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Chicksjit the Shore-^OIeichman Leads Chicks Hitting— Sport Odds and Ends
HIGHLAND fr
HARD PRESSES
PARKSIDE
-
Old Champions Lose While
Tower Boys Are Trimming
the New Champs
ROCKFORD HAS IT
EASY WITH HILLSIDE
Results of Saturday's Games.
Highland, 1; Vandevcr, 2 (10 in
nings.
Parkslde, 3; Bancroft, 5.
Rockford. 10; Hillside, 6.
„» ri„i»
of the Clubs.
W. L. Pet.
• •••7 3 -T90
.... 6 3 .666
Parkslde .
Highland ....
Rockford ....
Bancroft ....
Vandever ....
Hllside.
Teams of the All-Wilmington League
pot into action on Saturday after a
con
heating
•HI
.616
3
.5
.460
6 4
3 5
.371
8
. 1
three week's layoff Bancroft
trlbutlng the surprise by
Parkslde, afld Highland going down to
Vandever.
The league will meet In
1
O
0
0
0
-
21
defeat at the hands
Rockford had no trouble beating Hill
side.
EVENING JOURNAL office tomorrow
night Instead of tonight.
The scores:
Highland-Vandever.
of
HIGHLAND.
R. H. O. A. E.
0 0 3 1 0
0 2 3 0 0
0 1 0
0 0 1 1
0 9 1
0 0 13
1 9 I
0 10
0 0 10
Dougherty. 2b
ÇL Waters, If .
Conner. 3h ...
Crouch, p ....
Vernon, lb . 0
Cloud
K, H lien-, c . 1
tfnllwell, cf . o
Barlow, rf
0
:
sa
. Totals
I 3 30 8
Richland (mi( to(tnno n 1 —1
Vatnio,,., .o 0 0 (10 o (MM)
, . n . " 7
Summary: Hits off ( much 6
Tfioina*: ►tnuk out by Crouch 0, by
Thomas 12; double plays Crouch to Vor
niçn; stolen buses, Dougherty, Vernon
noml. bit iwel . Kcathley 2 stirlith:
hit by pitched ball, t imid. Stillwell;
bases on balls oil (much 1, Thomas 3;
wild phtius Croiidi Ij time ot game,
W nr. 4.1 mm , umpire, Ligney.
K.
)
o
0
0 o
VANDEVER.
R. H. O. A. E.
... 0 l 4 1 0
... 0 1 3 0 0
...00 1 3 1
... 0 1 1 0 0
v.. 1 2 4 0 1
... 1 0 12 2 0
... 0 0
.0 0
... 0 0
Keathley, 2b ..
Thompson, 3b .
Johnson, as ...
Bradford If ...
Stirlith. lb
A. Duncan, c
Long, cf .
E. Duncan, if .
Thomas, p
r Totals .
1 1
2 0 0
1 0 0
•>
2 8 30
Score by Innings;
3
Jr
P«ik*idc-Bancroft.
PARKSIDE.
AB. H. H. O. A.
3 I
Rainey. 2b
F. Smith cf
Walthers, If . .4
Knlmbacker, lb . 4
4 1
4 10 10
0 1 I I
n 1 7
ff I
n j
01
0
R. (Smith, ss ....4
Duncan, 3b .4
Stirlith, c .
Knoph, rf
Coffin, p ,..
0 12 2
0 110
....4 1
...4 0 1 1 0
....4 0 1 0 3
5
0
-
1
q I
n j
0 1
0
0
_
.29 5 7 *23 8 2
rai wo out when game called on ao
«.unt of rain in beginning of eighth in
nin.v. "
Totals .30 3 10 21 I)
BANCROFT.
AB. R. H. O, A.
2 2 13
0 0 12
1 2
,.3 113 0
1.3 0 0 0 0
. .3 0 0 3 0
0 0 8 1
110 1
3 0 10 0
E.
Salientine, as 4
Smith, 3b .3
Brown, lb . i
Kanz, rf . ... H
fdrCurdtr. rf
Dougherty, 2b
Uuoninplmin, c . 3
Proud, p . 3
Mitchell, If
1
1 I
1
0
n
Tot il»
SCORE BY INNINGS.
. 2 0 OT 0 0 0 0—3
.3 0 0 0 2 0 0 x—5
Park Ode
Bancroft ....
-'.Two bn-c hits—Knimhacker, R. Smith,
Stirlith. Brown, Proud. Three hase bit
•4-Kaiiz Struck out—Coffin 6 . Proud 8 .
Double play- ('iinuinghatn, Brown and
Stolen bancs Walthers,
Sacrifice hits-
Hit oy pitched ball—Be Dentine,
Knnz, Dougherty. B.i-es on balls—Cof
Dougherty.
Htirtitb, Smith, Proud .
$nith.
tin 1. Wild pitches—Colfin. L mpir
McGowan.
RorMord-HHIsIde.
.
1
1
ROCKFORD.
Forrest 3b .
Butke, ss
F, McMahon, lb ... .1 1
Ittmcherty. cf. 1 2
Pÿrguson, c . S 1
tfonabue If.
Rkrley, 2 b .
W. Lynch, rf.0 0
GJynn. p
O
2
0
1
-
3
n
1
8
1
0
i
0
0
1 :
3
-
3
1
0
o
I
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1
O
1
0
0 . 0
0 0
0
o
0
A
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0
1
I
0
Q
-
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0
jTotal« .in 14
HILLSIDE.
0 1
27
10
Lind. 3b
Harkins, c
Stoops lb
Ryan, ss
Barnhill, if .p
Lynch, cf
Wills, rf |
McMahon, 2b . 1
Connor, p. 2
4
1
1
0
o
2
1
1
9
0
1
1
2
4
1
1
0
!
0 0
0 1
4
0
4
0
1
1
3
o
0 2
^Totals .5 10 27 12
.4 0001002 3--m
IftlHrte .. ..,..2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 — 5
IVo^Tf- R ° cford ' 4; Hlllaide. 6 ;
TAvo-base hits, Forrest. Donahue, 2.
Three-base hits. Donahue. Ryan. Con
5i
nbr. Struck out. by Glynn, 12; hv
Connor, 2. Double plays. Lind to
Ryan, to Stoops; F. MrMbhon to
Earley. Left on bases. Hillside. 6;
Rockford. 7. Stolen bases. Forrest,
Ferguson, Earley, Connor,
hffi, Harkins. Bases on balls, off
Glynn. 3; off Connor. 1. Wild pitches,
Glynn. 1.
Time of Game. 1.45.
if
Barn
Passed balls, Harkins.
Other Sports on
Pages 6 and 9
I
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WILMINGTON
HORSES WIN
Take Every Event In Second
Inter-City Series and
piIe 50 Points
PHILADELPHIANS
GET 33 POINTS
Wilmington made a clean sweep In
all six races in the second of the
I series of Intercity contests, with the
I Philadelphia Road Drivers' Associa
the Bdmont mile
afternoon.
track,
Wilmington
; tion over
i Saturday ■
horses finished first in every event,
i won second with Martha Chimes, and
1 "as third with Beau Ashton and Lady
, BoHBi making 28 points all told. Phil
I „{jpiphia won second place with Ash
1 line. Strawberry, Rosa Hunter, Guy
I The racing was gilt edge, and 16
| brats were contested in the six races.
The trotters went 10 heats than over
1 aged 2.16 1-4; the pacers six heats to
of 2.17.91 1-4, giving a
Neila and Silver Minnie; third with
The Veteran, Miss Del and Lady Cop
per, making a total of 13 points. In
the series «Wilmington scored 50
( points, against 33 for Philadelphia.
I
j an average
I grand average of 2.17.61 1-4.
in the free-for-all pacing class
THEiArhline captured the first
2.11 3-4. In the next two heats ho
war collared by Bill William, who
forced him to the half-mile pole In
1.03, 1.03 1-2, and outstepped the son
of Ashllne Wilkes down the stretch
to the wire in 2.11 1-4. 2.12 1-4,
Idll William's winner of the Class
E free-for-all over Ashllne, the fleet
Philadelphia trotter that was cxpect
I ed by the horsemen of that city to
I "clean-up" the Wilmington entries
was due mainly to the tremendous
j race set by Directum Delmar, Wll
Ham N. Laiik's fast stallion. Directum
Delmar sot the pace so hot for the
first half mile In each heat that Ash
line could not stand the cojne to the
'front when Bill William would pull
on him In the stretch. While Direc
tum Delmar took a string of fourth
places, he was In a large measure
dîïe to responsible for Ashline's de
fea* and of material assistance in
helping Bill William to get under the
wire first.
Rosa Hunter, by Top Gallant, the
odde-on favorite for the 2.17 trotting
class, won (he first heat from Amo in
2.16 flat. She was outstepped by Amo
In the two succeeding heals in 2.14,
2.16 1-4. The Veteran landed in third
po ~. tlon ' „ . . „ .
( lnBB C trotting, for 2.-1 horse»,
W! ' M onp of ,hp hPBl pvpnts t ' f ,he
day. Guy Neila. by Guy Axworthy,
flr.lHbod last In the Amt heat, but
struck her clip in the second trial.
, coming up the hill with a terrifle
built of speed and beating Beau Ash
, on to the wire in 2.14 The. North
Penn contingent went wild over her
victory, but Biooklyn Hal. by Brook
lyu Chief, winner of the first heat,
look third In 2.15. The mare had
tired by her over-exertion.
Every Road Driver picked Straw*
berry to win In the free-lot-alb trot.
heat in
Lucy Van, by Anderson Wilkes, win- .
ner of the Belmont Slake on Mem- ■
orial day when she trotted to a record ,
of 2.13 1-4, w as n victim of Straw- j
I bony at the first meet, but was turn
j ed to concert pitch for the race on |
Saturday and won in straight heats
In 2.15.
Happy Del had no trouble to win 1
the 2.21 trot from Lady Copper, isa
be'la Sym and Maud H„ heats In
2.23 3-4. 2.21 doing the trick. Lady
Copper and Martha Chimes tied for
second and third positions, and in the
losf-up Martha Chimes won.
The slow pace, with three starters
I — Giller-pie, Hoke's Maid and Silver
j Minnie—was almost a walkover for
Wilmington, tor Philadelphia won :
1 only a single point. The uncertainty
of a pacing race developed in this
[event. A drenching rain storm swept
i the course after the third heal was
started, and the driver of Hoke's
1 M a ld* to save a wetting, drove to
éviter at the stables. This ga\e |
Silver Minnie two points and Hoke's
Maid was disqualified. )
The Philadelphia and Wilmington
horses have met in intercity races for
the past six years, and Philadelphia
wop for four straight years. laist
year Wilmington won
CLASS A, FHEETOR ALL TROTTING, a IN j
. .. . 3
(L«* n wilm"iton) . .. 1 j t
Strawberry, r. (. by hnmn Wilke»
(l»nvfnport. PhiUdeiphi»). 2 2 j
MU»» jj • hy r>c!m«rrh (Oft»*n i
Si V'rte'r h t.' 'hv' Dirtctun Bor ,
(Bmwn. Phitodclpü)*) . . s 4 ■
Tim« by quarter»: ,
I
|
1 3 3 4 Mile.
Twnt but. 3» 1 4 1.0« l.r.ui-3 2 15
Scrcnrt brat . .33 1 06 1 2 1 43 2 15
I CLASH B, 2.17 TROTTING, 2 IN 3 HEATS.
I Amo, a, g, by A«»trr (Phipps,
1 :
l
Wilmington >
liofcn Hunter, b.
(i rnneîly
I The Veteran
. bv Top Gxllnnt f
'InUdelpbix l . 13 3
b. g , bv Courier
Phi'ndelpMa >. ... 3 3 5
Baron. .1r„ blk. g. by Oakland Hnron
iDarlhiRton. Wilminfton) . . . .
Cbimen. br g . by Chimes
(Callahan, Philadelphia).
Time by quarters:
;
( Brown.
I
!
5 5 3
l,v
4 4 4
.u 15 3 4 Mil#.
I First heat.. .88 1 2 1 05 l 2 1.40 1 2 2 15
1 Second heat .82 14 1.04 1 2 1.89
Third heat .38 1 Ofi 1 2 1.43 1 4 2.1« 1 4
CliARS C. 2.21. TROTTING—2 IN 3 HEATS
1 Brooklvn Hal. h jr. by Brooklyn
Ckwl ■ I ' ■ Wilm R|ti m
j Ony. Ony At*
worthy (Warner. Philadelphia i . « ! 2
Beau Ashton, hr. p by Prince Ash
- ton (Moody. Wilmincton i. . .
Hoke's Margaret, b. in., by Hoke,
.Tr. (f-flushBn. Philadelphia)... 4
Kdfflr N„ h g by Bellman (Schaf
: trr. PhilsdntpMa) ...
. hr Flf
:
2 14
1 6 1
.224
s 8
3 4 0
FIcsiBn. ch
(Me
Kim Kent 04
^aaT« "4 1.40 , 4 '
jn.vBP K. FRKE for a ll _a IN 3 HEATS.
Bi Jl " 11,1
'
haffy, WP.mlngt
Tim* by quarter»;

s 5 5
5i
1 2
8 4
Mile
1 05
i 89
2.12 14
3 14
1
. rh, by Prinrf
m.rrh (Lynch. WTminfton) . ..
Ashlinc. b g.. by Ashland Wilks»
(WslU. rhlladclpbia Ï . 1 2 8
L«dy Bsss. blk bv
2 1 t
Mrlnillu»
rhima» (Wallst«, Wilmington ) .
nir.flum ludmar. blk «.. by Dir.r
tor Monro Kir»t
minclon) .
Earl Tsy'.nr, r-h,
(Priro, Wilmington I
Time by quarter»:
s j
-
8
( Lank,
Wil
4 4 4
g . by The Earl.
5 5 5
1 \
'
8 4
Nil».
1.87 1 4 2 11 8-4
2 11 14
2.13 12
2 IN 3 HEAT.S
Fir»t heat. .33 12 1 04
Srrnnd h^at .31 14 1.03
Third beat .31
<1 188 D. 1.21. TROTTING
Happy Pel., b g.. by Pelmarch.
(Fleming. Wilmington) . . . .
Martha Chime», b.
1 "AT
1.08
... i i
by Canby
Thimes 'Mehaffv, Wilmington ' . .
I Lady Copper, blk m„ br Topper
] King (Mnrkle. Philadelphia
j Isabella Bym. ch m., bv Allerton
4 2
... 3 '4
Rube Marquard Again Demonstrating He is
One of Classiest Southpaws in the Game
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MACKS 65* LAiT WEEK
The record in the National and Amen',
can Leagues of gaines playcl, won nnl|i
lost with nm hitÄ ,. lr< „ and men
j ' durimt the oast week is as
( ,ef * baBC ' dur,n * 11,0 P" 1 " r,k
j follow«:
i p. w. 1. r. h. e. Ui,
New York .. it 5 I 34 63 9 481
j Philadelphia ...7 2 5 34 69 II 49
. \( hicago .7 3 4 24 .18 14 41
Brooklyn .6 0 6 22 «3 II 4«
. Pittsburgh -....8 8 0 44 74 8 52.
■ St. UniU .8 2 6 27 31 13 42
, Boston .8 3 3 30 82 26 64
j Cincinnati . . . . s 4 4 31 71 12 42
"Chicago forfeited game to St. Louis
| July 6, rcorc 9 to 0,
e. l.h.
AMERICAN LEAGUE,
p. _w. I. r. h.
Athletics .6 4 2 43 63
Cleveland .6 4 2
Washington ...7 3 4
Chics ar
- i! i
■JiYsî i Si
IS 5 47
BnMmi
ANOTHER FOR RICHARDSON PARR
: Richardson Park took the second!
game of the season from tin- Y. M. C
A , by the score of 7 to 6 Tin- feature
of the game was the heavy hitting of,
A. Stewart. Strong and L^ Work, Jones|
held the V. M. t A. boys to five hits,
—--!
| MfCALL THROWS ARM OUT.
Harry McCall, while pitching lor the
) Elkton Tri-Conntv League on Saturday,
threw his arm out of place in the ninth
inning. Aberdeen were thus enabled to
win nut 4 to 2. McCall was relieved by
Clay.
easily.-I
j BAKFR TO FIGHT WILLETS.
8 ng Harry Baker will meet Johnny
t Willets at the Kairmonnt Club, Phiia
delphia. tomorrow night.
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2 . 2 .a 3 4
30
36
2 5 13
St, lamia
Detroit
New York . fl 3 3 20
Mila
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l Ftr»l h*nt. .34
Second brut .34
fl ARB V. J. 2ft. PACINO -2 TV 9 HKAT 8
GiUcBpi^, ch. g.. by AuM
lingtnn. WilminKton)
8 i*v#»r Minn»#*, ch.
Kmc • Hrcnnan PhlladvlpbU) . . . .9 3 2
Mmd h. m by Hoke. .Tr.,
Wilminpfoni ....
•I>id not finish third heat.
Time by quartern;
I.J'ft 12 147
2 1 10
2.21
.45
(Bar
i 3 i
hv Silver
.2 1
Milr
1 1
3 4
First hml . .84 12 110
S- « ond brat .37
Third h*«t—Not taken, raining
2.2
1 4 »
) 4ft
.2 » 8-4
20 12
BASEBALL IN THREE LEAGUES
ILS 1ER DA VS RESULTS.
T.l-State I.MRit.
I
Ko games yesterday.
STANDING (H THE CLUBS.
Trl-titale l.er.cue.
p f'
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l k
jAVilmlngton ....
- Harrisburg ....
Trenton .
Allentown ....
York .
Atlantic City ..
22
.662
.669
.500
,476
.462 .
.343 ,
1

28
....37
. .33
33
.30
33
30
35
24
46
SCHEDULE FOR T^DAT.
Tri-State League.
Wilmington at A (Untie Ulty.
Harrisburg at Trenton.
York at Allentown. I
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NEW YORK. July 14.—It looks
more and more every day now (hat
the Giants will surely capture the Na
tlrmal league pennant for the till'd
consccuLve lime. For several weeks
McGraw'a club has been playine
ch(imp i onsh1 p ha u The Giants' pitch
ng Eta (f, which was thought weak
tome time ago, is showing great
«Wength. Mathewson, Marquard,
Fromme. Crandall, Tesreau and De
maroe are all in fine condition and
ready for mound duty. Marquard has
been showing the greatest form of
any of the twiriora. He has been)
twirling the same brand of ball that
enabled him to win nineteen straight.
Marquard was late in Joining hD
team mates at the training camp, and
many critics predicted he would have
a had season after the long siege ba
hind the footlights,
Rube has fooled
'em and is again proving that he Is
one of the classiest left handed pitch
era that ever graced the mound.
CHICKS AT SHORE
FOR TWO GAMES
Inntio City this morning to play games
today and tomorrow and the Chicks
come back home for games with Harris
burg on Wednesday and 'Thursday and
with York on Friday and Saturday.
There is much interest in the, Harrisburg
series.
Ritter, lately purchased from Atlantic
City by Wilmington will join the club
! today and come to Wilmington on
i Thursday. He is the only new addition
to the club. Dee Kerr, who had been
sought by the New York Americans, will
I he left here, the New Yorkers not going
high enough on their hid for Doc.
j _-—*
(Dl ATR4 CLT B TENniS.
j The continued tennis singles for the
Wilmtnglon Country Club champion
■ pfiip. werr played Saturday afternoon
| A H. Gawthrop defeitetd D. D.
; Burh. 6-3, 6-4.
J R. S. Gifford, defeated E. E. duPont.
j 6 -l. 7-6.
• T. duPont defeated W. S. Bergland,
t in the two sets, by score, 6-2, 6-0.
in the last two sets W. M. Moore
won from J. Biggs. Jr, by default
Jimmy Jackson's Cliicka went to At
RIVERSIDE WTNS ANOTHER.
In an interesting game Riverside de
feated ( besrook on Saturday liy tlie
score of 6 to 8 . The Riverside boys
drove Donohue's offerings nil over the
field. The feature of the game was the
batting of Dougherty and the pitching
and batting of Nichole.
VLSITRDAV* RESULTS.
National League.
No games yesterday.
STANDING OF THE CLUBS.
National Leugne.
W. U PC
.51 24 ,680
.42 30 .583
_42 37 .632
38 .506
35 38 .479
33 43 .434
32 46 .410
31 49 .383
New York ..,
Phillies .
Chicago . |
Pittsburgh .39
Brooklyn
Boston ..
St. Louis
Cincinnati
SCHEDULE FOR TODAY.
National League^
St Louis at Philadelphia.
Cincinnati at New York.
Chicago at Brooklyn, .
Pittsburgh at Boston.
decided a tie in the Class C challenge
CU p match. .Casey won with a score
0 f 16 out of 25 Grier had 15.
Forty-six shooters participated. In
eluding several marksmen who will
compete in the Eastern Handicap this!
week. 'Among the latter were Walter
Huff, of Macon Ga„ and Arthur Kil
Ram of St Louts
MINNICK WINS
SHOOT OFF RACE
At the weekly shoot of the duPont
Gun Club on Saturday, J. H. Minnlck
and A. H. Lobb shot off a tie in the
Class A challenge cup match,
nick won, breaking 22 out of 25.
W. A. Casey and J. B. Grier also
BATTING OVER .100
Jackson and McDonald Real Sluggers
of Rig Leagues.
CHICAGO. Ill.. July 14—Joe Jack
son, leading the American League
batters with an average of .406. ha
lno . ... , '
mane 108 base hits so far this sea
son. according to unofficial figure-.
Tna Speaker the Boston slugger,
has 104 hits, but his average of .378
placed him third in the rank. Cobb
being next to Jackson with .396.
Cobh has played in fewer games than
Jackson or Speaker. Caldwell. New
York ranks fourth in the American
Lpgpi,,. W ( t h 375 . p^dle Colllrts Ath
tactics, is fifth with 356 and Hen
,j r v-—, r> 0 - tnn | s R ( x jh 35 J
q McDonald, the Boston third base
man is tar out In front in the Na
Honal League with an average of 422
p- ar j Yingling. the Brooklvn pitcher
( s f:e tond with 409 for 16 games
Crandall, New York, with 353 Cr>-1
va(h Philadelphia, with 347* Hyatt
Pittsburgh, with .346. and Daubert.
Brooklvn. with 345, round out the first
h a ] f ,i 0ZPn j n the older league.
Baker, of the Athletics, leads the
American Leaguers in number of
round trip hits with eight Th- same
number Is credited to Cravafh and
Luderus, Philadelphia, loaders in the
National, among the home run hitters
Stolen bases credited to Milan,
Washington, now number 4«. Moell-'
er, Washington, is next in the Amerl
can league with 32. R. Myers, of
Boston, leads the National's base
stealers with 26. Lobert, Phiiadel-1
phia, and Marsans, Cincinnati!, are
next with 22 each.
BALI. PLAYER INJURED.
While playing ball at Thirtieth and
Market streets on Saturday, Robert
Lugman strained his intestines, and
hart to be removed to his home at
1921 Lancaster avenue in the Phoenix
ambulance.
VLSI MtDAY'S RESULTS.
American League.
Detroit, 7; Athletic, 1 (1st game).
Detroit, 5; Athletics. 4 (2d game).
AVashlnglon. 5; Cleveland, 4.
Chicago. 3; Boston. 2.
New York. 3; St. Louis, 2.
STANDING OK THE CLUBS.
American League.
w
pr
.722
.610
.519
.636
.500
.391
.391
.312
L.
Athletics .57 22
Cleveland ..
Washington
Chicago .45 39
Boston ..
j St. Louis
Detroit ..
New York
..50 32
..45 37
39 39
34 53
34 53
24 63
SCHEDULE FOR TODAY,
American League..
Athletics at Detroit.
Washington at Cleveland.
New York at St. Louis.
Boston at Chicago.
Gleichman Displaces Fritz as
Heaviest of the Chick Hitters
Rudolph, of Harrisburg is runnln g away with the batting championship
of the Ti'i-State League. He is now fourteen points ahead of his nearest,
competitor, Cannell, of Allentown. After this pair come Murray, of Allen
town; Johnson, of York; Gleichman, of Wilmington, and Jackson of Wil
mington.
Harrisburg leads in club batting and Trenton in long hits. Rudolph is
the leader in the extra base clouts. Harrisburg is playing the cleanest
fielding game and Manning has taken the lead among the pitchers.
After setting the pace several weeks tor the Chicks, Harry Fritz is led
by Gleichman and Jackson. Tony Marhefka and Jimmy Sharpe are hitting
better than ever; jn fact, every man on the Chick team, excluding the
pitchers, is doing splendid stick work. The club is third in club batting
and fourth in club fielding. Tony Marhefka continues to show as the best
shortstop, while Doc Kerr, who is the only catcher to start every one of the
62 games played, continues to be the best hitting catcher.
The Chicks have hit out 79 doubles, three triples and 17 home runs.
The Chicks individual batting and fielding averages follow:
G. Ai?. R H. SH. SB. PO. A. E. BA. FA.
Gleichman .... 35 134 24 44 5 8 68 S 5 .328 .934
Jackson. 61 218 47 71-19 43 126 13 3 .326 .979
Frits .... .......
Kerr..
Movers .
McKenna .
Sharpe .
Marhefka .
Shollenberger .. 14 35 3
Tobin ...
Brazell .
Russell .
Brown ..
62
237
13
887
47
92
20
:,i
76
29
65
.320 .973
.310 .981
.280 .943
.278 .916
62
206
9
66
7 345
81 12
10
59
12
197 37
17
583
38
12
61
62
218
33
61 20
12
92
7
6
61
198
29
65
19
27
17
114
ISO
68
231
54
63
.931
11
17
24
.273
115
210
8
.229 .800
.227 1.000
.219 .971
.153 .921
.133 .911
0
1
6
2
2
19
3
44
10
4
0
8
43
0
32
15
8
7
0
0
26
1
22
69
5
9
2
1
8
60
5
25
60
8
10
1
2
10
41
5
CLUB BATTING.
AB. R.
. 2053 363
. 1985 337
. 1980 342
. 2141 ' 306
. 2081 266
. 2274 284
CLUB FIELDING.
H.
SH. SB. SP.
97 115 .297
87 143 .290
113 161 .281
78 100 .279
68 119 .278
87 84 .251
1
i
Harrisburg .
A'lentöwn ..
Wilmington .
Trenton.
York .
Atlantic City
610
576
556
697
578
570
?
A.
E.
PC.
Harrisburg .
Allentown ..
York.
Wilmington .
Trenton .
Atlantic City
1637 809
1567 795
1636 921
1644 834
1701 772
1687 853
108
.958
115
.954
122
.954
133
.949
145
.945
155
.943
PITCHING RECORDS.
W.
r J<
PC.
Manning Allentown .
Brazell. Wilmington .
Kunkle. Atlantic City ...
Scott. Allentown .
O Connor. Harrisburg ....
Russell. Wilmington.
Topham. APentown .
Chabek. Harrisburg.
Tobin Wilmington .
Hightower. Trenton.
Shaw. York .
Brown. Wilmington.
Fox. Harrisburg.
Oldham. Trenton.
Bressler. Harrisburg.
Eckert. York.
Strieker. York .
5
0
1.000
6
1
.857
7
2
.778
9
3
.75(1
12
4
.750
13
5
n
6
3
.667
7
4
.636
7
4
.636
5
3
.625
4
3
.671
11
9
.550
6
5
.545
13
11
.542
8
7
.633
3
3
.500
6
.600
o
6
5
Horsey, Trenton .
Mllliman, York.
Rasmussen. Alt»ntown ...
Culp. Atlantic City.
Moser, Atlantic City.
Ritter. Atlantic City.
.453
8
10
.444
5
7
.417
4
6
.400
9
6
.400
i Girard. Allentown
| Adams. Harrisburg
7
11
.389
.353
6
11
3
6
.333
! Kntz Allentown.
j Wallace, Atlantic City
; Williams, York .
3
9
.250
2
7
.222
6
.143
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Ram caused Harrisburg to slip back
, ., ... , * , * ,
fV"* and ch,pk . s f nmv ,pad the
| rhaHP b - v R,x and onP half « ame8 '
!
A ten game lead will mean the dig
| F in 2 of pennant pole at Front and
| I nl °n.
i
Going some now.
today and tomorrow with those Shore
Muds. The shore team has been playing
good bull of late.
Harrisburg gets in for Wednesday
n '»> Thursday games. There ought to
lx 1 some class in this senes.
_
Fans today found out why Carroll
Brown, the Athletics' voungster, gave
fifteen bases on halls'in the game
with Detroit Saturday. Brown was
[ nervous throughout the game and
Mack was critized for not taking
him out. After the game Brown got
a telegram bearing this message:
i "Mother and boy arc doing nicely."
I Olaf Henrickson, utility outfield
er of the Boston Red Sox. had his
appendix removed Just six hours af
ter he appeared at the White Sox
park in uniform, and today was on
the road to recovery. At 2 p. m..
The Chirks are likelv to have trouble
Ritter joins the Chicks today, Bra
zell going to Atlantic City. With Ruv
sell. Brown, Tobin and Ritter, the
Chicks have a great pitching staff.
1 Henrickson was batting flies and ap
j parently fit for a championship fight.
At 4 p. m. he complained that he was
| 111 and at 10 p. m. he was on the
| operating table,
Detroit pulled a surprise party on
the Athletics and took both games
of the Sunday double-header. Dauss
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wein » will give an exhibition of Ixncy
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The Topper
COME ALONG
held the Mackmen to four hits in the
first game, striking out such notables
as Murphy. Mcinnes and Baker.
Ray Collins held the White Sox to
three hits, but bvery hit meant a run
and Chicago nosed out the game. Hal
Chase drove out a home run.
Four Cleveland pitchers couldn't
stop Washington. Griffith's men gath
ered in 14 hits and the game.
Jackson did his part for the Naps
with two singles and a home run ia
four times up.
Joe
The Yankees pulled down a game
from St. Louis with their shifted line
Zeider had to return to the hos
pital, having reopened the wound in
his foot, which kept him out of the
game for a month.
up.
With Zeider out. Chance Is without
the services of both men taken in ex
change for Hal Chase,
to deliver and was sent to the minors.
Borton failed
JOHNSON FANS 22.
The Cardinal A. C. deefated the Co
liimbia A. C.. 19 to 3. Johnson, of the
winning team, struck out twenty-two
his opponents. This is the city amv
teur strike-out record.
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