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BaWTS USE LAST
Small and Chill Crowd of the
Falthful See-the Phillies
Win by a Run.
STICK WORK IS LIGHT
Ames and Wiltse Pitch Fair
Game, While Seaton Holds
The Natlonal League season at the Polo
Grounds came to a frlg'.d end yesterday
afternoon. when the Phillies BOOfld out a
2 to 1 vlctory over the Giants. There was
only one flash of exclteinent in the dreary
game to warm the hearts of BOVOf-l hun?
dred well chllled spectators. That came
ln the nlnth innlng, wlth one out. when
the champions fllled the bases. Crandall,
acting ae a pinch hltter, was robbed of a
hlt by a spectaeular one-handed catch on
the part of Dodge. and Chief Meyers was
doubled off flrst. endlng the atruggle.
The low temperatur* froze many a po
tentlal hlt ln the bats of both tOflUaa.
Laoa Ames and George Wdtae had a llttle
work-out against Seatou, of the Phllllea.
Kach team gathered slx hits unto itself.
hut Amea. with hls usual luck. cut loose
wlth a pass and a wiid pltch rlght ln the
Bflaao frame. with two hits, whlch gave
the vlsltors a braoe of tallies. These were
enough to win the game.
Seaton had the Giants well ln hand at
all tlmea. hla only dangerous period com
Ing ln the nlnth, when Crandall hlt Into a
double play. Although he waa wiid and
gave aeven basea on balls, tbe New York
team could not take advantage of hls
generoaity because of thelr weak stlck
Just about the time when everythlng
was shaplng up for a rally Seaton man
Oged M get control of the sphere and
strike out a couple of men. putting an
l BcctUOl damper on Bll lnsurgency. Nine
OfOre forced to walk the plank.
Bll] Kleni had a fleld day and banlshed
1-lavers rlght and left. The exodus start
ed lo the firat innlng. when Burns ln at
temptlng to steal si-cond apiked Kna'.e.
The hard worklng 'aecond baseman re
Ured ln favor of Dodge ln the next frame.
iharlie Herzo* conrj.lalned so vigorously
after belng called out bn atrikes ln the
second that KU-in Invlted him to share
the clubhouse letttat. Charlle mean
dered to a bench near the gate, where a
number of cholce 8SflBlta were stated. and
the caustlc shouts tjtiat floated therefrom
t,. UM bench caused Klem to diapatch a
boy in the next innlng to ask them to fold
their tents and quietly steal away.
Among thoae presetit were Fletcher and
Snodgras* la dtU-fa clothes. ln the
fourth. Nelson. of the J'hillles. was dis
misstd from the bfeich. The exile of
Heraeg meant that IBBTJ Doyle, who was
prtrp-rad to take a Bay of rt st, had to
appeai en the battltjfleld, Shafer moving
over to thlrd.
Although AflBBfl allowed onlv flve hits
and goYfl twu Ba_B_B in the flrst Bfl-Ofl
innlnsa, the PhlMek utllized them for
twu runs. Magee W;|!ked 'or ? alarter ln
the fourth. and tool second on Miller's
B0_8_BC_ The New Want pitcher thought
the time was ripe fOflj his usual wlld pltch,
and he proceeded to deliver the same, put?
ting Magee on third. Luderus singlcd to
centre. brlnglng Magee home. Dodge
grounded to Merkle, putting Luderus on
eecond, so that he counted on Doolan's
rai? to right. Merkle and Ames exe
The Giants scored their only run in the
.econd innlng. Merkle was safe on
Podge's erior. and atole his way to third
whlle llfliBUfl and Hartley wore fannlng.
Groh, however. was good for a timely
Bingle to centre, whlch brought Merkle
home 18 a walk. Although the youtigat-r
stole BcLond. Ames fanned.
The scon follows:
PHILADELVHIA. i NEW YORK;
abrh p" aai abrh po aa
ra?k?>rt cf 300 3 0 1 Burni, K....100 I 00
rolan 8b . 4 01 0 0 1 Shafer._..8b 4 02 1 4 0
,,,,; lf 810 8 0 0 H?'k*r. ef.. 20 0 0 0 0
MKIer rf III 1 0 0 M-.ir.ay. rf.,400 I 0 0
_ud*r_Blb 412 4 0 0 Merkle. 3b.. 41 2 12 10
K ab 0 0 0 1 0 0 Herzo-f, 8b.. 1 0 0 0 0 0
Doolan. as. 40 1 - 8 0 Hartley. c. 4 0 8 10
Killl'.r c 300 8 CO.Uroh. aa.... 301 0 50
BoaV?T'p 300 0 0 0j-M>er. 000 0 0 0
Ames. p.3 0 0 1 10
; tMrCormlck 10 0 0 0 0
I WIltBe. p... 000 0 10
JtCrandaJl... 100 0 0 0
Total*. . .81 2 6 27 10 11 Totala.28 1 ? 27 14 0
~^Batte.l ft-r Groh in nlnth Innlng tHatted
frr Amn ln saventh innlng. IHBttefl ror
tviltie In nlnth Innlnf.
ihrar york. oiooooooo-i
Flrat baaa on errorn N>w Tork. 2. Two~
r.aae hlt-Hertley. Kaerlflce hlt?Miller. Ptolen
bMaea-I>oolan. Merkle (2). Oroh. _eft on baaea
Ne? Vork. 8: l'h:iadelphia, 5. Double Play
p,,1a. and L-rterua. Flrat base on balls-otT
Aine* ' off etaton, 7. Struck out?By Amu,
t l,v Seaton. 9. Hlt by pltcher-By Seaton
atJuni"' Wlld pltch-Amea. Hlta-fiff Ain?*i?,
f, i? : lnntng>; off Wiltse. 1 ln 2 innlnfa. L'm
plrea-Klem and Orth Time?1:50.
A WALKAWAY FOR SENIORS
BlUy I.auder, 0olutnbla's new basebal!
iXiach, began hla work on Mornlngalde
Heights yesterday, when he umplred the
flrst game In the interelass Berles between
the Juniors and aenlore for the Eddle
Colllns medals. I_iuder dldn't get a
chance to aee much real ball pdaylng,
however, because the senlors made a
walkaway la a seven-lnning game, wln
nlng by a Bcore of 15 to T.
O'Neale. a 'varalty pltchcr, waa ln the
box for the 1913 team, but he had no con?
trol. Errore played a large part ln his
defeat. becauBe his teanimates couldn't
hold on to the ball when they got It.
Shaw and Gretch, who played thlrd
base last cpring, pltched for the senlors.
The score by lnnlngs follows:
R. n. E.
IWnlori . 4 0 0 0 4 5 B-n 18 5
Suniora....... .. .., 0 0 I 0 0 1 8-7 10 l
Batterlaa??haw. Oratch and RoeefT; OWeale
and I'alUhan. i'mplre-Mr. l_ti Lr
SHghtlyspacttd front Made
of white stript-d Madras?ex
o-t-ediogly smart 2 for 25c
C__et?a Peabodr flc Cotapaay. Ttoy.N.T.
in Major Leagues
5ATIONAI. LEAGIE GAMEfl TO-DAV.
Xew York at Brooklyn.
Philadelphia at Boston.
RF.St'T.TH OF GAMEI* YK**TEBDAY.
Philadelphia, '., New York. I.
Boston, 3; Itrooklyn, 2.
Itoston, 7; Brooklyn. 6.
I hlcago, 6; FitUbtirgb. 5.
NATIONAL LEAGIE STANDINIi.
W. L. PC. BJ. I.. P < ?
New York 101 47 .682 Phlla.. . - T3 7] .?M
Pltte.91 !?H .613 St. I/onla 63 ??? ?? '
fltieag-.. ?l> M .604 Ifklyn.. 01 ?' ;j80
lln'uatl.. 74 77 .4110 Boston. . 50 100 .3.1.1
______M AN LEAGIE GAMES TO-DAY.
W _-.liiiigt.ui at New York.
IW.?ton at Philadelphia.
Chlcago at Detrolt.
t i.ih.i.i at ?t. Laana,
BBBDUB of GAMES iBBIBBTslT.
fhlcaao, 8; Detrolt, 5.
(leveland, 4; St. Lo-i*. 2
AMERHAN LEAGIE STANDING.
H . L. P.( . *?? L* *_?
Boston... 103 46 .6Sii Clevel'd. 73 77 4W
Wa-htaa Kll ?0 .5117 lletrolt 69 81 ? ????
Phlla. 80 60 .5117 St. Loiita M Bl M*
Oricafl... 75 76 .407 New Y*_ 49 100 .3-9
10 GAMES TB GIFT
Superbas Bid Braves Farewell
for the Season.
f By Telegraph to Tha Tril.une. 1
Itoston.' Oct. 2,-The Brooklyn Super?
bas bade a touching farewell to the Bo?
ton Braves for the s*ason of 1912 at Na?
tional League Fark this afternoon. It ia
customarv among certain tribes of Ind
lans for the party leavlng to leave some
I.resont behlnd ln order that he may not
be forgotten, so the Huperbas, taklng a
qulet tip from Zach Wheat, left two
gamea behlnd them.
In the flrst battle the Superbas sprang
away lnto a lead of two runs before the
Braves caught their strlde, but thore
they atopped, whlle Kling's men gath
ered three runs ln one lnning and won
by a score of 3 to 2. The second affair
was one of the wlld and woolly sort, and
Boston won by a count of 7 to 6.
Tyler, the southpaw of the Bost'.n
team, went out on the rubber ln the
first game, opposed to Frank Allen. The
hitter began with a furlous rush, but be?
fore half a dosen Innlnga had been
Played he weakencd and Stack w?s sent
out to try to atop the fun, which he
di 1. hut all foo late to aave tho name.
The three runs, all that were ne.es
sary. had been scored long before he en
tored the game. Perdue started the sec?
ond game foi the Braves, hut he was
hammered off the rubber in the second
lnning. an.i M.Tlgue pitched good hall
for the romainder of the game. Knetzer
araa a slmple proposition at all times;
and was hit almowt at will.
Klrke. the Boston outflelder, had s good
day witn the bat and made five hits Bfl
his ihare of the plunder. John Hummel
made two two-baggers in the first game
The scores follow:
abrhpoaei abrh po a*
tamphell.cf 4 01 ??? BtaBM*. <__??}? ' .1
I.evlln. Sb.JOO 1 to'Outahaw. 2b 3 1 . JO
Bweeney 21.3 0 0 3 2 Oi Hummel. rf I 0 1 3 00
Klrka. lf.... 411 IlODaabart. lb. 4 8118 oi
Tltus rf... 811 10 1! Wheat. lf. - 4 0?? 2 0 0
Houser. 11.. 110 8 0 0:KlrKp*Ck.8b 800 0 10
Mai'vflt*. a* 402 010 Wahar. aa.. 2 00 1 40
Bariflsn. c. 401 koo Mlller. c... JOu 2 io
Tyler. p. 300 u .1 0.Allen. p. 200 1 ?
k, p.180 o ia
Totala.Vl 8 87? 8 1! Totala.80 2 5 24 M 2
Boston . oOOOOIOOj.3
RrookVn.: . -.. 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 J
Tivn base I Its Hummel (t), <._tn..bell bt* -
riflca alt* Flaher, Derlln. Hits M iUw, 7
ln t.1-8 innlng*.; off Sta^k. 1 ln I 2 8 lnn i.K"
Double Dlays Fisber, tlitshaw nnd Daubert.
Eweeney and Houaer. I>-fi in bas.s os on,
? roioeklyn, 8. rtraa bawe ea errora- Boston.
i: Brooklyn. 1. Flrst tase on tm?B-OeTrW,
8 off Allen. 8. Struck 0*1 Bf (yjjf. 8 Hlt
bv plu-het By Ktaok iHousen. U 11 . DWB
Tvler I'?*?ed ball -Mlller. i'mplre?Ka?on
and Johnstone. Tlme?1:30.
BO-TOK, I HKOOKI.YN.
abr h pn ? abr hpeae
Campll cf ot 8 0 OOMoran. rf... 6 1 2 101
De-.lln.8b88 0 8 B 0 o.tshaw. Jb 8 J l IJJ
Pu-nev. 2b 812 2H Ht.-ruH. cf l .00
Klrke. lf. 4 1 2 2 10 Daubert, lb. II I M
fltua rf.. 812 0 1 IWheat lf .. 4 l 1 20 1
Houaer.lb 4 0 0 10 0 0 KlikpVk. Ih 4 1 1 10 0
M*vllle m 412 2 31 FTaher, aa... 41 3 4 11
Rarldea r 40 1 8 00 Kmln, r....tO 1 I 0 0
I'errtue P. 0 0 0 0 0 0 KOetr.er. p.. 8 0 0 080
MoTlru'e.P 40 0 0 20 'Mlller. H 0 JH
* ItHummel... 10 0 000
Totala.. 34 7 12 27 13 ll Totals.3B 6 11 24 7 8
~M3atte<l for Erwln ln nlnth lnning. tHatte'l
for Knetaer ln nlnth lnning.
raaaaaa. 1 ? ' ! J * ? : X_I
Brooklyn. 0 3 0 0 0 0 10 2-8
Two-baae hlta- I'ampbell. Flsher. Klrke. Dau
bar* Stangel Hits off Pinlne. ? ln 1 1 3 Inn
btg-J off M.-Tltoie. 6 In 7 2 3 IrinlnaS. Sarrlflre
l.lt -Hweeney. OtoUn ba?es Moran, Klrki^t
rlck Double playa?Flsher and Cutshaw.
Klrko and Sweeney; I'utshaw funnsslst.-rt").
Lafl rn laaaa Bnstnn 6. Brooklyn. 7 riret
baae on balla-Dff Pf-rdlM, 1; off afcTigua. li
off Knetaer. 2. First bas? on error* Itoston.
1 Br.?klyn. 1. Ktrurk out-Hy MeTigu. 4:
bv Knetaer, 8- Pa?.*M ball-RrwIn. U ll'l
pltch-Knetser. Balk Knatzer. l.niplres-John
stone and Kason. Tlme l *3.
C0TTER BATS OUT VICT0RY
Two Singles Win for Oubs in
Battle with Pirates.
Chlcago, Oct. 1?Dlck Cotter's two sln
gles, one ln the nlnth lnning and the other
In the tentb, enabled Chlcago to win the
ftnal game of the series wlth I'lttshurgh
here to-.lay by s soore of ? to V
Schulte's tblrtoenth home run tled the
score ln the alxth. but Wllson's homer
gave the visitors the lead ln the elghth
frame. Wlth the bases full ln the tenth
and two out, Cotter slngled, scoring
Bcbulte wlth the wlnnlng run.
The score followB:
CHirAGO.' J PITTSBl'RtlH.
abr h po ae abr h et a?
PherVd lf 310 8 0 0|MrCrthy,8b 40080
Vl.r cf 51 l 1 Jofarey. lf .. 4 1 2 4 10
xSSSi. mU o i Mlfratt. rf.. Bl j 1 II
7.ln.-an.l- J0 1 2 0 0 \\ agnar. m ?t 2 I 11
.,?,..?', ih 21 1 0 10, Oray. lb... 41 1 5 10
Kte'rf Sl 1 0 18 Wllioa, of. 51 8 8 00
Hal,r i". 4 0 110 OO! Butler. th. 4 0 1 8 2 1
S??ra "h 1 0 0 0 OOjOlbaon. c.SO 0 8 10
Down-. 8b 41 7 10 0 o'famnlt*. P * 0 1 0 10
A7cVe* c 40 U0 lOlBoblnson.P 0 0 0 0 ?
LaVdar, P " 1 _ _!
Cotter. c . -'0 l 0 0 0.
?Wllllama 01 0 0 0 0
Smith. r- o 0 0 0 1 (i
Totala...M8 1130 12 1
Tota>... 88 S 12129 10 2
?Ban for Archer ln nlnth innlng thatteo for
Lavender ln nlnth Innlng. tTwo out when
wlnnlng run was acon".
(.h,,_-0 . 200002001 1?8
Wtt-b-r*-... 0 0 10 0 8 0 10 0-8
Two-baae hlta ? Hyatt. Wagn?r, Downa,
4rchar Threo-baae hlt-MUler Home runs -
K. hulte. Wilson Hits?Off Camnltz. 7 In S 1-8
Innlnga off F.oblnaon, 4 tn 12-1 Innlngs; off
I avender 12 ln ? Innlnga; off 8mlth. none ln
-'l Innlng Ba<-rlflce hlta?Car.-y, Hchulte. Oray.
Stolen baae-Kchulte. Doublr playa-I_ivaiMer
and Af-ber an.i Saler; Hyatt and tilbson lvft
oa baaea-<*hlcnfo. ?: riltsbmgh. ?. Flrst baae
<,n balla-Off I-ivendar. 4; off ramnltz. 4; off
Bobinson. 1. Utruok out-Hy Lavender. 7; by
(nmtilt-. 2- I'mplrea?Owena and Biennan
Tlme-2:'l0. __ _
CHANOE BACK ON FIELD.
("hicairo, Ofli 2?Frank L. Ciiance,
manager of tho I'hicago C-ba, ?ppaarad
on the liebi to-day for the flrat time since
hc was operated on recently ln Now York
for a blood clot. His vlslt to the park
was mada at the morning practlce and
was not exjiected by the players.
Ii< int. nos to Uke command during
the clty H.rles between the Cubs and ths
TIMELY BITS OF W
Papke Suspended and Ban May
Reach Across the Ocean.
BOXING COMMISSION ACTS
Washington Critic Says Red
Sox Must Take a Brace to
Beat the Giants.
Billy Papke, who is accused of havlng
failed to keep hls aRreement to box l"8_?k
Mantell at the New 8tar A. C. on Tues?
day night deBplte the faet that he offer.d
as an excuse that he had hurt hls hand
whlle leavlng an automoblle was sus?
pended by the Ktate Athletlc ComfniMon
at its meeting jrsterday afternoon, "wi'.h
the underBtandlr.ir," lt araa annouiieed.
?that his case arlll be iQtoMldflrfld when
he appllea for reinstatement."
It was explalned tbat as PBpkfl wos >.n
the hlgh seatr i n roi'te for Kranee. ?rbero
he ia to meet Ooorgea Curpentler on Qcto
ber 22, aome provision had to be made for
hlm to make a personal appearonoo.
Moreover. the commission sent the foi-1
lOOrtag cable, messase to Paul P.osscati.
president of the French Pefla ratl.m of
lloxing C'lubs, I'arlH: "Papke B-Btpeajdod
We fool 8M_8BOe_0On abould be siist.ilned I
tn France, as w.- arlll BUetfllfl BflapanflkflBO
by your federation. See Breyei.
When Vletor Hreyer. the Fren- h pro- ,
moter, was in UUa eountry a few months
ago a verbal understanding was reoehed J
between the Frenchman and the commis
alon relative to Buspenhlona.
Leach Cross made a peraonal nppeal to
the commiaBlon yeaterday for reinstate?
ment, but it tcok no action. A llcense wa
granted the Forty-fourth Street A. <'.,
wlth headquartrirs In the bulldlng for?
merly occupled by the Natlonal Sporting
Club, in 44th Btreet, between Klghth and
Nlnth avenues. Dan McKettrick is presi?
dent of the new club, Hownrd Ravelle
secretary and Benjamln Ix>eb 18-80?Tar.
,Ioe S. Jackson, tbfl Washington BBM80
ball critic, who not so loog ago BXpreflaed
the opinion thai tbfl Bed boa aere logteal
favorltes over the Giants for the world's
serles, is beginnlng to weuken. Ib- sai 1
under hls signature on Tuesday mon.Ing
after PoBtO- had won and lost a game to
This Boston club, on the ahowing that
It ls maklnir. here, ls fon-lhi: thOflfl wl.o
have been pickiriK it hb a BUTfl wlriner in
the world's serlea to weaken. It does
BOt look like the team that fouj-ht lt
way through Um seaaon lo a pennant,
and on ith prOBflBl form Ih BOl ae Btrotas
?h* were the Qlflntfl last fall, wh.-n Ihe
OPPOaed the Athletics. The team Bb<rarfl
a laek of aflflrflaalon and an Inabillt] t"
make pood on Ita opporturdtles. It had
ten pass. s on Haturdiiy. and ma.lfl IWO
t_na, Yesterday fltovaa men were Kiven
free ti anspoflatlOB of one flort or other,
wlth three rer-rnlts worklng. and the
comlnK champions were forred to their
llmlt to win
The team doea not look rlsht. and
there ia some doubt that It wlll get back
lli tillie to show :it Ita best. Bpflmker, the
strons man <.f tbe Bed Sox, Is playina
hls BBflM In the lleld. hut doea not KMfl
like hlmself al tbr bat a/agaer is the
one tnan OB the . lob who 1<?<.k?? reolv for
Um test ferke. probably win ajtve a
good areount of himaelf ln the aerles, and
H'.oper Ih l.ettei nOB tban al any time
thia BflOflOB i? iit tbfl t.-nni as fl whob*
doe- not look like tht club on whom th*
American l4_giifl parttaafl? have bflOfl
bariklng. It musi braca Ifl the leinalnlrm
four games to uo into the world'a ??
currying the coflfldence of the Bupportera
of the Job?BOtl .ircult.
II la pOflflU'le that Jackson chanite.J hla
nilnd on.e more after the Red Sox ^mot'i
eie.l the gflflMTtOTfl .11 Tuesday bf a BOOTfl
of 12 to 8.
Th* Washington BfltlflltBfl. flrbO arfl
maklnK a great flsrlit to baal the Atbletk
for Bflflaaad ptaea iri th- A_Mrk*aa U -
| race. wlll bflglfl tbe lnst scrles of thfl y.ir
! with the Yankees here thls BfteroOOO.
Wolverton wlll IntrodflsM BflVOral B48
' plsyera t'. Boa _Oe_ "f.ins,'- in.-lndlofl
Mldklff, who has eained favnrahla < om
ment all over the clrcult; BflBUnQ. tbfl
j pltcher, who wns purchased for IT..*'1.
! goboH?i a prornlsing left handor. and the
i new Inflelders, Claadfl DeriBk, formerly
I of the Athletics. and Ilarblson, of the
Police f'nmmiasloiier Waldo anno'inced
yesterday that he haa been reeelVtOfl let?
tera from a BUBflbar of piwinls_f youpg
boya ln nearby towns B_Utflg thal th. Ir
sons had left thelr hom>>s arn! arera 00
thelr way to thls clty for Ihe PWrpOQfl Ol
aeelng the ehamplonship bflflB?B- gBTflrtl
whlch are to be played bOtWeOB Um OS?flitfl
and the Red Sox next arOflk.
All of the letters, BO00r_4_g to th. COflB
mlssloner, atate that thfl boys have the
"baseball 08000," and that after they had
aecured enoiiajh r i?.ney Utflg b-ft thelr
homca and started for thls clty.
The ?'omnilasloner Btalfld that descrip
tlons of the bOJTfl had boflfl sent tO hlm 'ri
the letters, and that be would have extra
policemen at the Polo QfOflflda for tii.
flrat game, next Tuesday, to aee lf they
could flnd any of the mlasliiK ls?ya. If
they are found they wlll be held until the
arrlval of thelr parents.
In aelcctlriK Ja.k Denning, Ihe local
mlddlewelght. to bOB Kfl-Jfl Mcdoort.v ln
the Garden next Monday nlght Hilly
Glbson aays the "fans" can Ret a llne 00
McGoortya battle wlth .Mlke Gll.bons ln
November. 1'ennlnt? has twic. BtagOd t<ii
rounds wlth (Jlbbons. The flrat time the
latter was Hllghtly outpolnted, but In the
aecond bout Denning was soundly beaten.
KNOCKOUT BROWN IN DRAW
Eagan No Match for Britton in
Three Rounds of Boxing.
"Knockout" BfOO'n, one time the IdoL of
New York boxlti); "fana." waa forced 80
box at top flpeed to galn a draw wlth
Johnny Lore in ten furlous roundfl at the
gt. Nicholas Athletlc Clob laat nlirht.
While a draw would harm nelther, IhOTfl
were many who flOOfl went B'< far as to
state that in a lorigar ooOttOOt Hiown
would have been whlpped, as Iaoro kept
comlng faat all the time.
JflflB Kendrlck l.ox.d ten Indifferent
rounds wlth "Young ' (J'l^-ary to a draw.
while Ja<'k Hrltlon bt-flgMd ?'...? __g__, of
Boaton. ln three rounda, after on unequal
Hrown'a long and enforced lav-off has
done hlm no Kood. He wus palnfully bIow
ln the optnlng rounds and mlased hln
leads like an undeveloped amateur. Lore
was never ln any great danger and ael
dom alowed down tn hla efforts.
The Kagan-Britton l>out was farchal.
Ragan waa aubstltuted at the laat mtn
ute for "Pal" llOOre, who injurtd h:s
hand in training. Hrltton tl.x>reU him in
the third round with a short rlght and
finiahed the batiie wlth a Uit hook to
HaiM-l.all To-dav. Btflfl P.M. X T. Ainarleana
va W'aahlnrtori. Amtr I-eaflu* Tark. Adm &0c
New York Cricketers Play Fine
Uphill Game in Vain.
EARLY LEAD TOO GREAT
Matthews Again Stars?Auto
graphed Bats for Poyer
The Australlan crlcket team. desplte
isplendid uphill work on tho part of the
hoir-e plavers, defeated the- All New York
taaflfl Ifl the Internatlonal crlcket mat<"h
at Llvlngston, yesterday, by a score of
111 to fl-, The tlme, howover, am ex^
ttateei a few mlnutes by the oourteay ?t
tba home captain to brlng about lida re
?att. u Ht I e-Ooeh thara am eW one
alcket to fall on the Now York aM*
Crlck*! of a f-"" ,)e,,'r rina,Uy ,
?hava on both thtaa m tha f*^***
play. Ti..- A-aatal-aafl amat m f-.r hitting
t(> a lart-flf ex.ent. whlle N.w York^ al
thougfe Hl.implng toward the end flflflB
T,ie*day, manaKcl to mako a much better
Bbowlflfl during the tirst part of ihett 8*0
?n.l innlnga. an.i the flrat wicket actua l>
r.nidu. ed more runs than the whole of the
?,?. ? wiekets on Iba Pr.-cc.llng days
1 "ilatthows acai.i had tbe batsmen In dlf
n,.?,,,?, ?,rM of the tlme and flnlshed
witn the splendid record of seven wlckets
for foitv-three runs The beat bowllng on
the N.w Y.irli Bfc-8 was dono by Ofl
,?;.. ho. who took thraa wlckets for flfty
six runs, whlle lloflklngs capttire.l a couple
of wlckets. but was rather expensive.
Two t.ats, aut.iKraphed by every player
on the vlsltlng BtfO, were presented by
Uobert B. Benjamln, the Australlan man
1Ker to J. L. Poyer and I- Coinacho. re
spectlvely, for their flne work ln battlng
Play arai resumed at 11:30 wlth tha over
nlght not out batsmen. a Kelleway and
T ! MatthewB, oppoaed to the bowllng
Of Hoskuigs and Kelly. Seven runs were
,,il..i t,, th.- total when Matthews was
well caught bv (Jautier ut long Iflg.
.\ pae-Har Pau iWaaarod H. Wabatar'a
?.|v.-i,t lo tl.e w.K.t Tb- n.w.otn.-r
skie.l a hall whlch the bnwU r trb-.l hard
for but oflold aal iioid. n feii from his
hands and I.KlKe.l ln the pads cf the bats
man on the other Bfl-L An appeat to the
umpire resiilted In a ?"not-o.if derlslon
Mavne's long Innlnga. whlch nette.l l.'.m
? eama IO an end when 8t.?inthnl eflflfht
hlm at mi.l-off at ll'.1. and D Smith -tt-d
tho racaacr taattk got Imay laruaedlate
K Ib- hlt n .-int-le. then a fOflT, atid then
drare Caaafleka aal of the -jmunds for ?'.
Kelly mi' trflOtad ln a slmllar manm>r
ln the next over. the hall (otaS clear over
th.- tarraea to an adtatntflf kaflaae \\>h
st.r an-l Smith ke,.t toKother untll the
IflBOtMOfl InteiVBl, when tl.e s.-oro sfx.-l at
IM for ttae wl-keta
?lx runs ar*ra added after Iwncheon be?
fore the BtXtfe akkOl Wl Webster. after
r.mnlng BP ?. K"t in front of a straight
hall from Roa-lnSa, Bad the .leclr-'.on was
A rour of applau.se greeted the appesr
?r.e of Captain Oregory at tl.e -wicket.
Aaother six <.fT CMaaeha was rnatf* ?>>?
Hmltb. who IbCfl wa** badly mlssed by
<> I-irvllb- lt. the lonn BaM Orecory
Oj-fllekt] nma-'M 16. when he hlt H. Poyer,
who had gone Ofl ln pla. e of I'omacho. at
.. i..ii. on. arbat* atejert mada a taa
M, I_ir.ii and Wiltty flflttad fie.ly un?
tll i-B, when Captalfl -h,a_*arr tataSaeea
the Australlan inntngs ClOflad flitk H
aHoketa down for -~0. and aent New Vork
in t.. but in an aad aa aaa io eaatara h
at-kctd m h piayit.g time <.r two _a_ra
an.i twaaty aratafltaa.
ln ,. mii.ority <>f W runs the New Vork
i?.iMi..ii. .i U i'o>.r an.i C I Mfllflhall,
mmt.-.l t.. th.- bowllng of Km.-ry aad
Whitty. itunfl eaaa* aaaaa from tha start,
ai,.1 th.- jnipro\cd form of tl..- local bats
i.i.-n in,t with aaata*.! iac-salU*a tVoaa
Ibe -i'.-< tat..r>.
\t U0 Poy? w.ia i auglit at OOTeT BOUl
f.u .i Bblendld innlngM of f.4, whlch In
cluded ll b.nindary nite. II. iiud been
i.aitini; for an noiir und nlne inii.ut.-n.
up an.i ?aaaaa-rloa tattaw
Fusi li.ninjs BoaaaM innlnga.
. |_ell?w_)ra l b w, b c J. l"o>?r. b
C-aaa.be . 12 coman.o ....ao
ti 11 hmnirry, o i '?H?b
l, hnly . 1 c and b Kelly. 0
X I Matthews. b C Uautler. b
Hoaklaoa . 8 Hoakin.s .
K 1( M-ynt-.
J. l'oyer ..
ll iVebstar. c and b
p M.utli, st B. Tur
vlll.-, b Coinacho. . . .
i. Inl .al,
_i i 'onia. ho
C ii.il.tler, I,
8J Comachu ....
1 b ?*, I. Hos
80 k iii*s . 81
1 Poyer .
8 i: <;re?;ory, not out
J W M. ljiren, 1 b ??.
b ll.wklnga . 1 not out
\V I Whitty. b lo
ina. ho . ? not out
K I .ntol.l. I. Mosklnxs o OM not
Kxtras. ? Kxtras
(dedared for H
x^tais.157 arteketa) .256
H BB at earh wl.ket (llrst ;ic I... *. 2, 10,
44 4>l 12*.. 187, I4H, IM. IM. I*>7 Se. .md Inn
inc* ;. m, te, tee, 121. 10a, 211. _a_
1 Irst InnltiKs Ilalls. Mds. Ituns Wkts
Ilosklnrs .- *"
Kelli . g
.,' I'oyar . -- M
. '..nia.-ho . "2
.-..1.1. . . =?
He, ..nd Innlnga?
Hosklna* . *4
Kelly . fl
Comacho . "*
H Poyer. M
0. Turvllle . ?
1. U Poyer. b Mat
thewa . ? r
C. B. Marshall. b
Matthewa . 18 b
A ir-^klngs. b
Whlttv . 1' b
K. fl 1. i-telnthal.
b Matthews. 11 b
t, Comii'-ho. b Mat
th.-v.s . ? b
(. I.ir.llle. b Mat
th.'ws . - 8
Webster, h Kel
r i* Keiiy. b Wfcat*
t v .
,1 r^lth-Roas. b
F Mababir, I. flfktt
H. A. Meyera, 8 and
H Poyer. b Mat?
thewa . ?
K Turvllle, not out.
Smith. b Mat?
thewa . ?
8 8 nnd b Kelleway 4
la Wehster, b Mat
Ukeara . ?
1 r Mc!_vren, b Kel?
leway . II
8 b Kelleway. 8
Matthews . 0
fl c tVak-ttr, 1. Mat
thewa . U.
F. Oauller. h W hlt
t v .
st carkeek, b
M.-itth"?s . 0
r Webster, b Mat?
thewa . 8
not out. 0
M R. '*ohb. e Pen
? fold. b Whitty. I
i Extras . 7
Totala. 88 .
Runs at earti wicket (flrat Innlngl-IB. 24, 88.
ti. 40 14 4? 48 M. 51, 51, 11. 58. 58; second
I Innlng. 5?. 69, S?, 118. 110. 111. 111. 1S0. 1S1. 1J2.
ui, l?0, UR
HOWMN'.; ANAI.V.-?IS FIHST INNINO
llalls Mds Runs Wks
Matthewa. ... 72
i Whitty. 8? 4
I Matthewa. KO 4
I Wiltty. 8fi
I Ihneiv. 8*
Kelleway. "i ?
I Mcl_?ren. 18 1
Reserved Seats for World's
Series on Sale Monday
Four Thousand Tickets To
Be Offered at the Polo
Grounds at Nine O'clock.
John A. Heydler, representatlve of
the natlonal commission, ln charge of
the New York ticket aale for the
world's serlos baseball games, nn
nonnced last night that all advance
tickPt resorvationa approved under the
regu'.atlonn of the natlonal commission,
both ln thls clty and ln Boston, had
been fllled. No further applleatlons,
therefore, from any source wlll recelve
The remRinlng tickets ln pToa/ York
for the reserved portlon of the upper
gramlstand. at $3 each. will be sold at
B public sale to be hold at the Polo
BADEN SHOWS IHE WAY
Sets Record in Winning Buck
eye Stake at Columbus.
rolumbus, Ohlo, Oct. J.-Baden. beaten
laat week in the Hoster-Columbus Stake,
. aptured the Huckeye thls afternoon. and
in ho doing defeated the same trotters
that were ahead of him ln the rlcher
race at the Grand Clrcult meeting. He
trotted the flrst and thlrd heats ln
_:05^4, half a second better than hls
owu previous record. The performan. e
gave the stake a new record and ranks
as the best of the year for trofters of
Baden's claas. His winnlngs for the
season are now |29,100.
BTBi COTd and Bessie Bee, like Baden,
were winning favorltes. The former
took the 2:11 trot In Btralght heats.
Bessie Bee waa thlrd twice ln the 2:15
pace and then started to win. The 2:14
trot. flve heats of whi. h weie trotted on
Tooodar. arofl araa by Doertor ariBoaa.
Irrp-tuous I'almer, a thre.-y.-ui-old.
paeor. oarajod bf L C Blaaarr. ot Bue
iiell, BL, and drlven by C. A. Viilentine,
made hlmself the world's champlon for
stalllons of the age. He won in an et
tack asalnat the record, 2:05 4. held
jointly by Jlm Logan and Klatawah
The time by quarters wai .81%, 1.83 ?.
1 :U<? 2 06 V
The more Important summarles follow:
Iw-'INO ~1:10 CLaM -VVBMB, H.Bfl -
?riiiiKB in mra
I!ea?l? flflfl, B BB., BO ?_? OO- .......
?Hrd iParkerj. ?? ? ' ? J
A.ieime W., ea. ra., by Jetaef _ -
atllU- (Uordoiil.,,'i A A k 2
Btetbrtno !_.!. ch h. iBotoer).. II ? ? *
Vlew BMer. b. g. (HeOrtck).... '? I f f *
Prt-oa K . b a. ffllck) \ _ ! \ \"
Sllv?r Plaiantf ro * iStokeal.. 4 4 4 4 ro
Katttfl <iray. B. IB. iWW. ^
Dr. ("ear. s. h. (Strphi-na).fl 9 1 J?
1'ete. fl. K (Hlianki .j..Tfl fta
Tli.ie. 2iM'.. I-8-. -<lfl,?. 2:<*''- -074'
tButmna 2.12 c_a_8?auaarrabtak_,
?8,000 TH-U-fl W itvk
gOBoa, br. b. b] B<aflj_ra "*?*?_?? ?? 1 t >
IMth M-'iragor. .h Ri (_cD?__4)... 1 ?} ?
i;ath?r OT., _ m ?' ?<l . ! ' J
I>orah M'dtiim. blk m tUeerai. ? ; J
T_t Wandertr. b a i- Muceyi. fl ? ?
Dave Maii-. br. B fMtarphyl . 7 * *
Oakdale, c a t_?ow) .? !J
I'.-t.r Boy. b h fC "''".oft)-??:,.;?? H H flr
Time. 2 o.V.. trOO'4, |_B a.
T<> BBjAT iibbb. vroaLirfl nweoBD ron
tim'.kk YKAH OLD PACINO BTALUOKB
; .,, Palflwr. _ e . by Iwoafaaa DeaH
Tum, 2 0f.'?.
WHITE SOX DRUB TIGERS
Cobb Clinches Batting Chara
pionship of Major Leagues.
Detrolt. Oet l-__8O0_0 defeated I>.
trolt here to-day bv h 8*88** of I to | in
a B-8B- in arhleb Cobb. hBUag and baee
runnliiK wax a fe.iture.
Hy Kettina f"ur hits In four Jlmea at
bai Cobb praollnalrr akbiehfld the bmtinK
eh-88)4*l0_ablp of the niajor leatnies for
The score t-UOWB:
CBICAOO I D-TFtplT.
Itath 2b 62 1181 Bflflb* BB.... 10 0 | 81
lenl'lf". 63 11 0 1 .'..rrtdou. Sb 5 1 IM
Colllaa, rt'. 5 1 2 1 0 0Unnea. rf.... 01 1 I M
,i. .j.,. ,-f 41 t 3 OOH.'ohb, cf. II 4 | 08
,,rU.ib. a tii ooy^eli.11 51 o i o
Ealdar 8b 4 1 ft 2 10 I..md<*n. Jh . 10 0 t 8n
VVtar^ir.a, 4116 81 B.Otialow.lb 4 0 18 0
Bulllvan, C 4 0 1 8 10'J Omlnw, c 0 0 18
Cirettr p. 8o .) o |0 B_cbar,?... 00 0 8 IJ
Waiib p. . oo 0 0 lOiJeaaaB. p... *<) J ? aa
' V I |i -hU-r. |) . 0 0 0 0 or
(?Morlart).. 10 l 0 0 0
| tstanage... 00 0 0 00
| tlx_l. 00 0 0 OO
Totala...-OliaBTMl! _a0ola.BlUaTB l
'Matted for .1 OflflOB- ln the elKbth Innlna;.
tBtattedfor Jaoaon la tha -isi.th Innlng. tnan
for Hlanana In tbe elfllith Innlna.
?-'- . 0 8 1 I I 8 0 0 0-J
Two baaa BH Oori__ TbTBa baaa hlt- t>.r.l.
Hlt*> 4 irr .lennen. U ln % Innln*?: otl Poehl-r.
1 ln 1 Innliifl. Bfl OfJOtte. 18 ln 7 2 3 Inninr:--;
off Walab, l h. l l 8 innin... Bacriflre h '
Cobb Cl.-otte. Ptolen baeaa OobB, Bath, -I
U?. Double plajra-J. Oaalgw to E Oji-w,
Zelder to Borton: Ilatli U^aver lo CoUtaa.
Utt on baaea laanalt, 0; (iib-?so. 0. Kir?t
b??o on balla OA .len*?n. 4. ..rf < Icotte. 8.
Fimt ba*- on arwO Chk-go, i BO*aeb out
ny Jaaaaa, t; bj B-ablar, l; by ?4*otte, s.
wn.i pl8cb-i Jeaaeii, Cleott* ' aaptraa -
O'U.uirl.lIri Hnrl M.-iireevey. Tlni'- 2.01.
NAPS BUNCH HITS AND WIN
Alliston Weakens in Eighth?
Brown'a Errors Oostly.
St I^iuIh, Oct. 2.?Clevelmirl won the
openlng game of the farewell aerles wlth
Ht. bOOJa thls afternoon by a OOOTfl of 4
to 2 by bunchlng hlta off Alliaton wlth
BITOra by his team rrutten ln the eighth
TR00P A WINS AT POLO
Beats Troop E in Semi-Final
Round for Cup.
In a alx-perlod BOraOeh gBBM ;)l Vflfl
Tortlandt I'ark jentenh.y In th.. series for
the gfljOO?TOO A team champlonahlp flBBJ
glven by W. B lloneton, Jr., Troop A de?
feated Troop K, th. present hold.rs of
the trophy, by a acore of t_ M l_ Kon\f.
The wdnners meet thfl headgjtOnrters team
ln thfl final to-morrow afternoon.
Be gflflda were hc. ,ed m thfl BlOl period.
In tho eecond and thlrd portoda l.annoti
Oeoaed BOe Troop E and Smitb for Trooi
A, B fflflfl belng allowed agalnat LflBBO i
Hmlth got a goal in the fourth after Boveti
mlnutea of abe-aml-take play, gi>- tearn.*
belng all squart. at Its OaOOfl wlth l1.. fljOflll
t.'olhy and Ely had COOBtfl bl the fifth
leavlr.K thfl Bfl stlll on, and the laat and
decl'lve goal wbh made by Smlth, lli?
only tally of tbfl alxth jn-rlod.
The line-up follown :
TROOP A TROOP K.
No. 1?A. C, Pnilth. W_ I J. I>. l_nnoi>.
N... B li. itunkir- [No. 8 '!' D Cotbj
No ll T. S Karrelly. |__8 lt C _M
Ba H C. El] Hack - \\ ll lloneton
Ti?k>p A -OoalB. 4; leaa permlty. _j t.ital
34. Troop K fl?la rarne.i, :i: I.J.B jienalty,
'-.. total, 2', 1 Indhldual ?.-.?-lu Smlth. .1
I.annon. 2: F.ly 1, <'olh>. 1. Pe-BttUa 1-Viuli
aitalnHt l_nnou and HI). Itefvree- J. B
Bjraiicer. Tlmer?Iaoula Ijlullar.
Grounds on Monday morning. October
7, at 9 o'clock. Tlckets for first. second
and third games will be sold at thls
sale, but at three different tlcket win
The preferred reservatlons allotted
under the rules were kept down better
than at flrst expected. so that, approxl
mutoly, four thouaand reserved aeats for
each game will be avallable for thls
public advance sale.
No more than two tlckeis will be sold
to a person. After these seats are dis
posed of there will stlll be nearly thlrty
thousand seats divlded between the
lower grandstand and the bleachers, to
be sold OB the day of each game, flrst
come flrst served. It will be uaeless to
apply to either the N'ew York club or
Mr. Heydler for tlckets, as all appli
cunts will be referred to the public sale.
MISS BROWNE IN DEFEAI
Miss Wagner's Victory the Sur
prise of the Day.
Mlss Marie Wagner, t?e national Indoor
lawn tennis champion, loomed up as tho
most probable wlnner of the metropolitan
sinxh-s tltle when she defeated Miss Mary
Browne, of l'asadeiia, Cal.. the outdo.r
national tltle holder, yesterday in the sec
oti I lound of the open tournament now :r.
progress on the courts of the West Slde
Lawn Tennis Club. ,38th street and
Broadvay. Mlss Wagner, playing in ex
ccptlonal form, bested her opponent ln a
match that was marked wlth cleverness.
She won at 6?4, ??3. Both sets wero ro
plete with sensatlonal playing,
The defeat of the national outd'or
champlon furnlshed the surprlse of th<
day. Mlss Hrowne has been competin-.?
ateadfly in almost every tournament of
any importan. o throughout the countr.',
and in almost all of her matchea BflJ
C088M out \ ictor. VeMerday she met an
oppOflafll who ls at her best when oppo-'"'1
t( a player who ls fast and able to se-nd
tba bafl wlil/.zing over the net. Miss
Browne smnshed the ball with terriflc
force thro-jghout the Kame, but her speedy
.'rlves faile.l to slop Mlas Wagner. __M
Ofltptaead Miss Browne. Most of Miss
WeSjaeft returns w.-re fiput where her
oppoaaat w-as unable to reach them.
Mlss Wagner played a better game of
lawn tennis than she has exhihited in
OthOT tournamenta thls season. She never
fllnche.l under the terriflc drives sent her
way bv Mlss Browne, and was able t>.
return the most difflctilt angl* shots. aftaa
Brflarfla several times came close. to the
pet ln an attempt to play the close raw,
game. but her rlval for the championshl >
laur.-I.s was too fast for her.
Mlss Wagner won the flrst game of the
opetiinfs set, and then each player alternat
ed untll tho acore waa at 3 all. Mlss Wag?
ner won the next two games,and only need
e.l aaothaa* to win the aet. Wlth the score
at 5-3 agalnst her. Misa Browne made
fl denperate effort to even matters, and i
r.tllicd sufflclently to keep the game to j
.1. BOO for almost flfteen mlnutes. Then, |
.?ft? r gvttlni; tlM advantage through Miss
WuKtier'H do-bl* faiilt. Mlss Browne flnal
ly aiinex.d tlie gamo when Misa Wagners
return went for un out
IffaM Wagner was stendler than her op
pon.nt In th* next game. and annexed
that, therehy wlnnlng the set at 6-4. Mlss
W'aKtier's .ff.'ctlv.' ba.-k court play and
hat aaaaahlaa drlvcs for placement shots
anablad bet ro dofoal the W'estern eham
plafl aaora aaaUy la 'he a^.-ond set.
Plfly advanced rapl.ily in the douhles
.ui.I BBlzad doflblaa, the a. 'id round ofl
each being played. Miss Browne. palred
ITltk Mkaa Fcnno. of Moston. defeated Mrs.
I'ort.-r and Mi-. Wilbourne in the flrst,
hut lost to Mra. (hapman and Mrs
liarahall McLeoan, a former champlon, In
the ?,cond round. Mlss Wagner and Mlss
Klsh quallfled for the thlrd round of the I
doubta* l>> wlnnlng th.-tr matchcs tn tho
Bnl and aaaarBd rouada.
Mra Hougiaa and Tkaodoaro I'ell, who
cotnp.tcd in the Sw. dlsh Olymplc tennla
mat Chaa. defeated Miss llolden and C.
Ckambara in tha aatxad flnwkaao Miss
Wasjoaa arlll ptay agalnst Mrs. Poaoh in
the cotitlnuation of th.- Btefta matches
The hutnmarlcs follow:
Women'a metropolitan alngles .iiamrlonslilp
(Becond roiin.li Miss Mailt Wagner defeated
Mlaa Mary Brown*, ''> *. "> t,
Thlrd I...I..1 -Miss Kllzubeth Hun<e defeated
Mlaa lt ll PiuuMtl, 8 0, a 0: Mra. l'arg.r
\s..iia.h dofaataO Miss il liHwltt. t> o, ??0;
Mlaa Braa Mor.us uefeated Mra a. lt. cv.i.t.
tl o, a l, Mrs. (1. il<- liciadorff defeated Mra
Robert a Popa, 4?0, 1?8, rt .:. Mlaa lua
Ki?s.l d.feated Mlss Edlth Owynne. 6?il. 2 -tl.
Wonien's metroiwllt-ri .l.iui.h-a cliamplonshtr.
(flrat ro.indi Mlss Man B80WM and Mlss
Marloo l-Vimo dofoatod Mrs. Porter and Mrs.
Wllhourne, ?... a 2; Mlss Marie Wagner and
Mlss VS-UU Fl*h defeated Mrs. "f. .S.-hiiiltz and
Mle. .; Whlllng. fl 1. 0-3.
Qflooai. r.nin.l Mr?. R. N wnilama and
Mlaa Bllsabath Baaoa defeated Mra. i!ar.-r
Wallacl) and Mra. J. <i t'ouglaa, tl 4. 4 ?>.
il i, Mlaa Dorothy Kan.. and Mlea lnu Klssei
d.f.ated Mrs. ti do llersdorff ajid Miss Kdllh
Bagga, rt _, a-2; Mra. Weaver and Mlaa Braa
M-rcua defeated Mlss 11 lt. Punn.-tt an.l Mi?
1\ Mcrrltt, tl- O. 6 2; Mrs Oooi** ''hapmun
and Mrs. Marshall Mct_*_ defeated Misa
M..ry Browaa aaa mi*? Martoo V-aao, 2 fl.
7 .">, 7 .">, Mlss Mnrle Wagner an.l Mlss
Fanny Klsh defeated Mlaa Adele I'ragln and
Ml>s dertrude U.-lia Totro, rt _, tv 2; Mra. W.
Poiich und Mlss Kdlth Han.ly defeated Mra.
A. H. Oadar and Mlss C DMaosraa. rt l, 0?i;
MIsh Clara '"assel and Mrt A l.elun.in de
ftatasl Mrs. (i. Touchard and Mrs. A. K. Itnn
ney, rt 3, 0?Oi Miss I .Jwvnne and Misa
.lane Rowooo defeated Mra U O. Mnrrla and
Mass if Ii.-witt, ? 7. rt .3.
Mlxed doiihlea (flrst round) Mlss Ina Kla
ael nnd (V Leonanl rtef-ated Mr. and Mra. U
(,. Morria b> li-fault. Mlsn A Damros. h and
A Smkea .lefeaicd Mlss l'. Owyaaa and M.
POOnaa, by 00la*lt; Mlss Marv Hrown and
? f Watson defeated Mrs. W.-aver and part
ner hy default.
Second round Mrs. Pouglas and Theclore
l'.ll defeated Misa Meesle llolden and c.
rrhambara, 7 r>. h ?: Ntlss Clara rasaei and
S II V.'shel defeated Mlss AdeU ('ragln and
partn'-r, by default; Mrs llarger W'nllach and
l!..\ in.tid Uttle defeat.d Mlsn Ina Klssel and
C. Ie?nnard, 0 fl. S I; Mlaa D_ro*_i? Kane
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FALL By MNBK
No Chance Now for National
Title to Come Here for
CHAMPION COMES THROUGH
Mrs. Wheeler Puts Out Miss
Hyde After Hard Fought
Match, Which Is Carried
to the Home Oreen.
[ By Teleyrraph to The Trlbune !
M.inchester, MagB., Oct. 2.?All chanca
of one of the metropolitan women golferaj
winning the natlonal golf ehamplonship
tournament iBHlflaMd to-da>. when t'.ie
three remalning representatives from the
New York district were swent aslde. At
th.- top of UM draw __ai Iallliau B. Hyde,
Of the *-outh Shore Fleld Club, struck her
eolors to Mrs. K. C Wheeler, of Wollaa
ton, but only after the match had be.-a
carried to the home green. Mlss Georgi
anna M. Blshop, of Hrooklawn, failed
utterly to make any kind of a showlng
against Mrs. B H. I-'itler. of Merlon, tho
margin belng !j up and 0 to play In favnr
or the Phlladelphla woman, whlle Miai
Katherlne Mellus, of I.os Angelea, defeat
td BbBfl Marlon Holllna, of Westbrook, by
3 up and 2 to play.
Aalde from the ellmlnatlon of the New
Tork delegatlon aeveral other favorltei
were removed, Includlng Mlaa Fanny Os
good, of Brookllne, who found heraeif un
able to rr.alre any headway agalnat the
ateady golf of Mra R. IL Barlow, thi
Eaatern champlon, from Phlladelphla. j
Mlss Harrlet CurtLs, of the home club,
rather unexpectedly met defeat at tha
hands of Miss (Jrace Pemple, of St Loula,
but Mlaa Margaret Curtla, the natlonal
( hampioi), easily contlnued her trlumphant
BBareh at UM expenBe of Mrs. <"J. W. BflBflOh
of Brae Burn. the MaBeachuaetts cham
pion. As a ret-ult of to-day> matrhea the
OOlOllOia flr_l meet ln the thlrd round to
morrow an followa :
Mrs. Wheeler B_ Mlss Semple, Mrs. Flt
ler vs. Mrs. Hailow. MIbs B_B_0 vb. BBflfl
Phelps and Mi?s Curtla *_ Mra. Fox.
The MrB. Wheeler-MIss Hyde match
carried the gallerv, and at no time dur?
ing the contest did one or the other BBO?
?aad in galning _a_C_ of an advantag-.
As usual. the weaknesn of Miss H\ ft l
Bhort game cost her the match. Off the
tee the far dr'.vlng South Shore Fl?:i
Club glrl gr.lned many yards on Mrr
Wheeler, but when th? green was rflBMh?4
tho BOflaOa player never took more than
the regulatlon two put* and BflflOfl0_8Mfl
less, whlle her opi>orient fre-juontly n<*ed
>il three, and, on o.-raslona ev? ti four, bl
Mlss Hyde's hest hole was the ihi;
teenth. of Ml yards, whlch she reach. I
with a ISa-jrard drive. jupplemented b] \
fine hiaseie of 200 88??8 and an Iron ?h<r.
Even then the former metropolitan C_Bflfl?
pli.n had to take lier three gentle pfltl
before the hall could be roax.-d into th'
hole. Mrs. Wheeler got Into trouble thet
and requlred an 8. With tbe match aii
square going to the home hole, bo'.i
reached the green 00 thelr thlid Bhotfl
MIfs Hyde overran her approach put ani
waa short comlng ba.k, whlle Mrs. Wheel?
er, tnklng her usual two puts, won _08
hole and the rmtch.
Both made the round ln 95. as toflO? *
Mra Y\ he..ler:
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mi*- u- ga:
out .B .1 S B 4 4 S 4 4 4*
Mra O lieeler:
in .08088888a BB- 00
ln . n ? .1 S rt fl H 7 a 49 ?
Thfl bflafl Bolf for th* otitwarrl holea wm
play.d by BHaa Margaret furtta. Tiu
tltle holder reached the turn In 48. and.
oppose.i to a pace like that. Mrs. Roope
could dfl llttle more than halve an or
caslon.il hole. The match ended on the
fourteenth green. Mrs. Fox llkewlae ap?
peared ln her ba-et form, defeattng Mlt*
BStbcl Miiule. another BhUadelphlan, by 8
up and 4 to play.
The summary followa:
Mra. B C Wheeler, Jr., WolUeton, heet
Ml?n lalMlan H Hyde, Mouth Bliore. 1 up.
MIf? tlra e s?nu \f- Kt ?uula. Ieat Mlaa Hai
Het B t'urtl*. Kwsex I'ounty. 3 up and 1 to play.
Mre B, M I'lti.r, Marlon. heat Mtaa 'j?orit
muui II. Hishop. HreokUwn. a up and 6 to
Mra. Rortal I M. Tiarlow, Merlon. beat Mlaa
Fnnnie C. i lagood, Mnxikllne, 4 up and 8 to
Mlsa K.itherlne Ifeli-B, Loa Ar.n*let. beat
Mlsa Marlon Holllna. WeMhroo*. I up and 8 to
MIsim Maraary OT, Pketpa, Hrceklilna. baat,
Ml.'s Latrtaa R FTlklna. Ofl_???8, 0 m> and 2 ta>
MIbf MaiKar.t Curtls, Ksaex .'ntinty, beat
Mr*. .'.. YV. ae?PBi Brae llurn, fl up aad 4 to
Mra. Caleb T. Poa. HuntinaMon Vailey, beat
MIs* H. Kthel Maule, Merlon. fl up and 4 to
MIbs I,. B. Hyde won the bogle handlcap
competitlnn in connection wllh the cham-'
plotishlp tournament thia afternoon. Mlaa
Hyde. playlng from serateh, waa even
wlth "t'oiotic! Hogey" for the elghtaen
holea, with a BOOffl of S*.
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