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Flies FliesSound FliosSound FibsSound
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blare of trumpets trump tL tin tI horns ot al 1 W Wwin Wanother Ve Vewin
win another Seven Se out of eleven ten tenBO int intBo > nt ntso
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Washington corralled a trio of count counters countfrs countrs ¬
ers rs in the premier inning of yesterday yesterdaycontest ye ya ter terMa terMaritest ys ysMltest
contest ritest with the St Loula oontingen oontingeniind oontlagenttnd oontlngeitthind
hind fate f tt decreed that the said trio wa wajust was wasJu wasJust
just Ju Just t enough to give it a victory v1etor Th Thlirnwrs The TheIrowns The1rcbwJts
lirnwrs struggled hard but Smith wa waon was wasiii as asIn
on In the job from Alpha to Omega and Is Isthe let letthe letth
the th McAleerites down with two runs runsI runflIi runsit
I Ii sime sm Jmf > firstclass sensationalist een atlonali t ha haJMn had hadJtn had1dn
JMn awake wake nights thinking of a striking strikingclimax atrlklngllmax strikingUmax
climax llmax for a game he could not hav h8 h8dt have haveit <
3 dt it upon a better one than the fa faTattled tILM tILMtutted tessutted
Tattled utted into yesterday yesterdayYou yeterdyYou yesterdayYou
You Should Know Stanley StanleyWith Stan1eyWIth StanleyWith
With the th score IICOr standing at 8 to 2 ii iicur 1ft 1ftH incur
cur H r favor two St Louisiana down am amt altd altdine aedifle
t ifle < t ine one on second ond base entreating am amimploring ned aftd1mplnring nedirnp1ring
imploring Hemphill to moor him to th thc U Uunling the theunting <
c unting block Hemp biffed the bullect bullet ulletIwn bulletCIWTi
ct Iwn wn Into right field and into what whatked whatiked
1 iked > < ked to be unguarded territory Stone Stoner Stoner1Pd StowTHOfci
THOfci r itd around the circuit a la Duff Dutay ay and andRMS endn nd ndRtS
RMS n is standing on the home plate with withrlln a anm arun
nm in his arms that would have hay tied tiedthe tiedth
the 1 th hI score had he been able abl to deliver It Itlint It Itl1t it1LLt
lint the fates were not to be so kind kindto kindt
to t V the th Browns BrownsStanley RrOWMfHanley BrownsStanley
Stanley got under steam and hiked hikedup hikedtip hikedtip
tip the sward With Ith his head on ona Ofta ona
a Itnel k l pi l with his knees and his body bodyjitfhtd bodyI body1it
jitfhtd I 1it tffoil 4 forward Jo Joe speared the globule globulen Iobule
n 111 far ar the extreme end of the stand > H Htwung Hto He Heewung
twung to W ung on to the spheroid but collidedwith collided coUldedwith OGhIMOdn
with n It th > bleachers hleacbe still holding the ball hallnil baitI4
41 nd I4 thereby saving the day for the theNationals theationals theationals
Nationals ationals It was one of oCthe the prettiest prettiestcatches pretIetitat prettIestaths
catches < at hfs ever made in right rl ht field and the therowd thernwl thew4
< rowd w4 went frantic McAleer and his hisbunch hl hllunch hisbunch
bunch of sixth placers were ere disgusted disgustedHand dta disgustedMand uatedJIand
Hand Out Fr From m Fate FateHindsnme FateIbndsome FateILindsome
Hindsnme Harry Howell was in rare raref rarefMm rarefrm
f fMm < rm and let t the native sons down d Wft with withthree withthrpf wltkthree
three singles Washingtons Fublngton three runs runswere run runr runswere
were r made on one hit an error and andSmp andmf ande
Smp e mf m beady base running It is a good goodtiling goodtlin goodtning
tiling tlin they got t the th tallies in the first firstaround ftrattsiun ItratCsitfl
Csitfl tsiun for tMr t re were no more floating ftOllUnlrdround floatingaround
around after that It is 1 a a matter of ofsvrorrt ofror ofricord
svrorrt ror that with tbe exception ex eptlon of one oneinning one1nning oneinning
inning the Nationals failed to get a anum R R1l1an aThan
Than us tS far as second base so effective effectivewa erc effecUveWa t1ve t1vea
wa a the th handsome individual In five fiveinnings fteinnings liveInnings
innings the th Nationals were retired in intrif Inn inn
trif n two three order A queer thing
however is the fact that Harry did not notIan notIan notfin
Ian a single member of our gang
In th hrst inning Altixer drew a pass passStanley paasStanl passtatlty
Stanley Stanl tatlty bunted Spencer forced Altiaer AltiaerJNill Altizerflt IUaer IUaerlm
JNill flt was hit by a pitched ball With WithStanley WithStanly Withtanly
Stanley tanly and Nill on the sacks sack Crowvhi Crow ClOe8v Crosshukd
vhi v hkd < kd an Inaboot into right field fieldItosultStanley fteldPIIJtStliJtley IteMlitui1tStanIey
ItosultStanley home Kill Nil on third third4Ancicron thirdndtr4n thirdAnderion
4Ancicron ndtr4n sent a liner to left center centerNill centerli1l centerNtll
Nill soored orM and Cross went to third thirdSehlafiy thirdhlatty thirdtchiafly
Sehlafiy hlatty clouted to OBrien and Cross Crossromped CroMrmpf Crossrmped
romped rmpf > d home making a total of three threeruns threeruns threeruns
runs There was no more scoring for forOur forur fortur
Our ur laddy bucks bucksStone bueDStone bucksStone
Stone Pluck Hitter HitterWith HItterWIth BitterWith
With two hands baft down do > in I the third thirdNile thirdNiIfi thirdcile
Nile NiIfi cile poked one up against ft gains t Smiths Smithsfelats Smlthst SmithsOlats
t felats la ts and was safe With PIth Niles II on first firstthrough firstt
through 1 t hrfll1 h Smiths error Jones banged bangedto
to Altizer who hustled it to Stahl who whodropped whodropped whodrppet1
dropped it Nile going to third Then ThenStone Th6ftS ThenS
Stone S one ne waded into the first shoot served servedThe servedIh rveel rveelIhf
The Ih ball landed nded in safe safe fe territory in right rightHeld rightlieU
Held 11 > 11 Niles and Jones scoring scoringTh seorlnKTh scoringTh
Th visitors I1to got 8t nine hits Ita but th they theyWr the thewre y
Wr were not bunched This coupled with witntu with1w wit wittw
tu fact that Smith received giltedged giltedgedsupport gi1tec1 gi1tec1IHlPJlOrt giltedgedsupport
support kept thorn from smearing any
t ttllle1 lilies over th the1 counting block after afterthe afterth suerlb
the th third Innla inning McAleers men got on n
bases m every Inning nnlnK except two twoS but
Smith took a brae b and pulled himself himselfout hlrltout himselfOut
out of three dangerous quagmires into intowhich intowhich IntowhIch
which he dropped after two men were wereout wereout wereOut
out outThe outThe OutThe
The Score ScoreSt ScoreSt ScoreSt
St Louis AB R H O A B
iNlles lle8 hiesrf rf S l 1 1 ft e
Jones lb K 1 l M 1 6 0
Stone It 4 4Hemphtu 0 i S 0
Hemphill ef 8 i 1 I J ft 0
Wallace as 4 4OBrien 0 1 I 7 1
OBrien UBrlenf Brlen 2b b 4 i iKoehler 0 I 1 1 0
Hartsel HartzehL3b lb t tKoehler a 0
Koehler Sb A 9 i iSpencer 0 1 1Spencer 0 0
Spencer Spencero c 4 4Howell e 0 1 2 1
Howell Bowehip p I t tTotals 0 1 1Totals 4 0 0Totals
Totals If 7 8 8Washington I It t 11 S SWashlngtoll eWashington
Washington AB ABAllizer A R 1t H O A A X
Allizer ss x xStanley I I I 4 4 1 1Stnley 1Stanley
Stanley rf S i iNill 1 I 0 i 0i11cf
Nill 1 ill i11cf cf S SCross 1 1 1 1Cross 0 0 0Crosa3b
Cross Crosa3b 3b 3bAnderson 1 1 1 1 J JAnderson aAnderson
Anderson If 3 3Btahl 0 1 1 1Schlaft 0 0 0ttchlafly
Schlaft ttchlafly b 3 0 0 1 Ii 0 0Stahl 0Stahlb
Btahl Stahlb Ib X XWakefleld 0 0 It i 1 1Wakefteld iWakefield
Wakefleld c S SEmlth ISmith 0 0 7 0 0 0Smith
Smith p I XTotals 0 0 0 1 1 1TotaJ 1Totals
Totals 5 IZ8fl1Z 3 X 27 It ItSt 1 1St ZStLouis0020000002
St StLouis0020000002 StLouis0020000002washtngton Louis A A2AAA0AO A2AAA0AOWashington 0 0 01
Washington SAAAAAOA 1 0 0 ft 0 0 x xl xlFirst xFirst I IFirst
First base on errors erro errorsWashlnKton Washington 1 1St 1St 1St
St Louis S I Left on base ba8e basesWashing basesWashington Washing Washington Vaahlnarton ¬
ton 3 St Louis 11 First base on balls ballsOff bAllsOft ballsoft
Oft Smith I off Howell 2 Struck Struckout StruckoutBy StruckoutBy
out outBy By Smith 4 Sacrifice hit hltHart hltHartMU hitIlartsell Hart Hartsell
sell Stolen bases basesAnderson Anderson Stone StoneDouble StoneDouhlp StoneDouble
Double play Sohlany Altlser and andWakefleld andakeneld andWakefield
Wakefleld akeneld Hit by pitcher pitcherBy By Jlowell Jlowellhour HOWeili Howelti
1 i tmplrfHurat TIme of Kamf Kamfhour gamef gamefhour
hour and 45 minutes Attendance Attendnoet5 Attendance2500INOTES S600 S600NOTES O OI
Stahls error in the third was respon responsible responsible responsible ¬
sible for both of the tallies given the thevisitors thevleitQML thevisitors
visitors But we won won so o It doesnt doesntmake doelntmake doesntmake
make a whole lot of difference differenceSpencer dUferelM6Sptncer difteremeSpencer
Spencer backed b ek d Into a bunted foul in infine 1ftfine Infine
fine shape ape in the third Nill had some something omethin somethine ¬
thing thin good up his 1 sleeve sesve e and seemed seemedration Memdm seemedmui
m mui ration h put out ut when Spencer 8Denter made the therunning therunntnc therunninE
running backward catch catchLave ea catchLve teh tehLae
Lave Cross stepped out after a baa baaconstrtaiorshapea bae ho hoeonsthotorshaped
constrtaiorshapea e shoot in the third thirdand thirdand thirdand
and fired it into the right field ft 1d stand standwhere standwb atandwhrc
where wb r it wrecked a basket of peanuts peanutsAll peanutAll peanutsAll
All of AWmers throws except one onewere onewere onewere
were ideal i l In the sixth he made m de a alow alow alow
low throw which Stahl was unable to tohandle tohandle tohandle
handle but no damage was done to tothe tothe tothe
the home plate a as a result re ult of the mis miscue mlaue misC
cue C ue
cueA ueA
A A tasr f3 ii r rioiihle it Llhl was pulled off in the thei thetu theI
i tit Tiin j1ln jIfl Jones was given the hook hookE
t E < 1 tnd Niles was stabbed at the thel thet
l t I Jrs rs r was a s on first rst and Niles was wasi wa waI
i d 1 I vnen iu fl Stone smashed to Schla Schlar
r F Fnll ond rs1 baser tossed to Altiaer Altiaerr
r t i jontR Jn < and then relayed to toet totTl toI
tTl I t L Hab tt NiI8 NiI8l
l et third thlT in in the sixth sixthtH sixtht
tH t I T11ilfif LiI a good stab stabA stabA
A I 1 safp stTt When hen henr
r 1 1 1 ptnpr r nr threw threwt
t fjld 1 i Andv rid con conH conI
H I niI4 lld have haveC
C C rlt T t collided collidedO hhided hhidedc
O latter out
Whose Pitching Yesterday Was Mainly MainlyResponsible Main1yResponsib1e MainlyResponsible
Responsible for Washingtons WashingtonsVictory WashingtonsVictory WashingtonsVictory
In a closely c10 ely contested COftte ted game yester yesterday ye yesterday ter terday ¬
day afternoon the At AtlanUcs Ian tics defeated defeatedthe dereatedthe defeatedthe
the Aloysius crowd In the Capital City CityLeague CityLeape CityLeague
League by 5 to 4 4Tbe 4The 4The
The game me was only a a sixInnln sixInning < at affair atlair atfair ¬
fair and for a whtye it looked bad tot totAtlantic totAtlantic foxAtlantic
Atlantic when the latter came back In Inthe Inthe inthe
the last session and finally managed to topush topuMh topush
push over the winning run The score scoreAtianUea KoretlanUe scoreAtlenties
AtianUea R II 0 A E i Atoysius AIoJ R H 0 A E EAHlxvscf XAHbneet EAHbnectC
AHlxvscf i 2 1 S MKelley Kelley Kelteyaa M 1 11121 11121Wiiboe 1 1 2 1 1WHbooM 1WHbo
WHbo WHbooM 2 1 I 1 1iTtck3b1 CMrick Ib 1 1 1130 1130McCthy 1 3 0 0McCrthylb 0cCth
McCrthylb McCthy cCth I C C 2 3IH 11 l4eesl elar e 1 1 4 4c 2 8 8C 5C
C Salb 81 c 1 1 C i S lBG 1 BGtl1er1b J > arSb 0121 0121Ricker 0 1 J 1 1t C CTucker
1 1J
Tucker If 1 I I S I FOCRyUCif 1 0 0 0 I IcQreislb
t l li
cQreislb 1 1 1 I I CorrIanIh C C S 1 I
J Salb rf 1 6 2 i I 1 Flnnlganp n nI1uR 09830 09830Dra 0 I C 3 0 0DrassrIb
Dra DrassrIb fN > rlb 1111 1 1 a i WFarreH Parrii ef 6 6 A 0 I IHu 0Hunter
Hu I1uR Hunter t r p A C A S jLAilUoh LuIUGh rf feeie feeieTetaiL A 1 1TBtaIll 0 0I
I TMata 4 41812 18 1 2 2Plnnlumn 2JIIlIntpn 2PlnnIgan
Plnnlumn out infleW fly tlyAtbmtics ftyAtlantica flyAtlantic
Atlantic 0 0411113 0411113Aicysius 4 A A 1 1Aloyrtui 8 8AIo <
Aloyrtui AIo tus 3 3010114 3010114home A A 8 l A4 A4Home f4UOftM
Home n runUler Ifeostar Mr Fint irst t bs base oa balls ballsOff ballsoff 118
Off hunter I oft Flunlgan I L Left ft oa bao baH baHAlolll basesAloyslus a aAloyslMe
AloyslMe Alolll 11 Attentloi 8 It Sacrifice kits hluHunter hila hilaHURter kitsHunter
Hunter Plnnl PnMgaa an Stolen baoaa basesKiey KeHay K KCarrick 2 2Carri 2carriok
Carri Carrick 5k Corrigan Dra Dtager g r and W V Handt Handtbo Hftdtr ilaadtboa
bo boa r Struck k out outBylluntsr Bylluntar ae t 4 by b bIIler PlnnlgftR PlnnlgftRDouble
2 Double play playGallagher Callagber to Corrigan to toiler to1lesler
IIler iler lIlt by pitcher pI pitcherBy By D PlANtgaH 2 2Wild 2Wild 2Wild
Wild ptteh pttehFlnnlgan Finnlgan PaM Passed d ball baUUe bailliseeler bailliseelerUmpirsPereona H eMr eMrUmpirePIIIIIOIUI aelM aelMUmpire
Umpire UmpirePIIIIIOIUI Putsons Time of game gamei amel 1 hour and aadlo RBdlu
lo minutes minutesHOFFMANS mlnut mlnutHOFFMANS mInutesHOFFMANS
Christ Church won from the High Highlanders HlghIAndenl Highlanders
landers yesterday ye terday by 14 to 1 L Hoffmans Hoffmansbatting Hotrmnsbatting Hoffmansbatting
batting and Ghitlers fielding were the thefeatures theteaturM thefeatures
features Kplphany Chapel forfeited to tothe tothe tothe
the Memorials on Monday The score eooroHlfhrs sooreIt scoreiilghrs
Hlfhrs RHOABi RHOA l 1 cC Christ ChrItCII = Ch C RHOAE RHOAEPretot RUOA RUOAWdcockIf If J JPrel
WdcockIf It I I I C C Conner Sb S 2 S C CPretat
Pretot t Jb 88881 I I C 0 I Ghltler lb 4 2 12 1 1 1 1WapJ 1Wap 1Waple
WapJ M saI 8 8 3 K 3 2lIoftnanjf3 Hoffman I1ofrmaJl If 3 E 6 eT1QoIor 001 001TaylorlbI 8 8 8Taylor
Taylor TaylorlbI Ib 8 8 CU 11 8 8 OLoftlrae3 Loffler M 3 1 1231 1231CnockeypIlSIZMiilerc120I0 2 3 1 1Knockey 1KIMICkey
Knockey CnockeypIlSIZMiilerc120I0 CnockeypIlSIZMiilerc120I0Peketl p 8 1 2 8 3 Milter c 1286 1286Pwake 1 9 e eJke
Pwake Peketl ef 88281 I S 0 Amerlcaef 1 00881 00881OieMen 0 00 0 III IIIOlessea 1 1iB
OieMen e e1 1 1 6 l i 8 lilerrls3bl Harris 3b 8 1 2 1 10 10FrekbI022Carr 0 0Wmoadrt
FrekbI022Carr iB rfISCCI rfISCCIWmoedrt1OS l = 1
Wmoadrt Wmoedrt1OS moRdrt 8108 1 e MLitehfleMp Ltto ftektp 8 9 ItTotalR 2 8 8Totals 0Totals
Totals 1 33T12 I If 3512 11 S Totat TotahlH Totaki141327132 Totaki1413271322lkIaaders 14 U27 16 2713 13 3 3HI 3nhla
HI nhla 2lkIaaders M den d r8 8 1 8 > 8 8 8 8 8 81
Christ Ckureh c 4 I I I 2 0 4 8 SU SUEarned C14rmd 14 14KanMd
Earned rmd runs renaChrist Christ Church 7 Fir FIrat Flra base baseby hiuieby bas basby
by errors fIftOIIIChrSIIt Ctirtot Church 4 Highlanders HIAblandftllIAlt 2 2I 2Left
I Left ft on base basesChist Chtet i8t Church 9 Highlanders HighlandersI
I First baM on balte baUo1it OK Knocker t tStruck fStruck 2Stiick
Struck out outBy By LltchfteW t by Knockey KnockeyTwobase C CTwv1JaM 1Twobaee
Twobase hits hltcoanor Connors 2 Ohltler 2 IIo IIoroaa Hot HothIaR hoffman
man 3 Saerlf Saerttce > c hits bltaMlller Miller 2 Preiat 1 1Stel 1 1SWIM 1Stoles
Stel SWIM baaee beaeeOlessen OieaMfl 2 Loftier 1 Mlll MIller MlUerDouble r 2 2Double 2Double
Double plays VIa playsConnors Connors to Loftier to Ohltler OhltlerW GhlUerWaple OhitlerWaple
W Waple pta to Prelet Pase Passed d ball ballOlMHft Oieasen tim Uraptra Um14I1iteiJn timp4reMre
ptra p4reMre Mra Hundley 14I1iteiJn Tim Time of mel same gamei 1 hour hourand hourPOOR hourand
and 38 minutes Attendance Attendanco25u Attendanco25uPOOR 2M 2MPOOR
Agriculture defeated Postofflce yester yesterday ye yesterday ter terday ¬
day afternoon in the regularly schedul scheduled schduled echeduled ¬
ed Departmental League game by 6 to toin toa
2 In a contest full of sensational fielding fieldingand fteld1ng fteld1ngand fielqngand
and hard hitting hittingBoth hittingBoth hittingBoth
Both Clarke on the slab for the losers losersand loHNIand losersand
and Sanders In the box for the Farm Farmers Fftnnr Farmera ¬
ers r were In rare form and both were wereabout wereabout wcreabout
about equal in the pitching but four fourerrors fourerrora fourerrors
errors by the letterstampers and a aclean aclean aclean
clean sheet for the Aggies gave the lat latter latI lettot
ter the advantage The score scoreAgrlc ooregrte scoreAgile
Agile grte RHOAX RHO A X PO P O RHOAHl RHOAHlTaylor R RllOA RllOATaylor II 0 A 11 11Taylor
Taylor cf cflllllIFentonsb 1 1 1 Fen Fenton ton Sb 1131 1131Hoffman 1 lisle lisleHogmnlt 1 3 1 1HG
Hoffman Hogmnlt ma If C 1 1 I IlOrrison Orrieon c e c1 1 1 L L6 6 I IWeber 11 11Wbet 1 1Weber
Weber e c1l 1 1 6 1 Bnuttoylf Bradley It 6168 61681ViiMtORab ClOse 1 II IIItoRb
1ViiMtORab WLnto ItoRb e I 1 1 I Clark p 8 1 1 E EWiley 9 9Wiley 0Wiley
Wiley as 8 l 4 S Adams dIun8 Ib I 1 111 11 11Doyte I I IJe aDoyki
Doyte Je Ib lh23130 2 J 13 Kerr KvrrseO1l12 KvrrseO1l12Brownili2 8e8 M 111 111Brown 1 II IIBrow
Brown Brow Brownili2 3b 1 1 St Stewartrt Stewertrf0OIOl Stewertrf0OIOlSteaon wartrf 6 6 6 6Steaon I ISte8Oft
Steaon rf 8 1 I I MthowseC 81668 8 1 0 0 e ePo
Sanders p Po 1 6 6 5 6 Han1ag1b Harrinp b 86241 86241St 8 C 2 c 1 1SteMOR 1Itenaii
St SteMOR iwon 66066 66066Ttetete I C e It I ITotal
Total 6 LIT 5 9 6
5T0t8 6Tofels Tofels T0t8 1 S 73412 aUBatted 4 4Batted 4hIattnd
Batted for Matthews Mat thaws II 1j p ninth Innlpg InnlpgAplottUlte InnlgAgraalUite innigAgrIcvttue
AplottUlte AgrIcvttue 6 16 1 6 3 6 6 2 x xFOMOMee xfi xfiI
FOMOMee 8 f12000C002 f12000C002arned J62866680 I 8 0 0Jllarned 2 2Earned
Earned arned ruB8g runeAgrieejture runs Agrteujture ture S Poetomoe roetomoePINt 2 2First 2 2First
First bas hue by errors enwsAgricullure Agriculture 3 Post Postoffice P Poetofike 8t 8toftk
office 1 Left oa bases basesAgriculture Agriculture A 6 6Postotfte 6rOltt 6Postodlee
Postotfte rOltt 8 InK baN i on balto balblOrt Oft Clark
4 Struck out outBF Bf Clark S by Sanders 6 6Twoh8 6TwobtUHt 6Twobase
Twoh8 Mt hltWr VftW Saerlftoa hltUarrtng hit Harrtns
Stolen fitoie bas base basesFenton a Fwnton t and Kerr Double DouelepKy DoutilerlHarrtng DoublejLyBarrIng
pKy rlHarrtng Barring to Fenton Hit by pitcher pitcherBy plther pltherBy pitcherBy
By Sanders Se dws Stewart Passed Pa5 ed ball baUorrJ ballOrrisonUmpheVenabls Orrieon OrrieonUmpire on onUmpi
Umpire Umpi UmpheVenabls Venable Tlm Time of came Iamel l hour hourand hourand hoerand
and 30 minutes minutesROSEDALES mlnut8llROSEDALES mInutesROSEDALES
The Th Rosedale Playgrounds baseball baseballteam bueb8l1team baseballteem
team won its second victory when it itbeat Itbeat itbeat
beat the North Capitol and L streets streetsteam streetsteam streetsteam
team by the score of IS 1 to 6 i The next nextinterplayground nextInterplAyground nextinterplayground
interplayground game will 111 be played playedWednesday playedVednesdav playedWednesday
Wednesday afternoon at North orth Capitol Capitoland Capitoland Capitoland
and L streets at 530
I Yesterdays Results ResultsWashington RasuItWAllhlngton RssultsWashington
Washington 3 St St LoVs Lo1sPhiladelphia 2 2Philadelphia 2Philadelphia
Philadelphia 7 Chicago 1 1New 1NewYork 1New
New NewYork York 1 Detroit O 0Boston OBoston oBoston
Boston 5 Cleveland 1 1Boston 1Boston 1Boston
Boston 9 Cleveland 2 2Games 2 2Games 2Games
Games Today TodaySt TOday6t
6t St Louis at Washington WashingtonChicago WashingtonChicano WaRhlngtonChlcasco
Chicago at t Philadelphia PhiladelphiaDetroit PhlldelphlaDotrolt PhiladelphiaDetroit
Detroit at New York YorkCleveland YorkClevolnd YorkCleveland
Cleveland at Boston BostonStanding DostonStanding BostonStanding
Standing of the Clubs Clubsw ClubsW ClubsW
w L J pet petPhiladelphia PetPhl1 PotPhiladlhia
Philadelphia Phl1 delUhlB K 32 619 610New 619New 619New
New York YorkCleveland 50 80 80C11and eo eoCleveland
Cleveland ClevelandChleavo 4S II 1 i 671 671ChIoao l lChhAJlO
Chleavo 46 4 40 i1fi i1fiDtroft 036Il9trott S6 S6Detroit
Detroit Il9trott 44 4 40 124 124St 14St 124St
St Louis 42 4 43 4 600 600Washington iOOFashlngton 600Washington
Washington X r rBoston 51 SiBoston iIS iISB8eton
Boston 38 i iNATIONAL 63 267 267NATIONAL 67 67NATIONAL
Yesterdays Results ResultsCincinnati ResuItsCincinnati ResultsCincinnati
Cincinnati 4 Philadelphia 3 3Brooklyn 3Brooklyn 3Brooklyn
Brooklyn 10 Chicago 3 3Boston I Ioeton 3Boston
Boston oeton 1 St Louis 0 0Plttsburg OPittburg 0Pltteburg
Plttsburg 4 New York 3 3Games 3GinleS 3Games
Games TodayNew TodayNew Today TodayNew
New Yorkllt York at PttsburgStanding PlttsburgStanding Pntsburg PntsburgStanding
Standing of the Clubs ClubsW ClubsW ClubsW
W L L Pct PetChicago PctOhlcago PctChicago
Chicago 61 as ess essPIttaburg 036Pittsburg t tPlltlburg
PIttaburg K 30 647 647New 67Ne 647New
New Ne York SS 32 619 619Philadelphia 619PhUad8lttJtla 619Philadelphia
Philadelphia 48 4 47 473 473Cincinnati 413Cincinnati 473Cincinnati
Cincinnati 41 48 491 491Brooklyn 481Brooklyn 401Brooklyn
Brooklyn IIi 51 407 407St 407St 407St
St St Louis 84 Ci b J66 J66Boston 165BofIton 366Boston
Boston Bostoni 30 67 WS WSCOLUMBIAS 5 5I
The Columbia Athletic Club duplicat duplicated
ed the play made In the Marquette MarquettiLeague MarquetteL MarquetteLeague
League L gue a few days tl ago by registering registerlnfa regtet rlng rlnga
a triple play yesterday afternoon when wherthe wh whenthe n nthe
the Atiileties won from the Nations NationsAthletic NtIonalAthletic NationalAthletic
Athletic Club by 14 to S SIn SIn 2In
In the fourth Wheatley and Johnson Johnaoisingled Johnsonsingled Johnsonsingled
singled and when hn Robinson pasted t tline a aline aline
line drive to first both th started for borne liomebut 11omebut bornebut
but Quantrelle stabbed the leather am amwhisked and andhlsked andwhisked
whisked hlsked it over to second in time foi foiMullen for torMulleft forMullen
Mullen to catch Wheatley and return i ito It Ittft itto
to first getting etUn Johnson n off first Th Thscore The Thecore Thescore <
score scoreC coreC scoreCAC
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Qtntltelb 6 6 Ill 13 6 6 Rob Robsoitc sow c I 162 162Puleh 1 5 2 1 1Puleber 1FuIeIierrfIIII
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Totatal4163t TotaJ 14 I II M 44 Totals 3 72111 72111Columbia 1 2111 S SColumbia 1Columbia
Columbia 4 411140014 411140014Nationals 166466 1 Ii 1 1Nationals 14 14Natlonale
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The Athletic Juniors easily put th thkibosh the thoklbotth thekibosh <
kibosh on the H Street Champions yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday afternoon by 18 to 7 Both teams teammade teamsmade teamsmade
made Innumerable errors The weal wealpitching we weakpitching k kpitching
pitching of the losers staff allowed th thwinners the thewinnera thewinners
winners to pile up the score se re The score scoreAthletics se scoreAthletics re reAthJetIcfl
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II Street Champions CbapIoMt 1 First base bu on balls ballsOff banJO belieoff
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Innings pitched plteM4Dy By Bond I by OBrte 3 3HIU 3HltaOrt 3HitsOff
HIU HltaOrt Oft Bond 1loIwt 4 off OBrien 4 Struck Struckout StrockoutBy Struckoutfly
out outBy By Pierce i by BoRd 3 Twpbaae Twr base hits hluBond hl hlBond hitsBond
Bond OBrien O r1811 RIM BJtdPJeree and Pierce Double plays playsIravers pJays1nvenJ playslrevers
Iravers to Oliver OBrien unaa umseteted umsetetedMDONALDS leted letedMDONALDS letedMDONALDS
In one of the best games seen on tlv tlvMarquette the thelarquett8 theMarquette
Marquette grounds this season St StDominic StDominie StDominic
Dominic and Holy Name played an ex exciting excJtlng oxciting ¬
citing nineInning contest ntest to a tie 4 44 44McDonalds 44McDonalds i iMcDonalds
McDonalds work behind tho willow mow wai waieasily was waseasUy waseasily
easily the feature Besides twelve put putouts putouts putouts
outs he had five assists The score scoreSt scoreSt scoreSt
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Holy Kam 2 e l 00014 00014Earned 0 0 0 14 14Ear
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4 I Holy Name Name 6 It FIrst b base s on balls baUeOl baUeOlJIbbert ballsOilSbbeit Oil Oiltbbert
tbbert i off Taylor 1 Struck out outB outBEbbert outBy outByShbert By ByCbivert
Cbivert 12 by Taylor 16 Twobase hits hltahnlth h hsmith hitsSMith
smith hnlth and Daly D81 Sacrifice hit bitPurceU bitPurceUStolen hitPurcellStoles Purcell PurcellItolen
Stolen ba bARoRers RoRera Hit by pitcher pitcherBy By Bb Bbrt BbMort Ebbert
bert rt 1 by Taylor 1 Wild pitch pltehTaylor pltehTaylorPunied pitchTaylorPassed Taylor Taylorara
Passed > ara d ball baJleYcD bailsMcDOnald McDonald naJd and Buckley Um Umdre UmplreS UrniireS
plreS dre S Motntt Time of game gameI 1 hour and andminutes andIt
It minutes minutesBLANKS mlnuttSBLANKS minutesBLANKS
The Blanks failed to show up for forhe fortha forthe
the he game with the Cowboys yesterday yesterdayfternoon yesterdayafternoon esterdayafternoon
afternoon In the Printing Office Lergue Lerguend Le Leigueand e eand
and nd forfeited to the latter The Duplex Duplexontingeiu DuplexconUng Duplexconttngn
conUng ontingeiu JH put put a team on the field in inlace Inplace Inplace
place > lace of the Blanks and were beaten beateny beatenby beatenby
by y last years years champions by 9 to 0 The Theioore Thesoore Thescore
score sooreCowboys scoreCowboys iooreCowboys
Cowboys R H 0 A E Duplex RHOAE RHOAEmute RH B H 0 A E EChute HChute
Chute as s 06146 0 0 1 4 Ruhl 3b b 02100 02100Jotter 0 2 1 0 0 0Cotter 0Cotterp2213
Jotter Cotterp2213 p 22136 1 2 Drum Drumlf01l00 Drumlf01l00Trway If 01100 01100Vway 1 1 0 0Trwa
Vway Trwa e 2 2 7 1 1 hello 3b 60120 60120onroy 0 ii 1 2 0 0COfiroY 0Conroy
COfiroY onroy lb 1 3 31 311 16 6 6 Sp SlIr or p 0 00 0 0 8 0 0wvj 0BOWlRan3b 0Bovenan3b
BOWlRan3b wvj an3b 11216 1 1 2 I Borhaug B rbau c 0 1 4 1 1 1ardoR 1FoRIeR 1Fordea
FoRIeR ardoR 2b 1 lIe 1 6 1 6 Hartnettlb 0 1 113 13 0 0 0wtmanlf 0SwtmaR1t 0Swtmanit
wtmanlf 11669 I 1 I It Fischer s Sf 0 0 0 0Myers 2 2 2lyers 2Myers
Myers rf rf 11660 1 1 I I McCthyef 00100 00100Lukart 0 0 1 0 0 0Kukan 0Kukart
Lukart Kukan cf 0 1 0 I 1 SJrlouls rf 0 1 0 0 0 0Totals 0Totals 0Totals
Totals 9 9118118 11 l18 21 10 2 Totals 0 62113 6 2113 21 12 3 3owboys 3Cowboys 3Cowboys
Cowboys 8 0070020C 0070020CDuplex 07802 1 e 0 00 00uplex 69Duplex
Duplex uplex 6 90000000 90000000flamed 06000 e 0 0 0 0 00 00Harned 0 0Barned
flamed runs runsC rensCowboys Cowboys < 3 Left on basesCowboys basesCowboys bases basesowboys
Cowboys 6 Duplex 7 First Flr t base on balls ballsSpeer balls ballsOft ballsOff
Oft Speer 5 2 Struck out outl1y By Speer S eer 4 by byottw byCotter byCotter
Cotter ottw 6 Txvobar hits hltsSweetman Sweetman Drum Drumitolen DrumStoIEn DrumStolen
Stolen baws baseaCottei Cotter ottet Ruhl an an4 < J Kaitnett Kaitnettlit FutnettHit HartncttHit
Hit lit by pitcher pHcherCo pitcherCotter Cotter ter 1 L Wild pltcn pltcnspeer speer speerPassed
1 Passed Pas ed ball ballBerbaus Berhaus 1 1 Umpire UmplreLafram UmplreLaframbois Lafram
J 1
I I Fear Legislature Would WouldForbid WouldForbid WouldI
I Forbid Betting B tting One Rea Reason Reason Reason ¬
son for Peace PeaceBOBBIE PeaceBOBBIE PeaceBOBBIE
BOBBIE KEAN CASE CAS E UP UPStewards U UPStewards P PStewards
Stewards Investigating Smithsons SmithsonsCharge SmithsonsCharge SmithsonsCharge
Charge Against Deppoler for forUnderhand forUnderhand forunderhand
Underhand Work WorkNEW WorkNEW WorkNEW
NEW YORK July 36The The Western Westernturf WIStCXJtturf tern ternturt
turf war is at an end endAt efMlt endAt
At t a meeting between representatives representativesof repl8Nfttlld repl8Nfttlldof
of the Western OMtern Jockey Club and the thaAmerican th thAmorlc theAmerican
American n turf urf Association latlOf1 held yester yesterday yterday yesterday ¬
day at t thc PC C Hotel Manhattan peace peaceform11t was wasformally W5formaliy
formally detared de < red By the terms > of an anagreement Anagreemenl anagreement
agreement formally signed > und nd sealed sealedthe Haledthe e1tdthe
the rival tracks trael < ai a New Orleans next nextwinter nextwinter ext extwlntor
winter will ojxtrs oJot oyer in harmony They Theywill Theyw11l Theywill
will alternate with meetings meeUn every two twoweeks twoweek twoweeks
weeks at which hlth alJ the horses hor e that go goto goto goto
to the Crescent Cro cettCltv City will be eligible to tostart to8tart tostart
start At ye ye4l1uaYJ uray3 meeting m tlhC the West Western Wtern Westera ¬
ern Joekev Joekey Joeke1 CJjfo f Lb was represented ra preltented by
John Condon Con on L 1 tie Cell Ctl a and Bud BudRenaud BudRenaud BudItenaud
Renaud while the Tnterests nterest of the Amer American J118rIbCn Amelean ¬
lean IbCn Turf Association A wire looked after afterby Mttery afterby
by y D H Barnes representing repre entlng Edward BdwardCorrigan EdwardCorrlbn JOdWrdCorrigan
Corrigan and Congressman Joseph JOephRhl JOephRhlnoch Rhl Rhlnoch RhlflOch
noch Barnes ana ant Renatd put their theirsignatures tbttrIgnature thEirsignatures
signatures to the peace agreement which whichmeans wblchmeanlJ whichmeans
means no doubt that racing will soon soonget 8001get soonget
get a new start In Chicago and other otherVOIItern otherVostern
Western cities It is not improbable improbablethat Improbablethat Improbablethat
that the rival turf bodies will be con consolidated conaolldated citesOli4lateiI ¬
solidated In due time with Uh the idea of ofconducting ofconduetln ofconducting
conducting conduetln racing rAdnli affairs in the West Weston WOSton t ton
on more businesslike bwltn business kit lines linesFierce JtnellFierce linesFierce
Fierce War Last Winter WinterLast WintorLlt WinterLast
Last Llt t winter the turf war raged all allalong Allalong allalong
along the line City Park and the Fair FairGrounds FairGround FairGrounds
Grounds at New Orleans raced all win winter winter 1n 1ntel ¬
ter on a schedule ItCh dule of conflicting conftlcUn < dates datesBoth datesnoUt datesBoth
Both sides lost thousands of dollars dollarsrather dollrsrather tiollarerather
rather than surrender But last spring
It was wa rumored that the Louisiana leg ¬
islature l Jature might mlfht step In with a law Jawapln against againstbetting againstbetting t tbetting
betting ami nt pool selling IH1l1n unless the fight fightwas n fightwag bt btwas
was stopped stop so negotiations were begun begunby w begunby Kun Kunby
by mutual peacemakers which ended endedsuccessfully endMt6ucceufully en id idsuccessfully
successfully yesterday Condon and andCorrigan andCorrigan andCorrigan
Corrigan always bitter enemies were wereresponsible wt1eresponsible wereresponsible
responsible for the costly coptlywarfare tJy warfare warfare At Atone Atone Atone
one time they declared deciar that t t they stood stoodready stoodready toud toudready
ready to go stone broke In a struggle strugglea stru struIeto e eto
to a a finish tinl for supremacy but after afterying atferpAying er erpeylnr
pAying ying out fabulous sums to foot the thebills thebills
bills ii 5 in the t1l senseless strife their friends friendsprevailed friendsprevaJlec1 friendsprevailed
prevailed upon them to look at the mat matter matter metter ¬
ter from a strictly business point of ofview otview ofview
view viewThe viewThe i iThe
The fair grounds had a monopoly in inNew InNew inNew
New Orleans until City Park cut in inNow InNow inNow
Now on an amicable basis both tracks trackswill trackswlU treckswill
will probably make money for a ma majority mIljortt majority ¬
jority jortt of the th horsemen in view of the theexpected tbeexpectod theexpected
expected let down on th the coast coaat will willprobably willprobably 111 111probAbly
probably race at the Crescent City CityWith CiQWith CityWith
With the Condon and Corrigan forces forcesunderstanding torOMunderstanding forcesunderstanding
understanding each other it was w said saidlast kIlut saidlast
last night that a move would soon be bemade Mmade bemade
made to open the Hawthorne and Del Har Harlem Harlem Her1cm ¬
lem tracks in the t Windy lnljT City next year ysarStewards yearStewards Ar ArStewards
Stewards Invo In Invoitigatisg InvoitigatisgC tigati Ugatif UgatifC g gC
of BofcMe Keen Keanhas Xeanha Keenhas
C C Smithson owner wnet
has ha made mad a cmpllnt < > inplnint to the Brighton Brisntottstewards I Istewards
stewards relaUve to the recent r t manipu manipulation Mlpulation manipulation ¬ I
lation of his horse m In the race wnteh wntehbrought whlehbroulht whIdbrought
brought about the suspension au penlllon of Jockey JockeyBell JockeyDell JockeyBell
Bell In that affair a < Jllr Bobble Keen was wasbeaten WAIlbeaten wanbeaten
beaten five lengths by Maxnar The Theformer Theformer Theformer
former took tc > up eleven pounds more In Inthe Inthe inthe
the fifth race ace ce yesterday ye erday while Manners Munarsburden Mannersburden s sburden
burden was Increased by nine YetKean YetICons Yet YetKean
best form beat beatMaxnar bMtMaxnr beatMaxuar
Kean running ruzmin to his
Maxnar V i JibMtt rb r nit ut four ur lengths Before Beforethis Btfore Btforethis iSetorethis
this performs pertorrce tee ee Smithson said saidIf sa1dIt saidif
If Bobble cean < ean beabi beat Maxnar there therewill therewUl therewill
will b 16 iroubi f for or that whole gn gang pneIt gangit jf jfIt
It appears tv Bmlthson haa told the thestewardship thestewards
stewardship stewards hi hir Wef that Bell took his hisorders hishorse hishorse
or ororders oforders
horse up actin under > r some sort
orders from O W r Deppti Deppeler PPfJ PPfJager < r hi his man manAer mnna5er
ager who was Wit formerly l identified < tnU < lfL lfLJohn with withJOhn witholin
schemes IIChemeSmltheon schemesSmithson
John olin J Ryans getrichqulck getrichqulckSmitbson
Smitbson believes that there to some IiOmfIconnection someconnection ome omeacalnst
connection between Jp Deppeler ler and the theCoUll theCelia
Celia books which It 121 alleged laid laidaJaln laidagainst
against aJaln t Smithsons horse when Bell Belldo Beltrode BIrode
bad man manner manner teennor
such a flagrantly
rode do him In u enc
de declares declares dedares
Deppeler on the other band ¬
ner clares that he has never had any deal dealfar dealInJS dealings
with the Celia gang and that thatfr an anfar
with withbeat withean withKeen
far as he knows Bell did his beat
Smithson states thAt Deppeler Deppelerbet Deppeterbet
Keen bet ean heavily on Keen that da day the latter latterbeat atterbeat
beat Loeistllla Lo istma but that DePPe Deppeler rdldf rdldfthe didnt didntbet didntbet
Keen hen Dell rode rodethe rodethe
bet a dollar on
the race that caused the boys sus suspension Ih1Sponslon su supension ¬
pension The stewards are investigating investigatingthe
the matter with much energy energyScreens eonMJDScreens energYScreens
Screens Were No Good GoodTho GoodTho GoodThe
Tho poolroom agents refused to be bethwarted bethwarted bethwarted
screen which was washoisted wanhoisted U Ultoilltod
thwarted by a canvas canv
hoisted yesterday in front of a house housebehind boUMbehind housebehind
behind the backstretch In which hlek there therewere therewere therewere
instruments instrumentsThe InstrumentsTh8 instrumentsThe
were a couple of telegraph
The agents climbed to the roof where wherewith wherewith here herewith
with powerful telescopes tele cOpt8 they were wereable wereable wereable
able to see the finish of each race raceThe raceThe raceThe
The canvas screen > must mu t be raised if ifthe fthe Ifthe
the view Is to o be completely shut off offMETROPOLITAN offMETROPOLITAN
The Foundryites closed up on the tboleaders theleaders
leaders In the Sunday School League Leagueyesterday Leagueyesteray Leagueyesterday
yesterday afternoon when the runners runnersup runnorsup runnersup
up defeated Metropolitan easily 8ft lly by S to
3 Hutchinson HutchtnsonJ with a return to his hisball hisoarly hisearly
early sea Torm Iorm pitched excellent excellentball excellentball
ball and proved effective at all times timesThe UmesThe timesThe
The score scoreFoundry scoreFoundry scoreFoundry
Foundry RHOABI R 11 0 A Met letll RHOAK RHOAKConner Jt H 0 A B BCOfiner SConner
Conner 2b 1 1 B 2 Hurdle a as 22222 22222Bishop 2 2 2 S SDlehop 2 2Bishop
Bishop c 2 1 ITS 7 2 Brtgga It S I IAtchlsonlHI 2 2Atchlsonus I 0 0AtchisOnBe
Atchlsonus 12211 1 2 2 3 1 CRnd p I 1 I t tMcKenyrt IlIcKenrt I IMcKenyrf
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King lb 6 11 ill 1 i Kel K ICeleer r lb I Ill IllPomeroycf 1 I I IPomel I IPomereyef
Pomeroycf Pomel e I 0 6 I I Dutton c I I I 1 1WarmanSb 1an I IWarman3b
WarmanSb an aRJb 2112 2 II 1 1 2 Thson Sb I I I J JSbeekellslf I ISbeekellelt 1Sheckelilf
Sbeekellslf 6 0 1 I Rtchardccf 1130 1130Hutehn 1 1 3 0 0lIutchn I Ihlutchn
Hutehn p 123 1 2 0 3 Damptorlb 0 111 I 0 0Totals 0Total 0Totals
Totals 8112714 8 11 1127141 fi 14 ll Totala TOtaIs3734123 TOtaIs3734123Foundry I 72412 114 1 3 3Foundry 3Fundry
Foundry I tI 1 10IIC1x8 10IIC1x8Mets 0 1 x8 x8Mets x8Mets
Mets i 8 e 2toe 0 e eFAmed a aEarned
Earned runs runeFouDdry Foundry S Mets 1 First Firstbase JI1lPtb8se Firstbase
base on errors errotSliOundry Foundry 3 Mets 1 Left Lefton Lefton Lefton
on baBW ba baaesFoundry e Foundry 10 Mete 5 First base baseon baseon baseon
on balls balIsOft Off HutchlMon 2 oft Richmond RIchmondStruck 2 2Struck 2Struck
Struck out outBy By HutcfatMon on 8 by Richmond RichmondIt
5 Threebate e hit hitBurdIf Hurdl Double play playAtchlson PJayAtchison playAtchison
Atchison to Connor Ot1nor to King Sacrlne Scri hit hitBrlggs hltDriggs hitBrigga
Brlggs Stolen bases ba eConnor Connor 2 Bishop BishopAtchison
2 Atchison 3 McKenney King and War Warman Var Varinan ar arman
man 2 Hit by 1 pitcher pitcherBy By r Richmond 1 1Wild 1lid 1Wild
Wild lid pitch 1ltthITtltchln Hutchlnson on 1 Vmplr lmpJtDltts lmpJtDlttsTime UmnlreDetteTime Belts BeltsTime
Time of game gamel 1 hour and K mlnut mlnutIn minutes mlnutelYOURE minutesYOURESAFE
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AUanUce AUanUceSt M i 717 717It 117St 1 1St
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Aloyatue AloyatueArlington I It 4W 4WDefeats 4MArtlngtoft 474Arlington
Arlington ArlingtonNatlonata j 7 7NatlonA 107Nationals
Nationals NatlonA i 13 13INTERIOR 200 200I 200IMTEIO
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Defeats Navy in Interesting Inter tin Game GameThus GameThus GameThus
Thus Closing Clo ing Up on Agriculture Agriculturefer
fer the Lead LeadInterior LeadInterior LoadInterior
Interior defeated Navy yaotwday af afrnoon atrftOOft a aternoon
ternoon rnoon I to 1 TH The game white hth replete repleteith repletewith repletewith
with ith ragged nu god fielding w MI was never neveride nevertheless MYertMlerdeemed neverthelessredeemed
redeemed ide ni d by numerous apectaeu apectaeuiaya spectacular IIJMCtaeularplt1l spectacularpIys
plt1l > iaya Th The Navy lade couldnt find th thpherold the thespheroid thespheroid
spheroid for more than three sUm hit hlunly hitonly hiltsonly
only nly one of which was good and cle clean cletnWahler cleanWahler ji jiWahler
Wahler proved goved a a mighty puazte and andtie andhe andhe
he tie dealt out everything in curve his hieory hlet history
t tory ory ry The base running and fielding of ofwth atboth ofboth
both wth teams was wa a decided feature For Fort PorUme
a t time It looked as though Interior Interiorrould Interiorwould Interiorwould
would fall down but C c Wahler wasthere wasthere was washere
there with 1th the eo goods < vd The red men eon oonJnued 00 00Unued eonUntied
Untied a contender for the pennant pennantinly penaantonly pennantonly
only a noee behind the sturdy farmer farmerK
K > ys of Secretary S9cr tary Wilsons UIIOI horticul hortteulural horticultural horticultural
ural tural shop The score scoreIntwrtor coreIaterMr scoreInterior
Interior RHOAK R 11 OA E Navy RHOAE RHOAE1nbartlb R IIHOAXBsbatTh J 0 A E EBabart
1nbartlb Babart 2 i 4 2 1 likyoa Bryon If It 0 I 1 1ShOemerf I 0 0HM 0fikoemerlfO
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Totato TotalaOIflOT 6 27 7 Totals Totakl3flhl Totakl3flhlInterior 11ft 3 IT 11 I Imertor IIDterlor
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enor errorsInterior iron laterior 3 Nav NY > 3 1 L Left ft OR ba baHS baHSJfttfttor bases basesInterior M Mnt
Interior nt rktr 3 Nave C PINt bas N base oa balte baIUOft baIUOftW b4eOftWabler Off Offabl
W Wabler abl r 4 Struck out outSf By WaWr 11 by byDiray hyuy byMuicay
Muicay Diray 9 Twobase hits htuBanthrt Barnhart Sko Skoafcw Shoe Shoemaw Shoemake
maw afcw Wall WahIor 1 r and Dougherty Sacrincit SaerUlcehttI Sacrinc acriAcehitDisganne
httI hitDisganne it Dugamie > Stolen basea baseCarr seaOarr Carr Kipp and aadtoyon aJtd1k7oR andBryolt
1k7oR toyon Pa Passed d bails baU haIisXraft Kraft and Brwla BlWtBUmptreHaRdtboe 2 2Jmplre 2UmpireIiandtbOe
UmptreHaRdtboe Jmplre Handiboe Time Tt ot gam gameI 1 hour hourNOTES hourand hoersaid
and II mlDutttll mlDutttllNOTES minutesNOTES
The Tit fans gave the glad hand to Barn Barntart Barnhart Bernhart
hart tart for making a lightning plunge into intoight
ht field pulling down a long fly flyVithout fiyWlthout flyWithout
Without a seconds sec nds hesitation he he flashed flaahedhe a athe flashedthe
the he pellet to home plate catching Doughfrty Dougherty Dough Doughrty
frty frtyThe ertyThe rty rtyThe
The great catch of the day however howeveras howeverwas howeverwas
was as when Carr yanked down a mighty mightyma mhhtyamuh mightysmash
smash ma h to center Held off MoCarrens bat batThe bAtThe betThe
The jolly tars were going goI some In Inhe hithe Inthe
the he ninth when the lads in red got to toether together togather
gather ether and made a few dashes bui buiere bu buwere buwere
were ere held In check checkCollie checkCollie cheekCollie
Collie Welder was puszling from the theound
ound of the gong An eye ey opener came camen
n the sixth when three of Navys lads ladsHied Jad JadtlUed ladsfilled
filled the bags Nobody was out and andhe andthe ftd ftdthe
the he lads were ready to romp home homeiVahler bomeahler
ahler manfully struck out the next nexthree nextthree nextthree
three batters and saved his teammates teammatesrom
rom what would have been defeat defeatCarr defeatCarr t tCarr
Carr and Barnhart tied for batting battingtenors
tenors The fielders moved out when whenhey
came to the plate plateMurray platelIurnty plateMurray
Murray Navys twirler bad fairly fairlyrood
rood control but was poorly supported supportedCavys
team work was at times miser mlseribly
weak w > ak The sailors got nine nine hits off offilurray
Gane Ga ne at 4 oclock today Instead a a4M of
4M 4 II
Manager raba Lajole will take tfcr tfcrstraight UtratraJght three threestraight
straight from the Boston Bo tonclubKe tonclubKeItem club clubNwa clubNwaItem Kei KeiItem
Item in the Cleveland Plain Dealer D o oSunday at atSunday atSunday
Sunday Manager Lajole wan w s 1MwUy 1MwUywng bedjystung bad badstung
stung on that proposition propo lUon He afdn afdnonly f1ldnt f1ldntonly ddittonly
only get beat one but was shutout Ii Iithe 1ft 1ftthe Inthe
the bargain bargainFox barplnFox bargainFox
Fox Griffith is still UtI after men to HI HIup fill ftllup fillup
up hill depleted pitching staff The lat latact latt 1tusE
act t fish for which he h is angling ng so re reports ra rapor reportI
ports por so is Pitcher PitcherCharley Charley Nichols NicholsHardy NleholLHardy NicholsHardy
Hardy the young yOUng man who wa was given gfveia IrIvena
a tryout with the Nationals in t teary tJM tJMeary U Ueary
eary spring training and who was w late lateallowed later lateraJlowetl Itershowed
allowed to go to Providene Provlden e has been beetshowing beenshowing beenshowing
showing to great advantage in tha thatown that thattown thattown
town and has been pitching wonderful wonderfulball wond wonderfulball tul tulb
ball b 11
The Boston Do ton Nationals have hay not won a asingle angle asingle
single ngle game this th year from the th PlUs Pittsburgers Pit Pitburg PlUsburgers
burgers burgersIt burg burgIt
It is i rumored that the Boston Do oR Amen Americana Amencans merl merloan ¬
cans oan will release rei Hoey and Morgan Ker n for forlight forlight forlight
light hitting hittingFielder bltUIIgFJekler hittingFielder
Fielder Jones Jon of Chicago and Char Charley ChArley Charlay ¬
ley Jones Jon of our own team have y thelargest the t1elarge thelargest
largest t number of outfield assists aa lta four fourteen fourteen fourteen ¬
teen each eachFUtsbttrg eachPltwburg eachPlttaburg
FUtsbttrg has ba hasnot not been playing the thekind tIMkind thekind
kind of ball that wins IM pennant pennantthe says saysthe 1 1the >
the Plttaburg Press Pr and nd that thatI hi II IIpeelly es especlaily
peelly peclaily true since ne P Frets Clrke Clarke hs hsbn has hasbeen
I been bn out of the game gameThere gameThere
g gere
There ere is something methng missing in the theCleveland theCleveland
Cleveland Ceveland dub cub IY says aya Ski Sk Mercer Meer in the theNew theNew theNew
New York Globe Glb If I we knew we wewould wewould wewould
would tell Mr Lajoie Ljle for lie te f a nice nicefellow nicefellow
fellow felow and a grand xnd ball bl player The Theprincipal Theprincipal
principal np I fault faul seems m to lie 1 Clrer e in n lack of ofintelligent otntelKent ofIntelligent
intelligent rrl ntelKent base hM running and an an late infection Inte latelion ¬
tion of slow thinking thinkingI thinkingTere thinkingThere
I There Tere must be something Jethlng doing dong in inNome I IJm Insome
Nome Jm of these th minor min leagues leg or they theyer tn theynever
never er could euld stand this thisly suebseetoit of ofrainy
nter > a t
ry rainy ly Saturdays Stur not no to speak ak of bolt holiday h boltdays ¬
day dayScience d days daysScience
Science Seee now nw declares de that the tl sting of ofa ota ofa
a bee b wilt wl cure rhetumUMm Tip Tp for forConnie forConnie
Connie Cni Machete Ma sign s rM a bee M for Rube RubeBOXING I IBOXIG RubeBOXING
Unless Unl something sthig unforeseen untore happens happensAl
Al I Kuftman tm and Tommy Tomy Burns Bum will willmeet w1 willmeet
meet mM for tO twenty t etT rounds round in Los Angeles Angelesthe Angelesthe
the t latter lattr part pt of August AU t Manager Mgr Mc McCarey > lc lcCarey c cCr
Carey Cr of the t club has h been b in com communication cm cmmunlU cornmunlcatlon ¬
munication munlU with wih Bob Bb Deady Dy Kauff Kauffmaas Kut iCauffmans
mans m manager in I the th East Et and a the theterms te tet thetenni
terms t have been b accepted acceptedEddie apte apteEie acceptedddie
Eddie Eie ddie Carter Crter of Germantown Oemto will willI wl willtry
I try t conclusions elWI with wtb Kid X Parker Prker the thehardhitting thehAr thehardhitting
hardhitting hAr hltn < Chicago Cl o boxer bxEr tomorrow torw in hiPhiladelphia inPhlapi inPhiladelphia
and andwill adi andwill
Philadelphia Phlapi Bth are sluggers uggr
will i probably pbly furnish f1lh a hot ht bout bt Kid KidStinger KidStnKer KidStinger
Southwark Eddie EddieLenny EddieLenny
Stinger StnKer of Suthwk meets me Edl
Lenny Ly for to the t featherweight therweght champion championship ChMp championship ¬
shp ship of o Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaGus Pela PelaGu PennsyvsntaGus
Gu Gus B B Besenab cenah the Cincinnati CnennU feather featherweight fetl featherweight ¬
weight welht is i hot after ater the th scalp RJp of Jimmy JimmyWalsh JimmyWelsh
Walsh Wlal of Boston D Praakto Frk Nelli N eUi or o Abe AbeAtteJl AbeAtteil
AtteJl At81 Gas G is willing wlml to t meet met any of ofthese ofthese
these the for CI any distance cltc John Jon J Ryan Ryanthe Ry Ryanthe
the plunger pIUKI believes ble Gus can deliver deliverth deliverthe
th the goods and ad stands I ready redy it I is said saidto s saidto
to put g up the tl th coin e to secure sure the O match matchBenny meh mehDfty matchBenny
Benny Dfty Yanger and andK andKid Kid Herman 1emn have haveposted hye hyeforei haveed
posted ed forfeits forei for appearance ao at t In Inround Indlnpb Indianapolta
dlnpb dianapolta o ost AU August 1 II lo for a ft fifteen fifteenround
round rD bout boutKM bt btK boutKid
KM K Dalton Dt the t Los L Angeles lM boxer boxerwho bxe boxerwho
who gave Caesar Cnl Attell Atel K a severe vere drub drubbing dnh dnhbng drubbing ¬
bing bng at t Los L Angeles An81 Saturday Su Satur4y y night nightis J eightis nt
is I going gon after atr the best st boys bys In his bl class classHe c cH classHe
He H would wol like to meet met Tommy Murphy MnrphySpike MurphySpike orphy orphySpike
Spike Robon Rob Frankie Prankl Neil Nel or Tommy TommyOTooIe Tmy TmyOToole TommyOTooie
OTooIe of Philadelphia PhiladelphiaJoe Pnadelpbla PnadelpblaJ0 PhiladelphiaJoe
Joe J0 Choynski Chyu one oe of the cleverest clveet old oldtimers od odUmen oldtimers
timers Umen Is I looking lookng for fo a tight ftgt and ad is isnot J isnot
not particular prUeular who gives it I to him hm He Hesays Heay Hesays
ay says he h Is II stronger stnge I than ever ve has lost lostnone 10t 10tnne lostnone
none nne of his bl ring generalship genelship or hitting hittingpowers hittingpwel hittingpowers
powers and an if any ay of the fighters ft8ter in inhis 1f Inhis
his pwel hi division dlvt o doubt him they Ut can C have a amatch amc amatch
match mc on o a winner wnner take tke all al basis b any anytime ay aytme anytime
time tme they will l meet me him Get the te hook hookMGINNITY hok hokMGINNITY hookMGINNITY
PITTSBURG PITTBUG Pa July 2SJoe 2 36 Jo Joe Mc McGinnlty McGinnity MeCinnity
Ginnlty pitcher for the New York Yok base baseball b banebail ¬
ball bl team te who wb was W arrested arrte at Exposi Exposition Exp Expositioet ¬
tion Park rk yesterday etery during durnar the game gamelietween gamebetween
between hetee the Pittsburg Pttbrg and an New York Yorkteams Yok YokteO Yorkteems
teams teO after le a nstic fUc encounter enente with withHeine withHems 1th I
Hems Hene Peitz Petz catcher ctcer for the Pittaburg Pittaburgclub PUtg PUtgIub PIttsburgclub
club Iub did not Dt appear spr for fu a hearing at Al Allegheny Allegheny 1 1ltey ¬
ltey legheny central etrl police pie station ltUo this morn morning mor mornIng ¬
William A Hadneld Hadnelddeclared Hadlielddeclared
ing and an Magistrate MAgtrte Wlam A Hald Halddc
declared dc dar that tht he had b forfeited fOlCeUe his l de deposit deptt deposit ¬
posit ptt of 9SO 9SOHe 100He
He H was o charged cb with wt disorderly dldrly eon eonduct eondut conduet
duct ductA dut duetA
dutA A A largs la crowd crd was W present pMt at the te po police p police ¬
lice l court curt many my being b baseball bbsJ fans fanswho rI fanswho
who wh expected exptel an nf exciting exl event evet Secre Secretary Sr Secretary ¬
tary tr Knowles Knwl of the te New York Yo team teamdid ten tenc teamdid
did c not nt put In an a appearance ape nor did didany di didany
any other oUe baseball official otl apapar apaparAMATEUR apr aprAMATEUR apeparAMATEUR
Positively Positvely no attention attenton paid pad to tocommunications t tcommuoattons tocommunioationn
communications commuoattons written wtn on both bothsidea bot botsde bothn1do
sidea sde n1do of the te paper If It is not worth worthtwo wrh wrhto worthtwo
two to sheets of paper and d a little lttle care careit cae caeit careIt
it Is not worth worh printing1 printing1The prtg prtgTh prlntitigThe
The Th tnedon Lnt baseball bbl team wants wantsgames wnts wntspme wantsgames
with all teams In the District DistrictMaryland DlatrlctMarJ DistrictMaryland
games pme al
Maryland MarJ wth d and Virginia The lineup lineupKrsklne lineupEMlkine lineupErekine
Krsklne Bttddington and Anderson AndersonD AndersonP1el
D Phelp P P1el lpi e c Buddington and Anderson AndersonIb
Ib ii Baker 2b 1b b Gibson 3b Thomas ThomasFS
FS I Hays it If f Brooke cf Roberts and andAnderson andndprson andAnderson
Anderson ndprson rf Address Thomas Gibson Glbsoai Gibsonjangdon Gibsonjangdon
i jangdon P C
Catarrh cannot be washed awa away with sprays inhalations and such sucheatment
eatment nor can it be smoked out with medicated tobacco cigarettes etc etcWhen eteVhen
When you attempt to cure Catarrh with such things you are wasting time timend
nd allowing the impurities and poisons in the blood which produce the thelisease
to get so firmly rooted as to become not only a disgusting trouble troubletut
tut a very dangerous one The annoying symptoms of ringing noises in inhe
he ears hawking and spitting headaches mucus dropping back into intohe
he throat impairment of the senses of taste and smell and a feeling of ofgeneral
general debility prove that there is a deepseated cause for Catarrh This Thisause
is a polluted and unhealthy condition of the blood and the disease diseaseannot
be cured until this is removedTJ removed The only way to get rid of Catarrh Catarrhermanently
> is to purify the blood and S S S is the ideal remedy for forhis
his purpose It soon clears the system of all impurities purges the blood bloodf
> f all catarrhal catarr al matter and poisons p poisons ison and effectually checks the progress of ofhis
disgusting and farreaching disease S S S puts the blood in perfect perfectirder
and as this pure healthy blood goes to every nook and corner of ofhe
he body Catarrh C tarrh is permanently cured Book with icioenration iclarn tion about aboutlatarrh aboutatarrh
and any medical edical advice desired without charg2 charg2THE charg2THE charg2THE
Yesterday Y Result ResultBlank ROMItDlaak Roesitto
Blank forfeited ° to Cowboys CowboysBlanks n Caen Mt MtBlanks c cDlaab
Blanks t Duplex DuplexStanding DuplexStanding t tStanding
Standing of the Clot ClotPressmen Clubs Clu1Mlw Clubsw
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Cowboys 11 j 4 711
P Pressmen Presstn = I JiOI 711JiOI 30
fihileks I a alnvA i
Duplex lnvA I n ai aiMARQUETTE 104MARQUETTE
Yesterdays Result ReaulLSC RMUltit ResultSt
SC St Dominic DoiaICHO1y 4 H jy Kama X 1eee 4 iStanding 4Standing 4Standing
Standing ef the th Clubs ClwUSt CIte9orz ClubsStPa4jleks
Y w i L Pet Petw
5L 5LImmaculate
St StPa4jleks StPa4jleksImmaculate orz Patricks n w I
Immaculate ImmaculateSt I I ir re
St St Dominies I s I iI 513
Trinity 7 7I g m
St Peters s sHoly sHoly T
Todays TodaysGame TodaysGameMemorial Game GameMemorial t tMemorial
Memorial vm BaHies BalticiStanding BaHiesStanding 4 4I 4Standing
Standing of the Club ClubMemorials ClublI
I W v J L Ijet IjetMeteorlais Pet PetJoemortaJa
Memorials MemorialsHighlanders 7 7H 0 0Ilighianders 14M
Highlanders HighlandersEpiphany H hlander5 I s m mE 7nElphany
Epiphany EpiphanyWashington E phafty 9 I MI errhtnlt
Washington 1 ashington htnlt B C CChrist 2 f jChrist a
Christ Church ChurchBaltics 1 1 443 1 1Oalttc uzBaltic
Baltic 0 0 2 009 009CENTRAL X XCENTRAL
CENTRAL J JYesterdays IYesterdays jYesterdays
Yesterdays Result ResultLafayette ResultLafayette J JLatJQPette
Lafayette 5 Kewberfjs 3 3Standing 3 3Standing 3Standing
Standing of the Clubs ClubsLafayette Cll1b1w Clubsw
W L Pet PetTwentyfive PetLataette PetLafayette
Lafayette LafayetteAmericans LafayetteAmericans X 1800 1800AJlterleaa
Americans AmericansQuicksteps J 1 M MQuI 11Quickatepa
Quicksteps QuickstepsKewbergs QuI < luIt 1 1I i 1 600 600Newberp oo ooXewberga
Kewbergs KewbergsRenos 3 I 401 401R 4oi 4oiRenos
Renos RenosResslyns R eDOfl I 1 I m 333 333Ressiyns
Resslyns 1 3 Z6J Z6Je 33SWesterns
Westerns e tems 1 1l 1LUNA Ia3 Ia3I Ia3LUNA I
Twentyfive Children to toTake toTake toTake
Take in Amusements AmusementsFriday AmusementsFriday AmusementsFriday
Friday FridayRESULT FridayRESULT FridayRESULT
William Mu Musser sr Winner of Second SecondPrizoj SndPrize SecondPrize
Prizoj Prize Donates His Tickets Ticketsfe TicketsfePleasure fee ferPlAasure feePleasure
Pleasure of Young Y OUR Peepl PeeplT PoepheTwentyfive Pd ple pleTwentyfiv
Twentyfiv T entyftve children will be given Ivee an anouting 8 anouting n nOUUAJ
outing and day of pleasure ure at Luna LunaPark LunaPark LunaPark
Park Friday under oder the a1 auspices of th thAssociated thA I h hAssociated
Associated A Charities Several Interests Interestshave Interesthaye tnisrestmhave
have combined to make the outing a amemorable amemorable amemorable
memorable one for the little ones onesPrimarily oneLPrimarily onesPrimarily
Primarily it is one on of the results of oftbe ofthe ofthe
the amateur camera came contest recently recentlyheW recent recentheld recentlyheld
held at the Park P k In that contest Will Willlam WillIam Willlast
lam Musser U8er of 1401 1 Eleventh street streetnorthwest streetnorthwest trfet trfetnortht
northwest was the winner of second secondprice MtConoiprlse secomiprise
price which was a certificate good for mrit
100 it rides on the carrousel Mr Musser Musseldonated Musserdonated Musserdonated
donated this for f r the benefit of an ouf oufing o out outleg t tInK
InK for twentyfive children at t the thepark theVUk thepark
park parkGeorge VUkaeor parkGeorge
George aeor e H Gill manager anager of the nark narkhas Darkhu nerkline
has added to this thl pleasure re gift to the thechildren thecbtldren thechildren
children privileges of entertainment at atseveral ateveral atseveral
several other amusements so that the thelittle theUttl6 thelIttle
little ones have a great t deal to look lookforward lookorard lookforward
forward to at the end of the week weekThe weekThe weekThe
The management maJUl entent of the Washington WashingtonAlexandria WualnxtonAlexandria WashingtonAlexandria
Alexandria and Mt t Vernon Railway RallwayCompimy RailwayCompl1ny RailwayCompany
Company has also entered e tered into the thespirit thespirit thespirit
spirit of the affair trail and will grant re reduced re4 re4duce reduoed ¬
duce rates rat to the little excursionists excursionistsBesides excursionistsBesides excursIonistaBesides
Besides being beln served with a a bountiful bountifullunch bountifullunch bountifullunch
lunch In tjie 1 e dining room at the park parkthe parkthe parkthe
the little ones will 111 have an opportunity opportunityto
to 1Ie e > and enjoy the antics of the thefamous thelamouli thefamous
famous He Hoe Haw Maud mule muleplainly muleOFF mule3oFF
3oFF 3oFFplaInly OFF OFFplainly
plainly marked price prices of all emits emitsand Bultsand suitsand
and separate trousers trousersto trousers2PltC trousers2Pleie
2PltC Suits values alus up upto 5 0 0
to 1500 1500 While they last laatLOEB lastLOEBCO
621 Pa P Ave AveOhr AveOhr Ave01w
Ohr Heurich Brewing Coj CojPurity Co CoPnrUy CoPurity
Purity and Excellence ExcellenceTeso Excellencerheso ExcellenceThese
These Beveragos Stand on Their TheirOwn TheirOwn I IOwn
Awarded wardea Gold Medal for Parity Pur1trAnd Purityand j jand
and Excellence txc Dence at Liege iecre 1z 1z1051110n lizposition z zposition <
position Belgium Belgiumrar Del BelgiumWhone 1um 1umnrhone
nrhone rar lione West 34 for a Case Casehe Canhe CaseThe
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