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EVENING- LBpaER-PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 9. lOiB.
GROVER ALEXANDER, IN GREAT FORM, BLANKS CINCINNATI REDS IN FIRST GAME, 1 TO 0
ATHLETICS BREAK RECORD FOR
.DEFEATS OVER LONG STRETCH,
LOSING 39 OUT OF 41 GAMES
packmen Shatter Mark Made in 1890 When Pitts
burgh Dropped 36 Out of 38 Contests.
THE Athletics not only have equaled the
American Lcoruo record for consecutive
defeats by dropping 20 (tames In a row, but
hey nlso have, broken the greatest record
n the history of the game for defeats over
a lo'nff Btrotch. Since Juno 26 the Athletics
tive won only two games and have dropped
4 out of the last 41 contests, which heats
the ureateit record of this sort ever made
In the major leagues.
The previous record was made by Pitts
burgh, In 1890, when It lost 3(5 out of 38
mc9, from July 27 to September 12. The
Second longest losing streak In the- history
if the game over a stretch 'Was made by
Loulsvlllo In 1890, the Colonels losing 33
Jut of 3B consecutive games. Included In
the IjOUIsvIHo defeats were 25 In succession,
which Is the world's record.
The Impression is general that Louisville
!ot 26 consecutive games, hut a careful
search 0f the back tiles reveals the fact
that the total was only 25, Just how this
mistake camo to be recorded upon tho rec
ord books Is a mystery, but such Is tho case.
The Loulsvlllo losing streak started on
May 22 and ended on Juno 23, when tho
ftmous "Toad" Itamsoy, considered one of
the greatest southpaws tho game haH pro
duced, held St. Louis to Cvo hits and won
7 to 3 game for the Colonels.
Clear Title For Macks
Prior to starting on tho present losing
streak tho Athletics had dropped 24 out
of 2S consecutive games, which gives tho
Mickmen clear tltlo to nil records for de
feats, although It Is not likely that they
will shatter the mark made by Cleveland In
1199, wb It lost 134 games during the
The present losing streak of tho Athletics
started on Juno 27, Klmor Myers having
beaten the lied Sojc by tho score of 8 to 5
on the previous day. Not nnothcr gamo
nas won by tho Mnckmon until July 11,
when Joe Bush shut out St, Louis by tho
(Core of 3 to 0.
Bush nlso was credited with the only
ether victory gained by tho Athletics until
the present time, when I. blanked Cleve
land on July 20. When the losing streak
was started the Mn-' men hnd won 17 and
lost 39 games, while today the JIackmon
ia.vc 19 won and SO lost. With only BB
more gamos on tho schedule, It would bo
necessary for tho Mackmen to lose all but
one to equal tho 134-gnme defeat, tho rec
ord now held by Cleveland,
Maeka Outhit Foe
Tho most remarkable part bf tho pres
ent losing streak of the Athlotlcs lies In the
fact that tho Mackmen have outhit and out
fielded their opponents In many of the do
ries, but still they continue to lose. At
times the pitching has been brilliant, but
the breaks would not go to Connie's band
nd close games havo been dropped day
As a rule, when n team runs Into a long
slump It Is absolutely outclassed In every
department, but such has not been the case
with the "vthlotlcH. If It wero not for tho
tact that tho team Is being handled by
MANY TO COMPETE IN
BALA GOLF TOURNEY
More Than 100 Aspirants to Tee
Off in Qualification Round
The largest field of the local golf season
to date will tee off at the Bala Golf Club
today In the qualification round of that
club's Invitation tournament.
Four slxtcens, possibly five, will qualify
today for tho first round tomorrow. The
f second round will follow on Friday, with
the semifinal and final rounds on Saturday.
The prizes are for tho winner nnd runner
up bf each 16, the winner of each defeated
'tight, low scorer In tho qualifying round
and best net and gross scores In tho handi
cap on Saturday.
The palrlnca follow:
T:45 II. J. Levta, AronlmlnV. nnd V. C. San-
7:S9 T. It, Wcit,
llila, and Frank Kobson,
Tijiln. &ml A. Sherwood.
T.05 W. M. Fries
:0O Walter Supplee. Bala,
and V. M. Mo
1.03 A. K.
Aronlmlnk, and C. K.
1:15 Horace' Davie, p.)
w vira, h.ib
and Joseph Hutch-
13 J. A. linn, Iiala. and Pr. C. N. Sturte
... vant. Frank (oni. , .
140 J. n. Maxwell, Jr., Merlon, and A. M.
M5 Thomas Meeh'an. Jr.. North Hllli. and
W. P. Allen, lion Air,
SCHEDULE FOR TODAY
HI. Louis nt New York (two someO that.
IM'Sio ft Hrooklyn eleur,
rlUibursh nt Hoaun noitpontd. . ,
Cincinnati at I'hlUdelwlila to sumes) tloudy.
J'w York at Cleveland clear,
loiton at Chlralo clear.
AtblrtlcM at Detroit clear.
Hmhlmton nt rU. Ioula tlirratenlnr.
INTKH NATIONAL LCIOUK.
Montreal at Newark (two ame clinr.
eeaeeier hi rmvldenre clear,
uaalo at Hlchmand (tura lanieal lear.
WBto si Illliqor -(two gmt) elear.
IWrolt. 0i Athletlei, 0. , .
Cle.e ana, J, ft.w York, 4.
St. Louis, iiVsrtlnston, .0,
fit, Louis, Ul IVaeul
nilllei, fl Cincinnati, I (7 Innlnrm rain). '
Italn prevented other games.
( MUSTA Got CAUchT on
A WAI- OR- SoheThiho-
33 Out of 35
n"!1.8 JInc,t recognized as the greatest
Pilot In the game, one would be Inclined to
ooiiovo that the team was mismanaged, be
cause there generally Is a reason why a
team which outbats and outfields Its op
ponents continues to lose.
Many of the well-pitched games, In which
the. opposing teams were outliatted two to
one, were lost because of the lack of ex
perience of Mack's recruits, who havo mado
many errors of omission which have paved
thO Way for the rlr.fe.tf Mart, nM ll.n
fans that they must expect this and to bo
patient, hut wo certainly did not expect
anything like. this.
A review of Pittsburgh's losing streak Is
of great Interest at this time.
On July 26, 1890, Pittsburgh had won 17
and lost 00 games. On that day Ad Cum
belt, later a Phllly ntar nnd now n proml
npnt politician In Pittsburgh, won n pitch
ing duel from tho famous John Ciarkson, of
Boston. Oumbert held Boston to three hits
and tho Pirates won, 4 to 3.
Tho following day Boston defeated the
Pirates and started them off on n losing
streak, which wns not broken until August
11, when BUI Phillips, making his debut
with Pittsburgh, defeated Chicago, 6 to 4,
holding Anson's sluggers to live hits. This
losing streak was of six games.
Chicago started Pittsburgh on Its way to
a National Lcaguo record tho next day and
23 consecutive games were lost. On Sep
tember 4 Henderson, a recruit pitcher, won
from Cleveland at Pittsburgh by the score
of 0 to 2. This gave the Pirates ono victory
In 32 games played. Thoy lost the next six
gamc. making two victories out of 38
games played, which Is tho greatest losing
strcalt In tho history of the game.
Louisville started Its famous losing strenk
at homo on May 22 nnd lost 25 games In a
row before llamscy defeated the Browns.
Tho Colonels won again on June 27, when
l'wlng won a 8 to 5 victory over Knnsas
City In 11 Innings.
First Local Flag
Ilccker Is tho pitcher who six years be
fore made a wild pitch In tho ninth Inning
of the last gamo of the season, permitting
the Athletics to win the tlret pennant over
won by a local team, Tho Colonels won tho
next three games, but had established a
mark of only two victories In 35 games,
which Is the second longest losing streak
In the history of baseball.
Cleveland In 1899 had a greater number
of long losing streaks than any other team
up to that period or since, but tho Spiders
always managed to win two or three games
In a row nftcr n long Btrlng of defeats,
which enabled them to keep a. trifle abovo
the marks made by Loulsvlllo and Pitts
burgh The miserable showing of Cleveland In
1899 wns duo to the fact that the powerful
team of 1898 wns transferred to St. Louis.
This move killed the National Leaguo In
Clovrland, lis the fnns resented tho trans
fer of Holdrlclc, Burkett, Young, McKcan,
Wallace, Criger and other stars of that
Runs Scored in a Week
by Major League Clubs
"DUNS Bcored by all teams in
1-J American and National Leagues
from Wednesday, August 2, to Tues
day, August 8, inclusive. Only runs
that figure in official averages nro
included. Scores of incomplete games
arc not counted, but the scores of
games of five innings or moro are
included in the table:
W. T. r. K. H. SI,
Clrvrlnml 3 .1 B II
ChlcnKo K (1 7
lit. Louis S fl 7
Detroit 2 3 5 S
UnHtnn 5 3 I 7
New York 1 3 3
Wiiklilntton 0 III O
Athletics 3 1 3 3
S 0 83
4 B 27
3 4 IB
2 1 Iff
2 0 13
NATIONAL LLWOUK. -
W. T. I. ,S. fl. Jf. T.T'l.
Did not play,
WHAT MAY HAPPEN
IN BASEBALL TODAY
Won. I-ot. l'rt. Win. Loe. Kpllt.
"rt .''1 ,03 ,021 . .
riiline . . .
New York .
St. lJ)iil, .
A.1 4U .nlil .SSS t.AtU .All
49 13 .Ml '.SSI t.Slll .521
in At .11111 .181 ,4,1
4H S'l ,4"T ,4IS t.42il ,43
41 A3 ,430 ... -
3U III) ,311 ',a4 t,3il .314
Won. Loet. I'rt.
New York , o
hi. Louie Sff
IV lii two. tl-oie two. l'ptuoned.
TlTAN H A T T A N
Htarte Vrliluy, Aufuet 11th
MARSHALU BUSH, I".
A Shop for Gtnlltman
113 S. THIRTEENTH ST.
In Vith Her There
IN WINNING RUN
IN THIRD ROUND
Alexander Hurls Great Ball
in Opening Game of To
KILLEPER MAKES SCORE
By CHANDLER D. RICHTER
N'ATin.VAI, LKAOtJE TAJIK. AUR. !.
Hurling In great form, Grover Alexander
shut out tho Clnclnnntl Itcds In tho tlrst
Bnmo of todny'n double-header. Tho acoro
hbs cno to nothing.
Alexnnder wns oiiposcd by Schultz, who
nlso liltchcd nn excellent .brand of ball.
However In the third Inning tho 1'htlllcs
hunched two hits nnd a sacriP.ce, which
netted them the only run of the giime.
Tho I'lills' half of tho third wan opened
with n Hingle by Bill Klllefor. Ho moved
up on Alex's sacrifice nnd scored when
Nlehoff shot a long single to center Held.
Mnlty had Intended to uho Pete Schneider
today, but I he big wrestler, who has been
tho mainstay of tho staff thin season, pulled
a strain In IiIh side and wns sent home this
morning. It will probably bo three weeks
or niinontli l-etoro Schneldsr Is nblo to tnlio
his regular turn In the box.
Hyrne nnd I.uderus retired Oroh. Itousch
fanned. Orimth hit tho right-field wall for
n double, fhnsc fouled to Uyrne. No runs,
ono hit, no errors.
Schultz tlew out Taskort. Nlehoff
bounced a hIiikIo past Groh. Hyrne popped
tn Louden. Nlehoff died stealing. Wlngo
to I'hiuuer. No runs, ono hit, no errors.
AVIngo fouled to Byrne. Nenlo fanned.
Ioudenent a long fly to Whlttcd. No
runs, no hits, no orrors.
Cravath walked. Whltted lined to Grif
fith. Luderus singled to left, Cravnth stop
ping at hecond. Bancroft hit to Louden,
who touched second, forcing Luderus, and
they relayed tho ball to Chase, doubling
Bancroft. No runs, ono hit, no errors.
Emmer struck out. Schulz popped to
Bancroft. Oroh bent out a slow grounder
to Byrno and toolt third when tho Phllly
third baseman threw over LudcruB head.
Alexander's throw retired Rousch. No runs,
ono hit, one error.
Klliefer singled to center. Alexander
sacrificed, Schulz to Chase. Paskcrt was
called out on strikes. Nlehoff singled to
center, scoring Klliefer. NIchoK wns caught
napping and run down, Schulz to Chaso to
Louden. Ono run, two hits, no errors.
Griffith fouled to Klllefor. Chaso lifted
xo "Whltted. Nlehoft'B throw retired Wlngo.
No runs, no hits, no errors.
Byrne beat out a hit to Emmer. Crn
vath fanned. "Whltted popped to Emmer.
Luderus singled to center, Byrno stopping
at second. Bancroft filed to Ncale. No
runs, two hits, no orrors.
Byrno's long throw retired Nenle.
Louden's drlvo bounded off Alexander's foot
to Bryno, who threw him out. Emmer
fanned again. No runs, no hits, no errors.
Klliefer fouled to Wlngo. Alexander hit
tho center-Held wall for a double. Emmer
threw out Pnskert, Alexander going to
third. Loudon mado n nne stop nnd threw
out Nlehoff. No runs, ono hit, no errors.
Schulz singled to center. Oroh fanned
and Schulz was doubled stealing, Klliefer
to Nlehoff. Itousch bunted a fly to Alex
ander. No rum,, one hit, no errors.
Ilyrno filed to Itousch. Uravath struck
out. Emmer and Chnso retired Whltted.
No runs, no hits, no errors.
Griffith popped to Nlehoff. Paskcrt made
a sensational running catch of Chnse's
drive. "Wlngo sent a long fly to Cruvnth.
No runs, no hits, no errors.
Louden throw out Luderus. Bancroft went
out the samo way. Schulz and Chase re
tired Klliefer. No runs, no hits, no errors.
Bancroft throw out Ncale Louden struck
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Worn with or without a pin
15c ca. 6 for 90c 51.75 tho doz.
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International Sextet Race
100 KU.OMKTKKrt (S3lt .Mike)
ASIKKIOA rilANCK ITALY IIKI.CIUM
CARMAN Paced by Hunter
WILEY Paced by Stein
BEDELL Paced by Senhouse
COLUMBATTO Paced by St.Yves
LINART Paced by Turville
SERES Paced by Morin
In Kvent of Rain Race Will Itua Friday Nljht.
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OM . (I RR
rHEULO ' I HEU.-07
MR,IHh'y I) 1 S
Alex Straffed Reds in First
All. It. II, (1. A. V..
(Irnli, 3b 4 0 t 1 fl 0
Itnnerli, rf 4 0 0 1 fl 0
(Irimili, rf 3 0 12 0 0
rhnne, lb 3 0 0 10 t 0
Wlnno, ,.... , ... 3 0 0 4 3 fl
Nenle, If,. '3 (I 0 1 O 0
Louden, 2b ,1 0 0 3 ft O
Kmnirr, ft 3 0 0 3 3 0
rtrhulh, p 2 0 1 0 4 O
I'lneher I 0 0 O 0 O
TfltnU 20 0 3 21 IS 0
. All. It. it. o. a. i:.
I'nftkert, of 4 0 1 2 0 fl
Nlehnfr, 21 , 4 0 2 2 I II
Hrne, 3b. ) 3 n 1 2 3 1
CriiTiitli, rf 4 n o 2 0 )
Wliltted, If 3 n O 2 0 0
Lildrru, lb -3 0 s 7 0 (I
Unnrroft, k 3 n 0 I 2 fl
Klliefer, c 3 1 1 8 1 n
Alexander, p 2 0 2 1 1 o
TotnN 20 1 11 27 s 1
United for Schiiltr. In ninth.
Tho-Ihiho hlN llrlnllli, Alexnnder. Rni
rlflce lilt Alrxnmlrr. Struck nut Iy
Alexnnder, (1) Nelmltt, 3, llnnc on lmll
HIT Mrlmltr, 2. Double plnrn Louden to
Clineei Klliefer to Nlelmff. Umpire Ulster
out. Pns1ort captured Einnicr's fly. No
rtini, no bits, no crroro.
Alexander singled to center. J'naUorl
singled to center. Alexander ntopp'tig n
f-econd. Alexander was caught napping 'iK
second and run down, Wlngo to linimer to
Groh. Pnskert taking second Nlehoff filed
to Griffith. Byrne walked. Louden threw
out Crnvath. No runs, two hits. m errois
Fisher went Into bat In place of Schultz.
Fisher fanned Bancroft mado a great stop
and threw out Groh. Cravnth picked
UoiiHCh's lutiK Unci off tho right field wall.
No runs, no hits, no errors.
FORT ERIE ENTRIES
Klret rare, eelllnir. pure JflOO, 2-year-oM. fc
furlong Cherry Hello. 110: May Hock, 110;
Sleepy Ham, 103. Moelnsonc 10(1: Oommonca.
ion: Orntliude, inn. Wnlnnln, 100: Zomorn,
10.". 'Ilyaon, 1)5; Orlanna. 1)3.
hecond rare, aelllnff, nura IflOO. .l-iear-ntd
nnd up. 1 mile nnd 70 yards No MnnnHfr. ll'J:
niturher. 110: lloxor. Ill); Tho Ilueyhody, Hllli
Knlrly, 107: Ynlaa, Hill; Alston. 101; Edith
llaumann, Dl: Pamlettn. fill.
Third rnro. selllnR, nurse JI100, 3-yenr-oIds
and up. 1 mile Mausoleus. Ill: Sir Arthur,
111; HmtthfleUl 10H: Last Mnnrk. lUfll Meissen.
101: Mike Cnrlln. ti3. 'Kathleen II., 111.
Fourth race, handlcnp, purao $,00. 3-year-olds
nnd up. 0 furlonirs Top o' the Mornlnn,
KM, 8'iueeler, 114. Tho Maaauorndcr, 11;
Aldehnran. 110: ntruslclan. 11U.
rifth race, selllnir, pur'e jnno, 4-year-olds nnd
up, ll furlongs Kootcnnv. 11,1; stout Heart.
113: I'rhnto rotnl. 111: Supremo. Ill; Gordon,
1111. Nathan R. 111). Ilolaln. 11)7: 'Miss llayle.
1117, Vlley. 107. llud.v's llrother. 107, Orotund.
1117. 'Talebearer, 1011.
Sixth nice, sclllnir. purso J00O, 3-year-olds
1 mile Sea lleach. Ill: IIopn, 111; llahy fnl.
10X; Peep Slcht. 1011. Dlirk Frost, 101. 1J
Hlmmons. inn, IMdlo T, Kill: I'etlar, 1113.
.Seventh race, selling, purso IflOD. 3-year-nld
and up. 1 mllo and 70 vards Hooker 1)111, 11 ll,
I'cnrock. 113, Colonel Holloway. 10S: Kequlram.
103; "Ford Mat, 10U; "I.arkln, 100; 'Jack
Itreves. VI), 'Anna Urazel, 00, Oypay Dlalr, 110;
Iteduced from $30, 125 and 20
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Makes Shawnee Course in
75 Again This Morning
LOCAL MAN TURNS IN 77
RHAWNnK-ON-nilLAWAItK, Pa.. AUff.
0. Favorites continued to nlve a good ac
count of themsehes In tho third round of
the opon professional Rolf tournament at
tho Shawnee Country Club today. He
causa they had headed the list al the end
of thi first day, Walter Hagni, tho Metro
politan open champion from ttocliester, nnd
James Dames, of Whltcmarsh, wcro paired
At tin' outlet both got Into occasional
trouble and both had lo mnUe difficult
iccoverlen Goinn lo the ninth hole. 405
yards. Hhkoii missed two shots, but after
learhltifr tlie i?reen on his third shot he
brouitlif nft a 2(j.fot putt for a 4, a slroho
botlc: than par. Hn was out In 39, mi
. r.iinst 40 for Ilarnen.
ComliiK bark Hacen made few mlstaltes
but when he did leave himself a Rood deal
to do lifter Hi, approach his putting In
variably proved equal to tho demand. A
3 at tho homo holp gavo him nnother 75,
which mado his third In succession for a
total of 23G. In the meuntlmo Uarnes. com
Irifr back In 37, took 77 for the round,
which pave him 228 for the 64 holes.
HnRon's card was as follows:
Walter IfaKcn, Itochestet :
Out S 4 5 5 4 4 6 3 439
In 5 4 4 4 4 4 3 E 33675
When blK Bob MncDonald, of Buffalo, be
Ran the day his score of IG5 left htm G
shots behind HaRen. At tho first hole Mac
Donald took a (i, but ho picked up a
is, .v ntniA, arceasorlea where
ou see the slcn of tha "QADESII
Iioy" In tho window, and you'll
always believe In lucky alcns.
The "OADKSH BOY" Is tho slrn
of quality Koods In a quality "hop,
T.nntc for him.
(1AUL. DEUK, SHBAItim CO.
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When soiled.the tuh restores its former fresh
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stroke nt tho second by hollne a inashle
shot from off the Kr.ii for a 3.
PlaylnR steadily from (hero on Mac
Donald had a fine chance for a 73, but he
took 4 for tho water hole. Again nt tho
eighteenth, after laying a drive to within
a club's length of the pin, he mlssr-d tha
putt for a 2.
He had 7F for the round and a total of
230. His card:
Itobert Mncftonftld, Buffalo
Out G .1 4 4 4 6 4 4 433
In G ! 3 4 4 3 4 5 43775
Hard luck befell Jack r'amplell, of Old
York Itoad, who was a on; the leaders
yesterday with 162. He wan taken sick
last night and had to withdraw.
Summary of morning munds:
Walter Tlaaen. ittchester
James Uarnes, Wliltemsrsh ...
The Apportion Koaduplnnc is nn absolutely fric
tionless car the Roadnplanc fairly iloatn along the
road it is so free from all friction. Here is a piece
of mechanism so perfectly attuned that you are
unconscious of any mechanical effort whatever. It
is in this important respect that the Roadaplanc
rivals air craft.
Here is a motor that challenges the most acute
ear it is so silent, so noiseless, so free from the
slightest vibration truly the work of master men.
Seven passenger tourine car
and tho famous four passen
ger Chummy Roadster.
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3tY. Jollr, Newark 23
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llertjert Mar'ie, Qui.iran H tii
.'. W. 'lackney, Atlmtlo City..-.. ..7(5 til
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Oeorto H.ijrer, Morion ., in VI 7
Alex Coles, Uliiwnce ,,,,,.,, il id?
Arlhpe Rid. It'cjimerd .,...-........ to 40
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Tom Kefrlitan,.8r'v.noy. ... . .... 79 4
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Carl Anderson, unattached,,.,,. .,,. 79 cjo
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Hminet French. York. 74 lO
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