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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1908.
DISGRACEFUL SCENE
Mob Attacks Umpire Rorty,
Who Is Neglected by New
Britain Players.
REYIEW OF SEASON
What the High School Baseball
Team Accomplished During
. - the Past Year.
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OFFICIAL ENTIRELY RIGHT
Refused to Call Gtimo When Crowd
Attempted to Fool Him- Oilier
Contents Close.
COSXFCTICUT I.RAfil'K STAMUNfi.
W. Li. P.O.
Hartford , 81 18 .3:l
New Haven 20 19 .611
Springfield ', 2S 20 ,6S3
Merlden , 24 25 .490
Holyoke 24 27 .471
Bridgeport 22 20 .468
New Britain 20 28 .417
Waterbury 19 , 34 .358
CAM ICS TO-DAY.
Holyoke at New llaveii.
Merlden at Rprlngllcld.
Hartford at Waterbury.
Bridgeport at New Britain.
(Special to the Jiiurnnl-roiirler.)
New Britain, Conn., June 24. One or
the' most disgraceful scenes ever Been
In the Connecticut league was wit
nessed here today In the game between
the local team, and New Haven when
a crowd of Ignorant mill hands made
a most, unwarranted attack upon Um
pire Hugh Rorty. This Is the stnry ot
the riot: At the beginning of the ninth
with New (Haven at bat, needing one
run to tie the score, some foreigners
we hate to allow that they were Amer
icansnoticing black clouds approach
ing from the east raised a howl for the
game to be colled on account of darkness.-
When Jerry Connell received a
free ticket to first the howl Increased to
a roar which did not lessen any -when.
Flelss. sacrificed Connell tb second.
"Ward then hit Havel In the side and
without a moment's hesitation the
frenzied mob left their seats and rush
ed on to the field, threatening severe
punlshma.tt to Rorty unless he stopped
the conteaV. This he refused to do as
thore wis at?tely no reason for It.
The fo'ta nm got busy and mado a
rush at Oie uuplre and for a few mo
ments h was roughly handled. After a
delay of fully ten minutes the New Ha
ven team, assisted by two Vlalnville
policemen and Manager Paige, the
crowd was pushed off the diamond and
the game proceeded. Simmons came to
bat and Shortstop Waterman and the
whole local Infield shouted to Ward to
pass him. The local pitcher was wlso
enough to do this and the corners were
all filled with only one out and a single
run needed to tie the score. The mob
realizing this again charged out over
the diamond and attempted to punch
Rorty. Not a member of the home club
assisted him and had.lt not been for
some -efficient protection by the visiting
ihall tonm he would have Seen hafllv in
jured. For fifteen minutes the crowd
' refused to disperse and by this time
.It was becoming a little dark and rain
seemed Imminent. Ward began to toss
,,1110 birll around to the lnflelders simply
' to kill time and Rorty, every time he
ritd thin rnllnri ft hnll An Enoheiv who
was at bat. This punishment was ef
fective, for Ward then pitched. Zacher
,iou,iea two Dans ana wnen a nign speea
lba.1) came whizzing up to him he struck
;at Jt. Ruflange allowed It to get away
from him and the bases were cleaned,
ConVll. Havel and Simmons nil scor
ing, 'Ruflange got the ball from some
one'ln the crowd, where It had rolled,
'and tossed It to Almeida, who was cov
ering the plate, and he touched Sim
mons, but as It was a blocked ball Ror
ty allowed the run. Westerberg struck
''out'.'
f' Bunyan, the first man up for the
locals, filed out to Simmons and Pa-
dron came to bat. With two strikes
and one ball on him Ruflange came
dashing out from his bench and pulled
padron away from the baiters nox
Just as Herbst sent over tho final
Ftrlke. Rorty Immediately forfeited the
game to New Haven and the score
will go as 9-0. By this time tho black
cloud had passed over and tho condi
tions were Ideal for a continuance of
the game. Following Rorty's decision,
the wildest and craziest crowd In the
etate went for him for their third at
tack. The local team paid no atten
tion to tho umpire and again Bone,
Connell and others of the visiting club
assisted by the police escorted him off
the field. There Is a one-horse covered
peanut stand over In back of the first
tase bleachers and thither the umpire
and protector's headed. The' proprietor
a typical product of the backwoods
self-important and big as life refused
to allow Rorty to enter. George Bone
(puthed through the door and not over
gently put him In a corner, where he
was last seen eating a bit of penny
candy. After a few moments' rest In
the shed, the umpire and his escort
moved out of the grounds and over by
the trolley tracks. Here' Officer Lanp
ford of the New Britain police force,
who had helped to keep the mob away
from Rorty, marie a mess of things'
generally and in loud tones denounced
the umpire. This of course, set the Ig
norant people Into further Insane In
sults and George Bone and Eddie Havel
In no uncertain tones told the cop what
they thought of him as guardian of the
law. Tills effectually shut him .up and
nil hands boarded a car for New Brit
ain. En route the same Idiotic remarks
were heard and upon his arrival at the
central green Rorty whs struck In the
head by a stone, Inflicting a painful in
Jury. All in all It was-the worst riot
that has ever occurred In tho circuit
and a great part of tho blame must be
charged against the New Britain team.
To sum It up they saw the game slip
ping away as soon ns Jerry Connell
reached first and when he got a base
further they quit, like a crowd of ba
bies. It was all so plain on the face of
It that excuses were ludicrous, resi
dent Tracey and Kennedy, chief of the
etaff of umpires, fortunately were
present, and when the first outbreak
appeared the former came down from
the grandstand and upheld Rorty in
his decision. The darkness gag wos a
stall pure and simple and It Is high
time that Manager Paige puts a little
true fight In his men, Who were show
ed up In their true colors today.
The other scoring came about as fol
lows: Connell In the first Inning singled
and was advanced on a customary nrat
bunt by Plelss. Connell went to the
warm corner when Waterman dropped
Ward's throw to catch him off second
nd scored on Havel's bingo. Simmons
filed to Padron, who by a quick throw
doubled Havel at first. Tho locals even-
cned up in their half on Marsan'i hit,
his stolen base and Almeida's single.
In the next period New Britain got
his last tally when Westerberg collided
with Havel and dropped Bunyan's easy
fly, the runner reaching second. Pndrwi
fanned and. Ruflange filed to Connell,
but Ward got a lucky Texas, leaguer
scoring Bunyan. The summary:
1 New Haven,
ab r bh po a e
Connell, rf 2 2 1 2 0 0
Plelss, If 2 0 0 1 0 0
Havel, 2b 3 1 1 2 2 0
Simmons, lb s. . . . 3 1 1 0 0 0
Zucher, ct 4 0 0 2 0 1
Westerburg, ss....3 0 12 1 1
Sherwood, 3b 3 0 0 1 1 1
McKeon, o 3 0 0 7 2 0
Herbst, p 3 0 2 0 1 0
Total 28 4 626 7 3
New Britain.
ab r bh do
Marsans, It 4 1 3
Almeida, 3b 4 0 2
Waterman, ss 4 0 0
McCabe. cf 3 0 0
Burns, 2b 4 0 1
Bunyan, lb 3 1 0
Padron, rf 3 0 0
Ruflange, o 3 0 0
W'nrd, p 3 o 1
a
1
3
0
0
1
0
1
6
0
wox nv nuxciuvr, hits.
BrUlKoport Land it Sie-Siiw fiame
With Holvoke.
Bridgeport, Juno 24 Bridgeport
beat Holyolio to-day, 5 to 4, In a see
saw gumo, by bunching hits and with
the aid of battery errors, Holyoke's
fielding mlsplays not counting In the
result, The score:
IlrlriR(Mrt. 1
ah
O'Rourke,. 2b 4
Beaumont, p .1
pBertwhlstle, rf . . . . 4
Ladd, cf 4
Hilt, ss 2
I'helan, lb 4
Cnssldy, If 3
Snlch. 3b 4
Nops, p 2
Romer, p 2
Totals 32
Holyoke.
ab r
Dolnn, cf 5 1
Boucher, sa 3
r bh po a
0 13 7
0 12 2
10 3 0
112 0
112 1
2 2 12 2
0 2 10
;o 1 0 4
0 0 0 2 1
0 0 2 4
B 9 27 23
bh.po
2 0
Totals 31 2 7 27 11 3
New Britain left field with two men
out In ninth.
Score by Innings:
New Haven.... 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 4
New Britain. ...1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2
Sacrifice hlLi. Plolss (2), Connell;
stolen base, Marsans; two-base hits,
Marsans, Herbst (2), Simmons; double
plays, Padron to Bunyan; Westerberg
to Havel to Simmons; Innings pitched,
Herbst 8 3-4, Ward 9; hits, off Herbst
7, off Ward 6; struck out, by Herbst
7, by Ward 8; bases on balls, by
Herbst 1, by Ward 3; wild pitch,
Herbst; hit by pitched ball, Connell,
Havel; passed ball, Ruflange; time of
game, 1:60; umpire, Rorty; attend
ance, 407.
VATF.ltnniY DOW.NFD.
in
Ponies Mnlio Most of Their lilts
Two Innings and Win Out,
Waterbury. June 24. Flvo of the
seven hlts secured off Slllcry came In
tho fourth and fifth Innings and
Springfield scored three runs, one be
Ing forced In on a pass, defeating
Waterbury 3 to 1 to-day. Mclean al
lowed Waterbury only four hits and
the one run was due to a hit bats
man, a steal and an error. Score:
Waterbury.
ab. r. h. po.
Fltzpatrlck. 2b ... 4
Swander, If 4
Nichols. If
O'Hagan, lb
Mullaney, cf
Shlncfl, c . . ,
Murphy, 3b .
Miller, ss . . .
Slllcry, p ...
2
1
0
13
1
7
1
0
0
Totals 30 1
Springfield.
ab, r.
MeAndrews 4 0
Connor, c 4 0
Yale, lb 4 0
Stankard, 2b .... 3 1
Rising, If 4 1
l.uby, cf 4 0
Walte, rf 3 1
Burns, ss 3 0
McLean, p 4 0
4 27 13 0
po.
3
1 1 1
Humbaeher, It .... 3 0 1 0
Maiisey, lb 4 1 1 9
Perkins, 3b" 4 0 2 0
Hayw.lrd, rf 4 0 1 1
Bnker. 2b 2 0 1 3
Ahcarn, c 3 1 0 10
lavender, p 2 0 1 0
Schmidt 1 0 0 0
Charles. The locals won In tho tenth
after two were out. Kchulto stole
second, went to third on llostetter's
wild throw and scored when Murray
let tho ball get past him. Score!
I'lllf'llgO,
ab r
, .. . 3
Single, cf.
Howard, If.
Bohulte, if.
Chance, lb,
Stelnfeldt,
Kllng,. c. ..
Hofman, 2h,
Tinker, ss. ,
Ueulbach, p,
3 b.
bh
0
2
1
1
1
0
1
0
1
po
3
2
0
10
1
10
1
3
0
Totals 31
St. Louis.
ab
Shaw, rf 6
Charles bh. 5
Murray, cf. ...... 3
Dilehnnty, If 4
Konotchy, lb 4
HoBtetler, 0. ..... 2
Byrne, 3b 3
Gilbert, 2b 4
Fromme, p 3
2 7 30 13 2
bh
1
2
0
0
0
1
1
1
0
po
2
5
2
0
13
1
0
6
0
Totals 31 4 10 24 13 4
Batted for Lavender In ninth.
Score by Innings:
Bridgeport ....01021001 5
Holyoke 1 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 04
Two-bnse hits. Lavender, Plmlnn;
throe-base hits, Dolan, Hilt; lilts, off
Nops 8 In 8 Innings, oft Romer 2 In 3
Innings; sacrifice hits. Hilt, CassMy,
Boucher, Baker; stolen base, I'helan;
double piny, Ilaywrml and Ahenrn;
left on bases, Bridgeport 6, Holyoka G;
bases on balK off lavender 2, off Ro
mer 1; first bnno on error, Bridgeport
2, Holyoke 1; hit by pitched ball,
Ahearn, Hamb.icher; struck out, by
Romer 3, by Lavender 9; pnwed balls.
Ahearn 2; wild pitch, Lavender; time.
1:42; umpire, Wilkinson.
GIANTS. TAKE BOTH
McOraw's Men Capture Two
Good Games from the
Beaneatcrs. .
CHICAGO WINS IN TENTH
St. Louis Loses Overtime Contest
Cubs Pirates nnd Phillies Also
l lnlsh Ahead.
to
NATtOSJ.tL I.EVK STAXIHNfi.
Totals 33
Score by lnr.lngs:
Springfield ... .0 0 1
Waterbury ... .0 0 1
3 7 27 8 2
2 0 0 0 0 03
0 0 0 0 0 01
Two .base ihits, MeAndrews; sacri
fice hit, Burns; stolen bases, Nicholas,
Yale, Luby; left on bases, Waterhury
3, SprlnfffWd 6; first base on balls, oft
Siller'y 2; first base on errors, Water
bury 2; hit by pitcher, Nichols; struck
out, by Slllcry 6, by McLean 2. Time,
1:40. Umpire, Kennedy.
LKABFJIS AM) Mi:RITK TIE.
(iamc at Hartford Called nt End of
Klghtli Bnrkness.
Hartford, June 24. With two out
In the last half of the eighth Inning,
to-day's game was called on account
of darkness, a thunder storm being
so black that the players looked llko
gnomes. Pulslfer was unfamiliar with
the work at second base and an error
of his was costly. Wallace scored
two with his triple and came In on
SoffePs poor throw. Score:
Hartford.
ab r bh po
Wallace, rf 4 1 1 2
Fallon, If 4
Pulslfer, 2b. 3
Connory, lb. 2
Noyes, 3 b 1
Yancey, cf 3
Justice, ss 2
O'Leary, c 8
Wilson, p 3
Totals 25
Merlrlen,
ah
Soffel, ss. 3
Wade, if 4
Aceorslnl, lb 3
Golden, cf 3 '
Pastor, 2b 3
Barbour, 8b 3
Cote, If 3
Bridges, c 2
Tuckey, p 3
0
1
5
0
1
0
11
1
4 5 21 4
bh po
1 2
0 2
0 9
1
0
i
o
0
0
w. r.c.
Chicago 33 29
J'lltslturg 25 :t
New York 32 25 .5'il
Cincinnati 31 28 .Ml
Philadelphia 25 27 -.41
HoMon . .. 25 34 .421
St. Louis 21 35 ,4l7
Brooklyn 21 35 ,375
Totals 33 1 6 29 18 2
Two out when winning run scored.
Score by Innings:
Chicago ...000001000 13
St. Louis ..00000 1 000 01
Two-base hit, Ilofman; homo run,
C'hujlcs; saerllite lilts, Single 2, Hos
tetter, Hyrne, Chance, eulbach; stol
en bases, Murray, 8laple, Schulte;
left on bases, Chicago. 9, St. Louis 7;
bases on balls, off Reulbach 2,. off
Frommo 5; first base on errors, St.
Louis 1; hit by pitcher, Murray;
struck o"ut, by Reulbach 7, Frommo
1; time, 1:46; umpire, Klem.
PiriATKS BRAT RFTS.
of
Cliii'liinatl Propped Lnnt Gnmc
Present Series to Pittsburg.
j'lusuurg, j uno zi. rittstuirg won
the last game of ilio series from Cln
clntiatl to-diy by a score of S to 3. The
contest was Interesting throughout.
Willis pltrhoil a strong game, but Iouho
iteming allowed tna visitors to score
an their runs in the seventh Inning.
i ne score; .
nttshurg,
ab
Thomas, cf. .
Ltaoh, 3I. . .
Clarke, If. . ,
Wanner, ts.
Ahb.itii'chln, !
Suartiiii, lb.
Wilson, rf. .
(.ilbson, c. . . .
Willis, p. ...
J Mueller ...
Maddux, p. .
Totals ....
Hugglns, Jb.
Kan, cf. . . .
Lnhci'l, sa. .
Mltcnell, rf.' .
tlanzel, lb. .
McLean, e. . ,
Paskert, If. .
Mown y, .11).
Wi lrnf r. p. . .
Campbell, p.
M S.-n'el ...
29 .
Cincinnati.
nb
5
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
3
0
1
r bh po
2 2 4
J 1
1 4
3 8
2 0
1 7
1 2
0 6
1 0
0 0
0 0
YANKS IN TIE GAME
New York-Philadelphia Contest
Called in Ninth Because
of Rain. "
NAPS SHUT OUT CHICAGO
Joss Holds Leaders to Four Hit St.
Louis and Washington Take
Their Matches.
AMRIUCAN LKAGVE STANDING.
W. U P.O.
Chicago 35 24 .6J3
St. Louts 85 24 .503
Cleveland S3 26 .689
Detroit 32 26 .652
fhlladelphla 26 30 .444
Boston 24 35 .424
New York .24 32 .420
Washington 21 3tl Mi
GAMES TO-DAY.
New York at Philadelphia.
St. Ixuln at Detroit.
Chicago at Cleveland.
Washington at Boston.
going to right field, Bradley to short
and Perrlng to third. Score:
, Cleveland,
f
3. Clarke, If ..
Bradley, ss ....
N7. Clarke, c ....
Hlnchman, rf ...
Perrlng, 3b
Birmingham, cf
Joss, p . ........
Total
Chicago.
ab r
Hahn, rf 4
Jonea, cf 4
ab r bh po a a
4 1110 0
4 1 12 10
3 13 8 10
3 116 8 0
4 0 0 7 0 0
4 13 10 0
8 0 10 10
s 0 0 10 0
3 10 120
82 6 10 27 8 0
Dougherty, If 4
Anderson, lb 4
Ati, ss 3
Davis, 2b S
Purtell, 3b 3
Sullivan, o 3
Owen, p 3
bh
1
2
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
po
0
4
1
11
2
4
0
3
0
Philadelphia, June 24. To-day's
game between New York and Phila
delphia was stopped at the end of
the ninth Inning with the score a tie
at 6 runs each, on account of dark
ness. Score:
New York.
ab. r
Stahl. If 3 1
Nile, If 1
Ball, ss 4
Hemphill, cf .... 3
Chase, 2b 4
Keeler, rf 6
Totals 30 0 4 24 15 2
Score by Innings:
Cleveland 8 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 (
Chicago 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
First base on erro-s, Cleveland 2; two
base hit, Hlnchman; sacrifice hits,
,Stovnll, Perrlng; double plays, Lajole
land Stovall; first base on balls, Joss 1,
Owon 1 ;lht by pitched ball. Lajole;
left on bases, Cleveland . 8, Chicago 4;
struck out, Joss 7, Owen 1; time 1:33;
umpires, Sheridan and Evans.
bh. po.
0 0
Conroy, 3b ..
Morlnrlty, 11)
Klelnow, e ..
Manning, p . .
Chesbro, p ..,
1
4
3
0
1
4
11
3
0
0
9 27 12 0
6 11 27 2
bh po a
i s 3
4
1
0
1)
3
Totals
..37 3 f tl lt'0
(AMDS TO-IHY,
Piston nt New York.
Cincinnati at Chicago.
PlU.hiug nt St. l.oiil.
Philadelphia nt Brooklyn
New York. Juno 21. New York took
both games of today's douhle header
from the Boetons. The visitors fulled
to tally until tho final Inning of the
second game. Mnlarkey replaced
Mathewron for New York In the last
two Innings of tho second contest al
lowing no hits. The scores:
First (inme.
Boston, '
ab r
Beaumont, cf 4 0
Browne, rf 3 0
McGann, lb 3 0
Bates, If 4 0
Pnhlon, ss 4 0
Hannifin, 3b 4 0
Ritehey, 2b 2 0
Smith, c 3 0
Llndaman, p 1 0
McCarthy, p 2 0
Totals 30 0
New York,
ab r
Tenney, lb 4 1
Doyle, 2b 4 1
Seymour, cf 3 0
Donlln, rf 4 0
Devlin, 3b 2,2
Shannon, If 4 0
Biesnnhan, c 4 0
Brldwell, ss 4 0
Wlltse, p 2 0
bh po a e
0 0 0 0
14 0 0
18 10
0 2 0 0
0 0 6 0
0 3 2, 0
0 4 10
0 3 10
0 10 0
0 0 2 0
2 21 13 qQ
bh po, a e
1 11 0, 0
2 3 4 0
0 2 0 0
10 12
.1.0.2,1
0 2 0 0
0 8 1 0
3 3 3 0
0 0 0 0
S 27 11 3
I'.nn for Willis In eighth.
ltteil for Campbell in ninth.
The score by Innings:
I'lttshiirg UU01010! 5
Cincinnati 0 ) 0 0 0 0 8 0 03
Two bs ho hits: Wagner, Ahhntlrehlo.
Three haae hits: Thomas. Home run:
Wngner. Hits: Off Willis, 9 In S In
nings; off Welmer, 9 In 7 2-3 Innings;
off Campbell, 2 In 1 1-3 Innings. Sacri
fice hits: liearh, 2. Stolen bases: Wag
ner anil Kane. Douhle playn: Ganiel,
Jit; tunai-flsted), Muggins imd Gnnael.
Ieft on bases: I'tlHhng, 5; Cincin
nati, 7. First base on bans: Off Wel
mer, 1. First base on errors: Cincin
nati, 1. Hit by pitcher: Thomas, by
Welmer. Struck out: By Welmer, 1;
by Willis, 3; by Maddox. 1. Time, 1:40.
I'lnplres, Enislle, 7; Riidclerham.
piiilmks vicroniors.
Totals 28 4 4 21 12 4
Score by Innings:
Hartford 0 1 0 0 3 0 04
Merlden 0 0 0 0 0 1 34
Two-base hit, O'Leary; three-baso
hits, Wallace, Soffel; sacrifice hits,
NoyeB 2, Justice; stolen bases, O'Leary
Wade, Cote, Bridges; double plays,
Wilson and Connery; base on balls, off
Wilson 3, oft Tuckey 1; struck out,
by Wilson 11, by Tuckey 2; hit by
pitcher, by Wilson 1; passed ball,
O'Leary; left on bases, Hartford 4,
Merlden 4; bases on errors, Hartford
2, Merlden 1; umpire, McCloud; time,
1:35.
Totals ,31 4
Score by Innings:
Boston 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
New York 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 4
Three base hit, Devlin; hits off Llnd
aman 5 in 3 Innings, off McCarthy 3 in
6 Innings; sacrifice hit, Seymour; stol
en bas, Doyle; left on bases, Boston 6.
New York 7; first on balls, off Wlltse
2, off Llndaman 2, off McCarthy 1;
flrset on errors, Boston 3, hit hy pitch
er, by Wlltse 1; struck out, by Wlltse
3, by McCarthy 3; time; 1:45; umpires,
Johnstone and Rlgler.
Second Cinmo,
Score by Innings:
U.H.E.
Boston 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 5 4
New York 0 0 0 1 4 0 2 0 "-7 10 0
Batteries: Young and Orn.hnm Math
owson, Mnlarkey and Bresnahan.
Trolley Dodger lose, Another Contest
lo Quaker City Aggregation.
Brooklyn, N. Y., June 24. Philadel
phia took the third game of the series
hero to-day, 3 to 1. Doolln's error and
Luniley's single gave the home team
Its only run. A base on balls nnd two
singles netled two tallies for the visit
ors in the second Inning, and they add
ed another In the eighth. Score.
IMilliulelpliln.
ab r bh
Grant, 3b 5 0 0 2
Knabe, 2b 4 0 0 3
Titus, rf 4 1 2 D
Maneo, If 3 1 1 3
Bninslleld, lb 2 1 1 11
Osborne, cf 4 0 3 4
Doolln, ss 3 0 0 ft
Iiooln, e 3 0 1 8
Corrlilon, p. . . , 4 0 1 1
Totals 33 6
Philadelphia
ab. r. bh. po
Hartsel, If 4
Nichols. 2b 4
Davis, lb 3
Smith, c 2
Powers, c 2
Murphy, rf 4
J. Collins. 3b .... 3
Oldrlng, cf ....... 8
E. Collins, ss 8
Sehlet!!or, p 1
Vlckers, p ........ 3
3
1
10.
3
Total 33 8 10 27 11 1
Score by Innings:
New York ....01003010 08
Philadelphia ..0 1 0 0 0 4 1 0 08
Two base hits, Hartzel 2, (Vlcker,
E. Collins, Conroy; homo run, Mur
phy; hits, oft Schleltzer 7 In 4 1-3 In
nlngs. off Vlckers 2 In 4 2-3 Innings,
off Manning 8' In 5 2-8 Innings, off
Chesbro 2 In 3 1-3 Innings; sacrifice
hit, Ball, Klelnow, Nichols, E. Col
lins, J. Collins; stolen bases, Hemp
hill 2, Chase, Conroy, Davis, Smith;
double play, Powers, unassisted; left
on bases, New York 8, Philadelphia 8
first ba.se on balls, off Mannang 8. of
Schleltzcr 3, off Vlckers 2, off Chesbro
2; first mass on errors, New York 1;
hit by pitcher, by Manning 1, by Vlck
ers 1; struck out, by Manning 2, hy
Vlckers 6, by Chesbro 1. Time, 2:25.
Umpire, Egan.
SENATORS WTLL PLAY.
Boston Lose Slow Interesting
Came to tl Tallenders.
Boston, June 24. Washington won a
slow, uninteresting game from Boston
to-day by batting two pitchers hard
Lord was spiked and forced to retire.
The scores
Washington.
ab r bh po a
Milan, cf 4 2 2 1 0
Qsnley, If E 2 3 0 0
Clymcr, If. 4 4 3 2 0 1
Alllzcr. 2b 6 0 18 4
Street, c 8 0 1 8 1 0
Freeman, lb 4 0 '0 9 0 ')
Shlpke, 3b 8 1 0 0 3 0
Mcflrlde, ss 4 1,1 8 3 0
Smith, p 3 10 0 10
Keeley, p 1 0 0 0 0 0
Total ...88 1 1) 27 12 1
tloatnn.
ab r bh po a
Thnney, f. 6 0 0 1 0 0
Lord. 3b 8 0 0 3 0 2
Lapofte, 3b 0 o o 1 0
McConnell, 2b 8 1 0 3 1 0
Oessler, rf 4 1 2 0 ) 0
Sullivan, cf. 4 0 110 0
Cnglaub, lb 4 0 0 7 1 0
Wagner, ss 2 0 0 2 8 2
McKarland, & 4 0 1 9 3 0
Winter, p 0 0 0 0 ) 1
Burrhell, p 3 0 1 0 2 0
Hartman, p 0 0 0 1 2 0
Carrlgan 1 0 0 0 0 ')
Totals 82 2 6 27 12 6
Batted for Hnrtman In ninth.
The score by Innings.
Washington 23001011 08
Boston 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 02
Three base hits: Milan, Clymer. Hits:
Off IWnter, 6 In 1 2-3 Innings; off Bur
chell, 4 In 6 1-3 innings; off Smith, 4 In
8 Innings; off Keeley, 1 In 8 Innings.
Stolen bases: Street, Milan, Shlpke.
McBrlde. Double play: McFarland and
Lord. Left on bnses: Boston, 8; Wash
ington, i. First base on balls: OiT
Smith, 8: off Burchcll, 1; off Harman,
2; oft Keeley, 1. First base on errors:
Washington, 4. Struck out: By Bur
rehll, ; by Smith, 2; by Hsrtman, 1;
by Keeley, 4. Balk, Burchell. Time,
2:17. I'mplre, O'Loughlln.
DFTIIOIT OITPLAYED.
Waddell FffeoUvo Whllo St. Louis Hit
Mullln Hard nt AH Stages.
Detroit, June 24. St. Louis hit Mul
lln hard at all stages and got a win
ning lead In the opening inning on five
singles and an expensive error In the
outfield. Detroit could not bunch Its
hits . off Waddell. Tho fielding was
fast, Cobb and Crawford having two
double plays and St. Louis four. The
score:
Detroit.
ab
Totals
Huron, cf.
32
Brooklyn.
, ab
4
3 9 27 15 1
I'alleo, 2b 3
Hummel, If.
laimley,. rf.
Jordan, lb. .
Sheehan, 3h,
Lewis, ss. . ,
Bergen, e. . ,
Wllhelm, p. .
r bh po
o 0 2
0
n
1
2
M
1
1
0
0
3
0
12
2
2
8
ft
Totals 31 1 5 27 17 0
The score by Innings:
Philadelphia ft 2 ft 0 0
Brooklyn 1 0 0 0 0
Two base hits
base hit : . Lewis.
ft 1 ft .1
0 ft ft t
Titus, Dooln. Three
Sacrifice hits: Dooln,
Wllhelm. Slolen bases: Magee, 2; Ber
een. Sheehan, Jordan. Lert on bases:
BhlUdelphln, 7; Broklyn, fi. First hnse
on nans: i.mi .ornuori, c, nn wiine,im,
3. First base on errors: Brooklyn, 1.
Struck out: By Corrldon. 3; hy Wll
helm, 1. Time, 1:32. Umpire, O'Day,
CUBS WIN IN TENTH.
World's Chuinplons Pull Gumo Out
With Two Down Against St. IajiiIs.
Chicago, Juno 24. Both teams
scored In tho sixth, the locals by two
timely lilts, tho visitors on a home run
drive to the center field fence by
CLARK GRIFFITH RESIGNS.
No
Yankees' Malinger Dlshcartencd-
Dlssenslon In Team.
Philadelphia, June 24, Clark Grlf
fltih, manager. of the New York base
ball club of the American league, to
day tendered his resignation to Frank
Farrell, owner of the team. Griffith
asked to be relieved from the man
agement of the team several days ago
and following a cmference with Mr.
Farrell before' the game with Phila
delphia here t6-day, he tendered Wb
resignation" to take effect at on'ee.
Qrlflilh said that he was disheartened
and felt that be should get out and
glve?Mr. Farrell 'a chance to' try an
other manager. He said there was
no dissension among the players. El
berfleld is mentioned ad a probable
successor to Grlltlth.
Mclntyre, If. ..... 3
Schaefer, ss 4
Crawford, lb 4
Cobb, rf. 4
D. Jones, cf 2
Conghlln, 3b 3
Thomas, c 4
Kllllfer, 2b 2
Mullln, p 3
bh po
0 3
3 3
10
3
Total 37 7 12 27 14 0
St. Louis.
ab r bh po a e
Hoffman, If 5 0 1 1 0 0
Hartsell, rf 5 2 2 2 1 ,0
Williams, 2b 6 1 1 1 7 0
Wallace, ss 3 2 2 7 4 0
Schweitzer, cf 1 1 1 0 0 0
C. Jones, cf 3 1 0 3 0 0
T. Jones, lb 4 0 1 10 0 0
Ferris, 3b 4 0 2 1 0 0
Spencer, c 4 0 2 2 2 0
Waddell, p 4 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 37 8 12 27 14 ' 0
Score by innings:
Detroit 00000100 01
St. Louis.
4 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 07
Two-base hit, Schaefer; sacrifice
hits, Kllllfer, Wallace; stolen base,
Schaefer; double plays, Cobb and
Crawford 2, Spencer and Wallace,
Wallace and T. Jones, Williams, Wal
lace and T. Jones, Hartsell and Fer
ris; left on bases, Detroit 3, St. Louis
7; base on balls, oft Mullln 2, oft
Waddell 4; struck out, by Mullln 6,
by Waddell 2; wild pitch, Mullln;
time, 2 hours; umpires, Connolly and
Hurst.
WHITE SOX BLANKED.
Joss, Cleveland's Star Box Artist,
Holds Leaders to Scattered IUts.
Cleveland, O., June 24. Cleveland
defeated Chicago today 8 to 0. Joss held
Chicago to four scattered hits while
Owen was hit hard with men on bases,
Cleveland's team was switched about
Hickman being benched and Hlnchman
Diamond Chippings.
Although the New Haven high school
baseball team failed to secure the much
coveted championship of the. Inter-
scholastic league of Connecticut, nev
ertheless they played good ball, win
ning most of their games, starting out
with a green team they were entirely
swamped by the Yale scrubs In their
first game. This defeat, however, little
affected the plucky youngsters, , who
Immediately found their faults and set
right to work remedying them,, with
the result that they kept up a stead
stream of victories, meeting their sec
ond defeat when they played the West
vllles, after havlg won nine games.
This defeat was an excusable one as
tho Westvllles are considered one ot
the best amateur aggregations In the
city.
One of the local high's victories dur
ing their victories period was secured.
over the Hartford .public high school
In a ten-Inning game by the score ot
3-2. This defeat over the Capitol City
players Is one that the local high play
ers deserve much credit for, as the
conquered ones only dropped one game
out of fourteen and that to ths local
team. . . " ' . '
After losing to the Westvllles tha
high team again .succumbed to defeat, .
this time to the Snrlnrfleld ball tossers
on a fluke. This sort of playing was
Immediately abandonej, as the high
team awoke In their next few 'games
and trimmed Merlden and Bridgeport
and also turned the tables on Spring
field on the latter's grounds. Had the
players only realised the Importance of
the loss of a league game,' they would
lirooBDiy nave piayea . ocuer gams 111
Bridgeport against the Park City high,"
to whom they lost after beating them
at New Haven. This defeat was a great
factor In the locals' loss of the pennant.
ThVteam then proceeded on Us voy
age, this time traveling to the Silver
City. There they showed the effect of
Mr, Hackett's persistent coaching,' for
they won the best played game of the
season, the contest being finished In
69 minutes. The time for the real strug
gle came at Hartford, June 18. whent
they met Hartford high. The local team,
failed to qualify, the players perform
ing miserably, with the reeult of the
loss of tho championship. The final
game between Windham and Hartford
high was simply a demonstration of
what Sherman, the Hartford high's
star twlrler, could do, when' compcllel
to exert his best efforts. Twenty strike
outs and not a hit tell a remarkable
story. If the local high had a twlrler
like Sherman they would have waltxed
away with the pennant.
This does not necessitate that Hoi-
lacher. the twlrler of the N. H. H. S.,
was a poor man, ror wnat ne accom
plished for the local high Is worthy ot
much consideration.- The little fellow
pttchej Incessantly and pitched well.
BUina l u l iiai ituiu r wiugsHivi
rank and considering the,way the slug
gers of the league failed jo' hit. hu.
benders, Is sufficient to show the class
he.was'lm ' j'. r . 1 "t
Tho man who was In every -way re
sponsible for the many victories of the
N. H. H. S. nine, was William H
Hackett, a teacher of the school, who
generously tendered his services to' tho
coaching staff of the ball team. . Ho
took It upon himself to be present and
watch the boys at practice. By doing"
so he turned out a fast baseball nine
from absolutely green material,, which,
although Jt did not the pennant,
made the winners go the limit to cap
ture It, the local high being a close
second only one game behind.
The players as a whole worked well
together and had they played' their us
ual game at Hartford they1 wouldT eas
ily have captured the initial place,
Captain Blakeslee deserves much -credit
for his handling of the team ana it is
hoped that Flanagan, the captain-elect,
111 . . r. a. M.BAnfl. n A hkU muAA9
Will JirUVO HO Blimis uii Bum m
Yesterday's performance will hurt the
slim sttendanos that has been seen
dally af Electrlo field. It was a case
or quitting pure ann simple. uan
Brothers, who was present, was utter
ly disgusted with New Britain's stag
ing and called the club a "misfit aggro,
gallon." Brothers has his eye on three
of the local team, and they may land
with the Giants In September.
Jnrk Tithe wired Oeorsre Bone In
New Britain yesterday that there would
he but one game to-aay insicaa 01
a double header as planned.
Hugh Rorty Is the best "ump." In the
circuit and has more sand than tho
average man.
"Ump" Wilkinson, once upon a time a
catcher in the Three I league, thinks
he will go back to tn :ame again, mo
was a catcher In the fullest sense of
the word snd until he got Into a wreck
and Injured his right hand. He has
never had any trouble with his wing.
opinion or raoron s nase
"Put a Jack rnbblt In the
A fan's
rnnnlnr:
field with that Padron and Padron will
catch It
Bert (Irubb, Holvoke's third baseman
last year, Is hitting like a fiend these
days for Wllkesbnrre In tho New York
State lesirue. Ho cracked out four sin
gles In fo'ur limes up In a game against
Syracuse Monday.
Blnghnmtnn fans woud be apt to turn
on the msnsgement If Outfielder Frank
Burke should be sold to Holyoke or
nnv other club .lust now. Burke Is
hark In the ornme asraln tth the Bin-
goes and Monday at Scranton had
three hits In flvo times tip, one of his
raps going for a home run with the
bases linoa.
Johhny Hannifin of Holyoke is hitting
for .209 with tne Boston isanonais.
JOCKEY CLUB CENSORSHIP.
New York, June 24. By order of
the Jockey club all telegraph wire
will be removed from the.Sheepsheadi
Bay track to-morrow and telephone
wires will he substituted. The trans
mission of all Information from tho
track will be subject to the censorship
of the Jackey club.
MOTOR CAR
DIRECTORY.
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N. B. Whitfield, agent; 143
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REO
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Earl Gardner, the Hartford second
baseman, was hurt in Tuesday's game
at Bridgeport. Gardner ran to second
In the sixth Inning when Connery
bunted and made a good slide for the
bs g. ,
Hartford hns signed Pitcher Fisher
of the Mlddelbury college nine. Fisher
reported to Tom Dowd Tuesday,
The Poet Look here, I understand
that vou said that the poem I had In
Punksey's this month was the worst
thing I ever wrote.
The Critic I said nothing of the
kind.
Tho Poet Ah, I'm glad of that. What
did you say about It?
The Critic I said It was the worst
poem anybody ever wrote. Cleveland
Lender,
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