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DistrictAttorney Fears A Fat Pocket
i book May Defeat the Ends of
C Justice Another Writ
j j From Pittsburg
Harry K Thaw won a point In hl
flpht for rclcasu from the Mattcanun
Jlsylum for Jnsano Criminals tills after
noon at Whlta Plains when Ju the
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3Illl of the Supreme Court ileclclcil to
jive Stanforrt Whites slayer II lunacy
r trial before him but without a Jury
As toon as lie lionnl the Justices
words granting him at least a lighting
clinnoo ID escape from the mailhniiH
l Tlina smiled happily and winked at
lawyer Charles Morsoliauscr who rep
resents 111111 Ills lawyer sought to havp
a jury trial but Justice Mills ruUM
against that and declared that he would
Jtair the tpgtjmony hlnuelf and pi a
IUJn the prloners sanity without call
Ing any Jury This was granted as a
matter of Judicial discretion
Jndso Mils said lie desired the trial
to procee summarily and ndded that
lie woiill subordinate all other business I
M that tin 10 could be a speedy deter
mination of the CASH The first hearing
Rill he held at the While IlaUis court
i houso on Oct JZ at 10 oclock
I Jerome to Withdraw I
I DistrictAttorney terumo Ifst In Mr
effort ti have New York made the plato
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of trial
When he fnund tin naj beaten In this
mme Mr Jwomo told the Court that
a s the City omptiollnr would give him
no money with which to hire experts I
and would refuse to audit any bills
for a trial ontlde tho county lit would
liavi to retire from the case but Inci
dentally he would do all In his power
to aflst nirtrlctUtornoy Wltulow ot
athe5ter County In Hie prosecution
f the States case
lawyer Morscliaiiscr aske1 that only
Iwo exportx lie iillnl on i ach md > Mr
lnslow said he didnt know where he
was soliix to get money lo piy for any
experts nnd lirfore he did anything III
r that dlrectliiii he would have to consult
4 I with the Iloirl of Supervisors to see If
I they would grant an appropriation to
pay the bill nf alienists
I want tio trial to proceed mini
a niarlly said Justice Jldlj I think
a p all shuuhl l > anxious to dispose ot
tms matter It Is a ciso of great
Continued on Second rage
ROOSEVELT m IN HiT
I THE CARPET TRADE
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Presidents Son Selects His
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First Job and Goes to Work
in Connecticut Next Monday
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IlAH1TOHD Conn Sept KTheo
doro Hootcvelt Jr Is to have his first
Job with the Hartford Carpet Works at
Tnomponvlllf lie brgln work on
Monday next Recently he visited tho
plant and was shown over It by Uen
eril Manager higgins
H Is not rot Known what hh dulles
will Ve but It Is thnii ht he will enter
1 the operating department
NATIONAL LEAGUE
At Philadelphia i
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lIHST OAMK
st 10111 ZOfJOOII0l10llnOil i3
Illladilphl 0 0 U 1 0 U I 0 0 nOn 0 02
Hat terle Hlgglns and llllss SparXi
nprt liklltsi1
Umpire IllBlT
SKCOXI UAMK
St IiilN 0 0 It
Philadelphia 100
HitterletIiish aiil Mntnn Coviiltakl
and Doolu Iliiplrc Illglh
AMERICAN LEAGUE
At St Louis
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lloslnii 0 2
St lWl 0 0
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At Detroit
Philadelphia n fl II n n
Lictioll Ion 0 n I
At Cleveland i
Washington 0 0 2 2
lieclaml 0 0 0 3 I
1 EVENING WORLD RACING CHART
TWELFTH DAY AT GRAVESEND
Weather Clear Sept 26 Track Fast
61 FIRST IMiK For Ihrre eiroMi iflllns fJ > i nldnl about nix furlonui
V J I 1 > i tme aai jff 1 I tart g it Vnn handily Winner b f by Hit
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Intx Slarter = = i i C TL V JMji jiKkfj oil iC9JL Rh
94l Ids D HIS 1 l l I I Shell
KIT Ilurtlur 107 4 31 iHiS1 Illhrt
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7V Pinch tIl r Ii h i v r L Miller
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ran ht race Qur > en MarBTiirlte ln htllfr MJtkri hM on well
iii SFtUSD 1ttI1Tho 1lnK IIIehwa tlJllCnH Handicap vt SIOI for tour
J > nroli > and upward nlwut lao mills nnd e nil
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o day and firclnic a fait pace all the way Yon nlroly In hand IronnMn ran a rood
race ltutiiLhrow hl rldfr wan rrinouiitrl anil flnlnh Ihlrdj
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NEW YORK SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 26 1908 PRICE ONE CENT
STfAMfR 1UNK
BY SOUND LINER
I THAT RAMS HER
Commonwealth Sends Volund
Down Quickly After Col
lision in Fog
U S TARS SAVE LIVES
Naval Gunners Man Boats
After Crew It Is Said
Bungle the Job
I
The mammoth new stcimrr Common
I
wealth of the Fall Ulvcr line with lOOC
i pas5MHTPrs on board docked at 1130 to
day two mind a half hours late her bow
badly crumpled with as thrilling a tale
if sea disaster and rescue as ever a yes
fcl brought Into this port
At 130 oclock this mornlnR the Com
monwealth was In collision oft Hare
Itock In the Sound near New London
with the Norwegian tramp steamer Vol
ninl The Commonwealth was hound for
New York and the Yoluml for Nova
Scotia In the dense fop that blanketed
the Sound In an almost impenetrate
smother the two steamers collided head
on
The Volimils port fooiv was cut den
tlinnttrh tjv the sham steel nrow of the
Fill Itlver boat For a row minute
the Commonwealth hold Jier tioso III the
sreat cash and 11111 lucked slowly off
i That inotneiit was eiinmrh to allow
rip JlerRor Sdisoll ot tm Volutul tll
help his wife aboard this Common
I wealth TOIII WeliT n quarternnstei
from th < 1 lilt Id Stall School for Naval
1 LI tilt PtS call > ht her In Ills anus as the
leaped
The Instant the Commonwealths bow
was withdrawn the sea rushed Into the
Volunds hold She reeled for n second
and then plunged her bow under water
Her crow of seventeen men and her cap
tain rushed to the iptlltcd stern of the
vessel while the captain dived Into his
cabin for the hips papers The Vol
und settled slowly but the rushlnp of
water Into the cash In her bow made a
roar like a waterfall
Wireless Called Rescuers
Then came a remarkable demonstra
tion of what modern science has ac
complished for seamen The wireless of
the Commonwealth was at Capt Will
iamsons direction put Into operation
pendlnK out the following menage
Commonwealth In collision oft liace
Rock Stand by
Within fifteen minutes replies well
flashing and crashing In the Common
wealths wireless room from the steam
ers Maine of the New Hertford Line
bound for New Bedford and the Provi
dence and the Priscilla of tim Fal
Klver Line Then word came from the
1urltan of the Fall lllvcr Line In dry
dock at Newport i
Within twenty minutes from the time I
the Volund went down this Maine tlie 1
Providence and tho Pilscllla were
alongside the Commonwealth and the
Puritan was steaming out of Newport
to her aid The latter vessel however
was notified by the Commonwealth
that she had no need of assistance as
she was amply convoyed
Passengers Saw Thrilling Spectacle
rhe Commonwealths great search
light Illumined the scene while the
bojts were lowered The shock of the
Cltllslnii had shaken some of the pas
sengers out of their berths and all wero
bad > frightened There was no rush
for boats or llfeprecrvcrs however
and except for a womans occasionul
hysterlcil shrIek they might have
niriod out lo wItness a spectacle i
With the crew It was different Ac
cording to iiatemetits of passengers
they rushed about gcttl ach
oihars any and tangllnt the omt fill
wlllo the officers seemed unable to con
trol them In the attempt to get the
boats launched speedily Finally a de
tachment of young allors from the
Naval Gunner School at Newport
took charge of the Jolt of getting tho
boats out and they did It smartly
Tventy vjlunole mlmite however bad
been lost and the Volunil was settling
fast
fastThe
The first boat dropped was manned by
I tilled Scales MatTatArms IJrown
John Webber tho silloi who caught
Mrs SchtjoU iiml ono of thin men of the
Cottttnoui worth I hi They pulled under tilt
stern of the sinking learner which was
hen so deeply scttl 1 that they could
get right alongildo her counter One l > y
me tho rrcw dropped Into the boat until
eleven were seated without even having
their clothes water upotted Cnpt
rfcliKOtt with his Instrument nnd pa
pers under his arm dropped Into the
MasterntArnns boat only after the
others of his crew of seventeen haul
Continued on S conJ Ill
ANGElUS BAT
I fAIR PlAY IN
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THEORIENTAL
Stewards Suspend Jockey
Dugan Until Jan I for
I Rough Riding
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GRAVES END RESULTS
I FIRST RACE Ida D wins
i Burgher 2 Blskra 3
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SECOND RACEBayonet 1 Iron
sides 2 Rufus 3
THIRD RACE Joe Madden 1
I Trance 2 Fitzherbert 3
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1 FOURTH RACEAngelus 1 Fair
Play 2 Dorante 3
FIFTH RACEJuggler 1 Duke of
Roanoke 2 Calrngom 3
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SIXTH RACERosslare 1 Tattling
12 Yankee Daughter 3
I
liy Vincent Trcnnor
OKAVKSKXIJ IIAC1I TIIAC1C Sept
i Llltt was announced thN afternoon
that Ilie Jockey Llul stewards had sits
I
pend d IMdln nugan until Dec 11 JJfW
This keeps thr boy nut ot the saddle
fir the rest of the year He may how
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ever ride at lhi > lnilnnlnR of the new
year on the IicUl const tracks Thl
li pimMiment fit DiiKans rough riding
on Shadow hence on Tuesday the re
milts of which Jockeys York and
Smith wrri nearly killed by tall from
I itlHr horses In the stretch
Angelus took ihe measure of Fair
Play In thn Or ntnl Imndlcap the fea
ture of toilays racing the last of the
Kiwii at this track until next year
AiijOlt Belmont sat In the club house
anil saw his colos cirrterl In second by
his good threeyearold This wu Mr
Belmonts first visit to the track snc
irly In tho season Ho spent most of
the summer nbroid In the Oriental
ittir went to the front on Angeltn
and stnyed all the way At the end I
lowev r Ang > lm was pretty nearly 11111
In and Just about lasted under a hand
ride
rideFnlr
Fair Play was ml eraldy ridden by
Gilbert lie was last mul ten lengths
out of It on the ImrkFtretch anil np
paipntly out nf It Coming round the
rill turn Gilbert made his move and
the rolorboarer of Mr Ilclmonl began
to rlose ground 1 Is passed the other
thiee starters easily enough but
couldnt catch Angehii In the stretch
I
the great speed of Kalr Play began to I
tell With every Jump lie was catch
Ing nnd the crowd began to yell Fair
Ilay will win anyhow
SMIIIng rode Angelus confidently
however never even tirrtnc him with
hIs whip and got him home a half
length to the good Dorante was
Uirl Dandelion ran second for a
while and then tired
Ida D All the Way
Ida D won the nrft race all the way
without contention Burgher the Whit
I ney entrY was second most of tho
nay finishing In that position In front
or Biskra
II
Bayonet Won Easly
Hiyonet ran back to hit good form In
the hteupliihase and wca euliy Iron1
sides ran second all the way nnd tIn i
Uhod Hoth Perseverance and Rufus
throw their riders early hut Hufus I
was remounted and flrrlshed In time for
I the third money
Joe Madden Wins
Trance was beaten In the Prorpect
Handicap by Joe Madden with bite
herbert third Trance and Kluherbert
went out togotiher and proceeileil to
run their heads off Joe Madden lay
third to the stretch where Fitzherbert
cracked here Joe Madden challenged
and In the drive through the stretch
outganinl the filly Trance
Juggler a Winner
Jugger and Duke of Roanoke had a
heiid and head bnttlo through the
stretch In the fifth race md Juggler got
thr verdict Juggler came from far
bak to win and ran a good game raN
Flcivlgny threatened In the early pan
dropped out of It and then cajne again
anil wan catching Cairngorm with even 1
Jump but thc latter Jim did last long
enough to get ihe third money
FOOTBALL RESULTS
Dickinson 5 Western Maryland 0
Pennsylvania 6 University of
West Virginia 0
Brown 34 New Hampshire 0
Syracuse 12 Hamilton 0
Sunday World Wants Work
Monfcy Morning Wonders I
AMES HOLDS THE LEAD r l 1
IN PITCHERS BA TTLE jl u
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TODAYS SCORES
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i NATIONAL LEAGUE
W SCORES BY INNINGS
rlrlbl > IMt
Cincinnati 00001 00 1 02
Giants 00400 1 1 0 6
SECOND GAME
Cincinnati 00000000 1 1
Giants 0020000 3
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FIRST GAME
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j Chicago 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 1 5
Brooklyn 0000000000
SECOND GAME
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Chicago 00 1 000020 3
Brooklyn 0000000000
9r
Pittsburg 20000 1 0205
Boston 0000000000
AMERICAN LEAGUE
SCORES BY INNINGS
Highlanders 0000
Chicago 0531
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SHUTS
OUT BROOKlYN IN
A DOUBLEHEAOER 1
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Chicago Pitcher Performs a I
Remarkable Stunt at
3 Washington Park iI
TSI SECOND GAME I
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2f > CHICAGO I
Rf PO A EJ
Harden rf 1 1 3 0 0 I
HS 2b 0 1 1 1 0
Schulte It 0 1 H 0 01
ChancE lb 0 0 9 0 0
Stclnfeldt 3b 0 0 1 1 O1
Hofman cf n i 1 n 0
Tinker as 0 fl 3 5 0 i
RUng c 1 2 C 1 0
Reulbach p 1 0 0 G 1
Totals 3 n 2j 14 1
BROOKLYN
R H PO A R1
Catterson If 0 1 5 0 0
Lumley rf 0 2 2 0 0
Hummel 2b 0 0 4 1 0
Jordan lb 0 0 T 0 0
Huron cf 0 0 2 0 0
McMillan ss 0 0 2 2 1
Sheeha 3b 0 0 1 2 l
Dunnc 0 0 3 3 0
Pn torTuB p 0 0 1 5 0
Pattee 0 0 0 0 0
I
Totals 0 32il 11
Batted for Pastorlus In the ninth
Innlng
flute HlUOff Reulbach 3 off Pai
torlou1 5
First llaid on B llsOIT Reulbioh 1
off Paitorloui 3
First Ilase on KrroriChlcajo 1
Brooklyn 1
Left on BaneiOhlcajo 2 Brooklyn
struck Out Bylleulbach i by PII
torloui 2 I
Stolen Ua es Schillte
Double Plays McMillan Hummel and I
Jordan I
Wild Pitches Pa torlou Ruelbuch
1mplres Enlslle and Owens
uepeclai toThi 1f11Irc Woltl
wASHINGTON PARK ImOOl
IVN Sept 6Wlth Me first game of
ti Joublehearler sowed up In their
bit big by a core of S to 0 th Cham
pion Cubs llnr1 up ajraltmt the Trolley
ll > 4cr4 for the second ram de I
termlned to nuke a letnap of the
series by taking It The Cubs lookel j
1K wInners In the ifond tussle for
I
they put ip the belt rlclf of ball In
I
Contlnuid on 8iosd Pig
i Ld fc IkiliHli t if SiA Jt fii
I
WilliS HUTS
OUT BOSTON IN
i PITTSBURG GAME
New Southpaw Fails to
Hold Clarkes Heavy I
Hiding Team I
PITISflIJIW
n II 10 A E
Thomas d 1 2 I 0 0
Clarki Ir t II 0 I 0
leach 3h 2 L 1 1 0
Wagner S8 1 2 2 2 0
Abby 2b 0 2 1 4 0
Storke Ilu 0 Ii 11 0 0
Bhannon rt 0 1 1 0 0
Gibson c i 0 4 2 1
SIhils p 0 0 I 2 0
Totalg Ii I 2 11
BOSTON
n H 10 A f i
Berker d I 1 0 0 0
Bates Jr 0 1 3 0 0
Browne ct 0 0 2 II U
Stein lb n 1 1t 1 0
Sweener 3b 11 0 0 1 0
Bowerman c n 0 2 0 0 I
IIanlran 211 0 L 4 3 0
Dahlen 88 0 1 3 10 0
llattern p 0 0 0 1 0
Graham p 0 1 0 0 O
Lineman p 0 0 0 0 0
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Totals 0 6 27 16 1
Dahlen out lilt by batted ball
Graham batted for Mall ern In the
eighth
TwoBase Hltinecker Wasncr
ThreeBone Hits Stem Leach
Base on BallsBy Willis 1 iy rat
tern 2
Struck OutBy Willis 3 by Mattern
1 by Undaman 1
Sacrifice HltsMattern
Double PlaysAlihy to Warner to
Storke Dahlen to Hannlfan to Stem
Dahlen to Stem
Time Hi 40m
Umpire ODay
Special ti The Kvcnlnn WorlJ i
NATIONAL rEAOLK nnorVDS
Boston Sn ITh last game of the
Pirates In this oily wan wltnej ed hy a
crowik of 3u fan The locate nitcvjs
against Ilttsburr yesterday was Ihe i
cause is nil lloiton fjinloni are rooting
I
hard for the Giants to win the lae
Manager Clarke iprarentl antil tit <
gum badly und sent Willis In to pr
form
KHly who has hsru roolliu for ti
Giant sent hh southpaw a reAit
CoTlnueJ OQ Second laj
4
II Giant Sluggers Pound Dubec Hard and t
25000 Rooters Cheer as New York
Wins Both Games of the
DoubleHeader
MATTY WINS THE FIRST
GAME IN EASY FASHION
Crowd Pulls for Home Players With One Eye
on Score Board Telling of ChicagoBrooklyn
DoubleHeader Across the Bridge
FIRST GAME
mST GAME
NEW YORK I
R II PO A B
Tenney Ib 1 2 10 0 01
HerzoR 2b 1 1 3 2 0 i
Bresnahan c 0 1 4 0 0
Donlin rf 1 0 1 0 01
Seymour cf 0 2 2 0 0
Devlin 3b 0 1 1 3 1
i
McCorflck If 1 1 2 0 0
Brldwell sa 2 3 2 3 0
MathewBon p 0 0 0 5 0
Jlerkle Ib 0 0 1 1 0
Needhnui c 0 0 1 0 0
Totals 6 11 27 14 1
CINCINNATI
H H PO A E
UnylMfl rf 1 2 1 0 0 1
Egan 2b 0 0 2 2 1 i
Lobert SB h I 2 2 0 1
Beachar If 0 0 3 0 0
Hoblltzel lb 0 1 6 0 1
Mowrey 3b 0 0 2 1 0
Paakert cf 1 i 4 0 0
Schiel c 0 0 4 2 0
Ewing p 0 ° 0 J J >
Totals 2 6 24 6 3
scam IIY INNINGS
Cincinnati 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 02
Newioric 0 0 4 00 1 1 U xfl
TwoHaso llltiPaskert Hrldwell 2
hell ttzel
Tlueebaso lilt Tenney
Home Hun Hayless
llnso on HullsOff Ewlnfr 2
Struck OutHy Mathewson 4 j by
CwlnB 2
Wild IltchEnlnc 1
Dnublo Playi Matty to HerroB to
Tenney
Time of Oame 145
Umpires Idem and Johnstone
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nV BOZEMAN BULGER B
Special to The Evmln World
IOUO GIUMTNDS Sept j1ho
Giants won both pninea of tho double
header from Cincinnati this aftenioon
and hold their lead In the race for the
National League pennant A crowd of
HCrt cherelns fan witnessed the dou
ble victory 1lalhown luau things
pretty much as he pleased In the first
Came ant Ainei was just us good If
not tetter in the sei nd Only three
hits were made < 5ff Ames and lie struck
out eight men Cincinnatis only run
was a result of an error on the part
of Devlin when lie overthrew first base
FIRST GAME
Pint Inning
Hridwell tossed out Bayless Kg n
fouled to Bresnahan HerzoE threw out
Ix > hert NO HUNS
Tenney out Ewing to Hoblltzel Her
cog popned out to Kpin Hresnahan
lied to Uayless NO lUNS
Second Inning
Devlin threw out Ueseher ratty
loaned out Hoblltzel Devlin made a
naKnlftcent itop and threw out Mowrey
SO HUNS
Egan threw out Donlln Seymour
Fouled to Muwrey Iovllna smash was
too hot for Mowrey and It went as a
single but he wan out sleutlngr Schlel to
Lobert NO ItlNS
Third Inning I
Pnskert doubled to left Schlei ftled
out In Ilildwell llwlni in out Malt
It Tonney Iaskeit uklni thlid Dtv
Ito threw out la > li < NO UlNS
MeCorinlik opened up with u alnjrlf to
I efi Hrldwell fnlloved with another
inf < shot to tho saino pot Matty
I < JIlrel nut to Inlwrt Teniu > thiii set I
the crowd wild by < lamiiiuiK a drive
Into deep left ientre fur three laos i
icorliiK both Mfiortnlik and flrldwill
llrrzog obbed up t lth another hot
single and Tanner scoiwl Urcmaliin
siLtS sate on Ran fumble and Hirzur
ivent to second hieratic nnd llroinahiin
ihen worked a Idle steal Kqiin
threw out Donlln lout HerjoK oored on
Ih play and > < r xniihan took third
irymour tiled 101 Lobert who made a
treat catch Fill It IlfNS
Fourth Inning
tpn struck out t > U rt beat uu it
JiLl 1
i 1 < U iL1
SECOND GAME
CINCINNATI
It 11 10 A B
Bayloss rf li fj 2 1 C
Htipglns 2b o J i 3 C
Lobert ss ii 1 1 3 1
Bcschcr If 4 i o 1 0 C
Hoblltzel Ib o ii lt 1 C
Mowrey ab 1 0 0 1 C I
P liS k crt rf 0 1 2 o c > I
McLean c 0 0 I 1 c i
Dubec p n o 1 7 C
Totals 1 a I 7 j 4
XEW YORK I
It n lO A g t
Tenner 1b 1 2 11 0 0 A
Herzog 2b I I 2 ii J
BreBI1f1hm c l i J 1 ii
Donlin rt I 1 0 0 0
Seymour ct II 1 1 I 1
Iovlin 3b 0 1 0 3 J
McCormick It 0 1 0 0 1
Drldwcll 8S 0 2 8 4 0
Ames p 0 0 10 0
1
Totals 3 10 27 23 4
liaso llltsOft Duhec 10 off Ames J
Klrst Unse on UallsOff Dubec 2j oil
Ames 3 I
First HaM on ErrorsCincinnati 41
New York J
Left on nsaesClnclnnatl 6 Neil
York >
Struck Out 13v Dubec lj by Ames S
Home Huns Tenney j
TwoHae HllsHrlilwell Devlin 14
Double Ilaysllerzog Drldwcll an1
Tenne
Wild PltchesDubec
Umpires JohnstoiiB and Klem
0
HOW THE GIANTS
STAND TONIGHT Ii
W l PC
Giants 90 52 634
Chicago 93 54 633
Pittsburg 92 55 626
slow one to lirlihvell but was torrid
out on Ileschers cn > under to llcrzoy
who ran over and touched second Hub
lltzel tiled to Huizo NO UtNS
Devlin fouled nut to Mowrev Mo
Connlck walked nnd went to third on
RrUlwells twobnse smash to right it
Malty fouled out to Schlel Tenney ft
filed to PasHert NO ULXA
Firth Inning
Mown Illed to McCormIck Devil
got Iusliert Trniinder hut threw IHK
tn Tenney and the ball bounced Itt
the Krandstnml nllowliifr Iaskert l >
make a compete circuit of IIP tinss
Matty threw nut Schlel Uwlnw stiucl
out ONE HeX
Herzoj struck nut llresnuliaii sent a
sliiRlo whistling Into left Donlln vog
out on n long thy to 1uikert Seynintn
singled to right sending Hiesmihnn In
second but Devlin wound It up with n
lly to Iaskert NO KlNS
Sixth Inning
Bnyless singled to left hut Egan hl
into a doubl ulay Mattv to HerznR
Tiiiney ilrldwei threw out lnben
NO HtXR
McLormlcU struck out Ilrldmll a go in
linibleil to riMitiP Matty thou In Heii
cr llrldwill ncnt lo tlti lit on a uili
pitch Tennev then sinnshed a rlenn
shine Into left nnd Hrldwell sineil
Mfikli > ran the Imsea for Tenni lIe
tif tilt itd out to fJchlrf ONi IltN
Seventh Inning
Mcrkle pln > liifr llrst base fur New
York Itrldwell made n beautiful stop
mul threw out HcwIiiT HobllUel
iliubled that I lie right Meld riowil
Muwtey lined nut to Dunlin 1askert
tol the count on striken NO UlNK
Aloutey tlutW out Hresnahan lo
Ltrt threw I > onllna Kroundcf wild and
It nmppd Into the Mnnd for i com
Itll drtilt nt the liasid Seymour
lent out n nlow one and scent to not
Mid on IIitilitMs bad throw Dnvlln
IVtl tu Iatkrrt fonnlck lined out
to llcur ONE IltN
eighth Inning
Xee lam > ilri for Na York
5klel tljl t D Mfnr lfk Kni
IftoJ J lilh ono tu rumour Sty
i1 Ia j

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