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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1916.
rees am Dodgers Make Clean Sweeps of Series With League Leaders Braves Score Over Giants
RED SOX CRUSHED
AGAIN BY YANKEES
IN FARCICAL GAME
LMffM Loaders Do Wretched
Work Afield Mogrldge in
BRA VES BECOME FRISKY
AS THEIR TALLIES MOUNT
Indulge in Considerable Cheap Wit and Persiflage
Perritt Relieved by Matty, Who Can't
Pass Boston Bats.
KAISIL SUSPENDED FOE
DI8PUTI WITH UMPIRE
The Yankees won their third straight
csm at Ponton yten1ay, taking tha
full series from tha Red Box. Detroit,
hUWIPCi wri beaten by tha White Box
anil lost an opportunity to m tip
practlrally to even derma with tha pace
maker. New York made a alight gain
on Waahlngton, which divided a double
header with the Athletics. St. Louie
took the meaaure of Cleveland.
Nesr Tork. I . Bolton, I.
Cklcsse, l; Detroit. I.
Phi sdslphls, I; Waahinfton. I rtlret
'Vlahlnfton. 7; Philadelphia. (aeceeid
St. Ixiul. 4; Cleve1e.nd. 1.
Detailed Standing ef the Clubo.
New York... .
it.tmsi lost. .
41 44 It M
n & t
I.' ii ii
it io lie
aid I I
By beating Philadelphia for tha third
atraJght time yeaterday afternoon at
Ebhete Field tha Dodgera made a clean
awaap of the aerlea and got within one
full game of the pacemakers. Boa-
ton turned tha tables on the Olants and
kept within two games of the Dodgers.
Oreat Interest will centre In to-day'a
games In Brooklyn, aa a double header
la carded between the Braves snd Dod
gera, Chicago beat Bt. Louis. Clncln
nstl downed tha Pirates.
Beaten. 7; Niw Tork, I.
Brookrrn. 7; Philadelphia, 1.
(.tnrmatt, Pluehufg, I.
Chicago, I; t. Louis. I.
Detailed studies ef the Close.
Washington In New York.
Philadelphia In Bister,.
Ft l.onli In I'leveland.
Reir hi In Chlcsf o.
St. I mil. .
Clnclaaatl. . .
17 41 U 70 M
ALL THREE GAMES
TAKEN BY DODGERS
Phillies Drubbed In Final of
Series Douglas Yields Not
a Hit in Six Innings.
PARKS WINS HIS OWN GAME. REDS TAKE FAREWELL GAME.
LEAGUE LEAD TS IN SIGHT
the sort of ball players they Rre wits
they'd finish minus eighth.
In the eighth Inning when there came
a yelping chorus from the Iloeton Boon
umpire Byron went over and read thu I Though the Dodgera beat the Phillies
Inmates thereof a lecture, and they suh- by a score of 7 to 1 at Ebbeta Field
7, 1 yelp w"e not yesterday afternoon, making a clean
rree from personalities. Some persons -- , ,. ......
regard these low tactics as evidence of I We'P f the ,nre0 "me '"d
spirit, morale and sand, while others 1 Pulng them within a game of the
regard them as contemptible and as be- league leaders, there waa aome aadneaa
amlrchlng a fine sport ; but he that as It In Brooklyn last night. Until Qawy
53. when'thVUTn mmSf " lava.h singled In the seventh Inning.
Larry Doyle, who had h i oiavttia ! VMl Douglua win Bhootlng at a no hit
splendidly, had a day of deterioration
and missed chancea at the bat and In
the field. Hla errors darkened the New
York outlook. , He had a chance for a
double play In the first Inning after
Kgan had singled, but fumbled and got
only one man. That coat a run. though
Dooln'e failure to throw straight on a
double ateal waa the direct cause of the
run. Magee singled a runner around
tu tnirn ana men tne Gourde pilfer was
game and seemed likely to accomplish
Douglaa had gone Just as far toward
a hltleaa game aa had Larry Cheney
the day before, when the lntter'a arm
cramped and sent him to the ahower.
Douglaa. apparently, stood the better
show of landing In the hall of fame, for
up to the time that Cravath planted hla
hit in left Held, the Brooklyn fielders
After Pitching- Well Rerr.lt Raps
Oat Doable In Eleventh.
Clsvilantj, Sept. 7 The Browns de
feated the Indians here to-day In eleven
Innings, to 1. Parka, a recruit pitcher
from Kentucky University, pitched for
the Browns snd twirled fine ball. Two
singles, a base on balls and a double by
Parka gav the Browns three rune and
the gams In tha eleventh Inning. Tha
ST. LOUIS. (A. L.) I CLIVltLAND iA M )
ab h p a Si sb h n a
8hottnn.lI. (14 0 1 Chepm'n.M 6 0 o A n
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l o Kirk. lb. . . .
7 o'Wtmby.'Jb .
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0 4 0 0
3 4 0 0
! 3 0 0
1 10 1 0
0 0 0 0
1 10 0 0
0 0 I ii
lleach Adams for Five lllta and
Foar Hane In Second.
PiTTSBtTRO, Sept. 7 The Cincinnati
Beds played their last game of the sea
son in Pittsburg to-day, defeating tha
Pirates I to 3. Adams relieved Kan
tlehner In tha first Inning and was
reached for five hits and four runs In
the second, whloh settled the contest.
Toney kept the lical hits scattered In
the seventh, when four safeties scored
two runs. The score:
CINCINNATI (N Is) PITTSTlirRQ (N L )
. . ab h p a e ab h n a e
Kllllfrr.ef. 4 110 0 Carey.lf.. .. I i o n
Oroh.Jb ... 4 11 0 3 Oi.lohnaton.lb 4 I 13 0 0
nerrot.es .424: rvoilins.CI.., 4220
t.nintn.rr. i o a u i) mnin n.rl
Mollwilt.ib 4 0 7 0 0. Wasncr.ee.
Iaei.t... 9 0 10 0IVIos:b...
Winsn.r 4 17 1 1 BaiM .lh
.I.Was'r.lb 4 1 3 0 0 fiibaos,..
40 7 W 10 1
Tot alt... 4
tried. Dooln threw so high to Fletcher had not received one hard chance. Per
New Tork In HtitUdelphta.
""inn in nrontim ttWO
Chlmgo In 8L Loul.
Boston, Sept. 7. By winning to-dsy's
gsme the Yankees made It three straight
over the Red Sox. Oeorga Mogrldge,
recently of Dcs Molnea, la., twirled for
the Yankees. It waa Mogrldge's flrst j
start as a member of the Yankee clan
aitd he pitched good ball, holding the
league leader" to eight hits. The final
core was S to 3.
The contest was a farcical ona as far
a- Boston was concerned. The league
lenders played a brand of ball charac
teristic of a second division club. The
errors they made helped to give the
Yanks a lead that the home club found
It Impossible to overcome. The Yan
kees for once hit the ball, getting a
total of twelve safetlea for the 'lay.
I' id ly Baumami. who covered third, aa
Ifaise has been suspended for three
d i y? I.. . tusi of his runln with O'Lough- I
lln Monday, mads thrss hits, as also did
Tht Yankees got three hits oft Shore 1
In the opener, but wen' able to make I
tl in count for only a elngle run. After i
Cok popped up Pecklnpaugh singled i
and went to second on Baumann's smssh ;
to left. Poddy died at second on Plpp's
force out play, which put Pecklnpaugh
In a position to score. A clean drive by
BikIi sent Peck home. A quick play on
Miller's rap by (Sardner prevented Plpp,
alio was on third, from scoring.
Boston went completely to pieces in
the third, when the Yankees swelled
their total by five runs. Severa of them
were gifts, for the Bed Box fielded ex-1
redingly poorly behind Shore. Cook re- , BtNATOKS ARN EVEN BKEAIk
if trsd a pass. Peck bunted and Shore's I
throw was ton late to get the runner at Lose Flrat to Athletics, bat Tskr
in, midway Baumann placed a slow
onto liarrtner. who should have had an
May . lit. The latter, howevar. made ai I'liiI.APKi.ritiA, Sept. 7. The Ath
' I ilirow over first and Cook and i letics divided a double header with
Pe. k n pa ugh scored. Baumann kent on ! Washington to-day. winning the flrnt
running. An he neared ihlrd Unnnp I gSlttS by rn r, and losing the second
henved the hall over that base, which I 7 to 4- Wally Schang waa aplked badly
is i;:ic.iverd. and rt.nimnnn fin-.i I on the thumb by Milan In the first
fthore, rallied, nasaisl I'ipp. Then i Kam0- Th
Ihi Yanks adopted ira battlna tactlca FIItT GAME
eh worked successfully. High boat, ASIU .bh'i
on- a hunt. Miller tapped an casv 1 " inn
By WILLIAM . Hjlf7rA.
The Giants delivered a poor ball game
at the Polo (Irounda yeaterday and were
beaten by the flip, fresh and forward
Bostons. The score waa 7 to I. It was
a close gsme until the exigencies of
strife sent In s pinch hitter for Perritt
and brought Matty In to pitch where
Poll left off. Not only waa Matty hit
much harder than Terrltt waa hit. but
hla support waa equally lax and deleteri
ous, and four Boston rune In the last
two Innings turned a close combat Into
a one sided one. The Braves probably
would have won anyway, but then again
the Olanta, without the mental hasard
of the last four runs, might have made
a finish not so tame.
The Olanta started off on the wrong
foot and stayed on It. It waa the poorest
game they have played In a week, and
no wonderful game would have been re
quired to beat the Braves. The latter
didn't look like champions at any time
and showed little confidence until they
piled up their late game lead. Then,
when the battle looked safe, the crow'a
feet disappeared and they began to get
frisky, particularly In the line of banal
witticisms or whatever form their gab
and "riding" took.
Meyers chased a foul In the eighth
Inning, his cap fell off and his abundant
hair streamed out. "(Set a hairpin !"
came from Uie Boaton bench, and the
spectators had no more than laughed
lliemaelvea Into hysterica over thla aaucy
slam " an Maranville. Impertinent In
inverse ratio to his slxe. steeped a ver
bal dart In subtle humor and shot It at
Thorpe, to wit : "They tell me you're a
football coach." If the Braves were
that the latter did well to bring the
throw down. He ran down Magee, but
i ompton came over the croaelng.
Dutch Schmidt, who wia all purred up
with pugnacity the day before, rattled
the right seats In the grand stand with
home run In the fourth, and In the
fifth the Giants acored when Merkle
rushed a home run Into the left field
seata. Prior to that three rhanree to
score had been wanted bv h fjt.mta
With two on In the second and none out
Doyle was caught adrift from second
when Fletcher missed In trying to sac
rifice: In the third Thorpe singled with
nono out, hut raced like mad to second
on a pop fly and was doubled ; In the
fourth a hit and run device didn't
work, and (Irant, who was leading a
two man charge, ran Into an out Instead
of assistance from the batter.
Magee's single, Doyle's wide open
mlas of Schmidt's grounder and a first
base out put a Brave on tho plate In
the sixth, and In the eighth nnd ninth,
off Marty, a Jumble of hits wl a sea
soning of sacrifices and fillip of fumbles
mado earned and unearned Increment,
four runs big, for the llppy champions.
Jim Thorpe had a rich chance to All
a heroic part In tho seventh liming, hut
toseed It into the ash heap Merkle
walked with nobody out and Fletcher
doubled. A hit would have been a hard
blow for the uneasy Braves, but Jim
atruck out In that substantial, explicit
and unequivocal way he has of striking
out. Meyers sent a fly to the outfield
and brought In a run. The score :
BOSTON (N. L.1 NSW YORK ( N. L)
ab hnae ah h n a
m i stayer, i s o r dis ioui
Etvi.Jb 4 2 2 4 i 'Irani, T
roinrion.rf Rill O'Koh'tenn.rf
Mssee it... ssio 0. Doyle.:...
rV-htntul.lt S .7 10 0 0 Merkle. lb .
Smlth.Sb ... till I Kletohrr M
M Aran's as. 4 0 13 1 ' Th.orpe.cl
Oowdy.e... 4 3 14 Olsmtne. . .
Katrui.p... 4 0 10 OlMeyersr..
Totals, nil ru 1 -Sonant: ...
l : : o
3 3 0 0
1 i 2
: 1.1 i o
i s l
12 0 0
S 1 3 0
0 n i i
o o o o
I Tvt al B IS ft 14 4
Batted for Perritt In the seventh inning
New Yerk 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0-2
Rune-Boston. Etan. Cnmpton 2. Main.
Schmidt. QOWdy, Kalian; New York, Merkle :
First base on error Ronton. I: New York. 1
J,eft on bSSOg. Boslon. 7: New York. 6 llaee
on balln Off Rat an. lj off Perritt. I Struck
out By Kagan. 2: by Perritt. 3 Home riuin
-Schmidt. Merkle Two base hit Fletcher.
Sacrifice hita SnOdgfSSS, Raaran Sacrifice
fly Mryera Double play a Kuan. Maranville
and Schmidt: Coniptnn and Schmidt llitu
Off rerrltt. In aeven Inning: oft Mat hew.
son. 7 in two innuun I'mpire In chief -Byron.
Field umpire-Eaton Time 1 hour
and (at minutes
hapa If Unvvy hadn't been ao unkind
the two blowa that followed later might
have been choked off. Douglas let down
a bit aa soon aa his record was marred
and Brooklyn had made a runaway of
It was a wonderful game that
Douglas pitched despite the one run he
threw away and the segregated hits of
ench of the last three Innings. His ex
hibition In the first six rounds was aa
close to perfection as could bt- Imagined.
Only three Quakers saw first base all
of theae through passes. Luderus
walked with one out In the seconti. He
was caught stealing before Whltted
ambled. Stork drgW his base with two
out lii the sixth. During this time
Douglas struck out half a dozen bat
ters. All season the Dodgers at home have
Seemed able to Wield some strange In
fluence over Pnt Moran's men. The
Phillies have played their worst ball at
Kbhets Field. Yesterday they appeared
anything but tho alert, aggressive,
snappy team that has fought so re
ligiously to hold the lead this long. In
deed, from the moment that Alexander
was overwhelmed on Labor !ay morn
ing, the courage of the Philllea has
seemed to be at a low ebb.
Fr three InnltiKS the Quakers stood
up behind George McQuillan. With one
out in the fourth Stengel tripled to
right centre and raced In on t'utshaw's
fly to l'askert After that It was all off.
The I todgers scored two runs each In
the fifth, sixth and seventh. McQuillan
w.is hit pretty fl-eely and one bad error
figured In each rally, a sign anything
but reassuring to a team that has been
under such a strain all season. Tlnrup
retired the 1 lodgers In order In the
eighth, but he had nothing at slake.
CgrgleSSnSSS was largely responsible
for Philadelphia's one run off Pouglas.
Willi one out in the ninth Paakcrt sin
gled and side second. CUtghgw held
the runner while he threw out Cravath.
Then Douglas hit Luderus. Next he
uncovered a pitch so wild that it rolled
Into tho Brooklyn bench, giving Paskert
a run. The score :
0 o NUMmUjV,
0 0 0 Totals
Run for Jaeobion In the eleventh Inning
tBstted for Barbara In the eleventh
St I ... i I i a AAA. A... '.
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tleveiend 10000UOOOO 0-1
Runs- St. Louis. Wslker. Lavan. 3: Howard
CleTfland. Graney Two baes hita-Pnrka
taivati ? MihIat 4 . A. v. . . t -,'
baoeo -Shot ton. Staler Double play T.wvan
Pratt and Slew struck out fly Mitchell
by Parka. 3 Wild plleJlMltchell Km
pippe-Brano and Chill. Time I hours
Nathvllle. 10: Memphis. 4.
New Orleans, I. Atlanta, 0 (firtt gamo
New Orltans, I: Atlanta, 3 (second
I.Hile Rock, I: Chattanooga. I.
Mobile. 4: Birmingham. I.
4 10 10 Coftello
4 2 4 0 I
0 2 2 0
4 113 0
4 10 10
2 0 S 1 0
110 0 0
....-WWuiwo 10 11
8J 37 I 1 Kan'hner.p t o n o 0
isnbma.p o o 0 o 0
Cooper p.... 1 0 1,2
ItHarney 110 0 0
I Hill, p 0 0 0 0 0
Iglln 10 0 0 0
I Totals... 12 27 12 "I
Rutted for Gibson In the eeverrth inmnf
rliattiwl for ciooper tn the aeventh Inning
dialled for Hill In the ninth inning
Cincinnati 1 4 0 0 0 0 1 0 A
Pittsburg 10000020 03
Rurav-Cancinnau. Killifer. : Wingo. J
Wajriirr. Te.ney. Plttthurt. Johnston. Cos
tello. Rarney Two base hits Oroh. John
slon. Vtnx Three ba hut-Killifer. Oroh
Sacrlfloe hit -Collins Stolen baeea Herrng.
Carey, Jnhnaton Rasee on balls -Off Toney
1: off Kantlehner. 1; off Hill. 2 Struck
out By Toney. 4; by Cooper. 2: by Bill. 1
I'mpires Rifltir and Orth. Time 1 hour snd
rarlfle roost League.
San Franrlflci, 4; Angetet, 3.
No other rtmci played.
Yesterday ' Results.
Brooklyn. I: Newark, S.
l'lttthurg. 3; KatuHis city, 3 (first sic
Pltttburg. 4, Kansas City. 3 (Second
St l -..its I; Chlrsgo, 0 (first garnet.
Chicago, 1: pt. I, sta. 2 (seron.l gaiuel
Biiffalo-Ralthrvort twet grnunda).
Standing of the Clabs.
W. L PC!
73 IK 570 Kansas CKy (17 2
in mi u itiinaio .
07 M Hi .... 1. 1 1 ii g
70 02 .'..W Baltimore... 41
T. .1st . Hrhednle.
Brooklyn In Newark.
Baltimore In HuffaJo.
l'lttthurg In Kansas City.
Untied for Reulbseti In the elrbth in
llrnnklyn . o J I 0 0 S I S-g
Newark SSSSS0SS as
Run- Rrooklyn. Anderson. Masse. Xsnff 1
( o.ilr fia. nfl.-e liltt -t iKiis-r. Smith.
Mysra Stolen baas -MS-fas Two base hlts
I.SSd. Oooosf Hut -Off ii. .. .. i -. m right
Inmnga; ,,n Rrandom, I in om- intiins. Basse
OS ball, Kciilltaeh. : off Kinneran. I,
Siruek out By Keulhst-li. t, . by Finneran. 2:
or Hrnnom. 1 D.tubl.. play, l.niiorte and
Huhn: Loportt. Eamoml and Ituhn Flrtt
bass on errors- Mrmtklyn. : it-ft on bna
Newark. I; Broeklra . Umnlret U'.u.r
TWENTY DWlNOe ARE BARREN
Netvfrds Shot om by Brookfeila
Again Klntrrin llniniou
Nswark, Bept. 7 When the Brts.k
feds shut out the Newfeds here to-day,
score to 0, It made twenty straight
Innings the Ganxelltes have blanked the
locals. Joe Finneran had the locals
eating out of his hand from start to
finish. Ed Hetilhach was hit fr t ly. The
BROOKLYN (F L )
ah h p
Anrtera'n.rf 6 110
Coo per. If
Mnitn.ss... i o
Halt.3b 4 1
Land.r 4 i
Finneran. p 4 1
Tot all M u
0 RrtllSi-h et
o Huhn. lb. . .
0 ItaTiden.c. . .
(i Iteulhach p
30 I 27 II 2
Flint, ran Tune
1 hour an.) 30
At Kansas ( My.
i'ittauutg iF I. I. .0 (l : I) I 0 00(1
Kassai Cits ' F. L to 1 o n n s 1 a o
Batteries Knelser, Bargsr atiu
I'ullop and F.aattrly.
SUCOND a Aim
1 1 it r
IW-i r .
.0 0 0 011 002-
1 1 0 o 1 0 0 n ii o
H H V
1 '.. I A
Pittsburg if I., i
Kant. in City i F I
an. lln. u ii
At HI. Ixtals.
It II .
Chlcagn i F. L . .. ii o S n S o o t o. -o t f
SI I. ..ill- iF l.i 000 2 00011 3 I I
Batteries llrennan and WllStnl; !svig-
port and Hartley.
R H I
Phlesgs i F l.i... 00000002 l s 7 i
hi Loult IF 1. 1.10010000 0 S 4 0
Bat', rlss- - Hendrlx and WliaoS. Watseo
In U.S. Is 1 1 . c r n In I ma sprnr.
In the course of IiIh preparation for
his match with Willie Iloppn. Kojl
1 imada played a practise game gt
Dsly's last night with George W. Hpear.
Yumatlu won by Hi) to 60. The winner
had high rutin of 26, II and 75 and an
eve raffs of IS 8-l. Ysmnda will meet
Tom Gallagher In another practloe
"A Rubber Chain Tread built on a Powerful Modern Tire"
HULA (M 1.1
ab h p a
Stock 7b .10 11
llrvra-mft ss i ..
l'askert .'( 4 4
Cravath tf 4 1
I.'l.lerc 'b 2 0 11
Whilti.l if soi
Niehnff !b. 3 0 2
KlIlifeT.e.. 0 i. 0
Ru-ns c. . . 3 1 ;
I M.Oiul'n.p 2n
I Recker.... 1 0 0
Tin. up. p.. . ooo
BROOKLYN M, L
ah h p a e
1 4 t
1 (1 Mara.as 4
0 linnnert.lb 4
o 0 Steisicl.rf. 4
i o Cmthaw.to
o o Myera.ef . . .
0 o Oett.Jb.,.,
0 t. Miller.e ...
1 0 Doitglns p.
12 0 0
o e o o
3 0 10
0 10 0
0 0 1
W KEEP A TIRE RECORD "I'k1
WZ wyk g Tvq
F... .. "sm -M .B-aiisw jrgat '---- -
Second Schanar Badly Spiked.
In S:irn. Oi tiiier came In to field the Bnehiins.p
lii:-t a d Barrv went nvee to nova.- tm . Foster ;b. .
Went Over to cover flrat
Jc k muff.d Hhore'a throw and I'lppi
i. " I whl.e Huih went to third. The
Rtter s ored when Boone laid down a
7" ft ' unt near flrst. Krti'-ger ssvoi.
I When Mogrldge tapped to Barry.
iler was nailed at the plate. Boone
got aa far aa third eventually, but Cook
fr unded to Barry.
M cr.dge held the Sox to one. hit for
four lm.lnga. Boston finally solved him
In the fifth for two runs. The Box got
Bur Utl during the batting rally. Cax
rtgan sent janvrin In to hit In place of
r and the younaater atajtad th
'SOUl .. w;ti, a single to left. Barry
i with a double. nd Janvrin
1 1 w'iHe Boone was tossing out
crlN A lonir single to centre by Itiy
produced the other run. Collins,
ha'1 succeeded rThore after a pinch
Wtter batted for him In the third, also
' hard, Re managed to shut out
i inks In the fourth and fifth, but
, ' ' 1 two rune In the next. With
n 'hlrd nnd Baumann on second
JS tin result of a Mt. sacrifice and Jan
' n - error. High doubled, tallying both
Milan i f
S 0 1
4 2 1
3 0 0
4 1 I
r, l is
4 1 I
2 0 0
2 1 0
' run the Red Sog acored In the
'h was in a great measure a jlft
a igh fumbled Barry's rap and
i. noweo tne error with a pnased
' anigan s Infield out put Barry
'd and he scored when Peck threw
filled the baaeo In the ninth
was down. Mos-rldo-e hnnAt
" Snd the game ended wfhen Peck
i l'""r st first on the letter's
r The score :
'""K A I, ,J I BOSTON
Mil V i A LI
a e ab h p a
o O'Davlet.rf . . 3 n n 0
0 0 Walsh. II ... 4 2 .'. 1
1 OlStrunk.ef... 3 13 0
0 2 Laj.ite.it ... 4 1 0 4
2 1 M. Innli lb. I 1 11 3
0 0 Sehsns lb .3133
o l,Oldrinr.3b.. oooot
1 0Malone2b ... 3 0 3 1
3 i llcAvar.e... 2011
3 o Anker.ii 2 0 12 0
o O'Knowlion.p. 10 0 10
Totals . ..14 134 10 I Totals. .23 27 Is C
Wsshlngton . o 0 0 2 3 1 0 a I
Philadelphia 40100001 x .
Runs- Philadelphia. Maries. Walsh Sirunk
Laiole. Melnnli. Hchaiii: : Waslniik-tuu. Fuller
Milan. Oandll Maer. MeRrlde Hlti-Off
Anker. S in four and two thirds innlngi: off
Kunwlaon. & tn four and one-thir.l Intilnits:
off Gallia. f in tlx lnnints: off Boehlinr. 1 in
two inninti. Three base hits Sehans. Moel
Isr. Strunk Saeriftci- hits Stnink. Shanks
Stolen hase--Acnste Left on bases Phi ia.i-l
phis. 1; Washington. II Struck out My Gal
lia, lj by Boehllrif. :t Double plays Williams
and McBrlde; Foster nnd Gsndil First base
on errors Phi latlelphi a. 1: Washington. 4.
Flrtt base on bsllt Off Attker. off Gallia.
2: off Knnwlton. 1 Hit by i itched ball By
Anker iFoitrri Wild pitch Anker I'mplrei
Nallln and Dineen. Tun.- i hour atitl IjO
WASHINGTON (A L II PII1LA (A L )
ab h n
Moeller.rl . s o 1
Milan , f ..
I o Walih.lf. .
0 O'Strunk.ef .
I olOldrlns 3b
alt h ti
.1 l 1
1 W'" h
ao n pas
4 0 10 1
f- l I o o
4 110 0
l l l
3 0 2 10
an h ps
12 10 O lfooncr rf
'12 7 1 i.tl as
"3110 Sneaker rf
Ull Gainer U,
1 3 r, 0 0'ls.wisll.
- . . v u itHtintT.m. 10 11
110 Ijnarry.lb...'. 4 i j I l
p o j UoEZf!;;:: till;
:i Shors.p 0 0 0)0
n n it 2-wood i o o I o
. ..arntsn.e, Z 0 7 1
.'vniiine.p..,, S I 0 0
"atner.... i o o o o
tFoeter S 0 0 o 0
, I Totals 5 ?7 5 "4
- 'i nra In lh. ...... .......
'"'ColTlSS In the ninth Inning.
-...-. 111 iiw niinn inning
0 0 0 0 S o 1 n ,. .
. , - SB, Rsrr, t. Jsnvrlnt New Tork
ih t 1 . W ' "aumsnn 2. Plpp
.2a 6 27 17 2
3 1 1
2 0 1
3 1 0
2 1 4
A.-oiia.il... 1010 tMslonsJb.
Mayer.lf.lb I 1 (I 0 oiLspp.e
Willlanil.c. 3 3 0 2 0 I iMInstm.p
M- Utile as 4 0 2 1 Haas .
Hi.. 1. 4 3 0 4 II
Totals.. ..II 10 17 15 1
Washington 00001100 17
Runs Phllatlelnbis. Davles. Wslsh. Stnink.
Oldrlnr: Waihlmton. Moeller 2 Foster. Mor
tan. Osndll 3. Mayer Hits Off Fillins-im. n
In six Innlnti: tiff Haas. 4 In three inntnta
Two base hit Lajole. Three bate hit-Will
lams lytft on bnsei -Philailelnhla. 3: Wash
Ington. 4. Struck out lly Flllintim. 4: by
Rice. 4: by Hsst. I. Double plays -Lapp and
in. In int. Hhankl. Ftiller and Gaudll: Malone
and Lapp: Malone. Mclnnis and LSjOlsl Me
Rrlde. Potter and Mayer Sacrl flee bits Ms
lone. Milan. Williams Stolen bate Mueller
First base on errors-Washington. 2. Flrtt
base on bails or? Hi..- 4: off Fllllnrlm, t
empires fHneeo and Nallln. Time 1 hour
and 46 miuules
TYGERS' BIG RALLY IN VAIN.
Score 10 to 1 Before They Wake
l'p, Only 10 to ft at Finish.
Chicago, Sept. 7. White Sox pen
nant hopes rose to-day when they
trounced the Tygers, 10 to R, while Bos
ton was losing to New York. With the
acore 10 to 1 In the seventh, the Tygers
scored tHree runs on five hits, and the
next Inning three hits and an error
netted four more markers. The locals'
big Inning was the sixth, when they
counted six runs on three errors, a
base on balls and six hlta. Tho score:
DETROIT (A. L ) I CHICAGO 1 A. L.i
ab h p a e' ah h n a s
.Vltt.lb 6 1 0 PMnrphyrf hid
Bush, SS.. ., 4 2 16 I J Collins lh f 0:1 0 0
Cobhcf... 6 2 10 O.ECoHins.ib 114 4 0
Crawf'rd.rf 4 111 0i.!aekst.n,cf. 4 2 10 0
Veachlf.. .4 2 3 0 O'Fotirnler.lf I I 1
Burns.lb . I 3 in 0 0' Weaver ti 3 1 n 1
Kavan'h.ib 6 0 s 4 olJnhm.Sh. . 4 2 " 0
Stanagc.e.. I 0 I 0 1 lettslk.e.... 4 3 1 i n
Baker. e. 1 0 3 0 O'Riitsell.p.. 3 I 0 ,1
MeKee.... 1 1 0 0 0 S.ttt.p ... 1 1 0 i" n
Dauss p 1 S 0 1 0
Ho.hler.p.. 110 10 Totals r, 13 -7 1; -IDubue....
fl 0 0 0 o1
twilaii.l.p .. 0 0 n 0 0
tMnriarty.. 1 0 0 0 0'
Ol.thaut.p.. 0 0 0 0 Oi
:a it) 0
Tntait s : 14 il
Batted f .r M.Muillan in the eirhth , inning
Pliilad. li.lna ooooflOOO 11
Brookiyn 0 0 0 1 2 3 2 0 g f
Runs Philadelphia. Paskert : Brooklyn
O'Mara. Dsubert, Stengel, Myers Gets.
Smyth, Miller Firll base on errors-Brook
lyn. 2 Left on bases Philadelphia.
Brooklyn, r. Thr-s. base tilt Stengel Basel
OS balls Off M.VmlUn. 1; off Dnutlas 3
struck otn Pv Douglaa t Sacrifice tiiea -
CutahSW, Smyth wild pilch -Douglsa
llOlen btsf- I'aakerl. Whltleil, Hums Hits
-Off M. g.n!!, 111 ! ill seven innings; off Tin
(tup, none in one intiint Hit by pitched
ball lly pjpugtsj I LuderUI Uttiptrs In chief
Klem Field umpire malls. Time 1 hour
and 40 minutes
ZTM LANDS DECIDING BLOW.
Ilnnblr With Two nn Rase Selllre
( hancra of ( arillnnls,
Bt. LOUIS, Sept. 7 Zimmerman's
double with Vaughn gnd Good on base
In the sixth Inning scored two runs and
enabled tin- Cuba to win to-day's game
with the Cardinals, 3 to 1. Zlnimermnn
then scored on .Stler's single. Tho lone
Cardinal run came In the fourth on
three bases on halls and an out. The
Totals. . 3S II 24 13 l!
'Baited for llaker in the mirth itininir
Batted for Portlier In Ihe elthth Inuinr
tBalte.1 for Poland In the ninth inning
IsMroit 00100014 o-t
thicat-o 0 0 1 0 (I 0 0 x-io
Runs-Detroit. Yitt 2. Rush 2. Cobb 2.
Borhler. Dubuc; Chieasn. E Collins Jack
son 2 Fournlsr Weaver Johns 2. fVhnlk.
tSSSl4 Mi rSf. .""-a.11"""- Rutsefl
Weaver. 111. Crawford Threr b , .
ltt. Doubl- playa-Buih, Kavanaih ant
Ilurnt: Crawford snd Baker. Sacrifice hits -Rush
Weaver Stolen baaet-E Collmt
Fournier First base on balls-Off Russell V
off Dauss 1. off Oldham 1 Struck 0111 Mv
Mil hy pitched hall Ry Rmsell
t'miilrel-W.llace and Cm, H
CHICAOO N I.
ali h p
Goo.l.rf . . . . :i 2 2
i Fisher ss . s
M- Larry ;h 1
h lllllle if 4
Wnn inscf 3
I'helan Sh 2
Archer. c. .. I
Vaughn. p . 3
ST LfifJII iN L.)
e ..I, h 1. a
nailer. ii . .
1 1 .'. o il. s. Iier.lf .
0 ! 1 0 tans rf .
1 0 0 II Wilson ef..
1 0 2 llDolen,e!
2 13 0 i Goiuales.lh
1 3 0 0 Miller 2I
0 1 I 1 Retiel 3b .
0 3 0 1 Siiyder.c
0 3 11 1. Mi-adowa.n
Time-2 houri and
.-HA ll 1 1 . Rat.mAnn II.-,. M
'! nff shore 6 In three UaTsgsl
in ils innings First haae nn
1 I: Roaton 1 i-n ...
s . H.isuin t Slnl.n b.
' a h t. I'.'ekitinaiiib 1- Vol..
on iialls-Off Shoes. I: off
1 . m . ""ore, 1 : hy
, ' Norridi-e 7 Double plays
oner I- . ,... 1, u....... .-
' hall Krneirr Hit he isi.i.i
.1 1 rirt, uStOl
-' ''ir sne t: mtnunif
Lewilt l iiiplre In chief i
. in mre Leughlis
AT COLUMBUS FIRST GAME
R. H. C.
r-irvsland I I I I I I II-113 1
Columhut 0000 2 20 0 4 7 1
Battsrlsi Bowman snd Devngt: Kchene
bsrg. Bennett and Cnliinsn
Oams called, rain: accond not played.
AT INDIANAPOLIS Fl RUT IIAMK.
H H. B
Loulivllle I I I t I I M 0 1 I I
Indlsnapollt . 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 x 2 I 2
Batteries- -MlddlStM end Clsmoni: Al
drldgi snd it
R II. B
Iaukivlrls 100400001 06 II 3
lndlanapolli 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 I I 0
Battertsa T.vylnr and t'roatln; Tipple.
WIIMs and 1. ... s.. ...
Oams eallid: darkntas.
Oaly gamti played.
I to-day. Bkbria Field. Brooklya
ostea. I gainst , Srei mm 1;U F. II. I
NOTES OF THE DIAMOND.
rsrfln neeltae SB ...a-.s . .
Lewi.ton. Ml . chih one frhA',r.,.r.r"mJ.,l
t'hltei. reported to MrOriw yesterday.
The Cllanti will nnt hi hick until 'ts n
September, when thsy meet ,,s rirnnklvns
In the only irrlei left for thr-n 11 iff!
Polo Oroundi. On th. hn,. SrJSs "Ia.!?i
endid yesterday they won nlm games and
Maranvllla tried nna nt kl,
ratchet, nn Into Pnndgrass. kept the litt
ler from maklna- the catch an.t V-,-"'.
the ball himself. '""
em ovir and you'll git 'em"-
Byron to Perritt n, . ...-
only unscesisry advlre hut unwarranted in
w.r. . ... iiriivsry.
If the flgurri ar right, than Fletcher
coven more ground than any other shmt-
tnp, maybs he does whlthsr thi flsures
are right or wrong. He hai till agslfts
coosldorably mors than his niarert rival'
T.h, "T.?. Si." ver ersdltt Maraud
villi with 121 putnuti and 111 assists
which makii om d.iuht their serreolness
Thi aitlili are ttrangily fsw. the psimns
rstnirkably numrroui and nearly always
AAAiaia at anurtstop are mort
A paragraph statu that gnat ball
platers whit have made good manasen are
MrOrsw, Jennings. Chanci. MeAlesr tnd
llrlffllh One prominent Inttanrs Ii lft
oul. but surely blloogl, usm. Fred
Thi Tanksis have won nine gamei from
the Rid Bos and isven of thoti nine wars
it-counted for right under thi nma of lh
acrid codfish. The Red Box madi a sorry
limits showing agalntt Ihi assault! of tha
Msnscsr Clark Orirnth of tha. lasuaa.
announced last night lhat hi would pitch
W'altsr Johnson this aftirnoon at ii.. polo
0 Robtnson.p. 000
1 0 n 0 0
TOtaiS..,.! 10 27 U 3 .
I Totsjl . 31 6 27 12 0
Batted for Robinson in ihe ninth Inning
1 IC-it o 0O00O3 II 0 03
01 i.ouie 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 I
Runs Chicago. Good Zimmerman. Vaughn
St tool. Miller to base bile simmer
man. 1.00,1 rnree baa hit Long Double
Play-Mill. r, 11 uller and Bonsai Fmt bass
on balls--tiff Mesdnwi. .1; off Vaughn 3 off
0 mi. 1 chips out iiv Meadows. 2' by
Robinson. bVaughn, 4 Ma.-riS.-e hils
Phelan. Miller. lies. I,. r Stolen haao natoal
I mpnrs () Hay anil (Juigley Time-l hour
NOTES FROM EBBETS FIELD.
.TfiA fl.r",t.1!'1"." '0-du.Vs dni.ble header
at Ki.bets Flala will be called at 130
An approxlmatt triple iia rr tht lead in
the National I. ensue would develop to-day
should the (Hants stop the Quaker and
Ihe ilnves take tun ftom ths Dodgers.
Nohf. Ihfl leiisatlonnl young southpaw of
tin Heaves, who has tin... OOnsSOUtlvi
shutouts 10 hit .re. Hi it gastd 1,, pit. n
one game thlt afternoon.
"Nehf It the fra,tsl left hinder I
ever saw break Into baseball," sal. I Johnny
Bvori last liislit -l do not mean (hat he
will be Hie gi .atesi left liaiid. r of lilstnry
Hut 1.0 one was ever -.. t,,r advanced at
the time of tils big league debut."
Alltander the great had part of ths nail
knocked off lln- ml. I. ils linger of his right
hand by one of KlllJfsr'S Ihrnwl.acki Mon
day morning. It is on this account ha
ssked for help Tin. big fellnw says ha
Am us aril ui nn- ..isms atiout
Hmyth appears far more finished than
the average run of rookll, He goes back
and comes In for lly ball with Ihe grace
and f-use of a vternn He should .l.v.i.m
11110 mine a oaiirr. l-.r III , f,iBt
nsvir uffen at a bad pitch.
Our old frlnid lleuli Hsiksr showed
.-meaning original when he went to bit
f.l -M . iJilllUut with tine nn and one out n
the eighth. Ils atlenipml to bunt In suits
of the fa.t thai Philadelphia was seven
runs bslilnd lie wound ud hv siriuins
lins-hjll lo day. 130 P.M. N. T. America. ie
Wtapgton. I'ulo tirounds. tin, ...
pret I lest
a a . In
Putshaw dallveisd one of the
ilavs of tbs day when he went
ishltnl Daubert for a ahoeat rlii
llld hllVI t 1 el. Jlllt lll-lle th. oh.ll.
It looked for a whtla as If lhiuglaa
wss out for ths alrlki-out record as wsM
as a no hll aSSSS. Ten men fgeed Phil
In the tiisi ttires Innings and Jim half
Of llnee wvll sl!lh.-"al Victims.
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