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BRAVES CRUSH
GIANTS IN MAD
PENNANT RUSH
DiiK Rudolph, Armed with"
Elk's Tooth. Wins Ninth
Straight dame.
MANN BATTINO HERO
OF M ASHING BATTLE
\ "*itin*_* Outfielder Makes Home
Run in Second and limely
Sin?ie in Sixth
H? MBTWOOD BROl N
? loyal
B - iC t??
came?
? York
G to .'..
rethetr-ir dolph,
: Elk'a
er?? m The Bro
?he afternoon there wat? no
ke it hark, for
chard's ma*-tcrly
Pitch ing e Giant* were held in;
?ftewioon had beer, dedicated to I
Kudolph. I I ?Rs no need of
He made the d?y hi* own by
righl
victory. Boston
"'are-uard hard in the early
th came
earn had built up a lead big
enoug -tand a rally by the
cnth and ninth.
i rtn Rack at Pant
,Ioh.- ??ho had been ibsent
gome for a week OB account
ttle daughter and
bock at hia
with s, grim earnest -
I
,* com- J
.- pick,
up h. - and everywhere, and !
tr?n.*' his man
is the batting hero of;
-..le a home run in the
o'id drove two team*
? plate with h s
I i r, who came from the
Cardinals, made a pair of double? and
But the dominant note in the play of1
n the play of any in-j
dividual, but in the work of the nine
? a team had the
penns ? I rub from Bos
-??1 the plat*
?n the
I -.- did his bench
Mann, the home run
sods with I
?
I ou<? def'
the tuant*. In
?ide in *>Lip.
'te worthy
ipon one oc
Hank
Larry
hand,
ust as
' -? ' n pair
Smith
h of the trick at that.
Bran ?... iip.e.
i
?
? ? next
luatles
when*
?
r*
with an
-Smith's
Mann, he
? ?
cross H :
?
?all up. and I
?rm>
would cai I
'
their half
? ? ?
M? ?
?
? double
Hank
id run out of the
1
safe ? : threw
? ..?led a f?|i
for ?
a wo? d? rful running ca?r'
Irive
;i the
relief
>?rm-up
? n the
lerkle caught
?
-
?
'xntuard
a fly to '?'?
Maut'iiard, and
.
' ?ran?. ?Ile ai . ?? by Smith.
d. In
doubled
ne. Murray hit
?ith ,i
inner fron
ab r '
. ? i 3 I*
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ft* Mar-i .
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Haw?
Klein
?IhKB.W.I. Pelo '.r?ur,<H. Today, 3.J9
I*. M Ola-jt? ??. L?o#tOB.?Ad?t.
DOES THE WAR HIT US? IT MOST CERTAINLY DOES!
BUTLER TWO-YEAR
OLDS WIN TWII
High Noon Carries (
Albany Stakes with
Little Trouble.
? -.grapti to The Ti Ibeaa i
Saratoga Bprings, N. Y., Aug. 1
Another of ?he Saratoga Aasociatl?
first rate t??o-year-old (?takes was
here thi? afternoon the Albany
special condition affair fot youngll
O? both sexes and the ?vinncr tur'
up in .lame? Butler's High Noon
chestnut son of Votel Noonday, wh
made a great beginning at Beim
Park back in .lune a: d then passed i
partial eclipse until the other day.
H i c h Noon toi.k up 11". pourri?; >
ore, Trial by Ju
Noureddni and Pinah Po look cheap
three-quarters of a mile. S
erad ii
half tt
His lit of I dou
triumph for the Butler stable,
??.me three-quarters of an hour hef<
-urnmoncd from the padd<
Houhlet. already a winner at Sarato
ted a held of two-year-olds
good a?, those engaged to go in the .
beny at live and a half furloi go. Thl
.re run o: er the faxtest sort
track and in the presence of a crowd
!-e thousand person? The crowd,
rieed, ?? t -he be?' of the me<
I rial by Jury, a ?take winner, ?
ton weight :n the Albany, and h
iTends, bul High NoOl
?onto when the harrier ascended, a
? ? ? ? isue in doubl I
on 1 tot end before ?
slf mile wa*. covered he h
opened a gap of ? ? en l*>ngti
? the way i w
a: thp \;. te, made
valiant attempt to get up in the horn
hut beyond cutting down Hi)
!ead a couple of
ed nothing. Trial by Jury w
? third.
* isa, 'harter Maid, Quart?., I
?I Vladimir were in ?he fir
. a-?d the III
a re rifled his form of la
g them handsome!
Montrosa and ( har'er Maid were pr
f< rrt .1 i.'.rr Houhlet. and they were tl
-.??re battling for tlr
him in the race down tl
'eh.
'. .-.rite ni the stoeplechai
miles. In which tl
other ?iH'-.r were Juverenec
i Chupadera, previ
awaj ? ? be t after Jeverenec an
fell. The reincarnation <
pencer, Tuekey, 1?
back of Shannon River to the tur
Of the backfield the last tim
round and then - et along 1
the . . t of victory in ?juir
tune. Klenck was out for ten minute
fall from Kingpin, but h
nail y and will be about hi
a day or
Captain I B. <a??a?* wa? throw
from one of hi riding horses lat
ifternoon. He ?.uffered tl rr
broken fingen and a severe injury t
his kr.ee caps.
FIRST PRIZE>0R KRAME!
Wins Professional OncSixt
Mile Race at Newark.
Krank 1. Kramer. America's cham
rise last nigh
in th? . i h mile un
I record ti Neo srh Vi I
-?drome, riding the distance in l'il
Ilif re ?\ .i- a t ie for
16 I n ,,!,,! \Val?e
of Germany; Krank (Vanaugr
"??ark; Boh Spears, of Australit
Ufrod ?.renda, of Tasmania. Jack!
< lark and Alfred (dullet were time
Harry Kaiser< of The Broi?\, ani
Donald MacDougall, of the Newark A
? .. were tied for tr-1 place in the am
.item ? eir tune being l| |.
? U, Gus ?"> ehIrab, of Jersey Cit>
an?l Edward Madden, Of Newark, ??er
tie?! for third at !?'. I .". ?ecoado.
Doubles Match Starts
at 3 This Afternoor
The doubl? s match this afternoot
will -? ? clo.-k sharp, when Me
I Hundy. whr
? ". a- the eeeond
man of the doubles team ;,e?terda',
after the matches, will face Brooke.
?he third match of t'.r
l??vis ?
?
Yankees Buy a Pitcher.
? .? ideal Karrell
of the Ne? "Jfork Americans to-day an
rehass of Pitcher Lor?
' London club of the
? .....
?a- ?
Johnson Wins His First Game.
Bantu < Itp, Aug. It. Johnson won
? . nee he Joined the Ked
Leaffuc, defeating Haltimou bj ??
of 1 t? I here toda.,.
bv iii.iings follows:
R II. I
? s I
0 0 1 O n ri I 0 ft ?* II 1
i ? *n and Baiierl.? .
lialley (-.n't KuruKll.
TIPTOPS WIN IN RAIN
Shower Aids Brookfcds in De?
feating Miners.
I.nu.s Aufr. 13. The Tip Top?
took a lead here to-day and he,..! it un?
til the rain came I > their assi??ance.
Finneran did a littls holding en his
own account, for the Miners made only
two hits and no runs from his d?
and the Brookfeds won by a ?core of
I to 0.
The score follow ?. :
i m " 'Ki.TN p. i. t.
? ?"tir".'
?rson.1l
;; ', .1 n , | . ?
I? 1 ??
K- an?, rf ?S? ?e?'!H. M -
IWiimii. .h 1 i n 4 10 l'r?n?l?11, ? ?
??: r-h : " ? i : ?
1 ft ft < i ft
I? l.'.l
F1nn??-?n, p 11 0 0 0 ?.r. -
MUSS? To-al? II I
klyn . " 6 B ?i i i. i
-? UmiIs " ?? o ??
terlflc?
.->-?? - Uagnler "> Hol
?.- ce? ? ? ? - ? luna - "r ?o
- Ml l?llei Off f?r
>
nnnerun. I, Lefl on ! .
Rrookly . ? ? - .
nun a- ? I
Double Victory for Pirates.
efinsi QAM!
? ??.; r.'.H ? t. ' . UOl'IS 1
m."- h po e? ? obl ti P" ? <?
V|e\. "h.. 4 1 1 .1 . 0 H -Hfll? .e, ? : ' '
It, 4 1 ft . M?S<
?,. . r s il i ? ? i ? ?
lb SO t IS BSIWII ' ' ? * I
'
?f -. ft : ? i.
? i ? : i?iSny?1?r. ? " '? I #
i ? .
...
? in ?li? ninth I
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reh " '? ? i I
I.' " .... i i
H . .........
?
Mire
bzlh ' ifT l'er.\:- 1. off l
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PITTSBURGH N t. ' - i LOUIS ? i.
?
VIO?, "e
I/*on?r IS 1 01
r < .. Mag? ? ?
i n i t .. n
Ib ? "'? il n ? I Mil e .'. 'e ' ?
If :, ft 1 | <? \? II-..:, rf 'le
? 'e.llinv ?f :. 1 l ! ?.ii. ?
?
perrlt? ; ft ft ft 3 i
Miller 1 | |
er, p '. " I
ill?.
I 1 ft fl 1 ft 1
IS
-
.r N il.en Mu? I II
r 11 ' '? i n ,
.x. .1 Miller
,,? . Off Adai ' Pas m
? trot ritt.'V.ii'ich 1
ftarrlfl
' H '"'.ene''. ". i-'- e
(Irlner, 1. I'm
?
?-?
Rochester, 6; Jersey City, 1.
i:y H' - ' i i: -m
'- . ? '.rf ..ft ! .: ft" W r.rhi. I ' I
? f t 1 ' ft ft ? Bu? , "i. i I
?
S' lilil?? 5t. 4 I : 1 I ' K-.i. ? ,|f
Smith. It ?I " < "ft Itiirr- Ib ? 'i I I" I?
M.'M'n.n II I ' ? ? v
w m ir ?o Reynold! i i ti
Ke.f?. ?, ?
Toit
:, | 1 S S ? 1
ft ft ft 0 'i I "
Mil,!.'
..i ?.' nilai
I 1 . n.,'
I.u ,i'. 3
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?n.i 1; " " l - '?
i--" ? ?
Mi ti Nallln an ? i -
1 :4a.
Saratoga Entries To-day.
FIRST HA?CT
??it?.
w.
Jera v
Royal?'
IM Th. M?
?hlxalr?
I r I i .'.?>' .
I ft.'.
KD'OND RA?*K H.ii.e.ip. MeUIni mar?"*
? Hii'l .- : ?l.l ii;.??nr'l
111 N'aia I
! YMn Bf twi lie. ItS
THIRD RACK
Water V e||< v llurakl
n i mi ??
1 ii? I?., ?on
Mr. Snlfi ?
l?K Humiliai
I ?. ? 104 I ? r In- e-, I ..K
Progr? f-i - i"?
? II R V B lliirili .
?l... .ip'Aur'l ?'ii'
Gainer II? Holl la?
' H?. ?bou? e '"' Rlnflllig
? ' Met
i :i i il IM
. r i .. ? ' ?
III I lead ma at
I
HI \. hi I
. vn
SIXTH RA?
'
la r i *>
t. .
I ..... ' ,
Mart? i ,r>- '-Asiiii
i lutein? Ue ?'" ,r' ^ a-I
Toynt?*? .1"
Reiilbach, at His Best,
Holds Phillies Runless
Superbas Give Pitcher the
Needed Support and
Win the Game
Eaaily.
Ed Reulbach held the ph Hies help*
his iron grip and the Superbas
Ope k- game of 'he ?ene
bets Kir Id yesterday afternoon.
101 ths daj il least the swarthy
skinned reteran was the old f:eulba?h
who held the Detroit Tigei d? i
? in t*>a? ?>.orld' leries gam.
-..in., years ago. No one ?> ho ?aw him
go t'n . |ld have re
lieved tha- ? ? pitcher on
whom Rob ? ? ?
few \?eek ego *? on" looter re
marked ?. hen lei . i ground : "If
the paths to 'he plate had been Amor?
the Phillies would never have
iron fame h? a discoverer." The ?core
? o 0.
Mattered hits ??ere made off his
delivery, lie ??a:' a bit generaos, un?
dersigning four bases on halls, but with
th' (?ceprion of the i'r-t inning, when
? 1 an error pul him in s
rather tight PlooO, he had I
ing. Bobby Byrne came to Reulbach's
r?ie samr first iiinine
third before l?;il?n!i COUght "'lag..
: s. *>> ith "m* fault) piec
of fn>-.'. ng (hod the lone rhance of the
break through F?eulharh'^
defense.
.?-'iperi.a didn'l indulge in any
Hilari?n-- si bul they hacked
of their op?
portunities, rhej dree down (Ire hits
off Mayer.
The scoring Started With the game.
Dauberi walked ami took third on Hal
tea's drive for s base He ?cored a
moment later when Wheat hit a long
fly to Heal? Becker. In the fourth
frame they got OUl on the run trail
s gain Egan ingted, mo? ed up on an
infield ool and dashed over the p?a"
Reuibach poked one into safe
territory. In the eighth frame the le I
run of the gain. rod. Dauber*
i on a ?ar
| \ Wheat walked
Haubert dashed to ?hird and ?cored
short!] efterward whei Doom threw
to second to catch \\ best.
The score folio i
? S ta 1-IIM.APT t.riiiA v ?,
?brli : aii
? i Ha-. . .. i ..,?
. i .-,..
i - . .
?? ' Mag
? .... <? n
- m .
, loo .
i se its
? i
Tota- ? ? ? i ? ?
' n a i n a n | i_-*,
?? .-, o o r
i??fi on beses i ' I ! - --.i- n :
-
Dallen M-? i.*-? en trron Philadelphie, I
? ? ? Ibert 1 'alron. I**jti
??* i? ?lei
K.aan : '
?
M
Wild
- B) ron
and l.tii.-oln.
Providence Wins Twice.
in
|?n? ?... I 2 O 1 0 . I ? i
. i e o ?
i , ... !.>?? . "
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'
Pro? Moncs I II M S n o i * i" fl
'.0 S 0 0 S il ?'?
? m?. !i
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Full Summary of Racing
at Saratoga Springs Track
?
Won
Hull.:
ii"" eddad.
?a inn? r. b, c,
DlagulM
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III-.
ion
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Str.
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l<? Mils.
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M
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1
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. . Quarta ?
Marten 11
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HT
140
1H
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?l'.ir
la^lflli fl
-Betting.? ?
jOft-tn. II-.., I ? PI
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7 :, ..
12 S it :. ? :.
m M m ?
i |.- -. || to 1 :.
-
ailed ..n rrn.1
. OH -?<ll afr?r
irn< l to tii* ? "iir?<*
? 4 4 :t .i
rell
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arIn -?I'll i ?
? T t . --
and "ii. f I : i n 1. r ? h
? ?? lump.
t iiil.'i. i: ?? i rilB Ai.r. ?\ . i ..... .
' ' ' ? . !?? ?....
I.
I
ft?''
?IMatai -
I "?
.
... . . ,
wan ne? a* on -?ell.
ilinmgli on the In
.n.
I ? ?? - ? ?!? mile
?? ?? f.. 9 Hand
? v . . ? rraln? ' - Ward
Mr.rten?.
-
II' \v- ? .
I".' t I
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H
Vin
M .
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-Betting.-;
i Hell. ?Moa?.
s . e
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4 :,
1
1
I
r |1 00 i" til Grover Hughe?, after racing Belle of Ri n Mswr
? i" i h ? ni hi . it tha < nd. i '"" '
I 11 in ?:????: l Ih ' . I 00 m ?nrl.iiia?. st?rr S..>1 v, ?.,
? - ??:
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Magnel * "?-? I ?'
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17 I ! '
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Kin
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13
t .-Betting.-1
Jivkrv-? Onen illarh. i lo.? PI 34
"
[But well
-
13
13 to
?-?o
to
III
H r far from |he pace, ?n In.-W -
'
outrun l - ' - laltili
- perl./u?
-?INTII RA< V. s? - MOO One
'?* .*
Owner and ?r .:.?? r. V
M
I OH
no
im
?
its
l..s
m;
?.
.
I ,- Herring.
High, i-o.e
4
4S
'
' user
Mar? In
17 I
II
II
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: I
I
m is ' .
4 . 7 7_
?. Mu? -:ll *aa < ? > ! afl r rating !??
?aca t0 I bandll* when railed on, bul had l? ba sharply ridden
.'i.-irrt ?Hh ( HeiTJ I_iiSr ? in*. ! ? ? I *>>:n m 1 _d l'|ln
, ..... 4s ??rand Hoppe?! t-adl>.
That Settles it
W Btr>c/B*S ?a?t
?ma /* fitSI "
c?f rrton, '??'
?;* ,?/> ?je,??? CO
??jTV "h.5 I
Wk-l AOMlT
Tmt. G6??>*A*-'
ao?.y ?s a F??Jt
ftO DV 04- M "SNi
a?o?> a p?o?jt>
?act j.-MoOLiO
ifj r>?r i lAMfiatf
Baseball Standing and
Results in Four Leagues
National League.
DAMES TO-OAY.
Rnilnn a? ?lOW lork.
riiilailrlphii, a? RrooU'n
< i... ini.e,". ?t l'..i.'i.r|i.
RE?LI.TS OF GAUSS \KSTEKUAY.
II...ten .*,; New lork. .1.
Brooklyn. Z; l'hllad-lpbla. O.
riiloliiirali, :, M. I.onl"?. 1
Hlll.l.iirsli. I| >t. Loui?. ".
NATIONAL LEU.IE S",T.\NI)IM..
*,v. i.. TA iv. i. p.? .
V^rrlerk.-.S II .1*? Phil?. ?7 BS .?70
Boat ?MS. S3 I? .831 I ln?'ln'atl..i; M .4H.%
? lel.ellei M I'l Jljtl llrooM.n.l.-. SS .480
m i ?mi?...M .">-' Ill rit??i.'r?h i:. :>.?> .111
Federal League.
GAMM ni-im.
Brooklyn nt M I.oui?.
Baltimore nt Raaeae < it?
riltklinrsh at < lu? ne
it i-i LTS O* OAMBS \estekday.
Hro.iUI? n. I : ?>|. I oui?. 0
Indianapoli?. .': Biift'aln. I.
I\ in-.i? III?, I: Baltimore '".
l'illslM,r?li ... ?lil.aai. iralni
TOBHiMi IKAlilK MAMIINli,
W. I.. IV? \\. I . P.C.
t hiiafo. :,i> ttl .80! HulTalo. :.l :.o .:,;(!
HallliiK.re..-,.-! 13 ..".."?<> M. I ..ni?? 11 N .44:1
Indlnn'll-....V. 17 .:.:?!? Ivan < Itv Kl IS .4:iK
Hr?....ki?i?...v: 4.". ..mih I'itiii.'ruh I? :.7 .4M
American League.
GAMU To-nw
New lork at Bo?t?in.
II aohlnf Ion .,t Philadelphia
? lu. ?s., at St. I.oui
Oetrolt at < Irreland
Rr.si n? ??r GAMES rBTEB?AT.
Ven Inrk. I . B.,?t,.i, 0.
Philadelphia. 7. U nahingtnn 0.
? Icirl.in.l ?; llolr.ill. S.
M. Loiiin ??. I hl<a?n (rain; Uli la'g).
AMEKM.W LBAGI I J"TANI?I\?t.
iv. r. TA . \v. i.. v.r.
Thlla.??* III .??7 ? hlraeo 13 84 .??>:.
Bo.ton.. :.? 4? ..V.x M. loni? 80 ?.-' ?ftn
Maih'ton .V", t? .834 \e? V ork .17 BS ?4?
l??Mr?iit ,|S 83 .808 < leieland. 11 IS 31?
International League.
?. tMBS TO-i?\i
No same? ?rheduled
REMITS OV ?.AMI?. II0IUDAX.
Korhe?ter. ?: .Lrw. ? i? ? . I.
^funrli, 7. Buffalo. .*.
I'ro? Idenee. !? ; Montreal 1
l'ro?7l?lrine. H: Mootreal
INTERNATIONAL I.EAGLE M \M?I\?,
\V. !.. IT.! U.I. TAJ.
Ballimnre.r.4 44 .?19:1 Toronto S3 .'.! .I'll
Rochester?.', l? JSI Newark.. ".I .V! 4!)D
rr.nid'.-r. ?i: tl .888 Montreal II ??7 .?H0
Buffalo. ?Mi is MO See'} ?tn..:u ;.i .:ua
Naps Defeat Tigers Easily.
I u;\ BLAND '. ' DETROIT A U
ab rh poai
Turner, lb .. t 1 3 ...? n : 1
- ? " , ,iii
: ', I .1 n
i_, i .i- in ?111 . raw ford.rf 1 0 I l SI
Klrke, tf i ?? <? ..01 \ ?a. ' ll ! II
Wood. cf., inn ;, n ., Ki, ?gt, ., | ( 0 0 i I
ntmb'i M 301 I ? n no l ?'
I '? . :
n ,?, man p 4 I I 0 i . ? . -.|*_i> ,. '*? I I ?
. ii .? i
Dubui . [. If...
?111.I.. 10'
li
I 31 'I
it h Inn?
ing iiini?. I for HI ninth inning
: n x?.;
i i e i e e e 1
Tiro I ? Phree
t ri. - - ? fli. i
Htol? n betu ? imp'.'.m. Turner,
? hapman Wamba
Fin ? .ir . ???
?'. iiini ig I. ??'< i 'ni lie,
! in 1 Inning. 1 iff Hagernian,
lldger
i ? tie, 1; i>y Duboe, l
WIM rio-'1
11.. ?r. r " an i "Irai be ? on ?
irol?
.- Detroit. I ' mpti i 0*0 ug
Hoosiers Defeat Buffalo Feds.
Indlenapolii ?ut 13 tndlanapolla di
mi. Buffalo Vets ?? ? --i.* n
? l
- Iowa:
i; ir E
Indian ipolii .O.onooOOi j :. fl
Buffal .i i .i .... o i n i
it. " irltfen; Krapp
s ml i ?
State League Results.
i Mbenr,
ir?a te. 5
. - ? !
wiik'-s i;.irr'. ."., Koranton, 4
''.ira. 1.
Athletics, 7; Senators, 0.
i'Illt..M'l...l'lll \ v! U .VSIIIN?. 1-. ?: ? t,
al.r Ii ,
Murplr , tf l f 1 , ?0 Moeller rf. 4
Oldrlng, if ? . : It
?
llclnnla.lb I
lor?
Kan ,u : i i ? ' Mi BrWe
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retal? ST987 1 ' ? ? ?
Inning
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LONE RUN GIVES
YANKEES VICTORY
Fisher Has a Shade Over
"Dutchy" Leonard in
Pitching Duel.
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Ft.. io... Aug. IS. Although outbat
?. on*, the New York
Yankee? ??.ori a thrilling victory .
here thi? gfter
thousand spectator*, were
,-'|. and before the ltst man wa*
! excitement rone ?n fCTOff h?a',
ral oceoeione. The Yankees had
g chances to ?core Boston
had i
-- ? . ? '? ?r. realized on *>-??
?rid hurled beck
.?? the enemy by a brilliant
doable p iv by Daley and Nunamaker,
which tmrdner at the
by inrhr*?. The eeare wa? 1 to 0.
? ?<?? el th?
, ?gainst "Dutch" Leonard and
"I.orii*" Snore, tho southpaw, who once
? ant?.
.nm??'hat outpointed a?
but he won. ar.d a victory
titnde of points m
He allowed eight hits, but,
BOnged tO l?eer, h s BMte clean.
Latoi leoebed for get safe*
? th?> Bereu innings he operated.
Ifp kept the hits ?cattered. but worked
rn downfall in the third frame.
Shore allowed r...
rjn of the ram? tbe win
.- ;.in cam?' in the third ?.Uni?.
walk"'! * M inn
on a sa--'
-er. At thil mor-cep*. when
: an'l eunainf control ?"ff
al. Leonard i-jt loose with
Maiael ?.kipped to third
an<l wi3 in position to score on any
Koone 'hen stood tr. with a
e to left field, scoring
Maiael, hot died the death trying to
I ?., a triple Daley
then ?lied out.
Boston tilled the bases in the i?t.
enth inning with oniy one ont, Sot
Hendrickson, batting for Leonard, flied
to (Mi"., end Larry (.ardner OtU dou*
bled ; "" a hairline decithon.
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