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10 THE W SHDTGTOX S1fHI i6T0N TIMES TUESDAY AUfilST 2 1910 1910Rebuilding 1910Rebuilding
Rebuilding of Cleveland Club Might Give W Washington ashipgto Chance to Buy Larry Lajoie
NATIONALS MIGHT BUY BUYLAJOIE BUYLAJOIE BUYLAJOIE
LAJOIE FROM SOMERS SOMERSBig
Big Frenchman Fre chman Seems Doomed to Get New Berth andWhy and andWhy a d dVhy
Why Not in Washington VashingtonPropositionNot VashingtonPropositionNotBeyond Proposition Not NotBeyond NotBeyand
Beyond Possibility PossibilityBy
By THOMAS S RICE
DoaH Dos t Tmipsam JiyateHeal ewe the tIMball new newdiseases dewdieeoes
dieeoes diseases attacks attadkisg ban nJayn 11 There Theneis
is not the slightest danger of Rube RnbeVadttell Rubea RubeW3A
W3A Vadttell fl or Bogs Raymond getting et irettiageater gettingwater DC DCwater
water OB the brain Guess the two twoSODa rc rcCleveland rca rcatsoaa
SODa SODaJ SODaeIaDd tsoaaCeveland J
Cleveland eIaDd has rleaed loUaaM BIB Bradley Bradleyin e y yin
in line with its itsthe receRUy receRUycy aaasuaoed 1 1ey
cy of getting rI4 oL the oldt1ecss oldt1ecssthe urs alii aliithe
the question naturally arises When WbeDPresideDt le lePresident e Is IsPresident
President Somers going to take the theby ban banhad bsUby
by the horns Del d1 of Larry Larrye Larrybut La Lajole
jole e TbI may ma wand like woof wooftaxL a t1I8Ia t1I8IaqueaJtlon taxL taxLqu
queaJtlon qu but butma It is DOt sot sotbe aDd we would i DO DObe
be surprised to hear any day at thlt Iae eha Iaeha
had ha d taken such a radical radicalt step The afc1 afc1tendance at attendaDCe
t tendance this year in Cleveland Cie has been beenvery DeeDvery oe oevery m
very small and the club is said to be beoat beout beout
out 36MOO 800 on its running runt expenses to toinvested tosay tod
say nothiD ff JDtenJst on tile JUODIIJ JUODIIJinvested
in
IntoeatThe
invested inv insurance asnranoea etc The team ta ia inhopelessly iaa
a hopelessly lackadaisical state statemore and andmore andmore
more than one competent critic has at attributed atUibuted attributed ¬
tributed this to the peculiarly indiffer indifferent 1Dd14erent I11 I11ent ¬
ent attitude assumed by the big bagman French Frenchman Fr ftcbman ¬
man under all circumstances UlDStaDCeS Even Evenwhen EVeDwhen Evenwhen
when he is most anxious to win his air airouid j jgame
ould indicate little real In Intertat I in tile tilegame thegame I
game and be thus does himself a great areulnjuntlce greatInjustice creu1nj
Injustice 1nj It is believed Ueved tbat his atti attitude attitude attitude ¬
tude has affected a the other members ben of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the CteveJanl l team almost stece r lice liceday the theday Uteday
day he Joined d it it and has bad a de depressing Ie IepresslD ¬
pressing < effect eir that no msniger a aoagxovercame could couldovercome dUWOVerc d
overcome overcomeWish overcameWiab IDe IDeWish
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Wish Washington w could get him himLajote JdIaLajOie AI AILajole
Lajote is not as Indio indifferent i cWrereat oreut as be bebut ap apthere apfl1i
fl1i but the effect Ie the e andthere and aAdhere
there is an element tI ent of fans f even evenCleveland eveaC1evelaDd > A AClevelsnd
Cleveland wuieh ta convinced gw that thathe K Khe Ithe
he were to go to a new berth he behelp wouM wouMhelp v vhelp
help the dub getting ettin ti him and at tlie tliesame tesame thOsame
same time give ve Cleveland C eIaud a chance to tostart toI tostart
start I all over again Lajoie ta still stillmighty stillmighty a amighty
mighty ball player and gives few or orso o oD orao
so signs of retrogression He Heohoal4 Heohoal4ha Itoutd Itoutdhave wuidhave
have ha e several more years of th t tkind txs c = tkind t tkind
kind of work in him and whoever takes takeshim takeshim takeshim
him from Cleveland win land s prize JlrUeFor prizeFor prizeFor
For instance l be would be a most useful use useful aeeful ¬ i
ful citizen in Washington It Ittake would wouldtake wouldtake
I
take some time for him to iaI infect the theWashmgtons theW8blqtons thewaahlagtons
i
Washmgtons with his style and mean meanvrhite JDeaItwbile meaawhile
while his confirmed habit of batting battI be between etweea between ¬
tween 18 33 and I to admitted even eventetter eftftbetter evenbetter
better than Milan and Leliveit He could coulddrive couhtdrive coulddrive
drive In right ht smart runs if be wereabout were wereabout Wfteabout
about fourth in the Washington Wurh lStOD batting battingorder bttiDorder b border
order and we are sure our very mytans best bestfans btaans
fans ans would appreciate anything in thAt ihatline thtline thAtline
line be might m6chtLaITy contribute contributeLarry uuitiibuteLarry
Larry Lajoie and a Walter Johnson Johnsonyum JeAtnonsum i
t
sum um yum yumland ruA
A part Of Lajoie + 1 Ia Ckreland CIeYe CIeYeland
land landhas may not be his Lust The team uaahas teamhas I
has started year air airner after year year like a wlD wlDner w1naer
ner and has then collapsed and finished AaIIdIe4jm faisbedju j
ju t far enough up to furnish the foundations foun foundations fOUDdatloD8 i
dations for vain calm hopes the next year i iThis t
This has discouraged the fans t and anddid andLajoie
Lajoie would oaJd DOt be human it be al alsodid o odId I
did not feel the effects of the incessant Ieeusltsntand incessantand t
and inevitable disappointment If be hecame became i
came to Washington It would be many manymoons manymoonabetore manymoons I
moons moonabetore before be was as on a champion championbut cbampioDbut >
but he would be bettl with a team teamcourse ta the thecourse thecourse
course of development with only a areasonable aTfasonable areaaonabie
reasonable ambition from year to toand year yearand yearand
and the prospects of steadily tncreanIng increas increasing IIIcrea1ng ¬
ing its strength atr to the pennantwinning pennantwinningpoint pea
point That shee shsuld spur aperaam peahis his ssthc anthus anthusaam i88m
aam sa4 and make him far more valuable valuableto YaI YaIto
to McAJ teAleet r than he ie > ta s to Jhn lacGvtre lacGvtreat e eat
at presentIt present presortIt
It looks like a firstclass Cnt 1a betting bettingproposition bettiIIpropollltiOA bettingpropaaitsn
proposition that be win never become becomemore becomemore becomemore
more enthusiastic in ClevelanCleveland Cleveland ClevelandCleveland CJevelaCkveIaDcl
Cleveland will not be so foolish as asmight asmight asmight
might D DIs be supposed If it sold Lajoie He Heis Heis
is an old story there TTnttke a star starpitcher atarpltc starpitcher
pitcher pltc he plays every ery day and fa familiarity fa familiarity tamiliarity ¬
miliarity breeds contempt CORt mpt He Heed has ceas ceased ceased ¬
ed to be a very great drawing card In Inthat Inthat inthat
that city and ta his present surround surroundings rrouDdIn surroundings ¬
ings In and with his careless manner he heis heisnot is bnot isnot
not the attraction att cUOD en the road that he heused 1M11Sod beused 1
used to be nor will be recover that thatprestige thatpread thatprestige
prestige pread away from home as long as he heis lieL heis
is L with Cleveland Ie velaDd If President Sotners Sotnersfinds SomenIfinds Somersfinds
finds his attendance falling to a very verylow verylow verylow
low ebb with Lajoie in his lineup up upwill ft ftwill Itwi11
will not be much if any tower if be besells beRl1s beSells
sells ii ore e Frenchman and uses ea the money moneyto y yto
to buy young players On the other otherhand 0dMrband otherhand
hand Lajoies coming to Washingtonwould Washington Washingtonwould Wash oa oawould
would stir the fans f not only ta this thiscity th9ctn thineltY
city but an over o r the circuit and even evenif evenif evenif
if Washington Wa h oa paid a record price pricehim fir firhim ftraIm r
him the money n = osey would come back ta isseason a aseason aisoa
season isoa or so o if not soonerLajMe sooner soonerLajoie SOODerLajnle
Lajoie and aDdJolmsolL Johnson Theres ar a bust bustr buaIr i
r yes at the gateEd gate gateK3 ptEd
a
Ed KilHan has been released to To Toronto Toronto ¬ i
ronto by Detroit and Dd while the fairs fairsalways f faJays fagsalways
always regret tH tM > naming ef a wood woodman troOdan modman
man an these of Washington will weepno weep weepno weepno
no bitter tears ears because beca se Edward has de deR de dePITCHERS
PITCHERS R BATTINGBETTER BATTING BATTINGBETTER N NTHIS r
BETTER BETTERKar THIS KH KHKarger YEAR YEARKarger >
Karger Kar er Bender Gray and andOthers andOthers an anOthers d
Others Have Surprisingly SurprisinglyGood SurprisinglyGood SurprisinglyGood
Good Averages AveragesThIs i ition
ThIs Ie an old one with a new JIeWtiOl1 aide aidetlon
tion Why 7J1y cant pitchers nit bitMany nitMany bitT bitTauy
Many reasons have ve been gventhey gven bat batthey 1RItthey
they seem to be uncalled for Pitchers Pitcherscan Pltchercan
can hit They are hitting thai year any anyvray yWT anyway
way Take a look at the batting average aver average a r re ¬
age of Eddie Karger er erpitcher leading leadingLeague 1 American AmericanLeague ian
League pitcher Za twentyfourthe twentyfour jTunri g jTunrithe a I
the pounded Boston southpaw BO w has poanded out j jenough I
enough e hits to earn him a mark of dMany JIi JIi1laDy 3H 3H3fany
Many Outfielder there ere are who areable are not 1 1able j jable j
able to boast any such auehChief record recordChief recordChief 1 j
Chief Header of the Athletics Is IsnectIJI Isnecting con connecttag
necttag for an average a of 3B8 > ts Joe ee Wood Woodis WeedIs
is close to him with withm JS8 a Gray of Wash Wadr W Wi1gton WashIijcron
Iijcron r has hit Z3 ta sevmiet tOOfl i gamesZlanning ga games gamesZlannlng
Zlannlng IDbin of New York ta credited creditedem with with2Sfc wItJt2i I
2Sfc 2 Ed Walsh te pnnhtag punh ma them th ththe em ovor ovorthe OYtllthe e vow
the inneJd for form JfZ Mullta te biii donting
241 241 and Bill Bailey of e tbe Brownsand Browns ILI SO SOand
and Relating of Washington W Waalisitatonz WaalisitatonzOthers J3 J3Others t totIws
Others ta the ill a class are the following foDewfng follow Inflowiog ¬
ing Coombs Athletics 34 Quinn QuinDYork QuinnYork4 New NewYork
York York4 24 Falkenberg Cleveland ClevelandKrause Jtt JttKrause 18Knu
Krause Athletics AthleticsKILLIAN sit JBLKILLIAN sitKILLIAN
KILLIAN BOUGHT BOUGHTBY BOUGHTBY
BY TORONTDETROIT TORONTO TORONTODETROIT O
DETROIT Aug 1IC t twas 1 Announcement Announcementsold AmIouDc naonttceoaes IMiIK IMiIKwu
wu de at the headquarters of ofDetroit tJae tJaeDeaoIt
Detroit AIDeIIcaDa today that this ha hasold have havesold
sold Saathpaw paw KTutsa to the Toronto TorontoCasair To ToEastdrht eto
Casair < League esgue team The amoutwas amoutwasnot amount amountnot was wasDOt
not rraeei Mill Kilns helped the tileL theto TOtoJ Tigers Tigersto
to towork wl thdr ere L rr Ails
work erie teas set isle islef1 sat
f1
i
Club Standings S fand s gs and andPossibilities andPossibilities andPossibilities
Possibilities PossibilitiesAMERICAK PossibilitiesAJOJUCAX PossibilitiesAMERICAN
AMERICAN LBAG LUGtJE LUGtJEYMte LKLGIJEYesterdays E Eat
YMte Yesterdays ays R RSt Rest RestSt
St X LeIII < o n S Washngtoa w J JYwIc 4 4hbaa L
3 hbaa w Tork 4 Cleveland CIeveIuIdetoa ClevelandBoston S SBoston
Boston Boston C Detroit 1 1Chicago L LCIdcap LChicago
Chicago I Philidpida Phfli ithj ithjBoston 2 is isTodays
I
Teiays GINIMJL GanesWadiagen 1
W Wadiagen t1 at at LoaIa LomeBoston I
Boston at DetroitNew Detroit DetroitSt
New N Y York II at caeaiuad caeaiuadPhtdddpbIa 1 1Po
PhtdddpbIa Po Pos at Cllaaga CllaagaS
St s i b III el f the Ct 4tiae 4tiaerTedsy s
sToday
rTedsy Today TodayBoston
W I L Pd WIlL Lear
Ph PhindbpbI l hJa Pl JI R ta + Ti
Boston K W Mt CSC z J4
New York 5 50 J7 3lDetroIt ids SM SMrolt 3A
DetroIt rolt S2 4Z 4 J6 5iI J iii 51r
Cleveland Cleveland 41 4C 471 477 oM
Washington w 3 M 413 ta 4s
Chicago c ieago X 5S JK 4si 911
St Lout 56 a atXATIOJfAL 2 Jp JpATioiAL J T TKATIOKAL
KATIOKAL LEAGUEYestedays LEAGUE IXAGTTELYestesasys IEAGtJEyeas
yeas Reswtta RfIAItLNew RefsaltAYew ReswttaKew
New YOlk 4 Boston I ft ftPhfiadelpnta
BoetonP
Phfiadelpnta S Brosiay a v J I ITMlays kTodays
TMlays TMlayss tas tasSt
s Louis at Brooklyn BrooklynCfa
dactanart Cfa c tt at t Boston BoIwteacIdcap
i CMcaco iatgo at New To York Yodratp YorkPlttdnrg I
JMttsaury at atp PMlarteiaiiia Pbihdeipbtstiedia a aStaaiillc l lStaaiasg
stiedia Staaiasg fIf < te Chi ChiTo Chrk s srTsday
rTsday rTsdayW To T ay ayW Y Yw
W L Pot Win Lose
CWeaao 9 s 3 MS 4t 7 7w at
New w YOIL Tork orlk 52 3 > K JM 5 I 46 J5J 9st
gttsbaiy PIt fit II 3 3B1 J 596 573
Ctecianatl 45 4 G ill illptllae1pb a > 4 5A6 < K rf
PtiflarleiphhL M 44 um J a IN
St Louis 38 C2 + 422 13 4 a 418
Brooklyn 3 > M 51BuetoD JX 3 4st JM
Bueton 33 CI3BJSSCl CI3BJSSClnarted a II 31 8 8ell Jigpat
narted pat ted ell his league He ta a southpaw southpawMe
std tate Nationals hale ever had tnQ tnQbIe tnebk
Me in neKotiatinc otiaUlNt os lefthand hand ra but he heas
has h as had a peculiar faculty Jit t times for formaking tormakIDc formatting
making any Washington team look lookcheap looke lookcheap
cheap e 1 7 He has been 011 the rased ed edOf edge edgeof
of revertns to the minors m DOn for a tons tonstime
time t and Ms departure rta Is no particular particularsurprise gardcularsurol particularsurprise
surprise se Bill Bradlev Brad it might be men mentioned rnencouJd meninned ¬
tioned t could generally Iy kit when Ilea he hecame heeaJDc hecame
came to thta city with Cleveland no nomatter DOmatter nomatter
matter if his average av elsewhere were wereminus reotomt I
III tomt minus zero Another who has the knackof knack knackof I
of coming Q out of his trance when wh n here hereSox hereis I
is Lee TaII TanneWL 1I o tee CIIicaJID WbIM
Sox who usually tightens his hold IMIdIllS on onhta onfoh
IllS fob by oasttar DUit out safe meats w ta ta tathe inohaL
the Coitai CoitaiWashington IIaIWaah ohaL ohaLWashington
Washington Waah oa was about due for a field fieldtag defdina
tag explosion and the flareup ft in 6eldj the theSt tiletfurth ther
tfurth r rvth IIInI Inning that coot the game III st stLouis StLouis St Strate
Louis rate yesterday sboub not be regarded regardedtoo regardedtoo
too dankly darldyJifa j jManager
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Manager Jifa tanager McAleer has Ieeu been pecanmrty pocalertyunfortunate pecanmrtyunfortunate pecgllu1yuatortunate
unfortunate this season In haviag 1Ia his htoathletes lataathletes hisathletes
athletes go wrong < It will be remem remembered reaaembered remembered
bered that Roy Wttherup one of the themnet thepJ0Ip1ll themoot
moot promistag lg looking pitchers Wash Washtegton Waahblston Washhgton
tegton has had a long time was sick Blckall sickall
all last year year Then he reported to Mc McAieer IiIcAieft McAiter
Aieer at Norfolk this spring and Just as asbe asbe ashe
be w is s > devetoning 1IC the earmarks of a awondc awollde awonde
wondc be bowed a tetdo t o in his armor arm armor anaor
or sotn something thinir < like Ilk that and was immedi immediately ImmedIat imtnediattty ¬
ately at 1y out ou of of11 o baseball forge t = T Doc Reis Reisttnir IteI8Un Re ReUng
ttnir who 0 is pitching sue swt good baglow ball ballnow ballDOW
now was evenbetter even better ta tbe srpiiur and andwas Adeownted andwas
was counted th tIM r most reifan renal o slabman slabmanwe slabmaDhad
we had but the day before the season seasonopened Bea8OI1opened seasonopened
opened he was stricken with quinsy quhneyand qubmJaM quinsyand
and It was six weeks hefort he was in tagood incondttlo1
good condition again Milan Is s nut now nowwith nCJWWltb nowwith
with a collection ctJoa of bruises caused ca by a acollhncn acol1ta1ea
collision with Gassier Street and Beck Beckendorf JJeclendorf l3ecketderf
endorf were both on the injured hat 1IatIRBt hatlast
last week necessKattn r Henry doing all allthe allthe allthe
the catchiiwr lid coating at least one oneframe ODeIEID onegame
frame And now Bin Hinricn has henfaaile ta In IntantUe
fantile paralysis Is Htorirh was worth worthlittle worthlittle worthittle
paralysis IIu IIuWnhwas
little l as as a p pitcher pi terser for Wnhwas Washington this thtayear thisv thisyear
v year ar but he h would have been a vale valuable valab valeabie ¬
able b sset t in dickerta for another anotheryoungster aDotherou anotheryoungster
youngster ou r with minor leazue e clubs sev several severaJcr ¬
eral eraJcr of vrhich were w after himOUTLOOK him himOUTLOOK himOUTLOOK
OUTLOOK IS BAD BUDAssociation BADFOR BADI
FOR I I IAssociation RACERAGKS1 RACERAGKS1Association
Association Will Not Go GoAhead GoAhead
Ahead Under PresentLaws Present PresentLaws PresentLaws
Laws LawsKBW LawsNEW LawsxEW
NEW YORK Aug 2 Some tarn thK thKUte durIag ar arsaid
Iag Ute aHead week In AIIPBt k Is Isan
said an ofttcial statement win be beeut given gtveaout
out concerning eone ruag the future of racing ta tathta IIItide Inclass
tide State after September J L UntO then thenthere tIaeathere thenthere
there can be no announcement of a apositive apositive
positive nature but there is every rea reawiH a I
den to believe rival atterAusuat after August ZI rheas
will be no more radar ta this tbiaJaood aeigbbor aeigbborhood aefgl > Ibor Iborhood I
hood this year
I
In tbe first place the racing associa aaodaI
tions have run their meetings inn tlii II P m at a loss lossaad loadsad 1
sad it te a question If Saratoga win get eta
a dean sheet after all expenses aA aApaid are arepaid arepai4
paid The other tracks did not make makeenough makeeaoagta
enough profit to pay taxes Sheepsheati SheepsheatiBay eepsAea i
Bay lost upward of i499d1a 49 s and another aaotberlow aJIOtberIa anotherions
low te staring It ta the lace ta the fan fanmeeting
meeting I
la the case of Sheepshead SII UlleIId Bay Bayt the themanagement ecrwt th e eamnagemeat
management crwt faces a strong opposition oppositionfrom o oppositionfrom tIoII
from the minority mI stockholders atockbol4erswhom some somewhom
o whom are under the guardianship ofustees of oftrustees oLtnIateee
otrustees trusteesare
trustees ustees and these trustees will not netagree notagree JIOtto
agree to continue ccmtln racing at a loss It Itwin Itwill
win be seen that the the Sbeepsbead SI SIpie pee people peepie ¬
pie are ta a peculiar predicament L Ne Yesmatter Nwl Nwlmatter Nematter
matter bow the majority stockhoMtoor stockhoMtoormay 1ItOck
may feel about the matter they can CUIChecked be bechecked achecked
checked by the minority ladders afstock fillstock af
stock stockAt stockAI st0dAt
At present It looks as if the only m mthat
lie caR come moan rile Legislature LecWatareyeer Legislatureyear 1
year and U there Ie nothing De IIC IICtbat
that wW assist ta reviving horse bonenICIDIr radag radagto
It Ia almost almostatny Ie to saT that the sport sportea
to t ready + ea dyie for burial so atnybrag long bragw g as th also tbec peers area areabooks
set laves tirl books Tvi
7 tr rIIa s c wltiwUt a a lea leatieoe MIIIff c
tieoe bdaktll s Na Nar Nac c r
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II Draws His Uncon Unconditional ltlon t Release Ree e I
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BILL BRALLEY BRADLEYCleveland BRALLEYCJeveJaH BRALLEYCIOTIeod
Cleveland Third Baseman Ba Who Has Bees B MIl Turned Aiwft AiwftCAUGHT AmttCAUGHT AdanaCAUGHT
CAUGHT ON THE FLY IN INWORLD INWORLD INWORLD
WORLD OF BASEBALL
aIer Ie a star catch of Bog Hoffdrtre BoC4I11Ye Bognaas
naas drtre to right field ta yester yesterdays yesterdays er erbetween ¬
days game between Washington w wLoaIP and aadSt and8t
8t St Leah LomVIn LoaIPIn LeahIn
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In the ninth chapter Rube R Wad Wadden w wdell Waddell
dell wa wan taken out of the box when be helet belet belet
let loo loose e a couple of wfla ones Lake Laketook xtook Laketook
took he dace daceHoffirsa Jaee JaeeH08G j jHottcwia
Hottcwia H08G made a fine throw thre9areet of ofStreets efStnet
Streets s single to center etrtdl rn trains Can Canroy eeroy Conroy
roy at tbplate tIH pinto pIMoIE pintoYrnaole
IE
11 Yrnaole I aide tb tbta the y threebag threebagIn three tllnapr bag
pr ta yesterdays s game gameDutch J tile IIxtb IIxtbceorIac Mrcthbming
bming ceorIac Newmaa ewmaa and 9chvdts 9chvdtsDutch sc scere
ere ereDutcb +
Dutch Schaefer connected t for torIIID a asingle asingle
single ta yesterdays 7 YS game with St StLon StLou StLows
Lon Lou but was unable uaabIeKId to soore sooreKid arsxsa arsxsKid
a
Kid Slberfeld E8 proved to be lIFIt lIFIt1Dgt0D Wa wasa wasatagtons h hingtona
tagtons heavy heavyhitter hitter yesterday getdog get getting pttine ¬
ting three hits out t no runs aItIIeiqrIadrtriII although althoughdrivtag atthevghdriving
driving drtriIIlcBride ta some someXcBride somea someaMcBrtde +
XcBride out te the dMa steth laams oa oaa oaa
a wonderful aedFl catch by byterday Btees B Bacaat up upasabott
acaat the feace feaceIItebed femcepitched
pitched well for BeI6ea 7 7trnIab yes yesterday
terday trnIab against Detroit attowtag but butfour IIatfour hatfour
four bits hnsOut bitsOot
fourOut + a
Out of two times at hat 1IatWpter yesterday ytaturnayWagner yesterdayWainer
Wagner conected for on one Alt a triple triplewhich 1I1pIewhlcb triplewhich
which resulted In a run I1IIICantb rmsr rmsCarriran x xCarriem
r
Cantb Carriem was spry aaeogk oa tIM tidebeam th thBases tIMIn
Bases In yesterdays yestentlt ynCI YS game with De Detroit Deth Detioit ¬
troit th it stealing twice twiceCoombs twteeCOOllllJ8 twiceCoombs
Coombs was taken out of the box a inthe athe ta tatbe
the second toning ta yesterdays game gamewith gamewith
with the Athletics when four rests r s were weremade W4nJD8de wenmade
made by Chicago < o on foursingles tour singes sad a atriple atriple atriple
tripleTannehifls triple tripleTannehttTs
tripleTaJmehWs
TannehttTs playing pIa on first base ethe was wasthe wasthe
the feature of the game between PhilA PhilAdeiphia PbIlAfo1pl Pbfadetptiia
deiphia a and Chicago H He had nineteen nineteenputonts niaeteeaputouts nineteenputouts
putouts to t his credit no errors add aadconnected aD4COIfected addcoaaected
connected for a singleSince single Ie IeSIDe8 j jSince
Since KS 1 HS brotherhood brotherhoodl brotherhoodrepeat year repeaters repeat repeaters repeaters ¬
ers ban won the 1 National + a l League Leaguechampionship leagvechamjJiollshiD Leaguech
ch championship championshipThta ampionshbThis
This Is the record In MM 13X fend andBo
1811 88 Bo Bot p i won the th Cbai ebamplonshfp pionshfp la Ja18M
18M 1 5t 18S 1 1t and 18K e eor it was captured edEaltlmort captur by byBaltimore or orEaltlm
Ealtlm Baltimore or ra = I In 107 i and IflK Boston Bostonagain IapiD Boetortagain
again won In 1899 and 1MB Brooklyn Brooklynearned BrooIdynearaed
earned the e pennant eimsnL In ntl le 1 190Z 1 Ile and a al nd
1983 1 Plttsburs was the successful stabI dub dubIn dubIn
In I ISM and Mfc the Giants busied them ¬
selves and won In I IMS Mf7 and aDdthe andthe VnV VnVI
I the much coveted five yards or ao of
bunting was captured by Chicago
In 1 n 1 W9 it Ptttsburg won wonThe wonquestion
The question BOW ta Caa the theerepeat Pirates PiratesIn PInat1esrepoMtt
repoMtt repoMttIn repeat repeatIn
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In the AmerI B League the theaccept theaccept 1IikYena 1IikYenaareept ors
accept derisions dec ision I with better grace paoCe i ithey thai thaithey
they do in the National There tout isntmuch so somuch
much umpire baiting baitingL lralti lraltiA
A L Cmrtnaatt paper paperAmericaa a isAmerican tile tileAJ
American Leagne ta invade invadeand baviIeaDd cincbmaa cincbmaaand <
and pio praHde los the fans with a 1winner awbaDer peaaaat peaaaatwinner pe1
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DAVIS MAKES RECORD RECORDJ
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baa proven himself to be a great greatdiet hur hurcUer
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he te credited eredJt with covering 440 yards yardswith yardwith y ywith ands
with ten hurdles three thr feet f t high in i iA n
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I PRESENT ATHLETICS ATHLETICSCOBBED ATHLETICSCOMPARED ATHLETICSCOMPAREDITH
COMPARED COMPAREDITH COMPAREDITHAre WITH 1TH15 1TH15Are 1905 1905Are
Are Stronger With Possible PossibleException PossibleException PossibleException
Exception of Pitchers PitchersI PitchersMuch PitchersMuch
I Much Better BattersWltboo Batters BattersWithout Battersw
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club than now His champion to Ft FtUOa aggrwot aggrwottlon adrwladon
don of JM2 llt eontamed a lancer lot of ball ballparunent balloC balltbgaeaa
tbgaeaa vim oC Players i + a ts eaftY ety etyiartment de de1NUUIIeDt
parunent ace a well balanced pitching pitchingstaff JIIIIeIIIaItMs jdtnnStag
staff of which QeorjOi Edward EdwardWaddell XRegban XRegbanWaddeU Rey n nWaddell
Waddell was the star But BaitIe Batthe consUertog consUertogthe co > L
the pronress of basebal within with tbe tbeht past pastetaht pasteight
eight ht summers it ta a question if the thethe theAthletes
I Athletes fof can n take even rang with
f the Athletics of ftX nf ftXMack
f Mack in bin first success ta the Amer AmerMurphy
i lean Leultue cue had Harry ayia l > on l1 Iit1lt
Murphy bY on second Monte Cross at short shortsve portn fhortivt
ivt sve n Cross at third and Hansel Dave Da
Fults aDd Socks Seytold In the outfield outfieldMHce outhe
MHce P Pow w r and Ossto Scljrecke liepreekdid wi
tI the eatrLbur cat ate ine and ino iii cilchhtr bat t
talton constated ed of WaddelL Flank
Hustbws Wflaon and MitcleILGhat MMcheiL XitcheILGnt
Great Omstaslioa in n lona lonaj If IfI igQaA
j A great c ibtaatidn these men IDealoate made
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I Monte Cros was the only weak hitteroutsIIJe hit hitoutside hitter hitteroutside ter
outside of the pitchers J Toy T Toywas HartseJ HartseJand IIartRIthe
was the but baM stealer Ia the theand IeiIIaue IeiIIaueand
and Lave Cross was fifth best batterDavy batter batterDavy batterDayy
Davy Flits d was leading real xetter And AndWadded ADdWaddell AndWaddell
Waddell Plank and Hastings H were w wereabove way wayabove WIa7a
above a e par te their pitching nttchJoKIn <
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same = team with some new Mood to toouL fifl fiflout I Iout
out Pultz Hustings H WBaon W Well and aanddl yk Mttch MttchTbe
ell were the only ones to lea cave caveadded Tbe Tbead4ed TbewecI
added material aampeised u itsti < l Bonder BonderCoaklcy eIIderCoakkT AnderCoakley
Coaklcy Henley and Dymrt pitchers pitchersLord sLord pitchersLo
Lord Lo rd aDd Hoffman cemei field fledKnkgbt and andKnltdit andKalcbt a
Knltdit shortstop In 1St Mu Athletics weie weiesecond we wesecond e
second in team batting and tied for third
place Ia ta fieidinc Four twirlers did didsplendid d i4
splendid ndid operattec operaUnCCeldey Coakley WaddeU M aII
Plank and Bender
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Ia DJ K wassupertor was superior to be one of BBi
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where Judged Jadg ed atone the pitching pltcJd staff staffBetter
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baa DOt shown It yet It Is wy wythat posetble
that he may have as good a record recordthe at atthe cthe
the eonsHsuviation of the race nftTIaen however howeverThere
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an Andy O CoaJdry kley Bender to hs hsmore having havingmore TIDe TIDemore
more soccers this season than In InCoombs InC hiCoombe
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ply never was Coffins CoI equal as a aand sec second 8ftODd ¬
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ry Is almec the a equal of Monte Croes Croesat Cronshort s
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graded of course bat be Is DOt far farhind be behIDe be
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Is batting harder than Danny Hoff Hoffman 1ofrman ¬
man Lord ta a better thrower and andbatter aadbatt
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much improved over what he was in inJarphy 86 86Jlurphy 85
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and he Is meeting the ball with more moresurety IDOIeS1Jftity
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