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THE SCRANTON TRIBTJNE--TIT.URSDA.Y MORNINGr. JULY 15, 1897.
In ihc World of
BASE BALL GAMES
Fast to Fifth
SCRANTON AND BUFFALO EACH WIN
Jllngulro's Error Probably Iiost tlio
First tin mo nnd the llisons Cnino
Nearly to Uagging tlio Second.
Syracuse nnd rrotldcnco JMvlde
IIonors.-Thcro Wcro No Other
Huflalo o Scranton 3
Scronton 11 Hultalo 6
Syracuse a Providence. 3
Providence 7 Syracuse 8
Rochester at Sprlnglleld. wet grounds.
P. W. L. P.C.
..'fcuffnlo 67 43 21 M2
Syracuso 68 40 28 .CSS
.Sprlnpflelcl M 35 2S .B5G
Toronto1 I 38 2D .Kl
Scranton K 39 20 .GOS
Providence OJ 33 3J .500
Rochester 61 23 41 .3C9
Wllkos-Uarro .'..... W 16 41 .267
" " ' ' " Today's Gomes.
Rochester at scranton.
SYRACUSE AT WILKRS-UAnnn.
TORONTO AT SFIUNOFIELT).
1UIFFALO AT POVIDENCE.
THEY BROKE EVEN.
Mogulre's Error Gave Buffalo the First
GameThe Miners Batted
Out the Second.
The Miners nnd tlio Bisons broko
even In a double bill yesterday after
noon. Bcflrd was hit on the left elbow by
a pitched ball In the first lnnlns of the
flrft game and was obliged to retire.
This accident made a serious break
In the team's make-up and crippled lta
hlttlns, else the itinera might hive
bagged both games.
With two out In the third Innlnir of
the first game Grey walked and Fields
singled. Magulro fumbled Wise's easy
grounder and on. the error the game
was lost. With the bases full, a sin
gle, a walk, a single and Boyd's error
netted flvo runs which was sufficient to
win the game. A second error by Ma
gulro In the eighth permitted the Bis
ons to score again.
The game was void of any "brilliant
tilavinsr. Souder's ?low ball was Just
the thing to puzzle the locals. They
could not bunch their hits on him.
Massey's base on balls and steal and
Gunson's single scored one In tho sec
ond. Ounson cot a run In the fifth on
Barry's wild throw to first and Morse's
single. Ir. tho eighth Eagan hit for
two bases and camo in with the third
and final run on Bonner's single. Score:
A.B. R. TI. O. A. K.
O'Brien, rf 9 4 0 0
Walters, cf 4 0 1
Beard, us 0 0 0
Boyd, rf 3 0 0
Bagan, If 4 11
Bonner, 2b 4 0 3
Massey, lb 3 12
Mngulre, 3b 4 0 0
Ounson, c 4 12
Morse, p 4 0 1
Totals 1 3 10 27 13
Clymcr, cf 4 0 0
Grey, if 2 1 1
Field, lb 6 12
WIfce, 2b u 1 0
Gllboy. If 5 2 3
Greminger, 3b 2 1 0
Barry, ss 4 0 1
Urquhart, a 3 0 1
Soudcrr, p ., 4 0 0
Totals 31 C 8 27 13 1
Buffalo 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 1 06
Scranton 0 10 0 10 0 1 0-3
Earned runs Scranton, , Two-baso
nits Bonner, Eagan, Field. Stolen bases
Mnssey, Bovd. Double plays Magulro
tunaBslted); Magulro to Bonner to Mas
fey; Mnssoy to Bonnor to Massey; Wise
to Barry; Wlso (unassisted). First bas
on ball Off Morse, 6; off Souders, 2. Hit
by pitched ball Beard. Struch out By
Morso; by Souders, 2. Passed ball Oun
hon. Left on bases Scranton, 8; Buffalo,
Sacrifice hits Walters, Orey. Time-
Umpire Swart wood.
THE SECOND GAME.
Th-i hitting cf Walters, Grlflln, Mtts
f( y, Bonner and Kagan was chiefly re
sponsible for tho Miners' victory In the
6-cond game, though Fields' error had
much to do with the four runa In the
flxth. Gray wns very easily found for
singles and doubles when opportunity
to bcore was offered.
Jn the eighth Buffalo made five runs
find the score 6-8 against them. They
did this off Harper's two bases on
balls and four hits for six bases, but
In tha loet half of that inning singles
by Walters and GrlfTIn, Eagan's double
nnd Bonner's slnglo earned threo runs
und made the game safe
.. 4 1
O'Brien, ts .
Griffin, rf ..
Eagan, If 5
Bonner, 2b -5 0
Mnrsey, lb 5 0
Magulro, 3b 4 1
Boyd, c 3 1
Harper, p 2 1
Total 38 11 16 28 U
Barry out for not touching second.
A.B. R. II. O. A.
Clymcr, cf 4 113 0
I'.ifiy; rf 3 1110
Fields, lb 6 12 5 1
WUe, 2b 4 0 0 6 3
Gllboy, If 4 12 3 0
Gwminger, 3b 4 0 12 1
Barry, hb 4 0 2 13
Zahuer, c 4 0 13 1
Oty, P 4 2 10 3
Total 36 6 It 24 12 2
Buffalo 0 01000050 6
Scranton 3 0 0 0 14 0 3 x It
Earned runs Scranton 4, Buffalo 3.
Two-base hits Bonner 2; Grlflln, Eagan,
Barry, Gllboy. Three-baae hlts-Grem-Inger.
Stolen bases Boyd. Double plays
Grlflln to Massey; Magulro to Massey;
Wlso to Fields. First base on balls OR
Harper 3: off Gray. Hit by pitched ball
OlBrlen. Boyd. Struck out By Harper 2;
by Gray, Passed palls Boyd, Left on
bunes Scrunloa 7, Buffalo 6. Bacrlflco
hlta Harper. Time 1.60. Umpire
Broke Kron nt Providence!
Providence, R. I., July ll.-Provldcnco
and Syracuse broke even today. The
flrt same, Tvltb Hodson pitching for
Provldenco ana Willis for Syracuso was
very closo and Syracuso was lucky to
get awny with It. They bunched hits
with a couplo of errors In tho seventh In
ning nnd got three runs which gave them
tho victory. 'Rudderham held tho Stars
down to thrco hits In tho second gnmo and
tho Grays batted Kissinger for a dor.oii
and won on tho batting-, dcore:
First game .
A.B. R. H. O. A.
Welgnnd, 2b 4 0 3 4 0
Lyons, cf & 0 0 1 0
Knight, If 4 0 14 1
Dixon, u 4 1 1 6 1
Drauby, lb 3 0 2 4 1
Cooney, m 3 0 0 11
Iiassett, 3I 4 12 3 3
Murary, rf 4 112 0
Hodson, p 3 0 0 0 1
ISraun 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 31 3 9 2-1 8
Egan, 2b 1 1
Oarry, cf 3 1
Smith, 3b 4 0
Lczottf, rf 4 0
Ear), lb 4 1
Bannon, If 4 0
Sohlobeck, si 4 '1
Shaw, c 3 1
Willi, p 3 0
Totals 30 5 7 27 10 3
Braiin batted for Hodson In ninth.
Provldenco 0 0110010 0-3
Syracuso 0 0 110 0 3 0 x 5
Earned runs Providence, lj Syracupo, 1.
Two-baso hits Murray, Weifrancl, Has
sett, Schlebeck. Sacrifice hits Cooney,
Oariy. Home run Earl. Stolen base
I)lon. Double play Kagan to Earl.
Base on balls Oft Hodson, 3; off Willis,
3. Struck out-By Hodson, 2; by Willis, 2.
Time 1.40. Umpire Keefc.
A.B. It, II.
Welgand, 2b C 0 1
Lyons, Cf S 0 0
Knight, If 5 0 0
Dixon, c 4 2 2
Drauby, lb 3 12
Cooney, fs 4 2
Hassett, 3b t 1
Murray, rf 4 1
Rudderham, p 4 . 0
Totals 3S 7 12 27 IS
Eagan, 2b 3 1
Oarry, cf 3 0
Smith, 3b 4 0
Lezotte, rf 4 0
Earl, lb 4 0
Bannon, If 4 0
Sohlobeck, &s 3 0
Ryan, c 3 0
Kissinger, p 3 1
Totals 31 2 3 27 10 1
Providence 0 0 0 10 5 0 1 07
Syracuso 1 0 10 0 0 0 0 02
Earned runs Providence, 3. Two-baso
hits Drauby, Murray, Bassett. Three
base hit Murray. Stolen bases Welgand,
Lezotte. Double plays Bannon to Ryan
to Smith. Bases on balls Off Rudderham,
2; off Kissinger, 2. Struck out By Rud
derham, 3; by Kissinger, 3. Passed balls
Ryan. Wild pitch Rudderham. Time
1.40. Umpire Keefe.
Cleveland 8 Boston 13
New York 6
P. W. L.P.C.
Boston C3 16 19 .703
Cincinnati 63 43 20 .653
Baltimore 63 42 21 .667
New York C3 3S 25 .603
Cleveland 66 36 30 .545
Philadelphia 70 33 37 .471
Brooklyn 67 31 36 .403
Pittsburg 63 30 31 .402
Chicago CS 29 39 .426
Loulsvillo 04 20 SS .406
Washington 64 23 39 .391
St. Louis 66 13 53 .197
Baltlmoro at Chicago.
Washington at Cincinnati.
Brooklyn at Cleveland.
New York at Louisville.
Boston nt Pittsburg.
Philadelphia at St. Louis.
At Cincinnati R.H.E.
Cincinnati 0 0 0 0 3 2 3 3 -ll 12 2
New York 0 1 5000000 6 U 2
Batteries Dwyer, Dainman and
Vaughn; Mcekln and Wilson. Umpire
At Pittsburg R.H.E.
Pittsburg 000001000-1 3 3
Washington 4 0 6 0 2 0 0 1 2-13 IS 1
Batteries Gardner, Hughoy and Sug
den; Mercer and Farrell. Umpire Emslle.
At Louisville- R.H.E.
Philadelphia 10 0 2 2 12 0 21015 2
Louisville 3 010 00001-5 9 5
Batteries Evans and Wilson; Wheeler
and Clements. Umpire Lynch.
At Cleveland R.H.E.
Cleveland 12 10 0 2 0 0 0-1820 3
Boston 20 221 100 4-12 1 2
Batteries Powell and Crlgcr; Klobe-
dunz, Stlvetts and Bergen. Umpire
At Chicago R.H.E.
Chicago 020100103-7 9 3
Brooklyn 0 0 0 13 9 0 2 01517 3
fBatterleo Denier and Donohue; Dunn
and Burrell. Umpire McDonald.
Corbctt tlio Attraction.
Philadelphia, July 14. James J. Cor
bctt was the star attraction at the Phil
adelphia ball park this afternoon. A
doublo hill between tho Athletics and
Richmond teams being tho side show.
Corbett did not appear In, the first game,
which retulted In an eleven-Inning tlo
and was etopped In order to begin the
second contest. The second game wa3 a
ten-Inning tie. Corbett mado a scratch
hit and had one error. Attendance, 4,500.
First game R.H.E.
Athletics 002030 10000-6 12 2
Richmond 0 0 0 0 3 12 0 0 0 0612 0
Batterle3 Garvin and Fox; Smith and
Second game R.II.D.
Athletics 10000000001 6 1
Richmond 000000 0 1001 6 3
Batteries Conn and Fox; Lever and Fos
ter. Umpire Snyder.
At Paterson 'R.H.E.
Paterson 0 0 0 2 0 0 02 4 1
Norfolk 0 00300 14 5 3
Batteries Jones and Smlnk; Nowton
and Snyder. Umpire Burns.
At Newark R.H.E.
Newark 4 03000 310 11 0
Reading 0000 10 01 C 1
Batteries Carrlck arid A. Rothfuss;
Herndon and Barckley. Umpire Betts.
At Lancaster First gamo lt.Il.E,
Lancaster .....511109120-4:022 1
Hartford 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 3 0 C 8 2
Batteries Sprogcl and Roth; Fry, Ber
ry nnd Roach. Umpire Mace.
Second game R.H.E.
Lancaster 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0-5 12 2
Hartford 3 01000100 1-0 13 2
Batterlefl Yeager, AVcet and "WVntoj
Oastrlght and Roach. Umpire Mace.
Doescher will be here to umpire.
Glllon and Gunson will bo tho bat
tery. The Miners have won four out of nine
Rochester begins a three-day series
hero this afternoon.
Manager Grltlln has been 8 time ftt
bat and made five hits. Ho has. an
average of .G25 nnd has scored 5 runs.
In Mamilro's four times at bat In
the first gamo ho had an opportunity
to help bat In five runs "but In each ln
stnnco ho failed.
Poor coaching In tho second gamo
made Bonner run on a fly to Wise.
There was hut ono out nnd Bonner
was nearly to third when Wise caught
tho ball and throw It to flr&t, making
a double play.
Unless Glllon wins hl game today
Harper will be the Miners' winning
pitcher. They have won nlno out of
10 games with him In the box. Glllon
has won S and lost 7; Morse has won
nlno nnd lost nine.
The Bisons probably lost nothing on
TSnrry being declared out for not touch
ing second. There was ono out at tha
time nnd 5?nhner fanned. Barn had
reached third on a lly that was badly
misjudged by Kagan.
HUQIIEY JENNINGS' FACE.
The Pluckv Shortstop Pnys n Comp.
to His Own Phiz.
"That wns a wheel -starting jolt that
Hughoy Jennlnga stopped with hie faco
In New York tho other day," said Tom
Brown. "Amos Kusbi was the pitcher
whoso fast curve put Hughey out of
the game a few days. But the game
little short fielder is In again, and I am
glad of It. I met him In Baltimore on
Thursday, and referring to his face and
the ball, he ciiacked a q.ulp on himself:
'Tom,' he said, 'you will notice that the
blow didn't spoil any of my good lo4jks.'
"Now as Hughey has about as hand
some a face as ever ditched a freight
train or fractured a Sablath, you can
see tho point of his Joke. But that
blow from Rusle ought to teach Jen
nings to have more respect for the er
ratic and undomestlcated offshoots of
twlrlers. Jennings can work his base
on llls by sidetracking the ball with
his face, head, or ribs oftener thiin any
player since Curt Welch. I have seen
Curt Welch's body freckled all over
with black and blue spots, and these
polka dots were painted there by
"When Rusle first came Into the ma
jor kaguo he was shy on control, and
the batsmen were afraid of having
their faces devilled or a rib snapped,
and they overlooked many a ball that
Amos sent over the plate. It may have
been a, scheme on Amos' part to make
the batsmen afraid of him. I noticed
that he managed to strike out more
batsmen during his first two years In
the major league than any other pitch
er. That ball from Amos' wing that
made an unsuccessful attempt to dislo
cate Hughey Jennings' face didn't have
nil of the -team-pushing that propelled
those nsbebtos-ldufllng curves of the
Uoosler when he first entered fast com
pany back in 18S9."
JIM C0RBETT, BALL PLAYER.
ThcUx-Pugilist Getting Good .Money
Out ot tho Gnnic.
Jim Corbett Is making a tidy bit ot
money this summer us a base ball at
traction. He has been a bate ball en
thusiast for years, and while he was
training for his fights with John L. Sul
livan and Charley Mitchell down at
Loch Arbor he used to make dally vis
Its to the bicycle track at Asbury Park,
where he would scrape together a
"scrub nine" and play on the Infield.
It was there that ho "developed" his
brother Joe, who Is now the star pitch
er ot the champion Baltlmores.
Jim covers first base nnd he has
proed such a big attraction that It Is
very likely that he and Billy Brady
will have a club of their own next sum
mer. A little bird whispers that Jim's
terms for playing In a game are $200
certainly and a clever percentage of
the gams receipts besides. He Is get
ting over the depressed feeling that
he had when he first came east after
losing the championship. He has
about given up all hope ot meeting
ntzsimmons in a ring again.
MISERIES OF THE GREAT.
Bacon was avaricious,
led to his disgrace
and his greed
Defoe had more than ono dose of New
gate and the pillory.
Cervantes was poor, and constantly an
noyed by his creditors.
Spenser, tho poet, suffered tho extremes
of poverty and neglect.
Cowper waa all his days overshadowed
by the gloom of Insanity,
Milton was blind in old age, and often
lacked tho comforts ot life.
Gibbon was gouty. He grew so htout
ho could not diess himself.
Palcstrlna lived In poverty most of his
days, and died In great want.
Tasso was poor most of his days. His
miseries finally dtovo him mad.
Julius Caesar had a weak digestion and
wob subject to epileptic tits.
Peter tho Great was half crazy most of
his llfo through drink and rage
Lo Sago was poor all his life. In old
ago ho was dependent on his son.
Selden was onco sent to prison for his
attack on the divine right of kings.
Mohammed was an epileptic, and his
virions wcro those of a diseased mind.
Charlemagne had an ulcer in his leg
which troubled him for many years.
Byron was club-footed, and tho fact
was a sourco of misery to him all his
Dante passed most ot his llfo as an
exllo from tho only city In which ho cared
Johnson was near-sighted, and his face
much disfigured by scar3 resulting from
Coko was quarrelsome, and passed his
llfo In almost continual warfare with his
friends and associates.
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SITUATION WANTED-IIY A YOUNG
O lady us housekeeper; with reference.
Address, care MISS C. BROWN, Box 41, Old
Forge, Lackawanna County, Pa.
WANTED-PERMANENT POSITION BY
u first-class barber, of good habits; or
will work as a relief. Address. "Anxious to
I work," G. R. O., this office.
made by the best American makers
Co., 126 and 128
Talking about wheels tlmt
ORIENT wheel with the pitch line
chain, is by far the best of wheels
JURISCH SELLS THEM
also a complete line ot me
dium priced wheels.
For Sporting Goods co to 324
Spruce street, in Hotel Jermyn.
REDUCTION IN PRICE OF GAS,
rpHKHCnAiiTOaAHD WATEIt Ca
J. andtbo Hyde Park Gas Co.
In accordance with the polloy of these com
panies to reduce rates from time to time, as
may be warranted by lnoreased consump
tion, notice is hereby given that on and alter
Julv 1st next, the price of gas will be One
Dollar and Twenty Cents per ono thousand
cublo feet consumed, subject to tho following
discounts; Five per cent, on all bills, where
the consumption for tho month amounts to
less than twenty-rlve dollars; ten per cent,
on all bills where the consumption for the
month amounts to twenty-five dollars and
upwurds. Provided tho bill Is paid on or be
foro the 20th day of the mouth lu which the
bill Is presented.
By Order of the Board.
G. II. HAND, Secretary.
Scranton, Pa., June 21st,, 1807,
CHIROPODIST AND MANICURE.
CORNS. BUNIONS AND INGROWING
nails cured wltbxmt the least pain or
drawing blood. Consultation and advice
given free. K M. IIKTZEL, Chiropodist.
330 Lackawanna avenue. Ladles attended
at their residence If desired. Charges moderate
jfrF W I jJ'i ?. mil V 1 1 II
BY A SCRANTON FIRM
Court House Square.
We are the acknowledged leaders in this
difficult line of the business. The aver
age cyclist dislikes to have his wheel go
to the ordinary repair shop. He gen
erally gets it back with badly scratched
enamel, etc. Our shop is
1 AN ORDINARY ONE. IT'S A FIRST-CLRSS SIP
Where work is done in a careful man
ner by experienced repairers.
222 WYOMING AVENUE
Hats and Caps,
305 Lacka. Ave.