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SPORTING AND MARKET
PORTLAND, OREGON, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 18, 1915.
When Yon Buy Furniture
LEONARD LOSES If!
II SNAPPY INNINGS
You Are Helping to Build Up
It is absolutely necessary that you should grasp and hold on to this idea : It matters not how small your
purchase may be with us or with your grocer, get Oregon-made goods if you can. It seems that one should
not have to keep telling you this, but it is our hobby and it's beginning to tell. Get away from premium
games and mail-order houses; buy from your own home people. We can furnish better goods for the same
money and keep the money at home. All our furniture factories are putting more men to work. PROS
PERITY IS HERE NOW. Don't that sound good to you? Just buy a dinky cake of soap, Oregon-made,
and you have helped the community that much. What will it mean if our 200,000 people will all do this?
Say, do it from now on and see what will happen.
At thi3 low price every one ought to
have one of our Large. Comfortable
Rockers. They are made of the best
leatherette, beautifully upholstered.
now is your chance to
get one for.
$48.00 Bagdad Wiltons, 9x12 S3G.00
$42.00 Imperial Wiltons, 9x12 S33.00
$36.00 Ex. Wilton Velvets, 9x12, $29.50
$33.00 Sultana Axmins'rs, 9x12, S22.50
$25.00 Axminsters, 9x12 S18.75
$30.00 Body Brussels, 9x12
$15.00 Irish Tapestry, 9x12 S11.50
$12.00 Jersey Wool Ing'n, 9x12 $ 9.00
$10.00 Union Ingrains, 9x12 $ 6.85
$25.00 Royal Brussels, 9x12, S18.00
Larger and smaller sizes- in proportion.
; i ii Aiiiii inn niiiiji w r, 1
Large Broad-Arm Rocker, mission
design, solid oak. wax finish, with
comfortable saddle seat. Sold by
others for 6. Gadsbys" CO CC
price only PJsUJ
Room Suite for
This dining-room suite, con
sisting of buffet, china closet,
6 chairs and 6-foot extension
table, all oak, wax finish,
worth $55. Special this week
Sideboards Like This at
If you want an ex
tra heavy, massive
sideboard at an ex
tremely low price,
we advise you to buy
one of t h e s e. We
have several patterns
to select from. The
base is 48 Inches
wide and 24 Inches
deep. The French
bevel mirror is 16x
28. This sideboard is
solid . quartered oak.
finished golden. The
best and biggest
side board value in
Oregon. Other stores
ask 126.00 or $30.00.
Gadsbys' price only
Gadsbys' Gas Ranges
This Style 915.
This, Style 25.
GADSBYS GAS RANGES AL
WAYS SATISFY Buy your gas
range while the price is (jl r
J20 eras ranees. sdIWJLm
Gas Plates as low as 50?
Old Stoves Tikn In Exchange
for Kew Oiri.
Our Club Plan of Easy Installments
A f fords You the Most Liberal Credit
This Davenport for $25.00
Action. Has a
b e d d i ng and
makes a com
fort able bed.
Frame is of
oak, seat and
back are up
oil - tempered
steel spri n g s,
Retails at $30.
week at the
small nriee of
SPECIAL VALUES THIS WEEK IN COMPLETE HOME AND SINGLE - ROOM . OUTFITS.
Two-Room Home Outfits. $40 to $ 75 Four-Room Home Outfits $125 to $400
Three-Room Home Outfits ... .'.$60 to $250 Single-Room Home Outfits $ 25 to $150
FREE CREDIT TO ALL.
Corner Washington and First Streets
Piercey Defeats Tiny in Duel
of Pitchers, Tigers Tak
ing Game, 2 to 1.
NO WALKS . IN CONTEST
Beavers Score Lone Tally on Error.
Carlisle Makes Spectacular One
Handed Catcli and Saves Ven
ice From Defeat in Tenth.
Pacific Coast League Standings.
W. L. Pct. W. L. Pet.
Loa Angeles. 13 6 .6S4Qakland 8 10.444
San Fran... 10 8 .55o5alt Lake.... 8 " 8 .42
Portland.... 8 8 .471Venlee 6 10 .373
At Portland Venice 2. Portland 1 till ln
nlnjrs). At Los Angeles San Francisco 10. Los
At ban Francisco Salt Lake 1. Oakland 0.
BY ROSCOE FAWCETT,
Close to 3500 fans basked in the
sunshine yesterday and saw Venice de
feat Portland in a thrilling 11-lnning
pitching duel 2 to I.
Some of them saw more than a
mere extra-inning defeat.
We refer to those few buss under
well meerschaumed straw hats, who
realized, as the game drew near to a
close, that they were being treated to
a marvelous exhibition of control on
the part of two big hurlsmlths, William
Piercy and Tiny Leonard.
There wasn't a man walked In the
entire 11 frames on either side.
The closest kin to a wild heave that
was unraveled for the populace was a
wobbly throw over second by Piercy
to catch Stumpf in the seventh inning:.
The Dull Bailed out to centerlield and
Captain Bayless obliged by letting it
get by him and Stumpf scored.
Piercy's Support Sensational.
That was Portland's sole registration
although it required a couple of sensa
tional plays by the Tigers to keep
Piercy's earned run record down to nil.
Piercy and Leonard really twirled
wonderful ball. Piercy allowed five
hits as against seven off 225-pound
Tiny. And if it hadn't been for Tub
Spencer and Joe Wilhoit the count
would have been equal.
Spencer opened the fateful 11th with
a single to center, was sacrificed down
by Piercy, and then, with two out,
Wilhoit pelted a line drive over short
stop and broke up the fun.
Too much Stockton. That's alL
Piercy and Wilhoit both had their edges
filed oft in the California nuttery town.
How Carlisle escaped, this burg Is
beyond us, for Carlisle also bad a finger
in the pie yesterday.
If Carlisle had been 111 Instead of
Gleichmann and Kane, Portland would
have celebrated a victory and there
would have been 10,000 fans out this
afternoon rubbing it into Happy Hogan.
Carlisle Save Game.
Carlisle scampered back almost out
of sight in the last half of the 10th,
when things were beginning to reach
the nervous stage, and plucked a sure
triple off Lober's bat out of the ozone,
using only one hand in his legerdemain.
This bit of wizardry saved the game
for the Tigers because Davis singled to
center as next man up. His blow would
have ended the battle.
The first Venice tally crossed almost
before the crowd had relaxed on the
old pine boards. With two out in the
initial inning Berger double to center.
Bayless then plunked a single to short
right field and Berger scored. The ball
took a bad hop past Doane, but Bayless
went to seed on third base.
Portland had an opportunity to tally
In the seventh, but failed to take ad
vantage of a crack in the Venitian de
fense. Stumpf started the embryonic
rally by singling cleanly to center.
Lober donated a slow shot to Purtell,
who threw wild to first. It is a ques
tion whether Stumpf could have scored
or not. At any rate he stopped mid
way between bags to ponder and was
an easy out.
Doane, Davis, Stumpf and Carlisle
all inserted startling fielding stunts
into the programme. Today's game will
start at 2:30 o'clock. Score:
Venice I Portland
BHOE B H O A K
5 1 3 0 0 Doane.r. .. .".1401
0 O'Speas.m . .
5 IDerrlck.l .
0 1 lStumpf.2.
1 hi "'arlsch.c.
2 OILober.l . . .
6 llDavis.3. . .
1 OlCoItrin.s. .
Piercy, p. .
Totals.. 3T 7 33 18 4( Totals. ..38 5 33 18 1
Batted for Leonard in eleventh.
Venice 1O0OOOOOO0 1 2
Hits 2110010000 2 7
Portland 0000001000 0 1
Hits 1002001001 0 5
Runs, Berger, Spencer, Stumpf. Struck
out. by Piercy 3, Leonard 3. Two-base hits,
Berger. Wilhoit. Sacrifice hits. Wilhoit,
Piercv. Stolen base, Doane. Runs respons
ible tor. piercy O, Leonard 2. Time of game,
1:48. Umpires, Finney and Williams.
Xotes of the Game.
Rieebera; held down first base in Glelsch
mann's place. Gleischmann was nursing a
game prop. see
Doane -was caught off first base by Piercy
In the first inning and beat the ball to sec
ond base. Nick Williams had a close de
cision and apparently got away with it.
Mac sent Fisher out to hat for Leonard
in the eleventh and it took a one-hand stab
by Hetllng to keep Ous from b.-oalcing into
the hit column.
Happy Hogan Intends to use Mitchell In
the opening gamat Jiome Tuesday.
"Doc" White, the peerless Chlcaro snath
paw, and either Kieger or Martinoni will be
the pitching choices today.
Happy Hogan denied yesterday that he
Intended to eixn Arellanos, the ex-Salt Lake
twirler. Arellanes telegraphed Hogan but
Happy doesn t want niin.
Wilhoit is a Kansas boy and played base,
ball at 8t. Vincent's College. Lou Anseles.
in lU7-Oe and at Ue Pauw University. 1IK
and 1I10. He commenced playing profes
sional ball at Stockton and was also farmed
out to the Northwest League last season.
Carlisle's hit In the sixth was scratchv.
Ionard failed to touch the bag on a toss
BOD IE DRIVES IX SIX RUNS
Seal Fencebuster Makes Four Hits
and Angela Are Beaten, 1 0 to 2.
LOS ANGELES, April 17. "Ping'
Bodie..the fence-buster, put San Fran
Cisco back on the baseball map today.
getting four hits out of five times
at bat and driving in six runs, the
Seals winning their first game of the
week from Lo Angeles. 10 to 2.
series now stands San Francisco 1
Angeles 4. Score:
San Francisco I Los Angeles
Bll OA Kj H 11
Downs. 1. .
Jones, 3 . . .
0 0 okVolter.r.
1 3 0,Boles.c. ... 4 2
o limits. i 4 o
3 O OAbatein.l . . 4 X
8 0 U MaKgert.m. 3 1
3 3 2.l'Mullen,U 4 2
2 1 O.l'errj.i . 4 o
3 1 o H'nilller,3.. 4 1
0 1 OjLove.p 1
X UUil'errlit.p.. 1 o
l.iorstmall.p 1 o
liiarper... 1 1
3 1 U
2 u 1
3 3 O
0 0 0
Totals ..3S 14 27 V 3) Totals. ..30 i) 27 13 4
Batted for Horstman in ninth.
San Francisco 2 2 020301 0 lo
Hits 2 103O3O4 1 14
Los Angeles ..OlOOOtfOU 1 2
'ts 11111201 1
Runs. Fitzgerald, Leard 3. Schaller 2,
Jones. Killilay, Maggert. Terry. Three-base
hit. Maggert. Two-liisa hits. Fitzgerald,
Jones, Harper. Sacrilice hits. Leard, Boles,
Charles. Struck out, by Love 1. Killilay 4.
ferrllt 1, Horstman 2. Bases on balls, olt
Love 3, oft l'erritt 1. oft Horstman 1. oU
Killilay 1. Runs responsible tor. Love :t.
ferritt 3. Horstman 1. Kr.nr hitb .1 -,., i-
at bat off Love in 3 innings, taken out in
fourth, 1 on. none out; 5 hits, 4 runs. 14 at
bat off Perritt in 3 innings. Charge defeat
to Love. Double plays. Jones to Iowus:
Schmidt to Junes, Wolter to Absteln. stolen
bases. Leard, Bodle. l'.ised ball, SehmidL.
Time, 2:17. Umpires. Held and LlutliriM.
BEE PITCHER MAKES HOME KIX
Salt Lake Defeats Oakland, I to 0,
by Virtue or Hall's Drive.
SAN FRANCISCO. April 17. Hall.
pitcher for Salt Lake, knocked a home
run in the fifth inning in the game
with Oakland today and won the game
by a bcore of 1 to 0 for his team. Salt
Lake secured, six hits and Oakland
four. Three errors were charged up
against Oakland. Score:
Salt Lake i Oakland
an ci A
4 u 2 v OiM'ndorff.r
4 0 2 1 Manila.-. .
1 2 O 0 J'hnafn.m
2 1 0 O Ness.l. . . .
0 13 1 OiLinunay.3.
0 3 4 OlMld'toli.iu
10 2 O.l.Jtichl.a..
BOSTON WINS BUT
EVERS IS INJURED
Braves' Captain Will Be Out
of Game for Two Weeks.
Team Bunches Hits.
MATHEWSOM BATTED OUT
Hall, p. ...
a H OAK
4 0 10 1
2 1 3 .1 0
3 0 1 0 0
4 0 lo 0 0
Abies, p .. ..
0 0 1
o o ;
Phillies Xow Only I'nbcateii Team
in National League Pirates
and Cards Win (iamcs With
BOSTON. Aoril 17. Captain Jolinny
Evers, of the Boston Nationals, strained
a tendon in his left log and was car
ried off the field during the game in
which Lioston defeated Brooklyn. 5 to 1.
today. The accident occurred when
livers slid into second lute in tie
eighth inning. It probably will keep
him out of the game for two weeks.
The Braves showed a return to hat
ting form, their runs being scored hv
bunched lilts. Three Brooklyn runners
were caught off the bases, two of them
in one inning. Score:
Totals. 23 4 27 17 1 Totals. 28 4 27 14 3
Gardner batted for Abies In Stli In
ning; Alcock ran for Manila 1n th Inning.
Salt Lake o u o 0 1 0 0 0 0 1
Hits 1 o 0 V 1 1 1 O I
Oakland o 0 O 0 o 0 0 0 0 U
Hits 0 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 U 4
Run, Hall. One run. 4 hits off Abies. 27
at bat, in 8 innings. Home run. Hall, 'i nree
base hit, Hohrer. Two-bate lilt, Manua.
Sacrifice hit, Johnston. First base on tailed
balls, off Hail 2, Abies 2. struck out, by
Hall 3, Abies 2, Malarkey 2. Double plays,
Manua to Litschl to .Ness; Utdeun to Orr
to Tennant; Kuhn to Manda. Kun respon
sible for. Abies 1. Left on bases. Salt Lake
7, Oakland 5. Time, 1:2s. Umpires. Phjia
ItCTCLBACII BliATS K1G CIIUCF
Newark Keds Win. I'roni Baltimore,
While Bender Is Hit Hard.
NEWARK, N. J., April 17. Ed Reul
bach, formerly of the Brooklyn Na
tionals, met Chler Bender, late of the
Philadelphia Athletics, here today in
a Federal league eame between
Newark and Baltimore and Reulbach,
though wild at times, was Invincible In
the pinches and was well supported by
the champioits. The score:
R. H. E. R. If. E.
Baltimore .1 6 lNewark. ...5 11 1
Batteries Bender and Owens; Reul
bach and Rarideu.
Brooklyn 8, Buffalo 4.
BUFFALO, N. Y., April 17. Brooklyn
overcame a three-run lead and carried
ofT the opening game from Buffalo here
today, 8 to 4. Hal Chase lined out
his first home run of the season. The
R. H. E. R. H. E.
Brooklyn. .8 8 ZiBuffalo.' ,...4 9 1
Batteries Lafitte, JSeaton and Land;
Schulz, ICrapp, Ford and Blair.
Pittsburg 1, Kansas City 1.
PITTSBURG, April 17. Pittsburg
opened its season at home today with
a 4-to-l victory over Kansas City, siul
lop was knocked out of the box in the
fourth inning. Allen, who had held the
visitors to four hits, wavered in the
seventh and was replaced by Knetzer.
R. H. E. It. H. K.
Pittsburg. .4 9 0K. C 1 8 I
Batteries Allen, Knetzer and Berry;
Cullop, Henning, Blackburn and
Chicago 4, St. Louis 1.
ST. LOUIS, April 17. Three runs in
the eighth inning broke the tie in the
opening Federal game here today and
gave Chicago the victory over St. Louis
4 to 1. Oovernor Major, of Missouri,
pitched the first ball. The score:
R. H. E. R. H. E.
Chicago. . .4 7 0St. Louis.... 1 5 3
Batteries Hendrix and Wilson;
Groom, Watson and Hartley.
Buckles Wins Pool Tourney.
The final match of the Buckles
Weber pool, tournament In the Idle
Hour Billiard Parlors was played last
night and resulted in Weber being de
feated, 230 to 176. The result of the
tourney stands: Buckles 750. Weber 6-S.
XaTy Tennis Men Win.
ANNAPOLIS, Md., April 17. The
Naval Academy defeated Dickinson
College at tennis today, winning four
singles and two double sets.
STANDINGS OF THK TEAMS.
W L Pet.
3 0 l.OOo Plttiburi...
2 11 .600, St. Ixuis...
2 ..00 Huston . . . .
J 2 .OooilJrooklyn . .
2 1 .B7,Washlni!ton
Z 1 .17 Chlcaso. . .
. 2 2 .'") Philadel'la..
2 .000 Cleveland..
Brooklyn.. 3 1 33 Pittuburg. .
Chicago... 4 1 .oot'.Huffalo. . ..
Kan. t.ity.. 4 3 .571, Baltimore..
Newark... 4 8 .07181. Louis...
ChU ago. . .
Louisville. 3 0 l.hoo st. Paul... 1 2
Indlanap'is 'J 1 .M7 Milwaukee.. 1 2
Kan. Cltv.. 2 1 . 17 .Cleveland .. I
Mlnneap lis 2 1 .6o7Coluinbus.. 0 3
Braver Batting Average.
AB. H. AV. Aft. H.
Stumpf... 6S 2
CariPCh . .
Speas. . ..
Derrick . .
Poane . . -
.tti4 Krauss. . .
3t 11 .324 I.ush
S '' .-H4.KvH.ns....
2V Murphy. .
j:.n Mnrlinnnl. 1 0
2.wiCovelesk!e 8 O
. 1 5l
American Association Louisville 1, Co
lumbus 0; Indianapolis 8, Cleveland 8: Kan
sas City 18, tit. l'aul 1: Minneapolis 0. Mil
Where the TeMtns Play Today.
Pacific Coast Leaitue Venice at Portland,
Pan Francis'-o at Los Anpels. Oakland ver
sus Salt Lake, at ban Krancisco.
How the Series Mand.
Pacific Coast League Venice 8 games.
Portland 2 games: Oakland 8 games. Salt
Uh City 2 games; Los Angeles 4 games.
ban Francisco 1 earn.
11 If )
1 I 1
M vera. in .
i 'iithli' w , J
Llsau . .
Totals Z! 9 14 of Ttnl
Untied for Aiu-mnon In eighth.
i-r ijuuoit in eiKnili.
Hrooklyn i o 0 n 0 o 1 0 1
Domoii u o 0 o 1 1 u a 4
Kun O Mars, Miii-iii, Klt.njii i t- k. Cn-
MilHi'i', lllitli. 'l'ttu-basu hut. u'Mrfiu,
lT, Stlntli 2, Mu;'" .-.i!-n
dnubl i!a, MHi.imilie anil
0 V Moran.r. .
1 It l.velK,.'. . .
0 0 l at !i.t, 1 . .
0 0,i 'iiniiii. .1
a 0 M an--, in . .
t o s.-ii.ti i. ii. t
- sitii t ti. . .
3 0 M'r'ui .
1 o i ly . . .
tl 0 i.'ruleln-r.n
0 u Si i ami, p .
I J 7 4 S II
e I Uf
K tf a ii 1 .
i n ii . ti i; ,
llri artv, (
Kv,-r; Iium.jh on ba,ls.
lilts, off Allctuiit.ri
3 In one lunula: Crulriur. 8 in 7-1
o?f Strand, ulic In I '--J. r-tiui'
AlfhljMtn Siian.I, I; CViltcher. 1. Lnipii's
- llyron and uiili.
JMiiliiilclplila 7, .Vciv Vtii L 1.
NEW YORK. April 17. The l'hil.idcl
phia Nationals remained tlie only unoe
feated team In the major I.'ngiii-K to
day, when they won an eui-.y victory
over New York, 7 lo 1. Alexander hud
the locals at hi.s tin ley ji.ti v.as l' t l is
best In the pinches. Si-ni'i-'
i'hllailelptila I N. Y'jil. -
n u o A K ii II u .v I;
Bvrne.3... 4 I 1 I o .-n i.dii -. Tl 4 1 2 on
ISai.ci df l.s 4 1 - 3 I t . 2 . . . 4 - - .,
II.. kr.l. .. :; ii oUl.iiUfn,:i... -I 1 1 It It
: i a vat h.r . 41 u e I 1. i : -li, i . . 4141
Wliltt'd.ni 4 1 a o o Hio ns.l . . .. I .' o i
Mehotf.l". 4 ll - - f Mf l I. le. I . .. o 1 I
Luderns.l. il 'I !l 1 II Murrnj.r.. 4 1 1 0 (I
Kiillfer.c.. i 1 li It 0 M. j . . . 4 o .". it
AJttxan'r.p. o 1 4 11 a lie ''u. i o o o on
lUiil-ei-tunn- 1 ooo o
1.-1 i-.nni. . ... 1 O o J I
;i-.ra inci tl- 1 o o o u
(KitLer.p. ... o o n 0 o
HJI JUL" -. . 1 o o 0 o
Totals. 3J 27 111, Total.. :;4 K 1'7 1 ' ..
Halted for Mathewbon in thlf'l. Hatted
for Stroud In eevenlh. Hutted for Hitter
Philadelphia - " '- -' 11 1 n "7
New York o o o 1 0 o n o o t
HunK, Hvine, iianirori. H.-rkiT, I'ruvalh.
Niehoff. l.udcnu. KilllfT. Lobelt. liases ell
errors, Nw York 1, 1'liil.iWcIphla -. Two-hRs
ilits, Doyle, Lul'iun. l''le teller. Craaih.
Home run, Craath. sroh-n Iihsph. lluneiort,
SnnuKrufH. DoutilM ii'a. Meyeis lo r' ie I eli r .
Nanus on tall, otf MatheWMMl off Sirouil
1. on Alex.'lii'ler 1. Struck out. by Alex
ander ., l,v Slroud by Hitter 1. Wild pucH.
Stroud. Hits, otf Malhenfon, 4 in :; iuriipi;i;
off Stroud, 'J In 4 inninKn: otf Hitter, 2 In
2 inning. I'nipirfii, Hiplcr and Hart.
Pill-tiurs :t, CiiK'iiinali S.
CINCINNATI. April 17. A nllith
InniiiK finish in which Piltsbuig forced
Pitcher Brown from the box, scoring
two runs before the tide was stemmed,
enabled the visitors to win today, u to
2, and break even on the scries.
Killifer was credited with a home
run in the first inning when LeJetine
misjudged a liiuli fly. Score:
Pittsburg I Clnclnnall-
H O A E 11
ii .", o o-l?ncii,ni ... 4
O o HcrzoK.s. .. I
2 liiKHlltVr.l . . . .1
II II A llIKO,.. . . 1
il ii ii ittitli.r. . 4
4 o ;ioii,:i :t
J II ll:ton.'J .... '2
II o Tr'nibley.zz
0 0 ilollwiti.l .
1 li'lnrhe.c. . .
:: 0 Brown. p . . .
O OAmcs.p. . . .
3nrey.l . . .
Hand... . . II
-tehang.c . . 3
4dainp.p. . -Mam'nux.p
V agner, . 1
II CI A B
1 4 II It
Totals .:14 7 27 12 01 Totals ..:il H:
Halted lor Adams in eighth.
Hatted for McCarthy In ninth.
zHHtted for Kiliifcr in ninth.
szllattud for Olson in nuilli.
Pittst.uig ii I ii o ii ii ii
Cincinnati ....I 1 o n l " o it o J
Runs. Hine.hman, ljc.luue 2, Kiliifcr. dull.
Two-base hltH. Illicit. Hlnchnisli. Home run,
Kiliifcr. Stolen bases. Johnston. Klllifer.
Earned run, off Admits 1. off Urown 1, off
Ames 1. Double ilnyti. Adams to I ierber to
Johnston: Olson, llerzoir to Mnllwltz. Hases
n balls, off Adams 1. o'f Matiintiiux 1. orr
Hrown 1, on Ames 1. Hits, on" AdMins 5 In
7 Innings, off Munimau I in J innings, off
Brown li in h 1 -3 tlinluss. on Adams I In 2-3
inning. Struck out, by Adams 2, by Mum
niaus 2. by Hrown 4. by Ames 1. Lmplien,
Klein, and Einslle
tit. Louis 7, Clilcaso i.
CHICAGO. April 17. A ninth-inning
rally gave St. Louis the final game of
the series with Chicatro today. 7 to 4.
After Cheney was forced to retire,
Vaughn's first ball was a wild pilch,
which allowed Hugging to S'-ore the
tying run. Zimmerman had his first
run-In of the season with the utnplrej
today and was sent to tho clubhouse.
bl. Louis 1 Chicago
K K O AE H 11 O AJ-:
Hucglns.2 2 ii I :io loorl.r.... 4 o 2- oo
Heschcr.l. 1 1 0 0 O Klsner s. . . 4 1 (I II
ling.in... 4 1 4 "' h nl t i 1. . 4 0 n 1 "I
Mlller.l.. 3 1 11 1 0 .inrer n.3 I 1 t Z '
Wilson. r.. :! 1 4 ml .irrldcn.:; 0 o 1 In
Dolan.r... 1 1 li il ii -sler.l . . . . 4 2 11 I
Keck. J... . o OO'WIU'ms.m 2 o 1 oo
Dsrlimcr.s 4 1 2 1 0 n her.c . . 2 n .'I 1 n
Hutler.s.. 1 1 0 OOPhelsu.2.. 4 2 2 4 o
Tlenn.c.. . 4 2 o 11 whcl.t 1 o 1 .". o
NlfhauH.p 4 1 II 3 o I 'heney.p. . 1 II O till
bailee. p.. O (I 0 0 VauKhn.p. O II to
(- K niseis . . 1 1 I) O ll
liHrcana'n 1 0 0 o
Totals. .32 10 27 9 1 Totals. ..20 7 27 2 J 0
Hatted for Archer In ninth.
tH.-itted for Vauahn In ninth.
SI. inils 1 o 2 n k o 47
i.'hlrano li 2 2 ll o ii ll a 4
i'.nns, tlURfllil :. Herher, Iiqk. IWiIsii,
Nlehsu". liood, Pisher, Zlmmertnan, Ssler.
Two-bise li'ts, Zimmerman, Saier, v'l'ioii.
Three-base hli. Long. Stolen liases. Nlehstis.
Fteneher. Earned runs, off .al-el :. tiff
l 'honey 2. off Vsuehn 2, off S'lehans '2.
liiilitilo play. X,.ibei to Zimmerman fo Sair.
Miller to Darlnrer. Miller ( unnfmlMiii I.
llHe on balla. off z.-ihel 7. off Niehaun h.
off Ciicp.y 3. Hits, off .ahl 3 In 4 1-3 In.
nln-rs, off Cheney 4 in :t 2-3 innlnK4 and
none rut In ninth, off Vauchn 3 in 1 Inninu.
off Nlehaus 7 in 8 Inninxs and none out In
ninth, off Sallee none In 1 Innlnir. struck
out. by Zabel 1, by Nlehaus 4, by Cheney 2.
Wild pitch, Vaughn. Umpires, tjuigle.y and