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OH. OUTFIT WINS HONORS Take Second Game of Series From Ingots Saturday Af ternoon-Loose Playing Bill Maloney's Hoessler 6c Hass lacher Chemical Company baseball team was handed a contest on a sil ver platter at the ltaritan Copper Works Held Saturday afternoon. The Raritan Copper works baseball team made the presentation, the final score of the contest was it to 6. Inasmuch as Manager Maloney’s team pre viously defeated the ingots, Satur day's game practically gave the chemical workers the industrial championship of the city. The Hoessler 6c Hasslacher team ■cored eight runs in the sixth, sev enth and eighth innings, the ingots holding the lead up to the first naif of the seventh. The chemical work ers sewed up the gaujo by scoriug three runs in the eighth innHig, while Manager Foulsen's tossers were held away from the plate dur ing the last three innings of the gaane. Ed Keeler pitched good ball up to the seventh stanza, when ragged sup port tdok a part in bringing about his downfall. He was touched for fourteen safeties, fanned four men, walked one and hit one batter. Jer ofl. the winning pitcher, allowed eight hits collected in the early stage of the game. Nine of the Ingots fan ned the breeze, one received a pass and another batter was hit by a pitched ball. The ingots made seven errors, while six miscues are credited to the winning team. Johnny Fullerton featured at the bat in this game, connecting for four safeties, one a triple. Walt Mazu rek also of the R. 6c H. team, made three hits, a homer, double and sin gle, while Pfeiffer, Homer and Andy Mazurek each collected two safeties. Neal Reary, Tommy Van Gilder and * '•White" Reahy featured at the bat tor the Ingots, the first two men tioned made two hits apiece, while Reaby clouted out a homer with a man on base. Kgan, Stinson and Reahy featured in the fielding, in this game. A wild pitch on the third strike, a I ait batter, a single and an infield er ror gave the Ingots three runs in the second inning, and two singles and an infield error added another counter to their list in the third. The chemical tossers scored their first counter in the fourth on Fullerton’s triple, which Reary lost in the sun, and a sacrifice fly, but Manager Poul sen's player# immediately got this run back la their half of the same inning, as a result of two hits and a wild throw. Neither side scored in the fifth, but the i/L. & H. team made two runs in the flret half of the sixth on a single and a homer. The Ingots did likewise in the last half of the sixth, « double and a homer doing the trick, two hits and three errors gave the Chemical tossers three runs in the ■aventh. and tour hits and three er rors added three more runs to their acore in the eighth. The Ingots fail ed to score in tire seventh, eighth or hinth. The box score: r> _a TT AB, R. H. E Pfeiffer, cf . 6 1 2 0 Fullerton, 2b . 5 3 4 2 Romer, lb . 4 1 2 0 Gloff, 3b . 4 0 1 3 Larson, c . 5 1 0 0 A. Mazurek, ss . B 1 2 0 W. Mazurek, If.,.6 1 3 0 Spatford, rf . B 1 0 0 Jeroff, p . 4 0 0 1 42 9 14 6 n. c. w. AB. R. H. E Loeser, If . 5 1 1 1 Egan, 3b . 4 0 0 0 Stinson, ss . B 0 1 1 Applegate, lb . 4 0 0 1 Leary, cf . 4 2 2 1 Van Gilder .. 4 0 2 2 Hurley, rf . 4 1 0 0 Leahy, 2b . 3 1 1 0 Keeler, p . 4 1 1 1 37 6 8 7 Tko score by innings: R. & H. 0 0 0 1 0 2 3 8 0—9 R. C ,W. . 003 10 200 0—6 The summary: Home runs, Mazu rek and Leahy Three base hit, Ful lerton. Two base hits, W. Mazu rek and Leary. Sacrifice fly Gloff. Struck out by Jeroff 9, Keeler 4 Ba ses on balls off Keeler 1, Jeroff 1. Hit by pitcher Keeler (Romer); Jeroff, t Leahy.) Left on bases, R. C. W. 6, R. and H. 9. Wild pitch, Jeroff, Keeler. Umpire, Hunt * HARMONY NINE DEFEATED BY PLEASANT PLAINS NINE The Junior Harmony baseball team, of thia city traveled to Pleas ant Plains yesterday afternoon where they were defeated by the Eagles, a colored team of that place, by a score of 7-3. Gardella pitched for the visitors, while Henry was on the mound for the home team. A. Gardella of the Harmony team and Cooper of the Eagles featured at the bat. The teams lined up as follows: Junior Harmony—Forman, rf: Romer, cf; Jensen, c: Danback. 2b; A. Gardella, p; Danback, ss; Bren nan, 3b; Anderson, if, and J. Gar della, lb. . Eagles—Hammon, c; Higgins, 3b; James. If; Cooper, lb; Blunt, ss; Henry, p; Ryan, 2b; Roach, rf, and McCoy, cf. McKenna Wants Action Here Jack McKenna wants575 -shrdlu Jack McKenna .lightweight champion of the 27th division of the A. E. F.. is ready to meet Mar tin Burke, Gene Tunr.ey. Eddie Jo sephs. Walter Dcnovan or any other light heavy seleclhd. Frank Oakley of 8 8 Boyd avenue, Jersey City, is manager of McKenna. Oakley’s phone number is Bergen 5138 Mc Kenna recently put up a good light against Walter Donovan, of Staton Island, at Jersey City. Telephone Your Requirement Our Classified 1 Will Do the Rest ^ 8^;-* 'Nt*-.-' < -- Roosevelt Teams Beaten In Uninteresting Games Over one thousand baseball fans turned out on the Raritan Cop per Works field yesterday afternoon to witness two interesting games. The Perth Amboy representative diamond team had an easy time in defeating two Roosevelt clubs, the Harmony nine in the first contest 5-0, and the Field Club nine in the second event by a score of 12-3. Earlier in the season the Amboy team defeated the Roosevelt Field Club nine by a score of 13-2. Although a few sensational catch es were made by the visiting players in these contests, outside of the pitching performances of Harry "Chunk” Applegate and "Bull” Hornsby in the first and second games, respectively, and the first basing and batting of Laurent, there was no real feature playing and lit tle Interest In this double bill. Both teams were outclassed by the Amboy nine, and in neither contest were the Amboy players forced to show their best. Aprlegate allowed six widely scattered hits in the first game, struck out fifteen batters and walk ed two men. The Harmony team received few chances to send run ners across the pan in this contest. Love pitched seven innings for the Harmony team, Thurston pitching tha eighth. Although Love allowed three hits up to the seventh, Amboy sewed up the contest by scoring two runs on two walks and a double in the first inning. Romer led Amboy at bat in this game, while Dunn was the leading sticker for the visiting team. Larson's backstop work feat ured this game. Six runs in the second inning on four hits, three errors, a walk and a sacrir.ce fly sewed up the game for the Amboy team in the second game on the card. Hornsby allowed the visitors seven hits, four coining in the seventh stanza, when the visitors scored their only runs. Five Roose velt batters whiffed the breeze, and no passes were issued by the local pitcher. DeHart, who allowed four hits in two innings, struck out one man and walked a batter. Sullivan, his successor, allowed eight hits in six innings. Laurent led Amboy with the wil low in the second game with a double and two singles, while Cough lin and Kane each collected a brace, the former a home run clout. Elko and J. Ginda led the Roosevelt play ers at bat. Roosevelt made nine miscues in this game. Joe Kelly of Rahway umpired both games in a satisfactory manner. The box score. (First game): Am boys AB. R. H. E. Looser ,lf . 4 1 1 0 Coughlin, ss . 3 1 1 1 Kane, rf . 3 1 0 0 Romer, cf . 4 1 2 0 Stinson, 3b . 4 0 1 0 Fullerton ,2b . 4 0 0 1 Laurent, ]b . 3 0 0 0 NEW YORK NINES LEAD LEAGUES Giants Beat Brooklyn, While Pittsburgh Loses--Yanks Break Even in Double Bill The New York Giants went into the lead in the National League race when they defeated Brooklyn on the latter’s grounds yosterday afternoon, while Pittsburgh lost to the Cincinnati team. The Giants and Pirates previous to yesterday’s game, were practically tied for the top rung of the ladder. Pittsburgh plays Boston today, while tho Giants lay oft. While their namesake in the Na tional stepped into first place, the New York Yankees broke even in a double header with the Boston Red Sox at New York. Cleveland de feated St. Louis ajid as a result lost a half game. The Yanks are still in first place. “Babe” Ruth failed to break his 1920 record in yesterday’s double bill, although over forty thousand turned out to witness the execution of the trick. About fifty thousand were turned away. NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. P.C. New York. 85 54 .612 Pittsburgh . 81 53 .604 St. Louis. 76 61 .555 Boston. 74 61 .548 Brooklyn. 69 67 .507 Cincinnati. 63 74 .460 Chicago. 53 84 .387 Philadelphia. 46 93 .331 AMERICAN LEAGUE W.< L. P.C. New York. 85 50 .630 Cleveland. 84 52 .618 St. Louis. 71 57 .555 Washington. «8 69 .496 Boston. 64 68 .485 Detroit . 66 73 .475 Chicago. 57 79 .419 Philadelphia. 46 93 .331 INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. P.C. Baltimore.112 41 .732 Buffalo . 93 60 .608 Rochester .. 89 65 .578 Toronto. 82 70 .539 Syracuse. 65 85 .433 Newark. 64 88 .421 Jersey City. 53 98 .351 Reading. 51 102 .333 YESTERDAY’S RESULTS National League New York Jl, Brooklyn 3. Cincinnati 4, Pittsburgh 1. St. Louis 10, Chicago 5. American League Boston 3, New York 1. New York 5. Boston 1. Cleveland 8, St. Louis 4. Detroit 5, Chicago 1. Washington 7, Philadelphia 6. (10 Innings). International League Baltimore 8. Newark 3. Baltimore 12, Newark 1. Jersey City 4. Reading 3. Rochester 3, Toronto 1. Jersey City 4, Reading 0. Rochester 8. Toronto 2. Syracuse 5. Buffalo 4. GAMES TODAY National League Boston at Pittsburgh. American League | Boston at Philadelphia. International League Newark at Baltimore, (two). Reading at Jersey City. Syracuse at Buffalo, (two). Toronto at Rochester, Larsen, c ... 8 0 1 0 Applegate ,p . 3 1 1 0 31 5 7 2 Harmony AB. R. H. E. Makoskl, If .. 3 0 1 0 Stanbaeh. 2b... 4 0 0 0 Elkoc, cf . 4 0 1 0 Dzurilla, 3b ..... 4 0 0 0 Dunn, lb . 4 0 2 1 Donovan, rf. 4 0 0 0 lToung, ss .. 3 0 1 0 Tony, o . 3 <f 1 0 Love, p . 2 0 0 1 Thurston, p . 0 0 0 0 •Lasko .. 1 0 0 0 32 0 6 2 The score by Innings: Harmony . 00000000 0—0 Amboys. 20000120 x—5 The summary: Two base hit, Ro mer. Bases on balls off Love 2, Thurston 0, Applegate 2. Struck out by Applegate 15 ,Love 2, Thurston I. Left on bases Amboy 3, Harmony 4. Hits off Love 4 in 7 innings; Thurston 0 in 1 inning. Umpire. Kelly. The box score. (Second game): Amboys AB. R. H. E. Loeser. If . 6 3 1 0 Coughlin, ss . 4 2 2 1 Kane, rf . 5 1 2 2 Romer, cf . 5 1 1 0 Stinson, 3b . 4 0 1 0 Fullerton, 2b . 4 2 1 1 Laurent, lb ... 4 2 3 0 Larson, c . .. 4 1 1 0 Hornsby, p. 3 0 0 0 38 12 12 4 Roosevelt AB. R. H. E. J. Coughlin, 3b . 4 1 1 1 Elko,, 2b . 4 1 2 1 J. Ginda, ss . 4 1 2 3 Klose. If . 4 0 0 0 Donaghue, rf and lb .. 4 0 1 2 lakeway, cf .. 4 0 0 0 Sullivan, lb and p A.. 4 0 0 1 Collins, c . 3 0 1 1 De Hart, p . 0 0 0 0 T. Ginda, rf. 3 0 0 0 34 3 7 9 The score by innings: Roosevelt . 00000300 0— 3 Amboys . 06010122 x—12 The summary: Home run, Cough lin. Two base hits, Stinson, Kane xnd Laurent. Sacrifice hit, Stinson. Sacrifice fly, Horifsby. Bases on balls off Hornsby 0. De Hart 1, Sul livan. Struck out by Hornsby 5, De Hair 1, Sullivan 0. Hit by pitcher, De Hart. (Coughlin), Double plays, Fullerton to Stinson to Laurent; Stinson to Laurent to Fullerton to Larson; H. Sullivan to J. Coughlin to EIlco. Left on bases Amboy 6, Roosevelt 5. Passed ball, Larson. Hits off De Hart 4 in 2 innings, Sullivan 8 in 6 nnings. Umpire, Kelly. JENSE1 LOSES PITCHING DUEL Matawan Defeated in First Game of Big Series With Keyport-Score 2-1 MATAWAN, Sept. 12:—Andy Jensen of Perth Amboy, who recent ly returned from Chambersburg, Pa., where he has been pitching league ball, twirled a brilliant game for the local representative team at Keyport yesterday afternoon. He was beat en out, however, by a score of 2-1. This was the first game of a series of seven in an elimination set to de cide the semi-pro championship of Monmouth county. The Matawan twirlei allowed eight hits, two in the first, one in the fifth, two in the eighth and three in the ninth. A single and a triple gave the home team their first counter In the opening session, and three singles, with an out sandwiched in between the second and third hit, were responsible for the scoring of the deciding run in the ninth. Tink er, the Caven Point pitcher who last Monday was touched quite freely, allowed four hits in yesterday’s game, doubles by Bader and Wood accounting for Matawan’s only run in the fourth inning. Frank Bader, Perth Amboy back stop, led the Matawan team at bat in this game, securing a double and single, while Joe Wood collected a two base hit and Churchman con nected for a single. Manuel and Dane featured at the bat for Key port, the former with a triple and single. Benny Gloff knocked out the winning single in the ninth inning. Although defeated, the Matawan team put up a good brand of ball, snappy play in the infield featured. Tinker, the Keyport pitcher, fanned the side in the eighth. The box score: I'”’ ~ AB R H E, Burns, If . 3 0 0 1 Pfeiffer, cf . 4 0 0 0 Dane, rf . 4 1 2 0 Manuel, as . 4 1 2 0 Smith, lb . 4 0 1 1 Gloff, 2b . 4 0 1 0 Way, 3b ... 2 0 0 1 Huston, c . 3 0 1 0 Tinker, p... 3 0 1 0 *1 2 8 3 Matawan AB R H E Straley, 2b . 4 0 0 0 Nesley, 3b. 4 0 0 0 Jensen, rf.7.. 4 0 0 0 Bader, c .. 4 1 2 0 Burke, lb . 4 0 0 0 Mazurek, ss . 4 0 0 0 Wood, cf. S 0 1 0 Churchman, If . 3 0 1 1 A. Jensen, p. 3 0 0 0 33 1 4 1 The score by innings: Matawan ...00010000 0—1 Keyport .... 1 0000000 1—2 The summary: Three base hit, Manuel. Two base hit, Wood and Bader. Struck out, by Jensen, 3: Tinker, 6. Bases on balls, off Jen sen, 1. Hit by pitcher. Jensen (Way). Double plays, Keyport, 3: Matawan, 2. Umpires, Conway and Stillwell. LONDON, Sept. 10 (By The As sociated Press)—Henry Sullivan, of Lowell ,who left Dover Friday on his fifth attempt to swim the Eng lish cannel was forced to abandon it today because of rough weather, when eight miles off the French j coast. He was twelve and one- | half hours in the water. “THAT LITTLE GAME” - —By R Link < /'/ s/'XA 0H'' 'Do?T„ 1sm,i«^ ^k ,7rT7r- ^' : I -OO You KMoiaJ 'cot*- • ! SSLTSo* ! fABMTVOH ^AT. ^ „„«* ^ \T OOHT COSf\ r >fS\^5P'f : HAMB A ^E CAaEFuJX HIM NoYMIM'. HOT TCOT- LATBQ.^. HAMO WtKE FatBMOS. -\ \*UU 0PEM 1 1J V‘M - a pcX)T. (NS HEAttD J FoO. A J\T," th(1ouGH, hokt — Some Suck \ coMEtM, # TiEAUHG. cuckoos Polu L *©cr<S* y -that «uF,=.-^=5===y "DEAL'EM ovEra.'Pmu^ AMO UJEVu' Au., WATCH, re's A Novelty To See You UJOttK , —> UP* Fwi^ I RED BANK ORIOLES DEFEAT LONG BRANCH The Red Bank Orioles defeated the Norwoods of Long Branch in the first game of an elimination scries to de cide the championship of Monmouth county, at Red Bank yesterday after noon by a score of 7 to 3. Leddy and Bill Larson comprised the battery for the winning team, while King Phil lips and Toach were in the points for the visiting team. The Red Bank combination outhit their opponents, ten to three. Bill Larson, rated as Perth Amboy's best backstop, put up a brilliant game behind the plate for the home team, and made owe hit. Local interest in this series is cen tered mainly around the playing of Larson. FLYNN AND HANDERHAN RETURN HOME YESTERDAY Hay Handerhan and Bill Flynn re turned to this city yesterday morn ing after spending the greater part of the summer with the Martinsville. Va., club in the Bi-State League. Their team finished in second place, the last half of the season, a game and a half behind the Schoolfleld nine. Handerhan played third base, while Flynn pitched and played in the outfield. Handerhan went south with the Danville, Va., team in the Piedmont League, but sprained his ankle dur ing the training season. With this handicap he had little chance of beating his manager for the difficult corner position, so he secured his release and went to the Martinsville club. He has been ordered to report to the training camp of the St. Louis Browns next spring. Flynn went south several months ago and played good ball with the Martinsville team. It is likely that these players will perform on some diamond in this vicinity next Sunday. They were scheduled to play a post-season ser ies with the Schoolfield team against the Danville outfit, but the series was called off. ~ iquehongas and Independ snts Battle 17 Innings to 3 3 Score--Pitchers Star The Independent baseball nine of Jew York battled to a seventeen nning draw with the Aquehonga line of Tottenvllle on the Totten dlle grounds yesterday afternoon, rhia game, which ended 3-3 was •asily the best contest played In this dclnity over the week-end, and pos ibly the most interesting played on l diamond in this section during the iresent season. The coming on of light VM responsible for the end* ng. Art Romer. the veteran portside wirier of the Tottenville repreBenta ive team, pitched wonderful ball ind deserved a victory. He fanned wenty-four of the opposing batters, valked two men and allowed twelve iitp. This pitching record is an un usual one, when the Tottenville litcher's years of service on the dia poml are taken into consideration, n addition to the fact that he prac ilcallv pitched two games. The viat ors did not collect a hit off Romer's iclivery until the seventh Inning, ind only in a few of the remaining nnings of the contest did they col ect more than one safety per ln ring. The Independents twirler also pitched a brilliant brand of ball. His offerings were touched for elev en safeties, nine batters fanned the breeze and five passes were issued. Each team made one error, the Bhortstop being responsible for the slipup on both sides. The Aquehonga error aided in the scoring of one of the Independents runs. On clean hitting the Aquehongas scored their first run in the second, another In the sixth and knotted the count In the ninth inning. The In dependents sent their first runner across the pan In the "stretch" stan za on a wild throw to first by A. Knott and a one baae blow. The visitors bunched several hits off Romer's delivery In the ninth and went into the lead. Although both teams had run ners advanced as fur as third hase in several of the eight extra sessions, nary a runner crossed the pan. At tho close of the seventeenth the managers and Umpire Hllkcr decid ed to call the game on account of darkness. The box score: Aquehongas AB R. II. E. ^augh, of . 6 1 19' lomer. p . 7 0 0 6 McGrath. 2b.1 0 0 0 1. Knott, ss. 7 1 3 1 Irbogast, lb. 5 0 0 0 dallowell, If . 6 1 1 0 <inney, rf.7 0 S 0 IV. Knott. 3b. 6 0 1 0 ” Knesel, e . 6 0 0 0 Griffin, 2b . 3 0 0 0 54 2 11 1 Independents AB It. H. E. Prose, 3h . 6 0 1 0 O’Connell. 2b . 6 2 10 Oakland, ss . 6 0 0 1 Green, If. 3 0 1 0 Mealy, lb . 7 1 3 0 Oirenn. c. 7 0 3 0 Bailey, ef . 7 0 6 o McCormlek ,rf . 6 1 0 Fastherstnn, p . 6 9 1 0 i Maddle, rf . 1 0 1 0 : 52 8 12 1 Tho score by Innings: Independents—■ 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 900—8 Aquehongas— 0100010010009000 0—8 The summary: Two base hit, A. Knott. Reft on bases, Independents 10. Aquehongas 11. Bases on balls oft' Romer 2. Featherson 5. Strucle out by ltomcr 24, Featherson 9. Jfla Double play. Cireon to Oakland tolHj O’Connell. Umpire, Charley IlilkerJBg MONITORS DEFEAT 1 KEASBEYJFEDS, 17-3 1 The Monitor baseball team of this J city easily defeated the Keasbey I Feds nine In a game on the o.ltv a grounds yesterday afternoon by a M score of 17-3. Bruck pitched for ft the Monitors, while Befus occupied a the mound for the visiting team. The ft Monitors outhlt their opponents ft twenty-one to live, Horvath, Kosh, ft Childs, Bruck and Haremza leading 1 the wlnnin gteapn with the willow J| Grlspart secured two hits for the II Keasbey team. | The Monitor team lined up with -1 Grippe, ss; Kosh, 3b; Childs, cf; j Skognn, lb; Horvath, 2h; Morgan, \ c; Bruck. p; Haremza, If; Muraaki, t rf, and Polochko, 1 b. The Keasbey Feds lined up as fol lows: Grlspart, 2b; Stark, 3b; A. j Gloff, e; H. Gloff, lb; Storkel, cf; ■ Romer, ss; F. Gloff, rf; Read, If, and Befus, p. The score by innings: Keasbey Feds .. 00030000 0— S Monitors . 40152104 x—17 \ The summary: Three base hit, : Horvath. Two base hit, Childs, Struck out by Bruck 7, Befus 3. j Bases on balls oft Bruck 1, Befus 5. Umpire, Snyder . I ——i-— ---J j HIGH TIDE TABLE -_ i A. M. P. M. 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