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THE SUN AND NEW YORK ' HERALD, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1020.
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Giants and Dodgers Conquer Opponents, With ' Yankees Still on the Down Grade Great Crowds See Them Play
GIANTS CONQUER
REDS IN THRILLER
00,000 1'mis Boo Larry Doylo
jlrliifr Tn Wliinhif? Hun in
. lio Eleventh,
i
II, U'IMiIAM II, MANNA,
Thd tftwlmll part ot Navr York, which
u fopMcrMi1o trt, lll(f to 6 tho
1I)J rlV nn'1 'ornn't lnil Mt,nB tn"n
jKn, liolh IUiU unit beatlnit ot
m went m yesterday, Tim (Hunt
m In die eleventh Inning on n wnllt
(..iMW JmiSi "n" 'i1" wm "f
Vm; r'flV watW vfi' W
jt', nwri 'Trti rtifftf Minn mhI rloso
rr9'i,vt o vnu moumu to a el onu
f the inp felicitous nunilay ot tho
. Mon si the J'olo (iroundi. Tho coro
urea extent unduly fonrtnms. the Ilcrtu
lid for home run wllh r. mmi on Imne
Met them in tho bmiio the home
hwie on in" Mini""" """
ti,a iirdi mniln three homo runs and
tnodfil li ft" ',,,lr nUl w"" 'hun,
YtiH fttiht fr M'Cnnil iilnco Is creating
M Mi; u "Mr In hnsonnll circle con
i'i'wiw i" iho Harlem n If the Hvo wore
fUliilni for the pennniil. Ahytrft), thu
ittcnilAiiio yesterday was 3C.O0O, nnrt the
tunc i)rtlt It. It had hard hit
tins, towh and go fielding and a lot of
lilr ulsing uncertainly.
Now ili.it the Hod, with every auc
rtrillng runiet, nro pnasWig further and
furtlirr nut nf tho chnmplonslilp realm
h,v nren't classified quit the cloven
hoof crew they wero when sinking the
Mrpoon into nil rivnm wtw gionung u
Mtinrlh'. hut a irood dent Of claim find
ttreiulieneM fllnni, mid they can tear
round in n manner mon aiarming 10
foemen now and then. They had a now
ml thfn day yttitcrtlny. flo did the
Oil m end the result wan n gnmo fought
tooth mid nail, though cleanly.
Honor l.miiie wan knocked out of the
tor. in the third Inning hy thn Cllnnts,
tiut llio lt'dn hud some latitat linockn up
thfl rMcov too, and plnaUrtil Iiarnes
to ll'.e winy In tho roventh. Much bit
Kr "lulling wa dime hy hath CounthA,
lU lf t liKiuler, once with Clnvelaml, and
by Mill iouk)ii H lii'canio a pltrhrrV
tilt wiin tlicro tjvn relRiilnir, l.ut htlll
t tth liuntlonx taut und tlrldlih, The
tMi nt of pltchliiK OoukIim did wai
nhfn !i MrucK out Itnunh In the nevcnth
InnliK nun men on necond and third and
ei. out Defeat wax Just around the
comer until ho illil that,
Him. li l.ltiee Into Stnhd.
Mouiili Mill n liner elnglnc Into the up
per crand eland In (tie first Innlnic and
rent In nhead of him Oroli, who had tin
'Twns hootM for Heinle When he
riband at tint plate, hut when ho mado
a III', stolo locoml and Acoreri a run all
In eni Innlntr they moderated to a
tihlspt-r. Tho (llantn camo acl at tho
Tims nil spread out and hot for reprisal,
Hancruft walked and Yowir lilt a triple
to left cuntto, which hn could hnvo made
i hnmo run easily If Johnny llvora
hadn't held htm ot third.
Krlich crounded to Hath and Younir
Hid to the plato In aafcty. Kelly doubled
to left und In scihIImk Krlach to the pinto
rvtrs took a lonner clinnco than he
would hnvo done In Vounir. llowaver.
the proof of the puddlnic wan In the
n'ing. F,vtn brought In tho runs, to
vhr quarrel with Mm?
K fulllade consisting of hlta hy
Toi:, Frlsch, Kelly and Doyle brotiRht
In thtw moro runs In tho third und blew
lwu to the backKround. The Olanlu
then took up tho task ot dolvlnc Coumbo
Ki mite such little headway that they
oWl set nnothcr run over until the
eleventh. Itarncs'B oblltoratlon took
p'sce In the seventh, Wliigo singled
ir.d Coumbn lifted a home run Into tho
tirP'r Krnml stand. Ills tally tied the
cote.
Duusl.is was called In and struck out
Huh, Duubcrt . singled and Oroh was
rused. Itouih drew Frltsch In' with a
bluff at bunting;, and with the dofenco
thus Insecurely ilimibuted, It was easy
for Haubort and Oroh to mako a doublo
teal. Snyder's throw was all right,
but Frlsch wasn't nt third to touch his
man, Frlsch was aveneed amply when
DoukM broke a curvd In on Iloueh
cloio to his neck nnd struck him out
Bancroft throw out Buncan.
A double play which wns an admix
ture of luck and brilliance saved the
New York bacon In tho ninth, Coumbe
walked to open the Inning and Ilath
bunted. Hot wren chaslnu the ball nnd
rettlnir dcYn to It, DouRlas had a peck
of trouble. He tried to bat It atonj the
(round to Kelly, but It refused to ho
batteil to that vldette. It went by hlni,
Coumbo taklnc third and Itath second.
ninnti Turn Timely TrluU,
Mn on s(!ond and third, nobody .cut
ana tho nlnih Innlnjr: that wa the mere
"iratelle the atanta had to worry about.
J . Dft"" holP0,, thtn with ft hort
fly to Mnir, which did no damaifo,
Oroh shot a llher at Kelly, who Oaujht
it xn hlh. Ilefora Coumbo could diva
h;k to third Kelly had laced the ball to
rrlh nnd Frlsch touched his man In n
confusion of o;ra and arms nnd dust,
p?. Vv.nlk. 10 Younf flnd 11 Morifle. tho
?...v. "."l' n" ""l"ry on oooand In the
wntn wllh one out. Kelly smacked a
ner, rounilw blocked It and hcadM off
"uni; with a whistling throw. Tltfro
another tnnKlo of arms mid legs
nu surh aiurtcnanccH on this pi v. .
Tho nwt mnn up on each side In tho
tenth was pasped, but the Iteds could
, , !:'. 1,10 "ec'"iafy old and com-
... u waweu. Hnvdor s nch.il
Brooklyn's Able Pitchers, Whoso Effort Have Practically Clinched Pennant
w , ,;, J
is is iir i i ii i ' ' - n , . . . . 1 H " mT e'uHaitft
YANKEES ARE WEAK
BEFORE DIXIE DAYIS
fih Tioulfl fltnr Twlrlor Apnln
3r,vfillflofl Now Yoi'lcoro nnd
Drowns Win 0 to 1,
MAMAUX, MILJUS,
MITCHELL, SMITH, MAI5QUARD, MOHART, GRIMES AND CADOfcE.
fill nnsoitlon wuh umdo nt tho bi
Bliuilnu of tlu Natloiuil Lrnctin
ponimnt ruco Hint thn pltchlm; ntnff
of thn nndKi'i'd would play nn Import
nt pnrt In tho contest for tho hunt
llur. This pnilletlon linn como Irtio,
nnd tho position tho Kluttiush trnm
now Iioldn la duo In larco meaattro to
tho mnatorly vrorlt of tho hurling ataff
of the team, An tho kcohoii drnw'a to
n olosp every ono ot tho nlno vltcltora
la In cood worklnK order, nnd It Ik
tho flmt time during tho aenson that
thin Ima boon tho caao. Jeff l'frffor,
who Rot n roor atnrt, In now doing
great work on tho mound,
INDIANS SHUT OUT
RED SOX BY 2 TOO
Botfly Allows Four Hils and
Registers 29th Victory.
Ci.KYKt.ANn. Hept. IP (American).
Cleveland defeated Iloston In the llrst
gamo nf the Htrlrrt hoio to-d.iy, 2 tn 10,
In a pitchers' bnttlo between Herb l'en
nock nnd Jim Handy. It wan l)ai;by's
twenty-ninth vleton of tho sc"r,un.
Twrntyseven thousand f.tns sat through
first man up In tho llrst and thlid In
nlugs.
lingby held Iloston to four hits, two
of which wiro mndo liy Hooper, the
llrst man up In tho nret nnd hlrd innings.
Cleveland scored th only iuiih of the
camo In tho six Innings, After WiimiIh-
ganss had lined to JHcott, Speaker
doubled ngnlnit the right Held wall,
Hmlth duplicated tho hit, worlng
Ppoaker. Gardner sent a weak grounder
to I'ennock, who threw hint out. Then
Johnston slnxled tn centre and Kmlth
completed the circuit. Howell wna called
out on strikes.
noSTON (A.)
nb r h n rt n
Hnonnr.rf .10 'J .1 0 0
Ulllcr, -i ii u u w
Vllt.Sli. OOO I OO
M'niky.lf 2 00 1 0 0
Iten'dx.cf 4 00 n oo
Mi-Vna.lh a 0 I 10 OA
Hchnnir.c 3 00 2 111
PfnU,. .10 0 1 2 0
iimriv.eu .ini l no
IVn'ck.u S00 0 S ft
Karr... 1 00 0 0 0
Foster. 1 00 0 OO
rui:vi:r,ANt t..)
nn r n o r
Krntm.lf. 4 00 1
Wnm's.Ch 4 0 1 4
Hpfkr.cf. 4 1 2 .1
Umllli.i'f. 4 114
Oii'ctnr.aii .10(1 1
J'htiKln.ll) SOI 7
Hurll,i.s .nil 2
o'Nf iii.o son
Ql'ItUCKIU OUIMIvH linn been tho
inuln rcllanco of the team that win
play In tho noxt wnrld'n soilcs, This
rugged youngster Imn pitched day In
nnd day out with tho sruno content
nofiH nnd vigor, whether tho team won
or lost, nnd ho la entitled to u world!
of credit,
Hut tho floldora nnd hitters hftvo
done tholr part, nnd tho manner In
which Oliion. Klldurt nnd Johnston
hnvo Improved In their piny wna nn
oyo openor. Wllbort Itoblnson Iina
handled tho coming nlmmplonH with
great ability nnd discretion,
ivy Olson,
Wilbert Robinson,
Manager of Brooklyn dodgers
Dodgers Win From the
Pirates in Ninth Inning
Vlclrs Employ Slratcpry
Si'iiriiiff (ho Deoidllig'
II u ii.
ft
Ily CII.VUMCH 1 MAT1IIHON.
Tlic Dodgera resumi'd champlonsnlp
orm yesterday at Hbbcts Field and
oued out tho I'lrntes by 4 to i In it
.tamo that had a spectacular finish.
vrwinty-flva thnusnnd fnn irrpleit dm
Totel.30 2T2-lJ0 ,
iii'inMii'. viiniiipiuiin aim ronrca wan oc-
llnKt. .p. HOI 0 0 0
Totnli.ST 0 1 24 tl tl
United for lllller In th sixth Inning.
tllatteit for rninnrle In the ninth Inning,
t0..,, 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Cl.vVl"nd , ' . 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 x-2
Two Imsi- blt-Ilrady. Hew ell. KiwnUer. Si
Bmlth. Hlnlon l)e Jolinlon. nnuwe vw
ltradv nnd Mclnnls: FtwoH ami
light when tho Dodgers got In the win
nlng run In the ninth framn In a piny
that van pioductlvo ot much merriment.
Tl. coro wns n tlo at 3 ench when
the Dodrcrs wont to bat In the' ninth
Inning. Hernia .NVI, who had boon hav-
ing ti on tlu nil the afternoon In locating
Leading Hitters
in Majoi Leagued
II. P.O.
1(13 .341
IS9 .311
1SI .313
101 .Kit
ISO .311
national ir-uirn,
IMnyrr. Club, (1. A.ll. It.
Ilorrubjr, Nt. Mnls.lM IkU 18
Veung, New York. .11.1 Ml M
Itonth. Clnrlimntl..ll nt7 17
J. Hnttlli, HI, I,.,,. 00 .107 At
Vt'hMt, Ilrwikl)n..l40 Ml S
AMItniCAN MUOVK.
rtnrrr. ciitb. o. A.n. it. u. r.c
Killer, St. Ivnls,..l41 S73 ltl m ,M
ypeeker, rietelnnd IJ7 noo no ID ,.w
Jfknn, Chiriigu.,139 AIO IW 207 .311
K. fi.llln, Clilfnsn.HI Wll 100 207 .340
Itulh, New York... 13.1 4SI 147 1 Ml
SKEETERS WIN TWICE
FROM SYRACUSE
Bring International League
Season to a Close.
UHSl'I.TM OF YI'.STT.ItlUY'S OAMI5S.
Jersey Oily, 10; Hyraeuse, II (first itnrne).
Jtrscy City, '. i Hyrnnnn', 'J (lecoml game).
Ilochfiter, IT i lluffala, P.
Ilaltlmore, IT: Itesdlnir, 4.
Toronto, 4i Akion, 2 (first mumi),
Toronto, 7 Akron, 4 (leeonil gantf),
riNAi. hTAMHNo or Tin: n.riiH.
w. i.. po.
llnlllmnre. UH 41 ,712
Toronto... 108 41) .701
liufralo,,, tW ft7 .11271
IV. 1.. 10.
Itrnitlng... 113 M .U.1
Jersey Olty 02 01 ,iui
Itnehester.. 4 1H .-I'M
Akron.,.. BU iTi .OMijHyrncuse... .13 1111 ,22t
Jersey City brought the International
fengue baseball season to it eloso yes
terday afternoon nt West Sldo I'ark,
Jersey City, where tho Hkeeteri scored
a double victory over Syracuse. The
.Shooters won tho opening tilt, 10 to C,
and triumphed In tho eccond game, 7
to 2.
llotli teams bntted hard, but Jersey
City's liltn were timely, Manager Don
ovan of Jersey City pitched pnrt of tho
final eontMt Tin scores:
JKMEY CITY (1.) I RYItACttBIJ (I.)
an r n o pi nb rn (i a
Klm'nn.cf 422 1 on Iiontl'n.lf. a 1 .1 .1 0 0
Moo'rs.nu 40 1 i :i ('!(iii(ift,cf noo l no
jinne.ri., i uu
De.Vlo.lb tlO.llU 01
wig'tn.if a o o 2.on
1 .llinnn.ss 4 12 4 .12
llll,2b.... 4 11 2 0 0
rreltng.e. .1 2 1 II 0 n
llnrse'r.p .12 1 0 3 0!
Witter,)!;, 4 00 11 2 0
c'ri'm.:b no I 1 4 0
Cnsey.o,,, 4 0 1 a 10
iients.ss., : io ;i ,i i
MoA'ncni 4 1 2 0 0 0
McO'er.rr. 422 0 00
Uonov'n.p 4 11 0 .10
Cltvelnml, 0. Hsmi on ball.-'ff Jennoc 1,
2! off Ilacby, 4. BtrilCK oui-ur iTnn,
2: by l)aby, 4. Umpires Bvans anil Nat
lln. Tims of game 1 hour nnd 43 minutes.
lolin.inn. 2. Ult on bni-s-llotiin, 4 1 Wilbur Cooper's slnnts, finally landod on
Mu.d. 1. .., . k.ll- riff IVnt.rtolt. lit.- ..l , . ...
mo rpiicrinu iinu uruvn 11 10 1011 centre
for a double. Then tho board of strntogy
docldcd on a bit of finesse. Back VJtet,
next at bat, wns Instructed to mako a
fitko attempt nt a bunt In drder to draw
McKcchnle away from third base, wticrn-
upon Neis was to mnl n dash for third.
If this wero sttcccsHful, KcU would easily
pcoro on a sacrlflco fly by Wheal. Zack
TIGERS WIN TWO.
TrltmiDh Over Wnalilnnton
rlcorrn of to 7 niul .1 to
nrrnniT. Kont. 19 (American). De
troit took two games from Washington
tn.dnv. 9 to 7 nnd 3 to 2. Tho flrot
game was ft loosoly pluyod affair, fea
tnade the fako attempt itt a bunt, pur- I tKoney was run flow anu ou ,,---5 ? 2 n , 4 , 4
poseiy missing mr nan .iy incnes, miii , " 1 iientiing 0001
.Mr. .MClvecliuio either railed to see .ho
merits nf tho ntrntoglo play or was
lured by Cobb's steal of home. In tho 1 coldly Indifferent. In nny event, ho wan
second game Detroit bunched hlla on not drnwn awny front third to any np
Shaw In tho first Inning for throo runs, iironlabln extent.
rtcis carried uut ids assignment nnd
mado n wild rUflt for third, nnd Wnltur
Schmidt, tho alert backstop of the 11-
iMifna l.llhla.l fl.n l.nll In ll.lr.l lln I.,.. I
CUlrS'si.' 3 00 0 2 1 i plenty of tlmo In which to gut' .Vcls. but
rintllllsa!. too 2 01 Jin Ills engcrners ho threw the ball low
Wnb.cf..,. .12 0 1 0 0 1 nmi wldo. McKechnlo ivns compellei to
Veach.lf... 3 1 1 0 00 .,,, ... . ,.i.
hnnd nn Itm lmll
a tead which Washington could not over
come. Tito acoress
DirrnoiT (A.).
no r n n a 0
WASHINGTON A.)
nb t h n n 1
niM.er.... 51 ;
lirower.rf 413
Rllerbe.Sb n 1 1
Hhnnk,lf. 8 0 t
O'Nttll.M 001
Oh'rltr.o. 0 11
llollO.p.... 1 1 0'
crtney.p. 1 1 o
110111,11. i uu
9P J?" if.n.'' rH U ill,' .,,1 , nn, tml.l It thn
K'Bst'd.rf. 10 0 l oo
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rotalS.40TI0a4118 tllnlt 000 0 00
I
Trtnl...32 0 H 27 12 4
nntted for Courtney tn ninth Inning,
iintteil for r-ialre In fifth Inning,
Da tied for Shorten In fifth Inning.
Wellington... n.... J 2 o o n 2 ii o-.
Detroit u.uuiuuu
vrn l,n l.lt.-i:i!filio. l: on. O'Nell .
MAiiton. Btolen bniet-lluber, Bhortcn, Cobb.
SneririC llll- enrn, iini.. in uu i"-
VAhlnRtn, 11: netrott, 4. naae on balls
Off Uhmkf. .1: off llono. 2: off Courtney. 1.
DV I. n v .... ,
iu unu. out to Duncan. Duncan I ts-orr ono, u i""'"" i" ' "
madca t mely error ir l.e , -I. MWt off Courtney, .1 In 4 Innings. lilt by
through hlrrf u-?,;., i, r0'P "hVr-lly Kltmke (nice, Jlrower). Btruck
iw. ,f ' 1 ' ."".en It was picked Up mit-Ily Ehinke, 8! by Courtney. 1. Wild
- .ii.u.viiiif rn tiia m.i. ma , , . . , . . . . . ... -....... i n.m, nitrnrwitnnn. iim&
Tlmo of gnmo
."0'" lrT anJ Dy-o, lreatlilei
toiTrt.i ,ru"'Bn smt, tl"n"ld n un
louchcii, -mo scoro:
CIXCI.NKATI (N.)
Rjth.;s
5roli.3b
f?li.cf.
xi nean.ie
fi.'le.rf .
."ifo.e..
wque.i
Coumbi
no r n o i,
1 2 10
iil 114 0 C
III 2 in
3 1 2 2 0 (l
'.0 1 1 0 1
4 11 I li I)
12 0 OP
"11 N .It
NKW TOtlk (N.)
. nb r h o a o
tturns.if.. r.oo s oo
Ilano'ft.ss 4 10 2' 3 0
Voung.rf.. 4 2 3 2 0 0
M-Ifh..1b, 4 21 1 10
itoiiy.lDi.. n I 2 11
Ulng.rf.., 4 00 4
Dnyle,2b.i 1 1 t .1
nlren-Connolly and Owens.
2 hours nnd 11 minutes,
BRCCND QAMU.
.;?,:' ntlPmlth.c... 101
oJrabin iV X 0 2nydr,iJ,. 4017
omt.p 30 4 o ilnrnei.n.. HOI 1
Totali. .i5',!.... ' Pouglai.p. 101 0 11
n... out nlle" wnnlng run mi acofeil.
i""'"nIl...
B"1 Vork...
WAEHINOTON (A.)
nb r II o ft el
Judre.lb. n02 7 0 0
HntrbOb BIO 0 3 0
Itkp.cf... 3 11 3 0 0
Itoth.rf... 301 0 0 0
r..... m ini n 1 n
" Bhnnks.tf 30 1 B 00
0 0 rl'V.lll 1 ft .1 a n
t'lclnlch.e .101 0 2 0
Rhnw.p... 20 1 0 10
0
ao
i n nrower,. 10 0 0
I v.iiu. . ti j V V V
n
Tntnls.34 2 10 31 0 0
DryrrtoiT fA.)
Jonea,2t)... 4 0 1 1 r. 0
Plnetll.M. 3 10 I 2 1
Cobb.rf... 411 .1 0 0
vcitcii.ir.. 4ii n uu
Shorten. rt 202 3 0 0
it. t u ,u .n1. n r
i'.lliruii.iw, gwi it u
Iluber.Sb.. .10 0 2 4 2
A'smiin.c. .1 U 1 .1 2 (I
Dnusa.p... 300 0 2 0
Totals...2n 3 7 27 13 3
tn (he ninth Inning.
I. An .... 1. t
ng run mi scoful, 'nnti,i fnr Rliw In thn nlnlh Innlnir.
aoionononn? Washington 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0-2
IO3OO 0 0 0 0 0 1-7 Detroit 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 x-3
hits Cobb, Bhorten, Bhnw, Throo
hll Vencli. Judee. Rtoten bnnes nice.
Bacrlflces flhorten, fthaw. Doublo plays
flml.
Mil
teush ml ''ttti.l -Jones, t'lnelll nnd EtIUOnJ lluber, flne.HI
!: DaubS ' Kell Neat''Krrir and Elit.on: rlClnlcli And d'jfelll. teft on
Itch DnThi.1 nii'il &fiJ?Vi$t.lV' bases-Washlngtoii. 0: Detroit, 4. liases on
wit nn l,.... ."i.r '. h.iirf biiiw. ii orr Damn. a. HirueK
lnui u" i'Di'i". .ii n jrr " , " i r,
w11;' ' 2 Innings, (nohn Out Iti third) t nJ -8 mlnule"-
lianas,
3. Struck
Umpires
i 1 hou
'evpnihi
lui in
Off llarnH. 0 In It InttftWr tnnn
kniMe "evnW t "ft bouglaa, 3 tn 0 Inning.,
kr KL"u,7"y f.unue, 2: by Coumbe. 4:
CAKDINAI.S WIN RXtliniTION.
NHW 1IAVKN, Sept. 10. The St.' Louts
k..Iahii1. iliafenled lllf New IlAV-n rlnh. nrn.
f J" r. a uv lousinpt. 3. KArnedtriinji frlnnnrn or end fsnMPrn Lenrui.. in nn
nteh.V V'P"' . "! "ff UlUe, 0. Winning exhibition gam here to-day, 4 to 0. lingers
VnnTJ. I1 f.,!'f,n, tostng pltchr-C3oumbe. Horrt.by. leading batter of the National
hour. K ' in, aml Kmslle. Time Of game-, Vngue, fntled to hit r.afely n four tmc,
...... . nunuirn.
,Tll.s, itAsetMLt, CHAMPION'S,
at bat. Tho score:
S'ew Haven 00000001
It. H.
0-0 7
JtANs.VK CITY P.itr in ni inllit(Atr'VM. 1 St. Ix)iitt. ...... 0 0 1 0 0 S 0 6 x I 10 0
!", doublfl heVder with-' s" Wy to-dly litTl-!oir'lt,, hnA i.N?el': ScoU'
S V.on llftwiTlSiy pen- North and Dllhocfar, Oleasonbeck.
It. UArt Tut).!. ttmt hnth vamM Wlhlla
rlS w,nv been tha winner, as tho lattar Giants vs. Cine Innntl To-day. 2 Cnmee,
ratfc'"1 "1" ot flpnM' ftaer Polo ards.Adm.73c. Il.io, incLtax.-
ond ho could not hold It, tho leather
Wiootlng thirty tent away on fcul
ground.
Ucforo It could bo rctrloved Ncla waa
pnttnrlng over tho homo plato with t'.io
winning run.
It wns a great pleco of luck for tho
Dodgern, but tho victory will count In
the pnnnnnt roco tho sumo aa a 10 to 0
confluent.
Up to tho ninth Inning the contest
was one of the cIohckI and moat Inter
esting played at UbboU Flold. It started
off llko' a hoavy batting affair, both
Cooper and Pfeffer being pounded hard
In tho opening Innings. Hut both of
these sterling performers settled down
In tho second frnmo nnd pitched with
masterly skill and effectiveness. Tito
rirntcs got tho first lilt of tho gamo, n
nlnglo by Carlson Ulgbco on the first
hall pitched by Pfeffer lh tho first frame
Uut tho Dodgcra got tho Inst hit, and
had tha final laugh.
In very truth It looked In the first
Inning ns though Pfeffer would not last
much longer. Illgbco opened with ft
clenn single to left ond Buminn sacri
ficed, sending nlgbto to second. Bouth
worth drovo a nlnglo to left and lllgbte
trotted homo. Cutshaw popped to
Johnston, but Grimm singled to tight,
putting Southworth on third) McKcchnle
singled to ccntro and Southworth scored,
Totals..S.1 10 13 271321 Totals. .37 01031 13 1
nyrmu... ,., oo.ioonnoo-a
Jersey City 000 2 0002 x-10
" 1 " ,Twu bits-Kane, Wmtnermaii, Zllman.
Traynor ended the Inning with a pop ab&.,
io juiiiiDiuu. I'liuiiio pmjm moocrs, mil ntnl He Novlllat
1-lia 11n.1ir wlllinllt ndn tiropeoded to 7. tllian nml lln N'Avllln. Ijfl nn 1,,...
duplicate) tho two runs made by tho J"yr,ci,y' ": Hyracus. n. liases on bails
S ililBlo to centre, and Johnston coaxed worth) by llnrseher (lUnes). Btruck out-
a pass from Cooper. Nets popped to liy llnrseher. it: by Donovan. 2, umpires
MoJCchnle. but Wheat dropped ft safu "err and Htockdalc. Tims of ame-l hour
Dvrr and Ntockdnlc.
H.I tt - -
ono In left and Otoon BCored. Myera 'ZZ"ZrZ,
singled to right and Johnston scored. Jcr..? 'o'To' HVo
Konoy, who resumed play after a layoff jtrey Cliy... 0 0 2 3 1 1 0 1
duo to a split linger, forocd Myors at llaltcrles Carltot and Madden:
aooond, Wheat reaching third on tho V- Donotan and Vandebeck.
nlnv. Wlinnt nnd KoneV Irled ft double I
n.u.n,
0-2 0 :
x-7 13 1
Wllliclm,
it.ii.i:.
0-17 21 1
n .1 n n fi in n
... , iiniierirs-iiuiiivan, Kiieucn anil Styles!
settled down to llnlnliaiilt, Holmes and Ktnnlek.
business, and for tho noxt four Innings- ,,AVnir l i - o a ft t n ,.H,n"i
there was nothing that approached ft ilXMor':.': o 2 3 ? i .1 .1 4 xI7 3h i
run. The Tlrates took tho lead In tho) naiicrlcr-name und Mannlnm oaminor.
orosscd the plato.
The pitchers then
sixth, when fjouthworth tripled to centre,
nnd scored on Cutehaw's nlnglo. Cutr
shaw wna forced nt second by cirlmnt,
and McKechnlo ended tho frnmo by hit
ting Into a doublo play.
1 Again tho Dodgem tied tho scire,
Johnston's drive that bounded Into tho
left field bleacher senta enabling him
to trot tho base linos for a homer.
It wna expected that tha Dodgers
would get anothor run or two In this
frame, but Nela. Wheat and Myers went
out In order. There wan no inoro (scor
ing till tho Dodgcra got In their
"atrateglo" run In tho ninth.
Tho Pirates got four hits off Pfeffer
In the first Inning, nnd he held them to
four additional hlta In tho remaining
eight frames.
Cooper was hit for three singles In tho
opening scsa'on, and tho Dodgers got
but two hlta In tho remainder nf tho
game, Johnston's homer and Kels's
double. Tho score :
riTTsnuno n.)
Ah r 1 n A al
Zilebeet.tr. 4 11 it 0 0'
B mma.cf 3 00
Bo'w'h.rf 412
tiuia w.an 401
(Irlmm.tb 401
McK'leib 4 0 1
Tr'aer.ss 400
nnmiau 401
Cooper.p. 401
BttOOKfiTN (N.)
nh I 1. n n m
Otsoh.ss... 4 11 2 31
iJ'nston..lu 3 2 1 2 2 0
Totals.. XI 3 824 0 2
Ilnrney nnd (VUrlen.
At Aklos (flm gnrne) Jt.H.B.
Tpronlii O0022000 O-18 3
AKron 11 U U I 0 0 0 1 0-2 fl 1
lintterlev-Snydei nnd Bandbergi IHhtr,
Mnnernn nnd Walker.
At Akron (loco.iil game) lt.ll.K.
Toronto 0 0 0 1 2 4 0 0-0-7 11 2
Akron ...i... 0200000 0 2-4 7 3
Itattarles-Kraft nd Sandberg) Hill, Harnes
nnd Smith.
WHITE SOX DOWN ATHLETICS.
" fMH)
Chicago, Sept 19 (American). Chi
cago kept pace with Cleveland by defeat
ing rhlladclphlo, C to 4, to-day In the
first gamo of tho BCrles. Chlcngo apt ar
cntty had tossed tho gamo away In the
early Innings, but launched a drlvo In
the sixth Inning which drovo ltommel off
the mound. Tho score ;
I'lIlLAnBM'HIAfA,))
. oo r n o n e
Dkc; III 5 12 2 3 0
Orlffln.lb 210 0 no
n.Wk'r.ctaoo l oo
rerkin,c. 4 o l n o 1
uugnn.ui), 3 10 3
J'net'n.lf. 2012
Nels.rf,,,, 411 o 0 0 Gvway.as 4 1 2 2
Whcat,lf noi 4 oo nomme .Dioo o
Myors.cf., 301 ,1 0 0
Kone'y.lb, 3 0 010 01
Kttdufr.2ti .inn .n ift
Mltler.o.i, 3 00 3 0 0
rreutr.p.. 3 o o 0 10
Totals. ,.20 4. 127 8 2
Nons.out when winning run was scored,
PltUhurg 20000100 0-3
llrooklym : M 0 0 l o 0 M
Two bntS hit NV!.. Thw h hl.Dk...l.
worth, Mow run-Johnston. Btolen hnses
pttmm, MeKeehnle. Ncls. Bncrtflce-Bumma.
Double plav-Kllduff and Kon.tchy. Lift on
tajM-I'llt-burg. : llrooklyn. 2. Da.o on
balls-Off Cooper, 1. Struck out-fly cooper.
1! by Pfeffer, 3. Umpires Stornn and IUglcr.
Tlmo of game 1 hour and 37 minutes.
National, and American League Records.
RESULTS OF YESTERDAY'S GAMES.
ASlEniCAN l.nAflUIt.
NATIONAL I.1IAOIK.
Nptr YnrJe, 7 Cincinnati, 6 (It Innlrutt),
llruokljii, 4 1 rittuburg, 3.
Other teams trere not scliednled.
STANDING OF THE CLUBS
Pt. tool, fl New Vork, 1.
t lerciana, l iioeion, o.
Cblcftgn, l irhltadelphlft, 4.
Detroit, 3 Washlnjlon, 3 (second game).
rtrnolilrn
New York .,
Clnclnnntl .,
fltt.hurj
Chlcngo
at. iiuls ...
Tlneton
rhllndelphln
rinyril.
.I..140
..,.142
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71
67
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.4t7
.403
.410
,33a
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Chleasn
New York . .
St. tjuaU ...
Iloaton
Wnahlnrton
lMrolt ....
Philadelphia
Hayed. Won.
mi an
.144 ao
...no
....140
....144
...,13a
....113
....113
SH
71
C7
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40
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9
77
77
K9
90
r.c.
.mi
.011
.007
ROT
.4C.1
.442
.401
.321
GAMES SCHEDULED FOR TO-DAY.
Clnclnnnll In New York (No). 1 New York to Rt, Louts.
iuiiuurr in iironKiyn. i BOJton In Cleveland.
tnicato in initnn (two). ... I miodelnhla In Chicago.
in I'liuaaemr. I Watblturtm m DelmlL
St. XorV
Kcli
Totnls.,20 4 0 21 12 3
100 0
100 0
2 0
01
0 0
4 1
10
2 0
0 0!
CIllCAnO (A.)
nn r n o a i
Btrunk.rf. BOl
weaver..ib n o t
J'kion.lt, 4 2s
Felsch.cr. 2 1 1
J.OTne.lb 4 00
ntberg,ss 4 1 I
Bchalk.e,, 3 02
Wlll'ms.p. 000
Katk mi 100
Wllk'son.p 100
tMurphy... 1 6 0
iicrr.p doo
00
1 0
tl
00
00
02
n
1 1
00
00
00
otf
fractal lo Tim fltM kp Nmr Yosg Jln.i.n,
Ht, Uvi, Bept. l,-DUIa .Tank
Davis, tho rtlfled young ntnr of thn Wt.
Louis hurling establishment, let , tho
Yankees down with two, hlta thl Nnr
noon whllu recording his fifth oonsenti
tlva triumph over tho Huppert-Huston
forces, Tho scoro was 0 to 1, tho Van
kens' only run belim" scornd In tho
seventh Innlnif. In which Willi lll
drew p. puns, moviid tip ft hasa nn nntna
tufleld out und comptoted tho circuit 01
nmlll l'ratt a slnulo to rentro,
,...Im tin. liAAn n mvatnrv In the
I'UVin linn Mvvt. .. t. .-,-.
Vanlieei In every camo ho haa pltohrd
against them this season, and wn mora
effectlvo to-day than ever, Only two
Ynnkeo batsmen reached first base In
tho llrst nix Innlnfis, Iluth drnvfflig ft
pna after two wero out In tho fourth,
and Cnlllna getting another after Wafd
and llnimah had been rctlrfd In tli
sixth, and In iilna Innings only th rly
hitstllo hatsmen toed thu plato against
Herbert Thormnhlen slartdd for tho
Ynnka nnd wna driven to rover In the
fourth Inning, N'lnn hlta and four runs
hnd been srond ngnln.t him beforo
Manager Mlllor lluggln decided to re.
move him In favor of "Two dun" tip
CoIIIiih, Tho latter wan fairly c-ffectlyn,
hut wns poorly supported In thn aovsnth.
In which errnra by Itabe Iluth and
nlly 1'lpp helped tho Ilrowna to two
rUTlils was tho Yanltoea' fourth conaecu
tlv defeat nnd very likely marked their
passing a contendora for tho pennant.
Atoro than S0.O0O paraona wltnesaed the
engagement.
Ilrovftilm llotlreil In Tlrst.
Tho llrownlcs started to nnnoy Mr.
Thormahlen In tho nrst Inning, but were
turned back acorelena nftcr making three
lilts, (lerber led oft with a slow rolllnrt
grounder to third and boat Ward's throw
to first, rirdeou batted Into a double
nlay. but Hlsler lined a, single to centre,
gnuo ! second when Pratt muffed Trunk
Hannah' good throw and advanced to
third on Jacobson'ii high bounding In
gle toward Ward, 111 Journey or
mlnated there, however. Ward'n good
Srow atopplng Williams at llrst for tho
,hThorntWen retired tho sldo In order
in Iho second, but tha locals started
after him again In tho thlr. a,d scored
two runs. Davla launched tho drlvn
wllh ft alnale to centre, find moved up
a peg on Oerber'a sacrificial bunt. In
Angered on recond, while (Moon filed
to num. and worM on Hlri second
hit. a slashing blow to Mntre. B rier
took eecond on Iho throw to the pla e,
nnd scored on Jacobson'H Infield single,
Hannah muffing Plpp'n anap throw.
Again In tho fourth tho Ilrownlea
Jumped our stately young iwuthpaw,
this time with such vigor that they drovo
him from tho hill, Tobln opined with
n double to right, and Hevereld Jrow n
base no balls. Hoth moved up on Davla n
Infield out, and bolh clattered home, on
(lerber's single to loft, where Duffy
Idiwla fumbled long enough to onabto tho
hotter to taks an extra baso.
flomcthlne seemed to tell Miller Hug
gins thai Thormahlen wouldn't do, so
ho dorrlcked tho southpaw and sent nip
Collins to the mound. Tho two gun man
retired tho sldo without further ncnrlng,
fledeon going out on ft long foul to
Vlck and Blslcr on a short popup to
Peck.
Krrnrrj Help Itrnvfii.
CollltiB held tho too In close check In
tho next two rounds, but In tho soventh
the Ilrownn wrapped threo hits around
n couple of errors and added two runs
to their total, Drrber set tho ball
rolling with a rlnijl to ccntro. nnd
skidded to third on ft nlmllar drlvo by
Oodeon. Iluth tried to cut him off, but
his aim was bad, nnd tho ball bounded
TIE WITH SCOTCH
lllval Intcnintlonnl Teams
Scoro Twlco Kncli, IMnylntr
Kxtm rorlodn,
Boccer teams representing Kngland and
Rcotland In thn nnnunl International
rniiini.ellln,i tt ItiA Maw Ynrlc l.'ont
bailers Protective) Association opened
thn noasnn hefnro it largo crowd nt Todd
I Deld hi Ilronltlyn ywitertlay nnd played
n a to 2 no HnnXi tiniwiiintannini mat
extra pcrlnda of 15 mlntites each wero
ordered by the referee, Tho game, (hero
forpmust ho roplayod,
V, MoKenna of lloblns Dry Dock,
centro forward for Hrotlnnd, waa tha
first to scoro off n cross from tho left
nftcr ten mlnutca of play, Kngland tied
tho uroro ten minute latert when Ionl
of Teho Yacht Ilnaln converted a. corner
kick hy Hlinw, At halt tlmo tho teama
worn tlod,
A breakaway from tha oantra by
Duckworth nf thn Urlo A. A, placed
Kngland In tho lead In tho second half,
Unnlnml (3). I'eiltlnm, Bcotland (3),
iKlihnn (lonl Wllsnn
r.renillient IllBbt bnek ., . . .Kelly
I'Ase, I.eft back , irowiilm
Pepper llluht half , T, Hlarl;
I'larilsHorlh. . d mre linlf .. ..... ...Ilol
lillrney I,f( Imlf Maephersun
(llirslifo OuisMe ilsht ....HncDnnald
I-'ttln Iimlile rlilit A, tUark
ruekwurtli Centre P, MnKemm
Hhaw., , Inside left , .Mdliilrn
Itlurrh,,, Onlildo led, .,,,11, MeKenaa
lleferee-C, 15, Urvlchlnn. I.lnrsmsn-T.
Oiinnlnilmm and J. Ciiniilnsham, . iloals-
Inil", Duckwnrlli, Knslandl V, McKeiuia,
T, Stark, Scotland, Tlma-ljnlves of .43
iKlnutim and extra periods of IA mlnulis
tech tay,
ASIISKICANH WIN AT mOTIIAI.U
I.VONB, nanot, Bept. 10,-The California
football team to-day defeated tha Prenrh
tfoutheuitei'ii eloven by n soors of 23 to 3.
Orioles Win Flag in
International Race
JIaltlnioro won tha nw Interna
tlonnl Ifongiie pennant rnco, which
ended to-day, lending Toronto hy a
margin of ono. and ft half irhmr, Tho
now ehnmplonn won tholr twenty
fifth straight game yoaterdny, (stab
llshing n leaguo record, Toronto wna
not nut of the raro until laat Krlday,
Tlio Orioles won 109 game and lost
4ii for n perccntagn nf ,713, and tho
Mnplo Loafs won 10S nnd lost it, for
ft percentage of ,701,
0
I
With- Semi-Professional
and Amateur Ball Teams
0 0
0 0
At Pyckniati Oval
Tesrcaii Hears 0 0 0 0 1
Ilinni rtlnnla II 1 0 0 0
liaiicrle'-fJchwarta aid uammi Tcsreau
end llelihlswalle,
Hf-ciiud muni . . It. H. l
Tf tleail Hears, ,. 02808003 0-8 H 2
litem, fllanl 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-3, .1, 8
linttorlen 1'ullrtton nud llinltlt: llntli'"
nnd IIiiiiiiii.
At Jmey City- It. II. 11,
Went N, Y.i. 000 0 I 1 00001 00 1-4 1.1 2
tlliquimnes ,. 0200000000 1 000-3 II 4
llAtterlea-Matla'anil Mcllrldoi Ulugrns anil
Bpeer,
At Dover, N. J.- It. H. H.
Lincoln (llnuts... 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 II 0
I'letohcrs 00000 3 00 x-3 0 0
liailerles-Wllllnins nnd Whllei Warhop
and Leahy.
At Pnlrtlew, N. J.- . It. II. 14.
Iltnlilfoid 00001. 1 0-4 8 0
PMrlVr 8 0 1 0 2 0 x-in 18 0
liattrttea-Huhre and Durmani Whltlakor
and Bnillh.
At Itldgewoml, N. J.- It. II. TO.
It'saek-liogota.. n .1 o o 2 o o 1 r n 13 2
V.M.C. A. 0(11 110 0 I) 0 0- 4 4 3
llatterles-Terliuiio and llagani MrOuIro
and Wllaon.
At North llcrcer. N. J. Jt.II.E.
llldri'wniid A. C, 001000000 12 7 0
North llrrucn.... OOOU01000 (v-l 3 2
At llnckensacli- It. It. T..
I'lalnfleld 1 p 0 p 0 0 2-0 0-2 B 2
)l'Mck-llei:ntn... 2 1113 0 10 a-P 13 0
Halterli'S Kugtlmnn nnd Ittnucri Teihuno
end llagan.
At Dobbs Porry. N. Y. II, H, 12,
Pntbs Pcrr)' 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 x-8 4 0
All CoUeiilan..,. 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-1 1
llatterns-'Jeielianty and ormond; Arn
htln and WnodrMltcr.
At Mlneola
tlhlteWd Iy. 2 0 2 0 1 0 7
Mlnenln O0OOOO0
llatlorlct Hnnimon and Hoffman: Pala and
iiauimnn
At Hnireivood. L. I.- lt.H.i:.
Am. Nntlennls 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0-4 8 0
lloinetNood ...2 0 2 0 3 0 1 0 Jt-7 11 0
llattcrlc acheiu and Vogti Appilyard and
ivy.
At Ilockvlllo Conlre- n,
Kris A. A 4 .'. 1 1 0 0 0 I 0-12
Hock. Centre.... 3001 2 0000-0
IlattorU'a-I.ntvrcnce nntl Suwtcllei
Qallrchcr and Lvhr, Leddy,
At liny nidge, L. I.- n. It, C.
ChAtlmm 11100100 20 14 1
Thought out in New
York, but worked out in
Scotland!
The fabric for our rain
proof ,'Scotch Mist"
overcoats is woven by the
canny Scots after our. own
formula.
The garments we make
here.
As porous as any all-
wool fabric, yet perfectly
proof against showers.
Keally two-coats-in-onc.
Smart Fall overcoat when
it's a bit cool. Raincoat
when it rains.
Men's, youths', boys'
sizes.
ll.lt.I3.
0 0-12 17 0
0 0-02
It. 1!.
14 4
4 a
Wood,
.,. Wnr.1 i.1 llnnnnli In Ihn Tlrnwrni' Lincoln.......... 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0-3 7 0
. ii.,.;:.' I att,rle-uawson and insitei woblor and
UUKUUlt WW fit l VI f(i(v I'lIM uvuvvil
gulng to third
Blslcr then grounded to Pratt, whouo
throw ' to first waa muffed by Plpp,
Oodeon Hcorlng on tho error. Jacobson
followed with a single over second, send
ing Hlsler to third, and continued to
second when Iluth, with no chanco to
get his man, hurled Iho ball to Ward.
Tito scoro:
NEW YORK (A.) I BT, LOt'lB (A.)
au r It n n e nb r h o a ,
4 u 1
Peck.ss...
Plpp.1ti...
luiin.rr..
Pratt.'.b.,
Vlck.rtr..
lumr..
2
.1 1 0 II
::oo 2
aot
.100 2
noo 2
.10 0
0 AlOerher.a, 4 14 1
riedeon,2ti.
Blsier.lb..
IJa'hson.cf
Lew
Wnnl.nii
ifnlinilh.n .10 0
Th'rm'n.p 1 0 0
I'omns.p. uuu
rowster. i u u
n 1 1
4 1 2
4 0.1
IHIWill'ms.lf 40 1
"mini, ,'in., 4oo
Tobln.rf... 4 I 1
Hevcreld.o .1 1 1
IMVII.p... 4 1 I
2 01
1 il 0!
i a i
o on
o 1 1.
0 0 0
o o-i
o x-d
hlts-
Doiibie
Totals,, 30 0 14 27 0 0
Totala.,371 3 2I1.1S
United for Collins In ninth Inning,
New York 0 0 ft 0 0 0 1
Bt. Lout 0 0 2 8 0 0 2
Kacrlttro hlt-Qerber. Two baa
Cterber. Williams. Tobln. Hevereld.
playa-Beverold and Cledeon: Pratt and Plnpi
.Ward. Pratt and Plpp. Loft on bases-New
York, 2: fit. Louis, 8. Horned rune-Notv
York, 1: Bt, Louis, n. tnrst baio on errors
-Ht. Louts, 2. Ituns batted In Pratt. Bit
lor. Order, 2t Pavls. Thrown out steallnrr-
Ily Bevereld, 2 out of 2 (fluth, Pratt): V
llnnnan, l .out or j iniaior),- Pitchers'
recontMJff Thormahlen. 0 hits and 4 runs
(3 enrned) In .1 1-3 Innings with 17 men nt
bat: off Collins, 3 hlta ami 2 runs (2 earned)
In 4 2-3 Innlnss with .10 men at bat. Total
haumen faced Hy Davl, fiO; by Titer-.
mnnien, vy vjuihiih, ju. miiirrt 0111 Jiy
Davis, 7 (Peclilnpnugh. plpp, Pratt, Vlck, 2
Ward. Pewster): by Thormnhten. t (Rmilhi.
liases on balls Off Davis, 3 (Plpp, Iluth,
Collins)! oft Thormahlen, I (Bn-eirld), Los
ing pitcher Thormahlon. UmplreH-blnneen
and Chill. Time of gamt-1 hour nnd 44
mlnutet.
.11...... ... n . "V. , ! IJ1
...iiiru ,ui i rry in ninui inning.
J a ted fnr Williams In third Inning.
tllatted for Wilkinson In tltth Inning.
Philadelphia 0 0 .1 1 0 0 0 0 0-4
Cblcago. 0 0 0 1 0 4 0 0 -0
,?J "' I'lts-Porkln;., Bchalk. Weaver,
Jackion. Three base hlt-Jnckion. Hiotoa
'i iicnvor, iii.nrrir, aturpny. HRrritlco
blts-Itnmmell, C. Walker, Johnston. Pelseh,
,T",..Uoubl? ?'ar-rtlsberg. E. Collins and ,
J. Collins. Left on bases-riillndelphln, 0:
C,,,.1?,K?, .0, Dftie blb-Off Wllllami. l
off Wilkinson, 3t eff Itommell. 1: off Kew I
It off Perry. 1. Hlts-Off Williams, 3 In H 1
InnlnRs: off W Ik mon. 1 In a innin... ti
Kerr, 2 In .1 Innings: off ftommel, 8 In B 1-3
Innings I off rrry. a In 2 2-3 Innings, lilt
'n,'",'."". wJlP,i J (Orlftln). Btruek
out-Uy WllllAms. 1: by nommol, 1: by Kerr.
2 by Perry, 3. Wlnnlnir Ulcher-Wllkln.on
Losing pitcher nommet. Uinplres-lllldo-brand
and Morlarlty. Time of game-l hour
and DO minutes,. '
NOTES OF THE DIAMOND.
llouah has hit safely In twenty-four con
lecuttva games, the best National Lcncuo
performniico In that Una this tensoi
The Yankee pitching staff, pretty well shot
to pieces nt present, nevertheless leads In
Sliuiouifl. ways,
among Hum hi
times.
Bhawkev. tvl!ln m,i n,.in
avo used whitewash fowrteon
Cnhtll
At Morris Park, L. L- it. H. K.
Ptfth Assembly.. 12 0 10021 x 7 H 0
All Colleclans... 0 0 11 1 0 0 0 0 l-A 13 2
llatterlea-Hwcok and Kcliody; Cross and
Lewis.
At Colteje Point- n. II. n.
C'lrgl Point.. 43000000000 1-8 7 2
Peelmklll .... 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 .1 0 0 0-7 11 S
Ua.ttcrlt's-Ahrnms. McAulIf r nnd Ooughl
Van i:svit, PrAUdlg nnd 1twls.
At Itmhwlek Held- It. II. K.
Mapleton l'nrka,, 2 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0-3 1.1 2
Kmplro City B 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 x-0 13 1
At Ivanlm Park- It. It. 11.
Ironside 1 01 000 0-2 n 1
lvnnlmo A, C 2 0 2 0 3 Ox-7 fl I
llaltertee-Deon and Btlcklcs; O'Mallcy and
DIHi-l.
At Patklllo Oval- II. II. K.
Phils. (Hants.,, , 1 0 1 1 0 0 4 0 0-7 11 2
I'arkvlUo. A. A... 0 0 0 1 0 I 0 10-3 4 1
llalleiles McDonald nnd Hanks Dwyer
and Lyons.
At Fletcher's Field- It. If. U.
Elki, llnboken 2 0 0 7 0 3 4-1(1 14 1
Clk. Union 1II1I..I. 0 1 0 4 00 3- 8 0 1
lialtcrles-Mack and Marntll: Klaetman,
Willis and Zopl.
At Prospoel Park- It. II. B.
Tigers 120000002000-0 11 .1
Vernon.. ..1 uuuiaiuuuuu ia 1 4
llalterles-Fred and Wat)iori Snyder, Me-
Kenna and Anderson.
At Dexter Park- . n. II. 13.
Hillsdale 0 1 0 0 1 .1 1 0 4-10 II j
llu.ihwlck 101 000000-2 0 3
llattcrlcs-llrctor and Cason; Jamloson,
Olrard nnd Hohman.
Illllsilnle 2 0 1 0 0 1 ft 1 01 7 2
Dliahwlrks 00010000 0-1 7 3
llatterles Whltworlh nnd Bantop: Specrs
and llohman.
At liny Itldgo Ovnl- K.1I.E.
Illdgrw'.l Ly. 0 1 0 7 2 0 1 1 1-13 10 1
uay 11. Ath.. ooi02026o-nns
liatterUa-Itemmon and Danhardti Lupfor
and Iwtnghorsl.
At Olemlale- lt.H.B.
AnatVana CI. 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 B- 5 8 .1
llldgew'd U: 0 1 2 3 1 0 6 0 X-12 14 3
Uatterlek-Hoban and Prltz; Pernor and
Bleat).
At Howard Fteld
L. I. City..,. 0 9 3 0
Howard 0 2 2 0
Datterloi Deatty and
Bcnwaris.
Kir Dept.... 10020200000 0-n 8 2
Howard 02 0 00018000 1 fl 17 0
llattorlcs Lynch nnd Dcmpscyi Clemens,
iieari nml zacKtnan
() 1
0 0
and
Of course, our Fall over
coats aren't all ,!"Scotch
Mists"
Plenty other light
weight cheviots including
oxfords, silk-lmed to the
edge.
Cfplslerfrf frndrtnorfc tor our nlr
ttahtr mtrtmt 11 inmljoms, A'rottdh
cfiei'lod, rnlnproocif,
Rooers Peet Company
Brondway Broadway
at 13th St. "Four nt 34th St.
Convenient
Broadway Corners" Fifth Ave.
at Warren at 41st St
0 1
1
0
1 1 6
Ileattyi
It.Jt.TJ.
0 04 B 1
0 X-4111 0
Lenny and
0 0 0 0-100
0 0 1 x-3 D 3
Walih) Handle-
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION.
At Toledo (first gams)- n. H E.
Milwaukee .....,, 2 n 2
Toledo 3 0 0
Datterlcs-Cicarln and Ulrlch: McColi and
Woodall
(Second game) It. H. E.
Milwaukee) 3 .1 4
Toledo i., 4 11 92
natterles-McWeeny, Trentman and Ulrlch: Ped. Blitp Yd. 0 0 0
Btaylor. Meade, Notion and McNeill. Wood. ltowantn o o a
all. 1 Ilatterlcs-McKentto
At Columbus (lint game)- rt. II, E. man and 7ackman.
ivansai uu 7 B n At Farmers' Oval- It. II. E.
uoiumnu . V li 0 prkvll1n . . .. 1J1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 4
Sl )VV ZZVs Km- r, llat.erles-Dcterman And Marks: HAgeman
ni. r ' .X and Ilcatty.
eiMmhn. ,5 5 ? Rrldgeport 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0- 1 10 3
t!un.u." "J!V.1i':r'.,."A".,".".',a .7 .1 w.riiier 32111 BOO X 13 18 1
CTlVTeX"' "" ano "m0i v' natterles-Uowers. Fnyen. King and Skill-
A Indianapolis n. mM 1 ana tKn'van-
m. tul At Recreation Park- n. II. E.
Indlanapolt ,. 4i Jer. C. lied Sox. 212 2 22 51 Hs 14 ?
Datterles-IIall and Hargravoi Whltehouss iBprtngfletds .... 0 3 0 8 3 2 2 0 1-13 17 4
and Henllne. i Balterles-Bhannon, Kalssr and Flelger:
At IXlUl.VlllS IIITB, KltlllI It. II. H. .JVUVll.CI. Illll uuu .,v..nw.,l..
Minneapolis , , 1 0 1 Penn. Red Caps. OOOOIO.IOO I 0 4
Constipation
and Bad Teeth
Constipation now
means a trip to the
dentist later. Acids
in the systctn decay
teeth. Keep in per
fect health by tak
ing USOL1ND, guar
anteed original and
genuine imported
Russian Oil purest
of mineral oils.
Ask by name for
USOLINE.
Prevent Constipation with
SO LI Ml?
" THE ORIGINAL 5l
AUSSlAll WHITE MINERAL OIL,
AllDnuhtt
OH Pt-odacts Co,, Ica, N. Y.
THE TUEF.
AT
and Mayer,
Loulsvlllfl
Ilntterles James
Wright and Kocher.
(Second game)
Minneapolis
Lemlivlllo .........v
llatlories i;oetiinnii nnn Jienry:
2 R 2
Koob, E.
Frank Seeman-Our opinion Is that he has
r.ot. Arms surh as Meusel, reck, Ward,
Ruth and Lewis have are hard to beat.
Miller,. Crabsm, Wright and Kocher,
DETROIT NLM WINS TWICE.
DETROIT, Kept. lO.-Illsilon Creamery of
Detroit defeated ScltlelmOr Federals of
Cleveland In both games of a doublo header
here to-day In piny for the class A National
Dastball rulerntlon championship. Tho
ncores wers 0 to f nnd 7 to ti. Trimmer
pitched both games for the visitors.
R. It. P..
0 0 0-0
1 i x-r
Edwnrds
F.hbfU Held, nrooklm x. Plllilinrf T.
d-.y, 8:80 P. M. n'wny-Ilrlithton Exp. to
PS. fit. IntcrbfMetfli'ranklln Arjif?, j
0 o Sprtngflelds osoooioo 0-3 o 3
Henry; :' Dattertes-Lnngford ana Eiynnrd; Kmets
i ema Dcjiwomi.
R. H. B. a Eniil New York
4 10 Olyihn tln Cnnil 0 0 0 0 0 ft
East N. V. A. A... 0 1110 0
Ilatterle-Archer and Hlrten:
nnd Jacknon.
Cuban Stars 0 0 2 0 0 .1 3 2 1-1 1
East N. Y. A. A.. .1 2 0 2 0 1 0 1 1-12
Ilatterli'H lloliertsnn. Olrardl nnd Hatch,
Hlrten: FnUels, Junro, Lucas nnd Ilarrots,
Pen Red Caps 01000204 0-7
East N. Y. A. A.. 1 0 0 1 00 0 0 0-2
Patterles-Olrnrdl nnd Hlrten; Wiley nnd
Paynard.
nichcreele Ath 1 4 0 0 1 0 0 0 O-fl
! Atlantic A. A 0 0 0 o 0 0 4 l o-r.
llatterles Hcssn nnd Maase; Ilcrschler and
nKTianmtM deteats disston. I Ath... uoooioom n n
PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 10,-At the opening Atlantis A. A.... 0 0 0 0 0 4 1 0 03 3 3
of tin Watlonnl Socctr league season to-Uay Batteries Henchlir and rttrlck; Hesse
Uethliim tflfcntid Dlsrn to 3 to 1. md Uasss.
AQUEDUCT
$3,000
Oakdale Handicap
2-ile Steeplechase
And 4 Other Good Races
BEGINNINQ AT 2:15 P. M.
SPECIAL RAC13 TRAINS
lravo Icnn. Station, 33d St. and 7Ut
Av., also Flatbush Av., Brooklyn, ut
12:13 a ' at frcnuent Intervals up to
114.1 P. M. Kpcclal Cnrs HrnerTrif for-
idiei. Also renrnea oy luiton at,
L ana oy irouey.
Grand fitnnd $3.10. Itdle fl.03.
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