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Just when wo thought the lowly Browns Brownswere Brownswere Brownswere
were down for the count and we were werefiguring wereft woreflguring
ft figuring rlng on a tinner nner grasp of ilfth place placethe placethe placethe
the abovementioned 2 > ovcl ovc MnUoned Browns like the theproverbial theprov I Iprovtibhl
proverbial prov rbad worm turned and with 1th some someairtight Borneairttght somealrtght
airtight pitching and even tighter fleM fleMIng SIcklIng fleMIng
Ing up and smote our Nationals yester yesterday ye yeMerday ter terday ¬
day 4 to ft ftIt
It h never pay pays to figure ahead in base baseball basebslt baseball ¬
ball Manager rJM er McAloer M leer prior to the game gameadmonished gamoadmonlMaed gameadnii
admonished adnii iIehed his hirHng hlrn to gather an oxtra ox oxtra oxtra
tra amount of steam for says HY he This Thisfellow Thisfellow Thisfellow
fellow Pelty Pelt Is i going to pitch and it he heis heIs heis
is right he will give us an awful battle battleA batUeAI battleAs
A AI Pelty once worked for Manager Jim Jimthe Jimt Jimthe
the t local bos boa knew Ju just t what he was wastalking wastalkiDg wastalking
talking about and he wasnt kidding kiddingeither kiddingeither kiddingeither
either A A glance Iance at the box score will willprove willpro willprove
prove pro convincing convincingManager eonrinclngManager convincingManager
Manager Jim further ventured to re remark remark remark ¬
mark in a casual way wa If Groom is issteady Issteady issteady
steady I think we will beat em emGroom emGroom emGroom
Groom wasnt 88nt steady stead In fact he had hadjone hadone hadAwe
one 9f of his off days couldnt find the theplate theplat theplate
plate plat for one thing and when he did didsome didome didsome
some > > ome hostile Brownie would wallop tho thoball thoball theball
ball safe Bill Otey Ote Virginia League Leaguestar Leaguestar Leaguestar
star relieved Groom after the latter had hadwalked hadwaJked hadwalked
walked Trueedale Tr in n the fourth and the thefan theraM thefans
raM fan were much pleased with Bills fling flinging tUnglng flinging ¬
ing He left the impression that Manager ManagerJim ManqarJim tanagerJim
Jim might be able to work him more moreoften moreoften moreoften
often said Ad get away awa with it itSclmcferM itSchnefer itSchnefers
SclmcferM Muff Costly CostlyAn Coati CoatiAn CostlyAn
An unfortunate muff of a 8 thrown ball ballby banb bailby
by b Schaefer in the Browns first inning inningpaved inningpa inningpaved
paved pa ed the way a for three large juicy juicytallies jule juletalUM juicytallles
tallies and brought brOu ht forth generous out outbursts outbursts outbursts ¬
bursts of groans srOftllfrom from the faithful faithfulOn faithfulOn faithfulOn
On the other hand Poltys support was wasabout WWlabcn1t wasabout
about the best seen here this seasonBobby season seasonBobby loaMnBobby
Bobby Wallace was the big stumbling stumblingblock stumbltngblock stumblingblock
block Two phenomlnal onehand stops stopswhich stopswhich stopswhich
which were turned Into double plays playschoked plaschokod playschoked
choked off about the only chances Wash Washington Washington WashIngton ¬
ington had to send men over the plate plateJust plateJust plateJust
Just four double plays show what a stone stonewall stonewall stonewall
wall defense our heroes were up against againstIn againstIn againstIn
In the ilxth bcth inning Schaefer and Con Conroy Conro ConToy
roy ro got a as far as third and second re respectively respectivelY reepectivoly ¬
spectively Two were out and George Mc McBrlde McBride McBride
Bride up Mac tried his best to send the theball theball theball
ball safebut Mli safe Abut i clever stop stops by Hartzell Hartzellspoiled Hartzellspoiled Hartzellspoiled
spoiled things In the fifth after two had hadperished hadperished hadperished
perished Unglaub and Ainsmlth singled singledbut sIngledbut singledbut
but Otey fanned and again there was wasnothing wasnothing wasnothing
nothing doing in the run line lineWith UneVith pineWith
With one out In n the first second fourth fourthand fourthand fourthand
and seventh the Browns inflekl pulled pulledoff pulledoft pulledoft
oft lightning double plays spoiling every everypossible everypotelbla everyposoible
possible chance of a batting rally Both BothGoseler BothGossler BothGoseler
Goseler and Unglaub were robbed of long longhits longhits lon lonhits g
hits by spectacular catches on the part of ofStone otStone o oStone f
Stone and Hoffman HoffmanAfter HoftmonAttor HoffmanAfter
After Groom had retired Truosdale in inthe Inthe inthe
the Browns opener Stone singled to left leftand lenand leftand
and Nownam grounded to Groom The Thelatter Tholatter Th Thlatter o
latter made a perfect throw to Schaeferbut Schaefer Schaoferbut Schaeferbut
but Germany dropped the ball Had mattors mat mattors matters
tors been otherwise the opposition would wouldhave wouldhave woul woulhave d
have been retired runloss as Griggs skied skiedto skiedto skiedto
to Conroy CODrO
Drowns Slug the BallThen Ball BallThen DallTh
Then Th Then n came some oldfashioned sluggingHartzoll slugging sluggingHnrtzoll sluggingHartzoll
Hartzoll singled scoring Stone Wallace Wallacedrove Wnllncedrovo Wallacdrove e
drove one safe 5fte to right and Newnam Newnamcounted Newnamcounted Newna Newnacounted
counted Hoffman singled to center fill fllling filling fillIng ¬
ing the sacks Groom gave KHllfer a n bas bason base baseon baseon e
on balls forcing in Hartzell Hartz ll Pelty Pelt made madeit madeIt mad madIt e
it three out Schaefer to Unglaub UnglaubIn UnglaubIn
In the t Browns second Groom handea handeaout handeaout handeout d
out tw t bases on balls and the same samenumber samenumber sam samnumber e
number in the third Only Onl fast flclamg flclamgby fielomgby flelatn flelatnby g
by the mon behind him kept the Browniesaway Brownies Browniesaway Browniesaway
away from the home plate plateWhen plateWhen plateWhen
When the fourth opened with Trueadale Trueadaleup Truesdalup e
up Sir Robert Groom Continued c nUnued to hand handout handout han hanout d
out passes > 88508 and Manager McAleer decided decidedto I
4 to substitute Otey The latter looked lookedwhole a awholo awholo
wholo lot better and held the visitors visitorssafe visitorsafe Ialtorssafe s
safe until the ninth when a single by byStone byStone b bStone y
Stone Newnams sacrifice and Griggs Griggswicked GrIggswicked Grigg Griggwicked S
wicked wicked thump to center scored another anotherrun anotherrun anotherun r
run runAinsmlth
Ainsmlth was way Wa off on his pegging peggingtwo peggingtwo peggingtwo
two stolen Btoleq bases being charged againshim against againsthim againsthim t
Milan cf 4 I 0 1 2 0 0
Schaefer 2b b 2 0 1 1 3 1
Conroy Conro If 4 0 2 4 I 0 0
Goesler Go sler rf 3 0 0 1 0 0 I IIcBrl
McBride IcBrl e ss 4 00 0 0 2 4 I 0
Elberfeld 3b 4 0 0 1 0 0 I
Unglaub lb 3 0 1 9 O 0
Ainsmlth c Ce 3 0 1 6 3 0
Groom P 1 0 0 0 1 0
Otey Ote p 2 0 1 1 0Tptalei97 0 0 0T
Tptalei97 T ta 6i 1 0 7 21 21ST 27 11 11ST 1
Trusd8Je 2b 3 0 0 3 4 0
Stone It 4 3 2 2 0 0
Newnnm Ib 3 1 0 11 0 0
Griggs rf 6 0 1 1 0 0
HartzeJl Sh 4 I 1 2 0 4 0
Wallace M 5 0 3 4 5 0
Hoffman ct 4 0 1 2 0 0
KUBler c 3 0 1 4 0 0
Peltt p 4 0 0 0 1 1Totals 0 0I
1 Totals M 34 4 4 1 10 87 2114 U 0
Washington Or 0 0 Do 0 ° O1 0 0 OJ O V 0 00 O1 O 0 oo ooSt Q ° 0
St St Louis 3 aEarned + 0s afltaoato 0 0 ° 0 0 ° otft1a O1 0 01 0914 4 i
Earned runs runsSt St Louis L 1 First bas bast base e
by errors errorsWashington Washington shlngton 1 Left It on basesSt bases basesSL bu >
SL St Louis 10 Washington First baso basoonballs basoon baseon
onballs on ballsotr Off Groom 6 off old Polty 1 In Innings Innln ¬
nings nln s pitched pitchedGroom Groom 313 Otey 523 523Hits 523Hlta 523Hits
Hits made madeOt Off Groom 5 off Otey Ote 5 5Struck 5Struck
Struck out outB By Groom 1 lib b by Otey 3 by byStolen b bPetty 5y y
Petty Sacrifice kilostone hlta tone Newnam NewnamStoln
Stolen bases balesSchaefer Schaefer Trueadole True dale Stone StoneNewnam StoneNewnam StoneNewnam
Newnam 2 Wild pitch pltchOtey Otey Umpires UmpiresMessrs UmpiresMeS8r1 UmpiresMessrs
Messrs Evans and Colllflower Time of ofgame otgamel ofgame1
game gamel 1 hour and CO minutes AttendanceNOTES Attendance AttendanceNOTES Attendance3roo
The Browns worked the hitandrunplay hitandrun hitandrunplay hltandrunpia
play pia successfully in the initial inning inningHoffman InningHottman inningHoffman
Hoffman was passed and Killifer UUfer hit hitthrough hitthrouh hitthrough
through short when McBride ran over to toseconi taHeon tosecond
second Heon i to take Ainsmlths throw to catch catchtho catchtho catchthe
tho Brown fielder stealing Milan winged wingedGriggs wingedGriggs 1ngedGrJggs
Griggs on tho back with his peg to third thirdThe thirdThe thirdThe
The Nationals wore retired via the sky skyroute skyrouto skyrouts
route In the third Stono making two of ofthe ottile ofthe
the outs and Griggs the other otherTho otherThe otherr otherThe
The Browns presented a very el different differentaspect dltrerontaspect difforentaspect
aspect yesterday Je terday Some of the stops 5t01 > 5 andthrows and andthrows andthrow
throws pulled off by their infield bordering border bordering borderIng ¬
ing on the sensational sonsationalEach sortsaUon sensationalEach 1 1Each
Each man on the tailendors had a awhack awhack awhack
whack in the opening inning inningAinsrnlth InnlnSA InningAlnsmith
Ainsrnlth A Alnsmith namith had Griggs easily oosll trying to toplifor topUfor topilfer
pilfer in the second but Dutch Sohaeferlei Sohaefer Sohaeferlet Sobaeferlet
let tho th crack little backstops perfect perfectthrow perfectthrow perfectthrow
throw fall to earth and Mr Griggg was wassafe wassate wassafe
safe safeThe sateTho safeThe
The local aggregation made a deeper deeperate desperate do per perate ¬
ate effort to tie up the score In the sec second socond second ¬
ond but a 8 onehand stab tab by b Hartzellwhich Hartzell Hartzellwhich HartzeJlwhich
which resulted in a 8 double play p retired retiredtho retiredLbo retiredthe
the side and knocked every hope hop a In the thenoodle thenoodle thenoodle
noodle noodleMcBrldo
lilt 0McBride liltllcBride
McBride made a corking stop of Stones Stonasslash Stonosslaah Stonesslash
slash over second in the ninth but could couldi couldnot couldnot
i not get the pill to first in time to head headoff headoft headoft
oft the speedy George GeorgePour GeorgeFour GeorgeFour
Four victories out of the last five fivegames fivogames fiv6games
games played Is not so bad bodOur badOur badOur
Our brave boys did everything in their theirpower theirpower theirpower
power to ward oft defeat when they saw sawthat 56Wthat sa sathat w
that the Highlanders had downed th thNaps the theNaps e
Naps but the sensational fielding result resultIng resultIng resulting
Ing In double plays was the cause for fortheir tortheir fo fotheir r
their downfall downfallBob doVtI1fallBob downfallBob
Bob Groom was benched in the fourth fourthamid fourthamid fourthamid
amid the howl howl of the fans and young youngBill youngBUl youn younBill g
Bill Otey was given a chance to show showwhat showwhat showwhat
what he he could do Bill held the Brownies Browniesdown BroI1lesdown s
down to five scattered soattered hits during th thremainder the theremainder theremaInder e
remainder of f the contest conto t issued one pass passand passand
and fanned Hoffman twice besides field fielding fieldIng fielding ¬
ing his position like a veteran and get getting getting gettang ¬
ting a n safe hit hitSt hit hitSt
St Louis made four double plays each eachon eachone ea eaono ch
on one of which was pulled off when then thenwas thereWhS thertwss
was only one out outMilan outMilan
Milan fanned in the eighth after Ote Otehad Otey Oteyhad Oteyhad
had singled to right Something unusuato unusual unusualto unusualto
to see Clyde whiff in a pinch pinchUnglaub pinchUnglaub pinchUnglaub
Unglaub and Ainsmlth singled in the thefifth thetUth th e
fifth after two were down but Pelty Peltyeasily PeltyeasilY Pelt Pelteasily Y
easily fanned Otey OteyConroy OteyConroY
Conroy made two mighty clever grabs grabsout grabsout 3
out in the left garden that helped a lot lotto lotto 10 t 1 1keep
to keep down the score scoreWid core coreWid
Wid T rld Conroy bounced one down the thethirdbase ttaethlrdbnse th e
thirdbase foul line in the sixth and beat beatHartzells beatHarbells boa boaHartzells t
Hartzells throw to first firstCHAMPIONSHIP firstCHAMPIONSHIP firstCHAMPIONSHIP
Cobb 438 160 365 365Snodgrass 365Snodgrass
Snodgrass 255 93 365 365Lajoie 365Lajoie 365Lajoie468
Lajoie Lajoie468 468 165 353 353Speaker 353Speaker
Speaker 414 143 345All 345 345All 345All
All games to date dateEASTERN dateE
At Rochester n001leterJn RockeaterTerser Jersey City CitpJ 3 Roches Rochester er L LAt LAt LAt
At Buffalo Butlalrn Newark lWark nrk 4 Buffalo 1 1At 1At
At TorontoProddencc TtnBBto TnIAtoProvM ProrWencc ce 5 Toronto Toroatal5 15 15At 15At
At MontrealBaltimore 1ntr lJltbnot 0 Montreal 7 7TRISTATB rTRJSTATE
i At t Tienton TteutonLatxaster IT tooLancutclr Lancaster 4 Trenton L LAt Lt L1t
At t York YerkRoadlnj YerkUoadiD IiaedtnZ 6 York 3 3At 3At
At WHlaH illbDKportrHarmlxarg portHsrrisburg 7 Wllltemsport 16 16At
i At AltoonaJohnstown 0 Altoona 2 2COTTON 2COTTO
At HattlesbunrGreenwood natt1 bw1G 1OOd 6 Hattlcsburg 1 L Sco Scoo ScotId
o cad tId d gamo pmnatU gainsHattiesburg HattJesburg burg 3 Greenwood Greel1 Greel1At 2 2At
At Jackson Ja sonIeridian Meridian 3 Jackson 7CtlltlECTICUT 7 7CONNECTICUT 7COIfriEC1I0UT
At New BritainNew Bairn 3 New Britain L i
At Hartford JIlttlord1Iartlod Hartfeid 1 Northampton 0 0At 0At 0
At Springfield 6prlDg11e1dl1 6pxingfieldIporoke Bofyoke Ok i i Springfleld L I
Ford Strikes Out Eleven Men Menin Menill Menill i
in ill the Opener OpenerNew Ol enei eneiNew
New York Aug 30 3Ford Ford struck outeleven out outeleven outoIoven
eleven men in n the first game today todayallowed todtIJaUowed todayallowed
allowed the Clevolanda throe hits and andthe andthe andthe
the Highlanders won In the second gamethe game gametho gametho
tho Cleveland did all their scoring in intho Intbo inthe
the eleventh inning and shut out the thehome thehome thehome
home team The Naps didnt make a bit hitoff bitof bitetc
of off Hughes until the tenth inning Kaler Kalerpitched Kalerpltehod Raterpitched
pitched giltedged ball too Score ScoreFlUST ScoreFIRST ScoreFIRST
OIeTekDd CfeT < md AB H O A E I New York AB It 0 0t A B BTumor llTumec
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Niles N If 4 4e30 3 8 OMM lb 3 1 11A1 t tI s I I2b
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Yoeag YOItB p 3 0830 e 1 3 0 loOnI pp 3 Z 13S 13STotal 3 3T
Total T < < l asi 2 2a 3 3 34 ii3 t 3 Totals T 3i 30 8ST 8 i iCln 6 6CtercteiNl 1 1Cleveland
Cleveland Cln aad 1 9 9 1 1 0 t1 t1Ntw 1 1ew lNew
New ew York 11 IttllOZx 1 S 1 1 1 1 2x1 2x1hoseTaraer xl xlIhlalT1mIcr I IIhmTHrar
IhmTHrar Duriofc D l Owso bus Kafeht Wotd IWd PInt FVttbMt PIntbaN Pinthue
baN OB OI1ImXS rrasex rrors Nw ew York 3 Left on 011lalloll tMMfrCta tMMfrCtatoad loseleveland
toad 2 New York 3 2 Pint base b M on bllftO bllftOTOMBS baJIIOifYCNltg fillsOdYoutr
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far Ford 11 TfereobMC bhFord TiroteM Tyre b Mtt MttTttraci t bitfTnrmer ta talIJnM
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Turner Knight Dcable ptajr JIIarKallht Katffat to CUM QMMFuted CUMPUled ChrePared I
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UapiresMeMn Um UmpiresMe tseIIrL KL OLow OLau5hna iIta Iba and Ke RItaD a Time n of ofetune elamel ofgame1
game1 etune amel 1 hour and 31 minutes arfaateV mhacatAgcO minutesECOND
OereJaad ABOI ABI AB i 0 A E I New York AB H 0 A B I
Turner 3b 4003 4 0 0 3 1 DwrieJs I Daaieislf > uateIs M 5 Ill IllMMB 1 3rf J i I
no MMB tu B rf 5 1 2 1 Wolter Wolt r rf dth 4921
N th It 5229 3 Z 2 0 e Uuue axe lb i jell 40141 911 1
Lajofe LaicJ4e 3 2b > 5132 5 1 3 t 0 Katebt It at t m si 4118 41151 41151to 1 1 8 1 1t
Stor t to n lb 5 1 113 13 1 1 Uporte 20 au 3912 3 1 2 5
Bitmlum 1i mbam cf 4 0 4 0 9 J One Cre tf 4139 4139ItalL j 1 135 3
hall ll M 40209 4 0 2 0 e Atttta 3b 2914 It 1 4 1
Land Land04062 0 40616 I 0 6 t crrrc Criser c Co 4039 I e 8
Kakr p 4 41150 1 1 5 e Hngbet H p 3092 3092Itoach 3 e 2 2UOCIeb 6 6Totals
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Total ToWs40 40633130 40 63313 0
Totete 34 3 33317 3 3S 11 S SB Itted 3Batted
B Batted U tted d far HBgbea m the theCleTe et elereath elereathCleveland reoth reothClerefend
Cleveland CleTe nd 0909000000 0 0S0000000053 0S0000000053New It Q 0 0 e BS BSNew 5 5ew
New ew York 0000000000 0 000000000000 000000000000RunsTurner 0 0 0 0 0 IJ 00 00Ruas O OIluTtlrncr
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Cleveland 3 New ew York 4 Bases on bol bIbOtr bIbOtrKaler halls Off OffKaler
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br Hughes 7 SacrMw Mt htttLaJJOrlt Laporf AuatiaL An AaIti Slokra Slokrabato 8e1cmbaNLcljole
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Game by Blanking Chicago ChicagoBoston ChicagoBoston
Boston Aug 30 3OThero There was another anotheronehit anotheronehlt anotheronehit
onehit game here today toda Moloan made madethe madothe madethe
the only safety in Jntho the third inning It Itwas ItliS Itwas
was liS the home teams eighth consecutive consecutiveviotory consecutivevlotory consecutiveviotory
viotory Score ScoreBeaton ScoreDoston ScoreBoston
Boston AD ABHOAB H 0 A E Chicago ABHOAB AD H 0 A E
Hooper rf 31200 3 1 2 0 0 McConney 2b 4 I 0 1 2 01artell 0 01nnril
1nnril 3b 40229 4 0 2 2 5 Lord 3b 39020 3 0 9 2 2poakerb 0
Speaker poakerb rf 22300 2 2 3 II 0 Parent cf 31200 3 e 2 0 0
Stahl ur tahl hi ik 1 i 1 o 9 ft 0 n 0 IoughertJ r il W Jr pt 3 i 5 A 1 X 0 II IIr IIf n nLewis
11Lea 11Leaner Lewis If f 42400 4 i t g 8 ZeHer M 30220 30 22 0 0lingle
Wanuru ner r u 40130 1 3 0 Taanehill f au nebU dt lb b 3 Oil g Ii i 9 0 3
Bngk Bngle 2b 2b3 31010 3 1 0 1 0 Sletoan rf 31110 3 1 1 1
Klelnow KIolnovT c Co 3 1 6 1 0 Block ICIe1c c c Z 20520 0 5 2 0 0
Collins p 3 1 0 1 0 Scott p 20130 20130Total 2 0 1 3 0 0Tetsis
Pwr 1B 1 0 0 0 0Totals 0 0Totals
Total 1 51511 30 9Zl 0 Zi 8 0
Totals 27 12112 0
Batted for Scott in the th ninth ninthBoston nlnUa05tDn
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Twobase bue hits hitsHooper Hooper Speaker Eagle Raglehue Three
base hit hitComes Collins Home run ronLewis Lewis Saoriflco Saoriflcobit 5a 5ahitmock 6aorAcehitBlock
bit hitmock Block Double play rJay5colt Scott to TannehlU Left Lefton Lerton
on bases oo8C basesBoston Boston olon 6 Chicago L First bean on balls ballsOff ballsOlf hallsOff
Off Scott i 4 Struck outBy Collins Colli 4 by Sratt SrattS Sc tt
S Passed PaM < < l ballBlock ballDI ck UmpiresMessrs Umpin > > leMrS Perrine Perrineand Perrineand
and Dineen Time TIm of game1 game el 1 hour and 27 min minutes minut ¬
utes ut utestttondanco Attendance 9008 9008COOMBS 9008COOMBS 9008COOMBS
Large Crowd Sees Athletics Defeat DefeatDetroit DefeatDetroit DefeatDetroit
Detroit Score 7 to 1 1Philadelphia 1Philadelphia 1Philadelphia
Philadelphia Aug 30 aGDetrolt Detroit could not nothit nothit nothit
hit Coombs today and the Athletics won wonwithout wonvlthout wonwithout
without much trouble Summers was wasbatted wasbatted wasbatted
batted hard throughout the gamo and andretired andretired andretired
retired in the eighth to let Lathers bat batfor batfor at attor
for him Another recordbreaking mid midweek midweek midweek ¬
week attendance attendan e was on hand over 1900fans 19000 19000fans 19000fans
fans seeing the clubs battle Score ScoreDetroit ScoreDetroit ScoreDetroit
Detroit ABHOAE AD n 0 A E Phlla ABHOAE AD H 0 A E
D Jones If 40200 4 0 2 0 0 Lord If 51300 5 1 3 O 00
Palebanty 2b 4 I 0 2 2 1 Oldring OldrtD cf 51310 5 1 3 1 0
Cobb cf c 41100 4 1 1 0 0 ColHM ne 2b 2 > 5 2 2J J 3 0
Crawford rf 3 0 4 I 0 0 Baker Bak 3fo 4 3 2 3 U
Morioritr 3b 4 3 2 2 1 llavis l D > arjs lb 40600 4 I 0 6 0 013uaN 0
Bush ss 30700 41220 i 1 2 Z 0 Murphy 1 may t rf 42000 4 I 2 0 0 0
T Jones oasnes lb 3 0 T 0 0 Barry arry ss 32211 3 2 2 1 1 1midt
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Nationals Confident of Winning Two Out of ThreeFrom Three ThreeFrom ThreeFrom
From Champions ChampionsOther Other Timely Gossip
The St St Louis Browns make their final finalarmeararfce nno1appearnJ1ce finala
a armeararfce appearnJ1ce poarttlfce of the th the season in Washington Washingtontoday Washingtont8dny Washingtont
today t day and tomorrow the Nationalstackle Nationals Nationalstackle Nationaltaokle
tackle the champion Philadelphia Ath Athletics Ath16t108 Athletics ¬
letics leticsThe 16t108Tho leticsThe
The Athletics have been be n playing phenominal phe phenonilnal phenominal
nominal ball against the Western clubsduring clubs clubsduring club clubduring
during the past two weeks but will find findthat findthat findthat
that Washington will 111 give them probablythe probably probablythe probRblythe
the hardest battles they the have experienced experiencedin eperienceIn
in some time timeMcAleers timeMcAloers timeMoAleers
McAleers henchmen not only figure on onwinning onwinning onwinning
winning two out of three from the Ath Athlets Athlets Athlete
lets but several of the team predict predict three threestraight threestraight threestraight
straight victoriesThis victories victoriesThis vlctorl06This
This seems perhaps a bit presumptuous presumptuousbut pre umptuous umptuousbut
but it will be remembered that the lasttime last lasttime Ja8ttlmo
time the Nationals were in the QuakerCity Quaker QuakerCJty QuakerCjty
CJty two out of four came our way andjust and andJust andju
Just ju t previous to that the Athletics wontwo won wontwo wontwo
two out of three in Washington and andwere andwere andwere
were mighty lucky luck at that The Na Nationals Nationals Nationals ¬
tionals are playing 2S per cent better betterball betterbalJ betterball
ball right now and the long strain thechamps the thechamps thocham
champs cham have been under te t sure to totell totoll totoil
tell on them themMcAleor themMcAleor themMcAleor
McAleor figures on using usl g either Dixie DixieWalker DlxSeWalker DixieWalker
Walker or Walter 1I1ter Johnson against the theBrowns theBrowns theBrowns
Browns today toaa which will leave one of ofthem ofthem ofthorn
them available for tomorrow and with withtwo withtwo
two days rest either 9no one can go back backagain backagain backagain
again Saturday Dolly Gray will work workFridays warkFridays workFridays
Fridays game and Dolly has always alwaysbeen alw alwbeen alwaysbeen
been a 8 tough nut for Connie Macks tribe tribeto tribeto tribeto
to crack crackManager crackMauger crackManeger
Manager Jaak Ja 4 4ton 1C OConnor left Washing Washington Wublngton ¬
ton yesterday yterd afternoon for Cincinnati CincinnatiHe ClnetnnaUHe
He wants to be on head handtomorrow tomorrow for forthe torthe f fthe a
the drafting rattlnr of minor league player playerThe playenThe playerThe
The Browns have put In bids for about aboutfifteen aboutttt abou aboufifteen t
fifteen ttt n bush league leag e stars and OConnor OConnorpropose OConnorP OCon OConproposes
propose P OeH to round up u as many as he helucky to tolucky 58lucky
lucky enough to draw and get them In Inline tnline f fNae n
line before beCor the season closes closesAs ciosOfi ciosOfiAa closgtAs
As far ac tho Browns are concerned concernedthat concernedthat concernedthat
that club is through for ISM 11 They are aredoomed arl arldeometl ass assdoomed e
doomed to finish in n last place OConnor OConnoroxpeet OConnoexpects r
expects to be at the helm next year and andSa an ank d
1 Sa planning p > ahead H He will 111 gather around aroundhim aroundhtm arou aroubum
him as many man youngsters 0UDat0lS as h he can get by bydraft bydraft b bdraft y
draft or purchase and play pia tnom during duringthe durmgthe durim durimthe g
the remainder of the season so ac a to get geta ge gea et t
a line on their ability for next year yearIt yearIt yearIt
It waaamtwJng to road in an afternoon afternoonpaper atternooupapw aftern afternpaper con
paper yesterday terda that Umpire Jack Kerin Kerinbad Kerinhad Rerl Rerlbad m
bad boon let out by b Pre President ldeut Ban Jobn Jobnsouu John Johnson Jo tn ¬
son end 00 that it t was w not known wh whwould who whowould whowould e
would fill his placeThe place placeTho placeTho
Tho Washington Herald on Monday Mondaymorning JCondaymornl Monda Mondamorning Y
morning mornl published publ18 ted an exclusive story to tothe totbe t tthe o
the effect that Kerin had been released releasedand releuodand rases rasesand
and that Jack Sheridan would score scorehim succeed succeedhim suceeedhim ed
him despite do plte the fact that Sheridan had hadbeen badbeen ba babeen d
been forced to wear ear classes classesSheridan 51aseoSheridan gbtseoaSheridan
Sheridan umpired with Tom Connolly Connolt in inPhiladelphia inI f fPotladelphht n
Philadelphia yesterday afternoon and gave gaveperfect gaveperfect sav savperfect e
perfect satisfaction satisfactionTemmy ttaCacUODTemmy
Temmy Rico hits the nail on the hoad hoadwhen hoadben hoes hoeswhen d
when ben he says that SherMan wearing wearingglasses tvearin tvearingiassoa earng earngwould g
glasses would prove better than threefourths three threefourths threetouru
fourths touru of the sincleoyed arbitrators in inthe Inthe i ithe n
the game today todayCatcher todlQCato todayCatcher
Catcher Cato er Eddie AinsmUh has two twogtar twogtarIn glar glaring ginrIng ¬
ing In faults hlch no doubt the the youngster youngsterwill younptelI youtsgstewill r
will be able to overcome after he b hebeen has hasbeen baaI
been in the game a few to weeks longer longerIn longerIn longeIn r
In the first place bo holds boI his handupright hand handsuprlgh handlIprigh B
uprlgh upright for a 8 low ball when they should shouldI sb012
be inverted ana n secondly he tries to get getthe getthe I
the sphere away from him too quicklyWith quickly quicklyWith quicklyVlth
With Vlth such a fine throwing arm he would wouldgain wouldsaln wouldgain
gain better b tter results if hs took plenty of oftime ortIme oftime
time to aimThe aim aimThe aimThe
The two faults mentioned can easily easilybe easilybo easilybe
be eliminated and when the youngster youngsterovercome youngsterovercomes OUn8ter OUn8teroarcome
overcome them ha will ill be one of the thebest thobelt thebelt
belt backstops that ever wore a mask maskCobb ma maskCobb k kCobb
Cobb lost two points in the auto race raceyesterday raceyaaterdo raceyesterday
yesterday as the result of his going toUHI to tothq toplate
thq plate four times in the game gaJn wtb wtbPhUa th thPhiladelphia thPhlla
Philadelphia Phlla lelphia lelphl and not being able to make makebut makebut makebut
but one hit His average now is 365 365which 365which 365which
which ties him up with Snodgrase who whodid whodid wilodid
did not play with the Giants In their theirgamo theiramo theirnamo
gamo amo with 1t1 the Pirates Lajole succeeded succeed succeeded succeeded ¬
ed in adding addln one point to his h batting average av average avera ¬
erage era e by going gotn to the plate eight times timesand tlmeand timesand
and making three thre safe cracks boostinghis boosting boostinghis booattnghis
his percentage pereenta e to HO1 1 Trio Speaker had hadan had1m hadan
an exceptionally good day with the wag wagon wagon wagon ¬
on tongue getting two hit hits out of as asmany asmany asmany
many times up which gives Ivee hIm ate a again a1111n again
gain of three over his hi mark of yeaUr yeaUrday yeetorday ter terday
day The two ti real IM leader Cobb and andLarry andJflrry andLarry
Larry seem tern to be slowing up in their thatrstick tllelraUek theirstick
stick work Since sane August ug1lSt 9 Tyruc has haslost haa1o8t haslost
lost exactly twenty tweat points p lftta while Lajote Lajotehas Lajoiebaa La joie joiehas
has fallen down nine which would Indl tndlcate Indlcato indlcato
cato that they are co in the midst of a aplump alJump aaiunap
plump plumpIt aiunapIt lJumpIt
It appears doubtful now DO whether the theallstar tileUatar theallstar
allstar team tea will iii perform as a a ma major majority maJority jor jorIty ¬
ity of owner of big league clubs ice re notin not notin notIn
in favor of it and if 1 they the refuse to rent renttheir rentUtelr
their grounds for such uch games the aerieswill series serieswfN sorl8wlX
will be knocked on the head There Therewould Thwewnuld
would be no profit in n playing PIaI g these thesegame tbeegamea thesegauss
game in minor ml Ol league town towrgt on account accountof accountoC accountof
of the expenses ocpen8 of othtrt hiring players and the theprobability theprobability
probability of cold weather weatherSt w08thSSt weatherSt
St Louie Lou has held its own according to tothe totbo tothe
the Census Department t and is s still tho thofourth thofourth
fourth city in the United State StataL Tnto Tntodoe Tit Titdoe
does doe not refer to its two bait teams teamshowever t thowevw
however howeverTtichltarK howevwJncblmrg
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Lynchburg L7nchbur Va Aug 3 3IPeteraburg 3IPeteraburggave Petersburg Petersburggave
gave the local a hard run for todays todaysgame todRYsgama
game but a change of pitchers in the theseventh theaO
seventh aO lIt helped the Shoemakers to main maintain maintain maintale ¬
tain their lead and ad win 10 3 to 2 Hannifan Hannifanwho Ba nlCan nlCanwho
who was driven off the rnottnd niound t onnd yester yesterday ye yeeterday ter terda ¬
day da was 1 hit freely again Grifiin was wasbeing wubeing
being touched up lively Kv when Sexton Sextonreplaced SextOftreplaced
replaced hIm in the seventh He pitched pitchedthree pttchedthree pitchedthroe
three innings without a hit Score
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Salve stag Morriasey hard Norfolk today todaywon tada1won
won from Richmond 10 I to 3 The game gamewa gameWaf gamewas
wa was never in doubt after the third insing in inning mnlal ¬
sing when Richmond bunched hits on onVance onVaMe onVance
Vance Every member of the Crew hit hitthe hitthe
the ball safely at least once Score Score ScoioR
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DJ Biggest gest Event of It its Kind Will 1I1 Start StartToday StartTodu StartToday
Today Todu and Will V111 Ill End Sunday SundayOctober SunlayOctober SundayOctober
October 2 Winner lnller Will VIII Be Fur Purninhed Furnbhed Farnielied
ninhed with Uh Roundtrip Tloket Tioketand Tloketnnd TJoketnud
and All Ills Expenses Paid PaidThe PaidThe PaidThe
The ten moot popular baseball fane aM in inthe IIItile inthe
the District have a treat in store 0 for forthem t tthem forthorn < <
them for the lucky one ones who Had end hi to toThe WtThe toThe
The Washington aahtAgtoR Herald the largest 1ar aUlD number aUlDor somber ¬
ber of vote by October 2 will be pre presented preHnted preheated ¬
heated with a roundtrip ticket all ex expense QoJCpenHI expenSeS ¬
pense paid and the beat seats that can canbe caAbe canbe
be obtained for or the first two same sun in inthe tI1the Isthe
the championship WOIJd worlds series in Piousdolphin Phila Philadelphia PhIladelphia ¬
delphia delphiaBaseball dolphinBaeehalt
Baseball I critic ccs my that bat the coming comingseries eoaabIfacrle comingseries >
series acrle between the Athletic virtual virtualchampion VIrtualchamllon8 virtualchampions
champion of the American League and andthe aMtb andthe
the tb Chicago ChIca Cuba Cub Cu champions cham champ ions in the Na National NaI National ¬
I tional League will be one Oft of tneNcloet tneNcloetin the closest closestfn
in the history hlatOl of the same ll1De The Cube Cubeare C1Jbare Cubsare
are leaving no tone unturned In their theirendeavor theirClldeavor theirendeavor
endeavor to win the title of worlds worldschampion worl4schmplona worldschampions
champion for f r they the are now employing employingnovel emploJlDa employinga < <
a a novel scheme that of letting et each man manon DIaDon manon
on the team have a rest for Or a few day dayso days daysso 8
so that when the showdown come in inOctober faOctober InOctober
October every man in the lineup will willbe wittbe wt1Ibe
be on the Job and ready rM y to put up thebeat the thebeet tilebeat
beat fight in his h life for the muchhon muchhonored muehhoIaered muchbouseed ¬
seed title of world champion The Ath Athletics AtJaletlc Athletics ¬
letics letlc are now setting a a fast at pace in in the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American League L e and bid fair to take takethe taketM takethe
the serie series from rom the comeback eomeb k CubsThe Cub CubThe Cuba CubaThe
The Washington Herald contest win winthe be b9the bethe
the biggest bl thing of its it kind ever held heldin heldIn heldIn
in the Capital and it goe goes without say saying aayingtlut 7 7ing ¬
ingtlut ing that there will be thousand of con contestant COAteatanta contestants ¬
testant for the primes primesFew prisesFew
Few fans m tR Waahingon nave hc seen a aNational aNational
National League team n action se ies much muchleas muc muc108II muchless
leas the champion Cub Cuba and now is the
chance of a lifetime lIt > tlm for them t m to see the thesocalled t11 t11socalled thesocalled
socalled brainiest combination of base baneball baseball bueball ¬
ball machinery that ever played the thegame thegame thegame
game cross bats with the wonderful wonderfulPhiladelphia woftdGrtulPhlladelpbt wonderfulPhiladelphia
Philadelphia team who were barely barelybeaten brelybeaten barelybeaten
beaten out of the pennant 1IUtt last year by byan byaa byas
an unfortunate accident to one of theirstar their theirstar theiretar
star players at the last moment by Y the theTimers theTtera theTigers
Timers TimersThe TteraTIM TigersThe
The coupon in I the tb daily issue e of 0 The TheWashington TheWhlA TheWashington
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vote while the Sunday coupons win represent rep raprecent repreMltt
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for soave popular baseball fan Talk it itup Itup itup
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most vote 50 to Philadelphia P la4elplala at attlteex attlteexpeDN thaex thaexpenee theoxpens
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Toe pigskin oval Oft is pushing its way waythrough wa9tbroaIIt waythrough
through the maze of summer sports sportsUnfailing spectsU sportsUa
Ua Unfailing U raging Mgst sign of its coming are at hand handUndergraduate handUndergraduate and andUDderGftduaw
Undergraduate managers have written writtenprotntamg writtenmater1al writtenpromshn
protntamg material to spend a couple coupleof coupleof coupleof
of week in n the mountains morn twins with the thosquad th thaquad thesquad
squad Trainers are packing last 1a t years Teatsuniforms yearsuniform 1eaisUlllforma
uniform in trunks and Dd early aas8nprRetlce season seasonpractice season seasonpractice
practice quarter are betas prepared ii iileas la lalees n n1eA
lees than a fortnight fortJdc t the preliminarycampaign preliminary preliminarycampaign preliminarycampalpa
campaign will be In full swing swingTomorrow
Tomorrow sixty lxt7 member of th thUnited the thaUnited theUnited
United State Stat Naval Academy will hold holdtheir boldtheir holdtheir
their first practice The University of ofPennsylvanias ofPenuJ1vua ofPennsylvanias
Pennsylvanias hopeful begin training trainingon tra1Di tra1DiOD
on Monday Yale Harvard Cornell and andothers andi andothers
i others ocbec will pursue UnRIe courses of study onthe on onthe onthe
the new rule ruIN a week or orso so later laterPennsylvanias Iat IatPiD laterPlnnsylvaalas
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toll by the seaside early in SeptemberBetter September SeptemberBetter SeptemberI
I Better facilities for croaeconntry runs runsand runssad
I and more open P8G quarters are obtainable obtainableat
at the mountain resort however It Is laplanned I tplanned
planned to return to Philadelphia Ph ladelphia on onSeptember onSeptember5 onSeptember
l September IS This will give the men ten teadays tendan tendays
days practice in dear mountain air airImmediately airI airItnauttdlaiely
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