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STILL OK THE TOBOGGAN
Washington Drops a Hard GanTe to
JIcGraws Orioles
Innliilltr to Hit CniwrN Tliclr Defeat
Umpire SluTlilmi Holds a Scimec
With Ancrry Kn n Inckon liu
Up a Portion if Cfiil re Field
Yesterdays Gnntci
American I aijuo
Baltimore 3 Washington 1
Chicago 17 Milwaukee 9
Detroit 11 Cleveland 1
Boston Philadelphia postponed Rain
National Ligue
Cincinnati 5 New York 4
St Louis 5 Brooklyn 3
Pittsburg 9 Boston 4
Philadelphia C Chicago 5
Toilnyn Guinea
American League
Baltimore at Washington
Philadelphia at Boxton
Detroit at Cleveland
Chicago at Milwaukee
NaUonal League
Brooklyn at St Louis
Philadelphia at Chicago
Boston at Pittsburg
Ilo iv tlie Claim stand
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Won Lost V
orion o
enioago
Baltimore 31
Detroit 96
Washington 56
Philadelphia 34
Cleveland -4
Milwaukee
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Won
Pittsburg 9
New York 31
Philadelphia S5
St Louis 86
Brooklyn
Boston 25
30
31
35
29
2S
S
S8
42
Lost
35
36
30
SI
31
39
Cincinnati 2S 35
Chicago 46
Foster get ready to wrprite everyone by driving
out a two bagger In the ninth
pitching is not what has teen losing
games for the Senators The weak bat
ting list Is the drawback
The vital history of yesterdays game
WHB made In the last two innings Up to
the time when most games end it looked
liko a shut oat for Baltimore and would
have been the rlrst they had scored thlg
year Cllngmans awkward handling of
Williams grounder in the sixth and
Gears fumble of Keister g hit enabled
Williams to gain third He came home a
xnlnute later when Seymour drove a hard
one into left Foster captured it after a
run but fell and Williams ran in It was
evident to any number or people that
Williams did not touch the bag after the
catch was made but Sheridan allowed the
ccore despite protest
It was all due to Foster who has been
batting so poorly thnt everyone yelled
with surprise when ho belted out a two
eacker and enabled the Senators to tie
the score It was In the ninth that he did
what scarcely anyone ever expected him
to do Gear -was first up and had gene
out on an infield fly Fester stepped to the
Ct
egg
31
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481
487
3S7
51
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60
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537
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441
824
AVith their toboggan swathed In burlap
to prevent possible marring of the bright
polish whleh its bottom acquired during
the recent rapid flight down the percent
age column the Senatbrs came home yes
terday In the afternoon they made a
gallant effort to check the bearish ten
dency of tlse vehicle of which they have
lately been the unwilling occupants But
it availed naught In the tenth inning
Husgsy McGraw thought hi looked like this
tra be tlid for third in the first Rut really
CengWin lad the ball on his back Colloquy
orer the point caused McGraws retirement
after Case Patten had pitched practical
ly a shut out game Baltimore gave the
Mannlngltes a real rude push and the
Senators lost
Nowr today Manager Manning proposes
to lay the toboggan on a very very high
shelf The Senators will forget all about
it Layers of thick heavy dust will settle
down upon it before it is brought into
use again At least that Is what almost
every ine in Washington hopes
Certain of the 2u3 spectators who wel
come 1 the Senators home insisted that
one Sheridan umpire by the grace of Ban
Johns n and recipient of shekels from the
strong box of the American League was
to blame for the Oriolean triumph by
reason of divers decisions which caused
the fans much pain The feeling of in
dignation was so strong that Mr Sheri
dan was hissed at the conclusion of the
game The bleacherites that is a part
of them surrounded him No personal
violence was offered him other than the
Jolts and short arm swings Inflicted upon
his feelings by ejaculations such as rob
ber and thief and others terms not so
mild
People who had seen fights on the dia
mond in other cities looked for something
of the kind yesterday but It did not re
sult When Mr Sheridan was ready to
leave the grounds he walked out unmo
lested althougn there was much jeering
Really there have beer few better
games played In Washington than that at
Americaa League Park yesterday It
would be difficult to enumerate the rea
sons why Washlrgton lost There were a
number of good ones but of course the
first and great one was that they could
not irtt That appears always to be the
trouble Several times there were men
on bases and a single would have meant
at least one run but It was not forth
coming And on the other hand in that
tenth inning Baltimore was able to come
forward with the goods in the shape ot
two doubles and In consequence corralled
the game One thing is a certainty Poor
plate Ills batting had been so bad that
nearly everyone was resigned to a Hy out
or a fan His bat spoke like a six Inch
rifle and the leather went Failing far into
the ambient Jackson the Oriole centre
holder was hot after it but it was too
long a hit The iing striped legs of the
Baltlmorean struck a patch of soft mud
in deep centre and he madea prettier
slide than ever he did on the base line
The ball dropped and stuck fast Iritho
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ifa
Jackeon hot -liter the ball before lie took a mud
bath in centre garden
boy whose name is known all through
fandom picked it up and ran into the
seats and then disappeared So did the
ball and all the base runners ran like
mad Lee who had taken Fosters place
crossed the plate followed bv Qulnn Um
pire Sheridan then came to the front with
the edict that It was a blocked ball and
that Mr Qulnn should return to second
the score not counting
A roar of disapproval went up Foster
attempted to remonstrate and was bench
ed Clarke was threatened with the same
fate Quinn ambled back to the second
cushion and there he stayed Cllngman
and Patten both tried hard but foul Hies
corralled by the enemy settled their
hopes
The Manningites claimed that Umpire
Sheridans ruling was his own special
ruling and therefore Illegal Ground rules
can be made only by agreement of the
captains of the two teams Sheridan in
sisted that the case came under the con
struction of the rule covering blocked
balls
It was all over with the Senators after
that Mr Hart who covers first for the
Orioles did damage to the extent of a
two bagger Robbv thp rntnnrt Hnnt
of the Baltimore aggregation did like
wise and Hart scored Robinson was
anxious to get home and made a bold
break for third Clarke In an attempt to
cut him off threw wild and Baltimore
was two to the good before most people
knew what had happened It was made
no worse McGinnity was retired at first
while Dunn and Donlin met the same fate
j c rumors went to uat but a fast dou
ble sent Farrell and Clarke to the bench
In short order Dungan laced out a sin
gle but was cut off at second for the
third out
The first Innings of the game were
marked with the bright snappy play that
characterizes good basebali and brings
satisfaction to the heart of the fan no
matter which side wins Patten pitched a
first class game Perhaps McGinnity
pitched better It is hard to say The
Oriolean struck out more men but then
he gave more bases on balls
About the most Interesting thing in the
irst Inning was the ejectment of McGraw
from the game He was as usual the
first Baltlmorean up and punched jut a
nice double In an attempt to steal third
a moment later he was put out by Cough
lin on a clever throw by Clarke The
decision of Umpire Mannassau there were
two umpires yesterday was evidently dis
pleasing to the Oriole manager captain
hen his team took the field later he
said some thfngs to Mannassau who It
will be remembered several weeks ago
put Manager Manning off the field at
Chicago McGraw was not put oft the
field but he went to the bench much to
tne tiellght of the bleacherites Dunn
went to third in his place
If Is rather a pity that the tabulated
score contains no reference to the really
interesting features of the game yester
day namely the embrogllo with Umpire
Sheridan the imitation of a steam shovel
Centrefielder Jackson and the conduct
of the bleacherites
WASHIXGTOX
Farrell cf
Clarke c
Dungan lb
Gear rf
Foster If
Quinn 2b
Coughlin Sb
Cllngman se
Patten p
Lee If
Totals
R
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
II
I
0
2
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
BALTIMORE R H
McGraw 3b o 1
Dunn 3b o 0
Donlin If o 0
Williams 2b l 2
Keister ss 0 1
Seymour rf 0 0
Jackson cf 0 0
Hart lb 1 1
Bobinson c 1 2
McGinnity p 0 0
ro
c
3
10
0
5
o
1
1
Totals 3 7 30
Washington 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Baltimore 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
A
1
1
0
0
0
3
4 30 11
ro
0
1
1
3
3
o
0
13
7
0
14 2
1 0 1
0 23
Left on bases Washington 9 Balti
more 4 First base on balls OfT Patten
2 off McGinnity C Struck out By Pat
ten 2 by McGinnity 4 Three base hits
Dungan Williams Two base hits Mc
Graw Hart Robinson Foster Sacrifice
hit Patten Stolen bares Farrell Bob
inson Double plays McGinnity Wil
liams and Hart Dunn Williams and
Hurt Umpires Slwridan and ManiiRS
sau Time of game 1 hour and 45 min
utes
Aote of the Gnme
One fan aked another why it was that
there were two umpires In the game yes
terday Why you see John McGraw
needs an umpire all to himself was the
answer And then some one remarked
that It was seven weeks since Muggsy
had been sent to the bench
Mannassau attracted more attention
than would any other umpire yesterday
because it was he who sent Manager Man
ning to the lench when the Senators were
playing Ir Chicago It was his first ap
pearance in Washington yesterday
Umpire Sheridan unwound a large part
of the good opinion of the fans he gained
in the games he otliciated a week or so
ago hero His rulings were decidedly un
popular
Farrell was kept busy very In the mid
way meadow yesterday He coralled an
even half dozen long flies His throw
which cui oft Robinson at the plate In the
third inning and prevented the Orioles
scoring whs true as a die
For a man who has spent most of his
time on the rubber Dunn made a remark
ably good showing at the third sack after
that iKisition was involuntarily vacated
by McGraw In fact his work would
have been a credit to anyone
When it was up to Baltmore In the
tenth Dunn hauled a horseshoe out of
the bat bag and lugged It to the coaching
A CLUC FOR SUM3ICU COMPLAINT
Summer complaint in unusually prevalent among
children tint eaon A nell developed case in
the writers family wm cured last week by the
timclj ue of Chamberlain Colic Cliolrra and
Diarrhoea Remedy ona of the best patt nt medi
cinal manufactured and uhkh it alwajs kept on
hand at the home of ye scrihc ThU it not in
tended as a free puff for the company who do
not advertise v ith us but to benefit little suf
ferers who may not bo uithin eay access of
a physician No family should be without a
bottle of this medicine in the iiouc especially
in summer time Lansing1 Iowa Journal For
talc by Henry Evans WLoloalc and Retail and
dl drcesuts
f rT 4gtMififir1iAjta -mm
line It was said that the shoe had been
cast by a mule which had kicked a negro
with a hunch back At any rate the shoe
appeared to have the desired effect for
the hits and runs which won the game
were forthcoming
SLEVER POUND INVINCIBLE
Detroit Hnx Trouble in Scorlntr
Asinliist Clfi eland
CLEVELAND July 9 Hart was hit so
mud Donlin iielded It but Foster was i hard in the fourth inninir of todavs came
anchored on second and the fans just re- I that he was taken out and Weyhlng sub-
covtriig from their surprise were shriek
ing i ith delight
Then up rose Jackson lie looked like a
cave dweller All oer the front of the
pretty black suit was plastered the sticky
soil of Northeast Washington The classic
J crusted with mud After his weight had
been reduced about fifty pounds by the re
moval of the earth play was resumed
Joe Qulnn did not hit but he went to
the initial bag on an error Coughlin
called Sir William when he makes a good
ly sent a hot one to Keister That
worthy fumbled the drive and when he
got his hand- untangled shot the ball
over Harts head at lirst It struck the
fence in front of the bleachers A small
I stituted He did better but the game
was already won by the visitors Slever
was invincible and had magnificent sup
port The score
dktroit n
Casej 3b 3
Holmes rf 1
Barrett cf I
Glcason 2b 0
Elberfeld ss 1
Nanc If 0
McAllister lb 2
Buelow c 2
Slever p 1
Totals 11
CLEVELAND It
Pickering cf 0
McCarthy If 0
OBrien rf 1
Totals
Detroit
Cleveland
Totals
Beck 2b 0
La Chance lb 0
Bradley 3b 0
Wood c 0
Shlebeck ss 0
Hart u 0
Weyhlng p 0
1 2
0 0
MILWAUKEE
Geier 3b
Gilbert 2b
Hnllman rf
Conroy ss
Donohue lb
Anderon If
1
0 5
0 0
Duffy cf 0
FrleLjcf 0
Malobey c 0
Garvin p 1
Husting p 1
Connor c 0
21
II
0
0
1
TO
1
0
2
0
1
2
13
8
0
27
ro
3
1
1
1
11
3
1
C
0
0
27
0
1
10
0
1
14 27
II
1
1
3
3
1
0
0
1
1
0
ro
o
l
o
c
11
o
1
0
o
0
0
2
Totals 9 15 27
It
1
1
1
0
0
1
0
1
1
Totals B
Chicago 0 0 1
Philadelphia 110
7 27
II
3
o
1
1
o
1
0
0
0
10
0 0
0 0
ro
3
0
5
4
n
5
3
3
A K
17
3 0
0 0
0 0
2 0
2 0
0 0
0 0
1 0
1 0
A
0
a
o
3
3
1
3
1
4
19
0 11
0 1
Two base hits Ia Chance Holmes
Glenson Three base hit Holmes Sacri
fice hit Nance McAllister Holmes
Double plays McCarthy Hart and Beck
La Chance unassisted First base
on ball Hart 3 Weyhlng 2 Hit by
pitched ball We hing 1 Struck out By
Sievcr S Umpire Haskell Time of
game 2 hours
GARVIN WENT TO PIECES
The
Brewers Defeated bv nil Over
tvlieliiiliifr Score
MILWAUKEE July 9 The Chicngos
had it all their own way today and beat
out the Brewers by a accre of 17 to 9 It
began In what promised to be a pitchers
battle between Garvin and Griffith but in
the sixth Garvin wont to pieces and Duffy
sent out Husting Nine runs were scored
by the Windy City boys in the sixth The
score
Chicago n ii ro
Hoy cf 2 2 2
Jones rf
Mcrtcs 2b
Isbell lb
Callahan 3b
Shugurt ss
McFarland If
Sullivan c 4
Griliith p 3
A
0
0
2
0
1
1
0
1
3
E
U
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
E
X
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
Chicago O03Q3900 217
Milwaukee 0020020329
Earned runs Milwaukee 7 Chicago 5
Two liase hits Anderson 2 Isbell Cal
lahan Three base hits Donohue Mc
Farland Jones Sacrifice hits Hoy
Stolen base Conroy Bases on balls Off
Garvin 3 oft Husting 4 Struck out
By Garvin 2 by Griffith 4 Wild pitch
Husting Hit by pitched ball Isbell Mc
Farland Ieft on bases Milwaukee 5
Chicago 3 Double plays Conroy Gilbert
and Donohue Shugart Mertes and Isbell
Umpire Cantillon Time of game 2
hours
NATIONAL LEAGUE GAMES
BUNCHED HITS ON TAYLOR
Four Run in the Sixth Gave Ililln
delplilii the Game
CHICAGO July 9 Taylor was hit hard
in the sixth Inning of todays game Phila
delphia scoring four runs Outside of this
Inning neither pitcher was hit to any ex
tent There was a general shaking up In
the batting order of both teams The
score
CHICAGO
Hartzel If
Green cf
Dexter 2b
Chance rf
Raymer 3b
McCormlck ss
Kllng c rf
Kahoe lb c
Taylor p
Doyle lb
Hoffman 3b
Totals
riHLADELPIIIA
Thomas cf
Wolverton 3b
Flick rf
Delehanty If
McFarland c
Jennings lb
Hallman 2b
Cross ss
Orth p
It
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
ro
A
0
0
10 4
A E
0 1
27 10
BOSTON BOWS TO PHILLTPI
The
Pirates Find Enny Victims
Demont 2b
Cronus rr
Nichols lb
Lowe 3b
lOl Il
Willis p
Totals
Pittsburg 2
Boston 1
2v
II
0
0
1
0
Q 0
ro
1
1
4
3
9
0
21
i
0
0
0
u
1
0
0 3
0 6
Left on bases Chicago 5 Philadelphia
2 Two base bits Doyle Raymer Jen
nings Three base hit Flick Sacrifice
hits Thomas Flick Stolen base Green
Bases on balls Off Taylor 1 wff Orth 1
Struck out By Taylor 3 by Orth 2 Time
of game 1 hour and 50 minutes Umpire
Cunningham Attendance 900
In
the Ileuiieiitcrn
PITTSBURG July 9 Phllllpl pitched
his thirteenth winning game of the sea
son today Boston was his victim The
absence of Tcnney proved costly to the
visitors as Nichols the substitute first
baseman could not fill the regulars
shoes Wagner and Bransfleld were the
only Pirates who were fooled by Willis
The score
PiTTsnritc it
Clarke If 2
Beaumont cf 1
Bransfield lb 0
Wagner 3b 0
Rltchey 2b 2
Carr ss 0
Zimmer c 0
Phillipi p 2
Totals 9
I10ST0N R
Long ss 0
Hamilton cf 1
Murphy If 0
II
O
3
2
0
0
1
1
ro
4
5
1
10
1
27 12
3 x 9
0 01
Stolen base Lowe Two base hits
Davis Nichols Home runs Clarke
Lowe Sacrifice hit Clarke Double play
Carr to Bransfield Struck out By Phil
lipi 2 by Willis C Bases on balls Off
Phillip 2 off Willis 4 Wild pitch Wil
lis Hit by pitcher Crolius Umpire
Nash Time of game 1 hour and 50 min
utes Attendance 2900
SUPERBAS SUITER DEFEAT
A Close Content Iliiully Won by the
CardiiialN
ST LOUIS July 9 The Cardinnls de
feated the Superbas today by a score of 5
to 3 Murphy and McJames pitched for
the respective teams and each gave a
great exhibition of twirling Schrlver and
McGuire acted as umpires The riot pre
cipitated by ODav yesterday caused him
to be excluded from the grounds It was
a close contest the score being 3 to 3 In
the fourth inning and so remaining until
the last half of the eighth when the
f JWW WTT1 M1
j St Louis
urooKiyn
NEW YOI1K
Van Haltrcn cf
Selbach If
McBride rf
Davis ss
Ganzel lb
Buelow 3b
Strang 2b
Warner c
Phyle p
ysy
i
Cardinals brought two men home
score
l
ST LOUS Hs H
Burkett If 2 1
Heldrick cf 0- 1
McGann lb 0i O
Padden U b 2
Wallace ss J 1
Krugcr 3b 1 o
Ryan c r po
Nichols rf 0
Murphy p 2 2
Totals 5 7
miOOKLYN
Kelley lb
Keelcr rf
Sheckard If
Daly 2b
Dolan cf
It
0
1
0
0
Dnhlen s 0
Fnrrell c I
Gatins il 1
MeJnmes p 0
ill
ro
3
5
R H
Totals 4
ro
0
0
1
7
9
o
0
4
3
2G 14
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THE TIMES WASHINGTON WBQSG3DAY JULY 10 1901
27 14
TO
12
1
3
1
4
1
0
0
Totals 3 11 24 15
E
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
a
Earned runs St Iouis 4 Brooklyn 3
Two base hits Kelley and Daly Homo
run Gatins Double plays Burkett and
Ryan Wallace Padden and McGann
Kelley Lmlilen and Kelley Dahlen and
Daly Sacrifice hit Heidrick Stolen bases
Padden Sheckard and Keelcr Left on
biaes St Louis 2 Brooklyn 7 Struck
out By Murphy 1 by McJames 1 Bases
on balls On Murphy 2 ofT MeJnmes 2
Umpires Schrlver and McGuire Time of
game -1-hour nnd 45 minutes y
WON BY CASES PITCHING
Althitugrli Crippled the Itods Leave
the- GiniitH Itclilnd
CINCINNATI July 9 The Cincinnatis
presented a crippled front today but
bagged the game through young Cases
E
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
Winning run made with two out
New York 0 0 10 3 0 0 0 01
Cincinnati 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 33
iwo uase nits van tiaitren Mciiriue
hree base hit Macoon Stolen base-
Van Haltren Sacrifice hit McBride Dou
ble plays Davis and Buelow Strang Da
vis and Ganzel Peltz and Da
vis and Ganzel Bases on bans Off Case
2 off Phyle 5 Struck out By Case 1 by
Phyle 3 Left on bases Cincinnati 4
New York 4 First base on errors Cin
cinnati 2 New York 2 Umpire Behle
Time of game 1 hour and 50 minutes
Attendance 2000
ENLISTED MEN TO PLAY
Interest in the Ball Clinic Iletweeii
SoldierH Murines and Snilort
Attention of the athletically inclined in
Army Navy and Marine Corps circles Is
turned toward the big game to be played
on Friday between teams representing the
headqurters and the navy yard Marine
Corps teams The championship of the
Army Navy and Marine Corpof the
District of Columbia and the States of
Virginia and Maryland is Involved Over
1000 tickets have already been sold and
American League Park on that day prom
ises to hold as enthusiastic spectators as
ever when the Senators are playing at
home
Both teams are reported to be In splen
did shape The headquarters team has
recovered entrely from the hard effects
of the stiff drubbing administered by the
Fort Hunt Coast Artillery team at the
arsenal on July 4
There Is no purse up for the winner but
the rivalry Is none the less keen The
honor of being the best military baseball
team in the two States and the District is
supposed to be enough There are a good
many college players In the make up of
the two teams and the quality of base
ball of which they are capable Is first
crass
The Marine Band will provide music at
the game Many boxes have already been
taken Prominent officers of the three
branches of the service will attend The
game will not begin until 530 oclock
BALL PLAYING IN PARKS
The Privilege to He KCMtrlctcd Here
after to oiiiik Hoys
The juvenile baseball players of Wash
ington have a monopoly Hereafter small
boys will be the only ones allowed to play
04 baseball In the public parks Col Theo-
uore i jjingnam acting on tne letter 01
an act passed by Congress In 1690 au
thorizing the setting aside of certain pub
lic property for use as childrens play
grounds yesterday Issued an order that
none but small boys should be allowed to
play baseball In the public parks
Amateur teams composed of young men
who have been In the habit of playing on
the Monument Grounds were much put
yesterday when Ihey were Informed
that hereafter they could not enjoy the
national game there Colonel Bingham
says that the action was taken because
the small boys complained that they were
driven from the grounds by their elders
Unless some other arrangement Is made
It appears that the kids will hereafter
enjoy undisputed occupancy of the dia
monds on the Monument Grounds and on
other public reservations In the city pro
tected by the provisions of the act
The Monument Grounds are not the
only ones afTected The reservation be
tween Georgia and Virginia Avenues and
Ninth and Eleventh Streets southeast is
now used by the navy yard and headquar
ters Marine Corps teams for practice
This ground too will ue open hereafter
only to small boys
The Issuance of the order at this time
was partly on account of the trouble ex
perienced between the police and the ma
rines two of whom were arrested for
playing ball In the street at the reserva
tion in the Southeast section Colonel
Bingham said last night that he had had
numerous complaints from people living
near the reservation to the effect that the
marines who played there had batted
balls through their window lights and
that after due consideration of the law he
decided to faettle the point for good
The complaints have been so numer
ous said he that I have been obliged
to take some action The aot which au
thorizes the Superintendent of Public
Buildings nnd Grounds to set aside cer
tain property as playgrounds stipulates
that the gruund shall be for the children
No mention is made of a playground for
men The rule was In effect when I took
my present olflce Consequently In the
face of so many complaints both from
citizens and from the small boys for
whom the playgrounds were lntendedA I
was obliged to make the order
Congress should make some provision
for general public playgrounds I would
endorse any plan of the kind In the
meantime we will be obliged to prevent
young and grown men from playing on
public grounds I have instructed the
watchmen to Inform men regarding this
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special notice under excurtienj
SO cents Sec
good pitching The New Yorks were able j age Is mentioned
to do but little with Cases curves a
CINCINNATI R II
Dobbs cf 0 1
Harley If 0 2
Haberer lb 0 1
Crawford rf 1 0
Magoon ss Z 2 1
Pcltz 2b 1 2
Irwin 3b f 1 l
Bergen c o 0
Case p o - 0
Phillips 0 0
ro
1
2
12
X 5
0 3
but for his own and Dobbs fielding blun
ders Case might have secured a shut
out The score
A
0
0
0
0
c
0
o
4
0
Totals 5 8 27 14
Phillips batted for Case in ninth
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The order We will not mnkn nnv nrrt I
right away for violation of the rule at
present realizing that it comes at a sea
son of the year when the sport is ex
tremely popular However there Is noth
ing to do but to enforce the regulation
There arc three diamonds on the Mon
ument Grounds and scarce nn afternoon
passes but that there are not one or two
games In each Some of the best known
amateur teams in the District have been
In the habit of practicing and playing
there Among them are the Fearson Ath
letic Club Woodwnrd Lothrop South
ern Railway Government Land Office
Census Office the Engineers of the War
Department the District National Guard
and the American Athletic Club
The order was issued yesterday after
noon After 4 oclock there were fully
200 people at the Monument Grounds ex-
pectlng to play ball or to watch a game I
which was scheduled between two well I
known teams There was much i
pointment at the announcement that play i
wouiu not ue permitted but no trouble
resulted
Mast of the members of the teams enu
merated above are young men ranging
In age from eighteen to twenty live years j
The Monument Grounds afford really the
only good diamonds within easy access of
the downtown district and the depart- I
menTS The members of these teams say
that If they are l ot permitted to play on
the Government grounds they will not be
uuie to piay ai nil unices uiey ku u u
great distance from the heart of the city
or hire private grounds Further than
this they state that as a rule they do not
play or practice until after 4 oclock In
the afterncon and that the small boy
teams play in the morning or early In the
afternoon
Just where the officials are going to
draw the line Is not certain In the act
which stipulates that playgrounds shall
I bo set aside for children no age Is men-
iiuucu in omnei ulnguuin s oruer iiu
but It Is understood
nd that It will include those under sixteen
years ot age consequently extreme
youthful appearance will be at a premium
among amateur baseball players Doubt
less bearded young men will make appli
cation to play as kids
Several of the amateur teams are mak
ing preparations to see Colonel Bingham
In regard to the matter and try to make
arrangements whereby the older baseball
players may be extended some privilege
In regard to the matter The young men
who have charge of the more prominent
teams believe that arrangements can be
made whereby the existing difficulties can
bo settled
NEW PLAYEES ENGAGED
Mmiuxcr InnniiiK Secures TSvo Hard
Hitters for the Team
Within the week there will be two new
accessions to the Washington team Man
ager Manning last night received a tele
gram from Michael Grady In Philadelphia
stating that Hayden would sign to play
with the Senators at once Hayden is
the crack outfielder who was released by
Philadelphia a short time ago On the
return trip from Boston Grady was
dropped at Philadelphia with instructions
to secure Hayden That he was success
ful is evident from Mr Mannings state
ment
As a batter the ex Phlladelphlan has
few superiors In the American League
and it is expected that his advent will
strengthen to a considerable degree the
stick work department of the Senatorial
aggregation Hayden was released on
July 3 Manager Manning lost no time
in getting out lines for him He will
probably arrive In Washington today
with Grady
The other new Senator will be Waldron
the Milwaukee outfielder Several days
ago Manager Manning made arrange
ments with Duffy of the Brewers where
by Waldron should come to Washington
The deal has been practically arranged
Manning had not however last night
heard from Waldron It is expected that
the matter will be definitely decided to
day
FITZSIMMONS TWICE THROWN
The CornlHhinnn Loses Tlirousb His
Lack of WelRht
NEW YORK July 9 Though only 300
persons attended the wrestling match be
tween Robert Fitzslmmons and Gus Ruh
lln the well known pugilists In the Madi
son Square Garden tonight the exhibi
tion was interesting enough to warrant
an attendance of 10000
Ruhlin won in two straight falls chief
ly because he was bigger and heavier
than the Cornishman but It took nearly
half an hour to dp It A year ago Fitz
slmmons knocked Ruhlin out In the Gar
den in one of the most sensational fights
held under the law For that reason to
nights affair was of particular interest
Neither man showed much knowledge
of wrestling but they did demonstrate
on frequent occasions that they had not
forgotten the old game of hit stop and
get away Indeed they delivered many
blows with open hands and forearms and
Indulged In such characteristic antics as
feinting blocking side stepping and
clinching
They were rough enough to make the
battle anything but a parlor affair and
in consequence the crowd enjoyed the
fun immensely
NOTES OE THE DIAMOND
Manning Is after Hayden released by
uie Lliiiauiipmus
The Bostons are forcing the pace in the
American League race to a pretty fast
clip The Chicago AVhite Stockings won
ten straight games which is going some
but even that gait did not give them
much of a lead over Boston and the lat
ter on Sunday went Into first place
President Johnson of the American
League is making constant trips to the
dlfcrent cities In his circuit which have
no apparent cause He is at present on a
visit to Boston and the other Eastern
cities It appears that there must be
either a plan on foot whereby the Ameri
can League Is strengthening Its own
fences against another season or else
there Is a compromise scheme in process
of formation between the two warring
eleiaents
Amateur Ilnscbnll Players
The B O Stars were again victorious
yesterday by defeating the Swampoodle
Stars by the score of 4 to 3 The latter
Stars found It very difficult to locate
Callans curves The BVt O Stars would
like to hear from all teams under sixteen
Address all challenges to F Lombardy
40 Street northwest
EACING CALENDAR
Results nt Ilrlgrliton Iicitch
BRIGHTON BEACH July 9 Results
of todays races track fast
First race For fillies and mares three
years old and upward one mile Prince
ton Girl II Michaels 4 to 1 won The
Amazon McCue 3 to 2 second May
W Shnw 3 to 2 third Time 110 1 5
Second race Steeplechase handicap for
four-year-olds and upward short course
about two miles ZInzlber Carson 5
to 1 won Eophono Helder 3 to 2 sec
ond Onnan Barry 5 to 2 third Time
44G
Third race For three-year-olds selling
seven furlongs Inshot Brennan 4 to 1
won Anecdote MeCue 3 to 1 second
Twig H Michaels 3 to 1 third Time
127 2 5
Fourth race The Venus Stakes for
two-year-old fillies five furlongs Gun
fire Shaw G to 1 won Rossignol Mc
Ginn 8 to 1 second Disadantage Tur
ner 3 to 1 third Time 100 4 5
Fifth race For two-year-olds colts and
geldings live and a half furlongs Locket
Thompson 12 to 1 won Wild Oats Wil
kerson S to 1 second Ben Howard Pick
ering CO to 1 third Time 10SU
Sixth nice For three-year-olds and up
ward one and one sixteenth miles Be
deck Desmond 5 to 1 won Waxtaper
Turner 1 to 10 second Ginki OCon
nor 10 to 1 third Time 14S
Only three starters
Entries at Urlclilou lleach
BRIGHTON BEACH July 9 Entries
for tomorrows races
Flrst race For and up
ward one mile Cresson 111 Spectacles
101 Humboldt Arden 10G Rbchampton
111
Second race For three-year-olds and
upward Belling one and one sixteenth
miles Magnificent Ill Scurry 11 Do
lando lol Big Gun 110 Ethics 94 Eloim
10G Fonsolee 101
Third race For two-year-olds five fur-
i i
pr5Srr
longs White Owl Fontenlx 112 Howell
W 115 Essence 112 Gay Boy Whiskey
King Alibert 115 Lauretta B II 112
Andaluslan Sombrero 115 Carmald
Pluto Bonner 112
Fourth race Handicap for four-year-olds
and upward one and one eighth
miles Round Cp So Latson 91 All Gold
100 Ten Candles 123 Kamara Herbert
7 First Whip 110 Decanter 105 Prince
Richard 102
Tifth race For two-year-olds selling
five and one half furlongs Norwich
Lady Sterling 94 White Owl 107 Ger
aldyn 97 Llechtn 99 OHagen 110 Fon
soluca 93 Man-O-War 110 Honolulu 107
Sixth race For three-year-olds and up
ward sel Ing six furlongs Rlkk Tikkl
Tavi 115 Federalist 112 Amlnte Ante
Lp 100 Thicket 105 Fast Ralston 102
Admiral Dewey 100 Marblehead 115
Potasl 102 Hcnglst Restrirks 105 Con
nie 93 McGrathlana Prince 107 Char
men M2 Goebel 115 Arbutls 100 Clap
Trap 112 Larva Prince of Verona 115
Dora F 110
Brighton Bench Selection
First race Rochampton Humboldt
Arden
Second race Ethics Dolando Eloim
Third race Hpwell W Whiskey King
Gay Boy
ourth race Decanter First
Prince Richard
if th race OHagen Lady
ilUUUIUIU
Whip
Sterling
Sixth race Goebel Federalist Prince of
v crona
Results at Delninr
DELMAR July 9 Results of todays
races track slow
First race For maiden two-year-olds
four and a half furlongs Captain For
aker Enos G to 1 won Anna Elliott
Gllmore 3 to 1 second Lady Brock
way Wcdderstrand 5 to 1 third Time
057H
Second race For three-year-olds and
upward selling seven furlongs Hunga
rian Wedderstrand G to 1 won Prima
11 ONeiilfieven second Tobe Paine
Boland 5 1 third Time 128
Third race For three-year-olds and up
ward selling one mile Satin Coat
Bell 4 to 5 won Ben Boy Murphy
20 to 1 second Great Pride Boland 10
to 1 third Time 1441
Fourth race For three-year-olds sell
ing six and a half furlongs Tenny Belle
F Jones 5 to 1 won Sweet Dream
Stockwell 4 to 1 second Echodale
OBrien 3 to 1 third Time 122
Fifth race For four-year-olds and up
ward selling one mile and twenty yards
Lee Bruno Gllmore 4 to 5 won Peter
Duryea Stockwill even second Rice
Masner 15 to 1 third Time 144
Sixth race For four-year-olds and tip
ward selling six furlongs Four Leaf
Clover Dale 3 to 1 won Hindoonet
BIoss 9 to 5 second J J T Gilmore
15 to 1 third Time 113
Lntrie at Delniar Park
DELMAR PARK July 9 Entries for
tomorrows races
First racer For three-year-olds and up
ward selling six furlongs Cecily Thorn
cap May Do Toad Rairicy 102 Velas
quez Irving Mayor Handit Biger 104
Curd Gillock Kinloch Park 107
Second race For four-year-olds and up
ward selling mile and twenty yards
Water Crest 109 Gilbert 107 Sadie Levy
104 Titus 10G Milwaukee 109 Lunar
Sylvian 102 Celeste DOr 101 Orlandine
1U2 Chlckamauga 107 Terra Incognita
Judge Steadman 105
Third race For two-year-olds handi
cap live and a half furlongs Gallagher
95 Miss Wandelohr 95 Potheen 95 Bn
drol 92 Sting 95 Royal Athlete 107
Ethylene 111
Fourth race For three-year-olds and
upward one mile nnd a sixteenth Varro
Ie Bruno Blink 107 Mandora S3 Ida
Ledford 93 Ethel Wheat 102 Maximo
100 Maximo barred in betting
Fifth race For three-year-olds and up
ward handicap six furlongs VIcie
ance 98 Brulare Ill General McGnt
der 115 Clinton B SG Peaceful Dr
Cave 101 Bummer 10S
SIxtli Tace For three-year-olds and up
ward selling one mile and twenty yards
La Desirous OS Miss Patron 102 Zoane
llu Hardly 107 Menace- 92 Amelia
Strathmore 100 Kings Highway Med
dlesome 101
First
Handit
Delmnr Selections
race Velasquez Toad
Ralney
Second race Judge Chlcka
mauga Milwaukee
Third race Ethylene Royal Athlete
Gallagher
Fourth race Ethel Wheat Varro Ida
Ledford
Fifth race Brulcre Bummer VIcie
Vance
Sixth race Meddlesome La Desirous
Hardly
Results at Fort Eric
FORT ERIE July 9 Results of todays
races track fast
First race For three-year-olds and up
ward selling six furlongs Our Lizzie
Troxler 3 to 2 won Maple Allaire 10
to 1 second Manza Wonderly 5 to 2
third Time 115
Second race For- two-year-old maidens
four and one half furlongs- Nellie Biyim
Wonderly 5 to 2 won Green Erin J
Daly 5 to 2 second Vivian W Wat
son 5 to 1 third Time 055
Third race For three-year-olds and up
ward one mile Horsa L Thompson 9
to 5 won Edith II Baker 3 to 2 second
Lizzie A D Daly 5 to 1 third Time
133
Fourth race Handicap for two-year-olds
four and one half furlongs The
Referee Wonderly 5 to 2 won Lemuel
Troxler 3 to 1 second Wlreln Fore-
a i
fi
j HESS ANNUAL
Clearing Sale Starts Today
A sale of mens finest foot wear
made in America An opportunity to
purchase shoes at less than half regular
prices
All High Tan Box Calf
and Vici Low Cut Shoes
Values 4 5 and 6 for
309
All Patent Kid and Pat
ent Calf Low Cut Shoes
Values 5 6 and S7 for
350
N HESS SONS 931 Pa Ave
hand S to 1 third Time 053ii
1th ce For three-year-olds and up
ward selling one and one sixteenth mllea
auretI Johnson 8 to I won
Tjrba Troxler 3 to 1 second Little
Tmeml 4s Thieber 6 to 1 third
Sixth race Steeplechase for four-year-olds
and upward about one and three
quarters miles Jack Carey Moxley 5
Mrs Bradshaw Lynn 4 to 1 third Time
Eiitrlew at Fort Eric
FORT ERIE July 9 Entries for to
morrows races
First race For three-year-olds and up
ward selling six furlongs Lady Hay
man 110 Edna J Inniscara Miss Cle
burn Bromine Lillle Hammerton Gles
sig Miss Wana Ida Quicklime Anne I
Know Pando Budge 105
Second race For two-year-olds five
furlongs Halmetta 102 AH Grey Bronze
Jv eStwm veuon yy jiargie S
9S Baylike Taxman Tom Crabb 97
Third race For four-year-olds and up
TJ one mile Orontas J II Sloan
IIS Chappaqua H2 Winepress 107 Kha
ki 9i Smirk 94-
Fourth race For two-year-olds four
and a half furlongs Rona 107 Lucrus
ta 97 Easy Street Dunsbro 100 Kenner
Lauretta Burke Me Sah Che 97
Kellys entry
Fifth race For four-year-olds and un
ward selling six furlongs Favornette
ICO aouprep 10S By George il05 Sem
p rf uftre l0I Ida Penzance Domi
nick 9 Prince David Knuckle Down 9i
Francis Reis 92
Sixth race For three-year-olds and ut
iV selllns2x furlnss Dr Riddle
114 Pharoah U2 Satire 105 Loiter Ocio
Brooks Race Bud 103 The Covenanter
101 Battus 100 Sweepstakes 9L
Fort Erie Selections
First race Ida Quicklime Miss
burn Glesslg
Second race Halmetta Tou Crabb
Bronze Metal
Third race Chappaqua Orontas J h
Sloan
Fourth race Kellys entry Easy Street
Fifth race Semplre By George Sou
prep
Sixth race Satire Battus Dr Riddle
Results nt WnihlnfTtoa Park
WASHINGTON PARK July 9 Results
of todays races track fast
First race For three-year-olds six fur
longs Miss Bennett J Woods even
won Burnle Bunton J Martin 6 to 1
second Likeness Rausch 15 to 1 third
Time 113
Second race For three-year-olds and
upward one mile Vulcaln Bullman 2
to 3 won Trinity Bell OCnlght 9 to 5
second Brigade Rausch 10 to L third
Time 141
Third race The Drexel Stakes for
three-year-olds one mile JImlnez Cay
wood 6 to 1 won Robert Waddell Bull
man 6 to 5 second Terminus
nicKi 2 to 1 tniru Time l4L
Fourth race For three-year-olds and
upward selling seven and a half fur
longs Captain Gaines Mathews 13 to
1 won Nettle Regent J Martin J to 1
second Thurles Donnelly IS to 1 tird
Time 134 4 5
Fifth race For two-year-aids six far
longs Sir Oliver Knight 1L won
Flora Pomona WicklieM to L secoad
South Trimble Vandnzea JS t j t shird
Time 114 2 5
Sixth race For three-year-aids and up
ward selling seven and a hatt fartong
Cambrian Knight even woo Seotca
Plaid Rausrh 3 to 1 secoad Sans Las
arus Esq Steele to 1 third Time
133 2 5
Entries at Washington Park
WASHINGTON PARK July 9 Entries
for tomorrows racer
First race For two-year-olds five and
one half furlongs Aladdin Hans Wag
ner Jaubert Jack Ratlin Old Hutch 115
Evening Star Memnon 112 Blue Mantle
10S
Second race For three-year-olds and
upward one mile and seventy yards
Ecome 112 Jos Jefferson It9 Golden
Sceptre Ben Battle Josephine B Van
Hoorebeeke 107 Evelyn Byrd 102 Gaw
aine 9S Rasselas Senex Gloria 97 Joe
Collins 91 Odnor 92
Third race For three-year-olds and up
ward handicap one and one sixteenth
miles Sidney Lucas 110 Gonfalon 107
The Unknown 106 Malay 102 Reseda
9 Fancywood 92
Fourth race For three-year-olds and
upward six furlongs Tayon 115 Sc
veria 114 Montanic 112 The Lady Tria
ditza Anna Bain 110 Survive 103 Oricus
SS
Fifth race For three-year-olds and up
ward one mile Star Chamber 112 Scar
let Lily l7 Andrisi Anthracite 105
Atmore lC Henry Bert 10S Boney Boy
93 RolUek 92
Sixth race For three-year-olds and up
ward selling six furlongs over Wood
lawn course Federal 112 Belle of Mem
phis Texas Tom 16S Possart St Wood
Astor 107 Pupil 10b Scide 103 Alee lffi
Beauty Book 100 Educate Dorothy
Lee 94
AVahliintoii Park Selections
First race Jaubert Old Hutch Hans
Wagner
Second race Ecome Gawalne Evelyn
Bvrd
Third race Sidney Lucas The Un
known Reseda
Fourth race Tayon The Lady Anna
Bain
Fifth race Star Chamber Anthracite
Homy Bey
Sixth race Federal Belle of Memphis
St Wood
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