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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16, 1916.
Yanks Vanquish Mack's Kids
HOMERS BY PIPP
AND PECK BRING
Between Them, Captain and
First Saoker Account for
SCORE, 6 TO 2 INDIANS
MEET LOCALS TO-DAY
Br FREDERICK C I.IEB.
Cornelius Mcdllllcuddy kindly ktot
Joe Buih, propeller of the bullet ball, In
the Athletic dugout on the t'olo Grounds
yesterday, bo the Yankees experienced
no difficulty In making It an even break
In their four came set with the House of
Mack. Wild Bill's boys snatched the last
game of the series from Connie's school
children, the Yanks winning by a margin
of to 2. The game closed the Athletics
New York business for the year. While
the As are as soft and flabby ns a pot
of mush we heard no one sigh because
they won't be back this year.
Roger Teck and Wallle I'ipp. however,
would find great pleasure batting against
one Williams (first name unknown)
very day. Williams won the right to
play with Mack's All-Scholastics by rea.
on of having attended the I'nlverslty of
North Carolina. Tim only difference be
tween Williams and the other Mack
Ditchers Is that h gets beaten worse
than the others. Ha seldom makes the
Peck and PIpp both blew oft homers
Whtcfli were go.! for five runs between
them. All told the Yanks busted the
Dixie collegian for a doien hits. He
also walked five. The powerful right
hinge attached to Catcher Haley saved
Williams much additional punlchmcnt.
Haley broke up me steals. Including
three attempted double larcenies.
ShavrVey Opposes Williams.
Bob Khawltey. who was an Athletic
when the Mackmen were men of Iron
picked on the little stepbrothers now who wal, wh ,hc superbas hi P.itnna 1 ilared that from now on the game Is to ,,, molllhi the othcr teams being Pitts
wearing the drab of the White I'.le- ,ast nrng. and was sent back to Win- bo played for tTle benefit of the ticket 1 h, nnri i.,,.!.
rnanis. rnawKry nau i" mrn i..,
Philadelphia kiddles. The four hits he
permitted went to oin nine mki-hp.
Etrunk hit a pair of doubles and Waish
and Lajoie hit singles. Lujoie's hit In
the fourth was a tainted affair and uu-
til the ninth Bob had permitted only
one real hit
Rhawkey also was a power on the of
fence. He hit two singles and drew a
base on balls In three times up and con
verted both of his hits Into runs.
Tho game was well fielded, Aragon
making the only error of the tiff a
string arm throw In the sixth, which
netted Witt two bases. However, the
peppery Cuban played a tidy game and
landed two singles and a pass In four
Doable Steals Halted.
In the second Inning Aragon and
Cedeon, the first two men up,, singled,
and then Nunamaker walked, but there
was no scoring as Haley twice arrested
the man at tho plate on attempted double
Tlpp fired his homer In the third and
the Yankees scored three runs. Shaw
key started off with a pass and Magee
bounced a long single off the right flelu
wall. Walsh made a pretty throw to
third and Shawky was nipped at the
far corner. I.ee stole second and High
filed to right. Peck walked, and PIpp
wung from the hip. sending the ball to
the detpest corner of right centre.
Magee and Peck scored ahead of him,
but Wallle had to do some tall sprlntln
to beat the relay to the plate. Aragon
then walked, but tho alert Haley cut
down his try for a steal.
New York scored u fourth run In the
fifth Inning. Khawkcy clapped a sharp
single to right and Magee popped to
Witt High walked, moving up Boh a
base. Peck lashed a single through
Witt, scoring Hhawkey. High took third
when PIpp forced Roger, and then for
the third time In the game the wily
Alhlctlx broke up an attempted double
MacUraen Score In Sixth.
The Mack kids put over a run In the
'alxth. Aragon made a two base wild
throw on Wilt, the kid shortstopper be
Ins only the second Phltadelphlan to get
on base. Walsh lined to Miller, but
fitrunk whacked a blow to centre whlci
by fast running Amos stretched Into a
double. Witt scored on the hit,
4hn fnwueil nut I.aioie.
Peck got his homer In tne seventn
when the Yanks brought their run total
up to six. Khawkey dropped a single In
right and took second on a passed ball,
Magee popped to Williams and High
.HllVw.,1 m will l'lnn lhn rUeil a
dittoed 'nn '"i4Kcu1"
lirive inio inc iru iirm uicnumr, ,v put,
'worshipper catching the ball on the fly.
Bhawkey was his captain's advance
' guard in the trot around the bases.
PIpp followed with a single to right, but
Haley throw him out trying to steal.
Walter waa Haley's fifth victim. Five
out of seven Isn't bad I
Cleveland Here To-day.
The As closed with a run In the ninth.
Walsh opened with n single to left and
acored when Htrunk belted a long double
.to right. Lajoie filed to High and
Btrunk took third on Mclnnls's grounder
to Peck. McKlwee ended the game with
j a lift to Miller.
The Yankees stnrt their last home
stand against the Western teams on the
Polo Grounds to-day, Cleveland being
the first attraction. Though in sixth
,place the New York team Is not entirely
.out of the hunt as they are only six and
a half games behind Boston this morn
ing. In a tight race like this there Is
no telling what will happen. The score :
PHILADELPHIA fA.l! NEW YOMK (A.)
sb r li o a el ibrlmit
WIH.U 4 10 1 t 0 Nfaree.ef,,,. 411 3 0 0
Walah.rf... 4114 10HI(h.lf 30 1 1 00
Btrllllk.lf,. 4 0 3 5 0 0PeeU'h,M, 3J 5 3 3 0
I.aloie,:b... 40 1 : &0lipp.1h 4 12 13 0 0
Mrlnnia.lb 4 0 0 4 0 01 AraroiUh.. 30; 1 4 1
NeEl'ee.."4i 4 00 1 2 0 (leVon.:b,. 4 0 3 I SO
l.awry.tl... 100 0 a 0 .Mintr.rf.,.. 4 0 0 : 00
Baley.c 3 0 0 4 CO
WllUami.p :oo 1 0 0
Nun'aktr.c. : 0 0 4 00
Sbawkey.p. 3 3 3 0 10
Totals 11:37 iT I
Total 53 2 4 74 UO
' rhlUdelphla 0
10 0 0 0 1 0 0 13
I v 3 0 1 0
Tiro base hit Htrunk 2. Borne runi-PIpp,
Pecklnpauih. Stolen lae High. Jlagee,
laijole. Double play-Iaijnle, Wilt and Melnnla.
Ift on haaea-New York, 4; Philadelphia, 4.
Vlrat tisae on error Philadelphia. 1. Earned
run Off Vtilllaim, t; (iff Hhawkey, 1. Pasea
en Ull.-Off Hhawkey, 1 (William.); off Will
lams, t (Nunamaker, I'erklnpaiigti, Aragon.
Hhawkey, High). Hlruek oul-Py Hhawkey. 4
(Haley, MeElwee, Htrunk. William) ; l.y Will,
lam. S (I'eeklnpaugh, Miller). Passed l.all
llaley. I'mplrea Meaars. Erana and OTUh.
Ub, Tim of game 1 hour and 35 mlnutts.
Baseball To-day, SlM r. M, N.T. Amtrlcans
va. Clvland. rolo Grounds. Adm. f0c
Cabs Bar Two Players.
rtAiilviixr, Tenn., Aug. 15. Manager
Frank of the Atlanta club to-day an
pounced the sale of Pitcher Hcott Perry
' and Outfielder Ham Mayer to the Chicago
i National League club for delivery at th
nf of the season.
Gibson, Pirate Veteran,
Is Obtained by McGraw
Giants' Manager, in Need of Another Catcher, Gets
Corsair by Waiver Route Three New Players for
Dodgers Other Timely Baseball Gossip.
In order to be prepared for any ad
ditional mishaps like that which befull
Rarlden, Manager John McOraw yester
day signed George Olbson, the veteran
Pittsburg backstop, to the payroll of the
(Hants. While Itarlden expects to get
back Into harness within a week, yet In
the meantime McOraw requires a capabtj
backstop, and Olbson should bo able to
fill the bill.
President Dreyfus of the Pittsburg
club. In announcing the transfer of Olb
son to New York, aald he hud asked
waivers on the ratcher and had Intended
to give him his uucondltlonul release, but
as New York needed a catcher and put
In a claim Olbson was turned over to
Olbson has been with the Pittsburg
club since 1005. and was considered ona
of the hardest, most conscientious work
ers In the National league. In 1909 he
caught ISO regular games. Olbson lie
gan his career with the Kingston club
of the Hudson Blver league In 1903.
played with Buffalo of the Kastcr.i
league In 1901 and with Montreal in
1904. His record with Pittsburg fallout:
G. AH. AV.I
4i i: .Kipii
(I. AH. Av
i'J III '?? !
A 'm -lo
.1 II . -U I
n sj .220
140 4M ..n
iso ill .tti
yjt no .:.
Ill tt .2i
Olbson is a native of London, On
tario, Is 3d years nf age and bats and
throws right handed.
F.bheta Enter Market.
Squire Kbbets also entered the market
yesterday and hid In three players of
the Winnipeg club of the Northern
League. They aro Outfielder liwrence
Miller, lnfleldcr Sheehan and First ltase
man Adams. All are reported to be
leavy hitters and have been highly
:i Lawrence Miller Is the outfielder from I
'hi. Ilimlf.ir,. in ih. Nnrilierti Ij-nene.
nip,g. jimer was a slamming slugger,
but lacked experlen. If the limit had
,fen twenty-nve men instead or twenty-
on ,e would have been carried on the
bench this year to aciiulrn experience
and act as pinch hitter. He Is batting
.312 this year In Winnipeg and has the
earmarks of a man who would do almost
as well In the majors as In tho minors.
Following are the averages compiled
CARDS SUCCUMB TO
Harmon and Cooper Score Vic
tories by 1 to 0 and
2 to 1 Count!).
St. Louis, Aug. 15 (National).
Oood pitching by Harmon and Cooper
enabled Pittsburg to win both games
from St. Louts to-day, 1 to 0 and 2 to 1.
Harmon held the locals to six hits
In the first, and Cooper allowed only
three In tho second game.
Plttuburg won the first game In tho
first Inning on two bases on balls,
Meadows's error and Hlnchman's single.
In tho second game Ht. Uuis won in .
the ninth. After two were out a single,
a wild throw and a single enabled Balrd
to bring in the winning run. The
riTTSUUrtO iN.l ST. IX)UI9 (N
so r n o a el mrnoie
tliiriish... 400 0 :0'5mllll.rl .
4 n 0 1 on
40 t : :i
401 1 0)
Csrer.cf.... 110 4 OOCorhan.M,
s.-hulif If.. ;04 1 0 OIReaeher.lf
j Hfijfrrty; To'viM
401 13 00
4 0 0 ) 10
v-.ttn.r-h. Ill 1 0 fl
MiC'tr.n.. Ztv 3 J 'Sny.tr.e ... :0 1 " 00
Sihmt.lt.C. 4 00 5 5 liBelirl.b. .. 3 00 3 1 0
Usrroon.p.. 300 0 : 0'.MeiUows.p
200 0 l
10 0 o OA
000 0 10
1 0 0 0 00
Tot :j j ; :t n i Ani.,p. ...
Total.. 3:oi! KIT I
natted fnr Meadowa In tne elslitii lualnj.
Waited - lleek ln the ninth limine.
Pitutnire t 0 0 n n 0 n ft-i
1 t. loula OOOOOOOOO-O
-; ."u"'p ,'''V i.V. V.
n M,tdna, :: off Ames. :. lilt. n.l einml
run.-orr lUrnn.n. t and 0 In ') lnnlnz: "ft
Mesdjmi. 4 sndl.ln S: '" '
I t pltrher-4'srrr, Meiln. Slruili
..ul-H)- ltirmon, t: ly MesUosi. 6; hy Am..,
i VVIM rlteh Ilsrill"n. llllipilTfc 5Ie.r.
Orth ami Qulilry. Time of amr-l uuur and
PITTSBURG IN.) . ST. LOUIS (N.l
ab r h o a el sb r h o a e
nalrd.Sb.,,, Si; 1 lOLotit.rf .. 3 00 1 90
Carey.ef. . 00 : 0 0 O'Corhan.aa., 4 on 3 3 0
Siliults.lf . 4 0 : 1 0 0 1leneher.lt. 400 0 00
ll'nian.rf,.. 2 0 1 4 0 O'Honuby.lb. 30 111 11
J'flon.lli... 101 13 0 0 Winon.cl.. 1 00 3 00
Farnier.:i. 30 1 : :'iiuiirr
too n 00
000 0 OA
ooo 0 04.
400 : 0;
4 0 0 4 (0
3 11 3 (0
30 0 0 4 )
10 1 0 00
000 0 0 0
000 0 01
MiC'lh. u 110 1 4 Oliiinltll.ef..
FIsrhrrY ., 1 00 6 1 0'ttlrotton.,..
Cnnwpn .. 4011 3 0 Ileelt.lh.
Total.. :::'.0 37 i4 0'rieijfi.:b..,
I Total"... 3l 3 37 17 4
PatlM for VVIl.on In seventh limine
tnaltM fnr Smllli In elslith Inning,
tllatted for Perk in elahth limine
llt.n for tiardtr In eighth Iniilnj.
litt.l.iirf n o o o n l n n 1:
ht. Loula 00 il 00001 0-1
Two lie hit Itetiel, Stolen luiea ('arejr
Ci! llorn.hr 12), Hrellcn. Harrlflee tills
Hi Unite. Farmer, Wilson. Left on bases
littihurr. 10: 8t. Ioiil. 7. I'lr.t hase en
error IMIUImrr. 1 llase nn dalls Off I'miper.
l nit Hoak. 4. Bits and earned run OIT
Cooper, 3 hit. 1 run In a Innliifrs; nit Dusk,
II hit, 1 run In I Innlnr: off Ames, 2 hit.,
0 rnn In 1 Inning. Bit I'T plteher-Hr Hoak
(MrCarllir). Htrnek mit-llr t'iKiier. 5; Hnak,
3. I'mplrei lnr. Qnlfley ami Orth. Time
ef game I hour and 09 intniitea.
American and National League Records.
RESULTS OF YESTERDAY'S GAMES.
New York, fll rhlladrlphla, s.
Ilnttna, 1 Wathingtnn, o (13 Innlngi).
No other games were arhedulrd.
rtayed. Woa. LotL P.r. Played. Won. LoiL P.P.
Boiton K)N :i 4.1 .nwi llrooklya nil on sn M4
Cleveland I in (la 4H M4 Boston DO BO 40 JIM
Chicago Ill a 40 JUlO Philadelphia,, 1(i:i nt 42 JlBa
Ht. Lou I in n jiaa New York ... lira na no jiio
Detroit lis M n jui I'ltt.hurg .... ini 4S tut ,4.1s
New York.... loa BT na Z'a Chlrago , 104 40 so .434
Washington... 10s na no .4Nl Ht, I, mil 111 47 04 .423
Philadelphia... 105 22 83 .310 Cincinnati.... 111 43 en MJ
GAMES SCHEDULED FOR TO DAY.
Cleveland la New Tork.
Chicago la Boitoa,
BU Leal la Philadelphia.
Dttrelt la Waihistoia.
With a Volley of Circuit Drives, While Both Giants and
by Miller. Kheelian and Adams while
with the Winnipeg team wis season:
o. ah. n. H. :d.jb.hr.tb.8B. at
Mill n 310 M 10 12 1 t 1(7 21 JM2
sheehan... K Hi JJ M II I I 11! rj .J5J
Adam M SH 7 K II I .. lit 41 ..'
Kmilr. Ebbeta also said that Willie
Zimmerman will not be recalled from the
Hartford team or the Eastern League,
Zimmerman Instead of going to the Hu-
ncbas will report to the Winnipeg club
Although Heinle Zimmerman has been
In almost constant trouble with Manager
Tinker of the Cubs and has aired his
grievances at frequent intervals, Squire
Kbbeta Is apparently not afraid that th
explosive Hronx boy will disrupt the
leaders. That is to say. If the report
IhHt Heinle Is to Join the Brooklyns Is
correct It Is said that Ilobbls feels hw
could control the Cub third sacker and
that he would be n great addition to the
leaders. Kbbets yesterday said he could
use Heinle, but has not put In a bid for
Thorpe Is Recalled.
Well, the much farmed out .nd much
recalled Jim Thorpe Is to again grace
tho Polo Orouuds bench. Thorpe has
don some fine work for Milwaukee In
the outfield and at the bat and Mctlraw
thinks tho Indian has finally "arrived."
. , . . t. -. 1 1. - rttni wilt a...
Aiioiner player iu.it mo j,...ta , o-
call Is Merwln Jacobson, fast stepper,
who Is playing the outfield for Rochester.
A third Is Joe Shepner. a young third
baseman who was sent to Albany for
more seasoning along with Oeorge Sand
berg, a young catcher sent to Albany
and also to be recalled.
The fifth Is Jose BodrlgVcz. the Cuban
Intlelder, who was placed with the New
London team and has been cutting a
wide swath with that club.
Trnrr'i stand oa Faatlaa).
Knvfihaelzlrs: his recent utterances as
to clean baseball and fair treatment for I
umplrer. President Tener of tho National
Le.icue estenlay In an Interview de-
lmeri. nun not to sausiy some piaer
tr Iiik to ent hU si'lecn on umpire or
"L'inplrcs in the National league hcre
tfter are to be treated with more re
spect, and their decisions are to be final,"
(!ov. Tener Is a firm believer In base
ball for the fan. The fan pays for the
pastime, and should be given what he
fisys for. He believes the fan gets weary
when he sees and hears a wrangle on
the flrlil, and he doen not believe the
fans pay for a newspaper to read state
ments re-tardlnt; a fracas In a baseball
game. Boxing exhibitions, (lov. Tener
Is convinced, are provided In suitable
places, and the National league Is not In
competition with the gentlemen who are
Yanks Claim Bankatoa.
Manager Hnilth of the ILchmond Inter
national li. Bile club was notified jester-
day that the New lurk 1 ankees would
I claim Kverett Bankston, right fielder, at
inn cuwe oi inc jiiiernaucnai neaaun. in
accordance with an agreement made last
teaxnii when Pitcher Rube Mesdowa was
sold to the mkees for lii.OnO.
The agreement tpecirted that If Mead
ows failed ! give falisfai'tlon the Yan
kees hail the pick of the other players on
I the team. Meadows having failed tc
make good, Bankston was chosen.
There are reports around that Bennv
Kauff wants to leave the Giants to play
wi,i. t.c Cuus. irhana Benlamln fiir-
urrl) lnat riBllt (lelll tenc ln n,oagj
I would be easier to hit home runs over
than the right field stand at the Polo
(rounds. Ben expected to stick one or
more homers Into the right field stand
every day last winter, but found out It
Is not ns easy to do ns It look. "T!:.tt
stand Is my meat." said Ben In Febru
ary, but up In thn middle of August he
had only dropped two homers Into the
COFFEY SHADES M0HB.
Wine Tonah Battle From Brooklya
Boy at Roekinar,
Jimmy Coffey, the Mohawk warrior,
barely managed to outpoint Walter
Mohr of Brooklyn In the feature ten
round bout In Ihn Harlem Sporting Club
of HainmelH last night. The men were
hbout on even terms for Ihe first seven
t omuls, but Coffey staged a rally thot
lasted throughout the final three ses
sions. In the second round both Coffey and
Mohr fell from the ring, striking the
floor. The hovs were In a clinch nnd
slipped through the ropes. Coffey landed
heavily 011 his head, but after a wait of!
two minutes came around all right. Both
men weighed 139 pounds.
OLYMPIC FIELD BILL
Jronsldrs nnd II. S, C, Nine to Play
Action aplenty will lie en tap fnr ltarlen fana
nut Quintal at Olymple liehl, nh street and
lifth aienue, where the Lincoln llianta will
lie pitted against the erark Irnnaldr, chain.
plo-i nf Newark, and Ihe Kepartment nf
Htreel (iesnlng nine In a douhle Pill. Tlio
Ironsides, In all their past gamea at the Har
lem field, foroeil Ihe I.lneolna to eitenit them
selves to the limit tn win, ond Hundajr'a fame
should lie no exception.
The II. H. (', nine three weeks ago gave
sn eieenrni annum or useir at lllvmplc I- Irlil,
furling the Mncnln (Hants tn filar ten In
r.hig tn win hj a acore of 3 to 3. Up to the
ninth Inning the P. f. C, Imja had the game
well In hand, luit two errors paved the way for
s tie score. In the tenth with twn out, Will
lams sent nut a lilt that brought victory.
Hprlnfman and Wllllania will pitch.
Brewer Manager Realgns.
MIl.WAt'KI.B. Wla.. Aug. 15. Itsrry
Clark, third baseman and manager of th
Mlluuuliee American Association baaehall
team for the tsat four yeiira, tn.ilay re
signed liecnuse he thought th club would
he binefltei thereby.
Philadelphia, l New York, O.
Boston. 4 1 Brooklyn, 1.
litUburg, H HI. Louis, o (first).
Pittsburg, Si nu Louis, 1 (ecod).
(.nirago.LinrinDaii game postponed on
account of rain
OF THE CLUBS.
I Chicago la Cincinnati.
GIANTS MEET JINX
EVEN IN PHILLY
Come Face to Face With T)cm
arce and Take Usual Do
feat Score 1 to 0.
TWO HITS OFF TESREAU
Philadelphia, Aug. 15. All Al Dcm
aree haa to do to beat the Giants is to
step Into the pitcher's box and McOraw's
men are licked. There probably never
was a time where a pitcher traded from
one club to another was so effective
against his old team as Demaree has
been against the Qlants during the past
two years. To-day by beating the
Giants, 1 to 0, he won his sixth game
of the season from New York out of
even pitched. Last year he was Just as
Al certainly got revenge on Mc
Graw for letting him go as part pay
ment for old Hans Lobert. And lie en
Joys beating the Giants more than any
thing In the line of Joy (hat can happen
to htm. He defeated tho Giants twice
during this series, coming back with only
a two days rest, and was much better
than he was last Saturday.
To-day's victory made It four straight
for the Philadelphia champions, and they
profited heavily by the Braves winning
three out of four from the Dodgers. The
Phils now trail the Brooklyn only by
three games. As for the Giants, they
now are as dead as Dickens's door tialt
so far as 191 pennant hopes are con
cerned. Light Hlttlna- Contest.
Tilts afternoon's game was the lightest
hitting game played at the Phil park this
season. Jeff Teereau, working for the
1tf11,ch', a graml game. nn.i;tnc cliT, ,,elng shuffled In 'Im eec.n.l
V. & IiaI.. !... I n m a ..tin ,t,.liina f.t 1mi
Mlm m,. .n.i i ,.m , i,n
hfr lji8 th)rd innnKt jt Wl1, ,, ,,r,
t....... h. h..i ii, n,.
Demaree permitted one more hit than
Tesreau three In all and they came nt
the rate of ono every three Innings mid
cvery inrce iniungi 11 1111
did the Phillies
, t.o harm. All live hits
two team were aingles.
, only one nmn to se.-on.l
made by the
The Giants cot only
base and not a New lorkcr reached
The Phlllien acored their lone run In
tho first Inning, and It was a wild throw-
by big Brad Korhcr In an attempt to
stop a double steal that let 111 thn li.g
run. Paskert. llrst man up, was toed
out by Herrog. Vehoff was safe when
Fletcher's wldn heave pulled Merkle off
first. Bert went out stealing. Byrno
walked, and on the hit and run play
Cravath singled to right, Bobby taking
third. On the double steal. Koclier
threw out to centre field, Byrn easily
scoring. Kauff, honever, shut the ball
to Hrrzog In time to get Cravath at
Phils Mis Openings.
Outside of Cravath' llrst inning single
the only other Phil hit was u single
to left by Paskert In the third Inning,
the blow coining with two nut. I 'ode
was left w hen Nlehoff ctrink out.
The Phillies had more chances to score
than New York, as they had fine oiwri-
Inn In the slxtli and eighth Innihz.
TUm.r... wulV.,1 In th. nil. I
forced by Pakcrt. Nlehoff lllcd to Bob-
ertson. and Tesreau made a very strong
throw to catch I'nskert napping, liode
went to third base, but was left hy
Ill the eighth, Bancroft openeil with
lifted to C.eorgle Burns. Nlehoff hit
straight at Tesreau. who knoeked down
tho fierce drive, and rictcher got the
ball over to first ln time to beat the
Kerr Chances for (ilants.
Ths (Slants' scoring chances wer
practically nil). Merkle singled with two
out lit the sccund, and was left on first.
Burns walked with two out In the
third, and was out stcnting. In the
fifth Merkle walked, but Demaree
caught him off first base sound asleep.
When Al pitched In New York they
used to any Ills throws to llrst were
the most useless things in thn world,
but evidently ho Is doing better with It
In the seventh, with two out nobert-
son bounced a single over Luaerus s
head, nnd stole second. He was left
when Demnree nlokril tin Kauirn liTif
sniah, and 3t Ucn tn flrnl. In tlio
. . . .... .... .
ninin. wmi one our i urns .eat out n
slow hopper to short, but neither IHiybi
nor jieixog rnuiu movo uini on nrsi
base. Tho score:
NEW YORK (N.) (PHILADELPHIA (N )
ah r h o a el ab r h o a e
(i. Ilurns. II. 301 0 0 raUerl,er.,
Dnyle.2b. , 4 00 1 1 0 Nlehulf.:b..
Hrrrnr.Sh. 4 00 : 3 'H)Tiie,b ...
Pnh'snn.rf, .10 1 1 0 0"-sv.ih rf..
Kuff.i'f . 30 0 1 1 0 Whltted.lf ,
4 0 1 3 0
4 ii o o :
;i l o o
30 1 4 00
3 0d .1 nu
3 00 II 00
tieraie.in.. :oiu o c i.unrrus.in
Firtcher.s 00 2 4 rlflancToft.sa. :oo 4 In
Kneber.e... 300 3 1 e'E llurni.c .. 300 2 10
Tesre.iu.p. 2 00 0 f. 1 Demaree, p.. 2 0 0 0 2 0
Lobert..,, 1 00 0 00
- - Total V6 I 2 27 I 0
Tnlal....2IOi:i 15 Si
Hatted for Trtreau In the ninth Inning.
New York..,,, ,-. oononono 0 A
Phlladrlphl 10000000 I
stolen bases noriertson. Ilvme. I'rar.ih.
Pases on hall-nfT Tesreau, 3; off .Deman-e, 2.
Left nn bases New York
I'l.llnrl. li.hl.. .
First base nn errors I'lillailelnhla. 3. Mirm-k
1 1 ...
out Hi Tesreau, 2: by Demaree, 2, Karoo. I run
Off Tesreau, I, I'mplres Messrs. O'Pay and
Eaton. Time of fame I hour and 43 mlnulea.
NEW YORK STATE LEAGUE.
W. L PC XV, I,, p.c
SrTeus... l 42 .fW Plica M f.l ,sl
Ilinghanit'n (.9 43 .('('Albany 44 I.,-, ,1;;,
Seruntnn,,, M 4ii .rci'Klmlrs 47 M ,(i
Wllkrab'rr 47 47 .toOIIIarrlsburr. 41 I? .4!(
At Blnhmton n. it v..
Albany 00002000 02 4 2
BlnchamtAn.... n 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 01 6 0
llalterlea ilerner and Wanamaker:
Sherry, Sltton and Peteraon.
a . 1.1 m . pa f, it r
Barrttburc... ooioooono 0 1' i
Etmlra OOOOOOOIO 12 12
llalterlea llurna anil VV Iieul: L'r.ic.r
ann nsner, tasey.
At Utlca It. If. c.
Wllkstbarr.... S0100010 0 3 14 0
uuea uuuuoiuo 0 1
Hatteris uriKi ana uriecer;
no oiner gam wa cntuuied.
CHINESE IN JERSEY.
Oriental Will Tackle Jerary city
.Nine at M'fil Side PnrL.
With the addition of Howard l.olir, former
Cleveland American Iaguer. who got four hits
last Hunday, and Al Hi'lurh' of the Newark
Internallonala Ihe Jeraev Cliy team mm-ii
f nun now to vanquish Its rivals vtltli regu
larity. This Run.lay, at West Kldo Park, thn
Hkeeter will tackle the Chinese team of Ihe
L'nlverilty of Hawaii In me aeenn.l gaunt of a
aerie. In their flrat encounter early thla sea
son. Ih Jersey nlna bet Ihe Orientals, while
1 full house waa In altendan.-e, The Chlnesn
played aueh anappr article of ball that Man,
acrr Prix-Ill tried tn get tnein for a return
sine the following week, but failed.
Clinton and Apau will be the rlial hurler
and Hnper aud Mark will ralrh.
In the flrat came tha Jeraey City Firemen
tad rcttrtoa rirensn win elaak.
jirtaa, aim ricivnn uhm,ii-i vu ...iuiit triple far over .lonnntonx lie.lil, Mnitn Ji.hn"n. i on I nun. J. Ill" mm n
Burns, the succeeding batsman. Tesreau , i!.,u.i,. i,... nin , nir Juim.-n. 7 hits. 1 run in i: :-3
l'"U w,.t ... ,..,., u,i , ncn.i. ...u nv.rii.ilii.1 tl'lihll I'.il liu M 'm lilflll'i
IN DODGERS' WAY
Ed Wields Willow With a
Vengeance, His Hits Being
Good for 8 Runs.
BRAVES WIN BY 4 TO 1
If It weren't for a certain party from
St. Louts the Superbas might have
evened up tho scries with the Braves
over nt Kbbeis Field yesterday. How
ever, this Mound City person was around
the lot and ho brought with him a whole
flock of base hits of divers descriptions.
We will keep you guessing no longer and
Inform you that the perpetrator of the
plot to rout the Robins was none other
than lllg Kd Konctchy, Bohemia's am
bassador to the Boston ball club, who
endures his winter vacation In St. J.nuls.
As it result of the big fellow's blows
Iho Braves lat night left the City or
I'hiirches on the long end of a 4 to I
core. Tho victory was the third out of
the series of four battles and shortened
Hie lead enjoyed by the Dodgers In the
National League race to three games.
Koney located the fork hand benders
of Rube Marquard for three lusty wal
lops, two doubles mid a trlp'.e. The
colossal first baseman flsured In Hie
scoring of three of the Brave tallies and
inlKht ImVo tidrtlt'lii.ited In the rashlnir
nf I lie fourth counter, but for the fact i
that ln had to take his regular turn nt
Rudolph's lilts Scattered.
While Dick Rudolph was found for
it total of ten hits, hn kept the blngles
scattered through tcven Inning. With
men mi the p.illii-, DI'.K tightened up
like the rubber hand on his unn
bankroll. Rudolph's appojranro m the
mound yesterday wax his third In the
series, and It's a lucky thing only
twenty-two games arc scheduled be
tween Brooklyn and Boston, ns the
Bronx boy certainly appears to have the
Superbus lashed tn the mast.
The Braves scored their runs In aces.
fourth, seventh and eighth sessions. The
tally that saved Brooklyn from suffer-
tig llio ignominy orasnuiouir.imeinme
llfth .hunter. All the runs were nude
""A; TrUh the nrst
Inning In nnc style, although Snodgracs
..... - , i.,,i
, 'CJ.lm "he 1 "erbas' nl" V.f llio "
n '' tllP, Miperl.as h.il. "f the
".,!!LnyJ.0.1,!,.r".':.' l '.'.V"!
triple tn the gain In the uuttleld, The
Coast Marvel laiiguljlieil mi thn far cor
ner ns Mar.invllle tnsed out Mcfarty.
. I Wheat fiinued and Cutshaw rolled to
Ikonrtrhy irt Busy.
Koncfchy'B willow started on a ram- inaklm; third on tne 11 r. waraner run
. .. 1. . 1 imKia.) fnr- 111 tlilpa hit nf the dev. a
pne 111 tlio second, Kddln liniinclir; a.
hit off Muwrey i glove, inc spnerv loll
ing to the grand stand. Koney made
second base on thn wallop, and went to
third on Smith's sacrtllre. Ksan sent a
Ion sacrifice tly to Wheat, and Koney
scored. In the third, with one out, Ma
gee singled to left, and went to third
when Konetchy tore off Ills secmd double.
Smith had flm In bin eye when he came
lo tho bat, but purposely wa walked,
and the tWcs were loaded I tain
bounced one tliiough Manpiard, but Cut-
MIHW recuvcreu 111'" f.Hilir anil
HI. k out at flrM, Shcir scoilin 011 the
ltlnrklmrn trlnled lo left .entre to
si:nt iho eentli. After lliiilntnli IihiKciI
,.v n ..rfnei ihlr,l ktrlL IMilie I'ltlltns
.. ..... I lil.L.hr I-..I.
j ,',, a nattvo Brooklyn l.o. tallied on
Maranvllle'a martyr lift to Wlient.
Konetchv again took the Hand In the
olKlith. and brought the Jur.vnrt.unil to
acuu it ng mm or tno caarse ni nein- a
has been." Konev's third poke wan a
rlgSt Held sftir rtt7,'iatr!ck batted 'for
Wllho'.t In the seventh, was called out on ;
nrookln's Lnne Han
In tho fifth Inning MrCarty crowed the
,'ilnte with the lone BruoklMi run. Lew
bored a sln-Jle Into left and went to co
imil nn Wheal's one timer to rlulit. Cut-
shaft's tacrlflce advanced the runners
sill .tit i any lauicu uu auiiKi't uui,
fauui to Konctchy.
The fielding rlrmn of the day waa
furnished by Ivan (Jlsnn. Tlie Brooklyn
fliortslop made several spectacular pla
nrnnn.i ii .ii.,-. nnia i.nt i.i- ,. ,,.ii .i
L-.. i - it-.- i.. .i.l ,i.i..i i, ,.,i., ..
riiv,.jMari ,in.i in hi. iiiiii. iiiiii, 'n
n corker. A detiuiiment of Superbas left
last night for Blnghimtmi, where they
..in ....... i.. n.. uu. iiin. nn..
Mill l"l"ll U.ll III l.ll l Allli'lllMl l,nilir in-
i l,iv with the champions of tho New vtk
' Stale League. The
lit: M.111 1 .
i lloSTON tS 1 IHtOOK LYN iN,
-hrhoarl ub r h n a
! l at n'Mn 1 A 1 1 ft . lull tial nn OI f, ftl 1 ft
ie, '., ef :.n- 5 no n c m ih. tin 0
w.ihnii.rf ?h o oo' When If . ii: i on
I r.ieser,c ion I e ui.n'.w ;n. joo .
M.uee.11 ,4113 o (. Me'ljej.ri J" n on
Konefv.lB, cm oo norrr;n. o: 2 l
II " l, 4 ii ui. rin S. I ii I I n o
SDO 3 A Meyersi' . (! 3 00
10 1 Z 1 r Moniuaril.ti 30 1 0 2 0
110 1 0( f.Vlyers . 1 00 0 u 0
4 o 0 o in1 - -
1 00 0 0 0' Tela! 2i 110.7 13 0
0 I lil.iekhii.c.
ii , rnlllnt rf
Totsls .. ".I 4 U'?7 i: 01
Haded fur VVilhii't In ll. s-venth Inning.
tllatlel for Mtppiard In Ihe ninth Inning.
Ilo.ton 0 1 0 I 0 0 1 t 04
llrooklyn 0 0 o n i 0 0 o 0-1
Two lis.e loll- Knnelihy 3, Msranillle. Three
linse till.. itlHcMiiint, tvonrtchy, .tohu.lon,
Wheat Stolen hase. Snrnlgra... Snillh. Sac
rlfli lilts Smith, Marquanl. Ssrrltli-v files-.
Egaii. Marsnvllle. la-rt en l'Se -iioton
I n..-,i im ,i it..n. nn i..iu nfr iin.ir.inii
(siri.g, ll': off Manpiard. 1 Cmllli). EHrne
i n i.. ,. . n , L
run. -,'u .iii-i'-ii-ii, ., "ii ..inoiiiiMii. , n.iiii
out ny iiuiioion. 3 1 1 in si. .Maniuaiu. vie-1 . ;it Vul--Cartil:
by Mnmuaril. 3 (llu.lolpli, Collins, coiumbus
Iilm kbiim). l'niiilres- Mr. sr.. Klein ami llwon.
Time of game 1 hour and 4 inluiites.
W L. P (' W L P C
I'ortl.md. .. ii2 15 .13' l.irenee. . S7 II ,413
S London ''! 2" .W3 New ll.iven 3 r.2 .1-2
Worcester.. 44 40 ,M' llridgeport 3il 5i ,5!)t
iiiiingllell. St 2 MJIoviell ., s.' f.l ,3'
Lynn 41 41 .122' II irt fori! , 22 ,C ,2(4
Siirliitrt-M. ... 0 a 0
11. 11. n
4 ; n n n t pi 5
. Laurence 1 0 .1 . 0 0 n 0 n os -
i Ustlerles-non and ojerholm; 1 uller, Rleger
'i 1 At Won-cstcr (flrat came) ... It. 11. n.
2 V'-w Lonilon,. Jl;?;'??; x. I .
' vvoreesier " -. " y . "
ilslterles -llelcer, Martin and llussell ; Sir
Cluler sml I rrlta;.
H.-i-ond gauie It. It H
New Londiill 0 1 4 0 1 0 0 04 II 0
Worcester It010000-:l 6
Ilalterles-llelger and I'l.li; llanion, Van
llrke and l'reltas.
At New llaien It- B. K.
i.,,, onoAooninno-i s 2
New iisien " u 1 e 1. u . 11 1 - iw .1
llalterlea Tuero and Carroll ; llleasler and
At'Tiartford- It. B. K.
Haitfonl 1 1 0 0 0 t 0 4 1-7 10 3
jimell 0 1 2 0 A 0 3 0 0 5 II 4
llallerles- Trsutrnsn aud Fkm; llnusaei,
Hmltli snd KUhullen.
At I'oitlanil- It. IL K-
P,;rii,n 2 s it n 0 : j : i-20 :i 1
llrLlgeport... 00000001O 5
llslti-rlrs-Martln and Hneatt, lluncll and
SOX BEAT SYRACUSE.
Svi'iACTSK, Aug, IS. The White Sox
took advantage of an open day In the
Anioilcan League acliedule by Mopping
hero to-day and beating the Syracuse
team of the New York State League,
The (Ihlcagoana won easily, the acore be
ing II to t
GONG SAVES DAY FOR
POINT JUDITH TEAM
It Clangs Before Meadow
Brook Rugbys Could Score
Natjuoansett rg, R. I., Aug. 16.
In the semi-final for the Atlantic cups In
the Polo Association tournament on
Point Judith field to-da; Point Judith
defeated Meadow Brook Rugby by 9
to 9 goals. The gong saved the day for
tho home team as Rugby had the ball
and Coo ey was striving for a goat mat
would have changed the altuatlon when
Point Judith was made up of Philip
Stevenson, Rodman Winamaker and the
P. H. P. Randolphs, father and son. Tho
team had a handicap of 7 points. J. u,
f'.w.1v UMIH.m Ttnltllnv .Tnhn Draft and '
' 1 Heckscher lined up for the Meadow j
urooic uugnys, wim an annrvBtaitj ui
Cooley made four goala.
With the tally 9i to TH, the sixth
period was full of excitement. Point
Judith kept the Huxbjs always on the
defensive. A stumble over the boards
by Cooley's mount put him out of the
(Tamo for llfty seconds. There was no
ecorlnir by either side until five minutes
ot the seventh had been played. Ran-
dolph. Sr., was hit by the ball an Drage
crceseil htm, and was on the ground for
two minutes. The penalty was offset by i
n goal by Balding that gave Rugby an
even total of A to stnrt the final period. ,
Balding counted, but the Point Judiths '
Kcjit control of the ball thereafter, but
cou'd not shoot It through for a count
RUTH AND JOHNSON
IN PITCHING DUEL
(iBnlic" Triumphs Over Walter
in 13 Tnning Frny by
1 to 0 Count.
Boston. Aug. 15 (American). Babe
, ;, .V . , ", .
' ' "? ffi if',!?.
- - V h- nVd dVfVatlw Wash-
' TOT"" "
, v. J H ?,.r.ns?"tl .1 1.1.1 ,i
mi m'no """"i" ...........
110,1 Sox 10 four V''
T thirteenth session w!
h champion, getting th
as hts undoing,
three hits tn this
Inning, netting them the game's only
Barry led off with a drive which car
omed off Johnson's hand when he at
tempted to stop It and wsent for a hit.
Irfwls struck out and Hoblltxel filed to
.Milan. Walker singled to centre, Barry
Inc:, 10 centre, and Barry scored
Three fast double plays by 'Boston In
the laht lour Innings prevented Wash
ington from seorlng. The score:
WASHINGTON (A.I j BOSTON (A.)
Morcn.:b. S 00 3 4 O'lloorier.rf.. 4 00 4 10
Milan.ei. 6011, hi iwrrT.iD.... 01
Ko.ter.Sl).. 401 0 :0tls.lf . ,
111.. rf -oia fl 1 H'llliel.lb.
CO 1 1 90
4 0 0 ic : 0
l..tt.r rf -Ad 1 OO'VValker.rf.. A1
Shanki.lf . 4 0 1 4 00 (iardner.Sb. 03 t
wiianK.iii. to::i 1 o'SiMtt.M...,
, a,."r".V.C. 40 5 i joTbomaVc!
Aln-mitli.c to: . 0 " vnn.n...
4 0 0 1
JOItlllOll.p. IUU ivnum.p..
1 00 0 00
1iHI, .. 41 0 I-1S 1 1'
1 Tool .. 4:1; j:ij
Tm nut nlin ulnnlnf run irl.
l tll.lleil fer Se"tt In the ninth Innlnc.
VCOilnrt.. nnOOnsOOOOOS S-0
llo.t.m OSOOOOOOOOOO 1-1
, .J." M.hlUMuVnyi'!!!lan SaerWle!
I luu-'inMiiIi'. Mori an. Ilohlitielt'. Mellride.
sntt.' Ilt.'r. Thein. louMe playa-Tiomaa
awl scnti . Jantr n, n'V""t ,',:
vir.t h... n errur.-
-":i.i',.. - Winn. 1. Pawa on llU-0!t
ni.i.r .i in in'i lnneen. raaira
hall-Alniuilth. Tiui vt same-: hours and 37
Minor League Retults.
At Mills HorW (flrtt game) It. B. K.
llattrrlet-llolui'iulit and Gltiaou; Tnwnahend
' geeind game
It. B. E.
, seren limlnta
n,r,n inn una Mr Mrcemeni. nansnea .
nn.,i. n. i niiiMim Walker and Ptlrrr,
ai I'liattan'H'S (nrt fame) It. M. K.
a ,ltMltf 6 pi
,lr,iVi-iiTn t 1
i seten Inning by srrrenient. Batterlra-Mar
.t,.n .na Kif..hrna! tlrlmea and Ilauaer,
ri'.ii T II I-
i. . .r.. i 7 1
i ketn, lnnlns hr crmenf. lUttirlM-
1 KnowUun w Jlerrltt, Marthtll. Prtcri; Ion
ft .a,.. u.,l 11a liar P
0 , i "Vie. i .1 i. itlr.t game)- It. If. C.
Memchia ' i
o , -hjniiiie ., J"V,"V
.. 1 7
llalterlea liu ll ana iiu.t,
n i n-ir.p.ey
P.. B. E
VlnlilU 14 2
s,i.n liinuiss bv asreemenl llalterlea-
Kerr an.l Hurl; Ledbeltcr and Dempsey
.VI restitute- " 'I-
Va.hi lllii 0 3 3
llatt.rk--i:iM and Street: Hay and Perklna.
At Kan.aaCil) 1-
Indlsnapolt '2 J
Kansas City ' -
llatterles Al.lrlilsa snd Hchang: Humph
ries. Crutclier and Berry; llargrave.
At Milwaukee - . B. L.
r.nni.un 1 o
i 1 .... . ii l
- l ' i.,M,.rl. siro'i'i.'l.' 'schsuer and Hilling.
i. 1 .. . . ..... ...
i sii.ii KHiorii ana iinnori.,.
n. 11. 1:.
llatterles IMeli, IJeorge and
Pouclas und Miner.
n. 11. n.
II .V 1
i 10 4
M nn.illlii I, .
llatterles uenifni, waiiry .nu r-""u--.
Vlnsllnc and Oh en.
Tepeka, 4, Pes Moines, .
Ltnrulii. 4; Denver. 2,
(inu City, S. St. Joseph, 0.
iimilia. 12, Wlebltft. (flrat) . Wlihlta,
; Ouiahii, 3 (aecond).
MeAlesler, 2i Muskogee. 1.
l-.ii t Hnilth. 7. IKnlson, 1,
Paris, 4; Mierinan, 0.
Tulsa, 1, Oklahoma City. 1.
Mouth Atlantic League.
Jacksonville, i Charleston, ll.
Macon, li Columbia, 4,
Augusta, 4, Culumbu. 0,
North Carolina League.
Ilalelgh, ". Aahevllle, 2.
(Ireiiubiiro. S; VVIi.aton-8alam, 1
Charlotte, D; Dulham. 4 (flrat) ; Char
lotte. 3i Durham, 0 (second).
iinri.moiiili. 13: Norfolk. 1 (flrat): Nor
folk, 2, I'orlsmoulh, 0 (second),
Nelipori i.ri.1. ., .rvcrtiu, . tit-
lluannke-ilocky Mount, rain.
(lalveslnn. 2! Mhreveport, 0 (Aral);
Shrevcport, 2: (lalvesinn, 1 (second),
Sun Antonm, 1: nanus, u.
Ilrautnnnl. 10: Kurt Worth, S.
Parlfle Coaat league.
Palt Lake, 11: Vernon, I.
Han I'ranrlsco, 1: Oakland. I,
L0 Angtus, i mrnanu, a.
Dodgers Again Are Tripped
IN UPHILL GAME
Bisons Tie Count in Ninth ly
Scoring Three Runs, Then
Win in Twelfth, 5 to 4.
MACK'S EYE ON WITTER
International League Results,
Buffalo, 5: Newsrk, 4 (i: Inning).
Providence, f : Toronto, 2.
Ilocheater, t; lllrhmond, .
Baltimore, 10 i Montreal, t (first).
Montreal, 4! Italtlraorc, 1 (second),
Standing of the Clubs.
W. 1.. P C.I
W I,. P 0.
fel M JW
Prorldence, M 4.', .f.IToropo...
lluffslo.... al 44 .K63IR.ichfnnnd.
41 r.i ,4r
mreaL'.' 8 g SlftgSiZi: o 3 .S
fiamss Krhrduled for To-day.
Unffilo In Newark.
Toronto In ProTlitrnr'.
Montreal In Hultltnnrr.
TtochMtcr In Ulclimoml.
Newark. N. J., Aug. in. Patsy Don-
ovan's Bisons won an uphill gamo from
Fred Tenney's Indians here this nfter-
noon. The game went twelvn InnlnKS,
the Bisons winning ft to 4. When Huf-
falo came to bat In the ninth the Bisons
were three runs behind. A batting
rally then accounted for enough runs'
to tie the score, and In the twelfth, aided
by one error, Donovan's band won tho
Kopp scored the winning tallv for
Buffalo. He led off In th twelfth with
an Infield hit to short and Mole second.
Channell walked and Jackson bunted
safely, filling the bases. Carlslrom lined
to Stafford, who was so anxious to make
a perfect throw home that lie dropped
the ball, Kopp easily scoring. Channell
tried to reach third, but wan thrown out,
Stafford to Kibler.
.Stafford camo mighty clc to break
ing up the game In Newark'. half of the
twelfth, but a running ehoe string cntcli
by Channell robbed him of a hit nnd
saved the game for Buffalo, as Newark
had th bases full. In this stnnia, with
ono out. Kibler singled, Callahan filed
out. but Whltter hit safely and Hcaley
wa hit by a pitched ball. Stafford then
got his near Texnt Leaguer which Chan
nell Just managed to reach.
Th nUmiH coi to Jack Kiirlsht In the
ninth Inning and 'knocked I1I111 off the
mound after lie had pitched a snieniun
game previously. GUI. the dangerous
little Buffalo econd sa'ker, led off with
a single to left. Onslow also hit to left
and Tyson was put in t" run fr.r him.
O'Neill went to but for Pennoek and he
forced Gill, but Kopp tore off n hit to
left for three bies. on which Tnn
and O'Neill scored. I'.nrlEht wn then
taken out and Kttzmnnn replaced htm.
Channell filed to siartoru una iwpi-
scored the tlelng run.
Connie Mnck was at the same, nu
looked over Leo Witter, the .NcwurN
rlrht fielder who sol four ims oui ui ..
trips to the rubber. The score :
NEWARK II) I BUFFALO n
abrhoae .. "hrlioae
rbl.".b... till i 3KKWW.... ...
Vinirr..i7.. " - - - , " . . ;
t.i,i, ii ill. - li' 2 .O'Neil..
li" ? '.' "
I Tout. ... i5 f.JC'S Ml
ran for Onslnw In the t.!:,i'i liinli'C
tCalted for IVni."ck In Ihe ninth Ijiiliiff.
v-..v ft A A A 1 1 " o i, ii
Baerle Mti-Ilealey. Mnwe.Pcnweri. jiii'ii-
met Sacrifice fly 'liauii.il , Tiin fase mi -
Ke.ip. liases on iuii n ...irisui, ,
nrK-k. J; off Eiitmaiin, 1. Strii.k .iiit-llv l.ii.
right,. f; by r.iiiiixa, ., "I, .."',.':'
Knrlght, 7 ln 8 1-3 Innings: off Eiifinanii, 2 In
3 2 3 Innings; off l'.niusa. 10 In a Innings . off
Oaw. 4 In 4 Innings. 1- ft on La.es .Newark.
11; llult.lo. 10. li,iplt.s-.Missr llsrt snd
lladfonl. Time of gsme -2 Imurs and minutes.
. .. .-., . 1-.L Vnt. , ,L
T.-dsy. 3:45 P.M. Ualtalo v.. Newaifc.
HAaenaai. nirurum.j.i - .......
GRAYS TURN TABLES.
Uet llevenae. for Monday's Ilcfont-
Ing hy Beating Leafs (1 In -.
PaoviPENCE, 11. 1.. Aug. K, (li.ten i
tlon.il). Hie (lra)s pot revenge 'i t'i.
Maple Leafs here to-day for their ' -back
of the day before. The local" piled
nn .nnuch runs In tlio early ti n n l
get the long end of a ti to " s.orc
PROVIDENCE (I . . iOllli.Ml'
ab r h o a el
Itehr.lf . . 411 1 on Triie.'le .'
E.vrs.ct.... 30 1 2 OO'Thninii i!
Shean.Cb. . 30 1 4 4 n Miir i) . f
Onalow.ib.. 3 I I I inii.-iti.im .1'
ah r It o a
i I I 2
Tulwiier.ri ."in n oi'iiovr.
'11 t o '
Pab'uue.as. 3 I 0
.1 2 Ill.-l.'UI.'ril Ii
2 0 0 1 2 0.
( 0 .. .1 -1 0
Hrln'ril.:b 3 00 1 e ncili
Velle.e 2 2 1 4 l Keilv .-
l'elera.p.... 30 1 o i ' Ma-Ule p .
.. - M'Tuue.
T.it.l. . - .-. '7 11 ' Hrolv l.
4 0 1 ll 10
2 1) 1. 11 1 t
.? 0 "oil
too 0 oo'
12 2 ' 21 11 3 .
I Tot it
hrci iieiT. . . .
snll..l fnr Mst'.le In the l lcl.lll llmlll
tllatted for I'lraitr in !' ui""1 hnlii-'.
lTovldeiu. ' ' J ! ' '
Toronto. . 0000000 2 02
Saerllt.e t.lt- 1'al.rliiue. Mol.n Imsf lllnck
bum. Tn be hit ll he I trt base on balls
-Off l'eter. 2 "I MaikU-, "i. sirmV out .ll
l'elers 4 bv Maikle. i lilt- of Msrkle. 0
In 7 innings Ustter blt-51iirra) 1 Lie piin.
Shean. I'slrliiue ami Olisl.m i Mill 1 11, 1 1 111 a
ilale si.J (Irilisin. raiirl.iue, Miean si.n 1 mim"v.
I'as.ea ran leiir. oi l ii- ii :
ef car. .- I hour sml n.luiltea. I mpllvs
Metus. I'hesluutt and freeman.
HUSTLERS IN FRONT.
Timely Hilling lteaulla In
Victory Over llelicls,
BtcitMONO, Va., Aug. Ii ( Interna
llonal), Timely liltllng g:iv ltoch.ii.T
Witl?r?f (li 2 0 0 H,imi'i.Vi:il.: ooir. : won th- world's tit!" from rr.-d.be
Healer lb'. 4 0 3 12 I e'McDnn'd.s. 1 2 : ,.li, will .lash with l'lankln C.illa-
stsffnnl.lf, ("I 2 i;""'5h ; i I liati l'ri.l.iv. Amtilet -1. That should ba
Ki'hwerte. 4 0 0 S MOi)'HA., 4 t . "' . ,
Vonrhi n 4 00 0 OO'Tvoii .. "in no nil excellent bout.
Em'nnPp 100 0 OP'Wild-r.' .10)3 30, -,.. M..i of tho rlilh dec! ire
t,n P"-J- I'enmvk.p . .to.) 1 :'V,.v hnvo .lack tnilmi nml Jim Coffey
a S t. S victory over iiicnninnii 111 inc limiiruu nn-e iia.e i.n- 1 uin-rion, naru'
xecond guiiie of the lln.il s'hi liere to- 11"';" in".;, "'t'-. S1"'!';V- , ?''l'r"Y.''
d,y. I'lo Way kept the local him Med ,n.r Msuer. "".I-'h.. V'on,. ' VP-u
Hoatteieil. Tlie scores, ,11a-,. on tall. Ilv Morris, lie, 1. In M" r ,
HOCIIKSTEIl (I) 1 ItlCHMOND lit l, rnllelloli. : Mlluk nut 11) Mo
abrhoae1 ah r h o .1 e -j, i,v rulbr1"ii. 2 Lift on l-s-ts Hai,
Sloan.rf . .. 401 1 0 oirieui'iis.lf I n ) 1 eo ; , .Vl.niiiciil, 0 l'nsl h.i.e .11 ernr M"iiln 1
HorlUe.lb.. 513 4 1 " K.t.i l.lli. 01 '. "11 1 1 1 of cime 1 hmir llll'l T.". llillt.lt.'- I m
Irf-ai'li.cf . 3 0 0 4 0 0 llriulryx.i I J10 ,'. on i,lri.-.Mi-,r. Ilimi-li. Id mid W. uteri. II
.)a.ob'ii.ll ill sol Hniksiiiii.rf .Ul :i 1 ..,,,.
S.jllll.'.'b. . 5 1 3 0 4 O'.McO-T'll Jl) 711 1 '1, M.( O.MI I. A ML.
Devlin .b 30 0 2 1 0 sienib'r... (0 1 1 3) MONTHKAL ll I . HAl.TIMOUi: I
McAlll'y.s 3 00 T 1 0 lrit sl,.lt 4 0 2 J .1)1 dll r ll 11 .1 ah r lit e
lUle.e 4 1 2 3 4 O.Uejiinlils.c. 3 0 I 3 10 imtilie :ti, I u 2 V i'ltil.-rf
Way.P 511 0 1 0'I.ea'..e,p ., 'VD I i 1 , viur in if .. si 1 J, J " " ltu--ell Ii ('it
. -I - - - - I Mmsel.lf . 401 . n 0 II it It " I I '
Totals, ..J4M127 121 Tolnls ,..3J '1 7 T7 14 I ; c.ithir.if... 411 0 .1 Ttiiaul.lv .Ii 4
Itoehesler 0 I . 0 1 0 0 2 1 .', si.ntery lb 1 0 -' 11 0 Limiril
Riclimnnd,, .. 0 I 0 I 0 0 0 0 1-3 ' W.uii, t . 4111 1 I lti.pl
T-.. 1.... l,ll.Slcl In. .lainh.nu Time l,u.
hit Mi-Hennott. ll.nn' run llHiiktlon. Saerl-
0,-e hlta Devlin, llsnk.t Wu. Lenih.
Htolen ba-l'rlest. linulle pl;i)- l.i-ukii in. ,,. 0,,,.,.,, Tn'uts 1
I'rle.t to i:ill: lleyiields t.. Mi Hormott t,. 1 Totals 4) 4 14 .. 1. . Tunis
Hlelnbminrr. Ha.es 01, Iwlls-orf Wat-. 5: mr Montreal ? 1 I J 2 ,1
liake. 4. bailer hll-Hy Wny. Ilen.ii llaltlniore 1 0 0 n 0 0 1) A
Htrnek out Hy Vtav, 2: by Ltuke, S. I'ni.se. -n i,,e lilts-liamni'i '.', Sinvthe M
ball IIe nobis, llalk V'a. Ittl en bnis SpcrlH.v bit- Wagin r Mobil bases I t
Itoi-hesler, : Itlcliinoliil, I Time of game-- Malsil. Double plat 1'ii'lole and W '
1 hour and 41 tulnuti. I'mplrei- Messrs, Car- iins on ball. Ilv Cp.ttill, .' b ('ml
wiiter ana 1 icary.
SCRANT0N BEATS INDIANS,
state Leaaar Tenin, In llthlbltlon,
Hcorre 4 tn 11 'lclor).
Fcr.ANTiiN'. I'n.. Aug, l.", Tlie Scrnn
ton baaehall teatn of the New York Slate
League defeated the nevoUnd Aluer-
lean 4 tu 3 In an exhibition, giime bujo
to-day: The score:
, , A 0 1 0 1 A A 0 24' It
Hatterle Duschesnll ami "riinnaiij
pallty. Counibe ainl o Neil., uraair.e-
Maura. Thtlbln and Connor.
MARTIN, DEAF MUTE,
GETS NEW MANAGER
Engngcs Men It pin Aflrr Hour,.
Orders Refund of $'N,l) to
Broadway S. ('.
OTHER ttOXTXO (lOSSIP
Silent Martin, the deaf mute ml.Mle.
weight, who whs compelled ,y th. nnx.
Ing Commlrslon In refund J'jnn th
Broadway SportltiR Club, tli!n iim being
In excels of wliut mix dim hint, ,ln iI. .1
Immediately Afterward to change man
agers. So he Informed Al Sllihers In tin
sign lanrmio that they ueie through
as manager and boxer. Then Marti
engaged l'red W, Menkcln to pilot hn
affairs In future.
Martin said II was more congnhl ti
have as manager a inntt nhn could tal'.
tmenlly with hts lingers. Jlclnkoln also
Is ii deaf mute.
Baltlmorcan who naturally faneln
Chancy's chalices against Kllhaiii bol
sters his couracc with this argument ;
"The question Is: Wf.l Kllhane flclr
when Cliaiiev fttlni; him op will h rrv"
t;cllo c me, ho will be Hung. And
there a a possibility for a turn of the
tide here. Johnny can punch, mid If h
beats George to tho flr.t ono ma) he th
wnolo order of things will bo reer.d
But I would much rather writs my
ticket on Chaney. I'm euro he' golnn
Pioneer Bonts To-nlaht.
The patrons of the Pioneer .". (', who
have a habit of packing Doesrereck's
club to the doors, will have reason to
turn out en masse to-nlcht when th
clever (idek Slmler nnd tho rugtwd and
pusnncloiis Kid Burns turn on the fire
works. This e-houtd ho a corking en
counter, and If Slmler can keep his Jiw
away from Burus's muuicy ho should
win on points,
Tlio bout between Bobby Hubon an1
.loo l.virh hntild prove to be second
only lii Interest to tho main combat.
Bennv Leonard will have to keep on
his toes cm Krldiy nlsht nt Saratoga
when ho Pcti Into the ring with
Azcvedo. the punching portucnese. If
Bennv get- too iloe to .1ih's rltht up
lier.'Ut theiV) is I. able to bo glnmn In
1 l.i r i-ii
ijtilte naturally Benny will c all h:
rteveri'.es tn avoid tlio rushes of ths
-if.-peil Aevedo, unit the chances are he
will outpoint Curlcy's man.
Busy nt VTnslilnKtun Pnrlt.
Tlie Washington I'nik Spostlng flub
Is preparing to etao sonic good Imi.i'.s
before tlio close nf tlio outdoor season
Joe .leantietlc, who still can go it bit,
will tackle Soldier Kearns on Saturday
tilnht. and Johuiiv llowntd who has
Jut taimd tho tough Bulling Uans will
ml it with (!oori:o A-b.
Ad Wulgast. who claims li" i.u-iy
.....:....i f,.- i .iime i.ii-. hut then- may
" ! l,e some hitch in that' coiitcet, ui W. r-
I mantel Insl-ls lie lias lnilon Mgn.'J 10
io al Kbbets field.
.lellllliel le nil the (i.
i je.iniiruo i- " i"' ;- "' '" -
i grow uiiucr in- ici .i" ' '''
ol lll!cj nln li.ia U'CU llft.d. lb)
1 hov fanner Jim Sm.tll of Wes'-
Chester at the Arvrno !.' C to-morrow
i,'i;ht nil. I It el'."ill'l fuinsli good clilei-
f the p.itt.'n
of tl.n Broadway H. C.
lor . 'imi'l.unt on Sit
y villi indeed bf bald
l.avo any reus"
, i. .
, miiaj ".'; '
i t.i nle.iM' 1 r tt
(at bono n.nl Joe lint .
loll, lil'l i'l.Hl. i l. no ii... in .. ..
ii' it 'ti fie main event. In tho unit
II; il t Hpe, t.itols will Kit I. tre.it
when t..y -co lPiiny Vulgar boN. T
forir. r .ri'.iieiir i liampi.ni Is one "f t'''',
lev. rest liOMU l.'CU licro ill many a
rii'ddlo Welsh, champion lightweight,
and lii. u l'- Wliil.'. rhli au... w ho ar
m.itiii.il lo pu twenty loutidn ni i o -oradii
Spi itiBi on Labor I 'ay. worked
out at I '.-liver v. st.-r.la . They will so
to tli." i-prliiK-i Int.' tills w.ek for n lliial
e fortnighl'w ll.iliniig bcfoiu tlie licht.
::;! orioles akd royals divide.
llilllllil.ire iiil.es (Iiiiiit III lo III
.11 on I rent Iho Second 4 In I.
Balumokk. Su-'' '' Interintiona' 1,
-A ninth Inn. in; 1 .1 tly -.mvo the ur.o 1
ilic llrst game lieio to-.ln. in to !'. " 1:
t,. IP.y.ils c.uiio back ami n'cuicd .111
even break by elaniining l 'row ell fur .i
4 In 1 victory in tlio M-cniid. Thn t-enres:
MONTItHAI. .1 1 1 llAl.TiMOnK I)
.in r 11 .1 A r nn 1 11 o .1
1 ll.iie. rf
Uu .-'l -l. r '
ll.11 b, r t 1
- . C.,t,er.l f . .'.11 I
'1 oilll.lt .Ii 3 3 3
, , ,(t 1 1 r . 1 1 . - I
: e l.iilll ir.lf
1 ll.irl.ll I.
4 ' MV.-lle.li
0 0 -to 1 111.111 p
4 ' 1 i
4 1 3 I
3 1 11 .1
0 00 0
:' ii .1
limir 111 al. 1 -
Ma Men i- 4 0"
K11ller1rn1.il 4 1 3
I'aduii'.p. . . Coo
! Tut ll 2." W 11 27 1. 3
One out Mlien Hlt.nhig run vtiis scorM.
iliite.l fm .Vlirrl'lle In Hi" s-iiuii) Inning
Mmitreal A ;. fl 0 I n .-, i) 0 1
Italtluiure J 1 0 0 0 0 I 3 )
Tn,, i.m.,- I.iu TiMinibl.. Muriiii. SIstlerr
I Hill III Wl i " i.nir.'il "
4 0 u i 0 f instill
III 1 6 (1 Climi-U .
t nailer hit-nv r.ottni, mii-u
.HI,- lit I IMMI'll.
In I 'adore. 2 li'
bsset- llaltln me. 4. Moultral, Pi 1 list
011 emu Minimal. I ''""' "f t1"' 1 '
nml 4.". lulnuies. t'liiplres Mer. Ueileri
i!Vi'I.C.-lV It lentil club with thr
rnurle n I f nidi use, near Urondtvay ,4-
way -fit' -n m -' ,3. 1 T '.r ' 7 ..' "Ir'AUT ni fr
W '7,';;' '"'''.".ni
,', ,y. ,ir. jiluJciala. Address Ifoom ll".
m vvull .-trret.
0 " " .
1 To-nlglil. rinneer aporttng Clnb,
, 40 vy 41111 i ,""!.. ,"J.V..
ii m nr " s JT 1 " ' " "i'W
a T. Bobby llubon. Adm.