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10 THE WASHINGTON W TIMES MONDAY 1rO arosn lA + Y JUNE 20 o 1910 sio sioNews
News Comment and Gossip of the Whole WholeWorki World of Professional and Amateur Sport r
Began May 10 andHas and Has Lasted Month and Ten Days Daysfor Dayfor DaysNATIONALS
for Percentage of 548 548LayOffsMade 548LayOffs LayOffs LayOffsMade a aMade
Made Clear ClearTHOMAS ClearBy
No ga same tie today Traval TravalOne Traveling to Boston BcNItoROne BostonOne
One game ame in Boston Bo tomorrow but buttwo buttwo buttwo
two on Wednetl WednesdayThe Wednesday WednesdayThe 8Y 8YThe
The oldest inhabitant oant recollect recollectwhen reeoUecthen recollectwhen
when hen a Washington team went through throughthe throuhthe throughthe
the Western circuit and got an even evenbreak ewenbreak evenbreak
break as Washington did wh when n it itwound ItWund Itwound
wound up in St Louie Lou yesterday by bytaking bytaking bytaking
taking the last game from the Brown Brownby BrowMby Brownaby
by 4 to 1 1 Maybe Mike Scanlon can cancall cancall cancall
call to mind such a momentous proceeding proceed proceeding proceeding ¬
ing for he was the manager of the theWashJngton theWashington
Washington team when it lived moved movedand mcVfIdand mGvedand
and had Its being in the beat circles circlesco
co long that It learned to drink coffee coffeewithout eo coffeewlthnut ee eeW1t
W1t without nut the mustache cup and to use usefinirer UMflnl uaeflncer
finirer flnl er bowls for ablutions instead 1 ob oblations ob oblations oblations ¬
lations lationsLet lations lationsLet
+ 1 1Let
Let us not become bec D1e puffed up with prideend pride prideand I Iand
and vainglory a1nglo 1 Is a good tip but we Juat Juatcant justcant
cant help It lilt It1t ¬ I
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lt is but natural that the Washington Washingtonfans
fans should count their era from the theopening theopening theopening
opening game of the Western series Ml1 In InCleveland inCleyeland InCleveland
Cleveland but it must be recalled that thatbefore tbatbefore thatbefore
before Jumping to the wild and woolly woollythere woollythere woollythere
there was a session in New York where whereWashington whereWashington whereWashington
Washington won one one lost three so Mthe that thatthe thatthe
the road performance to date I 14 ten lost lostand loet8nd lostand
and eight won This is an average of ofHi orm
Hi away from home which hJeh ws suggest suggestthat utIs
Is traveling at Quit a rate for a team teamthat teamthat
that could have hV been patted on the bagc bagcif bsckif
if It had made a percentage < e of but 38 in ineighteen 111eighteen Ineighteen
eighteen games in the enemy country countryWashington countryWashington countryWashington
Washington gained 21 1 points in per perc perCQnfage percentage
c CQnfage n age in the West It landed there therewith tborowitt therewith
with 421 m having been dragged down by bythe bJthe bythe
the New York series and now has 448 448Its 44Its 44 44Its
Its entire record on the road so far is
444 thus making it two points better betterthan betterthan betterthan
than for the season
The five game In Boston are not a apleasant aIeasant apleasant
pleasant Ieasant thought thou ht The Red Sox are area area area
a stumbling block to this team for forthey fortney forthey
they have had an outfielder or two twofor twOfor twocount
for several years who could ld b be count counted counted ¬
ed upon to break the coufence coufenceld fence atpi at theThe the theexpense theexpense
expense of Washingtons pitchers pitchersThf pitchersTh pi
The redoubtable Trio Speaker is now nowin nowIn nowin
in his prime a worthy successor to toDo toDo toDo
Do j Gessler who had a castiron paten pat paten paten ¬
en on demolishing Washington Washingtonho n nto
ho tes es by a weird swat to the further furthermcst furthermeat urthermest
meat limit of the ground and whenever wheneverthe wheneverthe
the th Nationals atton thought u ht they the outhad had a achance achance athe
chance to finish ahead ahead aheadbest About Athey Atheyout out the thebest thebest
best that could be hoped for in Boston Bos Boston Boston ¬
ton would be two games out of f fbut five fivebut fivebut
but if any more are shoved this way waythey waythe waythey
they the will be received with a profound profoundcurtesy profoundcurtesy profoundf
curtesy of o oton f thanks Should washing washington
ton take two out of o five it will come comhomo comehomo comehome
homo with a percentage of 435 for forthe forthe forthe
the trip a figure that win put An Annette Annette Annette ¬
nette Kellormsns Kell rmn s in the shade as aspleasant a apleasant alleasant
pleasant subject sUbje < t for contemplation I IWashington If IfWashington ItVashlngton t
Washington gets three out of five fivefrom Avefrom fivefrom
from Boston its road percentage will willbe willbe willbe
be 479 479Beyond 479Beyond 479Beyond
Beyond that three out of Ave we wedassent w wliUHIent wedassent
dassent liUHIent even think thinkWhat thinkWhat thinkWhat
What we hope te l the real status of ofthe ofthe o othe f
the Nationals for or the season seasonwith began beganwith
with Ith the invasion of tb the East by the theWest tb tbW
West W t on May W It will be remembered rememberedthat rememberedthat rememberedthe
that the club had fared badly a athe at atthe atthe
the hands of ItsEastern Us Eastern brethren but buttook buttook buttook
took a wonderful brace against the inwaders in invaders invaders ¬
vaders winning nine out of > t thirteen thlrtHngames thirteengaroes n
games Then it went into foreign foreignitself parts
itself starting at New York where i iwon it itwon Itwon t
won one and lost three jumped to th thWest the e te
West and won seven and lost seven Chi Chicago Chicago Chcago ¬
cago was U the first Western team to tocome tocome t tcome o
come here a month and ten days day ago agoSince agoSince
Since then Washington 1 hall won seven seventeen Mventeen seventeen ¬
teen games and lost fourteen a percentage per percentage percentage ¬
centage of 548 for the period Thadan That is isan Isan
an unusually long sustained au talned streak o owinning of ofwinning otwInning f
winning baseball for this city and it i
Is no wonder the fans are becoming
foolish as they think of it itMcBride It ita itMcBride
McBride yesterday fattened his av average averae ¬
em erage a some more as a timely hitter by bymaking bymaking b bmaking r
making a double in the first ins insthat inning i
that scored ored two men menThere menThere i
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There seems to be some confusion confusionabout confusionabout confusionabout I
about the layoffs in the schedule bu but t
veit stole e second and a Slberfeld
walked e Gesslers ers infield cut advanced
them to to third and second McBride
doubled to left scoring Lelivelt and El
berfeld In the fourth inning innl < McBride
began by walking Conroy hit to center
and on Hoffmans late throw throw McBride
j reached third and Conroy second Unglaub Un tJnSJaub
glaub drove to Hartsell at third and
McBride was exterminated Conroy
taking third and Unglaub second on the th
foul deed eed Street singled scoring both
runners Twas thus that four runs ro rowere runswere
were made In the seventh inning Hartsell Hart
sell got the first single off Johnson Wal ¬
lace fanned and Hartsell took second HCOndon
on a passed ball Newman got a scratch
hit S Sfehwjitzer hw ltzer f forced Newman Hartsell
coming coml home on th the out outHere outHere outHere
Here are the glad tidings IB figures AsurMSt figuresSt figuresSC
St Louis AB R R JI Q A B 1ir
Fisher r If 4 1 1 1
Hartsdl Sb 4 II 1 1 2 1 1
Wallace allaee as 4 1 < 1 2 4 1
Newman Newmanallaee lb 2 0 3 U I f
Schwltzer hw1tzer rf J t S 1 i f
Hoffman of f 1 1 2 f t
Troesdale 2h 2 I ff 1 1 i
Stephens Sk pbeIas c cLake I 4 I I 5 I
Lake > p 1 1 5 1 a
lee MeeCrls III b becnu + 1
ecnu Crls 1 1Totals I i iTotal I 1 I
Totals It 3 1 4 42 42Batted 11 1 1Batted
Batted for 01 Trueadttk Tn T ese ia ia Ie seventh sveatihtVashing 8II LBR j
Washmgtoa tVashing ton AB BR R H O A B I
Milan cf c 5 1 1 2 1 I
Ieltvelt If 4 1 S S t I
FlserfeM Fl erfeld > 3 JI S 1 0 I 2 i
1 Gesxler 3 lel rf 4 1M 1 1 1 1
I McBride M Bride SB 3 1 2 3 5
Conroy onlOy 3b 4 1 1 I I
Unjrlaub Ib 4 1 I I
Street 9tr t e eh 4 4Johnson I 1 I I I
Johnson p pTotal I 1 1 1 3 3TOti 1 1Totals
Total K 4 4Washington 7 i i 11Washington n nWashington
Washington 2 255 2 1 I 11 l
St Louis 0 Ottftflt 0 1 1 1 101 101Twobase l lTwobam 1obse
Twobam obse hits bltKaBri McBride e Newman n
Threebase Th hit hJtJebJUMft Johnson Sacrifice hit
SchwiUer Double plays playswan > la7 > Wallace W to
TH Traesdaie T ruesda a to Newman Steobens to
HarUell H artrell Passed ball ballStreet Street Stolen Saole + m
baseLPlty base LxillveIC t Bases on bJJOtt balls Off
lake i off Johnson 1 Struck out
By Lake 3 by Johnson 5 Left on
base St Louis 4 Washington 4 4 Um ¬
pires plreeXean Messrs Sheridan and Kerm Time
of game nmel 1 hour and 29 minutes
Tom Tuckey is pitching pltchl winning ball baUtor ballfor
for Mike Finns Finn Waterbury W erbarl t tGood tGood team teamGood
Good shortstops are th the most difficult difficultplayers cUtAcu1tlaers difficultPlayers
players laers to find in baseball U at the present presenttime leMllttime presenttime
time except catchers catchersSan catchersSan catchersSan
San Francisco oo leads th the Pacific Coast CoastLeague COMtLMgue CoastLeague
League with thirtytwo won and andeighteen IUI1eisbteen andeighteen
eighteen lost Sacramento is last with withtwentytwo withtwentytwo withtwentytwo
twentytwo won OIl and fortyflve tyav lost lostOn JoelOn lostC lostOn
On Wednesday Wedne dy Joe Keller manager managerof maNa er erOf
of the Toronto club sent President P PL PL I IL
L L Powers a telegram te1 in regard to play playIng playtog j jtng
tog oK a postponed same President PresidentPowers
PcWers took exceptions to the telegram telegram7id t togrmrtd esram 1
IJId 7id fined Kelley 5 26 and suspended him himidef hintl I
8dE l idef defnitoly defnitolyThe nltely nltelyThe
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The Washington fans are 1 pulling hard hardfor hardfor I Ifor
for the Senators to pass the Boston BostonRed BoetODRed on onTied
Red Sox Perish the thought The SpeedBoys Speed SpeedBoys
Boys will have those Senators at the theBeaton theBctton theBcston
Beaton park next week for four games gamesc gamescpning
c pining Tuesday and the argument wilt wiltbe wiltbe
be all overBo over Boston ton Globe GlobeToe GI0b6Je Globeoe
Toe oe Cantillon ha bu an even dosen old oUmajor oldmajor oldmajor
major league lc gue players on his Minn MinnIts 1II1nneapo tin tinlis
Its club Hobe Ferries is fielding in fine finestyle AIMstyle finestyle
style at third and hitting at a 286 clip clipWriting cliprltlng clipWriting
Writing rltlng from Philadelphia to the Cin Cincinnati CIndenati Cincinnati ¬
cinnati Enquirer Jack Ryder says saysThe saysThe 115 115lhe
The attendance Ce was 3100 not so many manyas DMUtyas manyas
as Boston o ton turns out to the average averageweek averaeeeEk averageweek
week eEk day game The Phillies are not notsetting notsettinl notsetting
setting the world on fire in any y wayaid way wayand wayallf
and no one thought th ht they would under underthe Mndertht underthe
the conditions condl C here with wt h the e club being beingrun beiDsrun beingrun
run as a purely commercial venture by byIts byits
its foreign owners ownersIn OWllLIn ownersIn
In the death of his wife ite at Bridgeport BridgeportCuzti BridgeportCuh
Cuzti C u James H ORourke tb the veteran veteranbaseball veteranb3seb veteranbaseball
baseball Jl man has ss the sincere sympathy sympathy sympathyof y yor
of a big army arm of friends all over overcountry the thecountry thecountr
country countryNot countrXot countryNot
Not so many years agoElmer ago E1mer Eimer Flick FlickJack
Jack Powell Lou Criger Terry Turner TurnerHer TunaerJier11n Turnerhier
Her Jier11n ran Schaefer Scl1a8C r Lee TannehOl BIll BUIB BIllB BillBt
B Bt aiT T Bill Donovan andK and a host of ofotiicr ofotHer ofother
otHer stars would have brought fancy fancyprices taDeyprIces fancyvices
prices vices were they placed on the auction auctionblock auctionlock
block lock of baseball While quite a few col colthe t tthe f fthe
the boys are still valuable val y yaround nble b18 to have havearound Nn Nnaround
around there wouldnt be any riot riotshould riotshould riotshould
should they be offered for sale Ie and andwouldnt andwouldnt andwouldnt
wouldnt bring onefifth one ttlt the price they theywould theywould
would hive commanded five years yea rs ago agoIt aglIt agoIt
It s said In baseball circles Irde that John JohnMcGraw
McGraw Is through with Bugs Ray Raymond Raymond Rayanond ¬
mond on account a rou ° t of his ninthinning
they are not bard to understand To ¬
day there is no Beante xama because the East Eastern Ea6teIB Eastera ¬
era clubs are speeding the day coming comlnhome
home Some of them will III K get t home in ina InD1d1t ina
a nbrht and could easily play today but butto butto butto
to make K an even Venbreak break = all take t a arest arelit arest
rest t locether Under the American
League L e rule naI and to prevent juggling ju l1n l1nby
by managers msnat ejs It is necessary to play playoff Dlayoff Dla Dlaoft
off postponed games on the first day of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the next Mrl serfs on the same grounds rounth
This role can be sJbrooUed tod at the re request re reQ re4xat ¬
quest Q t of the two dubs with the consent consentof
of the other clubs cJu and the president > of
the leume It has been abrogated in inthe Inthe Inthe
the case of Washington Waah Urton and Boston to ¬
morrow for the Nationals will get et to
Boston after two sights and a day
went t on the train and to force them to t toay
play ay wtvwo two games es first crack out of > t th >
box would has be bd an injustice hene hen a the
league has extended them the nrivile pri priUep vilest
of postponing 1OIIt Ol QJt the doubleheader doubl6hud r until I
Wednesday The two days layoff last las lastweek
week were W re due to the fact that because
there is no Sunday baseball I1 in th East Eastern Eastern Eastera ¬
ern end of the league l e and the status
of Sunday games in the West is always
uncertain It is necessary ry to arrange arran tlu th
schedule on the bests of fix I ix days a
week to leave plenty of dates in case cas
the Sunday games in Chicago and St
Louis are prohibited As Washington
played played in Chicago on June 12 l2 Sundae
it had an off day last week and as it i t
was due to play another Sunday game
yesterday Y ay with St Louis hostilities holitlJiU >
were Wer suspended sua en1et on Thursday after bar ha ¬
ing played St Louis on Tuesday Tu y and an i
Wednesday And DCI there you are areAfter areAtter areAfter
After the explosion behind Groom on
Saturday what a steady game Wash
ington on played behind Johnson yester ¬ I
day It showswhat shows what confidence in a
pitcher will do for the fielders fieldersThe fieldenThe fieldersThe
The taking of the last game from
3t Louis was a simple affair that need
not detain us long lon < The Browns could
not hit Johnson and Washington bunch
ed hits on Lake Leltvelt ma e a scratch ratch
hit ltc1n in the first in inning mila after MlIan diM
I stunt against the Pirates last
If I Raymond to sold
or traded by the
Qtants few fans will regret his de de ¬
parture Raymond has pitched some
good games for the New York but
the whole his career with the team has
been more or less a Joke When it is
nee necessary h aaty to provide a guardian fur a
pitcher to keep that pitcher in the
straight and narrow path It te about
time to turn him into new pastures
There will be no tears shed when Ray ¬
mond packs his grip rip and beats it for
some other field of endeavor endeavorNewYork New York
Press PressThe
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The front name of Dalton the new
Brooklyn player is not n t Jack but
Thomas Tho T Percy Dalton is the way
he writes writ his signature The Chicago
Americans bought Dalton from the Des
Ttfotnec dub last fall but turned him
Deck to the Iowan this spring without
giving him a trial trialMenafee trlalXenafH trialNensLee
Menafee the young catcher from
Georgetown worked in the first g came me
He worked like a veteran and snows allows
every sign 8I n of making good goodAu Augusta 8ta
Herald HeraldRussell HeriJdRUNell HeraldRussell
Russell Ford uses a spit ball of a de deceptive ¬
ceptive kind It breaks in the most mo t un
looked for way and better yet he has
the ability to control it and mix it up
with a fast straight ball that has hasproved
proved baffling on more than one occa ¬
sten The strain on his arm is terrific
and some critics predict that his effec ¬
tiveness will be lost before the season aea onends seasonends
ends but there is no reason rea to expect
this a as George S tailings is handling his hisThe hisgreat
peat pitcher with Judgment and giving
him plenty ot rest between game gameThe
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The Phillies PhAW have apparently appar ntJ started to
retrieve their early season losses ees and
nave been the biggest gainers in per ¬
centage In the National League the past t
wee week They should even en do < better the
coming one as the five games with Bos ¬
ton should br p them nearer a berth
In the first division dlvlslo particularly ae
Brooklyn is battling with New York and
St Louis is entertaining entertlnln Cincinnati and an d
PittsburgPitcher PlttsburgPItCher Pirtsburg PirtsburgPitcher
Pitcher Benton of the Macon if aeon Gas Ga
team ha hu been sold to the Cincinnati
Reds at a figure said t tb > have been 7000
This is the mysterious terfot lefthander er
sought eou ht after so long lcm by 7 the Pittsbure Plttsbu
club President Dreyfuss D UtJ8 having made
several offers for him Beaton is sai said d
to be a wonderful performer < and in ad ¬
dition to Pittsburg Pitt burg and Cincinnati Cf Clnaat1 five i iother I
other major league teams were ate
II T Heavy Hitting H ffing And Fast Outfielder I
v UGGAN GGAX the th outfielder of the theFrederick theFrederick
O I Frederick Md baseball teamwho team teamwho I
who plays under the name of ofByr4 otB7Z4 ofByrd
Byrd is reported to be about abouttb ahotttthe1IhIttIeet shoutthe
the tb the1IhIttIeet shiftiest far gardener th that t sty has hasseen baator hasseen
seen for vcumy nrahr a long day He Hels to fast to tocovering inCCW laovering
covering CCW c ground and on the bases His
I Standings andPossibiIiti and Possibilities 1
Yecteriays ResultsWaalda R Results lis lisWashington
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Detroit M IICbdago BoetAi I ICWcago tChIcap
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Teiays Games GasaasNo GamllN GamllStaaiiRc GamesNe
No N games scheduled scheduledStanding scheduledStanding
Standing of the Clubs CI CICJedt
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Detroit JB 3i 30 Of Ml CK CKBoston 15BoIIton 62iBatton
Boston x Jf jsaa J DD sea seaCleveland WCIeftIaDd 561Cleveland
Cleveland JJ a C S 49 leiWaebhgtoa31 441 441Washington
Washington W Waebhgtoa31 9 A41 441 41a 41ap m mChte
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St St Louts LouteWashington 222118 2 3 2 1 1 3 11 nWublDgton 11washington
Washington WashingtonGames 2344424 2 I 4 4 4 3 4 2S 21Games 2 2Games
Games Lost J o 11 M rz I 3 3116 > l 37 31113 31 Ili
Crfet of Altoona is now leading the theTriState
TriState hitters with an average of I
434 in twentytwo games Hennesay Henne y of ofTrenton orTrenton ofTrenton
Trenton who ho was leading leadl last week weekhas weekhas I Ihas
has dropped back to fourth with a mark markof markof I Iof
of 370 being nG preceded by Ingerton of ofAltoona ofAltoona i
Altoona with ttb 3K and Cannell of Wil Williamsport WillIameport Willlarnsport
liamsport with wlth3tL 39L 3l1 Seventeen men are arebatting arebatting I
batting above o but onlY one CrIs Crlsabove CrIsabove Crisabove
above 400Johnny 400 400Johnny 400Johnny
Johnny CoveJeskie CW es1de of Lancaster con continues continues
tinues to lead In base b stealing withfifteen with with1Uteen
fifteen pilfers Clark of Johnstown is issecond Issecond issecond
second having pilfered fourteen sacks sacksCoulson saoksCouI stokeCouleon
Coulson CouI on of Altoona and Crompton ofJohnstown of ofJohnstown I
Johnstown J have each stolen thirteen thirteenHafford thirteenHatCord thirteenHafford
Hafford of of Trenton is the beet twirlernow twirler twrlernow
now having won seven games without withouta
a defeat Garrity of Altoona Is second secondwith secondwIth secondwith
with five victories and ro defeats Craig Craigof CraJ CraJot Cralof
of Trenton has a good record having havingwon bvlngwon havingwon
won seven en and nd lost lo t but one oneTrenton oneTrentJn oneTrenton
Trenton leads in club batting awl Har HarrisbuTK Earriabug Harrisbu
risbuTK risbu g In club fielding fieldingA fieldingrr fieldingll
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08 hits out 1 113 times at bat In n 42 games gamesWashington pmesWIUlblD8toD gamesWaebingtoa
Washington has aa ey qe on him as ha haseveral have haveseveral haveseveral
several other teams Ho U is ala to besome be in IIIIIOIDe insome
some sort of trouble with Treaty of ofTrIState the theTrlState tileTrl8tate
TrlState League hot it IB not tbeught tbeayhtbe to tobe tobe
be serious rtoua
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BALTIMORE June 30 aAJ1 AH is m read readess ¬
1 iness ess for the second meeting of the
Armory Athletic Club watch is scneI scneIultd l l41id
ultd 4t fo fog tonight at tn the Fourth Regiment
Arm Anny AnnyKId ArnstyKid iy iyKid
Kid Lenny a most mo t promising local
lad Is scheduled for aa affair with
Danny Lewis of Washington who has
just returned to his home
town afer
er a asuccessful asucce ssuccessful
successful aCul trip to he coast
Benny Riley the oca oral boy who o made
j a big name for hime himself elf down South Fitl 111 1
i n make ake his first appearance since h4s In re
turn from Dixie when he faces KM
Egan another Capital City SCrapper
who has appeared In a the local arena a
number of times timesA timMA timeA
A match which is arousta aIOU g ootMtdrr
i ble bl interest is that which hich S win find
Young Patsy Kline and Battling Mon Monroe 1Konroe ¬
roe as opponents opponentsYoung opponentsYoung opponentsYoung
Young Jeffries brother of Youiur
Britt and Sailor Rowe are booked bookedfor for
one of the sixround seance
Take Majority J JFrom of Games GamesFrom GamesFrom
From Eastern Clubs In InBoth InBoth
Both Leagues LeaguesThe j jj
j The second aeries becweea tbs Xnnt Xnntp tand 1Mtand
and West 1ft in tile K Natisaaai lcI lcITJfacue AerIasa
League teaL teats wlaleli dosed dMedWIrp yesterday
warp p won by t tie ie Western W trams tI1R in each cia1fJue
I Ion 1fJue 1fJueFIfty I a gueFifty sue sueFifty =
Fifty games were played a the East Jaatby Eastb
by b the National League L tel
ns and of oftills orI oftiiis
tills number the Western W beams f fr woe woeand
I r and lost 2 23 flbctean eeR i gajaKs ware post pOlItI
poned and one tie wu wa pia pIq 1 1inning > il ta the theinning M
I inning game betweea Ctnciun Cincinnati tt and the
Phillies PhUl j jtal In the AJDerteaa x a to total to
I tal of I 6 games were played and an d the theWestern th e eWestern
I Western teams t won 39 and last XTweb 31Twel X 26Twel
Twel games a > nea were postponed I ted and aMre andtie on ontie
tie resulted re that between the Athletics Athleticsand Athledcsand Athleticsand
and Cleveland The following table tableS tablesbows
S sbows 10wa the remade of t t tNATlO teams
Won Lost TJ 1ted led d Pee P PCt
Chicago t 4 1 I
Brooklyn 6 I b 1 i i
Philadelphia 7 I 1 S q
Cincinnati 7 I 1 I II
New York YorkSt < 1 I I
I St Louis r 6 I i i1
Pittsburg f fBoston 7 1 6 m mI 4272s6
Boston 4 4AJCsHOCAK 21 1 5 5t 5LilAGU 2s6 2s6Ct
was LnK1led IeM IW JiID P Pet Petf Ct
f I rvtrolt > Ptrnl trflt t JB JBNew g t t tt +
t New York S Si I I I Il1 Il1I 571eveland
I i leveland 1 i l 504
1 Chicago IhicagoaEhmgtoa I T I 2 ua uaalhlnctaD
IVashlagtI aEhmgtoa aEhmgtoai T T 1 1113oston J 511
i 113oston Boston Bostonj I 1 I I 4M
j Athletic A S SSt I 1 f 3N
St Louts Louf 4 II IIThe I 4 211 211The
The Western twin In both fanaTaas fanaTaasmade lsgosmade
made up a lot of ground which was lost
during th first dash between the two twosections twosections
sections sad the reset of the aeries te
both leagues ha erred several chances chancesard chssesa
ard a j made the race fur the theelUlatt8 thepennants championship
pennants much dower
The race in either league however howeverstill Is isstill <
still far from being settled especially
In the American League where New
York AthI Athtetica ra and Detroit are all
bunched wi wtth h only sixteen points pointsnt tAJ aepa aeparatlng
nt ratlng the first and third teams teamebe Tne
Chiengo Cubehave Cube be have a comfortable 1e lead
to the National 1 League gained by their
fine showing on the trip just finishedand finished flniabedand
and with the team playing In its old
time form and a staff of pitchers pltcb all allworking allworking
working worldn in good form the Cubs will be bea
a hard tam to dislodge from the lead leadTiuro leadTEAM leadTIMES
Rallies Behind King and andMakes andMakes andMakes
Makes Score 12 to 11 11Reid 11Reid 11Reid
Reid Nearly a Hero HeroThe HeroThe
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crowd otrfnKning CMr eamig their opponent opln ThePost The ThePot ThePoet
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of AVe runs In the opening chapter cnapterJKing cllapterweRt chapterKhmg
King went te for The Tunes in the thefourth thefourth thefourth II
fourth and ad upte onttt be was hurt hi the theeventh thessvuth I
eventh there was JIGIdaID < > more doingfor doing doingfor dobIfor
for the opposition It was then toolate too toolate I
late for the oPsx to coma back baek aa The TheTbnea TheToner
Toner bunch had rained behind xmdecdve Kings Kingseffective Kingseffective TheI I
effective twirling and piled up twelverum twelve twerraruns tweInruns
runs mat a rainy day dayHypo duliypo dayhypo
Hypo Reid played centci eentenleld field for The
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got away with h a perfect fielding and M
batting score A second look at the thescore theSC01e he hescore
score card rd reveals the fact that ftt Mr
Reid didnt get a chance in the field fieldCT aeJdOr
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little doubt that he would have 4istta dlstinsuihed 4isttagtttahed
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The cause of Ehemnaisni is an excess of uric acid in the flood Thisnratic This I Itiratic
nratic impurity gets into the t o circulation by absorption usually because ofconstipation of ofconstipation I Iconstipatio
constipation weak Mdaes kidnu 0 and other systemic irregularities Then the
blood becomes weak end ud sour and irritating urate particles are formed in thisl thislvital this thisvital I
vital fluid When in his + impure condition the blood can not furnish thonecessary thai tho thonecessary
necessary amount of nourishment to the different muscles tendons nerves and
ligaments of the body Instead it constantly cosr ktnt lyktntly steeps them in the briny acrid acridmatter acridmatter I Imatter f
matter and the gritty orate particles collect in the joints which causes C the thopains thepains j
pains aches and soreness of Ehenmatism Liniments Lb plasters pl etc may ma maielieve y I Irelieve
relieve the acute pain of an attack of Rheumatism but ut such treatment tre tment t
does not reach the blood and therefore can have no permanent road ood effect I
There is but one way to cure Rhetul Ehemascism t1sm and that is to purify tutee iIe blood of o f i
the acid poison S S S S goes into the circulation and attacks the disease at a t tall r
its head It removes the cause for the roasoa that it is the greatest of all i
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and permanently cures Bheumatism S S S does d es not patch up it CUM caraepermanently CUMpennanently carespermanently
permanently S S S is especially valuable as a remedy for Bheuma Rheumatism tlsm
because it does not contain a particle of harmful mineral in any form Book Boo
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combined d OxfordCambridge varsi varsitam varsity
team to the United Stat State with a a view viewto viewto vlsi vlsito ° w
to reestabUabing re hJshlDc rugby football in ineastern ineas1e i iestern
eastern eas1e schools and universities it ir ac accordance ac accoroanc accordatrocu ¬
cordance with th the idea ideas of Theodore The cior c
Roosevelt expressed ed to the student studentsthe at atthe
the Cambridge union May l 26 26Mr KMr 26Kr
Mr Roosevelt said he wished Amen Americans AmenQJIWI Amencould ¬
cans could learn from Cambridge how ho homake
tk make football less homicidal He Hewould Hewould ii iiwould e
would not have the game dropped for foranything forrYthfnc f fanything ° r
anything he h said but would want wantchanged it itcb t
changed cb to draw the teeth > th of the molly mollycoddles moll mollcoddles ¬
coddles co who ho were always clamoring for to r
the abolition of any manly game gameALLWOOL pmeAllWOOL gameUARAf
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Attributes Most of Detroif DetroitsSuccess s sSuccess sSass
Success to ManagerHisgather Manager ManagerHis ManagerHisatatter His HisGiwUter
gather Helps Hitting HittingTy
Ty Cobb the star f miirUirtm 1 > T of the theot
Detect ot TIsjera to mm eatusjsaatSB 1 ad adsr ador admires
mires sr r of Hnghey eY Jeaafags Tjrs will wiUve wHlpye willgive
give ve yea the ctrsngast ctrsngasteat kind oL Ii ar arIt argument
gument eat oT yes would budaenaris t nH H that thatto
Jennings is not tile greatest manager er
to the worldWhile world worldWhile worldWJdle
While come albs hnast that Cobb Cobbsocceas
Is die big factor in tile Tigers access socceasfe i iCobb
CoM contends that tile lb one big fe factor
to Huchey H JemUngs I According to Cobb
Jfnning Jemata Jenn s nee fewer signal than any
2 other manager mftna r In tile majors > Cobb
Bays 8 Jennings always hnpraaaes on orplayers
M bias player the fact that they have w some sometin m
gray tin matter tter and sight tunes out of ofment
ten h be e o aJJow s 1IJI to ae oar own Judg
meat as asto to what to do whea we step
to the plateIf plate plateIf plateu
If we think we can pan off the hit
andrun better than a successful bunt
thats Jest what he want u us to do
Of coarse every BOW and then he map
out the plan of play bat invariably be <
puts the matter up to the base runners
and the batter
Cobb contends that Hngheys H coach
tug on the base lines is responsible
for many a hit hy the Tigers When
yon are are up u F in a pinch Jennings talks
incessantly laceaan y and never lets you realize realizeHJa
If be can help Jt that FOR are in a aHIlI tr trr
r His chatter te one or o
A hi bt belief in yon that you
will make good aDd tile first thing you
know he has imparted the feeling of ofas
COIdIdeDce to you and ba baseball as
to everything else ctaiftdence ee to half M
the th battle httr
Tyros denghts is In m toiling how Janaings Jan
nmgs took the tl e Detroit dub when bar ha1lDOIIy barmusty ¬
musty was entirely t1N17 lacking am aDJ built b lt ltup
up a great BIcl1Jae nm > it te which w harmony Jaannon
is the watchword According to Ty Y
Jennings after taking over the reins reinsof re rerse1
of the dub discovered the feelings that thatexhued thatexisted t tJIIOD
existed among the players and theystarted then thenaendon th
started to break up the spirit 0 ds dssenslon
aendon J Jhappy Now the Tiger are ODe bg g
happy family The fact that they have havewon haveOIl havewon
won OIl three pennants is proof of this th
TheIr one hope is to break a baseball baseballtradition basebatradldtoa
tradition by copping the fourth per pernant Pf PfDaIlt pennant
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which Colonel Hedice announced the thesnspeststoB t ti tisuspension
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