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EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1014
TORW&BANTAM CHAMPION FIGHTER WILL MEET LOUISIANA TONIGHT w
15
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E. BURNS' WILD
THROW GIVES
GIANTS VICTORY
Phillies Downed in First
Game of Double-Header
Today by Count of 3 to 2.
Cravath Drives in Local
CrAfith fctopptnR fit second, tlliy run
nliiR for Cravath. PaMcct forced tlyrne
at aocmid Tcwati W Doyle. Hilly went
to third. Mat tin popped to Fletcher. No
tuns.
ROD AND GUN
Run
s.
PHILADELPHIA BALL PAItK, Sept.
H. E. Duma' wild throw to third lit tho
seventh tuning of tho first riuiio of to
day's double header, gave tho Giants a
3-2 load over the Phillies, which they
maintained throughout tho remainder of
the game.
for llvo Innings both Tlncup and
Tcsieau kept their respective opponents
away from tho plato, tho former IjcIiir
saved several times by good fielding on
tho part of his teammates. In tho sixth
tho Giants slugged out two runs off Tln
cup, but tho Phillies came back In their
half, Hcorlng twice, when Cravath drove
Lobert and Becker ttcioss with a sharp
tingle to ccntir.
Second inning Fletcher skied to
Becler, Itobcrtson knocked a hot ground
er to MuRce; the ball struck Magcc's
clove and was deflected Into light field
for a double: Grant walked; Mcrklo hit
into a doublo play, Martin, Byrno to
Jlagco. No runs.
Cravath grounded to Merklcj Byrno
was safe on Fletcher's error and was
thrown out Meyers to Fletcher In at
tempting to stcul second; Paskert tiled
to Snodgrass. No runs.
THIIID INNING.
Meters was thrown out by Byrne; Tes
reau singled to rlgnt; Snodgrass was out,
Byrne to Magee, Tesreau taking second;
lo)'lc walked; G. Burns filed to Cravath.
No runs.
Martin was thrown out by Grant; E.
Burns filed to G. Burns; Tlncup strucjt
out. No runs.
FOUBTII INNING.
Fletcher doubled to right; Hobcrtson
skied to Cravath. Fletcher taking third;
Grant walked; Merkle hit to Tlncup, and
Fletcher was nin down between tho
bases, Tlncup, E. Burns to Lobert;
Me) era was Intentionally walked; Tes-
reau was thrown out by Tlncup. No runa.
Lobert grounded to Merkle; Becker
klcd to Snodgrass; Magee was thrown
out by Tesreau. No runs.
Fifth Inning Snodgrass walked. Doyle
fouled to Lobert. G. Burns forced Snod
grass Byino to Martin. G. Burns stole
hicctid. Fletcher filed to Cravath. No
iuns.
Cravath struck out. Byrne popped to
fletfher. Pnskert doubled along the
lfft field line. Meyers got Murtln's high
foul Xn runs.
hlth Inning Itoboitson was thrown
out by Mai tin; Giant was safe on
M.igee's trror; Martin got Merkle's high
fl; Meyeis was Intentionally walked;
Tesreau bent out an Intb'Id lilt, filling 'the
bases, .Snodgrass slngletf to centre, scor
ing Giant; Doyle pol.rd a safety to light
and Meyers counted; G. Burns struck out.
Two runs.
E Hums grounded to Merkle; Tint up
boat out an Infield hit; Robertson lost
Lobcrt's high fly In the sun, but got the
ball on the bound and threw out Tlncup
at second, Becker and Mogou walked,
tilling the bases; Cravath singled to cen
tre, scoring Lobert and Becker; Byrno
was tin own out by Tosreau. Two runs.
Seventh Inning Fletcher filed to Martin;
Eobertson singled to centre; Grant was
out, Mngte to Tlncup; Merkle bent out an
Infield hit, Hobertson going to third. In
an attempt to catch Hobertson off third,
l. Burns threw wild to Lobert and Hob
ertson scored, Merkle taking thlid. Myers
vas thrown out by Martin. One run.
llunis now playing right field and Mur
my pin) lug left flnld for New York,
f.rant throw Paskert out; Martin singled
to left; E. Burns lifted to Doyle, and
Martin was doubled oft first, Doyle to
M"iklr. No runs.
EIGHTH INNING
Tesreau walked. Snodgrass singled to
1'it. Tesreau stopping at second. Doyle
filed to Becker. G. Burns forced Tea
fan. Lobert unassisted. Fletcher filed
to Becker. No runs.
Tlncup was thrown out by Doyle.
Lobert fanned. Becker struck out. No
i una.
NINTH INNING.
Heme threw out Murray. Grant singled
to center. Giant out stealing, E BurnB
to Byrne. Mrrltlo walked. Merklo out
teallng, E. Burns to Martin. No runs.
Mago was out, Fletcher to Merkle.
Graath walked. Byrno singled to left.
Thousands of sportsmen Interested In
tod and gun pastimes ntc Invited to con
tribute articles of a personal sort to
tho Evening Ledger's columns. Reports
of fishing trips, successes In tho field and
general newsy tld-blts will be given con
sldeiatlon, Pennsylvania Trap Cct tro
It may not bo generally known hut It
Is a fact that Pennsylvania lends all
other Slates In the number of clubs pro
moting trnp-s'-ootlng spirt. Data iom
piled by tho Trapshootcrs' National Bu
reau, of this city, shows this advantage.
Closed Season for Quail
Essex County, Mass., lias closed tho
reason on nuall for nvo years In the
hope of Increasing the few that now ex
ist there.
Passenger Pigeons Gone
Tho tiuestlon has been nsked, "Do you
think there Is n passenger pigeon In ex
istence?" to which the answer "no" Is
given. The countless millions of theso
birds, which onco shut out tho sunrhluc
by their numbers In flight In various
rectlons, hac been so wantonly dcstioyed
that not a slnglo bird is allvo today.
If he Is he has not been discovered,
though reports from time to tlmo have
been received ftom various sections that
n bird resembling the passenger has been
seen, nieso reports nave been run to
earth by many prominent ornithologists,
and so far not a bird has been discov
ered. There is a standing offer of great
valuo to the person who finds a nesting
pair nnd captures them. Up until a com
paratively short tlmo ago a passenger
pigeon was onef of the curiosities In tho
Cincinnati Zoo.
Big Shoot Tomorrow
Atlantic City will be the Mecca for
tho trapshootlng experts of all sections of
the country tomorrow, when tho annual
Westy Hogan tournament will bo got
underway. This treat is always eagerly
looked forward to by tho handlers of
tho guns, and a royal good tlmo Is In
store If the work of the promoting of
ficials Is to be taken as any criterion.
Pleasing Thoughts
Men of business, whose cares are great
are longing for the thrills and Joys that
follow their annual exodus to well-known
ducking grounds, woods and fishing
'-t..ran, Tho ducking days aro fast ap
proaching, but will not arrive any too
soon for the real sportsman.
Protect Niagara Fish
Seine fishing for bass In the middle of
the Niagara Illver, or from the Islands
In the river above the Falls, will not bo
permitted at any time. Bod fishing is
permissible. Inshore seine setting vill be
permitted as, because of the river pol
lution, there aro no game llsh In that
pai t.
MARTY FRANK SAYS:
A pot In the average mind wears flow
ing tie an" rags behind an' eats one meal
a week. WV think of him as somo cpieer
brand of nut whose soft an" Illy hand Is
'femlnate an' weak. It's hard to even
think at all of any poet playln' ball. Ye
gods, that couldn't be! An" If thero was
one, would you dare to siek him In the
Tiger lali? They've got one station 3.
George Morlarity Is the gent the poet
In the Jennings tent. An' he's a good
one, too. An' yet to see George work
at third a feller wouldn't b'llevo a Woid
of what I say Is true. This handsome,
six-foot athlete writes a lot o' rymln' Junk
at nights an' when tho ol' snow flies. Ho
writes as if he had long hair, but when
the springtime comes ne"s there to beat
out bush league guys.
George ain't a Cobb at battln", but he
plays four hundred with his nut the
whole nine Innings through. An' ficldln',
he has pep to burn. Around thnt final
homestretch turn there's few stunts lie
can't do. Ho broko In with the Cube -naught
four. But Jennings grabbed him
up before he'd big leagued very long, it
sure don't hurt his ba-ebnll none to have
him take his winter fun at wrltln'
rhymes an' song. Copyright by A. M,
corrlgan.
George E. McPhalr has turned out the
following spasm, entitled "Some Job," to
servo upon tho unoffending public. Hero
It Is:
His life would seem
A pleasant drpam
A grand, celesta) hymn.
If Hank O'Day
Could find a way
To handle Helnla Zlm.
Nuf ted.
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PENN'S ELEVEN j LOCAL EXPERTS
LASTUNDERWAY; TO TAKE PART
THIS SEASON! IN BIG SHOOT
The Local Squad Starts
From Scratch in the Big
Intercollegiate Gridiron
Marathon.
Somo Universities Have Fallen
From Grace by Breaking Un
written Rule Against Summer
Training.
Westy Hogan Trap Tourna
ment at Atlantic City To
morrow Attracts Finest
Marksmen of America.
KID WILLIAMS-LOUISIANA, FIGHTERS
These two clever little bantamweight fighters are sche Jeuled to furnish the fireworks in the main bout at the
Olympia Athletic Association tonight. Kid Williams is the present world's bantam champion, having knocked out
Johnny Coulon on the Pacific Coast. Louisiana is one of the cleverest battlers developed in this city in years.
o 9-
By EDWARD It. BUSHNELL
Pennsylvania'-) football squad starts
from scratch this year in the big Inter
collegiate gridiron race. While all of
their rivals have had a hnndlcap of from
one to two weeks' start In the matter of
preliminary practice, the Quakers are
the last to get under wav. On the
fields of all the other inembeis of the
"Blrf Six" by which wp mean Harvard
Yale, Princeton, Cornell, Dartmouth nnf
PenniyPMnla conrh" hae bni-n testing
new and old candidates. It was not un
til today that Coach Gorge II. Brooke
and Captain Albert Journeay had a
chance to meet and sb.'j up the athletic
youths who hope to wear the red and
blue.
Some of the big universities have rather
mer, or a too-long extended, preliminary
fallen from grace In tho matter of ob
serving the unwritten rule agnlnst sum
practice. There isn't any Intel colleglat
agreement respecting thli practice, but
by common consent It was discontinued
several years ago by virtually all of the
big universale-! of tho East on the theory
that It was not exactly fair. But grad
ually all tho others have been advancing
the dntc for calling out candidates, and
although not one has begun as early a."
September 1, several have come perilously
near It. The colleges of the M'ddle West
met the Issue by a signed agreement not
to begin preliminary practice more than
two weeks In advance of the opening of
their universities.
This year Pennsylvania li the only
l adhered to the old understanding. Las'
ear, wnen the Quaker coaches shw that
their rivals were calling out their randl
l dates before the middle of September
George Brooke asked for perm'ssion V
. call out his candidates at the end of the
first week In September. But the Penn
sylvania Committee, under the chairman
thlp of T. Tru.Ntun Hare, peremptorily re
fused this request on the ground that It
was not fair The same position way
taken tlilt year although all of Pennsyl
vania's champioii-hiT, rlals have the ad
vantage of an can) stai t
Philadelphians to Vie With
Others in Tests of Skill for
Fame and Glory Lasts
Entire Week.
Inbred in Baseball
PHILADELPHIA
AB. R. H. O, A. E.
Lobert 3b 4 1,0 3 0 0
Becker, 1-f 3 1 0 4 0 0
Magee, lb 3 q 1 9 j j
Cravath, r.f 3 0 1 3 0 0
Byrne, 2b 4 0 1 2 7 0
Paskert, c.f , w 4 0 4 0 0 0
Martin, ss. . . . , 4 0 1 4 3 0
. nurns, c 3 0 0 1 2 0
TincP P 3 0 1 1 2 0
Totals , 31
NEW YORK
AB,
Snodgrass, c.f 4
2 6 27 15 1
R.
0
H,
2
o.
3
A.
0
uoyle, 2b 4 0 1 4 2
Burns, If., rf 5 0 0 10
Fletcher, ss ,,.,,,..,,.. 5 0 1 2 1
Robertson, r,f ,, 4 1 2 1 1
Grant, 3b , , t ,,,..,... 3
Merkle, lb ,,,,....... 4
Meyers, c 2
Tesreau, p 3
Murray, lf.f ,., ... 1
1
0
1
0
0
1
1
0
2
0
0
7
6
3
0
1
1
0
4
0
E.
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
Totals .....35 3 10 27 10
1
New York 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0-
Philadelphia, 00000200
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Not satisfied with casting his bread
upon the waters of tho Federal League,
John M. Ward Is now said to be supply
ing Weeghman's restaurants.
The Giants now have Smith, Erlckson.
Huenko and Bralnerd. They are classed
as recent purchases. That doesn't meun,
however, that McCraw lost his put chase
In the league race.
It was a big drop for the Orioles to
land in Wilmington after having been In
Baltimore so long. In fact, a true knock
out drop.
Joe Jackson Indignantly resents being
called "Shoeles.i Joe," which Is ample
proof that the story Is true.
The) do say that Lnny I.ajole Is going
back. It looks the other way round to
us. Ho has just moved from second to
first.
The Xatlonal Commission has made all
arrangements and has given the details
for the approaching woild's fcerles vith
tho exception of the betting odds. It is
understood that the voting on that aues
ion was not unanimous.
When William Penn made his treaty
with the Indians some fcensons ago, he
must have hud u hunch that Chief Ben
der and Ben Tlncup were going to prove
useful members of this community.
If Ira Thomas is organizing a baseball
fraternity nil hid own, It will doubtless
bo of Whlstllns-nufus-the-One-Man-Band
lntugc.
George Stiilllngs Is characterized as the
real reserve strength of the Braves 1. c,
he Is a reservist. Which Is our iinbel
llgerent Idea of nothing to be at this
particular epoch In the world's history.
WILLARD'S BACKERS
DON'T FEAR JOHNSON
Check for SI 0,000 Tosted ns Side
Bet on Blp Match.
GV VOUK. Sept 11 -A certified check
for MO.ftW has been posted with Hob Ver
non In support of Jess Wlllard's challenge
to J.uk Johnson. Tho money Is to go as
a side wager, and tho Willard backers
furthermore stand rtady to pay Johnsun
his price of JM.OM'. win. lose or draw, and
find a suitable battleground Inside of six
mouths from the time articles are signed.
GREEK MEETS GREEK
WHEN KID WILLIAMS
BATTLES LOUISIANA
Roped Arena Notes
I Besld. s the Williams-Louisiana bout to-
night the Lancaster A. C. will In
I nugurate its 21th season with a bout bc
twim llarrv Wagner, of this city, and
Juhunv Orelner, of Lancaster. Harry H.
, Hens."i will continue as owner and man-
agr.
1 A A l" Li T Johnny Krause
Ulympia A. A. right 1 o- u- to the rain
I night, where a .
night Very Likely to be
Memorable One With
World's Bantam
pion in Going.
Ch
am-
Obinpla Athletic AsKoriutlon's ofllelata
aro offering an excellent card of boxing
tonight. In the feature f-et-to of tho
night fur Is bound to fly, as KU Will
lams, tho world's champion bantam
weight tighter of Baltimore, Is to put up
his mltts against LouUlairi, ono of the
llashiest little boers developed 111 this
city In many days.
Sammy Hairis and hli protege, Will
iams, nrrlved In this city about 2
o'clock this afternoon and aro stopping
at tho Bingham Hotel. Hurrls stated
Williams was down to weight and per
fectly lit for his engagement with tho
local boy. Loultiinna has trained like a
Trojan for UH battle, and will no doubt
give a good account of himself.
The remainder of the card tonight fol
lows: Semlwind-up Jimmy Hurray, Xevr
York. vs. Young Dlgglus. of this city.
Leo Vincent vs. Al Nash; Dannie Mur
phy s. Eddie Wagner, and Hio opener
presents Frankle Kpurks ami Joe Kunts.
Pans will have the choice of going to
Lew Bailey's P.ilato A. C, in Xorrls
tnwn. for a ten-round bout between
Johnny Krause and Eddie McAndrews,
nount A. C. tomorrow
sU-round battle will be
st.igtd between two big tellows. Otto
Himhes, who claims to be tho middle
weight champion of the Marine Corps,
and Tyrono Costello, a North Penn husky.
Lame Humor ha it that Jimmy
1 aughorty, the Lelperville spoiting man
and manager of Willie Adams and Jack
lilackourn, has acuulred a financial m-
I terest in tho I'airinount A. C.
William Boothby, who has been the
man behind tho clu'k book at the Na
tional Athletic Clui. las sold out his
Interests in that club, and Manager Mc
Gulgan Is now in mlie control.
Humors of tl-e formation of a big club
In West Philadelphia with Jack Hunlun,
the former matchmaker of tho Olympli,
at tho hi ad. will not down. It is iaid
that a largo cur jarn In an eaMly ac
cessibly part of the it) nas been secured
and that alter alt rations are made tl
s.-ating capacity will be oer 3C'.
WILMINGTON WANTS
BALTIMORE FRANCHISE
Manager Dunn Has Matter Under
Advisement nt Present Time.
WILMINGTON. Del.. Sept 14 -As the
result of live games of ball pla)td ,n this
city last week by the Baltimore team of
the International League tho'-e Intel esttd
In the project to bring the team to his
city next season In place of the Trl State
team which became defunct, nre much en
couraged and there Is a belief that Man
ager Dunn who I" also the owner of the
team, may be induced to come here
The grounds of the Trl-state team are
too fur from the centre of the city and no
team which plaved on them has ever been
a success from a financial standpoint,
hence new grounds would haw to be secured.
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., Sept U.
I"lo squads of Philadelphlnns will fac
the traps In the monster Westy Hogan
tournament at Venice Park hero to
morrow afternoon The cream1" of tho
Philadelphia talent and vicinity will b
Ineludeil. Charles Ni wcomb, probably
cue of the most popular shooters In tho
Hnst. heads the degatlon from Phlla--delphla.
He won last year's high ami
tmr championship honors out of a total
of 230 entrants. Tor this title Newcomb
broke 483 out of a possible 600. Jesse C.
Griffith, also of Philadelphia, tied fop
the Westy Hogan amateur champion
ship at singles last year cracking 09 out
of 100 Jay Clark. Jr., In the shoot-off
won. George McCarty, former national
title holder; Vincent Oliver, Frank Pratt,
Harry Sloan. I" M Harncs and Fred
Coleman nre among others entered from
Philadelphia.
Al. Hell, U. N Gillespie. L. E. Mallory,
Jr., J. C. Griffith and Ed. Hellyer Jr..
who last year brought the championship
laurels to Pennsylvania In the State
team race, are on hand again for thfp
n I ti fc. u I r
Wftnlfnllr Tf inrlrnn whrt 1na. if.nl, n flh
compllshed the unprecedented perform- jl'
nnce of winning both the National Am- M
ateur Champlon-ihlp at singles, as well as Jtcj
the doubles In the (Iraiui Amerlenn Mt
Handicap held at Dayton, O , hcp-Je
long list of stars ready for th
program. Henderson, by tho l
the championship of K-ntuckyi
captain mat quintet ror the S &t jrJ
Walter S Benin, of Heading, Fjj yT i
th title In Penns.vlvanla. has 4rfeir fho jj
last to Join the ranks Dr W. H. lint- dl
thews, of Tr.-nton, N J ; F S. Wright, M
of South Wales, N Y ; A B. Itlchardson,
of Dover, Del William Itldley, of What
Cheer, la.; A Wkdebusch, of Fair
mount. W. Va . and F. G. Fuller, of De
troit, MMi.. nil champions of their homo
State, aie among other notnbles In the
game to face the traps tomorrow
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PHILLY GAMES EARLIER
Contests During: Bemainder of Sea
son Will Begin nt 3 P. M.
Business Manager Shettsllne announced
this afternoon that beginning tomorrow
all of the games played by the Philadel
phia National League elub will begin at
i o'clock Instead of .1 30 n heretofore.
This rearrangement of hours has been
made necessary because several tlmej re
cently It hns become too dark for the
players to get the best results In the clos
ing rounds of the games.
Thu Clants w ill lie on deck here to- -ii
orrow for the last time this season-'
us stated, tho game will begin at 3
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