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J Charles Wuestefeld Twenty Years Old
Hides in Closed Strong Room
and Sends Bullet Through
His Head
I 1 Charles Wucstefeld a twentyyearold junior clerk in the Produce
r Exchange Bank at No 12 Broadway watching the payingteller shortly
after noon today noticed that official scrutinize two checks and then
steal a glance in his direction The boy promptly disappeared and
tI nearly to hours later was found dead shut in a dark vault in the base
ment of the bank with a bullet wound through his head
r The checks were for S20 each drawn yesterday on the bank and
Vuestefeld had no account there to meet them The bank officials i
I will not reveal the names of the persons to whom the boy gave the
checks but it is supposed that there was something about transaction I
to make him ashamed
The other clerks and the tellers recall that he was hovering about
1 the paying tellers compartment all morning probably hoping hat the
checks would not appear When they did lie became panicstricken and
killed himself i
Ii Younc Wueitfelil went Into the bank
Tlien he TIS thirteen years r > M ai > HII
cllce 1 > V Ilv trlet nttintlon lo busl
I liess he hnd HlUotl liin elf ip ti a
Jlilor rlerkiiln and wa < lo liive ieon
promote I I i a nice I thr liooKKeepni
clepartineiil on Sent 1 He wi > feet
3 Inch till finie ihli 1101 iiIi UTV
t rang Fle < Titlv le hid li in Iciin
I tlnlnlnz lit tu effects of the exces4le
Of Model Habits Say Parents
The boj lived with hli father Chnres
Wuefefell a truckman with i place
of biiIness nt No IMI Has Seventy
t vrnth trt The other members of
the fnmlly were his mitier Ills eliier
roher Alfred and two slsteri Ills
1irenls i Y hat he wis a boy of tnndel
I liablts lint sonii lliiHs wia nut n lite ai
I 3 eclnok nt MUM a It ent lug the theatre
I IT some pars
Tilt rffused to siy whether he ha 1
I frn out List ulclit or not II ap
jarel il the bank today at uk nsiul
I 1 ins anil rtcmt to work but found time
t i make fniineiit trln to the vlclnltv
rf the pnjlnar telieis line
I Whiii the fnal lie KS nppenrcd
joiing Wti ftlii nnnrkeii to one of
3 fellow clerks that he win going to
the uilt In mnke nn examination of
Hiio clHiks In order to iraT a sliKh
rror on hi books He shonod no
Igns of ngtitlnn and It was not un
rotiimon for him to make trpi to tho
iitlt t o lool < up checks about which
lucre 0 is nme ii U est lou
Had Signed His Own Name
The paying tellr to whom the two
jai ihicks were liamlel in the cnurse of
business iva amazed when lie saw the
name of iuilis Wuoslfeh fgneil tn
I f t 011 lie knew tho Juniorclerk hail no
p recount In tic > Innk After some heMW
1on he took iliu checks to the olllce of
John Wooil the ei lilor who hapiuncil
I to he out nt luncheon
I Hy the time Mr VujJ retunieil young
I Wuestefcld had been mlsslai nearly an
hour Tin cmhlcr ami the teller talked
the matter over a nil decided to > end for
tho clerk and miostion him They
learned flat ho was not at lis lesk
Daniel F Cullen jr another clerk
was called Cullen sild ho thought
Wuestcfeld was In the vault and was
instructed to go after him In a few
mlputes Cullen iiiiicil up Into the
bank with his taco white anil his eyes
He sakl ho had found the doors of
I he vault closed hut not locked Open
I ing the iloors he stepped In and turned
on the electric light II ucstefeld wus
t lying news a book truck on the steel
floor dead
His right hand clutching a revolver
was lying acrosi his chest Blood was
3 trickling from a hole In his temple
Mr Wood stinjoned Frank Dunn the
special policeman or thS bank who I
i Jiurrled to the vault and examined the i
I Ibody Ho said the boy had killed him 1
eel Instantly After consultation with
the banks olllcern Dunn notified the
Coroners Olllce and the John street
pollen station
Reluctanty Told of Checks
The ofllccrs of the bank denied at first
a that there was any business reason why i
t the clerk should have killed himself
k Finally when closely questioned by Cor
e oner Harburgcr Cashier Wood told of
the two KO checki Ho Insisted that i
there was nothing else Irregular about
the boys relations with the Institution
18 voun inana uUtom are H rthi
a couple of yearn hU senior and Olga
IJwe rear Mi junior Doth are exotol
j L
I Inclv preitv lieriha Is employed bI
John Form a coal ileilrr with a
pUre II reef I v nppo lii > the deiil youths
home Mr Konmri speaks In high
trniip nf vonnir W n > tefold
1 procured a position for him some
time ago said Mr Iornun to an Eve
ning Worlil reporter He wa one of
tlio bst youiiK men In my acquaint
URV i imelovlng and ilovoteil to his
family He coiid not have committed
any wrong I would have staked every
thing on his honeity
I i IIlId i ikcT u uio fniirce of infer
ala tivn In the niier of iolent deaths
111111 cniiie from the Coroners Office
priKtralel tho liny IIMIIIPI lie r
rp PI I it te Viie < iefeM home lone be
I fun ii newp iier MIFII He asked
Mr < 1 I C C fell wion he met on the
jiniiti i II < r HhrHifr IP ileslied the
ervlre of an iinii4taker The old lady
tthk ntr d shed the hvison
Your son Ins Just shot himself said
the undertaker
Mrs VueMefeld fcrpimeij and neigh
I bor went to her asslJtanep She had to
be carried to her apirtment
I Could Have Got Money
Mr Uood saul tlest e reid was very
1JlIIIlr and we hive never had cauaS
u > u pei anyihng wrong If he had
Hnaed the monei he ioiid hale got It
from me In fact I would have been
willing to have idvanted him much
more than the sum for which the checks
I know nothing of hH home life and
I do not believe that there was any
line affair attached to HIP suicide
Mr Iullen who hal known the siIclde
for several year oven previous to the
time he entered the employ or the bank
uest trlld was a line fellow There
I must lie some sort or trouble lie prob
nlly wt > iiard up for nioiiev He never
playMi the raes and he seldom went
nut tor an evening with women He
was a homebody
Sivclal In The Kveninx World
KORK Kltli Ont Aug 4Todays
races rifiiltel as follows
rillST ItACKThrceyearolds six
furlongs rtteranco 10T Ilutler 5 to 1
j to i and 8 to o I May Celli 10Ti Xn
neilyi 11 to 5 4 to 5 and 2 to B I Croy
don 107 Troxler 40 lo I 13 to 1 ant
S to I 3 Tlme114 1fi linyardo Lady
Corlnne Slater Caltha Queens Daugh
ter llnpando Oriental Queen Imp o1
Light and Alomar nlso ran
SKCOND HACKFlve and oneltff
iHirlongs twoyearolds Gallons
101 CJIiisner W 15 U won atrome
land 1W Power 11 to 5 4 to 5 9 to
Ho seeond Admonish 103 Troxler 12 to
5 1 to 2 third TlmelOi Helen 11113
Deviser Colored Lady Iocalallg
Drown Tony Mls3 rrlttemlcii MaIn
Oun and Pleasing also ran
THKD HAiKFouryearoMs six
fiirlonRN Director 112 Martin 2 to 5
and out won Lady Carol lor thither
12 to I f lo 1 and even second Del
mere 107 1 rowers 6 to I I to 1 and
out third Tltne113 3 Alcncon
Loretta Xf ck Totter Tacane Edgely
Maid of Cenlucky and Onmlc Opera
T io nn
KOI KTH IlACThreeyearolds one
mile and a sixteenth Kings Daughter
111 Powers T to 2 3 to 2 and out won
D nnls btnlllonl 1 VJ Rice S to 5 and
out second Rslrlmore 110 Nlcol 6 to
i 4 anti out third Time 145 J5
Polly Pilm also ran
KIITH HACK Threeyearolds six
firtnns1dirtii 105 Iowera I n I
ant out won Laly llildur ins Mar
tin 5 to 2 7 to 10 and out > coml
Black Hawk 110 Walsh 15 to 1 S to
1 and 5 to 2 third ThneI K Ma
son Polar Star Kred Mace Helen 11
and Protogonltt also ran
SIXTH ItACIJThrecvearoldf five
furlong Margaret T InTi Plckens J I
to I 2 to I and I to 5 won flUes 110
iDelahv 5 to 2 s to i and out second
Keep Minim Urt 1 Powers 2 lo I I in T
Hind out third Mil Hoy G recoils p
Miss Mnrlorle The Thorn Little Mln
tile al o ran
h 0
The Fire of Lady who Ulei CtlllU
Cream Ii loft clear anti txiutltul but fleyCr
irreair At ill toilet counter
j i h + 1 Jlt m lmeT I I 1jW + < i1Irc f1 TI1 jflJiyrf
1 II WIIVd linn Wnrm TnMffh nail WdatI
ftfJt orl I FINAL
I Circulation Books Open to I1 I I Circulation Books Open to All II t RESULTS EDITION
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Meets With Accident While
Watched ly Thousands and
Forced to Descend
Sky Machine Was Making
Records on 24Hour
Trial Journey
OPPBVirniM Atg I TIP Zeppelin
airship oivlng to H defect of one of
the motor landed on an Island In the
middle of the Rhine near here at 6
oclock tills evening tp to that hour
the airship was making a splendid
recent after the start from Frleilrlchs
hat n at CT oclock this morning Tho
Intention of Count Zeppelin was lo re
main In the air twentyfour liours und
return to the starting point at 1 A M j
It Is reported that the defective mo
tor will he repaired and that the 7ep
pelln airship will conllrve Us trip
MAYENTE Aug ICount Zeppelins
big airship on Its twentyfourhour jour
ney from Kriedrlchshafen down the
Rhine to Mayence Ietz and Stuttgart
and return was sighted from here at
230 oclock this afternoon The distance
from Frledrlchshafon to ilayence is i i
6l miles Having left the former place
at 6h oclock this morning he has con I
scquently averaged twentynine mlle I
an hour Including manoeuvring I I
The airship had len tinder perfect
control from the stat and Count 2ep
pelln was away ahead of his schedule
All Germany turned out today to
watch the airship as she skimmed the
air like a bird circling dipping and i
making sudden uprushlng flights to the I i
cloudy At eyery Flnt It had appeared
the sky machine had been greeted by
great cheers by thousands and the
boom of fans
To there salutations the Count had
answered by circling about church
spires and settling almost to the tops of
house At various places he has I
dropped messages declaring the trip a
success and saying that he and his
party were enjoying a splendid excur
Count Zeppelin made a splendid start
today In 15 great airship on the
muchheralded twentyfourhour con
tinuous journey on the success of
which a fortune depends for the Count
It was O oclock this morning when
tile balloon was still In the clouds ap
parently under perfect control and
making fast time The Count was due
here on his return at 7 oclock to
morrow morning
The weather was excellent this
morning when Count Zeppelin got the
motors of his sky machine going and
emerged from the floating dock on the
lake shore here
The airship arose Immediately from
the waters of the lake to a helght
Continued on Second Page
At Boston
Plltsburg 0 00010000 1
Boston 00040000
BatterlesUcfleld and Gibson Mc
Carthy and Graham Umpire Joha
At Cleveland
Washington 001002
Cleveland 010000
Uatterles Hughes and Warner Lleb
hardt and Clarke Umplre0 Ixjugh
At Chicago
Boston 0 0 0 I 0 0
Chicago 000000
UatterlesYoung and Crlcer Allrock
and Sullivan tmplreShcrtdan and
At Detroit
Philadelphia 1 1 0 0
Detroit 1002
HatterlesVlckers and Schrcck Sum
mers and Schmidt ImplreOonnolly
At Guelph
Toronto 0 0 0 0 1 fl 0 1
Jeersoy City I 3 2 2 n 0 114
Game called at the end of the seventh
Inning on accoount of rain
Hatterlfs Applegato and thrown
Moore and Woods tmplre Stafford
At Baltimore
Ilochesler 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 I 0
llnltlinore I 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0
IkitttrlM Hnl > and Hurley Adklns
and Hoblnson Implrc Walker
At Providence
Montreal 0 Q 3 0 0 0
Providence 0 00000000 0
IlitterlesOonos and Ball Cronin and
Peterson Umpires Murray and Black
For c5t for New York City i
and vicinity Generally fair and
continued warm weather tonight
and Wednesday Light to fresh
sih to southwest winds
J i
I Handicap Race Goes to Si
John Johnson at Odds
of 3 to 1
Woodcraft Beats Out Adriuch
and Adriana in Seneca
Selling Stakes
I To the Klltor ufTh inine World
I The most popular 11 tory nf the meet
I Ing was won her this afternoon by
Col SaIl tt rds Sir Julin Johnson In t ii
I i t U Hanillcnp The ooli bearing the
j colors of that pillar of the turf who
mem pimply for tin spoils sake were
carried In the front by Sir John John
I son every step IIr the way When ho
lasted In a thrilling stretch drive nit i
I Royal Tourist the crowd arose as one
I and uhveriM lom and loud
I So continuous was the ovation that
Mr Sanford who occupied his box In
the grand land tat tu rise and duff
Ills hat In recognition The Whitney
pair were an odkon choice In the race
sail It was figured cna omy an accident
could beat iiiem Sweet liuwever put
up a masterly rid and kept the colt
going untler u vigorous application of
tilt whip
Royal Tourist challenged gatnelv at
I the head or the stretch but he wasnt
tulle good enough to get the Sanford
colt Delirium was third Col Sanford
nearly won the fifth race too with
I Adrluche Hhe led Into tJie strckh only
to be overtaken by the favorite Wood
craft who won going away Sweet rode
Woodcraft this making his third vic
tory for the day He rode Plni and
Needlos and Sir Jhn Johnson
Rumors Still Afloat
The rumor that the Empire Associa
tions meet would be run hero as a
continuation of tht present meeting
after all amounts to nothing Accord
ing to Mr Ilutler such a move never
was considered III fact Mr Butler
would orttfei to run ils meeting on the
home cour ° o at Vonlcrs The crowd at
the track tqilay was small and the
oral livers on the lawn seemed dis
creet In carrvlns on their business
There was a Jirand new leport In dr
culation that after today tho lid would
go down with a banc on the gambling
houses Only time can prove the truth
of this
Medlant Beats Madden Pair
Mediant won tile opening event from
a very good Held Icnling practically nil
the way and winning easily at the end
In 106 the fastest time of the lulling
The Madden pair were off In a tangle
and never oould get Into contending po
sitions Preceptor followed the light
tooted Mediant all tile way tiring rlgrht
at the end to he beaten for the place
money by Sea Cliff who closed very
strong The real never had u look In
Pins and Needles Wins
Dugan on Fancy and hang on Polly
Watu had the fecund rao between
them turning rnto the stretch Fancy
carried Polly Watts out wide and his
enabled Pins and Needles who wu
third at the time to ski the rail and
save at least half a dozen lengths
Sweet kept her close to the rail all the
way home while Fancy and Polly
Watts fought It out In the middle of the
track At the finish Pins and Needles
was a head to the good with Fancy
second a hfnd In front of Polly Watts
With any kind of Judgment on the part
of rang Poll Watts would have won
I easily with FancY second Polly
Watts was heavily played by the wise
eft while Fancy went hick In the mar
I k t
Talent Puzzled In Third
I The third race presented a tine puzzle
for the talent High Kange was the
favorite and wis generously sup urted
Cotytlo too wU played and The Gar
dener was taken High Kange and
Cotytlo went off Into a good lead in the
first eighth and the rice looked between
them Jtytto might have won but
alls bore out as usual In the stretch
When McCuhey got her straIght she
closed like a streiK ot Just failed to
get up High Range running straight
and trite under Shilling kept In front
to tho end The Gardener cia back to
his last good rce and finishing strong
along the nl up to he second
11 c IN 11H INNING
Chicago 010 I 0 0 n 002
Philadelphia 00010030 4
isrdal to TV Evenlne World
nilLADKMHIA Aug I II bunch
Ing their hits In the seventh Inning In a
fast game between the Phillies and Cubs
the Phillies nosoil out the Chicago bunch
today hy a wore of I to 2 The Cubs
Marled In like winners and began scor
ing early In the second a walk and 1
sacrifice And a triple by Howard scored
one In the fourth the Ciirn again
score1 a run on 1 single and a hrlpit
hy Tinker
In tills Inning hovcver the Phillies
started scoring lnni doubled nnd
scored on a single hI Titus Thero win
no further scoring until the seventh Inn
Ing when the Ihilllen went ahead and
A ere never headed
Mag started tvtth a sln e to left
field DranUlelil was walked Otborne
beat out on I M single tilling tie
Iwises DiMiIln dnuMM over third Iie
clearing the iios Tho game was
marked ultn Hensilloiml ilcldlng lr
which Kim tie Doolln and Onint for
ihtladelphli and Tinker Even and
Chaance for Clil < ifo exceelled
t 4
I Sf Louis 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
i Brooklyn 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 2
I t
Itlrtat 10 The KtnhiR WorMI
liVX Ails 4 Tlie Tmlloy DoOtccr
mill SI Jutih OirdUiali 011110 together
iipiln this nrtirnoun in tie ovond ills
sle uf tlidr foursame sell The iliy
wts IlHlrnly too hot fur bivball and
1 Ka conLMipii lliiri wis only a fi in
road o motors on naml liiclm
wis Uoniivairs seIol tIll for the pltcn
Ill stunt Miiluskoy tlmUKlit llav
nioitl Inokfd jrnod aiul ho nis slvcu
tlio Job
Fir3t Inning
Phaw bewail hwtilliiei iiy snmmlni
lilt Ijtll t < nlitr for ji IIIK fharles
soaKuJ I hOt Brouniltr to litvts who
threw tu liummei forcing HIt and on
Hiinuncls 1011 t iruw to Jurtlan C harle
I iloulilMl a low
was < oubl1 up Murary sent
I Krounder Li llunimil I > put his 111111
ny a ipicily cinick to Ionian SU
m s
liurcn tvas letlrnl on his hRh
I oiinii m Ilurii iiiul i > in1 in
I Hummel lumped ti hot grounder to
Ilellly wii tarn him mil i ta
lumley was til third victim Gilbert
urnbblnR tin Jul11 pet a nil tOSS hg Ii i Itt
Second Inning
Konetchys grass cutter was taken
care of hy Itwl and Jdrtianele
liiilliy pTtoil HDP lo HilWiiel who lath
no time In Retting the ball lo Jirilai
Lewis and Innlan handleil nell s
nell N 0 RfNS
I n
Jordan iSititli moth the ball on a line to
I the right tiolil feiirn for two Kuea ivinl
went to ililnl on Lewiss Paorllice Hal
moiid to Gilbert iJcrRen bounced one
to Gilbert nml Ionian wa nailed at
I the plate on nillys fast throw to tud
wig IlerRen was caught naPPK
Hnymond to Konetchy to Itcllly O
itt Ne
Third Inning
LudnHt drove out a long fly which
Burch nabbed Gilbert was dlspostd of
on his slow bounder by Loots and Jar
dan Hammond WT thrown out by
6hehan NO rHNS
Dulelianty collanil Slenhans long fly i
after a sprint Maloney bunted In
front of the plato and IHS thrown out I
hy Luriwlg Wllhelm was put nut of
the way by Ilellly and Konetchjl No
Fourth Inning
Shaw was oilod out l > > KIm on a
horrible decision Jordan got the ball
BIWOI l4 r
I1tirtii IC 1 ti 1 0 0
i 111111 2b 0 0 I 4 0
Lllnl > I I f J 0 0
lorlal Ih I I 13 0 0
I LllI I J I 5 0
I iitlrgoll t II 0 I 0 I
18Imlll 3h 0 I I 2 0
Jlnn cC I 1 1 1 1
i f
I llhehn ii 0 I 1 3 0
i i ToLI1 j 2T J 1 I
I I 11 PO A E
Shaw cr I I 1 0 0
CharieR 3b 0 I 1 5 0
Mllrray rf 0 t 0 1 I
lolelchr lb 0 I 12 1 0
Dclchnlir I I I l 0 0
Helr 85 0 I 1 G 1
Ludwig c 0 I 2 1 0
GIlbert ° b I I 1 2 0
I Haymond I 0 I 2 0
Hosteller 0 0 0 0 0
I Karger p 0 ft 0 fi 0
j Totals 0 15 24 18 1
I Hatted for Raymond In eighth
I Base HltsOff Hayinond I In Fen
i Innings
First Hasp on llnllsOff Wllhelm I
I 11 ft on Haies St Ijoulj 3 Ilcook
lyn I
Htrtick OiitHy Wllhelm 5 by Hay
tnoml I
I Home Run Maloney
Tall Its CC Hit Jordan
Stolen flasenlotvi Uitrch
Double Ilays l ewls to Hummel to
hut did not have lila foot on the hag
chares wan a victim on strlKei Mur
ray bunted safely Konetohy nent out
I Irfwls to Jordan NO HUNS
I Hurch was dlspnied of by Iharles ant
Konetchy Hummel sent a high bounder
Continued on aecoml Page 1
Weather Clear Aug 4 Track Fast
tO KIK5T longs KAOE Handicap for tuoyen olds Y added five and t half fur
1Mt 2113 Or23i Start rood Won easily Winner b f by Mthllerhlat
Untrae UW rierH H Durya Time IOI
Inlo Slarlers W L l 14 ¼ lit Jefkeyi up ill Cl U
624 Mtillaiit lli 1 lh IVi I1 1 JlcCirlhv I 4 lea 63 35
Ml Sea IMff liI 1 ill ti lVi E ivjtan 4 f Ii 2 3i
ot Irltuttoi Kll I t 42 2 T Nolter f1 tea TJ I 12
D7JI Maimin toa 9 40 61 i li 4 I I et 20 ii 20 S 4
477 lefinllt In2 I H I t 3 MusKMve Ii XI so 10 5
I tetl Joe Madrtan 117 7 7 JH 7 > 4 tjtt Shilling I 1 2 hi Mil 14
tao < Taboo 1VI I 8 7 I 7 Hmlth IS 30 SO II i
ton hloalll t11 ib 1 II M A1rve 2 1i i11 1 r
l nrcl C i C I I J lcl jLJ 2u S j
Mediant broke well In motion mid rein to the front creel a terrific pace she
drew awa y very eailly In the stretch R M Cliff outrun In tho uarly tart clod with
a aal nutKame1 frrceDtni at the end Th slur ran a fine race hut found wih
welxht too much Mnlnan It AS running urnnic nt th > Inlsn The Madden entry had
tIll imol and were never pioiiilntnt
h C
SECXNrl ItAlEKor threeyearoldsatttpwir4seiltng Hu aiMrd on mlliT
t7 Teat 2b Orr3I Start wl Won driving Ulnn b 1000 KnlrSt of
tJH 181 Sjindy Ur Ownerh I Lee flm I4H fS Inllhl
IntexhOarters dtiIt I I = J ctirF
Tni Pin and X lli7r toil T 2 2 > iTT 1J iineeL 52 ffii T iJ f5
11 Fancy I I 311 114 II 2 E Uunn 65 55 s t2 t
hiT laity Wats m 3 5 I 3 2 < 3 ln 4 4 s Ir lR
M Import 1W I < W IU 4 Munrive f 12 10 S 1
Klllochan 101 I Sl > t 51 51 McCuhey 13 10 30 I 3
W3 Kilohin lfl LL6t a fl Tnrke L 15 10 I 1
Pln and NWdlpa mved many lengths on ICe ittetch turn bv hueuln the iIi anT
standing a hunt drive wmelj Just islet Fancy was test but the toy took her n
on the turn and this Ion the race for the til 1 1olly Watts hud plenty of iprfl anti
h > M on well =
i IIU TItrill ItAlK F lwoy aroMi atlnlj ailfl five and a halTfurloniT
I Uo iostil2t Lbft8Oli atarI good Won drhlnu Winner blk c by Oalore I
Ullfrhorn O wn < Jul > nor on Tlmeijui 4a
ttleX SnrTrri = lttL MH Tin j rlP ILI C1 II Sh
SionTUh itano 112 2 t y th i lb awiiinit 73 55 siTjTTi I
ilS The OarJener H2 r IWiJ 3b 2 > McCirthir 3 6 3 2 i
IIMI riivitn tilt 4 2 21 2 31 Mrcahev 1 3 3 1 13
OOt Midshipman Easy 10 1 J > It Ii 4J K pucin 10 12 t2 4 2
ash utfVw7T ioii 7 7 T if VHOnien S 1U Ill 4 2
fl3i varhion lila I 5 51 51 2 Xolt 9 In 8 3 M I
nSnoSkorV Ilrl t IP f r Muesrave I < i VI 31 111
felt iw iLlILJi JlJ S S s s t 4 is 17 a 35
High Hitne lashed Into a Rood lad hut we e iolng his best at the eri lo wln
Cot > ttn wn runnlnit oul all Ihrouuh the stretch but for thil would hive won The
Gardener IiflfOUJ Imprmlnz rapidly anJ II carryln tie ireej farther In cacti tart The others
C = = = T
ttlT FOlllfll IlAfBTlie Huron llandlinp thrr ye > ra < ls sritjupaajT9latdj
i I mile and ihrte iixt nthJ
Post mie 0151 Start zeal Vt on lrllnl Winner b c by Iildor La
l CilL2Jlir in Snfonl Time 15s V
In I Lt4 ° L U SL liTi
iKTsiTJohn Johnionr m 2 I H lW t 135 1fTT 3
H2 nnyal Tourist 112 3 2 2 21 B Dujan 1 3 JJ 27
iW1l tJlrlum 107 I 3 3 > 31 3 Netter 13 13 27
1 Obrt lC HT 4 4 tj McCarthy 20 411 40 4
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after the start ant rorPnl a terrIfIc pace 11 II drive rmly ant held on son
slr Tourlsl noted I strong but hung In it tact faa slntlei DelirIum was outrun
In the nIIpirt hut 5 ln pn n1LlI I
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1 2 ° Whip Toll lOt n 4 b 4 I I1 McCarthy I 1 3 1 j1
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Woodcraft itiUell the ttttl was i clos ouirters In the early part closM with a rtiqt
then cltir Atrluh s t > wf1 a snlendld or riint for first stsrt shouM do the next
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tnt TMnh 01 2 t I tI 214 we 7 12 3 2 12 15
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II I Queen teal tat 5 t II II p lions 15 21 U 0 2 I
12 I almllt I JJ 1 51 t L ijttt L 10 5
Iramiter Just e lasted ii te Torenla t cieeS with a n > < h Chief Driat off iwori tee ca the I
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I 4 I
Seymour Raps Out Two Home Runs l
I and Hard and Timely Hitting by
I Donlin Doyle and Bresnahan
I Helps Earn Victories I 4
Cincinnati 0 0000 1 002000 3
I Giants 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 14
Cincinnati 00100000 1
iiams 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 4
reline > llj 1 1 15 1 0
niylo21i 1 I 1 1 3 1
rresnalmn c 0 3 1 1 0
Donlin rf t 1 2 1 1 0
i Siyniour c 1 2 I I 0
Devlin 3h 0 1 L 5 0
McCormlck I 0 1 5 I 0
Hrltlwcll SB 0 2 I 7 0
I kGltinlt > p 0 0 0 B 0
Mallicwson 1 I 0 1 0 I
totals I is Il 1
It I PO A a
I Kane cC 0 0 3 0 0
HugKlns 2b 1 2 4 1 0
Loliert 3b 0 2 0 2 0
Mitchell rf 0 0 2 0 0
Schlcl c 0 0 2 0 0
Oanzel Ib 1 1 15 0 0
Pankert If 1 2 3 0 0
Hulswltt ss 0 2 3 4 0
Bwlng p 0 0 0 2 0
° McLean 0 0 0 0 0
Coakley p 0 0 0 0 0
Mowrey ss 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 3 9 32 9 0 i
° Uirdwell hit by baled ball
scored None out when winning run was
° Baled for Ewing In ninth
BA8e HltsOff McOlnnlty 9 In S 13
Innings oft Kwlng 12 In S Innings
First liase on UillsOff McOlntiltv 2
10 Left on liasesCincinnati 6 Giants
Struck OutH trmklev 2
Thrwnise HltiCinzel
TwoIlase UltsHresnaliaii Huggln
Iibert Scvmour fu
Stolen HASP Devlin
Double PliyMcGlnrlty to Hrlilwell
to Tenney
Umpires nigler nml F1 lIe
I pclal InTh Etrnln WorM 1
IVIJ GltOfVDS Aug iThe Glans
hatted their way Into second place to
M In scoring two victories over Uln
clnnatl iMnlin Seymour Doyle and
Hresnihnn Mt hard and oFten Just
when hits wftre needed Seymour getting
two home run In the second frame I
Twelve tnousind fan rooted an hard
fo the Cubs to lose as for the Giants to
The game was called at the first half
of the eighth Inning on account of
darknesn with the score In the second
game standing 4 tto I In favor of the
1ILh none out In the twelfth Inning of
the Mrst frame liresnulun dropped a
lute one Itt the ouilleld anA Kent In
twyle with the winning run McOlnnlty
blew up In the ninth uml lists war
tied to Mnthewson after the score had been
First Inning
Dovlln threw out Kane Hujrrln
walked Ixhert hit Into a double play
Ml I t imltv to Irldw ll to Tanner NO
Tcnnov tile t Paskert Hulswttt
loused out Ooylo Hrosnahnn smash
a twobaecer Into night Diwlon wits
out Kwtnc to rtnsel NO RUNS
Second Inning
Mitchell flied to llrldwell Schlel
walKed Ganzel lined to MeCormlck
askert tiled to MeCormlck NU i
Seymour popped out to Htllwltt and
Devlin also popped to Hulswltt JIc
Cormlck lifted a foul to Sohlel NU
ThIrd Inning
Hllswtt smaiicd sift to rlRht
Doyle cot Kwlssit g > itider but In j
C v for a ilmnle pa threw badly
ti Tenney nail iith runner wero nifc
Vtnntv irwiud Kanes unt and I
threw Ilulawltt out nt lint Husgiii
up 1 t a l > iiil trllni 1 bate Dovl
pun ed on In t1 grounder and
ihiHW lIving out ai Uc > plate JtcOln
Mltv trew out MtrheM N 0 RUNS
ltritnell ilropr l a bunt In front of
the plate and hcut It with ease Me I
nnliy In iryins to hunt puppod out to
Oanzel Tenvy Mli l 1 HtiKglns I
Doyles crnund r slk llrldwell be I
tween ti luse cn l he KM called out
Doyle KtNH being oi < il teil with a till NO I
Fourth Inning
Deilln threw out Slilil and Channel
died tf same wa y Irilel tti ied i
out Pukef NO HUX3
lro < nimn wai out Gtniol unj lnttd I
potiln Cammed a pretty stogIe over
leJ11 iwse I > nUn sot I D third on
Ssv aC crack to fight Ievtint
itincy lb 0 1 8 0 0
Doyle 2b 1 1 2 1 q A
Bresnahan c 0 2 7 0 O
I Donln rC I 0 0 0 Q
Seymour cC 2 2 4 1 1
i DeJn b 0 1 0 1 0
Hclzog 3b 1 0 0 0 0
II McCormIck J 0 1 3 0 0
Brhlwcl 89 0 0 1 1 0
l 1
I lath wson p 0 0 0 5 0
Totals 1 S 21 9 1
Kane c 0 1 2 0 0 I
aiiiwry 2b 0 1 1 4 O
Iobrrt 3b 0 1 2 0 0
I Irrcau c 0 0 1 1 0
Itrhel Ii 0 0 8 0 1
Paskprt J 0 I 3 0 0
iCJllson rC 0 0 1 0 0
Ulfwll fR 1 1 3 2 0
I Coakley p 0 0 0 2 0
I fluhec p I 0 I U 0
Total 1 4 21 9 1
llase Hits Off Coaklny s In six Inn
nrt Base on flailiOtt Mathewson
I ort Corakln 2 of Dubec I
Left on leases Cincinnati 2 Giants t
Struck OutBr Mathewson 7
Home Huns Seymour 2
Tlireella HitDoyle
stolen Ha es Hresnahan
II forced = out Seymour Hul Volt to Hug
gin but Donlin scored Devlin stol
second MrCormlck boat out a Ingle to
I Lobeit nri Devlin took third Brldwell
tiled to Mitchell ONE RUN
I Fifth Inning
Hulswltt filed to Donlln Devlin
threw out losing < are popped to
llrldwell NO m N s
llulswltt threw out McGlnnlty Ten
npr slnsled Into centre Doyle beat
out a slow one toward third Doyle
was forced at second on Dresnahani
groiircler HuNwItt to Hugglns Tenney
inking hlrd hose Donlln singled put
short scoring Tenney and sending
1 Ilrsmhan to second Seymour fed
to Fane ONE HeN
I Sixth Inning
lluatlns hit to deep left for two
base Lobert slncled to centre and
Ilugislni went to third base Hugglns
then scored is Mitchell forced aut Io
ten Brldwcll to Doyle Doyle threw
out Schlel Mitchell was out stealing
third Bresnahan to Devlin ONE RUN
Devlin le off with a single to right
but was forced by McCormick Hoggins
to Hulmvltt Hrldwelt forced Mcor
mlck I > hert to Hugglns McGlnnlty 11
filed to Mitchell NO RUNS
Seventh Inning
Oanzel lied to MeCormlck Paskert
Ixfit out I bunta close decision and
look second on McGlnnltys balk BrIt
well threw out cGlnnlty8 Den made
a grand stop and threw out EwIng SQ
Tenney fled to Kane Doyle wan out
to Uanzel unassisted Bresnahan beat
out a slow one to short Donlln t1tI4 to
Piskert NO RUNS o
Eighth Inning
Bridwell tossed out Kane Hugglni
Illed to Seymour Lobert lore oft 1
ilouble Into left Brldwell threw out
Mitchell NO RUNS
Seymour ripped a twohaggor Into
left and took third on Devlins sacri
fice Iaert to Janzel Hugglns got
MoCormlnks sharp bounder but Say
blur bet the throw to the plat
llrldwell popped out to Iobert SwIng
threw out McOlnnlty ONE RUN
Ninth Inning
Shlel led to Donlon GanzeJ hit to
Jeep left for three bases Paikert beat
out a slow one to short HuUwItt
singled to rlirht scorlnz Oinzel and
ending Itakert to third anti taking
second himself on the throw to third
MoGlimltv was taken owl at the box
loud MVittliowum took tile t > lac IOVoTY
ran for HuMwItl and McU > an Kittert
for Ewing Paxkert xeoreil on fo
Jan lomr itt to Seymour and Iowry
took thlnl Kale tllnl to Mclormlok
coaklcy pitched for flnclnnali and
Mowry played short In place of Hull
wltt Tenney was called nut on Jtrlke
Doyle tiled to Kane Huiggms throW
out Hresnahan N 0 UNH
Tenth Inning
Huitglnt oat on Tenney to Matt
and Iiiiert rnllil out lo Tenney uns i
itetl Doyle threw out Mitchell NO
VoKry ti ret out Dimlln Heyou
itniek out but S blot dropped the bill e
Continued oa Second Pare

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