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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY MORNING. JULY 13, 189T.
In the World of Sports.
BASE BALL GAMES
Toronto Wins Two Holiday Games from
PROVIDENCE TIED WITH SCRANTON
Thi) Chnmplons Had an Vasy Tlmo
with tho Stnrs mid Arc in l'iflli
l'lnco with tho PIIiicrs--Uoclicstor
Cot Only Ono Hun nt Springfield.
Haiti Prevented tho Scrnnton-IJuf-fnlo
Providence p Syracu5e 3
Springfield 9 Rochester- 1
Toronto 2a Wllkes-Bsrre 7
Toronto 11 Wllkes-Uarre 4
Buffalo at Scranton. rain.
P. W. L. P.O.
13uffalp 01 41 22 .CiO
ISvracusa OS 39 27 .591
Springfield C3 33 23 .5.V1
Toronto 04 33 29 .617
Scranton ES 2S 2S .BOO
l'rovldenco 64 3Z SI .5W
Rochester CI 23 41 .o.'.9
Wilkcs-Earro 69 1G 43 .271
BUFFALO AT SCRANTON.
iviLKi:s-iunniB at Toronto.
SYRACUSE AT PROVIDENCE.
nOCHHOTEut AT SPRINGFIKLD.
Wilkes-Hnrre's Very Poor Showing.
Toronto, Ont., July 12. Toronto defeat
ed Wllkes-linrre tvvlco this afternoon In
l'ollow fashion. The visitors were short
of pitchers and brought In Dctts from
the Held In tho tlrst game. Ho was batted
hnrd and the Torontos had no illfTi
cults In winning. IJetts did not receive
pood support. Williams was by no means
u puzzle, being; touched up safely six
teen times. Tho visitors started In to
bat haul In the second game, making
fllx hits off Norton In the llrst two In
j.ings. After that, however, ho kept them
w.11 scattered. Scoro:
SCRANTON PLAYERS' AVERAGES.
On July 0 Tho Trlbuno published tho batting and fielding average of tho Scran
ton cJuh tip to and Including that date. Slnco then thcro huvo been thteo Banes
with Tormto and ono with "Wllkca-ltarrc. During tho week Walters showed tho
greatest Improvement In lilttinp. Ho Inci cased his average .026 per cent, nnd nd
anccd from seventh to ftKirth placo on tho team. Uonr.er Incieased ,010 per cent.,
Wellncr and Heard, .00S per cent, Mcuney fell oft .022 per cent, from first place to
sixth. Boyd lost .01G per cent., Mastey, .003 per cent., Glinson nnd Magulrc, .003 per
cent, each nnd O'Brien tho Insignificant amount of .001 ptr cent. Kngan has not
played slnco tho figures wcro laBt publlshf-d and so his averages remain unchanged.
Tho club's fielding record continues' to bo remarkibly good Tho lowest avciago
Is tho .919 of Magulrc. Ills percentage li high for tho position he occupies and was
exceeded last year by only four thlrd-baai men. Two of these wcro Levvco and
Harrington who played In but 19 nnd lfi games respectively.
Altogether tho figures nro better than those possessed by any club In the Ueastern,
the batting and, fielding averages considered Jointly, and It Is qulto likely that no
club In tho league excels tho Miners In hitting.
I Tribune Wants
i RETURNS. TRY 'EM.
Oms. lA.B. B. IT. O. A. E. Avg.
50 23fi 45 KS 137 1ST 28 .372
I) 3ti 13 1 43 2 .31
4 182 41 107 0 7 .357
21 M 29 33 V, 0 0 .333
K! 2iXS 50 li 112 15 11 .330
22 SS lfi 30 -If. tl 2 .311
13 2 1 3 0 0 .333
VI 218 311 T3 K9 23 21 .RIO
r.6 231 4'J S3 130 212 22 .323
21 97 11 23 90 27 3 .2RS
W. 2J4 32 07 78 12S 18 .234
.-8 131 19 32 153 47 8 .211
15 51 !l 9 3 3(5 2 ,lt7
IS 50 (i 9 C 21 1 .101
17 53 7 .9 2 S3 1 .lfo
Pitchers' Record. Team Piny.
v. w. l. s.o. p.c. 11, it. n.
Harper 13 8 7 57 .633 Scranton 37 013 131
Olllon 15 8 7 33 .03.1 Opponents 324 495 155
Jlorso 17 9 8 33 .029
Wellncr 9 3 C 18 .333 13 140 21
A.B. R. H.
Belt's, p ,
Goeckel, lb. .
Digging, c. ...
Gondltig, o. ..
C. Smith, 3b.
Totals 43 7 IB 27 13
A.B. R. II.
McGann, lb. ..
Mcllnlo, cf. ...
Freeman, rf. ..
Dr. Smith. 3b.,
Williams, p. ..
game, Bnun held tho Stars down to flvo
hits, nnd shut them out until tho ninth
Inning. Provldenco did good team work
with tho stick. Tho three enora wcro on
hard hit balls Score:
A.B. R. II. O. A. E.
Wclgand, 2b 0 2 13 4 0
Lyons, cf 5 112 0 0
Knight, If 5 114 0 0
xon, c G 0 4 3 1 0
Drauby, lb 3 0 1 11 0 0
Cooney, js 5 1 2 1 C 0
Bassott, 3b 52 1 1 0 0
Murray, rf 4 2 3 2 0 0
Braun, p 3 0 10 2 1
Totals 41 9
Eagan, 2b 1 1
Garry, cf 4 0
Smith, 3b 3 1
I.ezotte, rf 2 0
Karl, lb I n
Bannon, If 4 0
Schlebeck, es 3 0
Ryan, u i 0
Malarkey, p 3 0
Shaw 1 1
15 27 13
Totals 43 22 23 27 10 2
Toronto 0 0 7 19 0 2 0 0-22
Wllkes-Barre .... 10122001 0-7
Earned runs Toronto, 13; Wllkes-Barre,
4. Two base hits Williams, Dr. Smith,
White, Mottenus. Betts. Three base hits
Snyder, 2; Lush, 2. Home run Free
man. Stolen bases Mcllale, 2; Lush,
White, Freeman. Double plays Lush,
Tnlor and McGann; Lush, McGann;
Shannon, McMnhon and Goeckel. First
base on balls-Off Williams, 2; oft Betts,
7. Hit by pitcher Dlggins. Struck out
By Williams, 2; Betts, 2. PaBsed balls
Snyder. Left on bases Toronto, 6;
L Time 2.00. Umpire-
A.B. R. II.
Bottenus, If 3 3 2
Shannon, 2b 5 0 3
O'Donnell, p 4 0 1
Goeckel, lb 4 0 0
Daly, rf 3 0 0
Meaney, cf 3 0 2
Goudlng, c 4 11
iMcMahon, ss 3 0 0
Smith, 3b 3 0 0
Totals 31 3 G 27 13 2
Shaw batted for Ltzotto In ninth.
Providence 1 0 0 2 0 11 10-9
Syracuso 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3-3
Earned runs Providence, 3; Syiacuse, 1.
Two-base hltr Bassett, Drauby. Threo
baso hits Braun, Dixon, Shaw. Sacrifice
Tilth Lions, Braun. Stolen bases Mur
ray. Daublo plays Schlebeck, Eail;
Cooney, Welgand, Drauby. First baso
on balls Off Hiaun, 2; off Malarkty, 4.
Struck out By Braun, 3; by Malarkej, 1.
Wild pitch Malarkey. Time-2 03. Um
Boston 8 Cleveland. 3
New York 8
Chicago .. .. 13
St. Louis 5
Totals 32 4
9 27 13 1
McGann, lb ,,
McHalr, cf ....
Freeman, rf ..
Dr. Smith, 3b
Norton, p ....
Toronto ,, 3 0
Wllkes-Barre 1 2
1 3 C
0 0 1
Toronto, 7; Wllkes-Barre,
lilts M-Hale, Freeman
Shannon. Throe-base hit Casey Homo
run Fit'tmnn. Stolen bases Mcllale,
Casey. Donblo plays llcllale, Casey; Mc
Hale, Talor, First baso on balls Oif
Norton, 5; off O'Donnell, 2. Hit by pitch
er McGann, 2; Bottenus. Struck out
By Norton, 1; bj O'Donnoll, 4. Passed
btU Casey, 1; Gondlngl. Left on bases
Toronto, 4; Wllkes-Barre, 7. Sierlllco
hit MoMahon Time 1,10, Umpire
V.asy for Springfield.
Springfield, Mass.. July i2. The Ponies
made very easy work of Rochester to
day. Becker held the homo team down
for five Innings then weakened. Pop
fimith made his debut as an Eastern
league umpire, and did faltly satlsfaotory
A.B. R. H. O. A. E.
Fuller, ss 4 1 1 B 5 0
Green. If 4 10 3 0 0
Schefller, rf. G 1 3 4 0 C
Brnuthers, lb I 0 1 r 0 0
Itcgers, 2b 4 2 0 : 0 I'
Gilbert, 3b 5 14 2 2 0
Smith, cf 4 10 4 0 0
Nichols, c Slllii
Mains, p 4 10 0 3 0
Boston 03 4S
Cincinnati 01 41
Baltimoro 02 41
New York 62 39
Cleveland 01 31
Brooklyn C3 34
Pittsburg CI 29
Philadelphia 07 30
Chicago (A 2S
Ixmlsvllle 02 2
Washington 02 21
!t. Louis C3 13
Boston at Cleveland.
Brooklyn nt Chicago.
New York at Cincinnati.
Philadelphia at Louisville.
Baltimoro at St. Louis.
Washington at Pittsburg.
Glori of Sucknlcxis Is Coin;;.
Cleveland. O.. July 12. Sockalexls' mis
erable work In light field was respon
sible for six of tho Bostons' eight runs
today, while n clobe decision by Sheri
dan took two runs from tho Clevclands.
Cleveland 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 02 7 2
Boston 01 04 3000- 8 9 1
Batteries. Young, Clnrko and Crlger;
Nichols nnd Bergen. Umpire Shcildan.
At St. Louis- R II.E.
Baltimoro 0 0 0 10 113 3-911 3
St. Louis 1002 00020-5 7 2
Batteries Corbett and Clarke; Carsey
and Douglass. Umpire Hurst.
At Pittsburg- R.H.E.
Pittsburg 031000011612 4
Washington 2 0 2 0 0 5 0 2 2-1313 5
Batteries Klllen. Hastings and Sugden;
Mercer and Farrell. Umpire Emslle.
At Cincinnati R II.E.
Cincinnati 0 0 0 2 0 10 0 2-5 8 2
New York 0 00310130-8 14 1
Batteries Rhlnes and Vaughn; Ruslo
nnd Warner. Umplre-O'Day.
At Louisville RII.E.
Louisville. 0 0 3 13 111 0-10 15 1
Philadelphia 0 0 0 0 113 2 0-711 6
At Chicago- R.H.E.
Chicago 2 0 C 1 0 1 3 0 -13 15 4
Brooklyn 2 0 0 0 2 3 2 0 0915 1
Batteries Friend and Donohue; Payne,
McMahon and Grim. Umpire McDonald.
John li. Sullivan to umpire the Scran-toti-Rochos?tor
game In this city Satur
day. The deal Is provisional upon the
Rochester club's acceptance of tho
usual $100 guarantee nnd a waiving' ot
tho 40 per cent, privilege.
As far as Sullivan Is concerned, the
agreement with him Is closed provided
the Rochester owners agree to name
the percentage. They will probably do
this In view of tho fact that when Cor
bett played recently In Rochester
against Syracuse, tho latter received
only the Kuarantee. Manager Gilllln
was trying- by wire to arrange, the
matter of lecolpts with Manager Weld
man, of the Rochester club, last night
and Wcldman finally icrtuested that It
he settled with Picsldcnt Ihisleit.
Manager Grlllin wrote tho latter and
will probably receive a reply by tele
graph duilnir today.
Sullivan Is not by any means an ex
pert umpire hut he poss.es.sc5 more than
a fair knowledge of tho game. In
view of the leports of the once great
fighter's reform he ought to attract
several thousand of his lormcr admir
ers to Athletic park.
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Buffalo heie today
Wellner nnd Boyd
McCreery mado three homo runs out of
four times at bat In yesterday's Louisville-Philadelphia
Herman Doeschor, another of tho t-ev-cial
good umpires, who liavo been
knocked to death by piejudlced wrlteis,
outdated at Toionto jesterday.
Tom O'Rourke, tho old Boston catcher,
who Is now In the hotel business In New
York city, iecent'.y saw Joe Corbett pilch
a game for tho Baltlmorcs. "That young
fellow," said O'Rourke, "reminds mo viv
idly of John Clarkson when ho llrst Joined
the Chlcagos. Ho looks like Clarkson,
walks like him, and pitches with almost
tho umo style." '
Tho Mlneis would have presented a
crippled team against tho Bisons yester
day, so It was probably just as well
that It rained. It was thought that Eag
.11 could return to left Hold though hu
has not by nny means recovered from
tho Jolt he received at Springfield, and
Bonner would havo played with only
nlno of his ten fingers. This valuablo
pair will hu In better shape today.
Tho only member of the New Yorks
who won the leaguo and world's cham
pionships in 1SS9 now playing in tho No
tional league Is Mike TIernan. Ewln 's
manager of tho Cincinnati, BUI Biovvn
and Pat Murphy have sunk Into oblivion,
Keefe Is umpiring In tho Eastern league,
Welch Is 1 mining a saloon In Holyoke,
Ed Crano Is dead, Tltcomb has retired,
Connor Is playing in Fall River, Danny
Richardson Is In business In Elmlra,
Waid Is piaetlclng law, Whitney Is ,t
Lowell, O'Rourko Is managing the Bridge
port team, and Gore is living In New
York city Jim Mutrlo Is living quietly
on Stnten Island.
Says tho Syracuso Standard: "Tho
Eastern leaguo Is having moro troublo
than usual with umpires. Jim Knovvies
was run out by a unanimous vote. Gnff
ney went wrong. Wllkes-Barro nnd Buf
falo got Gruber off tho list. Syracuso
was the principal kicker against Ken
nedy, who has been given his leave. Down
In Scranton they are kicking on Swait
wood, whom they call tho worst of tho
lot." Tho Standard will havo to explain
who are meant by "they" heforo tho final
sentenco lu the foregoing Is correct.
Svvartwond Is not by nny means better
than Gnffney, nor Is any umpire In the
hutlness. if tho sentiment of tho majority
Is considered, but hu Is, In our opinion,
the second best on tho Eastern leaguo
staff, Scranton has been unfortunate In
most of tho games which Svvartvvood
has umpired, but this has not been duo
to any incompetency or yellow work on
bis purt. Ho has umpired good hall, and
Scranton has labored under a hoodoo In
Lver gamo over which he presided.
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.SO 9 10 27 11
A.B. R. II.
Bhannon. as. ,, 4 0 0
Lvnch, If 4 0 1
Bhearon, rf 4 0 0
Fooley, lb ,,., 2 0 0
Rlchter, cf 4 0 1
Mulvey, 3b 3 0 0
Jlcnry, 2b 4 13
llakcr, o, 4 0 0
Dec leer, p ,. 1 0 0
At Newark- R.H.E.
Newark 2 0 10 0 0 10 0-711 2
.Reading 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0-2 5 4
Ilatterles Johnstono and Ztarfosa; Mc
Mackln and narckley. Umpire Hums.
At Philadelphia R.H.E.
Athletics 000101100-3 7 1
Richmond 0 0 2 0 0 0 10 14 0 2
RatterleB Ames and F. Schaub; Ches
bro and Foster. Umpire Snyder.
At I'aterson R.H.E.
Paterson 1 0 2 0 1 2 1 0 7 12 4
Norfolk 0022000 10-5 11 3
Batteries Flaherty and Westlake; ills
hop and Snyder. Umpire Hotts.
At Lancaster Lancaster - Hartford
gamo postponed rain.
Totals 30 i G 27 14 6
Springfield 1 010021220
Rochester 0 000100001
Sacrifice hit Brouthers. Btolen bases
Fuller, Schclller. RogerB. Two baso hit
Lynch. First base on balls-Off Mains,
3; oft, Becker, 4. Struck out By MalnB,
1; Becker, 4. Hit by pitcher By Mains,
t. Double plays Mains, Fuller, Drouth
frs; Gilbert, Fuller and Brouthers; Shear
on and Dooley, Wild pitches Becker, 2.
Time 2.00. Umpire Smith.
Ilrnun Citvo Only Tour Hits.
Providence, R, I July 12. Provldenco
defeated Syracuse today In a. well played
Ynlcott Wnnts to right.
Sporting Editor of Tho Tilbune.
Sir; In reply to my chnllenge In a
Sundny papeis It was stated by one of
this city's fighters that I was a, coun
terfeit. If I am, why don't some of tho
locals In my class come out and accept
my challenge? They can put the best
lu the county or state ngalnst mo and
I vv 111 prove that I am his superior In a
limited number of rounds.
Colored Featherweight Champion of
Scranton, Pa., July 12.
Griiro Ilnsthu Rest of It.
Philadelphia, July 12. One of tho
fastest fights between lightweights ever
seen In this city took place tonight at
the Arena between young Grlffo and
Owen Zeigler. The bout lasted six
rounds and at tho end of It Grlffo seem
ed to havo slightly the better of Zeigler.
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ACADEMY OF HUSIC,
JULY U, IS AND 16,
CONTINUOUS POOL MATCH
Tor the Championship of tho World,
Jeronn K. Keogb. and Wra. II. Clearwater,
Of Scranton. Of Pittsburg, Pa.
ADMISSION, Qn Cents. Reserved Seats,
60 Cents. Gamo Called at R O'clock.
SITUATION WANTED BY IJOY 17
years of age; would lllto to work In storo
or learn a trude. Address J. J. W., Dun
SITUATION WANTED-BY A GENERAL
i blacksmith; good journeyman; seven
experience; will work at reasonablo
Auaress r.ivii, inuune omce.
MPLOYMENT WANTED - FIRST
class baker, worked 12 years In New
xora; i-renciiana Vienna ureaa a specialty.
GREAT CUHAN CIGAR FACTORY. UJ1
QITUATION WANTED TO GO OUT
O washing tho tlrst part of the week; wash
lugs tuken home also. Cull or address L. R,
334 North Sumner avenue.
QITUATION WANTED-AS COOK AND
O laundress or general housework. Cuu
lvo good reference. Can sleep home. Ad
riKB, fiUll Luckaw annn avenue, MRS. EL
SITUATION WANTED-I1Y A YOUNG
O lady as housekeeper; with reference
Address, care MISS C, 1IIIOWN, Uox 41, Old
Forge, Lackuwunna County, Pa.
Talking about wheels thnt
ORIENT wheel with the pitch line
chain, is by fur the best ot wheels
jIISCH sells mm
also u complete Hue of me
dium priced wheels.
For Sporting Goods go to 324
Spruce street, in Hotel Jermyn.
222 WYOMING AVENUE
REDUCTION IN PKICC OF GAS,
and tho Hyde Park Gas Co.
In uccordunce with the policy of these com
panies to reduce rates from time to time, as
may bo warranted by Increased consump
tion, notice Is hereby given thut on and utter
July 1st next, the price of gas will be One
Dollar and Twenty Cents per one thousand
cubic feet consumed, subject to the follow Ing
discounts; Five per cent, on all bills, where
the consumption for the month amounts to
less tllun twenty-rlvo dollurs; ten por cont.
on all bills wheiethe consumption for the
mouth umouuts to twenty-five dollars and
upwurds. Provided the bill Is paid on or be
fore the 20th day of the month lu which tho
bill Is presented.
Ily Order of tho Board.
a. II. HAND. Secretary.
Scranton, Pa., Jllue -J J St., 181)7.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
WANTED-PERMANENT POSITION BY
a first-class harber, of good habits; or
will work us a relief. Address, Anxious to
work," G. R. C., this olllcn.
V men boarders.
Central location. Sur
roundings llrst-class. Meals prompt! but
must And their own umusements. To such.
u good home can be found by addressing X.,
ON TUB MOVE. SO ARB
GOHSIAD'S TRUNKS S BIGYGLE SUITS
Prices Right. 300 Lackn. Aye,