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erery yard of It. Wendell, Brlckley nnd
llardwlck, running from the pquarn fot
iiiatlon, l.ul with (hi- ball panning through
the hands tit 1 h final tr-r. tipped on gain
after Kaln, striking Inside tackle inn!
Winding out the distance almost Invnrl
ably without the necessity of taking
thought for the font tit down. Thin sort
of giouttd Knlhlhg would have been lis
effective. Indeed, under lust year' rules an
It la ninler thin season's code. There wan
n deailly teitalnty about the Harvard nd.
value that spelled disaster for Holy Cross,
and th Mil line running brought the crowd
to It feet as football ban not done slneo
the old iIhvs of the march down the field, 1
Thin Harvard hack flild had npeed and
power, ntaited quickly ami kept on going
The tackling of the Woi center men, of
courne, wan far fiom lemarkahle, ami,
although the vlnltorH werii heavy, they
did not hit the Crimson ruutiern any
too haul, but there w.l.s Jnnt enough oppo.
nltlon to emphasize the nturdy work of
the llatvaid bucks. Later In the game
the ('ilinniu showed oilier Hushes of sua
talneil poHer on attack, making live splrn
did advam-en, hut the very llr.M parade
'v.ts the most Imposing of the lot. In the
tourne of thin steady drive agalnM the
lloiv rors line there wan no attempt
to open out the defence with the forward
pns or Kick threats, or the actual exe.
ration of these plu.vs, which made the
power of the Harvard plunges: all the
more remaikable. Holy fiosn had only
one man well back and the secondary de
fence wan up almoM on the backs of the
line of forwaids. It wan Just nuch a
packed defence ns one saw In the old
days. Yet even this concentrated de.
fence failed to check the fiery and In
exorable Crimson runner mid the team
swept over the line as It had gone down
the Held, with a deailly certainty cnlcil
luted to strike fear Into the hearts of
the most determined defence.
Now one bark, now another, led the at
tack, the quarter handling the ball from
close up under the centre, and whether It
was a terrific lunge by Wendell, a boring
In by Itrlckley or a slashing, switching
dash Into a quick opening by llardwlck.
everything seemed to go.
Hardwli k la one of the best h.ilflnekn
I hae ever seen. lie Is a terror In a
broken field and at the name time In able1
to work himself free of the press by a I
never drawing away or the hips and
smart use of the moM effective stiff arms
that ever ban come under mv notice.
Strictly speaking. It l not stiff arm. but
a bent arm, for llardwlck thrown off hln
tacklcrs from extremely close quarter
and slides out of what seem almost Im
possible situation". He Is not no rugged
In appearance as Wendell or Brlckley, but
he keeps his feet quite as well as either of
thm and also In useful In Interference.
This matter of Interference, especially of
the Individual type, has been at the com
mand of the Crimson for some time and I
consider It one of Percy Haughton's mas
terpieces. Kven with such n necessarily
crude team as Harvard showed Itself to
be to-day the red legged players found
their men and put them out of the play
here, there and everywhere, turning up In
the most unexpected places. It was thin
keen sort of work that helped out the
backn a great deal, but they had plenty
of go In themselves and would have made
ground without any help.
There were frequent substitutions In
the Crimson team In the second half, and
the play slowed up a great deal, es
pecially on defence, where It had 'been
none too good at any time. All the
Harvard ends were put out of the play ,
repeateoiy, anil mey qui not seem
know what they were expected to do at twecn halves the Lehigh hrelets sang a
any time. Uoth teams used a bluff kick otig about "We're the guys that put the
ending In a foiward pass again and tie In Tiger," but that wan last year,
again, with the ends In. It wan eany to A PectaU.r to-day described the game
diagnose, yet was dangerous. The second I . . . . ,
half resolved Itself Into a forward pass- ns a Phantasmagoria of forward pnsses.
Ing contest and had the Holy Coss team Forward passes abounded, but there also
tried a few when It wan on Harvard's were lots of long runs end runs and run
IB yard line, second down, with nine nlng back of kicks. Klrst downs were by
yards to gain, It might have made serious j no mPans infrequent, either. Lehigh hav
lrouo.. j .
The Harvard line played a standup de. a frtlr,' Mni share of hem. Lots
fence that It did not seem to have the I of ground was galntd, but not by con
native power to get away with, and tlnuous rushing of the line Jabbing varl-
again and again the Holy l rw play wan
allowed to form when a little sharp
charging would hae spoiled It In Its
Inciplency. The ll.iivnrd secondary had
a haul afternoon's work, for the men
were forced to come up on the run to
the suppoit of an extremely weak set
of ends. Tow aid the close of the game
tRe Harvaid backs began to show some
nptltude tn Intercepting the forward pass
and the team Improved In Its defence
against the open game, but on the whole
me ueienre pom oy me nrsi ana secomi ,
htlitll.' men u:ih fur f rntii what It fini-lit
to have been even at this stage of the i
On one occasion Harvard was within
about a foot and a half of a touchdow n 1
on fourth down, whereupon the Crimson (
quarter promptly drove a play nttalght I
Into the centre and lost the ball on downs,
.hiv. ....... i. it.. .t.it.i.. ,ii
mim vfi.T imiui ii.iiinuiK iwiurtii.
MISSED GOAL, LOSES GAME.
Union De fents HobnM, 7 tn U,
I'alnir Knmnril I'aaa.
Sciisnectadt, N. V . Oct. 5. The Union
College eleven triumphed over Hobart at
Schenectady to-day by the close score of
7 to 6. I'nlon's touchdown came In the
first period of play, w hen ('apt. Dewey
made a pretty forward pass to Starbuck.
who rushed the pigskin over the Hobart
There whs no futther scoring until the
fourth period, when Hobart took a brace
and started to rush the ball down the
field. The visitors lost the ball on Un
ion's five yaid linn attempting a for
ward pasn which was Intercepted by Hea
ver. With but one minute to play the
ball again wan pushed to the Oarnet line
and carried over by Ferguson. Hobart
failed In the kick for goal, leaving tho
core 7 to f In favor of I'nlon.
I'oley. . .
J. Vnn Intern
.1. O. Vnn Inge n
Illirhl end . .
IliKtlt tti'klr .
Left uuard .
Left tackle .
l.i ft h.tlfhark.
Hoh.irt.S SiitiKtltntes t'nlnii'
Alldernn for SlnrrclRrksen fnr Palee..! H.'ver
for .Starbuck. Sloller for Mnllen. Mohan: J.
van In gen for Holey. S .Smith for J. Van Inirrn.
Ilcferrc- Koult of Hamilton, t'mplre -lllril of
Vale, Linesman (,'roul of Union.
MICHIGAN SWAMPS CASE.
f ro Ik, 'l b o in i ii nml nnrtnn Star
In IIoIIIiik I p It ! Point.
ANN Aiuion, .Mich., Oct C. The hclen
tlsta from C.ise went down to an over
whelming defeat this afternoon at tho
hands of .Mlchlxan on Ferry Field, score.
34 to 0. .liinmlu Craig, star halfback of
last sear's team. Capl Thomson at full
and Il.irtnu at end, were the bright lights
behind the Michigan boons
At no time was the ball near the Wol
verine, goal line With Craig making I
M'lisatlonal thlrtv, rorly and fifty yard
rurm, Marlon picking long passes out of
Hie all and Thomson plunging over the
line for touchdowns. Cise did not havu
a chance. Quui letbacl; Oohs und dipt,
I'rancey did the best work for tho Cleve
landers. Yost expected that Case would
have a much stronger uggtegatlon. Thnro
were no Injuries. Yost made a fow changes
to give some of the scrubs experience.
Mlrhltan, Positions, Case,
Pontius Left end . . ,. Cnllendrr
Cole I.rftiukr Itosrndnlr
O.ilmi Ift punril parsons
Paicrton I ( litre . .vvhrlan
Almondlniter.. .. Itlnht miard .... Itandall
Haynsford. . . lit tr lit tackle ... Whltrhnuse
Harton Hliht end . Franrey K.'apt.)
1 1 in tx I Quarterback tin
Craig l.cft halfback... . 1'arshall
Thomson (Capl.) Kullback Marsh
Carpel), lllithl halfbark Krnyon
Final score Mlrhliian, .11: Case, n. lly quarters
Mlrhltan. II: Casr, 0: Mirhlirnn, 7, ('nse, I):
Mlchlir&u, o; Case. 0; MIchtgHii, 13: Case, 0. Ti"lch
rttovns 'Ihmnsnn, 2: llurbel, I: Cralit, I: Hush
uell, I. (iimls from tnurhiloun I'alersnti, 4,
Time of quartern I'' minutes Substliullniis
Mlehlian Peterson for Pontius: Mutser for Cole,
Mrllale fnr llajnstnid, llushnell fur lliiylo fur
llurbel, Huthlii fur Cralsr, Wulnn for Cyrlll for
Ihnmsnii, Collelle fnrTorhrtt InrCarpell, Case
Powell fur Par.hall, Parshall for Kcnion Hrfereo
-lloaclanil, Princeton, Umplrc-llalncs, Yale,
Ltntsinan Perr nr. owa.
COACH THORP'S FORDHAM
TWIST TIGER'S TAIL ?
Xnssiui KIovpii Ifouts the Lc
Iiffh Football Team, '.I.)
Points to 0.
FORWARD PASSES FLOl'MSH
Soinn Loiiff Ones Too, Also Many
Lonjr Ifuns hi This Grid
rm.NCEToN, N. J., Oct. 6. The Lehigh
football team came to town to-day with
the express purpose of twisting the Ti
ger's tall, but didn't disturb so much an
a hair of the caudal appendage. The
Tigers did all the twisting and won by
a score of 35 to 0. Lehigh was not as
dlltlcult to handle an was expected, and
the Princeton line plaed better than In
ety. Lehigh smashed thtoUKh for one
lengthy suMalned set leu of rushes In the
last quaiter. only to be stopped on th
fifteen yard line, which was as near as
tho llethlehem men could get to Prince
Forward paswet, were not onlv frcouent
but far. iitul en.iHiv uhnr.. i.t tt.... .........
successful. The Tigers gained extensively
with the play and operated It to better
IiUifiose than Lehigh. The Princetons ie-
celvlng of the forward passes was clev-
... . ... ..
J ? ' " " "' "5!
backs wete fast, much more so than those
nf Lehigh K It K Tn nkmin nml ll..l...v
imker were n, h..i ,i J ' lu
,g ,. w.n w.ll ..ml YhZ iatter" Wuo?
consiilcuotislv capable on the defence In
addition. However :it .hM, tin. .l.h
ine l item Wit,, rin l.tf.r than il,al. 1
opponents and none too strong In coning ''P'rgrr. Vnnnt for llrtdy. asle for !. Pennl
wlth that mn,l nf .,mr..u 1 ''''' i man, llrown tor Sacle. N, ifiln for lltclry Iteferee
" " "
ine llgers scored In every quarter.'
I They weie scrappy and aggressive. The
summer heat didn't bother them. There i
was some talk of a Pilnceton protest
against Hoban. who r.laved severnl sea
sons with Dartmouth, taking part In the '
rVu ii V . V." '", ,n'T ,rian
talk, anil he played. Not only that but
his fumbles weie bad for Lehigh.
ii umK i rini euui anoui live minutes
to make the first touchdown. Keady had
Just toin off twelve janln from u fake
kick when Hob.tn fumbled In the next
n tisiK I'rinceton about five minutes'
rush. i:. Tienktiinn t v,.i.,i I ...
,,.,... ,,, . . ,, ' v
highs 30 aid line, then came a penalty
of fifteen yard against Uhlgh, and F.
Tietikman pounded away until the Tigers
had gone over Itaker kicked the irtmt i
,L , il l it .t .u !"CKf" u,f r.oal,
as he dlil all the other four.
A dash of forty-tln yards by I'azettl I
came In the second quarter. He turned '
Princeton's left end. On an Incompleted ,
forward pass the Tlgern took the ball on
their 3.1 ard line and on two beautiful ,
forward passes, ilaker and Pendleton it- !
celvlng. the ball was on the I.hlgh 1
jard line. Over went K. Trenkman.
The Irreptesslblo Haker, always de- '
liendable In whatever capacity, scooted ,
thlrtv viiida from u klckilrr In tb '
iniriv rrom a Klckoff in the ,
pcrlod. He followed with an- ,
other whirling tllirht. and thla with I
it Penalty put the ha on Ih ch'a B
yard line, from which point Pendleton
split the left wing llko a bullet from ;
Pilnceton'H shift formation. lln bounced i
over tor a touchdown unu HaKers idu
cated toe did tho teat.
Tho first touchdown In the fourth quar
ter followed two forward passes, oih for
thlrty-tlvo yards and the other for fifteen.
Pendleton ran ten yards more after re
recelvlng the latter pass and went over
the, line, Forward passes weie Inter
cepted In turn following the klckon. Whit
ney of Lehigh Intercepted one and took
the ball back twenty yanls. For n few
plays theieafter Lehigh hhatteied the
Princeton linn und pounded forward to
Princeton's IS yard line. There they
were thtown back and Hoban missed a
drop kick. Lehigh tried ouo other drop
kick, but both were so hurried by tho
Tlgei forwards that they went wild,
Ilaker tiled one and the ball struck a uo.il
Nassau's Inst scoie was the climax of
brilliant dashes by the b.ickH. A pen.ilt
for holding t-rt the Tigers back to their f,
yard line, but that was a mere trllle for.
them, In a few rus-hes they carried tho
ball nlnely-flve yards for u score. When
within thlity yards of Lehlghs goal Pen
dleton rut across at an oblique and, elud
ing the back Held defence, cross l the
The summary :
Andrew Left rnd . .
Phillips Left t.icUlH..
.Nhenk . . . Left guard...
Hiuethriithal. . Centie
Logan ttttrtii guaid . .
II. Trenkman. . Itliht tin kle. ,
I Ion lap lllitht end .. .
Hminons.. Ouarierhuck . ,
I'rni.lrlnn.. l eft halfback .
II. Ilaker. Itleht halfbark,
V. Trenkman I'ullhai'k . .
Score Princeton. Vt H.ehlirli n.
. . Vela
. .. Tale
. . . . Scruggs
. . S'outelln
I-' 'Irriiliinan, 2: Penillttnn. ,, Coals from iriurh
downs llnliir ." MitiMlliurs I'rlnreiiiii Wight
for liunlup, W. sliarl for shenk, Pcniieldfor H.
Ttentdnati. l.iuiirslri rlh for i.iu'mii II w.nr
for Andrews, Pnllln for Phllllpf, s. Hnliertfur I'.m I
mnns. I s'uarl for Hlueihenlhnl. Ilendrleksen
mr i i n il i. it i h n , unniiiiie rer renilleinn,
l.ehUh I'lb I. for t'lli Iikiii, Mi-Mlllsn for Tale,
'r ii for N el.i, llnuMr fur tirumhuuirh, lioviie
for (Irecii. Mliltnev for I'llel,. Illelsman fnr Me
Mlllan, lllgglns for Kenilj Hefeiie- CoMcllo.
llmplrrt Torrey I Incsman- Mmph, 'lime of
ipiartera i: iiilnulta. i
tKrom left to right nrr COACH
mill ASSISTANT COACH JIM MrCAM
BAD SCARE FOR THE MIDDIES.
Field (ionl li Johns Hopkins P.arly
In CSnnir llnrd tn Overcome.
Annapolis. Mil., Oct. te -In the open
ing game of the local football season
to-day Johns Hopkins surprised the Naval
Academy with Its excellent back Held work
and the ntanchness of Its line, and the
midshipmen were barely able to nose out
a victory 7 to 3. The visitors scored a
field goal In the first quarter, and It was
not until the third period that the Navy
was able to score. In that period (ill
chrlst carried the hall over the line for
a touchdown, and Alexander kicked a
rumbles by Alexander gave Hopkins
the ball on the Navy's twenty yard line
In the first quarter, and (llllette, the
Hopkins captain, drop kicked a goal. Alex
ander's fine run In th" third quarter,
however, put the hall In striking distance
of a sroie, and Melteavey and fJllchrlM
made up the distance .with a rles of
The Navy ucd several romblmtlons
In the back field, and seeral nun did good
woik, though there was llttl tiam work.
Melteavey and Cllchrlst 'gafned ubMan
tlally In the line, and Alexander and
Lennaid promised much as end running
halves, i llllette and liranliam did notable
work for the visltnis
Nsv.il Academy. IVllton
Villi . . Left end.
lAtlmnrc t-f t fickle
U'nettuonl ... . Irft rrninl
. . . Lunette
. . . ,I.rbcnpciifcr
i Harrison Itt?tit mard
I). Pennlman (
j ftR?-?"" ;;; XutVnr.V
' lillohrlst Quartrrhnok .
f- l.cft halfbark ...
't.. in i(iii niiiiMf k. ..
U Aderny, 7. Jf ns IlopMnv 3
, Alexander. C,m from the tleld-Clllette. I)l-
Qusllfted- He Iman. Nnvsl Xcsdemy: Nale.
1 iS!1 ""V'' .'i''1!1''"" .""'at Acsrtemy.
Rr Krnnrt?:" Kedmin' nV lC,liT X
!nr Hedmaii. Austin for ItMMon. Mrhol's for'
,"'1'. H'.'"". tor Nil hnll lintes for .Mile,. ,
i 'eirit lur naicN. v iijim jer iean,ier. Alex. oi
ilfr fnr 1'iiMlii. If.h.,tt It. ...1.1 . 11 v. .1.. ... 1 ......
ir l ruurll. Nu irtlinntri I'mtilrc - ' tl
wllllami, fnlveralty of Virginia Head lines.
tntn Mr. Hosley. ,st. John Colleje, Time of
period -10 inlnuto
DOC WHITE HIMSELF AGAIN.
shn'" u Tlwers. While Dana. Let
White Sot .MnUo I'lvr Huns.
' DtTlioiT. Oct : Dee W
', old time form to.ila and tin
'won a ,". to o game from the Tin
i J!"'!, ,,'a",,rj;i'n,li.,'l "PP"""'-
TltTliotT. Oct : Dee White -liowed
the Whit" Sox
'il him nml nl-
i i'"'..1."" ""'fly ne was loiiuu in-
'lie pinnies, i no score
MITHOIT i i'IIICARO ( t.)
ab r h p a e abr 'h p 'ae
"u-h.ss. 4 0 11. I , llath.Jb.. I 1 I .1 2 0
. orrldonjb.l o n n 2 n Uud If. . 5 n n n o u
Jnll rf 4 n a u n o Colllns.rf . 3 n n i n o
vitt.If 4 o t t o n Hretle.cf . 3 - I I t n
Vrarh.cf. 3 0 1 5 o o Hurtim.lh. 3 l 311 n n
I'KIk i 2 0,? f, ?, ifi'''''".'. ! ? ! ! ?.
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Dams, p. :o:iii o.Vihllc.p.. 1 o 1 ISO
. , ..;-.-. . - -
" 0""n' . TT'"". 3 S;7',' '
ffi'X n o ?, !! ,', n o ,', ,',-'o
Two ba-e lilts- Dau. Hath. Ilortm. stanaee.
Weaker. Three have hit llnlle. Sacrliire hits '
Hnrlon, lord. Kaslerly, (nllln- Wiulrn t.ave--
v"' Double plays Hush, I.mirti n and H Onslow;
W1lte Wr.ior ml Hortu. White. Hath and llor-
tun Klrst base on halls HIT llmss l lilt i,v
pitcher llv White (Dauss. Vearhi Struck nut
.1..... .. ....... .... ...
''""- " ' mi'ires i Miuennn
and Mctircevy. Time 1 hour and 10 minutes.
Ackerlnnd Itriidy to I'IkIiI Murphy,
llariv c1ierlaud of
i 1. 1 .. i i.. Mi......i i.'. ...i. .a ..
. " "." 11.1111 IIIIJIIT is
' " - """""" l Ma i WW afc-J
, fcPS- i
HtocK to tni t niciKo .Miiuinal l.eacuo h.il : ... .uu,
club. Is not fn-rtiirbed over tho teporl t,nt 1 ln"l'"-'s for 'N'w orks.
charlert Murphv In golni: to ri'tvi. him mil. I Mldltlff scored the Hlllmen's first run
Ho doemrt believe Murphy will try that, In the opening period on his single, Chase's
but wiya that if tho l itter does try It he will sacrifice, an error by Lnportu and an In
get all tho light he wants ()Ut MWrlt Mlovo' the ,,ell,,t ";,'
. ... I ti(. centre Held avals for a homo run In
' the fourth Inning. Lellvilt came across
I with another four bagger In the fifth In
TPCT rOD VnilDCrt P ning, m-imIIiii; D.uilils hnmu ahead of him.
tUll IUUKdtLi'l Slerrcit tied the score III the sixth period,
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AT ALL DEALKnS
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Harlfr4 !tm Tsrs Lesion
J HAKtlSI I
SUN, SUNDAY, OCTOBER
TOM TIIOHF, CArTAIN.IIINCHCMFF
(.riff Turns Gnmo Into Hur
lesqiio When Sure Boys Will
Land in Second IMace.
HOME HUXS HELP LOCALS
Lolivolt Makes Two and Chnsp
One, Sondinp: Throo
The American League campaign reached
the end In the K.int yesterday. The Hlgh
lendi rs. In last position, won their fiftieth
game at the expense of the Washington,
who have finished second, the Hoslon Ited
Sox whitewashing the former champion
Athletics. The Detrolts were shut out by
the Chicago White Sox and the St. Ioui3
Urowns burled the Cleveland Naps.
New Vork. S: Vshlnten, .
Ilotton, 3. I'hlHitflphls. 0.
Chlrigo. Detroit. I).
Jt. I.oul-, 13; Clevlind, 1.
udlBR sf h Claka.
X ' -
lsj i:; to
"is "is ;7
'l3 U f
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8 8 ft
IS I JO 330
Oimti liit , . .
: ! rj
fhlrasn In Detroit.
Cleveland In St Louis.
Reaten by the Highlanders. 8 to 6, In
the lost game of tho season at American
laiun Park yoMerday, the Washington,
securely Intrenched In second place, pro
ceeded to tutn the gamo Into a burlesque.
Orllllth consented to pitch a little nnd also
brought his comedians, .Schaefer and AI
trock, Into service, both occupying the box
and covering Inlleld positions In a way
that rnnvulfceii 4,000 loyal followers of
Wolvortnn's cie .
Itay Keating, the $7,000 pitcher, was
roughly handled by tho Kenatnra In the
third Inning, when they collected four hits
and three runs, I'lsher repl.ired the Lau-
I re nc star and arter another run had been
I made by the visitors In the fourth Inning
they were held In check, Sennits, the
..,. umithiinu- i,ll. hlr,..
working around on a klnule, Koster s wild
throw and Chase's long fly. SchulU 1st
camn a bit unsteady In tho seventh Inning
and gave thtce oasses. Lanorto scorlnc on
., 1 ,,ii-i'
a w ild pitch.
With two men on bases In the eighth
InuliiH (iilltllh went to the box and Chasa
promptly lined the b.,1. to deep Hgl.t cen-1
tin for tho circuit, putting victory brvond
the leach of the visitors.
The score : '
WA.SHLNCTON M'.W YOHK (A. L.)
Mocllrr.rf "i" I "J S (? o Mldkltf.sb.ls 2 2 li 2 o ,
rnsirr.ah 3 I 3 tl o ilchnse.lh. I 1 113 n o
llyan.Sh 1 0 n l o n.Iianlcls.lf ,1110 o.o
1 1 .' o Jf telJn.'-! S 5 1 S 8,
Agltr.lb (i o n o n o smltli.cf. 4 o o 2 o o
Ijtpnrir.sti 3 1113 : M'Mlllan.sst o o o h n
Seh'fer.Jb-pl n l n o 0 It.Vt 'ilans.rl 0 (i 3 o o
Shanks.lf 10 2 2 0 u'm'Th'psonO (I o o 0 o
M'Hrldc.ss .1 i n 3 I nisterrrtt.c 3 112 2 o
Mnriran.ss n o ii ii n nlii.Th'son.co o o I n i
Ilrnry.v,., ,o n o o o o
ii.B,.""' . , iC.'.'i.1'2':.'p' A 'A K VI
Cashinn.p. n 0 0 0 0 0
Alt'k.p-lb 1 0 0 3 0 1
(irlRllh,p-2bl 0 0 0 2 0
Schulr p" l 1 0 2 3 01
Totals... 33 l '.7 lo s
Totals. 31 S II 54 n il
I mi nan lor II, Williams In the fourth Inning.
Washington 0 13 10 0 1 0 0-fl
New York IOOI2103 S
Twp base hits -Foster, llanlcls. Home runs
' lellveli, 2; Chase. .Sacrifice hlta-Chase. ilc-
nr ue, sytrnnrc nv Williams. Stolen bases
Milan. J, iianiris 1 ciivcli .Slump, Shaefcr. Left
on balls onibn.-h. I elTCashlu 11. I oli Kea
'?' i I"'.'!""
.11 U..I...I. a t ...:.-.. . .
iilii.t.,.. '1, h.l
. .,i .i. 11, tie . nines em lly
BY TRIMMING SENATORS
s ""Tn ,. '...Ik' . ;,","1rr Ji 111 senilis, points aim 11 rather foo sh pity by ("apt,
s.un!!!,1 ,,&l-!i;l,l,Vn,.v,,,. ww, "v-e ,;"""",h
plifh- Schult, Umpire In chief - Han. Field urn-1 1 PM"" I'm eked against Minnesota prob
plre Dlaeca. Time-1 hours. Atlcudanco 4.OJ0. a"'V -ual n touchdown.
BROWNS BATTER THE FENCES.
Pound Three Cleveland Pltehera for
Totnl of Neienlren Illta.
St. Iouib. Oct. C While tleorge Daum
ganlner was holding the Naps to a few
scattered hits this afternoon In the third
battle of the series his teammates pounded
threo Cleveland pitchers for a total of
seventeen hits, which varied from dinky
rolleis tn long screaming smashes against
tho fences, five doubles und one trlplo get
ting mixed up on the wonderful bom
bardment by the ltrowns. The score was
13 to 1.
8T. LOUls i CLIIVULAND.
ok ,, . br I1 P M. i r h p i t
?.!,.?,',,en'''r. J J o o 0 Johnston.lhi i a u i i
wtiiiann.rf.S 4 4 s 0 0Chpm'n,s( 0 13 10
Brlef,l!.. , 3 12 10 O Olsonjb 3 0 0 3 2 0
I'Mtl.'-'h... 3 2 2 2 3 ofjacksnn.rf 4 0 1111
Movall.lO. .51190 LI.lljole.2B.. 3 03040
A'.'.V1'311 5 o .1 n o lllicndrlx.cf.3 n i) I n o
Mlller.ss i o I 12 0 Urancy.lf 1 0 0 2 2 0
Alex.indcr.c.3 1 2 (1 1 0Aiam.c 1 0 0 5 2 1
11 gardiicrp.3 tool o Jame,p . 1 o o n 1 l
. . . - Sieen.p t n o n i o
Totals 34131727 7 2 llrenner.p. I n o o t o
lOGrlsfs. 1 0 0 0 0 0
I Totals 31 1 5il "I
(ai llitted for llrenner.ln the ninth Inning.
Clevelind... . .ooiooono 0 1
t, Iillls. 3 4 0 2 0 2 0 2 13
Two base hits-Austin. Brief. Stovall, Williams.
Alexander. Three hae hits Jackson, Pratt.
Sacrifice hits Chapman, Pratt. Miller, tlrlef.
Double plays -(iraney and Adsms; (iraney,
Johnston and Olson. Stolen bases OIun,.Shntten.
Pratt. Austin. Hit by pitched ball -ItyJamrj
d'ratn. by Steen (Alexander). Wild pitches
Haumeardner. Itrenner. 2. Hases on balls -S
Hsumeardner. 3; oft Steen. 1, tut Ja-ne. 2- off
Premier. 1. Struck out lly Ifuimeardnrr. 0: by
Strea, li by James. I: by Ilresner. 2. Pltchlnr
reeord-O'T Ja-nes, Shlls.f. runs In one and a third
Innlncs; pit stern, i hits, J runs In three and two
third Innings. Lrft on bxses St. Louli, r,; Cleve
laud, in. Time -1 hvurand M mlnutej. Uraclre
Connolly and O Hrlen.
DEFEAT BOSTON COLLEGE
Homo Rooters Clippr Bronx Uni
versity Team to Vietory.
Score 10 to 0.
After n lapse of two years Fordham
University demonstrated to a crowd of
2,00!) rooters that the Bronx university
nan returned to the gridiron wot Id by
nercating the team of Hoston College,
14 0. Although the Maroon team Is
tho lightest that ever represented Kord
ham, It plavtd such good ball und worked
such dazillng trick plays that the Boston
v.oiiege eleven were swept off their feet,
and had It not been for many penalties
and fumbles Kordham would hive over
whelmed their opponents.
In the second period Boston had their
only chance to score. A trick nlnv r.
' suited In a fumble by Dnollng. Kallon,
I the Meet Boston back, grabbtd the ball.
" ..onv titw, diiuv iiiiuuKIl ft OrOKrtl
Held and cuvered sixty yards with the
Fordham eleven at his heels befurn
S-'chafmi'lstcr, the Maroon quaiter, brought
him to earth by a sharp tackle on Ford-
briln'k .to viti.1 lit... ll.u,...
I oul l'ut ir"1ln Ploy l' the visitors
cosi tnem ui wore. Fighting lllie Tro
jans. Foidhum took the ball on their 20
yard line and advanced It to Boston's
10 yatd line. A forward pass, Schaf
melster to McNnlly, secured forty yards,
while a ttlck formation around right
end and a series of line plunges had
Boston helpless on their 10 yard line,
wheio L. Hlnchllffe, splitting Boston's
left wing for ten yards, netted tho first
touchdown. Schafmelster kicked the goal,
making the scorn 7 0. Fordham'a other
score came In tho third period. By
tunning tho ball through a broken field
McNnlly advunced tho ball to Boston's
40 yard line, Hete a determined series
of line plunges helped the Fordham team
place the ball on the visitors' 15 yard
line for tho first down. On a fake for
mation of a left wing line buck variety
L. lllnchlllTe received the ball on a de
laved double pass, Schafmelster to Mc
Nally to lllnchlllTe. lilnchllffc smeared
the opposing end's attack and rushed
around right end, fifteen yards for tho
other score of the game. Schafmelster
kicked tho goal, making the final tally
fordham, Petitions. lloston College.
L II He l-efiend. Wood
Miincs-an I.ft tackle Koche
Mulvey Lc cuanl Hrandon
Ui'lano.. .. Centre ilurke
Nleelmu Hinht Euanl Hurley
'.'"'J? ... . Wrht tackle. Kllllan
.1. Illnih life. lilKhtemt llartlitan
.Vhafini'lstcr Qjnrtcrback.... DulTv
1-srf t halflmcl. .. l ullon
lllslil halflmcl. Kiley
ncore lordham, 14. Hottim Colleie, 0. Touch
downs -, i,. 1 1 Inctillile i:, (ioals from touch
downs Schafmelster ). Sjbstllutcs-1'ord
ham; Doollng for McCarthy, 1.. HlnrhlllTe tor
.'.; ,!r'' 't Mc.Nally, Jackson for .1. H nch-
' luaunoa ror ivane, llnjiu ror I., lllnch.
Hire, tilasmi for lk-elmn. Hoston College.
" Nelll for Ilurke. Hronnan for Hoarh. Ilurke
itr 'clllt .i?"1 ,or. ""llian, Shechan for
neli. Head linesman MrCartliy, Manhatlon.
Time of pcrlovls-n minutes.
' ''' y1' Suffrra Flrat Defeat.
,. ncastkii. Pa.. Oct. 5.-Frnnklln and
Miirsluill College lost Its tlrat gume at
home to-day, lit Inn defeated by HI. John's
uf 'n' y o- tS
" " WUH !i crushing surprise, us tho
locals counted on an easy victory. Kt.
John's nliiieil fui mL svhiia ih
,.,' ' i.v. , i j '.. , .
loin'". with a palohed up lino, lacked
ginger and vv'eio notably weak at the
loiwiiid pacs, In which the visitors ex-
t'el,( J' Mellon, Thompson nnd Wilson
wero the stars for tit, John's nnd Smith
and llartman for F. und M.
3lliineotn llcfeata Aniea
I Miknkappmr, Minn., Oct. S. Minnesota
showed conslderuble Improvement In tho
gamo with Ames to-day and won by a
I seme of K tn 0 Tim in,,... utin . ... e.,..
V"..:1"" .' "innesoii o, o,er jeats.
the equal of Minnesota of other scats,
II,.. .. Ka. .... m ...
". .".,.IKnl Hru nnywarU en.
A fortye-lght yard coal hv Hnvward en.
ahli'rt Minnesota to maltn the tirst thren
RIXEY PROVES NO PUZZLE.
Boalun Laiida on Him llnrd and I'll fa
Phillies t'ndar, 11 to T.
HosToy, Oct, 6. The liruves kept up
their belated winning gait to the end,
knocking the delivery of Uppa lllxey to
tho four winds to-day und winning from
tho Phillies. 11 to 7. Ilebel McTlgue
hurled for the locals, and with deadly
precision up to the ninth, when be let
up nnd five Philadelphia runs crossed.
Campbell maintained his heavy hitting
to-day, making three hits and landing In
the .300 clans.
The score :
II03TON (V. L.) IPHILADI'.LPHIAI.V.L.)
ah r h tl A el ah h r n a m
Campbell, cf ft 1 3 .Vo oiraskert.rf 112 10 0
Devlln-lb. ,4 3 1 I 3 0 DoIan.Sb.. 5 2 2 10 1
Swcene2l.3 10 7 1 n Msgee.lf 4 '.' o 4 0 0
Klrke.lf. 1 2 1 I o Cravsth.rf 3 1 2 3 0 0
Tltus.rf.. .52210 a haish,ib.c4 0 2 2 1 1
Hoiiscr.lb...t I 2, ft 0 1 Liiderus,lb4 0 o II II 0
Varnnv'css 2 n o'o a n IA!ge,s,:bl 112 4 0
Harl.lsn.e. 4 114 1 0 Mnran.c. n o ti n u n
McTluue.p. S t I 0 1 O ltovle.s.. 4 112 4 1
Totals 3511 112710 I
iiisev,p, 3 o o o o o
rfMHICr.. 1 u o u u o
Mayer ,n.. .0 n o n o o
rtnneran.p I I 1 000
Totals 37 7 II 21 a 3
mi iiatteo ror mxey in the seventh tnt.ini.
Phlladelphls I o n n o i o o ft- 7
notion . . n :t o o l l 4 2 ..-11
Tho beo hits- Campbell. 2; Walsh, Titus,
Faskerl, Hrcle, Three bSfe lilts llnnrmn,
Potsn. Pome nn Klrke. .Maerlflce Mies- Ma
ranvllle, Macee. Molea bas DoUn, l'sskert,
Devlin. Snee.tc.'. Double plays Dodge. Walsh
ami I.nderes. Dutlln, Hvertipy ar.d Honser. Ift
-., iiaKr- inwHn., .1, r llllfMir idiim , a. rirsi imrc 1
on hall.s-OfT uerlgve, 3. of! Hfiey. I; oft llftver, 3.
Hirst base on etrors--Hoton, I, Hit by pltrhe.l
ball-lly lllxey iMarAnttllei. Mlrcck out-Hy
McTttjue. 5. hv Rlxov. 2. 'ed bP Itarlten .
Moran. Umpires Kason and Johnstone. Time
I hoor and 5 minutes.
GARDNER REJOINS RED SOX,
MAKES CATCH IN BLEACHERS
Sensation of Scnson in Quaker
Park O'Brien Shuts Out
riin.ADEi.pniA, Oct. 5. In the final
game of the season Jake Stnhl sent
Bilck O'Brien against the Athletics to
day, and In n. quickly played game tho
Phlladelphlans went down to defeat by
.a 3 to 0 score. O'Brien pitched a steady
and heady game from the start, allowing
only six hits, fanning five and not Issuing
a pass. O'Brien looked better to-day than
either Collins or Wood did In tho other
two games here.
Larry Oaidner played his first game
since he broke his finger, and his fielding
nnd batting were the features of a
brilliantly played game. Ho hammered
out a single nnd double out of four times
up, and made it catch of Walsh's foul
fly In the seventh which whllt foolhardy
was the sensation of tho season here.
He chased the ball to left field bleacher
seats, then leaned over and caught the
bull, the momentum of his try carrvlng
him head first over the wall, but he held
to the ball. It was a desperate chance
toy take with Buch an Important series
PHILAJJHI.l'HIA (A. L.) I HOSTON IA. L.I
H.M'rphy.rft o 2 l o oilInnr,r,rf i i I ) I 0
Oldrlnclf. .30120 0 Yerkes.Jb. 4 0 2 330
Colllns,2b .3 0 0 4 2 0 S eaker.cf 101300
Hiker Jb.. 3 0 2 2 0 OlLewts.lf. .4 0 1 10 0
Mclnnes.ib.S 0 0 0 0 0 CardnerJbt I 2 1 .1 o
Slrunk.cf 3 0 1 3 0 0 Stahl.lb. 3 0 1110 0
3 0 0 2 3 0 Wasner.su 1110:0
3 0 0 3 3 tl Cady.c 4 113 3 0
toooo olo'lirlca.p o o o 3 o
0 0 0 0 0 0,
1 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 32 3102713 0
LOOmDS.p. V 0 0 1 2 Uj
Totals 21 0 27100I
(ni Hatted for Drown In the sixth Innlnc.
Philadelphia 0000 0 000 o-o
Hoston 0 0 0 0 tl 1 0 1 13
Two bsehlts-'artv. t.'antner Threp hi
hit erkcs. Sacrifice hits -Oldrlnir, OTIrten,
Hooper Ixtl on bas.es- Philadelphia.!. Hoston. 3.
Struck cut lly Hender. 1; by O'llrlrn, &: by
Hroun. 2. Double plsys-Itooper and Statu;
(iardner, rrkcs ond stahl: Coombs and Mr
Innes. First base on halls Oft Hender, 1. Um
pires Kvaus and Ucan. Time 1 hour and 49
CUBS BIDE THEIR TIME.
Harmon Tlstht, bat When Salter
Ooes In They Sinn to Victory.
CltiCAOO, Oct. R. The Cubs beat tho
Cardinals 3 to S In the next to the last
game of the season to-day. Sallee was
the real cause of the Cuh victory. Har
mon held the Cubs runless In the first
five Innings, but Sallee failed In his at
tempt to repeat. The southpaw pitched
the last three Innings and the Cubs got
all nf their runs off him.
The score :
ST. LOUIS t.V. !..). I
ab r h n n e"
CIIICACO (.V. L.I
an r h p a e
llugglns.rb 3 o 1 n 1 nish'et.ard.113 1 0 2 0 0
-Magre.ii.. i o u s o pisiiuer.ri 3 113 0 0
Mowrev-Jb..4 0 I 1
uiiinKer.ss. z i
l - ; .1 n
K'netchv.ib4 n n i n o
7.'erman.3b4 o I : o o
srhuiie.rf.,4 n t a n o
Saler.lb,. 3 n l lo 1 l
Mauser. ss. .3 n n ; 3 o
lakes, rf.. .3 0 1 4 0 0
i:vers.2b..,2 n ti i 2 n
Wlngo.r... 3 12 4 2 tilArrhcr.c. 3 0 1 2 4 1
Harmon. o 1 n 1 o 2 o
.'vrnilrrn? n t ct n n
Lelfteld.p 1 0 0 0 ti o
Totals rs 2 72412 01 Totals.. .27 3 S271.1 2
St. Louis. .0100 II 001 02
Chlra-o. 00000201 3
Left on hjses-St. Louis. 2; Chicago, ,. firjt
base on balls-On Harmon, 2; off Sallee. 2: o:t
lavender. 2; on Lelflcld. 1. Struck out Hy liar
men. 2: hv Sailer. 2; by Mvender, 1. Two base
Mis "Mngo. Hvans. Sacrl'lce hlts-lfausrr,
Jif.f co- Wl'l'tll'ifglns. stolen bases-Tinker
Miller. Uouble plays-Lavender to Archer lo
Immcrmman: Lavender lo saler to Xbinier.
man; Hauser to Kourtchy. trmplres-HrSinan
and Owens. Time 1 hour and li minutes.
REDS CINCH FOURTH PIACE.
Heat Pirates While Phillies Are I,o.
Inx tn lloatnn,
Cincinnati. Oct. 5, The defent of the
Phillies at tho hands of the Bostons eh
nbled Cincinnati to cinch fourth place
In the National League race this after
noon, when they defeated the Pittsburg
team by a score of C to 5. The run thut
won the gnme cnm In the fifth Inning
ns the result of a home drive by Mitchell.
The scoie :
PI'ITSIlUlli;. . CINCINNATI.
ibf h II 1 ,! nHvkt.-
M'Carthy.3b.v 1210 n Heartier .If. & 0 0 2 n n
Carey .11 '. 4 11 1 4 I) ti jlatcs.rf 4 12 2 10
itftFnc,rKM S I 1 3 " Mltchell.rf.4 3 4 2 0 0
Mlller.lb. 4 n 2 a ti 0 Aimclda,3b3 11 1 1 1 0
i' t""'-!' . 0 1 1 11 " "rant.sa 4 0 2 3 4 0
imtier.:b.. : : 1 s 0 i:gnn.2b.. 4 1 3 s s n
Slmnn.c. 1 0 11 11 a 11 Sevcreld.e 3 0 o 0
tfMrnsor 1 000 o 11. iv,nm n n A A
O'Toolo.p. I o (1 0 0 OlSuggk.p. '20001 0
tiKelly ' " T 11 0 0 0 0 Totals.. 31 al2 271t"i
Totals 37 S 10 24 S 0
!2! Dx.ial f .nion In the ninth Inning.
(6) Hatted for Cooner n the ninth innini
ritlsburr n o n s , ft . . .
Cincinnati.. . 2 1 2 o o n n '
., Tl so hlts-Almclda. McCarthy. Miller
Hutlcr. Three base hits-Mitchell. Kgin. Wag.
ner. Homo nm-Mltrhe II. Sacrifice hlts-Promme.
Carey, Sev'ereld. Struck out-iiy Fromme. 1: bv
ChlraaTo Ovrrpnivera Indiana.
Ciiicaoo, Oct. 6 In a game featured
by hurd and argresslve playing. In which
both teams displayed mldseason form,
Chicago defeated Indiana to-day on Mar
shall Field, 13 to 0. Chicago's scores
were the results of two touchdowns, both
of which were made In the second quarter
Pierce had tho honor of making tho first
touchdown of the season when ho carried
the oval ncross the line on n straight
lilunge. Sellers kicked goal. The Maroon
second scoie followed shotllv afterward
when Vruwlnk received
! ward pass from Paine nnd ran live yards
for a touchdown. Hellers missed the roal.
J RVBHYTHINn vnn
r nices an i irrm. -tm -,
in-il'in, ,,v liPlaV
lil-ov in 1 tiv
THE IRUNSWICK-BIILKE-COLLENOER CO,
j-4& Wtiii- ko nr., wcam uhoauvyas;:
DODGERS. ARE BLANKED
BY CHAMPION GIANTS
T esreau and Crandull Yield Two
Hits Apicco and Score
Js 1 to 0.
BAUON STRONG IX 1'IXClIEij
Xcw Yorks' Windnp Blaze
of Oi'ory Now for the
The Kaattm clubs wound up the Xt,
tlonal league season yesterday nnd tfis
Wer.t will finish the schedule to-day. Th
Olants shut out the Brooklyn! an.d scored
their 105d victory. Tt.o dcstoi, 't'nlliit.d.
rrs again ciushed the. Togels, who thereby
were finally fixed In the second division.
The Cincinnati Reds defeated the Pirates,
nnd an the Cubs trimmed the Cardinals
Pittsburg holds second place by th
smnllest of margins, n half a game. The
Pirates, therefore, must bent the tleds
to-day to maintain this advantage tf
the Cubs repeat In fit. Louis.
New Vork, li Brooklyn. 0.
Boston. 11: Philadelphia, 7.
(Cincinnati, I'lttsburc, I,
Chloato. 1; Hi. Loula. I.
Maadlstar of the CHbIm.
s t t; 14 ID. I
13 10 1413
ti 0 11
Pittsburg In Cincinnati.
Ht. Louis In Chicago.
By a score of 1 to 0 the Giants dis
posed of the Brooklyn In tho last S
tlonal League game of the season yea
tetday anil Incidentally closed Washing
ton Park forever. Twelve thousand fans
stood up nnd heard the Twenty-third
Iteglment Band play "Auld Lang Syne"
when the battle was over. Tesreau, In
splendid trim, held the Dodgers to two
hits In the first five Innings, after which
Otis Crandsll let them down with two
Patrick Kagon was a puszle when the
New Yorks had men on bases, nine of
them being left because twlmely swati
were not forthcoming. The Olants gath
ered twelve blngles off the Dodgers' side
urni boxman and probably would hare
scored more than a slnglo tally had it
not been for sensational fielding.
Kagon pulled out of a tight fix In the
first Inning. Devore walked and took
third on Doyle's b.tse hll to centre. Morin
sprinted In and gathered a short fly froir.
snougrass. arter which Rsgon hit Mut
iny and the bags were covered. Again
.Moran rusned toward the Infield nnd col
lared Merklc's fly. Devoro still hugglnt
thtid. Heriog left the runneis when ht
popped a high one that was easy for
A wonderful stop by Daubert blanked
the Giants again In the second Inning.
Meyers got a life on Fisher's low throw
and on Fletcher's roller to Cutshaw the
latter made no attempt to force the In
dian at second, but tried for the bats
man, who beat the throw. Tesreau popped
to Fisher and Klrkpatrlck disposed nf
Devore. Then Daubert stopped a csnnon
shot from )oyle's bat and two mor
Giants wer left.
Jake Da-vort found Tesreau for if
solid base h : to left as a starter In the
Dodgers' ha:. of this round, but Big Jeff
fanned Wheat and a superb throw by
Meyers to Doyle stopped Daubert's steal.
Ilerzog made n fine nlay of Ktrknatrlrk's
I slow hopper, getting his man by a step.
-iurrny oeai out a nit to Cutshaw In
the third Inning, with one down, and
stole second. Ragon, however, fanned
Merkle with a wide curve and Herreg
sent a roller to Cutshaw. Fletcher
robbed Fisher of a hit In Brooklyn's turn
by gobbling a fly In short centre. Tes
reau fanned Miller and Kagon and the
Giant fans cheered.
Although Meyers and Fletcher hit
safely In the fourth Inning, McQraw's
men received another blank. Terreau
bunted and Ragon threw Meyers out at
third, Devore and Doyle following with
flies to Wheat. Cutshaw doubled tn
right centre with one out In the second
half and Stengel walked. The latter
was forced. Wheat filed to Snodgrasa
The Giants were very easy In th (Ifth.
Wheat grabbed files from BnodgrasH ami
Murray, while Merkle fanned for the
second time. A running catch by Doylf
deprived Fisher of a hit In Brooklyn''
turn, after which McQraw decided that
Big Jeff had done enough for the day.
After Ilerzog had filed out In the
sixth, Meyers rattled his second hit
through Fisher, and Becker, who ran
for him, was quickly nailed on a steal.
Fletcher rolled weakly to Cutshaw for
the thlid out. Crandnll and Hartley were
the Giants' battery In the last half. With
two out Cutshaw singled to left but was
A magnificent double play by Wheat
and Miller kept the Giants down to one
run instead of more In the seventh Inning.
t-ranaan singled to lert and reached tmra
on Devore's base hit to right. Doyle put
up a fly to Whcnt, whose line throw
squarely Into Miller's hands caught Cran
dall at tho rubber by a hair, finodgrass
dropped a base hit In left and Devor
scored the first run of tho gnme.
Murray starred In Brooklyn's half by
pulling down Daubert's long drive while
on the dead run toward the foul line.
Ilerzog shot 11 hit past, Klrkpatrlck In
tho eighth but Miller's great throw to
Cutshaw turned him back when he tried
to pilfer tho middle sack.
Fletcher opened Uie ninth Inning with
a two bagger to left. Crandall lined
single' to light and Moran, with a su
perb throw to Miller shut Fletcher of
at the. plate. Miller twisted his ankle
In tho mlxup nnd was relieved by Krwln.
Devore forced Crandall and then tt"
a victim to Erwln's perfect throw t
Fisher on a fruitless attempt to steal
Crandall then put on extra speed and u
Dodgers were whitewashed.
The wcore :
.VI 'AY YOHK (N. !).
ab r h p
an r h pit
4 112 0 0
4 n 1 4 a 0
10 12 0 0!
3 0 1 3 0 Oi
1 0 0 8 1 0
4 0 1 13 0
3 0 3 4 10
O II 0 0 0 0
Stengel.cf..2 0 0 3 0 0
uauu ri.iD.a n 1 u "
Snilth,3b...l 0 0 0 0 0
risnrr.es. . 0 1 j
1 u 11 1 3 o
Hclrhcr.SK..! a a 2 5 11
rcao.P. 20000 olliagwi.p'.. 2 0 0 0 2 '
Crandall.p. .1 0110 oNprtUsi 1 0 0 0 0 u
Totals .SJ 1 11 77 10 01 Total! M 0 42711 I
,'!n Meyers In Hie slxih tuning.
Cu Hatted for Itagon la tUctilutu innlug.
New York . . o 0. o c o .0 1 fl o I
nriauiiyn .. ... ,,,00
off Hagou. I. Stiuck ou
Crtnilvl . I; by (Ugon, 2.
Hrooklyn ..... , , ,0 0 0 u 0' U 0 0 0
Two base hits Fletcher, Cutshaw Stolen
1. first oase 00 cn-ei
nn hitlltf .nit Trsrasii, 1,
off Hagou. I. stiui'k nut ik awMu. s: hv
crnnilill. I: by Itagon, 2. Hll by pltcnrr I')'
llagoil IMiirriyi. lllls-U!1 Tesrcnu. V In 5 In-
iiiitss. iroui'ie putvs nariier anil iwyie; ours,
anil Miller. Ifl on t.c rfev,' I'url,, l. llrooK"
ly"t 2. Umpire. In chltf- -Ulem. Field uunilie
Ortb. Tiiiit; - Ihour aadTataluaWc.,