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SWAMP ANGELS WIN LAST
CAME FROM THE SWAPPERS
VISITORS - AND HOME CLUB
STAGED AN ELEVEN' INNING
CONTEST WITH WHICH TO
RING DOWN THE CURTAIN ON
The Sfranip Angels
and the Snappers
staged an eleven
inning contest with
which to ring down
the curtain on the
series and the vis
itors were at the
long end of the
score when the final
out was made yes
terday afternoon at Maxcnt park. It
was a maarniflcent game from all
angles and was marred only by the
work of Umpire Hall, who, in the
language of Alderman Semraes, ren
dered decisions that were decidedly I out.
puma- on numerous occasions. The
Kame should have been a 1 to 0 vic
tory for the Snappers, instead of a 2
to 1 defeat, for King mipsed the plate
only about three feet when Clarks
dale scored their first run.
Towfisend, who pitched so credit
ably in the opener, was selected as
the artist to again slant them over
for the Snappers, while Kraft, the star
of the Swamp Angels, was pitted
against the port sider. Townsend
pitched excellent ball. In fact he had
about everything a pitcher desired,
considering the fact that his umps
made him split the plate, while Kraft
did equally well and was pulled out of
several holes when the umpire lent a
The Swamp Angels broke into the
run column first. King in the sixth
inning, got the first hit for the visitors,
when he punched a single to left.
Fernsen flied out to third and Kraft.
th swatter and pitcher, caught one on
. th end of his bat and dented th
right field wall with It. IIo pulled up
at second and King raced towards
home, took a slide and missed the
home plate about three feet, being
tagged out by Hauser, but his umps,
standing placidly back of the pitcher
during the proceedings, was silent for
a few moments, then leisurely walked
over to home plate examined the char
acter of the soil, and called the run
Pens&eola failed to count until the
eight. Gudger first up In the second,
became desperate when his umps In
sisted on calling strikes over his head,
so te leaped up and hit one, driving
it to rlsbt for a brace of bags. Town
to third, hit a little pop up, that Kraft
took in, and Miller whiffed the ozone.
Hamilton, however, was equal to the
occasion, and he sent a hot one be
tween first and second that scored
Gudger. Hamilton was caugTit a mo
ment later, when Kraft made a pal
pable balk, but his umps decreed to
In the first half of the ninth the
visitors threatened, and Mr. Townsend.
who -had been going great, wajs moved
to the bench, and Burmeister cent
to the firing line. The bases were
loaded, with only one out. when Bur.
took up the burden. King up hit a
fast one, and set it equally fast back
towards Berger. The big first base
man stuck up his mit, gathered it In
and completed an unassisted double
play, while the fans breathed "a sigh
Pensacola also threatened in this
inning. Jewell beat out an infield rap
and took second on Berger's sacrifice,
but was left there when "Long flied
Selma Loses Another to Jackson;
Columbus Easily Beats Meridian
BT ASSOCIATED FRESS.
Selma, April 30. Jackson wound up
the series here this afternoon by ad
ministering a shut-out to the home
club. In a pitcher's battle between
Day and Love the former had the bet
ter and let Selma down without a hit,
while Love yielded two bingles and a
number of passes. The game was
called at the end of the sixth inning
to permit Jackson to catch a train for
Columbus. Score: R. H. E.
Jackson . . 1 2 4
Selma 0 0 5
Batteries Day and Robertson; Love
and Mueller ; umpire, "Williams.
Columbus 10, Meridian 1.
Meridian, April 30. Columbus over
whelmed Meridian today, hitting Se
vier to all parts of the field and win
ning by the one-sided score of 10 to
1. The home team played badly in the
field. Score: R. H. E.
Columbus 10 14 0
Meridian 1 7 5
Batteries Sevier and Taylor;
Sparks and Swain; umpire. Cusack.
end In attempting to sacrifice Gudger
r v i
The Swamp Angels went out in one.
two. three order, and when the Snap
pers came to bat the fans rose up
and j-elled. for Harris, first up, landed
on the first by virtue of an infield rap.
A moment late Mr. Kraft pulled an
other balk and caugnt Harris. His
umps looked in time to see Harris
tagged, but not the balk made by
The vistors servel up the lagniappe
in the fn-jst half of the eleventh.
Braun, who is also some swatter,
pjnehed the pill -to right for two bags.
Moore popped out to Hauser, and
Moneymaker went out, pitcher to first.
Henry rolled a cripple to Harris, who
fielded it perfectly, but resembled a
suffragette in his heave to first. The
ball dropped short, struck Berger's
glove and bounded away, while Braun
raced across with the winning run, for
Mr. Kraft clamped on the lid in Pen.
sacola's half, and the game -was over.
The horribla particulars follow: ,
Clarksdale AB. R. 11. TO. A.
Hendry, s.s 5 0 1 4 4
Russell, l.f. ..4 0 12 0
King, 2b 5 t 2 3 4
Washington Blanks Philadelphia;
Gregg Loses First Game of Season
At New York R. H. E.
Boston 8 14 2
New York '. . 1 9 1
Batteries Bedient and Cady;
Schultz Hoff and Sweeney and Gos-
sett; umpires Connolly and McGreevy.
At Philadelphia R. H. E.
Washington , 2 6 2
Philadelphia - . . . 0 4 3
Batteries Johnson and Ainsmith;
Plank and Lapp; umpires, Dineen and
At Detroit R. H. E.
Chicago 4 S 11 2
Detroit . 3 12 3
Batteries Cicotte and Schalk; Du
buc and McKee; umpires, Evans and
At St. Louis " R. H. E.
Cleveland ; 0 6 2
St. Louis 2 5 0
Batteries Gregg and Carisch;
Baumgardner and Agnew; umpires,
O'Loughlin and Ferguson.
Bernsen, Sb 3
Kraft, p 3
McGehee. r f. 5
Braun, c. 3
Moore, lb. 5
Meedles, c.f. 3
Moneymaker, c.f. .... 2
Cotton States League.
Jackson . ...r. .... 15 2
Selma 10 8
PENSACOLA . S 7
Columbus 7 11
Clarksdale S 11
Meridian r S 13
Southern League. '
Mobile 14 6
Atlanta 11 7
Nashville ......10 7
New Orleans 6
Miller, c.f. .. 5
Hamilton. 3b 4
JewelL 2b 5
Berger. lb 2
Long, It. .
42 2 S 33 16 0
AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Eunnelster, r 1
National League. N
New York ,
Boston v 3
Mobile Shuts Out Montgomery;
Birmingham Defeats Atlanta
At Birmingham R. H. E.
Atlanta 2 7 1
Birmingham 6 9 2
Batteries Musser and Dunn; Foxen
and Moyer; umpires, Pfennlnger ajxd
At Moblle R. IL E.
Montgomery 0 6 3
Mobile 6 11 2
Batteries Brown and Donahue: Ca
vat and Brown; umpires, Fiefleld and
At New Orleans R. H. E.
Memphis 8 10
New Orleans 5 10
Batteries CCewton and Snell; Swln
dell, Tayor, Yantz and An germ J er;
umpires, Hart and Rudderham.
At Chattanooga R. H.
Chattanooga .-....T 2 4
Batteries Case and Noyes; Somers
and Street; umpires, Breitenstein and
New York Beat by Brooklyn;
St. Louis Wins From Pittsburg
At Brooklyn R. H. E.
New York 3 11 1
Brooklyn 5 9 1
Batteries Ames, Crandall and My
ers and-Wilson; Ragon, Allen a.nd
Miller; umpires, Rigler and Byron.
At Boston R. H. B.
Philadelphia 1 7 2
Boston 2 9 3
Batteries -Brennan and Killifer;
James and Whaling; umpires, Klem
At Chicago R.H.E.
Cincinnati ......... 3 t 1
Chicago 4 5 1
Batteries 'Suggs and Clarke; Pierce
and Archer; umpires Owens and
At Boston 2, Philadelphia 1, 11 in
nings. At Chicago 4. Cincinnati 3.
At Brooklyn 5, New York 3.
At Pittsburg 1. St. Louis 6. .
At Pittsburg R. H. E.
St. Louis 6 10 1
Fittsbursr 1 6 1
Batteries Steel ajad McLean: Rob
inson, O'Toole, Terry and Simon and
Kelly; umpires Brennan and Eason.
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IN CLOSE SCORE OF 6 TO 5 THE
P H. S. TEAM DEFEATED TEAM
FROM THE CLASSICAL SCHOOL
ON EAST HILL DIAMOND.
In a lively game of ten Innings, th
baseball club from the Pensacola High.
school yesterday afternoon succeeded
In taking the second consecutive game.
from the Pensacola Classical school
club, the contest having been pulled,
off after school hours on the East Hill
playgrounds site, and the score btinjc
The game was in t erecting through
out, and the P. C. S. boys were on th
defensive from start to flniah. Their
met an old-time competitor from th
high school, and went in to give th
latter all the fight to be expected. An
not until the ending of the tenth waJ
there any safe bet as to which of th
two would chalk up the greater num
ber of runs. The game was clean fromj
start to finish, and mum good playing
was put up at time.
The batteries were: For the P. It,
S., Hoer and Braswell; for the P. C
S., Friedman and Pinney.
At Philadelphia 0. Washington 2.
At New York 1. Boston S.
At Detroit 3. Chicago 8.
At St. Louis 2, Cleveland 0.
At Birmingham C, Atlanta 2.
At Chattanooga 2. Nashville 1.
At New Orleans r, Memphis ?.
At Mobile C, Montgomery 0.
South Atlantic League.
At Savannah Macon 2.
At Albany 0, Jacksonville 1.
At Columbus 2. Charleston 1.
THE JOURNAL'S COMMERCIAL WEATHER MAP
Cotton States League.
At Jackson 1, Selma 6. inning?, to
At Pensacola 1. Clarksdale 2.
At Columbus 10, Meridian 1.
Won. Lost. Pet.
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Totals ...35 1 9 33 14 3
Score by Innings: .
Pensaoola .00000001000 1
Clarksdale 00000100001 2
Summary Two-base hits. Russell,
Kraft, Braun, Long, Harris and Gud
ger; left on bases, Clarksdale 9, Pen
sacola 5; stolen bases, Braun. Berger;
double plays, McGehee to Hendry. Ber
ger unassisted; struck out. by Town-
send 4, by Kraft 8; bases on balls, oft
Townsend. 4. off Kraft 2: passed balls.
Braun; time of game, z:ij; umpire-
Chicago . .10
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Pensacola vs. Selma
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Light variable winds.
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