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10 THE WASHINGTON HERALD SATURDAY MAY 28 1910 1910DETROIT 1910I 1914DETROIT
I DETROIT POWERLESS POWE LESS BEFORE JOHNSONS TWIRLING
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TWENTYFOUR r 99 99r IS SLOGAN SLOGANNationals SLOGANNationals
1 1Nationals
Nationals in High Spirits Leave for Whirl Around the theWestern theWestern tluWestern e
Western n Circuit CircuitCleveland Cleveland Gets ets Niles i es
Manager McAleer cAleer and his band of orNatlohals ofAatlonals
Nationals Natlohals left on the midnight train lastnight last lutnight
night for New ew York wh where < < re e they the will wlUtackle willtackle
tackle tho Yankees Yankl In a fourgamo se series serIes serles ¬
ries and from there start out for the tbeInitial theInitial
Initial Ring around the Western VOlt ern circuit circuitTwehe circuitTwelve
Twelve games out of the twenty twentytour twentyfour
four said McAleer just ju t before boarding boardinghis boardinghis boardinghis
his sleeper a Keep JCecp your our ey c eye e on us We Weare Ve Veare
are going to break brisk even away way from homeand home homeand homeand
and dont you forget It It I will be the themost th thmost themost
most disappointed man in tho world If Ifwe itwe 1fwe
we fall down h he added addedAll addtlAIl addedAll
All the players were In the same high highspirits b highspirits b bspirits
spirits Even Walter alter Johnson who whorarely wborarel
rarely rarel has h much to say R wa w was < euthusi eathU81a enthusfastio
a astlo tlo over the Nationals chances I Idont 1dont Idont
dont care how often McAleer asks m me meto
to pitch I am going so well H a1cl ° ad M feeling fH1hagln
in ouch fine shape that with the teambehind team teambehlnd
behind me m I am sure nr I will got away with withthe withthe
the majority of games gam In which hlch I work workbll workhe
he said saidBob saidIlob
Bob Groom who bids bM fair to t make makealmost makealmost makealmost
almost as good a showing as Johnson JO Johnsonthis nson nsonthl
thin thl season was also In a cheerful frame frameof trun8tlf frameof
of mind and declared that he would ould do doIlls doLt doLis
Ills Lt durndest to win In every eVer game he hepitches hepitches h hpitches e
pitches pitchesKid pitchesKJd pitchesKid
Kid ElberfeHIs accident was deplored deploredby deploredby
by every ytory member of the squad and anddoubt no nodoubt
doubt his hi being elnc out of the game will willcrlpp1e willcripple l
cripple the club a whole lot as II he wa wu wugplng w wgoing ae
going as well right now as at any an time in InIlls n
Us career and hitting the ball hard too tooWJd tooWid
Wid Vld Conroy will prove a good steady steadysubstitute steadysubstitute stead steadsubstitute
substitute and Xiberfeld may come 1 1just in injust °
just when he h is 1 badly ba4I needed neededDixie noededDfxJe neededDixie
Dixie Walker and Groom will war warup warm warmup arm armup m
up for todays today game against Pn t the Yan Yankees Yanhoes
kees and if Groom is right ho will prob probably probably probably ¬
ably be ordered to pitch This will save saveWalter Ivea1ter ear earWalter e
Walter a1ter Johnson and Gray or Walker fo fothe for torthe r
the doubleheader on Monday londayTho
Tho New York Yankees up to yester yesterday yosterda yoaterday ¬
day da had won nine straight games and andart an anare d
arc right up near n r the AtbteUeg for th the thefirst thefirst e
first place honors If the Nationals con continue continue
tinue the brand of ball they have h e shown shownhre show showhere n
Lore during the past MUIt three weeks the theHighlanders theHighlanders th thHighlanders °
Highlanders are due for a few rudo jolts joltsBill joltsBill
Bill Hinrichs the latest acquisition t ttho to totho totho a
tho twirling staff accompanied the team teamlast teamJa9t teenlast
last night and will wi be given his first firstfight firstEight firs firselght t
fight of New e York The players pla ers expect expecttn oxpecto t
tn have a lot of fun with Hinrichs before beforethe betoreth B Bthe
the th trip is over Walter Johnson how howover howver however
over ver will act as a his h guardian angel and andthe Andthe an anthe
the boys will 111 not be allowed to carry carrytheir carrytheir ca catheir
their jokes joke too far farHinrichs tarHln11chs farHinrichs
Hinrichs last night was aornewh aornewhpeeved oomewhat oomewhatpeeved aomewhatptend at
peeved when be picked up one of the theevening theening th thevening e
evening > ening papers paper and saw his name mis misspelled mtsspeJled ml mlspelled g ¬
spelled He said Id I wish those tho = e fel fellows telJows fellows ¬
lows would put an s on the end of my myname mynamt m mname Y
name The Herald and an < l Times so far farare farnr f fare µ
are nr the th only papers who have given me meall men11 m mall 9
all that is s coming to me meBUI m mnll1 meBill
Bill Rapp and Joe Hovlik wore tho only onlymembers onlymembers onl onlmembers Y
members of the club McAleer IcAJeer left behind behindThey bohlndThe behl behlThey
They The will work out at the ball 11 park each eachday enehd8 oac oactla h
d8 day and be ready to report in case the theare they theyara theynr y
nr are needed on the rOAd readTho rOAdTho roadThe
Tho Western clubs made a sorry lOr shop shewing shoping how howlng ¬
ing hore in the East on thou first inva invasion Invaalon Inv Invsron a ¬
sion and it is to be hoped that th t tho East Eastern Eastorn Eas Easern t ¬
ern teams do better in tho West The Thefollowing Thefollowing T Tfollowing he
following verse from tho New ew York Mail Mailof Mallof 1I 1Iof 1
of last night hits the nail on the head headOb headOb read readOh
Ob the young Lochlnran hats Doane come com t out of ta its
Wt WestTnelr WtThdr WeltTheir
Their piajrinc pk1D w WI was s far from fro m the th e No Ne1 1 best best33ut t tu4
Cut u4 still Ull by the sun and the moon and the atanl ata tare 1
There bero sorer via a team like the t CI ywwz Mar Lochlimn LochlimnHarry LoohluTUIBnIT LoCMntersharry
Harry BnIT Niles Ues tho Boston American out outfielder outfielder outfielder r ¬
fielder and nn utility man was sold yester yesterday yesteday eater eaterc1ay r ¬
day to Cleveland and left for that city cr crlast t y
last night with the Cleveland playorLewis players playersLewis plAyersLewis e
Lewis who has developed Into a star starplayer star starplaer st stplayer ar arit
player and batter is now the regular left leftHcldor lefteldor le leholder it
holder eldor for the Red Sox SoxA SoxA SoxA
A New York dispatch sent out last lastnight lastnight la lanight 9t t
night says saysManager S saysManager S SManager
Manager Goorgo B Stalllngs of tho thoYankees thoYankees ti tiYankees e
Yankees announced nnounccd today the sale saleJack of
Jack Klelnow the catcher to the Bos Boston BoSton Bo Boton s ¬
ton Americans No o price was named In Intho Inthtl Inthe 1
the transferKlofnow transfer transferKlolnow trnnstorK1elnow
Klolnow has been wlthrtho wrth the Now York Yorkclub Yorkclub Tom Tomclub k c
club for five years oars His great back backstopping baokStopping bad badstopping k
stopping In tho fleet threo tlu eo years ears put puthim puthim p kut ut t
him in tho foremost ranks of catchers catchersRed catchersRed S SRed
Red as he was better known always alwaysproved a1wa a1waproved alwaproved 1z 1
proved to be an adaptable n aptabJe teacher for foryoung toronng f fyoung or
young onng pitchers brcaklhg Into tho gain gainToward game ore e
Toward tho end of last
season ho was wastroubled wastroubled w wtroubled as ase
troubled with his hands his fingers be being beIng b bIng e ¬
ing In plasters most of the tline and andtho Bndtho a athe nd 1
tho work devolved wholly upon big E Ed EdSwe Id IdEweeney < u 1
Sweeney EweeneyIn SweeneyIn Swe ncy ncyIn
In training this spring Klelnow oou could couldO Id IdA
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be5F approval a rpr rprbes proval wherever the thoie
bes dai dark
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I n not < get his hands hand into condition and andStalllngs nndStalUnKa a aStallings rNf
Si Stalllngs would not allow him to work workbehind wOrkbellln4 w wbehind
b behind < the bat batThe futThe
The only only reason Stalllngs would oftur ofturfor ofttntor oft oftfor
fc for parting with Kleinow Jle no was that h hhad he hehad hohad e
to had too many catchers on his stuff stalland eta etaand
a and had to cut down expeaaesThe expenses expensesThe expen expenThe
The club h hag 6 three other catchers catchersStveeaey Eel EelSw
S Sweeney Sw Lou Crisjer Ct iaer and Fred Mitchell MitchellTHK llttebellTHE 1BtcbelTing
THE SPORTING EDITORTO EDITOR BDITORTO DDITORTO
TO END BOYCOTT BOYCOTTHim BOYCOTTIlan BOYCOTTnnn
Him Johnson Trying to Adjust Trou Troublc Troublc Tro Troble n
blc In Cleveland ClevelandSpecial Clcclluul8pee1al Clevelandecial
81 Special Sp ecial to The T1m11ltbiagtaa WuIaIDctcIeClevelan Wfcabtogtoo Herald HcnJdCleveland HeraldClovelanL
Cleveland Clevelan Ohio May 27 nllan 7DRn Ban lohDiOon lohDiOonIt Johnson Johnsonie n l
fe It in tho city cat tonight trying tryln to end ncl the theunion Uu Uuunion tit tition B
u union un ion labor boycott against the Nape NapeJohn laPiJohn NapiJobe ps
John J < Mitchell the labor leader now DO nowprime a aprinie L
P prime mover in the Civic Ch1 Federation will wt 11 1
b be here tomorrow and a conference conterencewith s
v with local labor leaders will be held heldIt heldIt
It is said both sides are willing tIUng to tomak8 t tmake o >
R make some concessions COIIee slons and Johnson Johnsonsays JohnsonHYI Johnao Johnaosaps n
says he oxpeeta to have the affair affairsmooth atfa atfayt 1 r r
smoothed smooth yt m ooth ed over before the Decoration Day DaTdoublebead Do Dodoableheader Y r
doublebeadThe doubleheader
The trouble started over a A small mail squab squabbJe
b isle when the new stands stand were being gain gainbuilt g f
b built and it has grown until the club clubowners clubowners elu b 9
o owners see that an adjustment adju tment is almost al mast t
n necessary necr At the same time there are area areate a re
a large ate number nUQ1 r of union men who are areanxloue ax e
a anxious to have hav the boycott liftedthat lifted so B
tl that they the can see the games gamesVIHGINIA gamesVIRGINIA gamesVIRGINIA
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VIRGINIA LEAGUE LEAGUEDanvlllo LEAGUEDnnJUc
Dnns Danvlllo fllo wool Portsmouth Split SplitSpecM Svl1tSPIda1
s SpecM to T TIle e WMfcnwtan w herald nJdDaJ1UIe H r M MDanville
Danville Va May 1ay 27 iDanlUe Danville and andPortsmouth andPortamouth andre d
Portsmouth played a doubleheader f r here heretoday beretoday he re 0
t today The victory victor of tho visitors in inthe Intbe n
t the first game was due to tho groat groatpitching groatpltchlDr gro at
ri pitching tchIng of Vail VailIn vanIn
In the second game 1a Mayborry IAJbOtlJ + borry for Dan Danville DanvUle Da n ¬
v ville put ut up an exhibition which nSn in inpoint InpoInt n
point p oint of e merit merJtequaled equaled that that of Vail Vailrho in inthe Inlho n
t the first game Ho Ho1lorvod allowed but four hits hitsand hltJIand hi is
a and Danville won 4 tf 1 Scores ScoresrVK ScorOlFIrK Sooral1re4
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Kunkk Md tatth BItCh UaqrfMOIr Darfc DarfcLynchluirK DftILyncl11nlrg DanisLynchburg
Lynchburg 7 7 Norfolk orrolk O OSpecial 6I 66PEdaI
I Special to The Waahfetfon Herald HeraldNorfolk lIa HeraldAorfolk L LNorfolk
Norfolk Va May 27 27LnchburS Lynchburg won wonfrom wonfrom w 0 n
from Norfolk 7 to f tho winning run r un 0un n
bolng scored in the eleventh inning The T he iff
Shoemakers hit Buehay heavily belU through throughout throughout h i ¬
out tho game Score Scor
n nn n B 5
Lyacfctnu LDdtbotg 1 02eoseo 2 e t 3 l7M 14 II S
Norfolk orfoIk ei 1 1 1 1 41 4 t 1 e 6 f 1s 1
BaUerlttUoTd Itroota and Howe Icon D Basin tt fcy IeJ asA asARichmond i
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Richmond 4 Honnokc 3 3Bped 3Spedal
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I Richmond Va May Ia 27 21Rlchmond Richmond made madeit mad l
i it two In a row from Roanoke
today todaywinning tad tadwinning aY Y >
winning Innlnc 4 to 3 Wallaces Wallace s home run in
the first with two
out and none on onoases
banes oases netted Richmonds first soore In InoldentHJIy InoldentaJly n
oldentHJIy it was the first four foursacker foursackerof soo sr u
of the year enr on the local
I grounds Score ScoreR S cor e
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MINOR LEAGUE GAMES GAMESEASTERN GAMESEASTERN
EASTERN LEAGUE LEAGUEAl LEAGUEr
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At DwraJoDIl BuffaJoBaffolo lalo 1 Rochester Hocb ttr 0 t
At Prorldeaoe Prorld ProrWcaooNozrark noo Xewark w rk 11 1 ProrMcncck ProrMcncckAMERICAN ProTIdCDa Prsrtdc > icc e eA
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At CotomfcwCotaoabiw m1NI 5 Indianapolis 2
At TWetloToljdo 2 Loulniite 0
At St fit Paol9t P Paul < iul 15 Kansas City m 4
At U Mlaa Mlm2eiiPoUsImDeapolli flpoll5MmDeapoli I Milwaukee 1l1wa101keeESTERN L L1VESTERX
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At LtooolflrLlDortn LInooInI neoIn 2 DM Mbinw Mom 8 4
At Wlchlta W1c WichitaWkm1ta 1taTI Vkalta 2lta 3 Darter 6 5OAROLINA
OAROLIXA OAR OLINA LEAGUE 1 1At
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At Spcrtanborg SpmaDbuqBJ1Qrtauburg SpArtanburg 6 CharteUe T
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At WillknMponKoadtBg 2 ltlfemsspgrt VBHfm 1IIfIt p9It 10
At Harrlsb harrirlmarxTraatoa rjcTrntonf TrtotoD 1 Ilanfeburg JIan lJurg 5 A
At Johnstown Jo JoinstoarnYork o6townYork 1ork t Jotoetown 6 6SOUTUERS 6SOUTHERN 0 090UTREItN
SOUTHERN LEAGUE LEAGUEAt LEoGUEAt
At Jfempbtosranphls 10 Blnnlngbun 4
At Ailaala AtlantaMobile Atlabt Jlobilq Iobilt 8 Atlanta UaD 1 3
At XMhTlHe ubTineNashrlUe NMbrlUe 8 iTontsomaT 0 0
At OhattnnoccaCfcatUnooso Obattanec Ohattaaetea olYUa lattanoaa
5 New cw Orleans 1 1TEXAS 1TEXAS 1TEXAS
TEXAS LEAGUE LEAGUEAt
At DallasFort Worth 5 Dallas 5
At GolTMtcnHowtoe GA1Testcmn a 4 Galreston Galrt ten 3 fourteen
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At San Antonio Anton AntonioSan Son Antonio o 5 Wan 4 4SOUTH 4SOUTR 4bOUTU
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As a fitting climax to the Detroit t1Ott eerlec eerlecand leI leIJMl
and JMl also the last home game for nearly nearlyL Asa dy
a month the Nationals throttled Jennlng Jenmn JenmnTh +
T Tiger Th Ti gers on yesterday making it three out ot otfour oCfour It
ft four fo ur and incidentally landing landn within withinace an anace anace
a ace < of the top of the second division ot otthe ortho i
U the Amerjoan Arne Amer1j1an n League pennant pennant race raceThe
The e to 1 doe doh Mt begin m to toshow I
si show bow effective was v Walter Talter Job Jobthe Johnson Jobn pap on onthe a
tl the Capitals Capital pride The hie big curlyhaired curlyhairedboxman curlbairedboxman curlyhair id
b boxman allowed aIlo ecI two scattered hits hI hitsmply and andsimply aadsImply
si simply mply toyed with the champion cbU POJW For Fortho p o
tl tho first time this season he h relied o on onsomethlnl
something so mething besides his speed with the thero t tsult
n roeult ro sult ult that when he had a batter in the thehole t he
hole ho le a lightning 15htnn shoot usually 3and anchd d in inStreets InStreets
S Streets St reets mitt before the batter could get g et ethis
h his war club oft his shoulder shoulderImmcime shoulderImmense boulderInuncllAc
Immense Crowd Cro Out OntThe OutThe OutThe
The biggest crowd since nce opening OJemD day dayparted dayparted y yrted
parted pa pabo rted with gate money none to give MeAieers MeAieersK aGUe aGUeys Uer Uerboys es
boys bo K ys a titling send offf ort otf otfeachers Grand stand and andbleachers an4bleaeben
bleachers bl eachers were w re packed to the gunwales gunwalesmaking g1JnJesmaking gunwaleaking
making m mru aking it necessary to call for ground groundrul08 grog grogles
rwloa ru les and only two bases were ere allowed AllowedI allow
I on hits over a fielders ilelder thatch thatcbAccordln
According Accordln to the best t authority Hughey HugheyJennings HugheyJenalngs Hugh ay
Jennings fully full intended to pitch Bill BillDonovan BillDononn B Bonovan Ili
Donovan D onovan against our athletes but just justbefore juetbelore j jfore net
before be fore the game started and after he hehad hehad
had a glimpse of Johnson warming rmlag up u uhe p
he scratched scratched his hi head and finally decided decidedto decid ed
to let young yours ounK g gfiguring Stroud propel the slants slantsfiguring slantsftgurlnS slant
figuring thwdrDonovan thusly Donovan has made madegrunt a agreat aO
great O t showing this season and aat at the therate therate ti e eir
rate ro te this Washington crowd is I s now hlt hltting hUttns h hting
ting the pace Donovan stands a fair fairchanee fa ir r
chance of getting his bumps especially especiallyas e especial especialthis peda1IT peda1ITas ally
as this fellow tel low Johnson Is to oppose Ox POH him himWe him1Te him i
We open up in n Detroit tomorrow and a aess nd I T Isues
guess sues gu ess Ill save Donovan for that game gameVise ga
Wise W Vise ise Hughey for Donovan sure was due duefor duefor d dfor ne e
for a boating and na as matters turned a ahe out outhe outhe nt t
he could not have pitched better ball than thandid thandid th thd an n
did di d young Mr 11 Stroud StroudGeorge StroudGeorgo StroudGeorge
George McBride is s rapidly earning the thesobrJquet t he
sobriquet so briquet o of f plnoh hitter Out of orthree o kf I
three t hree times tlme up yesterday he plucked oK ot ottwo n
two hits both of them having a lot to todo o
do with Washingtons tallies taUl McBrides McBridestwobaso McBrldest licBrld licBrldwobase es 8
twobaso t buo crash to left in the th seventh won Wontho w on > n
tho game gameIfilbcrfelil gamenlherr
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There was just one little accident accidentmar to tomar tomar Lo
mar the afternoon KkI Eloerfeld dur during durJnG d d1ng ur urIs ¬
ing preliminary practice had tho m mortune mis misfortune mlsfortuno Is i ¬
fortune f ortune to stop ono of Unglaubs thre threith throws throwswith throwswith we s
with w ith the index finger of the right hand handTho bar d
Tho T he ball split put the digit lglt for half an inch Incho 1 h
so o Elborfcld could not got into the U e game sameConro gas oe oeEl
Conroy Conro C onroy covering the third station and anddoing amIdoing a ml id
doing d oing his work well The injury InJur to El Elberfold
berfold will probably probabl keop him outthe out ot otthe
the game for two or three thr days dasrc ays
McBride rc rldc was not only a power with Ith he heetlck hestick hetick ie
stick s tick but gave another exhibition of his is
rare ra re fielding ability abUlt His double play playIn pInyIn
i In the fifth cut down a threatening De Detroit Detroit Dotrolt ¬
troit batting rally Unglaub also al played playedgiltedge playedcUtedgo
giltedge gi giro ltedge ball despite tho ono costly er error error err ¬
ror ro r charged against him himThe himThe himThe
The Tigers fought desperately for this thisgame thIssame thisme
game ga gafa me they backed up Pitcher Stroud In Infaultless Intault1e8s inultless
faultless fa ultless style Tho only approach at a ablack ablack aack
black bl ack mark < was on a wlckod grounder grounderMilan groun groundert er erMilan
blM
Milan M ilan hit at Bush which came along alohstoo aJongtoo alongtoo t
too hard for Ute diminutive shortstopper shortstopperto hortstopplttto + n nto
to handle properly properlyThe properlTho properlyTho
Tho Tigers on tho other ot ur hand havo havotills havotlllssamo haveis
tills tlllssamo th is same little 1Ittle Bush Bu > > h to thank for say sa saIng tetMg ¬
ing thsc them from ashutout a shutout and tying 17ln the thescore Uieaeore theore
score sc ore In tho fourth with 1lh n rr rare exhibi exhibiMilan hlbl ¬
rhlbl rhlbltlon
lion or dannsbuorunnlnc dannsbuorunnlnclUlan daringtitrerunningsMilan
Milan after shooting open the firs flrst flrstinning firatInnlllg t
inning with a a single and going to sec second socond seend ¬
ond e nd on a sacrifice perished at third f fan in inan Inan n
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an attempt to steal thus blasting tw twopes our ourhopes ourhOP r
hopes hOP h opes l of a run for a starter starterXatlonala tartr tartrotJonnlll
Xatlonala Score Run RunIn RunIn RunIn
In the second however the crowfl crowflyelled crow crowrened crowelled d
yelled y elled Itself hoarse when after Gcsslor Gcsslorhad Go possi possihad alor alorhad or
had fanned TJnglaub uncorked a aingfto single singleto stneloto °
to center and toqk second on a wild wildpitch wildpitch wu wuitch Id Idd
pitch p itch Klllifer pepped pepIJo peppel p im Delebanty and andMcBride andlcBrtde an ancBride d
McBride M cBride drove tho pill through tbroh Bush BuchWith Bu BuIth Bushith
With W Ith Manager McAleer coaching o ohird on onthird ORthird a
third t the Boas promptly grabbed Ung Unglaub Un Unlaub Lahtab g ¬
laub and shoved him back on the ha bag bagwhen baghen ba bahen g
when w hen It was plain that Cobbs Cobb throw to toMoriarity toIOI1arJly t taonlarity o
Moriarity would have caught Sir Rob Robert Robert I Iart tb ¬
ert Lucky he did for on the next no t ball ballpitched bAilpltchod bSl bSlitched
pitched p itched McBride stole second and andSchmidt andSchmidt a mu muwhipped td
Schmidt whipped the baH to Bush Du Unr4ab Ung Unglaub U Ulaub
laub sprinted for home Just ranking < < the theplate theplate ti ma maas o
plate as Bushs Busb aim was poor and aA th thhrew the thethrow thethlOW e
throw t was w high highFor h1Kh1or highFor
For the first three 1u innings iAgs not a single singleDetrotter JdnsleDtttrotter sing singDtrotter
Detrotter saw 11 w second base but in a the thefourth thefourth th e
fourth the hopes h01 of the fans received receivedhorrible 8 8honibM L
horrible h jolt as Buah poked a lucky sin single In Inel ¬
gle el over KlUlfers head Cobb fanned fannedand fan ° I I IaDd
and Crawford skipped a slow bounding boundinggrounder bouA boa boagrounder ndl i1AC i1AClTOunder
grounder at Conroy who snapped nap th the theball a I
ball b all to Unglaub ahoad of Wahoo TaJaM Sam SamLittle 5emUtth SeasIdttle
Little Bush saw third uncovered uncoveredounding aad aadrounding ad adrounding
rounding r rou ndi ng ngull second came down the path a at atfull t ttull
full f ull speed Unglaub ng la ub shot s ho t the pill to Mcj iI iIBride lie lieBride c
Bride who we was on the ob a trine trl t late latethe tai Jatthe
the ball missing George l by y two feet and andfinally ud udftully
finally ending Ddln up at the grand rand stand a aermitting and aMpwmltUnl j
p permitting Bush a safe journey home homeIn hom homIn he mse mseIn
In the fourth and flfth A little Ulte1 Ulte1btUtnc tbrJMhttttag UnjeJy y
hitting might have unknotted the tJv tift tiftbut tie tiebut
but local hit buts were as shy as some lIIO Ie of the thegirls Uteair lb C Cirls
girls air g irls over in Alexandria AlexandriaAll AJtoxaDdrIaAll AlexandriaAll
All Up In Seventh SeventhRemembering SCcntbRemember1n SeventhsRemembering
Remembering Remember1n that ofttlmec the seventh seventhbrings sevthchance seven sevenbrings t11
brings a change for the better every root rooter rooter reelor ¬
er In the stand a stood up when it t eti esliras came cametime etitime
time for the Nationals XaUo aq to hat battM batthebox the press pressbox preMbox
box gang smoked up for good luck and andwaited AftCIwafted
waited with baited breaths bre tha for the out outcome outcome ¬
come Talk about your our lucky seventh sevenththis Henthth seventhhis
this th t his was our sure enough big inning In InUnctaub t > ruS
Unglaub first to appear took three threehealthy threeheaJlbT tlu e
healthy swings Killlfer was hit hita by bya byA
a pitched ball Me McBrIde Brio faced Stroud Stroudand Stroudaad S Sand ttoud
and as he had already a1rea connected eoM te4 safely safelythe safes ttoudy tely telythe y
the bt bleachertte ach rU expected great things thingsBefore th1apDetore thInt thIntBefore
Before the gentle entJe George could swipe swipethe at atthe atthe
the ball Catcher Schmidt let the pill pillslip pilisUp p1 U
slip away Awa from him on a high pitch with withthe WithtM wit h
the result that Killlfer KlUte scooted for sec second Heand iii ¬
and and was safe MC Then our great short shortstop aborttop egos t ¬ I I
j stop top walloped th the pellet on the label and andseat andHnt a ad
seat it t shrieking into l left ft Held out outslab of ofsighu o oIk
sighu slab Ik into the crowd and Killlfer trot trotted trotted tro I Ited ¬
ted nome fl par nM with the winning innlA tally amid amkLft amkLfta a midi it ita t ta
a mighty roar of applause pp1a from the fan fanDuring tMI tMIDurtn faxDuring it
During Durtn the remaining five ve innings only onlyone OftJyone on onsae ly
one Tiger saw sa first base and he got gotno cotno g
no nearer second as McBride figured figuredin figure figurein
in a double play Johnson was wa simply simplyat stmPbat sim simat Idy
at his best and and it t le J doubtful K t Xball any anyball aarball
ball club dubn in the world could havo beaten beatenhim beat beatblm beathim
him yesterday terday
The Score ScoreWASHINGTON ScoraT
WASHINGTON T AB R H PO A E 1
tlan ce I I I 1 I t
Ldlvelt If I XConroy I 1 1 0
Conroy ConroIb Sb 4 0 0 i 1
Geuler rf S 0 1 I
tnclaub Ib 1 1 11 1
KIlIUer Ki11Uerli it t 1 0 1 I
McBride ss 21 21i 3 1 I e
Street Str t c cJohnson i I IJohnson i i 0 e I
Johnson p pTotals 3 f A 1 1H 1TotaJ 0
Totals Z 12 1
DETROIT DETROITD AD R H HPa PO A E EMcBride
D Jones JOft If IfBush I 4 1 4 I 0
Bush ss 9 1 1 1 0 e
Cobb cf I 0 1 1
Crawford rf rfDelehanty rf 3 I
Delehanty Sb SbMoriaritv b 0 1 J 0
Moriaritv Sb a I 1 I 0 e 0
T Jones lb S I I 4 1 0
Schmidt c cStroud 1 J 0 0 0 J 0
Stroud Strou p t I 1 1 1
Lathers LathersTotals 1 1 01 0
Totals Totalsffi K 1 2 3i S 0
Batt Bat Btttkdl d l for Stroud in the ninth
Washington 0 10 1 0 0 D 0 1 0 x2 x 2
Detroit 0 0 I e 1 0 e 0 0 01 01Aft 1
Left Aft on bases basesWashington VV ashington hlnltton 4 Detroit DeUo ft
1 First base on ballsOff Stroud 1 off
Johnson 1 Struck out outBy By Johnson 6
by Stroud 5 Twobane Twoba hit hlttlcBrlde McBride
Sacrifice hits hltsLeJlnlt Lelivelt Ungiairo Un lath Stolen Stole
bases bue8LeUvelt Lelivolt McBride olcBrld Double Doubt plays 1a
Cobb to T Jones Jones McBride to Un Unglaub lau
Hit by h pitcher pitcherB By Stroud Milan and an d
Killlfer Passed ball bansehmldt Schmidt Lm Umpires r ee
Messrs Connolly Connoll and Dtnoon Dine n Timegamel Time TI of ofImcl
game Imcl 1 hour and 20 minutes Attand Attandano8 Att god
aside 7441NOTES 741NOTES 7441
NOTES OF THE GAME GAMEWore
Wore sorry sorr to see you ou go Jennings JenningsThe JennlnBsThe
The old pop was missing yesterday yesterdayLmplro et rdnr rdnrUmDirn
Umplro Connolly made a 8 neat little Uttlespeech lit tie
speech just before the game opened ope nod to t the ho
effect that If f the contest went into extra extraInnlnp xtra xtrainnings
innings In nings he would call a halt just as asnoar asnOftr asweir
weir to 6 oclock as possible in n order that thattho thatthe thate
the th e Detroit club might catch their train trainSwell trainSwell trainSwell
Swell crowd on hand for a a farewell farewellsendoff farewellendot farewellacnd
sendoff sendoffAnd acnd endot endotnd ofY ofYAnd
And nd somebody said three weeks agothat ago agothat agotbat
that George McBride ought OUg t t tosbo < re lbe releasedThe released releasedThe rcleuodThe
The crowd gave s ve BIll Hinrichs a Ii big bigliand blshand bighand
hand as he trotted to the benc b fiend nc from fromtho fromtho fro frothe m
tho clubhouse In the first Inning InningWld InningWid inningTV1d
Wld Conroy Conro proved to bo a mightyhandy mighty mightyhandy mlghthandy
handy dthen He played third in n the theabsence theabHDOe th thsence e
absence ab sence of ElberfeW just as s if he had hadbeen hadbeen ha d ed
been in the game all season seasonSlathers seasonSlathers easonSlathers
Slathers a a former torm r college star was 15 sent sentt sOn t tas
t 19 bat for for6iroud Stroud in the ninth inning an analt and andall andall
all he could get 1 > 8t off Walter Johnson was wasa wasa w wa as
a foul foulELBERFELD loulELBERFELD
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ELBERFELD OUT FOR WEEK WEEKKid VEEKlilel
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clever little third Imitrinnn trill trillbe UI UIb
be b out of the KHIIIC nlUe for at leant leanta I ld ldo
a week He tvas va alJ the victim of tt ttpctruKnr atIJeluJlnr
pctruKnr hut painful ncclilcnt A AtEiriMvn AttJruwn
tirro tEiriMvn n hull from UuKlnub Un lItuh In lapractice Inprnctlce inpractice
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ATHLETICS DEFEAT BROWNS BROWNSPelty BROWNSPclt BROWNSelt
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was Ii the only time the Brooklyn could
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JEFF OUT ON ROAD EARLY EARLYLeave
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Bon Lomond Cal May Ia 27 ZiJ Jeffries etrrle > tfries put
In some good work on the road roc d early au
this morning and then rOwed on the
river for some time He loafed this
afternoon and left here at 6 oclock for
San Francisco in an automobile with
Choynski Choy writ
Armstrong Brother Jack and
his trainer trainerThe trainerThe
The party arrived
there about 9 oclock
Jeffries planned to give a short exhibi ¬
tion three thr rounds of
boxing with each of
his partners and half art hour gym
work and shadow shado boxing boxingAlways boxingAlways boxln
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