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8 THE WASHINGTON VI ASHI rlON lrlIE SUNDAY AUQDST 21 190i tOOLLTTC5T
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LATESTIIEVS LTTC5T NBX5 AND GOSSIP OF 01 TH rHE DA DTW IN N THE WOI WORLD LD OF O SPORTS 1
SOLONS DROP TWO TWOGAMES TOp TOGAES
GAMES TO DETROIT OETBOITScoml
p 1 1S
Scoml S conl Contest Furnished FurnishedPlenty FurnishedPlenty FurnishedPlenty
Plenty of Excitement ExcitementTIGERS ExcitcluelltTIGERS Excitcmeiitp
p TIGERS WON WO J IT ON O J A FLUKE FLUKESpectators
Spectators Did Hot Like Umpire Ump tc Kings KingsDecision
Decision and Chaaod Him Himto Himto
to Clubhouse ClubhU ClubhUYA
WaBfclagtoa YA IIRStondI1tPll dropped both Ut games of a adoubleheader Rdoubleneder
doubleheader to Detroit yesterday yeeter te 1 8 8Ing
ing the first 12 2 to 1 and the t jrefeoud on4 i ito
to 4 01That
That > second > game was W full oC excjt excjtIng exdtIng
Ing incident it took tee innings for fortlw
the Tigers to win and then they won wonon wonon i
on a fluke flukeThey lIuk J JThtY I
They apparently had the game cinch cinched cinchedbut < < d dbut 1 1but
but In the ninth msslon with 1th the score acor
4 to I against Washington Weahllllrt ll Senator SenatorIluelsman SenatorHupl8mlUa SenatorIiueinmwt
Iluelsman planted Ianted the ball over the left leftfield lelfipld
field fence against F Freedmanji manfI Hospital Hospitalfor H l
for a home run rU and tied th tp score cora rL It Itwas t tWas
was Va the th lonKe longest t hit made ade on oDtbe the grounds 5rouDdathls
this season seasonChased lea80nChased
Chased the Umpire UmpireIn
In the tenth inning Innln Patten retired tho thefirst thofirst
first two Detroit batsmen In order but butCharlies butCharllft butlutriles
Charlies Hickman swatted watt wntted one to center centergood nter
good for two bases b H8 Lowe bumped one oneIn
In front of the plate and Klttredge Klttr took tookplPnty
plenty of time tlm in throwing to first to
head IIp < ul him oft lie sltould have caught caughthim caughthim caughthim
him by several yarwj but Kits throw throwhit throwhit
hit Lowe on the shorJder and bounded
out in right field anl an Hlckman scored
Then fhJ th there re arue aro a dltcusston the Sena
t tors rs claiming clalmln that Lowe Low purposely
spread Jrend himself so as to make the
bull hit him Umpire King could outd not tOl tOlN
ser SE N It that way however and motioned
tho kickers to 0 the tall and uncut
In their half the Senator were ere unable
t to < score and lost the game pm Thereupon
the t 11 wraUiy Ta ly fans poured upon the field Heldand fieldnrl
and nrl made the Indicator handler hot hotfoat foot
It to the clubhouse No violence was wasusod wulIsld
usod however but the cuss words
hurled at him would have offended and
frightened even the original wild man manruin
from ruin Texas TexasLoo
Loose Loo e work by the Senators was 18 re responsible re51onmble ¬
sponsible for their second defeat 11111
M MCOmiCk 1 < Cormlck and Kittredge gave gay the liteT he
Ters T = ers three of their five runs Bill Billrke
Clarke iarke rke too offended although lough his hI nonie nmne
is H not promiscuous In the error column columnHill tOIumnniU
Hill Thu moved around like he had weights lit
his h1 shoes bDell and mssod several 8IW < ral throws throwswhich tbro tbrowhlclthe tbrowawhich
whlclthe which he should JIbo Jd at least have stopped 8t
Cassldy and Huebunan were toe only onl
Senators who played py a good fielding 1dlnc
game gam and McCormick was the only one
tn 1 bag ba over one hit Barry sneaked in Intwo
two blngles and one of them sent two tworUM
runs across the pan an anFor
For Detroit Cougnnn and Crawford CNwlOtdtL
easily tL l1y played beet both accepting sev sevcri ev evra
era ra hard chances without a mlscu mlscuTigers mlNueTigers mcue
Tigers Scored First FirstDetroit FirstIk
Detroit Ik > trolt scored first Crawford openedthe opened openedthe openedthe
the second inning Innln < < by walking alklne but was wasforced WIUItretd wa waforced
forced at second ond McCormick to Cas Cassidy Cassidy
sidy on Hlckmans hit to second Lowe Loweand Lowen Loweand
and n nd Seville singled ft5Ied Hlckman scoring scoringOLeary 1IICOIHcOLMI7
OLeary dropped drop a safe Ie one m In left and andLowe aDdLowe
Lowe tallied Seville and OLeary OLearyWorkfd
worked a double steal Seville going oIlII to tothird tothird
third mil lent the ball and BevlUe BevlUecime nevlUeamp
came < amp home with the third run of the theinning theInnln5
inning inningIn
In the fourth Washington evened up
thing ONeill doubled and scored on onHills on1I1r onliilrs
Hills 1I1r s single ncle Cassidy singled Hill HillKMig Hlllg
KMig g g to second Each advanced a abise ahu
base hu on a passed ball and both tallied talliedn talliedIIn
IIn n McCormick hard single to left leftSingles lettBingiftl
Singles by Kitson and Mcintyre Me In tyre and an anciror anhrr
ciror by McCormick enabled enlibl the twirier twiriert
t tu get home homeHuelsraans homeHuebmanlI homeIiuelsrnan
Huelsraans home run tied tip the game gamein pmeIn gam
in the ninth and Klttredges Xlttredlre throw throwwhich throwhleh
which hleh hit Low LoweLa1Io1n allowing ftickman to toscore tosCIre ft
score gave the TJaws the tileSecond game gameSecond
Second Game GameWASHTON GameW
WASHTON W ASHTON AB R RIiI H iL O A E EONeill EOXII1
ONeill cf 81 I l I 1 1Hili I
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31111 Zb 4 t 1 1 1 1 J 3aMidy 1 1aMsldy L
OuHsldy aMsldy ss 4 4Huelsman 1 1 I 4 0 0Huel8man I IHuelsman
Huelsman If 4 4McCormlck 1 1 4 9 9lcCormlck I IMcCormick
McCormick 2fa b 4 4Donovan S 1 I IDonovn 1 1lJonovan
Donovan rf I IClarke I 1 I IClarke O I Ilurke
Clarke lurke Ib 4 4g 4Klttredce I 14 0 I IKittredge
Klttredce g c 4 4Patten t 4 1 1Pattenp 1 1Patten
Patten Pattenp p 4 J JTotal I II 1 1 2 t tTlt I
Total TotalDETROIT Tlt TttaIi 4 11 I IDETROIT I
DETROIT AB R XL Ii i O A K B BDarrtt I
Barrett ef 4 t i 1 1 1Mclntrre 1Mcintyre
Mcintyre If IfCnughlln I I 1 4 4 4Coughin t
Cnughlln CnughllnCrawford lb i e 1 2 i iCrawtord
Crawford rf 4 i iHfrkman 1 S SIIfckman 0 I p
Hfrkman Ib I IIx 2 11 I t Ip I ILwTh p
IJw LwTh Ix > w 2b b I SBevilJe 1 1 I IIklIle 0 I I
BevilJe C S SOLcary 1 1 4 4OLtary I IOLcaryea
OLcary OLcaryea ss 4 4Kitson < 1 I I I
Kitson K1tonp p 4 4Totals 1 1 0 1 1Totaw
Totals TotalsWashington Totalesa i gsioia 1 0 0Washington aWawhiagton
Washington 9S00091 o I 09 0 1 tf I
Detroit 010 0 O2OftGi2IOi I ia 1 J l lTwobase 16 16Twobase I
Twobase hits hlt biteONeill ONeill Oe l 2 Donovan
Hickman Home run runUlaman Uueisinan First t
base on balls ballOft Off Patten 4 ott Kitson
1 First bam ba e on errors errozw1 errornDetrolt Detroit > trGlt 1 Left Lefton Lefton Let Leton
on bases ba baseeDetrolt Detroit Washington WS1 HgWft S I
Stolen bases bueaBevtlle Seville and Ad OLeary Struck StruckoutBy 1truc knackoutBy k koutBy
outBy Kitson 4 by Fatten Pat 4 DouWe DouWepiays DouWepi C CpuyeCrawford
piays pi puyeCrawford Y8Crawt0r4 Crawford to Hickman Patten to ti J
Clarke Passed ball baUDeYIlie Seville Atten ¬
danctt3lOO dance 100 Umpires 1mplrCoanoUy Connolly and am I
King Time of gam gaml 1 hoar and M Mminutes 0 0mlnuttfS Sininutue
minutes minutesEarly mlnuttfSEarly ininutueEarly
Early Game GameSeven GameSeven GameSeven
Seven errors and a balloon ascension ascensionby a awcenal cerudon cerudonby C Cby
by Wolfe in the eighth eth inning Inn gave the thefirst thefirst th C Cfirst
first game to Detroit 12 1 to 1 The Thelocals Thelocal Tb C Clocale
locals local duplicated their feat ol o tta 0 0b the 4 tie r rbefore Fbefore
before b tore by gathering In seven lIven error errormoat i imost p pmeet
most of which were costly costlyWolfe eoIIUyolte costlyWolfe
Wolfe olte twirled excellent bad tJlUlfor for the Lb C
firm five Innings allowing only four hits hitsand httsand h1t h1tand
and striking out five men but the
Tigers solved his b th curves In the sixth sixthand alxthand sixthart
and eighth innings Inn and batted lted In a
doun d < > z Zfl n runs rull in these two sessions aoo
Kitson H o held the Statesmen at b safe Ie In Inwery JD1very Inevery
every session except px pt jib Jikt the fourth when
McCormick twobagger and Cussidys Cussidyssingle CaasidyaSingle
single gave them an earned run
Singles by Coughlln and Lowe errors
by Hill and d McCormick and Ad Drills DrUJ
threebagger gave ve Detroit thre three runs runsand runaand runsand
and th tM lead in UM sixth sixthNine sixthNine Ixth IxthNine
Nine Runs in in n Eigktli EigktliThe Jli Ightk IghtkThe kt1t kt1tThe
The Tigers added a nine more taflHfc t tthe tsIl tsIlthe la lathe
the eighth and cinched th the tb8ouhlln gsnw gsnwCoughlln ase aseCoughlln
Coughlln ouhlln led olC o and 901 et t a lite osv Hills Hillserror 1iIII 1iIIIlrror s serror
error Crawford b bent at mi uL an n InfttU hit hitpnd kkp54 eft eftftnd
pnd Wolfe W ulrtt fail tad fftiL4d d to property propertyJIlckl1Uln I IHlckmans hsi hsiJilckmens
Hlckmans chance Coughlln scoring aeort
Drill wt wt nt out to Clarke unassisted unassistedand unaeetstedand
and Crawford and Hickman scored McoredOLearys MCOre4OLeurY5 en enOLearys
OLearys single 101 Klllian paraded oar oarfour 011tour onfour
four wide ones one and Barrett wan wt given givena
a life on McCormickn 1cCorznick fumble Mcln MclnPhono Xc MLnPhone la laPhono
Phono North 528 528Pure 528OLEe 5 5LD
LD PURSMA I ITh6
OLEe 11 Pure mellow and I delicious deliciousThe deliciousU
U The befit whisky fur tlther t1thersocl111 tltherBociui
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WM CAHHOH 1225t227 12252277i1i 7JIi St H V 1
Beldame Proves Worth WorthIn WorthIn
In the Saratoga Cup CupWins CupVins Cupins
Wins W ins Feature Prom a Good Field FieldWood FieldWoodsav Wood Woodsaw
saw Lands 10000 United States Hotei HoteiStakes HoteiStakesSt HotelStakesSt
Stakes StakesSt St Judes North American
SARATOGA N Y Aug ug 2OBeldam 2OBeldamleaaec1 Beldame Beldameleased
leased le leB leth ased by August Au Wt Belmont to Newton NewtonBennlngton N wton wtonBennington
Bennlngton B proved herself her elf the Ixst Ixstthreeyearold I btetreeyenrold t tthreeye
t threeyearold threeye th reeyenrold rokl filtj JlU of 0 the year by win winning sinng In Innln ¬
ning nln ni ng the Saratoga Cup at a mite ml And amithre Andthretoquart
thre thretoquart th reequart < iuart < rs r here today on A heavy heavytrack henytrack heavyack
t track tr ack from Africander The Picket PIckotCHUghnawaga Plck t tCMutrhnnatpl
CHUghnawaga C trC trSh iughnawagn and tnd Major MaJ < r DttinKerfiukl DttinKerfiuklShe DHh1KerUddShe
She Sh e won easily ily by b five lengths lengthsThe It < < Ut8 Ut8The
The United States Hotel Stakes for fortwoyearolds Cortwoyearolds foroyearolds
l twoyearolds tw valued at 10000 le was wa won wonby wonby wonSydney
1 by Sydney Pngets Plrpt colt Woodsaw Ioochra a can candidate CJtnIdate Candate ¬
didate di 1 date for the Futurity Futurit to be run nt ntShecpahead ntSheelhead
Shecpahead Sh eehend Bny ha next Saturday She Shebeat Shebeat Sheat
t beat be at Wild lM Mint another candidate for forthe Cori
t the th e same race by b three lengths lengthsSt hnttheI
St S < t Judes North AmericanThe American AmericanThe
The North American Steeplechase SteeplechaseStakes e eStake
Stakes Stake St akes was wa won by b St Jude JudeClaude JudeClaude TudeClaude
Claude Mike Dalys Daly severaltime Der Derby Dtrby Dery ¬
by b y winner wtnn r last year ear won on the last race raceof raceof racethe
of the lay IIR from Grey Friar Frl r but Phil Phillips Philps ¬
lips 1 pe said Jockey Tocke Dale hit Grey Friar on onthe onthe
J
the th e none 11 no with his whip whl antI the stew stewards JJtewardK ¬
ards a nis disqualified dl quaUfted Claude laude and gave th thrace thrace the thece
i race ra ce to Schorrs horse horseThe otlle otlleThe
The T he Summaries SummariesFirst SumnlresFtrtlt
First race raetFor For threeyearolds and ndup ndupard up upward ¬
ward w ard seven furlongs Castalian o IS to towon
i 1 won Klliott lUott 5 to 1 second Pro Proewds Prolo
I e ewds c ceds 2U to 1 third Time Tim 13915 1 129 2111 14 Ar Armenia Armn Arenla ¬
menia mn m cm enla Cnnajoharte Honolulu and At Atwood Atwoocl Atood
wood w ood also ran ranSecond ran5ecQnd
Second race raeThe The North American AmericanSteeplechase AmericanSteephchaH Americantepkchase I
Steeplechase S about two and a half halfmiles haIrmiles haililes
miles m iles St Jude 2 to 1 won Fox Hunt HuntTime Hunttr Huntr
tr e r 6 to 5 second Caber 1 5 to 1 third thirdTlmfOL thirdime
Time TlmfOL T ime 514 51 25 5 AdJIdaumo Dromedary Dromedaryand Drornedarand
and a nd Bonfire ioniire also al ran ranThird ran1alrd
Third race raceThe The Vnlted States Hotel HotelSlakes HotelStukel Hotetakes I
Slakes S takes five and onehalt furlongs furlongsWoodsaw furlongsWO furlongsoudsaw
1 Woodsaw W WO oudsaw d aw 3fc 3 to 1 won Wild Ud Mint Unt 7 to 1 1second 1ftfCOnd 1econd
second s Siglight IX to 1 third Time Timeen
i 109 l en Austin Alien Aile Sparkling Star StarJack StarTack Starack
Jack J ack Lory and a d Merry iMerr Lark La 1c also ran ranFourth rAilFourth ranFourth
Fourth race raceThe The Saratoga Cup for forthreeyearolds torthreeyearoIdIJ foiI
threeyearolds t and upward mile and andtyre Andtyre ant I
j tyre t yro singled nsled and OLeary and ICIllian ICIlliannicked ICUJIAnnicked t
KifliarI
nicked n the counting block Coughlins Coughlinsspeed CougIlUnItpeed Coughllaipeed I
speed s put hint on first on an infieki hit hitand hitand hilnd
and a nd h he and McIntyre scored on Hick Hickmans Hlckmana Hiekans
mans m > ans single Lowe foHowtu IoIlow suit ult It with witha I Ionetither
a onetimer but Drill ended the Inning Innn InnnJ Inalaly
by b J y flying to Huelsman HuelsmanNo HuelsmanNo HuelamanNo
No more scoring was done doneThe doneTAn donehe
The T he Score ScoreWASIINTN ScoreWASrrNTN ScoreWASHNTN
WASIINTN AB It IT O A E EONeill BNefli
C ONeill O Nefli cf a 0 2 2 2iIiSb t 1
I Hill H iIiSb 3b 4 I a 1 t 3 3Cassidy
C Cassidy C ss 4 1 1 1 0 2 0 0Huelsman 0I I Iuelsmn I
1 Huelsman il ilM uelsmn If 4 I a 1 i 0 tMcCormle A ADonovan I Iccormick
McCormle M l ccormick lb b 4 1 0 2 2Donovan 2onovanrf
Donovan D onovanrf rf 2 2Clarke I 1 1Clarkf 0 I
Clarke C larke lb 4 4Kittredge a 1 i 1 1Kittredge I II I
Kittredge K lttredgec c cWolfe 3 a a II It ItWolfe I Iolfep I
Wolfe W olfep p 3 3Totals a a 4 2 1 1Totala I ITotem
Totals al 1 1DETROIT 1 i 9 7 7DETROIT
DETROIT AB R RlIt it O A t E isarrettcf
Barrett B arrettcf cf I 1 1 2 0 l lLowe I Ierntyre
Xclhtyre erntyre If I 1 I Ie IeCoulhiln Z 0 i 1 1oighiinZb
CottghUn C CC oighiinZb lib > b I a I e 4 A ACrawtord t tiawtord
Crawford C iawtord rf S 2 2 Q 1 1Jk1tmao I IIcunn
i Hiqkman H Jk1tmao lb 4 1 1 It 1 1 1owe2b 1 1Lowe
Lowe L owe2b tb S 2 4 1 3 3Drill I IDrtU I It
Drill D t t1Ic e i 1 I IOIeary I ILerysm
OLeary O OJC Lerysm as asKltlian I 1 1KIllian 3 I I Iillianp
Kltlian JC illianp p 4 4Robfmran 1 I 1 1 8 8RobImIon I IobkisonIh
Robfmran fl obkisonIh Sb 0 i iTotals i 1 1Totals A ATotala
Totals Totalsetroit 4 1 1 1Detroit 7 13 0 0Detroit
Detroit etroit 00000S09 oaeaszosoi 0 I 0 tI 12 12Washington
Washington W ashlngtonOaelGOeaO ashlngtonOaelGOeaOTwobase 0 to 010000 1 0 01 01Twobase t 1 1Twobase
Twobase hits hf hitsOLeary OLeary Lear 2 Three Threebase Th Thba Threesse
base ba b sse e hits blt hitsDrill Drill Cassidy eassld First base bus on onballs oraball o I IalIsO
balls ball b alIsO Off Wolfe 1 off Kllliait 2 Firyt Firytbase Flrg t tone
base b one on errors erroMlWashtntrton Washington 1 Detroit DetroItLeft
5 Left on bases basesWashington Washington < De Devan Dcroit
troll t roit I Sacrifice hftsHlckllMln Dono DonoStolen
van v Stolen basts besUlLowe Lowe Coughlin Coughlintruck
Struck S out outB outBy By Wolfe oIfe 7 by Ktllian ICmlanDouble I Iouble
Double D Dm ouble plays plaOLEar OLeary to Lowe to Hick HickMcintyre Hickman Hickan
man m an Wolfe olf to Hill Hit b by pitcher pitchercintyre ttch r rMeJntyre
Mcintyre MeJntyre M Attendance Attlndance3fM 3509 Impires ImpiresConnolly UmpirsConnolly
Connolly C and King Time of game gamehour glune1 glune1hour gasteour i
hour h our and 50 minutes minutesWHITE mlnut mlnutWHITE mInutesWHITE
WHITE SOX CAPTURE CAPTUREGAME CAPTUREGAME CAPTUREGAME
GAME FROM INVADERS INVADERSNEW I
II
NEW YORK Aug 20 2OIn In a fast and anderrorless an I
errorless game Chicago defeated New NewYork Ne NeYork e eYork F
York at American League Park by b H Hscore
score s core of 4 to 2 The batting of the vis visitors vittors 111 1111onI ¬
itors I tors was a shade better than that of ofthe orthe o olocals
the locals Holmes Holm carried n1ed oft the bat batdug blltdaK batbIg
t dug honors and the fielding of Btber Btberfeld Blberlead Ifibereid
lead f eid and Davis De vIII was excellent excellentThe exCtl1entThe excellentThe
The score scoreCHICAGO scoreCHI
CHICAGO CHICAGOHolmes CHI CAGO R II O A E EIloIm
Holmes IloIm I rf rfJones 1 I a i aouesct 0
Jones J Ion ouesct cf cfCallahan 1 a 3 s a aCallahan Ij
Callahan If IfDavis 1 1 1 1DaYla a aDvisu
Davis Dvisu ss ssTannohlll 1 1 1 4 4TannohlU 4TannohfllIb
Tannohlll TannohlllIsltell TannohfllIb lb a a 1 1I a astaelllb
Isltell I staelllb II Ib IbDundon a 1 IS ISi 2 I 2Dundos ct ctDundoa
Dundon 2b 2bSullivan i 2 4 4t 1 18ulUvan ISullivan
Sullivan c cOwen t 1 1Total 1Owen a aOwenp
Owen Owenp p I 1 I 24 4 4TotaJ a aTotal
Total TotalNEW 1 2 17 j jNEW
Pa Paronx
NEW YORK YORKDougherty It H O A E 1
Dougherty Doughertr If IfKe 1 2 I IK jo
Ke K lteeler ler rf rfWilliams r a 1 3 a aWilliams 0 0WlI11ams4
Williams WlI11ams4 24 24GansH lb > a 1 2 4 0 >
GansH 0an Gsnstlib 1 fb fbKlberfcM Ib I 8 7 a aElberfeid 8 8Elbertel4
KlberfcM ss ssFultx a I 2
Fultx Jo ultx cf cfCoiiroy a I 1 1 1Conroy 0 0Conroy
Conroy 3b 3bKteinow 21 1 2 I a 0JClelnow 0
Kteinow c cOrth 2 6 2 0Orth 0
Orth Orthp p pTotal 1 1 tI tITotal 4 0 a
Total 2 2Chicago g 27 i 11 11Ct UChicago 9
Chicago Ct caso 2 2a0Oe1 t 0 0 a i i 100 100NewYork010010000 01 01New i iNew f
New NewYork010010000 NewYork010010000Left York 1 1001 0 0 1 l t tIeft 2 2Left
Left on bases basesNew New York 7 Chicago ChicagoSL 0 0Oh
SL i First on baits ballOi Otf Orth Orth2 2 off Owen OW II II
threequarters t Beldame S to E won wonAfricander sottfricander
Africander A 3 i to 1 iccond The Picket Picketj Picketto
I 7 to 1 third Timir 303 CaughiiR CaughiiRwaga CauglmawaKa CaugluntWags
Wags and Major Daingcriield also ran ranFifth ranFifth ranFifth
Fifth race raclFor For twoyearolds twoeurol s six fair CMrIOHKS ftir10nKs fairongs
I IOHKS l ongs Agile A lIc 1 to 2 won Lochlnvar Lochinvarto
36 5 to 1 yccond Linda Le Lee < i S to 5 third thirdTime thirdTime thIrdTime
I Time 1 8 Only three starters startersSixth ItRrteaSSixth rtartersSixth
Sixth race raceHAnd raceHandicap Handicap lea I for all ages agesmile asesmile agesnile
mile x Grey Qre Friar even ven won Illyria
15 1 5 to 1 second Cmude 3 to S third thirdTime thirdTime thirdTime
Time 14145 141 45 Claude finished first but butwas butwas
was disqualified Only three starters startersTomorrows stRrtenrTomorrows
Tomorrows T omorrows Entries EntriesFJst
FJst FIjst laceSeven furlongs Norbury orbur
168 i Cottage Maid 1 10 Southampton 91 91Ishlana 91ahiana I II
Ishlana l 90 Andrew Mack lltck 108 1O Tot San Sltni
I 97 0 i Elsie L 1 ltd Foxy Kane 108 1 Court CourtMaid CourtIald CourtMaid
Maid Iald 99 Monte lont Carlo 10S Jake 108 l ilL Old OldKni OldEnland OldnIand
Kni Enland E nIand land 116 Sals Sum 116 Canajoharie 106 106Judge 106Judge
Judge J udge 99 Dick Bernard 1 104 < M 4 Lord LordBadge LordUad
Badge Uad e 120 Fustian 108 10 Pronto 106 106Wizard 108Izltrd 10 10Wizard
Wizard Izltrd 93 93Second H HSecond
Second race Steeplechase short shortTOUrse shorti shortOUrse
i TOUrse c Ur8 Black Death 156 Cock Robin
146 1 4 Royelle 140 Dilly Ray 142 H Dayle Dayleford DRyleteford
ford f ord 13 Libretto Llbr tto 130 130Third noI 3O
Third T lrd race raclSIx Six furlongs Councilman CouncilmanI1G
116 1 16 St Bellane 116 Cigar Lighter Llght r lit litMirthless 11J 11JMlrthleslI 112Mirthless
I Mirthless MW Dorothy Gray 103 Mls Mlstiss 1I8 1I8tlss
tiss t iss 102 Sufferance 19 Amberjack 8S 8SFourth 85I ISFourth
Fourth race raceThe The Amsterdam one onemile onemile onemile
I mile Norbury Norbur 101 De D Reszke 104 Car Carbuncle CarI Carbuncle ¬
I I buncle 101 Virgin rlrbln Soil Conkllnr 10 10Bobadll 100 100Bobadll 1003obadil
I Bobadll l 9J 9 Grcencrest 9S Gay Ga Boy 10K 10KDivination 106j
Divination 102 Old England Enrl nd SJ 3 Un Unmasked Unmasked ¬
masked 101 Easy Eas Street 104 Andy And Wit Williams Vll Vll1I1imll ¬
lama l 107 1i Elliott 106 106Fifth 10KFifth
j
Fifth race raceFive Five and onehalf furlongs furlongsSt
St Aubvn 110 Roundelay Rouml IR 110 Gold GoldFleucr GoltlFleuer
Fleuer 107 l Vi The Doctor 107 Oxford 110 110Agent 110Agent
Agent 110 Earldom 110 Palm Tree
110 1 10 Dazzle 110 Dark E h 110 Linda LindaLee LlndRLee LindaLee
Lee 107 10 Sandalwood 110 Raiment lOT 107Princef lOTPrlneec 101Princers
Princef Eris 107 Sachem 101 107Sixth 101Sixth
Sixth race raceOne One and onequarter oneq Rrter miles milesGarnish milesGarnhlh milesGarnish
Garnish 96 9 Brlarthorpe 100 Bar Lc LeDue LcDuc LcDuc
Duc 101 Hymettus 102 1 10 Agnes D 1W 1WIrrasclble 11 11IrrRsc1ble > >
Irrasclble 100 The Messenger 108 Ga Gavlota Gavlota GavioLa
vlota 108 Lord Melbourne 93 1 Bobadil Bobadll19J
19J 91 Conkling 100 Palm Reader R liHler 98 9 i Tan Tantalus Tantalus Tantalus ¬
talus Cup 11 1141 Lady Lad Potentate 101
2 Struck oit oltB oitBy By Orth 5 Threebase Threebasehits ThreebtaehltsHolm ThreeheathitsHolmes
hits hltsHolm Holmes 2 Twobas hits hl hltsConroy Conroy Conro ConroKlelnow
Klelnow Sullivan Sacrifice hits hlt hitsKeel hitsKeeler Keel Keeler eel eeleoI
er eoI Holmes TannehMl l 1undon > ndon Double Doubleplay DoublepIBDtw1 DoubhplayDavis
play pIBDtw1 Davis Dundon and Isbell Hit Hitb HI HIby
by b pitcher pltcherD By Owen Ow n 1 Wild lId pitch pitchOrth pltehOrth pitchOrth
Orth Umpire UmplreDwer Dwyer Time of game gameI
1 hour and 5 minutes Attendance 1542LUCK ISUSLUCK 1542 1S4iLUCK
LUCK BREAKS RIGHT RIGHTFOR RIGHTFOR RIGHTFOR
FOR THE ATHLETICS ATHLETICSPHILADELPHIA ATHLETICSPHILADELPHIA I IPHILADELPHIA
PHILADELPHIA Aug 20 Luck Luckbroke Luckbroke t tbroke
broke right for the Athletics today toda and andthey andthey ant I Ithey
they obtained revenge for Fridays de defeat deteat dofeat ¬
feat shutting out Cleveland by b a score scoreof seoreot sconof
of 2 to t > 0 Both Henley Henle and Bernhard Bernhardpitched Dernhardpitched I Ipitched
pitched good ball but an error and andbase i L Ltffie
base bll e on balls helped the Athletics to towin towin tt ttwin
win winThe 1
The score scoreCLEVELAND IeOreCLEVErAND scoreCLEVELAND
CLEVELAND R H O A E L
Bay Baycf cf a 1 s a a
Lush Lushlf If 0 0 0 e 0
Fll Flick k rf 1 1 a a
Lsjole LajoIeb 2b b 0 5 3 I 2 0
Bradley 3b 0 1 1 4 I
Carr Carrlb Ib 0 0 12 0 0
Turner Turneras ss 0 0 0 < 4 1
Buelow Bueiowc c 1 z 0 a
Bemls c cBernhard 1 1 1
Bernhard p a i iTotals a a i e eTotals eTotals
Totals j t M t is isATHLETICS ii iiATHLETICS 2
ATHLETICS R H O A B
I Hartzel If I 1 1 0 a
Pickering cf cfDavl I a 1 t tI a
I I Davis lb IbL 0 0 12 2 0
L 1 Cross Cro s lb 3biSeybold 0 2 0 6 e
Stybold rf 0 1 1 i f 0 0
Murphy furJh 2b b I 1 a aM 3 i 0
I PI M MCrse Cross ss 0 i iShreckengoet 0 2 2 0
Shreckengoet Shreckeng t c 2 1 i 5 e 0
Henley Henle p 0 1 1Totals 1 4 e eTota 0Totai
Totals Tota l 2 2Cleveland 7 27 i 14 fI fIClveland 0Cleveland
Cleveland 0 0 0 0 0 ae
Athletics 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 x xTwobAse xTwobase 2 2Twobase
Twobase hits hUsMurph Murphy Lajole 2 L
Cross Flick 1 lIck Sacrifice hits iitsPlckerlzt Plckerlnir
Seybold Se bold Struck out outBy By Bernhard J
by Henley 4 1 Left on ba balWtlCleveland balWtlClevelandI es Cleveland
I 1 9 Philadelphia 7 First hose on balls bitll bitllI
Cleveland Clt > veland 2 Philadelphia 3 First base baseon baseon baseerrorsPhiladelphia
I I on errors errorsPhlladelphIR Philadelphia 1 Time of game
1 hour and 30 minutes Umpire CmplreSherl CmplreSherli Sheri ¬
dan Attendance AttendancelBi AttendancelBiRAGE Attendttnce1S412AE 18472 18472HELD
i
RAGE AE TRACK TIPSTERS TIPSTERSHELD
HELD FOR GRAND JURY JURYMichael JURYXrIichael JURYMichael
Michael J Shannon Alias Thomas ThomasBreed ThomasBreed ThomasBreed
Breed Dan Smiths Partner in inTrouble inTrouble inTrouble
Trouble in Saratoga SaratogaSARATOGA SaratogaSARATOGA SaratogaSARATOGA
SARATOGA N Y Aug M MMlchael MMlchaelJ Michael MichaelJ
J J Shannon alias Thomas Breed llr d was washeld wa waheld waslick
held lick to appear before the Federal grand
jury Jur today tOOIl by b United States Com Commlit Coinmissionur mis
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Mlonur loner Davison DavisonShannon
i Shannon was arraigned on a charge chargeof chargeor
of using the United States mails mall for
fraudulent purposes The defendant is 18an isfl
an fl allevd alJe cl race track tipster and he helidvertlb headverticed
advertised lidvertlb d tips which he failed to de d
liver liverPo liverPostofllce
Postoflice Po tofIlce Inspector James Hays that
Shannon Shnnont In connection conn Uon with Dan
Smith nil has for months past been OI oper operating r rRtln
1 atlng Rtln tip scheme In New York Brook
lyn lyne Chicago New e Orleans Washlng V hlng
i ton St Louis and Saratoga
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Beer never exists for its of thar uniformly uniformlysuperb uniformlysuperb
superb body taste anJ age to please pleaseevery pi pleaseevery case casecvcry
I every taste best malt and hops and pure purewater purewater purewater
water combined with brewing methods methodsthat methodsthat methodsthat
that Ing experience pronounce perfect perfectare perfectare i
are used to make Maerzen Senate enate and andLager andI andLagcr
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I GUNTON AND SIXTH SIXTHPLAYED SIXTHPLAYED
PLAYED TIE GAME GAMEScore GAMEScore
Score Was G to 6 j at End of ofTenth offen o oTeiitli
Tenth fen t h liming limingSEAY luningSEAY limingEAY
SEAY S EAY BATTED OUT OF BOX BOXTubby BOXI BOXTubby
i iI
I Tubby Ballingcr Succeeded Him and andSurprised andSurprised
Surprised Spectators by De Delivering Delivering Dclivering ¬
I livering the Goods GoodsOutplayed Good3Outpl GoodsOutplayed
Outplayed Outpl cd at every cYer stage of the game gameand gameAnd gamend
and a nd outbatted the GuntonTemple Presbyterians PresbyterIans Pres Prosyterlans ¬
byterians b put up a rank exhibition of ofball otbRII ofall
I ball b all on the th White Lt Ellipse against againstthe n1lnstthe againsthe
the t he team from their sister church the theSixth theSixth theixth
Sixth S ixth Presbyterian Pre l > > tprlan but aft after r all tholrrrntlc tholr tholrtrratic theirrratlc
trratic playing managed to luck out outwith outwith outwith
with a tie score C to 6 in ten innings inningsFrom InntoStFrom inningsFrom
From the th first t the Gunton team put putup putup putI
up U I a ragged na Jtod game while the Sixth play players players playre ¬
ers o re were right In the setto from the thestart theStart thetart
start s tart and kept k < pt the Guntons Gunto s on a hustle hustlefor iiuetleor Utctloe Utctloefor
sf
for f or runs runsGuntons rursGuntons runsGuntons
Guntons have a reputation as a ball ballplaying bta1I1lalng balllaying
playing p team while before this year eRr the theSixth theSixth theixth
Sixth S ixth was as never heard of in amateur amateurcircles amateurclrelcs amateurircles
circles c ircles of Washington and the fans fanswere fanswere fanswere
were more than surprised at the show showing RhowInG showug ¬
ing l ug the toam made madeSixth m madeSixth de deI
Sixth Overcame Lead LeadTh LeadTh LeadTb
I
Th Guntons started out In the lrst Jlratinning lrstInnIng lrstniiing
inning i to do damage but this had little littleeffect litlleclrect littleffect
effect e ffect on the Sixth team which by bysteady bysteady b bteady
steady s consistent con lstent ball playing crept creptup ereptup creptp
up u p on the exchampions and at several severalgtages sevordlstages severaltages
stages s of the game it looked as though thoughthe thou thoughhe h hthe
the t he unheardof boys boy wer were going to serve serveup sereup serveup
up a defeat to the Guntons GuntonsTo Gunton8To GuntonsTo
To lose this game meant the loss lo s of ofsecond otecond ofecond
second s econd place for Gunton GuntonConnors GuntonConnors GuntonConnors
Connors and Lynham played a 8 great greatgam greatgame greatgame
gam game for the Sixth and incidentally incidentallycovered Incidentallycovered IncIdentallyovered
covered c themselves with glory 101 Con Connors Connors Connors ¬
nors is a little fellow and covers much muchground muchground muchground
ground at n t short shortLynham shortLnham shortLynham
Lynham when he started out at the theUnit theIINtt theIZSt
Unit I part of the season was not consid considered con conaldered ld ldered ¬
ered iiuch of a firstsack man but as asthe asthe asthe
the season grows 110 older he h Improves ImprovesIn
In yesterdays game he made a three threebase threeba threehese
base ba e drive that has not been beaten on onthe onthe onthe
the White Lot this season s n placing it itfar I Itar Itfar
far over the crowd If It had not been beenfor beentor beenfoi
for the fact thar the leftilekler iva ivaplaying waplalng wal walplaying
playing deep it would ould have been good goodfor goodtor goodfor
for four sacks sacksAsquith sacksAsquith sacksAsquith I
Asquith Kept Busy BusyAsQuith 1JusyAlIClulth BusyAsquith
AsQuith was 8 also kept busy on third thirdbase thirdb thirdbase
base b for the Guntons accepting eleven elevenchances ole1nehances elevenchances
chances many man of which were harj hardones harjones harJones
ones onesS onesS oness
S Seay Sea started to do the twirling for forthe rorthe frthe
the exchamps but was soon batted out outof outof tiutof
of the box to be subplanted by Balllti Ballltiger Ba1lingel Baum Baumger
ger Nobody ever made the claim that thatTub thtitcould thatThb
Tub could plth but he proved that thathe thathe thathe
he knew a little JltU about the art as he heheld h8held heheld
held the Sixth down In commendable commendablestyle commend commendtblestyle ble ble8te
style 8te after he had gone into the box boxThe boxThe
The Score
GUNTON GUNTONAsquith it n l 11 O A S EAsqulth
Asquith lb SbPrice 1 1 1 9 9Price 0
Price Pricessc ss c cUalllnger 4 4 i 0 0Dalltncer 2 2liellinger
Ualllnger c p 0 3 I I 10 2 1 1Hardln 1liarding
Harding Hardln lb IbS 0 8 0 J JS
S Seay Sea p ss ssBoyle a 2 2 1 1Bole
Boyle tb tbH b 0 1 1 1 0 0H
H HSoylf Seay Sea If IfHarrle 9 0 1 1 1 1HHrrhl 1Harris
Harris cf cfLeot 0 0 1 0 0 0Ltlot 0Leotrf
Leot Leotrf rf rfTotals 1 1 0 e eTotals
Totals TotalsSIXTH 6 10 It 15 S SSIXTH
SIXTH SIXTHConnors R H O A A E ECOnDOill
Connors Connoresi M MRider 1 i 1 3 it itRider a aRlder2b
Rider Rlder2b 2b 2bLynham 1 0 0 1 i iLynham
Lynham Ib IbLe 0 1 1GUNTON 11 1 1le a
Le LeFoec Foe c cHerbert 1 0 u 1 1Herbert 0
Herbert Sb SbA It 3 1 2 1 1A 0
A Macdonald If IfGarner i i 1 1 1Carner 0 0Garner
Garner cf cfGorden 9 0 2 0 It ItGor
Gorden Gor Cordenp en p I 0 1 0 I 2 0 0D
D Macdonald rf rfTotals f 0 2 1 ti tiTotals 0 0Totals
Totals 6 9 9Gunton 311 1 1Gunton 0 0Gunton
Gunton 3 30102000006 0 1 0 0 0 0 I G GSixth
Sixth 1 10101000304 0 1 0 1 0 0 3 0 0First t tFirst
First base by errors errorsSixth Sixth 5 Gunton Guntont
t U Left on bases base basesSixth Sixth 9 Gunton 7 7First iFirst 1First
First base on balls ballsOr Oft S Seay 1 oti oftBallinger otiBallinger otiBallinger
Ballinger 1 off Gordon 2 Struck out outBy outBy outBy
By Rider 7 1 by b S Seay 6 by b Ballin Ballinser Ballinger BallInger
ger 4 Threebase Thr ba8e hit hltLnham Lynham Two Twobllse Twobase
Base base hits hitsDalllngcr Ballingcr 2 Leet Herbert Her rt A
Macdonald Sacrifice SucrJ ce hit hltLnhsm hi Lynham Stolen
bases blllut basosAsquith AaKjulth A qulth Price l > rlce S Dalllnger DalllngerHarding DalllnJerHArding Ballingerharding
Harding Boyle HoI Le Foe Herbert Gar Garner Garner Garncr ¬
ner A Macdonald lilt by pitcher pltcherB1 By
Gordon 2 Wild Ikl pitch 1ltchBulUnger Ballinger Urn Umpire UrnplreCoIlUlow UrnpireCollillower ¬
pire plreCoIlUlow Colllflowor > r Time of gamu gamcl 1 hour hourand hoursnd hourand
and 46 minutes minutesGOLF minutesGOLF minutesGOLF
GOLF MATCH GOES GOESTO GOESTO GOESTO
TO T M SHERMAN SHERMANDEAL SHERMANDEAL SHERMANDEAL
DEAL BEACH Aug roT > T M Sher Sherman Sherman Sliertuna ¬
man of Utica N Y had no difllculty difllcultytoday dttllcult dttllculttOtlay dillicuitytoday
today In winning lnnmG the th chief cup at the theDeal theDeal theDeal
Deal Golf Clubs Club annual tournament In Intho Inthe Inthe
the finals at 3 3i holes he hodereated defeated R C CJames CJamt CJames
James Jamt of Philadelphia 10 up and 9 to togo t tgoSh togo
go goSherman goSh Sherman rman was C up u at the cnd nd of th th11r1t thfirst
first round lie took too the first five holei holeiii holeII holeiiq
ii the afternoon but then lost two and andlater andlater andhater
later gained one oneCYCLE oneCYCLE oneCYCLE
CYCLE RACES POSTPONED POSTPONEDNEW POSTPONEDNE POSTPONEDNIW
NEW NE YORK Aug 30 JOThe The cycle races racesat racest racesat
at t Manliattan Innh ttan Beach scheduled for this thisafternoon thisaitternoon thIsafternoon
afternoon were postponed until next nextturda
Saturday turda owing to the rain rainSt rAinSt rainLouis
St Louis Nationals have closed deals
for nine minor league players The
Roblsons are always wide awake awakeSummer awakeSummer awake90slog
90slog 17OfJ7fS E ESllmmer
SummerFurnishings SummerFurnishings Summer SllmmerFurnishings
Furnishings FurnishingsAt
At Almost AlmostHalf AlmostHalf Almostr
Half HalfFor Halfr
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r r Ic3 m3 m3For Of Fa FaFor
For a few days daysmore daysiBore
more 15dollar Har Harness Harness Harness ¬ I
ness at ten tenS tenS
I 1 S 940944 BENSINGER La Ave r J r
Church League LeagueFourths Season SeasonWithin SeasonWithinWeek
Within WithinWeek Y1feek of Close CloseFourths CloseFourths
Fourths Assured of Pennant PennantSixth Sixth Presby Presbyterians Presbyterians Presbyterians ¬
terians Requested to Throw ThrowGame ThrowGameto Game Gameto Gameto
to Guntons
The last llt t week of one of the most suc successful succe succeseful
cessful ce tul Rn amutetir 1tLtlr baseball basab 1l seasons ever evern eversee
34011 see n by b the titus tfLn of Washington ashlngton is about aboutto aboutto aboutto
to close the schedule of the Sunday SundnySchool SundaySchool
School Athletic Association A8 ocIat1on With the theexception theexcclJtlon theeacelption
exception of one game that between the theGuntons theanntons theGuntons
Guntons and the Fourths which is to tobe tobe tobe
be played on the Mount Pleasant Pleasantgrounds Pleasantgrounds
grounds next Monday Ionda a week the sea seaon sean season
son on n clones on Saturday SaturdayJudging Saturda SaturdaJudging SaturdayJudging
Judging from the article of ball the theGuntons theGunton theGuntona
Guntons Gunton have been putting puttln up for the thelast thelR8t thelast
last few weeks this tlii game docs not have havemuch havemuch havemuch
much promise of being anything but A
walkaway walkltwa for the Fourths It Is not
to be compared in any way with the theother theother
other games these two teams have play ¬
ed en for the simple reason that the Gun
ton team instead of getting better as
the season approaches its end seemto seem to
be getting worse and the ragged games gllm
they th have put up for the past few weeks weeksare weeksare i
are a sample samplePrompt sRmplePrompt samplePrompt
Prompt Action Taken TakenFew TakenFew TakenFew
Few disturbances of any character characterhave characterhave characterhave
have come under the surveillance of the theofficials theotnclals theofflelals
officials so far this year ear and those that thathave thathave thathave
have come under helr direct observa observation observatlml observatioi ¬
tion have been of a minor nature and andhave andhave andhave
have been treated tr ted accordingly In one oneinstance omInstance oneinstance
instance a case came up on the Van Vane
Ness e s Mansion grounds a 8 few weeks weeksago weeksago weeksago
ago when one of the players In a mo ¬
ment of rashness rashnLS used some words un ¬
becoming bcfomln a member of the association a 8oclatlon
to one of its officials Prompt action
was WA taken and he was released from the
league leagueSeveral leagueSeverRl tongueSeveral
Several of the teams which started out
and made a poor showing have come to
the front and have made a name for
themselves that will go 0 down In the th
annals of the league One of these is
the Sixth Presbyterian ti t tuarn am which at
the start made such a poor 00 showing that
not for a moment was it considered
among the teams that would be In the
first column co couinn umn at the end of the season
but If they keep on playing the article
of ball that they the have been putting up
for the last few weeks they may be the
tailendcrs of the first column
It is a well known fact among amon the thepeople thepoople thepeople
people that have followed the Church
League and the happenings of this thS or organization 01 01ganlzatlon organlzatlon ¬
ganlzatlon for the past year etU that the theexchamaO
exchampions exchamaO C4 of last year e r bought the thecup theCup thecup
cup through work ork that was not wholly 111011 111011above
above board and when the league was wasHtartd wa walitarted wasstarttl
Htartd this thl year ear under the name of
the Sunday School Athletic Association
It was thought that the rules were so
Ironclad that this kind of work was Im Impossible Impo Imponslble ¬
possible possibleDetestable po ponslbleDetestable stbl stblDetestable
Detestable Proposition PropositionYesterday PropositionYMterda PropositionYeterta
Yesterday YMterda afternoon just before the thegamo thegamt thegame
game > which was to be played 1 > Iayed on the theWhite theWhite theWhite
White Lot between b tween the Guntona and the theSixth theSixth theSixth
Sixth Presbyterians the manager of the theSixth theSlxth theSixth
Sixth Presbyterian Presb tirlan team tCltmaS was was approach approached ¬
ed by b members mem rs of the Gunton Gunton team with withthe withthe withthe
the request reque t that the game would be bethrown bethron bethrown
thrown to them and said that they theywould the thewould theywould
would make it all right with the team teamand te teamand m maOO
and the manager if he succeeded in do
In lag this
This Is the first time this year that thatanything thatanthlng thatnything
anything a of the kind has been done and andit andIt andt
it i t should not be pased p fied up
The Sixth manager should be com commended commended cornmended ¬
mended in the way wa he acted in regard to tothe tothe tohe
the t he matter replying to the committee committeethat committeethat commItteehat
that t hat waited aited on him that if they got the thegame thegame theame
game g ame they would have to play for It or orwould orwould orwould
would get It by b forfeit forfeitSecond torteltSeiOnd forfeItSecond
Second place place for which there Is sucn sucna sucnA sucahard
a hard fight on between the Guntons and andihe andthe andhe
at the t he Foundry Foundr team is the cause of the theattempt thettempt
attempt a to bribe brlb the th Sixth manager manager for forwith forwith forith I
with w aw ith yesterdays game game there might be bea bea bechance
a chance for the Guntons to obtain this thismuchcoveted thismuchcoveted thismuchcoveted
muchcoveted place but with the Sixth SlxthGunton SixthGunton Sixthunton
Gunton G unton game in their lost column all allchances allchances allhances
chances c of getting the place for which whichall whichI
all a ll their endeavors are turned at the thepresent thepre thereuelnt
present pre p reuelnt nt time would be gone goneAnother goneAnother goneAnother
Another wellknown fact Is that the theFourths theFourths
Fourths will come out the leaders by a alarge aJarge aarge
large l arge margin and It is a sure tip that thatthe thathe
the he handsome cup which goes to the thewinning thewinning thewinning
winning team t m will grace the gynmaslum gynmaslumwhich gnmaslumwhich gynmaslumwhich
which the Fourth Church has been so sokind soind
kind k ind as to supply their young oung men with withThe withThe
The Foundry team which has been beenplaying btenplalnJ beenlaying
playing p steady consistent ball will willprobably willlrobably willrobably
probably p land second plat placThe placu placuThe
The success of the Foundry team lies
u
in the way wa they the have stuck at it They Theynot Theynot Theynot
not only onl have not a forfeited game but butat butat butat
at most every point of the season eon have
hud more players than they the could play playand pIa pIaand playand
and have ha e had b d to keep some on the
bench benchFoundry bonchFoundry benchFoundry
Foundry Treated Royally RoyallyAnother RoyallyAnother RoyallyAnother
Another thing that helps the Foundry FoundryChurch
Church In keeping the best of material materialis
is the way wa their boys are treated Socials Socialsand Socialsand Soclalsand
and strawrides are frequent occur occurrences occurrenees occurrences ¬
rences and it is considered a luxury luxul to
belong to the Foundry Foundr Church ball
team teamAmong teamAmong teamAmong
Among the teams that require r Qulre some somerecognition somerecognition somerecognition
recognition for work arc the Gurleys Gurleyswho Gurleyswho Gurlayswho
who have Ita ve made some of ofthe the best teams
hustle hustleTho hustleThe hustleThe
The Mount Vernon team although
down In the mouth and next last they the thestill
still show the patrons that they the have havesome hayesome havesome
some backbone During the first part partof partor partof
of the season when the manager of the th
team found out what a 8 poor exhibition exhibitionof exhibitionot
of ball his players put up he placed a a
I team of Ineligibles in the field so as to toaford toarord toafford
afford the spectators an exhibition As Assoon Assoon Ansoon
soon as his players became b CAme eligible the
team was broken br ken up by the Guntons Guntonswho Guntonswho Guntonswho
who succeeded In getting Price the best bestplayer best bestplacr besLplayer
player of the Mount Vornons VornonaCHURCH VornonsI VornonsLEAGUE
I m CHURCH LEAGUE NOTES NOTESOne I IOne j jm jOne
One of the most Interesting Interestln races In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the league is the one for the prize that thatis tha thaIs thatis
is offered for the outfielders Fillluc LJ LJin UIn LuIn
in the lead Several others are tied tiedwith tiedwith
with him In percentage but none htui hWJas httia
as a many fifties ahiee IJlo and nd chances to hL h hcredit his hiscredit j
credit
Hutchlnson Dutch Kinney and sev several several sevcmi ¬ i I
eral other best players of the league arc arcplaying arqplalng areplaying
playing at Woodstock Vood tock Va and the re report report report ¬
port is that the team composed of am amateur amateur amateur ¬
ateur players of Washington is beating
everything within a radius ra radius lus of twenty
five miles and having an easy time at
that thatSt thatSt thatSt
St Stephens are feeling the loss of oftheir ottheIr oftheir
their catcher Hayden more than a acasual acasual acasual
casual observer ob eryer can imagine He has hasbeen hasb hasbeen
been b en the mainstay malnsta of the team during duringthe duringthe duringthe
the whole hole season and without him the th
team has been putting up a weak exhi ¬
bition It may ma be interesting Intere tlng to the
fans to Know that in the first game Hay
den played with the minor league he hemade hemade hemade
made a twobase hit and won the game gameSince bmeSJnce gameSince
Since Hayden dropped out of the theleague theIt theleague
league It > aguehe he has loft a a clear field for Con Connors Connors Connors ¬
nors of the Sixth to get the stolen base baserecord bserecord e erecord
record and to this end the little abort shortatop abortJtop abortstop
atop < has bent all his energy energ Woe 08 to tothe tothe tothe
the scorer who does not give lve Dick a astolen astolen astolen
stolen base in the last few games his
team has to play playBallinger pIa pIaBaJIlnger playBallinger
Ballinger stub tlU leads the batters and nd it itlooks Itlooks
looks as though he had s a a grip on first firstplace firstplace firstplace
place that will be hard to break If he hegets hegets hegets
gets It 1tthe the Guntons wiU have a t least leastone leestone leastone
one prize coming to them themTwenty tlhemTwent themTwenty
Twenty Twent big g melons were ere gotten rid of ofby ofb ofby
by b the Foundry team the other night nightMany nightIan nightMany
Many Ian had bulging coats co whei wherreached thy thyreached thryreached
reached home and it is a a sure thing thingthat thI1agthat thingthat
that Vermillion had hadThere badThere hadThere
There Is some talk thai at the end of ofthe orthe 01 01the
the season there will be a large gather gthturing gatburIng gatherIng
ing of ball players of the league at some someone someone someone
one of the large halls in the town and aitdthe alIdthe andthe
the prizes will be given to the ones one en entitled entltlt ontitled ¬
titled tltlt > d to thorn after which lhloh a musical musicalprogram musicalproram musicalprogram
program will be gotten through with wltfeThen withThen withThen
Then last but not least will come re refreshments retreshments refreshments ¬
freshments freshmentsRAIN treshmentsRAIN freshmentsRAIN
RAIN STOPS MATCHES MATCHESIN
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NEWPORT R I Aug 20 2ORaln 2ORalncaused 20Raincaused Rain I Icaused
caused the postponement of the tennis tennismatches tennismatches tennismatches
matches at the Casino today till Mon Monday Monda Mond9 ¬
day da
dayW W V A Lamed and Beals C Wright Wrightwere Wrightwere Wrightwere
were starred for this morning
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