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I i Nationals Put Up Game F Fzcjht ght But LUCk Breaks Against Them
All pltchero look aliko to the swat swatting swaltIng ¬
ting 3ox these days as they tho doidon doidontrated domonstrated
trated to Joe Cantlllon yesterday by byflrlvlng b bdriving
driving Charley Smith one of the prize prizepackag prizePRkages prizepackages
packag packages s ho had hac1been been saving especially especiallyCor 06peclallor
for or the champs out of the box in the thethird thtthird
third Inning and then making enough enoughruns enoughruns
runs off Falkbnberg another good goodthl goodlbl1g
thl lbl1g ig g to win the game by S to 3 3At 3 3At LAt
At that It was a lucky luck victory vlotor lthreo lthreoo threo threoof
of o the he tnlJIes bolng due to bas bases on onballs onbaJIs
balls ballsSobered baJIsJbed
Sobered by b their closa call in the first nrstgame firstgame
game amo on Friday when hen Walter Johnson Johnsonwould JohmJOnwoulJ
would have shut them out but for an nnerror anerror
error the Sox got busy in the pro proceedings proceEdlngs ¬
ceedings and made two runs before the thenstontehed theflSton
nstontehed flSton 8hed Smlta realized the game had hadStarted hadltnrted6
Started tarted After that their deeds were werenot werenot ere erenot
not so glaring but they were ore on their theirfeet tholrteet theirfeet
feet all the time and gradually ac accumulated accumulate1 accuinulate1 ¬
cumulated enough tallies to t put them themnearer themnarer themnearer
nearer that second place lace position in the theAmerican theAmerfcan
American League which the critics have haverecommended haerecommended
recommended for the Sox ox becaue there therethey thorothey
they could play along nicely and an anl land landthe landthe
the pennant 1 In The final week without withoutthe Ithout Ithoutthe
the strain and excitement of being in inthip Ine
the e lead leadHarry ha haHarry
Harry White Wins at Last LastFielder LastFleh1er LastFielder
Fielder Jones said last night he was wasfeeing WBIIffdlng waifeiing
feeing pretty ijcart osrt and thought he hewould heol hewould
would ol ld b beKr r up bravely under the strain strainif strainit strainIi
if he were ere ahead at tills time A pros prospect prospect prospeer ¬
pect ve 0 slice of worlds championship championshipprofits cbamplonshlprofits
profits rofits Is a great stimulant stimulantroc stimulantroc stimulantt
roc t oc White bltc had the rn r rearksbl0 lrkable arkflble dis distinction dlstlnctloJ ¬
tinction of winning In his own town townIt to tOWflit 11 11It
It was sold to be th the second game sameho samehohas ho hohas
has iaa ever taken In Washington There Thereis Th re reIs
is always a largo contingent of fellow fellowcitizens telloVclllz fellowcitizens
citizens clllz n8 and Georgetown men out when whanHarry whemHarry
Harry pitches especially tu s6 him himcover himcover himcover
cover himself with 1th glory loIY but they have havebeen havobfn
been disappointed so many times they theywere theywere theywere
were becoming discouraged He gave gavethem gavethlm gavethem
them a chance to yoll yeelerd yoeterdsy oelerd y The Theold Theold Theold
old Georgetown star was right on the thejob thejob th thjob
job and although treated with scant scantcciirtesy scantlurte scantctrteayby
cciirtesy ctrteayby lurte y by b the heme tqam Ir the third thirdnnd thlrclnnd thirdand
nnd fourth innings went into executive executivesession executiveseHdon executiveses1on
session by b Ulnwell after that and re refused reo reotused refused ¬
fused to allow himself to o b bG seen ex excojt excH e ecet
cojt for one more hit hitCharley hitCharley hitCharley
Charley Jones to Fore ForeSilk ForeUk Foresilk
Silk Uk OLoughlln was in better snap snapthan sh1Na sh1Nathan shapititan
than on n Friday and tlere were ere only onlyon onlyjnC
on jnC 0 or two minor ninor kicks against hto h hi da dac de6 de6oJlons decsions
c csions csionsebarley slonc sloncCharley oJlonsCharley
Charley Jones JOMs was as the only Washing Washlngtunlan Washingtunlan Vashlngtun
tunlan tun Ian who got more tcl re than one one hit off offWhite ujfWhUe nflWhlte
White One was a clean triple in th thI thurth thurih
I urth inning the other was a a punft punftofalr punll1falr punl punlcrair
ofalr to White himself in the sixth sixthiiipXe sIxthf sixthtipce
f iiipXe j1ip tipce e who whose hatting IB usually most mostcliit mostdlt meallirirosain
cliit lirirosain rousing rOMtn astonished the natives with withn witit
n t triple in the third inning Innln Tho re renvlning rem
nvlning m Thing two Washington safeties wars warsas wel welas weras t
as punky as that second bingle by byJones byJones b bJones
Jones JonesI
I or > r the Scx Fielder Jones I at a ma mature mAture mature ¬
ture double In the I e first fi t InJng that thatscored tlttscored L LsLored
scored Hahn from first nrst and two neat neatsingles neatElf1g1es neals1ngle
singles Hahn HaJ n wag as away ahead of ofJOIWB orJons 01 r rJoiwa
JOIWB in effectiveness with a mans slM slMdouble stMouble t tdouble
double ouble in sixth sixth Inning that gave the Sox Soxvictory Soxictory C Cctory
victory ictory by driving In two runs Ufl5 and andsIrglt a asingle L Lsingle
single in the second s nd inning that drove drovein droveIn drov drovIn
in Sullivan SullivanHahnV SullhnHahn SullivanBabnd
HahnV Hahn Hefty Hickory HickoryIn
In fact tact Hahn was the real hero of ofthe J Jthe r rthe
the day d and should s tould be i Ithlye lttye < < l up ac acrordlngly ACfT1Ingly aczIIngly
rordlngly zIIngly Roho wag as on the job In the thofIxih thedxth th thixtlt
fIxih ixtlt with Jth a triple that became b CAne a tally tallyBesides taU taUE111es tallyFraMes
Besides being the sticking star Haiti Halmachieved Hohnnchleved Haitiachieved
achieved the distinction of being bofn put out outIn outIn cu t tIn
In the second inning by getting In tho thoway th1wty th 2 2way
way of a batted ball from Fielder FielderJoh FIelderJO r rJonet
Joh JO Jonet 1 a That gave Jfnes Jne J a hit when whenHahn whenHahn I IIrahn
Hahn would have been an ottsy S sy forced forcedout forc forcJut I Icut
out Jut at second Hahn was out anyhow anyhowbut anyoo anyoo11lt anyhowIiUL
but the rather attenuated batting total totalof totalof tout 1 1of
of the Sox for the reason wat wa Increased Increasedby InCfO1Hdbj 1 1by
by one oneSmith antSmith oneSmith
Smith proved not only Ineffective but butTlld butIld be t tv
Tlld v Ild In his short career In the box boxHahn boxHahn boxHahn
Hahn the first lIr t man who faced him was waswalked waswaJked wa C Cwalked
walked and promptly scored oh Fielder FleklerJones FielderJones C CJones
Jones twotimer to center Isbell drove droveto droveto drov C Cto
to C Smith who kept his head and threw threwto tbrwto V Vto
to T Smith at second catching Jones Jon be between between betweon ¬
tween second and third where he was washounded W88bnunded wa wahnunded
hounded to his doom Isbell taking sec second second seecind ¬
ond Ganley anlo anley assimilated Donohues fly flybui flybut fi fibut
but threw over the moon trying to todouble todouble t 0 0double
double up Isbell at second and aDd Iscy Iscyscooted IMYscooted Ise Isescooted
scooted to third Davis landed on first nrstahead firstahead firs firsahead
ahead of his mash td Smith Smith and label Isboltscored Iboltscored labelscored
scored the second Sox run of the Initial Initialround InltlaJround Initisround
round roundSox roundSox roundoK
Sox oK Finally Rally RallyIn RallyIn RallyIn
In the second Inning the Sox hit it up upagain upagain u uagain
again again Sullivan drow transportation and andWhite antIWhUe an anWhite
White sacrificed Smiths throw to nip nipSullivan nipSJIUvan nI nIStilivan
Sullivan napping at second wont Into IntoUie Intolhe mt 0 0the
the far reaches of Mentor enter field and Sul Sullivan SullIlua Sd Sdlitnit ¬
livan romped to third A clean cean clout to tor tor t 0 0r
r b by the hectoring Hahn made Sul Sullivan 5ull1llnta 1 1livan ¬
livan l1llnta ia a rungetter rungetterFalkonberg runJctterFolkonberg rungetterFalkonberg
Falkonberg pitched the fourth and andfifth andfifh an I Ififth
fifth Innings with great eclat pulling pullingout puUlngout puffin S Sout
out of a tight place In the fifth and andleaving andleavlni an d dleaving
leaving Isbell marooned on Oq n third t lrd In Inthe Inthe 1 It Itthe
the sixth the thes Sox S x awoke and gave Falk Falkhis Falkhis Fl tc tchis
his finish Rohe started by tripling to tolea to1e t 0 0let
lea 1e t Falk steadied and fanned Sullivan Sullivanthen Sullivanthen t tthen
then weakened wo woalcent4 Jten and Valked alked White With Withtwo WIth WIthtwo V1t V1ttwu
two on Eddie Hahn bulged into the thespotlight tbuspotlight th C Cspotlight
spotlight again with a twobagger to toright toright t U Uright
right that put Rohe and White over the theplate th thplate 0 0plate
plate Eddie himself perished trying to tostretch tostretch t 0 0stretch
stretch the double Into a triple That Thatwas Thatwas The t twas
was all for the th Sox but it itwas was enough enoughWashington 6noughWashington enoughWashington
Washington Had Chance ChanceWashington ChanceWashington ChanceWashington
Washington started slowly and ended endedbadly endedbad endo d dTI
badly bad Its first run came In the third thirdInning thirdinnIng thir thirInning TI
Inning when Shlpko tripled and tallied talliedor Wiledor tailie d dot
or or Tony Smiths infield out Kahoo Kahoobatted KahoebAtted Kaho e ebetted
batted for Blankenshlp and an filed to toFielder toFfelder I
Fielder Jones Milan singled label labelmade 1sbeUmade Isbemade Ilt lt ltFielder
made a mess of Ganleys grounder and andMlan and111an an anMlan
Mlan was safe on second while Ganley Ganleyreached Ganleyrtached Ganle y yreached
reached first Rohe made mad a a flying jump jumpand jumpand jurn p
and pulled down Delehantys DeJel1 nts high highbounder highb big ii
bounder b untjol When Wll n Rohe reached the theground theround tt Is
ground and 1d looked over the situation he hefound heround l I a
found Milan coming straight at him himbound himb1und bin 5
bound for third Rohe promptly touched touchedthe ton touct touctthe ed edthe id
the runner runn t and the side was out outAltlzer outAIUzer
Altlzer opened the fourth by beating beatinga beatir ig
a crack to Isbell Iab Jl who whoa ho by b the way a had hadan hadnp he d
an np exceptionally busy afternoon Char Charity Charr Charry Cha r ¬
ity y Jones tallied Altizer with a trlple trlplet triple tripletJankensnlp C
tJankensnlp t kefu5h1p was wLS these with a fly flyi to
center c that lot the speedy Jones finish finishthe finls11the finishhe
the t he circuit Shlpke fanned T Smith Smithwalked Smithwalked Smithalked
walked w alked and Falkenberjr Falkenb Faikenbor1 ri was an easy easyInfield easyfntlold eabynfield
Infield i out outAfter outAfter v vAfter
After that the only Washington man manto manto znaflo
to t o reach first was Charloy Jones on his hisscratch hlffscratch hi8cratch
scratch s hit in the sixth and he was wascaught WaJfcought wa8aught
caught c stealing stealingThe steallnSThc stealirghe
The T he Score ScoreWellington ScoreVhlngton ScoreWh1ngton
Wellington AB R H H PO A AE AEltllan E EMilan Eilan
Milan M ilan rf 4 0 1 1 10 10Gnley 1 1Gnloy 0 0anley
Gnley G anley If 4 0 0 1 C 0olehanty J JDOlehanty
Dolehanty D 2b 2 > 4 0 O 4 6 0 0Altlzor 0Altlzor 0itizor
Altlzor A itizor Ib 4 1 1 8T 8 1 0 0C 0C 0Jones
CB C Jones ciV 0 ci 41 4 1 2 3 0 0 0Shlpke 0Blankensnlp 0lankensiip1
Blankensnlp B 4 0 0 4 2 0 0hlPkel 0hipke
Shlpke S hlPkel 3b 3 3C 1 1 1 2 2 2T 2Smith
T Sm Smith th S1 3 0 0 4 3 0 0C 0Smith
C Smith p 0 0 0 0 3 3Kahoe I IKahoe 1Kahoe
Kahoe 1 1 0 0 oFalken 0 00 0 0 0Falkelberg 0a1keberg
Falken Falkelberg FalkelbergTotals F a1keberg berg p P 2 00 00Totals 0 0 1 1 1Totals
Totals 32 3 5 27 2 19 19Batted 19Batted 4 4Batted
Batted for C C Smith in third Inning InningChicago InningChicago InningChicago
Chicago AB R R H H PO A 1 E EnhnlZ
Hahn H nhnlZ If 4 1 2 0 0 0
F Jonos cf 4 0 3 40 4 0 0 rIsboll 0sboli
Isboll I sboli 2b b 5 1 0 3 3 1 1onohue
Donahue D lb 3 0 0 11 0 0
Davis ss 4 0 1 02 0 2 0 0ougherty
Dougherty D If 4 4Rohe 0 1 2 ID 0 0ohe3b
Rohe R ohe3b 3b 3 3Sullivan 1 1 1 1 0 0ullivan
Sullivan S c j S 3White 1 0 6 0 i
White Whitop blto p 2 2Totals 1 0 0 4 0 0TotAls 0Totals
Totals 32 Ji S S 27 10 1 1Washington 1Washington 1Washingtor
Washington 00120000 0 0 1 2 0 Q 0 0 0 03 3
Chicago 2 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 05 05Earned 5 5Earned
Earned runs runsWashlngton Washington 3 Chicago 1 1oft
Left L oft on ba bllesWashlnston es Washington 2 Chicago
First base on balls ballsOff Off Smith 2 off
Falkenberg 4 off Whit 1 Innings Inningspitched InningspitchedBy
pitched pitchedBy p By Smith 8 by Falkenberg FaIkenber 6 6 6madeOrr
I Ht t3 made madeOrr Off Smith 5 oft Falkenberg
8 3SLruck Struck outvBy out By Smith 1 by Falken Falkenerg
berg b bS erg 3 by White 5 Threebase hits
Shlpke S CVttnlrn hipce f C Tones T T Rohe TJ l m mF Twooose hits hits
F Jones Hahn Sacrifice hit hitWhite White
Stolen S tolen bases basosF F Jones Isbell Donohuo
Umpire UmDIrlIr Mr OLoughlln Time of game
1 hour and 40 minutes Attendance Atten 1ance <
4800 4800Call 400CLUB 4 800 800CLUB
Call of the Marshes MarshesDoesnt 1t1arshes 1t1arshesDoesn MarshesDoesnt
Doesnt Doesn t Get Them ThemThe ThemAll ThemAll
All AllThe All AllThe
The Call of the Marshos was the thechief thechief thechief
chief factor In decreasing the usual usuallarge usualJarge usuallarge
large attendance at the shootings of the theAnalostan theAnatostan theAnatstan
Analostan Gun Club yesterday yesterdayReed yesterdayRead csterda csterdaReed
Reed bird season having just opened openedgun openedgun openedgun
gun onthu enthusiasts tuts have transferred their theiraffections tholraffections
affections from shooting at dummy birds birdsto bIrdsto birdsto
to banging away at the real article nrtlclewhich nrtlcewhich articlewhich
which Is just at present abounding in inlarge Inlare inlarge
large quantities In the lower marshes marshesHunter marsbesHunler marsbe8Hunter
Hunter true to ne 111 nis name came off offwith orrwith offwith
with the highest score breaking S9 out outof outoC outof
of 115 1J birds In Ute modal shoots James Jameswon Jameswon JamesIn
won In Class A his score being Ing 10 out outof outor outof
of 20 No Willis won Class CI86B B by b smashing
20 straight Dr Shoup and M GEyer
tied for honors In Class C by shooting shootingShot
16 each eacbndiv eachlndiv1iduai
lndiv1iduai Individual ndiv duai Scores ScoresShooters ScoresShooters Scoresters
Shooters ShootersHunter ters Shot Sketat at at Broke Broke
Hunter HunterDr 115 ii 15 sa 9 9SO
Dr Barr BarrGfeyor BarrGtyor SO 45 454S 4
Gfeyor GfeyorTajrlor 5 4S 4SJQ
Taylor TajrlorWfthlta JQ o 37 37ID j
Wfthlta WfthltaFarnhdm W hlte 10 50 41
Farnhdm FarnhdmMorton b FarnhamMorton n1 ID IDsn is
Morton MortonC sn i itt 12
C Wilson WilsonDr 1Json ID 7
Dr I r Stlne StlneDauitkott tt ttIndividual 7
Dauitkott DauitkottBrown IJau kOlt 015 as
Brown BrownJaino BrownJames 4t 3Q
Jll James Jaino JainoWItro ne 4t iT
WItro WItroMarshall WItroMarshall Itro
Marshall MarshallMoffett MarshallMoffett 45 35
Moffett MoffettWillis 11II 1i
Dr Shoup 31
O Orrison OrrisonWillis lson 4t
ul t9
Willis Illis 40 4Q
Colomap 40 4 1 2
Dr Parsons it f 42 4
Duttor jo j jMedal 14 14lIiedal 14Medal
Medal Shoots ShootsClass ShootsChus ShootsClass
Class A AJames James la 1 out of 30 0
Class BWlIlls B WU1ls M O straight straighteach
each eachBLOOMINGDALE eachBLOOIWGDALE Class S CDr Dn ShouP houp ad and Geyer tic 15 15BL001IW i
The Brown Bro Athletic AthltUc Athlti Club of Balti BaItI ¬
more mqre rn ro won a decisive victory vJcto over the
Blooiulngdale Athletic Club at McDev
itts field yesterday Ycstordli afternoon at rnoon 13 to 3 3
The faultless fielding of the th winners Inners I
and an the batting of Le Mat 1a Bensel and
Toomey were the features
Umbaugh was given poor support and andThis
rctvcd at the Ohd of the firth inning
In favor or Vorley
This game closes the Bloomlngdales Bloomlngdalesthe
playing season and f Ia the ninth I
game amo
the local nine r1 o hun hu played with Ham t
more tans the Bloomlngdaltts wlti
nlng five of the series I I
Score ScoreBloom SeaeBloom ScoreBloom
Bloom AB ABItOAE It O A E Brotras 3mvflLABHOAE AB H O A E
Le Mattst 32121 I 2 1 3 1 Bensellf 32000 I 2 I EI I
Madden 3l > 1 0 0 1 1 CZItnanc 4 0 019 19 3 0 1 I
Sssler3b 11011 1 1 0 1 1 Klmmettp 4 l i a ft 1
Fegaoclf 20211 2 0 2 1 1 BakerSb 21000 2 1 GO 0 0 0 I
Carter Carterc c 10611 1 0 li 1 1 Seymrlb wmrlb 31910 1 9 1 0 I
Whlte2b 2022 2 0 2 2 7 Spleran Splelaner f 4 1 0 0 Oi 0 I
Ern Ernatlb tlb 4 e 9 0 0 Toomey3b 4 2 1 l 2 o I I
Kk KloprctDs > prcfss 4 0 000 0 0 0 MIMerM MUler 2 0 0 i o oRogersrf I 1
Tomsonrf 3 0 1 0 1 WZknnrf of 0 GI 0 1
Rogersrf 10001 10001SSKK5SJJ8 1 0 0 0 1 1Umbt1uh 1tJmbaifhp
SSKK5SJJ8 Umbt1uh tJmbaifhp p 1 0 5 2 Totals Tota8Totals 30 Sl100 s = i io D
Werleyp 1 0 1 1 1Totals iTotals
Totals Totals 94 i 12111 12111Browns I tt iif Ii IiDroWM t
Browns 2 03241 0 3 2 1 113 1
ItloomingOale 1 io 1 0 0 01 0 1 i 3 3RuiwLe 3RunsLa I IRuneLe
RuiwLe 3lMt ststt Johnrtn Umbaugh Bensel
4 4 Kimmet 2 Baker Seymour Splfelman Spt lman
Teem Tocmy y 3 First base o on balls balIsOrr Off Kim
meLt mett off Umbaugh 1 off of Worler 3 In ¬
nings pitched 11ltcbedB pitchedBy By Umbaugh 5 by Worley Worl Y 2
Hits Vnad nadOrr Off Umbaugh 7 off Werle Werley 1
Struck out Outiy By Ktmmett 9 by Umbaurb 5
hy Y Worley V rley 1 L Len ft on baaea bW baaeBrowns Browns 2
BloomlnF Bloomln Illoomlngdaie < Ia e Ifl 1 TT Ttotoba Tobapo > baM hits hlt3I hitsfussier Slsaler sler
Hplelman Baker Stolen bases bMesBensel Bensel 5
Baker Toomey Tc om 3 Le Leatt aiatt Iatt 2 Fegan Hit Iii
by pitcher pitcherB By Klmmett 4 by b Umbaugh Umb1u h 2 2pitchesWorley
VJW pitches pltc1lcsWorley Worley Umbaugh Passed balU halt C
caner Carter 2 Fegan C C ZlRunerman Rogers
2i 1 JUn UfR 3JmhrsWairoa iJ rjsWairoa and L Lewis vla Time of o t
game rne Ipl0c2 J hoMJ and SO Q tilnutc I nutc
r I
kOfhe i Otherwise ise Engaged at t Present lrts nf I I
From Chicago Trlbuno
Winning Second Game GameKeeps GameKeeps GameKeeps
Keeps Em in Sec Seoond Se SeQnd Second
ond Place PlaceNEW PlaceNEV F1aceNEW
NEW YORK S Sept pt 21D 21Detroit trolt and andNew andsew andNew
New York Y rk American broke even in a adoubkheador adoub1ttbeader adoubleheader
doubleheader today t TheYankM nU ank > won wonche WIMIdto a athe
the first gam game through stsperir1Httisg stsperir1Httisgwhile uperir peri Wtditt Wtdittwhile WttftiK WttftiKvvntle >
while In the seeesd M nd d contact c nt t th UN ffpftI Tlgwr Figrasecured
j secured a a comnmntHcg c load in th flrat flrati ftrtjtludng lIrttnning
i Inning i Scares ScaresFirst Sc ScresFirst > rea reaFirst
First Game GameDetroit GameDetroit GameDetroit
Detroit RHOAX nIl 0 AII NewTork NocrtorkRHOAX R RHO H O A S
DJonosJf 5 0 t I Hod 1maaa a cf t 0 a s
SchaftferIb S 2 1 tOCeIJ OraroyK 2331 2 1 3 Il 1
Craftjnlef 1 IS 1 J I I SUtfff BI ihjf4ss th et S 1 t 5Cobbrt 9 IIObbrf
Ctobbrf C 00 0 O C Cluu C1WM1 lh 1 12 2 1C I I
RossroaiUb I Ill 11 I 0 Xortacjr 7 b I 2 I 4 I
DewnMb DWBI I C 1 i Laportrf La rt l 2 2Paynec I I I
Paynec OSIIIeI1tZ C Boflrf Be tf 1 l r
OLaryat O IIS IS e 2 2 2tIU2bjs1231 < BaH2bss JUb8I 3123 3123Mullinp 3 1 2 3 3lulllnp
Mullinp I 0 I C VIZUms3b WIUJaa WIUJaaBJones S I I ft ftBJones
BJones i i S 0 0 1 i nxxnaxe I 1 1Kllllanp 2 5 t I
Kllllanp 110 1 1 0 0 < ChMbrop CbMbro I 2 t S SLowe 5Lowe I Iowe
Lowe owe l i
tTocaM beak JHS71T lU71l 2
Totals 2 3411 > 14 14 1 1Batted IBtte4 1Batted
Batted rr r Orawfonl In ninth AJaU eth
Detroit lull 1 SII l 11 111e t
New 1e York 112031ft 1 1 1 x xThreebase X1 X1Th
Threebase Th ebaJIe i Mts JdtCrawtoni Crawford C Chesfct e rt La Laporte Laporte Laports
porte Thomas Oarer SaerUtee hits MtsCliaae NUI NUICKse hitsChase
Chase Moriartty Stoien aiea bM8 uCenr07 Conrojr 2 2Chas 2Chas I
Chas CItu6 1 L Based BcI on baNcOff CShssfcw Qti i eff effJlullln 5SfSiuflin 1 1lulIlI
Jlullln lulIlI 1 3tnkk wit oatBy By CSesfwo Cl eallco 1 by byMulHn byMelds I IMUUR
Melds 1 Hit by jMtokiMl bail b btUDy llBy By M MLeft SDUM oIIIa L LLen 1 1LeSt
Left oa bases HsesNew Jf w Y i York YorkIas tk rk < L mnlMrl mnlMrlcIaR np r jh rl rldaa
daa Tim TimAtteilan Time t gal hoer sad sadAtteedaneil8IS iii iiiAttllMIaneU
Atteilan AtteilanSecond AttllMIaneU AttllMIaneUSecond Atteedaneil8IS Atteedaneil8ISSecond
Second Game GameDetroit GameD GameDetroit
Detroit D roIt RHOAE RHO RMOAZJoeoslC A E N wYorkXHOAE Yorklt H 0 E
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Scba Schaefez5b fr3b 1 1 f 3 iBe11cr MOoarwrlf CDDrorlf S S 1 i t I
CrafOfdcf 2 IJ 1 5 I lWtflIsmeIb iwiRtamo3b WUJIaae IS 2 2 I
C CObbr bbrf 2 2Zl5GiCasae1b 3 1 t 0Cbaelb 1 14 4 i
BoManlb 4 1 1 t 5 < i 0 4 Mertar Moritrylb > r < b 22209 22209ScbmMtc 2 2 2 0 I
Downsb 4 1 1 5 ILaporlerf lr i 1 i 2 i 5 5 I
ScbmMtc 0170 S 1 7 5 0B Ba11 Datlas Uw 0004 I I I 4 I I
OLoarvsa O s 0131 e 1 3 1 OlBlatre 5 Blake 0 1 S 3 0 I
KUIanii 1100 1 1 5 f WHosgp Heggp 0 0 1 0 e E ET5Sis79fl
lN Neuerp i rp 00620 f fTota
Touts Tota T5Sis79fl s 7 921 9 1 S 0TMmas Th ThdtaasIl59I t 00060 00060I 9 9Iotal I IIotals
I Totals Iotal 2 7 72111 i i iBatted 2 2Betted 1 1Datted
Betted for Hogg la eacood eacoodDetroit econdDetroit sosoodDetroit
Detroit 420010 4 4ZSelOOew = 1 0 67 67ew 7
New ew York 010001 9 1 e I I 1 1 0 51 J JCalled I ICalled
Called In srwmth on account ot darkness darknessTwobase darkneaTbasehltMorianty darknessTtrobae
Twobase TbasehltMorianty hit httMoriarky Moriarity Thre ThreeItUo Threebese beo hits hltaCobb hitsCobb
Cobb Laporte Sacrifice hit hrtRo httRosssen httRosssenStolen Roesnwn1 Roesnwn1Stolen s a n1 n1Stolen
Stolen bases ba basesSchaefer Scboefer Crawford l onT > owns ownsSchmidt S SSchmidt
Schmidt Left on baste ba basesDetre4 tI Detroit 3 New NewYork NewYork NonYork
York 2 Struck out outD outBy By lever i by Nil Kllllan KIllian
lies 3 3 Bases OR balks baliefr Off Hogg 2 off offNouw or oilNousr I INouv
Nouw 1 off KlllM 1 Hit by pitcher pltcherB7 pltcherB7Neuer pitcherByNetter By ByNeuor
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St St Louis 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0Philadelphia 0PhUadolpbln
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New York York S Detroit 2 2First 2FIrst 2First
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Detroit 7 New York 2 2Second 2Seccnd 2Second
Second game gameCleveland j
Cleveland 5 Boston 1 1Todays 1Todays j jTodays
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No scheduled games gamesStanding mes mesStanding
Standing of the t e Clubs ClubsWon ClubsWon
Won Lost Pet PetPhiladelphia PctPldJadelpbfah FlItPhiladelphia
Philadelphia PldJadelpbfah i Si 13 43Detroit 608 608Detroit
Detroit 88 g gChicago K W f
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Cleveland SO 60 571 siiNesvYork
N New NesvYork wYork york 65 72 7 4 4St 44 4
St Louis Loulsm SO SOBoston Sf 428 sill 425 425Boston
Boston 58 S2 414
Washington 44 44NATIONAL 92 34 34NA 324NATIONAI
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Chicago 8 Boston 3 3St 3St 3St
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Plttsburg 84 84Brooklyn 54 60
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land 1 Boston 1 L Stolen St n bases bUeLoJole baesLaotBradley Lojole LojoleBradley i
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and 9 mInutes lnutu Attendance AttendanceS356 AttendanceS356EASTERN a 3 3I6 6 6EASTERN i iEASTERN
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guneRHE RHE RHEBuffalo RHEBuffalo i iDuffalo00
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1 Baltimore IUmore 0 0 0 5 0 000 o o oBatterIesMitchell 5 12 1 1 1BatteriesMitchell
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score 8 r of 1 to 0 Score ScoreWttsbr ScoreMt Score1itbbrgRHOAB
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Swanicalb 1 1 1Storke3b 8 0 Batcblf J3atchlt 0 US I 1 1 0 0Maloneycf
Storke3b 0 2 26Ibaonc 2 2 Maloneycf 0 0 6 1 C CGlb
6Ibaonc Glb nc 0 1 1SLeverp 4 0 MRltterc Rltterc 00420 0 0 i 2 9
SLeverp 0 1 1Sheehan 0 0 OJRuckerp RuckerpO 00100 0 0 1 0 0 0Shaehan 0Sheehan
Sheehan 0 1 1Phelps 0 0 M 0
Phelps 0 0 090 0 0TntaJ 0 0 Total 0 ECS 9 1 1Total 1Total 1Totals
Total 113ST 112 7 0 0Sheeimn
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CINCINNATI CI CI NATI Ohio Sept 2L 21Th The TheNew i iNew
New York Nationals secured a com commanding commanding ¬
manding i load In todays game and easily easilydefeated easilydefeated easilyefeated
defeated d Cincinnati Score ScoreNf Scoref
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Ssie gael 1 hour and 46 minutes minutesCARDINALS minutesCARDINALS mInutesCARDINALS
ST LOUIS Sept 2L ZTbe The St St Louis LouisCardinals LouisCadlJaJs S SCardinals
Cardinals scored four runs rl rissenough senough enough to toboat tobottt t S Sbeat
boat the Philadelphia PbU delphla Nationals Natiopalsin a Uonal in the thef thecondtnnblg th C CPcond
f Pcond condtnnblg cond inning on hits by Murray lurra Hol HolIck Hoick
ilck l Ick Hopkins Hostatter and Karger Kargers
I A lair crowd was as s out o t despite the th mis miserable miserable miserable ¬
erable weather It was as too chilly ch1ll for forcomfort torcomfort fo r rcomfort
comfort and there were ere light showers showersthroughout 8howerathroughout a athroughout
throughout tno h d day y Score ScorePhils SeorePblk ScorePhils
Phils RHOAE RHO AE St St LoulsRHOAE LoulsR H 0 A E Eec
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IPMla Philadelphia epbla 0 0 5 0 0 1 1 1St 9 0 2 2Si 2StLouIs
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Tirobass hits bttsIag Magee e 2 Sacrifice S crlA < e hit hitMar hitMarIIhal1 hitMaxshall Mar Marshall ¬
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I CHICAGO Sept 21 21Young Young did well welluntil wellI we II
until the fourth Inning when the cham champions champions charnpleas I ¬
I pions hit him hard and continued the thework thew th a awork
work w rk till ho was as relieved rellev d by Frock a aNew aNew
New Englander EaglanderFrock EnglanderFrock EnglanderFrock
I Frock did finely but came too late lateEvers 13teEvers latI latIEvers
Evers made an extraordinary record on onsecond onaecond o n nsecond
second base Score ScoreChicago Scorer ScoreChicago
Slaglecf 1 1 8 0 0 I Hofbnanrf 0 1 5 51 1 0
I if Schecdlf ir 10400 1 i 0 4 5 I Teoaeylb 11420 1 1 4 2 0
Hoffman 22000 2 2 0 0 I Bra4nlt t > 11021 f I 1 0 2
Chanoelb 2 1 111 11 1 0 I Brooatcf 01100 0 1 1 0 0 0I
S nfeldtSb Snr ldtib 0 1 0 0 C Rltcheylb 11120 11120EVcrs 1 1 1 z I
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r Tlnkerms 80236 0 0 2 3 0 Ball c 00720 0 0 7 2 0
I Pfelatcrp 10110 1 0 1 1 0 Toting p p 0 0 e I IFrock 0
Fro Frock Fxockp k p 08180 I 0 1 9
Totals S 7 1715 27 IS 0 Sueney 00008 00008t 9 9 9 0 0tNee1ham
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I SacrlHce hit hlt6h hIthsckard Shckard kard Stolen bases blUesSlaftl Slagte 5
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llft 1idvter cr 3 off louni loung 5 off Frock 2 Hit H It Ity
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I ALTON Ill Sept a IAbe Abe Attell and andBrooklyn a ai an anThooklyn a
i Brooklyn Tommy Sullivan fought six sixfast sixi si Lx Lxftst
i fast rounds here this afternoon Honors Honorswere 3 3were
i were ere even and the decision calling a adraw aI adrav
draw da met with Ub general oneral approval approva l
I EIghteen hundred people saw the con conjert cont corserf
serf t eFt v vLebanon
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CARLISLE Pa Pa Sept 21 211n In the thefirst thenrst thefirst
first game of the football season seasonplajed seasonplayed
played pla ed here hr this afternoon attern n the Car Carllsls Carlisle
lisle lIs1 Indians easily defeated the theLebanon
Lebanon Valley ValieyCollege Va ey College eleven by a ascore ascore
score of 40 to 0 0r
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J Junior nipr Champion and andFirst an di diFirst dFirst
First Special Go to toThem toThem t
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NEW NEW YORK YORK Sept 2L 21Two Two mpr m re vie vieto vieiI 1c 1cI
to t iI rl I 95 s s were ere scored by James R R Keene Keeneat Keeneat
at a t Gravesend today and now no the thestables thostables theables
stables st ables winning for the season is away awayahead awa awaahead
ahead a head of anything done heretofore in inAmerica InAmadea
America AmericaMr Amadea1r A merica
Mr Keenes winnings amount to i
347000 347000 3 Celt and Bullet B lot were the thq horses horsesthat horsesthat
that t brought home the bacon for the theKeene theKeene
Keene K eene stable today Celt won the theJunior tlte tlteJunfor he
Junior J Champion Stakes for twoye ± twoyearolds twoyear woyekrlds r rolds
olds o lds and Ballot captured the First FirstSpecial FinstSpecial
Special S The two races netted Mr MrKeone MrKeane r
Keone K eone nO1 nO1Junior 10700 10700Junior 10700unior
Junior J unior Easy for Celt CeltFour CeltFour
Four horses went wentto jto the post for the theJunior theTunlor
Junior J Champion an event a little short shortof hort hortof hortf
of o f six furlongs Besides Celt the start starters starters ¬
ers e ra were Uncle Uncle Meellck and Firestone FirestoneWhen FIrestoneWhen
When W hen the barrier went pp ip p STeeltek STeeltekJumped MeeUckJumped Meeflckumped
Jumped j umped out In I front and set a sizzling sizzlingpace slzUngpace
pace p ace through the mud The Madden Maddencolt Maddencolt
colt c olt was closely followed tollow d by Uncle UncleCoit UncleCoit t7ncieolt
Coit C olt and Firestone were outrun during duringthe durlngthe
the t he first part of the Journey At the thehalf thehalf thealf
half h alf Meellck had had enough and Uncle Undowas Unclewas
was w an In the lead hard pressed by Celt CeltTurning CeltTurnfng
Turning T into the stretch stret stret h Miller I1Uer got ot Celt Celtin CeitIn
in I n front and he gradually went away awayto aW8Yto
to t o win by a length and a half halfThe haJ haJThe
The race wg run In IM 11 pretty good goodlime goodtJme
lime l 4nse for the distance dl tance and condition conditionBallots conditionand
and a nd ol tc track trackBtJlots
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in I n th the First Special Keeae P put t Ntaol Ntaolup NicolP
up u P Instead d of Miller and Nicol rode rodethe rodetho rodethe
the right kind of a race on Ballot He HeJet Heteok
teok t the fact colt right to the tore aadJet and
Jet J et him run loose an the way At the themile tJlemile themile
mile he was a length and a half h lt In front frontof frontor frontr
of O r Electioneer and the latter was alout aloutthe aloutthe abouthe
the t he same distance before SaivMere SaivMereRunning Sa SS4 vWere vWereRunning Videreunning
Running R unning Water was fourth Montgomery Montgomeryft
ft I th h and Frank GIU brought uo u the their
I x 4 ir r Ballot tired tI od a bit In the theS1retch theS1retchand srretch srretchaifcl aretchrid
14 and a xa rid NICe had to ride him bard to to win winjby winy 1n 1nb
jby i b y thre threeQ1rters qiarters of a Ungtb from frome fromlehgta fwmE1 fmieeUoneer
E1 eeUOneer ieeUoneerialvidere eeUOneerf
cfalvldero lk1ere closed cl s very veryonly cry strr strr e nd d doJly ws5 ws5giy
f only o giy beattfi b tl half a lehgta le leP lef lew gtn for second l5ero1dpT seccxxd1ce
P pT ce 1cecllot
Btllo cllot Tall the mile and a quartt In InFU in inhe
I f FU he J reryarkable rHkable time of 2Si CQnsld constdCrl25 constdCrl25Et ct cthcavy
w t Et > heaVy hcavy n avS going The two stakas rur rurished ur urntahed ur ur1l1
ntahed 1l1 x ished hcd splendid races and the big ccw ccwf < rxw3 rxw3of a aof
of o f over 0 over ver 15W9 persons perso ns voted It one of O tai taibest tb tbbest t tt
best t days sport of the season seasonSummaries HSOn8pnmnries seasonSnmaries
Summaries SummariesiJrst 8pnmnriesJrat Snmariesthrat
iJrst thrat Jrat race r1ceSeUlng Soiling threeyearoldt and andcrward andtrward
crward about six furlongs Tom Mc McGrath ifc ifcGrath
Grath 9C E JDugan Du n 1 to 2 won OR Flem Fleming Io1eminb Fiemng ¬
ing i ng S7 7 Notter 6 to 1 second RpWn RpWnHood3M Robin RobtnHood RobinHondIDI
Hood3M Hood rMH Miller T S to 1 1 thlrcL tMI Time TimeIM Time11e Timel0
IM 1 l0 Shotgun Gramorinre Firebrandand Flrernand Firebrand FIrerafldand
and Monet Ionct also ran ranSecond ranSecond
Second race raceHlvhcock Hitchcock Steeplechase SteeplechaseHandicap Steeplechase SteeplechaseHand SteeplechaseHandcap
Handicap Hand p fouryearolds and upward upwardabout Upwar Upwaraoout upwardabout
about two and onehalf on ha1f miles Gus GusStraus OUI5Straug
Straus Itt l5 fMcAfert 1 11 to H 11 won on Dr DrKeith DrKeith DrI
Keith 137 Dupee < Dup e 1 15 to 5 secou seoo Blue BhiePig Bluepjgon BhuPIgEon I
Pig PIgEon on 1 145 Archibald 13 1 to K 1 It third thirdTim thirdTlnw
Tim Tints 4S1 4 S1 3i HoraoseUe also ran but butrelL butelt E
relL elt
Third ract rac racJuzsior Junior Champion two twoyeerokls twoYNlrolds twoysarolds
yeerokls about six furlongs Celt 1W 1WMiller 14fT1IUler I0
Miller 7 to 10 won On Uncle T 10i Not Netten Notter
ten tar 5 to 1 1 second second Moeiick 117 EX EXDugin EoDu E EDugan
Dugin Du ut 7 Z to 2 third Time T e Id 11t Fire Firestone ¬
stone also ran ranP ranFuurth ranFourth
P Fourth > urth race raceFIrst First Special threeyear threeyearolds threejearoids threeyearOMS
olds and upward u ard one and a quarter quartermiles ruartermiles quartemiles
miles Ballot 117 Nlcel 2 to l 1 WOK WOKElectioneer WOl1J1 wonElectioneer
J1 Electioneer tloneer 11 U1 Knapp 12 to L I second eeclHldSalvlderc secondSalvlderc secondSalvldere
Salvlderc 114 CB E Dugan J 9 > tr2 tc 4 2 third thirdTim th1r thirdTim l lTInt
Tim Z Oi K Montgomery Hinging Wa Water Wate WaIcr ¬
ter te and Frank GUI also rail Mont Montgomery MontFomery Montgonlery ¬
gomery an added starter starterFifth atarterFifth tarterFilth
Fifth race raceSellin raceSelling Selling thr thrtYeJr01dH thrtYeJr01dHanJ eyearokls eyearoklsand C Cand
and upward 1M < < u and nd onefrlxteenth onefrlxteenthmiles unebteenUImlksArlmo I IniksArtmo
miles mlksArlmo Arlmo 13t Carman Jrj Jr M to 1 1won 1WOR
won Sir Toddington 131 Cai Cutskly kiy 11 11U nf 1 I Ini
U f ir 1 s stl stcnnd trtnd n Lane Alien 146 OBrlem
13 to 5 third Time 131 15 Recruit Recruitand RecruitaJ1d
and De Deiaber aber al also o nut nutSixth nutSlxU1 rat ratSixth
Sixth race roceTwoycarold 9c Twoy TwOtaroI41 raroW flUIosi miles flvo flvofurlongs fivofurJong fly a aturlongsLeslroua
furlongs turlongsLeslroua 3 V slroue rouc 11 Preston II to towon letwon tI
5 won Aunt Ut t Rose ROe 114 U Mountain 15 15to 15to I S Sto
to 1 second Queen Marguerite 106 106Low 118tLowu 10 10iLowa
tLowu Low j 15 to 1 1 I third Time 1 1t 2 Mar Martha rartha ¬
tha Jane ane Lady WInlfrtd Priceless PricelessJewel PricelessJ PricolesJewel IJarS S
Jewel J wel Mli Misc Angle An Number One Rose RoseWhite RoseWhitE Roe RoeVblte
White < and Belle IJe of Mayfalr also ran ranSeventh ranenth ranseventh
Seventh enth race raeeS raceSelling S lling threeyearolds threeyearoldsand threeycaruldand
and upward about six furlongs furlongsChlef furlongsChlefHavelf furlongsChicHayes Chief ChiefHayee
Hayes 9t 9 Surater IS to 1C 1ft won Gold Golden Golde Golden ¬
en e Shore K J2 E 5 Duf Duin in n 1 Ii to second secondHwrmy secondHouray d dH
Hwrmy H Qray M 8 S7 D Miikr lItiler 30 to 1 third thirdTime thirdTtme thIrdTime
Time Time 111 1 11 25 Troublemaker Blandy 1nd 1ndGolden
Golden G Idtn Vest Glamor Lone Hand Flls Fllsand FIIiand I Iand
and Ritardo also ran ranGravesend ranGraves ranGravesnd
Gravesend Graves nd Entries EntriesFirst EntriesFirst EntriesFirst
First race raceTwoearOlds Twoyearolds five e and andonehalf andonehalf ani anionehalf
onehalf furlongs Fort Johnson J ftJtMnJ1Z ftJtMnJ1ZPEUcheo H2 H2Porcheo j2 j2Percheo
Porcheo ItS Gowan 108 Miss > lIss Dftianer Dftianer1H D DlCH
1H Tommy folnm Abeam 102 Rosiroiro ml mlGlaucue HGJauCU8 Ill IllGlaucue
Glaucue 192 Sparker M Ma Masque MasquC qu HB HBC 1 1Burt
C W V Burt 112 Norbttt Id IGBlack IGBlackMary I Black BlackMary Blac BlacMary
Mary 114 Black Sheep 1 107 T Alex Grant Grantt Grant1G2
t 1G2 102 2
1G2Second 2Second
Second race racoSeJUtf Selling steeplechase steeplechaseabout steeplecbLseabout steeplechaseabout
about two t o miles Judge White 122 122Sheriff mSherItr UISlinriff
Sheriff AVilllamB UUams 1M Islam 132 Fol Follow FoIlow FOllow ¬
low On 13S 1 Flyinsr Flyin Machine 13 13 13Knsht 11Knight I
Knight or Ehv Eiway 143 Benla1 IO Ban BannolI Bannell
nell 137 High igh Rank 132 13 Guardian GuardianThird Guardan13e I II35
13e oPaprua 100 Blue Pigeon 130 130Third 130Third
Third race raceAll All ages about six fur furlongs furlonfs furlongs
longs Dt Mund 128 1 ± 5 Jack Atkln 123 123Prince 13Prl1tce I IPrthce
Prince Hamburg 114 Jacobite Ill Jug Jugsrler Jugftler Juggler
srler 110 11 Dreamer Dream r 112 Bat Masterson 1
100 Sir Toddlngton TO dlngton 37 Chief Hayes 95 95Frank 9iiFrank 91 I IFrank
Frank Lord 89 Clolsteress SX Momen Momenturn Momentum Mometiturn
turn 1 108 S Tram 94 Also eligible elIgibleSut elIgibleSutrra eligibleSulfrage Suf Suffrajse
frajse rra 14 Veil 114 Baby Wolf 117 117Kcator 111Kentor ir irNeater
Neater 106 King I KIngn ng Daughter IDS Mo Monet Mo Monet c cnet ¬
net net 90 9 Glenham 36 Gentian S4 S4Fourth StFourth 4 4Fourth
Fourth race raceAlbemarle Albemarle Handicap one oneand onean on IC ICansi
and an onesixteenth oneslxte nth miles Brookdale Ic
Nymph 115 Xlllrlne 105 Tokalon 114 114Miss lI lIMiss
Miss Crawford 106 Kenneyetto 14 14Moonshine 101Ioonshlne I IMoonsbine
f Moonshine S7 Tanke Yankee Girl 103 103Fifth loiFifth 1 1Fifth
Fifth race raneThreeyearolds Threeyearolds and up upselling upI ciselling
selling one and oneeighth one shth miles Rye RI a
I 100 Woolstone 100 Zlpango K 9 G ° Golf Golfball lf lfball I Iball
ball 112 DArkle 98 9 Orbicular 106 101 3
Inquisitor S3 Wes W S3 Lally Lan S St StJoseph Sti S I IJoseph
i Joseph 100 June Tim M 4 Lord Bad6 Bad6i adse adseSS 5
i SS Punky 93 Pale talete alei p J S3 9 Tezzn Te Tetnxto o Ml MlSixth 102i 3 2 2Sixth
i Sixth race Mald aId aidn n flllles nnd nd geld I
ings five and oienilf o 113Jf rurlon tortonl5 rs Saving Savingfolk O1ug iit
Jeel Heel Ins Kln King z Plate 11k i Pity V vLs 5g
1M Glorious Bet5 Betsy Ii t Toil ToUgaacc 1S i
DIxie Gold 108 Panta as I r s loi loifolk ur urfolie
folk 106 10 Mrs Irs OFarreiU 1 11 A Aga AgaDorothea ts tsDoroth nss nssJDorothea
Dorothea Doroth > W6 I Mlrazar 1 ItS S 5ueen UEtn uEenthe it ith > f fthe
the h Hills 108 Brother Brorh r Jonathan J K6 1 lt
Winning Star St 1 188 S C Gentleman ntlftman 1 lIS lISSeenth 19Seventh S SSeventh
Seventh race raceMalden Maiden fillies and and geld eJd I ¬
ings five and onehalf furloiigs furlc gs Match Matchmaker ratchmaker fatci 1 1maker ¬
maker lOS Banrida 103 Imitator 188 I 3
rIda Ida D IDS Puwler lOS Sparker Sprker MS 1 3 S
Wedding 106 10 Nella Neli A 1 li 165 Lois LIs Cav Cavanagh Cv Cvanagh Caianagh
anagh lOSr 10 106 Night Mist Mist 16S lQ Golden Glde Golds
B Buckle ckle 108 Black Owl lOS 10 Edlna Edna 103 10 10
Complete IDS IDSWeather lO 108Weather
Weather cloudy track slowv slowvApprentice slow slowAppretce slowApprentlce
° Apprentice Appretce Coupled allowance alow ce claimed claiIe
Distances D Jamestown JamestownDistance Jametown JametownDistance JamestownDistance
Distance by Fraction Fractionof Fracion Fracionof Fractionof
MONTREAL IO RA Canada Ca Sept 2L 2Rph 2RphRost 21Ralph 21Ralphose Ralph RalphRose
Rose R ose tho worlds WOlds champion capin shot sot putter puttercontinued putor putorcontued pttoratinued
continued contued co atinued his recordbreaking rrdbzekub feats fe this thisafternoon thisaferoon thisternoon
afternoon aferoon af ternoon at the te games ges for the te Canadian Canadianchampionship Ci Canadianampionship
championship camplonblp ch when he he put pt the te ISppund ISppundshot I6pundot 6 und undshot
shot sh ot 49 f feet eet t 7 74 Inches ichu beating 1eg his hs own ownrecord owncord owncord
record re cord made me at a Jamestown Jamestow by three threeQuarters te tequaers threeuarters
Quarters quaers q uarters of an a inch inchThe Ic InchThe
The he athletes atlete from the United Ute States Statesmade Sttes Sttesmde Statesade
made mde m ade a good gd showing sowig and ad captured cpe a amajority a amjorfty aajority
majority mjorfty m ajority of tie I 18 events eventsSummaries event eventsSummaries
Summaries Summaries100yard Summsre Summaries1410yard
100yard lyd dash dahWon dashWon Won by W D Eaton EatonBoston Etn Eatonoston
Boston Botn B oston A A H H K K Huff Huf Chicago Ccg A AC Asecond
C c second eeond Time 3 1 10 W i > seconds secondsSS8yard send secondz889yard
SS8yard S run rnWon runWon Won by M M W Sheppard SheppardIrtohAmerlcan Seppa SheppardishAmerican
IrtohAmerlcan IrAercn Ir IrO A A C Andrew Adrew Glarner GlarnerOlympic Glmer GlmerOlymP Glarnerlympic
Olympic OlymP O Club California Curorna second ecn J JBromilow JBrmlow Jromllow
Bromilow Brmlow B romllow I A A C third tIr Time 1 1S8 8 25 25Putting 2Putting 25Putting
Putting 16pcnnd lp und shot shotW shotWon > Wonby by Ralph Ralphfeet Ra1phRose Ralphose
Rose R ose Olympic Club CaU0nua California with 43 43feet 43et
feet fe feto et 7 inches W W V Coke jr Bos Boston Boston Boan ¬
ton to n A A A second secondPole secondPole secondPole
Pole vault vaultVon Won by byr J A A Eppeay EppeayMontreal Eppe1YMontreal Eppenyontreal
Montreal M ontreal A A A A A A Grant New York YorkA YorkC YorkC
A C second J 1 Hartley Montreal A AA A AA Ahlrd
A A bird Distance I tance 11 feet f t 5 5 5V inches inches228yard InchesXISyard
228yard 8 ard run runDead Dead heat between H HJv H HJ HHuff
Jv J Huff Chicago A A A A and P I h Taka Takanian TakaUlan Takatan
nian Ulan ti tan Montreal A AA A Time 23 2 25 sec seconds seco seeisSs ¬
onds o isSs The men tossed a coin for fo first firstplace tirstplace firstlace
place p lace and Huff won wonThreensJle wonThreemJle wonThreemile
ThreensJle run runWon Won by J J Daily DailyL DaIlyL DailyA
L A A A A C J N McCralg McCraI Montreal MontrealA
A A A A second J E E Lambie Montreal MontrealA rO treal trealA
A A A A third Time Time 151 15144tyard 1il4tlyard 151440yard
44tyard run unWon Won by M L W Sheppard SheppardL
L A A A A C New York G J Ford F rd New NewYork Ne NeYork Nearork
YO York Y ork A A C second Andrew Glarner GlarnerOlympic GlamerOlyJtlple Glarnerlympic
Olympic O CiJb California third Time
5 5 0 seconds secondsI secondsMile v vMlte
I Mile run nanWoo Won by J E Eo Elsie Elsie jr jrNew jrI Jrew
I New N ew York A A C c J Bro BrolRllGw llowv L A A A AC A AI Asecond
I C Co Ct second E E Cote Montreal A A A Athird A AthJrd Ahird
third t Time 4 431 431Georgetown 31 2ti 2tiGeorgetown 2 2Georgetown
Georgetown GeorgetownBasketball GeorgetownBasket GeorgetownBasketball
Basketball BasketballTo Basket ball ballTo
To the thePore thePoreCaRtain ForeCatain Fore ForeCaptain
Captain Downey Wants Wantsto
to Have Big Colleges CollegesHere CollegesHere CollegesHere
Here HereThis Herel1I1s HereTiis
This coming fall trill see Georgetown Georgetownwith Ckomtownth Georgetownw4th
with w4th th one et f the fastest basketball ketba1I teams teamsin te teaman ms msIn
in I n the country coentryTkrougk co countryThrough ntry ntryTAroug
Through the active actve hustlIng ht1StHn of Dick DickDowney DickDowney DickDownay
Downey captain of the team Coach CoachJoyce CoachJoyce Coachoyce
Joyce J oyce will 111 have an allstar ggregattort ggregattortto JggregaUonto
to t o pick from It is expoctud that every everymember everymember everymember
member of last years fast Carroll CanlIInstI CanlIInstItnte last Institute lastate ¬
ate t team will attend the thelnstltUtion thelnstltUtionthis institution institutionthis Institutionthis
this fall and and in addition to this Fred FredBice FredRice FretsRIce
Rice will also eater dflte Rice was the cap captain up uptain capabs ¬
tain t and star of the George Washington Washingtonteam WashingtonttIt WashIngtoneani
team t last year and was the chief far factor faror ¬
I tor t or in administering two drubbings to toGeorgetown toGeorgetown toGeorgetown
Georgetown thereby winning the t e cham championship championship championship ¬
pionship of scholastic Washington WashingtonAlthough WashingtonAlthough WashingtonAlthough
Although no schedule has as yet been beenarranged beenarranged beenarranged
arranged Captain Downey expects to tohave tohave tobare
have some of the big colleges down her herthis here herethis herefalL
this falL The team has been practicing practicingfor practicingfor
for the last week at the Carroll Insti Institute Institute malllute ¬
tute under the coaching of Prof Joyce JoyceAt JoyceAt JoyceAt
At the last meeting of the officers otrlcersoot otrlcersootthe of ofthe ofhe
the t he Washington Basketball League Leaguethere Leaguethere Leaguethere
there was some contention as to1 to1whether tl tlwhether t twhether >
whether the extra alias of 0 the Carroll Carrollteam Carrollteam Carrollsaxi
team t saxi would be allowed There is nothing nothingIn nothingithe i iIn
In the rules which prohibit this A col college col1ege cclloge ¬
loge team can be composed of club play players plaYers playera ¬
ers but when h n playing under the college collegename collegename collegename
name the the must play pia college teams and andwhen andwhen andwhen
when playing under their club name namethey n3methey namethey
they must play with club teams teamsR teamsR teamsR
R L I Methodistst MethodistsPigskin MethodiststPigskin MethodiststPigskin
Pigskin Squad SquadBranching SquadBranching SquadBranching
Branching Out OutHas OutHas OutHas
Has Games With Strong StrongTeams StrongTeams StrorigTeams
Teams Away From FromHome FromHom FromHome
Home HomeThat Hom HomThat HomeThat
That the Rhode Island Methodist I t foot football football football ¬
ball team of this season will JU be the best bestthat bestthat bestthat
that has represented this club lub now nowseems now5eems nowseems
seems assured Manager Roller and andsquad a asquad a asquad
squad of thirty football stars were at atMcDevltts atIDevlUs atMcDevitts
McDevltts field yesterday tsterda afternoon afternoongoing afternoonolng afternoongoing
going olng through some of the heavy work workBight workEight workEight
Eight of last years eleven are out outOf outor outOf
Of the veteran eterar class Van Foulke will willagain willaJ3ln wiltagain
again be seen at center with the tot following tolllowIng tothwlng ¬
lowing p placers ers In their old positions positionsJoint positionsJoint positionsJoint
Joint left guard u rtl Ross left end E Bcrn Bcrnteln Bcrnstein rotrn rotrnIoteln
stein teln quarterback Moore Ioore right tackle tackleWhltten tackleWhitten tackleWhitten
Whitten fullback Bradley Bradle halfback
Palmer right guard and LeMatt half ¬
back The most promising material will
be found in ii the t e following squad who are aretrying sretrylnb aretrying
trying to replace the vets Handy Hand
Vandersrift Gaunt Quinn Fisher Nor Norrts Norna or
rts na Worley Burgess and Haislip Haislipanag8r
Manager anag8r Keller stated last evening
that the only members mem ers of last years
team whose services rvtces he would loso would
be Stuart and Finley who are at present
In San Antonio Texas and a Ray the
star right tackle tackle who will be with with the
University of Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaOut PennsyJanlaOut PennsylvaniaOut
Out of Town Town Games GamesAlthough GamesAlthouh GainesAlthough
Although the schedule has not been beencompleted beencompleted beencompleted
completed there are a a number of hard hardgames Mrdgames hardgames
games on the list Some of the games gamesare gamesre gamesare
are re the Annapolis Plebes at t Annapolis An aplis
Baltimore City College at Baltimore Ba1umoreld
Md ld Baltimore Polytechnic Institute at at
Baltimore the Catholic University ot otU
this city and the Eastern
High School
U g coo
of l this city clt
Arrangements ae a e also be b
tub made for the Methodists to meet
SwSSe Westt3rn Westernliigh toVU Preps High School l and an the George GeorsThe Geor GeorgeThe < >
The management Is anxious to arranga
games with other strong elevens In this thisTtaw
city and would recognize challenges
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