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THE SUN, SUNDAY, AUGUST 2, 1914.
3k3
REDS MAKE WINNING
RALLY EARLY IN DAY
jn sVroml llnnnd Tlioy Gather
feK llims nnd Five Hits
Off .Toff.
flKTN'i MO UK THAN PLENTY
Third Straight. From Giants,
Who Tnn't, Hit Pitching
of Douglass.
Inr days thee or the triullni; three
twins In the National League. All three I
took a drubbing yesterday. The
won thtlr third strnlght from the tlanU;
th Quskers roughed the Cubs; tho Bos
tons smite, the Ctrdlnals.' Tho Braves
cam from behind unil won In the tenth, i
fireat excitement '.n the Hack Hay. And
There was Brooklyn during thrso. upsets?
Only engaged In trampling tho Pirates
trice nd climbing out of liiKt place ; '
that's ell
Vrslerdny's Result.
rinrtr' it' 6. New York, 1.
fl-o w -i. T. Pittsburg, 1 (first tin')
i-pHl.r Vi, Pltthurr, 1 .se-unl rnnfl,
rrii' pWi to. ciii.-.iro. t.
- t .'t I..m s. It den Inuliicei.
No r.me. e-hertulad for to-day.
Drolled Hemline of the Clubs.
T-ilay' Hrhednle.
!n rm e-heduted.
The renovated Hed butred iiround Jeff
Tcreiu 'i ono Inning at tho l'olo Grounds
juterday and etun; him hard enough to
tit htm and the other Olanta therrnlth
mElble3. The score was 6 to 1 and the
elx rur crre clusterod In n second In
rJn? Jamboree. An error by Klosoher
Wide mdttere worse, but without It Tea
rtu' battery errora and tho hits olf him
oould have aocounted for more runs than
the Olanta could fetch.
Trereatl pitched splendidly both before
Mid ,if:e- that and U Is hard to under
Itand what came over him In the de
Itructlvc fiond. He pitched as well as
Mil PoiiKlass tho rest of the tlmo, and
that Is gnytne a good deal, for Douglass
rad hN jpltter slzzllns and breaking to a
l.lfh point of eirectl-enes. Tho Olanta
either made clean hits or next to noth
Ssf barring three hard smashes to out-
f.:ders and they weren't flush enough
with clean hits to bo formidable.
The rudeness with which he was treated
In the eecond Inning aroused Tesreau's
I'e and h mowed the Reds down tho rest
rf lh time. Too late. Douclaes mowed
"ie ff'anti down all tho time. Tho Iteds
lKd snappy, rpnrkllng game. Few
lersers Including the Gl.inta, expted to
re ih-n bea th champions three times
! suTcvilon. but two victories made
them f' they could do It again and be
fore the Giants adjusted themselves to
the d'mii.dr f the .Saturday ooeaslon
thy were rwamped, outplayed.
Herrog and Oroh, former Giants, were
rromberf In the overthrow with their
erT.clent work, as was Hnrtram Daniels,
svhote plavlns the last two days has made
Jok Ground? patrons wonder why the
iar.ce re?lmu ever let him gt. Groat
i fay all n round for th Clao.ue which Is
Itrnnc fe tv. visiting team If the visiting
tMm hsp fs j sjp ahead.
Trsr.au stnick out two Heds In the
first .nn'ng, and thre was no foreboding
of the clouds which were gathering over I
Mm TI.,.. . . . . , . i
Mnt. Ther.' Was one, nut In the eecnnrt
lining nhen a home run belched from
Jhe sentient slapstick of Heinle Oroh. It
bel-hd a'! the way to the left Held
NicVr That waa Just a forerunner.
A modlfed hit a two bagger belched
from the waving pestle of Heinle, or
Chappy or whatever It In he'a called,
M"ran.
Heirds or Ludwjg, or whatever his
first name j, Mollwltz hit to Fletcher and
I I M I I ('I i II - I I
ii " u.i - 'g u b b
w 2 - , - O t.
Nfw York " 8, 0 ' 7 B S3 31 j.Ot
CMcs'tol "Vj"" pH'lt J0JT " 63 42 3
sTlotIs T)?1 I ft tOjtl ) tt 45 j Ml
pylori S'lll ! ft 4 4 8 4S 41 ' .VX),
Cincinnati .;3jio'7j S In o JS 4!74l
piinadelphla "5 ftj J J o 42 49 .482
Urnoklyn 8 i ln 5 6 nj 3 4 113
PhUDUft "s1 "! S ' It 91 -3
(Hsifs LosT" SS 1C'4S 4S 44 4''ll 31' 3M
V J
Jl' tile or Ludwlg legged It to second Pr'sen.lb J I J ?amrVDP
ille Heinle or Chappy was being chased. I I'trrltt.p g 0 o 3 Wamrs.p.. 2.12 2
Heteher ran Moran back to second and e ------H Totals...! ,w 1
I hero touched him and Mollwltr. There
ivas a distinct lapse of time before the
Itcltlon was given as to which ma was
rut, the earns being a needless sttiutlon,
for Mollwltr waa out of course, as tfjclded
by Byron, the plate umpire; and he was
fully aa much out right away on whan
the dec). )on wa, ven,
But we dlgresn from the harrowing
details which followed. Tesreau nicked
C.a-ko with a pitched ball and Douglaes
fids a ttngle, which tcored Moran. Tea
mu thought what Myron called balls on
".iniels and Hemog were strikes. Be
'Is' ss It may. Daniels lingered at the
J -'i I.irg enough to draw four balls and
Jl'rror. hovered around the ahleld until
b If fly with an Infield single. Fletcher
tnefl for an nut and thew the ball past
Mrle. Clarke. Douglass and Daniels
pwed home gleefully, and Herzog to third.
2ls moved from tho tertiary tenement
10 tOTlrnev's end when Tn-nmhW
Untl'd.
A nasshg solution of Douglass's pitch
Ins ' In " e fourth Inning brought a run
o the Giants. With two out Burns singled,
tn. first NVw York hit. He rtole second
f.d Robert, on doub'ed to left centre. Two
J1 by the Giants In tho sixth were
I'sflgM Bt,r,.,t w'h strikeouts. Tesrtau
Mr'irk ou. Heseher -Inglod nnd on the
run and hit reached third when Doylo
t lu-ied Bi..ch"r came to a dead stop at
"Old. but een then had time to take
tMM Tv.vl .,t0e. and with Heschrr
rjnrd aav on the buses for want of rt-
st' cf. The extreme precaution of
Jisroc in finding a pitcher out to warm
Mi was unnecessary, for Hums nnd Hob
irtsnr struck out
Mciw'tj 1avcd Htrzog an error'ln tho
flrhth bv a Jumping catch, and Daniels
rtllrH Ttf.cher with a beauteous run
rirg cite'. Me caunht the ball, and Just
Jo thow thit mich kind am clnchs for
I'm Tianlels tn-st-d t along to Moran
viie st'i' running, nig league stuff,
mvev Itobertson forced HurnB, who
h.ad walked in the ninth, nnd stole soo-
Cnd because fMai-U .Hiln't lather in throw.
!0'iglRs was wind Ins up, playing for tho
Utter, ,snd Divey was stealing third quite
essny when Fletcher lined to left.
womblj dhvd and cnught tho ball and
I 'ore Vd.v could digest tho play and
fi treat he us. doubled. The scoro:
CINCINNATI i N Li, NKW YORK rN. L.)
Bb ' h ii a r ab r h n a e
jnuel- r! . 1 o 1 o oltiewher.cf 4 0 1 3 0 0
""fir M 4 t 1 1 3 O.noyle.'.'b,. 4 0 1 2 4 0
5WrH 4 0 1 b 1 Olllurns.lf .311100
giso " Jb i 0 l t i oiHob's'n.rf 4 0 11
Prn,tb.. 3 113 1 o'Fla'hrr.ss. 4 0 11
110 0
1
florsnet. 4 113 0 oiMerkle lb. 3 o oil 0
fWti.lb 4ftlft 0IMrirs.c.. 3 0 0 13
rarke c z i o s a o KtiH-k,3b .30003
tourlYp 4 11-0 VTesieau.p, 2 0 0 0 2
0 0
3 0
3 0
2 1
.Cnn.l-r-'B- t A fl ft ft
TrUU 5' 7 V l Wlllie.p 0 0 0 0 0
1 Totals. ..Jl 62711
'o,ed fcr Trsreau 111 the eirlilh itininr.
Sc-a!iMl ... 0 0 0 1 0 t 0 S
-i, ...ftiioionoo ol
THEY'VE HELPED
I THIRD nAJRA. AinilOlT. s BMRF " "'J FlIlftT BAHRMA.V Jini.LWIW.
hat's Cincinnati. : New York. 4. First base .
in litllsOtf Douglas, I ort Terean. t. Struc'.i
oul- rtj Douila.i, 4. by Tesre-m, t, liy Wiltsc,
I Holm run (rolt. Twu b.i hlte Morati.
llnhrrteoti. ptnlen tne -Mehcili. I'oylo. Hurne,
Itoiri'tiioii. Dnubto iltt-Tonilily and ilroh.
Jill hy pllehrd ball lly Teweati ((iroh. Clarkei.
llit-On Trtrenu. In etclit lntilnje: off
Wllt"e, 1 In ono Innliic I'mulrn In thief
Jlyroti. Field utnplre-lohn.on. Time 1 hour
uti.l mlittites.
HAWAIIAN PITCHER GOES WELL.
,Ontilche firnit Wolter Jolinsnn
Karls- l'nrt of Journey.
DcTT.orr, Aug. 1. John Hrodlo Will
lams, tint Tigers' Hawaiian twlrler, mado
his second start of the m-uhoii to-day and
was beaten by Walter Johnson, the score
being .1 to 0. Williams hurled great ball
for eight Innings. H outpltched John
Hon. allowing live hits to the six off
Walter In those eight rounds and showing
piTfect control, wh le Johnron walked six
men. In the eighth Washington scored on
a single ami a wild throw. Two Mts and
u pass resulted In two more for the
National In the ninth Inning, The score;
WASHINGTON (A.L.) DKTIIOIT (A. 1)
anrnpae aDrnpe
Mller.rf. 4 0O200 ttuh.i ..493241
Vo.ter.Sb 3 1 0 2 0 0, M'r'ty.JU 6 0 2 0 4 0
Mlte'l.lf 4 12 2 0 0 llluh.cf. 1 0 0 4 0 0
Uandll.lb S 0 1 6 1 0 C'ford.rf. J M 0 0 0 0
llh'nl.s.cf 4 0 0 4 0 (' Wsrh.lf . 4 0 2 2 0 0
Seh'fer.Jb J 0 1 2 S O K'v'eh.Sh 1 0 e r. 4 0
M'Ude.ss S 1 1 2 1 olliurn.lb. 0 010 0 0
A Wms.c 2 0 1 T S 0'McKee . 1 0 0 0 0 0
Johns'ap 2 0 0 0 4 O'IClm'n.lb 3 0 0 1 0 0
naUrr.e. 3 0 0 3 10
Total..2l 2 6 2712 OJUW'e.p 3 0 0 0 2 1
ItDubtte . 0 0 0 0 0 0
i Totals ,31 0 7 27 IS t
Batted for nufns In the richth Innlnc.
Illatted for Williams In the ninth inntn.
IJetrolt ' 1 1 M t J M
Wahlnrton 00090001 -
Two baae hit A, William- aacrtflce hits
Karanwh. 3; Hih. A WUllams. Oundll
Double Play- Bush. Kavanah and Burns Sae.
nllcv fly-Johnson First bus on balls Of!
Johnson. : oil Williams. 2. Struck out-By
Williams, t: by Johnson, r.. Wild pitches
flnhnFiTld
4i nunutra
FAST GOING BRAVES VICT0R8.
Great Crowd I'llbi 1'rmvnr Parta to
Wntrh Strnamle.
Hoston. Aug. 1. The largest crowd
that ever witnessed a National League
game In this city saw the Hraves win In
ten Innings from the Cardinals to-day by
u 4 to 3 score. Fenway Park was the
scene and James nnd Perrltt started hos
tilities. A walk, a single and an
error gave St. Louis a run In the opener.
!,...,, .-nr.., I three runs In tho eighth on
a fielder's choice, u walk. Connolly's-sln-
-I- n,i tiii-nnvill'R snrrltlce fly Four
lilts allowed St. Louis to tie It up In the
. ... ,!.., Kl.. wl.li WTilttefl S
..intn nnd Kvers'M doublo with "hltted'8
single gave Hoaton the win. The score:
ST LOL'W (N L) , BOSTON (N. L.)
ab r b p h e b r h p a e
lfirtns "b I 1 ' 1 ' OlDeTOre.ri s i y
IJ M'te cf 4 0 2 4 0 1 '.Cat htr 1 0 0 0 0 0
J M'er'ss I! 0 Con'lly.lf 4 1 J 4 J J
Wllsonrf S 0 ft .1 0 ft'lWhltted I 1 $ 0 0
&fi..Sl-i"J J 1
0 0 J 0 OlDesUb
Tlitted for O'Connor in the ranth Inrtrjr.
tTw out when wlnnlnr n wm 'eorei
tPtted for Dvor. In t; tenth Inning.
IHitted for Connolly In the tenth Innliur.
OOOOOOOIO
Si"'.0" 10000000J
14
03
Two bise hite-Nash, Erers. nits-Ott Per
ri in elsht Innlnis: off Sallee. 2 in two
lnnlnrs SaVrtnce nr-Marsnvtlle. Stolen bases
Innlnrr s7h,,iJt 'nrrlns. fjnydjr. Double
Maee. . "e Rhmldt Left on
SJTlorf Jw. .' 8, off rerritt. J. First base
SJ'-BortSfc 1 H. br Pltcber-By James
?".""r." V. ' lierrltt iMaranvllle). struck
luiniuiu. ., , : t perrltt. 2! by Bailee. 2.
tts-SSS- W' nfe-, hour.
and 6 minutes
HCKUPS AT EBBETS FIELD.
v.rf.rds.r's double vtetory not only pulled
sSsrSl
I II- 1 . -
t. .i.atimn rV numotT ui . - . . -
fiiny In the old Qa.
th
rii-lng Dutchman ! P'PP'" P
great
dtal now
. . ..uitlnn
citshnw naa "" ;;-ri
SI'S.'"' " . . x . Imnhl.in.nt
M.Stv O'Toole T. nt IlkVly'to mln'rle much
riputstlon,
llrMnarv esercl.".. rV.d Crk. stood behind
htm Inxtouslv walohlnr every movement,
in nrrctlcs Slarly se.med to fill every apse!-
Nation "t 1" h" h' WM ,h """"
old dlssppolntmsnt.
In the. second Inning of the nrjl fimj
iiiele Firsn at bat Mnnarsr Roblnaon
w.n Kleni'l attontlon to an alltgsd Illegal
SiBitttSs
gbonS
e,4l pttt.'l.UTg Plaver. btll.v. that Cole
man will l"velop Into on; .of the flne.t
cM?hsVs In the National Learue. lis U
.iiihiiv bothered hv a lame arm. Col.
nan aiTpears t be a ne throiver. He 1
on"." of1' the largest men In the profession.
Jundln illfhtly over 1 feet 3 IncY.f.
In the eigntn innins oi ."'"''';,";"
Cran was cauxht st the plate Irving to
runup "hlch Anally landed Hltan at the
P'' Leonard and Ham Hlatt figured In each
came In the pinch hlttlnr role, hut neither
Uml close to rttlnr. anything that re-
iimhled a hit, lltt nntsnen si iirei iir
feBertng Konstchy In tho seventh Innlnr
of th. nr.t Same. I..nard also took the
. r si a 1 Miri
(ner'snd KmWY Ths .eh.me Worl.4
S5Sn. w unfortunate" enotirh t be
?om-i'.J with two very bid bounds. No ons
111. 'would have rot these with any dagrsa
if rsMMnty. but thev nsverthelssi detiacted
in afternoon 01 ram uiim".,, j,
IN PUTTING SKIDS UNDER GIANTS FOR LAST THREE .DAYS
Ot?TFIK.MIF.Il
NEWYORKSWINSIX
OUT OF SEVEN GAMES
SerloR Against, Naps Wlndu Fp
With Even Breah, Mitchell
nnd Keating Stnrrlng.
FOItMEP BLANKS TITVALS
Chance's Rplthnll Man Nearly
as Effective In Flnnl Bout
Scores 7 to 0 and 0 to 2.
The Ifr , Torks rtldnt make a mmpMe
cleanup of their busy series In Cleveland,
but they did break even yesterday and
take six games out of rven. Now they
move on to more serious work. The
Athletics took the whole aeries In St.
Louis and the Hed Pot again found Chi-
Washington, shut out
Detroit.
Yesterday's Itesntte.
CUreland. 7; New York. (first ri
tin York. 9; ClsrsUnd. 2 (eeond
Philadelphia. ; St. 1tuls, 6.
Washington. 3; Detroit. 0.
Uowton, 4; Clilceio. 2.
ame).
aiiie).
Detailed fltandlnt- of the Clnbs.
n
Q
CIS
s a Sr
CO a 1
00 1 31 I 043
Philadelphia.
110!
Boston..
7 0
t!,
Hl 41
Washloiton.
Detroit...
ii
1!
i
4
41
Chicago ,
p.to 0
St. Louts..
11
New York...
.11
Cleveland..
ti
4
Game Lost.
133;
o!4s:
!8 40
63 671
To-day's Schedule.
He York In Detroit.
Philadelphia In Chicago.
Waahlnrton Vn Cleveland.
Boston In St. Louis.
CttitANt, Aug. 1. The New Torlo!
ended their series with the Naps to-day,
winning six of the seven games. They
split even on tho double header to-day.
losing the flrbt gamo. 7 U 0, and winning
the second, B to 2.
.....v.i. i e in
viiiio jai!i;u!:ii wo. ii w
the first game, tightening whenever New
York, got on the sacks, Tho Naps
knocked MeHale out of the box In the
first Inning, scoring four run. Brown
replaced him, but vas not particularly
effeotlve, the Naps getting three runs ou
him. M , .
Keating waa n tower of strength for
th. New Yorks In the second game, keep
ing the hits scattered except In the first
ana sixm. 111 eucii iu wiutii tiw- " w
scored a run. Collamore nnd Hngermiin
were knocked out of the box by tho
Chancemen, Blandlng finishing the game
Th' Napa btg'an the day by scoring
S S:cAWtOBr"' :rn;.edeWooga
so did Turner. Oraney scored and Tur-
ner toon tiura on i-reea wnu iiimvo uvrr
third. On Jackson's grounder Turner
ullr
was out at the plate, being run down
between bases Jackwn Sftnif to third. , , hf AthIeticB took thfl fourth
Chapman 'ln:'n'iyL0A thlw straight gsme here to-day. Hits by Col
amashel one to McJIale, whose w Id throw , . . h ' . .
ball over Mal.el'. head. Klrke going to
third. Poiold .singled, faring lurke, but
was out stealing. , mm. w
ill tun icvwtiu ' , ,
n. O'Nelll'e single. Mitchell's sacrifice 1
nri nienn'n slna-ln dolnir the trick. The
The
fourth was productive or anotner tally
for the Naps, O'Ntlll tripling and scor-
Ing on Mitchell's aacrlflce Ily. The Naps
-AA nnnih.. tr thl ecnrc. In thn dfth
on J.ckaon's triple and Chapman's erl.
flee fly,
The Napa were the flrslt to score In
the second game. Oraney walked In the
first. Olson hit Into a double play, Peck
to Boo e to Mullen. Jackson singled and
stole and scored on Chapman's single,
The visitors took tho lead In tho
third. Boone and Daley single!, and
Boono score on Cre- 'a sacrifice fly. Mill
len rlncled. scoring Daley. In the llf'h
..... ..,..-
lth New Yorki ndded thieo 1o their score
1 f,illniT,np.i Wllh one rlmvn
tioJ 1...IL..1 nnd Dnlev was hit hv a
Bonne walked, and
pitched bull. ASoodss fumble isavorl
Cook, filling tho bases. Cree's Bacrltlce
flv to Lelhold scoied Boone, rind Daley
.oeed whnn Collamore madn a noor re-
lav of L'lbold's throw to the plate. Cool;
got to third, from where he "scored on
Mullen's double.
Four runs ware added to the New York
total In the sixth, and Hagennan wm
TWOMni.V.
derrlcked. flwteney doubled and soored
on Keating' elnglo. Keating took sec
ond on the throw and went to third on
Hoono's hoist. Daley and Cook walked.
filling the bases. Cree'a Infield slngl"
scored Keating. Mullln's single scored '
Daley and Cook, niandlng replaced Ha-
Rerman in time lor i-eca o nun m
final out. The Naps got one run In the
slith. Jackson tripled and scored when
Hoone's relay of Cree's .throw went wild.
The scores s
F7IIST OA.MT.
NT:W YORK (A. U) I CLF.VF.I.AND tA. I)
ab r h n a e ab r h p a e
Boane.Jb. 3 0 1 2 2 0 Oraney.lf. 4 1 2 0 0
liaiflr It . 4 ii 1 4 o o Ttiriifr.IB. I o l i I "
4'ook.rf . 4 0 0 1 0 OIson.;b.. 3 0 1 6 0 0
Cren.ct... 4 ft 0 ( o IiJaikson.cf 4 3 2 2 0 0
MUllrn.lb 4 0 13 1 0 Cliap'n.M. 3 1 3 2 4 0'
I'fvU'h.ss 4 0 J, 2 1 oiRirkr.rt.. 4 11 1 0
Nun'ker.e Hill ohvrold b. 4 0 2 1 0 0
Mats-Lab 4 0 1 4 4 OlWood.tb.. 3 0 0 3 0 0
MrJIale.p fl 0 0 1 0 lloNelll.c. 3 3 2 1ft o o
Brown.p 3 0 0 0 2 O.MlPhell.p 1 0 0 0 0 o
t..i. n7Ts7"; Tnt.i..5"iii51'il
Iloone out; hit by tiatt'd ball.
New York 00000000 0-0
Clrveland .. .. 4 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 ..7
hu tunes at bat. 4 runs. 4 Kite oft Mellale
In one-third of an lnnlmr T base lut ,
.iaiT4 j urea un ntif w ...'.i.. ..imuii.
Stolen basrs-flrawy, Kirkn. Sacrifice hit -
Mitchell, flucrince Hies Mitchell. Chapman
5triH'k ont Ily Mitchell. : by Brown, t. First
bwe on balls Olt Mitchell, t. Passed ball-Nunamakrr-
Double play Chapman. Tunrr
and Wnad. Umpires tran and Evans.
BXN1) OAME.
NEW YORK (A. L.) I OLEVFJ.AND (A. K
ab r h p ft ef ab r h p a e
Ioone.!b. 3 2 1 3 4 llOraney.lf. 3 0 0 3 0 0
l)!cy.lf.. 3 8 1 4 0 0OIon.:b,. 4 0 3 1 4 0
Cook.rf . 3 2 0 0 0 ) 'aekson.cf 4 2 2 3 0 0
Cree.ct.. 2 0 1 0 0 0
riiap'n.ss. 4 0 1 0 3 0
Mill en. lb t. 0 3 1ft 0 (
HirKe.rt.. : 0 u 1 "
I-lboll.rf 2 0 2 4 0 0
l'etold.Jb, 400110
iVood.lb.. 4 0 1 11 0 1
F.zan.c . 4 0 0 3 1 0
IVrk'h.sa 0 0 4 2 0
Hv ner.c. 4 114 0 0
Malsel.3b 4 0 1 2 4 0
Kestlnr.p 4 1 2 0 S 0
Totl.,34"10n 1
Col'm're.p 1 0 7 1
lisre an,p 1 v v u v u
Blandl'r.p 1 0 0 0 1 0
Totals .. 34 2 1 27 11 2
Sew York...- 00208400 0-3
Cleeland 10000100 0-t
To base hit Mullen. Three twse hlt
Jackson. Stolen bases Jackson. Chapman,
retold. 2. facrldce fliee-Cree !. First bse
on balls OB Collamorr. 2; off Haarrnian, z
irilrk out By Collaniore, 1: by Keatlnr, 4
Hit by pitcher By Collamore, (Boone, Daley).
PasMd l.sll-i:an Seventeen at bat. e runs.
I hits off Collamore In four and two-thirds
lnnlnrs: Ten at bat. 4 runs. 4 hits ott
Hasermsn In ope Innlnr Umpires bran and
Krai
F0URNIEBS FUMBLE COSTLY.
Tsvo Ont 'When It SInUee Itl lied
Jnl Then Make Wlnnlntr Itnns.
Ciiicaoo, Aug. 1. The Rd Sox beat
the White Sox 4 to 2 to-day and made
It four straight. In tho seventh round,
with two gone, Gardner hit to Black
burne, who tossed perfectly to Fournlor.
The latter dropped the ball. Then Jan
vrln tripled, Hoblltiell tingled and what
eemed to be a certain defeat was turned
into victory. Soott clinched It with a
ftorne run drive In the eighth. Bern al
lowed only four hits and the game would
have been his hail Fournler held to the
sphere. Tho score:
BOSTON (A. LI I CmCAOO (A. I
ab r h n a el abrhnae
Hoor'r.rf 4 0 0 2 0 O'TJerrer.M 4 114 8 0
Scott. ss 2 2 12 1 0 Bl'hh'e.Sb 3 0 0 1 8 1
FD'k'r.cf 4 0 0 6 0 0 Dem'ltt.lf 3 9 1 2 0 0
I-t,lf. 4 0 0 1 0 11 J Cora.rt
C.'dner.Sb 4 1 0 0 8 0 F'rnler.lb
4 1110ft
4 0 9 U 0 0
4 0 1 10 0
8 0 0 2 2 0
I J nrnM" ' ' . ? ?: iio.ur.ri,.
lt'b z'l.lb 8 0 1 10 0 o.Marer.c-.
t'Wn.c. 3 ft 0 0 J,Airock 5b
1 PJJ inrd'!,'.
3 0.1 1 1 1
1 0 0 0 0 0
3 0 0 0 1 0
1 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 0 0
TntiJe I 121 I l'challc..
IClcolte.p.
1
Tot1t...81 2 7 27 11 3
Ratted for Benr In the elthth Innlnr
Boston 00000031O-
Chicago 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 03
J-eft on bases Hoston. 2: Cblcaro. 4. First
hue nn balls on Bent. 1. Struck out By
1 Collins. 5: by
Henx. 1; by Clcotle. 1. two naiwi
Threo Daat. iui -janvnn. nome
-- t. .,,..1.1 n
mlu i;mnireHlldebr'atul and Chill. T1me-1
, hour and 40 minutes.
BROWNS' FIVE RUN RALLY, FAILS.
Atht.c Add Three . ..bth
f . Take Fourth Stralarbt.
ST. Louis, Aug, 1. Despite a five run
11.. 1 . U - 11 U. .1v.U Inntnn
1 ""T'J ".
rn"u,b'V HnT nTco lln. and Shotton was
i f.atura. Th8 Athletics ran the bases
; ,n Krent rtJ.,e aeon.
rillLA. (A. I..1. I BT. IX)UT3 fA. U)
ab r h n a el ill r n P t
Murnhy.rt 6 2 2 0 0 0 WU'tna.rt 4 0 0 0 0 0
': 5 t J i S 0 ili'ton ef 4 1 8 1 0 1
V1''lr",;,b 5 ; f J ; o?Jtctn!hf i 11 8 1
U !l O V U
MTnls.lb 4 1 2 11 1 0 " wik'r.H H I 1 1 1
SlrnnU.cf 4 12 10 0'rarr.lb . 4 1 1 11 3 2
, ftnx" . J J f J S
Uutl. n 1 A A ft S ft Affliew.C
4 0 1 4 0 0
1 iiavle.s , 0 ft 0 0 5 oln'rd'n'r.p ft 0 0 0 1 0
Pnook.p. 10001 0 Hocn.p..
1 0 0 3 3 0
tMtller.... 1 0 0 0 0 0
Totals., M 7 IT 27 II I
Total8S It 27 II J
Bitted for Bush In the seventh Irnilnr.
tllatted for wuuams In the ninth Innlnc,
llljtteil for Horh In the ninth Innlnr.
. I..ltll
Itilladrltihla 4300000! 0-9
St Louts
OODOUDVU V o
I two ba
hits Walsh, Pratt, Barry. Three
. h.en hit -Mnrnliv. Ilnwaril Kacrltlre hlts.
Walsh. .Mclnnis. Collins. Bush, Striink. Double
play-C. Wslker and Arnew. Stolen bases-
, (nu' Collins. Murphy, 3:. Hit by pitched
, ball llv llauinrardner, Harry. Hoch,
Sehmu; by. Bush. Lavan. Wild plti h-Bauiii
' ganlner,
Basea on halls On llaiinirarilnrr.
2; off Hoch. 2; oft Peniiock. 1. Struck out--
Tlv lln.h. 81 by Hocti. t. bv I'flinoek. 3.
Pitching record-Off Banmirardner, fi hits s runs
In one inmnv; 011 iiusn, 1 11ns o riius 111 sia
inninira. I,eft on bases Philadilnhla, 11: St.
Louis. I. Umpires Dlnten and Cvooally. Time
2 hours and 7t ml nines.
DODGERS LEAVE LAST
PLACE. WINNING BOTHj
Hitters Hit nnd Pitchers Pitch, i
Pirates Being Crushed hy
7 to 1 and 10 to 1.
PFEFFEB. IN GBEAT FOBM
So Is Benlhach Cutshaw and
Vlox Have Sharp Duel for
Fielding Honors.
TVMhrt TlnMn-ntt'. n r.
IHTt Konirmon s nndiren! emerged
from the gloom of the cellar Just about
j-ta . . .,.,-tn . -.,,h i,t
aufK "x evening as a result i'f nesting
Fred Clarke's Pirate In both parts of
double header at Kbhets Field. The
scorns favored the home talent by 7 to
1 and 10 to 1 respectively.
If the style of play shown yesterday
ly had been a regular habit with the
Brooklyn team It now would be well In
the fore of the fight. Itobmeton's heavy
hitters went out on a real rampagej
against the best pitching Clarke could
muster, while, qulto uniusual for them.
Pfeffer and Heulbach pitched all the way
as If victory were the question of one
run. The result waa a matter of cer
tainty. No way has been found yet to
counteract a combination of freo hitting
ami tight twirling.
In the bargain attraction BrookJpn
snineed a total of two doion hits for
twenty-nine bases, as compared to six
teen by the visitors. Brooklyn waa
guilty of only one error, while the In
vaders contributed a half dosen.
One of the most pleasing features of
the holiday wi the duel betweum Cut
shaw and Vlox for fielding honors. Bach
of these little second basemen showed a
number of sensational scooping throws
on slow rollers that would have gono
for lilts nlnnty-nltin times In a hundred.
Any one of these playa might be con
sidered a pretty fair afternoons work.
Tho extreme weakness of Clarke's
Pitching stuff was illustrated In both en
e'agements. Babe Adams waj cannon
aded off the kopje In tho fifth Ir.nlng of
tho first game. Marty O Toole and Mc
Quillan wero pounded for eight runs In
tho second round of the closing argu
ment Pfeffer, Boblnson'a star youngster and
the most reliable man of the corps, was
never In trouble after the second Inning.
Ho would have escaped with a shutout
to his Credit but for long doubles to
right by ptbaon and Collins In this
Inning. PfelTer was supported ably. Both
outfield and Infield arose to emergencies
lime after time. An excellent relay by
Cutshaw from Stengel cut down Collins,
trying to etrctoh his double. It wag
the third out and had a great moral effect
upon Pfeffer, who was beginning to dis
play evidence! of nervousness.
The mighty Hans Wagner, who didn't
get a hit all day, was to blame for
the three runs Brooklyn counted In the
third inning. His error gave a life to
Hed Smith. Fischer grounded to the box.
and Pfefftr struck out, but Dalton dropped
a lucky double Into centre, tying tho
score. Then Jake Daubert ruined Adams's
prospects with a terrlflo drive over the
right field fence.
Adams staggered through the fourth
safely, but in the fifth he was met by
a scorching fire nnd forced to retire with
only one out after he had allowed th
tecond cluster or three runs, l-lschur
drew a puss to start tt all. Pfeffer popped
weakly trying to sacrifice. Dalton singled
to rentre on a run and hit play, send
ing Fischer to third, uaubort belted a
double off the right wall, scoring Fischer,
Stengel's clean ono bagger to tho
same spot drove home Dalton and
Daubert and relieved the madding at
mosphere of Adams's presence. Colt Con-
relman, rapidly wanned, struck out Zach
Wheat. Glbson'a good throw to Wagner
eliminated Etengel when ho missed a full
away elldo on a pilfer excursion.
Conzelman might have given Pfeffer
a real argument had he started on even
terms. He certainly pitched himself out
of a lot of trouble the moment lie re
llrved Adams. Again In thn sixth, In
spite of three hits, a stolen base and
an error, the youngster held Brooklyn
to one score, cum haw got all the way
to third with none out Hs singled,
stole second and took an extra base on
CJIbson's poor throw. Ho scored while
Wagner was tossing out Egan. Smith
was nipped hy Carey when he tried to
stretch a single. 11 most distressing break,
as Fletrtier followed with a long hit
to right that would have scored any
runner from second
The second game centrtd around the
second Inning, when Brooklyn scored
the unusual number of eight times. Be
fore O'Toole could register one out he
waa hustled to the shower by hlej boas.
He had been found for three runs and
loft the legacy of crowded bases
to George McQuillan. By the time this
relief pitcher had thrown two balls four
nioro runs were accounted for.
Kgan singled to start It and Smith
walked. McCarty hit safoly to right,
scoring Egnn and moving to second on
a futllii throwln. Heulbach singled to
centre, driving Fmlrf. across. The big
pitcher reached the midway when Kelly's
throw to third lilt McCarty In the back.
Dalton outguessed OToole and the bases
wero mien I'suiirn nniiciiia a nn
thrnurh Vlox. seorlnc McCartv and leav.
Ing threo still on.
Here came McQui!lan. BtenreJ met hla
S I
centre. Casey moved to socond on Kelly'
rather wide throwln that failed to head
Dalton, who scored behind Heulbach. Zach
Wheat hit big Mao's second toss for an
other single to the same spot. This hit
scored Daulwrt and Htengel. It Is doubt
ful If four runn ever were manufactured
In faster time. Wheat stole second as
Cutshaw missed his third strike. Egan's
grounder to Wagner let .icti take third.
to scoro when 1 tonus fumbled badly on
Bmtth.
The brace of runs off McQuillan In the
Ixth were earned rather cheaply. Dal
ton singled through Wagner nnd Myers
ran for him. Coilms's throwln of Dau-
bert's single carried wide nnd on tho er
ror Myers tallied, Jiko moving to second.
The captain pilfered third and sooted on
Wheats short fly to vlox. The latter
had to rush out at ton speed for the
Texas Leaguer and was not able to halt
In time for a throw to the plate.
Pittsburg's only run came In the third.
With ono out Mowrey singled. Wagner
walked apd Kelly hlngled, tilling the bases.
Konetchy dropped a Iltiky Texns leaguer
behind I"gan, on which Mowrey was ablo
to score, neullacli pulled himself out of
a hole when he struck out both Vlox and
Coleman. The score !
FIKVT (JAMK.
PTTTSllURO (N, Ij.) I I1KOORT.TN (V. T
ab r h p e ab r h p a e
Colllne.rf 4 n 1 2 ii 0 t)aIton,ef. 4 2 3 4 0 0
csrey.ir 30311 0: ivutxrt.lh 4 2 9 7 1 0
M'rer.lb. 3 0 1 2 0 Oi.Mf lirol.rf. 4 0 12 10
Insrd.Sb 2 0 0 0 0 1' Wtuat.lf. 4 0 1 4 0 0
W'nwr.M 4 II 0 3 .1 1 IValiaw.Sb 3 1 3 4 4 0
Krlly.rf 3 0 1 0 0 0 Kitan.ss .. 4 0 0 0 1 1
K'n'liy.lb 2 0 0 r 0 0 Smltli.ib.. 3 113 10
llrult.il). 2 0 0 3 0 0 Fls'lier.e. 8 113 0 0
Vl(il.:tl... 4 0 1 1 4 0illef(er,p.. 3 0 0 0 3 0
Olbann.C. 411611.
AiUniMi. 2 0 0 1 2 Oj Totals ..32 710 2713 1
C'nt'n.p. 1 0 0 0 0 o'
Total, .Ml"? 84U 2'
llttsburr 01000000 0-1
Hrnnlriyn 11 0303100 ..7
First bttA on r"Tor Wttsbura'. 1: Prooldyn.
1. Ilt on ba -l1ttbur-, 7; ltrooklyn. 3.
First bone nil t.alle-Oft Adauia. 1; ort Wrf.
Irr, 2. .Struck nut Py Adams. 2, ti) Cotiiel.
men, 1; by I'felter, 3. Home run Daubert.
Too base tilt llltnon, Collins. Daltiin. llail
bert. PeerHlce hit Cutshax. Stolen base Oil.
shaw. Double pity Wsimer and Hyatt. Wild
pitch I'fefter. Jllt Olt Adams, In lour and
otuvthlrd lnnlnrs; oft Contelmsn. 4 In tbrre
ami two-thirds I mil rut. Hnipirn In chief Klrm.
Field umpire Kmslle. Time 1 hour aiul II
mliiutra.
HF.CONT) OAMH.
pnTsnuRO (N. IirookijYN (N i
an r 11 p u e, an r n p a e
Collins rf f 0 1 10 l'Dalton.cf
3 12 10V
Airj.i 1 a) v I J u vit.'ijciSi 11 1 " ' '
0 1 0 0 0 0
M'm.3h. 4 1 2 2 0 liltum'el.cf 1 0 1 1 0
W'mer.ss 8 0 0 1 4 l'D'ubert.lb I 2 311 0 0
limy. or 4 0 2 s 0 i!Menrei,ri t. 1 3 4 u
K'n'liy.lb 4 0 19 1 01 Wheat.lf.. 4 1110 0
vin -h o t 1 r. 0 r'.iixvc.ih 4001x0
WZX&i. I 5 I Willi
4 117 0 0
O Toole.p t 0 0 ft 1 OiR'Ibaoh.p. 4 110 10
M'0'Ian.p lOOOOOj
tllyatt... 1 0 0 0 0 0 Totals.. 8t 10 14 37 11 0
Totals.,3 1 "i 24 IS 4l
silattnl for Coleman In the sixth Innlnr.
tllatted for Mi.Oulllan In the ninth Innlnc.
titan lor Dalton In tlie sixth Innlnr.
Plttsburr 0010000001
Brooklyi Os.000200 ..-10
First base on errorsBrooklyn. 3. Ieft on
baeea Plttsburr. 10; Brooklyn. C. First ba
on balls OI7 O'Toole, ", off Heulbach, 3.
Struck out By O'Toole, I: by McQuillan, ;
by Reulbach, f., To base hlt-Mnrey. Sacrl.
Dee lly Wheat. Stolen liases Wheat, Ksan.
Daubert. Itlts-Ofl O'Toole. 111 one Innlnr
(three runs In. the bases filled ami none oul
when McVlulllan entered the fame In the
second Innlnr): oft McQuillan, s tu seren In.
nlnrs. Umpire In diet- Klem Field umplre
Emslie. Time 1 hour and 83 minutes
CUBS A SNAP FOR QUAKERS.
Tli e CtllpBRO Pitchers Are I'tim
mered Hard.
PrrnJAnELniiA, Aug. 1. inilladelphla
Tilt hard and tlmoly to-day, easily de
featlng Chicago, 10 to 4. The Quakers
hammereif Pierce off the mound In tho
first Inning and also found Humphries
and Hageman ulmost as easy." Mayer
was always master of the Cubs despite
the fset that Tommy Ieach hit the ne;ond
ball pitched to him In tho first Inning for
a home run. Magee and Immermnn also
hit for the circuit, the former's being his
ninth of the ecae-on. The scoro:
nnrisnn N t.) 1 PKII.A. (N. TO
ah r h p a e' ab r h i a e
7.ccli.cf. Jlili' CiBrme.lb.. u 0 1 1 5 c
ll'ltes.of.. 10 12 0 Ol.Martlll.Ss. 4 1 0 2 8 1
liiin.l rf. . r, 0 2 0 0 0 Reeker.H I 5 2 2 0 (
Kn'sely.H 8 10 10 0,.Maree.2h 1. 4 2 2 0 3 (
V.'nmti lh. Still O.LW'tll.rf 411300
Saler.lb.. 4 0 0 5 4 oiraskrrt.cf 4 2 2 0 0 1
SWney.th 3 0 0 0 2 O.t.Mrrus.lb 2 1 1 13 1 0
C'rld'aes. s 0 ft 3 f 2!Ktlltfcr.o.. 4 1 2 S 1 0
Archer.c. 8 0 0 4 0 O.Mayer.P... 10 0 17 0
irrr've.c. 1 1 1 1 o n
Pirrcr.D.. 0 0 0 0 0 0
Totals. 34 1011 'I 1 1
H'phr's.p. 2 0 0 4 0 0
Williams 1 0 1 0 0 0,
H'r'm'n.p 0 0 ft 0 0 '
tJohnston 1 0 0 0 0ft
TntsJs.,88 4 7 34 9 2
Batted for Humphries In the aeienth tnntnr
tBatted tor Baseman in the ninth Itunnr.
ChJosjin 10000300 1.
Philadelphia 0 0 ft 2 0 2 C ..10
Tuo baee hit Pankert. 2: Becker. Harrrave.
Home run Leh, Marre. Zimmerman. acn
lice nit Mayer, rirei base on errors-i-nua
Hetnhln. l. T.ft on bases 1'htladelDhta. C:
Chicago, 6. Struck out By Majer. 3; by
Humphries. 8. litres on balls--On Inero?'. 2
on Marer. 4: off llareman. i nil dv piteneu
hall Br Maver. Zimmerman Hits on Iterce.
4 in two'tniru inning; on immpnwi. . in iito
and a tniru inmnrs; on uaieman. in ia
lnnlnrs. Umpires Hart anrt inner 'rime
nour ami m minuies.
AT"nufrsJn.
FIRST OAMK,
R. H. K.
Buffalo (I. Ie) 3 3 1 ft 0 0 ft 0 10 3
rroiiaenee (I. lei... iu:n i
nsttsries .uutraio. janurson. verDoux.
Jlrandon and Stsphsns; Proidenee, t-chults.
JiarrtUy and J, Orialow.
BBCOND OAXE.
R. H. B.
noffaVe (T. Ie 01300IOO x 8 3
rrovtdenc (I. L.) . .. 00002030 04 I
nattrrlta Buffalo. McConnslI Bixl La.
long! Prorldence. Oldham and Kochar.
New Tork Slate iMMrae.
AT TROT.
R. IT. K.
Trey o o o o l 8 a l 4 10 7
tJtlca 0 1 0 0 8 1 2 0 07 14 2
naileries -l'arson ana .vcurain; rrocs
and MeDonourh.
AT AT.DArrY.
R. If. 73.
Albany 1 J 1 0 0 0 1. 4 10 0
Syracuse 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 02 7 3
Batteries s.Ye!as and Phelps; Aleiander,
Thirchell and Payne.
AT SCRANTOV.
R. If. IS.
Krranton 0 0 0 3 0 8 0 1 .0 3 2
Illnrhamton 3 o o o o o i o 04 s i
Ilattr ries lltwi, Hitter and Herrenj Mc
Carthr, Mefilnley, Manser and Woodr.
AT Wll.KF.SnARRn.
R. H. E.
Rlmlra 0 8 1 0 0 1 t 4 314 23 1
Wllkesbatre ....0 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 1 5 D 2
Batteries -Nicholson and Bitter, Fustnr.
Hredy, Martin and Urlsger.
floatheni League.
Ne Orleans. 8; Chattanoor. 1
nirmlnrhain, t. Atlanta, 1.
Memphis. C; Montgomery. 8.
Mobile. 3 NashWIle, 0 (Hrst game).
Nashville, 2, Mobile, 1 (second rams)
American Association.
Cleveland, 7: Kansas City, 4.
Columbus, lot Milwaukee, .
Louisville. I: Minneapolis. 1 (first ram si
Louisville, 8; .Minneapolis, 1 tsecond
came).
Bt. Paul, 8; Indianapolis, 1 (first gams).
PL Paul, 0; Indianapolis, 0 (second game).
New Knrlsnd Leans.
Lawrenc. ; Portland, 1 (first rams),
Lawrencs, 8; Portland, 3 (aeoopd rams),
Ilnverhlll. 8; Manchester. .
Lynn, 4i Worcester, 2 (first ram).
Worcester, 8; Lynn. 6 (eecoml rams).
Lewlston, 7: Lowell. 4 (first rams).
Lewtstan. 7; I. on ell, 1 (second game).
Ksstem Assorlstlon,
New London, 3! Drldreport, 2.
Waterbury, ii New Haven, 3 (first ram).
New Havsn, 3, Waterbury, 1 (saeond
gams),
HprtngfltJd, I; Hsrtford, 3 (first ram).
Springfield. : Hurtford. 2 (second name)
New Tirltaln. 3; Plttsllold, 1 (first Kme).
Plllsneld, 6, New Britain, 3 (second came)
Trl.btate Iarne.
TUrrlsburr. 5; Trenton. 1.
Wilmington, 9: Heading, a
Lanc.tstsr, 91 Allentnwn, 4.
FVFHVTHtNG ron
BILLIARDS and BOWLING
rrlcej and Term.
to Suit
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SKEETERS FINALLY
GET ONE IN TORONTO
Only Victory of Series of Ffvfj
flnmwi In Second Contosf.
of Double Bill.
GTLBETtT GOOD IN PINCHK3
Holds Canndlans nnd Gotfl On)
Pnn Margin In Sorcn
TnningH.
INTEHNATIONAL LEAGUE,
YeteTdrs Ttesnlt.
Toronto. 1"; Jersey City, (first rsme).
Jersey City, 3: Toronto. 3 (second am
Montreal, 2; Newark, 1 (first tame; teo ls
nlnis
Montreal, ;: Newark. 1 (second ranvO
Biirraln, fi; l'roidfnce, S (first fame)
Burtalo. 6; ITovldence. 4 (secoml rame
Rochester, 3; Baltimore. 0 (first ramet.
Rocheslrr, 3; Baltimore, 2 (second rsniel.
ntamllng f the riuh.
W L. PC 1 W Tj. PC.)
Baltimore... 10 .o:Toronto.. .. 4 44 ,foa
Rochester... M 40 .'Newark 44 41 ,4i
IluRslo.. C4 44 ,t Montreal.,... 5P let
ProTlrtence., 62 41 ,M7lJersey City, 31 M iV
To-day's Hehednle.
Newark In Montreal,
Toronto, Aug. 1. Toronto nnd Jersey
City divided the double hill to-day. but
the former can-led off four of five games
of the series. The lesafs won th first
10 to 8 hy hard hitting. Wagner pitched
only a fair game, but his triple In the
second with the bases full was the feature.
Ollbert held the locals ssfe In pinches,
thus ensbllng the Hkeeters to jke the
second, a eeven Inning affair, 3 to 5. The
scoreet :
FIRST (SAME.
JBRSKT CITY (I. IO I TORONTO a. I
ab r h ti u el ab r Ii D s
WrlrM.lf i 1 4 0 0 I Wllsnn.lf, R o 1 4 0 e
Farrell.cf 4 0 111 0 Fitip'k,:b r. 2 2 4
llurs.Jll.. 4 0 0 4 2 0 Inek.3Ii. . R 0 S 0 2 e
l.ehr,:h.. 4lllt liFiiher.ii.. 3 1 0 1 4
l'tyi.rl... 30140 0 rnrsi,it . j 1 7 1 s
Jiarry.lt). 4 0 1 11 3 0lO'lUra.cf. 4 13 10ft
Murp'y.ss 4 0 0 2 3 OIKiry.rt... 4 f 1 3 2 0
Tiler.i'.. 12 2 11 u Kelley.c... 4 13 4ft
lhonrn.D 20003 u wstrner.n. 3 1 1 1 0
Reyn'lds 1 1 1 0 0 01 .- -
liilrr.t 0 0 o 'i u i oiaie. . t 1 n J4 13 w
tl.uque... 0 0 0 0 0 0
Totals. .SS 8 11 24 18 ?
Batted lor Thompson In the seventh Inrdnf
tBatted for Burr In the ninth Inmnz.
Jersey City flllOOOsOO-
Toronto osOlSOOl. -1")
Home run Wrlrht Threei liaeo lilts le'hr.
Wanner, lnlest Two baso hlta-ljler. O'llura.
liarry nrsi base nil Dans 1111 ancr. j;
r Thompson. 2; off Burr. 2. Struck nut-By
aitnrr, 4; by Thnuipsun. 1. Stolen bases
llson. Fitmatnck. Double ulaja-Flslur.
Fltrpatrlck and ITleat: Farrell. Bucs. Murphy.
Barry and Burs. Left nil bases Toronto, ;
Jersey City. 0, Time- I hour ami ?) minute
umpire carpenter arm naiiin
SF.COND OAMK
JT.RSF.Y CITY (I. K) I TORONTO fl. M
ab r h D a C' ab r h p b e
WrlrM.lf 3 112 0 O'WII.on.lf, 4 110 0 0
Farrcll.rf 20010c
Fitiu'k.2b 2 0 0 1 2
Bues.:b., 801001
Plck.3b .. 3 (1 11 2 I 0
Fiiher.as.. 4 0 113 0
Ihr.:b., 8 0 0 1 1 0
11.trrr.lD. 1 I : I 1 11
Prlfft.ln.. 3 1 1 10 n 11
l'M.rf... 1 1 0 3 0 o,t)'Hara.cf. 201 100
Murpy... 8 0 u s h l.urrj.ri .. ; i u z u n
lteyn'di.c 2 0 1 & 1 0KrItcliell,c 2 0 1 4 . J
(illbert.p.
Ileum. ti... 2 ft O 0 3 1
Kelly., .tooooo
Totals.. SS 3 6 21 11 2
Kox.'r.p. n 11 11 11 11 u
Totals 2 i 21 II t
Batted for He n In the sixth Innlnr.
Jersey City. 0 2 1 0 0 0 o-i
Toronto 0 0 1 ft 0 1 0-4
Two basn hits Barry, Wilson. Bile. Sac
rifice hue Farrell. Krey. Krilchell Stolen
basee-Krltthell. Wilson, lick Struck out-By
Ollbert. 1: by Hearn. 4. First base on balls
Off Ollbert. 4. Lett on bases Jersey City. 1;
Toronto. Tune 1 hour und mininea.
L'mplreeNalllii and Carprnier
NEWARK jjOPSTWO GAMES.
M nntrrnl
Takes Finch
Tiy Jcore sjf
a to i.
MONTRiAt, Aug. 1. Superior pltchltuj
wtn both games of a double header for
the Hoyals hero to-day, both by the Hre
of 2 to 1. Miller held the visitors to
two hits, both obtained by Witter In the.
first encounter. The home club obtained
an early lead In the second contest
through fchachtB Ineffectiveness. The
scores:
FIIT OAM F..
NF.WARK CI L.V I MONTREAL a t.
abrhpael abrhpa
Tnolry.ss. i 1 0 4 2 liD'n'rer.ef. (-. 2 8 2 0 4
Wlttrr.rf. 4 0 2 1 1 P'Piirtell, 4 0 1 2 8 0
wz'mn.lf 4 ti 0 4 o olKlppert.lf I t, i I i
CThan.cf 4 0 0 1 ft OPSmith.rf 4 0 3 3 0 0
Kraft.lb 4 0 ft 7 1 0 Ca.hlon.lb 4 0 13 0 2
C.et.2b . 4 0 0 2 0 OlYearrr.Jb. 4 0 1 3 4 ft
F.Z'mn.Ib 8 0 0 3 2 oBoyle.3b., 4 0 1110
HSmlth.a 8 ft 0 S 4 0 Maddan,e. 8 0 2 11 2 1
Curtls.p 3 0A 0 4 0 Mlller.p. 4 0 0 0 1 0
Totals .32 "irM 14 lj Totals.. .3J "s 11 11
Two out lirn "Innlnc run waa eeored.
Newark .100000000 0-4
Montreal 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-t
Three base tilt Delninrer. Ssxrtnee bit
Purtell, Double play 1! Smith, Tooley and
Kraft. Left on bases Newark. 2: Montreal. P
Stolen baee Tooley. Bases on ballsOff Cur
tis, l; oft Miller. 1. Struck out-By Curtis. 7:
Miller. 7. Umpires iMtillen and Harrison.
Time 1 hour and 45 minutes.
SKCOND GAME.
NEWARK (I. L.I. I MONTREAL ft
ab r h p a e ab r h p a e
Tooley. 4 0 o 0 2 o.'ryn'rer.cf. 4 1 1 4 0 e
Witter.rf. 4 0 1 1 0 0, Purtell. ss. 4 0 0 0 2 0
WZ'mn.lf 3 0 0 S 0 0 Klppert.lf, 3 0 2 1 0 0
CThan.cf 4 0 1 2 0 0 PSmlth.rf. 3 0 0 3 0 0
Kralt.lb.. 3 0 1 18 0 0 Cah1oii.lli 8 0 1 7 0 0
nn.:b 3 1112 O Yeaeer.Cb. 5 0 12 10
F.Z'mn.itb 3 0 112 Boile.3b.. 3 110 0 0
H k'cer.o 8 0 0 3 ft 0Howley.c. 3 0 0 8 3 0
Scliacht.p 2 0 0 1 4 0 Ilichler.p. 2 0 0 10 0
Tolale. 23 1 5 21 10 01
Newark
Montreal
Totla...27 2 8 21 ft o
0 0 0 ft 0 0 1 01
1 1 0 0 ft 0 0 ft J
Called by arrfemrnt.
Three ban lilt Kraft. Two base lilt
Callahan, Oetr, Hoyle, Klppert. Ssn1flce hits
Klchter, Smith, sacrifice tl Caelilon. Double
iila -Schacht and Kraft. Left on bases
Newark, ; Montreal. (1. Bases on balls Off
bchiK-ht, 2; ort Rlehter. 2. Struck out Br
b.iiaclit 2; bv Rlehter. 7. Umpires Hsrrlson
and Miillln Time 1 hour and 3'i minutes
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0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 a 8 i ft
Batteries Baltimore, nustell nnd McAtot:
Rorhoster. Hughes and Wllllaias.
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Ttaltlmore (T L.) . . . . 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 3 f
Rochester (!. L.).. 1 0,1 1 ft 0 0 0 at 2 11 ft
Ilatterlee -Haltlmore, . Danforth and Mr
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