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LAST OTN GAME
OF SEASON TO-DAY
New York Bent on Gettine:
Hven With Reds for Yes
Best Bout at Garden Show Is
One in Which Williams Stops
Kelly in Ninth Round.
CoprrtOit IP1J. try Th ! NMkfekl V
ITh Nv Tori WW, i
PBXKT vaa doing hl best III polish
Off Sailor White t the Garden 1
laat ntgrrt. Bailor White was do- ;
log hie heat to stay aomewhere In lh
rlna until the end of the tenth round
IB tho dreary session Juet before the ,
flntrh a voire from the gallery piped:
'Hey, open them skyllghta again and
lat tha rain in and dr mn 'em." WMtlH ,
ahowa that the tight fana don't uppre-
iate action -mlesa there la action on
Pelky did some very fair fighting, hut
oar White, doubled up hy endless
punches over the heart, and afraid to .
and leavo opening", could oniv bibm j
and lUH to atlrk It out. When the j
fight waa over Joe II umphreya, who la
aomothlrsg of a comedLn. climbed m
te ring and announced: "Gentlemen.
John P. Dunn haa retnatcheil Pelky
ad Bailor Whlta to fight again neat
week twenty rounds befora the phono
graph at Harri-n Islund."
THK bat bout of tha evening waa
a lightning faat ten round affair
between Kid Williams of llaltl
more and Kid Kellv of New (rle.ina.
Helly came hara a few dy ago anl
announced that If ha waa given a matci
with Wllltama and failed to atop him
lie'd walk home to New Orleans on the
tlaa I'm afraid Kelly will have to walk,
(or William, had him ao helpless In
tha ninth round that Hafaraa Billy Joh.
with excellent Judgment, stepped In and
topped tha bout. Kelly, who waa game,
protected He waa given a groat cheer
by tha crowd he left the ring.
In the flrat few roumla he held hta
own, or near)) held hla own, agaltiat
tha rughtng white-haired boy. But
trangth ana weight, with auperlor
aaaad. aoon wore him down, and after
that It waa only a question of how
much punlahment he could take without
going down. He took a lot of It and
he didn't go down. Hut in tha eighth
and ninth ruunda Wllllama atoppad
feinting and dancing about and ruahrd
In steadily with audi a fualllude of
blows that It waa Impoaalble for Kelly
to either get away or blm-k them.
11 any went through to the mark they
war aimed for and Kelly waa aoon out
of tha lighting.
THK weights were announoed aa:
Wllllama, HUs pounda atrlppeil;
Kelly. III. Hilly Roche, who wag
In Kally'a corner, claim.! that the an
nouncement waa not correct, and that
the weighing In allowed Kelly to acala
10 and Wllllama 117. Wbether ltoche
Utement la trua or not It waa evident
that weight and atrength had much to
do with the Baltimore boy'a aucceaa.
Kolly waa a very faat and clever
Young Hhugrua boat Harry Htone,
who waa aubatdutcd for Jimmy i-'uf-
fey. In a faat ton-round bout. Htono
weighed IK pounds; Hhugrua iai. hotli
In ring toga, rihugrur waa the aggns-
aor from atart to llniah. Htune had
babtt of holding and throwing hla
weight on the lighter man In the
i-Unchea. At Intervals he mixed, hit
ting fast with both bunds Hhugruo
mat him willingly, and by hla cleaner
and faater hitting had much the beat
of K Stone waa a Utile ahaky in the
laat round, hut there ware no knock
downa, and neither waa la real danger
at any time.
One of the prallmlnarlaa brought out
a lad who will be heard from later on,
"Irian" Mahon of Newark, a feather
weight with apeed. a head and a nrst-i-laex
punch lie put it all over a atocky
VOongster by name of Thlei.
MWTO BOB I.RE, the tall gentle
man of color from Auetraliu,
who called upon ua the other
day and furtilalied a partial Hat of hla
battle In aupport of a auggeatlon that
bed like to fight Jeanettc, la a little
careleaa. Lee explained glibly hla faith
In hla ability to "put Jeanette uway.
But hla memory niu.t have .!!;.,.. I a
cog, for he forgot to mention the fact
that ho fought Jeanette, nut long ugj.
and waa knocked out In the tlrat round
M'lXBJOHXIN'H victory In the ten
nla slnglea yesterday takes the
laat of the chaniplonshlpa tg
California. It's a curious thing that
every event should bb cat Tied off by a
CaUfornlan against the picket! tennis
harpa of the Raat. Perhaps they have
a bettor chance to play tennis In Cali
fornia, whera the weather coandltluna
aie Juat aa good in the winter as In the
champion, having won the dxiublee with
I OkMODORK BiaACKTON'B
llan.-e IV. looks like too boat to
defend Amerlca'a honors naxt
irook at Huntington Bay. Although not
..peneu up m ne- .....u o. no bsss ia,
Itollance IV. showed that sh Is the
fa.test boat In America to-day. Ulack
ton aapecta to better slaty mllea un
hour 'n tha big race. If the Ungllsb
challenger, can produce more spesd
thn that they'll be welcome to the
trophy that they have so long tried to
carry back to England. They've made
many game attempts, but luck and skill
aid speed, ao far, havo been with tha
KAIKMAI I.. TO.IIAV. 2 gam..:
3 r v. s r. ZgadoBi t.
i gill "ll Uagtie fart. Adak, lUs.
I X f J It ' ' aM X . A
J i i ''M I MM
DODGERS AND CUBS
CLASH FOR FINAL
GAME IN CHICAGO
Chance's Men More Deter
mined Than Kver to Over
haul the Giants.
1aubert. lb. .
t'mplrea Klein and Orlh.
MM SUM'. I'AKK I'lllfAdO. Aug.
27. It waa the final icame of the aeu
ron lietween the Kant and the Weat
I .ila afternoon at the Weat Side l'nrk.
The DabjlOtlltag faOOg the ulia for the
nnal game of the aerlea and It waa
the laat time the local fana had a
chance to nee the Brooklyn men until
The three atnilght defenta that the
Culm have Mifferrd from the llimton
and Brooklyn teaine line rauned a trig
change in the atmMhere around the
chance and hie men are mora In
eainent than they liave ever been about
overtaking the tllante and there whh
a decided Improvement In their appear
ance when they ahowe.l ftir their pre
ItmtDary pnwilce taVOVay . The peerlean
lender la golnit kg uae the whl or hla
men from nou on In order to drive
them a little cli.aer to the top If Mia
Ol'tnta ellp ativ more
Klrat Inning- Moran walked. Noi then
forced Moran. Kvere lo Tinker. Smith
Walked. auhcrt tingled to left, aend-
Ing N'orthen to third and Smith war
out when he ran over i-econd, Hheckurd
to Kvira. Wheat Kroundml out to Baler
unaelted. Ntl 1UTNS.
.sne-kanl walker. S.'hulte filed to
Moran Tinker singled to cenlre. Shock
urd fjolgg to second. Zimmerman lined
to Smith and Tinker was doubled i.fr
nrst, Smith lo Haubert. NO KI NS.
Second Inning -Ciitshaw llled to
Schulle. FIs in also llled to Ui bulir.
Krwln singled to short centre Tinker
! r"" Vlngllng's short
fly. Nil HCNS
Leach made a home run Into left field.
Sab-r walked. Kv era beat out a bunt,
Haler going to second. Archer singled
over third, scoring Saiei, Kvers going
to second. Cheney forced Myers, Ylng-
t gmitli. sbis'kaiM walked, filling
th. hsaaa Scliult struck out Tinker
also fsnned TWO Itl'NM.
Third IntUng. -Momn stru.-k out.
NorUicn fllisl to Kverv. Smith tiled In
Sheckard. M0 ltl'Nrl.
Bnwmil singled to left. Loach
filed to .Norlhrn Saler fouled to
Krwln. Kvers singled to right. Zim
merman going to third. Archer beat
out a hard drive to Cutahaw, Zim
merman scoring and Kevra going to
aecoiid Cbenev lined to Smith NK
TOT CONTEST OF
Locals Beat the Naps by Heavy
Hitting at Opportune
Moments, 8 to 4.
Jack go n, rf.
I. a .lole. Ife,
i linen. Ah.
Umptral O'Brien and ldneen.
AMERICAN LBAOUH PARO, Aug
. By heavy hitting at opportune
moments the Highlanders won the
opening game of the Rouhlcheadcr
from the Napa by a score of to 4.
In their efforts to elave off defeat
I tin Naps used two pttChtfa, but the
HIlltopN found Kaler juat aa eaay m
Basketle and kept right on their way.
McConnell pitched a steady game
throughout and was never In danger
New York really won the game In
the third Inning when MivConnell and
McMillan singled and chase sent the in
home with a long threebagger. Hal
scored a moment Inteil on a single by
I's.l.liH'k Singles by Simmons,
Sweeney and McMillan and a base on
nulls gave them two more In the
fourth. Three more were udded In the
ntgtlli but WOft not needed.
New "Ironman "
SAVANNAH, n. Aug. 27. Heine
Schulr. the pitcher of the Savannah
. '.lib. South Atlantic LtMgUi who won
a inutile-header from Columbus laat
w,.,i,. uii,lViring i wo hit. in each
game, was a. mi to-uio ui inc .ew i in h
American League Club, lie will report
at the finish of the South Allanti
Tel Berna Quits
Running for Good
Tel Borna. the cruck Cornell runner,
ciynaldered one of the greatest athletes
who ever put on spiked allocs, au-
nounced upon Ml arrival at III. horn.
I.. Mk... ai .k. m.l.
I he la through with running for good
and all lime Hereafter Be: na will dc-
vote his time ex -lualvely (o buslni'ss
and the only idcnrfl Jitlun he'll have
with the athletic world will be when he
reads the accounts of Its doing In the
sporting pages, ltama regrela that he
Is quitting the game when he Is at the
lenllh of his fame, but be realises that
he la getting the opportunity uf a life
...lie III ,.1.1... llOSlll.'SM ...I Ihsl it TVllrl
I provt lo hla disadvantage to laksa it up.
Club W. I. PHI Club. w. L. it.-.'
Diaton... Hi ftT Hetir.lt. . . M aa ...v.'X.v
waar. ton. To fa .el I Irirlaii.l
I'Mls'iHil til 44 (Hi! Mr 1 tl
M M .44'. , i
It .11 7
I ldragn. . SO Ml aOH Bt. Louie 18 II .11 7 I',
RESULTS OF YESTERDAY'S GAMES
New Tort. l Otlnd. a. Nine I
. - r-iumt 4 vet feiund.
i ! . 4 Uortuti,
I'MI.OVI ,!.! ft- nMriilt a.
whinrtM, a. a i...i
sr I... hi. i; WM'.lnt I. Seronit r.n.- I
Oefaland U Ne York. .
Obloagu at Rollaa.
St. lxi.ua at WMhtngtoe
Giants $10,000 Pitcher
Clever Cartoonist, Too
Demaree Is a Wonder if He
May Be Judged by
MW.V. it la generally known that
Al Demaree. the Mobile pitcher
recently bought hy the Olanta
for tlfl.OH) and two playere, waa n won
derful t airier, very faw are aware if
the fact that he la a really good car
tixmlet. Ilia main dralre In coming to
New York ! to be In poilllon to follow
hla profelon aa an artlat. IVmaree did
aotne vrry clever work aa a cartoonist
In Chicago, and while In th Southern
league he Mae aold many plcturoa to the
newapapera of that eertlon.
Though Demaree la ronatdorahlo car-
tnnnlat he goea a atop further In the
pitching art. By minor league eiperta
lie la regarded aa the greateat twtrler
that ha been oent to the big leagues
In veara. iletlmw knowa a good pitcher
when he eeea Trim, and when Demaree
held the Glanta without a run for
twelve innings thla spring negotiations
were Immediately begun for hla pur
chaaa. It took tlO.OUu and two players
to get him away from Mobile. He will
report to McOraw the latter part of
thla week whan the team arrlvoa homo
from the Weat.
DEMAREE ALWAYS A DEPEND
Demaree'a record ao far thla year la
nothing abort of marvelloua. but a
study of the record books of the past
four or five year, ahowa that ha haa al
Wftya been a dependable. tllnRor. In the
live yeara of his experience In profes
alonal circles, Demaree has pitched 1411
games, of which K3 were victories. C
were tlefrate, and 4 were tied. Ills pltch-
Live Notes of Live Ball Players
The worm must turn even In Clni'ln-
natl. After winning fifteen games In a
row It Is a shame that the Otants lost
to the Beds. It looked as though t I
... . ... . t .
would be a cinch with Maruu.t " i
Ing to capture the game, bin no su h
twirling hs Benton displayed wan
dreamed Of, Incidentally a good rp.
tortunlty was loat of widening the
breach between themselves and the
Cubs. IT ho were badly whipped by tht
Alexander, the crack 1'hllly pitch r.
a-as great again and had It not, been I Of
an error by Klrst liasi-nian Luderua in
the seventh inlng he would have shut
out the poor old Cardinals.
The Pirates are having their own
troubles with the Braves this season.
In past years It used tu lie the easiest
sort of a Ihlng for the Smoketown crew
to wallop the Boston brigade, hut this
Is another case of a jaseball worm
Alt lough the defeat by tile
HAVRE OE GRACE RESULTS.
FIRM BACK .--Two-year-olda; Bellln.;.
live rttfjongl -Cardiff, 103 illyruel, ."1 to
1, ? to 1 nnd rvrn. first; Cap! Kllb.tt.
ltd tShUltlnggl 1. II tu :.. it to and II to I,
second. Chilton King. IM (AIM), to 1,
4 to 1 and J to I, third Time, 1.02. I. In
brOOk. Insurance Man, Roscberg IV .
Iteentanl. Brnsli, !" I r Hodmolher,
.'ati drub, Mama Johnaon, Mary Ann
Km S. haller also ran.
.H!C tiNI ItA' ir Mates, tbice-year-olds
utul upward, selling; mile and sev
nty yar.ia llunnlc Klolae, 107 tKoerneri.
to t, 3 to j ami 0111, fra)t ; I'hryseui. im
iKergus.c.i, rvn, 10 to 2 nnd mil. si -
ond: Marian t'giy, lot: tomts), H to 1,
4 to 1 and k i ;, third. Time, 1.4H.
OnMlln, Alfa . LabOO, Bay Cliff ulso
run nnd fi'i.s cl as nainej.
TllllLH BACK - Handicap, all UNI
iix (urlonii Light o'inlif. 104 iTum-
Til u ' " aM" nr"t; ""l,h',Cogs also tan and rtulshcd us named.
W t. 'billing i 1 to 11. out arid out, sec-j THIltD It Al 185- Three.y.var-olda and
ond. 'ui llollowny, I'-., i olf,. at t.. I, onward: handle; purae roil; one mile.
.1 to 1 atl.l to a. Ill Time 1 II
Donalds ind Molionuld also rati and... I i , ' ,,,' aftogaa (Oi.en ,'
finished a,, named.
IAH BT1I HACK Welling, four-year-
old nnd up. , and one-eighth miles.
ttar.d 11111, ;as illcCahc-yi. 1 lo a. and
out, uul, ,vvni, AgU, Itt lUfuitV, li U i,
Bah. w. I
PC. I .'I 'it), W t,
York M 14
04 I'rnriniMti. a: a,
In. Mo. .. 75 41 .04; St. Uuia. S2 OA 444
iim.' ire W) 40 rl llr.Un.. 41 74 3T1
I - . Hi , S41 U Mil Boetoa. ... W II 30i
i , Sg U .41
Cloclnnatl. ft: Map Vorlt. 0.
Hronklre lit Chl'M".
I'ltU'.nri'i II, llnatoti. 4. Flr
IIlVi.m k. I'lctaDorali. 4. He-ond Miae
I'Hil idtlvbli. 4: At. Loiila. 1.
.lev Tork at Clneuiaatt
Itrooklrn at rtn. c .
I'linlolphia at at. Uida.
RoetoD it Plttjhurgh.
ng average for Ms entire vareer la
which, when It Is conalriereu that lie was
never on a first division club until this
year, Is remarkable. Ilia average has
always 1cen better than that of his
Tho big fellow started out this jear
like a house afire, winning eight straight
levfore he was headed His fVrat defeat OC
ured In Atlanta. Tommy Atklna downed
him. 5 to 2. when he loat out In a
ninth Inning rally that waa started by
errora. He dropped twe more, then
won three In a row Another game was
lost, and he ther. started out on another
record for straight victories, and
achieved five consecutive ...Mips.
The eighteen vlctorlea and alx defeats
that he haa thrown this reason have I
been divided Into 41 Innings. In the
twenty-four game he haa allowed
game, or ono every seven Innings. Op-1 m" T"t lproaalon with
poalng battera hara touched him up for'1"8 flht fana here by the wonderful
153 hlta, seven and a hair fraction each
game, or one every one and one-third
innings. No leas than ITS battors have
been fanned, an average of almovt
eight a game or on every one and a
third Innings juat the same aa tha hits.
CUBS AND REDS WERE AFTER
By a similar coincidence, tho number
of bases on lulls he has given la prac
tically the aame as the number of runs
scored off Mm. He haa walk, d thirty
eight, a fraction lege than one and a
half each game, or one every seven
linings. He hoe hit but six batamen
and made only onn wild pitch.
Six yeara ago lttmaree waa a student
at the Chicago Art Institute He en
Joyed baseball and frequently played
with some of the many aeml-profee-slonal
cluha of the Windy City on Sat
urday and Sunday.
Several baseball clubs, notably Cin
cinnati and Chicago, have been after
I M-maree fr.r tmmed'ate delivery. Finn,
however, will retain him until the first
of September. With hla natural ability
und his great confidence, there Is every
a. io ,u. rr.i .0. w v, orre is e. ,
rraaon that Demaree will make good
with tha 'Hants.
Irt the double-header doesn't go against
Walter Johnson, the Senators' star
Pitcher with the sixteen straight vlc-
"rl" 10 n" ,'r"," ' Puta a blot
on hla escutcheon. When the speed ball
king went Into the box ,o relieve Hughe.
,n, ..,.. w. . .,.
bawl and only one was out The aala.
nlng tally was ma le off him, but the
defeat Is charged against Long Tom.
The Bed Sox were brought up to a
sudden halt by Bd Walsh, the big mo
gul of th White Sox. He bad the
heavy Bosioft tatters breaking their
backs trying to connect with his .nnlst
Of the four hits the i Hants made off
Itube Benton, the clever Bed southpaw,
two were made by Larry Doyle and
the other two by Ileltog.
The Athletics' two new pluyera, Fid
dle Murphy and .llmmy Walsh, secured
In a trade with the orioles, made good
In their flrat game against the Tlgera
anil the!" work waa a big nsset In tho
and out, out.
.econl. (Two star'.rrg.)
I'IBST BACK I'. us.- $C0o. for all
.1- alx furlongs.- Cuper Sauce, 107
iI'Machuni, II . tu I, ti to and .:
to , flrat; Ondramon, 116 Mi 'lag
gam, 4 to 1. S to and 4 to 5. oecoiid
HaucocU, 107 U. Uiftusi. K to 1, 3
to I and I to I. third.
Time, 1.11 Muriuvll, lor Oaloty.
I.e Li'Oi Stuiiniboat, lluisgr, Amberlte
an. I Aurora Baby also ran and flnlahed
SECOND BACK Purse HOrt; two-year-ohla;
five and a half furlong. -Ureal
Britain, lo; i Milks' ft ), D to 30, out
anil out, won. llaynaty, 104 .Martini. IW
to c, ; to 1 und 2 to 1, second; I.ewln,
107 tllopklnsi, ir. to 1, 4 tJ 1 and 2 to 1,
third. Time. 1.07. I'hen. Biiroco, Bally
mhm. tieri .ii'd. Hmokt house, Confldo,
c mi , vi .,, ... ll. ,.. i I
to 1, 1 to
and 4 to ''. second, Htar
) Charter, 1U7 IlaOftUgj, 8 1-3 to 1, 11 to 5
and 3 to .., third. Time, 1.W4-S. Brig,
I 'rem,, i . Menlhe. Helene Whltewo jl
also fM aud fliitiUed aa nguiavt.
irt-. 'WW,,,, . .
less Wtliard and Palzer
Western Cow-Puncher Feels!
Confident That He Can
Whip Local White Hope.
A MATCH between prominent heavy
weights which Billy Olbson will
make a strenuous effort to clinch
sjga) .nat A1 Paleri tnb Io.
oal wl.lta hope, and Jess wills r.l, the
battle he put up against Luther Mc
Carty In a ten-round bout at Madison
Square Garden. After tho show at the
Harden last nlvh. Wlllai-,1 ll4 Oil.-
on aalde and said: "I wish you would
match mo with that fellow P.laer. as
I am aura I can beat him." tllb.on told
Wlllard that ho would do all In hla
power to get Palxer for him. and will
ee both I'alxer and Tom u'Bourke In
a few day. to try to get thorn to con-
sent to the match.
Jim RurMer. snms- of rinnboat Stattli. tbt
hra vvsieht of tsUlf.irnts. la nav nilutf UM
clslni Uist all of tlie imryvHgin. a ifrald to
tarkle his man. "I vdl post a forfeit of 11,000
ItfOr (Hbaon reoalrnl a telnm t. -U. from
Kddje VlcUoorty. vh.i la St present to f'hi.-sgo.
tatlDf tlat h would arris, in Nev y irk to
morrov to put oa lias flatshlai touowa of 'ok
"lr"!rt if S2 falu,i
UM mUdlewelgbt and hraryvrlgbt rlnmplon ot
MooJ int Tommy Osry. th. fhicao li,t.
wrijht. who fight. Ismb De fanthi.u liriWIli
iwi lini, i.l.H iin er in. .ISP1TO
at th Mm .nov. vill rsy vith MrOoorty.
Tommy Murphy tie "run matched to meet lb.
vlnnrr of to tvntj -rovind Isvut hrtvrsn Willi
BUtaia th. Oallfornl. Ilghtveigln. and "On.-
It in i ' lloaan. vlnch lakoa blac in -in Kr.:i.
rura AJmUslon lsv. Seiit. I. Jim CotrrotU. who
la vtaglni th Hltcl.i Rogag fsiht. notltltl M j
RhT today that til. flrht sitli tb wlnnrr vill br
el.1 IM latttr part of l tuber.
E.HI MrM.hon. thr loial fisht promntrr. told
the writer last night that h ha i-r..-! all
rllnchrd s maton hetwesn Matty llsldvla of
Bovton aad Laacb Crua. to leks lilace In tvo
to Settle Feud
When Johnny Albright of Denver and
Bay Peck cf Newark lain the track
at the Stadium-Motordrome at Bright
on Beach to-night In the feature event,
a feud of two years' standing will le
aettlec and tho spectators probably will
be treated to one of the fiercest tights
that has been seen on the local course
Keen rivalry between the two started
at Salt Lake City, when both boya were
breaking Into the gome and IV -k waa
credited with being the find of the year.
Albright came to the Mormon town, and
In ills first atatt carried I'cck off his
leet. The next tliim they met. Albright
tuok a spectaculur header Just us he aas
passing reck, and he was In the hospi
tal for several weeks. It leaked out
that the Denverlta had placed tbe blame
uf the spill on PoOM and to avoid any
claah, Albright was shipped away and
they have not been In a raca together
To-nighi's matc.ii waa difficult to ar
range for thla reason, but finally they
agreed to ride ind tho fana are sure to
si e a battle that they win ion rcmem-
,ier, even though both have agreed to
bury their personal differences whllo on
Cause $100 Fine.
roRTIA NO. Ore., Aug. 17. -Showing
prlir-flght plrturos in one State when
the fight haa been ataged In another
was declared In violation of Interstate
Commerce law, when V. Woody paid
! 100 fine In the fulled Statea Court for
bringing the Johnson-r"lynn fight films
I from VVaahlngton to Oregon. Thla la
; the first time this law. paasod by Con-
i gress and approved July ll laat, has
rta.hcd a daclilvtj In a i-'cdtral QMpTti
In fee dsjs. saltl Huckk, saj Utile a clul- anl vls-n lis ni.fs r, II. u.i, ..... .... . '
lg. to Mint, t3m Sislntt snr of thase . gLJTSLJg ,TX2!f'! -Pafta-
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ON "rC" HIV.L- Top
BOXING SHOWS TO-NIGHT.
At Royalg A. C, Brooklyn, three
on round bouts will bg staged.
t Atlgg A. ('.. Kockaway Betch.
-unboat Smith vT Oeorge Godfrey
of Boston. heavywelBhta. tin rounds.
Tack Dorman vs. Kid Alberts, ten
355 l'"rmont A- C., Saturday
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THE CIRL FROM MONTMARTRE
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RBDIaAND PARK, CINCINNATI,
Aug. 2". The (Hants and tlie Rodl
met here this afternoon for the last
game of the aeuson between the two
teams at tins place. It la also the
last Western game of the season for
the Champions and they are going lo
do their best to end their Western
Invasion, as they began It Willi vb'tory.
The Hfg game tlie illunts played thla
year In thla section was against tha
Cardinals and It resulted in a win for
The New Yorkers feel confident that
they will defeat the Beds to-day ami
therebv t'el even for yesterday's whip
ping. Tile Ciotham players have only
been beaten three times this season
by the O'l Myites and ull three loases
took place In tills city. Manager Mr
Draw and his hlreliniis figure tliat the
Beds have beaten them us often art
they are going to this MMorj Anri are
sure tnnt they'll capture to-day s inimo
and the three In New York later.
Flrat Inning I'romme tossed Snori
grass's easy roller la Hobhv. Dovle
walked. (Irani mule g go'Kl running
atch of Beckers fly to short loft.
loyle was caugli' ItgBPltlff, but I nglhaal
second when Hobby hit lHiylc In the
head with the I su II. Ilrant threw Mur
ray's go .under to Hobby. NO lttrs.
NIntty made .i on, hand sjtop of Be--chcr's
h it fhm and tosaed to fttorklo,
rltkTMS made a nulck aaaiit to Markla
with M Lrgan'i ilow inder. Hobby
linmmered to I, p right Cgfltrt ''
three bgaOa. Mitchell beat out a slow
roller to Hergog and took two on He -
xog s low throw to iiisi. Hobby coring,
A wild nit h ptrl Miichell on third.
Pheiaii walk. si Pholan atoll . ond.
Qrarrl struck out, OSK RUN,
who has enjovei
comfort will arracl LOX-
1T-ON PAJAMAS with gltO,
$1, $1.50 and $2 the Suit
KAHN & FRANK
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