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" Circulation Book Open to AIL"
PBIOE ONE GENT.
.i.riht. mil. tor Thr rm Tn
to. Th. New Tot Ml.
MEW YORK, THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1913
V" Circulation Books Open to AIL" 1
Chance's Tailenders Make It
Interesting for Browns in
AT ( lCINATI
Butteries- Malhewson and Meyer. Benton and Clark.
BIGGEST SHIP IS WELCOMED HERE:
THOUSANDS JOIN IN MARINE PARADE
ARTHUR IRWIN RETURNS.
AT ST. LOUIS-
1 7 0 1 2 0 0 0
0 0 2 2 1 0 0 0
Halterlcs-Wagner and .Miller. Barbel and Wlngo
AT MEW tOKfc
f I a a. t
Line on rour "" 0 0 2 0 0 1 2 5
New York Scout Says He Has
iwery, c. . .
Poriuu, lb. . . .
R. H. PO. A. I,
2 I 0 0 0
2 0 J 0 0 !
2 3 0 0 0
0 1 10 0 0 0 0
SBIUrtSB MltrtlH and Agmw, MrCniinell and Sweeney.
0 112 0
1 I J I J
it 3 12 I I
I I 3 0
I I 0 4 I
tftv II 27 IS 3
R. H. PO. A. E.
GIANTS TEAR :
INTO REDS IN !
THE FINAL GAME
BALL HARD IN
ST. LOUIS GAME
William, rf. .
Austin. 3b . .
Agnsw, c. . . .
Mitchell, p. ..
Hamilton, p . .
'Compton . .
Snodsrass's Three -Bagger in In tlfe Second Inning They
the Second Round Clears Hammer for Eight Hits
and Seven Runs.
Toiab 4 7 'IS 15 2
Umpires Bocii eeesy ami Oonoolljr,
Hit by batted balL
"flatted for Atttehell in eighth.
Unit Bast en Hai!.--off MoOonnell t,
on Mitchell 3. off Hamilton 1 Struck
tut By MoConnell i. by Mitchell 2.
'riire-MaB. nit 'Illia ma, Two-Baee
jiu Cite, stolen Base Iwom v.
lohn'oii. Double Flare Balsntl to
Brief. lirplre McOreevey and Con
noil . ,
iStierii te The Kvrniun SsdS.)
VOlM OHOUNMi June IS, The last
B.iiie of the series Itetwt-en the High
lander and the Browns was played BO
fare a crowd of less than fifteen hun
dred. Chance was in very good shape
foi the dual light before leaving u hie
Kaetern trip. Ueorge Mct'onnell wanned
up In first class shap Man ,: Htov-
II decided tn take a rait and put a
)oun fellow nsjueil Brief ut llrst.
KfllUT IXNrNO (Jhotton lead olT with
a clean hit directly oyer second bnse
end went tu second on Brief's sacrifice.
MoConnell to Borton. Johnston died on
. (rounder, McKechnle to Borton, and
Pratt went out the same way. MeKe;h
Bie making a beautiful atop. No Ituna.
Daniels died on a hunt. Auetln to
Brief. Wolter was out on a hot ground
er to Brief, unassisted Tree slammed
a pretty slnsie Into right and advanced
to second as Sweeney smashed a hot
one past Br lot Hartiell hit a hot
line drive that struck Sweeney nn the
leg as he was running tn second and
Knock. 1! him down. This retired the
side, but HarUell gets credit for i hit
No run!. Two left.
HICl'I.Vl) INNlMi Wllli.:r.e smashed
11 lon triple to left centre nud scored
when aftOonnell tumbled the return
thrnn lifter It had got ly HartsOll,
pailanU lifted a hi-ih one to Wol'er.
Austin went out. llartsell to Borton.
Ague walked. Mitchell struck out. One
Jtun Ono left.
Austin got recklnpaugh's grounder
Fletcher, aa. . ,
Merkle. lb ...
Murray, If . . .
R. H. PO.
I I I
OS tOOM FOB
Totalt 8 8 27 13
R. H. PO. A.
Devore, cf 0 0 3 0
Bescher, If 12 0 1
Bates, rf 10 0 0
Marsans. lb I 2 17 0
Tinker, ss 0 2 5 6
Dodge, 3b 0 0 0 0
Groh. 2b 3 3 0 5
Berghammer, 2b. 0 0 0 I
Clarke, c 0 0 2 1
Benton, p 2 10 3
Suggs, p 0 0 0 0
Hobliuel 0 I 0 0
Almeida, 3b . I I 0 0
Kllng 0 10 0
Totals 7 13 27 17
R. H. PO. A. E.
Moran, rf 3 2 2 0 0
Cutshaw, 2b 2 3 4 2 0
Stengel, cf 113 0 0
Wheat, II 0 2 2 0 0
Dauberr, lb I I 5 0 0
Smith, 3b 0 10 2 0
Fisher, ss 1 2 2 2 0
Miller, c I 13 0 0
Phelps, c 0 I I I 0
Wsgner, p 12 10 0
Curtis, p I 0 0 I 0
Yingling.p 0 I 0 0 0
Totals II 17 24 7 0
Umpires Brennan and Rason
Batted for Benton In seventh.
Hatted for Dodge
Batted for Oroh.
Magee. If . I 3
Oakea, cf 0 I
Mowray, 3b 0 0
Konetchy, lb I 2
I Whitted, 2b 0 0
Cvana, rf I 2
Hausar, ss I 1
Wingo. c 0 2
Roberts, c 0 0
Marbet, p ...... . 0 0
Harmon, p I 1
iL'ontlnued an Fourteenth fa
Third liner ait l.nlonla.
THIRD It a Purs MM for t.-year-oldsi
live and oitetutl( furlongs!
u.inihiini ill iBUorle) Bret! Boot
d rtaoV lw
I'd. IflU" .
B )0 I
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,1 ti 1 c. 1 M Romora, i
i Li I! I ll '0 It I.
Do'Ui Mut lei I'.'I'l - 'i Jin t -1
h: rviu. plaef M.M, oa MOti
and Saddle I 1 1" "'. slm.' j
M::da, ihow M.W.
I Special to TtM l.tnlos Woild )
CgffOINNATI, June 19. The Olentu
battled the I:mI for the final game nn
tliia trip to-day. The weather was hot
ter than any Htrei" of Invirflnetlim ould
deswrlbo. (" the suariaked Raid, with
torrents of nre po.irlnK duvn upon
Hum. the boys went throug i th I motion
of ball playing. They lid tlU beat Ihey
Manngae m Oris i sratt aniiafteJ with
the trip, and say he will have bll lea i
,11 Hi-1 piac within three .la -
I'-IKST INMINO Burns rrtli-r.l, Ben
ton to Marsans. (iroh toseed out
Hhafer. Fletcher out, Tinker to Mar
saiiH No runs.
Devon- grounded to Matty for ar,
easy out. Beacher rolled to Merkl.
Hates Hied to Hnodgraes. No runs.
gBCOND INNINO Doyle out, Tinker
to Marsans Merkle singled tu tight.
Murray was hit by a pitched ball.
Beyers walked llllluu the bases. Hnod
jras clesned up with a tiiP'e to centre,
scoring MerkiOi Murrsi ind Meyers.
a. idii as stHired on Mathnwson'i uu.
1 Cjntli led n 10. rt etna Page.J
$ 1 2 Men's Blue Serge Suit s.$5.95
T!ie "WVM" Clothing Corner. Broad
wav. cor tiarciay tn . epp. new wool
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(Specially Photopaphcd by an Evening World Staff Photographer.)
J' -a. e. '
INDICTMENT AGAINST HYDE
Totals 5 12 24
t'mptre Rlgler and Byron.
iSuKlsl to The Strains Worid.l
mt, LOl7I8, Mo.. June W. -The BrooK
iyns closed their serlee this sfternoon.
The 8uptrbas having the Cardinal on
the run, anything but a victory to-day
will be displeasing to the New Yorkers.
Manager Muggins is up In the air about
his Ht. l.ouls leant. Ha gave It a bif
shaking up yesterday, and prn in lead
riMT INNINti Moran neat uUt an
InKsld hit over second, hut worn Whlt
led throw low to Koney. Moran went
In second. rtlttShSW walked. Stengel
forced Cutshaw, Ifausnr to Whitted,
Moran going to third. Wheat singled
to centre scoring Moran. Deubert filed
tu Wlngo. Stengel was caught off aec
nnd bv llauser on the old hidden hall
trick. Une Kuti Two Left.
Msgee singled to centre Uakes popped
10 Wagner, trying to secrlflre. Mowrey
filed to Moran. Koney beat an In Held
simile and Magee took acniind. W iltted
wr.s thrown ut by SnlCi. Vo Huruti
UKOOND iNNiNr.: Smith outi Uowi
;., k iney. Waiter singled t. left. Ull
1 ilngold eeutrs, rtatter moving up
: hi.. . .. 1, Wagner eiutted pant Marbei
' fitting tin- oases. Moran single 1 tttrutagti
DISMISSED BY HIGH COURT
Appellate Division, on Own
Initiative, Throws the Case
Out of Court.
WHITMAN TO APPEAL.
The Appellate Division of the Sn
PMBSS t'ourt to-day dismissed th; in
dictment against ChsOSS H. Hyde,
former City Cbainberlaln, tharglni;
It 1 111 with bribery In connoctlon with
the Carnegie Trust Coniiany-North-Bra
Bank-Joseph G. Ilohln scandal
Hyde had already, on appeal, Becureil
an order for a new trial. The action
riBBT SLAOB Oadeau, 3 to 1 aJd
vea, Sret; Lady XdgfeitBlaaT, 1 to 8 for
place, eeeoaSi Beapeok, third. Time,
SECOKD KAOB gam Jackson, a to
1, and 4 to I Bret I Bay ruber, even
lor place. eecoaS; Br. Paeaner, third
Time, 1.39 1-5.
THIBS KALE Bouuld MscDonsld,
3 to 10 and out, flrat; Jlat CaBTrey, e to
1 for viae, eeooaS Judge Walesr.
third. Time, a. 08.
rOUBTH BAOB Balaer, 8 to 1 and
8 to 1, first; Mater, 0 to 1 for place,
second; Golden Ohlmee, 5 to a, third.
CB Cwaana, I to B and 1
BASEBALL GAMES; 9l9.Foot impeTator Cheered From
Flag-Decked Skyscrapers, While
Whistles Shriek Welcome
at End of Voyage.
1 0 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 0 0 0
SBtlSllSg AlSSSnilsf and
Lavender BOd Hresnaliull
With (rands playmg and colors flying from ship and shore, tfet
Hamburg-American liner Imperator, queen ship of the seven setts sad
! the biggest and most luxurious vessel ever built, moved stowty up tig
, i' North River to-day with becoming dignity and docked at Pltr No. t.
j Hofjici.'n, at 11.15 o'clock..
5 At v.u the I tiperator left quarantine, city Hamburg. From the
AT W ASH I NG 1 ON
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1 2 2 0 0 0
lliiehllng and Henry.
0 0 0- 3
and from the tsftrail the Herman
etgn flew. As became a nn ten, aha i
tn h.-r own magnltlcenc.
The vessels forming her escort looks
like ruwbnats from the iBaaerator'a
BATTERY FILLED, SK YS0RAPEM
A1V WITH Bl IMTI SlA
They ware waiting for t.ie cog
of the i j .---ii at the Uattery, Crj
lined the shore. Tl roof
t oklu i k t vfc r., hi tr. ti).
(nuilUJ iuii'iiiie. w a at get
JickiU ami rvwrggiiung wim u
worth Kldg .wlll sell to-day and Krldai
2,'i'JU Men . Hlue Serge Hints, all woo!.
tn color uuariin'eud. aleo Worst-.,!
and Cheviots. In pencil stripes, gray,
browns, black and mixtures, all else II I
i njrgnerirweeujr i
i linn with
the defunct t'arneslo Trust Co;npany.
The order was as folios s.
Ordered. That the eald judgmeat be,
sag the ev.ne hereby ta reversed the
indictment dlsmlsssd. and th defend
ed discharged, and aald Judgmeat Is
out reeersed In the sro!ee of tbs
Court's discretionary power, but aolely
for erroneous rulings oa the trial In
the admission and seclusion of evidence,
end nuon the ground that the faet
SulldaV World "VVailtS" ! proved upon the trut were ln.offlcl.nt
of the Appellate Division wipes out
all charges against him and destroy to s, Srat; Book Abbey, 7 to S place,
the basla for the new trial. aeoonds S. Bararre, third. Tim. 4.M 3-8.
The brief order of the Apellate E ! S""" Si
vision doe. not deal gently with Justice and a hJf fulonga et might. fcob.rt
Ooff. who decided on Hyde trial that Oliver, 106 (Butwell), to 5, 1 to 8 and
his Dlaclns- "f city funds with the awwei r.
Kobln bankii and his
IConllnuad UU l-'ourieentu 1'sge
4 to 6 sad out aeooadi Miss Waters, 84
IHinton), to 1, a to 1 and out, third.
Tim. 1 00 4-5 Odd Cros, 94, and Iirt
lde, 111, also ran.
sTKAT Ft AC it Three-year-old and
ui. foalaU in t'un. hi. i oe- and une-nlx-
tsonih BilesMnvroeh, in Uii k)uniJ I
to and out, first: Mrogsl Pint H M
Uennlerj to I. 4 ta I and i to x sac-
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llatlerle" -itese ana iianacn. aomni . - -"- - "- .., . m
shortly lu-fors midnight. Th tide wee "'". ana an nung ine company a I
at the 11 1 and the head of the ocean i
marvel w is turned tn the era. She
was so close Ui the Steti-n teland shore
that was determined not to chance
hen. ling her up the hay with htr own
stea n. A licet of tugs flitted aho.it her I
ready to give o hand. With Juat enough
power on to make steerage way. she
Brad pushed around by twenty tugs
along her great elds and In twenty
minutes wiut un her way up. A base
hung over the river and progress wu dl,, , the ekyecrapere la lower 1
slow, rroin yuarantme only me out- hutun w.re u.ronged and bright wlUb
lines of Manhattan were perceptible. c0ur. They were welting for her aJonsf
CRAFT OF EVERY BIZE ESCORT th. New Jersey chore. Maaaee of mea.
THE GREATEST OF ALL. women and children on both a Idee aC
A great number of boats had gone I the river made a kaleidoscope of cost
(1 ' V (I KU e Uil I H 11 i I lit tU WfjitrUBfJ (llgj fcM.a...e-- j m "
Imperator. Craft of ail klnda they i made the river side look like the).
were seam yaohte, mutor-boate. big ting (or a regatta of Yale aad
tun., steamers, sallboata and launches. I vurd.
They made a pielty sight with their! No foielgu potentate could have been
iii, tjerman analgn mingling with the n" tbat given to the wonderful ahlpi'
Slur-' and S" i AM Hi" - to l.t r do. k the rive s ioW
unci- I ne great Ul w.ia under say r.-mnoru "u i" ciior oi inom t ieaaj
Uedlant wnn turnaa loose with boom, mingling with tn. roar ot : tu.-yf
Inu sirens ami treble pines, and the whistles, echoing the noise from that
.titers ot the thousands swarniln,- the vessels on the river. Half a mile beiaaf
pleasure craft, waving Jlnge. big and her iier the Impeiator passed thai
little, Ulltl hots and handkerchief steamer ll.-illn on her way out. "laBef
The ui; lire! lurim-d a seiiuciri .e on botu v . ss. is n.ajed. and lite eloeeg
about her, seeping well uB. maJiiiig a on eacn were uiiipeo ui eatuie.
ntllna Ham (or inn marine moii-.rc'i. Ueilln looked like a big towboat.
nsht with Al Williams of Cleveland ut The tin ..tator made no show of page- jyared with the gianteaa.
tune, Joss . IssuUg. aVt tun bajB ttTg Ut .
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BatterteeHusaell unj Schaik.
tt a)W lo H" M lllitrtl.
s KNAM In i. June I ' -M-mas'i
Totn Jones nuiNiuiiced IohIai h hai
matehed less WUlnrd fm Men round