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10 THE WASHINGTON TBIES SATrRPAY JULY 9 1910 7o7nWashington 1910h 1910Wasbington
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Washington Management Worried by Weak Hitting of Outfield and Looking for Sluggers
OUTFIELDERS SCARCE SCARCEIS
IS ± iMcALEERS PLAINT PLAINTSwilters PLAINTSwu PLAThflStvttLers
Swilters rs With Brains Arc Hard to Find FindH FindHinticbs Hiarfclis Dte DteUvery DehIery Dhll
Uvery ll + nery UDi11Ipress1eHe Unimpressive Henry nry Looks Like Real ReAIThingSt RealThing c
Thing ThingSt St Louis Humbled HuinfaJedBjr HumbledsyWires
Bjr syWires TKOitAS S KICK
rM easrtui iisia7 ivltk Sf Lteie N beg1 Ngtlll
g1 gtlll 1s1 at w wW a aWbe
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Who ha hu an ontfieMer utIv that can bit hitand bitand liltand
and eaten eats fly bags and use Ida noodle noodleon dIeon
on the the1 bases U you know notch a ayoung aou ayoung
young ou own and are willing to make makea
a bet that he will make good send hi hialORC himalottg him himalong
along to Manager James MeAleer MeAleerof
of the Washington Waa ingten team t to m Jeems is after aftera
a man of that caliber Also bo wants a afirst aflrat
first baseman and a second baseman bas > man for forimmediate torimte forimmediate
immediate delivery and has his eye eyeupon eyeupoa eyeupon
upon candidates bat cant get thene them be because beca became ¬
cause ca the minor league wont aat let them themgo
30 The miserable hitting hlt DC mark of oftor ofS
232 S for the combined IDe4 Washington oat oatfield OUeld outfel4
field eld as shown mo hi the averages pub published published published ¬
lished today bt The Times has about aboutstirred aboutetfrred i i8t1rred
stirred our manager msa ager man to desperation desperationand
and he to scanning 1 the country far and andwide aadwide andwide
wide The trouble is that outfielders outaelclenEereer are areccrcer aretcsrco
ccrcer tcsrco than sensible opinions like likeBrand likeBraDd likeBrand
Brand Whitlocks about the fight pic pictures pict Piet ¬
tures t urea There are any number of sturdy sturdyyoung 8hud7YOUIIC tardyyoung
young men playtaarHne playing the far gardens but butthose butthose at atthoee
those wbO can stag sh g the ball cant think thinkand tIIIakand tbiakand
and those who think and aacICJIt ran apeedlycant speedily speedilycant
cant bit Idt and its It pretty toogh aU ailaround aUG auaroutttl
around aroundA aroutttlGet
G a coJe e ttdieldesL lIIL lIILhile Jeelat Jeelatwhile
while hile you are at It T Ys cant ltava n 80 80much tsomuch
much of a good tbIIIc tbb Ia this easea easeAs cue cueM
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A M t for the Held athletes we e have withua with withus
us at present we must peat that thatthey tIIattbe7 ibstthey
they are natural born hall players pIa The Thevigorous Thevlgo1o
vigorous manner to which they Jumped Jumpedother JaeIupcaLake jumpedupea 1
upcaLake upea Lake a thorn III the feah of the theotber theother
other clubs du and smacked et him to toajid a ara afrazzle
ra lelD In tile fifth DIIIIIC for six hits hitsand bitsart
and r4ne ne runs was a dear Illustration Illustrationof Dla Uatloaof
of the truth of the as erU assertion D that our ourteam ourtEam ourteam
team can still put up right smart base baseball IIIa8eball sebail ¬
ball at times It is true that beyond beyondJessters beJeGdGessler beyond4esala
Jessters s slap through him Just juabOOB as asboon assoon
boon as be started to pith pitch which whichscored wIdcIaFCored whichFeorn
scored Elberfeld El rfeld from third thirdit and teachwhich made madeit
it tea runs in + a the one taming they were werenot werenot werenot
not able to de much with Bob Spade Spadenothing Spa Spadeand e eand
and de D9 further inns off I him bat batnotbiJIs but butnothing
nothing to that It was was simply i iof a case caveof caseof
of leaning up against the ball and going goingLome someliome aotu6i
i Lome ome early earlyOne cadrOne earlyOne
One peculiarity about Spades pitchlag pitch pItehlng pitching ¬
lag was W the way Washington W ai l agton lifted to toft toleft
left ft field Id McBride KiilnTer aDd U tug UnClaub tugLaub g glaub I
laub sent flies to Stone In sixth toning toningand IIuaiIIcand Ina Inaa
and a ad Gessler gave him one in the eighth eighthOf eIcIatbOf
Of the ten outs made while Spade was waspitching waspitching as aspltcb1Dg
pitching seven se eD were on fly balls ballsVerily ballsVerl1y ballsVerily
Verily baseball ha n is the greatest prob problem probIll ¬
lem ent Ill extant Here goes Walter Sat alter J Johnson Johnsonan1 lobDsonan b banI
an1 an fans the side for St Louis m the thejret the1rf the1ret
jret t and then to the second antl inning Not Notonlv N NnJ No Nonnly
onlv nJ that but his pitching pitch iDe seems semstable seemstable ms bit bitt
table t Do 1e and nd the Browns took positively positivelyfoolish potit1 e efo sty styf
foolish fo f olish > li8h Yet in the midst of ofgraceful this die dieacefuJ disgraceful ¬
graceful acefuJ slaughter which hleh workdup workEd UI the thebaser theocser thebaser
baser passions of the multitude and ansltoukl andshould andshould
should have ha e been suppressed SU re 55ede 55edeby byinterest by the theLlstrict theVl8tmt
Llstrict Commissioners in the h hof interest interestof
of morality and the rising rlshl generation generationhp DelatioD DelatioDhp
hp s getS s Into trouble After Stone had hadheat badpcoed hadopened
opened the first inning by ntriking oat oatHartselt outHartsell
Hartselt singled cleanly to center aDd aDdH
H e > r OR Uallace doable to left call callyou a ayou
you heat that Ho won earth did those thoseswats thoseta
1 ta swats get mixed up with ith that can canvir cann
n ball ddl deliver el that wap w mowing down downu
bloodthirsty tblftllty manner mannerAforementioned manaerfortJbeDtlon manneraoremention
vir 1 u 1 f Browns in the
Aforementioned fortJbeDtlon d Again Hoffman opened O openedt Ded I Iwith
1 it 1 > second nd inni inning with a nifty nifty s seft single tol tolike to topft
pft after whichTrnesdale bieh TnJedaJe KllUfer KllUferra and andtake
ra take ike fanned fa ned in a row and Stone opened openedme
t me he i e third inning by striking out again againFurthermoreto acahLFurthermOrem againrurtherntoreln
Furthermoreto the third innntng Hart Hartsoil Hartn Hartsell
soil n w wbo o had singled so valiantly Iiaatb In InThe InThe Mhe
The he flan popped out t to McBride and andvaltece aDdWallace andWallace
Wallace who bo had doubled oub the first time timeup timeHr timeter
up wh whiged ured ed ingloriously 1 Is there t rhyme rhymeor
or reason in these pecullarltl peculiarities of o ogreat the thejrr theJr
jrr great at national pastime There is 21leAnd not notAnd BOtA
And A lid In the flfth toning ning Stone stagfed stagfedoff
off Johnson JohnsonTh Jobr JohnsonThe on onThe
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Th The pony J battery of Htarlchs and andHenry 8114Hent andhenry
Henry which Meh worked the last two t m innings mrot 10Tlings
Tlings a against St Louts yesterday was wasrot a2 a2r i
rot r > t highlv high impressive because the theP thef1ol1pted theelongated
elongated P or gated Hinrichs is not a marvel ot ota ofa j ja
a ritther He has so far failed to show showhe w1h showthe
1h the great speed which was 1N supposed to toh tohe
he h hill Bill has a sort of Jerky sidearm side sfclesm wea
sm a m delivery that to hard to see from froma
a major league standpoint The num number n nhH nmaher ¬
her of twirlers who 110 can get et by on ondelivery 001e1i s sdeiiyery
delivery e1i like hat is vry small a aDd aDdth andthey d dthyorldom
th they thyorldom y seldom < 1dom lastany Ja8t ally f4 gr ox t lengthof lengthoftirw leagthoftirw of ofthu
tirw The Their elbows have a tendency tendencyto
to t art r out of order and also the muscles musclesof u eJes eJesef
of th t the entire arm Bill is not the worst worstever worste orat oratu
ever e u but he needs coaching a along new newUH newin4S newwith
UH in4S mom S and if he fat placed with the prop proper proprr ¬
er rr r sort of minor league 1ea club he may y de develop de dev develop ¬
velop v into a valuable asset assetIts UllletIt assetS asset7ta
S
Its It Wa4e KUIIf4T KUltfwith with tIN tINtCD Wssht Washing Washington g gten ¬
ton team and William WiD KiUffer with withU wItIiSt
St U Louis Brothers Brothersstate BrotherLst
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st Loata L uin simply went 1 fo pieces We Wegate Westate
state this firmly and aiMS glee ogy liy W Win have
so ofrn 0 used precisely the theto same words ords
describing deKa IIIit bappeed rr to Washing lng
ton that the expeHnlen IIKPI isalua JoLI Just naturally
pops out when w we e are not thinking tIUD fng
To have a chance c cto te apply tile remark remarkthe
to the other fellows fe1k Ws to a greater com ¬
fort thup than hin n you might imagine Lake Lakeand
Mew up to hithe the fifth fifm tontag and with him
the f fleMers sider did a Mont Petoe stunt thatwould that t
twonld would have reduced the moral of the thfRlty thecomment
I community Rlty 69 per cent If caught ca ht in inI80Vlns inmoving
moving pictures ree and shown before th the >
inhabitants or St tools LouteLet Loa LoaLet toolsS toolsLet
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Let St Louts blow an It wants toThe to toMn toTIle
TIle solid DIKI1ct DeIDoa Democracy wfU u uwilla use useits
Mn laAe mfinenee with the Csnamtontoners C 1 q to tosee t te tosee
see that the police do not put an end tadto endtor endt
tor the ocaMtiSB ocaMtiSBJohn aJdbItIeaoIdI eidtibitlasJoint
aJdbItIeaJ J
John oIdI Henry our young catcher from fromAmherst fromAIIIbent fromAmberet
Amherst College eo who worked eIl with Binrltbs Bin Binrlchs HinrtclJs
rlchs had some little stage fright when whenhe whenhe ben benhe
he waited onto the field but John did didnot didJIOt didnot
not do a JelDto act by any means and andby andb7 andby
by the time he te had caught a couple of ofHe oftkJla ofbails
bails be was t fall l of MutL business J nth a ahert aheart
heart for allY fate He did not have haveoccasion haveto haveeceaslon
occasion to throw to second in his short shortcareer shortcareer shortcareer
career but his h stunts m practive have haveHe
demonstrated ted that be baa a good ann annHe armHe I
He acts like a ban player McAieer is isthoroughly istherouchl7 Isthoroughly
thoroughly convinced that Henry hay haythe ha hathe I Itbe
the makings to him and will give him himwhenever hima
a chance to POW up with the country countrywhenever I
whenever the occasion Is Isit propitious as asit asit
it was yesterday yesterdayIt enJay
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It was a shrewd ew and popular move e on ontbe onthe j
tile part of McAleer to heed the behest behestof I Iof
of the crowd and send to Hhwiens Hhirl and andHenry andReary I IHeGIT
Henry after the game was won beyond beyondan l e70ndaD
an peradventureT peradventure peradveutureIt T
It caused a kind of shudder non MM the
less when we think that Bob Dade DadestODDell Suedestopped Bpadestopped
stopped the mad career of our batters battersso
so easily and if Lake had not proved proveda
a veritable mark that one run scored scoredoff scoredoff
off Johnson in D the first inning nitnt tdrnthave nitnthave JdlDthave
have been a serious matter Three Th hits hitswere hitswere ita itawere
were made off Spade but after they theywere theywere
were mad be held the situation to hehand tohand IIIhand
hand and there v vIn was 110 chance to score scoreIn
In the seventh th htntmt after Milan Mil MilftDded had hads4mded badsingled
singled with two out oat Spade promptly
fanned 1aUvelt 1aUveltThere l NiveltThere lveit lveitThere
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There to no use cotxur into details detailsxbout 8bcMtt detailstbout
xbout how ho Washington W h bent St St Louis LouIIye toolsyesterday Louisyesterday
yesterday ye by y 12 iO o 3 X The run off fl John Johnson JObason Johnson ¬
son has been desctlbed Two Hits a abase a1Jase abase
base on bails and a wild pitch jfS give > r vo voLouis St StLouis t tLabs
Louis two runs more in the etenth tnniug tn tnnhue Sa SaninJI
nhue A stogie by KiliUer doable ble by byUnglaub byU byIIglaub
Unglaub U ah and error by Hartssdli Hartsell is Ute tbesecond UteH thesecond
second Inning gave Washington two tworuns t truns tworuns
runs The octave to the fifth when hell ten tenruns tearuDtI tenruns
runs were mado mad + came through a chute chuteand I IaDel etudeand
and triple by Klberftld Elbelf d singles by byStree byStreet byStreet
Street Johnson and X Mdaa Ban triple by byElberfeM byElbrrfeld byElberfeld
ElberfeM two errors by True Trneadnlenmir emcll True e emuff
muff of Baa Ay by Schwertser Sdaweltaertwo and andtwo andtwo
two bases on balls one of which 1 forced forcedin
in a run runHere t tHere
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Here are the + he refreshing fhtwos fhtwosWashington rd wsree wsreeVashingas
Washington Vashingas d AB R B H PO A E EMilan E1II11ao bMilan
Milan cf du L S X XLelivett 2 2lheIt e I IIelivelt
Lelivett lheIt K f C 1 1 1EaberfeaJ 1 1Elbetfeld I IFJberfe
EaberfeaJ + dA Jb a 2 2Con 2 2Conro e I Ieoarot
Conro Con > 3b 1 r I 1 1Gflrsl 1Gsler
Gsler Gflrsl r If 5 1 1 1 1F 1 I I2b
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T t ub b n 4r 4 r IStreet S
Street StreetHeary e I J 2 2Henry 1 1HfIrY
Henry e eJohnson e 1 1JbD8oII I I I I IJehnson
Johnson p 2 1 t tH 1Hi
H Hi Hfnrichs nfts p pTotcto 1 1Tok1l5 I I I ITotals
Totals Totctost 18 his D Zl 1 11 11St > ft i iSL
st Louts jys IL 1t t M HPO II p pStone PO A AK AKWashington So SoSbne EStine
Stone If Itu 3 1 1Harufen 1 1 5 I a iHartH aJf
Harufen 3h 3 4 4Wallace J 2 1 1 1 1Wallace 1Wallace
Wallace ss 4 4Newman 1 I IKewmaa
Newman lb 4 4Schwitzer 1 1Sehwttzel I I I IScbwttser
Schwitzer rf S SHoffman I < Z I t tHotrIDsa 1HoRmaa
Hoffman cf I S STruesdale I ITrue I ITruesdale
Truesdale 2k 2b3 2 2Kilmer 2 I 2 S S SKi 3Hilllfer
Kilmer Ki Uer e e J JAllen I I 1 1AIleD 1Allen
Allen c cLake e I I 1 1Lahti 1 1Lake
Lake p 2 2Spade I I 2 2Spacle i ide
Spade de p 1 1Grlggs 1 1 1rIc
Grlggs Otis rIc 1 1Crts II I I ISO
Crts 1 1TotaJ8 I i I I ITotals
Totals K KBatte 3 E Ai U UBattefl i iBttte
Batte Battefl fin or Allen in the 6eEatte4 ninth ninthHPO at th thFatted
Fatted tea Spain III IaI 1M ninth JIhdWa ninthWashington
Washington Wa I 2 I I lrt e tt xI xh2SL x xISt 12 12St
SL St Louis LouIsu ill IffPhst 1 I IFIrst i 1 13 I IFirst
FIrst base on errors erronW errorsWashington Washington 51 51Left i1Left a aLeft
Left Left on tases ta8eIrWaaltJllPOII Washtegton 5 St LouIs LouisFirst
6 8 Fn FIrst t base on balls baJIOIr Off Lake 3 offi offiJot off offJss
Jot Jotby 3 Jss n 2 K HIIIrieII L I IA linings liningspitchedBy
pitchedBy A d B7 Lake 4 23 3 by Spade 3 314 314by 1 1by
by Johnacn 7 by Blanche 2 Hits Hitsmade IDtti IDttima HitsmadeOf
ma madeOf made Off Lake 19 off Spade I off offJohnson 0 0JohlUlOn offJohnson <
Johnson 5 off Htorkrna 3 Struck out outBy outBy
By Johnson 8 by HinHeha 1 by
Spade l L Threebase base hits hILeI1vet Lelivet E1elL K Kberfeld EI EIberfeJd
berfeld elL Twobasr Tw hits IliItsl7nclaub hitst Unglanb and andWallace andCrttlce
Wallace wua Sacrifice Sa rttke hltSchweltzer iitSchweltzerHoffman hit Schweitzer
Stolen D base bUeHoIDnaD Hoffman Double plays playsMcBrtde playsbcBrkl
McBrtde to Vngbiub 1 ub Wallace to New Newman NewBit Newmma ¬
man HK H by pTtcberBy Lake Elber Elberfefd EJberfe1d Elberfeld
fefd Wild pitch nitd1Hlnrilha e t Htorichs Passed ball ballStreet ballStreet
Street t Umpire CniptreJlr mpireMr Mr CTLotxgtilin OLo 1I1L Time Thneo
o game pmeI 1 hour 5 51 minutes Attendance Att Attm
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JACK POWELL POWELLVeteran POWELLVet POWELLVeteran
Veteran Vet ran who is expected to work o onegame one onegame ODecame
game for St Louis and Bailey tbs tbsother thoother tMother
other while hUe Retsling tsl and Groom are arecardod areeanIed arecarded
carded to do the slinging < for 1k Washing WashingPowell WuIdaIrt getout getoutton
t ton Powell has been on ODe of ths be b bedpltdters best bestsupposed be8tIn
pltdters In the league for yesrt but 1I8tau Is Issuppeaed
supposed au to be going back backsence qad hlapre hlapre8eIICe his pre premace
mace to the box sbonM be i itog eaccNdC eaccNdCbIIr eneonragine
tog sign for for the Washington W fans But Butff BatK Butif
ff Jack k strikes his old stride look oat oatfor eattor outfor
for squalls squallsCAUGHT squallsCAUGHT ualls uallsCAu
CAUGHT CAu T ON THE FLY FLYJesse FLYJeH FLYJesse
Jesse Burteetfs Woreootar Ir teem tmlog IB IBcoming hecoming
coming mlog strong in 1M tb New England KngiandLeague Ba EnglandLeague aa4 aa4Leac1Ie
League race raceThe raceThe
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The Boston Doves Dfn are not aottlie showten showtenthe sbealagthe
the class that was expected expect of teem teemearlier tbeaearlier themearlier
earlier in the season seasonPltcuer seasonPitcaer D DPlicaei
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Pltcuer Suggs continues coatlato111e8 to place placeurea fig figures
urea in the win column col for Ole Cin Cincinnati aacinaaU daeinnai ¬
cinnati Rods RodsThe RecJLTIle ItedsThe
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The Athletics surely have tn tI Mighnnders XCigh XCightandors 1IJpDDMr
tandors number and < also tile asmerals nu numerate a alI1erals ¬
merate of the Red Sox SoxDetroit 80 SoxDetroit
4 4Detroit
Detroit Is hitting bltU at a good PMMJcIIJit clip bat battheir Itlltt1lelr buttheir
their pitchers IIteh n seem Me to be a UtIle bit bitThe WtoIf bitof
oIf of form formThe
foraaraee
The race between the Cubs C and O tJae tJaeGIants eGiants o oGiants
Giants for National Loa League LegoeSJNIt oe honors honorslei Is IsHarry
lei sport for nervous pa paJIarIT petale petaleHarry
Harry Wolverton hv his II Oakland OaklandPneMe OakJan4PaeUIe Mk3enaPadle
PneMe Coast League team going pID < like likean llkot llkotan t tft
an electric ft e motor motorManager t tJIanaIrer j jManager
Manager Jimmy y Collins Coil ere f th u Prov Providence PIOYI PIOYIh1eIaee ProrBence
idence club d has picked up a mighty mightyclever ty tydeYer 1 1clever i
clever youngster in PlteiCr Plies cr Orowtey OrowteyThe Crowle CrowleThe s sS sThe
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The playing of Milwaukee and ran Kan3ty JCaDClty ranass
ass Qty of late has ben a bag our ourto orprise r rto
prise to the American Amerl an Association AssociationGeorge Associationteams ttOD ttODteaI8L
teams teamsOeotrge
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George Stone has nand f Us batting battingeye battingeye I Ithe
eye and the whole Bromn BL Bra s works worttsstarted have i iGiant Ialartec1
started to play real bes ball ballIt 11 i
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It b said t that Jade Dele tile old oldGiant 4 4Gialat
Giant taneMer is to become a member memberof i iof
of the National Leagues umpiring umpiringstaff umpiringstafL JI I1II I
staff stafLThe I IBilly I
ne WhIte Sax bare S e a new perk and andBilly 41 41Bf I
Billy Bf lyr Sullivan back in the g game me Mow Mowto Mow1M NowIs
to the time fw f the Sox to startsome atartlIOIIIethJJI5 start startthing j jthings
things thingPr I IPrl
j jPrenident
Prenident Prl Pr ldent eDt Fogel of the Philadelphia Philadelphiainals Plal1MelplalaNadJpls Philadelphialea
NadJpls lea pals says that Umpire Kane is isg Isgtthe 1 1Jdvta
Jdvta gtthe g the Quakers Ole worst of fi fits It Itlhats itItiat ¬
lhats ts s what ha they all say sayDntch sayDutch Y Youtctt
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Dutch Revelle who has been beenrtar a ariar astar >
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