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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. SATURDAY. JUEY 27. 1912.
Hughes and Groom Picked to Pitch Opening Games in the West
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Nationals Are Primed
For Western Invasion
"I Will Be Disappointed if We Lose a Single Com
... , bat,," Says Griff Hughes, to Pitch
the Opening Game.
Br WILLIAM PEET.
Cleveland, Ohio, July 26. Engineer-in-Chief Clark Griffith; of
the Washington steam roller, carefully oiled up all the various parts
of his baseball machine to-night
family together for a brief talk and
another grand clean-up in the West.
We start right here in Cleveland, said the chief, and we are
going to crush all our opponents
We have a better ball club
ground 'em all to powder the last
tne same inmg again. 11 we aropT
a single game out here I shall be
Roller Is Ready.
The old steam roller is ready for a
'second famous crunching act, and, re
member, too, that another triumph
means the American League pennant,
carrying with It not only farfie but
wealth. So, boys, you can aes that you
have something for which to fight."
The Nationals reached Cleveland In
time to eat breakfast this morning, and
were "met In the hotel lobby by Nick
Altrock, the well-known comedian ob
tained from the Kansas City club.
Schaefer spotted Nick first and gave
him the glad hand.
"We'll show 'em something, eh, Nick?"
blurted out the comedian.
And Nick replied: "But yer life!
We've cot 'era stopped before we start."
No sooner had Schaefer and Altrock
gulped down breakfast than they retired
to Germany's room to rehearse the act
they propose to spring on the unsuspect
ing Cle eland public during to-morrows
Big Jim Vaughn, who rooms with
Schaefer. and who listened to the plans
of these fun-makers, said to the boys at
"Just wait until you see Germany and
Nick on the lines. If they pull oft the
stuff thev have mapped out. It will be a
scream the funniest thing- in oaseoau.
Hashes to Pitch.
During that last memorable Western
trip. Griff opened etery series with Long
Tom Hughes, and belteUng that the et
eran can again come through with win
ning stuff, Hughes v.111 pitch the open
ing sketch of to-morrow's double bill.
For the second game. Bob Groom or
Barney Pelty will be the selection.
In Cleveland the Naps and the rooters
cannot get over the trimming handed
out while in Washington, when It will
be remembered the Nationals captured
three games by the narrow margin of
one run. There lingers still a bitter feel
ing of resentment against the Nationals,
for. If memory serves, Joe Cantlllon s
club back In 190S knocked the CTee
landers out of a chance for the pennant
by cleaning up In these neck of the
woods during the home stretch.
Cleveland has won but two games from
the Nationals during the three different
series the clubs have met, and from
Manager Harry Davis down there Is
something In the eje of eery athlete
Kwhich greaUy resembles blood. Only
four games are to be played here on
this trip, but these games are sure to
b bitterly contested from the bell.
Evans and IVeatervelt Affairs.
Ban Johnson, the league president, who
assigns the umpires, has given us Wes
tern elt and Eans again. This pair will
handle the series here, and consequently
there Is weeping and gnashing of teeth
among Griff's Climbers.
The players declare that Westervelt Is
not only Incompetent, but distinctly a
home umpire, and that the Naps will get
the benefit of every close decision. Evans
Is also peevish these days, as shown
during Thursday's game In the Capital,
when he benched Alnsmlth for disputing
a strike decision. Little can be expected
from the umps here, and Griff's young
sters will be forced to fight all the harder
How ard Shanks stopped over In Youngs-
town. Ohio, this morning to call on old
friends. Shanks was the star of the
O. and P. circuit lart season, and his
friends are legion The good-looking out
fielder will call upon the Mayor and Chief
of Police, and tell all the bos how It
fees to be a big leaguer.
Paul Musser. who twirled for Canton
last summer, boarded a trolley for that
town right after breakfast, taking Jay
Carl Cashlon, the Carolina curver, with
him. Musser and Cashlon will muss
things up In the little hamlet of Canton
to-night. Musser Is quite a society man,
and Is going to introduce Cashion to
several members of Canton's elite.
Players Sorry for Street.
There was genuine regret expressed
among the Nationals this morning when
It was learned that Gabby Street, the olo
Washington catcher, had been sent to
the minors. Walter Johnson and Milan
admitted that Gabby had slowed up
whole lot. but both declared that he was
a whole lot better than several American
League receivers drawing salaries
Larry Lajoie, who has been out of the
Cleveland line-up ever since 'the Tfaps
played In Washington, reported to Mana
ger Dai Is to-day and will play to-morrow.
The 'big Frenchman has enjoyed a
long rest, and Cleveland papers are pre
dicting great things for him during tho
On Sunday the Nationals and Naps will
hook up in a double-header, and Monday
Is a day of rest. The Washington team
will leae Cleveland Monday night "for
Detroit, where John Henry is slated to
Join the club.
Y. JL C. A., 7; Capital, 4.
T. il. C. A. "nosed out the Capital Ath
leUc Club team In a slow game yester
day at Capital City Park, 7 to 4. Score:
Felt, rf II01I
CapiUlA O AB B O A
Upp. rf Mill
Coppm. .... 4 113 1
AlMcDon'd. If 3 1 0 1 0
Cunniss'm. U3 I 1 : I
Sutton, rf.... 3 0 e 0 0
Mnlrer, rf.... 3 0 0 0 0
LeDoo'd c.3 3 0 1
Stucifrt. &... 110 12
Cox. p. 3 0 14 0
Binder, rf... 10 0 0 0
2 0 0 0 1
0 0 0 0 0
Jones. 3b..... 10 10 0
rlesnman. p. 3 z 0 3 v
Hallllsb, c... 0 0 4 0 0
Putmsn. a... 10 4 2 0
Zurkln. ss.' .. 2 0 0 3 0
fihsnnon. 2b. 2 2 2 0 0
Totals 5 Till 1
Carital A. C 2 2 0 0 0 0-4
. M. C. A. 0 3 0 3 1 X-T
Rims Binder. Moot. Fleshmin 'llallSih. Zurkln.
Shannon, Putnam, Coogan. A. McDonald. G. Mc
Donald, Stuckrrt. First base on balls-Oil Flesh
man. 3; off Cot. 4. Struck out By Fleshman. 10: by
Cox. 3. Three-base hit O. McDonald. Stolen bases
Pee. McGhan. Moore. Fleshman. llulls&h. Zurkln.
Shannon. Putnam. tToogan W. A. McDonald (a,
- --- - . ' - - "i i
Staler. Wfld pttch-Fleshman. Passed bsB-Me-
Tims of gamel
when he called the members of his
told them how he expected to make
like so many flies."
than any team in the West We
trip and I expect you boys to do
From fstahl to Clark Griffith
If they escape the Injuns, Doll C
Fament. and Inland mal de mere, our
brae boj-s will return from the bound
ing West In position to make a race for
the flag. Of course, they will be working
under a handicap, since the Journalistic
sob squad departed with 'em to recount
their deeds for the delectation of the
home fan; but that Is not as great a
kedge as It once was. Twelve out of
eighteen Is what we'uns give 'em and
then. Quick, Watso; the long needle!
4 10 fle-eland 1 4
13 2 rhlMn a 7
Si: 0 St. Louis ITS
e I l St. Loots. ( i
2 10 1 Athletic S 11 0
nsuaosis..... z 10 i At<tia.. II 0
mo .-ssuoasit. .... ft l 3 Athletics 4 4
mi-NslloosIs .... 1 11 J Detroit. 7 S 0
ToUll 3 tl It Totsls 33 SS U
Won. 3; lost. 5. Arms, runs per suae frr Na
tionsls. T. for opponents. IV Areas hits per
Sme for itiorjsls. ; for opponents. H. Arer
se errnn per sun. for MtinrtiU, ltt; for oppo-
P. B. Tou'all can look for some new
patterns In wall paper this fall. Ed
Smith, the Thirteenth Street expert In
wallpapering, departed yesterday morn
ing to follow our brave boys around the
Western Wheel, having In view the de
signing of something new in room deco
rations. The new stle nail paper will
be diamond shaped, with bas-reliefs of
Milan's legs In motion. Gondii's arm
snapping a throw to third, and Herman
Schaefer's smile for a border.
BIG EVENT TO-DAY.
Swimmers Take Part In I.onr Dis
tance Swim To-day.
Twenty-three swimmers Wll battle for
honors In the long-distance swimming
race for the championship of the District
of Columbia, to be held on the Potomac
River from Chain Bridge to Aqueduct
Bride this afternoon. Bill Crane, who
won this eent last year, heads the list
of entries for th's year's race, thus s'g
nlfylng that there will be no loafing on
the way, although It Is thought he will
have a harder time getting away from
the other contestants than he did last
The race Is scheduled to start at S
o'clock sharp, so that the contestants
should first be seen from Aqueduct
Bridge about 4 o'clock. "
All the contestants and those who In
tend accompanying them during the race
are requested to be ready to start from
the Washington Canoe Club at ! o'clock
sharp, as launches will be waiting to
tow them up the river in canoes to the
starting point Canoes to accompany the
contestants will not go to the starting
point, but will wait at Fletchers Coe,
about half a mile below Chain Bridge.
When the swimmers pass this point their
numbers will be called out to the chief
Inspector, D A. De Lashmutt. who will
notify those waiting when to start out
to follow their man. Canoes following
the swimmers must keep about ten feet
behind their man. so as not to Interfere
In any way with his progress. Last
ear the officials had difficulty In keep
ing the tract clear In front of the lead
ing swimmer, and It Is specially request
ed that canolsts keep well behind him
In to-day's race.
The entries received up to date are as
1 . L. Crine. Nautllui Swimming Ctab.
5-Mirhiel O. Avret. tmltUrted.
3 r. It. Asramonte, Nlntilus Swimmlnc Clab.
4 T. It. Meut. nnaltldird. .
5 B Brorkinelon, unaltiched.
0 A. J. Hutterlr. unfttUched.
7 James W. Borch. Nautilus Swimming Club.
SJamca F. Naah. George Waabington Cnirersitj.
I Hamr S Wont, NaiitUm Swimmmg Club.
lo-O R. Ultimo. National OlpUal Canoe Crab.
11-H. Battle Miller, Nautiloa Swimming Cmb.
12 T. S. Dearie, unattached.
14-C P. Rtinge. NtoUlua Swimming Club.
13 O. G 1'egram. unattached.
14--J. Zladiaon Oatta. Nautihi. Swimming Club.
17 Traoman F. KraOJor, Rireride Onoe Crab.
18 If. Thornton Knight, Jr., Nautilus Swimming
r-E. M. Sauer. Nautilus Swimming Club.
20 A. CMsm, unattached.
3 W. B. Burrows, unattached.
22 Dr. C I. G. Andrreon. unattached.
3 Carroll D. Carpenter. Phunny Pbellows.
Officials are as follows:
Referee W. A. Rogers; Judges. J J. Earler, Imng
Zirpel. Vtuium uunung. r. u. urunner, and C V.
Bamman: timers, D. Crane, C. King, and Mr.
Bowie: clerk of course and starter. R. Rutherford:
SKinant clerk of course. C 11. Pardoe; chief inspec
tor, 1. A. 1W usumutl.
MIK0B LEAGUE RESULTS.
Louisrllle, 2: Indianapolis. L
Toledo, 7: Columbus, 3.
Kansas City, 0; MDwiuker, 4.
Jersey City, 3; Toronto. L
ProTideuce. 6. Montreal, 4.
Newark. 12; Buffalo, T.
Baltimore, U; Rochester, 10.
What Will the Answer Be?
By FERGUSON FAGUE.
With Altrock on erst and Schaefer on third.
What win the answer h-J
With Griath to lend and Johnson to twirL
Will the team o through the West with a whirl?
iinu iu uie answer per
With GandU to clout and Milan to steal.
What will tho answer be!
Win Peltr lose tho hnx on his trafll
Will Bob Groom's cunea cause the Tigers to ouallf
What win the answer b-
Wfll Morgan continue ta shine as before 1
What win the answer bet
Will the lock of the game b on our side.
And strew the path of George McBride?
nnai win the answer be!
will the Gleamers return at the top of the heanl
t.u. u w answer oei
Will Moellrr and Shanks continue to h!i
Will the fans who read this tel me why It wis writ!
Whsf will tho answer bo I ,.
No same ehedmled.
Washington at Cleveland.
Boston at Chicago.
New York at St. Loots.
Philadelphia at Detroit.
STANDING .OF THE CWJB&
Wea. tort. Pet. Win. U.
Boetcn u 3 s
WASHINGTON.- S X ,W
PbJUdelpUU M 39 .5TC
Chloro 47 41 -53
Detroit. 45 48 .IM
Clrrelnd 43 4! .UI
New Tort 27 St .JU
bU LouJ. 3 G .33
STANDING OP TI1E CX.CBS JULT 27. UU-
W. I frt.
Detroit CO 29 (74
4t 45 JOS
t'MlxlelNiU.. 37 31 M
New York.... 47 41 .53
Chlnso 44 43 JU
47 47 .500
St. Looli 24 O
St. LoaU-Bnston -No game.
Philadelphia, 4; PlttsbarK. 1.
Brooklyn, tl Cincinnati, 4.
Chlcazo, 4 1 New York, .'
Chi en co nt v York.
Cincinnati at Brooklyn.
Plttaburs at Philadelphia.
St. Lonla at Boston
STANDING OF THE CLDB3.
Won. Let. Pet. Win. la.
New York .. 65 3 .717 .750 73J
Cbkxso M 53 .( 63 .HI
I'ltUburc 30 35 JH .m .Ml
PhUutrlphU 41 11 .504 MZ .500
Cisrlacitl 44 44 .480 .455 .4M
St. Loul. 31 S .43 .435 .CI
Brookljn. SJ X JOT J74 JbJ
Botton 3 C4 .264 JZ3 Jbl
CDBS TAKE FIRST
FROM THE GIANTS
Matty Pitches Clever Ball,
Errors Behind Him Gives
Chicago the Game.
New York. July 26. The Cubs took the
first game of the series from the G'anLs
this afternoon, I to 1 Ma then son. the
only Giant pitcher able to beat the
Cubs when last these two teams met.
pitched better ball for the losers than
Richie and Reulbach for the visitors,
allowing only seven scattered hits. Er
rors beh'nd him, however counterbal
anced his effective mound work. Score:
Chlcagn. VB M O A E I Giant ABU OAK
Mieekard D.lll 1 I Iterore
rvTiuue, n. s i o o.lioTle.
4 0 5 11 hilrr St
.41130 Ileraer. rf . . 40000
.31300 Mtrkle lb . 4 I 15 0
0 0 l Murrar. if .41300
4 10 3 0
vrrner. c. 3 0 4 IB nr
Flcrle. D . 2 0 0 1 OlVVUVnn-
0 0 10 0
IloelbKO. p. 0 0 0 0 0 Fletcher.
3 114 0
Vlatlewson p 3 0 0 1 0
Mrf'onntrtt 10 0 0 0
?nudgrai: . . 1 0 0 0 0
Totals . . 3 0 r
'Batted for Richie In tha rights.
TBattcd for VUmn the eigti
IBatted for Mathewsou in the ninth.
Cfclnr. .. .... 00001001
New lork 10 10 0 0 0 0 1-3
Rons fchulte. Tinker. Raier (I), Dercre, Do.le.
Murray. Twcbsse hit Drrpre. Three-base hit
Merkle. Sacrifice hit Siafer. Stolen bae Zim
merman. Double play Shafer to Merkl Left on
bases Chicago, 4. New lork, 4 Pirrt base on balls
OS Riehn. 2. Struck out-Br Mathewson. 2. by
Richie. X Cmpires Mesr Klcm and Bush. Time
of game 1 hour and 40 minutes. Attendance 20,030.
DODGERS ON TOP.
Defeat Cincinnati Reds in First
Home Game, 9 to 4.
Brooklyn. July X. The Brooklyn
Dodgers celebrated their home-coming by
beating the Cincinnati Reds, 3 to 4, to
day. The home guard hammered the of
fering of three Red pitchers for a total
of eleven hits, which, with a generous
number of passes, enabled them to win
easily Ragon and' Curtis were effective.
Mowing but seven bits. Score:
Cm'natL Alt II O A K
AB H O A E
Bescher. If... 3 10 0 0
itairs. a ... J w o I u
Hnbzrl lb.. 3 0 1 0
orthen rf 112 0 0
R Smith, 3b 4 2 1 3 0
Wheat. If .. 4 2 2 0 0
Ctitihaw. 2b. 3 12 4 0
rf.. 4 1 0 0 I
Hummel, lb. 3 211 0
Fisher, ss ...
O. Miller, c
3 1 0 S 1
3 13 0 0
10 0 0 0
.10 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 0
Totals..... STU 1
BaUed for Benton in the fourth.
IRan for McLean in tha fourth.
1 Batted for Ragon In the fourth.
Brooklyn 02250000 1-9
Runs Mitchell. Grant. Clark. Marsans. Moras.
Northro (2). R. Smith a. Wheat. Cutshaw. Hum
mel. O Miller Two-base hits Cutshaw. Nonbrn.
Sacrifice hits Bates, Cutshaw. Stolen basrs Mar-
ssns. Bescher (2). Bates. Double play Grant to
Kan to UotMltxrlL Lett on bsses-Cindnnati. S
Brooklyn. 4. Baea on balls OI Rsgon, 3. off Cur
tis. 2; otr Benton. 2; on Herfe. 3, off Darts. L
Stnrrk out By Ragon, 1, by Curtis, 2; by Benton.
1; by Dsris, 1 Ump'res Messrs. Johnstone and
Eason. Time of game Two hours.
Defeat the Pirates by Score of
4 to 1.
Philadelphia, July K. The Phillies beat
Pittsburg In the first game of the series
to-day, score, to L O'Toole was er-
raUc, the sensational fielding of. Wagner
keeping the local score down. Adams
pitched the eighth for the Pirates, and
Luderus hit for a home run. Moore was
very effective, Knabe's error averting a
Phils. AB H O A E
Pasksrt, rf... 3 2 0 0 0
Lobcn 3b... 4 3 0 0 0
AB n O A E
uonun. rt z o o v u
Csrey. If 10 10 0
Wilson, cf 4 12 10
Wsgner, sa... 4 2 5 6 0
Miller, lb 4 19 10
V loi, 3h 4 0 0 10
Dried. 2b 3 0 0 0 0
Gibson, c. 10 6 0 0
&lmon. c 10 10 0
Mensor 110 0 0
OToole, p-. 10 0 4 0
Vdsms. p..... 0 0 0 0 0
KellyT 0 0 0 0 0
Urate 10 0 0 0
Totals 31 " 21 11 0
Magee, If ... 2 1 2 0 0
Crayath. rf .. 4 13 0 0
Luderus. lb.. 4 1 ? 0 0
Pittsburg 00000000 1-1
PauadelphU 10100110 x-4
Runs Paskert (0. Magee. Luderus. Wilson. Stolen
bases-Paskert. Lobert. KiUlfrr. Left en Uses-
Philadelphia. J; Pittsburg. 8. First base on errors
Pittsburg L Two-base hits Wsgner, Crarsthl
Miller. Three-base hit Miller. Home run Luderu.
Sacrifice hit Doolan. Doubts plajs-Knabe to Dco-
lan to Utorms: vvagner to Miller 13). lilts made-r
Off OToole, I In f Innings; off Adsmf. 2 In 2 in
nings. Struck out By Moore, 7; by OToole. 5; by
Adams, L First base on balUt-Off Mom, 4; off
OToole, (. Hit by pitched ball-By Adams. Knabe.
umpires Messrs. itlgler ana nzmeraa. 71m or
grmsj 1 hour sad 17 nuxmtts
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PEPC0 EASY WINNER.
l.raicnr, 6 to 1.
Pepco took an easy t to 1 game from
Aloyslus yesterday In the Independence
t , t i. .. .. -j ...m . -
Jack Leonard pitched good ball fer
Aloyslus until the nrtn inning, but aiter
that the Pepco batters had no difficulty
solving his delivery Kldwell twirled
well, but made a temporary ascension In
the seventh, when, with two down,
was found for two singles and Issued
two passes, forcing .n Aloyslu.' only
run National plas Southland to-day.
4 12 0H Murphy
jo i o w i run
4 0 12 0 Utl.
3 0 10 0 1 Kurr
4 a l z o utx id ...
Hsndibor. u.1 1 111 Morris rf .
; j i u w i i,na cs ..
. 3 0 11 10) Howsrd. 3b
2 0 4 2li Munch.
I 0 0 1 0
1 0 0 0 0 Totals
rerro ... riiiniii-4
Rona-nand'boe. CUl (!. Murphy (2). Fury.
Green. First base by errors-Petco. 1 Left on
bsses vlcrsius. 6, Perm . Fir rse en balls
Off Leousrd. 2 off Kldwell. 3. Struck cjl-By
Lewisnl, 3. ty Kldwell 13. Two-base hils-Rlciir.
Murifcy. Fury. Munrn Sserllce hit Orren.
stolen hsies-Degnon, GUI (2) Murphy. Uu, Green
(2) IrilHe rtay Nops to lllnes to O Reilly Hit
by pitcher By Ktd.ell (Degnon. Drrnnan. Mc
Carthy) raw J halls Lewis (2). Decnon. empire
Mr BetU. Time of game 1 boor and 45 minutes.
Crntrnl Midgets Win.
The Central MMgets defeated the Fifth
Street Sters. 11 to 0 Score
Crntrsl Mid4et 01042010 S-ll 12 0
Fifth Strret Stsrs. 000000000-0 3 4
Battene C. Linkins snd OttenlrTC, Tash. Laren-
der. E. Clark, and B Clark.
Pres'dent Murphy, of the Cubs, an
nounces that he has signed a new left
handed pitcher. lie Is Harry Park Ahl
strom. of 'Waukegan, who lias been
pitching with the Highland Park team
during the season and has made a fine
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NINTH THE VICTOR.
Beats Metropolitan In East Wash
McCaffrey fought a lonesome battle, his
support being extremely miserable, and
Ninth piled up scores at will after the
lfourh - The fielding of Rathbone was the
, .., ,... . ,-,-i.-.
only redeeming feature to Metropolitan's
defense Buhler's circuit drive scored two
others In the fifth Score.
Metron-n IBHOtE irtb. St. AB H O A E
Lewis. 3h .41121 Buhler 3b 51221
Wood. If .41001! Uusnt-vlle. lb 4 1 7 0
Itsthbonr lb 3 2 12 0 0 I Panshaw rf 4 0 10V
fooler 3.p. 4 2 13 2 1 Brewer e 4 2 4 3 0
I'ampbcn. ss 4 0 0 5 2 CrsbblF If 4 1 0 0 0
Kerprr, rf 4 0 10 0 , Bryant, nrf.c 4 12 3 0
Oak'er e. . 1 I i ! 0 I riortrr Jb 3 13 3.
Beets cf 3 0 0 0 0 Hsrrls. ss 2 13 0 0
McCsTr. P.2b 2 0 0 3 1" BrU. cf p.
Totals . 31 32115 7
Metropolian. - 1000020 1-4
Ninth Street . .. 1 0 0 1 4 10 0 x-l
RunsHarris. Rathbon (21 Cooler. Bubler (2).
Quantririe. Fanshaw (2) Brewer, Crabbie. Bryants.
DocUe (3) Harm 12). Bell (2). Left on bsm-Mrt-ropolitan.
5, Ninth "Street, 3. First base on balls
OS BelL 2. off McCaffrey J. Innings pitched By
Bryant. 4. by Bell 4 by McCstTrey, , by Conley L
Hits made-)ff Bryant. 1, off Bell. 4 off McCaffrey.
11. off Cooler. I Struck twt By Bryant. 3. br
Bell. 5 br McQaffrey 5. Home runs Bonier. Three
base hits-Brewer. Coolry Two-hte hits-Bell (2)
CrsbMe Stolen bases Lewis, Itatbbone. McCaffrer.
Farehaw. Bryant. Hit br rttcher By McCaffrey
(Fanshaw) Wild pitch McCsffrer Passed ball
Oakler. Cmj.re Mr Jaeschks. Time of gamel
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