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WHITE SOX TAKE THHEE
T
Chicago Drives ('aid well Kroni
>|ound In Seventh, Winning
by Score or S to ?!.
iV';
SENATORS AC! A IN YICTOUIOI S
Clovelanrl Unable to Ilalt Washing
ton's Winning Streak?AtSjIetirs
Take Game From St. I.onU in
Tenth?Ked Sox Defeat Detroit.
fRy Associated Press 1
CHICAGO. June 4.? Chicago s batting
rally <n the seventh, inninc drove Cald
well ofT the mound and enabled the
locals to make It throe straight from
New York to-day. 5 to 4 The visitor.;
weakened in their half of the seventh
Inning, and l>anforth Ki'ii.:
and checked the rally. Tho score.
\ ctv \ ork.
A B. M O. A K
Gilhooler. cf ...3 1 0 ^
Peckinpaugh, ss < 0 4 * '
Liaker, 3t? ' - 1 - 1
Pratt. 2b l - 3 2 0
Pipp. n> ? " * 0 0
Bodie, If ?> 3 2 ?> o
Miller, rf 2 11 4 2 0
Hannah, ? 3 0. t
Caldwell, p 2 1 ?' ?? 0
Mogririge. p 0 o < 0 0
? Fowstcr ^ ^ f o 0
?,?! Walters l 0 0 0 0
Beck 1 0 0 (' 0
Totals 32 12 24 14 2
* Ran for Hannah in ninth
?* Batted for Mogridpe n ninth.
??? Batted for ?;:lhooley n ninth.
Chicago.
A B. H O. A. E.
Leibold. If 4 1 0 ft 0
J. Collins. !f 1 0 0 (' 1
Murphy, rf 5 3 l n o
K. Collins. 2b 3 1 3 2 0
Kelseh. cf 5 1 3 0 1
Weaver, ss 3 2 3 4 0
Gandil, lb 3 2 11 1 0
R'sberg, 3b 3 1 2 2 0
Schalk. c 4 2 3 1 0
Benz. p 3 10 5 0
Panforth. p 1 0 l o 0
Totals 35 1 4 27 15 2
New York 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 fi 1 4
Chicaeo . . .?> 1 0 0 1 3 0 ? 5
Summary: Huns?Pratt. B ?die i2).
Miller, .Murphy, l-Vlscii. Gandil * 3i.
Thre^-hase h;i.- H;ik?ir. Hacri.ic* hits
?Cal-iwell. His Peru. Millar (?; roli-ns
Sacrifice i! < s?W.aver, Miller. I'oubl*
plays--Ben?.. Ilisberg an! Gandll K.
Collin.*- and Ganilil. \Veav<r and Gan
dil. l.f-tt on ?New York. tf;
Chicago, 11. .)?; ,-rr rs?Chicago.
2. Haj.es on j*: ff ; i\Url
well, 2. li s?,,:i I?,/. ... * innings
(none out in sov^nth); I >u!'forth i> in
3; Caldwell. 13 In t. 2-3; Mogridge. 1
In 1 i-.'I Struck out ? <,iMwe!1. 2. I'a.-.
fortli, ! Passed ball?Schalk ' Wlh
ninu i?;in r, i v.;.. l, -? rich
er, (.'aid vv oil. " '
SENATORS AGAIN WIN
f By A?J'. ..i'' J Vrrsi I
C1.EVK1.A .VI >. J:: ?? i \v , . ^ ?~.nri
mad.-" it three <.j* of four from Cleve
land to-day. winning, C to 1 Sh tw .v<--n
Uis own g..p'? s ,i tr. ?, t
Ifth Inning .v;th the bases filled H?
R-as hurt sliding In? ? third and
to retire m T.tvor o; ,.\v<-s.
invlncU^i*. Tw</ passes "and :> ra'u
Lripl*. The .<? -?
\\ si*.!iinuton.
Af It a F.
shorron rf ^
Judge, lb ."4 1 jo ? a
boater. Sb 4 1 a 1 r.
? as
Mor;;i
1." ??
A'.rr
j:v j, T
X? ?
* h>.
r - - -
IV -
ITi r.. ? - ?
by ?
by y -
? ; f.
RED SOX WIN IN RALLY
r-F.r'
l-frriPS '?
After f ?
w n.. ?
anfi ;? * ?
balls i
GAINB0R0UGH WINS
rjlnl; ;j I ri H?i?. /?
1 ii i 1 i'i t '? .* J .
P'-ri '. t. f 1 r? ;r r).
r- \ V"
X.
I
How They Stand To-Day
AMERICAN LEAGUE
wsTr.ui) \ v- it test i.ts.
Host on. " : Detroit. li.
I'liilutirlpliiii. m. I.oult, ;< (u-n iisiiln;:*).
\\ usltlnclon. 1.
< Ilit.lC". ol ,\c? VoiU. I.
01 mi. u.rn?.
\\?n l.o%l. iVl.
Itoston , j; 11) .li.'S
>?'? \ork ?.?.< t s , iii
Chicago i; ...II
St. l.ollls '...20 |M ?(.
(lmrliitnl ??? ..no
\\ .u.liinulon IU I .li.
Plilluilriiiliia Hi ?_>;( .li>>
Detroit 13 ..,.1
(.AM K> ro il.AV.
Philadelphia nt ( hlmtii.
>f?v York at St. I.onls.
t1u>hiiii;luii ill Detroit.
Kosiou n( i'lrvfluuit.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
vrsTi:r.n\v'!> iti>n.Ts.
Cinrinuati. 5: Philadelphia. I ilir-t came).
I'hi'tidelitliiu. 5; ( im uin.itl. o isetoml
rumr I.
t lliruco. 3: Huston.
.Sf? \ork. 'J: l*itt?burcli. 1.
>1. J.oois. S; Krookl>n. I.
hi llll> CI.fits.
Won. I.iiki. P?*t.
Nrw York 27 12 .fi!?2
('Iiic.ico 20 12 .mi
I incinnatl 22 21 .."??2
Pittsburgh is lit ,4Ki>
Philadelphia IK 21 . Ii>2
Ho-t.in IS 2.1 .1 :t!?
>i. i.oui* i.*? 2t
HrnoUl.tn 14 2t<
GAM KS i n UAV.
Cincinnati at Philadelphia.
I'itlMiurcli at New York.
st. I.oiiis nl Brooklyn.
( hirago at Hostnn.
the thirri consecutive day. Ruth drove
a homo run Into the right field bleaoh
t-rs. The score:
Boston.
AR H. O. A K
Hnnper, rf 5 2 4 0 0
Shean. 2 b 4 1 2 2 o
Ruth, cf r. 1 2 0 0
Whit em an. If 5 3 0 0 '
Melnnis, lb 2 0 12 2 0
Thomas, 3b 4 1 2 4 l
Scott. ss.. ?*, 4 U 3 1,0
S.'hans;. c 2 0 13 0
Agnew. c f? 0 o o,
Mays, p 3 0 1 3 0
Totals 32 8 27 15 1
Detroit.
AR. H. O. A. E
Rush. 2 2 1 2 0
YouniJ. 2h ,1 n o 2 0
Veach. If 5 2 3 0 o
lleibnan. rf 5 12 0 0
.'on*?, lb 4 2 13 0 0
Walker, cf 4 1 2 0 0
Vitt. 3b 3 1 1 4 0
Vt'Uf, c 4 0 5 1 ft
James. p 1 o 0 1 0
Roland p..* 1 0 0 1 1
?Cobb 1 1 0 0 f.
tPpeneer 1 n p o 0
Totals o'4 10 27 1 1 1
'Ratted for James In sixth
tBatted for Roland in ninth.
Score by in tunc:? R
Post on 0 0 0 0 0 S 0 1 3?7
Detroit 0OO00203 1??.
Summary: Runs?Hooper v2>. Shear..
Ruth '2). Whiteman. Sehar.i;. Rush >2>.
Young. Vr.\ h. R. Joner. Cobb. Two
base h'.ts?Walker, Whiteman. Home
run ? Ruth Stolen has*? ?- Hooper.
Yo'irir Sacrifice hi'.s?Youn(, Ruth,
Mrlnnis. Mays. T*?ft on bas^s?Rot
ten. 7 Detroit. 7 Ra"s or. ba!'<=?off
Mays. r. off Ja.rr.es. 2 : off P.. . .and. . li:ts
?off Jam*?. 4 in 1 inn:r.k- o: R,v.and.
4 in 3 ir.nines Hi: by pitch r?by
Roland. 1 '."-.'haiifl. ?t."uck o':t? by
Mays, j by .Tarri.-s. *. * v P-ia-. i. 1
I'assod ball? Yelle. ljos.r.ff p;:ob.cr?
Roland
PHILLIES GET EVEN BREAK
rr.r A?s:?e:ated Pr*ss
?T L.Ol*IS. Jr * 4?K r th? s?-'.r.i
ti-r.e in the ?er:es a s;r.c> Shan- ?
r.on ?ir-vc :*.v rur? .i pave Phila- ,
iie'ph:a .'?* *? . ? t ry over St I." ; - Th*
?- to-day was 5 ? ? Philadelphia,
?v. r.. r. ? . r r ^ ' ? '.'.r r ? <j r. ?.* *? ^
Vrc&k ?the series ..:s: concluded.
Ph il.idr iph in.
A P. IT O A. fl
J a *r.:?? - r. rf ? 1 1 0 0
? * " r ' : f. 0 r. (
' f| 0
4 2 14
4
I 3 4 1' r,
?, r, | ,t
I i ft 4 0
31- 11 20 :z 0
kt. I.Ollin.
P If <"> A K
0 0
1 1
f:
' 1 1 0 3 0 0 2
'? '< 0 0 0 1
AUs
R
' n K - '? ?
Jamleiion,
-Ijhvi
hi, . -
FABER 13 DRAFTED
\\ ill I,mi vf ? )il? ;it:<i sin < Inb nnil
Will .Join \ . 11 i it n ii I
\ r?n y.
CI IIC A fid J'ifif 4.?'Urban f'Red">
]"ir tu
i:.,fr
.1 In ? a-i
PHILLIES KM BEOS
SPLIT OOUBLE-HEIIDEH
In l.ast (intr.o Cincinnati Has
Sinn-Out Chalked l |> Against
Its Hero ill.
IlKST MAN l|? WINS CAM K
KmitT, of Ciants, Swats llomcr in
Contort With Pirates?St. I.onis
Ivoiii|<n Away Willi Seven linns in
Thirteenth l-Vaine With Hronkl.vn.
f '*v Aworimfd Pre*? |
I'flll.AIM.l.riliA. June I ? Underlies
muff of ' 'cschRcr's throw in the nlmh
allowed Cincinnati to win t ho
first cam. of to-day's double-header.
? to 4. I'llt iloRR pitched shut -out ball
?i the seooml contest ,aml I'hilatloltphia
won. ?? to 0. Score;
KIHST i; A MI-:.
I'iticlltuaf I.
w A n II
iiroh. 3b .
1 .. Mugee. 2b ^ n
Uouslt. ? ;"'' T. 0
>'hns<\ iti r? i
S. .M.tUOC. If ??
N. ale. rf 3 i
Rlackburne, ,vs 1
:? I
s ?) (if nic r. p. ^
Toiicj . j> n n
O A K
T r> t a 1 s
23 7 27 i;> 1
I'liiln dr lpb in.
A.R. H O. A. E
Pancroft. ss
William?, cf.
Stock, .-b
I.urieru*. lb
< vav.i t h. rf. .... 1
Mou^l. of ".'.'.'.'.'.I
Mcc iailigan, 2b j
Hums, e '.'.'.3
Watson, p 0
O^rh^or. p. . 1
? K:ueerd3d i
.. t
1 1
1 0
*> 11
t 11
1 11
4 3
0 0
1 3
0 0
s :t it
Totals e (
for ?e-in ninth.
i?v,?i ? V J r' 0 ^ n " 0 0 5
' hjladolphia 2 0 0 1 0 0 .1 1 n_.
summary. Runs?Groh. L. >Ih?o ?
Ma t eo 1 ?. Black burn?, Williams
V-l'v0.?1*' ?VcVam**n- Two-base
n -s r.i\ .tih. Stolen hases ? Groli 1
\ i Sai'rifiee hits?Itoush
, ?' ?an. sacrifice flies?Chase m
H?ackbu-n - 1hE "oub1^ plavs?
? b ?nd* ,A. C*&i
?i'Sr.wsrf
pitcher?by SchnePder * b>
7trU\V?m"t?b> ^~hne:der. L'; ??cschper'
SECOND CAME.
Cincinnati.
Groh. 3b A? " ?V
I. Ma see. 2 b . .. V , 1
Ro-jsh. cf 1 2
Chase. ] h
Pv Mageo, If
N'eale. rf. . " J
Blackburne. ss ' -
Wineo. c. . -
Eiier. p ?
? l-iressler j
Regan, p !!!!!!!!!!! 0
ft
A. E.
T otals
Bancroft.
0 0
ft n
U 13 1
1'hiladr Iftliin.
A P H O. K.
W
cf
???'tork. Sb
Luderun, lb.
"rava?h. rf ,
SI e u ? <?'
?I 'lafV.z-.in. 2b . 3
I
PI c:
1 1
1 1
ft 4
? 1
13
.lap/
Nea I?
Totals nj
t-d for EI>r :n e. t;r. t h.
S'-ore by inn:nfei p_
:.-r:.inati 0 ft ft ft ft n n ft ft?n
"n : .d*Iph;a . ft ft n ft ft 3 o 0 x -
iry r.ur.- -Rari'-roft <2>. \Vii
Stock. Hope. T'.vo-b? -e hits
r"n. StO'.-k. t. bases- fioush, S
aerifjre hit lt-MJ<h. H'.UblC
'.'1 I- M.ig' ? . 'Iron. \.
K ' !.? f; (>n ba-'-s
. .'.r.at:. I'h'.ladelphi.i. ?? Klrst
? ( o: ? ,-rors Philadclph a. 1 p.a
KT: of Ho~c. 1
' -'Per. 7 ;n 7 innini;*. "ft Re
.' re :n ' in:iinp Struck otn
r- 1 h* ? ->K ^. i by R'-pan. 1
? - Pi' her. Eller.
GIANTS TAKE SECOND
. ^^ Afif'.'C 1 Jl ' O'J |
.f jr.. 1 .\ home run bv
"-st batter up for New Vork in
? " .*t'. !?? ?! the New York
??? t, f? f'ittsbur^h in a eV ?.e
j :r. 1. 11 w?? a p.vh
? ' between ? hr veterans Sal
??1 ? J !l-,rmr. i. a-;d was featured by
*:a, ftcl'linpf The score:
i'il iMliiirpli.
A Fi H. O A. K
' ~ 4 1 ft ft r.
4
? rr. >i ?
a r :n n n,
112 1
ft 1 ft
I 4 ft
1 2
1 I
1 0
\eiv Vork.
and 2 b
A R. H n
.414
?2t 1:
A
4
1 2 1
2 ft 1
<? 3 .
1 2 -
ft 1:: <
ft 2
ft 1
ft ft <
v. . n v. , n:: ;
27 10 r
run wa1
j it ft ft ft ii (, ft ft. |
0 0 0 0] 0 1 '2
I: a - Mollwit/ K .-iff
Tv.o-l,;, . t,j.? Kl.-t. l.er
Kaiiff. Kaerldce bit Hoii<r.
1 '"at on and Mollwit/.
1 Holke. M oil wit z.
'h < w and Mo] ??. ?/
v. Vork. :: f* ? s
> r"-t ,!i error New ^'ork.
1 Bases oil hilK?ofr Harmon 1
-y |
CARDS WIN IN THIRTEENTH
I l*y A?ao?-iate<l Press I ?
BKOOKI.YN, June I. ? St I.ouls 1
scored wv,.? runs In the thirteenth in- |
ning hero to-day ami defeated Brook- 1
lyn b> ,i score of s to I. XVIth the j
r~r,? ?{*?> and thren on bases. Kiivii
i- i ,',ovo.." ball along tin- third
I .. r.,il . . "Mdre Bigler railed the
1 it air. I#ut the Li rook lyn plu>o?-s muck
!?? *\ .tMVpt. lo ,\?1*1 ll>?' ball, claiming '
Iflwi !. i# i i a Kavanajrh was rroil
I. I .V ' :li h.omc , l1" rhc l?'?'<ino then
detci lorated Into a tarce.
? V"'0 fans rushed on to the
,'1" ,V,p Players prevented them
.71 ? r;u'bing the umpire with the ev
VA.'.J i ,,^ot.?Vnr ,,c'"on?-tratl\e fan. who
! V KtKlcr on 11: e hack <>f the
l-V-r a W;,M seized by a special olli
im?''*f?'>klyo club announced that
. . . r,>cf,.v Kussell has Ik. ri mis- i
1 !, i ., . '. ,,ut reportinc to the Hub.
ami that I .eon ?":idore. It* re oti fitr
h from the National Armv. will!
pitch to-morrow s game The si on ;
St. Louis.
smith, of a? v v k;,
Mai id. ah ; J .. , \ .
?riJ.**i rf i i " <?
llornsby, ss... . i i i - i
Snyder. II.. !!!: ]!! 7 2 if. j I
Heathcote, If 3 ,, ,, ,, ?
Snwth. ir loin (.
!\avanagh, 2b ?? ?? ? i
<ion/.ules. c j f, I ?>
i .1' ?"? 1 i *> "
1 u let to i o n ti <i
I Ota Is - | || ..3 ;;
'Hatted for Heatlieote in ninth.
Urooklyii.
r > . . ^ All.ll. u \ i;
Johnston, lb ? |n i |
Cheney, lb ,, 7i o n o
(Mson. ss *.!!!.'!! r, | i j
Hickman, rf .!!!!!? 1 i> n
Z Wheat. If !!!!!* i ') ii i.
Myers, of * , - (1 ?
OMara. .lb 3 ,? ? ;{ ,
t.riner. ::b i <> > > < ? ?
Poolan. 2b 3 ,, ; ,,
<'oontbs. p \ o o v ??
K rueger, c 1 j |
< J rimes. p i n ;? ,,
Marquard. p . o o i (?
?Srhmandt, 2b I o <? n n
'Miller I ? ,> ,, ?
-l'aubcrt n ,, ,, (l ,,
JM. Wheat o u o n o
Totals Ii; jo ;;:i |(
?Hatted for t.rimes in seventh.
Tllatted for Hoolan in eleventh.
for Oauberi in eleventh.
Score by innlnRs: K
St. I.ouis o ii a | o 0 a 0 (i o n I) ; ^
Brooklyn ii A ii n o n 1 ? o " ?> a i
Summary: Huns?Smith'. iruise.
Horny, .v. Snyder. Smyth. Kavanasli,
(joniales. 1 >oak. Dootan Two-base hits
? Hornsby. Snyder, Myers. TI r. . l.a.-.
hit.' Wheat. Home run- -Knva
n:??*h. Gonsaleti. Stolen hare*: n.i:rd
i J i. c'ruise. Hornsby. Kavanagh Krue
ger, 'irlnic! Sacrifice hits Hornsby,
Mfi.ra I.eft fin bases St I.ouis.
1J;^ Brooklyn. 11 i'trst base on errors
?St. I.ouis. 3: Brooklyn. 1'. Bases on
bails?off tJrimes. 3 off Murquard. "
off Coombs J: fT l?oak. Hits otf
tJrimes, 4 in T innincs. off Mar<piard.
' in I innincs; oft t'ooinbs. ii in - in
nincs. Strui'k out?by ??rimes. ; bv
Manjuard, 1. by Poak. 1. Wild pitch
?tirimes. Passed ball?Krueper. Los
ing pitcher. Coombs.
CUBS DEFEAT BRAVES
fDy Aioociatc-.i I'n ar 1
BOSTON. June 4 ?Vaughn pitched
Chicago to a 3-to-C victory over Bos
ton to-day. Krrors by Behg. Itawlings
and J. C. .-"inith, combined utth hits bv !
raskert. Killifer and Klaek, gave the
visitors three runs in tin? fifth. A pa>.
to Wick'atul. Smith's sacrifice. a double
error by /.eider on K.onetc:iys grounder
ard a single by l;ehg accounted for
Boston's pair or runs. The score:
Chicago.
A.B. II O. A. K.
Flack, rf 4 1 ft 0
Hollo-.her, es 4 ft 1 2 0
Mtnn, If 4 n l o 0
Merkle. lb 4 1 1ft ft o
V'askert. cf 4 1 ft o 0
I 'eal. 3b t ft 2 1 ft
y.ri'lrr. 2b 3 0 4 .{
Killifor, c 3 i 7 o j,
Vaughn, p 3 1 ft 4 0
Totals 33 <5 27 16 2
ItUHtOD.
A.B. H. O. A. K
Kawlings ss 4 1 3 3 )
Herzog, 2h n ?_> 4
Powell ,f "?{ n \ 1, ,1
Wi-kland. rf 2 ft 4 ft u
?I. ?" Smith. 3b 3 0 1 ft 1
K or.?-t ch y. lb 4 1 7 f, 0
ir 4 2 3 0 )
il.-on. c ;; (,
KiKifigirn. p .'.'.'.3 1
Totals 23 r, 2V 0 3
Chn ago ft 0 ft <1 3 ft ft ft ft 3
B"Ston ... 0 (.1 ft 2 <1 0 ft 11 0 2
Stimmary . Ituns?I'askert. Kil!ifer"
\ 'liit'hij. W i' r. la ml, Konctrhv. Thr?*p
hit Va-tghn. Stolen bases?
Hehg. Sac rill* e hit?J. C. Smith
'"'u ,!'\ llerzog to Raw lings to
Kor,'-ti-hy. i."ft on bases?Chicago. 3 ?
Boston. ;? I'trst base on errors?''hl
'.ago, 2. Boston, 1. Bases on hall.s
\- Hit by pitccher?bv
\aughan 'Powell). Struck out?by
Naiinhn. by Klllingim. 3.
LOUISVILLE RESULTS
jy<j'b"r V.:y J(," ' ( a"^.I o'hr srfnT.'''J f "n
, ' b,,r* bill !?owim. if.r
n Vv;.' Tr'T'-.t.K ?' ' vn.h.
,'.,!i;lc" ... I'? vl?l. I'harU v P.eet nr.
illiV'r Vrur'k"i.iM.P"",,;,r- <",'ork": '<,cuh:t"" ??
/ r;".r. ?!x 'urlonrs ? Rot hunter. 114
? i ilV ^ ' ' I'' '*? first Liberator.
... fSande). 54 . n j; ?, 0. sciniiii; T/e |,m
...1' rB' >?'>. third, 'lime. 1 12
yy Mim, \\or<ls o Wl.-'li.m, Marlr. |<..|...rt
."?v Kenward. *1 '?in ?'.ir.i. Ophelia \V.. l'r.|ly
.1 Iron .\!a:it<-r iiIho ran.
iirf I urlonss Nfajor Park?-. '
110 i.s.ndei. J4 .'1 j;i i". $: in. fir-t . John
hiir> hill, lift (*?rayi V. 40. mo ? o n'!
I .Mir* l.ml.ry. 1 iU* 'SimriKon 1. JJ l 1. thirl
lime. 1.00 4 ... I'ertrrvrd. Vi/lr also ran.
, , ?' rar.',' f'lrlornta l.enenarea. 135
<<<W .1 ' > Hrjcji | I'-' sb. Jl.'ft an.I oiir
tif-t. I'vlleve .Mlioys lur. ii), $1.
011. so o n 11. Iticlil Ancle. 1 (1 ,*. (.1 .Morvs 1
out, thir'l. Time. 1.11. Opport unit y aiso
ra n.
I* ifrh ra> e ?-mile an>l reventy vat-Is ? Fr"e
! r{. !f''- ''' 4'"nnelly 1. S.I. j;i .10. * .1
liTHT, Ifo.lliK'JI 111 i ,\ John son*. 110 r.'i \4
m?" ond . '.1 met i,.1. too 1 I Itvanl. $2 W.
? n . i-' Jim ll'ftrrinc. An
1 u|" raid, I >r l.evv also ran
?1 !""" ',I"' ?' "i xteent h KJill?
? ?k,?|e-=:i. ?. $47 yn. 114. SO and
'?r" l'iu I" I >??. It.t m: Flunti. J4
? ' '?'I ? blUK Mainliiirc. I or. IK
? : 1 1" 'bird. Tiin<\ 1;4?; 1 -Dilkn
V, " ?'/"'itoiie || | ir Kiiihrro. Parr.
'?' 'Ivor llu.' kv I.ad. Ilia' k Itroom. Alhena
ale. ran
l-eveiith ra.e mil<? and reventv yards ?
?Jtni.ri M.-n.-v |o_. Win |?S4
'list k a 11111. I fi'< (.1 Mofinevi 70
h>.-ond, Stin Mn Id. 107 (J. Ma jesl ii-1'
'bill Urn". I 2-5. I Iryn l.ymah.
and Sunfla: h also ran
1 0
1 0
COLT-BUILDER SAME
COMEDY OE ERRORS
Crowd Sat Tlirou^h It for Amusc
mciit ltutlier Than to Sec
iiusebnll.
NKWI'OKT NEWS IS VICTOR
Score Is 11 to 7, Newport News Tak
ing hour ltuns Kach in the Fourth
and Sixth Innings?Colts' liail.v
Lead Overcome.
(Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
NKWl'OKT NliWS, VA.. juno 4.?
Newport News to-day defeated Rich
mond. 11 to 7. in a comcdy of errors.
The came was sy laughable at times
that the crowd sat through it more for
amusement than to see good baseball
Richmond got away for a three-run
lead in the lir.st two innings and it
looked as though the Colts* had the
game sewed tip. Newport News came
along w tit two runs in the third,
abetted by Richmond's errors. Rich
mond scored again in the fourth and
Newport News, in its half the fourth,
sent four men around t lie path, with
the aid of the Richmond players. The
Builders scored four more in the sixth.
Richmond throwing out .t : niolic screen
of errors through which the Colt play
ers could not see.
Newport News took It on itself to
see if it could not make more errors
than Richmond, and the game went
merrily on. neither si'ie scoring after
the seventh inning. The score:
It icliuionil.
A.M. R. 11 t> A I!
Vinson, -b 4 11-""
Johnson, ss .1 o 0 l i
Stinson. rf .1 <? 1 <? ?> 0
Miller, of 4 1 I 1 '? ?'
Callahan, If. A o i i 0 0
Titt. 3b 0 0 L' L" ><
Holmes, c 3 2 I I ?
Burnoy. lb 4 1 1 x ? o
McOlosky. c 'J 1 1' ft 1* o
Napier, p 2 1 o 1 4 ??
Totals
3S 7
.Nf (T|?ort NfiTK.
2t 1J
:;h.
I lenges.
W'hitcraft, ss
I'aughton. cf
I 'rea .-e. lb...
i.lt wellvii, if
I: ich l>org. rf.
Kennedy, "b.
K roger. c .. .,
Brow ii. p.....
A H. R. H
I 1
Totals 23 11 ? 27 10 5
Score by innings: R.
Richmond 1 3 o i o l i o o? 7
Newport News I 0 2 I 0 I 0 0 0 11
Summary. Two-base hit? Callahan.
Stolen bases ? Vinson. (2>: Johnson.
W'hitcraft. Pouble pla> Johnson to
Vinson. Bases on balls?off Brown, .
off Met 'losky. 4 off Napier. 1. l.eft
on bases ? Richmond. ?*. Newport News.
* Hit by pitcher?by M cClosk y
illenges); by Napier iKrogeri. Hit-"
off McClosky. t in .12-3 innings, off
Napier. in .11-3 innings. Struck out
by McClosky. 1. hv Napier. 5; by
Brown. 2 Passed balls Holmes. Kro
ger. Time of game. 2 hours and 11
minutes. L'tnpire, l,ipe. Attendance.
.100.
PLAY TO TIE IN FOURTEENTH
(Special to The Times-Pispateh ]
PKTKRSRL'RC. VA.. June 1.?Thn
flnobers and the Tars played a four
teen-lnning tie g.uno this, evening,
darkness puttinir an end to an excit
ing and hard-foiight gaof. Peters
burg started the run-getting in the
first inning, making two runs on erroi ?
by Maguiis and Broome. nn<l singles
by M.ingus and Moore. Norfolk scored
a run in the seronil on singles by
Ballincer and Flaherty, ant! a fielder's
choice. Petersburg scored again in
the third on a two-bagger by Moore
and singles by Idghtfoot an'l Rust.
In the tlfth an error by Broome, a
sinule bv Moore and Kmery's two-bag
ger adder! another run to I'etersburu's
M'fire. Norfolk tied the score in the
eighth on two bases on balls, a fleM
er's choice and singles by I'helan. Ttir
ney and Ballinger. After this inning
both teams settled down atnl for tn>
remainder of the game give a lino ex
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Virginia League Standings
. Won. I.OMt. I'd.
\rwiiorl XfiTs ?! I .Sllll
It It'll niond S -I .11(17
.Norfolk 1! .ItSI!
I'rlrrNburR - (I .^.*U
VHS'MOItl).\ V'S ItKHt'l/l'S.
.Nrnjiiirl \ch?, II; Richmond. 7.
Petersburg, ?!; .Norfolk, -I (four
teen innings).
\viii:ki: Tiiuy pi.ay to-day.
Itirlimond at .Newport Ne?vn.
.Norfolk nt Petersburg
hibition of ball-playing. retiring each
other in regular order. Covington for
the hotne icum and Terlinnc for the
visitors both pitched in line shape, and
while tlie home team outbatted this
visitors two to one. Terhuno kept his
hits well scattered. The score:
1'ctcr.iliure.
A.H It. If.
7 i :s
l'i> .
Wood, rf.
Mangus. I
tii'urhart.
Moore, cf.
Light foot.
Kmery. 31>....
ft ust. c
I lerriott. Ib...
t'ovinvcton. p.
Totals
A. K.
1 1
0 1
(i
!?
1 4
1
Phelan, r
Tiernoy. cf
I ?r viin. 2 b
? !:i Minuet-, :;b. ..
' 'nitoion. !!h....
Klahcrty. lb....
Uroomc, s
Terhn i|e, p
Maguiis, rf.
r>4 i i4i' 17
.Norfolk.
A.B. It II O. A.
1 111
1 I
0 0 ;?
<> 0 I
3 1
0
Totals 4."? < 7 7
Score by innines: B.
Norfolk ......" l o o o o o :: o o o o ft o? \
I'Otel :? bllI'K . . . - ft 1 " 1 ft 0 '* ft O iMMi 0? 1
Sumtn.iry Two-base hit:? Moore.
Kmi'ij Stolen base; Mangus. (Jt
liart. I.ightfnot. Ha I liner Iht^os on
balh?off < "oviiiKton. off Terliuno. 1.
I.eft on basos ? Petersburg. ?">: Norfolk.
4. Hit b> pit' lied balls-?by '"ovlugton.
< Ph' in. I:.ill i.tcri Struck out by
Covington. '?>. bv Terhuno, ft. Wild
pM? h Terhuno Time of mm", " hours
and 10 inir.'uto.-. Cmpire, S'-hafcr.
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Buffalo at Syracuse?rain.
Southern AHKoeintlon.
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RESERVISTS WIN
I-'ntlrn Their Avrrnite by Victory Orer
I'lnntrrii' Notional
Nine.
Tho Federal Reservists again fat
encd their average yesterday after
noon at the expense of the Planters'
I National nine. Final returns of tho
I marathon read 13 to 4 in favor of tho
| Reservists.
| Slow Holding featured the contest,
j but was caused not so much by bad
tickling as by the poor condition of
I t he playing Held.
Maylield played a fast and consis
tent finmo in tlie Infield and Burnette,
i of the winners, pitched beautiful ball.
| Kroaddus, of Federal Reserve, was the
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