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HAPPENINGS IN THE
Defeating Akron by Score of
KAISER LEFTY WILHELM
Wins Out in Great Pitcher's
Bobby Quinn Uats Like a Fiend und
Scores Only Run ot the Game
HOW THE CLUBS STAND.
AVou Lo.st l'.C.
Lsincabter '1 1 .800
Sharon ; ? .000
Voungitow it y - . CiOO
Xew Castlo Ii .a .500
Marion 2 3 .-100
Akron 2 V .'100
Nuwalk 2 3 .'100
Mansfield 1 ii .250
iMarion at Akion.
Mansfield at Voungstown.
N'ewaik at Newcastle.
Liineitbter at Sharon.
Lancaster, It; Sharon, 1.
Younghtown, II; MansfJeld, 1.
Marion, 1 ; Akron, 0.
Newaik, 1; New Castle, 0.
(By L. J. RITCHIE.)
Akion, O., "May 0. A gent
named Fnnell was hugely ripon
siblo for -Akron' defeat by Marion
in the opening homo game of tho
reason here Wednesday afternoon.
In the third inning, with two men
down and Nebinger and Hon Caffyn
occupying second and third. "Cnp"
Kiwt slammed n terrific diive to
right. Three bate signals biistled
out all over tho ball, and Iho fic
hundred fans wao wom piesent
aroso and let out a m flity whoop
as Xubingqr and Caffyn sprinted
towni'-d tho i)Iate. But the auburn-
huh oil gazabo" out in tho pastures
was yet to bo reckoned with. Ho
ccmo rushing ncroj-y tho lot with
outstretched -mitt, straining every
nervo to got' within reach of the
bnll, a i i-il jutjt managed to tab it
Tho happening took all of iho
ginger out of iho Akrou bunch, and
in the xo.'uiith inning, when Hobby
(jiiinii led off with a clean single
thiough tho infield and afterward
scoied oi Middlcton's drive lo left,
WIioeo Great Oatch Saved the Day
Iho one run was n jjooil as a bun
dled. I'p to that lime tho visitors had
been pi for "Itubc" Aimstiong,
Who was assigueil to tho flinging
stunt by .Manager Enst. For six
innings, not a Marionito saw lirst
base, ind "Annie" had them on
liis wagon all tho way. Jhit the
Akron bunch didn't dp anything
toward uunnssing runs duraig this
diterim, either, and honors wore
Still even when Qirinn opened up in
tho .seventh, Just na tho little
liiHliuiuu straightened but on the
ball, a baud which had thus far
jeoti imusicloss struck aip a lively
nurch. Tommy Mylott and ( Farrell
.vcro easy, but when Middloton
amo up tho band was still tooting.
VJicn he, too, banged tho leathor
jafe, the crowd .shut tho musicians
i . r r
tp, in a nurrj ,
oil) Schwartz was chased bonch
tf&rcL hi' theTlcilitliibyUiopJr,. Listj
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BASE BALL WO
mid Ills place nt i'iisl was taken
by Nick Kahl. Talc started Mil
lion .'s half of t lie inning by slam
iir'Sis a clean hit 10 right, and
when 'Liiiileinaii tried to sacrifice,
he rapped the liall .straight into
A iJi:st long's hands. But "Armio"
booted it for a moment, and then
fielded it to Schwartz. Kvcn at
that, il looked to tho crowd as
though Hill hal lcceivcd the ball be
fore liindemau landed on tho in
itial bag, but "Umps" List coudn't
see it that way. lio called tho Ma
linii lirs-t .barman safe, and
Schwartz put up a yell.
"To the bench' List's order
came in firm loncs, and Hill, real
izing that kicldng was uscIosm, wnn
tk'it'fl off tho tield. .
"Come on, List, what's comfng
off hcio?" roared Bnsl, trotting in
"lie's benched," replied Iho
Who Dofcatcd Akron Yc3tcrday in
the Opening Game.
"umps" "and jou'll go too if you
Tim T'lood was next' up, and hjs
bunt along third base lino went far
a hit, Strood 'playing the ball to
roll hull, wuii the oases lull and
nobody out, Luskey grounded to
Dick Xeb'mger, and tho youngster's
tlnow to the pinto had Tato beaten
a mile. Then Williclm flicd to
Callahan, and Quinn soaked what
looked like a pretty single out over
second. But Nebinger, nfter a
rapid-lite move, knocked down iho
ball, and lib tow to East had
Marion again had the bases full
in the ninth, whon, with two men
down, Mickoy LaLongo missed tho
third strike on Middlcton and lot
tho latter gent reach firt. Talo
singled and Lindoxan walked) but
Captain Flood wasn't equal to tho
emergency, and Xlied to Caffyn.
Tate, If .,
..32 f, 27 13 0
Akion ab h mi
Caiialian, r ;i o 3
N'ingor, a , l o
Caffyn. If .,t, i y4 .
I'Jast, 2b- ;' 4 i 3
Nallln, in .,..'...,;..... I 010,0
S'nrtz. lb, ,.;..., 3 ),n 0
Knhl. lb ,...r..v, 1 n i o
str(,or. 3b It 0.C.1 0
L'lonso, c,, .,.....,. ,.,.,, 3 Ji (i. 2
Arm'g, p o,.o '2
Totals yo c 27 11
'Marion ,.....,'.,, 0 0 0 0 O'O 1 0 0
Akiou ...0 0 0000000
SacriOco hits Callahan, Mylett,
Llndoman, Stolen base Caffyn. First
base on balls Off Armstrong, 1; off
Wllhclm, 3. First base on errors
Marion, "2. Left on bases Akron 7;
Marion, - ti. Struck out By Arm
strong:, G; by Wllhclm, .3.' Passed
ball Luskey. Time .1:41. Umpire
List. Attendance 500.
NOTES OF THE GAME.
Well, tho'Litno Dinners, took tho
future champs into camp yesterday.
Middloton came tp;tho iiescuo.yes
toiday and hit out 'a' timely binglo
bringing in tho run 'that won 'tbo
In tho eighth and -. ninth- innings
tho Limo Burners liiid tho base 'full
but could not get'i aiiotb-V man
across tho plate. It'doin6U-.H.t-Vr
however, as they.alreadyf.'.'had1
enougliv to win.. ?,,-. m
Away from tho cellar champion
ship for oui we, arc now t:cd lor
fifth. Anothel vietory at Akron
today will give, us another jump.
Quinn singled in the first half
of tho seventh and was the first
Limo Burner to reach first base
Mylelt put him on second with a
saerJfieo. and Middloton brought
him over with a hit.
Another game with the AkronUoj
today and tho Lime Burners will
ciniio liax.o tonight to play Young
stown ,hcro tomorrow. The manage
ment has announced that tomorrow
is Ladies' Day at tho paik and tho
fair sex will bo admitted frco of
charge to the grounds and grand
stand. Theio will probably bo a
great turn out of gentlo rooters.
Youiigslown will bo heio for two
Mud then Akion will nriivo on Sun
day playing hero three lays. Wo
couldn't ask for a better program.
.Lefly AVilhelnl pitched gicnt ball
yesterdpy, and n largo share of tho
cicdit U duo to him. Kaiser had
'wn guc-sing all the time and when
things looked lnrk, he tightened
up and Assisted by great folding
nut tho homo team" to sleep.
Marion played nn errorless game.
Wilinot or Burke will probably
Ditch the iranio lnilnv iie-niiiul. AL-iyii
and whichever does not work today
will appear in tho opener with
Youngstown hero tomorrow!
To go right into the camp of
tho enemy and take the opening ,
nay game snows that Mat ion learn
ed well tho lesson taught by Now
A big auto parade was one of
the foatuicH of the Akion opening
day. Mayor Kcmple delivered the
Whoso Batting Was a Toaturo
find bull and then Cecil Armstrong
leliuvcd His- Honor on tho slab.
jump fiom seventh
in tho pennant race
going just a ,low.
. i .' ,..li !.... ( ll...ll'
iVKrou uiii" n.u,i ' i"u 4,i4
Fan ell any too well. Can't bluino
ihcm mile'-. II was. "Red" that
siuotheicd Akion's nily chanco to
win yostei day's game with his bon
satloiial catch of- Captain East's
haid (I live in the third.
LANCASTER, 4; SHARON, "i.
Simon, Pa,, May 8, Ovr 800 people
sat through a drizzling rain and saw
the dingers defeated today. Lan
caster suited all Its runs In tho
fourth. .Mock fell In tho mud while
Holding a ball, when bo should have
effected a double play. He theu
forced a run In on a base on balls.
Two other runs camo after that.
Sharon scored on a pass, an out and
a double. Score:
R H K
Lancaster ...00030000 03 7 2
Sharon 0 0 0 0 0 0 I 0 01 4 3
Batterles-Iohns ami Fox; Mock
and Mattlson. Runs Clover, Raftls,
Locke, Holler. Two base hlts-tMnt-tlson,
Raftls, Stolonr ' bases Patter
Boh, CleverJ Locke. First base on
balls Off Johns. 3: , off Mock, 2,
Struck out By Johns, 5; by Mook,
4. Cubic play Idling to Patterson
to Mattlbon. .Time 1:50. Umpire-
Latham) Attendance 800.
YOUNGSTOWN, 3; MANSl'IELD 1
Mansflold. O., Mfly's.-The Youngs
town champions won here today.
Yqtingstowfl scored In tho first on
successive baws on balls, followed by
Breen'is out, and two more In the
eighth, when Bloilnt'a pass was fol
lowed by a double by Laywrence and
single by Stars: "4 "MMBfleld'B only
rirn waB .tfoored y, In ' tkc seventh' by
r!-"v" "".""''j "-.'irr.
, Diu".r,i.j!'i,ihv , irjuil:;
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hanty Is laid up with a soro arm.
Scoro: ' ,
R II &
Mansfield ....0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 01 4 3
Youngslown.,1 0 0 0 0 (9 0 2 03 3 2
Dattcrles Buckholtz and Bralmator
Comnton and Redman. Runs Drake,
Blount, 2; Lawrence. Earned runs
Mansfield, 1; Youngstown, 1. Two
busd'blta Drake, Buckholtz, Hoopcs,
Lawrence, Stolen bases Starr, Mc
Aleese. Double Playa Compton to
Starr; Compton t o Starr to Mc
Aleese; Blory to Hoopcs. Sacrlflco
hits iDrnke, Rlttcr, Compton. First
base on balls Oft Buckholtz, '6; oft
Compton, 2. Struck out By Buck
holtz, I; by Compton, 5. Hit by
pitched ball iltoblnson. Time 1:40.
NEWARK, 1; NEW OASTLE. 0.
Now Castle, Pa., May 8. New
ark whitewashed New Castle in tho
opening game today. Snyder scored
tho solo run on a pass, a steel, Hog
an's error and Wall's single. Score:
II H E
Now Castlo ..00000000 00 2 2
Nowark . 0 0000001 01 3 1
Baitcrles Stccn and Murphy; Asher
apd Winters. Run Snyder. Struck
out By Stcon, 5; by Ashor, C. First
base on balls Oft Steen, 4; oft Asher
0. Dwble plays Steen to Schlatter
to Murphy; Steon to Plnkney . to
Wrattcn. Time 1:25
Hart and Sternberg.
(O. & P. PRESS ASSOCIATION.)
AJ-ron, O., May 9. .Weather flno
for today's game, and a large at
tendance Is promised this afternoon.
Brcckenrldge will pitch for Akron
and Burk will officiate for Marlon.
Minneapolis, C ;Columbus, 5.
Toledo, 5; St. Paul, 1.
Milwaukee, 3; Louisville, 0.
Kansas city, 10; Indianapolis, 2,
Canton, 1; Dayton, 0.
Springfield, 3; Wheeling, 2.
Grand Rapids, 4; Terre Haute, 3.
Evansvllle, 3; South Bend, 1.
P. O. M. LEAGUE.
Zanesvllle, 3; Stcubonvllle, 2,
Charlerol, 1; Braddook, 7.
WHITEWASH P0R TWO.
Plttiburg and Cincinnati Failed to
Score In Their First Gam in the
Standing of tho 'Clubs.
Won. Lost. Pet.
Chicago 14 7 .667
New York IJ. 6 .647
.Athletics 10 7 .588
Detroit .- 10 8 .556
Cleveland , 10 10 .500
Boston 8 10 .444
Washington 5 11 .313
SU Louis 5 14 .263
Following Is the score of, the only
gar, played Wednesday:
At Chicago Cleveland 7, Chicago 5.
Moore, Joss, Clarke, Wakefield; Alt
rook, Fiene, McFarland.
, NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Standing of the Clubs.
1 ' -' Won. Lost. Pct,
New York 17 .1 .850
onicago 16 3 .842
Pittsburg 9 6 .600
Philadelphia 10 7 .588
Boston 8 10 .444
Cincinnati 7 11 .380
St. Louis 4 16 .200
Brooklyn' ., 1 16 .059
Following aro Wednesday's scores:
At New York Pittsburg 0, New
York 4. Lieneld, Phelps; Mathewson,
At Brooklyn Chicago 12, Brooklyn
4. Brown, Kllng; Stilcklett, Bergen.
At Boston Cincinnati 0, Boston 6.
Mason, Schlol; Pfeffer, Blown.
At- Philadelphia St. Inils 6, Phi".,
adolphla '4. McGlynn, Noonan;
Sparks, Moran, Jacklltsch,
A Hard Schooling.
"Popley's quite nn outertaluor. I
beard blm last night at an oveulng
"Yes; ho developed that talent in tbo
,, "The Ideal That young?"
"Oh, you misunderstand me. I mean
his children's uursnry, Uo's bad so
many to entertain there," Philadel
"Pole," said Meandering MlUe, "what
would you do lfyou had a lot qf mon
ey?" "I duuuo," answered Plodding Pete.
"Mebbo I'm better off dls way. tfbhie
of deso fellers dnt ban a heap 9' .coin
simply makes dolisolfs sick worryln'
for fear dey'll spend some of It,"
t . ,
Didn't trke Him That Way,
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A QUAINT CASE. nv
Brother Quackenbosi on the Affair of
"Now, dar was de case ob Brudder
Lonzo Bimraellck," rcmlnlsceutly said
old Brother Quackenbosi, "an', lookln'
at It' dls-uk-way an' dnt, It sho'ly was
f some 'quaint. Darwns his wife, Sls
tab. Claudlne well-lib, Brudder Lonzo
nn' dat 'ar yallnh lady was most on.
glner'Iy Bqunbblln an' squlbblu' uh
twlxt dcjrsefs. Do bone ob concus
sion wns mostly religion an' yo' reor
ganizes, yo'so'f, sab, dat yo kin ac
cumulate a fight quicker fo' do glory
ob do Lawd dan on any udder sedl
nient in all ob woe's app'lnted ways
"Wolbuh, iin' one dny, after dom
folks, bad been disengaged In such a
epeclally piratical qtinr'l ober some
'spute'd p'lnt in do Scrlpters dc'Lamen
tattons of Jerrymlre, I b'lleves 'twins '
dat etc fambly Jar bad purt' nigh shook
do shingles btT do roof, Slstah Claudlno
flouted out iinV left Brmldcr Loiro to
bls.rcctnngular medications. Turrcct
ly, dnt brudder hntcbed out a fool no
t!ou dat do only way to git even whl dc
wlfo ob his buzzom was to whirl In nn'
commit suicide, an' den when she
found htm cold lu death she'd be sorry
fo' do way she'd expurgated him.
'Cawdln'ly, he gnllups down u bottle
ob etzC takes a paint brush an' writes
do worti 'Plzonl' In big letters on d
wall, dls-ulvway: 'p I X. NS
"Den he lays blsso'f down on de
couch wld !hls hands solemnly folded
across hlsso'f, tickled, to,dcatb to think
how 'stouuded his wlfo would be nt do
Joike he'd played ou her. Wcll-uli, on'
de quaint par,t was dat do lady had
s'-plcloucd him soiup time befo' nn'
switched bottles on him, nn' he'd done
drunK'niusUnge 'sllddler hahralcss com
poiihbl. "WhetfBlilrf Tvlfo gits home de po
lnunwus speechless, wld his inouf
stuck sbjut, his tongue glued to de roof
obHt nn' his epilogue nu' his gulllvci
pasted togeddttr twcll ho couldn't say
a'woVd if he was hung fo' It. An' do
lady laughed an' laughed twell sho
couldn't but jes guggle-uggle, an' it
took two white doctors half an hour to
git Brudder Lonzo prized open so's he
could brentbo free, ho wns dat scan'ious
stuck up. An' cndurln' ob do exercises
de gen'lcman had plenty ob tlmo to
blpber out what ho ort to uh-kuowed
long befo' namely an' to wit, dat n
man ain't got no show In nn argymuut
wld a lady, an' when do trouble begins
be mought Jos' as well rotch up nn'
pull down his hat on bis hnld nn' take
whotobor dor may bo uh-comln' to him.
'Do upshot ob do matter wns dnt ho
refaw'me'd den'nn' dar'nn' ain't 'tempt
ed to outtalk his wlfo iiar' time since.
Deso' days, wliudder HIstnb Claudlno
takes dQisldo ab Joneror de whnlo or
whatever',tlsw'ell, sab, 'Brudder Lon
zo don't say Utl nor- 'an' ' nor 'Izznrd,'
but Jes' rolls his oyns llko he sawtuh
rqmembors suthln'- palnfpl an' 'green
wld her, Yes, sah, ho-'grees4 wld her
every pop!" Woman's Home Coiupnu
"Beneath Hir, Notice,"
An Amorlcau tourist on a visit to
Glusgow on einerglufe froui thb railway
ptntlon was accostejl by a lad with u
familiar sfjout, of ""Carry your bag,
sir?" Tho gentleman handed tbo boy
the bag and requested ,to bo shown
through Glasgow. ) Crossing George
square, tuey came opposite to Sir Wal
ter Scott's monument, and tho boy
('Thai; is qne of the largest monu
ments In Scotland."
'Oli," said the Yinkee, with an air
of Indlfferencd, "wei have threepenny
cigars as big as tbatjln America."
XJioy got on a trim car going eaar,
aud'just us they alighted at the ter
minus a long Circular pje'ce of irou on
"a truck drawn by twelve horses came
up the street, .The American, in sur
prise asked what 'that was for, The
boy, remembering i hat the Yankee
had said about theclgars and with c
resolve to be Wen;wlth'blm,. replied
'Ohra new hotel; bs Just bW built
lavtl)' Trongat,,an4 that ! the kltoUea
i Is to lore children, and no mom
can oe-complctcly happy jnw
nttfctlipw. -vp thenrilealthrbtMrll '
.which the exocctant mothef
aai,a1l tm r.n fa.11 rt ilffnr JmP.'I
danger and fear that she looks forward t
to the critical 'hour with apprehension'
and dread. Mother's Friend, by its pen6
allays nausea nervousness, and
prepares the system for th
A RURAL RHAPSODY.
take me to the country, where th
nimospncro is pure'
And where I used to slzzlo In the fields
of new mown hay!
I Ion to loaf about and take the "back
to nature" cure
(Rut 1 linlo to hit the gravel, and a fare
I cannot pay).
1 want'lo walco o' mornings and set out
tho lark to view .
As ho pierces tho cerulean, the dcop, 'the
Oh, that I might go strolling where the
swaying stubbles grow,
Where tho ilalulcs nod serenely and the
morning glories blow,
Wliero the children chase the gopher, to
his hole bencnth the rock
And tho sweat Is on tho farmer as he
builds the barjey, shock. ,
So lot ma leave this desert of the dreaVy,
weary cast "
And seek with Joy the sylvan, shady
prolrlcs of tho west,
Where you see a stately poplar every
mllo or so at least '
And where I used to labor 'at' my gov
It's ho to -roam In bosky dell (whatever
that may be),
To seo tho v'ong horned mullcy cow
mooting o'er tho lea,
To skip along the dusty lanes and pluck
tho hollyliock .
And hear at eve tho lusty boys a-yclllng
nt the stock.
Oh, whero's the lass I used to woo, fall
haired and rosy checked?
(Grown fat perhaps and busy raising;
hens and garden truckl)
Tho mstlc gato wo leaned upon, whose
rusty hinges squeaked.
Shuts In perhaps the prancing colts
that leap and run amuck.
My mind's cje sees that lassie, grown to
Her tresses wildly (lying as she cuts the
kindling wood, '
Or eke perhaps perspiring as, arrayed in
She piles the wooden paddle on the butter
In the crock.
With sadness I remember how the barter
beards would creep' '
Adown my neck and up my legs and rob
me of my sleep. ' "
Fond memory- brings to mo the day whea t
at tho swimming pool ''
A snapping turtlo punished me for stay
ing out ot Rchool. 4
I chucklo remlnlnccntly when I remember
I raised the dust while fleeing from an
And how I used to feel 'a thrill .that wai
a corker when
My father got tho hatchet to decapitate
Ferd O. Chrlstgau In riecord-ljerald. i
The Restaurant Grafter.
Walter Sorry, sir, but wo can'l
Walter Tho boss says you tackl
tbo frco lunch on the way lu, order
plato of wheat cakes, drink up' the
Worcester and tho ollvo, oil, use three
napkins, pay 10 cents, hit the free
lunch on the way out and thea tell
people tho place Is on the pig. And il
la. It's ou tc? you. Judge.
Failure of the liver to
Slter bile from 'the
lood, where It U poison,
a.nd D&sa It Into tha In.
testlne. where It aide
rlae to bill.
and keeps tha bowels regular, gives
blllouanoss, headache, IndlgestlGa
Ipatlon and alao leads to disease o;
mo Kiancys, do
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Liver i'llla positively and thoroughly cure all
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