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SUNDAY MORNING, THE PITTSBURG POST august e, lyoa- ((BASEBALL AVERAGES SHOW THAT CY SEYMOUR LEADS IN BA TTINOWAQISEf AT HIS HEELS? l ... . I i.K.f- v.!. . v...in.wl rn t i Trn 1 TWP PT?TTT?lt PI Yl Mf! Tf1 Dl A V fcfifYTD A I I ! F T n II fl 111 17 1 1 F1J Fl II film COUtm LEAGUE GAMES VI I LLVALE CAPTURES CLOSE CONTEST ON NEW KENSINGTON GROUNDS. EVEN BREAK AT NATRONA. ;rnegle, Each Lyceum and Shiner Teams Land a Victory Standing of Clubs. GAMES IN THE VALLEY. Oonora Meets Defeat In a Lively Slugging Match on the Charlerol Grounds. CHAHLEROI, Aug. 5 Charlerol dc-f rated the Lonora team here to-day In a slugging match, Charlerol having 14 hits ana winning out, 9 to 7. The game was replete with ertors, many of which were responsible for runs. Granger star.ed to pitch for Donora, but retired In tn third inning, lit favor of Mcllvaine, who pitched good ball. Bechttd was hit freely. The features were the three-base hits of Pegg and Coulson. 5or; "chaS R.BPA.Kl DON. RBP.AE. If! THE PROTECTIVE. HOMESTEAD FALLS VICTIM GOOSE EGG MALADY AT YOUNGSTOWN. OF BUTLER WINS AT WASHINGTON STANDING OF THE CLUBS. VV. L. Pet i y. L. pet Fairbanks.. 4 o 1 o, Carnegie i t naner. . . .. 4 I .&o , L.yi emu 1 . ,4ju Miiitei.... 4 3 .fil( Nntrina 2 3 .4-o J,eif,.id... 3 1 .frM; Ingram 2 4 .331 Jilllda e.... i 4 .O Ntw Kdii... 1 4 ROHKDrLE FOR THIH WFEK. Tueaday, ililldaU at fhanrn l Umpire Wll- smi; Thursday, alrbank at Ingram t Umpire mci aii; Saturday games: Shanrs at ew Kensington (Umpire Carter): Mlllvale at Ly- reum i Umpire McCalli; Fairbanke lit Bedford U mpire Whson); Blllilale at Miruni Umpire Bowser); Carnegie at Ingram (Umpire l.hoemaker). NEW KENSINGTON. Fa.. Aug. 5 (Special.) Mlllvale defeated New Kt-n-smgton lure to-biy In a red hot contest by the seme of 3 to 2. Th gamo terminated In a pitcher' battle between Johnson and Browskl, In which Johnson pitched the better nam". New Kenning ton started the scoring in the firat, Kloan reaching flrat on the. missed third strike. He alol second and scored on Heinle-moil's single. In the ninth they scored Hgaln on AahenluuKh'l fine bunt, which he beat out, ami r Henderson's out at lirat he tried for third and mailt it on a high throw by Clotjso, which allowed him to score. Millvale won the game In the fifth inning, after two men were out. Huhn singled, and on the middle fielder dropping Bales' fly, both men were safe. Johnson received a base on balls. Piling the lias's ClouHe also got a base on balls, forcina: a run over the plate. Hl'ki'V lilt fr two bases to If ft center, dilvlng Hates and Johnson ovtr the plate. Wetzel emled the Inning, going out from second to firm. Score; RB P.A.E 1 MII.U It II PA C Mathers, r .0 1 0 0 Pegg, in.. ..2 3 0 0 Mlhcr, m....O C 0 1 Kodgers. m.O Oil Barril, 2.. 2 2 3 3 Kroman, 1.1 0 0 3 Murray, C..2 JOS Lylle. 1 3 i 13 0 Urattv, 3...0 3 13 lrln, B...0 3 16 Rechtel, p..O 0 0 SiO'Nell. ni...O i'i Ir. 3 0 0 Hroad'nt, 2. 0 o. Coulaon. 1-..0 1 t'oggins. ...! 0 M i l-ary, I I litiall. r I 2; Mooney. e.,.0 li.Oranger, p..O li M'llvlnc, p..0 01 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 s 10 1 1 2 6 0 0 2 3 Sharon Lands a Game From Niles. Other Brisk Diamond Battles. Totals . 13 27 23 1 Totals ..7 11 24 9 J o N K. OT'nn'll, 3 0 114 III Clnuae, 1... 0 0 13 0 1 l-loan, 1 1 0 3 4 Oilllrkty, 2...i 1 1 I .ntrh, i l 1 2 3 (i, WVtif I, m.. O 0 3 0 0 lln on, c.U 1 4 2 0Millr, I i 0 3 0 0 WarnT, 1 0 e 4 0 0 Mahne, r... ' 0 0 0 0 lUrin lh, 10 llo 0 0 W-ber, a 0 0 2 0 urrv. m . O 0 3 0 1 nihil. 3 1 3 10 lt-n. r 0 K o 0 llKm-, c 1 17 11 l;vikl, p.O 0 1 0 i Johnson, p. l 10 4 0 Total. ..2 4 27 13 2 Totals ....3 S 27 14 'i S'W Kensington lOOOOOOn 1 1 Mlilvale 00003000 0 1 Tao-ba.o filt 111' key. etnien bases Mate., Klnan. H.h.. on t'lla o'lionnell, C'lauiw, Wetxel. Miller. Johnnn. Hit by pl'rhe1 ball Clause. Hlruik out-lly Joliriann 1, by Urowekl 2. Hacrifli.e lilt Ituline. I niplre IJjwair. Honors Divided at Natrona. Natrona and Fairbanks divided honors In a double-header at Natrona yesterday p.fternoon, Fairbanks winning the first game by a score of 9 to 2. and Natron winning the sc.nd gamo by a score of 4-0. after elht Innings ' f ft ball. The (rami) was stopped la the eighth on account of i!arkri'ss. rtcote: Charlerol 0 3 3 0 2 0 0 1 bonori 0 1 0 2 0 2 0 2 Tuo-biiw hits Murray. Dewar, Coggine. Mc-Cleary. Mooney. 'I nree-basa hits 1'egg. Coulson. Sacrriflre hits Peg. I'rben. Dewar, Hioailbent. Ivuble play Heclitel. Murray, ly- tle; Uranger, Md 'Ic-ary, Dewar; Rodgera ana Lvtle. Hit by Pitcher O' Nell. Lytle. htruca out Hy Hechtel 3. by (Iranger 1. by Mcllvalna Passed balla Mooney L. Time i:u. Ai- tendance I,0u0. L'mplre Mika Regan. Valley League Without Head. BELLKVEKNON. Aur. 6. (Special.) The Munongahela Valley league Is now without a president. William M. Lea-mon, of Monessen. having resigned this evening. Personal reasons are given. A meeting will be held at Charieroi on Monday evening to act on the resignation and elect a new head. The standing of the clubs Is as follows: VC. 1. P- i W. I. Pet. nellevemon.. 1 .ii7!rvnora 3 4 .3.5 Brownsville... 4 3 .bil Charlerol Fayette City, t 3 .owi.Monongahela.. 3 4 -33J Avalon Gets Bellevue Game. Avalon A. A. A. defeated the cracW Hellevue Y. M. C. A. team at BelUvu yesterday before a crowd of 3.(' people by a score of 11 to S. Bucking again pitched fine bnll, allowing but four bits unci fanning M men. Buying gave eight bases on balls, due t bis long ride from New York. This, with six errors, gave Bellevue eight runs. Place. Hallett. Taylor. Kalaton and H. Telp batted well for Avalon. especially Place, who had four hits, and llallett. who cleared the bases on a scorching three-base hit. For the home team S'evenson and Crozler put up a fine fielding game. Croiier pulled down a line drive off Kal.itons bat after a hard run. which would have teen a homer, as It was headed for the left held fence. This makes Avaion's elRhi- eenth victory without a defeat- ncore: R B P.A E I Y.M C.A. R.B P. A fc.. YOUNGSTOWN. O.. Aug;. 3.-(Special.) The Youngstown team batted Eaatley hard to-day, and shut out the Homesteads 8 to 0. Only one of the visitors reached second base. bolan had his right hand slit during the first inning and retired In favor of Baldy Thomas, who pitched fine ball. Score: O. W. R.B P A E l HOME. R B P.A E. Blount. r...3 M'loney. m l Phyle. I 1 Whitney. 11 M'Cloe y. 2.0 W.T'm's. 1.1 Burton, a-.-O Flelda. C...1 Itolan. p 0 B. Tin's, p.O 0 0 Morgan. 1...0 0 OjKennoy, S...0 2 0 Col Una. 3....0 0 0 Mat hay, r...O 1 i; Kohl, c 0 0 0 Sellers. m...O Totals .... 14 27 1 i Powell, l 0 0 0 Eaatley, p.. .0 2 0 Keichard, 3..0 1 0 Totals 0 4 24 3 FAIR. ft H P. A E j NAT. K B P A K. Hub an. r. 2 2 1 0 0 IVrr, 3 1 15 4 0 Mangold, 2 0 0 3 1 Oj fable. 1 1 2100 1'f-ifer, 1 .1 1 12 0 I'Conwel), e..O 2 3 0 0 Mppert. in 1 4 1 0 o M. holaa. 2 . 0 2 11 I(Tt. 3 1 2 I 2 0, Sweeney. r. O 0 0 1 Jiueshler, .221- o).Mson, m... 0 0 3 0 0 Kianlcy. I. 0 0 0 0 0 nine, p 0 0 110 Pruher, c.O 1 IHkel!, S...0 13 4 3 CautTey, p.. 2 1 0 3 0j Huey, 1 0 0 10 0 3 Tntele ... 11:111 oj Totals ...2 4 27 13 0 4 04 3 0 i l 0 3 M-trger and Fairbanks 1 2 2 2 0 J I) 0 0 Natrona 2 0 0 0 0 0 0ft "2 Two-base hits Connell, Nlppert. Three-base hlta I'feifer. Htrurk out By '"uffey 3, by ( line 2 Iiaes on balls Oft C'auflfey 2, off Cline 1. Umpire ijarlln. itl.n.VD GAME. Nstrna 0 0 0 0 0 0 Fairbanks 0 0 0 0 0 0 Patterics Mason and Connell; Irher. Ingram Gets a Goose Egg. Pittsburg Lyceum defeated Ingram at the latter place. The feature was tue pitching of Maillne, who allowed Ingram but one hit, not a man reaching nrst until the seventh Inning. Ingram liad the ban. full In th- ninth, with Hob Morris up. Things looked bright for fl few runs, but 11 fast double piay by McAteer and F. Brown killed ail cnaticea of tallying. Score: HB.r.A.Ei I NO. RBPA.E. A. A A. A. IMace. m 1 4 10 0 fctevens'n. 2 2 12 4 1 C Delp. O...0 0 14 3 0 Oder, m 1 0 2 0 0 Ralston, r..3 t 1 0 O rroaler. I....0 0 2 0 0 Tavlor. s . 1 2 0 1 2 1 gherty. s 0 0 3 1 1 Robtsn, 23111 l,VVsrl. r 1 1100 Ballet. I....1 2 10 0 Klskad'n. C.O t 1 I Rankin. 1...1 2 4 0 lJWeaver. 3...0 0 0 1 1 H Ielp. ail 2, ctrneral. 1.. .1 1 2 1 Buckley, p.l 1 0 2 0Barrtt. p...l 1 O S 0 Totals ...lllT:r: Tuals .... 4 27 14 - Avalon A A A 10400050 1-11 Bellevue Y M C A 110020103 Two-base hlta Mace. Hallet. Bucking. H. fieip. Rteenon. Ward. Three-base bits Hal- let. Taylor ftolen liases Aalon . BelieTue t. Iiouble Llv liaugherty unaatsedi. Hit by Iltcner-By Hurkn.g 3. by tiarrett 1. Haw n llis Off Bucking . off Barrett 4 Struck cut By Bucking 14. by Barrett 7. Wild pltche. Bucking 3. Barrett 2. Time 2 .&. I mpire Coombs. Attendance 3. . Irwin Makes Hits at Manor. MANOR. Aug. 6. (Special) The Irwin team ram here and defeated the team of this place In the second same of the series. Manor won the nrst by the ecore of 11 ti Weirs, who relieved Arthers In the fourth, pltche a good game. Fulton also pitched a good game, allowing Manor three singles. Kcore: Youngstown 01101104 t Homestead 00000000 0 0 Two-base hits Blount 2. Phlle. Whitney Racrlflce hit Whitney. touble play Barton and Whitney. Bases on ba.ls Off Thomas 1, off Eastley 2. Hit by pitched ball W. Thomas. etruck out By Eastley z. by Thomas I. wild pucn t-a.tley. i lme 1:50. L mplre Evans. Butler Wins at Washington. WASHINOTON. Pa. Aug. S Speclal Washington lost the sixth game of the ser's to-day to the Butler Independents by a scote of II to 4. Both Slaughter and Haaleton pitched great ball, but the Washington twtrler'a eup-port waa emtrerr.eiy ragged at critical etagea. The heavy hitting cf the Washington players was the feature. Most of these hits came, how ever, with n. runners on basee. or the a. games played by the two teams. Washington has won three, lost two and tied one waynea-t.urg plays here Monday. Attendance Bcere: and celebrated his return by striking out 13 men. Only one visitor reached first base and that on an error. The ball waa knocked out of the diamond but once and only 27 men faced Hobson. Banyack. who pitched for the visitors, was also effective, and the best Kid "Wllllama- hard hitters could do was to get six hits. The score: PUNX. R.B.P.A.E. ADR. R.B.P.A.E.' Allen, ....! Mack'n. r...o F Cam1 11. 2 1 Wllhelm. 10 Williams, 11 Corr gan, s.O M'Don'd. c.0 Calh'n, nv.O Hobson. p..O 1 0 J OIR.Cam'11, ..0 0 2 10 0 OlVolk, 3 0 0 0 A 4 J A1I..liA 4 A A 1 a a v; nvwiii, a- v v 11 l l 1 10 0 1 1 IS i o 0 0 Totals Madden. 1...0 0 B Cam' 11. c.0 0 Kinn'urg. r.O 0 J.Cam'll. a..O 0 Larson. m..O 0 Bunyack. p.O 0 ..s 26 o; Totals ..0 0 24 11 4 Punxsutawney 0 n 0 0 0 1 1 1 3 Adrian 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 Stolen ba-e Allen. Two-base hlta Mack own. Williams. Base on balls Off Bunyack 1. Hit by pitched ball Calhoun dtruck out By Hobson I, by Bunysck 1. Passed ball B. Campbell L Time 1:S5. Empire Cowan. Zelienople Does Shutout Act. ZELIENOP1-E, Pa.. Aug . SpMal ) Ze'icn-ople to-day ahut out Melrose A. C. by a score of t to 0. Kavanaugh strue kout nine men and allowed but four scattered hits. Scorej ZELIEN. R.B P.A.E.I jFrOSE. R B P.A E. 0 OjByera, m....O 1110 1 01 Miller, r 0 0 0 0 0 1 Binger. 3 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 Deitrtck, S..0 114 3 0 0 Wilson, p. ..9 110 0 1 OjOarr, 1 0 0 i 3 1 3 0i Hoffman. 1. 0 0 9 0 0 OiWett'ngel. 1-0 0 0 0 0 3 0E Miller, c.0 1310 TJ ANS WAGNhK dAlNb bhVLR . . POINTS ON LAf?KY CY SEYMOUR. JJED OUTFIELDER Still Leads in Batting aid Also in Several Other Departments An Even Dozen Players Have Made 100 Hits or More This Season. . . j TlfAGNER, by good stick work, gained tier, and 12 triples, the same number as I T seven points on Seymour last week H.Young. 3 0 1 1 Kelby, r 0 1 0 Carr. 2 2 1 1 J a ion. 1....S 2 t E.Young. It Rogner, c.l Garmen, s..l Cu'ham. m.O Kav'n'h, p.O 3 1 0 11 1 0 1 0 1 1 Tot a la ..i 15 27 11 If Totals . .0 4 24 11 4 BUTLER R.B P A E WASH. R B P A E. Bates. I 0 1 1 0 0 Keener, 1....0 10 0 1 Iiemo.s. 1. 2 13 0 i Erlser. 1 1 10 0 0 Nolan, m . l 3 2 0 0 M con l. m.l 2 3 0 0 Troupe. s...l 0 t I 0 James, e 1 0 7 11 hocwell. c 1 1 2 u Csriss. J 1 2 3 4 1 Harklns. r 0 1 0 0 0 Oladrit r. 10 1 10 1 1 M't afTy. 30 0 0 0 0 Springer, t -0 0 1 0 0 Tralnor. 2.1 0 4 4 Otover. 0 12 11 Hazrit'n, p. 3 10 1 0;Siaug ter. p.O 0 1 t 0 Totals .... 1 27 12 2,' Totais ... 4 i 27 12 5 P-itler 2 0 1 0 0 2 0 1 1 Washington .0 0 0 2 3 O 0 0 04 Two-base bits MoConnell. Rtover. Bstes. Photwell. DeMoss Three-base blta Carlss, McConnell. Sacrifice hits Nolan. Ertser. Struck out By Hagelton i, by Slaughter I. Bit by pitcher Stover. First base on balls Off Ba-eiton . off Slaughter 4 Balk Plsugh-ter. Passed ball James. Time 145. Umpire Curran. Nlles Gets Trimmed at Sharon. SHARON'. Pa. Aug I 'Special )eharon trimmed Nlles In a. decisive rcann-r to-day through goc.-i atirk work and M .ran's clever pitching Nile, was able to secure but five s-attered hits, two pf which came in 'he sixtn Inning and resulted tn one run. They got their second run tn the ninth on a hit. -tae on balls and two outs at firei Witn tr.ree on base In the fourth. Ferguson made a two-bag-g-r. sending all three home In the eighth, with second and third occupied, rmlfh single,!, giving Aharon two more runs. ctrt was no puzzle and bla delivery was vastly solved. Hharon's Infeld did great work. Kerr male two difficult catches Score: SHAR RBP.AE NILE3. H.BP.A.E. P. L. Woolm'n, 112 2 0 Roehn. s 1 1 1 4 M-Mtis, 3....0 3 0 2 P. Brown, 110 8 0 l.nvvrce. 2 2 2 2 0 M A'ftr, r 3 1 1 1 M'l'ail, c...' 1 11 1 T lif n, ni o 0 2 0 Mahne, p..u 10 0 Totals s 11 27 c; Walker. t'j'innani, i o Hendry, 3 0 Morris. 1. 1 Kraii, c 1 Koper. 1 C, I'orte, m cA.ton. r. 1 A ii'l-riw n, I Bluett, p 2.0 0 4 1 s.O 1 0 2 J. 0 0 0 2 .,..) 0 PI 0 0 0 10 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ... 0 0 1 1 p ) 0 I 0 ...0 0 12 Pittsburg Lyceum 2 0 Ingram 0 0 'l wo-base hit ;raham. Bendry, Woolrnan, Roehn Ateer, T. Brown. Iiouble Totals 0 ....0 1 27 11 2 3 0 0 0 1-1 0 0 0 0 0 'I htolen bass 2, Iatwrence. Mc-plsys Bluett and MANOR. RBP.A E I IRWIN. .RBP.A E. Bell, r 0 1 1 0 0 K FMItor,, 3.1 0 1 3 1 (i Heaa'y. 3 0 0 1 3 " Kadford, 1...0 2 12 0 Naley, I....1 0 0 0 2 Rouldon. 2. ..2 3 0 1 0 O Nesle. S..0 0 4 4 I I.einhart m l 12 11 Gardner. 1..0 111 1 0; Harrison, c.0 1 0 0 Wslth'r. m.O 0 0 0 1,J imlth. s ..0 1 1 2 0 Palmo. C...0 0 4 0 F Smith. 1...0 0 10 0 H Heas'y, 2 0 0 4 4 1 J Fulton. p .O 114 2 Arthers. p.l 10 1 1 Kline, r 1 0 10 0 Wfclrs. p....O 0 I 0 CjTII 0 0 0 0 0 Totals ... 2 3?4 12 , Totals ... 5 127 12 4 Fix batted for F. Smith. Radford out for not touching flrat. Manor 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 02 Irwin 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 n 1 a Home run Ilnhart. Facrtrtce hits O. Ht-ly, Naley and Neale. Struck out By Arthers 3. by Weirs 2. by Fulton . Bases on balls-Off Fulton 2. Morns; McAteer anil Brown. Has, on balls HIT Bluett 1. off Anderson 2. Struck 'out By Msdine 11. by Bluett i. by Anderam . Lifi-plre McCall. Carnegie Wins in Ninth. Carnegie defeated Hllldiil" at Carnegie by a siore ol to i. Ix.y s pitching and batting r largely responsible lor Hi.ldaie's defeat, bo having four hits. A slng;e by Davis, a t' on bl) to Patterson, and lx.y's stngx swrel i arnesie's wtmiiiig run in to: ninth with two out. hcors; CAR. R II P.A.E HILL. R B.P A.E 'J'ltork, m.O 3 0 0 0-Maufer, m. O 0 1 0 1 Uam, s.O 1 1 2 2 Taylor, 1-p. l 2 0 0 0 Uiitrier, 1. 0 2 P 0 O'Cauley, r 1 1 0 0 A ben. 2 u 0 0 3 0 price 2 0 I 1 3 0 .".I Min i, r 1 1 0 1 Rebele, 2 u 0 2 2 1 II fonlin, I I 0 0 1 0 Love, s I l 0 3 0 Davis. 3... 2 4 2 2 ij Mucker, c.l Oil 2 0 'i Ht'.on, c.u 0 M 1 in Apple, 1 0 2 16 1 ly, p 1 4 0 1 0 i urn. p .. .'I 0 0 10 lllret.m, 1....0 0 I 0 0 Totals 17 J7 10 a' Totals ... & 2J 10 3 Two out FtmuifV out, 'nrnegle ... Jlill'Ui- when winning mn was bunted tbird strike. l 2 L 0 0 0 fl 1 i) i) 2 'I 0 1 0 :ored. 1-0 0 i Twu-I'sse htts-l'rl. e, Dtv:s 2. M' Mnus 2, llittner Borne run Love Kacrlhre h.t-l.lttner, G Htnltb, I v.t '-ri.r., Muker, ' urtls r-tileri baees Tn v lor, I'rb-e. ! ) Doubie iMtt.vn- M'l' kT and Apple, live, Heb'le and Api-le, Hit bV plt-'her I'rbe ptttaea on bail i. iff Loy i. off iljrtls 1, cfT Tstior t. Pe4 I a. is Patterson 2, Mucker 2 I inplr W Leon. Shancrs Deat Bedfordc. The Fhaners played at Bedford f-ark yesterday and for tbiee Innings f illed to score, but In tbe fourth tin y bailed r ut four runs, ad- llrig another In Hie .eventn and two in tbe egn'h, while the best the He I ford, could do t'. i,ly thrice. Hcore; ' V.VA II H T.A E j KHAN. R B P. A.E. Ftarbln. S...1 Martin. 3.0 r.et T i r. c 0 'Allies, 1-..I I '.. Bellevernon vs. Fayette City. BELLE VERNON. Fa . Aug S Bellevernon Increased Its Pad by downing Fayette "lty i to 2 In a hard-fought pitchers' battle to-day. The visitors' one mi splay cost a run, another being a lucky home run. and the third coming In on a walk, sacrifice and single Helsle Elliot pur one over the left fielder's head for four sacks In the seventh and again got a three-corr.er blngle In the ninth, scoring when Pam Graehlng shut his eyes and panted the leather for a couple. Fast fielding characterized the contest throughout the game. The work of Willis Humphries. Allen. Charlie O'Brien and I-atrn was of a sensational order. It waa Allen a fir.t game at snort, Eeeii-ler having quit the team without notice, and he will likely be a fixture there. Both Lavery and Humphries pitched line ball. George l uip s umpiring was about the best ever, not a kick of any consequence being made. Hcore; ""BELL. R B P.A. E : F. C. r b.p.a""fT. Fergus'n. s 0 1 4 3 1, Cooper, m. -- 1 3 Flmn. 3 .. 0 2 2 & 1 Patters-n. 1.0 0 Forkum. 2.1 12 4 1 Drake. 1...0 1 2 Kerr, 1 1 13 0 0-O.rton. C... 0 0 3 Bud Iph. m.O 1 0 0 0 Krueger. 2. 0 1 3 Fitrg'ld. c 1 1 0 1 f Del'h nty. r 0 0 1 Smith, r 1 10 0 1 Maitg. s 0 2 Welty, 1 ...1 1 14 0 iM filnt k. 3112 Slcran. p...O 0 0 1 0 Stewart, p...l 1 0 Totala ...,S 127 14 4! Totals ... 2 127 Zelienople 0 0 0 I 0 4 2 0 U 1 Melrose A. C 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 4 4 Two-base hits Carr. Oamwn. Double plays Garmen. Carr and Jaxon; Hoffman and Carr. Base on bails Off Kavanaugh 1. oft Wilson 1. F'ruck out-By Kavanaugh 1. by Wllaon 1. Umpire Allen. Land Trust Cinches Pennant. TRUST LEAGUE STANDING. Won. Loert Pet. Land Trust 1 ."0 Guarantee Title A Trust t 4 Commonwealth 4 4 .V Real Estate Trust 0 1 .0( The Land Trust Company took an Interesting game from the Guarantee team by the a. -ore of II to 4 and thereby cinched their hold on first place. This makes the fourth straight game I.and Trust has taken from Ouarantea. the leaders having won the entire series now. land Trust won mainly through superior batting, falling on McKee in the third and fourth Inning for eight hits and 10 runs. Ur'. Trust Co 0 0 4 4 0 0 111 10 1 Ot-.ar. ntee O02I1OO4 41 ilatterlea Boardman and McKim: McKea and Borchers. 4 Greenfield Breaks Even. The Greenfields went to Clslrtcm and broke even with the team of that place. McGowan's pitching and batting and the general fielding of tnh trams were the features of the first game The second game waa a nice exhibition and resulted in the defeat or the visitors oy the score of 1 to 1. Greenfield 0 0 1 0 0 0 1-1 flairton 10100001 14 Batterlea McOoeraa and TagmaJer. Koontx and street. 4 Homestead Cancels Two Games. Homestead L A. C. plays at M'K seaport tomorrow. On Tuesday and Wednesday they were trt nave played the Butler team at ton i- but Manaaer Blsber was notified by freidenl Farrell through President Morton, of the Ohio and Pennsylvania lesgue. that Butler waa em Ploying players under contract wth the Cen tral league and Homestead had to cancel the Butler games On Thursday Homeatead will leave fr Atlantic City to plav the shore team on Friday. Saturday and Monday arid Tuesday nf the following week Banksville Wins In Runaway. P-anksville defeated the Hilltop A. C. ef the fouthside. yesterday. 24 to 2 Dewald was on the rubber for Banksville and pitched tn hts best form, allowing only three hits, besides batting hard Watktns. of the P. A. C. caught for Banksville in masterly style, Banksville 33444431 24 14 1 Hiiitop a. c i o i o e o o e 3 1 1 Batteries Dewald and Wattns: Ahalty. Mc-Fteen and Morrey. Umpire Williams. and the count now stands Seymour J61, Wagner .358. Although Seymour made 10 hits against 8 for W'agner. he played In more games and had more chances. The tall Red outfielder not only leads the league In batting, but In hlta as well. hav. lng 129, against 122 for Donlln and 120 for Wagner. He also leads In doubles, total and extra bases, a pretty good season's work when It Is taken into consideration that he has a hard bunch to beat in Wagner. Donlln. Chance and others. Seymour made 28 two-bass;ers, against 25 for Wag- Clarke. Dahlen leads in home runs, with 6, while Maloney still retains his lead in stolen bases. CJieason, who has a monopoly in sacrifice hits, has 22. Just an even dozen players have made 100 or more hits up to Thursday. Of this number Pittsburg and Philadelphia have three each. St. Louis and Cincinnati two, with one for New York and Chicago. Thomas leads Donlin Just one run on the season's play. Twelve players are batting at .300 or better, with Pittsburg having four. New York four, Philadephia one. Chicago two and Cincinnati one. The complete record of all the players who have taken part In 10 games up 10 and Including the game played Thursday follows: Kharon 0 0 0 3 141 04 0 0 0 2 Nlles o 0 0 0 1 0 1 0i Two-base hit Fergus.. n. Stewart. Bases on balls fl Stewart 2. off Moran 3. Struck out By Moran 1. by Stewart 2. Iouble plays Ferguson and Wepv. Flynn and Welty. Tuna l.io. Umpire Wilson. Leetsdale Shuts Out Sycamores. Ietsdale shut out Sycamore at Leetsdale yesterday. Petsch pitched a masterly game and was well supported hy Mortimer behind the bat. Carroll al.;o pitched fine ball. Leetsdale was unable to connect with his delivery until the eighth inning, when a single, an error and a Iwo-bjM hit scored two runs. Both teams played a good clean game in ihe field. J. Weber carried off the bailing honors by driving in all of Leets-dale's runs. Score: Metropolitans Insufficient. The Larren Reserves defeated the Metropolitans tn a fast game by the score ef 1 t 2 The feature cf the same was the pitching of L, Ryan and fielding of the Larren Reserve. Score : 1-arren Res 2 0 1 n 1 fl 0 1-S I Metror'dttans ....OS ISO ISO 2 4 1 Batteries Rysn snd Mullln: Breen and Nager. Umpires Jnhnson and Breen. STCA. R B P A E i LKKTS. R.P. P A E. Hywood. 10 0 0 1 I'nd w d. 11 0 12 0 Jenkins. 1.0 10 0 Rlneh't. rn 0 0 0 0 W H'm's. 2.1 0 2 4 Menefee. r.O 0 10 Wlnfleld. c.0 1 10 1 Allen, a. 0 112 B.li'm'a, p.l 1 0 2 Total ... 3 4 27 II 2 Mflir'ti, s.O 'jCO-ftr n. rn.') 1 Glll gh'm. r 0 0, H Elliott, 1.2 0 Graeblng. c.0 0 I-ahm. 1 0 0 Hirks. 2 0 0 W Elliott. 1.0 0 Lavery, p. . .0 21 Totals .? 4 24 7 1 Be.levernori 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 -3 Fayette City 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 12 Two-base hit Graeblng Three-base bits II. Elliott Home runs H. Humphries. II Elliott. Sacrifice lilt Menefee. Stolen base. Jenkins. Wlnfleld. Bases on balls iff livery 2. Hit by pitched ball M. O'Brien, struck out By Lavery 4. by Humphries 10. Time 1:25. Umpire C'ulp. Pittsburg Labor Lyceums Walked On. CANONSBU'RO, Pa., Aug. 5 Tbe locals had a walk-over with tbe Pittsburg Labor Lyceum team here this afternoon. They were unable to hit Hartford safely, securing only three scattered hits. Hala-rnotid tn tbe fourth secured the visitors' only run by a home run. The main features were the superb p laying of Boyle and tr. Flit and the catching of Kestncr. Hors: Ioiie-h'n. r.O 0 0 0 oiH'milt'n, m 1 0 0 0 0 Black. 2.0 1 1 1 1' Waters. 3.10010 .Miles, a... 0 0 2 0 0.J Weber. 1 .0 1 10 0 1 Whlston, 10 0 10 1, Mortimer, c 0 0 13 2 0 Steele, i 0 1 2 0 n-fopeland. 3 0 0 2 1 o Klllen. m .O 0 10 O lleerhm n. 2.0 1 2 2 1 Wllhama. I 0 0 1 0 Harbison, r l 10 0 1 H l urr 1. c.0 0 4 2 l.Lelght. 1 0 1 0 0 O Carroll. p..O 3 3 petsch. p 1 0 o 2 0 Totals ....0 2 t 3j Totals ....3 S 27 1 3 Foster Fall Down. Manhattan A. C and the Fosters had It otit at the Poster ground. Manhattan coming out ahead by t 1 The features were the fast fie. .ling of Har.lett, Melsel and Myers for Manhattan and Anderson of Foster club. Score: Manhattan 1 0 3 0 2 0 7 2 Foster 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 03 4 Butteries McAvoy and Harrington; Rusky and Nealand. Umrlre-mlth Name. O. AB. R- (Seymour, Cincinnati W 367 65 Wagner. Pittsburg Hi Breanahan. New York ,. eo 14 Donlln, New York 11 Beaumont, Pittsburg 340 47 Chance. Chicago 7 2-0 49 Thomas. Philadelphia 11 364 7S Howard. Pittsburg 6S Strang, New York 43 121 o Clymer, Pittsburg 60 2W M McGann, New York S3 313 00 Slagle. Chicago H 333 68 Magee. Philadelphia 4 fc 42 Tltua, Philadelphia 64 354 Browne. New York 77 -"9 t Smoot. Bt. Louis S 348 4 Shannon, Pt. Lou la 377 60 Barry, Cincinnati 92 859 W Clarke. PltMburg 1 8ol a Abbat. Boston 17 15 41 Beck ley. St. Louis 71 813 -T Grady. St. Louie &S la 30 Evers. Chicago 47 237 Si Lumiey. Brooklyn 82 3J3 2S Mathewson. New York 24 M 1 McGlnnity. New York 2S 72 11 Shulte. Chicago S3 S. 60 Hail. Brooklyn 31 L'4 13 Tenney, Boston .....93 thO 64 Mertes. New York 4 3W 43 Bowerman. New York 43 213 31 Wilts. New York 21 41 10 McCarthy. Chicago 11 72 3 Doian. Boston 74 ITS 26 Kelley. Cincinnati 43 m 2-' Gieason. Philadelphia M 3 b Courtney, Philadelphia 14 31 43 Bransfield. Philadelphia S 15 37 Kllng. Chicago M 211 IS Hugglns. Cincinnati fO 335 41 Leach. Pittsburg 77 1 ! Corcoran. Cincinnati 52 34 43 Ievlin. New York 4 12 61 Ewlng. Cincinnati ;& 71 Sheckard, Brooklyn 7 :.:S ; Dooin. Philadelphia 67 2S9 3 Tinker, Chicago to 3M Brain. Pittaburg M 250 2", Arndt. St. Loula 74 ?M 29 Stemfeldt. Cincinnati 2 2IS i's Iolbe. Brooklyn S3 7 5 Doolin. Philadelphia 7 323 34 Delehanty. Boston 4 26 17 I.ewl.. Brooklyn 44 23S 13 Odwell. Cincinnati 7 :"7 44 Malar. Brooklyn 61 ITS IS Nichols, Philadelphia 12 33 1 Ritchey, Pittsburg S3 111 32 Hoffman, Chicago 44 1SS 2: Brldwell. Cincinnati 63 10 It Ge.eier. Brooklyn 87 'J"4 1 McBrlde. St. Loula 179 1 Casey, Chicago . ... 37 41 Maloney. Chicago sj 4t Mclntire Brooklyn :4 73 1 J Tavlor, St. Louis 23 71 7 tmnleavy. St. Louis 4 ?"! 31 Cannell, Boston S 3'4 M rtatch. Brooklyn 4 S.t ii Dahlen. New York 92 ! 41 Wolverton. IVseton 7 3-9 2( Pelts. Pittsburg 4 212 IS Burke, lit Ioui. 11 K 24 Faymer. Boston 77 ? 1 O Nell. Chicago 81 - Jilbert. Nw York 7 :-7 i Shay. St Loula 61 i 17 Moran. Boston 4i 1 l'heips. Cincinnati 42 14 14 Chech. Cincinnati 21 44 Ritter. Brooklyn 62 179 21 Bergen. Brooklyn 41 11 7 Need nam. Boston 11 1TJ 13 r.ar-b Brooklyn 67 isi 24 Ahbott. Philadelphia 2S SO T FYaser, Boston . V S3 Schlel. Cincinnati 67 10 Flaherty, Pittsburg 21 6 farlsch. Pittsburg 2 1 luterriorn. Boston 3 134 Mitchell. Brooklyn 20 f-i Jones, Brooklyn 54 4 Corrldon. Phl'adeSphla 27 n McFarland. St. Louis li 60 Wllhelm. Boaton -4 67 Thteln-.an. St Ixiols 21 t; Sparks. Philadelphia JO Kruger. Philadelphia 12 Willis. Boston 2 Pfeffer, Chicago 1J Overall. Cincinnati 2 ftcanlon, Brooklyn 1 Tavlot New York 2 Plttlnger. Philadelphia 2 Lyn--h. Pittsburg 17 Reulbach. Chicago Jo Eason. Brooklyn 1 Welmer Chicago Jo H. 2B. 129 28 130 23 iO 13 122 19 110 10 71 10 112 R 64 14 39 6 71 7 S 17 100 11 109 18 105 17 84 7 101 13 109 13 lt'J a 100 12 10 li 69 1 62 1 67 4 1 13 19 4 20 1 10 34 3 65 9 915 14 67 19 1 10 1 ' 74 9 63 4 ret 14 4 4 90 14 67 4 7 d 71 S 94 17 64 10 2-1 1 So SO 64 10 62 9 70 9 53 11 71 14 79 1J 63 3 67 3 72 6 43 6 1 0 7i 14 Loughrldge Smothers Yell. Oakda'e A. C. and the famous rip law yell went down to defeat at L, A. C. grounde. The plavlng of Davla and Lyons and the pitching of Maier and Beaumont were features. Irtjghrlrtge 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 -! 1 Oek.-lale 01000001 01 5 3 Hatierie. Meier and W alters. Beaumont and Ca rver. Beechwoods Win a Battle. l.unlgren. Chicago I-hlllippe- Pittsburg Young. Roseon .. Strlckiett, Brooklyn Bobertall'e, Pittsburg .. Brown. Chicago Harper. Cincinnati Irnggleby. Philadelphia Walker. Cincinnati Leever. Pittsburg Wicker. Chicago Caw. Ittsburg A me.. New York F.gan. St Iiula Brlggs Chicago Suthoff. Phiiadelphla ... Lettsda 1000 0 002 -3 Sycamore 00000000 0-0 Two-base hits J. Weber. Steele Hit by pitched bsll By petsch 1. by Carrell 2. stnirk out By Petsch 14. by Carrell S Sto'en base, IyeetS'lale 3 Sycamore 1. lid pitch Carrell. Umpire Douglass. Flinn Makes Long Hit. The Junctions defeated the Jones A Iwiughlln team at Keystone park In a fame replete with brilliant plays, tonaldson pitched his usual strong game, allowing the visitors, but eight scattered hits, and fanned out 10. Sweenev supported Itonaldson In grand stvle. Flinn s hftme run with the buses full in the eighth inning waa the longest hit ever made on the grounds. S ore; JUN T R B P A E CAN. R B P.A.E. 'o k. I. M-.r ).. i io.'rr .er. . rin n. in ') 1 1 1 4 1 11 2 b 0 0 1 I II 1 0 4 0 0 i;i!ker. 2... 0 L'i Urn n. m . . .0 l-Wateh'm. 30 0 , ipa hr, c . . 0 l.ant b'gb, 0Fobv, .. 1 , Gey. r. 1.. 0 Ftiirnian, 2 . 1 1.1 .1 .. 1 P 1 3 r, Toi als ..7 13 27 11 4 ri .. r i I , A a fo I, t i k. i 0-3 11-7 1 0 II 1 1 0 0 0 o o 4 o 0 l 2 bits- Harbin. Hchettbr, hpliar. ok1! Fslrman. hscrince nits Martin, :.,.. Ir.wti HI' by pltib.r--Blsel, rfrmn. ro.abr. all.-e on bal is lin rbln ,fiinrM ltbel, h'oley 2, lAirrrian. i. !; fjverinan 11. Palimicn 4. t, - j -air :.. Tlwi-1.4i. Umpire r m a Rain KM V Saves Franklins. pa, Aug. 6 i Special ) . - .... . .hi. rxt' :, ,-f-id 'f'4in o """ -..,,.,,,,,, ,, funer county boys were get- t : K tt.tr on 'he hall when the gair.a was 'i.d !', cf me rain. . . . , , Ffa.s,;n , 2 0 2 ? ?? 5 J J.,,0 ..00000 1 I 4 1 ln""H.J,i,.i"in. Hoffrt.an; Anchor and A MOST, Jenkins Vins for Mt. Union. . ;..',IA ;r r. ft Aug 6. - iPpeclal.V By one ,o.e M ' r,;,r, 'o.'e.. defeated the Alltsnie -an. s :, i-rr i m iteuoua, Alexander, of ff.r "! P" - i-1 r .0.1 t.sll for the college, and ..o.. -f t,i.-n';, dd ll si short. Jn-, ., , ... , t, i ;n ti atventh won for Mt. ' fe 1 I 4 0 0 0 2 o 4 0 0 0 2 0 10 il si. J r-raJiton; 1-att and A lenii . 'er Suthern. m.J c Fritx, 2 ..2 Ketner, c.l M'Peake, aO L FTP i. . .t H Fritz, 3 ..0 M'C're'ry. r 2 Malie, I i Hartf'rd. p.O 4 1 2 1 2 7 2 1 2 13 1 3 0 0 3 1 1 0 L. L. R. B. It A. E. Farrell, 1....0 MClo, 1 0 0 Verner, 2 .1 01 Saia'd. p-l..l 0 RetfT. m 0 0 Morgan, r. .. V Boyle, a 0 OILoiar'an. CO O.Haffat, p-3. 0 0 2 10 0 6 0 1 12 11 12 11 1 0 0 0 3 1 14 11 0 3 3 0 0 111 4 14 11 5 T)'a! .14 17 27 14 0 Totals , f'anorisburg 10122012 14 IMtts. Lab Lyceum... 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 Two-base hit Mi-Peake Home runs Maize, K. Frits. Kalarnond Struck out Bv Hartford , by llarfstt I l;.e. on b.H rf Hartford 2, off Hafralt 3. off Salamoicl 3 Umpire ( 'harltnn. Carpeters Dust the Ingrams. The Oliver McCllntock Company tesm defeated the Ingram I'. P. team on tbe latter's grounds. The features of the game were the all-around slugging of the McCllntock bovs and the, fielding of McAnlnch and Peters R.B A P E. I U. P H P A. 3 13 0 Fitch, a 2 3 3 1 2 3 3 2 1 Dlvln. c 1 1 2 3 3 2 4 2 t ; osburn. 3 1 1 t 2 1 2 3 1 O.Anderson. 1.1 2 2 0 1 2 0 0 1 E Petrle, p. O 0 0 3 0 2 0 0 1, Ritton. m...t 1110 2 15 0 G petrle, r .1 1 1 o 1 2 9 0 V. Valen. 2. 0 1 1 1 o 2 16 ( King. 1 1 2 1 2 0 20 19 27 4 Totals ...112 1123 O. M'C. Hoe. m 2 peter. 3.. . 2 M i "m'k. 2.1 V. Valen, s 2 Moore, i 2 Roiirtse. r...l H Tho'n. c.l Probst. 1 ..2 G. Tho'n, pi Totals Three bae hits Thompson. Probst. Two-base hits McAnlnch. Van Valen. peters. Roe. Fitch 2. Struck out. by Thompson ft, by Petrle 3. Bases on balla Of? Thompson 2, off Petrle 4. Kenwocde Narrowly Escape. Kenwood defeated the W. R. Blacks in a well-played game, which went eight. Innings, being ended by a disputed decision of the umpire. ,., Kenwood 0032000 2-7 9 W. U. Black .. 0 5 1 0 0 0 0 6 7 2 Batteries Ftrry and B--nnett, Baker and WtU. Rend.e, S Martin, r Flinn. 1 ... Dtikln. 2 McNally. Nerris. 3.. ney, .2 . 1 .2 . .0 li . .0 c I Ham'on, m l Donal'on. p i 2 1 1 0 2 11 2 2 3 I 1 1 1 11 1 0 1 0 J L. R B P.A.E. Totals . .10 1 4 27 12 0 Gelae. s 1 0 i leorge. 3 0 0 Maloney, 1 .0 0 M'CafTr'y. c.0 0. McHugh. m 1 ft 'hisholin. 2 0 t I.ave, r.. ' 0. M G'phey. I 0 2 Oj Bailey, p 0 ti n' Totals 2 8 The Beechwoods defeated the Wllklnsburg Ath etlca at Wllkinshurg yesterday by a score Beech wood. O 0 0 I 4 0 1 2-10 IS 1 , ST,rl'lf ' sJi'iruls "" -.o. . .v. , 9fA,A,A, -.-,. Warner. St. Louis Batteries Boyd and Hchmldt ; Orton, Harding and Moore. Elks Take Needed One. GREFNSBURO. Pa . Aug. S (Special Four hits scored three runs in the seventh Inning for the Elks, and the Belvoderes of Ilttsturg were nosed out in a well-played game, Br.nker waa at hla best. Elks 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 Belvederes 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 Batteries Brlnker and Portser; Sweaney. 0 4 1 0 01 4 0 Bauer and Moultries Lost to Lyceum Junior. The Pittsburg Lyceum Juniors defeated the Moultrie A. C at Washington park by the score of 19 to 1 I.vieum Juniors. .0 0 1 3 10 0 0 19 20 2 Moultrie A. C 0 10002000377 :4 12 3 Junctions 2 2 1 0 1 0 0 4 10 Jones & L.ghlln. 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 Two-has Mt McHugh. Three-base, hit McNally. Home run Flinn. Stolen bases Beridle, t'hlsholm, McOltimphey. Double plays Bendle to Flinn; fjelss to Maloney. Hit by pitcher Bendle. Martin, Ballev. Base on balls Bailey 3. Struck out Bv Donaldson 10. by Bailey 4. Passed balls McCaffrey. Umpire Poor. Takes 10 Innings to Lose. Kdgar Thomson Works lost an exciting game of 10 innlnga to Mr K'pspnrt on the. Bra. block grounds yemerday by the scorn of 4 to 1. Two hlta and three errors allowed McKeesport to snore ttirm run In the first half f the- tenth, and Bradiloi k was unable to catch up Cunli-man. who pitched for Kdgar Thomson works, was under the weather and was touched up for eight hits. Kennedy pitched a good gamo ror jicni-oipuu. The Ohio Works team, of Youngstown, plays at Braddock Monday and '1 u"i-liav. E : M'K EE. RB P.A.E. 12 0 1 10 10 10 10 1 13 0 0 0 3 10 Quick Job of Kalsomlning. AKRON. O, Aug 5. 'Special ) Newark whitewashed In the shortest game of the season to-day. It lasted but 57 minutes. Llmrlc waa in great form and the locals had a batting bee in the sixth. Akron 0 0 0 1 0 4 0 0 6 10 8 Newark 0 0 o 0 0 0 0 00 3 1 Batteries Llmrlc and Ortlelb; Purcell and Doyle. Beltzhoovers Get Belted. The Cloverdales downed the Beltahoovers in an exciting game. The features were the h.sne runs of Eherl and Murphy with the bases filled. Cloverdales 01001210 I W 15 Beltrhoover 10013102 1 9 64 Batteries Cloverdale, Schallls and Kraus; Beltxhoover. Weinheimer and McTaggart. Ramblers Disperse Compang G. The Ramblers defeated Company G to-dn.y at ?thadlde for the second time this season by the score of 7 to 4. I-ach. team made pretty and difficult play. Formey for Ramblers played a star game. In the field and at bat. Score : Rambler 0 1 0 0 3 2 1 0 07 12 4 Company O 2 0 o 0 0 0 2 0 04 6 2 Bal terles Mix and Fowler for Ramblera: Company G, Brltchard and Oass. K. T. " R B P A : KdiiT'son. 3 0 o 1 4 Keller. 1 0 nil 1 Porter. 2.. 0 0 2 2 Tate r 0 1 0 Sandherr. .0155 Bailey, c ...0 0 2 2 Sw'ney. m .0 0 5 0 Brteblne. I I 1 1 1 Cushm'n, p.O 10 2 0 Brent. 1 2 1 Iughlln. 20 1! Schmblt, r . O 1 B. nnett. 1. . .0 ft'f'nim. m....O 0 M'CIaren. 3 1 0 Cirbin. a 1 0 Rufranse, c.0 i Kennedy, p. 0 4 0 3 3 2 0 1 0 Totils .1 3 30 17 3' Totals .4 8 30 14 4 H. -ore hy Innings; Fxigsr Thomson 0 00001000 0 1 McKeesport 0 00001000 1 4 Three bane hit Ruffrange Two-base hit Brlsblne. Base on balls Off Cushman 1. off Kennedy 4 Struck out By Cushrnan 1, by Kennedy 3. Umpire England. . 4 Sick Punxy Pitcher Recovers. PUNXSCTAWNKY. Pa., Aug. 5 Special. Punxsutawney defeated Karl Hewitt's Adrian team here this arter-nocn In a great game that was full of surprises, llotson. who had been out of ihe game five weeks on account of III-nc?a, officiated 03 the sUib tor Punxsy Hill Tops Twice on Top. Hill Top Amateurs of Carnegie defeated the All Star team of Carnegie In two good games. Si-hnupn did the pitching In the first game and held the visitors down to four hits, while eight of them fanned. Barber was on the rubber in the second game, and with his big shoots he easily put It on them to the tune of 17 to 5. All Stars 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 4 0 Hill Top Ams 0OOB7O32 17 20 1 Batteries Muckley snd Campbell; Barber and Flood. Jimmie Frazier Starts Training. Jlmmle FVaxler, the local lightweight champion, wtll meet some good cards fair week at Klttannlng Manager Billv Corcoran Is trying to get Gus Gardner or Willie Fltxgersld to meet the local man on August 15. Frailer will commence training immediately under the care of Billy Corcoran. J Clarke. St. Louis Kahoe. Philadelphia Clancy. Pittsburg Owens. Brooklyn Kellum. St. Louis Blankenship. Cincinnati Sharpe, Boston Barclay. Boston Hahn. Cincinnati Zearfoss. St. Ioula Pittsburg New York Cincinnati St Iotils Philadelphia Brooklyn Chicago Boston Chicago Pittohurg ... Philadelphia New York Hlllehrsnd. Pittsburg Ames. New York I-eever. Pittsburg Mathewson. New York Wtltse. New York Tavlor. New York Plttlnger. Philadelphia Phllllppe. Pltt.iburg Sparks. Philadelphia Walker. ClncinnatU Case, Pittsburg McGlnnity. New Tork Brlggs. Chicago Lundgren, Chicago Thlelman. St. Louis Wicker. Chicago Ewlng. Cincinnati Robertalle. Pittsburg Chech. Cincinnati Young. Boston Welmer. Chicago Pfeffer. Chicago Corrldon. Philadelphia Reulbach. Chicago Dugglehy. Philadelphia ... Flaherty. Pittsburg Buthoff Philadelphia Mitchell, Brooklyn Scanlon, Brooklyn Brown. Chicago Overall. Cincinnati Ilarley. Boeton . Jones. Brooklyn Hsroer. Cincinnati McFarland. St. Louis Brown. St Ixmls Nichols. Philadelphia Lynch. Plttshurg Mclntire, Brooklyn Fraxer. Boston Strt-klott. Brooklyn Taylor. St. Ixuiis F.ean. St Iuls Willis. Boston Wllhelm. Boston Eaaon, Brooklyn Hahn. Cincinnati Kellum. St Ixiuls Campbell. St Louis Caldwell. Philadelphia Relsllng. Brooklyn Herehav. Boston Mccilnley. St. Louis Volx. Boston Doescher. Brooklyn 13 23 27 14 14 Jo 22 2$ 10 1 II 12 67 41 46 15 54 a 11 IS IS 2S 13 19 n 4 81 S2 i 40 47 74 3S M 49 59 3S 2 47 4 61 ro fo 49 f.i 44 2!9 154 1S. 50 23 1 25 M 17 l'i J4 51 4 4 4 3 1 I II 5 4 1 4 4 4 4 1 I 2 3 4 4 4 2 3 3 3 1 0 4S 4 41 1 ! 17 17 64 63 77 77 72 4 72 2 il 4 41 37 31 10 37 30 41 37 1 14 ii 11 1 It 9 n 9 10 11 9 4 it 6 11 6 9 7 6 S 8 11 5 7 s 3 S 7 4 1 1 SI 9 31 23 It j 1 8 5 1 t 61 3o 53 3S 5 31 31 18 4 8 1 1 4 14 11 3 i 4 10 f 11 8 1 1 8 9 7 4 0 1 - 5 4 1 6 4 2 0 1 0 0 0 I 2 0 1 1 4 2 i 0 1 0 1 . 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 3 0 1 o 1 0 9 0 1 9 2 3 2 H 0 1 IB. 12 1 3 9 8 & 4 2 4 1 13 7 10 11 3 7 12 7 -4 1 3 - 0 1 1 0 1 8 1 2 2 2 4 1 6 7 6 6 10 6 1 6 7 3 2 3 6 3 1 4 0 0 6 3 I 4 0 1 2 1 0 1 1 3 1 0 0 1 1 0 2 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 I 0 ft 0 0 o 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 CLUB FIELDING RECORD. 95 95 94 97 94 91 94 97 32: 3177 3212 3111 3195 250 3.1 41 60S 4-1 3S4 44 "5 3'."S 'I 86 8.S2 815 7"3 '4 40K 77S 745 11 121 9 90 117 9 7 1J l 53 55 M J h 24 R. SB. EH. TB. EB. Ave. 1 9 7 190 61 .361 1 31 4 165 45 .364 0 6 1 77 17 -826 4 18 8 171 49 .325 2 10 11 142 33 .824 1 a 94 23 .323 0 19 1 133 17 .319 2 U I 11! . a .11? 1 7 4 52 13 .317 0 15 1 94 15 .216 ( 15 12 146 oil -304 0 17 117 17 .300 4 30 11 lo 60 .294 1 g 4 143 38 .294 1 12 1 129 33 .292 1 7 7 145 44 . 290 0 12 14 1-S 19 -29 0 15 13 123 19 -2S7 1 15 15 1J 39 .285 1 14 142 36 .24 1 7 1 113 23 . 24 1 4 2 65 33 . 264 1 13 11 7 9 -2svi 1 13 11 ' 1W 25 .2S2 1 1 I 2 7 .279 0 0 3 27 8 . 27s 1 11 14 120 29 .277 2 4 5 42 1 .274 0 10 10 104 11 .271 1 i4 9 135 39 .i7i 1 6 4 74 17 .2M 0 2 1 '.4 6 ..67 0 1 1 24 t .2 0 11 1 67 13 .206 0 5 9 64 13 -2i5 1 14 22 113 23 .262 3 4 14 122 2 .261 3 30 10 1.6 36 .261 1 11 74 17 .2nl 1 II T 108 21 1 14 109 31 -Si 1 18 12 1-iS 32 .251 2 28 4 110 2 .256 0 0 2 23 1 .25 1 10 1 93 2S 265 0 3 76 16 -251 1 15 16 19 15 .2 0 2 7 4 91 29 .244 1 6 8 6 18 .27 0 7 5 6 15 .247 1 13 10 96 23 .24 1 13 6 111 32 .14j 4 6 6 64 21 -.4,1 0 10 8 62 6 . 243 4 15 12 101 29 .Z4J 1 5 6 51 .242 0 0 0 8 0 . 24J 0 4 6 1"3 24 .241 1 2 52 15 .2H 9 12 41 3 .227 0 0 61 13 .235 0 4 4 s 8 .245 1 16 10 114 15 .23 2 3 11 111 29 .233 1 2 3 23 6 0 1 ! a 5 ta 1 ( 69 IS .2-iJ 0 12 6 95 12 .22 2 I" 97 20 .227 4 21 6 1H 31 .Zil 1 7 6 94 ij .219 0 2 12 53 1 .219 1 12 1 87 15 .214 5 1 1 77 15 .216 0 8 2 J8 5 .215 0 8 10 74 12 .215 0 3 611 9 .212 1 2 1 4S 12 .ni 0 5 41 10 .J"9 0 0 3 I'i 0 .KX 0 S 61 It .27 0 4 9 J4 4 .5 2 3 0 54 13 .J01 0 l' 2 47 10 .2t 0 1 3 21 5 .2 0 0 0 23 a .i; 0 1 39 4 .194 0 0 1 IS 4 191 1 5 25 4 .191 0 1 1 J9 1 .17 0 1 11 0 .17 0 0 1 9 0 -14 1 2 2 16 5 .13 0 0 12 3 AM 0 6 2 12 2 .17j 0 1 2 15 4 .17j 0 0 4 12 3 .170 0 1 1 11 1 .163 0 0 1 17 4 .1-2 0 117 2 .l'6 0 1 3 17 5 154 9 1 3 0 .150 0 2 10 3 .349 0 1 9 U 0 .165 0 0 0 6 1 .143 0.0 9 0 .143 0 0 1 7 0 .141 0 0 I 10 2 .136 0 0 0 5 0 .131 0 0 0 8 0 .129 0 0 0 14 3 .l'.'S 0 0 2 7 1 .124 0 0 1 5 0 .125 9 13 8 ft .123 0 0 3 S .120 1 0 3 14 7 .117 0 0 1 3 0 ,315 0 0 0 9 3 .109 0 0 1 so .107 0 0 0 6 1 .10 0 0 2 9 2 .mi 0 1 3 4 0 .C91 0 0 2 -3 0 .079 0 0 1 t 1 ,045 2 13 7 W 27 .'.'78 1 1 2 44 9 .r:7 3 9 2 5s J ,"v 0 0 1 14 2 .240 2 3 9 76 23 .23s 1 1 4 49 13 .:U 0 0 1 5 0 0 1 2 14 1 .PH 0 0 4 39 8 .is; o 1 1 18 0 .I1-7 0 0 2 4 0 .1f,7 0 0 2 10 S .157 1? 124 85 1141 277 .29 77 14S 78 HfiO 30g .268 10 117 107 PCS 233 .263 14 70 R5 1CS7 , 744 .2' 5 13 1J0 14 1072 28 .352 12 98 85 870 1S1 .243 9 172 104 9&T 212 .2 8 13 70 52 911 166 .222 CUM FIELDING RECORD. G Pit A E TC Ave O po. A E. TC Ave 94 r74 1735 152 591 .942 Cincinnati 94 259 1119 list 4"M .9"2 95 2547 1241 156 3939 .90 St. Iouls 97 25SS U"l 199 3994 . 950 94 ?7S4 1.90 13 4109 951 Boston 97 :?,9rt 1346 249 4155 947 95 2M9 1149 lr,6 3T4 9'.7 Brooklyn 91 1210 243 3641 .932 PITCHERS' RECORD. Shutouts. Challenge for Carrier Pigeon. I have a carrier pigeon which I would like to pit against any pigeon In the State of Pennsylvania to a race to St. Louis. Mo., or any distance up to 1.700 mllea with a carrier. Address Oscar Decroo. Sturgeon. I 'a. 4 Bixler Wins by One Run. The Blz'er A. C. and the Pressed Steel Car tem played a very close and exciting game at the grounds of the latter team. Bixler 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 4 08 12 4 P. S. C. Co I 1 2 0 2 0 1 0 07 9 2 aBtterles Wolfe and Cul'.ison; McNaxen and Sullivan. Totals O W. L. w. L. OH. 1H IH. 3H. 4H. 5H. 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I I 1 cams rurming into Line Tor teaming Season on the Grid-Iron. . The La Belle football team will hold a meeting this afternoon to organize for the coming season, and persons interested In the team are requested to attend. All the old players are on deck, together with several others. Including Eberhardt, C. Randolph, R. Randolph. Altman, Fltzpatrick and Harry Blair, the star of the team, who is In fine trim. Peerless Prepares for Action. The Peerless A. C. after their successful football campaign in 1904, will reorganize under the name of Superior Second, at 60 pounds. All of last season's players and any other wishing a trial on the team will report at a meet ing to be held at 298 Shady avenue this ! morning: at 11 o'clock. j MOHAVK II. BY A HEAD DEFEATS AT SARATOGA BEL-" MONT'S $30,000 OAKLAWN FOR " THE SPECIAL, VOORHEES CROWDS TO WIRE. Track Is Fast and Time That Sysonby Made in 1904. of New Coach for Mt. Union. ALLIANCE, O., Aug. 5. Roy Beechler has been secured as football coach for the Mt. Union college team. Beechler is a graduate of the University of Michigan. Finals in Canadian Regatta. ST. CATHERINES, Ont.. Aug. 5. The closing day of the regatta of the Canadian association of amateur oarsmen, was a gala one in spite of a keen southeast wind and a rough course. The Winnipeg four won the intermediate, and followed up the victory by defeating the Argonaut crew In the senior four. The best race of the day was the senior single. In which McOee, of Toronto, and Feussei, of New York, see-sawed all the way. JIc-Gee won by less than two feet. In the senior eights, the Argonauts led the Detroit crew all the distance and won, by eight lengths English Cricketers Win Out. NEW YORK. Aug. 5. By a total score of 141 to 191 for two innings the visiting cricketers from the Mary le bone club, of England, defeated the picked eleven from the clubs comprising the Metropolitan District league of Greater New York. The match, which began yesterday, was very even on the first innings with the local men Just one run in the lead, but to-day the visitors outbatted and outfielded the home players. The contest was witnessed by one of the largest gatherings of men and women ever seen on a local cricket grounds, fully 5.OO0 persons being distributed around the wed-kept field of the Staten Island Cricket club, Livingston. S. I, Braddock Waits in Vain. The Nunnery Hill baseball club failed to appear at Braddock yesterday for the game with the American Steel and Wire Company team. The Braddock boys were much disappointed, and about 300 spectators waited in vain for the arrival of the visitors. The home club had gone to considerable expense In preparing for the game, purchasing balls and engaging an umpire and officer. It Is the first instance this season of a visiting team failing to appear at Braddock. Potter Team Still Playing. The Potter Title and Trust Company-team defeated the Union National bank team In an exciting seven-Inning game. Pitcher McCreary, for the Potter Title and Trust Company, had 13 strike-outs. ably assisted by Michael. The hitting and base-running of Long and Michael were features. Pitcher Beadling also pitched fine ball, having Ave strike outs. 4 Orrs Overthrow Millers. The J. M. Orrs defeated the Millers by the score of 15 to 1. The features were the playing of Dorr and Crowley and the pitching or r-rennen. Kosomas Down the Wabashes. The Kosomas and the Wabash teams i noon, the rvosomas winning: out bv a score of 11-2. Score: Kosomas 3 3 0 3 0 0 0 2 0 11 10 4 Wabash R. R.O 000020002 46 Batteries. erner and Robinson; Thomas, Nixon and House. Etnas Pile 'Em Up. The Etna A. C. defeated the Beau monts, of Allegheny, by a score of 11 to 2. as follows: Etna A. C 4 1 2 0 1 0 2 1 11 10 2 Reaumnnt 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 3 2 Two-base hits Haser and Garrard Sacrifice hits Etnas J. Stolen bases Etna 5. Beaumont 1. Struck out By Haser 15. by Bridge 10. BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. SARATOGA, N. Y.. Aug. 5. John San-ford's Mohawk II. won the Saratoga epe- cial to-day, defeating, among others, the - colt Oaklawn, for which August Belmont, before the race, paid William Shields $30i-OUi. P. H. McCarren's Voorhees almost j beat the barrier, so quick was he to j break. Mohawk II. was almost as quick. and his long, methodical stride soon carried him to the fore. He was never I headed, but Voorhees closed strongly In . the home stretch and the two ran on almost even terms to the finish. Mohawk . II. winning by a head. Tangle, slow to . begin, linished strongly and was only a length back of V oorhees. Shaw made a clever ride on Dandelion in the Travers. in which the Keene entry favorites were not placed. Woodsaw made tne running in the early part or . ine race, with Von TromD In second no- sition, and Dandelion third. Before they had reached the last turn. however. Shaw had let Dandelion down and passed tne rest without effort. Jimmy Lane made a fine effort to beat Sandhurst in the steedechase. but the latter had something to spare when they came into the run for home and won by four lengths. Coligny. favorite, at even money, fell. Track in Fine Shape. The attendance was the best of the meeting. The track was fast. Mohawk ii. covering the 51- furlongs of the ear- atoga special in 1:07, the same timet mads by Sysonby last year In the same ' race. Summaries: First race, selling. 8-ver-o!ds and UD. i furlongs Rubric. 10a ( Hildebrandl. 10 to 1 and 4 to 1. won: Goldsmith. 103 Walsh). 7 to 1 and 5 to 2. second; Mad Mullah, 102 (Knapp), 11 to 2 and 8 to 5. third. Time. 1:25 4-6. Dr. Spruiil, Jocund. Benvolio. Scotch Plume. Alcor. Royal Wlngow, War Whoop and Filimore also ran. Second race, the North American steeplechase. 4-year-olds and up. full course, about 2Vx miles Sandhurst. 142 iRedrock), 6 to 5 and 1 to 4. won; Jimmy Lane, 16 towens), 10 to 1 and 7 to 5, eecond. Time. 5:2S. Coligny fell. Only three starters. Third race, the Saratoga special, S-year-olds, 54 furlongs Mohawk II. 122 (Redfem). I to 1 and 8 to 5. won: Voorhees. 122 tO'Neil). 13 to 1 and 4 to L second; Tangle, 119 tLyne). 10 to If and 4 to 1. third. Tune, 1:07. Accountants. Battle Axe, Blair Athol. Bill Phillips. Iron- ' sides. Oak awn and McKlttredge also ran. Fourth race, the Travers, 3-year-olds, li miles Dandelion, ill CShaw). 5 to 2 and even, won; Merry Lark. 12S (Hildebrand). 4 to 1 and S to 5, second; Glen Echo, 126 (Martin), S to 1 and 3 to 1. third. Time. 2:08. Von Tromp, Rlucher and Woodsaw also ran. Fifth race, selling. 3-year-olds, 1H miles Uncle Urigh. Ill (Dierginfi). 5 to 2 and 1 to 6. ' won: Greencrest. 103 (Baird). 11 to 5 and 2 to 5, second: Palm Tree. 10t iKnappl. 6 to 5 and 1 to 4. third. Time. 1:63 3-5- Only thre-i started. Sixth race, handicap. 3-year-o'ds and up. 1 mile Blandy, 107 (O'N'eil). 8 to 5 and 1 to 5, won: Monsieur Raueaire, 117 iMartin). 6 to 1 and 3 to 1. second : Prince Hamburg. 101 (Hllde-lirandb 11 to 5 and 4 to 5. third. Time. 1:40. Garmara. Israelite. Wotan. St. Valentine anl Emperor of India also ran. Entries for Monday. Three Shooters With Tie Score. W. J. Patterson. George Christ and Nelson Miller tied for first place In the weekly shoot of the Guyasuta Rifle club at Sharpsburg yesterday afternoon with scores of 76 each out of a possible lou. The scores were as follows: W. J. Patterson 7t?, George Christ 76. Nelson Mtller 7. W. T. Houston 75. J. F. Donley 74. C. W. Yerkina 71. A. Yerkins 9. H. J. Yer-kin 6S. L J. Krieg 61. Ed E. Dressing 55. A. W. Riddle 51, A. H. Prager. ) The i 8 to 5 American Stars Win. American Stars won from Forbes Juniors. American Stars J Forbes Junlora 0 0 0 4 0 10 2 2 0 0 0 0 8 9 2 05 6 o Cottage Won in Ninth. The Cottage A. C. defeated Birmingham in a scrappy game bv a score of 8 to 7. Cottage 2 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 J S 11 6 Birmingham 10200121 07 10 5 Saltsburg Salts Indiana. SALTSBVRG. Fa.. Aug. 5. (Special ) Saltsburg won from Indiana A. A. here to-day to the tune of 8 to 5. Saltsburg 0 4 2 0 0 1 1 0 8 8 5 Indiana 0 10 2 0 1 1 0 05 3 7 Fricks Win by Default. Owing to the American Bridge team's failure to appear tn the Martin grounds. Umpire Toomey awarded the game to the Frick Coke club, which cinches tecond place for the Fricks. First race, handicap, 7 furlongs. 3-year-olds Prince Hamburg. 121; Dr Spruiil. 115: Incantation. 113; Klamejha. 113: Rubric 110; D'Ark.e. 1"5; Inferno, 100, and Ralbert, 95. Second race, steeplechase handicap, short course-Pagan Bey. 159. Neponset. 1S; Buck O Dowd.. Knight of Harlem. 142; Gamecock. Pilous. 140; Ruesell Sage. 139; The Rival. 137; Ruths Rattler. George Keene, Punctual. 1-5. and Steelmaker. 130. Third race. furlonsrs. 2-year-olds Vino, lady Navai re, 119; Odd Ella. Andronike, - TI 1 - t" 1 .- -. -, ,-.r A ,. X? . ' T '1 v a lergrass. riuKire iw, a i-n.jnut, . . -. . Commune, 104. Fourth race, the Catskill. selling. 7 furlongs. 3-year-olds and up Right Royal. 107; Fustian. Ascension. Geranium. Florentine. 106; Red Friar. Gamara. 105: The Gleam. 102: Right and True. 101: D'Arkle. 93; Old England. King Pepper. 98; Gold Ten. Loretta M, Jerry C, Kiamshea. 97; Canteen. Let o a, 96, and Good ' Bye 92. Fifth race. mile, selling. 3-year-olds and up Wire In. Uncle Urfgh. 11: The Mighty. l'JS; Gay Ixithario. 105; St. Breeze. Benvolio. Waswift. Foncasta. lt4: King Ros. 103; Athlone. Bell Indian, 101; Knight of Rhodes. Cottage Maid, 100; Yorkshire Lad. Just S. The Gadfly, 9; Gray Lad. Peggy O'Neil. 9: Northviile, 86. Sixth rice, handicap. 5 furlongs. 2-year-old Yankee Consul. 121: James Reddick, 116; Pen- rhvn, 115; Vendor. 114: Flip Flap. 112: Lady Navarre. Sy Ben. Ill; Sidney F. Rubayiat. Lord of the Forest, 110: Confederate, 19: Toots Mook. Peeping Tom, ICS; Anodyne. Red Eye. 106; Mollie Donohue. 104; Optician, loo; Quixote, 9; Veronese, S3. Burke's Resignation Accepted. ST. LOUIS. Aug. 5. Manager and Captain James Burke, of the St. Louis National ieage baseball team to-day, for-mallv tendered his resignation. It wa accepted, to take effect when his successor shall be appointed. The reason fo:-Burke's withdrawal is disagreement wttli the owners of the team. - Belmont Boys Beat Orrs. The Belmont A. C. defeated the J. M. Oris by a score of 5 to 4. The feature waa tht catching of Chick Grace. Avenue Juniors Take Two. The Avenue Juniors played two games yesterday with the Greenfield Cadets on the Greenfield "grounds, winning both, the ecorea beicfc 2-0 and 2-1. e Here's a Dare for Boys. Hill Top Amateurs claim a game from Leach Midgets by a score of 9 to 0. Leach Midgets are afraid to play the Hill Top boys. Any . or 8-year-old teams wanting games, address John Young. 502 Frlek building, city. . ADDITIONAL SPORTING OX PAGE 4 PART 2. Locals to Spar at Sharon. SHARON, Aug. 5.-Spectal.)-The Nonpareil club has made a match betweet, Tommv Sullivan, "iT- ua,f .aPd Jack Blackburn, of Philadelphia, to take place at South Sharon in the Broadway Theater, on Labor Day night They wdll go 12 rounds and are to weigh in at 142 pounds at 3 o'clock the day of the bout. A semi-final of W rounds will likely b arranged between Young Zerringer and J?addy Branagan, both of Pittsburg. There will also be a six round preliminary. A Pleasant Vacation Outing. Pittsburg & Cincinnati Packet Line Steamers for Cincinnati, Montlavi, Wednesdays and Saturdays, at 4 00 P M Fare $7.00: round trip J12.00 and 114.00. meals and berth included. Booklets mailed. See double page advertisement of Kosen-baum Ci. in "The Post" to-day. Announcement The management ol this company announces to the public that Mr. E. F. Gerber, formerly General Manager, has resigned his. position and severed his connection with the company. It will be the policy of the new management to continue the business upon conservative lines and upon business principles. By such a course we hope to retain your confidence. We have a carefully selected and very extensive stock on hand. The new management has revised the prices upon this stock and invites your inspection that you may judge of the values our sales will be made with a view of securing your future patronage. Gerber Carriage Co, 115-123 SEVENTH ST-

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