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SPORTING NEWS
AUTOMOBILES
CLASSIFIED ADS.
1
PART
EIGHT PAGES.
NEW-YORK,' SUNDAY
SPORTING NEWS
AUTOMOBILES
CLASSIFIED ADS.
APRIL 6, 1913.
PART
EIGHT PAGES.
THIRTY THOUSAND "FANS" GREET BASEBALL, OPEN NEW HOME
OF BROOKLYN CLUB AND SEE SUPERBAS BEAT THE YANKEES
Ebbets Field Jammed to the
Last Scat, While Hundreds
Are Turned Away
at the Gates.
GAME FAST AND SPARKLING
Frank Chance and His Men
?Overcome Lead of Two
Home Runs by Rally in
the Ninth, but Lose
at the End.
Ttiii'' the ? :ns" satis ... their
era* -' the great national game yes
ii? i m n. v. bom ;
...h n club and i
Bask? that opening worth while bj d
- ' ? ? ii"!"...?- ninth h
: to 2
had of what ba -
aaeatu to tins ? ?\ win n it i.? told th.?:
Iho
ter s full twt
gv? thousand had Jammed ll
iro ami nil? ?
and spa? tous stands, Borne ol |h< ?
? ? m home, bi i othi
i" the bank >>nt
stood !"?
two hoar? or more, ? ,i g|lmp*-o
fOlng .'II ill.?; i ' ol t\\.>
cut' ovl? '
? ? these als.?
? d. s?. Unit it is not ovei
mating to say that thlrtj the
??' ?' ' truRglc and
. It last. ,.;
; ....... v , .
Boa in th? ?*?'? I
? ? r, a wi -.1 must
the aam?. a hlch a
kling playa and exciting sll latlons.
The ? ? .- ,.s much b? nt
at hung In
? Ian? ?. and the "fans" a
Th? j ene? i?*?) and shout? d
i ami even ?.i d th? umpii ?
.ik. lettn | -. .1111. ..I d ?
:?? '
T to home runs? one In the fifth Ii
d the other In th?
- by Captain lak? i ?aulx rt?wi
total "i it" s. ..i Ing up to
Inning. The Brooklyn "fans," who had
.ing the J*s ?
...
won as tli" New fork pi.
....
- ??i?? t wa , oved i hat
?all i.
Yankccs Rally in Ninth,
? ? ? .
? ", l 'rank ? 'ham i. i?.lii. 1 with a
and ti"i tin m "i ? Hal ' 'hase, the
d and th.
1 .
? 11111. .\. dk ff inn fur ? ' ?
... th (ils mai -
BV ? ?
nt ? t the t ? Im?
, who had Nap" H
? ? i Ided the ball, but mad- a
u.i?; thron !>? I
Meyer ????as retrieving it In deep rlgl I
Mtdkiff and Chance raced acroaa th? , I
Then the tootett (rom Manhattan rose*
n ih? li might an.i scti II
Br?ooklyn brethren In railing for
Just one more run t.? win. That run was
. ertboomtna
klyn i.."teis bad the lasi
ami made
i? the Bupe-rbas went to bal In their
of the ninth Inning /
?
Sa ? ?.'.'-.- mad? ? a lid thi o? to Hi
? ta i;, .ci off ? inn? i.
? a -. down t-j i
>. ..-? gi t tha haul
fit : Bsaltta alan i
I -ill- Bast, and all Bro
howled n glee, so the game was
.,.tii.-r attractions than th?
f ?.asfball to ac.ouiit for th?
atar ? rowd which turned out to ae<
it ion pane. Th.* Informal opening,
if auch it may ba called, <>f Ebbet? Field,
which ranks second to none In the coun?
try, and th?* first appearance of Prank
enhance In a New fork uniform wei
ditioridi magnets. The "fans" went ? ?
and i only ? few remt rved seats :
Were vacant, while hundreds on the OUt?
alla v . r.- . wmorlng la vain t" g?
Ever* m.?v.. <?r the player? In the warm
up practice was critically watched
?nd th? favoaitei app!aud?*d. Daubert.
We?.-t ? has?- and CI ? ... i- .i chlei
inter, at The new managai ol th?
Yank?.-- In part., liai K"l L.-aitV ??!'
i ? i ? took I ...
Mrs. McKeever Raises the Flag.
i. is lock th? [da) ei ?wer? ti ady to
.,;,.. v. i? n ad] and th?
for Use real fun t..
Bat Charles H. Ebl
? n ii?i v .ik and much won*) :'
l?uil?li: -^ and pi. paring tins n? v. .
m, had i
. - hi on n "n the subji ct The
AaMriean dar must be ral al ? ; huge
?.- in ileep ?entre fleltj, h? sal,I, an"
? r little fo-rmalitles attajaded to. and all
., ? U '.alMi'cv, " i
;, tieal ? ? of tir; "tan* to "Play
.., ent unhi ?
i. j McKeev? s
i sdth Mr Bbbets m th
rshlp ..f the i'.i???Ki?.i club, th?M i? -
gure. Btrik
. ?
aat and bat, sic- ? i
lank? i "n on
,ii. , :;..!..-t.- and on the ?
Bband it took
iitti? i.m i., walk ?"it t>. th. flagpole In j
'!" !> ? Btrc field with the '?and and the
I dm hind, and then it was j
rered that the flag bad been fo*
A boy rushed : ai ">-j tin field |
: ... ?,,. staggering ??nt with s
r.r pi.??.- ..f banting that would hav?
? laad i"i i?<> fall ?Ised mx ?'? Ms
?1 at th? ?Ceo? "I ?.peratinns in dusj
time, and then as the band played ''The
?lar Bpaa?**lt*d Bannatf*" and the eroard
red heads. Ml . M'K' eV. r
atroMMsmu valiantly wiih the halyarda
?""i finally, with ? llttla Ba?detance,
l".is.t.<j <d.| ?,|.,rv to in? top ?.f ii??- tatet
That e/tret. Its? playera Uned up abreast.
?n-1 lead'?! bj t!i<- band and ESddl? Moore.
Chief mascot <?f th?- l-ani, inaril."! hack
the dMinond Misa Oenevlev? I...
out ' tic n. ?-. ball i" i''<>u
?.| the umpires, Nap Ruck? i
. . and the gam?
eegaa
It wa? u eood game, too. Hau; Wolter
MUS i: i M'KEKVl R
t.. mark f?p<
home of thi I :n?..kl\ n ? .
"Acuity In i!.?- -l.i i"
?
i^h lus territory' f,,r h?>m<
which, under ordinal conditl
'"? n blocked off The Vai
. In midsummer form. an?l
the - - ? eras l
. i ^.'.? The B
their to? and iow<
their followei I I I ?ill do n
lot o fighting I r to
*
on ugly bound!11 balli and Ml
...
the field I tlm?
brilliant Th? ?'
3?# ? ? -, and Mill? ?. wa ?
. th? form?
. n and th - latt? : flv
Players Shin? in Field.
H.i
?
?
?n. Nap Ruckei
pitched a ? 11 o, bile th? box,
i "tn pro*? n.- '?? i clualvi i :
read) for the ?? nnai I
?
it ahould be aald in pai
;l ,i tjTAH !'?''" CHKH i ?? TH
?
'
? ?
-, Some Bot
...i. i .....
larly fei
? ..
? ?
....
. ol
! !
?
?
Story in Detail of How the j
Superbas Beat the Yankees
Stengel and Daubert Sh(
the Way with Drive3
for the Circuit.
.
In 1
ome luck? ' fai ' In l e
?
u 'i bou .?-.-.: He th?
and i" :
u ...i. ! lift? i .. hlRl
and Hartzel wai
-
;? ? ?
i ?
bat. He trapp?
. ... ? . . .. ... ahot II ? ti"- dl
mond for i'iank ? 'hance to
- im" i'al'lv ? ii then foui
mined
single t.. ? ni an I Bei Me! ei tl
? -.-. .. itflelder, n
?n ivc to i Ight Zack VVh< at,
filed t., "Birdie" ? 'too, ? i'i"- i !
?ii a foolish attempt to at? al thtr
.. the Aral ball pitch? d lo i 'api -,
?
-, ank? ea made -
ond frame, bul failed to
' i,.. ,;,. .1 al fir?! but H.i ' i... .
singla to c< i.ti' and F*i. ni i 'hance pick?
out i'"- Brat ball and han
i Ighl Then cam? , : piaj. Bwee
to R ? (-.'-i. v. ho ti appei
? 'has? oil thn'i i back I
ih.. bag and ha illd -., ..- ? 'hanc?
came charging <)"? i. from ond. Th?
"peerless leader" ..?' ?red out, fol?
lowing which Derrick retired th?- etdi
with a line drive t?> Bt? i
"Red ' Smith mad? s two-bagger for the
Buperba. In their half, but it went f"i
nothing, aa Daubori and Millet stru ?, .. t
and i- laher rolled one t?> CaldWell
Nothing developed In th? third inning
exoepi that Dentela iras caught napping
off hrat much t?> his disgust Harts? i
opened the fourth for tbe ?ankeea aritli ? ?
.?i., m 'h iv< to - " 'i and : ? ach >? third
on aa< i it!'-' ? b) 'i ' ? and ? !hai i Hi
left, however, as Chance Med to Bt?rngel
Caldwell i?r.n?<! ins > k 111 and < ? ?i ? ? 1111?. r i m
bo uncertain waj as the Buperbas strod?
to th? plata Meyer waik??i a? a- ?tarter'
I to I
I . ... ... ..
, . \? 1th none oui
: In: ;. i U
two, ' ' ?' 'bal
thai
....,., itloi i ?. i foul? 'I
lo H .ri* M Bi lo Derrick and
??
- n/ith
fth Inning, bul wai forced
then
? ? i -'i in mi
? ind, ai d Moran,
... but was
? . count
tmnied Ihe ball
or >?? hat un ned ?an to b?
I hq ..,;: i ,.:i Han
V%1, . ., rolled i" tbe t< not ?' it
? : '
\,? n ti "t- R' cker'a p?a os a
n by]
... inn ipoi i iti-i. Th?
Hartrell.
? OUM ;
. | | he ball ? de the dl unond.
did i la pal I to
????? **.?? ;
. .-,, , ' un?- |
? . . home run ?A'olt? i mlgl I bave {
II tbe sklnw d outBeld had
not b ' "" I
.' li m i'"
C it baa - j
.iii.l.
U|.,i,.' Bweene) and i? rricb wi r? to?: ;
,?? ? n '""k Caldwi !. puv i ;
. n j 0J tot Si ? v.'ik and ihren
Brool : . ? -i
pusslin? ihsl j
?The ? si 'n :l" ' i^1"1' '
tTame 'mi. i Plehei ?truck oui Daniels
.',,.?,, , .,!?.. to - itre and Woltsr
besiout. "?'?:.;','?;; ':<,,;"1.
? ?,, , '1 f? Zscl Un at. while
Dauberi raced? '??" ' "?-a ?enas
. , .. , ,. Bird!? - i- fool Only
?Soo Brookl ? ??"" ,a'"'1 ***** ? tssalr
' v.,:.k. - ??'?> '? ? '"'" 'n the ninth
., ,,,, ., ,.,:-? on ball*, two hita and a
unir?a on ?>
,.,,.,,. ? -h.'-?? ?. i ?tart? r
::; u,:,, **???.!.m
???,??' :-. th? -;?"" "" ? l"a-t ?h
Msnhstun hs? '" , "" ;??-.-??.?????????.
.,,,. .,, centre, and h?.th runner?
raced over tb? pi"" 'rbe? ***** mudo a
V
N. u >.'iK
: "Il I i.-l !..
r struck out a
, ? ? .,. t..
iklng thelt openins a
I ?'? w i.-. i dump?
from ??? thi pial
- ? ? ,.. ' III .u
to . ? t
? i ? e, bul
im: ?i; i ? h Wi
? i h.'ii.. ? ith tin
I 1-1 I - ?? - M\,,>.
? ?
? 01 "?
,40111 V ...
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: II, :; 1 l H? 11 t ...-. I
? r ?? " ? han ? i" 11 ? I
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.\l!. n, ? ? Mlilkifl ?
1 '.
? , ?
? i m i'fth lan?as ? Rai
.
lui
,.. u u ? n i i | "
? . . S ni .. U II " Il ?I II
\? fl "Il t...-. . \. 1% -) Il,.
Iintth n ... ?
I .m.i S i? MU . lui l?..ili. ? ? t I
??' ? ? ' " ' ? ? . . ? . i\ l-ill
I ' I ??? ??. , ? . :..:?
? U I! i. !.. I 1 I Uli
| lull, ? II,'
:ii . |l lin?) '.'; Ul? 'L I lu ?? Il
. -. I
? 11,1 - I 111-1, .1, I II..
BRAHE IN NO-HIT 6AME
St. John's Schoolboy Shuts Oi
Bay Ridge Without a Safety.
i-Y.-.i Brsbe "t Bt John - Pn p i atoi
B? li'iol. pttdMd a no-hit hui ii, k.'?
against tb? Bs* Ridge High School o
st John's Plaid, Brookljta, j? itorda
: . ore waa fi to I Brshi pit? bed wll
i 'i effi ctl*i eneas I bal be had .? re M
iteen strikt outi to bia cri Oil ? ml
four ?>f the Ba) Ridge boys reached bt?
bass two "i. fr< ? pa sen and two by b.
Ing luit by pitch? d baila < ine nf th? run
rters ;4"t ?a far as third base, end i ;
other t" se? ond, bul i><>tn were itranded
The m Ott follows
i: tl i:
Ptm | g o o 1 o i o a-^-3 7 '
i'.;< Rtdse . ? ?i S " 0 " 0 ?i
Bel ?? ? ? SI I..I.M -. ii: m .? .u,., i ii.ii I...II?. .
i:,. l.i .. I .? ? m ??n I 1 Nil i ?
\ i I le? ? R n i.
' .nu i - ?"? " ? I " l ? W 10
Opi - Wgb " " ?. ?' " o ;> ;
BaiieriM Curt?a, kiri>-, g?d oaffeatxni
i High, gtewart hihi iiuti-r
ai laglaaida Part i: h g
Fluahln? . - " " i " i I u i
, i Pn i-?? 0 I " " " . j, l j
Battartea Pteshla?. ~rotbin?haiu and si
mon; Breoklya Prep.. Boa? aa?" i H-??aa
ai <;?.:.i-ii i i: n E
s, Paul'a.? '-' I ?"' ? ?"? ? _ ??If ? S
llHrnHr.l ? I 0 0 1 . I I I II
Batteries M. Paul'?, spencei -oui Power;
Barnard, ?-.iia.-Ih- sad OT^ugblln
PIRATES POUND TWO PITCHERS
Kansas <'it>. a pi il B.?Batting two Kan?
sas City pltober? out "f tb> i">\ sad
taking advantage ol two error?, the Pltti
burgh Plrat<*s defeated the Kansas ritj
t? un here t?i-?la> by a score ol n to I.
T .i ?cor? by Innings follow?:
Pittsburgh . ? ? ? l -' -' ? ? ?'? " i* "
Kansas ?'ity.'i It t I 0 ? ? ,v I ?? I
Batteries?Adaata ?n.i Kelly; BcbUtsor,
lU-agun and Murphy, Ki it? hell.
MIS.-' GENEVIEVE EBBET8
Thro? h t out I ill.
Phillies and Athletics
Go Eighteen Innings
Battle to a Tie in Longest Inter
league Game on Record.
FINAL SCORE IS 2 T? 2
Young Pitcher o? American
League Team Remain** in
Box Throughout.
i- ? ? T
?
.....
...
i
l: ..-.? th.- At III
I an.' r, pitched the entii I wa
hit - Um t... n time* v. h ?
Phllliea used Mexandei foi
I'l.alm ? - ?..i two and i:' n I
allow? .1 tht former wo -? i
piona a total . i ..?.: ten : I
The Am? 11 ma gol th? jump on
I_ _ _
I
...
I
?
pi them from
th.* i '
The Phtllt? their t?
?
I . it.el t
h u lid o. ? 'oilIns.
... i ? ? tlili ;
? ? ;
I
?
.- t.anis
? .
? ? Managei Dootn
... seventh
? -i .- hi?
at Mua? le, In?
?| lie - ., . folio
H 11 K
...i. >' a .. it " n ii i. . ;?? !
.o " h 2 0 a 0 '." ?' 3 IS J
: :.a \ ? asad? r,
, K ! II.
,noll>.
O'DAY AN UMPIRE AGAIN
Hank to Don Blue Uniform an
Mask in American League.
?
? i.c . . , i link ? ?'Day, las! : ? a
manager of I ? - ft
? u an umplr?
-.- ? .1 a . onti.o i tu umpire in i
( lean i.- agu? h< r? toda* Hi
? have held off In the hoi i of |
as scout i"i iic- '
i > i m
. ag< nt ??i Mui on i" i" i
I ?cad.- i - ? ... lid th
! big pit. her I In flm
LONG TOUR FOR ItHLETES
American Team to Go to ."Vus
tralia and New Zealand.
San I': .H I ISCO, April ? : 0 in<*< IT
waa made h
\ .m. s. .-r.-t.it y-u . .?? . i of th? Aic.it. i
Athletic I'm.m. that an
trat k and field team wo Australia
ami Neu Zealand thl? ... Th? team
. .... for At -H.i'ia m i ??
t. tarn In April
William I'nmat k, a wi I i on ?mat? in
spot is .m tin* pa nul a natt* a
..f Ausl ralla, will manag? t be I ism
GOLFERS A BIT RESTLESS
Many Try Out Summer Greens
at the Baltusrol Club.
MOTS than 138 in.-ml" i all
t;.iif Club sei/...| the opportunit) >?<
to try nut th.. recently mowed summer
greens on the links there. Th.?Urse wsa
declared in tu.indltlon and thoroughly
lit for ?i long campaign.
a dost n or more with s preference for
competition mad.- up a bail -rw**epet*tkss,
in which \\. U Garey, with a card of
M U U, was the wimi' f. I'. A. I.'lli.n:
medien s a - ae? ond u Ith 1(N ; i M
NAVY BEATEN AT LACRO?SSE.
Annapolis, Md April .'.. In a close 11?
era i gam? thai i ? oulr? d I a ?> extra I
points before tb? It? wa broken Lshigh I
to-dai defeated Navy by a sen.- of itol
'RESULTS OF BOXING BOUTS
Alberts H;-.s a Bit the Better of
Sullivan in Ten Bounds.
I ii ? ....;? ?
i ? - torn? s bat
j the i- ? >? . "?" Paddy Sullivan, of the u ? a!
inds Del . i ??
i .1 i ? \;... : ; ' i.ii .ieii las! lil?;lit
' AI be 11 .?.i- : ,.? fasti . and mon -
.' his
- rival and s. "i., p..int?
thai I i' ne ' .
. .. .! V. .it t lie
\tiil, ti. i 'tub ..: The n "? *
f a... i ? floored Ins man for i ? co nt ol
Ii
back m i,..."i form and easll) evened the
Bert Papp outpoint d Kr?e Kauf- !
' mann In the - ml -flnal bout "i ten i ounds, ;
'
Mi ? lovei n had the !" ttei ef ;
man m ten round? at Brown's
-a
LCUISVILLE DEFEATS TIGERS.
Louisville April ?". ?'aid hitting by ?sth
...:urc "i' ti..- exhibition
;.is betwosh th.* I??ti.iit i
Xjgi and ' he loi ?" t?*am nt the Aimi**?
..inn., a.... ?un bj a s.ore t?f I
s |,. .. Th? i were ten hits for extra I
ha'.?, - ' ... .i "f i?' unit led with h j
triple and a double. Timel) errors "f thel
? Bid? -I I."in* ville
Inninga follows
r it i: I
. i ? i t : -, *. -, i ?
ll.liull . . ?I.' I 1 '.' 8 I ?i '.' I ;
>. i Ret? m. i
.-,..i i c? Boehl? Hall sas] Btaasg? and Qlb ?
SENATORS BEAT THE BRAVES, j
"A'sahlngten, April I Washington won
Ond and last ?/ame wilh the Hos
i.iii Bravee in their exhibition -sirisa here
i., ,i.. b) a score ..: - to I Th.. ?-aaa?
?as sh.w and untnt?resttng,
Th.- score by Inninga follows:
i: r i,* ,
n . i i .. i ?_? s ii i
1 h I h 1 >. ti l n 7 *. Z\
cut.in- CSahk?, Uroem ?ad Am-anlil. and I
WUIlsnisi Perdu? sad Devegbi sad l*arld?sa I
BALTIMORE Wi
FOE FOB GIANTS
McGraw's Men Bat Riotously
and Pile Up Runs Without
Difficulty Against the
Minor Leaguers.
TESREAU ON HIS METTLE
Oiark Bear Hunter Holds Oppo?
nents Scoreless for Five
Innings ? Wiltse Pulls
Up Lame and Matty
Finishes.
Baltimore, April k- Lending hi? team
Ifor the first Urn? thii season agslast an
-r. gatton of baseball player? who rom<-i
?i least give .? semblance of soase his
sue st.iff. McOraw forgsd saother
i.Hi-it,i,- vi. tor> for th. (Hants when th"
Kaltlraore Oriole? were tt pit lead bar? thai
afternoon by s aeora ot H to I Tbe
Kante was spotted sera and then ?ith
costly errors, most of whfek were com?
mitted by tbe bom? team arMla al th*
?am? ton?- tbe champion? ?>f Um National
League held another one of ih.^ir batting
"?1 ebrafJona, lacing ???it .?ixtrrn safe hits.
jamon? whleh nestled nine double? an?
ti' ? ??? till 1? s.
BI? Jeff. Teorema ?ras fnt meted artth the
t. . ?it twirling Ken York ta s reniai y.
ind although be bad ? litt!? trouble Im
I managed td bold his "tfj-ponenta scorekt?
i for tii.- tiv inning? h? worked Two alts
rere mad? off hla delivery, ?rkMe ?Il bata*
; mon \> ' ii' forced to l?o 1 to th,- SU| ?
: merit? ??t the apttboll and Can the ah
The beat hunter was paralmonloua with
his passes and ? J>. 1 nof, transport aay aw
to Brat
Qeorge Wiltse wsa selected to gassh tbe
game, but v\as conip?ll<-<d t?i retira In ths
laeventh after working <?ni> on?- frame, la
; which a ?Ingle and a double worn bunebed
for Baltimore'? first run. When Uta v.-t
< m n southpaw batted In the -wreath b?
de a quick Ktari t.i firs* aftet bitting
the ball and pulled up lame, ?0 thai ate*
1 O..W look him'out after Mala? 1 had stank ?I
In the seventh. Matt] wem Into Um bei
thout being thorougMy warmed up and
his opponents nick? 'i him for two tuts and
is many runa After be one? go! under
way b< was n??t p ired upon, although b?
v- .- hit safely ?veiy Inning.
Hh iwkey, - 1er ? Ith co
. but muck I? ss < v,...i li net
? ? the
and ?-'-?i alone w? II 1 nough m I ?
?'..if,-, but i ? dkl not ling? 1 long
? ?it- tbe visitors began to sample ht?
1 n- was handicapped by pom? ?
fron aupport, < Soon? r In < ? ntre ? . ?
tiibutin? two-mlsplays at time? when the!
? dan - Helped ?lo I
.. three pass?. th?
(llanta ha'd little dlfBculty In making their
ais hita count for ova runs in Um Brst
four it
Theieupon Bhaarke] waa ?helved In ??
troi of Roth, ? ho bad an 1 mbn ?
ball ; ertory n hieb badi fair I >
t give trouble for .? mom .it Howe
after tanning two ?>i" the Brst three men
to lace him Roth had to lowi 1 I
under at avalan? be of four two-baa? hit?,
contributed by Merkle, Ifeyera, Tearaau
and Bnodgrass, 11 ttlng three runs Th?*
?st- r tightened ni? In th? next frasas
and 1 tired Burn?, I toj ?? ? I Mui
?trlkes, but tbe effort taxed hi? itn -1 ?
to auch ?n extent he was able to do little
more meritoriou? work ano Um visitors
hit ht.ii almost ai w m. Ton bit? ?ad
?even runa aren bar reeled ? > t R ??
Herfck ?rai ths leading bltti r of th*
day.? -.ii'.-ti'S. two doubles and a
triple, - oaaing the plate three Unwi
? . .\i. ? rs ---.it In two hits of lusty pro?
portions, bouncing one of thorn off tha
fence In ?'ft Held. Burn? and Bnodg
I picked up 1 '"!?' ? apiece loafer misiu
1 ,,.... made foui bit? to-day bad Us
given bim ? chance, but after be ha'i
ibled In Um Scat he was bsnded tbre?
I tase?, so bis opportunlUe? for atickwesk
wen s .?
Running Up again?! a :eal team for tii?
:irst tiiii?'. th? ?liants also fac^d some real
fans.' who expreseei themsehre? In Um
. tool ?PI rOOBd ba??hall ntann?^r. S110U
grase, of coursa 1>??s sipotifd i-onsider
,,i,i. ?bus? tins ?prlng after the ansia,
tun?s of last fall, but ?o far Im has ?ot ?ff
lightly, Bhafer, of tb? perfumed note? rep
itatlon, beim Um target foi most of Um
com m? I?
Th? Battlmore "fana a ?*? ?a Arthur
11?.m the beginning of the gam? until thi
. ,..| l..,ri I to) M has a h->sf ?f a?lmir. ? I
In town who lint**** that be asead ?la
tin-..- between Innings out n?-ar the right
ti. l.i bleacher?, wham they ? oui?i talk i"
inn!. That ?action of Um crowd stood BP
?ir, the bench?? ?very tir"?' Lnrrjr caaM M
bat and gar? tin- valiant second biisem?n
;, regal reception although tbe ?reether
?as a tt if.?- COOl, ?? many as five thon
aand apectatora were out th?.- stands b?
Ing ?early filled.
The ?cor? follow?:
\r.\v rORK gALTIMORB
Ut r h l"> "?<*' aiirhpn*?
,-t.cf t ? : t ?? Cooper, et.?* ' I II
1 iso rwombij n? ?i 1 ; "?A
.f ? 1 : 1 0 1 Corro?an, If ? 0 1 0 1??
Doyle' ft :? 1 ? - I* UutO, Tt .400401
, ray rf 4 0 t 1 01 Homer, ih 41) I ? on
rf 1 t ' I ?? Parent, tb 1110 4?
1 1 110 I o Matad, s? . 41
.-.,,.,; 1 ? n 1 T-f-n . . ; o 0 ?? 3 o
??hawkey, ;> 1 o o 1 so
i:"h '?' ,rt t ? I?
1 . ?.;.... hrnan 1 >? o o 00
.... ,, 1 o n o 1 o
T?tala ?! U M ? U 1 Tottis *?? *?lfl -'15 *
??Batted f."1;- Roth m aiath taatag
\. ? T? ri
Huill?n??!?'
0 i) 0 ?
I S S-1
' ? rt s
rtra* baae aa enera- N'.1?- tors, 1 Balti?
more, 1 bail an baaei New \r>..u. i; naiti?
1 u m ?. ballt ??ff ?hawkey, s
off Roth " Struek out -B? Te-weao. ": by
Hhawkey. -' by Roth, ?i. by Wlltae. 1; b>
- m 1 Thr.but hiu Doyl . M-rk.-.
D?vore Two-baae hlti Bhal r, Marrar? \'' '
Merkl? ..''. Teareau BnodirraM It), r-v?in
i h Heuaer. Sacrifice fly?Meyer?, st^l"?*
- ?fer, Merkle. Pa oti ha_-_<T-fa.
Mh? off Hhawkey, I In ? inaitiR?. ??ff Tturtmu.
I in ;. Innln**: ""' Wiltte, 3 In 1 ?naiag. Isa
pin -vickera. Thae?Ift attajntaaea l?W
THORPE FANS FOUR TIMES.
Chattanooga, Tenu?, ABtfl 0.-Jim
Thorpe struck out earh of the four timen
ho went to bat in the gBSM hwo to-day
botW-MO th?> s^coiiil team of the ?iiants and
Chattanooga, of the Southern League
Kew V"ik won hf a score of .'? to 4 lu ten
innings
HARVARD WINS AT SOCCER.
Cnmbridga ?lass., April I.?Harvard de?
feated iiavrrfoni it so???-i her? to-day
by a score of 1 to 2.

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