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THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. JUNE 22, 1902.
KiC Ph nil Cardinals
IJCI O CUd 11 Browns
Road Race ?Sp.ri!!rK"'iva'ot International Polo
Are Beaten Twice at Pittsburg
English "Win Final Game
From the Americans.
Browns Defeat the Athletics.
T -- "" --
vlsfAy fee-. w jt.
fi. . UTiC'iR:ni .c V -. - r-
"- V-JC" '.Z
Bound to Go
at Tlese Prices,
Monday kp start our big Clearance
Stle. The tnil.s siymwl to be lfke thJ
ut and act on the enntrarv this se.i-
11. Couidn t not the uood-.. The
mills didn't nil our orders on time;
had to Ret goods from other souices.
and now ihe have dumped case
after case of woolens upon us right
at the la-z of ?at-on an i tliy have
cot TO TIE MOVED bif-io ne take
work. They will If lo. prices Intcr
50 i0 Jour oidcr. cZZiOU
mii ui s c.it ti. 09c nn
W"-1 to sour order. OaiJiUU
S33ana$40foutOur order. S30.00
If s Teasers Time
and we'll s-ive you $1 to $1 on an ex
tra pair of trousr- n ith a thousand
pattern- to ih rose from
Don't fail to take advantage of this
sale. Thee wonl. n- are up to d .te
and they'll be all right for next sea
son Simi Ij they ifflf In late. we
accepted them at a discount and wc
are gome to "ie y )U the advantage
and move th--m b fore inventory.
Keep In mind everv gaimcnt Is ca-e-fully
fitted befir- fin sh'n;j, the tr m
mli.;s are of the be-t and the woiU
of a high sradJ. our reputation of
OJ years for fair dealing Is back of.
Gentlemen, don't fall to be on hand
early Monday and get a choice stle.
715-717 OLIVE STREET.
Let Is wc Yon
$1 to $20.
Bv ordering your Full Dress or
Tuexdo Suit now We h' w -sin im
mense line of these superb and cor
rect fabrics. We h-ive the luxurious
silk linings and trimmings to es
sential In ful' dress Come and let
us save you a $10 or $20.
ENGLAND WILL KEEP
Wins Third Game of the Interna
tional Series From the
Hurlingham, England. June 21. England
trill keep the Iniernatlonal polo champion
ship for awhile longer.
The British teim defeated the Americans
here to-day In the third game of the series
by a score of 7 to I. The Americans won
the first game of the series.
The second period of the game to-day end
ed with a score of 4 to 1 in favor of Eng
land At half-time the score was 5 to 1 In favor
of the English.
Early In the fourth period the score was
C to 1 In favor of England.
ruLAiAJrs nvrcNbivn WAitDiionn.
rittiiborc Clnli Oinielnl .Sets the l'nxii
Inn fur the Plujers.
Harry Pulllam Is baseball's Barry Wall.
Ills wardrobe Is so extensive that his ex
penses for excessive baggage every yeur
amount tu hundreds of dohais lie rarely
uses less than ten trunks, and wnun he
came to the baseball meeting last Oeci mbiT
his ou:flt Included twelve trunks and nu
merous hat boxo Us Beis the style 'or the
baseball pinvcis throughout the ountry,
which trobablj urcoums 'or the fact that
the average green-diamond expert 13 S3
well dressed. It Is at the annual conference
of the National League magnates a here
Mr. Pulllam shines moi-t brll.lantly He had
at the Inst conference at the Fifth AV-mte
Hotel a change of apparel lor every hour In
the day. It was the second day of the. meet
ing last year when H.i-ry Pulllam appeared
In the hotel corridor with something entire
ly now In the way of headgear. He mean
dered Into the cafe, and there beheld tbo
son of a well-known General. Tin young
man wore a felt hat with a brim broader
than anything evor seen oft the plains. The
secretary of the Pittsburg club wus not to
be outdone. Barney Dreyfuss, president of
the champions, remarked to Pulllam tint
for once, at least, he was beaten In the way
of hats. "Just wait a minute." sail Harry
Pulllam. "I will mako that fellow run sec
ond In a few minutes." He disappeared
and while the crowd In the cafe were gaz
ing on and talking about the hat which had
caused PuIliam to disappear, the latter
Walked upon the Ecene topped olt vllh a
gray fell hat with brim broader by at
least three Inches than the other. The Gen
oral's son spied Pulllam through the aid of
a mirror. He looked at Pulllam. rubbed his
eyes and then grabbed the Southerner's
hand. "Soy. old man." said ho. "I thought
I had the biggest hat in town " "Vnt hv -.
Jugful. I have a few more In my room,"
retorted Pulllam. as he gnve vent to his
Inimitable laugh. Harry Pulllam was a
member of the Kentucky Leslslatu-e two
years ago. and ued to keep h s tal'ors busy
for four weeks before the session opened.
iCAisnn ciii;s vaciitiso prize.
Winner nxpecta to Challenire Cm
peror' New Anirricaa Unlit lloat.
London. June 21.OnIy three yachts
started at noon In the Dover-to-Hellgi.l.,iii
race for Emperor William's Cup. Cecil
Quentln's new schooner yacht. Ciceli, de
signed by William Fife and expressly built
to challenro Emperor William's Amerlcan
bulll schooner jatch. Meteor, was first
across the line, followed by the Leander
and Vol Su Vent. A good breeze was blow
ing. Emperor William pernonally presented
the trophy to the winner. It was designed
CURES WEAK MEN FREE.
Immures Uieiind k llniio, u, me lor All
How any uiu-. utay uun.i-.iy cure hf.useil '
after years, of suffering from sexual weak
ness, lost Vitality, night losses, varicocele, '
etc, and enlarge small, weak organs to
full lze and vigor. SJmpty send youi name
and addrtss to Dr Kuapp Medical Co,
745 Hull budding. Detiolt, Mich., and they
will gladly send the free receipt with full .
directions so any man may easily cure him
self at home. This Is certainly a most
generous offer, and the following extracts,
taken from their dally mall, show what men
think cf their generosity.
"Dear Sirs Please accept my sincere
thanks for yours of recent date. I have
given your treatment a thorough test and
the benefit has been extraordinary. It has
completely braeed me up. I am Just as vig
orous as when a boy. and you cannot re
alise how happy I am. '
"Dear Sirs Your method worked beauti
fully. Results were exactly what I needed.
Strength and vigor have completely re
turned and enlargement Is entirely satis
factory." "Dear Sirs Tours was received, and I
had no trouble In making use of the re
ceipt as directed, and can truthfully say It
Is a boon to weak men. I am greatly Im
proved In size, strength and vigor."
AH correspondence Is strictly confiden
tial, mailed In plain, seakd envelope. The
receipt Is frcs for the asfclrtg and they want
every man to have It.
HI3 RITURN 10 GAME.
St". Louis Shortstop Touches Wiltse
for a Single, Two Doubles
niid a Triple.
BROWNS WIN IN ONE INNING.
Take" Peeoml Gamo F.-nni P.iil.itlrl-
)!ii:t Atliletii-s Neither
Team Scores After
STA.M!G OP THE CI.l'IIS.
Amertcan L ague. i National Leiirue
fit,. X" I. iv., f'h i. net.
Cllleaj SI IS .52 I'tttsburs ....37 11 .771
llo-ln :i . 35 ltrio!.l n ... : M .:-"5
Philadelphia ..."i i2 ,r52i culcicj ;.t :i :.u
Ht Uiuii.... .14 3 .Ml! IfcKlon :i -: 11
Dctioit : :3 .4'0 X-r. or!: . ; '.7 l-S
Washlnjitoa .21 : .45J Ph.Iid lnh'a ."0 .421
Uahimor ....Zl -"S .410. S-t !.... J" 2 .4
Oleicland ...:i S3 .35 Cincinnati ...S) SO -tup
I , i ix- -ii
Pltt'burs 4-11. St 1,3-1.
OilclC 11 'lne n all 3.
! IVMn-P 111 ra n
1 Nesv Vork-IJrool;. I tain
St Iuis 5. riiUa. t.
Wa!-t:In,trn U. ("leve. 0.
Chlt-iso S. Ilaltimure 2.
IJoiti-n 4. Dftrolt 1.
Phllidpln'j at ?t Iiuis
Wash'ton at Cleveiatnl.
Ila timoie at Chicago
ltotn at rvtro t
St IjotiIs at Cincinnati.
Pittsburg at Chieaso-
Shcrtstop Bobby Wallace of the Browns
returned to the game yesterday after an ab
sence of a week. That was a cause for re
mark. What Wa'laco rt.d to Mr. Wlltse.
pitcher of the Philadelphia Athletics, wai
cause for Jollification in the abode of the
Wallace was rhockful of surplus energy
and thereby hangs the tale of the defeat
of the Athletics. Of course he didn't mean
to be rude to Mr. Whltse. but a week of
idleners gave him a mighty yearning to
swing the si cl: once more and the palatable
delicacies which Connie Mick's twlrler
dished up were really too tempting to bo
Four times did Wallace make connec
tions with Mr. Wlltse's curves. That hi
didn't make it live was due to the fact that
he was only up four t riies. A single, two
doubles and a tr'ple was Wallace's output
of swat for the day. He was very much
disappointed that he didn't get a homerun
in place of one of his doubles, for that
would have given him a bob-tailed royal
Hush of hlis
Manager McAleer announces that he is
CATCHER JOE SUGDEN
Of the Browns, upon whom the bulk of tho
work in the rcce.'ving department will de
volve, now that Maloney Is laid up with a
split hand. S -Eden's work, both in field
ing and batting, has been very good of
satisfied, though four home runs might
have looked better to him. The score was
5 to L
There were two bosses of the contest.
Tommy Connolly and Sheridan appearing
for the first exhibition of the double-umpire
system at the Grand avenue paik this year.
Frank Donahue deserved a shut-out. for the
run that was hung up to tho Athletics was
wrapped In pink tissue paper and handed
to Monte Cross on a silver platter by his
royal highness. Mr. Sheridan.
A Questionable Decision.
It was in the second Inning that Monte
and his mustache arrived at the plate to
gether and registered the bogus run that
saved tho Athle les from disgrace. Burkett
had Just robbed Bonner of a hit by a beau
tiful running catch of a hard-hit l.ner for
the second out. Cross faced his old team
mate. Frank Donahue, and by way cf
greeting threw his bat at Frank. The wil
low encountered tho ball, for Monte was
tnhiff to bunt, but Donahue had to dodga
? n and l0at a chance t0 nld Monto
?'!?.e Powfs hit tho ball a stinging rap
and it was down and over third ere McCor-
22 i ouW bllllk an eJC- Ttle ta" and an
gular Monte proceeded to mow a swath in
the atmosphere whl.e Burkett was fleld.r.j
irr,?i?H't, fsi.he roun(.fd 'mo the home
stretch the ball came sailing in and arrived
several feet ahead of Monte. Donahue
Planted himself In front of Sugdtn auout
two yards thlrdbaseward from home, got
the ball on the bound and smeared it on
Cross, though the latter attempted to make
a detour to avoid him. Thn i- ck.,i.-
provoked a (low of words by announcing
that he had granted a reprieve and would
ui.uw -uuiue iu uve. jt course, there was
an argument, but Donahue m'ght have
saved himself the trouble if he could have
known how the third Inning would turn
Wallace and his hltstvere very much in
evidence In the St. Louis run-getting. His
second-Inn ng soak cleared Fuitz and Scy
bold and sailed out to the bulletin board
Bobby touching three bases before he
stopped. He easily scored on McCorraick's
long fly to Fuhz. That brought the teams
on equal footing, but the score became lop
sided shortly alternards.
Wallace Driven in Two Rons.
The third inning wltncsstd the brief as
cens on of Mr. Wlltse. for. although he
took a parachute leap and landed on earth
with both feet after the drubbing, the
team behind him couldn't overcome the
lead. The beginning was anything hi;,
promising. Sugdcn and Donahue were vic
tims of the Infield, but Burkett fished a
pass from Wlltse'a gift box. Hemphill
soaked to right and Burkett spe4 home
Hemphill's hit was a mighty smash and
he negotiated three bases therefrom. Heid
rlck reached out and turned the ball into
a liner over the head or Harry Davis, scor
ing his "slatshlps."
Just as the Browns helped Harper Thurs
day did the Athletics, or rather one of than,
helped WJtse to lose, Bonner's bobble
cost two runs. He fought, bit and kicked
Anderson's brisk 'xollcr. and what thould
have resulted in a killing double-play lcfl
Heldrlck and. Anderson safe on the sacks.
This gave Wallace another chance and he
made good by a swift drive squarely over
third base, on which Heldrlck and Ander
son scored. Monte ,Cros3 squeezed Mc
cormick's grounder for the last out;
Game Played In Quick Time.
The rest of tho game Included some one-two-three
stunts, and so briskly was It
played that the end camo In an hour and
a half after the start. Tho score boy bur
glarized the harness shop, and finding noth
ing but horse collars, he handed tbeso out
to both teams for the remaining Ave
rounds. In the fourth Sugden and Donahue
hit for a base apiece after Padden had
.T wmm paiuii iiiiiiii i.iUJU.llllH'H I II PTJ
fTiwr I'nin i ' " "' " I
I"- ' - " I- -, " ' - " ; ' ?- "
CENTRAL LBAGm COCKKD-IIAT TKA.M,
Wliicli won the cliampiorp-ti'p in the recent cocked-hat bowline; tourmiiin'ut. iu which loams from the different le.iKiiP
in the c-i'y comiirtnl. Itt:ulin from loft to rislit. the eliainnioi s arc: Top row 1 led Ooetz. Edtiie Meier ami Ityan.
liottoin row "Ili" Spark's, Atthur Mitchell, captain, and Ktldie Cratli.
.lla,l 1ilrlr.n ctrll.it nff .nnninl nn,1 met
his death, for he" attempted" to reach third hit-Urajll "",! f1;",' T, VtA'l'i,
r a throw from Powers to Bonner and , 0V Lundbl.V.ml'bv-p.m.!, i V. M ,. t.V-1 . Ill
..-i .ii,,ii wuv. ..tu.t,4.. vi,.ic nutiui , .rf..
as to wnemer ne was put out. iturxcu.
However, loon to the airship and tiempnin
expired on his tap to Davis. Wal'ace did
all he could. He doubled in the fifth, but
was the solitary occupant of the bases m
thU inning and died there.
In the eighth he led off with a single,
but was forced McCormick did the forcing,
hut lip became dead timber when Paddcn
grounded to DaK and ambidextrous Jno
Sweden hit a right-handed fly to "Socks"
The Athletics had a good chance In the
seventh, but two successive hit";, with one
out. did not result In a run Donahue is
sued passes, one each In the eighth and
ninth, but nside freni that but one batter.
"Trpoy" Hansel, got to base. Piiwcrs was
forced to retire with an unjointcd linger
in the ninth, and our old friend. Qce
ii . . , , , , , , A a ,
t3a--...t-a:ii...K -i. 1...-. niS piacv. uu l oenrt. c 1.
was easy money during his only time up.
AB. P II. O A. B.
Purkett. left field 3 1 1) 0 0
Herruhlll. rlclit field 1 1 1 i, 0 0
Heidr ck. ente-eld 4 I 1 1 11 4
Anteton. fiit base 4 1 0 11 0 0
Wallace, shortstop 1 1 1 1 1 0
McCormick, third base .. 1 0 o 1 2 0
Paddcn. second bnse . 0 1 1 2 0
SUKden. catcher 3 0 1 o 1 0
Donahue, pitcher i 1 1 G 0
Totals '2 5 30 27 11 0
AB. II. II. O A. V..
Hartsel, left field r. 0 3 3 0 0
l'ultz. center field 5 0 1 1 11 1)
1'ctls. first base 1 1 ' 1 11 1 0,
I. Cross, third ba 3 0 0 2 3 0 1
Sebo!d. risht field 1 0 0 1 0 0
Pi-nrer. .H-cnd bae...... 4 11 0 S 2 1 '
M. Cross, shortstop 1 1 I o 4 0 I
Powtri. catcher 02020
Schreck. catcher 1 .) o o 0 0
WIlte. pitcher 3 0 12 3 0
Totals 55 t ? 21 15 1
St 1-onls (1 ! i 1 0 0 1 0 ..3
Philadelphia 0 I f 0 0 0 0 0 O I
learned run St T.ot.!,. ? rAiifldAi-inl- 1 ta
base hits Wallace 2 l-nwerj 1 Three-bae h ts
Wnllacc 1. Ilemnlilll I.- Sa?nn e l.lts-Sns.Ien
1 Poed bills Suqden 1. l.is- on ball-i-Ort
1 llte 2. off Denahue 2. Struck out Bv Donahue
1. Left on ba-.es St Ioii -i it. i'hilalelnhla 3.
Time of pame One honr nl thlrty--lx ininules.
I mplree-.-herlJan an 1 Ci.no!iy.
FINAL TILT WITH ATHLETICS.
11 row in -will Glie AVay to Cardinal
for n Tew Day.
The Browns and Philadelphia Athletics
will clash In the final came of the serin
till- afternoon at :n .rtsm!inpi Pnpk- ivin.
r rg nt 3 15. It will be the !at same at t'.e
flrrind nvemiA f-m,nrTa t.nttl nnw. c;. ..,..
When thfl te.tm returns frm i-Iv.IaV.I eAi
the first conflicting date with the ' CaTdhia's
To-rrorrow Loth teams will be In the city.
but neither will play. The Browns depart
to-morrow night for Cleveland, and wh le
fn i1a,9i,nr? ntertn,lnlnl? Chlc.fio her.i
in a series beginning Tuesday, thev will'
meet the Spiders In a series ending Thurs-
day. Friday they will be at home again
but vvll not play Friday the Chicago Xi.
o-al Leaeuc t nm nn.ti nf h r.ii,t
League Park and Saturday the teams will
test their relative drawing powers, the
Cleveland team performing at the Grand
avenue park. Willie Sudhoft Is slated to
pitch to-day, but cither Harper or Powell
mnv h -.Vn ,, 11I. ...i. ';.."L-f,"".t"
I r , --.. .. ., .u. .tiiitntii. tne
twlrler released by the Boston Americans
to tho Athletic, will he on the .-lib for
Mack's men unles-t TlnnV 1 in .H Xi
the latter was taken sick yesterday' and
remained at his hotel nil riav "
Tho Cardinals nn dn.,1,. rf,
elnnatl. It s Boh Wicker's turn, but n.h. 1
has been getting his bumps often of It to
he may not go In. The Cardinals began
the trip with a Sunday game at Cincinnati
in wnicn wiener was roughly handled. It
Is likely that Wiley Dunham will be sent
in after his good finloh ci Yerkes's game
jestcrday. At any rate Donovan has tho
O "Nelll battery to rely on.
DETROIT 1, BOSTON 4.
Game Lnsto Fifteen Inninn. nuns Being-
jlnde In Only Three.
Detroit. Mich. June 2. With two veterans,
Cy Young and Winnie McCoy pitching. Bos-
McCoy pitching. Bos- '
ton and Detroit this afternoon played an !n':r refused to issue a certificate a-itnowl-ixci
"i? P"1' .star,tllnS P'ays were made d1lns' "'" C'o-'s had kept h s prom ses or
by both teams In almost every one of the 4la,dJ',ai'ec? thc b.st ba,l no was capable of.
fifteen Innings that were necessary before without the certificate Colonel Roger" te
Boston won the victory. Halr-rnlslnz fused to pay. and Cross began su'.t. securing
scratches are made by Freeman and "rwee on the Philadelphia mamuemant
Holmes and the inside work of both teams wnen the team played here thc following
was high-class. A pasted ball in the sec- 1 ie3lr , .
ond let Casey in with Detroit's only run Tne 8UltJ -?s been "O court now for four
and Young scored Boston's first run on I ",'ear.s- and has run the gamut of all the
Holmes's fumble of Dougherty's single In , J,0""8 ',roP J"iitlt:et.or tbe "": to the
the third. 1 Court of Appeals. It was tried before a
Then for twelve Innings neither team i"!,? ,nree .'i.me3' ..onCP 'n the Court of
could put a man across the plate. It was .-PP,?-'B' i?n? tnre0 'J"-";", bef a Jury in
almost dark when Dougherty came to the ! e L,rc"''" Coun' ca?,n ?.ldc altcrratcly ivin
bat In the fifteenth and singled. base on ?ln,." nd "J3""1' .um",he ,thlrt' trla' "-''
halls and two more singles followed and ?,JurJri,la,TvMPJ",' ..7h"n, tav0 nna " wn
three nms were scored. DetrotgSt ?wo 2?h S?,c ""hhadelphia Club then quit H s
men on bases In the fifteenth out could na? 52SS 1,ilLprobali1i'.'r.0 down ln ba"eba" hls
score. Attendance. 5.000. Sce- ' 1 .'"I"' as ,h.e most b'e--lV contested n;ht b-
Barrett. tl.lIS I 1
Holmes. rf..7 17 0 1
Elberrd. ..2 1 1 B0
McAllister .10 0 0 0
All II O A.E.
pouirh'ty. lf.5 12 10
Collins 3b.. .4 2 6 9 1
Stahl. cf....7 2 3 10
.5 0 12 li Paient. "...'7 0
rreeman. rt.7 2 3 0 0
Dillon, lb C I 21
Lacha'ce. lb.5 0 13 1 l
(Tasey. 3b....4 8 12 0
Hurley. K...S 0 2 0 0
Gleas. n. Ib.6 14 7 1
McGulre. c.6 2 2 2 0
Mercer. p....6 2 6 0 0
Totals ..52 13 15 EE 4
Farrls. :b...7 o 11 2 o
Crlcer. e r - n n
Detroit ...0 1000000000000 0-1
-xja-ncu 4ui" .oiucrieiu in ninin. I
1HWUW ...W VAVUIVUVUVVIIU 34
Too-base hits-Osey 1. Dillon 1. Three-bae W?rk 5as a'rtad"' been taken up In prep- Paryen; judges. T H. Hausen. R. J. School
hits Otter i SacriaJe hit:iu i n.ri i aratlon for the shoot, and scores m.iH. IU er L. a Jones; timers. H. G. Wolzendorf.
stolen baes Barrett I. Holmes 1. Casey l. liar-
. . ,P0..s-..my ", .Bates on balls-By Mercer
5iooniUnie4ft SlrS,xV-SS!J &
Struck out-By Mercer 2. by Yiunr rbouhia
plajs McGulre and D Ion i: Gleasbn and 1)11-
Ion 1. Passed balls Crlger I.' Time-Three hours
and twenty-five minutes. Umpiris--JoUnstor.e.
CLEVELAND I), WASHINGTON 14.
I At the tame meeting J. Slrumpf Doctor
Moore Knocked Ont In Sixth, by Via- ' E- H. Kessler. Willis M. Longsworth T E
Itors, Who Win EaIly. I geek of Newark. N. J.; E. B. Waterworth.
Cleveland, June 21.-Clcveland played yel- tfn Ji-itSahl:,,ll!lTry.J- ScuI-i-
u-n n,4.. --.j rsr-jr-"" 1cu - Jin were elected members. linnv nf hD
ly ." taocVlng Moore ou" ofThe hoi In' the ! KJ1 P0",06 b'atax& ,Ve ?,tlSe t dvil
s,xth Attendance. UXl & the fe 3' MWh&leSS'SS
Hyan. 1: ... 5 3 o o o
S"!'ni""'--2 o 2 l!
KeiHe? "b" ' i 7 i V
&urh'".i.-.rS " i I J '
PIck'ir. cf.. 4 i z. o 0
Bar, If 5 3 4 0 0
Flick, rf ... 4 o o o 1
l.ajcne. Zb.. 4 ,S 3 2 l
HI:k'n, lb 1 4 4 11 l l
Uradley. :b. 4 0 l 2 i
aoca'r. a.... 4 0 14 1
Demi-i, c ... B 2 5 2 2
Moor.' p. .21020
LunUb'm p 1 o o 1 o
Total .. .IS 13 27 14
Cariy.lb .. 5 2 11 I ?
Lfe. cr 4 110 1
Clarice .... 4iiio
Patten, p .. i 0 0 2 u
Totals ....40 14 Z7 S "J
Batted for Lundbloom In thc ninth.
Cleveland 0 Oil 1 rt 3 1 2 0
Washington 0 2 2 0 2 5 11 1-11
Two-base hits-Ryan 3. -Lee CSeaKw J. LJ31
1. Itlrkm.tn 2 Home rui
lll'kn-. i 1 fturiCte
i isv jjncith em i o t'ni M
t.t i : ' n ba-e
tleveland 7. Washington 1' sti'i k out U I'i.
7. bv Moore 2. o I.unu'ij!..'n 1 I'd el bilu
1'lark 1 Wild pitches Mwire 1. '.tnJnti. re i
Time of cimp-Tun hours and tHb'en minutes.
CHICAGO :s, HMrniORE
l.nch Team llsrni One Hun Other
Seore-t m Ilnllfi unil llrrurt.
Chicago, June SI. Chicago again defeated
Bal imore to-day. Each team earned a run
by bunching hltx. the other scores lesultlns
from bases on balls and errors. Attendance.
Strsig. Sb...i l 1 i o Kelley cf....i 1 o o o
J.'ne. cf.....3 0 0 0 0 Sell. ich. If. .3 0 n 0 it
..... a A M .. A ll'illi . -, . - .a
Vjirtn. ri...a U - l V lliiaiHS. -I1.1 U 1 i
alLtiann. lb..l 1 11 J l
Mertcs. If.. -.2 1110
. Isbell. lb 3 1 S 2 0
Ihfs'han c..3 1 : : 1
filbert3".,"'"" 0 ; ! 'I
Honeil." p.".3 1340
I I".ilv 2h 3 0 4 3 0
' ft--l- A A , A O
?-ulllvan. C...3 0 6 2 0
Piatt. D 2 I 2 2 2
Totals ....27 "6 27 15 1
Totals ...- 5 II 17
0 0 0 10 2 0 0 03
A u u 0 1 0 0 1 02
Left on liases Chica co 4. Pal! imore 5 Tea-
bae hits Mcrtes 1. btrans 1. sacrit.ee bit"
Gilbert 1. Sel aeh 1. Jones 1. Stnl.-'i btEC nvh
2. Oreen 1. Double plas l)av . Daly and lo'eM!
1. Struck nut Ily Hon ell 1. nies nn balls t)T
Piatt 3. off Hoell 3 UU lib hall Oy'T 1.
Time of came-One hour and forty-five m'.mtes.
Toledo 10, K.-tniiH City -1.
Toledo. O.. June 21. Toledn took adttntase of
Ioor pitching to ilay by W..lfe and O b-en and
mide slxt-en runs on eleen hits. Attendance.
n. 11. 1:.
Toledo 2 0 S 2 3 0 0 1 .. ! It i)
Kansas City 0 00IDO120 4 4 1
Uatteries Hardee and Gratflus; Wolfe an I
Imlliinnpolli 3 in. .Illnnenpoli-i 1; 10.
Indianapolis. InJ . June 21. In(llan.vpilis won
twice from the Mlnniarpoll, team to-.uy The
first na a pitcheis' light perf-.ct support rH
Ing Kellum n .Iclv.r. lanager Watkins tried
tliree p. tellers to hold the i-ecurd game and suc
ceeded b a margin of three. Kabbs's work uj.s
a feature of both games. Attendance. 2.5SI.
jt. 11 t..
SffiSSS.1 ;::::-:J ? 8 J 1 8 8 J - I S
xKitwr.es-M.iuin anu iiejuon; .Netvun ana.
R. II E.
iP.,?Iy: ? '.? ! 0..-1, 12 t
" WrtKaft-T llllicr" uhc and lie-Jon
CWbettpMKe d "cjJon'
I Loulmllle 7. St. Paul I.
' Louisville. June 21.-st. Paul was MiaMe to dj
anything uitn e.o.n-'. deliver, and but for an
error In th-.' first the home team would luvo
'ed a shut-cut. Attendance. 3,500. Scire:
Louisville 0 0 0 5 - 0 0 n nl- ".' Ei
f. v!l. !e : - !: J z 9 ? ? ? ' 1 3
lit. Paul 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-1 7
Batteries Coons nnl Spies; Ferguson and
Coliimhtiii 4. Milwaukee lo.
ColumbUi. O., June 21 Thomas wa hit har.:
..a.ua,..uu. .u-unj s panic, an.i alllvvaukee won
' Attendance 2.210. Socio:
?."iumb;js 2 002010014 7 1
Milwaukee J I 0 3 u 3 0 0 ..-1) 11 2
c Ba"tcs Thomas and Fox; Altrock and
! "" St-UHES ON COLONEL nOOERS.
Eu1 "' a -""""" That , Heen
... ,n I,C Coprln Five Venn.,
M', f ,ur"'eat,sC. ?f "f'faUon. Lave Cross,
I;?"',"?'" r the Philadelphia Athletics, now
P,a '"" ,?" .f",.0?,0"'..1," St' ,Lou s: hi,s at
l.sst rianlfTA.l frrim hi., ar,.!, -a a--1 . fi. ,? .L
.iiWi1 -Na.tl0hRl League cub for a bonus
of S300 for that seiison. Yesterday the She--iiT
paid over to William E. Klnncrk. his at
torney and assignee, under execution, the
full amount of the Judgment, interest and
costs, amounting to about K00.
In 1SS7, when George Stal.lngs was man
ager of the Quakers. Cross signed a con
tract which provided that If he walked tho
straight and narrow path and played good
ball he would receive a bonus of uo aside
T - - - - a... ..wa.. ...o aSa.(L al,.,lIIaaL I 111. ,--,.!
he iid" hm St';h .? "Z" iYM"'?.
I. I" V - a- ...aan..a..a. . a. 1 llie JjdiaiV
TO REPRESENT ST. LOUIS.
Local Revolver Sliotn Will Enter Na
tional Intcrclt3 rnrxrf rnnf..e
At the last meeting of the Unlcum Re-
volver Club Friday n!t,nt it was decided !
tt.. - . -t ,j l... :.". "aH ueciuea
I New lork, Chicago and San Francisco
have already entered teams, and members
of the club decided to enter (rnm t ilfir 1
. t. i..l ,u j " .
.im. r,.i. lKr a Uam t0 reP
resent St. Louis. ..... .
a tr'a- competition Frday evening were- i
P. Borden, 7J: Captain Creecy, 67; Sam Dor- i
manA:.j5 0"im' SS "a"7 -"rese, M; ,
3l """a. "V, "'i.fr"S'Jf!i -aP"'n Mc- I
VeT . T ' c-' c-. --t'-a-'Kiiiin ivi; Chares
?,'.uoi.lc& j 5. Sa.rs' TS: "- "'ontana. 3S;
Y: G- Todd. 73; R. Thompson. GS; O. R. Van
l 1 .a.ewi1i TO '-ret nln Ca1ai, a m
it v. " iS F -t" """""r me veteran
I shot. Is coaching the team.
. turned out wnicn win class with any In
Sedalla.. Mo:. June Ib-SedaHa defeated Fort
5SS I?",'? It22SJ2!JT
Schrant. Fort Scott-Bouldln aad Mooce.
Moweaqua. ni.. June 21.-; The' baseball score
here to-day fas: Moweaqua 7. Macon l.
La Belle. M0 .Jane 21. La Belle defeated Lewis
town to-day. Nine inmnpa were plaved In fiftv
nlne minutes. Score.. 1 to a Both teams put un a
ctlU flrht aad lost no .tuna' la the work.
Vf,,,n- C 7 n A - "'all ti ia.Ulll 9UUUU lC lOrHlCI 10 enter the --. '..'.a-.. """ - a ..... W.a. .UUlilC Ual
ounff. p... i ooo Intercity sqoot schtduled fir eeStember about one mlIe anU a uarter lonser. all
Totals ....63 11 27 1 ""tier Uie ausf ices of the United States He- lold- however so tho former record was
nnfir i Anonftj isfnai
ULUriUC LHROUH WUN
FOREST PAXK RAGE.
Captured the First-Place rrize in
the IJpvival of the Iload
lleorge Ivirson of St. lot'ls won first-place
i nri?. lt the revival of the Forest Park road
i ,i.. ,,. n,,t,ao..o nf tii nniin Atrtn'M
""-r "ml "" "i"1" "' " """ " -"-
club vesterday afternoon, starting with a
, ' ' , ,
1i...i.TIa . ..C fair. aai ntllac f, Tl 1 1 ttlfrtL GPf.
IHlll'tl.HlJ a..t l.,a lltu.uaw a..a. .....a. a..
........ ..a..! taatclala. ta,' n Ltfll miriaHl n-ar
EJ Connelly, alto of St. Louis. Christian
Orunnct of Chicago won the first time ptlze,
starting from scratch and covering the
course In 52 minutes 4i 2-5 seconds.
" I Good wcathtr and roads in fair condition
drew out a gcod-slzed crowd to wKness the
relval of the old event, and King's high
way had a large coterie of spectators, ex
tending from the Blair monument far down
tho course. Favorable conditions drew out
eery man of the tnlrty-seven entries with
one exception, tho veteran J. C. Wcldner
alone declining the issue.
Christian CIrunnct, the Chicago crack, and
Bob Orr of St. Louis, wl.h A. 1Z. Kcppel of
Kei'kul:. la., were the tnree contestants to
leave the tape last, Orr and Keppel havins
but one minute's margin over the Ch.ca-jo
rluer. The old touise was followed ihrougn
oat the race, except that the men contin
ued south beond Nigger Hill and turned
east on the Ciayton road, icl!ov.ing the
auve to King's highway.
Williams mid L.-.UI1-. I'ns Ilurke.
It was shortly after 2 o'clock when Miles
Burke, the limit mail, s.arteu on his luur-
i.-.v. leaviag the taj,e 11,110 minutes betore
tnu SLiutui nia.i. JiLiiaif H.ilian.s, Evans
ana Muiim- started next, witn maik of
s.vtn nunuLs anu tnniy seconds, and the
quartet cm .useu on Uurke as ne reached
ii.c 100. v 1 AifcLC-r lii.l ti.e hist tune n.und.
nunte ieo up tne accent and wis men
. Tjl'Tij unU ct lfhe
At iniel vals of thlrtv en n, .
I ing competitors wcie sent oil in iwo and
i threes until the men with low handicaps
' Uni.i -.a. la,., a .'. .a . . .- ... . . . -
a. a.. a. .(...i.cru. UlUllllaTl SpiinitO X10.ll lilC
st.itt, and by the time ..Nigger Hill was
rtacneti on tne tusi round hi uad tut do.vn
the inlnutt'a ieau of Aeptel and Orr to a
narrow ma: gin. the three remained
baanchid (or mar.y a lap, set. lag a fast paco
ai.ii grauually .vork.ng througu the ilae o
(Jrannet steadily Improved his portion in
the l.ne and finished in s ventcenth place,
with Orr immedintelv hfthlrit im Ariia,
1 Burke, the limit man. wis inst to finish, bat
ne ae."i at nis woiit ar.d strugg.ed in sev
nal minutes after Larson crossed the tape.
The winner roiie a steady race and fin
ished Just before Connelly. Falk and Loef
fcl. C. C. KcpdcI, Mark Stanley. W. P. Was
scn. Georce It. Walker nn.i etfa-ono tn,.
. all found the pace too hotfor them ar.d the
J ascent cf Nigger Hill tc6 hard a proposi
tion anu aro-pen out in the course of the
run. The usual crowd or spectators gath
ered at Nigser Hill to witness the ascent,
anl the slow pace at whieh th iyimnHiniM
climbed the hill was a striking contrast to
tlaA f.la.r nlt mnlntnln.il la, a.A
v.. .... a... M.aaillia.ul.U 111 lUaltlfl TitCea I
1-red Grinham of St. Louis, startlni- fmni '
the five-minute mark, was riding well, but
was practically thrown out of the race on
the SCCO nillUD. A SEOCtatnr enrlenvnroil trt
the second lap. A spectator endeavored to
nam pas-en, uirowinc tne latter down and
causing him to lose nearly a minute. Grin
ham covered one lap in time close to that
How They Finished.
The order in which the men finished tclth
("their har.dlcnps, was:
ueorge iarson. &' minutes: time. 54:25.
Ed Connelly, 6:30; time, 55:33.
Frank Falk. 3:00: time, 55:07.
Gus Locffel, 5.30: time. 5G.3S.
Fred Harris. 5:30; time. K:44.
William Conley, 4:00; time. 55.15.
Fred Grinham, 3:00; time, 5G 33 1-3.
Julius Schaefer. 7.00; tme. 5533 2-5.
J. H. Magnus. 6:30; time 58:30.
J. J. Wyrsch. 5:00: time. 57:13.
B. C. Hopkins. fiaOO; time. 58:19.
F. C. Hliker. 530: time. 57:55.
G. C. Kcppel. 4:30: time. -.56.
George Manners, 6.00; time. 58:35 1-5.
Arthur Harting, 3:M; time. 55.45.
C. A. Cornelius, 4:00: time. 5j:4-5 1-5.
Christian Grunnet. scratch: time, 52:46 2-6.
R. H Orr. 1.00. time. 53.4J 3-5.
F. Sander, 3.C-9; time, 54.4S 3-5.
A. E. Keppel. 1:00: time 53:44 4-5.
A Brlgss. 6-a); time, 59 3S 3-5.
James Wliliims, 7.30; time, .
G.orge E. Tl.-y. 6J!J; time. .
Darwin Chase. 3.C0; t.me, .
S P. Evans. 7:30; time. .
H. F. Humes. G:C0; time, .
C. D. Behan. 7:C0: time. .
G. R. Walker, time. 7:00.
M R. Murray: time. 7:30.
Miles Burke- time. 9:10.
The time made compires favorably with
the recoid for the former course of the
,, ,..-,1-1, .- r.i.rjv Th. t.t ni.. .-
Keppel made the best time next to Grun
net- covering the course In 53:46 3-5 ant
E3:i6 4-5. respectively.
nmcers of the meet were
Referee. T. J.
F F. Howard and A. G. Harding; scorers.
Charles Malcne, T. N. Davis and A. C.
iSSl?'r'VSr'BZS Stone; clerk of th
S"U'?.T: f. Ri" """ii " cnecirer, -M. A.
Loevy; handlcapper, H. Clay Ashlock.
Kansas City 3. Colorado Springs C.
Kansas City. Mo.. June 21 Coitly errors, com
bined with the inability ..f tne locala to hit
Jones, gave the visitors a victory to-day. At
tendance. I.CC0. Score:
R. H. E.
Kansas City 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 03 t 3
Colorado Springs...! 0 0 3 3 0ZO 05 8 2
Batteries Cable. Gibson and Messltt: Jones and
St. Joseph 7, Denver O.
St. Joseph. Ma, June 21. Denver was shot
out to-day. being unable to -bit Maupln at op
portune times. Score.
Denver. 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 5 2
St. Joseph 0 4 0 1 2 0 0 0 ..7 8 0
Batteries Whitrldge and Wilson: Maupln and
Bowling Tournament Scores.
In the Individual bowline tournament, now
In progress on the Unlcum alleys, scores on a
five-game average now are: E. Grasemuck. 205;
j. ii. Hughea. 104 4-15: J. Summera, 203 4-S; Cl 1
Kucha. 1S9 2-9; J. Lukeas. 117 H. I
CARDIALS LOSE TWO
GAMES TO CHAMPION
Firstl a ritchers' Battle Between
Murphy and Lever, and Is
ERRORS HELPED LOSE SECOND.
Ycrkcs Tooiiy Supported at Crit
ical Stages Wiley Dunham
Finishes the Game in
STVMJ1M! OF THE CI.L'IIS.
1 l'ct. Club.
W. I- IV
37 n .;
Chicago . .. l
IO!ton . ..28
Pt IaiuIs ....21
WipblnKt. ti 21
1G .J2' PittfLnrg
21 .3; ltrmkljn
2i ..". 2 Chicago ..
"I .ol !U.Mon
2.", . .!M New Vnrlt
.1 I PhllaAeliinla .22
lla't.tnun ...i! J.s .Hi St. I-ul ....21 3i
.3SO' Cincinnati ...2J 30
St. Loun 5. I'hlla I
lVa-h 11 I'M eland
( hutKO 3. Iiuiimi re 2
Jloston 1. Detroit 1.
Pitts. 1-11. St. U 3-1
'"hicngo II. Cinclnn.itl 3.
N. A-llrt-Oklyn. rain.
To-Dun . Selieilnlc.
Anienr.tn Iapue , utlf.nl I-airu
Phl.ail, Ip'a at st I-ouis iSt. Iyuli nt Cincinnati.
Wa-ti tun at Cle.elanl. lMttsbcrg at Ctlcaso.
llaithnore at Ctlcao. i
lUjytin It l-tro t
1'itlsburg. Pa . Juf.e 21. The first game
to-day between the Pirates and St. Louis
Cardinals was by far the most interestlrs
and was won by a score of 1 to 2, and the
second was a walkaway for the champions
by the score of 14 to 1.
The afternoon was ideal. The crowd was
a typical holiday one. being out to root for
the champlain, still saving a warm hanJ
clap tor Patsy Donovan and his gallant
crew. 'The pitchers in the first game were
Leever and Murphy, and the contest was a
battle between the twirlers. The "school
master" got the better of the argument and
In doing so was very lucky, because It took
the sharpest kind of fielding on the part of
the champions u get him out of holes Into
which he pitched himself.
This was true in the eighth Inning when
the Cardinals had three men on baeu, only
one out and two runs to tie the score. At
this juncture O'Connor, who had been do
ing the catching, had his thumb knocked
out of Joint and retl i?d in fai.or of dimmer.
Ityan dtove a fly to Clarke, which the lat
ter caught, then tired the ball to the plate.
Zlmmcr tlropne.il the throw, allowing Bar
clay to score. Kruger also tried to score
on the same play, but the "chief" recov
ered the ball and nailed him as he was
about to touch the plate. When the Pirates
took the field for the first game. Wagner
was noticed in right field and Conroy at
short, with "Lcftj" Davis nowhere to bo
seen It was discovered that the change
was decidea on by Manager Clarke in or
der to try and help the champions' batting
along Davis has been doing -cry light
stick woik. The second came was an easv
walkover for the champions, and. after tho
second inning, when they scored eight
runs, there was no further Interest.
Yerke" Hail Poor Supztort.
Yerkes. who was do.ng the pitching for
the Cardina.s, was not responsible for that
I'irate bunch cf tall.es. the blame must
go to Brashear and Kruger.
There were two out in that inning be
fore the Pirates scored a run, und the
chance was given Tor the third out, but
Brashear missed the catcher's prctlj
throw, thus allovviag Beaumont to reach
Krugtr helped by allowing Chesbro's easy
grounder to ge't through him. A double by
Wagner and a single- by Bransileld fol
lowed. Bases on bal.s to U.tchev and
Leach, a two-bagger bv Conroy, and" a sin
gle by Smith, ail of wheh netted eight
In the fifth Inning the champions again
landed on Yerkes's curve for four hits,
which netted f-.ur runs, and then Donovan
removed h.m and sulsekuted Dunham, who
finished the game in g.od style, allowing
the chimpions but one hit. Chesbro had
the Cardinals guessing until the s.xth in
ning, when he cased up. and live hits in
succession allowed the Cardinals four runs
The feature of the second game was the
clever catcning of Harn- Smith.
The scores cf both g mes fodow:
H- O. A. B.
Clarke, left field i l
lUaumont. ctnter field 4 0
Wagner, right Held 1 o
Uransfield. first bae 4 0
ltllchey. second base 3 1
Leach, third riase 2 1
e'onroy. shartst p 3 l
O'Connor, catcher 3 0
Zlmmer. catcher l o
Leever. pitcher 4 o
Totals 33 4 8
, . AH. R. J I.
rarrell. second base 3 0 i
Donovan, right field S o 2
Smoot. center field 302
Barclay, left field 3 13
Krugrer. shortstop 3 0 0
Brashear, first bast 3 0 0
Ilartman. third base S 1 2
Itvan. catcher 4 12
Murphv, pitcher 3 0 0
O'N-ll 1 0 0
"O'Neil flStf,; fni- Sr,,mlaa. In tlaA Hl-lla
12 24 1
Pittsburg 1 0 0 3 0 0 0
bt. Louis 0 0 0 0 0 0 2
Earned rurs Pltuburs 1. St. Louis 2 Two
bate hits-Clarke 1. Rjan 1. Sacrifice hlt'sCim
iX". "?'" "- "y-le Play-Bran-sfie.d mil
vi'iJ.hei!,.I:ACoi?rM""' .Si"""""'"" and Uransfield 1.
First base on balls-Oft Leever 3. off Murohv 2.
lilt by pitched ball-IUtchey L Struck om-rtr
Leever 1. Passed balls-O'Connor 1. Balks-Slur-
FRFF RflflK-" wart yu to call If you can and test It free. If you can't tail
' -- u i -una. semj f0r mj. book, which gives full information, and is worth S00
to any weak man. Sent free, closely laled.
Iphy 1. Time of came One hour and ffty-Qye
minutes. Umpirt O'liay.
I . All. 1C JI. O. A.
1 Clarke. left Cell 6
lieaumom. center neia b
Wagner, right Held i
linintheld. nrst bae 3
Itltcbey second base....... 3
Leach, third base 4
Conror. shortsttp - 5
bmlth. catcher 4
I Oiesbro. pitcner 4
Totals 11 H z: 11
Alt. It. H. O. A.
Farrell. second base........ 5 113 5
IVjiolnn. right Held 5 112 0
Fmoot. center field S 1 z 3 0
Harclay. left field 4 1 1 S 0
KruKer, Htortstop 4 0 2 0
Itrasnear. flr.t faaie. 3 0 2 11 0
Ilartman. tb nl base 10 2 11
J. O'Neil. catcher 4 0 0 2 1
Arrke. jiitcher 2 0 0 0 0
Nifhols l OO00
lunham. pltdier 10 0 0 0
il.l!ft-,l fftr "V-rlrf in elvtli
II 24 13
Iltirbut i s 0 1 1 0 0 O.. 11
St. Iiui n 00004 4 00 4
Knrri rt.ns-.-t. Loui 1 Two-basa hits Claric
J. asner I. Lach 1. Conroy 1, S-nool I. Three
base b.ts Leach 1. Facrillre hits Smith 1. Stolen
bases Beaumont 1. Cran-tlell I. Itltchey 1. Firs
base on ball-OR Che'bro 1. off Yrke 1.
btniek out-Ilv Ctiesbro 6. by Dunham 1. Tima
One hour and fifty mlnutei. Umpire O'Dar.
Attendance. 7,;fO. .
CINCINNATI 3, CHICAGO 11.
Menefee In ltiuer Form, bnt Currle'
Sniipiirt Is Sorry.
Cincinnati, June 21 The Chicago teaan
had an easy time tak ng the last game of
the scries from Cincinnati to-day ilenefeo
was in rare form, but the numerous errors
by McPhee's men accounted for the largu
score. Attendance 3.110). Score:
Hoy. cf 1
i TawfcrJ. rf.1
Slacle. If 3
Jones, cf . ..-.3
Dexier. lb.. .&
Kllrg. c 3
Tinker. .. .4
Loe. 2b 6
He klev. lb..l 2 13 t
Heck. 2b 4 12 3
Coicoran, a A 0 1 7
ftelnfeM. Sb.1 0 14
Tidelman. lf.l 110
Pelz. c 2 0 2 1
Kvvins. p 2 0 0 2
furrle. p I 0 6 0
Totals ....Si 7 27 14 4
Totals .33 Z 27 17 6
e'lncir.nati 0 000000303
Chicago - 0101J060 011
Three-base hits Beckly 1 Home runs Hoy X.
Stolen bases sialyl 1. Kilns 1. Schaeffer 2. Dou
ble plays riteinfeM and Ilechiy 1, Tinker, Low
and tt-naefter 1 Plrst base on balls By Ewinir
6 Hit by pitched balls By Menefee 1. Struclc
out By Cwir.g I. by Menefee 3. Passed balls
I'eitz I Wild pitches Menefee 1. Time One nous
and hay mlrutee. Umpire Brown.
ROGER. CONNOR RETIRES.
Veteran Has Played Baseball
Nearly Twenty-Five Years.
Roger Connor's career as a ball player
has come to a close and be will devote him
self to tbo management of tne Springfield
club of the Connecticut Valley League,
which he owns. The veteran's first profes
sional engagement was with tne Ho.yoke
club in 13. i. In 1SS0. IS5I and 1SS2 he was a
member of the Troy team, and In l&O ha
became the Hrst baseman of the New York
Club, with which he remained unt-1 Broth
erhood year, during which he was with the
Philadelphia club. He returned to New
York, out was released In 1S31. and joined
the SL Louis club, with which he remained
until 1S37. He has since been connected
with the Connecticut League. He has been
a credit to the game, and it is gratifying to
know that he has a goodly bank account
and a revenue-producing baseball plant In ,
a prosperous league. Ills only regret at
retiring was his recent removal from the.
field during a game at Meriden. for engag
ing in a light with Tom Tucker, another
major league veteran. Connor claims that
this was tne only time In his career he was
put out of a game by an umpire. He be
longed to the better type of players and
was one of the most popular members of
Amateur Baseball TCotes.
The P. & 11. baseba.l team c.oeed its season
Thursday by winnlctt irom the H. & J. nlnt by &
score of 0 to i. Fitzpoiter and Pcchmui of St.
Luuls University furnished battel? work for H.
The Ben Millers will play the ItuUes this
morning and the Lindemans this afternoon at
l.arcbdh. and Su LouU avenues. For sames ad
dtess Joe Donovan. No. 11)3 North SL.. ' '
The Roval Patents will meet the Dolan ai
Tamm and Manchester avenues this afternoon
with Rodger:? and Welch furnishing- the batten
Kobert Thompson of No. S344 South SeventI
street would like to Join some team In the 19-year-o.d
cla s aa in or out lle.der.
The Quick Meals p.ay at Effingham to-day.
Frank Itaum of No. 2-ad bouth Jefferson
avenue, mannger of thc Victors, would like to
hear from teams In Mlssouil and Illinois. Mas
coutahTrov and Highland prefeiretl.
The Dlels nlll d av the Co.llnsviI Rede at
Collicsvilte to-day. Terry or Cravens and Mlnch.
will furnish battery work.
Three games df tne C.ncordla Baseball Leacus
are scheduled for this afternoon, the Cross team
being scheduled to meet the Trinity nine at OaJc
Hill and Juniata street. Grace being carded to
p'.ay the St. Trlnttv team at Cirondelet Park,
while sit. Paul and Enimaus teams will meet at
The G. W. K.' have open dates for Jun
29 and July 4. S and 6 Manager Tebeau of Nix
211s Cass avenue would like to hear front out-of-town
clubs desiring games.
John Lindsev- of No. 3037 Park avenue, raarv
ager of th- Tally-Hoa. would like to hear from
some out-of-town team for a came July 4. Th
Tally-HoB defeated the Montlcellos at CFalloo
The aiank Brothers baseball nine will play
at Troy. I!l..thls afternoon. Jokerat ant! Sfcaaka
win furnish buttery work for the Shanks
Manager Barker of the Elsenstadta hu'se
cured the Christian Brothers' campus for th.
summer, and will play the Marines on the cam
pus this afternoon. Tuesday. June 24. the Elaen
fatndts will play the Illinois Watch Company.
The Dodson-Brnuna will triav at HannlhaL
Mo., to-day. G. Krause anl J. Boyle will eerre
as hatterv for the Dodson-Brauns.
The Sunlight Shoe eompanv'a team has t-ir-
ganlzed and would like to hear from slae-cuttlng
teams of the city for Sntu-dav aft-Tnoon rames.
J. Diebllnr, care of the Sun'lgn: Shoe Factory, at
Ninth and Marion streetp. Is manager.
At Bransvllle Cedar Rap 'Is 4. KvanrFtlle .
At Decatur Rockford 8. Decatur 4.
At Bloomlngtcrn Blootningt.n 8. Davenport T.
At Terre Haute Bock Isla-id 12. Terr
At Memphis Shreveoort 7. Memphis 2.
At Chattanooga Atlanta 7, Chattanooga 1.
At Nashville Nashville 9. Birmingham 7.
Reporters to Play Advertisers.
The Sporting Writers' baseball team. wbleH
has a record of eight auccesalve victories for th
season, will play the Advtrtlstrs at League Part!
this morning at 9.30. Oscar Miller and "Buck"'
Chapman will be la the points for the scribes.
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