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Ferguson. At Philadelohia R.H.E, Cincinnati ..1 000000010 1 - 3 12 1 Phila 0 020000000 02 7 3 Batteries Weimer and Scblel; Sparks ana Doom. At Brooklyn R.H.E St. Louis 0 1 2 0 3 0 1 0 07 8 1 Brooklyn 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 13 $ 4 oaumra Aayior ana uraay; scan Ion and Bergan. Umpire Johnstone. At Boston Boston vs. Pittsburg rain. STANDING OF THE CLUBS. Won. Lost. Chicago 34 15 Pittsburg . 2S 16 New York 28 IS Philadelphia 28 22 P.C. .694 .636 .609 .5t0 .449 .404 .380 .289 St. Louis 22 27 Brooklyn 1 28 Cincinnati 19 31 Boston 13 32 GAMES TODAY. Chicago at New York. St. Louis at Brooklyn. Pittsburg at Boston. Cincinnati at Philadelphia. AMERICAN LEAGUE. At St. Louis R.H.E. New Y'k 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 - 6 10 3 St. Louis. 0 011,01000100 0 - 4 9 4 Batteries Hahn and McGuire; Powell and Rickey. At Cleveland R.H.E. Boston 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 3 i Cleveland 1 0200010 x 4 7 0 Batteries Harris , and Armbruster; Joss and Clark. At Detroit R.H.E. Washington 0 0000100 01 9 3 Detroit 0 0040210 x 7 10 1 At Chicago Chicago vs. Philadelphia, rain. Batteries Patten and Kittridge; Donohue and Payne. STANDING OF THE CLUBS. Won. Lost. P.C. New York 27 16 .628 Cleveland 25 15 .625 Philadelphia 25 18 .581 Detroit 22 19 .537 St. Louis 24 21 .533 Chicago 19 21 .475 Washington 14 28 .333 Boston 13 21 .382 GAMES TODAY. New York at Chicago. Philadelphia at St. Louis. Boston at Detroit. Washington at Cleveland. OTHER GAMES TRI - STATE LEAGUE. At Willlamsport Lancaster, 7; Wil - llatnsport, 3. At Altoona Harrisburg, 5; Altoona, 2. At Johnstown York, 4; Johnstown, 3. EASTERN LEAGUE. At Newark Newark, 6; Rochester, 2. At Jersey City Jersey City, 6; Montreal, 2. At Baltimore Baltimore, 8; Buffalo, 2 At Providence Providence, 3; Toronto, 1. COLLEGE GAMES. At New Haven Fordham, 3; Holy Cross, 0. At Middletown Wesleyan, 3; Columbia, 0. At Medford Tufts - University of Pennsylvania, rain. BASE BALL NOTES. Troy again this afternoon. If the Pirates take the entire series from the Boston Nationals the Reimleo will have equaled the awful record made by the Americans ot tnat dy ..i the way of straight defeats. The RedleKS appear to feel perfectly at home In seventh place. Here's where Charley Kbbetts gets a chance to smile at Ned Hanlon's expense. Paul Radford and - King" Kelley nave been released by Manager Frank J. Leonard of Lynn. It is understood that weak hitting is the cause. Radford had been a professional ball player for the past twenty - live years. President Charles rarpenier ot me NOURISH the body, don't dose it with medicine. Scott's Emulsion is the best nourishment in existence. It is more than a food; you may doubt it, but it digests perfectly easy and at the same time gets the digestive functions in a condition so that ordinary food can be easily digested. Try it if you are run down and your food doesn't nourish you. ICOTT It IOWMK, P'l SUMt, Ktm V TrI - State leaguo has suspended .Chick Hartley of Lancaster for three days and Imposed a fine of 15 on him lor nis assault on Shortstop Owens of York at Lancaster Monday. Manager Heck - ert has . protested the game because Owens was benched. He claims tnai Owens made no attempt to retaliate when Hartley assaulted the shortstop, and that Owens, therefore should not have been put out of the game. Catcher Tom Doran, one of the De troit base ball club's extra men, has been sold to the Toronto Eastern league team, and has joined Manager Barrow's club. Another colleee pitcher gone wrong after joining the big league. Reulbach of the Chicagoes, who was the sensation last fall, Is a mark for the batsmen up to date. It looks as if Cincinnati had made a bad break to release the young lefthander, Druhot, who has been doing nothing but fine work since he was al lowed to go. Fred Betts is out of the game with an niured leer. In a recent game between Albany and the Jags, Belts tripped on his way to the plate and, falling heavily, wrenched his knee. James L. Cooney, of this city, catcher of the Princeton 'Varsity team, is out of the game with a broken thumb. In the game between the Tigers and Wil liams college last week, Cooney was hit on the gloved thumb, and though he stayed In the game he was unable to do any work next day. He will not i be able to play against Yale, Saturday. A very Interesting game of ball was played between the Green Ridge Stars and the Good Shepherd choir boys on the Sanderson park grounds. It resulted In a score of 9 to 8 In the Stars' favor. The Stars would like to play any nine in the city under 15 years of age on our grounds. Call 1709 New phone; 1444X Old phone. The Robisons have just spent anoth er tl.000 on their team. That's what Karger, the left - hander they got from Pittsburg Friday, cost them. He looks worth the money. The Robisons have now spent $3,500 for players and each addition is a southpaw since May 1. Manager Jimmy Burke, formerly with the St. Louis Nationals, has worked a great revolution in things In base ball in Kansas City. Big crowds turn out there daily to see the games. To date the New York Americans are ahead on the . series with every rival except Cleveland. The New York Nationals are ahead on every series except with Pittsburg and St. Louis, being tied with the latter. Thomas J. Dowd, coach of the Williams College base ball team, has left Williamstown to assume his duties as manager of the Holyoke team, and the Williams team will depend for the remainder of the season on Edward M. Lewis, of the Williams faculty. Dowd will accompany the Williams team on its trip to Princeton this week. The Buttins defeated the Stars Thursday by a score of 4 to 1. The feature of the game was the catching of Blume. He had ten difficult put outs. The batting of Sam Kaplan was I also a feature. CHILDREN'S DAY AT GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH The Sunday school of Grace Evangelical Lutheran church, corner Pres - cott avenue and Mulberry street, wlil hold its Children's Day exercises on Sunday morning, June 10, at 10:45. The following programme will be rendered: Organ Prelude Mr. AValkey. ' RfIW'.e ' ReaUjitg Pastor and Schtsilt '' "i Gloria Patria School. Prayer Pastor, J. Luther Hoffman. Address of Welcome Byron Wilcox. Recitation, "Welcome Spring" Julia Ludwlg. Song and Chorus, "Jesus' Call to the Children" School. Responsive Iteading Superintendent i and School. I Recitation, "The Master's Call" j Muriel Craven. Song and Chorus, "Jesus' Love fur ; me v.niiuit - u m ihpi. Recitation, "A Vision of the Shepherd" Miss Kenned;'. Class Kxerclse, "Hose Drill" D. L. Flckes' Class. Recitati'ti, "Do Your Best" Alice Dapper. Song and Chorus. "The Shepherd's Care for the Children" School. Class Recitation, "What Shall the Children Bring?" Miss Craven's Class. Motion Sung, "Praise to Jesus" Primary Department. - Dialogue, "How to Make the Children Glad" Miss Haney's Class. . Song, "Jesus Can Make Them Glad" Wish Haney's Class and Schoul. Class TIecltation, "Loyal Soldiers" Misses Gilbert, Uleino and Zimmerman's Classes. Class Recitation, "What Do the Flowers Teach'.'" Mrs. John's C'lnss, Song and Chorus, "Coming to Jesus" School. Responsive Reading Superintendent and Sc hool. Recitation, "Despise Not" Henrietta Butz. Song and Chorus, "The Joy of the Children" School. Recitation, "What the Birdies Say" Florence Dapper. Address Pastor, J. Luther Hoffman. Offering for Orpnans' Homo. Anoui'.cenients. Pong and Chorus, "The Children's Of fer" Miss llaney and School. Benediction Pastor, J. Luther lloff -

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  2. 08 Jun 1906, Fri,
  3. Page 10

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