Small oscillations

--
SENATORS WIN AND LOSE
enthusiasts at home etaded the error
column entirely
Grady scored the flrst run of the after- ¬
noon during the early game on a tap that
sent the hall oer third and Clarke 8 and
Dungans single Clarke and Dungnn got
around the pillows in the third and in the
SUNDAY AUGUST
WASHINGTON
THE TIMES
PHILLIES WIN CLOSE ONES
BATTXE OF THE LEADEES
Chtentrn TiiIck n Drop in the Game The Qnakcrt Cnptnre Two Ciuin
With Hoston
rrorotjie Beanentem
17
Aug
BOSTON
PHILADErJPglA Aug 17 Tho Phillies
The American
Mercer Takes His Game Willi the
League leaders had a close tussle today and Bostons played a double header here
sixth Clarke knocked the ball oier the left Griffith was
hit Inrd enough in the thlrt today and the locals won both games
Tigers But Patten Is Unlucky
field fence oiercominfr the obstructions
Manager Manning has had erected for the to w In the game for the home team The which were full of snap from start to
Lajole
of
and
other
the
finish
beneilt
Dals
Orth and Dlneen shaded In the
score
who hae evidenced a pen ¬
heay hitters
first game and the Phillies better hitting
II
The VnilnKloii Flayers Inll 1o chant
DOSTOV
for sending the ball oer this partictold
3
In
the second errors by the visitors
ular-portion
Dowd
If
li
of the enclosure Clarkes
Capture the Second Contest
1
was a beautv and he Jogged around Stnhl cf
assisted the locals to victory Attendance
IiiexciiKnUlo Mlnplnj h excellent drUe
0
3b
Collins
the circuit to the accompaniment of
9351 The score
Freeman lb
Iltchlnc With Mlnernlile Support cheers from the delighted populace In Hemphill
riHUDELPlkA
A
E
R
II IK
rf
0
0
cf
Thomas
Parent ss
1
0
Cnran Ycnterdnj
Wolverton 3b
Terris 2b
0
0
Flick
rf
Crlger c
American League
1
0
Delehanty If
Lewis p
Washington 5 Detroit 1
5
0
Jacklltsch c
Detroit 2 Washington 0 S
10
12
1
27
4
13
Jennings lb
Totals
3
eland
Cle
Baltimore
0
Hallman 2b
illlwaukee 5 4
Philadelphia
ro A
CHICAGO
0
Cross ss
0
Phil idelphla 4S Milwaukee
3
Hoy cf
0
p
Orth
2
Chicago
Boston
n
0
Jones rf
5
1
11
S
27
2
Mertes 2b
National League
Totals
3
wa- Hi
McParlapi if
n
Urookljn 4 New York 2 1
n II
G
boston
Isbell lb
New York
0
1
Brookljn
Single
0
rf
Hurtman 3b
Philadelphia 2 Boston 0
0
1
0
0
Tenney lb
Shugtrt ss
Philadelphia 3 Boston 2
0
1
0
2b
DeMont
2
Sullivan c
0
Pittsburg B Cincinnati 0
1
0
Cooley cf
t0
Griffith p
Chicago
0
St Louis 3
0
0
Murphy If
1
1
0
C
24
Lowe 3b
Totals
0
1
0
Lbng ss
Todioa Game
X
0 1 3 0 0 0 0
0
Boston
0
0
c
Moran
League
2
0
0
National
0 0 0 0 0 0
Chicago
0
0
0
Dlneen p
y
Pitthurg at Cincinnati
1
r
m
II
Earned runs Boston 1 Chicago
1
10
i
Chicago at SU Louis
i
0
5 24
Hoy Three
Totals
itJL
Two base hits Hartman
x 2
base
hits rerris Stahl Hartman 2
0 0 0 0 0
Philadelphia
Uott the Clubs Stand
Stolen base Dowd Double plays Mertes Boston
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
AMERICAN LEAGUE
and Isbell Mertes Shugirt and 2Isbell
Cooley
off
First base on errors HallmanBoston
First base on balls Off Lewis
Won Lost PCL
5
G12
Griffith 2 Struck out By Lewis 3 by Left on bases Philadelphia
3S
Chicago
1
Struck
Tirst base on balls Oft Dineen
5SS
Griffith 2 Time 1 hour and 55 minutes
40
57
Boston
5
base
By
Two
Dlneen
5
By
out
Orth
r
561
Umpire
Cantlllion
41
Baltimore
hits Wolverton 2 Sacrlflce hits Hall531
52
K
Detroit
man Murphy Stolen baee Orth Umpire
511
45
50
PHILADELPHIA
Philadelphia
TWO
FOR
Emslle Time of game 1 hour and 40
412
54
41
Cleveland
minutes
415
53
39
Washington
n
In
QunUerM
Mllwnulee
nefent
The
Second Game
350
G3
33
Milwaukee
IL ro A
Jt
Double Header
rillLvDELPIIIA
NATIONAL LEAGUE
4
1
0
1
Aug 17 Philadel- ¬ Thorms cf
PHILADELPHIA
1
Won MSU PCt
1
3b
Wolverton
v
phia helped along her average by taking Flick rf
GU
33
53
3
Pittsburg
0
5
40
57
two games from the tallenders today The Delehanty If
0
1
Philadelphia
41
5fi
50
1
Brooklyn
first was won by UD hill ploy after tho McFarland c
555
5
41
53
St Louis
Jennings
in
game
well
lb
apparently
the
had
visitors
479
4G
M
4
3
Boston
ritchcr Mercer acknonleuKCt the plaudits ot hand Milwaukees fielding errors in the Hallman 2b
4
53
C8
1
New York
Mercer pitch ¬
Cross ss
3000 highly delighted spectators
409
score
3S
costly
K
The
second
were
3
p
Duggleby
Cincinnati
ed a truly fine game hence the enthusiasm
112
xv
G
1
ll
1
t
n
110
G
GO
¬
wF
Chicago
a
390
01
PHILADFLPIIIA
eighth Grady was pissed to flrst
After giving a splendid exhibition of the
stole second and scored on Dungins
ball In the first game of the double fourth
hit of the game The only run se- ¬
header with Detroit jesterday afternoon cured by the Tigers came to them In the
second
in
i
the
dnwn
hinl
cnotnra fn
firth when Nance hit for two bags
reached third on Dillons single and
contest and irtually made a present oN scored
on Shaws out to Waldron
the game to the Tigers There were about
In the second game Holmes cantered
3O00 spectators who had roundly applaud- ¬ around the bases on a single Jordans er- ¬
ed the local fellows for the excellence of ror Gleasons out at first and another
on the part of the flrst baseman
thtlr endeaors as shown In the earlier misplay
Hoboken Krrors by Cllngman and
game but when the error 3 that caused from
Nances out to Waldron In
and
Farrell
the loss of the second eventuated these deep centre allowed Cisej to make the
cheers wire speedily changed to groans second run for the Wolverines
These are Illustrations of how the Alder ¬
and exclamations that the Mannlngltcs men
can win and lose with equal grace
couldnt beat a rag carpet The Uctory
II TO
WASHINGTON
was accomplished by a score of 5 to 1 the
Waldron
cf
affair
defeat was a
1
Farrell 2b
1
Grady If
3
Clarke c
1
Dungan rf
14
0
Jordan lb
0
Coughlln 3b
1
0
Cllngman ss
0
0
Mercer p
27
5
Totals
iff rIik wr
S
II i
ro
I
DETROIT
0
Barrett cf
0
Holmes rf
0
Casey 3b
0
Gleason 2b
0
Elberfeld ss
1
Nance If
0
Dillon lb
0
Shaw c
0
Seiver p
23
10
2
1
Totals
Mercer out hit by batted ball
1 0 2 0 0 10 1 x 5
Washington
0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 1
Detroit
Left on bases Washington 14 Detroit4
4
on
balls Off Seiver
First base
Struck out By Mercer 2 by Seiver 2
Home run Clarke Two base hits Clarke
Nance Elberfeld Sacrifice hit Mercer
Stolen base Casey Double play Casey
Haskell
Gleason and Dillon Tmpire
Time of game 1 hour and 53 minutes
Attendance 3500
The econd Game
G
sr
II
WASHINGTON
--
ro
0
Waldron cf
1
Iarrellb
0
Grady if
1
Clarke c
Durtgan rf
0
Jordan 11
0
3b
Pitcher Mercer was the popular hero of Coughlin
0
Clingmun ssJ
0
the afternoon after his feat of beating Tatten
deserved
Indeed
he
and
the Wolverines
3 27 14
Totals
ail the encomiums that were handed out
II ro
DETROIT
to him He displayed a remarkable con- ¬
o
0
trol of the ball and during the nine In- ¬ Barrett cf
1
l
rf
Hoimes
nings did not send a Detroit man to first Casey 3b
0
on a pass Then too he fielded his posi- ¬ Gleason 2b
0
1
tion perfectly his stop of Gleasons drive Elberfeld ss
0
P
In the last Inning being one of the most Nance If
0
Dillon
lb
brilliant plajs of the matinee The ball McAllister lb
0
UKe
rapidity
came to him with cannon
1
Shaw c
0
and he barely had time to shove out his Miller p
hand The ball struck the ungloved mem- ¬
19
27
0
2
Totals
ber and bounded away a few fett but
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4
Mercer was after it with all the haste of Washington
0 0 0 10 0 0 0 12
a Government clerk chasing a promotion Detroit
First base by errors Detroit 5 4 Left on
after he secures a Job in one of the de ¬ ba3es
6 Detroit
Washington
First
partments He picked up the sphere and base on balls Off Patten 2 off Miller
3
without taking time to aim fired the ball Struck out By Patten 3 by Miller 1 ¬
ov cr to Jordan Just quick enough to head Double plaj Cllngman to Farrell to JorHit by pitcher By Miller 2 Um- ¬
ot the fleet footed Gleason Of course dan
pire Haskell Time of game 1 hour and
there were salvos of applause and Mercer if minutes
could have had an thing he wanted for a
VoteH of the Gnuie
few moments
In the second game Patten pitched as Chicago will be here for three g imes
The coming
good If not a better game than did his commencing tomorrow
were given quite a setback at
associate In the previous contest but the champs
Boston but they will try and make up
pieces
went
to
both
team
on
men
the
other
for lost time when they strike the Capital
in the hitting and fielding departments
Mercer has evidertly struck his proper
and gave an exhibition that would not gait and his work of tho last two gimes
entitle them to a decent position In the has been about as good as tho most
grammar school league Jordan presented captious might ask for
Farrell figured In two mispjavs yester- ¬
the v lsitorsv with their first run while day
little fellow has been playing
in the sixth inning with the score one a fine The
game at second and has been hit ¬
against them as a handicap the Senators ting the ball well His errors are easily
all took off their hats and turned their forgotten In view of his hard work and
cabbage leaves upside down and started his recent good performances
Elberfeld of the Detrolts Is one of the
In aL If they meant to do something
best all round shortstops In either the
CUrkx was cute enough to get In front National
or American Leagues He not
of a slow out curve thereby earning free only fields well but his batting is excellent He has a habit of hitting the ball
transportation to first bag
of the batters box tnough
Dungan immediately pushed him ahead when outside
which some umpire will call him out
one cushion by a punk hit that landed In lor
one of these warm afternoons Just after
right field Just out of reach of the fielders he has made a spectacular hit
With two men on bases and no one out
Ted Sullivan the old ball manager
the prospects for scoring were deemed un- ¬ viewed the second game Jesterday from
press box
the
good
But hire is where the
commonly
Cllngman Farrell and Jordan com ¬
nstuteness of the local fellows manifested pleted
good double play in the seventh
Itself the spectators were also given an Inning aof the second
game
object lesson regarding the present some- ¬
Clarkes home run In the first game was
what obscure position of the Washlngtons tho first since the scaling was extended
Jordan hit a and it will not often be upllcated in the
In the race for the rag
weak one to Pitcher Miller and was easily future
The first four hits of the second game
retired at first but his crack sufficed to went
Casey Two were handled all
move along Clarke and Dungan a base right to
while the others were too fast for
each Coughlln lined the ball down to any fielder to gather In
Casey and at this moment Clarke and
Dungan succumbed to an attack of vci
BEATEN IN A CLOSE GAME
tlgo or something approaching it for
after a two or three minute game of tag Clevclniid Inseji to llaltlmore In n
Detroit
joure it in which the entire Dungan
IMteheii Ilattle
Clarke and
club participated
BALTIMORE Aug 17 McGinnity held
were both put on Ice and any hopes the
crowd had of getting a run across the Cleveland down to six hits Moore did
plate Immediately vanished and ever one good work but Baltimore landed on him
realized that the Senators had struck in the eighth The score
their usual gait and It was all over but¬
ULTIMOMR
II ro A E
the cheering oti the part of the Wol3U
1
0
4
0
0
verines as they left the grounds on their McOraw
0
Donlln If
0
0
chariot As a game of tag the Clarke Sejmour
1
2
0
0
3
rf
cxright
was
play
as
all
an
but
Duacan
2b
0
hibltlon of baseball it was simply exe Williams
0
0
0
t rable
And then Patten had to go ji Keister ss
0
0
once more and fire balls over the plae Howell F3
1
Brodle cf
0
0
that would have won any game with eight Hart
1
2
0
lb
plav ere of an ordinary calibre behind him
0
0
Bres nahan c
0
Because the Board of Aldermen who McGinnity
p
2 4 1
1
0
0
have for some months been masquerading
under the guise of members of the upper
9
27
3
10
Totals
house on the hill secured fifteen hits in
the flrst game they concluded they had
Tt
CLEVFLiNn
H PO A C
nough honors for one afternoon And Piekcring cf
0
3
0
when Mr Miller a petulant young gen- ¬ OBrien If
0
0
0
2
0
1
tleman by the way who because he once Beck 2b
1
C
at up nights studying Ltvy and calculus Ia Chance lb
0
1
0
0
while the other men on the Detroit team Bradley 3b
1
0
2
were worklrg on the day shift at the roll- ¬ Wood c
0
0
5
0
0
ing mills Imnglnes he Is the real article Connor c
0
0
2
0
2
und must be coddled as much as a prima Harvey rf
0
0
0
Shiebeck S3
2
donna entered the box and commenced
0
0
2
heaving the sphere the Aldermen vainly Moore p
2
0
0
0
0
endeavored to get in communication with
1
9
2
scjme of his curves and benders
Totals
0 24
At the conclusion of their afternoons Baltimore
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 03
labor It was ascertained by the curious Cleveland
0 0 0 0
0 02
u
the
that four hits all singles ofrepresented
Two base hit Williams Stolen base
the local hit- ¬
turn total of tht efforts
Sejmour
they
whtio
were
gel
Double play Hart unassisted
ters And tlion too
ting this quartette of higgles they were First base on balls Off Moore 4 off
2 Struck out By Moore
collecting live luscious errors while the
Wild
visitors by attending siriely to their pitches Moore 2 Left on bases Balti- ¬
Cleveland 8 Umpire Connollj
business and working bird to earn their more 9 game
1 hour and 55 minutes
salaries and Jhe good will of the bateball Time of
Catcher Mile Grady toraporarih stationed in¬
left field displays a grace and finest in con
greatly please
nection with his work tha
the fans
pf
c
¬
-
15
13 10
14
110
13
19
12
10
112
13
110
110
G
Cat-
-
Fultz cf
Davis lb
Cross 3b
Lajole 2b
SevliOld rf
Mclntvre if
Ely ss
Powers c
Wlltze p
Totals
M1LW AUK1
E
Hogriever If
Conroy ss
Anderson lb
Gilbert 2b
Hallman rf
Malorey c
Frlel 3b
Brujette cf
Reldv
p
It
II
ro
10
1
1
4
4
1
S
12
27
II
0
II
2
ro
0
1
0
2
1
1
0
0
3
2
0
1
2
1
1
0
5
3
S
1
1
Slagle rf
Tenney lb
De Mont 2b
Cooley cf
Murphy If
Lowe 3b
Long ss
Klttridge c
Pittlnger p
o
s
0
2
0
0
2
2
4
0
O
U
0
1
0
0
0
7
6
0
2
3
2
0
0
0
J5
14
1111
1
0
U
0
2
10000100
10000001
13
0 1
First base by errors Thomas Flick
Murphy Left on bases Philadelphia 6
Boston
First bnse on balls Off Pittln- ¬
ger 4
1
Struck out By Duggleby 2 by
Pittlnger 5 Two base hits Flick Dele- ¬
11
5 12 21
Totals
hanty Lowe
Sacrifice hits Wolverton
Stolen base Cross
0 0 1 3 0
Philadelphia
x 8 HallmanplayLong
10
Tenney
Double
and Long Passed
0
0
0
0
0 0 4
0 5
Milwaukee
Umpire Emslie
Kittrldge
ball
Time
Earned runs Milwaukee 1 Philadel- ¬ 1 hour and 45 minutes
phia 7 Two base ht Hogrlev er Home
run Sev bold Sacrifice hit Cross Stolen
THE BBOOKLYNS TAKE BOTHbases Cross Ely Doubla plavs Frlel
5ilbert Anderson Wlltze and Ely Pow ¬
ers and Ely Reidy Conroy and Ander- ¬ JVew York Team v n Match fur Her
son Left on bases Milwaukee 8 Phil ¬
fcelKhhor
adelphia 1 First base on balls Off
NEW YORK Aug 17 The Brooklyns
lteldy 2 off Wlltze 1 Struck out By
Wlltze 3 Passed boll Maloney ifrrpire took both garnet from tho New Yorks al
Sheridan Time of game 1 hour and 50 the Polo Grounds having the Harlemites
minutes
beaten at all stages of the two conflicts
Second Game
The champions hit he ball harder and did
JiILV- vUKFF
ro
It
the better all round plajing The work
Hogriever If
0
of Sheckard at the bat and in the field
Conroy ss
0
T
and the fielding of Dalj-- and Davis were
0
Anderson lb
is o
1
0
2
Gllbezt 2b
features
The score
Hallman rfit- i e
lis
DR00KLTX
R IL TO A E
2
7
0
Donohue c
0
0
0
Keeler rf
1
0
2
Frlel 3b
0
If
Sheckard
1
0
0
Brujette cf
4
0
0
0
0
Lulun
cf
1
p
0
3
Garvin
0
0
7
0
0
Keller
lb
1
0
0
Maloney
0
Daly b
G
1
0
0
2
13
4
5 Dahlen
10 21
Totals
1
1
2
0
Li
Irwin Jb
1
4
fl
0
0
McGuire c-Batted for Garvin in ninth
- 1
1
0
0
2
Kitson p
It il ro
PlllLvDILIIIIA
1
Fultz cf
l s
27
4
1
10
13
Totals
1 13
Davis lb
0
1
3
R II PO A E
JEW 10RK
Cross 3b
4
I aJoie 2b
0
0
0
0
Van Haltrcn cf
G
0
1
1
0
3
Sevbold rf
0
Davis ss
1
0
0
McBride rf
Mclntvre It
0
4
0
0
0
2
Ely ss
0
Hickman If
0
4
1
0
Strang 3b
0
2
Powers c
-- 1
4
3
v
0
Fraser p
Bowermnn 2b
12
1
0
0
0
Ganzel lb
0 Warner c
1
0
3
0
Totals
0
0
0
p
Oi
2 4 Denzer
Milwaukee
00
x 6
Philadelphia
7
2
Totals
X 13 0
Earned runs Milwaukee 3 Philadel- ¬
Kitson out hit by batted ball
phia 1 Two base hits Hallman Davis
0 4
Stolen Brooklyn
Sacrifice hit Conroy
Cross
New York
02
bases Fultz Ely Davis Leftion bases
10
5
Philadelphia
Milwaukee
First base First base on errors New York 1 Left
3
on balls Off Garvin 1 off --Fraser
bases New York G Brooklyn 4 First
5nilr mit Ftv finn In fi hi- - Prnwr 8 on
base on balls Off- Kitson 2 Struck out
Wild pitches
Passed ball Donohue
bj- Kitson 4
By Denzer
Home run
Fraser Garvin Umpire Sheridan Time Sheckard Two base hits Dalj Bower
of game 1 hour and 40 minutes
man
Sacritie hits Bow erman Dahlen
Stolen bases Daly Irwin Double play
Daly Dahlen and Kelley
Wild pitch
NATIONAL LEAGUE GAMES
Kitson Umpire Dw j er Time of game
1 hour and 45 minutes
The Second Game
THE CARDINALS LOSE AGAIN
n il ro
mtOOKIAV
0
Duplicate the Score of Keler rf
ChicltfroM
1
1
If
Sheckard
a Former Vlctorj
cr
0
Dolan
J
ST LOUIS Aug 17 For the second Kellej- 3b
0
0
time in this series the Chlcagos beat the McCreerj- - lb
0
ual 2b
Cardinals G to 3 Poor stick work by the Dahlen
1
ss
locals lost the game When hits counted Irwin 3b
1
they failed most slgnallj to connect The Farrell c
1
2
change In batting order did no good At- ¬ Newton p
tendance 1500 The score
14
27
Totals
ro
ST LOUIS
t
II ro
NEW VOHK
Burkett If
1
Van
Haltren
cf
Heidritk cf
0
Davis ss
Donovan rf
o
McBride rf
Wallace fs
3
Hickman If
Kruger 3b
1
Strang 3b
Padden lb
0
Bow erman Jb
McGinn lb
1
Uanzel lb
Schriver c
1
Warner c
0
Sudhoff p
0
Leitner p
27
12
Totals
1
Totals
CHICACO
ro
o s
0 4 0 0
Brookljn
1
Hartzel If
0
0 0 0 0
0 1
0
New
0
4
Green cf
York
Dexter rf
First base on errecs Brooklj n 2 Lert
Dojle lb
on bases New York 10
Brooklj n 11
Itajmer 3b
First base on balls Off Iltner 2 off
Chllds 2b
I
By
out
Newton
Newton 4
Struck
1
ss
McCormlck
Three base hit Keeler Two base hit
Knhoe c
5
Umpire
Sheckard
base
Newton
Stolen
p
0
Waddell
Dwjer lime ot game 1 hour and 55
70KJ
minutes
Attendance
6
8
27
Totals
0
0 0 0 0 0
0 3 A BACE MEET AT BBIGHTWOOD
St Louis
0
2 2 0 0 0
Chicago
0 C
Two base hits Kruger Schriver and The- - Drlvlug Park AMHUclutlonM lro
McCormlck
Three base hits McGann
Krnmme for the ComLnMT AVcek
Green 2
Home run Waddell Double
plav s Kruger
McGann
and Kruger
The Brlghtwood Driving Park Associa
Sacrifice
Stolen
hit Pauden
bases
announces a three day trotting and
Dexter Rajmer Schriver Left on bases tion
running meeting for August 20 21 and 22
St Louis 4 Chicago
Struck out
By Sudhoff 4 by Waddell 3 Bases on which is exciting considerable local In ¬
3
Umpire ODay
balls Oft Sudhoff
terest
Time of game 1 hour and 35 minutes
The programme for the first day calls
for a 225 trot in which there are nine
NO BUNS FOB CINCINNATI
entries all well known and carded as
starters In the 210 trot there Is
Perfect funport or Chcnhro Vein Alc asure
field of thirteen and with such quanti- ¬
tory for IlttHbiirjr
ty and quality both events should be very
who Interesting The dajs sport will wind up
PITTSBURG Aug 17 Chesbro
a running race half mile heats The¬
shut out Cincinnati today was given per- ¬ with
Is a good sized one bringing tofect support the work of the infield being field
gether such well known runners
as
brIHHnt
Ilahn was steadv but Pittsburg Bough Rider McFonso
Mattle Chun
bunched Its hits and Cincinnatis errors Checkers and jjcveral others cquallj
well known
were costlj- - The score
The programme fo the other elavs Is
it
ir ro
riTTSiiuRO
to be an excellent one and ought to
also
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Clarke If
0
0
Beaumont cf
0
Davis rf
4
0
Wagner ss
13
1
0
2
0
Bransfleld lb
S
0
0
0
2
Itltchey 2b
2
0
2
3
Leieh
2
0
0
0
0
Zlmmer c
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cf
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Beckley
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Burning Money
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Crawford rf
Migoon hs
Stelnfeldt 3b
Fox 2b
Peltz c
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Halin p
5
24
2
7
0
Totals
x 5
Pittsburg
Cincinnati
00
Leach Two base
Stolen bases Dobbs
hits Leach Fox Three base lilts Brans
field Home run Wagner Sacrifice - hits
Crawford Zlrnmer Struck out Bj- Ches- ¬
4
Wild pitch Hahn
bro l by Ilahn
Hit by pitcher Hahn Umpire Colgan
Time of game 1 hour and 40 minutes At-
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WASHINGTON GASLIGHT
413
Tenth Street
Amerlenn Bowline Conirrena Amonir
Y M C A Athletes PotomncH He
tcatta Crevr Goes to Harlem Blff
Card at the Collnenm on the ISlmt
It Is a well known fact that for the last
ten or twelve jears the big athletic clubs
of New York
Boston and Chicago and
elsewhere have made It a custom to cor- ¬
ral all tho crack college athletes during
the summer vacation and train and enter
them for the A A U championships and
other big meets
But there Is everj indication that this
practice has come to an end and In future if the college athlete competes at all
In games outside the Intercollegiate Athletic Association meet he will wear his
college colors only
The Initial step toward this reform has
been taken by the faculty of Princeton
University which passed a rule this year
prohibiting athletes of that institution
from competing for athletic clubs No re
striction was placed upon the athletes as
to when or where they should compete
but it was made imperative that on all
occasions Princeton men should wear the
Princeton colors and not even interwoven
with that of nny athletic club
The matter has been generally taken up
by the other colleges and those In favor
of purity of college athletics at Tale Har- ¬
vard Pennsylvania and Columbia favor
the precedent established by Princeton
It Is quite probable that a rule similar
to the one Inaugurated by Princeton will
be Introduced at the next general meet- ¬
ing of the Intercollegiate Amateur Ath- ¬
letic Association and made to apply to
every college member of the association
It Is sure to please all the big colleges
¬
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AMfcRICvX BOWLING CONGRESS
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THE KIDNEYS
rt thi enrfrft nt th vatm Warners Safe Cure
keepa them open and free and toon rutorea health I
tUllea
Fourth race For maiden
Ire and one halt futlonft Blur Blood Oiicadee
Step Onirard Batjah Put Katherine C La4r
GodtTi Roae of Mir Ohio Girl Trrpetota Clip ¬
per Querna Mrwenner Teiarrea Happy Torch
light Rojral Mr Fontenii
Triner Marine
GltAND CIRCUIT MEET AT THE COUSTUM
The announcement that the American
Bowling Congress will convene in Buffalo
In January created considerable bowling
talk here much more than usual at this
season when there is scarcely an alley
In service except at the Y M C A
where the bowling never stops on account
of the hot weather
Mr Samuel Karpf Secretary of the
Bowling Congress spent part of a day
here last- week looking over the Held
prirfiarllj- to secure the attendance of one
or two teams at tho tournament to be
held in connection with the annual meet ¬
ing of the congress He was given no
definite promises by the local leaders
Mr Karpf reports the sport In a
healthj- - condition throughout the countrj- Tho congress at Chicago last winter was
tho best ever held since hla connection
with the sport he says lie states that
radical changes will be made In the
national affairs of the sport at the
coming congress
The organization will
be made more compact by uniting the
several leagues In each city into a local
association through which all records
and reports must be sent to have them
recognized as official by the congress
Each alley also will be compelled to
take out a sanction from the congress
which will be furnished freo of charge
Theidea Is similar to that under which
the League of American Wheelman has
been working for many J ears Kach alley
must be otllclar in order to have the
records made upon it count ard eech
city must be supervised by the local asso-¬
ciation similar to the State divisions of
iii i jv heelmen
Totals
Boston
j ard SS0 yards two miles steeple- ¬ Knight 110 Connie 98 Dr RiiUl 120 Cher
chase one mile 120 j arrls hurdle 2
Cucaa Work 100 Leuttnt
rleav 103 Mercer 10
yards hurdle 440 yards
hurdle running 105
high jump running long- Jump pole
Third rice The Mohiwk tor
vault triple Jump standing high Jump arlltnc one and ont attrMith nlln Col rid- ¬
hrond Jump 16 pound hammer
den Hi Glade Runner Mabter KB Bowdr
Collegiate Track and Field Men standing
16 pound discus 16 pound shot
56 pound
Arab 103 Lone Fisherman
Nitrate 106 Barbara
weight
potato
race
Ftletchi S3
Must Not Perform for Clubs
27
1
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110
TO WEAR COLLEGE COLORS
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5
3
Two out when winning run was scored
Philadelphia
1901
It
Totals
B03TO- -
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AMONG
YM
I
A
ATIILETLS
With the aid of electric fans and plenty
of lemonade the bowlers of tlie Young
Mens Christian Association defy the heat
daj and night and bowl to their hearts
content The fact that the association
won the league championship last spring
has created an interest among the bowlers
that has never before been felt The am- ¬
bition to retain the honor has spurred the
plajers on to renewed efforts and they
will be prepared to defend the title when
it comes ttaie to again battle on the allej s
It has not been announced but it is
more than likely that the same team
which won the championship will again
llnp up to try for It a second time this
coming season Every afternoon and
evening neea theallejs almost as well
filled as they are in winter
ThetenniB TJlayers the cracks and
others are taking plenty of practice for
the annual fall championships in singles
and doubles to J5e held next month
The track and field men are doing light
practice work at the park preparing fer
tile Atlantic Association games to De neici
At Baltimore September 23 In about ten
days active training nna practice win ne
gin under the direction of Profs Ride
out and Beckett
The Juniors are developing at a rapid
rate and in a year or two will be fit to
try for honors alongside their seniors in
j ears One of the best all around juniors¬
Prof RIdeout has In hand is DeWltt Ellsworth He Is muscular well built willing
and ambitious lie does splendid work at
all the shorter distances on the track
Charles Taylor is another youngster who
does splendid all around work He Is only
fifteen jears of age and is already doing
five feet in the running high Jump He Is
fast at the 10O jard and holds his own in
the relay Draper too is a good high
Among
Jumper doing 4 feet 10 Inches
others who promise well In the lX jard
are Masters Walter Bone McCaulej and
Berthrong
rOTOSHCBOvT CLUB
The management of tho local Coliseum
will play its trump card next Wednesday
night when It will present the American
Blcyclo Companjs big professional team
In the grand circuit meet to be held at
the bowl There will be three- classes of
events handicap championship and 210
Femosole 112
and
Fifth race Handicap for
upward one and one ipiartrr miles
Flnt Whip
120 CiTiar
117
111
Kamira
Decanter HI
Trigger 103 Utaon 100 Alalkr W
class
Tho team Includes nearly all the be3t
professional flyers heretofore seen here
Results at Delmar
and a lot of others not so well known
DEUIAR
Aug 17 Results of todijl
here but who have earned good reputa ¬ races track PARK
fant
tions for speed and endurance on other
and upward
Flnt race For
tracks The list includes among others
Tom Cooper Oascoyne Newhouse Owen selling one mile- - Ladas Dale
even woa
Kimble Lestir Wilson Lamson Jenkins
Nekarnii
Snell
to 1 erond Ml si Theraa
Dcvvnlng j jid Jacobson
Motor pacing Wainwrlght X toi 1 third Time 143
3 1
wll add Interest to the contests
Second race For
and upward
d
4 to
K Q Bann
Jones
won Iloraeahoe Tobacco OBrien 4 to S aee
30 to 1 third
end John Morion
Ltodwj
Time 11S
fire and cne half
Third race For
furlong
Dugan
Taby Tosa
5 to 1 won
Mamie Ecgluh OBrien 6 to 5 second Hunter
Ralne Irren 3 to 2 third Time 1 OB
and upward
Fourth race For
La Spam
selling one and one alxterath miles
to
Lindney
6 to 1 won kugenle S Dale
1
ond Zatel Watson
5 to 1 thirdr Time
selllnr aix furlong
PC51ME1T BEAT TKEASUBTITES
1
Titer J rrn the Iloate Quickly- and
take Sixteen Trips
It require Jsut five innings of ball play- ¬
-
5
ing of a rich saffron hue to show Pete
Russell and his team mates how little
they knew of the game of hit and run
and catch and throw It is thought that
had the game lasted the usual number
of innings everj man on the Treasury
team would have tried his luck at serving
up shoots and curves to his opponents
As It was though there were three of
them who tried their wings in the centre
of the diamond and as many came out
feeling like a pawed over remnant in a
department store on bargain day But It
was lucky for the men from the postal
headquarters that Sir Peter did not en- ¬
ter the box for he would undoubtedly
have made it warm for the postmen
Mr Gages men went to the bat first
but did not succeed In getting a man
across the rubber although they got one
within hailing distance of the slab Dur- ¬
ing the time allowed the mailmen to
wield the old hickory rod they made
nine tours around their opponents who
had evidently been taking a nap The
postmasters boosted their score five
notches In the next Inning while their
opposing friends did not get as far as
the third corner of the diamond
The men from Fifteenth Street got one
of their number across the slab in their
half of the third but spoiled the spec- ¬
tacular effect of their effort by allowing
the postmen to get twice as many in the
very same Inning The Treasuryites ela- ¬
tion at making a beginning was therefore
very short lived Even their friendly op- ¬
ponents realized the unnecessary boost ¬
ing of the score was a bit cruel Just at
that time
In the fourth wild throwing seemed
all the rage and ths - postmen took to It
with great unanlmltjThey threw the
sphere all over the field and in fact
everj where except - the right place By
their wildness thej- presented the moneychangers with three runs making a total
of four for the latter The legal number
of batters appeared at the plate for the
letter earners in their naif of the fourth
The men from Uncle Sams money storage
house took their fifth swat at the leather
and after the dust had cleared awaj
when their swatting had ceased it was
found that they had crossed the rubber
twice and that their total score was rep- ¬
resented by the figure 6
Upon comparing the statistical reports
of both run columns it was found that
the alley in which the postmens scores
had been chalked up exceeded the one
In which Mr Gages men kept their earn ¬
ings by exactly
ten scores Thej-- were
accordlnglj- - announced the winners of a
five Inning game with material enough in
It to make up three or four entire games
The score
CITY rOSTOFFICE
Bradley ss
King 3b and lb
Harding c
Chamberlain lb and
Laud 2b and 3b
Bennett If
Holmes p
Walker rf
McConvIlIe cf
Holmes
R
3
2
2b
2
1
2
2
1
rf
Totals
OEASURV
uussell 3b
1
1
1
H
0
2
0
1
1
0
1
0
0
0
a
R II
1 1 0
16
and c
10
PO
3
0
7
A
1
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
t
IM
and
Fifth race Handicap for
one and one slateenth mfies
Reins
OBrien 5 to 1 won Meddlesome ONeill
3 to 1 third
Jones
Nearest
third
cTen
i
Time 1 ts 1
and upward
Sixth race For
selling aix and one half furlongs Street Dream
Llndsey 3 to 1 won Four Leal C Dale eTe
second Snmrr ONeill 3 to 1 third Time
lil
8
A
1 4
and upward
Seventh race For
six furlongs
Lindscy
Sard
3 to 2 won
Kazan
ONeill 3 to 1 second Tenny Bell
Bell 3 to 1 third TImr 115
Entries at Delmar
DELMvR rtRK Aug 17 Entries for Monday
races
four and
First race For maiden
105
one halt furlongs
Meda Glenca Leaning
100
Jollify 103 Called Back
Retelle 103
Wrapper 100 Dr Lovrjoy 103 Elua Cook 100
Aules 103
Second race For maiden
flrs
103
Jlaxzara
and one half furlongs Halmis
103
Irosata 10
BeuU May
Ben Hempstead
Bart Howe 103 Lady Clarik 100 Virginian 103
and upward
Third race lor
selling
twenty yards CJuT- Tone mile and
Parker 103 Sadie Levy 109 Pirates Daughter
OS
99
Prince btoneraoulh
Elerrn Bells lot
10V
Pan Charm 108 John Jlorton
Kmpjreal
96
St Rogue 111
ld
and upward
Fourth race For
one mile
Monograph 101 Menace Ito Lunar
107
and upward
Fifth race For
selling
serrn furlongs Fickle Saint 57 Med¬
dlesome 100 Alalia 87 Euterp 103 Revoke
103
feirth race For
and upward
six furlongs
Ilaiel Hughlett Nesrcst 107 Toss
Collins 112 Robert Jr Surrivr 103 Verify
103
It en alt m nt
Fort Erie
FORT ERIE Auff 17 Result of tody neen
track fast
First race For
and upwanl
4 ta
scTen furlomja
Prince Plausible Allaire
1
won Badze Roll
S to 1 second
Idanu
Franconi J Daly 5 to 2 third Time
Second race For maiden
four
and one half furlongs
Quixada Bender
6 to 5w
won Juamta M Maj 15 to 1 second Lauretta
Burke Jacknon
5 to 2 third
Time 033 1 1
and upwanl
Third race For
six furlongs
Lelfa Barr Johnson
5 to 1 won
3 to 1
Racebud
McQuade
second Ocones
Jackson
3 to 1 third Time 111 1 J
Fourth race Toronto-- Stakes for three jcar
olds and upuard seren and one half furlotur
3 to I won Oakciai4
Nouns Henry Jackson
1 to 4 second
May
1 to
Hieaway Blake
third Time 1 34
Fifth race For
fire furlongs
Concertina
Blake
3 to 2 won Dixie Quees
fi to 5 second
Redfern
Ilalmetta Ttoxler
6 to 5 tbirtL Time 1 01 1 4
Sixth
race Steeplechase
for
and upward short course- - Terry Ranger fiorm
ley
even won Interference
Ray 9 to 3 sec¬
ond Mrs Bracbhaw Clancy
6 to 5 third TIme
lS3
i
0
3
0
0
0
lo
1
upward
51
TO
i 1
1
1
328
Entries at Fort Erie
3
F
FORT
races
ERIE
Aug
17
Entries
for Mondays
Dudley lb
and upward
First race For
1 O i
Brooks d
seven furlongs
109
Free Lance 112 Tamarm
1
Hlgglns rf
0
107
Randy C CalUenne Exit 103
Coriahs
Bolway ss
0
0
106
Ida
Penzance
102
The
Brother
Punctual
1
4
1
McGuire c 3b and
Flaneur iOL
Hoffman If p and 3b
2b
Hardy
0
0
1
Second race For
fillies selling
0
0
0
Gardner cf
five furlongs
Abbey Dell Silver
Concertio
110
Owl
105
Vivian
Casine
Latch
Floretta
6
Totals
Z 12
String 102
City P 0
9 5 2 0 x IB
Third race For
and upward
Treasury
0 0 t 3
six furlongs
Tubculum 110 Mound Builder 103
Maitentie 101 Benckart 103 Xona B 102 Com ¬
First base on balls Off Brooks 2 off petitor
101
Lilly Hammerton
Race Bud 100
Hfiffman 8 off Holmes 5 Struck out
Blackford 99 Doratnick Leha Barr OS Anno
By Holmes 3 by Hoffman 1 Sacrlflce
V
93
hits Dudley Stolen bases Bus el I Mc- ¬ Maggie
Fourth race For
and unwardr
Guire Holmes Walker McConville and one
and one sixteenth miles Rurfhficldi 107
Hlgffins
Wild pitches Holmes
Passed Radford
10tJ
103 Jessamine Porter
Dick
Warren
1
Umpire
Harding
balls
Proctor Time 102 Filibuster 100 AH baints W The Goldem
of fame 1 hour and 23 minutes
4
Dolly Wagner 01 J II Sloan 103
Prince
di
Ill
26
Hfth race
For
five furlongs
110
Easy Street 101 Ilalmetta Mowich
Taxman
Sixth race For
and upward
selling
t rec Play 107 Obey
six furlongs
Gotcmba Icon 104 Lakeview Belle Isaac Hop ¬
per Northman 102 Remsen Willard J Knuckle
Down Cray Bill Higgins Grey Morn lUy Seed
Charman 99 Sunny Girl 97
THE KACING CALENDAB
IipnultM nt Saratoga
SRVTOG Auff 17
track fast
First race Handicap
Up
100
Results of todays races
for all ages
eren fur
C to 5
longs
Chuctanunda
Turner
won
Specific Bums
6 to 1 second Demurrer
Gar
rigau
3 to 1 third
Time 1 27 1 5
Second race For
and upward
gentlemen riders
one mile and seventy yards
2 to 5 won
Mr Paget
Carbuncle
Cogswell
Mr Devereaux
Mr
5 to 1 second Dogtown
30 to I third
Mavbee
Time 131 1 5
Third race United Mates Hotel Stakes
for
Mas
fire and one half furlongM
5 to 2 won Dixie Line Beau
U7C- T- Cullman
12 to 1 second Caughnau aga Turner
champ
20 to 1 third Time 101
ld
Fourth race The Delaware Handicap for
and upuard
one and one six terntli
5 to 2
Shaw
Blues
won Rockton
miles
9 to 5 second
Kmmkinic
Turner
McGinn
8 to 1 third
Time 117
lifth ract Steeplechase for four j ear old and
Bacchanal
Dayton
upward
full couise
8 to
3 won
S to 1
Mr Mofel
Owens
second
C
Buliingdon
3 to 3 third
Green
Time
642 2 5
Sixth race For three yea r old and upwanl
sellirg one and one eighth miles
Mtrate
3 to
Dolando Shaw
9 to 3 won
Michaels
4 to 1
5 hecond
little Daisy Mulholland
third Time 136 3 5
Entries at Husrtliorne
The Potomac Boat Club will hold its
lUWTHORNE Aug 17 Entries for tomorrows
second regitta this summer open to mem- ¬
races
24
pro
August
only
Saturdaj
The
bers
seven furlongs
First race For
grammp will Include races for eights
Silurian 112 Argregor 110 Deuman Thompson
fours double working boats single shells
107 Amoor Introductor 103
and canoes
Second race lor
and upward
The Analostan Boat Club was invited tc
selling one mile and three furlongs
Hennen
in
events
crews
enter
the various
but
KnIght Banneret 98
cia 103 Baird 103
Chief 91
ban Andres 90
Little Elkin
found it necessary to decline because of
Carlovignian
S8
62
the absence from the city ot so man or
Apprentice allowance claimed
Indeed
the float
Its rowing members
Steeplechase
race
handicap
so little attention has been
Third
for
officers s4
and upward
given to shell rowing this summer it Is
short course Corona turf
133
140
Chesterfield
Lord
Chancery
would
thej
be entered If
Diet
doubtful If thej
Furber 130 Capt Oonorer 127
were In town because of their lack of
Fourth race The Test Stakes a sweepstakes for
condition
two- - ear olds
five and one half furlongs
Ed
A joint regatta b the two clubs would
ustm 123 Nellie Waddell 120 Jaubert US
undoubtedly have been a splendid way to
115
South Trimble
Memnon
Commissioner
wind up the season and both clubs re- ¬
Forster 113 Emathion
Helen Print 110
gret thit it could not come to pass
free handicap
The
Fifth race
six furlongs
One of the features of the regatta will
Rush 100 Bangle Headwater 104 Jimfnex 103
be the single scull race between Hecox
Bummer 101 Livadia 100 Boney Boy 93 Mag ¬
and Joe Dalj The latter Is showing con- ¬
gie Davis 92 Max Bendix 90
siderable Improvement in form and speed
and upward
Sixth race For
under the coaching of McKlnney at one
one mile Hargts 110 Approved 107 Lmmett
time the champion sculler of this river
Saratoga
at
Entrle
Ladylike
102
103
Haxzah
100
Orr
wagers
Xibel Winn
a
is
of
have
said
number
that
it
SUtVTOGl Aug 17 Entries for Mondjya Throstle 101 Crescent City 9s Stuart Young
been laid on the result of the race
97
Rngaw C Mzanne Jane Oaker Santt
It has been finally decided that the races
junior eight oared crew will be sent to
for twyear old
U Teresa 94
First race Handicap
Apprentice allowance claimed
the Middle States regatta at the Harlem furlongs Endurance By Right 122 Gunfire 117
and upward
Seventh race For
Day
expense
will be met bj Whisky King
Labor
The
113
Bel1
110
Commoner
King Dellis 108 St Wood
one mile
selling
subscription by the members Coach Zap
104
Sam Lazarus Esq
Henry ot
pone is working hard with the crew and OHagan Tribes Hill 10G t trail 101 Sister Espionage
Eveyn Byrd 101
Mondoro
s
hopes to put out the fastest eight the Juliet 103 Ld Sterling W Old Hutch
Franstmar 103
99 Little Boy Blue 99 Beauty Book
Lady Godiva 03
Brownia
season has seen
Van Hoorebeke 94
and upward
Second racx For
Anderson 97
The crew as it has been rowing several
Apprentice allowance claimed
dajs has May stroke Lowe 7 Snell C selling seven furlongs Speedrcas 100 Bold
McGowan 5 Geare 4 Chase 3 Hernan
2 Rowland 1 and it is probable that It
will row in this order in the race
Geare is seen In CoburnH place and be- ¬
ing some fifteen pounds heavier weighing
VARICOCELE
Km pounds
he materially strengthens the
crew
LOST MANHOOD
Coburn has decided not to row any more
Varicocele
Fvery sufferer from Stricture and its offspring
this season and Geare was given the
place
Stearns has been out as coxswain
Prostatitis and Seminal Weakness should write to the St
Ohio
Midge
Cincinnati
Ross who on
Jauie Association 41 St James Building
several times
C
experience
In the
A C
for their illustrated work showing the parts of the human sys ¬
account of his
tem Involved in Urethral Ailments which they send to male ap
boats Is considered the best coxswain on
securely wrapped in plain package prepaid
plicantt
the river has been over the course a
number of times The boys would like to
Cut out this coupon mail to the St James As ¬
Reddington
Dick
is
COUPON
him
Harlem
at
FREE TREATISE
have
sociation with 3 our name and address plainly
trying for the place and hopes to make
copy
of
their
a
will
send
exhaustive
treatbe accurately illustrated n half
written they
It A second crew is being formed and
parts ot the male sjstem involved in Urethral Ailnlents
showing
the
toue
will aslst the regulars in their practice
work
Nnme
ST JAMES ASSOCIATION
Tammany
STRICTURE
FREE
COMING
MUSTS AT THE STvDIUM
The next on the list of contests of an
athletic nature ct the Stadium at Buffalo
are the gjmnastic championships to be
held August 21 The entrj list promises
to bo unusually large Many entries have
already been received from crack athletic
clubs turnverelns and Y M C A
The events wiU include parallel bars
long horse side horse Indian clubs rope
climbing horizontal bars living rings
and all around standing apparatus
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is tho one to
scheduled for the Stadium
be held September C and 7 to decide the
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contests There will be twenty events
and tho meet will bring together all the
performers
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