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I i i 10 DilDDED ThisOne To : ttQ; Cubs; ... A " Ames Hit Hard . For First Time rv; :n Many Weeks. '.". 'Visitors Won-in Seventh By Some Clevsr Bunting. Reds Always In the Hnit, Bot t lacked .the Punch Off Zabel in Final Rounds. A YESTERDAY'S BXSTJLTS. Chicago . ., -Ciaciaaati . . 8 7 St, Vwiit . .. PhOadeiphte . ia Cleveland 'Boston? .,..,,.,.7 ..St. Loel (Flrnt game.) . &ev Ye . Bta ...... ;...4 bt. Leal 1 IScmM grasse.) ..Chicago 8 .. Waalnrtn .... 4 :i . (18 Inning.) .. AMERICAS ASSOCIATION. . IHiaaeapoll .... S Lentavllle ...'...11 Cleveland MlwaKe rolaaaba , 14 Celeaabea ....... St. Paal St. Pawl 8 ,., (Ktret jtaaae-) - (ewl .. liaaae City . J- . , Ipdlaaapolla ..... 1 . . i' CEDERAL LEAGUE. '.f Pittabnrg. ...... Keaaaa CMy ...... , Baltimore ...... 1 St. Loel . ..(Rain) : (JO la alas.) tindlnaapell .... 4 Brooklyn 'Chicago O Bnffuie ....(Rata) HOW THEY STAJHe. National Lea gne. ' ' CluLe." ' " ,J(( York. ... IViston . Lou ...... Chicago ...... I hltadclphla . Br klvn CINCINNATI ' It la burn .... "Won. ..'.. ei 3 w 6S ...... 83 ...... VI 84 14 Loot. 00 M T 67 01 2 Tei. ' . ; . .461 f a .462 American League. Cluba. ' Philadelphia . B '3t' n tVarhlngtoe r . Won. 3 rv. n ........... 61 rl .-. 60 B Loet. SS , 49 . '. 8T .. 61 ' 63 . w - nfl 86 .686 ,5U .M7 JOT j 4H ' .4Al .45 -316 Petroit Chicago .......... New York St. Loul Cleveland American Association.. Clube. Louisville Milwaukee .. Indianapolis - "Cidurobua .......... . Cleveland . Kanras City ...... - Minneapolis St. Paul .......... Won. .:. 1 ... 7S Prt. Ji7 Aft to . A4 66 .56 .S9 t5 ...... 73 I 67 ... 6T 71 ... 4S 1 .'6 .431 646 GAMES TO-DAY. National League. ' s CHICAbo at CINCINNATI. PITTS BCBG at 8T. LOUIS. . . '. NEW YORK at HROOKLT. . BOSTON at PHILADELPHIA. American Leana. . ' CHICAGO at WA&HTXGTON...,. DETBOIT at NEW TORK. , ' 8T. LOUT8 at BOSTON. American Association. MILWAUKEE at UOCISVILLE. 1 KANSAS CITY at INDIANAPOLIS. UIXNBAPOUg at CLEVELAND. ' ST. PAUL, at COLUMBVB. . Federal League. - INDIANAPOLIS at CHICAGO. . . . KANSAS CITY at ST. LOUIS, BALTIMORE at PITTSBURG. . BROOKLYN St BUFFALO..' " .".. "..i. 7 clc BJW. - o To illustrate their versatility the Reds and Cuba indulred 1b a hun bat feat in me secona eeniesi oi wear, awnea, " cumulating a Dingles between them and running up a count of to 7. with the Cubs having the odd tally.- The game was long-drawn-out, wearisome and carelessly played, and the only thing that kopt the attention of the handful of fans ' present was the closeness of the tcore, whieh made It possible for either team to win-right up to the flntaiu It was disappointing xhiDlt of the pastime,', unworthy of either fourth or tev- enth-placers. Perhaps the excessive heat aneceta tne auueies. ai leasx, tnat is a charitable way to look, at It- . . v-: ' Leon Ames, for to first time In many weeks, was hit 'hard all the way through. In only one round did the Cubs refrain from mlngllnw with his output of curve . . ' ... u. xaT urn o their hitting, but they were there with the wallops, when needed and twice came from behind to win it out. after the Re4s had taken a lead oft Jimmy ' Lavender, who was also hit very' hard. For those who enjoy the pervasive pingles In large number .and the frequent -trampling of . the plate the contest was laUrestlag. but that is the best that can be declared for it: " " -' ' ; ; - Neither A.mes . nor Lavender finished the game. . Leon was taken out after the Cub had pulled their final rally in the seventh, a.n4 King Laar and Fahrer, the Dayton recruit,- divided the . remaining two rounds, without being ' scored on, Zabel pitched ' the lat three innings for the Cubs , and . got by - with one .run, which; just missed being enough to tie the -Score.'' ; .' ' .The-' fielding', waa . slow . on both sides. NiebofTa errors: In the, fourth fave the t, -Cubs two ' runs, and Jimmy Archer's failure to hold a thrown ball at the plate contributed a similar' ' number to ' the Red total In the 'secopd,- Otherwise the tallies on both sides were earned by hard ..hitting. ' " ; - -- v The Cbs went away In the front with out a moments' delay. . Amea gtar(ed .. badly by parsing Leach, which almost .always means a run. or two. Good singled to center, sending; Tommy to third, gaier -singled to right, scoring Leach. Good streaked for third and- Danlehj threw sover the bag to the stand, tnit Amea retrieved the ball in time to n(n Good at the plate, when b tried lo keep right en . Kolng. Baler took third on th play and scored en ZlnYa long fly to center. . , " . Reds Came: BiW Back, . ' ': , . ;Our boys found Lavender easy enough ' and tied. It up In their half. Killifer slnt gled and stole second. Hersog walked. ' .Twombiy sacrificed, them along. Ntehofl . struck. OWL. but Croh's bot shot over sec-' ond a cored th two run. Corriden made a great stop of Oroh'a hit. but threw "high t 4rt and Heine tried, for aecond. '"only to be thrown out hy Baler's e,ulck -retrleT'ng of the jbalL . -,. . - . The second waa Leon's good round. H . -sot the side in- order and zee mod t have settled down for th day. . : , Th r-2s cnt ut and tocjc the lead i 1 i ! I t i Puli. .o-l av'., -u4-le-. vuiw ; TUPSETr.HIS . . , . . ' -; 1. -. - ' !-. . ...... . ,. . V - - .-i -vu . ' y H;! tmi: rt k'V" '' f-- , ' ' "j xj- i '- I , I .r "v- RULER, I HAVE A VV Y-rVr r (H - HEY 1 CHANCE TO TAKE A NIYllC! ' ' 1 ' lJaVZ ; . , sweu. trip and .. iniAiNrT F : ; x- ..3-. , , - HANtC.O OAY1 - cop some EXTRA s!l! V TSl : : - - ,SVV- OH ! -HANK f c iE?dsHFAiL 'LI Vi ) ' :- y : -fr-feiV) Mv T--P-i-J "wATCHrm. vAmHG WAS I . f KHALftLV!i SK5o 1 S7y - ; . ..v, - . .; s-j.., Tr.r.w5fYA3 AvtATtoH r?P J : ' . . ". - i . . -. . ; .... . i . - - i j . i In K1 k1f ' - Ttantol. .In.Ul tkmKVn Corrlden. Qroham fouled out. but Clark lns'lMl to rirht crndlnr Tirrt to third. W4. n-n.Kan wV.n lhM I. Ik. plate to head. off Danlola, but Archer dropped the ball and Bert ft Id, In aafely. Oarke scored on K'HUer's fly to Schulta and the Reda were a couple to the (ood. The Cub ot one back In the third. Lavender Opened with a lpgl and Leach beat out a bunt.' Good sacrificed. "Saler hit to Qrahanv and was. out at first. Lavender scoring, but Leach, who tried boldly to come all th way ' home . from second on the play,, was cut down at the plate.' . ; ;': . ' - v Tworably'a-" triple :-,aad t qrah.'. flngle gave the Reds one In their half, ant) they wera still a couple t tha. good. The Cubs tied It In the fourth on Kle-hofTs wobhka . With two out :Ames passed Roger, and Corrlden singled to center. - Archer hit a wicked bail to third base, of which Klehoff made a brilliant stop, but his throw to flrsT was wild 'and low. and Drasnahan came- In from second ba. while. Corrlden went to third. On an ; attempted double steal. Clarke had Corriden caught off third has by several Hd scored what turned out to bo tha winning run,. Lavender Immediately whiffed Just an 'instant too lata. The Reda again went to. tna jron in fttth, whiv Twombiy and PVnan Mnst,d, the former stole third ard camo home on DaoleU's aacxlSc ly to -cenier, The TJiilncggr Seventh. ' Ant got by by eonatast KrugtUnf until the reventh, when .some very clever bunting, combined with a couple of lucky hits, gave th Cuba an edge,, which they declined to release. Fete Kalaety batted for Lavender and rolled a low bounder toward short, which Hersog could not get up in time to field. This w the opening wtdge. and the Cuba, who know how . to h.iot nulla aaad uaa at It. Roth TLatach d Good beat out beautiful buade down! the first-base line, and -the baaea werj fuIL with none ouL Baler arounded to ; Groh, Knisely scoring on tb eut and tb; TL ",", r ' ... ! otr iff runner moving up, zim got a high bounder over Amei'i head and thai! ball went on out to center field, scoring th two rm .! qetermJned. the reiult. IZIm was caught- napping '-on first, and Schulte gMHfoded to . the - boa. - Leerj pitched the eighth Inning and allowed two! bits, but got by without being scored en. Fahrvr passed the, first two men up in the ninths but Breanahan and - Corriden popped out. after Schttlte had sacrificed. Zabel pitched the last three Innings for the Cubs and held the Cub lead. In the eighth GonzaJew, batting for Lev. walked. wttn one out. and KlHlfer, ajao drew a P4UW. Heraog singled to right, scoring the Cuban, but Twombiy fled out and Nle hoff grounded to Corriden. Nothing doingj Chaney Is Nov a vorite -If the present odds hold 'forth Qeorg-a Chaney, the Baltimore slugger, wUl tB Into the ring a-iralnst Kayo; Mars tomor-j row night at Redland Field a 6-to-5 faH vorite. Wha betting; haa been done ad far on the contest ha favored the Mary 4 land boxer, and apparently there seems to be filentyof Chaney money afthe?4i odds.1' rv'' ; 'v''.;" ' '.?'?'' The follower- ot the local boy are a blfj dubious as to his chances of victory, and they are not backing him with the confl-j dence that baa characterised bis for.rerj contests. Those who have profited on bji previous victories have a whoteeoine rei gpeot for the ability of th little Balt morean as a knock-out artist, and as a result are noi iricUne tQ wager fa,$-alnstj a boy : who has won 40 of hla SO fights lit Over ! il - i thle manner. .;. ; , " . ? ;. . , . . Mars has demonstrated in all ' hid bouts that he lacks the' punch,' depending solely on hi speed' to -carry ''Mmjoat'oi harm'f way, and bylandinf more, c-ein blows than his dvrsary, pile up aufsj clenf -points t4 earn him the -verdict. Noj a decisive way of be ting an opponentj but peverthelesa aulte ,pro.flt4bje.;,'Wheth4 cr these, taetlca trill prove successful tot morrow night Is probleriraticaL- v . f Chancy'a style la exactly the . oppoal 4 of Mars. George is a "borlng-ln't sort ef a tighter, and is ever' ready: te; take five Me. in ordtr to land one. To stand up and swat punches with. Chaney Woull k ' -1. 6ART ."v:vc : : la the ninth, ot a stirring contest by any means In spite of the closeness. ,r,i CIN TI Ta4 Score. ! AB. R..1B. SH. 8B. PO, A B. - 4 KI lllfer. cf. S 1 4 Heranc. mm. ... 4 1 4 t 0 1 o 4 0 1 o 4 Q ! o.. 8 O : 4 0 4 S Twomoly. if,., 4 S Ateaoir. aa. ... . v t 4 O " 4 Uiou. 2b...... a o Lianieia, it.... i Graham, lb...-J 4 Mlllr 1 4 Kelkss.t lb... 3 Clarke, c. 4 Ame.! S Lear. p....... tGoniaftes .... 4 FArv,.i a..... 4. W 4 1.1 0 0 1 4 4 4 4 i 0 -mm a at it . Tatala ...... 44 . t . 14 6 Mllle batted for Graham la fifth Ionia. tGuaaales baitod for Liar ht elgnth laolng. CH1CA4KX" AB. R. IB. 8H. 8H. PO, Ai EL Lrachw . cf ..... 3 a o lri-H. in 4 Seier. jib. ..... 4 Zlm'erman 3b 6 ohvt.' If.... 4 Dreuahaa. 2b, 1 Crrldea, mm... S li a : a i a 4 l o .1 1 ArrbMr. Larender, p.. i-t 1 r 1 0 laaiaeir ' bc4.j p.,.,.. 1, 0 1 O j 4, 4 4j Total S4 8 15 4 j M U IKntoel batted for Lavender la aermih mnhie. j 1 i-.-.i.- I bMiaca 1 f 4 4 4 1 t . Cincinnati ......... 1 Jl 4 1 0 4 I (V- T nolnnatl ,,......,2 11 4 10 4 1 O T lea i 24-18 O 4 8 4 O- g r-Baaa Hlta liar lale, Laaeh. '- A niree-Bae Hit Twombiy. j bervoa UaaaOninoall. S: Cklcaaa. 8.L CMcaa .. T Three- Bjtre 1.uS1 Ilay Graham 19 Clark; Groh" t tilurca Oat Bt Akm. 4i w LarmUr 4. Baaro on BaTla On Am. 3: off Ur. 1 off Fahrer 8; ow Larrndrr. 1; ofT Zabal. f. niia-m Ames, is; oil Lear, Z Lav4r. If: off fcaeol. J. , , Tim of Gam 2:21,. . . Pmpirea Byroa n IJrcoJ. j .-' ;';-v " ' a '! ' - " ; ( HOTJCS QE THE GAlaX The Cuba agata ihla afternoon at the yard. Pt Schneider -will pitch for tb? Bed, will. Jita VuiMi th boa and aailLful aauihiAar. working for the enemy. Play palled at X o'clack.v- ', - j . - - rraak Behalf -H"ora to hi- farm 4ow South oa a the eeaaoa la av- aad upertnun4Ui picking cf hla bit co t-a (rrop. rea."S eottoa as prmring oa lai brbal for th crack omfUlder. uto a i I- v"f37, jw nn irom oM team, perform. Having ba both a: Hed and Cub, Harry allertanc was flMdf d He rooted tm partially for both aldea. Thouah Mt of baaebe.ll Hn-y 1 proapoanua. ad hla eol-tectloe of diamonds la aa large and ornate a errr, . - I- Fan Th batter I out, If. I he third Strike roll to th taa. bettor ia a' way a out oe a third etrtk. with firat baa occupied provided there are lea than twe mea oat at the time The catcher" doea not bare to , hold the ball In auch a caa. Hairy Walter There la no fword:f- stch a game. j ' Joe Caaey ticket -taker at the ban rark rr many aeaaona ia vy IU at hi bom nd la not expec.ed to recover for aome tm. i Yes rook np rUttm? thi terday Jim-Connelly. Chief f Polle at the 6-To-5 Fa- ! 1 ! , ! ' . . . - . -i J.. - : . .. ' c-Out Mar an excellent way of sermJing the' crowd homo early. Mara will not commit any Uch blunder, but whether he will be tN to - withstand the cyclonic ' rushes ar d powerful hlowt of theBaltlmore 'boy Is the' question .'that! uppermost ipi the mind 'Of hla admirers.' The result hinges open his ability tolo'eo. ""If he fai'e. Chaney's btows- will cause dismay lri the Mar camp." . ,; ": v ' : '; 'f'' ' - If .George la soccessfut . In gettinfe ' to Mars with his crushing walropa, he: will slacken the speed of the Kayo kid !ron- aiaeraciy, and without thle necessary ad ... . . i. r- - . ft - .. junci tenancy: wvuta ee -tw-e. gooa poetKon to add the name of K, P. Mare & hla long list of knockouts.' At any rn-te, it Is going to be Borne -contest, and Billy CfBrten,- the i promoter, is fortunate -In securing the pac1os Redland field aa the .scene of action.' ' Nothing else is be-InB oiscusaed tn a port circle, and all the space available will -be needed to houre the crowd that will ' see the little fellows In action. - - ' .. 1 A rrrlwtnd-up -wf- 10 round between, Dick Stofeh, of Cleveland, and -' Erwln Margolia,' a brother ef Mars, will precede the main ge. and thl contest promle much : excitement - Both Maxgells I and Slosh 00 me here highly touted, and as each bey is anxloua to make h?s local hew with a winner, plenty of action Will be crowded Into their meeting. . '' '' ."A eurtaln-ralssr of six reunda pwlll bring together . Billy Reece; of Reading, Okie, end Billy Henntgan, tof the . West End,. both lightweights, te he followed hy another bout of six: round .' bet we:i Frank! Dean.;f Dayton. Ky., ! and Young GoldfTMUi of C-hattanooga. (The first preliminary will go on at 8:30. i"Lou Eiunan wKl referee all bouu.' L park emptoyee ' and presented It t Joe, wbq thaeauehly pfaiaa4 ta attoitoa. Caaer na too armiMilur of hun art da at I rtead la ht uunm. i i ' BaaineaW Maaaaer Buba Cook, cf th Cuba. Is thlaklaa of arsaauuag a iaaa frean the rah 10 rieit tiara aa tua tall aad nil th Brdt 4aCa tlwoa. which have bee caarolod. He will ia a club ver If th Cnhaaa Mm mot t ftay Marma4. who ha placed hlmaelf la a r " wor aeeaisr bau aeuna caaaet May with or against aim. , I. Fraak Bancroft , haa oumplet4 th roaUr el th All-National 'team which will make tb trip to the roam thl fall t play asaJaat the AthMlra. Hla llae-up win Include Alnurftr, Mayer aad Teareae, p; KtiHfer aad Clark. ; io; Mroh, gb: richer, a; Byrae. hj raxwy. If; aaodrreea. cf: Burna. rf-lf. A left-hand altchoe. probably Jim Vaoha, of tb Cub, will bo added to the Bat. Moat of th Athletic will make th trip, bet Connie Mac Im nsurlag ee : adding Walter Johnaoo throe of the 'Detroit' ilum to WW Hita-ia Tb Nationals Brill wee blue uniform a. -Kh red trtmmtnea. atocklnc and cap. Tb trip win pa Kjawr. Ortaber I, la MnaneaiiU. and the teams will re ma la 1 California uaUl tb Srat aak a Deeeeawar. They will return bome by r of Js'ew Mexico Vnd Tasa. dta. oaadtne In New Orleans la time for ail Beia te rn taatr borne fr ChrtMmaa ! Ttar Oraham ot hie Srot rbaae e e4rt a same mi Pr-t baae. He handled hlmaelf very well a the baa, but popped out hi ftret two time up, aad Doc - Miller wa arnt ta bat lor him la the fifth la the hep of settlns aa-bar rua. Mil Kelkoew aalatud tb gaat at th Srat corner , Tom Clarke went behlad the bat fnr tb Srat thwe tn a couple of week and Mt hard aa If he had boen lo the sum every day. HH flrat rap wa aa luaeapected one. In dodglnc a bail that waa wajr tiMtda th pmt hi bat hit the ball and It carried aa a tine t rlsht field for a pretty a bit a waa ever snaA. They count, fuel a much when they are an-tntaautooal aa wha you take healthy a wine Pete Knleeiy little reller m th seventh won the same for the Cub and I odd en tally doubled Be to" a battlag areraau, which waa .494. ThM hit gave him two out f 42 time up and la-creaaed hla aver to jhlS, which I mm lump. The hit waa mora Imaoeeant t th Cuha than to Pet, for It waa good fnr three rua. beta foUowod by aoano fy buatlag and a lucky hit by Zlm. Jlttipav Arrheefand Lsvendey were badly focled cn A mea a bunt In the sth Inning. The ball atari ed la reJt down tnward Arat baae. clnee to the line and ther both tbouaht It wa aotn to roll f-uil aa aid not attempt o pick It uo. fht rkr . howerr. had snm f nwelteb oa It. rtrrhll. iir.-4 there br Mr I nw. aw. mmmsi of r .Ulna -, it eurvee around in -he other direction and nettled on fate rren4V a fe t taMon the time, eivlne I eon c red It f . r a kit. and not a aacrino. Un fortu nate ir tne neit trtre batters could do nothing for Mm and Clarke. w wa h'd ef him, ; and 'Hie rhancelto sew ud the gam waa wanted. Hemes- made a a rend effort . hut hla Una drlvo wont r aht Into Baler's band. j j Th Bed had th mlrfortun tj drop from Sfth ta evmh place ta-twe daye without the oth' trm Diarize a gam. Their flrat dfat by th Cuba enabled tb PhlHIe to p-i them, aad reaierday'a exhibition put the Brooklyn nheed of thm. If the other teama In the aee-ond dhrh-toa had been alaytna our boy a might have been euchb.er nrnih. . , . r. The Cobs r now only half a rame behind the Cnrdlnala and three eamea and a half behind the fllante with a fair rhnce of Im. provtna- their poflt'on in the next 10 day, dur. tag which tbr. play ne club esrept th Rede and Pirate, Thfy rtlll have a chance for th hioheet honor Vut on th form a Sown in th two same here are eaot te be eeeoMtred any too aurloualy. even tbouyh they aye o close to the toe. j j .- Jimmy L render gt eredlt for the Cub victory, aa tbe team, wrnt to the front In th flrat half of Che seventh, before Zabrl Went to the box. Awe I charred with tb Red defeat, aa all th Cub tallies were mad while be waa working.. . .j f r....; '.!- ... ; - ' ' : The Cube war oM off yeateedav, end Heine Zlrfi sw aolna- to atrlkc, all br himaelf. when be found hi choek waa 4200 ahv. Three fl-i mounif.g tt thnt m hid been ex'ructed b. fore the check sent on. and Z'm declared thU he would sot ataad for It. At Biat a Mi ft. . ft. AIM .MA. .I.. . A . W W ! I.,., ehnneed Me mind nnd 4-tcd ti t-t rho wate rrrt until ha r t. haek te WNM on BaJur. day. when b r.-rll take It up with Prelrtnt Thorn. He w fined f 10 bv President Tener for aettlne into a firht with the Biaten playora laat eeekft. liO by the -club fnr bring nut eut ef the same on that day and 8V for vettta: tbe can th fallowing car, Agrxnaive battling, - Th commute havtag eearg of ik errene, ments for the-'teBtimoulal to be. nreaente o Maarey'Herare-.; f the Bed", en Swear. Sen. tamber -is. aa an appreciation eg n ablit'y. atnmma and loraity a manager or trie tocai B. ha ertabllrhed Roadquartere In Boom . of the Chamber of Cimmerce. Contribu tion te the fund are "belne avelve-t frm nromlnrnt follower f th game n thla city, ne well a from eoeaCenat, vtrltore from outlying -dltrlct. Th-members of th committee, of which "Mr. Jame P. Orr 1 Chairman, report Iptene enthlilm over th project to recognise, in a nubet.ntlal way, th good and faithful work 1fe hv Heranx atnee ha bo-cam manager, of th Reds, and th proanect are that th tewtimonlH will he th handromt eve presented ef player by Cincinnati fan. : ... r. . ,; . j . . .ft..,. i--v. ,:. motoectcxe iiaces. r - Morton. Grave; ad Larry F1ckenatn,. tb champion mojqrcycl rtrtera, have their machine welt tuned up for to-night's event at th - Lagoon ' Motordotn and aom at time It. xnotd, Beginning at tN o'ekxk. the following program will h rgced . qft: ., ... ,r.',-: Event 1 Two mile. i?tarter: Morton Oravea, Tex Richard. O. Meyers. Henry Lewla.' . Event 3Twb Kilt Start era: Larry Fleck, enatem. Cbarl , SMdduth, Pav Klnnia, Roy Mllntr. : - 1 . -' . Event Three .- mileaj' Metordome ' sweepstakes. .First two rider in each f the twa-mile heats nuaiifylng. . .' , lvet 4 One mil. Siarteia: M Hon Qiavaa, Ti-rrv Fleckenateln. Chaxlea Sudduth Dare K'nnie. i - - v , i Event 5 One. mile,, ftrtera: Tex RlchArda, Q. Mcvrr. Roy Slilner. Henry Lew is. - r Fvent 6 LB"nn Perbv. First two riders Jn ea.n of tbe to-miia heat Qua'...'yljii. , LeadsTo aSoxyiotory. Pemmitt Draws It In Fifteenth In. - sing, and Senators Suffer Third Defeat By Cal's Crew. s . WMhlnrtott." Be pterjiber 1. Chicago mad It three straisht from Washlnrten to-day by win. nlng, A to 4. In J8 Inalnga. Dammltt scorad the winning ran on Collin' single after "-Ung a ltas on balls and taking second en an error. Scott held th local to.jtln hlta, only on of which earn after th ninth Inning, but his poor throw to third baa In th alnth al. lowed Washington to tie the score. Bcor; ' CHICAGO. I .WASHINGTON. ABJi.IXj.A-K IVrn'ttftU 6 0,MoUr.rf. 4 X 0 Weavor. T I 411 0 Kotr,8b. 6 1 S 6 Coiaaaof. 6 t T 0 0(Mllaa.ef.. 4 4 0 o 0 0 0 r-mW,lh 4 tl ( II MltchelLlf 4 Kota.n... o i o v 8oaaik.c. 4 3 T T O kandiLlh- 6 Monfaa.Za 9 41 14 III 1 0 14 4 4 4 0 0 0 0 4 B'kMira.3b 1 1 S Mfbnft a AVUl aaa. 6 Brtoa6h 6 6 1.00 SaoU.... I M I 1 Ayre.p... -3 Harpar.a., 0 !lu.p.i 1 I'Aeoeta... 1 TMal..4U45S4 -1 t Ainamlta, . O IBhaaka... 1 Totals. .AS 4 49 21 4 BatUd for Arm la th elirtith. tBaa for Williams la tb fifteenth. (BatUd for Shaw In th fifteenth. . - tnntegs..,. ltt4l4T8trUllU1l 15- Chlca , lOOIIOOOl O O ft O 4 1-4 Waahlagtoa. SO04404O4 4 4 4 4 4 4-4 Two-Baa Kit Wearer. Thr-Ba Hit Moeller, Milan. Hlta Off Ayr, S la 4 tnnlngst od Harper, 4 in 1 Inning: off 8haw, 3 In 4 mains, iwrnnee hki (joinna a, ium. SacrlAoo Pile Touraitr. Breton. - 4tola Baee OolliU. Both. McBrld. Poubl Play Wll-llatp and Oandll; Horgan (unaaalsted). Left on Baa Chicago. Waaatnfton, 4. niwt Baa oa Ball OS Scott. 3: oft Ayr. 1: efl! Harper. I: off Rbv. a. Plrat Baaa oa Enuia Chicago, a. truck Out By 8ott. 6; by Ayr, 6: by Harper I; by Bha S. Wild Pltcho Harper g. Titn--4.-w. yaipiref-taiu . aaa Connelly. ; - -.-'.,... ; TIGERS EVEN IT TJP. " New Tork, 1 September J. Oetrolt vad Its series with Hew Tork her to-day by taking th fourth gam by a roar of to 2. Th oon-tet ws won ' la th third. whan Detroit soared two runs en a pes to Bush and sMCCenty stag! by VI tt, Cobb sad Crawford. Scar: DHTBOIT. j MEW YORK. AB.H.PO.A.E' AB.H.PO.A.E Bush. ..( ! 8 8 O Malael. 8b. 4 2 8 1 4 .. a i m a v jaanw, o. a a o . 4 8 8 4 4HartsU.U 81304 ..6 1 S 6 O Cook. rf... 4 120 14 18 4 OCree. cf... 4 1 8 4 4 Vltt. 2b Cobb, of Crfora.rf Veach, If. I I S 0 4 Mullen, lb. 4 4 S 1 4 see Mullen, lb. 4 o a 1 o 8 4 OPenk'ca. 4 4 14 Duma. a I mm Orwak'ca. 4 O 1 4 Jtort y. 4 u i a 1 4 t8weene 4 I 4 0 4 4 1 O ltoone, Zb. SIZ40 4 1 O aicHaJ. p 8 4 1 0 IMana re, e 8 O mm no a. w a o I Total u in a of Tout 83 -7 8x11 4 nam aa 1.8 8 4 4 4 184 Detroit New York ...... 018440040- 41414000- Two Uaa Hit Been. Vltt. Sweeney. Burna. Sacria.e Hlla Vltt. acHnc Fly Staaaf. Stolen Baae Vearh Oebfe. Oaalael. Ceok. Left oa Baaee New Tork. 4: Detroit. Id. Baae ee Halle Off McHal. 4; off Beynotd. 1. PtrU.'k Out By MclUle. 3 by ReyaoMa. 3. Hit by pttcaor ny Mertai tnurno. Time 1:6. Urn. pltM-KyLetwalla and Hlldebrand. - V ; -j; 4 PRATT TOSSES ONE AWAY. ; Boeton. Sept em her L Baeton. won b Ah game of lo-day's double-header with) Hu Louis, T te 4 aad 4 tat The first control wa a tlufgtng match. The od wa pitcher duel. Ir. which Larerens. the SC Louis twtrkw, lost the decistoa ee a result o( hi team ma lea cr-oia. althawgh he alluwtd ealy four hU Bee-loo 'a thro rua ta the fourth an trig were a.1 due to wild ; throwa Igr Pratt, the 4X Louie The cori - -. - - .. .-r First Game. , BOeSTON. ST. LOUIS. A1a.U-KXA.Ci Aa.H.r-O.A.E Hoooer rt. a 4 8 e O AueOn. 3b, 4 1114 Lanaaa.B 0 4 4 e e iivaa. aa. 4 1 4;f4ten.-f 4 I ..rVait, 2b.. 4 1 eC.B-al'r. U 8 4 4 Wll'ma rf 4 4 , Leery. lh-. 8 8 14 Krdtent.p, 4 4 4 Scot,, a.. 4-1 3 8tiaoe!or.c( 8 8 8 Lei.lf.. 4 2 8 H-M ei.1 S S S Jaa-.rta.3b 3 10 Oerw'r. Ik l.t 4 Carrl caa.c 4 8 4 S 4 W 8 2 8 4 4 1 4 4. 4 4 14 1 S S 4 1 44 l O 4 4 w.Jenklaa, C. 3 ! 4 Anew. ., 3 u V. ! I man. p 1 Col'.lna. P. S 1 4 O 1 Levereni V 4 Raha. rf.. I O 4 4 O tB. Walker 1 GaJnar... $ , 4 4 4 Oj -I Total., 83 8 Tot!.. 81 11 TT 13 8j - 24 "51 Batted for Hooper tn tb aeveaHh. f Batted for Leverrag hi the alnta. lanlnga Bntoa 1 L.144U44 71 SC Louis 4 t I t t t 1 Hi Two-Beau Hit Shottee. Wlliuuna; Leery. Pratt 3. Throe-.Ba.ae Hit Lewla, Speaker. Carrigan. Hit OAT Colltna. T In T l.-inlnga; off Leonard. 1 la on third latilns; off Hed lent, aen In oa and two third laniaga: ear W.. man. 14 In 7 1-8-lanlnga; off Lovorana, 1 la two thirds lnnla. Sacrlfico Hit IlobHtxelL Rarriftc Fry C Walker. .Mtolen Baaa -Pratt. C Walker. Hon per. Hpeakir-. Jaavrin. Left u Baera-Heatoe. 4; Ft. Louie. 4. First Baaa en Balls-OflVoillp. 2; off Wellman, 8; off Leonard. I. Tlrat Baaa on Birwe St. Loula. 1. Struck Out By Col Una. 4: by WeUaiaa, S; by Bedlent, 1, Time-IW, UmflrteDlnoen and Egaa. - S4comi Gs-tn. - - BOeJTON, BT. LOUIS. AB. H PO.A-E, AB.H.PO.A.B Hooper,rf 4.411 oUaetln, 8b 4 4 1 a 1 Scott aa.. 4 14 10 rhottan, cf 8 0 S 0 0 Si-raker.rf 8 8 3 1 4-Prn. Sb.. 4 '8 3 8 3 Lewla. H. I 4 1 1 OCWaT. If 4 1 4 4 4 Hobr 11.1b 8 0 13 1 O.WUIla'a. rf 4 18 0 4 JanVa. 2h 4 0 0 7 1 L-ai-r. lb. I 111 I I (tard'r. 8b 3 4 12 OWallaee.s 8 12 8 4 Thomaa. 8 4 4 8 tfjonklna, e. 8 4 4 1 4 Chore, p.. S 1 4 1 liLvrena.p 3 0 0 1 0 Twaii . tn 11 Total ..si a a ta e Inning ...'......T 1 2 I 11 S 7 8 8 Boaioa ....v-...,.., 0 f0 8 4 0 1 X 4 Bt. Leute .J 004O 4 84 0 O-3 Two-Baae Hlta Leory. - Pratt. Sneaker. Three-Uaae HH Pratt, ataertnoe HM Jenklna. Blot en Baaee Speaker. Hoblitaell. Double Play Austin, Pratt and Leery. Left on Bases Boeton. 8; St. Louia. 4. First Baa on Balls- Oft Shore.- 1; en Leveren. 8. Fleet Baa on KSTort" Beet oa. 2: hi Loula, 1. Struck Out-By Shor. 4; by Leveren. 8. Time 2:00. Urn-pireo Eemn end Dlnee. . r- . , - AIJnriT AWTTJlt v - Philedelphta, - September 1.- Philadelphia closed a Very ouncaanful heeae stand by win-nlng to-day gam from Cleveland. 18 to 8, thereby making the third awoeeealv clean werp ot a awrte with tb Map, with aa axtae. game thrown m when tb latter stopped off here for-a eontest twe weak ago. Th bom team - kaoeked Bteen off the rubber la the fourth, aad Blaadlag met a similar fat la th erenth. " CNell had a Anger ae lit by a foul tip, and waa forced te leave the game. While at home Philadelphia won 14 game and loat 4. giving th Hu victories out, ef the laat 46 eon-testa. Score: . , , . CLEVELAND.-' PHILADELPHIA. AB,H.POA.Bi AB.H.P0.A.B LeiDoia.ci u v 1, Jfiurpny.rr. ii 3 it 0 Chap'n.2b 4 8 0 1" 8V. alah.cf .-. 8 8 2 0 WtoU.rt. . 1 I 0 u cyailna.Zh.. 18 3 lAlpte.lb.-4 012 1 e.Kopf,2b.. 1 kirge.lf.. 8 2 4 6 IBaker.ab.. 1 1 3 U lit 1 3.0 8 3 4 2 4 1 111 1' 0 1 Turner. 8b. 4 1 8 3 OMcInnlalb 4 Wamb'i, 3 116 O Davica.lt.. 4 0'NeUl.c. 2 ill -1 Ban-y.ee.. 8 Egan.c... 3 12 1 0,8chang.o.. 8 Bteen.p... 1 1 U 0 MoAvoy.e. Blandlng.p 2 0 4 4 4 tender,.. 2 Dilling'r.D 0 0 0-O 4 Wrckoff.n. 1 0 0 0 Courab,. 1 00 a QirThempevm 4 0 0 0 0 Total, ,.83 SS4H 3, Totalo T.37 14 ST 11 1 Batted for Dllllnger in the l.n.lh, t Batted for Bender In th seventh. ' T Inning .......... 1 3 8 4 S S T 8 CSovaand 0 O 0 0 O 1 1 1 O 8 PhtledelphU 1 3 0 8 6 0 4 1 a 1 Two-Baa Hit Wambaranaa. - fhmm.n. WaJh." Barry. Three.Uaee Hit Kopf, Baitr. Davie. McAvoy. Hitev-fjff Steen, in 6 In-nlngs (none out In th fourth)) off Blandlng 7 tn 3ta innlngfi oft DiUinge- a in IV Inning; off Bender. T In 7 Inning, off TA'ycknff, 2 in 8 Innlnga. Sacrifice Hit Murphy, Mclnnls. Baca rifle Fly Murphy. Stolen Baae Culll, Mur-phr 8. Coumh, Double Plave gchan and Collin; Baker. Col Una and Mclnn!; Kgsn and Turner. - Left on Baaea Cleveland, 6: Philadelphia. 7. First Baa on BaUa Off 8teon, 1;' off Blndlng. 5t pa Dllllnger. 1; off . Wyokoff, 1: Bender, 2. First Baa oa Errora Philadelphia. '1. Btruck Out By Steen, 1; by Blandlng. 1; by PlHIngfr. 1; by Bender, f. paeaed Bell Beep, Wild Pitehe Eten, Bleeding. . Tim-2:o. Vmplreelivaaji and Hamp, Wan. .'. - - - ,. . o ' AIL.STAES BLAIIXED. gPSCIAL M WATCH TO TBX CXQCIXE. Weat Baden." Ind .- Septerm er ' 1. The tVert Baden Sprudela kantled the Cwlagton (Kv.) AU-Stara a ehut-eu hee t-day In the second of tbn -gm e lee. . Miller, i.n th.- mound for the Sprudels, nil gre-.t . work and only lowei the viallora three, hits. The icoie: Innlnga...... 1 3 84S47a R.H.E Covlng'n A.-8. 4 0 0 0 4 0 0 0:0-0 8 i frrudeis .,,.r.'i.o 0. o-e. i o x-a 10 1 Batterle Covl""on All-Ptnra, Efy anl Peck; Sprudela. lx.,.ier knd Cobba, " BASEBALL GRIEFS. Chicago, September 1. MordecaJ Brown, suo-oeoded aa manager of the 8t. Louia Federal few vi.Mft tmu- . m-i- hnrama a momber of tha Brooklyn team .of the tarn league. Th Brooklyn club aeaumed Brown" a , contract, which, it is said, call for a salary of 7.SuO a year for three yer, and h la expected t Join his sew club at Buffalo to-morrow. Chicago. September L Fielder A- Jone re-ignod th presidency of th Northwestern League of orsanlaed beaoball to become manager of th St. Louis Federal League Club b caut he waa offered so much money that h could et refuee, to former loader of th Chicago American Ltagu Club aaaartod bar to-dy. v - j s - .. "It was -g' question of business with ma Jones said. left organised baseball bause 1 waa offered such: a big propoalUon that I Imply waa forced to-tako ft." New York, September 1. David I Fults, rmtuvm vi ion oueuati riajfia - , laaued a ' statement, to-night denying report that an erdr bad been laaued pronioiiing fraternity member trr-m playing post-eaaoa eHea with the Philadelphia Athletic a.' Mem ber are at liberty , to take their own course in maturs ucn aa mis. n ja.- i - Boeton, September 1. Derrlll Pratt, second baseman of th fit- Lu la American Loagu teem, was married to-nlsht to Mlaa Leon tine Ramaaur. of St. Ptraburg. . Fla. Th couple mat during th spring training trip of the St. Louie team. Clubtnate of ik groora gave tnem a en oat of auver. sraciAS. mTcw xe ran rxocraaa. Grwaitflaid. Mass., September ' L John X, Dowd. formerly of Boat on. now second baa ue iouaJ team or the Twta State Vu ahot 'hroujrh tho nhx tiiirh y to-day by John W. Power. PvArer waa arrejnod ia us looal Gpvrt te-iay aad hold la 4i.0fj0 for a hearing September 8. Dowd aad a friend were caUUg en a friend of their naf the Down reeldenee. and by invitation of Mr a" pewara th party adjourned to the plasa of th Powor homestead. Mr. Powers ob-Joettng to their prueaea, opened Sk en Dowd and inflicted a slight wound In the right bis. a e . m srectAb ntsrarcn to Tas Byciasa. . , Chicago, peptembef 1. Cy Falknberg kept the IndUaapolls Federalf In flrst place by trimming th Chifeda this afternoon, 4 to 0. The Mcale Mt the fetweer American Leaguer fa only , four widely catted alag loa, and th long bey did not issue a base on hall. Pre nder gaat. who atarted for th local astd only two Inning.' ' Th ecore: - CHICAGO. INDIANAPOLIS. AB.H-PO.A-lJ AB.H.PO.A.E Flackftlf... 4 4 0 O.OCmpbell.rf 6 11 0 0 neider.Sb. 4 4 4 l- i vd-rit-ao, a 4 4 3;0!Kauff.cf... 4 4 4 4-r McK'IcSh. 11 1 Wllaoo-e.. 4 4 10 Zwlll'g.cf. 4 4 8 Wlckrd.rf 8 8 Crr.lb.. 4 213 14 1 10 Eamond.e. 4 2 3 4 ' I . O aV-neor.U... 8 4 1 3 0 OKarlden.c. 4 I 4 1 4 I Vftlkki,. 4 4 2 Tlnkar.a. 8 Staaley.es 4 Beck.lb.. 3 FarreUO. S Pdgaat.pl r--k.p.... 3 Walah.... v lie 4 0 8 j04 A A A : A Total.. 82 11 2T 14 tt V V v - V Total. 3t 4 2716:8 'Batted for Tinker In seventh. Inning 1 2 8 4 8 4 7 8 8 Indlanapelt 'l 4 1 4 4 0 4 4 44 Chicago ...;4 4 0 4 4 0 4 4 0-4 -,""""rTT' .71-, P. ampoeii. K-aua. Mennce Mlt - avawtw-ar ! winli 41tlwt 0aSJ gaa nit9 Vandergrtft. McKechnl 3. 8truck Out-By t-rtnooraaav. y siaa. g; by re-keeber. 3. Baae on Ball Off Flak. L Double Pktye Ftak te Wllsoe to Beck; Falhertberg to Emond tn Car; Tlaka I Farrell te Aeck. Hire Off Preadergast, 1 la 2 tnnlnga Left on Usee Chleage. 4t lad lena polk-. 4. Ttm lAo. I'm. P-ree AnderaoB and Croa. AUeodaace X6UQ. ' . ! ' :. BEEELS BEEAK LOSLHO STEEAX. erscta, ptePATcn ra Tag gsocigsa. ; PHtAbur. Penal.' Stptembw L The Rebel broke their Voam luatng streak this afteroooa-emntn tnm BaJtlraor 3 la 1 In 14 mains. The Visitor plied ut five errer behind gugx. while Dicgaoa .wa given- good support. The f BALTIMORE. I . PITTBHCRO. I t AURrAAa All.H.lXXA-K! Kom'er.lf 3 3 8 0 o;jonra If.. 4 2 0 Q Dune an. rf 4 0 8 4)1 Kevaxe. rf 4 8 2 14 C-lf- 'I; ? M iwoekea. tf, I 1 I Walah. 3b 4 I 1 8 j 8 Len'oxjb. 8 4 O 4 4 Swaa.lb. 4.411-4 1 Ytrkea. ee. 3 13 7 4 Doolan. ae 4 4 3 T LewU. Zb. 8 4 5 3 0 Knabe 34 4'4 1 3 e H beeev lb S 1 17 O 4 RumalleV 4 11 i ! 4 BerryTe.; 4 o 1 0 Suae, ,4 n iw-,Dtckea., 4 0 4 8 4 Tot!. 44 424 I4 j 8 Tvtal ..34 T 3 IS 4 ftTwe out whew wineun; run was cere. Innlnae 1484647. 4 4 10 . Baltimore ....... 4 0 4144040 4-1 PHUbuex ........ 4 JO 4 0 4 1 4 0 4 1 Bune Baltimore BaUa: Pittaburg. ftaTage 2. Two-Baae Hta Walah. Oak. Th ee-Baae H Bate. Baera en BalmOff Sugg, a: rHrkaon. 1. Struck Out Br Sue, 1. Doable Play Doolaa te 8wrna. Time 1 XS. t'mptre . Geeckel and Cjiaack.- . :-' WilKams - . .. J i . Ame Tennis Ghaiiip 2L NORBIS WTLT.TATiTa U, Newport, R, X-,- September L Catching the champion in rho doldrums and play-but with auaUlned brilliancy. R. Norris Williams II., of Philadelphia 'and Harvard, to-day snatchedahe chief lawn tennis honor of the country from -Maurice K. McLoughlln, ef Saw-Francisco, who had held it for two years. " 7 -- ' vWIlUatna victory , waa -in straight sets, the scorea being 10-8. : - " The yeault wa bn ef the greatest sur-priaes.of the .athletic, year.. .That WU-jlama might take a aet from the -1911 champion waa generally conceded by Close followers of the' game, but that he could make it tbrVg sets and match was regarded as entirely' Improbable. Hla own explanation after the match waa the one generally accepted by ail whogtw the contest. ,, i r s., . r . "Mao wa off .hla game," he said. - But MoLoughlin was nq farther under hla own game than Williams was above the brand of tennis which he had pre-vioualy displayed. '. There have beep tlmea since Wllliama entered the American tennl arena,' three years ago, when his play waa equal to McLong-hUn'g beat, hut. his brilliancy hu teen only in flashes, which It haa been his hardest prooiem xo rusiain. mo solved the problem to-day and It waa McLaughlin' a mla-fortuno that hla opponenft lflj sequence of successful rallies, perfect drives and unplayable aces foam! him far below par. -'All' of Williams'" shots seemed to eom through. Most ot the champion's landed In the net or out of court. William carried elt IT clean k gerv ice aoes to 11 for M.-Louf hlirt. In -addition, there were a score of services 'which McLoughlln Just managed to reach and which were' lea ienlly credited ' as neta or outa. The crowd of eager follower of k the game accepted Williams's capture of the initial set a a spasmodic burst, although his tennis then was eompellln?, for he acored rilr.e placements anl six- aervio SCRATCHED Five Hits Off Gallia. Hoosiers Unable To Get In Any Solid Blows and They Lose Again Ta - Blaes-hexipsW&lioped. j 'Indianapolis. September I. Gallia, had th batter ef a pitching duel with Men to-day Kaaaa City winnuur th aecond game of the aerlee b the or at S te L BrteT twe-basger ptit Tltua on third and paved th way for the visitors' victory. CompvomwM pur-ply paaaed. filling th bar, and then Men unintentionally walked Downey, t oroing --ever a run. Wortmaa'a eut at first aeared the seeend th aecoad tally ef tb Inning. All five hits made by Indianapolis were aorau-hea. Boor: INDIAN APOL! SLrT KANSAS CITY. . AB.H-PO.A-B A-B-H-i-O. Relllay.tt. 8 4 10 UVstone 0 0 0 0 Kei'harrf O 0 4 O BrWUe-Sb 4 1 O 4 Mats 11. 1 ill 1 OIRailv 2b.. 4 0 8 8 0 OlMift-tick-cf. 4 0 4 0 OITItu. U...4 M Brief, lb.. 4 O.Came'ajrf. 8 0 Dpwwy.8b 8 (vjWort'aa.sa 8 O.Gcibal. e.. 3 hlOaw-a, ., 8 8 O 0 IU o o 0 h - S 0 0 8 0 14 0 0 0 0 10 Gnfl-tk.rf 4 0 O Oal'ay.. 4 0 S 4 CtM' 84 8 0 4 4 OoU. Of ,. s-iiii. uooacTi.e. Mers. Totals' .JB1 7 3T 10 0 Total .80 2T1T Oj Batted for ReUley in eighth. hmhvrs .... ..... 1 S 3 4 4 4 T 8 4 Indtaaaeolla ....... OOOOOOOIO 1 Kanaa City ....... 0040 0 080-1 8 Two-Base Htte-Brlef 2. Left on Base-In-diaaaaolla. 4 Kanaaa City. A Deabl Play Men and Mots. Baae oa Bella Off efer. 3-Struok Out Br Mers. 1: by Gallia. 3, Stolen Pas Goaeett, teerince Fly Lirtnratone. Bae-rlflre Hit Mart-, Time 1-20. Umpire-Murray and Jot-neon. . . rm TO&EE HTJELZR3 WAT.rTI)s LoqlrrlU. September L-Tbre pitcher were unabl t arven,t Leulavni defeating Milwaukee to-day by the score of U to 3. ' Besides being bit opportunely the visiting t wirier were wiltL, Tb oor;i MJLWAUKr-ia - l -LOUISVILLE. . AB.H.1-0. A.Kj AEH.ro.AS Berg.... 4 0 2 1 0 BuT-h.rf... 1 i a 1 0 Clark.Sb.. 8 0 Bandali.rf 4 1 Lwl.3h.. 4 1 Fhe.hm.li 4 1 Beall.rf... S 0 Husheaa. 8.3 M'Craw.e. 1?1 TJona.lb 8 1 s a 1 4 4 r 4 a o 9 8 3 0 4 1' OStanay.Sb 2 lClahaa.lf. 4 ll-rrereld.e-. 8 i.Oloia.cf.. 8 M'l-arry.Sb 4 4 Welab'g.lb 4 OiUumll'r, 2 4 Taylor.pw. 3 0 1 1 4 3 4 . 1 4 3 4 114 1 4 0 4 0 0 0 4 4 4 0 1 4 o 4 T 0 4 4 Her ilk. p.. l o e s Shark d.p Tetaif,,, iwzi v v anon.p J-Joae.. .14 4 4 0J Total. .33 T2414 81 Batted for Cnrlsea la th alnta. . m .m a anoan. 1 nninp. .... .... . m m . -m m . - Milwaukee 44440OO1 12 LoulsvlUe ......... 0J804080 x 11 Two-Baa Hit McLajry - X Hugh, Bue-mlller, Bandill. Three-Baae - Hrt Weinlerg Kio'ea Pawn Seven 11, J, Jenee. Dpjbi May Buemlliee to MoLerry te Weinlvig. Sarrluo Hlla Ptana bury 3. Sacrifice File Weinberg, Buemlller. Berg. Paaea rn BaUa Off Taylor. 4: og Hevllk. 4; off Shackelford. 3; et Cari- wm. 4. Left on Raaea-Mllwaukee 8: Louie TL,,, - i wT.-ft.Lr.er a t. two n-i two third innings: off Shackelford. 8 la . on and twe third tnntnre;- off Cariawat, 8 h four ln- ninira. Strwck Out By Taylor. 3: by Carlson, 2. Wild Pitch Shackelford. , Time I: 8. Urn. pires Jobaeton and Irwin. ; SE3TAT0ES PHTCH OIT TWO. Columbu. ObJ. 6ptembe Le-Cslumbui took both ad of to-day' douole-bea4r with St. Paul, the ecore being 14 to. 3 end 4 t 8. Davie piuaed good ball la the opener,- while Sc bene berg and Ferry war hit bard bt tbe BMond. Seer;' . ..' - .' " i j . : - - Tirst Qaa4. - - COLUMBUS. - I j ST. PAUL. Z- i AAH I-OJI.E,' AB.H-PO.A-B mierton.er 431 1 otOR'ke.3b, 4 1 0 a 4 8 8 13 Daley.Sb. 8 3 8 W Nlleena... Oj Pad'ocb.rf 4 Hino aJib. o; Murray.lX. 01 Jamear... 4; capton-cf. I Autrey.lb. OjKarger.p. DelLIf-..., 4 Hlnc'a.rf.'a Mlller.lb. 4 HniUh.c. . (.4 Rob'aon.e 0 Jnhna.3b.-. 8 Oerber.aw 4 DavU.p., 4 1 2 a a a 1 4 4 0 a o t a 8 1 4 8 14 1 4 6 O 4.1 0 0 13 3 1 4 4 14 1 10 0 4 0 4 7 1 trj 27i4-i1 t24184 Totala, Innlnn 1 1 4 4 S 4 7 g 4 - Columbua .. .3 1 o 3 4 4 4 r a 14 8c Paul ............00 0 .8 -4, O 0 4 0 t 8loren Baae-Daley Sacrifice Hit pelL Jr. bar. Davla. Two-Base Hlta-nnvla. Bhelton. Hlrhmaa. Daley. Left ea Tmaae-Columbu. : St. Paul. A Doubt Play Kargar. Hlach-man. Autrey; Oerber. Daler. miliar Hit i PlteOer Paddock. Ska loan Baaa no feeiisi ',"1" P lager... Btruc Oat By Perla. For acea In SO points, or 80 per cent earned snora. v- -- - ' The set - was mrr quickly played, as only one game went te dence. That Wtl-lUms waa playing the best game of his career beg a te dawn upon the gallery when, he ran the second set up to three games to love, through MeLoughlln's errors. Then came- hie only reversal In the match, and his nets and outa gave McLoughlln a chane ta tie the score at three-alL The next stx games alternated, eaeh player winning hla eervlee. but WU-Uams. after, winning the thirteenth game on two errors by McLoughlln, a place and a teniae service nee, Jumped to the net and -drove the champion back Into deep court. From there MeLoue-hU. wan mi Into making aet end outa, giving the set mf vTiiuam. , - - - For a, slngio game, when be captured the first contest la' the third set en Wil liam, service, , It was felt McLoughlln had found himself again. Then the net began catching- hla returns, and Williams not only wen the champion's service but made it twe game to one a moment later on his own. After that the game alter nated oa the service until the fifteenth, wnen MeLeughlla broke through and gained a lead, of 8 te T on Williams's service. --. la the sixteenth rame McLoughlln waa within- two points of the get and the prospect of a SO minutes rest to regain" his fast-ebbing strength." when his three nets and a placement by 'Williams again tied the score at eight games all. ' Then the 1818 champion faded away. : '- The crowd saw the ahift of the tennl crown from the auburn-haired California., to the black-pompadourcd Phfladelphlan without the slightest demonstration, The result seemed too amaslng for words, much less for cheers, and the twe players, still the closest of friends, walked to the clubhouse unaccompanied. McLoughlln wore his characteristic smile,. while Williams seemed dased with hie new honors. Williams ig 22 years old.' Until thr4 yeara ago he was abaolutely unknown on, American tennl courts. He acquired his game In Switzerland, and when he appeared In - the summer of . 1912, after a miraculous escape from tbe sinking ateamer Titanic, he. proved the sensation of the season. He wa a member of the 1913 Davl Cup team and waa victorious in on of, his two matches. This year he fell before McLoughlln at Longwood and was ' defeated ' by both Wilding and Brookes in the Davis Cup events.- He entered Harvard in the fail ef 1912, The point and stroke analysis follows:-' Flrat t William.. .'..,... 1 4 2 4 4 4 1 4 430-4 ... 40408148 431 3 McLoughlln, Net. 0ta.PiaoeeAeea.D.F. William ftUcLoughlin ..,,.. o -; -, - m a - toe cond t: ft. William. aAtnigA4Hta nia McLoughlln. 8 0. 4448 8 0 141 8-39 ?fet. Ovt.f laceaAceaD-F, . 13 12 15 4- 3 .10 14 8 ..' 8 1 William McLoughlln Third -aet: TTV i 4 O 8 o 4 2 41 4 0 4 4 4 B 4 4r-M 10 McU 4 03434404O421648 1 149 8 w'r .1 .' Net, 0ut.PJncM.AceaD,F. William I...,...., 14 19 IS. 7 , 8 McLoughlln U . 15 .4 ";'.' a Recapitulation William won S reU, 21 jta.rr.ef, 12 no! n tat he made a. nety. I t ui. i)9 plncea. 17 acr Ice acea, 7 rtnu'rie hulta; he earned 44 per cent of hla atrokea. McLio . hliti won no seta, IT games, I14) polnta; he made d.1 neta 38 rmtg, 20. places,- H service aces, 3 Jirokea, U; h arned 30 Fer l hi V 0 it ft E If f :; '.; :: NOW - Bottled in Bond If Jtar toBtt cxsBrt tsffif jn, vrSi TBE ftEISCHlim CO., CI::!::2tif 0. 4; by Karger. 8. Wild Pitch Karger. Umpires O'Brien nnd Waatereelt. Time iM. ' Second Game. ' COLUMBUS, 8T, PAUL. AB.H.PO.A.H A.B.H.PO.A-E1 BheltOB.ef. g o 1 O O 0R'rk.3b 8 1 O 0 O rtenaon.ze e Z 4 Deli.lf... 4 S 4 4 W.Hi n.rf 8 12 0 Mlller.lb.. 4 1 12 1 Nllea.aa.... 4 4 1 3 W Paddock, rf 4 8 2 OO H.HI n.2b. 8 0 2 8 0 Murray.lf. 2 1 10 1 emith.e... 4 0 8 2 Johna.2b- 4 111 Glenn.c... 4 1 1 O 1 Capron,cf . 8 3 2 4 4 Lgorber.. 4 16 2 ncbne'g,p 0 4 0 Autrey.jp. - 12 1 o Mail.p.... '4 1 V o o -rerry.p, .. M , 1 O S Daley ... 1 1 0 0 tJames . .. 1 0 O 0 0 v Totala .3 12 84 10 1 Total .8 13 27 14 O) Batted for Sehenaberg tn econd. for Capron in ninth. - , tBatted Innlnn ........ 1 3 8 4 6 4 7- 8 4 - - V.-ll.U., ...... St. Paul -ft i ... 0 I S OOO 1 1 x 4 oaooosooo 8 Bacriflee Hlta W. Htnchman. Wurrar.. fiaerl- flco Fly Dell. Two-Base Hlte-Benson, DeH. W. H Inch man. Killer John Three-Baa Hit O-Rourkr. Left on Base Columbu. S; St. Paul. 4. Double pteye Beeeon, Oerber aad Miller; Oerber and Miller; eBnaon. Oerber end Millar. Hit by Pitcher H. Hmchman. by Ferry. Baee on Bella Off Be bene berg, 2; off Hall. 8. Struck Out By Hall, 4: by Ferry. 1. Hlta Off Bcboneberg. 4 tn two Innlnga; off Ferry S la aeven Innlna-a Wild Phehe Hall 6 Tlra le Umpire Westarvelt .and OBrlen. - - - ITTTX TFTRS TAKE SHORT ONE. Cleveland. 'Ohio, September L Minneapolis made It twe straight rictorica by shutUng Cleveland out. 8 to 0, to-day. The game was called tn the local's half of the !xtb lanlna on aecount of raiu end darkneae. Score: , MINNEAPOLIS. IJt.VHAPOLIS. f : . AB.H.PO.A.H " .cf.. 8 3 8 1 O'sou rhlor, Fletierf.t t A . AI OlftWil 1 Altiaer.aa Ron'u.if. WU'ms.2b Hunrr.lh T' bill. 3b W . 8tn h-c Nelar.p. : ft-' , 1 ft ft.. . ft . 4 8 OjKnlght.ea. 2 0 OILallv't-lb. 1 a. 1 o- 8 n8tump.2b. 1 IK.8mVrf. S O'ReUly.ab.. O H Blllinge., w Oi Cellam'e.p Total, . 21 81613 Ol Total.. J8 IS 12- 6 .One out when same wa called. Innings .7. ........ 1 3 8 4-6 4 - Minneapolis 1 0 0 10 O J CleveUnd , 0 0 0 0 0 40 "Two-Baa Hit " Aftlser. Uhler. SactI6 Hit Flea. Baaaa on Ball Off Oollamore, 1; off Jfelaon. 2. 8truck Out Br CoUamore, X. Left M Be Mlnaeapoll. 3; Cleveland. 8. rVftllKl- . T1. w A I 4 tVllllAm- aiwt VI Tint Time law. cuptree Owens and Otmnouy.' :XKSm ZSJZ ClTJlT. Conneaut Lake, Pensw September J. The favoritoa. Dr. - Directly- end Oreo lea Heart, wwe their race at ho openlna; of. the Lake Erie Circuit meeting bore to-day. Botb'ravcea were, wen la etraigbt heats. Ma la tin took the running race in easy fashion. Summarie: Tb S3 Pace Puree 640O: Dr. Directly wow," WvftR X-mm ' KWW W thlM XtAe CLEVELAND. . AB.H.FO.A.B th'n.ef 3 4 1 O o 8 110 0 8 4 1 14 1 011 0 0 2 116 0. X 4 0 O 4 S 1 1 3 0 8 4 3 1 Of t a 0 3 4' J I i . Tlme2:l4- ' f Thwa-:! Peon PTima SAOfH nmatant Weart ! won. Robert Red heart Second. Dandy K third. Baa-T-me 2:16. - The Five-Eighths Mfl Daah Malattoe wee. Law BuR eeooad. Blase o'Llght third. - Tlroo-, 18." - - . : t-- . ;. '. .-. , ' WOLOAST AHD 1VIULWD0T," PBotaL MnrsTen to'tus aaootaaa. ' Milwaukee. Wl.." September 1. Milwaukee oat September 18 will bare a duplication on a mall ncalo ef tb batttea between the French, and - the German, for Jo Mandot, th New Orleans Frenchman, haa been matched for a tea.round battl wUh Ad Wolgaat, th Michigan ex-chaaplon. a "the opening card ef Milwaukee' aghtlng aeaaon. Frank Mulkern. th mllli'maJro eewsboy, haa the signed article ef the twe boy,; sad will stag tb battl In th Hippodrome. ... , -The results ef the ladle bewtlng teurney at' Riser's alleys last night follow: Mrs. C V Mueller. S: Xra. ri. xueuer. 31; Mra. ponie man, 80S; Mrs. NageL 202; Mrs. Brick er. 1ST; Mra. Outer-rich. 1VM1; Mr. Orte. 146; - aire, Bybee. 188; Mr. BJeer, 168; Mrv Hgmaan. 147; Mr. Oard, 14L - KOTES OF THE CUE. - Ed ' BftUTroyne defeated ' Adolph Schreeder In a pocket billiard match at Matbawa's Place lt evening. 200 to 183. , .. ' . M ' '- ' ' '. Pittsburg Sells Pitcl : To New York Club trSClAL PtnTATCH TO TXX XQrrX, Pittsburg;. Petri-, September L Martin J. O'Toole. th pitcher who trained celebrity from the fact that, he is the highest-priced baseball player in the world, was to-day released 10, the Nw York, National League Club by the Pittsburg Club. Tb . sale price was not given out. In 1911 the locej club paid the St Paul Club, of the American Association, 822.500 for hi service, these fhrurea exceeding any sum ever, paid for a player. O'Toole was pot a success" .with the Pirates." Ha pitched bis first game for them August L 1911. flnlshipg the season with three victories and twe defeat. That was the only aeaaon In which he won more games that he lost - In 1912 he won 15 and loat 17, and in 1913 he won 8 and lost A- This season he ha been a. total failure, winning only. one game and los lng nine.. All together wblJe with '- the Pittsburg Club O'Toole won 25 games and lost. SH. for a percentage of .410. . , . ,The locnl club offlciala will not tell how much cash was got for 'Marty, or. what players will be turned over to them by. MeGraw a f tr . awhile. Waivers - were, aaked on O'Toole aeme time ago and ev-era! lube of the National League declined to waive claim to him.' but not one except New Tork would offer more 'than tha waiver . price for - him. He haa already gone to hla pew surroundings, to-cay 3 P. .... ED8 uc. GODS Tickets, STTtAUS'S, Gaxne 03. 7 DOri'T r.HSG THIS! -A MOTORCYCLE RACES . - " .'TOOflGHT AT 8.30, . LAGOON"," LUDLOW. KY. i fiRAVKS and FLrtKF.vt'ri'i The Two 100-MMe-an-Hour Dre-Dvll - SIX EIO liVEXXS ' a i v I V? t 1. : I

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