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GIANTS WIN EASY VICTORY
Defeat Philadelphia in Third Game
of Series, Seven to One.
BOUT THE FIRST PITCHER
lie Lasts Tito InnlnK and la !!!
placed by Nelson, Whn Hold
Nejr York In Check Home
Kun for Shnfer.
Standing of Teams
WK.1T. LEAGUE. NAT'L LEAGUE.
Omaha 4 1 .SOU. New York.. 8 2 .MW
Lincoln .... 4 1 .w
Denver 4 1 MM
St. Joseph.. 2 3 .4001
Topeka ....2 3 .4WHrooklyn ...4
Den Moines 2 3.4'iSt. Louis.... 4
Kloux City. 2 3 .tUUi Boston 2
Wichita ...0 f Cincinnati
raaVert. ct 4 0
Knab. Ib... I 4
Lobert, 3b. . 4 0
Macra. If- I 0
CVarath, If . I 0
IJotan, r( . . L.O
Nelaon, p ... 1 9
lAidenie, lb. 1 0
Uoolan, M... I .1
Hurt, p ..00
Millar, rf.,.,1 1
NEW YORK. April 24. Thr Giants
easily defeated Philadelphia' In the third
same of the eerie today by u ncoro of 7
to 1. Moore started In the box for Phila
delphia and lasted two Inning. In that
time lie naascd four men and yielded five
hits, Including a homo run by Bliafer In
the second Inning with two on tho bases.
Nelson, Who replaced Moore, held the
Glar-U In check. A men was very effectlvo,
the Philadelphia team making only four
hits off, .his delivery, tfcore:
rittLADEU'HIA:- NKW YORK1.
AD. ll.O. A. K. AD. 11.17. A E.
1 0 lsnolfr'a. rl. 1
0 t'OShafer, it... 4
4 0 OHurni. If. .. 4
4 0 ODorlr, lb... I 0 .1
0 0 0 Murray rf 4 I I
0 0 ,4 Merkle, Jb.. 4
e o lienor, 3b.. t
1 1 lMerera, C...1
s ok o
4 1 tllartlar. e... 1
0 0 OAmaa, p 4 ! 0 4
t o 0
1 Totala II 11 17 11 I
Totala I tail I
Hartley out. hit by batted ball. ,
Ran for "Meyers In third.
Philadelphia 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 o-l
New York 4 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 -7
First base on error: New York, 2;
Philadelphia, 1. Two-basei" hit: Burns.
Home run: Bhafer. Stolon bases: Burns.
Merkle. Herzog. Left on bases: New
York. 7; Philadelphia. 3. Double plays:
Doyle to Merkle, Kllllfer to Lundcrus,
Hhafer to Doyle to Merkle. Uases on
balls: Off Ames. !; off Moore. 4: off
Nelson, 3. Struck out. ny Ames, r, by
Nelson, 3. Illtsr -Off-Moore, 5 In two Inj
nines; off Nelson. 6 In ven Innlngi,
(JTmptres! Klem and Oflh.
Hrcrnlts llel Hosloij Win.
BOSTON, Ajftll St.-Recrults tarteftat
the end of last season from the North
western league helped Dostuii
Brooklyn. 1 to 0, In a iweiye-lnnlng game
here today, jam", i
western league pltchorh last year, held
Brooklyn to eight hits and struck out nlno
men. Whaling, his battery mate In the
minors. - did the receiving fur Boston.
Allen, who hurled for thu visitors, allowed
but seven hits, but three of them were
bunched in tho twelfth Inning when the
winning run was scored. In tho last or
the twelfth JUmes bunted safely, but was
forced at second by Connelly afiur llarun
vllle had fouled out, First Haseman
Myers doubled over thitd, sending Con
nelly to third. Sweeney was wulked pur
posely and Horldan. batting for Seymour,
singled, scoring Connelly with the winning
run. Score: ' ..
boston. 1 ' nitOOKLTN.
An. H O. A r. AD.H.O A.E.
Maramll. a I I I OMoran. rf....J 1 J I 0
o ivuiinaw, n m s i v
0B(nil. tf.. I 1 Bp
0 OWhaal. If ... 3 0 I 9 0'
1 tDaubert lb. 4 1 It 1 0
0 ORmllh, Jb... I 0 0 t 0
t orithtr. aa. .. 2 i 1 0
4 OMIIIar. t ... 4 111 1 0
t OAllen, p I 0 0 I 0
ft ft Totala 41 1 M II 0
- - . f r
TaUll 7 JI IV 1 ' ' '
Batted for Seymour In twelfth.
Winning run soored when two were
out ... . i
Boston 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 B 1-i
Brooklyn 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Two-base WW:'. ! Myers. Cutshw,
Stolen bases: Moron, Wheat. Double
play: Moran to Daubcrt. Left on 4:
Boston, 6i Brooklyn. 10. Bases on balls:
Off James. 4j off Allen. S. First base
on errors: Brooklyn. I. lilt by pitched
ball: By James (Wheat). , Struck out:
by James. 9. by Allen. 16. Time: !t!
Umpires: rtlngler and Byron.
CtiirliuintI HoritW Pitchers.
8T. LOUIS. April W.-Olnclonatj noynde?
four pltciera off tho mound today and
won trom St. Iouls. 10 to 3. litis was
the second victory tor Cincinnati thjs sea
son. The battW of Tll'iker. Chirk. Maf
haiis and Konetiny featured. Suggs kept
the St Louis hlU well scattered. Score:
CI.NTIJWAT! ".'.P1,?',, .
AD 110 A r. Alt. H O. A K
u..rr u i o i o miuialna. a i
oMorr. k r I o
ftK'nttcbjr. lb I I
OKrana. rt . 1
Zfatbtra, rf.. . 0 t
OOtkta. cf. .. I T
OO'Learr. is. I' !
OWlniO. c.... 4 I
4 Rurk. p
Phlla 7 2 .77N
Washington 6 2 ,7W
Cleveland . 8 4 .((
Ht. I-Ollls... (i 8 .42i.
Detroit .,..5 8 .m
Boston .... 4 7 .3fi4
New York.. 2 8 ,2oo
AMEft. ASS'N. .
Mllwnuken . 8 4 .W7
Kan. city.,. 7 r .Wis
Indlnnunolla fi G .M.
7 r. .MM Columbus .. 6" 6 .Rl
t. li .
St, Paul 3
No games scheduled.
Brooklyn. 0; Boston, i (twelve Innings),
i'hlladelphla, 1 Now York. 7.
St. Louis, 3; Clnclnnntl; 10.
St. Iouls. 3: Chicago, I.
Detroit, 3; Cleveland, fi.
New York, 1! Philadelphia. 4.
Boston, ; Washington, 3.
Milwaukee, 4; Columbus, 8.
St. Paul, 2; Toledo. 3.
Minneapolis, 2; Indianapolis, J.
Kansas City, 6; Louisville, c (ten Innlgs).
Western Leaguo-Wichita at Lincoln.
Topeka at Denver. St. Joseph at Dcs
Moines, Omaha at Sioux City.
National 14uaim II mo l I Vt i it t Tin t nn .
Philadelphia at New York, Pittsburgh at
oi. ivoiili, cnicago in tst. ius.
American Iaguc-8t. Ixuls at Chicago,
Cleveland at Detroit, New York at I'hll
adelphla, Boston ut Washington.
American Association Milwaukee at
Columbus. St. Paul at Toledo, Minneapo
lis at Indianapolis, Kansas City nt Louis-
WHITE S0XL0SE OPENER
Shut Out by St. Louis Williams
Makes Three Triple Base Hits.
AT BAT ONLY FOUR TIMES
Mitchell lilt l'rrrl-, lint CIiIciiko I
Alilc to Noiirr Nn .11 ore Than One
Klin (nine First of
CHICAC.O, April 24.-Outfleldcr Wll-
llnms of 8t, Ixiuts today mado three triple
I m ho hits In four times at bat and Chi
cago lost tho opnnlng game of the series
with St. Louis, 3 to 1
Two of WllllaulB triples figured In tho
Heart's for his team. In the sixth ho drove
In one run after a man had been walked
and in the eighth, ho drove In another
and scored himself on a long fly by
The locals hit Mitchell freely, but were
unablo to score more than one run. This
came In the seventh on bunched hits.
Tho fielding of Woaver of Chicago .ire
vented tho .visitors from scoring on throe
other occaions when they had a man as
far as third with only one out. Two of hU
attempts cut runners off nt tho plate.
ST i LOUIH. . CHICAOO.
All. ll.O. A. K. All.H.O.A.E
BhotHn. cf.. 4 0 10 OTUlh. lb.
Jotimton, If. J I 1 0 Olord, lb.,..
Wllllama, rf 4 I 0 0 Collin., Tf.
Pratt. 2b.... 1 0 4 t ODorton. lb.
Btotall, lb.. 1 111 1 OKaatrrlr. c. 4
Auatln, lb...4 1 0 1 OMaltick. rf. 4
Wallace, aa. 4 J i I OJonea. If.. .3
An, 0....1 0 t 1 OWaarar, .. a
Mitchell, p. 4 0 0 S OCIcotta, p... 1
Fournltr ,. 1
Totala II I 17 It Onodle 1
4 0 1
4 1 1
4 1 IS
Calbouu, lb. I
Uiora, Ib... 1 1
wrrn7, lb. 4 1
atrmeur, ct. 4 0
Kirk, rt ... 4 1
Darlln. Ib... I 1
Whaling, c. 4 . 0 10
Jamas, p . . 4 1 0
rtarl4an ... 1 1
O'Neill to Have New
School House, Hotel
and Public Library
O'NRILU Neb., April 24,-(Speclal.)
The Board of Education of this city
yesterday awarded the contract for the
erertlon of tho now 150,000 public school
building to tho Mld-West Construction
company of Lincoln. Tho building will
be built of vltrlfted brck and will be
one of the finest school buildings In the
Tho rubllo Library board awarded tho
contract for the erection of (1W 110,000
Hbrary building to the same firm for
S3.SS0. These, are but a small number of
tho Improvements that will be mado In
this enterprising city thlH spring, aa
about a doten new residences are how In
course of construction, and the building
season not fully started yet.
The new Golden hotel, which has Just
been completed at a cost of S45,O0O, will
be opened to thu public about May 1.
nfit noVjin;' '
Dode, Paskert Is again on the hospital
list as the result ef aq injury, to his back
In a practice game at , Baltlmpre, and
Philadelphia fans- are -wondering t If the
old Jinx Is going to get In Its work on
Poolu's team again. T . .
Totala It 11 17 II 1
Batted for Jones In ninth.
Batted for Weaver In ninth. ,
Han for Borton In ninth.
Run for Easterly In ninth. .
St. Louis , 0 0 0 0 0 .1 .0 2 0-3
Chicago .'. w.0'0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0-1
Two-boso hit: Wallace. Throe-d'ase
hits: Johnston, Williams (3). Sacrifice
hits: Johnston. Stovall. Agnew, Sacri
fice fly: Pratt. Left on bases: St. Louis..
6; Chicago, 7. Base on bulls: Off Clcotte,'
1. Struck out: By Clcotte, 4; by Mitchell,',
l. lime: i;a. umpires; rcrguson ana
Ilnstun Iliiuchrn lilts nnil Winn.
WASHINGTON. April 24. WhlloWash
lngton outhlt Boston today the- vlsltolu
bunched their lilts and beat the home
team, 6 to 3. Washington had a lead of
one run In the ninth Inning, but Boston
fell on Groom and batted out a victory.
Boston had but one man left on bases
us against eleven for Washington. This
won dun to Bedlont'a keeping tho llta
President Wilson waaln tho grand
stand. Of the four games played hero tho
president has attended three. Score:
All. II O. A. K. All. H O. A. K
ban lilts: Englc, Gaudlt. Hits: Off
Bedlcnt, 9 In eight Innings and thirty-six
mwi at bat; off Hull, 1 In one inning and'
four men ut but. Sacrifice fly: Speaker.
Stolen bases; Ertglc.- Milan, Atusmlth,
ShankK 2). Double play: Groom to Mc
Brlde to Gondii.' Left ort bases: Boston.
1; Washington. 11 Babes dn balU: Off
Bcdlent, h; by Oroom, 3.- Time: 1:E5.
eriors: Washington, 1. Struck out: By
Bcdlent, 5; by rOoont. .3. Time: 1:5ft.
ijmplres; Dlnecn and Hart.
. Cleveland Oatplnysi ' Detroit.
DETROIT, April 24.-In their llrst
clash 9f ihe season ,at Navln field Cleve
land outplayed Detroit and won. 6 to 3.
Grlng wbb better than Dubuo In plncnes
and tho Frenchman's, one error In tho
sixtli was rosponalblq for one or Cleve
In the- first Inning Crawford made the
first homo run of tho. year on tho home
grounds, lifting tho ball. Into the right
field bleachers. Birmingham wonted the
squeeze play for tho fourth time this Eta
son, sending' In the tying run In tne
eighth Inning. Wilson on third, the Clove
land manager, bunted toward first and
Olson, starting with the pitch scored
cally, while Dubuo and Galnor retired
tne patter, a single ana a steal Dy
Graney and Carlson's, double then pro
duced two more runs.
XJllfln nao n Ktrui. un uu inn iiuiiib.
stealing second twice and once pilfering
AD.H.O. A.E. AU.H.O.A.E.
Johmton, lbS 1 7 0
Chapman, aa 6 1 4 3
Otoon. lb.... 4 13 0
Jaikaon, rf.. 1 0 1 0
Lajolr, lb... 4 0 1 4
H'm'bam. cf 3 1 1 0
flramr. If... 4 1 S 0
Carlach, c... 3 t 7 2
OrefC. P 4 0 0 1
OflLlh. IB..... 4
Olltlll. Cf.,. 3
OCrawforJ. rt 4
OVeach. If . '- 3
0 Galnor. lb. . 4
MorlaKr, lb 4
OVItl. tb 4
1 Btanage, e. 3
OMcKc. c.... 0
Dubuc, p.... 4
1-Mullln .... 1
1 3 1
1 1 0
1 1 0
1 3 1
1 1! 1
1 1 1
0 2 1
0 1 0
1 0 1
0 0 0
Totala, .,..14 I 27 9
Totals 34 I IT 14 1
Batter for tSanage In eighth.
Cleveland J 0 0 1 0 1 0 3 0-6
Detroit 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0-3
Two-baso hits: Birmingham, Carlsch.
Three-base hit: Dubuc. Home run:
Crawford. Sacrifice hit: Birmingham.
Sacrifice fly: Carlsch. Stolen bases:
Bush (3), Vltt, Chapman. Jackson, Olson.
Doublo plays: Vltt and BUsh, Veach and
McKee. Left on bases: Cleveland, 7;
Detroit, 9. Bases on bails: Off Dubuc.
3; off Gregg. 4. Hit by pitched ball:
By. Gregg (HIKIl). Uiruca oui; y w,
2; by Gregg. 4. Wild pitch: Dubuc, 1.
.i" i.ct TmnIra lllldphmnd and
out: By Schulz, 4; by Bender, 8. Time:
1.5S. Umpires: Connolly and McGrcevy.
Base Ball Fans
Wilson Stand Up
WASHINGTON. April 24. In the
seventh Inning fans shouted, "Stand up,
Woody," when tho president aroso amid
cheers or the multitude. President Wil
son had an engagement with Secretary
Bryan at 6 o'clock and left tho grounds
Trust Buster and
Judges Attend Game
WASHINGTON. April 24.-Wlth con
gress stirred up by a resolution to In
vestigate the nllcged "base bnll trust",
a mild sensation vn? developed in base
ball circles when It developed that the
Washington-Boston series of games Is
being attended by hlg officials of the
(Department of Justice, Including James
A. Fowler, "trust buster" of tho govern
ment: Justice Adktns, and other officials
charged with the enforcement of the
Base ball enthusiasts feared they were
making a personal Investigation of base
ball conditions, taking thwr cue from the
resolution introduced In the house by
Representative Gallagher, but those who
watched the officials declared their
demonstrations, when Washington scored
a run, proved conclusively they wero
POWELL AND BERGHAMMER
Hooper, rf.. 4 1
Varkaa, lb,. 3 1
Hall, lb.... 0
Breaker, cf.. 2
Oardner, 3b. 4
V'.nile, lb. . . 4
Wafner, aa.. 4
Carrla-an, . 1
Iladlenl, p... 1
Hall p 0
Hanrliaen . 0
0 0 OMMlltr, rf.. & 3 1 0 0
1 0 0 Milan, cf. . 5 3 3 1 0
1 0 OLaporta, 3b.. S 1 1 1 0
i o on. nan. lb .. 5 i u oo
1 0 OMorian, lb.. 5 0 14 0
1 1 OAlnamlth, c. 4 1 4 4 0
I T Oshanka. It. 4 110 0
1 I 1 Mcllrlde, aa. 1 1 3 & 0
0 0 Oroom," p.... 4 1 0 1 0
1 1 0
0 0 0 Total 40 11 IT II 0
0 0 0
Totala SO 14 IT 10 1
'Ran for Yerkes In ninth.
Batted for Bedlent In ninth.
Bonton A 10 0 10
Washington 0 0 0 0 0
(Twa-bMiIiUs: Gardner, Enisle.. .Three-
Athletics Dcrcni nV York.
PHILADELPHIA, April 24.-8uperlor
worlt In the field and on tho bases offset
New York's superiority In pitching and
cave Philadelphia a victory today, 4 to 1.
Schulz held the home team to four hits,
hut these hits were coupled with six
stolon bases by Philadelphia and three
errors by New York. Bender was hit for
eleven safeties, but he fanned eight bats
men und was given splendid support,
especially by Thomas and ColUns. who
turned back all three attempts by New
York to stool bases. Score:
NEW YORK. PIUUADEU'MIA.
AD.H.O. A.E. AD.H.O. A.E.
Wolter. rf... 4 1 1 0 OMurph, rf.. 1 0 0 10
Chaaa, rf....t 0 1 0 OOldrlnr, It.. 4 0 1 0 ft
Hartiell. aa. 4 1 0 1 ICtalllna, lb.. 3 117 1
Cree, If 4 1 1 1 'Ollaker, lb... 4 4 110
Chance, lb. . 4 110 0 OMclnnla, lb. 4 1 4 0
Mldkltf. lb. 3 0 0 i UWalib, cf... 1 4 0 4
McK'h'e, lb 4 1 4 1 1 Btrrr. aa....3.4 1 1 0
Wllllama, r. 1 1 3 0 OThomaa, e... 3 1 1 0
Sterrett, c. 1 0 I 1 1 Dander, p...l 1 ft 1 0
Bchvlt, p.... 114 14
Danleli .... 0 4 4 0 0 Total 21 S IT 15 1
Lclltelt ... 1 1 4 4 0
Totals 84 11 24 11 I
Ran for Williams in seventh.
Butted for Schulz In ninth.
New York 0 O'O 0 1 0 0 0 0-1
Philadelphia 0 0030011 4
Two-base hit; Thomas. Three-base
hits: Wolter. Walsh. Sacrifice hits:
Bender, Scliulz. Stolen bases. Murphy,
Walsh. Bul-ry (2) Collins (2). Double
play: Cree to McKetchnle. Left on bases:
New York. 10; Philadelphia. 6. Bases on
balls; Off Schulz. 6; off Bender, 3. First
baso on errors: Philadelphia. 5. Struck
CHICAGO. April !4.-PJtc.hor William
"Pbwelt and Infielder "MJko" Tr-
hammer were .sold today to the Cincinnati
Nationals by the Chicago Nationals.
It Is understood Cincinnati claimed 'them
at tho waiver price. ,
West qr-ri. League Umpires for Season of 1913
Datea. rf. 5 4 0 4
Tinker, aa . 4 2 3 3
lloblllttl. lb 5 1 11 1
Martini, ct. 4 1 1 4
r.fen. lb.. 4 111
Grant, ib.t.. 4 14 1
arl. e .v.. 4 1 1
Rerol4. t.. 4 4 1 4
sum. p 4 J. l .1
Almeida, lb. 4 4 4 0
Total! ....! ll:t II 3 Willie, p...
Oeierv p. ..
4 0 1
4 0 I
4 4 0
4 4 4
4, ft 4
Totala II 1 H 1
Hugglns out; hit by batted ball.
Batted for fallee In third.
Batted for Redding In seventh.
Batted for Willis In eUhth.
Cincinnati I J 1 1 3 0 1 0 0-10
St Louis 0 00S0001O-J
Two-basc Mts: Clatk (I). Tinker. Hob
Ilttei. Konetchy. Three-bine hits: Tinker.
Marians (2). Koneuliy i. Clark Hits:
Off Bailee. 7 In threa innings; off llur.t.
I In one and one-third Innings; ort Bed
ding, : in two and two-thirds Innings: off
"Willis, none In one inii'ux: Off Gyer.
none In one Inning. Sacrifice hits: Tinker. ,
Kg&n. Sacrifice ri'es: Kvans. Suggs. I
Left on bases: St LouM. 10; Onrlnnat'.
10. Bases on balls': Oft Suggs. 3; off I
Burk. l: oir whhs. 7; oir uuvi. 3. orr
Bedding. 1. Struck out: Bv FiUr t bv
Suggs, 3: bv Redding I; by Burk. 1. by
Geyar, t Time: 2:00, Umpires: Bren
turn and Eason.
Hank" O'Da f Hn Contract.
CHICAGO, April !l.-Hank" ODav
last year's team manager for, the Cin
cinnati Notional '.eatrue base ball club
is atbout to s'.gn a contract to umpire In
the organization In which he hag been
Pitcher, prnvl' and rnaarer. Announce
ment to this effect was made here todav
on good authority It was stated that
O'Day had trie dto obtain ft place on
the American league umpiring staff, but
that the National leaguo refused to
waJrV on hi services.
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At Indianapolis R.U.E.
Minneapolis 2 5 0
Indianapolis 3 7 1
Batteries: Llebhardt and Owens;
Schanlt, Merz and Casey, 'Cotter.
At Louisville- R.ir.E.
Karwas City : 5 11 5
Louisville ,. 6 12 4
Batteries: Moran. Zabel and O'Con
nor; Powell, Northrop and Clemons. (Ten
At Columbus B.H.E.
Milwaukee 4 8 1
Columbus 8 15 3
Batteries: Watson, Noel and Hughes;
Cole and Smith.
At Toledo- R.H.E.
St. Paul 2 5 2
Toledo 3 7 3
Batteries: Laroy and James; Jumes and
The Pittsburgh club announces the fol
lowing releases; Catcher Charles Miller
and outfielder Walter Rehg, St. Paul
American association; Pitcher Al Mam
aux. Fort Wayne, Central league; In
fielder George Eastman, Central or In
terstate league club not yet decided upon;
Pitcher. "Dolly" Gray. Montreal. Interna
tional league! Inflelder Rtvington Bis
land, not yet decided, probably will go to
Terre- Haute, Central league; Fred A.
Schoussler, to his home In Chicago, to be
Big Doings When
DENVER. Colo., April 24.-The Denver
and Topeka Western league clubs will
formally open the season here tomorrow
with the usual ceremonies.
Thero will he a huge assembling of
fans at a base ball luncheon at the Cham
ber of Commerce at 12:15. The players
will be tho guests of honor und In uni
form. Talks will be made by "Pop" An
son and Manager Hendricks.
,n hour later a procession will start
from the Chamber of Commerce building
to tho ball grounds. Arriving nt 2:30,
Governor Ammons will hurl tho first bull
of the season here and Mayor Arnold will
catch It If he can.
Half on hour later, at 3 p. m., the game
will begin. This is half an hour earlier
than has been the custom and the early
start will be adhered to for the rest of
Tho lineup of the teams will be prac
tically that used at Topeka. Barney
Schrclber is almost certain to open the
game In the box for the locals and
Cochreham for Topeka.
MINK LEAGUE TEAM FOR
BEATRICE UP IN THE AIR
BEATRICE. April 24.-(Speclal.)-The
Mink league proposition at this place Is
still up In the air, and, although a meet
ing was held yesterday by a number of
fans and Ira Bldwell, the promoter of
the four-club project, no action was
He plans to give Beatrice and Wymoro
a team for the season, all the Sunday
games to bo played at the latter place.
The men who gave tho team financial
backing last season want Beatrice to
have a team of Its own, and aro not will
ing to give- the two-club movement any
Olrnwood De fonts Malvern.
GLENWOOD, la., April 24.-(Speclal.)
In an unusually lopsided ball game
played hero Tuesday, Glenwood High
school defeated Malvern High, 10 to 1.
Glenwood ..2 3020102 10 10 3
Malvern 0 000001 001 25
Batteries; Malvern. Fletcher, Bell
wood, Thomas and Parker; Glenwood,
McManus and Reeves. Umpire: fitlmp-son.
tirent Clean-Up Hitter.
New York experts say that McGraw has
Increased his offensive strength 15 per
cent by moving Larry Doyle down to
fourth place In the batting order. Even
when batting second Larry had a great
record for driving In runs; In tho clean
up position he should pretty near lead
his league, with good men to get on
ahead of him.
Understudy t-, Hashes.
Inflelder Nagle. tho youngster who goes
from the Cincinnati Reds to WUusau,
Oshkosh or some other point In Wiscon
sin, was Manager Joe Tinker's own per.
sonal selection as his understudy and
ultimate successor nt short. He was,
spotted by J. Favcrsham on the Chicago
Mar Stick rrlth Giants.
Ted Goulalt. ths boy who was taken
on by the Giants from the Indianapolis
club last summer, has a good chance
to stick with the Champs. He has ter
rific speed and a pretty fair curve bull.
ZBYSZKO THROWS LE MARIN
Pole Wins Wrestling Match in Two
USES TOE HOLD BOTH TIMES
Frank Cotcli Will Meet Winner
Jul)' Fonrth Is Understanding;
Hour is Fiercely
Fn it Klit.
CHICAGO. 111.. April 21.-Stanllaui
Zbyszko defeated Constant Le Matin at
the Coliseum tonight In fo straight
falls.. The Pole secured the fitst fall In
fifty-three minutes and put !ils man down
a second time In forty-tnree minutes
using- a too hold both times.
Notwithstanding reports to the con
trary. It Is understood that Frank Gotcl
will meet the winner, probably on July I.
After he had Introduced the wrestlers
Referee Ed Smith announced all bets ott.
Lo Marin assumed the aggressive at
the start and for thirty mlnucs workc.1
diligently to secure a successful hold
Zybszko by sheer strength broke scvera.
dangerous looking arm and neck holds.
After a halt hour the Pole got behind
his opponent and after several unsuccess
ful attempts secured a toe hold. Lr
Marin held out as long as ho could, bu
finally both shoulders were forced on tht
Minor Heir and
George Gano Matched
SYRACUSE, N. Y., April 24.-H. W.
Savago's champion pacing team. Minor
Heir, 1:58, and George Gano, 2:02, will
attempt to lower their world's record of
2:02 during tho grand circuit meetlnt
here in September. Dazzle Patch, also
owned by Mr, Savago qf Minneapolis
arid holder of tho, world's halt mile record
of 5SH seconds, will be sent out to lower
this mark during the meet.
Asks for n Trial.
"Bob" White, tho well-known athlcti
of Georgetown university, has applied fot
a trial with the Giants. White Is a
splendidly built young man, who some
what resembles Orval Overall In basu
ball uniform. He plnyed foot ball on the
Georgetown eleven and pitched for the
base ball team, but has been declared a
"pro" and wishes to take up base ball.
He Is a brother of Steve White, the
former Princeton pitcher.
Ilnnser Injures Knee.
Arnold Hauser, the clover shortstop ol
the St. Louis Cardinals, who injhred Ills
knee a few weeks ago, will oe unable to
play for another four weeks. In tho
meanwhile Charles O'Leary. the former
captain of tho Detroit Tigers, secured
from Indianapolis, la holding down short
field In clever fashion.
What Is Money f
Baltimore report has It that Preslden
Murphy of the Chicago Cubs has offered
J15.0C0 for Pitcher Bob Shawkey. That'n
nothing. Mr. Murphy refused $35,009 for
Murphy Wants Money.
President Murphy has offered Pitcher
Rufus Gilbert to Denver for 11.500, which
Is a pretty fair price for a player who
has been In Class B company for ten
years or more.
Becker Secures Berth.
Beals Becker may not have been speedy
enough for the Giants, but he has earned
a tegular berth In tho Reds' outfield.
From Left tu Rlght-Oorge tjlgrest, Ollie Anderson, Danny Fltztduimona and W, K, Blgler.
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