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WEDNESDAY, JULY CO, 1913
THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
DOUBLE DEFEAT
S ABR0ADBy Goldber:
TIGERS FAIL TO
SCORE ONE 00N
IF YOU DON'T BELIEVE PARIS IS A BEAUTIFUL CITY, ASK THE MAN FROM COOKS'.
SENDS CARDS TO
BOTTOM PLACE
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New York Captures Both
Games of Double Header by
Scores of One to Nothing
and Three to One.
Brown Keeps Hits Scattered
While Dauss and House Are
Hit Hard Spectator Throws
a Missile at Cobb.
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S.T LOUIS1. July .tO.Hy winning
two pnmw hero Tuesday, New York
took a big stride towards the Na
tional league pennant and at the
samo time sent the locals Into last
place, The irorc of the. first game
wa? 1 to 0, Deman e. besting Doak.
who has pitched effective ball
against New York in two games, in a
pitchers' battle.
In the second game, score ?. to 1,
S'alle tried to repeat his victory of
Saturday over the New York's but
was hit timely and received ragged
support. Grier, who relieved him.
was steady. From me, who has
bitfn St, Loui twice in the last
eerier was effective throughout.
In tho first contest but one local
player reached third base, Mowrey
Try virtue of a double and an out in
the rlxth. However, Demaree tight
ened and retired the next two batters
on Ftrikes, The leaders talllied their
run In tho third inning when Mcyer3
doubled to left and advanced on an
out. Ho scored on a sacrifice ily by
Dcmaroe.
Now York started scoring with a
rnah In tho second same, getting a
run In the first inning after two w-.jre
out In a single by Fletcher, his steal
of ieoond and an error by Whitted
which permitted the shortstop to
reach third. Fletcher tallied when
Huggtns dropped Melean's throw to
break up an attempted double steal.
In the third Burns shot a liner along
third base line for a home run. Tho
easterners' last run was the result
of singlca by Herzog and Fletcher, a
mcriflee and Mowreys poor playing
of Merkle's roller.
In tho seventh inning Whitted
walked and Konetrhy singled. Evans
forced Konetrhy at second and when
Fletcher held tho ball Whitted tal
lied, saving the tail enders from a
Bhutmit.
First game
New York "01 000 000 1
St. Louis 000 00 0 0-0 0 0
Doak and Wingo; Demareo
Meyers. Umpires Brennan
Eason.
Second same
Now York 101 001 000 ?,
St. Louis 000 000 10-0 1
Ftomme and, Wilson; halloo, Grier,
McLean and Wingo. Umpires
Eason and Brennan.
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Taking Contest by an Right
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TNDIAXArOLIS. Ind.. July 30.
Timely hitting by the visitors and ex
cellent work by their pitchers gave
IoirUsvillo a victory over Indianapolis
her? Tuesday. & to 2. 'oth the lo
cal runs were secured without a hit.
In tho third Keilly waa h't, went to
second passed ball. In the fourth
on Gettman's out and sored on the
second passed lall. Ia tho fourth
Flynn walked, .vtolo sec .-nil nnd went
to third on everoid's ovorhrow of
second. randall walked after Stew
art and Krug had struck out, a
double steal scored Flynn.
Ixmdermilk was taken out la the
f.fth after ho had walked one man
and played Rellly's grounder so slow
that the runner reached first ahead
of his underhanded toss. During :he
four inniruxa h pitched he allowed
but one hiL Toney did equally as
well allowing hut one hit, Xrug's
double to left In the ninth.
Inu!svillo jcored thTee in tho sixth
on lurch's single. Stansbury 3 wad;.
K rug's error on Osborn's grounder.
ISeaumnier's out and Neihoff'3 siiile
to center. In the seventh two sin
gles, an out and. a double netted the
visitors two more while two pisses,
a double and a single added three
to tho total in the ninth.
Louisvillo ooo 0 0 3 202 1 10 2
Indianapolis ..001 100 000 2 2 2
Ivrudermilk. Toney and Severoid;
Harrington. Works and Casey. Um
pires Chill and Irwin.
SENATORS WITH OLD
MEN ON JOB WIN
Rcrulir IJnonp i.s Presented For the
First Time Since July 16,
and Mud Hens Ic.
BOSTON TAKES
ENTIRE SERIES
Chicago Downed in Both Games
of a Double Header and to
Add to Tough Luck Chappell
Hurts Knee.
BOSTON", July CO. Boston made a
clean sweep of the four game series
with Chicago by winning a double
header from the visitors Tuesday, the
first game 2 to & and the second 5 to
The first contest was a pitchers'
battle between Scott and Foster. The
latter twirler held Chicago to four
scattered hits. Boston scored in the
fourth inning on Gardner's single and
Engle's triple and the fifth the home
team's other run was made by a
double by Hooper and Speaker's
single
In the second game Chicago used
three pitchers but all of Boston's runs
were scored off O'Brien who until a
few weeks ago was a member of the
local team. O'Brien wildness and
numerous errors by Chicago infielder
were responsible for the most of the
live runs made by Boston.
Chappell wrenched his knee during
the first and had to retire from the
second game.
First game.
Chicago .'.000 000 000 0 4 0
Boston 000 101 00 2 7 1
cott, Benz, and Kuhn; Foster and
Thomas. Umpires OVLoughlin and
Sheridan.
Second game.
Chicago 000 000 210 3 6
Boston 010 2 02 00 5 6 C
O'Brien, Ivithrop. Benz and Schalk;
Ieonard and Carrigan. Umpires
O'lvoughlin and Sheridan.
BROWNS ARE HELD TO
THREE LONE SAFETIES
Enslo is Sent In for Second Time in
Series at Washington and
Wins Game.
CSOLTCMRTts O., July CO. Colum
bus with a regular lineup for the first
time plnce July IB Tuesday took the
second gamo of tho Toledo series by a
furore of seven to three. Outfielder
J. Jones started the sixth inning with
a. triple, scoring the run that tied the
pcore when Smith singled. An crnvr,
two passes and singles ly Hinchman
and I'erring brought five more runs
before the side was retired. Kayres
was steady, five of the eight singles
he allowed coming in the first and
Inst innings.
Columbus . ...100 005 00 T 13 1
Toledo 100 010 001 3 S 4
Hayres and Smith; (Jeorge. Colin
more and Ivvogt, Umpires Murray
and Connelly.
WASHINGTON, July 30. Wash
ington made it three out of four by
winning from St, Louis Tuesday two
to one. It was Engle's second victory
in the series, and in the two games
St. Louis made but five hits and
scored but once. Ievcrenz, although
batted rather freely, tightened up
with men on bases, and kept the
score down. Errors behind him help
ed Washington to the game.
Washington scored in the first in
ning on Moeller's double and Milan's
single. In the sixth, Gandil singled,
went to second on an error, reached
third on a passed ball and scored on
an infield out. Stovall scored St.
Ionis' only run in the fourth after
reaching first on a clean single, he
went to second when Laporte drop
ped Pratt's fly and scored on a single
bv Williams
St. Louis 00O 100 000 1 3 4
Washington ...100 001 000 2 S 2
leverenz and Alexander; Engel and
Henry. Umpires Connolly and Ferguson.
"SLIM" SALLEE, CARDINAL'S GIANT LEFT-HANDER, WOULD BE ANOTHER "RUBE"
WADDELL WITH A GOOD TEAM BEHIND HIM.
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Every one in a while "Slim" Sallee,
the St. Louis .National league club
pitcher, performs sensationally and
sets tongues waggin
His latest notable work was the
blanking of the Giants, to whom he
allowed but three hits. Sallee threat
ens to become a great left-hander al
most every year, but with the hope
less Cardinals behind him .never gets
farther than the threatening period.
Properly handled, with a fast-fielding,
hard-hitting team to support him,
Sallee would be one of the greatest
pitchers that ever played tho game.
Under Roger Bresnahan he did great
work and has shown flashes of it for
Miller Huggins, but it really would
require a Connie Mack or a McGraw,
with the sort of teams they have, to
make Sallee a great star.
HUES EVEN UP
0
CAGQ SERIES
Dickson Pitches Sensational
Ball, Gets Sensational Sup
port While Boston Hits Ball
Hard.
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CHICAGO, July 30. Boston showed
a reversal of form behind Dickson's
pitching and thus evened up the series
with Chicago, winning the final game
here nine to one. The local men
were helpless before Dickson's twirl
ing and gathered but four hits, only
two of which were ounched in the
initial inning and netted a run.
The fielding behind Dickson was
gilt edged and some times spectacular.
Lord, Connolly and Mann made brilli
ant catches in the outfield, while the
infield contributed its share of light
ning plays.
The visitors started a regular bat
ting bee when Overall opened for
Chicago and continued their slugging
when Ritchie was called to the rescue.
After the first inning, Chicago was
unable to get a man past the second
station. The locals exploded three er
rors but only one, Schultz's bad
throw to Zimmerman, figured in the
scores.
Outfielder Lord got a freak home
run when he hit a long bounder to
left field and the ball bounded over
the fence scoring two ahead of him.
Manager Evers got in an argument
with Umpire Orth and was chased to
the club hbuse.
Boston 023 103
Chicago 100 000
0009 12
0001 4
Dickson and Whaling; Overall,
Ritchie and Hresnahan. Umpires
Klem and Orth.
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"SLIM" SALLEE.
CHAMPIONS ARE THE '
HOBBY OF WEALTHY MAN
Sidney K. Marvin of San Francisco
l)eveloied MeLoughlin
and Others.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 30. De
veloping tennis champions is the fav
orite pastime of Sidney R. Marvin of
this city, a man of wealth who de
votes his spare hours to the promo
tion of juvenile athletics. His suc
cess is measured by the progress of
Maurice E. McLoughlin, United States
champion; William L. Johnston, now
in the finals for the Longwood cup
at Boston, and John Strachan, win
ner of the National Cla.v court cham
pionship at Omaha, This trio was
graduated from the club which Mr.
Marvin founded ten years ago and
has directed since.
It was Marvin's idea that through
constant tournament play, great ac
curacy could be combined with the
speed developed on the asphalt courts
of California, a series of champions
would be produced. At the outset he
engaged a veteran professional to in
struct his young charges and month
ly tournaments for high class trophies
have stimulated interest in the same.
Two colored teams clash at Spring
brook park. Emancipation day. What
is promised to be a grand contest. El
liott's Giants vs. Renton Harbor
Giants, Friday. Aug. 1st. Giants have
won three straight. Harbor Giants
are playing air tight ball. Game call
ed at C p. m. Miss Flossie will carry
the bats. Advt.
REDS BEAT DODGERS
IN EIGHTH INNING
CINCINNATI, O., July 30. Cin
cinnati rallied in the eighth inning
and captured the last game of the
series from Brooklyn Tuesday, G to
Up to that inning Walker, a re
cent addition to Brooklyn's pi -i
staff, had pitched fah ball, only si
hits and three runs having been
scored against him. He was wild,
however, two of his bases on 1 alls,
one in the second and another in
the eighth, counting for that nany
runs. Johnson was taken out in tae
sernth to allow Rates to bat for
h.m. Rrown finished the game for
Cincinnati without a hit being made
of him.
Rrooklvn 010 103 COO 5 7 0
Cincinnati 020 100 03 H 9 2
Walker and Miller; Johnson,
Brown and Kling. Umpires O'Day
and Emslie.
LONG HITS GIVE THE
GAME TO THE EVAS
EVANSVILLE. Ind.. July 30.
Lon hits by Jewell. Tepe and Grefe
scored five of Evansville's runs in
Tuesday's game, the locals wining.
C to 4. Fittery forced two visitors
over the plate with walk.- in the
i-ith. Frornholtz succeeded him
with the bases full and walked an
other. Parker got a home un in
the ninth with nobody on, giving the
visitors their fourth run.
Evansville 010 020 21 10 1
Terr.- Haute ..000 003 001 4 1
Fitterv. Frornholtz an.d Stratton;
Cantwell. Parker nnd Hargrove. Um
pires A?ur and Ross.
MILLERS HIT WHEN
HITS MEAN SCORES
Kauris City Fails to Connect at Op
portiinc Times and Iies an
S to 2 Contest.
MINNEAPOLIS. Minn., July 30.
V';itt rxui :id: u.e ivaasas City club
scoreless in all but the final inning
Tuesday :i:;d the locals had an easy
tim: winning the first game of the
f-eries by seven to two. Covington
started the pitching for the visitors
but retired in favor of Riley in the
fifth. The Champions hit when sin
gles meant runs. Allizer's batting was
a feature.
Kansas City . .043 000 002 2 8 3
Minneapolis ...003 030 10 7 9 3
Covington. Riley and O'Connor:
Patterson and Smith. Umplres
Westervelt and O'Brien.
WANTS B0UTWITH FLYNN
Sam Langford to Remain in West for
Some Time.
CHICAGO, July 30. 5am Lang
ford, negro heavyweight pugilist, who
recently returned to this country from
Australia, spent several hcurs in Chi
cago Tuesday enroute from San Fran
cisco to Boston.
"I expect to stay in the east several
months and will try and ret a match
with 'Porky Flynn." said Langford.
"In the fall I will return to the Pa
cific coast to fill several fight engagement!;."
TWO VICTORIES GIVE
THE SERIES TO NAPS
Joe Jackson's Work is Big Feature in
the Double Defeated Handed
the New Yorkers.
NEW YORK, July 30. Cleveland
won the series from New York, three
panics to one, the visitors taking both
seetions of a double header Tuesday,
t! to 2 and 6 to '.). A heavy rain
bewail to fall in the fourth inning of
the second game but Umpire Dineen
eompelled the players to go through
the entire nine innings.
Though outhit. fJ to 7, the visitors
won the first same easily when they
scored four runs in th- sixth inning.
McConnell relieved Keating in this
inning with one run in and the bases
full and sent two Cleveland runs
over on wild pitches. Kahler pitch
ed a steady came and kept New
York's hits "well scattered.
Cleveland won the second came in
one big inning, the fourth, when they
scored all their runs. Three runs
were made off Schulz in this inning
on singles by Jackson, Lajoie and
O'Neil, Hartzell's error on Turner's
rap. Turner's steal and a pass to
Graney. O'Neil's hit struck Schulz
with great force on the shin, and
forced him to retire from the grame.
Warhop took his place and after he
walked Mitchell. Chapman cleaned
up with a triple, driving in three
runs.
Mitchell gave nine passes but the
locals could not solve his delivery
when he got the ball over. Jackson's
work featured both games. In the
two games he hit a home run, a
double and two singles, drew a pass,
scored four runs and stole two base-s.
First game
Cleveland 010 004
New York COO 100
Kahler and Carisch;
Connell and Sweeney.
E?an and Dineen.
Second game
Cleveland 000 600
New York 100 100
Mitchell and O'Neil;
0105 7 1
001 2 0 I
Keating. Mc
PHILADELPHIA. July 30. Phila
delphia shut out Detroit eisrht ta
nothing In the first game of a d"uble
header here Tuesday afternoon.
Dauss and House were hit hard by
the league leaders, while Brown kpl
the visitors' hits scattered. Strunk
played a wonderful game, his catches
in the first two Innings cutting oft
five possible runs.
In the eighth inning a spectator
in the grandstand threw some light
missile at Cobb which struck him.
Cobb requested Umpire Evans to have
the man put out of the grounds. A
park policeman was assigned to
carry out the request but could nt
find who was the offending spectator.
After a delay of several minutes th
game was resumed. Later Cobb went
out of the game, but his leaving had
no connection with the Incident.
The second game was called at thn
end of the third because of rain.
Detroit 000 000 000 o S 4
Philadelphia. ..021 030 n s 12 t
Dauss, House and McKee; Brown
and I-app. Umpires Hildebrand and
Evans.
GOAT SEWDS BILL
OMAHUETO FIEICo
Terrier Manager Places Him
self on Third Base and is
Filling Gap Left By Peck and
Kroy.
Manager "Goat" Anderson, of th
Terriers, is taking a try at the infield
and is now holding down third base.
If he makes good at that position ho
will allow himself to stay there nnd
put Bill Donahue out in the gardens.
Donahue is an old Central lenuer and
has just recently joined the Terro
Haute gang.
Anderson s hitting has not been up
to the mark all season and he is com
pelled to boost his batting strength.
He evidently thinks that by goins into
the inner works of the game he can
bolster up his average and extend h;3
lease on Central league Kail.
This Donahue has been playing first
class .ball with the Quincy club of th
Three I league. List year he. made a
good outlield record, playing in F'.3
games, was at bat 4 01 imes and
banned out 1C4 safeties, and scored
runs.
Now that Pick and Kroy are well
on their way to Toronto, where they
will be seasoned for tho New York
Americans, arrangements are being
made to fill the places of these two
stars. One Tommy Sheehan wa
purchased at the same time Donahue
came into the ranks of the Tt-rriers,
but so far he has failed to appear.
It is understood that he has jumped
to the Pittsburgh team of the Federal
league. He has not signed a contract
with the Pennsylvania team, howev
er, and there is still a chance of pet
tine him back. Sheehan wants to ko
to Terre Haute, so the only hitch lies
in his re-instatcment into legal base
ball. This is necessary because of his
joining an outlaw team.
NEELY DEFEATED BY
TCVAO TCMMIO D! AVrD
CHICAGO, July 30. John C.
Neely of the Wanderers' club, one of
the favorites in the wes-tern tenn'.a
tournament was defeated Tuesday by
Robert Shelton of Texas, one
of th
doubles champions of the south.
Neely won the first set 0-4 and de
faulted on the third- Shelton took
the second 6-3. L, Harry Waidner
of Winnetka won his match from,
G. C. Patterson of Evanston. J-2. -L
in the fourth round and W. T. Hayei
won from A. L. Green, western int r
collecriate champion 6-2, 6-2.
Miss Gwendolyn Hees of Minneap
olis, central western champion, won.
an easy victory over MLcs Elizabeth
Moore of Chicago 6-1, 6-1 In th
women's singles. Miss Carrie Neely
won from Miss Elizabeth 13ruce 6-2,
6-1.
CIIANfi: OF OFFICE.
I have severed my connection with
the letral department of the Chi.. So.
Pend & Nor. Ind. Ity. Co. and havi
established law ofTiees Jn the Ameri
can Pldp. wth Howell, Jones t;- Di
vine. Floyd o. JelHson. Advt.
hop
and
and Gossett.
Egan.
000 6 11 1
100 3 5 1
Schultz. War-
Umpires Dineen
PAUKNTS OF A
Born Tuesday to Mr.
Clyde Mitten of Warren
son.
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