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F E0PLES TRANSFER GO
HAPPENINGS IN THE
BASE BALL WORLD
Defeats Lime , Burners by 10
to 2 Score.
BATTING OF SERVAT1US
Bright Particular Feature
of the Game.
Wiltaelm Blew up in Si xth When
a Homer, Three tiacker, Three
Bingles etc., Netted Three Runs
HOW THE CLUBS STAND.
W. h. Pet.
10 5 .702
12 10 .015
It! 10 .flo
1L 10 .G-21
11 10 .521
i) 11 .450
10 13 .435
1 10 .200
Marion . . .
I t.jicirdcr .
Idirin'r U10 leather all over tho
lot tlio Lanks lrom Ivancastcr ilc-fcati-il
the Lime Burners ycMcrduy
.il'tornoou by a fccorc of ten and
two. The bright particular fcatnic
it' the jr.11110 wasi tho balling of
Nemihiih who 'jmt two over the
nj;lil field fence.
"liCly" Wilhclin was suss-igiied
lo do tlio Hinging for .Mniion. Tho
"Kai,er" won lib iiJrst gaino
ugainst the hanks on Monday and
wanted to duplicate tho perform
ance. At it'imes his work was bril
liant but at others -Ihis sluggers
lioni down Mntevent aftci- him
with a villi.
Schiiltz Moikcd for Ijiincastcr
am', with Iho exception of 'the sec
ond and third innings was invin
Li the opener with 0110 out
lioclvc pushed 0110 through Jlylett
and was safe at farst. Ulslon hit
to Wilhclin who tlucw Locke
out at.hccond. One mighty slugger,
called Servatius hcie appeared for
the I'nst time since liib illnc-s and
j)iistcd tlie ball over tho right field
fence for a homer bringing in Eb
ton nb''iid of him. l'ox dicw a
pas, 1nc1V.hi beat out nu infield
hit and Kiil'tis wasi bit by n jiilcli
ed ball Piling the h.iscs. llumyh
it.Vs ended tlie '.lining by putting
up a lly to Viiiidll. Tho IWnrion
iti' went out in order,
Mr. Wilhclin was tho leal tiling
in the j-ecoiiil and fanned Schullz
I'.nvwn and I.ocke as fast as Ihcy
canio uj). In the locals' Imlf Mid
dli'tuu led off with 11 pretty single
to center niiil Tate advanced him
Willi ,1 sacrifice. Liiuleinaiin was
out on u foul fly and Flood caino
to (he rescue with a two bugger lo
I lie left field Ji'iiro scoring Mi'1
dh'tuii. Luskey went out on a fly
Marion got another, tyJng tho
"(oie in the third. With one out
Mylett singled and iccrcd on Far
rell'i. two bagger to left center.
Then the run getting ceased, aa
far .i Marion was eonccned. Tho
scon lemained n tio with each
l clier w 01 king his bcht iiml each
side pl.i.iug tioiisntioiial ball, until
llic mI1i when the visitors opened
In Unit l.it.il inning. Servatius
ijot h s second honic run as the
opener of the fusillade. Fox follow
ed with a two bagger and on sing.
Vs by Raft is. Humphreys, and
rcUluu. a bao on balls and sovar.il
niisplays, ix runs wca-o scoreJ
giving Tincaslor a safe Head. Then
tlmro was nothing (0ng m jjJC
ninth when an error, a wild pitub
a tbreo;basp hit nil'', n passed b.iil
gave LiiiK'nslut' two moro.
UVN'OASTKir All It II I'O A E
Brown, li ...... .'I 1 1 4 1 (I
Loeki, I r 0 0 12 0 0,
IJIslon,. j- r, l l 1 0 0
.ScrvalWi 111 .. r ;i 2 () 0 0
I'", ' dlliao
Nofcan. lb .... 5 1 1 13 1 0
Kaflk .'1 4 2 2 1 3 0
Humphreys, s .. d 1 1 1 4 0
Scjutfty p .... 4 0 0 1 ii (
Totals .... 30 10 D 27 1 1
MARION AB 11 h"poTe
Q'iinn. in , 4 0- 0 3 0 0
Mylell, ,... 4 13 2 2 2
i?J??.,,l r 3 " 1 0 0
Mlddlelon; 2 ,.,. 4 1 1 p 1 0
Tfltft, 1 ......... 4 0 T 2 0 ,0
LihQeMdnu, lb.J 3H0, 0 4 0 ijj(
Jlood,3 fcljJiv4-0;,l fl'0!0i
Luskcy, c .
Shu for. o
32 2 7 27 8 G
Lancaster. . 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2-10
Marion .....01100000 0-2
Stolen Bases Mylclt,, Drown,
1icko, Ilaftis, Humphreys.
Tuo base hits Fox, Farrcll ami
Tlirco baso hits HafLis.
Home rr.ns Scrvatius 2.
Struck otit-Dy Wilhclin 8j by
Sacrifice hits Talc, Lindcmann.
Dnso on balls-Of Wilhclin 3;
off Sclmltr. 1.
Hit by pi tclicr Drown, Ilnftifci.
l'asbcd ball Sliafor 2.
Umpire Latham. Timo 1:30. Al
NOTES OP THE GAME.
Hl-tou mndu a gicut catch of
QuiniiVt low liner in the eighth
inning pickimc up tlio ball about
two inches iff tlie giound while
i-iiiininy in at full sccd.
Fnrii'll made a citrus catch of
Lwkc'h haul iliivo to riglt center
in the fifth inning. The b.iJl look
ed to bo ynutl for thiee baK'.s but
the syeedy little fielder '013110 a
great d.inh ami grabbed it.
I.ocke not into the jobber bunch
by giabbiug a hard line drive from
Shafor'fi bat in tl! seventh.
Umpuc Latham announced yes
terday that bel'010 every game is
called tho managers innl give the
umpire a lbt of tho players who
will participate in Iho contct. This
is icqu'licd by President Morton
lo prevent managers from changing
the line up or the bal'inir order
during the first or second inning to
mceb conditions that arise.
Arthur Campbell of Delawaro,tho
college backstop recently released
by Mnnsftcld came up from the
classical city to sco the game. The
friends of Campbell say McVey did
not give him a chance to show
what ho could do.
Jimmy JJieeu of Lancaster is not
satisfied with If 15 learn up to date.
He feels that they havo not lound
ed into form yct; but ithey are
coming all right.
Toe Doyle, formerly tr Marion,
i- looking for a job 111 tho Cen
tral lciigui) as catcher. Ho has
been out of tlio gnino since
Chrislmnsi w'itr a felon on Tus fing
er. He is ready for tho "Big
Tho National League is out of
debt mid Ibis r0 H10 first limo in
seven joais Hint 11 levy of 5 por
cent has not been inado on gaeh
club 111 the organization.
Umpire Arfio Latham expects lo
move his family lo tAkron in tho
near futuio. Ho says that ho
likes iho town and will' likely make
it his liomo.
It has been known fw a player
to 'lose a game by making a bril
liant piny, lor instnnro with a man
on third, one nut, a long foul nlong
Iho Hino or over at, spore tied
fielder pajituro' the foul as if l,v
magic, ba.so runner golis homo after
fly is paiight, gamo gono, fielder
did not loc his head. Use brains
to cure dumb nlav.
Steely spike which pouulralu Iho
loo solid flesh of ball jilayors nro
causing the iron ,hod expononts of
the iiatioual gamo a lot of sleep
Spikes on tho 1007 model huso
bull shoes aio t-o Jtmg Mid sharp
lhal ithey 1110 inaugurating . vow
tabic icigii of tenor,
KpikcH uio Iwo-eilged Korls.
They mil and tear and slush, their
way tlutiiigli dim bonis and hlot-k-uigM
of ball plnjors.
1'iA on tho soles primarily to aid
players in gelling a quick Hlait in
1'itiiiuiig. itcaluig mid fielding, they
nao occonio a mcllnco to thoirl
Not satisfied with tho blunt,
short spikes of. foi-mer dam the
playcra ro demaudbig longer and
longer projections to increase thoir
speed . r '
Ball players appropriated Uio
tdoa from short distunbo ntiinw.
SpniitciM iiso long -teu-ponny
niii hko rawk in t In KnlcH- of
u"1,, sli"G3 to chablo f thbihVto dig
into .the , oarth 'w,yftlt-fc,cacb .et4du
THE MARION DAILY .MIRROR, THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1007.-
and not to dip back. If a run- of today's gamo wltli Now Castle,
hit's foot rives under him Jio los- winning 10 to 2. East duplicated IiIb
es speed. i Jthreo bagger of yesterday, Caffyn and
To iprovido for a niiirinium of Ortllob seconding him.
1os.t motion spikes wcro invented. It H E
DnII players quickly grasped tho 'Akron ....100110 3 1 10 12 2
possibilities of spikes and ndo-ptcd New Castle 0 0 01000102 0 2
"'!:!"'.. .... Batteries Brockenrldgc and Ortllcb;
AcUIionfc steely projections base- Nonh and Murphy. Iluns-CaUah'nn 2,
baill would not be half as fast its Ortllcb, Caffyn 2. Schwartz, Strood,
,sr- 0(1,,y' .. Ulchbcrgor 2, Brcckcnrldge; Plnknoy,
With smooth soled shoes tho Noah. Three baso lilts East. Calla
rastcjt major league team would bo Jnn. Two bqso hits Ortllob, Smith,
easy prey Cor bush leaguers shod ,pinkney, Noab Schwartz. Strood.
with keen cutting spikes. Sacrinco hit? -East Brcckcnrldge,
Legislating against baseball stcon. Stolen bases Ortllob, Caf-
Hjjihcs i. oin i ino qnesi.011 but
tlio UKc ot tiioni should be mtrict-
ed to projections of a certain size,
diar-piicMt and longth.
Tnfoolball only leather juongs
nro permitted. No metallic sub
stance aio allomcd on thu jioreons
of gridiron ivnrrions.
YOUNGSTOWN, 2; SHARON, 1.
Sliaron, Pa., May 29. Youncstbwii
ilcratcd Sharon toduy In a close and
fnteiestliig gamo. It was u nitehers'
batlc In which Schlcttlcr cam jut on
top. The' Holding of .Mathay was of n
sensational order. Sharon had two
costly errors which gave the visitors
1110 same lu the fourth. Score
It H 12
Sharon OPOIOOOO 0 A C 2
Yoiingslowii .00110000 02 7 1
naileries -Mock and Mattlson:
SchcUlcr and Or .dick. Runs Kerr,
Ilrccn. Schettler. Two baso lilts
Schottlcr. Clover, Mathay. , Double
play MeCllntock to SUrr. Struck
out By Schettler. fi. by Mock 3.
First baso on balls Off Schettler. 3.
Stolen bases Pnttcrbon. Kerr, Sellers,
uncoil Sacrinco hits Starr, Ostdlck.
McLiffcrty. Hit hy pitched ball
Schemer, MeLaffcrty Time 1M5
HU l.-IU. I
NEWARK 9; MANSFIELD 2.
iManslleld, O., May 29. Mnusllclri
was outlaycd again today at every
stago of the game. Light hitting
predominated for Ataitsflcltl and heavy
and. opportune stick work, giving
Newark caBy victory. Score:
It II l'J
IManslleld .0 0 0 (I 1 1 0 0 02 7 1
Newark 0 2 0 0 2 0 2 0 .! 0 11 1
Batteries Balb-y and Broymalcr;
IK'ko and Pearco, Ituns Drake,
Delohanty; Snyder -2, AVratten 3,
Schwoltcr 2. Murray, Smith. Earned
runs iManslleld 2, Newark G. Two
base hits Snyder. Wrntten. Schweitz
er. Stolen bases Cygll. Doublo
plays Bailey to Dclchanty to Blcry;
Havel to Mu ray to Gysll. Sacrlflco
hlts-Schwellzpr, Oygll. Bases on
Imlls-Orr B.illey 5: oft IM'ko 2.
Strucl- out By Bailey 2; by IjocVc. 3.
lasscil b.ills Ilrcymalcr 2. Time
1:10. Umpire- Steinberg.
AKRON 10; NEW OASTLE 2.
lAkni, O . May 20. Akron landed
hard 011 Nonh lu the last two Innings
ting mc Moniadis mulDom of
ncss and RestontaIns tieltivr
Him Sir J'
A pcifcrf Remedy for ConsJlH
t Ion , Sour Stonncli.niarriidfa
Exact Copy of Wrapper
tQuh Ill, 1111, 1 iiiii 11 11 I 11 -
mmtim T ih
BKSl! FacBiwile SlSnatiwef &
fSmMW Giiarwlerd, under ile)oudi
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fyn. Breckciirldce, Burltc, Schlatter.
struck out By Dreckcnrldco G: by
Noah 5. Hascs on balls Off Urecken
rldgo 2;ofTNoah 1 Double play
Ortllob to Schwartz. Umpire Hart.
Hutclilnbou, Kan., May 29. West
ern association iccords wcro sent
skyward when Oklahoma City and
Hutchinson battled for 23 Innings
today, tfie former finally winning by
n score of 2 to 1. It was tho long
est game ever played in tho associa
tion nlltl wnu 11 tnnut lirllllntil nn..
itcst. laeh team made a run In tho
eighteenth and Oklahoma City won
In tho twenty-third by bunching hits.
'About CO fans missed tho first Inning
of yesterday's game, thanks to the
excellent bcrvlec of tlie local streot
car company. .
It seems strange that a business
man cannot quit work at 2:15 o'clock
ami get to the ball park by 3
o'clock. People desiring to see the
cntlio gamo .iiuat cither walk out o:
stait about tin hour beforo timo of
,1 . , , ,,. .
'1 "" b H" ", , , B"", uu" T lo
niv ium nuiiiii uu wcicuiiiuti nun
It would do tho business.
MACK'S MEN TOOK TWO.
Athletics Won a Pair of Games from
the Bostons One Lasted 12 In
nings. AMKItrCA'X DBAGIIK.
Standing ottho Clubs.
New York 17
St. Louis it
Following aro Wednesday's scores:
At Clovoland Detiolt 3, Cleveland
0. Mullln, Gubanka, Slovor, Payno;
Hess, Joss, Clarke.
At Chicago St. LouIb 3, Chicago 0.
I'oity, Howell, Stophona; Whlto.k
At Washington Now York 2, Wash
ington 0. Chesbio, Koofe, Klelnow;
At Philadelphia thlellcs 4. Boston
0. Coombs, Powers; Young, Crlger.
Second gamo: Athletics 4, Boston
o 1-' innings, Wnddcll, Sclncck;
I Glaze, Prultt, Shaw.
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TAKES "GREEN" GIRL
TO BASEBALL GAME
Well Known Fan has His
(s Kept Busy Explaining the Finer
Points of the Game to
D all look paco yestciduy at
Webb park during the inteicsting
game between the Limo Bunions
Charley of East Center
licet had taken his best gnl to
ico her 1','ast gamo of baseball. Ho
will never take Maude again.
Tho wiiter's attention was divid
d impartially between the girl
ind tlie gamo and 'it's n hard guess
o say which furn'tdied the bettor
.unuseiiicnt. She Was a leal "now"
mo and pity "welled .up in my
"lenrt for Iho young man .wyicn she
ct looo her Galling guii upon
lini, and then began n rapid firo
yiic opened up by demanding
1 description of ,the duties of ench
111111 on the diamond, including the
.unpin?, which information was im
mrted to lier by the young man
in a very lucM maimer. Tho gill
tumbled over 0110 or two of his
lihVascs. hwveicr, and mndu him
;o back .
"About that pitcher, Mr. Wil-
liclm. Why docs ho curl himself
ill up like that when lie Hi rows
"Oh ho does'"! hat lo get more
peetl into his delivery and fool
"Delivery Writ's that? And
liow can ho fool tho batler that
Just thou Heller smashed a hajr
.izzer at Mylett who went to hi
knees in tlio offorl lo get it. It
was transplanted to fiist n due
lime to nab tho runner and the
bleachers set up a howl of ap
probation. Tho young man himself
warmed up at tho exploit and was
mining lorwnnl :n Kuspcnso
tluoitgli (ho openitiou. The girl
drew his faiscinaled attention from
thu fftiinc with auollier hummer.
"Is that ball hard. Cluulio?"
"Hard's a brick."
"It must havo hurt Tommy to
catch it so then,, didn't 'Jl?"
"Don't think so. Iio pot a
"love on mid nnv ivjiv lin'rf nsml In
Tho next mini chojiped a holo in
Iho atmospho'o going after one of
lefty's iieck-Jireakeis and itho mii
piro yi'lh'd, "Strike ono. "
"Why did thai man say striko''
What'H a strike."
"If a batter hits at a hall and
docsVi touch it, it'x a striko nt
itj it counts anyway."
"What 'a a good ball?"
"Ono straight over tho pluto bo
hveen Iho butter's knees and
"But whit's the pinto. Charley
T don't sco any plato."
"Tho homo baso. The homo
Tho girl wntf n little hint by Iho
rudo answer and she wiik triloiit for
some linio. Tho writer by a ee!c
over his shoulder, however, discern
ed by her piTplcxed fixiwn that
olhor questions wcro soon coining,
Tlioy ciinio. Willi tho looiilsi at
bat Flood stung the honehido for a
single and purloined second. Tlio
bleachers responded oiico moro and
Ihegirl hud to givo way to hor
ciiiinsily. Tho youlig man had ro
Hi'iited lilnisolf i nftor having gi'iveil
vent .to his excitement in a vigorous
"Wlioop pee" and a wild winging
of Ids arms. Ho w'uw jusl vaninliilg
oitl the stove in his lint which lmd
coiiio in contact with the roof J
boa ills nbovo when I lie girl nskod I
"Wilmt did Ihcy yell for that
"AVhcn ho went down on his .
When ho fell in tho dirt. Clmrloy,
is Unit what you mean?"
"Yes; that's it."
"But why dVl you call it steal
ing 'a baso?"
The young man was nioiiioiitnr
llv delivoied, Itowovei' by Iho ic
tlrcineut of the aide only .to bo
thrust deeper ihlo tho pit Inter on
when a beautiful double -Wni-vpov
bnsoj ind ' ajLs -outl80jTJioCgirl
No woman's liappi
ncss can bes complete
without children; it
is her nature to lovo
and want them
to love the beau-
Manr am M
JL SMfe Mm nfe KCSm Bmt
wS mi mmUB 'Sm ml 9&m!f
diook her bond with an assumed fKr
cf undei-stniidiiiff. Wlint happened
net tho writer is umiblo to slate
for he became so engrossed in the 'v
)orformniico of tho local lads wlio
were busy annexing eoveral moro
corn ithnt ho forgot tho inquisit'Vb 7
nnVlcii, The fact of her prcsenco
a.s fioou brought to his nttcnCior
gain by tho following"
"Charley you said a- gool. ball
was u striko even if the batter.
didn't. hit at it. '
"And if a Tnan lot four balls go
by h'lni, ho vii3 nllowcd lo go to
tho firsi baso."
lietratcd npon tho visitois. Sho
hnd qucsUoned ht'tn in regard to
this performance nnd Jio hnd aiis-
I wcrcd her ito the minutest dotailq,
urn a siigm sprniKiing or uicacu
er slang marred tho effect. " r
"I don't undcistand Charloy,,
how they nuido two outs and what
you meant by forced."
Ho eluiidatcd again, explaining
lhal the man who -was on first
when tho ball was bit, was compcll1
cd to run to hecond that constilu
ting a "forco". The fact that ho
didn 't get to second before tho
ball did, mado him out. and be
cause the leather had reached first
before tho other runner inado that
"Well stipposo v batter sbniclc
at n bad ball and hit it. Tvliat
The young man guvo vent to his
feelings in niuttcrings plainly audi,
nblo to the writer,. Tofcrring to- an
under noild or sonio other sucli
th'ing and answcicd:
"Well I fyupposi if ho hit it far
enough it would oc a homo riin"
Question mid cross question
which put the young man (through
!i vciilnble inquisititon, ivcro fired
iliiring Uio rcmairidcr 'of tho gama
until tho end enme. , j
Standing of tho Clubs.
Now York 27
St. Lou la 10
following are Wednesday's scores:
At New York Philadelphia 1, Ne
York 15. PIttlnger. McCIuaky, Jack
lltach; .McOInnlty, Taylor, Bowerma'n.
At Hoston Ilrooklyn 8, Boston 5.
Rucker, nlttor; Doruor, Boultes,
At St. Louis Cincinnati 1, St. Louis
0. Mason, Schlol; McQlyun, Noonan.
Only ttiOBO who
li&vo had plica
enn roallza tbs
from tho lUhlhB
nu uurnluff, or
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Or. A. W. Chaso's Ointment
which brine rollcf alnmt Initantly and pffibti
undor n naallU o iruurantco to proro a eatUfoo
lory treatment for itoh'nir. bleedlna ; and pro
irudlnir plies or tho rnon win bo reTuodS
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