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906 F StreetHINRICHS Street StreetH1NRICHS StreetHINRICHS
Right Arm Paralyzed and No Hope Is Entertained for forHis forHis fo foAis r I
His Recovery RecoveryOther Other Gossip of Interest Interestto
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to Baseball Fans
Bill Hlartche hag pitched plt hed his last game gamef
of f batWalter ball ballWalter t tWalter
Walter Johnsons protege pr tege who was ob obta1noo obtained
tained from the Santa Anna club of the thePaclfie thePacific
Pacific Coast U at present In a hospital hOiPltaltot hospitaltot
tot suffering from Infantile paralysfe p paralysMhr ralysk
Dr Clifford S Cox the Waahingtonclubs Washington Washingtonclubs Wa hlngton hlngtonclubs
clubs physician toW the writer yester yesterday yo ter terda ¬
day da that Hlnrich wait in for a long longpieRc longIlfOge longteKC
pieRc teKC Tile pitcher he wild kI will prob probably probab1y probably ¬
ably be b able to leave the hospital in a amonth atnonth amonth
month but ho will never be able again againlo aralnto agatnto
to u use His itS right arm armHinricha armHlnrlcha armIinrichs
Hinricha cue is a tfScullar f nllar u1tar one on Two Twouo
weeks > uo ago a ao o The Washington Herald Heralfstated Heraldstated
stated exclusively ecclustvel that Hinricha was suffering suf suCfering
fering trom acute rheumatism andwouid andwouidtime and would wouldbe outd outdbe
be unable to set Into a uniform for some sometime sometime
time When this announcement was wasmade wasmade
ma made le Hinricha appeared to have all thesymptoms the thesymptom thermptolDl
symptom of rheumatism rheumtl m and It was not notuntil notIntH notuntil
until < late Friday that the twirler had to tojo to1o
jo 0 ro o the George Washington Hospitafor Hospital l
for treatment Dr Cox after a careful carofuldlosnoato carefullognoals carefuldtoenosis
dlosnoato of tno ca case decided that tho thotwirlor thotwlrlpr th e
twirler was wa suffering from nothing lose losethan loesthan 1 1than
than Infantile paralysis a most uncom uncommon uncommon
mon disease among adults adultsDr adultsDr adultsDr
Dr Cox tWnks that HinrIchs was ex exposed exposed exposed
posed to the malady of which there is isan Isan 1 1an
an epidemic at the present time and andwas andwas an anwas d
was unlucky unlucky enough to run Into a n few fowgerms fewgerm fewgerms
germs germsHlnrlchs germ germHlnrlchll germsHlnriche
Hlnrlchs in twontyone yes s old and andwas andwas an anwas d
was signed by Walter Johnson who whowrete whowrote
wrote glowing accounts of the young youngmans youngmans youngmans
mans ability last winter Hinrichs was WAStried wa watried s
tried out in throe games bythe by the Nationals Nationalssnd Nationalsand
and failed to make much Impression al although although
though Manager McAleer thought tho thoyoung th thyoung °
young man would develop and was plan planning planning planning ¬
ning to farm him out when Hinrichs w was wasstricken a astricken s
stricken strickenDr strickenDr
Dr Cox states st that with careful treat troatmOnt tr68tm treatment
mOnt m nt such as Hinrichs is receiving a apresent at atprlcnt t
present the disease can be oured and andHinrichs an anHinrichs d
Hinrichs w will vJI1 Il be able to use u e his arm for torordlnar fo foordinary r
ordinary ordlnar purposes P rpo rpoeel M but declares emphat emphaticallythat emphatically emphaticallyy
icallythat ically that Hlnrlchs pitching days tW are areover areover e
over as a the arm will JU novor b be strong strongenough strongenough stron stronenough g
enough to permit of pitching pitchingThe
The Nationals defeat at the hands of ofthe otthe o f
the Browns yesterday o torday can be traced di directly directly d
rectly to errors which are liable to crop cropout cropout cro croout D
out at almost any an and old time McAleerhopefuls McAleors McAleorshopefuls lfcAleorshopeCuls s
hopefuls had little difficulty in htttln htttlnRube hitting hittingRube g
Rube Waddoll but unfortunately Dixie DixieWalker DixieWalker Dix DixWalker °
Walker was ws also handled roughly The Thechanco Th Thchancos e
chances are that Walker was not quite quiteIn quiteIn qult qultIn °
In shape to workGlad work workGlad workGlad
Glad to s NO o Gabby Street behind the thebat thebat th thbat e
bat again The greAt backstop was right rightthere rightthero rightthere
there with tho stick too tooThe tooThe tooThe
The Now York Telegram nptes that thatBuoball thatBasobalt
Basobali critics both in the Eastern Easterncnd n
end of the American League L gue circuit and andIn an anIn I
in the minor league towns are heaping heapinglot a alot
lot of praise on tho Athletics BostonHlgh Bostons BostonsHlghJandors a
HIghJandors Hlgh andors and Nationals for the thesuperiority thesupcrlorlt tb tbsuperiority 8 8r
superiority that tha hoy have shown over overthe overthe owe owethe r
the Western We tcrn aggregations a gaUons It It is the firs firstime first firsttlmo t
time In many seoeons se a ons that three Eas Easern East Bastern Eastern t
ern clubs have held the first throe post posttfons posltlons positions
tlons in the race with a Western team teamas teamas tea teaas
as far away 1iy as fourth place And even evenWashington evenWashington eve eveWashington n i
Washington which has been a perpetual perpetualtallendor perpotualtallender perpotu perpotutallendor al
tallendor is s hitting the pace pretty pret fast fastIt fastIt fastIt
It looks as If the Senators will finish out outof outot ou ouof t
of lost place for or the first time In year yearsthis yearthis yearthis s
this season seasonAll SCQEonAU BeatonAll
All this good work of the East is only onlya onl onla y
a n natural natur I consequence of their years yearsteam ears of ofteam otteam
team building The West has simply simplyworn simplyworn simp1 simp1worn 1
worn out tho machine they onco pos possessed posscsso po posessod s m
sessed scsso and now they tho are taking their theirturn theirtUrn the theturn r
turn at building up strong combinationThis combinations combinationsThis combinationsThis s
This year ear Is the Easts roar When the theHighlanders theHighlanders th thHighlanders se e t
Highlanders and Red Sox fought for the thepennant tbepennant th thpennant e
pennant back in 1008 they had almost a aprosperous aa aaprosperous asprosporous s
prosperous a n season In 1910 they are areshowing areshowing a ashowing rg e
showing tho results of many seasons seasonswork of ofwork Jfwork f
work In experimenting and dropping droppingplayers of ofplayers otplayers f
players who have served their full use usetulnoss usefulness i
fulness fulnessIt tulnossIt fulnessIt
It did not take long for Hugh Duffy Duffymanager Dutrymanager Duff Duffmanager r
manager of the Chicago White Sox to toInform toIntorm t tInform 0
Inform President Johnson of the Ameri American American Amercan i
can League that the story of a slgna slgnatipping slgt sign signtipping al altipping
tipping bureau at tho Highlanders Highlandersgrounds HIghlpndorsgrounds Highlandorgrounds s
grounds was groundless groun less and the result resultof resultol resu resuo It
of ol o Idle rumors circulated by irresponsblo Irresponsi Irresponsible IrresponsIble ¬
ble persons President Farrell for tho thoHighlanders thoHlg t tHighlanders ho hoat 3
Highlanders Hlg landers confirmed tho report that thatho thathe th thho at atBt
ho will bring a suit for damages against againsta again againa Bt I 3I
a Chicago newspaper ne spl1per which first pub published pubJlshed pu pulished b ¬
lished the charges during the recent visit visitof visitor vls vlsof bit it 1
of the White Sox to New York Hone HoneI Honest t
cr criticism te welcome said Farrell but ho ho1t it t
it te J time that attempt to blackon the thereputation t tputation K s
reputation re putation of my ball club by circulating circulatingunfounded crculatln crculatlnunfounded g
u unfounded charges should be stopped atop peel L
I am conducting an amusement out outprise enter ontorprlse gr
p prtaa on business busIn lines and havo boon boonadriHt1 boo n
a advised to protect my m rights rlghtllbakes rightsL
bakes L
Oakes kee center fielder fiki of the St St Louts Lou Louardinals fc
Cardinals C ardinals who alternates between betweentortures the ttetortur98 he e
torture of the St 5t Louis climate In tho thosummer the tb tbsummer 0
summer and the beauties of California a
In the Winter comes forth with the fol to I
lowing knowledge of the habit of Jamoe JamoeJ Jam IS ISJ
J J Jeffries defeated dfeetoqtor for the heavyweight heaywelghtcharnploIMhlp ht lt
c championship of the world byJack byJ ack John J Jolt Jolteon obn obnBOn A l
s son Oakes saw saw Jeff frequently white wbUDa whl r ra fe
a member of two thlo Los Angeles team of oCtbo f
the Pacific Pacl c Coast League and has liesfollowing the thefollolng
r following to say Jeffs aaloon Is IsLoa to toLos to
Los Angeles pretty much what the av a acrage aerage f
crage dime musuorn te to most towns townsen town1Vhen s
When en it was first opened almost almo t every ever I r f
body bod ° t > J ody dropped In to rubber at the big bt fel f flow ei
low Did he drink Ho never mfcwed mb61edround mastiElround a around
round whenever anybody chirped that thathippy thathlpp
hippy hlpp h ippy ditty dlttWhatU Whatll
bat11 you ou have It wag wagwine waswino a awine
wine If he could get It otherwise otherwl whisky whisk whlskJott whiskeff
Jeff J eff was a heavy drinker I guest he hetried hetrIed
tried hard to be ready for Johnson but butold b bold ut Jt
old John Barleycorn bid ld his number numberand numborand numbsand utr r
and ho couldnt come back ArtfTnow ArtfTnowthat Ans1 An lo ow owthat v
that was what I thought and why I Ia had hada 1
a little bet on Lll Artha Arth ArthWhat 1 1What
What a hornets nest the veteran Sam SamCrane S SCrane am m
c Crane stirred up when he picked an all a1lAmerican al alAmerican l
American baseball team and tho article articlewas articlewas art cle je
v was published In n one of the
monthly ma maaz1nE mag magazlncs magazln s
a azlncs azln When the various sporting writers writersIn write writeIn rs
J In the cities In
league saw his se selections s sloctfons e
J lections and their favorites fay ltes failed to ap appear a apear p
pear up went tho trip t hammer and anddown g red
d down It t descended doseondodnot
not once but
many man mantlmea m may i itimes iy
t times Since the
magazlno article ap appeared appeared a apeered p ¬
peared there have ba e been a score or more moreot ma re
Q of selections of allAmerican teams and andafter andafter an d j
a after carefully perusing all one falls to to80e toam
g Bee a groat difference In any of them Sam Samhad S Shad am > m
had his favorites and his critics in pick pickIng pickIng pie k
Ing t ug other teams have had theirs and andplaced a id
jj placed them on their teams Thus Thusrgument the theargument ne
argument a they the advance against Crane Cranecan Cranecan Cm no
can be taken against them and go gondefinitely on onIndefinltel
Indefinitely Indefinltel I Sam did succeed In starting alert ng
the t he allAmerican team selections and the thepractice t he
practice probably prob bly will not stop until the theOshkosh theOshkosh t he
c Oshkosh Wis Kankakee III and Oska Oskaloosa Oskaloosa Os ka a
loosa Iowa scribes have had their turn turnat turnat to toat rn
a at the fun Then the footbalKseason ootbalIsOtIsonwill on
will be here and we will have our ourAmerican all aJlAmerican aUAmerican H
American football teams teamsAnd toamsAnd
And those llnotypers may well wellthankful be bethankful bethank
thankful thank CuI that the persons holding forth forthIn forthIn for forn th
In n the Antwerp chess tournament are areplaying not notplaying notplnylng no noity t
I playing baseball Consider the possibility possibilityof poss1b11 poss1b11of ity
c of a box score with Chotlmlrsky lead leadoff leading leadingoff leadingoff ng
c off Niemzowltsch sacrificing him to sec second socond 5 oc j
c ond and Tartakowor bringing him home hometo hometo ho m e
t to soy nothing of Forgacz Tarrasch and andvarious andvarJolis a mnd n nd
i various others othersIn
In view vIo of the fact that Mike Donlln Donlin Donlinpicks Don Un ln
I picks the Giants to annex tho pennant pennantwe ponnant ponnantwe porn ant nj
we infer that Mique and Mabel are about aboutto aboutto ab abto o m ut
to open In New York YorkGOSSIP
Joe Coster and Charlie Gdldman G Jdman have havesigned ha ve
signed to muss at the Fairmont Falnn nt Athletic AthleticClub AthletloClub Athle tic °
Club of New York tonightWillie tonight tonightWillie tonlghLWllIlo
Willie Lucas will be hoard from In the thefall thofall he
fall Willie has learned a lesson and Is Isrecuperating Isrecuperating
recuperating for a n busy bus season seasonJoe S0880nJoe
Joe Grim was very ver much In evidence at atAtlantic atAtlantic
Atlantic City last week Joe and J Jack JackFitzgerald JackFltzgorald a ck
Fitzgerald will moot In the near future futurePal >
Pal Moore will start active training In Ina incouple
a couple of weeks for that muss with Ad AdWolgast AdWolgast
Wolgast Pal Is a confident of the result rosultThe
The moving pictures pl 1turos of the fight of tho thocentury
century which took place at Reno last lastmonth I ast
month are on exhibition at Atlantic City Citythis C Cthis 1ty
1 this week weekPhil weekPhil weekPhil
Phil Cross brother to Loachlo LoachfeTony and andTony andTon andat
Tony Ton Bonder box the star bout boutBrowns at atBrowns
Browns Gymnasium New York Yorknightt to tonight
Always the Same SameTharps SameTharps errs
Tharps TharpsBerkeley harps
Berkeley Rye Ry
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St StLouis Louis Wins First of Series Seriesby Seriesby SeriesUDt04
UDt04 by 5 to 4 4RUBE
Dixie Walker Twirl Six Inning Inningfor Inninglor Inningfor s
for McAleers 1tIcAleer Hopefuls When Vhen He HeIs lieIs If IfIs e
Is Relieved by 11 Uclallng RebUngElberleld RebUngElberleldand Elberfeld Elberfeldnnd d
and Conroy Conro Have Ilas a Off Day Du and andTheir andTheir an anTheir d
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St Louis Aug IRube L Rube Waddell cam camback came cameback e
back today todi and the Browne won I to ton 4 4n
In n the first game qome amg with Washington For i iUfiod
tiflod by b a sojourn of something like likemonth a amonth 1 I
month as driver of the water wagon wagonwith wagonwith wagonwith
with Judge Pollard bossing the job and aadbS an anhie
bS hie lie income reduced to three meals aIt a day dayJt
it was the first essay Waddell Wadd H has made madefor DHLdetor mad madfor e
for sonfe som time to hold hi his job in th thmajor the themajor thetMjor e
major league and ho made good withthe with withtho
tho assistance of ten other players and and80me
some o luck thrown in InWaddell
Waddell was not tho only one wh who whoneoded o
nc needed assistance al tanco as Walker alkor needed It Iteven f
ev even worse and did not get it It Walkers Wa1kersteAm Walker 9
te team mates put in a n busy bu afternoon afternoonjotting n 9n
jo jotting tting down black bl ck marks In Uiajr fleto fletoing fieklIng fl cld
in inui ing record record When the derrick was finally finallyused Sln Anala Analaused cldY lly llyuled Y
ui used on Walker in n the sixth Inning the thogame th thSxme e
g game was practically on the wrong side sideot ski 0
Of < > j the ledger and one wallop oft Rolsiing Roblingright Reisltn g
rj right at the start of the latters twirling twirlingcareer twtriia twtriiareer
d career ca reer put ovor the run which eventually eventuaJlyWOft eventuall eventuallwon y
w won
WOftWaahlngton Washington began to slap WaddoHs Waddallslants Wadded ra
s slants right at tho start of the game cameand gate a
a and soon had a lend of two rune In Inthe I Ithe n
tl the second sOC4nd with 1th Elborfold out on a long ion s
fl fly y McBelde walked waJk d Conroy Conro singled singledpast singledINUit el
p past third Gossler Go sler singled through Wad Wa Wacall Vad Vaddoll d
a dell McBride scoring Street singled singledconfer to tocooter
C center and only a fine throw b by Hoffman Hottmanshut Hoorn a s
s shut off ot Conroy at the plate Walker 1talk VaJkermade
n made the third out on a a grounder to toHartzoli toHartzell
E Hartzell
Nationals Add Another AnotherSchaefer AnotherSchaeCer
Schaefer died to start the third be bocaus b C Ccause
cause caus Stone ran over for a good ood catch on ena o In Ina
a long aeml aomillnor llner but Kllllfer Ill111t er banged the thesame
f same s ame way for a double Ho went to tothird
third on Lellvelts infield out and scored scoredwhen acor acorwhen eel
when Elberfeld singled through True Truesdale Truedale s
dale Elberfeld was forced by McBrido McBridoIt 9
It was not until the fourth thatLouis that St StLouis t
Louis made its first run and then two twoerrors t w 0
e errors turned the trick Wallace ground grounded groan groaneel d
0 ed to Elborfeld and tho Kid heaved over ovorLeJlolts ow or r
Lelivolfs Lelh olts hoar Wallace going to second aeconda8 cocci id d
as a result He took third on Newnans NewnansInfield Newna n 1 s
l Infield out When Schwltzor fllqd fiI ftlE l nto to
c Conroy Wid got In too big a n hurry to tomake toho
n make the throw home and muffed t tbat tho ho n
b ball Wallace scoring Schwltzer di died diedstealing
s stealing stealingp
St Louis put the game away In the thesixth ti e
s sixth which Walker began by passing pearl ng
Wallace Newman Newmnu tried to make a a arn vie Ic c
t Um U rn of himself but the entire Washiiig Washln g
ll ton Infield Insisted on onfieldtbg fleltfftig fief g the ball banand
and left first in an unpopulated condl condition can Ii j
tion t Hence Newman got an undesenod undeaert Bd
h hit Schwitzer Sch 1tzer smashed on a line to left It ft
for a double and Wallace came home boa boaoffman me ie >
I Hoffman H offman drove to right center and GOBS G mes g
1 ler made a corking corking good catch Trues True A
d dale tripled to right center Nownam and es d
Schwitzer scoring McAleer made the thomystic t I L 1U
mystic sign at this point and Dixie Dlxlcalker Dixi C j
Walker alker went south while whlleRelsUng Relating came cameon ca me e
c on duty
Drowns Win the Game GnmeStephens GameStephens
Stephens caught Roisllnt Rolslln for a sting stir g
Ingslnglo lng slnglo to center boforo ho could get getsoUled 7
settled down Truosdale scoring After Afterthat Afterthat Ai teC
that the Browns went out In order for forthe tortho
the remainder of the game gameWaddell gameWaddeJl
Waddell struck squally going again In Intho
t tho e eighth Ho started off of by passing pass ing
Schaefer < who was forced at second by
Killlfor Then Lolivolt singled to right rightand rightand rig rigand ht
f and on a throw to catch Killlfer at third thirdWTTch thirdWiiTch th thWhich rd
Which failed took second and b both bothscored nth
scored on Elberfelds single to rig right rightThe ht
The Kid tried for second but was caught caughtm eau g bt
on the shortthrow trick Waddell com coming comIng co m ¬
ing Inside of first base for the relay rob 17
McBride fanned fannedWhen fannedWhen fannedWhen
When Rube opened the ninth ninthmaking by bymaking bymalng byand
making a n couple of wild pitchesfinally pitches and andfinally andfinalJy
finally hitting Conroy Conro Lake took the thomound thehen
mound G Gesslpr sslpr sacrificed and then thenStreet t tStreet hen
Street put Conroy on third with anfrom an out outfrom outfrom outing
from Wallace to Newman Relsllng Relsl ing
fanned leaving Conroy on third and andgiving
giving the Browns a n victory by a 8 sin sinrun single singlerun singlerun gg
run runThe
The score
Schaefer S hnerer cf 3 0 10 1 0 0 0
Killlfer 2b 4 2 1 1 0 0
Lelivelt Ib 4 1 1 13 1 0 0
Elberfeld 3b t 4 0 3 1 3 1
McBride ss 3 1 0 1 v 3 1
Conroy If 3 0 1 1 0 2
Gessler rf 3 0 1 3 0 0
Street c 4 0 1 3 3 3 1
Walker rnlker p 2 0 0 0 1 0
Relsllng p 10 1 0 0 1 0 04
Totals TotalsST 31 4 9 31 12 6 6AB IiST
Stone If IfHartzell 4 0 0 1 0 0
Hartzell 3b 3bWallace 40 4 0 0 2 3 0
Wallace W J1 ce ss ssNownam 32 2 0 4 a 0
Nownam Ib IbSchwitzer 4 1 1 6 0 0
Schwitzer rf rfHofman 2 1 1 1 1 g
Hofman Hocmaii n cf cfStephens 3 0 0 5 1 0
Truead Truesdafe e 2b 4 1 1 3 0 0
Stephens c cWaddell 3 0 2 5 2 0
Waddell p 0 0 01 O 1
Lake p 0 0 0 0 0 05 0Totals 8
Totals 30 5 5 27 13 0 0Washington
01100002 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 04
St Louis 0 0 0 1 0 4 0 0 0Threebase x5 x5Threebaso x5Threebaso
Threebaso hit 1ltTruesdale Trucsdale Twobasoi Twobasot Twohi ass
hits hltsKIUlCer Killlfer Schwitzer Sacrifice hits
Hofman Gessler Sacrifice S crlfico fly fiSchwlt fiSchwltzero flySchwitzer Schwit Schwitzer ¬
zer Passed ballStreet ballStrut Hit by pitcher pitcherY
By Y Waddell 1 Bases on ballsOff
Waddell 2 off Walker 2 Struck out
By B Lake 1 by Relsllng 1 by Walker 1
Hits madeOff Walker Walkort 4 off Waddell 9 9Umpires
Left on basest LoUlB Loins 6 Washington
6 Umpiresliessra Umpires Messrs DIneen and Evans
1 Time of gamo1 game 1 hour and 42 minutes minutesNOTES minutesNOTES minutesNOTES
J JCOl Jim McAleer was an absentee from the thecoaching theooachlng theching
COl coaching ching line Last time Washington Washingtonwas Washingtonwas Washlnbtonwas
was hero Jim was on the lines and noisier noisierhan noisierthan notatethan
Coaching than han since hebecama he became a manager Coach CoachIng Coaching
in Ing gave McAleer a bad throat and he hewas hewas h
was under the doctors care for some sometjme BorneIme somet
tjme t Ime Unglaub supplied fully as much muchnolle muchnollc mac macnoise
noise as McAleer McAleerHoffman McAleerHoteman
Hoffman did ramo tJmtoature feature work In n thefirst th
first two Innings Three of the first six sixouts s souts
outs were to his credit and he made an anassist anuslst a
assist on a fourth that was a dandy dand Con Conroy Conroy Conroy
roy vas as on second whon Street drove droveline aline 1
line single to center Conroy Conro tried t tcame to tocome tocome
come home but Hoffman made a a fine finethrow finethrow fin finthrow
throw and Stephens had him Washing Washington Washington Washington B ¬
ton made a n kick kick on the play pIa but none nonewas nonewas non nonwas
was coming for as a matter of fact Conray Con Conroy Conroy ¬
roy never touched the plate at all as he heslid heslid h hslid
slid In front of it itStone ItStone itStone
Stone turned a good catch on Schaefer Schaeferalong Schaerorslong Schaeferlong
long drive in the third thirdStreet thirdStreet thirdStreet
Street came near being seriously injurcd In Injured Injured ¬
jured In the third Inning Stone drove drovefoul a afoul nfoul
foul f fly which hlch came down near the theBrowns theBrowns th thBrowns
gf Browns bench Street chased after i iand it itlnd
and nn when he finally finaU checked himself for forfear tort6Jr to tof r
fear t6Jr f r of hitting the stand he stumbled stumbledj stumbled6d stumbled
J j nd d fell head first Fortunately Fortunately Fortunat IY Spade Spadewas Spadewas Sped Spedwas B
W was sitting in front of the 8 stand nd an and andStreet andStroot
St Street reet plunged Into him He wasknocked wasknockedout was RS knocked knockedout knocks knocksout
out for a n minute a as It was T but > ut had h htilt he hehit hehit B
hit the concrete front of the stand it itwould Itwould f
W would have been a case of the hospit hospitfor hospital hospitalfor hospitalor
for o or him himHartzoli himHartzoJt himHartzell
Hartzoli made on onof one of the U e most ost start startling startUng stn stnling ¬
Ill ling catches of the season whon he pulled pulleddown pulleddown puUe puUedawn u
d down Conroys liner in n tho fourth Inning lnnin lnninThe
T The ball was driven waist high between betweenHartzell betweenHartzell betweeiHartsell
H Hartzell and third and Roy had to to toa take takestep taketop
a step top over and roach out with his bare barehand barehand bar barhand e
ha hand to get at the leather While even evenbody eeobody
bo body was looking for the ball to go on onto onto 0 n
to loft it t stuck in Hartzells mitt Hart Hartzoll HartzoU Hartzoll
zo zoll also made a a fine catch of a foul fly flyoff fiyof ft ftoft Y
off of ° Lolivelfs bat in n the fifth inning inningStephens InnIngStephens
Stephens < made a catch against the thestand thestand th thstand
gt stand on McBrides foul In the sixth sixthElborfold sixthElbertold six sixElberfold
Elborfold gj taking second on the out outDixie outDixie
Dixie Walker walked a1kod south in the sixth sixthat sixthat sixthat
at McAleers request Helsllng took up
tb the burden and Stephens ImraadlaUly ImraadlaUlyclouted ImmtdStt1clouted immldlateiYclouted
cl clouted < out a single to center scoring 1IC0rln 1IC0rlnlIUt
Ti TriwBdale lIUt ale with the winning run runTIGERS runTIGERS
Karger Isar 3 er Twirls Grand Ball Balland
and Red Sox Win WinDetroit V in inDotrolt
Detroit Aug L IDetroit Detroit lost oat to the theBoston theBHiOn th e
Boston Rod Sox today by a 5tol to1 scare scorePour scareFour
Four hits ware ero all Karger allowed the thelocals theloealll th e
locals to got A couple of hits and three threeorrors threeurrocs threeerrors a
errors In the eighth Inning gave th the theBoctonlans thoBoatonlans °
a Boctonlans threoe runsThe runs runsThr runsThr
Thr Score ScoreDetroit ScoreDctlot ScoreDctrolt
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in Second Inning InningChicago
Chicago Aug iThe Tho White Sox de deCeatod
f featod Philadelphia Phi adelphfa easily today toda Coombs CoombsWU S
T was driven from the box In n the second secondInning eeaon I Inning
I Inning when the locals scored sco d four runs runson run a
c on four singles and a a triple The playfn playfnof playing playingA g
of ° Tannehill at first base was the feature featureof tootureot a
c of the game The score scorePhlia scarePhila aII
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ConfaM 2b b 42140 4 2 1 4 0 Kdly 1a1 rf 40200 4020 0 0 0
f Baker aker 3b 30120 3 0 1 2 0 Doucafrtj 1i If 2 1 1 0 0 0cJb
r Doris cJb Ib 31810 3 1 8 1 0 TannebflT TumoWU Ib 4 1 119 1190 19 0 0 0Barry o
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r Barry Jan ss 30310 3 0 3 1 0 Hfackburae macltb ral M s 4 i 1 R 0
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Chicago Ck C 0400J001X5 0 4 0 0 J 0 0 1 x1i x1iRunsThomas 5
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bases ba3esPbUadelphla Philadelphia 5 Chicago 4 Passed bat ball
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New York Captures Exciting Game Gamein GameIn Gam e
in Cleveland ClevelandCleveland Ch elond elondCleveland
Cleveland Ohio Aug 1 1Although Although the theNaps theNaps t he 16
Naps outbatted New York today the theHighlanders theHIghlanders t tHlghlatiders he e
Highlanders won non on an interesting game gameby gameby ga gaby me ie
1 by 4 to 2 Score ScoreDaolela ScoreNew ScoreNeer
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llemnhUl ll lb1 rf 4 0 0 1 0 4 0 I Oranejr If 43200 4 3 2 e 2 0 0
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cf 3 2000 2 0 0 0 Lajoit 2b b 41410 4141 1 4 1 0
Gardner Ztx 4 0 4 4 0 Easterly Co c 40630 4 0 6 3 0
Reach H s 30410 3 0 4 I 1 0 SUmUL toTall Ib 3 1 113 13 0 0
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Mitchell p 00000 0 0 0 0 0
Totak29 Totah 29 527 52712 L 1 Bemis JiamisMitchell 10000 10000Totals 1 0 0 0 0
Totals Totl1s3l 31 77116 72T 1116 15 i 0 0Batted
Batted fer Kotstner In the eighth eighthNew e eighthNewYork th thNew
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Knight Easterly to Cajole UmpiresMessrs Kerin Kerinand Kerinand K J
and Connolly Conn lJy Time of came gumel 1 hour hournll and 44 minutes minutesAttcndaace3412 minutesAttcudance34l2 mtnn
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Largest Morning Circulation
In the House HouseFOR HouseFOR HouseFOR
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Lynclibnrjc Takes Swntfest SwntfestSpatel Sotfet8te1 Swatfeattlpeaiel
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feated Richmond today in n a swatfest SW8tCe t In Inxvbleh Inwbleh faarhict
xvbleh there thsr < 3 wore w r twentyeight hits for tora fora
a a total of Uitrtyoighl base the score 5iorebolag scorebefog
being 12 > z to A feature was Manager Diaaagarmiths zaaagerSmlths
Smiths S clean homer in the eighth this thisbeing thisbelD
being belD the only circuit of the season on onthese enthe onthese
these the e grounds Lynchbur played allround an anaround
around a round the visitors and deserved to win windespite windespite sindespite
despite the hard hitting against them themRichmond tbemRichmond themichmond
Richmond R ichmond gave Boyne a Virginia Virgin boy on ontrial ontrigl ontrial
trial miserable support Score
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Isfocfcl Spacial Sp I to the WaaUsctm Wa HeeaU lle IIeraldNorfolk ld ldNoOrfolk
j Norfolk Va Aug LAndrad L Andrada was 88 hit hitsafely hitS6teJy hitsafely
safely In every evet Inning this afternoon and andNorfolk andNorf
Norfolk Norf N orfolk 1k defeated Roanoke S to fl 0 The The1oc1s
locals bunched two hits In each of three taredInnings threeInnings
Innings and In sear of o these rounds a a arunner arunner
runner crossed the plate Walsh pitched a agreat agreat agreat
great game not a a Tiger passing second secondbase secondbut
base Score
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Danville Va Aug L IPetersburg IPetersburgdroppod Petersburg Petersburgdropped
dropped < the opener to Danville today ID IDan IDan
an eightInning game called on account accountof accountot
of the darkness The game was a 8 apltah apltahors pitch pitchers pltahers ¬
ers battle and at times lagged dosplto dospltothe dospltothe despitethe
the closeness of the score The opposing opposingpitchers opposlnlpi opposinitchers g
pitchers pi p tchors seemed to be about evenly evenlYmatched
matched and but for forPuttmans Pullmans error errorat frrorat errs errsat
at first bae base the score would likely lIkel have havebeen haveboon haveboon
boon tied Score ScoreDuiTfife ScoreDaR ScoreDaar8lei
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Little Black Filly Fill Takes X1100 X11005falics 11000 11000Stakes l1OOOStakes 0
Stakes at Detroit DetroitDetroit DetroitDetrol
Detroit Aug LThe little black filly fillYEmily
Emily Ellen an outsider in the betting bettingwas bottIngwas boffin g
was the big winner in the opening rac racf races racesor oa
of o f the blue ribbon meeting at the State Statefair Statetall Stai e
fair track today toda winning all thre three threeheats e
heats In the Horseman Horsemlinn and Spirit of the theTimes theTImos th thTimes e
Times 111000 llOOO 100 futurity for threeyearold threeyearoldtrotters threeyoaroldtrotters threeyearOiltrotters d
trotters Summaries
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211 class trotting l3 3 in 5 51 stake 3000 3000Major 30c0Majoc 3000Major
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for threeyearold threer old trotters three heats hc S stake 11X UOO UOOEmlly U Q00
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Joe H b Co c McAllister 233 2 3 3 3elI
Sell elI Gent b f L Cameron 323 3 2 3
Time Tim 2Htt 213U 213 201Vi 211 211BLOODHOUNDS
ShnppirloB Run Down by b Ravenous RarenonaCanines RavenousCanines Ravens na s
Canines Score 18 to 3 3Tho 3The
The Bloodhound Athletic Club fasten fastenthe fastened tastenedtho e d
tho fangs deep into the crafty craft Shapplrlos Sha c happtc plrlos plrlosySterday eos os s
yesterday and made the enemy shout for forhelp torhalp f o r
help a n score of times before they gave gaveup gaeU1 ga gaUP ve ove e
up U1 the scent The feature of the nin nlne nlneInning
Inning scrap was the flinging of ofBrodsky M MBrodsky I
Brodsky for the chasers After the dust dusthad dusthad dui duihad t
had rolled away and the bones were werecounted werecounted we wecounted re e
counted it was found that the hounds houndshad houndshad bourn bournhad da s
had gotten their fill fill Score 18 to 3 t ti
Frank Farrell Bring Brings Only 750 750from 7u0from O Ofrom
from Memphis MemphisCincinnati MemphisCincinnati lemph1aCtneinDatJ
Cincinnati Aug 1 IThe The national base baseball baseball baseaU ¬
ball oommiwhHt today promulgated a alist Iilist alist
jj list of players sold by a major league club clubto clubto clubto
n to minor league argue dubs with 1th opdexts to torecall torecall torecall
r recall on August 39 S I UM UMNew liltNew 1sI
New York American League sold to toMemphis t tMemphis toemphis
Memphis M emphis Frank Farrell tffil ± SO C C Wag Wagner Sfagnor Wagner ¬
n ner J7S lit I L > ChanoeJI fiG fiGSyracusoMlke M MSyracuse I ISyracuseMike
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negro pugilist will not race Ralph d dPalgta da daPalme dePaiPn e
Palme Palgta George rge Robertson nor Barney BarneyOMneld BarneyOkiftekI Berne BerneOldfleld Y
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d drome rome nor or any other race track in this thiscountry thisoounto thiscountry
° country over which the American Am dcan Auto Automobile Automobile Autoobile ¬
r m mobile obile Association has jurisdiction jticledktlonDi H HM IIf
M f Butler chairman of the contest board boardof boardoC boar boarof
of ° the til A A A
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d driver who bo handles a car In any kind of ofa ofa o oa f
a race must be registered that thtJob Johnson Johnson On is isnot isnot i s
n not registered and will not be registered registeredMINOR registeredMINOR register registerMINOR gel
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Reds Get New Infleldcr InfleldcrCincinnati Ini1 IntleIdcr IntleIdcrCincinnati lder lderCIncinnati
Cincinnati Aug L IManager Manager Griffith of otthe
the Reds has haspurchnsed purchased Mickey Cor Corcoran Co r
coran of the Buffalo utCnlo club and Corcoran Corcoranwill Corcor a n
will be a n candidate for a regular posit position positione io n
In the Reds Infield InfieldJeff
Jeff Denies Being Doped DopedLoa
Los Angeles Aug LJlm Jeffries to todR ti
day dR flatly denied he ever ever said he was wasdoped w as
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