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THUi WASJtLMUTOJN HKKAJjD. SOUXTAX, ATKLL 26. 1912.
HALL ALLOWS BUT FOUR HITS AND NATIONALS LOSE
- NEW YORK HIGHLANDER ATTRACTION HERE TO-DAY
FINAL OF SERIES
GOES TO RED 501'
BY 4 TO 1 SCORE
flallk PitcMiff T6otrmg
for Jfationalsjo 13rak
HUGHES TWIELS WELL
Boston, "4 J Waailnaton, 1. '
Athletics, BrNerrlSrorlt, 4.
Cblcmso, 8t CTevelanrT,0.
Detroit, Oj, St. Lasts,
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r Detroit , 't fat. LotU.
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.111 .s .100
Seeds ta Th CTssbintton Herald.
Boston, Mass, April 35. After pulling
the Bed Box out of first place the Na
tionals found It Impossible to send them
any further down the line to-day. Tom
Hughes, the crafty veteran, meant all
right, and he started out as thougfi he
Intended to make it three straight for
Washington. But his support failed htm
at a critical- moment, acd Tom's best ef
forts were In vain. Boston won, 4 to L
Then, too, the Nationals found them
selves up against a pretty stiff propo
sition in Charlie HalL The Callfomlan
had won two games previously this sea
son after being hurried to some one else's
relief. To-day he started out for- himself
and finished as well as he started. Grif
fith's men were able to sneak in but four
scattered singles and the Sea Lion was
never Jn trouble,
Had both pitchers received errorless
backing up, the score would have ended
1 to 0, In Boston's favor. Hall surely de
served to get away with a shutout, al
though slow handling of the ball allowed
a rather dubious steal home lathe third,
and "Washington's only score. Boston
should have scored but once, although In
the six hits gleaned off old Tom, two
doubles and a brace of triples were In
cluded. There was Just one earned run
in the whole shooting match, and that
was a combination of a single, a sacri
fice, and a two-bagger In the third that
senc jesue nunamaxer across tne pan.
Foster Again Shines.
foster played another fine game at
third to-day. He got half of the hits
made by his side. George JIcBride was
back at short, but did nothing sensa
tional, and.waa weak at tne bat. Moeller
made one bad error that gave the Sox a
run, and helped to send Hughes Into the
air for a while, but Knight's bad muff
that was directly accountable for two hi;
scores -was the prize mlscue of the dayu
Henry was robbed of a three-"bag6er by
one of the greatest TUays that Boston
fans have ever seen. In the seventh the
Washington catcher drove along liner to
far left field, Lewis starting with 'the
crack, of the bat and turning Just be
fore, reaching the "banking. He stum
bled at the foot of this ntu, but before
he fell stuck up his, gloved hand, speared
tne -Dau ana men rouea over on tne
field. He came up with the ball In his
mitt Just as the surprised Henry had
rounded second on his way to third.
Neither-side scored in the first, although
Speaker rapped" out a savage three-bagger
after two men were out. In the
second, both teams went down In order,
but In the third session, the Red Sox as
well as tha-Natlonal broke the ice.
Nationals' Only Tally.
Henry drew a pass in this spasm with
one down. Hughes spanked a screaming
single to right and Hooper shot the ball
-back sharply toward third. Hall Inter
cepted it, seeing that he could not pre
vent Henry from getting to third and
then milled Hughes, who had kept on to
second. Moeller drew a pass, was nailed
fifteen feet off the bag by Hall, but In
the meantime Henry, who had started
home, kept on going, Wagner was so
surprised that he held the ball, the run
ner scoring and MoeUer getting safely
back: to first, but this was Washington's
only run. and although a pass to Moeller
and Fosters second safe drive put men
on third and first In the ninth with none
down they couldnot register again.
In the third for Boston, Ntmamaker
started with a hit to center, took second
on Hall's sacrifice and scored on Terkes
The run In the fifth was a very cheap
one, Hall being hit by pitcher, taking
second on a sacrlflee and stavlnir then
while Terkes whiffed, but Speaker was
purposely passed and when Moeller made
a glaring muff of Bradley's puny fiy.
Hall came home.
Two were down In the sixth when Nun-
Boston........,,, 'fT, 3
Tn.ii.irM. ...., ,... ( 1
WASHINGTON.-...-... f 4
atrrflM...-.. ... (
St LobU....-. .-.- t T
Drtrott....- t T
NtwTak.. ... 1
1H O man ever ost money buying" Rilll
Ht 111164)11 SHOES. Thousands have
For 1 J2 " l Uilos Male
apsaker started trouble again with & safe
Mt, Hal smashed a scorcher off He-
Brides shine but George retrieved, toe
ball and pegged to Knight la time .for a
lores out. i iKmgnt made a sius and
both men were 'Ale. Hooper a lone
trinle to right drove In the two last rues
of thS game.
T- The Score. -
"WASHINGTON. AB. B. xL. VO. A- E-
Moeller, ir. ....... 2 o
Foster. 3b , 4 0
Julian. cf. 13 4J
Sehaefler, rf:...,., 0
Flynn, lb............ S 0
Knight Jjb...,....., 10,,
Henry, c .S 1 6 1
'Bashes, !...:...... 3 0 10 3
Long......... ..,..'.r.o o j o o o
If Totals..."..,.-!',.; S 1 4 13
BOSTON. AB. B. Hi PO. A.
Hooper, rf... ........ 4 C 1 1 1
Terkea. .w, 4 6 1, -a 4
Speaker. tC.wCpXa 0 1-0 0
Bradlev, lb.,..,..l.mA O 0; 7 0
Gardner, 3b. 4 0 0 00
Lewis, lf,....,,. 4 0 17 1
"Warner, bs... 4 0 0 3 3
Nunaraakeri c...... 4 I I 6 2
Hall, p.-.. l 2 o 0 1
'Totalis........... S 4 S7 U
Ban tor- MoeUer.
Washington 00100000 01
Boston.,, 00101200 x 4
TrikhiM tiltYrlt T.wt. ThMH.
ta. hits Speakrr, Hooper. Stolen
bases Milan. Bases on balls Oft Hall.
&: off Hughes. 4. Struck out By Hall.
7: by Hushes, S. Sacrlflee hits Hall.
Hooper. Hit by pitched ball By Hughes
(Hail). Umpires Messrs. Connolly and
Hart. Attendance 2,000.
NOTES OF THE GAMB
McBride's suspension was lifted Just
before the game began. f
MoeUer and Bradley came together In
'the first Inning and for a moment It
looked as though both were temporarily
knocked out. Moeller had hjt In front
of the plate and Nunamaker'a throw to
first -was low. Brad got It In front of
the bag and held on,v hurting his left
knee and the shock burling Moeller over
the baseman's head. Moeller was so
badly shaken up that Long was sent in
to run for him In the ninth.
Stahl is out of the game for a few
days. In practice he ran down into the
dugout after a wide thrown hall and
twisted his ankle badly, slipping on his
Tommle Connolly has been assigned
to cover the. opening of the "Washington
team at home. He left on the same
tram with the Nationals.
Dixie Walker waa chased off the bench
In the middle of the game for his noisy
coaching. Connolly threatened to make
Alnsmlth and others follow Dixie's lead
If they didn't hush up.
Dully Lewis had seven put-outs and
pne assist, qulto a record for an out
fielder. Milan had four put-outs, two
or them" robbing Lewis and Terkes of
It is rumored here that Cleotte will
be given a try-out In the opening- game
between the Athletics and Sox to-mor
row afternoon and that if "Knuckles
fails to deliver he will be placed an. the
baseball market without delay.
NAPS SHUT OUT.
Sox; with Bens Twirling, Blanks
Cleveland. April Joe Benz shut out
the Naps to-day, 8 to 0, and eased them
down with five hits. Bern's spltter was
working well, and he received the best
of support. So potent were the slap
sticks of Callahan's crew that the show
was all over in the opening inning.
Harry Davis chased himself Into the
pastime and reorganized the Naps, with
Krapp as the centerpiece. 'It was no
use. The Box raked Krapp for five tal
lies and four safe blows In the front
stanza. Lajole made three of the five
hits Fenz was good enough to allow.
n.tM innnir.1 rn .i.wf mnn
RaUl ..... 4 Hil
Iced, 3t .. 3 1 0
CU-a. IX- 3 4 t
Bodle. cf...S I 3 0
CoHb, Tf..4 0 1
ztuo. lb.... j 11111
'Ve.TO', au IMII
Blocs. c ISII
Bern, p . 10l
4 I 4 S 1
4 a e 0
Rraa. if .
.! 1 I I I
Total ..... X Sris 4
CUdJO. ................ HlHltlM
ajj... ..-....... ooooooooo-o
BansIced, r-n.imi Bodi. Zd-er (9, Wearer
(SJ Block. Left on hues C caco. I: C3er -d. &.
Hit m-de Off KrxrP. I I mins, off Steeo, i
ia 3 irniiwp T-ibu - nearer, XJote, oro.
Tbiee-ta hit-Blot Baerlses alt Bern. Stoba
!- Iml, Ooa Doaou purt Wmrer to Hat
to Zc er: Kntcp to Bra-do to Darla to L-Jcte.
ZckUr to Wearer to 2elrr'r Oboa to L-laie,
Wearer to Zeider. -Pint bua 00 t-t-Off Krapt",
T; off Bern, Struck oct-Br Krapn, 1; br Benz,
2. "Wild ratchet Knpp. 3. Umpire-M at n. 1CT
lis and DiDser T ne at gv o 1 aoctr and t
The double-header Sunday at Union
League Park, Fifteenth and H Streets
Northeast, promises' to be an exciting
affair. The Butchers will cross bats with
the Capital City Cubs In the first same.
and In the second contest King Brady
and Kraft will be the battery against
the famous ex-Washington Giants. The
Butchers' share of the receipts will "be
donated to Fat Diner, the local player,
who -was recently stricken with appen
FOR IM STAT.
ON HOME FARE
New" York Highlanders the
'Attraction To-day in
- ' First'of Series.
GIAD HAND FOR STREET
By WILLIAM IEET.
Griffs Nationals return to the Florida
Avenue concrete coliseum to-day after a
short invasion of the city of culture and
long-haired reformers, where the Boston
Bed Sox were encountered and beaten
two out of three, one game of the series
going into the postponed pack because
Not since the days of Jake Stahl and
that sensational ride to the top Cf the
American League race many years ago
have the Nationals been ablv to sldp
out with a Boston scalp dangling. This
was accomplished because GrlfTs team
played better ball than the Red Sox.
There seems to be no reason why a
good, big crowd should not turn out this
afternoon to bid the boys welcome. If
the weather holds fair, all the fans will
be on- the Job.
Harry Wolverton, the new manager of
the New York Highlanders, will make
his initial bow here to-day. Wolverton
formerly wore a Washington uniform
and Is well known in the Capital. Thert
Highlanders are at present very much
shot to pieces, but they""ha.e Just fin
ished giving the Athletics a hard tussle.
and from past performances usually put
up winning baseball on the Florida Ae
There are so many new feces on- the
New" Tork club that it will take some
time to become acquainted with them
all, but one member of the Highland
clan who will be accorded a warm wel
come Is Charles (Gabby) Street, the
former Washington catcher, who was
traded last winter for Jack Knight and
Gabby Is the Highlanders mainstay
behind the bat. and while not m the best
possible physical shape Is putting up
grand game. t
It tba-Nationals continue to play the
kind of-ball they have been putting up
since the season opened, there Is every
reason to believe that the four-game se
ries with New Tork which starts to-day
will be won by GrlfTs hopefuls. The
writer looks for better than an even
break three out of four. If the weather
man does not Interfere.
It is more than likely that Dixie
Walker or Carl Cashlon will be on the
firing line for the Nationals this after
noon, although Boss Griff may send In
one of his youngsters, Boehllng or
For the Highlanders It looks as if Jack
Qulnn or Jim Vaughan would be ordered
for box duty, both of whom In times
past have been troublesome for the. Na
tionals. The Red Sox may not win the pen
nant, but Just now they are putting up
a first-rate Stahl.
The following Is from tho pen of a
well-known St. LouU baseball writer:
Last lau tne common people of New
Tork demanded a sacrifice for the club's
failure to down the Athletics. Fans pick
ed out "Bed" Murray for the goat and
had him all but fired or beheaded.
This was because of "Bed's" failure to
make a single safety in the series. But
have you noticed "Bed" beating It for
the bushes? Not the case at alL Red"
is playing sensational baseball for the
Giants, and his Job Is solid, despite the
clamor of last fall.
McGraw is an appreciative man. who
"passes no snap Judgment on his em
ployes. Ills example Is one that well
might be emulated by his contempora
ries. baseball manager in Cincinnati Is
actually being greeted with applause in
stead of Jeers. Hank O'Day is really a
hero. But hold! Walt! Not so hasty!
The season is young.
The Reds are winning now, but when
the sun shines down on the Bhlne like
the heat that envtlops an omelet the
story may vary very much. For con-
-rmation that this conjecture is not
wild pitch -we refer any possible doubter
to Old Fox. Griffith, Ed Barrows, Joe
Kelley. and oh. so many, many others
whose coming to the Red management
nas marked their baseball hari-klrt.
Mrs. Helen Hathaway Roblaon Brit-
ton, the only woman major league base
ball magnate, has announced to her
;eam, the BL Louis .Nationals, that sne
Intends to travel with the players much
or the season this year. i intend to
have a pennant winner," sne said. i
want to know alt the inside -wor-i-gs of
me game. xve turned my two cmiaren
over to my mother ana wtti travel wttn
tne iuinajs much of this season.
He aggressive DaseDail ana, regret 11
wnen our pi-yers am too laayii-e. air.
Kresnanan, wno is tne best manager
anywnere. is at his best wnen ne is ngnt
lng. sometimes a grow to impatient
wnerr the other players stana ty and ut
nun ao ail tne ngnung 1 just wantea
to get rtgtlt down into the nela and nem
After the Highlanders come the Bos
ton Ked Box, ror a series, followed oy
all of the Western clubs.
At Mosural-McilteII 1; rnrrUrner.
At RochetTwRjM!faet S Irrw C
Jt TOrDero-ToraDtow jf rttrfirk,
At BnfcJg-.Baff.lo, 1; BalHame. J. ;
Anybodr want 4jo algn Cpbbl Paul fhi
only Tar's brother.Tias balked at the con
tract XJncoln has ottered hlra and the
Western league club Is trying to dls
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Every Sece. of good
we we ia COLD
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Athletics Defeat Yankees in Thir-
teen-inning Contest by
5to 4 Score.
New York, April 3. For thirteen in
nings to-day the tno diamond stars. Ben
der and Ford, had a pitchers' battle, the
Indian winning out.
The Athletics had apparently gotten
away with the game In the first four
Innings, but the Highlanders by steady.
uphill work, managed to tie the score In
the sixth. Then for seven Innings there
was nothing but fast, snappy ball, until
the Athletics put tho deciding run across,
score S to 4. Score:
Athletics. AnltO A E
DuleU. cfrf. 1(11
Coleman. Jb-$ a 1 I 1
fitrank. If -. a a 4 1 a
OWrtnt cf... Itltl
CoUiaa, St..- 4 I I f a
uur ID..... BC I
Mutln. ta. ... S 1 S
HirtiriL It .. I O 1 I
Kan, rtcf I X a
zinn. ir.. ... t i i a a
OtnUner. ax. 5 SITS
Slrrrt. a..... lllil
noUnt ........ a a a a a
... s a a l
rora, n ... 4 i a
laldirtU: 1 4 0
ToUlf.-... U I
BiUed for Street ia IhirtMotli.
titan for Wclrrrlon In thirteenth.
tBatted for Ford in thirteenth.
Fhnadelpala.. t ! I ll ) M t H I M
lhm-4Hlrrnc (2). Murrttr. McTania, Bam,
rTanu, (lardlnrr. Street, lint hue on rrrorv
PhQadcliihla, 3. TWcbftM hlt Tboinaf. ConiDJL
Barrr. Three-baM blt-Martia. eUerifleo tilt
Burr, Feed, Colllaj. Etolen bue-Colln D,
Binr. Left en hue-'cw Tort, 3: Flilbdelpbla.
T. DonUa rlar Collins to McMInnU. Baiei on
talb-OS FSed, "1; oO Bender. 1. SI met out-Bj
Fred. 3; tr Bendrr. 4. WUd rcn Ford, rasacd
ballt-Stmt, i UnptrceMejm. OToctblln and
Wrerrelt, Tim et came 2 boon and 3d mia
etra. TIgERS WIN OUT.
Defeat St Lonis Browns in Six
St. Louis, April Z. Bain put an end
to to-day's game, between the Browns
and Tigers in the sixth inning with
Detroit In the lead. 6 to 1. It was the
Tigers first victory over the Browns
this season. v Southpaw Hamilton was
knocked out of tho box, three runs
coming" la the .second Inning and three
more in the fifth, when Cobb put the
ball in the right field seats with two
on. Wallace's triple cave the Browns
their lone run off Mullln. Score:
fit. iAih. n it n a e
AB H O A E
Bhotten. rl.ilil r
Austin. Jo... 3 tats
BtortlL lh. s o s 1 a
unto. (a. 3 a o i
lapurta, it.0l It
On. font, if .3 i i a a
Loodea. 3b..- ttlll
Rtanise, e.,3 1 4 a a
Mama. p....i a a s a
nca, a.,.,-3 i o q v
.z o 4 s a
l a a o
Totals 415 T
Totals..... B ru 2 1
Batted for Hatolltoo la the fifth.
st. LouU... - a a a i a e-i
DetrdU....... !., UII1M
Bnns-WaDaee. Mtt. Oobb. Delehaatr. Gilnor.
Looden, Mall la. Tro4an bits Crawford, Otle
bantr Three-base Ut-WsHice t Horn. rrtn-Cbbh.
Stoisce kit Oainor. Dtmblr tlirs Dtlehsntr ta
Gslnor; Pratt U UaOste. lltt br latched baD
Br VtolUn. Shottcn. Dun on balb-Oir ilolMn, "t;
ro .ninuiroa, x. ooncK cnu ur uaui 3r br
Himittai. L Iteeord OX nnnlltoo. 4 hits and c
nmr-In, t hmimv Left on, bases ML. Lonla, 4. De
troit, L Umptrrs ' Xleigrs Erana and lan. Thna
of cunt 1 boor and 33 mlnntea.
WlllettJi Beats Holt.
Philadelphia, April S. Johnny WUletts
beat Beddy" folt fn a fasf six-round bout
at the Douglas A. PL to-night" WffetU
juet kept pegalng. Jit h's tfvat unUl his
body punches roa.de Holt bang on la the
sou ruuot - -
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BUILT ON SOLID MERIT
ELEVEN BIG ESTABLISHMENTS IN ELEVEN CITIES
From JL SUM to CUrk Griffith
In sorrow we will welcome our brave
boys back to the Concrete Coliseum this
P' m. To hae lost even one game to
Stahl's Egotists was bad, very bad.
Hower, It were better so; it is hardly
meant that the Sacred Codfish) be
draped In black, the Common filled with
a sorrowing throng, and Faneull Hall
turned into a sarcophagus wherein lie
those new-born hopes that have wreathed
In smiles the long-haired men and short
haired women denizen of Boating.
As it Is, an ineradicable stain has been
plastered on the robes of the Transcen
dentalllsts, and the cryptograms of
Browning are being searched to find a
reason for this calamity which has
befallen the Representatives of Intellect,
oVxlnsh. baked beans, and bounce. As
Tom Moore remarked upon an occasion.
"it is strange. It is dreadful, that the
Bravos of the Boy Banker should be
beaten two out of three, but that the
castlgatlon should be administered (that's
a bear cat of a phrase, eh?) by "Wash
ington's Weanlings O tempore. O Hoses!
And again Tom Moore: "Shout. Tyran
ny, shout! And return to your empire
of darkness once more!"
Well, here's where you-all get into
year accustomed Intellectual surround
ings.. This hero high-brow stunt was
getting on my nerves. Our brave boys
engage the down-trodden representatives
of Braegartvllle to-day; but hae al
care. Jack Dalton; this day one year
ago you-all bad Cornelius McGllIlcuddys
Majesties In the cellar, the cellar door
locked, and the key thereof In Hush
Jennings' pocket. The dope I Oh. look
at It for yoursclr. But remember dope
don't go this') ear.
alt & it w Tt
raoj jaiiooau a s uosion. ...., i a
rXS-Satfcraila.. 5 K 0 New Tork....... 3 la
lacT-NaUonala,. I t 1 J.OW ort.. U
ncs-NsOooalSw. 13 4 Athletic....... 3 r
BlO-.Satlooals.. S SI 3 .Sr Tork. 7 4 1
i3u-5auoDAu.. z a auucxks.. i a a
.Totals......... U 44 It ToUls.,..-... 3 43 i
Won. 3, lest, 3. Atmie runs rrr'ttnn for !
Ilonsls, 3 1-4? for crponents. 414. Arrrage hits
per sinw ror nauooau. i w;. ror opponents.
11-6. Arms errors per nmt lor Aatloosls,
31-3, for opponents, 4.
P. S-rHoward Poynts says one or
McBride's tires blew out In the stretch,
th'at Tom. Hughes run out of benzine,
and that Jack Knight's sparker wasn't
working right. It's positively disgusting
how some people will talk shop.
HARVARD CEEW ABBI7ES.
College ElRht Heady to Tackle the
Spedal to The Wuhlrtoa Herald.
Annapolis, April n. Eight husky oars
men representing the college crew of
Harvard, In charge of Coach Stevenson,
arrived In Annapolis to-day for their race
against the Naval Academy's second
crew Saturday afternoon. The Crimsons
are quartered at the academy as guests
of tho Midshipmen. With favorable con
ditions of weather and water tho Miltors-
got in a good practice spin on the Severn
HTTT.TOP SyAR HURT.
asu rolej, GeorrxetoTTn Banner,
Sprains ilia Ankle.
Sim Foley, sub on last year's George
town footbsll team, and a promising long
distance runner, -sprained his right ankle
yesterday at track practice and will be
unable to run In the Baltimore meet on
Foley was counted upon as a sure point
wlnirei-for tire- Blue-and Gray.
Harry Davis is cneourasliur Joe Jack
son In the latUr's desire ta outstrib TV
' Cobb for the season's .baseball hoaora;
Te Knt VtU-ftoa BH Napr U Mt-w a Umt
"Mm m a Cfciwfiiaijiip Gtmt m dwHtwc k-M-t
910 F Street N.W.
Nationals Defeated in Independence
League Battle, 5 to 2.
Aloyslus signalized its first appearance
in the Independence league by defeat
ing the National A. C yesterday t to l
The winners scored two runs In the
opening inning on hits by 0"Kellly and
Handiboe. and Beach's tap to Brum-
mer, which the pitcher threw to lett
held In an endeavor to catch OKelliey
at third. The rationals tied It up in
their half of the first when Whltmarsh
walked and went to third on Lt. Kusso'a
single. Kawiings then cleared tne Dogs
with a screaming double to left.
V. A. a AB H O A E
T. Rm. rf.-1 1 1 a a
U Rosso, B.1III1
HoUorsn. lb.. 3 a a a 1
Rosen, ss 3 I a 1 a
Tonmer. ef ., z a a a a
neuiirsn, w . J a l w
Miaua, u.-.., i v v o
Totals... X I1ST1
Alorsinr'. . -, .,
hitioosl A. C...
Totals 39 3 IS T t
.. -.. : i i i i -:
Bana-OIIefflr O Basdiboe O. Toomey, Walt-
Bartn. Lw Bosml First base on errao Aloruus. Z.
Left on bases-AloTsIns. 4; National A. CU I First
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