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equaled the senior nl r track and field fieldrhamplonshlps fieldhamplonflhll fieldhamptonehlpe
rhamplonshlps of the Amateur Athletic AthleticUnion Athleticrnlon Athletictnlon
Union of the United States Stat attracted attractedbig It Itbig abig
big gathering of spectators to Trover TroverIsland TraversIsland
Island lslaP < l where the Hf fifteen teen events were weredecided weredecided I Idecided
decided today under the atutpieee of the theNew t theNew e eNew
New York Athletic Club dubThe ClubThe clubThe
The point score trophy was won wonb wonbth by bythe bythe
the th local Irish IrishAmerican American Athletic Club Clubwhich Clubwhich Clubwhich
which earned sixtythree point the theNew theNew theNew
New York Athletic Club beta 1tCII 1tCIIwith bping second secondwith secondwith
with thirtyeight and the Chicago Chlea o Ath Athletic Athietie AthIttie ¬
letic Association oeJation wa wall next ext with thirteenWeight thirteen thirteenWeight thlrt thlrtWelzht
Weight Men Carry Day DayThe DayThe DayThe
The Irish Club carried the day prin principally principally principally ¬
cipally through throu h its strong tron men in the theweight theweight I Iweicht
weight events Sheridan 5Mrtd n won the discus dtecuathrow discusthrow
throw and two of his h clubmatee flntohed flntohedsecond ftheftecond flaishedsecond I
second and third The club furnished furntehedthe turalMedthe furnishedthe
the first rst three in the 66pound pound weight weightcontest weightcontest llCht llChtcontut
contest and in the hammer throw it got gotflrst ptOr gotliret
flrst Or t and third with Champion John J JFlanagan JFlanagan JFlanagan
Flanagan and R J Sheridan SheridanThe SheridanThe
The Chicago Athletic Association Aa oeIation had hadtwo hadtwo hadtwo
two winners and one second Leroy LeroySam LeroySam LeroySamm
Samm Sam who has vaulted 12 1 feet 4 4laches ofIDehN 4Inches
Inches being bela < < first in the pole vault J JW JW JtV
W Patterson winning the high Jump jumpnd jumpndJoaeph and andJoseph andJoseph
Joseph Maleolmson Malcolm n second over the low lowhurdles lowhurdles lowhurdles
hurdles In the latter event Frank FrankWaller FrankWller FrankWaller
Waller of the Chicago A A was run running runnlnl running ¬
ning well but he fell over a a hurdle hurdleturning hurdleturnlnK hurdleturning
turning into the stretch when he was wasclosely wa waclo wasclosely
closely clo ely pressing re lnK Hillman the winner winnerHahn wtnnerHahn winnerHahn
Hahn Net If et in Form FormArchie FermArchie FormArchie
Archie Hahn Ha n the Milwaukee flyer who whowon whowon whowon
won Olympic honors in the 106yard 106yardsprint leoyardsprint INyardsplint
sprint at Athens four months ago P wan wannot w wnot wasnot
not in good form today toda He failed to toqualify toquaJlfy toqualify
qualify in his trial for the short print sprintand printand rlt rltand
and later on he h was shut hut out In the final finalheat ftnalh finalheat
heat h at of the S 330yard yard run being beln nipped nippedby nippedby jp jpby
by a few inches for third place placeNigel placellIel placeN1gel
Nigel llIel Barker the Australian AUlJtraUariaprtnter AUlJtraUariaprtnterdid sprinter sprinterdid sprinterdid
did not start in the 100 but saved eel him himself hlmBelt himself ¬
self for the longer l nger sprint in which he hefailed hefaUiNI hefailed
failed to qualify qualifyEnglish qualifYEDglish qualifyEnglish
English Runner Repeats RepeatsWilliam RepeatslIIlalft RepeatsWilliam
William lIIlalft Nelson the English Bngll runner runnerwho runnerwho runnerwho
who won the Junior livemile won the thefivemile Uter thefivemile
fivemile r U Mice ee He ran in the colors color of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Pastime A A C of New York but butwas butu butwas
was u only allowed to compete as unat unattached unattached unattached ¬
tached tachedThis tachedThis tachedThis
This was a very disappointing race raceGeorge raceOeoorare raceGeorge
George V BonJag BOI ag of the IrishAmeri IrishAmerican Irl hAmerJ hAmerJcca ¬
can Athletic Club had the event as asgood asgood asgood
good M won after finishing the second secondmile MOOndmile secondmile
mile in M41 > > Ot In the following lap he helost htloJtt h1lost =
lost th thu shoe HO < oft ot his right foot and andafter andafter andafter
after goto going fully tun half a mil Mile with one onefoot Hetoot onetoot
toot bare he stepped to replace rePl ce the shoe shoeTlls shoeTlls shoeTtIs
Tlls cost co t him the tow of more than thanonefifth thnonttth thanonef
onefifth onef tth of a mile as the t e JCngltahnuui Rnglishmanbeat JCngltahnuuib XngURhnUUbt
bt b t him out by b almost a lap of the thefivelap theIhla1 thefloptap
fivelap track trackCoe trackCae trackCoc
Coe Delivers Goods GoodsWesley GoodsWeaIy GoodsWesley
Wesley W r Coe of the University of ofMichigan oCorlchlpn ofAflchlgan
Michigan who w o holds the worlds orlds record recordfor recordto recordor
for to or putting the Impound shot was un unable u unble unable ¬
able to live up to his record of 49 t feet feetlnche < Slneheli 4lnehel
lneheli lnche but he won out with 44 feet 104Inches 104 104Inch 1 1In4hH
Inch Inches Just fiv live inches better ett8r than Denis DenisHorgan DenialHorn DenisHorgan
Horgan the > former form r worlds champion championwho championho championwho
who ho finished secondrlumraartea second secondSummaries cond condunmarlea
Summaries Running broad Jump JumpWon juMPn JnmpWpn
Won n by Meyer Prinstein Prln teln IrlehAmeriean IrlehAmer IrishAmerican IrlehAmerican ¬
ican A C 22 feet feet t et 4 4S inches J T Thoney TJahony TDiahoney
Jahony honey N Y A A C SI feet 4 434 inches inchestecond InchesflCond Inchestecond
tecond J F Cronin Shawmut A CBoston C CBoston CBoRton
Boston 21 1 feet 2iaeheat Bgehes lnche third thirdThrowing thirdihrowl thirdThrowing
Throwing ihrowl Wp IIlHtund und weight welghtVon weightWonJohn Won by byJohn byJohn
John J Flanagan IrishAmerican A C CIS
35 5 feet 7 inches It J Sheridan Irish IrishAmerican IrlshAr IrishAmerican
American Ar eMCan A C Z feet t t Itt 1 inches Inchesond M Mond IH IHontl
ond M F Horr IrlehArnerlcwn Irl bAmerlc n A ASI C
31 feet feet fu t third third230yard thirdlUd
230yard 2Oyard lUd run runFinal Final heat won by bL b y R RX nL ItL
L to Young U I rubAmerican Jrlsh American A C Law Lawson Lawson fI fI80n
son Robertson Robertson IrltihAmorioan Irlllh mMlcan A C Ceeoond cnd CtIeaond
eeoond nd L 1 B Stevens Stev a N Y A a c third thirdArchie UNrdArcble thirdArcble
Arcble Hahn Milwaukee A C c fourth fourthTime tourthItme fourthIse
Time Ise e2t a St StThrowing 2 21hrowlnc ilRThrowing
Throwing the dlwww dkousWon Won by It Martin MartinJ
J Sheridan IrishAmerican Irls AlYtorlCAn A C O OContinued IX IIIContinued j jContinued
Continued on Fourth Page PaJeI
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Sanders Great Pitching and Zannellis T Tyo yo Miscues Re Responsible Responsible ¬ i isponsible
sponsible for Agricultures Victory Victoryi VictoryMess Mess ess Plays PlaysSensational PlaysSensational PlaysSensational
Sensational Game GameGame Game Won on Merit
ZaJMettf tw tWO errors at critical periods periodscounted I IcouJIIM Icoupled
counted with ith wwrterful erflll twining wI by bySanders bySander i 1 1that
Sanders Sa of the Agricultural rlettltural crew fv fvtb lave lavetMt
tb that t aggregation Uon Its second victory over overtbe oyertlte overthe
the Immaculate Conception I p on lads yester yesterday yeaterdAy yesterday ¬
day afternoon an rnoon at American League Park Parkin Parkn I IIn
in n the second game of the District am amateur amateur ¬ i
ateur teur championship serifs aerie by 2 to 0 0Immediately OImlMdlattQ 0Immediate
Immediately aftv aft r the tfte championship championshipgame championshipgame I
I game the Columbia Athletic Club de defeated defeated ¬
feated St Stephens on the same grounds groundsby poUDdaby groundsby
by 1 to X thus th tying the Atlantics for forthe fort forthe
the t Capital City League honors and andnecessitating andfteH8ltaUU andneceaitatleg
necessitating a game between the two twolatter we I
latter teams t to decide which shall ban repre represent re reHnt represent ¬
sent the organisation In I the District Districtseries DtrletKrlea Districtseries
series The Thee game will be played Monday Mon Monday Ion Ionday ¬
day dayClose dayCINe dayClore
Close Game Throughout ThreegbeatThe
The contest was exciting xettl throughout throughouti throutrhoutand throughoutand
i and the closeness cloaeneuoC of tbe result best tell tellt tells tellsoC tellsI
I t of the manner in which the two two t rival rivalteams I I Itea Iteams
teams tea strived for honors hono Although the theDepartmental tMDepartmental thei theiDepartmental
Departmental team won it only did so soI n nafter f fafter
I after one of the hardest uphill fights it ithas It Itl Itlhas I IUJI
has had during the present p t season HtUI ft and andbut i ihut jbut
but for the fact that the winning wlnnln < < pitcher pitcherhad pitcherhad i
had the better backing baekln up the affray affraywould alha j jwould iwould
would have gone into extra innings Innln for forit forIt i iIt
it was wa only on miscues me that the Farmers Farmerswere Farmersj Farmersjwre Farmerwere
were able to cross the counting Mock MockGaJlegher ltIockGa11 blockGatiogher
GaJlegher Ga11 Mr tbe Marquette Karquetteplteber pitcher who whomade whomede whomade
made the record of o nineteen rtrikeouts rtrikeoutsin
in that league lea < < Ue was touched up for a atotal atotal atotal
total of nine nl hits IUs flu which hlch were kept keptwell keptW keptwell
well W n scattered > > Ca ttered no more than two t 0 being beingmade beln beingmade
made in any one session He gave but butone hutone butone I
one base IML e on balls ban Sander Zanderin allowed but butthree butl butthree
three l ret safe fe hits issued four pauses pausesheaved PIUl passesheaved
heaved wildly once and JHI hit a man manSeveral manveral manSeveral
Several veral times he appeared to be stuck stuckbut Ittuekhut stuckbut
but good 0Dd coaching eo chlng and team work pre prevailed prevalled ¬ l lvanlttl
vailed and he invariably pulled him himelf himHIt himself
HIt elf out of the mire The three hits hitsand hilaand hitsand
and one ball which was captured by byHoffman byHoffman byHoffman
Hoffman In left field were the only onlyones onlynoes onlyones
ones which the Immaculate could get getoutside setoutakle getoutside
outside of the diamond diamondMess dImondMeN diamondMess
Mess Was the Star StarBraggttr StarDranU StarBrsggetts
Braggttr great reat work behind IMblnd the bat batwas bIltwa batwasa
was wa wasa a big factor in keeping down the theruns lheruns theruns
runs of his hi opponents opponents as was also thatof that thatof thator
of Mess HS on third The little Immaculate Immaculatethird i ithird I Ithird
third appeared to be everywhere at atonce atonee atonce
once A number of times he ran almost almostto
to second base and snatched in what whatought whatOUlt whatougrt
OUlt ought to have been clean hits and gotthem got gotthem gotn
them n m over over to first from dit difficult lcult poet positions r poettions l ltlons ¬
tions in plenty of time to get et the run runner runnero runner ¬
ner Goodman who ho replaced Rip Rlfcon ton at atfirst atftrat atfirst
first after the fourth Inning was another anotherto notherto
to rut ut up a good 0041 article of ban teal His Hisscooping Hisi Hisscooping
i scooping in of low mean throws was wasdecidedly wasdeekledly wasdecidedly
decidedly a feature Winston Taylor Taylorand TAyJorand Taylorand
and Wiley of the Aggies carried off offthe ot otthe offthe
the baiting bA tt honors with two neat neat at singles aincleaapiece aln singlesapiece l lapiece
apiece Agriculture won the game and andwon andOft andwren
won Oft on merits but the feature work workwas workfIta workwas
was was fIta easily Iy captured by the younger youngerartists younceIarUl8 youngerartists
artists artistsIn arUl8In artistsIn
In the very first spasm the loners lonersstarted I losersstarted ra rastarted
started off ot well wtnby by mowing down their theirolder theirolder theirolder
older rival = 4rt 4 order Taylor for Agri Agriculture AgrlI Agriculture ¬
I culture pounded a nasty foul over by bythe bythe bythe
the third base bleachers but a beautiful beautifulcatch beautlulcatch beautifulcatch
catch by M4st Meee + a sent him to the bench benchA benehA benchA
A moment later Mess dq got a high one oneoff Ifteft oneeft
off ft Hoffmans bat and Rlston got over overto overto overto
to first with Webers Weber grounder Just In Inside Inside Inaide ¬
side the line Sanders hit Mess who whowas whowas 00 00wu
was first up for Immac Limburgerwaited Limburger Ltmburgorwaited Limburgerwaited
waited was rewarded went to second secondon secondon econdOft
on Zannellfs single 8In I and landed on third thirdon thirdon thirdon
on Brennans out from fro Sanders to Doyle DoyleThe DoyleThe DoyleThe
The Farmer twirler got busy however howeverand howeerand howeverand
and shut them out for the time by bypunching byjtuftchln bypunching
punching GallegherThe Gallegher GaUegherThe GallegherThe
The Farmers Score ScoreWinston ScoreInaton ScoreWinston
Winston Inaton led off ot in the second by flying fiyingto flyingto fiylng fiylngto
to Limburger Wiley Vile hit safely tely and andwent andwent andwent
went to second on Doyles Dyle bingle Then Thenoccurred Thenoceurred Thenoccurred
occurred the little incident which gave gavethe 8aethe gavethe
the winners the first tally Rose smashed smash smashed smashed ¬
ed into what should sh ld have been an easy easydouble eAs eAsdouble Aeaydouble
double Zannelli got the formers ground grounder groundtouched ¬
er touched second retired Doyle and andin andIn andIn
in attempting to double Rose on first firstthrew firstthrew firstthrew
threw wild to the stands allowing Wiley Wileyto Wileyto Wileyto
to count Brown filed to Brennan For ForImmaculate ForImmacula ForImmaculate
Immaculate te Mess ess drew a a pass but was waau waaI
caught eulf t trying to steal teal Hsndlbse called calledstrikes ealiedstrikes i itrlkH
strikes on Limbjirgor lJttIr Lhp ncor er and Winston Winstonnabbed Win Winstonnabbed I
q1tb nabbed Zannellis t akyItCCapeCwu skyscraperThere skyscraper skyscraperThere
There was nothing more doing in the theMcorfn theJIeOJ1q theseorlM
Mcorfn Hue after that until th the heal nnalround aIroun healroun4
round roun roun4 In the fourth things did look tookblack lookblack lookblack
black for the losers 10M for a while hlle but butOallegher ltutOaUelfhr butegh
Oallegher egh r saved vec1 a larger for margin agnlnst agnlnsthim aglnsthim ag + n t thim
him by forcing Doyle to hit to short and andfanning andfa andfn
fanning fa fn aNn nl Rove with itJa men tin second andthird and andthird IUIdtblrd
third From then th until tho tn eighth with withone witltOfte withone
one exception exC pUon neither cocii set et a man manst manpNst n nJIJIat
JIJIat st first In n the eighth ei < < ltth wlh lh I h on one down downebor clo > n nWebr nWeb
Web Webr ebor r hit safely aIeJ and on Bmggett BmggettpasMi Braggettspatens
patens 1 ball took k third bu bur died there thereIn thereIn thereIn
In the last session l the winners scored scoredthe IIeOrecithe scoredthe
the second and last t run of the gun game on ongannellis Oftnnm onZnnnelllI
gannellis nnm second offense ot which gave gaveRose gveROffe gpveRose
Rose a life Brown laid Jbwn wn a neat neatbunt neatbunt Ieatbunt
bunt which hlch advanced Rote fto to second secondThe HrOndThe secondThe
The runner Iter reached home on Taylors Taylorssecond Taylorsscod taylorshit
second hit Immaculate 1 te was All n lIlt t dan dangerous danPfOIIJ dangerous ¬
gerous In n its u half of the t Mat as = Th Thscore The TheJIIaIue Thescore
score scoreIwmae
JIIaIue te R 1C O A K Asrte AsrteNI r X RHO H O OA A E EMen BXeaa > ti tiMess
Men Ib 1 140 I 4 0 Taylor cf 1 1 1MMM 1 0 1LbaegurK1 0L
L LbaegurK1 K 1 1 1Za 0 MMM If 51 l lZftOftUi I 1 1ZaneW
ZftOftUi Za UL M 1 1 14 1 4 4JkeIutaaet 2 Weber e 1 1 1BttMMMIef 4 1 1lreeaseef
BttMMMIef 11 1 1 I WUMtoM WtneIunfb 0 2 t tWltey 2 1 1Gkghsp
Gkghsp 0 p I i I I ILtIdeum Wltey M 1 J 2 2DoyK 1 1Lthiewnrt
LtIdeum Lthiewnrt pC pCXear 1 1 1 1 Doyley lb 1 1 1Moore 111 1 1 1Meal
Moore Meal Sta 1 1 SI I I IBrpu eRoM Rose > rf 1 1 e 1 1 1 1BVsMt 1B
BVsMt B gent c I 1 4 fRMto MBnwft linwa Jb 1l 1 1RtStCM I a 1 1Rknto
RtStCM Rknto lb 11 I IasnMiiilb < BeesNea p 0 1 1 a e eadngelb
asnMiiilb 0 lb 101 s tatfl1 I
H Total I ItfW 911 f2 1 1Tbtate 1Totals
Totals 13271 13271lmmsesiate BSMS atfl1Jall i iAxrtewltwv
lmmsesiate Jall te teAa 1 1AarMdtup
Axrtewltwv Aa lt 1 1 0 0 0First 01 1 I 1 lt ltFlnt 12First
First tea limp by errors errorAgriculture Agriculture Agrkttlt t 2 Left Lefton Leton Lefton
on bne LrricuHure lt1lre 7 Immaculate JlftlRe JlftlReJIIrft ImmaculateFirst t tFim
First late aft ft baJte bansoft I Off Sanders 1IIa 4 oK a < < Gallsgher Gal GJbigher
bigher 1 Struck out outBy Br Sanders ra M by byOcllachor b bOaIIaciMr byOallaahcr
Ocllachor 4 Sacrifice n1 hits blan bitsWley Wiley Brown BrownStolen Browntol Browntitolen
Stolen tol b bMlflOaIRher > Oaltofthcr Unthkatm Hit by bypltcber b bpttetatrcf bytcperlml
pltcber pttetatrcf Je Wild pitch pttehtlAMers Sanders Passed Passedball PIt PItballBrfIi Paeesballflrt
ballflrt ball ballBrfIi Brf 2 ett tt < < Umptww UmptNIIE E Haadiboo HaDd and atxtBc aNBHcM andBerger
Bc Berger r Time TI of giunc JIUIle1 1 hour and 45 min minutes minute wh whutm ¬
utes ute Attendance AU AUIEASTERr AttendanceI10 AttendanceI10EASTERN me meEASTERN
At Jersey Jer y City Cltyl1rt1t First game ame
R H E ENewark ENewark ENewark
Newark 010 6 e 1 111011 0 ft1 1 4 4Jersey 4Je 2 2Jerpey
Jersey Je City 111011112 1 1 1 8 x xI 4 1 1Batteries II 1BatteriesCarrick 1 1BatterletlCarrlck
Batteries BatterletlCarrlck Carrick and Shea Sh Moran Moranand Moranand foran foranancl
and Yandergrift YandergriftSecond Yanc1ersrlftSecond ti nndergrlftSecond
Second t h
game hR
R RHE RHENewark H E ENewark ENewark
Newark 2 21111110b lll sftS 2 1 1Jersey 1J 1Jersey
J Jersey flsey City 0110 1 t 2 0 0 0104 1 t4 4 9 4 4Batteries 4Batterl8tFerUch 4BatteriesFertsch
Batteries Batterl8tFerUch Fertsch and Stange McCpnn Mc McCann tle tleCnn
Cnn and Vandergrift VandergriftAt
At Providence Pr ProvidenceFirst vldeneePtr First t game
R TT H 1 1Baltimore ft ftBaltimore EBaJtlmor
Baltimore OI20oe0I t 1 1 i 0 f t6 i tI S SProvidence Srrovldenco 2 2rrovldenco
rrovldenco 1410 4ft62dttxHi 4 t s 3111 x6 12 12Batteries 12BattorllItIOft I IBatterieeMsson
BattorllItIOft Batteries Mason and Hearne McCloskey Mc McCloekey tlc tlcClo
Cloekey Clo key and Barton BartonSecond Dartonnd BartonSecond
Second nd game
R H EBaltimore E EBaltimore EaJUnt
Baltimore aJUnt r 920 820U8Q003 809 ft 003 7 7Providence 7Proidence 2 2Providence
Providence i I iI 9 III i 9 110 ft0 4 a aBatteries 3 3BatterleeDurcheU 3BatteriesIiurchell
Batteries BatterleeDurcheU Burchell and Byers Cron CronIn CronIn Cronn
In n and Barton BartonAt nartonAt BartonAt
At Rochester Roehe RochesterFirst terFlrst First game ame RHE RHEMontreal RHElentreal sHE sHEA
Montreal 99 A OM 0 18 I IRecheeier 919 1 L 8 002 e O K iltelJter 2 2Rochester
Rochester ltelJter 29990098613 2 9 I e 0 0 e 1613 6 2 2Batteries 2B4tfrStanley 2BslttprlesStanley
Batteries B4tfrStanley Stanley and Klttredge KlttredgeHughes IlttredgoHughes KittredgoHughes
Hughes and nd Doran DoranSecond DoranS DoranSecond
Second S ond game gam T114 RHE RHEMontreal RHEMontreAl
Montreal 9999100001 00 I 1100001 110 0 40 40Rochester 4 9 9Rochester 0Rqeheetor
Rochester 9990090009 0800900 0 010 0 0 0 000 oe 3 4 4Batteries 4Batt 4BattqrtesBarger
BattqrtesBarger Batteries Batt rlesBargr Bargar and Dillon Grubb Grubband Grubbnel Grubband
and nel Steelman SteelmanAt
At Buffalo ButtaJaFlrst First game
RHE RHEToronto RHETorontc I HE HEToronto
Toronto 0 0 0 9 8 0 0 2 02 0 6 6Buffalo 4 4Burt1e
Buffalo 19610100 1 I f 0 1 0 1 0 0 0x4 x x3 3 7 1 1Batteries 1Batterl 1Batteries
Batteries Batterl McCafferty and Slattory SlattoryCucrie ShittoryCuule SlattoryCurrie
Cucrie and McAllister McAllisterSecond McAllisterSecond tcAtuaterSeeoRcl
Second game p
RH RHE RHEToronto RHh RHhToronto lij lijToronto
Toronto t e 2 8 1 0 0 1 04 4 6 1 1Burrillo 1Butilo
Butilo Buffalo 9919900 8 0 1 8 0 0 0 0 U1 ffiI 1 3 2 2Batteries 2DatterlescGlnJey 2IMtterleeMaGlnley
Batteries DatterlescGlnJey McGinley and TVbt Wood Wood d Kis Kissinger KlsJn Kissinger ¬
singer Jn er and nd McAllister McAllisterHIGH McAllisterHIGH M A1Uster A1UsterHIGH
This Thl is I a time of high prices rn Ja Japan Japan Japan ¬
pan The cost of everything has ad advanced ad8nc advanced ¬
vanced 8nc enormously The ratos of five or orten orten orten
ten years ago are recalled with regretRents regret regwitRents regrntRenta
Rents and wazes wages have advanced pro procould proportionately proportlonateiy
portionately Dwelling hou housos IOS that thntcould thatcould
could be obtained for 40 or aO 0 yon on onU
U 2250 50 or U5 26 a few years ago a now nowcost nowcoat nowcost
cost 99 or 100 yen and he wagt wages s of ofdomestic ofdestlc ofdomestic
domestic strrants e ants are approximately j
double what they were formerly Taxes Taxeshave Taxeshave 1 1have
have been enormously enormousJ enormously increased increasedthe increasedtheIncome Increasedthe IncreasedtheIncome the theIncome
Income tax is 259 per cent cant higher now nowthan nowthan nowthan
than it was before the RussoJapanese RussoJapaneseoarand RussoJapanesewarand j jwar
oarand war and the tobacco monopoly has ox oxactly 01actl oxactly
actl actly doubled the cost of tbe most ordi ordinary ordinary ordinary ¬
nary cigarette
Foundry Beats Calvary in DoubleHeader by 3 to 1 1Then 1Then 1Then
Then Loses by 6 to 1 and Another Game GameWill Gamell
Will ll l Be Played
After a douttb dou doubleheader beader sder yesterday of ofthe oftbet ofthe
the tbet most stubbornly contested cent centIMI games gamesseen Ramosseat
seen for a long ions ttm tiNe In Mt Pleasant t the thoCalvary theCalvary thecalvary
Calvary Methodist M and < Foundry IouINir1 teams teamsof t teamsof
of 0 tn the Sunday adqr School LIIJUe L ltu still utI fsJted fsJtedto falWto fsJMdto
to decide the pennant ant winner w blner Foundry Foundrycopped JloundcTcopped Foundrycopped
copped the apt gm game by b X tel while whileCalvary WhUCaJvary whileCalvary
Calvary brad the second by i to 1 1and 1I 1i
I > and their rooters went wild with new aMWI newhopes
1 hopesThe hopes hopesThe
The attendance was one of the larg largest Iarwest largeet ¬
I est In the history of tfc Ute league and andwas aodaa andwas
was aa treated to rare baseball in all Its Itsforms ItafKln itsforma
forms formsShockells fKlnSheckeJls formaSheckells
Shockells All Right RightFoundry RtEIttFoundry RigbtFoundry
Foundry won the tosv t toitr4er for Innings in inthe Inthe inthe
the initial battle and aJlClC Capt pt Charley CharleyI CharyKID CherkyKing
I King KID < < chise clv a last 1aatbata bats sending 8eIMI1n < < Johnny JohnnySheckells JohnnyShoCkto JohnnySheckelis
Sheckells ShoCkto put out to pitch He did it well wellholding wellholdlna wellhdding
holding the ttSt Calvaryite safe fcJ le > and and keep keeping k klair keeplag ¬
lair the eifht eight hits hi decidedly scattered scatteredmen ttertd ttertdHa
111t Ha control UoI wa was almost lmOltt perfect and d the themen I
men behind behI d him had the utmost confi confidence lODlleq contldunce ¬
dunce eq e McKenay received his shoots In Infaultless IntaulUea Infaultless
faultless style besides laying la down a abunt abunt abunt
bunt which scored JK > red one of the much muchneeded muchnHded muchneeded
needed run runs Captain King although althoughcharged althoughrued lthUChe
e charged arpd rued with a bungle bu c played with all allthe alle u uthe
the e dash and vim of a Texas bronco broncoaround bronMaround broncoaround > >
around the Initial corner and his hl hit hitalso hitable hitalso
also figured ured in the tallying tally In line lineMidget linekt lineMldget
Midget kt Conner covered himself hh 1f with withgioy withg104 ttt tttat
gioy at second Me t1d by eating eaUn up eight el bt diffi difficult dUIIeult difficult ¬
cult chance And several ftioal o of Wsrmans Wsrmanssteps Wrmanliaad ermans ermansstep
steps and throws thPO were of the breath breathtaking brthtakg breathtaking ¬
taking hairraising variety varlet Err Ernie ErnieAchison Us leAchhion UsAchteon
Achteon WM at IIJ s guilty of a bad throw tbro to toKings toKllQs toKings
Kings corner rorR r but otherwise played his hisI hi hiusual hisusual
I usual steady game Th The outfield had hadlittle bactlittle hadlittle
little or nothing nothln to do doOne doOne desOne
One Bad Inning InaiagJoe lURiD lURiDJ InningJoe
Joe J Symanoskl twirled for the Hill Hillboys HUJboy Hillboys
boys boy and had it not been for that fatal fatalsixth ttalsixth fatalsixth
sixth inning would have In I all proba probability probahUity probahility ¬
bility have won Six of a total of seven sevensofties seenIiOfU sevensofties
softies IiOfU were were scored off ot him in this In Inning Inning inning ¬
ning and all of Foundrys runs run re reaulted result resulted
sulted aulted sult Hayden who w1o did the backstop backstopchores backtopebol8 backstopchores
chores acquitted himself most nobly noblyhis noblyhis noblyhis
his receiving r lvlng being beln superb and his sal salHMf EAIaryi salaey
HMf vjlnp n In rare condition not A Foundryhe Foun Foundrylte Foundry
drylte dry dryhe aryi te pilfering a Back on his hi great greatthrowing greatthrowing reat reatthrowl1g
throwing throwingClear throwl1gCI8tir throwingClear
Clear and Bielaskl carried off the in infielding IRfteJdlnt infielding
fielding honors both kUla Jelling everything everythingthat e everythingthat rythln I Ithat
that came any an where here near them Bielashis Bielas Bielaskis Dlel Dlelkls
his onehand stop of Conners high highbounding hlghhounding highbounding
bounding grounder lOunder in the seventh and anddears andCieers nd I
dears onehand Jumping jump6 g catch of his histhrow histhrow histhrow
throw of the same ball were er the two twofielding tofielding twotickling
fielding features executed within withincouple A a acouple I IcoupJe
couple of seconds and bringing Qrlnst down downa i igeod
a good round of applause applauseMany applauseMany I
Many Double Plays PlaysThe PlaysThe
The game was unique because becau e of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the number of double plays coming at atsuch atsuch t
such critical times In tbe second In InnhiK Inning inning
ning Bielaskl and Hayden had hit con consecutively Mnsecutively consecutively ¬
secutively and Hayden advanced them themon themon themon
on a welltimed sacrifice Frank Sy Symanoskl SYI SYImanoskl Symanoski ¬
manoskl lined a hot one to King who whonail whonailed whonailed
nailed nail 1 it and threw to Warnam catching catch catching catchIn ¬
ing In Bielaski when a couple of scoresseemed scores scoresseemed score scoreseemM
seemed evident Conner and Atchison Atchlsonand Atchisonand Atchisonand
and King pulled off another in Jhe the next nextsession nextsealon nextsession
session sessioncredited Blelas Bielask Kinney and Clear are arecredited arecredited
credited with an easy one in the sev seventh se seenth seenth
enth and McKenney King and Conner Connerexecuted Connerexecutd Connerexecuted
executed a ripping one in n the eighth eighthAs eighthAs eighthAs
As for the batting a feature was that thatthere thatthere thatthere
there was w not a single extra base ba e swat swatBielaskl swatRlelaskl swatBlelaski
Bielaskl Harding Kerr Kerr and Bishop Bishopcarried Bishopcarried Bishopcarried
carried off the plums plum with two singles singlesHow singlesapiece singlesapiece
apiece apieceHow apieceHow
How They Scored ScoredNo ScoredNo ScoredNo
No man crossed the plate until the thethird thethird thethird
third when hen Calvary pushed one over overKerr overICerr overKerr
Kerr hit a hot grounder to short whichAtchiepn which whichAtchison RhchAtchlQn
Atchison gpt after a long Jon run He hadnot had hadnot hadnot
not a chance In the world to throw his hisman hisman hisman
man out and threw a nub mile over first firstKerr firstKerr firstKerr
Kerr taking second Joe Symaneski Symaneskisacrificed SymanHklsacrificed Symaneskisacrificed
sacrificed him to third and he beat out outAtchisons outA1c outAtciafsons
Atchisons A1c l80n throw to the plate pl te of Lords Lordsgrounder Lordsgrounder Lordsgrounder
grounder This Wall wa CaJtarys first and andlast andlast andlast
last tally taJ but it looked as big as a ahvuee ahuse ahluee
hvuee to Foundry until the disastrous disastroussixth dl disastroussixth utrous utrousslxth
sixth sixthHere slxthHere sixthHere
Here Dick Conner started s rted with a A neat neatsingle neatsingh neatsingle
single over short ho t Bryan and Bishop Bishopeach Bishopcach Bishopeach
each followed foliowedwith with safe bunts and the thebases th thbasGS the
bases were W re filled Atchisons bunt toward to toward towArd ¬
ward third scored Conner and nd two more morestffo moreSlfo moreso
stffo Slfo ones on in the same meplace place by McKen McKenney McKenney M Ken Kenner ¬
ney and King sent Bryan and Bishop Bishopacross BishopclS Bishopacros6
across clS the panAtchison pan panAtchlson panAtchison
Atchison and McKenney were caughtat caught caughtat caughtat
at the plate on Pomeroys and SheckolPs Shockellsbunts ShookoUsbun SheckolPsbunts
bunts bun 1 and Billy Warjnan was an easy easyone
one for Kinney and Clear Seldom Is Isthere IsthcN Isthorn
there seen In amateur baseball such a
number of bunts In use on Ifi inn but butthey i ithey t ttbcy
they did tw trick sad errt earned 0 0almost C Inr7 Inr7alJllCNft wary waryalmost
almost oaf o It Hs feet TW ot ofilcM ofilcMFirst otAcIalFirat Sdal aoers aoersFirst
First Game GaeJt
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lira bjw es Uy wrorecmuy rrar OUvary 1 L Left on onrvM Ofttn onbseeFuedry
tn bseeFuedry > rvM Foundry 4 calvary CaIVarJna t Fine buss bMMAM bussOs
AM bsJ ballog 11IO > Off < < Sb + kUa u I off Hutchtmnn Hutelt I Ioff 2Cft teg
off JC Kerr r 4 IwUnc J InaID Etched patchedBy By J specs fteekeU ii lU lUKtttrhlnMA
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7 by Kerr err S Sacrifice hlU blt hitsAtchison hitsAtchisonLord AtehUMM AtehUMMLord Ateh AtehLord
Lord Hayden 2 Symanoiricl JOrr Stolen Stolenb 8tohmRl8h StolenbeenBIshOp
beenBIshOp b M RWiop Rl8h P Atchison McKenney eKe aer Kinney lu lulatlkS
B Bleadq ta latlkS kl K Kerr lien rr 2 J Symanaskl 811U1k DoubleplayConetr Double OoaMcPlay DoubleplJlyeor
Play plJlyeor Coitmtr to Klaner toKeiMMy to War Warman Warnn Warman
man to Klmg Hit by piteber pitcherBy By e ieMckel ieMckelI MekelU
1 Wild lid BttcbKerr tettKerr I UmptrBetts rmplrBettsTime UmptrBettsTime CmplnBettaTIMe
Time of smote pilleI I hour and X minutes minutesDifferent mtnatesDifferent mlautesDHforent
Different St Stery ry This Time TimeOf TimeO TimeOf
Of O the second setto there is I a fardifferent far fardifferent fardtt
different dtt rent story to tell as the Calvary CalvaryUM CalvaryIt CalvaryIto
UM It Ito were the main gssaboes Jim Kerr Kerrwho Kerrho Kerrwho
who ho has been doing doll some remarkable remarkablework retMl1table0r1t remarkablework
work 0r1t for St G Stephens in th the Capital CapitalCity CpItalCity CapitalCity
City Leagun Lea and who guarded rded the center cen center ¬ I Itftr I +
ter garden lor Calvary In the first firstfracas ftntfraeaa firstfracas
fracas pitchedHis pitched pitchedHis pltch pltchHili
His eligibility to play was questioned questionedby
by Foundry before the opening contest contestas
as h hf was declared barred from the theleague theI theleague
league I for his hi connection with the Cal Calvary Calvary calvary ¬
vary fist fight a little more than amonth a amonth a amonth
month ago The edict handed down downby dOWRby downby
by the board of directors last Wednes Wednesday Wedn Wednday Wednesday ¬
day reads that in the playoff between betweenCalvary beteenClvary betweenCalvary
Calvary and Foundry each team shall shallbe shaUbe shallbe
be allowed aowed to play any n players eligible eligibleto
to represent said team at the close ofthe of ofthe ofthe
the regular aeupn season July JulyKerr 25 MM MMKerr 1904Kerr
Kerr Allowed to Play PlayKerr PlayKerr PlayKerr
Kerr was a not fired until after fter that thatdate thatdAte thatdate
date and a meeting of the board in n theclubhouse th thclubhouse the tlMcJubbou
clubhouse cJubbou Just before the first contestdecided contest contestdecided eontMtdecided
decided that Jim could play Kerrpitched Kerr Kerrpitched Kerrltchtod
pitched ltchtod ic i great reat form and had Foundry Foundrycompletely Foundrycompletev Foundrycompletely
completely faded only four measly hits hitsbeing hitsI
I being made off himOnly him himOnly himOnh
Only once nn e did Foundry show alto any anysymptoms aa anysymptoms
Isymptoms symptoms of winning Innln and that was wa In Inthe InI
I the th third when her only run was s made madeHayden madeI madeHayden
Hayden with a badly Injured finger fingerwhich ftngerwhich fingerwhich
which he h got sliding sJldln into third and andseveral llndJcveral andseveral
I several other injuries by some of Kerrs Kerrswild Kerrswild errs errswild
wild shoots again caught a great e t game gameand gameand ame amea
and a d was as a terror to baserunners Clearwas Clear Clearwas
was also therf ther with the goods at first firstand IIrstInd firstand
I and ripped off the single that scored scorN the thefirst theftrst thefirst
first nun Klnney Xlnnf Kinney was all to the merry merryat merryat merryat
at second Cond and tils his hits brought in a acouple a acouple
couple of tallies Bielaskl and Charley CharleyLord CharleyLord CharleyLord
Lord with a bum ankle took care ot otall ofall
all that came camtblraHardlnKCov camtblraHardlnKCovrOd their way Harding cov covered coverod ¬
II ered rOd his territory well la right rightFoundrys rightI rightFoundrys
I Foundrys Mistake MistakeFor MisakeI MistakeFor
For Foundry Found a A great mistake was wasmade wasmade wasrondo
I made by allowing Sheckells to take takeupon takeupon takeupon
upon himself the responsibility of o try trying tryling trying ¬
ling ing to land a a econd teconcl game He was all allright aUI allright
I right at the start but was as weak at the thelast thelast thelast
last five runs being scored off him in infour inI infour
I four rounds Hutchinson was then sent sentIn sentI sentin
I In and his work was almost sensational sensationalIn
In the four innings he allowed one lone loneblngle lonebingle lonebingle
bingle one run and fanned seven men menHad menHad menHad
I Had ha h pitched the entire game the thelong thelong thelong
long end of the score might have been beenon benI beenon
on the other side and Foundry the pen pennant pennant pennant ¬
nant winners winnersMcKenney vInnersMcKenney winnersMcKenney
McKenney again caught well wolle and andAtchlson andAtchison andAtchison
Atchison was in great form around aroundshort aroundI aroundshort
short accepting five hard chances with without without without ¬
I out a slipup sUpupI
McKenney led the swatting with two twosingles twosingles twosingles
I singles Again there was not a singleextra single singleoxtra single slnpeI
I extra QXtr base swipe swipeCalvary swipeCalvary
Calvary Comes to Life LifeCalvary LifeCalvary LifeCalvary
Calvary scored first in the third on a abase aM abase
base M e on balls to Joe Symanoskl and andLord andLord andLord
Lord and hits by Clear and Bielaski Bielaskiwhich BleJasklwhich Blelaskiwhich
which netted two runs Foundry tCund came cameback camlSbaek cameback
back with her one and only 0111 tally in intho Intho Inthe
tho next noxt8e session Alon on Bishops Bl boPs hit Atchl Atchlsons AtchlI Atehisons
I sons sacrifice sacr ce McKenneys liner to toright toright toright
right and Kings out to Harding HardingCalvary HardingCalvary HardingCalvary
Calvary added three mors m in the sane saneInning saneIlnmg sameirntng
Inning Hayden was oa hit 4 on the shins shinsFrank shinsFrank shinsFrank
Frank Sym sacrificed and Hayden HaydenContinued HllydenContlnued HaydenContinued
Continued on Third Page Paget i
His Home Run and Single SingleEnable SingleEnable
Enable Washington r rBeat to toBeat toBeat
Beat Boston S to 2 2NILL 2NILL 2NILL
Backs Up on BadThrow Bad Throw and Cuts Off OffRfcns OffRuMHughes OffRamsHughes
Rfcns RuMHughes Haghea Supplants SupplantsKitson SupplantsKitson SupplantsKitson
Kitson KitsonBOSTON KitsonBOSTON KitsonBOSTON
BOSTON Mass IaII Sept 8 8The The Na Nationals NIltlonala Natlonals ¬
tionals gathered ga thered the last game of tbe theBoston tbeBoston tbeo8ton
Boston o8ton end of the series this afternoon afternoonbefore afternoopbeCore afternoonbefore
before a splendid crowd rowd by S to 2 in a amost amot amost
most interesting and exciting game gameKitson gameKtt gameKitson
Kitson Ktt on undertook to pitch for Wash Washington Washington WuhInton ¬
ington but Manager Stahl made no nomistake nomlatake nomistake
mistake to take him out after lter tho second sec second Hacond ¬
ond inning when Boston made three threehits tltreehll threehits
hits hll off him Tom Hughes then went wentin wontin ont ontin
in and but one run was scored oft him himand himand himand
and eight went out on strikes Tom Tomgot Tomgot Tomgot
got into lots of trouble but managed managedto
to get out of It all right Twice in the thegajne theg thegame
game g e the locals had three on bases basesonce lNutesonce basesonce
once with lth no ft one out yet et scored but butone hutone butone
one run two men being thrown out at atthe atthe atthe
the rubber rubb rubber in the second ae < ond inning inningKill hmlngNUl inningNiel
Kill Backs Up UpKill UpNIU UpNiel
Kill did some superb fielding and a abit abit abit
bit of backing up in the sixth xt inning inningwhen Inningwhen inningwhen
when je e caught Godwin at the rubber rubberwas rubberW rubberwas
was W worth a Journey to se see and no one onewas oneWAS onewas
was more astonished than the Bos Bostonisn D Dtonian Do Dotonian
tonian to find the ball at the rubber rubberabend rubberahead rubberahead
ahead of him Again Kill Nil made a stop stopIn stopIn stopin
In the ninth inning off Hayden that thatwas thatwu thatwas
was a wonder wonderAltiser wonderAltiaer o r rAJUser
Altiser made we a very fast play of a ahigh ablgb ahigh
high bounding bouJHIn ball off Freeman in the theeighth theelbth theeighth
eighth inning 1211 with three on bases and andtwo andtwo andtwo
two out that was a saver er 1r r > r two men menwere menwere menwere
were over the u rubber and Freeman was wasJust wasjust wasjust
Just the smallest lIt fraction too late ate An Anderson AnderJiOn Anderson ¬
derson distinguished dl tlngulahed himself by a perfect per perfect perteet ¬
fect throw to the rubber that prevent prevented ¬
ed Ferris lerrl from scoring se rlng on a 8 single In Inthe Inthe inthe
the sixth Ixth inning inningCross InnJngCro inningCroon
Cross Cro helped in n a very fast double doubleplay doubie doubieplay doubleplay
play Ralph Glaze the former ton er Dart Dartmouth DartMOUth Dartmouth ¬
mouth star pitched for Boston Host ft did didvery didvery didvery
very good work and was supported In Ingood InpocI ingood
good style Washington W htgtOft had lots lot of ofluck orluek ofluck
luck in Ints n its hitting hittingWakefieJds hittingWakefields hittingWakefields
Wakefields Timely Taps TapsWakeAeld TapsakeJIeld TapsWakefield
WakeAeld akeJIeld did the beat batting for his hisside hisIcIe hisside
side IcIe driving in two others with his homer homerin homeria homerla
in the U e second ItC Dd and sending Iner in another anotherrun anotherrun anotherrun
run In the ninth making four out of the thefive th the thelive
five e runs due to his hitting Hobe KobeFerris HobeFerna HobeFerris
Ferris and Morgan did the star work workfor workfor ork orktor
for the locals both making several bril brilliant brilnt beltbent ¬
bent nt plays Buster Armbruster r did dida dida dida
a good trick behind the bat and MB MBthrowing hi hitbro1lin histhrowing
throwing tbro1lin was giltedged Godwin and andStahl andStahl andStahl
Stahl did the beet a stJek tick work for the thelocals theJoeals thelocals
locals localsThe JoealsThe localsThe
The scoring began in the second cond In Inning InftIg inning ¬
ning and the Nationals gathered three threefor threetor threefor
for s starter Anderson + slipped Ipped a beauty beautyto
to left Stahl was s hit by a pitched ball balland Milaa4 balland
and Aitiaer sacrificed saert eed Stanley fanned fannedbut tannedbut fannedbut
but WakefteU cracked the ball to t cen canter center center ¬
ter for the sircuit and sent In three threeCross tbree tbreeruft8 threeruns
runs ruft8CI8INi runsCr
Cross Cr Gets Busy BusyBoston BtuyBoItton BusyBoston
Boston came beck with one on hits hitsof hitso hitsof
of o Ferris Hoy and Morgan or4n With men menon menon menon
on third and nd second Armbruster drove drovea
a hot one that Cross stopped beautiful beautifully ¬
ly and nd worked orkecl via Kill for a double doubleplay doubleplay doubleplay
play playAfter playAfter playAfter
After this th the Nationals found It hard hardsailing hardalltn hardsailing
sailing alltn and did not get a a man as far as assecond asIMeOftd assecond
second until the eighth inning while whileBoston whileBo whileBoston
Boston Bo ton did not have much better luck luckuntil luckuntil luckuntili
until untili tthe the sixth In the fifth Morgan Morganwalked Morganwalked Morganwalked
walked but get no further than secondand second secondand secondand
and In the fifth Godwin singled and andStahl andI andStahl andStahl
Stahl walked Ferris hit to Cross who whothrew whothrew whothrew
threw low 10 and the ball got away from fromStahl fromStahl fromStahl
Stahl Seeing this Godwin made for forthe forthe forthe
the rubber but Kill 11 v 1 wd fd up Stahl and andthrew andthre andthrew
threw thre to Wakefteld d got ot his man manHoey mnHoe manHoe
Hoey Hoe walked and nd ug u t the bases werefilled were werefilled werenUed
filled filled with 1tl but one man out Grimshaw Grimshawsingled Grimshawlngled Grimshawsingled
singled to left and Stahl scored but butFerris butFtIr1e butFerris
Ferris was caught at the rubber Then ThenMorgan ThenYorgan ThenMorgan
Morgan fanned leaving men on sec second second seeend ¬
ond and nd third thirdFerns thirdFerns thirdFerris
Ferns Chokes Off San SanWakefieid RanWakefteld RunWakefield
Wakefieid opened the eighth with a ahit ahit ahit
hit and nd was forced by Hughes on an anastounding antoundlg anastounding
astounding toundlg onehanded oateh by h Ferris Ferrisof FerrisoC Ferriof s
of Glazes wild throw Nut Nil beat his hisball hisball hisball
ball to Godwin but Jones hit to Mor Morgan Morgan Diorgan ¬
gan forcing Hughes and Cross w wthrown was wasthrown Wasthrovn i
thrown out at first Boston came near neardoing neardoing nea neadoing r
doing things in the eighth Chick Stahl Stahlsingled Stahlslnled Stahlsingled
singled and Ferris sacrificed Hoey Hoeyffcnned Hoeynednd Hoe Hoened y
ffcnned nednd ned and Grlmshaw and Morganalked Morgan MorganWalked Morganwlked
Walked alked filling ftJUn the corners Freemanwas Freeman Freemanwas Freemanwas
was sent to bat for Armbruster and andwas andout an anwe d
was we out by a hair on his bounder bounderIu
Iu the last with one out Jake Stahl Stahlsingled Stahl8In Stahlsingled
singled 8In ed made third on a passed ball balland banaoo balla
and a scored on Altlzers hit The lattestole latter latterstole Jatterstole r
stole second and seared on a hit of ofWakefieid ofakefteld o oWakefield f
Wakefieid akefteld Boston had CrIger Hayden Haydenand Hadenand Haydenand
and Godwin up in the ninth and they theywent the thewent thewent y
went out in order Attendance 1113The 1113 1113The lllSThe
The Score ScoreBoston ScoreBoston ScoreBoston
Boston R H O A EHayden E EHayden EHaden
Hayden rf 1 1 1Godwin 1Godvdn I 0 0Godwin
Godwin a se s t r rStahl 1 2 I 0Stahl IStahl
Stahl cf 12 1 1Ferris fI t 0 0Perrl 0Ferrls
Ferris Ib IbHoey 1 2 3 I IHoe
Hoey Hoe If 1 1 1GrimahHW 1GrImshaw 2 8 8Grlmahaw
GrimahHW lb II 1 li 3 3Morgan 1 1 0 0Ior 0Morgan
Morgan Ior otn M Ib b > 0 1 1Armbrustor 4 0 0Armbruster 4 4Armbruster
Armbruster o 0 8 j 4 Z 0 0Corr1ian 0Corrigan
Corrigan c c31aae 0 0 4 1 I Ilue 0 0flan
flan 31aae lue p 0 4 i iFreeman 0 1 1 1FreemAn 0 0Freeman
Freeman 1 i 1 I 8 8 8Crlor 0Crlor
Crlor Crloriotals Jj 0 > JJ JJTotals 0 0 1 1Totals
Totals 2 10 27 14 0Ilatted 0 0Batted 0Batt
Batted Batt for Armbruster In ninthBratted ninth ninthBvtted ninthBIltted
Bvtted for Glaze in ninth ninthWashington ninthvbtnf ninthWsshingtpn
Washington vbtnf n R H O A E ENIH ENUl ENiel20
NIH Niel20 SB D 0 1 3 I g gJones 0 0Jon6 0Jones
Jones Jon6 cf i 0 2 2Cross I 1 1Cr 1Cross
Cross Cr 8fJ Jb 4 0 1 1 3 I 1 1AnderS 1Andersen
Anderson AnderS ft If A 1 1 1 1 1gtahl 1Stahl I Itahl <
gtahl tahl Ib 2 1 8 8Altl2er I 0 0Altiser i iAHiaer
AHiaer 80S s f 1 2 I 2 2Stanley 0 0Stanley
Stanley rf r y 0 0 0 0 o oWakefleld 0 0Walce 0Wakefield
Wakefleld Walce pId c 1 3 10 1 0 0KILjn 0 0Kit 0Kitm
KILjn Kit < m p 0 0 0 1 1Hughes i iHughes 0 0Hughes
Hughes HughesTotals p 0 J 0 0 = 1 1Totals I
Totals 6 9 27 15 IiBoston 1eBoston L LBoston
Boston 010001000 010001000Washington lft001 1 8 0 1 G 00 00Washington 0 O OWa
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series which closed here today defeat defeatIng deteatIng defeating
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