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SPORTING S 1. G TION
baseball * Racing ? <4 47 w a * ?' c s
.Ni. ta Dirriv STtfttme
SPORTING SECTION
Boxing ? Lawn Tennis * Go//
PART TI. FOUR PAGES.
SUNDAY, AUGUST 13, L916.
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PART II. FOlK,PA(;iX
Braves Humble Robins
Before 28,000 Fans
Tribe of Stallings Twice
Emerges Victorious Over
Flatbush Nine.
PFEFFER AND SMITH
SHELLEO FROM MOUND
Margin of Three Games Now
Separat.s Two Leading Teams
in Pennant Fight.
H> FRANK O'NFIl.l..
na Boston Pravea ahattered a
Brooklyn idol at Ebbets Field yester
L afternoon while 28,000 spectator*
w.tehed the .laughter with mingled
feelingJ 'The gray clad visitors cnished
,m Robin* r-adei the weight of a
. defeat IwB greater struggle*
f0r baaeball supremacy never were
vBged on the Flatbush meadow. and
wj,er. MllBI MawiBJ saded the after?
noon with a fly to right field even the
mwot psitlssa was foreed to admit that
Uaai had won. The score
??!#to 4 in each instance.
A margin of three game*- now
BSPSSSSM tk* fcoblBfl from the cohorts
,f___lllag9, a margiB B*ai_a is **11 t-00
Two game? remain to be played
ia Hm flsries, nnd Wilbert Robinson
will po into thoee battles with two of
hi, SSSTieat guns spiked and out of
Jeff Pfflfer, ths Grand K_p dfl
? r | out of aetion
rihiag I colors
Radolph after n spirited
-'"??? ? ";n:h inning. a
r.mbardrr.<" I rattaaa4 at the
M of Nap Rucker and produced
raas ?"d the fletary. Sherrod
?ne lefthar.ded speed B?er
Bf aetion in the
,.for lb] laeh ( oomhs
FeeUag 'funs High.
The spirll of eoi Biel permeated thc
BJgh between the
Hraves am1 ? ?nd the ii'ua
00* not been made any thfl
- -."??!? which
r \. ittril sted to the rival play
- .rragers. The crowd became
toi with thc ruUBS spirit. Kvery
play made by the Robins was chcred.
,-.en in the firal game a well rus
Rudolph aetted
. ,\e them thc lead bed
lt WSI .it the elOflfl of that same in
thfli Wilbert Robinson and Dleh
rh became involved rn ?'? ?erbal
,.., . anded ib payst*
tal ?*??**? ? , ? _,
Tht reaponaibility for Brooklyn a de
... \,wlth
Better, perhaps, the hlame
0f _ (. ne innings Ifl charged
to him tly so. It was hia la
?xc-?able failure to obey orders and
, r third base in the ninth
? ? run.
rj the frame with a
carromed off the glove <>f
a manner that
iranville eould make a p.ay
put in to run for
i Wheat, off on a imtting
. drive tO right. uetr
r baae, hut in violatioa of
he looked back
11, . fraction of a second.
enourh to let the throw
but him bv inches. < Btshsa* then
gle te
? soad, -lack
struck out, and Mow
? ? . to right, ending the game.
Wheat Tounds Ball.
.int-d the cup of de
fett ? - dregs, but not
of Zach Wheat, who
ned prodigre-^ m orTeiiuve hase
effort to drive his team
ry. In the tirst game he
? i the ball over the right field
wall for a home run, sending Jake I>au
efore him and giving the
Robins ? thite-run lead, which Jen?
to hold.
In the _econd game the (herokee
brsve got four hrt*. two doubles ond
a. rr.;. ..nd .cored B l*BB. It
?lly time Wheat
Bp with a man on ba-e srafl Ib
tr.en Ge'z'.- Bfli*"
lOt running nulli
| ? - flfti-rnoon
Me. More
man ou the Boston
h due eoBflideration
B thc ? r un by I- red Bnod
OCed the margin of
'?tuggic, siaraa
of Brooklyn
Th* bsrdeat hit drives cuddled into
Bf the Rabbit'i
?mp'.i | ? bewitehed. No liner
*?" '<'0 rta.agi te pry hii hand? apart.
drive
**rtie_ him o* hia feet, but, although
I came up w :t>: the
jf d doubled Jimmie Johnston off
mt } .
tsase situation after another
?ariag tha *?*? games. Coming
ia the first game, the
Br*ves smashed over four runs in the
"in'.h inning. getting two of the tal
r^ Pfeffer, w>.om they knoeked
' *h* ___;, i.r.d tvo more from Nap
i insT ____?
i ?OgrTOM (*** U) BROOKLTM <N. **1
srir h |,o nr ?hr hposir
M vllle.iia SO I I 4 0 Ji.linsfn.rf Sl l * 0 ??
R__n. ni. ii g : lt D__b*r_t_ ?i l ? oo
I Wtlholt,rf 40 l o 00 wii.at, lf.. 41 i 1 *t
IM'M If.cl ?1 1 0 0 0 f tshan.li 4 0 I 4 4 1
; Koritn.lt' 4 1 lll 0.St..i?*t. rf " I 1 0 0 0
Bnvlth, ... 41 l 3 .0 Mowrey.3h 3 0 1 1 11
sr..?l_'s.,f 3 1 1 0 01 OlSOtl, ss.. 10 1 I ' ll
? ?oniiy. ll tiio.o MeCarty, <? 4 o 1 I "'
Black bn.c jo 0
l ?Ty|_r.... 000
; tKtizpa'ck 1 0 t
' Jttsflon ..000
HI* ( 00 0
: Rudolph.p 2 0 1
lOnlllns l 1 0
N-t-f. p.. 1 0 0
Totals..Sif. 10:. 111 lotsls . 31 4 10 ;: 1' I
?BaM-4 t<* nitrkrmrr ln lh* ninth Inntn,.
fBsllsil for iy__ i- ir.?> Btalh __>_*_
llll f t Vltr.psirl,-K ln th. "Irth In. | (
lltairM r_f Rurtolpl "- ths riflbtl i-? r-s
iBaBfld for Ruck.r ln th* nlr'h l-inlnfl.
'? _t*_t_r 001000*04-*
1 ProokliT. I l S S ! " * ? ? I
i IVn hs..* hl'? Wllhoo ' SM l__ tfttnt hs** hlls
? ,|..v Ma_lT_ B-M r-?-W"at ?**?
r..o> Msrainlli*. Jnlinsfoii. l'u-.-i,s ?> s?, nrl(-*_lill* '
____-rt. S_m_*l Mesrrss Dounl. psays (Jfi'an.
_n_ Cutihau __w i-t?lnTi and Dsoberi Mar,
, , snj Hooisvto Left sii hssfi 1
Rrooklyn, i vim bs?? 011 ?w* Bostoo. |t*--cs .>??
, . Off K i I ilpl .. off W-ffsr. ". HltS a .
*_.-,?! runs -Off Ru.lolpli. ? Ml* an.l 4 runs ln , ,
l...nr-. off K_hf, I :m sn.l tnrlr.ss ;
? or? i.tff_i iuui ii-j ;'?""?,'.'",?
1 a_e_rr I - ,*
oul ht R-doipl ? I'frffiT. li ta ItmSsr. i ;
l niplre* - kurj a__ -ffNfl 1??
SWOMi t,..Ml
BOSTON 'S U>, BROOKLTB IJI '
abr h po ar- abr h po a*
i M'Mlle.*.* IU 1 f> 0 John'n.rf.ef bO 0 J 0 0
*__?_. lb IS** 1 3" Uaubert.lb ! 0 0 o 0 J
iV.Uholt.rf 10 .10 M.-O-m.lb l? 1 ? 0 0
I M__o*. lf. 4 0 1 : 0 0 Wheat. lf.. Sl 4 1 M
i Konhy.lh 3 1 112 i'd 4. tahaw.lb .. 0 1 1 I "
J.8mlth,-bl! 2 3 Ifl 11 MVrs.f II I 00
Bnodc'-.cf II 3 S 01 Coomba, p. Ifl D ??
,-n.c 3 0 - 4 OC Mowrey.lb J 0 0 1 4 0
i .llen. p.. 10 0 0 I - . I i -' < *?
i Huflhe* p i l o oa j Meyera. e 4 0 l 6 3
! KudOlph.P 00 0 i) ?' 0 0 0 0 0J
s Smith. p '.' 0 1 0 Ifl
- rnael. rf 0 0 <* n 0 1
' ?o'M.ira . no o fi o 0
.... .. is e s si
-.: a u i Totai*.. "i infli"
? Ra- to M?|-fl Ni tSflMS ifn'fl- *R*J1 '"r
MeCanhj tn Blnth inrrrif I
; no-:,., i I ? 0 0 S 0 ? ?-_
o '? I .' ? ."004
l Two naw 1 S sal ' ' " '
i) Mej
Left oo bss?
Bnst.r. 5 Brooklyi "? ?"? ,,fT
' '
Hufhti
?
' -
?
: .... ,,c..
KiiJoll
.imc.
' Rucker. who found men on second and
third when he entered thc list.-.
In the second game the vifliton al
. way were IB front. but the Robins
made manv a denoBfltration in force
and threatened to break througl
, hit by Chief Meyer- or Jimmie
I Johnston m the sixth inning might
, have turned the tide. Two runi
' over the plate. and the bases [Bil,
Mevers grounued out, icoril g 01
Stengel war- passed/ftlling the
t while the crowd booed. -immi<
ston then efBU ap, bul Hughei
: whistled a fast one under I
? the count two BBd tw< , BJ
land blade straeb out, daahii |
hopes of Brooklya once more
Dick Rudolph won hii aeyentb
? straight gai ?? '?'" h? defesti
Robins in the I teflt, ar.d he
wn- h'irled back into thfl Second
? hen Hughe
tered Ifl the ninth. The spell of hifll
?' mastery over Brooklyn remains an
broken. for he checked the rally short.
Tbe dav was dull and dark for DlCB
: in the flfth mning of the opener. for
' he waa hit hard for three rUBS.
too, Jeff I'feffer was pitching BgS
him. Not often doei th? Bto-ohlynAce
leac under those conditions. What
mighl have happer.ed to Sir R
had he fnir-heri thfl game ifl S matter'
I Of conjecture, but he was deiricked
to sllow b hitter Ib hii place, ead Lefty
! Nehf finished the game. goiflg in when
the Brave* were OBfl run to the good.
Frank Alien. Hughes and Rudolph col
i laborated in winning the last game.
Brooklyn started the seoring, getting
? a run in the second inning pf the
: opener. Stengel walked, and counted
when kfikfl Mowre\ Mood in with a
I three-base hii The Braves registered
at the place in the third frame on s
' triplato left by Snodgrass and a liBglfl
bv Kudolph.
In the fifth the Robins broke loose
and took the lead. MeCarty singled.
but was foreed by Johnston, who later
? *tole second and scored on a hit *>>
Daubert, who dashed all the way to
third on a wild return by Saodgrsss.
Wheat came up amid the thUBdered
cheers of the crowd. Rohbie exhorted
him to hit it out of the lot, ar.d Buck
1 did. He sent the ball sailing far over
the nght field fence into a vaeant lot
on Bedford Avenue, tallying Daubert
; before him.
Braves Turn Tide.
Alas! for the hopes of Brooklyn.
. The Braves were not diSBiayed, and B
?eemingljf safe lead had no terror for
them. With one out in the
Magefl walked, and went to second
when Konetchy bounced a oinj
Pauhert's ankle. Smith flingled, seor?
ing Magee, and Btalliags began te tak?
an interest in things. He sen* Joe
Connolly to hit for Saodgrsss, and Joe
doubled to
Konetchv scored on this WBllOP, atr,)
the leader of the Bravaa sent Tyler up
to hit in place of Blackburn. Right
here began a battle of managerial witfl,
for Rohbie ser* PfetTer to the elub
j house and Rucker to fhe mound. Stal?
lings retaaiated by subttituting I l
patrick for Tyler, and Pitfl came
' through with a single, seoring Smith
; and Connolly.
It was hammer and tongs in the sec
1 ond game, with the Braves seoring
first. They collected one run each in
? the nrst and second innings Maran
! ville greeted Sherrod Smith in the
) opening frame with a single to right,
1 and scored eventually on a drive for
n base by Magee.
Results of Games in Two Leagues
And Standing of Battling Teams
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
GAMES-TO-DAY.
tWcaro at Cincinnati.
Pittsburgh at St. Eouis.
JJSILTS OF GAMES YESTEKDAY.
'"todelphia, 7; New York. .'..
?^ton. 5; BrookKn. I.
""?ton. :,; HrooUvn, I.
Plttiburgh, |; Chieago. 0.
St. Louis _| Cincinnati (raini
NATlONAi. LKAGI | BTANMNG.
_'kl.. 2* '" ,v xv ??? ,,f
_____ .2 37 '6-6 Hitlflgh 43 54 .443
-____?" -. 39 "MhicMo 46 58 .442
?*?*??? 52 47 .52-Cinnatl 41 68 -76
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
GAMES TODAY.
Detroit at Chieago.
St. Louin at (leveland.
RESll.TS OF (.AMES YESTEKDAY.
Philadelphia, 9; New Vork, ...
Philadelphia. 2: New *i <?rk. 0.
St. I.ouis. II; Cleveland. 0.
Chieago, .'; Detroit. 0.
? Boston. 2; Washington. 1.
xMERK \\ LSAGUI STANDING.
W. L Pr- W. L Pc.
Boston. 62 14 _85 Detroit. 59 32 JUS
Chir'go 62 48 .564 N. York 55 52 .514
Cle.e'd 60 48 .556 ***? aah'n. 51 33 .481
St.L'ia. 60 51 .541 Phila... 22 81 .214
7"
The Days of Real Sport ------ *.?**??*_
Feature Facts
for the Fans
Shoeker allowed only three hits,
but lost.
Strunk fanned lhr?e times in Ihe
siHiir contrsi.
"i'm baajiaaiaf io look like >ou,"
aaid Doaavaa to Mack "Please keep
a?a>."
lt arafl an o(T da* for the Ne**
York teams. \ll three Insi.
Kddie Plank, in his old-agc come
baek. shul out Ihe Indian*.
Cooper held the Cubs lo three
hits and won a s'lul-out gamo.
Red Sox Hon from
Senators in Ninth
Boatoa; Ava;. 1-. The k?,i
BCOrad two runs in a ninth inning rally .
to d.iy, and defeated Waahington, J
to 1.
Walter Johnson, who roliavod H
ln tha eighth, waa found for three aln
glei in tlie ninth. Hii throa to third.
with no one eovering the bag, on Wiilk
i?!?'- bunt, allowed Hoblitzell to tie the
hron . econd,
Gardnei hit a -afe hounder ?) John
ton, Walker going to third. 'hotnaa,
vho was reinstated to-day, batted foi
rd, ai d arai purpi ?ely pi
the bases. "Chic Shorten, re-j
called tO the Red Sox fold from *???>
?. mi to pineh-hit for Csrri-1
gan aad hil to ahoii centre, Walker
sconng the winning run, huf nol ba
fore TnOIIIBBQWBI foreed out at sicond,
and Shorten loflt credit for a hit.
The score follows:
wasii i \ :. BOSTI N ti Ir '
abrli po a * abr
Morflaa "o I >per, rf t 6
Mllai 4 ?
> io:l ? ais. ix... 401 i ?? i
111 0 18 rJaln-T. 11
1 o 0
Will'm* li. 2 ?' : '? 00 (Valker, ' ft 1 I 88
Hem Oardi 18 48
.? - - - ???
Harper p. 10 ? * 8 8 8
n ii 1 00 0 o .' ?'???? P
ii . io Leonard .
? Can rai
.'?,: ? : |n ss ]?'l ' 1 8
tTbornas...880
tSborten .. 1.
TMai ? naartaa
-;??!. M . ?' tBatUrd tae * ar
rgan Ui ninth.
\\, rtoo ...8 8 8 1 " I 8 8 8?1
. o
M .
Bam . 3 ?? ??>'? ** ' ' ' 8j ?i '
\l Brld* l? M-.
I ?
ba***
i bail* "i* Hamef '
- ii . . . i" - . i ? un? '
,." Iiarpar.
: ? ii ?"' *?>
n, Ruth IM "' ' ? ;
R 4
!., ? TUa*. - 1'
Minor Leigue Results.
l\Ti i'\ \ riONAX
I . , . r, ?? r, "i ''? ***i
.. .. 181808838? 4
U Bcbull 1 ?? ? -
...? 0
H lt B
. . -*??' , , o 8 8 I 8 I 4-fl M 4
i i (i ii ii | " I .
. ,.,.!rr .,,-1 cniaio*. and mvdm ?
? "' k% ' n ii 1
"Tfl 114 1 Mll ?
i , ? :.. Ilf-rt-wl ?
?;' fl II |
1' ! BB*-* . a ? # ? a a i
l
tr. . | Straamm I
Bar,- - '' K'!' "*?"
ind Ol)
nkw \"*lh. VTAT8
Klroira. ? A ? I
W a. 7. H rai
uu ? ? -
?rr?. .
It.rr* 0
K.rr:. .-. '
Ufl UI ?** OBMJt lATl.'V
: Mll-raukw 4
?Mpolli l
- '
i tanas * i
i i -
?
Hull ? Brldfltport. 8
S. a |..i 4; io
?oi iiHRN aaam iatkw
uttia R-x-*. ?. atiaaaa "
l.tf-l* K..ii. 1 ktiat
Blrmlnabara \; *a"**B*mla. I
rhattanoofla, ! Jlol i>. 1 .
CHattaouoga. 4. ilubtia. 8.
Giants Once Again Bow
Knee to Old Al Demaree
McGraw Men Also Fail
Victims to First Triple'
Flay of Season.
Philadelphia, Aag. 12 The New,
jfort Giaata fell rietima this after
? te thfl efllj triple play made in
the Natioaal I eague thia >? iaon, and
, ..... b ?? b) tbe rbillies.
.-,. was '. to 2.
Morai'- Hi n engiai 'red their three
plv killing m ti. ?? ..i frsmi I
Doyle "' sn error by -
rho dropped I ?P ? ?'?
?nd Larry daahed Into third baae when
Charley Hersog lingled to right
rhe latter advance,i te tecoad sn tBs
hrow-in. .
Davej RobertsoB then came up, saa,
findins a ball te his likiag, took a -.>?
age cut at it. I>? mon DflVfl Bancroft
J ? in tbl patb, however. ard, grabbing
thfl hurtling iphere, he thn-v.- to Byrne,
loubling Doylfl ofl tbird, and then
, i.ack to leeond is time te make
. play on Hersog. whe jrai eaagbt be
tween u eoi ,l and tbe far turn.
ie Schupp. the left-haader, *no
has been going pretty well ie fjr, wo*
.. ,j ,,,- tha rubber in -hr.? tram.-.
Poll Perritl too. wa? raaaled rather
soundly, ? i deeahred upon ,Geerg?
? to fii h th? _a*ae.
Nol onlv did the Giants |os<
rame, but they lost Bill Rarlden ai
well The Giant eatcher came IBtO I
litien with the bat of Fred Luderui
-Bd |a now BBfSiag a badiy bruis-d
,humb. Brad Keeher BBlshed *?**???
behind the bat, and did well. The
Phiilie* lost Crarath for the moment.
Old VVooden Shoea wai hit on ?h* nose
by thc ball when tryiog to iield a drive
bj Larry Doyle.
The Grants pot off to a ROod start
Bfainal Al Demaree, seoring two runs
in the lust inninf*, but then they fell
away. There ia a peeullar mystery in
Al'? little eurvfl ball that mystilies the
Gianta. They p"t four ef their eight
?i th,- tirst frame. The Phillies,
on the ethef haad, were more aggres
sive. Thev limply ilaBghtered Schupp
and then pounde-1 Perritt SS tbfl score
piled np.
The cor* follows:
K ?. . -N t. , , ?i.l'.v rB Ul
,; Uur_.ll 4 111 1 1'a ? '. '? ?'?
Doyle. - 1110 l| N I ' \\\
Her/oa .tl lll ' ?'??' Byrn*. Jb. I
?
,. ,;,. 1 rf .1 I .' 0 0 1 .
o | v. r.itt*.|. if ni l *o
. | , n Iau4-n>fl, n ?'!'Ul no
I. . I
., .- .. i i -
I 1 ,. ;,! ,???*, p 4 .0 0 0 0
-
?11 ...-?? ? '
TMala H-SMtti ToUB .. ttl ttt WI
.,,,.. i.-nlnf
, ,i ,i ,1 1 n j
11 l
? - s, 'I
_'?
..... _ l ... ?? i runs
i._
Fifty-two Yachts Take
Part in Hupuenot Races
B> CAPT. JAMES (. BUMMEB&
Pifty-tWO yachts sf the OBfl desigfl
and otl,er elasses isiled a ipleadid race
on Long Islaad Boaad yesterday ia th
twi nty-second aanual regatta ef the
Hagueaot Yacht Clab. There -
fresh breeze from the B?lthwe?t that
kicked up quite a sea te IbOWBrd, gil I >fj
the little fellows some pitching and
rolling to do among thfl white eaps. ..' d
sending the en ? 'h w"'
jacket, after a spirited thraab te wind?
ward over the laal leg! of their eoaraea.
The "forties" were repreaented >>'
.lames Bishop'i Psmpajo. Hf*fJ**?tg '??
competito'r, she covered the l'.'.-nn e
. in _ hour.-. 9 -aiaatc
ds, UklBg a BBil OVSl pnze. There
wai B gOOd race in the "Q" clas.-'. IB
which George C. Mallo/'l Arvia won
from K. B. Bodd'fl Virs
minutes 18 |_COBp>. ln tl;.- I rflt dlTl
?ion handican class. A. W. Lockwood ?
Carolina defeated W. L Coui
tVasaka by just one minute over the
long coutse. ln the Other handicap
i the a laaen wen I ha Red
by | minute- 49 aecondfl, from the
Mediator and Grorce E. Gartlsndti
Kobin Hood W 'ff"*' ,h'' Ogeeiaaa by
11 minuie.. 13 r-t-r
Six of the I.archmont Intl
lloopfl made a close race of it over 'h->
ll i, mile eourae, th,' victor being the
Yuron owned by W. S. Maekiatoah, bj
.11 seconds, from H M Gfl
Hamburgh II Tbe BU( elaas fllied
well with eleven starter- ' E. Hydefl
Hydra eaptared tirst pnze, winnlng by
S minutes 19 seconds, from EL G.
I'nitt's Ve?a. The winners in the
other clanses vvere the Aleda, the MlBgO,
the Jess, the N'ereid, the Eaglet, the
Teal, the iVig Wag, the Yan and the
Wasp. .
SigaaU for the start were set from
i ommodote Herman M. Williasflflfl
power vacht Manlere II, anchored eff
the east end of Huckleberry Island. the
regatta committee. Geaige E. Vi?Our
?Ux George G. Bell ar.d J. H wood
ward fleBdiag.the Pamparo swaj >i-t
ai i ;40. The Brsl leg of
te s.otch Caps baey, was s ree*
, eond, te Press*' et Poial b .
Hempstead Ba- . a run, and th.- I
le_ to the home mark, a beat to wind
ward for all hands.
The summarv follows:
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TBBJ V'., n -Jr.--.rr.*.."" ?J I* {?$?
NwS Jdw-. i a*. **>bbo.....-*??? aaaiaa i??
Club Standing
in International
GAMB8 TO-DAY.
Roehester at Newark (two).
Montreal at Proiidence.
RESIJ.TS Off (.AMES YESTEBDAY.
Bix-hester, 9; Newark, ...
Providence. .">: Montreal, I,
Baltimore. 9; Buffalo. 8.
Buffal'i, t>; Baltimore. 3.
Toronto. 9; Richmond. I,
Toronto, I; Richmond, 3.
BTANDING Off TEAMS.
W. - Pc \V. I? P.c.
Prm'e. 37 II ...hl Torto. 19 19 ...00
Buffalo M I. Mi Rich'd. 19 51 .1S.1
Monl'l. 51 47 JMflBoch'r. 10 55 .121
Balt'e.. VI 49 .520 New'rll 41 57 .US
Roehester Shoves
Newark Into Cellar
?i?
By losing at home to Tommy Leach's
Roehester Hustlers yesterday, Newark
dropped into last place il the Inter?
national LcH^ije standin,.. The Hust?
lers were last, but iwapped place* with
the Indians by winninR the ^'ame, . to
5, There waa plcn'y of hitting in the
ronte?f. Newark hit '.he bail al-r-o-'
as freely as diii Roehester, but not M
timely.
I*:e Way. the former Yale sta>\ who
-t i-'i.i thfl f-B-A for Kochestei. did
not last lonf, while Enzmar.n, the New?
ark pitcher. was hammered fr, n the
box in the sixth inninp;, Enzmann hit
safely both times he crime to bat, g.t
tinu a double and a triple.
Bay Mowe, the Newark flhortatop, who
broke his lep early in the season, re
sumed play an ri slarrmed out two iafs
hrts, beside* BCariBg twice, At -
he took care of four OUt of five chance-.
The score:
KRWARK il. I :. ?
an r tr po
? ?
?
'
?? . ?
?
I I
: ? I
m n -,, i
? ;? 10
0 1 li 'i "0
Totals *::-.:" 11 i,: ?
?I'l't. i f -r ? la i ta
Rn hes-H 10 1*4 ,
Nrwark .0 1000001
MIs? rtc-ba
? _ Rrumann Bs rll ? . li Sa,
nti ?? r rlln. K'nma
? ? a_k rs?M >
?'. Dttl ' sl _.
Im.-cli, tl.u Off ?.i ii.tf
?? ln . rr 1
????-?, i. Basei
. . ur Hj, i ,,? i - ?? w
Srr.i. k nol il. \\ .y. I . ' ?? Kl
? K - sr - HH B| Way
l?? L_fl ,,r, h_j_.
E.-_at_. j. K. i ' - r * l r..; 1*1 srtnutl Sliil
COOPER BLANKS CUBS;
ALLOWS ONLY 3 HITS
Pittsbarghi Peaa., Au?. 12. Pitcher
Cooper of the Pittsburgh Piraiee te
day held Chicatfo to three hits and two
on balls, the hc-ne team shut
l uut the viaitora, :i te 9.
The locals scored two run.. in th>
third inning on a stagle by Baird SBd
?uceess-vo trinles by Carey and
. I ,. In the lifth ;r.nin ? I
ningle and a witd throw l.y Wortman
and *A iison (tava rgh another
V ilflOl 1 ? ..'J!''
the fifth inr.inir and ga
Archer.
? -core foloi
CHI.AOO N I. ' PITT8BI R 1H M I.
, . at, r
10 0 4 4 i l 3 i : 'i 4 ??
Ptarh rf i ee essli'a ' i #
M inn f Ifll SISjB huhs lf 101 4 01
/..rn m-n .'1, I ? ?) ') 1 0 Hin.hm'n rf 4 0 1 1 <?J
*_<>llwlt_,lb 100 10 0 rohn_4on.ll 3 o o 14 11
Wilson ,- :(,o 1)1 r_ra_?T, B ? " i 3 . l
vr >.r . .. 1 '. M h M "> ? '> 1 '? I
i,>. , f i ? ; j n i riaehcr i . t o | ? oo
n ** !00 '? 1 : C.OB-T, fl... Sll S SS
l.ii.nilT p : 0 0 0 10
10 0 00 0
I , ? ' " 0'1
Totals ..tOOtt*
?B_U_i ? -M .
a
, . I ,,n 0 0 ? 0 0 0 0 0 .. .
. o o i o l o s ? i
v i* i - ?
? 1 ? ?rr? M
ll. ? ll lu
, ., \.< sa.1 '!*.> ?'.
4 , I ' ' ? - .
. .-_.-. 4 1 Irsl .ss* rrriH ? i '??_,.
I | r. .1 ;-,| r ?-?? ,- 4. ? "ff I.alrr,
,|_r I ?>*/ ? "?l*r 1 II. i '
uff __MB_M " al..l p iff I's. ?*r.
I ,n.i - - . > Bj I.ani I'r. 1 D?
r,xipw 1 rsa?_- kflO Itafev. tmptres ?
. . 4 ?.' a.. . Or__
Yanks Twice Beaten
By Lowly Athletics
Shocking.
nRf-T r.AMt
P1III.A (A U). 1NBW* TORK <A.!..'?
abrhpoa- ST.TJb
W'tt a* 4112 41 MaB"". ?*?? ?? I ? ?!
Wnlah. rf 8 2 2 0 81 Hia*. if J? ? | ?i
fftrunk. . f '.'-? 4 i nt Paek'-n**. ?? J ? . -'
Irajoi*. 21. 5 0 2 1 10 Ptip. lb... 81 IB 88
Mcln'la.lb I 1 117 10 Araaon. 3t> 4 0 3 0 4 I
UcEI'a.ll ?l 2 0 20 dedeon **t?Bl - ? -"'
I'lik. If 41 l 1 10 Miller. rf.. 40 110
llal.y. . . ft> 0 1 4 J 0 Vmaker. ,? 4 1 * ' J '
Myera, p. 41 3 1 4 0 Mn?rl.t-*-*.p *???;!
IKlaher. *?.. 18 ? t ??
r-Mullfn. . 10 1 0^00
Totalv 41 9i; H U2 Total* ? 3 11 -' Bfl
?Hatt.-I fnr Kt-tirr In Ih. at**** li.nlnfl
PHIa.WpMa ? 1 -fl n 1 I* I ? j "J
Sea XeA 0 0 0 1 e 1 1 ? "? >
I TS.n hiv kttl Pipp. "nh (J), Nunamak-r aml
*tia-?. Thr*. i.a-* Wt My-r- Btojao l*"?-*; -*""?**?
s-ire k Mullan <ll *airM.-? hit- Pipp aiv! '.-*l?<4i.
I.. ***** N'? ft'-r-. ?: l'ili?|l'P'la ? ?'**"
1 i.a*. ofl prmf* N~* York. I. 1'lilla.lrlplilB. 1
, H..M. nn balkl 0? i*l*h--. ft "*" M--r. I 1 M
and <-?r-.H run* <>T Mnartil-- I aMaamt * rmat
li ' : i Innlxif* Bff Ki iha*, I hB* ?'"1 - ttm I*
- ,,t ,''"* 'ri * !!" ?,? s8?*v
R, IBt-tB-ft-tflM IWIti s.n.rk aa* H> Bfaj/lia* _?.j
b, \|i,r, ] Wl I Plt<-'>- "flf*** ' B'Plr*'
iriioufltilla ii i i ??"? Ti" ? '-' '??
-OBOORD OAMI
f|| 11_\ i\ I.i SKW ViiRK A. I. >. i
.aaeta wtaa abrhpoa-n
wi.t ?? rlaaTaa mi-hi. ir...*!] ? ??
-.ValaH. rl ft") 0 <3 0 Ara-ron. 3b. 400 10
s, 4, . if 310 l io P*ckp'at.aa 4001 ?0
1?|I.. ? 3 00 3 4 0 MpjJ, lb.... 4 0 1J 00
M.Tnnla.lb 301 * 0 0 MulW rf 4 0 1 "0
M. K1..3n 4'M 1 0 1 ?>d*'on. b
,.,. K. ,-f .418 4 88 Mm.-. /' ??} : ? *
llal*.. ....200 7 I 0? X'exnnder.* 181 ; >
?Nnamak.r 100 0 ?0
|sha*ke.. pOOOJ) I"
Totala . tt 2 3 2. lil' Totala JJ 0 9 2* 13 1
-14!-? ' tm B-atfeH ln fl4b'h innin*
es-tss * -iMMn,t.g
Eran* ? id 0*liB*?i?l?i'
White Sox Beat
Tigers and Go
to Second Place
Faber Holiis Detroit to Four
Scattercd Hits, Scor
ing Shut-Out.
Chieago, Aag. lt The Chieago
White Sox went back into second place
to-day. '.'rbaii Faber held Detroit to
four scattered hits, while his team
mates bunche.i hits off Dau_8 and
von, .'1 to 0, while pt '-ouis won from
( leveland.
Leibold, who batted for ferry in
the fifth inning and singled after
Schalk had tripled. scored thc ?***??
run for the hom team. J. ' SlIlBSS
triple and Wea?er*e double accountod
for the next run ia the siath. Ths
othor run WBfl made in thfl seventh on
PcUch'fl double. an intield out and
M,Mullin's successful execution of
the Baaaese play.
CoM wns up three time* when the
Tigsra had raea on second baaa, He
v, as passed one, but his other two
attempts rOflttlted in easy outs.
Thc seere follows:
DETBOIT a I.i ! CHICAs-0 'A. y
abrh l" a? ?br _ P" *"
\-|tt |b 30 1 3 tt 1 ? -tllns. rf 4 1 1 J ??'
Kush. SB...I0I 1 10 Wi.rJr.ai, 401 I 4 1
I * | t 'i u' folllna 20 io:1 o -"
, | flOINSM '. . 4 0 0 13 1 ?>
l_*.lm'n!lb 100 II ? ' rUweY ef.. III ' ??
? ?'. s, r ,ik. e... III
T*m -? . j.ss i to
1010 0 0
iom h _le_r.ll*_S_ ill ? -
Mi' -h. ii. r- " >t Pabor. p..? SS# S IS
Totals o. o < M -i i Totau ,.?3 I^SI H 1
?liait*'. '??,- DasM Ifl tntmi taalBS '_*tt*?l for
I-.r-T Bl rifth Ir.run,.
,?.,n\< . 0 0 ,1 '1 0 0 0 0 0?fl
; ?.. '.iiiio i -s
. , , i, , ?_>??. r Wwl v ?" ftett basa
. ..,. ,.: as .. J ?-ii--s , OtUm taM*
,..',. ? . ' >? _**utas
|_fl ,i ll..
? ? ' "rff
i lll 1
' ?
ED PLANK SHUTS OUT
[ND1ANS WITH TWOHIW
t. Louis, Aog. 12 Pla '???
. ?,. ing bai two hita,
while St. 1 "
8 . t,i bII cor... i- ?:
.rk. .'iiuttir.,: t.ie.'n out, U to 0.
It wa;, the loeala1 twoatjr B4*eoad vic
tor*r out of the laal twaat-j-foai -jamen
I Iayi d on tha how i grounda.
:. tace.i rla IB,
.:ul Saeaker, waa gat both hr..-, was
ihe only man to roacl 8rat Ha aiaglod
in the tirst aad BII thrown out at
teeond trjring to -rtrateh hi* hit. In
the fuur'.h, he doubled after two were
out. but was loft on second, i'oth beinj
retired by Pratt.
Mixiag hita WttB bases on ba.ls. st.
Loaia aiada nine r,in*' in thc ,irsl- Mor*
| ton threw forty-four balls before he
wa* taken out. After rive run* ha.l
been seored and the tases were still
i tilled, Klepfer went in. Miller then
1 doubled. eioariag the ba.ies, and .
tcored him with a *ini*le. The locaU
inothflr i. t' third and one in the
. i. ? .xsft ?. L BT !.?>' (? i
ai r ? ab r I
.1 ? ? B.H ? -
... i .
. ? ? ; ;
: ?
11*8
!'? 3 3 3 ! 1 0
? f lla-i* p 3 1 1 1 '0
, , - 1 n
l I 1
ol. li . I '
n, u.. 0 0 0 I
K epfer p. 188 118
eimly... 1 0 o *0?
Totala. ? BM -' M | | TcuU 34 11 18 27 U 9
?Hj'uiI fur K.-rfT ln ninth BBflBBJ
I irfrlanl .0 0 0 0 0 0 * 0 ?? *
ii I*...l? ? 0 1 0 0 0 * 1 *-ll
?.?*? h!t?- -Sl*lr-r Mi;>r S(?ia*t M'nlan
- ? Plank I*ft ir lia?.i
. ...rian.l. ft Sl L-attB, 4 14aat< mi b*H*
, . ' eai lad ru-.? on* ii.rv ? 4
* n ,.'? 11 Bli'l I tll M 1
p;?n? .' and " ? Otrtmt Bfl
K .-..'' i ? r-aplr**?
, . Tllir 1 <?
Tennis Sweep for Columbui.
Columfcu.'. Ohio. Aug 12. All the
? ? . ,: the Caatral Oaia taaaia tour
1 naniert \*ere annexed hy Columbu*
player* here to-day, when Mi** Rachel
] Ilar-na, women'* single* champion, *uc
j ce*?fu!ly defended her title againit the
challenge of Mia* Joaephine Poweri,
I of Delaware, winning 8?8, 8-2.
Mogridge Battered Out of
the Lot in Openjng
Contest.
SHOCKER WORKS WELL,
BUT IS DEFEATED
Newly Recalled Pitcher Allows
Only Two Hits in thc
Second Fray.
The Yankees were buried d**p*?t it
the upheaval which wiped _r*at*r New
York off the baseball map yesterday.
Painful as it may seem, our beloved
Yanks, once the pride bf that section
which lies between Yonkers and the
Battery, hit the bottom of the bottom
less pit of degredation. They were
beaten twice by the apathetic Athletie-,
once by the BBSJ and ?re?some scorn
of 9 to .'1 and a_ain by the less la*
gloriou* score of '_ to n.
The Yankees never had a chance,
though. When they were wheeled into
the tield in their ambulances and m
valid chairs the Apathetics took a slant
at the remams of what was once a ball
team and perked up. "Here is an ag
grepatioii we can lick," was t'ne op
timistic word which pas^*,) _*WB th*
line of General .MacGilhc-uddy's raw
nnd raeeed nnlitiamen.
It wn. like callint: the roll of one of
the companies after the battle of Got
tysburg te *uc up the depleted ranks
of the Yankees. I.ee Magee reported
"present" to First Sergeant Perkm
pauirh, but he was limpinjr. Of the
_*llan'. band who led th- league before
ihe Western trip only Pipp remained
intact.
"Here is where Wfl make up for tho
twenty straifrht that we dropped.''
chortled the visitors from the i ity of
Brotherlv Love. "Let us descend into
von hospital and. without regard te
iho broader principle* ef hUBW
which have r.n'n.ni* te 'io with haseoall,
let us proceed to kick all of the pa?
tients in the slats."
And they did.
Macks Humblcd Mogridge.
Strong men wep* at that firal can-.*.
The Yanks, once the hope of II..
the boast of The Bronv and the mn;:
nincence of Manhattan, went waddling
around the tield like a lot of lame
ducks on benf crutches. Mogridj:
batted out of the lot by some P
delphians who had never made a bnt
corr.ec* with a baseball before.
Peckinpaugh, who la usually as
steady as 'hat Gibraltnr rock pile on
the defensive, began to heave them wild
about the lot. N'unamaker. one o( Mv
be*t range under* behind the bat.
seemed to lOSS th'- dlrectiOB of second
hase and was peggmg them !;ke an
Inebriated marinrr tryir.? la hit the
uooden doils down a*. Coney Ulsnd
With 'he exepfion of Wild Bill
Donovan the whole team flecflfled te be
afflicted with a -uddon suieidal mann.
L'Btil the last gun was : red BpOS thu
earaage^fltrewB Aeld gfllllam i
tatned his strategic position near the
first hase line flhoutiag encouragemeiit
to a lot of athletes who had theii
stutfed with cotton. (?ver the summ,t
of Coogan's Bluff a riotou* red Jias
was shrieking. lt seemed like ti,, , ? ,1
of the world to the strieken Yaakes
fans.
There was not mueh comfort in 'he
second game erthcr. I'rban Shocker,
the child recruit recalled by tke
Yankees, pitched shut-out ball, bai 'he
cripples eould not c.t m a run behind
him. The Yanks pot nine hits otf lee
Hu<h, the opposing boxman. buf they
eould not bunch them to land even one
lonesome run.
Shocker Wild at Start.
Young Mr. Shocker was a trifle v.i!d
.'. ? i lt, and aa he opened up it M BB4-d
that he was going to hurl as errn' eall**
as the re_*_l__ Yankees are hai
the. e daj ;. Hut h> sl :rrii*,i ie
?
: '
The
one in l
?
Gedeon ??? U
the Yai ? ? I '?
Shocker pr
?
Sho - | sae iate seatre,
l ia Pick.
i'roiii that time "on thi- mu!t I ni. in
? .? p r .1- r..".| an<: IB thi
b< sn to plead for a i Ofl
, high m ho; ? |i
.-. |. , .'oe liusii Mojid steady hin
?id the ehaaces for . ..
the wav rour.d dwtadleO ii' ? ?'?? .1
distance.
The barlsea looked a httle brigh* in
the eighth, .'hen Alesaadei i
Yankee half of the i-.rnng Mith a tw.i
bagger te left fie d. At this J
"Wild William" Donovan, in despair,
cul'.ed in N'u-amaker to make a Boise
like b plaeh hitter. Inst.-sd of giviag
that imltatlOB, Nunamaker fanned
^racefully.
Smothen?d at the Plate.
Then Bagl I High s:nt;!ed to lefl
, Fei | SN
Tbe _ ? ' . th.-r
hind
umph DUt too *
! !. bi o m the direcl hom i
Haley srooped as I
tag_ad Alesaader falrly ib the rih ll
v,?s out by a yard.
That was the c..io.-.t the i
came to the plate .tr that
Aag.* Aragoa, the Caaaa I
?ti ten xaakfl, tried har<l te bring
il rh ..round, bul Witt nailed hi
he last chance of the Tfl
j went into the thiu air.
The Apathetic* elinched the game in
the ninth. Strunk, who had struck out
thrice with Shocker in the box, was
given a pas, bv Shawkey. Lajoie sac
i rificed. After Mclnnis fouled out. Me
i Flwee hit wide into left and scored
i Strunk.
It was a hard day for the Yankv ar I
the fickle followers of their errai',
for'unes ber.ited and abused some ef
those who were once their favonte*.
Peckinpaugh and N'unamaker Hi BB.
escape ralumny. Kor it is the s\
'he great American game that the heio
of yesterday is fhe tramp of tii-da?,
However, the Yanks, having tr i ? 11
, as far a.? possibl in the direct '
i the bot'oj*. niay now begin ar other
!_ight to tne top. They still have re?
serve players. Rabe Shiels. the mas
cot, has not yet been ctftyed to the
colora.

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