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Bob McAllister is likely to be matched today
NEVER COUNT YOUR CHICKENS BEFORE THE BOAT SAILS.'
ED PETROSKEY OR
JIMMY CLABBY TO
BE PICKED FOR GO
Both Anxious to Meet Olym
pic Star, but Parente Is
Not Inclined to Give
All Demands
Bob McAllister probably will be
matched today with either Sailor Ed
Peroskey or Jimmy Clabby, the eastern
middle weight. Promoter Coffroth has
the Olympic club man tied up for two
bouts; one of them will be held Sep
tember 9, and he proposes to use him
again during October.
' Whether Petroskey or Clabby will be
selected will be determined today. Both
>f them are anxious to meet McAllister,
but Petroskey Is not willing to accede
to the demands made by the Olympic
rlub man, who Is asking for the lion's
share of the percentage, as well as
demanding that the weight be 162
pounds.
Petroskey'* manager, Louis Parente,
Is not inclined to give Bob his own
way, and if he stands "pat" Clabby will
get the match. However, Petroskey fi?
more than anxious to take another
fling at the Olympic club speed marvel
and he might give in sooner than see
the match slip away from him and go
to Clabby, as the latter has declared
that he will allow McAllister to weigh
a ton."
September 9 Is an excellent fight date,
and McAllister and Petroskey would
draw a big house if tbey boxed that
afternoon. The writer is inclined to
believe that Petroskey and Manager
Parente will give way sooner than
see the match get away from them.
McAllister Is the card and he holds
the upper hand. Coffroth wants him, as
he realizes that he will draw with
either Clabby or Petroskey.
The fans are anxious to see McAl
lister and Petroskey In action again so
one of them can demonstrate his super
iority. The recent battle between the
pair is still a topic with the fans and
the merits of Referee Griffin's decision
are still disputed,
McAllister and Petroskey would un
doubtedly prove a better drawing card
than McAllister and Clabby. The recent
battle between them proved a whirl
wind affair and another clash between
them would bring the fans to Coflroth's
arena in flocks.
Clabby is a mighty high class man
and his record is far superior to either
Petroskey's or McAllister's. Coffroth Is
considering him seriously and it is pos
sible that he will be McAllister's next
opponent.
Half Mile Horses Star
Rockingham Program
SALEM. N. H.. Au?. 19—The half
mile track horses had the program to
themselves at Rockingham park to
day, where the first day's grand cir
cuit meeting opened. All three events,
two of them $2,000 stakes, were for the
campaigners on the half mile circuits,
and they furnished some good racing,
especially in the 2:10 pace, which re
quired five heats.
The 2:24 trot had a field of 12, the
largest which lias started on the grand
circuit this season, and was won In
straight heats by- Peter Sims, driven
by C. W. Lasell of Whltinsvllle, Mass.
Lew Perkins, a member of the Lasell
stables last season, had things all his
own way in the 2:17 pace stake.
The 2:10 pacers put up the hottest
rontest of the day, the first three heats
being won by different horses. It was
finally won by Add F, driven by Lester
Dore. '
2:24 trot, three In five, stake, $2,000:
Horse and Driver Finish
Peters Sims, b. g., by Singmore (Lasell) 111
Andrey Gray, br. m. (Carpenter) 9 2 2
Bon Ton. br. h. (Merrifleld) ...2 5 4
The Mason, br. g. (Cox) 5 3 3
Royal Hall, br. g. (Nay) 8 7 9
Aubrlon. b. m. (Cherrle) 4 4 7
John Dewey, b. h. (O'Brien) 6 6 5
Carnation, b. sr. (Fox) 8 9 6
Crista b. g. (Brans) ....7 8 8
Time—2:l«i4, 2:13%, 2:14.
2:17 pace, three In five, stake, $2,000:
Hr.r>e «nd Driver Finish
Lew Perkins, b. g., by Platte Jr. (Milan) 111
Anti Friction, eh. g. (Smitb) 3 2 t
Larestina, bIV- in. (Dore) 2 4 3
Plow Boy, b. g. (Blood) 4 3 6
Joe K. b. g. (Ifelansan) j g I
Eboch W, ro. g. (Mugridge) 0 B 0
Dandelion Boy, b. S (Green) g 7 7
Betty Deen, eh. m. (Clayton) 7 •
•Distanced.
Time—2:lo%, 2:10%, 2:12%.
2:10 pace, three in five, parse, $1,000:
Horse and Driver Finish
Add F, b. h., by Judge John
Hugbes (Dore) 2 1 2 1 1
Fred W, b. g. (Smith) 4 2 1 2 3
Edna v. g. ni. (Mugridge) 1 5 6 4 4
Bingcas, b. h. (Van Houten) 3 3 4 3 2
Colin D, br. h. (Cox) 6 4 3 •
*R&a out.
Time—2:ll. 2:09%. 2:08*4, 2:11%. 2:13%.
Standing of Clubs
in Coast League
4 «-
W. L Pet.
Portland 70 57 551
Sacraments 87 «1 583
Lea Angeles 07 68 406
Venice 68 70 498
Snn Francisco ..... .65 73 471
Oaklnnd 64 78 467
RESULTS OF GAMES
San Francisco 3, Oakland 1.
Sacramento 2. Venice 1.
Los Angeles 3, Portland 2.
GAMES TODAY
Oakland at San Francisco.
Los Angeles nt Portlnnd.
Sncramento at Venice.
TIMELY HITTING
IN NINTH GIVES
WOLVES OPENER
Baum Yields Three Bingles
in Final Session and Cap
ital Bunch Takes
Game
LOS ANGELES, Aug. 19.—Timely hit
ting in the ninth Inning gave Sacra
mento the first game with Venice to
day, 2 te i, although, with perfect field
ing on the part of the southerners,
"Spider Baum would have held the
Wo}ves to one run In the nine innings.
Sacramento's first run in the sixth in
ning was scored without a hit, while
Venice earned its only run on Kane's
triple to right and Hosp's single.
Baum held Wolverton's men to five
scattered hits until the ninth inning,
when he yielded three singles, which
gave the visitors the deciding tally of
the game. Williams proved a puzzle In
the pinches. Score:
SACRAMENTO
AB. R. BH. PO. A. E.
Yfeqng. »s | 0 2 2 2 0
Lewis, 1. f 4 o 0 2 0 0
Moran, c. f 4 0 1 I 1 0
Shinn. r. f 4 1 2 2 0 0
Tennant. lb 4 0 1 9 0 8
Hallinan. Bb. 8 0 1 2 4 0
Bliss, c 3 0 0 4 2 0
Stark. 8b 3 6 1 3 2 0
WUUams, p 2 10 0 11
a——— — — —
Total 30 2 8 27 12 1
VENICE
AB. R. BH. FO. A. E
Carlisle, 1. f 4 0 2 1 Q 0
Kane, o t 4 1 2 1 0 0
Meloan. r. f 4 0 0 0 0 1
Brashear. 2b 4 0 0 4 2 1
Hosp. 4 0 2 6 fl 0
I.ltbcaf. 3b 4 0 1 1 2 X
Pattarsan, lb 2 0 0 9 0 0
Elliott, c 8 0 1 4 4 0
Baum. p 8 0 0 1 1 6
Total 32 1 8 27 15 3
RCNS AND HITS BY INNINGS
Sacramento 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 I—2
Basehits 1 2 1 0 O 0 0 1 3—B
Venice 0 0 6 1 0 0 0 0 o—l
Basehits I 0 0 S 1 0 1 2 o—B
SUMMARY
Errors—Willi am*. Meloan. Brashear, Litchl.
Three base hit—Kana. Sacrifice hit—Young.
First base on called balls—Off Baum 1. Struck
otit—By Banm 4. by Williams' 3. Double plava—
Hosp to Patterson; Hallinan to Stark to Ten
nant. Wild pitch— Williams. Hit by pitched
ball—Patterson. Stolen base—Rhlnn. Time of
game—l hour and §5 minutes. Umpire*—Me-
Carthy and Held.
Baby Speed Demon Takes
Another Record
CHICAGO, Aug. 19.—The reputation
for consistency of Commodore J. Stuart
Blackton's Baby Speed Demon was en
hanced today when she piled the Ameri
can 26 foot motor boat championship
on top of the 20 foot championship won
yesterday at the national meet in this
harbor.
The time for the 12 miles today was
117:32,- as compared with 17:Cll-5 yes
terday.
Four bpats, Oregon Kid. Kitty Lawk
V, Van Blerck and Baby Speed Demon,
contested In the finals. The Oregon
boat made the fastest lap, as she did
yesterday and in the same time, 2:46,
and had a lead of several seconds over
Baby Speed Demon when she went out
with engine trouble after making eight
fast miles.
UHLAN FAILS TO LOWER MARK
GOSHEN. N. V., Aug. 19.—Ubjtn, owned by
C. K. G. Billings, failed in his attempt to bet
tar 8:Oil$i, his owa beat mark in the world's
record for a half mile track, at the opening of
the light harness meet here today. His time
at the finish waa 2:08*4;.
SCHRECK QUITS IN THIRTEENTH
n.\u,>.ijiu, Aug. iv. —.MtKe rsenreek was
compelled to quit at ths end of the thirteenth
round of a scheduled 18 round match here to
night with Dick Gilbert.
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1913.
SEALS WIN GAME;
A CLOSE DECISION
IN SEVENTH HELPS
Umpire Guthrie's Ruling Is
Mainly Responsible for 2
Runs Needed at Finish
—Oaks Walloped
The battle for the cellar champion
ship started yesterday at Recreation
park and the Seals took the dead In
the opening; session, shuffling the short
end of a 3 to 1 score to the decaying
Oaks.
It was a mighty snappy exhibition,
In which several valuable runs were
choked off right at the plate. The
breaks came to the Seals, Umpire Guth
rie giving them a good deal in the
seventh round, when he favored the
locals with a close decision which was
mainly responsible for two runs that
were needed at the finish.
There was little to choose between
the flinging of Charley Fanning, who
bent them over for Howard's gang,
and the work of Iceberg Malarkey, who
held down the hill for the opposition.
Both were as steady as the s*phinx,
and the 18 bingles which were equally
divided between the two hurlers were
fairly well distributed.
After taking a three run lead in th<*
seventh frame, the Oaks experienced a
batting rally in the eighth round and
threatened to drive Fanning, who had
been unusually effective up to that
time, off the hill. Three straight bin
gles came along, but Leard, who had
rapped out the tblrd one, became too
avaricious and he was nailed at sec
ond, trying to stretch a long single
to center Into a double. Then Fanning
recovered himself and waylaid Hetllng
and Gardner on pop flies.
Tho Seals got their tiFst count tn tbe
third round, when Charles dumped a
Texas leaguer over Gardner's dome
and moved up a peg on McArdle'* sac
rifice. Johnston grounded to Cook,
who did a circus i>erf ormance, a jug
gling stunt being his specialty, while
Charles ambled to third- Schaller
flayed the air In vain, but a double
steal was executed by Charles and
Johnston, the former registering, and
Johnston continued on to third while
Catcher Mltze slumbered In possession
of the ball.
The next counts came along In the
seventh. Charles again led the ad
vancement with a bingle to right. Mc-
Ardle dumped one to Malarkey which
he threw to second to get Charles, and
he looked to have had him. Umpire
Guthrie thought otherwise, and he re
fused to allow the Oaks to sway his
judgment.
Johnston sacrificed. Schaller was
purposely walked. Downs forced
Schaller at second, Charles scoring.
Then Cook threw to the plate to, get
McArdle, who did not hesitate at awy
time, but Mltze dropped the ball, Mac
counting.
In the eighth Mltze blngled to center;
Ness, who was pinch hitting for Ma
larkey rapped the hide safely to right,
and Leard blngled to deep cehter, scor
ing Mitze. Leard was chucked out by
Schaller trylfig to reach second on the
hit. Hetllng and Gardner both lifted
soft ones. Score:
OAKLAND
AB. 8,. BH. PO. A. E.
I-eard, 2b 4 0 2 1 2 0
Hetllng 3 0 0 2 2 0
Gardner, lb 4 0 1 9 0 0
Coy. r. f 4 0 0 0 0 0
Kaylor, c. f 4 0 0 1 0 0
Clemen*. I. f 4 0 1 2 0 0
Ooek, ?s 4 0 1 2 1 1
Mitse. c 4 1 2 7 0 1
Malarkey, p 2 0 1 0 4 0
Ness 1 0 1 0 0 0
Prultt, p 0 0 0 0 0 Q
Total 34 1 9 24 9 2
SAX FRANCISCO
• AB. R. BH. PO. A. E.
Charts, r. f ; * 8 8 l o a
McArdle. lb 3 1 2 5 0 0
Johnston, c. f 8 0 1 l 1 0
Schaller, 1. f 3 0 1 4 t 0
Downs, 2b 4 0 0 4 1 0
Corhan, ss » 4 0 1 S 2 0
Cartwrtgbt, 3b j 0 1 2 1 6
Schmidt, c 4 o 1 ? o 6
Fanning, p 4 0 0 0 0 6
Total 31 3 9 27 6 0
RUNS AND HITS BY INNINGS
OAkland 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 o—l0 —1
Basehlta 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 8 B—9
San Francisco ...00100080 X-HJ
Basehits 2 1 1 1 1 1 2 0 x—9
SUMMARY
Pitcher* record—:, rims. 9 hits off Malarkey
tn 7 Innings. Charge defeat to Malarkey.
Stolen bases —Johnston, Bchaller, Chartea. Three
base hit —Cartwright. Two base "bits—Leard,
Schmidt. Sacrifice hits —McArdle, Cartwrlght,
Johnston. First base ea called balls—Off Ma
larkey 2, off Fanning 1. Struck out—By Ma
larkey 4, by Funning 5. by Pruitt 2. Earned
runs—Oakland 1, San Francisco 2. Left on
bases —Oakland 7, San Francisco 9. Time of
I gaoia—l hour apd 58. minutes. Umpires—Bosh
and Ciutiuf"
i opjright, \9IZ, fey R. J* Goldher«.
MAGCART'S HEAVY
STICK WORK WINS
GAME FOR ANGELS
Hitting in Pinches, His Two
Bagger and Single Bring
Home Bacon From
Portland
PORTLAND, Augr. 19.—When Charles
Comiskey failed to exercise his imme
diate delivery option on Maggart, he
made it possible for the Los Angeles
team* to take at least one game from
the Portland Beavers.
That game was claimed by the
Seraphs today, 3 to 2, and all three runs
can be traced directly to Maggart'g
hitting in the pinches. Early In the
game his two bagger scored two and a
later single brought In the third and
winning tally.
Los Angeles made four double plays
and line drives by the Beavers persist
ently went into the waiting gloves.
The Beavers knocked Crabbe out of the
box and got the most hits but to no
avail. The luck was against James,
who allowed but five hits. Score.
LOS ANGELES
AB. R. BH. PO. A. B.
P«ge, 2h 3 114 5 0
Wotell, 1. f 4 2 % 1 0 0
Moore, lb 3 0 * 12 0 0
Maggart, c. f 3 0 2 1 0 0
Howard, r. f 4 0 0 3 2 0
Johnson, as 4 0 0 4 4 0
Metager, 3b 3 0 0 2 8 0
Arbogast. c 4 0 0 0 1 0
Crabbe, p 2 0 o 0 0 §
Berritt, p 1 0 0 0 2 0
Total 81 3 5 27 17 0
PORTLAND
AB. R. BH. PO. A. B.
Chadbourne. c. f 4 1 1 2 0 0
Derrick, lb 4 I 1 13 0 1
Rodgers, 2b 4 0 2 1 2 0
Lindsay. 3h 4 0 0 0 8 0
Doane, r. f 4 0 0 1 0 0
Kores, sa » 0 1 1 5 0
Lober, I. f S 0 1 4 0 1
Flaher, c 8 0 0 8 1 0
James, p 1 0 1 0 8 0
Speas I 0 0 0 0 O
Krause, p...0 0 0 0 0 0
Total 30 2 7 27 14 2
Speas batted for James In eighth.
RUNS AND HITS BY INNINGS
Los Angeles 0002 0 100 o—30 —3
Basehits 00030200 o—s
Portland 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 o—2
Basehits 2 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 o—7
SUMMARY
Struck out —By Jamea 4, by Krause 1. First
base en called balls—Oß Crabbe 2, off Krause 1.
Two base hits —Derrick, Lober, Rodgers (§)',
Maggart. Stolen bases —Wotell, Maggart (2).
Double plays—Page to Johnson. Page to Moore;
Page to Johnson to Moore; Howard to Metiger.
Sacrifice hits—Moore, Lober. Maggart. Hit t>>
pltched ball—Page. Innings pKehed—By Crabbe
5 2-3. by James 8. Rase hits—Off Crabbe 6. runs
2; off James 5, runs 3. Charge defeat to Jamea.
Time of game—l hour and 33 minutes. Umpires
—Finney and Phyle.
* NORTHWESTERN LEAGUE t
.» , *
SPOKANE, Ang. 19.—Spokane beat Tacoma- 6
to t, today. Score: R. IT. E.
Tacoma 3 7 «
Spokane 8 U 2
Batteries—McGinnity and Crisp; Smith and
Hannah.
SEATTLE. Aug. 19.—Vancouver won, 10 ta
2. from Seattle today. Score: R. H. E.
Vancouver 10 13 2
Seattle 2 a 8
Batteries —Schultz and Konniek; Dell, Reardou
and Wally.
VICTORIA, Ang. 19.— Victoria beat Portland,
4 to 2, today. Score: R. H. E.
Portland 2 8 I
Victoria 4 8 0
Batteries—Mays and King; Fltchner and Shea.
| AMERICAN ASSOCIATION}
1 ! ft.
Columbus 6-1. Louisville 0-2.
Minneapolis 3, Milwaukee 0.
Kansas City 8, St. Paul 3.
Indianapolis 6. Toledo 4.
* UNION ASSOCIATION \
+ ! a.
Great Falls 11, Missoula L
Helena 5, Ojrden 4.
Butfe 4, Salt Lake City 3.
1 WESTERN LEAGUE f
♦- : —♦
Den Moines 10. Wichita 4.
Topeka 2, Sioux City 1
Lincoln S, St. Joseph 2. .
j SOUTHERN LEAGUE \
Chattanooga 4-2, Nashville 3-2. (Second game
called, darkness.)
Atlanta 7, Birmingham 3.
j TRISTATE LEAGUE ~|
Walla Walla 8, North Yakima 4.
■ Pendleton 1, Boise 0.
——„. —.
TWO WHITE m* TRADED
Aug. in.—pusher Frank LfPge and
Outfielder Walter Mattick of the local American
league club were today traded to tu§ Kansas
City club of the Americas association for Short
stop Breton. The trade become* effective at
once. Lange was formerly a pitcher In the Wis
consin-Illinois league apd the Western league.
Mattick played in the old lowa league and then
in the Western league.
CHICAGO MAKES
IT 2 STRAIGHT
FROM CHAMPS
Cicotte, in Great FormU
Holds Old Teammates Un- '
til the Seventh, When
They Get 1 Run
CHICAGO, Ang. 19.—Chicago mads it two
straight from the world's champions taday when
they, defeated Boston, 5 to I. Eddie Cicotte, the
former Boston twirler, was in great form and
held his former team mates safe until the sev
enth Inning, when he eased up and tbe visitor*
saved themselves a shutout when singles by
Speaker and Lewis, followed by a double steal
and a hit by Janvrin, netted their lone run. Tbe
locals got to Ray Collins at tbe start of the
game. Score:
Boston AB R H PAI Chicago AB R H P A
Hooper.rf. 4 0 0 2 6 Ohappell.lf. 4 0 110
Muudy.lb. 4 0 0 8 0! Berser.2b. . 4 2 2 2-'
Speaker.cf 4 12 1 01 LortUh.... 3 12 0 3
LewW.lf... 4 0 2 8 0: Cliase.il>. .. 4 0 17 1
Gardner,3b 4 0 0 0 1 Bodle.cf... 4 0 14 0
Janvrin.ss. 3 0 11 4 J.Collins.rf. 8 0 0 3 0
Wagner.2b 30 0 1 OjSchalk.c... 4 110 1
Carrlgan.c 2 0 0 5 0 Wcaver.sa. 4 12 4 2
'Pbomas.c. 10 12 OOleotte.p... 2 0 10 1
R.Colllns.p 10003
Yerkes 1 0 0 0 0 Total ...32 5 1127 10
Moseley.p. 0 0 0 0 1
Bngle 1 0 0 0 0
HaTl.p 0 0 0 0 0
Total . .33 1 624 9
SCORE BY INNINGS
Boston 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 o—l
Chicago 2 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 x—s
SUMMARY
Errors—Chase. Schalk, Weaver. Two base hits
—Chase. Berger, Channel]. Three base hit —Bo-
die. Hits—Off B. Collins, 0 In 5 Innings: "fl
Moseley. 6 lv 2 Innings; off Hall, none tn 1 In
ning. Sacrifice lilts—Cicotte. Lord. Stolen bases
—Chase, Janvrin, Speaker, Lewis (2), J. Culllns.
Double play—Chase to Weaver. Left on bases-
Chicago li. Boston L FUst base on called balls-
Off Cfcotte 1. Hit by pitched ball—J. Collins,
by Hall. Struck out—By Cicotte 3. by R. Collins
2, by Mosaley 8. Wild pitch—Cicotte. Time of
game—2 hour*. Umpires—Dlneeu and Egan.
WASHINGTON 6, CLEVELAND 1
CLEVELAND, v Aug 9.—Walter Johnson
pitched his thirteenth sraalght victory for
Washington hers today downing Cleveland in
a contest that went 10 inutuga. Tlie score was
5 to 1.
For nine Innings the game was a pitchers'
battle, In which neither Johnson nor Falken
berg. who pitched for Cleveland, excelled. Bur
lv the tenth, slow fielding on the part of the
locals and frpe hitting by tlie visitors gave John
son the margin.
Cleveland's only run was scored in the first
icnlng. Chapman singled, took second on Jack
son's out, went to third when Lejole was sale
on Mcßrlde's low throw and scored on a passed
bal 1 by Ainsmith which was a near wild pitch.
Score:
Cleve. AB RIIP Al Weah. AB RH P A
I.elbold.cf. 5 0 0 S 0 Moeller.rf. 5 10 2 0
Chapu.ih.ss 5 1 2 2 7; Foster,3b.. 5 12 0 5
Jackson.i f 3 0 11 6| Milan.cf... 3 o*lo
t.a!ole,2h. 4 0 1 3 JiGandil.lb.. n i 111 0
Johnstn.lb 4 0 0 0 0; Morgan,2b. 5 0 10 3
Turner.3b.. 4 0 6 3 2iShanks,lt.. 5 0 0 10
Ryan.lf... 4 0 1 2 0 Mcßride.sa 5 12 3 0
earlsch.c. 4 9 ill 1 Ainsmith.c 3 1032
Flkncrg.p. $ 0 0 0 0 Johnson,p.. 4 0 3 1 1
Olson .....10000 —
Total 42 5 13 30 11
Total... SO 1 7 30 12
Olson batted for Falkenberg in tenth.
SCORE BY INNINGS
Cleveland 1 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 o—l
Washington 6 00010000 4—5
SUMMARY
Errors —Johnston, Mcßride. Two ba»« bits —
Jackson, Johnson. Gandfl. Tbree basa hits—
Curlsch, Johnson. Sacrifice hit —Jackson. Stolen
bases —Johnston' (2>, Mcßride, Milan, Gandil.
Foster. Double plays—Carlsch and First
base on called balls—Off Falkenberg 1, off
Johnson 1. Struck out—By Falkenberg 10. by
Johnson 5. Passed balls —Ainsmith (21. Wild
pitch—Falkenberg. First has* on errors—Cleve
land 1. Left on bases—Cleveland 7. Washing
ton 8. Time of game—2 hours and 15 minutes.
Umpires—Evans and Hildebrand.
PHILADELPHIA 4. DETROIT •
DETROIT, Mich., Aug. 19.—Detroit presented
Philadelphia with « 4 to 3 victory today. Wild
throwing, indifferent throwing, loose fielding nnd
an error at a critical momeut enabled the vis
itors to come up from behind, score three runs In
tbe sixth inning and win the game. Neither
team did a great deal of hitting, but Philadel
phia used three pitchers and Detroit used two.
Score: *
Phtls. AB BHP A! Detroit AB RH P A
F-Mrphy.rf 5 0 0 2 0 Bush. s's.-.. 4 113 3
Oldrlng, sa 4 1 1 2 3 Louden. 2b. 2 1 0 1 8
Collins, 2b 4 1 0 3 2 Crawford,rf 3 0 10 0
Baker. Bb. 8 2 2 1 1 Cobb, cf... 3 0 1 3 0
Mclnnls.lb 2 0 0 8 0 Veach, If.. 4 0 2 4 0
Strunk. cf. 2 0 12 1 Gainer, lh. 3 0 010 0
Walsh. If. 4 0 1 3 OTutwcllr.lb 0 0 0 3 0
Lapp. c... 1 0 0 2 OStanage, c. 4 0 1 2 1
Bbawkey.p 1 0 0 0 2 Mor|arty,3b 4 0 0 1 1
ifouck, p.. I 0 0 0 1 Hall, p 2 1 1 0 1
Scbang, c. 2 0 1 4 fl Lake, p 1 0 0 0 3
Bender, p. 0 0 0 0 GlHlgh 1 0 0 0 0
jDaiiss 9 0 0 0 0
Total 29 4 G27 10:McKee 1 0 0 0 0
1 Total 32 3727 17
High batted for Gainer In eighth.
Dausa ran for Stan&ge in ninth.
McKee batted for Lake lv ninth.
SCORE BY INNINGS
Philadelphia 01000300 o—4
Deroit 003*00000 o—3
SUMMARY
Errors — Baker. Mclnnls. Schaqg, Louden.
Veach (2). Two base hits—Baker (3), Cnub.
Three* base hit—Crawford. Hits—Off Shawkev,
4 In 3 innings; off Bench, 3 lv 5 Innings, none
out in ninth; off Bender, none in 1 inning; off
Hall. 5 in 6 Innings, nope oat in sev
enth; off Lake. 1 In ft innings. Sacri
fice hits—Bonck (21. Sacrifice fljea—Mclnnls (2),
Crawford. Stolen bases —Sebang. Glaring, Bush
Left on bases—Pliiladelpljia 6, Detroit f. First
base on called bal la—Off Shawhey 2. off Hall 3,
off La** 1, off Houek 1. Hit hf pitched ball-
By SUawkey. Louden. Struck oat—By Shawkey
1. by Ball 1, by Bender 1, bm Hfiuck 2. Time
ot game—l hour and 58 minutes. Umpires—
O'Lougbiia and Sheridan. I
Standing of Clubs
in Various Leagues
as 1 r — 1 —♦
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Club— W L Tdti Club— W L Pet
New Yevk. 77 34 694 Brooklyn... 48 59 4*4
Philadelp'ia 64 41 610] Boston 46 63 423
Chicago 62 51 649 Cincinnati. . 45 72 385
•Pittafurg.. 58 58 523;5t. Louis... 43 71 877
AMERICAiTIEAGUE
Club— W L Pcti Olub— W L Pet
Philadelp'ia 74 38 661 Bcstaa 53 57 432
Cleveland.. 69 46 SOO'Betroit 49 6C 426
Washington 63 49 56* St. Louis . . 45 73 381
Chicago ... 62 55 630! New York . 39 69 865
NORTHWESTERN LEAGUE
Club— W L Poti Club— W L Pet
Vancouver. 78 52 584 Victoria 60 66 476
Portland. .. 87 ii 563-Tacoma 56 78 434
Seattla 70 57 551 Spokane 48 67 418
CINCINNATI WINS
TWO FROM BOSTON
BOSTON, Ang, 10.—Cincinnati today won both
games of a double header from Boston, the first
4 to a and tbe astaaq a shutout. 2 to ».
I-tmg hits tiy Beacber and IbvbUtzoll ware
mainly Instrumental in giving Cincinnati the
victory in the first contest.
Suggs allowed tmt two Boston men to reach
first base in the second contest and he was
only prevented fro:n pitching a no hit game
when Mar an vJUe got a scratch Infield single
In flic fourth fining. The Hal) tual the Boston
shortstop hit bounded off floblltzell's glove and
before the f.rM base plan eottH take it and
throw it to Suggs, who covered first, Marnn
vflle had reached the base.
The oftloiai s*corr-r and all the reporters agreed
that it should have bean recorded as a scratch
bit. Score:
Cinciu AB RHP Aj Boston AB RH P A
Beafher.lf 4 2 3 0 o|Marvllle.ss 3 0 0 2 2
Bates.rf.. 3 " 1 1 o;Myer». U.. . 4 2 212 2
0r0i,.21i. .. 4 0 1 3 2[('onnel!y,lf. 3 0 0 1 0
Marsana.af .1 O O 1 0 Sweeney. U> 3 0 0 1 3
3 2 113 1 'firlfßtb.rf. 4 0 2 0 0
Tinker.ss. :i 0 1 :! 8 Smith.3b. . 3 0 8 1 2
Dodge.Sb,. 3 0 11 3!Mann.cf... 4 0 0 5 0
I>ling,e... 4 0 ft 5 Oißariden.c. 3 0 15 1
Johnson.p. 3 0 0 0 3 Rudolph.p. 2 v 0 0 4
— pickfOn.p. .0 0 0 0 0
Total ..30 4 527 17 McDonald.. 1 0 0 0 0
Hess. ..... 1 0 Q 0 0
Collins ft 0 0 O 0
Total ..81 2 527 14
McDonald batted for Rudoipli in sixth.
Hcjis batted for Smith in ninth.
Collins ran for Hess in ninth.
SCORE BY INNINGS
Cincinnati 0 no 0 l J 0 1 I—4
Boston 1 0 6 0 O 1 0 O o—2
SUMMARY
Errors —Johnson, Griffith. Collins. Two base
hits—Hoblltzell. Dodge. Three base hit—Res
eller. Hits—Off Rudolph 7 in 8 Innings; off
Dickswn 1 in 1. Sacrifice fly—Bates. Stolen
base—Myers. Sacrifice Jilts —Karlden, Marsans,
Tinker, Dodge. Double plavs—Myers to Maran
vilic: Tinker to HobllrseH. on bases—
Ciccinnati r». Boston First base on called
balls —off Rudolph l, off Jofinaon 3, <>fr Dickson
1. First base on errors—Boston 2, Cincinnati 1.
Struck out- By Rudolph :t, by Johnson 4, by
Dickson 1. Time of game—2 hdurs and 10
minutes. Empires—Brrnnaa and Eason.
SECOND GAME
C-laei. AB RH P A Boston AB RH P A
Befcher.lf. 4 0 110 Mrpvlllf.sg 40123
Bates.rf.. 4 0 0 2 0 Myers, 1b... .1 0 012 1
Gi-0n.2h... 4 111 2 Comiellr.lf. :t 0 0 2 f)
Mataans.cf 4 0 2 0 0 Sweeney.2b 3 0 6 1 6
Hoblltzl.lb 3 0 0 9 l! Grifflth.rf. 3 0 0 0 0
Ttnke.r.BS.. 4 0 0 4 1 Devlin.3b. .10 0 11
D«dge,3t>.. 3 0 0 1 4 Smith,ijh... 0 0 O 6 0
Clarke, c... 3 118 0 Mann.cf. .. 3 0 0 10
Suggs.p... 3 0 2 1 1) Whaling, c. 2 0 0 7 1
— Tyler.p 8 o 0 1 3
Total -.32 9 727 9 MeDopaid.. 1 0 0 Q 0
lies* 1 0 0 0 0
T-atal . ..2» 0 1 27 16
McDouald hatted for Devlin in the fifth.
Hess batted for Whaling In the ninth.
SCORE BY INNINGS
Cincinnati 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 o—2
Boston 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o—-0
SUMMARY
Two base hit—G.roh. Sacrifice hit—H >blltr.eß.
Left on bases—Cincinnati 6. Boston j. first base
on called balls-- off Tyler 2. off Suggs 1. Struck
out —By Tyler 7. fey Suggs 8. Time of game—l
hour and 30 minutes. Empires—Bason and Breu
nan.
PITTSBURG 8, NEW YORK 8
NEW YORK, Aug. 19.—rittsbiirg evened the
series at Nevf Yorlf by taking (lie fodrth game
by S td 3. The visitors hir Fromtne hartl in
the first and second Innings, scoring six mns.
In each of these innings Carey drove a home
run into the upper tiep of the grandstand. Mis
long drive ia tbe second followed Adams' single
and Byrne's double. Craaflall, who was pur
chased hack from St. Louis, yesterday, also
was bit hard and was poorly supported- Sibupp.
a young ieft bander, who has been with the
champion* ail year, got Into his first Ug league
gurne and did not permit a hit lit the two in
nings he pitched.
A sensational one handed running Cijten by
Murray on Wagner in the eighth inning was a
feature. Score:
Pitts AB RHP Aj N. York AB RH P A
Byrne.3b.. 5 110 2. Burns,lf. .. 3 0 0 1 1
Carey.lf.. 4 2 3 4 0. 4 0 12 3
Vfox.2h... 5 2 2 0 o;Fleteher.sg 4 112 4
Wagner.es 5 1 I 2 3;l'oyl e .-'b... 4 0 18 3
Miller.lb,. 4 0 2 8 ljMerkle.lb. 4 I 210 0
O.WH'n.rf 5 0 2 4 fl Murray.rf.. 4 i 2 3 0
Mltchell.cf 4 10 4 4 v 1 4 1
Gfbsori.c.. 4 0 13 I McLean.c.. 3 0 1 2 ■>
Adami.p.. 4 12 0 OiTboxpe 0 0 0 0 0
- -—IHsirrley.c.. I 0 1 00
Total -.40 814 L' 7 7 From me. p. 0 0 0 0 0
Craodsll.p. 2 » 0 0 2
MeOormlok 1 0 fl 0 0
Scimpp.p.. 0 0 0 0 0
Co*per 1 0 Q 0 0
I Total ..85 i ma? lo
llinrpe ran for McLean in the seventh.
McCornjlck batted for ('randall in the seventh
Cooper batted for Sehupri in the ninth.
SCORE BY IXUrSGS
Pittsburg s 8 fl 0 1 1 0 0 fr—s
j New York .0 o 0 0 2 1 0 0 0— a
I SUMMARY
I First base oa errors— Pittsburg 8. Two base
Goldberg
bits—Byrne, Spqdgrass;, Merfcle. Home rtrns—
Carey (2>, fly—Miller. Stolen bases—
Shafer. Carey. Hartley. f.eft on bases—New
York 6. Pittsburg 8. " Double plays—Fleteber to
Merkle: Miller to Wagaw: Snodgrass to Merklo
First base on called balls—Off Cr»ndall l.aow
Schupp 1, off Adams 1. Struck out—By Adams
2. Hita—Off Fromme 7 in 1 1-3 Innlnga; off
CrandaU 7 in fi 2 ?. innings: off Schnpp O m 2.
Time of game—l hour and 42 mmutss. Cm
pires—Klem and Ortfe.
CHICAGO », PHILADELPHIA 8 •
PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 19.—Chicago won ita
fourth straight victory here today over Philadel
phia, 3 to 2. The yisitors scored all their runs
in two innings by bunching #our hits, including
doubles by Schnlte and Archer, with two passes.
Oravath and Killifer got six of tha tight hits
made off Pierce, a santhpaw, the former-.getting
two doubles and two singles in four times at bat.
Pierce kept bis hita scattered except in two in
nings.
It was learned today from 31 ray examinations
that paslrert bad prok*fi a finger of his rlpht
nana in catching a drive off Scbulte's bat yester
day and that Walsh of Philadelphia had broken
a bone in his foot pT being bit" with a ball in
practice. Score:
Chi. AB RHP A} Phlla AB RH P A
I>>Bcb.(tf.. 4 113 OBeoker.lf.. 8 0 13 0
Ever*.2b.. 3 1 2 2 0 Devore.lf.. 0 0 0 0 0
S<-hulte.rf. 5 0 2 1 fwKnabe,2b.. 4 0 0 2 4
Zimrniu s 3b 3 0 1 3 1, Lohert,3.b-. 3 6 12 0
Soier.lb... 4 0 010 fl'Magee.cf. . 4 6 0 2 *
WIHsBMUf 3 0 0 1 0 Grav.atb.rf 4 14 0 0
Corridon.ss 4 0 0 1 5 Laserua.lb. 8 0 O'll 0
Archer.c. 4 117 2fDdolan.*s.. 4 0 0 4 4
Pierce.p... 4 0 0 0 3 KllUfer.c.. 4 18 3 3
_ Seafon.p... 2 0 0 0 3
CPotal ..84 S 737 11 Dolan 1 0 0 0 0
Doom 1 0 0 O 0
Total ...33 2 827 U
Dolan batted for Becker In fße eighth.
Doora batted for Senton in the ninth.
SCORE BY INNINGS
Chicago 0 0 O 2 1 0 0 0 o—3
Philadelphia 0 9 1 00 000 I—3
SUMMARY
Errors—Knabe. Magee (2). Two ba*» hita—•
Selmlte. Archer, Cravath (2). Saeriflee hit Sea
ton. Left on bases—Chioago 8, Philadelphia 7.
Struck ©lit—By Pierce 0, by Saatop 3. First
bast; on errors—Chicago 3. First l>ase on called
balls—off pter<-e 2, off Pea tort 3. Hit by pitched
ball—Evers and Williams, by Seat 00. I*tae of
game—l hour and 50 minutes. Umpirsa—O'Day
and Einslle.
BT. LOUIS 5, BROOKLYN 3
BROOKLYN. Aug. 19.—St.' DQUtB played a
bunting game tp.defeat Reylbacb totjai aj»d had
the Brooklyn infleluers standing on their heads
trying to stop the sacrifice bunting. This was
especially true of the sixth inning, when th»
usually reliable Dauhert tna.de two errors that
went a long way toward scoring the visitors'
three runs and deciding the game* Score:
St. L. AB R H P A Brook. AB R H P A
Hugsirot.ftb 2 113 51 Moran.rt... 4 1114
I Qakcs.cf,. 1 2 Q 1 Oj Meyer.,.,.. I 0 ft Q 0
Magee.lf.. 4 12 1 v Cutshaw,2b 1 0 5 $ 4,
Mowtey.Sß 2 12 1 41 Sfengel.ef. 4 Q 3 * OH
Kntohy.lK. 80 119 OlWaeat.lf... 3 0 11 t'
V.'hltted.ss 4 0 0 4 BjDauhext.lb. 8 0 0 S O
Cathers.rf. 4 0 0 0 0 Smith.3b... 4 0 1 1 9
Wingo.c. 3 0 2 5 2 R.Fisher.ss. 4 3 0 3 1
Perrltt.p.. S 0 1 ft i Miller.c i O 1 8 4
Bailee, p... 10 0 0 OiW.Fisebas.e 1 1 1 3 q
—— — .iCojllps 1 3 U 0 0
Total.-..27 5 927 10 Reulbach.p. 0 0 0 0 3
.Ylrigltng... 1 0 0 fl O
ißagon, p... 0 9 0 0 0
I Hantaan... 1 0 0 0 0
f Total 33 273? 19
MeyeY batted for Moran in ninth.
Collins batted for W. Fischer in ninth,
Ylngling batted for Reulbach in eighth.
Hunuuell batted fa* Ragea La ninth
SCORE- BY INNINGS
ft. fouls... 0 1 0 1 0 3 0 0 o—o
rooklyn 0 M 0 M H Ch-8
SUMMARY
Errors—Wblrren 2. uanbert 2. Left on base*—.
St. Louis 8, Brooklyn 8. Two baa* bit—Mow
rev. Three base bit—W. Fischer. Sacrifice
Mh— Hiigglns, Oa£€r [21, MoWrey, Kohetchj,
Renibaoh. First base on errors—St. Loafs 1
Brooklyn 2. Stolen base—Oakes. First base 00
called balls —Off Perrltt 3. off Reulbacb. 8
Struck out—By Perrltt 2, by Reulbach 3 by
Sallee 2. by Ragon 3. Wild pitch—Peesitt
Reuln«ch. 7 hita off Perritt In 7 2-3 Innings:
9 hits off Reulbach in 8 Innings. TbSe of
ganie—1 hour abd 40 minutes, unrpirea—Rig-
ler and Byron.
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