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YANKEES WIN ME
Rise Up and Trounce Naps,
Shutting Them Out in the
Second Game.
RAY CALDWELL VERSATILE
>
Steals Home, Then Ooes Into
Box and Allows Only Four
Hits?Warhop, Too,
Does Well.
Can it be poaslble that llarry Wolver
ton haa hla team started at last? If the
ease wlth whU-h tho Yankees capturcd
two vlctorles over the C'leveland Napa yes?
terday afternoon can be taken as any
crlterion then tho long looked for ihangc
for the better has come. The Wesierners
were outplayed In both gamee, whlle a
crowd that fllled every lneh of spacc in
tho atanda howbdj with dHight. There
could scarrely have been more aathudaam
if tho two games !iad aettled the cham
;.lonbhip, baetead of i>ulllng the Yankees
out of last place. The scores were 4 to Z
aad 4 to o.
Irreapeettve of their pitching abillty,
"VV. herton certainly has a talcntcd crowd
Of twlrlers, who shlne in many dlrecttoaa.
When Ray Caldwell waa called from the
benoh he has warmed so long to run for
Simmons, who was on thlrd. and McOon
SKll went ln as a pinch hltter to bat for
Dwaaney in the ninth Innlng of the iirst
game, the pitching department absorbed
ti portlon of the llmellght which generally
la ahared by other mombers of the teurn.
How well they p'.ay.-d thelr part may U
readlly reallzed when Caldwell auccaaa
fully stolc home with the run that tled
tbe score. Llvlngstone had plenty of tluio
to tag him for the thlrd out, but the
catcher waa ao aurprised at the audaclty
of Caldwell that he dropped the hall. Mc
Connell then drove a neat stngle to right.
which ao unaettled Yean Gregg' that he
passed Warhop and Dar.lels, filllng the
bases. enabllng Hal Chase to brlng home
the wlnnlng run wlth an lnfleld hlt.
After performlng so merltoiiously in
wlndlng up affalrs In the first encounter
Caldwell went Into the box ln the second
game and pltched the best brand of bai'.
hc haa shown thla season. He ahut our
tho Napa, holding them to four hlts, and
they never had a chance against him.
Kaler, who was hia opponont on the
r.iound, waa rather easy for the home
team, which pounded his dellvery for ter. j
blts, three of which were made by Sfer- j
rett, the former Prlnceton captaln Chase |
and Sweeaey plcked up two apieco,
Jaok Warhop hookod -ip wlth Vr.in ,
(.rogg in the opener. which waa a thrlll
Ing game all tho way through. The New !
York man was touched up for eleven hlts
which ho aaccecded ln keeplng fairly well
I brated. Orogg aalled along emoothly j
untll the Yankees started thelr rally at |
end of the game, when he weakened
t.iider the strain.
iand forged to the front early in
?J. flrat game. and its slight lead looked
tr-ntlal for a whlle. Wlth one
out Olaen singled. Although the mighty
Jac'xson atruek out, Grigge drew a pass
i j Turner singled, brlnglng Olsen home
Wlth the firi?t run. Simmons and Chase
took care of BirrnJngham. In th* fourth
Blrmlngham Ird off wlth a double and
third on Ryan's BBCdflce. Llvlng
rtone lifted a aacriflce fly to Danlel.s
which brought Blrmlngham home. Al
though Gregg got a three-baee hlt out of
l.Id systcm Immodiately afterward, Peoh
Lipaugh Ingloriously fanned at the beheat
r Warhop.
The Yaukeca started to do buriness ln
the flfth. Hartztll waa an *asy out and
Martin drew a pasa. Bweettay lut to
Pecklnpaugh for a foree-out at second,
but tho shortatop made a bad throw
through O'.sen and Martin took thlrd, only
to tally on Warhop's aacrlfice fly to
Ryan. Danlela forced Sweeney at aec
ond.
Cleveland gave tha Yankeea a run on
errora in the elghth, frame. Danlels got
two bases on Pecklnpaugh's wild heave of
a grounder, the ball rolllng through Griggs
To the bleachers. Chase was an easy out,
and while Sterrett waa trytng to connect
for a tlmely hlt Gregg made a wlld pltch,
which bounded Into the etanda, and
Danleli waa allowed to aeore. Sterrett
ftmled to Orlggs and Zinn atruek out.
The gamo waa won ln the nlnth. 81m
mons led off wlth a double and took thlrd
on Hartzcll'a aacrlfice. Caldwell went in
to run for Simmons after the '.atter
reached thlrd. Martin dled merclfully.
Peckinpaugh to Orlggs, and McConnell
waa ordered to bat for Sweeney. Caldwell
then aurprised everybody by maklng a
break for the plate, auccessfully steallng
home wlth the run that tled the score.
McConnell singled to right fleld and re
tlrad from the game to let Maloney run
for him. The youngster promptly stole
second, whlle Warhop and Danlela both
walked, fllling the bases. Chase then
drlbbled down the thlrd base llne, JuM
where Gregg and Turner could not get the
ball, ao that Maloney cantered home wlth
tbe wlnnim
It waa a r ?? h easler task to win the
Hocond game. only one run was needed,
but the Yankees tallled four for good
meaaure. The flrst of theso waa put
over ln the second Innlng. Simmons
led off wlth a eingle and atole aec
ond. Hartzell sacrifleed, putttng him
on thlrd, where he remalned whlle
Martin fouled to O'Nelll. But "Blg i
Ed" Sweeney waa good for a tlmely hlt,
und Rlmmons came home. Sweeney waa
out attemptlng to ateal second. There was
a lot of actlon in the IJfth Innlng, but
only one run resulted therefrom for the
Yankees. Sweeney once more forged to
the front and led off wlth a double. Cald?
well atruek out and Danlela poPPed to
OHggB, but Chase alngled cleanly to
centra and the catcher crossed the plate
Hal Immedlately atole aecond. 8herldan.
tha umplre, unfortunately got ln tho way
of Sterrett's alngle. and Chaac, who had
Bcored, wati eompelled to go back to see
ond. Hal and the Prlncetonlan worked a
neat double steal and Zlnn walked. fllling
the bases, but Slmmona struck out wlth
a glowlng opportunity before him. Two
runs were added in the acventh. but they
were not needed.
The acorea follow:
FIKST OAME.
NEW YORK. CLEVELAND.
nbrti pote ibr hjot?
Danlela lf 4 II 6 1 llPeckp'h. as ? 0 X 4 1 :
Phase lb..501 ? OOOlson. 3b.. 63 I 1 10
Btrrre'tt cf 4 0 0 0 0 0 Jtrkion. rf 6 0 2 0 0 lt
Zlnn. rf...402 0 OOdrlggs. lb. 2 0 111 00
fltnm'nu.Zb 4 02 2 10; Turner, lb 4 p J 1 6 1
?Caldwell. 010 0 0 0. Hlr'hain.rf 41 1 0 10
Hartsell.lb 2 00 4 8 0 Ryan, If... J0 2 2 0 0
Martin, as J 1 0 0 2 0 I.iv'gaton.c 20 0 B 00
8we?ney, c80 1 7 21; Gregg. p..4 0 1 0 2 0
tMoConnsll "> 1 ? ??
IMa'.oney.. 010 0 0 0
Warhop, p. 2 0 ? 0 10
Totala....82~4 8 27 18 2! Totals... .84 3 11I2C 14 8
?Ran for Rlmmons ln nlnth Innlng. tBattfd
(or Hweeney ln the nlnth Innlng. tRan for
M'fonnell ln nlnth Innlng. |Two out whon
wlnnlng run was ncortd.
New Vork. 0 0 0 0 10 0 12-4
Cterdaed. i o-e i o o i o e-n
Klrst baaa on errora?Ne-w York. 1. Two-ba?<?
hlta?nirmlngham. Ryaa, Jackson, Blmmonn.
BAY CALDWEIX STEAUNG HOME IN NINTH INNING OF FIRST GAME ON H1IXTOP, TIEING SCORE F
TITK. VANKEES.
Keep Baltimore from the Lead
by Winning Two Games.
THE FIRST A WHITEWASH
Mason and Doescher, Strong in
the Box. Receive Good
Support.
i
;By Tciegraph to The Trlbune.]
Baltimore, July 20.?The Bkeel
threw B BUrprtae Into the Orlolcn and j
more than nlnc thousand "fans" as well ;
here to-day when they spolled the Hal- j
?Imore team's chances of golng Into flral
place ln the Internatlonal Laague race |
by wlrming hoth ends of m double-h
cr. They won the first by a acore i
6 to 0 and the second hy a srore of 1
to 1. "Del" Maflon and Jnck I>oe;
^ere resronsible for the Skcetere' doublej
vlctory. Mason, although touched for
elght htts, hurled auperbly ln tho lnitlal j
encounter. belng maater of tho ultuatlon
throughout. The Jersey Clty jdtcher
had his wlde outcune lireaklng linrly. |
and tho Birda found 1t Impoaalbh
hlt tho Inll when men orcuplod tbe
basee.
Doescher wap almoBt eqtially ns ef
fectlve as Ma.son ln the acrond ganic
Baltimore collectcd ten safe srallopB, but
Doescher kept them scattered In all but
one innlng, the third, urhen the locala
Bent acrosa thelr only tally The Skeet
ers chaeed "Pixle" Walkcr from the hlll
In the fourth innlng of tlie first game
and hammered Hob Bhawkey at a lively
clip in tha second engagement.
The Bcores follow:
F7RST GAMF,
JERfiBT CpTr. I nALTlMOPJ
abrhpoas, "^ ^ J?
Breen, rh..l00 1 t 0 Murphy, rf 4 0 2 1 00
Janvrln IbSH 8 2 0 Corooran. Tb 3 0 0 1 3
Krfy *lf' >11 0 ??jwab*. lf .4 00 1 0 0
Barrows.cf 81 J 6 0 0 Payne. rt ... 4 0 1 2 01
V-Crona.rf 4 013 ?0 SchmMt, lt>. 40 1 8 0 0
Purtell 8b 4 1 S ? K'lParent. 2b.. 402 f. 2 0
KBlBht, Jb 3 1 2 10 0 0;Mslsel. ks.JOO 4 M
Ron'eau. rOU 1 o! Bergen. e. 3 0 2 * 10
Mason, P.800 0 IMWeJher. P? 1 ?? J ??
j Vklter.-, p.. 200 0 2 0
Totais....K?sriio! TotaJs.ssosrnt z
Jersey Clty. 02210"00n6
Bantmore.5.. o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ^
Two-bas* hlt-Murphy. HSTlflre hlts-rv-r ?
corsn, MaaOB. Btolen hase-Knlghf. DOSJhlS
plav-Vlck^rs to Malsel to Sehnildt. Flrst basa
on balls-Off Walkar. Ii off Vlokers. 3. Hli V
pltrh-r -By WalVer (Janvrln.. Btrucfc out By
Walk.r. 4; by Vlokers 3; by Masra. t Ije?
on bases-Baltlmore, 7: Jersey < Itjr. ? Flrst
bsse on arrera Jsrsay Clty. 1 awtres NaJHn
and Carpentsr. Tlme-1:40. Attandaru-e-lO.OOJ.
eEX-ONjO OAaOE.
JERR17Y CITY. I sUITIatOBB.
abrhpoae abr h M ae
Breen. 2b.. 110 1 1 0 Murphy. rf 40 2 4 0 0
Kchlaflv 2b 100 2 1 0, Corfran.Sb 4 1
n* s.400 2 lolwaU*. IJ..J0 1 I M
Keiiv lf 413 8 oo Payne. cf..4 0 2 i oo,
Earrow.cf5 00 2 0 0 Bchmldt. lb 4 0 112 ?0|
MoCrone.rf 4 02 2 0 0 Parent, ?. 4 0 3 2 J l ,
T'urtell Sb40 1 1 4 0 Mslsel. BB. 10 0 1 10!
KMght lb 412 ? io Bargen. e.. ?? 0 4 10.
Ourfla. e 210 ? 0 0 Hhawkey.p 8? 1 0 4 0
DeaBeber.P 4 o 2 o J o| ?uen.ott... j> oi o _o o o
Totals....M4 9 27 110! Totals.. ,M 1 10 27 10 1
?Itatted for BJlBBlBJ ln nlnlh Innlng.
B*ltlrnore.y:..:.. 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 1
Three-base hlt--Payne. Faerlflr.: hlt Bchady.
fitolen base-Payne. Houble |.la> Janvrln n
Sohafly to Knlght. Pbat ba?" on balls- By
Pha?k?y 2; bv Dcesrher, 8. Hlt by plu-her?
Bv Hhawkey (Curtls. Janvrln). Struck out Hy
Shawkev. 2; by Iwmrher. 5. I>rft on ba^ei
naltlrnore. 10; Jersey Clty. ?. Klret bar.. oti
errors-Jersey Clty. 1. rmplres-i.'arpeiiter and
Nullln. Tlms?1:46.
Three-base hlts -GreRK. Zlnn. Rvan. Saerlflce
hlt-P.yan. Rarrll'.rft fll'-s Mvlngston. W'arhop.
Stolen bases-Hlmmonr, Caldwcll Maloney.
I>eft on bascs-New York, 8; Cleve'and. 9.
ixrnble play-Oresg. Turn^r nnd Grlggs. Klr?
base on balls-Off Warbop. 2. off Orepp, t
Ptmck out-By Warhop. .; by Oregg. 4. Hlt
by pltchers- By Warhop (Uvlngsmn); by i
Or?aa (Martlnl. Wlld plt.-h-Gregg. I'mplres- .
Dineen and Shertdan. Tlme-2:00.
SECOND GAMK.
NEW YORK. CLKVEI.AND.
abr h poae, abrhpoaei
Danlels.lf 41 1 5 0 0' Pe.-kpgh.ss 401 2 8 0
Chase. lb 40 2 8 MlOlSOn, .'(....40.) | 20|
Kterrett cf 4 0 8 2 OO'Ja'kson. rf. 8 0 1 1 0 0
Zlnn rf..8 0 0 0 OOJGrlgss. lb.. 2 0 0 11 0 01
Plmns. 2b 4 1 1 1 1 1 Turner. 2b. 8 0 0 1 101
H'tseJl, 8b 10 0 1 B0j Hlr'Kham.cf 20 1 ? 00'
Martin ss40 1 8 80Ryan. lf.... 300 2 10
Sweeney.cSl 2 8 SOlONelll. c.801 4 10
Csldw'll.p 31 0 0 1 0 k'hler, p....200 1 lOj
tEanterly... 100 0 0 0'
' Hteen, p_ 0 0 0 0 2 0
Totals.. .80 4 J0?2? 18 1! Totals.27 0 4 24 11 0
""?Kaler out, hlt bv batted ball. IBatted for
Kaler In elghth Innlng.
New York. . 01001020 a--4
Cleveland. 00000000 0-0
Flrst BBse on errors?Clsveland, 1. Two-basa
hlts?Sweeney, Hterrett. Sacriflce hlts?Ulrm
Ingham, Hartsell, Hweeney. Htolen bases?
Chase (3). Slmmons, Ptfrreit, Hartsell, Jack
son. l>eft on ba?es?New York, 8; Cleveland,
4. Ftrst bass on balls-Off Ctldwell, 3; off
Kaler, 8; off Steen, 1. Struck out Hv Cu.iwell
6; by Kaler, 2; by PtSSB. 1. Hltt--<)ff Kaler.
fi ln 7 Innlngs; "ff Bteen, 1 In 1 Innlng. L'ni
plres?Ultieen and Siherldan. Time- 1:2'1
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SUNDAY'8 NEW YORK TRIBUNE
Mailed anywhere in the United
Statas for %2 50 a year.
I
TIGERS AGAIN SPLIT EVEN
Athletics Win First Game, but
Are Beaten in Second.
Phlladdphla, July fe,?For the thlrd
tlme this week Phlladelpbla and I>etroIt
to-day aplit even in a double?beader here.
The Athletlo.s won tln> lirst game by a
bcn-c (,f 4 to 3 ln tho nlnth Innlng on M>'
Innes's double and Btrunk'a pinrlo Tbe
Tigers took the aecond eonteel by a *oor?
ef I to I by ? battlng railj in the eighth
Innlng, whlcfa netted four runa.
In this game Delehanty was sont to bai
for Onslow- ln the aiath Innlng, wlth tho
hasrs tllled. He fouled off the flr-t ball
pltched to him, and was thon relloxed b)
gtanage.
Tho acorei follo* :
I ji:.-T <;.\ME.
PHiu\DEi.riliA. hbtiim i
ati I a',r I' ro "e
Vaitg'rt.lf 4 ?? 1 0 0 0 Jonea, If.... 411 1 0 0
I?,-,] Ti 10 18 001 ?? . 4*1 ? 41
- olllna, 2b 42141 f..,. 411 I *?
Bakir lb 4 o l 0 l lj< awford,rf 111 ' ' "
Mclt 'I .'t. II 811 .?0 l l?
Btrunk, 140 2 2 0 0 m ... . ' . 4 u t 18 tii>
Barrj, aa. 41 0 I tl U - ?? i 2 ? ?
laapp, c. 41 1 1 fto si ? j
Plaak, i .300011
H78414 2
phla. loof
........
Two hnrr hlti Collli I '?' '? ''?? Mor
?r<? baaa hlts Cbbb, i? . I< n. B* il
rrawford, Deal >*??
Doubia playi '? ? ' 'olllna, Barrj
and Mi fnnJi Ia ft ?? i baaaa Det
Plank. 1
Flrst bsjM on errora Drtrolt, I: F'hl ?
i ike, . bj I
pln h I'lank, l inplrei 0*l<oughlin . ?
Tlme 1 M.
Mi OAME
PinLADELPHIA
: -. *? anr I
Jonea If. 8B ?.?-...-? If 4 1 1 I II
p , . 6 0 0 ? t f liOrt. if 4 i .; n o o
i . bb et? II ] 1 I .'.41111'
?f 4 o 2 1 0 0 Baker. 3>i I I 1 ! 1 ?'
;.- ... .,. ,,, |0 , | 10
MorTty.lb 51 n. 10 Btrunk, ef * i 0 ? o i
IxMjrien.tb ' 1 r< ! - '? Bam . II 2 I I
, e 8 ? 0 1 1
t-'aims'S. <? 2 1 10.0 l>nni-k. p 3 0 0 | '0
! p. 2 1 ? 0 I 0 lUapp. 11 1 n 00
'Deleh'ty. II I I II ti -.101 0 00
Total* MI 11*7 01 Totale....8ll1 27MI
?Batt< 1 foi Oi ? ? in 1 lattt lt alni l ?
for ThoinaB In nlnth Innlng. IBatted I Paa
Bjech ln nlnth Innlng
Dotroii. 1 0001 oo40<
Pr.iiadeiphia. 2010010015
Two ha'* li' Morlarty. bord, Dnkve. Barry.
Mclnata, Lapp -? rlBea Bjr BBkar. ? ??" -
hlt M-Innl?. Btolen )???- Oobb Morlarty,
r olllna. ls.1l on '?;???? Detrolt, I; Phlladol
phla. 7. Flift Iflv. ??? I all* Off DubUC 4. nff
Pennork. 4. I'lrat I a>? Ofl errora DotrOlt, 1
Btruck oal Bi Pennocli 4. Paaaed i>*!; Ons
low Umplrcs O boughlln and Cgan Tlme
-2:00.
DARKNESS HALTS GAME
Senators and Browns Tie in
Eleven-Inning Struggle.
Waahlngton, July 10 Waahlngton and
st. Loula battled deven lanlnga to a tie
acore of n to I here to-day, when the gama
was oaiud on aecoual "i darkneae.
Hughea weakened after two were out m
the tilnth Innlng. givlng two paiBae, and
a hlt tylag up the acore. The battlng of
Mllan and a fly catch by MoeUer were
faaturea ol tbe game.
Tii" acore followa:
BT. UHJIfl, u ABHINOTON.
ahr ii po ao abl li DO ao
Hhotton. eflll 4 II Mooller, rf. 111 t II
Auatln, lb. 411 1 21 Foster, 8b.. 411 1 00
Compton.lf 40 1 8 1 0. Mitan. Cf... (II I II
Laporte, Sbtll i II S haefer, lbaoi 12 II
Kutlna, IbtH I 11 Morgan, ?b. 4 0o I so
Jantsen, rftOO 1 1 0- Alr.nnilr |,. r 4 00 10 in
Datoy, sa..50 1 1 4IMcBr1do, sa41 I 8 II
Krti'iioll. c 8 1 0 10 4n Bhanks, if I o l 4 ||
Itau'ilner.p 3 0 0 0 1 0j llughe*. p, II] n 4 0
AJIlaon, p. ooo o liijonaaon, p 100 o II
*Btepheaa. ooo o ooi
Tatala....HI 71) 1*11 Totah.? 3 9 23 120
*Battod for Baumaardaor m nlnth tnalwg.
Kt. I.oule. 10 10 0 0 0 0 10 0 3
(Vaoblngton. 101001000003
Called <n ooi'onnt <?( darttnasa,
Two baaa \\\\* Behaefer, Mllaa. Hlt? orr
Haumgao.nT, 'J In I Innlnga; ofl AIIIm'iii, bmm
in 8 Inalasa; "tr Hugbes, I ln II I inninna; off
Jobason, bodo ln j 1 3 braings. aaerlfloa hlt?
Auatln. Ktolen haao MrMildi-. BacrtBcs fly -
Srlurfrr. DooMs playa Cotopton, Dalry and
Kntlr.n, M'x'if-r and BV haofcr. I.0M on baara
?-St. I?ula, S. Wanlilngn.il. T. l'lrxt l?nf on
lialla-Off Itauniaardnor, (1; off lluglip*. 8; off
Aiimon. 1. Hlt t.v plteber By Johnson tcump
tou). strurk out Bjr naiianganliiai. 3. i>y
lh.(i.(?. 7. by Alliaoa, 4; l.y Jlirih.in. 1 ITln
pirta Kvans and Waatarvelt. Ttnaa 2:30.
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BUFFALO DIVIDES HONORS.
Fiitsi OAMK
At Buffalo? R. H. K.
Mentreal OononOOR 0?3 7 1
Buffaio.. a e e i e i a e e?i i i
BatterloB?Hmltli and Murphy; Htebo and
MltehalL
snroNn OAgg
n. h. k
Buffale.0 0 0 ? 0 0" 2--a 2 ?
Montreal. 0 1 (l 0 0 0 0 ? 1 2 2
Batteiiaa -Rlghtowar and Mltehell; Tlgaa
and Murphy. it.'alled on agro?ment at end of
aevrntti Innlng. >
TORONTO BREAKS EVEN.
riMT (JAMK.
At naebaatar at, h |
Roohoater.. I IMMMMMI
Toronto_ IIIMIMN ?'> I
Iiatterlca?Hughea and Ulalr; Iiruoko and
li rala
BE<X>bTD hamk
lt. H. K.
Toronto... 0OO2101 I .".-10 l| 2
Rocheetar. ?'! ?'> 0 I I M I a?e H ft
nattorlea Oaapr, Muiior, Max*?-n aad
G.uham, Akara, Klipfer and Jncklttaco.
ENGLEWOOD TAKES LEAD
Ends Baseball Season by De
feating Commonwealth Club.
HAS CHANCE FOR PENNANT
South Orangc Can Tie by Win
ning from Crescent Nine in
Next Saturday's Garae.
? " baaeban team ot tii" Bnglawood
? .. ,,i ciub regained Ita lea.'mi? poeltlon
, in ti.. Amateur Laaguo penaant
n it trlumpbed over tb< Common
??i n. ;<i t lub i" it-' flnal gum
\i ti lair, N J . ><-.?t.r.!.. .
. , | Tt.i ? ontei l araa "'" ot tl
? son, belng featured by
? stdini on each
arood concluded h< r elgl
. wlth sli vlcK ? ? ? i tao de
t<?:? i..' alll have to II I ?
. ? ? > , . ..... -? , ? ^.. ?! v 1., tW( ?:.
th.. Boath l '? ? -?? i '? ' Club, tha tt.:. ?
iim< ebampiona, and ti
Athh ti' ? .;.... hamptoaahlp
wlnner ???rmln.'l The Chaifl
I. i.. ? ? ? ? ?? "f ita ai van
pamea played tt.'i- fnr. and win ?. ? tl
11;.lf Ifi ", wlth an
;. . . ? ? .,[.
Tlie vi.-tory of th-- Bnglawood nlne In
? gi. at meaaura b i >'? ? to tha Indl
. rr^n-. .?' Mellen, who oBlciated In
the piteher'a t"?. and U irpl . tha f"r
aii arouad Jfal< athlete, arho en
? ' a | ? i.i day. Tbe lattei mad< thrsi
i t< am'a t'.tal <>( aeven hlta, ii
1 Ing a home liiri drtre Murphj ? battlng
Inded many of tbe owi kii graJuatea
preaent of hl* p..ltn> d
Itellen probably nev.r wetke.i ln
hetter form than tiiat bt dtPplayod
ag.ilnxt the. Commonwealth batlerM H<
aJlowod tbam oniy tmu Bcnttcb hlts, anu
the Mngle. run regtetered agatr.it hlm araa
really a gifi Mtae of th? Common-1
wcaitti patters re'.urnad to t:.. beneb cn
strlke?outa, whlle he praated only ono
baae on batla
Connetly. a fornt'r \V?-.sle>an twlrler, |
ataiii ocvupted tie> mound for ihe Moni
'lalr eiui. He His.. Brorfcod credltably,
hut, unfortunatejy, falled to keep the hlta I
arattered. CoaneUy dlaplayed Iron nenre'
with Rngiearood men on Um baaea ln
^m?.?ral laatapjoea tbe uppar Jarsej nlns
got men to flral Mn.j s. eond with only
one out, iiui Connelly ttghtened up. Ten
were left atranded. WUbur and Pete
Koruan, the .al< her* for Bnglewood an.l
Commonwealth, reapeotlvely, had deadly
iiim an.l not a ruuner BUOCOedad ln pU<
laKif.K b baae.
Siml?ter, the Commonwealth BhortStop,
wh'i ptayed a favt game In the mtlell
spolled Murphy'a liard atlempt loff a l" r
fact hattlng avaraga, He croaaad orar
baoh ,pf aaeond baaa ln the third und
tpeared hbi grounder ln tinte to throw
Murpby out at fn>i.
The run tallltd by Knghw.I in tlie
i!r?t Innlng ?o^ In tha nature <>f a gift.
Bamwell u>aa paaaed to firnt an.l ad
vmnced t>. m eond on h neat aaciifloe i>y
Murpby. \\ iiiiui wa? also paaaed, and
i < ih no and Barnwell moved up when
alann bungicd r Korwan'a throw to
eateb wilhur atealmg. BarnweU m
<n tVlley'a ground** to Blmlater.
Bnglawood added two more runs In tho
Bfth. Meiien drove a Klugie to i.-rt eentra,
but BarnweH'a affort to aaerUlea resulted
in a pop fl> to II. Korwan. However,
-Murphy followcd wlth hl? clr.ult hlt,
hcorint; Mellen. No further POOrtng ma
terlallzed untll tlie nlnth. After Harn
well had dl'.l on a grounder, Murpby
reached for a hlgh one und drove. It to
CBatra Held for two ba*es. Wllhur struck
.. :t, but 11. Korwalt allowed Wll.-y',. tuti.l
.Irlve to get paat hlm, on whlch Murphy
by fa?t runnlng aoored.
Btauatar prerented a 6hutout for Cop>
inonwealtli, when he opened the elghth
wlth a double to ccntre. Russell Ayrea
moved hlm to third on B puny hlt In front
of the plate, and Hlmlster acored ou
','onnelly's sacrlfice.
MNOUNrOOD | COMMONWKAI.TH.
abrhpoae abrh pq ho
Bamwell.rf 4 I 0 3 OOlMsnn. 2b... 400 l 8 1
Murphy. lb 4 2 8 13 IllPpsar, Ih. 4 00 12 10
WllbUT, e.400 ? lliDeleot, lf... 4 0 0 | 00
WUtry, 2b. 401 0 3 01 H K'wan.Sh 401 2 11
Kiidi. 8b.. f> 0 1 0 0 0] P. A>rea, . f 3 0 0 2 0 0
IXen rf...4 01 1 OOlP.Korwan.f 300 6 00
Merrltt, lf. 30 0 1 OOi Slmlster. sa 31 1 0 3 0
Waider, ss 3 0 0 0 4 0 R. Ayers, rf 8 0 I 2 0 0
Mellen, p.. 3 11 0 2 Ofonni-Ii). p. 1 0 0 1 21
T..tsls....34 4 7 87 10 2| Totals.29 1 4 27 10 3
Knilewood. 100020001-4
Commonwealth. 000000010-1
Klrst base on errors? Knglewood, 2; Common
walth. 1 Left on Xhwk Knflesroi d, 10. Com?
monwealth, 4. Hrst Line on balls off Mellen,
i, off ciMi.iiy. 4 gtrueh out Hy afsslsB, s.
bj Conntlly, 4. Uobm rua Maipb) Taa baaa
hlt?-Murphy, WUsy, Ptaastar. Sa. rlfi. ?? him -
Connelly ?, Murphv. Merrltt. Hlt hy plteher
Bj i onnelly (Wardep. L'taplrc-Swcason.
Tloit-1 ;iZ.
Ba ichuil Standing
in Three Leagues
VtrioVW. UtAOfJB OAMSg TO-DAY.
Kiew \ork at Clnclnnatl.
Itrooklwi ii (lihago (two).
I'ldliidolphia at Bt. loula.
rfsi i.rs OF QAMBg yfstkiioay.
Ne>vr York, i; PIMobaiBBb, 1.
St. LoaUo, .'; Uro..kl?n. I.
( in. Iniiatl. I: lloston, !.
rblladalpbla 141 i hirago, 2.
WTKiWl. i i.At.l F. gTAKIMKO.
wi it. \v. i. rr.
Kn voru *t ti :ti rhila :<? :<'-' ??*>?
< bb-ago i? x: .?o.% Kl. louia. :i" ao .4.'%
immh II 84 ,5M Breoklya II ?">-' JII
(In'nall II II Jlg Hoaton M gg .1108
UggflUI IM LBAOUB OAJfBg lO-DAV.
No gauaaea arhrduied.
MMBCVn ot' QAMKfl bEBTBBOAY.
>??? \orii. 4; t Isvotaaki, B.
\m \ork, I: < lavataasl, o.
I i ? .-t. i.-l.i... 4; Dolrolt. .1.
llrlroll. fl, l'!illinlol|ihla. A.
Boot?. .?: 4 hirago, .'.
at. i.ouu. :.- ayooblaatt?. I.
\'ii i:lt \n l.KAc.n BTABDINO.
HT.L.r.1 u.i r?.
sjoaloa Bl II .??! Dotrotl ??"? ?" .*B1
Waoh'toa 34 :?4 .?I4 < Irteland II M .4B1
Pblla BB *B -?(>* tttm Vork II ?'???? -?;I
< bi.ago II 40 .;.?!?? Bt. Loula ti M Mi
IM 11:\ \ riON IL 11 MH ?
t,4Mt> TO-DAY.
Pr.r.ldrn'r n< >r?urk.
u ?'??in.. ul JOfBOJ < Hy.
BBBTLTB Of UAJOtB VBSTBBOAY.
.lrr?r? f lt>. B| llnltliniirr. ??.
.irr.rt ( im . 11 Raltlsnoro, t
Koarsrk, m. PranMenr*. B.
Moolreol, ? ; iioflaio. "
Buffalo :; Motrtreal. t
t;... beoter, ;; roroaBo, i
rotwda, 10; Baeheater, I,
vl \MtlM. ot TBAMft,
\y i ,r.c. w.i,r?.
Botlsflor II ? .Bll'Jer.CUy. 4? 4.1 .->i:
llultlin'rr 41 :<7 .BBB ProT'aa-o. 81
Toroiii" 47 40 .All ItiirTitlo
NrviarU 44 II 311 Mnnir.-al
Bl 4? .446
Bl II .:<!?*.
Pile Up Seven Runs to Only Onej
for the Crescent A. C.
Tho Creacent Athletle Club. whl-h ln
brlngii.g UP t'"' rear In the Amateur
LeaBJUa baeebejl raee, Waa hadly leaton
b] th< Uontddr Athletle Club n.t Bay
itbigo yeaterday. Tha acore was 7 to l
Although the ddtora were outbattod.
they abowod an aMUty to paake htta whea
mod needed.
Al I'lricii, the Cdumbta Unlverdt)
aouthpaw, waa on tbe raound for tbe
Creacent elub, but he waa an wltd os a
llareh bare, for four Innlnga he bdd
Ifontclalr aithout a hlt, but in tho flrd
and fourtb fratnea three wlld dtchea al
lowed two Montelalr runnera to tally,
whlle errora aceaunted for another run.
Dodd, Kane and Wllluuna laced out ain
dea off I'lrloli ln the llfth Innlng. nnd
whon tho Cdumbta atodent tdt Underhlll
ln tho iia< k he retired from the fray,
Don MfKay. tho r>nrl\ Yah- Veteran, took
111> ttii- tiisk, but before he waa autudently
warmed up a wlld dtoh allowed Wltllama
tu acore, MeKay then drueh out Balmae,
t? 111 Whlnnory <iro\.' out a aacdflce fly,
aendlng Underhlll home wlth the fourth
run of the innlng'. Calder then ended tha
agony by atdklng out. Tnereafter Me?
Kay pltched maatedy ball, aaly thlrteen
batamen fadng blm In four Innlnga
BSddie Meyera, the youthful Montelalr
Hlgb Bebod dtcher, waa hlt ratber frealy
li>- the Creacent laittora, but he was in
dadble In aeveral eritlcal podtlona, Tho
Creaoent men bunched a brace af ainclea
nnd a double la the sevtntli innlng for
thdr only run.
Meyera prodted by rparkHBg Bunpert
Dodd, at bhortslop, OOVered niueh groiind
and BiMepted nlno ohames In u neut tnan
ner. John Mallory, a former Yulo playur;
Woodrougli and Tod Hrown, tho CTeeeetlt
c ;i|>tiilo, UHi-d thotr tmts fffoctlvely, tho
laHt naaaed driving out two alngloH and a
trl|)le.
The acore followa:
MONTCLATJI A. C I CBBBCBNT A. C.
atir h po aa abr h po ao
Dodd. aa... 411 8 ii 0 Whlta. :h 4 o 0 D 10
Kano, 2b.. 511 2 0 1. Fbellng, aa. 4 0 0 2 "'
U?iui-ina.3t, : : l 0 1 0 Mallory, If. 4 1 2 0 01
lii riilll.-f IS] 8 0 0 U.He'vera.lb 400 13 10
lialmu.i. If. I 1 0 2 0 0 lirown. c.403 7 2 0?
^Vhlnary.o I 0 0 6 | 0IC Bo* vorn.Sb 3 00 l 2 1
? aldrr, rf 800 1 0 0 \Voodr"gh,rf 411 1 01
Hrllowa, 11)4 00 11 0 0 llyau. If. .4 00 2 0 1
Meyers. p..302 0 40 t'lrloh. p.. 200 1 80
-MtKay, p... 201 0 0 0
Totals....2?7 4 27 13l! Totals.IS 1 8 27 15 0
Mi.nt.-la.lr A. C. 2
Creacent A. C.'. 0
0014000 0-7
0 0 0 0 10 0 I/'
Hrat baaa on orrora-Montclalr, 1; Creacent. L
IWt on baaea-Montilalr, 4; Creacent, 8. Flrat
hrti>? on batla?Off I'lrlch. ?; off Meyera, I
htrurk out-itv tiirloh, 1: by Meyera, 4; by
M? Kay, t. lllts-orf Clrlrh, 3 In 5 Innlnga
(none out In flfthi: off M< Kay. 3 In 5 Innmga.
Three-baee hlt?Hrown. Two baa* hlt--Mallory.
Sacrltlce Idt -I>odd. Hacrlflce fly-Whinney.
Mol.-n bases?C. Ueavera, Woodrougli, Podd.
Wllllama. I'nderhlll fl), Meyera. DottMl !""> '
Brown to d. Baatrara Hlt by pm-her-Hy
1'lrli-li (I'nderhlll). Wlld pltehes I'lrlch iJ?.
MoKay. L'mplraa-Stockdala and Duffy. Tlma
-l.vO.
BAY CAL.DWBL.L.
Cardinals Take Early Lead on
Errors. and Win Handily.
YINGLING IN FINE FORM
Pitches Good Ball, but Lacks
Support?Steelc Hit
Qiiite Prcely.
|Bj Tsiagraph to Ph Tr l??:? ??.,
Sf. Louta, July 90. The Brooklyn Bu
pcrbaa went down h'-fore the Cardlnala ln
the but game of the eeriea, played here
to day Brrora were largely reaponalble
for the defeat of tb< viattora The Bt
Louta men needad onry two run? to Brin
the daelaton, and they were acored ln the
! frame aith only one hit. miaplays
the new ?bortltop, and Jake
Daubert belplng l The vislt
to overtake thla amall
lead, the pume endtng wlth the i
2 to 1.
flngtlng, who la performlng la yeoman
faal lon on the trt;>. araa la
form. ff"1 held the Cardlnala to i\ hli .
whlch were largely of an Inconsequential
nature. Had he recdved ipport
ha would eaatlj hava ahul out the bome
t. im '!??' araa la tht boi fa
I Louls, and wblb he araa pounded ratner
vlgoroual) bj tbe - per BtHl they
falled to buneh thelr hlta at tho proper
time, Northern waa credlted with three
of tho etgbt hlta gathered bj hia team,
whlle Daubert annexed tao.
Koneteh) ?>?? ia i ifi In thi leond frame
when I'isher furabied bla eaay rotlar.
Bvaaa tben hlt to Daubert, who threur
wlld to Ftaher in trying to force Ko
netehy at eecond, ho that tbe Bt Louis
flrat baaeman reached third, whlle Brana
raced to aaeond. Haun?r ahot a singje
i over CutahaWa head, whlch acorad both
men. Tho eide was then eaelly retlre.j,
but the damajre had been wroujrht.
Th" Buperbaa tallled on<- ln the fourth.
Mortbarn P"t a alngte when Etauswr fell
ln tryinK to held a slow roller, atid Smlth
heat out a hlt to Mowrry. I>.uibert BBCrt
['??.I, moving i. .th runnera up one ba*e,
and when Hauaer throw out Cutshaw
Nortbarn acored. Hummell <iie<l, Hupgins
to K.in. tCh]
The acora followa:
BT. loris I BROOKLTN.
abr h ro aa ?br h po ae
Hua?lns,8b 401 l .to Moran. cf..400 1 01
Mag**. lf. 4 00 2 0 0 N'orthen, lf. 4 1 3 3 0 0
ftfowrcy, 31. S 0 1 1 3 11 Si.lt).. 3'> 3 0 t 1 2 0
K.i-i I' 11. 4 10 17 0 0i Daubert, II.. 3 0 2 9 0 1
Bvans, rf.. tll 3 10 Cutshaw, >4 00 2 30
Hauaer, -?. 3 ') 1 0 7 O1 Hmnmel. rfSOO I 00
Oakea, Cf. .'0 0 1 OO'llsher. ss..30 1 2 41!
mi?? <? ...101 2 10 Mlller. e. ...401 4 80
Htrelo. p... 3 00 0 oo Ylngting, P 3 00 0 30 '
! ?Erwla. 000 0 00
Totals.. .29 2 7 27 20 1! Totals ....31 1 8 24 10 3 ,
?Hatted for Klsher tn nlnth Innlng-.
St. lyitils.... 0200000 0 x-2 1
Brooklyn. 0 0 0 l 0 0 0 0 o?l
Two l.anr all FKli.r. gaerlBeg hlts dake..,
J, smlth. Daubert. Btolen iit?,-i! iiaubert r.'i,
Hiimm.-l Doubls play Mlller and Klsher.
Flral baaa <.u balls OB Yingling. Ij off steelc, ,
I gti i. h ."it Bj Bteele, l; bv Ylugllng.
i/ft on i.?K^s Bt. I>.iiif., k, Br oklrn, 7. t'm
plres?Johnson an.l BBaOB, TlBM -i:-t0.
ERRORS ACCOUNT FOR RUNS
Misplays Costly, and the Reds
Nose Out the Braves.
Clnclnnatl, July "0. -The Ketla defeat
ed tbe Hraves ln the llnal game of the
aartea here to-day by u score of 2 to 1.
Fippaaaa wa? effoctlra throughout. al
tbovgb Ponnelly also kept the hlts well
xcattered. IJrrors accounted for all three
runs.
The score follows:
riNCINNATI I HllSTON.
ahrhpoaej abrhpoae
tteseher, lf 401 2 0 0 M.-Don M,3b 30 1 2 10'
Hittes. rf... 401 2 0 0! Campbell.cf 412 1 00!
Hob'tzell.lb 201 7 0 0:-weene\, 2b 4 0 1 4 3 0
Mltchell, rf. 30 1 1 )0, Jaekson, If. 4 0 2 1 0 0
I'h-lan. 3b.. 4 00 3 1 0 Tltus. rf....801 1 0 0"
ICgan, 2b.... 3 00 2 ! 0| Hsuser, lb.. 8 0 0 12 0 0
Kfinottd, ss. 3 1 0 3 i 0, O'ltourke.ss 2 00 0 II
HeLaaa, I-.802 7 i o Kltng, c....400 3 20
Clarke. c.,.000 0 0 0 Donnelly. p300 | 8 0
?C.rant. 010 0 0 0 tOevlIn. 100 0 0 0
FYomnie, p. 200 0'iljtKlrke. 100 0 00
Totals.28 2 6 27 8 l| Totals.82 1 7 2? 16 2
?Ilsn for MoLaaa ln seventh Innlng tBatterl
for O'Rourke in nlnth tnnlng." IBatted for
Donnelly ln nlnth Innlng.
Clnclnnatl. 00000030 x ?I
Iloaton. 00100000 0 ;
Two base hlts Tltus. Carnpbell. Sacrlflee
hlts? Mltchell. Kgan. I-'romme. Stnlen bases?
Jackson. Beacher (2), llates, Hoblltzell. i.?ft
on bases--Boeton. 8; Clnclnnatl, 8. fli-xt baxe
on balls-OIT Donnelly, |< 0ff hYornme, 4.
Htruck out Dy Donnelly, 8; by Fromme 6
Wlld plteh- Donnelly. Umplres-Klem 'ani
uush. Tliae liM.
SUNDAY'S NEW YORK TRIBUNE
Mailed anywhgra |g tha Unitad
Btataa for $2 50 a year.
BATTIN6 RALLY HELPS
TO
Despite Tesreau's Fine Twirl
ing, Pirates Lead Until
Final Inning.
PINCH HITTERS SAVE DAY
Shafer and Crandall, Called
from the Bench, Hit Safely
?Matty Brought In to
Finish Game.
i By Tclegraph to Tlie Trlbune.)
Plttsburgh, July 30-"lilg Jcflt" Tesreau.
who has been threatenlng to do some
thlng rash for a long time, stepped Into
the box for the Giants here to-day and
held the hard hitting Plrate crew to
three paltry slngles, two of whlch were
...ileeted ln the flrst innlnp of the game.
The exlgencies of the case were such that
this braco of wallops netted a run whlch
was one more than the New Yorkera
could get in eight tnnlngs of baltlng
against Roblnson, a young Plttsburgh re
cruit.
Consequently, Jeff was forced to retlre
in favor of a plnch hitter in the nlnth
Innlng, when the Giants rallled to the
? : tent of two ruhs, and Mathewson was
called upon to pollsh off the battle, which
he did in the most approved manner, re
tlring the Pirates ln order ln the last
half of the ninth. The Ilnal score was
2 to 1.
Kor a lor.g'time lt looked to the blp
crowd of "fana" on hand that Tesrea'i
was going to lose the declslon ln a brlli
lantly pitched duel. But they reckoned
wlthout sundry tlmely hitters viho warra
tho bench for McGraw. Saillng through
elght lnnlngs the Giants were ablo to
garner only three hlts off Roblnson's de
livery. To score a run wlth these waa
; beyond thelr ablllty.
When the nlnth Innlng rolled around
McGraw declded that it waa hlgh tlma
for something to be done. Consequently,
when Kletcher opened the Innlng wlth a
smart slngle the littie Napoleon ordered
Shafer to bat for Tesreau. The speedy
littie reserve man poled out a slngle.
whlch took a bad bound over Mtller's
head. puttlng Fleteher on second. Snod
grass sacriftced, and dled. Roblnson to
Mlller, advanclng both runners a hase.
It w-an then all up to I^rry Doyle. who
has handled many precarlous sltuaUons
with the greatest abffl. T.arry shot a hot
s-ngle to left, whlch brought Fleteher
home. hut Wflbert Rotlnson. who was
poaehlng at third. yanked Shafer back
as he was dai-^h'.ng to the plate.
This nece;-si?ated tba tnsertion of an?
other pinch hitter ln the person of Otls
('randall who sent the ball splnnlng
do^n the llne to Voix. and beat the
throw to rhrat. Thla aoarad Shafer with
the wlunlrig njn. Merkle was ea>>. Wag?
ner to Mill-r, whlle Murray l line drlve
waa ooratled b) Wllaon. Mathowaon then
went. In i^id made I ar-y foul to HeTBOg
fanned Wlison and let Wagner tap an
eaay one to Fleteher, to die ?? I
and the wmc.
With both pltchara receislng errorlea*
BUpport the battle BTBB a keen one. In
the tirft Innlng fcfensor walaad ;<"d aHefj
Carey had lifted io Fleteher W'Uaon beat
out a aloaj bounder t.. Merkk. Tesreau
n?. .r loat his ncrv., I Itt far ned the great
?Wagner. miler, however, Uned -i ."ing-ie
to centre acorii >; Menaor and puttbaj
on third. Her., he was left
atranded, PTetobef and Merkle taking
. , ? ..f \ oix.
with tbe exeeption ol l Ihlrd innlng.
Wh?n Carej ind a hlt betaaatB
apoliad ''" record, the Plratea were re
tlred lu order f"r tha rest of tbe e'trie,
Taareau turnlng the trh k f--r flre lnnlngs
Whlle llattj dld D tn the ninth. Robln?
son hurled back th" Otanta W order In
t.!\ iruilnss. aa well.
Kletcher aupplemented hia hrilllant
work of yesterday by handllng ten
ehanosa Wlthout an error, besld.'j con
necting for a doubl" and a slmrV Hls
fleldlng was one at the sensatlons of the
game. Wagner was tbe hero on th-- Pltts?
burgh slde, coverlng a va.st amount of
ground and accepting nlne rhanc-rs wltb
out a flaw. I.arry Doyle contrlbuted twe
hlts, one of whlch came Just when lt was
needed. and whlch praetlcally won the
gumr.
The score follows:
NEW YORK p,TTSBl-'Rt?lL..
ai.rhroa. _^;lt,ss
Snode.lf.cf 3 00 I 0 0 Mrnsor. rt. 2 1 "?
Doyla, 2b.. 4 02 8 10 Carey, lf -j0*?!:
Kecker, -f. 3 0 0 0 0 Oi Wilson. cf.30\ \ J
?Crandall.. 101 o 0 0' Wagner. ?!?' II
Davora. lf. 00 0 0 OO.MIllcr. lb...30tl? is
Merkle. lb. 4 00 10 II Vloa, "??-? *Ja I II
Murray, rf40o 0 II atcCrthr.a 300 o ;s
Haraoft Sb 3 o l l aocihson. c. . IM J IX
Meyers. c.300 G 1 0'Roblnson. p 3 01 S ??
1'1,'t ier.ss 3 12 4 6 0|
TearsBB, p 2 0 0 2 00
tShater... 111 0 0 0,
Ma'wson, p 000 0 0 0
Totals....81 2 7 27 14 0i Totals.28 18 27188
?Batted for Berk?r In nlnth Innlng. fBatts*
fer Tesreau In nlnth Innlng.
New Vork. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2-?
I-lttsburgh. 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I
Two hase att-PUteker. Baerlflcsiblto-Carar,
gaoaaraaa Btaesn baaa-WHaon. ?*"*,!?* *ia
llUiar Bad Wagner; Herzog, Merkle ar?
Fleteher; Doyle, fleteher and MerUa jnoj
base on balls-Off Tesreao, 3. Btru -k (SB) - B*
Hoblnson. 2; by Teareau. 2; byMathewson. ...
Hlt by pltchei-By Tesreao (m *? '? ''"<$
hat-ea -Plttsburgh. 3; Naw York, 3 HIU o?
Te.reau. 3 In ? liininga. off Matl;*??1. ?n?
la I Innlng. Umplres -Owens and brennan.
Time- 1:27.
CUBS BOW T0 ALEXANDER
Homers by Zimmerman and
Schulte Avert a Shut-Out.
OuOBgO, July W.-Alexander was ln ?"?
form to-day. The Phlllles defeated V?
Cuba bv a score of 14 to 2 ln the nw
game of the series. He allowed BBB-g
In the elghth ar.d three In the nim
frames, two ot whlch were home runa
Only one Chlcagoan reached second oaw
up to the nlnth. .
Cheney and Matoney were hlt naro.
Vernon'H wlldnes.s In the nlnth mads a
farce of the game.
The score follows;
1'nii^Anri.piiiA. I CH,cAcr<J1 po *?
abr h poaei w ,?n j 0?
Paek'rt.ef 3 3 1 ? 0 0) ?he.\ard, lf 100 3 J
l^bert. JD6 1 J 000 tjood ?.....*?? l fj
Mage.-. If4 8 2 4 0 Ol Srhulte. rf. <1> * ",
Crav'th.rf 2 3 1 300 Tlrtker. sf-J0. ! l\
I.ud'rus.lb 3 3 3 4 0 0 Zlni'nian.ib 411 - J
Knabe. 2b 3 1 1 1 * 0 l.earh. et.?|*} ! JJ
Loolan. sa6 1 2 2 0 0! Wlllia.ns cf 3 0 1 I M
KUiif.-r. cs 0 0 rilLaaler. *...??! J ,'0
Alox'dsr,p5 ? 1 ?t'ffvart. PJ... Ml I J
Areher, e... ??? { ij
Cotter. c...^? ' 11
Cbaaey. p -? Ifl I M
iMaroney. P-000 0 1?
Vernon. P- 300J_"?
Totals...?7 T< 12 27lol Touls....^**17"'
Phlladelphla. 0 | g 0 | 1 t t 9pi
ChVmpB. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ??ij
Two-base hlt-Paskert. Home runs-lAi.l?ru?.
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