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Only Two Are Injured in Jump to
Adjoining Roof from TwelyeStory
Factc y Structure Wher
B aze Maroons Fifty
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If That four hundred young women managed to escape from the
burning twelvestory building at No 652 Broadway at 1230 oclock
ibis afternoon while in a state of hysterical panic with no other
casualties than one girl dangerously hurt by jumping from the roof to
unother roof five siories below one girl suffering from a sprained ankle
from a similar leap and seven others who jumped unhurt was due to
the heroism and prompt action of a score of policemen and firemen and
three elevator boys
The seriously injured girl is Rosy Kessler twentyone years old of
No 146 Lenox venue She was one of fifty girls marooned on the
roof of the building while the firemen and policemen went through it
and performed their swift and skillful feats of rescue She was taken
I to St Vincents Hospital suffering from infernal injuries and a broken
I lhl firs was In the feather sales
room of Alfred A tflmer on the fifth
floor lit and all his tart of em
ployees were at lunch at tho time and
all th doors of his loft closed
Elevator Boy Real Hero
WHlltm Fobbo the boy who runs
Jkh elevator on the Broadway side of
the big structure discovered the fir
nd te deserves the credit primarily of I
laving scores of lives He was eating
toll luncheon on the ground floor when I
he smelled smoke He rar his car up
tj the fifth floor where he saw smoke
curling out over the transoms and the
fleam of flames behind the ground
glass doors
Fabbo dropped his car precipitately
and broke the glass panel of a private
alarm box at the same time shouting
to the two boys on the Shinbone alley
elde of the building to start their curs
up ana got the girls down The two
other boys who 4n through lire and
nnoke unflinchingly for twenty min
> utes are Max Zucicorman of No W
Christopher street and Tony Scraflno
lot No 130 West Trlrtyseventh street
As they passed the floors below the
none of tho lire they shouted the
alarm Instantly there waj a scream
I ing flight for stairways and tlu lire
scapes on Shinbone alley The three
cars made no stops until they readied
tht tenth floor where there was a mad
crumble In the hallway The smoke
by this time waj pouring up In opaque
i GIrl Faint Running Gauntlet
Swiftly as possible tho three boys
jfllled their cars and dropped with their
leads and It was lucky for those above
that a dOzen policemen from the Mercer
Btreet station were Just coining tn for
they had their hands full carrying out
fifteen or twenty girls who fainted In
the elevators
The policemen arrived In small squads
Until all the reserves nero there com
thanJed by Inspector Russell and Capt
DomInick Henry Then came Battalion
Chief Naughton with ten engines two
trucks and other apparatus
I Many Girls Carried Out
Naughtun found the building in a
condition r wild demoralization posted
lame of his men In the elevator ana
companies of others up the stair
ways and lire escapes to give aid lIe
ordered them not to stir a hand
toward putting out the flu till every
one was safely out
Ho knew that If the doors of the
2 burning loft were opened superheated
smoke would rise to the upper floors
and make It Impossible to get all the
girls out without great loss ot life
Policemen and flromen swarmed In
every hallway anti on the ttalrways
picking up senseless and hysterical
girls who had been In thotod scram
ble to reach the elevators At least
twenty unconscious young women wer
carried down to Ihu aired and us ninny
more were dragged out of tIll eleva
f tors
I Meanwhile on the top floor a loft or
t pled By Oliver Co manufacturer
of loves a young woman named Jan
jon was BCtlns with admirable cool
I ass 8he had fifty girls In her cur
and At I the first alarm of tIt she drove I
UAII4 on Stcssd Pan
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N JThc one day race meeting here
today brought out a big crowd The
races provoJ Interesting even without
FIRST RACEFlve and a half fur
longsHelle Slrome liT McCahey 1
Coincident los Holmes 2 Robin Hood
m Scullen 3 TlmclCfl 25 Trill also
SECOND RACESte plPcrnp j about
two and onehalf miles Maid of All
Wurk 167 Commins Won Modest 167
L York 2 Kersey 17 Anderson 3
TlmeWo Acljutor also ran Sprinter
foil lIIhlir Iachne refused
THIRD RACKTho Long Branch
purse one mile and seventy yards
Iad of Langdon 113 Hrussel first
Grace Cameron 112 W Burns second
Llinthony Hoy 110 Howan third
Time 11625
FOlHTH RACE The Elkwood
purse five furlongs Etherlal 110
Scullen first Eschuu 113 McCahey
second My Marlutch 103 Lang third
Tlmi UO 3V Day Queen Occidental
Ardenla High Hat and Enchantress
also ran
FIFTH RACHOne mile and a six
trcnthKlllochan 114 l McCahty first
Fancy Illrd 101 Walker second lle h
Chnnco 107 McFadden third Time
SIXTH RACEFlve and a half fur
lon 8Punch livi IC L Miller first
NImporte 10S Holmes second Amon
tlllallo 102 McCahey third Time
1M 33 Lady Swift Octolc Lady Bute
Alexander also ran
FIRST RACEFlve furlongs 0100 for
maiden twoyearol fillies felllng
Taslcy 03 I Hlce 12 to 1 5 to 1 2 to 1
won by a length Gunshot 35 Englan
der 2 to 1 oven 1 to 2 second Hal
lot Girl 91 < Hlnclffo 20 toTs to 1
4 to 1 third TInio101 Flat Crck
Spring Song London Kilnposal irs
Mai Ion Moire Splenrildn Southern
Brlilf nv Dlnutonne also ram
SECOND RACE Seven furlongs
nurse 100 for mares and geldings
four years old and up sellingHeine
100 Kennedy 8 to 5 i to 3 and out
won hy three lengths Niblick 101 Enir
lander 0 to 1 S to 5 and out second
Marlposa 104 IJ W Murphy M to 1
10 to 1 anti 2 to 1 third rIme 1M 25
equals record Minnie Adams and
Martins also ran
THIRD HACEIurse 500 added for
threeyearolds one mile and a fur
longBouquet 103 QuarrlnBtcn 7 to
5 and out won by a length and a half
Czar 111 V Powers 6 to 5 and out
second Dennis Stafford 111 T Rice
7 to 10 and out third Time 152 15
Only three starter
FOURTH RACE40 added handl1
can for fourvearolds and upwards
six furlonzs Park Row 115 J How
ard 10 to 1 4 to 1 and 1 to 2 won bv a
nose Berwick 133 V Powers 3 to 1
B to 5 and 3 to 5 second Purslane 112
G Hums 3 to 1 7 to S and I to 2
third Time 11313 Chief Hayes
CoIre and Oxford nlso ran
FIFTH HCf Purse W added
steeplechase short course alwut two
mllesDelcanla hO Allen S to 5 3
to j and IIT won by four lengths Nit
lllsinlip l7 IT ltv 12 to 1 2 to ami
nnn Ptin Mctm tr Hum is lo
1 G to 1 and 2 to I 3 Time lftl Lzzlo
a aIYI iitn
Sixth 111111100 milled for twoyisir
nliNi live nml a halt firlongaSir
Alvwcnl IPO Hums J ti > 1 2 lo 1
nml ven won by a length Kiln In fk
Ill 1 Moriland I i tn 2 even anti 1 tn I
2 seionil Serenade 109 V Powers
I Ii 1 1 to I and even third Tlmi
10735 Hawks Flight Trapj Maxim
Oun Mnlrllenc Ionf John Dr Mayer I
Anti Great Jubilee alto ran Great >
JlIlIUn fill
oJw t ro
Dodgers Fight Hard hut Are
Beaten by a Score of
3 to 2
Deserves Victory but Battle Is
Tossed Away by Errors
Behind Him
i Taiienders Clash It at Hilltop
Park Before a Small
Holds Elberfelds Men Safe at
All Stages While Ches
bro Is Easy
Boston 020 1 00000 3
Brooklyn 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 2
Washington 001 1 1 0 0 0 0 3
Highlanders 0000000000
R H 10 A E
Becker rl 0 0 0 0 0
Browne rC 0 0 0 0 0
Dates If 0 1 2 0 0
Beaumollt ct 0 0 0 0 0
II lcOann 1b 0 0 14 0 0
Dahlen ss 1 0 0 6 0
Sseeney 3b 2 2 2 3 0
Graham c 0 2 5 1 0
Hannifin 2b 0 1 4 3 0
I Tuckpy P 0 0 0 2 0
I Totals 3 6 27 15 0
1 R H PO A E
Burch rC 0 0 2 0 0
McMlllan CC 0 2 0 0 0
Hummel If 0 0 1 0 0
Jordan Ib 0 2 13 0 0
Alperman 2b 0 0 1 2 1
Lewis ss 1 1 2 5 0
Shehean 3b 1 2 0 1 0
Bergen c 0 1 8 1 0
Mcintyre p 0 1 0 4 0
Totals 2 9 27 13 1
Two Base Hit Sweeney
Three Unite Hit Sheehan
I Sacrifice Hits Beaumont Alperman
Stolen Bn Sheehan
Double Plays Dahlen Hannlfan and
MrOann Sweeney unaiaisted Han
nlfnn and Mcftami
I Left on liases Boston 5 Brooklyn 6
Klrt Base on Errors Boston 1
1lml hour 30 minutes
Umpire Johtictone
Sent 4Atter t disastrous trip to the
West where they won five games 1
out of the twenty which they played
Manager Donovan and his Trolley
Dodgers returned home today and be
I gan a series of file games with Joe
Kelleys Red Legs from Boston The
Dodders all claimed they had the hard
i est kind of luck and should have won
I at least four more games Only a slim
frond of fans were on hand when the
I gam started among them being over
1000 boys of Aunt Jeans Brooklyn
Junior Athletic League of Brooklyn
mho were Accompanied by the band
of their Institution Thin little musi
cians kept the rooters In food irlts
hy playing popular airs 7 games
will be played tomorrow Je first at
two oclock
First Inning
Decker was an easy victim on strikes I
Bates also made three unsuccessful
swings at Mclntyres puzzling benders
Beaumont soaked a hot grounder to
Alperman and died at first NO RUNS
Burch fanned out weakly McMil
lan was retired on his grounder by
Dahlen and McOann Hummel bounced
one to McQnnn who disposed of him
alone NO RUNS
Second Inning
MeGann hoisted a foul fly which
Bergen got under Dahlen got to first
on Aloeriiians fumble cif his slow
roller lluhnlfan bunted jiafely rend
ing Dahl 1I to second Cniluitn singled I
Illiltii die bases Swrcnev singled to
centre scoring Dahlrn nml llinlnn I
Tuckiy fanned out Browne lulled for I
Ilfcker nnil lifted a Hy In fortt of I
i which llergen collared TWO 1
t Urowne replaced Decker In right for
Jordan singled up the first bis Inc
but wai doubted uo with Alperman
< C < mUnu 4 ea S cond 1611
t > t lI Wi
Pickering cf 1 1 1 0 0
Ganley If 0 1 3 0 0
Unglaub 3b 0 0 1 6 0
Deelhanty 2b 1 1 2 2 2
Clymer rf 0 0 0 0 0
Freeman lb 0 0 15 0 0
McBride ss 1 1 0 6 0
Street c 0 0 5 1 01 I
Johnson p 0 1 0 1 0
Totals 3 5 27 16 0
Conroy 3b 0 2 0 2 0
Mcllveen rf 0 1 1 0 0
Laporte 2b 0 0 1 0 0
Hemphill cf 0 1 5 0 0
1 Morlarlty lb 0 0 8 0 0
ORourke If 0 1 5 0 0
Ball ss 0 0 3 2 1
Klelnow c 0 1 4 1 0
Chesbro p 0 0 0 1 0
Doyle p 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 0 6 27 6 1
Base HltsOff Chesbro B in 5 Innings
First Base on Balls Off Chesbro 3
Doyle 1 Johnson 1
First Base on Errors Washington 1
Left on Bases New York 5 Washing
ton 6
Struck Out By Chesbro 1 Johnson 3
Doyle 1
TwoBase Hits Ganley
Sacrifice Hits Clymer Ganley Con
roy Doyle
Time of GameI hour 33 minutes
Umpire Evans
Sixclil laThe lvfnir World
York Sopt 4The Senators and High
landers hooked up In the first game of
the series this afternoon before a small
crowd of 700 fans who came out to see
the cellar champions perform John
son and Street were In the points for
Washington while Happy Jack
Chesbro and Klelnow did the trick for
New York The Highlanders as usual
were downed by a score of 3 to 0 Doyle
pitched a masterly game after he re
lieved Che bro In the sixth not allow
ing the Senators a hit while he was
performing on the rubber The Wash
ington outfit started to find Oheibro In i
the third McBrIde walking Johnson
singled to left and Pickering also got
a piss filling the bases with one out
McBride scoring on Ganleys new fan
gled sacrifice to ORourke
Again In the fourth Delehanty started
with a hit Clymer acrlflced and after
Freeman was retired McBrilo singled
to centre Del racing over the rubber
In the fttth they got their last count
Pickerings smsle and Ganlayi
New York made a blf In sixth
Klelnow walking and after Doyle
struck out Conroy sacrificed Mollveen
followed with n single to left on which
Klelnow could only get to third but
Ijiporte was easy Johnson to Free
man In the eighth the I Highlander
got two men on bases but the neces
sary blngle was missing
Salt Lake City Gets G A R I
TO nO 0 Sept ISalt lake City i
Utah receives the fortythird national
encampment hand Armv of the He
public by a large majority
la tuU bottlu tad Eit s A
Brown Weakens in Tenth Inning
and Allows Pittsburg Men
Three Hits After a Great
Pitching Duel
Chicago 00000000000
Pittsburg 0000000001 1
Special to The Evening World
turned from a very successful trip to Cincinnati where they took the
Reds into camp for five straight games while the Cubs after winning
four out of five from St Louis arrived early so that both teams have
had a good rest after a nights ride
Manager Clarke sent Willis to do
the slab work while opposing him
was Miner Brown a pitcher
has had It on the locals for years
First Inning
Slagle with two strikes filed to Wil
I son Shrckard hit a sharp one to
I Willis and was thrown out at first
base Chance walked Chance stole
I second bate Evers also walked Willis
threw out Stelnfeldt at first base NO
Spike Shannon was presented with
a huge bouquet of flowers when he
stepped at bat but hit a grounder to
lEvers and was out at first base Clarko
hit a high fly to Schulte Leach lined
Into Sheckanli hands NO RUNS
1 Second Inning
Schulte bounded a single over Williss
head Schulte out Gibson to Wagner
trying to steal Tinker safe on Leach
sin I
wild heave ICIng fanned Brown
crIed to right field Slagle cave Shannon
a chance to make a great running
catch NO RUNS
Wagner filed out to Schulte Gill sent
a beauty to right field for a safe one
Abby forced Gill Ever to Tinker
Abby out IKIni IE Kvers trying to i
steal second NO RUNS
Third Inning
Sheckard walked Chance filed out I
to Gill tiring to sacrifice Evers again
walked Steinfeldt forced Evers Abby
to Wagner Stelnfeldt stole ecol d
base SohuJte fanned NO RUNS
Wilson was out on a pretty play
Chanoe to Drown GIbson loulllled t0
King Willis fanned NO RUNS I
Fourth Inning
Tinker walked Kllng sacrificed Gill
unassisted Tinker out trying to steal I
third Gibson to Leach Brown out
Willis to GUI NO RUNS
Shannon singled to left field Clarke
out trying to bunt Kling getting the I
out Leach fanned Shannon stole sec
ond and took third on Rungs wild
throw to centre field Wagner filed out
to Sohulte NO RUNS
Fifth Inning
Slagle out Abby to Gill one close
play Sheckard fanned Chance filed
to Abby NO RUNS I
GUI was thrown out at first base by I
Tinker Abby singled over short On
a wonderful catch by Tinker of WII
sons liner over the head Joe had no
trouble In doubling Abby at first base
Sixth Inning
Gill unassisted retired Evers on the
latters grounder Stelnfeldt was robbed
of a hit by Clarkes great running
catch Schulte hit to Gill and the PI
rate won the race to the bag NO
Kllng had a chance to retire Gibson
on the latters high foul Kilns allow
ing the ball to roll out of his mitt Gib
son then fanned Tinker threw Willis
out at first base Shannon filed out to
Tinker NO HUNS
Seventh Inning
Gibson was under Tinkers high foul
Kilns hit to Leach and was out at
first base Brown filed out to Wagner
Clarke out Evers to Chance Lroch
foulnied to StelnfMdt Wagner singled
but was out Tinker to Even trying to
make second bas NO RUNS
Eighth Inning
Slagle hit to short and was given a
single Sheckard sacrificed Willis to
Gill Chance tiled out to GUI Even
filed to Leach NO RUNS
Gill out Evers to Chance Abby out
Stelnfeldt to Chance Wilson filed out
to Slagle NO HUNS
Ninth Inning
Stelnfeldt out Wagner to Gill
Schulte tiled out to Clarke who made
a great running catch Tinker doubled
Ui sight field ivllng was not allowed
in hit and walked Brown fanned NO
Sorke bUted for IJIIwon Slorke was
nut on it fly to Tinker WIIIH tiled out
Sohulte Shannon out i
to Cnance td
Ilrown NO ItlNS
Tenth Inning
Ihelp catching for IllMliuig Slagle
1111 to Clarke Shcckiml filed out to
Al Chanca Illed out to Wilson NO
HUNS ii4
CUrke slnsled past thlnl base I nch
I4crt0c d Brown ta dune W 4n r
Slagle cf 0 1 1 0 0
Shedcard If 0 0 1 0 0
Chance lb 0 0 8 2 0
Evers 2b o 0 i 4 0
Stelnfeldt 3b 0 0 1 1 0
Schulte rf 0 1 4 0 0
Tinker ss 0 1 4 4 0
Kllng c 0 0 5 1 2
Brown p 0 1 2 1 0
Totals 0 A m 13 2
Shannon cf 0 1 1 0 0
Clarke If 1 1 3 0 0
I Leach 3b 0 0 2 1 0
Wagner sS 0 2 3 1 0
Gill lb 0 1 12 0 0
Abby 2b 0 1 2 2 0
Wilson rf 0 1 2 0 0
Gibson c 0 0 5 2 0 I
Willis p 0 0 0 4 0
Storke 0 00 0 01
Phelps c 0 0 0 0
Totals 1 7 30 10 it
Batted for Gibson In ninth Inning
tOne out when winning run was
First Base on BaJlsort Willis 6
Left on Ba es Chicago 7 Pitts
burg 6
Struck Outby Willis 4 by Brown J
TwoBase HitTinker
Stolen BasesChance Btelnfeltlt
DouWe PlaYTInker and Chance
Hit by PitcherGill
Implre ODay
singled past Even and went to second
on Evens throw to top Clarke from
scoring Clarke lost an opportunity to
score by nnnAlnlng on third base as
he could have made the plate easily
GJ1 was hit bv a pitched baJl filling
the bases Abbv struck out Wilson
sliiglcd scoring Clarke ONE RUN
At Boston
Philadelphia 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 01
Boston 0 2 0 1 2 0 2 0 x7
BatteriesDyuert and Blue Young
and Criger Umpire Connolly
Philadelphia 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1
Boston 3 I 0 1 3 0 1 0 10
BatterlesVlckers and Schreck Arrel
lanes and Donohue Umpire Connolly
At Chicago
Cleveland 2 0
Chicago 0 0
B tterl Chech and Bemis White
and Sullivan Umpires < < an and
At Montreal
Buffalo 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0
Moilrtil 00200000
IJAtterleiVowlnkle and McAllister
Jons and Ball Umpire ONell and
At Toronto
Rochester 0 0 0 0 tOo 2 I
Toronto OOi000 030
Hatlerlei Hugfr imJ Hurley Hlckey
and Vnndfrgrlff Umpire Stafford
At Providence
Baltimore 111100011
Providence 010000122
BatterUs Dessnu and Dyers Barry
l and ltt non Umplr Kelly
Wiltse Pitches Great Ball Holding
Phillies to Four Scattered Hits
Doyle Again Proves a Star at
the Bat With Four Safe Ones
Giants 2 2 0 0 1 2 1 0 0 8
Philadelphia 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
Special to The Kvenlnx World
PHILADELPHIA Sept 4The Giants were on their toes and full
of ginger when they locked horns with the Phillies this afternoon and to
repeat the doings at Boston was the job laid out before them The four
straight wins at Boston have put new life into the New York club and the
players have much more confidence than when they left Chicago last
Sunday night
The mot active man In the lot In
practice IIIS Arthur Ucvlln McGraw
lafu Arthur is as filitky aa a XUUTJ
athlete just out of college Ills hitting
returned at Boston and he IcJ the club
Iri tho series with nine hits
First Inning
l Tenney leaned back and smashed the
first ball pitched against rlgyllelil
fence for two bases mil took tlflrd as
Doyle beat out a beautiful bunt wlilcu
did not get ten feet from tho plate
Grant grabbed Bresnahana grounder
and tossed It to Knabe In time ft > furcu
out Doyle Donlln was right on the Job
with a hot singh over second which
scored Tenney jnd sent Hreamihan tll
second Donlin was caught napping oil
first by a quick throw from bouln to
Bransllold Seymour then smacked a
long single Into left scoring Brcsnuhan
and took second on the throw to the
plate Devlin wound It up with n hugo
foul to Grant TWO HUNS
Donlln nule a spectacular catch of
Grants low line drive to left nnd
Knabe died on a pop foul to Tcnnuy
Tfnnev got Tltuss grounder and tossud
the ball to Wlllse who covered the
baif NO HINS
Second Inning
McCormick was right In line with tho
big tour and cracked the first ball
pitched Into right for a single livlng
failed on two attempts at a hunt Rrld
well cut looso with a swing and smashed
a threebagger Into center scorIng Mc
Cormick In a canter Manager Murray
adjudged that Sparks had had a suf
ficiency and sent Jlarcn to pitch Maren
threw out Wiltse After a long run
Titus dropped Tenneys long drive to
right and indwell scored while Ten
Hey went to second Doyle shot a single
past Doolan and Tenney took third
Bresnahan popped out in Knab and
while he was watching Tenney Doyle
went to second Doolan tossed out Don
lln after making a neat stop TWO
Magee struck out llrnnnfield lifted
an easy foul to Tennoy Osbornc tiled
on a long fly to Seymour N 0 RUNS >
Third Inning
Seymour was thrown out hv Knnbe
and Devlin lifted a high fly to Magee
MoCormlck popped out to Grant NO
Doolan rapped a two baeeo lit i
right and scored when Donlln pulled
off a beautiful threeiase t III UH MI
the left foul line Moren struck out
Wilts then settled himself r > r n su
preme effort and struck out Grant and
Fourth Inning
Brldwell was out on a line fly to Os
borne and Grant threw out Wiltse after
making a pretty atop Tennnv lifted a
short fly to Grant NO HUNS
Titus was out on a hot grounder
Doyle to Tenney McCormick muffed
Maeees lone Hv and he tnnk second
Bransfleld struck out and Doyle easily
tossed out Osliorne NO RUNS
Fifth Inning
Doyle beat out a slow hit to tho In
field and took second on Bresnahans
sacrifice Moren to Bransficld Doolan
speared Donllns grounder out ntuo a
wild throw to third and Doyln scored
while Mike tool second Seymour
popped out to Doolan Donlln was
caught off second on a neat throw from
Dooln to Doolan ONE RUN
Doolin whipped a long triple Into cen
tre Devlin threw out Dooln Doyle
got Morens grounder and threw Doolln
out at the Plate Grant flied to Sey
mour NO RUNS
Sixth Inning
Devlin led oft with a single to centre
and went to third as McCormick crustiid
a tafa one over first McCormlck was
caught off first by another one of
Dooms great throws to Bransfleld
Brldwell struck out Wills drove a
single Into loft and Devlin score Ten
nov walked Doyle was there with an
other single which scored Wlltso and
sent Tennoy to third Larry taking
scored on the throw lo third Ilrcina
han walked flll < nK the bases imln
miihed n hot one to Grant which he
dropped but recovered In time tu toiicn
third and force out Doyle TWO
Donlln thr out Knabe Titus struk
out MBKefWod to Donlln N 0 HINS
Seventh Inning
Seymour sailed ta slnjle Into left Dev
lin strut out Seymour stole second
McCom lc smashed a single into Utt
Tenney lb l i 10 2 0
Doyle 2b 1 j 1 4 0
Ilreshahat c 1 0 G 1 0
Ncedliam c 0 0 0 0 0
Donlln If 0 1 2 4 0
I Siyniotir cf 0 C 3 0 0
Devlin lib 1 1 0 1 0
j McCormIck rf 2 3 1 0 1
Brldwell 8 1 2 2 2 0
Wlltsu p l l 1 0 0
Barry cC o O 1 0 0
folnls 8 15 27 11 1
It H po A E
rrant 3b 0 0 4 2 0
Knabe lib 0 0 2 2 0
TItus rf 0 0 0 1 1
I Magee If 0 0 1 0 0
Hransfleld lb 0 0 10 0 0
I Osborne cf 0 0 4 0 0
j Doolln S3 1 2 2 2 1
Doom c 0 2 4 3 0
Sparks p 0 0 0 0 0
I Moren p o 0 0 3 0
I Totals 1 4 27 13 2
Hnse HitsOff Sparks 6 In one Inning
1 Irst Base on UailsOff Moren 3
First Base on Errors Slant 1
LIt on ihasesPh i ltdei pub 4
I Giants 7
Sirwk Out Bv Wllffp 7 bv Moron 1
I ThreeHase Illtslirlilwell Dooln
I Dnolin
I TwoBase HltsTenney Dooln
I Stolen liases Doyle Seymour
UmpiresUlster and Rudderham
W L PC i
Giants 74 45 622 jI
Pittsburg h 75 47 615 I
Chicago 74 49 602
but Tituss great throw caught Sey
mour at tho plite McCormick taking
second on the throw Brldwell also sin
gled scoring McCormlik and nklng sec
ond on the throw to toe plne Doolln
tossed out Wlitse ONE RUN
Hranstleld popped a Ilv to Doyle Os
borne was out on a fly to Seymour
Doyle threw out Doolln N 0 RUNS
Eighth Inning
I Tcnnev struck out Doyle walked and
took second n Moran threw out Brcs
nahan Osborne made a great running
catch of Donllns long fly to centre
Doom banged a single Into centre
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