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TERRIERS TURN AND
H RUBE N1ARQUARD
Boston Men Succumb in the First
Game, but Topple Idol in
the Second.
A FIERCE TEN-INNING FRAY
Giants' Recently Enthroned King
of Pitchers Baffles Visitors
Except in Two Dis?
astrous Innings.
After bringinv* the peers of the hitting
realm to their knees In worship at his
throne, the ml git y Marquard weakened be?
fore the onslaught of the lowly Boston
Terriers and was defeated for the fifth time
this season in a ten-lnnlng game at the
Polo Grounds -sesterday afternoon. The
score was 8 to 7, and the visito? failed to
Ket the decision until the New York nine
had made a thrflBn;*; effort to aave the
game. The Giants won the morning game
by a score of 6 to 4.
"Helgho, 'tis a funny world." murmured
Marquard aa he gazed at the moon rising
over the diamond at the end of the fray.
Thirty thousand "fatter** had cheered him to
the echo as be mowed the vlaltors down in
the first seven lnntng-s of tho afternoon
frame, allowing onty three hits and strik?
ing out twelve men. And then somethln?
?napped. A double and four simrles bunched
In the eighth lnntna; netted five runs, but
VRube" tightened up In the ninth and shut
out the side A triple, a double and two
singles tallied three In the tenth, but In
the mean time Marqnard added two more
strike-out victims to his list, equalling the
National league record for the second time
this season.
Although "Rube" was hit hard, yet he
gave his tenm mates an opportunity to
cheek both rallies before it was too late.
Arthur Fletcher, at shoTt, STSS In a larpe
measure responsible tor the defeat. After
the Terriers had scored two r.ins In the
eighth Fletcher, with the bises filled,
slipped up on an opportunity to start n
double r'ay nn.d retire the side. Tn the
tenth, Mfter Posten had seored one run.
Fletcher miss??-, a chance to cut a runner
off at the plate for the second out. Had
he fielded perfectly In either of these crises
the Giants prohably would have won tbe
game.
Even after the Terriers seemed to have
clinched the victory by tallying three runs
In the tenth inn'.n?- MeOraw kept his men
fighting to tie last, and only a bad break
In the tuck prevented them from winning.
Devore, the first man up In the last frame,
started a Tally, trlpllnt* ? to entre field.
Larry Poyte's Flntrle brought him home.
Hoes-, ?me nf Tenney'a r?nnest'rs, had
taken tho p!a<-<? of Perdue, who retired in
?favor of a pinch hitter in the rlOtOOJ
%, eighth. Bui the ppn .emonlum which
reiKn^d rr.ii'.o TetSBey anxious, and he BUflB?
moned Buster Prown t" the rese?a Broers
bBtOed I pas.?- to fSjIBlgTSBB. SBd "Red"
Ifurray simried. scorine Doyle.
W f; tare ? n Bad no one out, MoGraw
pure Merkle orders ta sacrifice, whloh Ffced
mpUabed srltb much p?entelos?, moving
gnodf ? ' Murray up s peg. A ss ?
1 ? . ??? ? would hare enabled
and tls t^p the game,
but he (rounded to McDonald and "Snod"
a*?. ? ?.to. Hersog Btols second
Bl ?? was hit. filllne the 1
WM Meyers at the bat the pros?
w ? bright for rirtory. but the In
. i ? unfortunate tfl harine bis terriflc
irery in the band I lager?
. gai ? s i oeei
thirteen bits off
?., tea of I ? a being
? three biniiafa Rub?
trlkhag out at l.ast on? i
? ? ? Mlks Don
l.u .-?? t three 1 i to the de?
mbled i ' ? nd when
In tl ?? < -H eras
? Kais? - i it for him. Jack
i and Qowdy, wl h three bits apiece,
while Miller with a
; .arable
The to meet the T? r
? ? s for to hit
? ? ? ? ' ? beiag made oft the deliv
? ? | perdue, Hogg end Brown. Merkle's
I me r?.n with Murray on BC
; of his three, but Devore
end F ? I ?! ?.". with two a] :? ". were towers
< : trei gth ob tbe offat
in?.--' ? ? ? feature of the
BOCOnd pame II?' sceepted nine cha?ar?
without an error and ended tbs -Time srltb
h I ? ? ? itch. The N? t*< rh out ?
i ?
long hits to a minimum of bases, ami the
Terriers dlsi Isyed s notta .'.M'- tend? ncy
r.ot to taks an chance on the
The scorini tba G.
?- I??? ? ' v | llshed with
slinpbVity. Murray ?irru?s?.I himself ss
wen ss every one else by waiting for ???
! ' "? ?' WSS
; uring the time ol day with Al Brl
Merki? ? l tlon abort by plant?
ing the ball In the rlt-ht field atanda f? ?
}.ot>:e ni'i, Murray being compelled to ?
Fr. ? h, Th.- flftb fr?
it,ore tallies for
coming aft? r two were out Merk i
??>\?'r third and Hersag wss hit Pie!
sinplf-d. scortng Merkie, putting H
third at: ?< | himself on a
for the j'lr?t? Myers rapped a clean I
centr?--. ?-- r*rtag Lftd Fie)
? >n tied !'?.? a * ? eighth in
nil.. i led ~,)f
stagl? K?nu'. batting for Perdue,
drew s nasa, filling tin- bases (ngerton'a
8inpi<- to left bronght Oowdy an; R
home, and Jscksen's single through short
.?- Bred :
?.rounder, an?l tbe BSUBOI W? ? I
Deapalrtng of I Itting tl ?? ball, Mil
lin h'jnt.d. for earns n '? other, aid
Marquard csbnly three lagertoi.i at
II
|i g Btidwi II ai d J icki
at Ubs ? ? /?,)? to Meyers.
MeDoaal I Inning.
-. ?
: ??. hit, which drt
safe back of se? m '? M I | to
rlgl ?. -,. v... ?,
?
?
Miller h.-m?-. Ms t to Hen
M? i " Hogg
?i:-- d. Hers kle.
? ? i for tbs
? T I? r,
th< ? aw. x. w \m. n ran ur> ;.
lead of sis run la tbs flrsl thr? ?- ??
sad ? logs, for eren
"i:, d ' Am? ? T<
u| hill ? ? the ? nd of lb?
?
Giants ?i!.i all ' ring in ti a
to ktep the upper hand, letting the Terriers
work ti ? ? ? ? , ?
This 'i ey wen sot -
eillio th< .?.'!;. . I >.
and D' r| and
1 "j." h Rob
la aa I ? Beet footed , : sonde
.-. doi bl?
later] dab d l trike?
outs, lurray I
Ilk? I) lookli | place t., ri , in', .-.n?!
promptl) pro.i to do th? same, eootiBg
Devore sad Doyle. M ond,
i ?.ut trying to pilfer third, bul
Mi : kle nd, .?. hiu
J ihnn* Kill g pi I? d i Iblj He wi - nevei
t '. on, and retir? d
from the | I third
There ??-??. <<n<- foas when Meyers singled
8
in the second. Ames sacrificed his batting
Interests and advanced the chief a hase.
Devore's single to centre took a bad bound
Just as Mike Donlln was about to field It.
and Josh got to third, Meyers scoring.
Doyle was easy for Donlln.
SnodRrasK opened the third by striking
out, but Murray put a home run in the rlgnt
fleld t-'iaiulHtand. Merk!? did rot present
any difficulties for lagortOB and Gowdy, but
HOCBOg doubled to left ami Tyler hit both
1'lctcher ??nd Meyer?, lilling the hases.
Then he cut loose with u wild pitch, which
allowed both Hsraog and Fletcher to score.
Although Anns drew a paaa, 1 imilla grace?
fully took care of DeTOfo'a fly.
Tost?n got its llrst opportunity to ex?
amine the plate In the second tMilng. DOB?
Un doubled to left and tallied on Miller's
sine',?.. Although the latter took serond on
a saajr to the plat?-, he rould not aooro on
MoDecuUd'a sit?ele, which Heraog taiockad
dowa arith great brtlltaaca QowAf was
??Mvute.l at tir:-t. rietch' r to Mcrkle. In
the sixth a double and throe singles netted
ciily one run. Ingerton BlttlBg the IWO
havcer as a starter and BOOrlng ou Iirhl
WOU's singlo, After two were out In the
seventh Ames issue?! a pan to IngertOB,
With the usual cons.-alienees. BrldWtll,
Jackson and Donlln pot lnllehl sinks, ln
BOrton BOOrtngj but Miller forced Donlin at
second.
The scores follow:
MOUN'IN'l (?ami:
KgfW York I BOajTOlf.
? abribpor. s| ai.iU.petie
Devore. If. 4 1 I 1 0 0 Irgrrton, 2b. 4 2 2 110
Doyle. Kb.. 410 2 ?10 UrMwcli, se. 8 1 1 IIS
8n?x1?r'??,cf 4 00 o OOlJsekaetv, If.. 4 OS -'On
Murrav, rf. 4 1 2 1 0 ?' Donlln, cf... 412 SOO
Merkl?. 11?. 20 0 11 00 Millar, rf.... 4 ft 2 2 ?? <>
Herz -K. 3b 411 :t 8 1 UcDonaia, 8b 400 BOO
Fletcher,??? .3 11 2 .11 ?1uw.1v, 1!?... 4.100
Mevcre c. 211 7 0 0 Kiln?;, c. 100 810
Ames, p.. 2 0?i o m Rariden, c.300 12ft
1 Tyler, p. :i o?) 0 I 0
I -Flaherty.... 100 00 0
Totals. .296827 122 Totala.37 4 t? 2-1 0 0
?PatfNJ for Tyler In ninth Inning
Mear York. 2 13 0 0 0 0 0 x?6
HoBti.n. 0 10 0 0 12 0 0?4
Flrrt bnso on errors? Bouton, '?. Two-bnae
hit??Donlln, Insertos (-'. Hersog. Thre*
bano hit?Vorort, Home run?Murray, f-'aorl
flee hit?Arnes. .?tolen bases?Devore (2),
Doyle, Murray. M"rkle (2j. l??-ft on l?n?rs
New Tork, ?; Bo?ion, 7. Double piar-?Doyle
t<> l'letoh.r to Merkle. Baues on balle?Off
Antea, l; off Tyler, <*? Strack eat?Bf Anes,
7; by Tyler. 4 Hit by pitcher- Py Tyler, i
(Fletcher, Meyers?. Wild pitch Tyler. Passefl
bull- Kllii:. !'::?:'? 2 00 Umpires? Klein and
Brennali, j
AFTERNOON* Ci AMU
HOSTON ! KsTW YOKK.
abr lb po n ? abr It? \<o a e !
In?rer'n,2t> .'?0 1 3 I? 0 Pevore. If. ? 1 2 1 1 0 !
Bridw'lLas S j l 1 OOJDoyle, 21...B1 l ??? 10 |
Jr. kson,If S2 3 2 001 Bnodg'aa.cf 4 0 0 2 0 0 i
. cf 40 0 .". 00 Murray, rf 4 1 1 1 00
Kaiser, cf 11 1 0 00 Merkle. lb, 4 2 3 o 10
Miller, rf. .11 2 3 0 0 HerzoK. 3b 4110 30
M ?t'o'?J,3b fiO 1 l 4 0 rieteher.sa 4 1 2 1 II
?Sowdy, lb 4 1 Slg-00 Merer?, c. 40 117 Oft
Rariden, c 41 1 2 30 Mansard,p 40 0 0 30
IVrdue. p. 1 0 0 ft ?")
?Kline... ft 1 0 0 00
.tloKF, p. . 20 0 <> ft"
Drown, p. 0 0 0 o 10
Totals. .41 8 13 30 16 0 Totals.. .81 7 11 30 12 2
?Patted for Perdue in the eighth Inning.
Rcston . 0 I 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 S-R
New York .0 0 0 2 '? 3 0 0 0 2 7
First tase on Sll?a DoatUM, I. Two-bat* I Its
?Bridwcii, McDonald, Miller, Gowdy. Three
tmsc hit Devon Home run -Msrkle.
1!, ?? bita RariOen, Markte stolen baaea Mui
ra-., lieiz.if;. Left, on bases Met? York, 7; Boa
ion, 7. Double plays McDonald, Ingert
?Gowdy; netehiar and Merkle. Bases on
1 " Marquard. 3; off Perdtte, 2. off Brown, 1.
Struck tntl Py Marquard. 14. 1??: by pit
By Perdue, l (Htrt g); I y Brown, 1 (Fiel
? iff Ptrduf?. I In 7 l:'..nir.?s. off Hogg, - '"
2 Innlnga (none oat in tenth); on Brown, i in
? Ins. Tim?s- 2:.?A. Uni| In ?
i ? nnan.
CUBS GET AN EVEN BREAK
Cardinals Prove a Tough Prop?
osition for Chicago.
Chicago, Ffpt. 1,-An OTOB break <">n the
two pames with St. Loni? waa t!.?' beat the
.?o Cnba could do to-dajr. Althongh
Cban e used ?rnlng
th?> Cardinals won hy a score of 7 to
B, tho ?rlsitora making thirteen bita, wbfia
Harmon allowed only five. U-ulLach wns
hit hard in the afternoon gaarje, b? Lng
found for eleven safeties, but the Cube,
with five hita, \\<m th-- gan ? by a i ?ore
"> 4.
The scores foil? w:
MORNING
ST. LOUIS. I ? HICA0O.
abr lb i po a
1 -,2b 4 11. .?""420
cf. SO 1 1 00 If .'t l 2 S 1 o
jr.lb 43 2 4 00 Ttnki .400 4 10
E Ils, if. . 4 2 I T 00 I .2? 0 0 00
Evsna rf. 0 1 8 .': 00 1 .. 01 1 4 0
r, aa 4 1 2 3 1 ill 6 2 1 S 0 o
M< wrey.Sb :: 0 <> 2 2 0 3 2 1 11 0 1
10 0 - 21 N? lham, i 100140,
. p. 1 ?' " 0 1 ?1 .--. Hi, j ,., . o 10
t .. .'! ?I 2 ft '.' ' 1 ? 1.10 0
Harmon, i> 0 0 0 0 lOIMrlntlre, p. 00 0 0 001
r, p.. 10 0 0 10]
. j. 00
' Brown, p. .I 0 0
tArcber. 000 0 0 0
101 0 00
. 100 .
Ti tais. .36 7 13 27 12 2 Totals .. H B I Si II 1
?Batte?] for Bmlth In second Inning. H<ntt..i
for Rlchtei In alxth Ini for Ton?
II
st. i/ouis . o ;: I 0 '? 0 0 0 ft 7
. .01001 1 0 2 0?a
I are
, 2 In 1-3
r? In S 2-9
Inning; ofl
?. .? n, 2 In 1 Innl . ofl ? ? 1 I
?
In) v
?.:?.- ilei
? ! to Saler. !.. fi on 1
at boula, 7. H;iv ? ' I; ?
i n, 8. Hit 1 By Gi
? .
RXt> ?N OAME
CHI? I ST !
. po a a .1 r ;
K' era. lb . ?: 1 1 l B 1 lb 21 1 I '?? 0
ird.lf 2 0 'i :: o o . ? i, cf., 2 0 0 ?? 0 '?
101 2 B 0 :; 1 1 I 0 0
te, ir .', ! 1 8 "?? K01 ?? ?:? . !;? :. 1 :
Zlrn'tnan.alb 811 4 21 Kills, If... 40 0 0 00
101 " o?. ;.. m, , ?? . .1 1 h :: <i ??
ssler, II 8 0011 00 : a 0 0 ft 3 '-'
n, ?? 4 1 ?i :? 1 ?1 - i; o o 1 1 >i
. i 0 ? 20 Wot r? y, 8b -, ?' I ?t ?1 0
R BO ! :.
? rn.p 8 0 <i 0 ?'? 0
. ?1 n .1 o o .1
1 0 n 1.
i. 1 0 o
H B B 1715 2 14 1124121
? ??' ta/oeOI ira la ? Ighth
? '
. 1 a a 0 ? 1 o o i?a
Bi Loaia .0 ? 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 t
? ??
Tinker.
1 ' . IT.'
? ' ? ?
Huggina 1 ?
i First 1 illa-Ofl
I; off Reu
I ? . . . . . , . _ ?
, ? ::. by
? 2:15. T
POWER BOATS SHOW SPEED
Goodly Crowd Sees Regatta of
Yonkers Yacht Club.
'i I ? Ion ir, the annual n gi 11 i
?if the Vniik.11 Facht Club
? ' ? sen and \\;?s witness? <i by ?!
r?i\s?i of epectatora aahoreand afloat.
? ? - ? ? 'i in the power boat
1 ? -, '? ? ?? feat 1 of wl heb ?rae ti,.
t. st f?,r the BaJilootl ?'.ic V ? ,? )? ?.,, iv
wot. the n '???? with ih? Elmer i. il. of ai
bany, : ? ? > r 1 ? i.
In the en ni for ? leas I bo ?.
Elmor i: il a/on,
? ? 1 ? ? IV captured tho
< laaa -' race, alao i , from tbe
<i ie \'. '!:.-?, aii'i the ol Aiban),
which were reepectlvej ????.1 ,: i xtAr?,
In the ft'?'1 I'm -.-ill 1 1,11
? ? ! ,.,-t snd tii " Tras? r, ?if 1 o-i^)\Wi-.-\i
ale, -1-. eond. Th< th dli qu 1
1 OW? ? ol I." 1. ??!.;. 1 n ir. and
the race n.u- given t?? Peter Pan IV, aith
the Tii - end.
in tat oaa d? sign i laai boat No Id, bo?>
kanglng to the aflt? bell brotliera, of lb ?
ronhara rachl Club, won the (Irai prise,
--?,
HIGHER, MORE LIKELY.
; ba iai it?
rom tin 1
Ina around t N? Jersey. 1
givia? bird , , ;....,,,. fat,
aauag and more pi? ntlful th in In many
j ?:ira. J rl i ouglit to 1 hu und? r
th? Uguii... ci formel aerovlaning .? .
RIDING OF THIS BASEBALL BRONCO NO KASY TASK.
*^?*<-V*
!/ivm uraion
Superbas Defeat Phillies Twice
Without Difficulty.
?
ALEXANDER FIRST TO FALL
Then Earl Moore Tries His Hand
and Meets with a Sim?
ilar Fate.
Two stirring victories over the faltering
riiiiiies st Washington r.-irk yesterday was
tho recor?! of Brooklyn Humbling the
prkle of tliei Quaker <"lty pitching staff In
the mornlnp pame, the Buperbas Jumped
all orer Alexander and Karl Moore, captur?
ing Hie pame by a si?ore of ." to 2. In tho
afternoon battle, with Q, Napoleon Bucker
as artist, Brooklyn Wielded the whitewash
brush, at 5 to (>, while M?iore, who again
tried his luck, and ?'urtls looked on In
silent admiration. The crowd ??f nom?* flf
teea thousand "fans" had cheered lustily,
for state occasions are rare In Hrnoklyn.
While Rui-ker pitched a preat pame In
the afternoon battle, ho was aided and
alette.] at every angle. Philadelphia sim?
ply didn't want the gsme, bo Brooklyn bad
to act apt it. six srrora were spilled nionp
lbs route, which flpured prominently Ir.
the result. Knabe is a pood second base?
man, and while he had the rlpht Idea of
tl"ldlnp tbs ball, he la-ked the execution
thereof, and his r,fV|r work in the fourth
largely responsible for the runs
ma'le. Moore was In a pood m o oil ; !.-?
ted two error:' t'i tbs cause Ti.^
"fans" cheered all hands wildly when they
????l to get the ha:: and hold on to it.
Ti'K-ki-r held his rivals ?Town to lire hits,
r,Ser the spell ?if hin work the piule
was never threatened. Nine hits were
I from Moore.
Elmer Rnetser pitched one of bli good
pames in the morning end well dessrssd
to win. He confined t?.- Bragging of the
visitors to lire bits, three of
were bunched In tbe second and third
Innings and sent the only two runs scurry*
er the plate Alexander weskened In
tbe seventh inninp after the Buperbas had
combed him down f"r 8 run In the fourth,
and then, bunchinp four hits with a Stolen
? and ail I rror, BCOTOd four runs an-l
won the game. Moore entered the game'
In tve eighth innlnp, but BO was hit sif.-lv
twice, an.) these, srltb aa error uri'i ,t
on balls, produced two runs.
Philadelphia scored la the second lnnim*
of the mornlns "tame when Be k doubled, |
took the far turn on B sacrifice and i
counted on ?> well worked BOjueese. A pass ;
to Knabe, w i 111 Lobert'a double, pare tl em '
a run in the third, but Brooklyn counted ;
?m?? In the following frame Daubert was
passed, but '?vas forced by Wheat. Zach I
atole ti-, midway, to score on a tripi.- by :
i lummel.
nits by Hummel. Humphries, Zln
man hu.i Daubert. with s stolen baas by
Zimmerman and Madden'a error, pro
four rum In tbe seventh Inning, and when
Moor? took up the fight in the following
fram?, M Oui on and Erwin,
i" il iimmel and Lobei t'a ai roi
? ? . of l
Brooklyn had h Held day in the after-!
noon battle, and scored In the tlrst li
The foul i i ball to 'l oo|? . waa s ? lid
anil tbe batter w? n( ??? second
threw I ?aubei t'a sa. i ;'i ?? wild, ai
v.? r ? : afe. will!" Jake and W in . i
?\ re douhl? d To? !? scored fi om third
i ? , erl and w. ? ? fely in th<? third
frame ahd .- ;ored a i in, and 1 I - ? In
two erroi K ibe, with doif
by < oulson and Zimmerman, pro
three puna . h? : nal tally of t>.>
was nia-li- ;? | ?ii frame on a rj
by Daub? rt ?'. 4 tiummi I a hit f?.r a
Tbs score tollos i.
MORNINO GAME
P.HO.iKI.YN l'li:i.Ahi:f.llll \
i a - ni> r lb, > a ? I
? .'41 Knab. 2n z i o :i .*, .
i. lb ;: '. . I'J '? 0 i .--.. rt, cf. 40 1 .
H i.? it, ?:. i i .. i h i ? o i l ?.' l
2 2 0 .V ..-??, If .40.i
'. ? 1 i 1 " " l:?- ,-. if. . 4 1 1 -i Oft
f 801 8 OOi | . , -.. Ih 20 1 S o "
y 10 2 2 201 201210
. 2 ..o 4 I h v i " ?? 1 1 .i
1110 2.1 1 2 I
? i i 11 11 ;:, i. K11 ' I ' ? 2 . ' ' >
: 2 '? h .. I h
; Moore, p.. . . 0 00
1.i ,
1.:
as? ?si it i ?-??? i ? 2* ii s;
?Bat i '.?
I?
'.?i . o n ., i o o 4 :
?i ? i o o ?. .. o ,, ]
a. 7
lliunii,. I ?
-
i. ? - ' /..
? ;.
? ?
< ?:? hi ' '. ? : 2. AI. ? i.. |. i .-. :.?.. .1.
iii'l-lly Knl* i; I . I: by !
2 Ulla? Off . ; .
Moor?, 2 In 1 l it
ASTERN. '".'. '?
BRI OKI.. N. I ,111. W'l I.l',|| v,
r lb pa a? ?i,r ?
i ?> 2 4 1 Knal 21 loi? 2 1 2
1.1 12 S II I 1 ! . ?? ? 3 0 | 100
If 3 i> 1 2 00 Tltu?, rl 100 0 fl l)
H : -. i n I ?t 4 " I ? i ? i ? St. . 4 '? 1 100
. i n 1 .. " : ? ? i:i-,'
ri 4 ! :i 2 . ?? cf 4 0.
i St) 2 1 1 110 Lu ! .'? ? lb 4 00 I 11
4 " " 7 ?.
Hu-1 er, p I ? 0 " 2 0 K l?ln i 10 1 :i ;i i,
?- 2. 4 1
I ?|.
! .??iril? ? .i .
T?tala II 81087 183 i ? ji 12 r,
1 .10 11 0 >. 1 1. v 1
1. " 1. o 0 0 0--4I
Left on I 1 phi '?
1 ? . ? 1:
:
?
< ;.., 1 . ., u/h, ,,
Hunini
and 1 ?
1 on Moon
Struck ?.ni Hi Mnnr? 4 1 ? iim
bj ni?, hi r? liy M it 1 Wild pH. h
. Mo ire i" In I
1 j:;. 1 mj Ir? . Jolioaion? and 1.1 iun
Giants Fail lo Gain on *Ri-?aU
In Stirring Pennant *Race
v i rilante the Chicago Cubs ami the rittsburi? Pirates won an?', lost in their holiday pames vostor
,..,,-T*o?thaT"i!M-n"wera rK>d?n?w oa.onf tba 1o.k1.ts In tba National Laagne ^uuifne. ibg PhUliaa bit a snag in
l'.r
GAMES
NATIONAL LEAGlE
riiiliMlrlphiu at Itrniil'.l.vn.
Cincinnati lit I'ttNh'irgh.
SN beats it Chicago
111.MHS OF GAMES YESTETtDW.
New York, I] Hostim. 4.
BoMnn. I| New Vork. 7.
ISriiiiklvn. ??: Philadelphia, 2.
RroiikWti. ?i; Philadelphia, 0
Pittsburgh. 4; t In? Iniiati. a.
Clnrlnniill. I| litt ?burgh, I.
St. Leeds, 7; < hieugo, 5.
t Menge, .".-, st. Ia?aad
TO-DAY. AMERIC AN LEAGIE GAMES TO-DAY.
I.
NATIONAL l.l.At.li;
W. I* W
Hew Vork 7? U
f hliBKO ? - 70 4?i
Pittsburgh TI 5S ... Breo
Falls .... H? ir ????"?-*?
?TANDIN??
-jr. i- r.c.
SI. l.onls. ?I H ??">''">
eoa t in.iniiHti *',; el *j;nk
kl?n 4? 71 .401?
Itosto.l . . M ?1 AAM
Mets Vork at Rn.tuu.
t'hlrago nt < leveland.
Washington at Philadelphia.
St. Louts at Detroit.
RF.Sri.rS OF (JAMES YESTERDAY.
New Vork, I?; Boston. :t.
New Vork, I Boston, 1.
llilluil-lphln. I| Washington, 8.
Washington, ??; Philadelphia, 5.
Cleveland, it; Chicago, S.
Cleveland, !l; Chicago, 2.
ft. Lenta, 7; Detroit, S.
Detroit, 10; St. l.onls. 8.
AMERICAN LEAt.CE STANDING.
IV. I-. P.C. >V. L. P.C.
fhlhi. 80 44 .??1.1 Boston .. 03 t?-* .??14
Detroit .. 70 50 .<?0:< ? lib.iC?, 61 60 .480
Nrw Vork S?i ?10 M4 Wash'ton 53 73 .421
t'leveland. '?<> ?0 ..V.*4 St. Louis. 37 87 .19H
EASTERN LEAGfE GAMES TO-DAY.
Newark ut llaltlmorr.
Jersey City at Providence.
Montreal nt Rochester.
Toronto nt Buffulo.
RESl LTS OF GAMES YESTERDAY.
Providence, 4; Jersey ( Irr, 1.
Providence, 4; Jersey City. 1.
Biiltlniore, 7; Neu ark, 4.
!'? ililni? re 11; Newnrk, 6.
Rochester, 4; Montreal, 1.
Rochester, H; Montrent. 2.
Toronto. .1; RulTalo, 4.
Toronto, 8; Buffalo, 1.
EASTERN LE.W.IE STANDING.
w. i., r.c. Bf. L. P.C.
Rochester. 8!) 44 .?Ma Montreal - 03 ?9 .477
Toronto .. HI 60 .61?! Jersey City 53 78 .40.1
Baltimore. 78 M Aft Newark... 5t 83 .881
Buffalo . . 64 65 .405 ProvldVe. 4?1 84 .354
MS I I LOSE
?Collision Between Miller and
Campbell Costs Two Runs.
i Pittsburgh, Beat I nttaliasrgh btoke
even to-day In a donbla-hssder with Cin?
cinnati, taking the mornlnp ejsuns by b
of i to I by s fres ase of pinch blt
? the afternoon p.?me at I
to i. whi a, la the eighth Inning, Miller
collided with Caunpbsll In s Bcramble for a'
fly b.!'.. letting In two rm
The afternoon game developed into a,
pitchers' battis after the Bret Inning, both
Humphrlei i ?less
BUB] - '
The | .-i re . follow :
morning, game.
PITTSBUROB, 1 CINCINNATI.
abi U>po n e a?.ri
Bvnv. 8b. Sil i BO Be her. if *0I 'J 08
? If.. 301 2 1 OB it. ?, cf. . 8 1 0 8 0 ft
cf.. 4O0 2 OO'Hol lltxell lb 500 \o 20 |
? rf 4 ?"? 1 <>'i Mitchell, rf. f. <? 1 2 88
21 in? a 4 1 Down?.-, aa 403 1 ? !
e.lb 4 1 S14 01 Egan, 2b. 8 11 l 88
1401 I 2< '.i int, 8b. 208 1 2 1'
! 20120 0 M. i.-an e . 20 ?> I 3 a !
rke. 0 00 (. |1 mond ... 000 0 ?' 0
Gibson, ' . i"" i 00 T Clarke, eOOO 0 o<>!
units, p 210 8 SOl Keel i 1 1 ? I 1 *?,
1 ?I 1 ft 0 0 "!:T?J!I>. . 100 ft 00
. ....... ft .??par, p.. 00 i> o 00
p <.> 1 "
? 88 i s 27 IS l| T?tala. , 89 I 7 '.'4 tl I '
? ttSd for Sinon In Mxth InnlnK. ?' II
tor ? ' I ? In Fixti: Inning IRan fer Wtb :\
In ?lath Irnlnir |Ran for McLean In eighth
? i i'', i for Keefa in elsrhtti inning.
rali. 1 ti .. i. i 2 ft 0 x 4
Cincinnati .1 1 " i 0 0 8 0 0?1
hli Beeebei (3), D. an???? Thr? '
? - i.. i. .in (hell t ? rtfica bita i
i2>. Grant (2) ?'? M .
I.? ,m Htolen baae Gran) I ? pla* Carey
und Clll -i Fir?! i>. balli Off Camnttx.
I ?? i\- ? '.-. 2
tr. 1 Wild i ' imnlta, 2. t ? ??
? ? lnnatl.fi P"lr ?
? Ituburgh, '-' nnatl, 2 I
? f Cai 8 Innlnj 4 in 3
7 hi 7 Innli
in i Inning, Tint?, i ?'??'?
an CRN? on <; ma
CINCINN Ml PITTiBUROH.
? al r i h pa ??' - ah rlbpo a e
r If -? i) i o 1 ?? B? rne, lb . .'. 0 '.' 1 '?<?
? S o 1 2 OOlCarey. if. . :; <> ft 4 00
lb 41 1 S 1 O?. amp! ell rf .". i 1 I 00
l.rf 4 1 3 0 o ?. i . ,. ??. of .. 1 01 1 1 "
I 2 8 2 ?. Ml i 2 i 0 .. 3 ?'? ?*
2 0 2 1 : .' M K hnl? ffa I 00 D 08
?: o o 3 ?>?' "? < m f | 00 I I o
0 i :. 30 '. ?on, ? . :?- ? '. 4 l <i
. : '? ?? 2 ? I o 20 '
Totala M i il -7 ll? Total- . 3818871881
i ? i .I <. .. ft.| i
" h 0 1 . o I I
?;?'?.
Aim? Ida
I".")il- play?I I Mi
rit I
H ? 2 H - l pit ? i 1!' Hun
i i
llt'mphrti -:. 1 Lei
7. Time?2:0 ? ' ??. :,ti I j
SUNDAY'S NEW-YORK TRIBUNE
Mailed anywhere in tho United State3
for $2.50 a year.
- a
TIGERS GET EVEN BREAK
Lose First Game to St. Louis, but !
Capture the.Second.
Bt i." i . B? pi i i'ii. ,t and Ht. i.., im
i ? dooMeheader here t...iiv Bt. Louis
? i Ita till - m i- ?? fifth and i-ixtii j
? ? . , wbils Pelt, sras effeel
? ? o ? ?? sren tbe Brsi game si 7
i ?? ?? olt, in the at renth frejne, bunched
hits of tbs ?-? "'"i fame, scortns
and won al bt t"
'i ? i or? fol
i ii;.- ; ?; \mi:
.. , mi h .i r
? ? ib i u.|.? '
Shot ton ' 6 " 13. 1111 8 t I
i i ?_? l " ' 113
:? lb 4 0 0 10 1 0|? rf 401 .i
.1, 4 1 '.' 4 10 11 ml ?? ? 4 .... I I 1 I
r 3.? I Ikr, If.., 4 1 2 ; >' " I
? i 3 -? -' . M 10 14 10
"? ?: i. . 4 1 '-' -' '. t Han urn 2b :; n h 2 00 |
4 i i i i ola.i ni n ' ?? "" .'. i ?>
' i 4 1 2 1 1 o Work?, p.. 3 " " 0 i ?>
l 0 '. .
I. -i
? , 11 n 181 181 M 7 I
? i itU i r. la Blata Innls*.
. ti 2 I " I -7
I? ? , ? ,, | -j ii n U '. ii n
' i ? M. lean,
I I : ?? . ., ,?. in- I'M Meloan U
i
I ? .
II .?? ..ii i. ,. ly, 1
! : ?
OS Works, | n, B'l Innlnga; off t-an.u..t?. 3
SIX STRAIGHT FOR THE NAPS
Cleveland Wins Two More from
Chicago White Sox.
rie.v?-litad, Sept. 4.- Cleveland made it
Mx Straight over Chicago here to-day. w|n
nlng both gemaa by ecoree of 9 to s and
I t? ?
Chl?2agO UFe?l three pitchers, all left
handera, in the morning pame, Cleveland
bitting each aara. Paarr pitched to, i>m
two btUtera, who douhled and singled.
(?Isiin's errors allowed Chicago to take
the lead la the tlfth and to tio the score
In the eighth, but hi? batting and base
runnlna etrened thtnga up.
Oregg pttehad effectively in the afternoon
?game aad waa brilliantly supported, ciove
land bttntthed hits off Olmstead in two
tanlnga
i'li" seres follow:
MORNINC; GAME.
, ?'[.r.Vi:i.ANIi. I CHICAGO.
al.r lb po a si abr llrpos e
Buteher.lf ?l 2 4 00 Mclntyre, rf 11 l lOd
aa 4 4 I 4 || Lord, 3b.. .. 4 2 1 2 00
? rf B2 2 4 00 Callaban, if 6 0 o 300
s. lb 40 4 7 O? Holte, cf.. . 4 1 2 10 3
' \ 0 0 2 00 McConn'll.? f? 0 l 2 2 ?
40 0 S 80 Tanr.ehlll.si 6 1 1 130
1110 8 0 ?'???Mrs. Hi.. 40 2 4 10
.s,,iitb. ... 40 141" i;:.?'k. a... 41 2 ?'.or?
ar.p S. lo Mo^rldge, p. 21 1 2 1??
. O?) o o 0?) Huker, p... 0 0 ?) 00 0
tStovall .110 0 00 White, p... 2 1 0 10?)
Planer, c. 00 0 0 <"?
, p. no I o i 0
I ?.' 141711 I Total? .. .38 8 11 24 8 2
for Smith lo eighth Innln?-. tHatted for
berg in eighth tuning.
ind .2 o i o I i i i x o
Chtcsgg.o i o i I o o | c s
? ' ??? v Iti la luven, i*aj .1?, Olson, Block,
Thrae>-bsse bus Jg?*kaon, Olson, ix>r.i.
! ?? runa Butcher. Bacrlfice hita Ifelntyr*.
[> ul>l? playa rannehlll, McConnell end Colline.
1 ? A hita ofl atogr, ipe in 4 1 .".
IT Ba r in no Innings (pitched t<>
I Ian?i.si, all hita otT White in 33 8 Innings;
- eft r*slkenber| In 8 Innlnxs; no bita Off
Bfrst baai on tails ? ?S
.. 2; at M i - Igi . I [III by pH
I ills By rslkenberg, l (Mclntyre). struck out -
b? Kalkenberg, 4, Mogrldge, 2, White, l. Kirst
U : C I ago, 2. I/eft
..n i?.-.s Cleveland, 8; Chlesgo, 7. Tima '.'??o.
AlTi:i{N'fi?)N (JAM!)
? '.kvv:i.\nii fJHICAOO.
lb r lb po a S ab r lt?po a a
r.lf 6 0 1 8 0 0 Mclntyre, rf 3 1 O I 0 0
; i l l 4 i Lord, lb?,. 4 ?> 3 2 2 0
-if I 2 1 I 1 0 I ? i ' ,::-m. ir -I 0 1 :. ?> 1
i lb 43 3 11 30 i'o !|.\ Cf.. .413 1 00
in .f i: 2 1 00l>lcfonn'II.2b 200 i 40
Ball, 21 .41 20 1 0 Mullin. lb .10040 u
Turn??r, Sb4 0 l 1 HO Tenneblll.aa 401 1 '.'1
?41 1 ?: IOC '.lins.lb 2b 400 7 00
Oregg, 1 t 0 ?1 1 2" pa rna, 1 ..101 1 19
lead, p 300 0 30
TotSja M I II 27 IT || Tota!? , 32 2 S 24 12 2
.1 0 0 o 0 0 3 0 x 9
co . l 0 o l 0 o o 0 o 2
Ti besa bits lij?le 12?, Hall, Boteher, i-or-i
12) !'? II? ..'i Bncrlflc? lut ItcConnell. Doubla
t I.? |.?i... ja kaoa an<1
Bmlth ' t ban m belli Off Oregg, 1 eft
? !. i Struck out By Oregg, 8; by <>'m
:-. id, 1 Wi: 1 pit h Oregg riret tu ? oe
! . ' 'hlCSjgO, 1 I .eft on bft?es
Cleveland. 4; Chicago, .'1 Tim? 1:3.?, fin
pli Kvana and II
a--?
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION RESULTS.
Indi .1,1," II . *! Louli trill?.
Louisville, ??. Indianapoiis, t
Toledo, :.; Columbu . I
Toledo, t; > 'oluml urn 1.
Kansas City, ',. Milwaukee, ?"?
K m :i^ City, 4; Milwaukee, 0.
Bl Paul v.- Minneapolis (rain).
CONNECTICUT LEAGUE RESULTS.
Bpringfleld, 7; New Britain, 0
New Kritaln, 7; Bpringfleld, l
Hartford, v-, New Haven, I.
Hartford, 8; New llaven, 2.
Dridgeport, 2; Waterburv, 1.
Bridgeport, I. Waterbury, :>.
in I i I Innrngi Left ?? | [aoats,
;? n. n. i | li ie, i i"
SECOND QAMK.
raoiT. I st. Louts.
. Ifa pO M . , lb I o I
- ? '? 2 0 2 .". 1 .-?;..tton cf g I 0 0 001
' ?'. ?"? 4 2 o " tustln 3b .". 1 4 2 :: ?>
Cwl I, rf B I 2 I ?m H?gsn lb, 4 ?> I x 1 I i
i ? - 0 I "? 1 I Upon? 2b 3 1 1 I I I
1118 00 . h? .-? i. if ;, i 2 I oo I
r.II? i 2 1 N I I m m rf. 60 1 1 lt|
lb 3 1 0 0 1 2 Walls, ?. ss SO 1 I 4 1
?"? ?i 2 .,, .] i g i ?i
1 ?? ? p 4 o i i I0|iamk< p .; i l I 11
V. Ill? it i?.I'owrll p . 1 l l 0 ? 0
I ,!,. ... i o ?i o on
Totsia a to ii if liai *r?t|ie.. .41 a la if li i
*'' "i ? f well in nlatfe laal
1 ? ? o 1 2 ?> 1 " | n n
lia n :t o i? I n o j i ?I
1 ? i hita Lake ?uetta ?'-'>, Cretrforti,
<]>'??? is, llorun HarrMca I. Dm li. lehsnly
'-'? '!?? ? n Double pi ly ?ustln snd Hogan
l*?a??.?l : . I HI II,,?.-. SI..I? II b.,H. ? 1'iibll
'-'? tVnlU? . i ska wn.i pit.li i.Hrttt...
i ' in until. i ?.fr win. it, i.
ofl r.,?. ii. ?J Itruofc out By
I tie, S b) IVIIIett, i Hit?
non? oui In 7?b.
? it P ?a all i m :i innlngi off Lafltte, 18 in
>n ..oi m Bth. off win. i?. non?
I . ft OH b ? ? M laOUl 11,
Detroli, 7 Tima 1 :?5. Umpires?o'l.ougidiu
?..u Egaa,
?irons mm, m
Win and Lose in Two Games with I
Washington.
Philadelphia, Sjopt 4? Washington di?
vided honors wit!? the Athletics In the
gamos D8T8 t'.-ilay. Philadelphia winning
the Btoralng same by a sests of s to 3 and
losing the afternoon rontest by a score of
6 to 6. in eleven Innings.
Mack's men v.on the morning game by
hitting tho delivery of Oray very hard in
tho third and fourth inning. Canhlon, who
took Gray's place, was sffsctjes except In
one inning. The rlsitors scored all their
runs In the f?cond inning, Cunningham
driving in three men with a two-bagger.
1 A feature of the game was Oolllns's feat of
'????curing four bases on balls In as many
times at bat.
In the afternoon contest the visitors over
eame the home team's good lead In the
eighth ??nd ninth lnninqs und won In the
? len n'h on Tonrny's two-bagger and
j Milan.? single. Johnson, who was used ns
;i ptneb hitter In the ninth Inning, drove In
the run that tied the BSOfB, and then went
on the rubber ami held Philadelphia safe.
Tin- scores follow:
MORNING GAME
rinr.Ai.i-r.i'HiA. \ Washington.
air liipoa ? abr lhpv> a ?? !
Lord. If... 3 2 2 800 Milan, cf... 4 0 1 2 10
? >!?1r!ng, cf 8 O ft CO ft Morgan, lb. 488 0 2 1
Collins, 3b. ftl .? ::ft<. Henry, th.. 40111 lft
Raker. Ib.. :? ft 1 1 lft Geaeler, rf . 4 1 l 1 <><?
M.irphr. rf 3 1 2 200 Walker, If . 3 12 1 ft ft
Mi-inn*-. Ib ."O O 7 <> 1 McBlide, m 211 4 2 ft
try, aa., 41 I 200 [Cun'bam, 2ii 3ft l l 18
Lapp, .-.. 41 1 sin Ainamltb, o son .7 30
Coomba, p. 42 3 i .""?** Orar, p_ i<>ft 1 3ft
I Caahloa, p.. 2 00 0 | ft
l*Elberf?kf.. 100000
Totals... 27? 10 27 7 l| Tota!?... 31 3 7 24 17 1
?Ritt*.* for Ctinnlni'ham In ninth innlnp.
rhti??i??!phia.8 a 8 s a a t a g?1
Washington . S .': o 0 ft O 0 ft ft ,t
Two-basn? hit f'uiiningliani. Thre?-h;i??? hits -
Baker, i^ipp. Lord. Pitching record Off Grav. |
s hit.? nn.l IS tittle? nt bsl In l*i innin???. ?'rf
??:. 2 til's and 12 tlmag at t.ut in 4'?. Inn
lug?. Bacrlflce t in Walker, McBrlde, Ainsmith. I
Melnnea, Oldrlng Sacrifice fly Baker Stolen
1 ? ? Ml ss Double pU> Gray and Henry. I
I ??ft on baaea Wssblngton, ."?; l'hila.i?lphla. '4.1
First base or? halN ? >ff Oray, I; off ?'nshton. :?;
off Coomb?, 1. First l>a?e on error?- Washing?
ton, 1; Philadelphia, l Btrack out By ?'??hlon, i
1 by Ceosase, s lirne- 1 4ft
aptfrnoon GAM 10
(TASHIKOTOK. nni.APKI.rm.V
abrlbpoael abr lb i-> a e
MM m. et.. 811 I ?.?> I.?rl If. . . 4 ft 2 1 "ft
It M'gan.Sb 4?"i :? 2<i Oldrlng, cf. ft 1 1 1 00
n, p 10 1 ft 10 Coltine. 2b. ?11 s 4 ?ft
.??.?tia??r*vr.ih B 12 11 2 ft Baker, ,'tb , M I 1 41
ElberTld.tb 110 ;t II Murphy, rf 4 l 0 1 ?. .
OeMler, rf. :t l l l ft?. Mclnnes, it? ?n> 2 IS 1 ?>
1 ? vviiker.lf n ft 1 2 "l Bsm BS..88 1 .'( :i I
M Bride, aa 40 t :t ?2 Thomas, c 4 1 1 7 rtfti
Ith, C 800 B l<i II M'ir.'il.p 4ft 1 0 20
Henry, e. 11? 3 20 Danforth, p 00 0 0 88
R.Walker.p .io<? 1 4 1 rtj?? ? >. 10 0 0 no
Conroy, lb. 211 ft <>.> Plank, p.. 00 o o 001
?Caahloa... 000 o 01
Tota!*... 40 ft?. 2 || :, Total?. ..44 ft 1.133 22 4
?Batted for Alnstnlth In riichth Innln* tn?tt..i
f. ? 1 ' nif .rth la teath Inning,
WsablRStaa., I 0 1 ? I 0 0 3 1 0 1 I
; I , II II I I ft ?I 1 (I ft I. ft I
Toro baa? hi'-.? Cooroy, Lera, Thomas. Pitch?
ing r??.-"r.i Off E Walker. 11 bit!? In .'?2 tim??*
at bat In f> Innings. ..ff Johnson, 2 tilts In 12
ti t'-it in 3 ?anl?ge; off M. Morgan ?"> hita
in .".-. lime? ?. bat la 8 lawless, ??ft'1 eooa out
m i'?.- ninth; off Danforth, 1 hi? In ?> tins ? ?
bai in 2 Inning?; <?? Plank, 2 htta in 4 tin 11
1,1 in 1 Inning Socrlflee hits l, nl ?:> < ?11
? m - ?toi. n 1 1 ? ' 'i ii Ina, li:irr>. 1 loubl?
, . Mrlnnea to I .... Mctnaea; Blbsrreld,
M iiri'i? uni tJtti mi ba??'s Waah
Ingtoo, 7. I'tiliii-??'i rila II Piral baaa an baila |
..rf ir Walker. 4. off H Morgan, I; ?rf i?on
forth, 1 Piral I i?s on errora Washington. 4.
Philadelphia, 1 11? by pitcher Hy It Morgan
iKih.-rr II McBrl. Struck osi H? B. Walker
.!. !.?,? Johnson, -' by M Morgan ."? Psaeed
i ill Ainamltb Pliai 8:88. I'mptree Dlneen
and Parrtaa,
NEW ENGLAND LEAGUE RESU
W orcei Ii 1. IS; Haverhlll, 4.
Won . Bter, I; Haverbill, 4.
Lowell, ??. Lawreni*e, I
Lawrence, I; Lowell, I
Brockton, 2; Lynn, I.
Brockton, 3; Lynn. I
lull River, 12. New Bedford, 8.
i ..n River, r \>w Bedford, i
STATE LEAGUE RESULTS.
Trar. i?i; Albaay, ?v
Albani . I; Troy, o
ISImlrn, I, Blnghamton, 0
Khun.?, ?'?. Blnghamton, 8,
l 11. .?. i. Byi ..'i,.-.i, .
I'u? .i,3 ; - i.i. . '
\\ nu.'s n.irre. 2. Bcrantoa, i.
aYlllisa-Bsjnra, I; Herum*!?? ??.
liai m wm
New York Defeats Boston Red
Sox in Both Games.
WOOD AMONG THOSE BEATEN
Ford Wins Honors in Spirited
Struggle with Old Enemy
of the Hub.
Boston, fiept. 4.?Downing the Boatos)
BBSd B8B In lniiir???lve style in tv.?. Rames
here this ?fternfion, the Mass York Yan
kf.es kept par?? with the Cleveland Nape Ira
the atrugxle for thlnl 88808 In tho pennant
race. In the morning game the Yankee?
were ?uccessful in downing Jo* Wood, when
nUSfJT Dona van ?ent liis ?tar out to oppo??j
the main.stny of the Yankee?, BBBSBStl }-'ord.
The ?.-ore wa? 6 to 3. The reimlt et th?
?fteiTi.i'.n battle was n*?v< r In doubt. Tha
Ynnkn walloped the shoots of Karger, mak?
ing four safeties count for two runs In I??a
than three InnlnKs, while Naglo was s* em
less effective, and seven hit? were enouftr,
to put three runs across the plate. During
this time Jim Vaughn was running Blossj
like a well Stasi mnrhlne, and only In one
inning could the S?.x solve him. Then two
r*.?*" s and a hit saved the nfrom I ?hut
out.
Rerovering from the spell of wlerd base?
ball that marked their last game, the Yan?
kees |ilaved hall of the flr?t class. Errors
by Hartz? II and Blair marre?! the perfect
card possibility, but the bobbles helped the
?os very little. Hal ?""base never showc-d up,
more brilliantly. Througtiout the day Hal
was called upon to show his skill thirty
times, which he ?lid in approved style. II?
ma?!? several IlKhtnlnir pickups of hand
driven grounders In time to get his man Bt
first, whllo Home of hi? stops saved hie
team BSStes from errors. Bari Gardner an?l
Johnson was also in the lime light, and ?ev.
eral hanl hit drives found their final rest?
Ing place in the mit et one or thS other?
I.onergan was Ute batting Mar of the day,
ami In the first game he r.l'.icke?! four of tag)
team's nine hits from Ford.
Recovering from 8 lapse in the thin.
Inning, when the Sox bun?*hed two alr.irl?J
and a rmislner trlpl?? with Rlalr's err f
to count for two runs. Ford pit lied ?
good, Steady a-giBS. Xine hit? In all wer?*
gleaned from him, but he kept them BfcTBI -J
along well until the seventh frame, when
a triple, and a single gBTS them ona
more run. His control was goo?l, at,i
while he passed two men to the lines,
he at once, tightened the traces and fanned,
half a dozen. The Yankees could do little
with "Wood, and not until the fifth frams
did they threaten the plate. Then, how?
ever, they bunched four of their ?seven
hits with two errors and a hase on balls
for four runs, sufficient to win the gam?
In themselves, in the ninth Inning, the/
made two more runs on two glaring er?
rors and a base on halls. Not a hit
figured In the collection.
As many as l',iW> "fans" were on han't
to 6ee the morning game, and when tho
mighty Wood stepped out on the hillock,
glee relpncl in their hearts. I.onerrar.
w-.is the first to face Ford in the third.
Inning, and he hit snfely. On Rlalr's
error, the Irish lad rounded third from
whence he was driven home by a trip!?
from the bat of Speaker. Tris ?cor?*?!
easily when Engle singled to rlt"ht. but
then Ford stopped the levity.
Ford sineled to right in th" fifth inning
and Daniels hit to the sirno pisture Caff?*
gan made a wild throw to get Rert off first,
and hoth men advanced. A hit by Wolter
scored Ford ? HemphHl was pass?d. ?"ha s??
hit one to T^wls, who at one? threw S IM
to the grsndstend, while Dsasets ssjt]
Welter s?orSd. The fun was continu* l
when Hart7.??ll Blntrl.d, scoring Hemphlll,
but that was all for a while.
Yerkes tripled for -an opener In the sev?
enth and counted when Lonergan WSltopi 1
one f..r a simile. Some terrible attempts at
bSSSBSlI aretS made by the F x In II ?
ninth, and two runs went over for Nee*
York. Daniels was aafe, on an error by
Gardner and Rert stole second. Woltef
walked. Hemphlll went out, but CSSBS
was safe on an .?rror by Enarle and Danle'.s
and Wolter scored.
The Yankees missed several chances in
tho first lnnlnj* of the second gsaSS 1
made three hits count for one run. whet,
buncoed with an error. Daniela alnj-led,
but was forced by Wolter. Hemp-Il
singled, but Wolter was ?sleep off BeoSSwl
and was thrown out after trying for third.
Hemphlll took second and peered when,
Yfrkes made g meas ef a grounder b/
Chase. A single by Vaughn and errors by
Karger ami Gardner ?ave New York a
run in the third frame, and two mord
wer.? added in the seventh on hits hr
Johnson and Gardner, with a twobapser
bv ?lair. The stghth Inning saw the ?Set
run of the game, Wolter walked, an ! Btols
second as Hemphlil t'ann. d. Chase hit tu
left, placing Wolter at third, from which,
point Harry counted on Hartzens f.^rco
out of Chase at ssegetd,
Bases on balls to V? rkos and LoaSTSSSsj
with a hit from the bet of hopper, BBVi I
the home team fron 8 shat out In the fifth,
frame, (LinlgSB w ,s badly hurt while
sliding to basi In the second inning of tha
second game and was forced to leave tho
game.
T!.<? I "ore fo'Jows:
Moit.viN.; OAsli
NSW YORK. I ?OBtOH
ab r li> r<> a ? ab r 11> P"1 ? S
Daniele, if *> 2 2 ?' 0<? Ho-prr, rf. 4 00 ?) <? 9
\\..lt?r rf. 2 2 I ?? 0 0 ' Speaker. Cf. 412 <? OS
ll'nii.hill.cf :il?) l ?." R?tale, lb... :? 0 I I tl
<'h;:??. 11. 4 0 1 IS 00 I i ? I?, If. 4 <> 1 1 1 I
Hart ??ii.at?. Si", i 4" i OarS'er.Sb S 0 0 I i 'I
I'r.Sb 4 08 4 SOiCa-iisaa. c SOS I 4\
on, ?a 4 0 1 1 51 V. rk?a. ??..411 - If,
4<>?) 7 2 1 Lonergan. ?t 4 14 ? ' 1
Fera, p.... -?M o b0 Wood, p. .. ios o -te
?RtCgSti . 180 ? "J
Totals. .336627 172
U.it ,rln ... 0 o O n .??>
Totala. ...8188SI LIS
?Batted f??r Ifs >.l IS rtlnth lnnlns. ffJtes tr
.an m nlr.t! laalBg.
SJaw Y irk 0 H <t 0 4 0 0 0 I ?J
B ?ton a S I '? S S I a 8?d
Tbres?beea alta ? Yei-i?.?? si.-rin?.??
hlti L. Q irdi ? v ? -i ??:?.?- ?? i
bases?Wolter, E fl-ardner, J<>h;
Daniela, Chas? Doubl, pis* Johnaea t.. B.
Oardrier ti> ?ha?? !..'ft on bases Sem Y ?rk,
??. Boston, 7. Pirat baa? "n bau* 'if "
?L uff K'T.i ?. Kir?t base on ?
Y-.-k 4. Boetoa. l HI? I s pitch ?! ball B/
Wood, L struck ?.ut?iiv Wood, o. bv raa*8j
7 Time 2:21 Umpires Coaasili ?????
:
AFTERNOON OAMH
NKW ViILK ?WbTTOII
.,!.r lb so ae ?''"ltir a o
1?nn|.?lf4. If 4?> 1 " <>0 H??op?r. rf 1*1 I '
Wolt-r rf .1 1 ?' - ?' *' ' ' - ' *
Hemp'II rf 4 12" 00 RnKlt ^ . 4 " I 7 ' ?
<'hn?.'. lb 4 0 11s lOCarrtgan, i t " " ? - '!
Hart?'II rti. 4? I i 0 1 William* ? 800 8 ] S
i. .lui .t. 4 i I c 18 UOarSn'r.Sb 4 00 l II
.. SI 2 2 7<? R ?ert. If 4.1 l S 01
Rlalr . 40 1 4 301 Y?r? ?a, ?a ; ' " I ''I
Vaurl'.ti r<> ? ,l 4 8 I-imrgan.Sb ?01 4 M
IK u r*r, p 0.? I I
In?.:,., p ... 2'?.? I i?
T..t.,:. M ? 11 27 l?l 1 Totals ...8814STtit
N,,v rerfc.? ,. I I I M ( ! ! ?
BostttB . ? n . l
Tws-bsae hit Blair Hit? orr Karger? ?
in si ;; natns?: "f Nagle, 7 in S3 ? unu???.
. . || ?. r>|, stolen t '?? ?- Bnsl?.
w at ?r Doubla piara -T? rk.?. L""
cr? in un" Rn?le: Nagl?, I?nerf?n \??r?'?
,.,i i::lu.',,- i ,-fi ?in (- ,?.e? it,,,?..n, e
?, .. ( r*lrsi t..?!?.' os baila orr K?rr?r,
l ,,rr v??i?. i ofl Vaugha. I Flrat '?** aa
, sea >"?k S s ruok oui L> '< " * ?
?? b) V?'i<1.ri I WIM pH? * '
rim? i 51 i inplrea Cot boIIi ????S
Sherl?1 i".
a*m
TRI-STATE LEAGUE RESULTS.
Altoona, 3; HaiTisI UTg, t
Mtiu.n.i. S; Harrlaburg, 1.
Johnatown S; ^ ork ?
Johnatown, 6, Tv: k. ?
Lancaster, ?; Tten.Unif. S
Lan- ?ater. t!; Reading, I
Trenton, 2. Wllmlnaton, L
Trenton, 3. wunnm-toB? ??
_?-a
H0GAN AT OLD TRICKS.
\. -rperi R I ? ?assl I ???"? ??aaisT ???
,,f ?'nilf-'iiila. kn?" k."l ont Yo-itm?"
Evans in til?? fourth round <>. s twelee
p.iiii,! boni Itere ta?4ajr. Iha bout was held
lu U?s wv?u ***%

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