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GIANTS END SEASON
BY BEATING DODGERS
Final Contest Is Great Pitchers' Due!?Chici^
Wins From Cardinals and Phillies Lose to !
Doves?Reds Cinch * curth Plac?.
Breaktys. October 4.-The GHanta captured
4b* teal contact of the era eon at Washing- (
?** Park from the Dodgers. 1 to 4. It w*a a,
?peat pitchera' duel betwee* Paeon, Tesrrs*
an* Crandall. Tb* Dodger twtrlar waa b>t
?ft**, but managed to keep the Magie* *e*?
t*r*d. with tb* exception of the aeveath.
whoa three hit* netted the Otaat* their eatjr
?hmalj* how *?**,
rf.. 4 .? 4 1 1DMWI. ltd I f * ?
iptiii aDoyle, sb..4 4 i 4 i,
?1, ef. J 4 * 2 4S?raas. ct ? 4 1 2 4,
Deabcrt. lb I 0 1 * 4Murr*y. rf 4 ? 1 * * ,
Wheat. If .. 1 4 4 4 lMerklt. lb. 1 4 4 4 I.
Klrarck, lb : t t 1 1 Herzog, 3b 4 4 1 4 I
Smith. 3b.. l 4 4 4 iMyem e... I 4 1 J ll
Falber. Mill) IHartley. e. 1 4 4 I *\
Miner. *.... 4 4 4 4 3Pief*r. ?14*41
Erwin. C... 4 4 4 4 ITeareau. p. 1 4 4 4 4,
Rasen. P ? 2 4 4 4 acrand'il. p 2 4 2 1 l|
?KiVthen .. 1 4 4 4 It Becker, .._?_?_?_?_?
Totale ...24 t 4 27 11 Total? ?? ? 112 27 14
?Batted for Bagon la ninth,
??an for Mjrer* la sixth.
Soor? by Innin*?: a*s?e*144?I
?*?kTy_ki! * ? 4 4 0 4 * 0-4
temmary: Two-baae bits?Cute**-, natch
*r. Stolen bases-Murray, bnodgrasa Double
?tart? Wheat to MKler. Hartley to Ooyte.
L*7t on baaea?Ne- York. t; Brooklyn, *.
jrtrat b**e oa balle?OS Tesreau, 1; off Re
tea, L Struth out?By Baton. 2; by Tesreau,
, Hit by pitcher?By Ragou. 1- Time of
game, ? ax Umpire*. Kl*m and Urth.
PHILLIES LOSlTrO BOSTON
Beaton. October 4.-Beaton Dove* broacht
their season to a cloae with the Phillies here
to-day, defeating them U t* T. Manager
Doom used three twlrlere. hat the Dove*
???tied all of them aar?. McTlgu* weak?
ened it, the last Inning. Ave visitors tallying
on * successloa ef aiacis* and doubles.
Birke's home run waa * Icatar*. Score:
paekert. cf 4 1 1 I SCa p'oil. Cf 4 1 4 4 4
Lie Lac. Jb.. 4 1 a 1 ? Devlin, tb. 4 4 1 1 I
Ilasee. If... 1 4 4 4 4Sw*,oy. 2b 3 1 4 ? *
cravatb. tillll ?JUrte. If.. 4 1 3 * 1
Welsh, ib-e 4 4 2 1 1 Titus, rf... 4 I Z I *
Lud? rua. lb 4 4 4 4 4 Heuser. ** 4 3 j ? ?
? Dodge . 4 111 I 'Mor-avllle S 4 4 4 3
Boyle. *a.. 4 4 4 4 ?Rarldes. till
Mora-, c... 4 111 2MTigu?. ?Hill
ruxey. p... 1 4 4 4 4
Bayer, p.- 4 4 4 4 4
Fte'raa, p_ 1 1 3 t t
Totals ..M 11184 7 Totale ...Mil 11 37 ?
?Dodge, shortttop asd eeetnf ?**e.
Score by innlass: .._?a,a? ?_-1 I
Bammary: Two-base hlt*-Csmpbe!l (2).
Walsh. Titus. Paahert. Boyle. Tbree-bM*
hlt*-Flnner*a. Dole*. Heese r*a-Klrke.
Eaerlflee hit-Moraavlil*. Stolea basts Po
laa. paskert. Sweeney. Double plsya-Iasag*
teWaUb to I.uderua; Devlin toSweeoey to
Houaer. Flnst baa* on he!la?Off Rtxey. J.
od Hayer. 2: off McTtgue, 2, Struck eut-By
RUey. 2; by McTtgue. 4. Hit by sltcher-By
Hayer. 1- fasse* ball-Rarlden. Mora*. Em?
pires. Eaaon and Johastoa*. Attendance,
CUBS DEFEAT CARDINALS
chlcaao. October I-The Cabs defeated the
Cardinals a to 1 here to-day Bailee relieve*
Harmon la the sixth, the Cub* ssaktog all
their rune oa the southpaw It Sa??JjMS?
era- duel, in which four twlrler* partlcipat
ed. Score: ; _. ._.
aa. 1 an? Chfttage.
? ARRHOA ABRHOA
Burla*. :?1 4 1 4 ISheekd. If! 1414
ataieeTlt.. 1 ? 4 t 4MUl*r. cf.. 3 1 1 I 4
Mowrey. lb 4 4 1 1 ITlnher. f?-f * * * !
Konby. lb. 4 4 4 4 433m'a*. ?4IIIJ
Evtn*. rf-. 4 1 1 ? SCB? * * 4 J * ?
Hauaer. *a 3 ? ? 3 ?Seler. " * ! 1T I
Oakea. ef.. * S 1 4 4Evert. 2?.. J 4 4 1 3,
?mi*, c... 118 4 3Areber. e
Harsum p. 1 4 1 4 2 La Veer, p a 4 1 a 3;
sSte*!% -l 4_lUeteid. P-^^ll*\
Totals ...24 ~3 "t 34 ? TotaJo -.37 a asiu^
*"?UZ ta"."r:.? 1? * 4 4 4 1 *5!
** ^. ..? 4 4 4 4 34 1 *-!'
C*?*rVr T^aaas MM Wtasav Bvaaf
g*ertace hlto-Hauaer. Stagee. Itllier. Has
?LnT Stol.n b**e*-T1*ker. Miller
plain-Lavender to Archer to Elmnverman.
Lavender to Saier to Zimmermaa: Houaerte
Konetchy. Left on bams- St. Ljnl*. t. Chlca
go. 4. flrat base on ba)l*-Otf hUrmiis. 2.
eft* S*Uee. 2; 0? l_*vender. 2; ?? Lelflelo, L
?ruck ottt-By Harmon, 2: by Sallee. 2; by
Lavender. 1. Time of same. Im Umpire*.
Breennan and Owes*_
REDS IN FOURTH PLACE
Cincinnati. O.. October 4.?The Reds elacbed
fourth plsee In the pennant race by winning
a close end hard hitting game from the Pi?
rates to-day. 4 to 4. O'Tools waa knocked
out of the box in three Innings, while both
Fromme aad Suggs were hit frrely. The hlt
tlag of Mike MTtckeit was a feature. Seer*:
p*n eher, if 4 I 4 a ? VCarT. *-> I 1 3 1 I
Bates, ef... 4 13 3 tCarey. If.. 4 ? 1 4 4|
Hoe's*!, lb. 4 1 4 4 SHyatt. rf.. 4 4 4 2 4
Mttchen. rf4 3 4 3 *Wa*nr. a* 4 3 1 1 3
Areld*. ?b. * 4 1 t IMIller lb..4 4 2 I I
Oeant as... 4 4 3 3 ?Wilson, ef. 4 4 1 14
Bgaa,' Tb. . 4 13 4 SButler. Jb. 4 2 2 1 2,
Several4. e 3 4 4 4 ISInteei c. . 3 4 4 I 4
rajiaii. p 1 4 * 4 PO-Toole. p 1 4 4 I 4
2 4 4 4 1 Cooper, p.. 2 4 14 1 j
Totale -. 34 4tt37tt Tetnio .. 3t i 14 24 4
Score by teams*: R
Clactuoatl . .313tl4t4--4j
earthy. Milter. BvrTer. Three base hits? J
Bfltcken. Bgaa. Waaraer. Bern* ma?Mttcb
eU. Stolea bam* Carer. Streck oat?By |
Ptaaaws. 1; by Suggs. 2. by O Teole. 1: by
Ossper. 4 First base en balls?OC Cooper.
2. BTIts-OB Fl???. 4; off la**i. 4; an?
CSTssla. ?: off Coeper. 4. Time of game. I JS.
GsrUMr?( Since In
Oetober S?After I
al exhtMtlew* tba
Hunt Club will hold 4M
? another rave meet and horn*
Thta time the event* will b*
by the latrvdurtloa ef two
?anas, saw of which wrti b*
whirh will hap* for It* sab*'
Jsrt Tha History ef tne Chase from
?h* thaw Diana to the present day
BB" The day of sport will take
ea the farm of Wintern F. Wtl
ea the Bear Wallow Read, wtsk-h;
an ta walking dtstanc* of Wsrveeten,'
ahm whisk, since the aaset la Apen, baa
gnen a* perfected for bvth appearsaee
gast comfort that It new stand* oa* ef
th* ?esst eettsble and eowvenlent places
ta Thhlnla for sa eewat *f thts kind.
Wftth the servers Me weather cnwdl
sjaaa tismti t o tehei ? wm he a
efap to he 1 ami mb*rsd for both the
fjasrt Claw aad the wetrvan. Every
ggatl prrngv a number of eeertos tn the
enjerwtary. WtTttam *? Bsnirs,
4BJ aseadfeaee* I nearest from ?
mm attiat from TH grata.
Terh. vTeshennrtne and ff^ntntet-^
^ ?itriTI YmtfrrtnUMY.
t hteage, s| M. Leala, x.
Baatsa. Ill Philadelphia. T.
?rosfclya. e. Sm? Yevfc, &.
ctaeheaati. ?, ptttsfcerxk. s.
?TISDING OK THE CLIS?.
ciok. M o?. LNt p.c. Year
Row vork,?i?a 47 asr aas
Ptttsfcttrgk .. ?I BS -fill jos
< kicaao .?1 pp AM jtt?
(taetaaatl .... TS TT .4*3 .4m
Philadelphia ..TS ss .4t4 M4
?t. Leeds.?3 ttg .414 JB?
Brook im .SN m jn .SIT
????? .as iaa ms -xT4
BY HE/tmr A6GIES
(Continued Prom First Page.)
to tackle low had s great d?a! to do
with the large score. A dire at the
feet of the runner wo'Jld have stopped
several long runs. Instead the men
stood on their feet and were bowed
over by the stiff arm. Jones. Blume
and Riley. and Ancarrow at times, left
their feet and nailed the runner in
hie tracks. The others were rooted to
Hoffecker, captain ol tne Aggies,
was the bright particular star of
the game, scoring four touchdowns on
long runs. Shifliey. at quarter and
Morris and Leomts. alternating In left
half, put up a great exhibition of
heady football. As a whole the en?
tire team is a credit to the school.
How It Happened.
Ancarrow opened the game by kick?
ing to Holland The ball was fumbled
and Blume fell upon It. Riley. An?
carrow and Jones, in turn carried the
ball but were unable to gain the re?
quired distance. Johnson punted. Ship?
ley ran it back twenty yards, and two1
quarterback runs around left end net?
ted the same distance. Ancarrow'
spilled the next play behind the line
and broke up a forward pass. Rich?
mond took the ball. Jones gaining1
four yards through the line and An- j
earrow made It first down. Perkins
fumbled, and the ball waa recovered
by the Agglea. Johnson, of the Ag?
gies, went through the line for five1
yards and before the college could'
get set Hoffecker went around end for
twenty-five yards for the first touch?
down. Shipley failed for goal
Richmond again kicked off. Hind
man received the kick and ran it j
back forty yards. Loo mis skirt ad and:
for twenty yards, and en the next!
play carried the half aver the Una,
Shipley kicked goeL
Shipley received the kicked*, and
dashing down the field warded off The
Spider tackiera, bat was downed on
the tkree-yard line by Perkins. An
attempted forward paaa waa blocked.
End of first quarter score. IS to a.
College took a brace and bald the
Agglea. taking the bau an downs.
Johnson punted end Jonea nailed bis
man on the fifty-yard Una- Ancarrow
intercepted a forward pass, bat drop?
ped the bill, which was recovered by the
Aggies. On the next play. Hoeffecker.
on s skin tsckls play, went through
the left side of the Une for forty
yards sad a touchdown. Shipley again
Maryland again received, and in two
plays lost eight yards- Blume broke
through and tackled Shipley for a
loss of fifteen yards. Time was taken;
out and Knode was sent In to reUeve
Shipley. Knode punted and Ancar?
row advanced the bell twenty yards.
Perkins tried a forward pass, but lost
his bead and tossed the ball to the
Aggies. Maryland again failed to
gain, and the bell went to the Col?
lege. Ancarrow again fumbled. The
Aggies, by consistent gaining, brought
the ball Into Richmond's territory, and
sfter a gain of fifteen by Leomla
through tackle. Hoffecker ran twelve
yards far a touchdown. The attempt
et goal failed. Half ended score, 1?
The second half waa a repetition of
the first- Richmond received the bell,
but could not gain. Hoffecker' again
tore off twenty and thirty yards at
will. Richmond, by a lucky fumble,
gained the ban once, bat afterfalling
to make distance. George teased tko
ball aver Johnson's bead, and the Ag
I Manager Ma,one |
TORTPAWS DEPENDED UPON BY
GIANTS AS WELL AS RED SOX
It May Be That Left
hanj Pitchers Will
Be Most Effective
Ray Collins of the Red
(Copyright by the Philadelphia In
The contenders In the big World's
Series fuss this year are both teases
whose biggest troubles have been to
beat southpaw pitching. While the
right-handed hurlers of their respec?
tive leagues havs been feeling the
sting of Giant end Red Sox bludgeons,
and members of both teams have
mauled out impressive betting figures
at the expense of these 'right-handers,
it has Invariably been the case that
as soon as a guy who propels the pill
with his port paddle scaled the hur?
ling hill to oppose them Giant and Red
Sox maces took a day off and put it
up to some other force to stave off
a defeat Not that both teams haven't
won games against southpaw pitching,
but on such occasions It has usually
been the left-hander's supporting east
thst booted his game away for him or
lack of hitting by bis associates that
lost his game. Both Red Sox and
Giants seldom beat an opposing pitch-'
er of the southpaw pursuasion by mae
Ing the pill.
Otto Hees, of the Boston Nationals:
Nap Rucker. of Brooklyn, and "Slim"
Bailee, of the St. Louis Nationals, three
southpawa with ineffective teams be?
hind them that hsve finished in the
last three pes'tions In the National
League race, have given the Giants
trouble all season. In spite of the!
handicap of having; the poor aiding
ami abetting accorded them by teilend
teams. While the major port1 on of the
Interruptions to the Red Sox's win?
ning; way during the paat playing sea?
son has occurred on the occasions
when they butted Into Eddie Plank, of
the Athletlea; Veen Gregg, of Cleve?
land, and "Lefty" Hamilton, of the
St. Louis Browns, the latter eiso with
a teilend team behind htm. In fact.
It is not exceeding the speed limit to
ssy that had there bean more effec?
tive southpaw pitchers In both leagues
this season, the big scream next week
would probably not be playing one
day stands between the Polo Grounds.
Nsw Tork and Pea way Park. Boston.
On this account, there hi likely to
be an overthrowing of the advenes
pitching dope an the Mg series when
the stuff comes Off. Just now we hear
the meet noise about Joe Wood and
htatbeweon ae Teareaa. these three be?
ing the star pitchers of the opposing
teams aa they come down the stretch,
bat It moat not be overlooked that
the pitcher who happens to be
the heedliner la the general average
of results daring a playing asaaen la
aot always the moat effective to op?
pose a certain opponent in a crucial
series. In opposing one adversary for
a single series of games, with no pro?
ceeding ar subsequent contests to
cause pitchers to be worked In order
so as to erat the beat average of re?
sults, the sole en4 in view being the
result of that ana series alone, the
pitcher mast be selected for what his
effectiveness against that certain ad?
versary M likely to be and not for his
general worth during a long playing
Conaie Mack won pennants from De?
troit and Boston by saving Plang and
sTiaaso and working them on alter?
nate days when be met these two
teems, invariably cleaning op the aa-1
BY JIM NASIl'M.
Ties with this pair of southpaws, a |
fast that caused Krause to establish j
a record for'asmas won in the Amer->
lean League one aeaaoa when he was
really an Ineffective pitcher against
other teams, his worth when facing
Boston and Detroit being the only
thing that kept him In the league
That season Krause pitched six con?
secutive games against the Red Boa
before they scored a ran on him
It la the convincing worth of this
dope la dealing with a special aeries
of games against a Single opponent
aach aa the World's Series, aad on he
count of the weakness af bath belli?
gerents la the coming season against
left-hand pitching, that ws sand out
a clarion note of warning to the af?
fect that It would not be surprising
whan the bag enow comes off to see
the much-heralded Joe Weed-Ma thew
son-Tesreau pre-eminence on the hur?
ting kill basted and Messrs. Ray Col?
lins and-Rube Marenard ruling the
It was Eddie Plans, the AthleticSs
southpaw pitcher, who started his
team on its winning way In , the
World's Series gamea against this same
Giant team last fall Connie Mack
throwing hla southpaw into the breach
for the second game after the Giants
hart beaten Bender In the opening con
teat and holding Coombs ovsr for the
third game, and Plank held the Giants
to five hits aad one run, fanning eight.
Marquard's "blowout" In the stretch
after hla phenomenal winning streak
will.be a big blow to Giant hopes la
the coming series, providing Rube falls
to regain hla effectiveness, ss with
"the stuff" all there the southpaw
slants of Marquard should be especially
?Httd for the Job of foiling Beaton
bludgeons. On the. other head. Ray
Collins la now right for tho series,
end whatever Joe Wood's success In
keeping the ball away from the
Olants's bate, their weakness against
southpaw pitching la going to give
the Giants a lot of trouble to ac
ennralate base hits when they face
this excellent forkhand hurler. If
Marquard yets "back to form" for the;
big series, the thing is likely to de-1
velop Into a southpaw duel between
Collins and Marquard. with the otber
star pitchers af the opposing casts la
the background, while If bfarquard
falls to "cease back'* the Red Box
shouba have the bulge In the pitch?
ing. To my mind. Collins and Mar?
quard form the helsare of power of
i tho two teams, owing; to ths Inefficiency
[ of both attacks against southpaw pitch?
ing, and this uncertainty regarding the
j form of Marquard la the big thing that
balls ap the advance dope on the se?
ries- Marquard "right," even money;
Marquard "off form." give the Red
Sox the call aa the strength of Ray
This Collins psrsoa. too, contrary to
moat southpaws, la aa effective pitch?
er against all teams. This is evi?
denced by the fact that during the
playing season he baa plied up fifteen
"wins to seven losses, and baa always
been particularly effective against the
Athletics, a team that Joe Wood al?
ways baa trouble to beat, and one
that dotes on southpaw pitching; and
usually whales the wadding out of
the otber forkhand twlrlera of the
American League. Keep your lamps
trimmed on this Collins per son to leave
the merke ef hla long fin In tho com
I gies recovering It, "cored an easy
I touchdown. The lineup waa:
j Richmond. Position. Maryland
Hutch ernon . .right guard... .Williams
George .centre. Keshler
OTfetl-_left end. ...7-Smith
a>imaisiT: Beferse. Blacktston. Wil?
liam and Mary. empire. Kettsea,
Georgetown. Headllnesman. Witt. V.
ML I Touchdowns TetTecher (t).
Morris. I. semis Goals from touch
down?Shipley (S). Knode (t). Tims
i ef quarters, id minutes. Soor?. 4? to f.
HAVE GOOD TEAM
THe w+mWmm tor ? teat
Richmond Academy ar* very eeigSK.
Training of tko tow oo*?n on Sep?
tember 24. when twenty-eight csadl
?Jdatee responded to the coll ofC^p
tain Pitt, Too sound to aadsr ".. di?
rection of Hnrry OrlMn. who ewtM
the fast eleven at Fork Unten ?mary
Academy last eeaeoa. He has hosa
riving the men hard work dorian tko
paat wet and ^jf^*"f* l?iae?aa
form his men are showing- AJtnongn
composed almost entirely ^ ?^/T;
teriai. the team pnt ap a plesky agat
la a aerlmmago last Thursday after?
noon, when several of the hoys ware
working like veterans._
The Academy eleves will ha unusually
light this season, hot Coach Grlmn
sxpccts to torn out a team that will
nave apeed. aad tkaa he sate to held
Its own against the heavier teama It
la scheduled to meet.
Sevrai of last year's men win ho
seen In uniform again. Captain Pitt
Is showing; up wall at quarter. Ho ta
cool, has good Judgment and knows
how ta run his team WhlUock gad
Manager Mahone promise to derelop
tnto that end*. Owsna and wicker
are showing up well In the harlrtlsld.
Among the new men. Etoeh. from Old
Point College, will h? a mluahl* man
in the Una. Hub! Is a fast man In the
hackfleld aad will proaahly do much
of the punting, a* he Sbowu experience
aad can hoot the tlaahla with swift?
ness sad pi eels ten
Among the others wha ar* showing
up well are: Millar. A.; Wktttet. At-!
kin*. Jonen, *nd?: Carter, minndara.
beck*: Roden. Beaaler. Kin*. Parrtah.
Dtvls. Wood. Cheatham. Blair. Cam aal.
Montagus. Coaltor, Jeffrie*. Digs*.
Harrison. Pat ton.
Cobb, Rice and Associated Press to
Series For The Time^ Exdusively
\ Tyrus Raymond Cobb, premier batsman of the world, and I I
Grantiand Rice, not only an authority on baseball, but unques- I
tionabl.v the most picturesque writer on baseball topics in the I
United States, augmented by the complete and exhaustive re- II
ports of the Associated Press will cover the World's Series, the II
first game of which begins in New York Toesday, for The H I
Times-Dispatch. Each of these festures will be exclusive toi I
The Times-Dispatch, and no one mt; tested m the series can I
he well informed unless reading the reports of the expert*
_ Cobb*? name i* a household word. His reports of the games ^mmmmmmm*
cmm which appeared in The Times- Dispstch last year were regarded ****** ?ssasnssj
ss the Is** word in expert hoseball analysis. Grantiand Rice is enwaltr well known to the bese
bsJI torhsw fnjtrtst. He has a styl? all his own. a style which, hr the way. bos made Ms
cdTcrhsgs m Othnsil by the loading newspapers in the United States. The accuracy, tussskSs
?ess ssd ijsStitainiwg style of the Associated J'ress writers needs no comment.
In asVIWoo to these festures. The Tfmes- Dispatch's fJetUic scoreboar.l, manned try ex
fert operators, win tell the story of each fernst, play by ssny. jext ss they Up pi* either hi New
York or Bsssjps. The board has been placed oa the Bss* Street side of The Timii Piss all s
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OLD-TIME STARS IN 1
GAME FOR NATIONAL^
After Griffith Hears of Athletics' Defeats H*
Makes Burlesque of Contest?Tigers Blanked
bv White Sox?Naps Very Easy for Browns.
Philadelphia. ?| Mit?, S,
New York, Si Wiiktoftw, ?V
Detroit. ?>| CUcAf*. S.
It. liWli, 1?| Clovelnnd. 3>
standing or m oiiirM.
Ct?t*. Wots. law*. B.C. Tear
Beate? .IM 47 .Ml AM
Waaklagtea .. M ?1 JIM .?38
Philadelphia .. M ?3 AM Art
Chicago .TT TS AM ABT
Cleveland _Td TS AST AST
Detroit .M tt AM 4*7
St. Danas.M IM AM AM
New Tork.-M IM A3? AM
New Tork, October a?Clark Griffith won
hl? winter keard bill for himself to-day by
driving: bis Washington tefat kerne la necend
place In the American Laagrua race, tale in?
cidentally scoring bis gr?Stet triumph as a
big league manager. It Is understood that
Griff bet the Philadelphia Aj-sletlc* and won
a bunch of money that htfebb?ld best out
the Mnciunen this season, and his dream
came true this afternoon when Boston de?
feated the Champions of the World.
Griff turned the came with the Yankees
Into a burlesque ss soon as he heard the
news, although up to that time the Senators
made a determined effort to via. aad Waiter
Johnson was kept warming Up on the side
linen When Griffith" heard hla fate he
promptly put Nick Altrock and Germany
bchaefer, the comedian, fp the gam*. Nick I
went la to pitch, while Bchaefer went to aec- ,
ond. Old Jack Ryan, the Washington scout. 1
played third, while Jerry Agler aad Dick!
Morgan also get In the game.
Nick was soon batted out of the box. aad
Griffith himself relieved the old left-hander.
Chase got a blow off Griffith, which drove
in two rune, aad a twinge la the once fam?
ous pitching arm warned Griff to retire.
From the seventh on the game waa probably
the funniest thing ever aeea la organised
baseball, aad the audience enjoyed a great
TTasSlisjIis New Task,
Mealier. HI 1 1 I ?MlrkitL 3b? 1 I ? 3
Koster, 3b.. 3 I 3 I tChaae. Ib.. 4 I 113 I
Ryan. 3b... I ? * 1 ?Daniela. If ? 1 1 ? I
Milan. Cf...4 1 I 3 tLelrVlt, rfj 3 I 1 I
Gandll, lb.. * 1 1 ? tStump,
Asler. lb... 4 4 4 4 ISmlth. el.. 11 I M
ifporte 3bl I 1 1 SM-ltira, ?*????
?aehaafer.. 1 I 1 MB. Wma. e 1 4 4 3 4
Shanks. lf. 4 4 3 3 4St.fett. e. 3 1 1 3 3
MBride, as I 1 4 3 4sH- Tpeon ?4*14
SorSuT a? 4 4 4 4 4Keating. Pi 4 4 4 4
A. Wms. 0 3 4 11 1 Fisher, p.. 4 4 4 4 4
Henryke-.3 4 4 1 I Schul ts. p. 1 1 4 3 3
Baghea, p.. 1 4 4 4 3
Cashten. p. 4 4 4 4 4
tAltroek .. 1 ? 4 8 4
jOrlfflth? ... 1 4JJ J _-_
Total* ...at"lXl Mfl Totals ...? 4 S8TB
?Schaefer, second baae aad pitcher.
tAltroek. pitcher and gret base.
tGrlffith. pitcher and second base.
,Ran for R wmiasss In fourth.
Boor, by innings: .,,?1*4144-4
^mnu^r 'Two-Issm him^Ur. Ba-le'a
Honte mn.-LeHv.lt <1)._Chmn
SsTaelk Saartne. ? ?
snaanaT baaes-Mtbsn (I). Daalela. Lellvelt,
l ump. sehaaf? la* on b^^Waahlng
ZmTtt N.w Tork. 4. First b***jH*
Off Hughe* 1: off Caahlen. Tfcj?? aT**ttaS.
Vr Altrock, l; by KaaUns. 3; by P??hor. 1.
Wild plteh-gehnlts. Pa?ad hall-H. ?
llama (8). Umpires. Bart aad Dianen.
WHITE SHUTS OUT TIGERS
Detroit. October fc-Wlth Cebb and Craw
ford missing from the Detroit betting order.
Dec White bad Uttl* difficulty In .hutting
the Tiger* out, I to A to-day. Dan** pitch
Id a good game, but had a habit of letting
the nATntasTup get en. Generally the aest
three wer. easy. Score:
Hath. tb... 4 113 lBu*h. ??.-. 14 114
if. .. 3 4 4 4 ?Cor.?*,B. 4 4 4 4 1
Collins, rf- 3 4 4 I SJonea, rf.. 4 4 3 4 4
Bodle. ef.. 3 3 14 lVltt. If... ? 4 1 1 4
Horton, lb. 3 1 311 ?Veaeh. cf 3 4 1 4 4
Zeider. Jb.- 4 0 1 1 1 Louden. ?4*434
Weaver. *1 1 1 < ??B Osnlow 3 4 4 14 4
Eaeterly. c 4 * 1 3 IStaaag*. ?34134
Whit*, p... 4 4 4 1 ?Danas, p.. 3 Jl -* 4 J
Total* ...83 ? * 5 14 T*tal* ..-? 4 4 31 14
?E. Onalow. flint base.
Seer, by Innings: afeaU?*?* ?S
rhlcaao .a I #?11 ?II??
Botrot? ...".4 #4444 44 4-4
Two-baa. hits- Barton. Weave*
Rath. Stnoagn. Denan Three-baa* hit?Bo?
gie sacriace hit?Lord, Sacrifice file*-Bar?
ton. Collis*. Stolen bane-VItt Double play*
-Bosk t* Lenden to B Oaslew; White to
Weaver to Berten (?V Left en booe. De
treit. 4: Chicago, a Ftmt base *? balls-Off
Dana*. t> Struck oat?By White. 3: by Beaea.
L Hit by ptteher?By White. 3. Time of
game. 1:34. Umpires. OLouffbltn aad Me
Philadelphia, Oeteber k-Tbe ex-Caaaapton.
were whitewashed by the praea.t title-bold
?i* la th* law aat ef the liun aar? M*
day 3 to ?. Seers:
Hooper, rf. 1X11 1 Murphy, rf 4 ill f
Torhca. 2b. 4 o 1 1 lOSdrlng. of 1 ? 1 l ?
Speaker, ef 4 ? 1 2 4 Collins, lb. 1 ? ? 4 t
LewU. If... 4 4 11 ?Baker, ah. 2 ? ? 2 #
Oarda'r. ?411? IMInnla. lb S ? ? ? ?
Btahl. Ik... 2 ? 111 ?Strunk, ef. 1 ? 1 2 ?
Warner, as * ? 1 1 1 Barry, h. M HI
Cady, c....4 1 1 f 1 Lapp. a.... S II I I
O'Brien. p. 2 ? ? ? SBender. p 1 ? ? ? ?
?Walsh ??? 1 ? ? ? ?
Coomb* a. 1 ? ? i I
Total? ...a imxtis Totals ...? ? 4?n
?Battod for Brown ? sixth.
Score, by Innings: B.
Besten .? ????l#ll-a
Summary: Two-base hi to?Cady, Oardasr
Three-base hit?Terkea, First base ea balls?
Off Bender. 1. Struck out?By Bender, 1; hp
O'Brien. by Brown. 2. Umpires. Brass
NAPS LOSE FARCIAL GAME
St. Louis. Oetober 1.?The Browns temped
three Cleveland pitchers to-day aad woe a
farelal same. 11 to L James. Steen aad Broa
a?r were clouted far slxteoa hits, thra
doubles betas la the collection. Baamgard
nor bold the Nape to six hits. Williams pst
three singles and a double. Hla hits aast as
Uro runs, and he scored four himself.
AB R HO A AB R HO A
Shotton. ef4 * S ? BJ'hnr-n. Ik C 1 I t 1
! Willie's, rf ( 4 4 ? ?Chap'a, ??. 4 ? 1 * 1
(Brief. If ... ?12 1 SOUos. lb I till
Pratt, lb... ? 111 Uaeks'b. rf4 ? 1 1 i
Stora.ll. lb. ? 1 1 * ?Lajolo. Jb.. s ? 2 ? 4
; Austin. Ib.. 5 ? 2 0 ?Hen'rlx. ef 2 ? ? 1 ?
Miller, as.. 4 ? 1 1 lOraney, !M ? I H
Alex'der, etil? I Adams, e.. 4 ? ? I 9
? Baum'er, p2 1 4 ? 1 James, p.. 1 ? ? i
Steen. p.. 1 ? ? ? 1
Bren'or. p. 1 ? ? ? i
?Orlggs ... 1 ? ? ? ?
Totale ...Mil IT ff T Totals ...m 1 4 mm
?Batted for Brenner In ninth.
Score by Inninga: B.
Summary: Two-baeo hits?Austin. Brief,
' Stova.ll. Williams, Alexander. Three-base
! hits-Jackson, Pratt. Saeriflce hits?Chap
I man. Pratt, Miller, Brief. Stolen bases Ol
; son, Stetten. Pratt, Austin. Double Blays?
, Graney to Adams: Granel to Johnson te Ol?
son. Left on bases?St. Louis. 4: Clevelaad.
i M. Hits?OS James. 5 In 11-1 Innings; eat
I Steen. i In 2 2-1 inning*. First base ea baile?
Off Baumgardner. 1: off Steen. T: off Ja
I 2: off Brenner. 1. Struck out?By
I cardner. 4; by Steen. 1: by James. 1; kr
i Brenner. 2. Hit by pitcher?By James. 1;
I by 8teon. L Wild pitch?Baamgardser.
I Brenner (2). Time of game. 1:S^ Umpires,
I Connolly and O'Brien.
IN W. 41.611
Lexingtonians Finally Win From
Western Maryland After
Much Bitter Wrangling.
Lexington. Va.. October ??Playing;
In great form, Washington aad Lee
defeated Western Maryland College to
football to-day by the score of 39 to
12. The gams was characterized fey
frequent wrangling aad rough play?
ing. The features of the game warn
the forward passes and end runs, gad
especially the forty-yard run hy
People. MUler, Terry. People and
Miles played the game for Waahlag
ton and Lee, while Bowers and Beast
played a great game for Maryland.
I After the first half the acrubba rar
placed tbe varsity, and before tha
game was over every men on taa
square was given an opportunity to
work out. The score:
W. and L, Position. Marylaad.
Edwards, Bone. R H. B..Taylor
Terry.I* H. B...Bean
People.F. B..Twlgg. Elliott
Kaftery.. y..Q. B..Bowers
Barker. Butt-1* E.Duke. Hooka
Stewart. Shults..L. T..Prltehett
Rogers. Davidson . I?. O..Numbers
Moore. Centre .Hssaag
ton and Lee. Edwards. Terry (2), Pea
plea; Weatern Maryland. Beall. Num?
ber Seid goals?Washington and Leo.
Battery Goals?Washington aad Leo?
Miller (I): Western Maryland. Bean.
Referee?Randolph, Virginia. Umpire
?Groom. North Carolina. Linesman?
Carver. Time keeper?Donahue.