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8 THE WASHINGTON HERALD FRIDAY APRIL 29 i9iQc 191QJOHNSON 191OrJ0HNs0N
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IN I1 THE TWELFTH TWELFTHBoston TWELFTHBoston TWELFTHBoston
Boston Defeated in Desperate DesperateStruggle DesperateStruggle DesperateStruggle
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hardfcu hardfcuIt lardfoa w wIt
It took twelve Innings to trample un untier undpr undr
tier root the Red Sox but the Nationals Nationalsilil Nat1ona1sdid NtIonaIsiIi1
did it yesterday by tossing t088ln four clefts cleftssingles clea cleamgls cIeasrngles
singles into the last chapter after tvw tvwl t twJ1d o o1Id
l 1Id I gone Jon Score e Nationals 2 Boston 1 1Th t tIh 1Th
Th game gp should have gone rne to the theI thell1n thean
I ll1n > un Brigade Brl M by all 11 rules ru and nd prece precedents preeed preceThe ¬
dents d t The Red Leg lAp opened fire re on Wal Waitor Waltfr Waltr
tor Johnson with the confidence of a a craps crapsjs crKP8tnoter crapsLuoter
js Looter after he hud mader made Big Bl > Dick Dicknnd DIcknd Dcltarid
arid nd never stooped until wUIMneen sfcrteen teen swats swatshad awatahad iwatihd
had been n collected Think of It Sixteen Sixteenhits Sixteenhlt SIxteenhits
hits hlt and only one on run runHere runU runIleres
Here U Ileres rcK where Walter Johnson comes eo com In InTh InTlw InTh
Th Tlw big curly haired twirler worked hlm hlms hlmspit himsf I
s spit < > f into hole alter hole Once the bases baseswm ba beewrt es esWfrf
wm > > full and one out Waiter fanned fannedthp fannedtllf fannedtie
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tie > next two hitters On two other oc occasions 00a ocaifle ¬
casions a ionl the opposition crowded crow ed second and andthird ADdthird andtiiirtl
third with one down and Johnson Johnio tamed tamedthe tamedthe taznetjthe
the next two men to face fSc him A glance glanceat
at the scorebook shows that the Rod Sox Soxhad Soxllad Sox1ad
had atjeast at least t seven different chances to toscore tos tocflp
score s < orp had the necessary n t csary I hit been forth forthcoming fOCthtomlng forthcoming ¬
coming but Johnson on each time stepped steppedinto eteppedinto > teppedinto
into the breach and pulled the strings stringsThe trln trlnThe tr1ngaThe
The gam game wa wag sensational in i the ex extreme extlfme cxtime ¬
time One minute the bleach bleacheritts ritea would wouldbe wouldbt wouldbe
be holding their breathe and closing their theireyes tbelreyes theireyes
eyes In anticipation of Impending alaugh slaughter alaughtpr alaughter ¬
ter then when Johnson steered > the th Na Nationals NILtianats Nationals ¬
tionals over the rough spots po f a shout of ofrelief ofNoller ofrf4ief
relief would I go up that could be heard heardfor heardtor heardfor
for miles milesWhile mUesWhil xnIleWhils
While Whil Johnson was working himself In Inand Inand Inand
and out of holes Ray Collins the youth youthful youthful youthful ¬
ful college linger in a Boston ton uniform uniformseemed uniformseemed uniformseemed
seemed to have something up his sleeve sleevethe sleevetLe Ie ne netLe
tLe Nationals could not Jolt into safe safeterritory safewrritory fe feterritory
territory for on numberless nu nberlMM occasions occasionssecond oeeatOM5pcond oocajonssecond
second and third would be reached but butthe butthe butthe
the runner never got any nearer home homeThere homeThere homeThere
There was w a loud wail from the Boston Bostonbuncn Bostonbuncr Bostonbuncri
buncn In the tenth when the visitors visitorsclaimed visitorstiaImed I8ItorsdaJmed
claimed that Elberfeid Elb < fe1 during a mixup mixupwith mLCupwIth mixupw1th
with Speaker at third had the audacity audacityto
to hold Mr Speaker by the ankle and andsmear andmear andsmear
smear his hi chances of reaching reachln home homeWhile home1l11e homeWhile
While 1l11e this may have happened the um umpires umirfs urnpires ¬
pires irfs failed to see the performance and andthe andt andthe
the t e protests proto ta went for naught naughtTo naughtTo naughtTo
To show how desperate were weretiopeftis IcAleera McAleershop IcAleerahopefuls
hopefuls hop < tull Germany Schaefer with Milan Milanon XI1Anon Milanon
on second deliberately dellbrat ly ran ran into Jake JakeStahl JkoStahl JakeStahl
Stahl on an infield roller so as to Inter Interfere InterfPM interfer ¬
fPM fer with Stahl Stahls s throw in incsao case Milan at attempted attempttd attempted ¬
tempted to run to third Germany GMman hoped hopedto
to to get away with the trick but Umpire UmpireEvans Umpirer UmpireEvans
Evans r vans called c lled Milan out on account of ofSchaefers orSchaeters ofcbaefers
Schaefers interference interferenceAfter l1JterrerenceArttr IzterferenceAfter
After Boston had tied up the game in inthe Inthp inth
the th seventh the Nationals grabbed the thewinning thewinning thewinning
winning run In the twelfth with the theliases thela thetaes
liases la s full two out and Lelivelt at the thel thelat thebat
l lat > at Jack clubbed the ball over second secondand HCOodanfl secondaM
and broke up the game gameTo MTo gameTo
To show how closely the battle waged wagedtho wq1Mtth
tho th innings when things tbln happened are aregiven areJtlpn aregin
given in detail as follows followsWalter lollo lollo1Yalter followsWaiter
Walter Johnson was given ven a rousing rousingreception rousingrfreption rousingreption
reception when he stepped into the box boxlut boxhut j j1Ut
hut the game gain had not progressed very veryfar verytar veryfar
far when the fickle fans tan began bepnto to yell yellf yellfri
f fri > McAleer kAI r to Take him out French Frenchmade Frenchmade Frenchmade
made an Inauspicious anaU8p Oua start by b fanning fanningl tannlntbut fanningbut
l but > ut the merriment subsided eub ldfd when Lord Lordsingled LordjjinIM Lordiinied
singled to left and a Speaker followed by bylining byUJ1ing byUriig
lining one safely to center cent Lord making makingthirl makllt makingtIUr1
thirl t h J r1 Speaker stole second and th thbleachers the thebtfaeher thebleaihers
bleachers were in despair But when whenStahl whenStahl whenStahl
Stahl and Wagner Wa < ner followed follow eel Frenchs ox example oxamplE oxample ¬
ample and left two men on tho bases it itwas Itwa Itwas
was wa different Johnson was the little littletin littleUtln littletin
Utln tin god 00 again againThe a againThe a1n a1nTht
The third inning furnished Wnleh another in instance instAnce Instance ¬
stance of the awful weakness of some someHustons someHostons nomeBOStOnS
Hustons batamen Collin CoIU Collins lined a nay aavage 8 8agf nayage
age > hit to loft bat French F ch was robbed robbedf robbedof
o of > f a sacrifice hit by Johnsonf Johnson onehand onehandcatch onhanc1Ath onehnjeatth
catch of his Id wellmeant bunt Lord Lordcracked Lordcntrked Lordcrsfked
cracked a clean one to the left field and andSpeaker andp andpaker
Speaker p aktr filled the bags with w th a l beAuUful beAuUfulclout betutifullOut > eautiful eautifulrlout
clout lOut to right Held Any one but a apitcher apitcher apitcher
pitcher would easily Iy have scored from fromsecond from8ECOnd fromsecond
second Once more both StAhl and Wag Wagner 1alflcr Wag21cr ¬
ner had a chance to score acor a run on any anykind Anykind anykind
kind of H II hit hit and once more both men menatrnck menstrl1 mentriick
atrnck strl1 < k out amid the howls of the crowd crowdThree cronThree crowdThree
Three hits in one inning and no runs runsSix ruMSix runsSix
Six hits in three Innings gone ODO to waste wasteXntionnlN waateNiltionala ute utentlonnl
XntionnlN ntlonnl Save Run RunWashington RunWuhlnJrton RunWashington
Washington made a run In the fourth fourthInning fourthInning fourthInning
Inning Frenchs Freneh costly orror giving the thetally thetal1 thetally
tally tal1 Slberfold led oft with a safe Ce hit hitbut hitbut hitbut
but was forced on Coselers Gle attempted attemptedsacrifice attemptedsarlftce attemptedsaerie
sacrifice Lord making a beautiful play playof playot playif
of if the bunt to Wagner WfJgn r Unglaub mOd filo to toLrwi toLrwl toLrwi
Lrwi but when Gassier started to steal stealsecond illealond tea teaeond
second eond ond French muffed Cxrrlgans perfect perfectthrow perfectthrow < t ttttoW
throw McBride cBrlde then singled to right and andAt nndAt
At the Home orne Plate9
OLD OLDGLORY
GLORY GLORYBEER
BEER BEERAbnerDrury BEERAbnerDrury I
AbnerDrury AbnerDruryBrnlng I
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berr enjoys wid wldrr T popu popularity popuarft popelarltv ¬
larity arft than Old Glory GloryHundreds GloryHundreds GloryHundreds
Hundreds of homes are arenever areneer arenever
never without a case of ofthis ofthis
i this delicious healthful healthfulbrew healthfulbrew
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Oeaslor Ge or scored n as Hooper ioopet Cell in attempt attemptla attempting
ing la to trap the ball The next wae an n neany n neasy
easy 87 out outThe outThe outThe
The seventh Inning MW w the Red Sox SexUs x xtie
tie the game up carrigan was hit by byan byan y yan
an Inshoof for A sturtsr stert r Collins was out outon OULon
on a foul third strike trlb Carrigan took sec secend second seeond
ond on a short ri passed ball and went to tothird tothird tothird
third on Frenchs enehs tine single to left Lord Lordcrossed LordcrMH41 Lorderased
crossed the opposing Infield by bunting buntingsafely bunUnleUelY buntingetfely
safely Ailing up the bags With Speaker Speakerat
at the sat Kt Street made a wild throw to tosecond toeond toaen4
second to catch French Fre ch napping and Car Carrington Carrlnjton
rington tallied Lord Lor ran French oft the thebug thep theig
bug p and Charlie was nipped Speaker SpeakerINed Spe SpeakerMed kor korftI
ftI Med V fp Gessler GesslerWagners Gea GessierVagners ler lerWqnet
Wagners poor work ork put Boston in a abad abed
bad hole in the hut of the eighth but butRay butRay
Ray Collins pulled the team out of It ItJohnson It ItJohl18 itJohnson
Johnson n started trouble by scratching 8eratchl a ahit ahit a ahit
hit to short a chance that Ilelale H ln would wouldordinarily woUi4ordlnuUy woaklordinarily
ordinarily oat up Milan hit an easy easygrounder eM1CrOUlwler easygrounder
grounder tf > Wagner WA ner and again sat the latter hitterfumbled lattertumbled lattertumbled
tumbled Schaefer was wa thrown out by byWagner byW8Mr byWagner
Wagner but Lellveit drew dr a pass filling fillingthe dIttugthe I
the bases Blberfeld popped up to French Frenchsad Frenchgild I
sad Gessler C Jer lined to Speaker SpeakerHooper SPMkerHooper SpeakerHooper
Hooper singled and stole 01 in the ninth ninthaad ninthud ninthand
and French beat out a hit that Ale AleBride llcBride MeBride
Bride made a a great t stop of Milan made madea ma4esreat
a great eat catch of Lords Lord line drive tlrt and andsavoiti aadnvOd andsavod
savoiti savod the th game s me The Senators got one oneman oneman oneman
man as far as first on a pass p in this half halfSpcnlccr halfSIenJer halfSlenker
Spcnlccr Gets GCC Iour Hit HUSVelter hits hitsSpeaker HitSpeaker
Speaker made bis bl fourth straight hit hitia hitID hitIn
ia the tenth Stahl came up took three threebad thr thrbad threebed
bad balls bal and then laced l his hi first safe safeOne safeOne te teOne
One of the game me On Milans llUan throw to tothird tothird tothird
third that got < ot by Elberfeld Stahl went wentto wentto wentto
to second while the Tabasco Kid threw threwhimself threwblU threwhimself
himself on Speaker and an held him on the thebag tlMba thebag
bag ba Evans and Egan both denied that thatthey tbatthey thatthey
they saw the play and refused to let letTris letTrtI letTha
Tris score Wagner was wa thrown out by byMcBrMs byXcBrkl HyMcBrlds
McBrMs Speaker being held on base baseNiles baNNiles baseNtlee
Niles was sent nt In to hit in jrtace of ofLewis oCLewta ofLewis
Lewis and swung > at the first ball II flying Hyingto ft7Iqto flyingto
to Lelivelt Just back of third base baseJohnson hueJohuot baseJohuao
Johnson Johuot Johuao knocked down dew Hooper hard harddrive twrddrive harddrive
drive and two more splendid hits went wentfor weatI wentfor
I for naught rnwgtatlma naughtMilea V VMilan
Milan lma opened the tenth with withll a two twohas tohasl twobs
has hasl hit that Nibs Nil lost In the th sun Cal Collias CoI11M Callins
lias held him on second and then threw threwScbaefer threWSCha threwSchaefer
Schaefer SCha out at first Milan l aD was as declared declaredout dee1atedout declaredout
out for Schaefers interference I at first firstwith ftret1th firstwith
with 1th Stahl Lethrelt filed to Speaker Spe er and andBoston andDoItton andBoston
Boston went to bat for the eleventh In Inning 10n1 Infling ¬
fling ningCollins flingCollins c cCollins
Collins got a a pass and Lord made his hisfourth h hIsfourth l lfourth
fourth hit of the game but still stillthere etlllthere stillthere
there was 1 nothing not httc dol doing In the runget rungetting ru rungetting et ettll18 ¬
ting line GM G easier scratched 8ttate ed a single singleafter ata1ealter singleafter
after one man was out in Washingtons Washingtonshalf Washingtonshalf aahlqtonsbaJl
half but was nailed on a nice play by byWagner byWqner byWagner
Wagner when be he tried to steal second secondStahl MCORdStahl secondStihi
Stahl fanned for the third time t in the thetwelfth tb tbtweUtb thetwelfth
twelfth Niles hit safe after two were werene weregone
gone ne and was thrown out In his bl at attempt attempt attempt ¬
tempt to steal stMIStreet stealStreet
Street placed a safe one in center with withone wltbone withone
one down in Washingtons blqton ball Johnson Johnsonfollowed Jobneonfollowed Johnsonfollowed
followed suit Milan lined one safely over oversecond oYerHeod oversecond
second and the bases were re filled Schaefer Schaeferhit Sebaeferhit Schaeferhit
hit to Stahl and Street was foraod at the theplate theplate theplate
plate LeHveit singled to center cent scoring scoringJohnson KOrIn KOrInJ scoringJohnson
J Johnson and the Jig was w up opThe upTlae upThe
The Score ScoreWASHINGTON ScoreASXIfCJTO ScoreWA8nItt1TO
WASHINGTON WASHINGTONMilan ASXIfCJTO Aft A B X Jt II 0 A E EGwler E Eel EhiUliud
Milan hiUliud cf el 8 8SckMfcr I Iit S I Ii
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Street Street S4roete e e r rJotUMM 14 1 JI I Ii IiJobcsi 1 1J
JotUMM J Jobcsi p pTotal J 1 I 1 J JT a aTII
Total T 44 1 B Ufl a B 1 1MOn 1f 1MlIsa
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3 atmefc Stru ont oatDr Dy JAamo J R by b CbUin ow Ilia L 1 Two Twobur rwbue Twa14t
bur bitsSp bltslUu hItSSpSk tec Miles Soottn UtXeMao UtXeMaoStoto hkXellddaSoIaI htted4sStolen
Stolen b koiQeeser t a eeIer l f UcBridv ldJ 9pe SpeaMr ker Hooker er 2 2Onrifin It ItOnrlpn 2n1ssn
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Blbnfold El mIld in tItfcDr1IIe U McBrtte JIlt by ritchwBy Ii u John Johntou Jaba101I Jrns
tou s CsirifpiBK Pki lad d bonBtioci Um4n Um4nlittfn e eINn Um UmJmas
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MdahHitw awl 3 minute AU AudaacrZ AudaacrZN0TES AUerr2NOTES adnce2M adnce2MNOJES
NOTES OF THE GAME GAMEIts
Its true in most games gam we have suE suffared IU IUfond suEfeted
fared reverse but there is nothing so sobad 10bad sobad
bad that it could not be worse worseWagner wor worWtgner worseWagner
Wagner Wagner is evidently Pletchertzlng herIzlnK In Inether Inother Inother
ether other words he didnt eat em up as asfat ufut asfast
fat In yesterdays game as h It did on onWednesday onYednesday onWednesday
Wednesday WednesdayMcBride WednesdayMcBride YednesdaylcBrlde
McBride ofttimes oftUmestriee tries to throw the thesphere theapbore thesphere
sphere apbore to first before betor it reaches reacb his hisbauds hisbaud hishazals
baud baudsSeveral baudSeveral hazalsSeveral
Several members mombersof of our Optimists OptimistsClub OpUmltttaClub OpUmletsClub
Club who wh attended Wednesdays game gameare gamoare gameare
are up before the board of examiners examinerswho oxnmInorxwho oxnminorvho
who are inquiring into their optimistic optimisticstatus optimIsticstatus optimistIcstatus
status status Hold hard there brothers brothersTreasurer broth61sI broth61sTreuurO brothersTreasurer
I
Treasurer Fowlor stood bat In hand at atthe atthe atthe
the gate te as the crowd tiled out Wonder Wonderif
if Willie wasnt taking up a a collection collectionfor collectionfor collectionfor
for the press resa < box ice ic fund fundNo fundNo Un4 Un4No
No gentle reader r der the Bostons oatons do not notplay notplay notphy
play the game at the Hub Hub with a bean beanbag beMScrlbo beanbag
bag bagScribe
Scribe Tommy Rice R RICeIS e Is suffering from a amalignant Amallll1nt amalignant
malignant attack of chroiic grouofleritis grouofleritisand grouoboritlsand rouclcrltls rouclcrltlsand
and he can only be cued by b an allopathic allopathicdose aUopaUdcdose aliopathicdose
dose of games es won He got one little littlepill littlepUI littlepill
pill yesterday and was W 8 some better last lastnight lutnight lastnight
night Soft pedal Tommy TommyThe TommyThe TomyThe
The fielding was wa sensational throughout throughoutthe throuphoutthe throughoutthe
the Washington and Boston teame alike alikegiving RlikeIvlng alikegiving
giving their pitchers tine support supportFrenchs sUPnortFrench supportFrenchs
Frenchs error error was tho only one of Bos Bostons Bostons Boatons
tons thr three e to cost anything but it was washis washis vas vashlB
his miscue that sent the th game ame into ox 0 0trn oxIra
Ira innings inningsJohneon InnlnssJohnaon inningsJohnson
Johnson struck out outeleven eleven men during duringthe duringthe
the game Collins did not do much in the theway thewa theway
way wa of strikeouts but bu be forced the theNationals theNational theNationals
Nationals to keep k p hitting tbe ball into intothe Intothe intothe
the air The heaviest hitters on the thelocal theJocal theocal
local team could do little with him himand htmam1 himanti
and both hoUtCngluub Ungtaub and Gossior fell down downrepeatedly downrepeltedly Jownrope
repeatedly rope te4Y wheij whr they had chances to todrive todrhe todrive
drive in the needed run runIn runIn runIn
In the first ftr t Inning two men were werechained werech werechained
chained ch Jned to the bags while whl Stahl and andWagner andWaner andWagner
Wagner fanned There were three men menon menon menon
on bases m In tile third when this same samepair samepair samepair
pair whiffed again The failure of the thethree thethree thethree
three righthand hitters mitter to sUng the ball ballmade ballmade ballmade
made the visitors look foolish at times timesWhile UrnesWJ1Ue timesS timesWMle
S
While JohnSon John n was hammered fiercely fiercelyall ftercelyaU fiercelyall
all through the game he showed an ad admirable admirable admirable ¬
mirable ability bmt to steady down and andtighten andtighten andtighten
tighten when runs threatened Lord and andSneaker andSpeakfr nd ndSteaker
Sneaker worked like fiends to break up uptiie upthe p pthe
the game and had their team mates
l been able to follow folIo the hot pace they theyrot th theyset y ytM
rot there would have been nothing to toIt toIt toIt
It but a walkover but In the pinches pinchesStahl plnchellStahl pinchesStahl
i Stahl Wagner and Lewis fell down downand downA downan
and A an CI Lewis Je attempts att mpta to swat Johnson Johnsonwore John8Onworo Johnsonwore
wore so futile that Nibs Nil was sent in to tobat tot tobtt
bat t for him in the tenth tenthPresident tenthPremdfnt tenthPresident
President Taft shook hands Ada with the themembers ttMlnemberl themembers
members or the Boston American merlcaa League Leagueball Lpeball Leagueball
ball team yesterday yesterdayRepresentative yesterdayRepresentative Hterdn HterdnRoprnentaUvo
Representative OConneU of Boston Bostontook Bo8tontook Bostontook
took them up to the White House Houseand HOOMand Houseand
and tcld tho President they made up upabout upabout upabout
about the best team In the business businessThe Alai AlaiThe blislumThe
The President said he had heard some 8Omethlq something something ¬
t thing about the way in which they had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
j been trimming trl1R trtmrn1n the u Nationals N tlona and 1 prom promised prom1Md promlied ¬
lied to go down to the U Huh after he goes goesto goesto OM OMto
to Beverly Btferl for the summer to see 105In them themIn tbtmIn
In action actionTo actloltTo actionTo
To err is human Itu leumastn to hit safe divine divineHere divineHere It Itlofere
Here goes the tMIJa jpuaer yelled Wtd WtdConroy W1dConroy WidConroy
Conroy from the eoachera box in the thetwelfthend UteI thetwelfthand
I twelfthend it went wentMilan weatKIbuJ wentMilan
Milan battod thr iOSthris sthree hits ta out of six sixtimes axti sixdeses
times ti up upGessters upG upGeules
Gessters G only hit came In tho twelfth twelfthThe tA twelfthThe ltth ltthThe
The ball bounced off o Collins C9IItDeTaUer shins shinsWalter shinsWalter
Walter TaUer Johnson J grabbed bI two t safe areyet ISf stems stemsyesterday slamystr4
yesterday yet ystr4 IrR7 His single In the twelfth twelfthtlmel was wastimely wastimely
timely timelyLord tlmel timelyLord
tlmelLonI
Lord as usual covered co an are aiie of ofground ClJroulHl ofground
ground around third Few infielders in inthis InthJ8 inthis
this league sue have anything u on him himThe himrbe himThc
The Nationals claimed eM that Pitcher PitcherCollins PlteberColli PitcherCollies
Collins Colli bad ba absefcwtstr hlte17 nothing AO and they theymarveled tb tbmuveiecl theymexveli
marveled why hits alt came so I few and far farbetween tarbetWeeta farbetween
between betweenI betWeetaNo betweenNow
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j Now No to make it Ittwe two ont of three by bycopping b7eoppla bycopping
eoppla copping todays torTIGERS todyrsiiw todyrsiiwTIGERS game gameTIGERS
TIGERS WIN HANDILY HA1OILYDetroit HAHDILYUctrolt HANDILYlctrolt
Detroit Captures Gnme Gnn from from Hrowns nroTnII hlrovrnsby
1 II by y 7 to 1 1Detroit 1Detroit 1Detroit
Detroit April 28 8Detrolt Detroit won 0 much muchas muchIta
as 1 they pleased pl d today from St Louis LoukiIcore LouisScore LouisScore
Score 7 to L 1 Bailey started and lasted lastedonly lutedoAIT lastedordy
only three and onehalf Innings The Thechampions Thecbamplou Thechampions
champions hit the southpaws IOatbw curves curvesi CUrTMba curveshard
i hard ba and often ottft fot fOl7 a total of six runs runsStremmei JUIILStremmel runsStremmel
Stremmel then tb took up the task It of hold holdIng boldlug
lug 1 Detroit in check and performed in invery IneY Invery
very good style Score ScoreW koret
W t 1 Uate seiL RHOAKI It H 0 A A X I Deft DftrcMt RHOAK It B 0 C A X
Stone nto1f V 1 1 1 lSIIhSeInzyreif12301 I Hclntyr If I S J SO 0
Wallace WafleoeIS2S 2 Bnb a 1 liS 11240 1 S i t
Ho BOC Hodaaaef113IS taan ef 1 3 Cobb Ccjhbrf rf rfUrima 02110 02110CrafeuddIISII S I 1
Urima Ur 2 JiD > t t J I CWrfard era CrafeuddIISII cf
HartacO I t I I 3 Dttenanty Jb JbBoOey S I 4 I S S1nIeli
1nIeli lb lbI lU 10 orarItrSS2 a I Ii t 1
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t0svhe c J I I 0 e21301 t I 3 3r
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Usaiinti L p p0 t S 1 5 DTloMa D J et dI S S S 1 ITaWI S STsh I ITotal
TaWI I nrt Total TMVB 1 D ll llSt 1 1I
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St St Uwto I I 11 11Ia
Twvbaae UtaMelatyre Ia akl Mow Cobb CobbIlitKuJUa Tbraa Tbraabaw T Tbow
bow aitMuufa gacrttoc sm hrtatinaay Double DovbkmartRoth 0 0lllaPJIada DoubleaviRoh
martRoth to Dekoaaty Deltha tr to Bmatnaa BaifeeU to toAbsteis toAbItebI to4tbuteIs
Absteis tirirtft to Abotein Wild nUcbBaHry nUcbBaHryBaaaa l lCtrJWlrJbeUIOtr pltebsIkyhima
Baaaa oa battaOff Bailey I off Srt MtteL 1 off offXttUia 0uW t tsIli
XttUia uW 4 StnNk outrBy oatr yulhn l1a11 mflIs X 3 Left LeftDetroit oa oabnaeaDetrott suI
bnaeaDetrott I Detroit 4 St LOOM 4 U 1IIWoM autta MaiBn MaiBnl
l lwiine m rrtoe and OLooaaUn O Ttae n of c nsI aaiaa 1 boor ad
44 safontca astea At4eadae7 At4eadae7YANKEES At ittcadaac7siO ittcadaac7siOYANKEES i iYANKEES
YANKEES CAPTURE GAME GAMEXCTI GA1dEC1 GAIEic
XCTI ic C1 YorkK Trim Phllndclphla Ph iInd ci plilim Atlt AtltIcticn thIctlc t IlL IlLIetIs
Icticn I h y 7 to II IINew 3New t tNew
New York April 28 STb 2LTbere There was poor poorneidtag poorMldba poorfielding
fielding Mldba on both sides aM today to the New NewYorks NewYorb NewYOIILI
Yorks winning winnl from the Athletics by bybetter bybetter byheLter
better battine haWnF Crees Cree triple cinched the thegame lbeame thegame
game ame Woltors fielding fte and batting was wasa waaa wasft
a feature Hartsel muffed mu < ecI two Hits ftI 1I in insuccession b1MlCCeulon insuccession
succession each letting Jettt In a run Score ScorefbUa Seo SeoIWI ScoreIbil
fbUa Ibil R Jt1 MIOAE 11 O A X X NesTwt w Tart K XXOtZ K O A C
HartM JIMtM lartedU101S tf 1 Id 1 HoBvbiU flespldLd21211 cf 2 Zit 1 t 1
OUrtor ef et121IO I J 1 S S Wotter W Worrt ft rf t 2t 4 4401 4401dlha 4 t tCotlfaM
CotlfaM t l s S I 4 t t Cnaac Cbe lb I SIS IIIlb 0 S ShleL
m hleL ar 3b 514 t 4 Ore ceeetf If 1 lhhII lhhIIDoele 1 1I 4 S SItevia
Itevia I n lb b > SOIlS 0 U 1AiPort > ste rt ft I llIl1 1 1 1
MmiAy rf I I Ill 1 1 I Knisbt Kn4htISl2 iIbt at I S S
Bym uri1 a 0 01231 I 231 Z I 1 Anattn AmtnSb I Ic 11010
Tntaaoo e S S < 4 Hvotaey 14 IwseacycII c e t 0
Ijtpv e t 01210 1 SIS I 1 Fort Foidp p 531 5312S J 1 1a
CooamV o S 2S t
RaUV w 11151 S L1 L1lmInt Tatak Tstak0001 7 tST t 4 4nettMUcrt
lmInt 0001 t 1 1lldtMalllr1
nettMUcrt lldtMalllr1TGtaII SO fl III IIIToiale S STotal
Total TGtaII HSiil HSiilKU J UU4 UU4nww 12414 4 4atted
KU atted d for OMNIUM cmbs fa tao srth 11thilstled iaatec iaatecTUotted
TUotted fcr or Dynttt fa tile t > anath 1IIIIdalt Jmtes JmtesPtitlaariphia iai iaiPbtkdehphha
Ptitlaariphia lt pht l I ll llNow 1 1 t t I t tyc 04 04NewYat
Now NewYat York 223tttfx7 223tttfx7Left t t x1 x1Left
Left oa buoITnladelpkia ia I Ne N York oet i iHaoe LlIMe 1 1g555
lIMe on < n bantOff oa Omaha t of Uysart 1 1Feed off offFord oQ1Wd
Ford 1Wd 3 Ktrwfc trutk ontBy Ooowb bii 2 by b UyatM 2 2by Iby
by Paid y TbrMkaae JbrM nttOldrtnc hkteoidrtn Crw l lwe Crc Tw Twbun Twoluie >
bun hhBarry hlt Barrr Saerifir nitaOolttm M JI8Id JI8IdStolftl YodStolen d dStolen
Stolen bagM bseee115tI1 Hnaphfll 1I 1JIdU Walter Double l ocIbJeto pU > ter terpby 4rpbs >
pbs to Dygrnrt to Harry 1len n to Doyle Hit by 11tdIft 11tdIftU Ntther1Jy I1tob r rBy
By U CeoBb 1 rxna Impiw McMra Dtnwn and Coo CoonoUy eor CoaacHy
acHy IOBM of game awt2 2 boors boorsCHEVY JaoanCHEVY boonCHEVY
CHEVY CHASE WINS WINSKonmluprton WINSKensington VINSendnJton
Kensington Cia I Is Ilcxtuit on Home HomeGround lIomeGruundll HomeGrounde
Ground 1O It to 3 3The 3TIle 3The
The Chevy Chcn Chase baseball team play pka7Inf playtn ptayInp
Inp tn at Kensington yesterday outclassed outclassedthefr outciUHdth outclassedtheir
their old rivals the Kensington Jensl ton Athletic Athleticteam Athleticteam AthleUcteam
team taking t ktn the game easily ea 10 to 3 3Fast a aFast 3Fast
Fast infleldlng by the victors was the thefeature thefeature thefeature
feature of the th game chevy Chase play playing pl plIne playIng ¬
ing nearly errorless s ball HeraM who whorelieved wh whrelieved whorelieved >
relieved Anderson in the second held heldthe heldthe heldthe
the home hom club ronless runl for the remaining remainingseven remainingseven remainingseven
seven innings Innln The lineup of the winners winnersfollows 11n 11nfollows winnersfollows
follows Shoemaker first base Richards Richardsshortstop Rkhardahortstop Richardsshortstop
shortstop Shatter ShaiC third base Lamb Lambsecond Lambsecond Lambsecond
second base Hooks Hookarlght right field Ord left lefteld leftlieki i ifield
field Swartzeil center fleld Mess Messcatcher X Xclltdler Messcatcher
catcher Anderson pitcher and Herald Hormklpitcher Horaklpitcher Heraldpitcher
pitcher pitcherWILL
WILL FIGHT AT COLMA COLMAPnpke COLMAPnple COLMAPflpk
Pnpke anti d Thonms Sign Articles to toDnttlc toDnttle toBattle
Battle TrrentyUve Rounds RonndgSan RonnchSan RoundsSan
I San Francisco Francl co April 2S 2SToe Joe Thomas Thomasand ThomasAnd Thomasand
and Billy Papke this afternoon signed signedarticles 81nedarticle signedarticles
articles to fight twentyfive rounds at atColma atColma atColma
Colma on Saturday Sa tu tda afternoon May Iay 14 14Both 14Both 4 4Both
Both > nen en are to meet at catchweights catchweightsand eatchwe eatchweand
and have selected Jack Welch as ret refferee retferee retforce
feree They will get BO O per cent of tho thogate thote thegate
gate te receipts divided W per cent to the thewinner thewinner thewinner
winner and 40 4 per cent to the loser loserPapke loIorPapkc loserPapke
Papke will do his hi training with Jeffries JeffriesJUle JeltrlesI Jeffriesiile
JUle iile Thomas frill 11I work with Jack John Johnson John50n Johnson ¬
I
son at Seal Rock House HouseCarroll BoUlleCarroll BouseCarroll
j Carroll Institute Inst flute Team ChnllciiRci ChnllciiRciThe ChnUen ges gesThe ct ctThe
The Carroll Utll1lte Institute baseball team teamwould teantIlJ1tl teamwgititl
I would IlJ1tl liki nk games sam s with all teams averag averaging sxeragin verag veragIn ¬
ing In fourteen years ears Address Joseph Mul Mulroe Mulroe Iul Iulroe
roe roe S10 Tenth street tTCHt northwest or James JamesMalOncy Jmesofalonc JamesMaloney
Maloney ofalonc 1242 12 42 < Nineteenth street north northwest northwest northwest ¬
west
SPRING LINE LINEAutomobile LUkEAutomobfle INE INEAutomobile
Automobile AutomobileWearing AutomobfleWeariii
Wearing Weariii Apparel ApparelAutomobile Appar Apparuomohi1c
Automobile Suppiy Dept DeplNational DeptNational Deptationai
National Electrical Supply Co
1330 New York Ave Phone M 6800
ROLL UP BIG BIGSCOREI BIGSCOREIGeorgetown SCORE SCOREI SCOREGeorgetovn
I
Georgetown Badly Beaten by byA byA byA
A M I of ofNortIi Nor North th Carolina CarolinaTIMELY CarolinaTIMELY CarolinaTIMELY
TIMELY HITS ARE LACKING LACKINGnine LACKINGDlnc LACKINGBlue
nine and Gray Hoy Do Boys Hit Bull Ilnrd Ilnrdhut lIarl1JUt Ilnrlbut
hut Cant Find Stafford Stnffof J When IHtu IIi IIIt IIItMen he heIcan
Menu Men ltniivllunt I IciulH Hilltop HilltopIicro HlllCOIIIler Hilltopiien
Iicro nt lint with ir llnur ur Hits I11ttCon I11ttConneU liltsCoimimolly Con
nelly neU Mnkcn a CIrcni Cntch CntchJly Cntchll CatchBy
Jly ll X T IVOR VOllLEY WORLIflAfter VOllLEYAfter LEY LEYAfter
After starting off like 1ik aura winnersand winnersend winners wlnnerstUMI
and obtaining a a tworun lead in the tbeftrat tbeftratthree first firstthree firstthree
three innings of yesterdays game with withthe withthe withthe
the Agricultural and Mechanical College Collegeof Colleeof
of North Carolina Georgetown proved provedunequal provedunequal provedunequal
unequal to the pace and nd went to Idee IdeeIII piecesin pieces piecesin
in the fourth session 0D Score 4 t M 11 11Georgetown 11OOlCetown 11Oeocgetown
Georgetown OOlCetownLMldac 1 1Looking tLeeldag
Looking over ov r his pitching staff talC Coach CoachKim CoachKmr COachKing
Kim King found that the only man who was wasin w wba wastu
in any kind of condition n41tt101l was w Wab WabOConnor WabOConDOr WabOConnor
OConnor and he he did the only thins thinspossible tblnlJ thingpossible
possible J under the circumstances elreumebancnt elreumebancntW sent sentWab
Web W In to face the Farmers although althoughOConnor althoughOCounor
I IOCOISDOr OConnor had started the game me the day daybefore da1betore daybefore
before For three rounds l OConnor did didfine dlelfbte diddot
fine work Wk not allowing the North Caro Carolinians CaroUn Caroliulnas ¬
linians Un a hit or a run but the fourth fourthwas fourthwu fourthwas
was his hi Waterloo as he lost control coRtroi of ofthe oCtIM ofthe
the ball and walked walk two men men and w wafterward watsrward wen wenafterward
afterward hit 5for for a double and two sin singles II1n II1nJka singlee ¬
glee An error In left field by Connelly Connellyof cOlUMn cOlUMnof
of a hard hit single to that field was wasresponsible wasresponsible U UrNPOUtbie
responsible for two of the runs runsKluiincry nmalrlunncr runsl1lnnmscry
Kluiincry lrlunncr O GtUH M In Box BoxSeeing Doxse BoxSeeing
Seeing se l that OConnor was in distress distressthe dt8treAthe distressthe
the Georgetown coach sent Flaanery to tothe tothe tothe
the rescue reecue and the lanky one oaeI succeeded succeededIN
IN I towing < the Blue and Gray outfit outfitthrough outftttbroultt outfitthrough
through the rest of the fourth without withoutany withoutany withoutany
any further damage But Flaanery was wasnot wa waIIOt wasnot
not in I the beat of form and and besides the tbeAggi beA theAZIdCS
Aggi AZIdCS a had brought along their batting battingtoga battinetop battingtogs
toga and aD they got busy every inning afy aM aMthe afifithe
the fourth fouru and nd with the theexception exception of the theninth timeninth e enlDth
ninth chapter scored in every turn at atbat att atbat
bat t Georgetown disheartened failed to toget togft toget
get a runner home after the third in inning inn Inning ¬
n ning although the Hilhoppers hit Staf Stafford Btatford fitafford ¬
ford freely Their hits were wea not bunched bunchedhowever bundaedbowtyft bunchedhowever
however and od came to naught naughtGeorgetown naughtGeorgetown bt btOeorptown
Georgetown had ten men left on onand bases basesand oases oasesand
and thi this eloquently explains the story storyof Or7of storyof
of the th needed Dingles which hJCb did not ma materialise mater1albe materlaflze ¬
terialise terialiseHunt ter1albeHUlK terlaflzeBunt
Hunt a sensational donal work with the blud bludgeon blU4Oft bludaeon ¬
Oft was the feature of the days play playThe pia piaTIle playThe
The Georgetown outfielder has ba not been beenbatting MnbatUna beenbatting
batting up to his usual good form for forthe f fI forthe <
the past three weeks but yesterday he hewas bewas e eOD
I was on the Job and reached the ball for fora Coa fora
a a safety each of the first four times t he hewent bewent hewent
went to bat He led off with a pretty prettytriple prettytriple
I triple in the th very first ftr Inning and later laterscored laterseore4 laterscored
scored in this 0 round while In the sec secI ee eeI seeond
I ond on fourth and sixth innings ht poled poiedthe poledI poledthe
the leather for clean singles over the theinfield tbetnhId theinfield
I infield Tn the ninth he mad made a bard try tryfor uyII tryfoe
for a a hit but by a magnificent running runningcatch nmnlncea1 runningcatch
II catch ROM not his hands on lbs meand hall halland buMand
and robbed hMef bftr OC a a perfect score for forthe 1orI forthe
I the day dayFeenan da7Fee dayFeenan
Feenan an laid against one in t the third thirdthat lhIrdthat tbWdthat
that counted for three bases while Wab WabOConnor WbOCemaor WabOconnor
OConnor lambasted laID the pellet Uet to left for fortwo fort fortwo
two t sacks to the second inning All of ofthe ofthe 1 1the
the winners nine hits were stogies but buttwo butI buttmo
I
two doubles by Hartsel and 1Id Black Hart Hartsei Hartset
set eei and Rose Ro were the only two visitors visitorsto vtaitorat
to t make more than one hit oft e the theGeorgetown tileGeorI Lb LbGeorgetown
Georgetown GeorI OWD twirlers twirlersFielding twirlerIcldlnl twtrlersFieleling
Fielding IH Loose IOOMeNiOther LooseNeither ooce oocetber
Neither tber side played giltedge sllt ball m mthe to tou Inthe
the field Georgetown having four fourm errors errorsmarked errorsmarked
marked m rlted up on the board and the Farmers Fannersthree Farmenthree Farmersthree
three Nearly all of these miscues were werevery werevery werevery
very costly and this was w especially true truein trUeIII
in 4 the case of the home team Some Somegood Somegood Somegood
good good playing playi added a ded to th the interest in the thecontest tbeeonlt thecontest
contest a double play pia by Freeman and andBuck andBlack andBlack
Black In the seventh and Connellys cir circus drcue cirens ¬
cue catch In left field in the same round roundbeing roundbelne roundbeing
being the best performances performancesIn
In the fifth Cogan got ot In front of o a asharp asbarp asharp
sharp liner from Robertsons on bat and andsnapped aDdmapped andsnapped
snapped the ball up with Ith lightning lightningspeed 1tgbtn1npeed lightnings
speed s peed and hurled it to Teem in lm tme IIM to tocatch tocatcb tocatch
catch Robertson stretching it to first firstSttterdlng firstSitterding
Sttterdlng hit a short bort fly to center ht the theeighth th thI theeighth
eighth eI ht which looked sale but a nice nicerunning Jdc JdcruDBIAI nicerunning
I running catea eat is by Freeman lDaJt kept him off offthe 0Ute o othe
the tH bases sejj l s 5 5Time
The Score ScoreA
A 0 AD M 0 or X C CABK f fS
S ABK HPOA I1lO K KFMCSMM E hEFreaasf
FMCSMM Freaasf tf f 6 2 I J 1 r rHmwi e 0lrewut
Hmwi lrewut > rf 3 2 1 1Msck 1JtIadt 5 I I Ifi
Msck Jb 04 fi 4 T I 1 I I IRossrtsm I
Rossrtsm nv 1 1 1 10 M MUartad St StButIw <
Uartad ButIw K I 1 9 IPjl 1 1Spm S 2 2perr
Spm perr 9b J 2 11 11Setter 1 t J 1 1Wert 1Scate5
Setter Wert Scate5 e A I 1 1 J JReM 6 6Kern 0 0aoeK
Kern ReM aoeK K 4 1 S SStaaorf i 0 S SSaSwp
Staaorf SaSwp p 4 9 S S S k kTenth
Tenth Tl al 11 IIIh123 IIIh123CBO1ICfOW I S M 3 3CBOKCKGWX
CBOKCKGWX CBOKCKGWXKavt CHOJICKfOXH
Kavt H tf ill illStttfrtUog 1 t tSltt 1 0 S SsIttdgn
StttfrtUog Sltt sIttdgn lb I e e etl I aMvv 2 2Unplir
Unplir Mvv ef eafUta I I 1 1 1Ib 0 0 005
OUVOBV n Ib 4 f 05 t tCbmeny 0 4 I IoJIJ 1ceendlrlf
Cbmeny ceendlrlf If 4 G l 1 lFacam 0 1 1F 11
Facam F clb 4 1 1 5 1 1W I IWlouc
Watdcn W Wlouc e e 9 8 1 1M 1I I IM
M I OOOBBor tt I 5 S K KCoaaR e 1 1CO 1Ccw
CoaaR CO J 0 I 1 3 3C 1 1c 1COOuunar
C COOuunar OOmaar j t > I t 1 t t tFkawcy IFIeIMMry S SFIsescyp
Fkawcy FIsescyp v S 9 I 1 1Totak 4 4ToUfe
ToteM J 31 35 1 8 SVIr 11 ir I 4 4Georgetown 4Gelrgctew 4Gesielews
Georgetown ltllB 1 I 1 I It IS 8l I SO SOyt t 2 2A
A M I of X C e 41213 oil 11 t11 t11Fftt 11 11bate
Fftt bate by enonA mon4 errcn aN nl M 1 3 GaocBetonro C tm 1 1Laft 2Left 2 2Leit
Left on iMMtA and M t S Gcoisoteom Fir Firbase lint lintba Tintlass
base ba ll on bB boaAtOtr iwIle O Off OConnor S off o Flanncir J Flannn 2 off oa8taff oCStaffcwd
Stafford 8taff 2 2 Inning llII ap pitchedOConnor 313 3 i3 Flan FlanDCTY FJan1Ifn Flanner
DCTY ner 523 5 23 lilt lute mAd e3adeOfl ff OConnor 3 otf ci ITan ITannery lllanStrtldt PlanntT
nery ntT C Struck ootIly OQtU OConnor OC 1 bj Flanotn l1a rr rrI
1 by Stafford 2 TtmtbMe 1MAe MUHuot Foenan FoenanTwobftM lemanbaM FeenanTwobase
TwobftM baM MtaC OConnor Hartwl Black SAm Sacriftce SAmftee Swrifice
ftce WUlkown Btadc lMe4 Stafford Stolen StokDlIut bajes bajesHttnt bewmHunt
Hunt Murphy Franmn < 2 RebeLLion nober 8eifert 8eifertDouble SeUmDouWe Int IntDouble
Double playftFreoaan pI FrteIDn to Black lilt by b pitcher pttcherItj pit pitcherfly
fly II Ftannm 1 by Stafiord 1 WM pitch pfechFUnncry pkehFlanDftY pitchflanurr
FUnncry 1 L UmpireMr Bolts Time of pta ar ga gaboon 2 2town
town aW id S mlautM mleuteNOTES mlautMNOTES taI taINQTES
NOTES NQTES OF THE GAME GAMECapt GA1rrECpt GAMECapt
Capt Sexton of A and N did not notplay notplay notplay
play as he is a pitcher and a 1pltchlng 1pltchlngthe pitching pitchingthe pitchingthe
the Navy av game which went fifteen fifteeninnings ftCteeaatnnlngs fifteeninnings
innings to a tie Wednesday Yedneadll was v not in incondition Incondition incondlt1n
condition to work again n aln so soon soonHunts 3OOnHunts noonHunts
Hunts return to his usual ulu l good ood form formwith formwith formwith
with the willow was as the most pleasing pleasingfeature ploolnJteitture pleasingtebture
feature of yesterdays sham battle > from froma
a Georgetown standpoint There was wasnot wasnot vasnot
not a scratchy one in the whole four fourbingloe fourblngl08 fourbinglos
bingloe and they went so fast that the theFarmers tJIOlarmers theFarmers
Farmers fell aH over themselves trying tryingto tryln trylnI
to field the leather leatherSpoer leatlhe1Spter leatherSpeer
I Spoer Spter had to hoof It back quite a din distance dlsI dintnce ¬
tance In the fourth to nip Flannerys fly flyover firover ilyover
I over first flrstLast firstI liratLast
I
Last season the North Carolinians Carolinianstrimmed Carolinianstrimmed Carolinianstrimmed
trimmed the Blue and Gray Gra by h a 3 to toscore toscore 2 2score
score after aft r one of the hardest fights of ofthe orthe ofthe
the year ana the Southerners were con considerably considerably conaiderably ¬
siderably surprised to find the Hilltop
I
pers per easy picking thlsseason th lJOn Maybe it itwill Itwill
will be a different story tory next year yearWhile yearWblle yearWhile
While Connelly got gota t a hit hI yesterday he hewould hewouk hewould
would have fattened his h average a little littlemore lUlemore littlemore
more had 1 1 he waited pt1e JMLt patIeUy Jitly tly the second secondand MCOIldand secondand
and third times Urn up Stafford was wa in a bad badway badWAr badway
way and about to issue ue hirn a pass pi each eachtime eAchUm eachtimd
time Um when he swung unc at high ones amid nndcould 1ne 1necould amidcould
could not lay th the bat solidly against Int the theball thebaU thebail
ball two weak blows resulting reautI With a alittle alItUe alittle
little more patience the former St Marys Maryscaptain MRrysca Maryscaptain
captain ca taln would wou develop into a good batter batterFeonan batter1eooan batterFeonan
Feonan was on the thejob Job and coached the thepitchers thepAtchen thepitchers
pitchers yesterday throughout th boQt the game gamewhich pmewblch gamewhich
which apparently was of great rest benefit benefitto banentto benefitto
t to both OConnor and tannery Menefee Menefeewas MeneleeW Meneteess
was W a good one to help the pitcher set setthe getthe et etUw
t the batter going 0185 and his kidding is misled missednow misledD mIsledndw
now D ndw that he Is out of the th game gameThe pmel1M gameThe
The A and nd M nine was scheduled to toplay toplay toplay
play six games on the present trip but butrain butrain butrain
rain broke up the game pll e with with Winston WinstonSalom WlnstonSalooL WinstonSalem
Salem The Southerners Southern took V p I Iinto IJato IInto
into camp by a 7 to C score and played the theNavy theNavy theNavy
Navy a fifteen innning Innnl tie 1 to i They Theyplay TheyplAY Theyplay
play Washington College at Chestertown Chestertowntoday Chelltertowntody Chestertowntoday
today and on Sfturday will 111 play the theteam theteam thetesm
team from the UI U S S So Franklin at Nor Norfolk NorColk Norfolk ¬
folk Quite a bunch of rooters are with withthe withthe witsthe
the boys boy on the trip tripIn tripIn tripIn
In the first Inning tant with three on bases basesFeenan balKSPeenan bascaFeenan
Feenan hit one to third and Murphy was wascaught wasCU3ht wascaught
caught trying tt t score Catcher Seifert Seifertwas SdCertwu Seifertwas
was about to double unyiTeeaan wj ni feezwn at t first ttrstwhen firstwhen firstwhen
when Captain Murphy steed up the situ situation situatloa ttu ttuation ¬
ation and gently Jostled jo the A and andbackato smutbackstop M Mbackstop
backstop as he passed spoiling the throw throwAs throwA throwAs
As A Washington and Lee has canceled canceledthe cnceJ canceledthe d dthe
the game scheduled with the HUltoppers HUltoppersfor HUUoppentor
for Saturday the Blue and Gray will willMnou willu willUeeu
Mnou u with the strong Chamber of ofCoomeree ofCoJDIIft ofCommiree
Coomeree team on Georgetown Field FieldItobfrtson Jleldltobet Fielditobrtioa
Itobfrtson oa ran all slithe the way wa to to the thestands theadI theItandi
stands back of first base in the fourth fourthsession fourthIIe8ton fourthenlon
session to catch Sitterdinss SlUerd foul sky skyscraper lItytteraJer skyscraper ¬
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Seifert was waalalt Mt by a pitched ball twice twicemaking t twicemaking wle wlemaJdIw
making little Ik or no effort to avoid the thesphere tbebeN thesphere
sphere beN as it cam came up to the Lb plate and andUmpire andUmpire
Umpire Belts refused ref to let him take his hisbase hisbase I
base whereupon he struck a Napoleon Napoleonlike Napoleonlike I I
like attitude and poured forth his wrath wrathupon wrathupon I
upon the head of the umpire um He H was so soindignant 81nt a aindignant
indignant nt at what he thought was w a pure purecase j jcase tCUlt
case of Injustice that he b was actually actuallyfunny actuallyfunny ctuall I Ifunny
funny and nd Betts tts gave ve him the laugh laughFeenan JaushPeenan laughFeenan
Feenan drove one to Hartsel m In the thefifth th thIfth thefifth
fifth that nearly nearl tore his glove Ioye off o his hishand hishand hishand
hand but he held on to the ball ballCENTRAL banCENTRAL ballORNPRL
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Central win tine up against Western in inthe IIIthe hethe
the third game of the high h school boot bootat series seriesat seriesat
at Union League Park today and al although altbouch although ¬
though the Western boys have a veteran veteranteam veteranteam eteranteam
team the followers of the Blue and andWhite adWhite endWhite
White are e confident that with Boteter in intbe titthe inthe
the box they will be able to overcome C this thJIIhaadlcap thishandicap thishandicap
handicap handicapBoteler haadlcapBotto handicapBoteler
Boteler Botto has shown in the games be has haspitched bupttcbed haspItched
pitched thus far that he h Is a classy classytwirler cluqtwtrler cleesytwirler
twirler and Central followers are pinning pinningtheir pIa pIatbelr pinningtheir
their hopes for a a champion team t to then thenpitcher Uadrpltehft theirpitcher
pitcher pitcherTbe pltehftTb pitcherThe
The Tb fact that the BueI Business FLIP School Schoolteam Schoolteam SChOOlteam
team won the tb pennant last season and Is Isagain Jaapln Isagain
again a a contender this year has g gto served servedto aervedto
to stimulate the interest In the high highschool hlebJlChooI highschool
school series and nd even up the champion championship cbaaaploaIIhtp championship ¬
ship contests and Central is out after afterfirst afterfirst tter tterfirst
I first honors this thi year ear In earnest earnestThe MmNtThe OtrflOStThe
I The outcome of today todays battle will ill be beinteresting beInter beInteresting
interesting Inter Ung Inasmuch as It is the first flrstgame autsa firstgamo
I game for Western while Central has hasbeaten hasbMtfl1 hasbeaten
beaten Tech and Business has easily dis disposed dIepc disposed ¬
posed of Eastern EasternThe Eatentrile EasternThe
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The game today to ay will start at 1J 1Joclock JJI JJIoclock 3aoclock
i oclock and Shorty Hughes Hu will um umpire umpire urnp1cc ¬
i pire
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Miscellaneous Tcnm AVinn AVinnAfter WiiieAfter Vln VlnAlter
After more than a week w k of enforced enforcedidleness enforcedh1Ieneu enforcedIdleness
idleness because of the th persistent tent rains rainsand rainsaad rainsamI
and resultant bad Srout grounds d8 the City Post Postoffice Poetoftke Post0111cc
office Baseball League Lea resumed Tl UmOO its sched schedule sehdule schedule ¬
ule Wednesday the 27th th instant on the theMonument theMonwn theMonument
Monwn Monument lnt < Grounds with a game s m6 between betweenthe Mtwcenthe betweenthe
the Carriers and Miscellaneous teems teemsAfter t tAfter teemsAfter
After six innings of play the Miscellane Miscellaneous Miaceilaneon ¬
ous 0 on team with Knockey pitching and andHoffman AndHoffman andHoffman
Hoffman catching catchl l were ere victorious by by8COre a ascore ascore
score of T i to 1 Knockey held the tb oppos opposing opposIng opposlag ¬
ing batsmen batlm U safe at all times but few fewhits fewhlta fewhits
hits being registered off his delivery deliveryWinkieman tleUer tleUerInkleman delIveryWinkleman
l Winkieman Inkleman and Poston the Carriers bat battery battery battery ¬
tery also performed well wellBoth well wellBoUr wellIlotn
Both pitchers had ha to contend with th a awet Awet awet
wet ball as the th result of Its unavoidable unavoidablesubmersion una unavoklbhespbmerslon void voidbmprslon
submersion into the various puddles that thatwere thatwere thatwere
were distributed over th the diamond but all allthings allthings U Utbln
tbln things s considered col idered a very creditable cre 1table ox exhibition oxhlblUon oxhibitlon ¬
hibition wan presented and promise proml of ofsome ofiOmc ofsome
some exciting games before the termina termination termlntion terminathen ¬
tion of the schedule i II bright brightThe brishtThe brightThe
The next scheduled game ame takes place placetoday placetoda placetody
today todayTWOKEW toda todyTWONEW
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TWOKEW MEN FOR DOVES DOVESPl DOVESPlttJl1mr DOVESPiItsbur
Pl PlttJl1mr t lMirff Trades rrnle Slinrpc Shnrl nnd Frock Frockfor Prockror Frockfor
for Kirli White WhiteBoston VhltcBo VlIteBoston
Boston Bo ton April SS SThe The TheBo8ton fioston National NationalLeague NationalIeaue NationalIeague
League club elubtoda today made a deal with the thePittsbur thePIUsburg thePittsburg
Pittsbur PIUsburg club whereby Boston gets getsFirst ets etsFirst
First Baseman Bud Sharpe and a pitcher pltcberSam pitcherSam
Sam Frock in exchange for Pitcher Kfrb KfrbWhite I KtrbWhite lTb lTbWhite
White This Thl deal has been hanging tire ftrefor tireCor tirefor
for some lime because becau e Manager Man8 Er Clarke in insisted Inslsted Inslated ¬
slated on giving both of his first base basemen oosemtn basemen ¬
men Sharps and Flynn a thorough trial trialAiw4ays trial trialAI trialAhsays
Aiw4ays AI ays the Same SamsTharps SameTharps SameTharps
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The unusually high arch high military heel close fitting 1itt g ankle ankleslightly ankleslightly ankleslightly
slightly elevated toe It is refreshing in its originality originalitydean originalitydeancut clean cleancut
cut and distinctly smart in every line You will not find any anything anything n nthing ¬
thing like it in town Its the t newest est thing in Tecks All Allleathers Alll Allleathersand
leathers l leathersand thersand and the price is 350 350e 350Ve 350 350We
We Ve e give the most careful attention to mail orders ordersHeadtoFoot ordersII ordersI
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ELBERFELDS TRICK SAVED SAVEDDAY SAVEDD SAVEDDAY
DAY D Y FOR THE NATIONALSKid NATIONALS
iKid Kid Shows How to Fool the Umpires and Get Away AwayWith AvsyVith AwayWith
With It ItLelivelts Lelivelt1 s Remarkable Feat
They talk about a ball club pulling off offinside offtuIcIe offinside
inside baseball and winning winalagganwa IDA games by head headwork headwork headwork
work but when you come OllIe right down do to tosases topod toease
ease good head work is mostly m get gettins aettIDe getthug
tins tIDe away wy with it itKid It ItKIcI ItKid
Kid ElberMd E1 displayed good bead work workin workIn workIn
in the tenth inning inni l of yesterdays game gameagainst pmeiut gameagainst
against iut Boston by y grabbing hold of ofSpeakers ofSpeskers ofSpeakers
Speakers leg and nd keeping kHPi him chained ebalDedto ebalDedtotile to tothe tothe
the bag until the ball baD which btdt had rolled rolledto roUedt
to the grand d stand was recovered NCOftleClWaIW by byWalter byWftr
Walter Johnson JohnsonTn JoIauoDlittle
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Tn little utti trick tii saved vedue vedueWt811 the game for forWaahtaitton forWashIngton
WashIngton simply because EnwrieU EnwrieUy get getaway
I away y with It and be did some chain chainttghtning ebIdaminC chainlightning
lightning minC thinking thtnkln in figurine it ont ontHeres oatI outHeres
I Heres Here bow the incident b happened Speak Speaker Speakof ¬
IS er ted off the tbeto tenth with a clean single singleto singleto
to right and Stahl smashed a beauty beautythrough Maut besutythrough I Ithroush
through McBride into Milans hlans territory lerrItOrySpeaker j jSpeaker ISpeaker
Speaker who is fast on the bases darted dartedfor dartedfor
for third Milans MUanstb1Ow throw waV was low and andSpeaker andSpeaker andSpeaker I
Speaker slid into tbe bag Elberfeld b5ft4 maofe maofeno in6eno I IDO
no effort to stop stopte the ball but roiled toa toatop miledtop on ontop
top of Speaker While Wht Johnson Job who whowas wboWilS whowas
was running in to back up the throw throwstarted tbIowatter throwstarted
started after the baR Speaker attempted attemptedto
to scramble ramble onto hto b hi pins Elberfeld ElberfeldTabbed Elberfeldabbed Elberfeldgrabbed
Tabbed him by the ankle first hems hemscareful belqcaretut beingcaroM
careful to throw his hi body between Speak Speaker ¬
er and rmplre Eamns Epa vision Egan Epuawatehic was waswatching waswatching
watching Stahl going SO = down dow1tto to second secondand MeeDdand secondand
and Evans Evaa who was behind the bat batcould hatcould t tcould
could not see what was going on at atthird atthird atthird
third thirdThe thirdTae thirdrue
The trick wms witnessed by every ent7bfto mem member asemher ¬
her of the Boston club from the Red Sox Soxbench Soxbench Sonbench
bench and nd also by the be newspaper MW men mentookias me me1ookIa menlooking
1ookIa looking down from the press box but It Itwas Itwas itwas
was so neatly done that both mnptre mnptrewere umpirenwere eIi eIiwe
were we caught napping nappingIn nappl napplIn nappingIn
In order to clinch matters while in inentire the tbfaenUre theentire
entire Boston club ran protesting to Um Umpire 1mpare tmpirt ¬
pare Egan the Tabasco Kid Joined in the thethrong thethroG thethrong
throng < and cried rI4d Hey Egan Speaker Speakerblocked Speakerblocked Speakerblocked
blocked me so I couldnt go alter the theball thebaJl theball
ball baJlElbertelcl
ballElberfeld
Elberfeld took a a deCperate chance for forbad forhad forbad
bad either umpire seen > the trick there therewould therewould therewould
would have been nothing aetbIn to do but send sendSpeaker eeDdSpeaker sendSpeaker
Speaker home with what would have haveproved haveproved haveproved
proved the winning < run runIn runIn runIn
In such tight ti ht places as mentioned m Ia the theforegoing tiletonwoln theforegoing
foregoing < the veteran vet a shows his btsOIth btsOIthOff worth worthover worthover
over the bush leaguer I Elberfeld E1berfeldtook took a achance acbanct achance
chance used his head and got away awaywith awaywith wr wrwltb
with it itCharley It ItChstiey
ItCharie1
Charley Smith the former Nationals Nationalstwirler XtioDaJab1rl Nationalstwirler
twirler t whom hoM It wilt wtllM be remembered rememberedwas reredYo rememberedus
was Yo traded with vit a bunch of money to the theBoeten theD theBoston
Boston D club last August A for Doc Gender Geesleris
is here with the Red Sox and says 75 be belooks belooks behooks
looks forward to the best season in his hisbig hisbit hisbit
bit league career Smith declared last lastnight lutnicht lastnight
night that in his mind the National were wereK werez
K per cent stronger than at any y time tunehe timehe timehe
he played with them H Ho paid Milan the thefollowing thefollo1n thefollowing
following follo1n compliment complimentI
001 I never saw w such improvement in a aman aman a amiii
man in my life Cant realise rea R that Milan Milanis lUJanl MilanIs
is l the same fellow I used to play with withHe withHe Uh UhHe
He was always a a great t fielder but just justsee Just1M justale
see how bo he te hitting b1tlt Ill bet lees be made mademore mademor6 mademore
more hits hit5 already alr than be bed4d tUd during duringthe chlrinctbe durIngthe
the first two t we months mont last y yr ar Guest GuestilcAker G GIC6 GuessMcAIcr
ilcAker IC6 leer has ha had something Hm6 te do with withthis withthis WI WItbtL
this thisLelivolts
tbtLLeltvelt
Lelivelts feat of wmnehhur oat the thetimely thetimely thetimely
timely hit bt Hi the twelfth tWt taat broke up upthe upthe upthe
the game glme Is AU Use 0 wore remarkable r mble for forthe forthe forthe
the reason that LoHveU is supposedly otll a aweak awoak aweek
weak hitter hitt against southiNW hungers ntngersHe alD8enaHe hungersHe
He has always found them hard to solve solveami solveand
and 1 last year CanUlton frequently laid laidhim laidhint laIdhim
him oft when It was known that a a left lefthander Jetthander leftharder ¬
hander would twirl for the theteam opposing opposingteam opposingtesm
team teamManager tesmMezmager
teamau8ser
Manager au8ser Me leAl McAloer A leer explained last la night nightthat nightthat t tthat
that the principal reason lefthand n bat batters 1Iatt8lS battern ¬
tern fail to connect against southpaw southpawboxmen southpawboxmen tw twbo
boxmen bo men was because beca UN they were so ac accustomed Me Mecustom8d accuntomed ¬
customed to having ha 1nc the t ban come hi to tothem toth tothem
them th m that when hen it Tailed ned the other way waythey waytho waythey
they tho could not gauge p e the distance distanceLelivelts ctletaaceLeUyeW distanceLelivelts
Lelivelts determination to 1 bit safely safelycoupled safelycoupled flll1 flll1coupl
coupled coupl d with his fine eye and judgment judgmentsaved judctsaoo Judgmentsaved
saved the day yesterday and In addition additionfilled additionnlled additionfilled
filled him with confidence conftden all of which whichwill htch htchwill kb kbwill
will help later when other lefthand Jdabmen stabmen stab siabmeti
men make their t ir appearance appearanceThe appearanceThe ppearan ppearanThe
The oft time fatal mistake of a base baseball bueball baseball ¬
ball manager releasing rel aa1ng on of his hi best bestplayers bestpla bestDlayers
players pla crs suddenly to some other team be
cause 55p of o either a slump in his batting or ora ora ora
a falling fUih < off in his fielding temporarily temnomrUyis
is well w U illustrated in ihe be release Ieue by the theBoston tIaeB theBoston
Boston B American Red Rec Sox of Fielder FielderHarry Jllel FielderHarry er erHartT
Harry Wolter to the Yankees YankeesWoher YaIteeaWolter YankeesWelter
Welter bad been goto going back a tfute had in inboth InbotJt Inboth
both stick and Held w work and wa w cast castadrift eastacIritt castadrift
adrift hsr k the manager of the Boston BostonSpeed tomm tommSpeed J JSpeed
Speed Boys he was immediately picked up upby upb upby
by b the manager of the Broadway boys hoysand boyssaid fa fadetailed
and detailed to the right garden ardm of that thatcluh thatchait thatclub
club chaitIt cluhII
II to mom ea thast tfayt Bah Ih Groom GroomwhOe 0W4 awtB Oo n nw
wtB w try HI stop ue be BIt RSar Sale dav davwblle today todaywhile
while Manager Donovan wfll WII ba bablUt m II aH 1 probe probability probebility ¬
bility blUt use either Cfcotte OP Karger KargerAnd KuwAnd KarperAnd
And the first crack oat of the box he heproved heprov heproved
proved prov himself hlmHlfthe the mam maID mualniactor factor la the de decisive d dc decslve ¬
cisive c hf defeat feat of his kh former team when whenthey whenthe whenthey
they the clashed ashed with the he Yankees in which whichgame whichPIM whichgame
game he tore off o a redhot bot line drrv drive that thatcaromed thatcaromed thatcaromed
caromed out to the left Held Id fence and andHarry andHarry andHarry
Harry breezed in under the wire wiretroes emer wider a astrong a astrong
strong pull landing netl the winning wiI run runThe IULThe runThe
The Chicago Cube have now on their ifeeirstaff tJwlreta theirstaff
staff eta two socalled Ied spitball pitchers They Theyare TtI Theyare y J Jare
are Harry McIntyre formerly at the theBrooklyn theBIQOklyo theBrQoklyn
Brooklyn Superbas and Alex Canon Oxvonwho Canonbo COrsoztwho
who bo was drafted from f the Bejrtfami 1tk duIII club clubof cluhthe clubof
of the Pacific Pacific Coast Vsjg Ionge a These are arethe arethe re reI
the only moist 1DOI8 lh lil artiste art who have been beenon bEenIon beenon
I on Murphys urphys pitching stmY st < since the days daysof da daisof s sDC
Ion
of Chick Frasw who was tnmed twIteIIOft over to toa toa toa
a a minor league Ie club som time ago agoRomney OWV agoRosnimey
I Iir
Romney W WV Va April 27 WO WOMr 10 10Mr
Mr William W111 Beet Sporting Editor Wash Washington Washlupon Washtngton ¬
ington Herald H HersitDear HeraldDear aId aIdD
Dear Sir Please say M what the umpire ugI umpiresdecision s sdecision
I decision Iston would be in the foHowtoa tOHowt actual actualplay adualI actualplay
I play A is at Arst base and B makes Uk a ahigh aI ahigh
high fly which falls Just J back dt oC first firstbaa 1trstbase firstbane
I base baa and the baseman purposely drops 1t 1tintending 1tiJn itIntending
iJn intending t tefcwee fo ce A to second base he herecovers herecovers
recovers the ball In time to touch flr first firsthas t tbaas tbefore
1 baas has before B reaches it it and then MId JleidbaU deldball
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ball to second baseman man before A reaches reachrsthat lch lchthat reachesthat
I that base and baseman does not touiii touiiiMm oUl1Idaa touc i ihim
Mm this I know would not be necessary necessaryif
if B is i not regarded r as out at first be because bfocaPe because ¬
cause Vhe khe be ball was purposely purpo eIy dropped droppedThe dreppedlThe thoppedThe >
The umpire at first base decided that no noone noone noone
one was out out because the ball was pur purposely purIy purpoorly ¬
poorly Iy dropped Players to field fteIcIthat claimed claimedthat claimedthat
that two were out I claim that th only y B Brunner Brunner Brunner
runner to first base was out outTbe Ut UtThe t tThe
The last paragraph pb of section X 1 under undererrors undererrors
J Jenont
errors says In event of a fielder drop dropping dropping dropping ¬
ping a a fly but recovering the ball in intime IntlBM intime
time to force t a runner at another base basehe buehe basebe
he shall han be exempted from rom an error the thoplay thepia theplay
play pia bete be being scored a u a forceout There Thereis 1h e eis
is nothing in this PrOhibiting the drop dropping IIroppI dropping ¬
ping pI of ottbe the ball purposely purposelyThanklof purpollelyTIuu1Itba purposelyThanking
Thanking you in advance d for your an answer answer answer ¬
swer I am yours very truly trulyKDW trubJClW trulywn
KDW L 1 1 CHAWS CHAWSP CHAltIp
P S 51 I root for the Nationals X and do donot doaot j jnot
not like Ilk to see them sitting en the cellar cellardoor cellardoor cellardoor
door so early y in the theATbe season seasonAnswer seasonAnswerThe
Answer ATbe The umpire would decr the thebatter thebat thehatl
batter bat out for purposely dropping the thebaU thebat thebail
bail bat and the man would be sal enfb ftl at Me MeGOSSIP seemat ec ecGOSSIP
mat
GOSSIP OF THE BOXERS BOXERSTwo BOXERSTo BOXERSTwo
Two more Britishers are earning over overto overto overto
to set the money They are Sammy SaMIa Kel Keller Kelere KelIcy ¬
Icy ere US Uipou 113pound pounds and Matt WeMea W a light Mghtwebcht IIgbtwht lightweight
weight They are doe do in New N W York Sat Saturday SatY SatIa Saturday ¬
urday urdayIn urdayIn Y
In beating bea Johnny Coolest m in such nehtMrOUSh a athorough a athorough
thorough manner Fnutkle FrtlJ tlf Bums seems seemsto aeeflto mll mllto
to have as much right if not a better betterone betttroae betterone
one to call himself hlm elf the bantam cham champion tbampieR cbarnplon ¬
pieR of this country COWl try Confers title wa wanever Wb WbQr waneor
never Qr clear and whejt wbet he made the thewht thept theSigbt
wht Sigbt pt 11 115 pounds tnsiad lnad of the t tnlaed reeog reeognhisd ree reenised °
nhisd limit l of l1I fl IIS ke left himself U open openfor optnt opentt
for t some disastroWs d1aastrw comebacks One of ofthese ofthase ofthse
these will m surely be handed to him by byBurns bYBurna byfltwn
Burns fltwn It he wants aRts a fight with the Jer Jersey JerMY Jersoy ¬
soy City lad again In Its It a cinch that he hewill hewUl hewill
will have Ra v to box bo at IK pounds ringside ringsideJimmy rlngsIdJbnney e eJimmy
Jimmy Johnson is in New X York telling tellincpeople temn tellingpeople I Ipeople
people that Sailor Burke has h agreed a eOO to tobox toI tobox
box ho Dixie KM as soon as he has Ii recov recovers reeo reeoerfld recovcreel ¬
I ers creel from 6 m a slight tI ht cold that is bothering botheringhim botheringhim botheringhim
him Johnson is I also saying that the theTar theTar theTar
Tar will knock the colored man out

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