Lebarron at Winnipeg

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Lebarron at Winnipeg - FIRST DEFEAT Champion Maroons Whitewash...
FIRST DEFEAT Champion Maroons Whitewash Whitewash the Fargo Nine in Fast Game New Pitcher Tried Out hy Egan Looks to Have the Goods St. Paul, Miy 1. Siturday afternoon, afternoon, big "Duke" Wellington, a former former 81. l'oul boy who has been out on the Pacific const for three yeurs, reached town in time to don a baseball baseball uniform and assist Winnipeg in whitewashing the young men I row Fargo, who are to be chaperoned through the Northern league this season by Perry Werden. Wellington Wellington was long on speed and twisters, and the knowledge o fthe game he brought with him from tho coast Is sufficient to land him In a permanent permanent berth with the Winnipeg team If he wants It. Winnipeg went Into the game yesterday determined to get even for the defeat handed them bjr the Werden bunch the day before, and they succeeded admirably. admirably. At the end of the game the score boy had tacked up seven runs for the champions, while there was nothing but a row of cyphers for Fargo. It was a corking good game and the 300 loyal fans, who braved the dirt which is vto be fouud lu tho seats at tho down town park were well rewarded for their courage. courage. Not so many trousers were ruined yesterday, as most everyone brought a newsaper to be used as a cushion. Four hits was the best Fargo could get off Urecn and Wellington, while vhe Wliuiipegs found the Fargo Fargo pitchers for a total of ten. Kueh team is credited with an error, which was quite a change from the previous day's work, when the errors errors totaled eighteen. The score: Winnipeg II. P. A. E. Lebarron, cf a ;t 0 0 Annis, bs 1 ;t 3 O Dalqulst, rf 10 0 0 Kelley, 2b u 1 4 H O Claytor, lb - 11 O 0 Hille, 3n 0 0 10 Walsh, If 1 0 O Howard, c 0 4 1 1 Ureeh, p 0 0 1 0 Wei lngton, p 0, o 1 0 Totals. 0 27 15. 1 Fargo II P. A. E. Traeger, If ( 3 2 0 Rose, rf .'. O 0 1 O Werden, lbl O 8 0 O Lynch, lib . 1 4 l 0 Edwards, c 1 5 2 1 FtH'liicy. of 1 2 0 0 i!urro-vva, i!urro-vva, i!urro-vva, ss 0 0 2 0 Hirkey, 3b 110 0 Jiiffe, p O 0 2 0 Hall, p 0 0 1 0 Totals Winnipeg Fargo ... 4 24 lO 1 .01102111'- .01102111'- 7 .. ...OOOOOIXIOO 0 Two base hits, EJwards, D.il pitst ; wild pltchos, Wellington ; bases on balls, off Ureen off Wellington 2, oft Rifte 3, off Hall 2; hit by pitched ball, Annis, Lebarron, I)'il-qulst, I)'il-qulst, I)'il-qulst, Kelley, Rose; struck out, by Green 1, by Wellington 3, by ltafie 2, hy Hall 2 ; double plays, Kelley to Claytor, tKelley to Annis, Traeger Traeger to Werden ; stolen bases, Lebarron, Lebarron, Annis, Green, t'jsdlicey, II ck- ck- ey : Innings pitched, by Green Wellington 4, by Rifle 5, !t : time of giiine, 1J5 ; umpire, Bren-uun. BASEBALL Results of Saturday and Sunday Games in the Leagues SATURDAY'S GAMES. NATIONAL. At Pittsburg-Pittsburg Pittsburg-Pittsburg Pittsburg-Pittsburg 2, Ch'.ongo 3. Batteries Pbillipn anu Corrldon and Kllng. Umpire Johnston. At New York-New York-New York-New York 10, Boston 1. Batteries Mathewson, Warner; Carney, Fisher and Umpires Moran and Zimmer. AMERICAN. At Detroit-Detroit Detroit-Detroit Detroit-Detroit 3, Chicago 3. Batteries , Stovall and Flaherty and Sullivuu. O'Loughlln. At I'hlladelphia-New I'hlladelphia-New I'hlladelphia-New York 2, Philadelphia 6. Batteries Chesbro and Plank and Powers, Umpires Connolly and Carpenter. At Washington-Boston Washington-Boston Washington-Boston -V -V Washington 1. Batteries Winter, oung Farrell ; Jacobsou and Umpire Dwyer. At St. Louis St. Louis 1, Cincinnati 7. Batteries O'Neill and Kellum and Schlel. Umpire At Cleveland. Cleveland 1, St. Louis 7. Batteries "Bernard and Howell and Sugden. Sheridan and King. , EASTERN. At Baltimore Baltimoro 10, Toronto 5. At Providence-Providence Providence-Providence Providence-Providence H, Buffalo 7. COLLEGE GAMES. ' At Princeton-Princeton Princeton-Princeton Princeton-Princeton Cornell 1. At -Philadelphia-Yale -Philadelphia-Yale -Philadelphia-Yale -Philadelphia-Yale 1, Pennsylvania O. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. Indianapolis 1, St. Paul 4. Toledo 4, Kansas City 2. Louisville , Minneapolis 4. Columbus-Milwaukee; Columbus-Milwaukee; Columbus-Milwaukee; rain. SUNDAY GAMES. AMERICAN. At St. Louis St. Louis 0, Chicago 13. Batteries, Morgan, clever Sug-den : Altrork, Berry and umpire, O'Laughlin. NATIONAL. At Cliica go-Chicago go-Chicago go-Chicago 1. Pittsburg 3 . Batteries! Wclnier n.nd King: I-lcr and Smith; umpire, At St. Louis St. Jamm 4,. Cincinnati 3. Batteries : NLehels iukI Byers Ew-ing and Schlel; umpire, O'Day. EASTERN. At Newark-Newark Newark-Newark Newark-Newark 4,. Montreal 1. Batteries: Moriarity and Paip ilnuand Ikrran ; ump Adams and Egau. Time Attendance 8.CO0. At Bayonne Jersey City (5. Rochester At Provid (Mice-Buffalo (Mice-Buffalo (Mice-Buffalo 5, Providence 1, AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. Columbus-Milwaukee Columbus-Milwaukee Columbus-Milwaukee ; rain. Toledo 0, Kansas City 1. Louisville 2, Minneapolis 0. St. Paail-lnd.nnnpidiis Paail-lnd.nnnpidiis Paail-lnd.nnnpidiis ; no

Clipped from The Winnipeg Tribune02 May 1904, MonPage 6

The Winnipeg Tribune (Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada)02 May 1904, MonPage 6
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