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IF YOU ARE NOT INSANE ON THE WAY HOME, YOU JUST SIMPLY- HAVEN'T SEEN EUROPE, THAT'S ALL.
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During Game But Win Over
Cincinnati by a One to Noth
ing Score.
NDV YORK. Ati- 27. NV-.v York
made it two straight from Cincinnati.
Christy Mathewson beating Johns-n
la a great twlrlcrs' battle by a s'oro
of one to nothing. The visitors made
eight hits against two for the Cham
pions, Lut one of the local's hits was
a Ions triple by Merkb in the sev
enth. Murray's sacrifice .My
permitting Merkle to score
followed,
the only
run of the game.
Cincinnati threatened to tie the
core in the ninth when Marsans and
Hoblitzell singled with ono out, hut
neither Tinker nor Clarke could drive
In the tying run. A one-handed run
ning catch by Murray on P.esoher Jn
the fdxth was the fielding feature and
robbed that player of a three base hit
or a homo run. Umpire O'Day
demonstrated the, force of habit when
In the eighth inning he announced
Prown is now pitching for Chicago.
Cincinnati . . ..("00 0 00 000 0 S 2
New York 000 000 10 1 2 1
Johnson, Rrown and Kllng;
Mathewson and Mclean. Umpires
O'Day and Emsllc.
PINCH HITTERS WIN
ONE FOR PHILLIES
Ft. Louis Had a Rig Ixatl Until
Dooln'n Men Started Hitting
Rail in Seventh.
PHILADELPHIA. Aug. 27. Pinch
hitters won Tuesday's game for Phila
delphia from St. Louis by six to five.
When the, home team went to bat in
tho seventh inning St. Ivmls led by
threo to one. Miller and Ryrne, for
merly of Pittsburgh., went in as pinch
hitters, the. former hitting for a double
arid Iyrne for a single, and both
scored on Devore's single.
Salle then took Perritt's place and
Ftopped the rally but in the eighth
Paskert batted for Luderus and made
a homo run. After Killifer doubled
with 'ne out, Harmon took bailee's
place. In tho ninth Knabo singled.
Heed, a pinch-hltter, heat out a bunt.
S. Mageo sacrificed and Cravath was
purposely given a pass, filling the
hiii.es. Paskert, who had continued
in the game by going t. centerfield,
doubled, Knabo and Keed scoring
and winning the game.
Seaton pitched the last two innings
for Philadelphia and did not yield a
hit or pass. Lobert wa.s forced to
leave the game .after being hit on the
hand by ;i ball pitched by Sallce,
Ryrne going to third base I)ooin
also hurt his right shoulder in touch
ing out Oakes ut the plate.
St. .Louis :?oo 200 ooo r
Philadelphia ..000 001 212 6
Perritt, Sallee. Harmon and
rrts; Mayer, Seaton and Dooin.
frr. Umpires Klem and Orth.
10
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ADAMS WINS PITCHING
DUEL FOR PITTSBURGH
IfolcU Ronton to Three I lit- and
No
Runs While IIos is Hit
Scrvcn Times.
ROSTOX, Aug. 2 7 Pittsburgh shut
out Poston Tuesday three to nothing
in r game featured by light batting.
Adams held the locals to three scat
tered singles while in only one inning,
tho ninth, were the visitors able to
get more than one hit off Hess.
Pittsburgh's first run wa.s so. red in
tho sixth inning when Dolan walktd,
Ftole second and tallied on a single I v
,Yiox. In the seventh inning. Millet
Fingled, went to second on an infield
out, to third on a balk by Ress. and
crossed the plate on Gibson's sacrifice
lly. Miller also so. -red the visitors'
other run In the ninth, following his
single and singles by Mitchell and
Gibson.
Acting Manager Swerney of the
Poston team was Tuesday notified of a
three days' suspension following his
argument with Umpire Rigler in Mon
day's game.
Pittsburgh . ..000 poi mi 7 1
Uoston Out) 00 0. i0 0 0 r, 1
Adams and Gibson; Hess and Whal
ing. Umpires Rigler and Pvron.
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Archer Gets the First One and
Three Men Score Saier's
Comes Later and Two Men
Cross the Plate.
miOOKIA'X. Auir. 27. Triples by
Archer and Saier, the former's with
the bases full, the latter's with two on,
were responsible for Chicago's second
successive victory over Brooklyn Tues
day six to three.
In the second inning Williams sln
firlo and passes to Saier and liridwell
filled tho bases. Archer's three br-se
drive cleared them. Kvers singled
and Schulte -walked in the third, and
Saier's triple sent both home. Saier
also scored on Williams' sacrifice fly
after Walker had relieved Kagan.
Walker held Chicago scoreleV3
thereafter, allowing only one hit. He
gave way to a pinch hitter In tho
eighth, Wagner pitching the final in
ning. Pierce pitched shutout ball up
to tho eighth when Miller's single.
Kvers error, Moran's single, a pass
to Cutshaw and Collins sacrifice fly
scored two runs. Smith doubled in
the ninth and scored on Hummell's
single.
Hagan refused to leavo the box
when Uapt. Daubert ordered him to,
but finally agreed when Daubert re
fused to continue. Kagan showed hl3
anger by throwing the ball to the
fence, and then throwing the glove
into the field after he had sampled
the water barrel.
Pitcher Pfeffer of Grand Raplas
took part in the early practice.
Chicago 033 000 000 f 7 1
Brooklyn . ...000 000 021 3 8 2
Pierce and Archer; Ragan, Walker,
Wagner and Miller. Umpires Bren
nan and Kason.
LEADERS WIN IN THE
FIFTEENTH INNING
MeGraw Win
(iiimo ' For Grant!
Rapid
s on a Triple and a Wild
Throw to Third.
TERRE HAITE. Ind.. Aug.
27
McGraw hit for thre bases in the
l.'.th inning Tuesday and in attempt
ing to throw him out at third base.
Gorman made an over-throw, the ball
rolling to the bleachers, giving Mc
Graw an .additional base and Grand
Kapiris won a thriller four to three.
There were 20 bases on balls issued
and 22 strikeouts.
G. R'ds "00 030 000 00 001 4 13 1
T. H'te 100 010 010 000 C00 3 S 2
S. Smith and McOraw; Harris and
Hargrve. Umpire Ross.
WAS Kl'lMU-nkilATIVK.
McCORDSVILLE. Ind., Aug.
Smith McCord. IM, n. representative in
tho state legislature from H;ineock
county at the session of 1S75, is dead
at his home here.
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LEAGUE STANDINGS
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ASSOCIATION.
Club W.
Milwaukee 77
Minneapolis 75
Louisville 7 4
St. Paul 5S
Columbus 72
Toledo 58
Kansas City 57
Indianapolis 4 8
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Chicago
Pittsburgh
Brooklyn
Boston
Cincinnati
St. Louis
LKAGUK.
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.604
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.435
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.359
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Philadelphia
Cleveland
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80
.72
.673
.595
.568
.524
.496
.423
.381
.345
49
51
59
59
71
78
76
Washington 6 7
Chicago . . . ., 65
Boston 58
Detroit 52
t. Louis 4 8
New York 40
CENTRAL LKAGUi:.
Club W.
Grand Rapids 86
Fort Wayne 68
Springfield 61
Terre Haute 58
Dayton 56
Evansville 50
L.
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65
67
71
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.535
.484
.464
.441
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GAMES TODAY.
National I ague.
Pittsburgh at Boston.
Chicago at Brooklyn.
Cincinnati at New York.
St. Louis at Philadelphia.
American League.
No games scheduled.
Central Iearuc.
Springfield at Dayton.
Fort Wayne at Evansville.
Grand Rapids at Terre Haute.
American Association.
Milwaukee at Minneapolis.
Kansas City at St. Paul.
RESUrTS YESTERDAY
Xatinnal league.
Chicago, 6; Brooklyn. 3.
Pittsburgh. 3: Boston. 0.
New York, 2; Cincinnati.
Philadelphia. 6; St. Louis,
American league.
Boston. 7; Detroit, 6.
1.
5.
Washington, 5; Chicacro,
Cleveland, 3; New York,
3.
0.
Philadelphia. 8: St. Louis.
0.
Central league.
Springfield, 10; Dayton, 9.
Evansville, 2; Fott Wayne, 1.
Grand Rapids. 4; Terre liaute,
(15 innings.)
American Association.
Louisville, 5; Toledo. 1.
Milwaukee, 4; Minneapolis, 2.
St. Paul. 3; Kansas City. 2.
GREFE'S HOME RUN IS
WINNER FOR THE EVAS
Knoll Has a Bone in Ills Check Brok
en When Foul Ball Strikes
Him In the Face.
EVANSVILI.E. Ind.. Aug. 27.
Evansville won a pitchers' battle from
Fort Wayne here Tuesday afternoon
by a score of two to one when Grefe
poled a home run in the fourth in
ning. Matthews followed with a
single and scored on Stratton's two
bagger. Fort Wayne scored in the
first inning on a hit. a sacrifice and
an error. In the eighth inning a foul
ball ran up Manager Knoll's bat strik
ing him on the cheek. A small bone
was broken.
X. lliv . ... I" V vi u
Fort Wayne ..100 000 000 1 5 1!
Hardin and Stratton; Young and (
Martin. Umpires Groeschow.
I DAYTON IS BESTED
IN SLUGGING MATCH
DAYTON, o.. Aug. 27. In a game
featured with the hard hitting of
both teams, Springfield won the sec
ond of the series from Dayton here
Tuesday 10 to nine. Dayton tied the
score by a batting rally in the seventh
but O'Day's double and Keene's single
J decided tho contest in Springfield's
favor in the ninth.
Springfield ...41 1 021 001 10 14 t
Dayton 110 200 050 9 IS 0
Troutman, Norton and Snyder;
T ' o Vi CnmntAn j n A U'lrrnn T'mnlr
Geisel and Thomas,
experiment.
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FAILS IK ATTEMPT
TO SWIM CHANNEL
Henry I fctillivan Has to Ghe Up Re
cau.e the Motorboat Can't
Stand Wave's.
DOVER, Aug. 27. Henry F. Sulli
van of Lowell, Mass., failed in his at
tempt to swim the English channel
Tuesday. He entered the water near
the south foreland at 6:4 5 o'clock In
the morning and l?ft the water at
4:03 in the afternoon when within six
miles of Cape Grisnoz, France.
Up to that time Sullivan had suf
fered little from exhaustion and was
quite capable of continuing the strug
gle. But as the seas were breaking
over the motorboat accompanying
him, the pilot insisted that tho effort
be abandoned.
The weather conditions were fav
orable when Sullivan started but an
easterly wind sprang up soon after
ward, raising a choppy sea. In spite
of this Sullivan continued to make
good progress, using a powerful breast
stroke, until the seas became so
boisterous that they threatened to
swamp the motorboat.
CLOSE GAMES PLAYED
Tennis
Tournament
Bringing
Out
Some Good Players.
Three Interesting games in the Y.
M. C. A. tennis tournament were
played Tuesday. The matches re
sulted as follows: Rowe defeated
Pink, 7-5, 6-1, 3-6. Warner defeated
Kingsley, 6-1, 6-1. Herbert Warner
defeated Harold Warner, 6-4. 6-1.
This will put Herbert Warner in the
semi-finals. Other matches will be
played off during the remainder of
the deek.
CANCEL G AMI-IS.
The two games between the Hoosier
Creams and the Plymouth Clippers
scheduled for Plymouth for Sunday
and Monday have been cancelled. The
Hoosier Creams are anxious to ar
range games for these two open dates.
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JURY HOLDS YOUNG'S
DEATH ACCIDENTAL
Rout With Willartl is Referred to a
"Irizc nht' in Report on
Fatal Ending.
LOS ANGELES. Calif., Aug. 27.
The death of John ("Bull") Young
was "unintentional by Jess Willard",
according to the verdict of coroner's
jury given late Tuesday. The death
was caused, the verdict says by "con
tusion of the brain due to a blow on
the chin delivered by Jess Willard".
The prosecution had announced
that the coroner's verdict would not
alter the manslaughter charges
against Willard and eleven others as
a result of the fight last week ut tho
Vernon arena.
The bout was referred to as "a
prize fight" in the verdict. ThL$ will
be an Important point in tho pros
ecution according to Assistant Dis
trict Attorney Ford who has charge
of the case.
"Prize fighting", he said, "is illegal
in California, although 'boxing' is
permitted."
RALLY IN NINTH GIVES
SERIES TO COLONELS
Louisville in Iast Trip to the
Sends Over Three Runs
Against Mud Hens.
Rat
TOLEDO, Aug. 26. Louisville
made a clean sweep of the series here
Tuesday, when Collamore's suppoTt
blew' up on him in the ninth inning,
giving Louisville a 5 to 1 victory.
Prior to that
time Toledo had been
but the visitors strong
in the running,
tinish took awav their fight.
Toledo 000 0 00 100 1 ( ?.
Louisville 000 020 003 5 T 1
Collamore and Devogt; demons
and Severoid. Umpires Johnstone
and O'Rrien.
FORMER LEAGUERS DO
NOT DOWN THE SAINTS
Fred Lange nn! Five Ollier From
High Company Lose (iamp for
ST. PAUL. Aug. lm;. Although live! Southerly breezes brought the mrr
of the players Kansas Citv has ob-! r'-r J,'!k Jo normal marks again
to inn, i frnm Mnir- iq,, mtic in ! Tuesuay, when the thermometers rf'g-
recent trades played for the visitors
against Paul
team won ! to 2
between Karcer
Schreiber, late of
Tuesday, the local
i-i a pitchers' battle J
and Fred lmge. I
1 1 11 1'UIUIII .oilli-
ern 'tague team, reported to Ft. Paul
Tuesday. He made a hit and accept
ed several ditricult chances in the
field.
Kansas City ..100 001 000 2 $ 2
St. Paul onj 0 00 01 3 5 0
Lan
go
and O'Connor; Karger and
Umpires- Chill and Irwin.
Miller.
MILLERS FAILED TO
HIT THE SPITBALL
!lolik llol.b Them to Three Hits and
Milwaukee is a Four to Two
Winner.
MINNEAPOLIS. Aug. 26. The
home team lost Tuesday through in
ability to bat Hovlik the spitball
pitcher. Patterson was batted rather
hard and although the fielding be
hind him was steady the Milwaukee
team had little difficulty winning 4
to 2.
Minneapolis ..000- 101 000 2 3 1
Milwaukee 201 000 010 4 10 0
Patterson. Burns and Owens; Hov
lik ami Hughes. Umpires Connolly
and Murry.
HE ROOTED TOO HARD
Grand Kapid
-i Man Ljcs HLs Voice at
a Ball Game.
GRAND RAPIDS. Mich..
Ernest Wellman cheered
Grand Rapids player made
Aug. 27.
when a
a sensa-
tional play in a close game. Well
man's voice -was heard above all oth
?rs at the ball park but when he
tried to repeat he got only a wheezy
whisper. Physicians said Tuesday the
injury to Wellman's vocal chords may
never b ovcrcor-
beAf- ul:-
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BPOWHS FAIL TB
MAKE MANY RUNS
They Get Seven Hits But as Cal
Brown Keeps These Scatter
ed Philadelphia Wins Eight
to Nothing Game.
ST. LOUIS, Aug. 27. Cal. Hrown
was invincible at critical stage's Tues
day while his teammates pounded
Mitchell hard and timely ;ind the St.
Louis fielders played their positions
poorly. Philadelphia winning its last
game of the season in the west eight
to nothing. Clarence Walker. Jlfi.OflO
outfielder secured by the h"mc tram
from Kansas City club of the Ameri
can association played a brilliant
game in left. Two of his putouts were
spectacular.
Philadelphia ..105 ooo 020 S 1.1 1
St. Louis 000 000 000 0 7
Hrown and Schang; Mitchell and
Agnew. Umpires Egan and Dineen.
WILL HOLD PRACTICE
At a meeting of the Howard Park
football club Tuesday night at the
park organization for a team to play
during the fall was effected. The
first practice game will be played
next Tuesday nisht on the grounds
cast of Howard park, when all the
players who present themselves will
be given an opportunity to try out.
It is hoped that games may b ar
ranged by the middb- of September.
CLUB IS AFTER A HOME
Chicago Organization Interested
Larul at Mitchell.
In
MITCHELL. Ind.. Aug. L'7. Rep
rr:"ntaTi t s f t!i- CbjeacM Autorno-
j bib- 1 1 ; ) ' wort' hTf Tuesday attempt
' ;:;g to bas a largo property contain-
ir.f a string of caves and a natural
park for a private pleasure ground
i'.-r th- -lub. par! of the plan b-ing
to 'i mii a sii am 10 kino a oo;;ung arm
tlshlng i" :id.
istered at tho
warmest time,
it stood at the
8 5 degree
Tn the
CZ degrf-e
nob-h at the
1 r 1 m"ming
ma rk.
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1U
With
1 S3 if ft
Are afforded an oppor
tunity to save quite a
bit on school suits this
week if they take advan
tage of our sale prices.
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Scroggins, a New One With the
Sox, is Given a Chance Bui
He Fails to Locate Plate and
is Jerked.
CHICAGO. Aug. 27. Washington
got the jump on Chicago in the tir.!
inning Tuesday and piled up a live
run lead, which the bnals were un
able to overtake. It was the visitors'
last appearance of the season here.
Manager Callahan gave h.s latest
pitching recruit. Scroggins. purchased
from tiie Hugo. kla.. club of the
Oklahoma-Texas league, a try out
but he was unable to b'cate the plate
He walked Moeller. who stole second.
Poster grounded to Weaver. who
threw wild to Chase and Moeller
scored and Eddie Cicotte was sent to
the rescue when Milan had three balls
on him. Cicotte walked him and
Gandil followed with a single which
scored Foster. Lord's error of Mor
gan's grounder let Milan score and
Shanks singled, scoring Gandil. La
porte sacrificed and when Henry hil
to Weaver. Morgan scored.
P.oehling. who has been experienc
ing a losing streak since hi? bng
string of victories, was on the mound
for the visitors and did not allow .1
hit until the fifth. Itodie singled. I i.
was forced by Collins. Schalk an 1
Cicotte each lrev bases on balls ami
with the bases filled Weaver doubled,
scoring three runs. After that Eoeh
ling allowed but two scattered hits.
Empire Connolly aft th held to
catch a train and Empire Hildebrand
look his place.
Washington ...."00 (mm) oon r 7 1
Chicago 000 (i:;0 0 0e. ?, t
Poohling and Henry: Scroggins",
Cicotte and Schalk. lmp:r s M c
Greevy and Connolly, Hildebrand.
C0MST0CK HAS TOUGH
LUCK JPJFIRST GAME
Micrahlc Support Causes Detroit He
emit to Lnc Contest
to Hoton.
HETEOIT. Aug. 27. Packed by
miseralde supjort and victim of nm
batting rally. Italph Comstock. I De
troit's SlLV'Oo beauty, pitclied a heart
breaking game against Poston Tues
day and lost sever to six. Pctroit
tied the count in the seventh and l?'s
ton batted acrss the winning tally in
th eiglith.
Comstock's major league debut wai
far more impressive than tlie seor
would indicate. Man alter man -eight
in all Struck vainly at hil
elusive spitball. In the lirst four in
nings he struck out six- men
teammates' misplays helped
after h!
t piaco
runners on the bases.
Anderson baffled Detroit for two
innings but the Tigers found him for
five hits and five runs in the third and
Mosr-lv replaced him in the next in
ning. P.oston irn (urn 0 ! 0 7 Irt 2
Detroit Oil.", t.mo pie 11
Anderson. Mosely an 1 Cady; Com
stock. Imbue .and Stanage. I'mpirej
Evans and Ferguson.
YANKS LOSE ENTIRE
SERIES TO THE NAPS
Grcjrg Holds Visitors
While CaMwell is
Tinier.
to Five Mill
Hit 11
CLEVELAND. Aug. 27. Cleveland
took the tinal game of the series front
New York Tuesday, making it thret
straight. Gregg pitched shut out ball,
while Caldwell was found for hits in
the pinohis. Score three to nothing.
Cleveland ma-le its first run In th
second inning, when Carisoh singled,
took second on a wild throw by Hart
zell and scored on Leihold's single.
Leibold's tripp and Chapman's single
Ireugln another in the ':fth. Ixl
bold's s'ngle. Chapman's sacrifice anl
Jackson's double added the third run
in the seventh. LejboM made a triple
and two singles In four times at bat.
driving in the hrt run and scoring th-
other two himself.
elm-eland . 10 0 1 0 1 n .. r. 11 0
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C.r.trg
S w een ey.
Sheridan.
and Cari
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h: CaMwell and
'Lougnlin an-l
HACK I1KOKF.V. I.IVKS.
INDIANAPOLIS. Aug. 27. Chrste
T. Hall, a P. - E. brakeman, die(i
iere Monday after living live wee;.; 4
with a broken back. He was struck;
by an overhead bridge. Hall wns
paralyze,! Vrom tho chest down. H5
could raise his forearm, but ccubl
no lower them. When the right palm
Mas up it was necessary for the ieft to
be down or vie versi.
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