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J BASEBALL EVENING EDITION 4
COMPLETE BASEBALL and SPORTING
tr RACING S SPORTS j I Circulation BooksOpen inAll I I a Circulation Books Open to AJ1l I I RESULTS EDITION ti
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Pt imloF fin ono
HU5SIANS AND JAPS
j HAS RAGED All nAY
1 Ste
f Immense Armies of Kuroki and Oku
1 Meet the Forces of Gen Kuropatkin
1 on the Liaotting Peninsula in What
Will Be a Decisive Engagement
IIi
I
i Togos Victory at Port Arthur Is Some
i what Discounted by Reports of In
I jury to His Fleet and Knowledge
that the Port Is 0 Not Sealed
0
v I3y Associated Press
I ST IKTKKSBUnG June 271128 A M DeBpatrlns icnivrd hew
from TaTcheKlau Indicate that both tho Russian and Japanese armIes are
j moving into contact for a great battle which ovon now may be In progrnss
Gen Kuropatkln yesterday assumed the offensive agaInst Gen Oku
while Gen Kuroki from a position fourteen miles to the eastward was
s moving against the Russian flank at Hal heng
l TATCHEKIAO between KolChou and Halohens Llaotung Penin
sula June 27245 A MA great battle seems to be Impending portion
j a of the Russian Army has assumed the offensive against the Japanese forces
Ii commanded by Gen Oku and It le reported that Gen Kuroki Is moving
l I along the Russian left flnnk against Halcheng I
According to a hlchplnced personage Gen KuroklB army Is stronf
k enough to take the offensive and he presumably Is anxious for a decisive
action before the ralna begin
1 Sharp firing was heard In the hills yesterday at daybreak and aeVere
t fighting Is rctyortpd IQ be n pro rebs neir fjift tillage of TonChtn
j ARE THE RUSSIANS GAINING
officer who galloped In ywtarday evening reported thalUi Russians
j wee gaining the upper hAnd and driving back the enemy This howeier
has not yet been confirmed
All day yesterday Russian troops were hurrying southward from Ta
TcneKlao and at nightfall battalions were continually moving out briskly
to tho accompaniment of their battle songs Clouds ot dust hung over the
marching columns and the chorus of the Infantry singers was occasionally
I interrupted by the rattle and clank of guns drawn at a smart trot and fol
f lowed by galloping squadrons of cavalry
It was a stirring spectacle to see the Russian army eagerly hastening
singing into battle The old battle hymns last heard In the Balkans ree
Bounded among the bills and valleys as with bayonets glittering In the set
ting sun the regimental colors were born majestically forward
l GUNS RUSHING TO THE FRONT
For hours after darkness fell over the scene one could Mill hear the
tattle of moving guns the creaking of commissariat wagons and the treat
z
of marching men while occasionally In place of the war songs of the soldiers
1
I diers homely melodies recounting the joys of village life which carried the
I f hilnds of the men back to their distant homes in Russia > echoed through the
I cot fir
t this Is filed news has reached here
r I Aa despatch that Gen KuroKI is
I archIng upon Halcheng
I l I Thero are very many military attaches and newspaper correspondents
here
I
I
r This engagement will probably Involve the full Japanese Torce on
I the Peninsula which was nearly 200000 men of all arms according to
I I the latest estimates The Russian armies me believed to be 160000
11 < strong The battln will undoubtedly decide the first stage ofthe cam
J paign and the tale ot the Rtuslamj both by land and sea
1
l iMAD DOG CAUSES
j J jpANIC IN SCHOOL
4
J
S
S Big St Bernard Chases Children
4 Upstairs and Bites Policeman
J
I in the Knee After a Fierce
11 Struggle
t Just aa three hundred children were
I all mbled In the plaY ground before
jubItc school No 1W at Hamburg ave
1tue and Cornelia street Wllllamsburg
1 bday a mad Sl Bernard dog dashed
in Cornelia street and made for the
I
Uirong of children
The dog was followed by a crowd of
1
men and boya yelling road dog mid
I Policeman Charles Luher of the Hum
ter avenu station who had been nt
Ifacted by the cries
I Turning In among the children the big
log shopped and barked at them scat
lerlns them In wild confusion Nona
however was bitten before Pollctman
Hi her came up and boat the dog off
i with his club
I I Half of the children ned for their
tomes and more than a hundred rushed
I tor the narrow wooden stairway leading
J IP to the claaarooma of the school
t I After Policeman Luher attacked the
1 luff with his club the animal rushed at
I ifC the fleeing children up the stairway
Luherlllttmpted to head the > dog oft
t thereupon the St Bernard turned on
J ilm and seized the pollcemnns knee In I
kU i t Mh Inflicting a deep wound LUb r
4
f
I
then drew his revolver and succeeded In
killing the dog after firing three shots
The policemans clothing wall lorn and
his knee badly lacerated Re aiimmnnrd
I nn ambulance and WItS taken to Bl
Catherines Hospital Of the InO chil
I dren who ned from the dog to their
homes none returned lo school
i EASTERN LEAGUE
Ii MONTREAL AT JERSEY CITY
Montreal II II II i I I n Z11
I Jersey ritv X u 0 2 ft o 1 x 13
natt rlei rernv Athnrton and Gui
inn Thlelman Pfsnmlller and Dillon
BUFFALO AT BALTIMORE
Buffalo 1 l oooooo i s
Hiiltlmnre 1 0 2 0 0 0 n 7 10
Batteries Jones and Shaw Wlltsa
and Robinson
TORONTO AT PROVIDENCE
Toronto 1 0 nOli ft o n 1 2
Providence 1 0 1 0 1 3 0 0 4
Batterlea FYiulkenberK and Itaub I
Puttmnn nnd Bevllle
I
nOQHERMJH AT NEWARK
Rochester I I II 0 I II 0 n 0 o I
Nowark C 0 GOO c 3 41 1113
UatterlesJLeary and McAuly Wolfe
and Shea
EASTERN LEAGUE STANDING
Won Lost P C I
Buffalo 31 14 ret
Jersey City a IP roM
Baltimore 1 K 30 ris
Newark a M 4119
Toronto 22 M 458 I
Montreal to 34 435
Providence 21 25 47
Rochester U 33 281
Sunday World Wants Work
j Monday Morning Wonders
I
HIGHLANDERS 8
CHAMPIONS 4
Jack Powell Pitches Great Ball
in Second Game at the Hub
I and Had Locals in Hand from
the Start
HIHIArPlme
H u PO A E
foIJlhert If S 3 I 0 0
Reeler rf I I n D
WIIlfms 211 II 2 0 II 0
Anderson ct I 2 F e o
Oanr I Ib 2 I 12 II 0
rcGhlre c 1 1 4 0 0
Coro rh II I 2 4 1
Oeleen a 0 0 II 4 41
Powell P C 0 II 4 0
Tnlle I IB r 12 1
BOSTON
n11POA
8tnhl cf 1 1 2 0 ci
CcIhirs 3b 0 I I 4 0
lereenutn rf II 0 1 II O
Parent cc 0 I n 1 II
OeIlI If 0 0 A n 0
IAlrhAncelb 0 0 14 0 0
Ierri 2b 1 I I 3 0
foTNlIJ r 1 0 2 0
Tannebtil D I 1 111 I
Totals 44 r 3 0
STORK BY INNINGS
Highlander 2 0 o 3 1 001 t4
Boston OftOlOOOX H
First base on bulls Off Puwell 2
off Tamiehlll 2 Struck oiitBy Ppwall
J byfTannehlll t Home TiinwOanxel
Throobase hlta Anderion Ketleri
Twobase Tilts Stnlil WIlHams TnnnM
hill DoirKhcrty Sacrifice hltoCnroy
I Keeler 1 Pa sert bAllFarrell 1
Umpire Sheridan Attendance 9000
I Special to The Kvtnlnx Woii
BOSTON June 7Jllck Powell
pitched great ball today and hart the
locals woil In hand from start to flnlah
while Tnmnohlll wa ajiy foil he wee
batted with comparative eaae Dough
ijrty again came In for a deal < Jfi at
tention and kept up the streak of bati
ting h8hlI set since lie Joined he
team Oinxela homer wan a feature
aa were the trlpplea of Heeler nnd Mcr
dulre CKeeler tatted In greet niiape
FIt Innlna
DoughertyaI saVeon Parent fumt
bl < 0 fh hIs hard Utter Keeler hit to
abort rl htfl ia Doughmy olni tol
neeorid Wulfama out Tannehlll to T < a
ohanc Atrfenqn alnnled to rtKht seer
inr DpuAtrr land n 1e 4er j 0MIM
fanned Anderson nut trying tolrtI
second LWU RUNS
Stahl walked Colllna fanned Fete
mnn fanned StaW out trying to ate
aecond NO1tJNSt
I Beyond lanlnft r I
Colllna rnsdeii pretty atop off Me i
Ovilro and < got hillman at first Con
roy out Tannehlll to IJichanc Oo
teen fanned NO RUNS
Parent out Orteen to OaniH lONell
out Conrov totQanael Inohance tllfd
tn Oonrwy NO RUNS
1 hint Inning
Powell out Parent to Laoliaiire
DoiiRhert ted to ONell Kee1 r mt
safe on n bunt to Collins William
fanned NO RUNS
Ferrli filed Anderson Fnrrrll out
Conroy to OanaeJ Tannehlll tiled tn
IVugherty NORJN S
Foparib Inning
Anderson hit to left for three bases
OanziS walked Mcdulre singled tfi
right cooling Andermm tend Oaniel
Conroy out c Tannehlll tot irhajico
Oateen fanned MoUuIre acored on n
pajnort ball Powell lied to fltihl
TJTrtEE RtTNS
Htahl singled Colllna singled to can
tre > and stnhl went lo third Freeman
fouled to MeQulre Parent filed to
Ke lcl and fitulil acorvd on the > v
ii ONell out to Anderaon ONE
RUNS
S Plftb Inning
UouRhorty singled to right field I
ecler out Colllnn to Lachancr will
turns singled to left Dougherty scored I
Anderson fouled o charce Onntol
flied to Ijichnnre ONE RUN
Laehance OIK Oxlwn to tInned
Verne penned to nnnzel F rrell then
anne1 NO RlNH
Hhlth analnir
McOuIre out Colling to 1nrhnnci
Conro singled 10 right field Oatwn
fouled out Tn lanhanc FowcTtl hit ui
arent rotting Conroy al second NO
RUNS <
Term eh HI flied to Anderson Stahl hit
he rlifht field fenoo on a hard drive
for two haves Colltna poprmd to Om
el Freeman out Conroy to CanCel
VO
RUJjfS S
tIes sisti lauliiK
Douirhcrty flied to Stahl Feeler out
innflilll to 3chdnce Wllllaint
doubled to left Anderson niwl mjtln
Fireeman NO HUNS
Parent niod In Anderson ONell out
Oatren to Onnrcl Curlmncn flliM In
K eler NO RTJNS
f1dIU Iuinln Ir
Gunzel started off with a vicious hnin
run to the nag pole McGulrc out Kei
rla to T a Chance Conrny out In ONwll
OIMn nut Ferris to Ivi Chance ONK
lttIN
Ferris started with s xlnirle Farrell
nit lIned Tnntieliltl doubled to rig hr
searing Ferris Stnhl mod to Keeler
nrrell ucnKnp Collins hit to Cuiiviy
who fiimhlnd Tatiuohlll scorlna Fnr
mn leil tnUonmy c Paront singled to
left nnd advnnccvl nnII doable steal
VNell fri ant ii TliniB RtlCR
lnili Innlnc
Powell out Tunnehlll to Lnchance
lot chert ii itt tile I fn rlsrht nnd rront
to HilrO on a bail thro r v Freeman
Ceeler hit to uteri nMitn fri three
linara scoring D > lici ntv Wllllama
lilt In Collliif KI t tire Kieler out trv
inc tu srore Anderimi tiled to lNsIl
ONE RUN
liichnnce tilt to O < < luc and nus nut
Ferris hit lo Powell and ivn out nt
first Farrell hit tn Anderson NjQ
RUNfl
RUN DOWNEY A CAfl
nernard Maralln Hepped 1frnm behind
an I pillar nt One Hundred arid
Thirteenth trait and Socond avenue
today and was struck by a northbound
trolleyoar > which knoekad him half
way acroaa the Street Ue was picked
up and taken to Harlem Hospital
whir thu doctors said he had a frac
tured skull and oould not recover
The mo tor man of the car that struck
Marallo put on lie full current and
waa out ot sight before a pollcaman ar
rived The Injured man la fiftytwo
yearn of airs and his home 1a at No
2K2 Bajrt witythlrd stress
4 0
1 0 j
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CHICAGO AT DETROITAMERICAN LEAGUE
I CHICAGO 0 4 3 0 2 5 1 0 318
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LATE RESULTS KENILWORTH
I
I Seventh RaceSteeplechase short courseRip 135
Casey 10 tol and 4 to 1 won lantine 139 Gaylor 3 to
1 and 6 to second Mr Churchill 154 Roderick 9 to 5 and
f to 10 third Time 307 +
HAWTHORNE S
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Fifth Race Mile and a sixteenth Glassful8 to 5 and 7
10 15 Major Mansir 15 to 1 and 5 to 1 Rossmond 15
h 2 and5 to 23 Time 148 25
f Sixth RaceFlaxman 17 to 10 1 Gold Enamel to 3 2
lorentine 3
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AT ST LOUIS 1 v
Sixth Race Thane 1 Trio 2 Pettljohn
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DIED WHILE AT WORK
I While engaged at his desk in the offices of the International
ersaniile Agency No 346 Broadway afternoon William
Dunning seventy years sold a proofreader nk forward and
led One hundred and fifty young women and men were
tartled by hs sudden death in the sam room with them Mr
unning lived at No 352AvenuCH Brooklyn
I
fjINJS B I3ktQUAkkS
BY stORE F 10 TO 2 S
I
Umpires Furnished Most of f the Excitement
the Rather Slow Game Except for Frank
Bowermans Sensational Catch
ISviolal loTh Rirnlix World
POLO OOROUND6 June 7It wan
Frank Bowormnn dav The long
ja katop was an Important factor In
the ridiculous MIll with which Mc
OraK4 bunoh of ball awattera wal
loped the aoporlflc outfit Xrom Plilludelj
ohla The aoore exprftaaea how e u y It
was
Klr l tinting
The dummy fleldel out Barry lIes
jon walked Oleaaon caught nanolnr
U Unwerman lo MrQatin hush fanned
t
NO HUNS
IlrennaJiun flied to Doyle Irtiih not
under Browns skyrocket Oleason tnt
Devllna Iigh one NO IllNB
Arcond Innlnu 1
Do > le out Devlin to McOanu Doohi
reached Drat on Devllua muff of hla
pop fly Tttua singled to centra Hall
ineled to rlnhu xcorlnir Ucoln and
Titus got two bases oo an overthrow
to oatoh Dooln at the plat Huliwltt I
nilaaed the third strike and Etn ll di
dared Bowerman had picked the ball
up Bowerman declared he caught It
and failed lo Ihrow llulawltf out at
first There was a big Wok made prin
cipally bV McOann who was1 pUt out
or the rams Banerman going to ntit
and Warner going behind the bat
Jorater tilt to Wahlen who threw HuM
will out at second Gilbert taking the
throw Barry flied to Dahlen Titus
onred on HtilftwIU1 nut TWO fWNH
Warnar filed fn Titus iferter waited
int walked Dihlen hit tt llulawltt
and Mertea war fnrrnd at anenndi IJiiln
wltt to Clleanon Ons bad throw lo
catch Dahlen nleillne he cot around
and crnawil the rubber flllhcrta eye
was Imd end inlaed three eood nne
ONK RVN
Third Casing
Uleaann out Dahlen tn Boa eritan
luib tiled to Merta Doyle reached
nrst on Dahlens fumble Doom rllet
In TiieHimhan NO RIJNH
Bnwermana splash was taken cars of
br Dooln and Frank was out at nrst
Tnvlnr nled to Tiiah lrn < nnlinn was
killed at nr t by Hulsnltt fleldlnc him
out NO RTNH
fnnrtli Iniilna
Titus fanned lUll nut Tavlut to
Ziowermnn Hulawltl rnuldnt find the
bender ot Tnloiand tr rk nut XI
TINS
rtfowne connected wHit a safelx The
longjtcJired Devlin WAO all it he go1
ami amaahed fur thlte bises In left
Sell Browne omhllng nrus the pan
Varn r popped tip to Iiiln Ut Mrrttw
tiled to Barry and Devlin scorid Und
Bill wna Pel fled nut hv Mall TWO
HUNS
FlfUi tuning
Dahlen tot under Fra nr > rv hint
filed to lieauahan Oirnnon was n
cinch for the Dummy nnd struck out
NO RUNS
RI1hrt filed lo fuah noweniin
nled to Doyle Taylor fell a victim
Qleaann to Doyle NO niNS
Sixth Innlnc
Luib rapped out a single Doyle fouled
over In the right Sold grand atnnd win
nailed ufter a haiti run by Bowerman
who then by a beautiful throw caught
Lush at eeoond Dahlrn getting thn put
out it was a peachy double play
Doom had the < an habit NO RUNfl
rna han walked Drown hunteii
areljr Devlin aacrlflced Dooln field
lnc the ball Warn tot to lint on
Mulawltta fror and Brctnihaji got
i j < 1
o > J I
GIANTS
S HHPOAJo
11lIIhan t C 1 II 0 ii
f Pant rf 3 2 I 0 0
DeJln lb 3 2 0 I
lclonrr lb 0 ii 3
Mettip Jf 1 1 1 0 a
1Mhln 118 2 I 1 3 1
Jlb n2b 2 I 1 0 1
owelman c and lb 0 0 1 2 II
TaIlor ii 0 1 0 10 ii
ttriter n o 0 8 0 II
Totals In it 7 IT 3
PfiTIADETllilA
i ti II fi i I
I arlcr 0 r 0 0
liAison bt 0 0 2 3 0
irliI1r1 0 I 3 o ii
Doyle lb 0 0 12 0 II
Pooln c I 0 1 2 ii
Titus If 1 I 3 0 o
Hall3b 0 I 0 1 0
I Hullhl as 0 0 1 4 1
Prulr p a ti 0 I II
Hlh t II 0 1 0 II
011111 2 2 4 11 I
PhllilflelDhla 0 2 0 0 0 0 i 0 i >
mull I I 1 0 2 0 2 I t M I S
First nUl on IlullsiOff Taylor J on
Frailer i Struck Out ny Tyor T
rlle litter Hlta Devlin Unwerman
Jllbert Mtrtep Stolen Hases Dnhlrn i
Illtxrt SnurJnip lIitltvihii Double
Pley Bowerman unit Pulikn lap1
Uall Dooln tTmpln > Emsle and Car i
renter
=
S
liivne Warner teachod aToiicJ on
Dooms throw to catch Brown nt third
Mer tel < tiled to Harry and Browii
porM Wnjrer Retting to third Dah
g r WI IrrJI III
Icn nap rleldtd out hv HuUwItt win
rind a verv prottv ston of ihp hull
Vi RUNS
Arvrntli matIng
Titus ntnt out to Unwerman tines
Hlsied Hall fanned Mulsnltt rcarlHd
11or1 < ui l tileiV fumhn The dummv
lo > l rntir VO RIJNH
Gilbert rhmbjed and scored on Hul
Knllts nviTthrow to catch Mm at I < eo
ind Uulauttt threw Bowennnn out ut
first Tnxlr lapped out a single Urea
nplmn riled lo Tilus ttrnwne was tli >
third iloavm to Doyle ONI3 RUN
i OoW II Tit under llivrrvp fl OVa
i i fonHw to Wnrner Iiith fell ii
I i I MI Devlin to arVIr Vi >
11 INS S
Ilulltli Inning
AcrUn did Devlin have his eye on the i
ball bill only for a single He rrachrd I
second on n hort paaicd ball Oenon1
and Doyle took care of WArner splash I
r > vln reaching third Dnoln split u
llmrer and Roth took his place Merles
walloped the ball up against the right
Mold hlfachera for n triple Devln
waltzing home Dahlen glnglttl Hnd
Merles seared Gilbert waited and took
hla bnie on hoJIa Dahlen and Gilbert
Worked s double ateal now rmn tor
off 1 threebanger to loft Scoring Don
en and Gilbert Taylors foul fall Into
Tnlo mil Dronnahan fanned rotrt
S
RUNS
Ninth Inning
Doylea hot liner WTUI gHth red In bv
Devlin who threw him put nt nr < t 1
Roth Oied tn rtretnahan Titus va <
given atlclCetof leave to first Hill
unn d TO RUNS
1
BROOKLYNS LOSE
IK CLOSE GAME
Hanlons Men Had Three
I
I Chances to Beat Uostoits To
day But Didnt Take Ad
vantage of Them
IHtonlnT
Ii 1110 1
nhlf pr I 1 ft IJ
0111011 ib I 1 I II
111I1 it I I I iiI
I t II 1
I Getler If
nlhh II I 1 4
cc
Re4 2h n I 2 1
I
McCormjk lb I ii 2
Bergen 1 1 3
PO1Ie p ii I 10 I
flitter Ib t I o
Totals I I
S 11 1O N
HI I PO A r
S
Ilflr cf 0 1 I 0 I
Tenney Ib I 0 M I I
Cornell If U I 1 l II
I I I
Carne rf
Abbatlichlo n S t n I f ii
noMhanty Jli 0 I 1 3 I
Raymar at ft i 0 3 II
Needham c n 1 7 I
Pittinger p 0 I I
Total 5 K tn
Scout BY INNINGS
Boaton 11 1 ii t II ii 10 ft
Brooklyn > 1 I II tI Ii I iI
First Tlua > on HillrOrf IViolo 1 tilT
Plttlncer 2 Struck Out Itv 1oole il
by Pllllnttw t SacrIfice I1lt lmni < y
Batty Double Pln > Kiiyiner tn Bull
to Tenney Wild PilclienUv pmle I
b y nttlnirnr 1 Umpire Johnston
0
I Hpeclal Iv Tue rlllnl VnrM
WASHfNOTOX PARK nilOnKMN
N Y June 27 The Di tiini 1elfrItnt
the trolley ilodneni tJ iv thiN aftcrnoi
by ft atart ot t ti > 1 The Brooklyn
played a llfelM fame not rnakln < an
effort whatever to win Pmile pitched
Ifreat hall ai < illd Plltlnner The llriok
Ipii tiait three luince tn win tin
ISJme lint failed to mitkr tw nereiwuv
hU S
ririt hitting
tidier aent a bounder to Poole antI
died ltlrt Tmniev banged a alow
rm acutter McCormlck who retire
thj tiennmtten oaptaln taiiuoll wn <
called out un atrlhea HO HUNS
caIMut bounder was grabbed I
tenner tossed to Plttlngwr who coy
need the lag Ih time for on out Dllloi
wu thrown out me first bj Deltlmnty
hrl
liumlTX Walt an rAry lftlm on Irk
NO ntNa
Mpcniiil lenient
1ner was dlspomd of liy lleldy and
Iii Iii AbbatUvljlo ii ire M tia n i I
S LII and as the 1ldl hit Ihl urn
pine butter waa permitted to iro to c
on A wild IHttTh adv nl Hatty iii
wilI plCh
third DHermnty walked HIJIIKI rtlnl
out lo Dohhj JUtlV uorlui lileliriit I
was nailed stealing eon Tlabb get
ting the put out ONE RUN
tn Jesfter ilncled to hnrt lerIUbl
bunt wi IropppJ Uy DeleJianty but
the Irttltr threw the ball t Tenney at
first who totiwd out fltislcr Reid
Blnglivl lo centre admnclnic Ifobb lo
MCoud JlcCormlplc sent I liounler lo
Kavmer who Inmed the ball tf Uat >
forcing lleldy out nu lat throw tr
T wney McCormick wja ilouhled up i
NO RUNS
S Third Innlnir
NVedbum flied out t Ultlim llabb
and Dillon retired Plitln er Icier
tlon ulr 1 RUNS
lane en went out Haymer to rnnney
l olr drovn a rty to Cannel Dnhb
IhioirdrOe Cannel
heivtout M lutleld hit to Hayiner mple
second and tried to reach third on
Neodhama bad throw but wna nailed
at tbrtt twu Oil flu ttys thiow ID Dele
hail NO RUNS S
Futltnnlnl I
reln wi culled out un strikes h
nell Mrntled to nntie iod reached cer
I end on Carney retirement at nut b >
MfXormlik and Dillon natty wjp retired
McCorJk 010
tired ill first hv 1oole Uahh ad Dillon
NO nUN
Dillon singled but was raallv caught
I S stealing HWdnd hv Needham thrpw to
natty Juniey singled to right Icier
Tiurr or lnl n iit P ie hUrl Ito
to aeoond nnd Iumley h rcioh third
BaMih Hied OUI to nattj Reldy tnmk
out 11 NUNS S
Fifth liiitlna
I thlhsnt > sent M IIIK fl > tu Dohhj
HavnuT wax thrown unit at first b >
HaIr NcrUhim r v ched lInt MII hJ
Ilnol dilve to rintrei Hlttlnicer fansiea
NO ItNS
MiCormlcli MrucU out BerKnn
ncl1 to right l ook seCt n lilch on
to fScliT Dot > b out Iltllnenr In T i
icy No mil
llll IlllllllK
Sieieimms fli wai imileil uti time run Its
Dnhbd Tetmevn IHsh Inflxld rty
drouped Into Hub hand Ilnnftr ill
lroLpe1
Aar nl1ll1tId hv G0me1ei NO TUNK
Dillon slncliil W rentri ruiuley MI
tinted reilinircr throwing him nil
Jerrlrr wnlked Ilihb lUunled nlllnc
hr hal Hnldv Ktrupk 111 Alcicr
mick was called out on trlke and wn
cnlrII
nut wa the Kum a for IIrlllJ Rh tier
lt 11
Inklnir lute pine NO PlNH
rnth Innlna
C rniy bunted tifely lieu > aaorl
lVsd Drllon getting the ball and touch
11 <
Ins him out on the Mie line Dle
haitv walked flame singled scar
JTIB Carnny On Gejsler 1hrow tr the
InK 4arl 1 r rena ihrow baflk lo Habb
111 naiet at third being
tiymer w nslp a UIII 1lnl
tousbed out by Babb Nnedham walked
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Plttliwer bunted hit wa retired on
Jllttern throw t Dillon ONE nuT
Bergen out Rnymer to Tnne Poole
struck atiE Dohhp Died to Neeilham
NO HtNB
Btlth InnliiB
Gator singled Tnnnry went nut
Rod to Dillon Icier reaching second
Cunnell out lanli > to Dillon furney
Clnnpl tjlimle > NO RTNP
Dillon filed tn Salty lumlry singled
Dion
to VPie infield Oesaler slnglinl udvane
Iror Iumley to third Hahii tiled out to
In <
Camay uinley xoorlng Gassier HUB
caught niVP II PJtlnrw In Tenney in
Batty and ivipk In T nney wko tnuohad
Illm otrt ONK RU
S Static limluu
Batty bail to Gexiiler Uclitianty nut
Babb to Llllon Raymer was alit re
tired hv Bahh nnd Dillon NO RUNS
Reldy fllwl to arM > Rltter out
Delehantv to Tcnney Bergen funned
NO nUN
t
If 1
DOLY SPANKERS ill
MILE N tOfl THE IL
fASTEST Hf MEETINCF
if
4 t4i
Hildebrancl Shows Remarkable Horse
I manship on it Gelding in the
j Equality Stake the Feature Event r
I on ToDays Card S t It
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Disqualification of Cascine in Second r 1
Race Cost Backers a Fortune for k 1
I Filly Had Been Backed from 2O to i
1
I Ito 12
iCperhcl I ii 1 1 Imtlum tVl I
lglJ1 DAY lltle rlliMf
1I
iliiH >
braiid demonstrated hli 11
brllld rMm lij xllm I > H
wonderful eet Jll
ndrrful hI
r
tluc i1iI1i
Spanker iii nddixl tarr n 11 Btinj
SpnkH al
1 Ity fltnktm nnd mIr hiii r i i Mil
I in lIW the fastest of tho m lnl
j Doll Spinlter lies nn t icil MMI e
the flwlfl HtuK s fffn fttrlonR IWO mutt
of the chute when tn > wis rdd n ty
Slna anil null dluriioftillv ToiUv
the ilHtiine was furl her mu nil I Ill ii
hritirt tts pullluc him up ill Inouifii
tine lat xteenti
Bivable 11 a hot fivorlli at eMti
flinuei hut lir hail nu apifil ind wia
nuer In the uiotity rit vilniiliu
rIII uck1 fur th phici pnMHtiM
liinded III Hull al > ut
Tlure nn ii u dlkaiiAlltliMtlun during
tin arHn1 which f1 n fortune to
IDIIC pinplf In time srcnnd rare CUM
clni1 wmua lvl11 tout 11 ta I tmi 12 tu I
and rirliiln puipli In Ihf kilmAt sliidd
lo win 1 fortunr He wn by 41 UiiiKth
ftini Tf11 V h Wits also i guniui llllnt
In this race
H pne ii ilden I i > little Cuifnviii
and he was fii auxoilA lo gel nnne hilt
hetrltd cit 1t1 1 lute OXrlll nhu
rude Tepee i In lined foul nnd Patrol
Juilxu I iil t cc t I h1ml 1 Oltiimn tough
1II C i imliir 1 tloalll1 a it tue
gndtlihiK pltt > iTS un Tepee cashed
111 I littler bull IIY unit ulor II nuldfi
I iw hv Wi Ii ii bug tin Hri I raff c the
sliori i > Mce of S lo ft Tile wiiillicr was
hOC and ti trirk tmmt Th niieinlani
o1iNIatgv m
llrlllxlirr Vln IIIi Race
Ilrlilihir S was I strong fuurlti In the
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TODAYS BASK
ItAJJ GAMES
NATIONAL LEAGUE
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PHILADELPHIA AT NEW YORK
Philadelphia 020000000 Z
Ph1 ulrphl
NIW York I I 0 Z 0 2 1 4 10
UiLtvrlraFrixer auth > < > oln Taylor
nnl fowcrllf
BOSTON AT BROOKLYN
Boston 010000100 2
BrooMyn 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 I
tiatterteeUitttnger unit Necilhani
Pi > oe ninl IU rni > n I
PITT8BURG AT CHICAGO
PIHiburg 01 30001005
Chicago 000000202 4
UiitterlM Ie vr and Smith lund
cren Mild IClInu
ST LOUIS AT CINCINNATI
S Pmtpnnnl tail
NATIONAL LEAGUE STANDING
S vr i 11 Ir r re
New YorMI HI TlttSt Uiul T t M
Ulilcniro l > f RroUlyni5 VI 410
ClnrlnnatlU f illitoCtoil2 r r
Ill I s 191115 hI > > R IlillttiihlKlt 41 1
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AMERICAN LEAGUE
NEW YORK AT BOSTON
New York 20031001 1 8
Radon I 6 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 4
HitterlcA Powell and IMcaulnr
Tannhiii nnrt Farrell
PHILADELPHIA at WASHINGTON
Philadelphia 0101 I 00003
Wathlajlon 00000001 I 2
Uattcrled Bender and Sshreck Jlrrh1
ion and Clark
CLEVELAND AT ST LOUIS I
Poolpono1 wet grouaJs
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AMERICAN LEAGUE STANDING
wi r IT I ic
neluA il I rie eland7 t MD
New Tnrk84 I IlJifiU LouHM 111
chlcigtiai 2 flWUetTolt 23 Kl 111
rbtlhIA 24 l4Wuebliign 11 4 Ii
PARALYZED ON TREET
While returning to biN homo today
after a week vuoatlon In the country
tollnwlnt tlix d salt i of his wlfo Frank
of No 31 Concord
Walker a carpenter o 3 Cnoor
street arooklvn wm stricken with
larnltnU at GiemwJrh and Murro
Hirrru 1 MtruKcliol to City Hall Pok
whvr lie cnllnpnMl He was cccompa
nled liv hlx ion Juhn twalrn y nri nlill
Walker wits ramovod to the Hudson
ritreU llospltiil
Urel 1011a1
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I I
THE WINNERS j
I
1
FIRST RACE Britisher 3 to5
1 Torchello 20 to 1 2 Ascot Belle
1 3
I SECOND RACE Tepee 14 to 5
i 1 R < < ilgnol 30 to 1 2 McMeekln
3 Casclne won but was dlsquall I
ied
I
I THIRD RACE Tongorder 18 to
S 1 Hot Shot 7 to 1 2 St
2
I BeUsnc 3
FOURTH RACE Dolly Spanker
ti to D 1 St Valentine 16 to 5 2
I Tobaggan 3 5 t
FIFTH RACEDalesman 4 to 1
I
1 River Pirate 13t05 2 Eugenia
I Burch 3 w
SIXTH RACEGay Llzzette 8 to
1 1 St Gallen 15 to 1 2 Nc
S 3
Longworth 5
° T i
op rlnR ilich and the talent went to
I lilin with xtrli umrd mary confidence de
spliu tlwtncl t la tho Is a very slow S e
iHclntKr I there were any pUyr Ca
t lii nthiTH It Wai done II the show
J 1 njl TurrlLltii tut the runnnc
I followed liy I tnt ielitr Ascot nelle and i
I 1 fmtintit Tiry vent In lili order to I
tlip ftretcli where Urltlshcr went 10
the frtint tutu diuWIng uway won with ei ct
I > < In tlini tvnetho from Tore olio m
who hat Ascot Hell n head for the r
IlljCt <
I riiNflii < Won bill Wii UUiliinlllleilf
i Thl o lintiica V vrv pluycd In tl sc
mil Riri These weiv Teixe rftymour
und Totipoo The latter wns hacked
i l > cnu e IIIMphrnnd hal the mount i
I hnikfd the of
Tire wi on strvnstlt r
I Irk The winner upset nil cafcu i 1
> 1illonj tlinlnR pn Caaclm n 12 lo 1
ilm who mi mm Imlrd down from y lo I
II MrAlfokli hroo I front but Vt5
i 11111111 liv < ejmour antI ToUpvo who
i mid the nimJrc around the turn r
I ru w tliiii murd un und took turn
Itmi on tlirt turn Ifn WIH never causht t
I wlnnlns by a l npth anti I hal from
iTrpix who tvjmm a hut In front of Hod j
iRiuil tin latlrr closing strong ONelU
ihe I 11cr of fIf niado u claim of foul
iKiilnxt ranoln iliiimlns Hint lie win
intirfnrctl nliii at thn head of th >
tl
trclei liy Ca cliw After I hart de
llburntlon 111 tvwiirds disqualified Ois
11 1111 r i i > Inl Rossl nol sec
i iml all MeMiekln third i 5 5
Tiinuorder 1 Inn Third Itnrc j4
Vnrete was a hikewarn favorite1 i 1
In the Lii mimI race while t liella lie and
Tuns rile V cri l > nth will Liked tJi Ii
h at him Vaftrslde hud all his ipoed tg
to 110 xtrttoh where he stuppitl tn 7 3 I
roihlnr Tonuordcr ln showed In tl
fioul l1 tilt urlone pole with St liil i
line at liU lul Hot Shot then closed i P
with n rush but he could never catch > S
Tancuriler who won by I vnxt > u Hot c
Shot In drlv bent S
Hilt t hnl RI Kallnnt a hedd
for the place
Hull Stmnkcri Feet llllp
Sivalilc uuc an even money favorltn
In III KqilMlliy SInk mOletaorlnI
ttuo 111 rtuuiikvr un mlded 3Mrt
oiine hOI on tho bIt runnlnp 1 mile i
Ml 1 Si the fastest time of the meetlnp
Riiohnniptnn wa Tie pacemaker fol
lowed hv Dolly Spanker SI Valentine
nnd Ortv Friar They ran this way
to the fur turn where Dolly Spinker
brc ami up to Rnrhimpton and soon
hnd him In trouble Dolly Spanker S
tcKU tho lfnl In thi retell and drew
away mainly st ilentln > clo e < stronir i
I from thu head of the stretch home 1 S
hut Uollv Spanker had rlic race In S S
band and won pulllntf up by 1 neck
St Valentine was two lengths In front jot
of hrsnn M ltonlnn l > rok down S
badly Inwn S
nnlriBinn Culloprd All the t nr
Dalesman welT to the front III tlw
lImIt at the ond of a quarter and sol j
loped thero all the way wlnnlmr waailly S
IOJed
iii five lengths from niver Pirate thi i
posd thlnir who beat Kuconli Bureh 55
threeiiutrters of v lenKth fIr the place
Gnr Lliolln Won Cleverly S
Courelt und City Incite mode too i
lrtt mae 1
runnlnc to the stretch where he fori I
inleT qui Ga y LUette then draw away
and won cleverly fcy tbrca < juajter of S je
1 length from St Oallen who fn it
heart In front of Nick IJrb S II
3
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WEATHER FORECAST mt
ii V
ForecastS for the thirtyaIx
hours ending at C P M Tuesday
for New York City and vicinity >
Partly cloudy and cooler tonight S
Tuesday generally fair froth
northerly winds becoming north tr
east end variable
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