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WiHE OREGON! IJAtLY
. " ' '-' L; 'A
Shn Street Ball Yard Is
looded So That It Looks
ike a Veritable Quagmire.
LS LOITER IN HOTELS
BeftTsrs Spent Yesterday Aft.
ioo Flaying Catch and Batting
! rjlM In the Outfield.
1 JUPITER PLUV1US RING1NG UP FATHER ' ' By George McManus
nDS another GA.ME 1 I dssJ I 'ssgil
urn tn Minpiiimrn LL,0ENT", -J.-jM Vep ' I'mJfglrt lu TT- J for de-i I where .oor lL , g.-
jYER TO MIDSUMMER . jlSj;' (JU Jtl $Hr
T l ( J.l.
- i i
iothjr Kama wan nl.oved over to
late . summer schedule yetiterday
us of the uncontrollable antics of
tr Pl'uvlus, who uiileashed hi
h over this rain Hoaked town, ami
4 the Vaughn atreet ball yard so
It looked like h quagmire.
tf"fcun came out In fitful sgella and
ould have been possible to play a
had there been any footing. The
""r played catch and batted flies
jh outfield, during the afternoon,
the Ban Francisco athletes loit-
around the lobby of their hotel,
sudden transition from Kuuny Cal
nlt to blustery Oregon keeping
a ff the thoroughfares. Kven
ber Hen Berry, who Is here for the
I time In seven seasons, stayed ln-
anager Wolverton stated last
it', that his club wan traveling
( In great shape, but he wan not
k What condition the change of cll-
e would do for the well-oiled arms
hlfc pitchers. Needless to way, the
gray wolf, la figuring on cleaning
this week on the luckless Heavers.
oCredle, on the other hand, figures
his pitchers are In pretty good
hey in spite of the absence of the
Lush will be able te take his
fi from now on, and the southpaw
Mid' put the club In the winning
anager Mae figures on using win
ea against the Seals in the open
game, while Wolverton is not abso
jtljf Certain whom he will start.
arrjr , Pesold, former New Orleans
fielder, has signed with Jakey At.'j
t Worth team.
eorge Zabel, one of the I.os An-
pitchers, may coach tii ; I,os An
ba Athletic club basketball team
ho Terre Haute club of tbe rentral
relation has tied the can to Paul
0, a brother of the famous Detroit
V vjfred Evers, a brother of Johnny
rs, the Boston star, and Sctmltc,
cousin of tlie Chicago outfielder.
members of the Terre Haute team
aclc .Graney, former Beaver, wis
er a fence buster, but ever since
s , Speaker has been with Clevi-
IV Graney has been killing the ball.
a well known fact that one player
1 start an entire ball club to slug
?. He begins to blngle the oval an,i
n another starts to pelt the ihii
In no time the entire nine is nau
t everything thrown plateward.s
aker began to hit tiu first game ns
yed for the Naps and then (Jmriey
FOR NEXT YEAR
First Basernan Only Junior on
"Team and Is Logical
University of Oregon, Eugene. Or..
May 1 0. Still smarting from the double
defeat received from O. A. C. Monday,
the Orrgon baseball team ended Its sea
son by electing "Dick" Nelson of La
fayette captain for next year while en
route to Eugene on the Oregon Electric.
Nelson was the only junior on the
team and, since he had held down first
base for three years, was the logical
Nelson wa,s tried out for pitcher this
year, showing promise, and probably
will be seen at that position next year.
He Ik one of Bczdek's heaviest hit
ters. Oregon loses her two best stars
this year hv graduation. Bill Tuercl:,
pitcher, and Captain Anson Cornell,
stellar infielder for four years
Stiirifo-d University. Cal.. May 10.
il'. Pi -Stanford's varsity crew has
starleil training for the PonRhkeepsif
race ':cxt month, after a two weeks
livofl". Fmami:i1 difficulties have
ciiu'Ml rav p tuuMs as to the crew
making tlie trip nast. l.nt t tifse seem
to have been swept away. Nearlv
:!nin rif the reouirod J3000 has been
fty Hussell, the Baltimore pitcher raised.
0 was sold to the Philadelphia
erlcaus four years ago for tho re
ad sum of 11:2.000, returns to t!i
oles aa first baseman. Manager Jack
an said he had purchased Russell
m the Syracuse New York State
vt Seattle: r. h. e.
wma 0 7 o
'ttU i e o
batteries Tacoma, Telford and Kon
sj, Seattle, Eastly and c'adman.
Vt Spokane: U jr j-
tt 2 6 '.
okana 3 9 "
iattrlea--Butte, Melkle and Hoff
n; Spokane, Shader and Murray.
VX?,C0Uver n H- E.
Flla 10 5 i
ncouver ! 4 4
Hatterles Great Falls. k-.in .
Vancouver, Salveson and
NATIONAL LEAGUE GAMES
Reds Defeated by Cubs.
Chicago. May 10. (I. N. 8.) The
Reds were defeated by the Cubs, 8
to 5, yesterday. The visitors were lead
ing. 6 to 3, until the eighth inning,
when Prendergast. Schulte and Flack
singled with two out and Willrams'
three bagger scored three runs. Am
merman pulled another triple, scoring
two more. Three Cincinati pitchers
were touched for hits and nine
were gathered off Seaton, Pierce and
Pendergast. The. score:
CINCINNATI. ! (HlCUiO.
A B. HO. A. AB. n.O. A.
Clarke.r . . .
Wlngn. . . .
Srtiulz.p . . .
t Mann If . .
0 S-huhe.if . .
I la. k.rf
I Saier. lli . . .
1'iDoolaii.Ha. . .
1 i n n Seaton.p. . . .
1 0 O l Plerrir.p. . . .
O 0 1 0 willing. .
10 0 2
i o t
IPrenrter st.p 2
38 16 27 11
Total.. .12 m 24 m; Total
Batted f.ir Mitchell In seeond.
Butted for Pierce in fourth.
Cincinnati 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 n -r.
Chicago 2UO lOUDi O 8
Knim Nenle. ( liase. ;rob Louden 2. hnn.
ieliulie. Klaik. William. Zlmmerinau 2. Al
len. I'remlergast. Krrorr ale 2. Clarke,
Allen. "Tun l.ase lilt Doslun. Three ''ase
hits Zlmiuerman. William. Stolen l8ea
Snier :i. N:ile. (iriffith. Zimmerman. Donhle
.lur Louden to Hersog tn Chae. Groh to
Louden to Chase. Biien on balls Off Sea ton
2. off Pierce 1. off Schneider 2. off Schnli 1.
Struik out Hv Sean.ii 1. toy Prendergast 1.
by Schneider 1. Paused baU Allen. I mpirea
Kltni and Kmslie.
eon. Carey, Hlnehman. Baird. Schmidt.
Harmon. Errora Fletcher. Johnston, Wag
ner, Knabe. Two baae hita Hunts. Kauff.
Hlnchman. Harmon. Three bese hit Fletcher.
Hlnchman. Balrd. Home rnn Schmidt. Stol
en haaea Doyle 2. Kauff. Carey. Double plays
Smith nnaiwlsted. Johnston unaaststen. Bases
on balla Off Benton 1. off Harmon 4, off
Hill 3. Struck oot By Tesreau S, by
Malbewsoo 1. by Harmon 1. Umpires Rig-
ler and Harrison.
No other games scheduled.
Auto Drivers Tuning Up Cars.
New York. May H (U. P.
Sheepshead speedway is humming with
powerful racing cars today, tuning up
for Saturday's race. Judging from
the terrific velocity attained by the
machines in practice, records will be
in danger when the contest begins.
O'Donnell, Resta and Aiken have reg
istered more than 100 miles an hour
in the trials.
AMERICAN LEAGUE GAMES
Thirty Bases on Balls.
Philadelphia. May 10. (I. N. S.)
All records for bases on balls were
broken here yesterday when 30 free
tickets w re issued during the Detroit-
Philadelphia game. The former won,
16 to 2. Eighteen passes were issued
to the Tigers, while two Detroit
pitchers handed the Mackmen 12. De
troit scored eight runs in the second
inning and six in the fifth. Most
of their passes were in these rounds.
While the Detroit pitchers were ex
ceedingly wild, they kept the Athlet
ics down to three hits. The score:
''ai'tain "Uhii k" O'rme announce.: to
lnv tlmt he would not row in the east
I! Is year, poor health and business
ilitlies being the reasons. Captair
Klect nix Maurer will lead the crew tn
place of Orme, whose place will prob
ably be taken by Steinbeck, a sopho
more from Hollister. t'oaeh Ouerena
de tared today that he believes an
other five weeks of training will make
tnis year's crew superior to last year's
Giants Win Weird Game.
Pittsburg. May 10. U. N. S.) In a
weird game featured by poor pitch
ing by nearly all of the six men used
in the box. New York defeated Pitts
burg yesterday,. 13 to 5, Harmon and
Jacobs were knocked out of the box
and Hill was also hit hard. Tesreau
was forced to give way to Benton,
who In turn was relieved by Mathew
son. The latter pitched the best ball
of trae six, yielding one hit in the
four inning in which lie officiated.
NEW YORK. I
AB. H. O. A
AB. H. O. A.
Vliit Siirr of Heating Welsh.
t'libawo. Mav 10.--1U. P.1 Charley
White was juhihmt today at his pros
pect of meeting the lightweight cham
pion, Kroildie Welsh, in Buenos Aires
in July. As the fight is to go 25
rounds. White is bubbling over with
confidence. "1 will lick him sure," he
St. Paul Boxer Wins in Fourth.
St. Paul. May 10. ( f. N. S.l
Johnny Ertle .if St. Paul stopped
Hobby Burns of Dallas In four rounds
Burn. If... :t s u! ivrney.cf .
RouerWn.l f il 4 1 t) ,i 'srey.lf . . .
Itoy!e.21i.. . 3 2 nl.lohnston.lb
Kauff. ef.. ." 1 t o Wanner.
Fletcher. s 4 2 3 0;Sinlth.is. . . I n
Merkle.lb. 5 2 7 tl Hlnchm'n.rf 3 2
..'ib 3 o n l!Baiml.3b.
Kelly. ::b.. 2 O 1 )' Knabe. 2h. .
Rnrldaii.c. 2 0 4 3ii;ilMnn.r. . .
Tesreau. p. 2 0 o 2 . Ctllo.
IloiiHch.. 1 1 (V OjSchmldt.c. .
Kenton. p.. O o o o Harmon. p. .
Math'w'n.p 0 0 1 o'lacubs.p. . .
4 O 1
4 2 3
4 O 11
3 0 2
1 0 2
1 2 fi
0 2 2
0 0 0
1 4 O
1 0 2
0 0 0
n ii o
0 0 0
AH. H O. A.
Bush.ss 2 0 1 2 Witt.ss
fuller. 2b. . . 1
Crawford. rf 4
Burn. lb... 4
Baker. c 1
0 2 Walsh. rf.
1 2 I'Strunk.rf.
2 1 o:i)ldrlng.lf.
1 1 O Murpbv.e.
3 5 nlI.aJoie.2b
2 11 OMcInnlsIb
it 4 7iPick.3b...
1 2 oischang.c.
0 O Ii, Kay. p
1 O OINabors.p.
AB. H O. A.
.4 0 3 3
2 0 0 1
WeaTer.p. . .
3 0 4
n o 2
:t o r.
.4 0 4
2 0 2
i) ii 1
:s o o
ii o o o
4 2 0 0
the rirth, arter cicotte naa grounaeu j
out. Felsch walked, stole second and
scored on Eddie Collins' double. The
Yankees scored all their runs while
Williams occupied the box. The
CHICAGO. NEW YOBlv.
AB. H. O. A t AB. 11. O. A.
Felsch. ef.. 2 0 0(;ilholly.rf . 4 o 5 0
I. Collins. If 4 10 O'Magee.ir . . . 3 0 1"
E. Corns, 2b 3 2 2 3Maisel.ef . . 2 1 O
S OlHaker.3h. . . 2 l o i
0 0i;edeoti.2b. . 4 112
1 lll-lop. lb 4 0 10 2
3 2:I,eck'p'gh.s 3 0 4 (i
8 Jj Alexander, c 4 1 5 1
0 Oi'Cook o 0 o. 0
Fournier. lb 4 1
Jackson, rf. 4 1
Weayer.ss. 3 0
M'Mul'n.3b 4 1
tk-lMilk.c.. 4 0
Williams. d 1 0
Cicotte.p.. 2 0 O 2!C'aldwell.p. 4 2 11
Totals ..31 27 111 Total.. 30 C 27 13
Kan for Alexander In ninth.
Chicago It o 0 4 1 0 0 0 0 5
New York 3 0 1 0 O 0 0 o 1
Runs Felneta. J Collins, E. Collins. Fonr
n!er, Jackson, Gllholly. Maisel 2. Baker. Kr
rcrs Felsch, Schalk. Cltte. Gedeon. Two
base bits Malsel, E. Collins. Three l'Hse
bit Jackson. Home rnns Baker. Founder.
Stolen base Felseb. Doubl- plays Pipp to
I'tcklnpaugb to Plpp, K. Collins to Fournier.
Bcses on balls Off Caldwell 3, off William
4. off Cicitte 1. Striiek out By Caldwell 5.
by Williams 2, by Clcotte 1. Umpires Nal
lij and Dlneen.
Harvard May Play W. S. C.
Los Angeles, May 10. (P. N. S. )
Harvard university's football team
will be seen in action here January 1
against the Washington State college
team, is the claim of Secretary Ber
tonneau of the Tournament of Roses
committee. Mr. Bertonneau started
negotiations with the Harvard officials
a short time ago.
KUbane Knocks Someone Out.
Philadelphia, May 10. (U. P.) It
took Featherweight Champion Johnny
Kilbane only five rounds to knock out
Willie Jackson here.
Ahearn Bests Al McCoy.
New York. May 10. (U. P.)
Critics agreed today that Young
Ahearn had easily bested Al McCoy in
a 10 round bout here last night.
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE
Salt Lake Wins in Ninth.
San Francisco, May 10. (P. N. S.)
Buddy Ryan broke up a ball game yes
terday that went to Salt Lake, & to 0,
which mikes 11 Oakland defeats out
of 15 games.
Buddy was ordered walked in .the
ninth inning. The score was 0 to 0,
with two out and Quinlan on third and
Rath on second. But when the fourth
Via 11 came floating up. Buddy laid it
down for a bunt so unexpectedly that
it went for a hit, while Quinlan came
sliding across with the first run. Rath
had made third, and Shinn put down
another bunt. It, too, went for a hit,
and Rath tallied. Orr hit toward cen
ter field and the ball went beyond the
clubhouse. The umpire summoned Orr
from third with a home run to his
credit. Thus five runs were acored
after two were out. The score:
SALT LAKE. 1
AB. H O. A.I
Qtilnlan. cf 4
ltn!h, 2b.. 4
Brief, lb.. 4
KTan. If... 3
Shiim. rf . . 3
AB. H.O. A.
2 2 0:Barbeau.3b. 4
1 1 4 Zlm'er'u.cf. 3
1 12 l:Mlddle'n.lf.. 4
1 2 0 Kenw'thy.2b 4
1 1 0 Gardner, rf. . 4
l)rr. ss 4 2 4 TiBarry.lb. . . 3
Hantaan. 3b 4 2 3 I'lOlllott.c 4
Hannah, e. 3 it 2 0 lavt.s . . . . 2
Hughes, p. 3 0 o 2 t'rougb.p. . . 2
Totals.. 32 10 27 14 Totals... 30 27 1
Salt Lake O0O 0 0 0 0 0 5
lilts 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 .i 10
Oakland 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Hits 0 1 1 20 1 1 008
Runs Quintan. Hath, Ryan, Shlnn, Orr.
Error Hatllnan. Stolen bases Rath. Ryau,
Zimmerman. Gardner. Davis Home run
Orr. Sacrifice bit Prough. Bases on ball"
Off Hughes V., off Pritigh 2. Struck out By
liuebea 2. by Prouyh o. Double plays
Rath to Brief to Orr, Barbeau to Kenwortliy
to Barry, Rath to Orr to Brief. Left on
bi.se Salt 2. Oakland 7. Time of ime
1:36. Umpires Doyle and Hhyle.
Frank Chance advanced the alibi that
Los Angeles players had not had a
uniform on in five days. While It is
an undisputable fat that Decannlere
shut out the Angels, it must be ad
mitted that f.erty had a loir of luck.
He gave seven bases on balls and
pulled himself out of a couple of bad
holes. The score:
LOS ANGELES. VERNON'.
AB. H.O. A I AB. H.O A.
Maggert.cf. 1 1 it Dosne.rf . . . . 2 2 o
Kaue.rf... 3 0 2 nGlelch'n.lb. :t 1 13 tl
1 il RNUiTt.211.. 4 113
tl n Bates. lib. ... 4 1 1 2
1 1 Daley If . . . 2 n 3 (I
2 2 Griggs. rf . . :i O 2 1
' Mi "birr n.s. :i i 2 r.
2 Smic r.c . 2 I A II
1 ilH't-uu iere.p 2 II tl J
Wolter.lf.. 4 1
Koerner.lb. 4 1
Galloway. 3b 4 0
McLarry.2b. 3 0
r laher.ss. .
Boles, c. . . .
Brant. p. . . .
o n 2
Totals. . 2 5 24 f
Batted for Ryan In seventh
Batted for Brant In ninth
Los Angeles o n 0 o o n o o o
Htte 1 0 0 o fi n 2 1 1 ,"i
Vernon 1 0 o 1 2 0 o n
Hits 2 2 1 0 0 0 1 1 "
Runa Donne, Bates, Daley 2. Errors Gallo
way, McLarry, Fisher, Boles, Uyau. Stolen
bases Daley. Two base bit Risberg. Sac
rifice hit Glelebmann 2. Ryan, McGaffl
gan. Daley. Struck oat By Ryan 1. by "e
eacnlere 2, Ty Brant 2. Bases on balls o:f
Decannlere 7. off Ryan 6. off Brant 1. Time
of game 1:43. Umpires Held and Drasbear.
which empties Into the Deschutes with
a lot of muddy water. During the 'few
sunny days of last week, the trout
filled up on salmon flies. Stutt cut
several open and found the tcnlnioti
files In a three day Mat v. of digestion,
which leads to the belief t .at the next
Minny day is goinn to make the hun
gry fish bite like ntoS'iuitoes.
Stutt and Khuiike used an artificial
caddis fly, bailed ttt limes with a!
mon flies found on the adjacent hushes.
Some of the fish were i aught with a
spinner. There are plenty of trout to
be had. bin Hie Weather conditions
have not been favorable for good fish
ing. Horse Baring In Chicago.
Chicago. May 10. ( U. IM -A re
vival of horse racing is planned here
today. The Illinois. Jockey club an
Ticimeed an "American Derby" for ;i
purse of $10,0iiii to be run Julv 1. At
that time the Hawthorne track will
open for two weeks of rucing.
Toledo s. Milwaukee 1 t.
rol'lllltlllH ':. l:Mi-:.s I Itv !b
. ,! , ' .i . a.
Loutsyllle 3, St. Paul 7.
Vernon 4, Los Angeles 0.
Los Angeles, May 10. (P. N. S.)
After J lam Patterson's baseball club
had hobnailed the Angels. 4 to 0,
Who Will Strike the
First Sunshiny Day?
The first fisherman who strikes the
Deschutes river on the next sunny day
is going to have a fight on his hands
to keep the fish from swallowing his
hook, line and sinker, according to Joe
ttutt, who returned from the Deschutes
river yesterday along with Fred
Rhunke. They put In two days fish
ing, but the water was somewhat
muddy and they considered themselves
lucky to land 40 good sized trout.
The weather there has been bad. the
rain filling the banks of Crooked river.
TODAY AND AX.X. THIS WEEK
Corner Vaughn and Twenty-fourth Sts.
Qtmii Begin Weekdays at 3 P. M..
Sundays at 8:30 P. M.
Reserved Hox Seats for Sale at Ed
wards' Ciuar Stand. Sixth and Wash
Ladles' Dan Wednesday and friday.
Total.. 86 12 27 12 Totals... 28 3 27 20
Detroit lSOOBlOO 0 Is
Philadelphia 0O 1 0 1 0 00 0 2
Runs Bush 3. Vltt 2. Cobb 2. Crawford 2.
Hellman 2. Burns. Young. Stanage, Cunning
ham. Boland, Walsh, Mclnnis. Errors Vltt
2. Walsh. Nabors 2. Two base hits Cobb 2.
Cunningham. Hellman, Stlllbury. Three base
hit Stlllbury. Stolen bases Crawford. Walsh.
IVmble plays Young to Bush to Burns. Old
ring to Mclnnis to Pick, Strunk to Melnnla.
Bases on balls Off Cunningham It. off Bo
land ft. off Nabors 3. off Weayer 3. off
Bay 12. Struck out By Boland 2, by Ray 3.
Umpires O'Loughlin ind Cblll.
Totals ..41 1H 27 6 Tmtala.. 84 8 27 16
Bstled for Tesreau In sixth.
Batted for Glhaon In sixth.
Hatted for Jacobs tn slsth.
Batted for Hill in ninth.
New York 0 1100(14 1 13
Pittsburg . 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 15
Runs--Burns 3. Robertson 3, Doyle 2,
Fietcher. McKeecby, Rarldan, Rouscta. Math-
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Browns 10, Senators S.
Washington. May 10. (I. N. S.)
I Harper's wildness in the sixth and
seventh paved the way for the Browns
to score seven runs in these innings
and defeat Washington. 10 to 6. Both
teams used three pitchers, the Sena
tors driving Groom and Davenport
from the box early. Sisler's triple
with the bases full in the seventh
practically won the game for the
Browns. The score:
St. LOI IS
Sbotten. cf 4 2 2 lIMorgao. 2b.
Johnson, ss 1 0 2 6 Foster, 3b. .
Miller, rf. 4 1 0 O Milan.cf...
Slsler, lb.. 5 2 10 OlRondeau. If
Pratt, 2b.. 2 0 5 2iJudge. lb..
Marsans.lf. 3 14 OiShanks.lf . .
Deal. 3b 4 1 1 2iHenry c. . .
Hartley, c.. 5 2 3 4jMcBrlde. ss
tJroom. p.. 0 0 0 OIHarper, p.. 3 0 10
Dayenport.p 10 0 O Ayres, p... 0 O O o
Parks, p.. 2 1 O 1 Gallia, p. .
Craudall.. 1 0 0 01'Moeller.
Tot.-ls. 32 3 27 13! Totals.? 33 11 27
Batted for Darenport In fifth.
Batted for Gallia In ninth.
St. Louis 1 0000342 O 10
Washington 0 2 0 3 00 0 0 0 S
Runs Sbotten, Johnson, Miller 2, Slsler 2
Pratt, Marsans, Hartley, Parks. Judge 2
Nhanks, Henry, Harper. Errora Hartley,
Foster. Two base bits Miller. Marians,
Judge, Henry. Three base bit Slsler. Stolen
l.uses Sisler, Milan, Judfe 2. Harper, John
son. lKHioie play Deal to sisier. Bases on
hells Off Harper 7, off Groom 1, off Dayen
port 1. off Parks 2, off Ayrea 2. Struck
out By Harper 8, by Hayeniwrt 1, by Parks.
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Red Sox Beat Indians.
Boston, May 10. (I. N. S.) Fifteen
thousand persons welcomed Trls
Speaker back to Boston yesterday and
saw his team defeated, 5 to 1 by
the Red Sox. Tris was presented
with a fez and a Shriner's badge by
the local temple, and the Red Sox
presented him with a big silver lov
ing cup. In the fourth Tris hit out
a triple and scored Cleveland's lone
tally when Roth singled. The score
AB. H.O. A.I AB. H.O. A
Graney. If.. 2
Turner. 3b. . 4
Speaker. cf. 4
Howard. 2b. 3 O 2
Wambsg's.a .10 1
ONelll.e... 2 1 4
CoTelskie.p. 0 0 1
MttcbeU.p. 0 0 0
ETana.... 10 0
o!Hooper.rf . .
OlWalker.cf . .
2iBnrry.2b. . .
6 1 Leonard, p. .
8 27 9
Totals ..26 3 14 131 Totala... 30
Batted for Coreleakle in alghtb.
CleYeland 0 001 0O00 o l
Button 00 10 1012 5
Rnna Speaker. Hoblltrel, Walker, Barry
Carrlgan 2. Error -Turner, Wambagansa
O'Neill, Mitchell. Two base hits Hooper,
Leonard, Hoblltxel. Three base hit Speaker,
Sacrifice hits Coreleekle 2. GandIL Walker
Icnard. IWtoble play Janvrln to Hoblltxel to
carrican. Bases on Dana uri coyeieskte
off Mitchell 1, off Leonard 3. Struck oat
By Coreleskl 2. by Leonard 5. Umpires
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White Sox Trim Yankees.
New York. May 10. (I. N. S..1 The
White Sox bunched hits In the fourth
and fifth Innings yesterday, overcame
a four-run lead and trimmed the, Yan
kees, 5 to 4. A home run by Four
nier witstwo on in the fourth, pulled
the Sox almost on., even terms after
tbe Yanks had picked up a command
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