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I CELEBRATION IS
j SCHEDULED JUST
1 AFTER FIRST GAME
Southern League Is Prospering
M’GRAW WANTS THE
CARDINALS’ STAR
FIRST BASEMAN
Southern League Feels
Wave of Great Prosperity
President Kavanaugh Announces 25 Per Cent Increase of Pres
ent Season Over Spring of 1912—Attendance Excels Mark
of Five Preceding Seasons—Records May Fall.
Splendid prosperity is attending the Southern league. Great
boosts in attendance have been experienced during tlie earlier
months of the season, and President YV. M. Kavanaugh an
nounced yesterday that the attendance records show a 25 per
cent increase over the preceding season. Excelling the marks
set for the past five years, the season bids fair to break all pre
cedents.
“The Southern league cities are drawing
better this season," declared President
Kavanaufih, “than they have since tlie
memorable year of 190S. Every cltv, ex
cepting Montgomery, is attracting larger
crowds to witness the sport and it I lie
wave of prosperity continues, oil marks
will be broken before tlie termination of
the season.
“While overlooking tlie attendance .ee
• ords, I was somewhat awed and flattered
when 1 learned the astounding good news
that every city In the league, except Mont
gomery, was drawing better crowds than
last season by L5 per cent. Tlie race is an
interesting one for, with the exception
of the leading Mobile team and. the lowly
Pelicans, the other clubs are bunched to
gether and are lighting hard for supre
macy.”
“The matter of the protested games ha
been disposed of. In the protest eases
presented. [ have decided that they shall
not be allowed and that the games shall
be played off. The Nashville-Atlanta dis
pute seems to nave arisen from a misnn
dertsanding and the two teams will play
off the disputed games.”
The league executive was extremely
sorry to miss the postponed hoisting of
the pennant, hut h • had completed all ar
rangements to return to T.ittle Rock last
l ight and was forced to leave.
GULLS TRIUMPH IN
OVERTIME STRUGGLE
Mobile, June 9.—Mobile took the llrst
'of -the series from Memphis this after
noon in a spirited 12-inning battle, an er
ror by Butler giving the locals the win
ning run in the twelfth. The score was
3 to 2. Mobile scored in the fourth with
out a lilt, fast work on the bases ac-1
counting for the run. Memphis tied It
in the eighth on hits, and then went;
one to the good in the eleventh.
In Mobile’s half of the same inning the
locals tied the score again on a walk,
a sacrifice and Paulet’s two-base bit.,
Mobile won in tlie twelfth on Stock’s hit, j
sacrifice, infield out and Butler’s error j
on Clarke’s grounder. Hogg was liit hard1
but Mobile fielded sensationally behind
him, brilliant catches saving him de
feat several times. Parsons pitched fine
ball, but was wild and this with errors;
beat him. Score;
Mobile— AB. It. H. O. A. E j
Stock, ss.*. H 1 2 3 1 1 ;
Starr, 2b.3 o 1 3 3 0
O’Dell, 3b.6 0 0 2 4 <>'
Sentell, rf.2 2 « 1 <> 0!
Clark, cf.4 0 0 5 0 Oj
Clark, cf. 4 0 0 5 0 01
Robertson, rf.4 0 1 3 1 ft I
Paulet, lb.4 0 1 17 O' 0
Schmidt, c. 5 0 1 2 4 0 j
Hogg, p. 5 0 0 0 7 01
Totals .39 3 6 3G 20 1,
Memphis— AB. R. H. O. A. E.
BaerwaId, rf.0 t 2 3 0 0
Butler, ss. ..3 1 2 2 1 3
Bales, cf.4 0 1 6 0 0
Ward. 3b. 5 0 2 3 3 0
Schweitzer, if. 4 o 2 3 0 0
A bate ill, lb. » 0 1 16 1 0
Shan ley, 2b.a ft 2 ft X 0
Seabough, c.3 ft 0 1 ii 0!
Parsons, p.,5 0 1 1 7 oj
Totals .39 2 13 *37 22 3
• Two out when winning run scored.
Seme by innings:
Mobile .000 10ft 000 011-3
Memphis .000 000 010 010—2
Summary: Three-base hit, Schweitzer.
Two-base hit, Paulet. Sacrifice hits.
Starr, Clark 2, Butler 2, Bales, Schweit
zer, Seabough. Stolen liases. Starr, Sen
tell, Robertson, Paulet, Schmidt. Abstein.
Double plays, Starr to Paulet; Robertson
to Paulet. Struck out, Hogg 2. Bases
on balls, Hogg 2. Parsons 4. Hit by
pitcher Parsons (Starr 2, Sentell, Robert
son). Time 2:05. Umpires Stockdale and
Chesnutt.
South Atlantic League
All games postponed; rain.
TAXICABS
FOR ALL PURPOSES
We have the neweat and bent earn In
(he city fur rent—ALL CADILLACS.
Try un un your emergency cnll or
pleanure ride—DAY OR NIGHT. i
JENKINS TAXICAB
COMPANY
HENRY I.. JENKINS, Prop.
318 N. 301b St. Phone 1375
M’lNTYRE TWIRLS
WELL AGAINST BILLS
New Orleans , June 9.—The locals
hunched hits on Case and defeated Mont
gomery today. 4 to 2. in the play-off of
the 4-4, eleven inning tie game of last
Thursday. Hendryx drove in three of tlie
runs and himself scored the other local
(ally. McIntyre was in excellent form.
He allowed no hits until the sixth inning
and was admirably supported throughout.
The score:
Montgomery— AH. R. H. O. A. K.
Walker, cf. 4 2 2 1 ft ft
Wares. 2b. 4 ft 1 t 3 ft
Elwert, 3b. 3 ft 1 0 4 0
Sloan, rf. 3 0 1 1 0 1 j
Kutina. lb. 4 ft ft 1ft 1 ft,
Jantzen, 11‘. 4 ft 1 1 ft I j
Knaupp, ss. ... 1 0 ft 4 2 ftj
Gribbens, c. 2 * ft ft «» 3 ft I
Case, p. 3 ft ft ft 1 ft |
♦Manning . 1 ft ft ft ft ft
Totals . 29 2 6 24 14 2
♦—Batted for Case in ninth.
New Orleans— AB. R. H. O. A. E.
Kyle, rf. 3 2 1 0 ft ft
At*. 2b. 2 1 1 1 1 o
Clancy, ss. 3 ft 0 2 ft ft!
Hendryx, cf. 4 1 3 3 0 ft
Spencer, If. 3 0 0 2 0 0
Breen. 3b. 4 0 l 1 2 ft j
Snedecor, lb. 4 ft 1 11 0 ft
Adams, e. 3 ft 0 7 3 ft
McIntyre, p. 2 0 0 0 1 ft
Totals . 2.S 4 7 27 7 ft
Score by innings:
Montgomery .ftftft 001 010—2
New Orleans .201 ftftft ftl*—i
Summary: Two base hits, Hendryx.
Walker. Breen. Three base hit. Sloan.
Sacrifice hits. Alz. Clancy. Gribbens 2.
Stolen bases. Kyle, Hendryx. Struck out.
McIntyre 7, Case (». Bases on balls, Mc
Intyre 6. Passed ball. Adams. Time, 1:43.
Umpires, Bretenstein and Pfenninger.
ATMORE TAKES FIRST
FROM AUBURN TEAM
Atmore, June 9.—(Special.)—Atmore took
the first of three game series from the
crack Auburn team at this place this aft
ernoon by the score of 6 to 2. The game
v. as interesting throughout and fast. Hits
and fielding by members of both teams
featured. Score: R. H. E.
Auburn .2 3 S
Atmore .6 7 3
Batteries: Auburn, Davis. Moulton. Boy
kins and Christian; Atmore, McMeans and
Johnson.
TEXAS LEAGUE
At Galveston: Galveston 2. Dallas 3.
At Beaumont: Beaumont-Fort Worth
no game; rain.
At Houston: Houston 2, Waco 1.
At San Antonio: San Antonio 1, Aus
tin 0.
American Association
At Milwaukee: Milwaukee 4, St. Paul 2.
At Columbus: Columbus 7, Indianapo
lis 9.
At Louisville: Louisville 5, Toledo 4.
At Kansas City: Kansas City 4, Minne
apolis 7.
Cotton States League
At Jackson: Jackson 9. Meridian 0.
At Ifcnsacola: Pensacola 10, Colum
bus 4.
At Selma: Selma 3, Clarksdale 2.
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Blach’s
$25 Suits at $19.69
(Including "Society
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$30 and $35
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For $24.69
Including a deal
we closed with
the makers of
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clothes.
Blach’s Lin
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Priestley and
others. Made In
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Mohair Suits
$10, $15 to $25
Men’s $2
Shirts $1.35
N e g 11 g ee, coat
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BUNTING WILL BE HOISTED
AFTER CLOSE OF FIRST BATTLE
Double Header Is Scheduled
for This Afternoon—First
Game at 2:15 O’clock
PENNANT RAISING
BETWEEN THE GAMES
After First Game, the Pennant Will
Be Ushered (o Pennant Pole and
Hoisted to Summit—Foxen
and Thompson to Hurl
SOUTHERN LEAGUE STANDING
Played. Won. host. Pet.
Mobile . 57 39 is .bsi
Nashville . 52 2.X 2 1 ,53s
Atlanta . at 26 2.7 .51 a
Chattanooga . 52 26 2<i .500
Memphis . 54 26 2S .UH
Montgomery . 52 2D 27 .pin
Birmingham . 51 24 27 .171
New Orleans .... 71 Is 26 .333
Results Yesterday
Mobile 3, Memphis 2 112 innings).
New .Orleans 4. Montgomery 2.
A thin ta-Birmingham, rain.
Lames Today
Atlanta at Birmingham.
Montgomery at New Orleans.
Chattanooga at Nashville.
Memphis at Mobile.
The captured bunting remained in the
storehouse while the gentle rain pafte ed
upon tlie roof yesterday, but this after
noon the pennant v ill be hoisted aloft to
its towering summit. Between the lirst
and second struggles of the double bill,
the trophy will be ushered to the pennant
pole by the Barons and the Crackers and
then raised to its lofty pinnacle.
Encouraged by ?i favorable forecast of
the weather, every*1 indication points to a
tremendous attendance to view the glad
some affair. The lair fans will assemble
en masse as the tickets in the ladies’ book
will be honored at the gates, while the at
tractiveness of a double bill in conned ion
with the festive occasion should gather
many other thousands.
The inclemency of the elements was a
great disappointment to President 'V. M.
Kavanaugh. who journeyed from Little |
Rock to witness the flag raising and to
present the trophy to the victorious
Barons of 1912. Last night he was forced
to return to Little Kook, while the delega
tion of Atlanta directors and President
Calloway' could not be prevailed upon to
remain over for the postponed gala occa- ]
sion.
With Flill Foxer. on the firing line, the
first game will begin this afternoon at
2:15. Twirier Jim Brady has been slated
to ornate the slab for the Crackers, with
Dunn receiving. During the intermission
between the conflicts, the two teams will
formally raise the bunting to the summit i
of the flagpole and then resume the fray, i
Depending upon his youngster, Thomp- j
son, Manager Moleuworth expects to an
nex the second battle over Smith's south- j
paw. Price. A note of interest is that;
Catcher Clifton will receive the twists of
Thompson. Clifton has bad but one op
portunity to show his wares and many of
the fans will be glad to see him in action.
The grounds were in good shape last
night, and with large strips of canvas pro- i
tecting the plate, hist base and the pitch
er’s box, it will take a heavy precipitation
to prevent the two clubs from getting into,
action. Umpires Rudderham and Filield I
will officiate.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
STANDING
Played. Won. Lost. Pet.
Philadelphia . 10 28 12 .701)
New York . 4 2 24 18 .571
Brooklyn . 43 23 18 .561
Chicago . 47 24 23 .510
Pittsburg . 46 22 24 .478
St. Louis . 47 21 26 .4 4 7
Boston . 4 2 IT 25 .405
Cincinnati . 47 1 7 30 .362
Brennan Holds Beds
Cincinnati, June 9.— Brennan had Cincin
nati completely at Ids mercy today and
Philadelphia won, 10 to 1. Brennan al
lowed four hits and kept Cincinnati run
less until the ninth inning, when they
scored one run. Cincinnati used three
pitchers, all of them being \iit ban! and]
often. Score:
Philadelphia— AI.. It. H. O. A. 10.
Becker, cf. •'> 2 2 (i u II
Knabe, 21). 5 o 1 -1 5 o
Luherl, 31). 3 3 3 14b
Magee. If. 4 2 2 1 3 1
Cravath, rf. 4 2 3 1 o o
Ruderus, lb. I 0 0 13 1 1
Doolan, ss. 3 0 1 1 3 y
KIKlllfer, c. 3 1 l b 2 «
Brennan, p. 3 0 o o k y
Totals . 36 10 13 27 18 2
Cincinnati1— AB. R. RJ. o. A. E.
Devore, ef. 4 0 0 1 0 0
Marsans, rf. 3 12 110
Bescher, If. 4 0 1 2 u 0
Hoblltzell, lb. 4 0 0 13 0 i
Almeida, 3b. 4 0 0 1 3 1
Oroh, 2b. 4 0 0 1 4 b
Berghammer, as.... 2 0 0 4 2 0
Dodge, ss. 1 0 0 ft ft 0
Clark, c. 3 0 1 1 2 0
Ames, p. 1 0 0 0 2 0
Harter, p. 1 0 0 0 0 0
Nelson, p.. 0 0 0 0 0 0
•Klmg . 1 0 0 0 0 0
Totals . 32 1 4 27 It 2
•Batted for Harter in the eighth.
Score by Innings:
Philadelphia . 012 120 103_
Cincinnati . 000 uOO bill— 1
Summary: Two base hits, Marsars, Ro
bert, Magee, Cravath. Three buse hits
Cravath 2. Hits, Ames, 7 In 5 innings1
Harter, 3 in 3 Innings; Nelson, 3 in 1 in
ning. Sacrifice hits, Doolan, Brennan,
Klllifer. Stolon bases, Robert, Magee.
Base on balls, Brennan 1, Ames 2, Nel
son 1. Wild pitches, Ames 1, Nelson 1
Time, 2. Umpires, Rigler and Byron.
Dodgers Effect Rally
Pittsburg, June 9.—Brooklyn scored
six runs off Adams In the ninth inning
this afternoon and won 10 to 7. the
most wretched game of ball seen on
Forbes field In many a day. Brooklyn
had six misplays on double steals and
other Wild throws. Kirkpatrick was
presented with a diamond stud by
Puttsburg admirers. The score:
Brooklyn— AB. R. H. O. A E
Moran, cf.6 2 2 1 0 1
Cutshaw, 2b.4 0 0 3 0 1
•Stengel . 1 0 0 0 0 0
Fisher, ss.0 0 0 0 0
Hummel, If.4 3 4 r, 0 0
Myer, rf.4 1 1 0 0 0
Callahan, rf. .... 0 1 0 0 0 u
Daubert. lb. .... 812901
Smith 3b. ...8 0 i 2 Z l
LONGED FOR BY THE GIANTS
ST.LOUIS
FIRST
BASEMAN
Klrkpat'k, ss.-2b."' 6 0 1 3 3 0
O. Miller, o. 3 0 2 3 1 1
ISrwin. c. 0 0 0 0 0 0
Fisher, c. 1 1 t 1 0 0
Ragon, p.3 0 1 0 0 1
Curtis, p.(1 0 0 0 0 0
Tingling, p. I 1 1 0 0 0
Totals .41 10 17 27 6 !i
•Batted for Cutshaw in ninth.
Pittsburg— AB. R. If. O. IS.
Byrne, 3b. 5 1 2 2 2 0
Carey, if. . 5 o i 2 l o
Viox, 2li.3 0 1 2 1 0
Wagner, ss..4 0 0 2 4 0
.1. Miller, lb.3 1 111 0 o
Wilson, if.3 1 1 0 0 0
liofman, ef.4 1 1 1 0 0
Simon, c. 4 1 1 7 3 0
Robinson, p. 0 0 0 0 0 0
••Bone .. 1 0 0 0 0 0
Adams, p. 3 2 2 0 2 0
Totals .3.7 7 10 27 13 0
••Batted for Robinson in third.
Score by innings:
Brooklyn .102 001 006—10
Pittsburg . 100 022 110—. 7
Summary: Two base hits. Hummel,
Smith, Adams. Three lia.se hits, Moran,
Hummel. Fisher, Adams. Home run,
Myer. Sacrifice hits, Ragon. Viox.
Stolen liases, Wilson. Hoffman, Simon.
Hummel. Hits, Robinson 7 in 3 innings,
Adams 10 in fi Innings, Ragon"9 In li 2-3
Innings, Curtis 0 in 1-3 inning. Ting
ling, 1 in 2 innings. Base on balls. Rob
inson 1, Adams i, Ragon 1, Tingling 1.
Struck out, Robinson 1, Adams 6, Ita
gnn 3. Tingling 1. Wild pitch Ragon.
Time, 1:53. Umpires, Klein and Orth.
Mathewson Wins Easily
Chicago. June 9.—New York batted Chi
cago pitchers at will today, winning 11 to
3. Mathewson and his support were su
perior. Overall wrenched his back slightly
on the fourth hall he pitched and retired
in the first inning. Thorpe hatted for
Matthewuon in the ninth and Wiltz went
in the box. Score:
New York— AB. R. if O. A. E
Burns. If. 4 2 0 0 ft o (
Shafer, 8b. 1 2 3 a 1 ] .
Fletcher, ss. 4 1 2 3 4 0 j
Doyle, 21 >. 3 2 2 3 4 01
Herzog. 2b. <» a a 1 a a
Merkle. lb. 3 1 1 9 1 ll j
Murray, rf. 1 1 3 3 I a i
Myers, c. 5 a a 4 ft ft I
Hartley, c. 1 ft ft 1 ft o
Snodgrass, cf. 2 1 1 2 0 ft
•McCormick . 1 a a a o o {
Mathewson. p. 3 1 a a l u i
••Thorpe, cf. I '» 1 1 ft ft
Wiltz. p. <* ft ft ft l a1
Totals . 35 11 13 27 13 1
•Batted fr oSnodgrass in ninth.
•Batted for Snodgrass in ninth
Chicago— AH. R. H. O. A. I-:.
Leach, cf. 1 a | 2 1 a
Evers, 2b. I ft i* 1 ft ft
Clymer, rf. » ft ft 4 o o
Zimmerman. 3b. ..3 0 1 7 1 1
Saier. lb. 4 1 3 4 ft ft
Mitchell, If. 4 1 ft 3 ft a
Bridwell, ss. * 1 2 1 4 1
Archer, c. 4 ft 2 5 3 2
Overall, .. ft ft ft ft ft ft
Richie, .. 0 0 0 0 ft ft
Liefleld. .. ft (> 0 ft 2 0
Lavender, p. •» ft ft ft ft ft
[•Phelan . 1 0 0 0 0 0
Totals . "5 3 9 27 11 4
•Batted for Lavender in ninih.
Score by innings;
New York . 306 000 220-11
Chicago . 010 (wo 002— 3
Summary: Two base hits, Doyle, Shafer.
Three base bits, Shafer, Safer. Hits Over
all n in 0 innings; Richie 2 in 2 innings;
Liefleld 2 in 2-3 inning; Lavender 7 in i, 1-3
Innings; Mathewson 7 in S innings; Wiltz
2 in I Inning- Sacrifice Hies. Alerkle, Snod
grass Stolen liases, Doyle 3, Mitchell,
Alerkie, Mathewson, Shafer. Saier 2, Brid
well 3. Archer. Double plays, Doyle to
Alerkle; Bridwell to Saier; Archer to Zim
merman. First on balls, Richie 4, Mathew
son 1. Lavender 3. Hit by pitcher, Lav
ender i Merkle). Struck out. Mathewson
4, Lavender I Time, 2:10. empires, Ems
lie and O'Dav.
Cardinals Finally Triumph
St. Louis, June 9.—St. Louis defeat
ed Boston today J 2 to 6 in a slow con
[base]
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ATLANTA
Two Games Today
First Game ZilS
All Grandstand and
Bleacher Tickets for
games on sale at Tyson’s
Cigar Store, 4th avenue
and 20th street.
«•
test. Three visiting pitchers were
driven from the mound. Sallee opened
the sixth inning with a homer into the
right field bleachers. Score:
St. Louis— AH. It. li. <>. A. E.
Huggins, 2b. 2 3 1 2 3 0
Sheckard, rf. .. . 3 2 1 2 0 0
Oakes, cf.3 I 2 4 1 0
Mow re y, 3 b.-1 3 I 0 2 2
Ivonetchie, lb. . 3 2 2 lo 0 o
Magee, If.4 0 3 2 0 0
Hauser, ss.5 1 1 5 3 0
McLean, c. i 0 0 2 1 U
Sallee, p.4 U 1 0 2 0
Totals . 32 1 2 12 27 12 2
Boston— AH. R. H. O. A. E.
Maranville, ss. .4 2 l 4 4 •»
Myers, lb.» 1 0 10 0 1
Lord, If. 5 1 3 2 0 0
Smith, 2b. 3 0 0 2 1 0
Titus, rf. I 0 l o 0 o
Mann, cf. 4 o a 2 0 o
Devlin, 3b.2 1 1 2 l a
Rnriden, c. 4 1 2 2 3 0
Perdue, p.1 o o o 1 »»
James, p.1 o 1 o 2 a
Strand, p.0 o o o o o
Noyes, p.1 0 l o ] o
•Mitchell . 1 o 0 o o n
Totals . 35 « 10 21 13 1
•Batted for James in sixth.
Score by innings:
Boston . 001 032 000— H
St. Louis. 203 025 00*—12
Summary: Two base hits, Lord, Ma
gee. Three base hits, Ivonetchy 2, Ti
tus. Home runs, Maranville, Sallee. Hits,
Perdue 5 In 3 innings, James 2 in 2,
Strand 1 in 1-3, Noyes 4 In* 2 2-3. Sac
rifice lilts, Movvrey, (Jakes, Maranville,
Smith. Double play, McLean to Hug
gins, Bases on balls, Jerdue 3, Sallee
4, James 3, Strang 3, Noyes 1. Hit by
pitcher, Noyes (Mowrey), Struck on'.
Sallee ♦». James 1. Passed Ball Rari
den. Wild pitch, James. Time, 2:1.7.
Umpires, Brennan and Evans.
THE “G.A.L.” RESULTS |
Played. Won. Lost. Pet.
Gadsden . 28 17 II .607
Talladega . 28 J 7 II .607
Opelika . 28 15 13 .536
Anniston . 31 11 17 .452
La Ora nge . 2 7 12 15 .Hi
Newnan . 27 1 1 16 .40 7
Collins’ Work Features
Newnan, Ga., June 9.—Collins’ spleuniJ
twirling featured tuda>*s game with An
niston. Besides holding the visitors at
tlic bat, lie- Newnan pitcher secured three
hits, two of which ueie home runs. Score;
Anniston— AH. Jt. 11. O. A. K.
Donaldson, ss. 3 u 0 3 * <j •*
Stephenson. rl'. .... 4 0 o o o o
Hannon, 2b. 1 1 1 1 3 o
F. Henry, li. 4 i j o o o
Askew, 11*. 1 2 3 7 o j
Cooper, cf. . 1 0 0 2 o o
Riggins, 3b. 2 0 0 1 3 0
Shepherd, c. 4 0 0 8 9 0
Young, p.. 3 0 0 0 l 0
Totals . 32 4 6 24 / j
Newnan— AB. R. H. O. A. E.
Mi Craney, 3b. ... . 5 0 1 > 0 1
Cole, ss. 6 2 2 0 ; o
Howell, 2b.. 1 1 1 3 J l
Craven, rf. 4 l 2 o i» u
Griffin, lb. 5 t 4 3 0 0
Robinson, cf. 4 1 2 0 0 0
Bagwell, If. 4 12 10 0
Rice, c. 5 0 0 11 1 •*
Collins, p. 5 2 3 0 3 0
Totals . 39 12 17 27 11 2
Score by innings:
Anniston . 010 300 0M>— \
Newnan . 201 HI SO*—12
Summary: Two base hits, Hannon.
Bagwell. Home runs, Bagwell 1. Collhis 2.
Base on halls. Young 6, Collins 2. Struck
out, Young S, Ct llins 9. Passed had.-,
Shepherd 1. Rice i. Time, 2:00 Umpire,
Cole.
FEDERAL LEAGUE
At St. Louis: St. Louis o, Pittsburg 6.
At Indianapolis: Indianapolis 9, Coving
ton 3.
APPALACHIAN LEAGUE
At Rome: Rome 12, Bristol 0.
At Morristown: Morristown 1, Johnson
City 2.
At Knoxville: Knoxville 9, Middles
boro 1.
Louisville Acquires Kills
Wichita, Kan., June 9.—W. E. Ellin,
pitcher of the Wichita Western league,
was sold to the Louisville, American as
sociation team for a cash consideration
and Pitcher Nick Maddox.
Tolson Sold to Roanoke
Mobile, June 9.—(Special.)—Pitcher Tol
son, secured by Mobile last year from
Annapolis, sold outright today to Roa
noke, Va.
McGraw Plans Trade to
Secure Big Train Konetchy
'■ Little Napoleon Rumored to Have Offered Mcrkle. Bates and
Fromme for Star First Sacker of Cardinals—Will Aid Both
Clubs, With Giants on Heavy End.
To firmly entrench his last traveling Giants fur a race for
the hunting, Manager Muggs\ McG'raw is reported to he dick
ering for Konetchy, of the Oardiuals. Offering Mcrkle, From
me and Bates for the "heavy hitting first sacker, report has it
that the Giant pilot will effect a trade witii Huggins for the big
Pole.
The baseball world was puzzled for
some moons for a solution of the dlff -rt nt
trades wbi-di the little Napoleon \va
effecting. First, he disposed of * ‘.I • *:.!F ’
Pcvdfo, Antes and Stock for Smith paw
Frommc* of the tledn. Following thi
swap, the New York lender s»rm cd • Har
vard Kddle" Grant from the Hods for a
bonus of $35n0. Now. according to the
New York Sun. it Is rumored that thesp
two new acquisitions will he include i with
Merklc for the star first baseman of the
Cardinals.
Should the exchange he effected, it i
not doubted that MeGraw will sir.-ngtli
en his chili lor the gruelling lace with
Dooln's Daisies. Konetchy is on * of * 11 »
foremost exponents of the first cushion
and is also an exceedingly desirable play
er. The players offered in exchange to
Huggins are good players and they would
bo Is to Up the low l- «7a rdhmls. Mvrklo
is playing a remarkable game at first,
hitting over the centum mark anti field
ing wi ll. However. M* i kle i. I.r'knig
•n ijtib’k thinking, although he is a very
wbl* player.
I'tomme lias done little during the last
few seasons, but Harry MeH-an. the
• atelier ot‘ the (’ordinal*, lias been boost
ing tie- former Iteds in tin* m •• s and to
the manager. and it is thought that his
words have influenced the little man*
ag<y T ; re »v;is little explanation as to
Vvhy flrant been me a <ilant. and the mvs*
lem was not cleared up until the uh
iioinuemrnt of *he proposed that,
Wiiilc Huggins, no doubt, thinks .> great
'• al of ids >Uw i'll m? sucker, •\oiiet ehy A
lie.siiau* ' in coming to the terms off red.
a lid the necessity of semiring a third
mo. ker and a twb ier. have probably
•uue-d him to mmcldei* the I»al. How
< ver tlie* matter has been learned indirect*
!\ ami may prove a “probable trade.”
AMERICAN LEAGUE
STANDING
Played. Won. Lost. IVt.
Philadelphia . 46 3G 10 ..83
Cleveland . 48 at 14 .708;
Washington . 17 25 22 .632 j
Chicago . .*>0 26 2 1 .520;
Boston .15 21 2 1 .53; i
Detroit . 51 20 *u .303 j
St. Lotlis . 54 20 3 4 .370 1
New York . 4 5 1 1 34 .25 1 J
Tigers Down Nationals
Washington, dune 9. Detroit's ox-j
cellent all round playing, aided by I
Washington s errors and Hughes* wild
ness gave the visitors th» game her
today, t; to 1. (Jobb and Willett knocked
home runs. Score:
Detroit— AB. K. 11. O. A. 14.
Bi sh, ss. t 1 1 2 5 U i
Vitt, 2b. 4 0 o 2 3 o j
Ciawford, if. ..4 0 2 2 0 0
Cobb, cf. i 2 2 3 0 t* {
Veach, If.3 1 0 i 1 0 |
Gainor. lb.4 0 1 12 0 U I
Morin rity, 3b. . 4 1 2 3 I o j
McKee, c. 1 0 1 2 1 o .
Willett, p.2 I i o 1 o !
Dubuc, p. 1 0 0 o 1 0
Totals . 34 6 10 27 16 ».
Washington— AH. K. H. o. A. K.
A.oelltr, If.4 l 1 2 0 i
Milan, cf.4 1 0 2 1 1
Morgan, 2b.2 1 1 1 1 0
Gandll. lb.3 l 3 13 o o
Daporte, 3b. I o 1 1 3 I
Calvo, if.4 0 o 1 o o
McBride, ss. 3 0 0 2 it o
Henry, e. 1 0 2 5 3 I
Hughes, p. 2 0 0 o o n
Gallia, p.o o 0 o 2 o
•Williams . l.o o 0 o o|
••Schaefer . 1 0 1 0 o oj
Totals . £2 4 7 27 15 I j
•Batted for Hughes in sixth.
••Batted for Gallia in ninth.
Store by innings
Detroit . ioo m oo «;
Detroit . 300 111 O0(l—0
Summary: Two base hits, Bush, Moel
ler, Schaefer. Three base hit, Alorlarity.
Home runs, Cobb, Willett. Hits, llughcs
8 in G innings. Gallia 3 in 3, Willett 3
in G, Dubue 1 In 3. Sacrifice hits. Vltt.
Willett. Stolen liases. Cobb 2, Alorlarity.
Bases on balls, Willett 5. Dubue 1,
Hughes *1. Gallia 2. lilt by pitcher,
Hughes! Cobb). Struck out, Dubue 1,
Gallia 2. Wild pitches, Willett. Time,
2:05. Umpires, Hildebrand and O’Dough
lin.
Boston Checks Kalkenberjf
Boston, June 9. — Falkeuberg's string
of 10 consecutive victories was
ended by the Red Sox today, Cleveland
being beaten 4 to 1. Falkenberg was
taken out in the seventh to allow Lajoie
to bat for him. But the elongated
twirler hail some consolation a dispatch
from Washington announcing the arrival
of a sou. Score:
Cleveland AH. R. II. < i. A. hi.
Johnston, lb.5 1 0 10 1 0
Chapman, ss. 4 0 1 0 2 0|
oh* ,i, :;i». 1 o 1 2 1 »>
Turner. 2 b. I (> 0 2 2 0
.1 h k.son. rf. I 0 1 0 0 i)
Ryan, rf. I 0 1 1 u o
Graney, If. ....... 3 o 0 ♦] o o
( aris h, c. ... .*.3 0 0 3 1 l
Falkenborij, p. 2 0 2 0 1 <»
Mitchell, P. 0 0 0 0 1 if
•La.joie . I 0 0 « 0 i*
Totals .3 1
Boston AB. It. II t>. A. 15.
I looper, rf.4 I 2 * 0 0
Yerkes. 2b. 4 I 2 2 5 0
Speaker, rf.3 0 o 2 0 0
Lewis, If.3 o «) 4 o 0
Gardner, 3b. i I 10 2 0
Logic, lb. 1 0 I 12 o 1
Wagner, ss." l 1 i> 3 l
Carrigan. c.3 o 0 l 1 o
Hedient, p. 3 a o o 3 l
*<• Lrliv.lt . 10 10 I. 0
•••Lcibold . t 0 0 o o o
Totals .30 l 7 27 M 3
* Hated for Falkenberff in seventh.
*• Hatted for Carisrh in ninth.
*** Hatted for Mitchell in ninth.
Score by innings:
Cleveland ..out) ooo oio- t
Heston .010 OPi 11a 4
Summary: Two-lmse hits, .larks an
Yerkes. Three-base hit . Johnson,
Hooper, Wagner. I tits. Kalkenberg 7. in
il innings, Mitchell 2 in 2 innings. Sac
rifice hit, Lewis. Stolen bases. Chap
man, Lttlkenberrr. Double play, Gardner,
Yerkes to h'ngle. First oti balls. Fair
kcnuberk I, Mitchell I. Hedient 1. Struck
out. Fa 1 ken berg 1, Bllehcll 2, Hedient l.
Wild pitches, Falkcnborg l. Mitchell 1.
Time 1:47*. empires Connolly and Me
Greavey.
Hoot Man! Killies Win!
New York, .iuno !• The New York
\inoiieans defeated Chicago today l
to 1. The Highlanders won by bunch
ing infield hits tiff Cicotte in the fifth.
For i was Hit hard In spots, but good
support pulled him out of several tight
places. Score:
Chicago— AH. It. II. O. A. H.
Rath, ,2b. I 0 1 0 2 0
Herd. 3b.4 0 I 2 J l
Chase, lb. \ •» 0 12 I 1
Collins, rr.4 o o 1 u o
Bod it*, If. I I 1 1 0 0
Mattkk. cf.3 0 2 I 1 0
Weaver, ss.3 0 y 4 2 ■>
Schalk, c. 4 0 1 3 2 ()
Cicotte, p. 1 n 0 0 4 0
•Fournier . I u 1 0 » 0
Range, p.0 n 0 0 0 0
v ' Fasterly . I a u 0 0 0
White, p. 0 0 0 0 l o
♦•♦Schaller . I o 0 u o u
Totals . 3 1 1 H 2 1 15 2
New York— AH. It. J l. O. A. K.
Ilart/.ell, rf. ... 4 1 2 0 U a
Wolter, cf. I 0 0 I a a
Horton. ... a l 7 o u
Crei*. if. 3 y o i a
Siveency. e.2 ll 1 {♦ 1 0
McKechnie. 2b. . t 1 1 4 4 i
Midklff, 3 b. ... 3 0 1 I 2 0
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