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THE UAIlItE DAILY TIMES, UAHHE, VT., MONDAY, MAY 10, 1915.
332 AMERICANS ARE MISSING Names of Those on Lusita- nia Who Have Not Been Accounted For CHAS. FROHMAN'S BODY IDENTIFIED Only 703 of Big Cunarder's 1,917 Passengers and Crew Heard From London, May 10. The latest inforraa tion obtainable indicates that 1,214 men, women and children perished in the de struction of the Lunitania by a (Jerroan submarine, of whom 1.'57 were Americans. This death list will be added to because some of the victims in the hospitals at Queenstown are not expected to survive the shock of their experience. The body of Charles Frohman, the j Sew York theatrical producer, has been identified in the temporary morgue at the Queenstown town hall, and it is prac tiuftlly certain that among tho other well known Americans to perish were Alfred Gwynne Yanderbilt, Charles Klein, the playwright; Justus Miles Forman, author and playwright, and Mr. and Mrs. Klbert Hubbard, It lias been impossible to find those bodies among the 200 in Queenstown, but word from every point of the Irish coast fails to bnng'any tid ings of their safety. It is now definitely established that there were 1,017 persons aboard the ship when the German submarine smashed two torpedoes into her starboard side, literally tearing two great sections of her hull in pieces. There were 290 first cabin passengers, of whom 10(5 were Americans. Only 7! of these first cabin passengers have been reported alive. There were 5!f) in the second cabin, of whom 65 were Americans, and the sur vivors' list so far reaches only 100. There were 3UI persons in the third class, of whom 17 were Americans, and there were 067 in the crew. Americans Missing. The following is a list of the Atneri cans who are missing: Abercromby, R. ., Cincinnati, Ohio. Adams, A. 1L, New York. Ackroyd, Mrs. Hannah, Brooklyn, and Master Frederick Arckroyd. Adams, Henry, lioston, Aiston, Joseph, Brooklyn. Aitken, Mias C, Brooklyn. Abas, Mrs. B., lioston. Abas, Miss Elrabcth, Boston. Allen, John. Philadelphia. Aitken, James, Chicago. Abas, Miss Beatrice, lioston. Anderson, Mrs. Oorge A., 1'itUburg, r. Anderson. Mrs. R.. Bridgeport, Conn. Anderson, Mis Bsrbar, Bridgeport, Conn. Armitage, Mrs. C. F., New York. Arnstt, Robert Harrison, N". J. Arthur, George, .Miniipanuli, Minn. Arter. .1. S., Seattle, Wash. Baker, Mia Kva. New York. Bancroft, K. B. New York. Ban-hard. K. K., Columbus, Ohio. Barker, Mrs. M. Barker, Miss W. Uarrie, Kdward. , New York. Keattie, Mrs. James A.. New York. Hilicke, Albert C, and Mrs., I job An geles, Cal. Ilirchall. Henry, Ronlvn. Wash. BiMis, l-eonidss, Atlanta, (". Black. J. J- New York. Bloomficld, Thomas, New-York. Booth-Jones. Mr. and Mrs. F... New York; Miss AiUs and Mutter I'crcival Hooth-.lones. Booth, John. Brooklyn. Boyd, Miss Margaret L., Miiineolis, Minn. Hrilly, I on i. Angeles. Cal. Brtwirick, C. T.. IWton, Ma. Ilrownley. Misws Thomas and Mar gsret. New Yoik. Brodrik '(ete. V San Antonio, Tex Uromn, Mrs. M. C.. New York. Kruno, H. A., and Mrs.. Mont U ir, N. J. Bull. Mr. I. 11.. New Yoik. Burncidi'. Mrs. J. SM New York. Burnidc, Vim lia. New York. Itiimoe. W. B. V i-w Yoik. Kvrne, Michael G New York. ( allon. rtnk. 'hicago. 111. (ampin II, K.. IWtn. Mas. t'amt.MI, Mr. W. ( him p.. amr-MI. X. M New oik. (andloli. A.. Iketun. Mas. harrier. Mm. IV. Boston, M. Oiarle. Mt K Boton, Ma. Iliatt. Mim Anna, New mk. lv. M K, A Nan Irani im!, Cal. t ollirrt. William. New Yml. ok-man. Mi hbj. Brooklyn. F'lwin M, Oin-apo. 'iril'-fi. M 1M!a. New Yrk. (otighlsn, 4.. n4 ti chil.!rfi. New Y.fk. rmii-Mo. Ml VrT. Nrr Yrk. r t t'W. Mr. William. I rw-tm. I'awl ami Mr, Va1r Ste f. Vt r Jntin. M.t-r fum-I'r. Mi ,fhrf at4 Mm i a ferine (mmptu, and tinr. ail of fli.!l Ij.l ia. Jrf.. I?. r... iw rk. fcp4.. Mr. A. N-w Yrk, lifoifH-rr. F T.. - IniKin, 1. fcn 1iu.it. l !J Pint, M. t-njrH. . ... n..i. m. H T.. H.'l !:. A, ant Mt V1-r -4r.Wy DYSPEPSIA OVERCOME Tone Up the Stomach with Hood's Sarsaparilla When you have dyspepsia, your lift) is miserable. You have a bad taste in your mouth, a tenderness at tho pit of your stomach, a leeiing oi puny mil ness, headache, heartburn, and some' times nausea. Dyspepsia is difficult digestion that is what the word nieiins and the only way to get rid of it is to give vigor and tone to the stomach and the whole digestivo system. Hood's Sarsaparilla, sold by all druggists, is .-he one medi cine which acts on the stomach through the blood and also directly. Ha benefi cial effects are felt at once. Improve ment begins immediately. Hood s hursaparilla purines the blood, makes tho rich red blood that is needed for perfect digestion, and builds up the whole system. No other medicine can take its place. Advt. VERY STINGY WITH HIS HITS eighth inning when lie was allowed to score on a hit to center field and also poor playing on the part of the flarre team, Fowlie certainly hid something on the Goddard men when he went into the box, as is shown bv seven strikeouts In tnree innings. Foley, A. R., Trenton, N. J. Forman, Justus Miles, New York. Fowles, Charles ., and Mrs., New York. Fox, Francis, and Mrs. Trenton, N Ynnno- Vfpfo nf Hnddard . Connm" "Rain had the misfortune to loung jveeie oi uouadru lpt two baIs Bip by ,iim )n Mn pU(,0 Didn't Allow a Single at Bl,0.rl b,it h' tfy'w g Safe One AND GODDARD WON covered up his deficiency. Alon&o in the catcher's box was not an improvement Saturday, as he is bad ly in need of practice if ho is to fill that position. TJV QfTTT? rT? 1ft Tft 1 AionocK has surely made nis Place ai Dl OLUIVI1 Ur IV XJ X aecond base. Anvthinir coming his way The Barre A. C. Made a Poor Showing Against the School Boys ng coming is always sure U be stopped. He covers the second sack well. Hastic is a coming man and a little more coaching from Coach Hocrnlo will improve hira greatly. This week on Thursday Goddard will journey to Winooski, where tney try conclusions with St. Michael's for the second time. GERMANS IN LIBAU They Capture Great Naval Base of the Russians ONE OBJECT OF NEW CAMPAIGN NATIONAL LEAGUE Saturday's Games. At Boston Boston 4, New York 3 (ll Innings). At Brooklyn Brooklyn 3, Phil adelphia 2.. At Pittsburg Pittsburg 3, St, Louig 2. At Chicago Chicago vs, Cin cinnati (wet grounds). Sunday's Games. At Chicago Chicago 2, St. Louis I. At Cincinnati Pittsburg 8, Cin cinnati 3. , !. Aif'Vf. Vi.t ffc4tnr . 4 Vi, X-- .. I ;! ntff. Vr WV. ! . V--r 'W -V l,lrt, Ma. 5".. f v'-r ft. ,? V., Tvm Va. !. V l.r I.. fvn. M.. Freeman, Richard R., jr., Boston, Mass. Friend, Edwin W., Farmington, Conn. Frohman, Charles, and valet, New York. Fyfe, Mrs. Jeanie, Holyoke, Mass. Ferguson, Mary, and infant, Newark, N. J. Gadsden, A. Chicago, 111. Garry, Christ, Cleveland, Ohio. Gray, J. P., San Francisco, Cal (orber, FMgar, New York. Grant, Montagu T., and Mrs., Chicago, 111. Gilhooly, Mrs. Catherine, New York. Gilli, Mrs. Catherine, Gillespie, 111. Gilsenen, Hugh, Long Island City. Goodman, A., Rochester, N. Y. Grandidge, Mrs. Lydia, Yonkers, N Y. Grandidge, Miss L. E. M., Yonkers, N. Y. Gray, Mrs. Terence, and Master Stew art (fray, Los Angeles, Cal. Greenwood, Master R., Boston, Mass. Grinshaw, A., Brooklyn. Gibbons, M-. Chicago. Grover, George, New York. Hanson, fSamuel, and Mrs., Pawtucket, R, I. Hare, Miss Bessie, New York. Harrison, H. K., Chicago. Harrison. James, Bridgeport, Conn. Harvey, William. Hammond, Mrs. Margaret, New York. Hastings, Mrs. Margaret, New Ro clielle. Hawkins, F. Y, (liieago. Hodges, William 8., and Mrs., Master W. S. Hodges, jr., Master Dean W. Hodges. Philadelphia. Hopkins, A. L. New York. Higginbottom, Miss M., Fall River, Mas. Hill, Mrs. R. New York. Hoeg, Mrs. K., Yonkers, N". Y. Homewood. William, Toledo, Ohio. Hopkins, Miss A., and Mis K., Boston Hopkins, IX T.. New York. Horton, Mrs. E., Cleveland, Ohio. Hnbtwrd. Elbert, and Mrs., East Au rora. N. . Hubbard, Fred, New York. Hume, Misa Mary A., Harrison, N. J, Harvey, Will mm. Hiynphrey, H. G., Jo Angeles, Cal. Hrtnt. Miss Isabella, Philadelphia. Hurley, Charles K., Boston. Huston, Miss Nellie, New York. Hutchinson, Mis P., Orange, X. J. Inch, William K.. New York. Jackson. Isnae, Paterson, N. J. Jone, Kvnn. Jones, Miss, New Yoik. Jones. Mihs Gwendolyn, San Francisco, Ksv, Mr. James, New York. Kelley, Miss Margaret K., Pittsburg, Pa. Kenney, Mr. Margaret, Boston. Kenney. Mib Mary, Boston. King. Mrs. Frances. New York. Kiwh. William, and Mr., E., Clcve land, Ohio. Lambie, Mr. Mary, Roidvn. Wash. I Millie. Misses Elizabeth and Marv, Riislvn. Wh. Ukin. Mm M. M.. New York. Irtold, Mis Catlierin M. E., Chicago, III. Iveri.h. Mrs. R. T., and Miss R. P.. New York. !. i. Mr. and Mrs. J., and Miss Edith. Xcw Yoik. Little, Mrs. Margaret, and infant. New York. Lmrtt. Mi Mary. Kail Rier, Mas. MrKvoy, Henry, New York. McLintm-k, Mi Marpan-t, New York. Mi orkitKlalc, Mr. Llirabeth, Mater Ihincan and infant, tliarome, N. .1. M4lay, Mi B-ie. New York. McGowrn, Mi Marie, Newark, N". J. Mi;itilcy, I'ntriik. New Vork. Mat I'arqiiahar. Mr. .!. A., and Mi Grai-e. New York. Mai'Grrpnr. Mr. R.. New York. Mi Ketrhrn. Mr. Eliylieth, and in fant, an.i Mater .lame, Gillenpie, II!. l.!ll.n. Mm Sarah. CnMirn. 111. M.Partlin. M) lea. New York. Mai'Grcgnr, A. 1... New York. Maikav, and Mr.. New York. Maikay, II.. New Wk. Volh.y, Mi Marirarrt, New Yo'k. Martin. IliarW. PitUhurg, Pa. MalhewMtn. Mra. M. E, and infant. pTinefii M, Ma. Mmri, Mimi lUlla. New York. Mwbaol. 1 !. Pitlhnrg. Ta. MiHor. F. J, ife and infant, Haa rw. Md M.l.l-Il, W. W.arfc. V 3. Moffatt. William. NVw Yrk. MikkI;, Vim. Saa I rani-more. M'w. F'4 in. I'Ktw lH. B 1. Xaih, Trlir, an J Mr, kanaas Citr. Mo. X.rrti, Ilonrr. aM Wm, Pm4lr. .-i'..n. 1rl" H.. Brnya. N!rk. A!niim. Brmklya. V.T1, tm-f, n. i4ff-Li". N !'. Vm Mary - fiii'iiffl. Nn-nian. P-Kfrt. N n-k. ijlrw-n T'.-tW. T, N-w Yk. Spectators filled all the benches that are appropriated for that use at Sat- By very loose playing on the part of the Barre Athletic club and by the won dcrful pitching of Goddard's young star urdays game, nilnW Hon k'fifif rt ilia Bpminarv tpam ' , . '' " , . In being both a pitcher and catcher, was allowed to carry away a second v.c voum? Po ,lig oldcr broth. tory against the iarre team at base- erj wi,0 wag 0ften taken from behind ball Saturday afternoon at the Goddard the bat and sent to the front. campus, by the score of 10 to 1. Keefe waa wnrlrintt liko a Viltr ln.nipr Katlir. day and not a Barre man was able to SPAULDING LOST get even a Bingle bit from his delivery During the game only one man was walked by him, and he died on third base Canales, or as he is better known in the city, Mendez, the Spanish pitcher, held the Goddard team in the very be ginning of the game but weakened as Is Important Baltic Town- Movement Has Been a Surprise Berlin, May 10. Official announcement was made at the war office Saturday that the city of Libau in the province of Courland, Russia, lias been captured by the Germans. In the capture of Li bau the Germans have gained one of the main objec,ts of their invasion of the Baltic provinces of Russia. This move ment, undertaken within the last fort night, was designed to occupy Libau and Riga, two of the principal Russian AT BURLINGTON P01"8. on tn'BaHi, which would enable me urci maun iu iihiubb ubbihu communi cations with Petroirrad. Defeated By Burlington High 7 to 2, The German movement in this quar- Saturday Afternoon Good ter wag one of the surprises of the new Ispiiug cuiiiimigu. xcirugrau uespaicnes have made it appear that this attack STANDING OF THE CLUBS Won Lost Pet. I Philadelphia . Chicago ... Boston ... . , , Cincinnati ... Tittsburg . . . , St. Louis Brooklyn . . . New York .., 13 (1 13 7 11 8 10 10 10 12 10 14 8 12 6 12 severely; and during the six innings of i i .......... the game progressed and was hit very BurlinCton. May 10.Burlington high !f ZrX 71" r..mn,C.T I arhnn rlnfM tArf SnanlHiniT h iirh ftf Kb rm I . . , " . . I ..vi "'afc l mnra than a I orman a,.rt,t r rw n. ....H . ms stay in tne dox newaiKea seven men at Centennial fipid Saturday afternoon " ' " "i- Libau is about 73 miles from the Ger man border. ana was toucnea up lor iu mis. uui, oi by the 8core of 7 to Both Norman these 10, rarreii got two ana ,M)nnor Rnd Tomasi pitched goo GERMANY SPEAKS IN AN OFFICIAL COMMUNICATION Announces Destruction of Lusitania by Submarine Says the Vessel Was Armed, and Public Warned. ctnnt finll. hut. tha and FiBke each got one two-base hit. .dvanUge was somewhat in favor of tho ruirt'll HIBL unc wriii ur ine liiiiT. hnmii twirlnf Th. ibvin. Other bits off Canales were well placed I singles. I Durungion mgn ,cnooi It was in the sixth inning that the ab r h no a e Spaniard had his bumps. Keefe, the Bell, ss 5 12 3 10 first man, struck out. Connor and Wil- Buxton, 2h 4 0 2 2 5 1 ley both got a free pass. Willey stole Ashland. 3b ...3 1 1 0 0 0 second and scored on a hit by FiBke. I Flint, lb 4 1 1 13 i 0 1 lus advanced Connor to second and on Morse, cf 4 1 1 I 0 0 Witt's hit Connor scored and Fiske went Perelman, If ........ 3 0 0 1 0 0 third. Hastie came up and sent a speedy R, Rupert, rf 1 0 0 0 0 0 grounder out to Stuart, who let it slip Iamer, lb 2 1 0 7 0 1 . 1. 1. J t II', . L il i n a n .. tii o .gn anarieKeano eacn scorea. rsorman, p o .. ; - London, May 10,-The following offi nuim .noriova gruuimcu oui 10 oiuun, rranK, suo I o u rial rommnni.-.lion wa at IWIi,, !!, A m4,.i- i r: it i n t t a ai ' - - --. ..4. n ...K t. Vl.l I If D. i. -I O 1 A A A i 1 ml I j JUKIIV. uu wu, vnt? uui viuhu, iiu i uiiiuicu ii uiri i. it i i "i 'in - -J ' T 1111'4 ' m v it and the runner went to second. On h i v- a fast snrint he ?ot third and hefnre I Totals ... 32 7 27 10 ! V tn.Wu oy a uerroao suomanne (ho hull orM r..h t,nnl. I,. ,r.A I nd sank. Frr,.n Mm. ,,n n Spaulding High School. "The Lusitania was naturally armed bagger but failed to score. Fiske got ab r h po a e with guns, as were recently most of the a sinffle but died there, a Willev struck smith, 30 .1 " 1 " II r.ngnsn mercantile steamers. Moreover, out. Result of this inning; six scores. Kidder, 2b In the heffinninff nf t.hi vi.iitli in. I Starr, C ning, young Fowlie stripped himself of Tomasi, p his shin guards, protector and mask, Oordon, cf AMERICAN LEAGUE Saturday's Games. At New York New Vork 10, Boston 3. At Philadelphia Philadelphia 5, Washington 3. At Cleveland Chicago 10, Cleveland 5. At St. Louis St. Louis 6, De. troit 4. Sunday's Games. At Detroit Detroit 1, Wash ington 0. At Cleveland Cleveland 3, Philadelphia 0. At St. Louis Chicago 6, St. Louis 1. STANDING OP THE CLUBS Won Lost Pet. Detroit . 17 7 .708 New York 12 .067 Chicago 14 9 .009 Boston ... 8 8 .500 Cleveland 10 12 .455 Washington 11 .450 Philadelphia ....... 7 13 .350 St. Louis 17 .2til ACTION AGAINST TURKEY. donned a nitcher'a plovi intrl of a I Sector, Sa i-atclier'a mit. anl ullii.( inin th ni.k. Olliver, lb er's box. Alonzo, another Spaniard in Johnston, If the liarre lineuo. stenned behind the hat. ur"' " In the lat. thrp inninir nf th trum von ni Fowlie nid aomn eiti-elli nt work I Totals ami IipM th Gmtilaril men wpll in haitrl Thev were not able to meet the ball 'Frank ran for Norman in sixth and with nuii'h venaeanc -anH nnlv iwn amatl I eighth hits were gotten from him. Quinn and Lror on last strike Keefe each got a single. As for the Burlington 001 22200. 7 rest of his work he proved himself wor-1 SpauKling 100 100 00 02 thy ot the pomtion, as he got seven Karned runs Burlinirton 2. Sna.ii Id in strikeouts, out of a possible nine. The Two-base hits Morse : nd Buxton. Home one score that was made while rowlic rn liordon. Sacrifice bit Norman was in the box was not entirely the stolen baaea Rell 2. Buxton. H. Bunert i"""' " iun, no vu"'" ("'a n-i-' i.oriinn. firt haw rm nana I nr Nor. other lucky run. He singled, then stole m 3, 0fT Tomasi 4. lieft on bases- second and on a wild throw wmt to Burlington B, Spaulding 6. Struck out third and on a passed ball by A Ion so Br Norman 13, bv Tomasi 11. Double was allowed to score. This totalled v Buxton to Lamer. Passed hall the Goddarditeg 10 runs. Bnrlinirton 3. Snauldinff 3. Time Two Keefe, as has been stated, was pitch- l10r ami 3ft minutes, t'mnire Hoi 1 , . i . j , - .. .1 ------- - - mg wnnoeriui nan ano was naving tne comb. best ot support, nothing seemed to get by the infield men on the team. In 4 0 0 1 1 2 as is well known here, she had large 4 1 2 15 3 1 quantities of war material in her cargo. 3 0 0 0 2 0 "Her owners, therefore, knew to what 4 ' 1 n 1 I danger the passengers were exposed 4 0 0 1 0 01 They alone bear all the responsibility o n n e n s, I - . . . . . ' " " " " " lor what lias fisppened. " " " 0 "Gvrmanv. on her tiart left nnhini . A 1 1 ' a iv ir 1.1 u J I unrlnnn In rinjaf ifcHlv nrl atmnrrlir u rn thm 1'hff imlu.ril m mKa tut Atw in 31 2 7t25 6 ...:, r.;:. J. a public warning, so as to draw atten tion to this danger. The English press sneered then at the warning and relied on the protection of the Mritish fleet to safeguard Atlantic traffic. Geneva Hears That Treaty of Lausanne Has Been Declared Void. London, May 10. The Geneva Trib une publishes a dispatch from Rome to the. effect that the Italian .government has decided, owing to the recent uprising in Inpoli, to notify Turkey that it con sidered void the treaty of Lausanne. Such a notification, the Tribune says. would amount to a declaration of war Passenger trains, reaching Switzerland from ltalv are crowded with Germans and Austrians. A number of German cor respondents from Milan and Turin have arrived at Lugano. After the uprising of rebels near Mis ra, Tripoli, last month, it was reported from Rome that the insurgents were be ing led by Turks. Wants to be an Angel. ''Oh. mother! How I wish I was an angel!" Darling! What makes you say that? 'Oh, because then, mother, I could drop bombs on the Germans." Loudon Punch. I lakes. Do You Have a Raincoat in Your Wardrobe You will find one a mighty handy thing to have around. No umbrella to bother with, or lose. 'And you will find that these Raincoats of ours will give you genuine protection; they shed water like . a duck. Our better ones can not be distinguished from a"'liht-weihti: overcoat, and many men use them for , spring and fall wear. Raincoats, $5.00 up; Moore & Owens Barre's Leading Clothiers BARRE, VT. TWO CANOEISTS LOSE LIVES. Craft Overturned in Eagle Lake in Maine on Saturday. Houlton, Me., May 10. Coroner Dunn left Saturday night for Eagle lake to view the bodies of Louis Titus and Har old Noon, who were drowned when their canoes was caught in an ice jam and upset . Saturday afternoon. To reach i.agle lake the coroner had to go sev eral miles by canal through a chain of the siith inning it looked a if the Barre team would get a score when Pe- uur.zi was passed. The wiurd bane- runner stole second and third but did not have time to get borne before Stuart bad fouled out and Brown strue kout. The Barre single score was cot in the following manner in the eighth inning Marehesi, the first man up, grounded ;ut to Morlock. I Tonguay sent a speed- one out to Connor, who was unable to handle it properly. He stole second snd when .Monro tut out an rtir one they tried to get Tonguay on third but failcii. redur.zi came up and sent a sailing high one out to llaatie, who eaaily pulled it down Tonguay, who a rather fast on his feet, raced home and got there before the hall, which had been knotked rift to the fence It was good base running on the fart of Tangusy. The lineup and summary: Goddard Seminary. an r h ii DEFEATED FAST TEAM. Willev. lb .. onnor, M . . Fike, rf ... Witt. 3b .... Hs1i. If .. Mmlnrk. 2b tuiitii. r . . . . l arrell. ,f . . Kerfe, . . . . Tola! I n 17 12 10 II 27 14 4 Barre Athletic duo. ill r I i a PHuri. rf f II It MHart, 4 t 4 1 Urwaa. , f ft A I 1 W. .lol.nMnn. SH 4 fl 3 t f T T'fig'iav. If 4 0 A 0 I mite. e. "p .4 tt ft 7 I Marrwi. ih 3 t I 0 L. TnTTar, lb S I A A A ri,V. f. A A I AUmMi, t t 0 ft Italian A. C. Madt Merry With Cavalry Pitcher's Offerings. The Italian Athletic club baseball team returned from Winooki last nipht after detesting the Port L'than Allen e'ond cavalry team at the fort by a acore of 8 to 2. Scampini did the twirling for the Barre team and held the soldiers to five hits, all singles. He kept them well nattered and struck out five men. Krrors were few, only three heing made by the Barre team and only two by the cavalry men. It was in the eighth inning that the Ital ians got mot of their score. Bottigi was hit by a pitched ball and got a free pa. Gay hit and was safe at first. Itamdi got a bit, scoring the tw men. ( omolli got a three-hagrer. scoring Da- lidi. (fclcagni got a double, but was caught on third on a throw from the catcher. Giacamurr.i gnt single, but Scampini stnkk out. a did Grani. Four aenrra wer the rrult of this inning. In the flrt and third. hunrbd hits were repntiible for the fcur other acore. two in each eaae. 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