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THE SUN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1912."
MARQUARD STANDS TEST
Jtttlio Yields Only Two Hits in
yivc Timings Thai lit Is
On tho Mnunil.
WILTSE AND AMKS KASY
Dodgers Pile t'p Eirli Hun in
I.nst Three Inniiips anil
Weak billing bv the (Hants spilled de
feat for them In Ilrooklyn yrstciduy. thn
Dodgers winning their sixth game of the
season from the champions The lioston
Tallenders smashed iho Philadelphia",
who are Just one gam behind thn Cin
cinnati's In the tussle for fouith posi
tion. Yesterday'a Itranlts,
Ilrooklyn, t; New York, 3
llotton. It; Philadelphia, 1
Standing; of the Clabs.
5 ! ,
uj u' iii.io is,
6 ! 10; 10( ,
4i i -I a ii
j(l flj 61 U 11
flames Lost. ,
ia'.ttlW 57 78 SS'C4 101
Kew Tork In Brooklyn.
Philadelphia In Ilniion.
St. Louis In Chle.no.
Plttiburr In Cincinnati,
Rube Marquard yesterday got prob
fl4bly his final tryout before the world's
series, and he filled the bill to a "T."
During the five Innings of his appear
ance, agalnt the Dodgers at Washington
Park, he yielded only two hits and kept
his opponents scoreless. McGraw then
decided to rest the Iltibe and motioned
"Wilts Into the camn. The latter sub
mitted to firm pounding and also was
wild, with the result that four runs came
.across, one more than the Giants hid
(cored behind h's predecessor off Cttr
Jlls. Ames succeeded Wllts In th seventh
and, though he got through that period
safely, his offorlrgs looked like big 1ml
Joons In the ehrfith. and n"ther quar
tette ws added to the Podgcr total,
making the final scon1 S to 3 against
Capt. Larry Dnyle. otherwise known as
the automobile winner, was bothered prac
tically none at nil hv the wrenched left
ankle, which he hurt in Thursday's game.
JIo played with a light bandage on II
nnd was much In evidence, taking part
In the only double play of the day and
driving out n clean single. The nnklo
bothered him so little, on this occasion
that he even tried to steal necond, nnd
the fact that lie wns thrown out wus due
cnlv to Miller's speedy hurl.
Just before the game all the fJlant"
signed their ns rr.es nnd addresses to a
long paper carried by n rr.'.n who said
he represented n leading shoe concern
ond that each of the chnmplr-.ns was to
pet. free of charge, a brand new pair of
footwear hs n reward for helping win
. th pennant.
Aftr two unproductive Innings for all
liands, the Ciants found drt' delivery
for two rrrnjhlr.g singles In the third.
Vhlch, nidd b a pair of walk', resulted
In two runs Fief her had gone o t hen
i.tarquard nm to bn' n-. ' strolled. D
vore's drive l':st out of D'her's leaeh.
put the Rabe on second Po1p fouled out
eto Miller and It looked as If anothft score
less Inning vnu'd be the result. Hut
Snodgrass w-..ted for fmir wide one?,
filling the sicki nnd Murr.iv whacked
over second for the n't on which Mar
riuard an 1 Ovore rrg,tid, nodgrass
taking third I'eil Jack t')"n tnle sec
ond, but It wai nastrd effoM, for Merkle
rxipped up i f!v for niiber'
The Pedgeis made nn 'dl" threat In
their half of the third, wnen ("uthaw
elngled after Stengel had walked Hum
mel spoiled Hi" chance M fanning for
the second tl"ie. making t-. tlil'd out. ft
ws one-tv.'o-th"e" for b""'i ta.n In th"
fourth, but M--"'i3rd p m Mnl thrill
by starting the fift'i lr i r -.o" ti d fash
ion by beat'PT r.-it a bunt toward third
base. He wni forced In Pnyli's roller
to Cutshaw nfter Pe'ote bad 'lied to
, heat. Snodgrae.i forced l.any, fntshav.-
In tlrooklvn's half or the fifth came
the play of the cnnie. one worthv of a
rliarr.plon team, with S'nodgriisi 'iinl Hart
ley It, the leading rnt. Pl'he.r was nn
second ! v'rt'te of a v nl!c nnd n wihl
pitch, when Stengel "I'igled to centre.
Fncirrnss' wlnjid the ball Imir.e nn a
I'ne. Hart'cy took It iMf ns Klsher dove
foe the vlate n la feotl ii and Klem
hollered "out" r. the mi were untang
ling thcuse'i es
Murray got br.el; in the limelight In
the. sixth. If" wns pn.J"cd too his third
base of the day. cot to third on a wild
pitch and scored on Mc-Me's single. The
iattrr was nut stealing on a questionable
rlecls'nn. Her70T th'n ."lid and sniped
l-ecnnd, but h" wan left when H.irtley
raised n Pv to Fishr and Kletcher
ft'ttck out Then the pnilireis went to
bat and hatili'd their nuatt't of counters
Cutshaw hit Wllt'c's first offering for
two bases and tallied nn Patibert's
scratch Wheat wilkrd A passed ball
put both ah "ad a base, ("'etcher Juggled
Klrkpatrlck'n hntindo nnd the hags were
f.llfd. Thfv were emptied on Mllle--'.i
double In cnlre and Ilrool.'r n took n one
Giant hopes ebbed when Keeker, Mer
He and Hot sos hrdsted files In the eighth
end var.ifchrri entirely when the pDdgers
proceeded o odd four more to their total
t-lnirles bi Duliei t. Flshi r. Miller, Cur
t s ami S:--.ird, Inteispersul with Kirk
Patrick's .ui: !".ce and an error by Fletcher
rr. ,.,.,, , uir-n Ir) ,m. Hiiingn;erret
ne iron's tatted in th" ninth merely
1 'cause it was thel- turn to do so, 'ut-
tlghtepul up after Idtting Flftoher
:th 11 pitched ball and Ol.mt rooleia
w nt l-opie tilled wlih gloom over the
(bowing of their prides in the final In
ijnis The tots' e :
m:v ouk ' 1. 1 1 nitnoKi.Yv
.. "h I Ii p a e flirh n 1 e
'-cnrrir . 1 I 1 I 0 n K'curcl.rf .3022 11 11
"vl.':h. toil 2 11 ( 'Iiva.iIi 1 i 3 i !
riiirrvs.ef .looiin H.immel.rf.l 11 n r i
Murrav.rf " 1 2 11 11 n iiauberi 1 ,1 " '1 1', A !
leeiier.rf t 0 11 11 0 11 Wheat. If. .1 2 11 1 n n
-l:ie;.'i 10 17 0 0 K'p'k.3h-s3 1 0 11 a 0
J crrmrAU. I 11 I I 11 n risher.. 2 0 11 3 a ,
llirllei'.c I 0 0 11 11 (1 Sinllh.Sb I 1 I 0 '1 11
I letc'.ier.'i I n (112 2 Mlller.c I I 1 1
1-0uard.pt tins 11 r'urtKn. loin 1 n
V'lli.e,!;, 'i n 11 o 0 0
(iM'Cotml-kl 0 11 ti n n Totals 11 ill; 11 n
A'n?.n t 0 n n t 0
t'Shafer. I n 11 11 0 fi
Tntt 31 i s;t 0 2
(m Halteii for iVte In Ihe evn h i.Miri
Cu iUHe I '01 mrt la the ul'-Pi u,i,kh
New York n 0 2 n n 1 0 0 0 n
ilrooklyn. 0 0 n 11 11 1 4
Two bate hps ' 11 h.n M-r Svrltice hits
Cutshaw, Mrspurlel. 'Mien base. -Murray v
Hrrrni. Culrhaw l'n 1 ,., i n; -off Mar
guard, 3: oft ur'l 3 oTUlUe 1 struck n il
P.y Uariusrd 3 liv ' unl. S. by W'lliae; 1- hv
Ame., 2. I Its yt Merituirrl ; n .lie Innlnili.
1, f w tne. 3 la o n Innltii lilt by p teheil bfll -lly
Curtis Kltt ne;- wild pi eh -Varnuard
VMied balls- ll.r'lev, 2 nouble riav-'lioyle
sad rictehcr t.efi on b.e.ve,v York. ; Brook-JrHs.7'-,1
mf,rt ,n rhlIf. Km- field uriplra--C,-W.
71mi hour on M iiUnutes,
Sun To Give Its Readers
The Best on Big Series.
TIIM .M'.V tin arranged to
Blvr It renders the Af.lt V IIF.ST
service on the World's Ilnnebnll
The afnn baseball apeclnltst
nh our abllltr Is n kniinn qnnn
tlty will rhrnnli'lr everything
rot-redly nnil completely. No
iletull of Interest or moment
Mill he missed, sshcthrr It lie nn
the field, In the atnmla or not
lile the park. In addition to
the regular ataft men. fleorgr
1'llrli will he there to drink In
nil the hniunr of the ocraalnn
nml Trrlle an lie aeea It. Mr.
Fitch's keen sense of humor la
well known throngh hla "SI
wnah rollece" ynrns anil "In
atile Unit In the C'hnreh I.enicne"
The next heat thlnit to bclnir
at the rninira will he In
READ THE SUN.
NEWARK BALL CLUB IS SOLD.
r.btirla nnil .HclCeever of Brooklyn
liny Out Smith anil MvRlnnlty.
The lo of the Newark International
league club transpired yesterday accord
ing to schedule. Ninety-five shares of
stock held by II, Clay Smith and Joseph
McGlnnlty were sold to Charles H, Kb
bets and ICdward J. McKeever, owners of
the Ilrooklyn club, and George I.. Solo
mon. Tho prlco paid was nlmitt I3J.00O.
and McGlnnlt received his unconditional
release. The Newark club will hold a
meeting shortly, when Solomon probably
will be elected piesidcnt. Harry Smith,
it is said, will be appointed manager of
Kbbcts nnd McKeever now own 130
shares of stock, Solomon has 40, tho
Wledcnmayer Interests 31, Abram Feist 8,
John McLaren 2 and C. P. Schmidt 2,
making a total of 233" shares. After the
sale McGlnnlty Issued a statement to tho
Newark fans, thanking them for their
support during the past four years.
LOCAL BASEBALL ENDS TO-DAY.
UlRhlandera Meet Senator Host
Rhbeta ProTldea a Coneert.
As to-day's game bitween tha Giants
and ftrooklyns will be the, last National
League affair at Washington Park Pri si
dent Kbbets has engaged the Twenty
third Regiment Hand to give a concert be
ginning at 1 o'clock. When the last rlayer
has been retired tho band will play "Auld
Incidentally to-day Is the anniversary
of the birth of the late Henry Chadwlck,
the "Father of Uaseball," and the Brook
lyn club will see to It that his grave In
Greenwood Cemetery Is nultnbly deco
rated. The American League season here also
winds up to-day with the final Kme be
tween the Highlanders and Senators.
HUBS USE UMPIRE TACTICS.
Jlnke Fonrla Miserable hr Itnlllna;
I'p Score of 14 to it,
Roston, Oct. 4. The Hubs treated two
of the Phillies' twlrlers without mercy
this afternoon and won an overwhelming
victory, scire It to 2, errors assisting In
the slaughter. With the exception of
Klrke, the star hitter of the locals during
the pnt few das, each of the Hotonlann
took at least one snfo wallop ut the
The score :
nosTo.v (,v i. !'iiii..ni:i.piu.(V i
b r h n a e an r ti ti a e
I'ampb'll.rf s 2 3 u n pr,ert.cf I u 1 o n 0
)rin.Jti 5 t 1 a o iicjinn..iti I l l a l
Sweeney .Sti.l 2 13a o Micec.lf I 1 2 0 u 1
Klrke.lf. 4 1 0 2 0 0 1 rsvnth.rf 4 o 2 .1 0 o
Tltu-.rf H .1 2 l t) n UM-r..;i. i n I : I u
Itnuser.iri. ., J Jii o o i.uucr ,iu i o nr. i i
M llWIIO.w. J II 1 2 5 1 DiHlfe.s. 10 113 1
HnrlUen.e 111200 Mnron.i 2 n n i 2 n
Ites.n S 2 1 0 o o MarMMll.po 0 it 1 0 o
- - - - (iMIIIlT. . 1 0 O II 0 0
Total .311152111 1 i ltinrraii,p2 0 0 0 3 0
Totals 33 2 021 13 4
mi Pi'ted for Vnrhill In the third Inning.
PhlhrtrlphU . tnnloouoo-2
lloMnn 1 7 0 0 2 1 0 0 -14
Two hue hltr llnijver. peltn Three lusc
hlt -Donn. Mnrie. lie llnaie run 4'mnp
bell ;.ii-rltlee 1M' Ur-s, huienry, llnrnnMlle.
Iio'ible - lnrntiille, hweeney anil ilnuer.
IicUu nail Ibiu.er, Devlin, Sweeney and llmi-er,
Valn nnd I.iiiHt i. hwrenej. Marsnvllle snil
llouer lx-tt on bi.-es Uo-ton. I; I'l.llaitelphln,
s Hrt base on bdlls, Oil llesj. I. oC ilanhnll.
1. o'r i inrcrsn. 2 I lrt bc nn i rror bostoti. 3,
IMIHilclrhH, I "truck nut Hy lle. J; by
Muri-hill, 1 Passed ball Mnran. t'mplres
Jul sm.io tinl l.rsoa. lime 1 hour nnd 2t
TIGERS EASY FOR WALSH.
Holds Them to Only Mi Hits, While
lloehler Yields Thirteen.
Petcoit, Oct. 4. Big Kd Walsh of the
White Sox allowed the Tigers Just hlx
scattered hits to-day, while itccruit lloeh
ler, pitching for the Tigers, wns touched
up for thliticn, the game golnc to the
visitors b a 7 to 2 score.
The score :
ni'.'iii'MT ' rmcAor) a i. .
'" all r h p a e h r Ii p a e
linMi .1 0 1 4 4 0 l!aih.2b . 4 12 3 .' II
( nrrtdim.Sb 4 0 I) I 3 o Lout. If . 5 0 o il n o
Jnne,rf. n n i i n Collins, rf I 2 2 .1 u n
( otib.cf 4 10 0 ii n lluillr.cr... 4 1 1 n n 0
Vearh.lf. . I o 1 4 u o linrton.lb. 3 1 2 14 1 n
l.o'Ji1i n,2li 1 0 1 2 2 2 Zeliler.:ih .5 0 1 0 2 0
1' orisliivv.lbi (i nia I n UeaM'r.n.ri 1 2 3 4 1
,t (invliiH.c. 3 12 2 1 n Siilllv.in.c .4 12 4 10
ilcililer.il J o I n I 1 nll.,ii.. 2 u 1 i) r, I)
Total 32 2 fi2. II 3 Totals S5 7 1327 1!) 1
f'tllcagii .. t 0 2 u e 0 1 2 1 I
unroll 0 o n q o ii 1 i ii 2
Tho hrjo tills-Collins. 2; Horton. Vearh,
Sullivan, Hmlle sirneK nut He Wsl.rt, 4, li
linrhler, 1. lia-es ni hall -oil Walsh, 2: ml
lloehler, . DmiM" plnj. Lnuilrn, Hush and n
Onslnu: ,1. finlnw unit r Onslow; Hush atnl
Louden: Jones and I. Oulnu. wild pitch
llnihler. I'k"d hah .1 Dnmv. I'mplrcn
t LiMiithllii ,ini Mfin-evy llino-1 hour and
NOTES OF THE DIAMOND.
Sotneho'v or other lied Sox players are not
uo, iic In much for neHniMper wrttltir nn the
woims Mnri iiitiit s the matter in llontnnr
LiWrary iiijh In a lump?
Althtnith the lied Sox heat Malty once, the
, rccirti. lo shn-v tint be heal' them once and
1 neni mem in aix mis, en mere la auinc, nurm
lur the Utanti
II eemi thai an American Association man
ujer is to vie'i the worlds aeries "with nn eye
out for possible material" Wonder who ho
Wdtiu, Speaker or l)oler
Denver has won the Wrttrrn I-eagun cham
pionnhlii liemrr ulwajs at limh up.
A SI Louis crillo telli of an odd play, one
by which a ember buiI pikhcr both sot an
dent 011 a rtrlUe out. The third strike kh,
""' "ul, lnp ',at','T swung, the ball
1,n '.rom "," "''herr. pad to the inluid
, ami Ilia pitcbsr llung it lu firm
, . . . . . .', . ,
,,, .'!' ,,.hat ?fllt ?? hehlnd eloed gales In
I luhy lien ths Athletics wrre achnolitig Ihe
'! ,So '" ll0w " l,'al "Ul Oianta Is 11 mss.
,,,ri' ,1UI " saul i0 hav'' Included a black-
board talk, a drill In the Oklahoma ahifl, Ibe
I nut field forward pnsa, booting thn leather and
" ' vote on how the world'a ierie will
, come out.
! Oentle jibes ar blnir hurleil at MefJraw for
hating men out to nbeerie Ibe Inn few names
I of Ibe lied for 'lney aren I not'M.-iry, for
Milr' record shows he hasn't the Liinleal
'Idea of t lie) baseball LUKinem,
I In order to decide Jmt bow much the demon
, rum did have to do with the Cubs nln thn
lu-iiiiniii ut,- ,,ri iui'i iiryn in -iiurpny s coll
atrllation ou(ht to get loirlher for a aeries.
As soon as the paramount quritlont whether
Matty or Wood i supreme and whether Doyle
or Speaker Ii the belter run getter and quill
aintrer are decided, ths nation will have time
to And out who this Hull Moon, this Wood.
row and ibis e PsU rl ars mzisa creund
(be country ara, " "
Sennlors Win Another Hull
From Wol vert on's Crew,
1. to 'J.
McMillnn nnil Sweeney MnUc
Mistiihes Tlint Hesnlt.
The Washington! must win ftom the
Highlander again to-day In order to pro
vent a tie for second place. The Senators
trimmed the Hlllmen jesterdny, but tho
Athletics managed to upset tha lioston
licit Sox. The Chicago White Sox sub
dued the Detrolts utid Increased their bold
on fourth position.
tVafhlnstotr, 4; New York, 2.
Philadelphia, 4: lioston, 3
Chicago, 7: Detroit, I.
Stasias at tha CI a as.
w it n
17! 19 104l
14' 19 91
10i I 7
10 14 13
i6 i;i to
11 4 b
14 131 74'
ni 18) CU
6; ft B
2. Ci I
Ollnil tOtt. . . . I 47 eo H
Washtncton In New York.
Boston In Philadelphia.
Chicago In Detroit,
Cleveland In St. Louis.
Dutch Schaefer and Nick Altrock. the
baseball clowns, made 1,600 fans laugh
at American League Park yesterday,
while the Highlanders wero receiving an
other dressing down at the hands of tlw
Senators, tcoro 4 to 2. If It hadn't been
for the antics of GrlfTs Jesters, the af
ternoon would have been ono of tho sad
dest of the year on the Hilltop, liox
Ing and wrestling with Imaginary antago
nists, tight rope walking, ground and
lofty tumbling and good natured Josh
ing by tho Washington comedians put
everybody In good humor.
Dob Groom pitched for the Senators.
He had everything, as the player. sny,
nnd the Wolverton crew gathered only
five hits. Two of them came together
In the sixth Inning, when Stump with one
down singled to centre nnd reached third
on Smith's double, which Milan partially
stopped while on the dead run. Stump ran
home" on McMillan's racrlllci' lly
McMillan worked his way around In the
last inning when he took two bases on
a pass, tho fourth ball being n wild
pitch, stole third nnd counted on Swee
ney's out. In four other Innings, the Hill
toppers had men on bases but In each In
stance Groom tightened up Hnd tho run
ners remained anchored,
Russell Ford, on the other hand, was
hit much harder than the penre Indicates.
Ho received rome dazzling support, also
some jellow backing, Daniels caught a
fierce liner from Foster's bat with his
gloved hand the ber-t play of the game
whlln Mldklff also made a running one
handed pickup of a bunt and nailed Groom
at first base with a rapid heave.
Mueller hammered the leather Into the
centre field utand for a homer In the
third roudd Two were out nt tho time,
and Smith, the voting outfielder. mis
Judged the drive A moment later Foster
raised a fly Just hack of second bae.
Stump was about to c.itch It when he
hi ard cries from Smith and Lellvclt, who
were sprinting hl wny So Stump let
the. ball drop safely to the turf. It was
n sample of Highlander pliy.
Hrrors by Me.M'llm arid Sweene handed
three runs nnd the game to the Senator"
In the tdxth inning Milan Pned u two
bagger to left with one nut nml sennd
when McMillan fal'i d to stop Gandil s
comparatively cay grounder. The latter
reached third on Laporte's srratch two
bagger. Smith misjudging the bHll. Shanks
grounded to McMillan, who nailed Gan
till nt the rubber, l.apnrte taking third,
Shanks stole second nnd McRrlde boomed
a high foul which was squarely muffed
by Sweeney, therein- losing a chance to
tetlre the side. Mi Hrlde then walked
and Williams sent two mnn home with
a sharp base hit over the middle bag.
Wolverton batted for Ford In the final
period nnd struck out.
1 he score :
.siiin(;tov. I nhw Yonn i . l.i.
.. nb r h P a el ab r h n a e
Mocller.rf. .") 1 2 i MMkirf.3b..l n n 1 ; l
rotrr,3b 3 0 112 n Cha-e.lb 4 0 010 1 n
Milan rf.. t 1 3 1 0 1 llanlcKlf 3 0 0 2 0 0
(iaiulll.lb I n l 11 n o l,vet.rf 4 n 1 ,1 o o
!.ipo-tc.2b. 1112 4 1 st,inip,:b 111130
MianUs.lf 3 112 0 0 Smlth.rr 4 o t n n n
M'llrllc.ss .10 0 1 4 0 .M'Mian.K: ,u I
Mllllarns.c mill n'Mi'ticc. s u s 3 1
(ironm.p .4 010 2 o Inrd.n 3 ii o n i n
,wolv tnn 1 u fi 0 0 0
Totals.. ,31 4 11 27 13 21
I Totals 32 2 .127 IS 3
M) natted for I'ord In the ninth Inning.
Wai.litncton ooi 0 0 3 0 0 04
New Vnrk .... 0 n 11 11 ti 1 11 0 i;
Two lime hits- Milan, Lipnrte, Smith Home
I'un Mueller bacrlliee lilt Mump. Sacrltlco
l'. McMillan. Molen bai-CH Shaiil:. chnwe.
M imp, .McMillan. 1 Irst base on error,- Wash
ington. 1 New York, 2. first base nn li$ -on
liionni, t. nil Port!, 2. Struck nut Hi (ileum, .1,
b l ord, .1. l.eii en base waMilnKtnu. a New
nrk. a. Wild pilch- (iroiim empire In chief
lilr.een. Held umpire Hart. 1 line-1 hour and
CHAMPIONS NOT TIMELY.
I'nll In lilt llnilck In Crltlcill Mo-ini-iilH
nnil .Make Dumb I'liiya,
Pitii.APEM'iiiA, Oct. 4. Inability to hit
llouck at crltlcill moments and careless
b.iSH running cost thn Boston champions
to-day's game with thn Athletics by a 4 to
3 score. Tho Red Sox madn eight hits
off tho former Portland, Ore., boy, scat
tered In six Innings, but had tho runners
been keenly nlive to many promising situ
ations, they would havo landed enough
tuna to lnvo won.
The scoiu :
HOSTON' (A. L.I, IPIIILADl'.I.PHIAfA.L.)
nb r h p a e all rli p a e
Hooper, rf .2 nolo m Murphy ,rf.:i t 1100
Yerkrs.2h. 4 0 0 2 1 0 Oldrlng.rf 10 3 10 0
Spealirr.rf. 4 1 2 2 0 I H.CnU' s,2b2 10 3 2 0
l.ewls.lf . 4 1 I S o 0 llalier,3b. 12 I .'. 0 0
i:ntrle,3h . 4 1 2 2 4 (i Minties.ibll n t s 3 o
Stuhl, lb J u o 4 o 1 Walsli,lf.,:i u o 1 0 n
Wagrier.ss 2 0 13 2 0 Harry.ss 3 0 0 3 2 1
Carrlitan.c I (I o I 4 ojl Biin.c . .3 0 0 4 4 1
Thomas, c 1 (I (I I o I lluuck.p, 3 0 116 1
allenrlks'n i o 1 ii o 0,
II i'olUri'..p. 2 u 1 0 1 in Totals.. 28 4 72718 3
tCmly 1 (I (I (I 0 (I
Tolali 2S 3 H2I12 3'
(ni Hailed for Thomas la Ihe ninth Innlnr.
irn Hailed fur Collins in the ninth Inning
llnsimi 11 n 11 n n 2 11 n 1-3
I'hllaili'liilila. u 1 1 11 0 2 0 0 .- 4
Two base hit-Speaker. Three base, hit
l-euls, nnriir run llauci. Kncrlllce tills -htalil,
Ycrliis. .stolen bnscs Warner, I. Murphy,
llnnprr. First base on errors -Philadelphia, I;
Huston. 1. Left 1111 bases Phlladetnhla. 4: Ilnitnn.
8. Struck nut lly llnuck, 4; by Cnllliis, 6. Double
pla Harry, Collins mid Mclnnes, First base nn
balls- Off llouck, 6. ulf Cnlllna, 2, llll byrllched
ball . lly llnuck (It Collins, Warner, Hooper.
Htahli. Umpires Kcan and Evans, Tlmo-2
hours and 3 minutes,
Baseball, Washington Park, To-day, a
I. M. Ilrooklyn va. Olants. 1'lnil game
Ehsnnon'a23rd Heglmcnt Daud, 4dr,
I1ASEIIAI.L TO-DAY, a P. M. N. Y. Ameri
cans vs. WaaUasios. Acutr, Lttn Ptth, Acs,
50c Aa. ,
ALL'S WELL IN RED SOX TOWN.
llOilli-r Sin I Irs Approval of War
Tickets Are llrlnn; Sold.
Rostov, Oct, 4. Generally spealitng
lliete has been no dlssntisfnctlun expressed
by bust bull fans over tha method fol
lowed by the American League club here
In the distribution of scats for the world's
set le. Thetu were several telephone calls
nt the i, lllce nt the club this morning
fiont pemons -'ilrliii; Information about
the method emplojed In tho allotment of
tickets, ninny fans having applied for
four, six or more tickets, but unless
they liml some Npeclnl claim to preference
they received only 11 part of thta num
ber. It was they who wanted to know
"what tho matter wan." The general
answer they received waa that tho
management had dune everything In Its
power to malio the allotment of scata
lensonably fair. In order to do thlt It
bad been necessary to cut down on sum
of tho applications.
Secretary John Heydler of the National
Uascbalt Commission was one of the
morning visitors at Fenway Park. He
came over from New York last night In
order to havo a look at the lioston
grounds to-day and nee how the de
livery of tickets was helnn carried on.
Ho tefused to say an) thing In regard
to tho wny the Roston club was handling
mutters, hut a broad smile betrayed his
satisfaction that everything was goxg
along well nml that the ticket scalpers
would he defeated this year.
Heydler remained at the office for about
an hour and then left, ostensibly to re
turn to New York.
Tickets good for three games here al
ready aro bringing fancy prices among
the speculators. It of course has been
absolutely Imoosalble. with some four
teen thousand tickets being sold to the
public, to keep overy one of the seats
uul; of speculative hands, but the system
that has been employed by Secretary Mc-
Roy at the Red Box headquarters in tne
allotment has reduced the chance of spec
ulation to the minimum. One of the
gentry that annually does a land ofllce
business In handling tickets for the big
college foothall games and boat races de
clared this morning that the worlds se
ries dlfln t look good to him.
The fact that the reserved seat tickets
havo been Issued only for all three games
put a decided crimp In the speculator
right at the start for the reason that
he has no chance to sell a single ticket
for the first game, even at a premium,
unless he passes out the ticket for all
three to the purchaser.
To-day tho ruling price paid for a II
scat In the grand stand good for three
games was 125,
CONTRARINESS FEATURE OF
Xenrly Every Match in Tourney
for Metropolitan Title a
I'p lo the third round of the women's
singles In tho lawn tennis tournament for
the metropolitan title at the West Side
Tennis Club In West 23Sth street, the
old proverb "Turn about Is fair play"
was strictly adhered to. In this round
Mrs. Pouch fell before the steady play
nf Miss i:. Marcus, and was vanquished
In straight sets by scores of ( 2 and
7. Tho result of the match proved a
surprise to the followers of the game
present, despite the fact that they should
havo been surprise-proof after the steady
chain of reversals during the week, which
stnrtrd with the defeat of Miss Rrowne
by Miss Wagner, The second link was
welded when Mr W. Pouch turned the
tables on Miss Wagner, while Miss Mar
cus Kept up the good work by coming
out victorious over Mrs. Pouch. .
Miss Marcus's victory In this match
was due mainly to her steady play and
her ability to place the ball. When Miss
Marcus came up to meet Miss Ina Klssell
In tho seml-tlnal round there were many
who expected that she would follow the
example set by the others and lose. But
she fooled everybody, met Miss Klssell
with contldencn and added flashes of
brilliant play to her steadiness, which
netud her the match In straight sets
hy scores of 6 1, 2. By winning
from Miss Klssell, Miss Marcus earned
the right to play Mrs. R. N. Wllllame
in th" final this afternoon. Mrs. Will
iams had defeated Miss E. nunce. earlier
la the day by scores of 6 4, t 2.
As 11 result of the matches In the seml
tlnal round of the women's doubles, Mrs.
R. N. Williams and Miss R. Runce will meet
Mrs, W. Pouch and Miss Handy In the
final The defeat of Miss Wagner and
Miss Fish by Mrs. Pouch and Miss
Handy came dh a surprise.
Mrs. Harger Wallach and Little quali
fied for the final in the mixed doubles
hv winning from Mls Clare Cassell and
II. R. Voshell.
Women's flnitles Third Roans' Mils E.
Marcus defeateit .Mrs. W. I'ouch. 2, 7.
Seml-nnal Itnund Mn. It. N. Williams a,
feated mim 1: Hunce, 4. I 2; Miss E
Marclll defcatid Miss Ina Klssell, 1, 3.
"Women's Doubles Seml-tlnal round Mrs.
It N Williams uml Miss E. Dunce defeated
Mrs r L'hanmnn and Mrs. McLean. 3 8.
I- 4. 6 0. Mrs W. Pouch and Miss Handy
lrreateii .miss elans linmr ana -Mln run,
4 tt. 1 I. i 1
MUfJ Doubles Second round Miss
Ilrnwno nn'l r. I-. atson oereated Mrs
It N Wlltlanm and K. Leonard. 61. 4 ,
Third Round Miss nrnwne ami K F
Watson defeated Mrs. anil Mr. Touehard,
03, r. 3 Mrs llaruer-Wallach and II Lit
tie tefeated Mrs. (leo-ga Chapman and C
M Hull. C 1, 41, C J.
Semi-final Hound Mrs. narsar-Wallach
nnd It. Little defeated Miss Clara Caaiell
uml H H. Voshell. 61, 64.
Cnnolatlnn Mnsles Second round Mlaa
Dorothy Kane defeated Mrs. Cooke, 6 4,
1. 2, Mra F. Pchmlu defeated Mlit Jane
llowsori. I 4, 6 3, Mlas C. Cassell de
fnated .Miss O. Delia Torrs, 60, 61.
Sembtlnal Hound Miss Dorothy Kane de
feated Mrs. F, Sehmlta, 84, 1 4, 64,
BOOMERANG JOLT FOR FOGEL.
Lynch Won't Appoint an Umpire for
A boomernng Jolt was Inflicted on
Horace Fogel by President Lynch of the
National LeBguo yesterday. It took the
form of a refusal by Lynch to appoint
u National League umpire for the city
series of f,ames between the Phillies and
Athletlrs, Mr, Lynch pejrtlnently ob
served that charges of dishonesty have
been made against National League um
pires by Fogel, and that until these
charges havo been Investigated no urn
plie should umpire for the Philadelphia
club beyond the length of time called for
by his Nutlonal League contract. Such
wns the text of a telegram he sent
yesterday to Mai Kason In response to
the following telegram:
"Shettsllno of Philadelphia has picked
me for series commencing Monday, Will
you niease mo of my promise to work
New York game Monday, so that I can
Lynch's reply make It evident that
he la deeply offended at Fogel, and he
scores pietty effectually In refusing to
appoint for n post-season aeries In which
Fogel's club Is engaged.
Renowned on land and sea
ANTHILL COCHRAN! LtaV
DUBLIN A BKLJTAIT
DESCRIBED BY LAJOIE
Veteran Player Declares lied
Sox Star Never Has Hcen
JION'US IS CONSERVATIVE
Chief Meyers Again Preparing
to Do Ono of McOraw's
Napoleon I.ajoie, who has faced alt
ktnds of pitchers since he made his bow
In major league company back In 139C,
says that Joe Wood of tho lioston Red
Sox never has been equalled. Lajole, one
of the biggest batsmen In the American
league this voar. when asked tho other
day to tell Just why tho Red Sox star was
111 a class by himself, replied :
"lie's got everything combined: physical
development, stamina. Iron nerve and
brains, also natural pitching skill, wood
excels In knowing how to pitch to differ
ent batsmen. His head work Is one'of tho
reasons why he Is at the head of the class.
He believes In mixing 'em up, which, in
my opinion Is the most effective method
employed to decelvo hitters. Look over
the records and you'll find that the most
successful pitchers In any kind of com
pany have learned tho knack of mixing
the fast with the slow ones without alter
nating their delivery.
"Wood looks like the swiftest pitcher
I've ever faced. He seems to have morn
speed than Amos Rusle, Rube Waddell,
Rube Marquard, Walter Johnson and
others I could name. Yet he develops
this wonderful speed with an easy over
hand motion which enables him to keep
his balance and control the course of the
ball. It Is not exaggerating It a bit when
I say that at times I have been unable to
see Wood's fast ball as It sped over the
With the same overhand motion Wood
can pitch a tantalizing slow ball, the kind
that looks as If It never would reach the
plate. Then he can show a wide curve
ball, delivered with tho same motion,
which Is a bird. Wood didn't have this
curve last rear, but It suddenly came to
him when the Red Sox were training In
the South last spring. He's perfcoted It
since so that It's about the quickest break
ing ball I've ever tried to hit. Wood has
all the American League batsmen tabbed.
He never overlooks a fault. If he has tho
numbers of the Giants they won't make
any headway. Wood looks to me like the
one best bet,"
The Red Sox, according to Boston fans,
have the only big five In major league
company nowadays Joo wood, Trls
Speaker, Bill Carrlgan, Charley Wagner
and Larry Gardner. The Giants protest.
McGraw has another big five In Tesrenu.
Mathewson, Meyers, Larry Doyle and
Charley Herxog. Hut big fives aro not
ball teams. Just whimsical selections of
ball tossing favorites.
The major leagues are filled with good
catchers, but they don't make them any
better than Chlf Meyers. The series with
the Athletics last year found the Indian
one of the Giants' mainstays. In the
heat of battle ho remained cool headed
nnd good natured. He was tho real
sportsman under the most trying circum
stances and ho caught magnificently. All
this year Meyers has been the steadying
Influence. He has shown greater skill
behind the bat than ever before. He has
hit the ball harder and more frequently
and has made every pitcher fear him In
a pinch. Some critics prattle about the
greatness of Matty, Marquard and Tcs
reau, forgetting tlfat the redskin peering
through tho steel mask la doing at least
half the work. Meyers, after a InvofT.
Is rounding Into splendid form nnd will
be the same Rig Chief when the teams
lock horns next Tuesday. Remember,
too that In Arthur Wilson Meyers has n
substitute who ranks close to the top
TT fl ,1 IV n -r- Tt'Un . I .
about baseball because a penholder Is not
( ssnp hs a oai, is willing to be
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world's series. The Dutchman thinks that
r miii! ueiween ine uiants and the
Red Sox will be a test of pitchers, with
small scores and luck playing the most
Important part In esch result, Wagner
says that while Tesreau has displayed
remarkable ability this year he has not
had enough experience to shoulder so
much responsibility and that Mathewson
will prove the man of the hour. Wag
ner Is a Giant rooter.
'Have you an opinion on the world's
scries . asked a guest nt an uptown hotel
"I have." replied the clerk.
"What Is It?"
"I never saw the ned Sox, but when
To-morrow's Sunday Sun
Remarkable war waged single handed by a Chicago young woman against
the dive keepers of West Hammond, who ran the town. How she won the
Miss Belle Beach, the famous horsewoman, tells women how to ride and drive.
She advocates the sidesaddle and is in favor of docking horses.
A New Jersey church that advertises and finds that it pays. How the adop
tion of business methods' has secured civic reforms and wider use of public
Business philosophy of a successful man who started with a pushcart and has
now reached affluence. He believes the opportunities are as great now as ever.
Who will be the next President of Cuba? An election is to be held there soon.
The candidates and what they have done to demand recognition.
What the American women really think about voting, whether they want to
vote or not, will be shown in the result of THE SUN'S $100 prize competition
for the best short article on either side of the subject. A number of able and
clever contributions on the question will be printed.
Has the match been struck in the Balkans to set fire to Europe? Will the Turks
be driven back to the Bosporus? These questions are uppermost in the news
of the world to-day. Tho exact status of affairs in the Near East will be enter
tainingly described and fully explained.
they see McGraw on the coaching lines
they'll quit I"
"I'll pay my hill rfght now. I'm from
Boston and I won't stay hero another
moment!" exclaimed the guest us he
told the porter to get his luggage. And
he went away too,
Larry Gardner of the ned Sox was an
Interested spectator nt Washington Pari;
yestetduy. He sit behind the netting nnd
made notes now and then us this or that
Giant failed to hit a certain kind of ball.
Huston scouts were sleuthing on Thurs
day ton. Wood will take u mental snap
shot of thn New Yorks to-day. McGraw,
Mathewson and Mutquaul have closely
observed tho lleanenters also. McGraw
wouldn't tell you what he .stowed awuy
In his mind for a 110,000 motor car.
Although Jake Stuhl. the Roston'
manager and field captain. Is powerfully
built and big enough to whip some of the
white hopes, he lacks pugnacity and ag
gressiveness. He Is modest and retiring
nnd doesn't care for the spotlight. For
this reason some faint hearted persons
seem to think that Stahl will loso confi
dence In himself during the big games and
may not play tip to the usual standard.
Rut 1 he astute James McAleer says this
Is all nonsense and predicts that Stahl's
big bat will be heard from.
President Ban Johnson of the Ameri
can League naturally hopes the Red Rox
will win, but he openly states that he be
lieves the Giants will prove wonderfully
strong In the box. Johnson, while not
on friendly terms with. McGraw, frankly
admits that the manager of the Giants
Is never asleep.
Tho rivalry between the two leagues
Is so bitter Just now that expert opinions
by magnates, managers and players as to
the big games are worthless. Ever since
Hugh Jennings got Into a Jam with the
American League moguls for picking the
Giants and rooting for them last year,
honest opinions In many cases have been
suppressed. A star National League Irj-
neiner rccenuy 101a iiix bun man mni
It wouldn't be advisable for him to be
quoted. "I've got to be for the National
League," ho said. "So I can't say that
lioston will win. But nobody can pre
vent my friends from having a few bets
on the Red Sox." Jennings, by the way,
is taking no chances this time. He sas
tho series will bo olose, each team having
an equal chance.
The Giants will take the field Tuesday
equipped with everything new. The uni
forms. It Is said, will not be Jet black this
year. The color was the Jinx last fall,
McGraw believes, hence probably white
or gray uniforms this time. How about
navy blue? It's a guess for the fans.
Two years of team play have made
McGraw's Infield a imnnlhlv sveeuinv
machine. Merkle, Doyle. Fletcher and
Herzog should play with much confidence
this time. They went through fire nnd
brimstone In the Athletic series. There
will be no rattle headednes this time.
At least this Is the prevalent belief in
the Giants' camp.
AUSTRALIA GETS 101, ALL OUT.
Visitors Slnarjrlah In Fielding;, Al-
liiTrlnc Many nonndary Hits,
IlAVEitronn, Pa Oct. 4. The All Phila
delphia cricket team scored 215 runs for
the loss of seven wickets to lftl runs, nil
out, scored by the Australians In the final
session of the second international match
played on the Merlon Cricket Cluh
grounds to-day. J. Bart King with 4R
runs, John L. Kvans with 30, Dr. F. C.
Sharpless with 27 and Anderson with 35
not out, were the top scorers for the home
The visitors seemed a bit sluggish In
their fielding and the local batsmen were
credited with many boundaries that could
nave Deen cut down to singles by cleaner
The score nnd bowling analysis :
AUSTRALIAN'S, PRIST I.V.VLV03.
. C. Kelleway, b Clark i
H. Webster, b Clark '
K. It. Mayne, c Anderson, b Klnr M
D. Smith, 1 b w. bKlng .!.......... . 4
m. k. i.regory, d. King o
i . .i. Ainiinew?, o mug 4
X. O. Darker, b Wood B
w . car Keen, d w ood n
S II. Kmery.b Clark
vi . j. w nuiy-noi out.
J. W. MacL&ren, l b w King
King 01 g
Clark 84 6
O'Neill 12 0
l nrv4 , a r.
nuns' at the fail of each wicket Australia
12, 1, 19, SO, 41, 74, 7, 101, 101, 101.
Haree Coach of St, Ilnrtholnmr vra.
Johnny Hayes, who became famous by
winning the marathon race In London In
ItViS, has been engaged tocoach the athletes
of the St. Bartholomew A. C, This will not
be his first experience In the coaching
line, as he was In charge of the American
marathon team that supplied so many men
In the leading division at Stockholm. Hayes
first became prominent on th cinder rath
as a member of the 8t. Bartholomews. He
thinks that In Mundt, Laudgraf and others
he has the nucleus of a strong cross-country
Nearly Severs Finger in Broken
Glass, Imt Takes Matcii
of Last Green.
MiiS. HAHLOW GOES WKU,
In Eliminating Miss Semplc
She Plays Sterling Golf and
Looks a Winner.
M.kNCiir.smt. Mass., Oct, 4, -Two Kn stern
women camo through Iho seml-flnal nf thn
women's national golf championship at
F.ssex County to-day. Miss Margaret Cur
tis of lioston, the present title holder, is
one antl Mrs. P.. II. Darlow or Philadelphia
Is the other.
It looked as though Miss Katherlne Melius
of l.o Angeles would go through to tho
final without n strugglo when It wns learned
that Miss Margaret Curtis hail injured
her right hand badly. A doctor was obliged
to take flvo stitches to closo up a gaping
wound that Hourly severed her llttlo finger
The Injury was sustained in accidentally
pushing her hntiil through a wlndowpane.
Tho attending physicians granted per
mission to plav and after bandaging thi
two last flngoM together anil winding yards
of white absorbent rolton around the palm
Miss Curtis went to tho first tee nnd started
off without any practice.
Iter flint teo shut brought her great ap
plause , lor It wan straight down the courso
and hail good distance. Three topped Irons
shots followed, however, showing that ths
short game was to pause the trouble.
'Ihey wero all stpiaro at tho turn, Miss
Curtis requiring Mi to her opponent's 41,
Coming home n Mirny at the seventeenta
gave Miss Curtis tho holo when she was on
down, and as the champion played the last
liole perfectly In ." tho match was hers.
Great applause was accorded Miss Curtis
as Miss .Melius congratulated thothree good
fingers left on herftight hand.
For good scoripg Mrs. Harlow was In ths
limelight to-day: her medal play going out
was 41 and she was four up on Miss Oraoi
Bempteof St. Louis. MlssSemplo wasont In
40yesterday, hut took 47to-dayand then lost
the first two holes coining In, The match
was over on the fourteenth green, where
half In 3 gave Mrs. Harlow a Sand 4 victory.
Miss Semple had halved the twelfth hole
hv a good approach and holding a long putt
for a. After playing thn odd all the way to
t lie long thirteenth she act ually w on the hole,
as Mrs. Harlow required jhreo putts. On
tin- fourteenth Mrs. Harlow had to play her
second shot w tth one foot In a shallow b rook
and JtiHtgotout. Ilerthlrd was topped, but
her sixty yaid npproach, which she ran up
across a road to within two feet of the pin,
gave her tho match.
Miss Mara-aret CAirtls, Essex, defeated
Miss Katherlne Mellut, Ixis Angeles, 1 up.
.Mrs. n. H. Harlow, Merlon, defeated Mlaa
Grace Hempla,, St. Louis, i and 4.
FOUR FAVORITES PAN OUT.
Dr. Ilurnner Bests rrlnce Ahmed In
Frntnre Mile Dash.
Baltimore, Oct. 4. Favorites hsd their
innings to-day, tho public choices scoring
first In four events. The feature race of
the day, a dash of a mile for three-year-olds
and upward, had only five starters,
with the bulk of the play centred on
Trince Ahmed and Dr. Duenner. It proved
a two horse race for tho entire distance,
Prince Ahmed setting the pace until the
last fifty yards, where Dr. Duenner Joined
Issue with him and in a rattling finish
gained the verdict by half a length.
The .summaries :
rirst Uacc- Two s ear old maidens; five and a
half furlenits-Ten Point. 114 'McTaxgartl. 2 to 1.
flfif Ambriwe, 111 (Hutwell). 3 to 1 for place,
second; ficrlow, 111 iTeahan), S to 3 to show,
third. Time l:07 3.v he.ndh.ig. Exton. Trlfler.
Old Stock. Hosier l'rynne. Cos. Bunch of Keys.
t0seeond Ha'r'e Two 5 car-olds, selling; five furlongs-old
inln. Ill (Small). 12 to t. nrbt. Fatty
llrub. Ph 'UutwclD. to 2 for place, second.
Vewrl of .Uia. inn (Xmbri'sei, 4 to 1 to show,
third Time 1021.1. Herrord. Aurlllc. Dogwood,
tll'idy. little Hugh, smaller. Chuckle.. Maltle L..
llalph l.iod al'o ran.
Third Hare- Maldea three-year-olds: one mtte
nceSn blue. 107 (llutwelli. a to 2. first: Kdlta
Inrr.slll (McTaggarti. een for place, tecona,
loc.V. Dove. 107 iDU-.-jl. 2 to 1 to show, third.
Time I 11 l-.V Senegamblan, Jim Caffrey. Irene
(iiinimcll. Doormat. Ilugble Qulnn. Fons Al
norum, tillbert also. ran.
l ourth Hare Three 1 ear olds and up; one
mile Dr. Duenner, jo.1 (Ibltwell), S I; 2, first.
Prince Ahmed, HV Olyrnci, 2 to 6 for place
second (laics H7.IDaviesl. 1 to 2 to .how. third.
Time !33. irlsh'Kld. Sebsgo also tan.
I- If Ih Pace Three i car olds and upward,
six furlongs-Tow tonfleld. H (Dyrne). U to 3
first: Kale K. 107 DaIM. 3 to 1 for place, second:
Callshe, 104,(rartcrl.'3 to 1 In show, third. Tlme-.
114 3 J. Be iiey. Montcalm. 1-ady Sbll. Sickle.
Silas Grump. Onager. Vienna. Heikety. Mlei
O'Cnnnell, Magsrlne also ran.
Sixth Hace-Selllng. three year-olds snd up
ward: one and a Mxtoenth miles-Herbert Tiirner
107 itmbrofC). 13 to 1. hrl. Michael Angelo. joj
(McTaggart). even for place, second: Myt.al. lot
(Teahanl. 3 to 2 to show, third. Time 1 47 I s,
MonUey. Futurity. O. U. ouster. Pouncing Lssa.
Stairs. Granla. Billy Vanderver also ran.