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Giants Win ^ Yankees Lose Two Games 7 Superbas Lose * Automob?ing ^ Boxing
Naps Take a Parting Fling at
Yankees by Winning Two Games
Joe Jackson Enjoys a Big Day :
with the Bat and in
the Field.
ONE HOME RUN ON LIST
Keating, McConnell, Schulz and
Warhop the Pitchers New
York Offered Up for
the Sacrifice.
Thai v- '? -r.d up their en
? ment at I mnda j ssterday !
with a-i entrancing double vic
I
entretins theii att ick with rare I
Skill, thl I bed out an inning '
:. ?i game for totat .- work I
piled up enouKh runa while they (
il It to swing .ach contest into
?nn.
The pitchers which ?'han e offered Up
efforts to
? ami auccumbed to
?t the inva-.. V ? ?UP* !
n waa
to he n"ied among other twirling sin-.:
SO that on the whole the visitors had'
If ulty in fattening tba
? ?
Tht Leader hopefully dis- !
Bay K. itlng In
Search of the laurels in the first gSlM,
. tient. Keatlog
han'. ? .ation with great discretion ?
?ve Innlnga piving only one pass .md
allowing ? But a pair I f hits
and ? alia with one out in
the sixth n?cessit?t? rea mi nt of
forces, and StcConnell vv ? to re
11a vr ?>.,. jroun
?ge did not distinguish himself in
.pting to pj|l out of the hole, for
? - mad? two wild pltchsi which let a
loss the plat! He
g the
Wast ? ?ti a trifle over three
while Keating allowed Uve The
Teal i atas "ff Kahler, hut had
? ting them Into runs
The two Bouthpsws, Bchula and Mitchell,
mu pelred In the second game, and
IbUted an uneven lot ' hing.
While thi had the benefit ft
the Cleveland
twirler. they could not make the fullest
? of them, because he allowed only five
nits.
B tula on the other hand, proved easy
? r tba Naps, who reaped eight
hit-- in three innings. A sharp drive by
O'Neill hit Bchula on the knee and forced
retirement in the fourth frame, after
three hits and an error had netted three
runs .lack Wat hop took up the burden,
and Ing a man, filling the besss,
in-up triple by < hap
man, bringing the count for the frame up |
t at] T ll was all the scoring done
by tba Westerners, as Warhop stradltrii
and held them to two safeties in tbe
last live frames, hitting one man and
fanning two, without giving a
Joe Ja. kson had a ! ig day and monopo
ght much of the time, ills
? in hot h encounters may be summed
Up in S home run to the flower garden
In eentrefleld, a double, two singles, one
bas? ? bal - four runs and two stolen
ha.-- i took ..are of five fiiec In
t..- rie.ld.
Binnaugh played a dashing game at
short for the Yankees, handling thirteen
chances- without an error Leibold gave
am, why ha would make a
. man for the Yankees with a triple
and three singles Ed Bwoamey caught
the first game, and made three hita
The visitors were the first to score
I engagement Jackson beat
out an Infield bit at the opening of tbs
nd inning and advanced te second on
???? ?? Turner hit one in
front of the plate. Heating's low throw to
Knight pulling the fielder off the bag, so
that the run:,- :.-, and Jackson
took third Or ? i to right, scor?
ing Joe, Turner going to the far station
lied Bl I I 'ariici was
d out by I'eck
After Chapman had fanned In the sixth. ,
Olson T-:ngleU and J.v kson walked. La
?ntre brought Olson home
and a pasa to Turner filled the tags
McConnell relieved Keating at this
Juncture, and the fir?t thing the new?
comer did WAS t" unleash a wild pitch,
which counted Jackson. Hartzell tossed
out Oraaey, Laajole scoring, and anoth.-r
wUd pitch brought Turner home Carisch
filed to Caldwell With one out In the
eighth. Jackson put the ball In the flower
garden for a home run.
The Yankees counted in the fourth,
when Wolter open?-) with a single a.?.'.
went to second as Caldwell beat out
a bunk Perk h*' rlficed, and on Knight's
sacrifice flv Wolter ??cored. Crees dou?
ble and Sweeney's ?Ingle In the ninth
netted anoth -i
The Naps sewed up the second contest
with six runs in t; e to urth Inning. Jack?
son, aa usual, showed the way with a
piping alngle to left. I,ajoie beat out an
lnfleld hit. Turner was safe on Hart
zell's fumhle. Jackson acorlng while
Oraaey walked, filling the bags. O'Neill
hit ?chulta on the knee with a sharp
drive, which bounced away to the New
York bench, letting I^ajoie and Turner
count
W?rhop sucreedeo Schulz and issued a
pass to Mitchell, filling the bases again.
After Lstbold had lifted to <'ree. Chap?
man tripled to left, scoring three runs.
Olson hit to i'eck, who nipped Chapman
at the plat?, vvl.ll* Olson was caught
stealing second.
The Yankees had numerous chance? to
but felled t" n.ake the best of
Them, because of Mitchell's ability to
tighten up in the pinches.
The scores follow
PWS-r (JAMB
?'LKVKLAN.' HOT rORK
a or h po a ? tthrh poac
I. ef fiOl 2 00 Hartz'. 4 S ?
??apar?an ea S 00 : 4 0 Wolter, cf . 411 2 0 0
Ol-en. lh |U I it Qaldavell, rf 4 0^200
Jackaon. rf 3 3 1' 3 M Ppau-jh, -? 3 f"> 1 4"
l?jele. 2r. } 11 j i i Knight, it. s n o ? l 0
Turn-r. |b. 31 ft 3 l8lCraie.ll. 411 a
Gra.n*), If.. 4 0 2 ! M MlaMrT. 3* . 4 t I
?"ar.?oh. '-.. 4 ? 0 | .? . ,? 488 5 1
Kar-.i?r. p.. 300 : si Keating, p.. ?oo o oi
M ' onnell p 188 0 10
?1 ? lela ... ooo o oo
Total?.23? 7 1-7 12 1 T'.tala .... 83 2 .< 81 13 1
?Batt-d for McConnell in the ninth lrinlns
Cleveland. 0 10 0 0 4 0 1 0?fi
New York r? o 0 1 0 0 0 0 1?2
PVat bes? on error- New York. 1. QSTBlSSd
1. Two-has? hit??Hartz*ll am! ?>?- Mom.
run?Jac kaon Becrtflc? hit P'lkinnauitri. .-'a.>
rllW fly?Kr.lglit Staaten I-him-h la.-kaon It?,
(irHTU-y Left r,n ha?e? New York. !.. i>ir
land. ?.lav-Turner and ."hapnian
Ha*-- en trftH??OfY Keatliiir 3. off McConnell,
I; off Kahler. 3 Struck Otrt B? Keatln-;. 3;
? MajCeertell : bj Kahi-r. : Hit i,. ? luh'r
-fly Mr'onnell (LaJOl*) '.'.'11,1 pit. he.? MC
?ANLBALL TO-DAY. 3 30 P.M. N. Y Am-??
"" v?? Chicago, polo Ground?. A'm. 60c. I
? Advt '
JOE JACKSON.
Who was a thorn in the flesh o? the Yanke? rday. All hi
was to make one home run. a double, tw? c four
runs and to steal two bases. t
PIK ONCE MORE
_
Hit Hendrix Hard and Make
Off with Three Games
Out of Series.
Pittsburgh, July B ? phis ham
merei-l Jl ndrtS it ' I r:.'..t Urn- th:
ternoon and defeated t!?< Pirate? easily
by a score of 7 to i making it thrr? ..ut of
fo'.r in the BCri??
Triple? b) Butler and Hendrix were
mainly responsible fo four
. and with th< tie In the
sixih i .....in Bent in Mexai der t.
plant Mayei Of! Alexander the F*li
got only two hits, while the vUitors kept
aft.r Hendrix steadily ai I added three
mor.- runs to th?ir total
A finale by Becker, a has?- on ball? to
Cravath and a single by Doolan gave
them the winning run in the eighth
a'ioed two more jn the ninth.
The Bcore foil?
I'HII.AI.KU'HIA PITT8B1 ROH
;?o a ? ..
Tank-rt. et 4 i 2
Il 1 1 TO Car? It ? :
Ixtiei-t. 3?- 4 0 1 i
Becker, If 12 2 1? is.. 401 3 2 0
rf I 0 1 ' 1 1 01 Miller, < i
.*> 4 1 1 13 00 WH? i. rf 101
Doolan. m. 4 0 : 4 4 0, vi-x 2b a i n 4 ? <>
Klllifir. c 4 1 2 11 0 -,???. 3 A 0 fi | I
May? i trlx, p.. 1 l :
i Alesanoer.pl i I
| Total), ...| TOtah
' 11 lelphla l ? 0 a ?? i ?> i S 7
Pittsburgh o o ?-? o -? ?? .? o o i
Thre?- haue hit I I
rlfW I i" Knal "? ?
?.?up. P Hal || hla G
(XT y ?_ .
4 ir :lnx? 1> ?ubl? [ I Y|...\ and
OH M.-. ? 2; off Hen
?irix. 3 strack oui By M? ? lie?
un'le:. 1: I
Tlnie-1 4* t'mpirei B
TORONTO. 5; PROVIDENCE. 4.
At Toronto: it H.E.
Toroi ? I M I M I I I S l'i ?
Providenci Mi 1 It I IM 7 I
Batterie* Bemla; Mitchell
BALTIMORE, 5; ROCHESTER, 3.
At Kocheetei : R H IX
Be i more.o l 0 3 i o o o ?>-:, i; i
Rochester. 0 0 ?j 1 u ?? 1 0 I?J S> 1
Batteries?Cottrell. Danforth and Ekuh,
Wilhelm and Jackhtsch.
Cetuwll, : Hits?Off Keatlns I In '1-3 Inn?
ings, off M p. Til
Umpires?E|.
?SD GAME
( UCVSLAND NE '
al? r I .,;?:
13 1
? ..; r.ar?.ci- .'. ?j : i . ' ". alter, ? f ? .
lb . ? 0 0 T 1 i ;
J?. kron. if 412 1
II 1 ?10 Knight. 11? . 1 '? <i 12 0 0
i 3h. 21 0 ISO,?
Oraney. If. 11 1 4 M 11"
O'N? .' 41 2 J0?i ?????? 0 < I I
100 I i "
y , ' f' H
#
,;?... 34? n tl '.< i Total? .31 3i:;m
?Hati.-d fer Warhep la the mn?h laalag
fie-.-Und. 0 0 0 I 0 ? 0 I
N-w York . 0 1',
nmt bas?> on ? York, ?. I
lan.l. I, Tvvn.i .;??,.? bit?Jarkeon.
''liH?.inan. I...
Sto|? i . . ? um i. Ml iKiff
!.. ir r,n bases?Net? i
Double plays? La
off w'arhnp 1, ??ft Mitchell I -? 1?
m hui*, l. bj Wail,..,.. .. b) Mitchell : III'
t.v plrrher?B] War hop .hajoi.j H"
Behula h In 3 In ? oui in fourth):
off Warhop. I in I inning? Tin-.?? 2 00 t'm
pirea?Dlne?n an1 Egan '
HOME RUN IN NINTH
BEAIS IHE INDIANS
Lennox Delivers Winning Punch
After Newark Had Made
Gallant Stern Chase.
?
Mo?? al. Jul ? -? homer o? r
the eft 1
f? ,-tt? l Newark t?? day bj a re of 4 toi
Barfer ?ras In mu hi le ? irly In the
b 11 h< Id Monti eal to t?
Dale held Sewarli til the
? .n Daltoi : un, follow?
Ins H
Montr? al batt? d a rui the
1 Ighth, but N< i? be? k la the
Qets'a hit .-. . . 1 ?
tw o w ere out. Tl red the
MONTREAL NEW
ab 1
111 4 ? 0
H.401 1 It
II . .lui
!.. . ? ? lb 4 ? ?.
101 1 I I
I I 4 1. 1 - r>
M , .... n 1114 ? ? I I 1 2 I ?
p.... 31 1 I
I '? 3 0
Totl 13J ?V. 13 :
run 1
'1 2 '1 o '. ill
. (1 ?. o .. ?_' 1 .1
Horn?
hit -Purti L*fi Montreal, 11,
? k. :: 1 ' . H
: ?I I.? 11110X
PtOllI
? .. .
1 ??I
SKEETERSSCORE TWO RUNS
Poor Showing, However, as
Buffalo Piles Up Seven.
1
Buffalo, n 1 ).?Th? Bkeetera
evidently ueed up ??n of theli ateam in
on Mondaj for they
wti?- a tame loi to da ? and 1 ?
ron by ;? si ore of 7 t-? -.
There sraa nol an Inning thai
"Herd" did nol find Coakley f-?i a Ml
or two. led with four safe
drives, and Tun Jordan followed nith
Ihre? pa
The acore followa:
BUFFALO. 1BRJB1 1 1 rv
,
!.. Idl I "'I
:., Ii- 101 1
be. rf.. 401 1 II
? n 1
Ja? ka? - 1 ' i 4 1
I. i I
a? 11 l 041' Breen ? -' 4 1
! 1 0 100 Blali, 1 1
Frill, 1 111
... ... ?? 1
1.
1 In ninth ?
1 ? 2 1 1 I I x '
I 1 I ?>.
?
Mil. 3. off ?
Frill, :. by ?oak!. I Two-bai
'
1 ' ?
? 1 ? I ? Han
? . r, baa? - Buffalo 11.
in "? Pur?
I tell to Olhi ? ? to Ionian
I'm? '?? Hart. 1 lino?! ."-? \t
ten.lance, t,
a
TRI-STATE LEAGUE RESULTS.
York. I: Trenton, I
Alle.itovvn, ?.': Atlantic Cltj
Wilmington, a. Harrlahurg, 4.
GIANTS PLUNGE ON,
WINNING MO GAMES
Demaree and Fromme Parcel
Out Five Hits Each to
the Cardinals.
MEYERS TO THE RESCUE
Two-Bag?er by the Chief Opens
Way for Only Run Scored
by New York in the
First Struggle.
Bt. Lo ' I Amp!? re? ?ngi for
nil ? aufferc i t tl
r.sndi of the St Louia ? ardi?al i tl
tit. Oianta thla after*
tn.oii wham tb? team Into
t in the Nations! L? tau? r k r
Bringing th?ur visit here t.. *u| end, the
ehsmpiona took both gaaws of s crisp
double header. This ?ave them four out
Of the i" the s.-ries and nii.tur.illy ?
much re].it. in- fir Johnny
i ra of Chicago, arho was a-rls-rlng bo
l,itte.iv- i f. v duya ago ov.r the w.n ths
lead? to crack "n the prats
.-M trip The smn-s arete I t.. o and 1
to 1.
IfcGraW asked two of hia "second
? ' j Itehen to t? seta tba ? 'ardinala
manners tin., afternoon, and the bons
M,i.o,|,d in sca-artng one run off
them in eighteen itmiriKs Al 1" maree,
the KoutNrn shut*OUt kln^, SfhO eannot
fh.ik?? "ff his old habit?, was In rliarc* of
the o| : whitewashed the i.irdi
holdlna th-m t.. fiv? * attered ',it
resched tiiird bass This
-. i Mo'.vt.-v, Wim '.. 1 off with I doubts
in the sixth fr.,ri" D i to
Mev. r to ascrifice, but HuKKtns
drew i pasi Tl ?a tightened ?ip
and M igee ?arent out to M? rkle una?-?'' ?? '
tossed Osk?*i I t first
Fromme e-veryl rpjr 'n
the ? ' ind i ? "sr*
.lit .i. .?!? Ilnv
ittlng to flv? ited
...
failed t"
? ? ? . .? had
four ? It was I re I
...
with c-onsider
Sble ? '?? ? ' i ? '
? ? ? to ths an i Fie?
hita '?? ' - glya the
1 ' ? - bad up by
? M " with n <!
In th. ? led th>
. .
tory for Ne?
Bllm tried to f ' ' ? s ? lient
I
? ? ?
, inert j
twirling I inn
ng tl
? tl n to
.-?? the
... ., . thlni
lit In the
the final tesi lei ? i a
?
? ? He
gnei Ian briil
? ? ? won the
left field
Tl ? |r
? ? ird vv hile Hugglns was I
?
i hlch
? ?. . ib? i
? ? ? 'n third Burn?
Stell ? ? ' Odd,
ng a perfect throe, t ut
?
iftsr th' sea si '?
? hour M'lth two out in
Fletcher ail sled to la ft
Whltted fun
Doyli ? . to third H?
ted on a I il with l.nrr- ,
'?' :.. sn i thro...' Doyle
..-. the error, but Me-ki?
lifted to M
In th? third frame Hums lined the ball
? M ige? for a hORM run In the sixth
Her*"*:, who ni'i .? the fur st.itt"ti
irhenevi fsees ths Oianta
bounced a ?inirle off Hugs ? and
went I nd oi Fleti her'a In' to ri?:i,t
I loyli 11 th runnei t bas? with
and Hit/. inted on at? r*
klc'a ?mash to Whltted Fletcher being
? wean I I bsc*
1
. ! fr"m anothT
' when Whltted walked In the
and Konel fled
Konstchy al 8i con i. and
held th* ball, Whltted
the plat?
Th? ? ' "low:
NRST QAatl
m:\\ rORK gT :.
?hr h po a ?
. i 88 Husstn? i : on 4 4 o
4 no : oo
i ik-a. rf l o -, i j ft
I' . . i" . a " win', i ?? 188 8 tl
? I o geneti ay. lb 18818 no
Evai ? rf ist : "0
M.,-i? . 113 8 1 8 Win*.. - 3 '? 1 2 3 0
' . ? h
110
aula il Total? ? I U
rorfc ? o i o o o ? o 8?1 j
II i "U . o o o o o o o n n?o,
Meyer? Me? ici In. a
!' I '?!:.,. ? 1' llilKSlna
ti. Konetrhy; Hiifgli to Konel in, rialcner,
i. ??.! ...ils. 4.
fork, i First i."-? 'in ball??Off Demsr?e.
i. Dsab
iliurni '???? iHugsIni I ?"truck out?
h I temare?, '?. bj (".ak. 1 I Im.- l tf 1'ni
KD OAMI
.'. r< UK R LOt'IS.
at. i h 1 " ai al-1 I. -,'on *
r. .m? Il a t l I '. " Huasina !b !S8 1 3 :
Heroic. V ? M >l ?? If 188 f 88
I '. t | nal?-?.. . f a no ; 0"
Dovl 18 1 88 'v i.if.. i aa. SIS S SI
lb 8 8111 8 8
- . f I r. ! ft ft o
t : ? M. i.. m i 18? 1 1 I
Snoda f 481 8 8? Wlnso ' 188
? ", 401 i ? o
. 11 o an
? -
? then
'..':? I r ? ..f 31 1 :. -
? itted for ''. raw m the ninth Instas
fart 18 18 8 18 1
. n a n i o '. i
' ?? I'hltti - Hone rue
Hltl "ff --ill-,. I It. T Inntri-,*.. off
i In . Inning? Sa .- Ifl< ? alta D
? her, Mm m ? i?i
10 M'lhl. I-ift on
' ? ? '.'-Ik. I Pa--?- ..it
: . eff I'i'.inm,. t Strii. U otit
r.etnm-, 3
m Eeaoa and Bara aaaa
EASTERN ASSOCIATION RESULTS.
'i' y, 7; Merldei I i",rsti.
\\. tei ?'luv. |; Mariden, 0 (sea-ond)
Hartford. '? Pittafield, i (1
Hartford " Pittafield, I |sea*ond).
Now London, I; New Haven, 8.
Springfield. 1, Bridgeport, 1.
RAIN HELPS ATHLETICS
Win First, but Tigers Are Ahead
When Storm Ends Second.
Philadelphia, lui) 8 ?Philadelphia ?hut
out I ??troit to-day hy th?' s. or. of | to 0
In th<- first ?jam? of a a hedtuei doubl? -
h? sdi r Th? second p raa ? alii d in
the third Inning en account of s thun?
derstorm. The hOBTM t?nm scored one
run in the s??coD.i Inning of the second
gerne, end Detroit ha?i two runs In snd
th? hases fuS with two out in the third
ahen th?- gam? aras stoppet!.
Hall and Btanage ?rere th.. hattery for
Detroit in the se??>n?l K?me and HOUCk
and Lapp for Philadelphia After the
base? had been (llled Hoock ?raa taken
out an?i Leatle Bush substituted, but the
gam? ?its called before he had a chance
to pit*, h a ball
Th? s? ??res follow ;
PHILADELPHIA DETROIT
a!, r hpoa? al' r h p" a?
Murrbv. rf. 3 1 1 1 "I Bush ?-.- 300 4 30
U'al?h. if 311 500 Bauman, :t> 4nl l 10
I. 2b. 4 1 ? ? ' .r?i. rf 4 <">3 .' 10
I , ..... .f I I 1 0 0 0
M i? Ii Ib 4 1 . ? nn jiibIi. . f uno 0 00
?. cf 4 0 1 10 ?I Veacl If I ''""? ?
Harr: , aa. 412*10 Oalner, lb. 4 ?i> 0 : 2 0
Lapi - II 2 2 lOiilcKee. ? . 4 0 0 5 3 0
L ?? ? ; 4 0^01 0 Unrlarty, lb 101 3 I 9
Dauai i 3?1 ? 13
House, p..., HO 0 0 1 0
Tom. K ; I] :: ? i Tot? ? ?V ? ?' :? U 1
Philadelphia ,...0 2 I O S O I 1 s -I
Den i' 0 ' o .. ?. o ?i
M? Innes. Thr<? baa?
?it i ipp Hit? Off Daiui I In ?'? inninKa;
i 2 I rj Sacrlfl r
? ?
? ? . ' l-iln?-- Rnr ?..
; ..... troll
7 First baa? .u baila off Dause, 4. o'.i Hou*?*
l off Bro ? r i Piral bas? n ? rro ?
j ir i? li . r lu l<.-'.f i Hou* . '
1 Wild pltehei Pausa I2l Timo
1 S0 L'mplrea Hlldebrand ?r. ! H-an?
SENATORS CAPTURE SERIES
Engle Wins His Second Game
Against the Browns.
%V.nsh!n?ton. .T ? ''ishlnarton made
It three ont of four by def?atlnjr St
'?..?lay hy a s?-<,re of 2 to 1 It wms
Engle'a second victory in the per
In th? two ?.unes St. Loul? made only
"s and acoie.i only once
Lererem although batted rather freely,
tightened up with nx and kept
th?- acore doarn Errors h,?hind him
helpe?! Washington win the K?me
U ,,re foUowi
' ISHIKOTON ST ' ?
ahrh ? ? a ?
- , ; ?Jhettei ' I ? ? ? ? I
4 'i l n t n Rtovatl, lh . 11 1 II
: 0 ? itl I?? ] 401
11 112 0 0 i V ? i
tu ?on. if. tee
. .
? 02 M I?? ? III
!0?? !?!?? ?r?>ni. p !?l ? !?'
ptoO 1 I I
Tot? ? B 2 ? T? li : Total?. vi i 31'41:4
?i ???''. ' I ' hnatefl in ninth lnnln?
i o o o e t o o 0?3
ht. i . ? .. .. .? 1 .? 0 o n .? i
-r ?,-,/? hit- Ml
? ', III l U'i.'ilnK
M ??Off ?Leven ? z. 1.
: ? i-'. j i"'.'r? base on ? ni i I
' ? | toi HI! pitch?
it?1
t I'.-,?.?.. ?
nnolly nr..i P?--* ia?->r Time of gai
FIFLE TEAM FROM GERMANY.
Washington, juiv ? German)
?? .?itlon of heiMjr represent?-1 by
it the International
to he h? Id ;?.? ? ramp Pi try, Ohl
September ] to 1
NEW ENGLAND LEAGUE RESULTS
!..r? re? ?? i. New >??. iford. o (let)
n,-< Bedf i l. 7 La? r. nee i (.Ali
' ? ? . 1 ?let ?
Lynn,
I. ? :
Lowell |; Brockton, ' (2d).
Portland, l Fa : River, i*.
STATE LEAGUE RESULTS.
Syracuse, 7 Eltnlra. *
Tp.y. ,", Wilkef..Barre, 1.
1 i antoi i Albany. 1.
Binghamton, 3. rtu a, o
Baseball Race
in Big Leagues
NATIONAL LEAOt I. (.AMIS TO-D B.Y.
New iiirk at < hi? .??o
Brookl.t n al l'itl-bursh.
Philadelphia at < in? innatt.
Il<??,toii at >t. I.oni?.
REM !T> Ol OAMEi Yr>TKKI>AY.
New Virk. I; St, l.oui*. 0 il?! came?.
New V'.rU. Il M Leads, 1 (td name?.
( in<-lnnati. ?i : Hrooklvn. .">.
Philadelphia. t? I'lti-h'li. 4.
Ii?.?t??n. Si < hi?ago, 1?
NATIONAL USAOt'B sTANDIN?.
win w.i.v.r.
New York..?;, 2~ .'?' Brooklyn . 4? 4"? I?
Phlla. . vi ?i ,SOS n?.?ion . JS SI .433
( hicas" ?* W .."?Hi ? in? Innatl 3? ?><> JSS
Flttab'rgh |9 l?> .495 Ht, I?ni? M M .383
ANBEI? AN LEAOt I ?.AMI > TO-DAY.
I hi? Bga at New 1 ?rk.
Bt, Ixiiil?. a? IMillmlelphia.
Cleveland al Beaten.
lletroll al V, a?hlni?ton.
EEM its or OAMEg \ h-tumbay.
(levelmd. S| New York. | 'l?t>.
(level in,|. ?I; New Veffk, I (td).
IM.iladelphia. B; I>.-1r??lt. ?1 i l?t).
Philadelphia, ?i Detroit. ?? (So, r'di.
Hoston. S? f hlrago, o (tat).
r.. ?ton. 5: ? bteage, :' i*d >.
Washington, -: St. L?ale, l.
AMfHKAN LEAGUE STANDING.
?r.L.P.0. er. l. P.c.
Phlla. . ?in ;x 20*2,BoatoB . 4?? in ."?no
Cleveland HS IS .<"??'I Pet rolt .. 10 M .404
iVaah'toa "?"> I" A7SSI Leuta te SS ?tSS
Chicago SI IS AlONew Yerk?ta M 3i">
INTERNATIONAL LBAOVB.
DAM ES TO-DAY.
Newark at Montreal,
Jei-iev ( it, it Buffalo.
Baltimore ai Rochester.
l'rovMen? r? ,t Toronto.
RKsii.Ts or GAMES YESTERDAY.
Meatreal, 4: Newark, 3.
Buffalo. ' ; .terNi'v < il?-, 2.
Baltimore. "?. It<>< he-ter. 3.
Toronto, || I*r'?v1?lence. 4.
M 'ANDINO OF TKAMS.
w. 1. r < ?p. !.. P.r.
Newark (in It ,S7I Montreal. 41 .M .46:4
K"? beeter .SS 11 .vu l'rovidenre.4? ">4 ,?MS
Baltimore.41 18 ?SSTocoata . Il ?*>fl 43|
Buffalo. |S SI .4!?a.l.r v f Ity .41 ?,* .414
BRAVES OVERWHELM CUBS
Overall and Richie Hammered
by Stallings's Crew.
Chicago, July :? ?B rton showed a re?
ver-il of form to ?luv behind T'lek.lon's
B ? : tel Ins nr.?l thua evened U] I ?
with th?
of 9 to 1. The Cubs were
B Dickson'? twltiln?; and
two of ?rhlch
bunched
I.? rd >-?' a freak home run when he hit
inder te left Seid and the ball
led ?.ver the f?.-i. % t?
ahead ?,f him.
Johnnie Bvers got it: an argument with
club*
ows:
h. isn ?s
1 ab r h
I Ma* xille.ee 41 . I . 1 :
1
I
. ? ' .
?
?.
? 1 : m ? 120
Mann, cf.. 4
? ? 1
p 4 I I all
Total? 2M 1 . .
. 2 ?'. 1 ?' 3
.1 11 .. o 1 11 11 11
Two I ,? ? bita !.. n ??? ?iverall.
Home run
1
??
??..???
i .?
'" ' '
?
Wohle, S. Timo
' H
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION RESULTS
Minn? Ity, 1
Bt . Mtlwauld
Reds Climb Out of Cellar
at Expense of the Super bas
Kling Drives in Winning Run
with a Single in Eighth Inn?
ing of Seesaw Game.
Cln Innati, July II Daring ths ab*
?ene? "f their manager the Cincinnati
Reda vvi-n n hir'l fotiRht vtetory from th>a
it. iklyn Buperbas hers to-day, and after
a long sojourn In i ist plaa-e climbed up a
pear, aa the Bt I/iins Cardinale w.'ii> th?
?rletlrns of the Oisnta in two game*
A sharp rally In lb? etchth frame netted
the R.'ils three runs aid Rave thi m a
? to ?? viel >ry.
l'.'hl'ii frnt Walker, hin new plfi-h'-r,
>f th? Indian bihnson In nn effort to
'he fifth and last gSHM of the ?-.
ft.-r Kultur well f"r ssvsn Innlnga h..
fell l-*fore th.' heavy betting of th" horn.
forcee
l>irk HebUtsell t?..k .-harire of the ?quad
while j.i. Tinker went ti> Kansas City to
'?wise.' the ti.'.v In? of his sb I: wife to
their hume in Chicago
Johnny Kling pete-i out threo hits for
the Reda "n " of which ares a long double
f'i left If was his slturb t.. ilrr;. ien'r?
that H'Oi.'d two runs In the elphth and
Rave the frame to his team. Although two
Bronklj n tu.-n stole second, he showed that
his throwing arm was still strong by turn
Ing baa k three
Charlie Btengt? celebrated his return to I
.entre Sjeld f..r the Superbas by CtOUtlltg
the ball for ri home run in th.- fourth ;
Btania and a Stag!? In the sixth. While
Jake Deuberi area nut able to play first
base, l-.l.s Injured ankle did not pre?
him from buttlnf- fur Kitki.itrl- U in the
ninth InnltiR Klrkpatrbk and l-'lshei
he red the honors with Btengic in hitting,
while CutShaw .arrierl off the fleldlnt;
;?? by it-1 spring seven hard chance?
Brooklyn took thai Ised in ths ascond
frame bj scoring ?ne run after tve. we;..
down. Smith walked, took see.in.i when
'lu.h dropped Kline's throw to head hltn
? iff at th- aeystons Back and scored on
Fisher's doubla to lefl Miller lined out
tu I?evore.
Brooklyn's bad was short The Reis
came back with two runs In their half
Ii.id(re fanned, hut Bha Bled an I
I immer hammered out a home run.
I . th. Brooklyn
?ie's hit over the left ti. 11 fen ?
and (*ll
fie
In the ?.uth frame Brooklyn tried to
atoe aw.t\- tl . untlng three
times Cutshaw walked took third on
"n Wh> .it's
ion-: fly to she. kanl. Klrkpatrick doubled
? : gel home Kirk
patrtck .?saved t'i ste.il third, but butliled
bett.-r * nee. for h<
plate whan Dodge muff, i Kllng*a I
gh run?
in tu.- last of th.' eighth to win fJroh
doubled and took third . :i Hobby's "?t t"
??rob PSCkai
when Bheckard walked for the
third time. Cutshaw dropped Flerchnm
iiicr's liner, i"it made the put-out, whil?
both nf the nun on the bases advai
Kling then singled, rig 1 i and
Sh- .k.ird.
Th.' score folios ?
'?INilNNA I I UHU. 'KI.V N.
; I I? at>r
- .
liei.it> rf.. 181 1 I ? - ' 18 178
? i i i i l Hi . i i h h
HnMit.-i.it> a l I U i o " I 1 88
a n i t m K natrlrlclb 3 1 :
IV ,n lb " 0 " - '
She. k.H i if i :? i : on Ki-h. r. ?a I
H h'mer, a? 4 11 1 I ? . o ;, 3 0
Kiln-:. ?.. a (
rt..., loo 0 00
nrown, 1 1 .. ?> " oo
-1 818 8 8?
. o o 0 0 n II
Tel:, ? .1110
itted
fir Jnhn?on in aeventh Innlns tBatted for
Klrkpatrli k In ninth innln*.
? ' 1 ? ? . ? 1 0 2 0 1 o o o
Brooklyn 8 18 18 8 8 I 8?8
hit-- Kirl-., .
Kllnp Horn? . :. I?<?ri?rianiin*r
Hit? ' i, 7 In 1 ir.nit??i-- off Brown,
?
1 loublf pla) - Pnilth t..
,. ? 1 1 Ki-.li.-r t..
Klrkp itri ?\ Lefl ? ? n . ? 'In -
elnnatl I ' belli Off V
off 1 hnaon, 1 Hi' b) pitch? 1 M. \v r.k.-r. 1
I Bate? t.. John
?on, I; bj Broarn, 1. L*m| .. and
? : i^
Chas. Baker & Go's ?
AMERICAN, COLONIAL, GOLF ?& SPORTING OUTFITS A SPECIALITY.
Largest and Best Stores in LONDON for
TAILORING AND OUI FITTING.
Leather Hat Boxes, Trunk?, Bags, etc.
271-274, High Holborn (illustrated fashion book frbb.)
41-43, Ludgate Hill ?close to st. paul5.i
137-140, Tottenham Court Road (?near britlsm museum.!
Of
Handbooks Doing a Lively
Business in Chicago,
It Is Said.
DRAW "FAIMS" FROM PARKS
One Observer Says the Fever I8
More Rampant than Wag
Policy in Days of its
Greatest Hold.
When Charlea W. afurphy, pteaMaat-j
I? ago Cuba, api ? to th? n4.
Uonal Commtactoti, tho auprema oaurt of
baseball, on Monday for an investiga.
tlon o? certain "leaka" by which Chicago
l ookraakera pet ad van??? information to
aid tnem in laying odds tho fact was
?mphaataed that the shoe was beginning
to pinch aomewhere.
It begins to look as if the cruiade
agalnat betting Inelde the parks had
driver many of the "fans" to the tick?
er?, where a ?refer could be made, and
Charley" la the first to note a
fallir.fr off In patronage.
On t'.p of this a man r\o?e\y identified
with baseball, who rec?nt!y returned
from a trip through the Weal, ?aid ye?,
terday:
"Baaeball irambling is rampant in Chi
ea*o The fever is more w!de?pr?ad than
w.ts policy in the heyday of Patsy' King.
What 1? more, the gambling U not coa.'
fined to men and boy?, b'u Ftenographer?.?
falesplrls and young women employed it??
offlcps and 1 ig establishments are intern
aaterl
' "g on horseraces is practically
at a standstill as a rena?t. Th? boo*.
makere have turned from the expense of
obtaining track Information and now
get free Info* ? a ticken it u
that not -an fifteen Inn?
dred handbooks nr- laying I- an base
la!! gamea within t:.?- conflnea of Chi?
Bo pre*. ajaja>
Ming .-?? leaa?|
mt T! o fans.' instead of going W
th" parks, apend the afternoon at th?
i.'.ok?:.' which means in aal? ma, Milliard
rooms ar.'l ? liar ?Coree wliete ticker?
ar?-- in I I
Hag fee>
? ? -.makers are "?rr.'.-.g
their efforts solely In that direction
' . '?'? ." irj ?'. chief owner of
the ? ; thai the 'tv.ok
from
<lnbs as to wl who
Will i and other 'dope' Al
this Information ll ? rea to the
pub::' i few mlnut? .am?
and afl ?;?.'
mnient ha.? been rai?ed
:?nt
?? day.
"It . > . . ?k?ri
? ron the
?pik? r' beta a rgatf
n In during the l'jn'-heon hOUT and
| .::ie?.
? er r?"?uits."
? Fulti of tho
- :,y that
itSt
? In the last
few daya Th? Inga the a? .
?
The new men I ' ioeta, Boehi:r.<.
Harper, of th?
Waahlngtoi ay, of the t
U? Connl? a. ft Hanti "'-.-e-a::.
the Chlcai ."",ur'
nlcago White ?ox. ?Ta*
man, of th Bl I* ila : Mttel
end Orlner, of the tt. "????
and ; ? rtrhammer and Dodg?s, of
the Cln Inn itl i.
The Chicago White en will e?r*.r. a
? ankeaa at the
i lo O? nda 1 although Chase?*!
- have not leen k;..1n>: WC?, there
?o the serle*
? fair alaed erowda
ral new face? will be ?*on on th?
?"hi'-.ip.. tea them Larry ?^??P?
pell, tt>> Bl.000 fly chaser; "Buck"
O'Brien, tho pitcher, recently pv:rchaJ<*l
Red ^^x end roted ai
.ugurator of I ' **??**
la.k; Radar, a young intlelder. and BUI
Lathrop, the pit.-i-.or from N I * "*
Hal Cheee, who i? alai ring al Ural base
f?.r Jimmy Callahan. alee ?rill ?eme la
f?>r much attention from the "fiv.c "
II POrd probably will be on the
? ?? Tankeee, while Cellahaa
R ? RuaaelL hta b.-?iiant
young left-hander.
va \\ i tai ipttball pitcher, "ho
? of th? White sot
for the last eight ! ar?. is not with th?
team ><n It? preeent lour of the Esst.
He was left In Chicago to nurse a ?or?
arm.
The ' l M -?"?*?
? a National Board of I "v
? baaahal
ah optional agreement? muet be exer
?
Claim? allowed
un, Hetty Oreen agalnal
- ' ' I
? \. wport J
tG M Uagooi N
pire) i tea-? iklahoma
and C. i. Wickle egal
?
Clalma diaallowed O. ? Dall "
Rob Orogah
n, John ?Ui ?*?*?'
i.. .ivut. an ump : ? ,h<v ?>ttawa
. lub; H I. Qarrel eg ?? J *
Eck agalnat Uiddletown N I ? R'-'
:'? net Orand i-i.?
r? ii i? . nal Deeai i
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