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Old Fox Thinks Climbers
Are Better Road Club
Than Boston Red
By WILLIAM PEET.
"If we can gain three games on the
Boston Red Sox during the Western, trip
which starts to-night, I believe the Na
tionals it ill win the 1912 pennant." said
Clark Griffith to the writer last night.
"I believe we can, for the reason that
my club Is a better road team than
Boston," Grin! added, "and while I do
not expect td make the grand 'dean up
wc did in June, I feel sure that the Na
tionals will capture three-fourths of their
The Red Sox thus far have not shown
themselves to be an exceptionally good
road club, while Washington has always
appeared to advantage on foreign parks.
As a matter of, fact the Climbers have
never put up the brand of ball which
swept everything before them during that
remarkable whirl around the Western
wheel last month, and If they can do
it once there is no reason why they
cannot repeat, although the majority of
the Western teams are stronger at this
stage of the game.
Yesterday's rain called off the ball
game, and consequently a double-header
Is scheduled to-day. The first combat
will start promptly at 1:30 o'clock, for
the reason that the Nationals are to
leae for Cleveland on the 6-43 train. In
esse the second game runs Into extra
Innings, an agreement has been reached
whereby hostilities .will cease, so tnat
the Climbers can reach the'r train.
Griff plans to pitch Long Tom Hughes
and Walter Johnson, while Detroit will
work Dubue and George Mullln, provld
ed the last named 1b In shape. So the
fans may expect to witness a couple of
real, hard fought games.
The Boston Red Sox lost to Cleveland
yesterday, and by remaining Idle the
aimai. i-vivlAri un nn the league lead
ers, so that to-day Washington Is only
seven and a half games Behind tu
i.v f.r-i fashion ate his dinner yester
day through a straw. The well-known
Carolina curver who was hit In the map
.... .. h..,..4 Kail tnaf TllarlaV Ifmka llkft
an advertisement for some sticking plas
ter concern, Dut aeciares umi ne wn ww
all right In a few days. Cashlon will ac
company the team to Cleveland to-night.
The little colored boy who rejoices In
the war-like name af Battle may be taken
ti-..-. w4l, fHmhars A collection
was taken up among the Washington
players yesteraay, ana nearly juuki
money was raled to pay Battle's railroad
.....a tnAl htlla TF thn amount nec
essary can be collected Battle will ac
company the ciud uermany ocnatioi
discovered the little chap, and all the
T.1.V.N Viifv thAt he will Drove to be
a real sure enough mascot.
It haa been said that the reason Griffs
pitchers during the past two weeks have
weakened and have been hit hard in the
closing chapters of several games has
been due to the extreme heat In the
Capital, but the Old Fox himself scoffs
at the statement.
"I may be wrong." he declares, "but I
don't believe the heat has anything to do
with It. They were Just hit hard, and
that's all. I can't see much difference
between Washington and Cincinnati these
summer days, and I never dreamed of
Uamlng the heat in the Ohio city for
sudden weaknesses displajea by my
pitchers when I was manager of the
With the exception of Pitcher Eby, the
youngster signed for a trial last week,
every member of the Nationals will be
taken West. The squad will Include
Pitchers Johnson. Groom. Hughes. Pelty,
Vaughn, Cashlon, Engel. and Musser;
Catchers Williams and Alnsmlth; Infleld
ers Gandll. Morgan. McBrlde, Foster,
Schaefer, and Roach, and Outfielders
Shanks, Milan, Moeller. and Walker.
Nick Altrock will Join the club in Cleve
land Friday, and John Henry, at present
in poor shape physically, will not report
until ordered. The chaces are that Henry
v. ill not get In a game until the Nationals
return home August 13.
YANKS WIN OUT.
Defeat White Sox and Ed Walsh
by 4 to 3 Score,
New York, July 24. The Yanks made
It two out of three with Chicago here
to-day by hitting big Ed Walsh when
hits meant runs. Score, 4 to S. McCon-
neli. on the mound for the locals, pitched
good ball, allowing the slugging White
Sox only nine hits. Hal Chase returned
to form to-day, securing four hits out
of as many times at bat. Score:
..3 1 10 1
Kuh, 2b .
111 1 0
Cbue, lb 4 4 12 2 0
SterrrlL d.'.'.. 3 0 111
Zttrn. if 4 2 2 0 0
gunmona, 2b.. 4 0 13 0
HartMll. 3b... 4 13 3 0
Wearer, h... 4 2 2 3 1 fMntn. M.
Mclntml 10 0 0 0
Sireener. c.. 3 10 2 0
McOocseH, p. 3 0 0 4 0
Walih, p..... 2 114 0
Totals. 30 0 2711 2
Totals..... 30 024 IS 2
'Batted for Salliraa la sloth.
Chlcaco... 111 1 I Itl H
New Tort. ........ 01100002 1-4
Rune Eath. Zelder, Lord, Danldj Q, Chase, Zinn.
StaiSct bita-Bodle. 8terrett. CoIUdj. Stolen baaei
Zeider. Double nlaj Martin to Suamons to Ctiaae.
Bun ou balls-Off MeConseu. 3. Struck out Br
MeConnell. 3; hr Walah. 2. Left on oaJw-Tankeet,
Wblts Box. i Umrarea Mesan Sheridan and
From Stay to Clark Griffith
. 013 3 Ctorelaud.....
2 4 1 St. Louis...
0 4 2 8t Louis...
2 0 2 C3ilcun
lSll-Xationala..... 2 11 2 Detroit...... ...... S 12
Totals.. 23 BOH Totals............ 37014
Won. 3: loat, 6. ATerasa rani per same- for Ka-
uonau, 3; xor opponents. 3. ATerase nits per
came for Xatlonala, TH; for opponents, t.
Arerais errora per tame for Katiooala, l)i; for
Tesreau has. pitched more than one
first-class game for the Giants on this
trip. He did excellent work against the
Cubs, although lazing.
The Nationals will meet the
Detroit Ttgrn to-day In n
double-header, first came start
Ins; at Ii30 o'clock.
Walter Johnson and Tom
Hushes are the trrlrlrrs selected
by Manager Griffith for box
duty, vfhlle Jean Dubuc and
George Mullln will work for the
GIANTS IIH ODT
IN TENTH FRAME
Play Bagged Game in the Field
and Pitchers Are Pounded,
Cincinnati, July 21 The Giants played
a ragged game in the field to-day, and
had two pitchers knocked out of the box,
but managed to win. 8 to 7, In ten in
nings. Fromme was knocked out In the
seventh, after having his game well In
hand up to that time. Score
- Cin'sstl. AB II O A E
BeKhrr. If... S IIIC
Ilitn. rf .... S 5 0 0 I
Hnt.br, lb .. t 1 0 O
Mitchell rf.. 5 1 1 0 0
l.r.nt. Sb .... 4 2 110
Ixm. Zb .... Slllt
Lsmocd. M... 5 0 2 2 0
Vclxvn. c... i 1 3 0
Kronune. p... 2 0 0 10
ftt.nta AR tlflit
Deroce. rf 0 2 110
Ik.jle. 2b 11111
lleclcr, ci..... 2
M.rfc! lh 3 0 10
li,rr.r It 5 0 4 0 0
Ilerzttt. 3b..... t 2 1 1 V
Mcjera. c...... 4 2 T I 1
fchalen 0 0 0 0 0
I f'lirtt ....'.'.'. 1 1 0 0 0
Mirun; .... o o o o o
Mumnhru. p 0 0 0 2 0
WllU. p 0 0 0 0 0
Totals. 41 13 Mil
Total .. . 4115 3015 2
-Batted for Frcanme In arrenth.
fBatted for Benton in ninth.
IRan for dark In ninth.
fBatted for TrrTeau in aeTCnth.
Batted for Amca In tenth.
Ituna Beacher TO. Batea (2). Grant (2). Derore.
Better, llnnar. Hence B. Slejeia, netcner. tna
fer. Taro-baaa bits Bates. Grant. McOsmlck Thre.
base hit Tearean. llonw run Becaer Left ro
baaca-andnnatl. I: New Trek. Double rJay
Dojle to Kletcha U Mettle. Struct out-Br
Fromme. 3, by Benton, 2. br Teareau. 1, by Ames.
X First base on balla-Off Fromm. 2: off Trareau.
1: off Amea, L Tilt br r4tcber-Br Benton. I. bj
nmnrenea. L T1M r4tcn Ames. Jilts made ra
Fromme. 0; off Benton. 2. off Humrbriee, 2; off Tea
reau. I. off Ame.. 3: off Uiltae. 2. Umpires Meaara.
Riler and Flnneran. Tlmo of samo 2 hours and 29
IN NINTH ROUND
Cardinals Score Three Buns in
Final Session and Land
St. Louis, July 24. After pitching a
great game for eight Innings, Alexander
weakened In the ninth, the Cardinals
scoring three runs and winning, 5 to i
Five clean drttes were poled off Alex
ander. Huggins started with a single and
Magce doubled. Mowrey's single brought
In two and tied the score. Koney sacri
ficed. Eans singled, Mowrey stopping at
third. Hauser fanned. Then Oakes sin
gled, scoring Mowrey with the winning
run. Harmon pitched a great game after
Hauser's fumble presented the PhiUies
with three runs Score:
s irmiM utnoiEi r-hti. An n n a K
nurcina. Zb . 3 3 3 t 0 Pasaerl. cf ... 4 2 2 0 0
I. Tllame If. S 2 0 0 Iihert. Sb ... 1 2 1 1 0
Slowrrr. 4b... 3 1 2 2 0 I R. Marc, 11.. 5 0 2 0 0
Kooej, lb.... 4 2 10 0 0 Cra.atn. If ... 4 0 2 0
If ... 4 0 2 0 0
r fana. zx .... a i o u v i iuapua, id... a 2 a
HanaAT aa... E
2 5 11 KaJ.
Oaaeacf 3 2(00
Mlnro. a..... 4 12 2 0
4 2 2 0 0
Hannon. p... 3 10 2 0
Alexander, p.. 4 1 0 3 U
ToUla 3714 27 II 1
-Batted for Harmon In eighth.
fTwo out when winning ran waa scored.
rhiladelpbla. 30000000 1t
St. Loula. 00002000 3-5
Runs Hucgl&a (2), L, 3Iagee, Mcwrey (2), Lobert,
S. atacee, Luderus, Alexander Two-basa hits Paa
kert, Hugglna, Alexander. L. Magee. Three-baM hit
Lobert. Sacrifice hits Paakert, Konetehy. tjacrl
flee ffiea-ETana. Robert. Paaaetl ball-Kllluer. First
base on balls Off Alexander, 4. Struck out By
Alexander. 0: by llarxnon. 2. 111U made Off liar-
moo, 10 in S Innings. Left on baaea St. Lnula. 12,
Philadelphia, 8. Umpires 31essn, Klcm and Buan.
Ttmeot game I hours
Cubs Pound Tingling to All Cor
ners. Winning, 5 to 1.
Chicago, July 21. Cheney be the
Dodgers, 6 to 1, In the last game of the
series to-day. The Cubs made three
runs and won the game In the opening
round, when, with Sheckaxd on. Schulte
drove out a home run. Zimmerman then
singled and Leach doubled. Tingling waa
hammered for twelve safeties. Score:
nmoklrn. An II O A E I Chicago. AB H O A E
Moran. cf ... 3 0 2 0 0
Northen, if... 4 0 0 0 1
fimlth. 3b ... 4 0 1 1 0
bcbulte. rf.... 3 2 10 0
Tinker, as 4 14 2 3
Zim man. 3b.. 3 2 0 0 i
uauDeit, id . j i . . w
UummeR. lb. 1 1 5 0 0
Leach, cf 3 2(10
Paler lb 11(10
Erers. 2b .... 4 0 0 2 0
Archer, e 4 0(00
Cheney, p 3 3 0 0 0
Tingling, p... 3 0 0 2 0
Totals..... 5"32413 1
3112S ( I
Brooklyn 00000000 11
Chicago. ............. 31010000 x-S
Buns Hummel. Bheckard. Schulte, Zimmerman.
Cheney a. Left on baaea-Brcoklyn, T; Chicago. A
Two-bass hita Leach. Cheney. Schulte. SheduM.
Hummel. Home run bcnuite. saensce hits
Wheat, Sbeckard. rmTT"-aT Stolen base Moraa.
First base on balls Off Tingling. 3; off Cheney, 2.
Struck- out By Cheney, 3; by Yingling. 4. Umpires
Messrs. Owrne and Brennan. Time ot game 1 hour
and 25 minutes.
South Bend, Ind., July 24 Jess Tanne-
hlll," former star twirler for the Pitts
burg National League club and for a
greater part ot this season an outfielder
for the South Bend Central League
team, has accepted the management of
the Chllllcothe club In the Ohio State
League. Tannehlll will also act as a
scout for the Cincinnati National League
At Newagk Xewarkt 0; Rochester. T.
At Baltimore Baltimore. 1; Montreal. T.
At Proridence First game: ProTtdence. 0: 1
ronto, 0. 8ccond game: PrOTidesce, 0; Toronto, 9.
At jersey uu . jcneyuiy Busaio, rain.
LonltrUle. 1: Minneapolis, 7. Second same: tVmla.
xHle. 1; Mlnseapolls, 3.
Cohtmbua. 4: Milwauxee. 12.
Toledo, I; Kanaaa City, 2.
Indianapolis, 3; St. Pul, 11
St. LouU-l'hlladelpbla Rain.
Cleveland, 111 Hoston, 0.
New York, 4 1 Chicago, 3,
Detroit at Washington.
St. Louis at Philadelphia.
Chlcnuo at New York.
Clet eland at Boston.
STANDING OP THE CLUBS.
Lost. Pet. Win. Lota.
3 .093 . -ca
3i .(11 .613 .(04
DetroiU .. 44
New York -r
St. Loula. 25
a .sn jk jn
Detroit. S9 28 .CI I Cleveland. 47 41 -51
Illhadelnhla. 54 31 .(35 1 Boatm .... 44 45 .101
Chlcam 44 40 J24 1 WASHING'S. SO 5 Jll
NewVork.... (5 41 .523 8t. LouU 25 (1 2M
New York, 8 Cincinnati, 7.
ChlcRtco, 5 1 nrooklyn, 1.
. St. Lonls, ,1 Philadelphia, 4.
No sratnes achcdnlcd.
BTANDIN'O OF-TOE CLUBS.
Lost. Pet. Wis. Loss.
New York a 21 75S T5 .III
Plltaburi; 40 31 .50 J35
St. Loula 3J
d .435 .421
SM XI )
BOSTON RED SOX
Hugh Bcdient Starts for Beaneaters,
but Is Driven to Cover by
Boston. July 24 The f'le elands gae
the Red Sox a severe Jolt to-day, nhen
they walloped Jake Stahl's crew In a
heay hitting game by the score of 11
Bedlent started In the box for the locals.
but he was easy for the Naps, and was
succeeded' by Hall, who soon gave ay
to Pape. Steen started for Cle eland,
and lasted eight Innings. The Red Sox
landed on him hard In the ninth, and
Davis sent Gregg to the slab. Score:
5 1 3 2 0 1 1 rrkea. 2b... . 3 1 1 3 It
Jack.m. rf... 5 13 0 0 I Hall
Unas, id ..l Mill .ieaker
Turner 3b . 4 2 1 0 0 lienrlckvn. rf 2 1 0 0
jiir nun d. j a . i t iwia, II . 3 . 1 I V
... 3 1 0 0 0 ).ardur. 3b... 3 12 3 1
. c( II ill Lccte. 3b.. . 0 0 0 0 0
Stem, p .. 3 112 1 1 htaLl lb ..30911
regg. p.. ... v u u u i waaiey,
I U inr
lb. . 2 1 1 1 v
Totaia 36 10 ril 2 Krug sa
10 0 0 2
rarrlcan. c... 3 0 4 11
l tfed rot p.... o o g i i
Hall, p 3 0 110
t Nunamaker, c. 0 0 3 0
Par p . . 0 0 0 2 0
Cadi 0 0 0 0 0
I Totals .. B 9 2717 7
Batted fcr Pare in ninth.
Clereiand. .. . .... 40100050 1-U
Boston . .. 101000013-0
Rosa Peckinrangb (2). Olsen. Jackson 12), Griggs
f7). Turner (2). Birmingham. Lirlrtgaton, Hcnrrr 121,
Terkea, Speaker. Ecgle. Nunamaker. Cady Two
baiw hirs frigga. Turner. Bradley Three-baa. hits
Birmingham. Ryan. Jackson. Stolen baae Hoorer
Gardner llrst baaa on balla-Off nail 3. of Steen
7 Struck out-Br nail. 1. by Pare. 2. by Steen. 3,
by Gregg. 2. Sacnflce hit Ball. Doubl plays
Wagrer to Stahl to Carrlgan. Gardner to icrkes to
Stahl Impu-ea Mers. Connolly and Egan. At
tendance I UO.
ARMY POLO FODR
VICTORS OYER DEAL
Sixth Field Artillery Outfit Proves
Far Superior to Clubmen.
Score Is 8 1-2 to 4 1-4.
Narragansett Pier. R. I . July 24 Play
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team, winners of the Army Cup In the
recent tournament m Washington, de
feated the Deal. N J . aggregation here
to-day In a fast match, S to 4
The service pones mere far superior
to the mounts of the Deal clubmen, and
the result was neer In doubt. Lieut
Rumbough mas the star of the fray.
making four goals and be'ng in eery
scrimmage. Lieuts. Beard and Parker
also plajed well for the army outfit
DEAL-HANDICAP. 1 GOAL.
1-Peter Hanck. Jr 4
2-J. n. Minnick 1
2-J. E Meyer 0
Badc-J. P. Ford 0
Total goals. ; foul.. 3; safeties, 1. Score, 4V
1-Lieut J W Rumbough 4
2 Lieut. C Tarker 3
3-Lieut. B, E. Hoyle 1
Back-Lieut. L. A. Beard 1
Total goals. J: foula, L Score. IH
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Griff Will Watch Work
of Local Sandlotters
Nationals' Boss Realizes that
Many Promising Youngsters
Arc Developed in Ama
KIDS TO GET TRY-OUTS
Hy C. W. SWAN.
Manager Griffith, of the Nationals, will
look to the sand lots In the future for
This policy will be lUed up to by the
boss of the Climbers, as he realizes that
there are few good ball players In the
American Association and International
League. The men doing the best work
In these circuits are men who have been
let out by major league clubs.
This Idea began working in Manager
Grlfflth'sj mind last winter, when he
grabbed Joe Engel and Joe Boehllng.
These joungsters hae shown the Boss
that there are a few big leaguers on the
town lots, and In the future the scouts
of tho Washington club will look over
the home talent first.
Talent to He Grabbed.
Of course, this does not mean that
Manager Griffith will not watch the
other circuits Whenever a man who
appears to possess talent enough to war
rant giving him a trial Is known he will
be looked up at once, and no chances
will be taken, but for the majority of
the time the little bush leagues and sand
lots will be watched
Manager Griffith bases his plan on the
theory that ery few of the great stars
eer come from the big' minor leagues
That Is, they nae not In recent jears.
The bit; minor league clubs are content
to take the cast-offs of the big league
teams, and last ear the Minneapolis
team, which won the pennant in the
American Association, was composed al
most entirely of former stars of the big
The time Is past when the managers of
major league clubs can pick up a star
In a well-established minor league they
must go out and dig them up
Jolin.on Carue from Lots
There are many present-day stars who
were grabbed off the back lots. Take
Walter Johnson, the wonderful pitcher
of our Nationals He was secured from
a little Jerkwater town In Idaho, while
Ty Cobb, the premier hitter of the big
leagues, was secured from a tank town
In Georgia. Donie Bush, once rated as
the king of American League lnfielders.
was a sandlotter when discovered, and
was farmed out for seasoning, and so
on. too many to mention
Griff has given orders to his scouts to
corral the likely looking oungsters.
and when he takes his squad South next
spring it Is a safe bet that he will hae
as large a hunch as any major league
club In the country
Russel Lee, one of the former star ball
toshers of the District, who used to hold
down the place behind the bat for the
old Capital Athletic Club when that ag
gregation held sway on the Monument
Lot, dropped Into town last night- Rus
sell has been in the wild and woolly
West for the past fie jears and states
that he hi been plating a little ball
with a fast semi-pro outfit of Chicago
Lee will be remembered as the young
ster who cajgbt for the kid team which
made such a reputation against the old
er organizations when (he old Marquette
League was organized some fle or six
5 ears ago, and held sway on the Monu
rrent Lot Lee caught for the Christ
Church club and was the terror of the
circuit with the stick
Cna Rents O'Krefr.
New York." July 24 Tommy O'Keefe
gate Leach Cross the surprle of his life
to-night when they met f"r ten rounds
at the St Nicholas Athletic Club. Cross
won. but he had to work, for his lctory
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GRIFF AFTER AYERS.
Nationals' Boss Hay Sign Richmond
Richmond, Va., July 21-Clarc Griffith
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clever Richmond twirler, to his staff,
and has made an offer for his services.
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MclUGHLIN WINS TITLE.
Lands a Lrsr on Lonsrwood Chnl
Boston. July 24 Maurice E. McLaugh
lin, of San Francisco, won his first leg
In the Longwood challenge bowl to-day,
when he defeated Edwin P. Lamed, a
brother of the national champion holder
of the challenge cup for MIL In straight
sets. &-4. 6-1. 6-4. This Is the first
time In, nine years that the Longwood
challenge bowl has been out of the
W. A. Larned. the national title holder,
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while his brother held It last year Mc
Laughlin did not have to extend himself,
but was content to secure a. comfortable
lead In each set and then win on his
service By winning the challenge bowl
McLaughlin has one of the greatest ten
nis honors in the country He has not
lost a set against any opponent at Long
wood this year Out of 209 games that
he has played he has won 130
Northern Clnb Wins.
The Northern Athletic Club defeated
the Church of Reformation in a good
game, 6 to 5 The feature of the con
test was the hitting of P. Nairn The
winners would like to play any team In
or out of the District averaging nineteen
years Address communications to G A
Malone, Jr., 314 K Street Northwest
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