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GIANTS UND PUNCH
Score Three Runs with
Timely Batting Rally
SUPERBAS BITE THE DUST
JPail to Beat the Champions,
Even with Nap Rucker
Pitching in His Most
Marshalling thelr full strength, wlth the
exceptlon of Josh Devore. agalnat the
Brooklyn Superbaa at Washington Park
yeaterday, the Giants played in thelr old
tlme form and won a ninth-lnning vlc?
tory over the redoubtable Nap Rucker
at hls best. Nap lingered along, but
they got hlm in the end by bunchlng four
i hlta for three runs ln tbe last frame,
glving the champions vlctory by a acore
of 4 to 8.
For the flrut time in several days the
regular line waa ln the Rame, and showed
to great advantage. Wlth Meyers behind
'the plate. looklng better than at any time
*ince last June. and throwlng ln splendid
fashlon the champions seemed like a new
team. Thelr defenaivc playlng was laat
and brilllant. Here and there the record
1 waa flecked wlth an crror or two. but they
were alert and on thelr toes every mlnutt*,
'Whlle Nap Rucke*- fooled them badly for
the flrst elght lnnlngs, allowlngr only four
acattered hits. the Giants showed their
old rallying power in the ninth and came
Demarea atarted In the box for New
York aud waa greeted quite vociferously
,ln the flrat frame for a double and two
?inglee, which netted a run. but be kept
.flve hlta acattered through the next alx
'innln.a. and would have held the Super
'bae runleas had the breaka not gone
agalnat hlm. Crandall batted for hlm In
the eighth Innlng, and Bader twlrled the
laat half of the Innlng. A pass and two
acratch hits fllled the bases, but Burns
made a regular "Red" Murray ' hrow,
doubllng Stengel at the plate when the
latter attempted to score on Fisher'fl
long fly. Kirkpatrick havlng prevlously
llfted to Murray, thls play clear. d thfl
When Wilson inserted a timely single
in the ninth In batting for Bader, Tes?
reau was called upon to finlsh tiie same.
.Although Miller opened on Jeff with a
hlt, Northen, batting for Rucker, fii><l out
to Burns and Moran forced Miller at sec?
ond. Larry Doyle was splked BB the
play and the game was delayed for a
time. The New York captam stuck to hls
task, although he llmped badly. Moran
Btole second, but t'utshaw's grounder
drlfted to Doyle, who pulled Herkle off
the bag wlth hls throw. Kred wh.-eb. ln
time, however, to catch elght of Moran
trylng to sneak home and whlpped the
ball to Meyers. catchlng the runner at
Fletcher played a dashing game in the
fleld, acceptlna; ten chances without an
error, whlle Burns and Snodgrass dld
Bome neat nelding. Cutbhaw, however,
contrlbuted the masterpiece of the duy
by runnlng out into right fleld and rob
bing 8nodgras.-< of a two-base hlt ln Ibe
aixth innlng. Daubert made some flashy
atopa of viclous throwa that were dired
ed hls way.
The Giants dld not do much wlth Ruck?
er early in the fray. A scratch hlt, a
flelder's optlon and a pnes. fllled the bases.
wlth one out, ln the second. but Rucker
pulled through masterfully, Fletcher hlt
ting Into a double play. In the seventh
Murray got a scratch hlt, and, although
Merkle fanne.l, Herzog pofped a rdngle
to centre and took second on a careless
return to the infleld by Sten-le. Murray
reached thlrd on the play, and scored
when Fisher threw out Meyers, Ilerz-.g
taklng thlrd. The latter tried to steal
home, hut was an easy out. In the eighth
the bases were again fllled, wlth one out,
tn a hlt and two passes, but Rucker held
the wblp hand, fannlng Snodgrass and
forclng Murray to pop to Stengle.
It was a dlfferent story ln the nlnth.
Merkle led off wlth a piplng single to
centre, and took aecond on Herzog's
acratch hlt to Kirkpatrick. Meyers forced
Herzog at aeiond. Bhafer going ln to run
for hlm. Fletcher's h?t single to rlght
acored Merkle. Then Wilson, batting for
B_a_r, cracked a hard one to centre,
which St'-ngb let roll through hls legs
for three baees, scorlng Sliafer and
Fletcher. Burns struck out and Doyle
_led. CTutshaw to Daubert.
Moran's double and Stengle's single
gave Brooklyn a run ln the flrst Innlng.
Wheat dcubbd In the fourth and took
thlrd on Klrkpatrlck's scratch hlt to short.
Fisher bounced one to Fletcher, who at?
tempted to throw Wheat out at the plate,
but the runner was safe. Klrkpatrb-k
opened the seventh wlth a hlt, and Fisher
attempted a sacrlftce. Merkle ran ln to
fleld the bunt. and toesed to Fletcher to
force Kirkpatrick, hut Orth ruled the
runner safe on a close declsion. Mllb-r
aacrlflce-, Demaree to Merkle, and Herzog
a DiarcToaY or
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NATIONAL LEAGl F. OAMES TO-DAT.
New Tork at Brooklyn.
Phtladelplila at Bn*ton.
RE81LTH OF OAMKM YESTERDAY.
New York, 4; Brooklyn, 8.
Philadelphia, 18; Boston, 4.
Plttuburgh v*. rhlc*?o (wet gr'd*).
NATIONAL LEAGIE STANDING.
W. L.F.C. W. L. F.F.
New York 10? 47 .685 Phllr-. . - *3 11 .48*1
1'ltls.Ui 68 .613 Ht. loul* 63 88 .417
(blrago.. 80 59 .60-H'khn.. 87 8* ?8"7
(ln'natl.. 74 77 .490 Boston.. 50 101 .831
AMEK1C.VN LEAGIE G.AME8 TO-DAY.
"iVashlngton at New York.
Boatoo at philadelphia.
I ln. ii-.. ut Detrolt.
RESt LT8 OF GAMES YESTERDAY.
Waahlngton, 4; New York, 3.
15i.ht.ni. 17; Philadelphia, 5.
(leveland, 11; St. Loul*. 8.
Chlcago vs. Detrolt (raln).
AMERICAN' LEAGIE BTANDINO.
\V. L. F.C., W. i_r.c.
Bo*toB...104 48 .?93Cle?el*d. "4 77 .400
4Va*h*ton 00 00 .000 Detrolt.. 69 81 .400
Phil_.SS 61 .693 Ht. Loul* 82 100 .848
( bl. ago . 75 76 .497 New Y*k 49 101 .321
Mi FOR UUMY DOYLE
Captain of Giants and Speaker
Share Baseball Honors.
HANS WAGNER RUNS WELL
Cars for Most Useful Players To
Be Presented During the
Chlcago, Oct 3.?Trla Speaker, centre
flelder of the Boaton Red Sox, and Larry
Doyle, captain and aecond baaeman of th*
New Y'ork Olants, will get the two ChaJ
mers fiutomobiles awarded annually by
Hugh Chalmers, the Detrolt manufacturer,
to th* two playera, one in each major
league, adjudged to have been the most
useful to their respectlve teams during the
Tlic players were choscn ln a mall vote
taken by baseball wrlters who make, up
the Chabaena Trophy rommlsslon.
A year ago Ty Cobb, of Detrolt. aml
Frank Schulte, of Chlcago, won the cars.
The Boaton centre flelder rec.lved 58
votes, or wlthln flve of tlie unanlmoua
eholce. Doyle recelved 48 votes. only flve
more than Hans Wugticr, of Ihe Pltts
burgh PlratfH. Tlic inxt man to hlm was
Chlef Meyers, of New York, wlth 25.
Walah, the Chlcago pltcher, wns second
ln the Amerlcan League. with :*>'.
Speaker took part In 150 game* thls
year, and ln ;'*S9 times at bat made 218
hits for a total of 3.5 bas*s. scorlng 133
runs. In extra base hlttlnir hls record
showa 52 doubles. 11 trlples and 11 home
runs. He was credlted wlth 8 aacrlflce
hits anl stole IA basss, for a perrentage
Doyle, flfth on th? National l.eagu*
battlng 11st, wlth an average of .325. en
gaged ln 139 games, went to the plate 544
times. scored 100 runs and made 177 hlta
for a total of ..".6 bascs. He made tbfarty*
one doubles. nlne triples and ten home
runs. He la credlted wlth nlne aacrifl.e
hits. and thlrty-flve stolen bases.
The prlzea will be presented to the wln
ners during the world'a acrles.
"ROYAL ROOTERS" HAPPY
Get Tickets for New York
Games by Help of Johnson.
Boaton. OcL 3.?Boston baseball enthu
slasts were elated to-day when It was
learned that Mayor Fltzgerald's efforts to
secure addltlonal tickets to thf opeatag
New York gam* had been auocessful
Orlglnally only tftt tickets were awarded
to the Royal Rooters, an organltatlon of
"fans," whereupon the Mayor wrote PrSS
: Ident Ban Johnson, asklng thnt an addl
. tfoaal HO be allotted to Boaton.
President Johnson wlred to-nlght that
, hf had lns'ructed Mr. Heydler to reserve
j the desired number for the openlng game,
i and that the tlcketa could be secur^d If
i called for before 10 o'clock on TllSSdSj
fumbled Rucker*s purzllng drlbble, lelting
The score follows:
XEW YORK. i BnOOKLTN
abrh po ae; abr h po a*
Hurn?. lf... 6 00 4 10 Moran. rf . 5 1 1 1 0 0
Dor/I*. 21...400 8 S 1 < ,ulsli'? ,2b M M 11
Siiiyl-'ss.cf 400 5 0f' Hten.el. cf 4 0 1 | 0 1
Murrajr, rf 4 1 J 1 0 01 Daubert, lb 4 0 2 11 0 0
Vl-rkle. lb.. 31 1 6 4 O:\Vheat. lf..Jl 3 1 0 0
Herzog. 3b 8 0 2 0 2 1 Kirkp'ok,3b 8 1 2 0 20
werert, i-400 6 oon?her. **. 20 0 0 20
WU-ob, clOl 1 or IO Mlller, 08O l 8 11
Fletrher.a* 412 3 T8 -UCkW, 9... 3 0 1 0 38
Deinaree, p'JOO 0 I ll|Nort_?B.. 10 0 0 00
Bader, p... 0 08 0 0 0
Tesreau. p. 0 0 0 0 0 0|
?Crandall.. 00 0 0 0 0
rVbaf.r. 010 0 00
Totals....-4 4 8 17 20 3l Totals.. 34 8 11 27 13 3
?Batted for Bader In eighth Innlnir tPan fnr
Meyer, In nlnth lnnln*. IBatted for Rurker In
New Vork. 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 8??
Brookrjr-. l o o l o o l o o-3
Left on b**e*?New York, 7; Hrooklyn. 7.
Two-bue hlts-Moran, Wheat B?rrlflre hlt,?
Daubert. Flsher. Kir,t b_*? on errors?N*w
York. 2. Brooklyn. 2. Ptolen fcBBBB MllllBJT.
Klrkpatrlck. Hurns, Moran. Double plavs?
Klt-t her to Doyle to Merkle; Hurns tt Meyers;
Rucker to Mlller to Daubert. Flrat b*se on
ball*?Off Rui-ker, 3; otT Bader, 1; off Demaree,
1. etruck out?By Rucker, 8; by Domaree, 1.
Hlt*?Ott DcmirM, 8 In 7 lnnln.s; off Bader,
?j ln 1 lnning: off Tesreau, 1 ln 1 innlng. I'm?
plre*? Klem and Orth. Tlme?1:60.
PHILUES WIN IN A WALK
Braves Field Loosely and Pitch
ers Are Hit Hard.
Bostoti, Oct. 8.?The Phllllea defeatB.
the Brares hero to-day by a acore of 13
Both of Boston'a pitchers were hlt haid
and thero was much looae fleldlrg.
Tho ecoro follows:
PHLLADELPHIA. ? BOSTON
ibr bpoul *br h po a*
P**k*t.cf 6 12 2 0 0|r_mph*ll.rf 4 1 3 3 01
l.ude's.lb 8 2 4 18 Ol.Devlin. 8b. 3 0 0 1 2 0
Masea, lf 4 1 2 0 00 ?rnwlnd,|b 2 0 0 0 0 ?
Mlller, ril 1 1 I O0jSv.eeney.2b 3 1 1 0 2?
Walsh. cl 3 2 2 10,S<hult?. 21> :? 0 0 8 1]
Dolan. 8b 6 I t 2 3 0; Klrke. If... 81 8 1 8 1
Dodae. 2b 4 0 10 20;Tltui. rf..-40 1 2 01
Kovle. ss 5 1 1 0 6 1,Hou**>r. lb 6 0 114 0 1
Niiwn, p 1 1 1 0 2 o M-r- vllle.? :, o o l f. C
ICowdy. c. 5 0 1 8 1 ?
. Hl.'kson. p 00 0 0 0 1
I Donnolly, p 3 1 1 0 3 0
Totals .48 18 17 27 13 21 ToUl*...? 4 11 27 14 7
Philadelphia. 0 6 0 4 0 2 11 0-il
Two-baae hlti Luderua i-i. Mafl***, Walsh.
I>olan. Klrke Homi run--Campl>ell. Hlt*?
Off Dlck?on, 7 ln 12-8 Inniiifs; c ff Donnolly,
10 lu 7 1-8 lnnina- Bacrlfice hlta?OruBp-OU,
Dodrc tSarrlrice fly?WaJah. Stolen ba,*?
Ha?_*r, tsttt on t>__e,?l-i,lon. 12. I'hll-del
phl*. 7. Flrst b*?e "n l-ills?off Dlrkaon. 2;
off Nelson. 2. Flr,t base nn error,? Boston. 1;
Phlladelphl*, 2. Hlt by pltcher?Hy Nelaon
ilJonnolly, Tltu,). Struck out?By Dirkaon. 2;
bv I'onn.illy. '-'. by N>l,.m. 1. I'ikmiI ball ?
Walsh. Wlld pllch?Donnolly. t'niplrt-,?Ka,on
and John*tone Tlm< I H
Ba*eball To-day. ? :?> P.M. N Y. Amerlcan*
v*.W**hlngtun. Amer. Leagu* l'*rk. Adm 80c.
Aid Senators to Get a Grip on
JOHNSON IN TOP FORM
Warhop No Puzzle, but Loo.e
Fielding Helps to Keep
the Score Down.
Flrmly Intrenched In laat place, wlth
llttle posBlbillty of rlslng out of the in
glorlona sub-cellar. Harry Wolverton nv)
his band of Yankees opened thelr final
series of thelr season wlth the fightlng
Waahlngton Fenntors at American
League Park yesterday afternoon. Wnl
ter Johnson, the speed king of tbfl AflBi ^
can Lreague, waa ln the box for Waah*
lngton, and the score was 4 to B, BrTflB
won? Why, the Senators, of course.
Nlck Altrock and "Oermany"' PchacfiYr,
the prlze comedinns of nrganlzed baseball.
had the crowd of 1.300 or ao "fans"" ln
hystcrica part of the tlnie. The veternn
i-ntcrtalnera were in merry mood, and
thelr ludlcroua antlcs were of more In
terest by far than the coinmonplace do
lngfl on tiie fleld of play.
Altrock boxed a furious one-r>?und bout
\slth hlmself. hut sad to relato, he got the
worat of every exchange, and finally
knocked himself out with a rlght upp.-r
cut Bchaeffer, hla falthful second. sadly
entered the ring and dragged hlm to hls
corner, where Altrock was revlved. laater |
Altrock lndulged ln some more boxing,
and thls timo he won over blmaelf on
Tlght llne walklng on the base llties,
productlve of many "falla," wlth stlll
more peala of uproarloue laughter. w?h
next ln order. The playera Joined In tiie
mlrth and all went merry as a marrlage
bell until the umpires warned them all t'>
be a llttle quleter, remembering Ran
Johnson's ruling earller ln tho a.naon
Clark Orlffith played hls strongest card
when he sent .lohnson into the hox to
start the series that wlll declde the bat?
tle for aecond place wlth the Athletics.
While the trlhe of Mack was husy lllus
tratlng the Btjrlfl of tbe Qtaata lee the
benellt of the Red Sox, the latter won by
a score of 17 to :.. bo that W-rihinptoti
now holds seciid pUCB hy a full game
Tiie Yankees have heen beaten In only
101 gam.B to date. but there are stlll two
to be played
luie to loose lleliling thfl Yankees were
able to make a do*e llght all tbe armjr,
for error? flgured in ever. OflM "f tnelr
three runa. Wllllarns. tha Mteher, waa
muffer of aii sorta of halla BB__08???-7i
and through hls llttle e< centri- Itles the
Yankeea pushed o\er tWO runs In the aev
enth Innlng and took thfl bad niomen
tarlly. lt ls to he sald. hnwev.-r. that hlta
always followed the Bs-B-flra.
ln spotfl, however. the eame BB*?IDBred
fuvorablv wlth any seen r.n the groundfl
thls year. Hhanks, DanlelB and "B-B8"
Foster play.-d hall "f the most speetacu
lar style. and the bihhII erflrflr. found
plenty o*.er whlch they BBftfht heconie en- >
thualastlc. ln the weeond frame Hhanka j
chaaed back ln left lleld t<> grab a wn-ked
drlve by Hwwney, and maklng a i?rt>- t '
throw BB I.aporte oa BBOOBal baae B8MBB-I
fimlth off the bug ari.l completed a f.ist
Slx Innlnga later H.-rt I>anlela travell.-.l
baab to the fence to g"t Frank l_,p..rt.
erlekai amaHh that looked goai tor at
BBBfllI taro baaee Foster wna here, there
ami BlflflfBhflsB after the ball, atid the
greater nurnber of liis flve usslsts were
made on puzzllng groiinders whi. h lo-.k.-.l
good when they I- ft the bat.
Johnoan appeared inc.lined to loaf along
at tlmea. and the Yankees ij.it tO turn f..i
elght hlta. H>- aaved hla arin. 1048, and
only two home l.atteia were fafllare. 0884
on atrikea. Warliop was no puzzle _| any
stage af the game.
The Taabflaa aaabed out la ihe lead ta
the. "lucky" seventh, when tli.-v aCOTi I
two runB on errors by Wllllarns, 8_0_g
with hits b> iweeaey, Werbop ami Chaafl
In the eighth lnnlnK thfl IflBatarfl lle. tba
a.'orti on an error by Clias. .>:i Milan'a
bounder. Mlian s ateal of second and a
double by Shankh In the nlntb Inriliig
WllllaniB trlpl-d and BOOred when John
non'8 stlff grounder was fu8nbk<j by Mj.l
Tbe score follows:
B"_8_-NOTOK. new fOBK
abr h po 88 nt.r li BB Bfl
Moeller, rf6 0 1 l OOlMtdklrr. 8b. 4 1 0 0 4 1
Koaier. 8b 4! 1 8 t}0|Oha?e. lb...4 0J | ul
Ml'an cf. 4 1 2 : 6o HanMa, lf . 8 0 0 I 0 0
Oandli. 11.8 0 115 1 0 Iaellve.lt. rf. 4 0 : 2 10
I_porte.2b 4 0 18 2 0 81mm. n*. Ib 4 I 0 1 _ 1 ?
Shankf. If4 0 1 2 lOSmlth. vt 4 0 1 0 li 0
Mcll'de ?* 4 0 I 1 lOiMi-Mlllan.aa 4 0 0 I 2 0
Wllll'mii.e 2 1 1 3 0 2.*4weene>. (.411 I 30
JohriBon, p 4 0 0 0 8 1 Warliop. I> -01 U 01.
TutalB...I4 4 10 27 20 3: Totala.. 83 3 s ?_?; 12 4
Waahlnaton. 10 10 0 0 0 11-4
New York. 010000200-3
I Flrat ba?e on BJIflfB WaakflBgtBO. 8. Twu
! baae hlt- Hhanka 7hra.-l \m hlt \\ Ullaiii*.
i Hacrldre hlta -iJan.lll, Wlllla ni?, Ilannls. Btolen
| trasaa atlfllt'fr Miian. ia?-rt oa t.a*.* Mew
Tork, t>. Waahlngton. 7 DaajBla playa Bhanka
1 and laaporte; laeiixfit und BeaeBsyj MeMllla
' and Chaa*. Flrat _US on balle off Warhop.
2, off Johnaon, 1. Strur-k out Hy Warhop. I;
Bf .lohnoon, 2. finpirea Hart aii'l DaMBfl
CHANCE SELLS HIS STOCK
Parts with Holdlngs in Chicago
Club for a Good Price.
Chlcago, Oct. I -Frank L. Chance, tnan
ager of the Chlcago I'ubs, announced to
day that he had aold hls Btock ln the club
I to Harry Ackcrland. of I'lttsburg. Chance
refused to name the price. but declared
that he dld not Iobc any money.
Chance could iut well lose on the deal,
aa the dlvldends on hls atock the ilrst
year paid for lt all except BV), and that
?um waa made up to hlm by ("iiarley Mur?
phy. Hls holdlng uf the stock amouuted
to about 10 per cent of the total, and
Chance haa eald that he consldered the
securities worth 88H.00O
I'hance detiled to-day that he Intended
to sever hls connection wlth the Cubs.
"I expect to stay rlght hero and manage
I the team," he said. "I'm atlll rnanager
of the Cubs, and I have satlsfactory rea
I! aona for bellevtng that I am to be re
talned In that posltlon."
Chance sald, however, that lf he dld not
manage the Cubs he would manage some
other ball club. He added that he had
had no meeting wlth President Murphy
and had no meetlng deflnltely In vlew.
When Murphy waa asked to-night what
negotlatlons, If any, hnd taken place dur?
ing the day between hlm and hls mana?
ger, he replied that he had nothing to
COLUMBIA SOPHOMORES WIN.
The Colurnbla sophomores defeated the
College of l'hyalclana and Surgeons tenn|
ln the InterclasB baseball series for the
Kddla Collins medals by a score of 7 to 1
on South Fleld yesterday aftenluoii. Hllly
l.auder. |hfl new Colurnbla coach, who
umplred the game, wai pleaied with the
showlng of the men.
TIMELY BITS OF SPORT
Many Horses Named for Race
Meeting at Piping Rock.
ZIMMERMAN IN DISGRACE
Bidding High for Tickets to See
World's Series Games
The success of the nmateur meeting of
the Piping Rock Raclng Association nn
October 12, 16 and 19 a-eme aasured. wlth
no fewer than elghty-nlne horsca enter**
for Hve of the serea races on the flrat
duy. The Hrook trophj ateeplechase alone
haa .ittracted twenty-tilne entrlea, and lt
may he necfssary to run tha race ln two
Tlu- ansoclatlon was formed among two
bundred gentlemen who believe that the
lo\e of raclng for Ita uwn sake atlll exlgta
in thls communlty and that It la to thla
...iitlment that rucing in tho nalghbor
hood nf New York muat look for Ita aup
ji.rt. Alma were modeat, for they r?
allaod that lt waa Juat an attempt tu flnd
out how earnest would be the aupport nf
.i MSStlBB ll,'ld under utnateur llnea, but
reaalta have gone to llmlta that leave no
i'u. stlon of the sentlm.ntal Interest that
baa beea Bluaabertaf, aimpiy awniting the
rifhl BOti nf a BlUaaBiefll under the prop.T
auflpleea TBS races bave been urrang.*d
glmoet .iitii.ly f..r thoaa that havo been
pe-tletpatlBg at Suat me-tlng?. Oppor
tunltlas have beea provlded for the bona
il,1,- _nd guulilltd huntera. hacka, gallo
w,i>s. army hor*e* and the other claese*
thal haee l.n Ihe uttractlon* at the
ClaraaaS H. Mackay. hoplng to brlng
new life to the *cro*s-country4sport, ten
dered a re.newal of tha famoua Harbor
Hlll cup, doiiatlng both th* plate and the
I3.UU0 added money. Tbia raca la for
thrc.-year-old Jumpera, and twentf-al
cntrlea were recelved~th_ greateat num
bet lu the hl*tory of th* race. In th* ll?t
twi-nty-one ownt-rs are reprcscnted.
Thomas r. Byan cabled from Parla that
he w.iniid to give a cup and a H,*JO pura*
f,,i .i stssplsfihaee. and ueadltleaa were.
framed f-.r the ?'uk Rldga cup. for whlch
thlrty-flve of tlu* bssl BBTSSS ln the coun?
try have baaa satered.
"H.lnie" Zirnm-nnaii. Bhe heads the
battlag Bai la Um Katlcaal Uao-ee. i* ht
diatrace with J..-* Tinke.. actlaaj nmnai-r
,,f ih- rilVs. following a war of words la
th.- g_OM BTlth tha 1'lrat-s on Wc-dnesday.
lt upi-eurs that B*SN had i-en subject
...1 .? laiilshment b) the umpire, and
i..:-, Doaras ?*'?? BlatlBB bboob-. zim
nierinai. ?Hd nol appr.-v- of hls methoda
aad at th- Bad at the laataB baaaa to
t,ll DoarBS and VI. Haler how to piay
,i?.ir poeltioas TlBhet -bjeeted, aad
He'.nl- ..in.nd-d hlm tBBl BS, Tinker.
wa* saaaaaei f?r th- ?iu> saUf. Itahet
then llned hlm fc?. B-aBSSenaaa -ontlnued
to talk ha. k. an.l Tlnk-r sent hlm from
the Ka.nc and to the ..luuhou-e. Krank
Chaaaa ha* opheM Xtaher, and zi.nm-t
n.un say* that lf the flne "goea" h* wlil
not play ln the s>o*t-*ea?oi. BSS-SS wlth
th- BThltfl Baa.
i-ite^t rtaotatfea on Beetea earh: R?
Bvreed ?-"t". srorti'B ba.ei.aii aerlee, t*
?..i ask.^i BoatB specalateca, at leaet,
b.,..,. fo'iml i'. w"*- ?" B*-t a f-w tl-k-l*.
-ii.. proccada et th- aaal bbbm ?t ihe
mmob la l'h.indeiphia berasea th.< Ath
|?*_CS and Red Hor. will Bfl .l-v..t..| tu a
hospital for hal'lea
Thomas I I-M-'t'. PTSSHSBl of the Na?
tional Leaaae, IBaaod ea rsaeBlaa his offlce
yrster.lav thut thfl PIlBleS bad protested
tho game won bf Ihfl CBBS ln riilcgo on
W.-dnesday on Ih* ground that OOttlf had
batted out of turn ln the tenth Innlng.
arhen h* seesed ihe ?Ibb-BB raa with a
vmide Mr. I.sin h <'alled up I'hlcago over
thfl loBB dlMaiK- telephone aml sald that
he would pas* on the ca?e later. but that
_ pia>orr aroold n-t I- reeatMe ut thi**
tlme of th- aeasoti
I'ddie .Mcdourty. who will face Jack
Iiennlng ln Madison Square Oard*n on
Ifoaaay rx\ght, ha* establlahed tralnlng
rpmrtets ln Westcheater, where he will
rema-B for the next six weeks. He *ay*
lo- will be under 162 pound* rlng*lda for
Ii.nnlng. and will keep on tralnlng ev*ry
dRV, m that 158 rlng*ld? for Mlke Gibboni
on November 7 will be eusy.
l.a'h rro?s. the Kast Blde llghtweinht,
h.,s beea ssalehed t<> box six rounds with
Pat Hradley. of Philadelphia. before tha
Olympla A. C, ot Phlhul' Iphla. oa Frlday,
October 11- Lsaeh will re.-elve a guaran
t-e of Jl.ono, so he Is not worrylng over
his utti- rreaaaaflSSB bf the Htate Ath
.loe Mario, ef Cleveland, will fa e Rlchle
Jaap<T, of Itoston, la a ten-round conteet
at the Qaaaaebota A. <"., Ot I.ong Uland
i ltv, to-nlght. _
I>ellvery of the world's aerlea reserved
?eat tickets for the gam?a ln Boston
began yesterday, twenty-four hours prior
to Ihe tlme antlclpated. Notlcaa were
malled on Wedneaday evenlng to fortu
nate appllcants IO call at th* club head
fiuart-ra for tlu> tickets that have been
The temporary seatlng arrangementa
have been completed, and th* field has
I.n |,ut In the best posslble condltlon.
Th.? illamoiul lias heen regraded, every
pebble haa been hand-plcked and heavy
rollers have been hauled haok and forth
over the Intleld nnd base llnea untll the
surface la as sinooth as a tahle.
The hlg ciinvaa covern have been thrown
over the Infleld. not to he removed untll
Monday forenoon, w hen the Red Sox go to
the ground* for a work-out before atart
Ing for thls clty ln the- afternoon.
National Golf Champion
Carried to Extra Hole
Miss Curtls Finds Mrs. Fox a
Hard Foe to Beat.
FOUR PLAYERS SURVIVE
For the First Time, Too, Four
Sections of the Oountry
f By Tele*-raph to Tha Trlbune. ]
Manchester. Maas.. Oct 8.?Stlrrlng
matches, two of whlch were carried to
extra holes, kept the gallery ln a state of
exclteraent throughout the tlrird round of
the women'a natlonal golf championshlp
tournament on the Unks of the Easex
County Club to-day. As a result Mlsa
CrHce Seniple, of bt. Louis; Mra. R H.
Barlow, of Merlon ; Mlsa Katherlne Mellua,
of boa Angeles, and Mlss Margaret Curtls,
tho defendlng champlon, of the home club.
were the wlnners. They wlll meet aa
named In the aetnl-flnal round to-morrow.
This makes the flrst time in the elghteen
years of natlonal golf that the seml-flnals
will be fought out by repreeentatlves of
four sections of the country. One of the
Burprises of tha tournament Is the show
Ing of Mtss Mellus, who defeated Mlss
Bt lf. I'helps, of Brookllne, on the nlne
teenth green. Equally unexpected was
the stubborn reslstance put up by Mrs.
Caleb F. Fox, the Huntlngdon Vailey
matron, who rarrled Mlaa Curtla to an
extra hole. Mrs. Fox flprang Into prom
inence aa far back as 1899, when she de?
feated M_s Beatrlx Hoyt, then holder of
In a way, the feature of the day waa
Matty and Marquard See Wood
Hold Athletics Down.
Phlladelphla. Oct. 3?Boston hlt the ball
bai. here to-day and defeated Philadel?
phia by a score of 17 to 5. Wood. who
pltchtd eljrht lnnlngs, settled down after
tbe thlrd Innlng. when Haker bounced the
ball through the scoreboard for a home
run wlth two men on bases.
Only three hlta and no passes were se?
cured off Woo.l aft.r the thlrd sesslon.
Hall flnlshed the game ln flne style, and
during the nlnth Innlng no attempt was
made by Cady to prevent the liomo play?
ers from steallng two baee*i
Mathewflon and Marquard, of Ihe N'**
York Natlonala, wltneased the game. They
aaw the Red 8ox put up a poor fleldlng
game, but they hammered the horaehlde
vlcicusly. In the fifth innlng Brown gave
llve bases on balls, Lewis drove In three
runners besldca blmaelf -1th a home run.
Cady and Btalil each doubled and Wagner
Blnglod. the Innlng netting elght runa.
Peamoek waa eaay ln the last four lnn
Wagner led wlth the atkk wlth four
alnaba and Yerkes an.l I.ewlB each se
erured three hits Speaker drew three
brteea <>n Balla bul ba failed to get a btt
The a.ore lo_e*ara
BX8BT-M I PH1__D__8__A.
?b r* h po ae! . ?b,rn P? ??
_--.-_. 1 , a\ oO.Xurphr. rf 4 11 1 3?
YerZeA\ I I ??:?'"'rVf?t f 8 0
e,. w,r rt 8 10 101 < <> llna. 2tt..81S I 8 0
L-wta _l 8 I aipaker. 8b... ilt i 1?
'nliV 8 4 I 2 I 18 Melnola. ib. 4 00 14 3 0
si'h ib I 11 UWalah. II... 4)11 8 [8
Waar.aa S 0 4 1 30 Unrry. ai... 411 4 18
, ?..?" t 6 8 2 7 0 1 !?aii. . .300 1 10
\V?__ _ I 3 3 0 4 0,Ur..wn. p... 300 0 0 0
Illll P . I 8 8 0 OO.'P-nno-k. p 20 0 1 10
Totale. 8817 17 2, 11 ?l Totala... S7 I ? 27 21 0
B____rr:; 1111111? ?
t.War Bmrrtfl. e hlt Wood Htokn baefB ?? ? -
In./i. M P17. Ki.ale. BtrocB out-Hy Wood.
i. 11 all 1 b> 1'' nnock. I. I-ft on baaea
_.. t n I; t'hra.Vlphla. 8 Doublfl play. -
Fi-?le and Btahl; <:<>Uln?. Harry an.l Molnnle
0 Klr.t baae on errora-Phlladelphla 8
Flrat bBBfl nnbaJla Off fTO-4. 2; off Hall. li
uff Hrown 7; off pennork. 8 Wlld plichea
W04T-!r-_-ek! Pltchei.' reeor.1 -*<** Wood
4 hlta and 83 tlmea at bat In 8 Innlnae; off
Hall 1 h t and 4 time. at bat ln 1 Innliifl; off
Brown ? hlta and ? >>'"*? *l bat ln * 'W1.
Ingntt Pennork. U hlt. an.l 20 time. at bat
ii 4 InnlBis. rmplree-Kgan and kvans. Tt.n.
ln 4 Innlnfl.
THREE BLOWSjJOUT ENDS
Donovan Knocks Out Ross in
First Round at St. Nicholas.
"Young" Mlke Donovan. son of the for?
mer mlddlewcight champlon of Amerlea.
contlnued hls remarkable winning streak
by knocklng out Jlmmy Rosa ln lese than
two mlnutea at the St. Nlcholas Athletlc
r-lub laat nlght. Donovan never gave hls
opponent the ghost of a chance.
Walklng Into hla man, he felnted for
a couple of seeonds and like e streak
whlpped over a solid left to the face,
Roas waa thrown Into eonfuslon at once
and backed away. coverlng up. Donovan
followed hlm ar.d, execuUng a qutok
shlft. plunged hla left Into the solax
plextifl. Ross ataggered back and gaaped
for breath. and Donovan whlpped over
the flnlshlng punch, e naht to the Jaw.
and the flght waa over.
Donovan hae boxed flve bouta ln all aa
a profeeslonal, and none has gone over
FAST MILE BY A YEARIJNO.
L-xIngton. Ky., Oct. l-WI-t la be?
lleved to be e new record for e yearltng
trotter waa made here yeaterday when
Aldedale. drlven by N. C. Moody and
owned by I. L. Tarlton. of thia dty.
trotted a ralle ln M6?* at the breedera'
The fraotlonal time waa B.84H. liOTH,
l:4r, and 1:16%.
Officiai Sale World's Series Baseball Tickets
POLO 8R0UNDS, 157th STREET t EIOHTH AVENUE
All World's Series reserved tickets. approximately four thousand
for each Kame. which were not allotted hy the National Cotntnission
are to ht* placcd on sale at tlu- Polo Grounds Monday morning, Octo?
ber 7th, at 9 o'clock.
Tickets for the first game will be sold at booth Number II.
Tickets for the second gsmewill be sold at booih Number ?.
Tickets for the third game will be sold at booth Number 7.
Only two tickets will be sold to one person.
In case it is unnecessary to play game Xtttnber three (31, money
will be refunded umler the conditions and at the address as printed on
MAIL ORDERS NOT CONSIDERED.
The National Commlttlon NEW YORK BASEBALL CLUB
JOHN A. Ht.MU.y.H. Keprecealallv*. JOHKPH 1>. O'BHIEN, Herretary.
the brlllianl ?ol_ of Mlas Semple, the St.
Loula flrl comlng wlthln a atroke of
aqualllng bofie for tbe flrat nlne holea of
the llnka. Bhe went out ln 40. At that
polnt Mlaa Sempla fell off a trlfle. and her
opponent. Mra. __ C. Wheeler, Jr.. began
rapldly to cloae the gap. Mra Wheeler.
however, found one of the yawnlng traps
golng to the elxteenth hole, and that cost
her the match, Mlaa Sample'a margln be?
lng 4 up and 2 to play.
Mlaa Mellua gave no early lndlcatlon of
doing anythlng remarkable, aa ahe atood
3 down at the turn to Mlss Phelpa. After
wlnnlng the tenth. only to loae the next
two the glrl from the coast found herself
6 down, wlth alx holes to play, maklng
her posltlon appear wellnlgh hopolcss.
Wlth victory apparently wlthln her grasp
Ml/ira Phelpa suddenly devoloped a weak
nesa on the greens, actually loalng the
next four holes by poor puttlng. Mlaa
Mellua squared the match on the aeven
teenth green, halved the home hole and
then won at the nlneteenth.
Mra. Fox more than held her own with
Mlaa Curtla golng out. the Philadelphia
woman tuming for home 1 up. The cham?
plon had to play the next three holes ln
4'a to get the lead, but an extra put by
Mlas Curtla on the home green made lt
poaalble for Mra. Fm to aquare the match.
To the extra hole Mlaa Curtls hlt two flne
shots, gettlng a drlve of 230 yards and n
brassle of fulty 200 yards. Tl.at prac
tlcally settled matters. It waa the flrs*
tlme during the week that the champlon
had to exert heraelf.
The aummary follows:
Champlonshlp (thlnl round) Mr, It II Har
low. Merion, beat Mrs. E. H. Fltler. Merion.
6 up and 4 to play. ._______. t
Mlss Grare Hemple. St. IiOiils, beat Mis. K.
C Wliselsr. Jr.. Wollaston, 4 up ?n?J - to paly.
MIs, Katherine Mellus. Lo* Anaele*. bee?
Mlss M. W. Fh*lps. Urookllne. 1 up (13 holesi
MUs Marrcaret Curtls, __?** County, be*t
Mrs Caleb F. Yt>x. Huntlngdon Valley, 1 up
PMEM RECORD HEATS
Evelyn W. and Earl, Jr., Set
New World's Mark in Race.
I'olumbna, Ohlo. Ot. 3? Evelvn W.. the
champlon pacer of the year, met Earl jr.,
at the Grand ClTOOlt meet here to-day ln
a race that brought a new world's record
for the flve h<nt?. Kach of the con
testants did a mlle |_ 2:01'_. the one by
Earl. Jr, belng the thlrd of the lot. The
aecond and fourth heats were ln 2:03',.
and the flfth ln Mffc The former flve
heat record waa made by Mlnor Helr aml
The Eel at Terre Haute In 1909.
Evelyn W. waa the favorite. l_iat week
Earl, Jr., atarted agalnst her. and waa
dlatanced ln the flrst heat. To-dav he
never made a break, and did not show
himself tlrlng untll after Evelyn W. had
carrled hlm the flrat half of the fourth
heat ln 10O*?.
From that tlme on the supremacy of
the mare waa plaln. Her only break was
made In tho thlrd heat. Roes K. taklng
Karl. Jr . tho flrat half of It In 1:00?_.
Independence Itoy, paclng rlght behlnd
the two leader* ln the tirst heat. met wlth
nn accident after passlng the quarter post
tliat ended hla career as a free-for-all
horse. The lafl hln.l pa-t.rn was fract?
nred and an ambulance was iisd to get
hlm off the track and to hls stall. Just
a week ago The Eel. of thfl free-for-all
set. dled here
H<>n Xnlivk. In a Baa aaal contest. capt
ure?l tlie 2:1H trot. BflUfl Ashland, the
Dfigtnal favorite, took a record of 2:10
when she won the thlrd heat, but ahe was
dlatanced ln th* flfth, and fourth money
was awarded tO Baron Aber |..ifl
The summary follows:
PACtNtl -FMKE-FOH-AI.l. ri-ABB THRKB
IN F1VK I't HSi:. $1,200.
Bverjra w., b. ex, bv The spy
(Hhankl .1 2 8 1 1
Earl, -tr . gr. h. t.y Th, Karl
ipow*1li . 2 118 8
Plr R.. b. g. (Murphy). 8 8*22
Ro? K., b h (McMahani. 4 4 4 .lls
In.lependence Boy, BO. f iValerl
tlnel . di,
Tlme, 2:014. ::u8'?. 2 ni1., 1:034. 2:04*,
TKOTTINV,-2:10 CLABB-THRKK IN FIVF
Run Znlork. b g., bv Zolc-k <Q*r
rl,oni .i. 8 1 J 1 1
Mlss Davls, blk m., by Colonel
Eaton (Sn'-w) . 18 4 13
MIs* Dlrectol. b. m. (Valsntlnei.. .11 9 8 8!
Belle Ashland (l)avls). 2 2 1 8.11s
B?ron Aberdeen, b. g. (Drlnk
w,tcr> . 8 5 8 7 m
I.ord Ouyton, b. h. iM.-Donaldi_6 4 10 & ro
Kljlnfl Feet, b. m. iRyani. 4 10 8 I rn
l'*ier MeCenalek, hr. h. (Beea)... 8 7 7 4 ro
Annliton. oh. g. i.Sh*nkl. 7 8 5 I ro
Amy. b. m (Cox). 8 8 11 11 ro
J. \V Moke, br. h. (C.orfloni.10 lt 8 10 ro
Barah Herr, br. m (Horln*)...... .12 dr
Tlme. 2:114. 2:084. M0. !:U\. 2:114
PAriNn-2:07 CLAPS-THREE IN PIVE?
Pl'RHE, 11,888*- it'NFIN'IHHED).
Uab*. br. g., by Atlantic Klng
(J*ml?on) . 2 2 12 1
Ty Cobb, ch. g. by Semtooton
? Colby) . 1 1 8 1 4
YValter ("oehato, blk. h., by Coch?to
(Snyler) . I 8 2 1 2
Bdward B-. b. g (Nuckols).8 7 4 4 2
Jud?* wwd, b. g. iHedrtek).4 4 7 ro
Klng D*phne, blk. h. (MoMahan).. I I 4 ro
Early Thacker, b. g. (Oeers). 8 I 8 ro
Tlme. 2:084, 2:064. 2:044. 2:054, 2:08.
GOLF TOURNEY 11
Big Entry Causes Committee to
KIRKBY HAS TOP SCORE
Afternoon Round at Medal Play
Called Off at Nassau
Swamped with a fleld of 108 startere. the
tournament committee of the NasBau
Country Club was compelled to change the
condltlons governlng the medal round af
its annual autumn golf tournament, whlch
began on the links near Glen Cove, I/mg
Island. yesterday. It had been lntendtd
to have the amateurs make two clrcults
of the course ln a thirty-slx-hole quallfy
tng round, but so unwteldy became the
fleld that late In the afternoon thia was
At the time of the decislon to eall olt
the afternoon part of the programme
Oswald Kirkby, of Knglewood, bad al
ready completed hls thlrty-slx holea. He
had ror.nds of 81 and 76 for a total of
157, whereas Walter J. Travla, of Garden
City, returned 78 and 81 for 169.
Although the afternoon round waa de?
clared off the committee dld not feel Uke
awarding the medal on the mornlng effort
especlally as Kirkby had passed Trarle
on the day. It was therefore decided not
to award any low score medal. Tled wlth
Kirkby for second place on the elghteen
hole round waa li. B. Lee, ol Yale, former
champlon of Mlchlgan, whlle A- L. Norrla,
of the home club, promlnent among looel
amateurs as far back aa a dozen yeara
ago, got thlrd place wlth 82.
Fred HerreshofT, of Weatbrook; H. J.
Topping, of Greenwich; R. H. Wllllama.
of Morrla County; McKim Holllna, of
Westbrook ; C. A. Dunnlng, ol Naaaau, and
P. R. Pyne, 2d, of Morris County, were all
tled at 83.
James D. Foot. the Apawamls eenlor,
who quallfled with an 85. had the sood
fortune to get a two at the ahort elghrh
bola Among the contestanta were A. P.
Kammer and B. T. Allen, of Fox Hllla.
both of whom failed to qualify In the flrat
sdxteen, something whlch caused them to
loae lnterest an.l declde to give up Naaaau
ln favor of Fox Hllla. where the fitaten
Island ehamplonship tournament will be
The draw for the flrst round to-day ln
the Nassau tournament Is as followa:
Norria vs. Lee, Wllllama v?. Kirkbv.
Dunning vu I'yne, Ward vs. Topping, Jen
nlngs vs. Holllns, Travla vs. Mabon, Foot
vs HerreshofT and Mundy vs. Hicka.
Tbe aeoraa were &.<> foiiows:
Out. In Total
i Walter J Travla, Garden Clty. 88 3U 7?
,H ? Uaa, Yale. 41 40 ?l
Oawalcl Kirkbv. Enalewood. 40 41 Bl
A L Norrla, Naaaau. 38 4.'i ?
H .1. Topplna. Oreenwlch. 41 42 Kl
Fred Herreahoff, Garden Clty... 41 4'J M
H. H Wllllama. Morrla ?'ounty. 4i? 48 BJ
McKIni IFillina. Weatbrook. 41 42 ?
C A. Dunnlng. Naa.au. 4f. 40 M
P R Pyne. 'id. M,<rrla County. 43 IB BJ
John M Ward. Garden Clty_ 41 4.1 >>4
F C. Jennlnxs, Nac.au. 41 43 <4
W _. Hlcka. Naeaau. 41 44 >>5
.1. D. Foot. Apawamia . 18 42 BJ
R F. Munly. Anlalej. 4.1 40 ?
8 C. MaL<,n. Ardeley. 46 30 8fl
DonaM MrKellar. Midland. 43 42 *8
'', H A?larn?. Baltu.rol . 43 44 *?:
F 8, .lennlngB. Jr.. Yale . 42 Bt *?"
n. s Bottome, Fox ntii.. 4; 43 <?:
J. R lly<W, South Shore. 43 44 *?:
A. K. Cowperthwalte. MLPan.1 . 43 44 *7
II. f Whltnev Naaaat.. 48 44 ?T
O. r. Kohler. Rld?cewoo.|. 43 44 87
J B. C. Tai.pan. Nacaau. 41 4*'< 87
V. C. liOnglev. Wannum?l?ett... 4B 48 M
?'. B. F M,-?'ann, Naaaau. 43 46 ?*?
H. l? Mlchelfl. Midland . 44 4". 88
E I. de rereet, Midland. 42 47 89
C B. Macdnnal.1. Natlonal. .. 4fl 41 88
H. C Bereer Naaaae. 43 47 8ft
? \v Hfl?Iaraaa, Knoiiw.*od... 4t< 43 90
H T. All.-n. Fox MlllB. .. 44 4? (*>
II R. Teai?ia?fl. Haltu.roi. 42 4? 80
J N Bt4Mf?B, :id. Nas.au. 4X 47 *?
W 11 Jo_BB88L Oreat Neck .. 4?', 4* fl
Harvev Murdock. Naaaau. 42 4a 81
H M Adeiee, Naa.au. 44 47 II
H I. Pratt. Nas.au. 46 4*. Pi
W F. BteBerda, N_aaaa. 4'J tv> M
A 11 Flah. Natlonal . 47 43 OT
B M. Tarleton. Oakland. 4!> 43 81
XX'. A _8MJBB__L Naiaau. 46 46 91
F C Dennlna. rre.cent . 48 44 88
A. F Kammer. Fox Hllla. 46 47 8!
W. M. Rotheehlld. Naaaau_ 48 46 BJ
Dr N E Spraa-ue. Inwood. 46 47 M
C. Runyan. jr? Naaaau. 48 44 W
F M. Kerr. Merrlinau Vailfly... J8 48 M
C. 11 Hvde. South Shore...48 44 0)
W. S. Hrown, Oakland_.... 48 44 II
v. ;i. iiubbeii. south Shote.... 80 44 84
?. H. Tobev. Naa.au. 47 47 84
E. 11 Mr-Kellar, Midland_ 44 M Bt
F 11 WflB-tar. Dvker afeedow. 48 43 84
H. W. Maxtveli. Ne-.au. 48 46 M
Q. W. Falr.hlld, Mar.hattaa.... 48 46 |
H. S. Jennlnaa. Naaaau. 48 46
N P, I.ewla. Fluahlng. 44 44}
C. H Rarrer Naaeau. 48 47
Hoaglai*- c.ite*. Nan?au. 47 4* ?
Ft V. Bttach, Naa.au.46 60 88
!.. E. Whlte, Naaaau.47 40 88
D A. Lorlng. Naaaau.46 88 88
E. H. Hurd. Midland. BO ?T BT
I A. Miilman, Natlonal., 44) 61 tf
II l- Downfy. Apawamia.48 48 If
T. Ia. Allen. Naeaau. 48 48 88
L, lt Roxera. Midland. 47 61 88
.1. H. O'Connell, lnwood., 48 60 88
C. R. Bmlth. Ir . Fluahlng.4*> 49 88
J. H. Ottu.v. Naaaau. 48 62 81
Clarenee Iiunnlnt, Naaaau.63 47
Dr. M Carpenter, Oakland. 3i 47 81
C. F. 8. Rllaa. Garden Clty.BO 40 88
W. 11. Nlrhola. Ir.. Naaaau... 3l 47 g
C. E. Maltb>. \Vykatjyl. "8 4* *
V. R. Jennlnaa. Oarden Clty_64 44 1?J
Nae.au. 64 46 108
P. R. Jennlnaa. Oarden Clty.
H. S. Btearna. Naeaau. 64 44
H. K. Hudaon. Naaaau. 48 61 188
with a bosom that slides over the trouser band
instead of bulging out of the waistcoat $2 to $3
CLUETT, PEABODY 6. CO., Makers