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THE TOPEKA DAILY STATE JOURNAL WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 19, 1907.
2 CI 1 Surely You Can See The Advantage of Buying Your Wedding Gifts at Our - CLQSi NG-OUT SALH Everything Going at Off Regular Prices TOPEKA SPICE MILLS 623 Jackson St. E. D. GILES & CO., Props. BUI1T0NTHE HERO Former Colonel Gives Good Ac count of Himself. Holds the Donghty Mets to Three Hits. GAME A GOOD ONE. Topeka Has Difficulty in Win ning the Game. Umpire Guthrie Again Proves Himself Master of Situation. There was but one reason why Ok lahoma City did not win yesterday's frame from the White Sox. That reas ' on .was neatly enclosed within a spot less white uniform with the dark raven locks dangling in fairy like ringlets ever his dark brow to the delight of the many patrons of the game, induced to come by the concessions of ladies' day. Bunton pitched the last ladies game last Friday and his performance that day drew the crowds again yes terday. He is rapidly becoming the confectionery lad for this occasion. short period of an hour and twenty minutes. Umpire Guthrie, whose work has been of the highest class since landing in Topeka, hurried the game along. In the third inning. Professor Snooks working In the cage for the visitors did not agree with the opin ions of Mr. Guthrie and on a couple of occasions sought to prolong the game by arguing. This act was sufficient to compel the Oklahoma City catcher to view the game from the bench during the remainder of the afternoon. Jas. J. Jeffries, a volumnous backstop of the Mets, concluded the game behind the bat, but failed to do any of the slugging or hitting which usually at taches to the name. Catcher Tonneman of the White Sox. Bunton was not working for charity yesterday afternoon. In fact he was as penurious with his delivery as Rus sell Sage used to be with his millions. But three hits were evolved from his dispensations over the plate and these were disimlnated at Intervals as far removed as the corners of a country block. But one hit counted for a score. The others came after two men had expired before reaching first and the ' lucky batter in each case could find no : Inducement to go further than the In itial corner. Mr. James Buchanan was the pltch . er for the Mets. He is not the former president by that name, but he has eeen service in the big leagues. He did not pitch a bad game yesterday as the Topeka tabulation shows. He has a slow teaser which kept the locals going at times. The greatest reason he lost was because his team mates stood prostrate before the delivery of Mr, "John Bunton. The game was played throughout In e. sprinkling rain which at times ' threatened to expand Into a drizzle. At various occasions it looked as though the game would have to be called. For this reason the game transpired In the Pitcher Bunton In Action. With the usual habit the home team commenced scoring without delay in the first round. Lawler flew out to McFarland and Hurlburt rolled an easy one to Pendry. In receiving the ball Warren Gill failed to get hold of the handle and the Topeka captain was safe. Immediately he went to second. Abbott did not wait for a sec ond ball from Pitcher Buchanan, but hit the first one square in the center and when the din of the crowd was over, Abbott had reached second and the captain had scored. From the way the Mets went out one, two. three during the first three innings it was little expected that a man could ever cross the plate. But such was the case. With two down in the fourth, the Spalding touched the wearing apparel of Warren Gill, send ing him to first. Then Bill Rapps. who has not been hitting over .400 all sea son, clouted the ball to right center for three bags, scoring Gill. "Brother t . t ' t'.rViml wna thp nfTt hat- ....... " ........ . ter, and Rapps was on third, but after swishing his bat through the atmos phere three times, nice a wooaen pa.u- dle stirring tne ioam on . iramjun lake in the moonlight, he retired to the bench. crossed the plate in the sixth Inning. Davis flew out to William White and Ragan passed up three groovers of Buchanan's. Runkel then secured a safe hit to centerfleld. A moment later and he was on second via the burglary route. Olson, who had just negotiated his third error of the season was next on the program of events and a clean single to left field sent Runkel home with a run and the game. After that it was all over. The" White Sox are now but a half of a game behind Oklahoma City. After today's game the boys will go up against the leaders tomorrow on the Wichita grounds in second place. A few victories might then reduce the distance from the top . Here's hoping. The figures of another victory: TOPEKA. Player AB. R. H. O. A. E. Lawler. If. 4 0 1 0 0 0 Hurlburt, cf. 3 1110 0 Abbott, lb 4 0 1 14 0 0 Iavls. rf 3 0 1 3 0 0 Ragan. ss 4 0 2 2 6 0 Runkel, 3b 2 1 1 110 Olson. 2b 3 0 12 11 Tonneman, c 3 0 0 4 1 0 Bunton, p. 3 0 0 0 8 0 29 2 8 27 17 OKLAHOMA CITY. Player AB. R. H. O. A E Pendry, 3b 4 0 0 0 2 0 Seoggins, If. 4 0 0 1 0 0 Gill, lb 3 1 0 8 0 1 Rapps, cf 4 0 2 0 0 0 McFarland, rf. 4 0 0 2 0 0 White, ss 3 o i 4 3 0 Wisper. 2b 3 0 0 2 1 0 Snooks, c 10 0 10 0 Jeffries, c 2 0 0 4 0 0 Buchanan, p. 3 0 0 1 2 0 'MA 31 1 3 24 10 1 SCORE BY INNINGS. Topeka 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 -2 Oklahoma City 0 0010000 01 Summary; Earned run Topeka: Three base hit Rapps. Two base hit Abbott. Sacrifice hit Runkel. Stolen bases Hurlburt, 2: Runkel, Ol son. Bases on balls Off Buchanan. 2: struck out by Bunton 5; by Buchan an, 5. Left on bases Topeka, 7; Ok lahoma City 4. Hit by pitched ball GUI. Attendance 700. Time of tramp 1.20. Umpire Guthrie. Webb City . 5, Lieavenn-orth 2. . Webb City. June 19. Webb City won by the dumb fielding of Leavenworth 5 to 2. Sooe bv innings: R H Webb City 1 0002020 5 9 3 Leavenworth 0 0200000 02 6 2 Batteries Geo. Milton and Cheek: Gil bert and Fisher. Springfield 4, Hutchinson 2. Springfield. June 19. After holding the locals for seven innings. Horton weak ened in the eighth and Sprinfield batted out four runs and won the same. Score bv innings: R H 12. Springfield 0 0000004 ( 3 1 Hutchinson 0 0010010 02 6 2 Batteries Grover and Partridge; Hor ton and Noyes. Wichita. Kan., June 19. Wichita-Joplin game postponed; rain. Western Association Standing. Clubs Won. Iost. Pet. Wichita 32 S .70 Oklahoma City 2fi : 17 .fills Topeka 26 : 18 .591 Joplin 24 IS .571 Hutchinson 21 23 .477 Webb City , 18 25 .419 Springfield 14 26 .350 Leavenworth 9 34 .209 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. Baseball cs it is spoken:. "After lay ing out a bunch of fouls. Red Davis walked on four balls." t The score that decided the contest tii" zo C'U'fiEaS SKM DISEASES No skin disease can exist without an underlying cause, and in most instances that cause is either a humor in the blood or en excess of fiery acids in this vital fluid. These humors and acids get into the blood, gener ally because of an inactive and sluggish condition of those members whose duty it is to collect and carry off the waste and refuse of the body. This unhealthy matter is left in the system to sour and ferment, and soon the circulation becomes charged with the acid poison. The blood, in its effort to rid itself of this foreign matter, begins to throw off the humors and acids through the pores and glands of the skin. These coming in contact with the delicate tissues and fibers with which the skin is so abundantly supplied produces irritation and inflammation on the surface, and Eczema, Acne, Tetter, Psoriasis, Salt Rheum, or some other troublesome and disfiguring skin disease is the result. External applications, while they soothe the itching, and are beneficial in keeping the skin clean, can never cure skin affections, because they do not reach the blood where the real trouble is located. A thorough cleansing of the blood is the only permanent cure for 6kin diseases. S. S. S., the greatest of all blood purifiers, is tne best treat ment. It cures bv neutralizing the acids and removing the humors from the circulation so that the skin, instead of being irritated and diseased by the exuding acrid matter, is nourished and soothed by a cooling, healthy Stream cf blood. S. S. S. goes down to the very bottom of the trouble, removes the foreign matter and thereby permanently cures every form of skin trouble. Do not expect to cure a blood disease with local applications alone, but begin the use of S. S. S., and when you have removed the cause the ekin will be free from disease. Special book on Skin Diseases and any raedical advice free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA. Batteries- Reulbach. -and . KJingr; Pfeffer, Dorriervan Brown. " Brooklyn 1, St. Louis 0. St. Louis, June 19. Brooklyn made it two straight, shutting out St. Louis. Rucker pitched splendid ball. Score by innings: - ' ' TI.H.B St. Louis 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 2 2 Brooklyn 0 00 10000 01 4, 2 Batteries Beebe and Noonan; Rucker and Ritter. 'rational Leagne Standing. Clubs Won. Lr-st. P. Chicago 40 - 11 .7S4 New York 33 16 .673 Philadelphia 31 19 .620 Pittsburg 26 20 .6(S Boston , w.. .21 30 .412 Cincinnati ., 20 32 .3S5 Brooklyn .,...18 34 .346 St. Louis .......14 41 .255 AMERICAN , LEAG CK. New Tort 6, tit. Louis 1. -New York, .Tune 19- The locals took the first game of the series from St.; Louis, 6 to 1.' Moore was hit freely, but the home batters got all they wanted off Glade after the opening inning. Score by fnnlngst R.H.15. St. Louis 1....0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 9 1 New York ..l 0 0 1 2 0 0 2 6 13 0 Batteries Glade and O'Connor; Moore and Klelnow.'.. . . Detroit 6, Philadelphia 2. Philadelphia, June 19. Detroit de feated Philadelphia by hitting Wad dell, and Bender hard in the fifth in ning. , -Score by innings: R.H.B. Detroit 00015000 0 10 0 Philadelphia 0 2000000 02 9 1 Batteries v-Donovan and Schmidt; Waddell, Bender and Schreck. Boston i, Chicago 3. Boston, June 19. Winter kept his head despite poor fielding by his team and the Chicago champions were de feated 6 to 3. " Score by Innings: R IT E. Boston 0 0 1 0 4 0 10 6 14 .8 Chicago ......0002 10 0003 7 xl Batteries Winter and Criger; Alt rock and McFarland. Washington 2, Cleveland 1. Washington, June 19. Hughes out pitched Rhoades in the tight places and Washington defeated Cleveland 2 to 1. Score bv Innings: R.H.E. Washington ...00000 1 00 12 7 0 Cleveland .0 l o u u o o u o x s 1 Batteries Hughes and Heyden; Rhoades and Bemis. American League Standing. Clubs '. Won. Chicago ........32 Cleveland -. ............32 Detroit 28 Philadelphia ; ....27 New York ..........23 St. Louis 21 Washington 16 Boston .18 18 .640 20 .615 18 .609 23 .540 24 .4S9 33 .386 29 33 .356 .353 WESTERN liEAGUE. At Toledo Toledo 6, Kansas City 5. At Louisville -Louisville 4, Minne apolis 5. At Indianapolis Indianapolis 1, St. Paul 4. At Columbus Columbus 3, Mil waukee 6. American Association Standing. Clubs Won. I-st. P." Columbus 34 20 .630 Toledo 31 23 .674 Minneapolis 29 23 .658 Indianapolis 28 30 .483 Kansas City 25 28 .472 Milwaukee 24 31 . Louisville -....23 30 .434 St. Paul 23 32 .41S NATIONAL LEAGUE, Philadelphia 7, Pittsburg 5. Pittsburg, June 19. Philadelphia won in the ninth by getting four hits and making four runs on misjudged flies. Score bv innings: H.H.E, PUtsburg 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 05 15 4 Philadelphia 10001001 47 9 3 Batteries Leever, . Leifleld and Smith; Sparks, Corridon and Dooin. Sew York 4, Cincinnati S. Cincinnati, June 19. Odwell's muff of Corcoran's fly In the second inning after two men had been .retired was followed by four runs. Bresnahan was hit on the head with a pitcnea Dan in the second inning and" rendered un conscious. McGann was hit on the wrist in the same inning and com pelled to retire. Score bv Innings: R.H.E. Cincinnati 0 0000100 23 7 New York 0 400000004 8 i I Schlei; Wiltz, Bresnahan and Bower- man. Chicago 3, Boston 1. - Chicago, June 19. Both teams played perfectly In the field, all runs being earned, witn tne, nnai score a 10 1. In favor of Chicago. - Score by Innings: I-I T- Chicago 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 S 8 0 Boston 1 0 0 o 0 0 01 7 0 Pueblo 4, Omaha 1. Pueblo, June- 19.- Pueblo cele brated home coming by defeating the leaders by a score of 4 to 1. 1 TSore by Innings: 'v" '" R.H.E. Omaha ...00001 00001 7 4 Pueblo .--.2 0 10 0 0 1 0 1 7 1 Batteries Hall and Gonding; Hach and Drill. Denver 13, Lincoln 5. Denver, June 19.' Denver defeated Lincoln by heavy -hitting by a score of 13 to 6. . r- - - - . Score by lnn'ngs: , R H E Denver ........... ,r.3jL 10 0 41 0 13 17 S Lincoln .'...,.0 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 6 4 Batteries -Olmstead, . ' Rodenbaugh and McDonough; Cicotte,. Zackert and Zlnran. ; Des Moines 9, Sioux City '4. Sioux City, June 19. Newlin was wild and ineffective, Des Moines bat- tiner him until the Seventh inning al most at will and wlnTOng, 9 to 4. Score by innings: ' R.H.E. Sioux City 4 0000000 04 5 3 Des Moines ...04202 10 009 11 1 Batteries Newlin and Sheehan; Gehring and T eager. Western Leasue Standing-. Clubs , Won. Lost. Pet. Omaha 32 21 .604 Des Moines 28 20 .583 Lincoln 28 22 .560 Denver 22 22 .500 Sioux City 22 - 26 .458 Pueblo la 36 .294 WESTERN ASSOCIATION GOSSIP.. WHERE THEY PLAY TOMORROW. Topeka at Wichita. Joplin at Oklahoma City. vWebb City at Springfield. Hutchinson at Leavenworth. Davis met with the misfortune In yesterday's game of getting spiked in his left hand. In the very first inning after getting a single he attempted to steal second. In tagging him as he slid Wisser accidentally spiked him in the hand. His hand is in Daa snape but he-will probably continue to play. He played a plucky game in the field yesterday after his hand was hurt. The prettiest bunt without a doubt that was ever laid down in Topeka was the one Billy White pulled on in the seventh inning of yesterday's game. The ball went down the third base line witn gust enougu speea 10 keep it from going too near to Runkel and enough reverse English to keep it just inside the third base foul line by a fraction of an Inch. In the third inning of the game yes-,-!, . ii -! f H t w n runners on bases and Davis batting there were just eight een IOUl Hies KDUCKeu. Xl was VCIJ critical time for Buchanan and he was t-.rinc. t inriucA Davis to fan. Ball after ball which cut the corner of the plate was fouled. inauy in sneer desperation Buchanan gave him a walk. Warren Gil!, the Mets big first base man, hurt his finger in the first in ning of yesterday's game when he dropped the throw to catch Hurlburt. The ball came in an unexpected man ner and tore the nail from his finger. According to the following from the Louisville Courier-Journal Cooley .. ... .A ,,n rk v1 nlri tricks asraln: Capt. Cooley was accorded an ovation by the big outpouring in auenoauce, SE BALL White Sox ys. Wichita At Novelty Theater 3:30 F. X. Tiurslay, Friday, Saturday. 3:03 F. U. Sunday. Every Flay toy "Wire. Admission 10 Cents. . when .with .', three - of . the - Colonels squatted at the. various stations in the third round of the first game, he smoked out a screamer, entitling- him to occupy, temporarily, the quarters on second hill and sending in the three men over the pan. - - . Buchanan, who- pitched for the Mets yesterday, is cross fire pitcher and he was in continual trouble with Umpire Guthrie on that account. Pitcher Buchanan, who -pitched for Oklahoma City yesterday afternoon is a man with lots of pitching experience. A few years ago he was pitching out on the coast where he attracted consider able attention and received a tryout with the St. Louis team. He worked with the Cardinals for a couple of years and then went to St. Paul in the American Association. From St. Paul he drifted to Nashville and later to Little Rock. He was recently secured from Little Rock by Manager McFar land. He has one of the nicest slow balls seen here this season. The reproduction of the Wichita-To-peka series will commence at the Nov elty theater tomorrow afternoon at 3:30. The games will be reported exactly as they occur, every ball thrown by the pitcher and every play being exactly reproduced. Every play that is made will be known , within a' fraction of - a second after it happens. This will be the first opportunity of receiving an account of a game in this manner for Topeka and if successful, arrangements will undoubtedly be made to make it a permanent feature. This plan of re producing games has been tried in other cities in the big leagues' and the fans In those places have always ap preciated the reproduction. Nothing has been 'heard -from the Fort Worth management in regard to Pitcher Markel who was to join the White Sox. It is not unlikely that no effort will be made to secure him until after Wright has been tried out by the team. The big Louisville pitcher is scheduled to report at Wichita in time to work in one of the games there and if he gets away good Merkel . will not report. A right handed pitcher is need ed more than a southpaw at the pres- ent time. The White Sox leave tonight for Wichita where they will try their hand on the leaders for the first time this season. This will be the biggest series of the season yet played. Other teams have all failed to stop Wichita on their home grounds and now it Is up to To peka. In many ways the Topeka team Is superior to the Wichita bunch and good games ought to result from the series. The. Oklahoma City team re turns home where they will meet the Joplin team. The locals are pushing to the top and with good results at Wichita ought to show up strong. The last game of the Wichita Topeka series on the Wichita grounds will be played Sunday afternoon. This will draw one of the biggest crowds in the history of the league. The Santa Fe will run an excursion to Wichita, which will be well patronized with fans who hope to see the White Sox trim the Rabbits on their home grounds. The train will leave here Sunday morn ing and return Sunday evening. There will be a Wichita excursion to Topeka July 14, and it is up to the fans of the two cities to shew which are the most loyal to their teams. Old Paal Companion, the erstwhile White Sox pitcher, pitched a game the other day at Dubuque in which he held his opponents down to a solitary scratcn hit and then lost his game through nonsupport Camp - is pitching great ball.. -He always could as long as . ne could keep away from one thing. Tf vvia-ir snnnil strance to some of the fans, but it is true nevertheless that Bunton has so far this season maae the best record of any pitcher in the Western Association without an excep- enth straight game. Jones Is also working in great shape and is regarded as the best southpaw in the association. HEYNIGEK A FAST ONE. Many Think the Princeton Pitcher Will Make Good illgner ip, Va,.. VnrV .Time 19. Manv a col- i .. t r-i ,i n'tin an w nnv of the base ball games at Princeton went away With tne conviction prciiy nimijr . v. i ; 5 , n ki. mlnn that be had cstduuoittu . . seen one of the coming pitchers of tne country in me uujib 6ih. was serving em up iur mo Aigeia. lilts nun t"" ".- " eon with just one pitcher of proven 'varsity caliber. That was Heyniger. And perhaps never in the history of college DaseDaii nas a piicuci icoyuim ed to the needs of his team and de livered the goods as he has. id oiv foot nn and a half Inches tall and weighs 185 pounds. It Is due to his great size and strength that he is as fresh at the end of a game as at the beginning. Add to his lasting power, duuuos bih-, uiiio. steadiness which resembles Cy Young's, and you have some of the personal characteristics which go to make up tne xigeia wui. MAXWELL BREAKS A RECORD. Beats Professional Shot-Putting Rec ord at pmiaaeipnia. nhiiaiiainhig ' .Tune 19. Robert Wallace Maxwell, the former Univer sity of Chicago ana swarinraore col lege student, who won a name for himself in rootoau ana neiu opuna, again became conspicuous in athletics by breaking the world's professional 18 pound shot put at the Scottish games in mis city. The rormer proiciuiii mcwi. . i a rrVia held bv G. Perrie. Coe holds the amateur mark at 49 feet 6 inches. .,"... Maxwell hurled the missile 48 feet 6 i v. aA bfs ne.rformance was all ho m'nn remarkable as he did no training for the event. i A 10 to 1 Shot Won. New XOrK, June is. ii": oun.w. racing at Grave send Tuesday was the victory oi l'm --- the Itn race.- rusciiu " , i ' tician had $100 three ways on the gelding did not Det oA him"' Little Woods has been racing here since the season open ed but never had shown anything to warrant a play and he has on v-eral occasions been quoted as high as loO to 1. Squires Is Clever. Says Burns. Detroit, June 19. In a personal let ter to a friend of his here Tommy Burns, who is on the coast at present preparing for his coming battle with Squires, says that the Australian looks like the toughest fellow to beat he has ever been up against. Toronto 5, LeROy 2. Toronto. Kan.. June 19. Toronto de feated LeRoy here Tuesday by a score of 5 to 2. The feature of the erame was Homer Martin's base running and the oitching of Cornette and Irwin: Bader, Stanton and DeLong. Umpire Mi tchels. Curley Boosting Squires. Chicago, June 19. Jack Curley, the Tonopah promoter, who has returned from a visit to San Francisco, where he has been looking over the western pugilistic situation, is n ' enthusiastic TT V The Pastry Confection Fairy-like in form, flavor and fashioning". Approved by Vanity Fair. Correct for the most select luncheon, function or afternoon tea. A delightful nibble combining the best qualities of delicate pastry and rich confections. 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