St. Louis Globe-Democrat from St. Louis, Missouri on May 24, 1915 · 10
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A,:0.:.::.".1. ,- V "4-:: t,,..,:urbt..'141il. k7z.., --c:74- - r : t121 .. ..., .... ,...,,,,,,,,, . 10 cARts .04,v01--4"' , . CL . ,,,, . Ili' '''' wEJLVEAll 1 ...,,,,-, k!.:,..,:: 1 .. , ,,,,,, . 3-011N LAVAN r ---- A ntnmz c VI rvimrcbt tr ARENCE WALIER . . , . Rickey's land Trims New York, 4 am 1. ;IN -3013N LAM Browns Rally in Ninth, ' Take Final from Yanks on Rain-SO aked Field Clarence Walker Singles, Gus Williams Sacrifices, and When Hank Severeid Slams the Ball-Past Hartzell in Left the Men of Rickey Have Won Three Out of fcnr from Yanks and Seven of Last Nine Games. BY MARION F. PARKER. HANK SEVEREID hit St. Louis to a ninth-inning victory over New York yesterday afternoon, 4 to 3. Clarence Walker had singled and gone to second on Gus Williams' neat sacrifice, and when Sivereid drove past Hartzell in left the game was over. Victory gave the Browns three out of four games of the series and seven out of the last nine played. Hedge sprang A surpriee on the baseball public by playing the contest after the terrine downpour up to noon and proved that with the new Cover for the infield it Is possible to play satiefactorily with rain right up to game time. The diamond was dry Sand fast: while the sod on the field eatside of this afforded a firm enough footing for the handling of most ply' that could have been taken care of under any condition. Up to the ninth inning lt was the breaks. Just the breaks. that kept the teams tied. New York got the breaks on attack. St. Louis on the defense. Wellman and Caldwell were both pitching the kind of baseball that wins. 'Wellman was the more effective. Caldwell had the advantage- of the breaks to a great extent. Ne r York should have it ad one run. St. Louis were all earned on hits. though things were breaking right for the Provers In getting them. Things usually are breaking right when a team la winning. Both Score in Second. Pour of the seven runs.made during the game came in the second inning. New York should not have scored. Piet,- fanned and Cook reversed by walkirg. Hartsell fled out and then Cook stole. Boone popped the hall lust back of first and Leary and Pratt went after it. Pratt finally elected to take the ball. but bis feet shot UP in the air and hie back came down with a thud in the mud. The ball also landed in the mud while Cook scored and Boone hastened to second. Nunamaker drove a line single to right and Boone came home. Caldwell elevated to Walker. Williams sod Severeld started the see: end half with easv outs Then Leary drove a tangle Into center. Levan drove a long ny to left for a double. Leary counting. Wellman put another hit Into left whtch picked the chalk line. and the Yankees weet to war over allowing It a3 fair. Carl got two baees on It and Levan scored. The Prowrs should worry about the kick registered by their opponents. Shotton flied to Crze. Break, counted in favor of both teams le getting the third runs. In the thIrd Inning Weisel waked and took second when Levan maee a phenomenal stop and throw on Peckinpaugh's near-single. Cree fled out. but Pipp put a short single in tenter. Vi'alker MI nettling the ball and cinched Walsers safety at the plate. Then Clarence trot up and tnrew riOat Pipp trying for second. - St. Louis tied 'up the score in the fifth. With Levan ot.t.. Wellman sent a sincle Vast first. Shreton bit the ban hard. but Caldwell knocked the leather down and threw him out at first, while Wellman book second. Austin drove leen to right 'enter and it looked like Cook would the catch. He could not control 16111eLt an the soft held and missed POTENT FACTORS IN THE SPURT OF THE 1ENTRY 1 ' - ---0.---7:w1,-,:-.. ,....... .46, . z'f,'"' H HE ; ''')1 1 I ,-777 ..A d. t '',,,,q...:.:,.......,.....z..--.. ,..4' , , .,,,40,-, TWO OF. Etilv ', , , , .,,, ,,, , 1 . ,-..,::' .:, ,;, .'..!'""1-- ,, el'-v ,:::evA fit COUNT E14- ' tad, rgt,ikA44ie .1 :'''NWiti It4f.i'l 6f TWO OF tglii -6' ', -.:., I ' oic.:-:V------------:- is.x,- A k-it,,,!-7,1,1,::::11 II. Et4 ! -- ' , - -eacs awl .4 , ':" , , ,1146.4now..;; A 1Zy. "I I Severeid Did It St. Louis. att. r. h. tto.bb.sh.sh.po. a. e. 4otton.l.f 4 0 1 1 0 0 1 3 0 0 uettn.312 4 0 1 2 0 0 0 2 3 0 ratt.21, 4000000110 Walker,c.f 4 1 1 1 0 0 0 3 1 0 'ilhamar.f 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 3,i-0 0 tereicl.c 4 0 1 2 O. 0 0 2 '1 0 tarylb 31110001000 ivan.ss 3 1 1 2 0 0 0 2 4 0 ehrean,p... 3 1 2 3 0 0 ,0 1 0 0 Shottorat Auattn.3b Pratt.2b C.Walker,e.f Lavan.sa Weilman,p... Totals 32 4 8 12 0 1 1 27 10 0 New York. ob. r. h. th.bO.3h.sh.00. a. e. htaloel.3t) 3 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 Peckpaugh.s, 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 0 Cree,c.f 4 0 1 1 0 0 0 300 R11)1,01). 3 0 1 1 0 1 0 9 00 Cook.r.f.. 3 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 Hartzell.l.t... 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 Boone,21)..... 3 1 1 2 00 0 1 1 0 Nunamaker,c. 3 0 2 2 0 0 0 1 1 1 Caldwell.p 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 2 0 Totals 29 3 5 6 1 1 1,25 7 1 One out when winning run was scored. SCORE BY INNINGS. Club. I 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 St. Louis 020010001-4 NewYork 021000000-3 Two-basa hitsBoone. Lavan, Wellman, Austin, Severeld. Double playAustin to Leary. First base on ballsOff Wellman, 3. Struck outBy Wellman, 3; by Caldwell, 1. Left on basesSt. Louis, 4; New York. & Time of game-1:40:00. Umpires Chili and Connolly. catch. It went for a double and put Vt'eaman acrcss with the run which tied up the !ge.ne until the ninth inning. That flint it seeelen was Lot as one-sided as the statement that the Browns on then would indicate. There was a scare tor the heine fans !n the first half. CM. started by mtnching a ground hit througa Laval) for a ingle. Pipp hunted toward third for a perfect seeritice. 0.ok Met, to Walker. Hartzell hit one a mile out toward right ,an I the fans stood up to watch whether it.would go into the bleachers. Instead Valiums got the itall 11: Tip agamrt tat. fence and the fans sAt deen again. Titere w-ts also a t'rititril situation In the eighth throng . and the only double way ot gne game rtheved it.. Nunainaker in,gan with a single through Leary. '1,-1i-et:man and Caldwell had a itattle and then with the call three and two the Yankee twirler nalked. Itaisel tried to l'Anusitnitnet bunt one anti then ImitenNi .itn vie tri d tovhottathfrasoutgghroteuendderar to ll-1 hut togged third and Th.! w to first fer the dc.uhic Pilling. Perkin Ttitegi i. vent a linet to Levan for the third net. Johnny Laven defenslve- work watt st e hard. and ix chances, nearly every o tT d real testure. of the contest. Levan had He ma e he handled them in rn,er style. e.on Peckin- taught In tbe third and in the third brlliant stops and tfth. and his tag r dtilVotinamakPr in thy o l'IPp was a font-handed affair which It as neat. I-TARRY SEVEREID Robinson Picked to Twirl Cards Into Upper Berth After Three Days' Lay-Off tiffzins' Team Will Tackle fter Three Days' Lay-Off uggins' Team Will Tackle Brooklyn Today. BY C. A. LOVETT, Staff Correspondent of the Globe' Democrat in New York. NEW YORK, May 2.3."Lefty Robin-'..bit may pitch the Cardinals into tirst division tomorrow afternoon. With either MatlieN.son or Teareau in the box. it is reasonable to suppose that the Giants will defeat the Piratesand an even break in a series with Pittsburgh is nothing for the McGrawites to boast over. t4o, If the Cardinals take the second and last game of the Brooklyn series from the Superbas. while the Giants beat Fred elarke's bunch. Brooklyn and New York will be tied for fifth place and St. Louis will climb Into fourth position. Today was the Cards third consecutive day of rest and fourth rest day in the last eight days. There was no exhibition game involving the Brittonites. the Pitts-burghers playing at Long Branch. N. J., against the Cuban team with which the Cards will play 'several exhibition games later in the season. A majority of the charges of Miller Huggins journed down to Coney Island today. but several went to A. Long Branch and witnessed the trim- - ming of the Pirates with Conselman In thc box and a line-up almost regular, to an S to 0 tune. Acosta. the youthful dark-skinned hurler. had the Smoky Tn battets at his mercy and only once filo they threatpn to score. Pittsburgh netted but six hits. while Conselman was far from a mystery. Wilbert Robinson intended to pitch either the veteran. Nap Rucker, or Recruit Appleton against the Cards Friday or Saturday. The two postponements. however. may cause him to shift his selection for tomorrow to big Jeff Pfeffer, who Is twirling great ball just now for the Ebbets Fielders. The Cards are looking forward to some livelv tussles with the Giants at the Polo Grounds, beginning Tuesday and continuing until Friday.i. On Saturday they invade Pittsburgh for a single game. then play- the Cubs in Chicago Sunday and return to St. Louis to open with a: double-header against Herzog's Reds on llonday. Memorial Day. Huggins has reserved Doak. Griner and Sallee for the Giants and Lee Meadows also may get a whack at the one-time pacemakers. Gharrity's Home Run Defeats Indianapolis MINNEAPOLIS MINN.. May 23.associa(JoniCatcher Garrity. . the American Aasoeation's leading batter. bit a home run with two mon on bases in the sixth inning ot to.. day's game - and Minneapolis won. 3 to 1- Score: MI,NNE A POLIS. I INDIANAPOLIS. A B. H.O. A. Ft AB.H.O.A.E. Maosev.rf 4 0 1 0.;,112pmillayt.00 3 1 3 3 0 Jenings.cf 4 2 2 1 el Bronkle.3b. 4 1 0 1 0 AltiTer e 4 1 1 2 olKelly.cf... 3 0 4 0 0 Clushien lb An A ml s'otz lb 4 1 5 1 0 Roniu.lf. 3 1 7 f IlIbitcher.rt 4 1 1 6 wms 2b 4 0 0 5 11cl-sadill 2b 4 0 5 4 1 Smith.Th I 1 I 0 IP Bellies, If. . 2 0 2 0 0 Ts,.!10rd lb I ,0 a 0 a! rna,kb'n.o. 2 0 3 0 0 4-hlt e 4 3 2 atPork.p -3 I I I 6 M.Wms.0 3 0 s 0 I 0 0 0 41 Tcta1s....22 27 10 2' Totals 21 5 24 le 1 BatteA ter Burk In rintb InnIncr. RusaRondoeu Holland. Gharrity. Berney. , SCORE BY INNINGS. CPO). 1 3 4 5 5 76 0 NIPInenoolta 6 fl 0 .3 0 0 x 3 Ineltanaoolle 0 Jr 0 4 I 0 0 0 0-1 , Two-base hitButcher. Home rttnOharrilY. tItalen basesRondeau Obarrity. McMillan: Kelly Burk. Sacrifice bitBlackburn. Earned runeMinneavelle 2: Indianabolls. 1. First bag on erroreIndlanapnli. ' Lett on bases Minneapolis. It First base on tAlleOrt Wkitame. ett Purk. 2. Struck out-- e W :-Pilliams.. 3: by Pur4. 3. Wild -pitches e WIR ItUrir 1 -11.11 iVar-Oir 'rime of aanes-1 :00.r ens and see' ' CARL WEILMAN X Globe-Democrat Rod j t and Gun Appreciated X That the GLORE-DEMorRAY's work in behalf of the huntftrs and X fishermen is appraised at its full 4. .:- value and appreciated by ? s. sportsmen is shown by th,3 follow- y ing letter to the Rod Owl Gun De- ) artmcnt: :1 X As prident of the Madison rounty S Sportsman's League and member of the .". Leesistive Committee of the Southern i? Illinois Sportsman's Lague, I wish to ,te ask you Cost you favor the sportsmen : of Illinois by telling them SRnate bill S. 439 will be voted upon this week both In the House and Senate This bill has been agreed on by our e sportsmen organizations and also by the state commission. We urge all ," Illinois sportsmen to write Rt once; to .7.. 4 their members of the Leglidsture urging them to vote: for grid work for is Senate bill No. 439 sad oppose all t? amendments to it. .e I write to you because know how gwidely read in Illinois are the Globe- 3 Democrat Rod and Gun columns. Now ) is the time we must let spertsmen : t a know they should write abmit Senate bill Na. 439 without delay. so it will t become a law. Yours very truly.'' JAMEs H. ALDOUS, President. : 1 - .t. fishermen Is appraised at its full -.5 - value and appreciated by illinvis , A, et. ..... sportsmen is shown by th,3 follow- x A t ing letter to the Rod Pral Gun De- Ii : I ) artmcnt: . 1 1 X As prident of the Madison rounty 14 S Sportsman's League and n.rober of the .:: Iii Leglslative Committee of the Southern .c. t Illinois Sportsman's Lague, I wish to : ask you that you favor the sportsmen : of Illinois by telling them Senate hill 4? 1t . 439 will be voted upon th i' is week both .. . In the House and Senate. X X This bill has been agreed on by our t X y sportsmen organizations and also hy the state commission. We urge all X 1 : Illinois sportsmen to write Rt once; to .t. .g their members of ,the 1,T1:la:tire urg- ,.:: ing them to vote P.1- and work for Senate bill No. 439 and oppose all y : amendments to it. V XI write to you berauss I know how ..4.... !.. widely read in Illinois are the Globe- 3 t Democrat Rod and Gun columns. Now : is the time we must let spertsmen : - Xknow they should write abmit Senate t S. bill Na. 439 without delay. so it will T .I., become a law. Yours very truly:' X t JAMES H. ALDOUS, President. :',. ::rt:66::"?..:::::"X:::::":":X-:.C.; BIG LEAGUE SUMMARIES. STANDING OF THE CLUES. American League. Club. W. T. Pet. Club. Chicago V 12 .647 WaFhingtn 13 15 Detroit 21 12 .636 Cleveland.. 13 17 New York 17 12 .536 ST. LOUTS 13 20 Boston 13 13 .00 Philadelp'a 10 21 Pct. .464 .4r3 .391 .32j National Iv. I. Pct. 19 12 .9M 17 11 .107 M 15 .r,ao 14 25 .4S3 League. Club. W. Brooklyn .14 ST. LOTTIS.15 Cincinnati 12 New; York. 11 Club. Chicago Philadeln'tt rittshurorh Boston L. Pet. 15 453 17 .469 16 .429 16 -4 7 Federal L v,-. r. Pet rh. :0 12 .625 p 20 14 .58S S' 19 14 .576 P itv 17 14 .548 11 SUNDAY'S 11 League. Club. Pit tsburgh. Chicago. Newark.... KansasCitv W. L. Pet. Brnokivn.. 15 15 .50,1 ST. I-01-1S 14 10 .4'1 raltimore.. 13 20 .394 Buffalo 10 23 .303 RESULTS. American League. St. Donis. 4: New York. IL Wash Ington. 4: Cleveland. t. Chicago 4: Boston. 2 Detroit. 10: Philadelphia. 5. National League. Oven date for al! clubs, Federal League. st Louis. 10: Newark. 2. Kansas City. S: binfeAo. 1. Chicago. 2-1: Baltimore. 0-2 Open date for Pitts lairgh and Brooklyn. TODAY'S SCHEDULE. American League. Boston at St. Lou Pt. New York at Chicago. Philadelphia at Cleelartd. Washington at Detroit. - National League. Pt. Louis at Brooklyn. Pittsburgh at New York. Chicago at Boston. Cincinnati at Philadelphia Federal League. Baltimore et St. Lou. Buffalo at Chicago Newark at Kansas Citv. Brooklyn at Pittsburgh. Amerfcan Association, Minneapolis. 3; Indianapolis. 1. Kansas City. 8: Columbus, O. Milwaukee. 9; Cleveland'. 4. Louisville. 4; St. Paul. Western League. Denver. 3' St. Joseph. 2. Des Moines. 3: Lincoln, 2. ropeks, 3; 9maba. 1. - Sioux City-Wichita game postponed; wet grounds. Central Association. Burlington, 4: Mason City, L Keokuk. 3; Marstialitown, 4. Muscatine, 5; Waterloo. 7. Clinton. 5; Cedar Rapids. & - ,D - 3; Terrietas 1 0, New-ark 3 1 Good Mud hen s St. Louis. ab. r. 'h. th.bh.sh.sh.po. a. e. Tobin,r.f 12111111100 Vaughh,213 '2 2 1 1 3 0 0 4 2 0 5 2 1 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 Borten,lb ,4 1 2 2 1 0 0 11 0 0 W.Miller,I.1 H 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 Hartley,c 4123000600 Dea1,3b 4011000210 E.Johnson,ss 4 1 2 2 0 0 1 0 7 0 Crandall,p 13 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 Totals 32 10 12 13 6 2 3 27 12 0 Newark. ab. r. h. tb.bb.sh.sb.po. a. e. Campbell,r.f 14 McKechnle,3b 13 Rousche,c.f Strand,2b 14 Hohn,lb 4 Esmond,as 14 Scheer,l.f ' 4 Warren,c 10 Textor,c. 14 Mullin,p .0 Whitehouse,p Brandon,p 0, Schaefer 11 Laporte 11 O 1100 13400 O 1100 O 0000 O 1200 O 0000 11100 O 0000 12200 O 0000 O 00.00 O 0000 O 0000 O 0000 o o o o o o o o o o o o o 0 2 1 0 3 2 0 1 0 0 2 1 0 500 320 4 - 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 1 0 1 A) 2 0 1 0 O 0 O 0 Totals 35 3 9 11 0 0 0 24 11 0 Batted for Whitehousejn seventh. "Batted for Brandon in ninth. SCORE BY INNINGS. Club. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 St. Louis 3 10 2 1 0 0 -10 Ncwark 0 0 00 2 0 0 1 0 3 Two- base hitsHartley, McKechnie, Huhn. Double playsEsmond to Strand to Huhn; Deal to Vaughn to Borton. Hit by pitched ballBy Whitehouse, Hartley and Tobin; by Crandall, McKechnie. Wild pitchesMullen, Whitehouse (2). First base on ballsOff Whitehouse, 3; off Mullen, 2; off Brandon, 1. Struck outBy Crandall, 6; by Whitehouse. 1. Pitching recordOff Mullen, 7 hits, 5 runs, In 1 1-3 Innings; off Whitehouse, 5 hits, 5 runs, In 4 2-3 innings Left on basesSt- Louis, 8; Newark, 6.4 Time of game-2:00:00. UmpiresMcCormick and Westervelt. 0 0 24 11 0 W.Johnson Tames Cleveland, 4 to 1; Hits Long Homer King , Outpitclies Morton and Makes Record Clout Over Fence. - CLI-;VELAND, OHIO, May 23.(American)Washingten had no trouble in defeating Cle eland. 4 to 1. today, Johnson outpitching Motton, Cleveland's star hurler. all the way. In addition to holding Clev,tland to five hits and one runo Johnson hit a home run over the left-field fence, the tirst time the feat had been performed in the history of the park. In the ninth inning-he almost got a homer to center, being' thrown out at the plate. Clevciand fa:led to get a man as far ars second untli the ninth. when it bunched three of its five hits. Score: CI,VELAND. I 'WASHINGTON. A13.14.0.A.O. Leib liter. 4 1. 1. 1 OlMoeller.rt., 4 1 0 0 3 Turner 211. 4 0 2 4 11 Foster.3b.. 5 2 0 3 1 ('hap an.s.; 4 1 2 1 t.leonnolle.li 4 1 1 0 0 Jankeon.lb 4 1 11 1 0 Milan.ct... 4 .2 5 0 0 Granev If- 4 1 7 1 Oillandil,lb. 3 0 7 0 SmithAl. 4 0 0 0 11 Morgan 213.. 2 2 5 3 Barbare.343 3 1 2 3 01 Ainstnith.e 4 0 7 1 0 3 0' S I I'McBride.e 4 1 1 4 1 Mortnn 13., 2 0 0 2 11Johnson.D.. 4 2 1 0 0 Janeao... 00000 1 0 0 0 01 Totals...,.3111 27 11 2 Totals.. .33 5 '27, 18 4! Batted for Ntorton in eighth inning RunsCivil:linen. Moeller. Milan. McBride and Johnson , ,CORE BY INNINGS. (lob. t 2 8 4 IS 7' 8 1 Washington .1 0 0 0 I 0 1 1 0 4 Cie eland 0 O. 0 0 0 0 0 1-- Earned runsCleyeland I. Washington. 2. Two-bass hitGranev - Thres-bese hitsJohn' son. Ceinnoliv. , Home runJohnson. Sacrifice hitGandil. Stolen basesl'hanman. Moeller Double plavO'Nellit to Barbara HitsOff Morton. 10 In 8 innings- off Jones. I in 1 First be on I ballsOft Morton 2 Struck outBv Morton. 5: by Johnson, 6. First base errosflePland. !." &shine-ton. 2, on basesCloysiend. 5 Washington. 7 Time of game-136M. rmvireeNallin And toinne4a. OF -HKDGES ,: l .1'.-.7.7:', ,77.,.. 1 Ailio (4.75.q:,... , ,.. ,,,.. fr . 1 ri4gtati - ' .4100.. i 1-i..k..,'''' . ,,,,p,,,,.... , 1 Is Feds Wield Big Sticks, b.po. a.e. 1 1 0 0 Rout Mullin in Second 0 4 2 0 1200 O 11 0 0 O 1001 Romp Home with Bacon 0 6 0 0 1 O 210 I 4 1070 O 0 2 0 Tobin, Vaughn, Borton and Miller Clout Ball to All Corners 3 27 12 0 13.pco. a. e. of the LotLloyd Rickart and Fielder Ala,nson SurO 2 1 0 I rised tite-Fans by Forcing Federal Park Into Condi() 3 2 0 1 O 1 0 0 1 t1011 to Play"Doc" Crandall,. Occupies Mound. BY GLEN L. WALLAR HANKS to the persistency ofPresident Lloyd Rickart, and, Manager'Fielder Jones of the local Federal Leaguers,St. Louis has another game in the Won column this morning, the Terriers ,defeating Newark yesterday afternoon, 10 to 3. Rickart and Jones are to be credited with the victory. They simply. refused to allow the heavy rain A of the morning to prevent The contest. But few 'persons in town believed It possible to stage - a ball game at Federal League Park yesterday after) noon. These few, though. who wandered to Grand and Laclede were well repaid, as from a St. Louis standpoint it would be hard to beat the game won by the Terriers yesterday. Rickart, Jones and several of. the ballplayers assisted Groundkeeper Billy Stocksieck and his squad in putting the infield in shape. and it must be said they succeeded far beyond e:cpectations. The diamond was fairly fast and the fact that not the semblanee of an error was made. by either side indicates that the going On the infield was not so bad. Timely hitting won the game for the Terriers.. Of course effective pitching by Otis Crandall also was quite an hnportant factor in the victory as Doe had the visitors banging on a string until after his teammates had given him a good lead. After that he let down a little. was the stiekwork, though, that featured the work of the locals. Jones boys walloped the ball for twelve hits, driving George Mullin to the bench in less than two innings and tendering Whitehouse, his successor, a warm reception. It was the second day in succession that Whitehouse had' been called upon by Manager Phillips for relief duty. "Germany" Schaefer took Whitehouse's place at bat in the seventh, only to strike out, and "Chick" Brandon, a former Pirate, faced the locals in the last two innings the Terriers had at bat. As Tobin, Vaughn, Borton. Miller and company had runs "sufficiency" Brandon managed to get by with ease. - Get Early Lead. St. Louis started early to cinch the game, scoring -three in the first. Tobin walked' and went to second on a wild pitch. Vaughn singled ever short, Tobin stopping at thirtL Kirby hit to MeKechale and Tobin was caught in a run-up between third and home and finally put out. Vaughn reaching, third Old Kirby second while the visitors were catching Tobin.. Burton lined a ,single to right center. scoring Vaughn and Kirby. Miller singled to rights Dorton taking third. Hartley dropped a single in left, Borton 'scoring the Third run. Dear lifted to Itousehe while Johnson popped to Esmond., , Crandall opened the locals' half of the second with a Texas leaguer to rigitt for a base. Tobin sacrificed. Vaughn walked. Kirby 'Nit to eenter, Crandall stopping lit third, and the bases were tilled. , Borton shut a single to right center,- and Crandall and Vaughn chased across the plate. while Kirby reached third; This punch settled' Mullin, Manager Phillips calling for Whitehouse., On Ward Miller's long fly to Scheer. Kirby scored the third run cLARENCE WALKER of the inning. Haktley fouled to Mr'- Kechnle. 1 After Deal was out in the third Johnsoe singled to center. stole . second and went to third on a wild pitch. Catcher Warren et the visitors split a finger trying to stop this wild 'pitch, and was replaced by Tex- ter. The Terriers then pulled oft the squeeze plaYdopertection. With Johnson racing for 111e-, plate, Tobin laid down a perfect bunt. So good was it dhat White- house even tailed to get Johnny at Brat In the ttifth the Newteds scored tw:ce. After Esmond struck out, Scheer beat out a hit clown the third-base line. Tester singled to right., 'Whitehouse struck out. but .Campbell singled to right. filling the bases. McKeehnie and 1,tousche followed with slow hits toward second, on which Scheer and Tester tallied. The 'Ideals also, counted twice in this Inning. Johnson singled, but was.forced at second by Crandall. Tobin ;was hit. Vaughn got a base on balls, filling the bases. tampbell could not hold on to Kirby's pop back of first, hut threw to second in time to force Vaughn. Crandall scoring on play: while Tobin reached third. Tobin and Kirby. then. pulled the double steal, Johnny storing. Hartley's double and Deal's single in the sixth gave the Terriers their tenth run, the hits coming after Borton and Miller had been retired. The visitors scored again in the eighth on doubles by McKetchnie and Huhn, McKechnie crossing the plate.. Baltimore calls today for a three-game series. As the Terriers took two out of three front Newark, Manager Jones feeli confident 'of doing as well against Knabe, Doolan & Co. Ladies' day at the Federal League Park ha a been changed from - Monday to Tuesday. Bloomington Signs Lindsay. BLOOMINGT9N. 1 ILL.. May Bloomington today signed J. E. Lindsay. shortstop with Nashville last season. Catcher Ferd Scheid of St. Louis, who was relehsed two weeks ago was signed again today. ,1:044:04:0:0:01,040,9:0 0:4 0:041,04CINIP:00,:. 0:0400:0 11:00:00.0. 1;00:0 4." 6:1 .je Evans Spends Day .::: - ) on Sr. Louis Links : -Chick" Evans, noted golfer, l .- ;, spent an enjoyable day yesterday .1. .e upon lotal links. In the morning !. S: Mr.' Evans, paired with Burt'lValk er. ehgaged In ,a foursome with t Harry Potter and Stuart Stickney y X at the Glen Echo Country Club, - !. Potter and Stickney winning the .5 t match, I up. Evans' medal score for the eighteen holes Wals 14. In 4 !. the afternoon Mr: Evans joined a t party at the Log ,Cithin Citth and . Y. .the Chicagoan. made ' the course in )7:0 00 4.";e4";t' :":1":":":"C":" :":40,4041' Evans Spends Day .:, on Sr. Louis Links l "'Chick" Evans, noted golfer, ,I spent an enjoyable day yesterday upon 'mai links. In the morning ! Mr. Evans, paired with Burt-Walker. ehgaged In ,a foursome with Harry Potter and Stuart Stiekney at the Glen Echo Country Club, Potter and Stickney winning the .5 match, 1 up. Evans' medal score . 1' . r ;---1 iktp, . . , . . , , . - . . , , . , , , , , a t . , , - . - , , .. . . 1 . . 11 , . ., -... 1 ... , - , . , ..; , - , , .- . I, , - - . . . .. , , - , , ,.. , . , , , . , , - - - - - - - --, - ., , , . . --- . . . . . . 1 -1 I ' -

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