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Sox and Nationals Set New World's Record for Consecutive Innings Played
Griff men Trim Chicago; fcomm statistics of the major leagues. flSellin? Star Plaver Ill ' ii
Win Out in Thirteenth
Nationals and White oox
Hang Up World's Record
for Extra Inning Games.
Boehling Pitches Brilliant Ball, but
Johnson Comes to His Rescue
in Twelfth Chapter.
n (.i:onr.E s. Ronuirss,
Bawbell Hntir of the Chicaso Iallj N'ews.
Tilcago, Aus;. 16. The Nationals won
another brilliant extra-lnnlns same
from the White Sox today, taking a spec
tacular battle in thirteen innings, 2 to 1.
Johnson asain did the rescue act, go
ing In for Boehling in the twelfth The
Sox and Nationals set a world's record
for the number of inninc"! 'n the three
conetutlp anie. TVr nnrae' went
tiilrteen. fourteen, and thirteen Innlnss.
totaling fort'
Williams non the same for the Na
tion lU in the thirteenth. He doubled I
1i 10ft with one out and. when Mc-I
Jlrldc hit ti HIackburne. the latter mad
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' ite to tu st to citch JIcBrlde John
ron lifted a acnfiv foul to Ieibold and
Williams M.-ied "itli the ninninp run.
Rl.uklturr.e unl I.iboM leplaced Johns
und Telsch for th" -o in the thirteenth.
It .i one of the ti-iet tl.ib duels seen
t r".misKe I'ail. this reason
ll.ith I.u-.-I! .inri lat-iehlina were in
i-reat form Hnioi wore eenlv div.ded
in nine in in-i- Three hits were made
iff cat'h hurier in tlrtt number of rounds
Itu-ell finned foil' mn .mil Roenlinff
I .
The Nationals tiirentt lied to score in
the tenth inning when Shanks re-iched
t rst on ttenn . f-imMi .-nd Oandil
slnsled. but Acosti and Williams pop-l-d
out, retiring the side
FeKch doubled with none out in the
second innin- but IJoehlinjr j.'.-ie a creat
exhibition finning Weier nnd makins I
Johns and Ru-sel co out in order of '
Ihelr apjiearance Milan singled in the
twilfth. took second on Jai.k-.oii s fum
ble and scoied when Jackson heaved the
all in to the graidstind
The Sox tied u tin scoit m th- ir hilf
of the twelfth, when Kildie Collins dou
bled, advanced on Kel- h . i-afe bunt,
nnd scored when Lei'iold siounded out.
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Washington. 5; Chicago, 1.
JM. Inputs. 10: Athletics. 1.
New York, 6; Cleveland. 5.
Detroit, 7: Boston. 6,
Washington at St. Louis.
Ainiettcs at Chicago.
New York at Detroit.
Boston at Cleveland.
Phillies. 4; Cincinnati. 1.
Pittsburgh 2; New York. 1.
Brooklyn. 3; St Louis. 1.
.Boston. 4; Chicago, 4 (darkness).
Cincinnati at Thlladelphta.
Pittsburgh at New York.
St. Louis at Brooklyn.
-i-aicago at Boston.
Selling Star Players
Gives League Black. Eye
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goston 76
Detroit 75
Chicago ;.. 71
Washington 59
New York ki
St-.Louis 45
Cleveland 44
Athletics 35
L. Pet.
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42 .641
46 .607
55 .51S
56 .491
72 .385
71 .383
79 .307
St. Louis
New York....
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Jennings' Jungaleers Capture Over
time Game from Boston Yanks
Trim Indians.
Detroit Aue 26 Singles by Cobb
and each and Crawford s sacrifice in
the twelfth inning won today's game
from the Red Sox, 7 to 6. Young's
wild throw and Cobb's error in the
ninth gave the Sox a lead, but the
Tigers tied the count in the home half.
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Departmental League Club
Defeats Machinists in Final
Game by 5 to 4.
Harry T. Le Claire, manager of
tfce Machinists team of the Po
tomac League, which club lost the
championship to the Aa-afra la a
desperately fought game yester
day, made the following state
ment after the battlei
"I congratulate the Aggies. I'll
be oat there rooting for them to
trim Richmond Saturday."
It takes a man and a game one
to amlle In the face of defeat.
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Browns Beat Hacks.
St Louis, Aug. 26 The Browns
counted their fourth straight oer the
Athletics today routing Bressler with
ten runs and thirteen hits in Ave in
nings In the fifth five singles and
three walks gave seven runs.
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llalttTic-ItreIrr and McAtoj, Kftob, Tilhon
anl eitTcuL UmiHres Mesari. Evans and ("hi I.
The Agriculture club of the Depart
mental League, is today the undisputed
and unprotested amateur baseball cham
pion of the District.
Manager Larry Eidlness' heavy-swatting
Farmers' nine annexed the title by
landing the hardest-fought came In the
series from the Navy Yard Machinists
jesterday at American League Park bv
a 5-to-4 count, and will meet the Portner
club, title winners of Richmond. In the
intercity series in a double-header at the
inue park tomorrow after-
Manager John Berry Will
Bring Richmond Brewers
Here Saturday.
Richmond. Va.,' Aug. 6. The Port
ners, who won the championship of
Richmond by defeating the Duplex
Club, have won the pennant In the
Richmond League, two out of three
seasons. The team Is composed of
young and ambitious ball players, and
as suffered but one defeat this sea-
uun oerry. niiiur nr ,,.
This Practice Should Be
Checked for the Good of'
the National Game.
Griffmen' Open Series Against St
Louis Browns This Afternoon.
Comment and-Chat.
Moran's Phillies Land Game from
Cincinnati by 4 to J Cubs and
Braves Battle to a Draw.
Philadelphia. Aug. 2G.-The Phillies won
irom Cincinnati todav. i tn i u lin k .nia
imcning steady ball throughout. Tha
only run made by the Reds came in the
second Inning, when Griffith drove the
bail out of the park. Dale, pitching for
the visitors, showed lots of speed, but
the Phillies bunched hii nr v.( i- .v..
first and eighth Innings, scoring two runs
in each session. Score:
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w Aicta ana .mie
American League baseball has already
been handed a black eye and -is going
to suffer a, heap more next, season and
in year to come if .a stop ,1 not put
to the practice of selling stipng player's
by weak clubs to pennant contenders,
when the race begins to tighten up.
Jn the National League we see.a grand.
old free-for-all scrap, with hair a, dozen
clubs still elegible for the pennant. The
pennant fight In the American, League
is not a sporting venture any more, it's
a case of commercialism.
Within, the past two weeks the St Lou
Is Browns have added strength to the
Detroit Tigers by allowing Pitcher Jamas
On top of tpls came the
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Indians Are Defeated.
("le eland. Aug 26. The Yankees
trounced the Indians 6 to 5 in their
farewell game of the season today.
The Indians after trailing the Yankees
hj three runs tied the score in the
eighth only to lose out in the ninth.
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I. t.Ibn Uilluip J ""olhns
Ilidimnnd 1.
Mllwanl1, tWumbil 1.
Kansas ti 6 I'lfifland, 7.
Mmncai oh. 1 Loiiurille, 3.
M Isi' indianaitilis, S.
Sam JIaer a plajer who works in
either the inneld or outfield, was
purchased from the Kansas Citv
American Assoieution team toda He
is said to lie a lieaij hitter
Bill Johns, a rookie from Columbus,
Ohio, again appeared at third base for
the Sox His work pleased the fans
The cold kept j-waj several thou
and fans from Comiske Park, a
strong gale off Lake Michigan caus
ing the frigid blast
It was the second time in this
t-crles that Boehling had starts
against the Sox Joe lasted two in
nings in the first game
Sox fans cheered when the score
board boj put up four runs for De
troit in the fourth Inning
It was one of the fastest games of
the reason at Comiskey Park The
irams pi.-ii.eil seven innings in
Williams on Way West.
-Milwaukee. Aug 2C Sam Harris, man
ager ol Kid Williams bantam-weight
champion, wired today that he will leave
Baltimore for the West He wants to
train a fen dajs in Milvaukee for his
match with Johnny Ertie. at St. Paul.
September 9 Before going to Milwaukee
he will train in Chicago for a day or
two. beginning with tomorrow.
Johnny Shugrue, of Georgetown Uni
versity fame, put his big bat into action
in the closing innings of the contest and
paved the way for the Agcles to .- ,
the erdict. Both clubs hit the ball .
-no ai nmes snowed some real baseball
although poor Judgment was in eUdence
at the critical stages. In seven of the
nine innings the -Machinist dub had the
...si, oaner to xace Owens get on only
to see him left stranded on three occa
sions, while the Agsies gathered mos
of its counters after one or two had been
Farmers Hare Big Inning.
A -wild third inning by the Machinists.
"i .wui.il me farmers chased a trio or
tallies across the pan. proved the undoing
of the championship hopes of the south
east team, while poor support In the last
ne sessions kent Ouenn r,H..,n..
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"Lefty" Kuhncrt. the diminutive hurler
of the Potomac Leaguers, deserved a bet
ter fate, as he pitched a brilliant game
in the pinches, although he was touched
for thirteen bingles by the White Lot
crew. Kuhncrt weakened slightly in the
eighth and ninth, but in the early stages
of the game he had the hard-hitting
bi.uiiuic ciuD at nis mercy.
Owens, who served them up for the
Farmers, was not in the best of form
although twice he pulled himself!
nut rf ti-rU l.t ..
routed W'Tth two goe ' 'th , sh'.ngton" A"
and two strikes on Carroll, Kuhner" Uf , lhlnfton "je years ago, is captain
groved the ball, opening the way for f , eft L?r' 1 '""'i"5 a"d has
Aggies to tally a counter as Bailev h ,5 . J R' a.nd may do mo"nd work
was passed and Strai? obtafne "K bei.1thef?rle" is finlshed-
second bingle of the dav s.min, n ,;. .""'"" wno covers second station, is
rn ac .,. " " Known
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,hl ;. k n or the best her on
the club, and m.-iv - i-. .v. ..
at Washington. " "" """"
SaT,!1reH,0r,ner? w" Ieave R'chmond
n y m,ornlnB at B:30 o'clock ana
upon arriving in Washington at 9
o'clock will g0 direct to a hotel and
rest for several hours before engag
ing In the double bill at the Ameri
can League Park. R. w. Payne, lo
SiLjr,1?"!..?' Ah" Portner Brewing
ZZT " 7" accompany the team.
-.. cvCrai nunured people, will B
along to root for the Richmond boys.
Morgan, an old baseball player, who
knows the game, and who has been
one of the best umpires in the Rich
mond amateur baseball circuit, will
c u..c 01 me nanuiers of the Indi
cator in the inter-city series.
The following will give the Wash
ngton followers of the amateurs some
Insight as to the players they will
see in action Saturday.
Xapier is one of the f.Tr wi.i... .
Richmond who has a no-hlt, no-run
game to his credit. He lost only one
game during the season. Napier leads
his team in hitting with a grand aver-
Jlie nf Jia .i i .
-- -. ., aim ao not made an
error this season. He also plays right
Dunn, the "midget" of the team, has
made good as a twirler. It was his
splendid work that won the champion
ship for the Portners. He began amateur
baseball as a catcher.
Ed Chlttum. catcher, hit at an average
of .201 and fielded .072 this season. He is
steady and rarely misses headlmr nir men
at second when they attempt to steal.
nooeri waur. me first sacker. who was
Battle to n TlrotiT
h?. ? AUB- -The Braves and Cubs
battled to a 4-4 tie today, the game be-
coun? ni? ? I"6 Cnd f the "ln'h -nr
i. ,darkness- Nehf held the Ms
ltors helpless until the sixth, when a
tk;.,S'n8lt and d0UbIe ve' the Cubs
vllle filled the bases in tha seventh and
e,W,iS.SUP?,lanted Hughes, the
d f1? Evers for removing the
?m "i PUch,er- Hlts ott Hughes tied
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Pirates Trim Giants.
tu T .Trk' A,Vff- 26 A P'tchers' bat
t e between Kantlehner and Stroud
??L " f.rmer b' a 2-t0-l "ore
today The visitors put up an al
most impregnable defense behind their
twirler. who would have secured a
shut-out but for McCarthy's slip In the
fourth which allowed Merkle to take
ku udses. ,-uerKie firnr.H nn -em-....
er's single.
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Batteries Kantlehner m niu... e. .,.'
and Jkjm. L'mrtrer-MeMo. niclVr and Cockill.
:ew York..
sale of Joe Jacksoa to the Chicago White
Sox. Wednesday Sam Agnew, the
Brown" best catcher, was purchased by
the Boston Red Sox and last night came
a well-defined rumor that Charley Coni
Iskey. owner of the Chicago club, was
going to make a desperate attempt 'to
buy Frank Baker, the home-run slugger
at present .owned by Connie Mack.
In Chicago there is some excuse for
rendering aid to the White Sox, be
cause of the Federal League club In that
city, but-Chlcago has been helped about
The one team whh really needs star
players if the present spirit of commer
cialism is to be' continued Is "the New
York Yankees, for a pennant contender
In New York would make money for
every club owner In the American
League, and yet We do not hear of the
Yanks getting a chance to bid for such
players as Jackson, Jack Barry, Frank
Baker. Bill James, and others who have
been transferred for a consideration from
second division American League clubs
to pennant contenders.
The Griffmen bid adelu to Chlcaao last
night until 191S. winning the series just
closed two games out of three.
Today the Nationals are in St Louis
for a three-game series against the
Thus far the Nationals have traveled
at a .730 clip through the West, but gained
little ground on the leaders.
With a long stretch of homo games' to
wind up the season, there Is yet a chance
of the Nationals passing the Chicago
White Sox and finishing third, providing
the Old Fox does not attempt to do too
much experimenting with recruit players.
A.Liiner. G and Eleventh Streets.
Were $6.75 to $10
Get in line. Mr. lVfan, and buy today one of these Palm Beach
Suits at $3.85. Many days yet when a Palm Beach Suit will be most
suitable and you will have it handy for wear next summer.
All perfectly tailored.
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Homer T. Lands Feature
In Three Straight Heats
Arrangements Are Completed for Club
Crew Race Large List of Canoe
Events Scheduled.
W. H. Tabb's Horse from Au
gusta, Ga., Wins 2:25
Pace at Rockville.
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Brookhn. 11 Ilalumcrr. 5
Nrwalk I HnOalo, :
Kannn Cur, 6, Pittjbiiri. 3
St. Lom. W, Chirac.
Kinsai City at St Lnui
( hfrico at Pitubutch.
standing or TI1E CLUBS.
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Onnuien Score First.
Machinists were the first to score.
iseaiiy nit one or Owens' shoots for
a single and moved to the far corner
nen acnoneia and Chapin were re
tired on infield plays Beard then hit
io nsnt neid scoring the speed mer
chant of the Navy Yard team. Raba
ended the inning by going out to Cus
sack. In the second. Harris was is
sued a base on balls and stole second.
He came home in a romp when Roun
tree smashed one for a base knock.
In the third Schofield doubled and
chased across the plate a minute lat
ter when Chapin cought one of Owens'
as one of the fastest fielders
among the locals. Heretofore he has
alwas been on losing teams. At one
time he was a member of the Petersburg
club in the Virginia State League. His
batting average this season was .333.
Albert Burch plays short field, and saw
sen-Ice in post-season games heretofore
with the Battle Axe team. Burch has
scored more runs than any other member
of the team, and hit durlngjhe past sea
son with an average of .3U.
sentry, third baseman, who is known
as "Hooks," Is a consistent player and
is regarded as ono of the best base run
ners on the Portners team.
Bransford, who covers left rarrion ha.
also seen service with the Battle Axers.
Douglas Shows Form.
Brooklyn. Aug. 26 Douglas, the
Brooklyn twirler. practically won his
own game from St. Louis today. Tho
locals won 3 to 1. 1,ni. ,.- .
singles and a double In three attempts
scoring two runs.
curves for a two base hlnr urchin. He batted .312 during the nast srasnn
lsts did not count again until the 2evf,r m,S8d a game, and is one of the
eignth. when Harris was hit and moved '. a aurest neiders on the team
$395 fflj '
to second on Giovannettl's sacrifice
and scored with two out when Kith-
S inert hit for the second time rinrlno-
W 7S Sthe da''
Schofield itarted what looked to be
a real tally In the ninth by getting on
on a single to left, but Chapin popped
to snugrue. Beard then fouled out to
Strait and Schofield attempted to ad
vance but the Aggie catcher pegged
to Shugrue who caught Schofield a.
yard off the bag.
. Oith .starts Things.
The big inning for th Acrl rum.
in the third when Owens started
mings witn a drive to center. Pee
moved him up with a timelv wallon
anu uom runners anvancprt wh.n iftih.
Inert messed up Llmerlck'3 sacrifice,
which filled the bases Shugrue them
popped out to Houn tree. McCartv
drove a long fly to Beatty. Owen chas
ing across the pnn. On Beatty's throw
to the plate both Pee and Limerick
moved up and scored when CusaucK
bounced one over Schofleld's head.
Frank Pee helped to hold down the
total of the Machinists by his sensa
tional fielding, while Shugrue and Car
roll came through with timely wal
lops. The fielding of Schofield and
Harris and the hitting of Chapin and
Kuhnert were the features. The score:
AGmcDLTuna ab,
rreu uurch covers center field. Thr
years ago he pitched for Barton Heights
team, the winners in the Old Dominion
league, ana won the nennanL Tn h
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Local Railroaders Win.
The local Railroad Y. M. C. A. team
had little trouble In defcatlni- th. v.
York Railroad Y. M. C. A. team yester
day at the Terminal Park by 12 to 0.
Levcrine and Naples wer in vimm.j
of the situation at all times, and allowed
two and three hits, respectively. Score:
Washtajtori 0 0 3 1 0 1 J 5 x-12 u' "j
Ne York 00000000 0-0 3 3
BattCTiM-AppWon and Towm; N'arlea. Lartrinr
pctnan. and Oakfej. Umrtre-Joe Handibo.. Tlmi.'
Discussing the American League race
and the practice In vogue of selling star
playerj, Billy Weart. the baseball writer
on the Philadelphia Telegraph, says:
"Baseball magnates should adopt a rule
prohibiting players to be sold after a
certain date in the championship sea
son. "The mad scramble to buy the pennant
In the American League is taking the
sportsmanship out of the race. 'When
Connie Mack was winning championships
for this city he did not have to buy the
honor, although he did once make a deal
in mldseason with Cleveland which
brought Brls Lord here.
"That deal, however, was a tame affair
compared with the money-madness of the
owners of the Boston. Chicago and De
troit clubs. There are times during a
race when a club finds it advisable to
get rid of a player, but never before has
a pennant fight been made such a com
mercial proposition as the present one In
the Johnson circuit.
"There is no rule to prevent a club
from buying a player at any time that it
ran get another club to sell, but there
should be such a rule."
The lovers of water sports will be
given a treat on Saturday, afternoon of
this week when the Potomac Boat Club
will give a large regatta and festival
Many Interesting as well as unique
events havebeen arranged and those
who Journey over to the boat house or
stand along the Aqueduct Bridge any
time from 5 p. m. until dark will be
well rewarded for their attendance, for
using the words of Capt. Frank Cham- w-wu"- "m " -berlln.
"The Potomac Boat Club Is go- S"1' f"? .!eR.eate.d th" Performance of
lng to stage one of the greatest events "XlnTTH na C9i V"0 trot"
of its kind ever attempted by a local Ji0.1? "" T" v.ery "? ct""
boat club and one that will be well worth li" "": "? "nia nT" anown to
Rockville. Md.. Aug. 26. Seven In
teresting; races were run today at the
Montgomery County Fair before the
largest crowd of the meeting;. In the
opening event, a, 3:25 pace. Homer T
from the stable of IV. H. Tabb. made a
show of his company by winning- all
of his heata In easy fashion. He waa
off In front and was In no danger any
time during; the running.
Aliesawood. from the barn of H.
Kenan. Another Old Captain. Will
Be HI. Assistant.
Mlddletown. Conn.. Aug. 26.-The alumni
athletic council at Wesleyan has engaged
Dick Eustls. son of Public Service Com
missioner John E. Eustis. of New Ynrt
Both Eustis and Kenan have captained
successful elevens at Wesleyan. Eustis
was captain and half back In 1912. and
Kenan was captain and full back last
At the close of the football season
Eustis -wjll manage the Wesleyan store
and Kenan will become an assistant In
ine gymnasium,
Wesleyan's season will open one week
later this fall, the first game being that
with Rhode Island State Colleee. on An.
drus Field, on Saturday, October 2.
Stands fdr
Style, Speed, Power and Economy
When the Price of gasoline goes up. think how little is required
to operate a TRUMBULL (35 miles on a gallon). When the repair bill
is heavy, think how different it is with the TRUMBULL (built like a
battleship to stand up under the most strenuous, grueling service.)
.l o r"0 dozenof1Tlhe ost excellent cars are being used by
the Police Department of New York City.
Save money by motoring in a TRUMBULL, the most popular light
car on exhibition at the Rockvijle Fair.
National Motorists' Association
lfitk mmI Ptrk Road N. W. 1W UL S422.
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Khncruc, Cb... ........
McCarthy, rf.
Cnurk. Jb
Cairoll, ef.
Bailer, lb.
Strait, c.
Owcbi. p.
TO. A. fc.
3 0 1)
1 J
Total 33
Beattx. rf..
Scbofltld. ..... ..
Chapin. If.
Bard. lb.............
Raba. rf. ..
Harrix. tx. ......
Glotannrtt!, e.
nountrn. Zb.........
Kahnclt, p.
. i
. 5
. I
. t
S 13 7 II z
R. H. PO. A. U
ToUU ....' S u
AcrictiUure.. fOSOteoi 1-
MchtoUt lllldllH
Earned mna Axrkulturr. 4? u.hh.i.
baae br cmri-AcT.cultur. ; Machinist, j. xft
u mm Ainmiwir, ii AiacnlllUt. S. .rust
on oaiu-ua uwnaj. 3; ear Kuhont, 4. Struck
out-Br 0cn, 4: by Knhnnt. S. Two-baa kit
ScboScld. Stmcroe. SicruV Uta-ScboHelt.
IRMim-lll nM.H,u. l !- .. 7w
McCartbr. Btolro baaes-CHawi.. Bwrd. ilirnZ
Kounttre. Umerlck. McCarthT m. n,j. rZl
U ?fubl lI-SclofleW to Booatn. Harrta
. uxu. ouuritiuv w aaBBcnct: iq Bailer. Strut
to natntv ait br rttchtr-Br Onas (Butty
Un Woodnrd 'sad Imh. r.ZTSZ
S liosjs.
ord Is .331 and In fielding he has a per
ac-i. average Ot l,WO.
H. Wells, right fielder, has a splendid
record. It Is probable he will not get
into the Inter-city series because of hav
ing broken the bones in bin t-r,r,a ...
on the right hand, when he fell In at
tempting to catch a ball In the game
last Saturday.
LC.. IIs wl" take h,a brother's place
H,g I e.lrdc.n- H" h'ttlng is not up
to his brother's standard, but he Is re
garded as a sure fielder.
Harry Lee. the utility Infielder. Is a
heavy hitter, havlntr irmo ,.- i
runs during the past season, and leads
the league n circuit drives. He may be
seen In action at second base, reliev
ing jroran If the occasion demands.
Makes New Bike Eecord.
fTfft X J- AU& -"er standing
for eight years, the half-mil., hi.i.
record was shattered last night by Alf
.w.. ...o Ausiruimn, wno covered the
distance in J31-5 seconds, twd-flfths of a
r-i.,1, i.lT lnan ,ne mi"X of Jackie
Clark. In the semi-finals for the1 world's
championship Qrenda, Frank Kramer.
American champion, and Iver Lawson
all qualified. The final will be run off
Sunday. Ale nniilrtt th ...u.
eliminated in his heat by Grenda. '
Clemen? for Browns.
Louisville. Ky... Aug. 2.-Vernon
Clemens. Loulsvlllo am.H.n a. i.
tlon catcher, will RO to the St. LouU
American League club at the close of
this season In exchange for a catcher,
two pitchers and an outflMr 'n.a -i.
another player whoso position will bJ
epcviuca Dy Apnr, 1SI6.
Fitches No-hit Game.
Charleston. W. Va. Aug. 26. Lawrence
Henderson performed a marvelous pitch
ing Seal here yesterday when he shut
out Ironton without a hit In the first
game of a double-header and then kept
Fred Clarke vent back into baseball
history Wednesday with a story of a
visit of the Pirates to the Polo
Grounds fifteen years aro. He said
that they played three double-headers
in three days and that the Pittsburgh
club was paid for not more than
ninety admissions each day. "Baseball
was in worse shape then than it is
now." added the Pirate chief.
And once again we pause to remark,
keep your eyes on the Boston Braves,
who are now staging their most pep
pery spurt since the opening of the
1915 season. v
Here is a strange case of a ball
player who "bucked" against playing
in the major leagues, preferring to
remain in the minors. The player Is
none other than Harry Wolter, for
many years with the New York Yan
kees and other major league clubs.
Wolter has been playing great ball at
Los Angeles, his latest record being a
.363 bating average for 134 games. He
is credited with fifteen doubles, four-
tn trln1 flv,. hnm nma n,t Ihlptv. I
.- ......, .. . v ..w... . ., ..a... ..., . r.f Tin 1. 1 ia a . an
. rl... ...,. .i..iT itn.iuiau A. m At.,
" """" '"li t'uulllrllnir B..
going any distance to see. In other
words, the Potomacs are going to show
every one that they are aot pikers."
Among the special events of the day
will be an eight-oared race between the
Junior crews of the Arundle Boat Club
of Baltimore and the Potomac xnis
event should be very exciting and spec
tacular, as there Is much rivalry between
these two crews, they having recently
rowed a close race against each other
when the Potomacs visited the.Arundels
at Baltimore at the time of the Arundel
regatta and were defeated by the Bal
tlmoreans by a close margin.
At that time the Potomacs were forced
to row in a strange boat and with
strange oars, placing them at a great
disadvantage, but on Saturday, with their
own boat and oars they expect to make
the Arundels bow. Coach C. R. Zap
pone. of the Potomacs, has selected the
following men to represent the club in
this event: Bow, A. F. Garner: 2. Don
ItfcKinney; 3. L. K. Ashford; 4. T. H.
Farns worth: 5, P. G. Wrenn: 6. J. D.
Bebout; 7, E. M. Foster: stroke, Ray
Clark, and Coxswain, E. McD. KIntz.
The Potomac qtiaduple scull crew,
made up of E. A. Quintard, bow; Frank
Smith, 2: George Hutterly, 3. and Don
Macdonald. stroke, have been out on
the river each night for the last two
weeks tuning up for their race with the
Old Dominion crew of Alexandria, Va.
This race will be of much Importance
to the men who will row in the Potomac
crew, for a good showing In this event
will clinch their chances of representing
the club In the Middle States regatta
to be held at Philadelphia on Labor
The racing Is not going to be The full
extent -of the Potomacs" activities for the
day, as immediately after the racing
Is erer every one will assemble on the
lot and tennis court adjoining the club
house, where, for the rest of the even
ing, there will be many things to enter
tain them, such as an orchestra con
cert, dancing, refreshments, and various
other kinds of amusements.
one stolen bases.
were after Wolter. who seems to have
recovered from the broken leg which
helped to hurry -him out of the major
leagues. He agreed to finish the sea
son with the White Sox. according to
report, but preferred to return to the
them scoreless In the second game. Ir "Port, out preierrea to return to the
the opener three Ironton players reached k"l 111 eason' f.1 ,e st th,e storr
first base, two on bases on balls and J.'".11 lhat.w,ay'. Wolter has a laundry
the -other on an error, vi,. -ft. T Jl-. business at Santa Clara. CaU and that
made off Henderson in the second game. m' t? Vi.??. ?!!.. J
""r "- ! ia, tail fvliv J1IUJU.T
league he desires.
Gibraltar!, 17; Hilltops, 1
Mriftimer. 3t...
Vfihmjer. cf..
Blakr. if
larratt. rf....
Hcikmans. e.
Mulicr, ....,
Nttllt, lb..
i 3
5 3
4 2
5 I
3 I
: o
i :
Hamll, ta 3 2
IMUcnser. p. 4
Dan Harding, who pitched against
Charleston, also twirled both games, al
lowing three hits in the ODener ami flv
in the second game.
Donral Park Baces Again Postponed
Montreal. Aug. 2S.-The Grand Circuit
races at Dorval Park were, again post
poned today on account of Vain.
Will Umpire Tomorrow.
BIHy Berts, the well-kaewa Tet-
at the total aaacl.t sum.
will k the Wasfelagtea taclal at
Me-eT tesmraw want
tt Acrltvltn etnb pUyB tfM)
Portacr etah frost Rlrhmand. Va.
Oleic -K-ootJWartJ, another leral -tal
wfc kaa wtrkti'la tht, ui
MteaatSM rMtrrtJay, kaa keea
jm auuu tthi trts to Kiea
Miss Sebns Breaks Eecord.
Stone Harbar. N. J.. Aug. X Miss
Louise Debus, of the Philadelphia Tur
ners, swam six miles, from 'Maces
Wharf, Anglesea. to the bridge at Stone
Harbor. In one hour and twenty-sis
minutes yesterday, breaking the record
madeby Miss Catherine Halre. by nine
teen minutes. Five other members of
tne Turners, namely. Miss Minnie Llnck.
Mrs. C KlompMlss Charlotte Illig. Miss
Minnie Dlechelt and Miss Alma Herkert.
finished In the order named within one
hour'and fifty minutes.
Feds Are After Kamanx.
Pittsburgh. Pa.. Aug. 2s. Barney Drey
fuss, the president of the Pirates, claims
that the Feds have offered Al Manuux
a vast sum to remain ldl the rest of the
year, and sign with them next season.
He claims they visited Mamaux recently
in the hospital and had a long talk with
him. The youngster refused to quit the
game this season and directed the talk
01 tne r;ta agents to the season of WW.
Secall Herbert Kelly.
Pittsburgh. Aui K The Pirates hav.
exercised their option and repurchased
Pitcher Herbert Kelly, the forraer Notre
I Dame Irfthiadrr Kn miA !
"' jsyrl toJlkeAttaaita eteh of tho'BoatJW
Frederick V. lW. C. A. Plana to Place
Stronsr Team la FleU.
The Frederick Y. M. C"A.-is rapidly
arranging Its schedule for the coming
season and would like to book a cams
with an Independent eleven for November
-v. trams to be played at Frederick.
The Frederlck'team Is. made up of
some lery good players, and in its llne
un may.be found the following: Charles
SUtey, capuin of the 1911 Rock Hill
College eleven: James and Bro.ee Le
ruura iia aviier uuvai, xonner Aiercers
burg players: C M. Malone. H Rncm".
sellor. L. Feaga and R- Hammond, for
merly of Frederick High. School-" R.
Crout e. Young. Jlarris, S. Brown. H.
Baumgardner. William Belt.' Charles
Hudson and P- Baard. Any teams wish
ing, contest address C IC Harris, phy
sical airector, rreaenck y. m. C. A.,
Frederick, Md. t '
Spiders .Will Float-
Cleveland.-Ohio. Aug. !(. TheClave.
. ... . .....r.
iana American Association team has
played Its last game ia'Cleveland. Pres
ident Charles w. soramers announced
today he- had 'computed arrangements
for the transfer of .all the retnainlng
hone games'of'the Spiders tothV other
towaa.la the clrcalt. It la' set' kaowa
wherWUrav clah wUi b' tootIVatt
Totala IS
Graham, 3.., I
Jonna. 3b,p. -a 4
ndn. c .... 4
Ba'aUnrr. iio 3
OBnan. aa. 3
Diniicr. if. 3
Bcnott. ef 3
Hurler, lb..... 3
Smith, If. ;
better advantage. In the third contest
uon cozine was victorious in all of the
heats. The first heat was the best of
the afternoon. Red Rock got away
first and led for the first lap when the
winner challenged and took a slight
lead. At the turn for home Peter J. H.
who was rank in the early stages, put
in his bid and would have won In an
other stride. This was the only heat
that Don Cosine had anv trrmhta. ,"
Peter J. H. saved the place without any
The fourth was a roadntT ra ,.
Roy West, with Selbv at th .in.
played with his company. In the final
heat he was twenty lengths ahead of
Favorite Audubon, who was five
lengths In the van of Alpna.
The four furlongs run and repeat
brought out an extra heat between
t-annth and Elasticity. Elasticity won
the first heat by three-fourths of a
length after forcing all of the early
pace. In the second heat they raced
nose and tall for the entire distance,
with Carlnth getting his head down In
front, and in the third unit flni t...
Elasticity led until the last fifty yards
when Carnlth came strong on the out
side and won going away.
eage Kose. a previous winner. -
counted ror the six furlong dash.
barely lasting to beat Danville 41 by
a neck.
Flrat race-Pcm. IMO. -s pan:
Homer T. (W. H. Tabb) Ill
Mar Prlnca (D. Hubert) ;n
Jcaale B. (T. Lonil 3 3
Ball Redwood (Harry Uttle) ,
June ratchin (H. C. Corbtn) 43
Bcaie Bradatmt (Mr Hojer) d'a
Brownie Wealth (W. H. Chamber.) Tdi,
Snip (if. Thomu) 1,51,
DiTidcd F-cond and third mraej.
Time. 2.1S"i, I3H, JS,.
Second raco-PnrM. $C3; si) trot:
Aliesawood (W. H. Tabbl t t
jrnnru uuirr (HraK.iell! J ; St
Jlorolnj Light (William U. Tabb) J i
Third ra-e-Countr Raw; 18 elan: parte. OB-
Don Cozlne (W. P. Mitchell) 1 : j
Peter J. H. Thomaj) 2 ! J
Hal Beala (J. R. Crawford) 4 : 3
Red Rock (C. J. Selrase) 3 4 4
Time. 2itU. 22TU. 224.
Fcurti .race-lloadsler rtsr ran., tim.
R-r Wert ISelbrl 1 t
H. PO. A. E. J Alfha (McCarthy) ,
eirarrnir Auimbon (Dohrrtj) 4 3 2
OlOlIbert B. (It. T. OffuU) i 4 U
tBeuie (Sucnctr Masroder) dia
0 Time. 22). IJO. Z-TVi.
01 Fifth raca; rnnning: fom- forlsnj and rrpeat:
1 1 pnrte. J1S:
0 Camlth (Welbonrre) 2 11
0 Ha-tldtj (Jaduon) 1 3
Oj Mr Fellow. Coraini Coon. Dorothr Prror. Rock-
(land, ard ltundl: of Ragu alio ran. Tune. 031.
J . .31, V.3.
. I
A. E.
hlith racr: iMmini: aii fiirlonn.
1 1 HedKcmse (Walker)
i'DanrtDe II (Ualentt)
v UUt. W.. fftft..n .
U!ih Flier (Welbonmcl
Hammond taut afco ran. Tnre. la.
Saienth rfx:.noy numiiu race, ridden by bora
nrdcr 15 tea of an; onc-fonrth mile: Won br
Darilrg (Howard Tabb): areond. Phornix (Douxlat
Doah): third, oe (Jhnmr Selrtie). No time
1 t IS S
, Totala........
Gibraltar. (03333 x-lT
HUltors.a.,1'. 0100000-1
' Flrat but tj rrTon-Glbraltir. C Laft on baaea
Cftraltar. i; Hi3tcra. U rTrjt but on balkt-OS
BaQesctr. 3; off Bahtnrrr. 4; off Jonea, 1. Inainsa
ritchtd B lviklnter. 1; br Jonew.. 4. Hits made
Oil Babiastr. f : off Jock?. 13. Stmck ont-Bj Bal
knajtr. 14: br Jeoaa. 3. Threo-baat Mta-MorUmer
CD. BaOanter. Twoaae hlt-Gamtt. Stolen baae
-MrtitT..t:arTatt. Bake. Grahaa, Dtnsltr. Hit
br pltthar Vj Battevstr, Graham. Wild pltdj
HunnT. iwea oaint-Beaani ra. Drtknunn.
umim-XT. Nciers. use of at mi 1 lvmr uut M
-- t - '
Basils atatwla Ceaach Win Retara
"" Aspala TkUAntaaia.
Boston, Aug. 28. Uncertalney whether
Guy Hichans. the Professional rawlnr
coach' of Yale, would return from Eng-
la Matt tra fAaitl !. Dili. - bl . "
HVvtiM.H itiauiug iwiiwica Utta U
turan wan dtepelled by Capt. 8etrvLow.
Jr., ,of the Tl icrew, yesterday.
In.' a letter-' to a. f rieivl In thla itw rw
avaldlsr. NrCkitlls Sent tne word that
he -would ;ie on hand again tato-fall to
raarti tha Valaa' rranar aa- In ...
IwwillKiiyftar- tha cvaalaavat c4-
' Always the Sams
Berkeley Rye
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