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THE WASHINGTON TfillES, FRIDAY, JULY 26,' IMS.
Nationals at Cleveland SB hick Altrock Reports aefet Coach n to help bch ' - t r - j - . IV i ' n 1 J I VI NiCK ALTROCK IS TO Nationals 'Arrive in Cleve ' l land Somewhat Late and .All Hungry. ; ' 'By "SENATOR." . , CLEYfttfND, Ohio. July .fas-pick Altrock, tiie other half of tho Schaefer AltrocicccnKjtlKrtluo, was on hand here ioAoy ivhdn the Nationals- arrived at their Jiolel. Ho explained to Tom Hughes that ho had come ,to Cleveland from Kaunas City by way Kamchatka and tho ftoh'ring sea, but that he has alept-well on his Journey, and would . be right on the Job tomorrow in tho doubleheuder with the Naplanders. "It Becmc goodto be back in the big how," said Altrpck to the writer this morning, "even If 'one is coming back to be n comlo actor on tho coaching llnes. I'll be glad when ;I show up in "Washington, too, for I always llkc,d that town. 1 used to pitch there, you know, aftr leaving the White 8ox. Yen, Washington and Washington fans look good to me." Tho Climbers wero a. bit late on ai riving here this morning, and were hun gry as no many bcar3, all except Carl Cashion whose meals are rcstrloted these dajs to what may bo absorbed through a straw. As soon an they reached their hotel they madca flying rush tot the, dining roonvtmu began to put away huge steaks. Jitter break fast some of the boys who had been unable to sleep on tho train retired to their roorna for a nap before luncheon. Others took walks, though tho weather was threatening and cold, much differ ent from what has been experienced lri Washington during tho last few wooka. Overcoats are a necessity hero, not a luxury, Ryan Is Scouting., Jack Ryan, the Nationals' veteran coach and scout, is not with the Climbers on th61r ramble through the West. Ho remained at home yesterday and today, and will bo in Richmond to take a look at tho work of young Ayers, the crack right-hander with the Richmond Colts, of tho Virginia League. Ayers has been highly touted to Man ager Griffith, and he may obtain him for the Nationals. However, he de clines to bUy any young players until they have been seen In action, and on this account Ryan will be in Richmond today with orders to warm up Ayers. After seeing Ayers, Ryan Is destined to take a trip Into tho far Southland on the hunt for nltcheis. Mike Kahoo has been dispatched on a Jaunt into tho middle West, and Ryan will take up Kanoe's old tprrllory in Dixieland. Tomorrow's double-header is sched uled to start at 1:30 o'clock. Althoutcl AlHiniitrh AiuivuHit he is not yet decided which, of his pitchers to use against the Forest City tribe, Manager Griffith is inclined to send Carl Cashion and Barney Pelty after the honors, "I can't decide tho pitcher until tomorrow morning," said Grif fith to the Writer this morning. "How over, Pelty has always been good against this club, and Cashion Is good enough now to take his regular turn In the b6x. It looks right now as If this would be the dope for tomorrow." Monday tho hoys are planning. 10 go to the Krand circuit races at North Ran dall. However, If rain Interferes tomor row or Sunday tho Nationals will prob ably have to play ball here Monday In stead of taking In tho harness horses. Prosant plans call for tho jaunt to De troit by boat Monday night. Practice Tuesday. Tuesday morning tho team will prac tice In Detroit at the Tigers' new park. Manager Griffith wants the lads to keep in shape and does not like vacations of more than a day or so. He wants to get a flying start on this trip through tho West and counts on grabbing thrco games here and possibly three in Jungle Land. Notice was received this morning that Roy Moran, tho hard-hitting fielder of the Chattanooga team, of tho Southern League, had been bought and would Join the team In the fall. Manager Grif fith Is by no means content to rest on his oars, and will do everything In his power to get men to strengthen tho team. Moran and Allen, the Ohio nnd Pennsylvania Leaguer, aro to be turned oer for trials at the close of the season. The personal friends of "Gabby" Stieet wero sorry to loam that the former National had been sent back to thn mlfinrn' Htrppt llHH hepn sold OUt- ilght to the Providence club. Lack of condition at the start of the season has been Street's misfortune, and when Sweeney was brought Into the fold "Gabby" was used infrequently. Climbers Divide Double Bill With Jennings' Tigers By "SENATOR." It was a day filled with toll and strife. After more than four hours of battling, the Tigers and Climbers shared tho honors. The Jungaloers grabbed the first game, 5 to 4, but the second one went to Walter Johnson, 7 to 6. mat second battle was bitterly fought nnd Schaefer and Griffith were banished 1 nm the poaching lines, while Eddie Mnsmlth was put out of the game In the seventh Inning while at bat. Al Williams replaced him amid Jeers and hlea for Umpire JKvnns. Tom Hughes got away well nough In the tlrut Inning, although Cobb singled. ON HAND GBEET K BRIFFITH'S PLAYERS MESSENGER BOY I Witt x ver It for 10c HE SORB , BROADWAY MESSENGER SERVICE I. 1318 G Street N. W. I. 'M , i .- !.. . "" -! i.. iw.,1.. ... i mnii iii .ii ..---- . m : i - 1 r-j . ;f : 1 ' j 5- i 1 Griffmen Lose Good Chance to Light in Better Position in Pennant Fight ' " " " . ' '" i" 1 1 1 1 I, i i . 1 1 1. i i r I IKfi I7 i- - y i i . av XST itPlH' i AiMSSa8S?'' v l . i Arsfci--k. s jw m m'mtm wwii i" si Hi' a i jmm.rr. . ""t?- rr ctohnson --tiger.' tamer!'- " z .u , V,-! I luMP -tMlnK Suit MWtt se tm I 1 .. . ' I ' ' ' . ' 'J " but was cut off at second stealing on Atnsmlth's perfect throw. After Danny Moeller had walked and advanced on Foster's Infield out, Dubuc threw wild to Bush and Moeller took third. Mori nrtv could not cot Milan's crounder to the plate fast enough to get Moeller,' who counted with tho lirst tally, on Dubuc's heave past Morlarty Milan pulled up at third and counted when Gandll's sacrifice fly was poorly re turned by Crawford. In the third Tom Hughe3 got Into hot water. Dubuo took a mighty swing and planted the ball up against the Jury box for a double, and Hughes bobblcd Don ovan's grounder, allowing the veteran a safe Journey to first. Bush drove one Iover second and the ball went through Milan's l-sza. both Dubuc and Donovan counting. Jim Vaughn took up tho run- nlnn.iit4lila iiln nnd .ViMm. ..t.n t.A had in the way of wild heaves. Cobb, tho first batter to meet Vaughn, cracked one to center, which Milan again allowed to get mixed up with his legs, Bush counting and Cobb breezing Into second. He took third when Vaughn uncorked a wild one and scored on Crawford's hit. After this Vaughn settled down and pitched the best sort of ball, allowing but one hit during the remaining Innings. The Climbers scored one in the next inning. Milan walked and In stealing -econd went to third when Bush missed Stanage'B perfect throw. After Gan dll had fanned Milan beat out Craw ford's throw to tho plate on Morgan's sacrifice fly. Two hits contrived to get another run In tho fourth. Neither team scored during tho re mainder of the game. Vaughn tightened up and retired the side In order, except In the sixth, when Morlarty got a base on balls. The figures in the first game follow: WASHINGTON. DETIIOIT. AB1IOA B Donovan. rf 3 0 0 0 0 AB H O A E Moeller.lr.. 3 2 3 10 Foater.Sb... S 0 0 Buth.si 4 113 1 Cobb.cf 4 2 2 0 0 Milan. cf.... 4 0 1 Oandll.lb.. 3 Morcan.Jb. 2 Alnimlth.o 4 McBrlde.ti. 4 Hhanklr.ir... 4 Hughes.D... l Vaushn.D.. 3 0 0 Crawford. If 4 13 0 0 2 0 Deal.Sb 2 0 12 0 Moriartv.lb 3 0 9 0 0 Louden. :b.. 4 13 10 1 0 4 0 0 0 SlanaEP.C. 4 17 3 1 0 1 Dubuc.D.... lll'll Totttli... 31 27 U 1 3 0 Total.. . 33 7 27 It 2 Washington ..2 0 1 Detroit 0 1 I 10 0 0 0 0 t 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 Run Moeller (W. Milan (2). Donovan. Btnh. Cobb. Deal. Dubuc. LWt on baaea Deal. Dubuc. Washington; 8; Detroit. 8. Klrtt base on balls Off Hughes, 1; off Vaughn, 1. Innlnns pitched By Huehes, 2, and none out In the tmra: by Vaughn, 7. Times at bat by oppo- nents Asatnst Hughes, 9; against vai lujhn. 22. Hlta Off HuRhes. 4: off Vaughn. 3. Struck out By Hughca, 2. by Vaughn, 4. Tuo-bsse hits Shanks. Dubuc. Cobb. Sac rifice files Gandll, Morgan. Sacrifice hit Dtal Wild pitches Vaughn. 2. Umplres Mcssrr. Wsterell and Eam. Time of game 2 hours. The scpilng In the second game star- Dr. SHADE SPECIALIST 728 Thirteenth Street Over 30 Years' Practice Treating Stomach and Nervous Diseases. Indigestion. Loss of Appetite, Con ettpotton. Dizziness, Bad Taste, Full ness after .Eating, Wakefulness, Lass of Fiesn -weari iTouDie. raipitatlon, Kidney nnd 'Bladder Trouble, Stricture. Sallow Complejclon, Pimple's, Blood and T Skin Diseases; Loss of Vitality, anU. Bpccls.1 and Private Ailments of Both Sexes cured promptly Consultation free, medicines furnished, charges low. Hours, 9 to 1, until Sep tember 1st. Sundays, 10 to 1L HANG ME UP BY YOUR PHONE Why Carry That Package or Letter? CALL Main 4086 FOR A or 15c. We Are Reliable 1 YOU GET ..THE Opeif SdRdays sssisawii i a a ss ed off 'with a rush In the opening in ning. Donovan was out and Johnson gave Bush four wide ones. Cobb grounded out, while Bush took second, and counted a moment later on Craw ford's single to right. Tho Climbers got right Into the fray at the start. Moeller walked, but was caught off first, roster drew four, and Milan was safe when Morlarty fail to hand'c Bush's throw. Foster pulled up at third, and Milan went on to sec ond. Gar.dll, got his first hit of the ai trrnoon 0 slnelo over second which Cobb heaved wild in trjlng to get Milan at the plute. Gondii took thsrd on tho throw-in. Morgan walked, and Ala smith forced "Chick" at the plate. Mul lln threw. out McBrlile. Tho Tigers got a run In the third. Donovan drow a pass, and when Bush swing dropped in ront of tho plate Aln smlth throw wild to second tfi catch Donovan, who went onlo third. Morgan threw out Cobb while Donovan scored. In the next round with Moi tarty down, Louderr singled. Morgan made a great try after Kocher's grounder, but failed to stop It. Louden taking third, and scoring when Alnsmllh mhsed ono of Walters low ones. In the fifth tho Climbers got busy for two mnm runs. Moeller got to flmt wnen juonariy railed to handle Koch ers throw of a bunt. Foster was out at first. Deal mlscued on Milan's. Krounucr. anu a momont later Gandll ripped off a triple which Bill Donovan failed o get hold of. Substituted for Mullin. Ralph Works took up tho running for .niuiiin, wno una nis root spiKta in cov ering flrsi In tho sixth. Johnson got to llrst after striking at a bad bail which Kocher missed as tho thirl strike. Moeller lined out to Cobb, and Foster forced Johnson at second. Edd.o moie secona ana counted when Milan singled to left. Milan then stole thlid, nnd counted when Deal failed to stop Kocher'b throw to head him off. 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When' com pleted this will be the largest and best equipped sporting goods stbre in Washington. This store will carry a complete line, of sporting goods of every description at the lowest possible prices. ' ; Every facility for a- sporting rendezvous is found, at the National Sporting Goods Company. You will find here experts' on sporting goods who will give you the benefit of their experience in-selecting what you . want. Baseball faen, fishermen, runners,' wfestleivand Dther athlete j will find a complele line of best quality sporting goods here at popular prices. Cobb, and Crawford singled In succcd don. Deal was yanked out to lot Davy Jones bat for him, and the combina tion which worked so successfully Tues day failed for Jones whiffed. Gandil failed to reach out far enough for Mc Bride's wild heave, and Buch and Cobb counted. With Crawford on third Mor larty started for second. MoBrldo and Gandll started to run him down, and Crawford venturing too far off third was thrown out by Gandll. Koch er crashed to center, but Milan's per fect throw to the plate got Morlarty. To make sure that tho grime was on ice, Johnson scored MoBrlde with a single after the Climbers' captain had cone all the way to third on Deal's wild throw to first. Tho rcuult of the .last win on the home grounds follows: WASHINGTON, DETROIT. ABHOAE Don'n.rf.lb 4 0 5 0 0 Bush.ss 3 113 0 ABHO AC MoeUer.rf.. 4 110 0 Fotter.tb... 2 0 0 Milan cr.. Oandll.lb .. Momn.2b. Alnsmllh. c Wllllams.c. McBrlde.ss filianks.ir.. Johnson. O.. 2 0 0 in 2 4 0 B10 2 0 0 Cobb,cf..... 4 2 2 0 1 cra.wrord.If 3 2 0 0 0 Deal.lb. ... t 0 0 S 2 Jones.rf.... 10 0 0 0 Mo'tv.lb.Sb 4 0 8 11 Louden.2b., 4 2 14 0 Kocher.c... 4 17 3 1 Mullln.n.... 3 0 0 4 0 Works, p. .. 2 0 0 0 0 14 1 0 0 3 3 0 Total.. . 32 7'27 1J 2 Totals... 34 S24K a 0 0 0 2 0 2 1 x-7 01100030-S Waahlncton 2 Detroit t Runs Moeller. Foster (2). Milan (I), Mo Brlde, Donosani Bush. Cobb. Morlarty. Lou den. Left on bases Washlncton, T: Detroit. 4 First base on balls Off Mullin, t: off Works, 1. Inning pitched By Mullin, 6: by Works. 3. Times at bat by opponent Arajnst Mullin. It', against Works, it. Hits Off Mullin, 2; off Works. 4. Struck out By Mullin. 2: by Works, 3. Three-base hit Oandll. Double play Deal to Btanag to Mullin to Btanass to Deal. Wild pitches Johnson, Works. Umpires Messrs. Evans and Westenelt. Time or same 1 hour and 33 minutes. GOODS COMPANY BIG LEAGUE GAMES. AMERICAN LEAGUE. At American Leairue Park n. H v.. Chicago ........ 0.0 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 26 14 0 New York ....10003000004 10 2 Batteries Benz, Walsh, arid Sullivan; Caldwell, Warhop. and Sweeney. Um pires Egan and Sheridan. At Bostoh n. H. E. Cleveland 0 10000000 1 7 0 Boston 00 00 0 00 000 4 1 Batteries Gregg and O'Nell; Collins, Bedlent, and Carrlgan. Umpires Con nolly and Hart. , , At Philadelphia: First game It. H. E. 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Soccer f.oot- ball will be a popular sport here early In September, now that tho local team Is a member of tho Allied Association, ( comprising about fifty teams in and' about Philadelphia. A meeting of tho local association was held here today when the following officers were elect ed: President, James Judd; vice presi dent, George C. Eckenroth; secretary and treasurer, II. E. Miller; asslstnnt, Henry P. Brown. Brown and Egan. O'Brien. Beginning tomorrow, all remaining Newark low-cut shoes of spring and summer will go on sale at ONE PRICE $1.95 the pair. It is the policy of tjiis house not any goods to the season pretext, and our method of remedying each season s residue is to sacrifice PRICE and NOT Dolicy. sThat is why. beirinniner to- morrow,)y:ou are to have your free and unrestricted choice of all Newark low- 4cuts at si.ub ine pair, ui an ....'.. T . . projected in in is city each season, ( none appeal so forcibly to the purse as this twice-yearly clearance sale of the Newaik shoe at Every pair worth double. . 8000 pairs involved. v.Every .'befitted. Two Newark Shoe Stores in Washington 913 Pennsylvania Ave. N. W. netneen Alnth and Tenth. 1112-1114 Seventh St. N.W. Iear L Street. Baseball Standings AMERICAN LEAGU& fiUnding of the Clubs. -Todnv Von. Jwusl. i-ou win. ijose. Boston ,, i 63 .6S5 .60Q .578 .628 .481 ,481 .318 ,235 ' .688 .618 -ESI .B'3 .489 .489 -.329 .303 .67? .603 WABH'TOS.. TA Philadelphia .. 6j Chicago ' Detroit 45 29 ii 48 43 C8 62 .570 .122 .479 .479 .314 .293 uieveiand 45 NowTork..... 2T St.'LouIs. ,.,.,. 26 ts Games Today.. No games scheduled, resterdayt ReitflU. ' Detroit, 6; Washington, 4. st Washington, V, Detroit, 5. Philadelphia. 3: Bt, Louts, 2. St.tlouls, 41 Philadelphia, 3. Chicago, 6: New York. 4. ' Cleveland, l; Boston, t ' . NATIONAL LEAGUK, fiUnding at the Clabs. Tortsv "Won. Lost. Pet Win. Lose. New York .... G5 21 .756 (759 747 Chicago w Pittsburgh ... B0 Philadelphia .. 41 33 34 41 45 52 67 64 .616 .695 .BOO .491 .429 S60 .261 .621 .GOO .506 ,MX .435 .367 .273 .603 .588 .491 ASi .424 6 .261 Cincinnati .... 44 St Louis 39 Brooklyn .32 uoston Z3 Garnet Today. Chicago at New'Tork. , Cincinnati at Brooklyn. Pittsburg at Philadelphia. St. Louis at Boston. i Yesterday's Rescltj. Pittsburgh, 8; Brooklyn, 7. 111 1 1. 1 Kirby, With Good Record, 'Is'Sojd to the Giants DETItOIT. Mich., July 28. Larue Kirby .pitched ?am6'of ball tor Travorsa City today" and 'won It. after which Hamilton, the 'manager, an nounced that the star of tho league had been sold to tho Now Yorjc Giants for J2,GG0 and would report thero at once. Out of eighteen' games pitched this season Kirby has won sixteen. Thompson, tho scout, has' had an eye on Kirby for a few days, and Tuesday, after seeing the pitcher warm up, wired McCraw to close the deal. 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