The Boston Globe from Boston, Massachusetts on August 24, 1904 · 5
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'SUDHOFF GETS HIS Champs again Hit Free ly1 Win From St Louis Browns 14 Na York Tokos Author Frill Chiczo. the Athletics, AMERICAN LEAGUE RESULTS. Atte114,.trpp, 'b 11 ,lit .141.W.!,1 1,,..11110 1--11ti American League Standing. L.tst won I 4,0 (VIM J. ......... I 1 4! 4.11 !.o) 1 , l ,,i ,. 4. ...... t", 4,11 ,; , .; American League Games Today. 4 aN 11 1 , r GREAT STICK WORK. , o 1 ; t , t!,,, t,.tt .t' tho hit ' 14 t t,l!d. xv1110. t , ,-1-.,111,16q that Slid' ,, , ,71.1 g .10, stut, (-pt. ' l' r4 ,.? ,t :t t I ht. pI;Lt4, I ' II, and loretnan ' '' I. , 'n' )1, 1rIck mrtkIrlg 4,'.1 cktnan0; 1 ' It 1, 1,1 ,,klt fOrdtr In I hf' ' 1,,,.11inco Iff.tting tt f., ttt. MY third Ittirt;et 1 t NV.1 fiat... hit , e I f, tn;.1,111 n luIf rim ' " t lorvit ft , s ,ity h cf.'s. to thy, t..! Sittil singled I t t., I 'did. tollins . ,,,,1 i rtitim f f'' t.r,ork itt first. I d Ity fourt 1. . itti ' T.,111,0,111 1111d thf l 1 , 1. nt a t 'k ' idaY, , j . ',IrttVk ti 4 l' ' : :t i! ,N hk. 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CIFFOR Do Sec., 0114 1;...tElt. 4 NItilti Stit1 c)0 4. n 11 1 ! , I I' '11 7 I. ' : , ' I i I, , , ,! ! , fa" .. LAST ' MATINEE OF BROWNIES ri;:t: fre.,e,,,4-7-i-4,--,,, p citio --. 4,),,7 1 1:r- Z,F---- tp7ide.p -c:::, i -- '''' - 6 SA- "1-ER CZ , ' V: I 1 l'i'I' ' tI-v.:d,'"'CccZ'---7 ' , r lN ,....,,., i s 1..' V A (I) ':'- , -j?., . ,'-t& e-1- v 141 s g," - 4 - I . . 40077 SLDES:--- - p ez r 416914frile0 - ,41116ik oVVYeJ MO, - 77- -- err,VCJ TOO :El.-, , IP' ::7:14:P:------ - - 71,-1.1'...;:r.:. - ----:..;;;;;,....--ii---le4t---;--?...,--,.......:.,,, I -..0,,- ,..2,-Sr -- , '', r"-.---'----.: woypo,-;..--,----- - - ,- - CAPIMN -0, ',,,,,1 ,:i.x?,- 1;,,o-----1,,,,,,-".-.1' .er4S:o . di,: . (,. ' I . No " Oiritid tri 4 ;')JPP4:e5, -,- ::",..ii;-- -- -;--;;., 10. 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The core: 1;44sToN A 1; It Bit TB 141 A E S41m,h ..... 5 u 0 0 1 0 0 Pti reut 119 5 2 3 4 8 5 11 Stoll! et 5 3 4 4 3 0 0 3b 1 2 3 3 I 0 i.e...mon et 4 1 1 1 1 0 0 I .11 ehnitea 11 .. 5 8 3 3 144 0 0 Vet tin 19, 4 1 1 1 8 0 0 erhier e I 2 2 4 1 0 p r 1 I 1 0 3 0 10,111o 41 11 17 21 27 10 0 20S S 1,011M Poot kott 1f., 4 0 8 3 1 1 1 . 4 0 2 2 n 4) 44 000 NVollittep elm 4 0 1 1 2 4 1 'W010,1111 rf 4 to 1 1 3 to to -1,otioot I h 4 11 0 41 4 4) . 3 40 41 I) I 4 0 , NIoo ifl :th 4 1 2 2 1 1 to won ' l'e.nnor 1 10 U 40 0 10 41,1m Sviti,infT 0... 2 0 0 0 0' 2 0 1 Stitition (.......... 1 0 1 1 3 it 1 fomt Ilyttos p. 2 0 Q 0 0 0 0 0,1 TOt alit 15 I 10 10 21 12 3 4F; lootoingoo 1 2 R 4 5 fi 7 Si 0 11ototooto 1 2 11 10 11 11 14 22.; st Ictutit 0 0 0 0 1 0 10 0 1 1 TWO. hr PIP Mtg. Parent. 4 oIfln. Three-hat0 Criger. hame4. rents. Ker. 'Entine,- hill. First Mime ( ! huliM. orr silithom .t'f Hynes. St.lirk ',tit. hv Tann Phill 2. by Ilynea 2 Ilnuhie phya. HMI Jon;; Talon Parent awl il-a,banoe. lilt ry pit,hed hat!. t Tannehill. h Hynes. O'Laughlin. Atu.ndanco n451. T. If, M. Echoes of the Game. C(IstOn Tr nis St Louts in the Last Garre of the Series. Some int t trig. Into n due for A win. - ' pit tin n If New Yortz to:d Iloston would have p. ! I Nttt taken the 1,..td. : ,. : L. l)lot, lt,,,nnt, lias recovered her hest form 1.1 1;th.1 should Like the rubber from Chi' ,.rr t.(t 1,1 pit,h .n4,1 this week. ' " I hit ttei'l); Happy Nvaril, Toby Lyons. Ilennie l t! ft I S azarrnn and a party nr friends rooted J H I tt 1, sante IF itoston front the back row of the ) L. s,ste tLf t,, It I. UlL tp ti.ent Ted Lewis was an interested spectator s .nH .I the at t l.. game. and called on the players. ,tti it, t,, ) i , Alcl'arthy. the elf'er tint- , of tin) 11,trvar1 team, enjoyittl "" 1111 ''"' ti. g ono. from the press box. , litg.r F rei Laht of the Imwell i t , 1 :' Int. it,..1 a pleasant time chatting with I.! 1..rrig T,L 117, rfryi(P4. r rt Voters. t larvard foot ' '''' 1 '''U "r -i.a'rty , 1. ,t:'. t ' l' I ' Ill'''!' eAl F Itho Sltannon tinw of Tacoma. but . , :.t . fornierly a floston royal rooter. en' ! IM1 1.4.: 'Y" tho PlaYing of the uhataploos. w.,r1t :it to's! 1 ', the aril HONORS ARE EASY. : (11,1.1A y,,1 I 11 , id,. it (11111 t itiutit Washington, With Hughes Pitching, t t f,wilk for the Wins the First GameDetroit ' ,! Takes the Second. , , , !,,, ,; so , : , sooti IOtLIZI t hitt WASIIINUTUN. AIM 2!--,11t,itors were t.,. III Mitt th4 y 1.,t I 4,1;1 y tile titotibitt- he:1(14.r tiP ' ' " ! 1'1 1,ft a 1....1 twveit NVashingtflil i tiI I Itt 1(61, till. 1 ,;, i IMP hit 1.14:11S winning the fir-t tut r.rriors. of ! ;, ! ;;; h the .1.1Y. the Nisiturs by the seore tot 7 b. ittid Collins the ettp4 w4tti by to..,,trults 140041 !, : when runs batting, 5 tu 1!. A uti4,.-11;tnt1a ratolt 1. ; : I I gattit, 441 Ite. itY Nict.tI'Mfrk Vag e n h fetur. uf the ..,!, o tiv games - , this sedmon afternoon play. ilit.ktnlin Wit,4 iiit ti... riewth 1.y a thrutAn I,.fl frutit N11111111 . I,o prItito with a arid Ilitti to nitre frtont the game. 1:11, I1 , wht trying to Sten ts'tttre, ;;..! ; 1 1 11),, i-,111 a go...I throw. 1.,,VAs.11 Alt 11 1111 1'11 A k, ,'1 4 t,t,7.-1 .111gled 1111ti fo 1 to to 1 to ", i t. froolp1,111 11111 :tto 4 1 41 to 1 4 to oo.,o r.o.,,ooo out hy oin 4 1 o to 3 4 It . lb It !1 1, II that lilt NVit o 4 1 to 0 2 to t o , r tho IcAt rt 4 1 1 I 1 r: i 1 14 t t d ittre 3 1 1 I :t tb , A ,:, , . that itri.rieg i 4 1 I I it . ! !, g ohl Sti)1, (-pt. Iluones 4 to 1 1 1 2 to M.rrul,L 1:1). 4 oont,vtin rt 4 larkp e 3 lIrtTlug lb 4 Ii1L P 4 Totals 341 7 11 II 21 14 J IlET11111T Ilitt,tt ef 4 0 0 0 2 0 MeIntyr" If 4 U 3 0 OP 4 41 l I I I 1 Urtssfora rt 4 1 2 2 to to 11 let. luau lb 4 1 3 4 10 to to 1 .0. :t, 4 1 1 2 2 I 4 4 41 1 I 3 I I 11 1,411rY a 41 2 3 2 5 0 p 4 to 1 1 1 4 I ote14 35 10 12 21 13 4 Inning 1 2 3 4 . 7 S AN'timhitighal U I U 0 0 1 U it 7 io 41 41 I 0 os I o 0 soo I 11,101L,11 41'1,o:try. 1'41.4ot) 104.T4. ern0 ti.I soico-010oo hi?,.. 1101. 11 nol-omono. llonlolg piny. 111000,4 miti Ting. 14,010 bnik. off Mullin 2. Struck ow, loy llookhoom 4. to. I ulitti 2. IArt on futhinitton ti, flotrolt 8. Time Ill 4010. pitTm. iu.fl nii.I Iiing. Aiteloimine 2000. SECOND GAME. Jacobson AA-aA hit freely in the serond gain.. 3 TO WW1 not given very good suoport. The score: 104.1104T All II ru.tt 4 re It 6 3I I rtt 5 1 th a . I111 4 ',parr .. I It.110 n 11 4 er,onhi II Mt 1 2 IT 3.11 111 A E a 1 40 40 4 o 40 i 0 3 40 so to 1 7 1 ft 41 a 1 1 1 h ti 4 1 1 41 I I I ;;, I I It II, 00 I) 40 1 41 00 H 0 1 1 12 27 4 I I 0 10 :: NVASIliNtiTICS fI...l et IP 2 uttk-Ilv Illioigninn 0 .st, I "nti,l k ::tp 4 1 liIH. tt0 Pt florin...! It, 4 0 kit tro.p.: 4 .ine..hstm p 4 0 'ot.I. 33 2 !,0191, I 2 tit, fl etwtille.0,0 9 I I 2 3 0 0 2 4 1 1 to 41 41 3 1 1 3 ti 0 1 1 2 I 2 41 41 0 0 . 1 1 T 0 1 1 6 1 I I 41 2 0 - s: 11 27 8 4 3 4 5 6 7 S II I. 2 1 44 ti 6 5 0 0 44 44 14 44 1 2 111,10;31. liti 11411Ct tt. Thy. ta.0! tit, UM S4,ritivi itt. lIl. 11..111.1p 0..3, 11,1111 r it.iSo ton riiv ilu 4 tl'Il 4.0. liy 41, by 7 lAit't 7. 1,4 t roll raid iiiiA .1.11AIC s7itii. At t IN A HOT FINISH. Cleveland Wins from the Athletics in 10 InningsLatter Tie Saiore in Ninth. I tE1,1111 Atig !1:1-1t1 :(1 till(g ttur-(i. t x(iting ( utitest. g (01 tht, 10(.:11 gr,mik(1.4 04E4 :season, Cii.V0 tictiy tod(ii th. 1,t,t r iips t-t rid Int'al.4 ttd th t,i tilt. tin laint h. it it Ili.: Dontami . td(rtt(11 in a tati, and 4t sit,p1 pkiIintil Mitt ie 1114 NT(11 1..11 ((tilted 1 or Waddell and 11,riter vent t ta onto' In I kw lat h. A LiiI0 kills. a :Angle tt. I rip!t won t ti win', for t 'l.'I; p1. liratIlvy was 10,nclo,(1 ht. umpirp. taoro; LA NI) A it It MI Tit PIO A G 1 2 2 2 I lb i tb it it it it I II. L fr 4 I I 2 a is 4 I io tO 4 t Iirs,,Ih 1I is to to to I I so"1,1111 to to it it it it it I Nrr it I I 11 to it 4 to 2 2 I s to IttooI,ow V 4 55 it it 2 to is 2 I is is 4 IP . . Totals 36 4 ö 7 30 1 a THE .. 40077 SLDES p r 4169111;27) oVVYeJ MO 014 ( k 14:,,,,11111(4:ri 1 A)2, !1,,, ,-1)y)Vx, .,, ; - ,-----,. , Tighe. 471Ya5PeRe 101JPIILL III LAL'ELPHIA It art se! If' 4 0 1 2 1 0 0 Plekoling et 5 0 0 0 2 0 1441s 1 2 4 0 0 L. Cross :lb 5 1 -1 1 1 2 0 Seyhoill rt 0 1 2 1 0 0 tirphy 2h 5 1 1 1 4) 1 0 Cro4441 fix 5022200 Sebre,k e 4 0 0 0 13 2 Wnoiciell p 2 0 0 0 0 1 4) Bernier 9 4) 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 4) 0 0 0 0 40 3 8 12 30 12 0 ilat led for Waddell in ninth. Innitws 1 2 n 4 ZS 6 7 A P 10 Cleveland 0 4) 40 2 0 4) 0 4) 41 2-1 0 0 it 0 0 0 0 0 2 1-3 Earhed runs. Cleveland. Philadelphia. Two-base hits. liartael Seybold. Thtee.base lilts. VI tlt. Davi.; Saorince hit. 1,11411. Stolen bases. L. Cross. Flick. Latole. loonble plaY. Bay. Turner and LaJnio. Left on bases. (IPA-eland 0. Philadelphia First base on balls, cif loonohne 3. off Waddell 3. off Bender I. I ilt by ultehel ball. ly Waddell. Struck out. I. I hmohne. by NVaddell 10. by Bender 2. I ilts. off Waddell 4 in 9 innings. off Bender 2 in 1 inning. Tulip 211 5nt. Umpire, Sheridan. Attendance 10,626. NEW YORK WINS AGAIN. Happy Jack Chesbro, With Perfect Support, Shuts Out the Chicago White Sox. NEV. YOTIN. Aug 23The New York Americarm scored another victory over the Chicago team in a very close game today. Cheshro's pitching and his excellent fielding .titipport wer, too much for the visitirs. Winte pitched a gmd game. holding the locals with the bases filled, but his wild throw. followed by Andersons single. gave N,,iv York the winning tally In the sevcnth inning. The $core: N EW YORK AR It 111 PO A Dolibtherty 4 ft 1 1 2 0 0 Kepler rt 4 11 1 o o o Fan,: et 3 0 1 2 1 0 0 Anderson I 1) 4 1 1 13 1 Eltovrteld N 4 4 3 th1117.0.1 21) 8 0 8 8 0 5 0 31) 3 to 2 2 40 2 Eirto,wr r o f; 1 o cheshre p 4 0 1 3 0 Totals 31 1 0 lo 27 15 0 (1114 At i0 1101111ex et 4 0 0 0 8 0 0 41;roton rt 4 41 1 1 1 0 0 1111 ha to It 4 41 0 41 11 0 0 1111-14 as 1 to to it 1 1 0 1.1.01 1 to 3 11 0 0 11 2 0 '1'a toothl litt 1 1 1 3 1 0 101111okt) 21) ..... 1 0 1 1 2 3 Sill!IN1141 1 41 40 40 6 2 0 NVIolte p 41 1 2 2 2 1 Tot ala ...... 0 4 5 24 11 1 ...... J 0 4 5 24 11 1 luilirter I 2 a 4 5 R 7 $ 9 7,s.ty York 0 U 0 0 t D I 0 I, Two,toaao hitto. Sacrifice hit. t ..nroy. I hmt,le playe. Liberrell and Anders.on: Tannehill. 1 oomion and Jh1I. t,len hrisea, lanzel 2. It oto WIS414, Nett' York I t. I Licago 2. First hase on halls. off Whito 4. Fir:4 base on errors NeW York. St rwic oat. hV Itc41,ro 0. by White A. 1e4 t,f311 Stillirin. Time. 111 41111. Umpire, Dwyer. A titn4ntice SECURES STRICKLETT. Boston Americans to Have One of the Best Pitchers in the American Association. MILWAUKEE. Aug 2EITTler Stricklett. known hi the loaschall worm as one of the f.xv pitchers who can control the ":pit ball. war today sold to the Boston American b.agne team. He will join the eastern team after the close of the present season. The money consideration for the deal has not been given out. but it is said that Boston pays about $2500 for the player. In addition. the roanagertent of the Milwaukee team nay get a Boston player. John I. Taylor. owner of the Boston team. wathed Stricklett pitch yestery. Stricklett was secured loy Pres Havener and manager Cantillon from the Chicago American league team. He was purchased outright to take the plaee of Elmer Meredith . sold to the Salt Lake City team. Stricklett is conceded to he one of the best pitchers in the American association. his work with the "spit ball" has made him famous in the baseball I raternity. WHITE SOX HERE TODAY. rght for Honors In the American League Begins at Huntington-Av This Afternoon. real light for honors In the American league will commence today at the Iluntington-av grounds. when Chicago will meet P,oston for the first of four games. The western men have fought gamely since they were last here to kern in the lead and will commence today a, series that will tax their nerve to the limit. i;. th teams are on edge. and the gana s will he a treat for the lovers of the !-itort. NATIONAL LEAGUE RESULTS. A t tend ance pit1qbarg ri. NPW York 3 (tIrst gamel....15.1)33 New York 4, l'Ittsta.rs la otecund game. - - National League Standing. on boat Pc won Neve 1.ak 74 31 .7ik5 rt!higt. t.;-. 40 , .011a littslalig 61 43 .rpoo; Iliwitinati (;: 44 .57S st 1,aim 5P1 Ao .537 114a.o.al 41 C.1,4 .376 11r.1.1 a 37 70 .345 i'llilaile11.lila 'ZS 71.1 .1:62 National League Games Today. tit St I4)Iil. 111,,nklyn mt tIn,snnalt. rs m l'rk fit :lg.. 11,0401011a tmbur;. BOTH WIN A GAME. Pitt3burg and New York Divide Honors in a Double-Header. Pri"rsitt7itu. ALIK SVOn t I. first ganie by being fortunate f.000,E1, t buocii their hits and lost tile :4"co1.1 by not being able to find Tit YlOrn 1111,41. Both contests were hard fougnt anti full of good playing. The score: IFiTHt'1tU All II 1111 Tit Pt) A r: idealqa :11t 4 0 0 U t 0 0 li..00a4.44t 4f 4 1 1 3 3 0 0 It11.tiy 194 4 1 2 3 I 5 ,smotr n 1 I 2 3 I o itra 111.441 3 I U 0 33 it 0 4 rf 41 0 1, i N114 .401101,k Ir..... 4 ft 2 2 4, 0 rii411, r IP 10 ti (1 0 p 4111040 Total. .32 6 8 13 27 12 , BOSTON GLOBE-WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 11173 ditilli.mid ',6 ;- syvt, I P . I - ' e - 04111:0 io '-I,., ' 7 , Alb. V" K(' Az)- 16,..., it 9- ,- 'I -4,., moll' Ao.. , --or...- t-:, . .. ,,.. C , ix..., . ---7,,, ) (,, -,-, p--- AA. , - --40--:14,,MDIE161 e Ilk - de.17P V WI ali... OP.'S A moo ........imA:Là... .'' 11,1645 81702 . ..-f THE UNPPfi ---- ta-,,,A,A A IPA g THE IIIVPMf ttivrE5 A pechwor 6 4 PALL rid acylvdite5 ., NEW YORK O Bresnahan ef 4 0 1 1 1 0 0 41) Bonne rf 4 1 1 1 0 0 Mothinn 1 2 2 11 I 0 O Mertes If 4 ' 1 2 3 3 0 Cl O Itahlen rs 000 1 3 0 1)evlin 31i 4 0 1 1 1 3 1 t) rt 4 41 1 1 1 1 0 O Bowerman 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 fl Warner c 11 00 3 1 0 0 NleGintiPy 3 0 1 1 2 5 0 O sboolin .1 000000 O Totals 31 3 9 10 24 14 1 -- Illatted for Mcninnity in nInth. Innings 1 '2 3 4 5 0 7 3 9 Pt t t glom: .. 0 1 t) 1 2 0 1 5 3 New York 4) ti 0 0 0 0 1 0-3 Two-batao bits. Ritchey. Wagner, MeCormlek. 1,, Mertes. McGitinity. Three-base hit. Beaumont. O Sacrifice hit. Cassidy. Stolen bittle, bluGUI111. First base on halls, off Philippi 3. off NleGin,- laity 2. Ilit by pitehed bail. Phelps. Struck 1. (flit. by Philippi 4. by NleGinnity. Passed ball. Bowerman. Time, lit 401n. Double play. Bransfield (unassisted). Umpires, Eruslie and Johnstone. Attendance 15.933. SECOND GAME. - Taylor outpItched Lynch In the second garne and had the better support. The core: SECOND GAME NEW YoRK Alt It Bll TB BO A E Bresnahan ef 4 1 0 0 1 0 0 L Browne rf 4 0 1 1 1 00 Me(lann lb 4 1 4) 0 14 0 0 O !ilertes If 3 0 2 2 2 (I 0 I on hien ON 4 1 3 0 ilevIts 4 0 2 2 1 3 0 E 4 4 111)ert 21) 4 1 1 1 2 4 0 Bowertuan e 3 0 1 1 5 1 0 Taylor p 2 1 2 2 0 5 0 3 - - - 4011100 4111000 31221110 4123300 3000130 4011131 4011110 1000100 3000310 3011250 1000000 --- 1391024141 0 1 0 2 0 2 1 1 2 9 O 1 1 0 O 2 O 0 0 2 1 0 1 2 4 9 2-7 1-6 -0 Totals 32 4 9 9 27 le PITTSBURG I.caeh th 4 0 0 0 3 5 lIeslotnont et 4 0 to 3 to HI Whey 21) 4 0 r--- 1 4 4 Wagner $s 3 41 2 3 1 2 1Iran-Itlel.1 lb 3 0 I 1 to 0 amsigly rf 4 0 0 0 0 1 Met'ortnielt If 3 0 to u 2 0 Carish 0 1 1 5 2 Lynch p 3 0 1 2 0 1 1 o o 0 o 0 1 0 0 Totals 31 0 0 8 27 15 2 Innings 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 New YmI U 0 2 0 1 1 0 0 0-- 4 Two-base bits, Wagner. Lynch. Sacrifice hits. Wagner, Browne, 'Taylor. Stolen bases, Mc( ;RIM 2. Double plays, beach, Iliteln-) mut Branstteld; Bowerman and Cilipert. First base on balls. off Lynch 4. lilt by Idtched ball. Branstiebi. Struck out. by Lynch 3. by Taylor 4. Umpires. Johnstone and Ems-lie. Time lb 55m. Attendance 15,933. WEDS A BOSTON GIRL. - Charley Dexter, Well-Known Ball Player, and Miss Olson are Mar. ried in Milwaukee. MILWAUKEE, Aug 23Capt Charles Dexter of the Louisville ball team, was niarried here today to Miss Mary Olson of Boston, who made the trip from the east for that purpose. Mlas Olson and ('apt Dexter had known each other from childhood and were engaged for a long time. Judge Nee len granted the pair a dispensation and then performed the cereznony. Alanager Cantillon of the Milwaukcen was best man. Mr3 Dexter will accompany her husband on his trip to St Paul. Baseball Notes. Now for Chicago. "Tied again for first place" is becoming an old story in the American league. Both Detroit and Washington feel much better of late about their ball teams, realizing that the larger cities like Boston (ahem!). New York. Philadelphia and Chicago must have the sta rs. Jack Tighe will finish the season with Norwieh, as the last contract he signed with that club had the reserve clause Ft rivkpn out. Mr Tighe will be free a ft er Labor da y. E. J. M.There is no law against a professional playing with amateurs. The Athletic:4 are sticking to the leaders. In fact they are now In the best position. -- September is a good month for baseball in New England. Ted Sullivan is on the Pacific coast looking Over the talent for the Cincinnati club. Prea Harry Pulliam is spending his vacation at Saratoga. Springs. and claims he never left New York to avoid trweting Joe Kelley. (;arvin of Brooklyn has not made a run this Season. Jest Burkett has made only one sacrifive hit this season. Jiminie Barrett has vet to make a home run this year. Billy Lush has made 18 sacrifice hits. White of the 'White Socks has not made a hit since June 13. Dannie Green has made only one error in the last 55 games. Killian on Aug 20 made his first run since May 16. Buelow went 12 games without' a hit. but in the 13th made two. Its very doubtful if Hank O'Day um-Ores any more ball games this season. lie is now laid up at the eye and ear infirmary in New York from the. efferia of being struck in the ear by a foul tip in a game at Chicago nearly a month ago. Pres Frank Farrell is reported ria saying that he will not allow Silk O'Loughlin to umpire another game on his grounds. This looks too much Vita the old tactics of Andrew Freedman. The chancea are that Mr Farrell is too gem' a sportsman to pay any attention to the umpires. and. eepeeially. to klek against the king among umpires. Silk O'Loughlin. The St John's literary institute team of cambridge would like a game away from home fel. Saturday. Manager naorge English can he addressed at the institute or by telephoning 21789 Cambridge after 6 p m. About the Boxers. Clarence Ilitohin of St Louis. one of the best known featherweights in the country. arrived in Boston yesterday. Ire has a good record. having received awards over some of the leading featherweights. While here he is ready to meet any boxer at 120 or 122 pounds. The Union A. V. will hold its meeting Friday night, The main event will be hetw(er Jimmy Gardiner and Guy Ashley. There will be three preliminary bouts. Diamonds Worth Millions. A ragged boy trying to dispose of pockets full of diamonds worth mil114)n8 Of dollars startled the diamoril dealers of London. who had him arrested as a thief. although the diamon,13 came to him like meteors from the sky. 'lead the adventures of Philip Ansor. in "The King of Diamonds" by LOUtit 'I racy. author of "Wings of the Morning H 111 "The Pillar of Fire." which will begin in the Globe next Friday. Surprise for Sisters. TIROCKTON. Aug 23Miss Margaret Tobin Of Sydney. N H NV is the guest of her siElers. Mrs Patrick Cahill and Miss Minnie, Tobin of North Monte lio et. She left Sydney June 10 and surprised her i-isters here Saturday. They had not seen her before in 1S years, when they ell lived together in Ireland. Mies Tub lu will make her borne in We city. -iwlow- -,,- IN BOSTON. - War ) "retpolevnehr Min eintEt4 JECOND AND Tit Rh CAN.390a' VOSA hyr Et A witz, "-Rao; . rNe gaZtACHZIWS NOT A SCRATCH. Fischer Dived Through Hole in Fence. His Automobile Was Going a Mile a Minute, Front Wheel Gave Out, Then Came the Crash, CLEVELAND, Aug 23Through a hole in the fence which his machine had cut when it dived headlong, Carl Fischer of Indianapolis sailed majestically, if hastily, to emerge and wave a salute to the stand, just as though that was an everyday occurrence. Fischer was competing in the 10-mile open event at the races of the Cleveland automobile club. He had put on a wonderful burst of speed with his two-cylinder car and had just passed Earl Kizer, in Bullet 2, breaker of records yesterday, when his inside rear wheel started to wobble. The terrific speed with which Fischer made the turn buckled the wheel. For lee yards he was in difficulties. with Kizer sailing up behind at a mile-a-minute clip or better. Finally the front wheel of Fischer's machine gave out and the automobile made a dive for the fence. Kizer just cleared it. The big machine struck the fence, tore off several boards, making the hole through which Fischer dived. right over the steering wheel. He was left without a scratch and did not even lose his eyeglasses, without which he is helpless. Ills machine was hardly injured, except for the two broken wheels. Kizer could not get the speed out of the big Bullet today. for it caught fire every time it was started, through the gasoline leaking to the exhaust pipe and igniting. The ex-cyclist never got started in the mile race, which Herbert Lyttle won. with Charles Gorndt in the Bullet 3 second. The event was from a standing start. the two heats being won in lm is and 1m 4-5s. Kizer failed to get away, also, in the 10-mile open handicap race. which E. Messer ly won in a royal, with 2m 20s ha ndicap. The lo-mile open was won by Kizer In lem 5 2-5s. with Gorndt in the other Bullet second. In the attempts for records Kizer did five miles in 4m 48 3-5s, with the fastest mile in 57 1-5s. He failed to turn on his gasoline and lost time that way. Alexander Winton then consented to again enter the speed game and drove the Bullet five miles in 4m 55 2-5s, with the fastest mile in 58 2-5s, the fastest time Mr Winton ever made on a track. - After Chicago-New York Record. CHICAGO, Aug 23Jerome A. Ellis and Arthur G. Schmitt of the Chicago automobile association will start at 2 o'clock Wednesday morning in an attempt to break the automobile record between Chicago and New York. They expect to make the trip in 60 hours or less. The present record, 76 hours, is held by B. B. Halcomb of Hartford, Conn. Oldfield Twice Clips Record. OMAHA. Neb. Aug 23Today on the track of the Omaha driving association Barney Oldfield twice broke the mile record for a half-mile track, first setting the figures at 1:152-5. and reducing that record to 1:131-5. The old record was 1:16, made by Oldfle EASTERN LEAGUE RESULTS. At ProvidenteBuffalo 8, Providence 4. At BaltimoreBaltimore 4, Montreal 3. At NewarkToronto 10, Newark 6. At Jersey CityJersey City 7. Rochester 4. Eastern League Games Today. Buffalo at Providence. Bocbester at Jersey City. Toronto at Newark. Montreal at Baltimore. DOESN'T WEAR SNAKES. Arica Roosevelt Is Not Introducing a New Fad, Assert Her Friends on Her Authority. NEWPORT. R I; Aug MAlice Roosevelt has rever worn a garter snake as a collar and never will. This is a statement made on her authority this afternoon in view of a story coming from Indianapolis of a bet made there yesterday that she wore such an ornament and proposed to introduce the idea in AVashington. It is said that the-assertion was made yesterday in Indlinapolis that the President's daughter had taken kindly to SnaiteS and would urge that they be taken up as pets and worn by women. It was also said that Dr S. W. Edmonds of tIoshen. Ind. a near friend of the President. indignantly refuted the statement. and placed a bet of SI000 to $.500 that there was not a-word of truth in it. Miss Rooseveint friends heard the story today with much amusement. They say that Dr Edmonds will win the bet if he made it. and the stakeholder may pay the money over at once. According to the report. Dr Edmonds has N riLte r. Miss Roosevelt to inquire if Mt. story is true. and adding that her statement will he taken by the two intn V. h o have bet. Miss Roosevelt is awaiting the letter with much interest. Newport Excursion at Popular Rates. The next Newport Excursion by special train from Boston via the New "Kork. New Haven & Hartford railroad . at the popular rate of $1. will take place Thursday. Aug 25. Tickets are now on sale at 362 Washington St.. South and Back Bay stations. Col Sam M. Burdett Dead. LOUISVILLE, Ky, Aug 23-Col Sam M. Burdett. for years an editorial writer on the Courier-Journal with Henry Watterson, died at Danville, Ky, this afternoon of general debility. Ile also did editorial work in Chivas, and during the elder Carter Harrison's regime as mayor was Cook county commissioner. 24. 1804. HERE'S A STIMU Triple Play,Every Man On Nine Takes Part. Manchester Turns the Trick On Hew Bedford., Latter Wins the Gam6 by a Sore of 9 to 5 NEW ENG LEAGUE RESULTS. Attendance Fall River a Concord 2 500 Haverhill 5. Nashua 1 700 New Bedford 9, Manchester 5 .450 Lawrence 13. Lowell 2 (10 innings) - 500 New England League Standing. Won ...... Fall River 49 Lowell 48 New Bedford 47 Nashua 48 Coneord ........ - 47 Manchester 45 Lawrence 31 Lost 29 47 47 47 49 5o) 49 64 Pe won .998 .5to .505 .500 .494 .485 .479 .826 New England League Games Today. Fall River at New Redford Lawrence at Haverhill. Lowell at Manchester. Concord at Nashua.. UNUSUAL TRIPLE PLAY. Manchester Loses to New Bedford Despite a Star Performance. NEW BEDFORD, Aug 23In today's game with Manchester, which was won by the home team by a score of 9 to 5, there was triple play in which every visiting player on the field handled the ball. With Valdois on third and Burrill on second, Clark hit a grounder to Page at shortstop. Valdois was run down between third and home, Page, Warren. Cote and Leith handling the ball, and Warren made the putout. While Val(3018 was dancing back and forth Burt-ill went to third and back to second. and finally was put out at third base by Warren after the ball hall been handled at second base by Armbruster, Graham and Taylor, and Clark was the third out trying to get back to first base. Chapman making an assist in this play, and Morrissey having the putout. Amole was batted hard in the first Inning. but he managed to keep hits scattered during the rest of the game, while Leith, who had poor control, had miserable support and toward the close of the game allowed several safe hits that counted in the run getting. The score: NEW BEDFORD 1 MANCHESTER bh po a e bh po a Kehoe rf... 1 to 0 0,Grabam cf 0 1 1 0 Mullaney If 1 0 1 0:Armbruter If 3 1 1 1 Valdois FM" 3 2 1 1 l'age ss 3 2 ri 2 Burnt!! e 2 5 1 liWerren 3b 0 4 4 1 Clark 213... 1 4 4 1:Taylor 2b 1 0 4 1 Kit man cf.. 0 1 1 1 Chapman lb 2 10 1 1 Harrinn ab. 0 2 8 0Morrissey rf 0 1 0 0 Joslyn lb... 011 1 1 C,cote c 0 5 1 0 Amole p.... 1 2 8 O'Leith p 1 0 5 1 9 27 20 5 Tota1s 10 24 22 7 Innings 1 2 8 4 5 7 8 9 Ntew Bed ford 20 10 1 4) 14 9 Manchester 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1-5 1 Runs made, by Kehoe 4. Mullaney 3, Valdoix, lAmole, Graham. Armbruster, Page. Taylor Leith. Earned rune. Now Bedford 2. Threetotoso hit. Kehoe. Two-base hit, Taylor. Sacr.fice hits, Niullaney. Harrington, Armbruster. 1Varten. Stolen bases. Kehoe 2, l'aldois. Mullaney, Page. First base on balls, by bpith File bane on errors, New Bedford 5, Mancheste 3. Hit by pitched ball. by Amole, Leith. Struck out, by Amole 3. by Leith 4. Triplto play, Page. Warren. Cote. Leith. Taylor, Chap-mail, Graham, Armbruster and Nlorrissey. Time iii 40m. Umpire. Kerins. Attendance 450. Lawrence 3, Lowell 2. LAWRENCE. Aug 22-1n a 10-inning game Lawrence defeated Lowell by the score of 3-to 2. Lawrence had It all its own way until the ninth inning, when by the aid of two hits and two flies to left field Tierney and Connors tatlicd, tieing the score. Lawrence scored her winning run with tic men out. Rickbedans, who was on third, going home on Tierney's wild throw to first. The features were Beard's throw to the home plate, his stick work. Aturch's three-bagger and the double plays. The score: LAWRENCE LO WELL bh po a e bh po a e Beard ef 3 2 1 OlTierney p 1 1 5 1 Coveney c 1 12 0 11Connore ab 1 2 1 1 Wiley lb 1 5 1 0 Bigbie lb 013 2 0 Morel' 1 2 2 OtHickey 2b 0 1 2 0 O'Hara as 0 4 0 01McLau'lln &a 0 4 1 0 Eaton rt 2 0 1 liGrant et 1 4 0 0 1 Foley If 0 2 0 0 Dorgan IL 0 0 0 1 Murphy 3b 0 3 5 lillushey rf 1 1 0 0 Klobedans p. 1 0 0 Ore noel c.. 1 1 4 0 Totals 9 30 10 3 Totals 5.'2715 3 ',Winning run made with no men out. Inninge 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Lawrence ...... -1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1-3 Lowell 000000020--2 Runs made. by Beard. O'Hara, Klobedanz. Tierney. Connors. Earned runs. Lowell 2. Two-base hit. Beard. Three-base bit, Murch. Stolen bases, Murch, Beard, Hickey, Eaton, Foley, Bushey. Double plays. Hickey, Bighle and Connors; Grant. De Hoehn and Connors. First base on balls. off Klobedans, off Tierney 4. Struck out, by Klobedanz 11. by Tierney 2. Umpire, Brady. Time 2h 3m. Attendance 500. Haverhill 5, Nashua 1. NASHUA, N IT. Aug 23Haverhill took today's game from Nashua by a score of 5 to 1. through errors and a close decision of umpire McCloud. Gokey retired in the fourth inning on account of a bad arm. The features were the fielding of Van Zant and a one-handed catch by Soffel in the fifth inning. The score: HAVERHILL NASHUA bh po a e lib po a e Hamilton ef 1 3 0 01Pastor as. 0 2 2 1 Calhoun 2b.. 1 1 3 liSofft1 2b.... 0 1 4 1 Conneton Off 0 1 5 0:Van Zant cf. 0 4 1 0 Daum lb... 112 1 01 3b.. I 3 0 1 Raftery If 3 5 0 O'Cassidy If 0 2 0 0 C Murphy e .0 3 8 01Merritt e. . 0 3 3 1 welacf, rt 010 0 Itirm'g'm 11) 010 2 1 Kopp 3b.... 1 0 2 0 Southwell 11 0 2 0 0 McGinley if. 2 1 1 0 Ookey p.... 0 0 1 0 Swope p.... 0 010 Totals. 9 2715 11 Totals.... I 27 14 11 innings 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Haverhill 001100120-5 Nanhua 100000000-1 Runs made, by Hamilton. Connaughton. Rat- ' tery C. Murphy. Rupp. Soffel. Earned run. Ha- verhill. Two-base hits, Raftery. McGinley. sacrifice bits, Hamilton. Daum. Three-base hit. Itsftery. Hits. off Gokey. 0 in 4 innings; tiff Swope. 8 in 5 innings. Stolen bases. Soffel Hamilton. C. Murphy. Double plays. Calhoun and Connaughton and Daum; Van Zant and Birmingham. First base on bath,. off Ookey 2. off Swope. off McGinley 4. Hit by pitched ball. Van &mt. Struck out. by Gokey 2. by Swope. by McGinley 5. Time lb 40m. Umpire. McCloud. Attendance 700. - Fall River 3, Concord 2. FALL RIVER, Aug 23Courneen's two-base bit enabled Fall River to tie Concord in the seventh inning and win the eighth through Guilicen's base-running. Concord could do nothing with Courneen after the second and Jordan held Fall River in hand until the sixth. Lovell's fielding was a feature. The score: FALL RIVER CONCORD po el bit po a e Soweock If 0 0 0 0 Kane 213..., 0 3 2 1 Moorhead as. 1 2 5 11'111611'er If.. 1 2 0 0 fintheen 2h. t) 1 1 0 Soblitt cf.. 0 2 0 0 Wedilige lb. 114 0 0 McCarthy rf. 1 2 0 Tibbetts cf. 1 1 DeVine as.. 1 2 3 0 iticcins rf... 0 3 2 2 Lovell 3b... 2 2 2 0 p.teroon c.. 0 6 1 0 Hastings lb. I 8 0 1 Dwyer 31) 1 0 8 0 Duggan e-.. 0 2 0 0 oceirueon p.. 2 0 6 0 Ionian p.... 0 0 4 0 Totals 82718 3 ,r,itals 6 1'11 2 oWeddige out for running but of line. Innings ....... -1 2 8 4 5 6 7 8 9 Fall River 00000111 3 Coneord 011000000-2 Runs made, by Moorhead. Oulheen. Dwyer, Untidier. Lovell. Es rttPd TIMM, rail River 2. Convord. Too-buse hits. Lovell. Courneen. Sac- rifice bit, Tibbetts. Stolen bases. Dwyer, Lovell. First base on balls. off Courneen, oft Jordan 3. Struck out, by Courneen 4. by Jor. dan. Time lb 36m. Umpire, Stafford. At. tendance 600. Cottage City 6, Oineyville 3. COTTAGE CITY, Aug 2The Olney-vale. R I, team went down in defeat here today at the hattds of the Cottage citya, 6 to 3. Both sides put up fine game in the fell but were decidedly weak with the stick. 1 Winters of Boston college was In the box for the home team and kept the visitors' hits well scAttereit The fielding of Neat. Feeney rtjeyer ,Bonasson & Co Tremont and FINAL CLEARANCE PRICES The broken assortments of our entire Sum: mer Stock to be cleaned up in immediate Sale to make room for new Fall goods. SUITS of Pure Linen and Lawnshirtwaist and t 1 An tailored effects reduced from $10.00 and $12.75 'P A 7 TAFFETA SILK SHIRTWAIST SUITS t p7c reduced from $12.50 ... . 4111 ;) LINEN SUITS, in a large assortment of embroidered and Lace trimmed effects formerly $10 00 marked $2&50, $35.00 and $40.00to close SILK SUITS, tailored and shirtwaist effects $12 50 reduced from $21.00, $25.00 and $32.50 ... WALKING SUITS, of Voile, Mohair and Pongee Silk, in a collection of clever models, that tIn rv were formerly priced $45.00 to $68.00 ... wZAJVU WASH SKIRTS, of white and natural Linen, Pique, Duck, etc., formerly $2.50, $3.90 and $5.00, reduced to $100 AND $2,00 WASH WAISTS, of dotted Batiste, plain Lawn and Dimities, reduced to 50c 95c $1.45 and Kelley and a one-hand stop by Connelly were features. The score: COTTAGE CITY OLNEYVILLE bh po a e bh po a e Cent lb 011 1 0 Feeney lb... 1 8 1 0 'xionelly 813 1 2 4 0.1.oxson If. 0 0 0 0 40tettif 211 1 1 I 1111iller 3b... 1 1 8 1 ;ray ef 0 9 0 0!tageavald as. 1 8 2 1 1reene If 0 2 0 I ramilton 2b. 2 2 0 1 'I Barnes et 1 0 0 0 Kelly e 0 8 3 0 Ar Barnes as. 0 1 3 1 kiley ef 1100 'Amon rt .. 0 0 0 0 naney rt 0 1 0 0 Winters p... 1 1 4 0 gylvoster p 0 0 4 1 Totals .... 4 27 13 8 . Totals 6 24 13 4 Innings 1 " 8 4 5 6 7 8 9 Cottage City 00000240 9 Olneyville 011000100-3 Bunn made, by Kent, Connelly. C. Barnes, W. Barnes. IIinters, Miller 2, Stagewaid. Three-base bit. Miller. Stolen bases. Cottage city 3. Oineyville 2. Base on balls, off Winters 4. off Sylvester 4. Struck out, by Winters 8. by Sylvester 7. Double play, Winters and Gray and Metcalf. Hit by pitched ball, Kelly. Timl lb 50m. Umpire Dnvalley. CONN LEAGUE RESULTS. ----- At SpringVeldSpringfield 6. Meriden At BridgeportNew Haven 6, Bridgeport 0. At HartfordHolyoke 8. Hartford 2 (drat game): Holyoke 0, Hartford 2 (seeond game). At NorwichNorwich 0, New London 0 (forfeite(1). - Connecticut League Games Today. New London at Hartford. Norwich at Meriden. New Haven at Springfield. Bridgeport at Holyoke. J. N. TAYLOR'S CUP. - Boston Man's Launch Won a Hot Race Cobbosseecontee Regatta Attracts Many Visitors. AUGUSTA, Me. Aug 23The first launch regatta at lake Cobbosseecontee today was held in smooth water with a light head wind. The race was quite generally participated in by the owners of the large fleet of launches, and a number of people came from lake Maranecook and viewed the race from the piazzas of the different cottages. The course was a five-mile stretch. The first race was stubbornly contested, and as the boats came home there was considerable cheering and horn-blowing. The launch Minnie T., sailed by John N. Taylor of BOSt011, won the race in the first class; time 45m 40s. Mr Taylor was awarded the handsome cup presented by Congressman E. C. Burleigh. The second boat in this race was the Natanis, owned by Gov Hill and sailed by Charles Kinsman, time 46m 5s. The second prize was a beautifully decorated marine lantern. W. L. MeAudden came in third. All the boats were finely handled. The most exciting race was that in the second class. The launch Brenda. owned by Ben Tenny of Gardiner. came across the line almost necic and neck with the Onawa. owned by Dr G. W. Bailey of Plitiadelptita. it was apparent at the start that the boats were evenly matched. and they fought it out all the way down the line. The 'Winonah. owned by C. L. Spaulding, was third. The time of the Brenda was 51m 55s, and that of the nawa 51m 56s. It has been a long time since a race has been won at the lake by such a narrow margin. The first prize was the Kinsman cup, presented by Hon le'. W. Kinsman. and the second prize a club pennant presented by Mr Greeley. In the third class three prizes were awarded. The launch Frank C., navigated by Robert Cole. came in first. time 69m 3s. The Alice, navigated by Charles Kinsman, was second; time 59m 20s. The launch Eva. in charge of G. W. Perkins of Hallowell, was third; time 50m 53s. The first prize was the handsome cup presented by Commodore D C ettn hhoaT. eer r ighpete presented ri brellb r:els:odesoensai nst Robinson, ol et club t :0); nrny. beeol uefji e second fr. gt a h.eFaddresses e de. .yacht e. e strosz ecd eesl sw suet nh bewat .e e at, d seb and the by e cottage of the commodore. If the weather is favorable next Saturday. a large attendance is expected at the yacht races. SOLD 30,000 ACRES. Lumber Company Transfers One of Largest Tracts Ever Sold in Maine to Paper Makers. BAT!!. Me, Aug ---Thirty thorisand acres, believed to be the most valuable wild land ever sold hi Maine in one lot, and one of the largest tracts of any sort to change owners in this state for many years, was transferred today by the M. G. Shaw lumber company of this city to the Hollingsworth & Whitney paper company. The tract included nearly all the Lilly. bay and Da,y's academy townships, bordering on Moosehead lake, , and the land is covered with valuable spruee. hemlock and hardwood. The price was not announced. The Hollingsworth & Whitney Co have mills at Waterigille and Gardiner. INCREASE IN NUMBER. Salvation Army Campmeeting at Mt Wayte Growing. SOUTH FRAMINGHAM. Aug There WRS an Increased attendance today at all the services of the New England Salvation Army campmeeting at Mt AVayte. At 9:30. at the Chautauqua meeting for oftleers.'Maj Samuel NVithere of the Portland. Me.. station. read a paper on "Lessons Learned from the International Congress." Staff Cant Morton had for his subject. "Open-airs. Are They Undervalued?" Preparations are being made for the reception Saturday to Commander Booth-Tucker. Saturday evening he will give an illustrated lecture on 'Love and Sorrow." and Sunday he will lead the Salvation Army demonstrations taut also oMciate at a hallelujah wedding of two Salvation Army cancers. Murphy Held to Tuesday) BROCKTON. Aug 23JoNeph H. Murphy. one of the conductors arrested in connection with the alleged conspiracy to defraud the Boston Northern and Old Colony street railway system. was arraigned in the local police court this morning. on a charge of larceny. Ho pleaded not guilty. The case was conUnued to Tuesday for a hearing. Boylston Streets LOST IN FOURTH Myopians Whipped by Westchester. Score Even In Each of First ,Three Periods. Then Westchester Went In and Won, NEWPORT, R I. Aug 28The giants of polo, the champion Myopia team of Hamilton, Mass, and the country club of 'Westchester, met here this afternoon in a match in the second round for the Westchester polo club cups. A contest with all the old-time skill, vim and enthusiasm resulted, Westchester winning by a score of 7 to 42,41. Boston people backed their team with great confidence,, and lost much money in small bets. Many were surprised at the result. As there was only a difference of one goal In the aggregate handicaps, the handicap cut no flgure on the result. The two teams met therefore on what were practically even terms. The score was even at 2 each at the end of the first period; it was 4 each at the end of the second period. and 5 all at the end of the third period. Westchester untied the score in 2m 555 at the opening of the fourth period. and then came the fiercest struggle that has been seen here in a polo match la many a day. Up and down the field the ball was knocked. Devereaux Milburn. whose play had been conspicuous for its brilliancy. saving the goal three times for Myopia, while every one of the throng of people was on the very tiptoe of excitement. Finally Lawrence Waterbury goaled the ball on a long shot, Milburn having been ridden off and pocketed by Eugene Reynal and James M. Waterbury r. Every man played good polo. the Messrs Uaterbury excelling for Westchester and Agassiz for Myopia. The riding of the players was a feature, ag was also the absence of rough play and foul tactics. Philadelphia and Westchester will meet in the final Thursday, the former receiving 13 goals. The summary: Is ESTCHESTERL E. Reynal, 8: 2. J. M. Waterbury, 8; 3, L. Waterbury. 9; back, J. Blair, 8. Team handicap, 23. MYOPIAI, M. Norman, 4: 2. R. G. Show 2.1, 6; 3, R. L. Agassiz, 9; back, D. Milburn, 5. Team handicap, 24. FIRST PERIOD Goal. hiade by wou by m 1Westcheeter, J 51 Waterbuty 332 2 Myopia, Milburn '33 3Myopia, Norman 033 SECOND PERIOD '4-51yopia, Pony I 20 5Westchester. Myna' 1.02 6West(thenter. L Vaterbury 041 7Myopia, Norman 12T THIRD PERIOD 8Myopia, Shaw 8.40 9Westchester, Wait I 08 FOURTH PERIOD 16Westchester, RcyrIzi 2:5N 1IWestchester, 'Waterbury 7 -2,1 Cottle earm,d, Westcheater 6. Myopia 5. Alb-wed by handicap, Westchester I. Penalties, Myopia 1,:j on two fouls. Not score, Westchester 7, Myopia 4. Referee, W. W. Keith. Cenuine Carter's Little Liver Pills Must Bear Signature at Brent Good SEIC FAC-SIMILE WRAPPER BIPLOW - try mall ad ang ea" tc6 For BLOM I Very mall and an easy to take nu mount.. For DIZZINESS. For BILIOUSNESS. For TORPID LIVER. For CONSTIPATION. For HUM Skit For The COMMON siploritts. 1 emarlwrinory aziovama. 11 CURS SICK HEADACI:IS 54,913 TEEM PARILESSLY EXTRACTED At this Mee during Ms past year by tho King Safe System of Painless 1 -,.' Dentistry. In not a pin. glo case did the patient 040sett, s4o4 suffer the slightest pals f' MO or discomfort. In not a single ease did the gums fnil to boal quickly and ko. "..M perfoetly. 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