Search America's historic newspaper pages from 1836-1922 or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the
National Endowment for the Humanities and the Library of Congress. external link Learn more
Image provided by: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library, Urbana, IL
Newspaper Page Text
strength. Mattick was benched,
Shano Collins went to the outfield
and Fdurnier held down first.
New combination yielded one
more hit than the first game.
The Hal Chase trade talk is
cropping out again. Rumor is
that Chase will be traded to
White Sox for Rollie Zeider, a
pitcher and a piece of change.
Chase has. had a bad year, and
wants to get away from New
Chase is given credit for being
the best in the game, but Jake
Daubert or Hoblitzel would look
a lot better tous. Hal is a sulky
ball player, often out of the game
through accidents, and many
fans remember how he quit New'
York a few seasons ago in the
heat of the campaign tojjo to his
farm in California. Hal has too
blamed much temperament.
Pittsburg, found Brooklyn pret
ty soft, and rolled up 15 hits on
Barger, Knetzer and Allen.
ifendrix, Pirate pitcher, is one
of the real slugging pitchers. He
clubbed a homer yesterday.
Jack Miller, Pirate first base
man, shot three hits, one a double.
Carey, Wilson and Simon each
Brooklyn got but six hits, one
jeing a homer by Tooley.
Philadelphia took another fall
out of Cincinnati, Alexander fan
ning ten of the Reds.
Paskert,and Lobert, who figur
ed in the big Philly-Red trade,
each bagged three hits. Dooin
got the best of the swop.
Mike Mitchell led the Redmen
at the bat with a trio of singles.
Boston Red Sox won two
games from Detroit, and kept the
same lead for first place.
Detroit accumulated but nine
hits in the two contests, lasting 20
Boston bunched hits in the
sixth of the first game on Lake,
and chased in four runs,
Collins was invincible until the
ninth, when the Tigers got their
only marker. s
- Wood and Willett fought a bat
tle in the second, Boston winning
in the eleventh when Speaker's
single got through Delehanty for
three bases after two were out,
and Lewis followed with a single.
Washington made it four out of
five from the Naps in a tight
game of light hitting.
Vaughn mastered the Naps all
the way. The ex-Highlander has
pitched some sterling ball for
McBnde and Shanks of Wash
ington were the stars. The short
stop pulled off 10 swell fielding
plays, and Shanks showered three
The Nationals are becoming
speedy base runners. Clyde Milan
pilfered again, and so did Ga.ndil.
The only time either New York
or St. Louis is sure to be a win
ner is wheri they lay each other.
Jack Warhop pitched for New
York, He is the only pitcher Wol
verton has that is pitching big
league ball' this year.
Roy xHartzell contributed to
the Yankee victory with a double
A British writer complains that
the English Olympic team did