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THE BEND DUILETIN, DKNry OKE, WEDNESDAY, MAY 31, 1010.
FATS WIN BIG
LEANS ARE HUMBLED
19 TO 13
J'lrHt mill TJilnl InnliiKi IHsaxtroiiH
to IiiMch' .Men I'liiihlo to Connect
Willi I''nl Conniiiii'i 1'nnt llnll
Tlirco Pllclieri me IVctl.
Contrnry to tlio expectations of
nlnn lcnii tienr-hiill players, who wero
fonflilcnt tliolr Rgllo limbs and nl
tcneo of ftiiiiorllouH nvolnlnpols would
carry Ilium to an overwhelming vic
tory, tlio opposing nine rats swat
tine tlio ruliiirold llko tlio onwnrd
?nnrchlng (JlnntB, slugged Into, ran
Into nnd ploughed Into a 1!) to 13
victory Inst Friday afternoon over
When (Iocb a Imso bull game bo
romo a jnudovllle, uomu of the clos
er ohsorvcrB of tlio Kami) nro nsklng
(tlnco tlioy Hat through tlio hIx nnd a
linlf Innings of rib expanding contor
tions Hiich iih woro perpetrated upon
thn public during tlio i;ntne
Hut to get down to tlio facts. The
game, bo far cb can bo ellctod from
thn records, ran something like this:
Th I'ntB deviously took whnt they
thoiiKht wore their posltltniii In tlio
flolil. I'nt Connnrn, mi unknown
iiiantlty In linim bull, took tlio mound
with Kat Dny behind the bat. With
i.ll thn coullilnnci) of Christy Mutth
tiwnim nil (I tlio wlndup of (1. Cloveland
Alexander, Hnld I'nt Connnrn shot n
straight ono to Lean Overlurf. who,
entirely oblivious of Urn result,
whanged out a high fly to center
Held that I'nt I.oiiIh Doonnr had to
rnlny twice to second hnsn on Its
homeward flight. Tliero wns much
acclaim In thu I -en ti camp, Lean Ov-
erturf circled the buses In true Ted
Meredith ntyln. Undaunted by n
mere trivial Incident of this kind,
Knt Connnrn planted himself with
even morn flrmnoKH In the box, struck
out l.enn Hkiiso, humbled Lean Inues,
who by all thn rules of ethics should
hnvii been barred for profoHHlonnllsm,
nnd followed up with Htrlklng out
l.rnn On Ariuond, who from nil np
ponrnnceB never hail hold of n stick
In his life. Thus the side nut I. en iih
onn home run, Kals 0.
l.rnn Hkllsc Hiiiubteil.
Lean Hkusn stepped Into thn box
confident of smile of the primirhlnl
1-2-3 porfoi intuit e I'nt Day step
ied to the plate and touched up u
little hIiikIo. Then I'nt Ciiiiiiarn
ennui nil mid, In his surprise, also
lcnueil on a single. Then I'nt Hnilth
ronuecled with thn sphere, peering
I'nt D.iy. Just. a niumunt to elucl-
(Into. I'at U.iy "III live In the minds
of the en luus I. onus fur some diys,
Thn way that man I'at I)a Dan
Patched aruuuil those buses would
put in en Meet-footed k'ell) lo shaiun.
To return to the ohhoiiIIiiIh of thu
game. I'at Hnberls was the next
limn up and punched nut a (tingle,
waring I'nt Ciiiinarn, Then caine up
Fat Hawjer, mid fanned nut. I'nt
O'Donuoll, whoso experience nt the
ehopidiiK block has produced accur
acy of eye ami hand, stepped nobly
to the pinto and kicked through with
li double that put I'utH Itoberts and
Hmlth within thu con tines of thn lin
den of rest. Hy this time thn preelp
Itntlon wan ImKlnnlnij to rcglstor, for
lri'itiuut trlpR to thn uwny tiutflfllil
by thn Lean outfielders ttnve cause
for mopping of brows, Cuptnln
Hii'lrtl, with all the presence- of tho
'Italior, much to his own surprise
found l.rnn Rkuso for the fifth hit
of the Initial Inning. Thn slugging
l'ntn begun to think that they were
(polling thn Knme, so I'nt Doonnr
went out at llrst, and I'at Dny, on
thn second round, followed suit.
Hrore: I'ntH, 7; l.enns 1,
I .en n Knutsen was thn first Lean
up In thn second round, lie not n
Htlngy hIukIoh. Thou I.enn I'nrlics
did likewise, scoring Lean Knutsen.
l.e-in French also plucked n single,
putting Forbes on third l.enn
Yoiiiik Htruok nut. Just how- Lean
Forbes no t homo la not recorded In
thn archives, hut he Is accredited
with nun run. Lean (tastes, the on
I) man who seemed to be Imbued
with thn seriousness attached lo tho
result, hruely, hut fttlterliigly went
to hat. Now l.enn Kast(M,wns enner
for a hit. Hut Fat Connnrn, owIiik
to thn curvature of l.enn Hastes back
hone, found It dltlloult to nscerulu
just where thn pinto was nnd hence
walked Lean Hastes Urno Over
turf's stock was reduced about 50
l'r cent when after such n scliitlllnt
Iiir hit In thn tlrst Inning he funned
ut. ThrotiKh somn comnd of errors
French i;ot In and Hastes umunged
to uoKOthitu four has in time to
worn luifuro Uun Skus went out on,
a wild dash to second.
Satire FhIh, 7: Umii. &
Just how n man nan scorn ( n a lit
tin single with nothliiK In l. k It up
remains to be told only l the thron
Iclws more, versed In scorInK than
thn records of thn gnmo show Lut
at Connnrn did It In the third in
nliiK. That was all tho scaring done
In thn swoond by thn Fats
Sir: Pitts. 8; Latins 6
IH thn third InnlnK Loan Innes con
nected with thu hnrsohldo nnd hat
ted out u double nnd was scored on
Lean De Armond's most unexpected
single. Lenn Knutsen struck out.
Lenn Do Armond went out at third
nnd iLenn French at first.
Score: Fata, 8; Leans, G.
Hktin li I'xctiieil.
Staring almost certain defeat tho
Leans In conclavo determined to do
poso Leon Skuso nnd replace him by
Lenn Forbes Lenn Forbes has lots
of "pep," but lean on the wing. The
conclusions for this nro bused upon
the following Indictments brought
agalnBt the Lenn Forbes' actions In
the box: two doubles, three walks,
threo singles, ono homo run by Fnt
O'Donnoll and nlno scores. It will bo
too long n story to relnto tho pilfer
ing of bases, tho unmerciful treat
ment administered to the, ball, he
disgraceful ronduct or scores mat tno
l'ntn Imposed upon the Leans In this
Inning. It Is enough to say that tho
Bcoro stood at this point:
Fats: 17 Leans, C.
Fnt Connnrn registered two strike
outs In the fifth against tho wilting I
Leans. He was then CC per cent!
io mo goon mil ii iiuiiiiiu ii) i.iiui
Innes and u single by Lenn Forbes
netted tho Leans nnother three
Score: Fnts, 1", Leans, 9.
Tho next Innings, so fnr hb sonsn
tlonnllsm Is concerned, were n blank,
llkowlso In scoring Lenn Innes went
Into tho box for thu l-cnns nnd help
ed to keep 'ho Fnt score from rising
In tho sixth Inning Fat Dny was
given another opportunity to display
his light footedncss. He up nnd
clouted out n elenn drlvo to center
field. Lenn Young had not recoverod
the ball when Fat Day was hnck
on tho bonch Some nvcr that Fat
Dny forgot to juxtapose tho bags as
ho sped over then, hut tho scorer
credits him with n run. Fnt Connnrn
struck out. Fnt Itoberts hung n
douhlu nnd Fnt Sawyer after a sprint
to second was caught.
Nenrlng tho close, Tho crowd nil
In. Tho l.enns hnttcd In tho first of
tho seventh For thn third tlmo Lenn
Overturf struck out. Tho story of
this Inning may bo hrlofly told, for
tho hnttlo hnd been won by the Fnts
Lenn Innes got a homo run. Lenn Do
Armond n single and n score. Loan
Kniitson went out nt third after con
necting with Fat Smith's solnr plex
us. Lenn Forbes fanned and Lenn
French and Young scorod, on whnt
thn records do not show. Final scorn
Fats, 19; Leans, in.
damn was called on account of
Impending nun set.
That dispensed with.
Similes of Captain ilifd nnd Flor
ence Nlghtengulu' It must have been
thn Inyout that tho Fats possessed
that throw fear In tho honrtn of tho
Leans. Itohert Louts Stevenson
would hnve hnd linn physical matur
lal fnr n now "Treasure Island."
Ichnhnd Crane Hastes nnd his gnng
of stretcher Inters woro meok lllng
thu red cross In thu face of such a
.Votes on the (iiuue.
I'nt Lara refused In play, charging
himself with being tun fnt, and
therefotn kept thn bench warm.
I'nt Snwjer motored to tho left
Thn weight of thu argument wns
with the Fnts nil thn way through.
Thu game wns u cross between u
foot ball gumu nnd pnsturo pool.
Humor hath It that thu Lean pit
chers were oxskused
Sparcrlhs Lean Hastes utnv ho n
good mayor and all Hint, but ho tins
altogether too trusting n disposition
Arbitrator "lllg Mat" Mntthows
certnlnl) did his pnrt In forcing n
The red cross was a most sullnhlo
Insignia for tho Loans. Hut nld did
Anyway thn gamn netted $70. 7C
nnd no huspltnl bills to pay.
Fats Day. c; Onnnurn, p; Smith.
lbj UoWti, 2b: O'Donnoll, 3b; Ry
an, fts; Sawyer, If; Doonar, cf; Steldl,
Juntas Ovorturf, lb; Skuso, p;
Innes, c, Do Armond, Zh; Knutsen,
3b; Forbes, so; French, rf; Young,
cf, Hastes, If.
i llntterles-Fnls Connnrn and Day;
lenns Skuso, Forbes, Innes, nnd In
nes and Forbes. I'mplros: Kraklnu,
Ixrson and Mntthows.
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