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Rejoice Now and Be Glad, Oh Ye
Far\s of Baseball?Today's the Day!
Yale Makes Giants
Work Hard to Score
Blue Nine Plays So Well
That One Run Is the
Margin of Defeat.
HARD HITTERS NO
TERROR TO PIE WAY
Holds New York Men to Five
Hits in Seven Innings and
Shows Rare Skill in Box.
By HKYWOOD RROCN.
?ays that the coller??*?
Iravt? reverence out of their curricula,
whleh . ?in why Yule tore at
the* Giants yesterday as If the profc?
sionals had bc?-n .-o mariy Harvard
The students of Johnny Mr ft raw pre
over Artie* Hadley'a pupil?, but
w as only 2 to 1
le has played against
h Carter d
?bo b .- "ii the ilitn
dav? to the Polo
The clo.-ene?s of the contest need
not alarm local rooters unnecessarily,
for M craw's freshman team won
from Vale's substitutes by f* to 0.
Yale hit Foil Perritt not very hard
and Hili Ritter hardly at all, but Pie
Way was just as effective In curtailing
the activities of the Giants, allowing
only five hits. Way wa* rot in the
least friphtened when facing hitters
such as Poyle. Merkle, Rurris. Snod
pTass. Fletcher and Meyers. Kven the
forbidding figure of Jim Thorpe failed
to terrify, but then ho wa? probably
ipnorant o* Jim's record as a pie raid?
er. Just the ?R"ie Jim pot ot.lv cr';?t.
Yale'i .- was not concentrat?
ed entirely in the box. Captain Mi?i
?llebrook, the centre voider, made two
es in deep territory.
Merkle and Thorpe suffered thereby.
The Gian?? BOored twice in the first in
Snodgr&aa walked and came
on Larry Poyle'*- triple to right
I.oSert lined to Lepore, and when
Fletcher hit to Way Poyle was run
??own between third and home. Fletcher
reached second during: the progress of
?he p!;iv and vcorea-l easily enouph
when Fred Merkle doubled.
In the fourth Yale had a fine oppor
? core. It was in this
- thai (1 o r< ?"' cc men mad o I
- ? e.nd or.ly run. and they mipht,
"ior" if Poll Perritt
bad not harrlcnod bis heart and ac?
celerated I R Poll vv :,
three time? in succession. I,e
pore doubled and Faston ran for b;rn.
Rellly'l ?n1 Karton to third.
and when Yauphn heat out an infield
tap he ?cored and Reilly reached sec?
ond. Bush moved the runners up with
a sacrifice, which was handled by Mer?
kle an?! Povle.
Py this "r:e Perritt had begun to,
feel a profound respect for hipher
education. He ben? th? ball now and,
found these crooked lines to be a surer
und shorter route to a piven point in
the ca.tcher'i m ft than his previous
,t segments had been. Hunter
?truck out, and Way also swung in
Much may a man pather at college,
but ev?-n ?it the big universities the
atudenti leem to learn hrw to
> 11 cum '. I: tter, using tremendous
1 rulty in dispos?
ing of his opponents in the last three
Innings. He -truck out six men.
As ?..on m th? rtTst pame ?nded the
second team of <:'H!i's took th?? t.eld.
This ? . which won seventeen I
pames and loc? oily one while barn- '
i-tormlvip n h '-Harvard" Ed- ^
captain of the young
tliants. went to his position loudly
whistling "Up the Street" or some
other unneutral ditty of his aima rni
ti-r. "1 always did hate a Ynle rrn-.n,"
he said. "I.? t'a gel ?fter them."
Way had don? a d?y'? work by this
time nn.i there were seYeral other1
chanpes in th? Yale combination whicb
? e not for the best. More
1 nta nre probably
playing better baeeball npht now than
Wtlah, the Yale pitcher, was not hit
hard, but he waa an uncertain fielder,
and his support wa? wabbly. Stroud
and Palmei I 'ilepians no !
very stubborn foemen. Stroud fanned
rs in four inning? and Pal?
mero struck out six in three In the
sixth fanned the siri
eleven pitched balls.
Rhrt:. tl??? Yale third baseman, wore
bip rimmed spectacles at the bat and
in the field. Pobi bly they helped him
to see the bull ?hon? by.
?'oorp?1 Burns played his first full
pame since I i? injury and favored his
injured le?! only a httle.
The ?core? follow:
- " ?Irhfoa?
' M >.?r* h f 4SI 11'.
? 1 0 1 n
! 8 .' :
I "? . a .? l i .10
: ' o 0 10 0 0
M.i?'. < ten 1 ' J*
v 1 3 n
? :? ? .010000
. ? ' Total?
? ! egj-e "n Uie foil??- I a
? e e l ? ? ? ? s?i
tl l>*? '?.??
r, \mi> i" t>\ <
BropklT- at Net? 1 orW.
riilha.leliilili? Hi 11..?Ion
l'il(?!.nr.li ?I 4 Inrlnnsll.
st. Inula at 4 hi? at?.
New Torti at 1Va?hlngton.
II.?ton at I'lillH.leiiihlt?
4 tili'.iajn at M. lout?.
i I?..I,....I at nefr??lt.
OAMm to -pay.
Newark at Itrookltn.
-1 I ...n? m Knnsa? ritt.
I'll ? ?.UurcOi nl I hliagfl
ll.ifTnl?. ?t IliilllmnTe.
RFXIT? OK (?Will *, I ?TI.KI> W.
ItiifTalo. .?>; It,....1,1 ?ii 4.
Ncvtark, I!; Ilultiinore, I.
*?I I , hi? 1 ; h iii-ii? City. 0.
I hi, :??-... 'i; ritt?l.nrgh, S.
FKIOFRtl I K\l.l I Hi IMUVd.
w i p.i w.i.i'.r.
Newark. 3 0 I Will Kan?. Mtv. .' : .60?
Chit-ago. S '? i . Buffalo. I '.' .?S3
Brooklyn. ! I .61. l-liuliiirgli. I
si i mil? i i ,600 Baltimore o 3 .two
BOWS TO WEINERT
Newark Heavyweight Wins on
Points in Dull Bout at the
Charley, Young Weinert. of Newer?,
one of the half dozen young men who
believe they are fated to stretch Jess
Willard on the canvas for the count of
itpointed (.unboat Smith, of Cal?
ifornia, in the main bout at the Rroad
vvay Sporting t'lub. of Brooklyn, last
Smith weighed 180 pounds and
bout was a tedious affair to
watch after the fifth round. When the
bell signalled the end of the bout the
sound was sweeter music to the ears
of the Newark man than to (?unboat,
who was jurt bepinninp to show sipns
oi : f?.
Smith had the honors in the third,
fourth and sixth rounds, with the s?-c
rn, and the others with Wcinert !
?bowing better on clean punching.
The hope of Newark showed no signs '
of a nunch and the Gunner, while ?
everybody knew he had such an article .
hidden somewhere about hi? bony
frame, refused to brinp it forth.
Weinert started on the aggressive, .
getting to Smith's jaw and nose with
a snappy left. Buckley's man did not ??
mind these taps and kept crawling in
for more. In the fourth he caught hi?. ;
man with a wicked left to the body
and sent him down.
?n the preliminaries, Young Wolgast
battered Young Terry for ten rounds,
and Prankia Daly had a shade on
Young Lundy in six fizzling rounds.
SOUTHERN SEASON OPENS''
Half-Holiday Declared in Four
Cities?Parade at Memphis.
Atlanta, April 18. Perfect baseball
weather attended the opening of the
era Association's 1915 season..
The day was an official half holiday in '
the four cities where opening games
At Memphis city officials and busi?
ness men, headed by a band, paraded
through the dow-ntown district before
Governor Rye pitched the first ball
in the pame at Nashville.
The r'-sults were as follows:
Atlanta, 4, Mobile. 1; Memphis, ft.
Little Rock, 1; Nashville, 8, <"hat?a
nooga, f>; New Orleans, 7; Birming?
in Generous Mood
Chicago, April 13. The Whales de?
feated the Pittsburgh Feds, the first
of the Eastern teams to visit here t^is
season, to-day by a score of <*. to 6.
The winning run was a gift. Flnrk
drew a base on balls, and went to sec?
ond on a wild pitch. On an infield out
h? took third, and scored on a naBsed
MeCennell, who trained with the
Chicago Cubs and who refused to re
port to Kansas City when released to
that club, made his bow as a Federal
Leaguer when he replaced Johnson.
Tn? score by innings follows:
rii:?r<urgh a ? s s 1 i ? t s?s i I
? ? .'?'?-? M ' 01 Mil, VV',:,in and F"!? h
? -.. IjfrUir. Caaantta a- ?. '.<
FordhamPrep Swamp Yonkers
Fordham Prep defeated the Yonkers
High School nine by a score of 11 lo Q
?lay on Fordham Field. Wil
the Maroon pitcher, struck out twelve
men and allowed only one hit.
I' - *??? rn er-ir Yale 1 B'ij-k oil* -By Per
ir !'.!!!- ? bj VV,- Ha??? or. liaj a
,,- pcriitl '. . em vv?,. ; in-, off Parrltl ?
IT Rittet i ' rao I ii Ia?ft
baaea Sew ? . r- vir
. - . - : ooo
Otsnti : i 2 ? i o i -t
Huiler-. W?I?h an.I i k ? Bit* ! ?! VI
Lea , l'a.n ?-o ??! w.
V^OU can fool a wise
* man once, an'
?some men twice,
but thar's mighty
few that'll "bite"
the third time.
VELVET'S Mtfon-wkle popularity
would nerrot harm hern built on "one
time " s.ii>*?. but <-yncc yon ta*ete Ira aye
uifllow?!?' ?tnoothncia, VELVBT U
?mavmya the tobacco for your pipe, lie
tins and be me tsJ-Utreed bags.
This Is April the Fourteenth, 1915
Buffalo Blues Turn On I
The Brooklyn Tip Tops
Score Five Runs to Four for
Their Rivals in a Bit
Over Two Hours
Parting is a sweet sorrow, and the
Buffed? and Tip Tops are fond of ?weet
thing-?. ?That, perhaps, explains why
'.al game of the series between
th?"-e team- wa? drawn ont through tvv.?
hour-? and fifteen minutes while some
lour hundred fan? ?al ?hivering in the
i . Washington Park I
The visitors won, and by a score of
5 to 4. Billy Sunday has ?aid tha*
every cloud would have a rainbow i!'
the hi light, and out of the
gat? araste of minutes came a
?o the fans. The first game of
eries lasted three hours, the sec-,
?.i..I game almost as lung, while yester
.-? materially shorter.
The Buffalo nun came out of the ruck
with a rash, overcame a three-run lead,
? en held the advantage until the
end. Thl ?'? eleventh hour rushes and
? - found little favor with Jim
.'? ?.?? Jacket.
The lug Sliawnee went along in his
taking way, none too steudily, but
apparently ready to guide his team
through the ruffled sea It ?ra? Blui
Jacket's prodigal dispensing of basea
lia that led to Ins removal from
mound. In the eipht innings hu
pitched he was found f<>r eight hits and
issued us many tickets oi leave. The
combination was sufficient to produce
?red result?. Tom Beaton pitched
the last inning for the Tip Tops.
Clyde Fugle, whose major league ex- j
perience was gamed with the New York
Yankee? and later with the Huston Red
Sojc, broke up the (fame. Coming up in
the seventh inning with the bases full,
he drove the ball off the right lleld
for n doulile and sent two run- '
ners scurrying over the plate.
These tallies, it proved, were suffi?
cient to win the Irani-, since they sup
plemented runs ?cored in the fourth
frame on hits by Fngle, Allen and
en, arith a sacrifice fly by Agler
and a pas? to .lack Palton, along with
an additional run scored at the outset
of th? game.
Lefty AI Schult-* pitched with ex?
ceptional skill, and after wabbling in
the third frame, when the home team
ana -ed four runs on one hit, two
errors and three passes, he set them
? ;?: effort Only three
tuts were made off him, but error? by
' hi, team matea placel him in difficulty
several | n
th, -?He Buffalo shortstop, made a
sensational play on Reed in the third
inning that cut down a certain hit and j
runner at first by an eye- |
lash. It was the outstanding defenaiv? '
play of the game.
'I he score follows:
in it-?. la-) BKOOKI.TM
?NrripoR? ahr-i r*o ??>
*.gle.r. cf.. Ill 2 0 r> ?riii'-m ' .
laminen, lh f> 1 a 1
Halten. If. 111 I BO Ka I |
?" aae. lb. ???Il ??, r-vana. rf 111
I, rf. Ill 1 (
111 I 01
h. ?a.. ? ? 0 2 I
. 411 T i .loii?:!
p I 0 0 0 .
i ! .
v k?t. p ? o 0 0 4 o
Hoi. BB.... 1 0 I
?tai? nimm Tot?!?, -si i
?I'.'.'-d fur Herd !r Uta eighth In* -|
Bu"? ? ? ?. I ? 2 ? ? ?
Ij-'r on beam Btoflal? 1"? "irooirm. a Two
? i ? i H ?
!'? ion. Kau? on ?i ? ?.
t? - i . ? ? . ~
a a Sauf! - .lui
l"'--i i a.-? f. s? . ?i? !? .. ?. ..-.. ?
- ? ou- B? Bloe
Hita n" l . ?- ? Il
T Reatan. 1
- a '
O'Reilly May Head Skeeters.
Il wa ? whiapered at the Imperial
I ?i terday that John Olteill
cago Nat.oral League club SCOUt, was
to le the i evv pre ?dent of the Jersey
City club of the International League.
O'Reilly has been scouting arout
ball players for more than a score of
Oltnlrig N?tl?eal League lualai! Ci?-?.?-?? ?.
. ? Orr-.-d?. To .1?, .. ? ]? M ?Ha. ?_? -?
Brook?-o Hash tr ft? lieg Ha- ! '. r M ? M
DARTMOUTH BATS AT WILL
Gets Twenty Hits While Shut?
ting Out Brooklyn College.
The Dartmouth College nine made
twenty ba?e hit* and shut out the
Hrookljm College basebol team in a
one-sided game at Hawthorne Field,
Brooklyn, yesterday, by a icore of 22 to
0. The Brooklyn men were held to one
hit In ?even Inning?., and advanced only
two player! a* far as ?epond base.
Finney and Tracey did the pitching
for Brooklyn, the former being found
for fifteen hit! in five inning!. Kske
lino, Thielscher and Murphy did soma
heary ?tirk work.
The icore follown
i turMiiiTII. I BROOKIaTN COU.
at, r h [.o?? r?t r
a,If 4 1 1 000 I>!lv?an, ?? 1 ') 0 1 S l
i Ine.?h I 1 3 77 1 0 A Turre. , * I fl 4 ?? 0
' ? ' I 0 0 \I i'af'v, :
r.lb ?> 4 I 1
is ! ? ? ?! h. .-f. i no o ft ?
lb. 4 3 1 "O? i Inney, p... : ft 1 0 ? ?
-f 4 . ... I 0 0 0 1 '?
Holmes, pi 1 1 Oft ft Kasa'ah, lb 10011 00
Doyle, p.. I 0 1 no ?..!. rorr* ?,.>, - ft o I 10
?W'an'ker i I 0 00 0 Byrne, rf.., 2 01 77 0 0
Total? i I TO Total? . 77ft ft 1 :i It l
?I4.'?rniater bitted for fIoim?s In fourth,
t'lrlmiutri I 1 I I I **? 0--?1
Tao-bas? bits :<"??, sasathsi Osrrao. ?I rss
i.uv ! ?? Bull h ? i hS 4 >.?r M-nl-n
. Ball "?
? iff Tra.-.-,-. 1 n(! flrmey,
I III' Ott I' ' g?. ?At Tra. .-y,
?** B Ms, 1 In four '
Sai-rifl.? hlti n "-a, Qeakdln? m nr.t |>aa?
is error* n?rtn.h. l l??fi rn It??- Part
I ??-? 1 ?.?:l A. Turro,
i-lm. a m,- I'./ llulm??. 5; bj Doyls, I: b? Pinne?.
; I.? Tra/m 1 441 I ;I- i n-.plm- -
II a4-.it Tim? <?f g?n -
Red Sox End Training Season.
Richmond, Vs.. Anril IS, The Boiton
Roil Sox enrli?d their training; eea?on
here to-dr.v by ?hutting out the Rich?
mond International! ny a pcori of'
E to n.
Tigers Rally from Defeat
by Yankees and Beat
[B| T-Vgnph to "Pi? Tr**"ir.?.l
Trinoton, N. J., April 13. The1
Princeton baseball team, which went
i'ov. n to defeat before the Yankee! yes?
terday, recovered from its stage fright
as it fot back to college ball this
afternoon an?! won from Williams by
a ??ore of ri to 2. Williami made nine
, which figured in three of the
Pouglai, the Princeton first ha?e
man, .?mashed out. another o" hi! tre
raendoua home run dri4-es in the fourth
inning. It was his second in two day?
and the third for the season.
Link, who has developed in'o n
promising Varsity twirler for th?*
Tigers this aeaeon, fanned fourteen of
his opponents and allowed on!
hita, This is a nan itrike-oul record
for Princeton. He pulled out of
eral tight placea, but his own inclina?
tion to wildnen irai generally reapon
?iblc for getting him into trouble.
After Ailing the baiee, with only one
out, in the eighth inning, he tighl
and fanned every man who faced him
until the game ended.
The ?i'nri. followi:
I*RINC*rrroN abr? poae
najik?. If... 110 41 ' ! nft 1
Oil!, lb. 414 100Dai ? ' i 11
r, "">.. 4 01 0 4 ? 4
rf... 4 0 * 1 10 1 SOll
I. lb 421 4 A M
Hoyt, if ? rf. SI
Halmon. c. 1 I ? ?Jl i
Link, D. .. 4 : . ) < ? . p 10 0 0 11
I, i' 3 0 ft ojo
Total? .. 13 ?> 6 27 ft 4 Total* ... SI :
r-'r: ?-^t ......? i i i a a o e i?i
\4'i:ila:r.? ... . .i 10 0 0 10 0 0-j ,
HVlrn baa*?- MlddsO II), I.iplan'? Sa.-Ttfl.a
fl>* vf> RacrlArs i fl
I str-.? . ...,? iw U < rating
-4-- - ' - r. ??n, i riff 4 ?
I l'a-?.- : .r lalmon v? - i ?
1'mplre? Hternbsri ind r'r,.,man
Flynn Turns Defeat Into
Victory in Slashing Bout
Gameness Counts in Ten
Round Contest with
Reich at the Fed?
eral A. C.
Porky Pan Flynn, of Roston, Is Irish. :
That, perhaps, is the reason that he
was on his feet at the end of ten '
rounds of boxing against Al Reich, the
former amateur champion, at the Fed?
eral A. (.'., on th? Bowery, last night.
It was a triumph of the real Irish e-ri',
of cunning and experience over yuuth
I i ?.!, rallied from impending defeat,
fifth round, when one well di?
rected punch might have settle?l the
iaaue; ne wtathi red a s?orm in the I
eighth round, and rose after a clean,)
hard knockdown in the tenth round, ar.d
And he won so decisively that
even Reich's most ardent admirers
were constrained to admit the fact.
A more sensational spell of righting
than thai f ftb round has seldom been
seen. Flynn merely cantered along,
lolting Reich's head with a snappy
left hand that stung and hurt. Al's
Bead flopped back on his shoulder
- ? thout number, almost.
'I i.en . r a right hand smash
that I knees caved and
hi? eves sb.j*. He lugced into a
clinch. The referee hurled him off and
?d started to clear.
Ha kept that left hand flopping into
Al's fa ?-off the rushes and
I himself out of the tight places.
inded a cra.-hing left
and I'.eirh stopped short. Hoth were
groggy, and they ?t.iod there lseing
awav. neither strong enough to land a
telling punch. At the end of the round j
Flynn was the stronger.
The seventh round found h'.m box
ing the former amateur info kinks,
and he continued his lessons with few
interruptions until the last minute of
of the rlnal round, when Al nulled him
with a tight hand upper cut that sent
him sprv.vling to the boards, for a '
short count. The bell Boon clanged an
end to the bout.
COLIN BELL BACK IN U. S.
Johnson's Sparring Partner
Will Box Tom McCarty.
that Jack Johnson's ghost has
been laid to rest, the men* who au
the former champion in his training
are flockini? back to these United
States, anxious to make a living. The
latest o! these to arrive from Cuba is
Colin Hell, who bears the mysterious
' "champion heavyweight of Aus?
Every few month? some second rate
American middleweight goes to Aus?
tralia, beats all Ihe local heavyweights
on the island continent, and then ?kip?
with the heavyweight title. After the
steamer that bears him from the A.US
irely out of sight
of lar I, one of the kangaroo hi
creep? out. of th.- bush and
announces himself as heavyweight
Heil is the nervest of these, and
after tr? ling \ unches with Johnson, he
believc3 ht is reatiy to meet America's
beat He ?rill get a chance to prove
his capabilities on Saturday night at
the St. Nicholas A. C, when he I
Tom afcCai '.'ont.mu heavy?
weight, in the mam bout.
None of the clubs in this city will
hold boots to-night.
Mayor of Newark
Strong for Feds
Mayor Rayrnonrl of Newark lurrnerl a
proclamation yesterday ?iiri-eatin?; that
lni.lne^H house?, whereyer posalhla,
mnke Friday, the opening day of the
Feileriil Iragne ?.ea?on at Harrison.
ii lialf hollila?, Inasmuch as Newark
lino now l.een plaaed on the big league
I lie Minor nUo ?ngge?t? that bu.*1ne*s
and private house, he decorated.
Minor Itmmonil rrullies that a half
hiiliil.ii will prevent many person? re?
porting *'?lrl." anil sure the llTes of
ofll? e Im??' ?-raihliiieth? r. until later In
A reipiest thnt the Mayor Isain? ?
"?-nltiihle proclamai ion" for the opening;
game ?a? made last week by the Com?
mon ? iiiinrll. The M * vor ?ay* In the
paper i hut "ihe people of Newark are
ilt'Hirnii?? i.f showing their appreciation
of the ?elertlon ?if Ne-wurk tut a repre?
sentative ?if a major league."
THE NEWARK FEDS
Pitcher of Terrapins Wins a
Battle on the Mound with
Baltimore, April 13. Thief Bender
made hin how as u Federal League play?
er hern this afternoon, and finished
second best In a pitching duel with
Ceorge Mullin, another former Ameri?
can Leaguer, Baltimore losing the third
straight gHtne to Newark by a .score of
3 to 1. I aporte'*, home run over the
right Pol,I fence ?va? a feature of the
The score follows:
NTIV ' BAM IM< KB.
ntir h po I? ar?r
'": bell, rf 4 o 'i ? no Meyer, rf . 11 o ,? n
McK'ute.lh 401 I 4 0 Ki ?? l> 101 I 10
- toi i i ' i> mean, ct I I I
n. If... S00 1 01
? ia-Ina, lb 4
?s -. Mi! 10 -.'. ..:?* .in . 4 ft i ?: 00
101 1 10 Doo! in, s? 101
10 S o- iwens, e 104
llnhn. <-.. 3 r* 1 1 1 0, Hender, p... 5 ft o 1 10
p '.01111*11. ell .. 000 0 00
| ?Mr. "?!>?*. 1 0 1
i ii? patrl K. 0 0') o fto
Total? . ?? | ? t. i*i i Ttrtaii . B1T n 141
?ll.ii'ed for Owetij in the r.lnth Inn'ng. ?nattavl
the nil 'a innlria!. tRin for It Ml
.Newark 0 1 I * 1 ? 1 ? ?V 1
T??ii ha*? hid bmnnd, rjai'lni. MrKerhnts,
i-ari. 41,-Ter lt.? NeW
? 1 lu ? ?mpriell. l?-r>nr'e Mu.rrn.
? - 1.1
i M || i a;???-?? ' Mclme'i r, K?mnnd to
Lap. r*e to riel ief?r Lift 00 l4.u? N?>??Tl?, I. '
.-- - -? Newark. 1 .ll?:iimnr?. 1. I
,...- op >?a :?"?*' ' "T I',, i. 1st, 4
sink oui Ht MuUll I Berir?er, 5 Umpires
rales ?rd W??teir?e!l. Tlrii? 2 ti.
NO JOHNSON MONEY HERE
Deputy Sheriff Seeks in Vain
to Serve an Attachment.
Jack Johnson'! busines! acumen itill
? he onslaught! of all "white
was demonstrated yesterday
?rl ' 'i ' erIff Mart went to the ]
' ll-iiry H. Frazee, who provided
i ancial linews for the recent
ftght in Havana. wi?h an execution for;
against the former champion.
Frazee told the deputy nhenff that
Johnson had drawn all the money he
war. entitled to before the firs', round
of hi? bout with Wi'lurd, and that
there was nothing in the way of
"dinero" this !ide of the ?"anbbean
belonging to Johnson that could be at
_1h<> execution was iasned by Justice
Newhiirger on a judgment obtained
? the negro in Brooklyn two
Three Straight for Phillies.
Providence. April 11 The Philadel
. National League baseball team
won its third itraight game from the
Providence Internationals here to-day.
The icore wai 10 to 1.
?AHB4LU TO-OAV. Waiillae*?? Par?, Brsakl,-?.
"a run? ?? Nn?ua it lera??. j?)1' JJ xdtl.
But World's Champions
Take Advantage of His
VVildness and Win.
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Boston, Mass., April 13. The world's
champion Braves wound np their pre?
liminary season to-day by defeating
Brown fniversity. The score was ?5
The Providence college men did not
make the professionals hustle so hard
as Harvard did yesterday, although
Harry Pattee'a young pitcher, Cram,
was in tine trim, holding the big
leaguers to four hits and fanning se?en
batters. Cucreham and Crutcher were
in the box for Boston, Brown making
one triple and a scratch single against
| the former and only one hit against the
It was first class batting practice for
th- Brave?, who proclaimed Cram the
best youngster they had faced this
spring. The Brown pitcher's bases on
balls, however, made the Boston's
scattered hits count for their full
value. Joe Connolly was the only mem?
ber of the league team who got more
than one hit. He made a triple and a
Johnny Ever? was back in the line?
up, but Magee remained on the bench
and the chances ari that Gilbert will
play at centre-field in the opening
game against the Phillies to-morrow.
Th? Braves scored in four different
innings. In the flret Evan was passed.
He counted on Connolly's triple, and
Joe tallied on Gilbert's roller to Mur?
ray, who played the ball late to the
plate. In the third Kvers and Connolly
singled. Cram then parsed Gilbert and
Schmidt, forcing in a run.
In the fifth a passed ball allowed
Schmidt to ?core from third and in the
sixth passes to C-tifcher and Moran
with Fvers's sacrifice and Connolly's
flv to left added another to the Braves'
Hrown had only one good chance for
a run. This came in the fifth when
Babhington led off with a triple over
Cilbert's head. Andrews then sent a
short fly to Connolly. MaranviUe hold?
ing Habbington at third while he made
a play to first on Murray. Germail
The score follows:
iififiTON in i.i. nRo*?v*\
Mnran. rf . too i.'i ? Oiinattse, 49f. ?90 no 9
! ??*-?. rv . .' I 10 0 Dike, If. :?? 3 00
Connolly, if r: 1 o o Jor-nston?-.?.? .10 0 ff?
Ollbert. cf.. 'J 0 1 100 fub'trion. Ib 4 . '
:-. lh 110 .10 \ ? :,...?? !h 4 .. i j ? >
Pmiih. 3*i. . "no -too Murray, :rb.. l?l i . ;
Mar'vMU.aa : 00 ??* Hernia!!, rf . 3 ?> 0 3'>0
(10 ?l 0! L>,,nuv?n, c.. 301 6 0 0
ivhaiinc. c ; <v ) -no Cram, p.. .. : o o 0 i i
f'rutchwr, p 0 10 0 10
Total?.24?ir :o: TotsJs .2S0S244?
""tier . _? ? 1 | 1 l ? 9 t 4
Three h*a*a M?a Oannal r. fllblilnitlWO HI???Off
rorrrh?m. 2 ' . a?* : | ?. ,? (T i -e ii?t. 1 In four
Ini.i'i?? ta-ft. nn I.?.?-, I'....-n ?. Hr-jwri. V
item - l>?r?D?IIl?, iui'.!n.!a>n
kahili Rrer?. Ot ??- i ram Btaata on baila
I!? lorrer.arn. .1, t.v irim, !" ?tpja-h OUI 14?
her, s. h? C'rarn. "
?lay?Joh- ? ma a- ! 4.1 i- -?? Fi???*l hall Dona
?an. t mpi;?? VV ,r? ai.l K?:iy T'iu.- J SI.
Sale of Newark Club
Still Hanging Fire
The Newark Indians are still unsold,
but hope was held out at the meeting
of the International League at the Im?
perial. Hotel yesterday *that the sale
would be consummated this afternoon.
Charles H. Kbbets and Stephen Mc
Keever, who hold the controlling stock
in the club, were in consultation the
greater part of the day with Kdward
Harro?.-, president of the league, and
representatives of a syndicate of New?
ark business men which is seeking the
A Busy Day for
Ten games are on the midweek base
ball schedule of the schoolboy teams j
for this afternoon, as follows:
Dl VV.'t f'.in'.in ?. t';. V.!i?nn. ?t Jerwy ?'??
? Ham!.inn I lUtUtat, a! Van ?
'' - ? * ' ten ri. al Mount i
K??n.!?- l'htl.1? ?? Ne.? Re. helle, ?t S ???
i! vi?, jal Tra.' " t ?- ?4 J '. I**? i?.
ar. y??l Towtuend Htm? r> KaUnjaUi ? ?
lia al V'?i ir-.an.H l'ara Ji?a' ? ??
i BUI. ?' Dut? rara Bryant ??
'?I ?I I Iia?a__a. UuabttlU- ?a. A-elfta?. M A?t.yt? '
THAT THEY'LL BE
IN THE RUM
Come to Life and Defeat
Athletics in Final F?x
HUMMEL STRIKES THF
BLOW FOR VICTORY
Whee/er Dell and Smith pju
Well for TherfrTe***, ?..
The 7'rjpr(rh>?: a?? ?,-,..._ ,,
trouble- jn the W??
i wharb ?Urt-ItO -d.v. They,.,?*
terday in their n-rond game S-*
drop a gar* ' '?* thrtaS?
; sheer can-.. ?? fy ?er* T*
than likely to hob up ?jrit-h a tall
! punch JBIt ??. *w. '***
gated to th? <<i3card. "**?
? Mr Sbbeu'e employe, p!tTf.
baseball v-tentav, and gamed rtr?z
on the,?Ithlot 2?Jg
receiTi d the "ne
was 4 tO Z. Two new r 'ch?M, ??"?
person! of ?.'he ?J "*?
the many Srait. i iihih'tlU
i their wares for tl ... '?
? buih, and the.r bows wer? moi? i"
pressive. Uheezer ttnek out 'tir!,
of Connie* iluggers and Smith tiT
Fach twirler yie.ded two h:*j n
: The game marlced the end of til? ?a,
hibition aeaion In Flatbmh, oni I**.T
?bush w.-i glad. The fana out tkr?
undismayed by the in-and-out t\??
ing of their faTorttei. feel ?hi? ,u
the gonfalon ii at stak?, Robb *'?\z
! horta will be on the ;ob. Thi ?jT
perbai ihowed yesterday that thi hosa
of their following ware not m:*p'.i?ai
Utility John Hammel, who v?.
been utilized by Brooklyn in diff?*Z
role* for many, many yean, dehTtN
the blow that lent the Hauten do*-,
to defeat. The blow was dealt in tjta
eighth inning, when the icon wM ,
'tie at 2 ail. It consi?-?! of g itrtta
1 ing line single over the head of '?vu?
.which lent home Schult.?., who hid'??.
Mired a base on balls and sneaked ?**?
way to lecond.
The Athlet * la ?he oatmjm
inning, before \Vhee7er Dell hid really
; lettled down to work. Eddie Muret?
who now play! third, buj will witho?
, doubt resume h;? pu.-,? in the out*?!.
to-day. was ?0 particular about th? of
I tiret in a walk. Oldring dropped snca:
J sacrifice in front of the pitta?, _.?;
Eddie shot to second.
The grsnd old veteran Ujoit ti?
, came to time with a not ?mash that
bore its way through Schalt?, taUring
Murphy. Wheezer deci ied th:? vu
about enough, and after Mclnnn k*J
1 been nailed in an attempted it**?! kt
The Superbas came right back witi
a run in their half. Olli? O^firs ditv
a base on balls, and m.s ?.-eonr! on
Myers's out. Wheat and Scholtx i!m
reeeived gifts, and the-i Utility J?k*i
a out a ?aCT ceetn ;-i:
( brouarht O'Mara hc-os- ? -,. ?-hb?;r. T;i
Brooklyn men took the >ad si I
?fourth as the resu!' ? ? hr fit
same Utility John, ta .'t tad
a slashing ,!rive by 11
Th? Athletic? ?. ?? ! the count in Um
following inning on a two-ba(nr?r br
McAvo) am! a single by the sluffiri*
Eddie Murphy. It rr.ight he well t?
warn the American League fesrai no?
that this man has his having- linpi
t trimmed, and danger is ahead.
The fleldil of the ftna
were furnished by Myers, who ?<*??f?4l
in a line drive from the bat of Oldring
at bia shoe tops; Stengel, ?ho rsn
some hundred yard? * father in si*
'of Lajoic's, and Wheezer Pe'l, Ott
gobbled a hot drive from Wa!?h.
The Athleties, It would tpfSSt, ?fi
short of pitchers, for Harper, who fin?
ished the game of the day before, wti
??vgain called upon *o perform on ta?
mound. The Superbas gathered oh.T
' four hits from hr? delivery, but hi? fin
bases on balls contributed laTgely W
I his downfall.
The score follow?:
SrPKRFIV- ATHI.*"- '?
o a? a --,'?4
rv Mara, ?a 11 ? 1 or ?*> Itl I"
Mv?r?, rf I?? ? 0 ? '? III ???
7 Wh'?, If 109 1 0 0 ?| ' III Ml
, ? ? a *. 4?iii
Stengel, rf 4 0? 2 10 T*rr.p??on. et. 4 00 III
I ."?haw, 2b 4 0 0 ? " ''?],,*
4 )l 111
TV!!, p. 20? 1 09 M .,??'. ?... ?U
?smith, p... Ill 0 0 0 lUrr.'' p. , I ?)*???
, TMals . r. ? ? r. ? is Tb?__b.. ?* ?'?*'?
?Bo?t|._ ha-.tM for OttMu Ir. ate ifta **m?a
-??a . I ?? I ??_!?__
Aih!?..l.? l 0 ? 1 1 ? * ' ?""
Ten hart? ?ft? Vt Ar. ? Sa-lf.-e ?''?>-*J?*?ft;
Tl'i-rr?. Btolat] *B*i_!*T_
. to Humm?' V' - ' ? Baaa? ?a
? ' " " '' _?"_.
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' A;li.*tle?. 4 . - .
MINERS DEFEAT PACKERS
Winners Make Tally in ?Tin
Inning Without a Hit.
Kansas City. Mo.. April U H'nniRfc
the Kansas ( itv pi'ener. was """?<";
to-day, and the St. Lour- P?d? won ??
first game of the ?ene* by a ?cor? ?'
-* t0 ?' ? aV B-.?
St. I.oois tallied one run m th? nn?
? tuning without a hit,
Tti? acore follow?:
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Oalton S-e?nirning School, i* m__^.
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