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athletics Take Advantage of Many Dumb Plays. TROUBLE: BREWS TWICE Athist-es Players Start After Bryan When He Tags Stuart Out at Plats ?"Junis" Davis Makes Paas at Houston Hughes. Results eeterdey. Athletics, ti; North Knd, G Hampton. 2; Fort Monroe, 1. Standing of the Clubs. Clubs \\'>n Leaf Pel Hampton .<i l .Wi North End . 3 ?" ' Fort Monroe.2 4 .jjj Athletics. 2 6 2?b Oamss Next Saturday. Hampton vs. North Knd, Casino. Athletics vs. Soldiers, Phot-bus. By taking .advantage of the dumb plays of their opi?oncntg end hanging the ball hard In the early rounds, tbe Athletics defeated the North Under* on the Casino diamond yesterday af? ternoon by a co-int of ? to 5 before a crowd of some six hundred rank par ttaisns. The crowd wss evenly divid? es between the teams, but the Ath? letics' followers did the most rooting throughout. North End fought strenuously against a handicap of three runs the opening round and would have Ced up the acore had not Umpire Kay field ruled that Powell failed to touen first base when ho doubled to lett, sending Brysn home There was an argument about this decision, the North Enders contending thst Powt-n touched first, but the decision stood. The game aas a long drawn out affair and, while some fine neiding was done in the later rounds and tne acore always wss* close, the crowd tired toward the flnlsb. There came near being two fights during the game, severe! of the Athletics running out after Bryan wh?n the catcher taggcu Stuart oik at the plate, and M?nte" Davis making a pass at Hughes wnen th*e? plav.-r rah into .Davis at first. Trouble wss prevented In both in? stances, however. Umpire Cunningham, who officiated behind the bat, came In for a roasting by the followers of esch teem and nil of the players. His work could not possibly have been any worse than It was and his derisions on balls and strikes were ridiculous. He ha? no business in the Peninsula league. Baken pitched good bsll for tne Athletics ami Simpson was strong after the first two rounds. Ttie guOM: Athletics AB R H PO A P O'Hsrs, cf..5 1 1 9 9 Haotx. If . 4 1 1 2 I Monfalcooe. rf. 4 1 I ? w o Patton. c. 4 1 2 6 2 o J. OUars. 2h. 4 t> 1 C 3 ? Stuart, sn. 4 0 0 1 1 3 Meivtn, 3b. . 4 1 1 1 I Davis, lb. 4 it 0 11 0 Baken. p. 5 1 2 0 5 Totals . 36 S > 27 1& 4 North End AB R H PO A Hughes, as., 3b.4 ? t 0 6 1 Hudson, lb.4 A 0 13 ? l Read, rf. 5 1 1 i o Young. 3b.. 2?.3 ? ? 1 4 ? She wen. 2b. se. ... 4 2 1 1 S Z Bryan, r . 2 2 ft 7 1 ? Powell, cf. 3 0 t 0 0 l? Neaaee. If. 3 8 1' 0 0 ?> Simpson, p. 4 0 0 1 t? 3 Totals. 32 5 t 24 II 4 Score bv innings: Athletics.SXSSltStar-* North Bad. 6 2 2 ? ? e 9 1 n?1> Summery:| Two base hits?Men falcone, Hauti. Rhewen jetoten bases ?Brysn. 2; llugbr* Hudson. Reed. Shawen, Powell. Montalenne. Seen See btts?tiawtx. Nexsen. DonMe pray*?Stuart to J. Offnes ts> DarU; Bhnwen to Town* struck out ?-Hy Bnhen. ?. by Simpson. I ftase on heJts? By Raken, f: by Simpson, Left on bases?Athletics. ft; Noctn Bad. a First on errors?Athlettes. ?;! Morth End. 4 Hit hy pi'obci balls? R>fBnna sad Heenes, paws ball?Pat tea Umpires?Canning-bar. and1 BaySeM. Ttase of game Two gown CHURCH LEAGUE First Waff ?f Seseoe tee*. The tret haft of the ws?ta hi tne efts eBcrcb Hag u> siaded .??rJedav +99) taa First prewbylertee cSorre sad the i went act Avne- r Surra aaaaa fast far Srat plere < votaat Araeae awe a see to get o* ih* top fSBf/ be datssattae; the First Preeny tertea rhurrh yasterd-y il<n.vm BMlMI Btptirt has nee a>*r? game w> paw sad tt tteey 'here ?m *c a three.i naired tfa tut Irst gasee. T?a gtreetere ef the Ma?in win Tseeewy adfdM ta ? fag ?* ?f t* saaane TV second barf of tne i scai on will begin on July 9 and tti? team ihHt finishes first In that halt will piny the winner of the first hau for the championship. The clubs stand as follows: Clubs Won Lost Pet. Flr?t Presbyterian ... 6 1 .?u7 Chestnut Avenue M<rh o' 1 .867 Calvary Baptist.5 1 .>W Trinity Methodist - 3 4 JM Graes.- Methodist _ 3 4 .42? :4th Street Christian . 2 4 .333 tntli Street Christian . 1 6 .b42 St. Paul ._ 1 6 .142 Presbyterians Loae One. Chestnut Avenue defeated the nine of the First I'r.-rbyterlsn church yes? terday afternoon by a count of 6 to 4 In a fast and exciting game. Thin was the first defe.it the Presbyteilans had suffered thi* year. flrore: K It M Methodists . . | 1 1 I 0 1 M 0- Ii < I Prea. 0? 003010 0?4 !? b Batteries: Minter'and Post; M'-lu tyre and Mayo. Calvary Wins Eaally. Calvary Baptist showed their home folks how they can bit and with hard? ly an exertion, placed the game "ii the profit side by a ?coro of 19 to 4. 30th Street . 0 0 0 2 00 0 2 0-, 41 9 9 Calvary ... ? 2 3 2 * 3 3 0 x?19 11 ? Batteries: Wood and Clement; Stowr and Thompson. St. Paul Outclassed. St. Paul was again outclassed' m the game yesterday with the Grace Methodist The MethodislB have im prpvod their team wonderfully In 'he past few weeks and now has a well balanced nine. frjeore by innings: Grace Methodist . 13 9 16 1 5?3a St. Paul. 0 0 2 3 00? a Batteiles: Irving and MeCray; Kel ler, Larromore, Linkous und Forbis. Twenty-fourth Street st by the 'score of 2 Well Played Game. The game of the day yesterday went to th* Church of Christ to 1. Trinity oiithatted their oppo? nents, but were unfortunate with their errors, each of which was responsi? ble for a run. Cornell ootpitcheu Clarke Score: K H r; 24th Street . . 0 (1 0 1 0 up 1 0?2 4 I Trinity.0 ? I : i on0 0?1 6 2 Batteries: Clark and Wiggins; cor? bel! and Thotnss. N J VIRGINIA LEAGUE Result* Yesterday. Lynchburg, 1; Danville, 2, (first gimoi Lynchburg, 0; Danville, 1, (second game). Norfolk. 4; Portsmouth, 0. Richmond. ?; Roanoke, 7. Standing of Clubs. Chibs Wo? Leist IVf Danville ... ..26 17 M Rosnokc ... 4. .. 22 17 ?64 Richmond ? .. v.. .. 21 21 .blHI Portsmouth ..' ... 21 21 NorfoRt . ... 18 23 .43! Lynchburg 17 2? .39. Where T,hey Play Today. Rirhmond at Roanoke. Lynchburg at Danville. Portsmouth at Norfolk. m ^ a* Praise for Secretary Meyer. Secretary of the Navy Meyer, for? merly Postmaster General, is the fath? er of the postal savings bank bill, like? wise Its savior. It may not be gener? ally known hut this Maasaohusctl? member of the'eabinct was responsi? ble for the plank In the party plat? form which promised the postal sav? ings bank. A thorough believer In the postal bank as an Institution for the public welfare, he also saw its politi? cal possibility In meeting the distnist of the West concerning national hanks which was being capitalised by the deposit guarantee -.cheme of Rry jsrn When there was danger at CMss go nhst this plank would be nmrtted from the Republican pisiform It wss the then Postmaster General in Washington who hastened to the Pre* Ident and to the man who was to be Tfie party nomin<>e for the Presidency, and. securing their Indorsement, trans? mitted to the doubtful committe of the convention a meysace that admitted bat one response, snd tbst the sdop tlon of this pmnk Ry thst nctton as wnll aa by the dllllgest work of Con Weeks, aa the head of the If fee on postofllees and post load* Massachusetts has foil claim to the honor of ratsblisking this ageoev of thrift snd popular ananc* ? Boston Cook W .U Oas <f? w Artillerymen Unable to Hit Benders and Lose, 2 to 1. ? i. ?. i i ? MUCH WANGLING IN GAMt Umpire Giacchetti increase His Pop? ularity With Players and Fans by Another Burlesque on Umpiring? Monroe Stars. The Daily Press, llinnpt 'ii Buroa:, JnjM 18. The Hampton Crabbers tot.k the Fort Monroe artlll'i ymi-n into OMN on Now Park diamond" this afternoon In listlessly pttyed game, the score being 2 to 1. While the snialinex. MpJ i li.sene-,^ of Mie su re would in dlcate that the contest was a hoth fought one, such was not the case. Neither of the teams displayed ?n> linger and en several occasions dumb base-1tinning kept both teams from adding to the score. The absolutely unsatisfactory um? piring of Krank J. Oiaccbettl Mir!) percipltuted ? fight on two occasions and at one time the fans started to run on the diamond. U.acchc'ti s work proved unsatisfactory to both teams and his decisions on several occuionr on keea runners brought foith protest J while his calling of ball? and strikes ! caused protests from both plt.-hers. I In fairness to Giacchetti It should be stated that he had to umpire the gMst alone as OTtouke i.iil<d to put in an appearance. Tony Monroe Stars. Tony 'Monroe was tin. pirtlciilai star for the Artillerymen, making two sensational catches, one of which h' had to climb on the side of the MMN to gSt Cooke's pitching was good BB to the sixth inning, Hampton failln*; to get a hit off him up to that time The Artillervmcn got their lone run In the third. MMddox bunted anc Jackson heaved wild, Maddox go "' to second. Hemmlngwtay also bun'eu and MHddox scored wben the hall wa:. again thrown away. In tho tlrst Inning Buchanan cut Hemmlngway off at the pl"te by a great throw from center. Kent also was thrown out at the plate In thl: inning by 1a>wIs. Ilimpton scored Its runs on Lewis doirble, a base on balls lo Land, jack sou's single and Burbunk's sacritk-e ny. Brittlngham was twice injured in the grime, but gamely finished tbe game. JVickson knocked Dorrish out with a pit. hod ball in the sixth and doctors had to work on him. He fainted at first base, but revived Inter ami continued to piay. The score: Ilimpton AH R HPUAl Btich>anan. rf.3 0 1 1 1 ti Joy lies. 3b. 4 0 0 2 0 0 Lewis, lb. 4 1 1 7 1 0 Land, 2b. 3 1 0 1 1 n Jackson, p. 3 ? I 1 3 1 Burbank, rf. If. ... 3 I 1 0 1 1 Diestil. ss. 4 ? 1 I 1 o Weymouth. |f. 1 U 0 o u t? Curtis, rf. 3 ? 1 1 u v Brittlngham. c. ... 3 0 0 14 2 " Totals . 32 2 7 27 10 2 Fort Monroe ajj r h |*o a k Msddox, 2b. 4 1 0 4 2 1 Hemmlngway. .lb .3 v 2 n .". n Kent, cf. 4ftloot> Dugla*. rf.. p. 4 0 2 0 1 0 Monroe, If. 3 0 0 2 ? t> Reddy, lb. 4 0 ? W o 0 Derrish. ss. 2 0 0 I 2 1 Wir.stesd. c. 2 0 0 7 1 1 Cooke, p. 3 0 A ? 2 ? Toasts. 29 1 S 24 14 3 Score bv innings: Hampton . o o o o o 2 ??i?: Port Monroe .. .. eeioeoono?i Summst y: Two base h.ts?Jackson I<e?is. Hemmlngway Sacrifice hits? Hemmlngway. Maddox Sncrin-e f|\ ? Rurhank Stolen bases -Hurhvrin Jarkj.cn. Brittingham, 2. Hemmirr way. Maddox Double play?Jackson lo Lewis to Joynes Struck out?Hy Jackson, ].V by Cnoke. 4: by Ihntia* 2 Bsse on bMI*?CHT Jackson. I: off Cooke. 4 MM by pitched hall? Derrish. Monroe Passed halt WlB stend T.me of game 2 2S. t'i ?Glaerbetti Attendance??o? SOUTHERN LEAGUE At Cn^ttastocga?A'laata. 4. Cant tacnoga, f, A4 Memphis? Nsaavrtle. a. Mem ?als. ? At Mobtle? Rirm.fucbsm. 1. Mobile At New <wWas--MontAnss?ry, 1 New Orleans, 10 A O*1 w4nMaH* Ui 4>*J T**i Press a knsfe. gss. tin ras. rssty | nail, fireworks, or of nay other nature promp? treatment srRs j Buck ten's Arnim Rai re to ncever. or gangrene tti feel )RLD m ^ey?#?>e^e?>e'we<??^,e?eT?ew<^w*ae?^ NATIONAL LEAGUE Results Yesterday. Boston. 2; St. Louis, 7, (first game). Boston, 2; St. Louis, 8, (second same). Philadelphia, 1, Cuicinstl, 7. Brooklyn, 0; Chicago, 0, called tad second, pain. Near York-Plttsburg, tan. Standing of the Clubs. Clubs 'Aon. Lost. l'ct. I Chicago.31 1? 4M , New York .2? 20 .&?3 I Cincinnati .25 22 JM Plttsburg .2.1 22 .Uli [St. (Louis .24 26 ISO Brooklyn. 22 27 .44* Philadelphia.M 26 .43a Boston.18 33 Mi Where They Play Today. No games scheduled. Where They Plsy Monday. New York at Brooklyn. Itttshurg at St. Louis. Cincinnati .it Chicago. Boston 8t Plill uleit hia. Cardinals Cop Two. BOSTON, MASS, June 18? St. 1/jtils won two uninteresting g him .-, from Boston today, the first by a score of 7 to 2, and I he second 8 to 2. [Curtis, for the home team, WAS batted herd In the first game, while Willis was very ofTectlve. In the second game St. Louis bunco. >-d hits in the first two innings and won easily. ? First ginie; Score: KHK |St. Louis ... 0 1 1 1110 0 3 1?7 10 I Boston .. .. 000ihio2o0?2 7 4 Batteries: Willis and Phelps; Cur? tis, Mattem and Craliam. Umpires, I O'Day and Brennan. Second t?Hne: Score: R MM St. Louis ... 3 3 0000 200?8 8 4 BoHtou .. . ? 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0?2 8 I Batteries: Sallee ,md Bresnahan; Frock, Bii'ke and (irsham and Ran? dan. Time, 1:14. Umpires, O Day and Brennan. Rede Hit Hard. PIIIhADELPUIA. PA. June ML? Today's gwmr nere was stopped Sji s thunderstorm in the ninth Matt)3 with Cincinnati ahead, 7 to 1. ''ii. 'in nafl knocked 'Moore and McQuillan off the rubber in the s< cond inn nr, whiie Philadelphia ro'ild do nothing wan Suggs' delivery. Score: kmc. Cincinnati _ 1 50000 1 0?7 11 4 Philadelphia .. 0 00 0 00 0 1?1 2 1 Batteries: Suggs and McLean; Moore, Jacklitsch, Skettler and Doo;n. AMERICAN LEAGUE Results Yesterday. Detroit, li. IVo-ton, 2. Cleveland. |; New York, ?. St Louis. 9: Washington, 0. Chicago, 7; Plnladclphis, 1. Standing of the Clubs. Clubs Won Lost Pet Philadelphia.31 16 ,M>? New York. 36 16 6a2 Detroit. 34 20 .b3u Boston. 23 23 -021 Cleveland.13 23 .403 Washington. 22 29 .43* Chicago. 18 27 .4*3) St. oLuls.11 36 Where They Pt?y Today. Boston st Detroit. Philadelphia at Chicago Washington at St. Louis e ? Where Th*y Pisy Monday. No games scheduled. Cobb Figures in Tripls Play. DETROIT, MICH , June IS?Cobb * grett running, which paved the war for s triple pla% in the fourth inning, featuted today's \ictory of the l>-tr?ii Americans over Boston. With Gatd ner on first and Stab! on ?e<ori i Lewis drove the hall on a line tnwird the ccrner of the right ield bleuen ers. Cobb. after s hard nn, pviied down the ball hv s frantic s-.h snd threw to Delehxnty who rsugkt botn Rtahl and (JerdnT on the im- I* trait bunched hit* m the firth, when two single*, an error. Cobb i tripi", I and Deletenty * boese run re*nlt?d in 'five runs Scars: R H | losrna .. .. i?i?IM??l-2 ? i Detroit.tnsesneex?? 9 i Ratterte* Wood snd Carrtgan. Dnu?vsa ?nd Manage T.ase. i Umpires. 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