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TTTE BEE: OMAHA, MONDAY, APRITj 21, 1(113.
Now Jeff Knows More About Base Ball Than Frank Chance, Himself Drawn for The Bee by "Bud" Fisher
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ROURKES IN THREE STRAIGHT
Make Clean Sweep of the Opening
Series with Sioux City.
ANOTHER RECRUIT TO FRONT
Peter Pltehe Rami null After the
Onentnn; InnlnB lloorken Make
KnoiiRh In lie Fifth
to Win.
Heavy stick work In the fifth inning
pulled Omaha from behind In yosterday'a
three-run lead, which the Indians failed
game with Sioux City and gave them a
to overcome, Omaha winning tho third
consecutive game by a 5 to 2 score.
In tho fifth the Indians were leading
by one run. "Hickory" Johnson ,the
first batter up for tho Rourkrs, slammed
the ball to the left field boards for two
bases. Then with two men down Justlco
spilled he beans with another doublo
to right vand Johnson romped home, ty
ing the score. Coylo walked and Thorn
ason singled, the latter's hit scoring
Justice. At this stage of the gamo
"Bunk" Congalton registered a double
across the rubber. About this tlmo
Klein, who started pitching for Sioux
City, was Jerked and Kerby Wlilto sent
to tho rescue. Kerby did tho deed and
held tho Rourkes safo for the remainder
of tho game.
For Omaha Manager Arbogast picked
another recruit, and also a right-hander
by tho name of Peters, to fling. Peters
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was touched for two singles, a sacrifice,
and walked two men In the opening
round, enough to glvo tho Indians their
only two runs. Here It was decided that
Manager Arbogast decided to glvo Peters
another oluuico in tho box. And It was
somo chance, for tho big hurlcr gave but
threo lilts In the remaining eight Innings
and ono of thoso was scratchy.
Slimy Knee the "Wind,
Although the weather was somewhat
chilly, a largo crowd of real fans were
out, and "pulled" until Omaha had won.
Tho cool breezes mado the play snappy
and filled the players with "ginger."
Sioux City pulled off many fast plays,
but tho slaughter of Klein took the
"pep" out of tho boys.
wonderful stop of Davidson's grounder
In tho third Inning Schlpke made a
over second bnse. "Skipper" picked tho
ball up with his meal hand and turning
completely around sped the ball to Kane,
who caught "Davy" sliding Into first.
Coylc made a sensational catch of Rapp's
fly, which went on a line over third
base In tho fourth Inning.
The first double steal of tho season
was pulled off by Congalton and Kane
In tho fifth Inning. Connie was on
second and Kane had Just drawn a
walk. Instead of stopping at first Kane
kept on running and Congalton, getting
the tip, made for thiol. Klein, who
was In tho box, was so dumfounded that
he watched the two men work tho dar
ing stunt while ho fondled tho ball.
Pulls Oat of Hole.
White, who relieved Klein, for tho In
dians, got himself out of a bad hole In
tho seventh Inning. With Coylo on third
nnd Thomason on second and one down.
White deliberately walked Kane. Grubb
batted ono to Cooney, who threw to
Rapp, forcing Coylc out. Still with the
bases full, ho struck "Hick" Johnson out.
Smith opened for the Indians with a
walk. Cooney also got free transporta
tion. Clarke sacrificed, ndvancing both
men. Davidson singled to left, scoring
Birilth and Cooney.
Omaha mado ono in the fourth. AVIth
ono down Thomason singled and took
second on a wild pitch. A single by Kane
scored Thomason. Then the fifth In
ning proved the undoing of tho wily
Sioux. Thomason was the star at tho
bat, getting four hits In as many times
up. Kane got two walks, a sacrlflco
and a hit In the four times ho faced Jihe
pitcher. Score: x
OMAHA.
ab. r. ir. n. a. vi.
Justice, ss S 1 1 2 3 0.
uoyle. U 2 1 0 2 0 0
Thomason, rf 4 2 4 10 0
Congalton, rf 3 0 2 1 0 0
Kane, lb 1 0 1 11 0 i
Grubb, 3b 4 0 0 2 2 1
Johnson, c 4 114 2 0
Schlpke. 2b 4 0 1 4 2 O
Peters, p 4 0 10 6 0
Totals 31 C 11 27 15 2
SIOUX CITY.
An. n u r a t.-.
OII1U1I, ii ,1
Cooney, ss ....3
Ionard, Hunter, Jones. Struck out: Uy
Sweet, 6; by Chellette, 1; by Rhodes. 2.
Base on balls: Off Chellette, 4; off Boll,
2; off Sweet, 1. lilt by pitched bail:
by Rhodes (Jones). Time: 1:50. Umpire:
Anderson.
LliVCOLN HUNS OV11H WICHITA
Hartley, rf 3
James, Sb 3
Lindsav. lb i
Rapp, c 4
ivieln. p... 1
White, p 1
Holmes 1
Totals
n.iioii
Omaha
113 1
0 10 3
0 0 2 0
"110
0 10 0
0 0 0 0
0 0 12
0 1 10 0
0 0 7 2
0 0 0 S
0 0 0 1
0 10 0
2 5 24 12
ninth Inning.
n'o 0 11
2 4 0 1 1
im "
Hlniiv rif.,
V"8 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-2
'-; V.'3 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1-5
"tte: ne, (2); Schlpke. t'l:
T"'""'luS' Jt"?Jf. Undsay. Smith
Justice to Schlpkercooney to smltrto
Lindsay. Hits: Off KWn V.. ,'?n1?
Off Peters V ofrmi oa8es on ba:
hy White. 3. 'Wild pitch': Kle n rJl
on Basos: Omaha, S; Sioux City i -ffc"
of game: 1:52. ijmnir-, pi.h..t 8' Tlmo
vaminions.
DBS MOI.MJS TAKES LAST GAME
Se,t Strong All the Wr st.
inVKS D" 'ead ChBaei eTe
and Rhodes were Ineffective. Score-
DES MOINES.
rf 6
T. Rellly, Sb.'.'. '.'.'.':: n
Andreas, 2b g
Sentell. ss 5
Shaw, c... t. 4
Sweet, p 3
R. H. O. A.
0 2 2 0
113 0
1110
3 2 13 0
0 10 1
0 0 1 S
0 3 15
116 0
1112
n: 5 ii
ST. JOSEPH.
A?- O. A. E.
.vein, 11 a 1 0 2 0
R. Watson, rf 3 0 13 0
Ochf, 2b 4 0 12 0
Zwllllng. cf 4 0 0 " 1
Brewer,? lb 4 0 0 9 0
Westerzll, 3b 4 1 1 1 2
iueinKe, ss B 0 1 4 3 0
Ketter, c 3 0 0 4 1 0
uneneue, p z 0 0 0 3 0
unoaes, p o 0 0 0 l 0
Bell, p 0 0 0 0 0 0
rannenu 1 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 31 2 4 27 11
Batted for Rhodes In eighth.
Des Moines 12002010 17
St. Joseph -, 10010000 0-2
Three-base lilts: Ochs, T. Rellly, Two-
base nits: ttwret. It. Watson. Westerzll
Fox, Sentell. Hits: Off Chellette, 9
In five and two-thirds Innings, off
Rhodes, 3 In two and one-third Innings,
In Tenth limine IIIimv Up, Follow
ing Eleventh-Hour Itnlljr
WICHITA, Kan., April 20.-Aftcr Uelng
the scoro In the ninth, Wichita went to
Pieces in tho tenth and Lincoln scored
four runs. The hitting of Mlddleton fea
tured. Score:
LINCOLN.
AB. R. H. O. A. E.
Lloyd. Jb & 0 1 2 S 2
Mullen, lb 6 1 -1 12 0 . 0
Cobb, rf 4 3 2 0 0 0
Mccormick, If 4 1 2 2 0 0
Cole, cf 4 13 0 10
Barbour, 3b 4 2 112 0
Dowllng, ss 3 1 0 2 4 1
Hakcr, 0 4 0 2 11 0 0
Smith, p 4 0 0 0 3 0
Totals 3S 9 12 30 15 3
WICHITA.
AB. It. H. O. A. K.
Mlddleton, cf 5 2 3 3 0 0
Burke. 2b 5 0 1 3 2 1
Davis, rf 4 1 I 1 0 0
Koerncr, lb 3 1 1 13 0 0
Callahan, ss 4 0 1 3 8 0
Rapp, 3b 5 0 0 4 5 1
Pcttlgrew, If 4 0 0 0 0 0
Kern, o 3 110 12
Durham, p 3 0 0 0 3 0
Craig 10 10 0 0
Wacob, c 1 0 0 3 0 0
Ellis, p 0 0 0 0 1 1
Hughes 1 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 3 5 3 30 20 6
Batted for Kerns In tho eighth.
Batted for Ellis In tho tenth.
Lincoln 0 00301100 4-9
Wichita 0 000011210-6
Two-base hit: Cobb. Three-baso hits:
Mlddleton (5). Stolen bases: coou, 1.010,
Lloyd, PettlKiow. Hits: urt uurnani. t
In eight Innings; off EIIIb, 4 In two in
nings. Doublo plays: Burko to Calla
han to Koerner; Callahan to Burke to
Koerncr; Lloyd to Dowlln to Mullen.
Struck out: By Smith. 9; by Ellis, Z.
Bases 011 balls: Off Durham, 4; off
Smith, 6; off Ellis, 1. Passed ball: Kern.
Hit by pitched ball: By Kills, Dowllng;
by Smith, Pettlgrew. Tlmo: 2:10. Um
pire: . Scgrlst.
11DENVER' LOSES ITS FI11ST GAME
Topekn, rrlth Hunched HltH In Sev
enth, Takes Lust of Series.
TOPEKA. ' Kan.. April 20. Topcka
bunched hits in the seventh nnd won.
Denver had runners on tho bases In
every Inning except two, but Reyolds
was very effective In the pinches and
was given excellent support. Scoro:
TOPEKA.
AB. R, H. O. A. E.
Cochran, 2b 3 0 0 0 2 0
Gear, If 3 0 0 5 0 0
Forsytho, cf 4 1 0 3 0 0
McLarry rf 3 0 0 0 0 0
Rapp, lb 2 2 1 12 0 1
French, ss 3 2 2 1 2 1
Dulln, 3b 3 110 3 0
Crist, o 3 0 2 0 4 0
Reynolds, p a u u v s u
Totals 27 6 G 27 13 2
DENVER.
AB. R, H. O. A. 13.
Block. 2b 4 0 1110
Ollmore. If 3 0 1 3 0 0
Channel I. cf 4 0 0 4 0 0
Cassldy, rf 4 0 0 3 0 0
Qulllen, 3b z 1 u u 1 u
Fisher, lb 4 o o 10 o u
Snahr. o 4 0 0 2 3 0
Matthews, ss 3 0 2 1 4 2
ST. LOUIS' ERRORS COSTLY
Pittsburgh Takes Opening; of Series
by Score of Five to Four.
CHICAGO DEFEATS CINCINNATI
Hit When llltfi Mrnnt It linn linker
Clontn Hull for Fonr Ilnnes
.Immerninn IllnKlcft n
Three-Ilnser.
MURPHY DOWNSAD WOLGAST
Former Champion Beaten Unmerci
fully in Last Three Rounds.
FACE REDUCED TO A PULP
tliiMlnuuht Started When Ail Mlsaeil
Terrific StrliiK to the Jnvr
Lnnt Tno Itonmls Are
Pitiful.
Moran, p
0 0 11
Totals 30 1 4 24 10 3
Topeka 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 2 -C
Denver 01000000 0-1
Three-baso hit: Gllmoro. Two-basn lilts:
Rapp, French. Sacrlflco hits: Mcl.iirry,
Gllmoro. Sacrlflco flies: Gear, French.
Stolen bases: French, allien. Bases on
balls: Off Reynolds, 2; off Moran, 2.
Struck out: By HeynolOB. t: iioran. 2.
Hit pitched ball: By Reynolds, 1; by
Moran, z. Time: z:.u umpire: sigicr.
Armours Conquer
Gas Company Team
The Armours played their first game
of the season Saturday, defeating thn
Gas company ot Florence park. The
features wero the hitting and fielding of
Graves and McGrath and Mat-can's field
ing. Tho Armours will play tho Brode-
gaards at Armour park today. Score:
ARMOURS. OAS COMPANY,
AB. II. O A B. All. 11.0. A. K.
OrTM. cf,.. 4 : 4 0 OWett's'd', Ml 0 0 0 0
riowlfj, Sb.. 4 0 2 S OCarlson, rt., 4 0 0 0 0
Burks, 2b... 4 111 OSlirtm, cf.. 6 1 4 J
B. Illitt, u. 4 0 0 1 IFulltr, 16... I 0 4 1 1
McOrtth. lb. 4 I 0 0B1wn. lb.. I t I I I
McQiudt, If 1 3 1 OPtrkhunt, It t 110 0
F, HUtt, r(. 4 1 0 0 1 Moran, Jb... 4 1 I 1 3
SUnni, c... 1 0 1 0 OPUIillch, c. 4 2 9 1 0
RmlUh, p.. 1 0 1 3 lWtbcr, p.... 4 2 0 4 0
Donovan, .. 2 J I 2 0 .
(Jumna, p.. 2 1 0 2 0 Totala 17 7 27 12
Tolala....T 10 27 12 t
Arnlours 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2-6
Gas company 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0-2
Two-baso hits: McGrath, McQuade, F
Hlatt. Hits; Off English, 1 In three in
nines. Stolen bases: Burke, Hlatt. Mc
Quade. McGrath (2). Bases on balls: Oft
English, 3; off Gurness 2. Struck out:
by English, 2; by Gurnew, 7; by Weber.
7. Earned runs: Armours, 2. Time: 2:00.
Umpire: Murphy.
Cobb Dispute May-
Result in Big Probe
WASHINGTON, April M.-TI10 contro
versy between "Ty" Cobb and the Detroit
American league baso ball management
over the signing of Cobb's agreement for
this season may result In an Investigation
by congress to ascertain whether the sys
tem of players' contracts of the base ball
leagues violate the Sherman anti-trust
law or the law against peonage.
Representative Hardwlck of Georgia,
representing In congress the district In
which Cobb lives, stated tonight ho was
working on a resolution for such an In'
vestlgatlon and would Introduce It In the
house next week.
ST. LOUIS, April M.-Plttsburgh took
ndvnntago of errors by tho local tenm
nnd won the first gamo of tho aorles, by
6 to 4. St. Louis scored Its runs when,
with tho bnses full, Mugeo drovo tho ball
Into tho rightficld scats for a homo run.
In the fifth Inning, Pittsburgh scored
two runs on O'Toolcs slnglo with two
men on bases and Evans' throw to tho
stands. Carey's steal of second nnd
Wlngo's error counted another In this
Inning.
, Pittsburgh tied tho scoro In tho eighth
Inning on Carey's slnglo nnd Miller's
three-base hit to left field. Salleo then
relieved Harmon. After Konctchy drop
ped Wilson's foul, tho Plttsburgher
scored Miller with the winning run on
a hot slnglo, to center. Scoro:
riTTsnuHon. st. louts,
All. ll.O. A. K. AD.H.O.A.E.
Carer. If 3 2 0 0 Ollutjlni. 2b. 4 0 2 1 0
Ilofman, cf.. S 0 0 0 OMagce, If-rt. 4 110 0
Ilyrne, Sb... 4 1 1 2 OMowrty, lb, ! ! I I 0
Miller, lb... 1 11 1 OKonetthr, lb 3 Oil) 2 1
Wllaon, rt... i 2 2 1 OK tans, rt... 4 0 2 0 1
Ilutlor, 2b... 3 1 2 2 OOakra, cf.... 3 0 3 1 0
MrCthr, M, I 0 1 1 Oslicckard, If. 0 0 0 0 0
nllifon, c. ... 0 0 3 0 Oo'Loary, as, 4 13 3 1
Ktllrjr. c... 3 17 0 OWInto. c... 2 0 4 3 1
O'Tooln, p...2 1 0 2 0 Harmon, p.. 2 1 0 1 0
Itoblnson, p, 2 0 0 1 ORallrc,. p.... 0 0 0 0 0
WhlttM ... 1 0 0 0 0
Totala 12 2 27 12 0Cathrr ...110 0 0
McLtan ...1000
Totals..... U (27 1 4
Batted for Oakes In the eighth.
Batted for Wingo In tho ninth.
Batted for Salleo In tho ninth,
Pittsburgh 0 0 0030020-5
St. Louis 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0-4
Three-bnso hit: Miller. Homo run:
Mageo. Hits: Off O'Toole, 4 In four and
two-thirds lnnliigt,:. off rfiblnson, 2 In
four and two-thirds innings; off Hnrmon,
8 In seven and two-thirds Innings; off
Hnllcc, 1 In ono and one-third Innings.
Sacrlflco hit: Ilofman. Stolen baso:
Carey. Doublo play: Hugglns to Ko.
netchy. Left on bases: Pittsburgh, 4;
St. Louis. 6. Bases on balls: Off O'Toole,
4; off Robinson, 1; off Harmon, 3. Struck
out: By O'Toole, 4; by Robinson, B; by
Harmon, 1. Time: s:w. umpires: urcn
nan nnd Eason.
Chlcnito llcfentx Clnclnnntl.
CINCINNATI. O.. April 20. Making
each of their throo hlta count when they
wero needed, Chicago won from Cincin
nati today, 3 to 2. Both Benton and
Suggs were effective. Cheney was hit
fairly hard,, but Cincinnati could do
nothing with Lavender. Bates' homo run
scored onn for Cincinnati In tho opening
Inning. Chicago tallied 00 on Ulnlwoll's
trlplo and Archer's slnglo In the fifth.
Cincinnati also got ono In that Inning,
when Besclier singled and Zlmmermai)
threw Tinker's grounder wild. Chicago
scored two In tho eighth, when, with ono
out, Egan fumbled Mitchell's grounder
and Zimmerman s triple brought him
home. K,lm menu an scored on Salcr's out.
Score:
CHICAGO. CINCINNATI.
An.H.O. A.K. All. ll.O. A. E.
Clrnifr, cf.. 3 0 1 0 ODeacher. If.. 4 1 1 0 0
Rchulte, rf.. 4 0 10 Ollatea, cf.... 4 13 0 0
Mitchell. If.. 3 0 6 0 OTInktr, aa... 4 1 2 2 0
Zlm'man, 2b 4 1 1 1 1 Hobllttcl, lb 4 1 II 0 0
Baler, lb.... 3 0 10 0 Olleckcr, rf... 3 1 2 0 0
KTers, 2b.... 10 11 OlSgan. 2b.... 2 112 1
rhalan. 2b,. 2 0 1 1 OOrant, lb..,. 4 0 1 1 0
Drldwell. M. 2 1 4 4 OCIarka. c..., 2 1 4 1 0
Archer, e... 4 12 2 Ollenton, p.... 1 0 0 0 0
Chenejr, p... 1 0 0 4 OSMfgs, p 2 0 0 (0
l-armdcr, p. 10030
Miller 1 0 0 0 0 Total 32 7 27 12 1
Total 2 3 27 It 1
Batted for Cheney In the novcnth.
Chicago 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 01
Cincinnati 1 0 0 0 1 0X 0 0 0-2
Three-base lilts: Zimmerman. Brld-
well. Homo run: Bates. Hits: Off
Cheney! C In six Innings: off Lavender. 1
In threo Innings; off Benton, 4 In four In
nings (nono out in tho nrtiu; on rjuggs,
1 In five Innings. Sacrifice hit: Cheney.
Stolen bases: Grant, Miller. Loft on
bases: Chicago, C: Cincinnati, 5. liases
on balls: Off Cheney, 2; off Benton, 3;
off Suggs, 2. Hit by pitched bull: uy
Suggs (PhelaiO. Struck out: By Chcnoy,
2; by Lavender, 1: by Benton, 4; by
Suggs, 1. Time: 2:05. Umpires. Owens
and Guthrie.
Cornhuskers Lose
the Game to Aggies
MANHATTAN, Kan., April 20.-(SpecIal
Telegram.) Nebraska lost the gamo hero
by a score of 6 to 4, Nebraska failed to
bunch Its hits. Both teams played a bet
ter game today than yesterday. First
Baseman Jones played a star gamo for
Nebraska. PoIIom kept Nebraska guess
ing, except In the sixth, when the visitors
bunched four hits, scoring three men
Rodman pitched good ball throughout
but tho errors of the Inflelders proved
costly. Score: R.H.E,
Nebraska 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 14 11 3
Ageles 0 0320100 6 1
Batteries: Rodman and Harto; Pollom
and Forsburg.
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KAN FRANCISCO. April For six
Icon rounds "llnrlcm" Tommy Murphy
of Now York, nnd Ad Wolgnst battled
Saturday with but llttlo advantage.
Then Wolgnst missed a right 11 nil paved
tho way for a flght-cml decision In favor
of Murphy. Inclijentiilly It sorved to
bring tho Harlem fighter to tho front
ranks as a lightweight chafiipltinshlp
contender, after thirteen rars of dog
ged effort, nnd wns loudly cherrod wIiph
Itoferco "Jim" Griffin awnwarded him tho
decision after twenty rounds of des
perato fighting.
In tho seventeenth round Wolgnst sent
n turrlflo right swing for his opponent's
Jaw. It fell short nnd tho cx-chnm-plon
spun around like a top and nil but
felt to tho floor. Murphy smashed tho
spinning Wolgnst's fnco until tho blood
sprnyeil In every direction. Wolgnst
wilted llko a leaf nnd stalled nnd clinched
to tho end of tho fight to avoid a
knockout.
In tho eighteenth round, Wolgnnt rti
colvcd tho worst bcntlng of his long
ring career. Ho opened with a rush, but
a strnlght right caught him on tho chili
and stopped him short. Murphy fairly
smothered his opponent In this round,
with cutting half urm Jolts to tho fnco,
nnrt It required tho services of Wolgnst'n
entire retlnuo of seconds to patch his
face between tho rounds.
Tho nineteenth nnd twentloth rounds
found Murphy boating n ceftBelcsB tattoo
on his almost helpless antagonist's body
nnd fnce, but tho power o deliver n
finishing punch wns inciting nnd tho Now
Yorker was compelled to bo content with
a well-earned decision In his favor.
Wolgast wns a ghastly Bight as his
seconds carried him from tho ring.
Prior to tho seventeenth round tho bat
tie was a repetition of tho provlous meet
ing between the two fighters, which
ended In a draw, Wolgast lnndlng fre
quently on the body, and Murphy de
voting himself to his rival's- faco and
head. Wolgast's punches, most of which
wero delivered nt close range, lacked
force, however, and had llttlo effect.
Murphy declnred ho was ready to meet
Wllllo Ritchie for tho tltlo nt a moment's
notice.
"Murphy's tho toughcBt over," was
Wolgast's only comment.
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Athletics on Boom
at Doane College
CRETE, Neb., April 20.-(Bpec!al.)Tlio
athletic field nt Doano presents a busy
nppearanco for nt least threo hourB
every day. With from bIx to eight on
tho tennis courts, twenty-flvo or moro
out for baso bull, nnd nearly as many
working out In track ovonts, coupled
with a dozen or so from the high school
that work out every night, it rather
lookli as if Doano men were at It to win
this year.
Tennis under tho tutelage of Rev. Mr.
Calvert Is coming finely and tho Blngles
tournament begins this week. Tho courts
havo been put In excollent shapo.
In baso ball, ulthough tho boys lost
both games lust week, thoy did bettor
than they had ixpectcd to do with only
two days practice for both games. Tho
team Is practically settlrd upon now nnd
tho lineup looks exceedingly good. Tho
Infield consists entirely of veterans,
Bronson, OnteB, Krebs, BenBon. Moor
mnn and Kretslnger. and Is playing ex
cellent ball. In tho garden, Davison, who
held down tho third cushion last year,
Is playing right field, and Koester is at
his old position at left. In center field
Is the only now man on the team, Kinney,
a young academy fellow who Is gobbling
them up In good shnpe. With from n
dozen to fifteen scrubs out every night,
tho boys am getting good workouts every
evening and slnco thoy havo no games
for a couplo of weeks, thoy expect to
bo In fine trim to meet Wesloyan on
May S.
The track outlook Is also encouraging.
In tho sprints a new man, Wallace, Is
doing good work nnd Johnston and
Wlshart, both 180 pounders, are doing
no mo good preliminary work In the
weights. From eight to ten are out
every night working out on tho track
to get In condition for the longer races,
Bnd Mlckle and Hlgby will have some
good help In their events from tho looks
of tint new materia). Nutzman In tho
sprints and Goble In tho weights are
coming up to their old time form and
Captain Nutzman expects to havo his
team In flno feUlo by May 3, when It
goes against thn Wosleynn Coyotnn on
the same, day that tho base ball nlno
meet them.
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TIGERS TAKEJN ST, LOUIS
Bush's Timely Single to Right Field
in Eleventh Ends Game.
CLEVELAND BESTS WHITE SOX
lliuieheil Hits Off Wnlsh Give Vis
itors Flnnl tinnic nf the
Series Clentte Stnrts
Strong-.
DETROIT. Mich.. April JO.-Tlush's
whistling slnglo to right In tho eleventh
tuning enabled Detroit to defeat St.
Louis, 3 to 2 today, In a thrilling gamo.
Detroit's first two runs wero scored
on doublo steals. St. Louis' initial tally
cmno in tho socond, when Austin singled,
ndvnuced on Walaco's bunt and scored
on Agncw's drlvo to center. In tho
eighth, Vench. by a magnificent throw
caught Pratt at tho plate, but McKoo
dropped the ball after tho umplro had
wavud tho runner out, tying tho score.
Scoro:
8T. LOUIS. DRTIIOIT.
All. 11.0 A.K. All. ll.O, A.K.
Rhotlrn, cf.. 6 3 0 1 Olluah, as.... 4 1 1 3 0
Johnaton, It. 4 0 3 0 OIIUli, cf.. . 3 2 4 2 0
Wllllamn, rf 3 0 4 0 OlVawofnl, rf t 0 2 0 0
rratt, lb 3 0 II 3 OVeach, If... 4 14 10
llrlcf. lb..., 4 0 9 1 0(1 a I nor. lb... 2 1 13 1 0
Auitln, Sb... 6 2 2 2 OMorlarty, 3b S 2 2 2 1
Wallace, aa, 2 0 1 1 Oljimlen, 2b.. 0 0 3 2 0
Walih, aa... 1 0 2 2 OVItt, 2b 3 2 2 1 1
Agnew, 0.... 4 2 II & OMcKee, c... 112 11
llaumx't'r, pB 1 0 4 OJLIullln, p.... 5 1 0 II 0
Compton ..10000 .
Totall 23 11 33 IS 3
Totala il 721 U 0
Untied for W'nliieo In tho ninth.
Ono out when winning run scored,
St. Louis .... 0100000100 03
Detroit 0 101000000 1-3
Two-huso hits: Agnew. Vltt. Three
bnso hit: Shntten. Hncrlflcn hits: Wai
lnce, High, McKpc, Pratt. Stolen bases:
Bhotton. Vouch, Morlarty (2), Gainer, Mo
Koe, Double yUys: Baumgartner to
Brief to Austin, McKcn to BuhIi, Left
on bases: St. Iouls, 10; Detroit. 10. Biisc-m
011 balls! Off llaumgnrtner, 10; off Mul
lln, 0. Hit by pitched ball: By Baum
gartner (Mr-Ken). Struck out: By IJiunn
gnrtnor. 2; by Mulllii, 3, Tlmo: 2:45. Um
plies: Itlldcbriuul and Evans.
Clevelnml llefrutN ChlenRU.
, CHICAGO, April 20.-Cleveland bunched
111 t h off Wnlsli todnv and won tlm rinni
gamo of tho pwIbh from Chicago, 2 to 1.
C'lcotto, who relieved Walsh, allowed tho
visitors but ono hit nnd struck out six
men. rscoro:
CLEVELAND. CHICAGO.
All. ll.O. A. B. All. ll.O. A. F..
Johnaton. lb 4 1 13 0 Ollath. 2b 1 n 1 n n
Hhapman, as 3 0 1 I l'Callalian .. 1 0 0 0 0
niaon, 3b... 4 12 2 onerger, 2b... 2 10 10
Jackaon, rf.. I 2 1 0 Olxird, lb 2 0 2 1 1
IJnle, 2b... 4 0 S 3 OZelder, Sb... 3 10 10
lllrm'i'm. cf 4 1 2 0 Ottilllna, rf.. 3 10 0 0
llratier, If... 4 10 0 OPcxIle, cf.... 4 12 0 0
I'arlncll, n... 4 1 2 S Ollorton, lb.. 3 1 0 0
OrM, P 3 0 0 3 OMattlrk, If,. 4 0 3 0 0
weaver, aa.. 4 2 2 2 1
Total SI 7 27 14 lBchalk, c... 2 17 2 0
Walih, p.... 1 0 1 2 0
C'lcotto, p.,. 2 1 0 1 0
Totali 22 9 27 10 2
Batted for noth In tho fifth.
Cleveland 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 02
Chicago 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 01
Two-baso hits: Johnson, Olson. Hits:
Off Walsh, 6 In throo Innings; off C
cotte, 1 In lx Innings. Hacrlflcn hltB:
Chapman (2), Borton, Clcotto. Doublo
pluyB, Walsh to Borton; Clinpman to
Johnston. Left on hnses: Clevelund, K;
Chicago. 1. Bases on balls: Off Gregg,
4; off Clcotte, 1. Struck out: By Gregg,
5; by Clcotte, 6. Tlmo: 2:00. Umpires:
0'Ioughltn und Ferguson.
Two Nebraskans Are
Winners at Madison
MADISON. Wis., April 20.-(fipeclal Tel
egram.) Nebraska took only two points
winning places In tho Western Inter
collegiate gymnastic wrestling and fenc
ing meet Saturday. Gunther took third
placo In lightweight wrestling and Ganz
of Nebraska, gottlng third In tho special I
class.
Wlsoonsln captured chief honors of tho
meet, getting 770 points, as against 73$
for Chicago and 707Vfc for Minnesota,
lown, Illinois and Indiana were llttlo
better than Nebraska, though Illinois
captured both firsts In tho fencing contests.
Nebraska City Wins
Debate from Fremont
FREMONT, Neb., April J0.-(Speclat
Tclegrnm.) Tho final debate In tho East
Central district botween Nebraska City
und Fremont hero last night was won
by Nobraskn City. The speakers on tho
affirmative stdo worn Edwin Shomshor,
Harold Mason and Harvey Johnson of
Fremont and tho negatlvn speakers wore
Enna Nelson, Ruth Alton nnd Hasrl
Fullrlcd. Tho Judges wero Profs. Maxey.
Robblns and Hlnman, all of the Univer
sity ot Nebraska. The doclslon was two
to ono.
CHADR0N BOY DIES IN
MARE ISLAND HOSPITAL
CHADRON. Nob., April SO. (Special.)
Francis B. Cnmpboll dlod at United
States Nnvnl hospital at Mare Island,
C.il., with pneumonia, aged IS years.
He won tho only child of Frnncjs Camp
boll, a ranchman living nonr Chndron.
Deceased was born and bred In Dawes
county, leaving hero to enlist In tho
navy nix months ago. Tho body was
brought hero for burial. Tho American
flag enwrapped the casket and the serv
ice wns conducted by Father M. 11.
Dolan nt St. Patrick's, attended by many
friends nnd school companlans, eight of
tho latter being pall bearers.
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