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Wolgast Winner Over Joe Rivers Technical Crew Defeated
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"Fake," Is the
"Welch Favors "Wolgast
Charged that Rivers Should Have
Been Given Decision Over
11,000 SPORTS SEE THE MILL
SpedU to The Washington Herald.
Los Anseles, July i. The "Wolftit-
Rlver battln cnass to a epeouculsr end'
Ins In the thirteenth round, after a
dramatlo climax that left the world's
LKhtwUsbt chamsioninip stJl -n little
Ad'a possession, coated the tongues of
U.00O a-ood sports with the taste of Job
bery, and sent the veteran. Referee Jack
Welch, hurrying from the Vernon Arena
to escape mob violence.
Wolrast had been th& ascrcssnr nid
was forcing Rivers In front of him along
the ropes on the north side of the ring.
Lashing out. the champion sent a right
to the body, and followed with a low
left to the bait errltory. Rers era tiled
to the floor jnder tils crushing assault,
and the force of the delivery carried
Wolgast toppling upon the Mexican.
Both men claimed a foal. Wolgast
struggled wearily to a fitting position
and threw both gloved Lands to his ab
domen claiming that Rivers had use!
his knee. Laying at full length on the
canvass the brown challenger shrieked
that the blow which floored Rivers had
been a low one delivered In foul terri
tory. Looking down upon the pair of lads
or the floor, Welch faltered for two or
three seconds as though In a quandary,
and then used his left hand to help both
men to a standing position, while with
his right he began to go through the mo
tion of counting Rivers out. In the
meantime Wolgast staggered free of the
official's hand and tottered about the
ring, affecting great pain. Also Rivers
pulled himself to his feet and as Jack
continued to palm oft the seconds, tho
finishing bell sounded, signaling the end
of the round.
Wolgast was hurried to his corner.
Local Sandlotter Joins Team at
Once Sent by Manager
OTHER AMATEUR COMMENT
Br C "W. SWAN.
A'dam Walter, better known as Monk,
hss been ordered to report to the Norfolk
Club, of the Virginia League, by Man
ager Griffith, of the Nationals.
Walter has been working out with the
Nationals the past few days, and when
President McCarry. of the league, asked
Manager Griffith for an outfielder, the
boss of the Climbers sent him Monk.
Playing with the Cornell Tigers. Monk
has been going like a house anre, ana
should have little trouble getting a good
start tn the Virginia circuit.
Only one game was played In the
amateur leagues yesterday, the Pepco ag
gregation, with Ted Sullivan In the box,
handing the Manhattan tribe a 9 to 0
It begins to look as If the Pepco lads
will just about land the title In the In
dependence League, and while Loffier has
a slight lead at the present time, the
majority of the fans predict tnat tne
Electricians will win in a walk.
To-day In the Northern Association.
The Washington Herald Club will hook
up with the fast going Regents. This
game. If the Newspaper lads capture It.
will just about put them in the lead for
the bunting, as either Eddie Thompson or
Jack O'Brien will do the hurling for the
Herald outfit, a win is predicted
The National Athletic Club of the In
dependence League, broke the winning
streak of the Leesburg aggregation yes
terday, taking a double-header, 1 to 0,
and : to i. -
Forest Thompson and "Lefty" Staub
did the hurling for the National, and
they held the Farmers safe all the way.
Big George McBride, the former star
of the Cardinal Athletic Club, of Alex
andria, caught both games for the Na
tionals, and It was his stick which won
the second game. Mac shoved a tw
tacker over 'second base In the fifth
Inning, scoring a. minute later on a
It is now up to the amateurs to show
Manager Griffith that they appreciate
bis donating of the ball park for the
post-season series, by turning out strong
on amateur day.
To make it a huge success, the man
agers of the teams will have to start
getting the boys In line at once, and
with a week's notice they shoulr be
able to get their full team In the
When the amateur commission meets
Monday in the offices of Manager Grif
fith in the Southern Building, plans for
amateur day will be discussed, and a
It Is requested that the presidents of
the different leagues ascertain the exac:
number of clubs In the league which
will turn out, and report to Chairman
King at the meeting Monday night
AMATEUE GAMES TO-DAY.
Capital City League Capital
Columbia League Equitable
Northern Association Herald
Departmental League Interior
East Washington League
Ninth vs. Presbyterian.
Government League Open date.
Independence League Aloy
slus vs. National.
R- R. T. M. C. A. League Open
Linden School League Ingram
Marquette League St. Steph
en va. Printers.
W6&? M rjm&zMS.
wy j n .etaaaaw TJEpyjBH
where he lay back on his chair at fuU
length with his handlers working over
him. Stivers dropped Into his chair
in a weakened condition when Welch
turned toward the champion .gesturing
that the latter had won.
As soon as the spectators realised the
effect of the decision there was an up
roar. Welch managed to reach the ground
before the crowd reallxed that Wolgast
had been decided the winner.
To the newspaper men. Attorney Earl
Rogers declared: "It was the most gi
gantic swindle, the most wholesale bit
of robbery that evr came to my notice.
As early as 10 o'clock this morning It
came to my ears that a plot was on foot
whereby Wolgast was to be given a
victory, no matter what the cost should
be. I watched every move of the three
men Inside the ropes, and was satisfied
early In the bout that the referee was
favoring Wolgast. I openly charge that
the decision was a 'crooked' one."
As the decision of Welch became known
the great crowd surged In about the
ring. shouUng "Robbery." and calling for
Welch to show himself.
"Get Ad out of here. Welch has given
him the decision," said one of the cham
pion's seconds, and Wolgast was quickly
bundled through the ropes and to the
dressing room. On all slles the specta
tors were hissing, hooting and shouting.
"but the Wolgast party looked neither to
the right nor the left.
GOES TO NORFOLK.
Local sandlotter, who joins Virgin! League Qoh
Take Two Games from Leesburg
Club, 1 to 0 and 2 to 1.
Special to The Washington Herald.
Leesburg. Va., July 4. The National
Athletic Club of Washington journeyed
here to-day and administered the first
defeats of the season to the strong Lees
liurg Independents, w-lnning the first
game, I to 0, and the second battle,
; to 1.
Nick Carter, formerly of the Ath
letics, and Forest Thompson hooked up
in the first game and the latter was re
turned tne victor. Thompson fanned
twelve and allowed but four hits. Scores:
Oonroy, If ... 3 1 t 1 0
VeBriot. c 4 011 1 0
Holm. rf.. 4 10 0 0
Kswlingi. as. 1 1 J I 0
King. Jo. 10 110
Tl!lT. tf . ...41000
Btewsrt. 2b.. 4 1110
Murphy, lb... Hltl
Thompaoa. p. 1 0 t 1 0
Lemhnr AR IfHAR
GltSOO. rf.. .. I 0 0 0 0
Jenkins. 3 .. 4 1 1 1 1
Fn. n. .... 4 0 111
CaJM-II. 3b... 1114 1
It Tillett. c. 4 1 S I 0
Wise, lb 10 110
Carter, p. .... 10 10 0
P Tillett, I1.HKI
Tibb. cf 10 10 0
Totals... . a r II Totals. a 4- 11 1
'King oat: hit br batted balL
Nationals 01000000 01
Leeiourf 00000000 0-0
Run RawlmfiB. First baas br ermra Vatlm.T. 1 .
teeiburg, L Left on baKs-Nationals, J; Leesburg,
4. First base on balls-Off Thompson, 1. off Carter,
L Struck out Bj Thompson, 11, by Carter. S. Two-
naae nil Auwunga. Bacnnce hit Kawungs. Stolen
bsses-ODoroj 09. Csssel. R. TilletL Double plsy
McBrida to Stewart. Umpire Messrs. McFsnahd
and-Dowden. Time of game 1 hour and SO minutes.
t .Nnff. IRUn a v
3 V I 9 B
Hamilton. If. 1 I o 0
Jenklna.b.. 1 I 1 1 0
Frye. aa. .... 10 110
taell. Jb.. . 2 0 0 1 0
McDanlel, if.10 1 1 I
ie. lb. .. 114 10
TUlett. e.. Jtltl
Jackson. P.... 2 0 0 10
Butao, cf..... 1 0
Fanafaaw. rf- 1 0
Rswilnp, u.1 1
Ktaig. lb... 1 1
Stewart. 2b... 3 0
Mnrphy. lb-. 1 0
Buub. p . 1 1
3 inn i
Touis..... a"ta"t o
l o c i o-i
..... 0 0 0 0 10 0-1
Earned runs X. A. 0.
t First bass by errors-
Leesburc L Left on bsaea-K. a r
a. rim bssa on balls-Off Suub, ; off Jartaoo. i.
Struck out-By Staub. S. br Jaekam. T. fws..
Mts-McBride, Btaub. gtaleet bases-Jenkins, King,
empires Messrs. UcFsrlsnd and Dowden. Tims
of tuns 1 hour and S mlnntes. Atteddasce 2,000.
CIvrlA nfiiAn'a t-ittrri if VnA' .L-
liner with two on in the closing round
Kiueo. a cnance tor tne pets or Wolver
Ion to score,
0Dowd was the first hatter nsaaM hv
Groom. It came" in the ninth.
DODGERS WIN TWO
Peerleu Matty- Batted from Eox in
Morning Game Wiltse Ham
mered in Afternoon.
SCORES ABE 10 TO 4 AND 5 10 2
Special to The Washington Herald.
New York. July 4. The New York
Giants failed to equal the record of the
Washington Nationals of seventeen
straight victories when the Brooklyn
Dodgers took two games to-day. In the
morning by 10 to 4. and In the afternoon
by 5 to r
Like the Nationals the Giants' winning
streak was broken by lo-lng two games
the same day.
Christy Mathewaon was the hurler who
allowed the Dodgers to break the winning
streak, when be was hammered out of
the box In the third Inning of the morn
ing game, and was replaced by Tcsreau,
who sailed to last the Inning out. giving
way to Crandall.
Wiltse pitched the afternoon contest
and allowed eleven hits, while Stack
held the Giants to seven, and won S to Z.
The first game was a heart-breaker
In more than one way, as the fans had
counted on the Giants equaling the rec
ord of the Washington club, and also
of seeing Matty pitch a game like the
ones he worked during the greater part
of last season. They were disappointed
In both, as the Giants lost and Matty
was hammered hard. Scores:
New York. All It O A n
Mcean, d ... I O 1 t 1
Northen. If.. U 1 I I
futahaw. I 1 : 1 I
Dojl. 3. ...4 1110
Merkle. lb.... (!H
Himr. rf .11111
Hecker. cf ...1041?
IHubm, lb.. 1 1 I I I
iihMt if. . a s. a a o
Hummel, 2x. I 1 4 5 1
Tonlry. .... litll
Mmn, e ..HIM
UliaMI. C -111!
Fletcher ee. 1111S
Mathewson, p 0 0 0 0 0
Harm1 0 0 0 0 0
Miner e... . 3 z x z
KagSa. p.. .. 3 0
.. 1 4 0 1 0
ST IS fT SI TMn T .00000
p. v a v
I TWaU... . Iirlll
Battel for Mathewson in thiid toning
Brooklyn .. . 014101X0 0-10
hew Tort 0010000014
Runs Moran G). Ncrtheu J. Wheat 0. Hommea.
Tingling CD. Doyle. Tlersog. Fletcher. Barns. Flit
base on errors New York, 1. Brooklyn, I. Two-baas
hits-Wheat 8. Tlnsline. Miller, llumj. Three
ba hit-Tooler Baerin hlta-Moran, Cntabaw ffl.
Sacrifiea flies Danbrrt Wheat. Stotea baaeaDah
bert. Millar Irtt on baata-New York. . llrooklrn.
9 Donbls plaja Hummel to Danbert. llerzot tv
Mrrkla to Mnera. Ilrrzoc to Mrrkle Plrat ba on
balls-OS Tnrean. 1. off CnndaU. 1: off yinitlr.f.
:. off Ratnn. L Struck cut-Bj llathewiori. 1. bx
Crandall. 1, br Bacan. L Hit br plteber Br Kazan.
Fincher Paaard baU-Htjrra. Hltl made 3
Malbewaon. 0 in 1 Innings, off Tesrrau. 1 in 1 1 In
nlng, off Crandall, S tn 91o innings off Tingling. 0
in SM tnnlnga, off Ragan. 4 hi 5U inning. Urn
rarea Mfwi Brennan and Emalle. Time ot gama
2 hours and 1 oinntea.
BmnMro. AB It O A E
Moran. of... 4 110 0
New York. ABHQ AE
Rentrrua If. 4 O 0 0
U. 4 9 9 9 9
Sortben. rf . 4 0 1 0 0
-nuhaw, htltl 1
n.nhrrL lh.. t 213 0 1
iwiyi. s ..... a i a w
MerkK lb ... 1 1 11 0 0
lnmv rf ... 1 1 1 1 I
Uhn If .. 4 1 I 0 0 I RtckR-
CI ... 9 9 I V
.... 10 110
Hummel. 2a 4 1 1 S 0 i Hrnoe.
llllf leym e ..11410
4 1110 Ft-trcer. m. 3 4 14 1
110 10 Wiltae. p ... I I t I 1
Mil 13 l Totals. Slllll
NewXork 00010000 O-X
Bona Nortben. Cutahaw. Daabrrt, Wheat CD.
Doyle. Merkle. First base on etrora New Ywk. 1,
Brooklyn. V. Two-taw htta-CUtahaw . Dautart.
Miller. Wheat Three-baa hit Merkle. bacrinra Sj
Toder SUjJm baao-Dorle. ltt oa bam New
York. 1. Brucalm. 3. Double (laja-lletchet to
DoIe to Merkle. Hnxcael to Dauhrrt. Fine baa on
balla OS 6tack. 1 Struct out-Br Wiltse. z. Um
pire Meaera. Brennan and Emalle Time of game
1 hour and 3 minute.
NOTES OF THE CIIMBEBS.
Continued from Pasre Hlsht.
the keystone ssck because of the many
athletes who are laid up with Injuries.
Chick Gandll's one-hand catch of Fos
ter's throw on Sweeney's offering In the
second saved the third sacker a black
Sehaefr afforded the crowd no little
umuwment In the second when he im
itated tery move McConnell made when
Alnsmlth was batting
E. Dorf connected for the first safe
walltp cir McConnell.
Chick Gandll stole third In the third,
making a beautiful slide, beating the
ball by inches.
McBride went back to center field after
Martin's pop fly In the fourth and
camped under It.
Dowd, Daniels, and Otis all went after
Moellers offering In the fourth, but the
ball dropped safely and Danny made
Daniels, the first batter to face Groom.
was out on strikes
Chick Gandil's stab of Sterrett's ground
er, on which he threw the former Prince
ton man out to Groom, was a corker.
With three and two on him In the open
Ing frame. Daredevil Dan Moeller carried
one ot Mr. Qulnn's shoots to the center
field bleachers for a circuit trot
After singling "Little Fatlma" (Foster)
stole the keystone In the first chapter.
Zlnn connected for the first safe wallop
off Sir Robert, a triple to center, In the
Moeller's second Offering was too hot
for Martin to handle.
By sheer luck Sterrett stopped Fos
ters mlle-a-mlnute grounder and robbed
"Buzz" of a hit
Milan was deliberately walked In the
Because Gandll had fanned In the first
Qulnn figured on getting his goat again,
but had the wrong dope, B. Arnold
clouting to right, scoring two ahead of
Zlnn tried a suicide trick In the fourth
by attempting to steal second. Henry's
throw nailed, him by feet.
Even Bobby Groom broke Into tho
hit column; a. pleasant but not frequent
Moeller's third safe smash was a slash
ing single to center.
Eddie,, Foster's crack for the three
quarter mark hit the score board. In
The Rochester Racer (Moeller) bAd two
put outs In the fifth.
Morgan was forced to run to short
right after Daniels pop In the seventh.
Gandll's great one-hand stab of Henry's
throw on Sterrett's attempt to sacrifice
saved the collegian an error.
Ray Morgan came In on the run and
gobbled up O'Dowd's short high fly In the
Gabby Street pulled a Merkle . In the
eighth when he tried to steal third with
Ford on the bag,
Henry ran to the dugout of the New
Yorkers after Quion'a foul fly. In the
Tech Crew Shows Weir
in the People's Regatta
Blacksmith Eight, Although De
feated by an Experienced
Team, Row Fine Race.
MALTAS DEFEAT POTOMACS
Special to The Washington Eersld.
Philadelphia, July 4. The Vesper Boat
Club oarsmen captured three event In
the People's Regatta here to-day and
carried the high honors. The races were
rowed over the national course on the
Schuylkill River, Fairmont Park.
The Technical High School crew, of
Washington, an eight which has recently
been gotten together from green material,
rowed Its first big race and was pitted
against the New Rochelle Rowing Club
eight, of New Rochelle, New York, an ex
perienced team In the Junior race. This
event was the feature of the programme,
both crews showing great form and row
ing In a sensational manner. The
Gothamltea were victors by a few feet,
but were exhausted at the line of the
finish, while the defeated eight was fresh
and full of ginger It was a tough match
for the boys from the National Capital
to lose, but they took defeat gamely and
will surely be heard from In the events
In which It rows during the remainder
of the season.
Another Washington crew, the Po
tomac, were also out rf luck being
beaten In the Intermediate elght-oared
race by three feet by the Malta Boat
Club eight, of thia city. The rowing of
the losers was spectacular, to say the
If the Nationals Win
Griffs Climbers Can Pass Ath
letics If Champs Break Even
ENGEL TO PITCH TO-DAY
The Nationals stand a good chance of
slipping Into second place In the league
standing after to-day's game against the
Highlanders. The present winning
streak of Griffs Climbers has brought
the club up to within seven points of
the Athletics, holders of the second
place berth, and as Philadelphia and Bos
ton play a double-header to-day an even
break Is the logical outcome.
If Boston and the Athletics split and
the Nationals defeat the New York
Highlanders, Griffith's Climbers will
Jump into second place with a one-point
With Mueller and Morgan back In the
Nationals line-up yesterday, the team
put up a different article of ball than
the brand on tap while this pair was
v. arming the bench.
Griff believes that the batting slump Is
over, and that his youngsters will again
play the whirlwind ball manifested dur
Ing that never-to-be forgotten Western
"We are going to make a clean sweep
of th New Tork series," declared the
Old Fox last night, "and then come the
Western teams, none of whom have any
license to beat us when we are going
at top speed, and we will Just get started
again when they come here.
The pennant bee Is still buzzing In
Griff's bonnet. He cannot see why the
Nationals have not just as good a chance
as either Boston or Philadelphia for the
American League championship, and fig
ures that Washington will be neck and
neck with the leaders next fall, and with
sny sort of lucky breaks should nose out
In front. It Is needless to add that the
majority of Griffs players feel the same
way about the matter.
Manager Griffith Intended to start Joe
Engel, the local boy. In the box yester
day morning, but at the last minute
changed his mind and pitched Cashlon.
Lnst night drift stated that Engel
would surely start the final game of the
series to-day, so the fans should turn
out in goodly numbers to give the young
ster the encouragement he deserves.
The afternoon game yesterday was an
other remarkable exhibition, featured
with n similar record credited George
McBride In the final game of Wednes
day's double bill Neither McBride or
Roach, at shortstop, had a single chance
to handle the ball.
Talk about your Swat Mllllgan stories!
The debut of young Roach here yester
day's double bill. Neither McBride nor
run. the first time at bat. was another
record. A strike-out Is usually the fate
of a youngster when he cornea to the bat
for tho first time In fast company.
Hal Chase will only be out of the
game about ten days, according to Train
er Barrett, as the sprained ankle Is not as
serious as wss first supposed, and with
ten days" comr''" rest, Barrett declares,
Hal Chase can again play ball.
Gabby Street's attempted steal of third
base In the eighth inning of the game
yesterday brought fie old-t'men back
to John Anderson's famous steal of sec
ond with the bases loaded
Street said after the sams that he had
forgotten all about Ford be ng on third.
"I went down to second on Groom's
wind-up," stated Gabby, "as the Na
tionals were playing for the batter, and
thought I would have the laugh on
Boh by sneaking to third. Imagine my
surprise when I ran Into Russell Fond,
who said to me. "What are you doing
down Tiere" Then It dawned upon me
that I had pulled an awful bone-headed
play, and I thanked my stars that
the batter had sent up a foul fly, which
permitted me to scramble back to sec
The Incident waa so ludicrous that
Umpire ,3111 Evans nearly convulsed with
Wolverton Is very bitter toward Pitcher
Caldwell, whom he has suspended in
definitely and fined SS0. "I nursed Cald
well a lonrr while, he had a lame arm."
vouchsafed the Yanks leader, "and Just
at the time when he Is ready to pitch
again he breaks all training rules and
throws me down, i wont siana tor mis
from any ball player."
Manager Wolverton, of the shot-to-pleces
Yankees, received word from Ban
Johnson last night that the three days'
suspension Imposed upon the leader of
the Highland clan while the club waa
Popular Waahlngtonlan. who was one r4 the oficials
St the People s Regatta h Philadelphia
least, and brought the crowd to Its feet
by their wonderful showing. They pulled
well, but the familiarity of the course to
the Maltas was mainly responsible for
the victory scored.
Mr. John J Nolan, a popular Waahlng
tonlan and officer of the Potomac Boat
Club, was one of the official tuners
In Boston, had been lifted and Wolver
ton announced that be would don the
spangles and play third base to-day
"This Washington Club will never get
away with five straight games. I am
going to pitch Jack Warhop back at them
In the final game and despite the fact
that we are badly crippled I feel confi
dent we will land the victory."
Of the young players on the New York
Club who are getting a taste of big
league life at present. Sterrett. the for
mer Princeton catcher. looks by all odds
the best. Sterrett played great ball here
during the past four Barnes and appeared
to oe a natural bitter.
From istahl to Clark Griffith
Great doings at the Concrete Coliseum
yesterday. Of course, there was not such
a much of a ball game a. m. or p. m.,
but our Gleaming Gladiators threw the
harpoon into that Greeek letter frater
nity now representing New York, and
did It In due and proper form. Whereat
there was great joy for the Post-Mortem
Club and some ten thousand sane peo
ple who had gathered to see the snort
One of the results of the game was the
eclipse of John Anderson as the pre
mier bonehead of baseball when Charles
Loquacious Street swiped third base
while that cushion was occupied. This.
plus Gabbys splendid strategy In pass
ing Milan to get at Gandll. was the
bright feature of the afternoon from
the ashlngton point of view
Dope to-day shows our brave Doys
have an even-up chance on the day
playing against real ball players, while
it's a shame to think what will happen
to Wolverton's Weaklings now that
Griffs Galloping Giants are going right
RH E R H E
1SB Nationals. .
1911 Nltionila .
1 New Tork . 1 2
. TH 1 Rostfln .. - S 1
.ill Boatrn 811 0
.110 Athletics. 1 0
..III Boston 202
Totals. SSI Totals 537
Won, 2; lost, X Arrrage runs per gama for Natioo
ala. 11-4. for orponenu. ISA Average hlta per
gama lor Nattonala. 5 5-6, for opponents. T 1-.
Average errors for Nationals, 1 1-4, for opponent.
P. 8. Fine line of airy persiflage be
tween a bunch of Blufferville boasters
and members of the P. M. Club In back
ot third. The Butter Merchant was In
good form, and could have put a boiler
factory out of business. But you've got
to hand it to the Blufferville bunch,
they were game for New Yorkers and
did not give It up until our brave boys
led Wolverton's Wonders by two runs;
then they curled up In true New York
style, and began talking of the sort of
club we'all once had. And at that the
Nationals never had so weak a team
aa was on the field for Blustervllle yes
terday. SULLIVAN IN FORM.
Pepco Defeats Manhattan by 9 to O
Ted Sullivan held Manhattan to one
lone hit and Pepco romped away with
a 9 to 0 score In the Independence League
game yesterday Besides doing such
good box work. Sullivan hammered out
a triple In the second Inning when sll
the sacks were filled and sent In Pepco a
first three runs. Score:
Manias. AB H O A E
r.iu. a. .... 3 10 11
Howard, Jb... 4 2 0 10
Fury. U . 4 1 1 e 0
Morris, rf ..4120
;reen? a .. 4 2 1 1 1
Meyer, lb... .1000
Lemeric. aa. 11111
i'Da'rUr. Jbl 0 0 2 1
J Don'ly. zb. 1 0 1 0 0
Bala. c. 3 0 5 10
Meorfee, rf... 1 0 2 0 0
aba'pier, lb 1 S 0 0
W.Don'ly, If. 1 0 0 1 1
Kraft, c..... 10 10 1
Huzhra. p.... 1010
McSahon. p. 1 0 0 0 0
.110 0 0
.. 3 0 t 1 1
SuUtran, p.... 1 10 10
Totals-.... 3 1I3U f
Manhattan - 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Pepco. - 0 1 0 0 0 t x-
Runs Gill, Morris, Green Cf). Grace (2), Munch
O. SttlllTsn. Flrat taso on errors Manhattan. 2,
Pepco, 2. Left on bases Manhattan. 0, Pepco, i.
Fir-X bass on balls-OS Hughes, 1, oS McMahon. 1.
off Sulihsn, 4. Innings pitched By Hughes, 2 (none
out tn third) ; by McMahon. 4. Times st bat by op
ponents Against Hnghea. s, against, 3'cMahon, is.
Hits msde-Off Hashes. 9: off McMshon. S. Struck
out By McMshon, S; by Snlllian. (. Threa-bsas hit
SuHItan. Two-besa hits Lemeric rury (Z. Sam-
flee hit Meyers. Double play Howard t- Grrws to
ueyers. utt or wiener or nognesj ics sna
Munch ; by Sullivan, J Donnelly , Menefee
Psased bail-Munch. Umpire-Mr. Bei Tune of
gams 1 nour sod Q minutes.
Tallies crossed In every fratne save the
second and eighth.
LARGE AIRY, ROOMS, PLENTY MILK
and shade; 4 mile from river, free
rides and drives; private home; super
vision and care of a young person com
ing alone. For terms address Mrs.
T. STRINQFELLQW. Batoa,, Culpeper
They HAVE to be the
BEST tires made to live up
to the name that the Kelly
Springfield Carriage Tires
1730 14th St. N. W.
Pennsylvania R. R.
$H Hf Seashore
EVERY FRIDAY AMD SATORBAY
June 14 to September 14
Atlantic City, Cape May
Wildwsod, Holly Beach, Ocean City,
Sea Isle City, or Stone Hartor, H.J.
Tickets good on all regular trains,
and to return until the foUow-
lng Tuesday, Inclusive.
Delaware silver Brfdsre Rovjte.
Only All-Rail Line.
ATLANTIC CITY HOTELS.
Him. At, and BA. Unotstructed ocran tier
rocou. elentcr Sp-rUl rxi. JACOB B. HAWK.
to IS N Georgia, Ar
XLS. fix daily and
up; S7 and & weekly and up. Noted for table.
TUC DIPUMnUn Kentucky Are. it house
InC HlbnniUiiU been Boardwala unob
structed ocean view rooms, elevator, whir service;
home comforts without extravaxsne: bathing from
bouse; moderate rate, borilet. MORRIS L. JOHN
SON". Owner and Proprietor.
Wbol block cc-t-va front ?IoV bcmtrlik Sp
rial rile fcr Jno-a. Mtniggagnt (X P iZZ-"-U
Vtrsinla Are. near Beach, Atlantic City.
Roumi en miite. wita hot tn4 old , water
baths. Eleratcr firm atrvrt Irre! CJ0 cUHj and
nix 9rcial veklr ratn. Auto e-ra mecta trains.
CrdtT SOX Writ IVt booklet
COOPER A LEEDS, Qwnpr-i and Pro-p-L.
Whole blocs oo Boardwalk.
CAPACITT. KO. ATLAMTIO CTTT.
upper part of Island. Pandis for etlliiwa; larg
play room. All windows acraaned. Hot snd cold tn
watae betna. number rooms with priests hatha. Many
bedrooms with hot snd cold running water. Tibia
and aervlc noteworthy Auto coach at tratna. Mod
erate rata quoted upon muss. Phot booklet.
r. e RAHTrn.
Mlchlfan arts., near Beach. Oapadty 3301 Emj
modern cooTeni-nic and eocLfort. Prf-at batha;
roonu with rocnlnr wittr rltratoc Special wttUf
rates. R. J. OSBORNE A SON.
Virginia Art. snd Beach. Atlantic City M J.
rrivata baths, elevator, music. S1Z.S) up weekly.
One of Atlantic City's Largest andt
LeadlBK AU-the-Yrar Hotels
On ocean front. com to all attractkm: eft
parity. IJXJX The location, lares- room, and cpea
OTTWiDdinn bars eatabtalted thia aa tne mart
comfortable bote! for the aammer. All bath aas
piled with tea, and fresh water; rBcnl&s water ta
meet roomt; parioca xrccaeoada reraacUa orer
looklraT the ftmoaa boardwalk. Oi-dbeatra, Hlfh
elaaa rrataorant. American and Etrropeaa plana.
i. .. BUKTSEB. Hgr. JOEL H1LLMH, Pmf
VlrrJuJa Are., sear Beach, nrerrcof. but of
brick and Iran; evcrTthlnc that cooatltntea a srtt
claaa hotel; eterator. private bathe, Ae, (3 oj par
daj. special weekly ratea. booklet on legueaC
O. V, FAINTER.
So. Florida Are., nesr Besch; bathing from hall.
Special July Rates
$1.50 DAILY $8.00 UP WEEKLY
Hometa. arie-r-L lam ahr Tirana, rrtrata betna.
uaintainea oar reputation ror Doanuoaair an
table 11 jean. Booklets. MRS. If. aTBMI
Chelsea Avenue snd BosrdwsUc
Dcobatracted ocean view rooms. Moderate rsta.
Elevator. GEO. D. COLLISS.
Epeclal Spring rates. J. B. GOBMLXT.
Mass. Ave. snd Beach. Unobstructed ocean view"
noma: elevator. Special rates. JACOB B.BAWE.
REHOBOTU BEACH. DELAWARE,
NOW OPEN FOB THE SEASON OF mi
Directly on the Atlantic Ocean. Writs for Booklet
snd Catea. Walter Burton. Owner and Ptopr.
Bobby Groom and John Henry each
garnered three blssles out of tour tvt
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