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LongToniEughesOutpitches LongToniEughesOutpitchesBttbe LongTolllH nghes Ontpitcbes OntpitcbesRube
Rube WaddelL WaddelLEmma vVaddelLTDrmLY WacidelLTIMELY
Nationals Show Real Form at nat Bntby natbT Batb
by b Walloping Wnll01lngthe the Ball When Men MenAre JlenAre MenAre
Are Within Scoring Distance DlstanceDan DlstanceDann Dan Danny ¬
ny n Hoffman Makes Inke Great Running RunningCatch RUnningCatch
Catch and n d Starts Double Double Play PlayA PlaTA
A complete c lete reversal riveral in faatttrtg b batt ttt ig form formover formover formov
over ov the daj d previous pravou together with Tom TernHughee TomHughes
Hughes Hugh masterful pitching enabled the theNationals theNationals theNationals
Nationals to shut out St St Louis in a awellplayed aweUJJI7ed awelipyed
wellplayed and highly Interesting game gameyesterday gameyeaterday
yesterday by 4 to toOn 4 4On
On Wednesday Wedne day the Nationals repeatedly repeatedlygot repeatedlygot
got men on the bases bo4 and had excellent excellentopportunities eellent eellentopportunltlos
opportunities to soora SiOre but the hits were wereso wereso
so few and far between that only one onerun onerUll
run was s scored Y Yesterday aterdy the tl case was wasdifferent wasdUrar
different dUrar l1t for in threa thre innings In tngs when men menwere men menwere
were within scoring distance timely wal wallops wallops ¬
lops chastod enough rui8 ruqs across the plate pkUeto plateto
to give Washington the advantage at atevery atevery
every stage stageTom tage tageTom
Tom Hughes was in grand form and andit andIt
it is na exaggeration a rUen to say y that he hepitched hepitched
pitched his best game of the season seasonHis sensonIDs
His contra was ahnoft t perfect and in inthe Inthe Inthe
the first seven innings Jnnlft the Browns Brownescratched Brownsscratchld
scratched together only three scattered scatteredsingles scatteredsingles scatteredsingles
singles During this period not a visitor visitorwalked visitorwalked
walked walkedIn walkedIn
In the ninth the ton JGngteJlol long fellow made the
1800 fang sit up and takenotice by allow allowing allowIng ¬
ing St Louis to flit the th basos bu s with only onlyone onlyone
one out and Ferris and Tom Jones two twowicked twowicked
wicked pinch hitters coming up It was wascurrency wascurr
currency curr 1 to cough drops that the Browns Brownswould Brownswould
would get at least oaat one man home but butHughes butHugbee
Hughes then performed his best b stteat feat eat of ofthe orthe ofthe
the day by fanning Ferris and a d forcing forcingJones forcingJones forcingJonno
Jones to go out on an easy grounder grounderleaving grounderleaving undr undrleavinr
leaving the Browns scoreless with three threemen tbreemen
men on the bags bagsSJVallcl bagsnV bageWaldclIM
SJVallcl nV WaldclIM lell ells Carves Solved SolvedRufci SohcdRui SolvedRubs
Rubs Rui i Waddeli who has long been cen cenaldered cusldeut1
aldered a hoodoo for Washington opposed opposedHughes opPOMdHuhes
Hughes and while be was u quite a puxzle puxzleat puwzteat
at times he got His bumps when hits hitsmeant hItsmeant h1t
meant runs The eccentric eeeentric twirler gave gaveonly pveonl
only onl two baaes on bails but this pair pairof Dlror
of passes wore turned into runs by good goodclean gooddeJ goodcleait
clean hits A single a triple and nd the thesqueeze thesqueeze
squeeze play gave the Nationals thalr thalrother thilrother
other tallies talliesEach talliesEuh
Each team was charged with an error errorbut errorbut errorbut
but th thA fielding ft Jdinar was generally clean with withtwo withtwo wlthtwo
two particularly brflHant br Haat plays In the thesixth thesixth
sixth inning Danny Hoffman risked Hfe Hfeand Ht8Sind flf I Iand
and limb by running almost against the thebleacher tb tbbleacher
bleacher fence and making a a circus catch catchof catchof I
of a drive from McBride and vs u s every everyone ever everone r
one thought that it would be impossible impossiblefor ImJOlllblfor
for Hoffman to reach the ball Freeman Freemanstarted Freemanstarted I
started with the crack of the bat and was waseasily WUeuUy wa
easily thrown out before befor he co COlIN COlINback M get getback g I Iback
back to first base baseMcBrWe oo ooMcBrtde
McBride bro brought t the crowd to Its feet feetin feetin fee feein
in the eighth by leaping into the air and andstabbing an48tabDtng I Istabbing
stabbing a Hner with one hand handAa haadAR
Aa interesting lntere tlng feature of the game was wasthe wasthe wajthe
the manner in which Ollle 0111 Pickering com completely completely cornpletely ¬
pletely overshadowed Charley Chari Jones In Infielding Infielding Ii I Ifielding
fielding neither man had much to do Twit Twitat Ntat bu t
at tt th the bat there was nothing to it but butPickering lxi t i
Pickering The exBrawn ex Br6 faced the thepitcher thepitcher tb 0
pitcher few times With two down in inthe Int Ii I Ithe
the t he first he singled and advanced Dele
hanty to second second from which point Del Delscored Delored De Deeored
scored ored on Streets hit In the third with withtwo wtthtwo witi wititwo
two down a slashing single by Pickering Pickeringsent Pickeringsent
sent pnt Milan home from second and in the thesixth th thsixth e
sixth the l man whom Washington W sblngton got for to r
Jone was safe when Williams fumbled fttmbleda a
a liner while in his last time up he beat beatout beatout bee t
out a s pretty bunt and then scored on onStreets G ft
Streets triple tripleJones triPleJOJlCIi tzip4eJoiie
Jones Fnlla Fnh1 to lilt HitThe liltThe liltrho
The first time up tp Jones Jon filed to left leftthe leftthe L Lthe
the second time with two on the bases baseslie baseshe I
lie e went W ftt out on an inneld chance cbau and the theother theother th 0 0other
other two times up he fanned fannedWith tannedWith
With two out in In the first first Detohanty Detohantywalked Delehantywalked I Iwalked
walked got to IeCOnd on Pickering Pickeringssafety PIokedngssarety S
safety and counted on Streets double doublein doublein 0 0n
in n the third Milan walked and stole an ancounted and andcounted d dcounted <
counted on Pickerings single to left leftHoffmans leftHortmans leftHoffmans
Hoffmans great gr ft catch killed Washing Washlngon8 ¬
tons 1On on8 chance of scoring In the sixth but butn lx it itn
n the eighth two more runs were added
With Delehanty retired Pickering beat beatiut beatut bei i iiut
iut ut a bunt along the th thirdbase
line and andCompleted andompleted an ii iiompletod
Completed the route xm on Streets triple to I o
the he clubhouse elubnoUBe Street crossing the plate platei plal e emoment
i moment In later on the squeeze play pta V
Freeman n bunting toward second
The Browns best bestcbance chance developed in
the nlntn nln h Charley Jones Jo onea es struck out but hi It
Stone and nd Williams laced out singles singlesand singlesand slngI m mand
and Wallace walked filling the bases It
was then t en that Hughes
them themacross themacrOli8 tha In Inacross
across acrOli8 the rubber In such shape that Fer Ferris Fe r r1s ¬
ris 1s fanned out
Tom Jones ww wa easy ea F3
for Deiehanty and Freeman FreemanThe Fre9 FreemenThe 18IJ 18IJThc
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Janley If 4 0 0 4 I 0
f eehanty > 2b b 2 L 1 i 0 1 i 1
Pickering rf 4 1 3 1 0 0
Street c 4 1 S 6 1 a
Freeman Ib 3 0 1 10 00 0 0
McBrIde BS 4 0 0 4 30
Shlpke 3b 30 S cD II 2 0 0
Hughes tiugh p a U 01 01Totals 0 1 4 0 0TotaJs 0Totals
Totals Ie 0 4 B r 16 1 1ST 1ST
Hoffman rf 4 0 0 1 0
C Jones cr 4 4 0 0 4 0 g
Stone Stonelf It 4 0 2 1 0 0
Williams b 4 0 1 0 i 1
Wallace Wallace 58 II 0 1 0 1 0
Ferris 3b 4 I f 0 3 0
T Jones lb 4 0 0 11 6 g
Sponcero pencer o 3 1 2 0
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Totals K KWashington 3 0 tc 4I2 12 1 1Washington 1Washington
Washington 1910080S 1 1 0 0 0 x xl I
St StLsFs Louts t 0 ooaoiooo ooaoioooarned 0 C 6 I 0 0 0fl 0flEarned OGEarned
Earned arned runs runsWashlnton Washington 2 First base b
by errors QtTOrsWubtngtOn Washington 1 St Louis L
Left o Oft basea bu 8Waablngton Washington 6 St Louis Lout Is
i First base on balls baUsOft Off Hughes 1 off C itt
Waddell 1 2 Struck out outBy By Hughes 5
by Waddell 7 Threebase hltsShlpke e
Street Twobase hit hitStreet Street Sacrifice Sacrifi cc
hSts hl hitsFreeman Freeman Hughes Waddell Stolen Stoli
base bueYUan Milan Double play playHottman Hoffman to
T Jones Wild pltchWaddell Umpire Umpi
Mr Sheridan Time e of ganw game1 1D61 l heur heurand heurand he ur urand r
and 40 minutes minutesSnUallUro minutesSallabur v vSalUlrary
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have b bean Gn made mad for a series seres of profes professional prof rofes rofessIona1 ts tsatonal i ¬
atonal races under ufl1e tha theauspises auspices of th thYadkln the theYadkJn t he heYadkln
Yadkln Valley Fair As Aeocfs1lon oefation ailori at Salis Salisbury Salisbury Sal Is Isbury ¬
bury June JunaIS 16 A nurrtb number r of th the fastest ieathors ftct fastesthorses tat tathors it
horses hors In the South have been entered enteredOalpepcr entendOulIumer enteredOulpeper
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Culpeper y Vi JU May 14 I4A A w WtIlI Hoant tMt tMtcd ot otod t ted
ed gam of baHballwas baseball was pj played y d On the theCalpeper UteC1IIpt lieCulpeper e
Calpeper C1IIpt > plr diamond this afternoon baiwwm baiwwmthe bai en n
the theCulpeperaad Culpwer and LocwSUW teams the thegame th8game he hegame e
game going to to the > Culpeper boys by a aCOT acore acoreofSto1
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New ew York 3 3J Cleveland 1 1DetroitBoston 1DetroltDoston 1DctroltBotOfl
DetroitBoston Caln CalnTODAYS rain rainTO rainTODAYS
St Louis LiJuts at Washington WashingtonCleveland WashingtonCleveland VlUIl1Ingtonoi
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Detroit Detroit at Boston BostonChicago DostonOhIcngo
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New e w Yorks Bat at Thiclman Out of the theBox tbeBox
Box in First Inning InningNew InningNew
New York May 14 HTho Tho NOW yorks Yortabatted yorksbatted
batted ba tted Thlelman out of the box in the thefirst thefirst
first fir st inning today when they made madeenough p8deenough tnadeough
enough en ough runs to win Choebro pitched pitchedgood pitchodgood
good go od ball but his support support wns ahs s ragged raggedat raggedat
at times Chase however made some somesensational somesensational
sensational s fielding plays that shut oft oftruns ortruns
runs ru ns Attendance 5001 Score ScoreGjertkad SeoreOIeTtlaltd
Gjertkad O ISTCIOS4 RHOAE1 R 11 0 C A E New ev York RHOAB RHOABL RHO it H 0 A
J Clarke If 0 S 2 0 0 Na fies lb 0 1 2 2lb 0 0ndtlb1o500
= Sto ndtlb1o500 lb 1 I 8 0 0 if Kee1rf rf 1 10300 10300oie 3 0 0lb
LsJ oie lb L 00131 0 0 1 3 1 IIcmllhl1l af e 1 1 1 0 0
X NCterte Marb c 0 0 2 2 0 CiuY lb 1 211 2 0 0HM 0eikc
Ifefflte I Ee Eeflk eikc M o 0 00530 0 0 5 3 0 Stahl StahIlf0O201 HM If 00201 0 0 Z 0 1
n81MlDlef flk fewgb t5ban1cf mcf 01100 0 1 1 0 0 Cpnrer 3b 01020 0 1 0 2 0 0nohmans
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NOTrYork Ne icYork 3 30000000x3 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 X3 X3Lrit x3Left
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Daobte fl Ie phkjsCiMw to Ball Kteiaow U to > Chafe chae te teNQtt 0I
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Two T wo of These by the Athletics Carry CarryOff Carr CarrOft
Off Victory VictoryPhiladelphia 1lctoryPhiladelphia
Philadelphia May 14 14A A double by Jim Jimmy Jimmy
my m y Celling a sacrifice by H Davis and anda andIl
a A fumble by Parent pt of Murphys hard hardbounder hardbounder hardounder
bounder b gave the locals a victory over overChicago overChlcap overhicago
Chicago C hicago today and as the score aoor reveals revealsboth revealsboth revoeleoth
both b oth pitchers did great work Attendance Attendance4tS
4tS 4 iOt Score ScoreChfc
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BAN JOHNSON IS HERE HEBEPresident HEREPresident HEREresident
President P of American AmerIcnnlcngue League Kink Kinkliigr Maklug ial iallug
lug Trip Around the Circuit CircuitBan CircuitDan
Ban Johnson John on president of the American AmericanLeague Amer1eanLeague Americaleague
League L eague who is making a AlItng flying trip triparound triparound tilt p
around a the circuit circuit reached Washington Washingtonyesterday Wublngtonye Ft pFt
yesterday yesterdayI ye y terday
I am simply going the rounds r to die discuss dlseuM ¬
cuss en several matters with the different differentmagnates dllterentmagnataOf I Imagnates
magnates magnataOf said the league official at tne tneNew thoNev tb C
New Wlliard last night And I flnd flndeverything ftnderything Sip Sipverything
everything e in good shape The majority majorityof
of o f the clubs have been so evenly eveal matched matchedin O
in I n past years that we have had sono SOIS In Interesting Interettlng ¬
teresting t races races but unless un I miss iny inyguess i l lgueti8 iuess
guess g uess the fight ftcht for the pennant this tht8Hn sea season seeon ¬
son on will be the greatest ever everThe everThe everThe
The clubs that were weakest e ke t last year yearhave 7tarhave yea r rhave
have been strengthened and the league leaguelooks IMguelooks Jeagu C Cooks
looks l ao well balanced that it is impossi impossible Im Imble I Ible ¬
ble to pick the winner Detroit can be bedepended IHtdepended h 4 4depended
depended upon to improve on the show showing sbo sboIng sheaug ¬
ing l ug made thus far and I think Washing Washington Wuhln Wuhlnton N Nton ¬
ton will cut a bigger blgS figure in the th6raee th6raeethan race racethan mc n nhn
than t hn ever before beforeSENATOES beforeOf beforeOfSENATORS beforeSENATORS
Capitol Employes Score Victory Icto y Over OverStrong OerStrong Ove r rStrong
Strong Rosebuds Ro ebuls by b 7 to 3 3The 3The 3The
The Senators an aggregation composed composedof cornpoe id idof
of employes of the north end of the Cap Capitol CapItol CatIto ¬
itol representing the United States Sen Senate Senate 0 ¬
ate ate Inaugurated their season yesterday yesterdayon yosterda yosterdaOn 3
on the White Lot by defeating the strong strongRosebud strongRosebud stron ig igRosebud
Rosebud team by 7 to 3 3Heavy 3 3Heavy 3Heavy
Heavy hitting In the first inning by the thelawmakers thel8wmakers ti to tolawmakers
lawmakers driving in five runs practl practlcally praeticall 1 1cally
cally call decided the contest contestJacobeens contestJacobsens t tJacobsens
Jacobsens catching and Nelsons fast fastwork futwork fa fawork
work around the second station were werethe w wei weithe le lethe
the features of the game Score ScoreS ScoreStIlte ScoreSosate
S StIlte nate RHOAEI RHO A E R RUHtMtds is It ElbA H 0 A B
M JaUa ltee Sb 1102 1 1 0 2 0 I J Jang b o b 0 1 lIe 1 8 t tc j
JIIrIAt hufefct d5htU11O00 If 11000 1 1 0 0 Grafe G Grnbt c 0 0021 5 S 1 8
bluest Ib 1 111 1 11 3 0 Gwblerf Grabte rf 81108 t 0 1 0
hlacolwen JuoIIeeD Jscoboeuc12120 c 1 2 1 2 0 I Slmaoiw S1iaoes aow ss 0 1 i s 5 1 1ef irST
F8BCOII Feotoae11100 ef 11000 1 1 Dadc3j atit rST 08110 1 1 S
KdaoQSb NeIIo 11300 1 11 1 3 0 0 0 OJIIe d B cf 11002 1 1 0 0
JohaKHi Josose01CC0DareIb at 1 01880 0 1 ikre Dire Ib 11708 1 11TO 11TOrf 1 1
Halcoy n rf 11010 11 110 0 1 10 0 Newman If 18108 1 1010 1 C
B Bwrt r p 01810 1 1 Lewfc Lewkp p 00030 00030T 0 0003 0003TotalsIii 0 S 0 0TW
T TW talBjv lii f 1815 i 9 6 I TotaU TotalsIii 34iiii5 34iiii5Ste 3 4K1 S SSenate 9Senate
Senate 5 50011 8 0 1 1r 4
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Twba TwebaiehttrJaeobieR Two bace MtrJacobsot Stolen Stel n bases basarNeIo Netew FaJ FaJtoa Veit V Vtee
tee t Ogden Double D uJIe lnJ itJaysJohsMo ila7sTobs M1 raz to Nattee to to1etctJL 1
Meted Hit by r ptdttrll < U By B IlufDle Demo m 1 L TOW WIWwms ptteh pttehUHTDS I IBema
Bema wms Umpire UI1IJJir1r Cini roMr Mr Richardson RichardsonEICHMOND RichardsonRICHMOND RichardsonRICHMOND
Norfolk Finds Sparks an Easy Mark MarkWlille 31nrkJ 31nrkJV1I1e Mar k kWhile
While Fox Is Effective EffectireSpecial Effective13pedal Effectiveped1
Special ped1 to The Washington Herald HeraldRichmond HeraldRichmond HeraldRichmond
Richmond Va May 14 HSPflrks Sparks was wasan wasan w as asan s
an easy mark for the visiting Norfolk Norfolknine Norfolknine Norfe ilk ilknine k
nine nine here this afternoon and the latter latterwon laUerwon latt er erwon
won a prettily played contest by 8 to toFox toFox 2 2Fox
Fox was effective at all times and pitched pitchedsuperb pitchedsuperb pitch ei eisuperb
superb ball Smiths stick work for the thevisitors thevilltors t he hevIWrs
visitors was the feature Score
meteMOd 200000000S 2 0 0 00 0 0 H 62 6 61erttIIIrh I 2
Korto 1erttIIIrh r 0 0000500305111 0000500305111Battiriaft 0 0 0 5 0 0 3 8 U 1 1IkUIrieeSparks Iand
Battiriaft IkUIrieeSparks Sparks and Cwan C an Fox and Smith SmUhLynchbur smUllLnchburg SmithLynchbnrg
Lynchbur 8 Ronnoke RonnokeJ RonnokeJSed811e 7 7SgecMt
Speetei Sed811e to 3 TM WaekiDgta < a blnetM Herald HeraldRoanoke HeraldRo 1 1Roenoke
Roanoke Ro noke Va May 14 ltRoanokes Roanokes rag ragged ragged ra g gged ¬
ged playing at all stage of the game gameand gjmeud gor no noand
and a good GOd roasting of the locals by the UleumPire t Ito Itoumtire
umpire caused ea d the Highlanders Htghl ndcrs to lose losethe o a athe A
the first of the theserfes series to Lynchburg Lynchbui g
Roanoke redeemed herself to an a extent extentIn extentIn exte tnt tnthi
In the last Inning when wh two tw men crossed crossedthe crossedthe cross ed edthe
the home plate Score
R n nH H E B 5
tpROke B nako 3 0 19 0 1 0 0 3l i U 5
Lt1 aq hu 2 2 3 e G 13 9 4 tBaUertel 4lettedNSteehser
BaUertel lettedNSteehser and Hasadalte Westtelw Westtelwj Wal aI il
I lace 300 sad Stewart Stemrtpnn111c Stewartflanville
j Danville pnn111c C Portsmouth IJortllmuuth4 IJortllmuuth4Sp Portstmuntlz4Spielel 4
SpMtel l t to The Vaabtegtna Herald Herald HeraldNorotkt JisrakiNoro1k t
Norfolk Noro1k Va May
HCostt errors arrore on onthe 0ntie
the part of Portsmouth lost the th home hometeam hoi me mem
team m the first game In the series s ril ith
Danville at t Portsmouth today It I v was as ra raragged a aragged aragged
ragged exhibition all around and th the I h
Truckers played wfld whenever the theop op p ¬
portunity afforded The game was also alsocharacterized alsocharacterized a iso isocharacterized
characterized vigorously by kicking on
Umpire Wegtvoifs decisions by the th Ports Portsmouth Portsmouth Par Parmouth ¬
mouth aggregation aggrOi > tlon Score
Daartlte 20882082 2 0 8 2 0 U 2
Perth 804 0 90400900048 0 4 SO 00004 too 4 S SDitMrIeI i iBatteriea IBatteijee
Batteriea Danville Loot LoeIStlfner 14i0 Steiner and and Blah BlahfIUUJ Ito
Pitottnjftuth fIUUJ CaiaWy C Cidd ltW1 and Bttraa Umpire Umr Mr
B Bandits alld aucUt t Split Doubleheader Doubleheaderwith Doubleheaderwith Doub1eheaderwith
with Wilmington WilmingtonntWIN WilmingtonWIN
Hilley Hi lley from Villnnova College CollegeItiakcs Collegel CollegeMakes
Makes l ukes Favorable Favor bJe Impression In Ills IllsInitial 11111Inltlnl Illsnitial
Initial I nitial Appearance with Locals LocalsLongstreet LocaJsLongiltreet Localsongatreet
Longstreet L Knocked uocked Out of Box In InSecond inSecond inecon4
Second S Inning of Opening Game GnmeI I ISpecial
s Special t to The Wai Wlthtten ct j braid HnaldWilmington HmldWilmington braidWilmington
Wilmington Del May 14 HTho The Wash WashIng WashIng Washg
Ing in g and Wilmington Union League Lea e teams teamsbroke teamsbroke teamsoke
broke br oke even In a double double header this after afternoon afternoon afteron ¬
noon no on and an the Bandits and tlvj th locals are arestill arestm areill
still st ill tied for first place placeAs plneeAs placeAs
As a result r o the fight between the two twoteams twotOlms twoems
teams te ems for first place there was a large largecrowd largecrowd largeowd
crowd cr owd out to see the games and al although although atough ¬
though th ough they were onesided scores scores they theywere theywere theyere
were w ere interesting for tho fans as a both bothcontests bothcont bothntests
cont co contests ntests lts were ropleto with hard hitting hittingand hittingand hittingd
and an d clever fielding fieldingWilmington fielding1Umlngton fieldingWilmington
Wilmington won the first game by the thescore theseore theore
score sc ore of i to 1 1 and the Bandits took the thesecond the5cOBd theeond
second eb eond which was called at the end of ofthe ofthe ofe
t the th e eighth on account aC Ount of darkness by by7t03 byto
7 7t03 7t03Longstreot to 3 3Longstreet 3L
Longstreet L ngstreet started in to pitch for forIrwins tarIrvlns forwins
Irwins Ir wins aggregation 8 > gregatJon In the first game gamebut gamebut gameut
but b ut the locale local found his benders to their theirliking theirUklng theirking
liking li king and drove him to the tall tim timjber tlmbor timar
jber bor b ar In the second Inning after he had hadbaen hadbien haden
baen be en touched up for four lifts which whichnetted whichn whichetted
netted n n etted tt6d two runs Hiliay a new pitcher pitcherrelieved pltoherreUnd pttohetlieved
relieved re lieved him in the third and pitched a afairly afalrl airly
fairly falrl fa irly good game gam The new man comes comesfrom comesfrom comeseon
from fr eon Vliianova College tie te joined the theclub theclub theub
club cl ub te today ay He looks to have the goods goodsbut goodsbut goodsut
but b ut was a a little wild Buasey held Wash WashIngton Washgton j
ington ln gton safe except In the second Inning Inningwhan Inningwhon inninghen
whan w hen a hit by Atherton bounded over the thefonce thefonee thonce
fonce fo nce and Charley made the circuit circuitThe circuitThe circuitThe
The second game was just the reverse reverseof rovorseof reversef
of o f the first flrt Speer was hit oftener oftenerthan oftenerthan ofteneran
than th an MeCreifht MeCret bt but kept the hits well wellcattered wellIe8ttered
cattered s Washington made its runs by byerd
hard h erd hitting In th the seventh with two twoon tWQon twon
on o n bases bL Shaughnassy hit the ball over overThe overthe overe
the th e fence
The Scores ScoreFIRST ScoresFmST ScoresFIRST
Zdlera Z Jb 1 1 3 of 0
Brown B rownTh Ib 1 1 1 2 1 i
Smith Sn ith tb cf cfHoover 1 0 0 c
Hoover H oover rf i t 1 0 0earfoe5 0
Zearfoes Zearto earfoe5 a Ib 0 1 14 1 0 C Cownsend
Towns TonHnd T ownsend nd If 8 2 i 0 I I Iohnsones
Johnson ohnsones ae i 0 s I 0 C CcCaullsy
McCaaiiay M IcCauJ c l II i 3 1 I
Buasey ussey 3 0 1 14 1 4 o oTotals 0Totals C Crt
Totals TotalsWASHINGTON rt i i f ST i iW II 1 1R L
Gilbert G cf cfConner 0 2 4 0 f 0 C I
Conner Conoers onglb Ib IbLynch 0 0 2 1 I I
Lynch L nch tb tbBurke a a 1 o 0 i iurkee
Burke B urkee c cShaiighittMr 0 Ii 1 I
ShaiighittMr Sba S If IfMcDermotL 0 1 1 0 1 1eD 1 1cDermott
McDermotL M eD rmott It ItAtherton 0 I 1 4 I
Atherton A b Th lb IbZaatMlli IS 1 S I 0 1 1 1nnelHs
ZaatMlli Z nnelHs 86 86Kaufman S a 1 1 1 1aumanrf
Kaufman aumanrf rf rfLongatreet a 0 2 0 0 I Iongatreetp
Longatreet L ongatreetp p I 0 0 1 I I
HUley H uhley p 0 e 1 2 0 0Totals I I
Totals 1 7 3f If l 3 3Wilmington 3Wllml
Wllml Wilmington Umlngton on 181 1 J 1 1 0109 0 0 0 0 xi I
Washington t tIt 1 iooooooe 9 0 0 8 0 0 fr1 fr1Earned 1 1Eamed L
Earned runtrWllaiiagUin Wlbnlngton S Washing Washington Washingon Washlngton ¬
ton ton t on s Fin First ba MUle e on ballsOn Bussty Buss 4 4Off 4HI1Iy
Off 0 < Hilley 4 Struck out outBy By BUSSQ Bus Buszoy I Xfcy Iby
fcy b y H1H HUJQ L 5 5 Home rurt nuAt1iortDn Atftarton Two Twobase TwobtIse Twoere
base h ere hltsBtise hltaD H Y Y McDermott Stolen Stolenbae 5t01 5t01bu St lsi
bae bu b asesSmith Smith S J Jehnaon bnsen Gllbart Um Umpire UmplreMr UrnlreMr ¬
pire plreMr p lreMr Mr Latham LathamSBCOND LathII1Sm
Zellen Z eliers2b lb 1 1 1Drown 4 S i iS
Drown Brown3b Q a s 6 S
Smith mith ct I 1 2 0 0Hoover
Hoover Hooyerrf rC 1 1 1eartoeslb 0 I
Zearto Z eartoeslb s Ib 0 0 i 0 0ownsend 0 0TownHDd
TownHDd T ownsend Jt 0 0 0JOhNtOD I I
JOhNtOD 1 1 1 1 2 2McCauJlef
McCauJlef c 1 3 r I 1 1JtIeCrel
JtIeCrel McCreigtst t p 0 1 1 2 2Totle 6 6TotaJ3
Totato TotaJ3 3 3WASHINGTON 9 r 1 1W 8
WASHINGTON W R H PO A AGilbert E EGilbert Ii I
Gilbert ef efConners erConners I 0 2 0 IiC C
Conners Ib 1 1Burke 1 11 0 0Burke 0Burke S
Burke rf rfSJiaughnefifiy S 0 < 1 1Sh S SShaugheesoy
SJiaughnefifiy Sh ughneHY If 2 2McDermott 0 1J 0 0Me
McDermott Me rmott lb 1 1Lynch 1 1 2 0 0Lynch
Lynch Lynchse ss 0 0Atherton 2 9 21 21Atherton 1 3 3Atherton
Atherton 2b 1 1Welnberg 0 1 4 4Weinberg 1 1Wetnbe 1
Weinberg Wetnbe c S i iSpeer 0 6 1 0 0Speer
Speer Speerp p 2 2Totals 2 0 4 0 0Total
Totals 7 7Wilmtngton 8 34 18 18Wilmington 4 4WilmingtOn j
Wilmington 0 00100200 100200 100200Washington 1 0 D 0 Oi OiVublnston 3
Washington 002200307 002200307Earned 0 00220030Earned 0 0 0 3 07 07Earned 7
Earned runs tUnWQhtn runsWashington Washington n 4 Wilming Wilmington WUmlnEi ¬
ton iou 1 First bas bae on balls ballsOft Off Spoor Speroff 2 2off
off McCreight 2 t Struck out outBy By Speer SpoerI Speeby r i ineasy
I by llcCrelght 3 Home runShaugh runShaughne runShaugtTwobase
neasy ne sy Twobase hit hItMcDermott McDermott Stolen Stolenbase Stolenba Stole Stoleh
base ba baOOIMCCUIICY McCaulley Shaughnessy 2 Lynch LynchBrown Lync h i i
2 2 Atherton McDermott Double P lY lYBrown
Brown to Zearfoss Umpire UmpireMr Mr Latnam LatnamBROOKLYN LatisamBROOKLYN LatianBROOKLYN I
Elizabeth E 1zalJetl1 Has I1nsLUtle Ilnsiittle Little Difficulty Difficulty in inWinning InI InVlunlng i iWinning a I
Winning by 1J 10 to 2 2Spedlll 1 1Specii
Bptcfal to TtM WasMnstoa Herald lIerak1Brooklyn HerakiBrooklyn
Brooklyn May H HElizabeth Elizabeth won easily easilyfrom onsllyfrom easil easilfroM r
from Brooklyn here today by 10 to toGame j2 j2inning
Game w ves c called Ued at endof endof tho seventh seventhinning seveni seveniInning c ii 1
inning on account of rain Score ScoreEttaabatb ScoreBllubtda
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Kisc 11 Klarf rfVT It 2 20000 0 0 0 Darfa Davkrf rf 01200 01200Wag 0 0120 1 2 0 0 0ilPft 0Wagsertt1I000
Wag Wagsertt1I000 if Jr 11888 1 l e I McGee Md ltceeit If 20100 20100i 2 2010 0 1 0 0
ilPft ffsdsein1I20 i 2 s t2 2 0 Whaten Wlolenc0120 cf 01200 0 1 0 g 0
ftth n II 18806 1 0 8 0 0 Cuddy Si 03060 0 30 3 0 6 0 0I
I lie 5 1 4 1 3 8 ManSy lIsnir I Ib lb0 00710 0 0 1 1 0
v et erf fl 1 11400 1 4 8 I May 31ri 3b 00230 00230Warm 0 0023 0 3 0 0Wa
Warm Wa Jb 1 1 II 1 8 Dowd M 05211 0 0221 2 1 1
Baery c c 01530 0 1 5 3 0 Harbch Har1icbc0O52 c Co 00511 0 05 1
Kaas K Kasep p 08811 e 1 1 Brewer nrenrp re l p p 00000 00000BfeM 0 0000 00 0 0 0DIeItI
BfeM BIeWp p JI 22010 olomonip I Llajd v PTota 00001 00001Totah 0000 0000Toteli 1
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Bltaabeth T 300025 3 3000250 0 0 0 2 5 010 010Bnwklni 010Brvoklr 1 J
Brooklyn 10001002 10001002Bareed 1 1000100ninsItIIitbeth 0 0 0 1 0 0 2Ranted 2
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Cmhlr Dowd J S Warren Kin King 2 Biehl Wolfe WoIreWper Wol fe feWeiner
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UraufeeMr U plre1r Calktm CalktmBALTIMORE CanamBALTIMORE CultomBALTIMORE
Fifteen Hits Given Ghe Home Team VIc VIctory Vi C Ctory
tory Over Paterson pnterouBaltlmoro PatersonBaltImore
Baltimore Md May 14 HThe The home hometgam hometgamto homet team teamtoday a rn rntoday
today to day defeated defeated Paterson by hard hitting hittinggetting hittinggetting hittln g ggetting 1
getting fifteen safe hits by b the score of C
16 to 4 Score ScoreBuitifiMte SeoreMtifnore ScoreBlUsore
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Hasm H Hageen K 32440 J Z 4 4 8 PJ Pkb Fiehrf rf 21100 2 2111 1 1 o
WestHfce Weflakec21l00 ef 2 l lIe l 8 I TWanau Tydeonaacf110 n cf 11000 1 1 0 0 0
liiiB4y If I S 1 0 0 OaVtoa Sb 11330 1 1 3 3 0 g
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= Beekr r c 11730 1 1 1 3 0 PickerIng a c 0 1 3 2 2U 2Up U 0 0Tetafe i
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offers QffSrs the widest w sidest q traiige range of ofchoice ofchoice ofchoice
choice from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the very best bestreadyforservice bestready
readyforservice readyforserviceclothing ready forservice
clothing clothingpossible clothingpossible
possible to produce produceThe prod4ceThe produceThe
The finest custom custom work is isso isso isSO
so little ahead of ours that thatonly thatonly
only an expert in the art of oftailoring oftailoring i
tailoring t i10ring can tell the differ difference difference difference ¬
ence enceThus Thus men who have no noscruples noscruples noscruples
scruples about abo t throwing over overtheir overtheir overtheir
their custom tailor and saying
farewell to his extortionate extortionatebills extortionatebills extortionatebills
bills may come here knowing knowingthat knewingthat knowingthat
that satisfaction is assured assuredthem assuredthem assuredthem
them at a marked saving savingMens savingMens savingMens
Mens Suits 15 Up UpYouths UpYouthsSuits12Up
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Philadelphia 7 7ltcading j Reading 5 5Elizabeth iEJ1zabetb
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Philadelphia at Brooklyn BrooklynPntcrson DrooklrnIJaterllon BrooklynPaterson
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DlIsn Elizabeth ctb at Wilmington Wilmington8TAND1XO 11InlngtonSTANDING
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Quaker Q uaker Unions Couple Misplays MlKpiayavrith 3I1gpJR 3I1gpJRwith
with Heavy 1IeaT hitting liittinurPhiladelphia JllttlnJrPhiladelphia
Philadelphia May HPhiladelphia Philadelphia de defeated derted ¬
sated Reading 7 7to to i i by a batting rally rallyin rallyIn rallyn
in i n the sixth and seventh innings Joined Joinedwith joinedwith joinedith
with w ith Readings I errors Mteptays 1fT By Riehl Riehland Riehland Richnd
and e nd MacDonald gave Reading four runs runsIn run runIn runsn
In I n the second inning Score ScoreRHOAB ScoreIt1l0ABI
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Middle Get Thirteen Hit hits Including Inclndlngvo
Two vo Home Runs Rult8SpecHt RunsSpeck
Speck a ta The WaMa WulWlctoa t a HewH HewHAnnapolis HenaNAnnapolis
Annapolis Md May 14 HThe The Midship Midshipmen MIdsblpmen Midshipmon ¬
men walloped Ut the nine of the Virginia VirginiaPolytechnic YlrglnlaPobtechnlc I
Polytechnic Institute today by b 11 to 3 3The 3The 1 1The L IL
The sailor lads tended lC ded on Pritchard for fora tora to r
a a total of thirteen thlrqten safeties Setle two of which whichwere whichwore wide 1
were homers by Stiles and Wilson lIson and andeach andeach am
each scored another runner The home hometeom S
team did some especially clever bunting buntingThe buntingThe
The visitors tallied all of their runs Inthe in inthe ii I
the second inning on qu n two bunched hits hitsand hitsand hit hitand
and some loose fielding Aide Midefrom from this thisLanphier thIsLanphier thi
Lanphier pitched affectively the Techs Techsother Techsother Tech
other three hits being scattered Pritch Prltchard Pritchard Pritchard ¬
ard the Southerners twirler led in the thestick thestick th e esti
stick sti k work for his team teapi Stiles Navys Navysbig Nansbg Navy 5 5big
big first baseman laced laoedout out four singles singlesIn I Iin
in addition to a home run runVirginia runVIrginia
Virginia Polytechnic will play St St Johns JOhnshere John S Shere
here tomorrow Score ScoreNat Scprea1 prc prcNavy
Nat Navy a1 RHOAB R II 1 0 A B Polytechnic PoIJ1 nk RHOAB R II 0 A H 1
Bjjwn Iiaon2blOe3lPsgesrf 10831 1 0 I 3 1 P Ptlgttt g a rf 00110 0011 0 1 1 0 0m
E rtSnm OUlArnss432410Ceeesref m wf 5 32418 3 4 1 CWMT cf 01000 01000jSs 0 0100 1 GOO GOOIO
IO 3 3 1 S 0 2 E lIds jSs II 2b 00110 00110IHJB 0 01 0 1 1
StIles Ih 3 S 1 O I n nrnsP IHJB M sa 00222 0 0 2 2
flnile ang Ifs it 81008 0 I 0 0 0 DUTittSal DlaaWaJtlb DIffs4a1 Ib 1 090 0 90 0 1 1j
Daiu j v n IrE f 02101 0 2 1 Gl 0 1 Mllterd i1Ianl 3b IL JO 00141 0 0 1 4 1
Jones cf 00000 0 0 0 00 OAUiUn Attitln c 11300 1 1 8 0 0
Hamtwch ic c 0 011 3 0 Hadzseq U lt1 10200 I 0 020 0 0
JLanpWer Lan LanpMer hfer p 10020 1 0 0 2 0 Prit Pritckanl ban rd p 03051 0 3 0 5 5Totals 1 1Totalu
Totals Totalu iiii 111327 i9S 9 5 Totab Totak352ii35 Totak352ii35arr 3 352113 S2I13 5 5Kary SNavy
Navy arr 20310023 2 3 1 0 0 2 3 x11 x11Virginia 11 11VirginiaPolytechnic I
Virginia VirginiaPolytechnic Polytechnic 8300000003 iii 3 0 0 GOO 0 3 3Earned 3runsNary J 1
Earned rung nnwNarr Navy 7 First base by errersXftTy errorsXavy5i errorsNan
5 5i Polytechnk X 3 Left on bateeXftTj 8yt T Poly
ttchaic 4 Pint base on ballsOS Lanphier Lanphierphier IAnpble11Jhier Lsnpbke C >
phier 1 1 Struck outDr wt By Lanphier Lu ier 11 by Pritch Pritchard Prlt Prltani Pritc Pritcned e
ned 7 Home mw t1IMWflso Wflstm Stil Stftee e SacriUce tilts tiltsBacon 1 lt5 lt5naCOll blu bluBatn
Bacon 21 2 I Stolen basesGfllam W t Wilson VHson Slks SlksIvnga StJJes SIh SIhft
Ivnga ft Dagae Lanphier Fugue DiffendaL Dlie da1 DwibJe DwibJeplaiaHunbeeh DeubeplarsHamheok Dout DoutpIaHannbeth I
plaiaHunbeeh to Stiles StIlolUit Hit lir pitJUier ptfmerLanpbier ptfmerLanpbierPassed Lanphier LanphierPassed r rIused
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Washington Time of g lrm gme1 > mel l hour and 45 minutes minutesSUNDAYSCHOOL minutesSUNDAYSOHOOL is isSUNDAYSCHOOL
Ninth Wins from Waugh on Home HomeRnn HomeRun hoar hoarRun Le
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Waiigh Wa gb g t 2 Sffl Batkany I 0 3 000 000The 0
C The Ninth Streeters Streoters defeated Waugh Waui Wauiin WaughIn 1 I
In It pitchers battle yesterday by 1 to 0 OWlth 0With I
With two down do In Uje t to G third Connor Connordroc Conni ar ardrove r
drove the ball over the hill for a home 11omorun hon 10 10run B
run runA
A sensational son5lltlo al onthand onh nd catch by Hands Handswas Han Os Oswas 3
was the feature Score ScoreWeugfc S ScoreWbugii ore ore1mdi
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Smith SmItbU U 01100 0 1 1 0 CouDor ORDOI csnrns110I 11040 11040u 1 1 04 U
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Stmc StraeTh00701 lb 0 0 7 0 1 i7teckerlf ecket r 00000 0 000C 0 0 0 g 0 01eUerb0I110
KetJer 1eUerb0I110 3It II 1 1 0 II heeds 00150 0 0 1 5 I
Fibs Jr rl rf 0 8 0 0 0 I leg1erT2be V o nu kC Q 0 9 0 C U
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llunklc nun It Jb 0012 0 0 1 2 OlDaffty I Dattr Darter rf 00100 0 0 1 0 1 I 0
Lynch Lrn I 80121 0 1 1 UlarewoB 11re oo c 00120 00120ARohaiftn 0 0 1 2 1 P O 0ARoimon
ARohaiftn Robmlln p p001 0 0 1 2 0 SymMBikie SItn lKkie p pool 00 1 1 I JJ 0 0Tptala QT1
Tptala T1 > t a 0 4 4 a sz 3 2j T Totals tak Utte 1 1Ninirti 12i12 12i12lDth 221121 221121Ninth 11
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the th e nn final l game of the series to St Loute Loutethis Lou Louthis
this th thvi is afternoon and with wlth1t it the series lies the tnevictory theSctory thectory
victory vi ctory this afternoon giving the home hometeam hotneteam
team te am three games gam while Brooklyn took tookbut toOJtbut
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Technical High School won from the theArmy theArmy thermy
Army A rmy and Navy Preps by i tei teiMaber to Ij IjIaber 4
Maher of Army Arm and nd Nary pitched ex excellent excoJJeftt exellent ¬
cellent c ball aad were it not for the thecostly tbeeostl7
costly c errors ef his teammates Would woolAhave Wouldnve wookiave
have h ave made it a close eme game Lynch for forTwh forTeeh forFoeb
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by b y the t e exeoitent work of his infield at atcritical atcrItJca1
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day d ay of the Prtpe Pt who in four tripe to tothe tothe
the t he pan slashed slasbe 1 out as many Jllt 7 hits and andthe aDdthe andthe
the excellent fielding of Spencer in ten tenterfleid cet conerfiold
terfleid t rfield for the High School l lade Score ScoreT Scot ScotTn ScoreTe
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early carl lead and when the game was wascnlled we wecalled S
called on account of rain In the sixth sixthInning sixthInning ii iiInning
Inning had Bloomingdale by 5 to toBlschor ft ftBy 0Btzschor
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terly ball Beckett under Kraffg coach coachIng
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mercy merc Klopfars work in the canter cantergarden centergarden centegarden r
garden was the feature featureThe fentureThe featureThe
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Bryant If 1010 1 0 1 0 0 I McKee Ib 1b rf rf 0 1 0 1 1Baruhart 1 1Barnhart
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Kraft Kraft Ib 02920 0 2 9 2 OiljaiIden Jjaddnn at 50 01080 Q 1 100 100Stnckett 0 0 0StncketL
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game g Ripe was replete with 1th sensational sensationalplays
plays pl ays the winners taking many chances chanceswith ehanc6Swith chancesith
with w ith great success successThe successTIN
The henprs were wer about even until the thestxth
sixth st xth when Commerce and Labor Laborhttnched LaborbUlMh
httnched bUlMh b d its hits and won the game gameBvans gameEvana
Bvans E vane Richmond Hurdle and Ogle each eachtouching e eh ehtouchIng
touching to uching Barry up for singles singlesThe
The feature of the game was Herdleg Herdlegthrow HurdleathroW
throw th row from right field putting McDon McDonoagh lcDonovglt
oagh o ught out at first rst on what hat looked to be bea besae bemis
a a safe sae hit Score ScoreC
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The Chicago White Sox tomorrow tomorrowThe tomorrowHrie tomorrowThe
The series with the Browns will close closetodey closetoMY
todey t todeyTh odayTh
Th Bandits BanditS are having a hard time timebaking timebaltle
e baking baltle off Wilmington WilmingtonFaJkenberg WIl WIlmingtonPalkenberg lngton lngtonFalkenberg
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work this afternoon a against lnst HawaiiStreet HewellStr Hawaii
Street Str etaDd and Freeman FreeIMllwork worked d the tl10stueeze tl10stueezepia squeeze squeezeplay sueeze i
play pia p lay to perfection in the eighth inning inningCharley InningCluu1e
Charley Cluu1e Street drove in n half the Na NattoMthf NatioMW NaIonaW
ttoMthf t runs with a pair of timely wal wallops walJop8 ¬
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Some fun is premised pr mlHd for tomorrow at atGeorgetown atGeeretown atGeorgetown
Georgetown Field when Georgetown Georgetownmeets GeorgQ Georgetowsmeets wn wnmeets
meets Fordbasn FordbasnRecent Fonl Fordhnznaverages am amReeent
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Americans to be leading le dlng their league Jt8g e iu iulongdistance luIoagdl8tanee hilongdistance I
longdistance hitting hittingEastern hittingEastern
Eastern and Tech are scheduled to play playan playan pht3an
an interhigh school l game at Union Park Parkthis Parktbls Partthis
this afternoon terJlOOn at 3 310 JO oclock oclockAfter oeloekAfter oclockAfter
After a short slump Bill Shipke broke brokeinto brokeInto brokinto
into i nto the t e hit bltcolu column n with great great enthusi enthusiasm enthusiurn enthusiearn ¬
urn poling a triple and a single singleThe singleThe
The Cubs still have three pitchers with withclean withclMn witiclean I
clean slates slat Fraser has haswon won four games gamesin gamesIn gamwn
in i n a R row Brown three three and Reulbach one oneV oneV oneV
V A A S aIt It Is entirely a matter of in individual IndlIdua1 ¬
dividual dlvidu l opinion When Coughlln was wasere washere
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basemen basemenRain basemenBabe jas men menRain
Rain threatened to broak up yesterdays yesterdaysgame trd ys ysgame 3 3game
game in the sixth inning but Jack herl hcrIdab herldan erl erldan
dan kept the teams at it until unttlthe the th show showers showers showera ¬
ers blew over overAfter OefAfter overAfter
After fifteen straight victories OrvalOveraJl Orval OrvalOverall OrvaOverall
Overall of the Cubs wont down to de defeat de defeat defeat ¬
feat before the Phillies He had not lost losta loSta los losgame
a game since August 10 test year yearJoe ycmrJoe
Joe Kelley was given g1vena a great reception receptionin roceptionIn a
in Cincinnati His old friends there re remembered re remelftberecl reniepibered ¬
membered him nicely and he h was pre presented pr prsented presented ¬
sented with big bunches of flowers flowersi fiowersIn flowersIn
i In the third inning a line drive from fromCharley fromCharlc re reCharley
Charley Charlc Jones bat soaked Hughes on the theshin theshIn th c cshin
shin but Long Tom recovered the ball ballIn bnl1tn hal halfl
In fl time to retire the speedy spce y exNational exNationalIt I Iis
It is said that Hughey Jennings has basstring a astring astring
string on the services of Rube Marquard Marquardthe hlarQunrdthe i ithe
the Indianapolis pitcher who has been beencreating beenere bee beecreating
creating ere tlng a sensation in the American As Association Association Arsedation ¬
sociation sociationHllley sociationHilley sedationHillel
Hllley who made his first appearance appearancewith ppearancewlOt e etle
with tne tl1 BRndits anits at Wilmington had a agrest agreat agreat
great record t cor v l I le e with the Villanova VillanovaCollege VillanovaOollege a aCollege
College team He is now taking a course coursein courseIn coura iO iOmedicine
in medicine at the th Jefferson College Phil Philadelphia Phnndelphla I Iudolphia ¬
adelphia adelphiaThe ndelphlaTh udolphiaThe
The Th batting order of the Yankees us usstands it itstands Itstands
stands today shows a a higher average of ofspeed orspeed If IfIC
speed than that wf any 8n other team in the theAmerican UleAmerlean II IIAmerican IC
American League From Niles down to tothe totb I Ithe
the tb battery there isnt a slow man in the thelot thelot tt ttiut
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G GSBob S 5Bob Bob Ganleys record In in Tuesdays Tuesdaysgfime TuesduyAJrome Tuesdaynme
Jrome gfime nme as published > ubllshed In The Washington WashingtonHerald Washington1Iarald WashingteErald
Herald was correct No matter what whatothers whntothers wlti wltiothers
others think he made a triple three sin singles sIngles eli eliglee ¬
gles and a sacrifice He will IU be credited creditedwith credltetlwltla eredlttWith
with four hits In the official American AmericanItague AmerlcmItftgue Amerie Amerieloague
Itague averages averagesChristy aerngesChrist averagesChristy
Christy MathewsOn stands out promi prominently prominently prom promnently ¬
nently as a the leading pitcher of the sea season seaon SCI SCIcon ¬
son on In the big leagues McGraws star starhas stark sti stiIae
has k Iae won six straight games of which two twovyere twowerc tv o oI
vyere ere shutouts He has struck st 10k Obi t t1rt t1rttwo rty rtytwo rtytwo I
two batsmen bntsmonmore more than five per game gameMatty gameMatty gnui gnuiMPLty
Matty has allowed but thirtyfive hits hitshas hitshas hit hithns
has pitched one onehit game and one onefourhit onetourhit oi oifourhf
fourhit fourhf contest tontostTILTSTATE contestTRISTATE contostTRISTATE
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D Day ay Opens with Horse Show and andWinds andWinds antIWinds
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out ou t In full force this afternoon on the theoccasion theoeeas1on thecasion
t occasion oc casion of OftJae the Jp fourteenth anneal meet meetof r eetof meetthe
of the Deep Hun Hunt Club which opened openedat openedthe ed edt
at t the State Fair grounds at at2 2 oclock to tod wy today ¬
day d da y The Tb event eJlt opened with a a hone honeshow 1Ior8eshow horseow
show sh c ow and closed with racing events The Theentries TheentrIe8 Thetries
entries en tries were large and the day was ideal idealfor Idealfor idealr
for fo r the sport sportCharles sportCharis sportCharles
Charles H Hurkarop H rkamp a noted horse horseman h horsean arae araeman ¬
man m an of Fredericksburg Freder1 ksbulg Vs Va was injured injuredearly lnJDftdftrly Injuredarly
early e in the afternoon by oybMng being kkked eon eone on onthe onthe
the th e leg by W W Osborns Lawsonian LawsonianSir IAM Lawnoelanr man manMr
Sir M r Hurktonp was serving as judge The Theonly Theonly Thenly
only o nly accident to animate marring the theopening theopening thepening
opening o event occurred in the steeple steeplechase steeplecmu steeplehase ¬
chase cmu c hase e There were four entries and two twoof twoor twof
of o f the riders were thrown during the therace th thrac theace
race rac r ace Warrenton David Duntops prize prizewinner prizewinner prizeinner ¬
winner w inner and Tarpon belonging to R R M MTaylor MTa3lor Maylor
Taylor T aylor of Baltimore were running neck necfcand neckand necknd
and e nd neck fifty yards from trom the flnteh flntehwhen ftnlsbwhen Ilaishhen
when w hen the latter horse stumbled 1I1b1ed break breaking br6AkIng breakg ¬
ing In g his ankle Taylor said afterward that thatthe tlItt thath
the t h animal jreuM uJd ns4nr run iii anethePTace anethePTaceand aooalPiIace aooalPiIacend
and a nd tliat tb that t it might J ght be necessary to shoot shoothim shoothim shootim
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Miss ChafHn James T Pattersons Pattersonsracer Pattersonsacer ns I Ier
racer r rr er who ban long been coBapieuofis OIIIt in inracing Inracing inacing
racing r events in Virginia and who was wasentered wasBntered wallentered
entered for the Deep Run meet JIHNIt was wasscratched wasSCI8tched wancratched
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