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THE WASHINGTON HERALD SATURDAY MAY 7 1910 1910EVEN 1910I 1910EVEN
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I EVEN WITH WITHiJOHN JOHNSON N IN BOX NATIONALS LOSE GAME
The Largest and Busiest Tailors in Town TowniPpt TownAre TownAt
Are JPI iPpt v You YouAwake I ftll U UAwake
Awake AwakeAt
At the si Sign of olh the Moon MoonScores MoonScores r
I Scores of wideawake men are putting us to t the test every everyday eerycIa everyday
day cIa They were skeptical skepticallike like you youat at first firstdichlt didnt think we could couldpossibly couldpossibly couldpossibly
possibly make good our offer But they CAME CA CAMEthey Ethey they saw sawthey sawtheyorderednow sawtheyorderednow they theyordered
ordered orderednow now they are telling their friends who made that swell swellallwool swel1allwool swellallwool
allwool 20 Suit for 1250 1250Over 1250Over 1250Over
Over 100 1 00 Different Uptodate Allwool AllwoolSuitings AllwooSuitings AllwoolSuitings
Suitings to Choose from at This Price Alone AloneALLWOOL Aloned AloneALLWOOL
ALLWOOL SUITINGS SUITINGSMade T N 1 12 2 5 0 0Covered 0Made
Made d t to Order r for forCovered r rCovered II
Covered by the Hertz ironbound guarantee of complete satisfaction satisfactionor
or no charge chargeOur chargeI chargeOur
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Our Famous Royal Blue Serge Suit Suitto A Ato
1 1000 1000Fine 0 Oft
I to Your Order and Guaranteed for I Vi ViIfnc V VFine I
Fine Impoted Imp ted Suitings to Order for 20 to 35 Samples Gladly GladlySent GladlySent GladlySent
Sent on Request RequestMERTZ RequestMERTZ BequestMERTZ
MERTZ MERTZ 00 906 F ST STMANY STMANY STMA
MANY MA N Y BELIEVE B ELIE VE KILLIFERSHOULD KILLIFERSHOULD KILLIFER KILLIFERSHOULD
SHOULD REPLACE SCHAEFER SCHAEFERNationals SCHAEFERNationals SCHAEFERNationals
Nationals 2 o oClock Clock Infield Given Chance Chanceto to Show ShowWhat ShowWhat ShowWhat
What They Could Do Other Gossip
By D 1VIiaIAM IIIIAI IEET PBETManager IEETIana IEETManager
Manager Iana er Jimmy McAleer has at last put putInto putInto putinto
Into effect tre < t his 2 oclock Intlold and evi evidently e1l evilently ¬
dently l ntly was growing owlng desperate hopinir hopiniragainst hopl hophagainst l lagainst
against hope that the change cnan e would mean meanbelter meanbetter meanbetter
better luck luckThe luckThe luckThe
The local fails have ive doubtlww never neverlieard neverlH neverearti
lieard lH earti ar1 of Washingtons Vashln ous 2 oclock Inftekf Inftekfyet Infteklyet IneMyet
yet the player have long ago a o dublwd dublwdCrooks dublHM1rooks dubbe1Crooks
Crooks rooks Kllllfer and Conroy Conro athe the early earlyinfield earlyInflehl erbinfleki
infield for tho reason that this combina combination combination combination ¬
tion is I always doing bvsineflc for batting battingpractice battln battlnpractice betttngpractice
practice and te I on tlw th job before Schae Schaefor Schaet Schafer
for t < t Elberfeld and nd ITnglaub show hOw up upEven upEven upEven
Even this combination with Johnson In Inthe Inthe n nthe
the box failed to stop the Athletic AthleticThere AthleticsThere AthletlcsThera
There are many who believe today todaythat to todaythat day daythat
that Kllllfer should be played regularly regularlyat
at Jecond ba bfM b Instead In8tea < < of Schaefer In Infact Infact Infact
fact tho writer has talked with many inanyoldtime manyoldtime manyoldtime
oldtime fan fans who declare that Ger Germany German Getmany ¬
many man should give Ive way to a younger youngerman you youngerman er erman
man Be this as it may ma Manager Mc McAleer McMeer Ic IcAlelr ¬
Aleer has been In the game long enough enoughto enouhto
to know what he Is doing and the fans fanscan fansCAn fanscan
can rest assured that Washington will willhave willhae willhave
have the beat b t team he can give them themIf themIf themIf
If the man who s sent nt the writer a letter lettercontaining lottercontaining lettercontaining
containing a lot of asinine comment on onthe onth onth
the th Nationals had the nerve to sign his hisname It Itname hisname
name and addroes instead of closing cloetn his hteepistle hisepistle hisepistle
epistle with Yours truly Persecuted PersecutedFan PersecutedFan PersecutedFan
Fan he would be told a a lot of interest interestIng InterestIng InterestIng
Ing facts about oot the Washington club of ofwhich orwhich ofwhich
which he appears to bo in total ignor ignorThe I Ignorance nor noronce
once onceThe anceThe
The writer is In receipt of a II long letter letterfrom lelterrom lettir lettirfrom
from rom a fan who signs sign himself H M MAtlee MAtlee r rAtlee
Atlee and who declares that the man management Jrnln8gem managemont ¬
agement 8gem nt is to blamo for the poor show showreason showIng showIng
Ing or the Natlonal NatLonaIsthIs this season for or the thoTeason thereason
reason that said aId management ma hgement refuses to tospend tospEn tospend
spend spEn < l money for players This Is abso absolutely absolutel absolutely ¬
lutely lutel untrue and if I Mr Atlee or any anyVEPRH An AnWESjERN anyESERN
VEPRH ESERN DEFEATS BUSINESS BUSINESSRed
Red and White Team Triumphs in inLoosely inLoosely inLoosely
Loosely Played Game GameUotli GameDoth Gameliolli
Doth Sides Exhibit Wretched rctchctl Field FleldIngr Flcldlng FieldIng
Ingr lint Stenographers Er Errors Errors Errors ¬
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Western High School upset up et all calcula calculations calculations calculations ¬
tions yesterday yc terday by defeating Business In Ina Ina Ina
a loosely played pI8 ed contest at Union Un Ian League LeaguePark LeaguePark LeaguePark
Park 6 to 5 5Pitcher 5PItcher 5Pitcher
Pitcher Burley Burlo of the Stenographers Stenographerswas
was as wild and Ineffective and taken out outIn outin outIn
In the third inning McCarthy who re replaced replaced roplaced ¬
placed him did better and would have haowon havewon navo navowon
won his game had he been properly sup supported supported supported ¬
ported As for poor support the same samemight samemight samemight
might be said of Todd the Western Westerntwlrler Wotarntwirler Y Stern Sterntwirler
twirler but the errors behind him did didnot didnot dIdnot
not prove as costly co tly as tho Rhode Island Islandavenue blAndavenue Islandavenue
avenue boys boysCapt bosCapt boysCapt
Capt Davis at third and Eddie Naugh Naughton Naughton Naughton
ton behind the bat did the best work for forBusiness forBusiness forBusiness
Business while Toods pitching for West Western WestFj Vestern ¬
Fj ern em was 15 giltedged giltedgedThe gUtegedThe giltedgedThe
The Stenographers have hll 0 no excuses to tooffer tootIer tooffer
offer they wore bitterly bltterl disappointed at atlosing atlosing atlosing
losing and are determined to work harder harderthan harderthan Ilardorthan
than ever to beat Technical and Central CentralScore CentntlScoro CentralScore
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bod body else can show how the management managementwhere muUllementwhere managementwhere
where a good ood player pla er can be obtained for forcash Corcash forcash
cash the money will 111 be forthcoming CorthcoI In intwinkling a atwinkling atwlnkllns
twinkling The Washington management managementwill maultanentwill managementwill
will go o just as a far a as any club in UM UMAmerican tMmerican theAmerican
American League for talent in spite of ofwhat oCwhat ofwhat
what aom some me of the fans may think thinkThe thinkThe thinkThe
The Nationals and Athletics thlot meet in inPhiladelphia InPhIladelphia InPhIladelphia
Philadelphia again a ln today to day and Mondv MondvThe Iond IondThe IondtvThe
The Chicago Chlca White Sox are here Tues Tuesday TuC TuCday Tueaday ¬
day for a series of four games gamesPresident gamesPresident ameI ameIPrealdent
President Thomas Lynch of the Na National National National ¬
tional League is going ftg West VMt next week weekto weekto weekto
to make a tour of the th Western storn cities and andto andto anzIto
to observe the work of his umpires umpiresLynch umptreI umpiresLynch
Lynch I ynch has not n t traveled west we t of the Allev Allevghenies AlleJhenlcs AI1egheules
ghenies since nee he quit umpiring ten years yearsago yearsaso yearsago
ago and of course the magnificent ua < < ulftcent baH baeeball baHball baseball
ball plants In Fittsburg PlttRur Cincinnati St StLouis StLouIs StLouis
Louis and Chicago will 111 be new ne to him himj himI himSa1s himSays
I j n nSays
Says Elmer Bates in the Cleveland ClevelandIader ClevelandLender j jLeader
Leader There awe r no home umpires umpiresany umplrNan umpiresany
any an mOre m re There are not many home homecrowds homecrowdserowdfJ homecrowdscrowds
crowds crowdserowdfJ crowds unable to He any An merit meritin meritIn meritin
in the th opposition opp ttton But it is a still a fact factthat faetthat factthat
that many man a ball team plays a much muchhigher muchbi muchhigher
higher bi her class of ball on the road ro d than it itdoes Itdo itdoes
does do at home IlOJt1e What hat is the answer answerLou answerLou answerLou
Lou Criger CrI r of the New Xe York Yankees Yankeesis
is being beln saved up for the warm arm weather weatherHe weatherHe weatherHe
He never did like the idea k1e of working orking in inthe Inthe inthe
the cold and since JBd Sweeney is per performing performing performing ¬
forming well enough to meet all require requirements requlremBnt requireinonts ¬
ments Stalling te holding the veteran veteranback nteranback veteranback
back backSays backSays backSays
Says an exchange in speaking of the theNationalAthletics the1atlonalAthJeUCI theNationalAthletics
NationalAthletics game ame Thursday ThurlKla Some Somegorgeous Somogorgeoui Somegorgeous
gorgeous errors and a II few wild 11el throws throwsmade throwsmde throwsmade
made the Washington nino look very verycheap yryclump verycheep
cheap but despite their poor showing showingStreet MOWingStreet showingStreet
Street caught a H good game and ane threw threwwell threwwell threwwell
well to bases basesPREDERICK buesI buesFREDERICK basesTREDERICK
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FREDERICK Y M C A WIN WINDovrn WINI WINDown
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Down Washington College Col1e e of Chci Chcitcrtown Ghe Gheterton Chestertown
tcrtown by b 10 to 1 1Special 1Special 1to
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Special tn t TIle Wt Yaabingt6n Herald HeraldFrederick lIeraldFrederick heraldFrederick
Frederick Md May Ja 5 CThe The Frederick FrederickY
Y 1 M r C A had Im an easy time defeating defeatingWashington defeatingashlngton defeatingWashington
Washington College of Chestertown at atAthletic atAthletic atAthletic
Athletic Park this thl afternoon 10 to 1 The Thegame Thegame Thegame
game was WR a jjrotty protty contest up to the thefourth thetourth thefourth
fourth inning when a foul oul Up broke brokeKnotts brokeKnotts brokeKnotts
Knotts finger incapacitating InCitpacltatln him the theremainder theremalnller theremainder
remainder of the game 8AI The home team teamhowever totmhowcyer teamhowever
however outplayed the visitors Ana anflwon Anaon andon
won on without trouble Manager Baughman Baughmanhag Baughmanhas Baughmanha
hag ha decided that Saturdays Snturd s will here hereafter hereafter hereafter ¬
after be known as ladies clay la when whenthe whontho whenthe
the fair air sex will vill l he > o admitted to the game gamefreo gametreo gamefree
free of charge The first game under the thenew thonew thenew
new rule will be tomorrow with Rock RockHill RockHUl RockHIll
Hill College Score ScoreFrederick ScoreJo ScoreFrederick
Frederick Jo k III IlII It H 0 A E 1 I Washington Wu inlton It II OA O I E EaUin
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Morgan ac 11662 1 1 6 6 2 Porter 100 < < lb 0 1 7 0 H
Oittinaer rf 22109 2 1 O 0 Wallace 3fa 3 0 1 0 1 0 IIlrJotW
Malone lrJotW lb 31901 3 1 9 0 1 Turner If 00100 0 0 Q 0 0
Hyer 3b 11231 1 1 2 3 I Drown rf 01301 0 0 3 0 I
Pearce cf c 0 1 2 1 I Kelley KellPrb KeIIe 2b 12020 1 2 0 0
Merchant p 0 1 0 1 0 Colbunvp CoIbum 1 01230 01230Total 0 1 2 3 0 0TotaJ8 0Totals
Total MUSH 1 10 11 Z 11 4 Total 1 7 HI 31 11 11Frederick 1 3 3FrtlJerkk 3Frederick
Frederick Y M 1 C A 18034020 1 e 0 3 4 0 2 0 xM xMWaahincton xl00Wublngton x141Vaahlngton
Waahincton College 8060061001 8060061001Twobase CI 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1TwobcYe 1Twobase
Twobase bltellyrd 21 MerobftBt Pearee Kelley
Collwrn Struck wit MltDr By Merchant 4 by b bburn Cell ColIwrn Cellbum
bum 4 Kue on battaOff Merchant 2 off Cot Cotbum ColJum Cclburn
bum Jum L 1 L Left ft on bases bae5Fredlriek Frederick f WashIngton WathiogtonColkpc WalhlDtonColko WashIngtonCollege
College 8 Double > pteyftColburn to Porter Porter1earoe lorttrleare8 lorterlmrce
1earoe to Morgan Wild 1I4 pitchMerchant Hit by bypitcher b1pltcherUrer bypltthirItyer
pitcher pltcherUrer Hyer Stoles baaes buesXaltfn Nallin Peastcr flyer ItyerJittinRer nrerUlttln flyerlttlnger
Ulttln JittinRer rr Malone Sa SacrifIce < riflcc hltPeatter Umpire UmpireMr UmpireIr UmplreMr
Mr Ir Johnson Jo nIOn Time of Kme Jltmel 1 hour and M 1 minutes mimiteiJOIN minutesJOIN msinutesF0IN
JOIN ATHLETIC EVENTS EVENTSColiimliln EVENTSColumlln EVENTSColumbia
Columbia Tnrnvcreln Will 111 Compete Competeon
on Fourth of July JulyThe Jul JulThe IiilyThe
The Columbia Turnverein has heartily heartilyindorsed hoartIJ hoartIJIndorSeii heartilyIndorSed
indorsed the District plans for a safe safeand sareamI safeand
and sane Fourth which will be cele celebrated celebrated colebrated ¬
brated by athletic events In the Potomac PotomacPark PotomacPArk PotomacPark
Park ParkThe PArkThe ParkThe
The active members of the Turnverein Turnvereinwill Turnvorelnwill Turnverelnwill
will compete in the th sports on Inde Independence Inc1eponc1eneo Indepondenco ¬
pendence Day and they the will start their theiroutdoor theiroutdoQr theiroutdrnir
outdoor training at an early date Tho Thoflrst Thofirst Thefirst
first stop In that direction will be taken takenon takenon takenon
on Sunday Sunda when they the will walk wa to toGerstenbergs toGerstenbergs toGerstenbergs
Gerstenbergs farm and return OnMay OnMayIS On May MayIs
IS the Columbia Turnverein will give an anexcursion anexcursion anexcursion
excursion to Chesapeake Boach whore whorethe whorethe h010 h010the
the members will give an athletic exhi exhibition exhibition cxliibitlon ¬
bition
Stannion SI l A Wins WinsSpecial VlmlS VlnnSpecial
S Special I to The Wfishintfon WRshl Herald HeraldStaunton HerakStaunton hIctakiStaunton
Staunton Va May CIn a 1 champion championship champion championship championship ¬
ship game here today Staunton MlHJ MlHJtary 31111 31111tary Im Imlary
tary Academy won from Augusta Mili Military 1nUtar Mliitary ¬
tary tar Academy Aondem In tho ninth Inning Score
4 to 3 Grief for tho locals fanned fannedtwelve tannedtwe1e fannedtwelve
twelve men
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ATHLETICS RALLY RALLYIN RALLYIN RALLY1I
IN 1I NINTH MMThree MM tNNINGfhree flllui1GThree
Three Singles Beat Nationals Nationalsin
in Close Scrimmage ScrimmageKKATISES ScrimmageKRAUSES ScrimmageKRAUSES
KRAUSES WORK DOES TRICK TRICKIIcslilcM TRICKi TRICKIltchhu TRICKBesides
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Besides Pltclilnir Kl KlAKiiIust BfTetthc Bali DnllAJuhut BaliAgainst
Against I IOCIIIH < OUIIN Young Youn 1urtNldcr 1urtNldcrInUcN lorbldertnl lortsiderIztlces
InUcN tnl e Three of Tcniun lcnll Twelve Twelvelilts rwcheJIlt rwclsehits
lilts JIlt nnil ZUlu ScorcH Deelilinir linn linnoliiiHon Uunnlllllmn ltmzimI
I oliiiHon Him Two Unit Iiuiln Innlng5 Innlng5I limimlugsStwMi x xSprcfal
I Sprcfal to The WaAlDfitaH 1 U UfftJd UfftJdPhllnoJphla UscaldPhiladelphia nU nUPhiladelphia
Philadelphia May f IlIantltr Manager McAIoer McAIoermade McAloermade Ic loer loerI
I made a general shift In the lineup to tojday toI today
I jday dA day and with Walter alter Johnson his hi star starslab Stillslab starsliti
slab artist on the mound Washingtongave Washington Washingtongave Ya hfngton hfngtonI
I gave the Athletics a close elo e battle Connie ConnioMacks ConnloI ConnieMacks
I Macks facklI hustling bunch pulling the game gameout slmeout gameout
out in the ninth Inning Innln after two men menhad monhfld menhad
had been retired on three clean hit hitThe hl hlrhe hitThe
The final nal count was wa 4 to 3 3Harry 3Harr 3Harry
Harry Harr Krause < rauH the young oung portsWe POl pertaldelUnger portsWentngor takJ e eRlngor
ntngor of the White Elephants was wasdoubly wassloubly 118 118loubb
doubly responsible for tho Athletics Atbletl vic victory vietory Se Seton ¬
tory He pitched effectively effectivel when Wash Washinxton WIIInKton Washlngton
inxton seemed H m 1 bent on winning the game gameand same81Ul gameand
and he got ot three of the twelve hits made madeOff madeOtl madeoff
Off Johnson One of these was a double doublein doubleIn doublein
in the sixth when Krause ntaee scored the thehome thehome thehome
home clubs club first rst run and his hl his single > > In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the ninth was sa the starting point of the therally therally theraliy
rally which won the game gameTwo gamel1svo Amf Amfru
Two liming l lnthi lnthiJoh FatithJohnson < niai niaiJohnson
Johnson Joh flOR pitched great ball n exceptyta exceptytathe eee excopttnthe n nthe
the lifthand liftit1 tllt i antI ninth The run scored in inthe Inthe Inthe
the seventh inning was w on a scratch in inflekl Infteld Infleki
flekl hit which wa WAil W lost in a mixup be between beteen between ¬
tween Street and Johnson followed by a apoor Apoor apoor
poor bit of fielding ftek1in by Lellvelt on OkI Oldrings OkIrJugs Okirings
rings hit which went for a double scot scoring KorIng scotIng ¬
ing Strunk when It should have been beenheld beenhehl beenheld
held down to a single sI le Both pitchers pitcherswore pitchersworo pitcherswere
wore hit hard in the last half of the thegame theme thegame
game me but the Athletics thl UCl hitting hltUn proved provedthe provei1the provedthe
the more effective Johnson had seven
strike out victims in the first five In Innln InnlnQ innings
nln nlnQ g fanning Davis Murphy and Barry Barryin BarryIn BarryIn
in ordor In the second and Thomas the thefirst th8ftrat thefirst
first man up In the third thirdIn thirdIn thirdIn
In the he first wnlng IJnln a pitched ball struck struckIlartsol firuckIftrlael struckJ1arte1
Ilartsol on the th hand but Umpire Dineen Dineenrefused DineenrtfUflOd Dlneenrefused
refused to allow llow him to take his base baseand bueAnd baseand
and Hartsel struck > > out HHrtsel must musthave mu musthave t tha
have ha 0 been injured for he left the sane saneand gameand lIIe lIIeand
and Oldrlng wa wag moved over to left leftAnd field fieldand heldand
and Strunk went to center The latter hitterdid latterdkl latterdid
did fine work with the bat securing HCurln three threehits threehits threehits
hits and scoring two of the four runs runsfor ruMfor runsfor
for the Athletics AthleticsJJoth Athleticsp0th AthlelksJoth
p0th JJoth teams had chances to score in inthe Inthe inthe
the first After Milan 1I1aA fanned Collins Collinsfumbled CoIUnafumbled Collinsfumbled
fumbled Conroys Conro grounder rounder and Krause Krausemade ICrausemade raWte raWtemade
made a wild tk1 throw tbro on Lellvelfs effort effortbut etrorthut efforthut
hut the next two men popped up foul foulflies foulfllos foulflies
flies With two out ut in the Athletics half halfCollins halfCoJltns halfCoffins
Collins was safe on Killlfefs KUUCea fumble fumbleBaker fumbleBtlker fumbleBaker
Baker put him on third with a a single to toright toright toright
right but when Baker started to steal stealsecond stalseeondColiIns > > tM1 tM1seoondp1l11U1
second seoondp1l11U1 seeondColiIns Coltins was caught between third thirdand thtrdand thirdand
and homo h nie and nd retired retiredConroy retiredCeJJtro retiredConrey
Conroy CeJJtro Misses tIIC Chance ChanceIn Chl1nceIn ChanceIn
In tho third Krause singled Klllifor Kllliforfumbled KllllrorfUl Killifermuzabled
fumbled fUl bled Strunks grounder rouneler and Conroy Conroymissed CooroymiNed Conruymissed
missed a chance to retire Krause at third thirdby thirdby thirdby
by fielding Oldring OIdr1n s grounder slowly slowlyCollins 1101 1101CoUtu slowlyCollins
Collins filed out to Leltvelt and the hat Jatters hattsrs at atters
ters good throw nipped Krause at the theplate theplAte theplate
plate Fine pitching by Krause Jnua e pulled pulledtho pullooi pulledthe
i tho Athletics out of danger in the third thirdfourth thirdfourth thirdfourth
fourth and fifth innings inningsWith InningsWith InningsWith
With one out In the fifth Krause Krausodoubled lrau50doubled Krausedoubled
doubled to left and scored on Strunks Strunkstriple Strunkstriple Strunkstriple
triple down the right field foul line lineStrunk lineStrunk lineStrunk
Strunk scored on Oldrtngs OIdrtn s clean hit to toconter toconter tocenter
conter Washington scored a run in the thesixth thesixth thesixth
sixth on Conroys double and EtborfeUTs EtborfeUTssingle EIborfeldsillngle Iberfe1dssingle
single The latter went to second > > on onthe 0 0the onthe
the return to the plate but Gessler and andCrooks AndCrooks andCrooks
Crooks could not score re him himWashington himaahington himWashington
Washington tied t d the score in the soy seventh soyonth > > eY eYonth ¬
onth on Kililfers single Streets sacri sacrifice Mcnflce sacrilice ¬
lice and Johnsons single ogle The Ath Athletics Athletics th thletlc ¬
letics forged to the front again In their theirhalf theirhalt theirhalf
half after two were ouL Strunk hit one onein oneIn onein
in front of the plate and both Johnson Johnsonand JobnMnand Johnsonand
and Street tried to field it Strunk Anally Anallybeating ftna11 Anallybeating I Ibooting
beating Streets throw Oldring than hit hitone hitone I Ione
one to left which Lelivolt tried to trap trapThe trapThe trapThe
The ball 1 > 811 rolled away Lwa from fr un him and andStrunk an1Strunc an anStrunic
Strunk tallied talliedTied tlIIedTleel talliedTied
Tied Score in Eighth EighthWashington EighthWuhlngton EighthWashington
Washington again tied up in the theeighth theeighth theeighth
eighth scoring scorin a run on a II pass to t Gess Gessler Gealer GeisIcr ¬
ler Crooks single and Kililfers mlfors sacri sacrifice sacrifice seen seenlice ¬
fice fly Baker opened the Athletics Athleticseighth AthletlC3eighth Athleticseighth
eighth with a single and went to sec second Heond seeond ¬
ond on a sacrlftco buf butua as 1I doubled up upwith upwith upwith
with Murphy Iurph on the latters liner to toElbcrfeW to1lbcrfekl toElbarfeki
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In the ninth Johnson walked and wont wontto wontto ont ontto
to second on Milans sacrifice but Con Conroy tonroy eonroy ¬
roy filed to Oldring Oldrln and Laltvelt fanned fannedBarry fannedBarry fannedBarry
Barry fanned and Thomas fouled out in inthe Inthe inthe
the Athletics half1 Thn Thfln Krause got gotlite gothis ot othl
his hl third hit and scored the winning winningrun winningrun wInningrun
run on sIngles by Strunk and an Oidring OidringThe OldrlngThe OldringTIi
The TIi Score ScoreWASHINGTON ScoreW ScoreWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON W AB R H PO A E EMilan EMilan EMilan
Milan cf 4 0 0 0 0 0 0Conro 0Conroy
Conroy Conro 3b 4 I 1 2 1 2 0 0Leclt 0Lelivelt
Lelivclt Leclt If 6 0 2 1 1 1Elberrold 1Elborfeld
Elberfold ss 4 0 1 2 1 0 0Ge 0Gessler
Gessler Ge sler rf 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 0Crooks 0Crooks
Crooks lb 4 0 14 1 4 1 0 0Killlfer 0KIIUfer 0131111cr
Killlfer 2b 3 1 2f 2 f 4 1 2 2Street 2Street 2Street
Street c 1 0 I 38 3 0 0Johnson 0Johnson 0Johnson
Johnson p 3 0 1 0 3 0 03 03
Totals II 3 7 O6 S5 6 12 12Two 3 3Two 3Two
Two out when winning run was wa scored scoredPHILA scoredPHILA scoredPHILA
PHILA AB R H PO A E EHartsel EHartsel ElIartsel
Hartsel If 1 1Strunk 0 < 0 0 0 0 0Strunk 0Strunk
Strunk cf 4 4Oldring i 4 0 0 0Oldrln 0Oldring
Oldring Oldrln cf and If i o 0 4 4Collins 1 0 0 0Collins oCollins
Collins 2b 30 30Baker 3 0 0 1 2 1 1Baker 1Baker
Baker 3b 4 0 0Davis 1 3 0 0Davis 0DavIslb
Davis DavIslb lb 3 0 0 9 0 0 0lurphy 0Murphy
Murphy rf 4 0 1 o 0 1 i n nBarry 0 0Bnrrr 0Barry
Barry ss 4 0 0 a 1 0 0Thom 0Thomas
Thomas Thom s C 4 I 0 0 S 0 0 0Kraus 0Krause
Krause p 4 2 a 0 2 1 14 1Totals
Totals W 4 13 27 Z7Washington 9 9Washington 2 2Washington
Washington 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 03 03Philadelphia 03Philadelphia
Philadelphia 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 1 11 11Left 14Left 4 4Left
Left on bases basesWashington Washington ashlnlton S Phila Philadelphia Philadelphia PhIladelphia ¬
delphia S Bases on balls bal1s0rr Off Johnson Johnsonoff
1 off Krause 3 Struck out outBY By John Johnson Johns Johnson ¬
son s n S by b > Kraus 6 Threebase hit hitStrunk hltStrunk hitStrunk
Strunk Twobase Jilts hltsConro hitsConroy Conroy Oldring
Sacrifice hitsStreet 2 Killlfer Davis DavisStolen DAlsStolen DavisStolen
Stolen base baseConroy Conroy Double plays ph1 playsCol playsCollin5 SCol SColIIns Col Colling ¬
ling to Barry Barr Lelivelt to Street Elber Elberfold Elberfoill Elberfold
fold to Klllifer Hit by b pitcher pitcherBy By
Krause 2 Passed ball hal1Street Street Umpires UmpiresMessrs UmpiresIessrs UmpiresMessrs
Messrs Dineen and Connolly Connol1 Time of ofgame orame2 o ognme2
game gnme2 ame2 2 hours hoursNOTES hoursNOTES hoursNOTES
NOTES OF THE GAME GAMELelivelt GAMELellveJt GAMELelivelt
Lelivelt had a big day da He missed on onthree onthree onthree
three chances to score a run by falling fallingto
to land iand on tho bull solidly solldl and ho gave gavethe gavethe gavethe
the Athletics their run run in the seventh seventhIn seenthIn seventhIn
In the same Inning lie made a fine catch catchof catchor catchof
of or Collins foul oul fly tnd nd he threw a man manout manout manout
out at the plate in the third thirdIt thirdIt thirdIt
It was probably lucky for tho Ath AthUetics Athletics Athletlcs
Uetics letics that th t Hartsel was hit by the pitched
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a II valuable man in the scoring of win winning winning winning ¬
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Schaefer pulled off of a funny stunt st nt in the thteighth theeighth theeighth
eighth Davis ran nin down and whispered whisperedto whl porQ1 porQ1to
to Collins Colli nil Thomas called Krauso In for fora tora fora
a bit of consultation and Dutch got a abig abt abig
big bt laugh 1 by > y minting to the plate and andwhteperlng andwhl andwhispering
whispering whl perlng to Kllllfer Tho latter then thenhit thenhit thenhit
hit a sacrilice lly which scored Gassier GassierIn GOAISlocIn GosslerIn
In tagging Krause out at the plat plate in inthe Inthe inthe
the third Street throw hlnwolf at the therunner t U Urunner t trunner
runner touching him on the leg Street Streetthen Streetthen Streetthen
then fell striking his head on tho plate ptetcand pl8teand plateand
and wa was dazed for a minute or two It Itwa Itw Itwas
wa w was a fine ne play playJohtiMn playJobWlOn philJohnson
Johnson seemed to think Krause was waseasy wasey waseasy
easy at bat and an kept putting tho ball ballsquarely baUaqmtrel1 ballsquarely
squarely over the plate The remit was wasthat wa wathat wasthat
that Harry got three hit hit and twice he hecored Iteeored hescored
cored > > runs on them themThe themThe thornThe
The weather eRther condition li were again too toocold toocold
cold for comfort and there were 61e less lewthan Jt lessthn
than 2SCQ iOO persons at the game gameManager gameManager
Manager McAIeer s said kl today Tm urmhittlnS Tmshifting Imshifting
shifting my team about to hind the beet beetcombination bestcombination Mt MteonblnaUon
combination and a > > d when I do I feel sure svrethat surethat 8 8thAt
that wo wilt give the other teams some sometrouble sometrouble me metrouble
trouble There may be more changes changesbefore CMJlJec1beforo changesbefore
before the Nationals leave Philadelphia
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about Kinoella in the fifth inning today todayand todayalMl todayand
and Cleveland scored ed four run runs enough enoughto
to win to tos 3 With two down Hartxall Hartxalllet HarlzoUlet Hartaofllet
let Bergers easy tap through throu Graney Graneysingled GraneyItnglod haneysingled
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failed to se H Cries tap out Kruger Kru er on a aquick aqukk aquick
quick throw to Kililfer and Turner then thentripled theftlrlpled thentripled
tripled to left let scoring JJCOIin three runs and andcounting andcounUn andcounting
counting counUn himself when Lajoie singled singledScore alnIOOore singledScore
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largely largel In todays game which was won wonby wonby on onby
by the Chicago White Sox by b a 4toO 4toOscore 4to 4toscore 4to0score
score Detroits best chance was in the theseventh lhestventh theseventh
seventh when with the bags all occu occuled occupied occupied
pied led and two down Bush struck out
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Boston May Iay 6 6A A collection of athletes athletesknown athlet athletknown athletesknown
known locally as the Speed Boys no s failed fnlledto fnnedto failedto
to get away from the mark In a baseball baseballgame basoballgame baseballgame
game with the New York team this after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon and were beaten 11 to 0 Frill was wasgiven wasblen wasgiven
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1 hour and 5G minutes minutesFIRST mlnlltCtFIRST minutesFIRST
FIRST FOOTBALL PRACTICE PRACTICEBusiness PRACTICEDuslnelt PRACTICEUuslncsa
Business Duslnelt High School Squad Will VlIl Be BeOnt DcOut BeOut
Out Thin Morning JlornlnsrA lornlnJ lornlnJA
A new departure in the annals of High HighSchool HighSchool HighSchool
School football will be inaugurated Inau Urated this thismorning thismornlnb thismornIng
morning when thirty candidates for the theBusiness theBusiness theBusiness
Business High School eleven next fall fallin faUIn fallin
in charge of Capt Richards and the thecoach theconch thecoach
coach will report for the first day of ofspring orspring ofspring
spring practice practiceTho prnctlceThe practiceThe
The Stenographers have the nucleus nucleusof nuclousof nucleusof
of a fine eleven next fall and are de determined determlned dotermined
termined to give the new rules a thor thorough thorough thorough ¬
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at the Gayety Theater week of May Iay 9 9every 9ry 9every
every ry night and matinee in a fourround fourroundbout fourroundbout fourroundbout
bout governed goer by b the prize ring rln rules rulesThe rult8The rulesThe
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public for many man years ears They hold six sixmedals sixmedals sixmedals
medals for or their superiority 5u riorlty in their theirparticular theirparticular theirparticular
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the Colts and Lynchburg was > as victorious victoriousby Tlctorlouaby victoriousby
by the score of 4 I to 2 Peterson pitched pitchedsplendid pltch pltchtplencUd pitchedsplendid
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TO PLAY FIRST GAME TODAY TODAYSouthern TODAYouthern TODAYSouthern
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at the end of the season The schedule scheduleprovide scheduleprovtc1e8 scheduleprovides
provide for three games a week which whichcarries whhhicarries hkh hkhetIIt8
carries the games up to and including includingAugust ilteludl hichsdlurAugust g gt
August t IS all 11 the con contests teats to be played playedon
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ter field Morris first base Miller left leftfield leftAeld leftiield
field Tolford second base bL Thompson Thompsoncatcher ThompOcatcher Thompsoncatcher
catcher and Munch pitcher The line lineup H HwP linelip ¬
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