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Biting Wind and Error
Spoil Brooklyn Opening
Phillies Jump Off in Front by
Beating Superbas in Na?
tional League Race.
RUCKER VIES WITH SEATON
Muff of a Fly by Benny
Meyer Opens Way for
Lone Run and a
Bitter Defeat.
.\""(,fiy uotutor?*d In th?? mysteries of]
t lairvoyaticy would have BOSpect?*d that |
when Benny Meyer dr?op?jM*d an Inoffen-1
re looking fly m the lirst iniiiil| "1 the i
?t" runt- battle .i th? National League
pennant atruggle at Sheet's Field
terday the result would be .. d
for Nap KucBer and a blot on the es
, ,ti*ii>-..n of u.c Superbaa in their Dial
: "li.
Evea FYed Bnodgntsa could have l ?
? 'a. i.ett'r pla?*e for a liniiT, as there
were t?"*- ont am) a nniner ?mmplag on
aecond bast Tin aame Individual was'
bone other than tie- peeks ?'"?-> Knabc,
via. ?-rus.? ??! th? plat?- B'ltb the only run
of the game. For nin. rapid Innings tbu
Boperhai struggled valiantly agalnsi the
Invincible ?"kateo, of Philadelphia, *
bach the costly tally, but they wen -. --
ornusiy rspuhwd, partly through sterling
i Itching and partly through shsrp ft? Id?
lag (??ter during the struggle they got :
man as far aa unr.i '...-". bat he ad?
ced n?' further, snd lit?? plate at ihe
near park remalaa undented byfs Brook?
l*i. rnnti'-r in a regular game. Th? Una]
gemma srai i i" I
Although tno furMshings snd aarround?
ii ps are all new, the samo old fi-.t" that
has dogged Rocker's career alaee his ad?
v??nt in Brooklyn geema conspicuously
present Hs pm up a pretty fight, pitch?
ing his head off t.. keep the Phillies from
srorini:. while bis teammatea war?- mak?
big a futile assault on ths enemy'a de?
fetaeea, but It .vn> ,-,ii in vain, i *? i 11 Dahlen'a
crew couM ii"t ?.?n? ??/.?? g alngte pu- across
th?- plato, go thej starl the geason In un?
disputed posseaolon "i the cellar, while
the gonfalon ?f Philedelphla i-: Rosttns
proudly alono at th" crest.
i'liarlio Ebbets, who ?an spot a boll?
?lay in iho dlstBBCe quicker than any man
livintr, must have bees somewhat diaap?
point?.?j at the size ??f th?- erowd, which did
not bog'n to iMi the grBBdatand Th- re
w?r.- fn or ti\<Tvp thousand "fan " ?
d but Hi?* eoM areather K?- i?t many
of thoso aaray who had Bed purchased 1
their seats in advance for th- opening. I
TjVn. attain, the affair of la.-t Saturday '
QSrved lo satiate the apoetites ot mi but
the. flye<d-in-Tne-w.?us, and th" DSVSlty Of
n Ram?. In the new park having worn off.
the interest waa n"t t.s keea as usual
when tlio gong for the pOBBBflt net
ring*
Preparations wer mude to handle a
thront* as great as the one of last sreek
and those who had purchas? d their pas? r
vations in advancs came early to avoid
the rush. The park SFBS opened al BB
early -hour la the aft- moon, and with
Shannon's Twenty-third Ucpfment band
to enliven thliiKs gpsctBtofS and playera
alike wet?- thankful thai the "Turk. >
Trot" had be? n invent.,! '..,?;-? it aerv? ?I
aa aa admirable Bteaas to keep op th
clrrulalion.
I'uring the preliminaries ("tossy Dotan,
now left fl.lder ..f th?- Phillies, but for?
merly third baseman of the 1 snkeee, ha
\a?i?-d the pr?o|nei8 of the band, und. |
grasping th?- leader's baton, BMrshalled ?
the musicians throiiEh the maac "f a n?.- i
vhiio Labert and Doolan gava sa exhl*|
bltlon "f ths Texas Tommy which would
r,\e pnmi of th?- GtantS paus.- as ?.y
atal BMBabsra "C McQra*s*a t?aam eooslder
theOBaMvss particularly proti'-letit in th',:
particular pioduvl of ths Lone siar Btat?
The cerasBoejes sttsaadaat upon the
opening the season w?ro varied but un?
original. Jake Daabeii collect?-.! gaverai
souvenir?:. <'ne ??f them was an ?-nornions
fierai bersBBhoe standing somewhat high?ir
inan the valiant firsi baseman himself,
i? hile g gUied Oat f"! '!??? .,rat:\ .- porpOSCS
and a home run dub for biiBlBBSa pui
? s bespoke the popularity of one of th?
?nost brilliant players m the game.
Before the re? test eould Itegln it waa
?a cassaiy to have a flag raising of some
kind. .*?o the players of botil teams, pre?
ceded by the band, marched across the
field and attended to ??Id Glory? AMI
this same thing was done last Satin.la;.
SB Opening l? :.ti opening, and no part "f
the ritual may be omitted, if there are
two or tliree openings It is all th?' same.
K?>iou?**i*. Pr?sidant Alfred E. Steers w,.s
intrusted with the rearpoBadbfllty of toti-n.g
?-ut a new ball to the Iriepresalbla Bill
K.eni. who revelled in th? vocal ,'?
plif-hmenls and acrobatics which lend gach
,:<?<? isi\?? riess t" Ins opinions.
Phillisa Start with Snap and Vim.
The l'huiles appeared t>? 11 a f..st and
well ooaadhMaed team, with the enure
liucnp intact for as brillant a get?aWBJ
as they made in MIL In the llrst place, it
was not'd that thai lie Doota has kid?
napped the little hunc I,hacked mascot win.
guided th? Athletic- to taro world's
champloaahlps, but whose spell traa
broken last season.
It Is high time that the flam, haired
leader of the Phillies attached some luck
bringer to hi?. staff, and !f be can get ;c
inueh as a fleeting smile now and then
from the fickle goddess he is likely to be
up in tno thick of the pennant race this
s'ason.
The only new face in the one-up Is
I'olan. in left field, who wo* not afforded
an opportunity yesterds** to show his
.?kill at Seldiag, bul *.?ho cracked one of
Xap Bucket's CUrvea far a s*iarp, c!?an
-Irnjle In the first Inning, w hi h would
have scored Mages from SSOOBd bad ,
Stengel not mad;* a Sparkling play and;
nailed the runner at the plate with a
splendid tluow. Knabe, Doolaa and J.o
bert appeared to be in sterling form.
Although the battit* between Racker and
Sc-aton was one of exceptional brilliancy
for this or any other time of the >ear,
only fielding of the highest type choked
off th?; runs. DOOlBB, who is almost with
put a paw in tl"? league as a fielding
short?top, played a aaaattnfl boom for the!
Phillies, a?ropting seven ch??ese without
an error. He covered vast gnantttlss of
ground, robbing l-trooklyn of lilts light j
and left. II? made four ?tar plays during
the game, the most Important of which!
was the forcing of Fisher at third w Inn !
i'allahan hit to short In the thrilling i
eighth Inning, when there were two on
and non?; out
?"utshaw mad. an appealing figure M
" Mi'i I-a*-., fot ths Sup'-thas lie fielded
FAMOUS NEW PARIS HOTEL
Sf metarate alta The tOTEL LSTTI. 7 A 9, tut
Cattigiiane Piece ftedemt it a raftntS "name '
iramheme"amidst tasteful surroundings Iho easy
ncemtsrable tuiles speesl la the Pata people.
Baseball Gans ?
Boom To-Day
\\ri?>N\i. iHi.i t: GAJUtfl Tti-DAY.
Beetes ?ii ve? v?rk.
Itri...|.l> n Bl rh?aclelpliix.
St. I Olli?. Ut t III. .IS''.
IIKM II <M <.\MI *.I>TUID\\.
piiiitKieipiiiH. i: Bsasfclya? S,
NATION M. I I \?.l I >r\NDIN|?.
?I I? *?V. !.. P.C.
I'hila I 0 I.SSe St. I oui- 0 0 .iiii.i
Hro.il. I,ii II I .<><??? lili?-???? ?1 O .000
New York O ?? ,?tss C'lw'aatl o ?i .non
Boatea ? " ,SSS PMt-SVsh n o .ooo
tUfl im \\ i i :\?.i i: GAMES today.
Ne? \,irk ,\t Wawklngtea.
Fklladelphla m Du-ton.
? Ucaga ui ? levetaad,
lletroit nt >t. I.oiii?..
Ogeaiaa la ilnrlaeeH i???ip?>ne?i t??o
da??, ou ;.?.(.iinl ?>f recent BeSda,
Sla??.r ?.uno?- lo Ihm?? out flr,| Im II
ut Pole liroaada i?>-?l.?.?. ??li?-n tmnr i?.
railed, el 3:SS ?? rtork.
hla pi.--iti?'ii with .-i?-'-?ir i< y end aklll,
handling v\ chancea flawlcaaly. Several
..r th.-m were bard ob? - Perhapi t ?
aenantional plaj ?>f the same from
th? Brooklyn point of -. n-*?. was the throw
,.i Btengel'a which caught Magee .?t the
t Pish? r did a '-i- ? pi.f ?'?" ?
?ti i hi i" sed L.rt out al third ?m
I?..!-Hi's grounder In the fourth, aft?
had !-? n sacrificed to aecon i by
Mag? Jak' i -sub? rt waa hli old self at
?list, and Wheat contributed a nice catch
..i" Ludcrus'i By, although hla day'a work
was Bllghtl? marred by letting Dootn'a
ptngXe am h I rough him for two b i ?
In the i ? f t * ? tram? Thla mlepl iy, how?
??,?-, waa no) costly.
Pitchers Battlo for Victory.
s-, I .. duel bets ? - n pitcher? ai Ruck? r
and **? aton p it up ? ai moi ? lo be *?
pectcd .n Auguri than In April, Rut
realising that tlctory wa? going to eoroe
hard, both worked atrenuonaly t?. i*?-t it
Bach pitcher gare ??? lo nrst. the
Philadelphien striking "nt seven men
and Rucker four. The Buperbaa retired In
order for tbe Brsl Bre Innings, three n
reaching first on hits, two or them being
thrown ?"it alcalins -. - ?. r i ? i. Daub? I
pilfered the mldwai eucceaofully, ??'it ?
kiil.-.l ..ft' when he "tried to n sch Ihlrd ?
s abort passed ball.
Although Rucker *-m*_i? 1 In the alath
frame and Meyer w,iik?-?i In the acventh
it P.i nt until th? ? Ighth thai Brooklyn
P"t the sray ahaped i"i- a run- With wie
out, Plaher and Miller K"t i" Brat ?-n
acratch Infield hits. Then Beaton ticht
ened up, r-?r? ?ni* rallaban? who batted
for Rucker t.. hit Into a for. e-out, while
Stengel v..is itrsngicd bj Uoolan Beaton
m< ii. a blase ol gioi
retiring th.- aide In ord? fai nlng Brwln,
who batted for Meyer, snd making -?ach
Wheat v;.iK the plank, a* w? i
Rucker did not Pitch quite sa amooth ?<
n..-- S?-at?'n. in the flret Innlnif lh?"
ea hit the ball hard, and coHect?*d
three .-f their rlpht int.*-. Thej would not
have aooredi however, but for M**yer*a
error. Only three timos thereafter did
the vUttora get s msn t.. ?????*..mi, an?i
never waa tt.--.-. more than one man on
baga at one time, Rin-ker holding in
tir? command of th? situation.
The lower end <>f the Brooklyn batims
order ?li'l m..?.t ?.f the hitting, Fleher,
Miller and H.i?-k?-r dividing smong then
I tour ?.f th? six hits mad? <iff Heaton'a
delivery'. Tl"- young catcher, who uns a
| brilliant career ahesd of I dm, m...).- two
I ?>f tii?-s... Smith, f-nni a hitter ??s he la
struck out on bla Ihre? appearancea ..t
i-.- plate.
Dooln, who hantent .1 ba? h from the
funeral of bla brother t?. tak? part In
the. game, and Otto Knabe aere tin* most
familiar arlth Rucker'a curves each mak?
ing two hits. The ascend baseman
made the only extra base hit of thi game,
.. double to rlpht it. the Aral Inning, whl?*?i
put him in s position t.. ?cor? tin win?
i nlng run.
The score follows:
PltIf_AOEi_pui v BROOKI/ -.
abrh poa ,^
? ' 101 1 OOlSteni ?.-.Oil'.
; I - ???Cut .? ? ... t -. i ! io
? " l v '?"> Meyer, rf 11 | .
??see. ?? SO? ? 1 ?'?Krwli . ; .... ft , o
101 l| Wheat. II i .. r, ?? .
'- ?? Haubert, lb 1011
... I 1 21
DooIb, . .. tat f r. 0 Flahi - - SOI 3 It
Beate?, p., ?? ?? i i _ o Miller, .... las I * "
Ml I
than... i " 'i o ??o
RagoB p.... '< 11
Tota .. ? -. ??
I. *?*__-?? : "?< Hey? r la i anltu
? ?? i- i- i.?r in ngii.ii inolaa
h i ?;. i i ?asesa?
?-:??? I I -i .. n r |
haaee?l adelphlt r ooklyn, 4
ft i It Knab? Kerrii ?? ; l_ Labm
;'*-"?'' I ? l.,. l
- 1?- ibert , .. baiii OIT
?n Kreton, I. .--, ich ...j- By
? ?? i .i- Beaton : WIM
,; ' ?-' R? ker. x la I ma?
: '**** ' naplrea ki. . and i irUi. T,ni- l .:;<*.
RED SOX DRUB HOLY CROSS
Put More Ginger in Work, De?
spite Cold, and Win Easily.
!'?'? *"?:- -?? ?' ??? ?? , rib . ?
Rostoa, April :? in theli laal practice]
Bams prior t.. atartlng another champion?
l?>iiii? race the Red Boa beat the Holy
I rosa College nine here to-da: by a acor?
. oi I to I. the weathei war. colder than
; ?' lerday, bul tin Boston playera w.r.
? on theli toes than In th? K?me
laeainst Harvard, making a dosen hite
I "Buck" n un. n and Ra) Collins pitched
i f? i Jake Stahl but the ? oil? e boy? mad?
Ieix i,its ?foui ogalnal O'Brien and two
I against L'ollina?acorlng ?.r,. run on the
i combination ?>f u sin^i?- by it Murray and
a fine double paat Duffj I^ewhi bi i
, Mm ray.
Tin- score foil? - -
BOSTON. I in.i.v . ROSS.
ul.r hpiiiif ,?, ., ,
Hoop? ? -'i j .. .. J.M ..i..- .. ', m .- i in
i'erkea, ?b 41 l 2St Cawley. tb.. 4 00 i ?o
Bpeaker, cftl i 1 ? 0;Oatervren, lb 4011! 10
1_ ?. i?. If... 41 t 1 " I J ' I'li.i.n. , f 4 'i 0 . It
..-ardner. "tt< 4 u 3 IM Panadera, aalt] ( it
s-.ahi lb . 0 i 4 0 0 Lona, rf..... 4 o n .. nt
.laiiviin. lb 1 ? 0 .". .) 0 R, ?:iiroll. . 1't u ? 10
Wasner, us i o i IK Dolan, ir . .1.. i o ?u
>'..iri-;.in. c I ? 0 i '. 0 I: Murray, p . i 1 ? ., i
I ? ? ! I M Manui ,. i 01 .
T OBrlen.p tl i 11 ?
?ollins. j... 0 0 0 0 I 0
T?tala ..It SIS Sfll Telak r ? i .; _4 j : *
Boato . o :? 3 .' i o o o * -
Holy Croe?. o o i o o o o o o? i
Two-tiu.se hita- Leu ?. .i Murray, Ba
! .; .-ta> I. Hita ?'ff 'i. < ?'Brtea, i la 1 Ina
injf?, off Oolllna, t in S Innlasa; <>tT i; Morra)
II in n M? Manu? i Ib I tnnlns*
?jtt? .... ba ton Holj ?'ro-a. I
i ?ai Ib? r, Oetergrea, Piral baa?
'n Lui:? Off O'Brien, I: ?ff i Murray, i
Struck oui Hv rolllna, 1. bj T. O'Brien, ':
i.-- McMaatw, i Doubl? plai I Marrar,
s?un.|?r- and Oatcrgren. I*aaaed tall It I ?
roll, itii by pitch?! )'??. m Manna (Speaker)
t'nipi:?- -StiiiT.ir.l ami K.-!l?-v. 'Un- l:St
TY COBB STILL DEFIANT
Tigers to Play Opening Game
Without Great Hitter.
iHin.it. April ??? President Karin of tiie
Detroit club, in tin* American League, ?.n
noiiiK-rd to-day thai t> ??.hii. tiic cham?
pion batsman, would ?K.t start the season
\wtli l.ii to.ini St St. I_ouis to-niorr??w. He
Sddsd that t.c Intsadad to make no fur?
ther ladneetnenta to Cobb. arko is "held?
Iiik cil" for moro aalarjr?
Snnlslsn. .Ma., ?kpril It- t> Oobb's team
was aClhSdnied to play here to-morrow, bat
the gama v.as cancelled, in kla t?*degraai
? ot.i? aald:
"Disbaad la-day f-.i ??? wsek pending
definite new? from Detroit H?aM snfaaa.
until until ? ou hear fiom me." I
SCENES AT THE OPENING OF THE NATIONAL-LEAGUE
BASEBALL SEASON IN BROOKLYN YESTERDAY
Upper picture Boiough l*r< hlenl Bt4*era
with 1: .! and B ,V McKe? ver, nos
pari own. n ..f the Brooklyn club.
Low? r picture- lak. Da il I
..lai b . - m fifth Inn ? _
TO RENEW THE SUBURBAN
Plans Made for Revival of Rac?
ing at Be.'mont Park.
HISTORIC STAKES OPENED
Eighteen Fixtures on List, I
with Entries to Close
on April 29.
Keu Int? real In th? i rj ? ? I tbe
racing saaaon at Belmont Park
Memorial Da* wa edded *? t<
when it wss snnouni-ed thai the Bubui
llandi.-ap. I/.-r'H'? Realtssl on and other
? i Ic ? lak? i toi m- rty off? red bj I
??- ney island Jock? f < lab, at Ihe? -
i eed Da]. id-, i ? ? n add? d to : Is
t f ii.. Ilxtui ? ?
a n.? ? ting of ti r . r Ractx a
Assoristlon wss held yeater?my si *
the < ofldltions for the i i Ink?
appro red snd tern t.. the pi it,'.r In all
th? re Bill he Is eut) ?thn e alai r the
Belmonl Park nv < ting, arhl? begli on |
May M nnd continuel until July .. with
: a. |ng ? a- 'I .- m I 'I h II I I and Bat?
urda)*
Tl.. old the M? ti m " i? ? ?
Brooklyn and Bubui re li
the lisi ? f i ose for hoi aa esr
old sad upward, the Belmont, withers.
Lawrence B**slisatk>n and Brooklyn
i tax by, foi th? thn ? ear-? ? - islve?
ly ; while the t w?.- ? eai -old
la the Juvt nile, < h - st ?.mei '.??.,-,.., ,
Triai and A to ii i ?Inn? r lak? so
taw Keen? Mentorlal.
Th? three atakea for th? n an
r,". im; ...... ?ni
condition! the <!ra*.?i National, forme!
um at i;.in,')iii Park; the Empire State, i
run ai ? ?i ova - a nd, and the independence,
at Bbeepshead Bay. II Is ti i ?i? - ire ol
? ... inten ted In ti" re? irai ol radag
thai the bast of the oM time fesl in
prest i \ ed with..m regard t-, when i
were formell; run
The ?"?.led mon?*] le th? B.ki*. n end
Suburban handicapa Brill b K ?-? ahile
?j. ?. snd tAJetV will be sdded In th? i I a
stak?sa e?'-"!'t ? ..me of the elllng race?
which are guaranteed TIm thro? leeple?
. has. - ?i ill ca.-h bBVC tlji " Sddl tl
a Biaiortty ??i the stakes will be handi?
caps, which win insur.- muck better coa
tests liiiin mu?? i tin old form of early
closing condition.?- thai got 'in. d the Bel?
i mont i.nd Lawrea? i R? allsatloii
i Ti? distance.-, of tbe Brooklyn snd Bub
, urban handlcsps will be one mil? snd s
furloni Insp id of on? mil? and ? quartei
..s t?.!-m?-i ? i hia i made i.lary by th?
? . ondltton ol th? oi a mile snd ?< quai tei
chute ..t Belmonl Park, which waa torn
! up for the aviation meeting b? Id thei e
. -in, >? racing oeasod.
i Ti.?* on!) new fixture v, in be the Keen?
j Memorial, ninniil for the !at<> .lam. i:
[ Re? ne, who was v!, e-chalnuan of Th.
I .lack.-y ciub from iis argaalaatlon uatll
ins d.-atb snd who slwsyi played s prora!?
nenl part m the aport. it la a condition
, i... a for two-year-olds, .iiui?*?i to bring ., n
i the best "f ihe JavcaUb a
I ? nmarlaad, Hi? Btakea ludude nine for
throe j a ir?oida snd upward, ion foi
;!,ie.-year-olds, ?-.v.-n for iWO-). ai -old.
sad tarse tot jui.ip.-is.
! The cnlliet will ClOBS "i, Monday, April
I 'A. The Bddsd money t.? th?- OVSrnigb!
! ta'.-s Bill be Ve'*-. Ml and MM. It is the
t int. ntioii to ni\. a a.-. ni., hase each day,
I Also, there will bs an army day, when
i races for arm) horses, In arhleh o4B4*ersj
?will have the mounts, will predominate.
Superintendent Pela si Belmonl Park
has a large for.-.- of men si work getting
! the course in condition, and it will i? _?,
| it4 i,e*-t ?m Memorial i>ay. Ths track
?propei aiifady is in sptsBdM condition,
?and horses latsaadsd ?"t raelng at l!a\re
?i. Oraos bave basa workhag six furlongs
In better than 1:17.
Applications for StSbte room art con,
ing m ai a rate which insures a Hbsrsl
supply of material, ami li is sxpeeted that
the stakes will close with BOflTtCthtng like
ih< i.i.i-tiin?- number of eatries.
<>|>?nin_. National laSBgBS, Mn., I,all | ham.
plonshlp Polo "in.lirai?. To ?1? :*. .-.?. |? aa
OIA NTS va BOSTON M'.hIc by Ttl. Be?'
Band. 1 P. M -AHM "'
r? iM BI A'i' ?N
Who pH? hed lh? PhUISes to victory
KAP RUCKER,
Star piidi'-r ?>f Brooklyn.
S*. ff?n ?
YANKEES OFF TO BATTUZ
Chance and His Men to Open
Season in Washington.
?
FOUR RECRUITS DOOMED
The New York Manager Cleans
House on Eve of the
Pennant Race.
Tank, ss, twenty?
I?" atnmi left the Penneylvsnls station
? ? s u '?? '. .-??'. for Wsshlngl
i., do haul? with the -*? natora tl la -.ft' --
i "..n ?n t. game of to? luaeri?
? an I ? . . that city.
n : ? , it- i.- strained
?lightly in Hi.. ? ?' lay, ep?
.- a ? ? - '
t* w.. ...i be .?t first base when the urn?
? ? ?? -i i" i i.aii!" Ha sise gai ?
..ut the cheering sfonaation that i ?errl? k,
tout -tit- 'a i .'..n in Ills liar,I
.,!? - . it i.- 11.,.,] >., f afonda). *?* ouM bs
m ?"?? game ImnaV "t taro arei :
tin wound waa bsaUng nieml
bad t "i aettled d? fhaltel oa
| what pitcher ?? sroold use, bul Indicated
thai Ray CaMwell would !.. hi.? choi?*a
Mu? h win depend, of '?our?-.' on boa bs
. ai m i up to
Ri fore leaving this i II i ih? foi rner
n ..en ei "i tbe <'ui. ?ound. d the doom
of four recruita Padd; On an escaped
? . nor "t ii.- preat nt, and s m gel
snotl er trial n i ? Ids boa i" i use be
Pirat? : ? fu ' d t" waive on hi- si rvl? .-s.
go t.. P ll its rgh he a 111 : o
l ?oui i.- Hai Mi "ti ?.. r? leeeed to
the i "hattai.ga i ' lb of in.- South? rn
Leagu? . Jol i Prl ai to the Rocheater
Club, ol the International Leagu? G?*orgi
Davis, ihe Wllllauia College captain and
pltcli? ? ..r a asi -i o. i" i le Jeraej ? ''' ?
? ''m, of the lotet national Leagu?,
l'ini-i, .? ahortstop, wss release some
time sgo i" the Troy Club of tbe Btat?
i.. ag ? and i lals? i. a pit? her, t<> ti"- tl
bany Club of the siat.- League. Tbs
..tier playera In tin squad an likely to
?tick for the pn ant, sa Chane? la undei
I the llmll aii.iw.-.i by baseball la,?,
GOOD NEWS 'FOR RACING
August Belmont to Bring His
Yearlings, in France, Here.
August Belmont, chairman of the Jocks)
i ?'iuh. snnounced ye lerda) at a moetlaa
..i th. Btearards thai he arould ahip thir?
teen yearlings by^Ethelbert from Pranos
to this ?oiHitt, .m th.* Btsamshlp Mlnne?
Iwaska, which ?ails from the other side
' ..n April at Thi ? roung UMsroughbrada,
??itii fifteen ?>r twenty otbars from his
Nurser* stud In Keatueky, ?ill bs .-?.id
si auction arMboul reserve daring ths
forthcomlog meeting n-i Behnont l'urk.
Ali Belmonl win bold auch yearllags
as he wan!s for ills nun stable to raes
und? i his ...lors lure, but a full thirty
will go under the hammer. His chief
purpose Is i<? si?.* borasmen an oppor*
i mitv t<> pnrchnas srell bred stt? k at s
time when ta? supply is not what it ?n
in hsppl? i times t.,1 i seing,
.Mr. Belmont win leave inn*? yearling"*?
In France in an effort to eat Some return
on tbs m?.y expended in making en?
gagemeats i"? tbsm ??broad.
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SAIER. OF THE CUBS. IN.TURED.
Chicago, April I Reports to-day ind??
cale thai Victor lalBTdS ariklr. which he
Injured la praetloi -.si.riia.i-. win keepi
him i.ut of tii? opening gams here i<>
morroB and psrbapa for several days?!
Arehsr probably adll iak?- his place si
fitst base for the Cuba
Mayor Gaynor to Throw
Out Ball for Giants
Jeff Tesreau Likely to Pitch
Opening Game To-day.
ALL READY FOR THE FRAY
"Fans'* to Enjoy Another Open?
ing of the Much Opened
Baseball Year Here.
May? i ? ?a- m-r will throa i
? - - Polo Oround thi afternoon,
when the (Hants open the Nut ??? il
League s-a-nm In eoafllct with the B
Bravea ?Oth?*-rarlse It ??? lb? t ba
ball s Ithoul any frill*, i -i?! n I ' '?
the genial seerstarj of the club, remark? !
reaterday. The "fans" ase grows wt
nt the t!--ie honored march serosa t??<?? ;
t;. id, Tbe sans - i Ing si .1 tl it
what th. MeW York ?-lui In?p. s to _ie
tii.-m
?if ....i- -? there s mu de Tl 1
Seventh Regiment hand srtll r?-|...i t . 1 on?
.. > !"- y t., ht I? ? nt? ft..m the ? rowd be?
fore th? playera come on the dianiond f??r |
praetli ? ir the weather Ii as , .hi .
was resterdsy, th? "fans" are not likely
to go early, and the band may play t<> i
ben? in-*?, bul the gate ? a III i<<
? ??? - ed at noon In anticipation of th?
uaual opening day f*rc**rd, which hereto?
'??'? haa nil. .1 : ?tanda to
?..-i -?-.it
Tas gama a III .died prompt!) at
I " ... hu k snd n bile John .1. If? 1 ;
was reticent, th<- chancea are ..n Is favor
..f "Big JefT' 1 reaii pitching. M
and Marquard w-...-k..i on Tuesday, while
Red Ann? pitched three Innlngi yeater
da it is possible, "i <?>urs.-. that the
last nsmed, srbo has the name ?>f beins
.1 \M-.it!:? r pit?... r. will gel ihe call?
but Tesreau i<???k-i ?ik.- the logical lelec?
: n?.n, aa the little manager has been csre?
fully grooming him for ti"- openlns l in ?
Hui. Purdue 1 r Tyler sill be 1 n the
mound for Boston The Jiravea srrived
here Isst evening snd to all sppearane?
were full ?>f confidence, ii trill be ? da
elded sinnk. however, If th.-v defeat the
National League champions on ihelr own
diamond
IfcOraw baa never been much In the
prodicttng Une. ami In- was n.?t ? H r-i >-?--??? 1
to depart from his usual custom Issi
[evening, He aald that h? was well satla?
Bed with tin, condition "i bis men snd
saw no reason why ti"1 ahould n?>t do
sa well as a 1 ear sgo.
"I'll ten Mm aast Beptembi r be amll?
Ingly remarked, when usk.-.l ?f he thought
the (Manta would repeat bul It was piala
thai h? 1* imt lacking la confidence.
C?ptala Larry Doyle grinned whan
asked his opinion, but thai irla apoke
volumes ii?-. too, aald the mea were la
line condition ami scouted the auggsstlon
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J All Body Types. Open snd Closed
4 and 6 Cylinder Models
ill at once for it prsetlesl
demenet ratten
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AUTOMOBILE CO.
t
Saleareesa -?n?! Serrtee l'?pi-;. [
tits-SSI W, ii?th nt , New V?>rk city. *;
??.i- ? barley Herzog would not be In hla
; da? ? at third ba ' ? the bell tans.
Neu Torh i .*- had mon than s ft? Ir
?all i ?? ? . . i
the 'tin hungry? ao that the
i ? : ? ,- r.,.. big to
:.. 11 - f - thos? s ho ?would look on.
Th.- ? .-..n .il.--., will open in two either
? Hi.s i-, the National Leagu?
and Philadelphia; and In font American
ne cities, Boi ton *? i btagton,
? 'i- >.?? land and 81 i ?oui i
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MUCH GLOOM IN CINCINNATI
Opening: of Baseball Season
Postponed Two Days.
1 n? Innati, Api U I i ta lag t.. the eon?
: hard i tina that fell here during
th?* . mu. day. A rin I ?t?- to?
? l t.. i.,, tpone the openli c of
i ? National I ? on In
this city until Saturday, ?.prll 12 Ba
m tin- day the game had been postponed
m ? Friday, but it wa d? ? Id? <\ that it
would i- to gel the park Into
condition by thai time
The i--.i it-a u ? cltj Invaded the
ball pai k, and s bile tl ?? water baa re?
..?i.ii the work <>i putting th, field In
condition for ihe opening game required
not on i th? work ol a large for? ?
men, i"it also fslr westher ?
LUCK IS WIIH FOUR
LEAVED mm
So Says Nicholson, Who Is li
Design Lipton's Boat for
America's Cup Race.
FAVORS SMALLER CRAF1
New York Yacht Club to Tak<
Time in Acting on Chal?
lenge?Members Quite
Pleased.
London. April 9, "The luck Will all b.
with us this lim?*. The , hall, ncei Is th'
foiir-leav.-d Shamrock, while the Set
York Yacht ? .lub will be d?
Auen i cop for the thirteenth time,
said Charles B. N'lcbiNson, the yacht d
eigner, of i ?..sport. England, to-day. Wich
Drill di sign ii ' i"...t with wKick b1
Thomas Upton lias again Challenged I
the Mue ribbon trophy of ths seas.
Tin.? alii n-'t be Nicholson's brat '''inn?.
ti.in wuii tbe contests for the ?up, hi
yards si Qoapoti harina bseo nssd to dod
ths original Amera a arhen she was und?
repair.
lie sold '" Ti"* A4-",.at..1 l'i,
wish to con.-' t ths uBfortuaats
<i..ii pi.? ailing in il"' i rolled Ktati
i ..n, ,ii'i-.-?i.l ?.f s M -foot yai M. I i -
... ?. i , oui.i build one a lakh won!,!
the Atlantic <'? san safety, but a 75-fc*oter
which under present condltlona la sa largi
snd eNpinsive as ihe H?footer "f tarent)
yean ago, la s boat which prud?
reason dictate
"T h.'l\" tBS Kr?-atest adniilatlofl for thi
and <?!???.entesa of Ann rircao de>
These, .oupi.-.i with ths fati thai
all th?- condltlona an in favor of th<? ?je
i. mler, make the ta a of ? dgg nga ?;
lengtng ?acht on? ol the keenest niter?:?!
and raiimc for every ouocsj of ability 1
maty possess.
"I bops Gardner as well a.?- jlarreessH
will i"? given a chsnee to design the de?
tender. If BO the pi'? llmin'iiy IB
'??? aim"! as IntORSting BS IllS final ? ;;
...tit. -t
"I hale already erected a shed Si I '
Qoonoii nd.- for the chaltaiger and havi
her plan well ander way. I ?
law -h I -r in April. 1911
**I hope *.n case the Ana
turn a to the Britlsb Islea th I tbe r? till
< will be Ihe formation "f I
all intern..ti"!,..! ) seht l - '
i ? . - ' . - -
?
bill*?- b) th, i:. I ?, ..-ht ?!-.l,
In bei. ?ir ..r Sir Thomas* Upton
lia . \" t wording la unkaoa t. ? ??
< otninodol e Pratt and ?? '
yen? rail) un.h t.l thai 11
as the oi ? r.-c Ived on Ma
the yacht Bhamrach IV snd her taagto.
"n the load waterllne is aev? tj
all con-: ? !:iiic n?-?**
l"-!ritr ellmir ?
for the Ne*- York Ya-lit Club to
General ittsf I that
l Mil now pr ?
A member of the club, In ntlna
"ii ths situation, said: '?' ? ?
for hurry In the mi tter, ..nd I
ran state ps ? thai
?>- mk? ti until after th? ? I
l'i.rp.'iit Morgai will
for April ii. Ah? ? m..nth.
mUSl elapse lief,,;. . .
so there is plent;
?
A arell knoa n racing
present ritual I be?
lleve Upton's stand
pri\ 11? ?-? t,, -?hall? ? -?? " ."
M to at feet I . ? ? M
that tl," N'-vv Veil.
meet him wit I. a ; seht "f th
??? al dim? : Bterprets.
tion of tl e deed of gift? ( I ?'
i ? ' ..: ? ; ?- iheuM ? i 'h a
ballt up t" ths limit ?t?is,
j to my mind, antsnal
I "If th??y ??hii'itd eoncl t the
Bgor witii the !: th time
. ill. i wan ?'?*, WS a'?
though then
amaller boat nrrfi ta a rae? saeb
sa h -.- si -i s rU rig I
th?? chances srouM oatui
I the small4 r boat I
fair b proposition a
on.* thai would furnish K">?d I
boats t st would n.?t bs ui 1er the
race, w..ui.i be to let Upton build s bet
up to the limit of ths sevent) als rating
. : taa (?-lass -i l ai -i i ?'?? ? ; ?
Which WOUld ^h?' his boat .ib,. ;t il'M"
feet w.lt.iline. We could build ^-VfTtU <?f
t1 ess?, snd the) a*? a fooH,
i wholesome racing claaa
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