6,1916
SPORTING LIFE-
Race of the Southern League
HE sixteenth annual champion­
ship race of the Southern
League began April 14 and is
scheduled to run until Septemlit'r t), inclusive. The record of
the 1016 championship cam­
paign is as follows to April 29, inclusive:
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Complete Weekly Review of the Oldest Southern
Organization's Championship Race, Together With
Scheduled Dates and Complete Record of All
Championship Games Played From Week to Week
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GAMES TO BE PLAYED
Muv 4. !j. (i— Mobile at Atlanta, New Orleans
lit Kirminghaui. Memphis at Chattanooga, jNasaville at Little Rock.
May 7— Atlanta at Nashville.
May 7, 8, 9, 10-Meiuphis at Mobile, Little
Jtock at New Orleans.
May 8, », 10, 11— Cbattanoogn at Atlanta,
Nashville at Birmingham.
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Mav 1LF , 13, 14. 15-Nashtllle at New Orleans,
Cbalfauuoga at Mobile.
May 12, 13. 10. Ht— Memphis at Atlanta, UtU* Kuck at Birmingham.
GAMES PLAYED SATURDAY, APRIL 22
MKMPH1S AT LITTLE ROCK, APRIL 22.—
In the tenth inning, with one out, Hemingway
on Brut base ai the result of a base on balls,
»et ont to commit larceny. Ruinler made a per­
fect peg to Starr at second and the home man­
ager was handcuffed and llemiugway was safe.
Kulsely Injected a delayed 'hit into the game
with a slashing single to left Held and Hemlug•way hotfooted home with tbe run that proved
to be a winner for Mcm'ihU. Score:
JeomphU. AB.B.B. P.A. L. Rock.
AB.R.B. P.A.
^hadb'e.cf
40000 Wares, si 5 0 2 1 4
.
Heinlu'y.rf 41 000 Starr.. 2b.. 3 I 0 1
Knlsely. It B 0 1 0 0 Jacobsou.rt B 6 1 4
Walsh, Sb, * • 1 13 Klrby, rf.. 8012
Paule'e.Ip 5 1 1 12 0 Ruinler, e. 3 0 0 a
Stark, si. 4 1 1 3 3 Jaulzeu,, If 4 0 1 I
S Covin'll, Ib 3 1 2 12
Midkiff 2b S 0 1
«».-., v... 3 1 1 0 2 Olbnon,' ill 2 (I 0 2
Kuel,
Merrltt. u 3 0 0 0 S Manning,3b 4 1 00
— — — — —Hoff, p... 3 0 0 2
Totals. 36 4' 030 16
Totals.. 35 3 73015
Memphis .....010020000 1—4
l.ltlle Hock ..000030000 0—3
Errors—Paillette. Stark 2, Wares 2. Starr.
Two-base hit—Klrhy. Three-base hit—Midkiff.
Stolen bases—Heiuingway 2.
Sacrifice hits—
Starr, Hoff, Rumler, Midkiff, Merrltt.
Struck
out—By Hoff ,-,, Merrltt 5. First on balls—Off
Hoff 3. Merritt 3. Hit by pitcher—By Merritt
2.
Time—I.5").
Umpires—Kerln and Breltenstein.
MOBILE AT BIRMINGHAM, APRIL 22.—
Derrick's single to left field, which McDowell
let roll past him with the buses full Iu the
fourth inning, gave Birmingham three runs,
enough to defeat Mobile for the fourth straight
time. The gnme wns the best played during the
•erles. Four fast double plays killed all of Mo­
bile's attempted rallies. Score:
Mobile.
AB.R.B. P.A. Birmi'm.
AB.R.B. P.A.
2 3 0
11 0 Cnton. cf. L'
McDow'l.lf 4
McDon'd.Sb 3
0
2 3
Whalen,2b 4
Clnrk. 2b. 4 1
4 4
10 0 Clark.
Burke, cf. 3
Carroll, If. 3 0
1 0
SWUrilHI.lb 4 0 2 10
l.iudsav, ss 4 1
3 1
Schmidt, c 2 0 10
Derrick. Ib 3 0
7 1
Brom'h. 3b 4 0 0 0
O'ltou'e, rf 3 0
2 0
Dobard. ss 4 0 0 1
7 4
•Wllcox, rf 3 1
0 0 Hauser, c. .3
0 2 Black, p
04
Moore, p. 3 0
Totals. 31 2 9*2412
Totals.. 27 4 82715
Mobile ........... 1 I) 0 0 0 0 1 0 0—2
Birmingham ..... 0 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 I—t
F.rrors—McDowell. Swaclnn, McDonald 2.
Two-base hits—Cuton, Derrick. Three-base hit
— Whaleu.
Home ruu—Wilcox.
Stolen base—
Cftton.
Double plays—Black, Hauser, Derrick;
Bauser, Clnrk: I.lndsny, Derrick: Black, Clark.
Derrick. Sacrifice hit—Black. First on balls—
Off Black 2, Moore 4. Hit hy pitcher—By Black
1. Struck out—Hy Block If. Moore 7. Time—•
1.35. Umpires—Bernbard and Rnddcruam.
NKW OHLKANS AT ATLANTA, APRIL 22.—
By bunching hits in the sixth, seventh and
eighth Innings, New Orleans won from Atlanta
anil evened up the series. Long drives featured
the contest, Lennox, for Atlanta, and Alllsou
and Stansbury, for New Orleans, smashing out
triples. Although the local team made as many
hits—ten—as the visitors, they, were unable to
get more than two runs. Score:
V. Orle's. AB.R.H. P.A. Atlanta.
AB.R.B. P.A.
Massev, ss
2 1 0 3 Thrasher.rf
4 3 0
Allison, cf 2
2 1 McMH'n.ss :j
0 3 1
Stans'y,3b 4 1
2 4 Mayer.cf.lb 3
1 S 1
EiMnon'n.rf 4 II
", 1 McDon'd.lf 3
fl 1 0
Sylves'r.lf 4 I 2 0 (I Lennox, 3b 3 0 1 2 0
Knaupp,2b 4 1 o 4
Munch. Ib 2 0 010 1
Bluhm. Ib 4 0 1 11
Moran. cf. 1 0 0 1.0
Debcrry, c 4 1 1 2
Perkins. c. 4
2 2*2
Dllllnger.p 4 1 1 1 5 flamnler, 2b 3 0 118
— — — — - - Perry, p. 40 118
Totals. 35 7 1027 15
Totals.. 31 2102716
New Orleans ...,1 0 0. 0 0 2 2 2 0—7
Atlnnta ......... l 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0—2
I'lrrors--Munch, Gagnier, Perry.
Three-base hits- Lemiox, Allison. .Stansbury.
First on balls—off Dillinger 4. Perry 4. Stolen,
bases—Lenno.x. Mcllotiald.
Sacrifice hits—Mc­
Mlllan. Mi-Donald. Sylvester. Allison 2. Double
plnys—Dilliriger, Bluhm:
Kdmondson
Bluhm
Wild pitch—Perry. Time—1.4S. Umpires—Pfenclniter ami Williams.
NASHVILLK AT CHATTANOOGA, APRIL 22.
—Audreeu atft-stid NaihtlUn clnfl«-uaad«d tvhta
he hit home runs over the left-field fence In the
Chattanooga's and Mart na's third of the present
season. Score:
Nashv'e. AH.R.B. P.A. Rl-\ttn'a. AB.R.B. P.A.
Lee, cf... 3 0 0 0 0 F.Nich'n.lf 32110
Sheehan,2b 40013 Pitler. 2b 4 1 2 P. 4
Baker, rf. 3 0010 Harris, Ib. 4 1 1 10 1
Willia's.lf 41130 Hyntt, rf.. 3 0 2 0 fl
Kauff'n.lb 3 0 013 0 Grnff, 3b. 4 0 2 1 3
Kores, 3b 4 0 1 1 3 O.Nich'n.cf 30020
F.llam, ss. 3 0 1 3 3 Smvkal. ss 3 0 fl (t 2
Street, c. 2 0 0 2 3 Andreen, c 4 2 2 n 1
Marshall, c 00000 Martina, p 4 0 0 1 3
Frost, p. . 3 00 0 4
Totals.. 32 61027 14
Totals. 29 1 3 24 10
0 0 0 0 0 fl 0—1
C/hnttanonjrn ...... 1 1 040000 X— 6
Errors — Kllam 3.
Two-base hit— Willianis. Home runs — Andreen
2.
Stolen liflses — Kore s. F. Nicholson. Pitler.
Harris. Sacrifice hits— Smykat. Kiinffmnn. Douhie plays — Frost, Stree t, Kaiiffman: Frost, Kllam, KaufTman. First on balls— Off Mnrtlnn 3
Frost 1. Struck out — By Martina n, Frost 1.
Umpires— Hart and O'T jole. Time— 1 .40.
GAMES FLAYED E1UNDAY, APRIL It
LITTLE ROCK AT JrlE-MPHIS, APRIL 23.—
Clevi r base running ).v Sturk ond Midkiff,
O'Oell's error nnd a wil 1 pitch by Klrby enabled
Memphis to pile up run H In two innings and defeat Little Hock. Kerr backed up by faultless
fielding, never was in s ^rlous trouble. Score:
L, Rock, AB.R.B. P.A. Memphis. Alt. K.It. P.A.
Wares, ss. 3 1 0 3 1 Chadb'e, cf 4 0 0 .'! 0
Stair, 2b. 4 II 0 1 2 Hem'y. Ib. "i 0 .2 14 1
Jacobson.cf 40130 Knlsely, If. 2 1 1 2 0
Klrbv. p.. 4 0 1 0 3 Wfllsh, 3b. 20003
Rumler.rf 30110 Stark, ss.. 3221 3
Clbson. c.. 4 0 0 7 f< VHdklff. 21) 4 2 1 0 2
Jautzen, If 4 1 2 1 0 Sharman, rf .': 0 1 1 0
Covln'n. Ib 4 0 1 7 2 Wallace, c. 30050
O'Uell, 3b 3 0 0 1 0 Kerr.j p . . . • 4 0 1 1 3
Totals.. 33 ~2 024 8
Totals.. .10 5 827 12
000010 0—2
300000 x— 5
Bn-oi'B— O'Dpll 2.
Two-base hits — llemln gway, Shnrman. ThreeSacrifice bits- -Shnrman.
base hit — Covlngton.
Kulselv. Walsh. Stolen hoses— Starl; 2. Mldklff
2, Wallace. Sliarmiin. Dtmblc play - -Covliigtoti.
Wares. Wild pitch— Kl rbv. First on balls -(In*
Kirhv .3, Kerr 2. Striu- i nut— Uy Klrbv -li. Kerr
4. illt by pitcher— By Kirb.v 1. Time— 2.00.
Umpires — Breiten.-teln u ud Kerln.
ATLANTA AT NI'W ORLEANS, APRIL 23.—
Bunched hits In the fir <1, th'th nud seventh Innlugs brought in elioug i runs for New Orleans
to defeat Atlanta. Diiy was Ineffective nnd wild
and the Pelicans hit tl i- ball to all eo'ners of
the field for extra basi s. Score:
Atlanta.
AB.R.H. P.A. N.Orleans. AB.R.B. P.A.
Thnisher.rf r. 0 2 1 0 Mussev, ss. .1032 2
Mc.MI'n, ss 3 1 1 0 .1 Alllson. ef. 3 3 '2 1 0
Mayer, If. 4 2 2 1 0 St:llisb'y,::b 31 133
Mclton'd.cr 40122 Kdiuon'n.rf 4 ' 3 2 2 0
Lcnnox, 3b 4 1 0 1 3 Sylve«ter,lf 422 3 0
Munch, 1b. 4 1 1 15 0 Knaupp. 2b 3 1 0 0 0
Pellilns. c. 4 1 2 1 3 Bliibm, Ib. 4 2 2 10 0
Gngnler.2b 40121 Hlrglns, c. 4 1 2 11 1
Duv, p... 3 00 1 5 Weaver, p. 3 0 1 0 4
•Moran .. 1 0 1 0 0
Total*. . 38 13 15 27 10
Krror — Mussey.
000004 fr- 6
New Orleans .... (1 0 0 0 2 0 fl 0 1—13
Two-base hits— McDon aid. Mussey. I'dtnondson
2, Alllson 2, Bluhm. Three-base hits — Mayer.
Perkins, Sylvester, sncr flee hits — McDonald. McMlllan. Alllson. Stansbn ry. Weaver. Stolen ba*e
— Uliilnn. Struck out-­ liv Dav 2, Weaver 3.
First on balls— Off Da> 4, WeaOr 2. Hit by
pitcher— Ky Weiiver 1, )ay 1. Time— 1.55. Urnplres — Pfonnluger and 1 lerubard.
CHATTANOOGA >T VASHVII.LE, APRIL 23.
— Andreen w:is the only Clinttnnooga player able
to connect safely nit
Rovers' delivery and
Nashville had no troiib e winning. Not a visitlug runner reached th! rd bast.Marshall was
wild In the sixth an 1 seventh innings, nnd
bunched hits snd poorl.t handled bunts enabled
the locals to score five runs Iu the two Innings.
Score:
Nathvlll*. AB.R.B. P.A. Chatta'a. AB.R.B. P.A.
Lee, cf.. . r, 0 I 0 (l I'.Xlch'n. If 4 0 0 3 0
Sheehan.2b 40212 Pitler. 2b.. 4 O 0 1 2
Baker, rf. . 4 1 1 0 0 Harris. Ib. 3 0 0 11 0
V. illiams.lf 3 0 2 5 0 Hyatt, rf.. 3 0 0 0 0
Kiuff'n. Ib 4 2 1 C 0 Uraff, 3b. .30000
Kores, 3b. 3 1 2 1 1 O.Nich'n.cf 20000
Kllam. ss. 2 1 1 3 3 Smykal. ss. 3 0 0 4 4
Street, e.. 3 0 1 22 Andreen. e. 3 0 1 52
Rogers, p. 3 0 0 0 1 lojne, c.. 0 0 0 0 1
Marshall, p 2 0 0 0 3
Totals.. 81 ~6 11 27 9 Karr, p... 00001
* Powers. .V 1 0 0 0 0
Totals. . 28 0 1 24 IS
•Batted for Ktrr In t Inth inning.
Nashville ........ 0 0 000320 x— r,
Chattanooga ..... 0 0 000000 0—0
Two-base hit — Kores. Sacrifice hits — Sueehan,
Williams, Kllam. Stole n bases— Lee 2. Baker,
Williams, Kores. 0. N'l -holson. Struck out— Bv
Rogers 2, Marshall 3. F Irst on balls— Off Rogers
1, Marshall 2. Hit by pitcher— By Marsball 2.
Hits -Off Marshall 10 Ir 7 lunlnju. Time— 1.45,
Umpires-— Kudderham an d Hart.
BIRMINGHAM AT M<JBILH, APRIL 23 (P. M.
and P. M. )--CoTlliKtou outpltcbed Grimes and
Mobile outfielded tke li aroiis. but Mole.sworth's
men haft all the luck und won. Double plays
klll-.-d Mobile's chauces to stvre. Score:
Mobile.
AB.R.B. P.A. Birmi'm. AB.RiB. P.A.
McDow'l.lf 60020 C-aton. cf . .41 130
Whalen.2b 40224 McDon'd.Sb 20122
Burke, cf. 4 1 1 4 0 Clark, 2b.. 31132
Swucma.lb 4 0 2 T2 0 Carroll, If. 4 0 0 2 0
Schmldt. (-4022 1 l.indsav. ss 4 0 0 0 .1
J'f'in'li. 3h 3 1 1 0 2 Derrick. Ib 4 1 190
Wllcox, rf 4 0 0 2 » O'Ron'e, rf 3 0 0 1 o
Uvbard, u 3 0 1 S 2, Smith, c... S « • 7 2
Covin'n, p 2 0 1 0 llC.rimes, p.. 3 0 0 0 2
——
•Harris ..10000
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Totals.. 30 3 42713
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Tctals.. 34 2 1027 10 •
F.rrors — Wiiulen, Swac na, Clatk, Llndsay, Ucrrk-li.
•Bnttert for Covlngton In ninth inning.
Mobile.
...... 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0—2
Uli-.-illiEhnm ...... 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 O 0—3
Three-base hit— Clnvk. Two-base hits — Whalen.
C.-lt'in. Sacrifice hits— Bromwioh. McDonald. Dou­
ble plnvn— Smith, Cliii-k: Llnd'ay. Clark, Der­
rick: (anoll. Smith, McDomUd. Struck out— By
Covlnston 2 Grimes li. First on halls — off CovlnK'.L>n 2. Grimes 2. Wild nltch— Grimes. Time —
1.;V». Umpires — Williams and O'Toole.
Five runs in t'x- second Inning won the sec­
ond Kiii'Je. Ms ('lurk* iltllnit u home run wit")
two men on Inisi-s during the rally, llolmquist
nlti-b»il stindj ball. Score:
Mobile.
AB.R.H. P.A.I Birmi'm. AB.R.B. P.A.
M'Dow'l If 2102 (ICnt'in. ef. . 40140
Wlialen 2h 2 1 1 4 0 Mcl)on'd.3b 21102
Kurkc ,-f. 3 1 1 2 OiD.Clavk. 21i 3 0111
Swiiciiin.il) :: 1 2 7 0|('n roll. If. 4 1 1 1 0
X.cijrke.e 3114 Oil.ii.dsay. ss .", 0 1 1 r,
Rrom'li. 31. :i 1 1 o 2 Derrick. Ib 4 0 (l 7 0
Dolmrd, ss 3012 30'Rou'e, rf 3 0 0 0 fl
Wilcox rf. .'! 000 0 'Smith ... I 0 0 0 fl
Holmq't, p 3 00 0 4|llauser. e.. 2 0 1 4 0
. _ — ---IMIIler, p.- 0 O'O 0 0
Totals 2."i (i 721 9 Johnson, p. 1 00 0 0
Ponder, p. 1000 (l
Totals. . 28 2 li 18 rt
Errors -Mellowell. Burkf, Bromwlcb, Wilcox,
Holmqi'lst, McDonald,
•lintteil for O'liourko In seventh Innln?.
c, ime cnlled end sett-nth by ngrecnient.
Mobile
........ 1 0 5 0 0 0 x — 0
Home run— N. Clc.rke. Two-lmse lilts— Whalen,
Burke. McDonald. Sacrifice hits - Wliulen. l.inds.iv. lilts— Off Miller ."'. with 2 runs In 2 13 In­
ning"' .lohnson 2. with 4 runs in 2-:'. Inning.
Struck out -By llolmnu st 4. Ponder 4. Fl'st cm
bulls- off Holliliinlst 4. Miller 1. Passed ball —
Hnuser. Time— 1.23. I'mplres— O'Toole and Wil­
liams.
GAMES PLAYED MONDAY, APRIL 24
BIRMINGHAM AT ATLANTA, APRIL 24.—
A double steal by l.atitte and Thrasher, three
singles and Maver's triple in the third inning
gave Atlanta The big end of the score with
Birmingham. Birmingham scored its lone run In
the fourth, when Clark, Carroll und O'ltourke
singled. I.atitle struck oct seven Barons. Score:
Biimim. Alt. It. B. P.A.I Atlanta.
AB.lt. B. P.A.
(.'atoll cf. 3003 0 Ihiasher.rf 311 ."> 0
McDo'd 3b 2 0 1 2 2 Mi-Mil'n. ss 4 1 1 4 3
Clark, 21). 41112 Mayer, cf. 41210
Carroll, If 4 0 1 2 0 Ui-Uon'd.lf 3 0 2 0 0
I.lndsay, ss 4 0 0 3 4 .c/ir.o.x, 3b 4 0 0 2 2
Derrick, Ib 4 0 fl 8 1 Munch. Hi 4 0 1 7 1
O'Rou'e.lf 3020 0 Perkins, .c 4 0 0 8 2
Smith c.. 3 0 1 !> 0 "ugnler, 2b 4 0 2 0 2
Perry'n, p 3 0 0 0 2 -atitte, p. 3 1 0 0 2
•Uouser.. 10000
~~~~~~'~Z
__ — _— Totals.. 33 4 92712
Totals. 31 1 02411
•Batted for Perrymao In ninth Inning.
Birmingham .... 00010000 0—1
Krrors— I.lndsay. Lennox.
Two-base hit - McD>n:il<l.
Three-base hit —
Mover. Stolen bases - LaUtte, Thrasher. MoMll3. First on balls -Off Perryumu 2. I.afltte .1.
Double play --Derrick L mlsay. Derrick. Time —
2.12. Umpires— O'Toole nud Williams.
NEW ORLHANS AT MOBILK, APRIL 24.—
Thomas, pinch hitting in the siith Inning, drovl
in two runs -with a triple, giving New Orleans
enough runs to beat Mobile in the first game of
the series. Mobile had u lead of six runs In the
first two innings, but Ledbetter's wildness,
coupled with hits, enabled tbe visitors to over­
come this lead. Score:
Mobile.
AB.R.B. P.A. N.Orleans. AB.R.B. P.A.
McDow'l.lf 21110 lassey, ss. 3 1121
Whalen, 2b 3 2 2 1 U 'Thomas.. 10100
Burke, cf. 30110 Vlllson. cf 2 0 0 3 1
Swaclna. Ib S fl 1 10 1 Jtansb'y.Sh 31112
Clark, c.. 3 1 fl 1 1 •'•"•-'n.rf 21110
Schmldt. c 0 0 0 1 0|Sylvester, If 3 2 2 1 0
Brom'h. 3b 31100 »aii|.p, 2b 3 1 0 3 0
Dobnrd, ss 2 0 1 3 3 '.luhm. Ib. 3 2 2 3 1
Wilcox. rf 3 1 130 De-berry, c. 2 2 0 4 2
I.edbet'r, p 2 0 1 0 1 -irnlth, p.. 3 0 0 0 1
Errors—Shannon, Stark 2. Wright. Three-basa
hit—Kllam.
Sacrifice
hits—Midkiff,
Street,
Krob. Stolen base--Lee. Wild pitcbea—Krob 2.
l-'irst on balls—Off Kroh 2. Wright 2. Struck
out—By Kruh 2, Wright 2. Time—1.40. Vatpires—-Brritcusteiu and Pfenninger.
CHATTANOOGA AT LITTLE ROCK, APRIL
24. — With Little Rock runners on every base, one
of Kranp's spit-balls eluded catcher Audreen,
of Chattanooga, in the tenth inning and Coyiagton scored the run that won for Little Rock. The
game was full of hnrd hitting. Score:
L. Beck. AB.R.B. P.A.|Chatta'a. AB.R.B. P.A.
Wares, ss 5 1 1 2 4 l-'.Nich'n.lf 01320
O'Uell.' :)b 4 1 2 2 2 ,'itler, 2b. ft 3 2 5 3
Walker, If 4 2 3 1 O 1 (arris, Ib 5 2 2 8 2
Jacobs'n.cf 4023 0 'vntt. rf. 5 0 3 3 fl
Rnmler, c 3 1 1 4 0 Elberfeld.ss 40222
Kirby, r(. 5014 Ij-Smykal, ss 0 0 0 0 0
Covin'n.lb 5 2 2 IS 0| ••->• :fb. -10020
Starr. 2b. 4 1 10 llO.Nich'n.ef 50011
Couch'n. p .1 0 1 1 3IAndreen, c 5 1 1 5 3
-iGlbson ..1010 OJAllen, p... 1 0 1 0 1
— — — — ~j, Karr. p... 1 0 « 0 0
Totals. 38 8 15 30 I 1 Martina, p. 0 0 0 0 1
I v.app, p.. 2 0 0 0 1
I Totals. 42 7 lT'28 14
•One out when winning run wns scored.
vllattrtl fo;- Coucbman in tenth inning.
Little Rock ..003013000 1—S
Chattanooga ..1 00003300 0—7
Errors—Walker, Stnrr, Martlnn.
Two-base hits—Jacobson 2, Walker, Covington.
Tlree-basi- hit—Couchman.
Home run—Pitler.
Stolen base—F.lherfeld. Sacrifice hits—.lacobson,
Couchmaii, Klberfeld. Craff.
Double plays—
Ki-l.'.v. Covington: O. Xicholson, Pitler. Hits—
Olf Alien :< iu 2 1-3 Innings. Karr 2 in 2 2-3 in­
nings: Mnrtina 4 in 2-3 inninp. Struck out—Br
CoHchninn 3. Kurr 1. Krnnp 3. First on balls—Off
Alien 3, Knrr 1. Krapp 2. Wild pitches—Alien,
Krapp. -Time-2.35. Umpires— Kerln and Hart.
GAMES PLAYED TUESDAY, APRIL 25
XKW OUI.I:AXS AT MOBILE. APRIL 2.1.--
Mo,:re's wildness in the fifth, when he walked
tluec and hit one. coupled with two hits, gave
.New Oilenns tile second game of the series with.
Mobile. There was much wrangling by players,
of Iwlli te.-ims over a decision of Umpire Rudderham in the fifth inning. Score:
Mobile.
AB.R.B. P.A. N.Orleans. AB.R.B. P.A.
MeDn'll. If 4 0 0 2 1 Thomas, ss 2 1 0 2 0
Vunleli. 2b 3002 4!Alllson, cf. .10110
Burke, cf. 4010 0|stans'v. Sh 4 0 1 2 3
Swn.-lna.lb-!
0 Oil HEdmon'n,.......
rf 4 0010
Sehtnldt.
.--.--.401
SylTester.lf 3 0 0 1 <•
Ilrom'h, 3b
Dobard, ss
Wllcox, rf.
Moore, p...
Caver, p...
4 0 0- 1- -1
+ 1 1 3 4
40220
2 0 1 0 1
2 1 1 0-1
Knanpp, 2b 3 1 0 3 3
Kluhm, Ib. 4 0 0 10 0
DebelTT, c. 2 2 1 8 1
Walker, p. 2 1 1 1 1
Totals.. 27 & 427 14
Totals.. Sf. '2 727 1
Krn;rs—'1 hoinas, Stansbury, Rnaupp.
Mobile ........... 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0—2
NI-W Orleans. ..... 00004010
0—5
Home runs—Cavet. Deberry. Two-base hit—
Wilcox. Stolen bilsc—Knnupp. Double plays—
Dobiml, Swnclna; Stansbury, Bluhm. Hits—Off
Moore ^ in r, innings. Struck out—By Moore 4,
Caret 2, Walker (I. First on balls—Off Moore 5,
Cavet 1. Wild pitch—Walker. Hit by pitcher—
—By Moore 1. Walker 1. Time—2.00. Umpires—
Rudderliun. ami Uernhard.
BIRMINGHAM AT ATLANTA, APRIL 25.—
Seven hits and seven runs In the seventh Inning
made Atlanta's victory over Birmingham itn easy
one. The Incals worked the bat overtime, gath­
ering 1C hits off of Johnson's delivery, wlill*
S'-ott Perry held Birmingham to three hits.
Score:
Birmi'm. AB.R.B. P.A.[Atlanta.
AB.R.B. P.A.
Caton, cf.. 4001 0 Thrasher.rf 41220
McDcn'd.31) 4 0 0 1 slUoMll'n, ss 4 1 2 R 2
Derrick. Ib 4 0 110 OIMaver. cf.. R 1 1 S 0
Clark. 2b. 3011 3!Mcbon'd, If 5 1 3 2 0
I.lndsay. ss 4 0 0 2 4 l.i-nnox, %. 31030
O'Rou'e. rf 2 0 0 3 11 Munch. In. .1 2 2 ft 2
Carroll, If. 3 0 II 1 0 Perkins. o.. S fl 1 B 3
Hauser, c. 2 .1 0 4 2 GaKnler, 2b 4 I 3 1 1
Johnson, p 3 0 I 1 7 Perry, p... 4 1 2 1 1
Totals.. 20 1 324201 Totals.. 33 91017 9
Frrn-s—Derrick, McDonald, Perkins, Perry.
Birmingham ......O'O 0 0 0 0 0 I'O_1
Atlanta .......... 00002070 x—0
Two-base lilts—Thrasher. Johnson. Three-base
hits—Mayer, Gagnler. Stolen bases—O'Rontke
Perry. Sacrifice hits—Mayer. McMlllan. Muncb,
Perkins. Hit by pitcher—Hy Perry 1. Double
plays—Undsay. Clark. Derrick: Johnson, Derrick.
Struck out—Uy Perry .", Johnson 1. First oa
balls—Off' Johnson 4. Perry 2. Time—2.25. Um­
pires-O'Toole and Williams.
CHATTANOOGA AT LITTLE ROOK. APRIL
2.".—Little Rock drove Martina from the box for
the second time In. two days, ran wild on the
bases, fielded brilliantly behind Leclalr, the for­
mer Federal Leaguer, and won from Chattanooga.
Harris' home run and Andreen's double following
Messenger's single accounted for the visitors'
run*. Score:
——— ——
Totals.. 2010 8188 X. Rock. AB.R.B. P.A.jChatta'a. AB.R.B. P.A.
Totals. 25 fl 0 21 13
Wares, ss. 4104 2lF.NIch'n. If 4 0 1 0 0
•Batted for Massey In sixth Inning.
O'Uell, ,".b 3112 OlPitler. 21)'.. 30023
lOume called, rain.)
Walker. If 4 0 1 3 O'llarrls, Ib.. 4 1 ? !> 2
Jacob'n. cf 4122 01 Hyatt. rf.. 3 0 0 1 0
New Orleans ............. 00124 3—10 Rumler, c 4 1 2 .1 fllGlberf'd, 88 3 0 0 4 1
Frrors — Swaclna, Mnssey, Alllson, Knaupp, Klrhy. rf.. 3 023 0|Oraff. 8b... 40021
Smith.
f'ovln'n. Ib 4 1 0 0 2 Messe'r, cf 4 1 1 2 0
Home run— Sylvester.
Three-base hlt» — Wll­
cox, Thomas. Two-base bit — Edmondson. Sac­
rifice bits — McDowell. Dobard. Smith Kdmondson. Stolen base— McDowell. Hits— off Ledbetter 4, with 4 runs iu 5 1-3 Innings. Struck out —
By Smith 4. Cavet 1. Flrtt on balls— Off Leabetter 7. Cavet 1. Wild pitches— Ledbetter 4,
Cavet 2. Time— l.St. Umpire— Bernhard.
NASHVILLE AT MEMPHIS. APRIL 24.— Errors by Stark and Wright, Kllam's hitting and
the masterful pitching of Kroh, were mainly re­
sponsible for Nashville's victory oter Memphis.
Kllam scored both Nashville runs. Kroh allowed
ouly three bits. Score:
NaahT'e. AB.R.B. P. A .! Memphis. AB.R.B. P.A.
Lee. cf... 5 0 1 1 OtSharman.cf 40010
Sheehan.2b 4023 SIHemln'y.rf 31120
Baker, rf. 4 0 1 1 01 Knlsely, If. ,1 0 0 0 0
Willia's, If 4 .0 0 3 OlWalsh. 3b. 4 0 1 1 4
KaufT'n.lb 4 0 0 14 1]Paulette.lb 4 0 0 10 1
Kores. 3b. 4 0 2 1 '4t-''ark. s«. 30131
Kllnra, ss. 3 2 2 1 fi|"|i«HrT. 2b 2 0 0 5 3
Streef, c.. 2 0 0 2 llWallaee, c. 3 0 0 5 2
Krnh, p.. 3001 2! Wright, p. 3 0 0 0 6
Totals. 38 2 8271«| Totnls.. 2S> 1 ~3 27 n
Nashville ........ O u 0000 1 0 1—2
MemyU* ........ 0 0 9 0 0 1 0 0 0— 1
Starr. 2b. 3 2 1 0 1 Andreen, c 3 0 1 C I
Leclalr, p. 4 0 1 2 4 Martina, p. 2 0 0 1 0
,arr, p.
10011
Totals.. 33 71027 9
—_ _ —_
Totals. .21 2 5 24 9
Errors—Covlnfton, P. Nlcholson, Andreen
Little Kock ...... 0 3 1 1 0 2 0 0 X—7
Chattanooga ......0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0—2
Two-base hits—Leclalr. Andreen. Home run —
Harris. Stolen buses—Starr 2. O'Dell 2. Klrby
Wares, Jacotwon 2. Sacrtnce hits—Kirbv, Pitler.
Hits—Off Martina 0, with 7 runs in (i" innings
Struck out—By Lei-lair n. Martina 2, Karr 2"
First on balls—Off Leclalr 2. Martina 3 lilt br
ptfher—By Martina 2. Wild pitch—Martina
Time-1.30. Umpires—Hart and Kerln.
NASHVILLK AT MEMPHIS. APRIL 2.1.—
The Volunteers helped themselves tnd tbe cbickasaws helped the Volunteers, and through their
own efforts and outside help. Nashville had little
trouble winning a ball game from Memphis It
wns the second time the V'ols licked the Chicks
Store:
MaihTille. AB.R B. P.A. Memphis. AB R B PA
Lee., cf... :t 0 0 1 0 ( hadb'e, cf 4 o'o' ]' 6
Sboehan.2b 4011 IJHem'y, rf. 4 0 1 1 n
Baker, rf. 3 0 (I 1 OiKnlse'ly. If 4 0 Of. n
vTiUhun»,U 4 1 1 « OlWateh, 3b. 4 • t 1 •
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