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YOUNG GETS REVENGE
Shuts Out Browns for DruBbing Re
ceive 1 on Thursday
peeljl to The of lnnRton Times
ST LOUIS Aug 8 Boston retaliated
with a icngcance for jesterdajs game
and Cj Young shone In all bis old
glory giving the Browns a complete
shut out The score
St Louis R IB IO A E
Burkett if 0 2 10 2
Heldrick cf 0 0 3 0 1
Hemphill rf 0 0 10 0
Anderson lb 0 0 1C 0 0
Wallace ss 0 0 15 1
McCormick 3b 0 0 0 1 1
Padden 2b 0 12 3 1
Kahoe c 0 0 3 2 0
Harper p 0 1 0 4 C
Kan p 0 0 0 0 0
Trlel 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 0 4 27 13 6
Batted for Harper In sixth inning
Boston R IB PO A E
Dougherty It 3 14 0 0
Collins 3b 10 0 3 0
Stahl cf 0 12 0 0
Freeman rf 0 2 3 0 0
Parent ss 0 116 0
Lachance lb 1 1 13 0 0
Ferris 2b 112 4 6
Crlger c 112 0 0
Young p 110 10
Totals S 3 27 14 0
St Louis 00000000 00
Boston 20002400 0 S
Two base hit Burkett Sacrifice hit
Stahl Double play Padden Wallace
and Anderson Wild pitch Harper
Eases on balls Off Harper 3 off Kane
1 off Young 1 Struck out By Harper
1 bj Kane 2 by Young 2 Hits Off
Harper 8 off Kane 1 Left on Mses
St Louis 5 Boston 7 Time 1 hour
and 48 minutes Attendance 1300 Um
pires Johnstone and Carruthers
CLEVELANDS LUCKY
Play Poor Baseball Yet Win From the
Athletics
special to The W adnngton Times
CLEVELAND Aug 8 Both team
played listlesly this afternoon and but
for the daring base running of Fultz w ho
stole home as well as third In the sixth
inning the game would have been fca
tureless
The support afforded both pitchers was
ooor and the teams gave an exhibition
of how not to play baseball -Cleveland
was lucky to wlp The score
Cleveland R IB PO A E
Bay cf 0 2 3 0 0
Bradley 3b 1113 0
Lajole 2b 0 0 4 4 0
Hickman lb 1 2 10 0 0
Flick rf 0 2 3 0 0
McCarthy If 1 0 4 0 0
Gochnaurr ss 2 2 12 1
Wood cf 0 112 1
Moore p 0 0 0 3 0
Totals 3 11 27 13 2
Athletics R IB PO A E
Hartzel If 113 0 0
Fultz cf 2 2 110
Ftjbold rf 0 0 2 0 0
Davis lb 0 2 7 0 0
L Cross 3b 0 15 0 0
Murphy 2b 0 0 4 2 1
M Cross ss 0 2 0 3 1
Schreck c 0 0 14 2
Mitchell p 0 0 15 0
Totals 4 S 24 15 4
Cleveland 00120110 x
Athletics 10000201 04
Earned run Cleveland 1 Three
base hit Wood First base on errors
Cleveland 2 Athletics 1 First bacc on
balls Off Moore 2 off Mitchell 3
Struck out By Moore Seybold by
Mitchell Moore Sacrifice hits Ilradlej
Wood Stolen bases McCarthy 2
Gochnauer 1 Hartzel 1 Fultz 4 Dou
ble pla Bradley Lajole to Hickman
Le ft on bases Cleveland 0 Athletics 3
Time of game 1 hour and 40 minutes
Umpire OLa jghlln Attendance I0GJ
ORIOLES SHUT OUT
Tiger Sievers Curves Too Much for
Baltimoreans
Special to Tlic Uaihlnirtoii Tin
DETROIT Aug 8 Slevcr pitched a
lucky game against Baltimore todayand
won by shutting them out
Tine catches were made by Barrett
and Harlcy and the local Infield plajed
great ball Four hits and an error bj
Shields gave Detroit two runs and the
game The score
Detroit It IB PO A E
Harlcy If 0 13 0 0
Elberfeld ss 0 0 3 3 1
Casey 2b 0 3 0 2 0
Barrett cf 0 12 0 0
Holmes rf 0 0 0 0 0
Beck lb 0 0 10 1 0
Glcason 2b 0 2 4 5 0
Buelow c 12 2 0 0
Slevcr p 110 3 0
Totals 2 10 27 11 1
TEE TOrES WASHINGTON SATURDAY AUGUST 9 1002
BASEBALL AMATEUR AND PROFESSIONAL ATHLETICS
SENATORS TAKE LAST OF SERIES
FROM THE CHICAGO CHAMPIONS
They Inaugurate a Batting
Rally in the Last In
ning and Win
PATTENS PITCHING EFFECTIVE
Lefl Handed T wirier Gives
the hite Sox Only
Four Hits
CALLAHAN AN EASY MARK
Hi Curies Very Much to the Liking
of Dclchanty Coughlin and the Rest
of the Loftasites Eastern Clubs Get
Even Break
O pi lal to The Washington Times
CHICAGO Aug S Washington in
augurated a lively batting rallj In the
ninth Inning this afternoon and won
out handily after thej had tied the
Bcore with Comiskcjs men and Had
made the game appear HUe an extra In
ning affair
The score was 5 to 2 and gave ire
rubber to Washington
The Senators descried to ffin the
match They plajcd better ball than
tho Champions and their free hitting of
Callahans shoots ought to have ntled
moTcyrtins than appear on the store
sheet
The Senators acquired nine hits ard
two bases on balls off Callahan up to
the ninth netting two runs Howevr
In the final session they fell upon him
with a vengeance James Rjan tne
veteran hammered out a bard double
Dclehantj followed suit with one that
went almost to the center Held fence
And this was not enough for both
Coughlin and Lee singled The total
was three runs a lead which the White
Sox could not overcome In one inning
Pattens Effective Pitching
Case Patten served to Comiskeys bat
ters with his left wing There war
nothing creaky about the joints in this
wing It swung easily and effectively
except In the first inning He was ra
vfncible afterward Comlskejs men rc
curcd all their runs in the jpening lo
sing and did no more than try to core
after that
How it happened Is simple
Chicago began scoring and left early
The Senators took up tho thread of
progress and unwound It slowly runl
thej had caught the White Sox and
then ended the dajs entertainment by
tangling the Comiskey men all up In
Senatorial run progression In the ninth
Inning
Jones and Green were easy outs for
Comiskeys men in the first but George
Davis hammered out a double to left
field Mertes was not to be outdone at
the bitting game He drove out a
long single which sent Davis hmc
Mertes immediately stole second He
came In a moment later when Dojle
made a bad throw of Isbclls grounder
Dal drew a base and Isbell was
caught a moment later trying to steal
third
This is all the run history necessary
for the White Sox They remained sta
tionary while the Senators slovvlj
crawled ui and -won out
Washington Scored Early
The Washmgtons scored their first
run In the fcurth when Three Fin
gered Coughlin drew a pass stole sec
ond and came home on Bill Clarks
single to left
In the seventh they tied the score
Big hard hitting Dclchanty leaned
against a fast shoot and perched him
self on second base Coughlin again
got Into the game and brought him
home with a single to left
Again in the ninth they opened up a
can of fiant hitting povvjer Jinimlc
Rjan doubled Dojle flew out on an
attempted bunt Delehanty again dou
bled with a hit that went almost to the
center field fence scoring Ryan Kcis
tcr went out Coughlin singled scor
ing Del Then Lee singled scoring
Coughlin Ely went out Daly to Is
bell and the Senators had too many
runs to give tho White Socks a look in
in their half of the ninth
While Wyatt Lee was taking a lit
tle practice before the game he sent a
hot foul Into the right bleachers whltfh
struck a spectator In the head render
ing him unconscious The Injured man
was taken away In an ambulance
The score
Washington R ID PO A E
Rjan cf X 2 l o 0
Dojle ib 0 0 15 1
Dclehanty lb 2 2 12 0 0
Keister rl 0 1 2 0 D
Coughlin 2b 2 4 14 1
Lee If 0 10 0 0
Ely ss 0 0 0 4 2
Clarke c 0 14 10
lattcn p 0 10 4 0
Totals 3 12 27 IS 4
Chicago R IB PO A E
Jones ct 0 0 2 0 0
Gtien rf 0 0 12 0
Davis as 1 2 2 12
Mertes It 110 16
Isbell lb 0 1 13 0 0
Daly 2b 0 0 2 10
Strang 3b 0 0 2 3 1
McFnrland c 0 0 3 10
Callahan p 0 0 14 1
Totals 2 4 27 11 4
Washington 00010010 33
Chicago 20000000 02
first base en errors Washington 4
Chi ago 4 Left on bases Washington
11 Chlcsgo 11 First base on bails Off
Iattin off Callahan 3 Struck out
By Patten 4 by Callahan 2 Two bare
lilts Davis 2 Coughlin Dclehantj Z
Ryan Lie acriflcc hltu Strorg I bell
KelstT Stolen bases Mertes firccn
rouculn Jones Time 1 hours Um
pire SherMn
AMERICAN LEAGUE
RESULTS OF YESTERDAYS GAMES
Washington 5 Chicifro 2
Detroit L lialtininic 0
Cleveland 5 Philadelphia 4
Boston S St Loms 0
WHERE THEY PLAY TODAY
Washington at St Louis
Baltimoic at Cleveland
Boston at Chiriso
Ilnidelphia at Detroit
Chieaso
St Ionis
Philadelphia
STANDING OF THE TEAMS
Won Lost
50 ts
IS
ll
DoMon 45
3l
4J
PCt
-S
V2
j3S
53 J
Washington
Cleveland
Delioil
Palliiuoie
Won
it
43
is
s
Lest
-IS
-1
47
32
PCt
47i
7
447
422
Baltimore R 111 PO A E
MeFarland cf 0 0 0 1 0
Selbach If 0 10 10
Williams 3b 0 1 0 4 0
Arndt rf 0 13 0 0
Mcllor lb 0 1 12 0 0
Howell 2b 0 1110
Gilbert ss 0 0 3 11
Smith c 0 0 5 10
Shields p 0 10 5 1
Totals 0 6 24 14 2
Baltimore 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Detroit 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 x 2
Two base hit Howell First base on
balls By Slever 2 by Shields 3 First
base on errors Detroit 1 Baltimore 1
Left on bases Detroit ft Baltimore 7
Sacrafice hit Harley Stolen base
Gleason Struck out Bj Slevcr 2 by
Shields 2 Double plajs Elbcrfeld
Gleason and Beck 2 Shields Smith
and Mellor Umpire Connellj At
tendance 1SS7 Time of game 1 hour
and 35 minutes
Ccnnecticut New London 3 Ne
Haven C Norwich J Watcrbnrv 3
Hartford 14 Springfield 2 Brldgepoit 3
Mcrjden 2 f
New Enplard Lawrence 0 Dover 5
Haverhill 1 Fall Itlvcr 0 Concord 22
Nashua 5 Minciuster 10 Lowell 3
Ametltan Louisville 6 Mllwaukie 2
St Paul 7 Columbus C Minneapolis C
Toledo 1 IndLnapoIls 11 Kansas Cltj
Western Kantaa City 10 Peoria
TWIRLER MUCH THE STAR
Hi3 Work Kelps Navy Yard Trim the
Marines
Under the leadership of Twlrler Josph
Much the Navy Yard team trimmed the
Marines at Natloual Park vcslcrday by
the score of 7 to 3 Tho Marines hit
Much a3 much as thev pleased Stupid
base running and coaching tost
Undo Sams sea faring lad3 several
runs
Tho Marines did not support Babylon
in proper shape during the first part
of the game
Turner put up n good game at short
and made several clever stois His
throwing to first was accurate Power
who plajcd in right field had a chance
to distinguish himself in the seventh
when a long flj was knocked Into his I
territory The sun was shining directly
in Ills cjes but ho managed to spring
into the air nnd pull down the leather
Just as It was sailing over his head
The score
Navy R
Hoffman cf 2
Dcmar rf 0
Vcnablc ss 2
Carr 3b 2
Much p
Dunn lb
Leanch 2b
Bishop c
Chisni If
Totals
Marines
Padron 2b
0
0
u
1
0
7
R
0
Esmond 2b 1
Smith 3b c 1
Turner S3 0
Power rf 0
Bcchtel lb 0
Mooncy If 1
Doughcrj c 3b 0
Larltncr cf 0
Babylon p 0
Totals 3
Navy 3 1 2
Marines
1 0
IB
1
1
111
0
1
3
0
1
1
0 0
PO
1
0
3
1
1
13
3
FO
1
1
13
21 12
0 x-
1 0-
Flrst base on balls Off Bab Ion 2
Struck out By Babylon 4 bj Much 1
Two base hits Bishop Turner Sacri
fice hits Turner 2 Chism 2 Stolen
bases Hoffman Turner Larimer 2
Bishop Double plajs Babylon to Bech
tel to Dougherty Venable to Dunn
Hit by pitcher By Babylon 1 Wild
pitch By Babylon Passed balls
Smith 1 Dougherty 1 Bishop 1 Um
pire Mr Venable Time of game 1
hour and 50 minutes
NO OPTION ON SEVENTH
STREET GROUNDS GIVEN
Attorney W J Lambert
Confers With Adminis
trator of Estate
LEASE rXPlRES JANUARY 31
Should Price Be Reasonable the Wash-
DIAMOND DUST
When John T Brush gets into Brooklyn
and settles down to business he will find
awaiting him all of the work that ho
can attend to in one day Hanlon Von
derhorst and the other gentlemen In
terested In the Brookljn club are talk
ing peace and harmony but they have
complaints and grievances sufficient la
number to force a breach if some at
tention is not paid to them Their main
Willsriarce ls the oId 0De hc C0C3PIaint
ington American League Club
Move Its Quarters Kot Likely That cbange for Keic and that thcr mu3t
There Will Be Interference
Mr W J Lambert the attorney for
the Washington Baseball Club yester
day had a conference with Howe Totten
odmlnlstratot1 of the estate of Enoch
Totten regarding the leasing of the old
National League Park on Seventh
Street Mr Lambert on behalf of tho
American League submitted an offer for
the grounds but no conclusion was
leached Nothing definite will be known
until Mr Totten has time to consider
the offer made by Mr Lambert
The latter stated that the report that
an option had been given to him or
any other person representing the
Washington Ball Club or the American
League had no foundation
The local club would be glad to se
cure possession of the grounds but It
would not give an exorbitant figure for
them Mr Totten assured Mr Lambert
that he had given no one an option on
the grounds and said he would let
the attorney have an answer some time
next week
To Consult Relatives
Mr Totten left the city yesterday to
join his relatives In Man land where
he will consult with them regarding the
offer made by the Washington Club for
the park
The negotiations for the leasing of
the baseball pari have been going on
for six or eight months and when the
president of tho American League was
in Washington a few weeks ago Mr
Lambert was Instructed to renew hlH
efforts to secure a lease on the grounds
If It could be had at a reasonable fig
ure
havo Jake Beckleyln order to feel sat
isfied
Another grievance that Brookljn has
calls attention to the manner in which
Brush and Frcedman play together Ho
boken Is within five mlle3 of New York
city and no National League team can
play In the town without consent of
Trecdman Ho gives this to Cincinnati
and that team whenever it goes East
arranges a Sunday exhibition game and
gets e little money
New York will allow no National
team other than Brushs to play within
Its territorial Jurisdiction Brookljn
claims that Hoboken Is also within Its
Jurisdiction androtcsis against Cincin
natis plavlng there without lt3 consent
The White Stockings aro plajlng a
vastly different game of ball than they
put up on their recent Eastern trip
Chicago Exchange They didnt Tburs
daj and jesterday
Chauncey Tlsher has succeeded Bert
Cunningham as umpire In the Pacific
Northwestern League Cunningham was
a frost as a handler of tho Indicator
Omaha leads the Western League
teams with n percentage of G2G Den
ier is scrond in the list with 500 and
Kansas City third with 51 Peoria
is In la position having 201
Tho team lattlng averages of the
American Association teams follow
Louisville 2S3 Kansas Ct 277 St
Paul 273 Indianapolis 271 Toledo
237 Columbus 213 Milwaukee 21S
Minneapolis 228
Connie Mack the elongated leader of
the Athletics ls the only man who has
been able to tame Waddell nnd get the
The lease of the National League will work out of him of which he is capable
expire on January 21 and so far the i
Totten estate has had no overtures George Rclsllng of Bristol Conn has
from that body for a renewal ibeen signed to captain and manage the
Tin Interferon Toledo club next season Relsling is a
i big fellow nnd can hit the ball some
Mr Lambert statid that If the grounds
were secured by the merican League 1 The scribes in Chicago place Grlf
thcre would llkelj be no Interference n ln tllc samc cIa3s ll c VounK
would
U - f V I TT t V I U PiW VI- -- O
Vll IIIV U1 V XJ IIIV i IICUIIIUU uvllliil
authorities and that tl c cutting
through of Fifth Street would In no waj
mar the grounds
While It is possible that the American
Lcapuo will secure control of the
grounds and tne Washington Baseball
Club play hall there next season It Is
no means settled Unless the
grounds can be had at a reasonable fig
ure the American League will not pur
sue their cffoits to get hold of the park
GAMES OF MINOR LEAGUES
New York State Schenectady 10
Johnstown 0 Albany 2 Troy 1 Biig
haintcn 8 Syraiuse 2 Utica 4 lllon 3
preference to grouchy Griff
Arthur AVllllams who was dropped by
the Colts on account of his lack of bit
ting ability has caught on with the
San Francisco club
Manager McAleer of the St I mils
Americans has signed Harry Kane a
Icfthnrd pitcher He Ins been pitching
in tho California and Missouri Valley
Leigue While a member of the Sin
Franclco teini ho won games against
Rube Waddell who was then pitching
for Los Angeles Kane3 most notable
fiat was the pitching of a 20 lnnlng vic
tor two weeks ago He has pitched
two no hlts gamrs this jeir
By sending i mskcshlft team to pliv
Sunday exhllbtlon games nnd then hav
ing It hippodrome the Cinclnati flub
deserves to be charged with faking It
is even worse It Is nothing more than
obtaining inonej under falsj pretenses
Cincinnati Tribune
For disobeying the orders of ihn East
ern League Manager Walter Ilurnham
of the Newark Club has been suspiiileir
bj President P T Powers ami is ic
fuscd admirslon to the grounds of the
I istcru League until his caj j i J m l
tled
BR00KLYNS WIN
Turn Tables on Outfit From the Mound
City
NEW YORK Aug S The Brookljns
beat St Louis today better all around
plavlng
Ml of the St Louis errors were costly
and the Brookljn hits wore timely The
score
St Louis AB R IB TO A E
Brashear lb 4 0 15 2 0
Smoot cf 10 0 3 0 1
Itarelaj If 4 114 0 0
Donovan rf 10 2 2 0 0
J Firrell 2b 1 0 0 0 0 1
Knifccr ss 4 0 0 12 0
Hiirtmin b 4 0 1 3 1 2
c 3 113 0 0
Yerkes p 2 12 12 0
Totals 33 3 8 21 7 4
Brookljn AB It IB PO A E
Sheckaril If 11110 0
Keeler rf 1114 10
Dolan cf 10 2 4 0 0
Dahlcn ss 5 0 114 0
lb 4 1 1 S 1 0
Irwin 3b 2 112 2 1
Flood 2b 4 112 2 0
C Farrell c 4 0 1 4 2 0
Newton p 4 1112 0
Totals 3G C 10 27 14 1
St Louis 00000300 0 3
Brookljn 03210000 06
First base on errors Brookljn 4 Left
on bases Brookljn 10 St Louis 3
First Lasc en balls Off Newton 2 off
Yerkes 3 Struck out By Newton 2 bj
Yerkcs J Two base hits Keeler New
ton Bra3hcar Sacrifice hit Keeler
Stolen bases Dolan Dahlen Barclay
Wild pitch Yerkes Time of game 1
hour and 43 minutes Umpire Brown
Attendance 2000
interest events
ih midsummer regatta
Potomac- and Anaiostans
Meet in Todays Event
First Race Will Be Called at 530-
Haitor Master Will Keep Clear
Course List of Entries
Everything Is in readiness at the Po
tomac Boat Club house for the mid
summer regatta to be ghen this after
noon
Tho first race will be started at 530
oclock and the float officers promise
that the program of eight races will
be run off before dark
Following will be the order of races
Junior single sculls single canoes
double shells junior four oared shells
double canoes double outriggers upset
canoes and eight oared shells
On Upper Course
All races will be owed over the upper
course end will finish in front of the
boathousc at the foot of Thirty first
Street The Junior fours and eights
will be from one mile
above the boatliouse while tho other
races will be half mile and return
Harbor Master Sutton will keep the
course clear with the Vigilant and
President J Hadley Dojle will be ref
eree which ensures promptness ln run
ning off the affair After the races
there will be a dance at the boathousc
Admission will be by card
Anaiostans and Potomacs
One of the most attractive features of
the regatta will be the race for Junior
four oared shells between the Potomacs
and Anaiostans This will be the first
time these clubs have met in this sort
of race in many years and there Is con
siderable Interest in the outcome These
clubs will also be represented In canoe
and double outrigger events
Tho crews and events will be as fol
lows
Single sculls McGowan Maize Red
Ington ard Hernan
Double shells Hecox and Maize Daly
and Pitt
Double outriggers McGowan and
Malz Hernan and Chase Daly and
Marean Wlnshlp and Moses Gasch and
Nottingham MIddleton and Mueller
Ourand and Kengle Hecox and Brltt
and a pair from Analostan Club
Canscs and Eights
Tour oarcd shells Anaiostans Nev
1ns stroke Evapv 3 2 Burke
bow Potomacs Hernan stroke Mc
Gowan 3 Moses 2 Marean bow
Eight oared Fhells Reds Maize
Coburn Moses Marean Ourand Middle
ton Kengle and Chase White Her
nan Winsaip Redlngton Slajbaugh
Mueller Freeman Daly and Brltt
Single canoes Whipple Roome Eber
bach Slaybaugh Stevens Dowe Red
lngton Stedder Goiigh Medbury Gar
rett Coburn and Size r of Anaiostans
Double cdnocs Eberbach and Whip
ple Slajbaugh and Ourand Stevens and
Buvnitskl Gough and Warner Medbury
and Garrett Marean and Bresna
lian and Kengla Slzer nnd Evans of An
aiostans
Irset races Crews from Anaiostans
and Potomacs
Trainmen Lose Game
The station emplojes defeated tin
trainmen of the Pennsjlvanla Riilroad
at the Arsenal grounds je3terday in a
well plajed game of ball The score
was 2 to 2 Tho feature of the contest
was the work of the pitchers The line
up of the teams was as follows Traln
11 en Rusher second base Gerard right
field Taj lor chortstop McBlglln first
base Ilutchcns left field Stokes third
ban Sarler ccntrr Held Rjan pitch
Kelley catch Station men Russei
1 itch Lvnham first base Swearer sec
ond tase Cook third base Wagner
shortstop Hiekev left field T II
Hughes catch Grimes center field
I lynn richt field
The Young Washlngtons defeated th3
fourteenth Strict team by a seor of 20
to 14 on the ground of the Oljmnlc
nam on Tlursdsj Yesterday the Youn
AaslinRtoLs riosscd bats with tho
Yales whom tllty defeated by tho score
en lu 10 a
Lawyers to Play Doctors
Arrangements are being made for a
game of baseball between teams made
up of joung lawjers nnd young
The game will be played either
on the Georgetown University field or
at the American League park The pro-
eceds will be donated to the Georgetown
Unlversltj Hospital The date of the
Sime has not jet been Infinitely sel d
SAME OLD STORY
IN GOTHAM TOWN
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Results of Yesterdays Games
Pitts burs li Philadelphia 4
Bo toii 10 Cincinnati o
Chicago 0 New York 0
Brooklyn 0 St Louis 3
Where They Play Today
Pitts bun at Philadelphia
Chicago at Xcw York
St Louis at Brookljn
Cincinnati at Boston
Standing of the
Won
Pittsburg Go
Chicago 4
Brooklyn ol
Boston
St Louis 42
Cincinnati 40
Philadelphia 37
New York 25
Team
Lost PCt
21 70
41 544
43 543
40 535
50 47
43 455
55 402
01 315
REDS DOWNED AGAIN
Bostons Bunch Hits While Visitors
Make Errors
BOSTON Aug 8 Boston wpn an
other easy game from Cincinnati to
day Poole weakened in the sixth al
lowing four hits a sacrifice and a base
on balls which with one error by Cor
coran netted the locals six runs
Eason only lasted three innings being
replaced by Plttlnger who pitched ex
cellent ball Score
Boston AB
Dexter ss 4
Tenuey lb 5
Cooley If 4
Carney rf 4
Gremlnger 3b 4
Dcmont 2b 4
Lush cf 3
Kittridge c 3
Eason p 1
Plttlnger p 2
Totals
R IB PO
2 12
4 7
1 2
34 10 11 27
Cincinnati AB R IB PO A E
Kelly If 3
lb 4
Crawford rf 4
Seymour cf 4
Peltz 2b 4
Corcoran ss 4
Steiufeldt 3b 3
Poole p 3
Bergen c 4
Maloney 1
Totals 36
21 11
Boston 02001601 x 10
Cincinnati 0121000004
Two base hits Kittridge Tenney
Steinfeldt Crawford Three base hit-
Carney Home run Beckley First
base on balls Off Poole 5 off Pit
tlnger 1 First base on errors Bos
ton 4 Cincinnati 1 Left on bases
Boston 7 Cincinnati 5 Sacrifice hit
Plttlnger Stolen bases Cooley Dex
ter Struck out By Plttlnger 3 by
Poole 4 Double plays Bergen and
Beckley Lush and Kittridge Dexter
and Tenney Wild pitch Eason Um
pire Mr Irwin Time of game 1 hour
and 45 minutes Attendance 1000
PIRATES BUNCH HITS
Take Game From Phillies When
Booked for Defeat
PHILADELPHIA Aug 8 The Pitts
burgs won out the game today with the
Phillies In the eighth inning when they
scored sevpn hits
Two runs were tallied on Doolns wild
throw to first in attempting to make a
double play The score
Philadelphia
Thomas cf
Wolverton 3b 5
Barry rf 3
Douglas c 2
Dooin c 2
Hulswitt ss 4
Jennings lb 4
Krug 2b 3
If 4
Iberg p 3
Mlailman 1
Pittsburg
AB R IB PO A E
Totals 37 4 12
Bitted for Iberg In ninth
1
10
0
0
0
4
1
2
0
3
0
21
AB R IB PO A E
Clark If 4 2 2 2 0 0
Beaumont cf 4 113 0 0
Leach 3b 4 1112 0
Wagner rf 4 0 110 0
Bransfield lb 4 0 15 4 0
2b 3 0 0 13 0
Conroj ss 4 114 10
OConnor e 2 0 14 2 1
Smith c 2 112 0 0
Phlllippl p 10 0 0 0 0
Tannehlll p 3 0 14 0 0
Totals 35 6 10 27 12 1
Philadelphia 11020000 04
Pittsburg 1 0000003 06
Left on bases Philadelphia 7 Pitts
burg 3 First base en balls Oil Iberg
1 off Phlllippl 1 Struck out By Iberg
3 by Phlllippl 4 by Tannehlll 2 Two
rase hit Conroy Sacrifice hit Krug
Stolen bases Wolverton Clark Leach
Ritchey Time 2 hours Umpire
ODaj Attendance 2039
St Louis Warming Up
The St Louis papers have commenced
to warm up to the American League
and arc devoting columns to what they
term the coming champions
Boy Cured of Colic After Physicians
TreatmentHad Failed
Mr tor when four years old waa taltfn with
rolie and criin in his stom ih I sent for th
doctor and he ln lrd morphine but the child
kept Kettinjr worae I then irive him half a
teapoonrul of U amlerUlns Colic Cholen
and Diarrhoea Itcmcdr and in half an hotr
lie was rieepiw anJ soon reentered F L
V llkin shell IjVe tt 15 Mr w ilkir li booV
kreper for the Shell Like Lumber Co For
sale hr Henrj Ivans wholesale and retail
1122 V Street and all druzgists
THE BEST DARK BEER IS
flflUENCHENER
On drauRit at all first oas bars
iffTor ease write or phone
NATIONAL CAPITAL BREWING COMPANY
ICih 4h pre1 P 5e S E
Chicago Remnants White
wash New York
Giants
WEAK HITTING THE CAUSE
Champions Bat Out Victory Over ths
Quakers in the Ninth Brooklyns Get
Together and Trim the Cardinals
Boston3 Again Down Reds
NEW YORK Aug S Tha New York
were shut oat by Chicago tcday bcln
weak with the stick and not ery good
In the field
The Cblcagos scored six runs in the
fifth Inning on two two baggers three
singles and Brodles wild throw Tho
score
Chicago AB R IB PO A E
Jones rf 5
Slaglc If 4
Chance lb 4
Dobbs cf 4
Tinker ss 1
Lowe 2b 4
Kllng c 3
Schaefer 3b 4
Menefce p 2
Totals 34
Browne If 4
McGraw ss 3
Bresnahan c 4
McGann lb 3
Brodie cf 4
Wall rf 4
Lauder 3b 3
Smith 2b 3
Miller p 3
Totals 31
4
11
3
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1
1
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New York AB R IB TO A
27 12
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Chicago 00006000 06
New York 00000000 00
First ba3e on errors New York 1
Chicago 1 Left on bases New York 6
Chicago S First base on balls Cft
Miller 1 off Menefee i Struck out
By Miller 2 by Menefee 5 Two base
hits Wall Tinker Lowe Sacrifice hits
Kllng Menefee 2 Stolen bases
Joies Double play Kllng and Tinker
Passed ball Bresnahan Umpire Mr
Emslle Time of game 1 hour and 40
minutes Attendance 1300
DEPARTMENTAL BOWLERS
New League Held Its Meeting
pointed Schedule Committee
The Departmental Bowling League
organized at the close of -last season
held a meeting last night and began Its
preparation for an active season of
bowling
The teams composing the league and
their representatives present last night
are- Mr Hess of the Bureau of En
graving and Printing Mr Bock Post
office Mr Deyo Treasury Mr G H
Williams War Mr Robert Barr Com
missioners Mr Chase Navy Yard Mr
Bunn Interior C Williams Census
It was decided to bowl a schedule of
eighty four games Mondays Wednes
days Thursdays and Fridays of each
week beginning October 6 will ba
league nights All games will be bowled
on the new Palace alleys 914 E Street
The committee appointed to prepare
a playing schedule consists of Messrs
A Hess Bock G Williams Barr and
Deyo
The officers of the league which prom
ises to be an unusually active one are
Messrs J J Batch president G
Deyo vice president G H Williams
secretary and treasurer and J Ward
official scorer
It was decided to enter a two man
team against the Bankers bowlers to
play a set of games on September 2 the
opening night of the new Palace alleys
D VLTlMORh MD
ATLANTA GA
SEVENTH ST CORNER OF E
Fvpry Garment Sold br Vi
Is btrlctly Eiseman made
Hens Suits
3745 fjj85
j L
The 745 Suits are qualities
that sold up to 1350 the fS5
Suits are qualities that oltl up
to 1S50 there is a table full of
each broken lots but nearly
every si7eis representee
As last as the lines in the
stock become broken on
these tables they go every elay
youll liuil new stIes atltleel to
replace the ones solel
SfH48
HATS
THE GENUINE
Every Panama in stock which
solel a high as 10 to move them
quickly weve nurkeel them
f4S The best hat bargain of
tho sea on
i150 MANHATTAN
Shirt- now -
00 MANHATTAN
Hints now-
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