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fiants and Superbas
f Get an Even Break
lumper Crop of Hits in
Double-Header at the
Polo Grounds.
DONLIN ERRS IN
CHOICE OF WORDS
Quick Thinking Play by "Red"
Smith navrs First Battle
for Brooklyn.
n< hi i? ????hi MMM v
Base hit echoes which make their lair
ogan> 1?1'iff hack of the Polo
} ds put in :i hard afternoon, yes?
terday. Fortunately they have had
a chance to ?rest during the recent
ii*it of the Yankees or they could
lardly have stood up under the test of
douhle-header between the Giants
the Soperbaa, Brooklyn won the
game by s score of ?8 to 7, and the
nts the second ??' *? to 6.
"he embattled nines made thirty hits
?he first encounter, but fell off to
, ?ty-tive in the second. Rooter? who
s" d until the end X .?.me
? triples and eleven two-base
.is dune on i. liberal
PntCe. Errors wen plentiful and time
The kicking, too, was
ed in large portions, but in spite of
tiuii*rruptiori- the games were among
idw most exciting of the season. So ''
. was the competition thnt Mike
??iOWartt,n ajajciared even the umpires were ;
Juirtingated bv a spirit of rivalry.
mersU0U rr running a race to see which
1*>^ ne rottenest," was his comment.
Ihority? oily two umpires were concerned ;
?hould not have said that. "More
>n" would have been much hotter,
|d e\ silence would have been better
a8 for Byron banished Mike from the
nils The punishment was well de
pa?'lnn(- \ man wh0 uges a superlative
inza -"-d of a comparative if unre
. ied may grow up to .-p..t an in?
irate?. or pUj| a ..(-y,,i "
to oionc re?peet the umpires did race,
i. ,V??i i lonj ? rne il was a question
iimsen w^lfj, woui_ eject the most play
le Big Johnson put Tesreau out of the
lundrcC' Kame a,u' benched MiCraw, but
n had a shade, for lu- sent Bnod
out ? off the Held in the ftrat l'Hun and
]j whed Mike Iionlin ?n the second.
which caused the banish
en<-e of 0f Snodgrasa also tost the first
<*ritl?*a1 ?"'' *';* Cant?. Belaboring Dem
I _ .and l rom me, the Super?_*B built
?iftli'I' 'commanding lead, for Nap Ruckei
l'Oing effective in all the early innings
- t the fourth. In the eighth the
? pul ' 0 inns across the plHte
Slierlmin the ninth McGraw'a men rallied
Nfiv T?P-'a-l>' Wilherl Robinson di?! ,
ave time to climb out of the bench
. ; ? < I \* i - ? ? r n for a pinch pitcher until the!
Mary Bf"?11 but pone.
?ns began the ninth with r. single. I
|Op ? Dletcliei put the ball into the left 1
Iii>ti;i?-?**le*?c hers for a home run. Snod
followed nitl a triple on a hit
In re? Wheat tried to ?get off his shoe
il solu At that stage of the ?game onlv
[HI notun was needed lo tie thi score,
Mr. here was a mini on third, with
Ihacrijut.
In cainson, aroused at last, suit Reul
inklyto the box to take the r-1??*** of
son yci- Werkle hit sharply to Smith,
F l (to the base. <u?<! the Brooklyn
some or scooped up th? ball and put it
so. gawdgrass with a -.ingle motion. The
as he tris Snodgrass was ?dose, but the
,: ? eraed to i>< correct. There
''? ?? convincing the outfielder, how
*i||?:i.l he stood with his bunds fa'
11 k<- a man indicating the size of
h which ??scaped.
? I me th?t far," said Snod
,hnd s.? persistently ?lid he urge
Tint of view that Byron ?sent him
clubhouse,
mingly there is nothing like a re
:.. rowel a player
m. The Brooklyn club re?
it Indicated ? rcadineas to sell
?gle, but finally ?Uciied to
stay a while. Now he may lin
Iterday he made a home
a double in tiu first game and
I with a triple In tne second.
Grant, Fletcher, O'Mara
ck Iialton were other stai stick
the day.
[?Via was weil cast at shortstop.
time> during the course of the
| mad?- plays to third base to head
runners, and each tune hi
[? and game -?he Giants made
?. running. Teareau was
d in the third inning, and
son took his place. A two-base
lerkle in the latter huif of the ;
three ram and '
\ ?red a few moments later
? fly the (?.ants seemed to
ifc lead.
lyn. however, kept hammering
t Mathewson Cayy Stengli
tin- front ;i? the seventh inning
triple t.? deep lefl which scored
I \?i mi.. Ul hit b\ Smith
Stengle home. In the eighth
s ?louble and Uulton's single
?1 the tieing run
Murray saved the day in the
?P?) coming to time with a triple
iRlad. O'Mara's
row allowed Murrav to come
Icon- follows:
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ins Stengel,
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4 In -.' ?mu?a?, off WlltM,
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greatest value ever I \mJ
. '. roo
|t into a small cigar a #? g
ALL DEALERS O
?ll.l.iMdl- sM) HOWLING.
All? .. millar.
Bone Wins
from Ivory
t hirf Hi ?er. na? Mti r.l from m ?tnpll
pla.i In the Htlh tonina <?' It* nr?t
?aine ?between the ?.Inn?, anil the Su
perha? je?lei-da> ?lien (?Mam nent :?
?tap he>ond him In ?low thlnklna.
The Bn>.?kl?n ?hi.rt?l"|? ?a? ?n third
ba?e when t iif?haw hit a ?roomier to
I let. her. 1 he i.lnnt hail an Uttt
daw ?<> retire the ninner for the
thlnl out. hut threw a little wide to
.Merkle. and ? iiUlmw mm? tttOti ?afe.
a* l r. .1 had to titke hi* foot ?.ff the
II Miin. howe\er. thouclit an on? had
been nude at lirai, and M did Meter?.
Merkle threw the hall lo the catcher,
hut the Indian made no attempt lo
?et (I Mum a? the nrookl.in player
?liiwl.? ?ulked lo the pinte. When only
a toot from the plut ter O'Mara mine
to h dead ?top. and Meyer*. _-on?e<l
hi lenrth from hi* let hare?, readied
out :>.nd loin lied him.
FANS IN A NEAR-""
RIOT AT CHICAGO
Swarm on Field When Bat
Is Thrown Into Stands
?Cubs Beat Reds.
Chicago. June ?St. A ne?r-riot
marVed the first game of the Cincin
nnti-fhieago series here to-day, which
the Cubs won by a score of 10 to 7.
In the visitors' sixth inning Moran
fouled down the third base line.
Hoblitzc 11 protested to Kason, the urn- j
I ire, that the hit was fair and ivas or- i
i!"r<(i to the elnhhouse. Charley Her- j
sog ran into tin argument and ?va? or
d? i< .1 to join Hoblitzell. .
\ few moments later one of the
players took Mor:?.i V bat and threw it
toward the players' bench. The aim
??? wide and the bat landed in the
Acid boxes. Immediately .spectators
? .1 i'it upon the lield, but they
wer? calmed by attendants ?and play
Pie arguing continued, and lie
fore it ceased Mullaney, Miller and
Douglass I?;??! joined Herzog and Ho
blitzell.
A few moments later Voran slid int<
second lase ?and ??piked Sweeney'*
thumb. Sweeney became angered at
Moran and it was necessary for play
? rs and the umpire to step between the
pair. Quigley eaeortod Sweeney to the
bench, but did not order him out.
Good was sent to the clubhouse early
? ? ?game by Kason.
Fach club niad<- its runs by bunching
hits with m ?aplaya.
The score follows:
? -111?? V.,<. N I. I IN? INNATI S l?
Uli? i." ; .il? ? Il !". H ?
' ?il 3 " "
C.I if .?..??..." li ? : I 4 ??
i Mon rf. J-i . i: . ?? i i "
i '
; : i ..o .?!_.;. . . :: i i ?. i ??
i 1 -.' Oliirol ? 4 11
? .-. : . | 4 ? i?
? lit I 1 Kellocs l' ' " n ? l
- , t 1 ? S ? ? !..? Ho?, If - l ?"? i "'
Vttuniin , .-: il ? a? (?.in ct.... ii ?
?
. ! " 'C..'.- ..... 1 1 ? .
Kowan, i? '? " I " ? "
I : I hemmei i n i .
??Ji.<
-i-...? ? ; lot Vmp ! . n.
llalli l foi l-o .'. ninth Innln?. 1
-. th. iimiii Inning
. ?i i n ?, i ...? r \ l?i
Onclnna? ?? .? ?? ?? , ?? ?> :
- l__v*n
In 2-1 iiiiiiii?; ..fr Vaughn, t ??? Cl-1
1 in : nuil; .
? lins. !? lu o Innings <.ff Kowan, non?
tines fly?Bawling? Molen lase -Uergtiam
play* ?.r.'h :.. Hei z<>k lo Hob
iii aSlei ! ?
(Mneinnatl, 3 Hases <.n
halls ?n.- viiiKiin(>. i: ?n- Vaughn, I; <.i?
l : ..if ?Rowan, . stni. k i
? Y1i?k1i?i>.. S; by ?Lavendel I;
rney. 1 11 Rowan. I. Wild ?pUche*
*i*iriKli.''? anV l.a? rnder. . In . ? ? SO. :
h...?..n and wiiil
PIRATES UP A NOTCH
Cooper Checks Cardinals
While Teammates Pound Ball
St. Louis, June 89. Cooper kept St
Louis's hits scattered except i ri one
inning, while his teammates were ab'.e
to hit the St. Louis pitchers when hits
meanl runs, and I'itt>l?uigh won the
opening game of the series by a scori
of 1 to 1 and went back into fourth
place.
The -.core follows:
i ITTBBt'RUH S I. BT, LOL'IH N I.
ab r i abrh i,, * ?
Carey, if 4 1 i i ?? ?? iii.gK|.lk i, to? ft .. .?
Mow'jr. lb 10 : il?? Mar?e, cf.. ? I 1 i ...?
??., ;f 4 ?. i | ft.I
?Vagn'r.aaSO i r. I >? j; Mller n? 4 o o 1-. IS
: ' ?ft 1 <i (I
2 sa
f 4 i 1 i ?. ?? Bnyder, ? I? i ?? ft *
?' man I ft 3 IS
' ? i ft i |
? ?i I I.? (.
. :?. iner, i 111 ?'? I ft
.; is i
Perrttt ?i? . Ighth laalni
PitI?b' ?. i o o o a o 0 ?? 1?4
?i ?. ?? a o <? o ?. i i
Two ?l??e... ?
?
Perfil) T i?? M ;.n?a; ..:? .?une, ;: In 1
en hases Pltta
li?.Si?, "> ? Si ?...? . .'.. Klral la?. ..i? h
? ?? r.er, ?. ?lu i.? pli .
? llowrey) Btru? k ?.??? By t*
t. Time 1 ".*,. l'mpiri - Klein and ; ?
1 lins ..p. l'i
IND '1 \MIV
?"RK S I. BROOKLYN N" I,
abi ' . ?Kr I? |K) ae
? : t i
'f "? ! l S i i i ?., . | ? si
?
?ri- 1 1 00 Wheat. If :. i n ?. i ?.
Merkli li? i l l H I
i Hiencel. rf & 1
?l?ll Via, her, c. SI ? .* : ?
'IVsirau | I t' 0 0 " \ ? 10.
Mail? ..n .? 3 (? 1 o 11:"Hummel M ? i? ? i.
Ait? lus..n.;
Ti.-a?!? 3? I Il ? ?3 ? ? i
-
' ? I!? f..l.!||l lllll.llj
?. ; i ?? o i i? i? , s
i ?i <? ?> i ? i
1 ? ??.ii 4 T*n
Mur,.
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? hit Flet? her .-'.. rlii
? ?ait. ??.
1 , n ..n ltt>ne? N*.'v Voil. P?; Brookli
l'oui.i. ,?ia\? M<?\e.? and Fletcher: tnetcher
,. i Mi rais n." i'-?- ??? bails ? ???
..fi AU ???. l off Utehlaon, 4
.v Mull ?
i ks Altchtaon i Hit '?? plieher
\ ? .,? ,? ?May. ?
il*. I er. -.* lin? i iff T?ta
i??u. - In - Innlns? on>ne out m Ibl
.M..il.???....n. 13 il. T ??" i. ..ff
I m? ! 1?'. I ?,.
?i mu? H?T?n.
State League Results.
ton, 3. Will.es-Karre. ** il?? inn.?
Troy. 1. Altian?. "
Kl mir?, f. Hiii?liainton. .'?
l'tii-a \a. S> riu-uae iwet grds. )
Tri State League Results
Humnliiirg. 6; ReadiiiK. *.' (II Inn.)
Trent???. It; Y ?ont, >..
"A'.lmitiirUMa. : . Alb'iitown. ...
Haftehall. Polo (ii .?.M.dUa. To ?la- S K? p M
PURELY FAMILY MATTERS
Baseball Standing and
Results in Four Leagues
National League.
?. iMI> mu w
Hr..?.kl? n al New ^ik.
Philadelphia ?1 H..?|..n ?In..?.
Piflihiirch "I tt. laOtil??.
( ?nrlnnntl at ( hicsgn.
Rl ?i i is or t, \?ii ?? \ Bei i i?*??..
Ilr..?.kl?n. S: \ew Vrik. ,.
New York. S: Hr....kl? n, S.
? hli-ago. 10: ( iiielnnati. ',.
l'IIKliiirKh. I- Ut. I .otila. I.
Mill... v?. :?..?(on (met Kril(.?
\ \l '?IN Kl LEAOI K ??TANIUNl..
\\. !.. P.C. H. I . I* ?
New York:??, .*:? .fini -t I ?ml. ;:.i M .'!??
<.k?. m 3i ..*..'.< i'iiiiii '.*?, aa .m
?in-ln'ali :?:?:?! .:.K? Hr.i.ikl? n ''. :< ! .I'.S
PitUk'gh M 30 ..-,?1(1 Bo?t<?n ."i 31 .4'M
Federal League.
?. .mm mu w.
No nuil..- m hediiled.
RK?I IT? <IK ?.AMI? ?? *, r-.TI.liHA?,.
HronkMil. II: II.illii? ??? . '.'.
I-Ittahurcli i ?. Hufl'aln leomt),
IMIIKM I.KAI.I K ST*?NIHM-.
W. I.. I*.? . U I.. P.< .
Imlinn'lia MI M .?>'>" Kan.? it?, lit ;?.-, .4.0
< ble*??. :IM ?B ..">HI Hrookl.in .',*> :,.' ,4:?u
liuffalo.. 31 .*?*' Ati l'ittah'rifh !.*. 33 * ?
Balllinoe II ".? ..MI M. I..?ul?....'.*? in ..:*n
American League.
. ?.AMI ?? lil-llW .
New Kork ni \? .i-liirntM?.
Il<?.Ion ??( I'liiludelplilR.
< I.?. ut.. at I?.
M, Ioui? a? ( "Vtelanit ?tW?),
1:1 M il? Or (.?Hi? VEMYMtDAY.
Ma?liin?Hm. I: New tori.. ?'.
H...I..II. : : l'hll ideliiMu. I.
Philadelphia. , ; II . ?n. V
Phii tgn. ::: I?. "., .'.
?I. trull g*. mi-IhiiiI irain).
YMKKM \N I 1 \?,| 1 I AMlIN?,
H. L. l'A . U.I. IV?
I'hila ".fi M ON Ho-ton 31 II .515
li.iri.it ;<M :;l JBI ?lii.ac.? M M AU
Ml laom? :;? :?l Jifl Vew \nik .': :?* Vis,
Maah'tiiu H' N .".11 ?Irveliind M II :.;V.I
International League.
G .Ml H It? DM
1'rinld'iiie at Neu.irl,.
Baltimore al .ler??e> < 11}
l{... Iia-.tri il iiiriiiiln.
HFM I'I- ?H I.I1II-? k'EMTKBDAY.
termes ?it?. B: Uamtiemt t.
Ro.he-fr. I?: Newark. I.
Baltimore, .-, : t|i,n.,|... 0.
loronl?. i>. Pro? ?d?me ( i?i?l|ioni-il ?
IN I I HN A I l?l*a Y I I.K'U.I K s| YNI>IN?i.
M. I IV? . M. I.. P.?
Baltiino'e I-, ?:.: .??.'.? loronl.? :to :?l .4(1.*
Kin-healer M II At? Newark .** 3.? ,41?
HiiA'mIii ''I ?.'? ..KS!? Montre it .'.'?? 4:: .;,.'??
Proiidre le CI .'>l. 1er? (l|. ???? || .:,:(*
ATHLETICS SPLIT
A DOUBLE-HEADER
_
Red Sox Too Much for
Bush and Brown?Work
of Collins a Feature.
Philadelphia. June 29. Boston broke
e'en with Philadelphia in a double
header here ?to-day, the former win?
ning the lirai game by a score of 7
to 1, and the home team the second by
a ?core of 7 to '.'..
The visitors hit the deliveries of
Bush and Brown hard in the opening
muii.., while Leonard was effective.
?Lewis had hin hand hurt by a ?pitched
ball while a! bat and was forced to
leave the conte?--..
In the second game Philadelphia hit
the ball hard, and was aided by errors
by Gardner and ?'ady, while Plank had
his opponent? at his mercy until the
ninth inning.
The tielding of Kddie Collins wa.? es?
pecially good, his running stops and
catches and heady playing beinif feat?
ure- nf both games, while be performed
a feat seldom seen at Shibe Park in
The closing contest by making h home
run on a hit inside the gpounil--.
The ?cores follow :
i-iKST i i ami:
- rOX A !. | PHI ?LA DELPHI ? A I.
nl ? li pose ut.i i .
ft 4 1 i 'i ?. e/aiBh, if ?li .
i :?0 Oldrln?, if. 4 u i j i '?
i i o ?. roliliu, ! . ?
i awla, If.. " j i ???? Hake., lb ? "
Rah?. If -i 1 I ?'? M.Ini ?c II. 4 Coin in
.laii?riii.ll> :. ? : .?. Sutink. cf.. 4*1 I IS
dardn'r.lb *'?? i -' i ?? Vorry, .* !?? - IS
in| ? ?....? 3 '.' "
. ill Hi??)., p i c s a : 1
..?? i 10 ?.
?Still?!?.
ro?ala .. -i i i**; it 1
?i in fifth Inning,
?Boeto? " " i i e e t i?i
Phltadalphla " a i '. i
a.', hita la.? I? i.? Yi-rk.n. ?V,
Three baa? In? speakei *>*> ll?l
In ?'? Innbiaa; off i:?..???
,*. in 4 lniili.Rs >S?i rtrt .?
stolen ? can ?'.Ulli? l?oil??lJ
aun and Yerk.-i. .?.Iriiic and
Left ???? baaei B liad? i
? riAie , n halls (?ft* l.eon ?
Muah. '; It.own, 1 h ?rm ?ha?? on ?
1-...--..1?. i; rhlla? elphia, i n?? i i t bet li?
Buah .Speaker. I.-wl?? ?ti ?. k ?? .: I?
' ill? at nan*
:1V I miiire? O'Leughlla
liian.l
??BCOND QAMB
l'Hll.AI>H.i'HlA XI. IHiSTliN A t.
ai?? ah i h p* a?
? . ? ?? ? Hoop? f ? 1 i 1 oo
Oldrln?.;' 4! : S no.?,?it ?.. 4 0 ?> S .1 ??
? ? I S|?a>aker .-f 4 0 I ? |i
taker, lb 4 1 ? i <i ltel?s. if. 3d.? ? II
Mcln'la.1%4 1 .'Il K' Jai.iiin. 11.4 ?OH ?ft
' ?? Qal ? ? 3!l 10 I 1 4 1
Wal-h. ifl'ft ? e OOiVerke?, Sb. 141 1 '?? v
lUrr?. a? II .
I..., i ? ? ?' ' i " " lolinaon, i> .00*30
I'l; nk. p. II 1 1 ', (> **Kii?le . 1 1 I 0 0 0
-i . _ . .
Total?. S.' T 10 rr 14 0 Totalr 31 :? .*, .1 1? !
?Hatte.: for Johnson in ninth lniln<
Philadelphia 1 '? '? ?? n 1 ?? i T
?I I " " B.? | _
l*\ o 1?m? I i; Walsh Home run ?
!??' Ban .-???:? 1 ??e? c b? .*.".
?M.I'l- . ?viole |.lai (?olllt
I oft on ha?*s Roaton, 3
? *?? '?i halls i'f* '
4 off l'!.-nk I I'. errors I'lnl.
1 dtlphla Sirurk iiui-Hi Jjhnwn,
n lomean. Tim?
1 ?I ...irhlln
INDIANS BOW UNDER
A SHOWER OF RUNS
Rochester Scores Sixteen.
While Newark Is Lucky
to Get One.
Th? Indian? were well di'jbbcd at
Newark yesterday afternoon, goin?
di \> n before Rochester by the score
cf Ifi to 1.
It was the worst trouncing that they
?have ?received this ?season. Tl.ey muid
not ?solve the pitching of Bobby Keefe.
while the Hustlera bitted the ball all
ever the lo., taking to ( urtis's offer
Irgl ?S well as 'o those of the veteran
? c?.!iie Bel!, who preceded him.
The Huitlers began proceeding., with
a quartet 01 runs In the o?poning ennp
1er. and on two other occasions scored
.n liatches of four. They pie?, cd very
good ball, ?too, On til the last inning,
v lien the) indulged in a little horea
?play, winch gave Newark its lone tally.
T h i - work on the p;.rl of the Ha?)
Mas not relished by Kee.'e. who was
working for ? shut-out. and he fell
llffed.
'I he scoi ? follows:
ROC1II S I I.I'. ? l.W IRK.
alt? '
?f ? i i ?? n ?? .Vlttai, rf. il i
i :?.... ,
\V?l(h, If 4 1 I 0 n i v .? . h 111
- 1 4 . I I 0 0 \\
? ' J'IMI?. Cf HI I II
" i .1 . HoiintT it :. o n? ??i
lb. 12 1?
y U'n.aai :? .' i ?; i r, Z' man.lb 4 ? I i <i
Wil ?o>, . ? i ..? ?? lie. .. *. I ?? i
Mi m ? i " " ,t i,, n
. .. tk II, i. .? o |
*? -.I ??..
vu Totals
? I lor Ciirli?' in -unlli inmnr
? n 1 ?i 0 :. 4 o 4 If
. ?? I? fi ft I? !
Sa? i II ? I ??en?
liven \v. '/ ? ?rinat
Harru??H.
Priest, M. -I II Ian Ihre.--!.??.. hl|a? Harrow?
?lining:
off i'.jh: *4 Innings H<ne on ?.?i ?
n? ? i Km
1st. I ir?' i?afc ..n ames Moaearl
? r. I ta? ft on l.aeee Xenarl.. 1".
TiMielil... ?ad .x'_i
lln. Time of jame?.' h?
Baltimore, 5; Buffalo, 0.
? R. 111.
H?]ll:io?. I ? ? 1 II
HufTalo . I M I I I I I ?I? i I 1
I ?re , ?in Kiiilenuei 1er
laonf?
New England League Results.
l>iwell. * Kit? lil'iii,'. -V
1-iv.reii.e vs. I.?.tin IWM ?da.?
l'iirthiini i? Wor? , st.-r ?wet ?fis ?
l^ewiaton ?.s. Hii.erhill ?tan? i
American Association Results.
Kars??? ?'it > I Si ? ? inn.?
laouisiille. s. i'nluiiibua. 7.
Miini.apolis. ; Milw.t'tkee. 3.
Eastern Association Results'
??rrin_tfle!<1. '?? New Hritalr. ?s
I H ? n f. ? "Vaterl.nr, 2.
BOEHLING HOLDS
YANKEES RUNLESS
Pitches Masterly Game for
Senators, Allowing
Only Four Hits.
FOSTER BRINGS JOE
IN WITH HOME RUN
Banishing of Chance in the
Third Turning Point of Hard
Fought Contest.
I li? IM '
Waahiagtop, Jnna 20. ?Erar** l??t
one of Joe Boehling's friend?, near
frier.ils. relat:\es and close acquaint
aii? ?'.s of ;i ?listant co.isin by marriaif?
is hnppy to-night. Joe pitched th?'
Washington ?Senntori to i? I to o vic
tuiy ayer the New York Yankees here
th s afternoon.
The r?al Underlying ? .ni??' fot the
juhiJotio'. is that Boehling's father,
genial proprietor "f I ponular hostlers.
Is ?accredited with "letting them up"
'?\er>- time Joe wins. When Joe wins
a shutout jcame he -'sets 'em ur?
double."
Bnl the h?art of Frank Chance il
black within him. He declares that if
?toan c-in ever he rid of Chill, tl:
trnrire. i: will rise to better t?
Chill, it v.'ould seem, has a depressing
fTect on '.be summer pastime.
Prank Chance declared in round
t?rms that the aforementioned Chill
was to blame for the loss of the after?
noon. No' being a hypoi-tit?. be told
Chill to his face. Although .< smell
man. ?he umpire was not in the least
afraid lie put the "PeeHess Leader"
of the unet-ualled Yankees cut of the
game.
The sxpnlaion of Chance and victory
for th? Senator? cerne togptner. It
I a? "he third inning, with J?>e Boelil
ing, son of the tavern keeper, ou thin!
base, and ?Eddie "Buz/." Foster brat?
?'tshmir v l?at ?nit of nil proportion to
?us -?i/.e Little Jack Warbop served
up an underhand shoot, wi ich Foster
fouled "ff. Leslie Xuiiarnaker vent oiT
In pursuit of the sphere, an?! to all
outward Signs made a clean caoture.
To the utter astonishment o* the
rrowd an?! the amaaensenl of Nuna
makar, Chill decided that the ball hud
ticked tb' screen first and that the
catch was no' to be allowed \t once
Frank Chance ?piang to hi" feet. Once
n Cub, al v;i\s a bear, is liis motto. He
delivered a i?ne.?eli He ?axed elo
< 'lint. He indulged in figure*. Then
Chill spoke. He indulged m no fig?
ures. He simply Mid: Boa1 il to the
clubhouse " And Chance beat it.
After that dis'ress'njt incident had ,
passed Warhop served another under-j
band ?hoot. Th?s time F?, ?toi iwnntg?
n?! lie met the liai! fair on th?? nose. ?
It fell in sa'e territory, ?rood for two i
bases, inti Boehhng ?scored the one run .
of the came.
Poehlii'n pitched a masterly game
l hriiugliout. He allowed only four hit .
ami kept them separated by fair dis
larce-.'. He was backed by perfect
support ?.nil plared ;? clever Holding
'??ii.iseli'. He liad no fewer than
.-ix assis'!-. Warhop. too. pitched ?well,
but had a bad break ir, that third in?
ning.
The score folio
WAHHINOTON \ I. \K.'. vc.K \ I.
ni i li )... n . .,
II lael tb . 5 ? ?.
?
Vilain, if. ?01 1 uft t>. ka?igl?.?f III
I ?? III l ? Holten, If... ill - " "
? ?
Morgan, ??*:?' i ? 1 ? 1>. >. f n
Mil'. . || 1 1 ..
?? " '*> llllama. lb t I I
S. p . 1 1 ft .;? Warhol . i.. 10 I ?IS
?it.?.. .- ? .-, i
? .: i: " ????:< so
? '? u ?*i?.
\\ i-hiiut? ?. a i .i o n ? i
X? >? s. r:. .? 0 ?. .
I??? III*. Voile?
Uoeller Sa, in,, lilt. Troaodati 'i
?...-- i ?
M ??? th, !..?(? m? i,??'e? ?
Ne?? fork. T; Wm
"T n*?rhM I; ??" . nu
? pit? V? r ?Hi '.' ?
? . .-. Tinsa l M ? ?. ?
i'hill in?, >8!i?
WHITE SOX OUTHIT TIGERS
Clinch Victory by a Rally in
the Sixth Inning.
Detro-t. June 2?. Outhitting Detroit
better than 2 to 1 here ?o-day. Chiesro
??on the opening game of the series
with the Tigers by a score of ;, to 2
' HI? V*" A l? l'KTIt'UT a _
?ml . .it.? h p., a.
Weaver..s 4 0::? Il ? 1 '
?"> 1 3 J 0 Vin ft) .'00030
Il mit'.if 4 I ft 1 ?? I... ' 3 00 1 0U
'.lilln? rf I ' ?") ?iswfor.l if 300 0 0 1
1" ni? ,1b. IS l ? :0 Veach. If... 401 ? 10
: 3? *. : o? K'aaugh.?**. 40i i si
Bcbalk.l .1 0 : 3 1 O Rums, lb 4 0 1 14 1 ?>
? ? I '? : 1 V., Kfe e. 4 !
I ' : .Ii.il p .. -.10 110
I KaW.p. . SO U 0 0 0 ?all. j>. 000 I I'l
?Dubuc .... IOS 0 >lt
Totals 13 3 II .7 14 .' Ton!. .V) ? . ^ ? I
?I'a-t.-.i for Hall In etaht!, r
' ht??* ' .O o o 1 ?i .
?Detroit ..... ! o o <? .. ,, ,, , ,, -
III?. . ?f Hall :? m *4 Inning?, off Main .
i" i m lag: n ? - ?*? Imilnai '. tt
i in. 1 13 iDnln?! , hit
'liiah. S?crlflc? bita - Henz Vlit Nacrlflr*
Ulf 11 S. ha. h,? .
V'aarer. ?>oiit.!<. p?a?? I - _nau?h
a 1 Hurn>, Ka\anau?h. Rush and Burn?:
V, aea and McK.ee; Main and liaza* Lilac
b- -r>. X, -, Vi rol??
Evans and His Black
Bat Factor for Tip Tops
Three Baltimore Pitchen
Fail to Check the On?
slaught of the
Visitors.
? sgraalt lo 1
Baltimore. June 29. Steve Kvans,
who is rushing to feme as a long dis?
te nee slugger, broke up a perfectly
pood little ball _nmt here this after?
noon with his big black bat. Almost
single handed the mighty slugger of
the Brooklyn Tip Tops thrust the Bal
tlmor? Terrapins deep into the trough
of dei'eat. The score was 11 q _'.
?un? made three nits a home run,
a double ami a rousing triple and ac?
counted for no fewer than live of the
runs scored by his team. His circuit
cincher came In the first inning with
two men on base, his trinle in the
fourth with a solitary runner on. while
hi? double in the third frame was con?
verted into a run when a sixsling sin?
gle by IWman followed.
But l'?vans wa?; no: the only man on
the Tip Top? to wield a heavy bat.
The entire team took kindly to the
offerings of the variou? Baltimore
pitchers that decorated the landscape.
Ki ?-?er Wilhelm, who ?lates time from
the afternoon be nosed out Leon Ame.
in a crtain thrilling thirteen inning
struggle on the Polo Grounds; Pete
< onley, who never ros? to th? dignity
of tha big leagues, ?nd ??mnt. a well
? meaning;, deserving youngster, wer?
looked upon with favor by the visitors
Wilhelm wp.s first to face the music
but he was by far piuckier than ef?
fective. His motion ?vas the last wonl
?n art. but his delivery was much in
the nature of a joke. Try as he would,
Wilhelm could get nothing more on the
ball than his glove. He <iuit after foul
innings and Conley lasted only three.
? The score folio v ? :
?KlaYN r. L BALTIMORB P. I.
?i? ?h po ae ab i
lAn'aeo.lf ."? -' .? i oo Dunean.cf.. ">'>') 3 0'i
Mvers.H ? . . I II Msrcer.rf.., -'10 1 Ofl
f. *. - 1 J .?') Zinn. If ... 4 00 3 0 1
?i ?) -?.... ii: ?. lb 4 >i : | io
H .li-ii.-.' j .? ?) i : ?I Walsh, Ib., ?t - ". i "
Weill.lb S 1 ft 0 I 0 K , ? 113 1
(Vnler.ai 3 114 4' I , Ini. as... ?"I ?> 30
l._ii.|.? . I 1 1 S II Jaclcllu? b.c 3 " ? '
rinran D 4 0 1 ? 1 0 Wilhelm p. too 0 II?
.ley, p.. 1 I I
Yount. p.. . 0 00 0 0 0
.(;... ? ?, .1.1
* I toucher .. 10??
.. -.*? II li :: IS ! T.nal?. ..33 I ? ?J 13 I
?Batted I'?? ? inning:
.-H.ttte.l for V?.?iivt in nintli inning.
Uri.i.U ?. . ? (I I ? _l il (I II ?i I 1
Hal'lmoie .01 100 " '? O 0? 'J
Inders?! K'.???s ?; | ?
lllei I'l??.'?. ?a?, lut Evans. Stolen baro-s
Myers, 'iix?!>r. '.'? 'esterzii. ?Doubl? playi
Hoffman Tsunl
i?, liolau ?i Bw?eln? Bases on balls
?uff Wilhelm, .': ??: ?'onle>.
Voi'ii?. l, ..ff rinnen :t sm v,,-\i out B
Wilhelm I !.. CooUy, 1. l.y Yount. *.'; by
Flnneren, - I'aaseii balls?Jscklitsch,
I..uni l.ef: ? ? . '. ,1? Imol -. V B
<*li>- i?ae?> ..n error?- -Balttmors, 1;
?.K.vn. i. T.n:- 1:15, I'mphres .\?. ?
I Qoeckel. Ati?ndanos 1,500
CUT PRICES FOR
BROOKLYN FANS
Twenty-five Cent Baseball
Now at the Home of
the Tip Tops. t
-,? -f^
WARD SAYS SEATS
HAVE BEEN TOO HI?H
Glad to Abolish (he "Barbarous
Bleachers" and Put a Roof
Over Everybody.
Robert B. Ward, president of ???
i Brooklyn Federal League Club, an.
nouneed last night thnt beginning witr|
! the game to-morrow between the Ti?>
Tops nnd Buffalo there will be m gen.
oral reduction of prices ?t Washington
I'ark.
The sun bleacher? have been done
away ?ifh. and the fan who former!;
patronised thcie seats will get a c'.iai
in a section of the grandstand for hi
_5 cent?. The remainder of the stadtuir
excepting the two front rows, will b
| GO cent ?.
"Baseball prices are too high," sai
Mr. Ward, in commenting on the reduc?
tion "There are many persons wh
would like to ?o to the ball park int
watch a garre from a good seat, hit
cannot afford to do it and therefor?
stay away.
"?Ve receive daiiy ?cores of lette:
:e!ling us this. There is the ?ame eon
plaint. I am to!d. all over the countr
Ksnecinllv i? ?tilia true where there
such a depression this year in indu
tiial centres. The people, Hov.ever, wa I
entertainment ind are willing to p:
for it if they can afford :o.
"The moving pictures .lave shown
that there is a demand, but only at po
ular prices. Almost all of the big th
Ulrica! producers have seen the hg
and are catering to those who patro
i; e the pictur?' palaces. I think it
t-.me for the baseball magnate to c<ji
sider the fan's poeketbook, too. and ti
Brooklyn club proposes to do so t
once.
"The Philadelphia Athletics and ?tile
Boato? Bed Son play "..5-cent ball,' and
there's no reason why the Tip Tops
Ci.n't. Also, we shall abolish those bar?
barous bleachers. '! he man who can
afford to spend only V'.'i cents t..r hi?
baseball will lie as comfortably shielJBi
from the sun a? his more fortunate
btother in the higher priced H
"I do not believe in this policj ?f
'the public be damned.' I am t? '.er
ni'ne.I to "ive the people of Br.? lyn
good baseball and at prices that ?? II (It
' their poeketbooks.''
SKEETERS ON THE JUMP
Outplay Montreal Throng lout
and Win Game fiasilj.
The Skeete;-s defeated Montreal by-a
.?.core of ?i to '2 at Jcr-jcy City yester?
day.
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