1919 Bacharach Giants

A Calendar, Including Newspaper Clippings, of the 1919 Bacharach Giants

1919 Bacharach Giants

Stories are placed in order of the date they appeared.

June 6, 1919

Darby, PA
"Hilldale Loses One - Could Not Locate Dick Redding and Bacharach Giants Win Easily - 'Cannon Ball' Dick Redding, pitching for the Bacharach Giants, of Atlantic City, had the Indian sign on the heavy hitters of Hilldale yesterday afternoon, when the midweek season was opened on the Darby grounds, and gave them a trouncing, the score being 9 to 2. Hilldale failed to register a hit until the fifth frame, when Reese pushed a single through short. All told the home boys garnere but five hits, two of which were of the scratch order. They scored their two tallies in the final frame on a base on balls to Roy Roberts, Bunny Downs' triple to left and a sacrifice fly by Reese to deep center, on which Bunny Downs wound up scoring for Hilldale."

June 8, 1919

Atlantic City, NJ
"Hilldale Beats Bacharach Giants - Atlantic City, New Jersey, June 8 (Special). - Bacharach Giants lost to the Hilldale club here today, 8 to 3, through their inability to connecto safely with Williams' benders at opportune times. The timely hitting of Johnson and Reese featured. The same teams play here tomorrow."

June 9, 1919

Atlantic City, NJ
"One for Hilldale - Darby Slugers Defeat Bacharach Giants by Rally in Eighth - Atlantic City, New Jersey, June 9 (Special). - Hilldale team, of Darby, Pennsylvania, played rings around the Bacharach Giants this afternoon on the local grounds. 'Cannon Ball' Redding, who has had the Hilldalers eating out of his hand for two games of this series of fie, was batted freely by the visitors and lost the fracas, 5 to 2."

June 10, 1919

Atlantic City, NJ
"Hilldale Wins in Eleventh - Atlantic City, New Jersey, June 10 (Special). - Hilldale took the lead in the series with the Bacharach Giants here today, winning in eleven innings, by 5 to 3. Doubles by Downs and Reese, a single by Lundy, and Allen's sacrifice fly netted Hilldale two runs and the game in the eleventh."

June 12, 1919

Atlantic City, NJ
"Wissinoming Walloped - Local Team Badly Licked by Bacharach Giants - Score 8 to 1 - Atlantic City, New Jersey, June 12 (Special). - The Bacharach Giants played real baseball here today, winning from Wissinoming, of Philadelphia, by 8 to 1. The feature stunt was Thompson's catch against the fence of Garrison's near home run in the third."

June 15, 1919

Atlantic City, NJ
"Cinch For Bacharach - Seashore Team Finds Davis All-Stars Easy Picking, Score 11 - 1 - Atlantic City, New Jersey, June 15 (Special). - Harry Davis' All Stars were easy pickings for Bacharach Giants here today, losing a one-sided contest 11 to 1. Redding pitched a grand game, fanning ten of the visitors and allowing but two hits. New York Ship plays here tomorrow."

June 16, 1919

Atlantic City, NJ
"New York Ship Loses - Camden Nine Goes Under to Bacharach Giants by 7-2 Score - Atlantic City, New Jersey, June 16 (Special). - New York Ship lost the first game of the series with Bacharach Giants played here today, 7 to 2. It was a hard fought game except in the seventh round, when the Giants got to Higgins for five counters, which netted them a victory. Same teams play here tomorrow, Chief Bender will twirl for the shipyard clan."

June 17, 1919

Atlantic City, NJ
"New York Ship Beaten - Atlantic City, New Jersey, June 17 (Special). - The Bacharach Giatns noed out New York Ship in a batting bee here today by 10 to 9. IN the third inning Sam Lennox drove out a homer to the left field fence, scoring his brother and Cashman, Dilworth drove in the winning run with a timely hit in the ninth, winning his own game. Bridesburg plays here tomorrow."

June 18, 1919

Atlantic City, NJ
"Bridesburg Blanked - Local Team Outclassed by Bacharach Giants; Score, 8-0 - Atlantic City, New Jersey, June 18 (Special). - The Bacharach Giants blanked Bridesburg here today, score 8 to 0. The Bacharach boys registered fourteen hits, every man in the batting order securing at least one safe smack. Johnson held the Bridesburg bunch to four scattered hits and never entered the danger zone."

June 21, 1919

Atlantic City, NJ
"Roxborough Loses - Bacharach Giants Find Visitors Easy Picking - Atlantic City, New Jersey, June 21 (Special). - Roxborough, of Philadelphia were easy picking for the Bacharach Giants here today, being swamped by the Shore boys, 8 to 3. Gatewood and Hutchingson excelled with some timely hits. The All-Americans play here Sunday."

June 22, 1919

Atlantic City, NJ
"Bacharach Giants Win - Easily Defeats All-Americans in Featureless Game; Score 9 to 2 - Atlantic City, New Jersey, June 22 (Special). - Bacharach Giants toyed with the All-Americans here today, lacing them 9 to 2. E. Lennox was the only visitor able to see Robert's curves. Pugh was the big man for the locals."

June 23, 1919

Atlantic City, NJ
"All-Americans Lose to Bacharach Giants - Atlantic City, New Jersey, June 23 (Special). - Although the All-Americans outbatted Bacharach Giants here today, Smith allowed seven passes, giving the game to the home team 6 to 1. Three successive hits in the second inning produced four runs. The Cuban Stars will play here tomorrow."

June 24, 1919

Atlantic City, NJ
"Cuban Stars Lose - Atlantic City, New Jersey, June 24 (Special). - Bacharach Giants downed the Cuban Stars in easy fashion here today, 10 to 2. Opportune hits by the Giants turned the trick, making eleven hits count for nineteen bases. Ben Taylor's hitting and John Henry Lloyd's fielding featured. Same teams play here tomorrow."

June 25, 1919

Atlantic City, NJ
"Giants' Streak Broken - Cuban Wallop Shore Nine by Run After Nine Wins in Row - Atlantic City, New Jersey, June 25 (Special). - After winning nine consecutive games the Bacharach Giants lost to the Cuban Stars here today by 4 to 3. A home run clout by Pitcher Swarez in the sixth inning with two on turned the trick. The same teams play here tomorrow."

June 26, 1919

Atlantic City, NJ
"Cuban Stars Forfeit - Refuse to Continue Game After Umpire Calls Time for Rain - Atlantic City, NJ, June 26 (Special). - One of the best played games this season staged here today finished via the forfeit route when Cuban Stars refused to play after the umpire had called time on account of rain at which time Bacharach giants had a runner sojourning on the keystone sack. Tom Williams and Lucas had twirled a sensational game each man having allowed but one safe hit. Bacharach Giants were awarded the decision 9 to 0."

June 27, 1919

Atlantic City, NJ
"Bacharach Giants Win - Atlantic City, New Jersey, June 27 (Special). - The Bacharach Giants won from the Pennsylvania Red Caps here today by 9 to 7. Bunched hits in the second and third innings turned the trick. Culver scored four runs for the Red Caps in the second inning with a home run clout over left field fence. The same teams play here tomorrow."

June 29, 1919

Atlantic City, NJ
"Logan Square Wins - Ad Swigler Holds Bacharach Gaints to Four Hits - Atlantic City, New Jersey, June 29 (Special). -Ad Swigler pitched a great game here today, handing the Bacharach their second defeat in the last fourteen games."

July 3, 1919

Atlantic City, NJ
Logan Squares at Bacharach Giants

July 4, 1919

Atlantic City, NJ
Logan Squares at Bacharach Giants

July 5, 1919

Atlantic City, NJ
Logan Squares at Bacharach Giants

July 6, 1919

Atlantic City, NJ
"No-Run No-Hit Game - Hubbard Pitches Perfect Ball, Toying with Logan Squares - Atlantic City, New Jersey, July 6 (Special). - Bacharach Giants made it a clean sweep of the series by blanking Logan Square, 12 to 0. Jesse Hubbard did not allow a hit or run and not a visitor reached second, four reaching first on free passes. Ad Swidler was hit to all corners for twenty-three bases, including two home runs."

July 7, 1919

Atlantic City, NJ
"Bacharach Giants Win - Atlantic City, New Jersey, July 7 (Special). - Strong stickwork enabled the Bacharach Giants to blank the Paterson Giants here today, score 8 to 0. The eleven locals' hits counted for fourteen bases. The same teams play here tomorrow."

July 8, 1919

Atlantic City, NJ
"Paterson Giants Blanked - Atlantic City, New Jersey, July 8 (Special). - Redding was in great form, shutting out the Paterson Giants, of Paterson, New Jersey, here today, 4 to 0, allowing them only two safe drives. Taylor's fielding featured, he accepted sixteen chances at first base without a slip."

July 9, 1919

Atlantic City, NJ
Brooklyn Royal Giants vs Bacharach Giants at Inlet Park all week

July 10, 1919

Atlantic City, NJ
Brooklyn Royal Giants vs Bacharach Giants at Inlet Park all week

July 11, 1919

Atlantic City, NJ
"Overbrook Outclassed - Bacharach Giants Wallop Local Team by 13-0 Score - Atlantic City, New Jersey, July 11 (Special). - By defeating Overbrook, of Philadelphia, via the shut-out route, Bacharach Giants completed fourty five consecutive innings without being scored on. Sam Johnson was in splendid form. Robinson being the only one of the alien clan who was able to solve his delivery. Final score, 13 to 0."

July 13, 1919

Atlantic City, NJ
"Chester Blanked - Atlantic City Giants Use the Paint on Boys From Shipyard Town - Atlantic City, New Jersey, July 13 (Special). - The Bacharach Giants registered their seventh straight shut out victory here today, defeating Chester by 2 to 0. Roberts pitched his usual heady game, allowing but three hits. The same teams will play here tomorrow."

Atlantic City, NJ
"Seventy-two Scoreless Innings - Atlantic City, New Jersey, July 15 - The Bacharach Giants won their eighth consecutive shut-out victory here yesterday, blanking Chester by 2 to 0."

Atlantic City, NJ
"Bacharach Still Going Strong - Atlantic City, NJ, July 14 - The Bacharach Giants registered their seventh straight victory here yesterday, defeating Chester by 2 to 0. Roberts pitched his usual heady game, allowing but three hits."

Atlantic City, NJ
"Bacharach Giants Win - Capture Eight Straight Games by Defeating Chester - Atlantic City, New Jersey, July 14 (Special). - The Bacharach Giants won their eighth consecutive shutout victory here today, blanking Chester by 2 to 0. Rube Foster's Detroit Stars will open a series of games here tomorrow."

July 15, 1919

Atlantic City, NJ
"Rube Foster's Detroit Stars will open a series of games here today."

July 16, 1919

Atlantic City, NJ
"Detroit Stars 6, Giants 3. Batteries - Crawford and Petway, Redding and Gatewood"

Atlantic City, NJ
"Bacharach's Streak Broken - Atlantic City, New Jersey, July 17 - After winning eight shut-out games in a row the Bacharach Giants lost to the Detroit Stars in ten innings here yesterday. Score, 6 to 3."

Atlantic City, NJ
"Detroit Stars Break Bacharach's Streak - Special to the Inquirer - Atlantic City, New Jersey, July 16 (Special). - After winning eight shut-out games in a row, the Bacharach Giants lost to the Detroit Stars in ten innings here today, score 6 to 3. The visitors, after tieing the score in the ninth, came across with a batting rally in the tenth, netting three runs and the game. Redding fumbled the ball in the second inning, allowing two runs to score."

Atlantic City, NJ
"Baseball Notes - The Detroit Stars handed the Bacharach Giants their first defeat in many days at Inlet Park yesterday, winning out 2 to 0. The Detroit crowd plays Hilldale today."

July 17, 1919

Millville, NJ
"Stars will be in Millville Line-Up - Helfrich, Lennox and White Among Newcomers Who Will Oppose Bacharach Giants. - Millville will oppose the Bacharach Giants tomorrow evening with a strong combination which should make the seashore wizards travel at a good clip. Helfrich, recently of the Springfield, Massachusetts New England League team, and Lennox, recently of the Jersey City International League, are a couple of speedy lads who will be on the local infield. Both are exceptional good men and have been hitting the ball hard. Lennox is a heavy clubber who is just likely to whale one in to the river as not. Charlie White, a catcher well known in this city, will be doing the backstopping. He was here several times with Logan Square but this season is at Parkesburg Iron. In fact it is said that he and Heffner are the two best catchers in and around Philadelphia. The contest will start a few minutes before 6 o'clock and should be one of the baseball treats of the year."

Millville, NJ
"Millville's Line-Up for Tonight's Game - Locals Will Present Stiff Opposition To the Bacharach Giants. - Everything is set for the Millville - Bacharach Giants baseball game at management has reinforced the first twilight game of the season and other contests will depend upon its success. In order to put up a stiff argument with the team that claims the colored championship of the world, the local team has considerably reinforced the Millville team and barring disappoints which are always possible, the following team will represent Millville this evening: Catchers, Mark or Heffner. Pitchers, Steinader and Steele. First base, Lennox. Second base, Helfrich. Short Stop, Ayau. Left field, Nelson, Centre field, Robinson. Right field, Seiferman. Extra men who will be available and who are counted upon as being good ball players able to go in at any time are catchers, Steelman and McFarland; general utility, Hogan. George Adams and Joseph Riley will be the umpires."

Millville, NJ
"Bacharach Start Winning - Millville, New Jersey, July 18. - The Bacharach Giants, of Atlantic City, outclassed Millville here yesterday, winning by 5 to 2."

Millville, NJ
"Millville Beaten by Bacharach Giants 5 to 2 - Millville, New Jersey, July 17 (Special). - The Bacharach Giants, of Atlantic City, outclassed Millville here today, winning by 5 to 2."

Millville, NJ
"Bacharachs Won Twilight Contest - Defeated Millville in Well-Played Game Last Evening. - The Score was 5 to 2. - Millville Had Big Chance to Win in Seventh But Failed in the Pinch. - Millville dropped the first game of the series to the Bacharach Giants of Atlantic City last evening by the score of 5 to 2. A great crowd witnessed the struggle and were well pleased with the performance. The two teams clash in the second game on the M.S.A.A. field Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Millville's miscues contributed largely in a Bacharach victory and Ayau was the conspicuous offender with Stenader also contribuing aid to the enemy on a couple of occasions. Ayau, generally the brilliant performer on the team, forgot himself on a couple of plays that important. In the second inning he failed to back up Helfrich on White's bad peg, giving Potts an opportunity to tally the first run for the visiting team, and in the second stanza he failed to cover second base when White threw perfectly in an effort to get Taylor. Because there was nobody there, Taylor continued on to third and eventually counted. Stenader's contributions were made in the second and ninth. They were similar. In each instance there was a Giant on third and one on first. The last named Allen attempted to steal second and Ray became puzzled as to how to get him. While he was wig-wagging between first and second the man on third raced home. It's an old play but was worked to perfection by the Giants. - Pitched Good Game - Ray Steinader pitched a fairly good game against the colored champions and had there been air tight playing, the visitors would have been shut out. He was banged about the lot for dozen safeties, one of which was good for three bases, gave two walks and plugged a man and as a matter of fact this sort of a combination is generally good for several tallies. Shively led the onslaught with three hits, all of them being bunts in front of the plate. He struck out four men. Charles White received Ray's offerings in excellent manner and smashed out a timely single when singles were most needed in the seventh. - Millville's Big Chance - Millville had a big chance to cop the contest in the seventh when Nelson opened with a scorching single to centre. Yost crashed a two sack wallop to left centre and Seiferman followed with a single that chased Nelson over. White banged a hit past short that counted Yost. Hogan attempted to sacrifice him to second and fanned and Stenader hit to Hutchinson who threw to Lloyd and he pegged to Taylor for a double and an end of the Millville rally. - The Giants Scores - In the second with two down Potts walked. George Shively beat out a bunt. Potts stole third and came on home when White threw badly to Helfrich. In the fourth Ben Taylor singled to left. He stole second and continued on to third when nobody covered second. Ernest Gatewood singled to right scoring Ben Taylor. Johnny Pugh was out. Helfrich making a spectacular one hand stop of his bounder. Chappie Johnson walked and started for second. Steinader attempted to get him and while he was thus engaged Ernest Gatewood scored. In the eighth Bill Handy lined to right. John Henry Lloyd hit sharply to left. Yost ran back and caught Ben Taylor's high fly. Ernest Gatewood singled advancing both runners. Johnny Pugh lefted a high fly back of first that Yost caught and pegged beautifully to White who missed Bill Handy as he crossed the plate. In the ninth, George Shively beat out a hit in front of the plate and stole second. He went to third on White's error, his peg to second going to centre field. Bill Handy walked and started for second. Steinader attempted to nab him but was fooled again. He threw badly to Ayau and George Shively scored."

July 18, 1919

Atlantic City, NJ
"Walks Ten, But Wins - Atlantic City, July 19. - Bacharach Giants blanked the Detroit Stars here yesterday, 1 to 0. Although Roy Roberts passed ten men, good support by his teammates saved the game."

Atlantic City, NJ
"Bacharach Giants Win - Muff at Plate Costs Detroit Stars 1-0 Game at Atlantic City - Atlantic City, New Jersey, July 18 (Special). - Bacharach Giants blanked the Detroit Stars here today, 1 to 0, although Roberts passed ten men, good support by his teammates saved the game. Pugh scored the only run in the seventh, when Bruce Petway dropped the ball at the plate."

July 19, 1919

Millville, NJ
"Hilldale Coming - The Bacharach Giants are scheduled to play in Millville this afternoon at 3 o'clock."

Millville, NJ
"Millville Trims Bacharach Giants - Locals Evened Up Series With Colored Wizards Saturday Afternoon. - The Score was 4 to 2. - Batting Rally Cmae in the Fourth and Was Aided by a Couple of Errors. - It stopped raining last Saturday afternoon just long enough to allow Millville to trim the Bacharach Giants in the second game of the series by the score of 4 to 2. Only seven innings were played because the Atlantic City team desired to catch a train to New York, they being billed to play a double header there on Sunday. Frequent downpours which came after dinner dampened the playing field badly and a gang of workmen found it a difficult task to get the field back into real good condition. However, the game was played and was witnessed by a crowd that filled the two stands. Spectacular fielding by both teams kept the crowd interested. Hutchinson grabbed everything that was hit in his direction with discouraging ease. In the fourth Peploski slammed a terrific drive at him. He got it with his bare hand. At that "Hutch" didn't have anything on our own third sacker. In the third Helfrich enacted the feature play of the performance when he stabbed John Henry Lloyd's scorching liner with his gloved hand and pegged to Yost for a pretty double. The play was a timely one and nipped a batting rally that had all the appearances of developing into somthing dangerous. 'Cannon Ball' Dick Redding was on the mound for the dusky athletes at the start of the game and his speed had the home talent looking bad at times. He pitched rapidly and that appeared to baffle the Millvillians to a disquieting degree. He gave way to Johnson after the fourth and then came the offensive that copped the contest. Three hits, two errors and a fielder's choice developed four tallies and that was sufficient. George Shively led the clubbing for the Bacharachs with a triple and a double. - How Runs Came. - With one down in the first, George Shively hit to the right center field fence for three bases. Robinson relayed the ball to Yost who threw wildly to Helfrich, allowing hi to continue on to the plate. In the third with one down, George Shively hit to left for two bases. He scored when Handy singled to left and was out a moment later when Helfrich grabbed John Henry Lloyd's line smash with one hand and thre to Yost. Millville's rally came in the fourth. Seiferman, first up, was safe when John Henry Lloy'd thre badly to first. Smith bunted and Bill Handy dropped Chappie Johnson's throw, both men being safe. Hopkins singled. Steinader bunted and was out, Ben Taylor to Bill Handy, who covered first. Seiferman scored on the play. Robinson singled over second chasing Smith and Hopkins over. Peploski hit to Hutchinson and was out at first. Yost singled past third, scoring Robinson, who had flinched third. Nelson whiffed, ending the inning."

Millville, NJ
"Millville downed Bacharach Giants at Millville Saturday. Score 4 to 2. Stenader twirled for the victors."

July 22, 1919

Atlantic City, NJ
"Giants Win In Twelfth - Cuban Stars Fade Away When Dick Redding and Bill Handy Go to Bat - Atlantic City, New Jersey, July 22 (Special). - One of the most sensational games of the season played here today resulted in Bacharach Giants defeating Cuban Stars in a 12-inning event, 2 to 1. Cannonball Dick Redding was the star, opening both the eighth and twelfth with a single. Bill Handy's two-base blow scored him with the winning counter."

July 23, 1919

Atlantic City, NJ
"Cuban Stars Defeated - Atlantic City, New Jersey, July 23 (Special). - The Bacharach Giants won the second game of the series from their old rivals, the Cuban Stars, here today, score 5 to 2. Four hits and an error in the eighth inning turned the trick. The same teams play here tomorrow."

July 23, 1919

Manhattan, NY
"Empey Has Fine Bill. - Tream 'Em Roughs Play Bacharach Giants Two Games To-day. The strongest semi-professional baseball card offered at Dyckman Oval, near the Dyckman street subway station, this season is scheduled for this afternoon. The Bacharach Giants of Atlantic City, with Spottswood Poles, Ernest Gatewood and Dick Redding in their lineup, will tackle the Treat 'Em Roughs in a double header. Dick Redding will pitch for the Jersey club. Guy Empey's outfit will have to be at its best to stop the Bacharach Giants, who have been listed among the topnotchers for years. The Bacharach Giants include the following players: Ernest Gatewood, catcher; Chappy Johnson, catcher; Ben Taylor, first base; Bill 'Prince' Handy, second base; John Henry Lloyd, shortstop, Fred 'Puggy' Hutchinson, third base; Spotswood Poles, left fielder; George Shively, center fielder; Johnny Pugh, right fielder; Dick Redding, pitcher; Roy 'Leroy' Roberts, pitcher; Jesse Hubbard, pitcher; Shang Johnson, pitcher."

July 25, 1919

Atlantic City, NJ
"7th Was Lucky for the Giants - Millville Lost Well-Played Contest at Inlet Park Yesterday. - Final Score was 5 to 1. - Millville held lead until Sixth and Lost in Seventh - Had big Opportunity in Ninth. - A collapse of the Millville defense in the seventh inning allowed the Bacharach Giants to tally three runs and win yesterday's game with Millville at Inlet Park, Atlantic City. The score was 5 to 1. The Millvillians held the lead until the sixth inning, having pushed a run over in the third that looked awfully good the way things were going. The lone tally came when Yim, after being hit with a pitched ball, advanced to second on Taylor's muff of Roberts' pet to catch him napping. Yost after fouling off half dozen finally fanned. Lennox beat out an infield hit and Nelson slammed one over short that chased Yim over. The run looked big enough to carry home as the big end of the score with Clancy going the way he was. Fred Hutchinson was the only giants who could do anything with his delivery and he dented it for three hits, one of which was a two-bagger: It came in the second inning and was hit over Yim's head. It was not a difficult chance for the spry outfielders but he lost the ball in the sun. - The Giants' Runs - The resort crowd obtained the run which tied the score in the sixth. George Shively by a great slide into first beat out an infield hit and was sacrificed to second. He went to third while Clancy threw out John Henry Lloyd. Ben Taylor singled to right scoring him. Hopkins stopped Ben Taylor's attempt theft of bag number two by a pretty peg to Seiferman. But the real damage came in the seventh. Johnny Pugh, the first man up, walked. Fred Hutchinson slammed a scorching bounder to the right of Yost. He almost pulled a spectacular one hand stop but the ball was too hot for him and both men were safe. Chappie Johnson bunted toward short and Clancy fell down fielding the ball. The bases were loaded when Roy Roberts hit savagely to Lennox who pegged to Hopkins forcing Johnny Pugh. Hopkins in an endeavor to complete a double play overthrew Seiferman, who covered first, and two runs came in. Spottswood Poles launched a fly to right field which Yim raced after and dropped, allowing Roy Roberts to count. The Giants got another run in the eighth. John Henry Lloyd singled to left and went to second when Hopkins dropped a ball. Hopkins' throw reached Helfrich in time to prevent him from stealing third but the latter failed to tag him. He counted when Clancy threw badly to first on Fred Hutchinson's roller. - Pitched Good Game - Jim Clancy pitched good enough ball to win. He had the dusky lads guessing all the time and with any kind of breaks would have won. He had a baffling assortment of curves and a puzzling chance of pace that kept the darkies guessing. Millville had a big opportunity in the ninth. Seiferman, first up, walked. Hopkins was hit by a pitched ball. Hogan, batting for Clancy, walked. Robinson flied out to right field. The fly was short and Seiferman after getting half way home, went back to third. In the meantime Hopkins had advanced to third and Hogan to second. In the mixup Seiferman attempted to get home and was nailed at the plate. Yost hit a terrific drive that Hutchinson scooped up with his eyes closed, ending the game."

July 26, 1919

Philadelphia, PA?
"Bacharach Giants Smothers Black Sox - Camden's fast-going Black Sox were smothered yesterday by the Bacharach Giants, the score being 9 to 0. The greatest crowd that has attended a game at Third and Erie streets this season turned out to witness the clash yesterday and while chagrined at the mauling give the home team were regaled with a splendid exhibition by the Giants. The batter used three pitchers and the best that Camden could gather was two hits.

July 27, 1919

Inwood, Manhattan, NY
"Here From Atlantic City. - The banner attraction of the season at Dyckman Oval, near the Dyckman street subway station, is offered for tomorrow afternoon. The Treat 'Em Rough club, organized by Guy Empey, will face the Bacharach Giants, from Atlantic City. In both games of a double header, Jimmy Clinton will pitch the second game for the home club. With Redding, Poles, and Gatewood among the visiting stars the Empey outfit will have its work cut out for it. Redding is scheduled to opposed Clinton in the feature."