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Results in National League
THREE TEAMS TIE
FOR FIRST PLACE
Morning Games Placed Cubs,;
Phillies and Giants on
Equal Terms.
ST. LOUIS DEFEATS PIRATES
New York Loses to Philadelphia, j
and Boston Wins From
Brooklyn.
Chicago. July 4.?Chicago tied Phila?
delphia and New York for first place
in the National League pennant race
bv winning the morning game from
Cincinnati to-day. > to 3. Pitcher ,
Keefe. of Cincinnati, hi'.o one bad in - '
ning. After walking two men he '.im.s !
an error, and was then touched for i
eve hits, two of which were home
rung and one a double. Richter, bt I
Chicago, pitched a fine game. but i
weakened in tbe last inninc. when
veur hits ar.d a base on balls aetted
two runs Hoblltzell's home run co :rl- ?
ed the other run. Clarke's hard Was ?
badly hurt in the first fnning ihd he
retired. Score:
Chicago. Cincinnati.
Ai'. H O A E All K O A E
Ehcek'd. I.'. : 0 S 0 0 Bescher. If 3 1 ? 0 0
Schulte, rf 4 110 0 Down'y. rs 2 0 6 .4 0
llofman. lb 1 1 111 Aim Ida, ?t? 2 l 0 0 9
Good*, ?f.. * 1 1 0 0 Bates, cl. :, 0 .' 0
Zlaa'an. 2'o. t 1 3 : 0 Hob'zel. ti> 3 t 10 o 0
Povle. Sb... 4 113 0 Bt'Ck. lb... 11 I 0 t>
Tinker, ss. 4 1 0 3 OMltch'H, r! t 2 I 0 0
Archer, c... 2 17 2 0 Mar*'nil, rf 2 10 0 0
Richter, p. S 0 0 0 0 Grant. 5?.. 2 0 ?"? 2 0
Brown, p... 0 0 0 0 OAltlztr. ss 10 10 0
Epar.. Ib.. 4 1 I 6 0
Clarke, c. 0 0 0 0 u
M'Lcan. c. 0 0 1,0 A
Sevorol.l. c ! 1 1 ft 0
Keefe. p... 2 0 9 11
retai* ..31 7 27 11 1 Totals ...33 8 24 13 1
?cor? by Innings: R.
Chicago .0 0 S 0 0 0 ft 0 ??* :
Clnclnnau .0 0 0 1 0 0 o 0 !?1
Summary: Runs?SheeKSrd,'Schtilt*, Tot
man, Ocod>?. Zimmerman. Tinker. Archer. '
Richtet. Hob?tzel, E?an. Keefe. Two-base j
hits?Zimmerman. Doyle. Home runs? ,
Schulte. Tinker. Hoblltsel. sacrir.ee hit?j
Dowr.t-y. Double plays?Grant to Egan to
Beck: Tinker in Zimmerman to Hcimnn ;
Left on bases?Chlcaso. 2: Cincinnati. 11. I
Hits-O.T Richter. 5 In S l-S Innings; oft I
Brown. 0 in 2-3 Ir.ninc- First base , r. fci.'.is? !
Off Richter. 7. oft Keefe. 3. Struck our?3>
Richter, fi: by Keefe, - Time ei sun?. I I
hours, empires. Johnston* and Eason.
TIED FOR FIRST PLACE
Philadelphia. P... July 1.?The Phila?
delphia Nationals Cefcatcd New Y tU.
11 to 7. In the morning game and tied
the leaders for rtrst place. Doolun was
put out of the game for disputing with
L'mplre O'Day when calleil out un
strikes. Both teams hit the ball very |
hard. Jmt Philadelphia's safeties were
made In bigger bunches. Score:
New Vurk. Philadelphia.
AB H O A E AB H O A E
Devore. If.. i 2 3 0 0 Kr.?b*. Jb. 4 2 2 3 1'
Doyle. 2D... 4 0 3 0 1 raiktrt, Cf 4 0 4 0 0
S'grass. cf. 4 3 1 0 0 Loben. Ib. S011 0
ilurrav. rf. 5 2 1 0 0 Mage*, if ., lot 0
Merk>. lb. 0 3 > 0 C Lud us. lb. ? 2 9 0 0:
Brldeli. ?s. 4 10 5:1 WaUh, rl . i I I 0 0
Devlin, lb. I 1 11 I Doftlan, ss. 10 13 0
Myers, c.. . S 0 S 0 0 Lehr, ss .. 1 0 0 1 0
Wilson, c... 2 1 2 1 ODooln. c... 4 1 ? 1 2
Wilts*, p... 0 0 0 0 0 Moor*, p. . 1 1 0 0 11
Dor.lm' ...1 0 t 0 OBeebc: .. .0 0 0 0 0:
Ames, p? 2 0 0 3 0 chai'ers. p 4 1 0 0 1 j
Maro/rd. p. 0 0 0 1 0
Drue's*, p . 0 0 0 0 0
Becken .... 1 0 o * o
Tottis ...40 13 20 11 3 Totals 3? 12 27 !* S
?Batted for wntte In third.
tnttted for Marqusrd jn eighth.
Score bv Innings. R. i
New York.0 0 0 0 1 0 0 C 2? 7 j
Philadelphia .0 2 0 l 0 4 l : ??11 I
Sumrsary: Runs?Devore. Doyle. anoigrass
(2). Murray. Mtrkle iJ,. Kr.abe. L'.bert. Ma.
site. Luelvrus Walsh, Doolon 13). Dooln (2). :
Chalmers. Two-bas? hits?Devore, Devlin,
Murray. Doeln ?2?. Waith Thr*?-bas* bin
?Pevnr*. Murray. Sacrifice hits?Mas**,
J?asV:*rt, Knab*. Stolen bases? Merkle and i
Waith. Pitchers' record: Hits?Off Ames 7
In 17 times at hat In ! 2-3 lnr.lr.gi. erf M ir
ejuard o in 8 t!m?s *t hat ir. 1 1-3 lontnci
of.' Druck*. 1 in 4 time- ?.t bit :n 1 laalagl
off Moore, 7 in '.? times at bat in o innings;
off CjV'JJT.er*. .-. ir. '.: :. rr.es nr. bit In 3 :.-.
rtirtes^"Left if. Vases?New York, '.'': Phila
dcn>1ils'.*10. First base or, b*;:s?Ort Wilts*.
1: off Arne?. ;: off Marnuard. 1: off Drucke,
1; off Moor*. 2: off Chalmers, 1. First base,
on errors?X*w yorl:. .'. Philadelphia, 2.
Struck mil?By Wlltfe, 1: by Ames. 1: by
Marquard. I; by Moor* < by Chauncri
Hit by pitcher?By Ames. 1 (Mag**); by
Chalmers. 1 (Sr.odgrass). Tim* of c\rr.?.
1:0(1 Umpires. O'Day and Rigler.
WINS OUT IN NINTH
Brooklyn. July 4?Boston won the
morning gume, ?. to 2 Brookivn tied
the score in the c'pi.th. P.ueker. who
relieved Knetzer. had two e,u-L ani two'
strikes o? Pfeffer in the nir,th. \-hc-n
the latter doubled ,-,nd scored the v. ri?
lling run on Sweeney's two-bagger. !
^Zimmerman u< c?-pt< d eleven chanoo il
third Score'
Boston. Brooklyn.
AB It O A E ABHOAE
gweeney, 2b * 1 0 0 0 Dav'son, cf 0 2 1 0 0
Tenr.ey. lb. '.'17 1 ODAuh t. lb .1 : R 0 0
Herzop. s.? ?114 o Wheat. If Jr.; t.
R. MUT. rf 4 0 2 o (I Hurr.VI. Jb. .Ilia 0
Ing*rton, If 0 3 1 0 GC'oulron. rf 1 0 1 e. r,
Kling, c... 3 : i ozitn'an, lb. I r. "? j u
Kaiser, ct.. 3 0 2 0 ft Smith, ss 0 ! ', ?
P.arlden. St. o l ft i l Miller, * o ft < ? f]
M'TigTie. p. I o ', ? 8 Knetzer, j> l n >, i n
Pf*.ff*r, p... 1 1 0 9 0 Teeiey* ... 1 ft 0 ?'. 0
Rueker. p. 0 0 o 6 *
Erwlnt .... 1 i f, ?? r,
lotM? ...? t? 27 13 1 Totals . 30 r r. IS ~i
?Paf.*d for Knetzer eighth;
?ORatted .'er Rueker In ninth
Score by Innings p.
Boston .0 ! ft 0 ft 0 0 1 1?S
Brooklyn . .00000? ft : ft?;
Summary: Run??Hersog, Kling. Pfeffer.
Davidson. Dauben Two.baae hits?Sw??.
r.ry. Pieffer. Davidson sacrifice hit?Kling
Bacrlnce fly?Co?lion. L?ft e,n baies?Bos?
ton, 7. Brooklyn. 7. First has* on errors
Boston. 1; Brooklyn, L Btolen buses?Tor?
ney. ir.gL-rton Doubl* playo?Herzog to
Rw?*r.e-y to T*r.r.e> . Zlmmcrmsn to Hum
reei to Daubcrt: Zimmerman to Daubert
Hits?off MeTlgUc, f. ir. 71-t lnn.ngs: off
Knetzer. 7 Ir. k Inning*. First base on halls
?Off McTlgue. 0. oft Pfeffer I, Struck out?
By McTigue. 7: by Knetzer. 3; by Ruck?! 1
Wild pitch?McTigue. Tim* of game, lit*
empires. Frary and Flnneran
ST. LOUIS DEFEATS PIRATES
Pittsburg, P.a.. Julv i ?St L'o'ilri de?
feated Pittsburg il a spirited game.
The local team was Crlpped with Claiko
111 and Miller ar.d McKechnli under n
tr.ree-davs' suspension; Score:
Plttabnrg. St. u>?ia
AB il O A 12 AB H O A E
Carey. If.. 2 1 3 0 ?Hug'lni. ibg 0 ?> V
Leach, rf. o 2 o ft o ;u . ?? , ,
Byrne. 3b . 2 0 0 U 0 K;:?. |i I ?> o
W?ro?r. s* 2 1 E 1 a Kor. y, lb. 2 is i
Flyno. lb... 0 o 5 2 0Evans 'r o i ? i
U'Cery. 2b 4 o a s o Mowrv ;b z. t i j
Wllsoc. rf.. 4 111 OOakes. cf.. s l o a
Plrr.oa. c. 4 1 4 2 0 Biiss. - i 1 s i
Steele, p. 2 1111 Harmon, p ? j r> 5
Totais ...;{? 7 27 14 1 Total* . "0 K 27 17
Score by Innings: f
'??'""* .2 0 o ' '? c, ft ft..;
ft. Louis.0 0 0 0 0 0 6 ?-a
Eummary: Ram-c?r?v, L?; :. r a
Keo*t?by. Evans. Two-base hits-Leach'
Wowrey .<2?. T>.tee-ba?? hit*?L*: h I .,
(1). Bacrlflt* hit-Mowrry. 't.-C: fl|e?
National League
KESI LT? VISSTEHDAY.
Chicago. S| Clucluuall, :i (luomlog
ChU-ngo, 2i Cincinnati, - (tea lu
uluga, afternoon km tue).
St? Louie. U| Pltmburs, - ?moruluK
Baute).
81. Louis, 1| Plttsburg, II (iitter
uoon gante)'
\? York, 7i Philadelphia, 11
(niornlUK unmc).
Xew York. B| Philadelphia, 7 taf
tcruoon sinne).
Bunion, 3) Brooklyn, - (niornluit
?:i nie?.
Boston, 2; Brooklyn. 4 inftcrunuii
game).
STANDING OK TUE CLl BS.
l.unt
Clubs. Won. Lost. P.C. Year.
Philadelphia . 43 20 .023 .402
Chicago . 42 2?. .dl* .051
.New York. 42 27 .Cl>:i .020
si. Louie. ?i? :;o .303 .44S
Plttsburg . . 3S SO .330 .332
Cincinnati .... 2!? 3'.) .42*1 .SOS
Brooklyn . 23 13 -3?s .410
Boston . 111 03 .232 .33 S
WHERE THEY PLAY TO-DAY.
Xen Aiirk ot Phlludelpbln.
st. Loula nt Plttsburg.
Boaton ai Brooklyn.
Other same not ?.chrdulcd.
Byrne. Osker. Stolen bases?Carey. E'.'.li
Double play??Flynn to Wagner to F.ynn.
Mowrey to R?netehy; Hau*er to Hufgins
t ? Koaetchy. Firs: base on ball??Oft Sie*'.e.
. ;?" H-.rrr.o-. : struck out?By r:?e.c, 3.
by Harmon. J. Lei: on biars??.; tsburs. S;
.?t Louis. ^ First bi?e on error?St. Louis, i.
Time of garr.?-. 1 v- Cmp;r?s. Kl*-m and
L<r?nnap.
Central Leasue
Club? Staudln*.
Piayi
Giants .
Highlanders. i
Hustlers
Stars .
P.C. j
.715 |
.571 j
?is
? 2SD l
Yesterday's Rvsult?.
Giants, .": Hustlers. 4.
Highlanders, 20; stars, S.
Where They Play Saturday.
Hustlers vs. Stars, at Spring HiU.
Hisi.lai.ders va. Giants, nt Byrd
Park
Stars Outclassed Highlanders.
The Highlanders defeated the Stars
on Spring HIU diamond to the tune of ;
20 to 3, yesterday. The Highlanders
ran round the bases until they got j
tired, and they tatted when hits meant
runs Ricker, a new man for the
Highlanders, was the star batter for
his team out of five times to the plate,
he got two two-baggers, one triple
and two singles. The Stars played a
loose game in the field. The Hlg'i
landers b_tted out four pitchers. Tne
greit battery work of Schaplro and
Krinst was a feature of the game.
Score by innings: R. H.
Highlanders ..0 1.- 6 1 3 5 0 1?20 17 2
Stars' .20010000 0? 3 5 4
Batteries: Sci.aplro and Ernest;
Whitten, vest. Jenkins, Saundera and
Biar.rtensi-.lp.
Summary: 1 wo-base lilts?RicUer
(2), Kelley, King, Johnson, Lohwasser,
ConnelL Three-base hits?Ricker and
King. Struck out?by schuplro. T, by
Whitten, 4; by Jenkins. 2. Bases on
bails?Schapiro. 4; Whitten. 4; Vest. 1:
Jenkins. 2. Hit by pitched balls?
Ciucci and Johnson. Time or game,
two hours and ter. minutes, empires,
Kessler ar.'S Monroe Attendance, 200.
Hustlers Defeated.
The Giants defeated the Hustlers
m an excitir.g game of ball at Byrd
Park yesterday morning by the score
iit 5 to 4. T!..j Hustlers nad the game
up to ti.e r.ir.tr. inning, when Onesty
weakened, and after two outs, walked
:he next batter and then Barrett
singled and Eubar.d followed with a
two-bagger, scoring both men and
winning the ga.v.e. Tr.e features of
the game was the star playing ot
Robineau at second for the Hustlers,
and the fielding and playing of both
teirr.s. The. Hustlers play the .stars at
Spring lilll Saturday, July S.
Score by Innings: R.H. E.
Batteries: Barrett and Moles. Gne?t/
ar.d Blechoff.
Summary Two-base hits?Nichols.
Hiller ar.'l Euband. Three-base hits?
Carr Struck cut?by Barrett. 3; by
Onesty, ll Base on bolls?by Barrett,
1. by Onesty. 6. Time of game, two
hours. Attendance, HiO. Umpire,
Blackburn,
Tigers Defeat (lie Brooklanda,
The strong Brooklands were de?
le; ted by the Tigers lr. an exciting
eleven Inning contest yesterday rnorn
l'ng a tr.e Fair Grounds by the score
ot J to * Lyons, the Brooklar.d's
.?: first lacker, put Up a star game.
While Ancsrrow and Johnson starred
with the stick for tho Tigers, the
latter winning the game In the eleventh
i by a two-base hit. with Montgomery
on second.
Score by Innings: R. H. E.
Tigers .lot) 0 00 6 0 0 0 1?7 1? i
; Brooklond ..1 004 000 1 0 0 0?6 S 5
Batteries: For Tigers. Winters and
Va tghan-Lloyd for Brookland, wn
I kerson and vaugban.
SOUTH ATLANTIC LEAGUE
Morning Games,
At Savnnnftlii Augusta, l. Savannah,
Ai Columbus: Macon, i Columbus, s
At Jacksonville; Albany, j. Jaclcson
l vllle, l.
At Charleston: Columbia, ? Charl*s
i ton, 5
Afternoon flames.
At Columbus: MacOn, o Columbus 2
At Charleston: Columbia, Charles
I ton. l
At Savannah- Augusta. 3; fiavnn
finh. 2
At Jacksonville: Albany, l; Jackson
Vliie, s.
EASTERN LEAGUE
Morning Games.
At Rochester. Toronto, 1. Rochester
! 4
At Buffalo. Montreal. 2; Buffalo 3
At Jersey City: Newark, ?.. Jersey
,City. 7.
At Baltimore: Providence. Bl Balti?
more, 4.
Afternoon On me*.
At Rochester: Toronto, 2; Rochestor,
At Buffalo; Montreal. 6; .Buffalo, 2
At Baltimore: Provider/ce. l Buiti
rnoro. 17 /
At Newark: Jersey Cltt 4; Newark,
3 i ten innings). V
PHILLIES TAKE
PLACE OF GIANTS
Go to First Flace in National
League by Winning; After?
noon Game.
BROOKLYN LOSES TO BOSTON
Pittsburg Wins From St. Louis,
and Cubs and Reds
Tie.
Philadelphia, July 4?Philadelphia
Knocked New York oui of first plat e ;
by winning this afternoon's game by ,
T to 5. When play started Philadol- !
phi::. Now York and Chicago were in a 1
triple tie fur the lend in the National
League race The home team won
the contest by pounding Crandull's .ie
livery hard, Luderus getting two home
tuns i.r.d a single oft him. in the sev?
enth inning Crandal] was knocked tin- ;
corscious by a line drive off Dooln's
bat, the ba.l hitting the pitcher in the
l ihd. Muniuord took Crar.dall's place.
Right Fielder Walsh was overcome bv
the heat near the enl of. the game
utiJ had to be cat ried from the tlelU
New York. Philadelphia.
AB H O A E AU H O A E
Davor?, If., 5 0 2 0 1 Knabe. 2b. 4 1 3 J 0
Doyle. Ib... 5 2 2 ] 0 Paskcrt. c! I ! : 0 II
S'cr.ijs. cf. s l l i> 0 Lobert, ii>. i i : i o
Murray, rf. toil o>:ag?e. if.. 40400
Merkt?, lb. 4 1 12 0 " I.ud'us. ib. 4 3 S 0 0
Brld'ell, ss. 4 0 6 4 owiiih. rf . 4 1 0 l ?
Devlin, 3b.. 3 : 1 4 ? Lohr. rf... 0 0 0 0 0
Myers, c... 4 : $ 1 0 Doolan. M.I 1 1 i 1
Crandall, p S 2 0 .1 0 Doom. c... 4 2 7 0 0
Maio/rd. p. 0 0 0 0 0 Aicx'der. p 4 2 0 S 4
Amts, p_ooooo
Steuer" ... 1 0 0 0 0
TOtall .3? 5 24 11 1 Total? ...36 14 17 11 I
'Batted for Maiquard :n eighth.
Ntw York.0 10 0 0 1 3 0 0?5 i
Philadelphia .1 J <> 1 2 0 0 0 ??7 |
Summary: Rur.s?S.-.odgrass. Murray, Dev
lln, MerkU (I), Paskert, Luderus (i), Doo-1
Ian. Walsh, Doolr.. Alexander. Two-base
bits?Doyle, Doola <2>. Walsh. Doolan. !
Three-base hits?Doolan, Knabe. Home
runs?Ptakert, Luderus (I), Merkle. Sacrl
flea hit?Kr.aeo. Staler, bases?Snodgrass <2>.
MerkU, Libert. Double play?Murray to My
er?. Loft or. basts?New York. S: Phlladel- '
P.Va S- F.rs: base on error??New York.
1; Philadelphia. I. Hlts-Off Crandall. II
ir. S1-3 innings: off MarquarJ, 0 in 2-1 In- 1
r.lng; oft Ax.es 0 In 1 Inning. First base on
; balls?Off Cranda'.!. 2; off Alesander, 4. i
Struck out?By Crandall. I; by Marquard. 1; '
by Alexander. ". Time of game, 2:C5. Urn- !
! pir.s. Rigler and O'Day.
SCHARDT IS EFFECTIVE |
Brooklyn. July 4.?Brooklyn won the
afternoon game. 4 to 2, by bunching
hits off Perdue. Schardt was effective.
; The fielding of Hummel and Zimmer- 1
J man featured Score: I
Brooklyn. Boston.
AB H O A E Ali H O A E
Cavson. ef 4 2 4 0 0 Bwee'y, lb. 4 1 I 0 1
Daubert. ID I 2 10 2 e Tenaey, lb 1 0 7 .' 0
Wheat. If.. 3 1 1 0 0 Herzog. II. I 1 I I t
HUlh'el, 2b. 4 1 5 ? OMilier. rf.. 4 10 0 0
Coulson, rf. H I I Olng'ton, If. 4 2 10 0
Zlm'an. 3b. 3 1 3 4 1 Kling. 3b.. 3 2 0 0 0
Smith, es... 3 0 2 4 2 Kaiser, cf. 3 0 1 0 0
Erwin, c... 3 0 2 ? ORuridm. c 4 u 5 3 0
Schardt, p. 3 1 0 2 0 Perdue, p. 3 2 2 1 0
Jones' . 0 0 0 0 0
Totals ...30 5 27 IS 3 Totals ...32 S 24 s 1
?IJatlert for Perdue In ninth.
Score by Innings: R.
Boston .0 1000100 0?2
Brooklyn .0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 ??t
Summary: Runs?Herzog. Miller. Davidson
I (2). Daubert. Erwin. Two-base hits?Kllr.g.
Z'.rr.me.-ruan. Thr^e-base hit?Davidson.
Home run?Daubert. Sacrifice Cy?Kaiser.
: Stolen bases?Sweeney. Herzo/t. Daubert.
Double plays?Rarlden to Sweeney; Smith
! to Hummel to Daubert (2). Left on bases
Boston. '?. Brooklyn. 3. Klrst base on error?
j?Boston, i: Brooklyn. 1. First base on ball?
; ?Off Pe.-cuc. I; oft Schardt, S. Struck out?
P.y Perdue, i: by Schardt. 2. Wild pitch?
: Schardt. Time of game, 1:53. Umpires, Tin
' r.erar. and F.-ary.
! GAME GOES TEN INNINGS
Chicago. July 4.?Cincinnati an.'. Clii- ,
:cago played a two-to-two tie thin af-|
iterncon. the frame btir.g called at the
end of the tenth lrnlng by agreement. 1
I to allow the players to catch a train.
The locals made their score? on a base
, on balls, two sacrifices, a hit and an'
[error, while the visitors made their
scores on an error, a base on balls, a
racrlrice and n double. Cole was, or?
dered from the grounds by Umpire
Eason for disputing a decision. While
Smith retired to allow Soverold to bat
for hinv Score:
Chicago. rUnrinnatl.
AB H O A E AB II O A E
Bheek'd, If 3 0 2 1 0 Bescher. If 4 0 0 0 1
' Schulte, rf. " 1 2 0 '.Bates, cf.. B 1 1 1 0
Hofman. ib 3 0 11 0 0 Hob'SSl, lb 4 1 14 1 0
Ciooie. cf.. 4 10 0 O.Mltch'll. rf 4 0 2 0 0
Zlm'an. 2b 3 1 2 4 0 Down'y, ??40130
Doyle. 3b ... 4 3 0 3 1 Grant, 3b . 4 12 0 0
Tinker. ss.. 4 0 t 2 ft Egsn. 2b... 4 1 0 7 0
Archer, e... 4 1 10 2 0 M'Lean. c 2 0 4 1 0
Cole, p. 3 0 0 2 0 ?everold. c 1 14 0 0
Brown, p. .. 0 0 0 0 0 Smith, p... ?2140
Salf . 10 0 0 0 Suggs, p... 10 10 0
Beckt . 1 0 0 0 0
- -
I Total? ...32 7 30 14 1 Total? 7 30 17 1
?Batted for Brow.-, in tenth.
I tuattod for McLean In eighth.
Chicago.00 0 2 0 1 0 00 0?2
Cincinnati .0 000 0 0020 0?2
Summary: Run??Sehulte. Goorte. Sevcroid.
, Beck Two-bas, h.ts?Archer. Hoblltzel and
? fc'evarold. Three-base hit?Schulte. Sacrifice
hits?ItofrhSn, Zimmerman. Bescher. Stolen
I ite?Hoblltx*). Double piaya-Vmlth to
I Honlltze: to Egon to Grant: Smith to Hob
Itzal Left on ?aar??Chicago, 4: Cincinnati.
6. Hits?Off Smith. S In 7 ir-nings, off Suggs.
; '-? In 3 innings, eft Cole. 6 In S Inning?; off
Brown. 1 In 2 innings First bass on halls?
Smith, i. off Cole, 1 Struck out?By
Cole. ?.. oy Smith. 5; by Suggs. 2; by Brown.
( J.rr.e <.'. name, 1:05, empires. Eison and
I Johnston*,.
EASY VICTORY FOR PIRATES
Plttsburg, Pa., July 4.?The aft-r
noon .ini?- was easily won by Pitts
r,y a score of 11 to 1. They :-.it
ball hard and often In the thud
Innings, getting seven hits. Including
two three-baggerc. netting thorn six
n.r.s. In the fourth inning Lauder
rnilk supplanted Steel and save four
? iset on balls, forcing a run. Then
Oeyer wu:t ser.t to the rubber, und
Ihre? runs were made while he pitch?
ed Hendrlx v.-;.n stfong from start to
finish. Sr-jre:
Plttsburg. SI. r.i.nlh.
AB 11 O A E AB M O A E
ir*y, if-. 4 0 2 0 0 Hug'Ins, 2b 2 o t 4 0
Letch, ef- 3 2 10 OMage?. 2b. 2 1 0 0 0
Ii r.?, 2b.. 4 12 3 ft H?user, ss. 4 1 3 4 0
Wagner. ?S 3 2 I 2 0 Ellis. If.... 2 0 4 1 0
Plyan, lb... X 0 10 l o Kon'y. lb. 2 o 10 o o
M I it v. 2b 4 2 0 7 ft Evans, rf.. 4 16 0 1
Wilson, rf 2 1 1 0 OMowr'y, 3b 4 0 : 2 0
.. r.... 4 2 3 0 OOakes. cf . 4 2 2 0 0
ll?r.<lrix. p. 3 1 .2 0 0 Bliss, c... 4 0 2 1 1
Steel, p.... loooo
Lnud'llk. p ft 0 0 1 0
G?J ? r p . 2 1 0 1 0
' Smith* .... l o o o o
T Otals ...31 11 27 33 0 Total? ...22 ?24 15 2
?Batted for Geyer In ninth.
Plttaburi .1 0 ( 4 0 0 0 0 ??n
Louis.o looftoooo?i
? .i::r.-.ary: P.uns-rarey, Leach <2>, Byrno
(J), v.'agr.er (3), F^ynn. McCarthy. Wllion.
Henrtrix, Konetchy. Two-haa* hit?<leyer.
Thr?e-ba?t hit*--Byrne. Wagner. Hendrlx.
vMi.fl'? ritt??Mauser. Laach, sacrir.ee fly?
Wilson si'.len baasa?Leach. Wagner. Wll
? ??. !!?? isei Left .,n bases?Plttsburg, 4:
S| Louis, 4j Hits?Off Steel, 8 In 3 Inning?;
off i ludermllk. 0 In 1-3 Innln?; off Geyer. S
:?. ; innlns? Plrst base* on halls?Olf
.-t?'. 1. off Laudarmllk. 4. off Geyer, 1.
BtriKk out?By Hendrlx. 2, by Oeycr, L
Tin,,- rf game, 2:10. Umpires, Brennan and
Klans.
TARS SPLIT EVEN
WITH DANVILLE
Bugs Win Opening Game, and
Norfolk Takes Second,
ii to I.
(Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Norfolk. Va.. July 4.?orfolk spilt
even with Danvlllo to-duy at Athletic I
Park, losing the morning game '.'
1 and winning the afternoon eontost In I
a wolkover 11 to 1. Both games were
witnessed by the largest crowds of j
the season.
In the Brat game. Stark was matched
against Mayberry. and the Veteran had
little on the Cleveland youngster. The'
Bugs bunched hits in the tlrsi inning. |
ami pushed two runs over the disk.
Norfolk's lone run came in the second.
In the afternoon game Hunks was
hit all oVcr-thc lot. and was replaced
by Morgan, who fared a little better
The scores:
FIRST G 1MB.
Danville.
AB. H. O. A. E.
Morgan, ss. 4 1 2 3 0
Laughlin, If. 12 2 10
Schr?der, lb. 3 1 4 1 0
Jackson, 2b. 4 l 3 2 o
Kauffman. cf. 2 1 4 0 o!
Cooler, ah. 4 0 1 3 0
Griffin, i f. 4 l 3 o o
Smith, c. 4 0 6 2 ol
Mayberry, p...'. 3 o 2 l 0
Totals .32 7 27 13 Oj
Norfolk.
AB. H O. A. E. '
Kirchcr. cf. 3 0 3 0 0|
Dodge. 3b. 4 1 5 2 0 1
j"Un"b. ss. 4 1 0 2 0 j
Block, rf. 3 0. 1 0 ol
Staub, if. 3 1 1 0 <l|
Law. lb. 3 0 9 1 0 :
Shaw. 2b. 3 0 i 2 1 I
Phelan, c. 3 l 3 o n:
Stark, p. 0 0 2 1 0
Finneran. p. 0 0 n o o!
'Walsh . 1 0 0 0 Ol
Finneran. p. 0 0 0 0 n!
Walsh . 1 0 n o o;
Totals .2S 4 37 R 1 i
?Batted for Stark In seventh.
Score by innings: R.
Danville .2 0 0 0 0 ft 0 0 0?2
Norfolk .0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0?1
Summary: Two-base hit?Laughlin. .
Three-base hit?Phelan Stolen base?
Kauffman. Double play??Law (un?
assisted!. Laughlin to Smith. Buko on
balls?off Mayberry, 6; off Stark. 1.
Left on bases?Norfolk. 6: Danville. .">.
Struck out?by Mayberry. S; by Stark,
3. Time, 1:45, Umpire. Render.
SECOND GAME.
Danville.
AB. H. O. A E.
Morgan, ss and p. 2 0 0 3 0
Laughlin If and ss. 2 0 1 l l
Schr?der, lb. 4 0 12 1 0
Jackson, 2b. 4 1 1 4 0
Hoffman, cf and If. 3 1 2 0 0
Cooper, Sb. 4 12 2 2
Orlfflr.. rf and cf. 4 o 4 0 o
Smith, c. 3 2 1 0 0
Hanks, p. 1 1 0 0 0
Perryman. rf. 2 1 1 0 o
Totals .28 7 24 11 :<
Norfolk.
AB. H. O. A. E.
Kircher. cf.I 0 l 0 0
Dodge. 3b. 2 1 3 5 0
Babb, ss. 5 3 0 1 0
Block, rf. 4 0 10 0
Staub, If. S 3 0 0 0
Law, lb. B 2 12 2 0
Shaw, 2b. B 1 3 7 0
Phelan, c. 4 2 6 0 o
Flnneran, p. 4 0 1 1 0
Totals .36 12 27 16 0
Score by Innings: R.
Danville .OlOOOOOon? 1
Norfolk .1 0 4 5 01 0 0 ??11
Summary: Runs?Jackson, Klrcher.
Dodge (3). Babb (2). Block. Staub (2),
Law. Shaw. Two-base hits?Jackson.
Hoffman. Phelan. Staub (2). Stolen
bases?Jackson. Hoffman, Klrcher,
Dodge (2). Babb. Staub (2). Phelan.
Double plays?Dodge to Shaw to Law
to Dodge: Dodge to Law. Base on
balls?off Hanks. 3; off Morgan. 2: off
Finneran, 3. Hit by pitched balls ?
Hanks, l (Block). Hits?off Hanks. 2;
Morgan, 10: Flnneran, 7' Struck out?
by Morgan. 1: Finneran, 4. Time of
game, two hours. Umpire Ponder.
SOUTHERN LEAGUE
Morning Gumes.
At Atlanta: Nashville. 1: Atlanta, 3.
j At Birmingham: Montgomery, ?; Blr
, mlngham. 2.
At Chattanooga: Memphis, 6; Chatta
' nooga, 7.
Afternoon Games.
1 At Birmingham- Montgomery, 0; Blr
; mlngham, 4.
I At New Orleans: First game?Mobile,
1 ; New Orleans. 3. Second game?Mo?
tile. 0: New Orleans. 5.
At Chattanooga: Memphis. 4: Chatta?
nooga, 2
At Atlanta: Nashville, 1: Atlanta, 0.
Colored Baseball.
The Richmond Independents defeated
j the Petersburg Athletics In Peters
? burg yesterday by the score of C to
i 3. Battery for .Richmond, Cardwell
; and Dundon; Petersburg, Titrner and
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Results in American League
CLEVELAND MAKES
LEAGUE RECORD
Uses Nineteen Players in Morn?
ing Game and Defeats St.
Louis 6 to 5.
ATHLETICS DEFEAT NEW YORK
Detroit Loses to Chicago and
Washington Wins From
Boston.
Cleveland. O.. July 4.?Cleveland '.von
from St. Louis. 8 to 5. In thirteen In?
nings this morning, brcuklng n league
record by using nineteen players, In?
cluding four pitchers and three catch?
ers. Smith was forcud to retire be?
cause of being spiked, while F?llten
berg and Krapp were knocked out of )
the box. Gregg finished the gnma for]
Cleveland, and won It by singling und
scoring on Graney's double. Cleve?
land had frequent chances to win i
earlier, but threw those chances uway 1
by poor base running. Jackson's homo |
run gave Cleveland un early lead, but
St. Louis bunched hits in the eighth !
und tied It up. Score:
ClevrUnd. .-t. Louis.
AB KOAE AU H OA B !
Granoy, If.. 6 1 2 0 0 Shotton. cf 6 2 ( 0 Oj
Olson. ?...3 lit 0 Austin, lb. I 1 I t ?!
Jackson, rf 4 1 2 0 0 Selt zer, rf 6 } 0 0 0
Stovall. lb 5 2 13 1 0 Laporte. 2b < 2 4 2 0
B.r'ham. ell I I (I 0 Hogan. If.. 5 3 4 1 1'
Criggs. Jb.. 6 2 1 4 I Clarke, c. 4 2 4 3 0,
Mills 3b... 4 2 1 4 0 Stephen?. c 2 0 2 0 0
Turner. 3b. 1 0 1 0 0 u.ack. Ib.. i 0 13 - 0
Smith, c... 0 0 2 2 0 Wallace. ?1 ? 2 2*1
Kisher c... J 0 6 1 0 Nelson, p.. 3 0 0 a 0
Land. C... 10 10 OPelty, p .. 2 0 0 1 0
rsik'rg, p 3 0 3 j o
Harkn'tf, pi '. 000
Krapp, p... 0 0 0 0 0
Gregg, p... 110 10
Easterly' ..11000
Lajite? .... 0 0 0 0 0
Lindsay ?.. 1 0 0 0 u
Mitchell b.. 0 0 0 0 0
Totals ...4717 1? SO I Totals ,..(01(137 11 3
?One out when winning run was scores.
tBstted for Mills in eleventh.
tEatted for Fisher In eleventh.
zUaitcd for Harkr.ess In eleventh.
hK:n for I.alole In eleventh. j
Score by innings. B. I
Cleveland .0 01 001000001 1??
6t. Louis.0 00100030001 S-* ,
Summary: Runs?Olson. Jackson <2). Sto.
vail. Fisher. Gretrg. Austin i2>. Schweitzer.'
Laporte. Hogan. Two-base hits?Orlggs. Grn
aey, Harsness. c.arke <2>. Schweitser, Aus
tin. Home run?Jackson Sacrifice hits?
G.-aney. Laporte. Sacrifice, fly?Hogan.
Stolen hases?Flshar. Olson. Double plays
Smith to Stovall; Falkenhers 10 Olson:
Black to Wallace. Left on bases?Cleveland,
11; St. Louis, 9. Hits?Off Falkcnbcrg. U In
'? innings: off Harkness. 2 In S innings: off
Krapp. 2 In 1-3 Inning: off Oregg. 0 in 1 2-3
Inntngs; off Nelson. I in 7 Innings: off Pelty.
?8 In ?1-3 innings First bast- on balls?Off
Faistenberg, 1. off Nelson. J; olt Pelty. 4. .
Struck out?By Falker.hrrg. 3: by Harkr.ess. ?
2; by Oregg. I; by Nelson. 3; by Pelty. L
'First has- on errors?Cleveland. 1; St. Louis.,
i2 Wild pl'.ch'.-s-Falkenhorg (31. Pelty. Ha'.k
?Nelaon, Time of game. 3 hours Umpires.
Pernne and Dlr.eon.
COBB FAILS TO GET HIT
Detroit. Mich., July 4 ? Ed WalshI
i pitched Detroit out of first place In the
' morning game by defeating them,
to 3. It Is the first time Detroit has
last the lead this vear. Walsh was in?
vincible In pinches Manager Duffy |
did not accompany the Chicago team
to this city Harry Lord was In charge, j
lit was announced that Duffy has been!
I sent on a scouting trip by Owner Co- 1
ruiskc-y. This mornings game was the
tirst in the last forty-or.e games he has
Played In which Cobb failed to get a
I hit. Score:
Chicago. Detroit.
AB H O A E ABHOAE
M'Inf re, rf 5 2 2 4) ? T,>n?.s. !f..B 3 4 0 0
Lord. 3b.... 5 2 0 1 0 Bush. is... 2 12 3 0
Cal han. If. ( 1 3 0 ft Cobb. cf... 4 0 0 0 ?
Bodle, cf... C 3 0 0 OCraw'd, rf 4 1 2 0 0
M'Con'!!. 2b 5 2 1 3 0 Dvl.r'ty, lb 2 0 10 1 ?
r-o'.llns. lb.. 3 1 15 1 OMor'lty. 3b 3 1 1 4 0
Tan'hlll. ss 2 1 2 S OO'Le'ry. 2b 4 2 I 1 0
Sullivan, c. 4 2 4 3 0 Stanuge. c 4 1 4 2 0
Walsh, P-- 4 10 0 I Lively, p... J 0 0 4 1
Laflttc, p.. 0 0 1 1 0
Shsller* ..1 0 0 0 0
Schmidt? .110 0 0
Totals ...20 1(27 17 1 Totals ...S3 10 27 IS 1
?Hatted for Lively In seventh.
? natted for Larttte in ninth.
Scoro by Innings: R.
Chicago.1 2 0 1 1 0 0 1 1?7
Detroit .0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I 2?3
Summary: Runs?Mclniyre. Calihan. Bo.
die. McCor.nell, olllns, Tannahlll, Sullivan.
I Jones. De'.ehanty. Morlarlty. Two-base hits
?Lord. Collins. Callahan. Jones Sacrifice
hit?Tannehill. Stolen bases?Bodle. Cnlla
han. Bush. Double play?Collins to Tanne
hlll to Collins. Left on bases?Chicago. S:
Detroit, 7. First base on error?Chicago, 1.
Hlts-Off Lively. 11 In 7 innings: off Lafltte.
4 In 2 innir.ss. First base on balls?Off La?
fltte. 1; off Walah. 3. Struck out?By Walsh,
by Lafltte. 1. Hit by pitcher?By Lively.
1 (Collins). Time of game, 2:14. empires.
Evans and Mullen.
HIGHLANDERS DEFEATED
New York, July 4.?The Athletics de?
feated the Highlanders this morning
by hitting Vaughn hard In the sovonib.
Inning. Coombs was also bit hard aid
retired in favor of Bender at the end
of tiie sixth. Klepfer finished the gamo
for the Highlanders, it. being his major
league debut. Ho struck out threo men
in the two Innings he pitched ?core:
New York. Philadelphia.
ABHOAE ABHOAE
'Daniels, cf. a 2 3 0 0 Lord. rf... 6 3 0 0 0
: Woller. rf. 4 0 0 0 0 Oldrlng. cf 4 14 0 0
: Harfcl!. 3b 2 1 2 3 0 Strunk. If. 4 2 2 0 0
' Crec. If. 4 1 1 o 0 Baker, 3b. 4 1 3 l o
Knight, ss. 4 112 0 M'lnnls, lb 5 1 8 0 0
: Chase, lb.. 4 3 10 0 0 Barry, ss.. 3 0 3 1 1
' Gardner. 2b S 1 3 5 1 Derrick. 2b 3 0 1 4 0
Fitzgerald*. 1 0 0 0 0 Lapp, c. 3 n 1 0 0
; Wllk'on. 2b 0 0 0 1 0 Thomas, c 3 0 1 0 0
Sweeney, c. 3 0 3 1 0 Coombs, p. 3 3 0 3 0
Blair, e. 1 1 4 0 0 Bender, p. 1 o 1 0 0
Vaughn, p. 3 0 0 3 0
Klopfer, p. 0 0 0 1 0
Hemphlllt.. 1 0 0 0 0
-? ? -? _ _
Total? .. .35 1 0 27 16 1 Totals ...35 11 27 ? 1
?Batted for Gardner In eighth.
tBatted for Klepfer In ninth.
Scoro by Inninga: H
Philadelphia .?....0 1 1 0 0 0 4 0 1?7
iNcw York.>.0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 1?4
Summary: Runs?Lord (2). Oldrlng Bak
; er. Strunk. Coombs (2). Daniels. Knight.
Chase. Blair. Two-baae hlta?Coombs, Strunk
(2). Knight. Chase. Gardner, Lord. Three
base hlta?Daniel. Cree. Blair, sacrifice- hits
?Barry, Oldrlng. Sacrifice flies?Hartzell.
Baker. Stolen bases?Wolter (2), Baker
( Chaso. Oldrlng. Lord (2), Strunk. Left or!
. bases?New York. 7: Philadelphia. S. Double
plays?Derrick to Baker: Barn- to Mclnnis.
First base on balls?Off Vaughn. 2: off Klep
' fer. J: ort Coombs. 2; off Bender, l. Hits?
j Ort Coombs. 7 In 8 Innings; off Bendar, 3
In 3 innings: off Vaughn, 10 In 7 Innings: off
Klepfer. 1 In 2 Innings. Time of game. 1
; hours, rtmplres. Connolly .and OT.oughlln.
HEAT AFFECTS PITCHERS
j Boston. Mass.. July 1?The Washlng
I tons won the morning game from Bos?
ton, 6 to 4. two local pitchers getting
1 wild under the Inilucnce ol the Ixaal
American League
RESULTS YESTERDAY.
Wnshlnirtou, U| llostoa, 4 (murulDg
eu nie).
WiiHliluKtou, 3| Boatou, 4 (nfter
uuuit uiinie).
i'ii Iiiiii.-Ulliin. 7| New York, 4
(uiorulnt; tiauic).
Philadelphia, 11) New York, 0 tnf
ternoou tfumc).
Clllcuuo, 7| Dil roll, S du" nil ok
KU nie I.
CIiIchko, 10) Detroit, 11 (nfteruoon
KUiue).
St. i inih, ?i Cleveland, 6 (thirteen
l ii ii Iiik??. iiiornluB giiiiic i.
St. I mi In. i; Cleveland, 2 (otter
noun same).
STANDING or THIS I'l l Iis.
Laat
riuli?. Won. Lout* P.C. Year.
Philadelphia . . 47 22 .081 .002
Detroit . 47 23 .071 .571
New York. 30 32 .520 .587
Chicago . 34 30 .531 .400
Hi.id.n . 33 33 .522 .550
Cleveland . 33 40 .452 .470
Wanhluirton ...25 4? .352 .378
St. l.i. ill-.. 18 50 .203 .207
WHERE THEY PI.AY TO-DAY.
Philadelphia nt New Y'ork.
Chlcniso ut I).-troll.
w atiiliiKi.nl at Bosjton.
St. Loula at Cleveland.
W?lkt r, of Washington, went up In the 1
sixth, and Boston scored all Its four!
runs. The score:
Boston. Washington.
A1JHOAE AUHOAE
Hooper, rf. 6 2 1 u 0.Milan, cf.. 5 0 2 0 0
Gardner. 2b 4 Sil? Sch'fer. lb 3 1 10 2 0
Speaker, cf 4 2 7 0 0 Eiber'd. 2b 2 1 0 0 0
Lewli. If... 3 2 1 0 OCun'm, 2b. l 0 1 3 0
Ycrkes. ss. 4 0 1 1 Otlmiier. rf 4 1 3 1 0
Purtoll. 3b. 4 2 2 1 0 Lellvelt. It 4 1 1 0 0
Myers. 11?... 3 0 S 0 iC. Walker: 0 0 0 0 0
Nuna'ker. c 2 1 4 0 0 MBrt'e, as 4 0 3 4 0
Williams, c 1 0 3 0 OConroy. 3b. S 3 12 0
Clcotte. p 0 0 0 0 0 Henry, c... 4 15 10
Hall, p. 2 0 0 0 0 Walker, p. ! 1 0 1 0
Nagle, p.... 10 11 0 Hughes, p. 2 0 10 0
Engle' . 10000 _
Wagnert .. 1 0 0 0 0
Totals ...? 1] 27 ? 1 Totals ...37 ?77 14 0
?Batted for Nur.amaker In atxth.
?Batted for Nagle In ninth.
IC. Walker, left field.
Score by Innings: R.
Boston .0 0 0 0 0 4 0ft 0?4 I
Washington .1 0 3 1 0 0 0 4 1?4 j
Summary Runs?Hoopor, Gardner. Speak- !
er. Lewlj. Fchacfer. Elberfeld ill. Lellvelt
Conroy. Two-hase hlt??Conroy. Purtell (I), j
Lellvelt. Gardner. Lewis. Home run?Con |
roy. Stolen base?Elberfeld. Doublt plnya? t
MeBrlde to Schacfer to Conroy; MeBrlde to
Cunningham to Schaufer. Left on bases
Boston. 4: Wnshlngton. 11 Hits?Off Clcotto,
4 1.1 2 2-3 Innings: off Hall. 4 In 2 1-3 Innings;
off Nagle, 1 In 4 Innings: off Walker. 10 In
I Innings (none out In sixth): off Hughes.
I In 4 Innings. First base on balls?Off Cl?
cotte. 3. off Hall. 3; off Walker, I. First base
on error?Washington. L Struck out?By
Cleotte, 2: by Halb I; by Nagle. 3; by Walk?
er. 2; by Hughes, 2. Hit by pitcher?By
Clcotte. 1 (MeBrlde). Wild pttch?Clcotte.
Passed ball?Henry i2). Time of game. 2
hours Umpires, Egan and Sheridan. I
Claremunt Dctcata Norfolk.
[Special to Tho Times-Dispatch.]
Clarernont, Vu? July 4.?Clarernont
defeated Norfolk Collegians here to- 1
<iny In un exciting eleven-inning con?
test, by the score of 7 to 6. Chumbllss
allowed the Collegians but five. hits,
while Clarernont made ten off Moore.
The hitting of Chappell. Marble und
AVory. of Clarernont, were th<: fea?
tures. Clarernont now has one of the
fast.-st teams In Tidewater Virginia.
Aahlnnd Won.
Ashland. Va.. July 4.?The Ashland
hnf-ebull team defeated the Fredericks
burg tenm hero to-day by the score
of ?. to 2. The feature of the game was
the pitching of Trcvlllian, for Ash?
land. He had the visitors completely
at his mercy throughout the nine ln
ntngs. Tho batteries: Ashlind?Trevii
linn and Gruner: Frederlcksburg?
lones, Freeman and Barr.
Score: R. H. E
Ashland . t> 10 a
Kr.-duTie-ksburg . 2 8 2
Skreemern Defeated.
The Skreemers Of ere defeated at
Broad Street Park yesterday morulni;
by the Virginians, the score being 7
to 5. It was a rrgular game of the
Richmond Amateur League, and a large
crowd was In attendance. Both loams
Put up ^. gilt-edge performance. The
Skreemers led for several innings, but
tho fallender? of the amateur organi?
zation came- strong In the latter por?
tion of the gnme. and won out.
C?lPffERl?RSE
SHOW OPENS WITH
CLASSY EVENTS
(Continued From First Page.)
hlblt?r H. M. Hubbel. ridden by Miss*
Hubbel.
Eleventh event, heavy welg . hunter
for horses carrying up to 180 pounds
over Jumps, not exceeding four and
a half feet?First prize. Willow King,
exhibitor Mrs. Allen Potts; second
prizo, David Gray, exhibitor E. H.
Woatherboe; third prize. Gray King,
exhibitor George Zlnn.
Twelfth event, horses in harness, best
horses, llfteen hands and under, to bo
shown In harness?First prizo, Maudo
Mukler, exhibitor Lee Hechlnger; sec
! ond. Miss Brighton, exhibitor Lee
?? Hechlnger; third, Rythm, exhibitor Dr.
! E. Lester Jones.
Thirteenth event, Hunt Club toama
of throe hunters from any club, each
horse to be ridden by a huntsman In
hunting colors?First prize, Kcswtck
Hunt Club, exhibitor Julian Morris;
second hunt team, exhibitor George
Zinn: third, Castle .ilU Hounds, ex?
hibitor Mrs. Allen Potts.
. Fourteenth event, charger class?
First prize. Maxlmus. exhibitor Mrs.
Allen Potts; second, Prlnco Royal, ex?
hibitor Mrs. Allen Potts; third. Goldon
Butterfly, exhibitor Mrs. Allen Potts.
Four Racing Events.
Fifteenth event, racing?First race,
flvo-elghths of a mile?First, Lucllo R.,
I owner W. W. Hutchison; second. Ex
; cess, owned by J. E. Finks; third. Sil
I ver Lock, owner James Simpson.
I Second race?steeplechase, one ana
! a half miles?first. Bonnie Boll, owner
W. W, Osbome; second. Lady Mel ha.
owner L. G. Everhart; third. Casual,
owner W. W. Osborne.
Third race?three-fourths of a mile
?first, Flat Creek, owner Mrs. George
C. Brenton: second, Nlaler, owner Duff
Green; third, Angler, owner J. G. Luns
ford.
Fourth race?steeplechase, two and
one-half miles?first, Benlak. owner
George C. Brenton; second, Portlight,
owner S. C. Glnscock; third, Pall Mall,
owner J. K. Maddox.
Last Year's Champions Lead
American League by De?
feating N.ew York.
TIGERS WIN FROM CHICAGO
St. Louis Defeats Cleveland, and
Washington Loses to
Boston.
Now York, July 4.?The Athlotlca
won the afternoon game from the
Highlanders by a gumo uphill fight
Though the locals made sevun runs
In the llrst Inning, the Athletics kept
plugging away, uml tied the score In
the sixth. New York went ahead In
tho seventh, but the Athletics evened
mutters up In the ninth. The Cham
pior.b won out In the eleventh. Ba?
ker drove In two runs with his fourth
hit, and scored himself when Barry
worked the squeeze play. Thirty-two
men participated In tho game, .line of
them being pitchers. Mack tried out
u trio ot collegians at the start. Mar?
tin and Long were hit hard, but Leon?
ard displayed form. Score:
New York. Philadelphia.
A?H?AE AH 11 O A ft
Daniels, cf. 6 2
Wolter, rf. 6 2
Harts'll. 2b 6 l
Creej if.? 2
Knight. ?t ? 3
Wilkinson*, o o
Blair, lb... 1 1
Chime, lb o? 4 3
Gardner, lb I I
William?, c 2 0
Hctnphtllt.. 1 0
Sweeney, c. 3 0
Brucktttt, p 2 1
Fisher, p.. l 0
Fitsgeraldt. t 0
Ca Id well, p 0 0
Kord, p. 1 1
0 Lord
1 j Oldrlng. cf &
? o Strunk, It. 3
[? 9 Baker, 2b.. 6
: o M'lnnls, lb 3
0 0 Hurry, S
1 i Derrick, *b ?
s o Thomas,
l 0 llarttel s?. 0
1 I) Coomb*, p. 0
t 0 Morgan, p. 0
1 1 Ma: tin. p. 0
1 I Long. p.... 1
1 0 Leonard, p 1
u 0 Lapp. c... 1
3 2 0 4
3 0 0 0
! 2 0 2 0 4
1 1 0
10 1 a 21 17
Total* ...47 17 212) 3 Total
?Han for Knight In ninth,
t Bat ted for William* In fifth.
IBStted for Fisher in seventh.
zBatted for Tnomta in sixth.
Svore by Inning*: R.
Philadelphia .0 0 a 0 S 1 0 0 1 0 3-11
New York.7 000 001000 .? I
Summary: Runt?Lord (t), Oldrlne (2).
Strunk 12). Baker (3), Melnnl?, Lapp. Dan?
iel?, Wolter. Hartsell. Creo (2), Knight (2),
Gardner, Two-baae hlta?Cree. Lord. Barry.
Kr.lgh-.. Th:ee-bas* hits?Bskar. Knight.
Sacrifice hits?Strunk (1), Harry. Gardnar.
Sacrlflce nies?Mclnnls. Oldrlng. Stelen
n**e*?Oldrlng, Danlei? (I), Lord, Baker (2),
Chase. Knight, Sweeney. Left on bases
New York, 10; Philadelphia. I. Doubl* plays
? Derrick to Barry to Mclnnl*: Wo!tar to
Chile to Sweeney to Gardner: Chase to
1 Blair. Fl rat base on errors?Philadelphia. I.
Illt??Ort Martin, 4 (none out In fir?t In?
ning); off Long. 3 In 1 Inning; off Leonard.
I 3 In 4 innings: off Coombs. 7 in .'. 1-3 Inning?;
off Morgan. 0 In 2-3 Inning; off Broekett, t
I in 4 2-3 Innlosa! oft Fisher, 4 in 11-3 Inning?;
I off Caldwell. 1 In 11-3 inning, oft Ford. 3
in 2 2-3 Inning?. Flr?t base on ball*?Oft
I Brocket!. 4; off Fisher. !; off Caldwell. 1:
! off Fotd. 1; off Martin. 1: off Coombs. 3.
I Struck out?By Fisher. 1; by Caldwell, I;
by Ford. 1. by Long. I; by Leonard, I; by
Coombs, 3. H:t by pitcher?By Leonard. 1
i (Ores). Wild pitches?Long. Flsh?r. Tlmo
of game. 2:43. Cmplrta. O'Loughlln and
Connolly.
TIGERS WIN 11 -INNING GAME
Detroit, Mich , July 4?Detroit beat
Chicago 11 to 10 In the eleventh in?
ning of the afternoon game It was u
zig-zag contest all the way. Detroit
used three pitchers und Chicago -im
ployed four Jennings ar.d Summers
were ordered out of the gutne by Um?
pire Mullln for disputing u decision.
Cobb retired at the end of the ninth
and Shullcr llntshed In
Score:
Chicago.
AB H O AB
MTr.fr?. rt I I I 0 0 Drake. If.. J 0 I
Lord, Ib.... C 3 0 4 0 Jones. If... 2 0 I
Cul'han, If. 4 1 2 0 OBush, a*... 5 2 I
OCohb, cf....B i :
0 Shaller, er 1 0 >
1 Craw d. rt ( 4 '
i Delc'ty, lb 4 3 1
0 Mor'lty, 3h L
I Uodie. cf... 4 1 :
1 M Con'11. ;b 5 I ?
. Colllna. lb.. ? 1 1
Tan'hill. ?? ? 2
i Sullivan, c. 4 2
White, p... 1
: Baker, p .. 1
1 Young, p... 0
Lange, p... 0
Dougherty* l
Zeldert .... 1
centra Held,
Detroit.
ABROAD
If.. 2 0 0 0 1
0 (
3 1
0 0
1 O'Le'ry, 2b 4 0
I 0 Lathers, 2b 1 I
0 0 Stanage, c 4 1
1 o Dun'van, p 3 0
0 0 Burn ers, p. 1 1
0 0 Wlllett, p.. l
Schmidt z. 1
2 4 1
0 0 1
0 0 0 4
Totals ..
?One ou;
?Batted
IBatted
.tlt.itte 1
43 14:1114 4 Total* ...4*173111 <
when winning run waa ?eored.
for Baker In sixth,
for Young in eighth,
for G'Leary In ninth.
Score by Innings: R.
1 Chlco&o .4 001020111 0-10
Detroit .0 22 0 400011 1?11
' Summary: Kur.a?Mclr.tyre, Callhan. Bn
) die. McConnell. Colllna. Tannch.il, Sullivan,
j Dougherty. Zeidtr, Bush. Cobb i2). Craw
1 ford (4). Detebaaty (i). Xorisrlfy, Stanage.
Two.base hits?Tanneh'U. Cobb. Crawford,
IDelebsaty, Morlarlty. Three-base hit?Lord.
Home runs?Zclder. Crawford. Sacrifice hlta
?Bodle. Callahan, Sullivan, McConnell, Mo
. rlurlty. BacrlflC? fly?Stanage. Stolen base*
i ?Bush. Cobb. Morlarlty. Double play?Cobb
i to Bujli to O'Leary. Left or. bases?Chicago,
S; Detroit, 10. First base on error?Dotrolt,
!l Hita-Off White. 6 In 2 2-3 Innings! off
! Baker. 2 In 2 1-3 Innings; off Young. 1 in 3
I Innings; off Lange, ? in 3 1-3 Innings; oft
j Donovan, i in 7 Innings; off Summers, 3 In
I 2 innings; off Wlllett, 2 In 3 Innings. First
base, on balls?Off Baker. 2; off Lange. 1;
(off Donovan. 2; off Summers, 1; off Wlllett,
Struck out?By Young. 1: by Lange, -'?
by Donovan. 2; by Summers. 1; by Wlllett. L
Hit by pitcher?By Baker. 1 (Drake): by
Donovan, 1 (Callhan). Wild pitch?Dono,
van. Time of game, 2:t0. Umpire*, Mullen
and Evans.
BOTH TEAMS SCORE IN NINTH
Boston, July 1.?Boston won the af?
ternoon game. 4 to 3. In the ninth
inning Hooper. Gardner and Speaker
Singled, Lewis flew to Lellvelt and
Hooper was safe at the plate with
the winning run, when Henry dropped
Ltlivelt's perfect throw. Cicotte was
overcome by the heat at the closo
of the eighth Inning. The score:
Boston. Washington.
AB HOAR AB H O A B
Hooper, rf. ? 3 1 0 0 Milan, cf.. 3 2 10 1
Gardner, 2b 3 1 7 7 1 Sch?fer, lb 5 3 g 1 1
Speaker, cf 3 2 1 0 OCun'm. 2b. 5 2 3 3 0
I Lewis. If... 3 1 I 0 0 Genslor, rf 3 2 i n n
Yerkes. Ii. I 11 i 0 Lellvelt. If 3 1
[Purtell, Sb. 3 1 1 2 0 M'llrl'o, as. 4
I Myora. lb... 4 1 12 I OConroy. 3b 4
Nuna'ker. c 3 1 2 1 o Henry.
Klllllay,
Clcotto,
Wood. I
Thoney*
p. 1 0 0 3
0 Groom,
0 Hughes, p. o
0 D. W.-il'r, p 0
0 Alnsinltht. 0
C. W'lker z 0
0 2 0
0 110
0 8 0 1
0 4
Totals ...32 12 27 21 1 Tol/ils ...33 11125 1? 3
?Batted for fjlcotte In eighth.
tBattcd for Hunnen In ninth.
fOne nut whon winning run wn? scored.
zRan for Almmlth In ninth.
Score by Inninga: R.
I Washington .0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1?3
j Boston .01 1 00100 1?4
Summary': Runs?nonpar. rip?nk?r, Yerkes,
I Purtell. Milan, Oroom, c, Wnlker. Threo
| base hit?Cunningham llnma run?Speaker.
Sacrifice hlta?Oardner (2). Piirull. Nuna
i maker, Lelivelt. stnlnn bases -Hooper. Pur
I toll, Speaker, Ocsslcr. Doubl? pluys?Yorkea
I to Gardner to Myers; Purtell to Gardner to
j Myers. Left on bs?es?Boston, 10; Wn?h.
; Ington, 10. First bau? on error?Boston, I.
; Hlt?-Off Klllllay. 4 In 4 1-3 Inning?; oft
Groom. 8 In 4 Inning?; off Hughes, I In I
"1 (Continued on Third Pago.)

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