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Change of program three times a
week Monday, Wednesday, and
(lient enthusiasm was shown a',
the .Military ball game ut Aula I'nrk
evtenln afternoon, nnd a cry largj
i crowd ol mil a rolled up to watch the
,tl upglc (Julio a lituulipr of ladles
1 1: i. ii I'd the baud stand nnd v.'cro
,kiciil Interested in tin- pl.il. tSomu
,111 their rcmurks allowed Mint they
I li.ivo a Rood Knowledge rtf tlio liner
l-iuiitH of tlie game. The oOltciK of
II'' tli teams wore present In force,
.ami looted all tile time. Tlu'ie cei
tnlnh In nn esprit de corps exhibited
In (lie whole ciowd of men and olll-
' A small lio with a piece of nilr
1 1 oi enured Mime fun until lie was
'grabbed Ii) a stalwiiit police otllclal
and sealed Into giving up the of
fending article. The lad seemed Itn
1 .irtlal as to whoso cjes ho throw
the lieam, as both the Murine, pitcher
ami the IMttli twlrler Rot It In turn.
Kddlc reriinndez umpired the
K.ime In his usual satlsfaetory mari
ne: and was piomptly on time. A
f,i'Oi jell wept up when the Marines,
I III their ei- llrst luulliK, stored
I four iuiik, and tunny were the pre
dictions that the Cavalry would not
i make a inn Hut what a change
idijne inn the srene when the I-Tftli
i miiite iue In their second and third,
J nnd iir.iIu three In their llfth, thus
MicIiik tied with the Mailneb, who
jhnil added one to their little lot In
I the ilihd. Tilings now looked bright
.for the llftli. and the excitement
was Intense for a while, cen the
J tadl"k st.indluK iii and cheering on
(their lespeetlve teams.
I (iroulgcr was playing a magnifi
cent name, and his work at third
icallel for fiiqueut applause. Shcp-
1 1 1 1 .i i I . who hehl down llrst for thu
il'irili, nwih alw playing a line game,
till fact, the whole bunch was out for
Jgoie Hut the Mailnes wcie too
Isttong and bucking up a bit made
two In the sixth and four In the sev
en' li. whilst the ITfth stuck fast at
their s.uuu old score.
I (illiMui pitched u silenilld game
, for the Marines, and ceitalnly put up
, tlrht-i lass ball. He was ably backed
I up by his catcher, Anderson. Makin
i did llrst-chPss woik tor his team,
and he showed head a number of
I times when In a tight place. Davis,
j who placd his usual lino game, was
jaggicHKlvo all the time, and unfor
I Innately got lujtiied in sliding for
the I40111C plate towards the end of
.the game Ho, however, t.0011 lecov
jeied and was as good as ever later
Owing to the Fifth having to catch
their train to l.ellchua, the full
number of Innings could not be
played, and the game ended after the
Cavalry had had their half of the
eighth. The score then fctood at 11
to S in favor of the Marines, who
ceitalnly did woll in the match. 11
will ho very liitcrostlng to bee bow
the Mai lues stack up against the N.
(I. II. when next they meet. Tim
line-up of both teams wus as fol
lows: Fifth Cavalry Shepphaiil,
lb., tlionlger, .'lb.; Walleis, nn.;
llutlcr, p . Hates, 2b.; Rollings, cf.;
Hubtiisun, c, Marzell, rf.; Nles's, If.
Marines Williams, c; llaes, rf.;
(law, 3b ; Coll. ss.; Davis, 2b.: (lib
son, p.; Winters, lb.; Makln, cf.;
First Inning Shephard fanned. Oo
nlnger made first on safe hit. Walter
hit a dandy tun-bagger and Ornnlnger
got to third. Ilntler reached fitst safo
and (Ironlngcr died at the home plate.
Hales flew to center Held. No runs.
Williams failed to make first. Hae.t
lilt a two-bagger, (law took base on
balls. Coll to llrst ami then to third
on wild throw llaea mid (law home.
Davis to flivt 011 center field lilt; Cull
homo. Davis stole second and third
and got home on passed ball, Olbson
made llrst snfe Winters to second and
Gibson out at third. Makln safe .it
flist nnd stole second, Winter golni! to
third. Knight failed to make llrst
Second liming Itolllngs struck by
pitcher, takes base, lloblnson salu at
first, stole second and third on liauu
man's error. Itolllngs home. Mmzcl
fanned. Nlers ditto, lloblnson caught
off tits base One run.
Williams died at first. Hayes fled In
r, f. Caw fulled to make first. No
Third Inning Shephard safo al Crst
and slolo second. Dronlnger died dy
ing to make second and Sheplia'd got
home. Walters fanned, llutlcr died
nt first. One run.
Coll made first, stolo second and got
home on a wild throw, Davis Hew to
c. f. (llhson fanned. Winter died at
first. One run.
Fourth liming Hates expired at
first. KolJIngs ditto. Hoblnson did lliu
"23" net No runs.
Makln fulled to get to first. Knight
Imltatu! Williams sniilfed nt first
Fifth Inning Mnzcll fanned. Nelrs
got to second on pitcher's error. Shep
hard mado first on good c. f. lilt. Oro
ninger got fiee transportation. Walt
ers safo at first nndJelrs home; Shcp
liaid to third. Duller mado first and
Shephard inmped home, (ronlnger to
third. Hates took baso on balls and
Oinnlnger home. Itolllngs to first and
Ilntler died at home. lloblnson dies
at llrst. Three runs,
Hayes out at llrst. Onw fanned. Coll
koc u pass in nrsi anil men stole cc-Un)
nun ami mailo third on wild throw.
Diivls failed to niulio llrst. No runs.
Sixth Inning Mazell fanned. Nelrs
to first on snfe hit. Shephard bunted
and got to second. Nelrs making third
and dying at homo plate. Shephard
to llilid 011 passed ball, dronlnger died
at llrst. No runs.
nihson How to r. f. Winter got n
pass to first and made bocond and third I
on wild thiow and error of lnni""i
.M'iklii made first nnd Winters home.
Knight walked, Wllllums made second
nnd Makln got home, Knight to sec
ond and then died. Hayes out nt first.
Hevcnth Inning Walters died nt
first, llutlcr to first, then dying trying
to stent second. IlnteB fanned. No
(law died nt first. Coll to first on
safe hit. Davis made first. Coll to
second. Olbson safe at first, nnd Coll j
home, Davis to third. Winters safo at
first and Davis home. Makln died nt
first. OII)i,i)ii got homo and Winters
ulso on passed ball. Knight fanned.
Klglilh Inning Itolllngs fanned. llob
lnson hit the air. Mazell nude first on
snfe lilt. Nelrs to first on bant, Ma
zell died at first. No runs.
All 11 HUSH O A
Shepphard 4 2 I 1 14 0
Dronlnger 3 1 1 0 1 S
Walters 4 0 2 0 U 2
Ilntler 4 n 0 I) 0 2
Hates 4 I) (1 (I () 4
llotllngs 4 1 0 (l 0 0
lloblnson 4 0 0 (l 4 0
Marzell 4 0 10 2 1
Nlers 4 1 1 0 0 0
Totals 35 5 C 1 21 14 12
AH It 1111 Hit OAR
Williams 3 0 0 0 1 1
Hayes 4 110 0 2 0
(law 3 1 0 0 1 1 0
Coll 3 3 2 0 1 2 1
Davis 4 2 1 0 0 1 0
OIIifoii 4 1 1 (I 0 3 1
Winters 3 2 1 0 8 3 2
Mnkln 4 1 1 0 2 1 1
Knight 2 0 0 0 11 0 0
Anderson 1 0 1 0 3 1 1
I'apke 1 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 32 11
8 0 24 IS 7
Wall Cup Tennis
The Wall Cup tennis tournament
Is drawing to a closo, and It Is
planned to play the concluding
gnmes of the affair on Saturday next.
Yesterday afternoon the second
round wus brought to a conclusion,
and one match In the third round
played as well. The llrst match was
between II, S. Gray anil J, Mncaubiy,
and was won by thu former after
three sets had been played; Macau
lay took the fits tset 9-7, but lost
the next two 6-2, C-l. Then Capt.
Low defeated C. G. Ilockus 7-fi, ft-.:,
and 11. II. Booth handed It to L.. J.
Warren by C-4, 6-2.,
One of the matcnes belonging to
I the tlilid round was then plnyed.
A. It. Ctinhu went up against
II. II. Hletow, whom he defeated two
sets stialght, 6-2, 7-5. Cunha by
this victory la placed In the semi
finals, and appears to have a good
chance of meeting the present hold-
1 cr of the Wall cup.
I Today's matches will bo as fol
lows: At 4:30, Cupt. Low vs. E. S.
(lee; at 0 o clock, A. J. Lowrey vs.
S. Oiny, und 11. II. Hooth vs. W.
By Hour or Trip,
6. C. Beokley, Jr.
Saturday being the last day of the
tournament, the ladles of the club
will provide refreshments, und open
house will be kept by the membcis.
All persons Interested in tennis are
Invited to visit the Club on that
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