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WIN ONE TIE TOTHER I Nationals Defeat the Athletics in the First Game HHE WIND - UP OF THE SEASON Hickman Hom - run Drive Which Jumped Over the Hospital Fence Won the First Contest in the Tenth Imring Fire Innings Were Flayed in the Second Second Which Resulted in a Draw RESULTS OF YESTERDAYS GAMES tt aaMagtom 6 Philadelphia 4 Washington 3j Philadelphia 3 Beatoa 7 1 Rew Tork ft Boston 12 1 Rtw York 9 Chicago 2 St Louis 1 Chicago 7 St Louis T Detroit 7 j Cleveland X WHERE THEY PLAY TO - DAY Chicago at - St Louis Two gimti STANDING O THE CLC3S W L Prt1 W L Pet Philadelphia 2 M snlCleTeland T 73 411 Chicago 1 0 CO New Tork 71 73 477 Detroit 7 71 Sit I Washington S4 37 421 Boston 71 7 til St Louis tl M 151 could nit Dygert safe and hits by Barton Barton and Hartsel with a pass thrown In to Hoffman were all the Athletics got off Hardy during those rounds a fine double play by Cassldy and Stahl spoiling the champions chance of breaking the tie In the seventh In the ninth the Athletics rallied with two hits but it dldnt last long enough With two out Heydens two - base fly rot away from Hartsel but Hardy struck out Lord singled In the tenth but was forc ed by Schreck and Knights rap to Nil was turned into a aouwe piay With two of the Nationals out In thir half of the tenth Hickman walloped the ball below the high - ball sign and It bounded bounded over th fence ending the game The Philadelphia enthusiasts with their flags and pennants Joined in the demonstration for Hickman as ho trotted around the bases Score of First Game AB B H PO A WASHIVCTOK Jones cl - jsssicy ss Hickman b Anderson rt EtahL lb MU lb Stanley U Heyden Hardy P Totals v PHILADELPHIA Hartsel It Lord cf Barton lb 6ehreek lb Xnlrht Hoffman Hoffman r Murphy lb Cross M Powers e Waddell p Dygert p S 1 O I 0 1 dCa s 4 0 1 t t o i 4 i e 4 0 0 00 17 B 7 JO 11 0 AB R H PO A E 412100 - 1 S 6 0 0 C 0 0 0 0 111 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 4 0 S S 4 12 0 0 1 1 - 8 Washington 5 Philadelphia 4 Washington 2V Philadelphia 3 The curtain was drawn On the American American League season In the East yesterday yesterday when the Nationals won one game from the champion Athletics and drew a tie In the second contest Loyal Washington Washington turned out 6000 people to witness the closing scenes of the baseball year games that meant nothing but a small difference In percentage points It was more like a celebration of a great victory for the crowd was In fine mood and the ardent rooters of the Athletics with their pretty blue and white pennants waving In the air gate to the double - header a holiday tinge When the Philadelphia colorcolor colorcolor - bearers filed Into the grand stand and took seats In the boxes near the visiting players bench they were cheered by the home fanatics and the Quaker City rooters reciprocated at the end of the game by lustily cheering Hickman when his home - run hit over the fence brought defeat to the Athletics The matinee had its dramatlo as wen as Its humorous features The famous Rube Waddell was compelled to leave the first game after pitching one Inning and It probably marked his exit from the game this year Rube had his usual motion but not the goods and Manager Mack decided to give Dygert a chance It was a depressing moment for Waddell when he took his departure realizing that he Is unfit to participate In the worlds championship championship for which he has done so much to earn his team the right to be one of the contestants Barton Sprains Ankle Totals 17 4 1020 Two oat - when wlnnlnc ran was scored Washington 101000000 Philadelphia 004000000 04 Earned runs Wsshlna - ton 1 Philadelphia 1 First base by erro - s Washington 3 Lett on bases Washington t Philadelphia 3 First bass on balls Off Hardy I off Dyrert 2 Innlnrs pitched Waddell I Dygert HIts - Off Waddell 1 off Dygert Struck out By Waddell I by Dygert t by Hardy 4 Home run Hickman Three - bass hits Barton and Cassldy Two - base hit Heyden Sacrifice bit Lord Stolen base Anderson Dou ble plays Cassldy to SUM Mil to Hickman to EtanL umpires Messrs Him iw voruurr of game IJionr and 40 minutes SECOND GAME CUT SHORT Tim Five - inning Contest Resulted in Three Runs for Each Team The Philadelphia party arranged to have the second gam called at the end of five Innings so that they could leave for home on the 650 train and the season closed with a tie game Manager Mack gave Pitcher Myers of the Trl - State League his first trial In the box and Manager Stahl nominated Manuel of the Southern League to twirl for the Nationals It was almost an even thing between them and both got a bad start In the first Inning Inning with two bases on balls each and a batter hit by Myers The game was hurried hurried along to Its finish and all the runs were scored In the first three Innings Manuel was wild at the start and gave bases on balls to Hartsel and Lord Schreck sacrificed and Knights single scored both runners Hoffman and Murphy Murphy grounded out Jodes led for the Nationals wjth a single single and Cassldy scored him with a two - bagger After Hickman filed out Cassldy scored while Monte Cw was throwing Huelsman out Stahl walked Kill was hit and Stanley also walked filling the bases but Knoll retired the side with a strikeout The Athletics took the lead In the second second on Monte Cross triple and scored on Myers fly - out to Jones In the third Washington again tied the score on Hick - TK - ti 1t4a - mans double an out and Cross wild cldent to Bristol Barton the substitute throw to first on Stanley after tw were catcher who was filllr In at first base but Stanley tried to make second on for Harry Davis Barton had gained first mlsplar and Schreck threw him out Toase In the fifth on a hit and was caught reunnff - biub ine m io iuiujibs off the base but avoided being run down produced a base on balls for Stanley and iju 1 i - i 1 v tt Wf tnr TTorturf tat thev MIL Tint rt a hit for Hartsel but they did not get beyond first base Store of the Second Game WASHINGTON Jones d 3 Cassldy as S Hickman 2b 2 Huelsman If A 2 StahL lb 1 Kin b - 1 Stanley rt 0 KaoU c IT Manuel p S by sliding back to first when the ball hit hfara He received a badly - sprained ankle and was unable to walk off the field Besculcg Rube was there to give aid and he and the Washington clubs trainer carried carried him to the clubhouse The comedy element was produced by Catcher Schreck who tolled for Barton after the accident The first two times the side was retired after he went on the bag were or hard chances which Schreck took with his big mitt With his chest thrown - cut after the fashion of a strong man Oseie walked proudly to the bench and this almost convulsed the throng His later antics around first base kept the crowd laughing to the end That must have stung WaddeU who loves the j Kofiman r Several of the regular players went 1 jf Cross as s 1 heme after the Athletics won the pennant j 55JJ 5 J and substitutes filled in Manaer Stahl 7 k - gave Hardy of Decatur III a good trial I Totals 17 2 and while he had a bad Inning In the Washington s thlrA Tn t amy with the same He has Faaipnia s shown well enough to be held for qext AB R BHPO A E 1100 1 1 1 s 0 1110 0010 0 0 4 10 Totals PHILADELPHIA Hartsel It Lord cf Schreck lb Knight 5b 17 3 3 IS SO ABRBKFOAB S 1 1 0 s 1 0 e 0 S1 0 0 10 S IS 1 0 - Ftrst base by error - Washington L Lett on bases out of the lot that beat him In the tenth Irailnr Three cames were then the othee - three of the were marked by sime sensational stops and throws by the Infielders Monte Ones and Cassldy were the star performers performers year Dygert pitched good ball after the rwhJB - luSkU J 12 S was a high lading ball Era bewaM0 w J Z ffwo - baso hlta - Casildr and Hickman Seerlnet bit better played ychrk Stolen Ne - Stahl Double play - Pwrs er1 aid lto M Cro Hit by pitcher By Myers L Tjrnpres Messrs Hurst and Connor Time ot game 1 hour Caught on the Fly Both umpires came Into the yard late George Nlll has made rood at third and he Is a fixture at third for next season T T SSXUSS 2SSS2 S SaWS 5ake sahf iUSE Began Scorinj Earlj Washlnrton scored two runs In the ure to stop Hickmans grounder and StahTs hit The champions made one hit In the first and another In the second while Dytrrt held the Nationals down In their second turn Luck favored the Athletics In the third when they scored four runs Dygert put As the Carolina coventors would say it will he a long while between games now All left ths grounds looking like they were sorry baseball Is to have a long vacation vacation Connie Mack ha a very hlrh opinion of Joe Stanley There Is good material a bounder over Nuts head and Topsy there says Connie waixeo loto s drive went througa vanr giahl savs ha wnl have an Hardy legs and hit second base for a winter to do his canning Joe Stanley mgn wanuer o j ones scoring uygerx and iiaray are uxinrea Bartons triple put two - jnore over and A ijjge number of Washington fans Knights fly to Jones let Barton come will go to Philadelphia tonorrow to wit home The next two were easy ness the first worlds series game Jones walked and Cassdy scored hint on Barton got a badly sprained ankle try a three - bagger which ducked past Holt - rng to get away from half a doses local man Barton retired Hickman on a roller Players who were endeavoring to run him counting Cassldy Anderson singled and dwn moved up on Stahls out Nlll got a - pa Capt Cross Davis and Seybold went Anderson stole third and a moment later ZJlmTJXk was caught napping by Powers and JCnlrht - Jqaen eeSd nTr Hickmans winning home run drive In The first games Davis has missed this v Tava Kn m1A Sie tt Awn Hardr whiffed the side In the on - i rw v jgtm wtad throws tout was left J the tenth Inning of the fliw game was JEW U Hh jrtkfia TaH Vrfah Tsh grtco ot tflTBlBUnn theeS

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