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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1008.
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Full Box Scores of
Ball Games.
'Chesbro, p
Doyle, p ...
CARRICK WINS;
PAIGE LOSES
locals Split Even in Exciting
J Double-Header at Rock
: Maggert Stars With
Willow.
STILL IN THIRD POSITION
Herbst FlAyi Strong Game Through
out Dan O'NcIl Put Off Field
Minstrels Toko Two
.' Gamca.
'
CONNECTICUT LEAOIE STANDING,
(Official.
Springfield 77
Hartford 74
New Haven B9
New Britain (8
Holyoke 55
Merlden 51
Bridgeport 50
Waterbury 42
L.
88
41
61
60
61
64
63
78
P.C.
.670
.64 J
.4111
.4 Hi
.474
.443
.442
.360
GAMES TO-DAY.
Wiierbury at New Haven.
Merlden at Holyoke.
Hertford at New Britain.
Springfield at Bridgeport (2 games.)
4 4 0 Lndd, cf 8 0 0 2 0 o! O'Leary, c ......... 0 0 0 8 0 0
1 0 0jllllt.su 4 i 2 8 2 0! Wilson, p 4 0 0 0 0 0
3 0 0 l'lielan, lb ( o 1 11 2 1 .
4 0 2 1 3 0
Standard, 2b 4
Rising, If 4
Walte, rf 4
Yale, lb 4
McAndrcwa, 3b ... 4
Burns, bs 3
Hess, p l
Powell, p 2
Totals .. ....
33 2 6 24 14 4
New Haven.
ab r bh po a e
Connell, o 3 0 0 6 0 0
Herbst, If 4 2 2 5 0 1
Zacher, cf 4 1 1,40 0
Sherwood, 3b 41 2 0 i 0
Simmons, rf 3 0 1 0 0 0
Relschman, lb 4 0 0 10 0 0
Havel, 2b 2 0 0 1 8 1
Forgue, bs 3 1 1 2 8 0
Carrlck, p., 3 1 0 0 0 1
If tb local player ever did play
brilliant ball, they did so yesterday af
ternoon when they cantered oft with a
6 to I vlotory and 3-2 defeat, after
struggling with the Ponies for over
four hours of exciting ball at the prat
rla The exhibition given was full of
thrills and hair-raising stunts and In
terestlnc throughout, both teams put
ting up a plucky fight from start to
finish. Spectacular plays kept bobbing
up right along and snappy work was
Indulged i In by both . George Bone's
fleet and Dan O'Nell's squad. Those
who put In appearance at the Rock,
were amply rewarded for their trou
ble, witnessing two "beautiful contests.
The excitement rose to white heat at
times and the' fans were continually
kept In ''an Incessant turmoil by- the
closeness of the contest. It was a
grand struggle and the Bavin Rock
grounds presented a' beautiful specta
cle, with the 1,800 fans frantically
shouting themselves hoarse and doing
everythlng.ln .their power tq urge their
' nine to victory.
Hickory clouts filled the baps numer
ous times,: the, players smashing 'the
pill with terrlfio speed against various
divisions of the fence about: the dia
mond. ;$Iaggert of the visitors who
once led, the ;S0O stickers, was the ring
leader In the horsehlde slaughter. He
started right off the reel and smashed
out a three-bagger to right field. That
- almost took, the, local's breath away
and Vhen he kept up hla terrible clouts
getting another three-bagger a double
and single, ' the fans began to real
ize what a tough proposition they were
Up against Besides such swatting, he
demonstrated a few stunts about the
art o,f base running, clearing the hags
in great time. His slide to third base
on one of his drives brought forth loud
applause, and Infused a little bitter
feeling In the hearts of the fans ngalnst
him for he seemed to be the stumbling
block, tcblch the locals were unable to
overcome. It was the prettiest slide
ever seen here, Maggert leaving his
feet when within a big distance of the
dlssy comer and neatly eliding up to
the sack.
- -; First Game.
Carrlck's strong twirling assisted by
gooa worK on tne part or nis team
mates, secured the first contest for
Bone's contingent. Bill Carrlck, who
has been pitching remarkably steady
ball -In his recently played games, du
plicated his good work, being effective
i In- all stages of the game. Not a man
was presented a walking ticket and
'when any of the visitors managed to
Infest the angles "Bill" worked the cor
ner and they were unable to tally. ,
Andy Herbst was the candy kid with
the' willow, banging out two long dis
tance swats, the Inst one cinching the
game for the locals. His first was a
double and second a triple and while
Andy, was .on the bases, his prancing
around the sacks kept the visiting
pitchers In a perpetual worry. Herbst
.as wejl as Havel and Zacher pulled oft
some difficult plays which only Increas
ed the Interest 1rt tha'Kontest. Hess
started to twirl for the leaders hut was
compelled to retire when his shoots
were being banged, ,ajl, over the lot.
Powell, one of Dan's best replaced him
but was also banged for a few bingoes
and'whan his followers blew up the
game was easily New Haven's.
Maggert was responsible for the vis
itor" first" run by sending out a triple
for a starter, and scoring on Conner's
sacrifice fly to Zacher. New Haven did
better than the visitors In their half of
the first accumulating three runs. With
one out Herbst walked and landed on
third on Blondy Zacher's double to the
left field fence. Kid Sherwood then
drove in the two local players by his
pretty single to left garden. George
Simmons came next with bne of his
famous clouts, which sailed majesti
cally towards Pop Rising In left patch,
and which was good for Sherwood's
cor from sesond where he had land
ed on the play for Zacher at the plate.
Simmons' drive landed him on second
and he took third on Rnlschman's out.
. Hoi el walked and stole second. On the
play to catch Havel stealing, Simmons
attempted to score but was nabbed at
the plate.
; With the score 3 to 1 In the locals'
favor, the game continued without, an
other score until the fifth when the vis
itors tallied on collecting three hits,
That brought them within one run of
the locals and they strove hard to over
take them. The Elm City nine In the
meanwhile were sending men to the
bases but with no results for the time
ly bingo failed to come. A batting rally
,ln the eighth started by Herbst's tri
ple and the visitors' boots, gave the lo
cals a comfortable addition of threo
runs and settled the game.
Springfield.
ab r bh po a e
(Maggert, rf 4 1 3 0 0 0
Connor, o 3 0 0 5 2 0
Totals 30 6 7 27 10 3
Score by Innings:
Springfield ..' 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 02
New Haven 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 3
Sacrifice hits, Connor, Connell, Sim
mons, Carrlck; stolon bases, Relsch
man, Havel; first base on errors, New
Haven 2, Springfield 1; two-base hits.
Herbst, Zacher, Simmons; three-base
hits, Maggert 2; Innings pitched, Hess
2, Powell 6; hits off Hess 4, Powell 3;
struck out by Carrlck 4, by Powell 4;
bases on balls off Hess 3, oft Powell 3;
hit by pitched ball, Zacher, Sherwood;
left on hoses, Springfield 3, New Ha
ven 12; time of game, 2:10; umpire,
Finn; attendance, 1,700.
Second Gome, .
The spectators satisfied with the
stellar exhibition of the first game and
content with the locals taking a fall
out of the leaders, were treated to still
morn exciting game In the second.
During the course of piny Paige was
hit on the right hand by a pitched tall
while at bat and was for".d to halt
the game. Bone told Stoup to warm
up but the fans clamored for Herbst.
The shouting lusted fully .hree min
utes and the fans still kept calling fur
Herbst to enter tho box. Pulgo, liow-
evor, restored order by agreeing, to
continue the twirling. Strange to say
hla wrist seemed to have profited by
Its bang It received, for he struck out
the three batsmen out of the next four
up amidst tumultous excitement. 11c
kept up his star twirling an l it look
ed like a double victory for our nine.
The locals had scored a tally In tho
first when Herbst singled, stole second
and took third on Hirst's poor throw
to catch him at second. The ball
went through Watte and Hlg Andy
rushed across the pan for the locals'
first run.
During the fifth Inning the visitors
tied the score on boots by Forgue and
Sherwood and a single by Burns. Dan
O'Neil, who sat on the b.nch was Un
satisfied with one of the umpire's de
cisions and started to ridicule l.lm
with the result that he was put oft'
tho grounds. In the eighth session
the locals had tho bases choked, hut
failed to make good and this failure to
score cost them the game. While !
they were filling the bases they Imd
an easy time for the visitors su
cumbed to an attack of stage fright
and Stnnkard and Yale made two
beautiful errors.
Paige lost hla own game In the
ninth when he threw to third to catch
the runner forced to third, His heave,
was wild and flew away over to tho
left field, lotting two men score, Pal-je
Ladd, cf
inn, hh
l'lielan, lb
..Miller, 31) .
O'Rourko, rf 4
Kerr, If . 4
Nolte, p 3
2
2
11
1
1
0
0
Totals 34 2 8 24 14 2
Score by Innings; '
Now Britain 00000004 --4
Bridgeport 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 12
Two-bHse hits, . McCabe; three-hase
hits, iMeCabe; homo run, HUt; sacrlflco
hit, Hunyan, Burns, Brown; stolen
buses, Nolte 2, Rogers 2; left on bases,
New Britain 3, Bridgeport 5; first base
on balls oft Brown 1, off Nolte 2; first
base on errors, Now Britain 1, Bridge
port 1; struck out by Brown 2, by
Nolte 3; passed ball, Ruflange; time,
1:40; umpire, Lawton.
(Second Game.)
New Britain.
ab r bh po a e
Waterman, rf 3 1. 0 2 0 1
Marsans, If 4 0 12 10
Almeida, 3b 4 0 8 1 2 .0
McCabe. cf 2 0 1 0.1 0
Burns, 2b 4 0 0 5 2 0
Bunyan, lb 3 1 1 7 0 0
Cabrera, ss 2 0 0 1 3 0
Ruflange, c 3 1 0 8 1 0
Padron, p 3 0 10 10
Coughlln, p 0 0 0 1 0 0
O'Meara, c 0 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 28 3 7 27 11 1
Totals ..36 0 S 24 7 0
Score by Innings:
Holyoke 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0-1
Hartford ...,.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Two-basa hits, Dolan; sacrifice hits,
Perkins, Hambacher, Fallon, Yuncey;
stolen bases,' Justice, O'Leary, Bouch
er, Connery; double plays, Justice to
Gardner to Connery; left on bases, Hol
yoke 3, Hartford 8; first base on balls
off Slndler 8, off Wilson 1; struck out
by Slndler 5, by Wilson 11;. time, 2
hours; umpire, Rorty.
PIRATES CAPTURE
OVERTIME CONTEST
Shut Out Cubs in Ten Innings of
Exciting Play First of
a Series of Four
Games.
: GREAT PITCHERS' BATTLE
Sparks' place and held the New York
ers In chock for a while. McCormlck
and Doyle each secured three hits,
while Doolln ami Dooin, each of whom
made a single and triple, were the only
home players who could get a hit of
Wlltse. Thojatter had perfect control
and did not give a paes. Twice Phila
delphia had a man on third as the re
sult of a triple with no one out and
failed to get tho runner home. 'On one
of these occasions Wlltse struck out
the side. Score:,,. . .1
Now York.
ab
Tennry, 2b 4
Doylo, 2b 4
Bresnahan, c 3
Needham, c 0
Donlln, If 5
Seymour, cf
Barry, cf ....
Devlin, 8b ;. 5
McCormlck, rf
Brldwell, SS ...
Wlltse, p
Totals 39 8
Philadelphia.
bh po a e
19 3 0
3 14 0
0 7 0 0
0 0 0 0
12 0 0
2 8 0 0
0 10 0
1 0 .2 0
3 10 2
2 2 2 0
110 0
14 27 11 2
Brldgf)ort.
Rogers, 2b ...
Beaumont, C
Ladd. cf
Hilt, ss
Phelan, lb ...
Miller, 3b ....
O'Rouike, rf
Kerr, If
Waller, p
ab
. 3
. 3
bh
1
0
2
0
1
1
0
0
1
po
3
5
3
3
6
0
1
2
0
Giants Retain Load by Easily Down
ing Phillies Tom Turkey Twirls
Winning Game, Defeat
ing Superbns
NATIONAL LRAC.l'F. STANDING.
Totals 35 2 :3 ' 9 1
. Padron out for running out of line.
Score by Innings;
New Britain 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 3
Bridgeport 00000002 01
Two-base, hits, Ldd, .Padron; home
run, Miller; hits off Padron, 6 In 7 1-S
innings, oft Coughlln, 1 In 1 1-3 Innings;
sacrifice hits, Cabrera, ftfcCs be; stolen
bases, Kerr, Burns; douhle plays,
Bumont to Miller to Rogers, Almeida
to Burns to Bunyan, Burns to Bunyan;
left on bases, New Britain , Bridge
port 2; first base on balls off Waller 1:
firpt base on errors, New Britain 1.
Tlil leeport 1; hit hy. pitcher, -Bunyan.
McCabe; struck out by Padron 7, by
Waller 5;. time, 1:30; umpire, Lawton.
PLY FAST -GAME.
TallonrlcTs Win flows for a Change
Down Silver City Team. ;
Merlden, Sept. 4. In a fast game
here this afternoon Waterbury defeat
ed, Merlden 3 to 8. The game was
won by bunching the hits In the, sec
ond Inning and a sacrifice fly lii the
third Inning. Score: '
Wntorbury.
ab
5
4
W.
New York 74
1'ltlslmrg 75
Chicago 74
Philadelphia 65
Cincinnati 58
Boston 61
Brooklyn 43
St. Louis 43
L.
45
47
49
53
04
71
77
77
PC.
.622
.615
.602
.651
.475
.4 1 S
. 3E.S
.853
GAMES TO-DAA'.
Boston at Brooklyn,
New York at Philadelphia.
Si. Louis at Cincinnati.
Chicago at Pittsburg.
Grant, 3b
Knabe, 2b
Titus, rf
Magee, If
Bransflcld, lb ..
Osborne, cf
Donlln, ts '. 3
Dooln, c 3
Sparks, p 0
Moren, p 3
ab
3
bh
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
2
0
0
po
4
0
1
10
4
2
4
0
0
right field fence, scoring Stone. Held
rlck scored while Downs was throw.
Ing Wallace out at first. Doubles by
Williams and T. Jones weored St.
Louis Its thjrd run and Stone's douhle
followed by Wallace's double, scored
another In the seventh. The con:
St. Louis. ' ' ,:
ab r bh po
4 2 3 .3
2
4
3
3
Stonev If
Schweitzer, rf.
Heldrlck, cf. .
Ferris, 8b
Wallace, ss. . . .'
Williams", 2b 3
T. Jones, lb 4
Stephens, C 3
Stephens, c 3
Powell, p. , 4
3
2
0
2
4
10
a
3
0
Totals .) 30 0 6 27 10 1
Score by Innings:
Washington 00111000 03
New York 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Two-base hit, Ganleyj hits oft Ches.
bro, 6 In' 6 Innings; off Doyle, none In
4 Innings; sacrifice hits, Ganley, Cly
mer; double play, McBrlde, Delehanty
and Freeman ; left on bases, Washing
ton 4, New York 5; first base on balls
off Johnson 1, off Chesbro 8, off Doylo
1; first base on errors, Washington 1;
struck out by Johnson 4, by Chesbro 1,
by Doyle 2; time, 1:33; umpire, Evans.
CREEP CLOSER' TO TOP.
Totals 30
Detroit.
ab
4
3
3
4
4
4 11 2713 1
Mclntyre, If. .
Schaefcr, ss. .
Crawford, cf.
Cobb, rf
Rossman, lb.
Schmidt, c 4
Coughlln. 3b.
Downs, 2b. . .
Wllletts, p. .
D. Jones . . .
Summers, p.
Mullln ...
bh po
4 4
0
1
0
u
4
1
2
1
' 0
0
0
Totals .. 32 1 4 27, 13 4
' Score bv Innings:
New York ..2 2 0 0 1 2 1 0 0-8
Philadelphia .... 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 01
Two-base hit. Tenney; three-base
hits. Brldwell, Dooln, Doolln; hits -off
Sparks 6 In 1 Inning, off Moren 8 In 8
Innings; sacrifice hit, Bresnahan: stol
en bnso, Seymour; double plays, Dooln
to Bransfleld; left on bases, New York
8, Philadelphia 4; first base on balls
oft Moren 3, flrset base on errors, New
York 2, Philadelphia 1; struck out by
Wlltse . by' Moren 2; time 1:37; um
pires EmMIe and Klcm.
TUCKEY. A WINNER.
Becker, rf. ...
Prownei i f. . . .
Bales. If. ....
Beaumont, cf.
MrOnnn. lb. . .
Pahlen, si. ...
Sweeney. 3b. . .
Orahnm, c. . . .
Hannlfsn, 2b. .
Tuckey, p
Totals
Cote, rf
Flfpntrlck, 2b.
Swnnder, If 2
Nlchol, rf.... 4
Brinkle, 3b 4
.Schltioel, c 4
Campion, ss 3
Fast man, p 4
pitched a beautiful game befnre his 1 o'Hagnn, lb 3
poor heave and would easily have won
out had he taken his time In his throw
for the locals made a brave attempt to
win out and managed to score another
tally In their half of the ninth. Sim
mons was on deck and singled to cen
ter and took Rocond on K'Mschman's
out and scored on Ed. Havel's tlmoly
single. The summary:
SprlnRdclrt,
ab
Maggert, rf. .
Hirst, c
Stankard, 2b.
Rising, rf. ..
Wall, cf
Yale, lb
MnAndrews .
Burns. Sb. ...
Lnby, p
r ab po
112
0
1
0
1
1
0
1
0
Totals 32
New Ilnven,
ab
Connell, c 4
Herbst, rf 3
Zacher, cf '. 3
Sherwood, 8b 3
Simmons, rf. ........ 4
Relsohmnn, lb 3
Havel, 2b 8
Forgue, ss 4
Paige. V 3
8 6
3
27 13
r ab po
0 0 8
1
0
1
2
0
2
0
0
1
2
0
1
10
i
2
1
bh. po.
1 1
Totals 33
Merlilen.
ab.
9 27 8 1
r.
Soffel, 2b 3 1
Wade, If 4 0
Golden, cf 3 0
I Finn, rf 4 0
Johnson, lb 3 0
Murphy, ss ... 3 0
Barbour, 3b 4 0
Roberge, c 2 0
Mansfield, p 3 1
Bridges 1 0
Totals
Score by Innings
Springfield 0 0 0 0
.30 2 6 27 17 4
0 0 n
1
23
New Ilnven 10000000 1 -2
Sacrifice hits: ITecbst, Zacher, Relsr-h-man.
Stolen bases, Herbst. First base
on errors, -New Haven, X. Two-basa
hits: Maggert, Khorwood, Herbst.
Double plnys: Connell to Relschmnn lo
Connell: Stankard to Bitr'ns to Yale.
Hits: Off Paige, 8; off Lnby, 6. Struck
out: By Paige, 7; by Ln'hy, 6. rinses
on Balls: By Lnby, 1. Hit. by pitched
ball: Sherwood, Paige, Zacher. Pass
ed balls; Connell, 2; Hirst, 1,' Left on
bases: Springfield, S; New Ilnven, il.
Time of game: 2:05. Umpire, Finn. At
tendance, 1.8)0.
bh.
1
3
0
0
2
0
1
0
1
0
po.
2
0
3
2
13
1
1
3
2
0
0
Pittsburg. . Sept. 4 Pittsburg and
Chicago met here to-day In the first
of the four game scries of the battle
for second place In the race for the
National league pennant, the home
team winning by a score of 1 to 0 In
I the tenth Inning of what proved to be
the most exciting game played at Ex
poaltlon Park for a long time.
Neither side was able, to score dur
ing the nine Innings, and at that lime
both were equal In tho number of hits
secdred. The game was a ' pitchers'
battle, Brown having the better of the
argument for the first four Innlngi,
Willis being wild" and giving five hoses
on balls during that period. How
ever, Willis steadied In the fifth and
Was Invincible during the rest of the
game.
In the tenth Inning, Chicago was
ertlred In order. Clarke, the first
man up for the home team, singled
past Stelnfeldt. Leach advanced him
to second by a sacrifice, and Wagner
sent him to third on a single to cen
ter. Clarke might have scored, but
was stopped at third by the coach. Lewis, s
sc.hulte threw to Kvers who made a
wild throw to the home plat, Wagner
going to second, Clarke remaining on
third. Abbaticchlo Btruck out, but
Wilson singled to center field, Clarke
scoring the winning run.
The visitors had several opportuni
ties' to score In the first jtart of the
game, but fast playing on the part of
the home team prevented a score be
ing made. The home team was retir
ed In one-two-three order In every In
ning but the fourth and tenth. . After
the fourth Inning, Wll.'ls settled down
and was Invincible with men on
bases. Score:
THIRD BERTH FOR MINSTRELS.
Hnnna's Company Captures Double
Header from Park Oily Xlue.
.New Britain, Conn., Sept, 4. New
Britain won a double-header here to
day from Bridgeport, 4 to 2 and 3 to
2. Score:
(First Game.)
New Britain.
Waterman, rf
Marsans, If ...
Almeida, 3b ..
MeCahe, cf ...
Bunynn, lb
Cabrera-, ss
Rullnnge, c
Brown, p ..
Totals 28
Rogers, 2b ..
Beaumont, c
ab r bh po a e
4 0 0 3 0 0
3 112 0 0
.411011
4 12 10 0
2 0 1 2 5 0
, 3 0 0 12 0 0
,3 0 0 2 2 0
.3 1 1 5 1.0
,2 0 0 0 2 0
,28 4 6 27 11 1
report.
u'o r bh po a e
.4 0 1 3 1 0
.4 0 0 4 0 0
Totals , ... 30 2 8 27 18 2
Batted for Johnson In ninth.
Score by Innings:
Waterbury .,..0 2 1 00000 03
Merlden 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 02
v Two base hits, O'Hagan, Snffel,
Golden, Murphy; first base, on balls,
olT Eastman 1, off Mansfield 2; struck
out, by Eastman 3, by Mansfield 8;
left on bases, Merlden 5, Waterbury
7; double plnys, Eastman and
O'Hagan, Fltzpatrlck and O'Hagan,
Mansfield and Johnson; first base on
errors, Waterbury 1, 'Merlden 7. Time,
1:14,-. Umpire, Mnlone.
ritehes Siieresfu1 Gaino Against Ue
' 'Trolley' Dodgers.'
Brooklyn. N. T Sept. 4. Boston
opened up the series with a 8 to 2 vic
tory. Although both sides played good
ball, the Iocs! team was a bit unfor
tunate. Had It not been for the fine
work of Sweeney at third base, for the
visitors, there Is no telling how long
the contest mlfrht have lasted: Score:
nonioti.
ab
r bh po
000
0
1
0
0
0
2
2
1
0
0
2
0
14
0
2
8
4
0
Totals 32 2 7 24 1', 2
Batted for Wllletts In eighth.
Batted for Coughlln In ninth.
Score by Innings:
St. Louis 20000110 t-4
Detroit 10000001 02
. Two-base hits, Heldrlck. Williams,
T. Jones, Wallace, D. Jones, Mcln
tyre; hits, off Wllletts 11 In 7 Innings,
oft Summers 0 In 1 Inning; sacrifice
hits, Schweitzer 2, Stephens, Wallace,
Crawford, Schaefer; double, playi,
Schaefer, Downs , and Rossman; loft
on bases, St. LouIb 9, Detroit 6;,- first
on balls, off Wllletts 3; struck out. l y
Powell 3, by Wllletts 8; time, 1:38;
umpires, Hurst and O'Loughlin.
While. Sox by Smearing Naps Get
Within Two Games of Leaders.
Chicago, Sept. 4. The White Socks
put themselves wljhln two, games of
the American league leaders by defeat
ing Cleveland, 8 to 2, In 11 Innings to
day, Whlta outpltehed Chech slightly
but the letter's brilliant fielding pulled
him out of several holes. Tannehlll's
two bagger with two out, ended the
struggle. Parent and Lajole collided
at first In the seventh, both being badly
shaken up. The score:
Chicago.
. v .. .ab
Hahn, rf. ........... 4
Jones, ef. 4
Dougherty, If. 6
Isbell, lb 6
Davis, 21) 4
. 1
Parent, ss,
Sullivan, c
Anderson,-......
Tannehlll, 8b. ....
White, p., .......
r bh po
u u
3 2
8 0
2 12
0 6
0 0
1 10
0 0
1 .1
0 2
Totals
Batted for Sullivan In 11th.
Cleveland.
ab
Goods, If , .. 4
Hlnchman, If. 1
Bradley, 8b 6
Flick, rf. 4
Lajote, 2b.. 6
Stovall, lb .....SB
Bemls. c. 4
Birmingham, cf .4
Perrlng, ss. 4
87 2 9 83 17 1
Chech, p 2
r bh po
0 2 2
0 0
0 3
1 1
2 8
1 16
0 2
0- 8
1 1
.0 8
..88 2 7 82 18 J
winning run was
ALLOWED ONE HIT.
Rureh. r.
33
rirooklj-n.
. ab
4
8 47 15 n
Pittsburg.
ab r bh po a e
Shannon, cf 4 0 11 0 0
Clarke, If. .' 4 1 1 3 0 0
Leach. 3b 3 0 0 2 1 1
Wagner, ss ; . 4 0 2 3 1 0
Gill, lb 3 0 1 12 0 0
Abbaticchlo, 2b. .. 4 0 1 2 2 0
Wilson, rf 4 0 1 2 0 0
Gibson, c. ,.1 2 0 0 0 3 0'
Storke 1.0 0 0 0 0
Phelps, e. ........ 0 0 0 0 0,0
Willis, p . .3 0 0 0 4 0
Totals 32 1 7 30 10 1
McMillan, cf. .'..'..... 4
Ifummell. If. ; .; 4 0
Jordan, lb ,4 0
Alperman. 2b 3 0
4 1
Sheehnn. 3b 3 1
Terpen, e 3 )
Mclntyre, p 3 0
r bh po
0 0 a
0 2
0 . 0
2
0
1
2
1
1
0
1
13
1
2
0
8
27,
Totals 482 2 9 27 13 1
Sore bv Innings:
Pnston 4 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 08
Brooklyn 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 J
Two base hit, Sweeney, Three base
hit. Sheehnn. Sacrifice hits, Beaumont,
Alperman. Stolen base, Sheehan. Dou
ble plavs, Iiahlen. Hannlfan and Me.
Gtinn; Sweeney (unassisted); Hannlfan
end MeOnnn. Left on bases, Ronton 5:
Brooklyn 5. First base on balls., off
Mclntyre 1: off Tuckey 1. First bas
on errors, Boston . Struck out, by
Tuckey 3; by Mclntyre 4. Wild pitch,
Tuckey, Time, 1:3). , Umpire, Johnstone.
Chicago.
CAPITAL CITY NINE LOSE.
Rerelve Whitewash from Paper
vtelglits Casey ntid Connery Fined.
Holyoke, Mass., Sept. 4. Holyoke
won from Hartford today, 1 to 0. Casey
wuh fined 85 for disputing the umpire
and Dowd and Connery were taken oft
the coaching line and the latter fined
$5. Score:
HolyolM?.
nb r bh
4 1 1
Dolnn, cf ...
Boucher, ss
Perkins, 3b
Burke; rf ..
Massey, lb
Hambacher,
Scanlon, 2b
Ahearn, c ..
Slndler, p ,,
po
2
2
0
0
12
2
ab r . bh po a e
Slagle, rf . . . 5 0 1 1 0 0
Sheckard, If 3 0 0 1 0 0
Chance, lb. 4 0 0 8 2 0
Evers. 2b 2 0 0 2 4 1
Rtelnfeldt, 3b. ., , . . 4 0 0 1 1 0
Schulto, rf. 4 0 1 4 0 0
Tinker, ss. 3 0 1 4 4 0
Kllng; c. 2 0 0 8 1 ,2
Brown, p. 4 0 1 2 1 0
Totals 31 0 4 x2l) 13 3
Totals 25 1 5 27 15 4
Hnrirord.
ab r bh po a e
Cobb, rf 4 0 1 4 0 0
Fallon, If 4 0 1 0 0 0
Gardner, 2b 4 0 1 3 2 0
Connery, lb 4 0 0 5 0 0
Noyes, 3b 3 0 0 12 0
Yancey, cf ..3 0 0 0 0 0
Justice, bs 3 0 1 0 2 0
Casev. c 3 0 1 8 . 10
Batted for' Olhson In ninth.
xTwo out when winning run scored.
Score by Innings:
Pittsburg .. 000000000 11
Chicago .... 0000000 00 00
Two-bnseh It, Tinker; sacrifice hits,
Leach, Sheckard, Kllng; stolen bases,
Shannon, Chance and Stelnfelrlt; dou
ble play, Tinker and Chance; left on
bases, Pittsburg 4, Chicago 9; first
base on balls, off Willis 6; first tiase
on errors, Chicago 1; hit by pitcher,
Gill, by Brown;' struck out, by Brown
4, by Willis 4; time, 1:50; umpire,
O'Day.
GIANTS STILL WIN.
Easily Take Game from Quakers
Wlltse Has Terfeot Control.
Philadelphia,' Sept.. 4. The Phlladel
phla National leaguers who still enter
tain . hopes of winning the pennant were
defeated by New York today without
much trouble before a large crowd
The visitors hit Sparks' curves all' over
the field, scoring two runs on four hits
In the first Inning and McCormlck fol
lowing with a single and Brldwell with
a t.rlnle in the second. Then Moren took
INHAILINGDISTANCE
Jennings' Tigers' Continual De-
feats Finally Bring Browns
a Close Second.
LEADERS LOSE TO ST. LOUIS
White Sot Advance by Downing-Xnps
Red Legs Win Double-IIender
Yanks Shut Out.
AMERICAN I.F.AGVR STANDING.
W.
Detroit '. 70
St. Ivouls ' AD
Chief, go 6!)
Cleveland 67
Philadelphia 80
Boston 89
Washington 51
New York ............ 4u
L.
50
63
53
5fl
61
H4
(17
82
P.C.
.6S3
.BTtl
.Bfift
.515
.4M
.40
,4fl?
,323
Arellanc Also PertnIM Only One Man
to Reach First, Puritans Take Two.
Boston, Sept. 4. Boston won two
games from Philadelphia to-day, the
first 7 to 1. snd the second 10' to 1.
Boston baited Dygert hard In the first,
while Young was very effective. In
the second game Vlckers wss knock
ed out of the box In two Innings and
Salve also. 'was hit hard. Arellares
held the visitors to one hit, Nichols'
home run, and allowed but "one other
man to reach first base. Running
catches by Oldrlng and Seybold were
features. Scores:
(First Game.) '
Boston.
, ' .' . ab. r. bh. po, a. e
McCorinell, 2b.. .. 4 1 1 3 6 0
Lord, 3b 4 12 0 11
Cravath, If . 4 0 0 1 0 0
Ge?sler, rf 3 . 1 1 1 0 0
Stahl, lb..' '. 3. 3 2 11 1 0
Wagner, ss....1...: 2 O.' O '4!, 2 . 1
Sullivan, cf.;.;.. 4 0 0 2 1 0 0
Crlger, C 4 1 3 5 0 1
Young, p.. 4 0 1 0 2 0
Totals
Hartsel, If 4
Oldrlng, cf 4
Barry, 2b 3
Mjirphy, rf. ...... 3
Seybold, rf . . ,
Davis, lb...,
Manush, 3b. .
Nichols, ss. . .
Blue, c
Dygert, p....
Barr
.....32 7
Philadelphia,
ab. r
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
10 27 12 3
bh. po. a. e
0
0
0
0
.0
0
0
0
0
0
0
' Totals 35, 1 6 24 90
Batted for Dygert in ninth.
Score by Innings: I -t
Boston 0 2 0 1 2 0 2 0 7
Philadelphia ..00010000 01
Two base hits, Lord, Crlger, Old
ring, Gessler; three base hit, Stahl;
sacrifice hits, Wagner 2, Barry; stolen
base, McConnell; left on bases, Phila
delphia 8, Boston 8; first base on balls,
off Dygert 3; first base on errors,
Philadelphia 2; hit by pitcher, by Dy
gert, Lord, McConnell; struck out, by
Dygert 6, by Young 5. Time, 1:45.
Umpire, Connolly. .
(Second Game.) - ,
Score by Innings: R. H. E
Boston 32013010 10 18 0
Phlladelp'la 00000100 0 1 1' 1
Batteries Arellanes and Donahue
for Boston, Vickers, Salve and Schreck
for Philadelphia. Umpire, Connolly;
REPEATS WHITEWASH.
OAME8 TO-HAY.
Washington at New York.
, Cleveland at Chicago,
Philadelphia at Boston.' , , . "
Detroit at St. Louis, '
St. Louis, Mo., Sept. 4. By defeat
ing Detroit four to two this afternoon
St. Louis drew near first place In the
American league pennant race and
now but a game and a half separate
the locals from Detroit which still
holds first place. The percentages
stand: Detroit, .583; St. Louis, .570.
Wllletts, the Detroit pitcher, was In
effective. He was hit hard from 'the
start, three hits In the first Inning
giving St. Louis two runs after Detroit
had opened with one1 win on a single
by Mclntyre, Schaefer's sacliflce and
Cobb's single.
After the first Inning, Detroit was
unable to do anything until the eighth,
when doubles by D. Jones and Mc
lntyre and a long sacrifice fly by
Crawford scored another run. In. tha
e,lghth Wllletts gave way to Summers.
St. Louis hit in bunches.. Stone led
off with a single and Schweitzer sac
rificed and Heldrlck doubled to tho
young Johnson of Senators Blanks
Yanks for Second Time.
New York, Sept, 4. Today's game be
tween the Washington and New York
teams resulted in a shutout for the lo
cals. Walter Johnson, the young twlrl
er from Washington, duplicated his
shutout when he pitched against the
New Yorks about
score:
Totals
Two out when
made. ;
The score by Innings: '
Chicago ....... 3 020000000 1 S
Cleveland .......2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ij
Two-base hits: Stovell. Isbell, Tan-
nehlll. Sacrifice hits: Sullivan, Jones,
Tannchlll, Chech, Parent. Stolen bases:
Dougherty, Isbell. Double plays: Is
bell to . Parent; Lajole to Perrlng, to
Stovall; Parent, to Davis, to Isbell;
Chech to Stovall. Left on bases: Chi
cago, 9; Cleveland, 6. First base on
cans: un wnite, z; on Chech, 3. Fin
on errors: (.ntcago, z; Cleveland
Struck out: By White. 7; by Chech
Wild , pitch, .White. Time, 2:00. Um
pires, Egan and Sheridan.
'
NEW ENGLAND LEAGUE. j
At Lynn New Bedford 7; Lynn 2.
At Worcester (First game) Worces
ter 7, Lowell 3; (second game) worces-'
ter 2, Lowell, 1. , , i , ; . , i '
At , Lawrence Haverhill 'i, Law
rence 1. .-:
At Brockton Brockton 8, Fall River
7; (10 Innings.) , ; ,
, ; EASTERN LEAGUE.
At Providence Providence 8; BaltU
more 7, (10 innings.)
, At Montreal Montreal;' Buffalo ' t.k
At Toronto Toronto 4, Rochester 4;;
(called end Uth Inning, darkness.),
EASTSIDES AND GLINTS.
Colored Nine to Play Sunday and
Annex Team Monday,
At the Lexington avenue grounds
Sunday and Monday will . be played
two splendid games of ball. Manager
Clark of the Eastsldes has secured as
opponents the famous National Giants,
who are carded as the best amateur
bunch of colored ball tossers In the
state. The game will be called at 3
o'clock. .Labor day at 10 o'clock the
Annex team and the East Sides will
fight It out for the cltv championship.
It Is hoped that the fans will turn out
In large numbers to both games and;
show their appreciation of the spendld
efforts being put forth to sttmulntu
amateur ball of a high class In this
city. ... ........ ,
BASEBALL TO-DAY
WATERBURY vs. NEW HAVEN
t Savin Rock grounds. ,
, Game Called at 8:M. '
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ab r bh po a e
Pickering, cf 3 1 1 r 0 0
Ganley, If 8 0 1 3 0 0
Unglaub, 3b 4 0 0 1 6 0
Delehanty, 2b 3 1 1 2 2 0
Clymer, rf 3 0 0 0 0 0
Freeman, lb 4-0 0 14 0-0
McBrlde, ss 3 1 1 1 6 0
Street, o 3 0 0 5 1 0
Johnson, p ......... 3 ,0 1 0 1 0
Totals 29 3 5 27 15 0
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ab r bh po a e
Conroy, 3b 4 0 2 0 2 0
Mcllveen, rf 4 0,1,10.0
Laporte, 2b 4 0 0 2 1 0
Hemphill, cf t 4 0.1 6 0 0
Morlarty, lb 4 0 0 7 1 0
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Klenow, c .......... 2 0 1 3 3 0
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