenth, 85,000 added; Dresmer (111, H. Smith, t to 6) won, Nor bltt (111, Butwell, 7 to 1) second. Lad of Lnngdon (106, Grandan, 12 to 1) third. Time: 1:48. The Squire, Rio Grande, Rye, St. Joseph, Seymour Butler, Imitator, Rock stone, Mark Antony II and Wardtn also ran. Sixth race, maidens 3 years old, five snd one-half furlongs, 3400 added: Firebox (10ft, Scovllle, 4 to 5) won, Jacquellna (105, Mo Cahev, 10 to 1) second, Eddi Dugan (108, Burns. 10 to 1) third. Tim: 1:08. Pnd rlan. Running Chance, Glorpers, OrJd Craft, Grecian Bend. Niagara and Relluf also ran. Summaries at Latonla. I ATONIA, Ky., June 8. Summaries: Flrat race, five furlongs: Gllpy tl 8 Walsh, 6 to 1) won, Fen K. SI'et O0-, Heldel. 25 to 1) second. Brevite Mn. Gee. 16 to 1) third. Time: 1:018. Fighting non, i. amves, ogan, i. m. ir in, Judge Wlton. Lord Clinton, Kiddy Lee. john Cafferate, llokeby and Royal Report also fan. Second race, one mile and seventy yards: F" Uif mil M Hi Huln in illt.Mf T fTY t ; Qik aim i U LJJ ) ZJ torn a!llOS!M&& QmtiiS& tnrrii BLATZ COMPANY, Wholesale Dealers, 802 Douglas St., Cor. 8th. Phone Douglas C662 '(..:', ': Wi ' ', ' if- l, 4 Iff VylUIUES EVUIIUIU; SUU BBU91BV all apparel shops Chicago McNally (90. Huffnagle, to 1) won.Den ver Girl (1.0, Paul, 21 to 6) second. Res da (11), Burton, 3 lo 1) third. Time: 1:44,, Quagga, Ethel Carr. Judge Saufley, S r Irving, Hasty and Sir Walter Rollins also ran. Third race, four and a half furlong': Louisel. (Ill, Heldel, 3 to 6) won, Lt a Creed (108, Walsh. 15 to 1) second, Alsx e (UK. Austin. 100 to 1) third. Time: . 0:85. Redeem. Martin H.. Claudia, . Ethelbutg and Ransack also ran. ' Fourth race, one mile and a sixteenth: Moquet (102.. Page, 3 to 61 won. All Bel. (hi, Martin, 8 to 1) second, Jupiter Joe (87. K. Williams. 15 to 1 third. Tim: 1:44. Zlenap and Dr. Barklev also ran. Fifth race, five and a half furlongs: Alice George (J01, Kennedy, 80 to 1) won, Tim McGrath (Kt, Pan. 6 to 2) second, Tom Holland (111. Walsh. 6 to 1) third. Time: 1:0. Frank Htaa;g, Rebel Queen, Orena. Craftwrnan, Huy Man. Jack Right. 1 al, Ethelda, Zola, Cassowary, Select and Fireball also ran. fi;xth i ace, one mlde and seventy yard: Romp (90, E. Martin, 6 to 6) won, Budhlana (M, McUee, 25 to 1) eeond, Gerrymander (90 R. Williams, 11 to 1) third. Tme: 1:43K,. The Peer. Bald Hazard, Sempra, Eustacian and Colonel Blue also ran. Summaries at Montreal. MONTREAL. June 8. Summaries: First rae, six furlongs: Hanbrldge (1 lo S) won. Jack Parke (S to 6) second, O Id Find (100 to 1) third. Time: 1:11 sj. Second race, four and a half furlong: Oppar t to 5) won, Puritan Lad 1S to 1) econd, Front Row (12 to 1) third. Time; 0:65. Third race, seven furlong: Fulford (4 to 1) won, Geimnell (8 to 1) second, Mazuma (6 to 1) third. Time: LSfth. Fourth race, The Kindergarten stakes, five furlongs: Busy 3Va to 1) won, Flying Squirrel (4 to 6) second, Megantic (4 to 1) third. Time: 101V. Fifth race, handicap steeplechase, about two miles: Waterwav (7 to 10) wen, Reginald (9 to 6) second. Harrington (40 to 1) third. Time: 4:02. Sixth race, one mile and a furlong: Creel (1 to 3) won, Lois Cavanaugh (10 ti 1) second. The Eearl (5 to 2) third. Time: 1:56. Golf Play at Knglewood. ENGLE WOOD, N. J., June 8. -The fea ture of the second day's play In the tennis tournament of the Englewood Field club today was the defeat of Thomss W. Pot ter, playing in place of W. A. Lamed, national champion, by C. M. Bull. )r , of the Crescent Athletic club, who thereby wins a place In the semi-final round. Among the other winner were Raymond D. Little and Karl Bent of International match fame; O. H. Hlnck, the' Montr-la r Athletic club expert, and C. F. Watson, Jr.. of Orange. Larned Is to compete In the double to morrow, paired with R. D. Wrenn. McLean Gets Federal Job. WASHINGTON, Jun 8.-Th prldent to day sent to the senate the nomination of William H. McLean, to be register of th land office at Belie Fourche, S. O. -1 MitM (Mint J t I -.-Hit,) -i ft . - armdWb h ... i . M" 8