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THES THE StTi N StJ SUNDAY iDAY iPRIL18 APRIL 18 i909 9 9 1 11
I GIANTS DRUB THE PHILLIES PHILLIESGOOD
GOOD 1VSID IS SI Df PLU AND GOO GoonjlTCHINO GOODJITCHING It ItIlTCBlSO
IlTCBlSO BY MARQirARD 4IdRQI1e4IW1ntwttfl UARQrrARDrnlJutm
1 nneatcn n no IIntoflTake ton TaKe a name From the theBrooklyn therookll1 theflrookIifll
Brooklyn and the Cardinal Give Giveulre Olveubl lihetuM
tuM < ulre Another Hiding 1IIdlnCGrlftJth Griffith Reds RedsMln RedIn RedsIti
Mln In I phlll Battle From the Mttsburgn Mttsburgnlh Plttlbur PlttlburTill
lh Till > Hostons generally consigned to the theP thePflhII
P PflhII unil illusion Ii isIon in National Natonal League Ie ue circles circlesnipnil crc9 crc9Rlt clrcleeIflhI
nipnil Rlt 1 1IIIe the unbeaten Inheaten team of that orxnnlra orxnnlraniii orRlnla orRlnlaI
> niii luI I TIAr I liny won on their third straight j yetor yetorIJ elter elterIII nter nterl
III < l IJ mlh ith lh the th ItrooUrns Irooklrns aa opponent olPonentl The Theu TheirLs
u 0111 mk > < u6relooimichfortnoPiilllin were re tooluch tootnuch for or tho 1htIlj hllo aiid aiidrtul Ald AldI nd ndFrill
Frill I rh Itii h tli tr fELt l weekin wek lu third I place placojuit just back baclof baclofIt of ofthe ofth
the It th I nndlnat UK inuitinatk uinatls who beat bp the lltnbiirjs lltnbiirjsnfi IIHsburgR IIHsburgRMia
Mia nfi r an uplilll uphi tlm tm of It I the he four name nameri ame
> ri 11 IjHtwttMi I I 11 the t tti h Culm Culs IIL and ald Cardinal Cardinalriulitl ardlnall ardLna1with
riulitl I with ft 1 t victory vltor for the thl Cardinala Cardinalan CMd11118 CMd11118In
In n rin I I 11 bruk c k wib with itli the tll clmmiuoiis CilUI1iolH on onthen 01 ont
then I I h I nun II field in Ii a pretty prllty uood 1001 Mtartar Mtartarlor tt it arterto artrbr
lor to Manager Ialllr HreMiialmn Irll18hal The II reunite reuniteISc rlul
ISc 1 iirK nrl 4 Philadelphia PhUaclphla I 1Huston Ilo III4ton
Huston lo tnn 3 IlrooKln IrouklI I 1riiHtliinatl Ihwhmat IfiflOiflhlall
riiHtliinatl hwhmat N 1 PtltsburK IUlblr IUlblrSI X XSt ISt
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STANDING AlSO OF Til Till CLUBS CLUBS1C
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in uin 3 0 1 nUOlSt I Iiul 1ouII 2 2 300 300n
n I nn nnli nnnL U 3 I 75O 1 lrokln HrooUlj n I 2 31 31urk 3t1 3t1l 11 11ru
l urk ru rI 2 l M7 IWlltburw Plttsburg I 3 3 3hi 230 230l
l hi un 2 2 50011hlladelphlaO IIlhladelphbO uoi 3 Oft Oftr 01 01H
r H M V ntlK 111 > I L 14 I 4 PHILADELPHIA rILADEIpnl X L I 1Kubc IIlh IliIl
Kubc Ilh liIl Miir Inrqunrd < iinnl Introduced Introduce himself hmlr In a aroininiiiif aolllnlnl aCii1VtflIiflL
roininiiiif olllnlnl manner at the Polo Grounds
yt ittidity tida l nlr liptueen Ipl Ret wpen his pitching andsmart andsmartvoik anl and Imart Imartorl smart smarttrk
voik orl trk generally pnrrlr by b the New York the theIhlie theIllip the1hie
Ihlie Illip were WNI ere benten Iplttn summarily summarl While Whilellipirore Whlf WhlfI WhIIlheprnrp
llipirore I h Iop w wunt isnt lame the New York Y rks were wererNitnh wererllnir wererInIri
rNitnh rllnir the superior team several times tme go goTli 80hr
Tli 1 hr wprefast prp er fast and all excelled pJcele In Inside work workivhilf workthe ork orkhll
ivhilf hll the ililllles 111111 played pla td like a team that thatliad tblt tblthad thatind
had a good ood ways wa S to go 10 before striking Itriklnl Its Itainn I ItsnInHI
inn 101111 nInHI inn stride The visitor vlltorl seemed leeme back baikrinl back1Hrtl ack ackml
1Hrtl rinl in development dlYlloPlpnt at a compared compare to the thep
p w VirKs appeared apPPRtHo to beow blolplrif be IO spirited and andrim andJn andIwil
rim Jn hopeful for the davn daY1 outcome outcomeI outcme outcmeTh
Th I liw he fnnc Ilnc fiincy > nin of 12000 120 paid for Mar MarqiMiil MarOllill MarflhIe4rIl
qiMiil Ollill and Durham Durhnmand and It I wax Wa paid all allrelit al allrclii
relit despite tpplle incredulity nCfIHy on that score scoreii
ii If f vesterda yesterdayM work Is a sample of what whathp whalhp
hp h Ian in average up lo a good goo Investment InvestmentPO
PO far rlr as a the Maniuard Ialilard half hai of the Indlanap Indlanapolt Indlnlap
olt 01 purchase Illrlhle was we a concerned concere The young youngin youngIerforme youngiitcter
in iitcter flier performed Ierforme like Ik I a veteran and had hadcommand badolllald hadconiinand
command olllald of the situation eltuaton all al the time timethere timehl1 timeTlire
there hl1 wa no situation tiuaton to put his nerve to a aM aPNP apseiP
M PNP > eip test for the thl thePhlllies Phillies Pblle only onlyonc once had hadl
l 110 MO n on bases at the same MOe time but there was wasnone wal waln1 wasnil
none n1 of the Ihl wildness wldne1 that thlt he displayed dleplayf In InI 1nIii n nI
I Iii cume cale at the Polo Ground last fall tal and andhe andh
he h t hud speed pee and a troublesome trouble ome drop ball ballMaiuirer b1 bellliiiarer
Maiuirer IIUller McGraw was on the bench benchfor benchror benchfor
for the I he first time tme since Ilne the th season opened openedHP opned opnedHp
HP Ia BS not 10l in uniform Iliform his lame hand being beingMill blnl beingdill
Mill Fiii in bandage bldale and nd causing laulnl him great greatpa grtat grtatIin great1SIti
pa Iin 1SIti m lcflraw 1Clf said he hadnt ulept Ilept over overnvrt overI overtho
nvrt I 110 hours hnll in the last 1lt seventytwo Benlto and his hisf hisrM
f rM > ihnnithe how inwi I the hI strain I rin and ald pain Ills f Ii players playersrinnexer plarer8Oecr playerstinever
rinnexer wcitt we uldo awake and lIvely Ihel In InBellini Ingitinc
Bellini 1111 around the Ihl l haRelmar haes > nsp made Iheir plays playsjro
jro 10 well wellI ell etl etlIt
11 I It ln > dinnt iant besran bllln toning forcni matter In the thePr thefrt thefrt
Pr frt l inning Ilnlm and cut loose with wih a I mixture mixtureof 11 lure lureof
frt
of mi nilr ntely civ executed e < ulce pln plays llerzog Benoi started stnrtedn tlrted tlrtedi
n i ivith Ih H 1 afe lr hunt hunl Doyle Dol bunted blnttd too and andMnorp andllnrl andhinrf
Mnorp llnrl iflin a oil the hall hal to hnabp R nab who tossed tossedii
ii KI I iiiiolaii for n force fOf a play pll of peculiar peculiari PcuHar PcuHarUI
i outriu UI 1 Ilolal ri ct lion 101 oil Notwithstanding SOllhtantlll Not tr I liit and I ug tlin I ho fact factthat faclhal factthat
that three llr rll men ln handled the ball bal it I ws was at atMMond alPI attnid
MMond PI tnid alienri aleld of Herog Hprol but bil mack didnt didntsct dldll dldllON
sct e > n I I hut war and ald called ald Herog 1e01 are nofeMinruv safeI arer
Minruv I ii riV Illlod the t ho tiieks l t ty > tccltlng letlll get ting four fourlull fourhal fourh311
r fled
lull hal iiml on 01 lentieys smash to Maaec Maaecinioe hlree hlreelpliOI lnaeetPrOC
inioe lpliOI stored nlthnunh llholah Mnizee MAlpe mane a aMI I i1I
MI IIrh 1I iv rli thtow home hOlr Olara tiara lilt hl todrant todrantvvlm to Grant Grant1i rant rantt
vvlm t 1i ihipv I Ire Ii rew IlO Den Prl I t IP l oil 011 0111 at II H I the I he plate pla I c Vdouble Vdoublenetil t douhl tiou hl hlt
netil 1 l 10 > Mitrris lrr and Olara Otlara Mara was the next nextmo neun
mo n < Hotli wen CEP afe iif > Murrav llrr zettina zettinaii leUlnl welt inz inztilt
ii 1 > n i mih tilt h a 1 I hook hlide Ihll Ollara nerrlly nerrllyria nerly nerlyrahc1 nerIlda4111ii
ria rahc1 da4111ii lifl for 101 iliud 1111 I nu 01 tlu tl I ltt > throw I to 1 head off offMuririv 01 o oIiiria
Muririv llrli hut hit Dooln 1011 wn 11 vvat Ilafhrll uatuhful < hful and ald nipped nippedhim nlplledhl
him hl Ph ii Micro I lit to hail ha t i Imn ti it rapid ra pid action acllol a Cl Ion for a alli ap aIc
Ic p i il 111 111I
lli l I it Ne c v v ork orl rIt lilt hi Earl Moore 1001 more morefK moreflph moreilihil
fK flph lv UMII 111 theY have hn am 1 other pitcher plch4r no noli soI 0
li I i ajxl rthiit r rt hulI htjr IPlln I I was the father of the IheInti Ih Ihhii thehit I
Inti hit I > M vitih 1 i ii h i ilotililf dOl hi rM and Ind two t wo Hlnitles Hlnitlesiilnir Ilnalel sintelesI
oil liii dotihlp In Ihe second secondinnln secondlijitinc
11 iilnir I lur Ittr iui pidipd l > li dOlhlJ 8eeom
I
innln IIIJn hut hit as I the th next IXI nt t three batters haier made madeonh madE madeonly
only 1 neliiloti IIUlol itnitiitioiH Illal11 hut lit ttts of hits hilh Arthur ArthurVH Art hur hurHt I
< VH H Ht SF t anrlod d on HIP Ile base The T e third thirdunliu thIrdtirilii I
unliu 1111 t 11 iniiiecl IIINI < 01 H l 1001 tour oor decision dcclon by hVClasck Cuasck CuasckHP
HP 811 In s no 0 ilcrf ilorfttl Ierill ill stop 101 hv Knabe of Tenneys Tenneysoutline FenneysiuitIti nneY1
< < outline iuitIti cioiitnlfi IOlldpl Mack I called Doyle Doyleti DoyleMf
ti Mf af < < at lirst Ihe llellitpr I lie lallT hnntlni hunllnl and slldfne slldfnelino ldina
lino 11 tlrsi lrA 111 Tht Ihe ball ba I was IIS in II Branaflelds BranafleldsiMiid Drantfelds Drantfeldsh
iMiid h nl > w hilc hIIHbI Dtovle wan Wil tis in the air airii sirilliara
ii illiara Kara drove to lentre cenlr for three threev Ihle Ihleh
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v h 6 in the fourth inning innlnl and was waset wa wastel
fp et hMl h 11 home on I S hit hi to right by byDfvlln b bl byUeIlii
Dfvlln The Philadelphia Phlidellhla were unfor unforinato unrorII unforitaIC
l inato II ln I In the fifth After Arfr r rwo o had hadh hadretIred
h i > ii retIred Iplled Doolsn wa was passed paisId Doom Pooinlnrl Dooinlnr Doomlined
lined a safety over fIrst frlt for what what would have havebfti havn havehsen
bfti lnr n n Ilwob I tnobasser aft ller If I Doolan had not slipped slippedHUT IIPpd IIPpdAI slippedPir
HUT r turnIng Irnlnl second Icond Dooln meanwhile meanwhilerah rcanwhn
AI rah 1 feakinc 1aklnA it I for the second llond bait bal When WhenIIP WhentP
IIP tP h drrhod there I he saw gl Doolan scrambling scramblingi scramblna
i bltk IRrk ark in the Ihl bases ba So S o Dooln was WI compelled compelledo compled
To o floiihle on his tracks and try Ir to get back backto
10 fllM fllMi Ir
i soon 000 as 18 the I cliasfl I a for Doom began beganDnolan bga beganrrlar
Dnolan took up lp the 1 interrupted thread threadof
of liii journey and went to third thlrd andthen andthenon
on rr > the ore piRie Rut ere he reached the thepoint Ihepoin therout
point proposed to paraphrase Casnlus CasnlusNlarrinard 888Iu8llrIHd asslu assluIsrittard
Nlarrinard llrIHd nnt Hllhp the the ball bal to Meyers 1 ers In time tme to tokM toIim toccl
kM him Iim HIP ball Ial had been handled by byMurray by1rfr byilirray
Murray 1rfr Doile o le Hridwell Irlewel Tenney Mar Mariimnl Mariuisrtl
iimnl 111 and Mevern In the course COUI of the thepUv theril thepley
pUv larriuard Inrquari dropped rrolpec an assist asslli from fromIHIUICV fromI
IHIUICV 1111 I ttiiit hut hit redeemed rerpeld himself hhnseJ with a quick quickpi Qlick QlickrI quick1tklip
pi 1tklip < kiip lp nnd 0111 throw to Ie the plate plateI
Th I HP Piiladpphias Plolarelphlos made lade a run in the theF theII theCotplltti
F MPiith < II on 01 a hit by TItus 1itl an out Olt and two twoiMtirrv tfOhAIO1 twoht
iMtirrv hAIO1 ht ler iTiorH rors one a passed 131sed ball bal which hit hitT
T mpin lolmstone ohnilone Murray llrra tallied talied for the theinns th theI
1111 I inns lit tq in II it th II eighth pllhth on singles inll by b himself himself1mll himself1iiriov
1 1mll 1iiriov > nni > v and ppviin leln The he score sioroToun SloreI scorerIiILICLPIIIA
rIiILICLPIIIA I I fPW agw 10RI wax waxABHPAg
AS ABHPAg ABHPAgCrnth P A E Al R P A P Pr
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rooln 2 1 3 5 t OIrdIas 0 BrIdtc1is4 0 a I IIg IrnoIne
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Toun nlal 21 a 3 Z 24 16 0 01 l Totals 31 31 10 27 7 i IS 1 1ThilMlolphla 1rhilrlphll 1FhttIeiphI
ThilMlolphla rhilrlphll 00000010 0 0 0 0 0 I 1 0 O 11 11r 01 01ork l lNrt
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llin fl Philadelphia PIIIpllhllTII Tltu 1 New Yorkrller Yorkrlleroit Yorkilr
101 Soc oit l Murray llra O Olara Otters llara 1 First base bls on error errorI rrrr rrrrrIIIIhl errorIIiIlsl
I rIIIIhl IIiIlsl lillniMphla ItthtA Left Lf on basesPhiladelphia bltsPhlldlphl bltsPhlldlphlYnr basesPhitadelphlavrk 2 2Vnrk
Vnrk 7 Kirn Irt has bM on halls hals Off Of Moore 10r 1 1or Ir 1nf
or nf Marquaril I struck out Hy Moore 2 hy hylll
Mnrqiitrtl r lll rl t i Three r base hit hutolra Ollara Two oZ1a lase laseIIcIIn Dane Daneii
hi ii lir IIcIIn Of > iln v Sarritife arrt crin e hit hlIlt Doyle Sscrlllce SacrUc ny Oy1nl I
tnm 1nl Stolen S ha hasefitlOYIe tart cloYlt Doyle Murray MurlY Ollara OllaraI Olara Olarafolhl OilersfoihIr I
I folhl 01 hln ji I 115 Vnrqilard Mlrqlard Doyle and 1n Twinej Wid Widpllh Wild Wildphtih lid lidpin
pin pllh h larqtiard rqllrd Iaiwed Id ball balMr baliMeyers Meyrrs Hit fi by byItrhfr b bI bnlt byTthr
Itrhfr I in l Moore Ievlln Umpires UmpiresJobo UmpiresJoboIn John Johninne
inne jinrt nlt usack rtTIW Time TimeI 1 nliar hour and 45 < i minutes mlnutrsttn I IInl
ttn Inl Uni n f fnsrn < < < > 1n
nsrn n ° Mrox rs t v i s nnooEitx RI00SLTN l lB I IHtTtt
B I HtTtt KTON Tn April Apri n l7LumleYs Iumleys TlmleY8 8up Surbll Superhas Superhasprvet rb a arrniPd
rrniPd a nsy y picking plpklnl for the Doves Dovel tills tillssfTnoon tll this5fIrflroVt
sfTnoon Rrl rnnH imd nd they Ihp had a narrow nlrow escape esrunefrom 4 escapefront Ipe Ipefrom
from hoinit hplnl shut hl out oul Timely Tlmrly hitting hltnl by byI b bthp
i thp HO h IOIMJM loal 05 c CIP CCVA f them th more than enough enoughrii enoiuc enoiucrit nllth
rii 11 n Kin 11 and Ind Maltern Ialtlrn pitched pltche excellent excellentI 4x elenr
I ill Uiv IIPJ111 > iinif eli vlnllors binglea blnlles well wellHtipriil wP1 wP1Ir wellAt
Htipriil Ir At A I tin Ihp outset oltltt things thlnl looked lookedni Inlktd
ni hnm 1 i niti n Brooklyn RroIInt standpoint andplnt Hecauss Hecausslr lecalI
1 I > lr lp1 fleil > d HIP I hI bases without wltbolt 4 man lieln lielnre beifli beifliu <
re 1 u n oil d hv v litue 1 lP of tr two hits a fielders fieldersnrl t4lder t4lderdj
I
dj I ei flr 4td < nrl errors crrl bv Ij 1 Mnttern and Bower Bowern Rwer
n 1111 in 1 I hen h1 ItI Schrlnic drove a liner Injr Into Inlo1d
li 1d i kir r < tint Ili And lrlnl I it perfect 1101 throw thrw doubled doubledi dOlblfd
111 i iii t Hio ih Ip plate Iiimley lmle hit In front fronthf rrnt rrntn
Iup
II n Ui rhi hf I I plate plll end nd w Wi WCi s thrown thrw n out by Boner BonerII Boer1nIIlnit
UiSu Su i nininiitinltr 1nIIlnit teAs i offered olred Brooklyn Brooklynruns tklyn
tel runs rl Hznin tmin until Inll the sixth when Hum Humrn Humniitl
rn niitl < l IIIIT 11p1 iitCIhfi ulurply and nd stole II ole while whie Bebrlnf Bebrlnff
f fHnnlna rnnlll n 1 wild lld pitch pich allowing Ilnwlnl the
fornifi rfm1 10 score or from second lerond base bale Ijum Ijumf
I Ie f H out 011 nt II first fret hut h httJordan Jordan poked Jkd one ont
Into 111 ini < Hi I h thy Ilr Hint fell rtll wife Ilre between three
Dntr IIn Po Diihleri 1Ihll fimililed rlmhl d ft 1 tap from len Ienhut Ien Ienrr lenrrt
rr rrt hut the Ih t hi nt n ° ci man up fanned In the theh thePllhlh theittth
Pllhlh ittth h with wih om < donn lal lP Buroli ITI Mingled lnllpr and andft and1
ft it in 1 tliird on e0 Alpermans A double doub1eL but butrioth bi
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rioth 111 I rr r < left AH Mnmmtl I Ul rt I and d Senring nrlna
r rtv > il es v vlcllms tIct t 111 hits
tons tnn py N ilrnl 111 run rln na Wil was rliie lo If a pass it itfjimiii a511trIIIIt
fjimiii Farll mil ileuiirnontH Rllmenl s tl double IIJ In the
trlnl thl Hit latp1 FtLtp4 PI hunted tJlnled nnfplv Iaplv took tlnle second on onin inH n nI
I H in uirjrli rlriiiMind rl IHI itiid scored on l IpRumont 11atimont numontn pcont s single Ilnll
In I ri UK 111 I i I fonrili rnlrlh fut i rt Ii two t O KhiulfH 141 IIIIPH tIthes a doublii dful it ii 111 and nd a ai aitt
itt i ti iilli 1 il I lit i lly fy II y hronglit hrlllhl bruim qhit In II I i luo I t u Additional Rllllonll ittiti it ho nal runs rlnl rim tin
Miiiiiiiiint hit hi Iii stiffly lfI In Iliti J hl liti iliflth Ith went to toiinl tofI1 tob
b fI1 t iinl on 1 a I wild t ld lid thro Ihr I hrov hy Jordan Iortl and andiml andold
auif old ii It on n DHhlonn lhlln Hllnier lmllr to 0 left lel Ihe Iheauif 1heii be beWll
KOrtinv Wll I nnooiiTK nnooiiTKn 101 101j
n H p A v J 51 i an H r t 45 t 1 1klrl
1 i 1 n j o Murchlf v 3 a o o oFlinn 0i
klrl i rn 0 I I OIIIrmnhA CI 2 5 I I 0 0mlnld 0It
It mlnld lflflfltf 4 1 I 0 I I tIAtl C ttititinteltiCt 1 I I I I1kI
1kI 110 Ii Iii I I ii I I g ii Sebrlncd1 4 I 0 I I 0 0 0ttlffh
1Ihrh1 ttlffh ti 1 0 1 I I 4 4 1Inlrr Imleyrf I 0 II 0 0 0ItiIIfl
1111 ItiIIfl 5 4 Z l I Orllalh I 2 10 I 0 I
it w i tn I S I I lennox3h 3 I I 2 0 0n1lh 0Ptittti3
n1lh I I 1 0 I errrnc I 0 s 3 3I ti titrflp
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1 t Totals Mi till it 24 0 3 3of 80sItt1
of 0sItt1 ttd for Jalorlu lttstflrillt In Ih ninth Innln Innlnlolon innlnirtittnn
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AIM Koiton Iloson l 8alo te Z neaumonl IfllAont I luhlea luhleano DabtenP0serma hlra
I no nOInan P0serma erm n 1 Brooklyn Broklyn Hummel I Viral HlrMI 1lr 1lrhh
hh i I ait on In errors Rnttorr AoIn S Brooklyn 100k D I tAft Ir oo ODlohton
J htMi s fioMon lohton t DrooUlvn io I Klrtt rt bow bu on o
t b4Jlt > 4ll 10 on Ol Mattern Mater 1 11 9 orj Putorlus putoru l StrueS ItrCT 81111 11
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o IIBr outBy tBy u2rn lAtt Mttyij 7 1iby by PMtortua PUtrUI PAi orlu Sr Two DOM
g bIUHuumoat blts8eaumoa J nonL 3w Sweoaey en y A1j Alpernian > rnun 1 Sacrlne SarUlee ba
5S biIaLennox LJnol nao Pckef Becker < 2 B > Xlwrmaa AIPraa Sweeney
Seeae
Stolen tol basHumJ baeflumzmel rj so Huranvel Sacrifice Sarllce JPnaa Uy fIuera Mittern Mitternn
Double ° iblLpUr PlaYA piaysAlperznan A1J eraa Tlnan unassIsted Inalate neckerand loker flecker antI ad
n
I3pwerran liowermia Wild WI Wtldplcbesptoflu nltchet pltbeputoru Putoriua 1 Mattern Matem
O 2 tJmplmnif ImplrRlfer ler and Truhy Trby TlnieJ Tlwel hour
and 17 1 minutes minute Utend HteDdlneaO ttendancesooo ttendancesoooCINCINNATI nceooo nceoooCINCINNATI
CINCINNATI CIcINAT1 8 rrrrsacBa PIBtao 5 5ow I 8CINcirnAri
CINcirnAri OhIo ° de dealed
CIICUIAT April Aprl 17The nTe Red
realed aled the Pirates this thl afternoon aferoa In one of the theEX1 themot themoat
EX1 mot 5rclt esclUn 5 games ames ever played on the local localpound 10e1f0 localgrounds
pound f0 grounds The visitors VI I tot ptye five runs on Karrer a r rIlaoat
In the second 3 Uasper rr then egv went In for Cln Clnrlnnatl Cmnclanalt
rlnnatl Ilaoat and stopped SIOPP the Plttiburct Plttburca Maddox Uaddoiand
and Iceier were knocked kaoke out Olt of the box The Theerrors Tberrrs Theerrors
errors fON score rrrs of Abbatlcchlo AbhaUchlo helped bept the locals IQII The TheCINCUfNATt ThrfON Thescore
fONCINC1ATr CINCUfNATt CINCUfNATtn CINC1ATr rrrrsauRO rrrrsauROv pmaDUROHlcn
As n p A s v H r A AMlllercf 5
Hlcn Hugab5 b 2 z 4 o oa Mlllercf lllercl lllerclOakrlf a l 1 1 o u ul I
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did the pitching pllJhl lr there was little to Choose tochooeeEight ChooseEight chooseFhrht
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the matter of steadiness Jake had consid considerable conlldPrabl considerable ¬
erable e on Macks Ma k spit 8p spitball ball artist art lilt lie Herapped lierllpped lierapped
rapped three of the Highlanders In the short shortribs sbortrih shortribs
ribs and walked four more but only two of ofthese otI ofthese
I these hI I favors resulted disastrously dlll lrou8ly for the thelocal thetonal
local 10 < 11 worthies worthiesOutside NorthleOUlslde worthiesOutside
Outside of a great throw from deep right
to third by Murphy oifHhlch be doubled doubledup
up Laporte after pulling In Knights ay
there were no particularly brilliant fielding held lug
efforts The New ew Yorkers practlvally put
themselves out of It In the third Inning when
lncle McConnell and I aporte bunched
three errors whlih let in as many runs runsRiving runsglvlnll runegiving
Riving Ihe thAthletlll Athletics a lead which the High ¬
landers could < not overcome But notwith notwithstanding nolwlthlandlnlC notwithstanding ¬
standing this lead there was not a stage stagewhen eta etawhen
when the name appeared safe until Vlckers Vlckerscalled Vlckprllt Vickeracalled
called to the th rescue after two hands had
been retired In the ninth wafted Engle
Only Onl four hits were made off Dygert In InIhe
Ihe th tlrnt seven rounds but In the tb eighth the theew
New ew orb got to him for three clean d an sin singles IIlnIIlell singlee ¬
glee but they canto In such a way as to yield yieldonly yieldonl yieldonly
only onl on 0 one run In the ninth Dygert hit hit0n1l1lIlt
Demmltt l tnltiitt batting for Klelnow and walked
Keeler these favors being sandwiched be between between between ¬
tween a pair of outs Klberfeld sent In Dem Demmltt Demmitt Denmitt ¬
mitt on a single to left Dygert Dyeert88 was then re rerailed recalled recalled
called Vickers succeeding him A passed passedto pas ed edto
to second But Tickers ball advanced Keeler Keelerto
to third and Klberfelduas eipiaUe equal te theoccn theoccnBionstriklnirout the oeca oecalIlonllfrlklniout occasionshrikingout
Bionstriklnirout Engle EngleTo
To Jack Knight belongs the distinction distinctionof
of being the first Highlander to straighten straightenout
out one of Dgvrls benders It was a line I
drive to centre Knight Krt xht continuing on to tothird totblrd tothird
third on Oldrings Juicy fumble Klelnow KlelnowHtruck KlelnowHtruclr Kieinowstruck
struck out but Lake helped along his own onncause oncause ownentice
cause by b singling past pa t Harry lIarr Knight tear lcorInll ecorlog tearing ¬
log Creewaahit Cree WM hit by byapjrchet a pitched ball Keeler
had quite a session at the th plate only onl to
be retired Anally finoll at first on Nlchollssclever Nlchollsscleverassist NicholbCs < Jchols clever clpverasslt cleverassist
assist Klberfeld was hit and sent to first flrHtfllllne Ontltilling firstfilling
fllllne the corners Engle hit to Nlcholls Slchollwho NIchollswho Nlchollswho
who headed off Klberfeld at second
Ihe Th Athletics made three In their th lr half halfprincipally hRIrprlnolpall halfprincipally
principally through the generosity of the thevisiting thevisiting
visiting fielders Iapp lifted a Hy II to left Iflhlh leftwhich pflwhich
which was muffed by II Knitle Dygert Dygerttrying 11sprltrinll lygerttrying
trying to sacrifice punned a slow one toward towardfirst
first and writ safe McConnell falling In his hiseffort bl blIITort hIsei7or
effort to handle hll CJle It Hartmel sacrificed sacrificed1akc socrilteedLAke a
lIke to McConnell > and Mchollw pushed pnxhedaeafpty plIhPda
safety a safpt 10 o centre scoring Lapp and Dygert DygerttollliiB DtVlIprl DtVlIprlollinM IvgertCollins
tollliiB singled lo right but was forced forcedat orcpdat
at second bv b Murphy hlberfeld to Iaporte IaporteIn I
In hisatlpinpt hlJlal his attempt > rnPllo to get Murphval Mllrph al first tlnllaporle tlnllaporleIhrpw La Laporie Laporiethrew pone ponethrew
threw wildly wlllll Xlcholls scoring
The score scoreNKW scoreSIIW scorecaw
caw TOUR mil milAS P PHILCItEIpn1e IIDloIP U UAB
AS n p t K A AB n P A ACreII A5 A5Cree jt jtCree
Cree CreII It I I 00 O 0 4 0 Mamelir 202 2 0 2 00 00Keelerrr 0 II IIKIlerrf 0Eeelerrr
Keelerrr I I I II O 0Mcholls3b4 2330 2330Flberrcld3h 2 3 3 0 0t 0Eiberfetd3h3
Flberrcld3h t l I n I 2 o IICOlllnb rollln < 2b 4 2 4 5 I ZO ZOlnllllr 0 0Hoitlelf 0lngleit
Hoitlelf 5 I I o I 2 Murphyrf I 1 I 0 0rconIIII 0ShConhlItl
McConllll 4 113 I U I 0 I lIDaxKIU I > 3 I 7 0 0 0laportlb 0IaporteZb
laporte2b 4 I 4 2 UUIdr1nrtr I I I 0 0 1 1Knlrhtss 1Knlrblso 1Enirhtst
Knlrhtss 4 I I 1 oinarrys 0 3 0 0 2 I 1Klrlnrmc IKI IIttetnnwc
01
Klrlnrmc KI lnoc 1020 1 0 2 II 4 ollappc 0 lappI 3 1 9 I 0 0tt 01akep
iakep i i it 0 t3gerip > ecrtp 20040 20040Uemmltt 2 4 0 4 0 0Lemmitt
A 31 W g gJJcJIrtn
Uemmltt tt OOOO 0 0 0 0 0VlcIersp Ui tckersp teip 0 0 O 0 0 0Ucllveen 0Mcllveen
Ucllveen I 0 0 0 Oj 0
Totals 29 5 27 7 II 13Nii I 2 2TotnN 2Totsln31
TotnN Totsln31 31 it 21 16 4 4Hatted 4tlatted
Nii in7fnlo
Hatted tot Klrlnaw In the ninth innIng Innlnfrnatted Innln InnlnIl1all innIngIflatted
rnatted Il1all I for Luke In the Ih ninth innIng InnlnitSen InnlClre innIngNew
New > e York 0 I 0 I 0 1 0 0 I I 4 4JhU3dtlphlll 4 4lhiladelpbia I IPhiladelphia
Philadelphia 0 II 3 0 I zoo 2 0 0 < 6flunNew
Run flunNew n Ne i York ork Keeler I Knight I Klelnow KlelnowI
I Demmltt I Philadelphia IhtIadeIphlicbo1Is Mcholli > Irholl 2 DavM DavMl
l Oldrlnit 1 Iann I Dj tygit Jrtr crt 1 First I Iork base on onerrors onerrors
errors r W Philadelphia il d r 2 Left I on base bs5esew bs5esewYork New NewYork
York ork ft Philadelphia 4 First base on ball balhOft ballsoft h hOff
Oft Lake I ort Hyirl I irgert 4 Struck stru out outDr By Lake
2 m 11 l tJfrr iygert > j ert 4 br > > Vlclers ckers I Sacrifice hli hliHartsel htIIlertlel
Hartsel Harry Dvtert Stolen a basCT bssesIibcr bssesIibcrfeid Klber Klberfeld I
feld J laporte gI gIJlrl Jlrl Double i plav playsMurphy 1 < Murphy b and andMcholls andNlcholi cd cdileholl
Mcholls Lake and McConnell tilth tit h by pltrher pltrherU
U liy > nyic Dyrrrt t Cree Rlberteld Demmltt Passed Paurdball
ball Lapp I Im lmglrrslIurlllnd tmglrcs litres Hunt and Connell Time I Ihours
2 hours and 5 minute Attendance140m tttendnneeI40eflOSION 1Indnnc hI40I1 I IBOSTON Ioosros
BOSTON < a 11 A WASniNOTON I IUtsillNOTOV IWACIIIOT0W
UtsillNOTOV lIIIISOtO l April f1t1l ITf5rai Washlnitlon Washlnitlonsoutiipau WblnrtonlIOullJpaw Vebingtonsouthpaw I
southpaw recruit was knocked out of the boa boiIn bosIn boain
In Ihe tlMt t1r Inning to lodar da and lluene fared lit littie littIe
tie II better An n unusual plat aro aror < r In the tb eighth elihthInnlnit tlKlIhlonln eighthinning
inning when hn Niles lIel sent a fl n1 lo 10111 loll i rood < xxl for two twobase 1100base twobases f
base DunIs whc bo was on first was a afraid afraidClvmrr alrlll1Cl afraidClynwr
Clvmrr Cl > mrr would catch the Ih Iall all Uilk U bIle he h malted maltedIn aitt1 aitt1in
In the Ih line NIles ran hy him and reached second secondahead secondahead loCid loCidhrlld
ahead of Danrl Niles lIeIIW was called out for touch touchInz tourl1J1 toucliinK
inK 1J1 second attest of the th leultlmatr tegitlmateowner owner or thai thaination Ibastallon thetation
nation The score scoreWABHINOrOV scorewAitttcarow ror rorU8I11
WABHINOrOV U8I11 10ro > I IAn BOSTOK BOSTOKABHPAE BOSTOAD
ABHPAE AD Hp H I A f AB II P A II IIClymerrf IIClvmrrf1 IiClyrnerrf
Clymerrf S U I 0 O i OiMrConl2b4 0 1 2 3 0 0Unleyct 0lanleII 0ttanIeyct
Unleyct 4 i 2 0 ollordib II Iord b 4 n i I IJowlaubII n ntJnilaublf 0tlriglauitiIf
tJnilaublf 1 0 i 0 0Sp 0 3Peakere4 akercf4 2 9 I 0 oUelehk2b 0Uelebb2 0lJeIehy2b
Uelehk2b 2 0 4 1 lUlr 2 t slrrl3 lerrf 10200 10200Conroyib 0 2 0 0 0Conroy 0Conryb3
Conroyib Conroy b 1 o I 2 il 1lIanIItlb > anllb4 l a 0 0 oFrmanIh 0rrmanlb 0FrmanIh
FrmanIh 1 2 II I OlMles 0 0Niiess4 11 > s 4 I 1 4 I IUcrfrldess IMorldts ItctrIdeai3
Ucrfrldess 1 II 4 2 o Hoopcrlf 4 o 1 n IIr o oMilan 0Mhian
Milan l I 0 o 0 Spencerc 40400 40400Street 4 0 4 0 0 0StrtCIc
g gl r g g gGrI
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GrI ira > p oooo 0 I 0 I II I 0 0Arercesp 1 oooo ooooHtlltllCHI 0 0 0 0 0Jllullrsll 0tltigltcstu
HtlltllCHI SOOflll SOOfllltBIankfthlp 1 0 0 1 I 1 II II11IIIolIlhlp1 IItI1Iinkship
tBIankfthlp I 0 0 O 01 Totals Totals15 M a 12 27 1 10 ioTotals I ITotals ITotal
Totals ati 10 7 27 j jUalted IS IShJatted t tBatted
Batted for Mrlirlde In the ninth inning InnlnxtHatted InnlnrtHalttd inningtHaited
tHatted for Hurbes In the ninth Inning Innln
Washington o o n lie it o 4 i 0 0 i iBoston 01 01oston 0IBoston >
Boston 20ouooni ZOO 0 0 0 3 i iRims If
Rims fltinsWashIngton AVashlnxtpn a I Unilaub I nonton
rin ttr
McConnell f J nJ 2 Lord 2 Speaker I Orntler CJ I nl nlrlrU I Irirdt IFIrSt
FIrSt base ba on errors errorashlnclon errorttS Washington i Hoiton 4 4Lert 1Lell itell
tell on liases Itaaestssitington Untnlneton 5 lloston 7 First Firstbase FIrstbaaeoa Irstbueoo
base bueoo on balltOrr bitliaOltUray Crav I off WaIler Wller1orr 1 1ofl off Hnihes ItuwbiaZ
2 Struck out outDy fly Hughes 4 by Waller aIIer 2 by byArellanes byIW byArellanes
Arellanes l Two wa base hit hitSpeaker Speaker a Sacrifice Sacrincehits S SacrificehItgIeIehant
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hits hItgIeIehant IW Ielehantr n h nt WI Preeman r Lord Stolen 1 in inMcConncli hues hueslcConncll basesMcConnell
McConnell Ix lord > rd tV Cl CImer > mer Freeman rman Hooper HooperDouble Hooperoll1le H000erDouble
Double plss IIIIIIMrllrld Mellrlde and Freeman Niles and andMcConnell andi andMConneIl
McConnell 424 2 Speaker nr nrr r and aMll Danzig Conroy ConroyFreeman CooroyFreemaa
Freeman i o and Conroy Wild pitch pitchIfiigbei pitchIfiigbeijlinnlresrtsfleifld Ilucbca IlucbcaUmpires I r rmnlrl
Umpires jlinnlresrtsfleifld mnlrl rrsns ns and Kfan PcanTlme Time Tlme2 2 hours At Attendance Atleadan712II AtIeodanre712I4
tendance leadan712II leadan712IIDETROIT Ieodanre712I4DETROIT 712 712DETROIT
DETROIT B CIIVKMND S SDFTROIT 6nllr 5DVTROIT
DFTROIT April 17 Hefore r a crowd that out outnumbered o oseveral outnumbered
numbered nllr r the > f assemblage IJ bre ol la opening r thl day by byseveral byseveral
several hundred Detroit alter a game uphill uphlJIbattle uphUIbailie uphillbattle
battle took the first game IImeor of tbe Cleveland series seriest acrl acrlII
t to ft Ilradley the Ih Naps third baseman b oemaa was wasbadly wasbadly wasbadly
badly spiked on hi his throwing hand by Cobb In Inthe Inthe inthe
the clclith Inning and n n1l l to leave ave the game gameThe rameTlle gameThe
The score
scorePtTKOtT
PtTKOtT PtTKOtTAn CI CVKLANn aLANnAll CIZTSLANOAlLRPAS CVKLANnAS
An AlLRPAS AlLRPASMclntyrett4 n r A K KMclntyrelf4 AS H P A ADradl AMclntyreIf
Mclntyrelf4 I I 0 o oDUSHSS Dradl BradIeySb4 yab4 lb4 I 2 a 0flushes I I0UII18I
flushes si 11 I l II i iCrfordcf J JCierkelfI Clarkelf I 0 0 o 0CrfOrdCf o oBlrmmcf 0Crfordd
Crfordcf 4 0 1 0 2 2CObbrf Blrmmcf I I 0 1 1Obbrt a aCObbrr
CObbrf 41000 41000nsmanlb 4 I 0 0 0 0 Cajterly Eut EAsICrly1 o 0 01VmnIb o o oHtovaillb 0nmanlb
nsmanlb 4 S 114 14 0 0 oMorrty3bJ Htovaillb I 8 8Storrty3bS I I I110rrtY3bI
Morrty3bJ 2 I 4 0 Lajotezb4 Lajotezb4N Jol2I > I 4 4Schter2b3 J I Ikhfrb
SchIerIb 3 O 1 3 3 l I 1i N NCIarkeo4 Clarke c I 4 4ficbttiidzc8 1 I
8 ficbttiidzc8 lInlldlo i 1 1 1 1 0 Hhmnlfasa H 0 t 6 0 0Lordrf IWIIIUP 4V
Wlllettp WlllettpTotals V 1 0 3 0 Lordrf Lordrf4 Z 1 1PertssSbC I 0 0PerCIIb
Perctsrb4 0240 0240Rhoodesp2 0 2 2Totste n nTol
Totals Tol 81 10 o 27 10 I 4 Rhoodesp2 l o 0it l o IItl
it JOASP Jossp0 00000 00000tlioode 0 0 0tGoode
tlioode = 00000 00000Totals g 0 g 0 g8 0 0 0TotaisU g gTotal
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Totals TotaisU 15 8 24 ll iioaued 12 1 3
Matted for Birmingham 8lrmlfthm In IJ1tb th the ninth inning InnlnctBnted Innlnrf8It inningtBaIt
tBnted f8It d for torJou Joai In a the ninth alDtblanlDtr alDtblanlDtrfutrell Inning InningDetroit Inning0
Detroit 0 0 0 0 o 0 2 ZClevelaftd 4 4Cleveland 40
Cleveland 0 0 1 I 0 0 0 0 onuns 1 1RuaaDetroltCrawford 16 16ftijnsDetroitCrwford
nuns RuaaDetroltCrawford Detroit Crawford 1 Cobb I nossman nossmanrMorlatty ROImaa1lNoriaUY
rMorlatty 3 I Hctneer haeler I Cleveland CleveadStovall I5ve1adStnyaIi stovall 1 lIllnchmsn
Illnchmsn 1 1lNoriaUY IIchmaaJ 1 Lord OrdI l t Perrlnc I Hhoades I Two Twobase Twoh TwobaehltWliIttthradIeV
base h baehltWliIttthradIeV hits hits Wlllett Bradley vradlyStOYIJ Ntovall Sacrifice hit hitBash hitIJUSb
Bash Sacrinc Bj IbScnfer tfcha fer First base on onballs 011bllaoaWIIttI0IlRhoadel2 onballiOtTWilirtklOfl
balls bllaoaWIIttI0IlRhoadel2 balliOtTWilirtklOfl OB sacflnoe Wlliett loff nhoades2 Hit by pitcher plleberY
Try tUioades Wlllattl Iwfilett First baa on errors errorsDetroit errorsI8eirott rror rrorDetro
Detroit t 1 Cleveland I Left on bases bauJetroll bauJetrollib Detroit DetroitD
D Cleveland II Struck r k out outity By y Wlllett I fl b blihuades by >
lihuades ib re 2 b by by IIJO Joss JO 1 Double 3Ji play piftyLord 1 Vr Lord and andHawaii 1I andittovall 3 3Stovall
Hawaii Wild 110 pltoh pitohWlllett Wlllett Umpires BmPlresKerln BmPlresKerlnand UmpiriwKerin UmpiriwKerinand Kerln Kerlnand
and OLoucblln Time I1m1 1 hour and to minutes minutesAttendance mlnuteAUendaneIZ64D minutesAttendancel2048
Attendance AUendaneIZ64D AUendaneIZ64DCIUOAOO 12M 12MCWOAOO
CWOAOO IA 4 L 1013 1 1 ST LORIS s A I El I I I3T IST IST
ST Louts April 17 11The The WhIte Sox lo tojay tojaywon day daywan laywon
won from the lirowns by bunching bits oft Rube nubeWaddell fluleWaddeIL RubeWaddell
Waddell In the tenth inning The snore wan
3 to I Smith held tbo Drowns rown safe fet at all alllme alllmeclvln limes limesllvlnc Ilmengiving
giving only four null scattered bits The score scoreC1IICAUO scoreIT ore oreaT
aT T LOUIS LOUISA C1IICAUO C1IICAUOAB
A As It P A Afltoneil I AB It p A A8101111l B StonipLf
fltoneil 40100 40100Jonelb4 t 0 I 0 4 DoiithtyUfl 0 2 o o IIJonelb 0Jonrntb4
Jonelb4 Jonelb 0 10 0 0 ollaru 0 Hahnrf n 3 o I o I o olabelMb IIUatuelJrft 0ltartaeiIrt4
llaru UatuelJrft llrf4 I 0 01 I IPerrlsSh labelMb 0 IsbeIIth6 2 31 I 0 0Crsvtlhcf 0Perrlll3b 0rerrie3h
PerrlsSh 4 0 1 41 0 Crsvtlhcf 0 1100 1100Parentss I I IUoiTmnrtt I 0 0UoiTmanefl
Uoirman UoiTmnrtt f4 I I 0 o oWgJWeess Parentss Parn as 40030 40030T 4 0 0 3 0 0WallacelI 1 1WiJlSresl
WgJWeess 4 I I 2 0 OWadilelll AU2b tzb 4 0 1 fl o owiniams3n1
winiams3n1 WI Imb3 n 4 01 0 0 Hulltvane C 4 0 2 I n nCrlrerc IICrlrror 0CyIeern
Crlrerc 3 1C L t 0 0 00 0 TannoHi1b4 Tanneh 3b 3 o 1 a aWaddellp 0 0Hmltap 0WadtleiIp3
Wadilelll > 3 0041 0 0 4 2 I Hmltap 3 22 1 I C I o oTotals p pTotals3
Totals 10133 t 30 u 3 i Totals TOIaII3tI ao to tlM m 12 z o os Ofli1 0StL
s fli1 LouU ul 0 oooo II 000flO0flO II II n ooooi II 0 0 n 1 1CMMIO i iChloato
Chicago 000000000 0 00000000083flunsdt 0 n n 00 0 II I Inllnlt V 1 1fltlns
fltlns nllnlt at Ixiiil IAlulKartuli Hartiell I Chicago ChroCDIfhft ChroCDIfhftI Hahn HahnI
I Tannahlll I Smith I Two bata hits liltslion liltslionman Mod Modman
man hahn libell Three base hltSmllri hltSmllrioWi IllttmllhIfttrII lIltfimlibSacrISeehltCmith
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TRAP SaOOTINO SaOOTINONew SHOOTINO SHOOTINONew
New York A C Defeats Crescent A AIn A C Cbi Cin
In Team Match MatchThe llatehTbe MatchThe
The second of the home homeand and home matches matchesbetween matobebetw matchesbetween
between betw ntbe the New York A C and the Crescent CrescentA
A C 3 took place yesterday at Travers Island Islandand 1slandand Islandand
and resulted III a victory vict ry for the Winged WingedFoot Wingedoot WingedFoot
Foot oot by a margin of 60 targets Three Threeweeks Threeeekll Threeweeks
weeks ago when the team met me at Bay Itldga Itldgathe nldiethe
the Crescents were thewinnersby the I winners by SO SOtargets 80targets o otaraets
targets so that the New York won the theseries theaerie theseries
series by 10 targets Another series took tookplace tookplace tookplace
place earlier In the winter In which a borne homeand borneand borneand
and home win In occurred but out of the four fourmeetings rourmeellngs fourmeetings
meetings the New York A C retires a win winner winner winnet ¬
ner by to 0 targets This finishes the theIntercltib theIntrcub thelntercliib
Intercltib matches between the Winged Foot Footand Footand > oot ootand
and New Moon clay cIa pigeon expejU esp rt for the theseason thftle8800 theseason
season le8800Jn t tIn 4 4In
In order to get the advantage of Ihe good goodlight goodIIgbt goodlight
light the teams waited until tbe sun came cameout cameout cameout
out and then they tile w WtJot nt at their work In Inreal IIIfl81 ittreid
real earnest The teams were made up upof upor upof
of t wentytlve shooters u sidu and each man manshot manhot manshot
shot 100 targets These were orl disposed dl8 poeed ofin of ofIn ofIn
In rounds of twentyfive and while wlill the theshooting theeilootill thealtootitig
shooting lasted < tthere there was a coittlnuoiw coittlnuoiwfusillade tOUtiIlUOIlfnlllade contiuuiouuifuatliade
fusillade Early In the fray Frank Hallof Hallofthe
the New N w York A C showed that he was wasout Wallout wasout
out for a big score In his hi first round h htmsned he hemill lietilisited
tmsned mill l6tl > three easy e8 cues but be je dropped only onlyone onl onlaile onlyone
one on the second round His 111 Ilerve be became became became ¬
came steadier as a he went along and for the thesecond tbesecond thesecond
second fifty targets he made a clean cl An score scorebattering scoreIbatterilla scoreshattering
battering ever every target In great style styleU
U 1 Fred red Tellium opened the race auspici auspiciously 8u1IP101ously auspiotoualy ¬
ously by u straight tally of 21 5 but he did didnot didnot didnot
not do so well 11 afterward though he quit quitwiththe quitwlththe quitwiththe
withthe good total of 54 4 F II Kcbauffler Kcbaufflerand tlcbaumerand
and C it V Billings finished level both crack crackIng crackIna cracktug
tug 93 out of the century Out of the 2SOO 2SOOtargets 2iIOOtargets 2800targets
targets possible the Winged Foot oot men broke
3088 to 2028 for the Crescents CrescentsJ
J 1 C Fairchild and W V C Damron of the theCrtaoent tbeCreaoeJit theCrescent
Crescent team were the high guns both bothwith botlrwith bothwith
with 03 the former having a straight straightIn U UIn 28In
In his third round W Peabody Jr broke brokeK
K and three were tied with BI H l M Brig
bam H B Stevenson and A 1tAlleli 1tAlleliIWyoJU ftAllensaw H Mlen MlenNUT
NUT IWyoJU YOU A C Cl3l C
l3l 13 1 232 18 DI28 J 213d 3dA 3d 21 4125 4IIa 25 Tl T TII 1I24 TlF
F Hall 23 14 21 Z 23 88 88O 00O
O T F Iclbam leiham28 St 22 24 23 IM IMP INII 54I
P I II Shauffler Shaumcr3 23 22 2S 21 1 W WC 113C 53C
C W Billings DIIIICIa1 21 25 22 23 88 88OCUiinneH 113O
OCUiinneH O C 0rlJ1nell22 22 24 21 1 24 JJI 1 1Q
0 liecaKl Bechtel1 21 34 21 1 24 80 80DrIIeld 110Dr 50Dr
Dr DrIIeld JId 21 1 22 2 22 24 8 8W lit litW 85W
W J Kllas 22 22 2 22 Z 21 8 8A III IIIA 5922
A Till 21 22 23 23 58 58M 50III 59S
S M Owen 21 22 111 24 M MI 114IJ
J 1 I O Batlerson BatlersonOan ttatterson23 a 21 3 18 22 M 114IDII 86Diii
Oan Bradley BMldlty11I 18 22 2 25 20 M IIIT
T 1 r Hodgman Hodgr 20 IS 1 24 a 24 M 114IO
O 3 W W1bolDsonO Tin Thomson ThomsonJ < 20 24 4 22 17 M 13J 8322
J S Cobb CobbDr 22 22 Z 10 2O M 1101DrCrowe1 832
Dr DrCrowe1 Crowe CroweV 21 22 Z 17 21 1 III IIIN SINVLcnsncIV 1 1U
N Ltaoe11I V Lenane Lenaner U 1 III 22 2 20 SO aot aogriJeIW 50T
T + r J ODonohue Jr JrT Jr20 20 2O t IS 21 t 7 7IB 79 79T
T Lenane LenaneO IB 20 21 78 78o
O W Kurble i la II tu 21 n nDr 78Ilr
griJeIW t g f fO
Dr lie De Wolfte ID IS 22 17 78 78O
O N Bavler Bavltl16 l 17 21 2 111 70 nOIembtel11 7
0 OIembtel11 Lerabeck 18 IS is 17 I 72 72K 7K 72Ic
K Atwood < 18 IS IS 17 I 72 72C 7 7C 72C
C Simpson 21 1 17 14 18 70 70Grand 70Gran1
I
Grand total 2UM 2UMCKBacBVT 2043CHiscErri Jt3 Jt3CHII8C8NT
CKBacBVT A C CJ cJ
J 7 C Fairchild FaIrchild2I 24 21 1 25 21 M MW 0WC 93tvi
W WC C Damlon 24 S 1 21 23 IM IMW 11W 153w
W Peabody Jr 23 22 25 22 112 112H IIH 152H
H U Hrlcnara 23 24 4 22 22 Bl BlS 11S IlltLflSLetenson21
S tLflSLetenson21 n Stevenson 21 1 21 2Z 25 Bl BlARAllen Il IlA
A ARAllen n Allen 24 22 21 1 21 21URtlDerI 24U 11 i iU
U URtlDerI Stlner 24 2O 22 2 23 KS KSA 11IIA 51A >
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Twelve gunners Rllnnr41 reported at the Jamaica JamaicaBay JamaicaBay amalcaBay
Bay traps of the Bergen Beach inn Club Clubyesterdav ClubeAtprda Clubyesterday
yesterday eAtprda and decided litany interesting intereatlngevents IntrttltlnirIVentH interestingevents
events The shoots were all at twentytlTe twentytlTetargets twentyfletargets e etargpt
targets and on the day woo II excellent the thescores thfllcorps thescores
scores were all Rood II O I Bergen erlrpn did didthe didtbe didthe
the best work of the afternoon breaking breaking13J
13J 13 > out of ISO targets The scores scoresrrjnri IcoreaIrlna scoreatrjnQs
rrjnri o cc 25
1 Rhode 17 17 1110 IS 2O If 111110 Itt 12 21 20 18 111111 18 19i
1 II II Andrrton 17 I 15 11 13 in 20 is t 19 19V 19JohntOn ICC
V Johnson 22 IK I H I IS 1A 22 17 17A 11A ITA
A irimth II is 17 is in in i iH tII IC IChI <
H IJ I Dercen 21 1 21 1 21 1 21 22 zzA 22 22A 22A
A Sujdam SIlIIiJ u3da 21 1 22 IS IK I IA I 14 M MS ItSt
S t < lloer 21 2 22 2 1 III 21 21 21R 1 1Rlorcan 3it
R Morgan 17 17111017 17111017I 17 21 2O t 17 17L ITI
L I Mildraore IN 8 17 B Ci
1 1 O OlIrlro llrlen 10 7 n nV 1 IStv
tv V Dals 14 II IIDr 11III I i iIr
Dr O tJflrIen Mrlen n n 17 18 18GOLF 11GOLf ISGOLF
GOLF GOLFR
R M I ldIe McKI wee Wins the thtPresiiiets Ire Irnldf li1e r Cup Cupat
at Plnenurst Plnenurstir PlnfhuntPIStIIInT PInehurstPINEHInsr
PIStIIInT ir N C Aprll 17 K XI XIMcKlwee MMcElwee 1 11ctwee
McKlwee of the OnwentstaVolf Onwntlla olr Club Chi Chicago Chicago Ciiicago ¬
cago former Florida champion captured capturedthe
the presidents cup in the final round of ofthe orthe ofthe
the first annual mid mldprllgolf midApril prll golf tournament tournamenttoday tournamenttoday tournamenttoday
today defeating John E Porter of the theAllegheny thelIpghrnr theAllegheny
Allegheny Country Club 8 up and 4 to play playThe playThe playThe
The Westerner pRlPrntr had the match well in hand handfrom bandrroln handfrom
from the start winning the first four holes holesand holesand holesand
and starting for home 1 up in the th semi semifinal semiIInal semifinal ¬
final Mr M Mc McElwee cKI > Iee wee defeated L I 11 Pierce of ofuodlanil ofVt7odiantl i
uodlanil l up and I to play and Mr MrPorter MrPorterbeat
Porter Porterbeat beat D llCotfeyofthe 1 CofTey of the Franklin Park ParkCub ParkCub 1 I
Cub 3 up and 2 to play plavCharles plaharlel playCharie
Charles Blackburn of the th Ridge Club ClubChicago ClubChicago CiutbChicago
Chicago won the first division consolation consolationfrom
from 1 V llurd of the Oakmont Club ClubIlttsbura ClublitlHbUrRf ClubIittutburg
Ilttsbura litlHbUrRf 3 3 up and 2 to play leorge leorlreWatt W WWatts ViWatts
Watts of Durham N C captured the gov governors wovIlIIore governors ¬
ernors cup from II 1 X Wallace allace of Halifax HalifaxN 1I8Ufaxcln
N C cln In a closely contested nineteen hole holematch holematc boicmatdt
match matc a Mason Evans of Youngstown YoungstownOhio ounglltonOblo
Ohio won the consolation from L J M 1 Sher Sherwood Sberwooaor f4herwood ¬
wood wooaor of Medina > IPdlnaXyuP N y 2 up In Inthe the playoff playoffof
of the lie between Mr I r McGlwee and Mr MrBlackburn llrBlackburn SirBlackburn
Blackburn for the qualification trophy at
83 8 each Mr tr McElwee won with a card of ofl
8 l to 92 for Mr Blackburn BlackburnThe
The summerllke weather attracted all racted an anunusually anIInusllally antinusualiy
unusually large number of golfers to the theFox theox theFox
Fox ox Hills course yesterday The recent recentrains recentrains
rains assisted In putting the course In Inmaffniflcent Inm inmacnificent I
maffniflcent m condition and In conseauence
gome Ior soth e good scores were returned In the theclass th thclMs theclass
class A and B competitions Over sixty sixtymembers RIItlYmmb1ra sixtymelnbirs
members took part in the different events eventswith eventawith eventswtth
with the following roll wiar results resultsClass rtslIltsCla resuireClels
Class Cla 8 A AII II KJvrs F Jvra Bl 11 n U7 70 H H Loyd loldII
92 II l t671 IS 77 1 K I leaner 92 9 H 118 7 A II Pogson POROnZ
92 2 15 l57it 7V B S IkUtome 85 5 J 850 80 Oeorie K KFawrett 1Clu I IFaWcett
01
Fawrett tl 98 14 I 1462 82 A F Kammer K i1t t 8 55 7 752 752Clsuts 82 82Class
Class nR P Cbalfant 94 9 U 1I7 7 Olrbert OlrbertAdams mi4rl mi4rlAdllm titbertAdams
Adams 101 24 2577 77 B C Iotler n 18 1078 78 F P Pllelllei PJ PltctlIey
llelllei 100 24 2452 82 Lloyd TeftX n nO 10320 103 S5a 1111t 83 Dewltt DewlttPeterkln bewittPeterkln >
J Peterkln n 100 oo f1 24 2465 81 Mj n A Bullock u KM 20 2048 89 89O
O L Hmlth 109 20 oM oMBalmv 20MBalmy 88 88Balmy
Balmy air attracted a good sired field fieldto neldto fieldto
to the links of the Forest Hill Field Club Clubyesterday ClubellterdIlJ Chubyesterda
yesterday ellterdIlJ and the competitive event eventconstated eventconlllle eventconsitited
constated of a ball sweepstakes IIwpep takee which whichwas whichwa8 whichwas
was won 011 by b Paul Paull E holler with a 71 net netThe netTht netThe
The best cards were as follows Paul E EHeller EHellr EHelier
Heller 85 1271 Harry AIIsopp s8 977 977J
J I lever ver 04 17 1777 77 T A Allsopp W 992010 992010STtNFORD 2079 2079STANFORD 2070STANFORD
STANFORD CKKW WtNS WtNSTen WINJTfn W1NTen
Ten t lengths > nKthf Ahead of f California Shell flhellWhen Shell1t ShellWhen
When 1t tn the Ltt er Was Swamped MwampedSAN
I ISAN
SAN FruNClsco April A prll 17 HThe The third an annual ennuiai ¬ I Inual
nual eight elghtllared oared race between tha thscrews crews of ofStanford ofSlantord ofStanford
Stanford University and the University of ofCalifornia ofCallrornla ofCalifornia
California was rowed over the three mile milecourse milecourll milecourse
course In the Oakland estuary of ifan San Fran Franolsco Franoltteo Franokea
olsco Bay today and was won by Stanford StanfordThe
The water wat r was very rdiitth and the Call Callrornla Cclifornia ¬
fornia shell was swamped midway in the thecourse theCOurlle thecourse
course Stanford at that time had a lead of offour otrour offour
four lengths lengthsNew lenathaNew lengthsWew
New Itraniwlek Ont of Atlantic League 1eagaeNrw lea5ueNrw LeagueNEW
Nrw BituHswicK BRI1Kt lWIClI < April 17 17Atlantlo 17AtlantloLealrU 17AtlanticLeague Atlantic AtlanticLeague
League baseball playing < at Riverside Park Parkon
on Sundays died last nleht The end came camfollowing camefolJowlnlr camefollowing
following a conference e between J J Walter WalterDobbin WlterOobblna Waiterflobbin
Dobbin president of the league and John JohnEdward JohnEdward JohnEdward
Edward Clark of the Clarkhurst Farms farmal who whoran wboran whoran
ran against Congressman B F Ifowell OWI I for forConoreis rorCOnllre8 forConerees
Conoreis Mr ClarkTs lark II place adjoins River nirersldc flIYfrIIlde Riverside
side 1nrk I rk He Is l not opposed to the playing playingof
of Sunday ball bal It Is said hilt he says that by
having the game ame played play 8IldJ at Illyerslde Park Parkhis Parkhla Parkhis
his property will be destroyed by tbe fans fansgoing fanaolnl fanSgoing
going and wining mlnc from the games < ame This Thiscity Ihlclty Thiscity
city will not now be represented rppre entcd In the At Atlantic At1antic Atuntie ¬
untie League LeagueAmerican leaClieAmerllan 1eaguseAmerican
American Association AssociationAl
Al IndianapolisIndhnapolls Inditnepoils lpullsnpnlis 7 Toledo 0 0Al 0At I
Al Louisville loulvllleIAIlIavllle IxjiiTsvllle A Columbus ColumbulAt A AAl 8At
At Milwaukee MllwllllkIIlIIwaukl Milwaukee 6 < l SI Paul JIIIAI 4 4At 4At
At Kansas Ianl Oily OUYKall Kansas city 2 Mlnneapo MlnneapoMa
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Southern League IxsacaeAl
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Al New Orleans OrteansNew tOew > New Orleans 1 il Motile 0 0Al OAt 0At
At AtliataAllama 7 Birmingham 1 1At 1At 1At
At Xatnvlllc hvlllMonlcomer Monlcom ry 9 Naauvllle NaIUvllJe1neball 7 7naaeball 7hlasehall
naaeball NoteCan NotesCan Notes NotesCan
Can It he that flenrg Browne hawing already alreadypartaken alreadypIrtak5fl Iradyparlakpn
partaken of worlds aeries rl largess When hen with the theHants tilemantA theGiants
mantA It about to do so again as a a Cub CubTheChleifoNationals CullThe CubTheCbtcagoNationals
TheChleifoNationals The Cllle11 Nallonllla were ere tbe Orlt rat big bltrlllIII bltrlllIIIIam league leagueteam leagilsteam
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COLUMBIA FINISHES FIVE AND ANDA
A HALF II LENGTHS IN THE REAR REARGreat REARGreat I IGrut
Great Contrast < la Watermanship in Race Raceon Ieeon i ion
on tbe Cnarles CI1arlllcrtmlOD Crimson Oarsmen OarsmenShow OarmtenHhoW OarsmenhoW
Show Perfect Form While the Morning Morningtide Morningside I Istde
tide stde Men Scramble seMble Over the Coonc CooncBOSTON CeurseBOsTOy 1 1H08TO
BOSTON l April 17 nThe Tha Harvard varsity varsitycrew vartlltycreW varsitycrew
crew gave Columbias senior eight a very verythorough verlthoroll verytitorouigb
thorough thoroll h and decisive beating In a race raceover raceover raceover
over a course of a mile and seveneighths seveneighthsIn
In the Charles River Basin this afternoon afternoonHarvard afternooalIarvard aternoonHarvard
Harvard won by five and a half length lengthof
of open water with every appearance aIlP aranO ol olbelug otbelu ofbeing
being belu Pf Pfrtectly p rf ectly at ease from the start startThe ltartfhe startrime
The Crimson led from one end of the thecourse theCOllrle thecourse
course to the other rowing amoothly and andwith andwltlt andwith
with power Only for aBotit ten strokes strokesIn
In the middle of the race did the Columbia Columbiamen
men get Ir together All the rest of the race racethe racetbe racethe
the New Yorkers did not row They scram scrambled Hcrambled scrambled ¬
bled They Th y failed to keep the boat on an aneven allevell aneven
even keel and rolled rolfll out of It In their efforts effortsto ellortto
to make it go P There were no distinctive distinctivefaults d distinctivefaults IlItinctivefaults
faults in the Columbia boat All the menrowed menrowed men menrowed
rowed poorly Harvards time was 9 min mlnites minIlles miiitiles
tiles 54 seconds Columbia 10 minutes minutesin
in seconds secondsHarvard HeooDdIllIarvard secondsharvard
Harvard after a brief Interval of pulling pullinga
a high stroke settled down nicely nice and with withevery withevery withevery
every heave left the Columbia boat wallow wallowIng wallowInlr wallowlog
log further in the rear The Crimson rowed rowedIn
In a style well adapted to a short distance distancerace
race clipping tbe stroke In the theeagerness theeagernessto eagerness eagernessto
to get back for another ther Although there therewas therew thereWIH
was w apparently nothing like leg Ie drive in inthe Inthe inthe
the Harvard Har ard shell the oarsmen made their theirboat theirboat theirboat
boat zip every time they pulled through throughit
it was a very veryeooo good exhibition of waterman watermanship watermanIIblp watermanship ¬
ship by the Crimson and one that delighted delightedan
an enormous turnout of partisans
Altogether there must mus inusthave have been about
30009 persons who saw the race The TheHarvard TheHarvard TheHarvard
Harvard bridge was 8 blaolc with them themand themand themand
and there were ere crowds I of both people and andautomobiles andautomobiles andautomobiles
automobiles on the roads on botb sides of ofhe ofthe ofthe
the course At the finish opposite the theUnion theUnIon theUnion
Union Boat Club house a tremendous con congrew conIrre congreas
grew Irre cheered every succeeding stroke of oflie orthe ofthe
the Harvard boat boatIt
It looked In the morning as though the theweather tbeweathpr theweather
weather conditions would be most unpleas unpleasant ¬
ant It was rainy rain and gusty and raw rawAlong rawAlon rawAlong
Along toward I oclock the sun came out outand outand outand
and shone bright thereafter The wind windveered windnered windveered
veered around so that It blew ble about three threequarters threeQlUlrler threequarteradown
quarters quarteradown down the course helping the oars oarsmen oar8men oarsmen ¬
men From the cottage farm bridge the thestart IheIII thestart
start III art to the Harvard bridge the first seven seveneighths eevenelllhth seveneighths
eighths of a mile of the race the course wa wasglassy waK18Iy waglassy
glassy smooth Below the Harvard bridge bridgethere bridgetherA bridgethere
there was a certain amount of roughness roughnessbut
but it did not bother the Harvard crew any anyAt anyH anyAt
At that stage of the race it didnt make any anvdifference anydllrerence anydifference
difference whether Columbia WAIl bothered botheredor
or not notHarvard notHarvard notHarvard
Harvard allowed Columbia the choice choicnof
of courses and the New eV Yorkers took that thattoward thattoward thattoward
toward Boston under the tble lee of the embank embankment embankmeiit ¬
1 ment at the start of the race The race racewas raci racewas
i was to have > started at 3 330 10 oclock but it itwas ifwas itwas
was not until half an hour later that the theboats tbeboatll theboats
boats were in place placeThe placeIbe itlaceThe
The Harvard men wore ore neat quarter quartersleeve Qllarterte qulertersleeve
sleeve te ve jerseys edged with Crimson and row rowing rowilill rowtug ¬
tug breeches also bound with red A tiny tinyH tinyUva
H Uva was over the heart of each oarsman oarsmanThe oarslnanThe
The 111 Columbia men had a nondPNciipt lot lotof lotor lotof
of Jerseys and stripped to the buff for the therare thlrace tilerace
race racehlarvtrd
rareHarvard Harvard had to wait about a quarter of an anhour anhour
I hour at the th start for Columbia The New XewYorkers NewVorkers ew eworkrrl
Yorkers had a lot of trouble getting their theirboat thirboallnlo theirboat
boat boallnlo Into line but eventually about 4 oclock oclockthe
the crews w were ere ready Here a most unfor unfortunate unfortunate unforlunate ¬
tunate Incident nt occurred Referee Ingram Ingramgave InltramRave Ingramgave
gave the crews a their Instructions and then thenafter tbenafter thenafter
after the cry of Ready allpulled all puled the gun gunFive gunFhl 11110Five
Five chambers III succession missed tire tireMeantime nrplIlanllntp lIreMeantime
Meantime thecrens th the crewlIln erewa In high suspensewaited suspensewaitedalmost AIISpen8p waited waitedalme
almost > Rt inert with nervousness nervousnessFose nervouneelltllIIe nervousnessEase
Ease up cried Ingram Then he got gota
a new filling of cartridges Quite ultP without withoutthinking withoutIhinklnR withoutthinking
thinking he pulled pulNI the gun to tent the new newcartridges ne necartrldt11 newcartridges
cartridges At the report Columbia under underthe underI tinderthe
the I hI Impression that the therace race was a on started startedoff
off full tilt Here its iI S not a mart lIard veiled veiledCoxswain yelledCoxwaifl lIpd lIpdCOelwaln
Coxswain Blagden of Harvard But the theI theiitistthi
I mischief mls hlpf f was done The Columbia crew crewI crewslackened reWslackpned
I I slackened after taking two or three strokes strokesl strokesbut
l I but Harvard never moved The New COw ork Yorkerg orkers orkers
ers cot back to the mark apparently up In Inthe Inthl inthe
the air and they Ihe never did get down again againin
in the race raceKventnnllv racevenl11nllv raceEveotnally
Kventnnllv both were ready on the line lineagain linealraln lineagain
again and then Ingram got them away In Inearnest InearneRt inearnest
earnest Harvard stroking 18 I to the min minute mlnIll mb ¬
ute Ill shot Into intothseact theeod t h end Columbia Columhinsplashtng Columhinsplashtngsnd sploshing sploshingand
and rolling 10111 nit at 40 4010 to the minute and perhaps perhapsa
a notch higher lost ground from the very veryinception VrInception ver verinception
inception There was a quarter of a length lengthfor Ipnllthfor lengtfor
for Harvard before the crews < rew had taken takenfifty takntlftj takenfifty
fifty strokesnnd IItrOkltlnd strokes and the Ih Crimson at once set settled settied pt ptlie ¬
lie tlftj < do down n The he stroke fell to about 12 1 to the theminute tbernlnllte theminute
minute but Columbia kept notching away awayat awayat awaat
at 3S and andle M Cerussi veteran stroke though thoughhe thoughe
he h is i could not get down He slugged away awayand awa awaand awayand
and every stroke found Columbia dropping droppingfurther dropplnlrfllrthpr droppingfurther
further and further flirt her behind Harvards Harvardseight Hl1rvardselghl Huirvaedseight
eight primed for this race and ready rplld to toavenge toaveniI toavenge
avenge the defeat of 1407 at the hands of 0 the theNew thePW theNew
New PW Yorkers sat 8tUP up and rowed rowl like majors majorsThe major8Tbe majorsThe
The men svMing back and forward with withadmirable withadmirAble withadmirable
admirable precision every eYer stroke showing showingpower ebowlnlrJ showinpower
power J The boat moved on an even keel keeland keeland keeand
and there was nothing left to be desired desiredabout deslr desiredabout J Jabout
about time work of the Cambridge men menAt menAt menAt
At the end of the first quarter mile Colum Columbia Colllmbla Coluimbia ¬
bia was more than half a length behind behindThe behindThe behindlhe
The men were ere not rowing a four mile stroke strokeor
or anything like It They The were pre sloshing sloshingaway el slashingaway 8hln
away awa at something like 35 3 to the minute minutewhile mlnutpwblle mInutewhIte I
while Harvard had dropped down to close closeto I
to 30 It was as pitiable to see the efforts of ofthe ofthrXew oftheNew
the thrXew New Yorkers The Thbowman bow man was a rolling rollingaround rolllniraround roilingaround
around In him hl seat and the boat seemed to torespond torellpond torespond
respond to his hi every effort to take It off oCan oCaneven an aneven aneven
even keel latch at at4caughtacrabconiing at4caughtacrabconiingclone 4 caught a crab coming comingclose
close clo e to the Harvard bridge and took two twostrokes twotrokPs twostrokes
strokes to get back again That dropped droppedthe
the New Yorkers even further back and as astbeyapproacbed MIbeyapproacbfllthe astheyapproacbed
tbeyapproacbed the bridge they were open openwater opeDwater openwaler
water behind the Crimson shell shellAn IIhellAn shellAn
An exultant roar went up from the mass massi ms mson masson
on i the bridge and it acted ai a tonic to toHanard toHanard toHaryard toHarvard
Harvard the Crimson dropping the theon thestroke tblIItroke hostroke
stroke to a trifle under 10 O glided right away awa awarom
from Columbia It was a matter of o almost almosta t ta
a length of open water as harvard went wentunder wentunder wentunder
under the bridge bridgeFrom bridgeFrom bridgeFrom
From then on a mile to the finish It was wasan waaan wasan
an awful thing for the few Columbia men to towatch 10watch towatch
watch They The had banked on the steadi steadiness IIteadln steadiness ¬
ness n and smoothness of their men for torvictory a avictory avictory
victory and there were the New Yorkers Yorkersrowing Yorkeillrowln Yorkersrowing
rowing like novices and nd losing ground per perceptibly perceptiblY perceptibly ¬
ceptibly every stroke they took Their Theirshell Th Theirshell lr lrIbell
shell never kept on an even keel and the theforce theforce theforce
force of their I effort seemingly BeAml lrly went only
laterally and not forward forwardThe forwardL
L The crew had to follow the thestroke stroke and ha hBwall hewas
uwa wall merciless He pounded and pumped pumpedway Pllmpeltaway pumpedaway
away and the men behind him did their theirbest tbelrheRt theirbest
best to keep up Harvard in the meantime meantimewas
was a plcklhg Its way wayalong along daintily rowing rowingwith rowingwith rowingwith
with Infinite pains and precision rhe a he men menpulled menpuled menpulled
pulled puled through to their laps getting their theirheave tbelrbeave theirheave
heave on In exactly the right lrbt place and andalthough andaUhoucbthe andalthough
although aUhoucbthe the stroke was not long It i was wasdropped VBRdropped wasdropped
dropped down to about 28 to tbe minute minuteand minuteand minuteand
and was making Its power count The Thegreater Thegreater
Iltreater greater weight w of 0 the Crimson meant some lomethIn something ¬
thing thIn in every everyone one of those heaves heavesAt bM VM VMAt
At the mark that meant another half halfmile haltnlle halfmile
mile nlle to go Harvard had dropped the stroke strokato
to 102 3 21 to the minute and then was wa almost four fourlenlrthll
lengths of open water ahead It was at atthis athls sitthis
this point that Columbia for the first time timeappeared timeAJI timeppared
appeared AJI ared to bn getting together The Theshell Theah theshell
shell ah lll < began to slide through the water In Instead Instead instead ¬
stead of pounding at every evr stroke u J was wasan wasan
an improvement for as brief a time as can canbe canbe
be Imagined After ten strokes the New NewYorkers NewYorkers
Yorkers relapsed again Into the pltchlrfg pltchlrfgand
and heaving state and from then on were wereobjects wereobjects
objects of sympathy sympathyHarvard sympathyHarvard
Harvard picked up the stroke a little In
the last few hundred yards of the rare
The finishing spurt was about 37 i to the theminute themInute
minute the temporary burst of good
form on the part of Columbia had reduced
the lead of Harvard about half a length
but the finishing spurt cot that back and andmore andmore
more too When the Crimson shell w was wasacross s scross
cross the line Columbia was five and a half
lengths In the rear rearCeniysl rearffere
ffere Ceniysl put tip a spurt which was
little If anything higher In stroke than the
Columbia captain had been showing all the theJfyudJ theway
JfyudJ way down > wnh9 the Jna lane IP1 The N Nw w Yorkers
finished in time to catch the first notes of
the cheer that the victorious Harvard Harvardoarsmen Harvardoarsmen
oarsmen sat up Wearing though the race racemust racemust
must have been not a man In either crew crewcolapsed crewcoliapseel
colapsed Both were In excellent condi ¬
lion apparently apparentlycoach
coach Itlce of Columbia laid Immediately
after the race raoeHarvard raceHarvard
Harvard has a good crew and the m men n
rowed a a0od race Onr fellow never got ot
together It was a scramble all the way
Coach Wray of Harvard smiled and said
I rather expected It The men rowed
well welldIMons well
TIle tmesatabllthesareeordforthe basin
in whion no rac has been rowed since the
daryl WU OOmPhAtCd Tnaldng It a tideless
boqy of Witer The time was fast the con
dIMons being all that could be desired
The fractional times were Half mile
Harvard 342 < Columbia 24H Mile liar Harvard liarvjird ¬
vard ft 881 21 Columbia fV37 Mile and a half
Harvard 73 Columbia 7fi Finish FinishUsrysrd
Hsvurd oM Columbia 10 lOiS II
It 1 U understood there will tie another
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5 P M Admission by card only onlyThese onlyThese
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not transferable and may b obtained of the Managers upon written application applicationonly Ippikalkonly
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missions will vJibe he strictly limited to the capacity of the premises < T TILLUSTRATED e eILLUSTRATED
ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUES CATALOGUESmay J Jmay
may be had of the Managers price 100 or will be mailed postpaid for forThe forI forIThe
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The ale will be conducted by MR THOMAS E KIRBY of ofThe > K KThe
The American Art Association Manageri
6 East 23d Street Madison Square South >
ace between Harvard and Columbia next nextear nextyear
year ear In ISOS after Columbia won In IB07 IB07he 1907the
he race was at dropped droppedinien droppedEnsign
Ensign Jqnas H In Inittam ram I S N Nefereed Nrefereed
refereed his first race R M Pferrepont Pferrepontolumbla iierrepontColumbia
Columbia and irof R C KerricU Harvard Harvardwere
were llnierit llnieritThe tiniersThe
The crews rowed as follows followsHARVARD followslIAayAitt
HARVARD HARVARDCapture lIAayAittfogIon
fogIon Name Ac III lVt lVthow
how Cutler 20 5 Ii 148
2 Itlnt 22 8 10 176 176a
a F aulkner 2 S II Ill IllI
I ii It 156
8 Witbitirton ill 6 01 156
6 It Cutler III 042 13
7 WaId 20 602 III IIIStrokeSargent
StrokeSargent 21 3 tO Its ItsMeraget
Meraget 20i 4100 1787 1787Coxswain
Coxswain titlagden 28 306 110 110COItThLHtA
COItThLHtA COItThLHtASteinichnctder
Steinichnctder 21 5 Ott Lila
2 Jordan 3 5 11 187
3 Keator 21 601 170
4 latch 20 tIll lilT
3 CIaPp 28 5 tO ICI
6 Ryan 26 5 13 lOt
7 Phillips 20 it lii 171 171S
S II 171 171Averages
Averages 2 S il 1M1 1M1Coxswain
Coxswain ltockwood 20 5 06 115 115NEWARK
NEWARK IIWHRO8 WIN WINCapture
Capture m LR on N 1 I Cup In Pre Preparatory Preparator ¬
paratory School Games GamesThe GanIesThe
The Newark High School track team teamcaptured teamcaptured
captured a leg on the New York University Universitycup
cup yosterday afternoon at Ohio Field In the theannual theannulal
annual preparatory school day games jrarnfiBoys gamesBoi3
Boys High School of Brooklyn sent a strong strongrepresentation r rrepresentation
representation to the Heights and only lost lostthe lostthe
the premier honors by hnlf a point Newark NewarkII
II 8 scoring 23 J points while Boys US USscored 115scored
scored 21 points Pawling School which whichus
us St Pauls School of Garden City In pre previous previous ¬
vious years won the chancellors cup cupwas cupwas
was third with 16 13 points Centenary CentenaryCollegiate CentenaryCollegiate
Collegiate Institute brought down < three threeentries threeentries
entries this year and scored a single point pointTho pobntThe
The weather cleared off finely by th lime time timethe timethe
the games wern called A lame crowd of ofschoolboys ofschoolboys
schoolboys and I heir frlnds witnessed witnessedtli
tli this games Ihe track was In excellent excellentcondition excoilentconclttioii
condition for fast work workThe workThe
The mile run furnished the most sppctric sppctriclar
lar event of tHe programme II SV v Bring Bringham liringham
ham of Pan Pawhing ling School broke the Inter Interscholastic interscholastic
scholastic record by byrunning running the illntanno illntannoIn
In 4 minutes 41 35 seconds J Ehoratadt Ehoratadtof
of Newark II S finished a clone second secondThe secondThe
The record of 4 minutes 44 35 seconds was wasestablished wasestablished
established In 1000 by llurlbtirt of De Witt WittClinton WitiClinton
Clinton High School Hurlbtirt was present presentat
at yesterday nfternoons games KamenIj
Ij I Prltohard of yewark wark II 9 won the
220 yard low hurdles In 28 2 seconds and he healso healec
also captured the 120 yard hurdle race in
17 25 seconds Ills team mate C Drew Drewonptured Drewcaptured
captured the 220 yard dash dashwhtle while Haunck Haunckalso Itaunckalsu
also of Newark H H 3 took the high jump jumpelrarlriR jumpoloaring
elrarlriR S feet 8 Inches InchesBovBllS InchesBovs
Bovs BovBllS llS won the 410 itoyard yard dash Taylor Taylorrunning Taylorrunning
running It In M 95 seconds The half mile mileWR milewas
WR was won by C Major of Boy U S and In Inthe Inthe
the mile relay the same school won out by bya
a few inches against Newark H it In the Ihetime thetime
time ot 1 t minutes 41 seconds secondsNewark secondsNewark
Newark H B scored four firsts one onesecond onesecond
second and half a point for a tie In fourth fourthplace iourthplace
place boys II 8 took three firsts one onesecond onesecond
second and two thirds and a fourth place placePawling placePawiing
Pawling School won the mile and tied for forfirst forfirst
first place In the pole vault vaultThe vaultThe
The total points scored by each school schoolfollow schoolfollow
follow Newark H 8 JSJi 23 BoysH ioya H H 23 23Pawling 23Pawling
Pawling School ID 13 Manual Training TrainingII
II 8 It Newark Academy 819 a 15 East KastOrange EastOrange
Orange H 8 611 H Bryant H ti 8 Pe Witt WittClinton WittClinton
Clinton 5 Jersey JeraeyCity Cltv H S 8Barnard Barnard School Schooland Schooland
and Stuyyesant H 8 1 High Kohool of ofCommerce ofCommerce
Commerce Adelphi Academy 4 Yonkers YonkersII
II 8 Curtis H tt De La Balln 1 i Stevens StevensPrep Stevensprep
Prep 2 C C 1 Dwlght DwightSchool School l New NewRochelle NewBochehie
Rochelle II B 4
1 The summaries
100 Yard Run Junior JuniorWon Won by D Friend FriendManual FriendManualTralninghtighchool
Manual ManualTralninghtighchool Training High School N Olcaon Yonkers YonkeraHlCh YonkersHigI
HlCh School second U I Ziegler Steeni Prep Prepthird Preptbirt1
third C Alleva High School ot Commerce Commercefourth Commercetotirtk
fourth Time 11 seconds
100 Yard Run Senior SenIorWon Won by R T Hackm HackmDwlgnt ittcksnDwight
Dwight O ScanneU D LaSalle second K Bu Bud Rudill
d dill ll Barnard third H S Van Doren Neward NewardAcademy NewardAra4erny
Academy fourth Time 101 1036 5 > secOnds secOndsISO roon < U UMO
MO Yard Run RunWon Won by C Major Doya High HighSchool filthSchool
School A B HeTtat Curtis High School second secondH
H Hunner Manual Training High School third thirdL
L Oerow c C I fourth TIme t minutes minutesMllfth
61 Z8aeconds Z8aecondshuh
Mllfth huh H fluittIles rtire 1 HO Yards YsrdiWOfl Won by S Prltchard PrltchardNewark PritchardNewark
Newark lllsh School P I OLejry Boys Hl HIgh HIghSchool h hSchool
School second L Williams Adelpbl Academy Academythird AOademthird
third B V Hlllands Pawling School burt JounhoruahWon burtTl
Tl oruahWon p25seon bvB by U Taylor BoyaHlfh BoyaHlfhSohool Doya High HighSchool
School C Kelly MsniiafTralnln Minimal TrainIng rtlch School Schoolsecond beta betasecond
second C 161110 man IWa HlthJflohool High School third thirdW Si Siw
W Ward Manual tralnlne lllcb School fourth fourthTime fourthTime
Time MS 84 38 4 seconds
12 Ioiina Shotpiit ShiotniltWon Won by J M Parkinson ParkinsonJeroey ParkinsonIersey
Jeroey City Hlf H Sohool School with 44 feet Vit 1i Inches InchesP
P I L Coffey Bryant tilth School second with
4 411 fVet feet 4 inches A Steven Bryant Hlch School Schoolthirdwith tcbooIthIrd
thirdwith thIrd with 42 f feel et I Inches A Dlssell Newark NewarkAcademy NewarkAcademy
Academy fourth with 41 feet feetUlzh feetlltb
Ulzh Jump Jiimp14011 won by Hunrleh Newark filch filchSchool filchSchool
School S feet S inches Goulden Boys Hlch HlchSchool 111gbSchool
School ScbenU Adeiphl Academy and Oler OlerPawllnr 01crlawUng
Pawllnr School tied for aecond t feet 7 inches InohePole inchesIole
Pole Vault Vaulttbree Three men tied tied for first pac placon pacon
on the iumpofl If IliIJ HI Newark Academy won wonwith wonwith
with 10 ieS fret inches 4 Bryan ryan Pawln School was wassecond wassecond
second and Clays East Oraoca range Illjh School achoolUroad Schoolthird
third thirdBroad
Broad Jump JumpWon Won by Hanson SWyvesant SWyvesantHlchSehool UiyvsssntHighSchool
HlchSehool T with h 20 feet 8 Inohea ferijisoa PergitilOfl PergitilOfl211gb
11 211gb lib School of Commerce second with io feet feetUf feeLMj
Uf Mj Inches C Bryan Pawllnr School third with wttol
l feet a Inches O Grant Barnard fourth with withzafVarafiJow withis
is fact 9 Inches
zafVarafiJow 220 Yard 241w HurdlsWon by E PrltchfO PrltchfONewark PritchardIwark
Newark Hl high h School L V Hllsnds P Pwiiag Pwiiagiftobool wllac wllacflobool
flobool seooad T 2 A DfJter Do Wilt Clinton CllotonHlch Clinton111gb
Hlch Sohool third J 1 Daly I Be Witt WitiCunlon WitiCunlonfourth Clinton Clintonfourth
fourth Time 2A seconds
220 Yard Dash 11MbWon Won by C Druw Newark NewarkHlch Newarkfilth
filth School J Uaeaowan Cast Orange High HlchHrlinnl Highf4eli5nl
Hrlinnl vconit T Budell Barnard third A AVan ASan
Van Mnkle flojs HIgh Mehtml fount Time3OneCUlle Time
28 I 7 seconds secondsOne
3OneCUlle One Mile nunWon by U W BrlactiJCJ
Itt i iI
I Pawling School J 1 Ebentadt Newark tWh 1 41t 41ttchool
School second O MacDonald De Witt WitSf WitSfthird CBn
third O honey Bryant High School Jroojti
Time 4 minutes 413 41 35 t seconds secondsOne secOndsOne >
One illle RelayWon Relay Woo by Boys High Highwith igb 5ooetf 5ooetfwIth
with A Van V Inkle B Taylor J Olun O1oiw ft8 ft8Major
Major P OLeary Newark High SchooLj SchOol SOwd SOwdwith
with K 1 Hrltchard F I Seldler C Drew cTW fT Wafle
De H Whet Itt Clinton High School third with WItiLS I Iriia Pert
gus L Dexter L Gilbert T Spate TlBie > f
3 dilutes 41 seconds ci is I ISMART
ni niSMART
SMART SET AND ANDHORSS HOnSS V VCarabine
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Combine for Day of Entertainment tertlmttCountry at atCountry
Country Club of L LeWe44Lsxawooo < akewo4lnt fV tf tfTAKBWOOD <
TAKBWOOD N J April Aprilmost 17 T7BaverJlih3sfe T7BaverJlih3sfemost
most favorable conditions the theflila Roventh AaY AaYmini
mini flila horse show and outdoor outdooreportw outdooreportwing sports m eW eWIng
Ing under the auspices of the tleof CountryQtib CountryQtibof
of Lnkewood was held The Thecourse beauJJWI beauJJWIcourse
course was in fine condition and there tfthr8wM tfthr8wMa waS waSa
a large attendance nf the theI smartsotTh smartsotThjudges
I judges were W Strother StrotherI Jones Red Baakr BaakrDr
I Dr Charles L LIndley Lakewood and in4tQ in4tQI C CJason
I Jason Waters Atlantic City CityThe Jt JtThe
The entries for the ladles driving drlvlnonts drlvlnontsbetween ctontMfc ctontMfcbetween
between obstacles was contested cozteetetiHeatrice byjUM byjUMBeatrice
Beatrice Claflln Mlas E Madeline MadelineMins Hofflctt HofflcttMiss
Miss Klaa Home Miss Josephine D Fora Foraand Forssand
and Miss Emily Randolph Miss Madella MadellaHome MadMihome
Home won first prt prIze e with Miss Randolph RandolphKpconil RaGPJtuieconci
Kpconil and Miss Elsa Home Bornedrat third JlKift
drag hound contest brought out ou ar alsrzw alsrzwfield lar larfield
field with ton hounds from the MonmouttoSS MonmouttoSSCounty Monmouthz MonmouthzCounty
County Hounds The scent watt waathrough TaW TaWthrough
through the wooded roads In aClrouIUma aClrouIUmaroute
route and called for a run of six sixfinish mile ta tafinish
finish at the oluhhouso The Theenttlec Theenttlecniade entries WSM WSMmade
made by H L Herbert F C CIi HoDpMM
II K Ilorden Duncan Held Saratov Brstowatf f fRichard
Richard Hammond Dorothr Jjlaadti
Hannah Randolph Kmlly fiandolpo A APutman Al eei
Putman Jr Charles K Hart Jr and andReat andReatwell i iwell
well Miller Jr Kmlly EmilyItandoph Handolphst Handolphstflut a do dofirst
first with Allen Putman Jr Jrsco JrscoCharles se serharles
Charles K Hart Jr Trthird TrthirdJudging third < n > n nJudalnc
Judging panics In harness with wltha chiMg chiMgi thlId
i to drive brought out Master Jull Ju1in Qj
Romaine with Princess Miss Misshome MadohnaJH MadohnaJHHome
Home with Kldgeview Vera and Miss Els V
Horn with Tonko III Misa Elsa HonMJ Ho Hotook
took first prize Master Romaine seCOBd seCOBdand eeo eeoand
and Miss Madeline Home thirdc thirdrPonies f
Ponies under saddle brought outP outPcFt fF Ss
Colliers Lady Sanford II A O Hi JonealtMg oneeac
Nliiiior Mrs II U Herberts Polly PoiltEmily MWm
Emily Randolphs Miss Randolph tlart fli fliBros
BrosMikado Bros ilikado Miss Elsa HomeTbp8raft HomeTbp8raftand Ronno dper dperanti
and Boxy and Mlsn Katherine D Dwyoril t if
Wlcklow MUfl Elsa Horn with TOpijO 4
took first award Miss H L Herberf h1erber ltn
Polly was second and Miss Elsa Jilgawith KotSta St Stwith
with foxy third thirdThe f i Tui
The qualified hunters over regulation M
Jumps furnished exciting entertainin entertaunm96ltt4A entertaunm96ltt4AHart ntrlf ntrlfHart
Hart Bros Romulus won first iiThepJ iiThepJThe < prt ep >
The event for green hunters wnucontt4ea wascontessotwith J Jwith
with this Held Tilt Arthur E Whita 211 211Huntsman
Huntsman Davis A 4 Henderson HendersoiFasee Dnfil DnfilTasse >
Tasse Davis 4 Henderson Matinee Hart
Pros Sportsman William H i bwyr bwyrend > wrerv wrervand
and The irishman George J Dwyer Tilt Tiltgained TIlgained
gained first awardwlth Matinee second secondiemi and
Demi Tease third thirdThe P PThe >
The polo pony bending contest wag a <
beautiful exhibition of srlnntifln riding
The winners were A U 1 H Jones Jooesoil ort Nig Nigger 7gger ¬
ger H L Herbert on Mousey P F Colliert Collierton
on Lady Sanford and Hart BrosMikado BrosirS1lkadoTrophy <
t fi fiTrophy
Trophy for Race Off MarblehMug Marbleh MarblehBoSTON i iBOSTON
BOSTON April 17 17B B 8 Pcrmar ohalflf ohalflfman hijtman
man of the regatta committee of thaBoet thaBoetYacht tbsio4tpfl7
Yacht Club announced this aternoonttH
T E Jacobs offers a trophy for forMarblehead a rapee
Marbleheod between schooner yap
the Boston Eastern and CorinthianYaolubs CorinthianYa i iclubs
clubs to be held some convenl convenjeni4aeia convenjeni4aeiaAugust ntda e 1 1August
August that can be agreed upon by bychairman taaf taafchairman
chairman of me regatta committeeavefi committeeavefithese
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