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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE lfi. 1009.
Sioux City Wins From Omaha; O'Neill Suspends Hogriever: Pittsburg Defeats Brooklyn S00 CETS ONE BY. ACCIDENT Beal Explanation it "Lack" in Game Which Resulted 8 to 0. TABLES THEN ON OMAHA AT LAST For Eight Innings HnirVn Held Game Wbtr Thef Needed It Tkm too Did Real In dlaa Trick. Omaha, 6; Sioux City. . With the game practically ltM away tha Rourkes let the Holmes come up from behind In the eighth Inning and cart away the game, to the (treat discomfort of a large array rf nnrne talent. Omaha haa been winning on those tall-end finishes, but the tablea turned yesterday and tha fko won out by hard scrapping. Stanley Robson, owner of the St. Louis National, was in the stand, looking over the prospects of grabbing eome material with which to strengthen his team and he could not have been Impreaaed very strongly with the game that waa played. But three men hit at all for Omaha. Fisher, Schlpke nnrt Oundlng registering twice and the rest falling to make good when a little puke would have won the game. Hollenbeck was not In very good form, ulthough he gut away with his work until the eiKhth lulling nhrn four singles and two stoWn buns scored three runs. He had kept the hltH scattered one to an Inning up to that time, but a batting tally by the tall end of the baiting Hat did the business. Alderman of Tekamah. who pitched a Kod giine Sumlay and lost, waa aent to tho hill out of lita turn to try to stem the string of defeats which Omaha ha been administering to the Sioux and al though it looked bad most of the way through he la credited with a win. He held Omahi to tlx hltH and passed two, ( al though he also hit two. With two atrlkea and three balls on Smith In the flrat Inning and with two out Duke Hollenbeck aailed a pretty one right over the middle of the pan and the former Washington ahortatop caught It wquarely nnd aailed tha ball, over the left field fence. Omaha (tart Out. Omaha waa blanked untU tha third, when Onnding opened up with a single and died on second, when Holly tried to sacrifice. Fisher, with his face In a sling from the hard crack he had received Biinday, picked out one to hia liking and followed the lead of Smith by also hitting for a homer over the left field fence, scoring two. A combination of flukes scored three moie for Omaha In the alxth. Schlpke opened with a single, waa sacrificed to second by Welch and after Perrine had been hit In the neck by a pitched ball, both succeeded in stealing. Kane atruck out and Schlpke. scored w hen Welch Juggled Franck' grounder. Perrine and Franck pulled off a double steal and Smith threw thf ball away In trying to throw home. Towne waa alow fielding the ball and Franck came home also. Sioux City picked up two more runa In tha seventh inning, w;he n with two out Hollenbeck passed Andreas and Smith and Kdmonson hi- a long fly to deep middle right. He tried to stretch a double into H triple and wat nailed at third. In the eighth with one out Stovall hit a hard jiib toward Kane, which : took a lau bound and got by him for a, single. Hunter followed with a single through Hollenbeck and Towns scored Stovall with a single to left. Alderman died Hollen beck to Kane and Campbell hit a single into Klrg's garden, scoring Hunter and Towne. Bat Omaha Came Bark. Omaha had a good chance to tie the score In the eighth, when Schlpke opened the Ini.ing wtth safe poke. He was sac rificed to cecond by Welch and Perrine atruck out. Schlpke went to third on a wild pitch and Kane waa next up. The hope of the fans waa placed In hia hitting the call, but a mlahap spoiled all hope. A ball pitched wild and back an him hit the small end of hia bat and went Into fair territory. Kane waa a little alow getting started and the ball beat him to flrat. Today will ba Sioux Clty'a last, appear and for eome time and Omaha will leave tomorrow on lta western trip, although a run back to Omaha will be made from Lincoln Sunday for a transferred ' game with Lincoln. TPha score: OMAHA. AB. R. II. O. A. E. 10 0 10 0 111 0 1 0 4 10 11 0 14 0 $ 1 0 t 0 0 0 0 26 14 1 Fisher. If King, cf Schtuke. Sb Welch, rf .. Perrine, lb Kane, lb .. Franck. aa Onnnlng. c Hollenbeck, Cadman, Totals 30 6 Hatted for Hollenbeck In the ninth fctovall out, hit by batted ball. SIOUX CITY. - . A8, . R. H. O, .... 0 1 0 .... 4 11 .... 4 I 1 o o a Campbell. If .. And reus, tb Smith, aa Kdmondaon, cf TRIUMPH BOTTLED BEER Brewed from the fine:i western barley matt. Imported Bohemian Hops and sparkling artesian water. Aged from four to six munuu in giasa enomeiea tank, we guarantee its ourity. beauhnilness and AWa !"1 II xl vaeiicioua meiiowriavor t) aJV - .MADE IN OMAHA pa)VvT Y the r RBCVIV mm w, m iinat A Wektrtot lae. tad. uet. r w - - " i1 DOLLARS OR STORIES Standing of the Teams WEST. LEAGUE. AMKR. ASR.V. WVL prt I W L Pet "Ichlta 2 17 .fiofi; Indianapolis 34 26 .67 vniana n is ,im Milwaukee ..31 IS.fiM rioux City... 23 H .W.l lxiulaville ..SO 27 .52 les Moines.. 24 21 .633! Cnlnmbu ...30.&n Topeka 21 l .fir., Mlnneapolla 28 2 .5ft" Denver 20 21 .4HI Toledo X K .471 Lincoln Li 27 .357! Kan. City.. .24 30 .447 Pueblo 14 29 .3J6 St. Paul ....20 30.400 NAT L LKAOCE. AMKR. LEA G UK W.I. Prt.l W.tPrt Pittsburg rhlcaao .. Cincinnati Si 12 .74.1 Detroit 30 17 .M .31 IS .S3! I Philadelphia 20 1 .M .27 23 .5401 New York. ..23 20 .!M 91 Oft R-r.. nn.nn r. Rl-i New York.. fhlladelphla 21 23 477 Cleveland" ...Zl 23 4K9 St. Ixiuls ....1 30 .3S Chlcagi 20 23 .4(5 irooKiyn ...17 ,370 St. Ixuls....lH 27 .410 Poeton 13 31 .31,1 Washington 11 28 . 841 GAMER TODAY. Western League Sioux City at Omaha, Denver at W ichita. Dea Moines at Lincoln, Pueblo at Topeka. National LeagueBoston at SL Itula. New York at Pittsburg, Brooklyn at Chi cago, Philadelphia at Cincianati. American league Chicago at Boston. St. Louis at Washington. Detroit at Philadel phia, Cleveland at New York. Welch. 3b .., Stovall. rf .. Hunter, lb ., Towne. c .... Alderman, p 0 1 1 2 Totals 35 9 21 15 I Omaha ) 0 0 2 0 0 3 0 0 05 Sioux City 1 0 0 0 0 0 13 0- Two base hit: Kdmondson. Home runa: Fluher, Smith. Wild pitch: Alderman. Struck out: By Hollenbeck. &; bv Alder man, 3. Bases on ballo: Off Hollenbeck, off Alderman, 2. Hit by pitched ball: Hy Alderman, 2. Left on banes: Omaha, 3: Sioux City. 7. Double plays: Towne to Smith to Andrean. Stolen bases: Perrine. 3; Fisher, S; Schlpke. Franck, Hunter, Towne. Sacrifice hits: Welch, 2; Edmond on. Time, 2 houra. Umpire, Haskell. Attendance, 1,100. Nots of the Game. The Omaha players ran - bases like de mons and showed Mr. Towne up in fine shape. Eight bases were stolen. It does not seem to bntner Fisher much to have his jaw cut to the bone, and lie runs and hits Just as well aa ever. The only fielding error made bv Omaha was in the lat Inning, when Slugger Bill threw high to first, but no harm was done. Both of Sioux City's errors were made In the sixth inning and they were respon sible for the runa which were made In that Inning. Haskell called Stdvall out In the sixth Inning when hit by batted ball. Ducky Holmes, who Is not playing but who warms the bench in hia uniform, protested so loudly that he waa fined and ordered from the grounda. L1XCOI.2V EASY FOR DK MOIF, Visitors Made liana In the Fifth In ning By Boarhlsg Hits. LINCOLN. Neb.. June IB Des Moines batted out an easy ' victory over Lincoln today, winning by a score of to i. Nagle and Jones had nothing that fooled the visitors, who pounded out five runs In the fourth Inning on six hits and a base on balls. Colligan led In the swatting will) three clean hits. Farthing. Lincoln's col legiate southpav-, went onto the mound In the fourth with runners on third and second and only one out. giving the moat brilliant pitching exhibition seen in Lin coln this season. Only one Des Moines batsman thereafter saw first. Williams getting his base on a gift on balls. After Farthing was in action not a ball was batted .out of the diamond hv Is Mnlneu Three hits In a row tn the ninth netted me ureennackers two runs, but a phe nomenal one-handed catch by Dalton and an emiflllv hrilllnnt alnn- mnA Ku Colligan nipped a batting rally that threat ened Clarke with disaster. Prior to the nnai inning Clarke had pitched a superb game. Score LINCOLN. AB. R. H. PO. A. K. 0 0 0 0 W'aldron, rf Fox. 2b ...... 1 a idson. cf 0 0. . 4 0 0 1 0 2 1 5 0 0 0 Thomas, lb . Jude, If Oaguler, as . Pendry. 8b ... SullUan, o .. Nagle. n , Jones, p 0 ' i Farlhlng, p .. Totals 7 27 19 DES MOINES AB . 4 i. 4 R. H. PO. A. E Bader. rf ... 0.1 J 0 0 Colligan, ss 1 2 15 2 1 1 2 0 MUtllCK, cr Dwyer, lb .. Dalton, If .. Nlehoff, 3b . Williams, 2b Kerner, c .. Clarke, p ... Totala 34 . 10 27 1 1 Lincoln .0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 Dea Moines 10060000 00 Two base hit: Nlehoff. 1-ft on bases: Lincoln. 6; Des Molnea. 5. nits"! Off Na gle, 6; off Jones, 4. Double plays: Colligan to Williams to Liwyer: tollman to Dwyer, Nlehof to Dwyer. Stolen bases: Jude, Williams. Sacrifice hit: Qagnier. Struck out: By Nagle, S; by Farthing, t; by Clarke, 2. Base on balls: Jones, Farth ing, Clarke, S. Wild pitch: Jonea. Time, 1:j0. . Umpire, Mullen. DENVER WW, FHOH . WICHITA Hits Are Bnnrhed With Errors and Bases on Balls. WICHITA. Kan' June IS. Denver wnn from Wichita today, 7 to 1, by bunching mis on i ibik. wmi errors anrl bases on balls. Olmatead pitched good ball for the visitors and was effective in the pinches. The only run made off him waa. a' long drive over the right- field fence by Man ager Holland. The grounda were wet and muddy,- making snappy playing next to impossible, though Ol matd received, al most errorless support. Ualn fell ' up lo within an hour of ime to coll the game. An error, a base on balls and a two-bene hit by Belden gave Denver one In the i.i Three more came tn on three Mtaa' A base on balls and a fielder's ortoiee he. the third and three more in the seventh on .two singlea, a two-baae Mt and twa aaea on WICHITA. i AB. R. Mlddleton. "rf... (I'd 0 0 "4 , K . 4- 0 -U. ' S 0- 0 , ft 0 1 1,7.2 0 1 ;4 t 0 1 .. 1 0 0 1 , I 0 1 4 V) 0 ' 0 1 7 17 , IT Anderson. - ss.... Hughet), 2b Penpell, If Holland, lb Westersil, Sb.... Petttgrew, cf.... Weaver, c Clark, p Hooerls Totala n DENVER AB. II. M, O. A. Oaaaldy. rf. 2 . Beiden. if.... if . o r f: 6 1 I . 2 i lb 2 J ones, c Lindsay. Mwi, Sb 4 0 Z 4 Stankard. 2b.. Hartman. aa Thompson, c ... 4 ... 4 ... 4 ... t 1 0 " 1 I .l 8 . 1 ooi 1.- 1 ; Olmatead. p Totala 88 " 7 11 26 15 I J, Roberta batted for Weaver in ninth. , Holland out; hit by batted sail. Wichita 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 11 Denver 1 I M il I f 07 Struck out: By Clark, 7; by Olmatead'. 4. Bases on balls: Off Clark, 8; off Olmatead 2. Hit with pitched ball: By Olmatead Holland. Two-base hita: Belden, Lindsay Hartman. Home run: Holland. Double plays: Hartman to Stankard to Llnd.tay W'cstersll to Hughes to Holland Lett on bases: Wichita, 4, Denver. . Time: t 00. empire: Clark. Attendance: 1,100. ' i . At Topeka Topeka-Pueblo ' game post poned; rain. CO K.NHl IKEH THICK CAPTAIN Ueorgte Isrke, t Barter Mile Banner, la Elected to Lead Teasa, LINCOLN June 15. Special ) George Burke, IK 10, haa Just been elected captain of the 1D10 Cornhusker track team. Burke -- --.- i.. tiiv varsity cinder path team this aprlng .and won the . mw . "i. meet. noh Wine Frla 'Mt. Once. PARIS. June ll-The Prix St. Onge waa run al F'nvliiM tAmv n . . , . - - " - otuii ini flnob.- owtUKt T. P. Thorne. I i BALL CROWD 0IEERS FIGHTER , .. MSann Jamei J. Jefferiei Center of Attrac tion at Pittsburg- Game. PIRATES AGAIN VICTORIOUS Take Fonrteenth ftlralftht Oante, It Belagt the Fearth fttralaht Front Brooklyn Oa mea of Day . In National l.eagne. PITTSBI'RO, June 16. Plttrburg made It four straight from Brooklyn today, winning by a score of eight to two and making It fourteen straight victories for Pittsburg. James J. Jeffrie who attended the game waa given an ovation. Score: TITTSnt'RO. BROOKLYN B H 6.A E B.H O.A.B. Barbaau. lb., Tarh. cf flaraa. If ... Waanar, aa... Ahateln, lb., Miller, tb Wlliwn, rf.... mbimn, c... Frock, p Totals .411 1 1 Purrtl. cf .... 4 I 4 1 .111 lCImnt. If .. I 1 4 0 1 , I I SHimm.l, lk . 4 1 0 ,4111 Alwrmin. Ib 4 I 1 1 , I I II 1 tLennoi. Sb... 4 .1111 ALumUr. rt... 4 .11111 MnMllltn. M.. 4 ,41 I A fWrpin, t 4 , 4 1 A I 0-anlon. a.... I It I I I I I 1 I 1 I Hantsr 1 0 t 4 II W II I Totals IT UU1I 1 Ratted f$r Scanlon In ninth. Leach out hit by batted ball Pittsburg 1 0 0 11111- Brooklyn 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 02 Two baso hit: Clement, ficar.lon. Three base hit: Barbeau, Wilson: Burch.' Home run: Leach. Stolen baaee: Barbeau, Leach, Clarke.. Double plays: Wilson, Absteln, Wagner and Miller. Left on bases: Pitts burg. 12; Brooklyn, . Rases on balls: off Scanlon, 1 Hit by pitcher: Leach Struck out by Scanlon, 2. Wild pitches: Scanlon, 2. Time, 1:50. Umpires: Johnstons and l usack. GAMES I AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Kanaaa City Takes Third fltralirht ame Krrora are Responsible. COLI MBI'S, June 15. Kansas City today won the third atralght victory over Colum bus. Errors were responsible for all the runs, mtsplaya by the Columbus Infleldera being a trifle more costly. Score: KANSAS CITT. COLUMBUS. B.H O A E. B.H.O.A I. Hallman, rf . 4 0 A 0 Aciarka. If 4 1 I 0 V Shaenon, cf. BeHilejr, lb. 1 4 0 0 MorlarltT. aa. 4 w I a 1 0 li 1 OKrugar. cf.... 4 I 0 4 Hatllna. 8b . 1 I t 1 1 I 1 1 ronsaltoa, rt 4 0 1 4 OPhrark. lb. .. 4 0 II Braahear, Sb. L a lJamct. c I 1 4 Bi Ilea. If. 0 S I 0 Nee. ib I I 1 Bluer, e S 1 0 a met, b.. 1 lUnk, ... 10 0 14 1 Cartar, . . S 0 Totala II 4 S7 1 I Totals 11 4 17 II S Columbus 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 02 Kansas City 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 03 Base on balls: Off Link. 1: off Carter.'!. Struck out: By Link, 6; by Carter, i. Um pire: Sullivan. t. Paul Takea Game. unr diiti f..n ie at ti - . . t . - . nintn on a lurnoie. a wna tnrow ana locx man's double. Glaxe had poor support. Bcore: ST. PAfL. lNUlANAPOLIB. B.H. OAS B.H.O.A.E. Pavl.. cf. ... 4 1 10 Acbaab'rna, If 4 1 I 0 Wrlgier, 2b.. 3 0 S 1 0 Croaa. aa 4 0 S I 1 riynn, tb....S 0 10 S OHayden. rf..,4 110 0 Armb'ltar. rf 4 4 1 0 0 WakeMald, lb I 1 f 4 O Brian, aa . . . 4 1 1 I Davltfaon, of. I 1 1 A 0 Murray. If ... 4 4 10 A Burka, lb.... I 1 S 2 0 Cockman, Ib. 4 1 A I OHi.Hj, c ..I A I 1 Carlarb, C....S 1 I I OWIIllumn. Sb. I 0 I I 1 Laroy, p 4 0 I 4 4 Clan, a t A A I 1 Totala IS I 27 11 4 Total! 2 M II 4 Murray out for Interference. Indianapolis 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01 St. Paul 0 1000000 12 Two-base hits: O'Brien, Cockman. Struck out: By Glaie. -6; by Leroy, 4. Base on balls: Off Leroy, 4; off Glaie, J. Umpirea: Hayes and King. LoulaylUe Drfeata Mllrraakee. LOUISVILLE, Ky., June 16. Loulavllle turned the tables on Milwaukee today and . won the final game of the series easily. Score: . ... Lot'lsvitLe- aflLwAtKElf " B.H.O.A. , B.H.O.A E. Dunlearr, rf. I 10 0 lBoblnaan, ss. I I I I 1 Woodruff, Ib. 4 0 3 i Barry, rf I 1 I 4 0 Dalehantjr, cf. I 4 4 4 Randall, ef..4 0 1 Olton. Sb 4 I I 1 1 McOaan. lb.. 1114 0 Thlalman, If. I 0 I 4 Ociark, Ib 1410 Tata, lb 4 I t I OMoTorm'k, lb I 4 1 10 Ralllay. M...I 0 t I Hoatcttar, o. . 1 1110 Hushaa, c... 4 1 4 4 0 Moran. If 4 0 0 0 Hots, p 110 4 tWacker, 4 0 A 4 I Papa, p 4 0 0 I 0 Totala n I 17 4 Totala 14 I 14 II 1 Louisville 212 0 0000 7 Milwaukee 20000000 02 Two-base hita: Tate (2). Three-base hit: Olson, htruck out: By Hogg, 4; bv i'ape, 3. Base on balls: Off Hogg. B; off Wacker, 2. Umpirea: Owen and Eckerman. Toledo Defeat - Mlnneapolla. TOLKDO, June 16. A base on balls and three hit bunched In the eighth enabled Minneapolis to tie the score. O'Neill led off with a two-bagger In the tenth and brought in the winning run on two sacri fices. Score: MINNEAPOLIS ' . TOLKDO. B.H.O.A g. B.H.O.A.E 4141 Nallr. rf I 0 I 1 0 Oylar, as... Qulllln. rf. Downa. lb. v Hinaaman, im 1 1 t 1 .14 11 1 Snoot, cf 4 I I 0 0 O'Nell, ct ... 14 0 Hickman, If.. 4 9 11 Cr.Y.ca. If... I 0 Orraamao, lb. 4 1 1 0 Olll, lb I 1 I 0 Abbott, e I 1 I 1 t Comm. Ib... 4 1 3 1 0 McCarthy, aa. 4 I I 1 Block. C......I 111 OEIaart. lb.... 4 1111 Young, p I 1 1 Waa. p I u t 4 0 Land 1 1 A 0 0 Totala 17 I M U 1 ToUU at 7 in 11 4 Toledo 0 21000000 02 Minneapolis 0 01000 0 20 14 Two-bate hits: O'Neill. Baae on balls: Off West, 2: off Young, 1. Left on basea: Toledo, 4: Minneapolis, 10. Sacrifice hita: gulden Cravat h til. Sacrifice fly. Collins. Stolen baae: Gill. Struck out: By West, 5; by Young, 7. Wild pitch: Young. Umpire: Conahan. Time: 1:55. GAMES IN THRUE-I LE AOl'l; Errors By Bprlagfleld Gives Game to Uecatnr. DECATUR. III., June ' 16. Errors by Springfield gave the game to Decatur 4 to L Score; R. It. B. Decatur ,0 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 4 7 0 Springfield ..00000000 11 ( 7 Uatteriea: Jacobson and Fisher, Grondy and lonovan. Davtapart Will on Errors. CEDAR RAPIDS, la June lS.-Daven-port won in the ninth on errors. Score- . . i . R. H. E. vvvvvvvv a a x ucuar iiupiaa vuuuuuotl 04) i g naileries: 1'arklns and. E. Smith, Car mlchael and Kelly. fr'earteea laalng; Game. ROCK ISLAND. 111.. June 16.-Rock Island won In the fourteenth inning today by a acore of to I on two errors. Score: Rock Island 022000fOt0O0 1-a" 14 l DubUQue .. 1003V00100000 0-6 10 Ha Hei Ian: Wilson and Jacobaon, Miller tirlmea and Nunaniaker. ' fifteen aalag( Game. BLOOM1NGTON, III.. June 1.-After two men were out a scratch hit by Outfielder Long gave the winning run to Blooming ton in the fifteenth Inning. Score: Bi'mington 01401014000000 li n't Peoria 0112000000000 04 la ( Batteries: Clarks and Langdon. Povllk and Illggina. v Grand Island Beats Red Clood. RED CLOUD, Neb., June 16. (Special -Grand Island Baae Ball club defeated the locale In a very interesting game here leeterday Ford for Grand IsTand pitched brilliant ball and had the Red Cloud men at hia mercy all through the game. With the acore 4 and 3 for Red Cloud in tha ninth Inning. Grand Island bunched their hita and drew In two runa. Score by in- ' . ...... rt. R M Id urana jaiana.... 1 f t t-I f f ( a . Red cloud. ..;;:.i 1 1 i i! 11 Rmf trietl ClmtlA lelnH4 - n o. spssnisu, r Will TIQ MA V EdjFlo.ud; c' nd Carroll. Struck out: by Ford. 1; by Clegg. U. Baaea on balla Off ford. 1; off CliVg. 1 Earned rial Red Cloud. 1; Grand Island, l M Ikoreaeeler Wins In Hlnth. DORCHESTER. Neb.. June li-tspecla1 Telegram ) Dorchester won the most ex citing game of the season from Geneva to day, by the acore of 4 to 3 Not until th last man up In the ninth did the winning run come. Morrassy was fry effects r and held the visitors to five hits and atruck out nine, while Hill allowed five and struck out four, but had ragged sup port. Score: , R 11 K. Dorchester 10002000 14 6 1 Geneva ...0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 02 4 7 Two-base hit: Curtis: Stolen laea: Dorchester. I; Geneva. 2. Hit by pitched ball: Mnrraasy. struck out: Hy Morrnxv : by Hill. 4. Bases on balls: off Mor rassy, 1; off Hill. 2. Left on banes: Dorchester. : rieneva. 5. BotteHe; Dorchester. Marraeay brother; Geneva, Hill and Curtis. Umpire fiklnkle. GAMES 151 ""AMERICAN LEAGUE. Washington Defeate Detroit Again In a Close (onteat. WASHINGTON, June 15.-Washlngton got to Wlllets In the final Inning of to day's game and with the axslstance of Bush"s error, defeated Detroit 2 to 1. Bcore; WA8HINOTON. B.H.O.A DETROIT B.H.O.A.K. Broarna, If ... 4 1 0 A 0 Mclntrra. If 0 4 4 1 1 1 2 1 A ronroy, lb. . 4 0 1 1 iHtu.h.'w 4 lainaiuy. ib 1 1 2 2 riall.d. cf.. 4 Donahue, lb. 4 1 Milan, ct 1 A Irtlanb. rf .. J 1 McBrlda, aa.. 1 It Straat, c 1 Jfihnaon, p.... I A 1 nrjoi'b. rt 1 I I I A 0 it riarlty, lb. 4 0 17 A 0 A "olaiT, 3b. SAO 1 1 1 fchrtler. Ib. 2 OhiMlel, 2b.. 1 1 1 0 A A 1 1 I SAO I A A a ') 0 1 I Oatanafa, c... 0 W 'llatta, p.. Talala 10 4 17 11 t'Jcnet inials It I 14 II i Batted for O'Leary In ninth. Washington ...0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 Detroit ...i 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 01 Two base hits: Crawford. 2: Schaefer, t'nglaub, Browne. Base on balls: off John son. 2; off Wllletts. 1. Struck out: by Johnson, 8; Wllletts, 2. Umplr: Egan and Sheridan Flayer gent To Bench. PHILADELPHIA, June 15-The home team defeated St. Louis today, 3 to 1, through the effective pltrhlng of Morgan ana by knocking Cries out of the box In the early Innings. Thomas was benched for "kicking." - Score: PHILADELPHIA. ST. LOflS. B.H.O.A.K B.H.O.A.E. Strunk. If.-... 4 1 0 oMrAlreM, cf.. 1 10 10 Oanlay. cf....4 I I V OHartzall, rf...l A 1 1 0 Colltna, lb... I 1 A 4 0 PMttraon, If. 1 0 I 0 0 Murphy. rf...4 110 OFcrrla. Jb 4 0 111 Daila. lb..,..l Ml i ow.llace. ... 1 0 0 10 5,l,,r- ,h I 1 I 1 Jonea. Ib S A I 1 0 Barry, aa I 0 1 4 AWmiama. 2b. 1 2 I 2 1 Thomaa. c....l 1 0 1 OC'rlger, c I A I 0 tllntone, e I I I A 1 CtIm, p 1 1 A 1 A Morgan, p.... I 1 0 I o Howell, p.... 2 0 A 1 0 Totala II 10 S7 II 1 Total! 28 I 14 14 1 Philadelphia 20100000 3 ut. Louis 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0-1 Two-base hits: Davis, Criss. Three-base Hit ' I .Ivinvafnna LI 11 . . t a C 1 a .-a m ' iisr..uiin, IIHB, VII V I IOH, Q 1 1YU and one-third Innings; off Howell, 6 in five inu-uiiiua innings. L.eii on Dasea: Philadelphia, 2; St. Louis, 2. Base on balls: Off Morgan, 2; off Criss, 2; off HOWell. 1. Flrat rrnr- 1 lnrij.1 h in 2. Stiuck out: Hv Moraan. 3: hv t'rlsa. by Howell, . Time: 1:66. Umpires; Con nelly and Hurst. Player la Ejected. BOBTON, June 15. Three singles In the ninth, followed by French's sacrifice fly, gave Boston victory over Cleveland todav, the ucore standing 7 to . Turner was forced out of the game by a slight Injury received In a collision with Laloie. Wanner was ejected far disputing a decision. Score: BOSTON. CLBVELANI). B.H.O.A.K H.H (I A E McCobnell, tbl I I i 1 Oonde rf... 6 0 10 H. Lord, lb.. 4 Onradley, Sb. 0 Turner, aa.. OBall, n 1 Lalola. 2b . VII Spaakar, rf . .10 111 Oaaalar, If.... W'oller, ID... Wasoer, aa... French, aa.... Nllea, If Cirrlsan, e... Clcotia, p Ryan, p .411 4 11 0 Hinchman, cf 4 0 1 1 Stovall, lb.... S 2 II 1 0 Bemii, o 4 1 I 7 1 OB. Lorrl. If... 4 t 1 0 A ILlebhardt, p. I 0 0 100 Totala 17 128 !l) 1 Totals 40 16 27 f Two out when winning run scored. Cleveiagd 0 0 0 4 1 1 0 0 06 uoeion 2 n o 2 0 2 0 0 .17 Two-t)ase hits: 'Sneaker (21. H l.nrt Hits. Off Cleotte, 8 In five and two-thirds inninun. sacrifice till IT I nl rl Sm-riri.a ny: rrench. Double dIhv: Turner Lajol and Stovall. Left on bases: Cleve- 1 U Mil Jt llmt ,r A I..I1A. , , . Clrotte. 1: off Ryan, 1. First on errors: Boston, l: Cleveland. 2. struck out: Hv Cleotte, 4; by Kyan,. 3. Passed balls: Car'. rigan. who piicn: i-iennardt. Time: a:0U. Umpires: Evans end Perrine. Ckleagro Hits at Will. NEW YORK. June 15. Chlcaan hit Man ning and Wilson at. will today and made it three out of four games from New k"ork. Smith waa effectl in all the inninga ex cept the eighth. . Hcorei CHICAGO. .. .. NEW YORK. B.H.O.A.K. B.H.O.A.E. Hahn, rt 4 I I 4. A Pemmltt rf . . 6 14 Whlta, cf 4 Iaball, lb S Dousharty, 'If I Purtell, 36 ... 4 1 1 V 0 Hemphill, rf. & I 1 1 IS 4 OKlbarfeld. lb. 4 1 1 ft 0 0 AKngla, rf 1 S 4 II lCraae. lb 2 0 '10 111 o Vaughn, lb... I 4 1 Tannehlll, is. 1 Ata, lb....... I Sullivan, c... 4 lta OKnliht. aa ... 1 4 14 10 Blair, c 1 4 0 0 2 0Keler 1 Klainow, c. . . 1 14 11 17 12 1 Mannln(, p.. 2 Wilaon. p 0 Crea I Laka, p 1 Smith, p. 4 1 0 0 I 0 0 Totala. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 , Totala 33 7 10 0 Batted for Blair In seventh. Batted for Wilson In seventh. Phtc?a trn lnnnooaAA New York ...0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 03 Two-base hit: White. Three-baae hits: Tannehlll. Home run: Hahn, Dommltt. 8ac- miuv una: v-naae, oiair, Ata, wnite. stolen llBlM, PnU lutw.ll ...... L . . . . . I", . - . . i . . . , . u, iducii. cnuiiii uui, t y omitn, 2: by Manning, 6: by Wilson, 1; by Lake, 1. Bases on hallu- drt Hmiih q, nft it.nnu. - - - . ......... u , . . B1KIIIIIIIK, 2; off Wilson. 1. Hits: Off Manning, 9 In six lnnlnga;orf Wilson, 2 in one Inning: Off Lake none. O'NEILL SlSPPiVDS HOr.rtlEK!l Sara Paeblo Manager Illarennrdrd Rlghta of Ike Pnbllc. CHIPArSO Inn. IK Lir.ul. . x-...-- r O'Neill of the Western league today an- V"""1 na innerinueiy suspended Manager George Hogrlever of the 1'ueblo 1 oecause oi ins action In the Pueblo-Topeka game yesterday, when the manager of the Pueblo players, after abualng the umpire, ordered his men off the field. "In taking his men off the field.' said President O'Neill, '.Hogrlever deliberately Ignored the rights of the public." When the game started Hogrlever dis puted with Umpire. Olenalvin and abused him. Qlenalvlu Initiated that the game go on and Hogriever ordered his men off the field. The game waa declared forfeite.1 to Topeka by Umpire Glcnalvin. The penalty for such action should the league authorities find Hogriever in the wrona i a fine of from II to $00. PUEBLO. Colo.. June 16.-Speclal Tele gramsThe Pueblo base ball directors to day appointed second baiieman Lou Walters, manager of the Pueblo club to succeed George Hogrlever. who haa been ""pended for forfeiting the game Monday at Topeka. According to the directors to night the changes will be made permanent as the directors are not pleased with the ahnu-lno- tl.t- rl..,. ...... i. ....... ....... 1 1 " 1 ,i i nur wmi me team. An effort is now being made to strengthen the team In the weak places. ITALI AN CAR l. BAD SU A Pi: Gas and fiaaolene Tanka lnka Khu In terred In ( olllaloD With Train. KANSAS CITY, June 15 -Carrying riaaollne In a can which the drivers held n their laps and minus lta gas and gaHoline tank, which were shattered In a collision with a freight tialn at Glasgow Mo., yesterday, the Italain car In the New Vork-to-Stfuttle automobile race arrived here this morning. All of the working parts of the car, however, are In ptrleil condition. The car proceeded late this afternoon. Gaa Company W ins nt Beatrice. BEATRICE. Neb.. June 15 Special.) The Gas company team last evening won a close and exciting game from the Yoiin'? Men'a Christian association nine by the acore of ( to 6. It waa anybody's game until the last man was down. The score S Company.. " EK C. A 6 4 Battel las: Oas company. Huh and Hum mer; Y. M. C. A., Miller and Dobbs. Pen don Defeat Bowery Kid. Joe Peadon of Denver was the winnei ever the "Bowery Kid'' of Kanaaa Cltv In a aix-ruund boxing match at Labor templ Monday. The preliminary between Young Taloott of Otiaha and Jlmmte Carroll of Council Blulfs rraulted in a draw and both men made good showings. Dave Cile refereed tha mam event and Jim Warren the preliminary. t. Mlrhan Wins at Aaeut. ABOT. England, June IV The trial stakes of 10 sovereigns each. with too sovereigns added for 3-year-olda. diatance seven furiones and 1 yards was won to day bv St. Mlrhan. Den Swift was -ond and Fdnam third. Among the aix starters waa James K. Keene s Ballot. I ROBISON LIKES DR. WELCH St. Louis Magnate Sayi Big Fellow i Major League Timber. COMES TO LOOK AT PA'8 B0T8 Jahllanl Over Rrrananan and Con tent to Let Roarr Take Hla Time Worklnsc Get a Win ning: Team. "Welch looks like major league material to me." Such was the comment of Stanley Rob inson, owner of the St. Louis National league bane ball team, as he discussed the Omaua right fielder at the Smoke House. "I saw Welch play last sesson and was much Impressed by his work. I am here looking over the Omaha team In order to see If l'a Itoul ko haa any men that I might be able to secure for my Cardinals. I don't know much about the other men on the team and can not say anything regarding their ability as players." Mr. Robinson artlved In the city from St. Louis. He Is making a trip north in order to ,et a line on the best player In the minor leagues with a view to purchasing some for' his Mound City team, which is now resting in sixth place, being above both Brooklyn and Boston. , The St. Louis club owner freely discussed his team, its players and Its prospects in the pennant race. Roger Bresnahan, the $r.00fl beauty he secured from New YorK to do the backstopplng and managing of the Cardinals, he declared to be the best player in the United States. "The price that I paid for Roger ought to be enough evidence to show how much I think of him as a ball player. If he had not seemed to be one of the most valuable ball players In the big league I would never have given $,".0,000 for him. You bet he Ih a dandy. All the St. Louis fans think so, too. Everyone has faith tn Roger, and we all believe he will give us a winning team in a year or two. "This year, you must remember. Roger has had a difficult task before him. He has had to work with a team that finished In the last hole in the three last seasons, end it has been hard work for him to get the team well organized. "When Bresnahan was traded, I lost four players, three of whom were pitchers. That trade consequently weakened my twirling staff and I have not been able to get any good 'men for the box since I lost those three. The three pitchers I have now are Bribe, a right-hander; Lush and Sallee, two southpaws. These fellowa have done good work, but they can not keep the team In a winning path. Looking; for Pitchers. "I have been looking for pitchers all spring, but the other teams In the league will not let me have any. Pittsburg, New York and Philadelphia each has from ten to twelve twirlers, but they will not let any of them go to me. I am willing toj pay a good price for pitchers, but can not get them. "There are other players besides pitchers that I can use, though. I would buy a good fielder and a good second baseman right now If I could find the right men and their owners would let them go. Byrne is playing fast ball for the Cardinals at third. Hulswltt Is all right at short, Koney is a joy at first, but Charles is not any too fast at second. I 'could use a man at this sack." . ' ,"' . " ' "I do not expect he Cardinals to jet Into first division trns season; I shall be satisfied to watch them hold their present, position. What I want Is to let Roger Bresnahan take his time to giving St. Louis a winning team, lie may not be able to do it next year, but he will succeed sooner or later. He Is the best man I could have secured to manage the Cardinals. I am highly pleased with his work.' The fans like him. too. The attendance at our home games has been doubled this season, which fact ougbf to be testimonial enough to the confidence the fans have In Roger." Mr. Robinson said he did hot expect to buy any players from Omaha or any other team .now. He explained that he was only looking them over. He declared he was ready to take good men now, though. If their owners would let them go. He did not thing Pa RouVke, or any other club owner, would allow any stars to be separated from his team this time of the year. ALEX SMALL WINNER AT GOLP Former National Champion Defeats Isaac MacUle, Present Holder. NLVV YORK, June 15. The closest pro ftnsiunul goii nibiich seen in this country fur ara ended just before dark this even ing ai the rox riills links at Clifton. btuteti Is.and, vshen Alex smith, the na tional champion, nun troin Isaac Mack.e. former eastern title holder, by a single moke, at iiitual piay over 36 holes. Uy match piay, too, sinttn lea oy one noie. Mackie. defeated as he was at home, es tabnsncu a new professional record fur the course of f, lowering ills own mark of lii. Smitli uah also credited with A W in the afternoon, but as he did not nole out a coupio of short puts the new mark can Maud only in tils rival s name, 'l lie outcome uas so cluse that the -ela- tie merits of the two players feel in doubt and another mutch la not unlikely. The uutHe was ISuO. Conditions of weather. wind and turf were nearly ideal, excvt that the heavy grass made the greens dull In the morning smith was one up at 18 holes, the cards being: Sjullh. out 5 6 4 6 2 4 Muikie. out 4 6 4 6 3 6 Smith, in 4 6 3 6 4 4 Mackie. in 4 6 4 6 4 8 The afternoon cards: , Smith, out 4 4 3 1 3 4 439 4 aa 8 76 4 7-ili 4 33 4 S3 Mackie. out 4 Smith In 4 Mackie. in 3 Smith 141. Muckie 142. 4 8 4 3 8 4 3 6 3 3 I I H I 433-S6 4 83 Hl.fi. CROWD AT LONDON SIf'IW Americans are Prominent Among Winners' On l.nat Day. LONDON. June 15. The closing Jay of the International horse show brought a big crowd to Olympia. The exhibition throughout has been a triumphant aue cesM. 'I he competitions today were devoted to the championtihlp cups. Americans again fared ue!l among the winners. W. li. Moore s Radiant won the Philadelphia ctit for slnglt; hoi ceti. Waller W Inanx captured the Louisvllla cup for pairs of harness horses, with his C'okn sroKador and Prokperhlne. The Brussels cup went to C. W. Watsan who showed Norena and Kitty Gray. I.leuuount Leonard s Sir James gt-t a receive in cUiv. lW, championship for hunters. Walter Wlnan's Brigand was fifili In claps .', Judging of riding horaea for the hi and championxhip. w hile Ilia lliKhiK'vM. owned by the same exhibitor, nut commended. - The Aidunruii cup In claaa 72, pairs of burners lioim. for the grand ct.anipiuu fill u. uas won by Walter Wlnan's Cuius nmador a,ud Pi otiperhlne. Walter Winan s Marmion won the "l'uilv KxpifMo" cup. In clans III, Judging of high Jumper for the chainplunahip. Moriniuti citaied the bar at seven feet. Kndaranre Run Hesnmed. WILLI A MS PORT, Pa.. June 15 The en durance run of the Quaker City Motor club from Philadelphia to Pittsburg which was started yexterday was resumed today at 7 a. in. Following the pilot car, the Mitchell Palmer hmt-'er. Franklin, Elmore and liaynes cars It ft In the order named at one minute Intervals. The run today will be to Johnstown, 144 miles, the time allowed be ing aeven hours, nineteen minutes The route will be through lxickhaven. Belle fonte. Tyrone. Altoona. Lor el to and F.ben burg The roads are In fairly good condi tion and the run to Johnstown should ba The cars are due in i ittar.uig tomorrow. eksts osRissiria triiki Mors- f Dor's Races at OraTesend. Latonln and Montreal. ORAVESEND, June 16 The Rrookdale handicap, the feature of today's card nt uraveaend was practically a walkover for the Hlldreth entry, Joe Madden and Restl gouche. They ran one. two. The entry brwhelmlngly outclassed their opponents. The stewards today set Jockev Bergen down fur the remainder of the meeting for foul riding. Summaries: Urst raie, handicap, all ages, about six furlongs tMD added: King Cobalt (1. Mc lahey, 7 to 2) won Rlklto HOT, . Puma. 18 !2. i 'c.'"1' McCarter t!04. Dugan, 7 to 11 UVirrt- . TlfTlT: lemund. Bad News, Edherlal. Takahlra and Ponteoufle also ran. Second race, steeplechase. 4-yea'r-old and uPwrls. selling, about two miles. $4' added: Sandycreeker U. Dupee, 4 to D won, King Castle (l.w, Stone, 1 to 4) second. Impertinence ti;, McClaln. 10 to 1) third. Ti"l':-8:4- race Cameron fell. Third raie. 11-year-olds, selling, five hslf furlongs, $410 added: Revbourn 1100, t reeyy, 3 to 1) won. Little King (!2, Olass. I to 1) second, Ssfidrlan (1(16. Dugan, 6 to 1) third. Time: 1 :. Our Hannah. Gross Over. Edith ln?s and Kcdmineter also ran. rourth race, Hrookdale handicap of $2.MH, 3-year-olds and up. mile an eighth: Joe Madden (106, Dugan, 1 to 41 Won. Restl gouche (12S. Burns, 1 to 4) second. Afflic tion (HO, Glass, 4 to 1 third. Time: l;MS. Pins and Needless left at the post. Joe Madden and Kestlgouche couplet!. Fifth race. 3-Vear-old. selling mile unit a sixteenth, $100 added: Lawton Wlggina till. Hut well, li to 10) won. Rostrum (HO. Scovllle, S to 1) second, Shapdale (103, Lang. 40 to 1) third. Time: 1:47. Moorish King. Orania, Ruxton, Cliff Edge, Obudlali. Hammerless, Rose Beaumont. Ladv Chil ton, King Kasooks, Ark and Erbet also ran. Sixth race, maidens, 2-year-nlds, five half fui longs, $100 added: Jaciiuelins (101, Mc Cahey, 2 to 1) won. Eddie Dugan (17, burns, 3 to 1) seoond, Dixie Dixon (104, Lang. 40 to 1) third. Time: 1:00. ITncas Chief. Henry Munroe. Ulopper. Radium Star, M. R. Williams. M. Cambon, Deputy, Collnet and Blundara also ran. Hnmtnarlee nt Latonln. LATONIA, June 1R Summaries: Hirst rare, five furlongs: Plnclde McUee, 16 to 1) won, Olivia Mickle Walsh, 8 to 1) second. Ben K. Sleet (106. I UK, (10H, Heldel. 8 to D third. .Time: 1:01. Whim, Alexie, Samaria. J. W. Carter, Mlsrlan. Ashwell. Sona, Clymslc, Calash, Torturous, Hie vile and Fighting Bob also ran. Second race, five furlongs: Fereno (103, Page, 8 to 1) won, King Solomon (10, Pow ers. 2 to 1) second. Louis S. (Ill Hldel. 9 to 10) third. Time: 1:00. Caesar, John Cafferatl, Claudle, Mabel Dame, Donav and Markle Mayer also ran. Third race, six furlongs: Ethelda (M, Brannon. 4 to 1) won. Busy Man (98, Walsh, to 1) second. Plume (90, Martin, 0 to 1) third. Time: 1:14. Tackle. Rebel Queen, Usury, Granade, Jerry Carroll, Benson Hurst. Bonebrake, Console, Boema, Ben Benares. Schleswig and Hiram sIbo ran. Fourth race, mile an sixteenth: John F. McMillan (100, Kennedy, 3 to 2) won, Bon nie Bard (102, Page, ( to 1) second, Gliding Belle (4. Walsh, even) third. Time: l:4nVt. W. A. Leach and Meadow Grass also ran. Firth race, mile and a sixteenth: Albert Starr (102, Page, 18 to 6) won, Gerrymander (H4, R. Williams. 6 to 1) second, Font 94. Hannon, 8 to 1) third. Time: 1:454. 'Irri gator, Mamie Algol, Eldorodo. Kvronda, Lady Baldur, Billy Pullman. Brlce, Anne McGee, Pink Wings and vGllvedear also ran. Sixth race, one mile and an eighth: Mel low Mint (102. McGee, 13 to 10) won, First Peep 10S. Lee, 3 to 1) second. Denver Girl 91. Paul. 12 to 1) third. Time: 1 52. Sally Combs. Winning Star and Brother mann also ran. CALLAHAN TO PUT O.V MARATHON Old White Sox Star Cornea to Omaha to Plan Big Race. Jimmy Callahan, former, nremler nut. fielder of the American league and old White Sox favorite and later manager of Independent ball clubs in Chicago and now an all around sport promoter. Is in Omaha to arrange for a big marathon race July ft Vinton street park. It Is planned to have several races Jnlv S. One event planned Is a two-mile race In which one entry will be received from the mall carriers, police department, the fire men, The soldiers at each fort. A newsboy race for two miles is also planned for a preliminary- event i ne big race will be the marathon. The marathon, as It will be run In Omaha. will be different from any heretofore triA It will be a relay marathon, with the men running In pairs and privileged to change at any time they wish. OVanDerg IS nOW the ehamnlnil " aaM mads on schedule time. v . Jf "' 01 v Judgment I thatiger taking the punishment. he will lose that title as soon as he mi Bt. Tfvea." , i Twenty-five Enter Golf Toorney. CHICAGO. June 16. Fifteen nrWi.tlnnal entries in the Tom Morris Memorial trophy competition set for tomorrow received today by Secretary Trigg Waller of the Western Golf association, making a total of fifty-five dubs entered to date. Pennsylvania . Tennis Championship. PHILADELPHIA. June 16. In the final round of doubles In the tennis champion ship of Pennsylvania, and the eastern states today at Merlon, J. R. Carpenter, Jr., and E. B. Dewhurst defeated H. M. Tilden and H. B. Regester, 6-0, 7-6, 6-2. Bigger.- Better, Bugler That's what ad vertising' It The Bee does for your busi ness. lL m msBsnlim&fl (km? i Kh tend m 1 nt itt mupi vv eoa Doug' 81., Cor. 8th. NEW RECORD IS ESTABLISHED Candidate for Auto Honors Beats a Mile Minute. . LOUIS STRANG DOES THE 'FEAT Takes gome of the Down Grades a' Rate of Rlghty Miles In Hoar Dost In Way fipnlle Another Pos sible Record peed. CROWN POINT. Inrt.. June 15.-Candl-dates for honor In the two races of the, "Western Vanderblll," June 13-W were put In force for practice today, Louis Strang establishing R new practice record. Strang. In a 80-hors power Bulck and accompanied by Christian D. Hsgertv. a newspaperman, started on the courVe at Main street nd made the twenly-three miles In twenty-one minutes, a little better than a mile a minute. The( course led him almost en tirely ground the parkway before the grand stand was reached. ( Here, near the finish of his record breaking lap. a, crowd of official' began timing him for the second lap. .This he made In 24 minutes. This mark was dupli cated later by Miller, driving a Stoddard Daytory Strang did not know of his twenty-one . minute record until he finished at Main street. Here It was discovered that two Crown Point enthusiasts, Independ ently of each other had each clocked the first lap at tw enty-one minutes. It was a hard ride, according to Strang, which statement was very earnestly confirmed by his reporter-machinist. The springs of the machine were flat at a dosen rough places on the Cednr Lake- Lowell leg. Strang took some of the down grade at eighty miles and any Ir regularity In the roadbed was sufficient to send the car Into tho air more like an aeroplane than an automobile. On this leg. In fact, and on the south leg immediately after leaving Lowell the humps were found more numerous and severe than on the much criticised dirt stretch of the west lee. The Improvement In the latter was due to strenuous work with steam rollers. This work was resumed Immediately after prac tice was concluded. Denlson, going At a terrific clip In t Knox car, struck a dog, which ran across the course, breaking the pipe leading from the gasoline tank and spoiling what would have been a very fast lap. . Previously howevef, Denlson 'made the round In 2i:U The two Apperson "Jack rablts" driven by Lytle and Seymour were out for the first time and Lytle, despite Ignorance of the course, scored a lap in twenty-five minutes flat. Phil Wells alo piloted the Moon entry on its Initial round but con tented himself with a leisurely Inspection of the road. L. A. Heame, the amateur who ha entered his own car. a Flat, will reappear on the course tomorrow, as will drelner, another amateur, with a Renault. JF.FKRIB8 Hi G!VF.. OVATION Retired Champion Boxes Klx Ronnds nt Plttanara:. PITTSBURG. Pa., June 15,-sJameS J. Jeffries, retired heavyweight champion of the world, received a great ovation ai Duquesne garden here tonight, where he engaged In a six-round boxing exhibition with, his sparring partner, Sam iierger. Jeffries appeared to have lost a great deal of weight, but was . still ; hea-y. . He was extremely fast on his feet and very quick with his hands. Jeffries in a short speech before the bout said: "1 can't say any more than the papers have said, but when the right time comes I wllf deliver the goods." The rounds were short, sversging fifty seconds each. Jeffries did the leading and HalU-i...H nratlnnlU, oil tha hlnn.i li. In the Drettmlnaiies. Charles Goldman. of New York, had slightly the better of a bout with Young Zlrlnger, of Pittsburg, while Tommy Murphy, of New York, out pointed Jimmy Dunne, of Newcastle, Pa. BOSTON. June 16. Jack Johnson, world's heavyweight champion, appeared at the regular Tuesday night bouts at the Arm ory Athletic association tonight, and boxed three fast exhibition rounds with Oeprge Byers. a trainer. Johnson was Well .re ceived by a large audience, and Trmde a speech In which he stated no one had cov ered the forfeit he had posted on return ing from Australia. Johnson referred briefly to his early training in Boston and declared himself a Bostonlan. Bnrkles and Poaplsll Box. Guy Buckles and Jack PospUU are scheduled for a ten round go this evening before the Mid-West Athletic clQb at Wolff's ball. Twenty-second and Cuming streets. .. i k,a... .. 1 k l-j: 1-1 ' I TP- ii'tw.i . i .... ' - 'Phoue Houjclaa 0602. WW m iw'JtoSSiYAA