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Superbas Hang to Heels of Phillies, Giants Wake Up,
but Yankees Are Idle
So Giants Win Easily
Herzog Dispenses with Irish Aid
Until VicQraws Men Have
Piled Up Winning Lead, and
Then It's Too Late.
By JEROME BEATTY.
Tho trouble was that Karl Von Herzog, manager of the Cincinnati
? McCluskey *.::itil the eighth inning. So the Giants
at the Polo Grounds yesterday by th?- ridiculous score of 7 to 0,
Had McGraw had ;. McCluskey among his twenty-one he wouldn't
have ' about him. Nol until lu* had forgotten about Doyle or
Dooin or Kelly or St. Patrick. Day or the Benny KauiT incident
travelling around with Mollwiti and (?roh and Wapner
;nd others of Garry Herrmann's hired hands, naturally would be inclined
'?? neglect McCluskey.
rday's game Herzog mentioned modestly that he d.tln't
have a ? 1er on his payroll. He had overlooked McCluskey.
it was at tin ?f the eighth that Herzog realized thai Herr?
mann's Germai beaten back. He looked over the bench and
riete?! there a strange fare and cried out in astonishment.
? v, - n ?r -. ou " ' ask d H< rzog.
??i'"' Mel ; ki -.." i
tery of Mi i i ?in, the '
demons of the warm-up ;
McCluakcy did. He took up
gam? ?? re K _ Lear had left it
1. tin i si
V. oui Wei ell. ninch
tina, eau. Had
x runs insten;
B ( ron v ;is ?
? fans I"
??T'io-.v .111 do
murmured with .
< hit f
ng in Fi
mil sighed for
,'t tit in very well arm
"Mel n." He wan
ail Mct'luskej ? t. Two ?1
had caught Me? lui ? in nr
i roken that the inartistic Hei
?iroken up such ;i ?
d tu i n of ce i" Her
The (liants were I
s rever better whil? K
probably was never worse. Thi
whj ? Iheir los
It looked like I I ?ncinni
Sew York . ins gun?
i he i liants were m inn
I he Reds had liepun to
ti ?i eockal thought tl
could win from anybody under ?
: ? ? .- . *"t I.ear
? d r una had b?
' 'il hi t<
.' i ? ?
-ti1! Herzog made
A double pla.-. econd a
of holes. In the second, Bur
ngl? ? ! a. foul *h
W ngo caught near the screen back
ng to cal
Wingo i.-!.'!.. da hed for second aft
Loben th with
Lob? ? m a double steal. Bur
J !i?* tO sen
r's el i ?
!'? i! w I
in tl s th t'
__ hi ? * ' "?r*****4? _a
Thanks to Jeff
NEW YORK 'N. L.) CINCINNATI ?N. I.),
ab r h pe. ,s ? lb r h po a f
Burns. I? . 7 I I .1 0 0 f.rch. 3b . 4 0 I ? I 0
Kot.rrtson.rf. 4 1 2 I 0 0 Herioc. ?? 4 0 2 I 4 (I
1 ?? . I. 2h .. 4 2 2 0 I 0 WIMl-n.s II 4 u I 4 10
Fletr*>er. ts !l I I 5 (I Kllllfcr. ft 4 00 0 0 0
s ,(.20 14 0 1? llrlMhs. rt 400 2 00
Keils lb .1 0 0 10 0 0 Wing,, r . 3S0 ,20
L 01,. rt. (b .4 12 2 II 0 Wa|n(r. 2b ?00 2 4 1
Doom ? 10 1 j 0 1 Mollwit-, Hi . 1 0 I III 0 0
Wrndrll r I " II I 0 0 L? ar. p 2 11 0 0 : I,
Tcrr.iu. p .4 00 0 JO'Rodgrrs '(?0 0 0 0
McCluskey, p. 0 0 0 0 0 0
Total? ..1071027 SI Totil? .120524141
?Batted for Lrir la ?he eighth Inning.
New York 4 0 0 10 0 2 0 X?7
Cir. Innati 0 0 II 0 0 0 0 (I (>???
T?*o-bi?e htta?Fletcher. Mollwit.-. Stolen bases
? Lohert, Burns Earned runs?Nrs. Y?tk. 5.
Sa rifle? fllrs?MrrVlr. Krlh. Double pl.i.s ?
Wingo ind H.r.-o-; Hrr/og Wagnrr and Moll
? . left on bises?New York. :,. Cincinnati. 5.
Fini base on rrror ? New York I, Discs on balls
?OS Lear. 3. Hits?01? Lear. 10 In 7 Irnlnga
o? McCluske,. none In I Inning. Hit by pllclur
? By Lear i Fletcher). Struck out? By Trsrrau, 4.
li. MrCLiskey. 2. Umpires?Byron and Eason.
PHILLIES IN RACE
BY HIS HOME RUN
Drive for Circuit in the
Philadelphia. Aug. 20. A home-run
drive by Bancroft in the eleventh m
i.ing gave Phil delph is s 4-to-3 victory
over Pittsburgh to-day.
Rixey, who started the game for the
? Phillies, was hit much harder than
? r and was taken out m the eighth
inning after Pittsburgh had tied the
Alexand? 1 did grand work a.- a rc.-cue
Bancroft ai.,i Vios starred at the hat,
j a pa- to the plate.
1 'I he -core follow-;
ll'.l! ,\ I,...
I) I 4
t an.l Lud
II flff H
BRAVES MAKE THEIR
FOUR HITS COUNT
Triple by Magee and Schmidt's
Single Score Lone Run That
Beats the Cardinals.
ton, Aug. 20. Two ,
? - single in the
i ounted ? he only run
Hughes had the 1 tors in hand a'
? 1 0
-. ? 1
, . i
MARSAiMS ORDER STANDS
Reda Can't Get Modification
of Decision and Appeal.
day, and Marcan? will
play w I'll the St. I.? I :',.r
.-.? Dj ?r granted an app?,.: ?
Joe Judge Will Try Again.
\ Vote- 1',;
? "I th '"'in the D ?
th.- al K d .ini- ?son, . :
BISIBAIL Pol? ?.nun?*?. T?-d?>, IP. M. i
Ola.. IS ?1 61 -.(jLlS.-aUiO.
WHITE SOX BUY JACKSON
Comiikey Pays $15,000 for
ii ..?. i
i 'le\ i ' nd, I ?.
with ? bid ??!' 115.1 00 mid taroe '"l!
i Inyen . the Chi? Soi to
pun haeed Joe J om the
? h hal plat ?
Sunday or Monday before Con
and Somera, the
II.'''' ? '
The deal wa do ? ?> bj Harr) G rab?
.? SOX, 'S ho
? u poae.
.i r and Jafcl
tor Chi? ago, and Joe will break into
the line-up ?with ins new mat.
sale of Jackson to Chicai
lowed m unsuccessful effort >>y the
Washington ? lub i" necui?? Ihe
nd to have
v.as turne i don n be? only
player he was willing to part with was
A ?:-::. i,in\ under suspension for i
?o keep in condition,
YEDN0 SETS* NEW MARK
Daly Pacer Steps Fast Mile on
Moni real. Aug. 20. Yeilno. owned by
V. J. Daly, Peterboro, Ont?, ? ?tablished
new Canadian record for a compet?
? on mile in the grand circuit races at
Dorval Track to-day by stepping the
!:08 pacing conti
L*:?1'."'.'. She had won the two pr?
with comparal ive eaet.
Peter Scott won the lirai ?vint, the
King George $5,000 stakes, 2:08 trot,
to straight bes! tira? '
Lixzie Brown won the 2:10 trot, five
heats being required to decid?
SENATORS HAVE BIG DAY
Overwhelm Cleveland After
Brenton Blows Up.
Cleveland, Aug. 20. Oi ly one Cleve?
land player reached econd base to?
day, and Wash ngton had no trouble
deft ating Clt \ eland by a ore e
The . o vs :
u ??Sir l> iN ? \ la.1 ClaKVt* l.W'l' ' \ f..>
: '??i ' abrl
a 1010 2 0
10 2 1*1
? ? .
' 1 1 " " K ? - *?
? i 4 no
\i '. . :: ?! 0 I ;0 \\"i S S SI
?. i 1 n 'i i i. ? . \. i i .
i : p- I
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RED SOX FINALLY
DEFEAT WHITE SOX
Hen/ Driven from Mound in Ihe
First Inning Hoblit/el Hits
for Three Hasts.
Chicago, Aug. 20. The Red Sox de?
feated the White Box to day by ?
of i to l.
The visitors drove Hen/, from the
mound in the first inning, sine ?
Scott. Speaker snd ! ? ng his
departure from the game. One run had
scored. Gardner then doubled ofl
sell ai d two more Red Sox tallied. This
the home team waa unal
Hoblitzel's triple m the seventh inn
? d l>\ a a ?Id pitch, gave Bo
The score follows:
. \. Li. I CHICAGO IA. I. '.
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?I. . I
, ? I I. I
10 1 I " "
101 4 0 0
11 12 "
'' . : . I? " 1 0 0?4
i . - V, ?ai, ? I. ?
:? liar'v iKiUlill W'ram
i ? - i rii
lilla "'? ' li
K Pi II ill
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NEWARK GETS SEAT0N
Ganze! Trades Cowboy Tom
for Cy Falkenbcrg.
the T il 1 opa, t ? ' ? offl
i nil tei lav, when tu
i'.iw!' iton to tht- Newark club
for i \ Kalkt nb? : g. tching
arm. w I
i ?ry on t ht I
i'.i1' ? I for New
| nvk, ' ? ?'.! an unreliable
rip I OP uriif"! n
Two Games in a Row
for Kansas City Feds
ro m a
n n v
Fine Programme at
? . tr.u-k.
' v omen in the
in a real
... ... . .
-. I W.x.-ilnslon P?rk ; Okain I <0 P. M
They Thrilled Brooklyn Fans
Red Murray, who main- some ?pec
IVIISS GALLIGAN ~~
IN THE WATER
Captures the 100 and 440
Yard Races in Big Car?
nival at Keansburg.
The fair mermaid? of the National
Women' Life Saving League were the
chief attraction si the annual set of
water sports held yesterday at Keans
burg, -V ?'.. under the auspices of the?
? Their performance-; compared favor?
ably with those of the men conipetit
though several of the crack local
performei - a ere ?>n hand.
The feature, of the meet was the
swimming of Miss Clare Galligsn, of
New Rochelle, s new recruit to the
leaf-ue She rapture?! both the 100 an?!
?Un yard rices m decisive manner, us?
ing a smooth, rhythmc trudgeon-crawl
While .. favoring tule prevented an
accurate estimate of h?'r speed, it is
Ity that she coj -
ered the quarter-mile course within
twenty-five seconds of the time made
by the victor in the men's event at the
distal ly, though, Miss Lucy
an outswsi M Gsll ?
she conceded a 12 second handicap and
finished abo ?nds behind her.
Miss Helen Peitler, a newcomer mi the
.?nil the 30
i ? , fancy diving contest, for wom?
en, demom trat? ?I once more the marked
? uperiorit* i ne Bartlett,
? he league chami all rivals In
the metropolitan district The scoring
of the ?i -iieiir Athletic Union
enforced foi the 'ii il timi
she defeated her I eld by an overwhelm?
ing margin, in spite of granting lib? ral
,,|, . She !" tailed 180.50 ?".m! -.
av against 152 garnered bj Miss ran nie
Williams and 147.40 by M Da
Two sets of e.e?i's were held for
men; ene.under A. A. t'. supervision,
In the former .John Curran, of the
New York Athletic Club, an?! Alexander
J, Palenessr, of the Hungarian-Ameri?
can Athlel ? il m, were ?he in
dividual stars. ? urran won the 221
yard swim and took third in the 100
yard dash. Palenesar captured the it1'
yard handicap, an?! was placed f?cond
in the century swim.
sammarii ? follow:
a a v eventb roa ?IN.
? !! Nllt'li.
I , I
, ! John
\ , . ?
i s i l i i ? i- i ,.i; \- ? ??
i a i. i
. ? ,
li.'- . KKSIIil \T
, I ? s
, \| -a
. j ?4
buck Wheat, who drove in the winning run for Brooki>n in the tenth with
IN ELGIN RACE
Cooper and Anderson
Show Way to Oldfield at
301 Miles on the Road.
Elgin, HI., Aug. 'J,i. The Chicago Au
tomobile Club trophy, for which nine
drivers entered, over the Elgin course,
was won to-day by liar! Cooper. The
time, 4:01:32, for the SOI miles estab?
lished a !,? w record fur the course.
Cooper, who drove a Stutz car, aver?
aged 74.97 miles an hour. Anderson, his
lean mate, finished m second place,
three and a half minutes later, averag?
ing 71 n.".. Third came Barney Oldfield,
in a I>(!aire, who averaged 72.48. Alley
and O'Donnell were the only others to
De l'aima was the favorite at the
Start and held the lead f'?r the fust
fifty miles,, when he broke n rocker
arm. He laid up si the pit for more
than an hour while the part was being
? irted again] although
.,! the pur?
suit '?'? s 'i ' dropped -
save '? race '?i moi ro v.
I??- Palma'? mishap l< ? ce be?
tween ? oopi r and A ?.-!( r.-on. Th
? a few minutes
safe lead when A
trifle ' Oldfield Irove
li ' - ? drew
into third posit
the threat of rain a larger crowd thin
was expected lin? ourse.
non ,,?a- fouit .re expect
? Elgin national trophy
day, but I
! will I,.- irhtly.
cord, 73.5 mil?
car by De I
New England League Results.
Southern Association Results.
WIN 9 STRAIGHT
Bill James Fools White
Elephants as if They
Detroit. Au?r. 20. Detroit continued
its unbroken string of to-day,
making it nine straight, with an 11 to
l victory over Philadelphia.
Breaaler went to pieees in the third
inrnn?;, giving live liases on balls and
allowing two hits. Three of the ?
and one of the hits came with the
bases tilled, nettini* the Tii*ers five
Hill James, recently purchased from
St. Louis, pitched a tine ?came for the
Cobb and Crawford attempted a
double steul in the seventh. McAvoy's
throw retired Crawford at second, and
Kopfs lightning relay to the plate
CSUght Cobb, who tried to score from
The score follow |
DETROIT i.\. Wa, ? PHILA. .A. I?>.
Vitr. lb_6 1-1 I :
10 1 110
; ' '
. . | .. i ,. | u
i ' ! ?
American Association Results.
State League Results.
- II Inn i
Colonial League Results.
I ???__???? ? ' ' ???_?_??____aa?
Results of Games in Three Leagues
and Standing of the Battling Teams
i ? * ' ?i i
NATION \l. LEAGUE.
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( i.n ill il Rim.kl) 'i ? me
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( lu? ai I , ! 1; ' i i ?IlS'.i.
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??hilad. Iphia i : ? * 11 ? -1 ? ?. r u 11. I (11 m -
\ \ I I.IN \l II M.I 1*1 \M?|S(a.
wir? is i i- ?
l i,,i., mi- ?I ? 9emiem ?i
Hr.Mikl>n '?" ".I '*' **?" "??"?'> ?' ?? IB?
, i ?? 1 ,,,
l'lllili rgli.oo AS .jUU liuiiuuali.jl SS III
A Ml. Kit. AN LEAGUE.
't.ruta :<> i>\v.
N?-H York :ll I lo '
lin?I.,11 .il -I I "??I?
1 ml ? ? i i' i lev-land.
M aa-tegtoa .it Detroit.
Ki ??! i i> ? I (.1*11- YEMTl in? *.*,
i; . i. i ?
lletroil ill i,.i.?.l.-l|ilii.i I
\\..-liii^|..?i X; I I- ? ' u..I n
V ? 1 or?? ? ?. -i. I awl* ii mi,.
.".fl.l'l' ?N I i M.I E -I \M?IM.
Wll? U I , r I
H...I..II '.n ? I N>-? \iirk ,1 M -,,hi
Peiniii ? ? ' ? '? ??? land i : i -
? i., ?a '?'? i <? '?'*" ft I ".??? il SU t:?.
H'aao.*ta_~M ?4 ?u I I'biU..3t H su
(. Utl I K?-I?\Y.
M. I.oiiis at lironkiiii iii?"
I'll i .luii i-li .1 S.-ii.ir!..
Is iBaaa < f n H i'"in?.re , Ian),
? in, .i?;,, i.i BaSTala (two).
' I I I- .11 .. Mil - li I -I I 1. n w.
Brooklyn, Is M. I oak?, I.
unir .i... i : < I?,?.,.',,. :?.
ata?as? lily. S? BaltisBasre. I.
I I l?l KAI II \<
Mr. I i ?
v.u.irk. i.l i* run
Piltab'rBh SO is ","...
? Mrofo n; "?.i ..'..-. i
hau. Cits..?- 50 JM
.1 1 -I \M'!N(.
?I I . I* ?
-i l ...n? M ?'..' ."..::
Buffalo. M m . 17?
Brooklyn...A I M .441
Caliiuiure S'J || .'In
Wheat" sTriple Saves
Day for the Superbas
Joy in Fiatbush
GROOKIVN (N. L.) CHICAGO ?N. L.)
ah r h pn a ? lb r liaa li
Myara. el 4 2 2 0 0 0 Hood, rt 5 2 2 2 0 0
ri Mira 14.. 0 10 0 ?i ?l li.'irr. a. SI 2 I 4 0
Olnn. aa 2 0 I 1 2 I S ??H?, If 40 12 00
Diubsrt, lb .12 110 OQ ''?a?. 2b S 0 2 2 10
Wh??t. If 4 12 2 0 0 Sal.r. II) J 0 I I I 10
? u ?liai?. 2b 4 0 1 ti O ? Murray, cf. 3 I I S 0 0
'icniil rf 4 00 I 10 "."Un. lb II 0 2 10
i. / lb 4 0 0 13 0 Br?,h??. c 3 0 2 2 10
MiCirry. e 4 ?; 0 7 i 'J ?ab?l. ? .200011
IJougia?, p 2 O 0 I) Ol? 'William? 10 I 0 00
I i i ii 0 0 Lavender. ? I 0 0 I 2 0
?S Mill/ 10 0 0 0 0
Smith, a I 0 0 0 2 0 ?
Tatal-a 33 6 7 30 15 I TaUla 37 5 12128 13 I
?BatUd for Odl In tha ?rventh Innlnj. 'Oattatl
1er 1*1, I In In? a-y?nth Innlnf. (Ona a-ul vaha?
wlnnli.g run aaaa .ror-it.
ilr'H)ki,,i I I 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2?4
i i o o i o i o o i?)
Twa-hua MIS Fteftar. William?. Thrra-bata hita
?ilinm?rman, Olaon. Whaa*. Stolan b.,??v?f.ood
(1), ilmmwnan. Murr??. Cutahaw. tarii?d runa?
Chleaao. 4 i Brooklyn. 5. SacrlAc? hita?Olton.
Uaubrrt. Uouble playi?Curada?? and D au birr I It),
Lrft en hat a?Chic?|o I; Brorai.n 6. Flrat bata
on rrror?Chlrarjo, I. B??-a ?n balii?OS Ooimiaa.
I: off Zabtl. 2: at! Smith. 3: til Lavanitrr 2.
hi:??on Uou.ut. a I? 42-3 innimi on u-ii 2
In 2 1-3 Inning?, on Smith. 2 In I Inning? on
Zabtl. 4 In 6 Innlrg,. on Lav<rnd*r. 1 In I 1-3 In?.
Inga. Hit by pitch??-?By lavender (M>?r?i. Struck
ou. -By OoiigU?. 2: by Zabtl. 2: by Smltli I.
Wild pllrh?Orll. Umpire?? Rlglcr and Co.kill.
TO CHECK TIP
Brooklyn Team Pounds
3 Pitchers of St. Louis
Feds and Wins Easily.
Arman?!') Marsens, with the weight
1 of an injunction lifted from his shoul?
ders, played e sparkling cesse for the
St. I.ouis Fielders aftainat the l?roolv
Iyn Tip Top- st Washington Park yes
terday. The Tip Tops, however, cap?
tured the second conte.-t of the series
by a acore of s> to 1. Maraana nrraa in
centre field ami pulled down three
The Tip Tops r-njoyed a letting bee
;it the expense of three St. I.ouis Field
iga wi re p?.unded all
?ver th*- field lor fifteen safetiea. Every
I layer on the Brooklyn team got a hit,
while Benny KauiT and l'y Helfrich
"fathered three each. Grover-Hertleyi
the St. Louis catcher, had a hard time
?? base stealing n-ndenciej
ropa, who stole live, includ?
ing ;i double ?teal of home.
Don Mai on worked in effective fash
inn sgainst the Fielders, holding them
to seven scattered hits.
The -coi?- follows:
BR< ? IK U\ S r. i. - r. I>_>i Is 'i' i.
ibr h ?o? " ab t *
anderaon.rf S 1 3 190 Tobin, rf.. 4 ?? l 101
Helfrich, 2b l ! 1 0 : " .Vaughn. Ib. ' 0
i , i.I'.t. If.. 1 "l :? 1 " Miller. If. ji ?'? 1 1 " 'i
Kauft rf... 4 ! .1 !0 it ?
V i ?- li... 4411320 ft rton lb.. 4 " I 11 0 o
- 'I K.-. lb... 4 il 1 1 4 ?I
th. aa 401 : i . Hartler.
.... 4 l 1 4 1" Jnhnaon, v?. i ?>" I ! I
p.. 4 11 13" WaU -.. i I ' ' "1 ?
? lall, p. 201 ooo
|\VHI''tt. p... 2 00 "3 1
l*?Jri.lwell. .. 100
. 37 1 7 2lli 4
:'? Hi?. : l'llll llllllllj.
. e 4 i t o l ? s a?s
. 0 .1 1 . I "
i ? ? B
l.a-.' hll ?i\. ?'? *?
? \i- Klrat ??# Lo??, 1.
lt?.-.k?v i Kauft Ha
Bort ? . M?rsa:i? ami,
- M .?? ..?? I ran
I ais.li. 1: "IT Wlllett. 1. srru.k out Bj Ma
: i.? Wilier?, - m ' pit? '" !'?? ? ? ? '
? ?A - ' ran Uli.
? ' ?
Tim- : ? '
without a frill
Skccters and Harrisburg Play
on Field Where Real s
York, Penn., Aug. 20.?Jersey City
defeated Harrisburg to-day by a scoro
of 10 to 3. The gaine was played hire
[ as a "Moose Day" feature. The tie!d
was an open lot, with the diamond
roped off. The attendance was 2,500
Harrisburg put up an erratic field?
Thorpe's .sensational fielding and
hitting, Harry's hitting and Trues
brilliant w-oik ut second were
The score follows:
JERSETCITT ?!!..> i H a l : 1:1 s i. i i : ? ; (I.*_).
- " Mnnl. U
' ' '
ift, lb .. i
: l . .
f 01 0 o i o ?He. klnaer.. i :
' .u*. k In Hi? un,-I,
T ? .
m a .
Providence, 10; Richmond, 9.
l n n o :i n o
i o e i s i
Toronto Shuts Out Buffalo.
I? I - 11 II V
1 0 0 0 ?> i) 0 0 0 1 4
, ? i) 0 il o o o o o o
r; Ha,Irr ar..l ?
Rochester, 4; Montreal, 1.
m u n ?
.. o i o o i o i l a?4
0 0 0 0 0 0 1
. I!. - :. || 1 *.\ ..'i... !
Standing of Clubs
in the International
Seommx t it ? al HantaSaia
Proi hi' in <? if Kiiiiiiiiind
I iiri.nl.i ut llnfl il., (two),
M.mlr--.,! :,i Ki>< ha-?(rr.
K1MI Is 01 I.VMI-- *ii>ii:kdvv.
femmes ritjr, h?. Hfriabeig, .i.
I .rmi ... I : 1:11 n i? 1 ? a. n.
K.i. li.-t.r. I. ?I..ntr.j|. I.
Providence, i??; KlrkaMod, i?.
-I WHIM. Dfr I ! WI?
*?*. I . P.C.. W. I . I' < .
Prnvld'e .n :c ?;.',i Toroata . hi H .|?>
lf.iiIT.?!.. ?1 IS .'iol K". Ii'lrr I? 17 I:,-,
??l.iiilrrul.">i> .*,1 MS Un I,in.I. til ?| 1.1,,
llar'?b'|...M || .4M Jar.? ( ll> .40 ?if .SOS
Mighty Smash That Spells
Defeat for Cubs Comes
in Tenth Inning.
BROOKLYN FANS GO
WILD WITH JOY
Jack Murray ?Wakes Wonderful
Catches five Pitchers Take
Part in Battle.
Teutonic ' "*" sal
the bafliag ?
hall W' re "?> come by ?'. let Wh?-.-, ?
American Indian, a? K ??- I *ld y?-.
Buck hit the centre 'I f-ne?, -htk
two men on boat 'tnis?
P game w - ? ? '? i ,,-n f^
an?! Br< - ? ,~"
In th" r,, oi ds the ? '?corded
as a triple, for ? ,??nt^
the rut her ril rsa jan
as Buck round? bsj- ?.?,,
cold type i.n'l all thst msy be written
here Will r.t-v.-r full; ?'-? Vl|'
joy of the Bn - and th?
Brooklyn team crashise
drive rang out on th" twi ght sir. T?
the Cubs it boo -?ek sf
doom. To Brooklyn it ?"ant tks
?mancipation fr' of jt.
4eat and disapp?
It will rank a I BOUS clout!
of baseball fiction. - IBS wers
needed to win the .- ?-? Tt,
one man out. and on t'-e bij* black
scoreboard :n th? ' "w, of
Philadelphia's victoi P.rate?
lad Just i' - - --thing
had to he ? . ?t H?
hit the ball flush on I ? ,;rk and
'"?Id '"' It wai be?
yond human pow, :? ? . ? ? the hi?.
. f Ja?
Murray who hs ? nptt.
hum.? :-,d th?
runn, -,r. fan
dora lost its r- ? ate stall
rectly re?p. ? ? of hi,
team. He plsnned <
ning which was I i - Wh?-t
came up to the pial I *r?m?
H y ?Myers was 01 and Dsu
hert on t sst 1' i i ?id?
of the plate. int( W'n*?t
and take a ehsi ' T*?)
balls were pitched when / nmenus
.? r. if
you do you'll put ti | run ?n
second I,,,-,-, and
"You're in, and
cpped back - Laveaasi
curled the next : Wheat
? ! I But the i nsont
the i late, . u?d it.
He swung and I | drive far?
Hy My? i i ?top?
ping the ball wh.-r, t hart
bin much, and M 01
- sacrifice bunt, I inf.eld
?ingle put him or. tl ? ?. csm?
Jack Murray, for lome rcasoa or
other, was allos I I by th?
Giants. Twas - sd John ??
day his red thai l'?j mi
the Cuba i ? Jaci'<
msrvellous i hsr?
had two home rui I th?
struggle and I
I,eon neci -- ir ?n the third inn
?i.g Buck nit 0 centre,
shooting si ?:?' ??s*?
as ; .ver he ra'
at the la-'
the ball down.
So grea? eras ' ipeed at the
moment of the SO great th?
impact that he t
until he stopp?- . from
the fence. Th.
cheer the ?:
hail one of the
.Iu?t two inn
smashed the be
!iel?i fence, and S
crimson ert it rsn s ' nine
to ge' it. "M : '?" 'I1'*
?liants may SB] -choc*:
"Gel finish? d, J bed."
The Cubs i to Hrooklyn
for the seal 'hey wll bs "*?
membereii b *n thoussnd
fans who saw this gripping battle "'
the diamond afternoon.
Brooklyn ,: the !?*sdIsj
the start of the game, hitting th? bail
on the nose and mal ???rao-i
strations, but while two pitchers PB '
Pouglas and Whei tel fell "
grace, '.he Cubs dro ?J t''1'
the score in the se
Run after run. or BO, th*?
scored. There -.' ? iXSSt*
in the -"*'' ?
and in the tenth, w
m the box, they ' " y *?**??'
took ?he h i?Wr*
mounUble, and ':l! "?M
ou* ho] f ...
he i" - "T of
then ?? WB0
?h- ball for a d<
the !,?(>,<. He ' '? **'
The Superbas ha?! a
when ' "* **
,../... - strs
- frame h?> ?'? tn*
a mad ds h for th rd ""
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