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Out of the goodness of his heart Silk SilkOLoughlln SilkO SilkOLoughlin
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lowed the Nationals to tie the score scoreagainst scoreagainst scoreagainst
against Jack OConnors bunch from SL SLi St StLouis StLouis
i Louis In the final game gam game of the series serieshere serieshere sOrieshere
here yesterday ooterdn afternoon Silk deliber deliberately deUberate ddliberately ¬
ately ate called Bob Unglaub safe at third thirdbaa thirdbs thrdbase
baa base when Sir Robert was cup ou a mile milei mileThen miteThen
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Wallace and Unglaub crossed the plate platei plateIp plateip
i ip the eighth inning placing the figures figuresI figuresNationals figuresNationals
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OLoushlin OLou hUn finally called the game aftertwo after aftertwo aftertwo
two Browns had died In the ninth Storm
clouds began to gather during sixth sixthinning
inning and when the seventh opened it itwm itwu It1S83
wm wu pouring down cats and dogs Play pla plaers iay j jers
ers on the St St Louis bench yelped elped long longand longand longand
and loud for a cessation of hostilities hostilitiesbut hostIlitiesbut hostilitiesbut
but OLoughlin couldnt see It When WhenWashingtons Wheni WbenWashingtons
i Washingtons Wa hlngtons eighth opened with Bob BobUnglaub BobUnglaub BobUnglaub
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off ot the Hold but recalled them after a atonminute atonminute atonminute
tonminute respite respitein TCMPUeIn respiteIn
in the visitors ninth when Truesdale Truesdalehad Truesdalehad Truesdalehad
had singled and was thrown out at sec second second seeond ¬
ond another terrific shower broke and andtha andthe andthe
the ump again agoJne called Jl d ° Time A lOnger Jongarwait lOngerwaU longerwait
wait ensued en ed during which the diamond diamondwas diamondwas diamondwas
was beautifully be utlt1lJly soused and the base basepaths b basepaths o
paths were ankle deep In mud mudGame mudCause
Game Proceeds Again AgrainThe AgainThe
The aggravating arbiter insisted on onfurther onfurther
further play and the game proceeded proceededfor proceededfor proceededfor
for a second time Allen was at bat for forthe forth forthe
the th Browns but Walter alter Johnsons speed speedwas speedwas spoedWft
was Wft too much for him He fanned to
the accompaniment accomp nlment of another wicked wickeddown wickeddown wickeddown
down pour OLoughlln OLoughl1n this time called calledthe calledthe calledthe
the game on account of darkness darknessNow darknossNow darknessNow
Now for a a few words about the battle battleItself battleItself battleitself
Itself Walter alter Johnson was Wn < In the boxand box borand boxand
and fanned fourteen of the visiting swat swatters swatters swattom ¬
ters He also inserted a couple of wild wildpitches wildpltohes wildpitches
pitches into the fray fra and came across acrosswith across1lh acrossvIth
with 1lh a ghastly heave on a a ground ball balland balland balland
and those errors put the Browns In the therunning the therunning therunning
running runningManager runningMannger runningManager
Manager Jacks OConnor introduced as ashis ashis 3 3his
his slab artist a a big husky flatfooted flatfootedyoungster fiattootedi fiatfootedyoungster
i youngster who rejoices In the name nam of ofCrouch otCrouch ofCrouch
Crouch recently obtained from the Wil Wilmington Wilmington Wilmington ¬
mington Del club Crouch got his hisfirst hisfirst hisfirst
first taste of big league baseball yester yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
day and although he gave six bases on onballs onballB onball5
balls and made three large juicy errors errorshe errorshe errorshe
he seemed to have something tucked up uphis uphis uphis
his sleeve which the Nationals could not notdamage notdamage notdamage
damage to any an great extent The score scoreshows scoreshows scoreshows
shows only onl four scattered hits and two twoof twoof twoof
of these were infield bunts Pretty nifty niftywork nittywork niftywork
work for a a young fellow from the coun country country country ¬
try trying to make good with the city cityfolks cityfolks cityfolks
folks
Two Runs for Drown BrovnsFor DrownFor BrownsFor
For two innnlgs Walter Johnson held heldthe heldthe heldthe
the opposition runless but the third was wasa wasa wasa
a sorrowful affair Stone opened opene the thechapter thecbapter thechapter
chapter by smashing a single to right rightA tightA rightA
A wild pitch sent him to second Hart Hartzell Hartzell Hartzelt
zell gave Johnson an easy bounder which whichthe whichtlte whichthe
the twirler handled cleanly enough but butslammed buts1ummed butslammed
slammed somewhere into left field In an anattempt anattempt anattempt
attempt to nip Stone at third Needless Needlessto
to say Stone scored and Hartzell got as asfar asfar asfar
far as second Wallace pumped a safety safetyover safetyover safetyover
over Klllifers thatch and Hartzell came camehome camehome camehome
home homeA homeA homeA
A tworun lead by the Brownies mado madothings madothings madethings
things look mighty discouraging to the thehome thehome thehome
home fans but in the Nationals fourth fourthMcAleers fourthMcAleers fourthMoAleers
McAleers hopefuls Jumped on Crouch Crouchfor Crouchfor Crouchfor
for three large luclous tallies forging forgingahead forgingahead forgingahead
ahead a a run It all happened in this thismanner thismanner thismanner
manner Gessler and McBride walked walkedKIHfer walkedroUter walkedKilifer
roUter advanced them bothiWith both both1with with a pret pretty pretty pretty ¬
ty bunt Unglaub rolled one at Crouch
which the big twirler fumbled long longenough longenough longenough
enough to enable enables Gessler to cross the theplate theplate theplate
plate and also permit Unglaub a safe safejourney Batejourney safejourney
journey to the initial Inttlo1sack Inttlo1sackGabby sack sackGabby sackGabby
Gabby Street banged to left for n a sin sIngle singte i igle
gle scoring McBride Johnson fanned fannedbut fannedbut fannedbut
but Milan was good for a hit and Ung Unglaub Unglaub TJnglaub ¬
laub crossed the plate with the third thirdrun thIrdrun thirdrun
run runJoy Joy was soon turned into sadness sadnesswhen aadnesswhen sadneswhen
when the visitors added two more runs runsin funs funsIn runsIn
in the fifth After Stone had been taken takencare takencare takencare
care qf of Hartzell walked and stole sec second seeond second ¬
ond Wallace fanned but Newnan sin singled singled singled ¬
gled to Joft sending home Hartzell A Asecond Al3econd Asecond
second wild pitch sent Newnan to sec second second seeend ¬
ond Schwltzer drove up a a long fly just justout justout justout
out of McBrldes reach and Newnan Newnancounted Newnancounted Newnancounted
counted
Nationals Tie the Score ScoreThe ScoreThe ScoreThe
The Nationals gift run was obtained obtainedIn
In the eighth when Bob Unglaub walked walkedwas walkedwas walkedwas
was sacrificed to second by b Street and andtook andtook andtook
took third on Johnsons out Milan drew drewa
a pass and on the first passed p ssed ball ballstarted ballstarted ballstarted
started for second Catcher C tcher Allen In Instead Instead instead ¬
stead of shooting the ball tovthe to the midway midwaybag midwaybag midwaybag
bag whipped It to third Hartzell HartzeI had hadUnglaub hadUnglaub hadljnglaub
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with the score which tied tle 1 up the game gameAs gameAs game4bs
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Johnson p 0 0 2 2 22li12 1 1 1Totals 14
Totals 27 4 4 2C 2li12 12 12Two 1 1Two 1Two
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Newnan lb 4 4Schwltzer 1 19 1 9 > 1 0 0Schwitzer 0Sehwitzer
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Schwltzer r rf 4 4Hoffman I I 0 1 0 0 0 0Hortman 0Hoffman
Hoffman cf 30 3 t 0 0 0Truesdale 4 0 0Truesdale 0 0Truesdale
Truesdale 2b SO SOAllen 3 0 1 1 5 2 0 0Allen 0Allen
Allen c 3 0 0Crouch 0 2 1 0 0Crouch 0Crouchp
Crouch Crouchp p 3 0 0 0 2 3 3Totals31 3Washington
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Totals Totals31 31 4 6 24 12 12Washington 4 4Washington
Washington 00080001 0 0 0 8 0 0 0 1 x4 x4St x4Sl x4SLLouis
St SLLouis Louis 0020200004 0020200004Earned 0 0020200004Earned 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 ot otEarned
Earned runs runsSt St LouIs 1 First base baseon baseerrorsVlIMhlngton baseon
on errors errorsVlIMhlngton Washington 4 Left on bases basesWashington basesI basesWashington
Washington 9 St Louis 6 First base baseon baseOn baseon
I on balls ballsOff Off Johnson 3 off Crouch 7 7Twobase 7Struck 7Struck
Struck outBy Johnson 11 b by Grouch 2 2Twobase 2Twobase
Twobase hit hltchwitzor Schwltzer Stolen Stol n bases basesMilan bases11IIan basesMilan
Milan Hartzell 2 Hoffman 2 Sacri Sacrifice Sacrifice Sacriflee ¬
fice hitsGessler Klllifer Street 2 2Hit 2Hit 2Hit
Hit by pitcher pitcherBy By Johnson CAHan Allen Wild Wildpitches Wl1dpltchesJohn WildpitchesJohnsru
pitches pltchesJohn pitchesJohnsru Johnson n 1 Crouch L 1 Umpire UmpireMr UmplreMr UmpireMr
Mr OLoughlin Time of game gamc2 2 hours hoursAttendance hoursAttendance hoursAttondance
Attendance 800
NOTESSOF NOESOF THE GAME GAMEIn
In the fifth Walter Talter Johnson covered coveredfirst cove coveredfirst rea reafirst
first base so fast on Stones smash that thatStone thattone thatStone
Stone tone was petrified trlfied when Silk OLough OLoughlln OLou OLoughun h hl1n ¬
lln declared him out outHartzell outHartzell outHartzell
Hartzell In the seventh bit at John Johnsons Johnsons Johnsons ¬
sons floaters float rs much the sam same as the thesnapping thesnapplns thesnapping
snapping turtle goes after a piece of ofpork otpork ofpork
pork Hartzell struck out outIt outIt outIt
It might have been different had not notour notour notour
our own Walter thrown a 8 wild pitch inthe In Inthe Inthe
the fifth Walter dont do thesa things thingsfroquently thIngsfrQluontl thingsfrqquentiy
froquently and If the thing is solved to tothe tothe tothe
the base It will be found that a con concatinatJon concnUnatlon conctttlnation
catinatJon of events led up to this tlrts ap apparent apparent apparent ¬
parent error of Johnsons JohnsonsThe JohnsonsTbe JohnsonsThe
The prettiest play pulled off at the thepark th thpark thpark
park yesterday csterday was McBritlos try foe foeNewnans foxNewn4ns foiNewsutas
Newnans short fly that he missed only onlyan onlyan onlyan
an inch inchThe inchThe InchThe
The fans like those real endeavors endeavorson
on the part of the locate and Mac got gotloud gotloud gotloud
loud acclaim accl hn from the sparse spar e congrega congregation Qongregatlon congregation ¬
tion tionIn tlonIn tionIn
In the fourth Walterlno struck out outthroo outtl1ro outtllrc
throo tl1ro in succession and came mighty
doln the same stunt st nt in the seventh
Milan saving him the trouble by gather gatherIng gatherin gathering
Ing in < < Hoffmens high fly flyManager fiyManager flyManager
Manager OConnor when the score fa favored favored favored ¬
vored the Browns in th the eighth tried to toconvince toconvince I Iconvince
convince OLoughlln that the game gameshould gameshould gameshould
should be called because 9Cause of the evident evidentmoisture evidentmoisture evidentmoisture
moisture that was saturating the atmos atmosphere atmosphtlre atmosphere ¬
phere phereThe phtlreThe phereThe
The game was stopped in the seventh seventhwhen seventhi seventhwhen
when a shower broke over the park and andput andI andput
i
I put an end to everything In general and andbaseball andbaseball andbaseball
baseball In In1 particular > ftrtlcular Play was re resumed reumed resismed ¬
sumed but the rain once more butted In Inand Inand inand
and oaI Ofllled d a halt to the proceedings proceedingsThis proceedingsThis proceedingsTht
This Tht time the Brownies were at the bat batAllen batJllen batAlien
Allen the th Browns catcher had two twostrikes twostrSkecs twostrikes
strikes on him at the time and the first firstball firstball
ball delivered by Johnson after play was waaresumed wasresumed wasresumed
resumed was a strik Xo sooner had hadthe hadthe hadthe
the ball landed In Streets mitt than the therain therain therain
rain came down in torrents and OLough OLoughlin OLoughUn OLoughun
Un called the game
Walter alter Johnson fanned fourteen of the theBrowns theBrowns theBrowns
Browns and Issued three passes during duringthe duringthe duringthe
the eight and twothirds Innings he was wason wason wason
on tho slab slabHoffman slabHotrman slabHoffm
Hoffman Hoffm made five putouts putoutsNeither putoutsNelth putoutsNeither
Neither Nelth r Schwltzer Lellvelt or GessleTy GessleTyhad GessC GessChad Gessl3had
had anything an thlng to do in the field fieldUnglaubs fieldUnglaubs fieldUnglaubs
Unglaubs hit was a drive aimed aimedstraight aJmedstralsht aimedstraight
straight at Hartzell which hleh cracked him himon himon himon
on the knee and glanced out into left leftfield leftfield leftfield
field Keep it up Bob old bpy keep keepIt keepIt keepItup
It Itup ItupCrouoh up upCrouch upCrouoh
Crouoh Issued six free passes andfanned and andfanned andtann
fanned tann d only onl one of ofMcAleersbraves ofMcAleersbravesMcBride McAleers braves bravesMcBride bravesMcBride
McBride laid a bunt down the first base baseline baseUne baseline
line In the second se ond and easily beat the thethrow thethrow thethrow
throw to the initial sack Sohwitzer Sohwitzerfailed Sohwltzer Sohwltzertailed Sohwitzerfailed
failed to cover the base and both New Newnan Newnan Newnan
nan and Crouch Cro ch went after the th ball ballJohnson ballJohnson ballJohnson
Johnson caused five of the Browns to tofan tofan totan
fan the air In succession successionStone successionStone successionStone
Stone bunted toward first In the fifth fifthbut fiflhbut fifthbut
but Unglaub ran up and scooped In the theball theball thebali
ball and tossed It to Johnson ahead of ofStone otStone ofStone
Stone StoneJohnson StoneJohnson StoneJohnson
Johnson had good control yesterday yesterdaySchwitzcr yesterdaySchwltzcr yesterdaySchwitzer
Schwitzcr In tho eighth session had hadthree hadthree hadthree
three balls and no strikes but Johnson Johnsonquickly JohnsonI Johnsonquickly
quickly whipped over three swift ones onesKilllfer onesUUrer onesIClIIlfer
I
Killlfer UUrer had two chances to break up upthe upthe upthe
the game but both times he was unequal unequalto
to the occasion occasionStreet occasionstreet occasionStreet
Street made two sacrifices which whiqhhelped whl whichhelped h hhelped
helped the th8 tl1 good cause along considerably considerablyStone conslderablyStone considerablyStone
Stone fanned the ozone twice during duringthe duringthe duringthe
the game gameCrouch gameCrouch gameCrouch
Crouch seemed to have considerable considerabledifficulty considerabledifficulty considerablediullculty
difficulty In fielding his position three threeerrors threeerrors threeerrors
errors being chalked chat ked up against him himWinning himWinning himWinning
Winning tour 1 mr ioslng oslng one and tieing
the other out of the last six games gamesplayed gamesvhled gamespiayed
played by the he Nationals is not so bad badWell badWell badWell
Well I guess not notIt notIt notIt
It now remains to tobe be seen eer1 If the Na Nations Nations ¬
I
tions can duplicate the feat of the theAthletics theAthletics theAthletics
Athletics by toeing t lng the series from the thechampions thechamplons thechampions
championsThe champions championsThe champlonsThe
The Infield again played good ood ball ballThe ballThe ballThe
The Browns made two runs and two twohits twohits twohits
hits In both the third and fifth spasms spasmsNewnan spasmsNewnan spasmsNewnan
Newnan smacked smackedone one at McBride In the thethird thethird thethird
third but Wallace who was on second secondwas secondwas secondwas
was run rundown down at third and tagged out outby outby outby
by Schaefer Newnan going to second on onthe onthe onthe
the play playHartzell playHartzell playHartzeli
Hartzell made a a clever pickup of ofJohnsons otJohnsons ofJohnsons
Johnsons Johnsons smash smash In the he third thirdHoffman thirdHoffman thirdHoffman
Hoffman in center field for the theBrowns theBrowns theBrowns
Browns made some pretty catches catchesDutch catcnesDutch catchesDutch
Dutch Schaefer was mighty anxious anxiousto anxiousto anxiousto
to smite the ball in the fifth but Crouch Crouchmust Crouchmust Crouchmust
must have seen his determined look and andtook andtoo andtoolc
took too a 0 chance on passing himJohnsons him himJohnsons himJohnsons
Johnsons third strike on Hartzell In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the seventh was a a slow one that came cameover cam camover caineover
over the plate so easy that the stitches stitchesmight stitchesml stitchesmight
might ml ht have have been counted counted countedt
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CINCINNATI TAKES TAKESLAST TAKESLAT TAKESLAST
LAST OF SERIES SERIESDodgers SERIESDodgers SERIESDodger
Dodgers Shut ShutOut Out in Thir Thirteeniniiiiig fhirteeninning Ihiiteniuiiing
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teeniniiiiig Struggle StruggleYESTERDAYS StruggleYESTERDAYS StruggleYEISTERDATS
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New York at Pittsburgh PittsburghPhiladelphia Pltt PittsburgPhiladelphia burg burgPbIJadelplla
Philadelphia at Chicago ChicagoBoston ChicagoDoston chicagoBoston
Boston at Cincinnati CincinnatiBrooklyn CI CincinnatiBrooklyn cl nntl nntlDroo1dyn
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New eW York Y > rlr 42 71 053 614 8M 8MPitUbuw rooPittsbufir 00Plttsburg
PitUbuw 3S 32 522 63 5 415 415Cincinnati 515Cincinnati 515 515CincInnati
Cincinnati 38 35 5 5S 827 514 514PhlUdclphU 514Philsdeiphia
PhlUdclphU 33 33 3 418 J4S6 471 471BrooWrn mDrooklrn 471h1rookin
BrooWrn h1rookinSt 32 38 451 453 444 444Bt 4148t
Bt Louis 31 42 4 423 432 419 413Boston 419Borton 419Boston
Boston 23 47 382 391 39 ST STCincinnati 371Cincinnati
Cincinnati July 12In a 0 brilliant thir ¬
teen Inning struggle the Reds tpok the thefinal thefinal thefinal
final game of the Brooklyn series here by
1 to 0 Barger who officiated at the thamound themoupd themoupd
moupd for Brooklyn crawled out of ofmany otmany ofmany
many tight places but In the thirteenth thirteenthwith thirteenthwith thirteenthwith
with tho bases full and one out Miller Millerwas 1tll11erwas Millerwas
was sent to bat for Beebe and drove In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the winning run with a clean single to toright torIght toright
right rightManager rIghtManaser rightManager
Manager Dahlen was 111 at the hotel hoteland hoteland hoteland
and unable to go to the grounds today todayHe todayHo todayHo
Ho left with the team tonight however howeverthough howevcrthough howeverthough
though feeling very bad as a result ofmixing of ofmixing ormixing
mixing one quart of poaches with one oneQuart onequart onequart
Quart of beer Score ScoreBrooklyn ScoreDrookbn ScoreBrooklyn
Brooklyn RHOAE R 11 0 A E Ctadamti Cl dnnatl It H O A E EDilton Eg BDalton
Dalton rf 00010 0 0 0 1 0 Pw Pesclser ber V 00200 00200rinbarL 0 0 2 0 0 0Danboit
rinbarL g Danboit t rfib Ib 0 g 018 l 2 i g 0 = Egan 2 0 01030 01030WhMt 1 0 g 3 g gWh 0 0Vhtat
WhMt Wh at If 01200 0 1 1 0 4 0 MUc 1n 11tteefl ken eL rf 00000 00000Hummel 0 0 0 0 0 0Hummel 0Hummel
Hummel 2b Th0 b 0 1 2 5 0 HobUUck lIObUUdl Ib IbO 0 1 Ill 17 0 0DayJd 00 00Daridson 3 3Davidson
Davidson DayJd d 0 1 5 0 0 Paricert cf 1 2 6 I 0 Q 0 0Leriwx 0tt1n 0Levnox3b01030
Leriwx tt1n Levnox3b01030 x 3b 01030 0 1 0 3 0 Downey I 1r q 3b 3b02240 3b02240Smith 02240 02240Smith 0 2 0 0Smith
Smith w 1 01440 0 1 4 4 0 McLJajC MOLNS IcTAJt c 0 1 110 10 1 0 0Erwinl 0ErnIn 0Erwin
Erwinl Erwin c 00630 0 0 6 3 4 0 McMHUs 1cMBIan M 0 4 2 1 0 0Barsw 0B4fi 0Bargsrp01040
Barsw B4fi Bargsrp01040 p I 01040 O = lsscap ww p B 01040 01040aotkt 1 0 g 4 0 0l g gTotals
l aotkt 3t 0 00000 00000Totals 0000 0000Tot
Tot Totals l 0 63722 6 2 0 Beebc p 0 0010 0010MHleit 0 0 1 0 0rf 0Mthert
MHleit rf 0 01000 01000Totals 1800 1800Ttah 0 0 0Totab
Totals 113 IUBIS SMI U 0 0One 01Ie 0Oae
One 1Ie out when winning irInnts ran leafed leafedlflattei K IOOml1Ratted mL mLIBatted
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Brooklyn OOOOOOOOOOOOCM OOOOOOOOOOOOCMGociiiiMti 0 00000000000000cincinniti 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 00Cildnnatl
GociiiiMti 000600000000 0 000O000000001ITwobaso 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 11 11febase 1 1Twohaw
Twohaw febase bitsDowner Wheat Lennox Left on ontef 00buesCIndlloaU onbases41ndsaatf
buesCIndlloaU tef Cincinnati 16 Brooklyn 8 Dube DfU e play playDanhert vialDanMrt playDanbert
Danhert to Enrin Erda to Dmbert Sacrifice Sscrl ee hits hitsBescher hibr hitsBesdier
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Ganur 9 by 1 b > Beebo D 1 W Parser X 3 Bases on onb onbAllOff onbsl1e
b bAllOff bsl1e ll 0ff O Gaspw 1 off o Beet S off Bargw lla 7 TOmpirei 7Umrins 7UmrtzesMcaa
Ompirei UmrtzesMcaa Messrs IrssrB Klein and Kane Ka t Time of gems same pa pabcNn
2 boars and 53 mioatea mioateaLUSH m1DtltlLUSH mlostuLUSH
LUSH FINALLY WEAKENS WEAKENSCnrtlx WEAKENSCnrtlll WEAKENSCurtis
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the Doves DovesSt DOTesSt DovesSt
St Louis July 12 12Boston Boston won a four fourteenInnlnff fourteenlnnlng fourteeninning
teenInnlnff same from St Louis today
7 to 5 Lush Lus weakened in the ninth and andagain andagain andagain
again in the fourteenth while Matter Matterwho Matterwho Matterwho
who relieved Curtis never gavo th the lo locals locals locals ¬
cals a chance Score ScoreSt ScoreSt ScoreSL1juls
SL1juls St Loot ots RUQtE IUI IU R 11 Q A B I Boston toD ItROAB ItROABllugg1n2b1237 B RHO H 0 A B EII
HHEjrfn llugg1n2b1237 II n 3 b > 1 237 2 3 < e CoDtes Ce Ceittes1 tJts If 01400 01400Ellfe 0 01400FIIk 1 4 0 0 0YJlk
Ellfe YJlk If 0100 0 1 0 o 0 Sfce Swan n a 1 2 510 5 > > 1 1Oakw 1Osk 1Oakescf
Osk Oakescf Oakw cf 01311 0 1 3 1 I Sfcure Shzliei lb 1 111520 111520Xonetclsylb1 115 115OMtclt 2 0 0Konetdty
Konetdty Xonetclsylb1 OMtclt lb 1 2 210 10 0 8 JOIhr ftn rf 1310 1310KWUM 1 3 1 0 0lanll 08 08nesna
KWUM rf 13211 1 2 2 8 S AbWtWbi AbM kbbadeehlossI L I M 1 1531 1531Bresnaban 1 5 3 1 1Rmnaban 1Bsnahanc01200
Bresnaban Bsnahanc01200 c 0 1 2 0 0 Beck c cf 02200 02200Phdps 0 3 I 0 0J
J Phdps belps c 00700 0 0 7 t 0 Crakam Gra am c Ce 1 S 3 4 03towrey3bl050 0 0Jlowrey
Jlowrey 3towrey3bl050 7 3b 10556 10556r 10 1 0 2 50 5 GeU Get a 3b 22336 22336is 2 22330Hsuserrs1046l 2 3 3 e eHIIm
1 HIIm Hsuserrs1046l r M 10461 10461HHEjrfn 1 G 4 6 1 Cwt1s is LU p I 00044 00044RaleUh 0 00040ntsit 0 0 f ffiAleizh
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Iwh 1u l p 0103 0 1 0 3 bweesf bweesfZachert SwwMj 0 1 0 0 0IlHhwitl 0Ihlhwitl
IlHhwitl 1 0 0 0 0Zacherf 0 0Zacfaert
Zacfaert 0 0000 0 0 0 0 Totals 715423 1164Z I 11 42 2 2TotAls 2Totals
TotAls 51i 5104251 U St 2
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tBatted Batted for Lush In Ute fourteenth tMtrteenthBtted fMrteenthBatted I IJBatted
JBatted Batted for fc r Curti in the Bfatb mUIRoston slethfloaton I IBoston
Boston 30000000 30000000St 3 300000002050057 300000002050057StLoute 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 7 75t
St 5t StLoute Louis 0005000000000 0 000500000000005Twohue 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 5Twobase 51woba
Twobase 1woba hltElli hltrElUa Shean Miller ml Swefuty SwefutyTbrecbasa S1Ietnf S1IetnfTh SweeneyThroebaes
Tbrecbasa Th ba5G hitsMiller h1U llJer Graham Sacrifice hits hitsAbbaticchJo hitsAbbaUccbio hitsAbbatlccbio
AbbaticchJo Ellis Phelps Huggius HII IM Brans Brsnstern nns Mat Mattern Iat Iatttm
tern Sheen Stolen bases basesHuggin Hoggins Sharpe 5ha Easeson Bases Baseson Baseson
on ballsOft Curtis 4 off Matters 3 Struck out outBr ootBy outBy
By Raleigh 1 by Curtis 2 bf Lush 5 bf Mat Mattern lli llitern Mettern
tern L Left on basesfit Louis 10 Boston 9 3Umpires 9Umpire3IesmI 9UinpirsMessm
Umpire3IesmI Umpires Messrs Eaton and Johnstons Time cf cfgame ofgame efgeniei
geniei game 2 hours and 50 minutes minutesVIRGINIA minutesvmGINIA mInutesVIRGINIA
VIRGINIA LEAGUE LEAGUEIVrnclrtrarEri 1 LEAGUELynchburg AGUE AGUELynchburg
Lynchburg 3 Norfolk 1 1Sredal 1Spedal 1 1SvedAl
Sredal to The Washington Herald HeraldLynchburg IIeratdL HeisidLynchburg
Lynchburg L > nchburg Va JulyVli JulY12A A pass a adouble adouble adouble
double and a a triple In quick succession successionin
in the third Inning gave the Shoemakers Shoemakerstwo Shoemakerstwo I Itwo
two runs and a lead which the Tars could couldnot couldnot couldnot
not overcome and the home team won
3 to 1 The third run credited to the thelocals thelocals thelocals
locals was due to Walshs wildness The Thevisitors Thevisitors Thevisitors
visitors scored on a low throw to first firstand firstand firstand
and Johnsons single Score
IUHB IUHBLjnchburs It RI Ii E ELrncllbm BL7vciibcrg
Ljnchburs 00201000x3 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 x 3 6 I 2 2Norfolk 2Norfolk 2Norfolk
Norfolk 0 0000000l0h 0 0 0 0 0 Oil C 1 0 1 4 Ij 1 1DattmeGrtmn 1BattrrieeG1ffin
Batteries DattmeGrtmn Griffin and Royc Rowe Walsh Walsh Shins end endChandler endCbmdler andThandler
Chandler Umpire UmpireSIr Mr Westerrelt WesterreltPetersburg WriSterTeltPctersburg WeterrsltPetersburg
Petersburg 2 2J Richmond 1 1Spedsi 1SpeciAl 1Special
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SpeciAl to The Washington Wasbln too Herald HeraldPetersburg BrieldPetersburg
Petersburg Va July 12 UIUchmond UIUchmondwas Richmond Richmondwas
was defeated this afternoon by Peters Petersburg Petersburg Petersburg ¬
burg 2 to L 1 Score ScoreKichmond ScoreIticbmcmd ScoreIticbznond
Kichmond 0000000101 0 000000010140 000000010140Petersbtrg 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 01 40 40Petersburg 4 0 0Pctenburg
Petersburg 10010000 1 IOOl0000x2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 x2 4 43 43BatteriesflamlIton 2 2Batteries 2BtterlrsIIaml1ton
Batteries BtterlrsIIaml1ton Hamilton and Kunkle Kunkiet Morissey and andCowan andC andCowan
C Cowan waD Umpires UmIlinraln Messrs Parker PA and flails DarisDanville DartlDnndlIc flailsDanville
Danville 3 Roanoke RoanokeSpcdal RoanokeSpecIal 2 2Special
Special toTbo Washington Herald HeraldDanville HeBIdDanvUle HeraldDanvliie
Danville Va July 12 12Danv111e Danville again againwon againwon againwon
won from Roanoke today tod Y the victory victorybeing victorybe victorybeing
being be Ins snatched anatchedin In the ninth Inning after afterthe atter atterthe aftertrio
the score had been tied as a result of oftimely ottimely oftimely
timely hitting by the local players The Thegame Thegame Thegame
game was tied up b > the visitors In the theeighth theeighth theeighth
eighth In the ninth a a sacrifice by Priest Priestand PriestnJ1d Priestand
and singles by Laughlin and Rickertwere RIckert Rlckertwere RIckertwere
were sufficient to send the winning run runacross runacross runacross
across the plate Score
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DanrUle 0000101013 0000101014113 0000101014113Boanoke 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 13 11 3 3Roanoke 3Roanoke
Roanoke 0100000102 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 6 2 2Batteries 2natterlesSlmell 2BatterlesSotrell
Batteries natterlesSlmell Sowell and Langhlln LugbUn Cefalu and andSchmidt andSchmidt andSchmidt
Schmidt Umpire UmpireMr Mr > Ir Mace MaceJACK MaceFAOK Macer
JACK r CK OBRIEN NOT A JEW JEWHis JEWHI FEWHis
HI His 1 Letter > tter Signed Joseph Francis FrancisHaffan FrancillIlagnn FrancisHagnu
Haffan Settles Bet BetSan DctSan BetSan
San Francisco July 12 12Dr Dr R B Cor Corcoran Corcoran Corcoran ¬
coran stationed at Presidio bet 500 5C with withJack withJack withJack
Jack Donner shipping clerk at the post postthat postthat postthat
that Philadelphia Jack OBrien had a astrain a astrain
strain of 0 Hebrew blood Dr Corcoran Corcoranwrote Corcoranwrote Corcoranwrote
wrote to t t6 OBrien and received a a letter lettersigned lettersIgned lettersigned
signed Joseph Francis Hagan saying that thatwas thatwas thatwas
was OBriens real name namef and that hiD hloparents hiDparente lilaparents
parents were weroborn born In Londonderry LondondelTYln In ad adjoining adjoining adjoining ¬
joining houses and both were namedHagan named namedHagan namedRagnn
Hagan although no relationship existed existedbetween existedbetween
between them before marriage marriageSenecRji mnrrl marriageSenecs 1ge 1geSeuec
SenecRji Seuec Beat Hill Tops TopsThe Top TopSThe III IIIThe
The Seneca baseball team yesterday yesterdaydefeated yesterdaydefeated yesterdaydefeated
defeated the Hill Top aggregation by
9 to 8 ° The feature of the game was the thepitching thepitching thepitching
pitching or of Seabright and Flynn F1yn for the thewinners thewinners thewinners
winners The Seneqos would like to tohear tohear tohear
hear from all team teams averaging seventeen seventeenyears seventeenyears seventeenyears
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At t WilUamsportReadlnlr 2 Wlliiamspott I am5IXlrt I IU 4ft
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EASTERN LEAGUE LEAGUEAt
At BalttoortJemy City 6 Baltimore BaltimoreAt 9 3At 9At
At MontrealToronto 0 Montreal 2 2At 2Ai 2At
At Newark N nrkPrOrldeDte Providence 1 Newark 2 2NEW 2NEW 2NEW
NEW ENGLAND EXGLA D LEAGUE LEAGUEAt i
At BrocktonLynn 12 1 L2Ilrockton Brockton 1 1At 1At 1At
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EXIT HARDY AND FOREMAN FOREMANMcAleer FOREMANMcAleer FOREMANMcAleer
McAleer Telegraphs to Youngstown Y oungstovn for Pitcher Doc DocMover DocMoyerOther DocMoyerOther
Mover MoyerOther Other News and Gossip of Interest
Two Important bits of news broke from fromthe fromtho fromthe
the Nationals camp yesterday afternoonFirst afternoon afternoonFirst attemponFirst
First First Manager McAleer has sent for forPitcher torPitcher forPitcher
Pitcher Doc Moyer of the Youngstown Youngstownclub Youngstownclub Youngstownclub
club and word Was received that the thetwirler tbetwirler thetwirler
twirler would be here tomorrow tomorrowThe tomorrowThe tomorrowThe
The other news Is that t at Catcher Jack JackHardy JackHardy JackHardy
Hardy and Pitcher Foreman have ha haye been beenreleased beenreleased beenreleased
released outright outrightMoer outrightMoyer NT NTMoyer
Moyer is badly needed at present as asMcAleer asrAJeor asMeAleor
McAleer has hanlV > only four pitchers able to towork toork towork
work ork on accoihiLpf aecou aocouht43t of Dixie Walkers 111 111nes lllneS6 illness
nes ness Hence the theThllowlng following telegram was wassent wassent wassent
sent to Owner Powers of the Youngs Youngstown Youngston Youngstown ¬
town club Can you ship Moyer to me meat meat meat
at once Will send price as soon as he hearrives hearrlv6S hearrives
arrives arrivesThe arrlv6SThe arrivesThe
The message did not come as a a sur surprise surprise surprize ¬
prise to the Youngstown management or orfans orfans
fans the eal saId having been practically practicallymade practicallymade
made some time ago agoWord ago agoWord agoWord
Word was sent back that Moyer would wouldleave wouldleave
leave Youngstown Wednesday and reach reachWashington reachWashington reachWashington
Washington the following day dayThe da daThe dayThe I
The pitcher breaks Into fast companyhis company companyhis companybls
his first year in professional baseball baseballHe baseballHe baseballHe
He was as discovered in the South where wherethe wberethe wherethe
the Youngstown teams trains and has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been twirling giltedged ball since S nae the theOhio theOhio theOhi
Ohio Ohi and Pennsylvania League opened openedlast openedlast openedlast
last spring springWhen springWhen springWhen
When the Nationals were In Cleveland
last month MpAleer sent Kid Elber ElberfeW Elberf Elberfold
feW f k1 on a scouting trip just to look Moyer Moyerover MO Moyerover er erover
over and because of the good things thingsBlberfold thingsElberteld thingsElberfeld
Blberfold reported a deal was arranged arrangedwhereby arrangedwherebj arrangedwhereby
whereby Moyer 1o er was slated for Washing Washington Washington Washington ¬
ton It was understood that the slab slabman slabman slabinca
man would not report until the close of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th season but pitchers are badly needed neededjust neededjust neededjust
just now and an on account of McAleers McAleerspersonal McAleerspersonal MCAleerspersonal
personal friendship with the Youngs Youngstown Youngstown Youngstown ¬
town owner the young athlete Is coming cominghere cominghere cominghere
here In midseason midseasonThe midseasonThe
The release of Catcher Catcler Jack Hardy will willcreate wlUcreate willcreate
create little excitement as it was known knownfor knownfor knownfor
for several days d s that such action was wascontemplated wascontemplated wascontemplated
contemplated contemplatedHardy contemplatedHardy contemplatedHardy
Hardy was obtained by Joe Cantlllon Cantlllonlast Cantll10nla Cantillonlast
last la t September when the Nationals NaUonalscatching Nationalscatching
staff was in a bad way wa He had
several severalopportunlties opportunities to demonstrate his hisability hIsability hisability
ability last fall and made ipade a fine Impres Impression Impresston iznpreselon ¬
sion This season he has been called calledupon calledupon calledupon
upon but seldom and with the addition additionof
of Beokendort and Henry a cut had to tobe tobe tobe
be made so Hardy was released releasedThere releasedThere releasedThere
There Isnt a a more popular player on ontheclub onth ontheclub
theclub th club than Hardy Hard and his team mates mateswm mateswlIl mateswill
wm will hate to part with him He Is a a high highclass hlghclass highclass
class player one who can go out in either eitherthe eitherthe eitherthe
the American Association or the EasternLeague Eastern EasternLeague EasternLeasue
League and make good It was a a toss up upbetween upetwcen upbetween
between etwcen Hardy and Henry and McAleer McAleerdecided McAleerdecided McAleerdecided
decided to hold on to the collegian for forthe torthe forthe
the present at least leastVThe leastjhe leastrhe
VThe rhe club which gets Hardy will find findhim findhim findhim
him a a willing worker In the game every everyminute everyminute weryminute
minute a 0 fine thrower and good g od sticker stickerHeres stickerHeres stickerHeres
Heres hoping he lands with some first firstclass firstctass
class club where he belongs belongsAs belonpAs belongsAs
As for Foreman the young oung twirler he heIs heIs heis
Is hardly up to big league timber In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the first place he hasnt the speed and andcurves andcunes andcurves
curves and also lacks experience experienceForeman experlenceForeman exper1enceForeman
Foreman came here lu re last fall the same sameday sameday sameday
day Dixie Walker arrived and was rec recommended recommendfd recommended ¬
ommended by a friend of Joe Cantlllons CantlllonsHe
He was WDs granted permission early this thisseason thisseason thisseason
season to coach a college team and only onlyjoined onlyjoIned onlyjoined
joined the thELNationais Natlonais two weeks weeks ago agoManager agoManager agoManager
Manager McAleer M Alcer and his band left lefttown lerttown lefttown
town on the 7 oclock train last night nightfor nightt nightfor
for t r Detroit Pitchers Hinrichs and Dixie Dixiei DixieWalker DixieWalker
i Walker were the only members left be behind behind behind ¬
hind The former would not have been beengiven beengiven beengiven
given an opportunity to work In any of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Detroit games while Walker Is still stillunder stillnder stillunder
under nder the weather and needs a goodlong good goodlong goodlong
long rest
Dolly Gray Gra b I to be sent against the theTigers theTigers
Tigers In the opening game of the series seriestoday seriestoday zerestoday
today while Groom oOm will probably twirl twirlThursday twirlThursday i
Thursday Relsling Friday and Walter WalterJohnson WalterJohnson
Johnson Saturday SaturdayLast SaturdayLast SaturdayLast I
Last season about aboutthis this time a sensa sensational sensational ¬
I
tional story was turned loose about aboutsig aboutsigl1at sig signal signat ¬
nat tipping In New York while the theDetroit theDetroIt theDetroit
Detroit club was playing the Yankees YankeesNow Yank YankbosNow es esNpw
Now the cry Is renewed this lime by the theChicago theChl theChleago
Chicago Chl go White Sox The Chicago Tribunerepresentative Tribune Tribunerepresentative Tribunerepresentative
representative with the club declares that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the catchers signals are being tipped off offfrom ofttrom offfrojji
from frojji a a point near the center centerfield field fence fenceir teneeit fenceIt
It ir Is easy to say these things but butwhen butwhen butwhen
when it comes to o jproylnjr roylng them why whythat whythat whythat
that Is another story stOry Entirely EntirelyDespite lnUrelYDespite ShtirelyDespite
Despite the factT fa fabtthat r that the Athleticsbavebeen Athletics Athleticshave
have 1 bavebeen aY been b n kind ltlndltf kindoLbatIn 6t > beatlnff t g gthe the TJgers lgers ger5 Ty TyI Tyc TyI TyI
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Cobb has the following to say about the therace therace therace
race raceIt
It looks like Detroit the Athletics Athleticsand AthletllGand Athleti s sand
and the Highlanders and the three threeteams threeteams threeteams
teams are all mighty strong Of course courseI
I figure that when we get our stride strideagain strideagain strideagain
again that we will win the pennant al although although atthough ¬
though you know there is precedent precedentagainst precedentagainst precedentagainst
against any team winning the flag four fourtimes foururnes fourtimes
times in a row rowThe rowThe rowThe
The Athletics are a mighty strong strongteam strongteam strongteam
team and with Connie Mack at the helm helmare helmare helmare
are bound to make trouble for everybody everybodyTheir everbodyTheir everybodyTheir
Their pitchers are great and the wholo wholoteam wholoteam 1 1team
team Is going at a great clip To us ushowever ushowever ushowever
however New N w York looks stronger than thanany thanany f fan
any an other team except the Tigers We Wehave Wehave Wehave
have had more trouble with Stalllngs Stalllngsbunch StaU1ngsbunch Stallingsbunch
bunch than any other and they are dueto due dueto dueto
to make a a splurge Of course Injuries Injuriesand Injuriesand Injuriesand
and a lot of other things luck included includedmust inoludedmust Includedmust
must be figured on but I take Jt t that thatthese thatthee thatthese
these three clubs are due to make make the theflnal thefinal thefinal
final dash THE SPORTING EDITOR EDITORJACK EDITORJACK EDITOIIa EDITOIIJACK
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JACK CLIFFORD KNOCKED OUT OTJTRiKhthand OUTRllhtbnnd OUTRighthand
RiKhthand Rllhtbnnd Swing Gives Fight to toNelson toNeson t tNelson
NelsonNew Nelson NelsonNew NesonXew
New York July 12 12T 12Ted Ted d Nelson welter welterweight w welterweight 1ter ¬
weight elght champion of Australia knocked knockedout f Iout
out Jack Clifford of San Francisco in inthe inthe a athe
the sixth round at the Falrmount Athletic AthleticClub AthleticClub AthleticClub
Club tonight tonightClifford tonightClifford tonightClifford
Clifford was awkward and inclined to touse touso touse
use roughhouse tactics but when Nelson Nelsongot Kelsongot Nelsongot
got his measure a righthand swing on onthe onthe onthe
the jaw ja ended the bout boutNelson boutKelson boutNelson
Nelson will meet the winner of the theLewisSmith theLewisSmith theLewisSmith
LewisSmith fight which takes place at atORourkes atORourkes atORourks
ORourkes club Friday night nightGOIF nightGOLF nightGOLF
GOLF RECORD BROKEN BROKENSherman BROKENSherman BROKENSherman
Sherman Star Performer In Atneri Atnerican Amerlcnn Ames Amescan
can Associations Tourney TourneyMount TourneyMount TourneyMount
Mount Washington Washington Bretton Woods N NH NIL NH
H July 12 12T T M I Sherman son of thevice the thevice theIce
vice Ice president of the Yahraundesls Club Clubof Clubot Clubof
of Utica was the star performer In the thequalifying thequaUflng thequalifying
qualifying round of the annual champion championship championship championship ¬
ship games of the American Golf Gal Association As Association Association ¬
sociation of Advertising Interests tour tourney tourney tourney ¬
ney here today
His first time over the course tied him himfor himf himfor
for f r the gold qualification medal with R RM He HeM RM
M Purves of Woodland at 75 In the theplayoff theplayoff theplayoff
playoff Sherman broke the record for forthe forthe
the the new course by 3 strokes scoring
71 which was 9 strokes under bogey bogeyBUGS bogeyBUGS bogeyBUGS
BUGS RAYMOND WANTS JOB JOBGiantt JOBGiant T0BGiants
Giant Twirler May Iny Join Chicago ChicagoSemiprofessional OblcngoSemlprofclslon ChicagoSemiprofessional
Semiprofessional I Team TeamChicago TenmChicago TeamChicago
Chicago July 12 lA A I L Raymond Raymondpitcher Raymondltcher Raymonditcher
pitcher ltcher of the New York National Nationali NationalUagU NationalLeague
i League baseball team and known the thocountry thecountry thecountry
country over as Bugs told several severalfriends severalfriends severalfriends
friends this morning he had left the thaNa thaNatlonal Na National National ¬
tional tlonal Lea League 1e and was seeking aspo asposition a a po poslUon positlon
sition wltfi witl one of Chicagos semipro semiprofessional sernlprotesslonal semiprofessional ¬
fessional teams teamsManager teamsManager teamsManager
Manager McGraw said he bad not notheard notheard notheard
heard of Raymonds desertion desertionRain deserlloRalK desertio5 desertio5Rain
Rain Prevents GameOn Game GameOn GameOn
On account of the th 1119 heavy hem downpour yes yesterday y yesterday s sterdllY ¬
terday afternoon the game scheduled be between between betw ¬
tween tw en the Southeast Y M C A and andthe andthe andthe
the Herald of the Commercial Leaguewas League Leaguewas Leaguewas
was called off Th TlJ1s s game however will willbe willbe wiltbe
be played off on the Commercial League Leaguegrounds Leaguegrounds Leaguegrounds
grounds on Saturday afternoon at 3 3oclock 3oclock 1 1oclock
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