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THE WASHlXfiTOX WA HTX TOX TBIES Tnr SFXIUT fiTI1 Y JTLT 3 1910 1010Show I 13ayss 13 13Analysis
Analysis AiiE ayss of oFive Five Scores Show Showso How Other Otherlearns T earns Get Early Start on Washington
IS SOMETHING WRONG WRONGWITH WRONGWITH WRONGTEAMS
WITH TEAMS SYSTEM SYSTEMWashingtons SYSTEMWashington7s SYSTEMRivals
Washingtons WashingtonsFive Rivals Make Runs in First Inning of Past PastFive PasFi
Five Fi e Games GamesEa GamesEarly Early ly Baseson Bases on Balls Ballsi
f i Are Proving Fatal FataLBy FatalBy r
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By THOMASES THOKA S RICE
First same ame with Boston iewerrew 1emerr W at atIi
Ii 1 9 a m Sccead Scc tl game at at 2 p 1 1YCMlr PS PTote n nTovr
S
Tote attentfeK tt Is 1 drawn to the fact feetthat factame laetthat
that the JDOIIIiDI tta > ae e 1eun rrow Is at atl atto
l to by the to tows dock sad the attrnooa attrnooagame at ataIDe
2 ttaWiSBee U tlrn0s eo Thhr Thhris TIUBis Tlisis
game aIDe at t by the wme
the htacW W Whave JIDe JIDeahcne Unechore
is a reoetfUon a of
chore Mat WI8 bad ratber repeat It here b6enow herenow
now while we are all m the lodge loc e than tIIUlhave thanhave
have to be telnvg teJ anxious toqntrers toqntrersabout JaqaIrerlbout htqulretsabout
will be1aas be bethose beP
when we w
about It tomorrow ow
details M < < ArraDJ ArraDJim arranaing
1aas P h busy MI y with the
im tldacs ae o that the truly good and andthose aIICtth
those th still till steeped t m mtioits oriIdnal t As a call callet canget
brutal exhibl exhibltiOIlK exhibih0na
OM the t
get et tile returns
tioits at our L Lthe ball pant aaad tho those e fray froIathe fraythe
the seie sc stieadAC cWc exMMfcon of f the manly manlytwo r ianlyart y yart
Witlloat the thetwo thetwo
art of HIl4leleItM at Rene
two up 1 u IIIiftIIIIt ftm c eve events ev to taterfertac hlteri 1 withores with withr withon
ores on r anotherMike another anotherof
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Mike MurPhy chnres his t II nA IIII aboutI about abouttwice
twice a JIIIJIMe about the A fight at but aosae aosaeof e eof
of the nuoslmtotg have Ye nev never r rCan fined finedtheta 11
theirs aJtoout Ute w Washtagta ball team teamCan
4 4Can I
Can Cantell any boy y or girl in the MIidI r c ctell
I tell us when this thI baH team of ours oursig onesIs
ig going to resume consistent eat eatWe hitting hittingVe
1Z We Ve a have e sought the answer in the thestars tIteEtars thestars
stars SJB said crossed a gypsy PQ had with withsilver wIt withsilver I
silver but there is nothing doing IIoIucthe m mthe is isthe
the way fII7 f hopeful mrmatfon hIlt hKbs nnadoB After Aftera
a wtwrfnt streak of one game that thatcheered tIIatcbeered thatcheered
cheered the Sans nnghttry and DCI caused erasedCharley causedCharley eaaedCharley
Charley Abbey AD ey to perk NStt up over the theoutlook theoutlook thenutloolc
outlook we go against Boston Bo ton yester yesterznost yest yestday yesterday
day age and Jo bee e by 2 to 2 in the themost themost
most typical Washington W manner im imaginable ImagiDaBl 1maginahie ¬
aginable Plenty of men on bases tots totsof JotsoC lotsof
of opportunities opportuudtieaand and lid only Iy a brace br + oe of ofIts ofrun ofrune
run runIts runeIts
Its downright dteeouragms d1eoura iw even to togood 10s toS
s good twohanded two noser JIoper
MOan got a hit for r rLetWeit Mmsetf hipe C and andIxihrelt sadLeltveit
Ixihrelt was twice on tap with wttIithat wallops wa1NpSthat wallopsthat
that were todicative of a moot o earnest earnestpurpose ratrt ratrtpurpose e t tpurpoee
purpose TJagiaub also let loos e a don d0able donble i ible
ble that ecored the that run So far so sogood IOgood wegood
good But ElbrfeM Elbe eld Gessler and Mc McBride XcBride McBride
Bride w wthe were among tile II1iMIug 011 wev wevcral ev evral
cral ral occasions and had it DOt been for torthe forthe
the sticking by the unconsidered lower lowerend lowerDd lowerend
end Dd of the batting order we would not noteven DOtEven noteven
even have had the fun of nearly win winning WinDing winning ¬
ning Schaefer and a d TJnglaubwere UagIaub were good goodin
in n spots for which wt eh much we are le duly dulythankful dulythankf1ll dulythankful
thankful Schaefer had a chance to toperform torfG18 toperfe
perform perfe rfG18 m some small deed of ofd valor by bya bya
a hit in thy th first Inning w wvere when three threevrere threevere
vere on bases but grounded out weak weakly weakIT weakly ¬
ly Later he made two hits and stole stolea stoleba8e
a base lrnglaub l got m that one two twobagger twoIagger twobagger
bagger then in I the eighth when whenSchaefer wbeaS whoaSchaefer
Schaefer S < haef < < had opened wtth a single he hecollapsed hecnlJapeed hecoltapeed
collapsed with a fly to center that thatavailed tIaata thatavailed
availed a iJe nothing nothingAs
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As for Doc Gessmer Ge8 er r holy 1IoIylie smoke He Hehad H Hhad Hhad
had two real stylish cfn chances c cin e pte ptein
in runs ru and both times be liebody WnUTJUfrnu WnUTJUfrnubody ftroed > O Obody
body and made de it two out < < instead ofone of ofcre IlLme
one < after whirl McBride was thrown thrownout duowDout thrownout
out on both both oect oean atone by Engle jgl Such Suchis
is not the pennant way wayopposHion wayt wayIn
t
r In every eV < < T oee 8I e Vtl the last Ike games the theoppo theoppaettloa
opposHion oppo l oa has scored eo te the first to toEitig IeIJ Inriag
Eitig IJ ng and only owe has Waahtegton Waahtegtondone W Wcione
done the name thing The total Is seven sevenruns MlVeDruns wovenruns
runs in the first innings i utn D < < a of the five fivetames AveamM ilvetames
tames amM and of thine th tbE e three have com comfrom COIDfrom come comefrom
from bases on balL Mind you OU thai thaithree tbatwree thatLhree
three times in three different 4Ii < < erent gamejit the theenemy theEnen theenemy
enemy Enen y has made JDa4e a run in the first ta inyt taping 111l ¬
yt ping l ng that started with a pass while te tethe litthe inthe
the whole Ave games of which we are arespeaking arepea arepeaking
speaking pea Washington Waah has made but two tworuns tworuns tworung
runs In any inning that originated o ted on onbiases OIlhaeB onbases
biases on balls There is food for forthought fortho forthonght
thought tho t The other clubs clu are making makingruns maJdDgruns makingruns
runs off 0 < < us that shot eliotld bo Id never have seen seenthe seeDth seenthe
the th light IIf It of day while we are not only onlynot onlynot I Inot
not getting ng these the e opportunities opp rtul tJe8 to score scoreVMI scorebut niCOrebut
but VMI + when VTA we tfln do get v f them 111 tt the A t batters battersfail 4 4fail
fail to send the walker waI er home AU Allson sea season 8eI 8eIson
son this tI s weakness weaknt wa of the Pitching staff staffin staffin Ita Itain < < I
in ti the e first inning inn or two has been most mostnoticeable mo mootnoticeable t tnoticeable
noticeable and it would be interesting interestingto
to know why this is thus Frequently Frequentlythe Freque
the twirlers who start off so badly wind windMARQUETTE wIIICIMARQUETTE windMARQUETTE
MARQUETTE LEAGUE LEAGUESTAXDIKG LEA9UESTA LEAGUEI LEAGUESTANDING I
STANDING STAXDIKGCoiWBMa STA DING
STAXDIKGW DINGw
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Columbia Cot 9 9Peuuteu 1 1Pea iM iMPeseirn
Peuuteu Pea IIMt Bureau 9 9Diamond 3 3DiaI8eIId 7fi1 7fi1C
Diamond S SC 5C
C + A 01 P Tel TelH 4 4HyjJeirtc tl 418 418H
HyjJeirtc H ra Laboratory 2 2O i 2 5 5t
t O P i 0 Y + JGAME 3 3GAME J8 J8GAXE
GAME TODAY TODATiNo TODAYXo TODAYNo
No same adI scheduled scheduledTKSTERDAYS cbeIhdecLYBSTERDArs lvled lvledYESTERDAYS
YESTERDAYS RESULT RBSCLTiCotembla RESULTcI R135I3LTCeImbba
Cotembla cI llJ 1 Mt 9 C G A P 4 L
GROUNDS GROUXDBFirst GROUNDSFirst
First and W streets northwest northwestBevells Jt northwest northwestBeefs ItInoHtt ItInoHttB8M11
Beefs good work te the box for forCommota forCo forCot
Co Commota ubha defeated the C A P Tale Telephone Tetepe Talephone ¬
phone c Company sni iiy The TIMaIIIHIII big righthander righthanderfanned rightbanderfaaaed
fanned sixteen sad allowed but three threeMSB tlareehh threehits
hits hh
Every man on tl tile > e Prtetewr toas t tReynolds 1cept ex except
cept Ball aDd S4iuMi Sanders 5K a Ilk IlkR bitTT
TT TTReynolds +
Reynolds R got ot two triples WMIkldu and andDamaU aad0Ite andDarnall
DamaU got one each Two of tt the dtetrlvle thetosoles e etriples
triples trlvle came In the sixth and resulted te tesix IIIsiX hasix
six runs runsZnkh T1III T1IIIi rune7nkie
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Znkh > pitched a coop s HKl game until l the thesixth thesixth
sixth i when ounrhed = band hits Ice Icealld1lft and alld1lft len errors errorsgav en engaTe errorsgave
gaTe Columbia C hmrtiia six tallies From treeade treeadeten the thesixth tilesix e esixth
sixth six I to eighth ei < < bth innings Corai Coraiten CohuIItiIa CohuIItiIaten w wtreeade
ten hits off c1 Nibs delivery denvervThe deliveryThe detiveryThe
The H Hello l1o boys hey lost two games to tothe tothe tothe
the taUenders ta > > enders and then a week w k later gave gavethe gavethe gavethe
the leaders one of their hardest battles battlesClosed tattlesposed I IClosed
I
Closed All Da DaMonday Day DayMonday DayI I
Monday July 4 I
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clothing continues contin Tuesday TuesdayS2SEMAN TuesdayI TuesdaySSE
S2SEMAN SSE BROS BROS7th
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up strong but the damage ha boa lean leandone 1te beoa beoadone a adoDe
done and yt it ta too late htteEven WteEYea lateThen
Even Job Jobfatting TebMOa to sbowing sagas el elfa the therafting
fatting fa bIK that has afflicted MB fellows fellowsA
A perfect exhibition of c the Wash Washington w wingtOD Washington ¬
ington style of tossing a game to thebirdies the thebirdies thebirdleai
birdies was afforded by Groom yes yesterday yaterday yesterday ¬
terday He began the first inning laD by byeliminating byeamiDaU byeliminating
eliminating eamiDaU Hooper he himself cov covering coverID covering
ering erID first bas baBe nicely and ad taking takb Un TJnglaubs UnglaU8 Unglanbs
glaubs throw He fanned Engie En e Two Twoout Twoout Twoout
out Fine 1 IDe Then came a pass pa a to toSpeaker teSpeaker toSpeaker
Speaker Stahl followed with w th a triple triplethat triplethat i ithat
that ar scored > red Speaker Spe ker Gardner came camealong camea10D camealong
along a10D with a triple that scored I d StaM StaMLewis SUtMLewis StahLLewis
Lewis was easy Groom lo Inglaub InglaubTwo 7nglaubTwo Jn laub laubTw
Two Tw runs after aft r two were down Take Takeanother TakeanoUter Takeanother
another case On June 29 t with Gray Graypitching Graypitching I
pitching in the first inning Innln < < HempfaUI HempfaUIfiied Hemphillflied
flied to Elberfeld Gray winked winkedChase wk2kedCbaIe wkikedChase
Chase filed to Geseler Ge ler Two out an antra antrapassed Jk1a Jk1aPSIIed J a anassed I
passed man on o first Laporte doabl6d doubIOdto doubl d dto
to 0 center scoring Wo Wolter r New York Yorkwon YorkWOII Yorkwon
won that game by 2 t to 1 jajtr Mae z be e It Itluek ta taluck Inluck
luck but maybe it issthe isJthe system Per Perhaps Perhaps Perhapa ¬
haps the answer wer is thai < Street Streetwttn Is Isthe iswasting
wttn wasting tee many baII again D ODe of oftbe ofthe
the defects in the clubs chl play last lastyear lastyehr t tyekr
year and is getting the pitchers hi abole a ahole abo
hole bo where they have to get It over overor overor overor
or walk a man Th The matter is worth worthlooking wordtlooklnc worthlooking
looking into for it is I patent to all allmen aUJlNn allmen
men that tb t a w Wdkhitttn wC A chitting < < team like likeWashington llt1eWashincton likeWashington
Washington is under a terrible hand handcap haadlcap handicap
cap ordinarily if the other club gets getsa Jleta
a gift of only one run runJack runJack runJack
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Jack Lelivelts Judgment JU Dt on long longflies J Jftles longflies
flies is winning wi Dlng no to medals JRe aJJI but he frequently fre frequently frequently ¬
quently makes startling 8tartlla catches wb when wheaDot whennot a anot
not expected expectedAbout expectedAbout pectecl pecteclAbout
About the t e only only + way this dub can canhope eaahope canhope
hope to win is it by mate ma t strength and andawkwardness aDdawkwar4trtea andawkwardness
awkwardness or when the other tel fellows telIowa IdIlows ¬
lows bungle Two runs were made yes yenttrday yesterday ¬
terday by the main strength h proce processSchaefer process processSchaefer e eSchaefpr
Schaefer singled hi the fourth inning inningwith Inningwith inningwith
with one out and scored on Ungiaabs Ungiaubsdouble Ungiaabsdouble U ub ubdOuble
double to right which would have been beena i
a triple with a faster man but 1 at Bob Bobwas Bobnailed Bobwas
was nailed at third In the ninth ninthi ninthInDIng ninthinning
i inning Milan opened with a single slD < < le and andVent andwent
I went all the way home on Lettveits s
slammed straight at atthe atUte atthe
the pitcher after Elberfeids s out had hadput ba4pat hadput
put Lettvelt on third Ctcotte threw to toEngie toEIt toEngle
Engie EIt e and it was all off with Lelivelt LeliveltOeasier LeUveltGeler LehiveltGemler
Oeasier took second in the excitement excitementbut
but McBride grounded 51 cMdacJed to Eagle It is istedious ist4d1ous isions
tedious ions and painful M IIf1al t to narrate bow fat fatevery Jaery invy
every ery inning bmlD men mend < < except cept the third Wash WaadaIngton Washington Washington ¬
ington had men left on base basest After Afterstating Aft Aftertstating < <
I
stating that Speaker swatted ov over r LeU LeUvelts LeUvelts Lehi1 Lehi1volts
velts head In the fifth inning with two twoout t tout twoout
out that youth trying to catch the tbewith bailwith bail bailwith
with one hand and failing miserably miserablywe
we will dose and seek a cool spot to toawait toawait toawait
await the beginning of the fight re returns re retuna returns ¬
turns turnsWashington tunaHere turnsHere
Here s tile old old story In Agures AguresWashingtoa rftI rftIWasb
Washington Wasb OII AB R EL PO A E
Milan l aD cf S SLeHvelt 1 1 12 I ILeltvelt i 1 1LeUvelt
LeHvelt If 4 4Elberfeld i 2 1 1Elberteld 1 1Elberfeld762
Elberfeld762 Elberfeld Xb 2 2Gessler 1 i 1 2 I
Gessler Ge8SI r rf 4 4McBride 1 1 a aMcBride 4 1 1McBride
McBride a ss ssSchaefer Z 4 1 1 a 1
Schaefer Scbae er 3b 4 4Unglaub t s S 2 2e i iI
I Unglaub e Ib lI 4 4Street 1 1 M 1 1
Street e S Sgrsarn S I 1 1
grsarn j 4 4Boston 41 11 1 1Totals P1 P1Totais
Totals X i i 21 3 14 1 1Beeten
Boston BostonHooper BoIIt IL A1I A It I M TO A X SHooper EHooper 11
y
Hooper d f fKmtte g I T 1 1 1Carrigan 11 18pe111ter 11saatie I
Kmtte 3b 3bSpeak 4 1 1 3 1 1Speaker
Speak 8pe111ter rrfr rrfrStahl t f um 2 S S 4 1 1Stahl
Stahl Ib IbGardner X I S 1 1 1 1Gardner I
Gardner 3 Sta I 4 t 1 ll I h 2 2IewIa 1 1Lewis
Lewis IL I 1 1 1 I 4 4Wagarr J JW
Wagarr W < II 1 2 2 1 1Carrigaa
Carrigan r e 9 9Cicotte i 2 6 1 1 1Ckotte 1Cicotte I
Cicotte pvi P h 4 t tTotals 1 1 S STotals
Totals JK a4 1 1f = 1 14 t4Waslringtoa 14Washington 2 2Washington I
Washington II1II tlt 1 I12 I12Boston 1 1Boston 1Bosto
Boston BostonFirst 3 1 i I 1 1 i 1 ta 1iFirst
First base on errors errot8W errorsWashingtoa Washington i iBoston IBo 1Boston I
Boston Bo tou 1 L Left on hases be besetWashtngtea besetWashtngteait e8 Washington WashingtonIt
It Boston Bo tOIl 7 7 FIrst frst base on balls baI1O bashOflGroom Ont OntGroom < <
Groom G Speaker Spea er off of Cicotte Leltvelt LeltveltElberfeld LeUvettElberfeJd LeliveltElberfeld I
Elberfeld < 2 > McBride Street Struck Struckout StruckoutBtr StruckoutDy
out outBtr By Groom Eagle ngle tr < 2 t Wagner W Car Carrisain CarrilPn Carrigan
risain Cicotte by dcotte Leltvelt Unglaub Un Ungmnb Lalaub
gmnb laub Street St Groom Home run nmSpeak nmSpeakere Speak Speaker ¬
er Threebase hits hitsStah1 Stahl Gardner GardnerTwobase GanlnerTwobase GardnerTorobase
Twobase hits Idt8Lelvel1 LellvelC t Unaiaub Sacrlfice Sac SacI SacrlGee
I rince bitStahl hits Stahl Carriean Ca Stolen StoleRSdlaetn bases basesSchaefer wen wenSchaefer
Schaefer Wagner W oer Carrigan Car Hit by bypitcher y ypitcherBy
pitcher pltcllerBy By Cite Gessler Umpires UmpiresMessrs UJIIpIreM UmpireeMoa
Messrs M Moa s Perrtne and Egan gan Time of ofOLYMPIA eCgaa ofgame
gaa game > > hours and M minutes minutesOLYMPIA J
1 1OLYMPIA
s OLYMPIA LEAGUE LEAGUESTAXDCSG LEAGUEST
4 4Fi
STAXDCSG ST XNG
STAXDCSGW XNGw
W Fi I L Pet PetSt PetTJeytowa Pctsat
St Stephens 1 1Ottves
t 1 1Taleytown
Ottves X 1 1Tenteytown
Tenteytown 7 7Tangtewood 7T 4 aid aidTaaglewood
T Tangtewood 5 I Sapartapg IS 715 715Jpertaoa
apartapg S S S 2W 2WGeorgetown aPiGarOetown
i i iGAXlt
Georgetown = 1 f 143 143GAM 143GAME
GAXlt GAME GAM TOMORROW TOMORROWTESTBRDAYS TO TOE TOENo W WN WYESTERDArs
N No game gameTESTKRDAY
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TESTBRDAYS S R JtSpactalls RISUIJ RISUIJSpartans S K2 K2Spartans
Spartans 9 St Stephens 5
6
GROUNDS GROUNDSThirtyfifth GRO GROUNDSThktyfifth DS DSTlltrtyJltta
Thirtyfifth and nd V streets northwect wtbwactThe northwectThe Jl8t weet weetTIte
The Spartans came up from fr frIn behind behindte
In the seventh and eighth Innings IIRIiI s sJIeOred ami amiscored an anscored
scored six ax nftus runs on St Stephens staking stakingthe
the score te tebooey S Sgame 9Mahoney > >
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Mahoney booey was the bright t dar el the thetwo thegame
game getting two line 1 stogies and fteldj llddtmg fteldjmg iIeW iIeWbdlllantJy
mg < < brilHantiy brilHantiyBoth bdlllantJyBoth brilliantlyBoth
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Both teams had pictures pict taken tak before beforethe befOtetile beforethe
the game and prominent JJtOll Dellt among those thosefirst tQe thosepress e ewere
press nt were the umpire and acorer acorert acorerMurphy acoraMurphy
S t
Murphy wade a great Mop of I Noones Noonesthrow Noelle
throw Ia eat cater BucIrhoIIts sniping at atI
first f r t ta the second > > ecoI iI inning tnntrgWright inningWright
Wright who w 9 caught ca < < lIt the first few te tentags mninp Innings
ntags for Spearman was hit byfoul by a a afoul
foul tip from Sullivans SulU bat He was wasL w waswo s sso
so severely Injured that be pad to re retirf retire
tire
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Midsummer r Sale SaleThe
The tailoring taiJorln event of the summer summerA
A chance to make big savings on onyour onyour
your Summer e Suit SuitI
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GROUNDS GROUNDSsetJa GROUNDSSeth
Seth Dfaunood Ellipse E EllipseAgriculture IpH IpHJUt J JAgriculture
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Agriculture nut JUt a aerhnp crimp In A te pe peMUK pea peawatt HIII HIIIat
watt at aspirations of Comsieqoe Coma e a and a La Labor Labor ¬
bor 1 or on Friday and the Commissioners Commissionershave c Cowmtwl050rhave 1 1have
have a good lead m bIbe the race i iaDd Commerc Commercand omaetc omaetcand
and Labor ha hail yet to play pia jtoe ie HJ Navy Xavyand Navyand ayY ayYaJId
and the Commisalnnera have Tostofdce Tostofdceto Postofnc
to face Much of < < the dope d pe may mar be up upset 1IPlet upset ¬
set hi th the next two games 1 he first frstgame firstcame AMame
came ame of the postponed poetD ne series was afJ between be between betweeD ¬
tween Commerce and Lreor nod the theCommissioners theCommissioners be
Commissioners Comm and resulted ins ht a ie Jf Jfboth JCbeth Jfboth
both teams win their remaining ren rentbe remaMtnFthe ames amesthe
the Commissioners COlD will have the title titlewithout titlewttbout titlewithout
without a question Should the Commissioner Com Commissioners ¬ J
missioners lose and Commerce and Lai Laihave U Laboy
boy win n the Commissioners WOU sdll stttlhave J
have a lead of one game If the th thuame u u1UDe tit
1 uame Is played off and ad the Commt Commtshmen COllttD6Joee Comwi5steams
steams bee under the above dope they theypennant th thpennant u upeDaat
pennant nee ee will be a tie At all adds addsthere Ms Msthere tIdtItbere
there te cause ea for considerable COIUIhIerabIedoD specila specilatfam wpeciladon >
doD and both t teams ams will be mitt m mforct tafora hiferct
forct for the remaining remaIa games V VIt
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It would wo J4 seem eea that th t the executlcommittee exectttle exectttlecommittee exeeuttf exeeuttfcom
committee com alttee bas ha allowed Uow Commerce CmerceLa an anIxrgtt sad sadLabor
La Labor or a large chance to take ev evadvantage 8 8adtaata evetr evetradvantage
advantage adtaata < < e of the th opportunities vre vresented pr prRDteel pra praseated
seated RDteel in having a postponed 08tH lHlcl serte serteThat seder sederThat > > ed edThat
That the tb winner ws W decided some1 some1time 80 80tilDe sotime
time ago ag may be easlry eaal tY seen ea as the theCommsaionert theCommlfl theCommlasiooerJ
CommlasiooerJ Commlfl Commsaionert had a clean eI lead for forth r rthe forthe
th the title tI tie at t the end Or f the schedule scheduleThe tie tieThe scheduloThe
The postponed gsJmes save e Commerce CommerceAnd
And D4I Labor a chance to whit wi willdie aloe < tne pen pennant lteDt pennant ¬
nant t whereas the Cominls Commtatfieiierg Cotn ieJers rs had hadeverything JuL4eerytblng hadeverything
everything to love loveSufficient IoI loseSufficient e eSujftclent
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Sufficient dates wer left open tor torthe tortlH torthe
the postponed same during the tIMII season sea season ¬
son II and Dd t tt avoid the dispute which whichhas wbicbhaJJ whichhas
has arisen these games should have havebeen havebeen ve veb
been b en played then tb Had there been He no noroom DOroom noroom
room for two tw games a day on D the theWhite tlaeite theWhite
White ite Lot on Saturdays such games gamescould p pcould gamescould
could have been played should have havebeen haveMen havebeen
been pulled off and the explanation explanationgiven explanationgiven xplant1oniven
given iven that the remaining games 1De8 be
played after the season There then thenwould theawould thenwould
would have been no protest pro teat by the theCommissioners theCommissioners theCommissioners
Commissioners CommissionersIt
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It must be admitted lDltted that thatp playing playingthe ayinp ayinpthe
the postponed po games uaea had added sect sectto zestto
to 0 the encounters and kept the oxcitement ex excitement excltelllaat ¬
citement at a high pitch Even Ev Evtheft thoughthere though thoughthere
there remainbut remain but ut two games = e the title titleis t111eIs titleis
is still in dispute and a4 We4I Wednesday Wednesdaymay eecIy eecIymay
may dad the teams locked 10 ed or depend clepeD41inS dependtag depending ¬
inS on a postponed game gameSUBURBAN gaMeSUBURBA1I gameSUBURBAN
SUBURBAN LEAGUE LEAGUESTAXDING LEAGUESTAXDD LEAGUESTAXDING
STAXDING STAXDINGW
W L LPetworth LPct LPctS Pet
Petworth S SWoodbunt 2 m mWoodbaIa 7 7Woodburn
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Takoma 7 ff ffSilver 5 5 5SUYer 6f6 6f6Silver
Silver Sprteg SSp 7 7Brightwood i 7 61 61Btigbtwood 11 11tllrOOd
Brightwood tllrOOd tllrOOdWJlllblactoa f fW Il 431 431Washington
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1a at loosely pIa played game yesterday yesterdayafernoo erday erdayanerooa
afternoon Petworth trek the Silver SilverSprtng StherSprtar SilverSpring
Spring boys into camp to the tb tune of 5
to 2 er spring lost the game on onuut oncunt 1
< cunt > uut of five miserable errors errorsPitober ernK8PItcber errorsPitcher
1 1eI
Pitcher Barnes Ba of Petworth fanned fannedber rlln fannedeight
eI eight at men aDd allowed the same Jtulp nur t ther
her of hits JIlt He also did well with the thestick thestlclt i istick
stick getting a hit and one of his histeams histeaJIt histeams I
teams teaJIt ratsThird runs 1 1TIdnI j jThird
C I
Third Baseman BaJ I 1 a McCarthy of Silver SilverSprteg SilverSpring
Spring got the longest hit of the game I Iu lu
1 u the fourth inning he drove the ban baninto i
into intotright right t field for three bases basesBenedict basesBenedict
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Benedict served em for the Silver Silveri SilverSpring f ftea
i Sprint team tea a and allowed a Jowed but four hits hitsbut hitsbut I
but b t aH 1l of them counted He sent five Av fivemesa j jmen
men by the strikeout route He also alsogot IfIio IfIiort i
got rt one ef his teams team hits h u a stede sa Ie to tol f
l lLeduc
left l tl i iLeduc
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Leduc attracted much attention at the I Ifirst Ilint IArat
first sack A < < for Petworth P ortb as he hescored scored arun a arun
run got three putouts aa4aaDC and d handledthree handled handledthree ed edthree I
three chances in fine ftII styleRight style styleRight 8ty e
Right Ri tt fielder Bade de Toraeyef Torney T y of 0 Pet Petworth Petortb Petworth I
worth ortb robbed FIdler of a hit in theseventh the theseventh theMVeatb
seventh when he made a splendid throw throwp throwdiwt
p first firstOoorge diwtc I ISeltz
I I II
c George Seftz pulled down two files filesI fliesafter
I after long Ion < < runs JUJIB for the Petwerth team teamI teamwhich
I I which saved Pitcher C Barns Bamsbtogies BarnsC BarnsLedge t
Ledge aDd Clark or ofrSilver snver Spriag1 Springs I
trot two > btogies each eachI Lodge euft caugt t a agood
I good game wh while w ll hq Clark accept acceptThe accepted two twocIIaAces twochances
chances at third 1n easy fashion fatlblonn fashionThe i
The n Petworth Athletic Club will hold Id I i I
Its meet on onwhich
which promises to be a Me event for torthe forthe r
the citizens of 0 Petworth In the afto aftonnon after afternoon aft aftDfOft ¬
noon a ball game will be played pJayedteeft ife ifetveen b btveen
tveen twp t teams of that vicinity The Tneev T Tey Theev
ev Hits ts begin 1 at nine oclock in the morn mornto rn corn < > j
in and aJ d continue all through the das damhi dasMuiy
Muiy hi my handsome prizes ri e will be awarded awardedte
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A large crowd Is J expected to be present presentRED presentRED presentRED
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S Standings andings and Possibilities II I
AMERICAN AKE CAN LEAGUE LEAGUEYesterdays LEAGtJEYesterdays LEAGUEYesterdays
Yesterdays Results ResultsMtON ResultsBoots
Boots MtON a Washington WuhIB < < toa 2 2rhMudulpHla 2PJ 2t
t rhMudulpHla PJ H elpida 8 X New York Y Yeah 2 2FhMaaaiphla 2P 7Phi
Phi FhMaaaiphla P dla adetphiL etpbta 8 New York YOI1tL YOI1tLC 1 1Chcm 1Chicago
Chcm C Chicago o 2 SC St Loato LoatodeveteRd 1 1CleveIacJ 2Cleveland
Cleveland U Detroit I etroK DetloItTodays > 5 5Todays i iTodays
Todays Games GamesSt
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f OevetaMtT cav head at Detroit DetroitStanding DetnItStanding
1 1standing
Standing ef the Clubs ClubsCIIIM
ClubsUyrfay Uyrfay
Ctab W L Pet P t WbI Tm Lows LowsPWIndotpliliu L LPWtaIa Longx42
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Km York Yorit 39 > K S JM Ml illDetroit 7 tit J6SLDetroit titDeCroIt
Detroit M M > > JtK S MiQt MiQtDMt i + JKH 74 ice iceHeston m mDoattfM
DoattfM DMt a 3S > i 27 i Mi JK JM JMCtevetatnd LitCleveland 5nCIeYeIaad
Cleveland 27 7 2 21 > C 2 4K < < 474 474Chtem 474Ctdea 474Chicago
Chtem Chicago < < o 27 i S SWMfataKton 46 ail oMI oMIw iiiWhingtes
WMfataKton w S 7s > > JM JMSC M oM oMSt 816St
St Louts 18 l1 at ReINDEPENDENCE = 22 22INDEPENDENCE r 1716 1716INDEPENDENCE
INDEPENDENCE INDEPENDENCELEAGUE INDEPENDENCELEAGUE INDEPENDENCELEAGUE
LEAGUE LEAGUE5c LEAGUE3TAlDING LEAGUESTANDING
STANDING 3TAlDINGw
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M hatfaa I 4 4St t tSt
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St Paul 7 7Twtom s sTwining a aTwtIIbIa
Twtom Twining T TNational I INattollal 1Natsoaod
National Union I 7 7N < r rNasmn y4it y4itNassaa
Nasmn N 2 1 1GAJtOKS 14 dGA1ItES d ISe ISGAMES
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GAMES TOMORROW TOMORROWTwo
Two games gamsaI gamesYESTZP
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Na National OllaI UIIIoIa 5 St Manias xr 4 4GROUNDS 4GAOLTJfDS 4GROL
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a etas aoet omL omLThe
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TIM Ncttoal Union victory eame as assomewhat 1MJICNP assot
somewhat JICNP sot sewhat bL of 0 a nrprt surprise e It looked JoekecIt as asbough s shough
hough It St Martins had undercgtimmted undercgtimmtedIts
Its opi opponents oDeaC and failed to ha e ItaIhieap its itsstrongest usstrongest
strongest lineup AS a remit the theChurchmen tileCburduneA theChurchmen
Churchmen suffered their first defeat defeatand 4Icf 4Icflid defeatand
and lid dropped from first place placeThe placeThe placeThe
The Union nine took an It early lIy leadgetting lead leadgetting do dothtc
getting thtc two runs m the third t InI and held heldit heldi eW eWIt
i it until n the sixth when costly errors errorslet arrers arrerslet s sI
let I < < St Martins have four Nad08aCnioD NationaatUnion National NationalUnion
Union came back and in their half halfof haJ halfof
of 0 the seventh th sent three rum across acrosstnej acrossthe J
the tnej plate > iat St Martins nearly DeIUI tied the thescore thescore
score in its half halfEbert balfEbert baitEbert
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Ebert was most JDOI effective e < < ecthe with men ell on onbates vabuea onbabes
bates Ten of his opponents were left lefton i ion
on the bases He pitched a good 80 game gamefanning JIaIDtamdlllr gamefanning
fanning t ta n and keeping the bits fairlyell fairlywell fairly fairlywell
well ell scattered scatteredThe scatteredThe cattereclTIle
The two triples trI Iea in the feet Je t two JanIDIIPIftt innings inningsset
set the fans f to a frenzy In the sixth sixthwith 1IIxthwttb stxthwith
with two tW on bases Le Mott > > ott laced out outa eata oata
a triple to right t tying tyIJa < < the score Na National NattoDaJ Natieuni ¬
tional Union CD got two tw men on the bases basesm basesin
m the seventh eDth and Deschard talnVd talnVdthem taJUtdtbeIa tallliIJthem
them with his triple to center Both Bothwere BothWtre Bothwise
were clean drives drivesManager drivesManager
f 1
Manager Herbert used two men menFischer senFiocher i
Fischer JiI dMr en a first rat and lid Price en third thirdBeth
1 Beth made JDa e errors but were there with withthe withthe
the stick getting three hits between betweenthem between1nslit
them themTamdU
o
TamdU IIIIU had a chases te make a catch catchIBte eatehlike eat Ii Iilire
like the one which robbed Manhattan Manhattanof 1IIaIda ttaa
of the game ame Monday Deachardg triple triplewas trl triplewas Ie IeW8
was a ong drive to center and andwithin came camewithin canewithin
within a foot of getting caught as asTansiii atTansiJI asTansill >
Tansiii ran with his aftck trnard it ItI
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Boston S Phitadulphia PIIIdI PIIIdIIdeao 0 0Chicago L LChicago
Chicago at St Lea4Rle Lea4RleTodays rem remTodays Rata RataTodays
Todays Games GamesPftta GamesPJt GamesP
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Chicago Chfea < < 9 atSi atSit atSiStanding at t Si SCLonis SCLonisStanding > rNis rNisStanding
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Club ca W L 1 Pct Wm Lose lAMChiee8e Losechieage J JChioBBO
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Pittotonrg Pt 3l X IN JK IIIPhrT 4tB 4tBPhiladelphia 4 4Pbbaielyiik
Philadelphia PhrT 2 21 3Z 4N 4 4SC > l G4 G4St < ail ailSt
St Louis a 38 451 451Brooklyn sBco 4Q 41 41Brooklyn
Brooklyn Bco IcIyn S X XBoston 433 fa W WJMt 4MBoston
Boston JMt D 23 a 3tI 3 358 JC 3GI 313SOUTHERN j jSOUTHERN
I SOUTHERN R1 RAILWAY RAILWAYLEAGUE RAILWAYI LILWAY LILWAYLEAGUE
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YESTERDAYS RESULT RESULTL ItauLTrult R1TU1ZTreabsrera
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Yesterdays battle We between the ta tacndor taft taftender taile
ender e tIer teams resulted m h e a weftearned weftearnedvictory welleeraedtor
vf victory tor Treasurers W rs over the Law Lawby LawI
ii by I er the dose score of o H to 8 The Tbedean aann tlaseaewas aannwas
was da dean cut cu and fast wtthoot wIthOIItnber the theusual thevme1
usual nom nomand number ot errors tJIat have mark marked k ktitre
ed the eoat contends undecidedthis eb In UtA this league leagueand OL late hieuntil lateaDd
and was uad undecided cWoeci until the tJ e final out m mthe IDtbe fathe
the hut inning IBDtucY inningstarted hmmgTong
Tong Y AS started for the winners 1 but batretired butret butretired
retired ret ire4 in favor of Cooke in the sec second 8OCIt secret ¬
ret > It inning inDtD inning who h twirled a apaM steadygenie steady steadygame
game He a had his drop working te per perfection perfertioa ¬
forties and held held his own ownCorl welL wettCorl welLCorl
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Corl had the feature play of the thegame Uaepme thegame
game when with two on and nd the thesame tHsame thesame
same number n1l out 1 he 31pe1e speareC Jones Jsneefasttravellns Jonesfasttraveling
fasttravellns bounder with r fIe > te head haaiand headand < 1 1aDd
and retired the runner at be first rustTerry firstbase
base baseTerry
Terry barfed 7 a better ttft game than thanthe t ttM thanthe
the score shows ws his work being mated mlxettwith MJJIiIwtth matedwith
with hard luck The Treasurers Tr Trt ms made madetee > de deten
ten t bits bl sending 8eD41a < < in I the name Bsaber Bsaberef iller illerof
of tallies talliesTate taJl taBMaTate
Tate Tt caught a twister r on the end of ofhi oflata ofhis
his hi bat in the first inning I and nd when whenLeft whenLeft
Left Fielder McCarthy retvmed ret thebell the theball
ball the little player tIayerIIeCOIt4I WM resting restingsecond on onsecond I
second A fast runner would 141 141IJCOr have havescored havescored
IJCOr scored thirtysix tl tlweight tae bat the heavy belLTYeJgt heavyweight
weight was well satisnea tidec1 to remain at atsecond t tJlec I Ieecond
second eecondD Jlec > > IId IIdD
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D Herring in center centers > ad d twodIaaeea two twochances twochances
chances which hkI be accepit < < ept < t in J ap approved IQpro approved ¬
proved pro style the last MiDi beieinb ef the theringer tileria theringer
ria ringer 1 variety and the first a circus circusstunt elrcusstUllt circusstunt
stunt which hleh he Juggled ju gJed for a L while wldleer whileere
before ere er landing it itLaw ItLa kLaw
r
Law La trade Jr a deliberate te rail i b id the
ftnI fin 1 inning Inrin t put > ut fell short two t o run runA runA runst
A t ry t y to P Htrring Ii rrin rring by Rosenthal ROll4 > nthal with withtwo withtwo tth tthtwo
two on t tie Se 1 hoes ba es ilo dOied ed I the he game
SUNDAY Y SCHOOLLEAGUE SCHOOL SCHOOLLEAGUE SCHOOLLEAGUE
LEAGUE LEAGUESTANDING LEAGUESTA LEAGUESTANDLNG
STANDING STANDINGv STA DING DINGI
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GROUNDS GROUNDSTmrtoasjth GROUNDSaM GROUNDSThirteenth
Thirteenth and D streets northeast northeastBare northeastBards t tBarela
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Bare twtrlcfi twr for HamUne HazaUnebat allowing aOowtosbut allowingbut
but three 9i H and fanning twelve twelveLttchffeid t tLitcII twelvelitehPel
Lttchffeid LitcII eId i and Taylor bottfH baiting for the theisosrs tileworked thelasers
lasers worked hard to t win Dc MK four fourerrors fearerrors
errors m fa the third round were respon responsible n8tH reeponelbie I1 I1sIWe ¬
sible for Sixths xths downfall downfallGoodman downfallGoodmaa
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Goodman and SHaefer of C HjtmMno HranUnecarried HjtmMnoearried
earried oft the batting honors 1acJ or The Ttter TtterJIMr for formj formtq
mj coMMeted eon meted for two singles and a adouble ade adabie
double de We m fourtunes four times tI tes up while Sfeeaffer Sfeeafferee SIMI Siendrhit Ier Ierlilt
lilt for a doable and a triple ill three tlueeuipIJ threenips ee eeirlps
nips to the plate phUeSfact plate8bctl plateShut
a
Sfact Shut i pried p Bed off 01 a a fast double cIo8tI Ie play piayhi playia playin
hi the opener After Wyirieoop hadpnncbed had hadpunched 1uuIpunc1acd
punched Goodman hi hit for fcnw tIiW tIiWuDuteh t ro bases basesDutch basesDntcfi
Dutch Stuckert made a low drive to toright wrisbt toright
right Goodman certain that th t the ball ballwould ha1would baitwould
would land safe afe re started for third but butWeigand butWelpnd butWeigand
Weigand Sixths rightnelder rlght1lel er made a asensational aetioDa1 asensational
sensational onehand catch on a dead deadrun deadrun deadrun
run and Ad doubled Goodman at second secondUnfortunately aeeoDdUArort1lDatey secondC secondUnfortunntely
C
Unfortunately the game e was a wraag wrangng wraagJIac wraagthig
JIac ng match tea from start to finish 1bd h and andlooked i iweed iIeoiked
looked weed very bad from the spectators spectatorsviewpoint spectatorsriewpokt spectatorsvlewpoktn
vlewpoktn viewpoint In the absence of the regu regular regular regular ¬
lar umpire Mr Dougherty was nicked nickedtt ickedtie
tie tt > handle Jta the IfWcator If hater tor and got into intoa
a mix JMxlp ip with HamHne when he allowed allowedVarena allow allowV8ftl1a allowedYarella
Varena of Sixth Slx to Score e inthe IB l the third thirdinning thirdblaIRg thirdInning
inning The winners claimed that Ya VareUa Yarella Yarella
rella ran out of the base line between betweenthird betweentIdnI betweenthird
third and home bo Ie This brought the thewhole the1I thewhole
whole 1I 1IOIe HasnHne out9t under the u umpires umpiresnose uplr umpirespose s seo
nose eo and lid several 8evera of them the l threatened threatenedme tend tendto < t tto
to quit tM game me la fact Rogers R Rogersto bad badm badto >
to be coaxed to resume his position positionbind m be behind beJtlacl ¬
hind the plate Much to the disgust d disgustthe of ofthe ofdie
the spectators kicking continued continuedthroughout ceaUaueddt continuedthroughout
throughout dt t the game me and made MIt e a farce farceof tleeeC farceof
of the contest conte t tCOMMERCIAL rCOMMERCIAL t tCOMMERCIAL
COMMERCIAL LEAGUE
STANDING STAKDIXGAndrews STADI
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Andrews 11 11Herald 11Henid 1tHerald
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D X WaMordr 1 1GKE 4 4GAME 9 71P 71PGAME
GAME TOMORROW TOIIIOItJtOW TOMORROWNo
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TESTBRDATS RESULT RESULTGROUNDS RESULTx
Ne x s
GROUNDS GROUNDSGeerghx GROUXDSG GROUNDSGeorgia
Georgia G avenue a and Kextyea Xe XeJIOIdIwea street streetWhen streetnetitrest
JIOIdIwea JIOIdIweaWbee netitrestWhee
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When the league was first lintit eriemntoed eriemntoedihe raataedit
it was die intention cf the tII officials JdaI who whomade whomade whomade
made the schedule uJe to set aside Saturday Satur Saturptayed Sat1lry
day y for postponed tares that were DOt DOtyed ratplayed
played yed during urIIw the week There have Iwsvehewn lMneor havebeen
hewn but owe or two games nteI held OB this thisforfeit thisday thisday
day aDd this courledwith COtRIed 7hh ODe or two wo wofedfeit
forfeit f fett games during da the t week greatly greatlylessens readybltoerNt ret retlessor I
lessens interest from frtr i the u faithful fans fansthat ra ra1ba1
that zo out for those games mes Last week weekManager weekthen I
were two fOr fOrCMS CMS CMSManager I III
Manager II Gates D Dpvis vte of the the An Andrews Andrews ¬
drews team has signed sIgn d I up a aS agood a JI JIof r rof
of good players They ff are Chaste ChasteSam
S Sam alb a catcher now phvytes Pia PiaCornell with the theCornell tJIeConIeII 1
Cornell team te the Capital Cfty r Leagueand League LeagueIt Leuea
a and a second baseman 1ft Geurge e Slant SlantS I II IIt
+ S I
It was announced yesterday yatS r that T TW w WW i iw
W Norman treasurer tr of 0 the leagu leaguhas l u uhas 1 1has
has resigned his h s position The Com Commercial Commercial ¬
mercial League win hold holdnext a meeting meetingnxt i in
next n xt Tuesday Tu av evening YenID to elects elect lect a treas treasiurer tr treasurer a91 a91Urer
Urer and decide d id many m nv other mattersthat matters mattersthat i ithat
that are waiting to be b be settled Ettk > oL
C OF j C r CALLS CALLSToMoRRcJivs OFF OFFContest OFFTOMORROWS
TOMORROWS GAME GAMECont
1 1Contest
Contest Cont st With Crescent A C CNine CNine CNine
Nine of f New York YorkIs YorkIs Yorkl YorklIs
Is Canceled CanceledBecame C CanceledBeesese Iiceled IiceledBecaMee
Became et f the tI e bmhOtty of Mvcml 1 of ofits 0 0Ita ofits
its strangest trwgea t wren 7ten to siuimnsur tile I D the thetomorrow theteeIa theteam
team oa Its proposed JIAII trip to JfIIw 3iework 3ieworktomorrow Yerk YerktIte
tomorrow m tile Chamber of l Conmerce Conmercebaseball CoaonpereebnaebeU e e1MuIebeR
baseball nine lays ha canceled ca oeled the gamescheduled game gamescheduled pmeacbeduled
scheduled with the Crescent ereeatAlllietk ereeatAlllietkClub JLOuetuCtab JLOuetu LfldetieClub
Club i iThe i iThe iThe
The management Jllll88eme t acted wtth singe e re regret ngret regret ¬
gret as tIN tn prayers pI had looked forward forwardto war wartile
to tile game for some e time as one that thatwould thatwooId thatwould
would prove a real test for them Cres Crescent CreseeAt Crescent
cent Athletic Crab ChI to well known kaownthroughout kIIowntilrourtMtut knownthroughout
throughout the East as one of thestrongest the thestrongest theiltroDftealt
strongest organtadons orga ctioaa of Cthe the knd inthe in inthe inUtlcouDtrY
the UtlcouDtrY country onnj7 The Ibe baseball team JB an anunusually anUftU anunusually
unusually UftU UlIy strong one one e composed for the thegreater thegre1ter thegreater
greater part of t semiprofessional e8IoDaI play players JiIayers players ¬
ers The Chamber ot Commerce management man management manIement ¬
agement will endeavor eIICIea to arrange another an another another ¬
other game with the Gothamltes to be beThe beplayed beplayed
played the latter part of A AThe August AugustThe
The next dates on the teams teamsbe > > IKJM schedule scheduleare ul ulare
are Jul July S and t when two games w will willbe Il Ilbe
be played with the Atlantic City colle collegians co11 co11gtDs collegians ¬
gians at the thejjopular tbep popular puJar resort The At Atlantic At1ant Atlantic ¬
lantic 1ant c City CIt team Is a particularly particularlyststrong strong strongone stroll strolllone g gone
one and has already defeated many ststrong 3 3the of ofthe r rtbe
lone the strongest Independent t teams to this thissett thi thisee thisSO <
sett see SO tier tkHL ion Chamber of Commerce will willin willwe i1I i1Ipend
pend we t1 Its Rronpe strongest t players to take part partin pa t tin
in this game ame in hopes of bringing homethe home homeIthe bumthe
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TIlE ean ame yesterday terdsy y was close closesession amt an1d amtexciting
exciting d uatJ1 Ute eighth but ID that thatOI1 thatsesion
session OI1 the Station boys got to 0 Duff Dufffor 3 Duffy Duffyf > uffy uffynd
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an error were r responsible 0po09 < be for tbry tbryThe tbr tbrT1IIIS threr >
T1IIIS r newt the game The Midways had hadLhe hadt1OA ha l la
a atrog > > t1OA t team Ia the field and for a awbUc xwhile
while iriooked It looked as a if they tbet might t break breaktbh brea bracethk c
tbh losing streak In the end they had hadto hadto
to succumb to Wilkins fine twta twktlDg twhlingSteele ng ngSteele
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from Hagerstown Stationyesterday y yes yesterday rday y ymake b but butws ntwas
ws not tempting teJD enou e tu togive t make makeb makehim him himirfve
temptinglenough lenough lenoughbal balto
give up amateur baseball bal > and as a aconsequence aconsequence
consequence the Station rooters are arerejoicing arertjoktaZ arerejoicing
rejoicing rejoicingA
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thid thi d inning ianl when one of o otwisters Wilkms Wilkmstwisters Wllki kin kinthi DS DStwisten
twisters suddenly y disappeared e4 just Jnstbefore jn justbefore t tbefore
before it reaches the be catchers hands handsthey MndsTbe
The mJodty of the crowd tIMMlgbt tIMMlgbtthey ought oughtTrow ht
they b had em again until Trow Trowbridge Trowbridge
bridge pulled the elusive e ball ballIt from the theM theback
back 0 of b hils shirt M trt AAre it had lodged lodgedTaylor lodgdTayJor lodgedC lodgedTaylor
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Taylor of 9 the winners played a agood agood
good game in the field but he h had hadi haditficult haddifficulty
i difficulty itficult in solving the shoots off aLthe offtiie ort
the t J Midways Mldwa s twirler
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