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FllANKFOItT N ;C ..-?: -.T K-T ,"'. k 37 -: V tho visitors having scored but twice, once in tho second on Jones'hit, Phillips' error of Wintersmith's assist and Douglass' hit, and once in the fourth on Vanwinkle's hit. a wild pitch and Douglass' scratch two But in the sixth Conoveropened up with a beautiful home run into the the pond. This made the score pretty close, and when Douglass opened tho seventh with his third hit of the game, thirigs began to look squally. However he was obliging enough to attempt a steal of second, and was easily disposed of, Davis to Phillips. Wadsworth struck out, but Brown was given a life on Wintersmith's error of his grounder. He attempted to steal second, and took third on Davis' low throw, which went to center-field. Reiman brought him in with a hit, but was himself left at third, having stolen second and third in succession. The home boys were blanked in their half and thon tho fun began. Conover smote the first ball pitched him squarely on the trade-mark, and it landed just a few feet outside of Mrs. Todd's garden. Prolonged cheers greeted the gritty little pitcher as he made his second circuit, bringing in the tieing run, and all hands agreed that if his club did not win it would not be his fault. After Jones and Vanwinkle wore disposed of, Breckinridge mado a Bingle and scored on Douglass' fourth hit, which took a sudden bound and went over Coins' head, yielding three bases to the batter. Wadsworth struck out, and with the score 6 to 5 against them the home boys took the bat. Davis made a hit, and scored amidst vociferous cheers when Wadsworth threw the ball over Hennessey's head. Merchant took Becond on Brown's overthrow of his grounder, third on a passed ball, and Goins' sacrifice allowed him to acore the winning run. Wintersmith made a hit and took second when the sphere passed Douglass, but was put out attempting to make third on Hennessey's muff of Brown's assist on Stagg's grounder. In the ninth Brown and Reiman were quickly disposed of, but Hennessey took first on Phillips' high throw of his grounder, and continued toward home. Davis, by a mad dash over all obstacles, got tho ball and threw it to Barrett in time to touch the runner out at third, and the game was over. Three cheers for our noble captain ! Tho scoro : FltANKFOItT. AB It In 8H TO A E Newman. If 2 2 0 0 0 1 0 Barrett, 8b 3 2 1 0 2 u u Davis, c. 4 1 1 1 12 3 1 Merchant, cf 4 2 1 0 2 0 0 Golns.rf. 3 0 o 0 0 0 Wintersmith. a. 8. . . . 4 0 1 0 3 1 Stage, P 1 1 0 Llndsey, lb 2 0 0 0 0 0 Phillips, 2b 3 0 0 0 1 2 Totals 29 7 5 2 27 9 4 DAMVILLX. IU K 111 811 PO 1 B Brown, ss B 1 0 0 0 3 1 Reiman. 2b. - G 0 1 0 4 0 2 Hennessey, lb 6 0 2 0 6 1 2 Conover. D 4. 2 2 0 Jones, c 4 Vanwinkle, 3b .... 4 Breckinridge, cf . . . . 4 2 0 DongLiss, If. 4 4 0 0 0 Wadawortb, rf 4 0 0 0 0 Totals 39 6 13 0 24 8 9 Iunlngs 12345678 9-T Danville 010 101120 C Frankfort 10301002 7 Earned runs Danville 3. Two bate Hennessey, Douglass. Three Douglass. Home runs Conover 2. Stolen bases Reiman 2, Hennessey,. Newman 2 Barrett, Goins, Stagg. , Lett on bases Duuvllle 6, Frankfort 3. Double to Conover. Bases on balls Off Conover 4. Batter bit (Joins. Struck out By Conover 6 ;Stagg 11. Passed balls Jones 4. Wild Tlmo of gameTwo hours. Umpire Richardson. The Owensboro Club will meet the Frankforts at Lake Park next Tuesday afternoon, and the Pleasurevillo Club are expected to play hero next Friday afternoon. - 'J wiJ, v ",)' 5 P i H BBSV HEADQUARTERS OR JiVBEY THINa O 3ST W FT TR TT, T, R . w,: ? Brot"h tk h OP F,. .M- tt FVi v & r. Ji" r.' Sfifei M J-,, TO - Kr' -V ti fcK ' IM. u, m (f RT'-. fV E FY' fc at I nV. .. - EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOIt i Columbus Buggy Co., Troy Buggy Works. Fine Buggies, Phaetons, Sur- ries and Light Carriages. The H.H.BabcockCo.,Brooni St., N . Y., Cabriolets, Vic- torias, Traps and Novelties of latest Eastern design. FliAMFORT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT, AUGUST 20, 1892. Base Ball. Highlands vs. Frankfort. The Highlands, of Louisville, who were announced as thirsting for revenge, came up Saturday and were defeated without much effort, by tho score of 15 to 2. Montz, a pitcher who has achieved considerable reputation in the City League of Louisville, was in the box for the visitors, and the homo boys found him a very easy mark, hitting him without difficulty whenever hits were needed. There were no especially noteworthy features outBide of the battery work of Stagg and Davis and Barrett's flne third baBO play. Stagg's control of the ball was wonderful, as he neither gave a base on balls, hit a batter, nor had a wild pitch. He was especially effective when men were on bases, and had his Bupport been a trifle better a shut-out would have been the result. Tho official score: Frakkfobt. u r In so ro A K Newman, U..f...6 20 02 0U Barrett.Sb 4 i 0 1 2 1 1 Davis, c 5 1 2 0 1 4 0 Hewitt, rf 40100 0 0 Goins. cf 4 2 1 0 1 0 0 Wintersmith, ss 5 2 1 0 0 5 3 LIudbej, W.. lb . . . . 4 1 1 0 6 0 0 Stagg, J 3 3 2 1 1 1 0 Phillips, 2b 4 2 1 0'2 0 1 Totals . . . 38 15 9 2 27 10 5 Highlands. An n 1b sn io a Eacott, cf 5 0 1 0 l 2 0 Newman, 8b 4 1 2 0 1 2 3 McCorab. lb 4 1 2 1 13 Montz, p 4 u 0 0 1 Tharp. If 4 o 0 0 1 0 0 Banner, zd 0 0 0 3 5 3 Delust, c 4 0 10 2 1 0 Wood, s. s 4 0 0 0 2 4 5 Vaughn, cf 4 0 10 0 0 0 Totals 37 2 7 1 21 16 13 Innings . . 12 3456789-T Highlands.. . 0002000002 Frankfort . . . 1 4107020 15 Earned Runs Frankfort 4. Two Base Hits Davis, WIntorsmlth, Newman. Stolen Bases Newman 3, Barrett 1, Hewitt 2, Llndsey 1, Ptillllps 2, Escott 1. Base on Balls Off Montz 2. Hit by Pitcher Bj Montz 2 Struck Out-By Montz 1; By Stags 13. Passed Balls Davis 1; Delust 1. Wild 1. Left on Buses Frankfort 4; Highland 8. Time of Game 2 hours. Umpire Richardson . DANVILLE V8. FRANKFORT MONDAY. The Danville team and the Frank-forts crossed bats for a series of two games this week. The first waa played on Monduy and resulted in an easy viotory for the homo team. Tho visitors played a don't care, listless sort of ball, and the game was never in doubt at any Btage. Hennessey was batted savagely for the first two innings, but after that few hits were made off him. Merchant pitched steady, effective ball to the last inning, when ho eased up and the visitors scored three runs, all they made during the game. Although tho time of tho game, one hour and forty-five minutes, was one of the quickost of the season, it was far from being a lively contest, and it did not evoke the least enthusiasm from tho spectators. The acoro follows: Daktillx. ab it In bh ro a b Brown, sb , 4 1 1 u 1 4 0 BllUli 4 0 3 0 2 0 1 Hsnnessey. p 4 l l l o 4 i Conover, .b.s.s. ...4100730 jonse, c. , . 4 0 0 0 6 2 1 Wadiwotth, 8. b, If . . 5 0 0 0 0 0 1 Breckinridge, cf. . . . 4 0, 0 0 0 1 0 Douglass, 1?, lb 3 0 0 0 H 0 1 Hardin, rf..'.. 1111111 Totals 34 3 Q 124 21 6 aii it In sn ro a k Newman. If 4 2 2 0 2 n Barrett, 3b 2 1 0 0 a 3 D.ivls, c 4 1 4 0 13 3 Merchant p 4 0 0 0 1 1 Golns, cf 4 0 0,0 0 n Wli.tf rsmltli. g, s. . . . 4 (I 2 0 0 Stagg. rf 4 1 1 0 0 0 0 I.lmley, lb 4 1 1 0 9 0 0 Phillips, 2b 3 1 1 0 13 0 Totals 33 7 11 o 27 13 3 Innings 123 Danville 00000000 33 Frankfort 2 300 1010 7 Enrned Runs Frankforts 5: Danvllles 3. Two Base Hits Llndsey and Davis. Three Base Davis. Stolen Bases Newman 4; Barrett; Davis; Con-over. Double Plays Dmvllle 1. Base on Balls Oil Hennessey 2. Hit by Pitcher Brown. Struck out By Hennessy D; by Merchant 11. Passed Balls -Jones 1. Wild Pitches-Merchant 3. Left ou Bases Frankforts 4; Danvllles 4. Time of Game One our and forty-five Umpire Richardson. Danville vs. Frankfort Tuesday. Tuesday's game was one of tho most hotly contested over seen at Lake Park, the scene of so many hard fought battles. From start to finish tho result was wavering in doubt, and not until Frank Barrett retired Hennessy at third, on Davie' assist in the last inning, did tho crowd feel sure of tho victory. The home club held the lead for the greater part of the game, but this only male the uncertainty a more pleasing one, without in the least dispelling it. The visitors' batting was tho heaviest done by a visiting club this season. Conover and Douglas in particular distinguished themselves, tho former making two home runs and the latter two singles, a double and a triple, although the double and triple were of the scratch order. But it was in fielding that the home boys excelled. Such a game as they put up, barring one or two instances, is rarely witnessed, even on" the professional diamond. Davis' catching was of the phenomenal order and tho victory was, without else, emphatically his. Stagg's box work was also good, and for tho third successive game he neither gave a base on balls nor hit a batter, a feat which few, if any professionals can claim. He was very effective for tho first five innings, but after that the visitors found him more easily. Tho game oponed up with Newman at the bat. Ho got his base on balls. Two passod balls gave him third, and he scored on Davis' sacrifice fly to Breokinridge, Barrott having fouled out. Stagg made a in the Becond and stole third, but was loft. In tho third, after Phillips had fouled out, Newman again got his base on ballB and stole second. Barrott made a clean hit, and whon Wadsworth allowed it to pass him, ho took second and Tommy scored. Davis knocked a ball to Roiman, and took first on his error, Barrott going to third. Merchant hit another grounder to Reiman, who mado a fine stop, touched Davis and throw to Hennessey to complete the double, but tho latter muffed the ball and Merchant was safe, while Barrott scored. Merchant kept on and reaohod third in safety, whence ho scored a moment later on a passed ball. In the fifth Barrott got hiB base on balls, stolo second in flne stylo and came home on Wadsworth's muff of Daviss1 fly, assisted by Rolraan'a wild throw to Vanwinkle. Davis was caught in an attempt to steal third. Up to this time tho boys had had things pretty much their own way, WE GUARANTEE Good work at moderate prices and that every vehicle we sell shall be the BEST VALUE for the money to be found any where. 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