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THE SUN, SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1913.
Umpire Klem Joins Hands With Jupiter Pluvius in Piling Up Double Headers for Giants
YOU CANT HEAR Wl" IAT PHILLIES ARE SAYING; BUT YOU CAN COME PRETTY CLOSE TO GUESSING IT ftMflR THflllfirlT THFM
ZERO TIE WITH
A RUNLESS RUN
Umpire Not Looking When
Moose Mcronnick Bnts
wa.wm aVwvaai ilium
: 'BAD'; NOW KNOWS IT
Sfnllinus Srrs nis Bravo, pnv
the Part of Woodenlipnil-:
MINDS (?) VIE WITH s
SO PLAY DOESN'T GO
Neither ftinnts Nor Phillies
Score in an Eleven
PTEL OF THE PITCHERS
Pomnrpp and Alexander Fijrht
It Out, With 1'ntqup
The Olnnts and rhlllles played another
tie (tame yesterday, the second one of the
series, thts one going eleven Innings with
out scoring. The. Olnnts are still 111 the
lead, although the Pirates gained on them
by heating the Cubs. The Brooklyns wound
up In Boston with a victory, taking three
out of four.
New York. 0, Philadelphia. 0. Eleven In
rdnr Hrooklyn. 7: Bmlon, 1.
rittsburr, ; I'hlcaso. .
Ft. Louis-Cincinnati, rain.
Detailed Club .tfindlaga.
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i 3 Ml
& 5 fclo
St. Louis ..
Game. Lom j VI .1
New VorFT In Hrooklyn
Philadelphia In HoMnn.
Clnelnnntl In ft LnuK
Chlrngn In riitshurc.
The Olant and l'hlllle played a zero
tie of eleven Innlncs at the Polo (irounds
yrsterda.v, but only an unfortunate -lr-rumstance.
which represented th tntiKhist
sort of luck for the Hunts, kept the lat
ter from winning In the tenth Inning.
The Phllllc can thank their lucky stars,
and will If there Is gr.iUtude In their
makeup, that they weren't beaten aaln,
for In the ninth Inning, with three on luscs
'j ' ' , .," mi-,.ii, ..ii,
hitter, stahtwl a scorching single to left
NaIiI I,i.L'Iu nlm.i.hn.1 V.nmA r..l .H,.
l..A,..i .... .v." nVa . 1,1,11.... 1
viunu iu-.i.u .,,1 ...... .v. j ............
They were premature,
wasn't over far from It.
Thn circumstance leading up to the
urriauc happenings which nullined a clean j
ingle bringing In a man fiom third
r. ,hr.- Thn nt.mt. hn,4 niled ibe
bases on Merkle's smah over second.
Merkle's fa.t base running on "fielder's a o.ir 10m w orK in tne teeming tenui. ai-,
choice" base lilts bv Ib-rzog and Wllvon 'iough bedecked with rabbits' feet In
This looked llk such an appropriate time , h'Mnt-' ,llt' 'Jin'' " continue.
to put In a pinch hitter that McOrnw took 1 T ho second Inning was one of fairly
out Bemaree. who had pitched a spbndtd oml I'aance for both teams. The Phil-,
game, letter than the excellent twirling lles hn,i ,wn on I' w"rt !"" out
of Alexander, and put hi faith In Mfi"1"'" Herzog Interposed with crisp field-,
Mel'ormlek delivered all rlcht. rammed I
the first ball pitched over Doolan's head.,"" '"' "'"i none out Merkle then,
But and a big HI'T it i while h was 1 'ouled out. Herzog rapped a liner which
. .u - . ...... uM . 1 - : Dolan nfckml nff th wtl ft,i'..rM n.
in lip rtv-i in oitwoh iii-i i"iu i'iiiJiri
Klem was In the act of facing the stand
to announce the substitution. Consequently I
when McCormlck did and what the base !
runners did when the umpire was turned
the other way didn't to' Klem called the
play off, and for a while there was great
confusion. Klem dcclnred the play null
and void under rule 28, section 4, a fol
lows: "Whenever one player ls substi
tuted for another, whether as bats
man, base runner or fielder, the cap
tain of the side making the change
must Immediately notify the umpire,
who In turn mut announc.i the sam
to the spectators. A fine of $5 shall
be assessed by the umpire against
the captatn for each violation of this
rule, and tho president of the league
hall Impose a similar fine against
tho umpire who, after having been
notified of such change, falls to make
"Play shall be suspended while an.
nouncement la being made, and the
player substituted shall become ac
tively engagrd In the game Immedi
ately upon his captain's notice of the
change to thn umplie"
In the excitement of the moment the
crowd was yelling while Klem faced about
and the umpire paused for the racket to
subside so he could be heard. Hut for that
pause he might have been In position
when Alexander pitched and what followed
wouldn't have followed. Aa It was, how
eve.r h bad to take the course h did,
although It was pointed out that he could
have gon ahead Immediately with his
announcement, racket or no racket
Players were on th'dr way to the cluh
house and spectators swarming on the
field when Klem wnved his hand to
signify mat tne game wasn t over.
to know what was wrong and most of. the 1
plained. The khaki cops bustled about
clearing the field for continued action
and McOraw helped them. Wllbert
Robinson was under the painful necessity
of returning to tho bench with his vnllse
full of balls.
It didn't take long for the spectators
on the Held to clamber back to their
seats, but lt took longer for those players
who had reached their dressing room tu ,
... v,. ., , t roliu-tfintty hove 1
into sight through the distant gate, then ;
McCormlck, then Snodgrass. The Phllly
:Z:T,h"f "'m'"1 "?
were much more chipper In getting back 1
to their positions and the sudden transl-
tlon from defeat to non-defeat acted ns a
strong tonic on them
McCormlck went back to the plate
with laudable purpose of making two
hits ln one time up, but tils laudable
purpose wasn't accomplished. It was
getting harder and harder to make hits
on account of the dimming light. How
ever, with threo on and none out, It wns
still a rosy outlook that the Giants had.
Rut In this stormy situation the Phila
delphia craft never started a seam.
McCormlck Jumped a grounder to
I.uderus, whoso throw to Dooln forced
lltrkle, and Dooln's hurl back to Luderua
After Klein I'fillril Itiilnn out on In xteiil home In the seventh
Innlnu, vtlilrli, If ancresaf ill, would hn- beaten the (ilnnta j esterday.
As litem ninkes n itetnviny, Mummer Iinnln. nrnis Akimbo, In looking
hi opinion lit til m. llonlnii I I liriMs Ine up hi lunula mid snnilry other
Phllllc oliotv lion I lie) feel nliont It. Ihilnn, illsi'otinolntr niiions other
t hi nun, Is InLlim n look nroiinil the plate to arc If he ran Hnd clrcnm-
tnntlnl r lilcni'c. Wllbert It iihliisiiii, nenr III ill, l InkhiK It nil In.
Klem Was Looking
Out of the Window 1
THHOUOH no fault of their own
the (Hants yw.ttnliiy iniwi'il
connections with a (1pm.tvpiI victory
bccatiM! tlm titnpiiti wasn't looking.
This original and vicarious way of
not winning a ball Rainu occurred
at the Polo Grounds when Klein had
his back to the plate to inform the
sjH'ctators that McCortnick wa
hatting for Deiunrce. It was in the
tenth limine. All the baees weie
lilled, with none out.
MiOonuic.k, the Moose, smote the
ball with all thn ardor of his quiiil
, ruedal prototyjie rliaritii; in its
! native woods, a hit went riiicinu to
, left, and what otherwise would have
I been the winning run came surging
in. But the umpire, as told, wasn't
j looking. Therefore McCormick's
I punitive prod and Mcrkle's rollivk
I iiik run were wasted efforts,
v : .
ilotibled the Moose. Snodgrass hit to
Doolan anil wua thrown out.
"I am more than sorry the thing hap-
pencil as It dbl,'' said Klem after the
' 1 game. So was Mrtiraw. "Second the
inotioii. said McCormlck. who lost a
base hit and a hero's halo.
Hemarce and Alexander
pitchers' battle, with the New Yorker
. , ,. ,, ...
Phillies to throe hits, one In the first.
one In the second and one in the ninth
'""" '" J" puncneu more
frequently but with more force, but
Pitched In tiptop form nevertheless when-
v"r "'."fe was anybod on base. He did I
"'s n"11 "intieii tnem out ijm hits by
I'oyle nnd Murray the (Jlants Had two
. - .
Iaed and Demaree struck out.
There were a few errors, but they were'
harmles. and with sharp tleldlnn and !
mrugm pncning tne narren innings came
quickly On an error by Shafer. a steal
ana an out at first Dolan travelled to
third In the seventh Inning There were'
two out and he took a dying chance He
edged forward until he had a long lead
,.. men riitji luinnEU nil llie limn speeq
In an attempt to steal home. Demarcc.
prompter , by Meyers, noticed him Just In 1
time: He filched with shoner arn '
motion than he generally employs and
Dolan and Meyers were Interlocked at
the plate. If there Is one particular 1
! lime when players feel tho Impulse to '
'. , . . ' I"""" ieei mo impulse to
kick It Is when called out stealing home,
and Dolan nrose with a bitter ohjec-
tin,,, in setting forth said emphatic ar-1
guments for the affirmative side of the
debate life was Joined heartily by fellow
Demaree was too effective for the Phil-
lies to be very dangerous at any time,
Magee led off with a walk In the tenth, '
Dolan sacrificed, I.udcrua filed to Hnod-
grass, Doolan walked and Miller floated
high to Murray. Alexander's poor Judg-1
ment In fielding bunts put the Quakers '
In a box In the tenth After Merklo sin-
gled Herrog bunted. Alex threw to sco-1
ond too late to get Merkle. who slid In ,
on his stomach When Wilson hunted to
,ir. jiiiiitT . prK n nin nnfiiriAP nnn rifirrat
slide and beat the throw to third, u (
.1.I .. , ' "V" ra." ln
Tim. ...r .i . DO "',UBPm !
;..','.V " """ wer "i ins
I'HIl.A (N. L ). (NEW YORK (N. L. ). I
W,.'! P2 5 S,Snod.'.cfBSb5loP. S S
b..:h r, 0 6 0 O Shnfe'r ., I S S 3 3 1 !
! ? ! ! 0 uni If 1. 0 2 0 0!
rasU'rt.et 6 0 1 2 0 o,Snort'.ef 5 .
Kn.ibe.2h r, 0 1 6 0 o.shofer.. A 0 0 a a s
l.r,lM.rt.K 1 n A . . Alt.. ...... . a z - . '
. ; 2 a . i . "j"i"..n.. 11 : 2 1 0 1
J J 5 J ffiW'l ! J ? ,! ? !
Hatted for Kllllfer in the lenlh Innln.
fRan for .Meyers In the elrhth Inning
iu.uu-m inr iiFmarre in me lentn lnnlnr
s,'l!ynl ' S S !! X 2 X X 5 2 2 i 5
First base on errora-IMillsdsh.hla. 2- Nsw
York, 1 Ift on basea-Philaiielphia. 0: New
Vnrk, 7 First base 011 balls-Off Alexander. 1;
l" AreuleVs'lilVe1. !, lacr'mVnltl
Dolan, Murray Stolen ba.ea-Mwce, Dolaii
Doolan, Murray. Devore, Double ptaye-l.u.
Vn.'T' "' "u; "I""'?."' ."SIf.0,..m Mer.B'?:
Meer nnd Shsfer. ''taxed ball-Meyer.. Hit.
Off Demaree. .1 In len lnnlnr llmntM ...
ehief-Kli-m Field umptre-Orth. flme-2
hours and u minutes
"oath Atlantic I.eaa-ae.
Charlenton, 3; Macon, 1,
Havannah. s; Albany, 4.
Jark.onvllle, 10; I'nlumbua, 7.
Cotton Htatea brassr, .
Celumbu., , ren.acola. 4
Selma, 4; Clark.dale. 8.
Jackson. I; .Meridian, S.
BASEBALI.Tl.DAY. 3 SO P.M. N.Y.Amerl
cans vs. Do.ton. Polo Ground.. Ado!? ivirJ,;
in, 1 "1 .. rj era e 2 0 0 fl 1 0 .vnuKin miu iwnrr iuck vnnn u.iuiiuy is iinnner.rf 1 1151 o.Mnelu. 1 1 . . a .1
1 ,;r X X ; ? Ait.DMT"r,? ? . ? 0 " " handed to the advance the man play. He nall.ih 30102 0 Milan.cf .413100
I . -7--l&5 0000 SlHlr Just far enough from Baker's reach ' h. J feSs S 2 V
loiais. ti v 3 n 12 lX'ranilall.p 0 0 0 0 0 0 to drop safely near third base, giving .Mid Enitle.lh. 4 1 2 S 0 0 at. h 7. 1 n V ? X n l
! ta,.i. 1 a ntn nlt R'"1 Plelnef Chance on second. 1 Nn'aker.e 3 0 1 J3 0 0 Shanks If' 401210
.-.... ... . ' . intals . 3, 0 . 33 It II Ti. aiiaa-, .....1. e,., ,1,. mu, Iten'ksen 1 0000 n venri.i. .. 1 n i J i a
"ii.iiiro inr ninirer in in. letiin on n. ".'i"-. ,wav... .w. ..... ......
PLANK PROVES OSLER
RANK BUSH LEAGUER
Hurls His 38-Year-Old South
paw at New York.. Who
Emerge With II Hits.
1 ir 1 vi- Tiit-M: t- 1 Til im"' rul'ber befoio the third man was
' HI...M t 11 r. 31 11 h HI tl out and eltht men faced ltus for the.
1 . 1 inning I
:.!L-oc flu Ton nml lots n ,
MllhCS Will I en ailtl I.Cl Ulll
" IUII1CC 1111(1 Itail.CII HCI
to Second liase.
The New York Americans were white
1 washed esteidny In their last game of the
series In Philadelphia and lost throe out
, of four there. The Washlngtons worsteil
! the Iteil Sox Htid broke even on the series.
The high flying Naps b. at the Detroit.
with Ty Cobb In the otflng.
Yeatrrd ' lleanlts.
PhlUdHphU. 4. New York. 0.
Washington. C. Iln.ton 4.
rieelniL J; Detroit, 0.
Clilcacu-St. I.uls. ruin.
Detailed Clnb Standing!.
. i 2
1 ' 1
1! 1 s
New York. ...
. rr.es lost
Ileston In New York
Waehlniton In I'htladelrhla
OeveiHiirt In Detroit.
M l.ouls In I'hlcaicn.
PltlLAPti riltA, April "fir "'""J
S. Plank, who confesses to the ripe old
age of 38 years, and who Is serving hi
leillll eriienn III lilt. il,,ue .,,a.n,i
again defied Dr. Osier's ohloroform aster-
Ion by ,-l.c blng one of the very be,
.'ames of his caieeV against New Yoik
to-day and the Athletics trlumph-d ovor,,SN. hails-Off- Ford. 1 strmk'nut Hy
Chance's struggling gamesters by a 4 to Ford, 1 by Plank. 10 Hit. Or! Ford. 1 In
" score. Plank never looked better than , if'en limine -a, .off Fuller, none m one Innlnc
h did to-day. The New York; didn't have
11- nin ui-uaj. 1 ne ,r i v.mj. ii.ui. "" -
a chance against his deadly crossfire
and the best they could do was to get In
three singles, one of which was an a-1-,
dental one, which developed from an In-
tended sacrifice Into h base hit because
Haker overran Midkitrs bunt.
Ten of the visiting New Yorks punched
the air and not a man was deadheaded
to first, although the New Yorkers tried
repeatedly to outguess Plank when the
count was two and three. In seven of the
nine Innings only the minimum number of
hitters faced Plank nnd In the other two
only one above the regulation number
of three confronted the veteran southpaw, rltnK tnmn thl afternoon .bv R to 4
who In the winter time tills his farm at',,,,!, nuck o'llrlen out of the box In
Gettysburg. Pa. 1P rlf,Mh nnrt polldnR all, who re-
ill lilt) liter in nurii n ur inK am iiiiii iiit
In tho face of such hurling as this the
Chance machine was stymied, although It
,f,,.Y' 1"aa' ,'V.i V 1 7 .1. . i,
' "Z.V. " r:i.Y.. .'a Lr-A":;;IWP,VP rlkeout. (.aula twirled good,
waver, the New Tnrks got two of their the next two Innings, and w hen the
"r7hlt"' ""rr1 'HJn,5.SaobiHnn"haXhM was
til" unfleldal.le hits did them. Chance ,n ,hA bnx ana th vlstor, ,,,., nav
opened the round with a curving single chnnl.e,
" . """'.":"' .
" '1 ?. ' un?M.te "hits did them Chance. X.T ' a'.L" '"V'nth Johnson was
K'mn th unneldable nils did tnem. Chance )n ,h. bnx Hna the visitor didn't have a
mtnn.ri Inn rmilin with ft Atirvliii? nlni! n
over second iiase, .iuikhi weni up 10 tne
rubber with the avowed Intention of sacrl-
Yorks for about as long as lt takes to
wink the other eye. McKechnle's attempt
to sacrifice resulted ln a meek little
roller In front of the gum, which Lapp
pounced upon and threw to Raker In
time to head oft Chance, who was pound
ing tho turf toward third, Then Wlllluma
hit sharply to Collins, whose quick toss
to Barry forced McKechnle nnd Barry
completed the double play by easily beat
ing Williams with his throw to first.
That squashed tho New York's one and
only chance to score during the afternoon.
The only other man to reach first base
and to see what second looked like was
Roy Hartiell, who, with two down In the
fourth, singled s)iarply to left and then
stole second. But as Crre waa called out
on strikes Roy's efforts did nothing hut
liooin his Individual uveiaKH.
Before such hurling Ruese Ford, who
started the game for the New Yorks, had
an awful proposition to buck, Kor five In
nings, however. Ford made the Athletics
step some, although they mad a hit ln
each one of the frames and had men on'
the sacks In eety inning, yet could not
score. Hut what tlm Ma. kmen lack, d
in the way of dealing out the punch In the;
piecedlng is rholiiglc.il moments the iiin-
ply made up for In the sixth. Thts stanza
I si ttled the result beyond the shadow of a
doubt. Time Athletic wanlors were smt.
It n started hv Collins, who bit like
1 a 'dl nay. Retting three dmibl. 4 lini
,n single out of four tlnus up. He crack.-.l
,mt " sl''shing uglv bounding double
down the thlld ban- line. Then I'hance
orilered Hiker walked, till" tnnv. being
made to get up Mclntns with the nppar-
em lmcinien 01 naving Miuiy 1111 into 11
.double play or by a rare chance a ttltl -
'Hut Mclmil did neither, although he did
not help his side am. foi he skb.l to
(re.-, biliigltig up Pete lialey, the shoit
but sturdy Pacltlc Coast boy. I aey hits
lift handed and be bits bard wlnn be
conn.ete. The tlrst ball be parnlyrcd
r.Rm i.ninc nose ri 1 1. sane, mer o.n a Kllnfny lt,,. nrt, of the Harlem
end with the velocity of a bullet, on mver nn,i thereupon Semour declared
this Miiack Collins hit the plate for the'...... 1 VIK.M wnH n wonder.
llrst tails of the day and Haker nulled ! '.. '1 .. ,..,i.i , ,:n frirn- i
up ai mini
11.,...- 1. 11 . w...i .v.
.down Jack nt llrst, Daley going to second.
' With Linn un nnd two down. Ford was
.Instructed to pass Uapp along ta flr-t.
which he accordingly did, ni lng the sacks.
; 1 uir iiiiiwiii iiur i mm., vni.. . ,.u , 0i0 Croumls ns soon as convenient, i.yncn
hit on certain occasions The opportunity fmmiJ me lo nC(..pt , invitation on
uas before Sir JMward and lie promptly , Tm.hl,n . ilml lt ls flM ,hnt after he had
lnade good by sending n -olid single tii,hmn th() (;ints' leader some real
centre on which Haker was 1 based home . ..,,,,,., no wn, nskoi to nnme his terms.
bv I'alev Muinhv then lined to Wolter t 1. u 1.- .i, ,n ,hir.u 11
and the frame was exhausted.
Just to add to the hilarity of the oron- I
lr,n .I,a M,.Ut lull.. f.,n- 1., ,1...
. ".' '." : j' i name, wno lives 111 ins nroux. nrnni ui- to bise hit-Ztmmerrtinii Three bise hit-
next inning. w ,tli one down, i ollins i i,V,, 0perlence at the Polo Grounds I-ach hacnflc- tly- Saier, stolen bw
tuade his third consecutive double, send- , ,, lurrP,tly got in touch with President csrey. McCarthy Double play-Evei. IlndviHI
ing the ball this time down the right ; V .f Srw Ylirk Amerlcnn,. It ?1.B "iffn-IrS! I,5!T iZTZ"
leld oul line. He moved to Hi h.l on nH said v eterda that Lynch would pre- ' ily liobtK
Haker s tap to Chance, and s. ored when f(,,. .,, un(,.,. Chance, as Mc iruw's , Pitteburc. f: Chleas o 1 Pir.t base on error,
a spltter of Pord s hit the dirt In front .....i...,,. 1,.,,,.rinieiit I fullr enulnned. It '''lishurr. 1, Chicacp. 1 Hits Olf Hobln.on.
of the plate and go, . awav from WIlllHtn ' "' X'o'm w ill ! .e V.flln'W.rS'nf '? !nn,ng"-nIVll?.
l lsher pitched out the eighth against the ,inv, ip,mrm(l.v to show Chance what in seven inniius: olf llumphriei nnne m ! on"
.n.iiMiien. reiiriiiK nniry, i.app anu i iaiiK
, i ne score; i Grounds, w hleh begin to. nay. it i.yncn
. NEW YOKK iA I.i I rnil.A 'A I. I possesses real major league calibre then-wai..-."!'
ehA 1 a a l-v,. .",hA,,Ar; a a ' be some lively bidding for his ser
iChW 2 S o i o XftiSrtSlV 30020 o, vices by the rival New York managers.
iiariz i, a. .1 o i i a i renin :o 4 j 4 u i n
t'ree.lf a 0 o j o o Haker 3b 210200
Chane.ib3 0 1 is i o M'Inni..lb 4 0 0 9 0 0,
MidkifMb 3 0 10 4 n iit (-f .41210 o 1
M'K'ie.:b 3 0 0 2 1 0 flarrv 4 0 1 S 4 0 ,
, WUIl'ma.c 3 0 0 3 4 o bapp e 3 n i t x
"," u " " " ' e,i-i.inK p 30102 0
Stcrrett 1 0 3 0 il Si Total. M "t "0 'l to "0
Totals 25 0 8 24 14 1
i'.iiai urt r i.nrr 111 III" illlllll IIUI1I1K
Ne lork --SS""?!!0!?- 0
I J!"" ,,t,J?"iJT0i!',''ll'!!.,,'' ."
. ... . -e .. . . --".' ' ,
nee hit ii OMn n . PI nnk Wolei, hasV'i
3 sacrifice hits-Oldntu. Plank, bloten base,
. Collins. 2. Baker. Itarttell Double play
Collin.. Harry and Mrlnnls. Wild pll. h- Ford
-M(J p 7
and 40 minutes
SENATORS EVEN UP SERIES.
lied soi Fall In Final Jmr by fl to 4
O'Brien Blovi i ji,
Washinoton. Anrll 2R Washlncton
broke even with the Hed Sox on tho In-
.lugurul series here by winning nn ex.
1 11(,VPn lllmi fllr t)lrco h((,
iiA..A t.iM ,. wu. a. i
Khtn o'Hrten had been a 'puzzle, istab -
""'""t a r''('r,, rnr " "oason with
I nal' r?r "hington except In the fifth
nun. noennng stoppeu inc slaughter 11
xt two Innings, and when thn Hed
ZLZSS ' . , ,
ah r h p a e
O'Brlen.p 3 0 0 0 10
Gallia. n . l o o i . o
o o o i o o;
ISchaefer 1 t 1 0 0 0
Johnson, p oooooo
Total.. :ia r. fj ?2 1
10 0 0 0 0
Totals. St 4 10 24 1 "o
Fla ed for Nuntmaker ln the ninth inning.
In !'1 lor ,n ,n" nlnth Inning
'"'ted for Gallia in the sixth limine
IPatted for lloehllng in the eiehtli inning
Boaton 00002200 o i
na.hlnrton . 0 o o o o 0 j t . 6
Ift on ba.es-Wa.lilniton, in; Ho.lon, 4.
Ki.r"i h.tn n halla-Off O'llrlen, I: oft Hall, 1:
, Hlla-Off O'Drteii, 0 in rliht ami
onedhlrd innlnj.: off Hull, 3 In tun-thlrds of
an lnnlnr: oft Oalha. in six Innliua; off
noshllng, t in two tnnlnrs: off Johnson. 3 in
one Inning, Struok out-Dy O'llrlen. 13! by
noehlinr, l; by Johnson, 1. Home rmi-Knjle.
Three base hit-Speaker. Two b.ma hits
MoHler, Oandll. Ball. Stolen ba.e.-Mneller. 3:
Shanlta. Dnuble plays Hall, Wasner and Kn!
I tin Mi?rri1' M;rln n.liG,inad. 8 Wild
pltrh-lloehllnr. Umpires-Hart nnd Dineen.
Tlme-2 houra and 10 mlnule..
llfl'GRAW AND CHANCEf
WANT CRACK PITCHER
George Lynch, a flronx Semi
pro. Attracts Attention of
Hival Club Leaders.
YOrXG AND MARTIN LET fSO
n.,,,,,,,.-,,! Thn P. T, Tu n.vlino-
for New Infielders and
.. 1 ..-i. 1. o. nt - , ,,..'
mall ho n.,, ,el.nme a sensation on seml-
rf,.Hnl dlntimnds in The llronx and
, ,ro1 .:i 1I v will decide In n few day.i whether
.... m "ii .1,., rnr.. f.f .lnlin Meltrnw nr
,....,,,1, r'hnnri. t.vnch Is 19 enr old.
' f,.et 1 Inch tall In hlrf ntocklngs
nn, egbs IPS pounds. II.- Is n right
immlptl pitcher anil competent scouts
un )laXl, ,.en ,lm work s.w that he
.vni be a big league star Inside of the next
V1,nr ,Vnch has been striking out ten,
. : ,,hf. fourteen, even eighteen men In
elch k:i,. j,U!,t f;li )c fanned Cy Sey -
)flllr nf ,ne Hosto,i Nationals four times
. , .
Hnv nro mat i.vticii was worinv 01 a inai
mi ttm r.lants' A secret agent was de-
..... n-.. ti.nr. ia., u, i,i. ua
, ,.ncll wa carefully Inspected. Also tho
,j0Ull(; ,,ltl.ber was Invited to visit the
TAn,u.lilln n fnlttifnl siinoorter of
' '."'.. " . j
,. )n ,,nvntp workout during
,,, ,., , ',,rt s;nv , ,he Polo
. ,. ,,- . ), young
Chance has tied tie can in ' 'ne oung
shortstop Pep doling and Jack Martin.
Vnunr- hn lieen sold to the Sacramento
"ri nf the Pacific Const league, tnan-
, iinrrv Wulverton while Mmtln's
I elease'has been purchased by the Heches-
' r, Vouiik lft for the Coast ves-
' terday and Mnrtln reported to Manager,
Tolltl (IlllZel 111 Jersey CltV. VYOIVCrtOll
I Tnl... Ia..a1 l. lnu,' r-ltv
I tiled a claim for Young last winter nnd,
1 uni,,r bnf,.all law be had first call. The I
V.":" Tded ' we ' vvlth
the New Yorks. but he wns so weak nt
' ,hp i,. ,im. chance decided not to carry
, ' '.'., n. cimia nerrtclc recovers
the use of his Injured hand. It Is believed
the use of his Injured bnnd. It Is b
trint he will replace llartzntl at
. . . .vh,hrr Hnrtzell will at:
! u, d base or ,,oV remain
seen Chance I well satisfied wl
remains to be I
Ith his I
Alb. .,1.9 l.,n..l,W Hill Stimin. for the
' present, at least.
I It ls rumored In American League clr-
cles, however, that Chance Is working the
fr nrmth" Inflelder. also a first
class catcher The f,nsslps name Olson
, nn(, -rumer of the Clevelands, nnd Robbie
Zelder of the White Sox ns poselble ad-
' dltlons to tho New York Americans, but I
there ls no authentic information on mis
point Chance has reduced the roster of
" Inm to twenty-two men, Includliw
I Rnv Keating, who shut out the Ath
letlcs on Wednesday and also defeated
the nostons last week, will pitch for the
1 New Ynrlts against the world's cham-
von nt Sox at the ro,o Oround. this
; will be Hurk O'Brien. This will be the
' i i h nek rvitrl, , Tht.
I pnce o7 the Re"
. ?hrf wn0Pr?jf . with the G
" in p i ser les w l
. afternoon. The Huh n tcher nrohahlv
flr8t appearance of the Red Pox here since
,1,. .ria. ..,1., .m, h. mi. rh.,no
........ .......... v
also will play his first game ln a New
York uniform In the lirusn sindium,
rrenlrtent .lames R. Oaffney of the
Boston Nntionnls, who hns been critically
111 following nn operation, has been re
moved from the hospital to, nls home on
ong Island and Is out of danger. It
was said yesterday that he might be able
to go out In about ten days or two
The Jersey City club has traded Pitcher
Mains to Buffalo for Outfielders McCaba
R. H. Pi.
Tolsdn 030 2 0109 x ft 10 1
.St rail 1 000 II 01 13 04 11 1
Datterles George, Gregg mi Krelrrr;
Relrer, Gardner and Miller,
Milwaukee 0000110S 0
Cnluinblla, , , , . . . 2 0010010 04
nitlrrlea Slapnlcka and Iturh.a;
Qulllrn and Rmltli.
Mlnneapnll. 0 1 OAS A 1
Indianapolis 1 0 0 0 0 0 1
Datterles Olmatoad and Rmlih XI a-. . a.I
Coter. (Game called,)
Kn. City..., I A A 0 0 0 A A J t
Louisville A 0 0 1 2 3 A 0 06 I 1
bu?,aVa,W,0nVde, "4 'Connor! W"4-
COBB SEES TIGERS SHUT OUT.
Two of .ni' Three llun line lo
Ilnrd lllttlnu of Jolniston.
Dktiioit, April 25. The flevelimil Naps
seized another game ftom Him Tlg"is to
day, score, 3 to 0 Johnston, the NmiV
crack llrst tacker. got the llrst two tuns
'off Oeorgc Mullln, tilpllng In the rst
and scoilng on an nut, una doubling In
the third and counting when Wuch cried.
Both pltchcrH kept the hitting down.
n interesting as well us Inter, stud
spectator from n box seat behind the
catcher was Tyrtis Ita.Mnond Cobb,
ab r h n a e. Ah r h n n e
.Inhn'n.tb .1 : : 17 0 o,nuh,s . 4 D o ; 4
ciiin'n.M loni o.iiich.ef .400400
Oion.3h.. 3 0 0 1 r, ljl'rawl'il.if 4 0 110 0
.tacks n H 3 I : : 0 0iVraih.lt. 4 0 : 11 1
l.uj(ile.:b I 0 S 1 T (1 fi.utier.lli 4 0 1 10 0 0
llir e'm.ef 4 0 0 10 0 Mnn'ty.Sb 3 0 0 4 0 0
iir1111ey.il 400100 Vtti..ii .3001:0
Land e 3 0 0 2 0 1 McKee.e . 3 0 0 .1 : 0
HUnd'cp 3 0 1 11 0 0 Mullin.p. 3 0 1 0 ,-. 0
Totals St 3 ;:;i : Totals 35 0 s:; 11 1
Detroit . .0000000,) 00
Cleveland 101001 11 00. 3
Two base hlts--jAeksnn. Jnbni.lon Thre
bsse hits -Johnston, blamllng Struck out Ity
Mullln. by ltlanillnt, 2 Muses on hill Olf
.Mullln, 3: off Illamliiif. 1 Double play -ONun
ami Johntoti Kirsi b.i on i-rror -letroil
lcft on hnses- Detroit, i: Cleelaml, 4 P.ued
ball -Lain! Wilrl ,m h Mullln Umtilres
Krans and Hlldebrand. Tunc- 1 hour and 04
INEFFECTUAL RALLY BY CUBS.
Drive Itnhliiann to Cover, hat Knll
Three It 11 lis Short.
Ptrrsnenci, Atirll 25. Only four "hl-
cago players reached llrst base to-da.x
,,niii ,h., nim. i.,niL. nna h, ..
tnise got to second nae in the tne intlnie
the Pirates scored sl runs. Iti the ninth
Inning Pitcher Hoblnsnn's delivery was
solved bv the fobs. I.eaeh. bHlltnr fur
Iciymer. rapped out a three bagger and
I scored on a slnsle by Schulte. Mitchell
I reached llrst on a rumble by McCarth,
who was too anxious to begin a double
I play. Zimmerman hit for two bases, on
which Schulte scored and Mitchell tool;
I third. A high lly to lloflnan by Kaier
. scored Mitchell. HcndrK was substituted
'and the batting ceased.
CHICAOO i.V I. 1 I'lTTSnt'Rr.
I ab r h p a e ab r h p a e
' t'lvmT,ef 3 0 0 .1 0 1 Cnrey If . 3 1 1 3 0 11
!". h l I too o llolm'n cf 401:00
1 niuip.ri . 1 1 . u u.mrne.no 4 e . 1 i 1
: mil h'n it 9 1 n 1 n niii..i.ii. 1 n ? n
4 0 10 1 OiWIlson.rt 4
Satrr.lb.. 3010! Ilutler.:ti . 4 1
. Kndw'l... J 0 1 : 0 Hnblnsn.p J t 1 0 i 0
1 Areiier.o. 1 u u ; 1 niraini.p, g u u u 0 0
I "P- j 1 , n-.r.n-.-.
",",. p 0 0 0 0 1 o' ' -7 "
Totala l 3 6 it 10 41
I Hilled for Clrmer in the ninth Innlnr
I 'Batted for Ilichie in the eighth lnnlnr
1 .1AAAA.I AA.
r.,,.1 ...X.: Aa .
""" I J U U U I 1 U . 6
inni" umpirra-uvrns ami liutnrie Tune-1
hour and 11 minute.
New Orleans and Memphis, rain.
Mobile and Mnntgemery. rain.
Nashville. 1; Hlrmlngham. 0.
Atlanta, 10; Chattannnta, T.
Da.Ha. 5; Fort Worth, 2.
Houston. 8; Oalve.ton, 7.
San Antonln. 2; nesumnm, 0.
Austin, f; YVaro, 1.
Yob hare teca the play illtutrated below many a time
WHATS THE ANSWER?
Runner on first and third.
Batter hits sacrifice fly lo deep
center. Runner on third conies
hone and it life on throw to
plate, One player ol the lix
shown on fielding team it in the
wrong position lor the pity.
Sttta in lew than 25 words
which player it out of petition
For the moit accutate ana.
lysis of this plsy (to be deter,
mined by a committee com
peted of George M. Graham,
Ast vir dealer for as iDuailaateJ Maior Lutua
4Tk fast 5:hdul Frit. Ask him to show you tha Durham-
35c M.2r (,5)' R"r
Tke Faaiou Durkaai Deaioutrator
DURHAM-DUPLEX RAZOR CO.
200 FIFTH AVENUE NEW YORK
v CoatMt closet Oct. 10, 1913
i Slacks Hood Pitching t
Xrnloil Weird Mispln v
i Hnost Score to 7 to 1.
ItORTOV. Anrll efi.-Knn.A l,tnff. ,
I dining the game between the Hiookhn
nnd Hoston teams this afternoon whl'a
benr out the ante. season statement r,f
George Stnlllngs that he knew he h.ii
"a bad team " l'or baseball of the wopdin
headeil variety the exhibition bv the
Hnivis In the final contest of th ttrlti
with the Dodgeis cndured the b'cult,
nnd of course th. vlsltois took th g.m
the seme being 7 to l.
The work of the Unston outfield iva
welid, but what was done by the infield
was even vvoise. When Aithur Devlin
chases n i miner back to second ba.t anl
then tags lit m Instead of the man that
tiled to force blm off, the limit has about
been tenched. To cap the climax of this
game of tag, which made ever or.t
laugh, tlrst base was left uncovered and
Smith hurried back theie without ever
being In danger, while Datibert daneea rn
I The quality of the Hoton outfield ua
demonstintrd 111 the first Inning Klrki
misjudged n lly by Stengel and u went
for a triple. Then Cutshaw knocked or.
'to I'.ilboun mid Stengel beat n poor thro-r
! to the plate. Titu fumbled Stack's hit i
the second Inning nnd the bitter went to
'second. Stengel put one Into right f.eH
mat Sweeney :uii ne nan, ami men tr,o
ball dropped safe. Stack leaching third
and Stmgel going to second whin a tic
less throw was made to Devlin After
Cutshaw wns out ;it first, Hiimrwl wo
passed, filling the bases Wheat struck
out an Daubeit forced Hummel
In the sixth Hummel walked and Wheat
cralclid n hit to Calhoun. Daubert alsi
walked nnd the "neks were all occupied
Smith smote the ball against the left Hell
fence for a single, scoring Hummel anl
Wheat. Then Smith was caught off first
and he stinted foi second. Daubeit ran
toward third with Calhoun In chase The
latter tosed to Devlin nnd after a sap
i with Sweeney Arthur compelled Daubert
1 to retreat to the bag. Plsher filed to
K'rke. but Miller rapped one to right
which put Daubert across the platn anl
allowed Smith to reach third. Stack truc'
i out. nnd when Miller was caught off tlrst
1 he was able to get back all right. Then
' lie rmlly tried to steal and was out
Stengel walked In the seventh nnd rut-
sliaw singled, a wild pitch advancing tlfm
Hummel was tossed out by Tyler. Wheat
came acros with a single to left, scoring
Stengel and Cutshaw, and went to third
on n bad throw to the plate by Klikp
Daubert scratched u hit to Sweeney, scor
ing Wheat, and wns out trvlng to steal
Smith walked mid was caught oft llrst,
Sweencv getting the putnut. Stack pitched
a splendid game for Hrooklyn, not a llnivs
reaching second base until the seventh In
ning, when Tltu trlrled and scored on
Sweenev's out. The score :
HKOOKLYN. I IIOSTON (N. L)
Stcnsel.i'f I : 3 5 0 o Ma'rllle.ia 4 0 1 ! t t
CutV:b S 1 I 3 o'Titua.rf ..311001
llnm'el rf 3 1 0 2 0 1 Calh im.lb 4 0 0 i: t 9
Whesl.lt. 5:321 0'Sie n'y.:b 3 0 0 h J )
Dsub t.lb 3 1110 o;se.vmo r.cf I 0 1 1 o 0
Smith. Kb. 3 0 1 '.' 0 CKirke.lf ItlMI
Fisher. 4 0 0 4 2 o.lerlin.:b 3 0 l 1 ; 0
Miller e 4 0 13 1 OJlrown.c 3 0 0 4 2 rt
Slnck.p .4 0 2 0 1 OTyler.p . 3 o i o I
Totals SS 1 U 27 ll l' Totals Jl t :: i 1
I Ponton . .000000100-1
I Two base hit Stack. Three base hlts-Slen.
tel Titus Stolen ba? -Seeney, 2 DouW
play Klsher. Cutshaw and Daubert J-eft na
basea Hrooklyn. : Hoston, Kirst hsie m
bol!s-Oft Stack, 2: off Tler f First base on
error llontnn Struck out -Hy Stack. I. by
Tiler. 4 Wild pitch- Tslrr t'mplres HisW
ainl HjTon Time- 1 hour nnd is mlnuto
' At New London New London,
1 oke. 0.
At Hartford New Haven, ,
1 ford. J.
' At Pprlnitflsld Sprlnrfleld, I;
iport. 5 (eleven InnlnK.i.
At Waterbury Waterbury, 18.
I field. 2.
Ploux City, 12; Omaha, t.
Lincoln, : Wichita. 1.
Denver, 12; Topeka, 1,
Ft. Joe, 7; Des Moines, 1.
Sporting Editor, Philadelphia
North American, Bozeman
Bulger, Bate Ball Eiperl,
INew York World, and Major
J. D, Truxton, Athletic Di
rector, Kingtley Prep. School,
Ettex Falls, N. J,), we will
Sty $50. For the second best,
25. For the th-id, $10. Foe
the next four, $5 each. And for
the next fifty, a Durham-Derby
Razor Set (complete), valued
at $2.50. To all other conte.
Itntt will be tent a famout