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I THREW HER BURNING
BABY AND HERSELF
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Mother in Frenzy of Fear Tosses In
fant From Third Story and Leaps
HerselfOther Child Is
Burned to Death
Mary Abruzzo a young housewife was working in the kitchen of
y her flat on the top floor of the threestory tenement at No 26 Tomp
kins avenue Brooklyn this afternoon Her infant son Charles WaS
asleep in a perambulator at the window and another child Joseph
< three and onehalf years old was playing on the floor near the oil stove
In some way unexplained the fire in the burners of the stove com
municated to the tank in which the oil was kept and the tank exploded
l burst of fhme filled the room setting fire to the clothing of the boy
Joseph
In a frenzy of terror the mother An I
fleavored to extinguish the blaze The
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I little boy screamed In agony and broke
away He manaied to dodge hl mother
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for a little time and then her attention
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waj attracted by a cry from tho baby
The flre had sprMd to the DtrambulB I
tor Mrs Abruizo Insane with fear
I and fright tabbed up lii r biby and
t tossed him through the window tlen
realizing that she had probablv thrown
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him to his death she Jumepd after him
landing by his side In the pav d court
three stories down
Neighbors heirlng the screams of the
children and the mother and noting
smoke pouring from the windows of the
Abruzzo nat turned In a fire alarm
When the firemen arrived they found
llttli Joe burned to a crisp on the floor
of the kitchen
Mrs Ahmzzo And the Infant were
taken to Kings County Hospital Both
are frlrhtfullv Injured and their re
covery Is doubtful
DIVE FATAL TO BOY
Frank Saupt fifteen years old died
In St Mamabi Hospltil Newark to
day from Injuries received while diving
The hov dlve1 from a bridge Into a
rk nn the meadows on June 14 last
HP struck the bottom of the creek and
Iilj spine wan fractured
fZno to Atlantic CUT and Return
Welntirlax Aug 24 Pcniuylvinla RaIl
road I Kew York TH A M Brooklyn
I T1A M
I 4 YENING WORLD RACE CHART
EIGHTH dAY AT EMPIRE CITY
Weather Cloudy Aug 24 Track Slow
on4 FIRST IIAOE Maras Ibreelrolds and upward idling IJOO added six fur
Oil lonii
Foil lIme 3 SO off 2M Start bad Won easily Winner b f by Hli Hlthnma
carrie C Owner T Murphy m1123 3J
Index starter Wt t i 1In JoekeyL Op HI UI 11 sn
a9 1d D UH 2 1 ½ i Hutler 32 3 32 I 12
79t Boema 104 t 4 4IPo Ullbert 72 4 l I 12
I 711I Bslle Slrome 113 3 2 2 21 3 MCC3hey 10 12 12 5 S2
T Adrln 101 t 31 4 4 E1ugan t 6 3 2 1
1140 Mlu Deaney 1111 5 10 10 5 111aM1er 10 20 10 6 3
TW Jane Swift 101 T 6 6 IIn RMulgrae t 8 6 2 I
173 ComlIen 113 t 31 3 3 7i MeDanI4t 3 1 6 2 1
79 I Tea v1 IYJ S I 7 l 5 b Sumto 12 20 20 8 4
troTroubeur 113 U l 9 O 9 O Bump 10 I IS 6 3
193 lAdy Karma 10 In 01 8 10 10 lplon 10 O 15 6 8
1U3 Dainty Dame 113 Lett1ft post J Lee T2 4 3 I 12
tli Qule 101 111 al poel lorko 111 20 13 R 3
Ida D dathtM Into a big Uid t rly and forcing 7t tat pace all th way won gal
loplntt Boeroa was lame going to the poll but doted lory strong anl was next best
Bell Strome had plenty o ipe1 but tlre1 at the end Dainty Dam and Miss Caasle
wHe lefl a t
= r7ntrnnvtz c tznrznt = o =
om HCJ1Twoytllrold jI addt lIve ond a half furlongs
c IJ i Post time 2 olt 3llO t1rt gd1 Ynn driving Winner b t by Ben
BrushFlr Ilon OMrG 1 Odol1l TlmelnT
Index itaiet3 Vt 81 ir I Jock Or III CI PI an
I 404 Tf3nr liD 1 I II I I tIeniI 45 73 gIO H
196 1tt3ai Captive 112 2 2 2 2 2 Netter i 13 1 13
718 Tom Hayward lOT 3 SS 3l4lt Is Gllbort S 10 10 62 S 5
i81 Pfl0t1 Ill 4 411441 4 41 Butler 6 7 6 8 3 23
71G Adele C Uti II fl 3 4 6 S Cknent 13 B 2IJ 8 35
iH Krlklna n Jo oon 3 I
jiinee Is a Kf3n1 filly she appIrl to to n trifle ohort She I nho the front
early and IBO drii log haul at lhC end lo win She will be hard lo ten in any com
I pany from nowon lloyat C + piUe cloiad strong Tom llaynurd Improving
HDt Til I lll > HACEThre > wolds ant upwaM handicap eelllnit iXX dddTone
oe nitle
I Post timee 325 off 327 Start 1001 Won driving IIlnner b If by Octagon
Wood < vUPlOnnerrILi10ij TUneIJ2
Indei itaiters te 11 vr s 1ln Jockeys tip HI CI 11 11
Jl NwvlCWft = Ill T 1li2T jU b r a3 j 25 13
Tot Aster DOr 103 7 j 4 3 > 2 inltI 4 5 4 hj 11
712 DAlkle 1W 2 35 7 1 31 McCarthy 211 B1 Ill 7 3
459 Sunflis 97 3 tS 11 4 4 Lang 20 80 20 3
I 7M CamiMlgner HID 3 aij ii 31 lIuIIlr S to S 2 25
T03 Alauda 102 07 fl > Cl fl1 E lIulan 5 S S 5i 2
70W Kiston 1D 4 2 II1 U wor I 20 7 r
Woixtcnltlay oft the tic In the iwcinnlns he came up on the outside on th turn
but TJS never outrun Aster DOr ran a itieatty Improved race ant flnlshel out slrore
DArkle cime from a lone nay back Eaton null at Itt Hunfiro The Utter woith
yn4ntjrlniIi cheaper cnmpan > u
Gni KouTtTIl HAllT The Whirl Stakelirj i j idtifdl hreeoiMToldsT one iiiTiT
01 Post time i33 off 37 Stan KMU t I nil easily Winner ch c by Golden
Oirterleirt llwner A J Joiner Time lEt 2
a Index 7t1ri u w Jio c iL bin J J 2T ciiiTTi
inn lioi < len prorl 121 2 2 I 2 2 I I I3iitIer 1 14 lii J12
arll IIelit IIJ 1 t 4 4 I 2 I Ij 1I 10 112
72j1 rrlzptt lic 3 31 I j s 1 1 I s I
ITT trcraalne LI I Notlr 1 10 S R 3
If Hetiin oupIi nas murh the llst but us JoynT had dcLipd to win slth Golden Pent
1 Jockey K Dumn eaoed llenslan up In tho list Hrith of a mlie to iltonr Gollen Purl
ta win Maif 2ln hid spwd but null Frl ett ai neur ineeroui
ui U fIPTH lUiR Maiden thrccyearoM and iiiivnrl jailing 1w added one mile
OIO anl a lteeiith
4 Poot time 421 off 121 fiturt fair Won eailly Wnner eh i by John Hrlih
TUllle llelle lI nprP 1 Sllllptt TlmeiUlJM
Inla i te SI t Ii 1 kIl Jiki On II 11 PI sth
ii John n McMillan I trTi i I jiign 12 33 1120 13
207 MiMnm 19 2 i r Ieflrthy II 10 10 33 2r
tie 1 Imall Jill I it t 4 3 51iicroce 2 i1 12 710 14
4l Tenlr ant True ill I 2 l 2 111 Vfll Jj 21 11 4 I
TM frir < > iairoT Ill 3 I 1 2i 3 1 ort n 21 10 2 12
nui lIkv i ivi KM 4 ir H ILll Ilren 21 II 20 7 2
Jonn K McMillan lay In l > > ilni the pace to me nrn nhcreli iiillv weal Info the
I Id anl i tn Ii m liadli on f at the chart but ivn muci thj bst knberni
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I JUJ SIXTh lfi ThreeoiriiMi und uiwinl nuv Innern At this me ln r 7nTnr
0 S SVI1 idded n mllo ant M uuirter
10 t tIp 137 off I V Start tnl Won h ndlly Winner b f br lleno
lIuI lik Ooner T W Imiliir ThKlrrii
If Il Ind i tieErr WH tit U CLffn iE I Op ill eo21 Sh
4 Pc13 Tnih li2 0 3 I Ipton iln I 3 13
1r nI t > 7 t 2i 11 i l i 2 McCarthy 3 e t II 11
t p 77i Mui > i < V 00 11 S m It 2i l fl it trap 72 4 16 I t2
i1 Kllllrankle liS I Pi 2ij 4il VorkJ 13 20 u 5
M Tlnrna lit 2 4t 31 31 34 Johnson 20 ct 13 a 32
rI Me tho 07 I i 7 7 nn Ollbert 72 S 4 Ej II
11 V Ill 7 3 ° th 34 7 JFCVIlrlen 20 ttO 20 1 t
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Tush much IM bet was nn Ui outiid all the nay Uoloonda ht14 011 wei
Utlulty quit when the pinch cm
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I NEW YORK MONDAY AUGUST 24 1908 PRICE ONE CENT
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GIANTS WIN DOUBLEHEADER 1
AND TAKE LEAD FROM PIRATES i
JOYNERS HORSES
L RUN1IINTHE
EMPIREFEATURE
Golden Pearl and Hessian Get
Double Share of the
Whirl Stake
BY VINCENT TREANOK
Special to The Evening World
I EMPIRE CITY RACE TRACK TON
I KERS Aug 24Jatk Joyner scratched
Rlalto from the Whirl Stake the
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feature of the card here this afternoon
and then run onetwo with Golden Pearl
and Hessian hln other two starters
FrlMtte wee third Dusan rode Hes
sian and Butler rode Golden Pearl
After Hessian han run from hit
place and collared the lender Magazine
at the far turn he came Into the
stretch with a safe advantage Ho
t uld have drawn away many length
but Duiran looking around for Butler
and Golden Pearl aw they wore near
cneURn to I1nII1 > W very properly
Under driiTe pulled H sjlans heart al
1 mcut sldsways while Butler on Golden
Pearl whipped his mount Into 1rw lc ut
I alone the stretch
Joyner had declared to win with
Golden Pearl and under the rules the
pulling by lJUffan Is permissible Both
i Dugan and Butler rode well to orders
whdB they might have messed things
up Magazine after nwklnp the early
I pace tired In the stretch and lrlzelte
was a handy third
Track I
I Elder at the
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I Acting Dlstrl AttorneY Elder of
I Kings County created a sensation by
I appearing on the lawn Just before tho
i fourth race A crowd collected around
him as he wrote down the scratches
II and talked to Chief of Police Wolf He
then walked down towad the old bet
ting ring the crowd scurrying from all
over the track to Ret n glimpse of th
little man who had put the Jockey
Club to so much bother and trouble
A < he picked his way through tIs >
crowd with Seymour Butler Mr Elder
shook hands with a dozen different
bookmakers and had a smile and nod
fur everybody He met John Cavanash
and exchanged a friendly greeting and
then adjourned to the bar for some re
freshments
I am her simply to look things over
I hear Woodlawn wa near and I want
ed to see where they were hurled
A IIlIg In commenting on Elders sud
den appearance at the track remarked
that he came up to get Ills name In the
newspapers I
His name hasnt been In print In al
most two weeks and he needs a little
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press work he said
The scratching of Aimee C from the
opening scramble left Iiti D a favorite I
She won all the way Butler getting
her away on her toes anti kept her
sailing along In front Belle Strome
erased Ida D all the way but faltered
right at the end nnd was beaten out for
the place by Boema Adriana closed I
strong but couUlnt set up for the third
money Mice Cusslo and Dinty Darn
were practicallY left at the post
Old Pet Handlea Flag
Starter Cassidy was rtehired on his
ray to the track nail Mr reitln lll
ptartej the first race This accounted
for the bad breik Cassidy was on tilt
job for Ills second
I Trance came hack to the races with
all her peed but appeared a trill
short being under a drive through the
Irs sixteenth to stall oft Iloyal Cap
tive and won by a head
Trance broke In her usual fashion
and rlglu away she opintM up a I gap
There was daylIght be veon her and
Iloyal Captive In the run to the stretch
I As they swung Into the stretch XcAter
sent Iloyal Captive up to her flank All
I through the stretch it was a battle of
I Jockeys as much ai fillies Trance
lion ever hue1 The test were enxcr n
I It Tow Hnynnnl the third horse was
six lengths h3k of Iloyil Cljiilve
Seven Scratched in Third i
I pva Ittre scr tied from the third
i rnre and of tho renvthilitg seven
Woidernft stood out en strongly Mat
I 1 to IO lias considered a good price on
him Woodcraft won under the whip
j easily It lookul as If ho could have
won away off under better handling
Sunllre nude the enrly pace but tired
nn they neared the stretch turn nnd
Woodcraft had no trouble in gutting
to the front At this point AMer ilOr
who was off badly began to work up
He had closed n lot of ground and as
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HIGHLANDERS AND
BROWNS BREAK i
EVENINGAMES
Browns Take First Clash but
Are Beaten in Second by
Good Batting
SECOND GAMEST
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ST LOUIS I
R H PO A E
Stone If 0 1 2 0 0
Hartsell rf 0 2 2 0 0
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Hcldrlck cf 1 1 2 0 0
Furls 3b 1 2 0 2 2
Wallace ss 1 2 2 5 0
Wllllttms 2b 0 0 1 1 0
Stephens c 0 0 I l 0 0
Jones Ib 1 1 12 0 0
Powell p 0 2 0 2 0
Crlss 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 4 11 24 10 2
I I3atttd for Stephens In ninth
HIGHLANDERS
IL H PO A E
Conway 3b 0 0 2 1 0
Mcllveen rf 2 2 0 0 0
Chase Ib 2 1 S 0 0
Hemphlll cf 2 1 G 0 0
Laporte 2b 0 1 3 3 1
iDelohanty If d 0 1 1 0 0
Dallas 0 0 3 4 0
Kleinow c 0 0 4 4 0
Chesbro p 0 0 0 1 OJ
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Totals 6 8 27 13 1
Lett on Bases St Louis 2 High
landers 3
Struck OntBr Powell 2 by Chess
trn 3
Thrfoflise Hits Heldrlck Ferris
Wallce Htmphltl
Stolen Bipe Joms
VmplriConnelly
Siwlal to The Evenlnr ViVrldl
AMKlUAN LRAGtE PARK Aug
Z4lhp Highlanders and Bronns broke
oven here In their doubleheader this
afternoon the Browns taking the first
game hy a score of 1 to 2 while the
second went to the home team hy a
score of r to I the IllKhlanilers falling
on Jack Pnnoll In the eighth for fire
singles In a row netting them three
runs anti clnohliK the same
A big crowd was on hand for the two
pam11 hut at tmec they were more
enthusiastic over the niani Plrat >
struggle at rittsburg than over the
pames they were watching
The only clwnges In the Icims for the
second same were the batteries Powell
and Stephens going In for the Brown
while Chpearo anil Klelnow were In
the points for the Highlander Seven
I thonsind motors were present fthun
thu bell ratiB stnrtlng lhe tusile
First Inning
Ktoivi drove a bounder to Rail and
I peilxhiil ut trot llartsoli sent a jumper
to the itt iiehii ivilih Lipirte and Chase
I took fare If Heldrlck then smabh
the hill to cheep right centre for three
bases Heldrlck crosnki the plate on
crrlss pretty tine hit to cpntre for a
base Kerris tried to steal second but
was nittil on Kklnows throw to Hall
oa IIPN
Oonroy hash ci a slow Uumdr to Wai
In who threw him out at rtrst M
Ihcen 110 < iMllcil out on strikes fhas
hit to PiTrl and sot to second on
Hohii wild throw to Jones KcrrH
maile nvih1 wild heal to Jones If
I r > mldll a giomiiler allowing Clot tie to
store anI HcmplIII to reh cyonl
Tinone ire retired by Wallace and
Inncs OXK UIN
Second Inning
Wallace was a victim on strikes
WIIInmJ also failed to find Chesbros
tiender after three ottenipte and went
fn Itt bench Stephens Imunced one to
ll 1I and was tip third victim
Pelnliiiil > long lly tn deep left wan
collaitd by Stone Hall lifted one tip
I iit the all and HarMe1 wni under tio
hil triton H came down Klelnnw
pHI PI a tot liner to llllanu who
o < scd him nut In a hurry NO KtNS
I Third Inning
I tones wns oiy MM Inlleld fly beni
iiken by I lilt Clirso cot under ion
Ms fly In tilE Intleld Stone sent a
ighi bmmilr mcr Chrsol > ro Innd nut
nilly bent Uaporles thron Ilarisrl
nan put nut of the wiy by Hill nnl
hast NO lltNS
Willace nude a jensitloml sto = of
Che hros 54Otrillttg sroumler and thre i
tiny big ploher out in llrst Conroyji
Ill to cenlro was Krabbcd by Heldrlck
Mcllvcrn cent tin a skyscraper to the
Inaclil which Williams got NO HUNH
Fourth Inning
Heldrlck hit In front of tha oUti and
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SCORE BY INNINGS
FIRST eAME
Giants 0000000404
Pitts burg 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1
i SECOND GAME
Giants 1 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 5
Pittsburg 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1
Brooklyn 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2
I Chicago 0 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 4
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FIRST GAME
St louis 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 4 I I
iHighlanders 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2
SECOND GAME
St louis 1 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 4
HiRhlanders 1 0 0 1 O 1 0 3 6
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NATIONAL LEAGUE
At Cincinnati
InilHelphla n n 0 I ci n
Ilirinnatl n o D I 0 0
H < tteil i Miijuilllen and Doon
Cimphcll and Molean
At St Louis i
Hoton n 0 n
St Louis 0 Z 0 I
EASTERN LEAGUE
I At Buffalo
IlHST OAMI
I BAltimorE hi 0 t1 0 0 1 n 0 01
llluffnlo 0 0 0 0 l 1 ft 1 i
I HattMlenDcJtati anti Hen me Mllll
gao and Archer Umpires Walker anti
Stafford
At Buffalo
SECOVtl JAMB
Iailtlmorc i 1 2 o 0 0 l
I Buffalo 001 0 1 0 l 0
I niUtfrlMiMcCiojknr nml tlyer
Kiinpn Rtul Archer LmplresWalker
I ami Stafford
I At Toronto
ovlilfnei fl t 0 I 0 ft I 3 n
rinto n 0 0 0 0 0 1 1
I llatlerle Jlue mil Petojoii Illkey
ul UMWII lmplre Hluok and Toft
At Roche3ter
Newark 1 0 1 0 t I 5
lohester 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
llnttcrles Ilimhe and StanaRe hug
i dtby anti huller Umpire Mr I ell
I At Montreal
terpy City 0 0 0 0 rt 0 0 rt 00
Montreal 0 0 0 0 t 0 0 1 5
Bulteflci Muson antI Woods Meyer
and Ball UmpireMr Murr y
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HAZING CADETS GET j
NOTICE OF PUNISHMENT
WASHWSTOV An 2l AdJGen
Alnsworth of the inn today for
wtrded letter to cndels William T
Rossell Jr and Harry T Weaver the
jiiispended tlrM class m vi of the Military
Academy at Ve < t Point informing lliein
nf their lbstttiestii from Hit ncuileniy In
piirsnancp of orders from tho Ileiij
nnd Secretary of Wnr AdjJen Aln > I
worlh nlso sent lotlts In the six Hrst I
rliss men upideil from ito acadniy I
for hazing Informing them tliu the >
hid been suspended iritll June 13 MoJ
whi they nil h < > ordered to return to
the academy unlos they shall nu > r ii
I lire re lgn fHilet I1iistii lj one or the
honor men of tm llrst clans and It is ini
iers toni will einlpivnr llrough CoiKresm
tn obtain penul bit In return tn thu
acadctny In a lower plans
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AMERICAN E
At Boston
I iiitigo 0 0 I 0 0 0 n ii ti
v ton it 11 1 II 1 n o i i i 4
Bltterle Wi I anl Si llltitn 1 Wnoi
mil IrlBPf rmpire hurst ami
OIouhlii
At Washington
Detroit fl o o n 0 i n o 01
Wnrlilnstnu rt fl 0 h non n nu
113 tt Once I it nova it anil Konpldi
Johnson niil Street f ttino1gaii
At Philadelphia
I Cleveland 0 n 2 0 2 3
Philadelphia n 0 0 30 0
I H tories I lebita rut anil llenls
ICooaibs aid Iowcrs LmplrcsEvana
and Sh rlcUn
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Wiltse and Mathewson Pitch Wonder 1
ful Games While Players All Dis
tinguish Themselves by Splen I I
did Work in the Field
LARRY DOYLE BATS HARD
IN THE SECOND CONTEST 1
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Donlin Bresnahan and Seymour I
Make Home Run II
Triple and
Double in Succession in
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HOW THEY STAND
W L PC
GIANTS 67 42 615
PITTSBURG 66 14 vOO i
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BY BOZISMAtf flULGER
r EXPOSITION PARK PITTSBURG Aug 4Glool11 in huge
I chunks hangs over Pitlsburg tonight while at the Annex Hotel the New
York Giants and a faithful fan bunch of loyal rooters are getting on
red fire and otherwise painting Pittsburg a lurid color Not that the
players are taking any part in the proceedings They were too tired
after their great double victory to take part in any celebration except
tn receive the congratulations of the fans Then they went to bed for
heir is another game coming off with the Pirates tomorrow and they
want that game alsoA
Todays first ijiyiie went to the Giants
lino to the great pitching of Wilt o and I
a grand luttliu rally started hy lilni
III tho eighth InnliiR when tout runs I
vfrp sccred the llnnl ciorc heinz I tn I
In IMo second fit mi > Mmlipwnn was In
vincible nml hold Iltlnnrs to live lillt
nnd i slngln run while tit Hants
foMul lplllcld nn ii iteior for five run
knocking lcllklil mil of the Imx III ItO
iifii Innin anti gettIng two more runs
tic Ippvpr In Hie scvcntli
Doyles hutting ho KPltliiR four hits
nml n great heaping cjitch of i i line
drive liy BrhlnTll IIerp nnly two of the
innny features that jammed Ito New
York rooters full of enthusiasm
One of hue InrROSt crowds that over
flu t ruled n Mil Rfime In Iii telutirg
turned out for the tile
llv tholr hrllllnnt victory over Pitts
huix III tho openlnc Knnu1 of the
rlciihln tis tIc t lie tilnms forced ho
I lip front In the race for tie National
UIKUO pennnnt It was neees nry for
t to win the second tn hold It and
that In pxacilv what tlioy vcru iletcr
Illllltfll to ill
Mntliowon liefiin In wum up for the
Kiioiid contest Immediate anil he m
in the host of form Now rks it
toiT In i ie oponer ant ix deckled Riuom I
lover the crowd unit hoy were as alien
is the sphinx is tliey stolidly watched I
l e piTpritions for Hio fcond light
The 01 nits noil nn sood clean hUtintf
them deoitKMly more run
rnd tint pave
lid flee than It they hail won on luck
After tryIng to solve Williss dellvory
fqr seven Inning they finally sot tho
comhlmitlMi In the ilRhti and the fluid I
wa pppperel ttllli safe drives A I
simile a iwooasxor tint a threebag
jeer and then Donllns homo ran
s n nil turned he trick The Giant I I
hat a iMUlar Juullitlon as the last 1
I hits titi r5 bailor was thrown out and
scvm red around UUe n lot of over I
ijoyrl school boys
I First Inning
renter Mftiil n hlirh I1r to Clarke
Dovla snuisheil a clan single to centre
ami us riiimmx let ill Ml set away
from him Hury wiit to third tires on
1 hnn valtPi1 for n nisi mi balls Don I
I Iln then Mill ilnwn a 50 rltlcp bunt III i
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< Htorko unishiwl Mooring Doyle and
e riiillna llresnalian to ccoiiil Wiujncr
I tlir < v out tn O ymour ONK ULN
i nivle erlly I it raw Ottt Thomas and I
Lorn Mnptvl a hlch Ill to Devlin
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Clark retIred tho fMt on n Kroiiinlcr
I i Doylo Li Tonney NO HI Nh
I Second Inning
I I n It I sugut i tllnl but i
rii t ui at seconl on Harrys
nut UlitfTolli srouniler anil touched
inn out on the lino Mithw on pip i
p1 ii i > > i NO rrvs
I I loyc fliiiMtil Winner tot sroimilT I
land the Ms fellow vis ife Abbv sat j
j rincol MOlt to Tenn r iil anfr
i took second Wnsner tvik ililril on
lo los throw out of JtorKe INon
lilorlously struck out NO IILNS i
Third Inning I
Tonncy was out on a slow grounder
Abby to Slorke Dole cut IOOM with
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SECOND GAME
GIANTS N
R H PO A K i
Tenney Ib 1 1 10 0 0 I
Dojlo 2b 2 4 0 6 1 j
Hicsiiahaii c 0 0 7 0 0
Donlin rf 0 1 2 0 0
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i
Seymour rf 0 0 2 0 0
I Devlin alt 0 I 2 3 0 I
Harry If u 0 0 1 0 0 I
Hrltlwell ss I I 3 I 0
Mallicwson p it It 0 1 0 J
7
Totals 5 9 27 11 1
I PITTSBURGH I
R II PO A E
Thomas cf 0 0 1 1 1
I Leach Sh 0 0 3 4 0
Clarke If 0 1 30 0
Wagner ss O1 1 1 4 0
I
Abby 2b 0 1 4 5 I
Storke Ib 1 1 11 1 0 I
Wilson rL 0 1 1 0 0
Ihclps c 0 0 3 0 0
Lelflcltl p 0 0 0 1 p i
Camnltz p 11 0 0 1 0
Ii
Mneller 0 00 0 0
I cover p 0 0 0 0 0
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Ii
Totals 1 5 27 17 1
° Flatted for Camnltz In seventh
inn I DR
Rise impOff Uaflclcl S In 6 13
Innings
IhHt lnse on BallsOff IfltlPlrt 1
First Hasp on Krrors IMtlslnirK 1
1ft on es0lant IMttshura I
Stnrk Outlly Matherson 1 Ltl
lipid I
Tlnecbnsc HitsDoyle Storke
Twobase Hits Doyle Wilson Wis J
ne
Stolen BasesDoyle
Implies ODny and Uegler
j
mother lone dilvo for three base
Wanner grabbed JlrQsna hans houndo
and throv Iiyle out at the plate Don
Im foulest out to Phelps NO IHNP
I iclis great throw made short work
of helps deltield struck out Jnd j
Thomas was thrown out by Devlin NO
HlXH
Fourth Inning 1
SoMiiour struck out Devlin sent s
Jon thy 10 Ullron Al > b tnrew out
Hirrv after making a neat stop NO
ilNS
Iijchs gruundpr was too hot for
DOVII and he was afe At tlrst Clirlin
is as iill on ii high foul to Dovlln Wag
ncr il ore a Ions llv t Donlin Brit
Iiil throw on At > V NO BUNS
Fifth lining
AM > y t urea out llrldneil after making
a great atop jiek of second Hatty
smashed a slnxlo Into centre but wal J
forced at second on Tenneys grounder I
Abby to Wagner Doyle beat out a t
1aueonzeond1ae J

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