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MONDAY, AUGUST 15, M.
OTTAWA FREE TRADER- JOlTRNAL. PAGE THAU - ' 1 .ii.i. , , FOSTER'S AMERICAN GIANTS TO PLAY CUBS THURSDAY CUBS DEFEAT FAST ARMOUR OUTFIT IN M BATTLE, 6-4 i.i.ii; jfllMV AND MATES NEARLY HROW OAMH AWAY IN FINAL FRAME. QF YESTERDAY'S BAT TLE WITH FA3T ARMOUR TEA.' LYNCH WAY OFF FORM AGAIN .TlUi The Ottawa Cttba defeated the Kt nour VvrlbMtv, reprei nfl Piano, ill. yesterday afternoon al the North Sid.- lot In u ClOM nam". 8 1,1 nearly Ion) Hi'' it -Mm- tkWBMlVM In r i ninth Inning when Jimmy Lynch lit'U two nu n, lilt one, ami Pndernl nceond lni.se made an error. I III failure of Hi" ii iihiK aggregation id Vet one little lilt in that IntiliiK With thee men " huftPfl and Ul6 I nt..i in . ti to i in favor of the locals no doniii won iin' same Ottawa. A hit would have C( I at I' I iillih, and the pcore eOttld lea I been tied I'iteher Jimmy Way off form and cause, of the run T two i.ynch wag awn walked and wiiui" roth cracked a lon double, acorlni siiehiou and Bmykol Padartil then implied out to shortstop. in tha following name i in", ictired another ryn, MuskIcs filed out to i enter Held. v. hlle Itoth Lulled on II I i pin for a double, Brundage followed I with a tingle, ICOrinl Loth, wlill,' Kuti hit into a dottbla play, rstiflnj me side, in the eighth Inning Km ' Rrti up. ifhgled siieidori doubled Hmykai riled ottl to rlghl Held, while I. wcii K4r?ffled t ntp, .scoring KUtl Wllmi i'otli lllell 'out to Center field, nlMi OutHdn ol Lvnch'i. wlldnesM yoster . day and fade r I'm '. rrors the ' Cub pljiycd gpdd 1)4(1 HinyUal at short' t"ii pet id rii i. i i-xeapiloQally w kind ha ad) won himself the repul i I ilop of hinu the fates! giflelder ovr i" pgi foi .n mi blic local djuinoml N i terdav Sniykal speari ,1 one of Rotas throws at the second I act caught a man stealing, The catch was Juut an pretty iih any ever pulled In tin big leagues, Bmykal mude them ail look had ycHterdny and Hoemed to pig) rings around any othi r player on the diamond Prundafl . at third, al mi played a gOOd game despite the fact that hi' made one error. ItrumluKc In tha third Inning laved the locals from hat tllng against another Veribeai run. Maehr Cracked a long drive over vu tncroth'a head in rlKhl III Id for three ba oa Iii an aid mpt to reach home How They Stand NATIONAL LEAGUE. W Pittsburgh 7u New York (17 Hoxton Ill Bfookayg SI Louie M t'luclnaipll . l!i ('hjeirgnji .1 i 44 PhtlAmfphiu1 i. M 41 4r, 54 54 M P Pet. HIS 104 .'.7 a ,UI ,UI .141 .1.404 1.301 Vttterdsy's Rtsufu. PiUabJirgki i; BMoago, 0 New Yuri,, h. rhfl.idl'iplin., IP. i.m. :. iirw.kfyii. -1 ' ' 1 Cincinnati: f.. st Lfula, i Games Today. I'hlhtdelphla gl New York. AMERICAN LEAGUE. ANNUAL VALLEY GOLF TOURNEY TO BE HELD AT LA SALLE Now York . . Cleveland Waahlngton Si Louis Boatou Detroit Clcago Philadelphia lllll' team iHour In each Innfng ihi.t the Ar club scored Lynda walked at Inn t two men. and til. tfere the on." scored, or opurne, 09 hit by following busmen. Had 11 not been for tin walks Plono'a team might never have scon d. Veaterda afternoon Lynch lawn-red bin lint of tiajeH on hall- (ran eevell of last week In se u NOVBI ticless, h" I led bard to eiiiul Ini fjvmar record b) hitting thn Artnoui Stamen, besides walking Iho seven 'Pie local a. 01 latiou can con.iider theuiselv. i very Im k that they .son the battle with the piano outfit, In the ninth Inning, with the BCoro standing tl to 1 In favor of the Cuba, bhby was first man up and . no ceded Itr reaching flrnl throned an i rror on the part of PoderOl i.t fM Ct nd hase Holey batted for Voung in Lhla Inning ajd eraeked a sinc.h over Brat, scor ihe Luby. Wile filed il to drat, while rloUnee and Maehr both followed with vyttlks by Lynch. Slunahan. next up. m the victim of one of Lyn h's "go tirst base luill.i " The spin re struck M In the ihOUldcr and lloley was tet'ced to score. 1th the liases lull and only on. out the vinitln clul. oily needed one little hit to tie th" more. Luckily, the locals BUCCOMtti IbT retiring the side with th tliree men on VVitn st. a k out and Over iftt y. r popped a little fly to BrM ha Snch pitched worao in winning yea ttrday's game than he did ia 1 Inj t.WO or three of the other i;umc; of the season. .Cy Young started out in real fash ion and it looked as tnougn n.' wa ffiing to rive the lee us a tough i attle, in the fourth Inning Mugglt i cracl Bd ico with a shnrp single o. r .'" hase, and tin r .-nil of the inning dfea four run: scored hy the locals Young hh w no comphtidy rtpd his ipitter" waa walloped almoat to Jath. Am the result ol tn gantc Yount lost hi lieith on th" Armom team, as tnembra of the assoclction Informed the lil; pltChT that lit BerV tees wire no Itnger rciuin d. ;Tlic Veribeata were th,- first to feore when they made a run in the first Inning. The first two men up were walked by Lynch. iMaohr, llrt ttjiseman, succeeded in reaching BMl throiiKh an error by Lynch. Shana (iw then pod I a high urn to center lldbl, Just past lecopd hase Sl."i 'on came in on it anil droppi d the pill, pile Wile scon il Sin Idon, neve: fljelesa, caught Holmes going to third tvenni yer was thrown out ;.t second. 'in the fourth Inning, alter two nits had been made. Lynch walked Oyer meyer, who stole second. Miller fol lowed with a hoi atngle, ucring Over meyer Luby mm Kit on the sbouJ der, wdiile young stunk out. Piano's mrnainwa tun inns were made in tit lit I. innlnu'. ;Tbe locils i.eored He ir lirst run In tfio fourth frame, of the game, Mufti gles, first man up, slHil. d tl,,. ball roll log when he cracked a. single over xerond base, (loth followed, Willi a walk, while llnindage Sacrificed, Kutz slammed one to second use, hut the ball wan ipiickly pegged to Catcher Luby ill time to catch Maggies sliding ifl. Sheldon single t, scoring Roth, While Sniykal singled, scoring Kutz. and make it a i in . lit diive be ;e i' i put out Wiimeioth relayed the pin ! to MUgglea, who immediately pegg' .'. i.urh was again I to the Infield. The ball alighted m la- no doubt whs the, way between Dm plteher's box unii BOOred b) Planoi lionni plate Maehr was alinuM at Yeoterday's w , till lis on r.4 fill 11 47 il Heaults. L 40 1 r.:i r.4 r7 o il 7'.l I'd. ,l ,111 .r.r.i ".nil .4117 IM .481 .813 home plate .'.hen Ilriltidage plekel the hall up on the run, olio handed, and toHul it to Hoth In time to eateh the' runner. 4 Sevi ral other KetiNutlonal playi 1 wee- made hy the lo.als, which made! tho battle look halfway decent. Pitcher Ifmhg was alamnMd for eleven lilts He wulkiil two men and bit one. He b id one wild pitch and Btrack out one man. Lynch, I .-sides walking seven and. Lilting tbraej i. tilv allowed live hit. Hc Ktrtick out rleveu men. Follow 1 ittg is Hie score: Ottawa Cubs. All It II I'd VVUmeroth, rf ; o 2 0 Paderni, lb 4 0 Chicago, I; Cleveland. 1. HoaXpn, z . Washington, u si. Uiiiis, 7; Detroit, No oiiu-r games scheduled, Gamea Today. Chicago at Cleveland New York at Philadelphia Detroit at St. Louis. Miii.,:. s. Row, c . Urundage, Kutz, lb . Sheldon, If Sniykal, ss Lynch, p . cf lib Total Armour Wile, rf Ilelmee, ss . . Maehr. lb . ... Slnuiahau, cf Wltrey, lib .. . Overtneyer. 8b Mil It r, If L.eby, e i Young, p .... 'Holey . . :: i 2 ..411 , . . 2 (I 1 . .117 6 11 Veribests. AH. It. II. 1 0 12 1 9 1 3 0 E. d 1 II G 1 .Li ss, iake (lea Hi PO. 1 i 8 4 I 1 0 0 A. E. Young in ninth. . . .1 o o i 'o o n o . . . .0 0 0 4 1 6 0 1 2-4 way ho was running a hunt crabbing with Hie urtnpa at every decision they offered. Had il been In some towns they would have pavrjad him out on the first train in a wooden kimona. o Lynch evidently In going to make it his baBlneaa to walk a certain num ber of men in tho future. He sure 'looked good'' yesterday. Probably it is a lucky thing lor dim that Dunn hasn't another pitcher besides Third Basemen Hrundage. Charley Roth is getting back Into his old form al right. Yesterday he poled one clear out to the race track, but only got two bases on it. Roth can't travel around the bags the way lie used to. 0 Kutz got the first bit of the game in the seeond inning yesterday, but was unable to score. Fans seem to he united in the opin ion that Rich gave Lynch a bad deal in the lost inning in passing two bat ters. Any umpire is apt to call had ones once in u while, but the "every Sundays" are beginning to dislike Rich. Streator tans Del Heavily on Piano. Total 3d 4 5 24 8 'Batted ior VerlbMta . . Cubs ... stolrn basi Overmeyar. Sacrifice hits-Holmes, Hrundage Sacrifice fly Lynch. Two base Kit! - Roth, Shel don. Three-base hit--Maehr Double play- 'Young to Holmes to Maehr. Struck out Hy Young, 2; by Lyncn. II. Baaea on balls--Off Lynch, 7; oil Voung. 2. Wild pitch Young, Hit halsnn n Lul y, Wile, Shanahan, Shel don. Umpires- Rich and Preston. Notes of the Game. il is a dead Clinch that, some of tho j venturesome baseball fans of Ottawa who placed their money at odds that Ottawa would win, were the victims of norvbu.s prostration in the ninth! inning yesterday. There was a whole flock of yogels i from Streator al the game yesterday who lost a horde or money to Ottawa ! bettor The same team that per formed here yesterday played the Streator Rods several weeks ago and won the game 1 to 0. Evidently the gentlemen from llardscrabble don't like the local team and would like to see them lose. Q I'iteher Young at. Ihe present lime' is out ol' a job. I'rohably he will get one with some other teatn just about, as "good" as the Armour Veribests. o Second baseman Overtneyer of tke Piano outfit, was lucky he didn't get kicked out of the park yesterday the In Outfielders 'Prefry and Ramsey, who top AuguMn's batting order, the Tigers claim the two fastest runners In the league. Tlie are also smqng Ihe basi hit.' runners In the Sally leu true. La Salle. Ill , Aug IT, (ieorge L. Ritbbie, professional at the otr 1'ark country club, and his corps of aH.ilst unts are combing out every stray blade of grass in the local course In braparutlon rrr the annotfl Illinois rallej lournaimehl which win he lu-id bore next Wednesday and Tbuts aj Collets from La Salle. Peru, Otta wa. Morris, Marseilles, Streator and inn et, ,1, win participate in ihe two uys play. A qualifying round of eighteen holes will he played next Wednesday morn ing and the medal scores will deter mine the number of flights. Eight Blayei will he allotted to th" various flights. The tOUntey was held al ihe conn tj at la i year during; the last Week Of .Itllie When MfM of plliV ers from the vulley participated In thai tournament O M Benson and A. i Wilson were among the flight win ners. Tho He. r Park blub was a lected for ihe 1121 play al an adjourned seealOfl ol tie- association. vVayna Hummer, president, ami J. i-' cabin, secretary, aru ex ofltcio heads of th.- valley tournament. The IM$ selection will be made at Hie annual meeting of the organiza tion, to he held at a p. Ill Wedllie day ul the Deer J'ark cluh. I'lay for the president's cup lit i i". r Park is narrowing down, ami an other fort night will bring iho com pel it Ion . lose to a decision William Mason Jr., the fifteen year old golfer. Is cunt liming his good Work on the links and is regarded as a likely candidate for the finals. He recently defeated w B. Kited, one of i recently defeeated w. K. Kited, one of the veterans of the game, who baa put many a strong hope Into the dis card O. M. Benaoo. scratch man, came through with (lying color this week, when he nave Dr. II. C. Hurt a de feat. MAYBE HE USED A unnnrai dai i xnn VVUUUQIM DM LL IUU A couple of Ottawa fans journeyed to Aurora yesterday to see Mr. Tohi ;s Sloan, who. according to sport writers from the "City of Lights." is the greatest in the world, having won eight games straight Yesterday his victims weii! the Hartford Giants, a huncd of colored players who are In the poor grade of amateur class and the famOUS pitcher had another pic-1 nie and over &MK) fans (at seventy cents a head) cheered their loudest, for the Aurora pitching hero. In tho second Inning Aurora drove in twelve runs. Sloan, who is a trick pitcher carries a supply of resin in his hip pocket, a sheet of emery paper in his j glove, a big cud of slippery elm in ' his mouth and has one side of his j uniform hlack from the parlfine pad underneath. When he leaves the dia mond be drops the ball In the box and the opposing pitcher picks it up, looks at it and tosses In to the Au rora players' dugout, but Sloan al ways appears with il when he takes th mound fine he grts away with it and Aurora apparently likes it. Rv HECK ll , ' u What bus become of all those finds of Ihe year, whose monikers were paraded Inlype lust April V Have they been iitet tignln? Dode Paskcit, playing with Kansas Clly under n fat holms, doe not Hud the going so easy and bus begun to club at umpires as an alibi Charleston, slnca Lurry Cheney took the management, bus combined to go great guns, it run up 14 straight wins hefore a halt whs culled. Qolf Is said to keep many men young, but It glao makes some feel older. lAs Moines wants the 1828 Brand American Trapahootlng tournament, vYhen the seconds full to throw up the sponge In time, the groggy gladia tor catches it. Johnny Wilson, middleweight cham pion uf the world. Is willing tu tuke on Ueorges Cerpentler, Albert M. Harron, former PetNP Slate foul hall playvr, w ill coach the M. A. C. foothill I team next full, Jess Wlllard sn.vs he has been lead lug u simple lite and is now ready to meet Jack Dempsev again. E. M. Daniel wf Lyiiehhiirg enrrlfd off the amateur turget championship til Virginia, breaking 198 out or BOO. Those Interested In school athletics in China have set in motion plans tu organise a Chinese amateur athlete union, The Juekey club of New York bus withdrawn from Frederick Jobnsuu the privilege uf entering big horses In the Empire City meeting. lames Roke. trainer of the H. P, Whitney horses, has offered to race Tryster uguliisl the Derby winner, He- have Yourself, for $?m) a side. Some day John Ray Is going to feel Just right, arid ull the coudltluns will exactly suit him. Then watch the old world's record In the one-mile run drop. Audacious, the horse that won the Suburban and Carter handicaps this year, will leave the track at the end of (he present season and enter upon a si ud career, A new athletic studluru is planned for West Virginia university. Tlie field will bo 400 feet wide and 700 feel long, containing two gridirons, a base ball Held and tennis courts. TRIO BARRED FROM FURTHER BOXING si Paul, Minn., Aug ir, The itate boxing commission has announced th" suspension of Hubby Ward, Sam ir. j Terrln, and Jock iMalOne, B4 Paul I boxers, for an Indefinite peiiod Ma. lone Is In Jail here in COIrneCtloa wlih ' Ihe alleged theft of all uut.unohilo. I The commission baited him. in Minne sota until the charge trg disposed of. Terrln is suspended because ai rested a week ago on an automobile (heft charge Ward's suspen ion WUi at the request al" the Montana com mission, which aUajmndhd hhp for nine months In connection with a re rent hout GEORGES TO FIGHT TOM NEXT JANUAfif Boulogne, Prance, Aug. la (ieor ges Carpentier will bid farewell to the llghl game after he meets Tom Oibbons, the St Haul light heavy weight, In New York next January, M. Da scamps announced today. The manager said that Carpentier would fight an Egllsh hoxer, not yet designated, In London some time in October or November; then he will meet a French heavyweight, lu lrla, pi iv Ions t ' 'Hug Tom Othbonf for ihe light heavyweight championship of the world. Iiescainps professed the utmost confidence that Carpeatier would win all three mutches. Tl TEX TO PURCHASE CHICAGO COLISEUM New York. Aug. la Tex. RickArd leii today for Chicago, where he will meet lils partner, t.'hurlea -RliiMllng. and go Into the details of the propos ed purchase of the Coliseum, which may he transformed into a combina tion swimming pool and athletic are na much utter the siie r; Madtsoja Bquara Harden. It la uhderstoojl Rickurd Is also af i"i' buildings in Philadelphia ami lioe ton and that eventually he win em- brace Kansas City, Omaha, and other cities ill ii string of amiiseinent bou ' , extending from coaat to coast. Next Thursday aiiernoon Rube Kor ter's American Oienta of Chicago will perform here against the cutis al the north side lot, Poster's le.uil is considered the best colored oiitot in the country and they- are tough customers to battle with. WRIGLEYS as After Every Meal a Base Ball Ottawa Fair Grounds :i8 American Giants vs Ottawa Cubs No raise in price ADMISSION 50c WAR TAX 5c Including Grandstand The American Giants are the world's best colored team. 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