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lm WASHINGTON .HERALD. SATURDAY, JUNE 14, 1913:
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"Probe Baseball Trust or Stop Talking," Says Ban Johnson
The Nationally 'Known Store for Men and Littte.Ment
?r ' -'
Errors Are Costly
and Nationals Lose
4' T ,
White Sox Grab Second Game of Series by Score of
6 to 4 Ed Walsh Driven from Box
Mullin Twirls Good Ball.
Today's Game at 3 o'Clock.
Br WILLIAM I'EET.
When the Nationals' support behind Long Tom Hughes col
lapied like a toy house of cardsr the White Sox were enabled to pile
up enough runs to snatch down the second -game of the series here
Aesterday, 6 to 4.
One. bright ray fa hope forced its passage through the black
.clouds of defeat George Mullin, who toiled six innings and looked
like the George Mullin of old. He showed more stuff than at any time
since joining the Climbers.
In the matter of base hits, the Nationals had- a shade on the
white-hosed troupe, but the Sox backed up two pitchers flawlessly
the main reason why they won.
Manager Callahan sent in Ed Walshfthe.big reel, to fool the
Climbers. "Big Ed" didn't have much but a prayer. He was riddled
in the third and sixth, and had he remained until the finish the opinion
prevails that our gang would have got him.
"They can't hit my swift ones
doggone em! Let me go in that
there box," begged Rebel Russell
of Manager Jeems.
Russell, a southpaw, who appeared In
the Concrete Coliseum yesterday Tor the
first time, not only had the confidence.
but the roods. TVhile the big rube from
Bonham. Tex who relleed Walsh, was
southpawing the Nationals were brushed
aside almost as qulcKly as tney steppea
up to the plate. One scratch hit was the
extent of the damage Inflicted.
Our outfielders had a busy time of It
chasing fly balls. Shanks had Ave, Moel-
Jer four, and Milan three put-outs apiece.
Milan Lours Hall.
Just why Milan Insists upon letting
g-ound balls shoot through his legs no
body knons. The ground in his territory
must be In horrible condition, or else
Milan is having a lot of tough luck.
In the first inning jesterday, as was
the case Thursday, the visitors nere pre
sented with a run when Rath singled to
center and sprinted to third as the ball
shot through Milan's legs. Lord's sacri
fice fly scored Bath.
Tom Hughes, who is having the detll's
own time getting started these daj s, was
the victim of more unlucky breaks in the
Sox third inning, when the "Windy City
brigade sent over four ripe tallies
enough to win the game.
Hughes' wlldness paled the way for
the first run when he hit Morris Rath on
the elbon. Lord followed with a
grounder, which Ray Morgan gathered
in back of first base, but threw wide to
Hughes On this bum chuck Rath went
to third and Lord to second, both of
whom scored a minute later on a single
by Hal Chase. Collins advanced Chase
to second with a sacrifice, and Bodie was
tafe on McBrlde's poor throw to Gandll.
On this error Chase reached third, scor
ing on Mattlck's fly to Shanks. A sin
gle to right by Weaker scored Bodie,
and when Schalk came to bat George
Mullin was in the box. Schalk died, Mor
gan to Gandll. for the third out.
Big Ban in Capital; '
Does Not Fear Probe
President of American League SaysCongress Should
Either Get Busypr Keep Quiet Umpires Are
Doing Good Work Other Gossip.
By "WILLIAM I'KET.
"If they want to. probe the baseball trust, as it is called, why
don't theyjdo it;. what's the delay?
"I have seen a lot in the papers about Congress demanding an
I he sooner they start the better the American League will like it.
"We welcome an investigation ; our books are . open and our
methods known to the public." i
Thus spoke President Ban Johnson, of the American League) who
arrived in the Capital yesterday morning and witnessed the ball game,
Deiween me xvauonais ana vvnite Sox. '
'The reserve clause is the backbone of baseball. It existed r.fnr..
i became, affiliated with the game.
The game today between the
Nationals and the "Whlta Sox Trill
tart promptly at 3 o'clock. Tilth
Walter Johnson 'on the monad
for the GrtBmen and either Doe
Harry "White or "Lefty" Russell
hurling them over for the Windy
City tribe. '
at!onnIs Score Twice.
The Nationals came through with
some Ihely hitting in the third and suc
ceeded in cutUng down the Sox lead by
John Henry singled for a starter. Mul
lin died on an Infield out. Moeller sin
gled through Walsh, and when Morgan
unloaded a nifty base knock to right,
Henry scored Milan filed to Mattlck.
but Laporte hit a hot one at Veaer and
Moeller was oir the plate. The side
was retired when Shanks popped to
Callahan read the handwriting on the
wall when the Nationals jumped on big
Ed "Walsh in the sixth for two more
runs Laporte drew a walk for a starter
and Shanks was hit. Both Laporte and
Shanks were advanced a peg on Mc
Brlde's sacrifice. John Henry's smoking
tingle to right scored them; Mullin filed
lo Mattlck and Moeller to Collins, and
no more runs snowed up
After. Mullin had. relleted Hughes in
the third only three hits were made off
his deliver) a pop fly to McBride from
Walsh's bat, George losing the ball In
the sun, a home run poke over the right
field fence by Ping Bodie In the eighth,
nnd Weaer's single in this same round.
WASHINGTON. AB. R, H. PO.
Moeller. rf 3 114
Morgan. 2b 4 0 2 2
Milan, cf 2 0 13
Gandll. lb 4 0 19
Laporte. 3b 3 110
Shank'. If. 3 1 0 5
McBride, ss 2 0 11
Henry, c 4 12 3
Hughes, p 0 0 0 0
Mullin. p 4 0 0 0
Mattlck did not have a chance In the
world to touch the plate, due to Henry's
Althourh the Nationals gathered fixe
hits In, the third, but two runs resulted.
Three of the safe swats were Inneld
blows, upon which two men could not
John Henry was the run knocker. He
opened the third with a. bingfe and
scored the first run for his team. His
base knock In the sixth pushed across
the pair of tallies made In that round.
Had Chase held "Weaver's assist In the
third, one of the fastest bits of fielding
which has been seen here In many a
day would have retired Moeller at first.
Walsh knocked down Dan's drhe and
Wcater came tearing In for the balL He
fielded and threw the ball with one mo
tion and almost got his man. He de
serted the applause he received.
Walsh got a cheap hit In the fourth.
He hit a weak little pop fly to short,
which McBride would have relished had
It not become entangled with the rays
of Old SoL
The Big Reel did not seem to have the
same old stuff on the pill and was lucky
to bag his game.
McBride was constantly complaining to
svineen aoout aa Walsh's balk motion.
When he lifts his arm he gives every one
the idea that he Is starting his delivery
to the batter and then turns and throws
Francisco Pasquale Bodie. the present
left fielder of the Sox. made good with
his fence-busting stuff In the eighth, only
mm time he tried to knock down a brick
wall and assist the wreckers who will
shortly start work tearing down the
Little Ray Morgan seemed to take a
liking to Walsh's shoots. He batted
against the great spltball pitcher four
timer, slamming out two safeties and
drawing a walk.
In the seventh. Lord drew a walk and
got too frisky, taking a long lead off
first. He died, Mullin to Gandll.
Easterly, former Clevelander. did the
pinch hitting stunt In the eighth and
struck out for "Walsh. Reb Russell then
exhibited his curves for the next two
rounds. Walsh looked as though the sun
had done a good job of baking him.
Shanks' value as a ground coherer Is
more noticeable e ery day. He made set -
eral running catches jesterday which
other sun fielders would not hae
In the second Laporte cut across In
front of McBride and gathered In Walsh's
grounder In time to force Schalk at Mor
gan's corner. Had he allowed the ball
to go through both runners would have
Deen sate and Walsh would have had one
of those slow-hit singles.
Big day tomorrow, boys. Bart Into
third place we go.
Without the reserve clause, organ
ized baseball could not exist," the
league president added. ,
it congress is going to do any inves
tigating why don't ,they get busy and
probe or else shut up.
With these few well chosen words Mr.
Johnson dismissed the matter.
"How about the American League um
pires this season. They say O'Loughhn
Is getting blind, Ferguson Is Incompetent
and that the various managers are all
kicking." The writer asked Mr. John
son. Big Ban smiled and replied: "Outside of
several roasts In a Washington news
paper, I have heard few complaints.
"As for O'Loughlln, he Is honest al
ways gives the plays as he sees them.
He Is not and never was a diplomat.
Ferguson fs doing good work and Hllde-
brand Is the best man we have had In
our league since Billy Evans.
I saw the game this afternoon, and
sat so 'that I was In a good poslUcn to
Judge too decision of DIneen'a at the
plate when Catcher Henry kicked about
Hal Chase as the latter scored on a sacri
fice fly. Dlneen was absolutely right.
Henry missed his man.
Air. jonnson nintea mat Decause me
Washington team had been playing In
hard luck the past three weeks that the
fans were prone to blame the umpires.
He also stated that he believed the work
of the indicator handlers in the American
League thus far this season had been
"How about the new rule which you
Instituted before the season opened In re
gard to throwing out a new ball every
time one was knocked foul, said rule
Instituted for the purpose of shortening
ball games. Have the games been played
In less time? Or. In other words, has the
rule worked satisfactorily?" the league
czar was asked.
"No, It has not," he replied.
"Take today's game here. It should
have been played In one hour and forty'
five minutes Instead of two hours and
fifteen minutes. The delays were unneces
sary, and I blame the players them
It Is true that both Walsh and Mullin
take a lot of time when pitching, but I
saw a number of balls fished out from
under the grand stand netting and little
effort on the part of the players of. both
clubs to bustle around."
Mr. Johnson admitted that the new
rule had not worked out well In other
Mr. Johnson Is In the Capital on one
of his annual trips around the circuit.
He will remain here over Sunday, the
guest of President Ben Minor, and on
Monday plans to go to New York.
Asked for his views about the pennant
race, he stated that It looked very much
as If the Athletics would land the nag,
but that there was alwajs a lot of luck
with baseball, and as the season was
not half oer many things might happen.
NAPS IN CHECK
Indian Hurls Great Gum,
Athletics Trwiikg Cleve
land, 2 te 1.
KAHLER'S ERROR COSTLY
Make WJJ Heive k tie Tktrteestk
Iukg oa Scfcuf't Bat, Burr
Scora, Wink Talr.
Philadelphia. June IX Bender's won
derful pitching enabled Philadelphia to
win a thlrteen-lnnlng game today from
Cleveland by the score of 2 to 1. . The
Athletics scored their first run In the
first Inning on Walsh's triple. Walsh
started to come borne on the squeeze
Play and then changed his mind, but
Land's throw to third was wild and the
runner scored. Cleveland tied It up In
the ninth after two men were out on
Johnston's pass. Turner's single, and
Baker's wild throw on Olson's grounder.
The Athletics won out in the thirteenth
on Barry's double, snd when Knht.r
tnrew wild on'Schang's bunt Barry cams
nome wiin the winning run.
cll.tu inun a v
Johnston.lb. Sill II
Turner as..... 4 2 I C 0
Jartscn rf. lull
I-joif Jx.. it::i
Run.cf . Slits
InocrJf $ 2 0 I
Land? . :il I
t 6 0 t 0
I 3 0 0
Oldricr If.. ..
vutns.a... s i s s
Baaerjb. . Illll
Mclancs.lt... 5 OK t 0
Mnmk.rf .... Hill
Total!.-... a la si
Totala a exit :
'Hatted for Land In ninth.
tBattrd for Mitchell In ninth.
-t-None out Jara winainj run iu screed. -
Oereland . . IIMIIIIIII a .1-1
Philadelphia.;;... IIIMIMIIO 1-3
Bans Johnston. tVslsh. Barrr. Two-base hits
Brsn. Barrr. Thrre-bss hits-Walsh, i rv.,M
rlar-Bsrrr to Sehaol. (rudr rnt-Bj Mitchell, :
br Bender. I; et Kshli t. First base on bslla-Off
Mitchell. 1: off Bender. C Chrriies-ile-m. HIM.
brand and O Looshlln. TIom of pme 2 bours and
ERB0RS ARE COSTLY.
AB. n. H. PO.
Batted for "Walsh In the eighth.
Chicago 10400001 0-
Earned runs Washington. 2; Chicago.
2. First base by errors Chicago. 2. Left
on bases Washington, 7; Chicago, 7.
First base on balls Off "Walsh, 3; off
Hughes. 2. Innings pitched By Walsh.
7: by Bussell. 2: by Hughes. 22-3; by
Mullin. l-3. Hits made Off Hughes, 4;
off Mullin, 4: oft Walsh. 8: off Russell,
L Struck out By Mullin. 2; by Walsh.
3: by Russell. 2. Home run Bodie Sac
rifice hits Rath, Collins, Milan. McBride,
Schalk. Sacrifice fly Lord. Stolen bases
Collins. Weaver. Double play Chase
(unassisted). Hit by pitcher By Hughes
(Rats): bu WaIsh (Moeller, Shanks).
Passed ball Henry. Umpires Messrs.
Dineen and Ferguson. Time of game
2 hours and zo minutes.
NOTES OF THE GAME.
win ik the thirteenth,
Med Sox Capture Kxcittntr Game
from St. Lonls, T to 6. ,
Boston, June 1J The Red Sox defeated
St. Louis here today In a hard fought and
exciting game that went thirteen In
nings. O'Brien started the game for the
champions, and until the eighth inning
mm ocrjruiing nis own way. Then the
visitors drove ilm from the box, scoring
In the sanie inning the locals started
a battingrally, tallying two. and In the
ninth added three more to the score. Hall
relieved O'Brien and held his opponents
safe. Hamilton, for the visitors, pitched
the full game. Score:
"Walter Johnson will be In the box for
the Nationals this afternoon, the game
starting promptly at 3 o clock. Opposed
to Johnson will bo either Doc White,
the lanky dentist, or Rebel Russell, the
young southpaw who had the Climbers
eating out of his horny fist for two In
The Nationals seem to have regained
their batting ejes and if Walter shows
the form displayed during the last two
games he worked a ictory is certain.
Khottraef... 6 13 0 0
StoralUb.... 4 I $ 1 I
Walihjs.. 3 0 1 T l
JohnitOT.If . 4 110 1
rnttb. 4 1 4 S 0
Willlams.rf . 4 1 0 0 0
BslratMs... 3 14 1
BrieT.lb. . 2 1 19 fi A
WalLicrJb... C J 0 4 I
Acnewc. I 1 t.a Q
Hamilton p.. 4 Z 1 4 0
Cotxroton. 1 1 e A e
MitcbeUt .... 0 0 I II
Hooper rf..... T 0 J 0 I
Speaker cf . S 1 1 1 I
Lewis.lf s 1 s a fl
in e o
S 1 1 I
2 0 0 10
2 0 0 10
10 0 0 1
Totals.-... uuau 1
One apiece. We drop again lntofourth
place, the pale-hosed troupe leading us
by eight points.
Milan -duplicated his performance of
yesterday when he allowed Rath's sin
gle togo between his legs. Shanks re
covered the ball quickly, and the second
sackei was held on third.
The first run of the game came across
when Lord lifted far Into center for a
sacrifice fly. The ball seemed ticketed
for a homer, but Milan raced It and took
it as it came over his shoulder. Some
catch! r ,,
With two gone In thq Climbers first
Inning. Milan stole second, but it did
not benefit his average, as Gandll struck
nut on the pitch that. CIde went down
Laporte and Kcnry pulled a pretty
play in the third on MatUck. He was
on third and endraored to score on
Schalk's slow hit giounder,. but Frank's
vtc to Henry got Mattlck. Incidentally.
Totals . 47 1JS7 SO 2
'Batted for Balentl In the eighth.
tBan for Oompton in the eighth. .
tOne oat 'when vinninc ran was soored.
Batted for O Brien in.th eighth.
St. Louis ......... 0100000(0000 0-
Boston 000011022001 1-7
Bons Walsh. Johnston. Pratt. Wllll.mi w.ll.
Mitchell. Terkes. (J). 8ptaktr O, Lewis. Wagner.
j.wo-a mw najjaco ra, speaker tX), ngw,
Verkea. Lewis. Three-base hits Smb. n.nfo
Wagner. Bacrlnce hrts-Prstt. Lewis. Stolen hats-
Wagner. Double ptara-Engle (unassisted) : Gardner
iv scrses u xjgje. Lai on rases er, LooJa; 111
Boston. IX first base on balls Off n.min ; 0If
O'Brien, 7, First base on errors St. Louis. 1; Bos-
mm, &. piraci out j aianujun, i; ny u jsrien, 3;
br Ball. 4. Passed baS-Agnew. Wild pitches
Hamilton. O'Brien. Umpires-Messrs. Etsds and
Esin. Tune of game 3 hours snd 30 minutes.
Manager Griffith last night stated that
the reason why Milan had let so many
ground talis shoot through his legs was
because of the wretched condition of
the turf In center field.
"We have had no rain to speak of for
nearly three weeks." said Griff. "The
ground out In center field Is not only
rough, but as hard as flint, and orders
have been Issued to the groundkeeper
snd his assistant to turn the hose on
Milan's patch for twelve hours. I hope
that the field will be in better shape for
It Is not often that. a fielder comes
dashing In and makes a put-out between
third and home plate, as was the case
yesterday when Shanks came flying in
and Intercepted a throw from John
Henry as the catcher, Laporte, and
McBride were attempting to run down
Mattlck after the last-named had been
forced off .. third base when Henry and
McBride caught Weaver napjftng at
Shanks Is always In the game. He
uses his head all the time, and for a,
youngster possesses few equals In the
Immediately after today's game the
Nationals will board the express foe
Cleveland, where one game win be play
ed on Sunday. Joe Boehllng has fully
recovered from his recent Injury' and la
slated to pitch. The club returns for
the final game of the Sox series here on i
Titters' MUcnes Help Yankees Win,
4 to 2.
New York. June 11 Errors, made at
critical times by Detroit Dialers, allow
ed the Tanks to take today's game 4 to
S. Ford and Dubuc faced each other and
mere was nothing to choose between the
two twlrlers. Bush, the Tiger shortstop,
was the principal offender In the mlsplay
Midklff, the fast third sacker of the
locals, nas injured In the fourth when
Bush tried to take third on Vltt's
bounder. Midklff got his man but was
badly spiked and will be out for some
time. Manager' Jennings was -back on the lob
today, having paid the fine Imoosed uo-
on njm oy tne neaa of the American
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Totals. X lae J
Detroit. AB H O A E I Tankm.
nib !...... 3 115 11 nnVU.rt.
HI. Jfc...... 1 J o
Orswfonl rf... J 0 Z 1
Mtuef ..... 4 S I 0
trach.lf ..... Illll
Rauur lb .... 3") 1
HomrtOti... 3 T I p
XlrKff c... s 1 I
Dubocp..... 3 10 2 0
, I D 0 I
Px p"h as!!
rorum Ih . 7 1
Hattsl It.. h11
IWki'. .... 1 0
JVrrirlcJh.. .1110 0
Fordp 3 4 I 0
Detroit 0000:000 0-:
--ww tori 1 1 1 1 1 1 t 1 h
SuB-rTklncaiixh tt, Hlrtwtl. Bortco. Col.
Gainer. First las on nrm-Kw Tert. J. Lrtt on
ae-Drtro. I: ! York. t. First base on balls
Off Debar. Z: off Ford. 3. Struck aqt-Br Dnbne. J
bx Fort. 3. Two-base bit-fiartscll. Satrinct hlts
rcilnpinrh. Boston Stolra bssn-Btuh. Cobb Kl,
Vneh. Gtlatr. rtcUnmszfi. Wild ritch-nut.
rupim-Mcwo CamiallT and SIoQrntr. Ttae of
game 1 hour and SS snisntrs. '
Good Rame Bandar.
The "Wisconsin Athletic Club and the
Winston AthleUc Club it ill clash on the
latter's diamond. Fifth Street and Florida
Avenue Northeast, at 2 o'clock p. m.
tomorrow. The Wisconsin AthleUc Club
will line up as follows: Poore. second
base: Howard, right vfleld: Hlllery. catch
er; G. Gormley, pitcher; F. Gormlexcen
ter Held; Carroll, shortston: Younar. thlwi
base; Custard, left field; Grimes, first
BRAVES TAKE ANOTHER.
Cincinnati. June 13. Boston beat Cln
clnnatl again today. 6 to . Four runs
-were made by the Beaneatera In the first
inning, two of them being, homers by
.mjrera ana aiann. me lans welcomed
junnny Dales Dacic to tne same. Score:
Boaton. AB H O A B
....uiuW 1 Z 0 Z I
MTn.ltL K A
Connoll7,lt.. 110 0 0
"jjj... t s s g
JweeotTjb.. 5 1 3 g t
Trtns,rf... 2 10 0 0
Marm cf... 4 nil
Derltajb...... 1 0 0 1 0
WbaUns.c. 1 T I 0
rerdus.p...... 4 1 0 1 1
dBtrr muni v.
Kttts.cf .... 2 0-010
Derore.ef.... :! 0 0 0
Manans.rr... 3'1 5 0 0
Bcseherjf .. Illtl
HobUtselUb 4 119,0 0
AhneWaJb.. 3 10 3 1
BRVntT,ss 3 0 110
CUrsa.t. T 2 I
Amfa.PL...... I 0 I 0 0
kiimr...... 10 0 10
33 19 CIO 1
Totals..... 35 ISU
'Bitted Iri Packard la tbe nlsth.
Cincinnati............ 0 a 1 1 , . . .
Batton... 1. I 0 t lltt iT:
Bass Bascber (9. ParliM m t.. ..
Cooaolly. Titos, Mann. Pette. Tirn.bai.WtiZ
HTO.rans-Mirri, Mann. Uft 00 baao-Owtnt
natl. Si Boston, t. Dana! Th-SZZjZTTl
!? ? SS! ?!!rZJ, 71
OVERTIME. GAME TO CUBS.
Chicago, June 11 The Cubs defeated
the Dodgers in an eleven-Inning contest
here today, 7 to & In the eleventh
Leach ; walked: Pitcher Allen hurt him
self trying to field Evers bunt, snd all
hands were -safe, Curtis was pulled in
cold, and.SchuIte singled off him. win
ning the game. Pierce went all the way
for the locals, allowing nine hits. His
only bad inning was the fourth, when
the Dodgers scored Ave runs. In that
inning lmmerman was banished for
disputing a decision, and Phelan. his
successor, made a wild throw which
gave the visitors two of their tallies.
Brooklyn used four pitchers. Ragon,
mack. Allen, and Curtis, Score
Brooklra ARTTnACI CMrlM. S
futshswjb..' S-l 1 T r
TVbrst If .... S 0 I 0 0
DanhtrtlbJ.. 310 0 0
Kmlthjb... 1 IU II
Frrln.c.i. 4 310 t 1
llipm.p... 10 0 0 0
Alen.p.i.., 10 0 0 1
Chicago, C "Wnslilntttou, 4.
Philadelphia, 2 1 Cleveland, 1.
Boston, 7 St. Louis, O.
enr York, 4 Detroit, 2.
Chicago ait Washington.
Cleveland at I'hlladelphla.
Di-troit at Xevr York.
St. Lonls nt Boston.
STANDING OF TBE CLCB3.
Woo. test. Pet. Win. Lose
Philsdalpbla............. 3 11 .TtO .71 .TO
Clenlind.... ...... ...... S IT ,C .O S
Chictso. - 3 S .337 Mi S3
WASHINGTON......... 3 11 .O X! JH
Boston ......... a 3 .!) JC0 .480
Detroit.................... a 31 jn jo ja
Bt. Looil............. a E JS JI Jl
New York ...- U M St JJJ XI
Holds Pirates in Check and
Giants Capture Bat
tle, 3 to 2.
CLARKE PLAYS FULL GAME
PliUadJphia. 5 31 .565
Detroit..-...- a a .7J
rietrtand 3 s .(09
:.tw ior..... KX 311
SLXocis...... II X JK
rcsrh-rf. S S a
ntftntlb....... 4 2 4 2 0
Scbnltsrf 0 3 0 0 1
rmvrnnano 3 0 1 0 0
PotlsnJn..... 2 0 13 1
RalCT lb....... 4 OU 2 0
OjrUcn.M... I 1 o I 0
MUrtirt.lf. 3 110 1
Utrdham.lb.. 10 2 0 0
Arcntrc....... 3 3 2 0 0
Irrcseshin.e. 10 9 1a
Phrcr.p.-. .. 0 1 1
Tntala J11fit3Dl 0 1
Totals...... 41 13 33 IS 1
'Batted-fbr Rafpo In fourthl
f Nona oo srben trlnnlns run iras acortd.
Brccklrn. ......... ..i.... tlCMII MM
Cblcaro 0031010100 1-T
nuns-Strnztl. Dsnbrrt (21. Smith. Enrin. Hmn.
met Inch (2). Errrs. 8aler. Mitchell -(a. Archer.
Lett on bases BronHjn, 7; Chlcasn, 1L Blta made
Off Bason, 3 In 3 Inninas; off 8tsek. T in 31-3 in
slogs; off AHm'O in Z-i innlnss; off Curtis. 1 In 0
innlnss. Two-base hits Etcta, Stenjel, HtnnmeL
Sacrifice Mts-SnUth, Errrs. Bnsashan, ricrce.
btplen baj-OnU)ia. Erera (21. 8chnlte, Jlitcbeti.
Double rla rbshur to Erera to .Needham. First
IVirfiM. a VfM, fc.u LT A . r " " a O" owis vn nnw, rf. w ims-, j; do aulas,
rEL pUT i0011""0 Ab :: - 1- 8 o"- n.-: r Stack,
offpidksM. T lL-3lU,mMr't BO- : : br Ue. l Keiee. . Bit brpitdier-tW
. " ,.HMMI( IUC1B UB U1XB. twrt.
Ttne of UAa-2 hours aal 3 t -
cm. Klca uA 1Mb. brtC Uvrlret-Ufurw Brenoan ami Wmnu. Ttoe
hratn. ind mlmt-v
New York, 3; Pittsburg, 2.
Iloston, 0 Cincinnati, 4.
rlilcnico, 7 1 Bruoklyn, U.
Fhllndelpliln, nt St."LoaIa, 2.
Boston nt CInclntintl.
'ev York nt PItftbartr.
Phllnilelphln ntSt. Lnnls.
BrooLIrn at Chtcnao.
8TAKDINO oFtHE CLUBS.
Won. Lest. Pet.
Philadelnhla............ SI 12 .ta
KrrTork- -... M J08
Brooklrn M 23 JU2
Cbicato. h Ji
Plttsbura 23 2$ JC0
St. Louis 22 3 .CI
Bcton... 29 -t
CincinnaU.......... ... II 32 J60
50 JT1 JS3
Challenge Bovrllnp; ClnbaV
The. Columbia Midgets Bowling Club
will meet any bowling club averaging
sixteen jears at any bowling alley In
Northwest Washington. For games ad-
dresa Columbia Midgets, Jhls offlce.
Pittsburg. June IX Al Demaree proved
too much for tbe local batters today.
Had It not-been for Snodgrass ''misjudg
ing Miller's long drive In the fourth in
ning he would have scored a whitewash.
The Kearney youth drove one headed for
the flagpole. Snodgrass came in after it.
but discovering his error he began to
retrace his steps. He managed to touch
the ball as It sailed over his head. The
center fielder redeemed himself when he
drove Herzog across with the winning
tally in tne etgntn. Manager Clarke went
back to left field, and for the first time
since 1311 participated in full game.
New York ABHOAE
Shaterjb. . 112
FVtcarrja.-. 4 11
Doyleb...-. 3 13
Sunday, June 15 I
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ON THE N0KE8' I
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I ALL SEATS 25c I
rer cl .
Alt H O A r.
. 4 3 10 0
, 4 12 0 1
S T271I 2
Merers.e. 4 4 3 10
0 0 0 0 0
4 2 3 10
4 10 0 0
, is Ti
'Ran for Jlejeri in the ninth.
Plttsbors... , 00020000 o-:
w Tdk. 0-0010011 0-3
Rnna-Wazner. Ulller. llerkle. iinrrar. Bermr.
To-bae hlts-Merkle (21. Monaj. Mcjns. Snoo-
srasa. uoene rtm-uuicr stolen bases-lieren.
Snodsrass. Double tsars Waaarr to lax to MlUer;
netcber to Doric to Hersle. First base on hslU
Off Adams. 1. " Struck out Br Adams. I; br De
maree, i. irc en cases iiruotu?, 3i sstw Tone. 7.
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