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ROCHESTEE DEMOCRAT AND CHRONICLE. SATURDAY. AUGUST 31, 1901. 15 Rerunning BRINGSVICTORY P WINNING CAREER.. ,rTD FIELDING OFFSETS HOME -1 ..c SUPERIOR BATTING. LH PITCHERS AR1F0RD THE LOSER EASY rtf Last Series in rtf uo,lv Ik City This Season Helps "Jsko Leaders' Grip on Pen-ant Halyards the More Secure. Charter to Yesterday's Scores. EASTERN LEAGUE. Ilnal 1 r eftcr8--" -Worcester 3 rfai Providence 8 Buffalo 0 NATIONAL LEAGUE. . ,,,,. u New York 0 -,s4elplila-- su Louis 6 j auaii Boston a .....rain Pittsburg JtS AMERICAN LEAGUE. , Detroit 4 Chicago 6 ...Milwaukee 1 . .rain Cleveland .JlTO t '.iioa U- STATE LEAGUE. Troy 1 Waveriy O rain UUca J3 Standings of the Clubs. EASTERN LEAGUE. Won. Lost. :::::: wx d V- NATIONAL LEAGUE. Won. Lost. IW l, :?.A,ya J- rM(it:pliia y- t Li 01 l':; !" $- 'iwiiuti ; , iork - ,., 4o AMERICAN LEAGUE. Won. Lost. C 114 rt 57 41 45 J." 60 55 57 t3 70 40 47 47 51 50 5! M GO moa ... ttimsre roit liijirlphla fieUuil STATE iMSJ :k jut fimeetidv toj iivriy .... OD 40 4,5 37 LEAGUE. Won. , . . . 65 .... 60 il ..... 50 . . . . 55 40 1:4 42 44 40 51 51 67 t2 71 Lost. as 41 43 43 47 52 04 r.c .047 .571 .530 .524 .500 .4 .370 .358 r.c. .004 .509 .ooa .530 .481 .422 .412 .400 r.c .001 .5'J3 .540 .528 .523 .447 .4i .343 r.c. .631 .504 .57 .500 .530 .400 .333 .250 Garnet To-Day. Eirtmi League Rochester at Hartford, Eitiug and aiiernoou; Montreal at Worces-amurninL' and afternoon; Toronto at Prov- vut. mornlne and afternoon; Buffalo at ittsttm, mormag and afternoon. Jiional League Brooklyn at Boston, Phil-tteiU at New Vork, Cincinnati at St. Lou- at Pittsburg. iKricnn League Washington at Cleve- lud, Boston at Detroit, Baltimore at Chi- ttp, mladeipnla at Milwaukee. fete uaeue Troy at Albany. Rome at Dirt, BUauitou at Waveriy, llion at Sche- Exlester seeui3 bound to make the preset trip one of the most notable la years. Serer Wore since a Rochester club baa held Mcberslip Id the Eastern League has a nine presenting the Flower City stormed the 2utra dirUion clubs In their own citadels m so completely pulled dowa the -walls "Xnt their adherents' ears. Buckenberger tf U peetle aggregation are certainly rflt!g everything before them. Now thai- la captured the first redoubt at Hart 's, it is fondly honed that the second will fail the game way. Strange how the wonen of a team which, has an almost in '"Hwmtawe lead want It to win everything ght. The Interests of Toronto were -M along by the defeat of Ixovldence Brockton shook off the baneful lnflu "' of the leaders and beat Buffalo. Mont. Mowed Worcester away In an Interesting HITS ARE PLENTEOUS. "raoraittakeB More Than Rochester Bat Latter's Count the Most. forl, Aug. 30.-Had Hartford fielded " orainarv fsKhi.ui irfo " Mve seen Roeheat.i Hcfoot k wa it that the heavy batting of the - raa counted lor less than. fans it would JT .v nwum tmeriFise done, and consequently It lost. ,,J was In th hT t., v, , . n "nsteady tne greater part of the h JiTe fcUr ba8es on ball every one Bemls, c. . . lanerty, p. 2 1 2 1 4 0 0 4 Totals 31 7 7 VKOVIDENCE. A.B. R. H. Walters, r. f. .... PtaffoTd, 1. f Cussidy, lb. ..... hullivan, s. s. .... Friend, c. f. Connor, 2 b. . Henry, 3 b. , McCauler. c. Leahy, c Conn, p Totals ..... 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 1 2 3 0 1 0 1 o 0 0 0 o 27 14 0 P.O. A. E. 2 0 0 1 13 0 2 1 2 3 2 0 0 1 3 O 4 2 0 0 4 Van Haltren, I'avis, a. s McBride, r. f. Murpby, 2 b. . Oanzel, 1 b. ... Warner, c Mathewson, p. c. f.. Totals .PHILADELPHIA. Thomas, c. f Barry, 2 b Flick, r. f Delehanty, 1. I 1 Jennings, 1 b. 84 3 10 20 14 2 Flaherty out for Interference. Toronto 00013012 07 Providence 1 0 0 10000 13 Three-base bits. CJunnor. Sullivan. Bemis: stolen bases, Cnssidy, C. Carr, Schaub; sac- rtnee hits. L. Carr. iiarcrove. Flaherty: dou ble plays, Henry, Cassidy and McCauiey, i'la- neny, ecnauo anu c carr, iianerty, u. Carr and C. Carr: base on balls, off Conn 4; Lit by pitched ball, by Conn 1; struck out, by Conn 4, by Flaherty 2; wild pitches, Conn 8; passed ball, Leahy; umpire, Gaffney: time, 1:50; attendance, 800. Brockton xi, Buffalo 6. Brockton, Mass., Aug. 30. The Brocktons took a brace to-day and played a fcuappy game, while Buffalo did ragged work. The features of the game were the batting of Bannon and Andrews. Score: BROCKTON. Bannon, L f Blake, c. f McManus, c. Smith, 3 b Madison, s. s. . . . McCramwell, r. I. Slater, 1 b Heine, 2 b Woods, p Totals 40 BUFFALO. Gettman, c. f. ... Hay ward, s. s. ... llalligon, 1. L .. Clymer, 2 b Carey, 1 b Andrews, 3 b Parker, r. f Speer, c Hooker, p. Cross, s. s. . Uuggleby, p. 4 0 13 10 4 0 113 0 4 0 110 0 4 0 0 2 2 1 3 0 2 8 1 0 3 O O 9 2 1 3 0 0 2 5 0 S3 "o 1 27 13 3 A.B. K. H. P.O. A. E. 4 O 3 2 0 0 5 O 2 1 1 2 4 1 1 4 O O 4 0 1 2 0 0 4 3 3 8 2 0 4 2 1 6 O 0 4 1 2 0 0 0 4 1 2 4 0 1 5 0 0 0 4 0 33 8 15 27 7 3 ... 0 1 0 0 2 0 2 0 3-8 New York OOOOOOOO u o First base on errors, Philadelphia 2, New York 3; left on bases, Philadelphia 13, iew York 6; base on balls, oti aiaiuewsou o. struck out, by Mathewson i, by iuggieoy o, two-base hits, Van uaitren, jenmus". v.ino, McFariand; sacrltice lilts Barry, Cross Jennings: stolen bases, Barry, Uelehanty, Thomas; wild pitch, Mathewson; time, 1:48; umpire, Dwyer; attendance, 2,000. AMERICAN LEAGUE. Philadelphia Wins by Batting Rally in Tenth Inning at Milwaukee. A.B. R. H. P.O. A. E. 5 3 4 2 0 0 4 2 3 4 1 0 5 112 0 1 5 13 2 10 6 113 5 0 6 110 0 0 3 0 1 l 1 O 6 2 12 11 3 0 0 3 3 0 40 11 15 27 12 2 A.B. K. H. T.O. A. E. 5 2 2 3 0 0 5 0 1 3 2 0 4 O 3 2 1 1 5 1 0 2 6 2 5 1 2 11 1 2 6 0 4 1 1 1 4 0 0 2 0 0 4 0 10 11 4 2 1 0 5 0 41 6 14 24 17 7 . 22010123 11 . 002000004 O Milwaukee, Aug. 30. Philadelphia defeated Milwaukee to-day In a ten-inning game, me visitors were the first to score, and the home team tied uo In the sixth. After that there was no more run getting until the tentn. when the Athletics scored two runs and won out. thoucft outbatted by their opponents R. H. E. Philadelphia .. 0 1 0 0 0 0 O o o -z & j. Milwaukee.... OOOOOlOOOO-i v x Batteries. Wltse and Steelman; Garvin and Donohue. terles, Clark and Hulett; Foley and Ferber. Score: Sodus 2 0 0 O 5 1 1 rt nm Ontario 0002020004 Baseball Hereabout. Clifton Springs. Ausr. 30. Th AiLCr...... nine will meet the home team at the ath letic grounds nere to-moiTow afternoon t a o'clock. Phelps. Aug. 30. The second rnm tn tlio series of ball games being played by the business men of the north and south Bides of this village, was played this afternoon on Redfield common. The south side, captained by R. Connolly, won. Tenn Yan. Aug. 30. Next Tuesdnv fh All. Syracuse ball team will play the Penn Yan team on the grouuds here, and on Friday the Clifton Springs tenm will try conclusions w-lth Penn lan on the home grounds. Ken- tember 12th, the last day of the Yates county fair, the Canandaigua and Penn Yan teams will contest oa tne rair grounds here. Baptist League Game To-Day. The Second Church nine will play the First Church at Seneca park this afternoon at 8:30 o'clock. Following players wa the respect ive clubs will report promptly at 3 o'clock: Second Church Mangold, Kellaway, Holman, F. Hunt, Eradstreet, U. Hunt, Whlttaker, Bornkessel, Brewer, White, Ades. First Church Lannl, Jenktnson, Stewart, Harring ton, Swift, Gelger, Doods, Hendrlcs, O'Brien, Ewart, Woloott. Game at State Hospital, The team representing the Second German Baptist Church and the Lake Avenue Baptist nine will play a game of baseball at the State Hospital grounds this afternoon. The fol lowing members of the Second German are requested to report at 3:30 P. M.: A. Eehle- inan, 11. tsnieman, a. femn, u. Zwtnk, A. Flesh, R. Lleutwiler, Hail, E. Fisher and C. Fisher. SIBLEY. LINDSAY & COSE CO. SIBLEY, LINDSAY & (JOUR CO. Totals Brockton Buffalo Hom run. Bannon; three-base hit. An drews; two-base hits. Smith 2, Gettman, Hal- Ugan; sacrifice hits, Blake, voods; base on balls, off Woods 2. off Hooker 1: hit by itched ball, by Hooker 1; struck out, by A'oods 1: stolen bases, Heine, Bannon, Slat er; umpire, i.anigan; ume, i:oo; attenuance, oo. Montreal 5, Worcester 3. Worcester, Aug. SO. Montreal won to-day from Worcester in an excellent contest. The Tlsltors outbatted the home team. The feat ure was a home run Inside the grounds by Odwell, one of the longest hits of the season. Worcester fielded perfectly. Score: MONTREAL. Sheehan, 3 b. Shearon, r. f........ Uelehanry, I. 1 Odwell, c. f Uooiey, 1 d Johnson, 2 b QulDlan. a. s Gordon, c Mills, p 3 Totals WORCESTER. O'Reilly, 8. S Klekert, L I Carney, r. f smoot, c 1 McLean, c Crisham, 1 b.... Wrlgley, 2 b Unglaub, 3 b.... Orlmn, p A.B. R. II. 4 11 4 0 2 4 12 4 12 4 0 1 4 11 4 O 2 4 11 3 0 0 50 5 12 A.B. R. H. 4 0 0 4 0 0 4 12 3 2 1 4 O 1 4 0 1 4 O 1 40 0 3 0 1 51 3 7 P.O. o 3 4 3 5 3 3 3 1 27 r.o. 3 3 1 4 6 7 1 1 1 A. 1 O o o 1 4 1 11 A. 4 1 o 1 2 , O 1 Chicago 5, Baltimore 5. Chicago, Aug. 30. Chicago hit the bail hard to-day, and yet was unable to taKe tne vic tory. Baltimore tied the score la the sev enth Inning, and the game went on untu tne ninti when dnrknfss ma da It necessary to can it, with eacli side having five runs to Us ... , .1 i f RArfl' IV. 11. 1. BolHmnr. OIOUSUIO V O I Phlmm 20010200 05 12 3 Batteries, Foreman and Robinson; caiianan and Sugden. Boston 5, Detroit 4. Detroit, Aug. 30. Two games were to have been played to-day, but rain allowed of only one. Detroit was beaten by Baltimore through ragged fielding. The home team did th het work with the stick, but was not fortunate enough to bring Its hits together. II. It. Ei. Tin.tnn 1 001 1000 25 10 1 Detroit 00000400 O 4 14 4 Batteries, Young, Lewis and Crlger; Cronla and Shaw. STATE LEAGUE. Among the Amateurs. Owing to the disbanding of the Hilton club. the Pastime A. C. team will not play at Hilton to-dJ". The following Culvers ere requested to re port on the campus to-morrow at 2:3o o'clock to play Despatch: E. Hyatt, Gray, Furness, Harridan, oiieu, z.oiuiey vile, bieininuier, .bla zer. aro, aay. INTERNATIONAL TENNIS. Play Has Now Been Brought Around to Semi-Final Stage. Senators Make Position Mors Secure by Defeating Trojans. Albany, Aug. 30. Troy's patched up team made the Albany nine play hard to wla to ri a v. Score: 11. 11. Albany 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 35 6 O Iroy O0O00100 O-l 7 3 Batteries Baker and Millerlck; Gallagher and Rafter. 27 13 0 00110201 05 Totals Montreal Worcester O 1 0 2 0 O O 0 O 3 Two-base hits, Sheohan, Delehanty, Quln- Ian. Crisham: home run. Odwell; molen base. ismoot; sacrinee nit, auiis; nit ry pitcnea yuinlan. Mills, Rickert, Smoot, Crisham; um pire, O'Loughlin; attendance, 1,000; time, 1:40. . ... - . NATIONAL LEAGUE. Reds Bring Long-Distance Hits Together and Thus Beat St. Louis. Binghamton 1, Waveriy 0. Blneliamton. N. Y.. Aug. 30. Darkness came down at the end of the seventh Inning of an Interesting contest oa BInghamtou's ball grounds to-day, leaving the home team a winner nr one run. ccore; R. II. E. Klmrhamton 0 0 0 1 O O 3 O Waverlv 000000 O O 3 3 Batteries McSorley and Bitter; Glug and Kennedy. N. & C. WINS LAST GAME. Nlagara-on-the-Lake, Aug. 30. The Interna tional tennis tournament was continued here to-day. Scores: Ladies' singles, semi-final round Miss Mi roa Jones beat Miss E. Closterman, 0 4, 30, 75. Miss Caroline Nelley beat Miss At- k.nson 10 8, 4 , o O. lien's open singles nnal round K. 1'. Fischer, New York, beat Robert Leroy, Columbia, 04, 0 3, 03. Mens handicap, singles, sccona rouna II. H. Hackett (owe half 30), beat H. fc. Avery (owe half 15), 01, 4 0, 6 L Semi-final round 11. 11. itacueit (owe nan 30), beat F. B. Alexander (owe A)), 02, 4 , 0-1. . . Men's donMcs, semJ-nnal rouna lu i. ut- tle and F. B. Alexander. iTinceton, bt h. R. Paterson, Toronto, ana liouert Leroy, coi-uinf.la. 62. 63. E. P. Fischer and II. 11. iiackett, M-w York, bent H. tJ. Avery. IKLrolt, and hi. K. Glasoo, Toronto, by defaolt. Ladles doutiles, semi-nuai ronnu aiiss r,. Clcseterman, Onclnnatl. ana Miss l. ii. Neely Chicaff". reat Mis irnce t ioes :ni-rngo, 'and Mis BossSe Wilkes, Brantford, 0-4, 4 0, 63. Mrs. Burgess ana jus infiiey, ifirmiTo. boat Miss J. Atkinson, Brooklyn, ana Miss MHrlon Jones California, ry arranii. E. P. Fischer, or ew 1 "tk. win piay ii D. Uttle. the preneat international cnamplon. to-morrow. PETERBORO TO-DAY. STORE CLOSED FROM 1 O'CLOCK TODAY UNTIL TUESDAY MORNING. - - - Harding Bankrupt Shoe Stock; Such shoe selling as has been going on here the last two days would have depleted a less resourceful stock, but the Harding purchase comprised between two and three thousand pairs of ladies' fine shoes, so that the picking today is practically, as good as last Thursday morning. A Letter from Harding & Sons. We have this day sold to Sibley, Lindsay & Curr Co. the entire stock of shoes, made and in process of making, at the time the concern went Into the hands of a receiver. Not a pair cf our shoes has been sold by us since that date to any other parties. Aug. 28, 1901. ... HARDING .St SONS. Every pair of Harding & Sons' Bankrupt Stock of Ladies' Fine Shoes was bought by us. You would take our word for it, but here is the statement of Harding & Sons: As we have said before, these shoes were nearly all made for the fall and winter trade of 1901 absolutely perfect styles shoemaking of which Rochester may well be proud. The prices at which we are selling this Harding Bankrupt Stock are less than the usual factory cost of the shoes. Among best numbers of the Harding bankrupt stock is the lot of ladies' vici kid, lace welt shoe3, with patent flexible soles. This shoe has a full round toe and kid tip a very-stylish boot on a last brought out specially for 1901 fall wear as good a shoe for general wear as any woman needs to put on her foot.. We have this shoe in all sizes and widths, $1.98 a pair. Another splendid boot for fall and winter service is the ladies' all box calf, lace welt, made on a new last with perforated vamp and seamless fox a shoe worth $3 any and every day; bankrupt stock price is $2.19 a pair. A fine dress boot is the ladies' extra quality vici kid hand turned shoe; it has "sunburst" eyelets, tips and quarters are fancy stitched a shoe worth $3.50; Harding bank, rupt stock price, $2.19 a pair. One of the greatest bargains in the purchase is the lot of redyed box calf and vici kid lace boots. Wish there were more of "thenv but there are still perhaps all sizes and widths. They were Harding & S3ns' finest tan shoes, which they sent to a leather manufacturer and had redyed black. All the difference is, the leather has been dyed after being put in the shoe, instead of before. You would never know about it if we didn't tell you. Only $1.43 a pair. A considerable quantity of the fine sample shoes still remain size3 4 and 4J; A, B and C widths; shoe3 worth $3, $3.50 and $4, for $1.89 a pair. Rochester Rangers Will Play the Crack Canadian Lacrosse Ttam. Prepare for the Holiday, Needs of three days to be supplied in the brief space of five hours this morning. We'll do everything possible to make your outing en joyable, or your stay-at-home pleasant. Practically all items in yes terday's special list hold good for today, and there are others. Special Dispatch to Democrat and Chronicle. St. Louis, Aug. 30. Cincinnati put up an errorless game to-day and won by bunching long hits in the eighth and ninth Innings. 11 aim was In good form and excepting for Burkett's single in the first, no hits were reg istered by St. Louis until the sixth Inning, St. Louis rallied at the close and batted out four runs. Score: Scientists Aggregation Has Lost But Tbret Games This Season. ST. LOUIS. Burkett, L t Heldrick, c f Donovan, r. X Wallace, 6. s...... Krugex, 3 b. ...... MeGann, 1 b Padden, 2 b Byan, c Powell, p......... Schriver TMchols Totals CINCINNATI. Dobbs, c. f liar ley, 1. f Beckley, 1 b.... Crawford, r. f. . Magoon, s. ft. ... Stelnfeldt, 3 b.. Peltz, 2 b Bergen, c Hahn, p Totals 87 7 12 27 13 A.B. It. H. P.O. A. E. 4 2 3 2 0 0 4 O 1 4 O 0 3.0 O 1 O 0 3 0 1 3 2 0 4 0 0 5 2 0 4 O O 4 1 1 4 1113 0 5 O O 3 0 1 1 0 O 1 0 1 1 1 0 O 0 1 O 1 O O 0 82 5 8 J26 12 "I A.B. K. H. P.O. A. E. 2 2 1 0 0 0 6 12 10 0 5 O 3 14 O O 5 1 2 x O O 0 5 O O 1 2 O 4 2 115 0 4 0 112 0 4 0 19 10 3 110 3 0 was very costly. Work nf Vf irn . . ... v " " wu notntng notable, pnnj aajf a dozen naasa tn. r.f ,.i J t freely, practically every hit being irL ?ler maae the most of its hits SIim, kmd 01 base "inning seen In wrr. 1 aoume mil will be Wi,- ' c same in tne morning. BiTr. ovrure: "utii.. AYb:::::- . : tnr. 2'b" eft". r. i- A.B. R, 4 1 3 0 5 1 4 o 6 1 6 0 4 1 5 0 4 2 89 6 A.B. R. 3 8 3 2 6 1 6 0 4 1 4 0 3 1 2 O 4 0 S3 8 U. P.O. A. E. 2 10 1 0 3 2 1 2 3 O 0 13 11 1 3 4 2 2 8 2 O 112 0 14 3 1 2 111 12 27 15 7 H. P.O. A. E. 14 0 0 0 14 0 2 O O 1 2 4 2 1 2 10 O 0 0 4 O O 2 O 3 0 0 3 10 112 0 10 27 12 2 00012111 0-6 81001020 1-8 Gatine, Miller; sac- ses, uar- S hi ii die ftCthrrAr Phe'Ps: stolen bas LkVJi ""San; double plays. hr4; bas k1 T, Mase.v. McFarlaa to iiA'Wtsed bun V"' 1"ler.isi Dy MeFar M , truuhurt- left t.r, H.jrr-"w"r 1: first hn iM,-.h .Rochester 2: umoire. K1It: - .wtnaiuiM i - ' 'Uendauce, 1,000.' Ie??7,Pr0vl,,ence3- taL"4 tav tt for the &sT:.nnuit,f "d llstleas fieldlni. VaaLW UnU1 11 apparent otnrJT.. ' oln Saint him for 1 h' It. u. r.o. 0 0 1 1 1 o 0 0 3 12 2 2 1 3 A. 0 1 0 3 5 O 1 Batted for Ryan la tdnth. tBatted for Powell in ninth. tBeckiey hit by batted bail. Cincinnati 11010002 27 St. Louis 00000102 26 Two-base hits, Burkett, Schriver. Wallace, Padden. Dobbs, Beckley, Crawford 2; sacrifice hits, Dobbs, Burkett, Donovan: three- base hit. Burkett: base on bails, oil Haiin 4. off Powell 3; struck out, by Hahn 6, by I. ,1 . . K, a a a TI.oIav Vlnlinl. Dobbs; left on bases, St. Louis 0, CincinnaU. 7; time, 2:00; umpire, Brown; attendance. 2,000. Brooklyn 4, Boston 3. Special Dispatch to Democrat and Chronlclfc. Boston, Aug. 30. Both teams batted well to-day, but Donovan was superior at critical moments, and that gave Brooklyn the game. A great stop by Long waa a feature. Score BOSTON. Slagle, r. f. ... Tenney, lb.. Demon t, 2 b. . Cooley, L f. ., Hamilton, c f. Lowe, 3 b Long, s. s. .... Klttredge, c. .. Dinneeu. p. ... Totals BROOKLYN. Koeler, r. f. .. Sheckard, 1. t. Dolan, c. f. Kelley, lb... Daly, 2 U ... Dahien, s. s. .. Irwin, 3 b.... Farrell, c. Donovan, p. Canandaigua, N. Y., Aug. 30 Tni afternoon Natural fccienca camp concluded its Lastball season, by givinjr a cornbination team troia Atlauta, Cohoc- tlon and NaDles a bad drubbing. Tlio team work of the nicked aggregation was necessarily uncertain, and ih position of pitcher was no sinecure as the two mem bers of the team who tried It found out. for the Scientists were out to fatten their season's batting average and did so hand somely. But for an untimely error in the last in ning the Atlanta crowd would have leen eent home with a nest of goose-eggu. The work of both teams became somewhat careless toward the finish. This is the twenty-first game the camp has played this year, and of that number it has lost three, one to Clifton borings. one to the Cuban Giants and one to the Canandaisrua-Clifton aggregation on Thursday. treorge Y. Welwter, the young Ilodhes-ternan -who has dona fh bulk of rl i Ji Ji iag tor the camp and who has aLso cap- tainied the team, has pitched in tseventy two games the past four season's he has been at the camp, and of ithuse nas lost only three games, two this year and one last, Which as certainly a most eredit'able record. Borne of 'tlxe otlter older meinlers of the team "Who liave aided in upholding the rep- . . ' . w,. . . uuauoxi ol Lui camp j.vr some years ai'e "1'oti" Warren, lirat Itaweman. and Eraest Gorsline, eecond bascuoan, also Ilodhester men; the younger mern.Ura of the team, Dunn, (third ibasenian; Love, center fielder. ana iiogan, xsgnt neiow. nave all mate rially aided in securing the camp's enviable record. George Leech, the short stou. is ia young Canandaiguaii, who ihaa been with the team only a part of this season. They have given "the rmblio of Canandaigua and vicinity some fine exhibitions, and hope to ao so another year. Score: N. S. C. Hogan, r. f Gorsllne, 2 b..... Dunn, 3 b Webster, p. ...... Leech, s. 8. ....... Warren, 1 b Cooper, I. f Love, c. f . .... . . . Mendelsohn, c. .. The Rangers will play the Pvterboro team from Canada this afternoon at Culver Fleid. The game will be called at 4 P. M. The Uue-up U a follows: peterboro. . Rangers. K. A. Boyie ' rgusoa uoau E. Dillon a. buck I'oinu T. Angelaey J. urant Cvver romL G. Melser - wowea First Lerense. A. Dorrls unman Second Dcrensc 12? Mahoney Buck 'ITiira LH-ieuae. IL Damford . consani i t-nter. O. Duary Payment nrst nome. T. O'Connor ur. iiunoury Second iioiue. If foriraii - - J. uranam TOM liOUlCk. O. Lynch nougn J. O'Breia - -"r insult? Home. SMITH DROPPED OUT. Record-Breaker in Glenyiew Golf Tour- nament Beaten In Semi-Finals. A.B. R. U. P.O. A. 3 10 11 3 1 1 11 0 6 1115 2 0 13 0 3 0 1 O O 4 0 2 0 2 4 O O 3 4 4 0 18 1 2 0 1 O 1 80 3 8 27 14 A.B. R. U. P.O. A. 5 12 0 0 5 0 0 2 0 6 0 0 0 0 4 1 1 13 2 3 12 4 3 3 113 5 4 0 112 4 0 2 4 2 4 0 0 0 3 87 4 9 27 17 E. 1 0 0 o 0 0 1 0 0 I A.B. R. H. P.O. A, 2 E. 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Brooklyn 10000300 04 Boston 1OOOO200 03 Two-base hits, Keeler, Daly, Cooley: sacrl tice hits, cooiey, uinneen, Hamilton; stolen bases, Slagle, Lowe; double plays, Ke-llty and Dahlra. Klttreoge and Lorn;: base on haiin. off Dlnneea 3, off Donovan 0; struck out, by Dtnneen 4. Dy juonovan t; ume. 1:0: umolre. INasn; aitenuajice, i,uw. Philadelphia 8, Nsw York o. Special Dispatch to Democrat and Chronicle. New York, Aug. 80. The Philadelphlans easily outplayed New York to-day. Duggleby pitched consistently, only two of the home team reacmng tecima. aiatnewson was steady up to the , fifth inning. Then he seemed to lose his speed and the visitors made hits aJmwt when they pleased. ' Score: NEW YORK. A.B. R. II. T.O. A. E. Belbach, u f 4 O 1 1 0 1 Strang, 3D 4 0 0 0 1 0 Totals ATLANTA. Manning, p., 1. Lander, 2 b.... Foltz, 1. f., p.. Buckstahler, s. Boone, c. f., e. Tyler. 1 b Morgan, 3 b... Huxter, r. f. .. Waterman, c. Totals N. R. C... f... e. c. c. t.. 3 2 0 0 0 7 2 2 1 4 0 4 2 1 0 7 3 2 0 4 6 r r 1 2 0 2 1 10 0 5 8 0 2 0 0 4 3 O o 4 1 2 12 2 40 20 17 27 12 A.B. U. II. P.O. A. 4 0 0 0 4 4 0 0 2 1 4 11 1 1 4 0 2 4 8 4 O 1 3 O 4 0 18 1 4 0 0 1 2 4 0 0 0 0 3 0 15 0 '13 1 0 24 12 fi 6 3 4 1 1 1 3 E. 0 1 2 1 1 2 1 2 9 4 20 Atlanta 00000000 11 Earned runs, N. S. C. 10: two-base lilt. Leech; sacrifice hits, Gorsllne 2, Webster, Warren; stolen bases, Webster 4, Love 4, Mendelsohn 4, Flognn 8, Dunn 3, Leech 3, Oorsllne, Warren, Cooper; bases on balls, off Mannlnsr 6. off Iluxter 1: hit by rrlteher. ITogan, Mendelsohn, Cooper; struck out, by Webster, Lander 2. Boone 2, Morgan 4. Hux- tr 2. Trier: hr Manning. Gorsllne, Webster, Warren, Love: by Huxter. Conner; double plays, Leeh to Gorsllne to Mendelsohn; time. 1:45; umpires, Daly nd Mclntee. Sodas Beats Ontario. Special Dispatch to Democrat and Chronicle. Sodus, X. Y., Aug. 30. Sodus defeated On tario here this afternoon by a score of 10 to 4. Sodus made ten hits and Ontario three. Sodu9 had five errors. Ontario seven. Bat- Chicago. Aug. 30. Bruce D. Smith, who broke the record for tlu) course la the qualify ing round in the Glenvlew golf tournament, waa defeated to-day in the seml-fluals for 1 the championship by ADranam Poole, Jrr., of Onwentsla by one up. Poole will meet William Holablrd, Jr.r, la the finals to-iaor row for tne cnampionsmp. a. mowira and LouU Allis. both of Milwaukee, will fight it out to-niorrow for the eecond cup, both players baring won their match and in the semicanals to-day. Hamilton Vose will meet William Walter, of Onwentsla, ia the finals for the Lookin cup. For the cbainpionsmp, tne loiiowlug was the semi-final score: William Holablrd, Jr., Glenvlew, defeated Walter O. Eagaa, Onwentsla, by one up In 10 holes. Abraham i-ooie, jr., onwentsla, defeated Bruce D. Smith, OnwenUla, by one up. Rochester Canoe Club. The annual fall regatta of the Rochester Canoe Club will be held at the club house on Irondequolt bay this afternoon, beginning at 3 o'clock. This is tne last ciud function 01 the season except the annual clam bake and a large attendance of club members and in vited miests is anticipated. The attendance at all of the club events this year has been larger than ever before and the season from every point of view has been highly success ful. Wiley to Meet All Comers. nn r .hnr Day. Max Wiley will meet all corners under 140 pounds at Harris's pavilion ,f ntnrio Reach. The champion will be present for the express purpose of throwing anvbodr and everybody wnnia mieen nun utes, and for every minute such novice caa stay over the limited niteen xuey wm receive S2. As there Is no entrance fee It is expected that Wiley will have most of his time taken up. Challenge From "Al" Stoddard. A1" Stoddard announces that he is will Ing to meet "Sport" Aiciiann at liu or 112 pounds for a purse, the amount to oe oeciaed later and that arrangements can be brought about by the presence of Manager "Barney" Motiarrr at No. 18 West Alaia street this afternoon. Will Hold Labor Day Shoot The Rochester Rod and Gua Club will hold a blue rock tournament on Labor Day, beginning at 1 o'clock In the afternoon. All shoot ers are cordially Invited to attend. Last of Shirt Waists. Probably shall not have occasion to mention summer shirt waists again, though they'll be worn for six weeks or more yet. On counter just at foot of stairway, Main floor, we are clearing up reserve stock of light waists. They are all fresh, haven't known counters before waists on which season s prices have been from $1.50 to $2.75. All marked 98c today. These are some of the styles: French organdie waists in pinks, blues and lavenders. Linen batiste waists with sailor collar finished in white, and with white pique front and stock. Fine French lawn waists oxblood and light blue made with sailor collar trimmed with white lawn, tucked white lawn stock and front. All white dotted swiss waists made with surplice front and sailor collar. Fine chambray waists pinks, oxbloods and blues made in vest effect with white pique front extending to waist line. All linen batiste waists with solid tucked front and back. KIMONOS. These long kimonos and negligee gowns, while-of thin, filmy materials, ar.e not discarded entirely in winter, yet we class them as for summer, and make price reductions accordingly. Long kimono3 of blue and white and pink and white striped and figured lawns with wide bands of white lawn finishing front and sleeves, reduced from $1.98 to $1.29. Handsome blue and lavender lawn negligee gowns with tucked yoke finished with wide embroidery insertion, and with sleeves and neck trimmed with embroidery insertion and lace reduced from $3.98 to $2.89. SIBLEY, LINDSAY & CURR CO.. RIFLE SHOOTING AT SEA GIRT RANGES International Tournament Draws Many Noted Marksmen. FOREIGNERS DO WELL John Morgan, of Ireland, Scores Ten fuccesslv Bull's-eyes at 900 Yards Firing at 1,000 Yard Targets Marred by Wind. Sea Girt, N. J., Aug. 80. The National Rifle Association of America began a tea days' shooting tournament on the New Jersey state camp ranges at Sea Girt to-day. Two matches of International character will be decided before the closo of the meeting. The special challenge match at 800, 000 and 1,000 yards between representative teams from the Ulster Rifle teams and the world championship teams' contest for which only two teams have entered, making it & match betweea Canada and the United States. To-day the U'eter men and several of the American shooters from whose ranks General Bird W. Spencer will select the New Jersey R. A. team, monopolized the long ranges, beginning at the 800 yards ranges and going back to the 000 and the 1,000 yards, each man shooting eleven times at each distance. At 000 yards John Morgan, of Ireland, soared tea successive bull's-eyes and out of his first twenty-two shots he made twenty bull's-eyes at 800 and 900 yards. . When each side had finished the round of the three distances, Morgan had 130 points out of a possible 150 and Robert Duncan, another Ulster man, had A similar score. There was only a light wind In evidence while the men were firing over the shorter ranges, but when they began at 1,000 yards there was a fitful puffy wind which bothered t them and the scoring became Irregular at this distance. J. R. Williams, of Belfast, made the top score of 45 out of a possible 60, and his total for the three ranges was 134. The next best work done was that of Major J. K. Miller, whose name has been, Identified with International rlile shooting since 1S74, when the Irish team first visited Creedtnore. Among the American representatives who participated on the long range work were Dr. Holmes, William De Foulke, Captain Whlttaker, H. M. Pope and many other members of the New Jersey Rifle Assoclatioa. They all acqultfc-d themselves creditably. None of the scores of the American contingent was made known, but It was generally understood that while their shooting was not as good as that of the visitors, their results were very satisfactory. MICHIGAN HAS HOPES. Ann Arbor Institution Expects to gain Lost FootbaU Laurels. Re- Ann Arbor, Mich., Aug. 80. Coach F. H-Yost, who will head the University of Michigan football system this fall, has arrived in this city and the plans for training of tne eleven will be started at once. ; . - . Yost has had remarkable success a developer of championship elevens at College, Ohio Wesleyan. Nebraska. Kansas and Leland Stanford Universe Loa followers expect him to regain for Michigan the laurels lost la 1SI ana rr ), istoO team, " Happy uarbi. cuard. are who are sre not to return, although Weber, the husky little half-back from the Austin blgn school, is doubtful. Captain White. ex-Captain Snow, Sweeley, Kelly. Shorts, Redden, Weeks, Redner and Shaw! of tneflast year's regulars, will be here, besides Wilson and Woodward, who were really entitled to " M's last season. Of the better class of substitutes Monte Brown, Burns, Durant, M hlln. Graver, M,llo, White and Steery are counted on, and when to these are added the numerous freshmen Brown, cen- the only ones expected. It appears that Yost will have an abundance of material. Wnile long on quantity there seems to te some lack of quality, so that every candidate that comes will have an excellent chance to make the team. Enthusiasm Is already strong and a good team ; is predicted by all the local authorities. HornellsTille Races Oft Special Dispatch to Democrat and Chronicle. , Hornellsville, N. Y., Aug. SO. A heavy rata fell this morning, which made the track at;-Maple City park so heavy that all races for to-day were declared off. Racing at Berlin. , . Berlin Aug. 30. Baron Stickler's Semen- ;.; drla won the grand prize ($20,000) at Baden yesterday and the grand duke of Baden's., handsome gold cup. Long Heads. : . Popular Science Monthly. We are told of Faraday (the writer of the article being Tyn-dal!) that he had an , abnormally long head, so 'that hia hats had to be specially made for him, and we are " told of Tyndall himself (the writer here being his widow) that in this reepect Tyndall resembled Faraday. This scrap of evidence, eo far as it goes, would confirm 2 the proverbial belief in favor of the intelligence of long-headed persons. It is, how-, ever, believed by many, who can . bring ., forward good evidence on their side, that intellectual ability goes with broad-headed- A ness. It may be well that in this matter, as in that of etatuTe, the range of varia- tion is great, and that both extremes tend to prevail to an undue extent. Thia has -been, found to be the case in another fib-normal group $hat of criminals. A Kill-Care Outing Labor Day, - Steamer North King, for Canada, stop both ways at Cobourg. Ticket, 75c - Zinc etchings are the thing for newspaper advertisements. Leave your order at the job department of the Democrat ' and Chronicle. v .

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