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KKI.lKVKS ALU FnSMS OP" BHIM DlAfiAS
Akron Pounds Out Victory
JAMES LUCAS BENCHED
Umpiro List Again Shows
Lltno Burners After Twice Tying
the Score ure Defeated by Akron
7 to 2.
(Dy L P. nilchlc.)
Akion, O., Ai.gust 9. -After Ferd
Drumm's Mailo.i crowd had twlco tied
the scoro In : ooterday's game, "Cap"
Fast and IiIb men sewed up the vic
tory In the seventh Inning, pounding
In four runs.
Tim Callahai was the tit st Akion
gent to grasp his swatclub and am
ble up to the plato In this lucky
round, and Tim promptly stuck the
sitting-down portion of his Irish anat
omy Into one of Dlough's wicked
shoots. With an embarasscd grin
chasing Itself ovor his mug, "Cal"
trotted down o first. JIatty Hrodcr
Ick sacrlllccd rcatly, and Den Calfyn
plastered a dooblo to left, scoring
Tim. Walter Past's single over sec
ond advanced ilcnjamln to third, and
both men counted on Hill Schwartz's
two-bag slam to tho left field pal
isades. Mil camu g.ilopIng down toward
third as Dill DIthrldgo took tho
throw from the outfield and pegged
tho ball towarl the plate In n vain at
tempt to catch Cap" Fast as he canio
sliding iu. Uit "Dlth's" throw was
wild, and thu Mound rules permitted
Schwartz to sii.ro when tho ball
bounded back ognlust tho stand.
Hlough chcar'd liliiisclf out of what
would have gone for a clean double
In thu fifth Inning, when ho shipped
the ball over Pen Caffyn's head out
In left with Tim Flood on second.
Calfyn misjudged the hit, and after
running about In a circle beneath tho
ball, let It roll biu-:t to the fen.cu. Hut
Plough, in his haste, forgot to touch
first baso. and after Pen had re
layed tho ba'l In to Schwartz, Um
pire rl.ist call i.l the visitors' fllngor
List, whow llttlo dialogue with
.Matty Hroderlok o nTuestny furnished
Matty Hroderltk on Tuesday furnished
was Uioio again yesterday with his
In the flfthlhnliig, with the bases
full. Luskoy ,ct ono of Plough's fast
ones slip through his hands, and
Goodo canio scooting in from third.
Luskey was nftcr tho ball on tho
Jump, and whipped It to Plough who
covered tho plate Just a hccond too
late, .limniy I ucas, from his scat
on the bench, began to expostulate
vociferously wlMi his "umps," declar
ing that Goodo was out by a foot.
You're rotten." exclaimed Jimmy,
among other things.
List didn't sum to notice him, und
ho continued I Is verbal attack in a
"Pack your il ids, Jimmy," ordered
the umpire, tuning and walking ov
or to tho bench. "You'll i cully havo
to get off tho grounds.".
Jimmy went, vlthout a murmur.
Akror AP II PO A 13
Callahan, in 2 0 C 0 0
Piodcrkk, s 11120
Calfyn, 1 4 1 2 2 0
Fast, 2b 2 2 .1 2 0
Schwartz, 1 4 2 G fi 0
Mathay, r 4 110 0
ZANESVILIE GLOATS OVER
SLUMP TAKEN BY MARION TEAM
When tho O. & P. leaguo season
opened in Marion there was a big
parade tho principal feature ot
which -was a proce&sion of eight
xplendul horses followed by ono
lone donkey. The horso were sup
posed to represent cities in the O.
& 1. league and itliu much abused
buast of burden it-presented Zanes
villi? iu Marion's mind.
Now with two inoro montlis to
go in 'tin? O. & P. league, there is
fear that Marion's organization can
not last the Keasoii through. Lan
caster has not enough monoy to
pay salurios; .Sharon is on tho rag
ifud edge und 1ms olleiod hor fran
chise to Sandusky, which refused
to 'take it. Mansfield has hud tho
same poor attendance all season that
was tho rulo last year, and Marion
-the homo of "tnia sports" and
tho donkey joke is slatod to bo
fired bodily out of tho league at
the close of the season if tho leagilo
lasts the senscii,
Dissension is now rampant in
Mat ion. Manager Drumm is not
(letting tho results out of his team
that ho promised to do, nnd ho is
to be given his release and Captain
"Flood ipul -In his place Moreover,
Mnrirm has not enough nvinny to
afford a bcneli manager, if - tho
Strood, 3b 4 1 1 1 0
LaLonge, c 4 0 6 0 0
Goodo, p 1 2 2 3 0
Totals 32 10 27 10 0
AD II I'O A 13
Mylett, s 2 0 3 4 1
Qulnn, in 3 0 I 0 0
Plakc, I G 1 4 0 0
Farrcll. r 4 2 2 0 0
DIthrldgo, 2b .. J.....'.. 3 1 1 3 1
Daubert. llj'.'...'.'..:.... 4 0 8 0 0
Flood, 3b .. ..'... 3 1 1 3 0
LUskcy, c ..'. 2 0 4 1 0
Dlough, p 1 1 0 4 0
Totals '..30 6 21 14 2
Marlon 0 0 0 0 110 0 0-2
Akron 0 0 0 1 1 0 4 1 -7
Runs Callahan. Calfyn, Kast 2,
Schwartz, Goodo 2; Farrcll,. Flood.
Thrco base hit Goodo. Two-base hits
iDlthrldgo, Pl'iiigh, Caffyn, Schwartz.
Stolen baso Farrcll. Sacrlflco hits
Luskey, Brodoilck. Paso on balls
Off Plough, I j off Goodc. 7. Struck
out By Plough. 1; by Goodo, I. lilt
by pitcher Qjlnn. Callahan. Passed
balls-uskcy, 2. Ur.iplrc List.
HOW "THE CLUBS STAND.
W. L. Pet.
Newark 57 (12 010
Yonngstown 50 32 030
Akron 40 34 590
New Castle -15 44 500
Lancaster -12 40 477
Marion 34 50 405
Mnnslleld 33 51 375
Sharon 33 57 3G7
New Castle, lj Lancaster 0. (10
New ink 0; Sharon 2.
Akicn 7; Marion 2.
Yonngstown 1; Maiiblleld 3; fiist
Yonngstown 0; Muuslleld 1; (7
Miiriuu at Akron.
Lancaster at Newcastle.
Mansfield at Yonngstown.
Ncwaik at Sliuiou.
FRIDAY AUGUST 0.
Marion at Akron.
.Lauciuter at Newcastle.
Mansfield at Yonngstown.
Newark at Sharon.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 10.
Lancaster at Akron.
Marion at Newcastle.
Newark at Yonngstown. ,
Mansfield at Sharon.
Newark, 6; Sharon, 2.
Sharon, Pa.., Aug. 7. Sharon
held tho league leaders to ono run
until the eighth inning toay, when
Pitcher Johnny Yoedt, n recruit
from the Interstate league, spiained
his auskle fielding a ball. There
were two men on bases- at tho time
nnd Malarkey took his place. A
hit through tho infield gave the
visitors two runs. In tho ninth
Sharon's infield blew up and the
visitors made thrco inure. Score:
n II B
Shaion.. 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0-230
Newaik. . 0o-01000 2 30 0 0
.Battorics Yoedt, Malarkey und
Mattison; Locke and Pcaico.
Young3town, 4; Mansfield 3.
Yonngstown, Aug. 7. Yonngs
town won both games of a double
headtr with Munsfield today. The
visitors had a chance in the Hist
igamu.- rAltoii's wimncos niuuo mo
secod one a walkaway. Ho passed
six batters autt made a wild pitch
in the second inning. Score:
Youngs 0 2 10 0 10 0 4 0 2
Mansfield 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-3 5 4
Batteries Sm!ith and Redman;
Buckholz and Breymaier and Riley.
wanted one Instead of lighting
for the pennant, as was confidently
predicted by Drumm before the sea
son Minted Marion is in sixth placo
fighting hard to keep from being
passed by Mansfield. The Marion
directors have lost a pile of money
Thev have btjen padding their at
tendance, liguu-s' tf n large amount,
but the true attendance is shown in
tho report o" itJie tieasuier of tho
New Castlo club, which shows that
Maripn paid New Castle but $3 ovor
their guarantee at a Sunday game.
In Zunusvillu tho fans my seeing
bettor i ball than was played in
tho O, & P. leaguo lUBt year. Tho
team is iu second place with a
good chance for first, and every
one t believes Unit 'had it not been
for sickness and injuries tho Ho
ganitcJ would now be holding first
place. Tho attendance has been
very good all season, add tho com
pany is now $2,800 to tho good
on' tho season ito date, with good
prospects for bettering that. Zaties
villo 'has tho best minor league
uiaiiiigci iu tho business, And it
nil came through being a Marion
donkey; Said, donkey would now
bo very iu'ccpiniilo to President
Morton nnd his Marion rohoHe.
Zanesvillo Signal,' , I
DAILY MIRROR, THURSDAY,
Yonngstown,' 6; Manaflold, 1.
Youngalown.. 0 (I 0 0 0 0 00 5 2
Mimslleld....l-,0 0 10 0 0 0-1 2 1
Batteries B. Thomas und Red
man; Ed felt nnd Riley.
New Castle 1; Lancastor, 0.
New Castle. Aug. 7. In a
pitchers' buttle, marked by scumi
tlonal Holding, Now Cnstlo defeated
Lancaster in 10 innings today.
Both tennis had manv men left on
bases. Southpaw llubo Bowors
pitched lemariiblo ball. Score:
11 H E
N. C. 0 0 0 0 o tja 0 0 l-t 10 2
Liincu 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 4 1
Batteries ,Bowej-s and Lauzon;
Justus and Fox.
DROP TWO GAMES
Battlo3 Fought at
St. Marys Team Wins Enisly 8 to o
tcorc Clerko Win by .a 6
to 2 Score
Two fast gbnics wcro plraycd In
tho city leajiiu yesterday afternoon
at Garfield park. Tho first game ro-
jsultcd In an ovei whelming victory of
tho lads from ft. Mary's school over
tho Cunningham team of the Y. M.
C. A. by a score of 8 and 0. Tho old
heads wcro not In it at any stago of
tho game Tho feature of tho contest
was tho mustotrul twirling of Mlko
In tho second game the clerks nut
the cleaner on tho Oatcy team of tho
association by a r to 2 score The'
counterjumpors led alt of tho way
through tho contest anil tho result was
never much In doubt. The losers
scored two runs In a batting rally Iu
Stato Coiii Handlers aro De
feated 32 to 16
Employes of the Local Banking
Houses Meet in Conflict on the
in a run -jetting contest at Webb
park yesterday tho employes of tho
Stato banks .1-fcated tho employes of
tho National i.tnks of the city by u
score of 32 jii 1 10.
Tlrti contest was replcto with side
splitting perfo inanecs and with bril
liant plays. Ca Oiler Dave Lincoln of
tho Nationals won everlostlug fumo
by his great bibo running. Spectators
and players hI'ko dcclaro that Lincoln
slid thirty fen on 'one occasion nnd
almost as far on several others.
Billy Behalf ir of the Stato bank
crowd was all over center field spear
ing drives that seemed tagged for ox-
tra bases. Pen WaplcB In right field
gavo the onbokers a few points on
how to cover the garden. Pen Is
thinking of writing a book on how to
play right tl.'il and presenting It to
ono Red Fanvll.
Fisher seen c, the longest drive, a
homo run. tin ball going to the
fence (5us hVinondfion played it
great game on th'o, bench.
Diligent Inri (iry developed the fact
that all of the coin hiiudlois are at
work today, but it Is stated on good
authority tint most of thoni would
rather not bn Tho score keeper Is
suffering with laralysls of the right
mlttjmd has to figuro thu Interest to
day nvlth his lift hand,
Tho Una up-
States -JFIsli c: DIckorson. n:
O'nrlcn, 1: n' uush. 2; K. Duth. a:
Fahoy. s' Fn-.iphor, 1; W. II. Sohaff
neri m; Sluotc r.
Nationals '.lchnian, c; Sycks, p;
Merchant. 1, .lacoby, 2: Lincoln, a;
Martin. 1. Kell in und Waples, r. A.
GIVEN A TROUNCING
Volley Ball Games wore
Series of HHidF.ought ContcstB
Played In the.V.'M' C. A.
A series Df ccltlhg ganies of vol
ley ball wero pluyed in tho Y. jr. O.
A. gymnasium Inst night between four
picked teams, 'fho first cdhtest was
an aggregation of stars captained by
C. M. Douthl'.t and a llko body cap
tained by Mhkloy; DbUtlfltfn team
easily won tho majority of tt series of
throe games piay'cd Scorpa-Douth-W.
18,. 13, 18- whklpy, 0. 18. It.
Tho spootul serifs ' M-rih plrtyod be
twoen tho doctor's ahii Clntk'a chnhi
plonshlp bua;h, Tho pl-escrlptlon
AUGUST 8, "1907.,
, writers nail alleged that tncy coulu
jwhlp nnythltm In town Jn tho way
lot a volley bail team. Clark dlsputod
their ability to do so and tho games
last night decided tho dispute it
proved that tho physicians wcrcr Just
ns mighty as they looked and thoy
simply wiped tho ground with
Clark's team. They won thrco
Btralght gaiiica, tho scorcM bolng as
follows: Doctors, 18, 18, 18. Clark,
5, 10, 9.
Clark, though, defeated . last night,
Is not whipped. Llk6 thorilmglllstlc
schol boy ho taino.rlghC b"clnt his
doctor frlcitda t'rd "said, "Yoit' can',
do It again. ' Tho physicians think
they can and next Wednesday ovonlng
the samo teams will meet again'
Boston Americans Win a 14-lnnlng
Game from Comlskey's Mon
Standing of the Clubs.
Now York 44
St. Luuls 39
Following ore Wednesday's scores:
At Philadelphia Detroit 2, Athlot
Ics 4. Kllllan, Schmidt; Bender, Pow
ers. At Washington Cleveland 2, Wash.
Ington 7. Llobhardt. Pcrger, Waku
Held; Johnson, lleydon.
At Uoston Chicago 1, Boston 214
innings. Altrock, Walsh, McFarland,
Sullivan; Young, Crlgor.
At Now York St. Louis 8, New
York 4. Glade, Spencer; Doyle, Tift,
Standing of tho Club's.
"Won. L03U Pet
Chicago 72 2G
Pittsburg 57 3G
Now York 53 39
Philadelphia 01 40
Cincinnati 44 51
Brooklyn 41 54
Boston 38 57
St. Louis 23 78
At Chicago Philadelphia 3, Chi
cago 0. Sparks, Dooln; Overall, Kllng
At Cincinnati Brooklyn I, Clncln
natl 2. Rucker, Pltter; Hill Schlel.
After an Interval of '11 years An
drow Freodman, former presldont of
tho New York National league club
and ono of the lieutenants of Plchard
Crokor, Is ready to pay Fred Pfoffor,
,onco a member of Anson's world
bcators, what he owes him. It was
somo Umo back in 1896 when Freed
man, Imbued with tho Idea of giving
Now York a real baseball team, hired
Fred to pfhy second base. Pfoffor re
ported In good shapo and played for
a time, until Freedman had one of his
"moods," and put Fred on tho bench.
After a whllo Pfoffor was rolcased,
but 'FrCjCdman forgot to pay hlra for
tho time ho was warming tho boards,
and tho hero of many a baseball battle
wout to court about It. John M. Ward,
also a star ball player In his day, but
then, as now, a lawyer In Now York,
undertook to collect tho amount. The
caso ran through tho courts of Now
York, Freedman consistently loBlnp
and appealing. It finally camo to the
court of last appeals, and If tho mails
from tho cast show bettor speed than
tho courts Fred will got a check b
and by. He received a letter from
Mr. Ward recently stating that every
thing was settled and that tho or
iginal amount of $680 had boon prow
lng somo, as tho decision allows Inter
est on tho monoy slnoo tho suit was
Justin J. Clarke, tho brilliant catchei
of tho Cloveland club Is tho youngcBt
backstop In tho major loaguos. He
was born In Detroit Just 24 years ago.
Ho Btarted his professional career
with an Indopcpdent club In Doflanco,
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Toledo, bolng lelc'ised beforo the
championship raco started. Ho thon
played In- tho Texas leaguo for a sea
son. Tho Atlanta club of tho Southern
league purchased his iclcasc. He
caught for Atlanta tho entire season
of 1904, working In 135 championship
nnd IS exhibition ganies, 153 In nil.
That fall ho was bought by Cloveland,
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Ho is not only a lino catcher and hard
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At tho do-so of tho eighth Inning
tho first g.un-1 at Akion today stood
Marlon 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Akron 00110 0 11
Batteries for Marlon Wllniot and
Luskey for Akion, Armstrong and
Lalonge Umpire, List.
President Comlskoy, of tho Chicago
White Sox, tho othor day made tho
following Interesting observation:
"In baseball thcio 1h this fact to bo
borno In mlnda right-hand battor
will, In tho long run, bring in moro
runs thnn a loft-hand batter. For that
reason tho fourth nnd fifth men in tho
list should bo rlght-handcrH In wield
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causo, ns a rule, tho right-handor hits
tho ball harder than tho left-hander.
Besides that, tho right-handor hits
naturally to right field, whllo tho left
handor has to 'pull' tho ball to do this,
A long fly to rlt,ht Hold Is sin or of
scoring a runner from third than tho
sumo fly to left, for tho banerunnor
can watch tho fielder easier and gets
a bettor start for tho plato. When a
left-handed battor takes his position
at tho plato, facing tho pitcher, tho
left floldor always comes In closer to
the infield, knowing tho usual Inabili
ty of left-handed batters to hit tho
ball hard, On tho other band, as soon
as tho ilghthanded battor goes up. the
loft fielder gots back deep Into tho
garden again. So with no outs, or
ono down, I'd rnthor' seo a right-handed
hatter at the plato than a loft-hand-or,
for tho baserunnor , In suier tit
scorluc, for if It In u Inft-handnr nt tlm
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