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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 1913.
Falkenberg Knocked Out of Box; Nationals Win by 6 to 3
Naps in the Final
Boehling Allows but Five
Is Effective Fred
Out of Box
Or WILLIAM PEUT.
With twenty or more members of the Cleveland team yelling like
wild Indians from the Naps' dugout, and attempting to get Southpaw
Joe Boehling's "goat," the Richmond Thunderbolt yesterday gave
them all the laugh, and spanked the Uirmys good and proper to tne
tune of 6 to 3. ,
"All he's got is a button-hook curve and nice hair," chortled Joe
Birmingham, from one side of the diamond, while Doc Johnson, the
Naps' initial sacker, from the opposite coacher's box, shrieked : "You
fresh busher, we're goin' to knock you loose from your cap in this
Boehling paid no attention to these poisoned verbal shafts. The
more the visitors raved, the harder he pitched, and that under such
trying conditions the youngster
was able to gain the upper hand
shows Mr. Boehling's middle name
to be "Nerve."
The Climbers victory -was quite satis
factory to the Old Fox. for his Judg
ment In Boehllnc's ability to come
through has been indicated, and the win
rlve3 the Nationals the series by three
out of four. Up to date Washington and
Cleveland have met eight times, each
team winning four games.
Boehling did not pitch the best game
of ball ever seen in the concrete coliseum.
He had one bad inning, the fifth, and
walked an even half dozen, but he only
jlelded five hits, and when Larry came
up in the eighth with tne Dases iuh
and the Nationals only two runs behind,
the southpaw was good enough to re
tire the Frenchman for the necessary
ninny' rinyn Trnmp Card.
Birmingham, the Naps' boy manager,
was determined to humble the Nationals
at anv cost and flashed his ace In the
hole Fred Falkenberg. the human string
with ten straight victories to his credit,
but who recently has found the going
Falkenberg had no fade on his fa
mous fade-a-way, and every time his
curve broke It bumped up against a
Washington bat. and the ball usually
landed where It mould do the most good.
Falkenberg did not survhe the third
inning. He was taken out after the
Climbers had placed him on the rack and
choken five runs out of his sjstem with
the aid of six hits. Blanding relieved
Falky and had us guessing until the
ninth, when one run breezed across the
Howard Shanks, who Is going like a
house afire these das. putUng up sensa
tional ball not only In the field, but at
the bat was dl'ectly responsible for all
but two of the six runs scored by the
Climbers. Howard came through with a
pair of triples and a sacrifice fly. In addi
tion to handling four hard chances In the
left garden patch.
The Climbers started to ride Falkenberg
from the start, Danny Moeller opened.
the first inning by drawing a walk and
stealing second, and scored when Milan's
smash got away from Larry.
Falky began to totter In the second.
Only a lucky double play, when the Na
tionals started to run wild on the base
paths, hoisted him out of the deepest kind
of a hole.
Shanks banged oter Graney"s head for
a triple to start the second. McBride
scored Shanks with a double. Henry
beat out a swinging bunt, advancing Mc
Bride to thiid, and when Boehling
grounded to Larry and McBride at
tempted to score the Captain was safe as
Catcher Land missed him while George
was six feet away from the plate. When
Moeller swung for the third strike Henry
attempted to steal third was turned back
and the side was retired when Falken
berg gathered In Foster's roller.
"Falky" I Knocked Ont.
Milan started the Nationals" third by
drawing a walk, stealing second and
sprinting over to third when Land threw
low to Turner. Gandill fanned but Mor
gan walked. Shanks rumpled one of
Falky's offerings for a peach of a triple,
the ball rolling to the Jury box. This
welt scored Milan and Morgan and also
sent Falkenberg to the shower baths.
Blanding appeared on the scene and
stopped the slaughter.
Boehling sailed along nicely until the
fifth, when the visitors made three runs
on as many hits, a base on balls, and a
The eighth Inning saw the crowd very
much excited and on pins and needles.
It was no place for a nervous ftan.
Boehling had retired both Johnston and
Turner after walking Blanding. when he
suddenly developed a wild streak, passing
Olson and Jackson, filling the bases.
Larry Lajoie was up, and a saf t hit would
have tied the score. A long fly to Shanks
for the third out made everybody breathe
easier. The youngster had climbed out
of a hole of his own digging.
During the last four innings Southpaw
Joe was generous with his transportation,
but when he did put the ball over the
visitors could not touch him.
Blanding was also the airtight pitching
kid until the Climbers' eighth, when
Chick GanJIl nicked him for a triple and
scored Washington's sixth run when
Shanks hoisted a high fly to Ryan.
WASHINGTON. AB. R. H. PO.
Moeller. rf 3 113
Foster, 3b. 4 0 0 0
Milan, cf 3 111
Gandll. lb 4 1 1 11
Morgan, 5b 3 10 2'
Shanks. If. 3 12 4
McBride, ss. 4 111
Henrv, c 2 0 13
Boehling, p 3 0 2 2
Johnston, lb 4
Turner, ss. 4
Olson, 3b 3
Jackson, rf.. ........ 1
Lajoie. 2b 4
Ryan, cf..... 4
Graney, If. 4
Land, c. 4
Falkenberg. P 1
Blanding. p 1
6 9 27 16 0
R. H. PO. A. E.
5 24 14
Washington. 1 2 2 0
Cleveland. 0 0 0 0 3
Earned runs Washington.
land. 2. Left on bases Washington. 4:
Cleveland, 5. First base on balls Off
Boehling, S: off Falkenberg. 3: off Bland
ing. 2. Innings pitched By Falkenberg.
3 2-3; by Blanding. 41-3. Hits made Off
Falkenberg. 6; off Blanding. i Struck
out By Falkenberg. 2: by Blanding. 2;
by Boehling, 2. Three-base hits Shanks
(2). Gandll. Two-base hit McBride. Sac
rifice fly Shanks. Stolen bases Moeller,
Milan, Morgan. Blanding. Double plays
Morgan to McBride to Gcndll; Foster
to Morgan to GandU. Umpires Messrs.
DIneen and .Ferguson. Time of game
2 hours and 10 minutes.
Can to Prince Palatine.
Ascot Heatt. England, June 19. The Gold
Cup. worth 117,500, was won here today by
T. .Pilklngton's Prince Palatine. Stead
fast ran second and Aleppo third.,.
Hits and, Although Wild,
Score, 6 to 3.
NOTES OF THE GAME.
Falkenberg will not forget Howard
Shanks In a hurry two triples in con'
secutiA e Innings for the good looking out
"Doc" Johnston and Manager Birming
ham were both chased off the coaching
lines by Umpire DIneen.
The Naps were core over yesterday's
defeat, and before leaving several of the
players cried to Griff: "Wait "till we get
you fellows In Cleveland."
"Doc" Johnston had a chance to drive
home a run In the fifth, but Boehling
struck him out.
The only error of the combat went to
Grover Cleveland Xand. the Naps burly
catcher who pegged low to Turner when
Milan stole second In the third Inning.
Boehling came to the bat three times
and connected for a couple of hits. Not
bo bad for sl pitcher, eh, fans?
Gandll's triple In the eighth was
dandy one of those old-time line drives
to deep left field.
Boehling has a good slow ball, and
should hae used It more often.
Had Blanding started the game In the
box for the Naps the outcome might
have been different but he didn t.
Double plays In the first and fourth.
made the going for Boehling easier.
New Tork here today, and a double'
header. Everybody out.
YANKEES TO ONE.
Defeat llrowns In Last Game
Series, 10 to 4.
New Tork. June 19 The Tanks won
the first series of the season by beating
the St. Louis Browns today 10 to 4, and
taking two of the three games played.
Sweeney was the batting star of the
afternoon with five straight hits, one
triple and four singles for a percentage
The Yanks garnered 14 lusty clouts from
two Brown pitchers,' Mitchell and Hamil
ton .while McConnell held the visitors to
seven hits. Score:
8botten.ef.... 4 12 0 0
Briefjb z 0 1! 2 0
Jatuutoa,U. 4 2 10 0
Prattb 10 0 4 0
Hilltolrf... 4 2 10 0
JUJmul.... 4 0 3 2 1
Aastinjb 4 10 6 1
Amnrx. 3 0 3 11
JIttchell.p. 2 110 0
Comptont.... 1 0 0 0 0
Hsmilton,r.. 0 0 0 10
Sew Tort AB H O A B
Daniela,rf..... s 1 0 0 0
Wolter.ef... 3 0 3 0 0
Cm,U..... S 3 0 0 0
Haajell.Jb. 3 112 0
recsicp Mi 4 1ZZ2
Borton lb... . 3 2 12 1 1
McConnell.p.. 4 I 0 S 1
Totals........! 14 r U 4
Totals ....JO T"2J is i
Sutmkt oot: hit by batted ban.
JBatted for Mitchell in the eighth.
bt tools. .. ....... 0110000024
!ew Tork 0030012E X-M
Rons-bhotten. Johnston. Pratt, Williams. Daniels
C), Wolter (2), Cree (D, eVeeBer, Peckinpaosh. Mc
Kechnie. McConnell. First bus en errors 8t. Loots,
1: Jew Tort, 3. Left on bases St. Louis. 4; New
Tork. 6. lint base on balls-OS M'V-ri-U, 2; oS
Hamilton, 1; off McConnell. X Struck out-Br
Mitchell. :. by McDonnell. 3. Three-baas hits
Williams, Sweeney Two-base hit-Cree. Baerfaee
bits Brief. Hartzell. Borton, McKechnla. Stolen
bases Johnston. Pratt. Sweeney. FecHnpanth. Doa
ble play-Balenti to Brief. Wild pitch Mitchell.
Hits made-OS Mitchell. 12 in 7 lnnlncs; off Hamil
ton, 2 in 1 toning. Umpires Messrs. McGreery and
Connolly. Time of came 1 hour and Ct minutes.
BROWN WINS DUEL.
Athletics' TTrirler Bests Russell, of
White Sox, In 2 to O Game.
Philadelphia. June 19. After a, fierce
twirling duel today between Carroll
Brown and Reb Russell, the former
came out victorious, the Athletics
trouncing the White Sox, 2 to 0. Second
base was the nearest to home any vis
itor was allowed to- go by the local
Pitcher. Frank Baker's mighty triple
brought in one tally for the Mackmen,
while a single and a wild heave made
possible the other run. Score:
Jlarphjvrf..... 3 2 0 0 0
OIdrlnc.lf..... 3 0 4 0 0
E.CollmsA 4 0 0 3 0
Bakerb.... 2 12 10
Mclnnes.lb... 1 Oil 1 0
Walih.cf...... 3 0 3 0 0
Barrr.ss. ...... 3 0 3 0 0
Lpp.c.... 2 0 3 0 0
Erown,p.... 3 0 13 0
4 112 0
4 on o o
3 0 0 0 0
0 2 0 0
Mattick.cf... 3 0 5 0-0
WKTer.ss.... a l l 4 l
Schalkc...... 3 14 10
Rsssell.p 3 0 0 0 0
Totals.... .1 3"f
Three-bass hit Baxer. Sacrifice files Melnnes. Old
rinc Stolen base Baler. Double plays Baker to
Earrr to Mclnnesr Wearer to Batn to Chase: Col
lins to lurrr to axclnnes. Left on bases Obicaajo,
3: FhuadelnbJa. 1 First bass on balls 02 Brown.
i: ca Kusseu. 4. wua wtcn Kusseu. 1. Tims of
came i nour ana a minutes, umpires Messrs,
OXourhlln and BUdcbcand.
PHTT.T.TKS TUB1T TABIES.
Goode'a Homer Saves) Chicago from
Chicago, June 19. Alexander's tlrht
pitcnmg in pinches resulted in the Cubs
defeat by the Phillies hers today, 2 to
L The home run by Good, who batted
for Lavender In the eighth, alone pre
vented the visitors- from smearing the
locals witn whitewash In retaliation for
shut-outs administered on the two pre
vious days, score:
Phillies ABHOAEI Oilcan
rs.rrfc.a.... a v v
Ludernslb... 4 1 C 0 0
LoberUb...- 4 0 12 0
BeekerJf..... 2 110 0
Mafeajf...... 2 0 10 0
irsrn a...... a 1 a a n
jTeraD..H. 0 3 0 0
Sennits' rf 4 I 2 a
immer-nD 3 0 0 10
Saier.tb. ...... 4 211 0 0
Mitchelllf. 3 0 14
Knabejb.... 2 0 2 2 0
Doolan.ss. 2 0 4 0 0
KuU(er... 3 1 T 0 0
Alexsnder,p. 3 0 0 0 0
BridvelUs.... 3 0 4 S 0
resnanin,e.. 3 0 3 2 1
iresder.p. 2 10 2 0
Chener.p...M 0 0 D 0 0
Good........ 110 0 0
MiUnf....... 10 0 0 0
Totals..... JO 527 T 0
Totals........... T2T1I 1
'Batted for Lareader in the ei-htfc.
'Batted for Mitchell In the ninth.
Philadelphia. 10000000 1-2
Chictro.... .-......... 00000001 0-1
Buns-Paakert. Kinifer. Coodc Left en bases
Philadelphia. 3; Chlearo, i. Two-Use hlts-Paskert,
trim c.1. l. w - 1. , .. .. '
.nine. DUfRa vm amuc. Aicacu. OCDUIIC XSOme
run Goode. Double pUrs Doolan to Knaba to
Lnderus; Doolan to Lnderus. First base on balls
Off Alexande-. 1; off Lavender. 1. Stmck out Br
Alexander, 7; br Lsrender, 3. Bit It pitcher Doo
lan. Umpires Messrs. Klem and Orth. Time of
game 1 hour and 43 minutes.
LAEEY BUNS AMUCK
AT BASEBALL PARE;
"Larry," the canine mascot of
the Cleveland clnb, U forever
barred at National Park by the
orders of Manager Grltnth.
The doc a brindle and white
spotted bull terrier, attacked a
boy after the same yesterday,
and not only bit him aeveral
times, bat tore his clothes before
the Cleveland players could coma
to the rescue.
"Larry" belongs to Lajoie, the
Kapa' famous second baseman,
and performs a number of tricks.
He was carried East with the
Cleveland clnb on the trip Just
finished. A suit for. damages la
all probability will be Instituted
by the young; man who vraa at
Red Sox Trim Detroit in 5 to
4 Game and Advance in
TIGERS RALLY IN NINTH
Force O'Brien from the Mound, bnt
Bedient Comes to the
Boston, June 19, The Tigers made a big
bid for the last game of the series In the
ninth inning today, but lost out, S t
and the Sox went into fourth place.
O Iirlen got wabbly In the final session,
passing the first man up, and when
Dubuc doubled. Stahl canned him ana
sent Bedient to the box. Bedient gave
Bush a pass, but the side was then re
tired without damage.
Detroit AB H O A T.
Bnib ss. 3 13 3 0
ittb 4 12 10
CrawfonUf.. S 2 I 0 0
Yerkrsb...... 2 0 13 0
hpesaercf.. 3 2 4 0 0
Lewis.ll. - 3 2 S 1 0
liardneOb-.. 3. 1 1 1 0
JanTrfn.u.. 3 0 4 10
Carrifan c... 4 14 2 0
O Rnen.p..... 2 10 10
llondeau.e 2 0
nnbac,p.... 4 114 0
Hlih. 0 0 0 0 0
LoadonT..."- 0 0 0 0 0
llan for Rondeau,
titan for Dubuc,
Totals .slrS 0
Detroit. I I I I I 1 I t M
Boston. .. 1 I I 1 1 I 1 I w
Runs-Bush. Cobb (21, llitfa. Hooper. Lewis,
Gardner, Engie, O'Bnen. Two-bass bits Gardner,
O'Brien, Lewis. Gainer, Engte. Crawford, Veach,
Dnbnc Three-base hits-Cobb O. Eerie. Lewis.
Stolen bases Speaker. Ende. Janrrin. Bases on
balls-OS Dubuc S; off O Brlen, 4. off Bedient. 1
Struck oct Br Dubuc 1; br O'Brien. 3. Bacridce
hits Yerkes, O'Bnen, Hooper. Lewis. Doable plui
Lewis to Eerie to Yerkes to Carricin, Vltt to
Bosh to Gainer: Dubuo to Bash to Gainer; Dubuc
to Gainer to Moriartr. Hita-Off O'Brien. 10 In
8 inninrs (nose out In ninth). Umpires Messrs.
Erans and Ecan. Tixa of came 1 hour and 04
Morgan Is Lauded
By, Larry Lajoie
by Veteran New Yorks Here Today.
. . By WILLIAM PEUT.
"He is the most improved ball
time, and in a couple of seasons I
baseman of the country." Thus
Kay Morgan, unit s watch cnarm
Lajoie, a past master in the art
should know whereof he speaks when he ventures his opinion as to the
merits of a second baseman, and this praise from such a source means
What Larry says about Morean
improved ball player over his 1912
form, and is getting better with
even' game, not only in .fielding,
but in his hitting.
A glance over the box scores of recent
games re.eals the fact that Morgan has
been about the only consistent timely
hitter among the Grirfmen. and his field
ing since his recent injury has been
Lajoie continued. "Morgan's fielding
has improved 3 per cent over last ear,
and at the bat I believe he Is one of the
most dangerous hitters in the league,
lie never offers at bad balls, knows just
what to hit, and makes his hits count.
Ills speed on the bases Is also a valuable
asset. He is the best-looking kid who
has broken Into the American League
as a second baseman In recent years."
This bouquet tossed by Larry at Ray
Morgan would ordinarily cause a young
ster to go out and purchase a larger
sized hat, but Morgan Is not likely to be
affected. Instead, his playing will. If any
thing, be more brilliant than ever.
The compliment came from Lajoie un
sought and the foregoing statement was
made during a fanning bee at the Hotel
Uellevue esterday morning.
Opposed to the Nationals today will
be the New York Highlanders, the team
which opened the 1312 season here In
A double-header is scheduled for this
afternoon, first game at I o'clock, and.
as there are two games held over from.
the opening series here in April. It will
be necessary for Griff to order another
dual sketch before the Tankees leave
the Capital, and Monday will likely see
the second double bill.
According to reports from the Western
clubs who hae tacked the rejuvenated
Yanks since Washington played Chance's
gang last April, the Highlanders will not
prove easy picking, and Capital fans
who expect to see the Nationals run
an ay with the series are likely to be
The acquisition of Borton and Zelder
from Chicago and Peckinpaugh from
Cleveland has made a big difference In
the general play of the tall-end Tanks.
and as Chance's pitchers seem to hae
hit their stride at last, the Climbers mil
be forced to put forth their best ef
forts If a majority of the next six games
are to be won.
Bob Groom and either Gallia or Engel
will be called upon to do the pitching
honors this afternoon for the Nationals.
while it Is not known just who Manager
Chance will order to the mound.
A peculiar play was made on Mc
Bride when he scored from third
Boehling's "Cincinnati base hit" in the
second Inning of yesterday's game. The
throw to the plate from Larry was wide,
but Land caught the ball near the base
path and made a stab at the Washington
captain as Mae sprinted past. George
ducked out of the ay cleverly and
escaped being tagged by Inches only.
The Cleveland players sent up
mighty howL claiming that McBride
should have been declared out for step
ping outside the base paths, but Urn
plre DIneen could not see It that nay,
and the majority of the spectators agreed
with the ump.
With the exception of Eddie Foster,
who Is still a trifle shaky on his pins,
the entire Washington club Is playing
good baseball, and If the other young
pitchers show the class that Did Boehling
yesterday It Is not unreasonable to as
sume that the Climbers win, before long.
be right up on the heels of the Athletics,
for which opportunlUes galore will be
offered next week as the Mackmen come
here for six games, two of which will
Wnshlncton, 0; Cleveland, 3.
Philadelphia, S Chlearo, 0.
Nerr York, 10 1 St. Lonls, 4.
Boston, Si Detroit, 4.
Xevr York nt Washington.
Boston at Philadelphia.
BTAKDIKO OF THE CLDBS.
Won. Lost. Pet. Win. Lose.
Philadelphia............... 42 U .TM J6J ,0
Osreland 37 n .OS Mi 3
WASHINGTON.......... S J a ja
Boston 3 I .427 J JU
Chlearo........... a 3 a ja ill
Detroit. a r Jn . js
Bt. Louis 8 fl JO JS J
New York. U 3J J91 73
STANDING OF CLUBS JUKE 1. U12.
Boston.. .. 31 -5
ttaiblntton.. 31 23 JM
Chicajo.... 31 24 JM
Philadelphia. 30 22 J
St. Louis 11 31 .2
Plttaburr, Sj Boston, .
Philadelphia, Si Chicago, 1.
New York, 8; Cincinnati, T.
Brooklyn, H St. Lonls, 3.
New York at Cincinnati.
Chicaro at St. Lonls.
BTANDBCG OP THE CLDBS.
Won. Lost- Pet Win. Loss.
PhllanelpaU.... - S ." .517
New York. . M
Brookim.............. a a -m J m
Chlearo................... M M .M JSS -53J
Boston... a ss .45
Plusbnr .J Jl .
34 .404 .414 JOT
a sji ju .33
STANDING OP CLUBS JUNE 1, mi
W. L. Pc I- ... W. L. Pc.
New York.... 11 .780 1 PhllaUalpuls si IS .444
ClndnnsU... 30 a .M5 I Boston...
Th Boston Braves have purchased
Rens'rhnvhim. a pitcher, from the To-
peka club of the Western League,
Touted as Coming Wonder
player I have seen in one year's
believe will be the leadiner second
spoke Larry Lajoie, of the Naps, of
of holding down the keystone sack,,
is true the youngster is a greatly
Increase String of Victories
by Defeating Cincinnati
in 8 to 7 Game.
REDS 0UTHIT NEW YORK
Hammer Bail Hard After Fourth In
ning and Accumulate Twelve
Cincinnati, June 19. The Giants made It
four straight oer the Reds and eight
victories in succession by taking the last
game from the talNenders by a score of
S to 7. The Reds outhlt the Champions
and fought hard for this one, but the
best they could do was to make It dose.
They batted hard after the fourth in
ning and plied up 1 hits altogether. Ben
ton prevented the Giants from -scoring
except in tne second inning. He retired
in the seventh when Tinker sent Hobby
in as a pinch hitter. The score:
Cinrin'l AB n O A E
IVTorr.rf . 4 0 3 0 1
nescher,lf.. S 2 0 1 0
Kiln If... 4 0 0 0 0
Miruns.lb... 4 217 0 0
Tinkers..... 4 2 S 7 0
DodfeJb ... 3 0 0 0 0
Almctdajb.. 1 1 0 0 0
:roh.2t 2 2 0 3 0
Kline. 1 I 0 0 0
llershamr." 0 0 0 10
Clsrke.c. 3 0 2 10
Benloo p..... 2 10 2 0
Hobbr.t 110 0 0
Ooa$ v 10 0 10
Totals .5 12 2? ill
Xew York AB II O A B
ItUTM.rf 4 12 0 0
Klulerjb..... 4 2 3 10
Ketcberjs 4 12 2 1
Dorleb. 4 0 3 2 0
Uerklclb 3 1 I I 0
MUmrM..... 3 0 5 0
Moers.c 3 12 2 0
8ooitrvjct 4 1 2 0 0
Mslhewion.p. 4 1 0 S 0
Totals Jj"i:r u "?
'Batted for liroh in the eifhth.
JBatted for Benton in the se-euth.
ClndnnsU 00002011 0-r
.-vew York.- 040000040-t
nuns-Bescber, Bates. Marians, Almeida. Cron
(2), Benton, Burns. Doyle. Mrrkle (2). llumr. Mei
ers, Snodfrsss. Mathewaoo. Two-baao hits Tinker.
Almeida. Thrra-bssa hits Tinker. SootUrsss. Lett
00 lasrs-Cincinnatl. 4; New York, 1. Double plajs
Fletcher to Dojte to Merkle; Shafer to Dojls to
Mrrkle. Sacrifice hlt-Derore. Stolen bases-Do-le.
Mqrrs. Struck out Bx Benton. I; br Stun, I; br
Mathewson. 1. tint base en balls-US Bentoa, I;
off hurss. I. off ilitbewsOT. 2, Hit br rJteher-Br
Benton. L Hits nude OS Benton. 4; OS Subs, 4.
U-erares Messrs. Brrnnan and Eaaon. Tims of
rame 1 hour and 41 minutest.
DODGERS HAMMER HURLERS.
l'onnil Cnnilnnla' Slabmen, Wlnnlnjr
Une-sldcd Game-, 11 to S.
St. Louis, June 15. Brooklyn defeated
the Cardinals here today, 11 to 5, sewing
up the gams in the first two lnnlncs.
when eight runs were made. Both Mar
bet, who started for the locals, and Har
mon, who went to his rescue, were hit
hard. Wagner for the isltors was re
moved In the fourth when St. Louis de-
eloped a mild batting rally. Curtis
lieied him, but blew up in the ninth.
St. Irala An It O A r
Brooklyn AltnO A K
Matjee.lf..... S Z i 0
aioran.n...... 3 2 2
CatsluvA... 4 3 S 4 0
StenfeLrf..... S 1 3 0
UheaUf...... 5 I.I 0 0
Smlthjb...... 4 1 L 2 0
iher.ss...... s 2 0 3 0
Mil)er,r..... 2 12 0 0
10TerJt.. 4 13 10
Koner.lb 4 3 a a a
Wbltted.a... 3 0 12 1
e-TanaT a ; z 1 0
Wingo.c...... !!! 1
l!oberta.e.... 0 0 110
Urtt,p..... 0 0 0 0 0
lisnnoa.p... 4 10 3 0
melrs.e..... 2 13 0 1
Wscnerj)..... 2 2 10 0
Limis.n. . 2 0 0 10
ilnjlinj...... 110 0 0
Totals Jt II r II
Batted for Miller to toe sixth.
BrooMn 17 0 12 0 0 0 0-11
St. Louis 002210000 k
Bods Mart. Kooer. Etscs. llaoser. Hanaou.
Uoran (3). Cstabaw (2), Stenjel, Dasbert, Fiaber.
Miller. Waner. Curtis. Tiro-bass hit-llrtlte.
Three-base hlu Wiojo. Cntahssr. Sacrifice hit
smltn. saennee nj Kooer. Stolen bssea Cnt-
ahasr, Danbert. Kcner. Mosrrer. Double riajs
Fisber to Cutabaw to Danbert: Hanser tn Knn.rr
Cutshaw to Danbert. liases on balls OS Marbet.
1; off Curtis. 5: off Wagner. 1: off nanron. 1.
Struck out Br Hsnnon. 2; br Curtis, X Hits OQ
Marbet, s ia 1 1-3 lnnlssa; off waner, 8 ia 3 innisss
(none out la fourth!. Left on bsjes St. Louis. 11;
Brooklm, & Tins of came 1 hour and SO minutes.
Umpires Messrs. Bicler and Bpun.
BOSTON'S EEE0ES COSTLY.
JInke Sllicnea In Eighth Innlnc.
Pirates "Winning;, B to 4.
Pittsburg. June 19. Boston presented
th Pirates with the final same of the
series today. A hasp on balls, followed
by two errors In the eighth Inning, save
the locals two runs and a lead which
the visitors were unable to overcome. The
score was a tie with two men on and two
out, when Mann muffed Wilson's high
fly. The Chief perished on third. The
Braves made a valiant effort to retrieve
In the ninth, but noblnson was lifted In
time, after he had hit one batter and
the next two singled. Score:
Brrae.Jb...... 4 112
Csrer cf...... 4 0 3 0 0
1 10X3D....... a v i o
Wimerjs... 4 1 0 3 0
MlllerJb 3 211 2 0
SveenerA... 4 0 2 0 0
Tttuajf. 4 110 0
McDonald,3b. 2 113 0
Derrlnr.. 0 0 0 0 0
Collins;.... 0 0 0 0 0
Mann.cf..... 3 3 2 0 1
lUriden.c.... 3 2 4 0 1
Hess.pt......... 3 0 10 0
Sermouri..... 10 0 0 0
Totals.. .....5 "5 5 1 1
Vt!too.rf..... J 1 5 0
Colcmen.e.... 3 12 0 0
Adsms.n,.... 2 0 110
Robtssoap... 0 0 0.0 0
Butler....... 1 1 0 0 0
Camdt,p.... 0 0 0 0 0
Totals..... Jl 8 2TU 0
Plttsbunc. .............. IHlllltM
Boston.......... ....... ...... II1IM11H
Bsttsd for BoMnson la the sc-tenth.
(Batted for McDonald in, tie ninth.
IBatttd for DeTlls In the ninth.
Batted for Hess In the ninth.
Bans Viol. Winer. Miller (2). Wilson. Titus.
Collins. Mann (2). Three-bast hlta-Connollr. Bart
den. Two-base bits-Mann, Miller, Brrna, Bases
balls-Off Hess. 1. Struct out-Br Hess. 4r b
Adims. 1. Hits msde-Off Adams. T in T lnninss:
off Bobhuon. 2 in 11-3 innings; off Camnltz, tn
2-3 Innlnc Stolen bsaes Msnnrille, Warner. Sac
rifles blts-Bariden. Mann. McDonald, Miller, Wil
ton, rust ess on errors tituoars;. ixn on
bases-Pittiburz. 5; Boston, a. Hit br pitcher-Br
Bobinson, 1, Time of fame 1 hour and 43 ninnies,
Pnntm Miuis, O'Day and Emilia,
TO PLAYHKAL GAME.
Harvard nnrl. Yale to Battle on
Cambridge, Mass., June 13. Arrange
ments wefe made today for the playing
of the final game between the Harvard
and Yale baseball teams at Ebbetts
Kleld, In Brooklyn. N. Y., on Saturday.
The Crimson team triumphed over the
Tale outfit In the fourteenth Inning yes
terday by the score of 4 to 3, after a
thrilling battle, which was staged In the
presence of SO.000 Harvard rooters. Earn
Felton, the red-headed Harvard twlrler
and football star, allowed only seven hits
and struck, out fourteen Bulldogs In th
fourteen Innings. y
Cardinals Meet Interior. i
The Interior team, of the Depart
mental League, will Journey over to
Alexandria Saturday to cross bats with
the strong Cardinal A. C of that city.
Manager Kays,' of the Interiorltes. will
use Gray and Pollock as his battery,
while the Cardinals will stake tbeif
chances of victory on Burgandlne or
Cox and Jones, and from all Indica
tions this game should prove Interest
ing from the start. Sunday the Car
dinals will play the National A. C. on
Jones Point, at 2:30 o'clock.
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