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Joe Eneel Hangs It on Brownies Again Tigers
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Joe Engel's Twirling
Too Much for Browns
Young Pitcher Allows but Three Hits and"Beats St.
Louis for Second Time in Four Days Final
Score of Game Is 2 to 1. '
By "WJMilASI PEET.
Holding the St. Louis Browns to three hits, of which two were
the veriest of scratches, Joe Engel, Washington boy, defeated the
Mound City invaders for the second time in four days yesterday, 2 to 1.
Engel pitched the best ball of his career. His control was well
nigh perfect, and he had speed to burn. -Such sluggers as Pratt, Sto
vall, and Shotten were helpless before the shoots of "My poy Joe."
Rain threatened to break up the combat time and again frequently
the dust completely enveloping the athletes. It even affected Umpire.
Connolly's eyes, according to a number of fans in the second balcony ;
but the rain drops held off until the last man had been retired in the
ninth, bringing about a most satisfactory ending, for had the combat
been called after the sixth, when black clouds hung low, a doubt would
have been raised in the minds of
many as to Engel's ability to go
the route ettectiveiy.
"When Lavan momentarily Juggled a
hard-hit grounder, the Climbers sent
oer what proed to be the winning run.
This happened in the sixth inning, and
Frank Laporte, who had previously paved
the way for the Browns' marker In the
lourth. rammed the sod tickler at Lavan
that save the Climbers the bulky end
of the score.
Just thirts-two men faced Joe Engel.
He issued two bases on balls, one of
them purposely, and struck put four. He
was only seriously threatened once, and
pulled out of the hole with flying colo'rs.
On the other hand, Lefty Leverenz, for
St. Louis, twirled great ball. He was
touched up safely eight times, and his
support was none too good; but he stuck
to his task manfully, and gave a rare
exhibition of .how to pull out of a tight
place in the eighth inning, when the
bases were clogged, and Henry, who had
prewouslv banged out two clean drives,
faced him. An easy grounder to George
Sun all retired the side.
One Error Is Fatal.
The Climbers contributed a couple of
errors, one of them proving fatal the
muff of a fly ball by Laporte in the
fourth inning, during which round the
Browns obtained two of their three hits
off the delivery of Joe Engel.
Moeller opened the game most aus
piciously by lambasUng the scoreboard
in right field for a triple. He was able
to land a three-ply wallop by dint of
fast sprinting, and the decision at third
base was mighty close. Foster lined to
Stovall. but Milan shot a single to right,
and Sloeller scored. Gandil followed with
a tingle, but Morgan forced Milan at
the plate, arid Chick was tossed out
With two gone in the Climbers' second,
Henry singled, but he had a weak sister
with the stick following in the person
of Joe Engel. and was left on first base.
Moeller reached the far corner and
Foster the midstation In the Nationals'
third by irtue of an error, single, ard
ca,Hfl, hut Gandil fouled to StOall.
and Morgan was called out on strikes.
Urowim Tie the Score.
The pesky Browns got busy in tht
fourth and tied a knot in the score when
Stovall beat out a scratch hit after Shot
ten had been disposed of, and went to
i-econd, after Laporte had dropped
I'ratt's fl. Gus Williams, the Nationals
3'nx. clubbed to right field for a clean
Ingle, scoring Stovall. and Johnston fl-ed
to Moeller. At this stage, with second
and third loaded and two out. Grift ga-'e
Lngcl the sign to walk Jimmy Austin,
alwajs a dangerous man In a pinch.
When Austin was passed the bags were
loaded, and on Alexander's weak tap to
Foster the side was reUred, as Eddi'
threw to Henrj, forcing Tratt at the
Washington won the same In the sixth
when it looked as if the rain would fal"
anv minute. Gandil beat out a scratch
hit, and took second as Lavan threw
the ball to the stands. One of Leveren z
shoots got away from Alexander and
Gandil swiped third. Morgan died, Lavan
to Stovall, and Laporte grounded to La
un, who juggled the ball momentarily.
He saw that he could not turn ba.k
Gandil at the plate and threw out La
porte at first base. This run was si'
that was needed, as Engel allowed the
Browns but one hit during the remainder
of the game and only two of the visitors
saw first base.
The Climbers started a promising rally
lr. the eighth when the bases were full
with only one down, bill Leverena
clamped on the lid, struck out McBrile,
and forced Henry to roll to Stovall.
AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
4 112 0 0
B to vail, lb
AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Batted for Johnston In ninth.
Washington 1 0 0 0 .0 1
St. Louts 0 0 0 10 0
Earned run Washington, 1. First base
by errors St. Louis, 2; Washington. 3.
Left on bases Washington. 9; St Louis,
3. First base on balls Off EngeL 2.
Struck out By Engel. a: by Leverenr. 3.
Three-base hit Moeller. Sacrifice hit
.Milan. Hit Oy pitcher By Leverenz
(Morgan). Passed ball Alexander. Um
piresMessrs. Connolly and Ferguson.
Time of game 1 hour and 40 minutes.
Will Battle Today.
The First M. P. club and the First
Presbyterians, both of the East Wash
ington Sunday School League, will book
up In an exhibition game this afternoon
at the league grounds, at Thirteenth and
D streets .Northeast, at :i o ciock.
Tbs pones TVe seen ta thee, old park.
An at m ropa of pearl to me.
Sorie are the black atooea of defeat so dark.
Scene whita Ticlrj.
Each game a pearl, each pearl a prayer.
That baa-hall coda kind fortune lend.
And flT0 the "crafty Teteran" strength to last
Until the end.
Ah I memories of bitter ram.
Of toothrae twtriere "fast one" lost.
And many easy grtraders I discern.
To the dugout h i.
Through veal or woe, ta that Fm tme.
Old team, thongh pmnansi B'er yoa Wag;
Tela fact 111 mr try to step la Tier.
m game's tu tuna,
NOTES OF THE GAME.
Three out of four from the Brownies.
Not so bad when jou come to think
of it Young Joe Engel probably estab
lished a record for a series of five
games, starting three of them.
Good-by you Stovallltes, you are the
greatest little bunch of record-breakers
in the country, and the satisfaction we
derive comes from the fact that we are
good enough to have records for ou to
break. Johnson will have another one
for jou when the team hits St. Louis.
Hughey Jennings and his Jungaleers,
blow Into town for a four-game series
starting this afternoon at the old ball
j ard. Griffith and his clan are out for
revenge, not having forgotten the severe
beaUnss the Tigers gave them on their
last trip East.
With but two days rest Joe Engel
came back strong and twirled world
series ball. But three hits were made
and he passed but two. one on purpose.
Maybe the Old Fox cannot laugh now.
As In his previous game, Engel passed
Shotten as a. starter, but the speedy
gardener got no farther. He attempted
tne delaved steal on Henry, but John
nailed him at Morgan's corner.
During the first three innings but three
men faced Engel in each round. The
first hit came In the fourth when Stovall
hit through the box. Morgan fielded
the ball but not In time to head off the
Joe Engel's daddy was all smiles at
the conclusion of the game. Things
have been breaking great for the houte
of Engel lately and the pater is Justly
proud of his baseballlftic arrival.
John Henry had his eye on the ball
and smacked out a pair of good healthy
bingles. He also caught an excellent
During the fifth inning a baby cyclone
hit the park and it looked for a time
as if hostilities would have to be sus
pended. Tommy Connolly had a. great
time extricating the flying earth from
Leverenr, who made one of the hits
off Engel. was sure lucky. He hit a
weak grounded between Gandil and
Engel which Gandil fielded and no one
was on first to take the throw.
When Lavan threw into the stands
after fielding Gandil's single, he struck
Fred Mersheimer's straw lid and knocked
it to the floor. Fred didn't mind for it
helped the cause.
In the Climbers' fifth they were retired
in order and Pratt had something to
do with each play, handling two ground
ers and catching a fly.
Jack Johnston, that much lmnroved
left fielder Stovall is plaving. cut across
Into center In the seventh ana snaggea
Fosters flv. He. toeether with several
other Brownies, could not get his eje
on Joe Engel's foolers.
If Bert Shotten would accept a little
advice, he would stop trsins to race
John Henrj's arm. During jesterday's
game he was, on twice, and both times
a perfect peg nailed him at second.
Pete Comnton. who resembles the great
Cobb In action, essaved the role of pinch
hitter as a fare-the-well and lifted a
little fly to Moeller in left.
In the sixth. Stovall made a swell catch
with his gloved hand on Lavan's wide
throw to catch Laporte. This was the
ball that scored Gandil with the winning
the fourth, when Engel had the
bases Jammed, Harry Harper, who Is
Just itching to get into a. game, went
to the bull-pen and warmed up, but Joe
did very nicely, thank jou, and his
services were not necessary.
While the c) clone was raging Williams
It a ski scraper directly over the in
field The whole inner works gathered
around and watched John Henry with
his big mitt come out ana smotner it.
Joe did not nick the weak hitters to
strike out. for in the sixth Stovall and
Pratt, two of the team s best little ciout
ers sat down after looking at three.
WIN DOUBLE BILL
Bed Sox Take
Both Games from
o O and, 5 to 3.
Boston, July 29. The Red Sox took
both games of a double-header from
the White Sox today, winning the first.
2 to 0, and the second, 5 to 3, which,
coupled with the Braves" victory in the
"Windy City, wiped Chicago completely
off the map. Not only that, but Man
ager Carrigan's team made it four
straight over Callahan's band. Leon
ard pitched a pretty fair game, though
Chicago was getting to him at the end.
Gardner batted 1.000 for the day.
lanrrinA... 3 0 2 10
Hotjjxr.rf ... 4:100
Speaker.cf... 3 1 3 0 0
Lewis,lf....... 3 0 10 0
Gudnerjb. 3 3 10 0
Engle.lh. 3 16 10
Wagner.ts.-. 3 0 4 10
le.ll... a o v o o
4 0 0 0 0
4 10 0 0
Foanrler,if.. 2 0 3 0 0
We.Ttr.ra..... 3 1 S 3 0
Knhn.c 3 3 I 2 0
xcotr.n..-. i o a l u
EasUrlr. . 10 0 0 0
Berger,lb ..... 10 0 2 0
Benx.p.M.... 0 0 0 0 0
I Totals 3 42U0 0
Battel fJ l!at in atith.
fBattcd fi ScUt in eighth.
IBan for Bodie.
Chicago 00000000 t-0
Boeton 00010100 x :
Bona Sneaker. Gardner. Tre-baas hit Hooper.
Thrte-Dese hit Eagle. Stolen baaes Jannin.
Gatdner. Baae on balls-Off Foster, 3; off Scott, 1.
Stmck ont-By Foster, T; by Scott, ; by Bern, 1.
Saniflce hit-Scott. HJta-Off Bcott.
Dings; off Foster, 4 In I innings. Dmpirea Meaara.
O URighlin and Sheridan. Attendance e.wo,
Boston. AB H O A E
J.nrrinb.... 3 0 14 1
Hooper,rf 4 110 0
iwikrr.cf.... 3 0 2 0 0
AB H O A E
, 0 0 Z 1 1
4 0 3 0 0
3 10 2 0
010 0 0
4 3 0 0 0
v agner.ts 3 0 3 0 0
Cairlgan.cv. 4 1110
110 3 1
C6 no 2
Benl.p.. 0 0 10
3 iHlf I
Batteil for (iTjicn in the jerrath.
tBatted fur Uthroit in the ninth.
Chicago. .'. . 000000310-3
Boston..... 1 1 I 1 I.I I I II
Buna Gardner, Etude, Carriian, Leonard (3),
Chaae, OoUina, Tonmier. Taf-baae hit-LtaouA
Baaea on baus-Off Leonard. 3; off O'Brien. T; off
Lathrop. 2; off Bess, 1. Struck out By Leanard,
: by CBrW. 1, Doubla play Waaarr to Berger.
Paaaed baU-Scbalk, Cmpiraa Meaara. OXoothun
T..-..I r. ...- rt!--lr
LargTSt XOZIUBg CireXUanOm.
Nackmen Capture First Game
of Scheduled Double
Header. BROWN SHOWS CLASS
Held Hagfaey Jeniap' Tribe Safd
While Leafme Leaden Hammer
.DattM and HotaM.
Philadelphia. July :9. Philadelphia
won the first game of a double-header
which was to have been played here
todav by the score of S to 0. The sec
ond game was called off In the third
Inning on account of rain.
The Athletics hit Dauss ana House,
who succeeded him. hard, knocking out
thirteen hits, while Brown held the
Tigers to six singles, Crawford secur
ing three of them. The game was
halted for several minutes In the
eighth Inning because Cobb said a fan
In the right field stand had hit him
with a missile. The police and Umpire
Evans tried to find the culprit, but
without success. When Cobb batted In
this Inning he was thrown out at first
by Collins, and walked to the bench.
High going to center. Cobb resumed
his position in the field when the sec
ond game started. Score:
Athletica. AB H O A E
K Mnrphy.rf.. 3 110 1
vrtl.h.lr . 3 13 0 0
nkrr.3h..... 3 2 10 0
MrJnnls 1K 4 1 S 2 0
4 12 10
4 3 2 10
Cobbcf ...... 4 10 0 1
Veachjr...... 4 0 2 0 0
Galner.lh.. 4 0 f 1 0
8timit.cf. 4 I 0 0
1U1TT.H....... 4 2 0 10
Lapp.c ...... .
, 3 2 2 10
Dausa.p....... 3 0 0 2 0
liigh.cT. ..- 0 0 0 0 0
.D 4H11 4
T?n.v: Mnrrtir Walsh. OonlnL Bsarr (D. Mc-
Innea, Barry. Lapp. Tuo-basa hits Mclnnea, Col
lina. Three-base hit-Larp. SscriSca hita-Baaer,
Collins. Dooble plays Barry to Collins to Mclnnes;
Bosh to Bauman to Gainer. Stmck out By Dansa,
4: br Brown, 2: by House, L First base on balls
Off Dauas, I ; off Brown. 1 : off Bouse, L Wild pitch
-Dansa. raised ball-McHe Cmplrea-Measrs.
llUdrbrand and Erans. Time of game 1 hour and
NAPS TRIM YANKEES
Joe JaduoB Leads Forest Giy Out
fit wilk tie Stick ia Double Vic
tory Oyer New York.
New York. July S3 The Naps today
took both ends of a double bill from
Manager Chance's cellarltes, t to 2 and
J. The batting of "Shoeless Joe"
Jackson figured heavily in both games.
Keating opposed Kahler In the first
but the Yankee, twlrler was given the
gate in the sixth Inning when the visi
tors scored four runs. McConnell finished
the game, but was erratic
The locals' scored first in the second
contest, pushing over a run In the sec
ond inning when recklnpaugn waiKea,
stole second, and came in on Olson's
error. In the fourtn tne maps lanoea
on Schultx for three runs, and added
another trio when Warhop took up the
pitching burden. Scores:
4 1 2 0 0
4 2 2 0 0
ninon.lb 3 112 0
CsMwell rf -Peckln'gha.
Jacksoojf.. 3 2 3 0 0
3 0 13 0
lAtoie-Zb Z I Z 1 1
3 0 0 10
Tnrnerb. 3 0 3 2 0
Crw If . 4 14 0 0
liraner.a.... a w
MidkUI.3b 4 0 0 2 C
Hweraey.c... 4 3 5 2 0
KealnE.p. 10 0 0 1
MeConntU,n.. 10 0 10
Daniels-..... 0 0 0 0 0
r-ariich.e..... 4 0 3 0 0
Ksliltr.n..... 3 o z 3 o
32 72712 1
33 jri. 1
Batted for McConnell in ninth.
New York 00010000 1-2
Euna-Olson. Jackaao (3). La We, Turner, Wolter,
Cre. Twt-baw hits-BartzeH. CWe. Boms run-
Jackson. Sacriace hlta-LaJoie, Pecainpangh. Sac
rifice By Knight. Stolen taeea-Jactson ra.
Oraner. First baae on errors Cleveland, 1; ?ew
York. L First bass on bills-OS Kahler, 3; off
Keating. 3; el McConnell. L Struck out-By
Kahler 3: by Keating. 3: by McConnell. 2. Bit by
pitcber-By McConnell (Lajoic). Ilits-Off KeaUng.
5 in S 1-3 innings. Left on baaea-Clweland, I; Near
York. 9. Double play Turner to Chapman, wild
pitches-McConnen, 2. Dmpirea Meaara. Egan and
Dmeen. Time of game 2 hours ana n mumua.
Leibold,cf.. 3 3 3 0 0
Chapman-aa.. 4 2 12 0
lsn.lb. 3 0 I 1 1
Yankees. AB H O
nartzellb.... 4 0 2
Wolteref 5 2 2 0 0
Daniels rf... 3 0 2 0 0
recktn'gh.as.. 3 12 5 0
Knlght.lh.-..- 3 on 0 0
Cree.lf 4 12 0 0
MldlUUb..... 3 0 1 2 0
Comltc 2 0 4 4 0
rVhrdajv .. 10 0 10
Wsrhop,p..- 2 1 0 1 0
Jickvjnrf.. 4 2 2 0 0
l-.Xjle.rb.. 3 14 3 0
2 0 3 3 0
3 14 0 0
4 2 3 0 0
3 0 10 0
Sirecney. . 10 0 0 0
Totals... 31 527H
Bitted for Warhop In the ninth.
Ctereland 00000000 0-4
NeirYort .T 01000100 1-3
RuneJaekaon. Lalole. Turner. Graney. O'Neil.
Mitchell, Daniels, reckinpangh. Midaiff. Two-base
hit-Jackson. Three-base hiteLeibold. Chapman.
Sacrisca hits-Chapman, Turner. Stolen baaosTur-
ner. O'Neill, PecMspaugh. Mldtiff. Fhat base on
ermr-CVareland. L First baae on balla-Off Mitchell,
9; off Sdrala, t: off Warhop, 1. Stmck out-By
Mitchell, 2; by Bchulz, 1: by Warhop, z. Hit by
pitcher By warnop, lajoic auia maaovn oaraw,
8 In 3 inninas tnone out in tha fourth). Left on
baaas-aereland, f : New York. 10. Double plaia
Lajole to Olson: Olson to Chapman to Olson. Urn-pu-ea
Meaara, Dineen and Egan. Time of game 1
hour and 6B mmotea.
Braves Hammer Cuba' Hurler, "Win
nlngj, ! to 1.
Chicago, July 29. Boston gave the
Cubs a sound thrashing here today,
winning, 9 to 1. The Braves knocked
Overall out of trie box in the third
round, and treated Ritchie, who went In
In the fourth, but little better, while
Dickson, the visiting- twlrler, held "the
Trojans helpless. Two doubles and a
sacrifice scored the locals' one run in
the first. Lord's home run wljh two
on gave the visitors three In the sixth.
AB H O A E
3 10 0 0
LonUf ... 4 3 10 0
Connolly Jt I 0 S'O 0
mlthb... 1110 0
DerlinJb... 3 0 0 10
SweenerA.. 4 1110
Myerajti. 4 lit 0 0
Maim.ct. . 4 110 0
Whalin(.e.. 3 13 0 0
Dksoo.p...- 4 10 3 0
0 3 0 0
ETerab.Mm. 0 0 0 0 0
PheLuLZb 3 0 15 0
Sctnlte rf..... 3 13 0 1
Goodejt-.... 110 0 0
Zim'emua3n, 4 0 110
R rid will u...
3 0 5 10
3 0 0X0
Totals. a 437 f 3
Bona MaranrlBe (S, Lord, Smith (2), Sweeney,
Myers, WhaHns (3). Leach. Left on baaea-Boaton.
4: Chlcaco, 4. Hits-Off Orcrall. in 3 tssjncs,
off Blchie. in 0 inntnia. Stolen baaes-aiarannlle.
Smith. Winlaaaa. Two-baa hits Leach, Bchulte.
Orarall. Lord. Three-baa rlt Sweeney. Home ran
Lord. Double play MaranrBIe .to Bweeatr to
Myers. Sacrinea hits-Lord. Whalisc, Brers. Bat
on balls-Off OnralL 1; off BJchie. I; off Diekaon,
1 Stmck eat-By OreraB, 1; by Bkhla. 3: by
ancsaoa. a umpirea aseaara. iviem ana unsv
Tims of caat-l imx and minutes.
THREE, HITS THIS TIME.
Whoheat the St. Louis Browns
yesterday for the second tim In the
series, allowing three hits.
"Engle'i Won Three Straight"
All around the tons yam kear
Words of praise srs'OTe,
"Kagel vsoai another causae,
Two te one's the core."
Any-nhere yon nee Hoke,
A fan. at buar. n skate.
The only thlnsr worth nnenklna; of.
E'GEL'S WOSt THREE
Words of praise seena good, Indeed,
For Jeers nnd roasts do burnt
Bnt GrttBth and nU little hunch
That Joe would lire and lean.
The many "wise" onea nhonld et wise
And bow to the Old Fox Brent,
For fnetn nre fneta, and nil now know
ENGEL'S WOX THREE
YOUNG NATIONALS -
Six Griffmem Register with Daty
Faltz's Players' Associatioa, Briag-
ing EnrollaieBt to 426.
New York. July 29 President Davy
Fultz, of the Baseball Players' Frater
nlty. announced today that seventeen
members of the major league clubs had
Joined the fraternity within the past few
days. The addition to the membership
of the association brings the enrollment
up to 4261
The new members are: Acosta,
Boehllru:. Calvo, Gedeon. Gallia, and
Harper, of the Washington team: How
ley, of the Philadelphia Nationals; Mc-
Cormlck, of the New York Nationals;
Overall, of the Chicago Nationals;
Shaller and Fournler, of the unicago
Americans: Wilmer, of the St. Louis
Americans; Whltted and Qriner. of the
St Louis Nationals: Benton. Bergham-
mer, and Dodge, of the Cincinnati club.
JrVaalilncton, 2i St. Louis, 1.
riillndelphla, 81 Detroit, O.
Cleveland, tl New York, '2.
Cleveland, 1; New York, S.
Doston, 5; Cblcnso, 3.
Boston, 2; riilrnsTo,
Uetroit at Wnahlnaton.
Chlcaso at New York.
St. Lonla nt Philadelphia.
Cleveland at Boston.
STANDING 6T THE CLUBS.
Won. Lost Pet. Wiu. Lose.
rhiladelphia C 3 .TO .TO .00
Clereland H 3 .601 (OS JW
WASHINGTON'.......... 6S 40 .K .SO XI
Chicago SI 4 .513 JIJ JOS
Boston 45 48 J00 J0J .435
Detroit. 40 60 .100 . JX
St. Lodia. 3 C Je J32 .SB
Near York. . 29 62 Jl J3S J13
StANDING Oi THE CLCB3 JULY , 191
w. u re. I vr. u it
Boston - G S .6& Detroit 46 SO .479
utibitmoo.. Rj a .u I ueTtunt..... u as ..
65 40 .S7 I W 1CCK.,.., 30 N JB
47 15 .511 1 St. Louis. ... 3 (3 JOl
rhiladelphia, 7 Pittabursh, 4.
Cincinnati, tl Brooklyn, B.
Boston, 0 Chicago, 1.
tv York, 1 St. Lonla, O.
Near York, 3t St. I.onli, 1.
Philadelphia at Cincinnati.
Brooklyn, at Plttsbnnsh.
Benton at St. I.onls.
New York at Cklcaso.
sTAUDBta oFthb clubs.
Won-Loar, Pet. Wln-Loaa.
Near York. S .m .733 .TOO
Philadelphia............... 63 31 . en .(it jut
Chkarj.................... a a .no ja .sii
Plttabunh. ........... II . A ,H
Brooklyn - U IS . . .477
Bostoo. 39 31 .a ,410 .C
SL Louis 36 SI JB3 J80 JJ
CtndnnaU - 3T S .SO 391 Ja
STANDINO OF TBECLCBS JDLY 30. mi
New York B 34 .730
Chicago...... 06 33 .09
ritubunh... so 37 jn
rhUadelpbia. 41 41 .513
Nationals' Batting Averages j
TJP TO DATE.
13 S3 J88
34 88 4 38
m... 34 S3 10
Satisfied valtk BHckley.
Philadelphia, July JB. Connie Mack,
manager of the Philadelphia Athletics,
when asked today concemlnc George
Brickley. the Everett, Mass., high school
baseball slayer, said he If satisfied with
the youngster, and thinks 1m has found
another acboolboy wonaer.
iMankttttn Outfit Captwes
Two Games from the "
EVANS' ERROR IS COSTLY
Makes Wild Throw Home oa De-
aree's Sacrifice Fly to Catch
Meyers at the Plate.
St. 'Louis, July . The Giants took
both ends of a bargain day engagement
front the Cardinals here today, the first
game ending; 1 to 0, and the second.
3 to L The visitors won the first con
test in the third round when Meyers
scored from third on a short sacrifice
fly by Demaree. while Evans threw
badly to Wlngo. In the second game
Fromme outpltched Bailee. The locals
also failed to hit at opportune times, and
fielded badly. The scores:
SL Louis ABHOAE
Huftlnsjs.. 3 0 4 3 0
Maceejf...... 4 0 2 0 0
Oikc.cf...... 4 3 110
VYhltted.ss... 4 0 3 3 1
KonerchyJU 3 0 10 0 0
fans.rt...w 3 0 2 0 0
Winco.c...... 3 112 0
Uosrreyjb... 3 12 3 0
Doalr.p,..-... 3 0 10 0
AB H O A E
f..... 3 2 10 0
Doyle.tr....... 3 0 3 4 0
Meralclb...... 3 110
llomr.rf.-.. 3 o s 0 0
Mry'Tt.c. . 3 3(10
Totals..... 3 52T 13 1 Totals.-... 3SIB1
Ne York 00100000 0-1
St. Louis OOOOOOOct-O
Run Meyers. Two-baaa hits Meyers, Mowtry. Sae-
ricce fir-Desuree. Double raaja-Mowrey to llu-
etna to Koner; Hnaxlna to Kooey: Fletcher to
Dork to Uertle. Hit by Bitched ball-By Doak
(Buna), by Demare (Uutsins). Baaea on baCa
Off Doak, l; off Demaree. L Struck out-By
Demaree. 5; by Doak. L Left on baeeeSt. Lotus.
I. Near York, 2. Umpire-Ueaanf Brennan and
Eason. Time of fame 1 hour and a mlnstea.
lliuczina.ai. 2 0 13 2
Maseeh!..... 4 0 7 0 0
(l.krsxf 4 0 2 0 0
Whltted.se... 3 2 2 2 1
Konetehy.lb. 3 1 11 0 0
Esaiis.rf .. 4 10 0 0
McLran.c... 3 0 12
Uinso.c.. 10 3 0
Moarreyjb... 4 114 0
llirrn. If ..
HfnrJh..... 4 12 0 0
Fleleberja.-. 4 2 3 3 1
DojleJb.. 3 0 13 0
aiara'ciD...... i vu i i
Mnrray.rt. . 4 2 2 0 0
VV ilsnoe. 3 0 4 10
f-nodTass.ef . 4 1 0 0 0
Frommr,p... I 0 0 i Of
33 72713 1
Cather. 10 0
Totals 31 Srii 31
New York I 0 1 t 0 1 0 0-3
9t Louis . I I I 0 1 t H M
nuns-Whitted. Bums, nenog. Fletcher. Tiro
base hita-Whitted. Erans. lloma run-Buma.
Sscrinca hita-Dojle. Fromme. Stolen tasaa
Fletcher, Murray (I). Double play-Fletcher to
Sierale. Baae on balls-Off Fromme. : off SaCce.
L Struck out-By Fromme. 1; by Bailee, j: by
drier. 1. Hlts-Off Salle. In f InninES. Left on
basca-St. Louis. T; New Teak. 5. Cmnires-Mf-ars.
Eaaon and Brennan. Tim. of tame 2
ADAMS0N ENDS WORK ,
FOR MUNGER BATTLE
Waikia-rtoD Boxer b ia Tipj-Tofj
Shape for Star Boat at Ard-
mort Tomorrow Nijit
Swatts Adamson. the hard hitting
boxer of the District, who will meet,
Ford Jlunjrer. of Baltimore. In the star
event of the .inter-city boxing carnival
at Ardmore. Md., tomorrow night,
worked cut yesterday with three of the
cleverest bojs In town, winding up his
workout with ten fast rounds with
Tommy Lowe, who Is handling him In
Lone and Adamson went at It ham
mer and tongs for ten rounds. There
was little let up in any frame, and when
the final stanza was over both boys
were ready to stop for good. Adamson
showed great speed, and but for the
cleverness of Lowe, would have made
the star light-weight stop, but Lowe's
speed and cleverness was too big a
handicap for Adamson.
Shankey Gardner, who will meet
Buddy Williams in the seml-wlndup. Is
also working hard for his bout, as "Wil
liams has the reputation of being the
best boy In Baltimore at his weight
Its pounds. Gardner Is training under
Joe Oliver!, who is taking his charge
along at a rapid pact.
Young Thomas and Kid Martin will
meet in the first bout at 131 pounds, six
rounds. Thomas Is training for this
tight, as a beating at the hands of Martin
will put him out of the fight game at
Ardmore, and a victory will get him In
line for a bout with a star. Special
cars will be run tomorrow night, both
to and from the fight club.
KUNG'S SINGLE COUNTS.
Drives Across AYInnlnp; Tally, Reds
Defeating; loilera, G to 5.
Cincinnati. July H The Reds defeated
Brooklyn here today, S to E, Kllng's
single scoring two in the eighth, win
ning the game. Johnson pitched seven
innings for the locals. He was relieved
by Brown, who did not allow a Dodger
to reach first base, walker, a recruit.
pitched good ball for the visitors. Score:
Brooklyn. AB H O A E
BeacherJf.... 2 0 10 0
Moraiuf....... 4 0 3 0 0
Derora cf..... 1110 1
OrohJo. 3 14 4 1
noUttxetUb, 4 111 1 0
CutahawA. 3 0 3 T 0
8tenrel.cf. 4 110 0
Whaatjf. 3 0 10 0
KiraTatTirr.lt 3 3 9 0 0
Daobertt 1 0 0 0 0
SmithJ!)u. 3 13 10
Flshrja. 4 3 3 3 0
MfllerA ... 3 0 5 3 0
Wlker.p. 3 0 1 0
uoogeo..... a a a a a
Packard 0 0 0 0 0
Ennjb. - 0 0 0 10
HhackanLrf.. 113 0 0
Bergnmeaaa 4 113 0
KUngx. . 4 3 5 5 0
Batear.. 0 0 0 0 01 Totals...... 30 71714
xtrotm,p.HM. i o o u u
Cincinnati - 03010f3x-S
Rnme-Oroo, HobUtaen. Packard, sbeckard (3),
Berchammer. Cutshaw. Stengel CI. Kirknatrlck.
Smith. Two-base hita-Oroh. HobktxeU, Klrkpat
rick, Fisher, lloma run Beghammar. Stengel.
Left on basea-Cindnnati. I; Brooklyn. X, Donate
plays-Smith to Cutshaw to Klrkra trick; Cutshaw
to Kirknatrlck. struct out-By JcAn-on,
Brown, 1: by Walker, 5. First base on baDe Off
Johnson. 3: off Walker. T. Bit by citehar By Wal-
Hita made uir jonnsoo, t. umtarea
sjesare, O Day and Emslie. Tims or game 1 hour
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Griff Adds Another
Kid Southpaw Pitcher
Bentky, a Sandlotter, Looks Good to Old Fox.'
Detroit Tigers Here Today for Series.
Other Sporting Comment
Another southpaw has been added to the staff of th'e Washington
baseball dub in the Rerson of.Bentley, who has achieved considerable
fame in college circles, and who is enrolled at present with the Amer
ican Security and Trust Company team, of the'Capital City League.
""Curie' Byrd, coach ofthe Maryland Aggies, tipped Griff off to
Bentley,- and, after watching the youngster work out in practice, pitch-
mt-to tne natters,-, the Old Fox-
stated that he would hang tight to
the southpaw for the present, at
Accordlntrto Byrd, who Isa good judge h
oi a. uau pmycu, cjiuey, wnu w nineierrt
years, old, has the makings of a majjt
leaguer. His fast ball Is said to be fast and
he possesses a curve that will curve. In
other words. Byrd has tipped Griff off to
a second Joe Boehllng and it Bentley
proves to be such the Old Foz will be
his friend for life.
A study of the statistics shows-clearly
why Clark Griffith Is so eager to get
as many south paws as possible for next
season. Left-hand twiners have been
very successful In the American League
Boehliiur leads all the twlrlers of both
major leagues with eleven .victories ana
and one defeat. Plank, of the" Athletics
has fifteen victories to his credit this sea
son. as against five defeats. Other soutV
paws who have won the majority of
their games are Gregg. 15 and 5; Collins.
11 and 5: Russell, II and 10; Hamilton, 13
and 10: Mitchell. 9 and 7.
The Detroit Tigers are with us today
for the first of a four-came series, an
Griff announces that Bob Groom will do
the honors on the mound.
Boehllng is slated to work Thursday
Joe Engel Friday and Walter Johnson on
A St Louis dispatch reads as follows:
"When Rub. Marquard beard that
Boehllng, the oung Washington south
paw, who was so busily engaged assail
ing the Rube's record made last season,
had lost a game after having won
eleven straight games. Marquard ex
pressed true regret.
"Marquard was sincere about It. too.
He said: "I know Just how Boehllng
feels. 1 know how I felt after Lavender
beat me in Chicago last year after I
had won nineteen straight, and I can
sympathize with the Washington young
ster. He certainly made a great record
for a joung fellow just breaking in, and
there is not one who can say that be
has not got the stuff to get by with In
the big league. Any pitcher who can
pitch eleven consecutive victories Is
"Chief Meyers Is another mourner. He
said: 'I am sorry Boehllng was beaten,
because as long as he kept going It was
a sure thing that Marquard was going
to put all that he can on the ball tvery
day that he worked. He had a sort of
Incentive to keep winning. 1 do not
mean by that that Marquard wUl not I
continue to try to win just as many
games as he can for the club, bat you
know how Jt Is in competition of any
kind; It Is always better to have some
one In particular trying to grab your
laurels than to go along with no one
near jou. I would not be surprised lag
Marquard should equal his record. He
certainly has & lot of stuff on the ball.
He seems to have more on It every time
that he starts, and his control Is much
.better than it used to be. He can count
on all of the boys to do all that they
can to help him better his record. "
A record kept of each ball thrown by
Engel and Leverenz In yesterday's gameft
shows that Engel had altogether the
better of the argument. Joe pitched
nine rounds against the Brownies, and
anmker Tribe Find I'l rates' Hnrler's
Shoots for 7 to. 4 Score.
Pittsburgh, July 29. Dooln's tribe
found no trouble In taking- the game
from the Pirates here today, 7 to 4.
Mayer and Hendrlx pitched a neck-and-neck
game, but the former was
derricked at the close of the fifth
round, Alexander succeeding him.
rasiert.cr. 4 3 3 0 0
a l l a a
Knabeb. . 3 1 1 T 0
LoberUn. . 4 110 0
llecker.li 3 13 0 0
Kommeraxf. 4 14 0 0
WattKT.sa.... 4 13 3 0
Vlller.lh... 4 10 4 0
WUsoruf. 4 110 0
Crsiauuf.... 3 1110
Lnderua.Ir.. 4 1 13 0 4
Doolan.sa 4 3 3 4 0
KUMer.e. 4 S 1 1 0
IfjjCTMX...... 10 0 10
Alexander.!!.. 3 0 0 4 0
Vioih. 3 0 4 5 0
o a-3 o
10 3 1
33 TSlt 3
Totals...... 33 13 IT M 0
Philadelphia ...... 100301013-7
Buna-Butler R). Ylox. HeuMx. Paakart, Knabe,
Becker CD. Lnderua. KllUfer. Alexander. Soma nm
Becker. Three-bass hita Doolan. Butler. Hendrlx.
Sacrifice hita Knabe. Taakert. SacriOcs Hies
Knabe, LoberL Left on, lss a TJnr.iru) a;
Pittsburgh. X Pint baas on balla-Off Mayer. 3; off
Bexubix. X Stmck ont-By Uayer. 1: by Alexander.
1: by Bandrtr, X Paaaed baD-shaon, Hits made
Off Mayer. 3 in ( mslngs: off Alexander. 3 in 4 in
nings, PaauUis-Viani a. Byron and BigVr. Thoa of
game i near ana mlnutea.
MT50B LEAGUE RESTTITS.
Newark. 3; Mcanraal. 4.
Jersey City, 3; Buffalo, T.
Frorklence, 4; Toronto. X
Baltimore. I; Bocheater. X
MDwankae. 0; St Paul. X
Kansas Cttr. 2; MhmeanoBa, T. . .
Toledo, 3; Ctftrmbrte, T.
Louianlia. 3; Indianapolis, X
Wilmington, I; Hairlsburg. 4.
AOentown, 3: Atlantic City, 1.
Trenton, t; Tort. X
SOS Sth trt
delivered 106 balls, strikes, and fouls. Of
this number, counting all fouls and
strikes, seventy were good enough for
Connolly to give a decision against the
batter, while only thirty-live did not suit
his umps' critical gaze, and were called
balls. For every ball Joe threw he
threw two strikes, which appears to be
pretty good control, inasmuch aa he
walked only two,one purposely.
Leverenz, who twirled one round less
than did Engel, was forced to send 119
pitches to the plate. Of these sixty-four
came across and fifty-five were wide.
Just to show how good Engel was and
It sounds incredible with the exception
of the two men passed, only one, Will
lams, in the second, had three balls on
him, and, with three and one, hit to Mc
Bride. who threw him out.
Five times St. Louis batters hit at the
first ball pitched, and only one. Lever
enz, hit safely, and his was a fluke.
Shotten also reached first when he hit
the first ball, but Morgan made an error.
Seven Climbers took their chance on the
first ball pitched, and three of them
reached first. Gandil singled twice, and
Laporte was safe on a fumble. Milan
hit the first pitch once and sacrificed.
Engel's best inning was the seventh,
when he retired the Browns on six
pitched balls, four strikes, and two called
balls. Leverenz shoved ten plateward
in the fourth and fifth rounds. In six of
tne nine rounds only three batters faced
Joe Engel, while the Climbers were on
the sacks In every Inning except the
fifth and seventh.
Keep up the good work. Joe!
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