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fQ EVENING WORLD, F BID 'AT, MAT 30, 1911. j
NEWS OF ALL BRANCHES OF SPORT
RECORDS MAY FALL
IN COLLEGE TRIALS
GOUX SETS PACE
IN BIG AUTO RACE;
Frenchman Leads Greater Part
of Distance and Carries
Off Two Prizes.
35,000 BANT FANS
SEE SECOND GAME
Record Attendance Roots for
Another Victory Against
AFTER THREE YEARS
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PBHDWAT, I NDI AN APOL 1 8. fnd..
May 30 Jules Oou, the little l'rench-
who drive the world's record
Una Peugeot oar, led at the MO-
mlle mark of the third tnnul sOO
mil sutomafblls race her to-day. HI
urn tor the distance waa 4 .3Z.oo.fo. which
broke the record. He led also at the 300
mlle. HI time waa S.M.JS.7. This la an
average of a mil an hour. This la a
new record for ears of thl clan.
(Joux nun the Preeto-Llto trophy,
value $2,500, for the drat car to finish
:00 mile. H aloo won the IMOO
trophy for the car leading at 200 miles,
noux still ld hi the end of 330 miles.
TlK Merced driven by Mirlford made
a reoor. when It completed slightly,
over M) :nlles wltliout a stop.
Burin n In a Keeton car led for th
drat on hundred miles and broke the
speedway reeord for the class, at thai
distance, ills time was l.lS.sO.tf. The
former record was :.3.41.ll.
TOWER AND MECHANICIAN IN-
JURED IN SPILL.
A the afternoon wore on the lesd
er saved themselves for tb last 109
miles or so and aa a result fell behind
aat year's eieed. The leaders at the
JeO-nille mark were:
First. Peugeot (OouXli second, tttutz
lABdersoni; third, Mercer (Wlshart);
fourth. Meivrdet i.Mulford): fifth, tutx
iMersi; alxlli. gtinrioom itluyot); sev
enth. Men eden-Klilght (IMette), eight .i.
Mason iKvaiiSn ninth, lox (Wilcox);
iath, ('use iDlsliiowi.
Ooux tooK tlie Jead in thai race at Hie
end of 110 mile ... when Herman, who
had showed i t pace up lu that dlsia t
supped toy oil. . . . . I
A doxen cars hid d.opped out at the'
' MO-rrSle mark.
, Jack T.w r lamed over In hln Mason1
car when th" oily south turn caused
Mm to ak.d. Towe.- sjffered u lroken
leg and his mechanician. I,er tiunnlng,
mire hub iinin -ii. iii'v w ri e luiteu i
'to a .hospital and tilr .tag.liine, a
wreck, a as out f the race,
fexcept for Burman's desperate at-1
pt to" retrieve Mbottl fifteen lupe loot
when his machine caught flVe. the great- j
cr part of the rn.-e was devoid of any'
cenestion greater than Tower' ac.ident.
bkh was w itnessed by comparatively
fsw persons. Driver complained of
tho fierce heat. However,' a cool breeze
up this afternoon and made drtv-j
baM mil an kour on th
wss common speed (Mrlng fiai.
ttie ract. Tie hot sun, the rlck
track and the tremendous speed liter-
ally burned up the tires. The smU of
burning rubber waa mora
than the odor of gaaollna
1BMB0 PERSON SEE THE
Bob Burman's car caught fire In It
fifty-sixth lap and was out of tb racs.
one Waa hurt. He mads another
nart. but was forced again woult. i -Mot
before the start of th rac it aa
estimated that 100,000 spectators were oa
:tbO' grounds. All ths starters re at
tho pita early, prepared for the rac.
Th tarter In th big MO wor:
t Stall. Ami
1 Ksslas. B
a slaaoB. Erses.
a stttU. Heir.
0 gasbssai. Oujot.
10 desdsnoa. Kstppar.
If Ons Vos. Wuosa.
IS Psutsot. floux.
10 rsuaMt. SuoosislU.
IT And. laSatw.
10 eVUssht. Jtaatas.
Olemr, Ds Pause,
U Msresdst-Kalaht, PnrMs.
B Tsl, Olstk.
it MerssOM. Mslford.
IT Isotu. Oiaat.
M IseMs. TeUlaff.
M m, Klkraat.
i linns. Usui4.
Foreign Cars Sunbeam (English),
Pgageot (French), iMercedM-Knlght and
Maoceoes (Oerman and Isotta (Italian).
Distance -.'0u lap (equal to 600
Time of 1911 race 0.41.0I. Winner
Time of 1012 race 0.21. 0. Winner
Ths prise offered were 110,000 In
redd from th Speedwey and 126.000 in
ceah and valuable trophies from acces
sorise concerns. The 110.000 offered
.by the Speedway I divided Into ten
prises, the winner getting 110.000. sec
ond 110,000. third 15,000, fourth 11,600,
fifth 11.000. sixth 11,100. ssventh $1,
M, eighth OX 00. ninth 11,600 and tenth
Betting was brisk, with Bprman rul
ing the favorite by a slight margin
Anderson Stuts. i;onaujeraoie
was being placed on the foreign
The speed of ths foreign oar
to glvs the bettors more conn-
deaee In then), although their ability
to withstand the terrific vtbratlve strain
of the brick oou res and avoid tire trou
ble had been questioned.
mum, K I
Bhafer. tb 1
Fletcher, s t
Doyl. lb t
Fromme, p I
Marquard. p 0
I 10 t
PO. A. B.
I.ttderus, lb l
oiais a, 14 71 12 0
Batted for Millar In th ninth.
Baited for Moore In the eighth
Philadelphia .... 100001 0 t 0-0
N'OW York 3 0 1 0 0 0 2 5 x t
First Base on Errors Philadelphia t
iwo-Hase Hlts-Knabe. 8hafr, Magss.
Luderus, Merkle Horn Run Cravath.
Sacrifice HI U Lobert, Flstchsr. Stolen
Bases 9nod-rass, Fletcher t. Lft on
Bases New Tork 10, Philadelphia 7.
Double Plays Murray and Merkle Bases
on Balls Off From me 1, off Marquard 1.
off Moore 9; off Beaton 1. Struck Out I
y rrutiim , by Moor I. Hit by
Pltchr-By Moor 1 (Snodaxaas). Hit
orr Brennan 4 In 1-3 inning, off Moor
I In IM Innings, off Beaton I In 1 In
ning, off Kromme It In 7 1-1 Innings, off
Marquard 1 In 1 2-3 Inning. L'mplrea
o'Day and Bmalt. TlmJ,
' BATTING ORDER.
!j ert, 3b.
' 'ravath, cf.
I. IlleCUS, 1b
1 niplree O'Dav
By Boseman Bulger.
rmAj UUOl'NDtt. May fl.-Tho Polo
Urounds this nfternoon were saanip-u
by the largest crowd tliat has entered
the Brush Htadlutn
was built. When the gams sui ted i e
t ween the Phillies and th blaiiU that
ware more than thirty thousand oer-
In the stands and all tb aa'.es
wer, beselgad by lines at fana, aom
of which extended four blocss down
Ulghth avenue. The gat tendtrs
worked like beaver for two hours and
It waa figured that bj- the time Bit
whole crowd had been swallow ' trji
that the attendance would namher be
tween thtrty-flve thousand and Tort. v
thousand. I . !
batsr developments proved that this
estimate wa not far wrong. The sur
prlalng slse of the crowd la accounted
for by the beautiful weather and the
tar attraction of th league th Phil
lies It wa MoOraw'a Intention to
Pltoh Mathewson, but at the last mln
' uts tho star twlrler ahowed up with a
wryvneett and could not work. MteOraw
"f then 1 called on Tesreau, who did some
" " " rensarkable pitching yeeterday. Chal
mers, a product of the Bronx, took the
l ' . mound for the Phllles.
I ITJMrr INNTNO The Phillies died In
' iiiok order. Miller struck out. Knabe
I wa thrown out by Doyl, who made a
! beautiful etop, and Lobert popped out
-mater. NO RUNS
Burns got a base on balls, but Shafer
: filed te Cravath and Fletcher struck
out. Burns then died stealing second.
SECOND 1NN1NO -Burns made a
great running catch of Magee'e long
My Cravath hit the right field wall for
two 'basse and went to third a Laiderus
was (brown out by Doyls. Doolan
popped out to Doyle Iri abort centre.
Doyle filed out to C'lavath. Merkle
smashed s long single nto left. Murray
hit a pretty single Into left, ssndlng
Merkle to second. Msrcer bit Into a
double play on a short grounder to
Knalbe. NO RUN.
THIRD INN I NO- Doyle got Doom's
grounder and throw to Merkle, who
made a wonderful one-handed catch.
maimers struck out. Miller get a free
walk. Miller stole second. Knabe got a
Texas League single Into short and
MIMer romped home. Lobert singled to
right. Murray's perfect throw nailed
Knabe going Into third. ONE RUN.
Snodgraas waa called out on strikes.
Tesreau betted one on the no to left
centre for three baa, setting th orowd
wild. Burns struck out. Shafer bounced1
a single over Chalmers's head and Tes
reau soorsd Shafer waa caught sap
ping off Brat and wa run down. ONE
FOURTH INNINC1 Magee singled to
PUTS ATHLETICS IN
LEAD ROM START
Slugger Follows It With Dou
ble and Knocks Highlander
Fisher Out of Box.
R. Murphy, rf.
Old ring. If.
Kvans and Hart
fSpertal I" Tie denlng World. I
AHIBE PARK, PHILADELPHIA.
May 10. Fisher and Houck sngagsd In
a battle royal in the afternoon Athletic
Highlander clash to-lay before 31,000
The Highlanders lost a good chance
to score In the first. Daniel walk id
and Wolter singled, sending Daniels to
third. On Hartxell's tap to Baker Dan
iels was out at the Plata Wolter went
to third on the play. He grew ambi
tious when he saw Lapp throw, to Col
lin to head off Hartsell and was an
easy victim at the plate. Lapp to Col
Una to Lapp.
FIRST IMRBffJ1 Daniels walked. ,
Wolter singled. Daniels takln third.
Daniels waa caught at the plate on
Hartxell's grounder to Baker. Cree
fouled to Mclnnls. Wolter whs caught
In an attempted ateal home, Lapp to j
Collins to 1-PP NO RUN6.
B. Murphy was thrown out toy Hartsell. !
Wolter got Oidrlng' fly. Pecklrvpaugh I
furMbled ColHna's grounder. Baksr til t i
Into the left field bleachers, scoring
Collins ajhead of htm. Molnnls singled
to loft. Strunk filed to Wolter. TWO
tJBfONT) rNlNTNO Chase filed to Old
ring. Sweeney filed to Strunk. Peckln
paugh fanned. NO HUNS.
Pedklnpaugh threw Barry out. Lapp
right and tried to take two baaes, but
Murray's great throw killed him at
second. Doyle made a wonderful stop
of a hot grounder and threw CrAvath
out at first. Luderus was called out
on strikes. NO RUNS.
Fletcher Sled out to Cravath. Doyle
lifted a hlh foul to Luderus. Doolan
loused out Merkle. NO RUNS.
FIFTH INNING- Doolan popped to
Shafer. Tesreau tossed out Douln.
Doyle tossed out Chalmers. NO RI7NS.
Murray beat a high bounder toward
third base. On the Ml and run play
Meyers smashed a single to right. Mur
ray going to third. Snodgraas planked
a double In right, scoring Murray and
sending Meyer to third. Tesreau still
had his batting clothes and laced a clean
doirble to right centre, scoring Meyers
and Snodgraas. Bums rolled a bunt to
ward third and beat It out easily, Tes-
I reau going to third. Chalmere was
i taken out of the box and Mayer was
sen' to th rescue. Shafer popped a
high foul to Luderus Fletch .r drove
long fly to Cravath and Tesreau scored.
Crnvath made a good catoh of Doyle'
i Mnr. FOUR RUN.
SIXTH INNINQ. -Miller filed out to
' rsnodgraes In deep canlr.v Doyle tossed
mt Kna.be Iyiftert died the same way.
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Wolter, cf ...
g wee ney. o
R. IB. O. A E
E. Murphy, rf 1
oidrlng. If 0
coi iins, tb....
K trunk, of..,.
t XI It
Batted for Wyckoff In ninth.
"Two out when winning run was
New York . 2 0 000000 02 4 3
Phlla 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1
Two-Base lllls-Chaae. Cree. Sacrifice
Hlta Sweeney (I), Hartsell. Stolen
Bases Daniels, Hartsell, Pecklapaugh,
Baker. Struck Out By Ford, t; by
Wyokoff, 7. liases on Ball By
Wyckoff, 5. lilt by Pitched Ball Mc
lnnls. Umpires Evan and Hart.
best out an infield grounder. Houok's
grounder resulted In a double play,
Pecklnpaugh to Hartsell to Chaae. No
THIRD INNINQ Mldklff waked.
Fisher struck out. Mldklff stole sec
ond. Baker fumbled Daniels's ground
er, Mldklff taking third. On an at
tempted sieal Mldklff wss out at the
plate. Lapp to OoUtfM to Lapp. Wolter
singled, but Dldrlng's throw to Lapp
retired Imnleln at the plate. NO RUNS.
Murphy singled. Oidrlng doubled,
soring Murphy. Collins grounded to
chaae, Oidrlng taking third. Baker
doubled Into the right field crowd, ecox
in.. Oldrlnj. Midnnls was thrown out
by Pecklnpauifli, Baker taking third.
Strunk singled, scoring Baker. Barry
doulhled, Htrunlc being held at third.
Schulz roplnced Fisher In ttie box for
tho Hi. hi. in iciM La,pp singled, erorlng
Strunk and Barry. Houck filed to
Wolter. FIVK KUNS.
FOURTH IN NINO Hartsell went out,
Mi lnnis to HoUOka who covered first.
Crag walked. Maker threw Chaae out.
Sweeney doubled, scoring Cree. Pe.'k
Inpaugb singled, scoring Hweeney.
gttunk took Mldklff' high fly. TWO
Uossett began catc hing. for New York.
K. Murphy wn thrown out by Mid
klftf. Oidrlng wa retired by Hartsell
and Chaae. Collins filed to Wolter.
FIFTH iTfWIWfl Blhgll fanned Dan
iels filed to Htr'jnk. Wolter walked.
Hartnell fanned NO Ht'NS
Harvard Freshlea Meal Vale.
fa! IS Thr fcuuiag World. I
iAMBRtOOB. May JO.-Harvard I9ii
defeat-d Yale l!il to-day by 7 to 1. The
Blue youngsters were forced to uee
Harvard ... 0 I 0 1 0 I 0 1 -7 10 1
Yale 000010100-4 7 3
Btttterkw: Harvard Whitney end 8af
ford; Tale-Way. Walsh, Watrou and
II inl blowing !! dsr. rossblneJ wltli s
hot mid, dnrd ths gruund to ti li an eilent on
I'm Phli i USrSil int., field that the Big
your uint wtt sbls to late s sli-teiod sssm
of .etaii and s half oilnuUa aarS. The team
lined gf aa folium: I.. Waterburr So I J. J
Welavhwy, No. tj M. P. WtUtnrj. So. D.
llllhnru. i.a.-k. Ileda I. B. Stoddard. No. 1 ;
k. I .a Moutasaa aud C. C. Hiiaaae. No. S: P.
I'. Krena. No, I; H. 0, Pble. kist, Ths
it a, put up s sty stroog. .ga " m-. but
111 Ulf I '.nr. greatly taaproia 1 l i Hair em.
fOatet rest of two days, wars In A rns)4IUai
la alas tbatr epposasu istu taap t ina mas
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OFF IN THE LEAD
IN SECOND GAME
Go After Young Rudolph at
the Outset After Fast
Finish in First.
Mr win, o.
Jaaran rills, ss.
Whaling, c .
Umpires Brennan and Eaaon.
(Hfieetsl te Tee K'.nins World.)
FENWAY PARK. BOsTTON. Mass.,
May 30. A Mg crowd turned out to wit
ness the afternoon game between the
Brave and Dodger. Both teams
played gilt-edged ball this morning and
It waN any one's battle up to the last
man out In the ninth Inning. The
weather waa Ideal and aVOOO persons
FIRST aWNTNO Moran went out,
Maranvlll to Myers. Cutahaw singled
to centre. Stengel singled to right,
sending Cutahaw to third. Sweeney
tossed out Wheat. Cutahaw scoring
Daubert singled to left, scoring Stengel.
Daubert going to second on the throw
horn. Smith struck out. TWO BUNS
Muranvllle went out, Curtis to Dau
bert. Myers went ouL Fisher to Dau
bert. Connolly out. Cutahaw to Daubert.
SECOND INNINO Fisher struck out.
Krwln went out. Sweeney to Myers.
Curtis struck out. NO RUNS.
Sweeney dutioled to centre. Titus ssfe
on Moran'n muff of hi dy. Sweeney
taking third. Mnnn forced Titus, Cur
tis to Cutshaw. Sweeney scoring. Dev
lin forced Mann, Duubert to Fisher.
Devlin was caught napping, but tOOhd
third when Daubert hit him In the back
with the ball Whaling griunied out
to Daubert. ONE BUN.
THIRD INNINO -Moran singled Xit
shsw sacrificed. Rudolph to Myers
Stengel safe on Maranville's fumbk,
Moran taking third. Wheat out.
Sweeney lo Myers, Moian scoring. Dau
bert filed out to Tltue. ONE RUN.
Kcdulph out. Cutahaw to Dauti irt
Maiunviile out, Curtis to Daubart. My
er fled to Stengel. NO RUNS
FOURTH INNINO Smith doubled
to left. Fisher sacrificed, Budolph to
Myers Krwln popped to Maranvllle.
Curtis struck out. NO RUNS.
Connolly went out, Curtis to Dan
tiert. Sweeney filed to Whest. Titus
singled to right. Mann popped to
Smith. NO HUNS.
A mat, h a a conaiunaatsd to-day brtwaaa
Kranai. Suras of Jersey ta tod Jibea Wnjti.
the fast Utile bsDtaawtigtit ot Albany. ho baa
bean bnalng In siast fws Is all Ilia buuta for
OSM time Puma turf White will enase tosetjtrr
lo a tea-round bunt hrfoft the Albasy IV I.)
A. C. oa the sight of Juae a. Thar will sjsst
at 11 pouada
aoa. mags Is st las clasaida.
Mite Oilstesa ought to stake eoadOartble sjoaei
of th, riatitlnf gists thi. jra for he I.
up for arrartl beats. Tits laleat
arrunsed for kba hy hit saisasii, rVII It -H
will Ta akh Joa Walts of OouTh ll i The
Sill neattu a Iweba nxrsd usiu at IW AM. A
nsssin os nail TVatssy niani
13 lilutleua sill ave
toaadi t: 10 Uaciau .
Y'Nina t a
R IB. P.O.
Connolly, If. .
Sweeney, H. .
Whaling, o. ...
Total 1 t t II o
Cutshaw hit by battsd ball in th
R. IB. P.O.
Cutahaw. lb... 1
Hummel, rf.... 1
Fisher, ss. . .
Total I I 17 11 o
Batted for Ragon In th eighth.
CORE BT INNINGS.
Brooklyn OtiOOOOOO 1 1
Boston.. 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 01
Two-Base Hlta Mann. Thr-Baaw
lilt Whaling, Hummel. Hit Oft
Ragon. 1 In seven Inning. Sacrifice
Fly Smith. Stolen Baaes Connolly,
Sweeney. Double Plays Titus and
Mysrs. First Baa on Balls Off Tylsr,
4; Ragon. 1; Ylngllng, I. Struck Out
By Tyler, 4; Ragon, 4; Tingling, I.
Tim 1.10. Umpires Brennan and
MRS. ROSSIN WINS GROSS
PRIZE AT DUN WOODIE.
Mr. A. 8. Rosaln of th Century
Country club won the gross prla In
the women'a tournament at Dunwoodle
yesterday. This waa Mrs. Roastn'n
aecond victory In two daya Incident
ally It gave her the gross prise for the
two-day tournament of the Women's
Metropolitan Oolf Association, with a
total of 201 for f hole. Mra. William
Chllvere of Dunwoodle won th net
award with 100-7-01 yeaterday, but It
remained for Mra. S. A. Hersog of
Falrvtew to capture the net for 10
holes with 213-14-109.
Besides the regular elghteen-hole
medal circuit, there wa an approach
ing and putting contest, In which Mrs
Chllvsrs on -e more became a winner
Mlaa Bertha Oraham of North Jersey,
Miss Louise Oraham of the same club
anil Mra R. C. Brown of Wykagyl tied
with 9 each. Miss Bertha Oraham and
Mra. Brown tlad again on the play off,
but on the sscnnd attsmpt to settle the
deadlock mi Orahsm became the
winner with one mure 0.
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Leo Houck Wins
Over Buck Crouse
(peel a 1 to The totals West.)
LANCASTER, May N. Leo Houck
had a decided advantage over Buck
Crouee of Pittsburgh In a sis-round
go before th Lancastsr Athlstlo Club.
For four round honors war about
even, but In the fifth and shtth th Lan
caster lad landed a number of effective
blows. Tn the fifth Houck weed hit left
Jo repeatedly and aloe hi right awing.
Both man opened up viciously la th
sixth, Houok ualag his left Jab effec
tively and th round bad gone bat two
minutes when Houok caught Crouse
under the jaw with h left aad lifted
him off hi feet
Frwd Dj aad Alger la Even
(Sssrlsl is The Casatag WesM.I
LOWTOJ May K.-No decision wa
given by Referee Jack McKenate In th
eight-round bout between Fred Duffy of
Jamaica Plain aad Oeorge Alger of
Cambridge at th Acme A. C. Th men
were scheduled to box twslvs rounds,
but Algsr Insisted en boxing only eight
It was a very even thing, though many
of the speotstors thought Alger had a
shads. He knocked Duffy down la th
fifth, but Duffy cam back strong, and
In th slghth had ths advantage He
wa willing to continue to th twelfth
round, and Manager Mahaa of th club
so insisted Alger left th ring, how
ever, and no decision waa given,
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