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Over 200 Hill
HORDE OF RUNNERS
RACE THROUGH RAIN
rhllnilplpltinns Bndly flpnton In
Speed Test With New
KKL1.Y FIHST MAN" HOME
MeNnmnrn Wins Fast. Time
I'ri'1 find Mohawks Take
7 -re were a few nctlve cross-country
r . .. "f vein diil lint nppenr esterdy
f, r t "I'l nf the MornltiKslde A. C. flvei
i! II. ap, nut notwlthstiihilltiB ill"
,r th it soaked through tho flimsy
' tho runner!! t ho hllEo Hold of
. I up .it St Nicholas nvcntie nnd
street Hut for the Inclement
. . . 1 ntUAVlH . 1. I I I j
VM-'r.er ill.s .mini ii-"i h(inivi4n hi mil .
-1 i'.n enthuslnsts would have wll(rt
t rfcord proportion", for :tT had rnterrd
f..i the vniimbln prlres, which were de
slc.M t1 attract entries from Phlladel
n. a s ns ,h(" ,icsl of ,n" lof'11
T e Ousters cirac over In strength so
fa i 'in.l-ers c lut were wofully weak
, . .f'riftr.l with the local men In
.. , ,.f tlniMi l'lvo i.'uaker clubs
M ii'iii'i t compete for the te.uu
i r-.l 1. the tlrst club outside
r . . n ;r.. pol, tan dWtilct This went
t tt tumor A. '. of Philadelphia, whoso
f!rt .in. 1 Doyle, trotted home In
tneit'eth place He was the nulv out of
t..w Miniet.tor to finish In the first fifty,
wr.l- m' eicht rinladelphlans llnlshed
I, . t ' rM 1""
Ti. idd- khhr was all against the
b r.i inters, two of the limit men flcht
lus for tlrst place all the way. victory
t-s'"tiK with IT. Kelly of the Long Island
. i' . oii of the eighty men who re
cti cd the ltmlt nllotment of t minutes
8' seconds Harry Smith, the ten mile
r nmnioii. was the scratch man. He hud
n.ir'; recoveied from the effects of j
v ne the Battery D ten mile run on ,
c.f'-- within hailing distance of the
1, 1 ro
t .1 MeNatmrn of the Irish American
A liandP-apped at 4r seconas. snowen
f iitst foim of any of the cihcIik and
t .id'.l his way throut-h h large propor-
. of ilin lone start hiiiin. II" llnlslvd
w -n a rattling hurst ot speed and Undid
n eventleth place, taking the last time
crlJ with IS minutes 13 seronds. It was ,
' Mr.Vamara's strong finish that earned him
th.s honor, as h beat Arthur Hoth. the
Junior cross-countr champion, l ui.ly
four seconds In actual time Hoth. with
er.e minute start, llnlshed f-lxty-tlrst. hut
was too late to count on the winning
'Mohawk A. C. teum. HcMmilng
' H Mackay, No. 7, the Mohawks sent their
rr.n over tho line with few break and
Attached tho team honors when the fifth
mm. B. Materon. passed the judges in
th twentv-elghth berth They scored
f" points against IIS for the Long Island J
A i. tho second club.
The course led up St Nicholas acnuc
to IT 4th street und befoiu going a mile
Kllv had obtained a slight lead ocr the
nt of the limit men. with o'.Mear.i a
tew yards behind. At the turn for home
K v had Increased his ndxantage to
twerty yards. O'Mcara stuck on well and
i' iRStti street had lost nt mon- gtound.
)It r a mile from the finish Morris, a
i' red runner, was closing on o'Meara.
I .' Kelly always held the others safe
i" 1 won by tlility-rlvo yards, with
' Mi ara thirty yards In front of Morris.
T c ftrt four men were nil novices nnd
f. i took extra novice prlzis. Klatley,
S' Aiiselm.i A. C. who finished fifth, won
tli- prize for the first I'athollc Athletic
1,. ic'ie man to finish.
i but fourt'eu of the starters com
I ted the course, the order of the llrst
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I fit 30 n't
I 30 30 t
4 no io
4 30 30 3S
4 00 30 11
3 30 J3 43
4 IS 30 S3
3 fO 30 03
3 SO 30 07
4 30 31 11
3 3b 30 :
4 30 31 13
4 nO 30 45
4 so 31 :j
4 0 31 !4
4 00 30 bft
3 30 30 :s
3 45 30 43
1 3 15 30 13
3 45 30 44
4 1.'. 31 15
' 4 30 31 31
4 30 31 :
3 30 .10 31
' 3 45 SO 49
' 3 00 30 05
. 3 45 30 t.l
3 30 30 37
3 30 30 38
4 80 81 33
! 3 30 80 40
. 4 30 31 41
. 4 30 31 4 J
. 3 00 30 13
3 30 311 ii
' 3 45 31 0
. 3 00 30 IS
3 15 30 34
. 13 S3 35
, 4 30 :i M
, 4 00 31
. 4 30 31 53
! : 30 i r.5
" 3 45 31 II
1 4 00 31 81
! 3 15 30 47
. 4 30 33 03
3 II ft 49
3 30 31 5
I 30 S3 Ii
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. i 30 j: os
3 00 S3 39
3 4 5 31 M
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PLAY ACROSS RIVER WEDNESDAY
International l.eaicne'n Mart Pnta
.All Dltt I.enKnea In Line. j
Th International League's pennant
race opens on Wednesday with Ituffalo In
Jersey city, Toronto In Newark. Montreal
In Providence and Rochester in Hnlttmorc
Toronto, Rochester and Unltlmore. which
finished one, two, three respectively last
neason, appear to be the stronger- The
Newarks h.ue been Improved to a marked
degree by Manager Harry Smith and their
career will be watched with unusual In
terest. The .Skeeters have secured
1'ltcher Pavls and First Unsemnri Itarrv
from Chance, and they may purchase the
release of Shortstop Jack Martin In a day
or two. The team is falily well fixed for
pitchers and catchers, with n hunch of
good men for the other positions. Hill
Clymer will handle tin- Huffaln team for
the first time anif he appears to have ex
cellent material tn work with. Montreal's
team Is about thn same as last year, but
rrovldencfl still remains nn uncertainty.
It has suddenly "dawned on Cincinnati
critics that the Heds are weak In the box.
This defect was pointed out man weeks
ago, but Manager linker stood pat If
the Redi stick n mum! In the ruck there'll
be hard times ahead for Tinker
Beaten In their tlrst game on Saturday,
the Cubs, through Murphy and Kvers,
offered the usual allhl. They eald that the
freezing temperature handicapped their
pitchers The Cardinals' comparatively
new boxman, Orlner. howavcr, soemed to
revel In the nrrtlo atmosphere. The de
feat win n bitter pill for Roger Bres
nahan, who vvns eager to whip hla old
"If Hana Wngner and Napoleon I.ajnle
can play ns well ns ever, there's no doubt
nbout Frank Chance," cnys the veteran
Pan Brouthers. "Chance Is 33 years old,
much jounger than Wagner nnd I.njole,
nnd he ought to remain In tho game for
several seasons: yet.
The Pirates have stnrted off like chum-
plons, even with Wngner on tho benrh,
Babo Adams, nccoruing to rreu uiarai',
will be a consistent winner In thn box,
showing n return to 1 1 In form of four
yen l a ngo. Aitle Ilnfman, the former
Cub, nlt.o has taken a new leaso on life.
Second Baseman Butler Is a fixture.
Clarke did aonio woriylng about Adams,
llofnian and Butler beforo tho reason
After Thursday's game nt Washington
Bert Daniels said to Chance: "Wo were
posed out, boss, but the spirit of '78 was
Schnlk Is catching wonderful hall for
the White Kox and Is worth every penny
of thn j lii.ooo Comlskey paid for him-
Van Vllt-t I'raliea Mlnnraola.
Cleorge Van Vllet, who made b great
recoid as coach of thn New Rochello
Rowing Club last season, has taken
chat go of the crows of the .Minnesota
Boat Club nnd writes that the Western
ers are likely to bo dangerous In the
open tegnttas this season. The old oars
man look n seat with the Juniors In the
eight nated shell and was much Im
pel used with tho work of th tyros. He
also hud thu senior eight out nnd says
that in the boat nio many line oarsmen.
83 The Minnesota have a line club house
and nn toenl couise ior practice, pres
2S5!i'iit Ihere ui more can.lldates foe tho
ciewa than thero are boats for them to
j? ii I mw In. but the club niemberse are hust
ling nnd before the season Is fairly
l started the equipment of crew( and acul-
UPON THEIR BRAWN AND COURAGE
Fine Day forWalking
Barring the Weather
pi.VF, iliiy for a wul!i. if you (in
not mind tin wpuiIht." wns ,
the s-entimont cxprw-nl ly thirty
members of the Wnlkers flub of
Ainericn uheti llioy nswmbliHl nt.
City Hull shortly after 0 o'rlock yes- '
lenlay mnniim; fur the weekly hike
They determined to Ktunter to
Coney Ifland nnd at fiilo set out to i
tnidiie aloiin thu muddy roads with
lim Hock In t; in pacemaker. Rain
fell at interval, but the sturdy
walkers only increased the puce and
brought up at Surf avenue at ll:5o,
a itait of nearly six miles an hour.
With only ten minutes ret several
of tho peds Martcd on the return
trip nnd reached the City Hall at
'.':'J0 F' M. The weather was even 'i
worse eominc; back, yet the distance
was accomplished in J hours 'JO
minutes. Amonp; those who made
the round trip were Sam Schwartz,
Ferptison. Treffy and Nichols.
CYCLE FANS AGAIN DAMPENED, i
Wlodrome OpenlllK I'onllioned fnr
Third Ognilay In Socceanlon.
New.uk ccle racing fans are beginning,
to bdieve that some sort of Jinx Is foi- i
liuviti lhe.r snort For tho third week'
in i-ucccsslon there was a postponement
ycttentay in tno annual opunint: in ine
.Newaih veiournine . urnzie oi i .tin.
which lasted about Lhree-quarters of .in;
hour, but enough to make, the banked
track too slippery for racing, caused tin -
UZt- the two preceding Sundays the
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imii i .line iv i-iiiiii in,,- ,,i,- ,1,,,.
et Mr th" start. The skies had been
gradually bilghtenlng up all day and
everything appeared propitious for a lace
meet until 2 :IB, when the drizzle s.-t In
There were a couple of thousand people
gathered at the track Shortly after they
had dispersed the drizzle stopped.
National Champion Frank I.. Kramer,
thn pride of Newark, will bo homo this
week from a successful campaign of
Kurnpean tracks He is billed to appear
at tho Newark Velodromo next Sunday,
nnd many of his hero worshippers want
to see him win the Shanley handicap, tho
feature event of the opening card. Maybe
the weather will clear for him.
LARCHM0NT CUPS FIND HOMES.
I'lnnl Shoot nf Season Flnda Pnll
Srnrea the Ilnle.
Trap shooters of tho I.archmont Yacht
Club held their final shoot yesterday for
thn regular weekly and season prizes.
Next Saturday the club will hold nn Invi
tation shout for the Interclub nnd uni
versities indlvldunl trap Phootlng chain-plnnt-hlp
and also for a leg on th Larch
mniit trophy presented by Commodote
Ysterd.iy' shooting was done In a
rainstorm, but nineteen men faced the
traiss In tho nine contests decided and full
scores who returned u nil but one. Nine
men tied with full scores In thn t-hoot for
tho visitors trophy. They wero J. II.
Whiting. W. K. Ferguson, 11. I.. C, Robins,
Pr. I.. Culver. A L. Burns. K, Oixiss, A. .1
McMnnus, A, W. Fltzgemld nnd Pr. A
Sauer In the shootoff Burns won, but
the cup finally went to 1). I- Mi'M.ihou,
who already hnd won two legs for It. In
tho final Hliontoff he won It with a straight
break of 25 birds. Ho also proved tho
winner of the special trophy for the sea
son with a straight break.
Ralph I.. Spotta raptured the high gun
prize for the day, which gives him nine
teen bars for the season Ills scorn was
136 out of the losslble 15n, Ills son, R.
K. Rpotts, Is now owner of the tiou-wln-tiers
cup and W B, Short took thn ac
cumulation cup outright with a straight
bruak of 25. The tak homo trophy went
tn McManui and the loo tanget handicap
prize to Burns. Thn monthly cup was won
outright by Fitzgerald. The ten target
scratch contest was won hy R. L. Spotta
and the fifteen bird scratch shoot went tn
A. W, Church.
Monument for Blocen's iraTe.
Lexinoton, Ky., April 13. An autopsy
held on tho body of Blnscn, 2:0i;, the
fnmous trotting sire, which died nt Castle
ton Farm last night, was held to-day, le
velling Inftanimatlun uf tho stomach ns
tho cause of death. Blnscn was tho sire
nf Uhlan, 1 :.is, nnd other noted turf per
formers nnd waa vnlued at 160,000 Ho was
thn properly of David M. Look. Kd A.
Tipton, John Dickinson, Harry fitlnson
and Look were with the horse when he
expired. A monument will be erectedV.
over Blngen'e grave.
THE 'SUN, MONDAY, APRIL 14,
- . 'mi
While ox ritmh Into I'lrat Place
'lie Willi t. l.oill Urnnni,
lt li-'itins the Hionns vetrday the
U let.- i climbed up to a tie with the Pt
I.oui" ti.fii f"- third lilac, the Athletics
and Wash.iigtoiis bcitu ahead of these
two with a peifect percentage. Tile Cleve.
lands and Iv-trolts ran foul of more lain
and had to wait over a diy
Clueasn T, St Ir.ll. 2
Clrieland Deirmt rain
DcfHlled Club Mainline'.
Si tiulf. ..
(iamrs I est
ii o ll I1 ll 1 2! 2
Nen- York in Ho.ton
Philadelphia In wanhlnrton.
riueajro in t l.ouin
Deiroit 111 Cleveland
ED WALSH STRIKES OUT SIDE.
was but one
, Three (In ami Xnnr lnl
( ballrr fJora In
ST. Lnrt. April 13 There was but one
, bright spot mixed up In the burlesque ball
, Mm( to-.y between Chicago's White Sov
i - n-n. With three .m
M. i.ou s s luiir or the n nt n nn tic ami no
one out IMward Wnlh relieved Frank,
l.ango nnd struck out the side, the White i
ox wlMnlnc - to 2 ;
Ptovflll wni iinftblr to nni ft pitcher
n'lftVlV rtf Via rs t-vAo fnr- iha Ttrnil'ria
W..1... ... limit - a
Lvnrrnz. th roan 1ftftii" phrnmn,
tnrttri ng.in.tt th.- Snv nni his inferior
worn c.iusen tn Drowns tlrst cjetcni mi
season His fielders, however,
costly hioals? The White Sox piled up
six runs against i.everenz. Allison siaricn
pitching In the seventh and ho also was
handled roughly. Besides changing pitch
ers often Stovall used four pinch hitters
and a dllTetent catcher and shortstop.
Th'- smre :
CHICACO (A. L ) ST LOUIS
at) r h p a e ab r h p a e
Halblh.. 3 0 1 I ,i OMiotten rf .1 ft 1 : 0
i.nrn .in . ii ii i ii .innii n.ii " i i "
Cnlllns.rf s 1 ; l o nl Wilt'nu.rf 4 ft 1 l n
liodie.cf I ft l o i ft Pratt. :b . 3 l l .t r.
liorton.lh i l nn i ii,stnvalllb ! l : J i
IS s 5 ; ?ffl;S.h' ? J ,' f i
1 1 0 .Inliiis'n.lf s ft I 1 n
IW-llnhns .' 11 1 I .1
. - J . I "I -UHllilllll . '
.1 ft o ft f. ft1 lijlentl.nl. i ft o l l
u ii 'i ii u ",.iiir.i: . . ... .
IVVaker.. 1 0 ft n n
Tnlnln 7 Hi.? II I .1 l,,',l'r .. 1 ft
l.evir'n.p ; ft ft ii 4
' Mll.im.p. o ft u n ft
o S i I
I....... ' . ft a n n
Total. . 31 1 ! :7 3
Ujttril tnr W.il.h in thn seventh Itinnn
tllatlid lor Amieiv In the i.enih lunula
UUtteri for Allison in the seventh Innini
lllatted lor stone in the ninth innin.
Chleazo . ft 1 n o ft .1 1 o 0-7
St Lmiln ft ft 0 1 ft ft 1 ft ft-J
To b,isn hits-stovall Jnhnnton, llodie
Three basn hit Srlullt llnme run Weaver.
sarrilhv run l.nnl, .Inhn.ton. Schalk .. baerl
nee nit Matt ek Dniinie fiia)-itain aim.: ," ,i, o... fi,. Hova nf thla
Weavrri I.ause, Wraver ami BorPia; llorum In Boston the first three mi I mis
anil Weiver First base nn balls -Olf Lerereni. i week and play the rest of the week
C: ntf I..-nir. 4 nlf Alli-nn I. otf Mone. I
Mrui-k nut Hy l'vereni, 'J bv I. ante, 4; bv
Walsh. 5, by Stone. 1 J'ltchlne lemrd-Off
I.everetu 4 hits, f. runs in m Innings : oft
Allt.on, ; hits. I run In one Innins: H Lame.
hits : runs in elfht innings and noun out
In ninth lft on base Chicago, s Time
; hours and minutes. Umpires Kvans and
Abrnuia Seta All the Pace,
I Abrams of tlm Trojan A. C, set the
pace for tho members of tho Reliance
A. C- In tho cross country run held over
the course of tho latter club yesterday.
Oreenberg nf tho homo organization stuck
to 'tho vlBltor for half tho distance when
Abrams diew away to win hy nenrly
100 ynrds. Tho first ten finished as foi
. 19 SO
, :t o!
i 15 4)t
Poa. Name and Cluh.
1 I Anrnms, Trojan A. C
2 M. Ureenberg. Itellanca A. C.
3 N. Stenker, Kellanca A. (',,,,
4 3 Kaintter, ltellanca A. C...
6 M. Klein. Itrllance A. O
tl It. Uromi-r, unallached
7 J. Itoaenthal, Junn A. C
8 ll. Khontzer, Oakland A, C...
I rt. Levy, Aema A. O
10 D, a raily, unsttaohea. .........
HAI E BALI. Vola Oraaadl. TaHlay, 3d
P. M., GIANTS V. BROOKLYN. Af.
Roads in Open Run of Momingside A C
WAIT ON WEATHER
FOR FAST BASEBALL
Interrupted Schedules Keep
Tenms From Getting
CHANCE'S MEN AT HOME 1
At Polo Grounds on Thursday,
When the Giants Go
naln nnd Interrupted achedulos liave
prevented thn big league ball clubs from
appearing nt their best In the few games
thus far played have prevented all of tho
clubs from striking even what stride they
might havo struck hut for had weather
nnd scattering games. They couldn't havo
gone far In four days, hut could hae
done more settling down than they have
done. Nearly all of the teams had good
enough weather In the Routh to come
home In good condition, taken as a whole,
but with cold nnd damp days, no warmth
or sunshine, they haven't been nble to go
ahead with much smoothness or to show
their various normal degrees of form.
The season has progressed In a spas
modic way and with ery little Indication
of what to expect from the different
factors In the races when they get to
going In accord with their real Hblllty
The patrons of the gnmo will have to'
wait a while, wait until whatever set
backs the weather has caused have been
overcome by some steady playing and for
suitable weather beforo seeing the clubs
begin to show their real best or worst,
liven when conditions are favorable per
centages at the end of April mean little,
and .they mean still less when there are
frequent postponement, raw air and heavy
When three pitchers such as Teareau.
Wood and Coombs have to be sidetracked
all on one day It la reasonable to look
further than complete Inability on their
part, that la conditions for which no out-
nlde cali'e Is to blame, to account for
Ihclr not being equal to the occasion.
Tesrcau was taken out of thn game with
the Hustons not because he wus doing
badly but to make room for a pinch
hitter, but all th" same he wasn't at his
het lie. Wood and Coombs doubtlen
felt the effects of the damp and chilly
dHy even if there weie pitchers who did
ionv through In good style under self
If the weather clears In time for the
club-, to realize on the condition which
most of tlvm acquli.d during the training
sermon, the early patt of the campaign
ought to bring forth better playing on the
whole than was the case last year, when,
owing to bad weather, most of them were
not fit when they cwme north, and when
bad weather held on for a considerable
time after the championship seasons be
gan There always will be slraaglers, and
predictions for n closer raco among the
whole eights are perennial, hut that Isn't
any reann why a closer rAre cannot de
velop this year. The strong clubs have
retained their strength this year, so far
as can be foreseen, but there must come
times when the weaker ones have
strengthi net At leai-t several of the
weak sisters of lat ear, notably the
New York Americans. Drowns, Brook
!ns and Hoston Hruves. have started
'out that way. nnd witn new moon
1 and iith-r change" to patch up w-enk-t:e-ses
It may be that then- are this year
weal, ilubs of last ear which won't
rracl; under pressure If that proves to
be the i.ie new elements enter to make
I mote trouble for thn clubs of known
I The New York American League club
, hasn't appeared at home as ;.et, and If
I Cub-ago 1 going to give a big demon
stration for Chance when he goes to
j that cltv New York ought to-do no less
,1111111 turn out In gie.it numbers when the
new leader and his tram make their first
I home appearance, next Thursday Tho
Welcome heie should be no less cordial
even If leK formal
I The verdict In Washington concerning
ie New Yorks was that they are a ngniing
i i, ... i, .i,. ini.tnruhln nf
e,n of spl. I u tn er the '';V"s.tt
. Chance, and the . J'" "i"',?
In lewn Is an I muluaMn asset. t
won't win In Itself, but no team can win
-- - .... . -,.i
. won i vv in in iiu. " -J",
wl1tn.0"t '' A. !n'',,,.lv VtAhi Tcrmmt '
'?lr, ' 'ir To keen on trvC that la a
TJXZ oi, V. no, on J
known tiasenaiL nut is game
-- - - - . .
The lighting qualities of the Giants naxe
helped them Immensely ! ' ln'nK Pf""
Hants, and ns thn are kr,on
iram iiip imiiniK nium .
ePIl exporlcnclnpr riglit uround th opn-
I CiA n.iail ultaiA nn nnrohanl!fin. FflT
nia( llll.T- lirvu . . T
that mntter, thpy weren't ns why with th
Imt n the oprnlnB Ram they ap-
" ,, f hnrfl .,..,. .hlch ,,Mn.t ,,t
peareo to ne I ney nimini iii .mil
made,.,, , m. -xf.rlrU. Khnfer. Ilerzoir
and Me.vers (ill had hard hit balls con
Verted into (lilts.
III lleldlng thn Ulants opened this year
with a display of the erratic performing
.i.im. .i,i.rnntnnH their season Inst
which cliaracterlzcd their aeaaon last
year, but with regard to the well known
. ..t.nll.laa ll.f.,. I.DI-A HlOV BfA flit
there as much ns a year ago. pitching.
blttlnir. base running, acorlng. It Is true i
of them as with a majority or tne urai
0 ...,.. ,.,. . ,, .uea last
I 'll""'"" " "- ..i, , "
. . ..,,u
ft ysr that they have enough outh to
i r(,ach tho overripe stago this year. A
? ' mndltlon which obtains this year and
wmch'mak'sfor high grade of baseball
- ' l llion- ,llliiwi" . ...,..n -
ftof tnn ,trr,n- clubs Is so mado up of ma-
"i-.-.,,. . .. reuehvd thn noini wnicn
mi. , . ... .
ll , leniiM in me now ll mninr-. .... ...
ft terestlng development of the opening week
0, ,wo rtpfpnts the Athletics Inflicted
S cm the Red Sox. meaning not that tho Red
ft uv t.n.-n txntt hnrk hut tnavhan that
-,. ...... r,w..w ........ v
the Athletics nave come oaca.
Schedule provisions for the local clubs
this week tire games nt the Polo Grounds
to-day. to-morrow and Wednesday with
Then the Ulants go 10
Boston for flvo games. The Brooklyns,
after meeting the c.lants, will play at
home with the Phillies on Friday and
- 1 Sa(urda., T,,0 j;cw york Americans are
at the I'olo Orounds with thn Washing-
tons. On Wednesday the International
League will get under way, and the base
ball season In Irs entirety will be In full
So an a Will Oppose Sailer.
Cincinnati. April 13. To-day's game
between tho St. Louis Cardinals and Reds
was postponed because of a drizzling
rain which fell all day. The Cardinals,
led by Manager Miller Hufgtas, reached
here this morning. Manager Tinker will
Use fluggs In to-morrow's game. Ho will
naaumont, 8; Houiten, 1.
Dallas, 4i Auntln, 1.
Waco, t; Fort Worth, S.
(Jalventon, Si flan Antenls, !.
Memphis, 4: Montgomery, . m
Mobile, I; iNew orleana, 7 (first slii),
Mobile, S: New Orltans. 1 deeond line),
No ether ama played.
Cottoa nlatsa IieasB.
Jaekten, si rrarkndile, I.
No other games played.
Coh Brak Into Wljnlnc I)fcllon
tr nonnlng I'lratr.
Thn Cuhn hroke Into the winning dlv.
slon yesterday nnd hurled the I'lrates Into
the losing division. Kxers's men wete too
much for tho Tlrates. The other came
scheduled In thn West, Ileds vs, Cat
dlnals, was postponed on account of rain,
leaving the Hostons and Cardinals still
tied for first place.
Chlcato. T: ritUbitrc. 4
Detailed 'inn itanciincii.
ll I lltniV
I I . I
I I' .W.
Brooklyn In New York
Boston in Philadelphia.
St I.mili In Cincinnati
PMtnhuri In Chicago-
CUBS DRIVE HENDRIX TO BENCH.
Five lilts In nn Innlne enrr F.qnal
Nnniber of It tin a.
Chicaoo, April 13. Befoie a crowd
that completely filled the grand stand and
bleachers at Cub Park, nnd overflowed
into the outfield, the Cubs defeated the
Tlrates to-dny by a score of 7 to 4
Hendrlx was sent to the mound In the
opening session and had plenty of iteam
for a time, but weakened, and was driven
to the tall timber In the fifth Inning, the
Cub clouters getting to him for flvo hits
nnd an many runs. Cooper, who suc
ceeded him, held the Cubs scoreless
throughout the remaining Innings. Cheney
pitched good ball for the Cubs, but was
found for a total of nine hits, three of
which went for two bases, the ground
rules causing the extra Pases
Four hits In the opening stania re
sulted In two rims for-the Cuh. Cheney
managed to keep the Pittsburg hits sepa
latrd III all but one inning, when they
aciumuhiied three hims. which, with two
,ln!.ii(u, iiftted three run" In tho eighth
a double l VIom Into the left Held cimvd
nnd a safe one by Cooper scmed me
nlTTSIll'THJ CniCACO (N I, 1
Carey. II 4 1 0 4 ' 0 C'jrm r.et
H'fm'n rliUMI Jen le.rf
ll.-rn. Ih 4 1 1 a 1 1 M tc .If
I 1 ft
h 1 ;
i 1 o
:. i l
3 ft ft
4 ft 0
Viol. 4 0 I I 0iZ'rm'n.3b
Minor o, 4 ft 2 7 0 0 A't-h'r lb.
0 0 A'ch'r lb. ( ft I
Wll'm.rf I 1 I 1, Liern.sh 4 I I
'' 2 0
Bllrr.Jb ll:: -' 01 Br'dw'l.ss J I J
(iibn'n.i- : 0 11 I n n; B una n e 3 " 1
Mennnn 1 n 0 0 ft ft Chen'y.p 4 ft I
0 3 I
R 1 ft
0 S 0
Kelly.e 1 0 n s 0 0
H'ndx.P. 1 ft 0 0 0 ft, Tolali 55 7 11 !7 14 1
tllooe 1 0 1 0 0 0.
C'per.p 1 .0 1 1 1 el
Totaln is it'f. V
Batted (nr OII.no 11 In the filth Innmi.
tUatteil tor Hendnx in the fifth tnnlns
Pittnburr ft a s 0 ft 0 ft 1 04
Chlcano . ft 0 ft r. 0 ft ft x-7
Two bane hits Miller. Cheney, ioi Puller
Hitn-Off Hendrlx. I In nix iniungn l)a-'s on
balls-Off Cheney. 4, olf Hendnx. :. nil
Cooiier. I hiruck mil ilv Mendrlz. 4: by
fiinnpr. 2. hv I'henev 4 ltl on bni-Chl
ao, 9, Pitlaburr. f l,'mrlre-0en and
Outhrie Time-. hour
CAMER0NSGO AWAY DOWN.
I.naa llelenle Tbrm to Second 111
Tlalnn In State Soccer l.ragnr.
The cellar soccer championship of the
first division of the New York State
l.engue was definitely decided esterday
afternoon at Celtic Field. Brooklyn, when
the Clan Mackeniles triumphed over the
Cnmerons by K goals to 4". The two
teams met last week and the contest
resulted In n tie. Hy the Camerons" de
feat they go further down than the cellar,
bdng relegated to the second division In
I uoin e evens iriea naia lo nveu me
booby championship Wing thrust upon
them, nnd nt half time the score stood
rianameii. In the
.ij ,,, f., ,,m.j .
Both elevens tried haid to aveit the
, 4 to a in lavor or in
Uecond period the Camerons tallied an
other point, but the Mnckenx'lea found the
Camerons' net on four occasions. Cook
celled for thn Camerons.
Clan Uaokeoile. Poittloni.
Cameron F O.
Lrtl half. ..
Outflrte right... ,
tn.hle left . .
J. Isaac ;
K. Pick ford
Score Clan Markeniie. s. Cameron I" C, 4
i.oa a .-nrriina. s. i nr.. irucr, w. urn,
s , l..!.. e llrUfnnt llrferrr W lllam
u nilama. Linesmen J nhn i.llla lor Clan Mac
' krnzle, Charles' Miller for Cameron I
' at half time-Clan. Mackenrle. 4: Camci
on i . u. ,rore
amcron F. C, 9.
Time of halve s-4 tntntiirs each.
' LI0HTENBERG ASSISTS ADAIR.
Win of Foraaer Orrr Itoienbanm
fllvra Imttrr Hernnd Place.
In the final round of the nnnual chain- i
plonshlp tournament contested yesterday '
UI ityr. rnnma nf fho n !.-. Il.n Chn..
... . ...
I Club the winners of all tho prizes were
determined, the first having already been
decided In favor of Magnus Smith, club
Second prize went tn Ur Oeorse F
Adair, with a score of 7 1 j tu 2'a, al
though thla hinged upon the outcome of
the gamo between Hurry Rosenbaum and
L. Llchtenberg. Rosenbaum waa the
favorite, but playing thu blacl sldu uf the
Hollandlsh opening lost tho exchange at
an early stage. Llchtenberg scored In
forty moves. Rosenbaum with a final
scoro of 7 to 3 hRd to be content with
Rosenbaum, who wns the only one to
win from Champion Smith, lost altogether
two games, to Field and Llchtenberg,
ind drew against Northiup and Llebling.
Dr. Adair loBt to Smith and Rosenbaum
and drew with Northrup. The fourth
prUe fell to O. E Northrup. fij to a 14,
and tho fifth to Otis W. Field. 6i to 44.
There yet remains to bs awarded the
special prise for the most brilliant game
of the tournament, donnted by Arlstldes,
president of the club.
AT KANBAB CTTT.
R, H. B.
Ketitas City 1
Baterlea Iamn and Idlnt(m; Mftrgan
It. II. E.
. .1 7 0
.. 10 1
n it 1:
. .: .
AT- ST. PAUL
. jaui , 1 s i
Batteries Berfer and Miller; Orenmra
4 s i
It. K. E.
flelutnnua 1 7 1
MhineaTMll I ft
Batteries Fattarson aad OIvsbsi Cook antl
BUSY WEEK AHEAD .
FOR LEADING BOXERS
Brown vs. Anderson find
Murphy vs. Woljrnst Bisr
Cards on Pacific Cont.
HIMTTOX TO MEET BALDWIN
I'nlzcr Dim To-dny With riinl
lonprn to Moot Smith. Mc
Tarty Mini Willnni.
This will bo a busy week for Imxeri.
big nnd llttte. Two twenty round battles
of Importance will be decided In Cali
fornia Knockout Drown nnd Hud An
derson ate scheduled to meet In a tetnrn
bout t Vermin to-morrow Ileferee
Hvlnn calldl their first battle a dmvv
lifter each man had been nn the veige of
i trip to Sleepvllle, Drown, who hai
become popular among l.os Angelex spoil
Ins mm, will receive a $4, nnn guarantee,
Iml Anderson will enter the ting a slight
Tommy Murphy, the local lightweight,
nnd Ad Wolgiist, former champion of than
i1h", will have (mother sell., .n Iv.ti
Clt.v, near l-'rlsco, on .Saturday They
iir.igiit tiventy rounds to a draw six werka
ago, and Wolgnst, decl.irlng that he wasn't
in. nenianoeo: another setap. Wolgnst. as
usual, will receive a big guainntee for
his servlres, while Murnlir will Inke a
percentage. If Wnlgast dnen't win de
clslvely this time he will lose all fuithr
r gni to a return match with Champion
Jack Rrltton and Matty Dnldwln of
Doaton vv-lll he the nrlncin.ila 111 imp nf
three ten round bouts at the St .Sk-hnlas
A C. to-morrow night. Baldwin has
beaten I.cach Close, who also was easy
ior nriuon, uence tne match. .loe Itlveis.
the Mexican. Is anxious to tiiert llrltfiiti
or I'Veddlc Welsh, the English champion.
wiui no! mea or sirengtnenlng his de
mand for n title hout with Ritchie. An
other bout nt the same club will he tun
vlded by Jack McCarron and Chicago K.
l.llther McCnrty Is matrherl tn hox
I'lteman Jim n.vnn six rounds m Phila
delphia Wcducday night McCatty still
demands th earth for a ten lound hout
with Ounboat Smith In the Oarden next
fiunhnnt Smith on lu poor showing
with Ueotge It.idel (hi. Iinni, jn t ie
g.irded as such n terror nftei all liodel,
an nwkwiiiil. Inexperienced man, aituallv
nutpnlntid Smith In six of the ten loutnK
Though Itodel wai floored half a dozen
times there Is a supii lou th.it he went
down partly of his own accord. Mi
never was groggy and always had his
bend Willi til ill The best reason to be
lieve that a competent referee would have
called tile bout a draw Is the published
ttatement that "Smith won because he
K-oreil six knockdowns, but Itodel out
Al Palzer and hl manager Tom
O'ltourke. are expectid to arrive from
1'urope to-dny. Talzer'n proposed light
with Jack Johnson in Paris on Grand
I'llx night has been abandoned. The big
white hope Is coming back tn challenge
(Junboat Smith, McCarty and Wlllatd
Wlllard Is on the coast talking fight,
while all the other white heavies are In
In tills pnit of tho country.
Johnny Kllb.ine. featherweight cham
pion, is a 10 to S favoilte nver Johnny
Pumice ot this city foi next weeks battle
Billiard l-'lnal at l)o le's
Final games die to be paed this week
In the handicap 1:2 b.ilkllne touinainent
at Pojle's Forty-second stipot academy
Pr V .1. Il.immll (110). Nelson Mayo
(110) and Henry I'ranien (lOfil, vv lepers
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