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.giants Romp to Victory Over Robins, 17-10?Yanks Win Close Battle With Senators, 5.3
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Eight Pitchers Arc Used Up
In Polo Grounds Scramble
rlcGrawmeu Score Eleven Runs in'First Inning on
Seven Hit?? and Five l'as?-?."'? ; Causey Slarls \\ ell,
but Is Out Before End of the Fifth Frame
By W. B. I lanna
\ Brooklyn boasl i thai I ha th< besl pitching staff in baseball. It
ay be At any rate it made the besl howing yesterday of tin. season
.c pitchers in one game. No ha ? done that well. This was
r the Polo Ground . where the ;.! got a good line on Robby's pitching
aff because they saw so it, While t.his was going on the
iiants beal the Brooklyns, 17 ;,. 10, pitching staff and all.
' e firsl ? nu ? ne ws - mor? oi ? ?? ?
toric and etl
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Giants three g'.mes out i
? "ni I Bstened tint' ti - .?nd ga> e
. . ? f o i : ' ? ?
the <t ad libituti
? th eleven N'?? Vork run? I
-c ooklyn piti h ng, and
!i ooklyn ?nab lit; to get anybe
Futile p - 'i'i i' game
rticipants in the wild
hrt y were : ree N'ew i'ork nil hoi
?. , | j : -en? Brook '.: 13 M " -"
' ? . ? ers ?. knocked ?
the box, ? ? ? nme waj
? - . ? thai wi rei 'I were not
... on ty ii
Ficiene on t he
Mitchell Fades Quickh
.,. ? Vlitcl tarted it a This
;. steady iefl a dei had i o coi
Lack o? cont rol ''
fflicted most i I ' Mitch?
?a< taken out in the first ini ng, nftei
lie first five men had reached first,
some on walk? and some 01 I ? ?
Si \ men Faced ' lord in te r an?
? ?impede went ?en. \l;'.< and walks
. : more wa Shrivi r I
nning and ;";-' m? i ??- i ?? '< m.
fteen tuen wen? to bat. F ve ?
Mew passes from
pitel ers. Bancroft walked
? and Meusel walked once and was
once. Everything went, including
? -, ? ? base Rawlings,
\ oung, K <? ? ;.. Knyde t and ' ?
made hits, including a single and triple
>y Youi L', and Hauen.?:';. U
. oh ? ai ?? scoi ''el *.?' ' '
Shriver pitched until half way, or
'hereabouts, ?n the second inning and
?,? ? V noel ed out. Heinie Groh put in
' , finishing : ? 5: with a single that
ored t'.??, men. Decatur, a square
chap, pitched to the ?seventh in
? i g and pitched far 'hotter than the
?c. lie made the walloping sulv
aterially. He stepped aside for
., hitter, and ii the a I two in
i y . AI M amau x's ! ool - were rum
pled some, bul i ?' i vercly. The
fi ants were shivering from ov? i ??
nd fr??!i3 cold, the latter accentu?
ated b?, ;. north wind which added to
? ? ? ool of t ne' e\ en ing,
Liant Boxmen Suffer
, - . in brief, was t he history of
the tragic career of the Brooklyn pitch?
ers. The ??Tew Y? rkers had rough go
?-. ? oo. K'-<? Causey w enl i tooth as
or four innings. Tom Griffith,
i in the fourth, alone of all
1 latbush sluggers, reached first
i that 1 ?me.
? ? ?? ? ? ed all nol ions
ol :. iii:t -ont. Causey all at once lost
v introl Thi Robi n? began cavort
? ?; .m the ?,;i'i -? ?'.??;?;. ? themselves.
1 ... ' ?. passed four men and was taken
oui after the down, bul nol oat, Rob
had batted around. Hy Myers
" ide two hits, Schmandt made one and
Heinie Groh pawed at a bounder an?!
f led tu retain ?'.
A f?.-. t?? Wheal was Virgil Barnes'?
to enter 1 ?g league strife, and he
? n ? nth inning.
.Johnston, Griffith, Wheat and Myers
\ ',.,,-..' Bam rofl did a
loose ?i.i Schmandt's grounder and
oi ii| son a ! roll wa - besl ov? ed Rue
' hi -' fly te. Shinni rs made ?I foul
. and ?'. ?th that ; en ki I Brooklyn's
? ? paled to ?u>; hing.
Brookl games al the Polo
' ? ? did not draw any record
crowd, bul each attendance was large.
oi cool weather particularly, and the
:?? j was I he biggest ope n : g
ci 'ewtl the Giants ever had.
I ;?? : hits in two successive days ?
Heime i ?rnlt. Tim latter is in full
swing ar.ii doing much nimble fielding.
He also is doing much ground and
lofty tumbling, and in running out a
hit to first yesterday fell and stood on
V I told, Ralph Shinners gave a good
t of 1 mself against the Dodgers
Hi nabbed everything in the field that
i?? nabbed, by Burns or anybody
Flags were half-masted in respect to
the memory of Captain Anson.
I laude Jonnard pitched a capable
after succeeding V:rgi! Barnes.
?>? ere ii" hitt ?ng and no coring
< (1 r. m.
Well, an ywa>. the ( 'ardina I: a re find
? ?, litl " ? ardei to win, so i i
ihe Giants will catch them some day
the n a agues ran big
? ? terday. M wa n'f good wi at hei for
g< od pil ching,
I "-? blood . or Fveretl S< ol I in the
.' otl Peckinpaugh jousi of diamond
-? I He t?!:,? e ,1 all ai ound Peck on
niff-n?:?' ::?.; defense,
Phillies Hammer Braves*
Pitchers and Win, 11 io 5
PHILADE1 PHIA, Api i l?. Phila
nered four Bost033 pitchers
re ? ? total of : '?' hit and easily took
? 'i ?? tor; of ? e series, 14 to 5,
although Me- Brave - n eked Hubbe !
rtcen hits, the local twirler was
eiTi ? ' ?? ? the pinches.
C.v Williams and Hei ne led the
' ? attack ? ' ? hits ea< h.
Two of VVillii ????' safeties -were homers
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Slilnners Stolen buses K-lc
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.ev Vori Brookl: n, I'irsl
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by I ii .i o- , ; , b> \ Hai nes I b\ .lonna i d
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-ii Cm dini. in 1 off Shi ivei
n si nul .11 l "i uttir, ?? in
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0 in 2 Hit by pit hei Hi Shrivei
1 ?-. I ??? a u i l:.,v lings i Wild
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ft i ..ir Shrlver 2 . ofl
off Cause.? 4 ; ofl V. li.i rnes, .
?3 inning pit. i luse Losing pit? he ?
Mil :? ? ? Han and < >' Da v
Jess f ?aines Leads
(lards ?o ^ irtorv
Over the Pirates
Hold*. Pittsburgh to 3 Hits,
While Males Maee Adams;
Sn-iii* Cinches 3d Straight
ST. LOUIS, April 15. .lack Smith's
with two out in the ninth score?!
Toporcer and gave the Cardinals a
.'. I" 2 victory ever Pittsburgh to-day.
;? was the third straight victory for
Jess Haines allowed only three hits,
i while his mates pounded Habe Adams
for 3 hirtcen.
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when winning run scored,
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Two base hit? i a rey, McIIenry, Four
rirlmn Stock, Hornsby.
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? bas ' Pittsburgh 1 : St.
a.i. halls i Iff Ham. ?
Ry Adams. 2 Umpires?Mo
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Reds Turn Tables on
(ji?)s and Win 8 to 5
CINCINNATI. \pril 15.- Turning the
to day after two defeats, the
I Reds ?usity won from the Chicago Na?
tionals - to ". Chicago tried four
pitchers. Cheeves was retired during
the lii-t yining and Freeman was
i driven out in the third, heir!"* followed
, in the box by K?'ri-, and OsDorn, but all
wi re wild. Donohue, for tlie Reds, was
ard 1 pv ar.ls the last.
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The Days of Real Sport : : : : : : : : : : : ?y briggs
?b < -
The Exile o? Rttlli
38 Days" Suspension: I Gone
?34 (o (;<>
T h e Behemoth
of Runt enjoyed
a tight tcork-oiit
at Amer i e a n
League Par /.-.
yesterday. h i s
fourth day of
e x i / e. In the
he continued his
career as a mer?
chant prince by
ing Easier head
sear to the whole
Washington team. "Itere, take 'em."
said the Babe. "I knitted them my
I Chicago Will Pay
Final Tribute lo
'Cap' Anson To-clav
CHICAGO, April 17, (By The Associ?
ated Press'..- Chicago to-morrow will
pay its final tribute to Adrian (.'. An
, son, revered hero of baseball for half a
century, when public funeral services
? for the honored sportsman will be held
?it a downtown funeral chapel, with the
most prominent men of the city, the
Chicago and Detroit American League
baseball teams and various leaders in
the spul t world attending.
Arrangements for the public service
were completed to-day by Kencsaw M.
Landis, baseball commissioner, and
members of the family of the famous
', old ball player, who died in St. Luke's
| Hospital yesterday after a week's ill
Burial will be ?private in Uakwoods
Cemetery on Monday, which would have
been Mr. Anson's seventieth birthday
' had he lived.
Charles A. Comiskey, owner of the
present Chicago Americans and years
; ago Captain Alison's rival as a manager
and leader, paid this final tribute:
"He was the greatest batter that ever
walked up to hit at a baseball thrown
by a pitcher. I have seen them all.
from his day to this. 1 played against
him and know. lie was a fine, big,
honorable man. on and off the baseball
lieii^. He was an all-around sportsman,
a great bowler, a fine billiardist, a
, competent golfer and a great man at
' the traps. lie excelled at more
! branches of sporl Mian any other man
I ever knew in baseball.
"Arisen was a? tine a man as I ever
knew. Only the other day he visited
me. looking well. He was one of 3he
men who made baseball the national
pastime, and his death grieves all of us
who knew him."
Requests thtft they act as honorary
pail bearers at the funeral services for
"Pop" Anson were senl to-day to many
leaders of baseball. The )i<t follows:
l\. M. Tandis. Baseball commissioner.'
P.. B. Johnson, president of the Amer?
John Heydler, president of the Na?
John K. Tenor, former president of
the Nu; ional I eague.
Wi ?am Sunday, evangelisl and for?
mer teammate of Mr. Anson.
Fred Pfeffer, second baseman of Mr.
Anson's championship teams.
Presidents of each club in the Na?
tional and American, leagues.
YESTERDAY'S RESil'l TS
?ork. 17: Brooklyn, JO.
Philadelphia, II; Boston, ?'?.
Bt. Louis, .'i ; Pitt*.hurt-h. 2.
< inrinnati, 8; Chicago. ?'!.
1 GSTERDAY'S RESULTS
Y'??rK, ."i : Washington, .'!.
leveland, 11 : Detroit. 1.
St. Louis, It; Chicago, 0.
Philadelphia?Boston ( ra
New li or?.
F.moUii n ? I-1 .;
Boston ?I- 1-I 3
Pittsburgh n- o .;
(.ami ? lost, i: i i i : :i .; :: ? ?
Boston al New York (3 p. m.i.
Philadelphia at Brooklyn (3 p. i
Pittsburgh at <"in<-innati.
Chicago al St. Louis.
pUauaa? 4*iu& ?uaa4 mUt ?w?.?. -*~
-I??.--- 81 3 hi
??;? !? 0 3
??nines losj 0 0 II 2
Philadelphia at Washington.
l)ctr?iit at Chicago.
St. Ivouis at Cleveland.
Other team* not scheduled.
Rrooklvp i a, rbilaflclnhia to-dar. .1 p. m.
Playing ?Both Ends
I litu't thought when nicies were gray,
And the winter wind shrieked shrilly,
When darle shadows blurred ihr day
And the atmosphere was chilly,
"Days like this ore dull stagnation,
Profitless?my efforts show it,"
Locking a?;/ -inspiration
For the earnest, daily,poet,
I had thought on such occasions,
''This can be no time for labor,"
So I lit upon evasions,
Or I dropjicd in on ft neighbor;
But when sunshine intersperses
Golden glint with asure in it,
Then I'd rattle off the verses
At a mile or more a minute.
? ACT I!
Seven dags the sun's beer sinning.
Seven dags the ska's bent, bine-;
Seven dags I've felt the pining
For tin old-time follow through;
Seven dags of springlike feather.
As I unshod for?well I know it
With the bloom upon the heather,
I aspiration for the poet.
Yet with feet upon the table,
Idly puffing at my cob,
I hare never yet been able
To get busy on the job;
And / murmur: "In this summer
Brand of ?leather there, alus! is
Little chance io be a hum mer,
So I'll irait until it passes.
"1 will wait till skies me gray,
And the winter winds shriek shrilly;
When dork shadows blur the dag
And the atmosphere is chilly;
Dags like this are dull stagnation,
Profitless, my efforts show it.
Bringing too much perspiration
For the earnest daily ?met."
"Two new additions," reports an exchange, "migh
lift the Athletics from hist place to the tup of th
ladder." TNT and nitroglycerine?
Dear Sir: Please answer mo this: Over here ou
athletes are pul upon the strictest form of training
In England their runners are allowed to smoke, drin
beer and ale and eat about what they want. Yet Kn?.
land seems to be well beypnd us in most of the distanc
runs that call for stamina and endurance. Why is
that we still persist in over-training? 1 know an atl
lete should lead a clean, wholesome sort of life. Bi
to change one's mode of living too much and 'hen stic
only to the strictest form? is sure to lead to earl
staleness. R. p. h.
Under his form of training the Englishmen isn't ;
likely to go stale as the American is. There, can be tc
strict a program, just us there can be too lax a syster
Staleness, mental and physical, ha? affected more ath?
letes than any other single trouble.
This doesn't apply to track work alone. It has
affected both golf and tennis stars on numerous oc?
casions and has cracked the ambition ?f more than one
major league ball club. The edge never lasts long in
any sport. And there is always a keen desire to get
; ready in a hurry.
Are Pitching Arms Slumping?
Only a few years ago it was no great, trick for a
star pitcher to win thirty or thirty-five games. Walsh
won fifty-five one season; Jack Chesbro won forty-three.
?Ylathcwson got above thirty-five more than once. Alex
? ander turned in thirty or more three years, in sue
But conditions have changed. Carl Mays now
: combines as much stamina and skill as any pitcher
He has been the main game winner of both leagues.
Vet Mays won only twenty-six games in 1920 and twen?
ty-seven games in 1921.
Urban Shocker, another star with a hard-hitting
club hack of him, \v033 twenty-seven. Only three or
four climbed as high as twenty-five, and there were not
so many able to win more than twenty.
It would seem no great, trick for a star pitcher with
a winning club to pack away thirty or 3iiore victories.
\ et it, fakes a Mays or a Shocker now to struggle as
high as twenty-seven games, where other leading slab
men are struggling to climb ovt'v the twenty mark.
Even Bill Tilden!
The champion rears himself on rock-fast toes.
His supple back coiled like a steel spring, tense,
Avid to snap. Gasping, th' onlookers sense
Absolute power in this quiescent pose.
Relentless certainty. (The "sitter" rose,
Fluttering low.) There's really vn ??spense.
Now watch him swipe it over the back fence!
"He couldn't miss it." a stnall urchin croies.
Dynamic is the shoe!: of the onset,
Of arm and racket in one titan sweep;
Th' opponent's scurrying legs from danger leap?
,\o standing pat on perilous etiquette!
Crack! Crack! Th' ab'-castle tumbles in a heap;
For, lo! he's plumped the bail into the net.
STANLEY K. WILSON.
"When it comes to play among leading golfers,"
says Alex .Smith, "it is all a matter of timing. One
day this timing works without a flaw. The next day
or the next week may find it gone for a round or two.
and when that happens there is little to be dono about
it. All the skill in Hie world won't help to any great
extent. This explains why you'll see Hagen, Barnes
or Hutchison out in front at one tournament and far
back in the next. For when your timing jg off, the
harder you try the worse you are likely to be.'
The same, reason accounts largely for batting
slumps in baseball. Ty Cobb hasn't forgotten the
period yet when he went to bat twenty-six times with?
out getting a hit. For this mysterious ingredient plays
no favorites when it decides to break up the party and
wreck the team play of nerve, brain and muscle.
Wesleyan Nine Will Play
Three "Letter Games"
MIDDLETOWN, Conn.. April 16.
Wesleyan University baseball manage
ment ha.? named seven scheduled frames
to be known as the "ietier games," ex?
planation of the term being that games
with o'.d rivals, which are expected to
be hotly contested, must be partici?
pated in to give a player one of the
This method of awarding letters has
been followed hy the Wesleyan Ath?
letic Association for several years, anc
tends to hold the number of award!
each season down to about a dozen
Al present there ar? but two basebal
letter men in 'he college, Captaii
Fricke. '24, and Stewart, '22. The "lei
ter games" are those with Dartmouth
Williams and Amherst, both at homi
and away, and th? ?ram" with Browi
Homo Run Hitters
In Games Yesterday
' Season *
Fred William?, Phillies, 2
Boeckel, Braves. I I
MoManus, Browns. I 1
Lllerbe, Browns. I 1
TOTA l, TO DATE
National league. I'*
American League . 35
TOTAL ir> DATE LAST VKAK
American League. II?
National League. 8
HOME Kl VS lO'.'l
American League. 177
National League I HO
Total. o;r, I
Leopold and Seaman lo
Box Here on Tuesday
Two sets of twelve-round bouts that
| will bring together bantamweights ami
j lightweights will be the feature at the
Star Sporting Club of Harlem next
Tuesday night. In one of these bouts
Joe Leopold, the Denver lightweight
Will meet. Sol Seaman, the Harlem
' _ In the other twelve-round set-to
; Frankie Genaro, winner of the last
Olympic world's flyweight champion
snip at Antwerp, and Manny Wexler
.former A. A. U. national champion!
I will be seen. In this contest, both box?
ers toe the mark with clean slates
Genaro has yet to be defeated, and
VNexIcr since he entered the profes
' s'onal ranks has wan every event of
I the nineteen contests that he has nar
?Scott's Triple, Scoring Two
In Ninth, Wins (or Huemm
Waite Hoyt and Tom Phillips Engage in Tight
Twirling Duel Alter Erickson (iocs Out? V
York Hurler Turns Ten Back on Strike?
By John Kieran
WASHINGTON, April 15. With Wait?? ii ?' in the box, th? Yank
galloped off with the deciding game of the Geri? . . he Senators h
to-day, win ii in<.: oui in the nin h ?ni ing by meai i of a healthy two-m*
rally that gave them the mtest, - I > '?'?. The Brool r]?I , .
istered ten atrike-outa, yielded ?even h ro h ernoon p?
anee, with no two of the safe blows in the san -. Scott'a -
with two on bases in the ninth, et1 ed the game.
Won in Ninth
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pitf li.-.- By II"' ' (Harris) '?? ? ? ;
-Krickson. Hoyt, Ph I ps
? ?wens nn<! Chll i m? ol san ?? 7 "??
Indians Hit Hani
And Defeat Tigers
Bv Score of 11 to 4
Melnnis Features al Bat and
in the Field: Bagbv Holds
Safeties Well Scattered
CLEVELAND, April 15.?Cleveland
hammered Holling and Stoner for four- ?
teen hits here to-day and defeated De- j
troit, 11 to 4, in the final game of the j
series. Bagby gave eleven hits, but
kept them well scattered. Th" hitting
and fielding of McGinnis featured the
CLEVELAND i I. DETROIT ?. I
all r hi? ?H
lam'on I: 4 2 ' ' " ' I -?" '? 4 1 ? ? 1 '
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?Speaker ' 4 . i f' 0 Vea .
M'Innis! lb 4 0 3 3 0 0 UeiJ' I
Powell ss 2 111 ?O ?'??' t*. ' : '.
! Gar'ncr. 3b 5 0 : 3 40 Flaes'sil, ?'
Wood rf '? ; 0 i? o o ?Coliardl '" ?? ' M '
I NuDJi'er o 2 3 0 6 10 R - tn? ? ?
? Bagb; P 4 0 10 '.' ? Ba-v-'nr. c. 2 0 I
Vfanlon 2 0 '. 2 0 I
|| ,..?f:g, p.. 1 el 0 0 0?
Stocer. p... B ? 0 3 2 3
ToUls . 33 3: 14 27 ?0 0 Totals. ? ? 37 4 11 24 S
Cleveland. 2 4 1 1 n : "1 x?11
Detroit.. '-? 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 3?4
Two-base hits Jamieson, Gardner, Riff
ney, Speaker, Manion. Three-base hits
Ja'mieson, Heilmann. Stolen bases?Spe ..?? r
Wambsganss. Sacrifices- Sew?? (2)
sm. Mr.Innis. Left on bas?e !???? '
Clev land, 7. Base s on ball ? Ofl
I; oil Stoner, ! : off Bagby, t. Struck out
| By Stoner 3. ley Bagby. 5 Hits- Off
?Holling, S ?n : Innings off Stoner. r, In ?'?
Hit by pitch"??By Holling (W<.
i piteh ? Stoner. Lnsini pitcher
i Umpires -Na'lin, Evan i and Dinneen. Time
i of game:?'7 :00.
I Browns Blank White Sox
With 3 Hits 14 to 0
CHICAGO, April 15.- Stt Louis shut
I out Chicago, 14 to 0, in a batting hoe,
; and made a clean sweep of the series.
The visitors pounded the local twirlers
I for 21 hits, which included home runs
i by Ellorhe and Mc.Manus.
Vangilder pitched in fino form and
: held the locals to three safeties.
! ST. I.Ot IS (A. T.. ? CHICA?;?! ,.\ ;,
at? - h pa ,i i? .-:.?? i h iv> a c
| Tobin, rf.. 4 ! ! : 0 3 (Johnson, <??-. 40 1 ! 3 0
Y rbc l> .. I 2 0 30 M'Clellan. b 2 0 0 2 3 0
Sisler ".'.?. e; o ^ g : r, ,.. -, > , _ ? ,, 4 . ,,
Wlll'ms. 17 ", 1 :: 2 0 01 Hooper, rf.. 3 00 4 13
1 .Tapoh'n, e?f 7 '.' ! :' n 0?Strunk, cf. . 3 0 " 0 "
Se>Tf?reid. o "' 2 2 ."? 3 0 Talk. .: .".nu : on
G?rber. ?s... 4 1 2 7, 4 0 Slieeiv ib.. 30 i 0 3 0
M'SIa's, ?::? 5 2 S 3 2 0 s. ?i..7;. c . 20 0 2 00
V.Gilder. i> I 1 :: 0 2 OiAcosla. p... ont? ?> : <?
?Davenport, p 10 0 0 10
Wiik'son p non o on
RUSSe I. P.. " '? 0 i 'e '1
, *li!lt)?.>? _ 1 ?I 'J II ? (1
Robertson, p 0 (i n i? j n
?Yaryan. c... 2 0 1 0 3 0
ToU?s. 43 M 2! 27 15 il Totals. . . 2S0 327 18 1
*Hnt;??d for Itussell lu third inning.
I St. I.ouis. !Dfi 123 0 n 1?1 ?
Chicago. o 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 0 '
Two-base hits- Sister, Williams. Gerber,
Van ?7'ilelor. lion:? runs?Ellerbe, McManus
Sacrifices ? McCletlan, Ellerbe, lacobson.
Van Gilder, Tobin. 1 >'?tit?;?? plays?Sisler,
Gerber um! Sisler: Johnson, Collins and
Sheely. I --?ft on bases?St. Louis, 7. Chi
| cago. 4. Brnos on bails?Off Wilkinson I;
ofC Van Gilder, i: .,(T Acosta, 3: ?>fr Daven?
port, 1. Sftuek ?.ut -By Van Gil le
Hits Oft Wilkinson, ? ;:i 2 1-3 innings off
| Hubert son. 6 in 2; off Davenport, 2 in 3; off
Russell, ! in 2-3; off Acosta, 4 in '. Hit
bv pitcher- Bj \ an Gilder ? .M I ??:: ln ,
Nosing pitcher? Wilkinson Umpires ?
liildobrand and Moriarty. Time of game?
Sultiier, Star Syracuse
Runner, Out for Season
SYRACUSE, April 1.5. Melvin Sut
tner, of Bufl'alo, Syracuse University
runner and member of the champion
Orange one-mile relay team, has been
forced to give Up running for the
present year at least. Physicians have
advised Suttncr that further track
participation at the present time may
permanently injure his health.
^ Suttner's loss is a severe blow to
Syracuse, coming as it does two weeks
before the University of Pennsylvania
Kramer and A. Spencer
Jn Team Race To-day
To-day will mark the opening of the
bicycle season at the Velodrome over
m Newark.. Frank Kramer the Ameri?
can champion, and Arthur Spencer will
ride a one-mil.? team match against
Raymond Eaton and Orlando Piani.
I he race will be decided in one-mile
heats, the best two out of three.
There will also be a one-mile handi?
cap, five-mile open and miss and out
invitation race for the professionals,
while the amateurs will have a two
mile open, a half-mile handicar? and a
one-mi le novice.
ligera Beaten at lacrosse
BALTIMORE, April 16.?In a contest
hard tought from start to finish Mount
Washington defeated Princeton at la?
crosse here to-day by a score of 7 to 4.
Nashville, 6; Birmingham. 0
New- Orleans, II; Mobile. 5
Memphis, 3; iittlc Rock, ?J.
Chattanooga, 8; Atlanta'. ."..
Minneapolis, t?: Louisville .r?
Indianapolis, 10; St. Paul. 5.
Columbus, 4; Milwaukee, 3.
?olcdo, i; Eausas City, ?J.
Eri< '? ? ib tri
, ., e 01
two tall ? z t
Other rt:n -Jy.-- -nr^ttttttttttttttttttttttU
Clark Griffith from Aiexan
way - truck g rdei
>ther ru '
Heinmi : ?
w i o prod . majo
H :" raises c?bb?L.
in spring went H
lion was r?rriejtt& and his r
? , ? p | ?
Messrs. : :
Yanks collected :
four Prom En -
safe blows were . ,? th ''
of greate it
Yankees Start Well
"'' ' " r:cl "*: w:'^ greeted b?
was up to 1
aloi g, bul . .
ml eld and
Oil e ( ;.
of three and two a
line single to rig I
morc gamecock trotted in
? - ce fiv.
Waite Hi ?
wild .-. d
Judge at ci ?
rig-hi ' '
throw to ii
baseman a I ?
Sam Rice died n
serie?, and I
down the righi I - i ley, tiek :
tearing acn .....
3he i.-; ' ? ? the
in his clutc
Karr. ' ..'
oi ? i ii
of the reca Milai
iVew York 1
tion in whicl
and came home
complica*..-?! lilting f
wild .-'?;- t
field '-3:* -
son. tl - ' ""? '"
Phillip?, a ]
the p ti. '?
Senators Tie Score
The ? ' "
in the ?
to R - ?' *V.
and rexp.s 1
broug. ? '
the Sei ?
possession of - ?' . . ..
The ':??'. ? ?
this was'r rent on I
3 iie Nationa or t ; UPY
tight as sur>' vault in I ' - t
ii.nine:. H irr - - Mil? icC*?TM
donation n balls ai
sacrificed him neatly
lion. Hovt ui
let th.* run '
tally that I
drifted acr ?
gled to center.
In th- ' '? 1,m*;,i
was bri ??
hits were gleaned f
the fourth ii i
temporarv ' '>" ,b3 Y".
that fac? i him weni
the third to the i "?S- ??^L
record fo a -
strong? r ?:- the
struck i it
Just when it seemed
between the hurlers would *??'<
good folk . :' Wa ling
through 3he early part >i the m*?
Hugmen fell on the Vt
like a toil o ' '. ,';: \*': f-'P:
on success ? ':- ll-j.?
and Erin Ward and ?? * ;''??,.,
garden. Th * was
daily. ,, e.t\
as ,i pin
but he fell i
Brooklvn ? outh
t.? r ght. b it after Peck ??'' '?-f^,-,
he was forced at second by '^ \t t
for the final out of the i
bounder to Deacon Scott i
Commy Still in Activ?
Charge of White ft*
CHICAGO. ? ir ? I
about 3 he expect
Charles A. I om
Chicago White Sox. ave w*"^?.
from time to 3 n
The statement o . --'; ?L,*'
"Commy is not 3 he same old hTti.-<i
that he is slipping pnys ^:>.;'"<0-.'
he is trusting the affairs of t?1* ?,.,
his lieutenants. J. Louis Comia^j,
son. and Harry M. Grabmer. **"
of the club. . .i;,,p'?
The senior Comiskey is n*t^
into oblivion, however, his ba?"? ,<.
tivities indicate, and his ???"*. ft?
about as good as it ever i? . ?
White Sox magnate ha; '?tin'?'U^'
background of public life *ow ?
hut so far as governing 3 e ??? .,
?vs word -l
is ce ne er tu
L?higfa Win? al b****^
SWARTHMORE !' ???? '['\^r-^
I | ' M Si'.v's ' '"' ie ' YcU***
day defeated the SwarthmoW ?
team, 4 to ?.