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THE REPUBLIC: SATURDAY, JULY 5. 1902.
INDEPENDENCE DAY GAMES ON THE BASEBALL FIELDS.!
5 B El 1! S 0& MS&k tn ( M IP
h M &A 80 iQ Sis i SB m fS M S3 m A el
AT GIANTS' EXPENSE
Xew York Tenm Defeated in Morn
ing and Afternoon Gaines
Before Bis Crowds.
BUT THREE HITS OFF WICKER.
Bedford Boy Uses a Whitewash
Brush in Afternoon Game
Yerkes Pitches Aiorii-
STANDING or thi: CLUBS.
American L-aue. National lvalue.
Clubs. W. L Pet Club W. L Pet.
Chlnyro .. . .3 -1 . T-ltt.!.urc; 4J 12 .711
Boston Si 27 .SC Br "jfclin 38 23 .51
Pt L.-a!s .. 3) : .iH Ksti.n tt 77 .511
lll.adelphla S' I i Chrto 22 29 .J2i
I tf!t 27 r; :: i.iu leiphta . ti .4K
Wa-hir.cvn 2 r .4S2 t Lmi... ...SS X .4W
Haltlm.re ... r: 21 .431 Cincinnati ..25 r. .3S:
Cleveland K- 3Z Nw York . M frl 3tl
Pt. Louis SH rv-ti.lt 4-2.
Chlcaco 10-J. 0r ;-;
Hoet.jn -t. Italti. 3-4
Phtla 3 12. Wa-h. J-S
t IahjIs T-2. N Y. M.
lnelnnati T-4. lltila. Ij
IMttJlmrc 4-3. HkMn -
, liAton z-r.. Ch 'flco 1 2.
TO-DAY'S hCHHDt m:.
St. Louis at Petralt.
Ov.Iand at Chkipo
WashlnKton at Philajel-
Italtlmore at Ilo"ton.
1 no r-it Ttiriltt
New York at St. LouK. j
lkttnn at ChlraRO. :
Itrvnklvti at Pittsburg.
I'lillalelrMa at Clr.cln- J
Figured on present f-rm the New York I
Giants have the best look-in for the cellar
championship in the National League this
j-ear." They fitted in very cicely yesterday
and helped the Cardinals to establish a
new record for the season.
Patsy's pots have now won four straight
and It took them only two days. Travel
stained and tieary, the Cardinals swung
off a train at Washington avenue yester
day morning, boarded a street car for
League Park, and, stopping only for a few
moments practice, wallcped Freedman's
pets to the tune of 3 to 3. Yesterday after
noon Bob Wicker wielded his kalsomlno
brush on the same team while the Cardi
nals were manufacturing a pilr of runs.
Tho score was I to 0.
"Smoke Ungon" Hooting.
Between 12.0OT and 14,000 Independence Day
fans passed through the trunstlles, close
to 10,oO being present In the afternoon.
3Ianv thousands of blank cartridges were
usl in the days celebrations, llstol shots
punctuated both contebU and when a good
play was puiad off tne air was lull of
gun powder and noise. At such times the
oemonstraiions resembled a good-sized
eham battle. The sharp crack ot the little
bulldogs and the bt:lloi.lng ut big Hs was
the popular form of rooting, and the man
who had simply a voice obtained no chance
to -iolate Cnlef K:el s orders against too
strenuous root.nr- . ...
"YanK" YerK-. was Ecnovan s Blab of-
.4.n In tn.. i nrli iraTtlt nnil COOll blt-
ting by the Cardinals In the opening Innings j
piled up a bunca of runs that the Giants j
tutted to overcome, tnougn iney maue
bang-up finish. The second
can-.e was by
ar the more holly contesuo. una up 10 "1
lghth inning It was unproductive of runs
vn eiuiet oiuc.
tt ickrr Aiiani ! .aw a. .
In the alternoon Bob Wicker pitched one
of the best games seen at League Park this
season. The Bedford boy enjoyed the
warm-weather going and dropped the
Giants hard, allowing them but three wlde
lv scattered hits. Opposed to him was
:Dummy" Taj lor. a pitcher Of no mean
reputation, but beside Wicker, Taylor
looked Ilka a fruit orchard alter a frost.
Enthusiastic rooters ewarmed on the field
after tho game and hoisted Wicker on
their shoulders tor a triumphant proces
sion to the clubhouse.
As In the morning game, a few well
placed hits In one Inning put tho Cardinals
in the clear. Wicker rendered himself aid
by batting In one of the runs. A balloon
that floated over the park In the eighth
Inning looked Inviting to Taylor and he
made an ascension. He was lucky to get
off as easy as he did, for, after the pair of
runs had been scored, only last fielding cut
off others, two Cardinals being nipped at
the plato by Bowerman.
In all except two Innings, the Giants were
retired In one. two, three order. On gen
eral make-up. batting and base-running the
New Yorkers might have a chance to finish
second In a grass league.
Double Stcnl Uniccceaafnl.
The Caroinals started rather briskly, but
tamed down until the eighth. Fjrrelt and
Donovan were Jugged In the opener, but
Smoot singled to xighL Homer raced around
und beat a throw to third on Barclay's safe
rap to center, and while the Giants were
wildly tossing the ball about the diamond.
"Hummer" and "Gawge" essayed a double
Meal. Smoot tried for heme on a throw to
second lo head off Barclay, but Smoat shot
the leather over to Dunn. Smoot was close
to the plate when Bowerman received he
ball, and In a sprint for third bape Bower
man overtook him, and both tumbled la the
dust, Smoot wrenching his ankle.
The Giants were contenders In the fifth
when Smith secured the second hit off
Wicker. A wild pitch and Dunn's sacrifice
put him on third with one out. In vain did
ihc Giant captain wait for transportation
home. Wicker tied himself In three sailor's
knots and retired O'Hagan on strikes. Wag
ner retired the side on a hish ono to Smoot.
Again In the eighth the visj-iors looked
good for a time. O'Hagan rapped to left
lor two base", the third and lat New Yo-k
hit. He strolled far off second, and when
Wagner tapped to Wicker, the Cardinal
pitcher ran him down and extinguished
O'Hagan's light, while he was trying to
put in at third bae. Wagner got as far
as second on tie play, but Taylor rent up
a puny fly. Ryan gobbled It for the last
Game Won In Eighth Inning.
The Cardinals decided about that tlmo
that It was up to them to put the thumb
screws on any possibility for an extra
Inning game. Arthjr Nichols was first up
and he hit safely. While Hartman was
fanning out Nichols stole second, sliding In
under Bowerman's high throw. Byan
grounded to Wagner, who tried to force
Nichols at third His toss was a bit high
and again Nichols hit the dust and rkated
.iWv n th bar on hU abdomen. Wicker
then clinched his game by dropping a Tex
as leaguer just back of second and Nichols
scooted home with the first run of the
game, while a thousand Imitation Mont
l'elees In the stands had eruptions of flame
nnd smoke. ,.,,. ,.
Before the guns oould be reloaded Farrell
lined to center and Ryan legged It from
second to home. Wicker took third, but
was squeezed at the plate on Donovan's
tap to Wagner. Farrell on third and Dono
van on first started a double steal, which
drow a throw from Bowyrman. but Smith
returned the ball In time lo lay out Jona
than at the plate for the third out,
Jl. 11. 17. .A. X-
0 10 3 0
Donoan. right Meld 4
fcmoot, center field. 2
Barclay, left field. J
Urashear. second base..... 3
Nichols, first tase 3
Hartman. third baee. ...... 3
llvan. catcher J
Brodie. center field....
Clarke, right field. ,
Jones. left field.
Bowerman. catcher ....
r-mlth. second base.....
Dunn, third bas
O'Hagan, first base....
Totala 23 0 3 24 17 1.
St, Louis 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2
New York 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Earned rans St. Louis L Stolen bases Dcno
yan L Nlcbols 1. Smith 1. Two-base hits
9Jl tn. ,ba,M on balls-Off Taylor 1. Stru-k
rl7?.iATS'r ? hv TcJ,-r l Sacrifice M- -lSSn?iKS?5a
h Bouble Plays-Wagner. Smith
S5?rk ?2lf'-eLe,t nn taw-SL Louis S. New
Sn'iltS. "Splre-g-Ty?1'' h"r
Cardinals Drive Spnrka From Box and
IVln Sn a AVnlU.
The momlng- game was scheduled to be
gin at 10. but when that hour arrived the
Cardinals had not put In appearance. A
wreck laid out the train on which tho SL
EouIe team came down from Chicago and
ITmpIro O'Day held the New Tork team on
the field for nearly a half hour. At 1021
the Cardinals appeared In street attire and
sprinted across the field to the music of
miniature artillery. They hastily donned
uniforms and after a few minutes of prac
tice took the Held.
Frank Sparks essayed the pitching for
the Giants, but he was handled so rough
ly In the ttrst three Innings that he retired
In faior of Bob Blewltt. the Georgetown
University pitcher. Blewltt "blew up" at
several stages and the Cardinals Increased
their lead until seven runs were counted.
The gatno was Just such a one as a
Fourth of July fan wants to see. It wo-
full of bright plays and was a slugging
match all the way through. Yerkes wai
rounded for thirteen hits, but he managed
to keep them well scattered.
The Cardinals began the punishment of
Sparks In the first Inning. After two outs.
Smoot slnsrled to left and stole second. He
counted m Barclay's hit. Urashear got
lay on I
away with a bunt, which rut Barclay
third, from wher he scored on n hit
O Iiagan s double gave me uiant:
a run In . the second, but the Cardinal
came nacg wltn two more on singirs
Ilvan. Farrell and Smoot.
New York tallied once In the third. Brodie
rcortng on a hit by Bowerman. "jewiii
tiu-u jarrti ine m. ixjuis uaii. ..,..v
again hit safelv. also Hartman. ana
TT !. 11 .. . . . 1 K'I.IiaI.
in tne fourth Donovan regjsterea an im
. . 1-. j. ..
earned run He stopped a pitched 1 ball ; Sui7r Aa SftyTSinrter rPlr
stole second and came home on another 1 ;i,nii!ion.
wild throw by Blewltt. The Giants pushed "n"
another run across the plate In the sixth. I HASi:UAI.I. GOSSIP.
which was conceled by Nichols In the '
tvventh cr Hartman's long hit. notli s. I.onla Tranin Will Br At Home
HnrtKlan'fi Ijng Hit. Tt-Morro.
Nichols registered hl third hit and then ,...", .ii-, nfjfft-
T-tnrfm-in .trn.-c -i. n . , n. I a it i.nt rme of the four remaining coniaci
t Thnr .v ii- .w- 1.1 i i.i..i.
coming an tne way aroend. The Il'irgo
master tried to snpak home on Ttvan's hunt.
ii j wit w.t thrown out by O'Hagan.
n.n.nt ii.v," T-noii-
ii ne uiants made a ci
wa sent up to bat for
r Blewltt. but expired
. on a tap t" '"aiTelI. Brodie failed to beat
out a bunt, but after these two funerals, a
I pair of runs were pcored. Clarke pushed
I out a. slow ernunder to Brashear and beat
the throw. Ha nrfvnrnt nn n mTa hunt htf
Jone. "Stumbly" Frank Bowerman filled
tii base on his hit and Smith's single to
rlcht scored Clark and Jones.
i lie score:
. Alt. R.
Farrell. shortstor s 1
Donovan, rlcht nM 4 1
Snoot, center neU s 1
Harrlar. left field 5 l
Prehear, second base 5 a
Nichols, first bae 4 2
Hirtman. third base 4 0
"ran. catefcer 4 1
Terks. pitcher 4 0
Brcdle. center field 4 " 1
Clarke, right field s 1
Jonrs. left field S 1
novrerman. catcher S 0
Smith, second baa S -2
Dunn, third bae S O
O Ha ?an. first base. 4 0
Yncner. Fhertstop 4 0
fparks. pitcher 1 0
rnrttt. pitcher J 0
Yeagcr t 0
J Totals 41 5 12 24
! 'Hatted for Iliewllt in the ninth.
I Pt I.rtu!s 2 2 110
New York 0 110 0
( Cirr.eJ rnn-St- Loul 4. New York I.
a.-e til- O'lHran 1 Thre-ba hlrr ITartmnn
1 Stolen bo.es Smoot 1. Smith 1. tVagner 1.
Ifarman 1. Nlehol. 1. Donovan t. Hit by pitch
er By niewltt 1 rtaees on balls-OS Yerkea I.
Stn-ck out Ut Yerkes 4. by Dlewltt 1. Inning
nltchnl-Dy Smrks 2. bv Blewltt t UlttOC
FraTM T- off rtl.vltt C Tfr An tiB... :. T.ti
i '" Nw York 10. Time of came One hour and
"" -.e-- i-mpire-ouay.
riTTsnuno 43, nnooKLYX 00,
1 Hlclit and Center Fielders Play In
j 'Yntrr Ankle Deep.
I Pittsburg. July 4. Pittsburg won two
J games In one day from Brooklyn by good
J all-around playing. BccauJe of the hlh
j water right and c;nter fielders were com-
pelled to play ank'e deep In water At
I tendance. 10,30. Score:
AitH n An
Davis. rf....l 0 1 0 0
Dolrn. cf....2 0
Wheeler ...1 0
1 f"- 'irfl 110
I liS?nt;cf-? 112
Dahlen. s 2
Aheam. c. .3
Flood. 2b. .JZ
i liranrrd. lb.4 1 13
Kltcfc-y. 2b .3 0 2 3
Leach, fb. . 3 2 0 J
MnllO. c. .3071
TannehllL p.3 1 1 S
Totals ....29 JIT 1C 0
.2? 2 21 8 (
Batted for Dolan In nlntb.
Pittsburg j) 0 0 0 0 0 12 . 3
Brooklyn 0 0 0 0 0.-0 0 0 00
Two-base hits Leach L Three-base hits Beau
mont 1. Saerlnr Mlk-ruanmnt i c,ni-w v. .
wsner L. First base on ball OS Tannehlll '
. . -,-v a. jin or piicnea tan Clark 1
SSCS-"TBT T?.01""'' " by Newton 1 Ttrnei
A??en&?Knr m,3Ul"- '-Ei"1-
Davis. rf....S 3 0 0 0
Clarke. If 3 0 3 0 0
Bolan. cf....4 14 0 0
Keeler. rf..J 0 0 0 0
Bheckard. If.4 1(00
McCreery. lb. 4 0 la 0 0
Dahlen. S....4 0 0 10
Irwin. 2b...s 10 10
Fuller, e 3 0 3 0 0
Flood. 2&....X 0 14 0
Kltson. p..J 2010
Totals 31 5 Jt 7 0
Beaumont.cf.t 2 2 0 0
Wanner. S...3 I 1 4 o
i:ransneld.lb.4 1 10 0 0
JUtchty. 2b.. 4 1 J 2 1
Leach. 2b 4 12 10
O'Connor, cl 14 0 0
Chesbro. p.. .4 2 0 2 0
Totals.....!? 13 27 S 1
Pittsburg 1 0010200 4
Brooklyn 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Ent,lnsnr"P,irlbo,f 3- Two-has. hita-Wai-ner
L Sacrifice hlta Keeler 1. stolen base2
bheckard L First baso ca balls-ose BlI i 1
Struck out-By Chesbro 2. by Kltori a. uErplr.
-Lnsde. Time-one hour and tblrty-flve mln-
Errors by Home Team Give Vlaltora
Cincinnati, July 4. Both teams played
poor ball In the first game, but Cincinnati
was luckier In bunching hits. Frarer went
up In the air In the last three Innings, but
previous to that both men pitched fine bill
Peltz's hitting was the feature. Attend
ance. 2.5C0. Score:
Dobbs. If .. i 3 1 0 0
Thomas, cf 4
Hoy. cr .... 5
Bevkley. lb 3
Craw'd. rf. 2
Ma goon. 2b 2
Hecfc. 2b .. 0
i'arry. rf.. 4
Hulswltt. a 4
Jack'ch. c-. 4
Douglas, lb 4
Urown. If.. 4
Chllda. 2b.. 4
Fraier. p . t
Corc'n. s .. 4
steln'd. 3b. 4
Pelti. c ... 4
lining, p .. t
Totals ...55 It 2t 13 2
Totals .. .34 13 27 12 1
0 0 0 0 0 2 1
0 0 0.0 0 i 1
Two-base hlta Hoy L, Stelnfelder X. Fvlng L,
Pelti 2. Three-base bits Crawford 1. stolen
baa"s Hoy L, Double playa Stelnfeld Ctrcuran
to Heckler 1. Maroon to lleckley 1. Hulswttt to
Douglas 1. First base en ball B Frai'r a.
Hit hr ultched ball By Frarer L struck ,i
Br Frarer 3. by Ewlng 1 Passed bills Pelts
1 Time of came On hour and forty minutes.
Umpires Power and Brown
The Cincinnati team failed to give Thell
mtn anything like fair support, and whl o
he held the Philadelphia down to five hit
the visitors succeeded In winning out on
account of the errors by the Cincinnati
players. Corcoran was especially bad In thl
repect, althpugh he batted welL Attend
ance, 5.000. Score:
Thomas, ct 3 0 1 o o
Carry, rf... 3 10 0 0
lluiswltt. s 4 0 2 S 1
Doom. c... 3 2 C 0 0
Dettrlas lh. 3 o 12 0 a
Dobbs- if.. 4 0 2 v
Hoy. cf..... S 1 1 0
Ueckley. lb. 3 4 11 0
Crawrd. rfS 0 2 0
Heck. 2b.... 4 2 2 1
Cor'ran. a.. 3 2 2 S
Stelnru. 3b 4 2 3 0
Bergen, c... 4 0 2 4
Thellm'n. p 3 6 0 7
21 Browse. If. 4 1 1 0 0
II a.ilman 20 4 tr 0 2 1
4 fblMs. 2b... 2 12 3 0
White, p.... 3 Q 1 ft 0
.110 0 0
.20 S 27 15 J
... 12 27 17 41
Batted for Bobbs In ninth.
t Bat ted for Thcllman In ninth.
Cincinnati 00110100 14
Two-ba hits Concoran 1. Pelti 1. First baae
on balls-dOff Thtllman 4. struck ont nv Then.
man 2. Wild pitch Thellman L Time of game. I
One hour and fortvllre minutes. Emrlre !
One hour and fortyfive
Power and Erown.
CHICAGO 12, BOSTON 3 C.
Better Pitching, Fleldlnc and Batting:
Bring Doable Victory.
Chicago, July 4. Boston won the morn
ing game by timely hitting. It was a
pitchers' battle from start to finish, H
which Willis showed to the better aitnr.
tage. The locals could not score until the
ust Inning, when a three-bagger and an
out saved them from a shut-out Th. .i
i ing of both teams waa excellent Attend
ance. ?j. score:
Dexter. rf 4 1 0 0 t
Jones, cf I 1 4 0 fi
Lowe. 2b .. 4 1 2 1 t
Nllng. c .. 4 0 S 2 J
Miller. If.. 3 1 4 0 0
Clarke. lb 2 0 9 0 0
Tinker. .. a 0 3 4 0
Schaefer. 2b s 0 0 3 2
Taylor, p.. 2 0 0 2 0
Totals to I 27 12 2
Oooley. ef.. 4 2s 09
Tenney. lb. 4 2 t 1 o
Demont. . 1 : 1 1
Carn-y. rf 4 1 2 I 0
yourt'y. It. I 0 3 0 0
Grell'r. tb.. a 1 2 1 1
Long, s .... 4 13 2 0
Kltrga. c. 4 0 4 4 0
Wlllla. p .. 3 0 0 2 0
Chicago 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 I
Boston .... ........ .......1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 13
Left on bases Chicago 2. Boston I. Two-baal
hits Miller L. Gremlnger L Tnie-ba hits
Jones 1. Cooler L Stolen bases tviwa 1, Tenney
.. awwt j. .t in Apiary i. .rern-
loger to Demoat L Etraek out By aliicr J, by
Els 5 on ball
"nU SECOND GAME.
The Bostons outplayed the locals In every
department In the afternoon game They
pounded Menefee hard, sacrificed neatly
and stole bases at will, while Eason held
hl old team mates down to six singles.
Tinker's fielding, the second-base play of
Demont, and the work of both men on the
Initial sack were features. Attendance. S.
ATI n.o.A n I
fl.xlr rf..l l l 0 o:
ATI-It o A.n
o:ronr. ti . : s m
Joa-. ft... 4 I " ! Tenner, lb ..5 3 IS 6
Le. 2b... 4 12 9 o;ie..,t.i. in 2 1 J i u
Kllrg. c 4 0 4 2 :iarr.ey. rf.. S 2
.Miller. If. 4 1 1 l.MLush. If.... 1 2 0
Clark. lb...4 2 :
Vinker. ... J
Scha'fer. 3b 4 0
M-n-fee. p. J 1
Clarke. io...4 i J ; wraT, u . -
1 1 I Klfrldge. c 4 I 4 I 0
1 ?Eaon. p.-. s u .
.. CIT1 3 J TotlU .. -S 13 27 IS 2
-. n i o o e e 0 2 f 2
Bolton '"".."":":". 0 4 0 t 1 0 0 J 1-
'n " .ch-easo X Tlnton 7. Thre
1W hlt-Tenney 1. Cooler 1. Sacrifice hir
Mmt - :itnn i. r.xoien oas imri .
. j Kittridxe 1. Claike 1. Kin i.
. ... Iltnr I.
i !. .... I.wa I
'i"mVr. Clatk anit K.mK L
i!in.L- Ant llv MnfM z. hr rjinn J- WW t"
- i r' .C"' -'"'.'.'.Y r.v. , ::. f Tim
i i hmn iLirva rwtnreen the Browns anu
; "'" ?'? ".-'.".".:" .Zl ... avo
Canllnal" mil ce inciuceu in '""-'"',-
days. The Browns will be at home to-
:,. f.ir 9 srii. with the Detroit team
i iurr (Kivinc on a lone Eistcrn trip. i."0
; N-w York rerlcs at League Park ends won.
to-morrows game, anu imuu """":, ,:"i
Giant Thcug.1 the Detroit af 'f'
for but three game. It Is -lkely that four
will be played. .
-.l.... 1c n nnan rito tnr the DrOWns.
but unlc55 it is decided to put on a double-
header Sunday the Timers will plaj oil tne
,, nnctmnni nn their last trin here. Keg
mills 2. Passed balls Kllng 1. El
Off Taylor 2: oft Willis X Time
One hour and thirty-five minutes.
ularly scheduled games will be played "ues
! day and WYdneynay to It Is probable- that
! f j four days straight the teams will clash
i Ai a tcr ratronage.
li! New Y'ork will be the attraction at
u f t . u..ir tA-iii. Tvm t?i t fenrful-
: "' '"",.''r. "' ,..;.: i.
1 1 iv ana wuoucnuiij incur-, n m... i-- -0
: two games with the same line-up. Sam
2 Crane of the New York Journal, who be
J moans his fate at having to follow uch an
0 , agcicg&tlon about the country, says that It
"I has been so long since the Glanta have won
1 that only the oldest mn on the team can
Z. remember the date cf tho last victory. As
near as ean be figured, the Giants have now
0 lost about eleven straight. Dunn. a. pitcher.
J la temporarily holding down third base, as
? I Lauder la on the hospital 'it.
0 j That child of fortune. Harry O'Hagan.
0 1 after traveling in both big leagues, has
o t finally brought up at first bav for the
lAiiums. ueorze traun nas sneceeoea nuraic
Kegel as manager and Jack Doyle as cap
tain. Joe Bean has been fired from short
nnd a clever youth named Wagner Is doing
cood work In that field. Jones Is making a
good record In left field. Brodie. after be
ing released, was recalled and Is in center.
In the last week nearly every man on tho
team has played right field. Tha pitching
staff Is r.ot the bert in the world. Taylor.
Evuns. Blewltt and Sparks are the twlrlers.
Mathewson had an Idea, that he was a first
baseman, but four games in that position
convinced others of his mistake. If It didn't
him. He Is doing very little pitching. Evan
probably will pitch to-day. Willie Popp
has been recalled by the St. Lculs club
from the Columbus club of the Ameiinn
Areoclatlon. as Dunham Is unfit for dutv.
Popp win be on the slab for the Cardlmls
to-day. The O'Neill battery will work to
morrow. Jack Harder will do a etunt In Petrolt
this afternoon. If the Tigers fall to handle
him with care. Billy Reldy will be on hard
to take his place. The Browns start back
to St. Louis to-night. Jack Powell will pitch
the Sunday game.
There was some good and bad fielding In
the morning game at League Park. The
features were Donovan's running catch of
a liner off Smith's bat In tho eighth Inning
and a catch by Jones In the fourth, which
robbed Farrell of a hit. Donovan's catch
was cne of the most sensational seen at
League Park thlt year.
The reorganized Infield worked nicely In
tho afternoon game, though the morning
game encompassed some- poor playing. Far
rell did nicely In the shortfleld, but Bras
hear did not seem to fit In very well s.t
second. Some weeks ago The Republic
pointed out tho fact that Catchers Ryan
and Nichols hit a much better clip when
working regularly than when they were In
the game only once or twice a week. Their
batting yesterday Is some proof of that.
Nichols's batting U especially noteworthy.
Kruger was not benched on account of his
playing, an was commonly reported. In the
first game at Chicago a finger on his right
hnml tras nllt bv the Ml Ikes of a Chicago
plaver sliding to second. The finger Is bad-
ly lnflammed. bt "Oom Paul" will be able
President Frank DeHass Roblson dM not
see either of the games. He went to Cleve
land to spend the Fourth, but Is expected
to return the first of next week. Rumors
as to McGraw"s desertion of Baltimore for
New York were flying thick and fast yes
terday. The St. Louis club has not been
asked by the New York club to release Its
claim upon McGraw. and Vice President
Roblson raid yesterday that he knew no
more cr tne matter man ne naa reaa in
the dispatches from Baltimore. Manager
George Smith of the New York team claims
to know nothing of the matter, though It
was reported from New York last night
that McGraw would Join the Giants at Chi
Lonlsvlllt 81, Indianapolis 51.
Louisville. Ky-. July 4. Lo-ilsville took b)tli
games frcm Indianapolis to-day both belrg bird
fought battles. The afternoea game was wit
nessed by 12.0U) people. The hcm lm outrUyeJ
the visitors at etery point, lint hr a nirrrw
margin. The work of Bonner. Louisville- new
second baremau. was a feature Sp-ctators dis
charged revolvers almost cortinouilly dutlns
both games. Attendance jt raitnln? tame was
It. II. K-
Loulsvllle -S 5 2 1 8 J J ? Jt? U 5
Indianapolis .. -.0 0 0 2 0 2 I 3
natfrles Flaherty and Sales; Wlllla.-ns and
R. II. E.
..0 0 0 t 1 ! 2
i-i. -.ill. .. I 0 0 0 0 0 ! 0 01
Batteries Dunkle and Schrtrrer; Kellurn and
Toledo 4 0. Colnmbns
Toledu, O.. July 4. Toledo only secured one hit
eff Wagner this aftcrnof.n. and was shut out.
The roorn'.tg game was cloe. Hugher doing the
better work, and Tjltdo winning by a score ot 4
to 2. Scores:
Morning game: - R. H E.
Toledo 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 0 .. 4 1" 0
Columbus 20000000 13 1
Ilatterlr- Toledo: Hughey and Grafflus; Co
lumbus: Voorbeea and Fox.
0 00 1 7
0 2 5 a 3
Toledo 0 0 0 0 0 0
C-nlnmbi-.s 0 0 0 0 3 0 0
Batteries Toledo: Mock and Klelaow
bus: Wagner aru i-ox.
Knnsna City G 2, Milwaukee 01.
Kansas City. Mo.. Ju'y 4. Milwaukee was
shut out In the first game, belnr unable to hit
yminr Oltson, wh'l" Kaeeaa City batted Mc
Markln freely. Bulatr. n substitute umpire, was
replaced In the first Inning br Foreman xn ac
count ot a questionable decision. Attendance.
n. ii. e.
Kansas City .... 10200310. . c 13 2
Milwaukee. 0000000000 4 0
Batteries: Kanras City: Gibson and Bevtlle:
Milwaukee: McMackln and Cross.
Hermann shut cut Kansas City trp to the
eighth Inning with three scattered hits, but In
the rlpbth the locals buarhed two doubles and a
slrgle for two runs, winning out th gam. Mil
waukee only score waa made by Thomas's
scratchy heme run In the fifth Inning. Attend
ance. 4.S1S- Score:
n n p
Kanras City .... 00000003 . 2(1
Milwaukee 0000 I 0000 1 3 0
..Batteries Kansas City: Wolf and Bevlile:
Milwaukee: Hermann and Cross.
DIELS DEFEAT QCISC1' nESEnVES.
St. Louis Team's Battery Too Much
for Illinois Tenm.
Qulncy HL. July 4. The champion Dieln
of SL Louis defeated the Qulncy Reserves
at Sportsman's Park this afternoon before
one of the largest crowds that ever at
tended a game In this city. Terry and
Mlneh again showed themselves to be one
of the greatest batteries) In the amateur
ranks by their great work this afternoon.
The score by Innings:
Diels 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 14 8 2
Qulncy 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 03 4 3
Batteries Terry and Mlnch: WIeh and VogtL
Earned runs Dlels 1. Two-base hits Tbihe L.
Lft on Dases-yuinrr t. DIeia 11. Struck out
By Trry 7. by Wlch 2. Bases on balls Off Ter.
ry 2. on wca a. wmpire-OTJcnne:!. Time of
game One hour ami forty-fire minutes.
Springfield Athletes Defeat Decatnr.
th Central District of Illinois T.
ee( ot 1
sedations. beU here to-day. the Bprtngfleld ieara !
wen with a total of u Mm,
catur and 23 for Jacksonville.
juw as tor ue-
reld evsnU wtra taeladsd.
Bath tract and
BROWNS WIN AND
LOSE AT DETROIT
Morning Game Is Close, but Mer
cer Replaces Mullin and Stops
St. Louis Ballv.
DONAHUE OUTPITCHES MILLER.
Tigers Are Helpless Before Him in
Afternoon Game Ander
staypixg or Tim ci.tns.
Cluba. W. U Pet.
' cnicaro 15 21 ..
rh'eaci . ..
New York .
' Uatoa 33 T. 3"
st UrAw M -Kf
phiiait.inMa M r s
, rxtmlt 27 31 1
Haphlnston w 31
C3n!and '.'. K 3S
St Louis 2-4. Detroit 4-2
Chlcaro 1S-T C!ere ''
St. Iu T 2. N Y. SJi.
In-ir.nall T-4. 1T-.1U. 2-i.
I Poton S-J. mill. 3-4.
J PhllA J.1J. Wa.h. I-S
11ttl.urc 4-T. Itklrn 0-0.
Ii.-.t in 3-f li ajr 1-2.
Ft. Louis at ivtrolt.
ClerelaivJ at Oilrnc".
Washington at phllailel-
Baltimore at ln;oi.
New Yk at St. Louis,
llrttf'n at Cblcnro.
Itrklrn at Pltt.burg.
PMladrlnhta at Cincin
nati. Detroit. Mich.. July .-Nearly 12.000 fans
watched the two games at Bennett Park
to-day between the Tigers and the St.
Louis Browns. The Tigers took the morn
ing game after a hard struggle, and loit la
the nfbrneon after th same kind of a
games The morning game went to the
Tigers by a score of 4 lo 1, and the after
noon game was also won by four runs, but
this time It wn- St. Louis that had the
four. whUe the TlJrrs amassed only two.
Umpire 0"Iughlln had a busy day, for
. .. . ., - -.' .
many piays came up mat required gooi
judgment, and to the creillt of the umpire
not a kick of Importance was registered
agajnst his work. The morning crowd
came early and had a Ions wait, owinsr to
the St. Louis team being late In arriving.
nnd tho cttcrnoon crowd was on deck when
the game wa started at 3:39.
Manager Dwycr picked Rescoe Miller to
do the heavy work In th afternoon, with
Buelow behind the bat. while Manager Mc
Aleer sent In his Irish battery Frank Don
anus and "Jlggs" Dcnohue.
Miller pitched good ball, but Donahue
pitched better. That nearly tells tho story
of tha game, and even though Donahue did
make the wild throw that let In the second
run for tho Tigers, he had the game well in
hand at all time. He passed but cno man
to first and was h't safely seven times,
while four walked to first through Miller's
Anderson hit Miller Xor two doubles and
a single, but was unlucky In making them
wnen mcy die not neip in tne run-geuing,
both his two-base drives coming atfer two
men were out. Casey and Glefon carried
off the fielding honors, accenting fourteen
chances without an error, Casey's work
In grabbing Burkett's foul off the grand
stand In the first Inning being the most
spectacular piece of werJt In th game.
In the seventh Inning after Arndt had
taken care of flies from Hemphill and
Heldrick, Anderson doubled. Wallace
tripled to the clubhouse and McCormlck
came along with a single, two runs re
sulting. The Tigers were helpless before, but Just
to make sure, the Browns took another In
the ninth, when Heldrick singled and Wal
lace hit safely Into center.
Barrett, center field ...... 4 0
Holmes, right field 4 0
Dillon, first base 4 0
SieV third tSJiP
Elberfeld. shortstop 4 0
.. 4 O
Arndt. left field 3 1
Uleason. second base 3 o
lIulow, catcher 3 1
Miller, pitcher J o
l S II
nurkett, left field ...
Hemphill, rtght field
Heldrick. center field
Anderson, nrst ts .
Wallace, shortstoo .,
McCormlck. third base
rtiiZ'a. eecond bae
Dccahue. pitcher ..
Totals 2S 4 11 27 1) 2
Detroit 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 01
St. Louis 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 I 4
Two-base hits Elberfield 2. .Hemphill L An
derson 1. Heldrick L Threo-basa hits Wallaco
I. SacrMre hlta-f!leaon 1. HMdrlck 1. Stol-n
bases Wallace 1. Rases on t-al!s Off Miller 4.
off Donahue 1. First bas on errors Detroit 1.
St. Louis 2. I!ft on bases DelroU J. St. Louis
1. Struck out Ry Miller 1. by lcruhue 2.
Double playa Wallace. Padden and Andrscn 1;
Anderson unalsted t: Kbtrtleld. Gleason an!
Dillon I. Time cf game Ono hour and forty
minutes, rmplrs O'Liughlln. Attendsnce. .-
Mnllln'a IVIlrincs Nrnrly Coat Detroit
1 lief en t.
Detroit, Mich.. July L The Browns were
late in reaching' Detroit this momlng nnd
the fans who had tumrd cut at M o'clock
were sweltering in the midday heat when
they reached the grounds. No time waa
wasted tn calling tne game, and with but
a few minute praet ce, the Brow.'Ut went
lo bit at 1220. looking as fresh as dalslss.
even if they had Just come from a hard
George Mullin was sent In to win for tho
Tigers, while McAleer pinned his faith to
"Wee Willie" Sudhcff. Not a bit was se
cured off Sudhoft In the first three Innings,
while Mullin allowed but two In the four
Innings. In the fourth the trouble started,
and It looked as If Detroit had the game
won. when the side went out; but SL Louis
came right back In the fifth and nearly
tied the score.
The warm weather or something was tell
ing on Mullin nnd he get very wild In the
fifth Inning, and was aIo easy to hlL He
passed McCormlck. the first man up, and
the latter scored when Padden hit a doublu
into llsht field.
I'atacn sole third before Mullin started
Ms swing. Donohue h.t over Dillon's head,
scoring Padden. Sudhorf sacrificed Donohue
to second, and he scored when Mullin cut
loese a wild pitch that McGulre tried hard
to get. but could not reach.
Three runs were In and things locked bad,
especially when Burkett h.t safety. Hemp
hill forced him at second, and a moment
later went all the way to third when Mul
lin made another wild pitch. Heinrlck
luckily put up a fly for ArndL The Prowns
had no chance to score after the fifth Hi
ring, though they managed to annex one
hit in each inning.
ah. jt. ir. 0.
Barrett, center field 4
Holmes, right Cell 3
Dillon, first base 4
Elbetfeld. shortstop 4
Carey, third baso ........ 1
Arrdt left field 3
Uleason. second base ..... 3
McGulre. catcher 3
Mullen, pitcher 2
Mercer, pltcber 1
Burkett, left field 5 u
Hemphill, right field u
Heldrick. center field .... 4 0
Andersen, first base ...... 4 u
Wallace, shortstop 4 0
McCormlck. third base .... 2 1
Padden. second tase ...... 4 1
Donohue. catcher 4 1
1 fruaheft. pitcher . 1 v
triel 1 o
Totala 23 3 a n j.
Batted for Sudhcff la n.nth.
Detroit - ........ 00040000. 4!
R. Louis. ... 0 0 0 a 0 0 0 03,
Innings pitched Mullin i, Mercer 4. Base Ml. I
on sjulltn s. off alercer 4. Tmj.u t-i,
. . -. . i.irtr . .i .... . r. - " '"
'I .aecy i. mcubiic j. .iuctickj 1. uurxett L Pad
! . 1 Cfl. kit. rMtdhnfr t c., c. -T"
u - wiiix ur vuummw x. rnti i. &i.oien
By afullen 2 (Hempntib McCcralck). by kmtr
I 1 (McCormlck
hwi.kv w ilhniT !.. . ,4 . . .
?Pw?; SCH?iT??"-SiirVr,J-,J.0l,ai; u '
n'VrrSlJSeirtf? 'iS"? H JT1
a errors-Dctro.t L St. Louu x Left oa
basea-Detrolt E. St. Louis T. Struck oct-Br
V'TT '-..OooMe P'ara-Heldrielc and Anderson
1. IJemphlll and Andersen 1: Elbetfeld an,t Dil
lon 1: McGulrc and Catey L Will pltchea-Mallen
T. T.,me JSJ, One hour and fifty ralnntes.
Umrlre-O-Laugiilla. Attendance, tilt
TTrelve-Innlnjr Gamp In Afternoon
Full of Excitement.
Beaten. July t Baltimore's errors In tha
morning game proved costly. Dougherty
reaching first twic on mlsplay and scor
lrg each time. Attendanc. 1.7. Score:
Alt 1! f A K A1S.II.V.A.E.
DoSertr. If. 4 a 1 9 K-IIy. -f .. 1 " i 1 0
Colllnr. r. 4 'J 1 4 9 Selbach. If 4 1 1 0
r.Uhl. cl. . M M I V.-tir-nj, .Ii 4 t 2 4
Fric'n. if . II I M Mc;ai.n. ll 4 1 1 0
lj',h'c. lb 2 2i Pyn:)ur. rf 4 2 J c 0
Parent. .. 3 X 5 $ !tob"n. 4 1 J e 0
Kerrl. JO . 1 J 5 Ilre-n. 3S . 4 1 1 1 0
Warner, r 3 2 1 2 GHhr . z 2 2 I
Wtnteri. n. 3 i 1 a Shl'l.K n.. 3 16 I
TotaN ...572;5"r TotaN ..Mj fli
Boston a I 2 a 2 .. S
Jialtlnere 0 0 0 a-I
Earned tuns-IVston 2. IUit.n... i. Tw
base hits Warner 1. ilcGann 1. hetinflur L
Three-tase hits Freeman I. Atcriitr. n.t" I-a-ehanee
1. Stolen base Parent : loub' plir
iur a3u iiqfHrtMn j. ounerr. tvilixars. onci
ItcOann I. Struck out Dr Wlntr 1. f Shl'l
4. Time of Oame One hour and twenty minute.
With one out and one run needed to win
Selbach drcpjrd Freeman's long fly to lft
and Collin crossed the plate with the
winning run In the tw.elfth Inning. The
game was exciting throughout. Attend
ance. S.50O. Ccwp :
TVin.h.tv tec M
-. 4 !
' "oIHne. 2b.. .4 1 J 0
; ' SUhL CL....4 2 2 9
McGinn, lb. i
Robinson, e .S
Crcnln. p.... 4
t j-Teeman. rt 1 a o 9
Parent. .. S 1 3 1
I.-eanc.ll. 4 1 !
Krrrls. 2b... S 2 2 2
Tiger, c. . 4 1 J 1 6
Young, p.... 4 2 i 0
'Glearoa ... 1 0 a 0
TolaK....4 S13I W
Totals.. ...C IS 25 29 I
Batted for Yours In twelfth.
tone out whtn T-lnnlng run mitle.
Boston O0000300000 I J
Ualtrmore ... nooooojaooo i I
Earned rune Ita.t.rcore 4. Two-tae M's Sey
mour 1. Three-base hits Freeman 1, Ferria I.
Selbaeh L, Williams L McGann I. Seymour J.
Robinson 1. Saerifi-e hlta Collna 1, Siahl 1.
Lachanr j. Stol'n Mses Sermcur 1. IouMe
ptars Wllltairs. Orbert and Mcssn 1; nilrert
and McGann 1. Williams. Il'blnon and MrOann
1 First base on bills r. Crenln 2. piru-k out
Ey Tounr X bv Cronln 1 Time Two hours and
thirty minute. Fmrlre Connolly.
CHICAGO 103. CLEVELAD 22.
Afternoon Rome of High CInaa, Both
Ten ma Ploying Brllllnntly.
Chicago. July -L Wright w-ts wi!d and
fcatteil hard In the morning gamp, tic
champions winning a on'-slded contest. At
tendance. 5,t0J. Score:
1 Mranc. in. .2
cf S 2 3 0 1)
1 jocr. cf 4
r lira, rr.-, -J
LaJMe. 2b -4
Hickman. It. 4
Itemls. c 3
i i.n-1!. ib..4
! Kalr. 2a.... 4
Iatterson. p 4
Totils.....H 12 27 11
Totals 23 10 21 15 1
Batted fcr Wright la ninth.
Chlejgo . 110 5 0 2 0 0 .. 1
Cleveland .0 100010002
Lett oa bases Chleaao 7. Cleveland 7. Two
base hits Jones 1. Green L Berala 1. Hickman L
Three-base hits McFatland 1. Davis L Saerlflea
hits McCarthy L Stolen base Flick L Double
plar.-Dsty. Davis and Itbell 1: Darts. Daly
and Ibell 1. Struck out By Patterson I. by
M rlxht X ltaiea en fc.llw. . T.f.nun . nfr
Wright . Time On bcur and fifty minutes.
The afternoon game was of the highest
class, both teams playing brilliantly all
the time. Chicago won in a sensational
finish. With one out Strang singled and
Jones doubled. Green hit a sham erounder
1 Yi.0 "?" "3 lm,Th.J Vf- r.Jr
u"aStE2? 23E 4!,J.JM
i 10 uoennauer, wno tnrew Jones out at
tho wlnnlnc run by a three-beigger to cen
ter. Attendance. 10.100. Score:
Bar. ef. s I 1 o a
Strang, u.,.4 I I
Jone. cf....4 2 10
tlreen. rf....4 110
Baits. .. ..a 12 3
Slerte. lf...i 1 1 0
Isbell. tb-...2 0 15 1
Pair. 2b.. ...3 13 3
Sullivan. C..3 0 3 0
Garrtn. P-...3 Oil
lLMcFarl'd.1 0 0 0
iiaiccannv. ir.i 2 I
Flick, rf 4 o 2
qjlAjnle. 2b...4, 2 2
., ii;w1aii. III., w 1.
Bradley, lb.. 4 1 a
Gochnantr.s.4 2 1
Wood. c. 3 o 2
Bernhard. p. 4 1 1
Totals SS ltfttS 1 0
Ratted for Oarrln In nu.tn.
twinning run scored with two out.
Chicago 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Cleveland 1 10 0 0 0 0 0
Left on bass Chlcajro 2. Cleveland S. Two
base hit Uuls 1. Jones 1. Lajol 1. Bradley 1.
lhrre-base hl's Mertea I. Secrtftca bits Wood
1. IVoble plays Garvin. Daly and Isbell 1; Hick
man and llradler 1. Struck out By Garrtn L, tr
lternhard 2. Base en balls Oft Garvin U eff
Ilemaam L Wild pltcfcesGarvin L Time of
game one hour and thirty minutes. L'raplrt
ATHLETICS 312. WAslIIXCTOX lO.
Kelatrr Compelled to Retire on
count of Collision.
Philadelphia. July 1. The home club won
from Washington this morning In a pilch
era" battle. It looked like the visitors'
came until the sixth lnnimr. when the ln-
cals scor-d two runs through opportune
riming, aiaca Dy a Dase on Dans. Attend
ance. r.UiU. Bcore:
Ryin. ct... 2 1 1 0
Lvrle. rf....t 1 2 a e
Hails, lb 4
L. Cross. 5b. I
s-emeefc. c. .4
M. Cross. ..a
Keister. 2b. .3 0 S 2 0
Ctujcnun. Jj.: v x 0
Carey, lb.. ..4 1 II 0 0
Ely. s 4 0t40
Lee. If. 3 0 2 0 0
Clarks. C...2 1 1 1 e
Carrlck. p ..3 1 0 3 0
Drill I 0 0 v 0
Totals ...23 5 2110 el
..23 3 27 11 2
Bstted for Carrlck la ninth Inning.
Wasalnicton I0O00O00 -l
Philadelphia 0 0 0 0 0 2 1a .. 3
Earned ri'na Philadelphia X Two-base bits
Dcyie 1. L. Cross 1 aacilhc hlts-Kartsell 1.
allichell 1. Stolen bases Coughlln 1. M. Crsss L.
Double plays Mitchell. Davis and S-hrekenyst
1; Carrlck. Keister and Carrlck. 1; Mitckell. L.
Cross and Parts 1. Lrfit on base Dss.tingtcn .
l'BIdtlpnla . Kim bast ca ba!L Off ut;l;t
1. off Mitchell s. Bit by pitched ball Ryan 1.
U. 1 rcas 1 Ketsler 1. etruoc out By Mitcnell
3. Time of gam One hour and forty-five min
utes. I'mpires Catulh-rs and Johnstcn.
The afternoon game was a slugging
match, a ground rule aiding the batters.
Patton weakened niter the fcurth Inning,
allowing the locals to win. Keister and
Doyle collided while running Ttcr a fly
ball and the former was compelled to re
tire. Attendance. 14.462. Score:
Ryan, cf 3 1 I 0 0
Lrle. 2b.... S 2 3 S
Kelstcr. rf.-.3 o 0 0 0
HrllL rf 2 1 1
Fulta. cf 1
L. Cross. 2-i
M. Cross. s..3
coughlln. 1U4 2 2 11
Carey, it i :ii
Ely. s 4 1 J
Lee. If 4 2 0 0 1
Clarke, c 3 12 11
Patton. p..w4 0 0 0
Tetals 512 24 15 ;
Totals.. ...4.) 21 27 11 2
Washington 3 0 1 0 2 0 0 1 1 J
Philadelphia 0 0 b 1 a 0 S 0 t II
Eurnid run-WisMniten 4. PhTaJelpMa 5.
Two-uase hit Kran L, LKiyle 1. Carer 2. KIv 1
I CifiJ 2. Schrrek a. WaddeU 1. Home rues
Lee L ato.en basee Harte.l 1, l-ultr L, Doutle
p- j. Dotle and ta.ey 1: Carey (una'ilsttdl
1: M. Cross. Castro and Davis 1. Left on ba
Washington t. Phllsdslphta 7. First bis on ban?
iff latton 2. err Waade.l a. H.t bv pitched hall
Ryan 1. ftruvk out Bv Jattcn 1. by Waddelt
4. I'as'wAj balls-Clarke L Wlid pitches Wadddl
1. Time Two hsurs and tea mlautex. Empire'
Johnston and Car rut hers.
At Rock Island Rock Island Dtvenpor e.
At Cedar llaplds Itockford 4. Od4r Itaplda 2:
At Terre Haute Tetre Haut! . ErsrKville 2.
At Decatur-Bloomlngtoa 7. Decatur S.
At Terre Haute Evansvllls 1 Terr- Haute 0- .
At Davenpcrt Davenport 4. noc istvnd X 1
At Celar luplds Ceaar Rapids 4. Rocklord 2.
At Decatur Bloomlngton 4. Decatur 2.
3!otor-Paced Race at Boston.
Boston. July 4. Albert Champion anil Will Sim
son, in the twenty-five-rr.lle mitor-piced rare at
the Revere track this afternoon had a hot con
test K.r setentten tnt:s. whn Slinson Bad -punctured
tire. Champion was nearly a mils
ahead when Stlnscn started again and woa
easily. Time. 33 3.
At Nssnvllie Nashville 4. ChatUncoga 0.
At Atlanta Atlanta 6. Birmingham J.
At Little Rock-Uttle Jtcck . Shrcvepert I.
At Llttl- RckrLlttI Rock . Karevrport 4.
At NashvUliY-NasMllle 4, Chattacocga 0.
At Atlsnta Birmingham 19. Atlanta .
At New Orleans Memphis t. New nleans 2.
Milwaukee 80, Denver 30.
Milwaukee Wis.. Jslv t Hllw.nl.. innV
double-header from Denier this attcraxn. The '
rrst game was joneiiea 10 iiwaskr alter .
Denrer refused to ablds by the deelsloa of th
uu."t "T : rrr iwt6. Ai- i
waeke wasrunnlcr rrcn nrst to ssccal baso
Thtn 'l11 milntentlooallr interfered wtta
th second baseman. Denver Ucraanled tag
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TliT-iten b eiHed ont. tat th ump'r ile-Med
otherwise and Dnvr refus-d to rontlnu.
Tre se.ond gam was won th- m team
tbruui bunching r hits n ma fifth Inning
Atien.jir.ce. s.isJ. Score:
tU'1 ,3t3': It II. E.
tvi-ir 0 o 2 1
Milwaukee .., 0 l 2-J
- , .
name forfeited to llllwauk. 9 to .
ltatte-lrs-WMttrWsa atvl o 0ia-h
stea3 and 1.UCM.
ond rara.: R a
rien-.er e 0 10 0 2 3 9 0 i 3
Milwaukee 0 0 0 2 14 0 1 ..-S 4
luns-l WhlttrMs and O'Cmnelt; Swarro
stead and Lucia.
Kansas City " 5, Omnha S S.
Kansas City. i!a. July 4. Omaha went back
Into Its old place at the head ot the Vvej:
em League race by taking both ganv trvrn
K.or.va city tnU at-'rnoou. "he cl.lto.s p-Unaei
bcth Nlcbofa and Olftua hard and ,-i: up a far
superior name In the seld. ttr loiU jclnc a
big biulnrM In the error columa. he wtk w
Robtnvin at third and Hlckey it -mco.i.1 wa r.
poor In the opening conte't that thry were r.-it
allowed to oUy la th last gaae. tJeniru was
hit In the head by a ball la the first inning ana
forced to retire. Attendance. 4.SW. jeer:
First garre: n Jr a
Kansai. City 1 0 0 4J W J S
Omaha .... 0 2 0 10 3 0 - 1
llatterles-Brown and Gondlss: Glbain. Mes
attt and Moran.
Second game: R. H. E:
Oraaha -H C 2 0 0 0 0 0 -a " 4
Kansas city ' o u w i w .
Batterte-Owens and Gondln?: Nichols. Ms
sltt and Moran.
St. Paol T O. Minneapolis 11.
St. Paul. July 4. The alteroacn game with Min-neat-olla
was pUyed In tkls city, and Ferguson's
aupertor pitching at critical time?, wltn hits
when needed bv the local, caused the dereat of
the MlnneapoUuas. Attendance. 4.1SJ. Sea":
R, H. E.
St. Paul 2 0 0 12 0 2 0 .. t 3 2
Minneapolis 0 0010000 0-1 11 3
tzaltenes i ergusoa ana iicicci ijpuicv uu
ET'- MORNINQ GAME.
Mtnnearolla 0 0100000 l-j j 0
St. Paul 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-1 7 1
Batteries Katoll and Brers: Crtbblns and Hur
ley. Dea Molnea 3 C St. Joseph 4 O.
Des Moines. July 4. The locas won a double
header from St. Joseph to-day. Tha morning
game was closely contested, but the afternoon
contest waa oneorlded. tho home team winning
aaslly. Superior batting by the Des Molnea team
tells the rtory of both garne. Attendance
Morning. 2.200: afternoon. 2AX Scores:
Dea Moines .2 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1-S 11 2
St. Jorech 2 20000000 I 11 I
Batteries Barry. Feeny and Lobeck; MeFadden
R. H. E.
! Mclnes I 4 0 0 0 10 0 .. IS 1
St. Joseph O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Batteries Morrison and Hansen: Parrtn and
FOrRTH AMOSG MIXOR TEAMS.
Two Thousand Fans Saw Vlcksbnrsr
nnd Baton Rouge Play.
Vlcksburg. Miss.. July i. VIeksburg de
feated Baton Rouge In two games this
afternoon, the great double-header cele
brating the Fourth, being attended by 2.031
eager tans. The first game lasted ene hour
and thirty minutes, and the second was
played In one hour and forty-five minutes.
Mlllett and Mather wege on the line for
Baton Rouge the first, while Jack Aptoa
and Globe Trotter Billy Erle did the slab
work for the locals.
In the second game Tevls and Martin and
Sample and Karlc did the battery work
for the two teams. Home runs were
knocked by Earle. Ashton. Wills and
Swentz. The scores by Innings;
.. 1 11 4
0-2 4 1
Vlcksburg 2 0 0 0 10 0 0
Eaton llocge 0 0 0 0 10 10
,. IS 1 3
Vlcksturg ..0 0 4 0 1 7 C 0
Ilatn Rjura 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Manager Pender released Tevls to-night
and signed Howard Murphy. The team
left to-night to play the Chlckasaws at
Memphis to-morrow and Murphy will pitch
In his old home. Baton Rouge plays hero
Alton Defeats Mobcrly.
Allen defeated Moberly yesterday bv a acoro
ot 4 to 1 In a spectacular gams at Alton. Herr-a
pitching beins: a feature. Thirty men faced blm
In the course of the game and but six hits wr
ra'. Rlordan did well at baso runnlag and
Fairbanks performed well at the bat. The sum
mary: Alton 2 10 0 0 10 0 ..4 s' 0
Mobetly 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-1 S 2
Peoria 4 4, Colorado Springs 14 n.
Peoria. IlL,July 4. Peoria and Colorado Srr'rgs
broke even In a douM-heatfer here tn-!ay. the
visitors winning the first game with rare.
1'ecria playe.1 IL.tlet and ragged MIL Score
I H E-
Feorla 1 00021000 4 S 7
Colorado Springs.. 2 0 0 0 2 0 4 1 6 It 14 a
BallerlesMcGIII. Cox and Wilson: Newmeyer.
McNeely and Baerwald. Attendance. 1.00O.
Peoria 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 34 ' 2
Colorado Springs .0 1000011 03 J 1
Kalteries-Hart and Wilson: McNfely and
Dixon. Attendance. 2.500.
Qulncy. I1L. July 4. The St, Louis DIeia wen
frcm the Reserves to-day by a score of 4 to 3.
after one of the beat games of bisebal! ever seen
Litchfield. nL. July 4 Baseball here to-day
t-etweeo th- Sextons of St. Louis and the Litch
field nine resulted In a score of 2 to 4 la favor
ct the home team.
Paxton. I1L. July 4. Bloomtagton and Lod J
ramrvini lui w,n.,. vii mc .. wu, uniucuj
this afternoon, and Lcda won; score, a to 0.
Mount Verncn. HL. July 4. A game ef base
ball was clayed here to-day between Mount Ver
non ard a team frcm Breese. Mount Vernon won
by a score of 19 to 2.
Efanxoun. HL. July 4 with the score 10 to S
In favor of the Effingham team this afternoon.
the St. Elmo team made objection, to a declsloi
bv tte umpire ami refused to finlh tne game.
wnicn was loriencu .u ruutiMm or me umpire
) lot. A St. Louis amateur team playa her
Corslcsna. Tex.. July 4. In the league game
between Corstcara and Waco, the score waa i to
1 In favor of Cursleana. Batteries Yaeger aol
StubbleCeld: White and Clark.
Sprlnsfield. Mo July 4. Sprlngfeld won two
gamea from lola to-day. Scores: Mornlne gams
Springfield 7. Iola 3: atteracca game Spring
field t. Icla 4.
Mattocn. HI.. Julr 4 Mat toon and the Charles
ton Elka played before 2.000 people at tb Fair I
Grounds to-day. Mattoon won. 7 tn 0. Neither !
rUa score uatll the e'ghth Inning. Mosser struck 1
"it sixteen men an I allowed Charleston no hlis
TClnsir backstopptrg was a feature. Only four
hits were mad off Scott and Muchraore. Charles
ton's twtrlera- Preceeds of the gam were do
nated to th Federation of Charitv. A smoker
and dance wer glvea tha visiting Elks this even-
aiouna uity. aia-. juiys. Tne feTKTns & Dergs
team ot Rt. Joseph played th locals two mmes
to-cSy. Th. morng gaS. resSttea In insy
victory for Mound atr.Eccre, U toL The after-
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coon game was played with a little mora glsxsr
by the "visitors, but was not fast enough for tha
locals. The score waa 9 to 4 In favor of Mound
City. The visiters were entirely outclassed la
every ray. Batteries: Mound City Morning.
1 . ..... Y I.. ,riH.Mii Ttlllvee an.i T.iil. St
I Joseph Morning. Morlcg and Smith; afternoon.
Nevada. Mo.. July 4. Nevada again defeated
Sedalia to-day. The score: Nevada . Sedalla 6.
Batteries: Nevada Morton and Cheek: Sedaluv-.
Thomas. Curtis and Shrant.
Jefferson City. Ma. July 4,-JetIersoa City shut
out Fort Scott to-day. 1 io 0. tn ens ci tha best
games ever seen here. Lawtner. for Jefferson
city, won his own gam with a hit. Batteries:
Jefferson City Lawtaer and O'Halloran: Fort
Scott Gill and MoCre.
Lebanon, nu July 4. New Baden defeated
Letacon by tho score of c to 5. Errors In tha
sixth Inning netted tho visitors five runs. Bat
teries Brown and Devaney; Swarrs and Miller.
Cairo. HL. July 4. Baseball to-cay: Globes c4
St. Louis J. Cairo 4.
Moweaqua. I1L. July 4. Baseball here to-day
Decatur Barnttta 0. Moweaqua $.
Carlyle. HL. July 4 The baseball game la
Eretse this afternoon was an exciting contest.
It resulted: Breese Shamrocks X St. Cnarles.
Ma. 2. Batteries Glover and Frederick: Tounfi
Trenton. HL.' July 4 The Samraeraeld Bisebalt
Club defeated th Trenton Reds here to-day br
the score ot 11 to 3. The Nebraska Indiana ball
club play here to-morrow, and Trenton plays la
Carlv!. HL. July 4 Toe baseball gam here
this afternnon resulted: Carlyle 14. Greenville .
Batteries Ryan and Schlany: Howdjbusa and
Starts. I1L. July 4. Sparta defeated Waterloo
to-day by a score of 4 to 1. The feature of th
game was the pltcMnr of Fair of Sparta, who
allowed Waterloo but two hits. RalterlesT Water,
loo Erd and Adams. Sparta Fair and Bobbe.
Colllnsvllle. I1L. July 4. The Neb-aaka Ind'aa
Baseball Club de'eated the ColllnsvllI Reds this
afternoon at the No:ti End Park by a score ot 13
Nashville. HL. July 4. The Nashville club d
ftated the Tally Ho baseball team ot SC Louis In
a cne-sUed cont-st here to-day by a score cf 15
to 2. MaxwIl. Nashville's crack pitcher, was la
See form, allowing but tour hits. Ilia batting
was an additional feature, be making two sin
gle", n three-bagger and a home run. Catteries:
Nashville Maxwell and Crow. Tally Hos J.
Dunlap. Noonan. Byrnes and T. Danlap. Umpire
Cactcn. Mo., July 4. Canton and Bonaparte.
la., basel-all teams played two games her to
day. Score S to 2 and 6 to 3. both games la
Gllmore. Mo.. July 4. The Platte & Thorn
burgh Paint Company team defeated the Moscow
Mills. Ma . team at that place by the score ot
I lot Batteries Hotfman and Ltoycfr: DcbaSer
Herrlck. HL. July 4. Herrlck shut out th
Mcur.d city ot St. Louis to-day in the first, gam
of a series of three by a scute of 2 to 0. Bat
teries: Herrlck Langdon and Adama. Mound
city Tager and Cooney. Time of game Oca
hour aca fifty minutes. Umpire Dixon.
O' Fallon. UL. July 4. The O'Fallon Juniors
defeated the Hall juniors of St. Louis at th
trist eld Pars: to-day by th score ot 12 to L
Batteries: O'rallnn juniors iloldner and Rob
erts. Hall Junlois lttc Eawlnj and Vtatub.
O'P&uon. III.. July 4. The first team ef this
city uelcated the Quick Meala of bt. Louis at
. to East Side this sfiriroj.n by a score ot a to a.
Batteries: o'Kalloa Crajamer and Wallace. St.
Lucl Israel and Jutxe.
Itaneey. HU. July I. Fillmore defeated Ram
sey hero to-day after ten Innings. Score. II to a.
fcprlivgneld. III.. July 4. A seventen.lnnicr
gaine ot baeoail was piayeo to-o.ay Detween th
Y. ai. C. A. teams o
eonnmction wrlh th
the ssoe?stlon- Siir
being t to X Tn game was marked with
nurnoer ot brilliant piays.
Amntenr Baseball Notes.
T. M. C .V-'s defeated a team from the Unloa
Xt IT 1 titrrrh el toe Hiril oool crntmila In
Forest Iar yesterday afiemoon by the score e
The Westerns of Benetille defeated tb Mas
coutahs yesltrdiy ky a score ot U to 1. Cornelius
and Held -farruheu the Lattery work for th
Westerns, wnl.e Bttts and btaunton served tor
The schedule for to-day la the St. Louis Ama
teur League is the Bank ut Commerce versus th
Ttlp A Iltaes: the Clark Grocer Company ver
sus the MtlKr-Flavens and the Triple A Regu
lars versus the Office Men.
Tb Llbertys defeated the Koeders yestarday
by a score of 12 to 4. th feature being Newman's
pitching and aittlcg by Gallagher acd ""-T
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