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NATIONALS
BY TWO_ P/dNS.
All Stars, of Newark, Suffer De
feat at Reformatory Diamond,
by Sc'jre of 4 to 2.
The Nat tonals of this city, defeated
the All itars, of Newark, yesterday
afterno'jj, ou tile reformatory
groun js by a score of 4 to 2.
' to the sixth inning it looked as
tho,agh neither team would score. In
*' ia». Inning the local team scored the
i/Tst run of the game. In the sev
unlh, the All Stars scored, tieing the
score. In the eighth inning two lo
«cal men were on base with Mallay at
the bat. Mallay knocked a swift
grounder which was stopped by
Third Baseman Lambertspn, who
made a wild throw to the home plate.
The ball passed under a nearby build
ing and the three National runners
scored. In the ninth inning the visit
ing team scored but one run, so the
J/>cals did not bat.
The game was watched by a large
if.rowd and the weather was favorable.
A feature of the game was the work
■of Mallay, who did some excellent
batting and played first base to per
fection.
The score in detail was as follows:
Nationals.
A.B. H. H P.O. A. E.
Mallay, lb 4 1 3 G 0 0
Rodda, if 3 0 1 2 0 0
Cunningham, ss. 4 0 0 2 2 0
Deter, 3b 4 1 1 2 1 1
Mullen, 2b 3 0 0 3 1 o|
"Waters, rf 4 1 0 0 0 01
Potter, c 4 0 111 2 1 '
Oberley, cf 4 1 1 1 0 0 j
Hale, ρ 4 0 0 0 12 1
34 4 7 27 18
All Stars.
A.P. R. Η P.O. A. E.
Faix, ss 4 0 1 0 3 0
Ouerin, If 3 0 0 0 0 0
Lambertson, 3b. .3 0 0 1 0 0
Manuel, 2b 4 2 2 1 3 1
Silkey, rf 3 0 1 0 0 0
Weissert, cf 4 0 1 0 0 0
Abel, c 4 0 0 10 0 0
Stoutenberg, lb. 3 0 0 12 0 0
Foley, ρ 4 0 0 0 1(>
32 2 5 24 22
The score by innings: .
Nationals ..0 0 0 0 0 1 0 3 x—4 I
All Stars ...00000010 1—2!
Two base hits, Manuel, Potter;
stolen bases, Cunningham 2, Mullen,
Waters, Guerin, Manuel, Silkey,
Weissert. liases on balls, off Hale 3,.
off Foley, 2; sUuck out, by Hale 11, |
bv Foley 10. Time of game, 1 hour
and 50 niin. Umpire, Michael Dunn.
GLAUBERS WIN IN 1 1TH.
The Glaubers defeated the Keasbey
Field Club yesterday afternoon in an
eleven-Inning game by a score of 4
to 3, on the C. Pardee diamond. Both
teams played a good game, which
was watched by a good sized crowd.
Tlie Glaubers lined up as follows:
Peterson, c; Barney, p; Jacklitz, lb
Liingan 2b; Pfister, ss; Benarsky,
If; Allgier, 3b; Samsell ρ and cf,
Adams, rf. They would like to hear
from teams averaging eighteen years
of age. Address J. Pfister, 119 Broad
street.
ACME A. C. BEAT LENOX.
The Acme A. ('. defeated the Lenox
A. C., whining their first game by a
score of 13 to S. The score by in
nings:
Lenox ....00010016 0— 8
Acme 0183 1 000 0—13
Batteries—Lenox, W. Bowers, p;
A. Burbank, c; Acme, c; Everson,
ρ; I. Greisen, c.
EASTERN LEAGUE.
W. L. P.C.
Baltimore 12 fi .667
Jersey City 12 7 .632
Toronto 10 6 .625
Buffalo 8 8 .500
Rochester 8 9 .471
Newark 7 10 .412
Montreal 7 10 .412
Providence 5 13 .278
Gaines Today.
Baltimore at Toronto.
Newark at Rochester.
Jersey City at Buffalo.
Providence at Montreal.
NEWARK IÎKAT I'lTTHHirRG.
NEWARK, May 20:—Pittsburg,
with the regular team in the field,
Hans Wagner, et al., was humbled by
the Newark eastern Leaguers at
Wiedenmayer's Park yesterday after
noon, the locals carrying off the blue
ribbon, 5 to 3.
PEERLESS BEAT MONITORS.
The Peerless Β. B. C. defeated the
Monitors by a score of 9 to 2 yester
day afternoon on the A. S. & R. dia
mond.
LUCKY I3TH.
FOR RARITANS
Locals Won by a Great Batting
Rally at Keyport, Scoring Three
Runs-Golden in Form.
In η smashing batting rally In the
thirteenth Inning the Raritans won
their game at Keyport Saturday af
ternoon from the Century A. C.,when
three clean hits netted three runs.
The Keyporters were unable to tally
in their half of the thirteenth and
the score at the end was 11 to 8.
With the score 7 to 4 in favor of
the Rarltans, the Centurys scored
thrice in the ninth inning. In the
tenth both sides were blanked. In
the eleventh the Raritans got a run
over the pan, but so did the home,
team. Neither team scored in the
twelfth and tne Keyport team wanted
to call the game, but the Raritans in
sisted on playing another inning, yn
lucky thirteenth, for the Keyports!
The battery work of Ed. Golden on
the slab and Robedee receiving wae a
feature of the game, the Centurys
having in the roster four men who
formerly played with the famous Key
port team which imported Christy
Matthewson to defeat Matawan. The
Keyport boys, in Saturday's game,
used two batteries, Wailing pitching
six innings and Schultz, sown. The
batting order:
Raritans.
Mc Hose, ss; Peterson, If; Seîiman,
lb, Robedee, c; Hornby, 2b;
Buckley, 3b; Olsen, cf; Qok&en, p;
Barter, rf.
Century A. C.
Daigherty, 2b; Mount, 3ib; Kruser,
cf; Costa, ss; Collins, lb; Hopia, c;
Morris, c; Walling, p; ISchultz, c;
Post, if; Armstrong, rf.
The score by innings:
Raritans 0 0 0 2 2 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 3—11
Centurys 220000003 0 10 0— 8
Umpires, Messrs Hyer and Ernst.
Time of game, 2 hrs, 30 min.
Next Saturday'» Game.
The Raritans may play the Plain
field Y. M. C. A. here next Saturday.
HIGH SCHOOL
WON IN 12TH.
The local high school "baseball team [
went to Railway Saturfclay afternoon |
and put up a strong gajue against the
Rahway high school team. Despite j
the fact that the u^nplre seemed 1
against them, the locals held them
down to 11 to 11 at ttle end of the !
ninth inning. In then twelfth inning
the Railways scored «' run, making
the score 12 to 11 at. .the end of the
game.
The local team lined 'up as follows:
Toolin, c; Kile, p; Slcibodlen, lb; St.
John, 2b; Shultz, ss; Maher, 3b;
Crowell, If; Nable, ctf; Anderson, rf.
Several tianies Owning.
Tomorrow afternooil the local high
school team expects to play a team
composed of the faculîty of the high
school and a few principalis from oth
îr schools in the city. Wednesday af
ernoon they expect t ο go to Lake
vood to play the L akewood high
ichool team and Satrtrday afternoon
hey go to Bloomfield < *> play the high
ichool team there. Τι io»day, May 28,
hey will go to Bayoi me to play the
ligh school team the.rf.
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PURITANS Wim, 6TO I.
The Puritans defen Jjed. the Howell
Lssoclntlon yesterday "morning by a
core of 6 to 1 at tliéa Amusement
'ark grounds.
The teams lined up c.8 follows:
Pui'itau: *.
Quinlan, p; Nolting,, c; Deegan, lb;
iboth, 2b; Maehinski , ss; Reldy, 3b;
lurskl, If; Anderson. Sullivan rf.
Howellf k.
Thomas, p; Morris fey, c; Schantz,
b; Kelly, 2b; O'Ha ra, ss; Houser,
b; Solt, If; Sweet, c % McKenna, rf.
Next Sunday the Pi'l ritans will play
South Amboy team.
VIARIONS BEAVEN IN 9TH.
The Marions were defeated in a
ell-played game J testerday after
oon on the' Reforr fcatory grounds,
hen they played against the Lee
own nine, of Ral ^vay. At the lie
inning of the nint h inning the score
ood 2 to 1 in favi jr ο f the Marions,
t the end of that' inning the Rah
ay players had th iree ι more runs,
laking the score i-l in their fa
or. Three men intnitfed during the
ame.
BROTHERHO' !)ΐΓίνθΝ OUT.
The South Bap itist Brotherhood
aseball team defe ated, the St. Paul's
eague at TotterλτΜθ. Saturday af
;rnoon on the ι £tk.. diamond, by a
:ore of 7 to 5. Mason and Dimin
:k composed the battery for the
outh Baptist Brc >f 1 îerhood team, and
isher and Miller-| for the St. Paul's
eague.
ST. ALOYS I Di i BOYS WIN.
The St. Aloyei u s team, of South
mboy, defeated t he Kiiratos in this
ty by a scocre at f 12 to 2 Saturday I
fternoon. The .1 latteries were: St. I
loystus, Connel!^, and Hussey; Ktl- .
itos, Apylegate, _ Seel and Peck. I- :WkT
PERTH AMBOVS
! UP ACÏN' IT.
Two of Local Team Injured at
Amusement Park, and Jersey
Giants Won, 9 to 4.
The Perth Amboys were defeated
I yesterday afternoon at Amusement
Park by the Jersey Colored Giants by
« score of 9 to 4. Both teams put up
a good game considering the high
winds and the injuring of two of the
local players.
Early in the game Marl in was in
jured and McGoldrick, who acted as
substitute in his place, sustained an
injured hand from the first ball
thrown to him. Frank Ross was then
called on to take the place of Linde
berg on third base and he then played
first base. The game was witnessed
by a good sized crowd.
The score:
Perth Amboys.
A.13. R. H. P.O. A. E.
Grimley, 2b & p. 4 ] 3 3 2 1
Lindberg, 3b, lb 3 1 0 X 1 0
M. Fitzpatr'k, If. .5 0 0 1 0 υ
J. Kelly, ss & 2b. 5 1 1 2 3 4
Martin, lb 4 0 1 5 0 2
Cleary, c 4 1 2 8 0 3
W. Fitzpatr'k, rf. 4 0 1 0 0 ()
V. Costello, cf. . . 4 0 0 3 0 0
F. Costello 2 0 0 1 0 0
Dolan, ss 2 0 0 3 2 1
Total 37 4 8 27 S 11
Jersey Giant*.
A.B. R. H. P.O. A. E.
Moorman, c 6 1 015 0 0
Hays, ss 6 1 1 0 2 0
Washington, 2b. .61 2142
Anthony, 3b. ... 5 0 0 0 1 1
Ransley, If 5 3 2 0 0 0
McCoy, If 4 0 0 10 0 0
Boland, cf 3 1 0 0 0 0
Valentine, rf. . . . 5 1 2 0 0 0
Green, ρ 4 1 1 1 3 0
Total 44 9 8 27 10 3
1 , inii I
' Earned runs, Perth Ambov, 4; Jer
sey Giants, 1. Two base hits, W
Flti pa trick. Sacrifice hits, Lindeberg
Hays, Washington, Anthony. DoubU
play, Martin, unassisted. Stolen
liases, Griniley, Cleary. Left on base
Perth Amboy, 6; Jersey Giants, S.
Bases on balls, oft Costello, 4; off
Griniley, 1; off Green, 3. Hit by
pitched ball, McCoy, Valentine. Hits,
off Costello, in four innings, 2; off
Griniley, in five Innings, 6; ofT Green
in nine innings, 8. Time of game, 2
hrs. Umpire, Mr. Matton. Scorer,
Mr. Bergen.
LOST BYA RUN
AT LAKEWOOD.
The Nationals, of I hie city, went to
Lakewood Saturday afternoon and
were defeated by a score of 1 to 0.
The local players claim that the score
should have been U to 0, as they aver
that the run the Lakewoods received
was upon a bad decision of the um
pire. Mullen pitched for the Na
tionals and allowed but four hits,
the Nationals made a creditable show
ing as the Lakewood team has played
against the Newark Eastern League
and the Cuban X-Giants and teams of
that class.
FIRST FOR MOXTCLAilt HIGH.
Schoolboys Compete nt Pingry Meet
in Klixabeth.
In the field and tarek games held
by the Pingry school at Elizabeth Sat
urday the Montclair high school ath
letes captured first place with twen
ty-five points. The Centenary Colle
giate Institute, of Hackettstown, was
second, with eighteen points, and the
Newark high school third with sev
enteen points.
The DeWitt Clinton high school,
the East Orange high school, the
Westfleld high school, the Carteret
academy, the Orange high school, the
Horace Mann school, the Morristown
high school, the Rutherford high
school and the Hackensack high
school followed in order.
RIVERSIDES WON TWO,
The Riversides bested the Land
Company team by a score of 5 to 1
and the Unions, of Dublin, by a score
of 9 to 4 Saturday,
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GABLE GO. NINE
WIN ON ISLAND
The Standard Underground Cable
Company's baseball team went to
Tottenvllle Saturday afternoon and
defeated the Tottenvllle A. C. by a
score of 10 to 8. The game was
played on the Atlantic Terra Cotta.
diamond and was seen by a large
crowd.
The teams lined up as follows:
Cable Works.
Oleson, p; Mlnkler, rf; Waters, 2b;
Mallay, lb; Holland, 3b; Dalton, ss;
Brodhead, If; Morrissey, c; Apple
gate, cf.
Tottenvllle A. C.
Erronsen, 2b; Vaughn, cf; Shar
rott, ρ and rf; Paugh, c; Flynn, lb;
Larkins, 3b; Al. Palmer, ss; Gibbs,
If; Arthur Palmer, ρ and rf.
YOUNG STARS WIN.
The Young Stars defeated the
Young Nationals by a score of 5 to
3 Saturday. The batteries—Young
Stars, H. Ward c, W. Gerba p; Young
Nationals, G. Sneath ρ, H. Meshrow c.
The Young Stars will play 10 to 11
yeaç old teams. Address Harold
Ward, 06 Mechanic street.
ΊΊΜΚ OF HIGH WATER.
A.M. P.M.
May 14— 9:00 9:05
16— 9:53 10:06
17— 10:25 10:42
18— 11:08 11:24
19— 11:40 11:53
20— 12:14 12:58
21— 1:12 2:04
AMERICAN'S VICTORS.
The American A. C. defeated the
X-Stars yesterday afternoon on the L.
V. diamond by a score of 7 to 6. Sick
alowski and Banslck were the battery
for thé X-Stars, and Banmline and
Anthonys for the American A. C.
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More than 20,000 people In this vl
1 clnity read the EVENING NEWS
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BOWLING ALLEY
Billiard and Pool Parlor
Cigars and Tobacco
49 Smith St.
The
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Builders' m Contractors' Directory.
J. Κ. JENSEN,
ARCHITECT,
Office Strieker Building,
138 Smith St., ΡΕΚΤΗ AM BOY, N. J.
New Jersey Roofing Co
Contractors for Slate, Felt, Cement,
Sing and Gravel Hoofing, Also Water
Proofing
Excelsior and Asplinlt Roofins Paint.
Hoofs Repaired and Painted.
Also CARKY Rooting.
H. C. WRIGHT At SON,
85 1-8 Smith Street. Telephone 87.
C. C. CHHISTENSEN & CO.,
Masons and Contractors
CEMENT SIDEWALKS AND ALL
ALL KINDS OF CEMENT
WORK A SPECIALTY
Office cdr. State and Paterson Sts.
Tel. Perth Amboy, N. J.
GRAHAM & McKEON,
General Contractors
EXCAVATING, GRADING, ETC.
Sand, fîravel, Broken Stone. Carting, Etc.
244 Smith St. 225 New Brunswick Ave.
Telephone 130-J and 183-W.
THE FARRINGTON CO.,
(Successors to Fnrriugton & Runyon Co.)
Lumber, Lime, Lath, Millwork,
Hardware
All Rinds of Building Material.
Office, 128 Fayette St., Perth Amboy, N. J.
Jens Sorensen
CARPENTER AND BUILDER '
Residence and shop, 15 Mattano
pince, upper end Washington Street.
L. D. Telephone 378-L.
CARL DHESSLEK,
Carpenter and Builder
Jobbing Promptly Attended to.
8 Purk Ave., near New Brunswick Ave.
Α. M. SMITH
Sanitary Plumbing, Oas, Steam Fitting
and Tinning. Shop: 55 New Urunswick
Avenue. Residence: 28 Hall Ave. Tel.
Connection G4-B.
IRA Π. CROUSE,
Carpenter and Ruilder
Telephone 173-R.
42S State St. Perth Amboy, N. J.
For painting o( old Houses. Call for
J. J"ensen
Painter and Paperhanger
Shop: 48 Smith st. Residence; 107 Gordon Bfc.
Estimates for old or new. Work carefully
ffivpti. Latest, designs in wallpaper. FIRST
CLASS WORK AT LOWEST PRICES.
H.P.NELSEN
Carpenter and Builder
ESTIMATES FURNISHED
Resiileuce and Shop,
324 Washington St
Perth Amboy, N. J. Tel. 142-1
A. Ii. JENSEN,
(Successor to J. K. Jensen.)
Mason and Contractor
401 Washington Street.
Zager & Jacobson
Painters, Decorators and Paper Hangers
.Estimates Cbeerfu?ïy Given.
Dfflce and Shop: 34 New Brunswick Ave.
Phone Î114-L. Perth Amboy, N. J
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FOUR BOWLING j Eight Billiard and
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Hobart st, Ptrth Amboy, N, J
I HENDERSON IJKpS.,
Musons and General Contractors
KILN AND BOILER SETTING.
I Office, 8β New Brunswick Ave. Tel. 254-J.
I Estimates Furnished. Ferth Amboy, N. 1.
sTt. JENSEN
237 Smith Si
..General Contractor..
Excavating for Sewers and Cellars
and Carting.
[ Overgaard & Nelson
Masons and General Contractors
0flfce-270 MARKET ST.
Residences—870 Market St.. & 14 Barclay St
\V. J. DONNELL,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
LUMBER. LATH, CEMENT, DOORS, /
SASH. BLINDS, MOULDINGS. BUILD- /
MRS' HARDWARE, HAIR AND NAILS.
Office and Yard, Jefferson St. & C. R. R. of
N. J., Perth Amboy, N. J.
J. r. KO YEN,
Carpenter and Builder
Estimates Furnished. Jobbing Attended.
232 Stute St., rerth Amboy.
Shop, 17 King St. Tel. 314-J.
Painting, Pnperhanging, Kalsomining
Done Promptly and Good. Hardwood Fin
ishing a Specialty. Estimates Furnished.
Η. Λ. DINESEN,
Shop and Residence, 35 N. First St.
PERTH AMBOY, N. J.
E. O. CARLSON,
Painter and Paper Hanger
Residence & Shop, 100 W'dbridge Rd
Wester & Ki ojrh,
<*, MASONS AND COM IiACrORS<V
Estimates Furnished. Tel. S34-J.
227 Smith St. Perth Amboy, N. J.
The Fred Chrlstensen Construction C«.
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS.
Office and Shop 224-226 Madison Ave., Perth
Amboy. Estimates Cheerfully Furnished.
Jobbing Promptly Attended to. L. D.
Phone, 344.
O. W. WIND ERG,
Painter and Paper Hanger
Wall Paper for Sale.
74 Fayette St. Established In 1880.
HENRY NELSON
Carpenter and Builder
202 Oak St.
JENS M. SORENSEN,
I'u In ter, Decorator and Paper Hanger
15 Mattano Placo
Upper End Washington St.
Perth Amboy, N. J.
Γ. DIAMOND,
Contractor and Builder
Jobbing Promptly Attended to.
STORE FIXTURES.
130-182 Broad St. Perth Amboy.
MAR11S TH. PEDERSEN,
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