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Colts Win But
on League Leaders
AFTER A BAD START
AYERS TIGHTENS UP
AND COLTS WIN OUT
Tars Hit In Two Runs in Tint, But J< hn Raley
Helps Locals Score Three by Hitting- Good
and Hani When Men Are oil Bases.
lllrhmond, 3| Norfolk, -. Pctembura, 11 ; Newport Nm?.
S| I'ortnmuiith, Ik
STANDING OF THE CLUBS
( lube. W on. I <??<. PC. \ nir.
IVIcD-bura ... BS 44 .MM .."..VI
Itiebmoud ...... MS .MS ??
Itvauokc . ?; I I" .8741 .525
Clubs. Won. Loaf. PC. Year.
Norfolk . .Ml 51 .53(1 1
I'orltiniouth ... 5^ r.:: .Mm ...
Newport) New? 311 ?17 .308
WHERE THEY PLAY TO-DA\
Norfolk nt Richmond mho grame11!? Konnoke m lkortnmoutfa n\
Kante?) < PctemburR ni Newport \r?i (two minus.?.
BY GUS MALBERT.
One never knows who to trust nowadays.
There's that fellow Kircher, who. because the big boss is
sick?meaning Charlie Schafter, of course?comes tip here and de?
liberately tries to throw a crimp into our pennant hopes and
longing? by winning two ball games in a row from Mr. Stephen
P. Griffin's Colts.
lie didn't quite succeed in Iiis nefarious purpose, mostly be?
cause Y. Wy?tt Avers, master of more different varieties oi
K-o'.er* than were ever dreamt of in the philosbphy of a certain
pickle manufacturer, was working in the centre.
As a sort bf cumulative reason for the defeat of Mr. Kircher
and his Purpose, our lads were rather handy with the club when
handincss was about the only thing which could possibly help.
Chief leader in the Realm of Swat for the day was John Ralcy,
whose timber drove in all three of the scores which went to the
credit of the locals. 3 to J was hung out.
Our doctor had a rather precarious,
( me of It for a few minute*, parti-]
eularly In the opening clash. When1
:rtaln had h. en lowered on that
f?srnal exposure a two-run lead had:
i ? en pushed to the seaward side of
the lot, and Orlf. with his aids, was
compelled to come from under that
burden to win. The doctor was by noi
,,s pet.f'ct as he has been onl
days Usually h-n managers to.
g?.t awa> !?> a whirlwind start, easing
lip a hit only after the other fellows1
been severely and properly1
fled, Yesterday hi reversed the
order ol thing?.
illis i itm Man i p,
1 ;nde ivorlnp to plant an offering to
right Of the triangular slab, which!
marks the counting and starting point
u ball game> he chucked Keller in
in ribs, and before Umps O'llrlch had
hardly lime enough to give the word.
Acting Manager Klrche.r tore away to
Mc.Coihas'a left, and node- tollowcd
with the same variety of hit lllnton.j
riot to be outdone in the' revealment
i f prowess, went a step further, his
? oniiection being good for an extra
ssork which put Mr. Keller and
sir, Kirch :? over the rubber for ?ouhis.
1 lodge, being too ambitious, was nail
to as he tried to get the tbirrl cushion
? n lb, blow After a brief halt, dur?
ing which Grif was seriously debat?
ing whether or not the doctor should
bl saved for another day. Wallace and
Walt-is kindly ended the session, the
flrsi giving Charlie Strain a chance,
be! ::c '*-.n ' lett when Tontiant used
to be, '?anci* the S'-con,i allowing Orlf
n chance to Improve his fielding re
After his lnxness the doctor began t \
realize that he was flinging for a p<u
unt winning combination, or at leitsj
fOf a combination width certainly had
pennant hopes, und spruced up, set to
speak Mi nev.r wobble,! further and
blanks for the remaining eight box. s
iw.re the best which Kirch, r could
possibly obtain. It may be that th
doctor got a flash at the score board,
and found out that Petersburfl was
again humbling Newport News, while
Roanoke Was handing a package in
Portsmouth. Regardless of what was
ty b^ill game from the bolt viewpoint,
"inn hi the riegln nlncr.
would do considerable damage to stove
flaston In their half of that viery bad
inning referreod to (jtrlf cot a life
through tlit ehrirlty '.f Hlahlej
who missed Dodge'* heave. Bob Car?
ter was on ilrite with his bunt, and to
this moment there are tew who will be?
lieve that he dldn'i beat it out?few
excepting Urn pa O'Brien, who decided
differently. Gasten floundered around
trying to get l-'i'ed Or it It and the fu?
ture ended bji having a walk issued
I Is way. Orlf. figuring that he could
run wild nn Catcher Brau? r, started a
double steal which came to an abrupt
halt when he was hailed at third on
another of those close decision*. Still
believing that It was possible t., an
lit \ that third corner, Graff wks start?
ed and finished lit the manner set by
Grit, which ended all possibilities for?
When Gaston came tu grief was the
third and he nlone i'- responsible.
Willie McComas and Aycrs made it
(Continued "ii Seventh Page. I
TENNANT MUST I
Boatright So Advises Griffin.
Outfielder Refuses, and May
Therefore Be Turned Loose.
r i. Tonnani Ig probably no lunger
Colt Vestiirday Grlllirt received
word from President Boatwrlght that
unless Tentiant alghcd it contract ho
(< it Id not play with the Richmond club.
Ill :.? was played In spite irf the order,
the ideal management would be sub
? ' i'i a tine 6i $260. Griffin tried to
Iget Tennant'a name to a contract, but
;the yotjhgiier refused! yesterday
Charlie sn,,!!, played left held Ten
I hunt is st.ii a holdout, but unless h(
I comet) across bjulckl) hit will have no
j loli, lie t-?ttiq t'i Richmond from N. w
I port News, -ladt (irirn letting Stevi
hove hm aboui .Mine ?$f The locrila
wiie then in heed of a fielder, and
Tehnatil lit ted In very well. He has
' nujde y ood Und ??? buld be a big help
.still unless he t-lgns a contract he i<
Harry Grlflln will work In the open
? lt,g game <.f the <l..,i|>|<. attraction tills
afternoon, .-t. mi going to left, in the
? ?: Flarrj v :'.l g.. to left and fjtrnin
fT"^\0 you pride yourself on 5 aci ncc with thr fine
\YJ) thinCs of lif(? lhcil u'' sUmr"?r> vow, as a stranger to
*-L^ the superexcellency ol Old Quaker Whiskey; t?. try it
at once. Old Quaker is kii ., wri lesoinc and good it is
mature and fine?it achieves the ideal "f the competent judge
There is nothing beyond?it is perfect. Trj* arid try at ohm
Honest Old Quaker
r. l. Christian & Co., Distributors, Richmond
Local 'I ii Ir<I RnHrmnn ? im rrns Ihougtit
flaut Ihr] puhl 91,500 Cor hint.
well of by the ?t. T.oul* nrotraa
Photo by l'ostcr.
Results m the Bis Leagues
ladelphlu, ;?: Plttsburgl
(iltinatl, I. Mrookl;. h,
l,i.u!>. 7; Boston, T,
w Y.ok. 7; Chicago, 4.
Boston. 2: :;t L/nils. .1.
\Vi sliliiRi i. ChicaBo. 0.
Phllndi pi Cleveland,
New Y i| Detroit, 8.
STANDING OF THE CLUBS.
Phlln< ? I phi
i Hi nokl\ n .
WHERE THEY PLAY TO-DAY
idclphia at Plttsburi
Boston at .St. Louis
Brooklyn lit Cl
Ian I nt Washington.
TO FIGHT HARD
FOR LAST GAME
Ashland Will Have Strong Team
to lJit Against Collegians
In the game determined to win. li<
will have three pitchers?BlftntOn,
Lehman and Smith. Bocbling catcher,
B'.ahey flrtit base. Lai., aster or Prtt
ehard s.ecc,hd bast-. Kendler shortstop,
.\!'r.'llth or Swift third base, Wight
i.ft Held, Ha.-." center.Held, and
.'on right field.
.\ .arge- crowd will undoubtedly be
mi hand f< wltne.V) the game, for if
Ashland )"s<h and .the Southern Bell
' \</lhs, the championship win again bo
tleyj between th< ???dl< glims hnd* tin
ir tii- Battle am win 'h<ir gam,<
from ih<\ Southern Bell and the Ash
teSmn may surprise the t
ttirlng i h? Ir last nchet!
Ai ywsy these gamei w
uoith set log
Poor Fiel . g Marks Game?Big
Smoke, Pitcher, Never
Chnrlo'tti Vn., August 18,?
Thi ? Indians defeated Char
iottoBVllh M, i ? a. team lit the
Tl . It|i mi ;i miserable field
liifj K?n players making a to
;t?l 61 ten rora. The only eifricd
run was I iher by Outfielder Itoh
ertson, of i association team, the
Ind. am :?? . sharply, the work cf
Sh rl being especially claisy.
Captain A kern led with the stick.
Uli ti fOdi ts but of five times up.
? !!;>; Si h a never forced to ex
1 en hin irteen of the local
. might out on fly balls.
I?rs Mae j Camphell secured two
r: li. i
Ch( rilkee .0 o 2 o 0 0 0 0 X?6 7 0
? <?:? ??.;?<?? . ft a A 0 0 o A AI ? 1 11
?atterli Smok? and F.rwln.
?C.h< v. nltii ,\ od- rson
Gordon Motor Co.
GIANTS DEFEAT CUBS;
JOHNSON DOWNS SOX;
JUST TWO H11S MADE
resrcau Outpitclies lour i>f
Chance's Hinging Staff, In?
cluding Jimmic Lavihder.
McGrawitcs Regain Lead Lo:
Wednesday, Being Again Six
Games i" ' i?od.
one Jeff Teat
combined ? rf-r
In the second
down the UJO
fat ? nd of a
cuspidor, au iii
that the tew
tt\e lilts In tw
of their talllei
The Cubs nr.
August 14 ?The exploit!
r to I ?<er.. Je It threw
, iveru due to main atren
r? .1 these (tula uol
?11 emitted by Ml. lesreau. i'o iidi u?<-,
look Mr. Ijavehder, Bontetlniei referred i?
as iho Mdnteiutna maivei IK und Hin.
accompli* va netted the 'Hants blows, and
tiny hud the pastime copped ?s <ariy a?
the third round. Lavthder heaves a four
prong- i ?pitter which break? four ways?
north, oailt, ?ou?i ?nd West. It deptenaa
on w?nlCh par-, of ih? country the batttl
halls from. All might have been well ?Ith
the four-pronged thing hud hot Mr .-nod
gras? kno ked a h?rn off It on the hist
ball pitched The loui-pronged ipltter " ?'?
not what you mlghi call a success. Tnnt
flisi round yielded two runs on a couple
oi hits und a p.iss.
Drouth overtook Mr. _I.av.mdrr in thr
second. The tlrst two bitters knocked
horn* "ff the dirigible ipltter, and bid Doc
Reulbach was ?cnt for to sit up with the
patient. Old Doc cleaned up the second
without damage, but In thr third liio So.v
compiled two more runs, using a pall "f
htt? nnd ihre? stolen b.."s lor Cut pur?
pose. Stealing w..s ..nc of the brst things
the visitors, did. They enrich*,, themselves
with ?Oven, and the loot figured In four
o! the tallies, Twle? thr prides n' Broad
wa:. pulled the double Heal, and Bed Mur?
ray did a lot of stealing ua his own hook.
It was not h good game, even had the
Cubs won. The locals' were outclassed al?
most from the kick-dff, und with I ?.:?.. :
wound up the way he was the ?Hunts had'
a taplo' ., ? Ith seedless ralalna In It Thejr I
hit the pill hard and <:iok:d ? most of
the very best starts the Cubs could launch.
AB ft H O A
Schulte, rf 4
Tinker, ss. :
/.Im'an. .jb. 5
teach, ? ' i
Down?, - ? -
Downey, :h i
Archer, c . 1
Cottar, c... 0
I.av'der, ? 0
Iteuib'h, p. !
Cheney, p. o
Toney. p... 0
Htood . 1
tWIKame .. I
A !l R 1
0 Snodg's, If S t 3
J 0 Doyle. SO.. 1 1 1
r, l rteck. r, i l ?:
3 3 Murray, rf I 1 '.
1 u Merlilc. lb 5 1 :
1 0 Herzog. 4 1 1
o 1 Meyers, ? ?? :
IBatK ?? '
Left on I
i s :r .4 Tot? ? > II -?
Downs :n sixth.
Reulbach in ?ixtti
Cheney In eighth,
.,.. . .0 I 0 0 I O 0 0 1?1 i
?I N.-w Tora, ?i Chicago. 10. J
nder. 4 In i Inning! on* Reul
i r, innings; off Cheney, l in J j
Innir.g- Two base hit*?Merkte. Doyle. |
Sheckord Sacrifice hits ? Murray. Tesreau. I
Stolen bases?Doyle, Becker, Murray (3).
Merkle, Te*io?u. Bsiet on balls?oft Lav?
ender, i.i oft Cheney. J; off Teareau, 7; off'
Toney, I: off Iteulbacb. ? Struck out?by
Tesrcnu, si by Reulbach, z mt by pitched
ball?Murray, Passed Balls?Archer an-l
Meyer* Wild pitch?Lavender. Umpires,
Owen and Brennan. Time. 2:2A
PHILLIES TURN TABLES
I Itsburgh. Ta . August t?5.?A home run 1
by Magee with two on bases In thr iMr?1|
iling beat Pittsburgh to-day. and gave
th. Phillies the desirable < r.d of n i to 3,
ii i?re; Alexandi r w&? In Mr best form. I
Miller and Wilson were the only Pirates '
able to r.-nch hlln, and they bagged live!
of the seven local blnglca The score;
AB It II O A A ft H If O A
Byrne, Sh.. 4 0 10 t Knabe, ?b. :! 0 0 t. 6
Carey. If... 4 0 0 ; Of.ohert. 3b. 3 1 0 3 2
Ddnlin. rf. n n o 5 o Magee, t t 1 t 1
Wagner, s? 4 o o l 4 Crav'h, eft I I : t
j.Miller, lh 4 1 3 1? OR.MII'r.rf 3 1 S : 0
Wilson, cf . 4 3 3 n a I.ud'ua. lb 4 0 Oil 0
M'Car'y, 3b t fl 1 '.' : Doolan. ss 4 0 l o 3
? lllison, b.i S o 0 3 I Doolh, c... 4 o l 4 A
'Monitor ??? l P d 0 0 Alex'er, b. I l l
p. I 0 0 0 3
p. o o n o 1
p l oooi
Totals .i.32 ? T37K Total? ..il s T IT 13
?Batted f"i 'ilbfon In seventh.
I Ha: ted lor Warner In fifth.
Score by innlngi It.
Pittsburgh .0 0 0 0:oi0 0-3
Philadelphia .0 1300100 0-f.
Summary: Two base hit ?Wilson. Three
? !? hits?Wilson, Cravath, Doolan. Home
1,111?Mage*. Sacrifice hit ?Knabe. Stolen
bn,?? D iln. Double play?Doolan, Knabe
and Ludern?. Base? on ball??off lfcndrlx,
I off liobinson, ?: off Alexander, '.' lilt
by pitcher?by Alexander (McCarthy),
-ruck out?by Robinson. 3. by Alexander.
1 i.e-t on bases?Plttihtirgh, i; Philadel?
phia. (I. First base on error?-Pittsburgh, I;
Philadelphia. 1 lllts-off llendrlx, 4 In 3
gl . off nohinhon. 3 In I Innings. Time,
1:37. Umpires, John-tone nnd Knsoti.
Rl Louis, Mo.. August 1? ?The Cardinals
made it two mrnlghl from the Boston club
to-day, winning 7 to 5. Salle- relieved liar
mon In the ninth, when Boston became
? 1 ingeroun. Brldwell was called out on n
nucatlonnble -:nl.. In the ninth, and Sw.-. n
> ) protested go loudly ho was removed from
Boaton. M. Louis.
AB It It o A AB rt If O A
M'D'ald, .tb 1 I 2 1 1 llng'r,!', ib :; 00^4
irpbell, < f. r, 0 i t o Magee, if. I o 0 j 0
Sw'ney. Jb 4 I fi 4 1 Mow'y, 110. 3 10 11
Jackson, if 4 t 1 ? 9 Koney, lb. 4 1 ? 9 0
l itus. rf. .. 5 1 3 P 0 Evan*, rf. 3 I 2 f. 0
Devlin, lb.. 4 0 3 7 fl H?user, ss 3 2 0 3 3
B dwell, as S 0 I 4 3 Onkcs, cf. 2 1 1 2 0
Rarlden, c. ? 0 0 6 2 wingo. c. 3 1 I I 0
Brown, p.. 4 12 0 S Harmon p 3 0 0 0 1
Sailor, p.. 0 0 0 0 0
Totals ...40 6 1 3 24 1 3 Totals ..IS 7 ? 27 ?
Score by Innings: lt.
Rt; Louis.0 4 0 1 0 1 0 0 '?7
Beaton . . 0001 1 fl 0 r. 3- 5
Summary Two base hits?Brown (J),
Wingo. Konetchy. Sacrifice hit ?Hau.?,r.
sr.... a bases- llauaer, Htiggln*. Double piny
Riveeney (unsialated). Wild pitch
Brown <3>. Rallec. lilt hv pitched hatl?by
Harmon (MrDnnnld), Bases on balls-off
Brown, 4. -rf Harmon. 2; off Rai Ice', I.
Struck out?hv Brown. 2: by Harmon. II hv
Sal Ice, I Ulis -ff Harmon. 3.1 In S 1-2 Its -
1110?? Left on bases?Rl. Louis, 2; Boston.
12, Time. 1:53 Umpires, ICIeni and ?">rth.
FOUR HITS ENOUGH
Cincinnati. O., Aligns) lit The Beds won
from Brook?* n !.?-<!uy on four sinnlos--two
olf Itiicker, who pitched iho first three In
nlni/s nnd two off vim/ling All four Int.*
counted in the scoring, h, ing combined with
puss'-s and '-rr-ts Kiomine was hit freelv
hin It-pi the safe ones pretty writ scntirre.l
The Suprrhss made n s;:t.,i In the ninth
: (Continued on Soyenth Tage.)
Premier Box Artist Conies to
Rescue in Final Game
ST. LOUIS DEFEATS RED SOX
Athletics Win, Cutting Down
Distance Between Them and
I) C, August lt.?Walter
It fourteen rtralsht wins tu- :
? :imi Caltahun'* Wlut, Stix. I
uii with tl.i while hosi irlb.-.
two Hit*, Washington winning
wai hit hard in spots. The
: 3 Mat ck. cf t
I] o Colllni, lb 3
l p Steider. 3t> ;t
; i Weav'r .?? 3
o i Ueiiz, p... -
:? 0 : :i 15
:s .. i 9 .: :: Total*
ington . .: n ; ? ? | H '-I
marj Klrai ba*? oh eirora?Chlraso.
fl on ba?ea?WaahlnKton, .. Chlrago, 1.
k out ?by Johnson, 7; by B'r.z. 7
base hits?Garidtl. Milan. poster, Mnr
Stolen ban?-Lord. Doubl? play?Me?
to Gandll. Umpires. Connolly and
BROWNS WHIP LEADERS
>"ton. August lt.?The Browns made
- Isat appearati i here to-day. and beat i
rt it 3. to i Hamilton vti Invln
<. Wood tried hard p lie thing* tiIn
r.intb with a double^ but mifr Hooper
hit. Mall ended It with a line dr:v?.
AH It It O A
':-.rd r. lb 3 0 0
Kngte. ib.. too
Wngher, 4 l l
' "a: rlgan, till
O'Brien, j>. 2 C 1
?Stahl . 1 0 I
?Krug . 0*0
Wood, p... 1 0 I
3 3 Austin. J?> 3 1
C I I'ratt. Jbi. i *
Kntina, ib 3 o
1 n Wll'tns.
- tu.- . *
0 ] lUm'on
tali ...32 3 I 77 15 Total
atled for O'Brkti In se>
mi for Stahl In ninth,
ore by Innings:
v: iw <> ban hits Hoopi r, Aua
Iton. O'Brien. Wood Three tia??
lx t n leri ? . ? . (f.I
'""ii-in. Bpealcar (SI, William?. lilia?ofT
O'Brien, ? In 7 Inning?. Hauer on ball*?
off O'Brien, 3 off Wool. lj off Hamilton, I.
Strurk out?by O'Brlfn. : ; by Wood, 4: by
Hurnllton. 3, Sacrifice hits?Kutlna. Wil?
liams. Dobble play*?Austin to Daly to
Kutlryi: Austin to Daly. Hit by pitched
ball?Hooper Pasted bail?Carrlgan t.'m
plrea, Dlncn and O'Brien.
MAKE IT FOUR STRAIGHT
Phi idelphia, Pa , August It ? Tha Ath
itr* mude it f.ur straight over Clcve
i.d to-duy by a rally In th? eighth, when.
Ith two out, Bender walked und Barrv.
Idrlng. Collins and Haker singled In ?uc
."slon. scoring three runs Th, .i-,.r,.
AH It It O A ADHIIOA
1 0 o Barry, as.. 4 115 1
0 0 (i OMrlng If 4 1 1 3 0
0 3 0 Collins. Sb I 0 J 3 3
1 l 1 F nak'r 3b 3 0 1 2 1
3 ? 1 M'tnnts lb 3 0 0 t 3
0 0 3 ! Strunk, cf 3 0 1 3 0]
Hunter. If. t 0
Ir. ? on, rf 2 1
Latoie. Sb. 4 0
Orlggs, lb. 4 0
II H.ik'r. 31?
k'h. hs. 3 0 0 2 2 Lord. rf... 3 0 0 0 c
3 0 14 1 Lapp. c... 0 0 0 0 0|
3 0 0 3 1 Thomas, a 3 0 1 7
1 0 0 0 * Houek. p. 1 ?00
loooo Bender, p ? l o o 11
r?tall ...2? 1 6?23 8 Totals ..It 3
?Hatted for If. Baker In ninth.
fBatted Tor l*eck(npaugh In ninth
tMcInnla ran in ninth: hit by bailed ball.
S< or,- by Innings: p.. I
evelnnd .o o o c o l o o o?i1
lllndr lphla .0 0 0 00 00 3 '-3
Summary: Left on bases?Philadelphia, 6:1
eveland. f.. Three base hits?Collins tS),
icrtttre hits?llnnti r, 'Irl?jr. Bender. Don- j
e plays?H?uek, Mrtnnls. Barry; Baker
i Barry. Hit*?off Mo'uh. 4 In ? innings:
T Bender. 2 In 3 Innlne.". Strunk ou'-r.y
puck, 4; by Bi nder. 2; by Oreg-g. C. Pns'-M
balls nfl Houck, 6! off Orogg, : Stolen I
I..-P. Baker Time. 1 '< I'mplr,;
.'e*tervell nnd Sheridan.
YANKS WHIP TIGERS
"V Vork, August IS.?-A passrd ball by
her gay. the Yanks :h< deciding ran
h? ninth Inning of to day's game ?lta
rolt. the home folks winning by '.< 10 ?
1:^'rs foil o-i Wnrhop tor three runs
!!.?? seventh Innlnc and tied the roant.
AR P. H O A
in. rf.... 3 3 .1 2
yls. p... I 0 0 o
i rhop, p. J 0 0 0
4 1 lone,
R 9 Hush
1 . Obt!
ab n n o a
If 6 2 3 0 1
ford rf S I
3 Vitt. 2b... C 0
0 Onsloiv lb I 1
3 l)< n!. 3h... I 0
0 Km her. c. t 0
1 Works, p. f> 0
1 Lake, p.. i i
Totals ...33 9 10 27 10 Totals ..Tl ! <?;? ??
?Two out when Winning run wni, scored.
Score hy Inning*: ft.
Detroit .4 o o 0 1 0 S ii 0-t I
New York.3 0 4 0 1 0 00 1-31
S ir.unary: Two base hits?Chase. Daniel?. I
Three bn-e hits-Ciawford. Cobh Sacrifice I
hits?Simmons, Stump, Bush. Sacrifice fly? I
Crawford. Stolen bases \'ltt. Stamp. Tad
dock. Itiinh. Crawford f2). Double play? I
Stump io Simmons io Chiise. I.efi nn basi -
Detroit. 4: New Vork. ? Bases on halis
off Work". 3: ,.!Y Lnke, :: ofl Dsvls, Is off
Wnrhop, :. Struck nui -by Lake. by War
hop, :? Hit by pitched hull?Davis. Craw,
ford. Time. 1.15. Umpire*, O'Loughlln and
Kv a us.
Lunch Hoys Win Series.
The Richmond Bunch team won three
games from the News Leader team last
night In the Palace .Summer Duckpln
League. The scores:
Smith . 8fl
Gilbert . 87
Blind . SC
Totnls .4?S IS I 491 1,103
r. Ltohmanh . f'!l
\i .lordan . S2
Miller . S"
VV. .lordan . ~~>
Blind . 8?
Totals .4126 l"7 481 1-331
Statidlnir of teams will be publish
od in Sunday's paper.
TIGERS KEEP UP
Portsmouth Fails Second Tima
Before Onslaughts of Visitors
From Magic City.
Norfolk. V.T.. August 18.?The Port.,
mouth Pirates dropped th.. second
;?'?<?? of the .cries to the rioanoka
rigers thl, afternoon, the ?coro being
S to 0. I I,, feature of the game wa?
a 'on* drive over th.. r'cht Held fen, o
'?>? \\olfc. There was much complaint
on the hall ami ?.,iko decisions of
I mplre MeI.oii.ore The ?eort
""ham, rf.A ??- *? ? t ^
Gorman, ib.. , 1 '
'linn. ef. . . ?
Shields, 2b. . ..!J
w ton, a. ." -,
I'n -.- lv, ah. ?
Holl?n I. if. n
- l K; ? o
i i 1 o o
! 1 1 0 u
1 0 0 0
o l o
'i 1 0
NIM M. Cf,
Til ian, ir
\ \ In. ?-.
f-' 8 12 27 II
A H R. H. O. A
. i 0 1 1 0
T.t tali .30 a 8 27 i: <*
Score by I nnfcig?: R.
Roanoko . 1 2 003 1 3 00_a
Portsmouth .. 1 3 Q 0 ?) n n ? ??
Summary: Two-base hits?Hudgli.s,!
Gary?n, Preasly. Home runs?Wolfo.
I.nfltte, fast re Stolen bases?I.afltte.
Keating. Doubl?, plays?Keating to?l
? ?astro to li'i'iKins. Graham to Laflttej
Bases < n balls?By Burlceon. 3: by*
Green, l. bv Gardln. 1. by Reynolds. ?_:j'
b: V, rtjout, 0. Lieft on bases ? Roa-?
noke. 9: Portsmouth, 7. Hit bv p!t<-|i.j
ed halla?Graham, Reynolds, lilts?orrt
Green t off Reynolds, 10: off Hurie-I
son; I Struck Out- Itv Burl<son. l:
by Roy holds, l. Gardin, I. Time ofl
dam.?Two hours. empire?McLe
more. Attendant ??S'.o.
Bruckmiller Weakens in Sixth)
and Busch's Clan Pounds
Newport News, Va., August 16.?Afa
ter pitching airtight ball for ti"< in?
nings to-day. Bruckmiller weakened
and Petersburg won the second Straight
game from the Shipbuilders, It to 5;
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