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Won by Logan on Labor
Day from the
Of .Columbus. Both Games
The fans of Logan nnd vicinity
surfcitod, Sunday and Monday.
Tho "All-ProfeBsionul" team, of
Columbus, advertised for tho game
Sunday afternoon and a double
header Monday, whilo not fully up
to the oxpeotatlons of its prowess,
proved to bo a good strong nggre
gation tho best, probably, that
has played in Logan this seiiBon.
Tho visiting team was alleged to
bo mado up of strictly profession
al players, which was not truo in
every particular. It did, however,
embrace some professionals, among
them Francis, tho Andersons, and
Jones, and included some of Col
umbus, crack amateurs, notably
Burk, their pitcher, who was In
the box for the first and third
games, and who is regardod as
ono of the foremost amateur twirl
ers of the Capital City.
Logan was not especially
strengthened for the series. Bir
ry, who,played here in 1004 and
1005, arrived in town in time to
get on the line-up. Freddie Mar
tin, of LongStreth, who has been a
member of tho Logan team prac
tically all this season, was on
hand. Reinhard, the littlo Col
umbus man who has been with
Logan for tho past three weeks,
pitched the first game for them,
Sunday afternoon. Best of all,
Johnny Buntz, who was laid up
with a broken thumb a few weeks
ago, was baok in the game with
Btrength renewed, albeit his right
hand was still bandaged. His
work throughout the series was in
Class A, nevertheless.
There wap scattered hitting on
both sides, Reinhnrd's support not
being at all up to the standard.
Tho locals scored one run in the
first, Cnnip lending off with a
single, and another in tho Becond,
on errors, Tho visitors opened
up in tho third, after two outs,
Itiloy binglod, and a low ily by
Andorson, following, was muffed
by Dill. Bennot pounded out a
buzzor to contor, which Dill slight
ly misjudged, running undor it,
Riloy nnd Andorson scoring. Ben
not mado three basoB and scored,
on n wild throw. Tho noxt two
innings woro unoventful, with tho
exception of a scoro by Anderson
in tho fifth, on a long hit which
bounded put of Camp's hands, and
a single by Bennot. Bain stopped
tho play for a time, after tho fifth,
but it was a hopolcflB case. Tho
visitors loomed up in the last in
ning with two hits, which aided
by a succession of errors, gave
them the gamo, eight to five.
Bock's work on first was excollont
all through tho game, and tho
fielding generally wnB good, but
the crowd was undoubtedly disap
pointed. Tlioy did not see tho ex
hibition they expected.
Tho score :
Columbus Ait it ii in a i:
Anderson, cf... 5 2 2 10 1
Bonnet, ss 5 1 2 2 2 0
Jones, Jib 4 0 0 0 4 0
E. Riloy, If... 4 0 0 1 0 0
Francis, 2b 4 1 1 2 2 0
Skalla, rf H 1 1 8 0 0
Hitchcock, lb. 4 1 0 11 0 0
Burk, p 4 1 2 0 1 0
G. Riley, c... 4 1 1 7 0 1
Total 37 8 9 27 7 2
Logan Ait it ii po a e
Camp, rf 4 1 1 1 0 0
Webb, If 5 0 1 0 0 0
Barry, 8b. ... C 0 1 0 2 1
BpcIc, lb 4 0 1 9 0 1
Martin, 2b 5 1 0 4 1 0
Buntz, ss 2 2 0 2 3 2
Canty, c 3 0 1 8 2 1
Dill, cf 2 10 3 11
Reinhard, p... 2 0 0 0 2 0
Total ?,'2 5 5 27 It 0
The scoro by innings:
Columbus, 00301000 48
Logan, 11000102 05
Stolen bases: Camp, Beck, Mar
tin (2), Buntz, Dill (3).
Two base hits: Burk (2), Can
ty. Three base hit: Bennet.
Double play: by Martin, unas
sisted. Struck out: by Burk, 7; by
Baso on balls: off Burk, 8; off
Hit by pitched ball : by Burk,
1; by Reinhard, 1.
Wild pitch; Burk, 1.
Passed balls: Rlloy, 4.
Earned runs: ColUmbUe, 8; Lo
Tlmo: 2 hours.
FIU8T (MMK, MONDAr.
Logan's line-up was changed in
sovoral particulars, Barry going to
contor, Martin to third, und Stultz
on second, whilo Stiors occupied
tho box, for tho first timo in sever
al weeks. Stiors pitched ono of
tho games of his life, allowing but
threo hits, ono of which was
slightly scratchy. Bonnot, for the
visitors, also pitched an elegant
gamo, giving flvo hits.
It wns a shut-out gamo on both
sides till tho fifth inning, when
Martin scored. Camp followed
suit in tho sixth. Logan wns
pulled nut of a hole in the first of
tho ninth, however, by quick work
by Buntz at short. Anderson
singled, with nobody out. Bonnot
put n grounder at white heat to
Buntz, who gathered it in nnd
mado the first assist in a double to
Stultz, on second bag, who in turn
throw out Bonnet at first; one of
tho quickest double plays over
mado in Logan Park. Jones' long
two-bagger to loft, which followed,
proved hurmlcBS, as tho noxt man
up died easy. Thore was remark
able fielding on both sides in this
Tho score :
Columbus aii u u po a k
Anderson, ss.. 4 0 1 0 2 0
Bennet, P 4 0 0 0 5 0
Jones, 3b 4, 0 1 1 3 2
E. Riley, If ... 4 0 0 1 0 0
Francis, 2b .... 3 0 0 4 1 0
Skalla, rf 3 0 0 3 0 0
Burk, cf 3 O 1 1 0 0
Hitchcock, lb. 3 0 0 10 0 0
G. Riley, c... 3 0 0 I 2 1
Total 31 0 3 21 13 3
Logan aii u h i'o a k
Camp, rf 4 1 2 0 0 0
Webb, If 3 0 1 1 0 0
Barry, cf 2 0 0 2 0 0
Beck, lb 8 0 1 12 0 1
Martin, 3b 3 1 1 0 4 0
Stultz, 2b 3 0 0 1 3 0
Buntz, ss 8 0 0 2 4 1
Canty, c 3 0 0 8 0 0
Stiers, p 3 0 0 0 1 0
Total 27 2 5 20 12 2
Riley out, hit by batted ball.
The score by innings:
Columbus, 00000000 00
Logan, 00001100 x 2
Stolen bases: Martin (2).
Two base hit: Jones.
Sacrifice hits : Webb, Barry.
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Struck out: by Bonnet, 4; by
Double plnyi Bttntz to Stultz to
Umpires! Shorr and Cnnty,
F Tlmo: 1 hour, 80 mlnutoB.
SECOND (MMK MONDAY.
Tho third nnd Inst gntno of tho
series wns, to pat It mildly, n top
notclior. Knoli team lind ono game
to its credit, nnd tho most stren
uous efforts woro, nnturnlly, put
forth to win tho deciding ono of
tho tlirco. Logan's line-up wns
loft unchnngod, except that Em
rick wont in tho box to succeed
Stiors. Big Hiley, of tho Colum
bus tonm, wns trnnBforred from
liis homo position in loft to first
bnse, nnd u few other shift tunde,
Burk ngniti pitohed.
Young Kmrick, of Gore, wns n
bunch of surr rises. The crowd
voiced Its astonishment when he
entered the box, after Stiers'
brilliant bulb work of the previous
gnmo, and with Boinhard on the
bench. Doubts were rife as to tho
"kid's" sufficiency to fnco the ex
perienced sluggers of Kolley's cur
avnn. It is only fnir to sny that
Enirick pitched ono of the cleanest
and best games of tho season. His
graceful delivery, good speed and
curves, nnd abovo all the extreme
sang froid with which he fielded
his position, made a distinct im
pression, nnd ho was applauded to
the echo. Of his eight chances,
he mnde good to first on all but
one, and that was a high bounce
over his head. His last assist waB
one of the fastest maneuvers of
Anderson struck out. BenneD
grounded, Kmrick to Beck, and
Jones Hied to Webb in left.
Cump led off with a ringing two
bnse hit. Webb fanned, and Bar
ry popped n leaguer to Bennet at
short. Camp was thrown out at
third in an attempt to steal,
E. Riley struck out, and Francis
grounded to Emnck. Skalla
bingled for two bases. Burk hit a
clean one to left center, and Skalla,
attempting to score, was put out
at home by a long, beautiful throw
from Barry, in center, to Canty.
The ball was placed exacllj' in
Beck grounded, and Riley, on
first, muffed the throw. Martin
sacrificed, Burk to Riley. Stultz
grounded, Bennet to Riley, and
Buntz walked and stole second.
Canty Hied to first.
Edwards popped high to Beck,
G. Riley grounded, Enirick to
Beck, and Anderson's fly back of
short was gathered in by Buntz.
Enirick fanned, and Camp and
Webb both Hied high to right Held.
Bennet wns passed to first, Em
rick's only base on bnlls. Jones
struck out. K. Riley's grounder
bounded high oyer Emrick's hend,
and he fumbled it just enough to
give both runners their bases.
Francis Hied to Stultz, und Skallu
pounded a liner strnight to Em
Burr' grounded to Riley, at
first, and Beck struck out. Mar
tin's easy grounder to Burk was
thrown wild to first, giving him
two bases, and hu stole third
whilo Burk stood in tho box witli
tho ball in his hands. Stultz
1 I1TII INNING
Burk Hied to Webb. Edwards
and G. Riloy Htruck out.
Buntz got first on Riloy's muff
of the assist, und died at second
in an effort to steal, Cnnty
walked, getting another baso on n
passed ball. Enirick fjiunod, und
Camp popped straight up to catch
Anderson and Jones grounded,
Emriok to Beck, and Bonnet Hied
Webb struck out, Barry Hied to
Frauds, nnd Beck ditto to Bennot,
E. Riley grounded, Stultz to
Heck. Francis Hied to Book, and
Martin grounded to Burk, nnd
died easy, Stultz and Buntz hit
cleanly for a base apieco, Cunty
was thrown out at first by Jones,
udvanolng Stultz mid Buntz, Km
rick grounded, Bennot to Rlloy.
Burk made first on a momentary
fumble of his grounder by Stultz,
nnd Edwards singled. Things
looked shady for Logan, with two
on bases nnd up outs, G, Riley
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bunted toward third, nnd Martin
met the ball half-way in. Mean
while Burk was doing a sprinting
etunt toward third, with Buntz
leading him by a neck. A quick
assist from Martin gave Johnny
tho put-out of Burk. Buntz played
hard to first to catch Riley, and
Kdwards raced madly toward
third on tho play, A fast and
true return from Beck to Martin
caught him two feot oil' tho bag,
and tho crucial moment was over,
through as swift and beautiful a
double-play as over graced the
game. Anderson struck out, re
tiring the side.
Camp was thrown out at first,
after his third strike had been
mulled. Webb fanned, and Barry
Hied to Bennet.
Bonnet grounded, Martin to
Beck, and Jones singled. E.
Riloy grounded to Stultz, and
Francis to Kmrick, with binulnr
Beck connectod for a clean bneo
hit, and Martin deftly sacrificed
him to second. Stultz Hied to
Bennet. Beck made a grand clean
steal of third, and a morry binglo
by Buntz ovor short brought him
home tho ono and only run of tho
game. It was ono ot the most
glorious finishes ever witnessed in
Logan, and tho run was earned,
without u blemish.
Two out when winning run
Stolen bases : Beck, Martin,
Two base hits: Skalla, Camp.
Sacrifice hits: Martin (2),
Double play: Martin to Buntz
to Beck to Martin.
Struck out: by Burk, 8; by
Base on balls: oh" Burk, 2; oil'
Passed ball : G. Riley, 1.
Earned runs: Logan, 1.
Umpire: Shorr nnd Cunty.
Time: 1 hour, !i5 minutes.
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Tho score :
Bennet, ss, . . .
K. Rlloy, lb..
Francis, 2b. . .
Kd wards, of. .
G Riley, o,.,.
Webb, If,. .,
Kmrick, p . . .
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unparalleled talent that Manuger
Cleveland presented. He promised
the biggest and best entertainment
over seen in Cincinnati, and he
kept his word. The enormous
crowds appreciated everything.
For week beginning matinee
Sunday, September 9th, John W.
Ransone will be seen in his latest
and most lifelike impersonations
of Wm. Jennings Bryan. The big
novelty feature of the week will be
Ralph Johnstone, the Acrobatic
Aerial Cyclist that astounded New
Yorkers last season at the Hippo
drone. Al Coin's I'antomime Dogs
May Ward, the Daintiest Sou
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are all faces and features entirely
new to Cincinnati. On the same
bill is the Grand Opera Trio,Halcy
Jc Meohan, bluck face singers and
dancers; all these together with
Filson it Krrol and several other
big numbeies will go to make up a
programme that will excel last
A Big Success.
Tho one big event of Cincinnati's
Fall Festival was the opening last
Sunday of the Now Olympic Thea
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event has not been chronicled any
where in this country and when
it is taken into consideration that
this beautiful modem playhouse
is devoted to Kuropeau and Amer
ican Greater Vaudeville, it must
be admitted that something extra
ordinary exists in tills more fertile
of amusements fields, Ciiiolnna
tlans of evory rank were thore in
forc at overy performance; the
manses were interested, and the
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recolved unusual attention, The
surrounding, the furnishings, the
everything about the Now Olympic
is beyond description, likewise the
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