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THE SUN, TUESDAY, AUGUST 12, 1913.
Maisel Breaks In and Helps Caldwell Trim Browns-Syracuse Beats Junketing Giants.
HAS BROWNS ON RUN
They (let Only Throe Hits Off
Him and Xcw Yorks Win
hy (5 to 2 Score'
MAISEL HAS CONFIDENCE
31nl.es No Hits, hut Slaps Hull
Html anil Evccutcs Several j
(loot! l;ieltlinr l'lav.
The Athletics by ilofeutlnR the hlto
Sov yostcid.i., whllo tln WashltiKtons
again wore tukliiK tin- inenstiie of tin
Cievel.itids, increased their lead ti) nine
Knnics. The New Yorks won nnntlnr
fr.itnu from tho St. lamia Hrimns mid the
Detroit tiouiiri'd tliu Huston Ited Six.
Nsn- York. !: St. LmiK :.
Philadelphia, . , CIiU.iko. 5.
C "lei el illij. If W.i Ml II. i -ell, 1
Dei roll, t , llostnn, 2
Detailed lull Mnndlnaa.
Kt. I.nuln In Nw York.
Clllc.isn In l'hllailrlpliln
Cluelund In Yalilni;tn.
The recniiMrueteil Now Yoiks nealn
whlipcd the .St. I.mils HniMriH at the IVIo
OroundH yesterday, the IlKiircH stnndlriK f
to 2. ay CaUlwrll hflil the Missoui lans j
in 4 a I ,
SlB,- J -:
ifs? ?.m-t s ; & ii
i. C v s. u C 1
Ph!Idelririli. li) It 1 V V-,11 IS, 72 33 I M (
CITUnil 6 , 1(11 I2'I0 II 10 4:ii,no.V,
Wathlnrlon 0. II' " ' 4' I
Chlcifa, ... 1 s i s (7 "kT ,M
f n "t 4 ,"! It A W "m.".4I ,
Dftrolt t t sr i fl'' 4fiTto".7?
t. Louii... . 1 .' si": t io " 43 'Tbi ii
! I -II- - -
Maw York.. . 1 el V e J 7 3.1 1 J47
mm Low.. 3,i 'm m'cj en eiij' 1 . j
in inree iiii.m, nne a lour n.igcii- by I'r.itt
0 In the first limine .mother a tnlsjurigrd
fly In the llftti that ylclili-.l two l.ascx ami
n lnBlo iti the seventh, t'nlihrell had
wpced, t'haiiKu of pace, omitrol and the
v rleht kind of hand. After a wild pitch
had produced the vIsltorN' sivond run In
tho third lntiliiK. Caldwell wan invinollile.
Irfvercnz, a southpaw, started In the hox
for Kt. Louis, hut he wont to pieces In the
second round and was ilerrlckcd In faor
Neurly 5,000 fans turned out, ovidentlv
curious o see Fritz Slalsi l. the Baltimore
third baseman for whom the New Yorks
paid i 12.000 In cash, with players Daniels
and Midkiff thrown In. The unKter,
who Rreatly resembles the onre famous
Kid Klbtrfeld. wasn't a bit llustered. In
fact he convinced many sharp observers
that no mistake was made in buying his
release. Though Jlalsel didn't make a
safe hit In three times up, he was put out
in the first Inning only after sending a
corking- Hue drive to Johnston. He se
cured a pass In the seventh Inning, after
Cook had tripled, and stole second. Then
ma Cree singled" to centre Maisel showed
a burst of great sprinting and scored be
hind Cook on a long slide across the
r'ate. In the field Maisel caught a fly
und threw out two men, his 1 unplug
pickup of Austin's bunt and a lightntng
heave to Hal Williams being one of the
utar plays. Malsel's ctror was a wild
throw of Stovall's slow bounder In tho
ninth, but It cost nothing.
The New Yorks played good and bail
baseball. There was .1 base lunnln-;
mlxup In the first Inning. In which Cook
and Cree were Involved that result) il In
the former's extinction. When Shotton
Btole second in the third Inning nobody
covered the bag to take Sweeney's throw.
But when I'ratt In the sixth peilod made
n dash for the second station l'ecklnp.nigh
nnd Knleht, both trying to catch Sweeney's
hurl, collided and fell on the b.ig, I'r.itt
nrrlvlng there In safety, Cree misjudged
in easy fly because the sun blazed In his
cye. Knight missed an easy grounder
and recklnpaugh In tiylng for a double
play threw wildly past llrst hasp.
These mistakes, however, were forgotten
when tho New Yorks finished on top.
Chance, was on the coaching lints again
nnd kept his players cm tiptoe all the way.
The Texans, Cook nnd Hnl Williams, weie
factors, the former getting T three bagger
when Johnston lost his solid drive in old
Sol's rays, whllo Williams rcreived tno
liases on balls, made a single and coveted
firat base brilliantly. Il.ilentl, the Indian
.tdiortstop, ttook rare of several illttlcult
plays, and so did Second Haseman 1'ratt.
Two were out In the first peilod when
.Pratt lined the ball Into the left Meld
lileachora for tho circuit. Cook Has hit
on the leg as n starter In New York's half
and Maisel, who was loudly applauded,
lined to Johnston. Ciee's single put Cook
n second, and when Ievercnz let go x
nhort wild pitch Cook hesitated between
necond and third. A runup followed In
which tho ball was handled by five men,
he result being Cook's out at the middle
htK, which Cree quickly appropriated be.
Core he could 1ms touched. Johnston then
made a fine catch of llartzcll's long wal
lop. Cnldwell's whip was In splendid work
Inn order In the second Inning, the
Browns going out In rapid order. The
New -Yorks, In their turn, roiled up three
runs, enough to win. recklnpaugh be.
iran the period with a sharp base hit to
left, and Knight rolled to Mtovall, whose
throw to liulfiiti for n force was too
late to get recklnpaugh. Hal Williams
looked dangerous, nnd I.cverenz walked
him, tilling tho bases. Sweeney nlso re
ceived 11 free ticket, and Pecklnpaugh,
forced home, tied tho score. Caldwell,
whose batting helped wonderfully,
dropped a single Just nut of Stovall's
reach and Knight ran home,
Tiaumgardner wag called to the box at
this Juncture, nnd Cook hit Into a double
play. Hal Williams crossing the pan. .Mai
ne! belted a hot one to llaumgardner,
who threw him out, After Ciee hud
caught 11 fierce smash fioin Alexander's
bat In the third Inning, Caldwell handed
a. pass to naumgardnor. The latter was
forced by Shotton, who stole second
and then sprinted all tho way to the
plate on it fearfully wild pitch, llalcntl
Three Chancemen were bowled over In
the Inst half, whllo In the Drowns' fourth,
I'ratt, who walked, was caught stealing,
after which tho next two batters were
easy. With two out In New York's turn,
Fweeney singled and counted on Cald
well's smash that carrnmed off tho front
rit tho grand stand and yielded three sucks.
Conk waa third out on n ran to I'ratt.
Caldwell pltchid superbly In tho fifth
round. KtOVall took two baars when
Knlfht let his grounder get away nnd
. then galloped to third 11s Creo lost John
ton's easy fly In tho sun. Caldwell put
on extra speed In this crisis and both
Alexander Ulld Iluilmirarrlner nIiiw.1t .i,t
tier whlrh Hal Wlllluma took care of
Aaln In the sixth, with Trait on second
and one out. Caldwell fanned (lus Will
lama and Auntln popped to Maisel. Slovall
teran the seventh with thu tlihil hit off
w . ,ori''" "y b'lmston,
who reached second vu I'ecklrfpuuah'a low
M " .
!J.MtfMli- X, - Jav"
errl vtnn the main Ihlntt rthllillcri l- IhU nununter from Rnltl
niore In Ills ilrbul nl third boe under t'hnner rlerrin. Hoth In run.
nlnur tin linac mill In IIcIiIIuh Ilia pooltlon bp uliiinrit rnrp rapidity of
ni'tlun mill hp aluii mnilr fnll fltvny alldr nttli kuriirlnliiir nlilll.
throw. .M.ilsel got Alexander on a rath r
wide throw that Hal Williams took
cleverly and I'lcklnp.iugh tossed out
Tho New Yoiki put the game on Ice
with two more runs In their half. Sween
got a life on I'r.itt's error and was forcd
by Caldwell, who In tuin was caught
nnpplng. Cook tripled to left and Mallei,
receiving a, pass, quickly stole second
Both men tallied on Ciee's base hit, the
latter being nipped at second when It.mm.
gaidner Intercepted Shotton'o thiow for
Hoth pitclur prevented bitsmen from
reaching first bie In the eighth. After
Hartzell had consumed (Jus W'llllami's
long fly Maisel made his brilliant plck'ip
of Austin's bunt, for which he wn cheered
wildly. The next moment thn little fellow
let Stoall reach first on a wild throw
and tho latter stole second, wheie he waa
left, as Crte gobbled Johnston's fly. The
ST LOUIS CA L 1. ! NEW YOItK f A I. .
at r h p a e ah r h p a e
Shnfn.ef 1 I 0 11 I 11 Conk.rf .. .1110 10
italentt.M 3 0 0 s r. fi flal-1.3h 3 1 0 1 ; 1
I'nilt.:b. 3 114 3 lTree.ll 102300
C.lV'i rl 40010 llart7il,ef 4 n n ; 0 0
Aulln.3b 4001:0 I't.'K'h.K. 4114:1
SlnVl Hi 4 0 1 10 t 0 Knleht :h 4 1 1 0 4 1
J'nmon.lf 4 0 I : u 0 H Wil's.ib 1 1 1 11 0 0
Alex'er.e 3 0 0 3 3 0 sve-nev.q 2 I 1 S 1 0
Irr"?.!! 0 0 0 11 o ncidwell.p 3 0 : 0 4 0
U'm'iirr.p I 0 0 0 3 el
- Tolali . M 6 ! 13 3
Total .31 I III IS 1'
St l.nut I 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 ;
New York ... .0 3 0 1 0 0 ; 0
Two b.ie lill .lohaiton. Three b.ie hits
Conk. C.iMw ell Home run -Pratt Stolen bae
Miiiltiui. 1'rall, Mini II, Maisel Kirst lMe on rr
run- SI !-oul. 3: New York. 1. Kirt tue
on tmllOtf lewrrn. off Haumsiinlner.
off CaliUell, 3 SlruiU out -Hy lMumrnrdner.
by C.llilwell. lilt plti liril ball Hy
Lsvercnz iCoeln HiIh- Oft fyvereii'. 111 one
innlni; mono nut in the mihiuIi. Double play
11-, 11.1. .till td.l vim ill l.ft nil tila -
St. I.nnln. r.. Nev York. X Wild iitich-Calib 1
well, t'liipue in chief -O'LmigiiHn Kield uni ,
ptre Shinilan. Time t hour and M minutes.
BAKER BREAKSUP GAME.
Trlplrn With Tlirpp oil Hap nnd
White .Sox Are Ili-nlPii.
Ptltf.ADKt.i'lllA, Aug. 11. Tho Athletics
defeated Chicago by a score of S to fi
to-day. Kor six Innings C'lcotte pitched
winning ball, but h weaki ned In the!
seventh and Kussell was rushed to the
lescue. He too was wild and two runners
were forced over the plate on liases on
balls. Then Scott wai brought out and t
linker, with the bases tilled, tripled to
centte, scoring three runs, and scored
himself on Mclnnls's out when Chase
went to sleep at first. The score:
CHICAGO (A. 1, I PIIILA. (A. L.l.
all r h p 11 e ah r h p n e
Cha11ie.lt 3 1 1 0 0 0jE.MVr.rf 3 1 I 1 0 0,
HerciM- "h. 3 1 1 4 3 0 Olilrllle.lt. 4 1110 0
l.onl.3b.. 4 10 10 OiK.CoH'n.Ib 3 10 3 4O
Vhiiw.th, 4 0 1 7 0 e Hake r.3b . r. : ; ! 1 0
llndle.i-f .41110 t'M'lnnlK lb .1 0 1 ! : 0
J.Coll'n.rf 4 1 : : 0 0 MrunU.lf. 401100
U..l,..lk 1 ft 1 S O lOrru 4 0 0 2 3 0
U'riiwrm 1 lit; llS'hanr.c.. 3 'J 1 4 1! 0 I
Clilitte.li, 3 0 0 0 3 0 Illlsli.p.... 0 0 0 0 1 0
Huiwell.p. nooo o u Mvamn. . u u u o u
Srolt.p... n 0 0 o 0 niouek,p, 5 1110 0
- Toiam...3i siii4 u.
rotala.,31 r. !i : 13 1!
H.itli-il for llutli in the third iuuinc.
Chlcaicn .... 2 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 08'
l'hllailcllilila 0 0 0 0 1 1 r, n .. 8
HilM-Orf llnwli. ? In three innincii: off Cleotte. .
C in six iiiiuncs'. off Kiiril, nnne In pait of I
seventh! otf S'ntt. : in one nintinr. Two base I
hit Sehaiu Three bane hits Melnnis, linker. I
Home run lloilie. Samlke hit Weater Molen j
linve K. M ill pliy. belt nn haseii ChleaKii. 4;
riiilaikiiihin. Slrue out Hy L'lenlle. 3: by
Iiuuli, I; ny iioupk, uounie iiiiiyn ulceus.
Weaver and Chane. HiUrr ami Miinnis. First
base on balls oft Cicoite, 4: oft Hiimcll. 3; nil I
lleiu. olf Iliiali, 3 Wild nitch-Cieotte.
IJmplren-Coimolly ami K-rsumu. "1 line-I
boum and 5 minutes. i4
NAPS FIND SENATORS EASY.
MnKcl nnd Unit lie lliith Submit tn
ItoiiRli Trentmrnt Mitchell Tlitht.
WahhinutoN, Aug, 11. Cleveland
found Wiislilnglon easy picking here this I
afternoon, winning In u wnlk, ti to 1, ,
Mitchell, the visiting southpaw, allowed )
only live hits. Kngel was batted hard In i
only the first Inning nnd Hughes, who
pitched tho ninth after a pinch hitter bad
gone In for Kugel in the preceding chap
ter, was hammered for n quartette of
safeties und four runs resulted. Sensa
tlouul stops wire made, by Turner nnd
Doc. Johnston. Tim scorn :
CLEVELAND. I WASIIINOTON.
Mi r h p a e ab r h p a e
Leib'hl.of I ! i'H OMoeller.rf 3 0 0 1 0 9
('hHp'll.ss 4 1
o i 4 o.i.Hpnrtrr! 1 0 0 0 0 0
0 1 0 (iKnter.3h. 3 0 0 1 0 1
jaeKs n.rt : l
l.alole.:h. r. o
Joha'n.lb r. 0
i'lirner.sb 3 0
0 14 0 0
0 13 0
2 10 0
(illllley If 3 1
O'Neil.e,. 4 0
Mltrhil.p 4 1
2 0 4 0
Totali. .M 0
Emrl.p... : 0
Scharfer. 0 0
Hughes, p. 0 0 0 0 0 0
TninU ..nn i r. :n i? a
uauco, inr Bnin in the fintn iiiniinr
lllaltcd for Illuhrs In the ninth Inniliic.
Cleveland :oooooo0 4 (
WatiiiiiiiKin 00000000 11
Kirst base nn error -Clrvel and. 2. Left on
bime Wttshlnutnii. fi; Cleveland, . First bate
nn halls Olf En.'ii. 4; oTf Mitchell, . lllts
4)ff Knirel, r. IP emht iunlnict. Slruek out Hy
Kmrl. 6; by lliiee. I: by .Mitchell, 2. Two
bane litis- Mebriilr, Lclliohl, Uranry. Saeriftee
hit Jii'lmon. Siulen bane Milan, 1IU),,
Jnhiisinii. Ilnutile playn Usury and Momsn:
l.hapmaii. l.ajoio and .loliimton. Passed ball
Henry Umpirri-llllilrhraQd and Sraoi. Xlma
-2 hours aud b mlnutct, j ,
"YORK STARTS IN
DODGERS TO PAY OUT
$60,000 FOR PLAYERS
Khliets Announces Purchase of
Pitchers Aitchison. Schiniitz,
IJrown and Pfeffer.
won't nrscrss maxaokk
Doesn't Blame Dahlen. How
ever, for Accidents That.
Spoil Dodfrers' fhances.
President Kbbet- of the Hiooklsp club
arrived home yesterday from a tour of
many WeMern mid Southern cities in
search of new playing talent lie for
mally announced the puichase of Pitchers
1-lmer llrown of Montgomery, Schmutz
of Vancouver, pfeffer of llrand Kaplds
and Attention of Newark, npresvutlng,
according to his way of figuring, an ou'.
lay of J30.000, with another pitcher il
"The llrooklyn club will spend nea-l
?fiit,000 for new platers this year,'' said
the llrooklyn magnate. "We awn tin
Newark club and we could have soli
Aitchison to at least two major liague
clubs for Sl.l.Oim. We paid $7,000 ci!i
for Hrown. outbidding the (Hants, lint's,
Cubs, Cincinnati Iteds and the HosIum
Hod Sox. Kor the release of Schmutz w.s
paid $&.40O und Proffer cost $:t.00rt.
Taylor of Oshko'li ami Mowe of Troy,
both shortstops, also hate been purchased.
We Intend to repay Klooklyn fans tor
their loyalty by going to extremes to pio.
vide a winning team.
"I was tipped off about Conk and If.
Williams, now with Chance's team, but
my offer was too late. The New Yorks
also got ahead of lis In the scramble for
Maisel of the Ilaltlniores and Cooper of
Peteisburg. Put that's alt' In the ganic.
Dahlen was In Columbus yesterday look
Ing over several men and 1 expect to have
a lepoit from him to-morrow. Itetilhach
will help us In the box beyond a ipu-itl n
of doubt. He was dissatisfied In Chicago
because, he couldn't get enough work."
"Did you see the story In Sunday's Sun
that Harry Smith of the Newarks might
succeed Dahlen?" Kbbets was inked.
"I did, but this Is not, the time to talk
about u new manager for the Hrooklyn
team. Personally l do not place the
blame for our tonin's drop Into the second
division upon D.ihlen's shoulders. He has
had manv IhltigH to contend with. If our
best men had not been crippled from time
to time we now would be well up In the
first division. Kver since the last of June
the breaks have been against us, but we
have n long way to go yet and I firmly
believe that tho team will climb.
"Mucker and Itngnn are In poor physi
cal condition, which Is u severe handicap.
Walker, the new man. has pitched good
ball, however, and Is bound to win some
games at home."
Pitcher Hrown will report to the
Dodgeds on September 2. Aitchison will
put on a Hrooklyn uniform on August "fi.
Schmutz will not come Hast until the
middle of next month, but Pfeffer Is ex
pooled to report at Hbheta Field the last
of this week. .
COBB CLOUTS SAVAGELY.
Trn Hat In Cnouvh liana tn Rpnt
Ited Sua nnd Mates Add More.
Huston. Aus. 1 l,--4:obb's sluggln
alone drove In enough runs to defeat the
Ited Sox to-day, but other Tlgeis also
batted bard and the final score was n to 3
In Detiolt's favor. Cobb's (ills seated
three runs. Tho scoro:
1IOSTON A. I..).
ab r h. n a
lib r h p n e
Hush.ss .. i. 0 0 :i f. 0
Hooper.rf, 3 12 10
llu'au.2b 4 .1 3 1 2 1
Eiuie.lh .. 3
I-ewle.lf . 4
.lain i lu.ss 4
Craw-il.il 0 2 3 3 o o
Colli) i f... 4 0 2 1 0 0
Veaeli.lf. 0 0 2 3 0 0
GatniT.lb 3 0 I 11 0 0
Klan.ice e 3 0 I 4
Mor'ty.Sb 4 0
Daim.p.. 2 I
0 1 1 o.Ciirrnian.u 4
Totals..!:. C 12 27 13 l Totals ..30 2 .2713 1
Detroit 0 0 n 2 0 0 : o o
llo.tuu 0001 01000 -2
Two base lilt -Speaker. Three base hits -Enlr.
Cobb Hacrlllo lly. Siwaksr. Saerlltco
hlt -Enille. Stolen bases Hooper, Cohb. (iard
ner Double play Daust lliiuli and Gainer,
Lett nn bases .Detroit, s; lloston, H. First base
on balls Off Ironaril. r. ; off Pausn, 1. Hit by
pltehrr Hy I-onsrd iDausii; by limit. ilcnn
ard, Hpeakeri, SlriK-k out- Hy Letnurd, 2; by
Dams, r. Hniplrea-Dineen and Elan. Time
1 hour and .'.2 niiiiutrs.
Bateball. ICIIIIlVIsi FII'I.O. To-day, .1:30
-, h, niiKiHiyn ts. mams, Ant,
BAaiEIIAIXTU-IIAY.il UIO P.M. N.Y.Amart
uivi.Ui.latuUi. Iolo urouadi. Aam.Mce-sAa.
The Clniiimatl Itcds played off two
postiHined games In I'lttsburg yesterday,
winning the llr.it und losing the second.
No other games were scheduled,
Cincinnati, 3j lillnhurn. 1 frlrst gams),
Pittsburg, 13; Cincinnati, 1 (second game).
Drtalleri ( lab MlandlBKl.
New Tork. .
MC 10 8
V T, 0
i - t
4 l nl
Si M j
7:1 4 I
4 ?j nt
n' .1, fi
a.i 5s,0o C.'i'l
3i ;;,4U 411
New York In llrooklyn.
i mi at," in lleslnu.
LOOKS LIKE AMES OF OLD.
Plrales (ipt (Inly J'our lllta IIpiI
Pall In Second (.nine.
PiTTsni'tw. Aug. 11. The Pirates nnd
th Heels divided honors on n double
hinder to-day, the Iteds winning the first
game, 3 to 1, and the Pirates the sreond,
13 to l. Ames was the stumbling block
to the Pirates In the lirst game. They
could get only four hits, tno of them of
the sei atoli order. In the second game
the Pirates knocked the ball to every
corner of tho lot. Tho score:
CINCINNATI. I PITTSmmr.
ab r h p e! ab r h p a e
IleMirrlf (lose o'njrne.Sb . 3 0 0 1 0 0
iroh.-li .30111 OCarey.lf 4 0 0 2 0 0
Mnr.'r( 1 1 1 2 0 0 iox,2b 3 0 1 2 C 0
Hoblil lb 4 I 2 12 1 tMVairner." 4 0 o 7 S I
Dislje.nii 10 10 0 OjMlller.lli I I 2 10 0 0
Mi ek'il rf I 0 0 1 0 o Wilsnn rf 4 0 0 0 0 0
Hi mirr.-H . 0 0 3 4 l'MHi hil.it 301310
Clarke.c. 3 0 0 2 1 0 Sinion.c. . 2 0 0 1 1 0
AllH-s.p 3 0 10 1 1 j'llvatt 1 0 0 0 0 0
. . lOitwon.p.. 10 0 10 0
Total.. 31 3 :T11 :,fanniltr.p 2 0 0 o 4 1
ItHiulT. . a 0 0 0 0 0
Cooprr.p . 0 0 0 o o 0
I Tn(al 21 1 I 27 1 ;
Hatted tor Simon In the pit lit h limine
t ll.it Ic.l fur CaniniK In the emlith lulling.
Cincinnati 200010000 3
Vitthiirt o o 0 0 o a o o 1 1
To baae hit Dodce. Tlirre ba hit Mar
an. Home run- Hohhuell. SacnlUT hit
(irnh Double pla)s Vint. Wa?nsr and Miller:
Hcrzh.inimcr aud Hnbhtzrll Kirt ban on
lull cm Caminlr. 3: olf Anns 3. Hit b
pnehrr -Hy Amt (Uutleri. Struck out Hy
("amnitr 1: by Cooper. I. hy Amu, 2 !.rft on
Ii4n". littsburir. 7: CiiK-iiiuati, I'ir.t liae
nn errors IMtsbuw 2. Cue iiiim'i. 2 Hit Oft
Camnit7 4 In eight innitiicv nlf Conpr none in
one Innlni: 1'nipires Vuuley and Eaon
Time- 1 hour and IS in l null'-.
CINCINNATI I PITTsllURi:
ah r h p a e ah r It p a e
Il'mher.lf 3 n,0 a " Hin'e.sb. '. 1 1 a n 0
liriihib. I 1 I S o lrnrej lf. r. 2 2 : 0
M'saiisef J 1 1 0 o Vinx,.h .1112 0
Ml.trr.ef 0 0 0 0 II W'snerst I L' II J 0
H'bhi.lb 3 0 I 7 u v MllliT.IIi. 4 I .' 10 u 0
Iisl.-e Jh. J 0 n 0 1 1 Wilson rf ." 1 3 I I ii
Hobb. 3ll 3 0 0 II t 0 Mqehil.ef 4 i r. 0 n
S'ekaril.rf 3 0 3 li 0 lillmill.e . 3 1 2 f. 0 0
H'mcr.n 3 ft a I .". o Adann.p I a ; o 1 u
Khiiir.i . . 2 n n 1 2 1,
HlacU'rnrl o n 1 n .' TniaN nisi:?? o
MUts.p 1 a 0 0 H 01
11 1 l rl. p t 0 0 il 0 0
Hate 1 0 0 0 n u
Total. 31 t 3 21 0 V
Hatteil Inr Hritiert in the ninth inning.
Cituliiuali . t n a ii o o o 0 1
Pittuburi ) 3 n 1 6 2 1 0 . 13
Tun hi" lilt-Miller Hjrne. Three base
hit Wilon. 2: Miti hi II ftacrlfb-e fly-Gibson,
stijli-n bases Care. 4; Hrne. i,ibon.
Vmx First base on balls oil tilun. 1; off
Herlirt. 1. Stril'k out - Ht Adam, i; by
Stup. 1. Ieft on ae l'ittltirs. T.; (in
einnati. 2 KirM b.w on rrrorii l"ittliiirc. 2
Hit -Oft Suctn. II in four anil inn- llilnl in
lillii: oft llerbeit. 3 ill tlirre anil HM. llill..
liiuuus I'mnirn- Hrrmiau and uniifley Tune
-1 hour and minute
New llaieil. I. N'eiv Loliilon. 0
Hirtfnril. i, aiirl'iir, a (tlrt saniei.
llurtfnril. 3, WatiTliurv 2 (seii.nl game).
Mellilen I. I'lltsllelil 2
SprliiKtl-lil. 5. Ilrtilgeport. 1.
Austin, Hon. Ion. I
Waco, I, san Antonio. I
Only same scheduled
Wilmlnclnn, 7: York
Allentouli S, Tleiilnn, "
Atlantic City, 2, llani-lmu
S s 12
who buys the cream of their Barley crops and they will
you Anheuser-Busch the brewers and agprs of
SCORE OVER GIANTS
Ilnnkin Johnson Pitches Like
Walter nnd Biff Lcnfruers
Stop at Two Buns.
WlIiTSK GETS UMBKELLA
Fellow Townsmen Present It
nnd Also Bif fluff Tcsrcau
Smiacl'fb, Aug. 11. The (Hants such
of tlicni us didn't go through to Now York
stopped off hero to-day and were beaten,
3 to 2, by the Syracuse Stars of tho New
York Htato League. One itatikln Johnson,
who Is said to be booked for the Huston
Nationals, pitched for the local sclntlllants
and, so far as New York's ability to hit
for runs was concerned, bis namu might
Just ns well have been Walter. He struck
out tight (Hants and they rould do Vtiy
little with him.
Syracuse gave (leorgo Wlltso, fellow
townsman, an umbrilla and a billing. It
wasn't such n hard bitting that the home
folks gavo Hooks at that. They made a
run In the first on a double ami a single
and one In tho fourth on a double and a
pretty error by Shafcr. The (Hants tied
the score In the eighth on three two
baggers, but In the same half the Stars,
on the strength of a slnglo and two bagger
oft Tesroau. bad men on second and third
with none out. The next Syracusati tiled
to Murray, who held the base runners
where they were. The next wnllnper tiled
to Hums. Hums made n beautiful throw
on tho fly to Hartley, who stuck It on
Wrutten at the plate, but the arbiter who
waa operating behind the plate culled the
There was an overflow crowd surround
ing the Held und ant thing hit there was
a two bagger. Hence the frequency of
two baggers. Hoth sides made doubles
which would have been caught easily on it
clear field. Such as the conditions were,
however, the Stars outplaced the (Hants.
The score :
NEW YORK (N. I. ). SYltACPSE.
ab r h P e ah rli pas
Hliril'.lf 10 12 0 OCnode.rf. 10 2 10 0
sh.ifrr.3b I 0 1 o o l Wratiub 3 1112 1
Grant. 30 1 1 2 Oitnlly If 3 12 2 10
Dole.:h 4 0 0 3 2 1 Itriehel.ef 4 0 1 2 0 0
Me'rlile lb 3 0 0 7 0 0 slatt'ry.lb 3 0 0 1 0 0
Muri y.rf 10 2 10 li Glen'iin 4 0 1 3 2 0
1 hoi I- it 4 0 0 1 0 0 Payne r.. 3 1 : K 3 1
Hartley e 3 1 1 V t. Pa'til'Mb 3 0 0 2 ' 0
Wilt" p t '0 1 0 3 C,Johnon.p 3 0 0 0 0 0
M'Cor'ik looooo - - -
Tinreau.p 1 1 1 0 0 0 Total.. 21 S ! 27 12 2
Total .1." 2 '24.12 2
Hatted lor Wiltse in the fifth inninc.
New York ... 0000 0 oo;ft-2
Sjraelle . I 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 . 3
Virnt bae on error New York, I. Syracuse.
1 1-fl on bni New York. .V, syraeufe. 6
First bao on ball Olf Wilte, I. off Johnon
2 Stni'-k nut- Hv Wiltse. 3. by Tereau. s; by
.liihtleiitl. Two bane nit Shalrr. Hartley,
Terean. Ileill.v Pavne. .- saerifli-e lit: -Wrallen
sairilti-e ll Mattery. Stolen base -(rant
MirUle Wilts Double play I'a.wie
and Glenniin. Ill ill) and Slatlrry lilt -Olf
Wilt-e, .-, in four intiin:'. off Tereau. 4 in four
limine 1'mptrc in chief-Johnon Field um
pire Dairy Tim 1 hour ami V) minute.
foul hern I.pmuiif,
Mrmphi-New Orleans; rain.
Monde, il, Monttomery. 1.
Nhtille. t: I'hatlauiKi.a. 1
Atlanta, (,; Hirnniuliam. : ,
Sioux City-Denver: rain
l.tneoln. l; lie Moines, 3.
Omaha. 1;; Topeka. (..
St .loi-pli. 0; Wiihtta. 2
Smith Allnntlo l.enuur.
.1sikonille. (; "".itaiiuah, 0
Ch.uli-?toii. 3; Mai-on, 1.
Columblli". 6, Alhanj, 0.
tVin.tou-Salem, l Greenboro. 2 (flrt camel.
Wiiislou-Saleni. 4, Grcen-boro, 0 ieitind
Asheville. 7. Dlirhim 1
llalcich. ;, Charlotte. 1
Port-inmitli, 7. Newport News. 6,
Knaiiaki- 3 Norfolk, a
Petersburg, I ItUlllnunil o
I'rospeel I'nrk llnselnill Itpunlt.
Hir Six, 7; WhiliiiE C I 1
llil.hwnk P C 1.. Hrnolilm S. V 11
Windsor K C '.i. Ilanle F C 3
s Noblest Beverage
The exclusive use of Saaxer Hops, its mildneji
tt I a .
and low percrnuge or aJcohoi maKe it
BcttUJ only tt tho hoou eltnt in StToud
An henrr-lliiM h Acenry, New York
4. Iliiti h llniitlna 'o.. llrooklyn
nhrusrr-lluih Newark Agency, Newark
NEW PITCHERS FOR CHANCE.
Uua -Mcllalc of .lcceteri, I'lcti of
Dnvlon ami I'oupcr of rcteraliur.
Threo new pitchers wcro purchased by
tho Now York Americans yesterday for
$9,000. President F.irrcll announced that
ho bad paid $0,000 to the Jersey City In
ternational league club for Martin Mc
Hnle. the right handed boxinan, who has
been one of the sensations of the Hnrrow
circuit this aeaaon. McHale. who will re
port to Manager Chance to-day, wru. n
student at tho University of Main-! two
years lino, when ho was signed by the
lloston lied Sox, He waa traded to Jer
sey Cltv together with Pltchor Main and
j Inllelder Purtell for Pitcher Hugh Bedlent,
rarreii aiso paia i,uuu xor m reienni
of Pitcher Cy Pleh of tho Dnytoti Central
la-aguo club and a slmllnr prlco for
Pitcher Cooper of the Petersburg club of
the Virginia lagui. lich Is a right
bander. In his Inst game for Dayton he
held Clrand Hnplds tn four hits and beat
Pfeffer, recently bought by tho Dodgers,
7 Io 1, Pleh has won thirteen games and
but nine, tho opjslng teams muklng
ninety-four runs nnd 180 hits.
Cooper stands second In the list of win
ning boxmen In his league with fifteen vic
tories and four defeats, a percentag'" of
.7S!. His batting avc-raKe for thirty-five
gamos Is .315. Ho and Pleh will report
Halllniore, r,. Montreal. 2.
Hiiffalo, 1o, I'rotliJe nee, i.,
Ktaadlna: f the Clake,
W 1.. PC i r. I.. PC.
Newark... .71 .m.h I Meatretl.. ..'it M cot
Iterhetter.. 03 40 .'.S3 I Prt idract .M r,i .4M
I Pitirt,.,.'A r,4 ..vu Tor oi to .vi r..- I in
!.,, ,.M sn ,av I germ t-lir..-i ni ei.
i'o-dar a Schedale.
Ilnrhester In Newark.
Toronto In .lersey cltv.
Murrain In I'rntldenie
.Muni real In llaltlniure.
.Mldlilff I'ln Ilia New Hole Well.
lUt.TiMorin, Aug, 11. The Orioles
Jumped on Lefty Carlo in the tirst Inning
of tho opening game of tho Berks with the
Itoyals this nfternoon by tallying the
times. After tho Initial round, Carlo
tightened up and held tin- locals to one
run during tho remainder of the game,
and the score wound up 6 to The
Canucks got to Dave Hoth In the fourth
for four successive singles, which gave
them both of their runs. Mldklff. the
new thltd saoker secured from the New
York Highlanders in the Maisel trade,
played his first game for the Hirds and
handled himself cleverly In the field. The
. . , n II K
llaltlmors . s 0 o n t n o i. ft - i. yj a
Montreal o 0 n 2 0 0 0 o 2 v t
n.ittene. -Itnth and Ecau; Carlo and Hum.
Pitchers Willi llesl Support Win.
Plait ipknck, Aug. II In one of the
tteirde.t exhibitions seen here for a loiu
time, the locals went under to lluffnlo
thin afternoon by a score of in to 1. I.i
tltto was batted for six hits In the opener,
Including a triple. Itelslgl and Zatnloch
(were not much better The Huffnlo twirl-
ers were also on the rugged edge, but
worn given far better support than the
Oray hanibd out to the local pitchers
K H E.
Hiiffalo. 3 1 a a n s o l ft io t:, j
Providetur 0 o o o r. ft 0 0 1 10 I
batteries Hfhe Morv Frill and flondv:
Laflttr. Heislcl, Zamloch ami Koclur
Otitflpliler Assaults tiprllie.
PTtct. N. Y-. Aug 11 Hefore the flrt
game of a double header between Scran-
ton and I'tlca Outfielder .loi.es of the
I Seranton team climbed Into the stands n.nl
nssaunen a newspaper man. taking ex
ception to an account In a newspaper of
a preceding day's game. Jones was tak'-.i
fiom the park by deputy sheriffs.
K 11. E.
Toledo .. .
0 n 2 fl o o a a 0- 2 2
. I 1 0 0 2 o ft o - ( :i i
Haskette and Landi. Powell and
I! 11. E
020010100 s 2
3 II 0 u li 0 3 0 -.1 1
Hr"ant. Larry and .lame; Turner
It 11 E
00ii 2 000ftO 233
o 0 o o o o 0 ft a a i 2
Y.iuchn and O'Connor. Harrington
It 11 E
il 00210000 3s 0
Oil Oft il 0000 070
l'attt-ron anil Owens; Powell and
Kan i Cily
MATRON STAKE WON
BY DILLON AXWORTHY
Takes Straiffht Heats in Trot
Division of Threes-ear-old
T FL LIE TIPTOX TAKES .(JK
Hitherto I 'n hen ten Del Rev Not
Himself After Sickness
aud is Drawn.
DKTI.OIT, Aug. 11. Dillon Ax.Vi.'i i ,
fatorltu at 2 to 1 over the e!d (.,
Matron Stako for three.jear-old I ot e-i,
won the evint to-day In straight hea-j
over a Held of nine of the p!kd fu'u- ty
youngsters, it was a vlctm.t that wm
expected, as the i-olt had iiown .i.nnler
fill form at Kalamazoo at we- k
In the Ill-it heat lma Ja ! d f ,. x
half, hut fuded uulckly. Dillon Axw i ,y
wltilillig III 2:10'j, with Kllby Watt .,,-.
nnd. hi the noxt heat Harbar.i iu- ten
Was tho one to make th tl'ht, but a u
no nritrh for Dillon Axwottht The win
tier U the property of A. 11. Co.e of
The hitherto unbeaten pacer DO Hy,
after two weeks of sickness, start-d t -day
favorite In the Hoard of Connie- t
Stiiku for 2:10 pacers, but showed t
of hli former speed, and aft" ,e
beaten In two heats was diawn ih-j
Hal and Holly llrand b.ittle l it i-
tin- male the winm-i. Tlllle Tet..-
thlncs all her own wnv in p-.
tllvlslon of the Matron Stake. The sum
Three-year-old class, trotting. Mutron
Stnk". ." In .1. value. llo.ouO
IHIInu Axworthv, b In Atitorth --
Adtl i IHIIon, hy Slilnei nillonlSerrllll 1 1
lluhy Watts, b e. i Wright . J
llarbura cuertoti, Ii. f. iMurph i 7 .
I'eter .lohnstnn. b. i. ii'oti. 1 s
Margaret Driiten. Ii. f. Illuseti . i
ilrcut Hut ernor, br. e (l'tterbaeki I (
Iiitu Jay. br. f. ilirnesti . , .
The Ai me. b c ( Ponahoe i . . . t
ll"ll Hood Kate, ro. f. (f lodge I n
lllai kbliru Watts, Ii. ', isnnn-i ills
Time Stl'iV 2. l''i.
2; li elas. pacing, 3 In 3. stake 2 Oio
Mai got Hal., Ii. III., by Argot
Hal -Mart- by Tennenste
Wilkes (McDonald l. . . 5 2 : 1 1
Holi Hraiiii. 1 1. K: by Tidal
Wate IChlblsl ii 1 12 1
lll.u k HailKc. blk. II.. by Mall-
ager I Km! man i . 1 ' " "
Ited Ashland, b. g. llfaywoodl 3 I .' I !
Patches, I, Ik. in. i snow), . 2 4 ills
Del Hat. b. h. ti'ox) 4 3 or
Time .':0a,. ::',, s:0ji. : iftt, . f ,
2.15 class, trotting, 3 tn i. pur-e t ma
Lord Dewey, b. h.. by Admiral
lewe Etas. b liaron likes
Alfonso, li. k. (McDonaldi 2 2 2
fasten, p p. is'penieri .... 1 3
Hlngarlon. b. h. illoilne-. i . i I
Grand .Marshal, blk g (Snowi. . I ill
Time- 2:101.. 2.03 2 111.
Three- eat -old class. pacing. Matron
Slake, 2 In 3: value. $ 1 , 7 r. r. :
Tlllle Tipton, b. f.. by ujonoa (Irar
Tliiton. bv summons (Murphvi .. 1
Homer HaiiKhtnau. b. e IMavU) 2 I
Virginia Itrnoks. b. f (Lanei ..II
Time 2;l.H,. 2:13V
Xett- Vnrk tnp I.enKne.
AT I'TICA-FIHST GAME.
It H E
Siranlnn 0 0 3 0 0 o n o 0- 3 .'
Li lea . 1 0 n 2 3 0 0 0 - ! pi 4
Haiterie -Herbert and Harkln; Frock and
H H E
Seranton 1 n 1 o o n ft 2 r. 1
tile. . 0 0 0 0 V o (v l .'. l
batteries Donnelly and Peterson; Dowd and
AT ALBANY FlrtST GAME
Elnnra . .. .1 0 0 1 ft 0 0 0 n 17'
Albany i 1 o o ft 1 0 t a 3 s
H.ilti-rie Creamer Swift and Fo-ter; Kn'1
Ecan and McDouoiuli
K II V.
Elniira a I o i. o o 'j i. i.i
Albany 0 ft 0 " 0 0 I 1 ' '
Hattrni"i-Uo)le and Hitter; I.lojd and Eir.in
AT TKOY FIUST GAME
It H r.
llmihanitnn .iftftonoono t .
Trot- ooooooooft-o j
Haliirie HarNrich and Mc.Murra: Sltton
r it r.
niii.-hamton 0 0 110 11 J I I
Trov 00 a 200ft . ?
H.ittrnes-lterche and Crom John. . '
K. I. T. I.riiKiiP.
HiipUiuvilIe. 4: 0fiiboro, 2
Cairo. 7: Harrlbitrs, 1.
l'adueah, C; Vilicenne. 3.
llrnilersoii, 7, CUirkfllle. f.