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Team Has Slight Slump After Great Batting Batting Streak StreakMi StreakMiIan Mi MiIan i iIan
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EDDIE COLLINS COLLIXSSasoad COLLDfSs COLLINSSecead
s Sasoad BsMsaaa f fr r PftiladeIPL PfciUdelpai a Atkleiiec AtkleiiecATHLETICS ALt it aATHLETICS Isties
ATHLETICS OFFENSE OFFENSEIS 1 1Is
IS NOT IMPRESSIVE IMPRESSIVEAnalysis IMPRESSIVEAnalys
Analysis An 1i1 sin of Runs Made Nla de Against Against Tashi Washington ton Shows ShowsLeague ShovsLeague
Lea League ue Champions in Rather Poor Light LightDefense LightDefenseSplendidNo Li ht Defense DefenseSplendid DefenseSPlendldNo
Splendid SplendidNo No Wild Running RunningBy
o By THOMAS S RIGS
Oae came aa e ivlth rv + Uk Athletics teday 1eda 9 9house 31M 31MI 31MNow
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Now the aaeetios before tile house to toHow 18H lsHow
H How good a ban team are the Athletics Athleticswing AtialeClc8ne AihisxkThey
ne all look pod whet tile are wta wtaJIiD wfonhlg
wing to a aper maxIat tried tad true truePft true and andper
per contra eMItra as we say as4 y m m Donegal DoIMIIaIaD Thpari they theyBut
aD loOk punk wIleD titer ant antBut king kingBat
But But baying < seen the tit Athletics t when whenthey wbeD1he whenthey
they were w e goto gotn6 good as they certainly certainlywere certainlywere certainlywere
were yesterday y nevertheless the im impression iIDtbU ¬
pression remains r wata that they are not notworldbeaters D4Kworldbeateftl notworldbeaters
worldbeaters This TbI may merely dy be beacIa a aa aba
ba acIa aM is DOt tntwied lat as a croak croakwta makbey crraLThey
They have a grand nd chance e 10 win tae taewodda the theworlds thewOllcl
worlds wOllcl seeks from the Chicago Chhalodecal Na National NatIOIIa1 ¬
decal League representative rrPf tlft and they theyare theyare y yore
are undoubtedly playing < ban that thatdate Amerik tothe totheLeague 18 tile tileof thecan
date of anything aaJ 1iD < een ta tile AJDerIcaIa AJDerIcaIaLeacue can canLeague
League that aosson but we w are not notWe exalted 0 0aIed
aIed to the aktew by UMtr UMtrWe exhlb t4on t4onWe
We hops we are wrong wrongThe wrogTIM wrongThe
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The fldrtinr ding exhibition of the Athletics Athleticswas AtIaIetiJaftLL AthleticsT
was great The T e work of Comas eoa espe espelally petaIJy
lally 1 added aided and abeiMjl abetted by Barry BarryJa and aadBafrer and3lak
3lak Bafrer Ja fI and the outfielding ou of ofLo Barry Barryi
i Lo 104 4 was an that any y man could eouJdQtU ask askCollins
Collins QtU C 4tfrn at second play played that hother hotherat at position positionseeker poeitioaII ost do
II 20pa per cent better than AR asy asywho other seeker seekerwho deM deMwho
who has been here this s sstopped JIO 5 5stopped Be Beaopped
stopped balls to left and > nd right r t ta covered covereda thred threda
a world of ground and a awith could ld throw throwwith thowwUh
with astonishing aceuircy from the themost daeI thefloat
most contorted positions Johnny 1obDaymay J nn Kvers Kversmay
I may y be the kin king of them all a abut st at that thatbta
bta but we doubt K Johnny ever ver put putCoffins pu puup
up a better game there than did EddIe EddIeCoDIDs EddieCollins
Coffins Collins up in both the clashes yesterday yesterdayBarry Testerday TesterdayBanr vetelydayBarr
Barry Barr and l Baker were able ableletics Dele JMln JMlnnen 3
Mrs aDd It the vaunted Chtca Cb CbmakefJ
make a better ter showtJlllt than tlae A Alletks te
lletks letics it wilt be because the latterve latter rbaTSae h bitvo bitvoI baTSae re reother
I SORe wrong from stage f riebt or r jor jor80IDe
some other mental 1 r rldtanlal reason rea8on The me mechanical 1MdIaJdcal ¬
chanical ability to s SItU l there therenot titer titerLord thereLord
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Lord ha added Mretgth iJth toe tb Ath AthJetkL Athles
JetkL lesBart
JetkLBut +
But Oft the tI8te the tIIIetIcs Weroe WeroeDOt were werenot
not astounding us in the matter uer of ofWa mak makgame 1IIakIUII8
runs desPk the fact that thatwas WaD r rwas
lag
wild as a Xuck hare Inthe In tile 4nIt 4nItgame Orotgame
was
wa5neit neither O very etec etectNe
game a aWaeWngtonass and GraY wu Otyeeraectnd tyeeraectnd
in tbe tbeWaehiagton
tine nor well supported supoo supooWashington
WaeWngtonass WaeWngtonassfrom Washington h has a strong defeDle u4eea Mn Mnm
hear the tll Cubs nave D a af de def
from m an we w
f tease nse t tot that i the marvel thethe or o othe the ae ageAte e and aAIIf
If Wteeidngton WI on caD bold the AthJetic8 AthJetic8It Ate adverse a as
under rather adver e eccmdttlon
It cUd yesterday u tell ua what wm the theCubS theCutdittona
ccmdttlon Cutdittona prtthe uh1etlc8 AYe rt ill Inrat illthe
CubS do dot Of Of the theoar
teeludcaDT teeludcaDTearDed
the tlJ t ratdot game gameOf ooi oar one was
caned earDed 7wo wo wart started by byaDd passes passesand
balL balLODe balOne
bit by a pitched
aDd ODe by a man
helped over life lifes WeaQ WeaQroAd ary aryDole
ODe herO was lifesIt It
roAd by a wild pitch PIt at or of baseball C It Je JeDOt
be beable beablest
Dole lio small alt ll amount amou nomt nomtibl of b8ebIl to
DOt ot no
ablest ibl able to aavwic adedvanc c yo yourafter your r Bwmto men to tb the v plateable plate plateafter t ty
1IiU c we welardly ehardly
the lineS
get emi
after they once linel
In InI
opine that the CUb pltcber8 pi c
hardly
tle yodels serieS ar e Walkr gOifg gOifgdial going did to D make makeIifUICh maketlbe the thefirst thepath
I exhibition exhiAS as
path an exhiASshOWIDg As ftowing bow some me ad advanctng addone
first pme ROt done in the tblnl tnni tn tnal1l
niningWith vanctng ningWith wogho was Walker walked three tJareemen threew threemen
al1l ni < with w o owogho ODe ou out
attempted attemptedplay
in i a row On an attemptedaPguue
men at the thebait
made a wide swtpe s aPguue aPguuep1er
play Collins accident t th otJMr otJMrwI8e otberbaA erWhich erWhichwtee
b
bait aDd rather TOIle to Un tWsiau < laub > wblcb wblcbcored
wI8e sent a third but w lle tIw tIwnm schscored
cored the man en tt tawW tawWs M MIy
de all ii4htlat 1itIat it couI oudtiba oudtibaly s
nm was brWltn bit ot O f t9 t9t
Iy be called a cJIOeke4 vP that thatbaIeIy thetbarely was silo silobet
bet t tile bases COlMtOrer r Ia mball tJM tJMball
barely y tally on onball one
ball vineyard vmeyardFour vtDeY vtDeYFour vineyardFour
a =
for Baker in the two twowas t1was gams gamswas
Four bits ht
was not tot so bad badfaTrt bIuLbI badn
fifth In Inning of tM first pate pateto Z Ztwo
bI n the ball ballnd
pIIdaec1
hit by a
bits a malt pitchrran
to saeriflee erifice By prod else elseAbase ran I1IA ranchid
nd a
8Y 8YI dyto
ha1s lIS a tJtarter a a peep
A Abase eD ball 111a balla
COfflIibs hit BY pItebe4 p
Klm Kimfer
to OJd OJdjrocJuCed O Oring
by
and a single
Lord
I a fIiDP1 single jrocJuCed by al or cue tne run In a bench benchIta bear bearin
faTrt ring in tile r sixth Hiniog 2Urddgqbt j niaag Sffhat was pttchtog pttchtogfflterrto pI cbfng cbfnglOt ching71ot
worlds worldslErMgTDoc W611dSwi worldsserl
lOt fflterrto Jlkeb t to Be seen in the
Ita lErMgTDoc wi serl Doc Doc Re4st Retofinr lDg mntrnnlng pitched c ched hed that the sov s the Y YeRt
SmTewL eRt cash ei8IIth and ninth innings nnl n6a of the the1int
Sat 1int pIR OT eiigitthBakfie G Baker Bak leer openeJ ails the spvsath spvsathwlrt th thI
with fclean a 1 clean stagte Da Davis smacked amore d i jnto jntoa Hato Hatoa to tou torfed
t to t paub b 14t1u MurihY ml mldd
I a d double u plaY s5s 14t1u11fer
rued and Barry Racy vpp poppld popl to t KllMfer KllMferI K1 11fer
I Nothing thrilling to that With two out otitI outIn n t
I in the ninth Baker trlp tripled to right ri ht < and andi ln lnI nl
i Davis led to Orejsaler k V ea eaeharn4 e aumlrp a m1r > aivl aivlli an n4 n4DLI 1 1esUe81 l
li I esUe81 l ± r D9C > oc RcisMng Jte He is alov a I loyablr loyablrcbara a W WCr
cbara eharn4 character characterI Cr mnd DLI never ne chews W8 tobacco tofwcco ht htI 1fti
I I the parlor but we e do not opine the Doc DocJ Doclis Docfs
i J is rated T td as highly as the star finders of ofthe ofthe ofthe
lis the Cubs The only technically t bnicaI1J earned earnedrun e1rnt earnedrun > d di
i run of the Athletics in the first firstI firstWa8 game iraroei
i I was that of the gee weond < nd Inning Bak BakT BakTwtt ° r ropened
I opened with wtt a dcnbe ube to right Davis Da Davissaexificed vis vissacr1ficed
1 sacrificed him aloes alotto to third Danny
1 1i
i
Murphy was oa oaio tap wldta witb a aasrlbe AJ fir firto j jIe
io center that scored Baker Bakerbut DebarWe I II
I I
We e hope tile Athletics mbar rdateeouaia Cite Cabs Cabsenough
enough to make this doffs leek leekwe 1044kh 1044khbut
but we douse Jt JtThat 3t 3ti
Jteel JtI I
That i one eel run we have havetioaed mentioned Mea MeatIoII
tioaed was vest not earrtad ara > d me sJL a11 1 1g scored scoredbecause scoredbecame I
because bee of a moat uima unusual nl aecldent acell eDL Tie Tiewriter rhewriter I
writer has been i rooda g oi tin baohaU baohaUbut a asod i igood
good sod many i but neither he nor norHarry DOIHarry
Harry Harry Fry ho who has been at it even evenlonger ereDJo eveslonger
longer Jo ever saw the thing hLp happen en before be before be bef4ft ¬
fore Murphy filed to Milan ilan who made madean Iean madean
an absolutely atnlu perfect return to the theplate Uteplate theplate
plate The throw wan Jckon idea on the therw therw the1tw
1tw rw bnnnce a and ab ah11 abut > > ut o one ie foot from the theplate theplate
plate toward third tIIIe ease aase Lying L in front frontof trontoL frontof
of the plat plate was w the t bat discarded disca ded by
Murphy when he connected and started startedfor teamedfor
for first Mflan8 lOaD perfect throw hit thebat the theover thebat
bat bat and flqulrt4d up 11 the ak away awayaheaAL awayorer
over Beekwndcrrshead 0 dorrs aheaAL hetd Bak Bakbeen Baker would
ha bare been oat at least a foot had It net
been for this freak freakThus treeILftas creakThu
Thus It rfnunen down do that the Ath 111with ¬
letics with their tea hits hits four f 3Clr jmngrt jmngrttwo paoest
two t men hit 1 by pitched balte and andwild aihiteb a
wild pit pItriI h did not r really fly and truly slant slanta
a man all aJlthe the way around the basesThe bases basesThe eaTIle
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The second same went e1It only seven lai la ladonds In InnIatra
i nIatra 1n a bebut called On IICCeUIIt of clark clarkDea darknesss
Dea bred 1 loweriDc let clouds but It Itedcs
banDy showed the A dde8 edcs eke offensive offensivework offensivework e ework
work in a better J1 Ifacht 4 than the first firstsme ftrstgame
sme game me Lord opened the first tuning oat o6a
S7 t1tY wih 1 a scratch tch hit throvh thl throv b 3 Jtc c
B Bride de They never r touched him axata axataontfl asahtnntn
ontfl the fourth fo nth OMrhnr opened ti tJ
fourth fourth h > > frettinir retti tin v < a life on a rank error errorwho
by Hfc d who ho Is not much given sl n to tomakhg toma tomakit
makhg ma makit 7 sx a 1 breaks reak COlliDe ColflJ popped to to1cBride
HcBrldeThe Ic8r1de The mighty Baker grounded groundedont grousedout 7roundedott
ont to R KHIifer lolfex OWrmtc gobnC roh to second
T DaYis > vto singled m to Conroy la left and
that dilatory dUat athlete handled the ball
Bike it will w 1 never he handled baDdl te the
worlds series by Ux he Cub outfielders outft
OldrinR 0Id crossed < the tate 1 with an anearned an unearned ¬
I earned ZDEd iDc Increment L The sixth tb tbu mains mainsproduid inningU
produid u d a run ttat was wa earned In
fart but not in ins accordance ordanoewtth ondaoe with techni technical tflChnnwn technical ¬
cal reiniremems nwn meata Lord opened with a arinrle
rinrle and w was forced bv OMrinjc OIdrl Killi
fer forced Lord unassisted then theaa made madea
a wild heave bea tryfanr for a double dou play
and Oidrintr Odrt reached second Collins Collinst
doubled t Rbled to left lea and OMrmg OMr scored Even
if Killifcr llifer had laa not erred rred OldrmK would wouldhae
hav ba hae scored r for Baker followed Collins Collinswith CoIli Colliswith
with th a a1nJ single th through h Gray Only one onepart ODe1UJt onept
part and upright u up ight run f fen r the Athletics At
in that w t came Wavhingtoaii W lI one nm off
Mofsran was made cw < ff MeBrnleg X double
J Jaberfeld herfeid s out t and tTagIaobs U s rarx smcrince ce
ftya fly a tally untarnished m thought or
deed
T
ot t r forget ut oar heroes reached
both Coonohs and Morgan M D ia a manner mannerthat i ithat
that would not be fittia in a worlds we a aseries i iThe
series seriesThe
4 4The
The sum total of stolen bases made
by the Athletics was just j8 l one Davis Daviscontributed Da Dadscontrihuted
contributed rl uted that in the second > 3ocd game
leont The going lag was w slow which was some someexcuse 1IOmPex someareuse I
excuse ex areuse USe but Milan siote stole lol awfce off I LK y
IngstoTd tOt 3 and Elberfeid pilfered one off otrI offClapp
I Clapp Lapp Our runners are not supposed supposedto
to be as nod ood as the Cubs neither are areBeckendVrf areBedtendrrf
BeckendVrf aad Ainsmith Al ranked tIIDk with
King and Archer A her yet et our catchers catcherstamed catcIKr5tamd catcherstamed
tamed the Athletics without the aid of ofa ora ofa
a net net or WIlD a mustache to deceive deceiveLoni deceJyeJoni deceiveLL
LL Joni Viand and Collins tried to run wild onAlnsmith onth on onAinsmith
Ainsmith th In the second pme rame attte and were weremagged w weresnagged e elmagged
snagged so for t fn r the whole team quit quitthat quitthat it itthat
that fooltohns right there and oar oarpoor urpoor nutpoor
poor young man never had but one onemore ODeIDOIe onemore
more chance to us 1 e his arm and a d make abft ahlt a aht
ht with the fans That TIIat1qSw was when whenDavto enDavb wbauDavis
Davis stole ht the fourth He made ma4ebad abad a abad
bad throw on Davis but Johnny ToIm hung KHngto
is not addicted to t the like of that thatWe thatW thatWe
+
We W know that beranse auee we point t out outa outa outa
a few obvious deductions from the er erformance perfortnance per performance ¬
formance of the Athletics reeterday YMtenIytarre aarze a alarw
larw arze element el m of fans will say that we ware wi wiare weI
I are not feval loyalo a1 to 10 the America B League Leagueaid Leaguei
i aid want ant th the Cubs to win It would be betnp beI ber
+ tnp r P < r t sl isle > e t ro Pn < Yrtthree onh e an intelligence of ofthat ofthU ofthat
that caliber that we are merely ely trying tryhujrto
I to tx fair to our Ur readers and furnish furnisha
a little 1Itt1 fa food fon + d for thovrtt thO t in speculniing speculniingnn specunu 8 lng lngnn
I nn th tit > OUV OUffi ou + toP of the tbteries Aeries egaeclallv egaeclallvit eepe lalh lalhi tail tailif
i if they thn thf y int inten4 na nd to t < bet whea we picked pickedPHts pteke4rtttstH kred kredP4itsttw
PHts rtttstH ws io 0 beaT DetroU after suwtnc suwtncthe PfI4 s sing singthe I
the first game of the series 8Eries last yearthe year yearthe
the howl was promptly raised vet vetlf if I we eIad wesad 1 j jiad
iad sronc nn nc asrainst a tinst our convfctk convlctloAs convlctloAsfe > O6 and and4eciarc i ideciar
deciar fe larM d l Detroit toit would win these irlruex4 saraei IIIMDe
j 2x4 x4 intellects int inte > 1 iots t would ouJd have accused 2 uHd w wI at er ofdeULeratelc ert
I deULeratelc dn dflihf > > rately t ly misleading rnisedi them Its I s sstrange a astrange astrange
strange world Aint it so j
DROP DOUBLE HE BILL BILLTO BILLToPHILADELPHIA I ITO I
ToPHILADELPHIA ToPHILADELPHIAWalker TO PHILADELPHIA mUDELFltalker
Walker Wild in First FirstGray FirstGrayShould Gray GrayShould Gray Y YShould
Should Have Won WonSecond WonSecond VonSecond
Second SecondWalker SecondWlk SecondWalker
Wlk Walker was W not bt form In te teJht tiletbe thefirst
first game and the Athtottes Athtotteshim A pt ptJaI t tbust
him ia the early rty Umtesm wtentes w tikemss u uIt th thPhitodol4iia
mss It by 5 y I IP1aIIe6eIpI iPhiladelphia
Philadelphia got one ran in 1 lava ftvestmfe b btrtsJrt lavastralsbt
trtsJrt stmfe rt ianiass la the second Baker Bakergot Bakergot Bakergot
got a double otI le was sacrificed by Davis Davtaand D Davisj TIll TIllaad
and came home safe when Milans Milansthrow JiOJaa JiOJaathreow Milansthrow
throw of Murphy fiy ay hit a bat la J Jtroat 1nfront lafront
front of the plate One ran ranLord runla
1 tAe third Walker passed Coeatis CoeatisLard eo eoerG
Lord and OMriasj Collins eou eouCoo sji sjiCoombs and andCoombs
Coombs Coo Is worked the susjaesa play playssoceafnl2y putysuccesafwlty
succesafwlty y for another ra One OReMIa Duerun Onerun 1
run runThe
The fourth lamias I saw Davis Da sin sinKlins RA RAgUq singling
Klins to center gotea so gola > < to second on onHarphy onttrpIay onMurphys
Harphy ttrpIay out Ollt reaching third on a awild a awthi awild
wild heave sad scorins so isg en n Bakers Bakersbit Bakerbit Haltershit
bit Owe niL rvaCoombs niLCooaabtJ runoomopened
Coombs oomopened opened the afth with a sin stagl aIa51e sine
gl 51e Lor LoI4 wa w hit bit t and Oidrlng got getgle gota I Ia
e a salCa Magic iliac gle flillng 8IUa 111 wn g the bases With Col Colliiw CollIne i
liiw out to Baker got a sna sacrinee fOoe fly flywhich flywhi I
which whi Az scored another run One run runA ruDA runA
A base on balls ball a hit batter folSowed fol followed follow ¬
lowed low by l y two single brought ia an another aDother another ¬
other for the Athletics One ran ranin
The NatloJ Lls lone tally was made madein
in the fourth Gassier singled nc with withone withODe withono
one out Conroy walked walk and after afterKlbrf tt ttEllt1iIrteld afterRlbarfld
Ellt1iIrteld Klbrf ld had popped TJnglaab singled sin singled aIAglee ¬
gled scoring Oosbler ODe run runThe r1IILThe ramThe
The score
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1clkide I 1 4 4t I
SoerftHd S 121 t 2 t S Q QJJiII
Ua bVab Ib A ABecKendorf 1 JJiII 2 at 1 1 1C
BecKendorf C c 2 2AaismHh 0 1 1 I I IC
AaismHh e eWalker a 11 1 1 0 1 1milker
Walker milker p a aRetoltag 2 I 1 1ToW 1 1 I IeIsJMg
Retoltag eIsJMg p i 0 1 1 I i
LeUvelt It ItTotals 1 I 0 I I ITotals
Totals TotalsAthletics 0 1 t M J JAthJetJcI 1S I IAthletics
Athletics AthleticsLord AB 1t R JL JIOA Ito A I
Lord If i 1 1 1 0
wag cf d i 0 1 I e I ICoD
Collins CoD 2b b i 1 1 1 1
Baker Bk < A 4 4 1 I t 1 i I
Davtelb Davis lb 4 4Murphy 1 1 1 1 I
MUIP Murphy rf l 0 1 0 1 0 0m
Barry m as j 1 1 a J Jc i
Lapp c cCoombe 4 IT 1
Coombs a aTotals 1 1 1 3 0 0Totals
Totals T TK TKWashJagtoa S i iW > M 1 I IliaashistRtea
WashJagtoa W I I 0 1 I I 0 ai aiJ 1
Athletics i 1 1 1 1 1 0 110 110Left I ILeft
Left on besetW 8Yf 1 AtA
leika 1 lI1nt bate era Wa
ker J 4 off Coombs 4 4By IsnUaaa ataehed IIIebeI
By Walker eI I by BetaHng Reim i Times at atoff
bat by gPpoacniAgainst otAp1D8t net W Wapillllt Walker B
apillllt 1 trig 11 Bib made0tt
WaIk 0 off Relating ReI8Ii 2 Struck out
By Walker Walk Walker 1 by Retolhag 1 by
Coom Coomt a ii Threebase rats IIIhlAlDamltiJ MtnAlotmlthand Alnsmlto Alnsmltoand
and Baker Twobase hits bitClberl Clberfri Clberfriand l + s sand
and Bake = Sacrifice 1UMBaker flVw Baker ami aor anal
Murphy Sacrifice hit hItDavk Davis 8toii Ste ez
base bueElMrfekL > erteld Double r rJac Uys XcBrido IO
1 to KfllWer to TJagtoub iagtanb uoae
IedJ Mated > Coombs to Barry to Davis Hit
bjL5ckr by pitcherBy By Walker T ord > aDd
Iby Coombs by Coombs Coom KItv EIt ri ertd < r < d Wad WfidpatchWalker W d dP
P pltdWaJker eh Walker nmairoB tT I7mpiretfns Crcera as nL Cotti olli olliwe
flower we and Connolly CODD Cot ally Thus TlmeJt at same game2 2
flo hours and S minutes minutesThe mlDutesThe minutesThe
The second game was a clone seven MTeDllUIta seeveninntng
1 inning < affair The two teams had hadwrangling UdaJeDt badspent
spent eIO much ucla ue In the Ar ArwraagUag fist same samewrangling
wrangling wit with s CoIliOoTtrr CoU Coliino vrr that Con Couat eoDJaeUy ConaeHy
JaeUy was Greed to call 0 e the tJMat game gameat
at the end of the seventh ntla wtth the tees
I i score 2 to 1 IWashington 1WnbutOB 1W
W Washington + aetitlnston scored ann Hi the sec second 1IeCorHI necond ¬
ond inning < McBride led off with a
double went to second on ElberIdds Elber Elberf ElberfElds
elds f oat oat and scored when Unglxub Unglxublifted Un Unglnublifted Jub JublUted
lifted a long Joa ay to Oldring O One runIA run runla ranI
la I the fourth Oldrins Odr1 singled to toElberfeld NElberfeld toElberfeld
Elberfeld th the ball betas beta < too hot o ohandl oadk ohandle
handle adk OMriaK Oktr1 got t to second when whenwhea wbeaConi whenCollins
Coni Collins went old at first and aocJAlIea soet + d dwhoa
whoa Devi Dc singled ID 1e4 to Conroy ODe Oaerun ODerun Onerun
run runKniifer Kniifer dropped one in the siTth siTthLord slyhLord rth rthLord
Lord singled 8i3 led and Oidring OkIrI < hit one to toKilltfer toKUJlf toKtlffer
Killtfer KUJlf r who got Lord at second but butthrew butthrew butthrew
threw wild to Unjelaab U w1a Oidrlaa went wentto weatto wentto
to second d and scored 8COI on Coiling con drive driveto drlYoto driveto
to left field for two bases One run ruaDespite nuLDesptb runDespite
Despite the fact that there were weremore wereJIaOre werewore
more opportunities to score ia the thenext the1Iext thenext
next rounds Connelly called the theton thegama thegamamuch pme pmemuch
much tc the d disgust et the Washing Washington hlD hlDtOR <
ton ton contingent cont1 t who lined op headed headedby headedbr beadedby
by McBrIde and toW him what they theyrhoncrh ilMytlKm theythough
though tlKm h of f him himThe dillTIM himThe
The score
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reashincton Wa AB A JL R H iL PO A A E EMilan E EMila1 EMilan
Milan c d 1 1Kniifer 1K 7 1 1 1 l lKflifer
Kniifer K lifer 2b S SConroy I I 2 1 1Conroy 1Conroy
Conroy If 2 2Geesler I 1 1GeIIIIItr I IGensler
Geesler rf rln 2 2McBride I I 3 0 I IJtlcBnde 0McBride
McBride aa fc 3 3BIberfeld 1 1 5 1 1 1Eiberfeld
BIberfeld 3b S SUuglaub 0 1 s 1 1 1 1U1IfIaab 1Uugiaub
Uuglaub Ib 2 XAtasmtth I t tAIIIIIIIIItII 1 I IAloium1th
Atasmtth e S aGray SGray I I t 1 1Gray
Gray p pTotal S 0 1 0 4 4T I ITetan
Total T S SOldriag 1 5 I 11 11Atllcdca E EI EAt
Atllcdca At test AJL Jt x L Po P o A A E Ei E ELortI
LortI I I l l0IdrIIIg 0 1 1Oidring
Oldriag ef efCoOuis I S t 4 4CoIHD 0 9 9Coots
Coots 2b 2bBaker n 4 1 I Iaker 2 1 1Butker
Baker Sb SbDavis S 1 1 1 1Davis 2 2Davislb
Davis Davislb Ib IbXurphy 1 i 1 1 1 1iurpky I IMurphy
Murphy rf rfBarry S i 1 S 1 1Bany A ABarry
Barry as asLJvtn I 1 0 0LlvlDptDfte 1 1 0 0Uvlugetone
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slot Dorgac go p pTotals a 1 1 1 s sTota1B 1 1Totals
Totals S 3 5 II 14
Washtartoa t 11 1 I t t t1 I1Athletics t1AtitIeCIes l lAthteUcs
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letics ie X 3 First bare oa balte baJl Off jf Mor Morgaa 1iorgall Morgan
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Morgan 3 s Twobase e hKs bK1leBr itsMcBride McBride and andColWns andCoIUos andCollins
Collins Sacrifice fly 1Iy1 flytbglaub Unglaub ftglaub Sacrifice SacrificehK SacrificebItDav13 crlfie crlfiebkDaa
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Davis Double plays playcBrl McBride e to hillifer Killi Killifer KiJ1ifer
fer to fngl rnglaub t ngiaub ub Livingstone to Baker BakerHit BaktrHJt BakerHit
Hit by pitcher pitcherBy By Gray Collins Lm Lmptres LmptresI t tn tnpiresMeesrs
ptresI piresMeesrs ptres Mescrs Connolly and Colliflower ColliflowerTime CoUttiowerTIme ColliflowerTime
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IN AUTO CLASSIC CLASSICRoadway CLASSICRoadway CLASSICRoadwaY
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By HARRY WARD WARDA
A grand carnival o or aatsessabite 118 racing racinge tacIII tacIIIill ir1g1s
1s ill store for those who j arrey eat te tothe teMotor
the e Motor Pa Parkway kway just ootsid oauIdec oauIdecNew outside ofNew of ofK
K New w York York to witness the running oC oCUM C11M ofanderbilt
UM Tanderbttt anderbilt Cup race and the Grand GrandVanderbilt
PrtH Pilseea race a on UK a IIIOII of October L
eara ra onnvte vte
Tea T ea CIa haTe beeD nominated fen tile tilei the1anderbilt
i Vanderbilt and fourteen for the Grand GrandI I In
I Parise sad the eatrJe entr Iee areof are SOMe SOMee nn nnbuilt
of the e fat racing eIahte eYer
built n t hi this country or abroad All the I Ito
tamoae drivers who have added 1a tel lusterM lusterto
to former = Vanderbilt V races will 111 be seen Helly HellXyerybociT seenaction
hi actione actionEverybody action actionEverybody
Everybody who is interested in the thesaderbitt
Vanderbilt 1 y event et ent to pleased to know that
the start wH be a daybreak one Just Justprobable 1 1aa Justas
aa soon after dawn as the fog which ls lsprobable
probable lifts ttta to make driving safe th thentrants tM tMeatIm1ta theentrants
entrants WIll line up at the starting starUg lineand line lineand JtD JtDi
and i be dispatched on their way at ftf ftfteerf Mt Oftoed I
toed t or 91 twenty second intervals The
last two Vanderbilt Cup races hare bad badmtdmorntna badmtdlDOlIIIac badmidmorning
mtdmorntna starts IItartJIp which have haverespoiMible been beRIftipOIIIdbie beenresponsible
responsible for a smaller < crowd attend attending attendhi attendlog ¬
log Thousands n win start out at nU nUntght mid mIdnight
night from New York to witness the thegreat t1tegreat thegreat
great event without having had a nv nvmenfs JIkJDeDta memeaIa
menfs sleep
That faster time than ever before may
be expected in those two races to quite quitsreasonable quiter quitereasonable
reasonable r r e for the surface to better betterthan betterthaa bedthan
than it was last October due to the thetou dietourlAr thetouring
tou touson touring dome OR the Parkway this IH season
son The continued driving has worn wornthe worathe wornthe
the cement surface e qvite u e smooth and andthis lidtta sadthis
tta this should mean l liMa os tire trouble hi therace the therace 1iIexace
race than in the past pastThe paIItTM pastThe
The section of LOOK Long Itlaad If and over which whichthe whlehtIN whichthe
the Vanderbilt Cv C Cup and Grand Prise Prleeraces Priseraces PrIaeraeeIJ
races are to be run next month to al alThe aIa slready
ready aegvbbrg a pwoJeIIe atmosphere atmoepbereDe atmosphereThe
The various entrants have their repre repreWord representatives
sentatives tadTe 011 be scene JocaUac locatingcaaap locatingcaaapWord ca
Word was received reocctYecitocJay today that the 3sa 3sational aatiosai a atIoeaI
tional loan WIth a crew w of twelve men menand menad mmand
and a a hah doses cars enIo will arrive from fromIndianapolis fromIJa fromiadlaaapotl
Indianapolis IJa fp ta next Saturday and that the theMarmon 1beKarmoa the1larmoa
Marmon crew crew including Harman Daw Dawson DawIIOUo Dawson
son IIOUo and Buckr Buck will come a few days daysi tlayalater dayslater
i later ter The Bent crew Detected I Porrier Porrierkrage Pon1eie Porriers Porriersrage
rage e for its training traini quarters quart and andWashington andWashinBtOA
Washington Washington Roeblmgs < Mercer and andRoebJtagPlanche amiRoebJbqJPIaJIche andRoebiugP1amicbe
RoebJtagPlanche entries wfll be in installed mlaJJd Inaralkd ¬
stalled at the Garden City gunneIial garage garagemechanicians pr prRalph
Ralph Iial De P Palma bDa wW make a trip to the hecow theOIl
cow OIl MO Ie select a camp far ferI farthe
the Plat Learn ictor Henry wm arrive arriveIn arrIeIn
I In N New York Oft the St St LouIs 08 08telDber n ap apte
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mechanicians mechaniciansWomther JBeChIct mechaniciansWeather n nI
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Weather conditions Defog fayorabie fayorabiethe favorable favorableUte favorablethe
the twodays race meet at the Bright Brightton 1ttoll Brht
ton Beach metordosse litfcliinlug bagJsningafternoos this thisartemoon thiSaftenIooD
artemoon aftenIooD gives p promise peoHof of some bare bareBarney rare raresport rIeBantey
sport Barney CHdneM and George GeorgearWn Rob Robertson Robe ¬
ertson wffl r be the stellar attractions auraetIoIIsI attractionsbolt attracOetKboth
both this afternoon l1 and on Labor DayThey Day DayTbey DayTbeJo
They will meet in both the tenmile tenmileand teIIinIIeaDd tenchileand
and hour races Interest day today centers centersaround ceBtenaro1lll4 centersaround
around the onemne GDelD8e time trials trlaIathe fc against againstthe atest atestThe
the Brighton Beach track record of z za 5221 5221armloads
armloads a the onewile eae e tart ids cir circular drCulaf
cular track reeord oC it 49 seconds aecGIMIaThe secondsTb
The Tb campaign i for sew members l5flangurated in inWashington iD iDauprat
auprat by the A1UOIDObIIe Cl8b IuD ofWashington of ofW
W Washington is on in earn earnest Clawie ClawieMiller CIau1ejI1r u hde hdeMiller
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Miller l cbainaan of the inembership inembershipcMomktee meaaber8hipI ip ipcommittee
committee ad dCb dCbv Charles W WATe Bender Benderhave
ATe v been gppo appointed rated cantatas f tf two twoopposing twOIIides two
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opposing sides that are bustling bustlingnew or or1IeW r rBew
new nxrgbers bers The side thine to toI InI
I the most new members durtag dsunnier the them theJKxt
next month will be given ea a lIIIIOker by bythe
I tile JoHn losersT
T C Johnston manager oC the Wash Washu iasbhraDdt
u tea branch of tile Bmck Company eopanyha5 Companyhas
has been adybed that m tL model 17 Bu But BaJek Bmiick
Jek has been III coestaat a nt t use by the th thBclt of ofeot oDdaIs
DdaIs Bclt > s oC he p f oftllcial eot t tPa nf nfsince
Pttttg pangashiaa Pa Philippine Philippinetransport I hN hNipplneiled ipplnen since sinceI
last I MAY and has berG h O caJ1ed a atu iled upon a > to totraJI8POIt
transport all l kinds kindscif of material tu from fromooepert fromODe frontone
th the tJMlhe nthex nthexfront thet thetThe
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The T he car tr has stood Nl up well
t tbZflemandt TtbZflemandt made upon it It ad this h hrentltM hr hrresulted
I resulted Ja the Go Goena1 Govefor t tp tpeveral
I everal ena1 shnflir stmB u t tijfantUs cans for duty y ymodel bet1 eII eIIaniUa
ijfantUs aniUa and Dagul Dagnpaa A Acuto ABuick model It ItB1iIck
Buick was tile ftU f rst a1lt0lll0 aatOtoobS to more morethe e ethe
the e trip fro a Manna to togala BIl BIlJ11t
gala without mishap mishapbarbas mtohapto
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barbas S left today T Ja a Studebakees StII eker
ker teorinsc oar to a w weaked trip tripto tripto
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to toandoah GetigsMrrg < tJSbWT
andoah Valley ValleyDavid VaI1eyDvtd valleyDavid
David S Hendrlck and Theodore TheodoreBorne TbeoodoreJr TheodoreBarnes
Borne Jr have dissolved partnerchip partnerchipMr par1IIenhipMr
Mr str Barnes will continue D1Jf to ha handle a the thePanman thePu thePutlaan
Panman Pu while Mr Hendricfc has taken takenthe takenthe takenthe
the agency a for the th T1uu TtowasasFlyer TtowasasFlyerHe Tboa as Flyer FlyerHe > r rBe
He expects to receive his Ja d demon8trat demon8tratl demonatratlog o onstrat onstratto
to l log ciTabout ear abottt the middle mi dle of September SeptemberTne SeptlDbeTThe SeptemberThe
The Tnoroas car that won the Nee > ew ewYork ewT
York T orJt to Paris race was one of offetuea the thepress theof
fetuea of the Munsey X J Tour TourIt Tour e
It se > ted as a press pr prosthe ear and despite despiteIfiftv despitethe ihite ihitereel
the fact that It has traveled JIIOr a than thantffl reel
150199 tffl MIles it I stile capAble or rftte ree reeole
lag ole tulle after mile nYs11ttr at the rate of ofafty
Ififtv afty miles mII an hour hourW hourT hourJ
T W Barnes has piaegd Mcqi an order orderwith orderwith orderwith
with the Studebaker S er branch for a aStudobaker aSl a9tadebaker
Studobaker Sl er towrhif car cartrade erAg arAmog
Ag trade vtettors ht the city yea yeaterdas Yi YitenIY yesterday
terdas were K 1 V Stratum and G W WHI W W WHWrof
Bill HWrof HI of the PhihMleiphto ranch branchthe of orStudebAker
S the StudebAker Autoeseoite A COmpany Oompsnvand COmpanyaDC1 Companyad
and P H it H Hill I of tb the SteWart and andmers andCJadt andClark
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mars car for Asbwry Park arriving arrivingthere arrt arrivingthere ing ingthece
there last last eveningThe evening eveningThe Ve iog iogTh6
The latest purchaser of an SMP SMPtoerins EMFtou BM F Ftouring
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