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Yankees and
Get-Rich
Quick
Walsingford
By KEMBLE
Blackey tn a
Real Shell Game
BESCHER UNABLE TO
GIVE DODGERS GAME
Hisses Two Flics ami Makes!
Wild Tlirow. Ytt Canlinals
Triumph liv :i to -J. i
CUTSHAW SPOILS CIIA.VCK
St liris, Aus. fi, Bob Heseher mail j
unci.- i'i rvro in ten tiriu iit-i... eim i.ic
Csrdituls nipped the Dodgers, 3 to ".
Bscher missed two nies and made a
wild throw to Ihe plate.
Three runs In the third chased Sherrod
flmlth out but Sallcc held the lead to
the finish. Thn flrxl four batters singled
off Sallee In the second, but no one
cored, as Cutshaw wan caught off first
fter Ills' single. The score:
BROOKLYN iN L.I ST IIUIS iN. I. i
db h p a e ah n p a e
Mjrrrs.ef 1 ft 4 t'lleschcr.lt.. 3 o 2 0 3
O'Mara.si. I 3 1 f 2 Huiglns.:h 1 ft 4 3 ft
ntuberl lb 2 1 s ft "IMItler.lli, . I t ft. 11
lYheal.lf 1131 fDolanof . .1 1 : 0
Cutshaw .bill 3 0 "ny.lT.e.... 3 ft .". I ft
Stengel. rf I J ft 0lainr,rf.. . 3 : 3 ft 0
..u. . i .. )iiuurr..f.... .1 . d !
McCarty.o. 11:1 lltb-trcl.tb... 3 ft 1 1 ft
Smlth.-i 1 ft ft 3 uSallee.p 3 10 2ft
Dell.p iflinoi
SehutU I ft ft ft ft Total .... 5 27 IS I
Applcton p " n 0 n 0
Totals .. i3 10 21 l: li
Batted lor Dell In 1h seventh Innltir
Brookl)n. .. . 1 ft 1 rt 11 ft ft o ft:
St Loula ... 0 0 3 0 ft ft ft 0 ft-3
nun- nrookl)n, O'Mara St Jaiuls.
Beecher. tlu.-gni, Miller Two hur nits
Long, O'Mara Sacrifice lilts Iiaubert
Double plays- Butler ami Mlllerr Wheat ami
IHubert; Uutler. Huggltis and Miller. Wild
pitch-Smith Hit by pitched ball-llv Smith
iRem-heri First base on balls Off Smith I.
en Aiipleloii 2. stiuck out Hy Dell 5. by
Bailee 3. Umpire Idem and Cocklll. Time
1 hour and 47 minuter,
ERROR ENDS GREAT BATTLE.
Klllirrr-o Willi Throw I. eta Only
Run !i'iirr. Ili-ntlnir Alrxnndrr.
Pittsm'iki, Aug. S. The Phillies were
hut out to-ilny by the I'irutCH, 1 to 0,
the run coining In the last InnliiB.
Both AduniH and Alexander pitched
well. In the ninth lllncliman tripled
with one out and WnKiier and Vlox
were parked iiufposely. With Ilalnl at
bat the sipireze play was tried. Iialnt
missed the ball and Hluchinan was
chafed back to third, but Klllifer threw
wild tn Ilyrne. Illnrliinau comlnK In
With Hie wlnnliiB run, Tho ncore:
PHILA. (N, 1 l'lTTSUUItl! IN. I,.
ah b it e nb h 11 a e
yre.3b, 1 : 11 t "Caiey.lf, ,. 1 t I n 0
nancroft.9 3tli l.ColUni.ef... 3 ft s ft '1
LuderuMb I n s 1 ft Johnnlon.lh 4 17 0 0
Cravath.i f 1 1 4 0 0 Ulnch'an.rf 4 1 1 0 n
NlehoH ll. I ft 1 I ftVMi!tiPaa 1 I 1
Whltted.of 110 0 ,Vlox.:t 3 12 0ft
Becker.ll J 0 r, 0 0 Ilalrd.'Jb.,
0 2 4 ft
KlUlfir.i'. 3 I 1 1 IHchmiirn 1 n c n
Alex'nd'r.ii 3 n ft 2 O'Adams.p.... 300:0
Totaln. ,31 7 :l Totalu,. .73 5 27 10 "l
-viip o-ai wueu wimunir run waa acoreu.
Philadelphia .ooooooon pi)
PlttJbun.- . ftftoooooo 1-1
nun lhttaburc. Hini'limaii, Three bate hit
-Hjnchman Molen banea-Killifer. Carey.
Sacrifice hiti CoIIiim, Ilaird, Uancrofl. Kim
kaao on ball-Olf Alexamler. 3; off Adamn, 1.
Struck out -Hy Alexander, : by Adarru, 3.
Cmpirea rtltler and Orth, Ttme-t hour and
M minute.
CUBS OUTFINISH BRAVES.
jWrt.nrr;'i Donble, Two Wnlka nnil
Slurrnj'x HIiikIc Wreak llnvor.
CltH'AOo, Aup. 5. The Braves dropped
w-aay Ramn 10 inn uuim, 4 to 3. .Mc-
Iirry a ibiuble, two base on balls and
Murray's flr;le In the home half of the
ninth scored tint wlnnlnif run. Tyler
had tied the count at three all In tho
first hulf of the ninth with a homer.
Thn score;
BOSTON .N 1 1 CHICAdO i.V. I...
ab li p a e ah li u a e
Moran.lf.rf 3050 oiiood.rf .1 ft 1 n
ruzpaK.kii 1 1 1 n o..Murray,n .210
Eltn.rf 3 3 1ft o'PUher.M .1 " 5
o a
4 0
ft ft
Connolly.lf 1 ft 0 0 0 S( hulle.lt 3 1 3
Majee.cf . I
u j o 0 zmrman.rri 1 1 t
'i 1 nlWilliania.ef 1 j 1
Schmidt, lb l
Smlth.3b I
.tfaranv'e.si 3
tVhallnc.e. 3
0
11 n n 0 .ci.iirry lh 1 :
2 3 2 0 tsaier 0 0
0 0
3 14 3 O Archer.e
lioi 0l'hdan.3b
ft 0 ft ft ft.Vii'chn.n
0 4 3
Tyler.p,. .
Davn.p.
Ruan.p.
Oowdy.c .
2 0 2 J
10 0 1
10 0 1
10 0 0
I 0
2 1 1
". till uiniili'ii.p
0 0 tKnurly
Totals, M i 10 i; Toialt .jo 9:7 13 i
One out when winning run whs score).
JUn for Mcl.arry In th ninth Innlnr.
IBailed for Humphries in the ninth Innlnr
Beaton A 1410101 -3
Chleaio, .1020001)0 ii
Runs Boston. Mor.m. Tyler 2: Chicago,
Ftther 2, Srhullr. SaJer. Sacrifice hits
Moran. Archer 2. Phiian To base hlls
Kran, Schulte. Mcl.arry. Home run Tvler.
First base on balls -Off Davis 1, off Haran 2,
off Vauzhn 3, olf Tylrr 5. Struck out Hv
Raian 1, by Tylrr I. by Vauirhn 3, by
Humphries t umpires flyron and Kason.
Tlmt-t notirs and 7 minutes.
New York Stale league,
AT ALBANY.
rt 11 E
Wllkrabarre ... o l i o o n 4 o o it s n
Albany .. .. ooooioon o l a o
Batteries Wllkeiharre, Median and
Olddo, Brleeer; Albany, (ierner and Phelps,
AT .SYHArL'SB.
fi. if. n.
Flnghimtsn (IftftfttOftOft 7 jo
Syracuse. .. inoooOOOft ft j H 3
flatteries lllnglnmtnn, Barred and Mur
phy; Syracuse, I'ornuel) and T ler.
AT TIIOY.
Beranlon oooooono 33 11 '1
Troy ft 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ft 0 2
Batterlee- Scranlon, Fo and Miller;
Troy, Fullerloa and MMIraih.
AT ELM I II A
rtica looooftofto 0 ' 'i 'i
Elmlra ft oftftftft 0101-2 s 1
Balter.ls- Pllia, lliuli and McDnninigli 1
Klmlra, Caporel and lleinls.
. Baseball To.da.i, .l::i() P. II, N Y Amir.
Iram vs. st, lanns. polo (Iroiinds. Adni. ,Vh'.
atlr,
Baseball, Was 1.1 11 ut.in Park, 3S0 p. tl.
lo-ila). llp.l'ups t, Clikdfo FU. Mi
Giants Take
BROWNS SUCCUMB TWICE
BEFORE YANKEE ASSAULT
Caldwell Limits Visitors to One Run in First Game and
Fisher Allows One Less in Second Poor Rase
Running Done by Roth Teams.
The Yankees defeated the Browns In
both sanies of esterday's doublo header
at the Polo (.'.rounds. This achievement
Klxes Donovon an even break on the
reason's scheilule to date. St. Louis
dropped to setenth position, below Clove-
laud, which was rained In at Huston.
The Athletics broke even with Detroit
In two shiKBlnR matches at Shlbe Pari;.
Haiti kept the White i-ox Idle In Wash
InKloti. Yeterda' lteult.
New York. 3; St. tiulu 1 (nret Kaine).
New York, 2; St. land. 0 tuecnnd
Camel.
Iletrolt 11; I'ltliaueipitia. .1 nirn Kaniri
Philadelphl 1. 9; Detroit, (econd
fame).
wainincton-i-nicano train?.
Roilon-Cleieland tralni
Detailed Standlnc of the tlubt.
e
O M
J d 5 o
Cluba. o p n
;;s;
a a 5 z
B oaten "iff U "
Dttroltr. " Ilo 7 1
Chleaio . "j 1 t
Waahlntton.. J i i
New York e , 3 t
Cleteland 1 4 3
St. LouU 3 "ei4
Philadelphia. 4 i "i
OamMlott.... 34 SH II 47
a'si
v e,io
io'l'l
nti!"o
ti 9; e
M,!4.M4
93 jv.di:
"il 4:.SJ
47 47 SO),
J7,S7l 3?lj
4,
.'3 I,J49;
tvti'
ml"!'
Today' Hrhedule,
St Loul in New York.
Detroit In Phllailelphla.
I'hlcJao In Wahlnirtftn.
Cleveland In Bimion
New York sprunK .1 double barrelled
surprise on Brar.eh Itlckey's Browr at
the l'olo Orounds yesterday afternoon
William Donovan's men performed no
less a miracle than winning two Kaine-i
In one afternoon. They had beaten bet-
. ...1 - 1 a... 1 t
in tiuua ,11 .in--- i? ,
Brown.". Somehow St. Louis .
managed to come out of lis trance every
i. ..,t i.i v.... v,t 1. 1
time It tackled New ork. It was these
trnllers who first ruined Donovan's pen-
,, ,
nant bid and sent him down the soapy
chutes clear from the top of the ladder.
Nor did they tamely submit yesterday
afternoon. It was alt the Yankees could
do to nose out their erstwhile perse
cutor or scores of 3 to I and 2 to ". .
St. Louis ran head drat Into some
pretty tlKht pltehlt'ir, liny Caldwell did
thn honors nKutiist eoutlipan etlinaii
II, the opener. A strict diagnosis of , lie
respective performances of these gentle -
men would show that Slim was entitled
... .... . .-.. .
to the veraict. rne .tuunu iny ooys
gathered eight hit-, but outside the sec
Snd when thev unchM
Zirly ru'n. xX"& 'Z ,
proud manner of sequence. The long1
Hldcwhecler. of Hlckey was tickled for'
muciiiiri-ici, in "'"cf.""
-i . ,r..i nj Tl... VniiL... ,i .1 tim i
cic.cn .., ..
Lest execution in uie iuunn, wnen uiey
'practically won the game and when they
J might have had double the number of
tuns had they kepi their heads up.
Londermllk he Insists that New York
hereafter spell It that way was unfor-
tunate enough to hook up with Hay
Fisher on one of his very best days,
The Vermont schoolmaster wouldn't al
low a run, so that Lowdermllk didn't
have much of a chance. Though Fisher
allowed only two hits he had no cake
walk. Bay was rather wobbly at the
start because of his wilduess, and thfl
two lilts allowed the visitors to pene
trate as far as third In each of the first
four Innings. They hod a man on third
.i ..I- ,wH...i u.ih on ni
Lin, i.iiu,,,, .ir in.. j -
In the first inning of the second gamr.
Pratt started the secord with a triple,
Men were on third and first with two out
In the. third ami anodic tuiiiicr was 011
third with two down In the fourth. That
Ht. Louis was unable to cash any of
these opportunities rellects to tho credit
of Fisher's pitching, tho high tonn of
his support and. well, maybe Just a
shade of reverse action as to St. Louis's
wit In base running. After the. fourth
Inning Fisher bowled over th Hi owns
In one, two, threo older each Line they
camo up against him.
It neincr or lioi me inHi"i-Liiin or-
I rival of a bevy of battery material
I has succeeded In settling ,,e minis
.of Donovan's high salaried pltc'iers and
Whether or not the prospective) ar
rati hers, thn fact remains tint the tail
end of the order stood out tery promi
nently In the run getting of each bat
tle. Nnnamnker and Caldwell scored
all threo runs nf the first gamo Tor
Donovan. Baiimanii carried home nun
of the two for the heavy hoofed Swee
nv In the good night exercises.
St. Louis srorl Its only tun of 'the
first g-atne In the second inning. Walsh
...u.. l, ....I c.i.ti-e tl. 1.1. ilr.ive . ihml.k,
"ii" I""' ,'-,- , ,
to left centre with on? out and rode In on
Lavan's clean slngln to right. Agnew
eli.ili I.. Vnni.in.-il.ei-
fouhsl to Nunainai.ei
Nuuamaker drew a pass In start thi
third. He went to third 011 Caldw ell's
...i I., rii'hi t oviin bobliled mi I lii-li
single to rlklit. l.at an noiiiiieu oil I It, 1
nnd Nuuamaker tied the scute. Peck
I beat a bunt toward third base. Malsel
.ii.,i i ihrht. .cii.l.iir C.il.lwell Imi
........ .
Pcckllipsnnh merraii secnml and was
sinnlherid on Ihe lines, A moment later
.High was doubled trlng lo seine off!
Plpp's foul to Wnlker. The- Yankees
rould not be. commended for tills cNlilbl-
Double Headers While Brooklyn Teams
fsAV MA Ul ONE OATSl T ' -jC SAM t,,eM MBEOEoj NtJFMN BUTCLMMSHEU5 Al f til!, ON BOSS'.VOU AMT'5HUQ.
IjES PlNblN MONtV, S W MUNlTlON CIS BERRY I BUM ONBS AT OAT, OB ALL Ot? ; -BUN. OE RlCMT
DAT tS.You CAMHIP VV11 OE ALLEYS PE6T1PEROUS , LOW PARTY . I SE DE
"j DEM TO DE NATIONS OON, NCCT fHt -3
tvou Mg ll "o
Hon of running. Hnone drew 11
Imss to Htart the Mivcntli. Nuuamaker
sltiKled to left, faldwell walked, fill
Iiik the bu,es. High tap.cd to l.avan
nmi lioone was forced at tho plate.
Peek's low; My to left, however, Rot
Nuuamaker ncross. ni. sei-oud pame
was a scoreless affair most of the way.
but In th clBhth Boono scratched a
hit to Pratt. Sweeney slintlcd 11N0'.
Kallmann was sent In to run for bis
After trylnir twlrn to -acrltlce
Klsher llnally answered the purpoie
with a slow chop to Pratt. Boone
and Haumamt moved up a base. Mich's
second sliiKle scored them both. Th
scori a :
KIKST OA.MK
ST 1.01'IS (A 1. 1 1 NEW YOItK (A t. )
ab h p a el alt b p a e
8linlton.il 112 0 ftlltiph.lt .. 4 12 0 0
Autln.3b .2103 ftl'r.'lirrh.M, 32111
SMer.lb. 12 4ft ftlMalnel.Sb... ( t I 2 (1
Pratt.:!!.. 4 0 4 1 0Piiti.lh, ... 4 1 I'l I ft
Walter.rt.. 40220 Cook.rt 4 3 2 o 0
WaMi.cf .4 2 2 0 ft Cnv.i'l .... 3 11 1 0 t
l.avan,s. 4 I 11 I l,llione.:h. 3 13 3 0
Aciww.c . 3 !i 3 l'N'una'ker.e. 3 t 7 2 11
Wi'llmun.p. 2 111 O Caldwell.ii. 2 10 4 0
Totals .31 s St 11 :; TotaM. ,3.11127 13 2
St l.mlK .., . ft 1 ft 0 0 0 0 ft 1
New York. . Oft;ouoiOx-3
Run-st taiulv W.iUh: New York. Nun
atnaker. 2; Caldwrll. First bae on errora
St Louis. 1, New York. la-It on bac
St lands : New York. Too baw hit -Walnh
First bas on halls-nn Wcilmin. 2:
ofl Caldwell, 2 struck nut- Hy Weilman. H;
by CaldHell, 4. stolen base -Cook. Sacrifice
hit Austin, Cree. SacnHce Ity-Pecklnnatu'li
llouble nlnys Walker and Airncn : raldp,
lioone and Pipp. llminre in chief-0 Louth
lull Held umpire, ltlldcbrand Time-: hours
and 13 minutrt.
SECOND OA ME
ST I.Ol'IS (A. T,.l NEW YOKK (A .
ab h p a el all h p a e
Howard rf. 4 11 0 0 o,IIIb.lf 4 2 .1 0 11
Alllill.3b.. 2 ft 11 2 0 I'eckl'sb.sa 4 0 0 3 1
Slioltiin If. 3 t ft 0 o Maisel.Sb. . 1 1 1 ft 0
Sisler.lb . 4 ft 13 1 ftlPlpp.lli.. . 3 0 12 ft 0
Prnii.jh. ..4104 0 Conk.rf . 30100
Walker.ef 3 ft 1 0 nlntrney.cf . 2 " 1 ft ft
lairan.ss 2 ft 3 2 0llooiie.:h 2 12 4 0
Scveretdc 3070 O Sneeney.e 21421
lam'm'lk 3 0 ft 2 0 'Il.iuniann 0 0 0 ft 0
- Nuiia'kir.e. 00100
Totals 24 2 24 11 O.Kishtr.p. 3 0 0 4 0
' Totals. .M 5 27 13 2
Ran for Sweeney In the euhth innlnt.
St t.nuls.. . ftOdonoifO 0 ft
New York 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 x -2
Huns-New York, lioone. naumann First
"""" """""--'.."'' i-r.ii 1111 oases m
uouis, pw lork, 1. Three tiase hit -
Kl?
: hy Fisher. 3. Stolen bves-Auttln, Walker,
Malsel ci. Sacnflee hit -lioone. Double
,,ll Si-lrr. l.avan and Msbr. l.avan and
1 ""'"i Pek)npautb, Hoone ami linn. Passed
ball Severeld. Umpire In rhlef-Hildebrandi
iirl.l umpire, O'Louthlin Time-1 hour ami
55 nlln"'-
BOTH SIDES SCORE OFTEN.
Tjuers TnUr Klrat (ininr. It til
thlellcs Next hy fl to si.
I'll ib-miki.I'IM a. Aug. 5. After losing
first gan.e to Detroit ,o.,ay by ; a
1 ""jr.. 1 to 5. the Atliletlcs won the
-""i ""'"" "
' r-rviili.llklf. fop fltf-fit In thu fl.El ..mm
- : ,,.'. ,, , """
I while '"' 1hl,llnJr ' olnd' slants
biought victory In the second. The
,
.., , H"hT 0A"I1 . . ,
Br.TKOIT (A. L I PIIILA (A. I.
sli h ll a e .1.1,....,
. : .... . .. :- " "
viii.so, .. 3 l ii i l neuey,3n, . 3 0 2 3 1
110 4 1lle-iley,3b.
113 1 OStrunk.rf.
, nusii.ss
t .1 1
! Cnhh .;f ; ft o o ojoidntw.lf. 3 2 :, n
'ft ft'' n n?$'Z'"h ' I 1 5 o
' lliinis.'lb.. 5 2 14 J JMcMmi;!ib. 5 3 ti 2 2
i Young 2b
2 ft 4 oif.appc. . .20101
Jjtanage.c
,
4 3 4 u o JIC.il oy.c. 3 o ft n
II 0 0 0 OlKopf.ss 3 13 4 2
3 1 0 4 0llresler.p t 1 ft 3 o
i'llaukslon ft 0 o n I.
31 9 27 til HD.iils.p. . 2 I ft .1 il
Totals
' Totals 37 12 27 It 5
nttel for Hres.ler in the third tuning
Detroit .203021(14 rt-II
riulidrlnhla . ... 3 0 ft 0 0 I o o i - s
Huns-Plnlid' Iphla. Ilnley. "trunk, Old
rniT.2. Kopfj Detroit, Vitt, llu'l). Crawford
cic-i iiunis v, i oiinz, simnre
" m one-iiiint inninrt off
"". oneinini in p.. on
i.rcssi-r. m inree inninzs; on Davis,
In nr Inninzs Two base blt-VHt. atanane
j True.. Ikim. lilt- strunk. Sacrlllce inia itt.
Veach
h. stolon bat-.Slanae. Dauss. Homo
Hurra. Left oil bases -Philadelphia II.
run-
Detroit li. Slrurk nut ny Dauss 1 llouhlo
nlnsr-Vitl. Yoitrg and Ilurns; Young and
.iI'r .-uL'r1 T-.i'V.."" '.TCf'Jrl.'?.'1
. I..1..II 11.11111 1 .in in.-,- .,11 .,,ll. KJH ,rp-.
ler 4. nil Dauss 4, off Davis 0. Hit by
iniiiii-i nan ieen uieaieyi, hv D.nns
llaiikstnnl Wild piiih-Davis Umpires.
Evans and Chill Time -2 hours and 7
minutes.
SECOND RAMR
DETROIT (A. Ll 1 PIIILA .A Ll
ab b p a e! ab h p a o
VIII 3b ..1120 ft Wnlatl.cf. 301 Oft
Itiisb.ss .1004 "i.Maloiic.lh .10010
I iii.su.ss ,..i. 'i..iiiiu.h.,.iii . I 11 11 1 0
' ''"''bat, , i; ? ',' ''isirunli.rf 4 2 10 0
',.'-,; ft", j! ). ; Ji" ,', 1 'j
i.'ns in . :. 1 s 0 0jl.ajoie.2ii... r 3 2 7 n
nimr.2b.
.112 1 0 Mcinnls.ib. 4 3 1,1 0 0
Iilii'r.e .
Ilnl.ind.p ,
Slien.p...
Dulnie.. .
Ilislili'r.n.
I 1 i. 11 -f,i.aiii- 1 .1 2 1 I
I0O0 0IKnnf,ss.. . 4 0 3 il I
II ft II II ftibhcehall.ti . 4 4 11 2 11
1 11 (1 (1 ai Z
t t 0 0 0 Totals ...37 Id 27 17 i
Totals ..31 Iftt23 a n'
n-itiel for Steen ill the fourth Innlnr
tSchaiu oul; hit hy hatted ball
elrriil . ... I ft ft 2 0 S On ft
I irAr"1.1
Plillnleli.tila .O2S0O0J0 x3
! . '". ."'!' " ' "'I"' .?"'
1"" - .'li'inilis il. I.SIVI lieiroil, till,
1 llii.h 2. Cobb, Ycach Ilurns, Young, llneider
I Hits Oil llnlniid, 1 in two and one-third in.
inliigs; off Steen, 2 In twnthlrd Innlnr: off
iin.nlrr 1: in Hie Inuliu. Two l.as.i hits -
Didiing, Mclni.is. Crow find Thrm hass
. Im l.ann sacnilce hits-Young, Duhuc.
Stolen lnes- II11.I1 2, llaker l-efl on bases.
,.(,,, aitiiltt .. Iirtrmt .1 StruHt nv
Poland 1. hy siireinn I. bv lloehiei- 1 iinni..'.,
(.lays-Hush. Young and Ilurns; Uopf, Lajoie
"".I M.iiuuis Fir-i ti-" .1.1 ciroi-s Detroit '.
rirt hr.se on nans-(In Sheehan, ii; nTf Ilo.
,,in, nt( Stern. I off llnehler I VH,
pitch Sheehan Passed ball-llakrr llmplrta
Chill and Evans. Time-; hnun.
Nf rn,i,nrt tnt
A1( gam pomponvd, rain.
THE SUN, FRIDAY,
BROOKFEDS RETURN;
CHIFEDS BEAT THEM
Two Krrors in Ninth I'lnnhle
Thrni to Avoid Shutout
I iy .McConni'll.
VISITOIIS TAM.V TIMMCB
testerday's llesiilts.
1'hlcsRo. 3; Ilnutklyii. 1.
st la.uls, I; llnltlmnre, ft
lluffHlo.piltstiurK (et croundx
Slandlna of the t'lnb.
W I,. IV.
Klll.l Cll.v.'. II ,.'.7;'St taiuis
CtlliMSO. t.f 43 .M HulJ.iln...
Plttshurp . TO I' Efc, !lrnoklu
Newark. .. II r,i;itt,iltimorc
Tn.drt's rhedille,
I'hii'ao In Brooklyn.
Kansas city In Newark.
St lamls In llaltlmore
I'llt-biirii In lluft.ilu.
w. i. rv
41! r,3i
4 f.7
n nr.
The full force of Brookfed fans, anil
slic.ns, turned out at Washington Park
jeslerday afternoon to welcome their
favorites homo front a lonj: spell on the
read. They were ills.iiipolnt.il when 1I13
fitst Kainc of the home stand was lost to
the ( hlfeds by .1 nuro of a to 1
lmir C,eort;e McConnt'll. v o was with
the tankers jears alto, held the Brook
lynltes helpless until the ninth, when
two erpom by .llininy Smith .it shurl
toi put Halt on scoud and I'red Smith
ill ftiKt. A thlid Smith. Harry. Kindled
to centre for the only Bnwkfed run.
T."ere were two out at the time, and Ty
Hclfrlch. pinch hlttiir, endcil the came
with 11 roller to .elder
,11m Blue Jacket bcR.in pltd 'lnt; for
Biixiklyn. Westerzll's double and Beck's
eliiKle di'slitned a tally In the fourth,
nnri another counted In tho fifth 011
.elder' hit, an Infield out and Plscher's
one b'lKKer Cpliam pitched the Inst two
rounds. Maim opened the ninth with a
hit, reached tMrd 011 an Infield out
mid an error by Halt on .elder and
scored on a double steal. The score .
CHICACO (P 1. 1 UHOOKI.YN ;F I.
ab h 11 a ab b p a s
ider.2b '10 7 ii Aiidcroti.rf I .1 1 11
l-'lni.ti rl linn o'.Maffee..o o .1 - u
Fiscbcr.i'. .1-41 OCooivcr.lf
llaiidfonl.lt 3 1 4 ft Kaun.it
Weter'1.3b 13 13 0 I ra.lley.lti
11. 11111 1 Halt ,3b .
I I L ft ll
3 t J 0 "
I ft 7 ft 'l
4 14 3 1
Manuel ... I .' 3 rt 'i.F.Millth.s.
14 4 1
I mith s (0132 Simon.c . 2 0 4 3 1
McConn .,.. o ; MLSmdl p 1 0 ft
Total. 31 11 27 1 V''1"'1
Tpli.ini.p.
Itlleltriili
110 0 0
A ft ft 3 ft
1 0 O 0 ft
Totals . sj U 3
....... I ... CImnn III 111 tit It timlDlT
tUaltrd for blue Jacket in seventh Inr.inr
lllalteil for t.'pham in ninth Innini:
; n ,
S o ft !
'.'L.r.M:!'-,ia!
o;
0 ft it 1 1 ' vi " I -i
lironUUll 0 0 0 0 0
Kuiis-Chieaco-Zeider. Weslerlil.
cVr.i!y.',r Let, on ha. :
"MVVee-siid, iifi.diey Jnre in cbief-
, "ormtck. Field umpire-Westertrlt Time
, ! pour ami m niiu.i..-
S. Iloilllninre.
n m k
0 n n i ft o n ft ft-l I 6
I St Loul. (F I. "JSoooftfte-o i !
! ''Vt'TiVVre..'u'iVk' VJ "cM.-man; John-
' .on and 0en-
;
NOTES OF THE DIAMOND.
. ....i. -r.nar
1'mplre Bart nai in i' '" Vr,,irtineVl
tim ne niir.ius ... ..
over lining, made . a . bad .'l"lo"1 "
jL,Ue?1-"lt -ii li ne" 1 ' smlck-miriivlhas served then, so nnnosoiuc ,, i.oti"rt.3li 2 0W f.if S o ,1
1U1UP .iaffl. .I ti i it" irri limn ... , ... v jbiiihiu, n 3 oil (I t
n",s.: ort t'pham. 2 in t" " ''Ujj? ! could go on Indefinitely. - - - -'f llraUers. . 1 t ft b ft
I iSrAnn"!tSS!i , v..- vnrw ..Itcbers combed the Plate ' 3'" n i; lfff:S. !"?'."
1 rniiT nit .- ....wt til I " f .tn'- l U U n n
Ktilr".iynrth-YllM.Vt:..k ... the.,,,,,; hP mn.t , a hostile to reach
Treiry Department. ' .first. It would have been better for
Fighting Jim (lllinore is in n.c ..(.un. .,.
at the minor leagues are it'BliiB reaily
that the minor leagues - '- '
... ..... the hooks Into the iimlors. rne
l-Vderol chier priiiicis a rii ii... .
XX g'th-niHimie Purs- of gold If
he can flgure out some av to : re
m ijor leagues of the minor drai. upon i iem
fresldent Datld 1- Fultx of the llise-
v .!!!. J.,. vraierulty wis married In
v.,ui,ni. roiin last eienlng to
Mills Ida Verlln of that cliv.
. . .
lAi.n.iv Evers lias sprung an oriatiisi
' alibi In excuse nf hli recent eicnangii o;
fl.tlciiffs with Fred r"rkTrnii.7 ha.'nut
I cot me,
1 u up if
1. the way the Trojan has put
up 10 .101111 l. I.-I1.-I
.. . 1,1. lhr..t .inlii, .1.
,,. ,n.V... i-in have tn admit that there may
be ins honest umpire "Ther are jii.t
urn classes of umpires,
say Mi'Craw.
"Bid and worse,
The Thres Bye League will hold a meet-
g In Chicago next nan ay ."os.ee -
' " . .l...ln- ,li. ...inn fill Alia
ciisi 13 This minor circuit, like many
others, has suffered unusual linr.lslilps I.e.
cause "f the rnln and cold weatlur
1 , ... 11 ii,. enrmark. of elm,
her . Is e v lenc of the unsophlcated
h. r ..li . t h m The . -ung gentleman
isiii r . ', ,,,.
shifts his feet around ftr'sl as ir he had
r,ren olaylng the bag all Ids. life . He .
:e-,a;:neaeh;i' srz: a",:rre!
.eiiible. Mack's gn at first ha-eman In his
Mjli at bat Unlike Mclni.is, however,
Slslcr Is a left handed thrower
Tlinxe who were counting the (Hants as
dead O.H-.H a week or sn . ago may 1. gre.it y
.urDrl.e.l 10 nine mat .uciiraw is oniy
three and a half games behind the leading
Phillies.
tlcllr.iw and Shillings Im. claimed from
the beginning thai New Vnrk .mil Boston
would hate the last suy nlnnii this year's
v.H.in.il l.eairue neiiniilll. Things .ire
shaping toward a fulnl.neiit of thai proph-
..... -rii.. ill.inls nod llrnxes liai. .hot nn.
ward together The Phillies appear to
show tho llrst e Idem es of tiiKglng. Rivals
have stopped Alexander twlie within
week.
The III cut iih seem to have r iclied that
klage whern their main object Is to gi-t the
games mer as apredllv us postlhle Eu-.i
il irill'S a l llli- Hill. i . 11 user surs l e
.biggish tires of their ambition.
li.e Dodgers are doing nn heller on this
second trip West than the Hid on ih..
llrsi Then I he dropped from the llrst ill -
vision rlear to Ihe cellar. Had Itnlilnanu's
teini played with half the spirit It showed
st home HmoVlyn should hava been n
front of Philadelphia hy now,
AUGUST 6, 1915.
GIANTS CHALK UP THEIR
FIFTH STRAIGHT VICTORY
Stroud in Opener and Marquard, Who Rescues Schauer
in Second Game of Double Header, Pitch Curves
That RaHle Reds Scores 5 to 2 and 2 to 1.
By taking both RHines of esterday's
double header from the Clnrlnnatl Beds
the (Jlants cot rlKht Into the thick of the
lieiiuutit tlKht. New York Is only three
anil a half rallies behind the lcidltiK
Phillies, who chopped a came to Pitts
burg after a tbrllllnK battle. The Cubs
moved Into second place by a fractional
point because of their tlclory over the
Urates. As St. lands defeated Brookln
the DodKem tie with Boston coiitllUKS.
though f-.f thlKl now Instead of second
position.
teslenUy's Kesults.
New York. S, Cincinnati. 2 (first came;
svw York, CInclnnKtl. 1 (second cam.)
.il Louis. 3. Brooklyn, .
Chlcano. I. I10''""',3, ... .
IMttstnirir, 1. Philadelphia, 0.
Detailed Standing af the Clubs.
I S II o -
I Club. llSl-IlaiSf. J
Philadelphia. l 1 si to ! M J'
;nhicao..:.;.":.i" sj"rSj; !Ll
IFwkDnT..... '" " "!! 0
Tiosron...' e -"aito N io! Jfl " J
iNewYork S, 6 ," tlilll
IpltTThjVj S,"72j7
'stXouis.T..... 2 J7!1:!!?
'cilnnatl. 1 I jjj J
flames lost.... (J.U? 47.4S 4S M ?
To-ilny s Srbediile.
New York in Cincinnati.
llriiokiyu in -
lloslon In Chleaao.
Philadelphia In liuh"'
H WIM.ItM II. MANNA.
Cincinnati. A up. 5-Tho Giants par
took of another double portion of suc
rcss this afternoon, closlnc their Ioiik
htretch of two Karnes a day by snatch
Iuk a pair from the Hods. The scores
were r. to ! for the first and 2 to 1 for
the second. The duplex, triumph en
ables the (Hants to revel In Uielr lomrest
; , ,.... ,i. ...i,,.. They hate
i list of consocutlte wins. i ne na
i .nmg together five straight so far for
1 this Bpurt. three from the Cardinals ami
, two fr01 the Beds, a color blend which
to-day with much effective stuff, the
New Voik pitchers who did so being
sieninl mid Mariiuard. Stroud bore the
lUrden In the first game alone ami gave.
k'ood account of his s ewar.isnip.
, Manpiard -cued Schauer In he s -
, " B'n'f' 'wti , f" ,1
P"be brought tlui Beds to ',IU1 " 11 1
IMTiuanont stop jus. uneu iih
ened to make off with the bacon while
.i. ...i,.. imi,,. u-n. bltilnir the skv.
.-...viiiiiT- mi - iirillllll Stolen It. .
Schauer was mviiicioie. . ...
, iiiipervuins in in.- iii". in...- ,,.-
, nf ,,,,,,.. that halcyon
H,n r , nun, n wo.l.il nntr (inc. I ...
HOmo 0M),.rpcp pitching with a nui
him
HOu, eMierleuce 111 pllciling ivmi a man
,..k. h unnt.in'i i.-.vu
. ,,i m,. .11,1 reoeh
OM ,,, which was in the fourth
' Inning, he went higher III the air than
morlot. a Tallbe, a Zeppelin or tho
. k Schauer ac-
. 'Ht stor ot tni sk. .-sciiaui i , ai
corillng to tne itiaiieo,uaie ruies in use,
: gets credit for winning the, game,
. . . . .. .
nuereas ..iii i i,iiui u nrn" mi ... .hih
of ,, ,.redlt as attaches to the slab
endeavors.
The l.lnnls won the first game through
tne woony Wlinncs.s ui liunn lieiuou
there was a swarm of Itubes on tho
, Inmind .1
during the nfternoon-
-and a few
1 ,,....1.. llltH wi,., ,n., iit.ton Hub., was
..11,1 u..h.. M...
. . . . '.icservlmr
, ,,..., ,., Ah ll;lttlr , '
Chief came out of Ills long sleep and
,lslie,l up three caloric wallops. Mr-
KVi.erv tnll suimlo lnd with -ill (ho
I K.c,u r.' 'i . . 1 . " Wllh . '"' ,n."
aimospnere. s.ago nresenco ami cum-
linear iiccourtremeut of a pllcher of
1 .,,,. . .,,,., ... ,,, ,
parts, held the (Slants to four hits In
. H,.coml game, hut 0110 of them wan
i yy fonowmg
ny i'om a.1.1 ricicner ami away went
the ball game with that gut of slug-
ghig.
Dave llobertson returned to the e-im.
..,, )HH,t, ,. ,,MKS, ,..
, : ...
l'' "t after the operation on his eye.
hul In the third Inning or the first con-
test lie sprained his ankle at thn plain
. , nilM ,( p,, rf the Held. He was
. ...o,.,,.., ,, ..,y
spectlmi and It was round that nothing
I won broken. Snnib-riiKM. ulm i.-lll 1111 1..
1 for t), Injured II) er, Is picking up a
I , 1,1,11.,- '
I 111 ,,IH 1 , ,
The scnilng began In thn third In.
' ll"eT. Tin. Ill.inls could do nothing with
Benton Until Meyers singled In tills
, rili Stroud hit to liroh who fi,,,,
v,l,. ,,,! ih.ti lli.nl, lt,.... ... r.
bli.l, and then (iron threw out Hums.
' mneiu lilt which
1 scored Me) el's. It was a hail uflei
I noon for Unites of the Benton and
a ,,..s,.nn n,i 1, .,. ... V.
, V " , ,'r 'n.. ,J f at Ihls
Jimetitr thai the former proceeslad to
prom It. He scuttered the dirt with 4
Are Unable
wild pitch which allimed Stroud to
score and he salltsl one over Wiiiko's
lliinilnc crest on which Itobertson
sprlntid In from second,
Itobertson hurt himself by pulling
up loo suddcnl. (Jnili was coverlntr
the plate and left only a small corner
of It for llobvrtson. The latter In
tended to slide, but rather than spike
!roh staed tip. That wrmched his
left font. He mltsctl the plate irolliR 111,
but had time to turn around and hobble
back.
Merklii hiibIciI In the fourth InnlnK,
stole second and was balled homo by
Lobert. Hraluard forced Lobert and
JokkciI in on a Ions triple to centre by
.Mcjers. Stroud's only uneasy InnlnK
was the fifth, lie was tapped for two
iloubles and u sIiikIc. and nft-r a run
had come In theie were Mill men on sec
ond and third with one out. Stroud
stopped a spllttlm; liner and Rot a man
between the plate and third and Dojle
Krappled a (.'rounder for the third out.
Tin. ninth limine brouKht a couple of
Itiil hltiH and a run. but nothing: to oaths e
renewed apprehension in the (Hunt
camp. The second battle was a deseit
of blanks with the fourth Innlnit the
only oasis, tlroh bloekrd Povle's liner,
but couldn't field It. Fletcher 'slid a sln
kIm to right. Merkle sacrificed and Lo
bert clubbed the first one to thu left
field terrace and won the came with that
far IIuiik shot,
It was Heinle tlroh who started the
discomfiture of Schauer, which was In
the same Innlne. Heinle singled. Ha
went to second on Sehauer's errlm? throw
to catch him napping, took a lead and
drew the throw from tho nervous Hube.
Doyle threw HerzoK out, Wagner scored
Oroh with a single, Klllifer walked, lirif
flth forced Klllifer. Clarke walked ami
Schauer walked. Clarkn and Schauer
walked In different directions, Clarke to
first and Schauer to the bench. M.u
iiuard entered and left thiee on bases bv
disposing of Williams.
.Marnuard struck the s,e out ,,,.
fifth Inning. In the eighth Mollwiti
opened with a hit. A tine play bv Doom
rubbed out .Moll ami Von Kol. Bed
hugged Von's third strike, which was a
foul tip, and doubled .Moll stealing, in
the ninth Wagner opened with a single.
Klllifer and Leach llle.l to extinction and
Wagner, trying to steal. wa cornered,
Dooln to Doyle. The scores:
FI11ST OWE
NKWIORKlN L CINCINNATI iN t. i
, ..i, h ,
, Bjrn.J, ft , o j n,, , 1
Snod-frVrf . J 1 ft oWIwr :h u;
j J ; J
I
lliiid for Mnii.ii, in 'S...
iBalleil for llcntou In nfih innini
:lljtte.l for la-ar In ninth Inniiiir.
Neiv York
00.3 3000(1 (!,
O 0001000 1 -!
unclnmit. o o o o 1 o 0 o 1 -2
J;"-
on errors-Ne York la-t "on b.Uc.i.Ne
York. 7; Cincmuati. 7 First base on hail.
1 on Hfiitou. 1 Mniok out Uv strotul. :t hy
HenUm. 1; br l.ear,
-iejcrs io . lias..
III!.- s.. I
...it-.- ,-n-r mi
t.ri..l .''.;: .;":"'"". ".man,
Me W(ll w,nj, WM p.tclics-
... . . .,u i.eiiion, ; in ne in-
, !. 'a'ar. 4 iiifmir liuiinxs Karnrsl
rh:yAlS!-U,,.S'.m,;::r '"
j l hour and f-n minutes
SECOND 0AM E
NEW YOHK .N. I. ) I CINCINNATI i.V L .
I Hums If I ii I rt or.rnh.3h
" '.' ' V - . . ah h n a
' ttf? J ? o&r'Vh
Flel.liir... 4 12 3 I'Klllifcr.'cf
Merkle.ot . I I ft ft (irittitli.rf
' '."belt 3b 3 I 1 ft'.aih
Urnnrrd.lb 3 ft 7 .1 ftriarke.c
4 1 1 s 0
4 0 4 4 ft
4 a i a
3 o 2 0 rt
3 0 2 0 0
! 0 il o 0
i iiooui.e 3 I s : ft WiiiiamsK -7 ,i . .V
ft ii .1
, Scliauer.p 1 i rMnllwttz.tli 3 1 1 a
tl,r..n'nl.. . II i. 1 AX.t-. - .
i - i::.--,,-',".' -i' - " " - "
It Kntn.t 1 ft a 1. .. .
Totals
2 4 .fll 2Toney,p ... .1 0 0 0 ft'
Hatted for r.rlfflth innlmh Inifiiir '' U
(llitted for McKenery In eighth inning
New York . fti)2O0Oftft.
11 v.. v...i, " ' li
Lincinii.ui 11 n o 1 ft 0 0 n 0 i
... .."n7A v : ".:.'. i "" ;'.i:'i''
' 1-ell on bases- .New' York. 2: riiH ml V .'
, first base on Pal . Off Schauer. 2; off Me.
Mariiuard. r bv MeKeuerv, 3'' bv Tone.-
Two his; lilt l.nbert Sacrifice bit-Merkle
!"ble plai sFlechcr. Do)le and llraliianl'
Dooln and Doyle'- llcrro n. Mn lw.t, ti .1
; Kenery tiroh llerr.if and Mnllwltj Ilit- j.
, pitched hall-lly McKenery (Siiodirras.l. 11 ,,,
off Siimuir. 2 n three am ....im.i ...
,,,0''N',i"1i',!;' .'l.J-'i .1'"' n!ihlrd in-
."" Mt.r' i'."' .".V!!. "ne-thlnl
i . .a.;,;. "w,. w-vswf
?'"'"'. .. I Mw. nine-1
'' 1 1 ""j.
!
American Assnrlatlnn,
AT LOPISVILLE.
,
, Minneapolis... 0 I 1 ft 0 1 a , -? !', ,
Loulsuil... . 10203010 n.;
i Batteries Willi tins. Vlngllng ,111.1 s.illl"
l''"' "" ( r",,ln-
AT COI.l'tlltl's -
III sa-i-
Si Paul . . 3 1 0 0 1 0 0 o , , '
i..iiiiiiiuis. ft ft 11 1 o 1 n 1 .1 ...
BHterles Ball nnd .Inhn.i.n. cunts,
I (I'Tnnle ainr Coleman.
SECOND o imp
' 1 oami.
, Si. Paul 0 2 0 1 ft 11 0 3 ft. ti -j
Culuinbiis .. rt ft 0 I 0 0 0 ft 2 1 11 1
Batteries Lailiinp and lllenn. Si heue.
! bci a and llolicrlsou
I flev cland-Mllw aukre iraliu
Uinl CH.V -1 IliiltU. spoils c
I'll
Weslern League,
lie, Moines, A, Ot,, alia. 4.
rilniix I II) 10, Topeka, 4 (rlrat gaiuti
.slnut (il), 3. Topeka, 2 (second fame),
No other game scheduled,
to Capture
SKEETERS 00 TO NEW LONDON.
in Id mi IJoiid Aiilhitrltr 'hHne
Will nr Mnilf Week.
Nkw Lonpon, Conn.. Auk. . It '
riniiored here, apparently on excellent
authority, thai the Jersey City liuh of
the International LeiiRUe Is likely to play
two or three Rallies each week In this
city duilng the remainder of the season.
(leoiKe U. Brest, treasurer of the New
lmdoii club, admitted to-day that such
a plan had been advocated. He said he
was of the opinion that the scheme
would -be tried, though he declined to be
uuoted olllclally to that effect. The New
liiulim club olllclals are of the opinion
that Jersey City will play Its first game
at Plant Field some time next week.
INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE.
Yesterday's Iteaidts.
Toronto. 4: Jersey City. 2 i first aamel.
Toronto. 4; Jersey City, u (second
Kl?urra1o. l, llarrlshurg, 5 (first gam.
Buffalo, li Harrlsburg, 1 (second
gainei.
Itlchmond. 3t lint heater, 1 (first gatnel.
ltochester, s. Itlchmond. 3 (second
ganiei
Proi Idsnce-.Montresl (ralnl
Standing of the Clubs.
W L. If W I. PC
Proviilcor i.7 .li) .&v.,Ro-hestfr....4ft 4 41s
Buffalo. ..!.' 3J Mi Toronto 4ft M .141
llarrtshiirr .4 tl S Fllelimnnd....S9 :..' .t:
Montreal . 17 13 .WJJirsev City.. 33 f.7 X.
Tn.da's H-liediile.
Jersey city In ltochetr
Harrlsimrg In Montrea.
Providence In Buffalo.
Itlchsxond In Toronto.
At Toronto.
FlltST C.A.Mi:
It H. K.
Jersey City (I L.l 2 0 0 ft 0 0 ft 0 ft J 4 3
Toronto (I. I. i - ft 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 x 1 fi 0
Batteries Sherman. UIiik and Tr.ige-
cr; McTlgue and Kooher.
SUCONU (IAMB
It. II. K
Jerey City (1. L.) ftftO00000 0-0 2 1
Toronto (I. l..i o o ; ft o 1 1 o x 4 11 o
Batteries Verhnut and lteynolds; Luque
and Korher.
At lliirTalo.
FlltST (JA.MK.
It. 11. i:
Banish'i: (I L.) 1 0 4 0 0 ft 0 ft tl 4
lluffalo tl I..).. 0 2ft I ft o fl 0 x t
Batteries Barrlsburs, Schacht and
Becklnger, nuffabi, I'uUemvlder and On
s'ow snco.sD IIAMP..
It. II. E.
Ilarrtsh'r ill. lOftoioooo o t ;.
llllltalo II L. l u 0 rt 0 0 0 3 2 X 3 7 I
Batteries lliirrtsliiirg. I'haliek and
Snou , Butfalo, Bader anil l.alonge.
At Kocbesler.
FlltST CAME.
It II V.
H.cliniond it. L 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 3 3 1
P.oche.ter (t 1.1 ft 0 rt ll 0 0 0 1 I 2 2
Batteries ltusseil and schaufele;
Benlie. Erlckson and Williams and Wana
maker SECOND CAME .
it B E
Ulclitiiiind 1 1. L. 1. .000000101 j i: ;
Batte'rleWam and " Schaufele. ih.rf
and Williams.
nmimr
C0LUM!
L.
i -n"" W
COLUMBIA COACH IS CHOSEN
Ithheld Mr llnrry Flaher
tn Am ni'i- Tii.ii.i
The task of selecting the man who will
coarh Columbia's football team next fall
has been completed and the name of the
new coach probably will lie announced
to-day by Harry A, Fisher, graduate
. in.-iliager ill ainielics on .tlorninira
: i Heights.
Since Columbia decided to restoro foot,
, ball the choice of a proper coach ha'
i been one of the biggest problems, that
I h.la confronted the athletic iintli.irltlca
has confronted the athletic authorities
and they have taken plenty of time to
1 mf their selection. Cnder the rule
1 made by the university authorities when
It umh ami..u.icpd that fnoihall wnuM bn
restored at Colutubla, the new coach will
i i. ., .... i, t .i, e,.....i,.. .....i .....1..1.1..
. . - tii.iii.'i -i . i '- . ... ..,. ..nil inuiiain.
wdl be enrolled In the department of
, nhvs
'. V,
leal education, of which Dr (leorge
L. Meylan Is the head.
Tetns Lengue.
Waco, IS (iiilwstiui, 1.
Dallas, 2 Hi-.lill.in.it, 0
Fort Worth, ii. San Antonio, 5.
Slireteport. Houston, 2.
North Carolina lasagne
charlotte. 0. Wlnsion-Salem, J,
Creensboro. 6; Durham. 2.
Raleigh, 3; Ashevllle,
Colonial l.etigiie.
New llai en. 10, Sprltigtle.il. 2.
otliir games postponed, rain
Virginia League,
Suffolk. I lloeky Mount. 0
Norfolk, s Portstnoiitli. 0
Newport News. !i Petersliurg ii.
.notes of the Toramrr otants
CINCINNATI Aug f. Mariiuard ills-
rinsed tip top td'. hlng tn-dai . following it
",'0i,h i 1 Vi '"1,''",l1 K"'"es by him.
'x" f r .f".,,'.,"?r: . '. l"'n "'"IK naMy
I a -ellef tw trier, but on starting a ganin
""'
n b.ii
1
10 lose lonflilence when men get
.tses.
1 (leorge Burn, had a frail afiernoo,, with
' the wand . Be. was up nine times ,1
. mj::
Ile was thrown
I An odd play took place In 11m fourth '
Inning of the second game Theie was il
. run lit" of llralnanl and l.nbi rl Moll- ,
nliz iluallv li.nl 1. nth men at second Ile
touched Bralniiril. and Ihe latter, pitching
I forward, fell again! Lobert and Jarred him
, loin from the anchorage MollHlta ibe.i
tmii'heil Bonus fur the second out There
were icns in niiiiri.e.iu rrom the hone
Iiemls Lobert wasn't in bbin.e tn ant wai.
Three pitched balls retired the (Hants In
. . ...... 1.. . . .
, 1 ne ..in.... iiioiiiK ... in. secnml ti 1 to...
'L'''", 1 1 1 ami llralnanl
'. t.ro..uiieii.
Two catrhers Iliad, thiee hits aplec
tlejcrs and IMllgo were the liu h.u
v esters,
As a pinch bitter Von Wolnltr was a fail
uie Ile inn. I In that capacity twice and
fanned twice.
'fn. morrow ihe .limits win return to th
simple life of single headers.
The wrlther was mil hiii1 threatening
and Hie ,ieniluni e eiiiHtluird
.Merkle. work In centre field was d.
liiiclli r.iihI Be had an error on a ground
hall, but did high i'!a. work Be Is fiai,
covers ground and judges fl) hall, rlsnrly
ss well as ti.lug 1 sure catch. Hed bs a
star In the outllcld If he stayed there.
Single Games
RECORDS BEATEN ON
EVE OF TITLE MEET
Kuniirrs, .luiniii'iN iiud Wriirlit
Mon Siii'iii"s World MurKs
in PrnHice Trials.
jrxioiis SKT F0II T0-HAV
lly tllll.VIV W. "IIMPI'tnil.
Cnn ell n f tllllrote A. .
San rn.t.scisco. Aug. .". If the n'im.il
chaiiiplon'"lps of I he A. A I' had he.
held to-day Instead of tu-tnornm' art)
Saturday as scheduled there would
a bunch sif new world's leiotds i w-
down In the books to-n gin llu- nt
Jumiilng and weight throwing i' ae .
duccd lem.ii'kable perfoi man, , i
jiractlce workouts of s'ais (si
parts of the oountlj
The. present atti'iitlon Is . r iiini i '
on the Junior championship" t - ' 1
to-morrow hut the Ida ct.nt- ' a
day followliig conimiiiiil h.ef
Ted Meredith would bo tin- leu ' '
hour right now If It wen- tint I "i i -negro
named Dlsinuiid. MunlM . a -nut
half extending hlniMlf. i n i -pi
mile htralKhtaway trial lb s i 'i
In .4S seconds, finishing wn -effort
at sprinting that he seen I i.i
ble of two aecoiiils bi-tter time i !
howeter, I' siid to hate d- ue -w i le -ter
ttin tlint early this inoi-i i,g '
nobody but his mentor. Co.u . tl..
Stngg of the rnlii-i'it of ("In i
looking on. liliinnd. whu Ins t a
tuiesiiue first ri.tt.u- d p.n.j i. t
with How. ml Drew tin- position a lol
of the local tiegiu population
Two gigantic weight men fnn
middle West Uneaten to upset tin
ot the U.i-dern whales. At lb- Ma -Chicago
Inn led the discus tlu
unbelievable distance of l1:i ti: i
and l-e Talbol of Kansa-. '
coming close to the n. ord
events, discus, shot, ham n. .
piiund weight
Worthlugtou of l!n-ri. !
I Miearn of Chicago wen- toe .In i
'sensations, the former d i g .imi .1 '
;ln the broad .mil the litter evcllt n. i
on n wisild's record se.eial tinu
hop step Jump.
Joe lligglus, ill,. Boston I"
companieil my M.IIiom- A A pu'i
has been doing won.Ieifnl imi..
half mile trials He has i
er.il sfconiN and ha.s a u i
beat Taber .-'atuidav
Hi.
10 ;'-v '"' H'-- sir. iigth f.n
run, which rutin s later If T
to case up lllggins mil ln.it
""' iny dmiht. n also ,..
, Cornell ll ne (loesnt .im
a big risk of toweling h.s
Kivlat In the mile
kivv.v iooks tine .nil
smoothly than 1 etir saw h ,i
I This was hN first l. I
natural! he was an" ooi.
Inteiest, slnci- he Is uxpe.'ti.!
the record holder In the u-. ..
own net event. All the mm
.1 !
ile i;i.l.AptkiiM'a l.-uii .v,.icr,. ., ,
In tiptop shape -ilf.il. aul '
a possibility of an oi..-
them out for ,ne seiioi .
.Western clubs, though, ac .i
. In huvn lb Unlit l.n-u. !v ..
to hat
ll. the
I
i MA
Juniors to-moiton
MAY RUN BIG PACE SUNDAY
firaml Circuit Ciiiiinit
I lillijili-le
tt II . .
Scbeiliile n Olbi-r
KAI,AMA7.on, MIi-'i ,'
'again upset the tab ul.i i.i. .
Circuit racers and nfn
the last minute foi .1 1. -.-j
to get on the tin- k in- 1 -postponed
until to-moi nw 1
I third Idle day of the .,,
I To-day's .otpiinciin v. .
the first Sunday r.u in- u
In Michigan, as tn.
, forward to the hol.l.ng .' u
I for alt-pacing liiaminniish ;
1 weather peiinlttlug, .i-ci . .1
.exhibition among tv ..
thrie heats. Those bch 1 1 '
argue that as ball games 1
are permitted mi the SiiMm
see no hat 111 In horse 1 .
t a confetence liebl t -
Important races wen nr. 1 1
North Itandall tr.n k il 1 '.
day. August il. li 1
a $5,onn pvtte Lee w
' Peter Vol.,, In one. ami Mi
j Directum I . In the othc 1
a 2 In 3 licit iiffnli. w ' '
, dn Wed 70 and .in.
.oiltlieril I e Iglii'
Utile tim k. 10. N. i 1 1
game 1
1 1 . 1 - i. v
out I K.imei
Memphis, 1111 in . 11 if 1 'i
Atlanta. N isIim )e I
Mobile. .'. I'll illnn mg 1 '
I'lllillc ( oast I I'licur
Vernon, 4. tMMaml 'I
Los Angiie-. . Pur. I in 1
San Fr ini l.i o, 13 Si-'
gamel.
.11 1 . it. 7 s: . 1. , . - .
giniel
Prosper! Pur), Buscl.nll He-'.
s.u York W
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