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THE BEE: OMAHA, MONDAY, .TTTNE 14. 1900.
Omaha Wins from Sioux City; Pueblo Easy for Topeka; Giants Defeat Reds; Local Scores
Kill! S00 GET SORE AND LOSE
Seven Thousand Rooters Do Scalp
Dance, Omaha Winning 4 to 2.
WAR SANDERS BEATS TOMTOM
And If Mnlr t ram on Mrvfi, Till
on brw lelnnsly Their tnH
root nnil Mar Inbs Minn
Horse Hide.
'ai.i'iri. f-'icmy City, 2.
War Sandois has such II tantalizing way
about liim tliat the farther the utme
u .iir Sunday the hotter those Soo
Kut, until after the fourth Inning they did
in it art u hit mid hut two men reached
first hnse. Four hits were all that the
I 'ui klnipx i ouhl make during the session,
ami Sander passer hut on and hit one.
"Why don't you hit It out he's got noth
ing V"
That I the Jibe which Is handed to a
halter as he retnrna 10 the player' bench
Hfier ii futile attempt to hit "er out. They
all looked alike to Sander. Tommy Camp-
hell did not set a hit nor did lied Andrea.
Hahv Hippo Towne was an putty In the
Lands of the little southpaw and did not
ir."h first Hut the. players know why
they routd not put It out. Sander 1 the
li'iidii Mt pitcher In the business, and while
liny teem to sad over the plate a large
,ik hulloon. they are really In Jut the
plncp where the barsman does not want
tl.cni.
Ilor Onaha I.Ike Hair Ball f
ti.er T.OiO lover of the greatest of all
outdoor sports turned out Sunday after
noon to i-njoy nn afternoon's outing at
Vinton pirk, and right royally were they
i nin tained by Ta'a colts. They saw a
pitc her's hattle In which Sander came out
on top. and also received the beat support.
The Sioux went to pieces back of Alder
man In the second: and before they could
gut her tb"nu-elves together two run were
.scored. , i
Alderman Is an old Omaha boy, formerly
reporter for The Hee, and he Is beginning
to he recognized as one of the bet pltch-c;-.
In the Western league. He ha mag
nificent curve and Is gaining better con
trol every year.
The Son were the first to get any recog
nition from the score board boy when In
'he second inning they scored one. Ed
monson rnnde the first hit of the game a
double went to third on Welch's sacrifice
and armed on Stovall's Infield out.
imalin parsed the Soo In the third with
two runs. f adman was the first man up
and Alderman hit him on the funny bona.
Sanders made a successful sacrifice and
l-'Mier knocked Alderman down with a
ferocious drive at his head, but the lengthy
southpaw recovered In time to subdue
Fisher at first, putting ("adman on third,
('adman scored on Hunter's error when he
droppcda throw of King's grounder and
King went to second. Schipke hit to Welch
and the hltf fellow threw high and the
Skipper was safe and King on third.
Pair Krri, It 'Up.
This speedy pair then essayed to steal a
couple and pulled off the play to perfec
tion. I he cool noodle of Schipke aiding ma
terially, and he held back and drew the
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throw to second, which gave King a good
start, and Smith wild throw te third
gave him a chance to make good with the
second run.
The third run for Omaha was simple
little thing. Kane simply hit a double and
Franck a single, and Kane scored.
Omaha's fourth run was made In the
seventh Inning by Red Fisher, after he was
hurt In the fifth Inning. Fisher walked In
the seventh, stole second, went to third
on ' King's single and home on Schlpke's
sacrifice fly.
Sioux City's second run was made In
the fourth afjer two were out. Edmonson
hit a single and Welch scored him with a
double.
The same teams this afternoon
the women are Invited, for It Is
day."
The score:
1 OMAHA.
when
ladles'
A B. It. H. O A. E.
Fisher, If 2 1 0 2 0 0
King. 2b 4 12 10 0
Schipke, 3b 1 0 0 2 1 0
Welch, rf 4 0 0 2 1 0
Perrlne, 2b 4 0 1 5 0
Kane, lb S 1 13 1 1
Franck, a S 0 1 0 4 0
Cadman, c 2 1 0 2 2 0
Sanders, p 2 0 0 0 3 0
Totals 27 4 27 Is 1
SIOUX C1TT.
AB. R. H. O. A. K.
Campbell, If J 0 0 1 0 0
Andreas, 2b 4 0 0 2 2 1
Smith, 4 0 1 t 0
Edmonson, cf 4 2 2 1 0 0
Welch. 3b a 0 1 0 2 1
Stovall. rf 2 0 0 10 0
Hunter, lb 2 0 0 8 0 1
Towne. c 3 0 0.4 1 0
Alderman, p 2 0 0 0 5 J)
Totals 27 2 ,4 24 12 8
Omaha
Run Hits
Sioux City
Huns Hits
...0 0
...1 2
2 0 0
0 0 0
1 1
2 I
-4
-
.0 1010000 02
.1 1 020000 04
Kane (21. Edmonson,
Two-base hits:
Welch. Bases on balls: Off Sanders, 1; off
Alderman. 4. Hit with pitched ball: By
Sanders. 1; by Alderman, 1. Htruck nut:
Bv Sanders, 2; bv Alderman, 4. Left on
bases: Omaha. 6; Sioux City, 2. Double
play: Smith to Andreas to Hunter. Sacri
fice hits: Sanders, Welch (Sioux City). Sac
rifice flv: Schipke. Stolen base: King,
Schipke, F1her. Time: 2:00. Umpire: Has
kell. Attendance: 7.000.
Note of the Game. -Ttday
will be ladles' day at Vinton.
Schipke tried to pull off the delayed
steal In the first Inning, but was caught
at the game by Babe Towne.
Of the four hit "made by Sioux City
Edmonson mtde two and he also scored
both the runs which the Soo made.
Oround rule were agreed upon, but there
was not occasion to enforce them, and the
Soo were not hitting much Sunday.
Brother Dave I longing for hot weather,
for the fan will not fall for Ice drinks
when It Is as comfortable as It was Sunday.
Fisher made a circus run and catch which
brought the 7.00 fans to their feet. Fisher,
Welch and Franck all came In for copious
applause from the big crowd.
Sioux City has a Welch and so has
Omal.a, and both have the given name of
Harry. Omaha fans will have to designate
the hard hitting Omaha outfielder as the
doctor when Duckv Is In town.
Fisher got a hard rap In the fifth Inning.
He had walked and King tried to sacrifice,
but Instead he hit to Andreas, who threw
to stcond and caught Fisher. Smith tried
to complete a double and In doing so hit
Fisher on the Jaw with the ball.
Captain Franck pulled off the stellar play
of the game In the seventh Inning. Welch
knocked one through Sanders and It looked
safe, but Captain Franck scooted across
to second Just as fat as Wallace In the
palmy day. He made a beautiful on
handed pickup and caught the runner at
first.
TOPEKA
DEFEATS
Ft'EBLO
Cooler Crows Bunch Hits In the Sixth
Inning.
TOPEKA, Ka.. June 13. Topeka took
the opener from Pueblo, U to 1. The game
was a daisy until the last half of the
fourth, when a hit and sacrifice and an in
field out scored one for Topeka. Before
that both teams went out one, two. three.
In the seventh four hits In a row, a walk
and a sacrifice netted four runs. The
Score:
PUEBLO.
AB. R. H. O. A. E.
Hogrlever 3b 2 0 0 0 2 0
Jehl, c 1 0 0 0 1 0
Galgano, 3b 0 0 0 0 0 0
Curtis, If 2 0 0 1 0 0
Clark, lb 3 0 0 12 0 1
Spencer, cf 4 0 0 2 0 0
Walters, 2b 4 1 2 2 3 1
Miller, rf 3 0 0 0 0 0
Cochran, as 2 0 1 2 5 1
Mitxe, c, 3b 4 0 0 6 1 1
Hatch, p 3 0 0 0 3 0
Totals 29 1 3 24 15 4
TOPEKA.
AB. R. H, O. A. E.
Worley. cf 3 1 1 0 0 0
Geler. rf 2 2 1 4 0 0
Kunkle, 3b 4 1112 0
Fenlon, If 3 112 0 0
Abbott, lb 2 0 0 11 2 0
Kahl. 2b 4 0 1 4 3 1
Pownle. ss 4 0 0 1 3 0
McManus, e 3 0 0 1 0 0
Kaufman. P 1 0 0 2 7 2
Totals 29 S 6 27 17 2
Pueblo 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 01
Topeka 0 0 0 1 0 4 0 0 -6
Bases on balls: Off Kaufman. 4: off
Hatch, 3. Struck out: By Hatch. 4. Sac
rifice hits: Fenlon, Abbott, Hogrlever,
Miller. Stolen bane: Geler, Abbott, Kahl.
1-eft on bases: Topeka. 2; Pueblo, t. Double
plays: Walter to Cochran; Kaufman to
Kunkle to Abbott. Time: 1:45. Umpire:
Qlenalvln.
DEI MOIRES "wmsTmOM LINCOLN
Two Errors and Foir Hits Result In
Fonr Rans In Fifth.
PES MOINES, June 13 Two errors by
the Lincoln Infield and four hits by Pes
Moines In the fourth Inning gave Des
Moines four runs and the game, f i to 2. A
base on balls, a sacrifice hit and a single
by Shea gave the locals one In the second
also. Aside from those two innlnga Mc
Cafferty was unhlttable. A base on balls
to Waldron and hits by Fox, Davidson
and Jude scored two for Lincoln In the
sixth., Lang, as usual, pitched great ball.
The Score:
PES MOINES.
AB. K. H.
O.
A.
0
4
0
0
0
4
3
3
0
E
Bader. If .
Colllgan, ss
, 4
3
0
1
Mattlck, cf
4
0
Pwyer. lb 4
1
0
0
0
0
0
Palton. rf
Nelhoff. 3b .
Williams, 3b
Shea, c
Lang, p ....
Totals
29 6
I 27 13
LINCOLN.
AH. R
H.
0
1
2
0
2
0
e
o
o
o.
l
6
l
l
0
6
1
0
0
A.
0
2
0
1
0
2
0
1
0
Waldron. rf 3
Fox. b 4
Pavidson, cf 4
Thomas, lb 4
Jude. If 4
Gagnler, ss 4
Sullivan, e 3
Prltchett. Sb 3
MoCafferty, p 3
Masut 1
Totals 33
S 24 12
Batted for Irltchett In ninth.
Des Moines 0 1 0 4 0 0 0
Lincoln 0 0 0 0 0 2 0
0-2
First base on balls: Off Lang. 2: off
McCaffeny, 4. Passed ball: Sullivan.
Struck out: By Lang. 7: by McCaf forty.
Stolen bases: Nelhoff (2). Davidson,
Gagnler. IkjuUIo play: Fox (ifnasslsted).
Sacrifice hit: Nelhoff. Left on bases:
Pes Moines, 5; Lincoln, (. Time: 1:45.
Umpire: Mullen. Attendance, 2,000.
Gauata Postponed.
At Wltchita Wichita-Denver gams post
poned; rain.
West Oak Wins froan Mlaaeola.
GLEN WOOD, la.. June 11 (Special. )
West Oak won yesterday's ball game here
against Mlnnsoia. Score. West Oak, a;
Mlnneola, 2. Batteries: Mlnneola, Kruae
brothers; West Oak, Albve and Bower.
Umpire, Clerk Davis.
(hleaaro Americans Win.
BRIDGEPORT. Conn.. June II 4 Exhibi
tion game.) C'.ilcago Americana, 12, Bridge
port Connecticut league), 4.
Standing of the Teams
WEST. LKAUIE. I AM EH ASS N.
W.L.Pct.l W.L.Pct.
Wichita 25 1 .!' Indianapolis. .33 24 ..:.7
Omaha M 17 .woo, Milwaukee. ...30 24 .5M
Sioux City. ..22 17 .54. Louisville ...29 2H .527
Pes Moines. .23 20 ."A Columbus ....30 27 MM
Topeka 20 14 .5-' M Inneapolls. .27 27 M
Denver 19 20 .47 Toledo 2S 2s .472
Lincoln 14 2; ,:'fl. Kansas City. 22 30 .
pueblo 14 28 .313-St. Paul 19 29 .31
NAT L. LLAUIK. AM KR. LEAGUE.
W.L.IVt.l W L.Pct.
Pittsburg ...33 12 .733 Detroit 29 16 .644
Chicago 81 IX .Philadelphia. .25 IS .6M
Cincinnati ..27 22 ..VI, New York 22 19 .f.37
New York ,.:2 2t) .."i24. Boston J4 21 .U3
Philadelphia. 20 23 . 4H. Cleveland ....21 22 .4s
St. I .nil Is 13 29 . 432 Chicago 19 22 .4'J
Brooklyn 17 27 ,3v; St. Louts 17 2 .38
Boston 13 31 .32, Washington. .14 27 . 341
GAMES TODAY.
Western League Sioux City at Omaha,
Dener at Wichita, Pes Moines at Lincoln,
Pueblo at Topeka.
National league Boston at Chicago,
New York at Cincinnati, Philadelphia at
St. Louis, Brooklyn at Pittsburg.
American League Chicago at New York,
Detroit at Washington, Cleveland at Bos
ton. American Association Milwaukee at
Louisville, Kansas City at Columbus, St.
Paul at Indianapolis,1 Minneapolis at
Toledo.
GAMES I AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
Indianapolis Bnnehes lilts and Taftes
Game from St. I'anl.
INDIANAPOLIS. Ind.. June 13 Indian
apolis bunched two singles with three er
rors In the fourth inning snd took the first
game of the St. Paul series, 4 to 1, today.
Rowley's all around playing featured the
contest. Score:
INDIANAPOLIS. ST. PAIL.
AB.H.O. A.E. AB.H.O. A.E.
"hadbounie.lt 10 0 0 0 Davit, ct 4 0 J 0 0
Crosa. aa 4 0 I 1 tiUy, 2b.. 10 5 10
Hayden. rf . . 4 i 0 l OFIynn, It.... 4 10 0 0
Wakefield, lb I 1 It II 1 Armbrueter.rf 4 1 I 0 u
De.Meon. Ct. 2 1 0 0 0 O'Brien. aa... I 0 1 0 I
Burke, 3b 3 0 4 ODtniljer, lb. 4 1 COO
Howler, c... 117 1 otorkmas, lb. 1 0 1 I 0
Wllllame, 2b. 1 0 1 4 Ocarlacb, c... 3 16 10
Slagla, p S 0 0 3 0 Hall, p 0 0 I 0
LIM 1 0 0 0
Totala 2 6:7 1" J
Total! It I 14 I
Batted for Wrlgley In the ninth.
Indianapolis 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 4
St. Paul 0 0010000 0 i
Double plays: Hall to Carisch to Wriir-
ley; Burke to Wakefield. First base on
errors: Indianapolis, 3; St. Paul, 1. Bases
on balls: off Magh-, 2; otf Hall, 1. Struck
out: By Slagle, j; by Hall, 5. Sacrifice
hit: Davidson. Ltft on bases: InrilanaD-
ollB, 3; St. Paul, 4. I'assed ball: Howley.
Time, 1:36. Umpires, Hayes and King.
Kansas City Wins from Colombo.
COLUMBUS, O.. June 13,-Kansas City
won the first of the series, 6 to 3, by play
ing a better game generally than Colum
bus. Molarity's errors paved the way for
three runs. Love's fielding was a feature.
Score:
COLUMBfg. KANSAS CITT.
AB.H .O A E A3. H O. A.E.
Clarke, It.... 4 0 4 0 0 Hallman, rf. 4 12 0 4
Moriarltjr, aa. 4 1 6 3 3 Shannon, cf.. 3 3 1 0 0
Kruger, cf... 4 1 0 0 0 Berkley, lb... 6 1 16 1 0
('onialton. rf 4 1 0 0 OHelllnj, 3b.. 4 3 13 0
Fi-hreek, lb,. 3 3 1 0 0 Braihear. 2b. 6 0 I 6 0
Jeroea, c 3 1 6 2 0 Love. s 4 3 3 6 0
ORourke, lb 4 0 4 4 0 Bo I lea. If 4 1 I 0 0
frlel. lb 4 3 0 1 OSulllvan, c... 4 10 0 0
Milllgan, p.. 0 0 0 1 0 Flaherty, p.. 4 1 0 4 0
Vpp, p 41010
Totala IT 11 27 U 0
Totala 34 37 14 I
Columbus 00020100 0 ,1
Kansas City 20003100 06
Stolen bases: Friel, Hallman, Beckley,
Love. Sacrifice hits: Hallman, Shannon,
Hetling. Sacrifice fly: James. First on
balls: Off Upp, 1; off Flaherty, 1. Two
base hit: Hetling. Three-base hits: James,
Beckley. Double plays: Beckley to Love.
Struck out: By Milllgan, 1; by Upp. 3.
Innings pitched: By Milllgan, 2'i; bv Upp,
S. Hits: Off Milllgan. 5; off Upp 6.
Time: 1:42. Umpire: Sullivan.
Milwaukee Wins Game.
LOUISVILLE, June 13 Mil waukee broke
Its losing streak today by defeating Louis
ville in the first game of the series. Selby
pitched himself out of several tight places,
while Dougherty was steady. Moran's
home run In the third inning, bringing In
two runs, was ihe feature. Score:
LOUISVILLE. MILWAUKEE.
AB H.O.A E AB.HO A K
Danlear?, cf. 4 3 0 0 o Roblnion. as. 6 2 7 i 0
Woodruff, 1M I I t Harry, rf I 3 t 0 9
rielehanly. cf 4 0 1 0 0 Randall, cf.,6 3 1 0 1
Olion. 2b 4 1 3 4 0 ati-Gann, lb.. 8 1 0 0
lhltiman, If. 3 1 3 0 Orlark. 3b 10 110
Tale, lb 4 0 10 2 0 Mc( ormlck,3b 6 0 0 3 0
Rellly. aa ... 3 0 1 6 1 H entailer, c., 4 3 7 0 1
PelU. c 3 0 0 0 nouxhertjr. p. 3 1 1 1 9
belby. p 4 1 0 2 0 Moran, If ... 4 13 0 0
Totala....
.33 6 37 14 1 Totala 37 12 11 2
0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0-3
0 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 37
IiOtilsvllle ...
Milwaukee ..
Stolen base
Olsen. Sacrifice hit: Pelts.
Dougherty. Sacrifice
fly: Clark. Two-
base hits: Hostetter. Robinson. Three-
base hits: Dougherty. Punleavy. Home
run: Moran. Pouble play: Selhv to Tate
to Pelts. .Struck out: By Selby. 4; by
Dougherty, 6. Bases on balls: Off Selby,
3; off Dougherty, 2. Wild pitch: Selby.
Lett on bases: Louisville. 6; Milwaukee, 6.
Time: 2:00. Umpires: Owen and Eckman.
Minneapolis Is Shot Ont.
TOLEDO. June 13. Minneapolis was un
able to get to Owen and was shut out.
Toledo counted up four runs with seven hits
before the end of the fourth, whei Gates
was supplanted ny Wilson, who allowed
only one hit and stopped the runmaking.
Score ;
TOLEDO. MINNEAPOLIS.
AB H O A E AB.H.O A E
Nalljr. rf I 1 0 0 0 Oiler.
Hlnchrean. 2b 1 6 1 4 OQulllen, rf.
Smoot. cf.... S 1 1 0 0 Downa, Jb. ,
Hhkman. If. 4 1 2 0 0 O' Nell, cf .
Freeman, lb. I 1 II t OOravalh. If.
Land, e list OOill. lb
McCarthy, aa. I I 4 i Ornlllna, Sb.
Elwert, lb... S 1 3 0 lllwk, c...
Owen, p I 0 II 4 Oi'etea, p...
Wltaon, p..
Totals l.n t
totala M 24 .1 0
Toledo 1 0 0 3 0 0 9 0 4
Minneapolis 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 00
Two-base hits: McCarthy, Qulllin. Land
Home run: Nally. Pouble plays: Cates to
Oliver, McCarthy to Hinchman to Freeman,
Hlnchman to McCarthy to Freeman. Hit
by pitched ball: Hy Owen. 1. Bases on
balls: Off Owen. 3: off Catee. 1: off Wil
son, 2. Sacrifice hits: Smoot. Freeman.
Qulllin. Land. Hits: Off Cates, 7 In four
Innings; off Wilson, 1 in five Innings.
Struck out: By Owen. 2: by Wilson, 2.
Left on bases: Toledo, 4: Minneapolis, 6.
Time: 1:36. empire: conanan
Crete Defeats Dorchester.
CRETE, Neb., June 11 (Special.) Crete
beat Porcheater In the return game Satur
day afternoon by the score of 6 to 1. Par
sons was effective in the box for Crete
Pats of Crete got two two-Daggers and u
single and Dyers of Dorchester got a two.
baaner and two singles. Score by Innings
Crete 00010060 0
Dorchester 00100000 01
Batteries: Crete, Parsons and Holbert
Dorchester, A. I Morrasy and E. Morrasy
Umpire: Smith.
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LEFT HAXDERS HAVE BATTLE
Errorless Game at Cincinnati Marked
by Sensational Fielding.
ONE-HAHTJED CATCH FEATURE
Giants Lose by Score of a to lSt.
Loala Pitchers Are lilt Hard and
Often In Raised Game with
Philadelphia.
CINCINNATI, O., June 13 It was a bat
tle of left handers when the Cincinnati
and New Torks met In the third game of
the series here this afternoon. Campbell
had a shade the better of It, and won out
by the margin of one run. Both pitchers
received sensational support, a one-handed
catch by Murray being the feature. The
score :
CINCINNATI.
KKW YORK.
ABU O A K
AB H O.A.K
Beeeher, If.. 4 I I 0 0 Tenner, lb... 4
0
Elan. n 1
VDorle, 2b.
I 0
0 U
0 0
Oakee. cf 4 10
0 OHeriog, rf ...
4 M'rrey. If
OO'Hara. cf...
0 ei'erlln. lb...
0 ORrldwell, aa..
Lobert, 3b .. J 1 0
Mitcbell, rf.. I 1 3
0 0
Hohlltiell, lb 2 0 li
McLean, c... Ill
IKiwnev. aa.. I 1 I
a U-Merkla
Campbell, p.. I 0 0 I 0 Meyers, c.
Wiltae, p
Totala M 27 2 0-Sthlel ..
Totala 33 I 24 11
Batted for Bridwell In the ninth.
Hatted for Wiltse in the ninth.
Cincinnati 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 2
New York 0 0000010 01
Two base hit: Mitchell. Three base hits:
Beschet. Murray. Sacrifice hits: Lobert.
Mitchell, Hoblitrell. Do-1- Brldwell. Dou
ble play: Downey .o rgar. to Koblitxcll.
Bases on bails: Of Cainubeil, 2. Struck
out: By Campbell. 1: by Wiltse. 4. Time.
1:00. Umpires. Klem and Kane.
All Pitchers Are Hit Hard.
ST. LOUIS. Mo.. June 13. Philadelphia
smothered St. IajuIs In the third game or
the series today,- score 10 to 4. The St.
ixtuts pitchers were hit hard and often,
while Mcuulllen of the visiting team was
driven from the box In the third. Roger
Bresnahan plaved center fed. leulaon
Shaw. St. Louis used four pitchers. Score:
ST. LOl'IS. PHILADELPHIA.
AB.H.O.A B AB.H.O. A.E.
Byrne, lb.... 4 2 3 4 0 sheen, lb ... ( 3 14 0
Elite. If 4 3 1
Breanahan, cf 4 2 I
Konelchr, lb 4 I 11
V 0 Grant, Ib I 1 0 0
0 4 Maiee, It I 1 J 0 0
1 OTItua. rf 6 t 4 0
Evaoe, rf....
4 2 10 1 Pranaflald, lb 5 8 14 0 0
Phelpa, c...
Hulawltt, aa.
Gilbert, ib..
6 0 t 0 0 Delnlnier, cf 4 1 1 0 0
4 3 0 1 ODoolan, aa.... 4 1 1 4 0
4 10 11 Dooln, c I 1 4 0 0
10 0 1 OMi'Uulllen. p. 1 0 0 1 0
0 0 0 1 0 Richie, p 4 1 0 1 0
00000
0 0 0 0 0 Total. u 14 21 14 0
Beebe, p....
Mnre, p
Rhodea, p...
Hlfiins, p.
shaw 1 0 0 0 0
Delehanly ..1 0 0 0 0
Totala 34 11 27 12 3
Batted for More In the sixth.
Batted for Rhodes In the eighth.
Philadelphia 0 4023100 010
St. Louis 0 0 3 0 0(1 0 1 0- 4
Two base hits: Delnlnaer. Bransfleld. 2:
Evans. Magee. Three base hit; Shean.
Sacrifice hits: Grant. Delnlnaer. Doolan.
Double plays: More to Konetchy to Phelps;
uooian 10 Miean to uransneid. stolen
base: Grant. Hit by pitched ball: Hy
Mcqulllen (Byrne). Bases on balls: Off
Bebte. l: oil More. 1: off Richie. 3. Struck
out: By Bet.ee, 1; by McQulllen, 1; by
tticnie, z; Dy More, l; Dy Rhodes, 1. Pitch
ing record: Off McQulllen, 6 hits In IS
Innings; off Richie. 6 hits In 6 Innings;
off Bebee, 10 hits In 4i Innings; off Hig
glns. none In 1 Inning; off More, 3 hits in
1H Inning; off Rhodes, 3 hits In 2 innings.
Left on bases: St. Louis. 11: Philadelnhla.
8. Time of game. 2:04. Umnli-es. ) Hav
ana r.msue.
Poor Game at Chicago.
CHICAGO, June 11 Boston gave a poor
exhibition of fielding today, but Chicago
nearly lost the game at that. Boston's
niirplays, with bases on balls, virtually
gave cnicago seven runs and bunched hit
ting scored Boston s first three. Chicago
went to pieces in the ninth and al owed
four tallies nn three errors, a gift and one
hit. Score: .
CHICAGO. BOSTON.
AB.H.O.A B. AB.H.O. A.E
Even, 2b I 1 4 4, 1 Barker, rf.... i 110 1
Sheckard, If.. 4 110 0 Starr. 2b t 1 0 3 4
Hnfman. cf.. 4 1 1 0 1 Baiaa. If & 2 1 1 4
stelnfeldt. lb 4 0 i 0 Beaumont, cf 4 1 1 0 9
Howard, lb.. 111 O OSe-eener. Sb. 3 13 1
Bchulte. rf... t 1 0 1 OAutrer. lb... t 0 15 0 1
timmerjnan.aa I 13 0 1 Dahlen, aa... 4 1 3 2
Moran. e 1 I I I a smith, c 4 O 0 0 1
Brown, p ... 110 1 0 Ferguaon, p.. I 1 0 4 0
eneck 1 0 0 0 0
Tola la 14 27 10 I
Totala 37 t 24 It
Batted for Ferguson In ninth.
Chicago 0 1 1 6 0 0 3 0 9
Boston 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 47
Two-base hits: Zimmerman. Moran (2)
Schulte, Sweeney. . Three-base, hit : How-
srd. Sacrifice hit: Zimmerman. Sacrifice
riy stelnfeldt. Stolen bases: Bates, Evers,
Sweeney. Left on bases: Chicago. 9: Bos
ton, 4. Bases on balls: Off Brown, 2: off
rerguson, 6. r irst base on errors: Chicago,
M, Boston, 2. Struck out: By Brown, 3.
Time: 1:56. Umpires: Rlgler and Truby. .
HOLLYS REMAIN IN TOP PLACES
South Omaha Hoctors Fall to Dis
place Team and Lose 4 to 3.
The Hollys again landed on ton at
Benson Eaglo park In a game with the
south Omaha Hoctors, winning by a score
of 4 to 3. The game was to be only seven
innings, but the Hoctors proved surprls
lngly strong and It was necessary to play
nine innings to decide tne victor. - The
Hollys had men on bases all through the
game, but Wright pulled himself out of
several bad holes, being backed up at times
by sensational support. P. Kelly lor the
Hollys pitched easily, scores
HOLLYS. HOXTAR8.
AB.H O.A.E AB.H.O. A.E.
Falconer, cf.. 4 t
J. Kelly. 3b.. b 0
Klllham. 3b.. 1 t
Ulbeon, e I 0
Daufberty, lb 4 I
Mt-Andrewa.rf 4 0
Murphy, ta... 4 2
nresaman. If. 3 1
P. Kelly, p... 4
0 0 0 Baker, aa 4 1 I 1 1
3 3 0 D. Brown, lb 4 1 7 0 0
I 0 Vance, cf.... 4 110
ISO gwalaky. If... 4 O 0 0
110 Shtelde. :b... 4 1 I I
1 I 1 J. Brown, c. I 2 I 1
I ft 0 Mllrhlaon. Sb 4 0 2 1
I 0 (Harlan, rf.... 4 0 0 0
I 3 OWrlsht, p.... 3 114
ToUle 37 10 27 HI 1 Totala IS T 24
Home runs: Brown, Falconer. Two-base
hits: Gillham. Shields. Bases on balls: Off
Kelly. 1: off Wright. 1. Stolen bases:
Dougherty, P. Kelly. Hit by pitched ball:
By Kelly, l; by Wright. I. struck out
By Kelly, 9; by Wright, 7. Sacrifice hit:
utiinam. umpire: waiao c Koacn.
Hardware Men Win.
The fast Lee-Glass-Andreesen team de
feated Florence in a rather one-sided game
at Florence yesterday by a score of II to 0.
Sharp fielding and hard hitting marked
the work of the lee-iilass-Andreeaen team
throughout the game, while Bunnell al
lowed Florence but rpur scattered hits.
Next Sunday the Lee-Qlass-Andreesen
team will play the fast Fremont team at
Fremont. Score: R.H,
L.-U.-A 3 0 0 0 0 7 1 0 011 12 6
Florence 0 00000000061
Struck out- By Bunnell, 3; by Jones. 4
Batteries: I,ee-(ilans-Andreeaen, Bunnell
and Clair: Florence, Jones and Williams
Umpire: Matthews.
Hanarom Parka Take Place.
The Hanscom Parks won a very Interest-
Harney 3447 or Harney 377 any night and
Omaha by the score of 7 to 6. Cuttle
pitched a nice game for the Hanscom Parks
and t'ike or tne Y. M. A. a n..i one bad
inning, which gave the game to the Hans
com Parks. McCormlck's batting was the
feature of the came. Score:
Hanscom Parks 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 7
Y. M. A. C. s 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 6
Batteries: Hanscom Parks. Cuttle and
Hollander: Y. M. A. C.'s, Pike and Yost.
The Hanscom Parks are anxious to hear
from any ls-year-old team In the city. Call
Harney 3447 or Harner 377 any night and
some player will be ready to book games.
Red Cross shuts Out Kearney.
GRAND ISLAND. Neb., June IS. (Spe
cial. I Kearney was shut out by Grand
Island Red Crosa here today. Score:
R.H.E.
Kearney 0 0000000 00 3 3
Red Cross 2 0020000 4 3 5
Batteries: Kearney, Murphy and Brown;
Grand Island, Jones and Ettlng.
Little Mlaaoarl'i Win.
LOGAN. Ia., June 1J. (Special.) The
base ball game between the Little Missou
ri of Omaha and Logan played here re
sulted In a victory for Omaha. Score, S
to 0.
Omaha: Catcher, Whaley; pitcher, Will
iams. Logan: Catcher, Norman; pitchers,
Relder and Kretlow.
Benson Victors Make- Good.
The Benton Victors defeated the Walter
O. Clarka Sunday on the latter's ground
by the score of 14 to 11. The Walter O.
Clarks started out fast, scoring four run
In the first Inning and two In the second,
making a total of six to the tteusoii Vic
tors' nothing. The Benson Victors scored
a lonely tun In the thud, but In the fourth
started a bailing rally which netted five
runs and tied the score. The Walter O
Clarks could not score again until the ninth,
when they stored live runs.
HERE 1 DM! THAT WAS FAST"
Took Joat Fifty-Three Mlnotea for
(inn llnh to Win from Benson.
The Townsend llun Comnanv team added
another victory to the list yesterday after
noon out at Benson park, when they de
feated the Benson team by the score f 4
to 1.
The gftme was one of the fastest seen nu
the Benson grounds this year, being piayeu
in T3 minutes. Dusty Coons, the Invincible
twlrler or. rather, Invincible until yester
day, as this is the first defeat for him this
season, was on the mound for the Eagles
an( he pitched a good game, striking out
six and allowing only seven hits
Bradley, who used to twirl for Fremont.
hurled the horsehlde for the Townsends.
and he pitched a magnificent game, strik
ing out rive and allowing only eight lilts
and at critical stages of the game the bend
ers and twisters he delivered were unhlt-
ble. Kastman and U. Coe of the Town-
sends and Benson teams, respectively
walked off with the hatting honors, both
getting three safe drives. Blgelow's run
ning catch of a line drive was easily the
feature of the contest. The Towm-ends
have no game for the 4th or Bth of Julv.
and any fast out-of-town team wishing
inese aates address r. yuigley, 3111 Ma
ple, or telephone Pone Ins 4034 or Wnh.
ster 2MiS. The Townsends play Hoopei
tieo. i next ssunoay. fcore:
TO WNH ENDS. BENSON RAGLES.
AB.H O. A.E. AH 11.(1 A K
Raalman, aa. 6 S 0
Blrelnw, f... 4 0 1
Purkea. Sb... I I" I
Spetlman, c. 4 0 4
0 Neno. 2h
4 0 2 1
4 10 2
t 0 13 0
4 t 0
110 0
4 3 0 0
OKucera. aa
0 Vernlns. lb..
0 c. Coe. c
QulKley, ct... 4 I 1
n Reed. f...
Driu,heny, lb 4 I 10 0 OB. Oe. cf...,
Mullen, rf 4 A S
Alklna, 2b... 4 9 4
0 0 McOowan. rf. 2 1 1 1
1 0 Barney, lb... 4 0 3 1
4 Ocoona. p 4 1 0 4
Bradley, p... 4 0 0
Totala SJ 7 S7 11 0 Totals 11 I 27 11
Townsends 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 34
Benson 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 I
Stolen bases: Outalev. B. Coe. Pouihcrtv
Sacrifice hits: Venning, McGowan, Blge-
iow. Mil wrtn pitched ball: Reed, Vermlng.
t-uut-R out I5V nran ev. n: nv i.oonN h
Two-base hit: McGowan.
GAMES
IN
THHF.E-I
LB AG IE
Peoria Defeats Blooming-ton by
Paring Base Running;.
BLOOMINGTON. 111., June 12-Peorli
dereated Bloomingtnn 2 to 1 tori a v In
close game. Victory was due to daring
base running, score: R.H.E
Bloomington 000001 00 01 9 I
Peoria 00001010 02 11 3
Batteries: Davidson and Langdon; Keup-
per ana iitggtns.
Rock Island ' Defeats Dnbnqne.
ROCK ISLAND. 111., June 13-Bolh sides
batted rreely, Dubuque's errors helping
Rock Island to win. Score: R.H.E.
Rock Island 0024001 1 8 10 2
Dubuque 00040000 04 9 6
Batteries: Lakaff. Wilson and Jacobson;
unities, aimer ana rsunamaser.
Timely Hitting Wins Game.
SPRINGFIELD. 111., June 13.-Springfleld
won by timely hitting in the tenth Innlnir.
Otto Burns met his first defeat since win
ning his record-breaking twenty-slx-lnning
game at Mioomington. Score: R.H.E
Springfield 100200000 14 8 2
Decatur 000020100 03 9
Batteries: Stelger and Donavan; Burns
and fischer.
Wild Playing: at Cedar Haplds.
CEDAR RAPIDS, la., June 13. Cedar
Rapids dropped today's game to Daven
port py wild playing in the second and
third Innings. Score: R.H.E
Cedar Rapids 10010010 03 8 0
Davenport 03210100 07 12
Batteries: Waldron, Spencer and Kelley
Smith and Edwards.
NATIONAL
LEAGUE
STANDING
Thirty-Four Gaines Have Not Been
Played Becanse of Weather.
NEW YORK, June 13-The standing of
the National league clubs, given out of
ficially for the first time this season by
acting r-iesiaent jonn Heydler today, was.
inciuentaiiy, a weatner report. 11 was
shown that In addition to many postponed
games which have alreadv heen nlavnl
off, there remains an accumulation of no
fewer than thirty-four games which It has
not yet been possible to play on account
01 rain or coia weather.
By a decision of the board of directors,
the game of Aprtl 23, won by Pittsburg
from Cincinnati by a score of 2 to 1. was
ordered played over, Pittsburg conse
quently losing the credit of winning a
game and Cincinnati being debited with
one less defeat. The board of directors
still has another protest before It, Brook
lyn wanting tne game of May 16 with
Pittsburg thrown out of the records, hut
until the directors make their decision It
win nana as at present a win for Pitts
burg and a defeat for Brnnblv-n
The official standlna of the Katlnnai
league up to and Including Saturday, June
i-, is aui xuiiuwb;
Post
Clubs. W. L
Pittsburg 33 12
Chicago 30 IS
Cincinnati 24 22
New York .- 22 19
Philadelphia 19 23
St. Louis l 2
Brooklyn 17 27
Boston 13 so
Pet. poned.
8
7
11
10
6
10
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.462
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ERRORS
MIX
WITH
SCORES
Americans Win from Hamblers at
Florence Park.
The Americans defeated the Ramblers
Sunday at Florence park by a score of 4
to 2, for the second time this season.
Errors were numerous on both sides, each
making five. The Americans had the hit
ting honors, getting nine safe ones off
ijeriy nirscn. wntie the Hamblers could
only find Brodbeck for four.
Brodbeck pitched a good game, striking
uui nine men ana allowing nut rour oln
gles.
The Americans are looking for a game
next nunnay, in or out of town. Call Red
oroi, alter p. m. score:
AMERICANS. RAMBLERS
AB.H.O.A E. AB.H.O.A K
Colllna, Sb... 6 1
0 0 1 McOuaan. If. 4 0 2 0 1
Farley, lb ... 3 0
Capp. tb 4 3
7 1 0 Tracy, as 4 1 2 i I
3 0 1 Hamilton. Sb I 0 1 3 0
Williams, c. I
1 OTuttle. 2b 4 0 3 1
Denny, lf-rf.. 4 1 Oswelti, rf
Usert. If.... 1 0 3 ) OTheur, lb
4 10 0 1
4 0 13 0 0
I 0 6 I O
1 0 0 0 0
1 0 0 0 0
Ko, rf 1 1
Lennlaon, ct 3 3
Smith, aa 4 2
' 2 bans.
1 0 OCoad, rf....
I IHouta. rf.
drodbeck, p.. 4 0 '4 OHIrech. p 3 10 4 0
Totala SI 27 10 4 Totala It 4 24 14 I
Americans 0 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 4
Ramblers 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 02
Two-base hit: Rapp. Stolen bases: Col
lins, Itapp, Farley, Fox, Brodbeck, Smith
(2), McGugan, Swells, Dans. Sacrifice
hits: Williams. Dygert, Hlrsch. Double
play: Tracy to Tuttle. Bases on balls: Off
Hlrsch, 3; off Brodbeck, 6. Struck out: JU
Brodbeck, 9; by Hirsch, 3. Time: 1:65. Um
pire: Lynch.
BHODHtiAARDS WIS GOOD ta A M IS j
Coronas Bnttled for Four Innlnga, but
Lost 14 to K. I
The Brodegaard Crowns and the Coronas
met Sunday afternoon on the Crown's
grounds In what looked like a close game !
for four Innings, but resulted 14 to 2 In I
favor of the Crowns. In the first half of I
the third, the Coronas led by making two'
runs of clean hits, but Nelson held them I
there and retired the side quickly. When
the Brodegaard boys came to bat in their I
batr or the third. Iloche led off with a
clean single; Lemley followed him with a
long drive to left, and before the ball could
be returned to the diamond, Itoche and
Lemley had both crossed the pan. tying the
score. After that it was rather easy meat
for the Brodegaard boys and they took the
game In an easy style by heavy hitting.
Nelson was In the best nf shape and he
had gilt edged support, as the score will
show. Several times the Coronas had men
on bases, but were held there by steady
pitching and fast fielding on the part of
Nelson and his teammates. This makes
the seventh straight victory for the Crowns.
Score by innings: R.H.E.
Brodegaard 0 0 t 1 4 0 1 14 lb' 0
Coronas 002000000 I 6 6
Batteries: Brodegaards, Nelson and Ny
strom; Coronas, Hadock and Prefky.
Base Ball Team for Hastings.
HASTINGS, Neb.. June U (Special.) A
fund of 11.600 has been subscribed for the
Hastings base ball team and Manager
Harms expects to have his men together In
time to begin playing In about ten days.
Games with any amateur or professional
team In the state will be Invited.
Joseph Orlando Is Winner.
NEW YORK. June ll-Defeating a field
of 138 starters, Joseph Orlando of the Em
pire City Wheolmen. New York, won the
amateur bicycle Marathon today, over a
course from Valley Stream to Massapequa
and return on the Merrick road. Long Is
land. Patsy Pemans. National Athletic
club, was second, and Flovd W. Bedell of
Baldwin, L. I., third. The winners time
was 1 hour 18 minutes and 6"S seconds, but
he had a five-minute advantage In the
handicap art augement.
A N DF.R B I t.T WINS THE DERtlV
Ills Horse Nraofol Tnkea Down stake
Worth S40.UOO.
PARIS. June 13 The French Derby was
run today at Chantlllv. and was won bv
W. K. Vanderhllt's Negofol In Impressive
style from Kdniond Blanc's Unloti. wltn
NeeTofol's stable comnanlon. Oversight,
third. The stake was worth and the
race was witnessed by an immense crowd,
Including thousands of Americans, who won
heavily on the American victory.
The French Derby Is a 8-year-old event
at one mile and a half. Ijst year W. K.
Vanderbllt s Seasick 11 ran a dead heat
with M. E. Dlsihsnip's Quintette II, and In
1KM, Mr. Vandci hilt s Malntenon won this
stake. Today Oversight was sent out in
front and made all the running to the
stretch, when Negofol, closely attended by
Union, came through and won In a drive
by several lengths. The Vanderbllt stable
was a favorite In the betting at 2 to 1,
wltk Union and Baron De Rothschild's
Verdun about an equal choice. There were
twenty-one entries.
HAYES St KFKRi FHOM CRAMP
la Forced to Retire from Running
Twenty-Mile Race.
. KANSAS CITY. June 13 Johnny Hayes,
winner nf the Olympic Marathon, after
running nine miles of a twenty-mile match
race here this afternoon with John Svan
bei g of Sweden, was seized with a cramp
and was forced to retire. Svanberg finished
the race. His time was 1 hour 62 minutes
33 seconds. Svanberg led Hayes by four
laps at the time of the latter's retirement.
Theodore Nicholas, a local runner, went
twelve mller. of the Journey, but was un
able to finish.
Everyone would be beiientea by taking
Foley's Orlno Laxative for constipation,
stomach and liver trouble, as It sweetens
the stomach and breath, gently stimulates
the liver and regulates the bowels and Is
much superior to pills and ordinary lax
atives. Why tlot try Foley's Orlno Laxa
tive today? Sold by all druggists.
Young Klein
Breaks Jail
Boy Held as Witness Does Stunt in
Matron's Department and
is Free.
By breaking through two transoms cov
ered with strong Iron screening, stealing
a clothesline and sliding down it to the
ground after fastening one end to a bed
post, Carrl Klein, who says he Is only 17
years of age, escaped from the matron's
department In the second story of the city
Jail building late Saturday afternoon.
A score or more of prisoners In the city
and county Jails, but not a single officer
or deputy, witnessed his successful Jail
break. The prisoners softly applauded the
venture, gave Klein words of encourage
ment and loudly rejoiced after he had got
ten away.
He had been locked In a combination
room and cell on the second story of the
police station by Matron Ellen Gibbons,
who was called away for half an hour on
business. When she returned she Imme
diately discovered that he had escaped.
Although an effort Is being made to find
him. the police have not yet succeeded.
Klein was not regarded as an Important
prisoner, although held over by order of
Police Judge Crawford since Friday. He
was arrested by Officer McCarthy Friday
afternoon and was supposed to have been
a companion of an unidentified young
man who slightly cut Gus Vlrgien when
the latter remonstrated over an alleged
Insult offered a woman.
Now the police) believe that Klein may
have ben the stabber, an he seemed so
anxious to get out of the hands of the
officers. He had not been Identified, how
ever, and could not be connected with
the cutting affray Saturday. When placed
in Jail, he said he lived at 2618 North
Eighteenth street.
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Former Genei
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nl Freight Aaent
Passes A nay in
Omaha.
ol
Kingsley ( Morehouse, for a number of
years general freight agent of the Fremont,
Elkhorn ft Missouri Valley railroad, with
headquarters In Omaha, and more recently
general manager of the S. JM. A P. rail
road, with headquarters at Stanley, Wis.,
died Sunday at noon at the home of h.s
son. Rex Morehouse, Thirtieth and Mason
streets, aged !" years.
For more than thirty years Mr. Mor
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been connected for that length of time
with the Elkhorn road, now a part of the
Northwestern, H. C. Hurt being at that
time general manager of the road.
Mr. Morehouse leaves a wife, one son
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funeral w-lll be held from All Saints' church
at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, and burial
will be at Forest Lawn.
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rteran Trainer Is Dead.
CHICAGO. June 13 "Prof " Jimmy Kelly,
a veteran pugilistic manager and trainer,
died today. Kelly was one of John L.
Sullivan's trainers when the latter was In
ills prime, lie was also manager of "Mys
terious Billy" Smith snd Kthlie Connolly.
Kellv was 48 years old and was born in
Boston.
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