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TIIE BEE: OMAITA, SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 191.3.
Jeff Couldn't Resist the Temptation While He Had Mutt in Position Drawn for The Bee by "Bud" Fisher
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Members of Rourke Family Down
Down Sioux City.
SENSATIONAL PLAYS IN GAME
Credit for WIiiiiIiih: Hie First of (lir
grnnn Ik Distributed Anionic
Man' of tin l.ocnl
I'lni'ern.
"Bunk" Cpngalton'n timely single In the
fifth Inning, 'with the bancs full, enabled
Omaha to win tho opening game of tho
afason against Ducky Holmes' Sioux City
Indians, fi to 3. "Connie's" hard drive
past ftrit banc sent Applegate and Justlco
over the rubber with the two runs which
put the Rourke.s In tho lend, which tho
Indiana failed to overcome
Although the weather wag chilly and
the game somewhat loose, the fans wore
sure Blven their money's worth of rcnl
ball playing, sensational stops, circus
catches and heavy hitting.
Applegate, the little Itourkr twlrlrr, who
wan chosen among the stuff of nine to
hurl tho opener, lived up to tho reputa
tion ho secured while training In tho'
south. He was somewhat wild and was
hit frequently, hut he kept tho hits so
well scattered that tho Indians only be
came dangerous a roll pic of times anil
then gilt-edged support back of him
saved the day.
Tho credit for winning tho ganio could
rightfully and honestly be given to icv-
: era I of tho Omaha players. Eddie Justlco
' In the fifth Inning started a doubla ,ilny
which checked a couple of runs. In tho
seventh Inning Ao made two sensational
stop, which certainly, prevented tho. In.-'
uikiib kuiii nwiiliiif..
t'redlis Arc Divided.
Hartley, tho first man jiji In tho sov
enth, hit tho first ba1l Wuure on the
nose and on a line about eight tout In
the air. Justice leaped Into the air and
with one hand pulled down the pill. Dav
Id son got to base on an error and James,
the next man up, sent ono which dupli
cated that of Hartley's but Justlco mado
another wonderful leap and stopped the
ball, but recovored It In time to force
Davy at second.
A lightning like double In the first
Inning kept the Sioux from getting a big
Jump on the homo team. A wonderful
peg by Thomason In tho same Inning
caught a runner at the bag. "With Cooney
on third and Clarko on second Davidson
singled over second. Tomlo got tho ball
on the first bounce and whipped It
straight Into Johnson's mitt in tlmo to
catch Clarke sliding Into the rubber,
Omaha did not make all the pretty
plays, but Sioux Clty caino in for their
share. In the fourth Inning, with Johnson
on second base, Schlpke singled to deep
left. Clarke made a pretty stop of tho
ball and. recovered it In tlmo to speed
It to Rapp, who caught It three feet off
home plate.
A neat double In the fifth also kept
Omaha frqm getting more than . the
three runs. With one down and Thom
ason on second, Kane sent ono. to Smith,
who fielded It clean and mado a breuk
to touch Congalton, who was on first.
Connie started back for first base ana
Smith shot the ball to Lindsay, putting
NEW PITCHER WHO OPENS THE
SEASON ON HOME GROUNDS.
Standing of Teams
ill
r '-
WltSflT. LEAUUE.I AM. ASSOCIATION.
W.Ul'ct. W.L.Pct.
1 0 l.O.Oi
1 01.000
1 0 1.000
Omaha ...
Denver ...
Ht. Joseph.
Lincoln
flloux City
Wichita ..
Touckn. . . .
Des Moines 0 1 .0001
NAT. LEAGUE.
W.L.Pct.
Phlla . . .
Pittsburgh
8L JyOUld..
Now York
Chicago ...
Brooklyn.,
lloston ...
Cincinnati
.W7
.000
701
.623
.571
.MM
.23.1
Milwaukee .61 .837
MlnneaiKils 4 u .tii
Indianapolis 3 3 .too
0 1 .UJ0 8t. Paul 4 .ua
0 1 .W0, Columbuj ..2 4 .333
0 1 .0001 Louisville ..SB .io')
xoieuo i o
AM. L.BAOI.K.
W.Ul'ct.
Washington 3 o mu
I'hlla 3
trAi, cnlcago .... 6
.5U0 Cloveland .. 4
.Mh St. iouls... 4
.6001 Dostott 2
.3.U Detroit 2
.2Tfl New York.. 1
VmtiTilHi ' llesultii.
NATIONAL M0AOUK.
Now York, 13; noMton.'4.
Philadelphia, 1; Urooklyn, 0.
Cincinnati. 5; Pittsburgh, 6. (Called at
end of twelfth darkness.
Chicago, 2; Bt. Iiouls, fi.
AMERICAN LBAOUH.
flt. louls. 3; Detroit. 2.
nevelnnd, 4i Chicago, 0.
Washington, 7, Now York. S.
lloston, 8; Philadelphia. R.
AiMWIUCAN ASSOCIATION.
Columbus, 0: Milwaukee, 3.
Toledo, I); St. Paul. 7.
Indianapolis, 8; Kan wis City, 6.
Louisville, 3: Minneapolis, 8.
WESTERN LEAGUE.
Omaha, 5! Sioux City. 3.
Lincoln. 4! Wichita, 1.
Des Moines. S; flt. Joseph; 8.
Denver, 4; Topeka, 1. ,
(,'iiiin-n ToUny.
National Ijeague New York at Boston.
Phlla'delphfa nt Urooklyn, Cincinnati at
Pittsburgh, Chicago at Ht. Louis.
American Ioagiiem. Louis at uetrou.
Cleveland nt Chicago. Washington at
New York. Ronton nt Philadelphia.
American Association Columbus nt Mil
waukee, Toledo at Minneapolis, Indianap
olis nt Kansas mty, l-ouisvuie at t.
I'aul.
Western League Blnux 1'lty at omaha.
Denver at Topka. Lincoln at Wichita,
at at.
hits: C. French, Hagermun. Sacrifice
hit: Ollmore. Sacrifice fly: Hagcrman.
Double play: J. French to Rapp to
Crist. Double fly: Ollmore to Fisher.
Hits: Off Coohreham. 6 In eight Innings:
off Reynolds, 0 In one Inning. Bases on
balls: Off Cochrehum, 2; off Reynolds,
2; off Hagerman, 1. Hit by pitched ball:
By Hagerman, 2: by Cochreham, 1. Wild
pitch: Hagerman. Umpire: Zelgler.
LINCOLN TAKffiTlRST GAME
Opener at "Wichitcv Goes to Hughie
Jones' Antelopes.
RAP FOUR TO ONE VICTORY
Tip O'Neill Seen Content and Mnyor
llutili Pitches First Rail that
Htnrts Senson In Jobbers'
Toirn.
PLAY 12 INNINGS TO A TIE
Cincinnati and Pittsburgh Unable
to Break Up Game.
PHILLIES DEFEAT BROOKLYN
WICHITA. Kan., April 18. Lincoln won
tho opening game of the season here to
day, 4 to 1, by mixing hits with tho er
rors of the local team In tho seventh and
ninth Innings. Both teams fielded in
great form at times, the work of Perry
for Wichita, with eleven chancwi, featur
ing. Prulde,nt O'Neill of the Western league
witnessed the game ffom a box and
Mayor Rabb of Wichita pitched tho first
ball. Score:
IJNCOLN.
AB. R.
4
If..
Pes Moines
Joseph1
fltange (2). Double plays: Applegate to
Johnson to Kane, Justice to Johnson to
Kane, .Smith to Lindsay. Struok out:
By Applegate. 3: by oYung. S. Bases on
balls: Off Applegate, 6; off Young, 1. Hit
by pitched ball; Kane, Thomason, Orubb.
Pased balls: Johnson, Rapp (2). Left on
bases: Omaha, fi; Bloux City, 13. Time
of game; SiOo. umpire Fttxslmmons
JOSIEft Wir" IT IN FOUItTII
Lloyd. 2b....
Mullen, lb..
Cobb. rf.
McCormlck,
Cole, cr
Barbour, 3b
.Dowllng. ss
HaKer,. o
Knapp. p
Khman, p
. 5
. 5
. 5
. 3
. 3
. 4
..3
. 4
. 0
H.
3
2
0
1
0
1
1
0
0
0
o.
-V. K.
1 1
1
0
2
0
0
2
0
4
0
St. Louis Drums CblciiKO, eight to
Tnii w York Ilnna 1'p Hlw
Score In tiaine lth
II out I) n.
. PITTSBURGH. April 18.-Mannger Joe
Tinker's three-bagger scored Bescher and
Bates In the ninth Inning today. From
that time until Umpire Owens called the j
Snodsr'M. cf 6
Fletcher, n. S
liurni, rt t
end of the twelfth Inlng the score stood shfr. 2b... 2
6 to 5. Soon after savin? his triune. ! Murrtjr, It.. 6
Hit by pitcher: By Lavender, Evans,
Struck out: By Sallee, C; by Lavender.
1. by Smith, 1. Wild pitch: Lavender.
Time: 1:45. Umpires: Brennan and
Ecndn.
tilnnts Overpower Boston.
BOSTON. April 18. New York ham
mered two Boston pitchers for twenty
hits this afternoon and won the game
easily, 13 to 4. Dcmaree pitched his first
game against the braves and held them
to six hits.
Captain Doyle of tho visiting team was
put out of the contest by Umpire Byron
In the second Inning for disputing a de
cision at second base. Captain Sweeney
of the Boston team has bean suspended
for three daya by President Lynch be
cause of his dispute with .Umpire Rtgler
yesterday. Scqre:
NEW YORK. DOSTON-
An.H.O A.K. AB.H.O.A.E.
game on account of darkness, nt the
after saving his game,
Tinker hud a dispute over a decision by
Owens, who ordered him off the field.
Camnltz pitched good bnll,' but In the
third Inning poor fielding behind him
gave the Reds' three runs.
Qrant'B walk and singles by Clark,
Bates and Hoblltzel with a slip up on
a chance for 'an easy double play and
Tinker's sacrlflco bly brought the runs
In this Inning.
Miller's triple and Butler's slnglo gave
Plttshurgh a run In the second. With
tho bases full Carey doubled and Mc
Carthy sacrifice followed, resulting In
two more. Butler's walk, an out and
Camnltz's single gave them nnother In
the eighth. Fromme was effective with
men on bases. Score:
Cincinnati. rnTSBimaii.
t . ., AIMl.O.A.B. AB.HlO.A.Ei
Bechef. .If.. 1 2 0 0Cry. It....( J 'S 0' 9.
Totals
Kane out. Lindsay then ran Congalton
down,
i
Attriiilmiee Is Large
According to the box office there were
7,'JOO persons who watched the game and
It wua the first tlmo In thirteen years
that Johnny Oondlng did not appear on
the field In a Rourko uniform. Ills ab
sence was missed, but tho fans failed to
let It prevent them front boosting the
Omaha team.
Fltislmmons. the new umpire, ado his
debut lntotho league and got -away flno
with very llttlo kicking fro the fans or
players.
Hloux City scored one In the first.
Smith walked. Cooney landed safe on
Apnlogate's error. Clarke walked, filling
tho bases. Hartley batted Into a doubo,
Applcgute to Johnson to Kane. Davidson
singled to center scoring Cooney,
Omahh. caipo book In Its half" and dead,
locke are score. . Coyle beat but a bunt.
took second on a panaed hall and scored
on Thoinason's single to right.
Sioux City mode another In the third.
Clarke . landed safe when Coonny was
thrown out at home. Ho took second
when Hartley wont out and scored on
Davidson's single to right.
In tho fohrth Kane landed safe on a
dead ball. An error by Yoijng,. who threw
wild to first, put htm on third and he
came homo on Orubb's out, Smith to
Lindsay.
In the fifth Applegate walked. Justice
sacrificed and lauded safe when Young
tried to get Applegate at second. Thorns
son una hit by a pitched ball. Congal
ton singled to right, scoring Applegate
and Justice. Thomason came home when
Lindsay and Smith pulled off their
double play.
Sioux City made one In tho ninth. Hart
ley landed safe when Kane booted his
grounder. Davidson singled to center.
nnlllnp llnrtfev nn third. Llndsav sent
' - nrl flA f 1 , t Thnmiinn And ftnrtliiv
scored, The score:
OMAHA.
A B. IV. H. O.
Justice, ss 3 10 1
Coyle, If 4 1 1 .1
Thomason, cf... 3 1 1 3
Congalton, rf 4 0 11
Kane, lb 3 1 I 10
Orubb. 3b 3 0 0 1
Johnson, c.' 4 0 17
Schlpke. lb 3 0 15
Applegute, p......... 2IO0
Mix lilts Cnrnrreil In Single Inning;
Off Uri Moines.
ST. JOSEPH, Mo April 1R. St. Jo-
soph clinched the opening gome of the
season In the fourth Inning today by
scoring five runs on six hits, ono being h
three-bagger by Brewer, and defeated
Des Moines, 8 to 2. Crutcher for the lo
cals, was Invincible until tho seventh In
ning.
The game was preceded by a big auto
mobile parade. Moyor C. A. Pfelffcr
threw tho first hall to A. P. Clayton, ex-
mayor. Bcoro:
DBS MOINES.
AB. R. 11.
Fox, rf 3 0 0
Leonard. If 4 0 0
Rellly. 3h 4 0 0
ttunter, cr... 4 i l
Andreas, 2b 4 0 1
Septell, ss
Shaw, o , 3
Faber. p 2
Lukoff, p 0
kwoh 1
0 o
0 l
o o
0 0
0 0
Totals 32
ST. JOSEPH.
All. II. If.
Kelly. If 6 1 3
R. Watson, rf 4 12
Ochs. 2b 3 1 1
Zwllllng, cf 4 12
tirewer. in .... 4 12
Westenll, 3b. ...v.... 4 1 3
.MrltiKe, ss 3 2 2
Kfctter. c 4 0 2
Crutcher p 4 0 0
Totals ,....35 8 17
ues women o o o n n n n iv
Bt. Joseph 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 2
inree-Dase hits: Westerzll, Brewer,
Kotter. Two-base hits: nh it,,.....
Sucrlflce hits: Ochs (2), Melnke. Stolen
oases: Kellv. struck mir n.. n.,.i...
; by Fnber 5. IIukm n i,n nn
Crutcher. 1: off Faber. 1. Hits: Off Fa-
oer, it in seven Innings; off I-nkoff. s in
Inning. Passed tin 1 1 u-,.r. i ...
on bases: Des Moines, t, St. Joseph, 6.
Time: 2:00. lTmnlr.- la v '
0. A. E.
1 1 0
2 0 0
2 1 0
2 1 0
10 0
4 4 0
6 1 0
0 1 0
0 0 0
0 0 0
24 ti "o
O. A. E.
2 0 0
0 0 0
3 3 0
4 0 0
7 0 0
0 0 0
2 6 0
8 0 0
0 1 0
27 0 0
nth Inning.
3f. 4
WICHITA.
AB. R.
Middleton, cf 5
Rapp, ,3b 3
Davis, rf 4
Koerner, lb 4.
Hughes, 2b 5
(Callahan, ss. 6
Pettlgrew, If 5
'Huston, o v 3
Perry, p ' 2
Wacob 0
Ellis, p 0
8 27 10
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
H.
3
0-
1
1
0
2
1
0
1
0
0
A.
0
1
0
0
2
1
0
0
11
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
o nu. tf.... i i
Tinker, m... 4 I
3i Barker, rf... 1 0 1
j lloblltiel, lb I 1 17
K Mtrini. tttt 114
Onnt. lb. .. i 0 0
Clirke, (.... i 3 I
Fromme. p.. J 0 0
McDonald .10 0
0 Ollotman, cf.
2 OByrne, 3b... I
0 OMcCrthy, tn 2
0 0ltrlt t
1 OMeninr, as. . 1
9 ("Miller, lb...
2 OWIIliin, rf...
2 OUutltr. 3b... 3
1 OOlbson, e. ..
0 OCamnltf. p.. 4
Johnson, p.. 1 0 0' 1 Oltoblnion, p. 1
1 S 0
1 S 1
0 2 3
0 0 0
0 0 1
2 1 0
2 0 0
1 1 4
1 4 0
2 0 S
o o :
Merkle. lb.. 4
Herznf , 3b. . 3
Wilton, c... 4
Hartley, c . . 0
Demaree, p. 4
2 3 0
2 0 5
1 3 0
2 0 0
1 0 2
3 t 0
3 1 1
2 0 3
1 3 1
0 0 1
2 1 2
J ). n
1 4
I 0
5 2
0 0
Total!.. ..38 20 !; IS
New York 3
Boston 1
Two-base hits: Murray
OConnollr. II
iM'rnvltle, si 5
OMyen, lb... 3
0 Smith, 2b... 5
OTItui, rt....4
0 Berlin, 3b... 4
CJackron, cf.. 4
Ollarlilen. c. 3
lTyler, p 0
0 Brown, p.... J
0
- Totals 34 6 27 SO 3
3
7 0 0 0 0 1 1 1-13
0O300000-4
(2), Herzog,
0-ft. 3
1 -0 1
1 4 8
o 0 1
0 0 1
Doyle, Titus, Myers. Rarlden. Connelly
Hits: Off Tyler, 8 In one and two-thlrdB
Innings: off Brown, 12 In seven and one
third Innings: Stolen bases: Merklo (2).
Burns, Herzog. Sacrifice files: Myers,
Hcrsog. Double play: Smith to Meyers.
Left on bases: New York. 4; Boston,
10. Bases on balls: Off Demaree, 6;
off Tyler. 1; off Brown. 2. First on
errors; New York, 1; Boston, 1. Hit
by pitched ball: By Tyler, Herzog; by
Brown, Merkle; by Demaree, Myers,
Struck out: By Demaree, 4; by Tyler, 1J
by Brown, 1. Time: 1:55. Umpires Rlgler
and Byron.
Ducky .MIftna ClnrUe.
Josh B. t'larke. brother of the famous
Josh Clarke of base ball, was signed by
DucKy Holmes yesterday to piay tne oui
field for the Sioux City 'Indians. He will
probably work In today's game.
Pitcher Rixey
Signs Contract
PHILADELPHIA, April 18.-Eppa
Rlxey. the left-handed pitcher of the
Philadelphia National league baso ball
club, today signed his 1913 contract and
left with the team for Brooklyn. Rtxoy's
failure to sign sooner, It Is said, was due
to his desire to continue his studies at
the University of Virginia until June.
"Mke" Donlln Js now the only Philadel
phia player that has not signed a con
tract for this year.
WESLEY AN AND NORMAL ,
TEAMS DIVIDE GAME?
i
KEARNEY, Neb., April 18. (Special
Telegram.) In' the Kearney Normal and
Wesleyan games played here, the Nor
mals took the first game on Thursday
by a score of 5 to 4. Tho batteries far
the visitors were Gary and Swett. for the
home team Devol and Randolph.
Friday's game was -won by WesleJ'ai
with a score of 11 to 4. Kearney coula
not hit the Visiting pitcher and the local
man delivered poor ball. The batteries:
Chamberlain and Gory for Wesleyan and
Lawyer and Randolph for Kearney.
Thorpe to Stick.
. Unofficial statements going the round!
concerning the future of jni Thorpe With
the Giants, have smoked out Manager Mc
Grnw to the extent of a strong denial
that Thorpe, 1bw to be. released soon ufter
the onenlntr of the 'ohamnlonshln season.
"This he not oniv" 'denied, but added nn
official statement that bib Jim wouw
remain with the Giants all season.
TOPEKA
Umpire: Anderson,
i.osks on r.nnonn
Totals 36 1 9 27 15 4
Bated for Perry In tho eighth.
Lincoln 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0
(Wlohlta 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-1
Left on bases; Wichita, 15; Lincoln. 10.
Bacrlflce hits: Rapp (2), Davis, Barbour.
Baker. Two-base hits; Barbour, Pettl
grew, Mullen. Three-base hit: Middle
Qtni.n ha..,, l.lnvil. Mullen. Cobb.
Hits: Off Perry. 8 in eight Innings: off
Ellis, 2 In one Inning; off Knapp. 8 In
eight and one-third Innings; off Ehman.
2 In one-third Inning. Struck out: By
Terry. 8; by Knapp. 6. Basea qn balls:
Off Perry. 8; off Knapp, 4. Passed ball:
ltimton. Time: 2K)2. Umpire: Secrlst.
Oomhuskers Take
Game from Aggies
MANILVTTAN, Kan., April 18.-(Spe
clal.) Tho University Qf Nebraska team
won from the Kansas Aggies today. 5 to
,4,, tho Aggies "losing on poor .base running
In tho first, two InnljiKB. Nebraska's
scores In the third were made by bunched
hits and Flory getting a two-bagger.
H,.nr.: R.H.E.
University of Neb. .0 03030000-5 10 4
Kansas Aggies .'.10 0 0 0 01 0 2 1-1 7 4
Butteries: Beckhoff and Hart; Bailey
and Forsburg.
American Asaa'rlntton Games. '
At Kansas City- R.H.K.
Indianapolis 8 10 4
Kansas City ., f! .10 7
Batteries: Kalserllng. Greln: SCharat:
and Casey; Schlltier and O'Connor. !
At Minneapolis R.H.E.
"Louisville 3 10 4
Minneapolis 8 10 1
Batteries: Iaudermllk, Northrop and
Roth; Clemens, Young, Llebhardt and
Owens.
At Milwaukee- R.H.B.
Columbus 0 6 3
Milwaukee 3 9 1
Batteries: Cook and Smith; Daugherty
and Hugher.
At St. Paul R.H.E.
Toledo 7 " 0
St Paul 9 13 0
Batteries: Collamore. Walker and
Kruegerr'Rleger, Gregg and'Mtller.
Totalt 46 It 3( 1 0 Totali 41 11 3 II 1
Batted for McCarthy In ninth.
Batted for Fromme In ninth.
Cincinnati ., 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0-fi
Pittsburgh 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0-
Hits: Off Camnltz. 9 In eight and one
third innings; off Robinson, 3 In three
and two-thirds Innings; off Fromme, 10
in nine innings; on Johnson, 1 in tnree j
lnlngs. Two-base hits: Carey, Miller. I
Three-base hits: Miller, Tinker. Stolen
base: Hoblltzel, Sacrifice hit: Butler.
Sacrlflco flies: Tinker, McCarthy. Left
on bases: Cincinnati, 9; Pittsburgh, 9.
Bases on balls: Off Fromme, 6; off
Camnltz, 6. Struck out: By Fromme. 4:
by Camnltz, 2; by .Robinson, 2. Htt by
pitched ball: My Fromme, Butler. Double
plays: i Egan to Tinker to Hoblltzel,
Egan to Hoblltzel. Time: J;So. Ujmplres:
Owens and Guthrie.
Phillies Are Victor AkrIii.
BROOKLYN. Anrll 18 Sentnn nnrt
Rucker repeated their buttle royal of
April 9 here today and the result was
the same, Philadelphia defeating Brook
lyn, 1 to 0. The solitary run was scored
In the second Inning, when Magee sin
gled, took third on Dolan's long hit and
scored on Doolan's sacrifice fly. Doolan
allowed only five hits and struck out
eight -batters. Stengel had a great day
in center field, getting seven putouts.
Tho game was- featured by clean fielding
and sharp work on the bases. Stengel
third
of a
waB shut off at the plate In the
wnrn neaton made a great stop
hp- 'n-e rv .Meyer, score:
PHILADELPHIA. BROOKLYN.
AB.H.O.A.E. AB.II.O.A K
Tukert. cf..
Km be, 3b..
Lobert, lb .
Mai', rf...
Dolan. If....
Luderai, lb. 4
Doolan, aa. . 3
Dooln, ,e I
Seaton, p 3
Total!
.31
0 2 0 AMenezI, cl. 417 0
3 0 1 OCutthaw, 2b 4 1 4 3
0 0 1 OWyer, rf. ' .. 3 0 1 0
1 3 0 0 Wheat. t..:ri 13 0
3 10 ODaubert, lb.. 1 1 7 0
0 S 0 cSmltb, 3b... 4 112
L 3 1 Ol'lacher. . J 0 0 0
1 11 0 0'Erwln 10 0 0
0 0 1 OMIller, ct... 3 0(3
- Hucker, p. 8 0 0 2
7 II SO I
B 27 9
A. E.
6
0
1
0
0
1
3
Totals 20 B 6 27 20
SIOUX CITY.
AB. R. H
j Smith, 2b 2 0
t'ooney, ss.. S 1
I Clarke If 4 1
Hartley, rf 5 1
Davidson, rf 5 0
James, 3b S 0
Lindsay, lb- 4 0
Rapp. c . ....2 0
Young, p., 4 0
Btunge, c 2 0
Breen A 0
O.
0
2
0
0
3
1
10
0,
0'
0
0 .
A.
5
1
1
0
0
' 1
0
0
7
1
0
runs in innnerl When
- m
Threaten the Plate.
TOPEKA, Kan.. April 18.-Errors at
critical times lost the opening game for
Topeka today and Denver's opportune
hitting helped win It, 4 to t. The game
was preceded hy an automobile pared.
Governor Hodges pitched the first abll
and Mayor Cofran caught It. Score:
TOPEKA.
AB. R.
4 1
4", D
3 0
4 0
3 0
3 0
4 0
3 0
3 0
0
Cochran. 2b..
Le. If
Forsythe. cf.
McLarry rf...
Rapp. lb
J. French, ss.
Snapp, 3b
Crist, c
Cochreham. p.
21 16
3 0 0 0
10 0 1
-45
-45
Totals 37
Batted for Stange In the ninth Inning,
Omaha
Runs I 0 0
Hits 3. 0' 0
Bloux C4ty
Runs I 0 1
Hits 1 1 l
Stolen bases Cooney
Sacrifice hit Justice
I soy. Two-base hits:
Reynolds, p 0
Totals 31 1
, DENVER,
AB. R.
C. French. 2b 3 0
Ollmore. If 3 1
Channel), rf 3 0
Cassldy, rf 3 1
Qulllln, 3b 4 1
Fisher, lb 3 1
Matthews, ss. 4 0
Hagerman, p.,, 3 0
0 0 0 0 0 13
12 10 11-8
(3). Thomason
Bacrlflce fly
Totals. 3 4
Tooeka 10 0 0
Denver . o o g o
H. O. A. E.I
1 3 1 j
1 1 0 0
0 10 0
0 10 0
OHIO
0 4 3 0
0 2 8 2
0 4 4 1
10 2 1
0 0 0 0
3 27 16 1
H. O. A. E.
113 2
0 3 0 0
0 2 0 0
0 0 0 0
2 110
1 10 0 0
14 3 0
1 0 S 0
6 27 12 "1
i 0 0 0 0 01
12 3 0 0 0-4
Johnson. Kane. I Three-base hit; Cochran. Two-base
Sprin
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but
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it's a
Gordon
THE
Gordon
Totals 31
Batted for Fischer In nlni.
Philadelphia 0 1 0 6 0 0 0 0 01 (
Hroomyn 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
left on hjllttt? Phllnriflnhln. A' TlrnnWlvn
.. v.- .... ,,,io. U I 1 1 , .'Ml I Lit. Dtlv
riflce fly: Doolan. Stolen bases: Knabe.
Dolan, Meyer, Daubert. Base on ball
Off Seaton. 2; off Rucker. 2. Struck out
By Seaton. 8: by Rucker, 5. Time- 1:40.
Umpires: Klem and Orth.
Cuba Downed li- Ht. Loots.
ST. IQUIS. April 18. St Louis turned ,
imuk in run? laDuitiii, o iu t i ue Dnme ,
was featured by 16ng hits. -JIonAe runs I
were 'made- by Mitchell, siaKee and
Bailee
Chicago bunched a single and home
run In thu first for their only runs.
Bailee settled down after this and Chi
cago could do nothing with his curves.
St I .out', scored In the second Inning
when Lav, nd-r hit Evans, who stole
second and scored when O'Leary singled.
St Iouls scored again In the third on
Hu if Kin's walk and Magee's home run.
Poor base running In this Inning cost
the locals another run.
Smith relieved Lavender In the fourth
and held St. Louis hltless until the
seventh, when the home team scored
five runs on a pass, two errors and
three hits, one home run by Sallee. Score
CHICAOO. ST uouis.
AB.II.O.A E AB H O.A E.
HAT
Maori, cf . . . 4
Bchultt. rt . 4
Mitchell, if. 4
Zlm'man, lb 4
Archer, lb. 4
Erfra. lb.... I
I'hclan, 3b. 3
hrldwell, aa. 1
ttarri.len, a 3
Brean'han, c I
Lavender, p. 1
Smith, p I
Olluiilna, 2b. 2
QSiazee, ir 4
1 Mowrey, 3b. 4
lKcmetehy, lb 4
1 Brans, .rf . . 3
OOaker, cf 4
0 O'Leary. as 4
OW'lnto, c. 3
0 Sallee. r 4
1
0 Total!
0
12 I 37 11
..33 24 13 4
Tnt a I
Chtcago 2 0 00 0 0 0 0 02
St. Louis 0 1 2 0 0 0 5 0 -$
Two-base hits: Mowrey, Evans. Three-
base hit: Zimmerman. Home runs
Mitchell, Magee, Sallee. Hits: Off
Lavender, 6 In three Innings; off Smith,
3 In five Innings. tSolen base Evans.
Double plays: Leach to Bresnahan,
O'l-earv to Konetchy to Wlgo, Ieft on
bai-cs St Louis. 4. Chicago, 3. Base
on balls. Oft Smith, 1, off Lavender, 2.
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