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GIANTS TWICE BEfiTEN
REDS TAKE BOTH ENDS
OF BILL AT POLO GROUNDS
(ubi tin Ilonn to I /c f i-n ( In I. tir.tr !y
i'uilKlit >;,5io*-" (Initio I'll
Its-' ???. I 1 II.
ri?3 a it>- !
NKW V?>UK, w^/st T Cln< inr.ii11
defoatrrt N?nv York i:; !? >th -lions f
.. tloublt.-ho; r In >? !?< - t.. anil
4 to 1' It wart fi ? ? . > "it.. :::n:iti
had won a c.nnv <?:? tIn- i'olo ilrimni's
? *ii,- season
Cincinnati won tho first canto l>y
fCon:n !;v<- rut s ?!. till* m-coiii! ln:;-:iK
?.!! \ incluiling noma ??'?!?? i?y
Ai-hnfil " Nv.ile.
llfi'iv-irr, . :i fu i ioitfrh from Camp'
Mcrriti, pitohcil Cincinnati t<> vici 'iy
In the second K.imo. New York had
twont}-s. x tnt'ii loft on bases in the
1 v.'u Ainu's: Tho scor-s:
i. \ m i:.
t iiit'iunai i.
Alt. II O. A. K.
(. -"h. 3b 3 i ?; i t>
Net to, !f 4 2 fi 0 0 1
I. isii. cf I 1 - 0 0
s. Ma (roc, lb 5 2 ?: l 0
? ? - lit-1 it. rf 2 3 <? oi
Cue to, 2b. 4 1 II :t ?| ,
1' -.I'kbtirne. J** ? " -4 2 0 ?
V.'iriK". c 4 3 1 C o ;
:? 'linotrier, p 2 l 0 1 o
lSllcr, i> l 0 (? 2 0
Totals 3C 12 27 10 0 ,
Xfiv York,
AIV II. O. A. K
Compton, tf 4 0 I 0 0(
VoUl.p, rf 4 4 ii 0 0
3 otciicr, S3 r. 1 1 <"? o
l'ovi?. ih i ii :t
Kirk-'. !!< .r. 1 12 2
A\ ilhoit. !f 4 1 7 0
SickiriK, 3b ?> 1 2 1
M cC. rty. o ,r? 2 1 o
r ?!?? .! t. 2 O (I 2
?Thorpe ii 0 li l>
S hupp, p o ii o 2
T<.:.(Is . . . . . r.s 11 27 17 (I
" l.att'i! f <>r IVrritt i ti so von til.
Scoro by hirilnus: It. I
O; IK in 11 <? 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1
,x: - . York 0 0 2 1 0 <? 0 <i 0?3
Summary: Huns?Groit, Noalo, Housh, |
1. ?: i . \Yiimo Schneider. 1-11- (
I,'.". ?' i:. I?t??!? I L' >. YlUIIlK'. TWO'll.lSO .
)- t "i" - ? : i-Threo-biis?' hit.I--Y on lit;
Maji'i'. II onio runs?Schneider.
! wit- Stolen ba -os?l'1 icti*lior, t.'oini>
t'.n. S.iorilioo bits Noalo, r.rnh. I.oi't
< . .N? w \ ?rk. 11. t'iiii'inMati, ?!
I'..ij-1's on balls?off i'orritt. 2. off
.*? ln:;> ?. 1, of!" >ohiioitl<-r 4: ??11 I'll tor. I. j
J)!i: off Schneider. In 3 innings tiione
i . 1 in fourth): off Kller, In ?'? in
i ? ?!r i'erritt. :? in .' innings: oil i
fcV hupp. 1 in 2 inuinus. list by ; >i teller
? !i\ i-.ilor, 1 iTIiorpu). Struck out?? [
Ijv l.'.icr. 1. Passed bal ? N'inijo.
Vlr.ti: ly pitolier, Schneider; losing
p.iclior, rcrritt.
SK( (l\ll I.AMK,
Ciiioilinall.
ah. h. a r.
t < roti, 21v 4 1 0 3 0
Neaio. if 4 0 2 0 ??
Rousll, cf 4 1 3 I II
S. M ,. ,-oo. ! b 4 1 12 2 o
C.r.filial, .f 4 I 1 II 0
Cuoio, 2b 4 2 0 3 (i
Blitckburnc, sh 4 0 4 0 0]
Wii.Ko, c 3 14 0 <?
l.rossicr. p 4 2 l u
Totals 'Jk> i* '-7 1J 0
Vi'iv York.
Youns, rf l 0 o o 0
t'oinpton. rf 3 ?? I o I
W*illioit. If :< 2 3 o 0
riot 'h.-r, :ss r. 3 3 4 1
I'oy.o. 21> 1 1 4 II
Thorpe, cf f> l ii (?
Kirko, lb 2 0 tl o u
*/ii-'.iMoriiian I l 0 o t<
Horiricr'i. 7. lb 0 (? 4 t> V
Slckiue, 3b 4 l l 1 0
Hari'i ii. c 4 1 3 i> (t
Ji- 'iiaroo. p 1 1 0 0 0
?i.M. i "arty 1 1 0 (? t>
Toiu-y, i> 2 0 0 V U
Totals 37 12 27 ti 2
'i'.iV' 'i (..r Klrljo in sovi-nih.
?i-.?"i-1 f<? r l?o!nart'C in fourth.
Saviro by innit.Kt' It.
I'inci: nail 2 0 0 2 o 0 0 0 0?4
Ni'\\ ^ ork 1 1 0 o ii 0 0 o (i -2
Summury: Huns--CSroh, Housh, t'uoto,
Pi'i . ?!. Yount:. l?''inaroo, Two-li.iso
hits -I'uot ', i:.-oss;or, Hariricn. I'loicli
< r. Mi'Sn t>ascs <ir(ih. Housh. t;rif
flth. Hncrltlcu hit?Klrko. ?Sacriiloo
IIy? W i:iff . Poui'i-p play?Htnlrijjuo;'.
Ma.iSMsti'.li. J .oft on bast-.- ? New
York. i_. t'incintiati. 0 KItm l':i.s<- ?>n
error.-; i! i. 1 ia bails
lJeni.iioo, I. otf 1 '.ri-ss'.a'.', ;< i,.
.... I 'tr5.it o? . i> in i fnniiiK... >>tf i v.
lii iniii.i;r-,. StrucK < u;- -1 v T<- . y.
3 by i'.n'v or. 2 L >-nuv p.t .:.a ?
1 ifMi.iri"..
SUPERBAS DOWN CUBS
| Ity Asmm .al->l l'r?.N> ]
HHihiK I.V\ A ii s ii-" l : M . .
V. in ii'> homo run with t <? "ii ? . <;
i;i tho .oiirth hilling 1" it i h.. i
1 -it'll. :< to 2. tail I I:;!! >\ .'.ll.l
l.av. Si'.ri'i a siiuiout ! :t 1 ;' <n.>:
by Doolfttt ami Olson. Chicago bail tho
t x ami v. tun ? ? i. :ii . 1 :"i 1
t ?! . t? a-.; ,n'i i a ii"' iy n.
l) ;t : :?.' : s.-oi ? M" h :i : t iirt
1 1 t ? ? - t ? 1 i . ? ; t i l :ra ait
? ' l ? ' . f ;| ?
i-: r a!.,i tit **,(: ? ir> 1 'I .?? . o. c.
.? hlo'r'io.
AH 11. O. A. i:
1 ? r: rf 1 ;
I hf i - a i i ?; o
l _ n t>
1 ll't)
24
V." ,' " 1
Orii ?? p
? 11 '.?-?! f t ' >' " r. - as iti i
tl .i '? i faa. ?' r:or in sov*;..h.
:lt. !? : Z,? ?:. r .a .
? >' -o". by intiMiK
ChlcnS'' ...... o r, r. i i r r. ft
Hrot.kiy n
Vuiimiary I: : N't-.:..
\V)s.- t. ' ? y '.r . M \V: a-at Tv
hit Ii'.' ? (!??: 'i'irr.1- run V \V
StolOTl l.'iSa s I ? t ? I. I ? ; ?.. ?
plays f'as'.r ?! Mf-rkb- ? a: 1
. V..
i.'t 3-J
How They Stand To-Day
AMERICAN LEAGUE
? Vr.STKKOA v\s nnsi;i,rs.
<'lilr:ifT?> S; \c? Yuri;, t (llr-l came).
I lil? I; >p\v \ irU. O (.second game).
.<; I'lllliult Ifliisi. 1 (iirnt cumr),
??!. l.'iuix. I; ritil:i(io!|>liiu, 0 (M'tuiiU
i..?n>< i.
c:<m'o1iiihI. '2; Wasl.inuton. ?J.
lH'irull, li; ilottvili li.
ii ? yul.w, hi- TIIK CL,mS.
Won. I/?t. I'd.
Ii (12 tl .nn>
i l,-\ rlunil .V) 4 5 .507
U i-hilitl'Ti ."><> 4(> .51!)
t hi'.'usn .10 ft'J .400
\?rk IX 5i . I HO
M. l.yuis ?">' ?
Detroit .-,j .I II
I'ltiiiUlrli'liiit 41 (it .I0U
(iAMKS TO-DAY.
Wash! act '?!? ut Cleveland.
l'lillail<'!i)liin a( St. I.ouis.
New York at Cliluicn,
liutituii at Detroit.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
YKSTKRHA Y'S IIRSUI.TS.
Urooklvn. 3: Clilrnito. 2.
I'liilaalplnlilii. I'ittsliureh. 1.
Huston. 4; St. I.ouis. .*{ (elei-en limine*).
Now York. '4: Cincinnati. I <tlrst cam?).
Xrw York, Chnlnnati. 4 (scioml came).
S'I'A N Dl.\<? O.- l lli: 4 1.1 lis.
H on. Loft. Pet.
Clilfaso .. <5.1 31 .057
Nf.i York r.? .fiHI
."ill-liarcli S'i t." .5:n
< inelnnatl 45 .V2 .4<!1
)')tila<l<*l|iliii? II .VI .151
ttrool.lv II 4 1 n:i .151
ttoslon 45 55 .450
>t. I.ouis 12 (J'J .lot
C4MKS TO-DAY.
Cincinnati at New Y'ork.
I'ittsiiurch at liiila<lc!i>hli>.
St. I.ouis at Itnston.
Chicago at Brooklyn. ?
Paubert. Left on liases?Chieapo, fi; |
P.rooklyn. 3. First on errors?Chicago.
Brooklyn, I. liases on balls?oft
l??>uplas. 1; ofr Or mes, 2. lilt:. off
I las. ?} In 1 innings: off Carter, I
in 2 inninps; off llomlrix, none? in- 2
lartlnps. Hit l>v Ditcher? by Grimes, 1
(i >'Karr??ll). Struck <*ul?by Douglas,
: hy CJritnos. 2. \\ ilii pitch?Douglas.
Winning pitcher, Grimes; losing pitch- i
r r. Dotlpl.tS.
BRAVES BEST ST. LOUIS
| My Associated I 'loss ]
ItOPTON. August 7.?Chudhournc'a '
single, Terry's sacrifice hit and J. C.J
Smith's ilou hie to the left liehl wai!
in the last of the eleventh save Host on
a 4-to-3 victory over St Louis to-i|ay. j
?<tis I'raml.jll pitched his first tame
for the I'.raves. The score:
' St. l.Olli.H.
An. II. O. A. E. !
Anderson, rf .'8 0 7 0 0 j
P.etzci, cf :< 1 2 0 0 j
Grimm, lb 2 0 ft 0 1
I'atilette. ll> and cf r> I S 0 0
llornsby. ss 5 10 10!
I 'ishor. 2b f? 1 :! 2 (.
\lcHenry, if 1 l A 1 0
I'.ronkie. 3b ;< 1 0 4 0
Gonzales. c 3 1 2 - 0.
Packard, p 4 2 0 2 ft'
Totala 37 0*31 12 ll
Host Oil.
AH. ll.O. A. E. !
'error. 2h 5 2 2 4 2 |
ap-.ert, If a 13 10
; 'bourne, cf f< 2 4 0 ft
Terry, ss I 1 2 5 0
?. i". Smith. 3b a 2 1 2 0 |
Konetchy. lb 4 1 13 2 0 .
>Vi1son. e 4 I 5 3 0 |
? L Smith. rf 4 0 2 0 0 1
?ran.lall. |> 1 1 1 3 0;
Totals 10 ll 33 20 2)
?< me out when winning run scored. )
Score by inninps: K.
1. Louis 0 2 0 0 1 0 (t 0 0 0 0?t
Lost on 00 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 1?4 !
Summary: Hurts?llornshy, Fisher.
;.in:.ile:?, Chadhournc (2). Terry. .1 (1!.
Smith. T\vo-h;ue hit- J. C. Smith.
Three-base hits- Packard. .1. C. Smith,
sacrifice bits (Jonzales. Terry. Dou
!ile plays - Terry to Herr.op to Ronet
?-hy; Koneti'hy to W ilson to Konetcby.
Left on bases?St. Louis, 5; Boston, ??. ,
r'ii'.-t ? n errors S>. i.ouis. 2. l?oston.
Hnscs on biUls?off Crandall, 2. llit !
.?v pitcher?by Crandall. 1 (Anderson).
? i m k out?by Packard, l. by Cran- I
ill!. 1.
PIRATES WIN TWO STRAIGHT
11$v A ? >? ; a;imI 1 're.--. 1
Pill!, a l ?i :!.:?? 11\. A ii past ".?Mayer
v.i : ma.-.ier of 'ii ; former teammates
at alt tjn.es to-day and Pittsburph
i; ; w o stiMipiit. score, 4 t > 2. The
i ? s' rr.is wove both due to muffs
:? Ma>??!? killed a ninth Inntnp
. illy I y catehinp Pearcc napplnp orr
. The score:
lait txlitirplt.
AH II O. A. E.
l"'"am. ss 4 1 2 1
: If a 1 4 0 1
. a: ? v. , f ;j 1 \ o 0
?ut h worth, rf a 1 1 n 0
I'utshaw, 2b 3 1 3 f> 0
*lollwltz. 11> 4 1 :? 1 0
! i-C?? hnie, 3l> 4 1 ? 0 1
Schmidt, c 2 '? 3 3 ('?
M . ? p 1 <> o 4 0
Totals 31 7 2T 15 3
I'iiiladcl ;>liin.
VP !'. o. A. E
'.anor^ft. ss 3 0 5 2 0
cf. l l a o
.<t '<? '.b 3 1 n 5 0
II . lb 4 1 11 o 0
'lie k;way i> " 0 0 0
? ? \ >'? 1 ft 0
?? \ .:!? rf 4 >1 2 0 1
P . 2b 4 2 3 5 ft
' I ': 3 1 4 2 ft
I ?;? ?????; 1 0 ft 0 0 0
\ i ? . . ;> :i i ft i o
T >? a'.s ?. I 7 27 15 l
? ? ? \ : I.'. !? " :s in :.? h
? ''at? ?1 ' " \ ' ? in li:ntb.
S. 1 v ?: .:,ip.- P..
Pitthburph ft 0 ft 0 '? 0 0 1?4
PI i .... 1 11 1 . ft o ft 0 ?2
; . *.? Carey,
aw P.. riaiicroft (2). Tv.-&
'?? ? ?? ' ' . isipb e. Sto>*n
S p. CaSa ririee l?it ?
? - I' . ? ? ?M.i: ? -r. Cut:'haw
? ? " ? .'/ T -e.'i on i'ases ? Pitt.?
htirpli :>. Philadelphia., First on
r r> -1 ? s!.-,;i-u-. 1 Philadelphia. 1.
P. ? < on i .?"> Mayer. 3: off Wat
son. ' Hit by pitcher?by Watsori
(S hmldt). Struck out?bv Mayor, 1:
1 . \Va?.- n. 2.
. r ? ? p i m *?.
2; second
T'-rf ' ' I,; /Irst "fA.!:.*
T'ironro, 3, sec ?. ?;d
Harni:ton, 2
WE SOX TAKE II
YANKS AND ATHLETICS
EACH LOSE TWO GAMES
IMillndr Iph la t.c.se* to llrotvn*?
{ii)ii;>!? ilrfcnt Indiiini, \\ iiile
'liners Trounce Ketl Sox.
! lly AbS'jriatcU
(M1ICA(!<>, August 7.?Chicago mado
a ciean sweep of tho series with Xew
York by winning both games of a
?l iibl^heador -to-day, S to 4, and t to
1respectively. The-first game \va:< a
;lu?g.;:g match in which many extra
aase litis figured. lit the second gam<*
Chicago scored all its runs by bunching
two-base lii's consccuti vcly. Kouv
doubles netted threw runs arid caused
the retirement of Sanders. A bast on
bails, a sacrifice and an infield out
scored the other run. The scores:
i"in.sr <;.\ m I
,\r?' Vork.
A.B. II. O. A. K.
tlilhooley, rf 5
liamar, cf 5
I taker. 8 b 4
i'ratt, 2b 5
Founder, lb 5
Caldwell. If 4
llunimel. If l
Heekinpaugh. ss 3
Walters, c 4
l.ove, j> 2
? 11 yu 11 1
Kinneran, p 1
1 1
0 2
1 3
4 2
Totals 40 II 24 11 0
1 Halted for Love in fifth
Chicago.
A.M. II
? Jood, cf 5 2
Leibold. If 4 1
K. Collins. 2b 3 2
Weaver, 2b 1 1
' ia'i.lii. lb r, 2
.1. Collins, rf 5 2
Risberg. ss 3 2
McAiulllit, 3b 4
SchaiI;, c. ...
.1 acobs. c.
(JiCdtlc, p 4
<> A. re
2 0
(1
Total3 38 17 27 10 0
Score by innings: It.
New York <> 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 0?1
Cl'icaiio .?2 <? 4 1 0 0 1 0 x? S
Stimmary: Runs?Lamar. I'ratt.
Kournici. Caldwell. < inoO, K. Collins
<-), Handil >2), J. Collins, Risherg (2).
Two-base hit?Cicotle. Three-base
bit- .1. Collins, (iootl, i'ratt, Leibold.
Weaver. Home run?Risberg. Stolen
bases 10. Collins. (Sandil, Foamier.
Sacrifice hit 1'ei kinpaugh. .Sacrifice
fly !Collins. Pouble play?Walters
and Raker. Left on bases?New York,
li: Chicago, y. 1 i.is-s on balls?off
Love, 2: olf Cicotte, 1. Hits?off Love.
12 in innings; off Klnneran, "1 in 3
innings. Struck out?by Love. 3; by
Cicotte, 3. Winning pitcher?Cicotte.
loosing pitcher?Love.
snroxi) came.
New York/
A.n. IT. O. A. K
flilhooley, rf fi
Lamar, cf 4
Maker. 3 b.
I 'rat t. 2b. ...
l-'ournier, lb.
Ilummel. if.
I'eckinp nigh.
Hannah, c. ..
Sanders, p. ..
Keating. p. .
?Caldwell ...
1)
f Hyatt 1
Totals 3.'. 10 24 15 0
?Hatted for llannah in ninth.
tUatted for Keating in ninth.
Chicago.
a.r. h. o. a. re.
t'i
1 3
2 1
1 12
1 2
0 0
0 (?
0 0
4 0
1
II
4
1 0
1 2
0 0
Hood, cf 3
Lelbold. If 4
1-J. Collins, 2b 4
C.attdil, lb 4
.1. Collins, rf 3
Risberg, ss 1
Weaver, ss 0
M i'.M 1111 in. 3b I
Panilli. 3l? 1
S.-halk. c 3
Slu-llenback, p 3
Totals 27 5 27 12 2]
Score by innings: It.
New York 0 0000000 0?0
Chicago 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 x?4
Summary: Ituns?Leihold, K. Collins,
flandil. .1 Collins. Two-base hits??
Leihold, 1C. Collins, Oandil. J. Collins.
Kournier. Three-base hit?I'ratt. Sac
rifice hit?McMullin. Double plays?
i'eekinpaugh, I'ratt and Fournler;
(iandil and Weaver. I.eft on bases?
?New York, l". Chicago. 3. Rase on
balls?off Sar.ders, i; off Keating. 1;
iff Shellenback, 2. lilts?olf Sanders,
t in 3 innings Uione cut in fourth.; off
Keating. 1 in "? innings. Struck out ?
by Shellenback, 1; by Sanders. 1; by
Keating. 2. Winning pitcher?Shellen
back. Losing pitcher?Sanders.
TIGERS DEFEAT RED SOX
(By Associated Press.]
r>KTRi'?lT. August 7.? Detroit won
from Boston, 11 to R. to-day, knocking
J. Hush out of tho box in two timing.'-',
and coupling hits with bases en balls
? ff Kinney. Nine bases 0:1 balls con
11-1t???! to the visitors' scoring. The
.To I,.or.
It 1. i .
Boston.
A.H. II. O. A P
1 1 (I 0
?: 2b.
Detroit.
24 10 1
A.H. II. O
4 3 2
f? 1 2
1 3
5 3
4 2
.1
. ir'
" I'.
Ih. 1
He
? ' h ra r. 1
niiiif.=
1 0 0 1
. . r, 1 0 1
ituns
M ? I an ir.
?it. II.
Ha r;
3$ 15 27
six t h
ninth.
9 2
R.
1 4 0 0 2? s
?1 0 0 3 >. ? 11
-Hooper, Shf.in,
Scott, Cochran
n <->. It. Jones. C ?t>b *4).
gg.f Harper. Young. Two
-f'ol'b, Ruth. Three-base
ush, Vi-ach (-). .Stolen b.tst-s
Jones. Sacrifice flies?
Hooper. SchanK. Mclnnls. Double piny
? Kuth and Mclnnls. Loft on bases?
Boston. *: Detroit, 7 First bnse on
errors?-Boston. 1. Bai.c on halls??>?f
O. Jenea, 1 ; off M'ill. J: olT llnuss. 1;
off J. Bush, 1: o'v Kinney, 3. llita?olt
J. Mush. l> in 2 innings; of' Portlcu, 3 in
:t liinltiKs; otT Kinney, a ir< 3 It.nit;;::1:
off C J ones. ii in f? I-a inn'r.Ks; of
II.ill. I in 1-3 Innlnfr: oil' Dattss, 3 In
3 1-3 innings S'.ruck out?by J. Hush.
2: by Pertira. 1; by C. Jones. 1; ?>"
Danss. 1. WMnnlnu pitcher?C. Jones.
LositiK pitcher?.1. Bush.
BROWNS COP BOTH
I By Annoria.mil Proas 1
ST. LOUIS. August 7.?St. Louis de
'catcd Philadelphia In two fast (.'.inics,
3 to 1, iin(I 4 to 0. The second game
?v.13 played In the wondcri'u/ly short
i:no <>f cine liour and six minuter.
St. Louis pot ton hits In the two
;antes and wasted only one of these,
each of I ho nic" hits heinjr u fact or in
tli'i sti-orlng*. Philadelphia on the oih*r
hand. cduTd not unnu^ri when hits
r?i??:>iit runs. Tho visitors not their
inly run of the day in the firt'-! giiiii*!
ivhi-ii they outliit the totals. ih:<> t<>
four. In this name cinht !?.?:??:? op
?alls off Johnson contributed to the
home team's victory. The scores.
Flit.ST OA Mi:.
I'll lludelJill In.
A.n. ii. o a i:
Ko'tp. If 4 2 2 " 1
\eostrt, rf 4 0 - " 0
Walker, cf 4 o 3 " "
liiinut, lb 4 2 S ft '
1 J.irdner. 3b 4 2 0 2 ?'
i'erkins. c 3 o 4 1 "
Ltykes, 2b 3 0 3 1 "
i >unan, ss .1 2 2 2 "
Johnson, p 3 o u - 0
Totals 32 S 2 1 S 1
St. I.out*.
A.B II. O A I".
Tohln. If a i * 'I "
Ma if-el. 3b 3 n ? - "
<isler. lb 4 1 0 "
ivmniltt. rf 3 i :: " ?
-mith. cf .? 1 l 1 1
< ledeon. 2b 2 o " 2
Austin, ss 4 o 2 '? "
N'unamakcr, c 1 " I u 2
Wright. p 0 0 " 1 ?
Totals 23 4 27 1')
Score bv innings:
Philadelphia o o ft I 0 o o 0 < '
?jt. Louis 0 o 2 ii n i o n
Summary: Buns? Burns. Sis'." .
Hvniniltl. Xunamaker. Two-lias?> !
?Kopp, Ducan. Stolen bans -Gardner.
Sacrifice hits?Smith, liodcon. \Vri:M.
Sacrifice fly?Perkins l>oublo n'a.vs
-*isler. Austin and Sislet*: I'm*, m i m t
Burns. Left on bases Fhilade "hi i. ?.
St. Louis. 7. liases on balls- <>fr .1 ? ?
son. X. Struck out?by Wright, 4 Wild
pitch?Johnson. Passed ball?Perkins.
SKrnvn "till.
Philadelphia.
A.P. IT. O A I*
Kopp. If 4 n 0 n 1
Acostn. rf 3 0 1 1 0
Walker, cf 3 1 1 1 a
Burns, lb. 4 1 11 1 n
(Sardner, 3b 3 l 0 0 1
McAvoy. c 3 n r> 4 ?
Dykes, 2b 2 0 0 2 e
Dutvan. ss 3 1 ii 7 0
Adams, p 3 0 0 3 "
Watson, p i.i 0 0 1 "
Totals 28 4 21 20 "
St. I.OIlln.
A.n H. O A K
Tohln. If 3 1 n (I o
Maisol. lb 2 n 1 ft r
Sisler. lb 4 2 12 1 1
Deoim'.tt. rf 3 1 0 o Q
Smith, cf. 3 0 2 0 0
t iedenn. 2b 3 1 5 3 0
Austin, ss 1 0 1 4 1
Severold, c 3 1 C. l 0
Leillcld, p 2 f> 0 2 0
Totals 21 C 27 16 1
Score by innings: It
Philadelphia onoonooo 0? n
St. Louis 1 OflOl 1 1 o x 1
Summary: Runs?Tohln. Sisier. ?ie
deon <2.. Three-base hit?Deinmitt.
Stolen base?'Tobin. Sacrifice hits?
Maisel <22: Austin. 1. Double plays?
Austin, fiOd^on and Sislvr, McAvoj*,
I mean and Burns. Left on bases?
Philadelphia. 4: SI. Louis, 2. First base
on errors?St. Lou is. 2 Base on balls
?off Adams. 3: off Leifleld. 3. Hits ?
SARATOGA RESULTS
Fir**! rare?nix furloncs?Out of tho Way.
11t ftobinnon>. 7 !?< 5. it 5. 1 to 3. lirst .
Porte Drnptuti. lis (Sojxion). F* to 2. 4 to 5
1 l<> 3, .??? cotlil' I." I nfirmer. 110 fKlinor). 30
in l. 10 to 1 ? to I. ihiril. Tim". 1.11 3-f>
Yiiii'-ha. Biscuit T?rti>nl. Har ' in* . Peasant.
:i*ii- h.n, Mr. Nod. Ilriclu Kni el. Sunny
l.nni1. Si.*>r Ili*n. It ii t>h*r 11. Wirx'ibl.
fcrsin ?>' Mine. Man of the Hour. Point to
Point also ran
S* otni ritre?two rrllcs?rMrt'?r. HI
fltow;, n). C In 1, I to 5. out. tlrst Sun Kins.
14.' (Allon). S to 5. 3 to 5. out. 'nil; Flr t
i mi . !:::? H!v, rs). 12 t? S. 7 i > it. ..-jt, thir.l.
Tim*? 4:"<5 4-3. Intblol II nlro ran
"Pl? i r. 1 raC" ? mile I'nn.iman. 11.1 (Si::ip
Knn), ???veil. " to .'i anil out. first; African
\rrou*. lilt IMerifl"r1. 7 u> 1. .' to 1. out.
s.(i'inl; Wyoniini:, I0<; (Smith). 1" to .5
!o .". and out. third. Time, 1:37 4-3. I'oor
l< s*: (in" a I.Ho ra n.
Fourth rnoo?kit furloncs?Star Hampton,
'. 1r. I Ambrose). 15 to l. f. to l. 5 to L*. t'-.Ht:
I'illily Kelly. K!3 (Slmptiojjt. ?vri>. 2 t" 5.
! ti/ ti. !sci r.n?l: Ulair (io.vrie, 112 (Con
?lolly). 1 & to 1. 5 to 1. 5 in 2. third. Ttm?.
I 12 1 - f.. llalustra-le. Sea Pirate. Ctius
?-nr i iver There. IP-tier* also rm
Fifth race?'mile?Peep Slslit. inr,
'S-l-.tu tine i. 13 to 1. f. lo i, 3 to 1. first:
!.?? Pinosaure. 105 '3 to lft. I .
10. 1 lo second: PeruKino, i!0 <Sitnt>s**ni.
to I. f. to 2 oven. Hurl T.ine. l
t'- iihampson. Chillun. AI- rt. ltey fial.xvouii.
ii .Matiair.e Ib-rrmann nls" r.in.
S:\*!i rai-c -five (urloni::- Hannibal, 123
' Knsor). 7 to 2. 7 to 7 to lft. tirnt . .lovful.
: 12 ll.yl'e). 7 to I. !. to 2. to :. sei -.n.l .
."mlc's I.nsBie. 112 i y. I'Ati.-'). 1:: i*> 3. i*v"n.
1 to 2. liiir.i. Time. lft". 1-5. P.riclit
l.ltrbis. Glnjfer. Flushing F>-auty. Cirrus.
(")ir;.*tie. Hollers. Itaii llir.i. Morman mder
.?1 ? ? ran
off Adamu. 5 tn 7 Innings; off Watson.
1 in I inning. Struck out?by Adamn.
l: bv Lelfiold, 6. I.jsing pitcher?
A i! k m s.
NATIONALS BEST INDIANS
| It/ V?tiorl:it< il press. |
CliF^VtlliA.Vf), August 7.-? J uil ge*!?
lattin-f was a big factor to-day in the
' . ?ji"i g.vrne of t}n< series, Washington ?
lefea tint: Cleveland, C to 2. Judge
Irove In three runs, nml scored one
himself. Shaw was a puzzle until tho
?linth. when with the bases full arnl j
ii.'.- run scored with only one out, he
wars relieved by Johnson. The score: ,
\\ ns Ii hi;i to II. j
All. II. O. A. K
-Ivitton, If I 2 1 ft 0 I
;--..s!<r. ::b 4 2 2 0 0,
.iuige. lb 6 1 8 I 0 ,
.lit hi, cf 5 1 3 1 a
? HI I to. r f fi 2 It 0 'if
-J-.tn lij. 2b 1 2 1 2 <?
.a van, ss I 0 2 f. I
in.sir.it h. e 4 1 <5 ft 0 j
ii iw. i? r. 1 0 o-o (?
? n ii
0
Totals :so u 27 u l
Cleveland.
A15. II. O. A. 13 ;
;r:uuy. If t 1 2 f? 0|
T I |l!ll.HI. KM t 1 2 2 ft'
? ikM. if 1 1 f. P (?
N.ti>, rf 2 ft ft ?? (?
,\ -oil. 2b "...4 1 2 4 I
' i. j. lift oil. lb 4 18ft'
iiniT, 3b 4 1 2 2 <
? .Will. C 4 1 ?; 2 J ?
I i I .11. 1 2 ft ft 0 ft
"nz: ami, p ft 0 ft ft
? I :.soher 1 0 ft ft 0
Totals 32 7 27 10 1
?ItaU?vl for Morton In eighth.
S.-ore by innings: TV
.ishington 1 ft n ft ft 1 3 ft 1
? v?-l:.nil 0 0 0 0 0 0 ft I 1 ?2 !
.-'uinin ? r.v: Huns -Shot'on st<-i !
i. .1 due. Schulte Speaker, ??"Nelll.
I . ? -base III''' Judg". Milan, Turner
? ? ? * an. Thr:?e-I ase bit:; Judge
\'"t,l. Stolen banes?A I r. s in I t h.
? 'itiMe. I.avail, Sbotton (2>. Double [
? i J1 and Chapman. I.eft <>?
:? ? Washington S; ?'!?? vela ml. fi
; on errors?Cleveland. 1 l!;scs on
alj; Shaw. 2; o(T Morion. 2 iiit..
o(T .Morton. II In 8 fnni ur: oft Rm- ;
inn ii, 3 in 1 inning; off .-?! aw, 7 li. j
1 Innings; ofl Johnson. i.ontj In T-'M
i.nin:;. Struil: out?by >h2: 1>v ,
.iiilmscn, 1. by Morton. ?!. Willi plteh
)? iw. Winning pitcher, Shaw, losing
?her, Morton
CHESTNUT PETER HAILED
AS CHAMPION FAST BOY
defeats Clrcnlrst Htvnl Hollyrond Itob
in Ciinniplon Slnltlon Stake nt
North Itnmlall.
Illy AxKOciated Preix ]
r*T.i:vI'liAXD. O., August 7.? Hy de
r?atiiur his greatest rival, Hollymod
!:?? 1?. in tiie rhamiiion stallion stake,
the feature of to-day's t;rand Circuit
? i' ! it North Kandail, Chestnut I'eter
gaii -I the distinction of being the
?hanijibn Mireo-ycar-old of th<- year
?h. stnu* I'eter wis glvn a battle rI?it
the wire. Uebinih hini. finished four
other I'eter th?- tlreat trotters
Tn" I'laindealer 2;<*7 trot went to
Wilkes I'.rewer, ifter on - of the most
stubbornly fought '?aces here this sea
son Of (ho twelve starters, nine won
tone part of the money in each heat.
Hast-r l.ou, winner of the 2;04 pace,
was the third favorite of the day to
reward his backers.
Four beats were necessary to decide
the winner of the 2:15 trot. Pick Watts
li ally capturing the event In the run
off.
2:1*. class trotting, purse, SI,000:
I?!? K Walts (Hoilney) 2 1 3 1
I'elpolla (Krskine) 1 2 ."> ?.
Kva itingen iMcMahon) .... 7 3 I 2
i:bony Tod. ?>rmonderose. Mary Ward
niaekbtirn. Watts. Torrey Maid, i.ord
Talbot. Minoile. J. W., also ran. Hest
time, 2:ft7 1-4.
I'lainilealer 2;ft7 trot, value, J3.000;
Wilkes Itrewer (Lou) 13 1
Mack Forbes (McHfivitt) .... 12 1 2
Blanche Carter (Stout) S 2 !?'
l.otto Watts, North Spur, Moss IV.
Hresria, Zomroct, Ksperanza. Ilacelli,
The Toddler and Uraml Chimes also
ran. Hest iltne, 2:03 1-4.
Champion Stallion Stake, throe-year
ol-l trotting, purse. J7..ri0ft:
Chestnut I'eter (Murphy) 1 l
I'cler Vonla (Cox) . 3 ;
1 Ioliyrood l!ob (iJodge) 2 5
Selka. I'eter June and Nella DIMon
also tan. Hest time, 2:u5 3-4.
2:01 class, pacing, purse J 1.000:
P.axter I^ou (Valentine) 1 1 3
I'eter O. (Snow) \ 2 1
Jay Mack tCox> 5 4 2
Hen All, Ilalboy also ran. I3ust time
2:02 3-4.
Try "Verra"
ON THAT
Old Panama
Verra Hat Works
211 North Klrnt Street.
Handoliitr Ollfl?It lehmond.
Petersburg Hruncli?Stall Ordtra.
What Is Rheumatism?
Why Suffer from It?
Sufferers Should Realize That
It Is a Bloo<l Infection and |
Can lie Permanently Re
lieved.
Hheumatism moans that tho blood !
has become saturated with uric acii5
poison.
It does not require medical advice to
know that ftood health is absolutely
dependent upon pure blood. When the
muscles and joints become sore and
drawn with rheumatism, it is not a
wise thing to take a little salve and
by rubbing it on the sore spot expect
to fret rid of your rheumatics. You
must ko deeper than that, clown deep
in:o the blood where the poison lurks
liiid which is not effected by salves and
ointments. It is important that you
lid yourself of this terrible disease be
fore it goes too far. S. S. S. is the
blood puriflcr that has stood the test
of time, having been in constant use
for more than fifty years. It will do
for you what it has done for thousands
of others, drive the rheumatic poisons
out of your blood, making it pure and
strong and enabling it to make you
well. S. S. S. is guaranteed purely J
vegetable, it will do the work and not ?
harm the most delicate stomach.
Write the physician of tills Com- i
pany and let him advise with you. Ad- :
vice is furnished without charge. Ad -
. dress S\? ii"t {-Specific Company, 43f> Swift j
, Laboratory, Atlanta. Ga.?Adv.
Here and There
With "Carlo"
Tlip Sonw: of llir* llrurli
The sum crei'iia <>n us every morn; a
blitlisome. smiling tliiciK- It MtIi:?i? UP
till our fao ami on our uii|iri>teti''il
iukt. It causes blisters large ami sore
to crop out on our nook?o, Sol a a
tummy atul a linnr?a beastly hound,
by horJcT One night our muscles all
are lame from head down to our heel,
and shortly afterwards our frame bo
Kins to aelit* and pool. Hut. when our
throbbing pains arc llown. our lamunta
t Iocs dune, we <lon our suits and lie
duwu prone again benoatlv the huh.
The suri'N tin* worst of sorry fakes, a
rtidlau sly and stealthy?but still wo
like it 'canno it makes us look so dog
gone healthy.
i,et'H all go to Sweden! Young
Olson, It was declared yesterday, would
bo considered handsome in that coun
try. < >!s"?i never ;idmi 11 i"J t' c ih 's
beaming and b.uk'Ious physiognomy re
sembled oven remotely tins wood cuts
of Adonis, nor is It known that any
one eiso did.
Thorn banc some hope for oon all
Lot's co to Sweden!
Hut Olson can wrestle?gr?*ai Runs.
how he can wrestle! lie is slated t?.
meet i{eke Smith on the mat of the
Ontral Athletic School on Tuesday and
proaiiaos further to give the Itichmond
mat fans one of the best < xhltiltlnnn
of the "catch a.t catch es>n" art they
hav?' < ver seen. Sicke has boon work
ing hart! <???' rjf, night ;-.t the school In
ord? :? that ho ml;;h' isive she doughtv
Swiilc one of the warmest receptions
he lias ever had anywhere.
Kv ry mat fan is looking forward to
tlie out<"u.'no with thu greatest of in
terest.
We're glad to see "Tom" Miller back
on the hvritton again. lie r>-tur..ed from
I 'raves v 111 o yesterday with the Inten
tion of casting his lot with the "Devil
i><>jt Airmen."
If "Tern" can only aim his gun at
?winy air crafts with the same old
accuracy as lie h is displayed in guidl; x
his bat in the tlireetion of the cut vinj;
sphere, then?good eight, 11 'iimiv.i!
ftiyfi "Pete" Carney, of the National
?yiier's Syndicate, in summing tip the
??Worts of the trapshoot rig clubs of
'he ('tilled State* to do their bit:
"Helping the government provi-i.:ito tin
war against the Hun and g i v: g addi
th rial aitl and comfort to th?* boys "over
iher-" arc tlie things that lr;t?.-eM
!rapshooting clubs most .i ist now
Hundred.** of clubs are weoliiy staging
niioots and turning over th ? re. cip(s
to various war cnuritlcs. The cjiii
Mned total contributed weekly makes
s. neat sum.
The West Knd Gun Club of Kleh
niond. Vtt., staged something new re
ertly in a 'tobacco shoot.' The pro
? ? roils were used to purchase and send
otiacco to absent members. The.
Woman's War Kelief Association of tin
i'ennsylvanla Kallrial Company man
?ir ?*'l a trapshnotlng tournament i:i
Wilmington, In!, recently and colleet
?d over 51This money was used to
?lurchase material for war supplies
Harry T.orenson, of Newman. Oal., is
now the leader in the t. anshootlng av
? r.'!??,? h In the list, Just Issued by the
Interstate Trap-shooting Assoc'ation ?
the national organization?the Call
COMFORT SnOFS for
elderly folks?always at
Dabney's.
Fifth and Ilroud.
fornlan hc?n an uvctaco of .3712. Two
l?role? ?lonal* ar? hotter than 97 i>cr
. ? nl; llomer Clii .'If, of Alton, Ohio, and
K I.. Mltehell. of l.?os Antiolea. <*al. \f)(_
only dop:i l.orennon lc.nl hi his jivt
iHjfti. Init 1jim hU;h run of 315 la .
bc.sl of ?)??? year.
Here ii tlr* official I 'at of average*
I of tin- Icadt'ig twonly-flve amutcurH and
1 professionals who huvo shot ni 1.25o
lut'fc.'tH or more In the past year:
Name and KildrcnN. p (?
i/orfii?on. II., N'twniaii, Cal 97r?
l.rown, A., hu.iecu I'alln, >?. V.. ,0
rroeh, Kra )k M., Vancouver,
Wash or, 7 r
Taylor, II. '! . V'fcrmtlllon, S. I>... it
l'i- Mmol, 11 1'., I'hoi-nix, Ails.. .!>?; 10
Arle, Mark M. I', Thoimifiboro,
, HI V.2f,
Ford. N'., yan .lose, Cal 3sio
I'dWl'l?, (' M . I?f;Ctlllir, 111 V.'I.;
I'M.di. tlocryi' N , l?yode:iv lilt*. N \. .Wii
I'tiri maun, iI.. Lih AiiijiiIc.:,
("al. I'.VjI
Maytag. !?? It., Newton, la
Tomlin, i-'. S. I'iotiiHjtrove. N. J..
' >' I'.1 ir 1 ?, I' II Hilt t ? . M'<11t ' 7.)
Wright. I'' S.. HufTul't. N. Y '.' ."1
. ."e.vromb, ("has. II, Philadelphia,
I "a ....
.1 'I'., I.os i.'al.. '
11err. W. II., ?2ut? ri?. OKI;. ,"j
? ,:i !?( . H. S.. J .Ml.- I'.ills, X I . . . .,7
?: l.li.ii ds. I... 1.1 vi 11 cs' on. Wis..
Uovh.ston, W. I.eeshurff, Kl:i . ?-.,1,7
MeNeir. I-'or.-rtt Houston, r-x. !<: f..;
Chczlk, A. K., l'orUl, N. D
Curtis. I... I1'., N'c-.vton Highlands,
Ma:)S OTiOS
M?-lltJ.s. K. II . I.oh Angolos. Cal.. .!i?.04
White, J. 1'., JiehaHor, Jowa 'Jlj\
Virginia In to I. ivo tit leant one r.-p
rejse'itatlve in the 'Jrand Amerj ??in
11 ? nd i.-ap, v. 1?1" h t tails to-d.iy,
\ i..' 1. Is tlx* f.-atnr. event "f tip- On-, mi
"? 11 cri.Mii T.?.??() dio it irnf Tournaini-.it.
v.'lili }i i.ejjan on tin llfth of thi.i motr.li
Th" shooter from the Old Dominion !?;
the well-known chump it the .State, It
A Hall, of j" shervilli*.
,
? ? ? ? ?
Used Cars?
A Gamble or?a
SURE THING
We have departed from the
ordinary way of selling a
used car "as is." Instead
of letting you oinploy an
esp^rt to see that you get
a good car, we have tee
expert to go over every car
here. it's KIGHT HB
FORE YOU CAN iiUV IT
?and we wouldn't oiler it
to you unless it WAS
HI CI IT. Ileal bargains
here.
Just "Ask Mr. Lucas"
Lininger-Alsop Co., Inc.
tard Cur IJrpt.. m'-l W. Ilrnai],
The LIGHT - SIX
In appcarance the New Scries 19
Studebaker LIGIiT-SIX is one of
the handsomest cars on the market.
Body lines are conservative and in
ftood taste ? femh rs, radiator, tilt
ing windshield, and the arrangement
in detail of the seats all blend har
moniously and symmetrically.
Its light weight, low gasoline con
sumption and splendid quality make
it one of the most economical cars
to own and operate.
COBURN MOTOR SALES CORP.
liil 7-?West Krone! St rent
THE NEW SERIES 19 STUDEBAKER CARS
Beautiful ,'n n< tign
Thorough};: J^'lodcrn
J*lechanjcal1y Right
bJU
7 A.Tusun?jtrnrace.ttun?n
SHE
v/AS
&ECAUSE *
WOKE HU1R OP
? THERE
C HA.r< c r
^CAK,r, (
TCmi<,hT fc,jT
^0?* L^< K V,
J/SMES t0 a
ir i kin cc, ?
SHE *bAiD rjo ?
MN CXjT SHE
WAS AN<;^VSlR?
JO ST a^k HER
HtCEL'X - AM' LET
ME kt-aow what
SHE ?5ATfi
WHAT't)
She
AOOUT ?
INGiN'G UP FATHER it op*riptit x91S International Seira Si:rvt<?? ? "By George McManus |

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