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DENVER WINS, TEN TO THREE
Willii Elowi Up in the Fifth and
Grizzlies Score at Will.
HQ ARGUMENT 15 THE FOURTH
Krai aad Styles Mis wHa I'mplre
Vaa gyrkle 4ver G roe ad Rales
ad Rata Farmer Co te
Claa Meaee. .
DENVER, Kept. .-(Rpeclal Telegram.)
In the fourth Inning of today's game,
Barbour lammed the ball Into loft field i
ith Coffey on base ahead of hint. Um
pire Tan pycl Med that It was a' home
; jtu. .An argument followed ami before
the" smnke-rleareff awe Krug and Ftyles
1a wanted 4htlr way to the elub house
Willi. Maw up In tha next Inning and
Denver won the came. 10 to I. after It
liad appeared that the Rourkes were
scheduled to pluck" a victory. Difference
of opinion wai over the question of
(round hiles which hold a runner 'to
third when the ball is. sent Into the auto
mobiles. Van Syckle contended the ball
landed In the clear, while Manager Gond
Ing through It bumped the machines.
The game opened like a pitchers' bsttlo
with Willis uncovering a spltter that the
Grlnlles could no fathom. In the first
frame, after Payne had walked. Krug
smashed a home run to deep center and
h the third a single by Thomnson. Fayes
boot and Kruegora hit netted the Colti
total of three before Denver had started.
Then came the row and from that time
CO. Willis began to groove them. In the
fifth three singles and Flutter's triple
ave the. Bears three runs and put them
into the cjear. " '
In the sixth, a walk, a brace of singles
aid a aacrtrtre fly added two thorp. Cof
fey made" a homer In the seventh while
three hits, a boot by Krueger were good
for two -more In the eighth.
Mitchell tightened atter the third anl
!Ced by, snappy support held t..j colts
l-unless In the last frames. Tipple went
Into left while Krueger took second after
the row. Score:
. ABi n.
Payne, Sb 4 1
Krug. Sb t 1
Pell, If j , 4
. Thomason, cf 4 I
Krueger, rf-ab 1 0
Thomas, ss 4 0
ftchlrlbner. lb 4 0
Peabaugh, r 3 0
Willis, p 4 0
Tipple, rf J e
O. A. B.
I 0 0
3 0 0
3 0 1
3 2 1
4 0 1
1 0 0
24 I 3
O. A. E.
3 0 0
Totsls M 8
i-"- J DENVER.
feCarty. cf:.....:.:. 41
iidlngton. rr... 4
3 :-.r t
1 . -y, 1
iutrJter. It. 6
offev, ser..; 4. 3
Shr.-Ib:...'.v....... 6 ' 0
harbour. 3b.:i.l.-. t - 1
1 , 0 4)
. J -i 3-i 3:
nhr. c... t , 1
Vltcnellr -pi.iu.i-4 " 0
T'otala -..3s " 10
!5 2T U : 1
(Pmana .;....,,.2 0 1 .0 0.0.0 0,0-3
DenTer'. .......... .0 0 3 S 3 1 3 -10
Stolen baee: Butcher tS), Fay Twot
mtm hlta: . McCarly, Edlngton. Coffev,
ftpahr-L. TKreebaae .hltj. Cither. Home
runs: Krug, Harbour, lloffey. tilruck out:
By Willis, t. by Mitchell. 3. Bases on
falls: Off Willis. 3; off Mitchell. 3. Hort
iica hit: Schlelbner. Sacrifice fly: fcullng
ton. Time; lw. I rtplrn Vgp Cycje aad
.'.(, .(- I' . i rrrr- ' . '.
tIorEB tHl'T OVT ' THR SIOUX
timely Single wttk Llaeela Mea oa
i era4 aad Third Lets la Tim,
M.NTOLN, Hept. 't.-A tlmelv .Inrle
tilth Lincoln runners on second and third.
est la two runs In today's game, and
'hat was the extent of the scoring. Khman
had tha better of Unnr of ttleu City
p a pitching duel. Kcnre:
. . , . LINCOLN
O. A. K
3 0 0
3 1 0
I 1 0
1 1 0
V 4 1
27 12 4
a a- r.
3 1 0,
7 0 0,
3 0 0,
1 0 u
3 0 0
2 1 0
i 1 0
24 t "o
iietiatngan, ss i '
l loyd. 2b t .
Marhburpe, c 4 .
fWHllsine. lb ,. 4
Miller' If , 3
4h hrelber cf 4
Collins, rf 4
Orlet, 3b 3
tubman, p J
A a It,
Totals 31 it
IJheoln 0 0 0 0
Bioux City 0 0 0 0 0
Emmm ruui: uncoin. . uounie plavs.
Rc hrelber to Blackburae. Collins to Black
burne. Ieft on baaea: Umoln. ; Kloux
City. . Htolen base: Williams. Baoiiflte
Uta: Callahm. Uaspar. struck out: Py
Fhroaa. 1; by Gair. 4. Basra on UaJla:
Off Uaspar, 3. Time: 1:37. I'mplre: Cul
kua. DStlMMERS WIN T1IK OPMItt
Jaalea Take Came ay Oppartaae lilt.
Mbst A(tit Wlrkee.
WICHITA. Kan. aVpt. .gt Joseph
won the opening game of the series here
by .h ulng ; the be.il at opportune ttmea
icniia, aocuraa Us two run. on inlaplaye
r-HJONE.ljf SiT U Tl I f . I ( r- . ( SAY-MAIE-YOUR )
Och l 0 0 0 0 !
Totsls ... t 1 4
AB- R. H. O. A. K
.10 I D I 1
. 4 1 2 1 0 0
. 5 0 0 J 0 0
. 4 0 0 10 1 I
. 1 Oft ft ft ft
. I ft 0 ft 0 0
.4 -0.1 1 6 0
.4 1 I 1 8 0
O. Watson, cf.
Pettlgrew, rf ...
R. Watson, 2b...
Totsls 35 4 37 16 a
Bat tad for demons In the ninth.
St. Joseph 0 0 0 ft 1 0 1 1 1-4
Wichita 0 lOOffOOOO-l
Ift on bane: Ft. Joaeph. : Wichita, T.
Pnrrtflce hit: D'Rourke. Two-base hits:
Henry, iv hang, (" Itsatinmons. Kux Hume
mn; Fox. Stolen bailee: R. Watson.
Rtlla. Henry. Orshsm. Double player
Happ to o HourKe to Henry: ritoiorr to it
Watson to Tatteraon. Htrucfc oilt: Hy
Ptoraer, 4: by demons. 2. Paaaed ball:
Hchang. Time: 1:60. I'mplre: Htorkdale.
KAWS VICTORS IN HinLINU Fit A V
Itelalgl and Mogrldae Oppose F.ach
Other oa Moand.
TOPEKA. Kan.. Sept. O.-Topelta was
the. vlrior In an Interesting filtchlng duel
between Rvlalgl and MogrMge. While
hit hard. Mogrldge. was almost Invincible
In the pinches except In the second In
ning, when three singles netted the locals
thslr only run. 8 no re:
, AH. H. H. O. A. K.
Whelnn. If. 4 . 0 0 1 0 0
lAflamhols. cf 4 0 0 2 0 0
J-oreytbe. rf 0 ' 1, 1 0 0
Koemer. lb 4 0 J. 11 ft 0
Talllon. as 4 0 118 0
l-attlmore, 2b 3 1.1 1 I 0
Rapp. c 4 ' "0- ' s 1 0
Coc hran. 3b 4 0 '2 3 1 0
Kelslgl, p 3 0. 0 0 0 1
Totals ......... ...S3 1" 10" 27 7 I
. . . DE MOINES
AB. R. II. O. A. B.
Breen. If 4 0 110 0
Hshn, rf.. 8. 0 1 2 0 0
Jones, lb 4 ft .0, 12 0 0
Hunter, et 4 0 0 1 0 ft
.Halcsv c ,. 4 ,0 1 4 2 0
A nor. as, 2b 4A,n.(. 1 2
Ewoht to 3 0 1 2 3 0
Hartford, ss I
MogrMge, p ;.. 3
0 0 1
0 0, 0
Totsls 31 . 4 34 12 2
Topeka ;..Y...o 1 M" I 0 M
Des Moines 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Three-base hit: Ewoldt. Two-bsse hits:
Cochran. Haley. Bases on balls: Off
Relslgl. 1: off Mogrldge, 4. Struck out:
Bv Kelslgl, 8; by Mogrldge. 4. Hit by
pitched hall: sfty Mogrlitgs. 1: by Relslgl,
1. I'mplrea: McCsfferty and Osston.
at Hartford Eaces
HARTFORD. Conn., Sept. .-Deplte
ths fsct that there were only two classes
on the card, .the third day of the Grand
Circuit ' at Charter Oak park developed
the f.neat racing and the moat exciting
finishes thus far.
The Capital C4ty stake for 3:03 trotters
i went tp , Newsell, but It . required six
hrgts. Andrews won. easily with Newsell
4n- the first -two. but -tired 'in the third
srtd Atlsnlli-.Express came" first under
the wire, while . in the fourth Dicker
men's horse. In a driving "finish', Just
failed by a head a beat out Qakdale. At
lanlk Rxpreas took the fifth, and. New
sell, after resting up . for three, heats,
took th lead In the. sixth and won easily
when Atlantio tlx press t bro4s in the
stretch, Oakdale being distanced and
Newsell winning first and third money.
' The 2:1 pace was,' won fly, Zalda In
straight neate. bath of the first 'two fin
ishes be'ng'very close. " '
: -- : j .:.
Punished for Insult
BOSTON. Sept. !.-Mayor Curley today
addreaaed a letter to John K. Tener. presi
dent of the National league, demanding
that Knodgrsss, outfielder of the New
York Clients, be punished for an alleged
"flagrant and unwarranted Insult to the
public" at yesterday afternoon's game
The mayor also asksd that the umpires,
Klein and Emails, be censured for refusal
to comply with his demand, made during
the game, that Snodgrass be removed.
lerialve geaturea by tnodgrass during
a controversy with PItchef Tyler of the
TIP TOPS BEVT SLUFEOS.
HALF GAME NEARER GOAL
BROOKLYN. Pept. .-The Brooklyn
Federals kept up their winning streak by
defeating Kt. Ixiuls today, 2 to 1. In the
opening game of the series and moved
half a game nearer first place. Drake's
double In the first Inning scored Tobln
with St. !.ouls' only run.
Brooklyn tied the score In the first when
Hofmaa'a single scored Cooper and won
In the fifth on Anderson's home-run line
drive to left, "core: - R U E.
Pi. I-oula t 0000000e-i81
Brooklyn 10001000 270
Batteries: Groom, Ksupper and aMmons;
Beaton and Lauid.
P1TTPBCRQH. Sept. .-P1ttsburgh de
tested Kansas City today, 7 to 4. The
visitors scored three runs In ths ninth
during a battle rally, but were prevented
from tleing the score by Oak as' sensa
tional throw from deep center to the plate
to calcb Rawlinga. Score: R.H E
Plttaburgh ...0 00031 33 1 7 13 J
Kaantta City. .2 00000013 a 31
Batteries: Knetser. Camnlts and Barry
Adams. Hennlng and Eaaterly.
Copyright !M. InlgrbStlons;
i i i i
BRAYES ADYANCE STEP MORE
Break Even with Phillies While the
Giants Lose Game.
RECRUIT HURLER PROVES STAR
Not-Hlt( No-Ran Pitching: Perform,
a nee by Davis, Formerly of the
Yanks, for Boston fee to res
BOSTON. Hept. O.-Boston Increased Its
lead In the National league pennant race
today by breaking even In a double
header with Philadelphia while New York
Ths seoond game, which Boston won, 7
to 0, after losing the first by 10 to 3, wag
marked by a no-hit. no-run pitching per
formance by one of the recruit pitchers,
Davis, formerly of the New York Ameri
cana, lie was wild at times, filling the
bsses In the fifth, with none out, but he
recovered control and retired the side
without a run.
Umpire Qulgley wag rendered uncon
scious In the second Inning of the second
game when he waa hit on the throat by a
foul .tip, but gamely resumed his duties
In the fourth Inning with an Ice pack
about his throat. Mcore first gsme:
ABU O A g). AB H O A f!
Ihert, lb.. I S 4 4 IMoran. cf . 1 0
ftwkw If... 4 3 1 ftncTora. rf.. S S
Mas, lb . I 4 7 1'lKrarm. lb. . . . t 3 0
Oavtth, rf. t I II lConnnllr, If 4 t I
llrrn.. 2b... 3 1 1 S SWhltiel, rtaa 4 12 0 1
Haikart. cl. t 10 SVbmlut, lb. 4 S S S
Martin, as.. I I 1 f Sffmlth, Sb.. 4 3 10
KUIII.r, t.. I 1 1 4 SMaraavllla.H 331
Alesaadar. g 4 1 1.0 athr, rf .. 1 S 1 St
Oowrtv, a... 1 S 0 0
Totals 34 II 17 I SWhallng, .. I 1 t 1 0
Onorvham. v S 00 1
Cratrbar, p. i 0 0 1 0
p... 1 1 s n
.... t 0 0
- V v aststo.i.i.lt 1n
Byrne out! lilt by batted ball.
Batted for Crutcher In seventh.
Philadelphia Jk 3000800 010
Boston 0' 0 0 10 10 103
Two-bsse hits: Mages, Paakert, Becker,
Byrne, Smith. Three-hese hit: Martin.
Hits- Off Cochreham. 11 in one-third In
ning; off Crutcher, 11 In six and two
thlrrts Innings: off Strand, 1 in' two In
nlngs. Stolen base: Byrne. Double play:
Smith to Evers to Schmidt.' Left on
bsses: Boston. 8: Philadelphia. . Bases
on halls: Off Cochreham, 3: off Crutcher.
4: off Alexander, 1. Klret base on errors:
Boston, 3: Philadelphia, I. Struck out:
By Crutcher, I: by Strand, 1; bv Alexan
der, 8. 'Time- 2:10 Umpires: Eason and
tWIgley. ficore, second game!
, AB H O.A B. ll R ll.l t.
Moraa, tf.'..l a S S 0lbart, Ib. 4. I I 0
Mann, ... II1S SHmkar, If.,. I S S 0 0
B.-.ri. Ib... 4 S 3 I SMmm, b.. 4 S 4 I .
Canaallf. If 1 S 0 0 llll.r, rf... 4 I 0
Cathar. If .. I C 0 OHrrna. lb... I 0 I 0
WhitieV rf . 4 3 1 rt. d.'i till
Schmidt. Ib 4 114 S OMartla, as.. 1 S I 10
PmlUi, Sb... 4 111 I Hum., i..,. t I 0
ManaiUle.aa I 118 STlarus, p... 1 0 S 0 0
Oomij. a... 4 14 1 SHIiar. p... S 0 1 I
Uala, p.... 4 I 0 I achfrr. pS S S 0
.- Crath ... S 0 S 0
, ToUla It It 87 11 I'HUIIfar ... 1 0 S 0 0
" Totali 27 "o 24 t 1
Batted for Tlncup in the fifth.
.Batted for Rlxey in the eighth.
Boston 0 3 0 2 0 0 1 3 7
Hits: Off Tlncup, l In four innings: off
Rlxey, 4 In three Innings; off Oeschger, i
In one Inning. Three-base hit: Mann.
Two-bsse hit: Evers. Stolen base:
Whltted. Double plays: Msranvllle to
Rvers to Schmidt (2). I .eft on baaea: Bos
ton, 7; Philadelphia. I. Bases on balls: Off
Tlncup. 3: off Davis, 6. Bsses on errors:
FhllaaVlphts. 3. Struck out: By Rlxey,
3: by . Davis. 4. Time: 2:00. Umpires:
Eason and Qulgley. .
Pirate Trlaa Cabs.
PITTSBURGH. Sept. . McQuillan held
Chicago to four hlta today, and Pittsburgh
won. b to 1. Cheney gave seven bases on
balls In five Innings. In the. fifth Inning
Corriden's wild throw over tho plate
with the bases full, netted three runs for
Pittsburgh and placed Kelly on third. He
scored on a sinKle by Vlox. Chicago's only
run came In the seventh, on singles "by
Zimmerman and Schulte and Sweeney's
sacrifice fty.' Archer was put out tf the
gsme In the third Inning for ihsputlng
a decision. Score:
Chicago 0 0000010 0-141
Pittsburgh ... 0 1 0 0 4 0 0 0 --i S 0
Batteries: Cheney. Smith, liegeman and
Archer. Hresnahan. Hargrave; McQuillan
O'Toole F.asy aad filaats Ioae.
NEW YORK. Sept. -New York re
turned home from a long road trip today
and aas prevented from gaining on Boa
ton, losing to Brooklyn. to 1. O'Toole.
recently bought from Pittsburgh, waa
batted hard, yielding fourteen hits. HVs
rupport sls wss very loot, ss fast Jield
Ing would have prevented many of the
Hrooklvn hits. Pfeffer. who has been ef
fertive against the chsmplons all ee-asjn.
held Nu Tork to six hits. Scors:
AB II O A ( , i . I
Daltoa. rl.. 4 I 1 OSnsra. "
ToUla S 14 11 l 8 Touts .....38 37 14 I
Brooklyn ! ! i ? ? ! tS
New York 0 0 0 0 t 1 1 0 0-3
First base on errors: New York. 2;
Brooklyn. 1. Two-base hits:
8nodgras. Three-base hit: Wheal.
Home run' Merkle. Sacrifice hits:
Dalton McCarty. Stolen bases: Cut
shsw (21. I'.urns. lft on bases: New
York 6: Brooklyn. 7. Double plsy: Cut
shaw' to Klbrfld to Daubert. Bases on
balls' Off O'Toole, 2: off Preffiv. 2.
Struck out: By O'Toole. 4; by Pfeffer. I.
Time: 9 00. I'mplrea: Klem and Emalie.
pub.r.. lb . ; it ; ... : : : : :
Uwn-al, rf I I " " ! I J I
Whai if t 4 S SKIcbr. . 4 I I
rks lb 4 I t I SR.br.- rlj 1 J 1.0.
OM. Ib I t lOrast. lb... 4 0 1 1 1
,rw. , . I t t I SKrUna. 4 0 I
rtHlS P .. 4 I 0 I Orf-ola. p . 3 I 4
America a Aeeewlatlea Reaalta.
R H E. R.H.E
Kansas City 2 6 1
ht. Paul ITS
Milwaukee 10 4
Minneapolis liH 1,
Louisville S I i'l 6 0
Indianapolis 8 0 3 T 1
OMAHA. THT7JSDAY. SEPTEMBER 10.1014.
Standing of Teams
Played Won. IxisL
Ploux City HO US
Denver 144 (6
St. Joseph 141 80
Des Moines 141 71
Lincoln 147 f
Omaha 142 (15
Topeka 144 W
Wichita 143 64
NAT. LEAGUE. AMER.
Boston ....70 M .SW Phlla ...
New York. . 08 M .m Boston .
....85 45 .M
,..77 61 .001
Chicago .... 0 .634 Washington. 00 .534
St. tiOUla....g7 1 .819 Detroit 87 63 .518
Phlla 87 08 .63 Chicago .... .4
Mttaburgh. 87 68 .4S3 St. Louis... .57 71 .446
Cu?c!nnat..M 8 .4MNew York. ..67 71 .446
Brooklyn ..68 08 .461 Cleveland ..42 87 .326
FED. LEAGUE. AMER. ASSN.
W.L Pet. I Milwaukee. 81 64 .55
Indianap's. TO 65 .oftl W.L.Pct.
Baltimore. M 58 .54H Indianap's ..80 68.541
Hrooklyn ,.I8 68 .6321 Loulsvlllo
Chk-ago ....68 68 .528' Columbus
Buffalo ....62 57 . 6 Cleveland
..81 66 .640
..79 M .538
.75 73 .Ml
Kan. City.. 67 69 .4h2 Kan. Cltv...71 76 .43
St. IOuls....65 78 .430Mlnneap's .,7178.477
Pittsburgh .61 72 .4151 St. Paul 60 97 .840
Omaha, 8; Denver. 10.
ftloux City. 0; lLncoln. 1
Ies Moines. 0; Topeka, 1.
St ojseph. 4: Wichita, 2.
New York, 0; Washington, I.
Ronton, 2: Philadelphia, 0.
Philadelphia, 1O-0: Boston, 3-7.
Brooklyn, 0; New York, 8. '
Chicago, 1; Pittsburgh, 6.
Kanras City. 2; St. Paul, 1.
IxMilavtlle, 2-2; Indianapolis, t-3.
Milwaukee. 10; Minneapolis. 15.
Kansas City, 6: Pittsburgh, 7.
St. Ixtils. 1; rBooklyn. 2. .
Indianapolis, S-4: Baltimore. 6-1
.Chicago, i; Buffalo, .t: ceiled , end of
twelfth Inning; account darkness.
Uaaei Today. .
Wertern League Omaha at Denver,
Sioux Cltv at Lincoln, Des Motne at
Topeka. St Joreph at Wichita. .
im,riiin tifiiA-Nv York at Wash
Ington, Cleveland at t. Ixiiils, Detroit
at cnicago, foswn ai rnunwipiiii.
National League Phllsdelphia at ' Bos
ton. Brooklyn at New York. Chicago at
Pittsburgh, St. Louis at Clnctnostt.
American Association Ksnsaa City at
St. Panl, Louisville at Indianapolis, Co
lumbus at Cleveland, Milwaukee at Min
Kcforal TMmiwKtniil Cltv . at Titta
burgh, St Ixnils at Brooklyn, Indian apo-
lis at nammore. rnrano at rnuiajo.
BALTIMORE.. Md.. Sept . Baltimore
and Indianapolis divided a double-header
here today. The locals won the' first
game, 4 to 2. scoring five runs In the flftn
Inning off three passes and three hits, one
of them a double.
The second game Was called at the end
of the eighth Inning on account of dark
ness with the score 4 to 2, in favor of
Indianapolis. Two doubles, a single, a
sacrifice and a hit batsman netted . the
visitors three rung In the seventh. Score,
first game: ' . ' .B-H.E.
Baltimore ....0 0 0 0 5 0 0 .1 - f 0
Indianapolis .0 00001011 311 1
Batteries: Suggs and Jachlitscb; Mosa
ic y and Rsrlden.
Sfore, second game: R.H.H
Initlananolla . .10000030 463
Baltimore' 0 0003000362
Batteries: Mullen and Rariden; Bailey
Chifeds and Buffalo
Play Dozen Ones to Tie
BUrFALO, N. Y Sept t. Chicago and
Buffalo played twelve Innings to a tie,
S to 5. In the opening game of the series
here today. The game waa called on ac
count of darkness. A home run by Hal
Chase In the eighth tied the score. Score:
. R. H E.
CMcsgo 11000OO300OO-6 11 3
Buffalo 003010110000-6 U 1
liatterlss: Lang. Johnson, Prendergast
and Wilson; Anderson, Ford and Lavlgne,
Struck by Ball
BOSTON, Sept. In the second In
nlng .of ths second Boston and Phila
delphia National leagus game today Um
pire Qulgley, at the plate, waa knocked
unconscious by being hit on the throat
by a foul tip by Bone's bat. He was
carried off the field by three doctors.
Wiim Wlaa Twa (.a me a.
WAHOO. Neb. Sept. 8i- Special.
Wahoo eaally defeatvd Cedar Bluffs for
the third time this season by a score of
10 to I The feature of the game was
the hitting of the Wahoo team. Score:
Cedar Bluffs 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0- 1 1 3
Wahoo 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0-10 15 2
Battsries: Bockemuhl and Lyck; An
deraon, Johnson and Zlmola.
Wahoo won from Ashland on Labor day
hy a score of 3 to 1. The game was
plsved on a heavy tlem, but waa rest. In
spite of thia Score: Uf.E.
Ashland 0 0000 1 0001 6 0
Wahoo . 10 10 0 0 0 0 0-3 13 2
Battertra: Mason snd Hsnson; Ander
son and &mola.
Barklea's Aralea Salve
should be In every home ready to apply
to all burns, bruises, gores, cuts and
scalds. , Heals 'mileklyi 85a. -All drug
Drawn for The Bee by George McManus
RED SOX BLANK MACKMEN
Bostons Shut Out Champions in an
PLANK AND COLLINS BATTLE
Harler for Athletics Fans Eleven
Bntsrorn la First Tea laalnsT
Darlaa- W hich Time Pitch
ing Honors Uvea.
PHILADELPHIA. Sopt 9.-Battery and
fielding mlsplays gave Boston the victory
in tin eleven-Inning game with Philadel
phia today by 2 to 0. Plank and Ray Col
lins battled with honors even for ten In
nings, during which the former fanned
eleven batsmen. In the eleventh, Murphy
muffed Hooper's fly and Scott sacrificed.
Speaker beat out a grounder to Barry,
Ilopcr taking third.
Plank then purposely passed Iewls, fill
ing the bsses.' Hoblitxel also drew four
balls, forcing in Hoper. After Speaker
was retired at the plate on Janvrin's
grounder to Baker, a base on balls to
Gardner forced in Lewis. Speaker, the
entire Philadelphia Infield and Strunk fig
ured in sensational plays, fcore:
AB.H.O.A.E AB H O A E.
Simper, rf. I 0 10 OVurphr, rf.. 4 0 1 1
rxi. ... 1 I 0 tildrlns. If.. 6 1 10 0
Speaker, ef.. 4 I I n 1 ft. Collins,. 2b I 10 4 0
Larwtm, If ... I 1 1 s nnKr. Ib. .. 6 0 S 2 0
Ilobllt't. lb. I S I 1 OMInnla. lb I 110 1 1
Janrrtn. Ib. 8 1 1 I ifirunk, cf.. 4 t I 0 0
Gardner, lb. 4 11 S ftVrhans. e... 3 4 II 3 0
Cfcrriian. e. I 0 I 1 OUarr;, .... 4 0 4 1 0
H. Collins, p 4 0 1 1 OPIank. p.... 4 0 13 0
Total SJ 6 II 10 4 Totala 34 4 It 14 I
Philadelphia 0 000000000 0-0
Three-base hit:' Speaker. Sacrifice hits:
Scott Lewis, Schsng. Stolen bases:
Janvrln. Strunk, E. Collins. Double
Play: E. Collins to Parry to Mclnnls to
Schang. Left - on bases: Boston, 9;
Philadelphia, 8. Bases bn balls': v'bff
Collins.. 8; off Plank, 3. First base on'
errors: Boston. 2; Philadelphia, 2. Hit
by pitched bail: Speaker and Hoblitxel
by Plank. Struck out: By It Collins, 6;
X 1. McDERMOTT
, National Open Champion 1911 to 1S13
"Pipe: smoking ' give added
pleasure to a solver when the pipe
Is filled with Tuxedo. Tuxedo
provide man keen enjoyment than,
my othct tobacco I wir. "
Country Club, Brooklina. Mass.
"I em alwcysglad to $peak
good Word of Tuxedo tobacco.
Conttant use of It only tenet to
make it better liked. Jis fragrant,
toothing flavor makes It the choice
of many golf en."
KaHoaal Opea Champion 1907, saysi
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Many of my fellow golfers agree
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by Plank. 11. Time: 2:48. Umpires:
Chill and Connolly.
Few Thrills Offered
At Grand Circuit Run
HAIvTFORD. Oonn., Sept. 9. Small
fields and raoes with few thrills were
offered at the seoond dsy of the Grand
Circuit meeting at Charter Oak park this
afternoon. All three events were stake
races for 34000 purses, the Nutmeg going
to King Couchman, driven by Tommy
Murpby, aftrr five heats. King Couch
man was beaten by Rastus In the first
two because of bad behavior and the
latter failed lo make any opposition In
the last two heats for the same reason.
The Aeorn, 24 trot for three-year-olds,
was won In hollow fashion by Airdale,
none of the oCber entries being able to
push her hard.
The. best race of the day developed In
tho second heat of the Elmwood 2:13 trot,
when Brighton B.' nosed out Martha Bel
lini at the wire In a stiff drive down the
stretch, ' the effort forcing Dickinson to
withdraw the brown mare, after which
Murphy had no trouble warding off
Harry J. S. .
Benefit for Welchoace.
National league players will probably
contribute to the bertfit fund raised for
Harry Welchonce, the former Phllly outfielder,-
whose base ball days have been
cut short while he waa In the height of
his career by that drewded tuberculosis.
Welchonce was one of tie leading hitters
of the Southern league when taken 111.
and his absence from that game has hurt
Atlanta's pennant channes. Welchonce's
sale to a National league club had been
arranged for when the nature of his ill
ness wss learned.
Reds After Cook.
The Reds are after Pitcher Fred Cook
cf Columbus, but the Senators want too
much monev and will probably lose him
at the draft price.
Mike Mowrey, former, third baseman of
the . Pirates, Is playing with the Cham
bersburg club, a barnstorming team ' In
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"Follow through' the snappy afternoon
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Bentley's Pitching Gives Washing
ton One to Nothing Win.
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HURLER ALLOWS ONLY TWO HITS
He Also Scores Winning: Ran la the
Third Inning- on Ills Single
and Hits hy Moeller and' ' .
WASHINGTON. Sept. 9.-Bentleys
pitching gave Washington a. 1 to 0. victory
over New York tod,ay. JI allowed .only
two hits, struck out six men and save. one
base on balls. The Yankees hit only two
grounders In the game.
Bontley also scored the winning, run in
the third Inning on his single ad, hits by
Moeller end Milan. Score: RH.E.
New York 0 0 0 0 0 0 ft 0' 00 "2 2
Washington ..0 0100000 0"t:S 0
Batteries' Warhop and Nunemsher;
Bentlcy and Henry. ...
Klepfer for Box.
George ' Klfipfer. pitcher. ' poW with the
Venice club of the Pacific Coast league,
haa signed with the Chicago club for next
season. Klepfer goes to Chicago as a re
sult of the transfer of ' "Doc'r White to
Venice, the Chicago club having ' been
?lven Its choice of players on the Call
Dreyfaaa After Illnchmaa.
President Barney Dreyfues of tha
Pirates tried to purchase Manager Bill
Hlnchmsn, who Is hitting at a terrific
clip, from Columbus, but the deal .fell
through when Bill requested the club pot
to sell htm. as he prefers his present job
to one of a private In the major .
To Release Spltter.
George Stalllngs hasn't much use for
splt-ball hurlers, so the release of George
Davis may be expected. Davis- has
worked but once this year , and doesn't
want to stop using, the spltter.
Bash Gets Paeaes. "
Owrrie Bush rif "the Tlgwrs Is the lead
ing waiter In- the American league.- He
has been passed thirty-nine times, four
teen more than any other player In the
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