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REVIEW OF THE SPORTS
Golf
Boxing
Surf
Tennis
ENTRIES FOR
FIELD DAY
Great Preparations for St.
Peter's Holy Name A. A.
Sports at New Castle
NEW CASTLE, Pel.. Aug. 23.—Prepar
ations arc lielng made by tbe members
of 81. Peter's Holy Name Athletic As
sociation for one of « lie greatest d«ys
or field sports given In New Castle In
a quarter of a century. The affair will
be held at the grounds of the New Cas
tle Athletic Association at Battery Park
on next Saturday afternoon.
Handsome prises leave been secured
for the different events In plenty. The
badges have never been equaled In any
athletic event In the State. The geld
badges are of especially fine design and
material. All the entries will close on
Wednesday evening. Many Inquiries hmr
been received and answered from Phil
adelphia and Camden teams, and It Is
expected that a great flood of additional
enlrlea will arrive before the rinse of
48 flours. The following entries have
been made to date:
Five-Mile Marathon—George E. Vande
grofl. Marathon Club, of Philadelphia;
Frank Rleclo .John James Walsh amt
William A. Russell, of sr. Patricks
Holy Name Athletic Association nf Wil
mington; Osoe Hance. of Hi. Peter's
tloly Name Athletic Association, New
Castle: George K. White. Division No.
• Ancient Order of Hibernians, of New
Caallp.
100 Yards Dash. -Theodore S. Ration,
of New Castle, unattached: Joseph F.
MeCafferly, of WMmlngton. unattached;
Michael J. Jordan. Division No. 2, A. o
If.. New Csslle; Victor P. Brennan and
John J. Walsh, St. Patrick's H. N. A. A.
Wilmington; George E. Vandegrlft.
Marathon Chib, of Philadelphia; A. P.
Brown. Voypg Men's CHrlsIlnn Associa
tion, of Wilmington.
Broad Jump John J.
►f sr.
Walsh.
II. N. A. A., of Wilmington:
irk
Theodore S. Hatton, of New Castle, unat
tached.
s I »ohIi— G eorge K. Vandegrlft.
Club, of Philadelphia; Theo
8 . Hatton. New Castle, unattached;
Joseph K. McCaffrrty, Wilmington, un
attached.
Marathe
fin
2^1 Yards Hurdle Race—A. D. Brown.
Wilmington, V. M. C. A.
NEW ATLANTIC LEAGUE
POTTSV1LLE, Pa., Ang. 23,-Presldent
r. P. Parker, of the Atlantic League of
Baseball Clubs. Is now busily
Izlng the circuit for next season, c-rt Haft!
succeeded thus tar to such sn exltilt
tbst bm three more town, are neefiedfitn
complete It The circuit, as far as^lTrs-lan
Idml Parker has reorganised It, , cm
braces the following towns: Poltshllle
Carnup, HunbunJ and
" ■
Bhamokln. Mount
Shenandoah.
lee V J* » circuit unto
—4fce«»selve» 4a the f*»«l region, which'
would be almost equivalent to 4»n anthra
rlt© league, went the Atlantic league
fall through, but President Parker says
there will be no trouble In flUinr tbe full
ns. and looks upon
»«son as being Ihe best that the
Atlantic ' League has experienced.
New life is being Injected Into the At
lantic Leagui' rehabilitation scheme, by
reason of the practical assurance that
protection will be give the organization
this year.
circuit of eight
next
NEW DEPARTMENT INSTITUTED.
————
Extension Movement at Urtuline Acad
emy in Adjunct to St. Angela's
Collage.
The Ursuline Academy of lids city
has appointed Friday, September 3, and
Monday. September 7 as registration
All who wish to have thill names
1 nrolled as students at Ihe Academy for
the coming year are cordially lnvllc.1
to register on the above mentioned
day.-. The college of St. Angela, New
Rochelle, New York, will maintain an
extension department at the Ursuline
Academy this year.
Th© aim of th« extension department
is;
First—To afford teachers and other
extension students who are studying
for a degree the opi'orturlty of eoni
wlth the requirements in regard
to resident work.
Second—To offer an review roiirsea to
teachers who are preparing for exam
I nations.
Third—To form a social and Intel
lertual centre where prop I o from differ
ent parts of the courttry may meet for
the Interchange of Ideas.
Fourth—To enable students to pursue
high school work and thus make up
deficiencies In college entrance require
ments.
Nearly four hundred students ere
studying in the various extension de
partments of 8t. Angela's college.
Those who wish to Join the exten
sion department may make application
at once.
piy 1
Quality the
Best Policy
We give not only the best
quality, but the best ser
vice, with Diamond Ice.
Twenty-nine wagons on
twenty-five regular routes.
Are you included ?
If not, telephone to-day
No. 1840.
CharlcsWarner
Company,
M7 : MARKET : STREET.
13tb £ LOMBARD STREETS.
I
MARKSMEN ON
RANGE TODAY
Delaware Team Finishes
Practice at 1.000 Yards
And Skirmish
CAMP PEURY, Ohio. Au* 23—The
Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Uelaware
rlflo teams In eamp arc "doping" out
their prospecta In the national match.
Haturday afternoon they tired their final
trial shots and yesterday practiced the
"Simple Life." They went on the firing
line this morning for the two days' hat*
lie.
At looo yards the leading scores by
embers of the Pennsylvania team
were; Sergeant H. O. Wheeler, 47; Pri
vate Dunn, 48; Musician Moore. 41, and
Commanding Sergeant Bridge, 43.
The Jrrscymen did not do quite so
well. For the Third Regiment Captain
Pfeil, of Camden, made 12, and Sergeant
.laggard, of Company 7. Woodbury, 41.
J. W. Hessian, of Wilmington, at 717,
tied Stemple and Orr, of Ohio for fifth
place, in the nil-comers midrange aggre
gate match, which Rothrock, of Ohio,
won with 119. In the all-comers 'grand
aggregate, won by Winder, of Ohio,
with 932, Hessian lands 10 per cent, of
the entrance fees, with 923.
Major S. F. Fori, She Maryland sooch,
was second Jn th erapid-fire revolver
match with 72S.
OF TUB SPOUTING
FOLKS GATHERED FROM
EVERYWHERE.
BY DAVE
Jl ST HEARD OF ONE.
"Did yon ever see such a hot place In
life?" asked Jimmy Cook, of Kid
Reeves, nt Ihe b» 11 farm.
"No,"-said Reeves, "1 never saw one
but 1 have heard of one, although I do
not believe It can heal this any. I am
willing to trade and take the chances."
O-O--*
y*
AND HR DIDN'T.
"Oronnch never hit nobody In that fifth
Inning.' Didn't he hit somebody In every
previous inning? Wasn't that suffi
cient ?
0 - 0—0
TO THE TIMBERS.
The tall timbers for that bhigle of
Bretty's. Luck' Well we guess, yes.
/
reorgan-:/ROUBLE FOR TOMMY.
Tummy Lawless Is going head-over
heels Into trouble. B «cause bis St.
Paul's team looks a trille better than
other In Ihe Holy Name league squad
{Tommy blurts out with something like a
challenge to take on duPont for a Ove
{game series. "Ofen that," Tommy.
1 ■ o n n
0 0 -0
I KNOCKOUT COMING.
Next Saturday Riverview will meet
New Castle hi a nlno-round go at Rlver
tolvh'W. That'.- k">iik i<> a knock out In
that mill before somebody gets his de
fense. working well,
0*0—0
CUTS OUT THE JOY RIDING
"Kid" Reeves, "Jimmy" Cooke and
Harry Shuler drove to Betterton ; ester
iday In a big touring car that McKinney
borrowed for litem. It Is «nid that If
the manager doesn't return the car In
good condition he'll not get -t again.
That edict pula their Joy riding under
Ihe ban.
0- -0—0
Riverview is second place,
«— 0_0
Wanted A pitcher. One who can beat
duPont. None other need apply. Salary,
no object. Apply Terry Garvin,
j t 0 4
| This I» the time and place for Mousley
m rut loose a rbnekle.
0-0—0
u> ^ ,- a rvln. for sure.
0 -0—0
Notlre-Don*t feed tbe lender«.
0-^-0
Oh, by the way, New Castle didn't get
u rhanc* to loose.
a «-*
The erstwhile Parkslde nearly won a
game.
j
;
I
0-0-0
That was a Jar duPont banded South
Side.
0-0-0
Banner pitched his best game, but
what's the use.
0 — 0—0
tbe only man In tho j.ougue
I to draw better than a singly.
0-0-0
Lousy Green, who didn't pitch often,
fanned nine men and got a single. Bet
ter pitch him again,
0—0—0
As usual, the McDonough family show
ed what It could do.
Russell wi
0—0—0
Dawson threw It Into a brace of them.
0-0-0
Reed looks good in Hie out garden.
0-0-0
South Side will make them all work
to win.
0—0—0
ShiiHr was thinking of va vatic
week.
If Bacon is In trie grandmother elasa
we wish there were more grandmoth
ers.
DELAWARE CITY
TRIMS THE MARINES
Delaware City took Us third straight
game from the League Island Marines
on Saturday by a 4 to 3 score. The
game was won in tbe eighth Inning,
j when, with Neff on second base, Pen-{
nington bit a home run.
I Southwlck allowed seven hits.
1 Marines got eight off Wingate.
Score by innings:
i Marines
{Del. City
! Earned runs. Marines, 2; Delaware
'City. 4.
out. by Southwlck. 8; by Wingate,
( Basc on balls, by Southwlck, 1. Stolen
i bases, Maher, Wagner. Bright and Pen
{nington. Passed ball. Wagner. Umpire
Wentzell.
10100001 0—3
00000022 x—4
Home run, Pennington. Struck
AMATEUR BASEBALL.
Naps. 8; Newark. Jr, 12.
Patrick's
SI
Independents,
Rhoads, 10.
Read THE EVENING JOURNAL
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BILL BERNHARD. MENTIONED AS
NEW MANAGER OF CLEVELAND.
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Judging by present Indications, It looks as If Rill Bernhard, manager of
the Nashville team of the Southern League, will be chosen us successor to
Larry Lajoie as leader of the Cleveland Naps, g
nhle .success with the Nashville club for two years, last season his team cap
turing the pennant after a sensational finish, winning out from New Orleans
on the last day of the race,
andsl
the American League.
mediately went to Nashville as manager.
Bernhardt has had conslder
was once a member of the Cleve
During the Hensons of 1905—00 he was on of the leading twlrlers of
In 1907 he ob taied hl« release from the club ad im
I ienihu "I
BIO CROWD AT
ELKTON RACES
ELKTON, Ml., Aug. 23.—A big crowd
witnessed excellent racing at Harlan
Park track here Saturday afternoon.
Summaries:
Glass A.
Stella A„ blk m., Oravott.
Allison, b. g.. Harland . 1 2 2
Clyde Wilks, b, g., Lancaster .... 3 3 3
Time, 2.37, 2.33, 2.35.
Glass B.
B. B., b. s., Bouiden . 8 1 2 1
March, s. g.. Price.
Miss Alice, b. m.. Gann. 1 2 3 3
Time, 2.45, 2.42, 2.42, J!.40.
Glass G.
Torino Wilks, b. g . Klbler
Warner H.. b. g.. Mitchell
Bell, m. m., Clgyton .
Robert H., b. g., Lancaster. 4 4 4
Time, 2.
Glass D.
Guess, s. g., Gann .
Strawberry, b. g., Thorton ....
Pet. b. in., Spear .....
Time, 2.47, 2.49.
..211
.. 2 3 12
2 1 1
1 3 2
....323
8, 2.27, I
.... 1 1
.ds
COUNTRY CLUB COLE
Wilmington Country Club golfers
played the serai-llnals in the classes
of eight on the club links Saturday
afternoon.
Tho results wore;
CLASS A.
K. M. Hoopes defeated L. Smith 1
up and 20 holes.
J. S Groves defeated E. IB. Mitchell
by default.
CLASS B.
W. H. Smith defeated W. G. Jones
2 up and 2ft holes.
J. Armstrong defeated J. S. Brennan
5 and 4.
CLASS C.
T. W. Marshall defeated R. Reese 4
und 3.
C. Martin defeated L. Rogers 7 and 6.
CLASS D.
W. N. Rannard defeated E. D. War
ner 4 and 2.
W. A. Wade defeated T. C. Hatton
2 and 1.
In th* finals to be played next Sat
urday tho winners In each class yes
terday will be paired. The play Is for
a cup.
CHURCH LEAGUE
T. M. C. A.. Trinity and Kdgemoor won
the Church League games on Saturday,
over Elsmere. Grace and Delaware Avi
ue. respectively. The scores;
RUE.
-0 0100100 1-^5 10
.0 I) 1 2 1 0 2 0 0-6 4 6
Elsmere ..
T. M. C. A..
TRINITY-GRACE.
Score by Innbigs:
IUI E.
.60 000 00 2 1—9 6 2
.2 2 1 00 0 3 0 0—8 6 4
Trinity ...
Oreo* ••••til
EDOEMOOR-DELAWARE AVENUE.
Edge moor won Its game over Delaware
Avenue by a 25 to I score. Groves, the op.
posing pitcher, was not In form, wid e
( Stapleford. of Ihe Edge Moor, held bis op
' ponents down to the line. Eighteen runs
!
j were scored In the fourth Inning by Edge
Moor.
WHEELER WILKES HOLDS
EASTERN SHORE RECORD
When Wheeler Wilkes, 2.10 1-4, by
Wheeler F. 2.13 1-4, won tho free-for
all race at Salisbury, Md., fair, last
Thursday In 2. 11
2.10 1-4, be stepped Ihe fa«teat heat
■Weed "u the E.tsiern Shore
Maryland. He Is owned by
Cresweli, of Avondale, Chester county, j
and is raced by Dan Leary, of West!
Chester. In 1905 his reoord was 2.17 1-4
ln T906. 2.16 1-4, In 1907. 2 14 3-1, In
1908, 2.12 X-t and now 2.10 1-4.
-4.
2.12 1-4 and
>f
Alonzo
BASEBALL AT A GLANCE
GAMES FOR TO-DAY,
American League
Athletics at Cleveland.
Washington at Detroit.
New* York at Chicago.
Boston at St. Louis.
National League.
Pittsburg at Philadelphia.
Cincinnati at Now York.
Chicago at Boston.
St. Louis at Brooklyn (2 games).
Tri-State.
Williamsport at Lancaster.
Johnstown at Reading.
Harrisburg at York.
Trenton at Altoona.
RESULTS OF YESTERDAY.
American League.
détroit, 3; Washington, 1.
Boston, 9; St. Louis, 3.
New York, 6; Chicago, 5.
National League,
games scheduled.
.676
«lî»
.505
.454
Ni
Tri-State.
STANDING OF THE TEAMS.
National League.
W.
I,. PC.
Pittsburg .
Chicago'.
New A'ork.
Cincinnati .... ,
Philadelphia .. .
St. Louis .
Brooklyn ... ....
Boston .
...78
30
.73
36
.65
40
.54
.49
.44
.39
53
50
63
;
PC.
.625
.600 j
.411
68
164
28 82
American League.
W.
Ix
Athletics.
Detroit .
Host .111 .
Cleveland .. ..
Chicago .
New York .. ..
St. Louis .
Washington ...
.70
.09
42

69

.600
45 .545
47 .526 !
4s 5» ,49ft ;
42 56 .429 I
II 58 .414 I
37 62 .374
57
.500
>4
57
.486'
59
.468
.45
64
.413
,32
80
.286
Tri-State.
W. L. PC.
I
:
Lancastrr .... ...
Reading .
Williamsport „ .
Altoona.
Johnstown .
Harrisburg ..
Trenton .
York .
.62
. «0
.54
38
.620
40 .600
Mrs. Hahn Buried Here.
Th* funeral of Mrs. Charles Hahn,
who died In Baltimore, as the result
of a fractured skull received in a rim
away accident, was held here yester
day. Mrs. Hahn was formerly of Port
Deposit. Services were bold at
home of her sister. Mrs, Charles Gor
man, wife of Inspector Gorman of the
Pennsylvania Railroad Police Dejiart
mont, at No. 203 North Rodney si root,,
and interment was made In Riverview
Cemetery. The Revs. David Neeley.
of Oxford Street Presbyterian Courcb.
I-ane. of oil
lie
of Baltimore, and J. I„
vet Presbyterian Church, ot tills city,
officiated.
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ST. PAUL'S HOLDS
TO FIRST PLACE
Tenth Ward Club has No
Troub e Winning Over
St. Patrick's
CATHOLIC HOLY NAME LEAGUE.
W L
12 3
Pct.
.8001
11 5 .6S7j
.B33J
7 S .«toI
4 8 .230
St. Paul's .
St. Elizabeth's .
St. Mary's ..
St. Peter's ..
St. Ann's ..
St. Patrlcck's ..
'
... 2 13 .133
St. Paul's and St. Elizabeth's team won
the Holy Name League Games on Sat
urday over St. Patrick's and St. Anne's
respectively. The St. Paul's-St. Patrick's
gamine ended 6 to 4, and the St. Ellza
belh's-St. Anne's. 12 to 7. Fahey pitched
for St. Paul's and won his ninth straight
victory. Tommy McDonough rapped out
a home run to centre-field fence.
SCORE BY INNINGS.
.. « 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 0-4
.0 1 3 0 2 0 0 « x—6
St. ELIZABETH S-8T. PATRICK'S.
The hailing of D. Rainey and Stine fea
tured the St. Kllzabeth's-St. Patrick's
game, ihe former getting four and the
latter three hits.
Stine struck out nine of St. Anne's bats
81. Patrick's ..
St. Paul's .
Malloy, the St Anne's pitcher, was
men.
batted for seventeen hits with a total of
twenty-one bases.
The score:
St. Elizabeth's ...
St. Anne's .
.2 3 0 2 1 3 1 0 x—12
. 0 2 2 2 0 1 0 0 x—7
SILVERBR00K SBITS-OUT
HARRISONS!. BROTHERHOOD
The Ramp between Harrison St root
Brotherhood and SHverbrood A. A., on
Saturday afternoon w».s one of the beat
played on the SHverbrood ground}*, Sec
ond and Woodlawn avenues this season.
The Silverbrnok won by a 3 to 0 score.
While all the Sllverbrook boys played !
a good game, Leslie Adair did excep
tionally well In center field, having three
chances which he accepted and Arthur
Hitman increased his popularity with
the fans through his splendid work at
short. Morgan pitched a shut-out game
and had eight strlke-outs. Crooks gave
him splendid support behind the bat.
Thompson and Groves wer ethe battery
for Harrison Street. Thompson had five
strlke-outs to his credit. The throwing
of Groves, aHrrlson Stmt's catcher, was
one of the features of the game and
omraers and Long made brilliant plays
In right and center fields. Harry Long
was umpire. ,
Sllverbrook has p.ayed twenty-one
games thus far this season, won thir
teen, lost seven and played one to a
tie.
Bango Defeated Arden.
The Hango baseball team on Satur
day defeated the Arden team by the
scoer of 5 to 3. The feature of the
game was the batting of Hango
against Arden's star pitcher, C. Heath.
The Very Ideal
A Flushing (N. Y.) clergyman, pasto'
of a popular church there, received ai
a caller at his parsonage the other day
a young matron carrying In her armi
a chubby faced youngster.
"I want the baby christened," th«
mother said.
After the ceremony the clergymat
started to write out the baptismal cer
tificate required by the board of
health.
Forgetting for the moment the dat<
of the month, he remarked to the
mother:
"This Is tbe ninth. Isn't It?"
"No, iudeed. sir," replied the young
matron Indignantly.
third." ,
"It's only the
Separating Them.
Mr. Grnbb. an elderly bachelor, bar
; Ing been troubled for a week or two
with a pain in his buck, went to hts
doctor. The physician prescribed two
large porous plasters and told him to
call again in about a fortnight and re
j port.
Mr. Grubb complied with directions
é went to a drug store and bought
the plasters and after a prolonged
struggle wl'h them in his own room
succeeded Id getting them properly in
place. Being a very small man. how
ever, the two nearly covered his whole
back. At the end of two weeks he
called at the physician's office again.
"Well, how Is your back?" asked the
medical man.
! "Sound ns a dollar; hasn't pained
; me any for ten days or more."
I
I
II
Glad to hear it. You may take the
I plasters off whenever you please."
: "Not much!" exclaimed Ur. Grubb
1. . . « • jg
moving t^s coat and rest taking off
Lis collar and locking the door of tbe
doctor's office "1 won't touch 'em
re
They're bigger than I am. What 1
want you to do now. doctor, is to pull
me off the plasters."
. ^ - , .. . . . .
*** once 8'vlng touch
ot sympathy and love, and the seed,
long dormant, will spring up and bring
forth Its harvest Tn the field of life.
1
Th* Lif* Giving Touch of Sympathy.
A man may have become almost a
demon, be may bave resolved upon 1m
mortal hate and study of revenge, but
1 J. C. Sellers. Jr.
V*ry Considerate.
, _ _ . ■_■ .
Four old Scotsmen, the remnant of
• club formed some fifty years ago.
were seated round the table In the
clubroora. ft was 5 a. m„ and Dougal
looked across nt Donald and said In a
thick, sleepy voice;
"Donald, d'ye notice what an awfu'
peculiar expression there Is on Jock's
face?"
"Aye." says Donald. "1 notice that
He's deed! He's been deed these fom
hours."
"Whet? Deed! Why did ye no tell
me?"
"Ah, no—no—no." said Donald. "A'n:
no that kind o' man to disturb a cm
J vlvlal evening."
RUBY R WINS
FEATURE RACE
Led Wesley Jr. in Two Heats
And Won Last When Wesley |
Broke
The liest race of the fifteenth regu
lar matinee of the Delaware Horse
Show Association at Wawaset Park
Saturday afternoon was won by
Brookdale Farm's bay mare Ruby R.
Ruby lcd J. G. Hartmann's Wesley,
dr. In two of the heats, taking the
last at the wire when Wesley broke.
The fastest time of the matinee was
made by Brookdale Farm's popular
Little I.ady, who won her event In
heats of 2.23 1-4 and 2.19 3-4.
Jhe excellent weather brought out
an unusually large attendance. Offi
cials were S. H. Wilson, Jr., starter;
W. T. Lynam, L. Scott Townsend and
H. T. Wallace. Judges and timers, and
G. N. Palmer, clerk of the course.
Summaries:
I
I
Event No. 1.
J. C. Bonldln's b. m. Dora Thom. . .I t
J. M. Brannan's hr. g. Reno B.2 2
Time. 2,42, 2.37 1-2.
Event No. 2.
W. H. Hollett's r. g. J. O. K.1 1
Concprdvllle Farm's b. g. Delight
ful Chimes .2 2
L. T. Jcfferis' b. g. Thaddens K.3 3
Time. 2.28 3-4, 2.26 3-4.
Event No. 3. ^ .,
Brookdale Farm's b. m. Little Lady.l 1
J. O. Hartmann's ch. m. Western
Girl
Delamore Farm's b. g. Jim Bavard.. 3 2
Time, 2.23 1-4, 2.19 3-4.;
Event No. 4.
L. P. Miller's b. m. Topsv Van.1 J
T. F. Lynch's ch. g. Bill William.. ..2 2
Tlmo, 2.24, 2.23.
Event No. 5.
Brookdale Farm's b. m. Ruby R...1 2 1
J. G. Hartmann's b. g. Wesley,
William Armstrong's br. h. Elmo.,.,1 1
*
Jr
2 1 2
Time, 2.30, 2.273-4, 2.23 3-4.
Event No. 6 .
Peter Orth's g. g. Rock .2 2
C, A. Llpplncott's b. m. Hal Chimes.3 3
Tlmo, 2.27 1-4, 2.2«.
SEMI-PROFESSIONALS
Semi-Professional League Standing.
W. L. PC.
Peerless.
Madison .
Newport ..
LundiltlT .. ..
Trcmont ... .
Highland ... ,
.4
.4
.«ST
•SS7
4
.667
.3
.600
• oOO
,0
7
.000
Peerless, Madison and Newport are
now tied for first place in the Beini
Professional league race,
having trimmed Highland
game». Ma.lis.. n beating out Landlith
and Newport and Trcmont breaking
even in a tie game. All the games
were of best brand. That between
was
Peerless
In two
Newport and Trcmont
fought from start to finish, and al
though the visitors outbatted the locals
they could not get men over the plate.
McCall and Stewart were the oppos
ing pitchers.
The scores:
Newport .. ..
Tremont .. ..
hard
. 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0—1
.1 0000000 0—1
Summary: Stolen bases. Benson,
Henderson, Ruth. Two-base lilts,
Robinson. Benson. Three-base hit.
Day. Struck out. by McCall, 4; by
Bases on balls, by Me
Stewart, 3.
Ca **' *• by st( " 1 '''Art. 2.
PEERLESS HIGHLAND.
FIRST GAME.
Score by innings:
Peerless
.0 0 4 0 1 0 2 0 x—7
.1 0400001 0-6
Double plays, Mullin to
Highland ..
Summary:
Stillwell.
Moore. 8.
4; by Moore, 8.
Meaily.
Umpires. Finger and
SECOND GAME.
Score by innings:
.0 0 7 4 0 3 4—18
. 0 0 2 2 2 0 0—6
Peerless.
Highland .. ..
Summary: Struck out by Luff, 6; by
Bases on built, by Luff,
Umpire. Beatty.
Waters, 5.
3; by Walters, 2.
MADISON-LANDLITH.
FIRST GAME.
Score by innings;
Madison ....
Laud Util ....
.0 0001000 0-1
.....1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 x—3
SECOND GAME.
I Score by Innings:
1 Landlith
j Madison
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WORK HARD FOR SMALL
( _ _ ___
PURSES ON SALISBURY TRACK
.0 0 0 0 0 1 0—1
.0 0 3 0 0 0 x—3
.
Souther tier drivers put in four daya
last week scrapping for 3300 purses at
the Salisbury, Md.. Fair. Some fairly
good races were decided over the half
mile ring.
captured oats money were
Barnes, with Expedition. Jr.. Dr.
£"ase and Baron Rogers, and H. R.
Ty "% w ' h , ; uy "W' t 01adjs ,
and Sweetheart. Driver James pick
p(J up #aoo wtth Pluoky Prlm . e wlek .
| kam aiu j Hail Worthy; Mallalieu got
] „ por tton with Hattie C. and Lady
Bess; Mott, tlentschell, Corbin, John
son, Bull, Collins. Elkington, I,eary
and Lewis wo» with Hannts Boy. Cap
tain Guy Axworthy, Wheeler Wilkes,
Russell G.. King Redwood. Black
Patchen, Henry Bedworth, Manuella,
Lena Directly and Brownie J.
Among tho teemers who
Frank
yesterday, and Interest is grow
'Ing in the camp. In tho mornirg the
preacher was the Rev. Stephen crlsby
and in the afternoon the Rev. Mr. De
shields. Tile Revs.
Willow Grove Campmeetiny.
The Willow Grove Compmeetiug
attended by 500 enthusiastic colored
was
Pennington and
Hutchinson were the speakers in 'he
1 evening. The Rev. J. Edward Nichols
and the Rev. S. B. Shephard are "he
managers. An even larger attendance Is
{expected for next Sunday,
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Trades Pacer For Trotter.
It is announced that John F. Jones has
traded the pacing gelding Hidalgo.
12.04 1-4, by Warren C.. to Kelly Hobbs.
| 0 f Salisbury. Md.. for the 6-year-old
green trotting mare Minnie M.. by Mc
Kinney. The trade was arranged by A
H. Tyson, a Wilmington horseman.
Read THE EVENING JOURNAL
CLOSE GAMES IN
COUNTY LEAGUE
duPont And Riverview Win
Over SouthsideAnd ParKsidc
With One Run to Spare
NEW CAKTLB COUNTY LEAGUE.
W L Pet.
1 .937
7 .502
7 8 .«to
6 11 .33]
.3 13 .187
duPont ..
Ulcer view .
New Castle .
Parkslde .
Sou Ills idc .
15
duPont and Riverview were the Coun
ty I .digne winners on Saturday, the
'"Powdetmakers" beating out the
"Brldgers" by a 1 to 0 score, and the
-villagers" taking the "Eastsldcrs"
Into
camp by a 2 to 1 score. The games were
jhe nSeF of the season.
The duPont-Souln Side game was won
by the dUPont In the seront h Inning
when Beatty hit one to right field. The
hall lost Itself In the grass there and
before It Was picked up Beatty had
turned the bag.«,
Croueh and Banner were the opposing
pitchers, and the twlrlers were In un
usually good trim, tTouch had the bet
ter of the argument In hits, holding
down the "Brldgers" to two scratch sin
gles. but Banner put it all over "Big
Bill" In the other points, fanning live
men and giving but one man a pass.
duPont got five hits off Bannar.
The score:
„ , -, , ,,
B^k Shuler Manner
Ing. Bacon. Struck out, by Crouch, 2;
by Bannar. 5. Bases on balls, by Ban
nar. 1. Umpires, Lucas and Dawson.
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. 0 00000000 -C
Earned runs, duPont, 1.
duPont .
South Side .
Summary:
Stolen bases. Harrington, Beacon. Flood,
Beck. Home rim. Beatty. Double plays,
RIVERVIEW CINCHES SECOND Pla.-«
By beating Parkslde. Riverview now Is
anchored In second place In the league
race. ^Riverview got It« only runs In
the early part of the game after a brace
or* bits. Riverview hit Ijôgtie for six blip
while "Ijoniy" Green let the Eastsld
ers down with four. He fanned nine
men. The score:
Riverview ...
Parlurtde
Summary: Earned runs, mvervlew. 1.
Stolen basen. Kcatley, 1. Two-base hit,
Russell, 1. Struck out by Green, 9; by
Dogue, r». Banes on balls by Green, 2;
by Hogue, 0. Umpire McMahon.
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NEW CASTLE WINS AFTER 13 Inning!
xcw Castle detested St. Paul's Guild,
of Chenier, in a 13-Inning game. 3 to 2,
The wining run wan scored by St:« lb
who ran for Kirby. The latter hit and
was advanced to second by Dugan being
hit by a pitched ball.
8 talb stole third and went home on
a passed ball. Marvel and Knapf, who
pitched for New Castle, allowed nine
hits. New <'antle got eleven off 1 »*.
Worrllow. Thr score;
St. Paul's Guild—
0 0 0010010000 0—2
New Castle A. A.—
001 00:41 01 0000 1 3
Summary: Earned runs, New Castle
A. A., 2. Two-base hits, Dugan. Bird.
Sacrifice hits, Edwards, Rennie. Hit by
pitched ball. Dugan, Hague, Boyle.
Bases on balls, off Narvel, 5; off Knopf.
I: off Worrllow, I. Struck out. by Nar
vel. 6; by Knopf, 8; by Worrllow, 15.
Stolon bases, ('base, 2: Edwards, Kirby,
2; Dugan, August, Cummings, Boyle, F.
Worrllow. Wild pitch, Narvel. Passed
ball, Coakley. Double iilays, Narvel to
Edwards to Chase Knopf to Edwards to
Chase B. Worrllow to F. Worrllow. Left
on bases, New Castle A. A.. 8 St. Paul's
Guild, 13. Umpire, Andrew Lenoir. Time,
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semi-professional notes
WHAT SEMI-PROFESSIONALS SAT
Some great changes In the Semi's
standing.
eating every Saturday.
Tho race gets more intcr
Some one said Highland bad Peer
The chain broke and tho
less' goat.
goat got away Saturday.
Landlith won their game on one hit.
That might be called luck.
"Gy" Toung always helps win his
own game with extra base hits. Home
run Saturday.
The
Newport-Trcmont game Is
thought to have been the fastest of tho
.
nehmen were " U thr.lm^ Cnl * rSOr '
n " mpn - " ere ln the Kame '
season.
Highland was certainly prepaid for
Peerless. Edler. C. Waters, old
Moore takes his time when pitch
Ing.
/
Bob Waters is "there" when It cornea
to throwing to second bag.
Clark made several nice stops of
ground halls besides making a sensa
tional catch in left field.
For a little man. Mullin covers a
large territory" right field. Several
of his catchs were "real."
Patterson was back in the game, and
got his two-bagger.
Young put up his usual good game
at second.
Bill O'Donnell knocked so many balls
in th* two games thjit when he hit th*
three-bagger he slid for third when the
bull was out In center field,
he was going to fall down,
thought he would practice sliding.
Speaking of sliding; how about Mor
gan.
He said
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