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1010 triennial conclave at Chicago.
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(Jrliiiil Jlaslor; Win. H. MolMi.
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THE MARION DAILY MllUlOft, THURSDAY, 3ULY
MR. J. iUCAS
Jimmy Lands Ball Over Left
SWAT WINS THE GAME
Entire Marion Team Plays
Great Game at Man&iield
"Gloomy Qua" Fox Pitches Steady
Game; Also Dots Some Hitting
Double Header at Manstield Toduy
(By Philip Wolfe.)
Mansfield. O., July ll.-To 0110
Jeems Lucas, erstwhile beconU-Backer
of tho Llmo B irners, belongs tho credit
for tho vlctM' of Marion over the
TlKers in ilia first game of the pres
ent series at Leaguo park, Wednesday
afternoon. Jeems was tho first Lime
Burner who ns able to connect oafe-
ly with tho ball, and his first blng
started tho run-getting for Marlon,
while his second was a four-sacker
which alio vol iu olio man ahead of
him, And tnen Jeems was also sonio
pumpkins in Heldlng about tho second
brick It was his neat pickup and
throw of Ya-Jiull'D grounder, when
Delohanty 'dH at tho third brick, that
prevented tho Tlge'rs from securing
another run In tho early part of tho
contest. Jeems fielded his position
perfectly, accepting wiven chancea
without n dip.
When tho nrst five innings of the
gamo had be -n completed, It appeared
that Billy Ynrnoll, who had been del
egated to vork on tho llttlo mound,
had the gamo tucked safely away In
his pocket. But ho was doomed to
dlsappolntmeit Tho Kentucky boy
bad everything bis own way in those
first five Hillings. Backed up uy
perfect support and sensational field
ing, but fifteen men faced him In tho
live rounds. But the bombardment
began In tin sixth. Three clean
blngs puslie 1 one man across the plate
mil then .ui'ither single and a four-
sacker addol two more, wlillo two
doubles won id up the argument for
tho dual score Seven blngB In three
Innings, not very moi.y, iiut they
camo at Just the right time. Only
one man was given i.ee transporta
tion, but tills came liear resulting
disastrously nb a bad error followed
up tho pas3. I'our of tlio Lime Burn
ers failed to solve Yarnlo's delivery
and walked hack to the bench on
three hltless twiugs.
Right at tho btart of tho game, It
looked rather bad for "Gloomy Gus"
Fox, who was rent to the firing line
by Foxy F.rd. With two down, a
single followed by u pass mado It ap-1
pear that n run-getting was going '
to bo started in the (list, but luckily
hu made Kl.it; sky to left. But the
TlgorB fell on his delivery in tho
second, whoi blng counted and 0110
run was chalked up for Mansfield.
Two blngs and a wild pitch allowed a
man to get around to third In tho
third, but .igan "Gloomy Gus" waa
lucky enough to pull through. In
the fifth, n double, n sacrifice, and
then anotho" finely blng put Fox out
of lino but after that ho began to
havo things lis own way. Ten blngs
In all were it cured off his delivery,
but they were bo widely scattered at
times that tlmy counted for naught.
Mylett's puneturo of Delehanty's
grounder stared tho run-gottlng for
tho Tigers 'u tho second. Reynold's
sacrifice put Del on second, und Broj
maler'B out allowed him to reach
third. Then Billy Yarnall took a
hand by driving in Del with a hard
grounder thrnnrh Flood. Prospects
for unothe.J in- looked very bright in
tho third, -10011 Drake singled
through short, und advanced to see-
on on Fox'-i wild heave. Lloyd sin
gled to left, but Drake pulled up at
third. A diuble steal was attempt
ed, but Draka was caught at tho plate,
Luskey huvl.m him blocked.
Another opportunity to reglBter was
glvon to tin Tigers in their half of
the fourth, but this time Jeems Lucas
mado his apo aranco. Delohanty op
oned up whh n single to left, and
was again racilflced by Heynolds.
Breymalor's long fly to mlddlo placed
him on thl.tl. but Jeems Lucas gath-
ered In Billy "arnaH'a would-be slnglo
to right and threw Kentuck out. Bert
Blery competed tho circuit for tho
last run mad-i by tho Tigers, when ho
opened tho fl'th with a two-packer to
lert. SpetU sacrifice put him on
third, and Debs Drako put his third
safo blng to left and sent Blery across
Nary the skn of n blng was secured
off Yarnall i delivery until the sixth,
when Jeems Lucas opened with a
liner ovor Ihtid. LuMioy filed to
short, but "Gloomy Gus" also planked
one to loft, Mylett fouled to Blery,
but tho third liner to loft by Qulnn
drovo Lucas over tho pinto with tho
first urn. Jeems again broko Into tho
limelight In tho novenUi, when, with
Dlthrldgo on second and two strikes
and 0110 ball on himself, ho caught one
on tho Inside of his bat aud sent It
over tho left field fenco for a four
anchor. "Gloomy Gus" was responsi
ble for tho final scoro of tho Llmo
Humors, llr 'dunked out a two
aackor to left In tho eighth, went
to third and completed tho circuit on
Qulnn's doub'o against tho loft center
Billy Yarpall tried hard to make' a
run Which would tie Up the score tn
tho Tigers' Halt of the seventh. Ho
opened with a blng through" Lucas,
and then pllforcd second, but no one
was hblo to bring htm homo, Drako
opened the eighth with a double to
left and reached third on King's out,
but no one was able to bring htm
home. Reynolds started a rally in
the ninth whh a single to center, but
he died goln; to second when Brey
maier failed o connect with the
ball. The sjdo In tigurea:
l n BH PO A fe
Biery lb 4 1
Spfeas, 1 s'4 0
Drake, m i 0
bioyu, r ....
King, 3b ...
Yarnall, p . . .
TihbltU, r .
Totals 32 2 10 27 13
Batted for Yarnall in ninth.
AD R BH PO
Mylett, ss 4 0
Qulnn, m 4 0
Farrell, r 0
Dlthridge, lb 4 1
Tate, 1 3 0
Flood, 3b 3 0
Lucas, 2b 4 2
Luskey, q 4 0
Fox, p v 4 1
Totals 34 4 7 27 13 1
Mansfield 0 1001000 02
Earned ruiid -Mansfield and .Marlon.
Homo runa Lucas. Two base lilts
Blery, Drako, Fox, Qulnn. Stolen
Bases Lloyd Yarnall. Sacrifice hits1
Speas, Reynolds 2, Tato. Bases on
balls-Oft Yarn-ill 1, oft Fox 1. Struck
out By Yanad 4, by Fox 1. Passed
Bulla Breymr. tr. Time 1:27. Um
DOPE TOR THE DIPPY.
Tho confero.ice with the directors of
tho club .evliio- tly had a good effect
upon the iliutt Uurners und they mado
tlilngB hum--H at Manstield yester
day. The-ierion outfit did not get
Btnrted until' inr sixth inning but tney
made ifp for.Jho lato start by clouting
tho ball all over the lot.
One GiibVfVix broko Into the hit
colu.nn yeat?-day with two safe ones.
One was a tingle and the other a
two bagger. I rtll yesteiday Fox had
not secured i ei.fo one.
Burk nnd .Wllhelm are scheduled
to work Inj.n doubleheader against
tho Tigers jyhiy , 4
Bobby Quln. 1b hitting like a fiend
since he rotund to the game. Bobby
got two yea'erday, one 0 double. ,
With tho fenm;, going right behind
him, Fox will win the great majority
of his games . I
Tomorrow the' Newark Holders,
who aro now occupying first place.
will como to Webb park for a series
of two gam.H. On Sunday, Lancaster
will be nvjil'tl for three games July
17 Is an open date, and then com
mencing July 13, Mansfield will play
three ganns hero.
OTBER GAMES IN
THE O-P CIRCUIT
HOW THE OLUBS STAND.
W. L. Pet
Newark .'V. ... 40
Akron . ,r
New Castle 28
I nncaster .. 23
Sliavon ' 20
Mansfield ' '... 19
Sharon, Mly lO.-Nowark fell on
Stecher'o cu vea iSwlth a vengeance
today, cloutlnir out eighteen lilts for
a total of "7 bases. Pearco did best
with a sin?'", double and a homo
run. Snyd- got.ftwr hits. Linko
pitched in lamplonshlp form and
Sharon got u lonoscoro In tho sixth
on two two-'nggers., Newark played
aggressively whfijT . Sharon players
wore dopey. Score i
' ( R II E
Sharon .... 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0-1 73
Newark ... 11000100 3 C 18 0
YouiiKstow.i. July 10. Captain
Starr battod in tho winning run with
two down In 'he ninth. Starr started
thinvra In the fifth by a lino single
Compton and Justus pitched tluo ball.
Lawrenco sta'reo. uiuoio. acoru-
R H K
Youngstown 00001100 13 s 3
Akron, Tnlv lOTlio Now Cnutlo
outfit blew iii In tlio elfilith InnliiK of
toilay'a Biimi. nnil tlio tliuoy lilttlnir
of Manager KnstB inpti gavo tlinin
llielr teventli Htiolglit victory. Arm
strong pltcupfi bwoH ball, Tlio Ak
ron team Inn wojj cloven out of tlio
last thirteen fumes, Scoro:
It H H
Now Castlo 2 0 0 10 0 0 0 03 13 1
Akron 0 0 rife 0 2 1 4 7 fi 4
Datterlea A- rngtrong and LaLongoj
Noali( and Bi 'P?,
Webb park, and tho management of
the local cliio extends a cordial In-
vltution to c-ery lady in the city
to attend tho .Marlon-Newark game.
Admission to tho park and grand
stand will bn freo for the ladles It
Is expected hat a largo crowd will
attend tho game
STEEN WINS BIQQEST
GAME OF HIS CAREER.
Kven tho -Jew Castle ball players
seek Youiirfstown for some purposes.
Mondny Pitcher ,WJll!am Steen of the
Nocks and iMlm 'Mary Gonnley of
now ensue noped to tuts city aud
were united In wedlock. Their mar
riage was 1 complete surprise.
But alas! The honevmoon was in
terrupted ruthlessly by Manager Billy
Smith, who compelled Steen to go to
Akron Tuesd'.y and pitch. The bride
groom lo3t tho game. Steen only
know MIbs Gonnley rounlo of
months and quickly twirled his way
Into her affections by pitching one
and two hit games. The number of
bachelors among tho Nocks has been
reduced to' live Now CaBtle Herald.
Steen has pi'ched several games in
Marlon this season.
A CLEAN SWEEP.
All the Eastern Clubs In the National
Won Their Games Wednesday.
Standing of the Clubs
Now York 33
St. Louis 30
Following are Wednesday's scores:
At Chicago Athletics 2, Chicago 1
Plank. Powers; Walsh, McFarland.
At Cleveland Boston 5, Cleveland
0. Wlntor, Shaw; Hess, Llebhardt,
Second game: Boston 0, Cleveland
2. Young, Crlger; Joss, Clarke
At Detroit Now York 4, Detroit 9
Newton, Moore, Thomas; Donovan,
Standing of the Clubs.
' Won. Lost. Pet
Chicago 55 18 .753
New York 43 20 .023
Pittsburg 42 2S .000
Philadelphia 39 31 .557
Boston 31 38 .449
Cincinnati 30 43 .411
Brooklyn 30 43 .411
St. Louis 17 GO .221
Following aro Wednesday's scores:
At Brooklyn Chicago 0, Brooklyn
1. Pfelster, Brown, Moran; Scanlon,
At New York St. Louis 1, New
York 7. Fromme, McGlynn, Marshall;
At Boston Cincinnati 4, Boston 5
11 Innings. Welmor, Schlel; Boultea,
At Philadelphia Pittsburg 2, Phil
adelphia 3. PhllippI, Gibson; Moren,
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