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THE SUN, TUESDAY, APRIL 29, 1913.
loca Frecfc 4re too Wet For Baseball Red Sox Angling For Hal Chase
TO BOSTON RED SOX
Stahl Would Dicker for Him Chance Is in Mood
to Make the Trade if He Gets Men
He Wants in Exchange
. J. Garland Sliihl, maimer of tli"
Boston lied Siix, admitted at Miction
UaJl yesterday that lie would make a deal
for Hal Ch.isc If lie could I'liiin' to term
with Prank Chance if the .New v.ru
Americans, Stuhl saw Chase play rent re ; inelaiarsnpnnlamtciil joint. This noes not
Held nt the Polo ntouiids on H.lturdnv ntid ' picvciit the ureal pitcher fnnii eating
later he discussed the probability of land- thieo niuaie meals n in)
11R the slur flrnt baseman. Stahl waxed -
Kd enthusiastic over the subject after talk- Hutch Leonard, a eolt pitcher, and Steve
InK It over with several members of the Ycrkos, the tied Sox Intleliler, were sleep
world's champions that he stnlilcnlj ItiB peaeefully nl ! o'clock .vestorday
racked his ,rl and took the 12 o'clock mornlnir hen 11 lire gone rlnnrted Just
that nmht for Unston I outside of their room. It wn.t the usual
It wa-i said yestordav nt Itretton Hall, , -Imial for a lire drill liy the hotel em
where the lied ,n are stopping that ' t'lov cos. but the hall plaers Jumped out
Mi,.!, H.11....1 u-.tl. President McAlee, on of hed. hurried Into their clothes nnd rnn
Sunday before tetuinlm; heie jesteiday
moinlnr with Treasurer Hot.ert Jicim
Htnhl would hot say that he had held
u confab with President 1'arrell and
JlaniiKer Chance, mid the New York men
pio'essed Imiornnce of any pioposltlon
lroni the Ited Sox
Me Hoy s.ild that he had enme over
liui I dlv lo tlx uii Ih
tmal settlement of
the lurcbase of plu.viT Utadloy bv the
,1ere Clt.v club, but became :is dumb as
the .'iphiiiv when nuked about I'liase.
M.'ltnv went b iek to lloston at .1 o clock
In the aSte'nooll.
Slab! has In en unable to play tlrst
ba .i .ill spring His Pes have been
tn.ul.lin3 l.li.i and In' has been foiced to I
Mm the over to .liinvrin and I. neb'
nettle r of whom cm play It up to the
luu if.- Stahl pmchasrd some pew fancied
fell HtuLklliKd .Vcstoida which he will
t at the I'olo liroiiniN tu-da.v. but h"
dm '.'t expect to recover his former spe d
for mhio tlni" 'o come.
St.i'.l and tin' lied Sox said yestordav
that cii.is.' would help them woinlirrullv .
mid in .llsi'iissliiR a trade It was slated
by one of the lloston men that MeAber
jiiobabh would be wIIIiik to ric up thie.
or fuur pl'ixet" in ixehanui-. H was said
that chance could time his pi.'k of the
llrstnn cntehers, ('nrrlcaii, Cad. Nuna-
nmki and Thomas, also that the It'd i
So iiirtii.iceinent niiKht offer luitilelibr
llnr.'i(sen and Inileldi is Janvrln and Pall,
In M'Sterd.o's St s It was stated th.it
Chain.- wit read to make triulcs and
would let any man Rf. If he raw a wa to
iitciistntii the New Yolk b-aiu. Chance,
It Is knovMi, his lecetved keveral offer"
lor Chafe, hut from the l'eerh' Leulcr's
Mstntpolni they aie nut worth miiMder-
li i e Whether one of these offeis comes
fnim th lied Sox or not Chame will nut
i,aj .pen four new cntraiuis. two on t enar j
If .McAleer and Stahl want Chae jiinee and two on Sullivan stieet. for the i
enoURli to yield to Chance s demands It Is exclusive sale of 75 cent tickets. These
believed that the New- York can jjet men entrances will be used on das when,
who will bo of Inestimable value. Ca.ly. the attendance Is liable to exceed 16,0(10.
who caUKht Joe Wood all last siason and . Mi those occasions the rotunda will be
was the Ited Sox's star hiekstop In the" open onlv for huyeis of reserved snt.s,
worlds series, would help Chance wonder- Imxes and admission to the upper tiers
fully. Ntal Hall, once with the New special exits Ihrmicli the rotunda from
Vorks. is ,i flrt class inflelder He ha the lower tier w 111 be built at onc
eupplnnted St-ve Yeikcs at s.tond bae
thl sprini; because of hif -urerlor tleld'.nR In the riot and disorder In the rotund
Janvrm 1? a pr.iin.!na youngster who can before Saturday's Rauie Miss lMna Judlln,
play third base. Itenrlkseti Is a ben, hjono of the New York club's assistant sec
ivarmcr because he Isn't able to displace retaries, was caught In a Jam and fainted
Lewis. Speaker or HuOier In the outtleld She was taken home. sutTerlnR from shock
There has been no friction between i
Chime and Chae. The .Ww York nrin- When William M. Itankln, the veteran'
ncer sld recently that Chaso had done baseball writer, died recently he left one
his best to help. Chase willingly tried to , of the most cotnp'ete bisebill libraries In
cover second base and did not rile a de- existence It contained records of the
jnnrrer when asslcned to centre Held. Hut dhunond extending over a period of
the fact that Chance Intends to play tlrst i nearly forty years. In all probability the
liase hlmsrlC as soon as his less are ' National I.easue w ill buy this library I
htrnnc aRaln appnently makes Chae a I from Mr Itankln' famll
tfucior In some kind of trade. Chas-e j f
jironaniv wouio welcome an opportunity i iva wth piay nrsi irsse, ienveii
to plav first uase for the Ited Sox and the will cover centre field and Perrlck will
lloston plnyers say that Hal would Just 1 look after shortstop for the New Yorks
about enable them to win another world's In to-day's sam with the Ited Sox. Hay
Ferles Keatlne will plteh for Chance's men.
There Isn't a doubt that Chance has I
mado up his mind as to certain New York I Ktiekr and Tesreau will probably h
players p be involved In deal, but until , tli opposlne pitchers In the Hrooklyn
he jrits what h wants he prefers to keep '(Pants battle at Khbts Field this after
t lent Mavbe Stahl and Chance will get nunn.
toyetner -nine time to-day or to-morrow.
Oeorse Lvneh, the Hronn ml-profes-
Rmokv .Tee Wood cannot pitch for the . slonal intcher, will he tried out by the
Hed Sox for a week or so. He Is nurlnR ' p. I, this mornln
Cobs niinrm the 1'lratra nnd Tnkr
Lend Prom the tilnnta.
Ham we7ii over the eastein half of the
Nati"iinl Lea.ue c'riiilt yesterday and left
t'ie ti-Pls too wet ror camos either 'n
Ilrooklvn or Huston The (ilstits chafed .
under The Idlenesi, partirularlv us It de- j
pmed term of what cli.ince tti-v hud M;
iciain urn loace inn in.iiiani ui.s umr j
th Pirntes another hldin-, making the i
ti.lnl coeficutlve time th" Jolly lioipos;
hav. been outfoucllt be th belllee.ent
Uruins. who now lnd th leaeue. These
be rd letters days In the InaiiRiiral ve;1r
of .lolinnv i;.rs as a rnan.icer The cin-
i Innat! l ine has not .vet reached its turn
1nR. end the Hrls were manhandled asaln
by the Cardinal.
Chtriu". . I'lttsbure. S
Fl I,o.il, 7. Cincinnati. 5
JlronMJ n-N"' Vork, vt troun-
Uostoii-l'lilUctelphia, wt grounds
Detailed Club Mtandlasi.
' i 'ay
3 e I J i
a lo 4 71
1 7l .1 "ill
I ft .1. a.?
3 s r,7i
4 7 7 .Vm
- -, I
2( 0 I.
ft 71 0!
New Tork In Hrooklyn
I'htladalphla In Dnaton
Ulnilnnait In PhU'ao,
THRICE IN THE SAME PLACE.
Foor lied Fllnaer 1'nal.le to Ste.a
Onroah of Stosarlns Cardlnala,
St Lonm, April 1. St. Inila made It
three In a row by defeating the Heds
here to-day, 7 to IS. Manager Tinker
used four of hla lingers trylnK tn stop
the slaughter. Sallee was pounded bard
tn the opening round, but tightened after
that, holding the visitors aafn through
out. The score:
ST. L0UI3 (M. I.).
ab r h p a e
nescher.lf. 4 2 2 1 0 1
neeUer.rf S 1 3 2 0 A
TlnUer.aa .', I 3 j 0 0
lliib'ell Ih 3 A 0 A A
t .rn.014 t f t I. 1 OA
lb r h p a e
Pur'na.tb 1 1 1 1 I 1
Mow'y.Jb, 4 3 0 2 2 oj
Ivoney.lh. 8 0 2 a 0 A
Bhee'd.rf 2 11110
t'ath'a.rf.. 30100 0 Ka.ni .b 4 0 1 i, ; 0
iiasea.ci . 1. : 0 n 0 Aim 1I.1..U1 t 0 0 a 2 0
rieary.ai i 0 0 2 1 t Clarke e . 4
0 1 4 a 1
N. ?'?i.fc. 1 S 0 0 5 flt nlHiuy at home until well enough to play
V eallM.p ,, 4 1 3 0 1 o..mith,n . 500020 again.
. -iSeverelit. . 1 0 0 0 A 0
Totalf.. 33 7 UI719 JtHlaekh'n 1 o o 0 o o
llMckard.p 0 o o a i o .
Totala ..M t, U 24 7 2 ,
Batted for Smith in aeventh.
fBa'ted tor Taekard In ninth
McDonald ran for Sererold ln aerenth
tladnoatl n t I t M t i-n
Bt. Louia 4 I o t o o o s 1-7
v IIP fc" ... -
li right 1 1 1 1 1 Til 1 . which came In contact
Willi a hut crniindor In Philadelphia lift
week In. L'dwaid .1. ll'Urlen nf lloston,
the leiiin'H ph flt'l.iti, said Jcstorday that
Wood was disabled liy an llijlliy to the
fol the Maliuay. I.eonaril lost $2. HO In
Mlvor durliiB his wild escape from sup
Joseph Farrell, secretary of the com
mittee which Is nrrniiKliiK Frank Chance
lay In Chlcauo In .May, arrived here
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Willi iuo i eor.es: i.eituer nun in i-oujiii'io
arriitiKeinents for the presence of ninny
New York fans. He said that probably
10.001 pet sons would attend the cere,
monies at White Sox Park
Catcher (lossett, purchased from the
, lt'1.1... J... t ...... I... .4 tnti'it .'...tnta...' tflfh
,,,,,,,.,. ..,. t te renoVic.l i chance.
who told him to net Into u uniform at the
Polo (irounds to-day. (lossett Is a tall,
strongly built youiiu fellow, who made an
i cellent teiord In the Western Lonirue
I tst ear. The White Sox 1't hint (to
fiecau.ie they had Schalk. Kuhn and Sulli
van to look after the backstop work.
"Here Is a bit of cheering ii'iiJ." said
Chalice vosterda. "I've Just received a
irttor from Joe Tinker, who Is having '
his troubles In Cincinnati. Joe nils me
to keep a Miff upper Hp, Just as he Is '
ilolnx. and that soon we will make our
teams climb the ladder" I
John ( lansej, niatiacer of th Hnchejters,
xentured the opinion yesterday that the
piesent Hrooklyn team would finish In
the tlrst ill Islon lianzel declared that
luhlcn had Riadtinlly strencthend the
weak sMits and that If the IvidKcrs'
iltihers can keep tip their excellent work
the team will .surprise the baseball world.
In order to uvold congestion at KhbeU
Field hereafter tho Hrooklyn club will
bs hit rrinkfr fs.Tlflee hlte-Hiuirinf I.
lb. hiitell snrlfl"e tlirt. Murnni, Kenr,
Itf.-hr stolen bnr Ilesehr Halk Smith
W'lil pll lies Powell I'sekard Pas's nil lulls
Off Ponell. .. oft I'aikanl :; off Work". 1.
iff Smith. Slrilik out Br Sullee 4: br
imilh. .', bj Packard. ! Uit-Orf Powell, 'J
in one third innln. off Works, 1 hi 0 inntnt;
on Mimn, i. in b a innins in on De
st i.oul, 11; Ctne.nn.ti 7 t'mplres-Owens
nd liuthrie Tune 2 lin.ir. a minute
CUBS DO THE SLAM BANG ACT.
Adams linn to llellrf af Hendrlx
and Meet Bambardaaeat.
f'lticvno, April 2 The Cubs took the
final Kame of the serf's with the. Pirates
to-dav by the slam ImiiR svstcni, dilvliiR
Pitcher Ilendrlx fiotn the mound and then
, . m,),,,,!!,,!,. n.tl. ,,i,)ms Ilendrlx man
nRed to Uerp the lilts well scattered until
th elshtli Inning, when he became wild
nnd walked two mn He was yanked
and Adams was sent to the rescue.
Adams paused the next man and the bases
were crowded . two men were retired and
then three successive hits, Including a
double bv Clyiner, sent Ave runs across the
pan, winning the gam'.
Th" score :
I'lTTsnURfJ. I cnicxoo (N L)
rarer If .41131 ft ciyme r.cf B J 1 a a "
Ilnf'an cf S t 1 0 0 O Schulte.rf T, l 1 2 n 0
lijrre.Jb r. i a l a (i Mitchell. If i a z i. n l
Miller lb r. A a a : o Phelan.Sb r. a a L' s
Wilsnn.rf 4 1 1 4 a nlSaler.lb . 2 1 fl s A n
MutlerSh 4 1 1 4 i! 1 Kvers 2b 2 1 a 4 V 0
Nuns, J 1 2 1 2 Siliridw'll.sa J 2 a I R I
Kellsy.e 4 114 1 a,Anhrr.e . a 1 2 1 a
llelsllix p 4 0 1 ! .1 OTnneyp n J I 1 a
Adams p I M i i'W IIIIr 1 e a n a o
'Cheney, p 0 0 0 0 1 0
Totals 81 Ml :4 II 3
Totals S3 10 2T 1J 2
nailed for Tnnr In the etthth innlin
thleatn I n 4 o v 2 a ft -
IWl on baaes. Pittahurr, ": l.'hieatn, a
fitrilek nut liy Toney. 4, b llentlrtx, 2; br
Adams I Two base lata Iljriie, llofman Ilm
ler Clymei Hthulle Three base hit Toney.
sacrih'n hit Kvers na'Tlflce fie Archer.
ii .... i . .. 1 1 . rtM a1...... . .. m .
Slolen hsaea-Cljnier, Ilridwelt, Carer. Iionble
Uilitya- ririilueu, Kvera ntul Haler: liriiltrell and
Ivrrs; llenririx, Miller and ilyrne: Kvera. Prld-
I eii and raier. l.mpirca-nrennan and Kaaon.
, Time : hours
Memphis, a, Mnlille, :
M'inlsoia'rj, 4, New Orleans, 2.
Nashville, 4, Atlimln. 3.
lib mlnKhain, 7. Chattanooga. 0.
Daliaa, 0; Hauinont, 1.
Han Antonio, fi, Waco, ft
Austin. (lalveatntl, t
llo.ieton, 14; I'ort Worth, 1
Cotton Htatea Leainc,
JaeKBon, ft; Selma, I.
Penaarnla, ft; ('Isrkadala, 3.
Ci.lumbua, 6. Meridian, I.
Walsh Sick, Mtnya at Home.
riiicAuo, April I". A bad cold
vented lid Walsh, the atar of the White
Sox pitching alaff, from leaving here for
1 Detroit to-night with tho team. He will
All game postponed, rain
I1ANEIIAI.I.TO.IIA V, I SOP, M. ,, V, Amerl
taua vi.. iluaton. Polu GtuuniU. Adm, fiOc. Affr.
i . , ,Blwvyu . . UIOUM..
i.iw t: mm.,," -a m&tf trti&ZM'mi 'i
llnsli lleillent. nho had hoped
the rvr orU jesterdilj. The fart
twelve bourn of rnlo did not Impress
sblnlnz of the sun. Iledlei.t relieved
riiHl.lr.l the Iteil -ox to land on tup.
Hint he mis rxpreleit to net hl
lie mi.; Ket It todn.
WINS FOR DARTMOUTH
Xct Only Tally of (Janio Off
Cornell's Kiprh teen-Yen r
Itiiai v, April Dartmouth defeated
Cornell 1 to o on a slippery diamond here
to-da. KlmbaM's home run in the sixth
limine pioveil the Ithamns' imdoiriR
JohiiM.n. the lRhteen- nr-old sophomore,
pltolieii wlnlnc ball for Cornell, hut the
team was utte.lv unable to support him
at th. bat. Hallelt lioldli.R the Cornell
team to four hits
Kimball's homer was tlul.v. Ilutler
In centre Held inlsjudRUiR the drive rom
pletel.v The ball went behind the trail;,
but Ilutler did not attempt to run back
In time The lthaiaiis had a tine chance
to scoie In the MTond, when Grossman
ttipled with onlv one man down, but Cor
nell ioiiIiI not hit In the tilth liross-
tnati sliiKled and Donovan diew n base
on balls, but Cornell could not reslster
Two flue double plays bv Cornell featur. d .
the Kame, as did Johnson a pltchlnc In,
the seventh, when Dartmouth lllled the '
bases but did not Ret man acioss. ;
lie si oi e
I'OHNKI.l. PAKTMflt "III ,
.1. r Ii p a e ..1, . h i. a e
Chile lb I 1 " Klmb ll -h ! t n 1 .
K rr Jl) 4 a l i 4 j s. ij 1 1 v i rt 4 o l r, n a ,
Trainer II 4 0 o i n o l.oilnii.lf 4 0 1 0 o
inn er ef .1 o l i, o rwam er.o 4 0 1 .1 3 0 .
rirnaa'n rf 3 A : l l M,n ..405320
Tat.er.af 3 A 0 1 a s ru-tirieii.th I I I H
Jjnffal. Lh 3 0 0 2 2 0 Hon h'e.21. 4 0 12 1 A 1
Smith e 3 0 0 I 1 OTult'rll.cl 4 0 0 1 0 0,
Johiuon.p 3 0 i) 0 a i lUIIett.p 3 0 0 A 3 0
Totala h 0 4 :T 11 4' Totals . 35 6 27 1 0 1 I
Two base hit- Ixjwrlon Three base hit- Orn. '
man Home run hlmnall istolen b'iel)nno (!
hue .Sacrirtee hits Srulth. Crnsiman liases '
on balls -Off ll.illi'tt, I lilt by pitched ball '
llr lliillelt .Ilutler. noun e n ay - l.rosman
ami Heller: 'lalier. Donovan and t Into Mnic'a
out fly Johnson, 4: by Hallett. j ITmplie
lior.oiuic 01 Kimira rime- 1 nour ani 3". nun
HERE'S A HITTING PITCHER.
VrrT or Virginia Cnntpetent Alike
With lint and Hall.
YVamiimiton, April 2S. Vlrsiiu.i eiifllv
defeated t lie (leorRepovn te.mi heie to
day, & to 3 Ilolh teams hit Irfiid. a total
of twenty-five hits being made In the
game, Netf of Virginia led with two
doubles and a single In four times up. Nrff
also pitched a good aranie, his ope had
inning ,bclng tho seventh, when he hit
one inn'ii and walked two. Pintle, who
started for (ieoi getovvn, was driven from
the Ikix In the seventh afler thirteen
hit had been made off him. Kel.v, who
took his place, pitched good ball
VIItfllNIA I OF.ortriETOWN
ah r b p a e, ah r h p a e
Pinlay.lb 4 3 3 1.1 a l llnll'n'r.ss 4 0 2 1 I '
Phll'pa rf f. 1 3 1 I oi'onn'lvsh o 2 t o
Neff.p . 4 2 3 0 i, 0 Purj if . r, 0 tf 1 0 o
l.au'era.ef 4 0 2 0 0 Ii lixvla :Hi . .', 0 1 .1 l 0
Fltih tt,lt 4 112 0 A MCu'j.ef 4 A 3 3 0 Ii
Beik'h.l'h 4 0 0 3 2 1 Sluirriie 1 1 400200
SilrU'y.Sb ft 0 111 1 Mulca'y lb 3 11 a 7 0 0
Whllo.ao.. 41 2 2 4 a MnlUii'y.e, 3 1 0 3 1
Orren.u... 4 0 0 fi 1 O'Kienle.p.. 4 110 4 0
- - Kfllj.p. A 0 0 A 0 A
Totala. 3 1 1ft 27 1ft 31 - - . -
! Totals .37 2 10 27 10 2
Yirilnla 103001120- s
i.enreHown . 0010001002
First bai-e on errors-tieorceloiMi. 2, ii';iiua,
1 la.fl on bancs Ijenrcriouit, in, Virginia, 1.
Pir.it baae on balls. Olf Nrff 2. off Kelly, 2.
Stii'elc out Bv Klenle, 3: bj Kelly. 3; by Neff,
3 Tn baas hits Sllcklej Connelly Phillips,
r.eii. 2: i.anoera saeiinco nii'-iiecKiiii
stolen baaea-Klnlay, l-hilllps, Kllchrtt, 2
Double playWhile and Fmlay Hit by pitcher
-By Neff illnilaiuleri: br Kelly (Pinlay Pilch,
elt. Paesed ball-Oreen Pmplrn Hughes
Time -1 hour and 4A mlnutea
Prospect Park nnsebnll Itcsnlta.
Tieratur, ft: Public pchool in, 1.,
New York World, II, Hrooklyn News Com
Arrow r, C 4; Parkway, 2.
THE SUN SHONE
(o pitch for the fieri Mil asnlnlt
thai the aronnds nrrr maild from
him ns nineh as the subsequent
Leonard In "ntnrday's aranir and
He showed such isnod form then
second flln In the series, e,terda
Wri fironnds Prevent .Vrir York
lied "ox nnd Trrn Other inines.
There was a ceneral dampness throuith
Jill the .Mlleil.'Htl Leu. tie istenli All
the w,ij f:nm Hetrolt. wheie the worship
f il are Impatiently waiting for Ty Cobb
to brlns tli TiRiTs out of the sloiiKh nf
despond, to New York th aliment known
was .s,n,P..te annihilated. It was the
si. Mi.i... .. ....... .. ...... ....
ll-sl lioine vim" ine a inras ime ".
l,otpiT.i' I antl.will oe ;natNj 1111 t.-i in'
next i't of th Ited Sox here, wnicn win
beRin Mav H The Ilrow ns and White
Sox weie not scheduled.
.Sw nrk llo.lcn wet Rrnunds
PhUaitelphU-W lilnti'i ' rnund'
I..rt.ll -l'!e eUllti .Vet proultils
Detailed Cluti Mnndlnsf.
j.E : zn i.. .'
3,f . ''ilt !I9 t
I ft . . 3 0
j Cleveland " ! , 4 5
j Waahlnffton t 0j. F
Chicago 3 j 4
sri.oubT I 'V I's
Ilnaton ' 1 .
Nw York ' l n(
B to .VI
flaslon In New Tork.
Washington In Philadelphia.
Chicago In D'tralt
Duffalo. 7; Paltlmore, 7 (10 Innlnga
Atl other games postponed, wet grounds
.Itandlnc of the Class,
w. l rc
7 3 70A,Rocheater
7 3 .700 nntfalo ,.
5 i too, Toronto.
tt r. rc
. S .4.15
4 ft 441
. 4 a 400
: t 200
N'esark In Jersey City.
Huffalo In flultlinorr.
304000000 0Jr' is E
Haltlmere OOlOftOOlO 0 7 9 2
llattertea llolmea. Prill, Stephana anil
I.m l.aiiue. Danforth, Johnaon, Hoth and
Sonth Atlantic I.eaxne,
Cobinil.ua. 3. I'horleaton, 0.
Savannah. 3, Macon. 1.
Albany, 11, Jacksonville. 10
NOTES OF THE DIAMOND.
The Pri'vna are keen to get Almeida, tha
apeeny Cuban, and the latter w l,e aold
to that club If iloatnu can b perauadad to
itulie Marnuard la on the lrk Hat, H
naa to havo pitchad In Brooklyn laat
Joe Hlnnlngham. dlreetnr-geenral of th
Napa, la very fond of the aijueeia play,
How the douie la Praatdent Wilson going
to pars the time with the Waahlngtana
away for 11 month?
UttlnK t tlio latenaas of Ty Cobb in sign-
inc. I lie ertmoii opens o.ie in l.eiroil
Soiiin,ihliig new In sllbli: Tho Cubs and
Heits hail un agreement to call a game at
f, o'clock Cub player eaya umpire's watch
w-aa hlnw. Had It been correct the game
would have enrleil with the Cutis two runs
ahead Inatead of bring, aa was th awful
case, a tie.
I'or the 0 ret tlm In hlu big laagu Ilia
Joe Tinker haa been hit by a pitched rail,
ItHrmon of the cardinal wa th pitcher
who put the bint on Joe' eacutcheon.
News Item In 2013 If John Mcilraw la
living them The lllants toolay completed
the 100th conaecutlve year uf tlntahlng third
ISddle Collins la leading th American
League with uln gamta won and two
1 ;l 4 3' s 0
(tiniils Will Hcfrin Their Uni
ties Here, nt :t:!tO Insti-nd
of nt 3 :!..
HO.IAXS TO ORKKT TIJO.IAN
MU Kvers tiiljrs Cominji' lo
Town When Cubs Open l'
nt Polo Grounds.
The New York National I.eanue base
ball club has como to the conclusion that
It were bettor to brKln Karnes thrutiRliout
the season at 3:30 o'clock Instead of 3 4 3.
as was tho Intention. This will be done
unless It Is shown that the move Is liurt
Inu the attendance, which a majority of
fans believe will not be the case. Karller
hours than tho now obsolete 4 o'clock
luivo been In nokuo for a Rood while In
all hlR league cities except New York,
which wan the last to adopt the reform
Last year New York made a concession
to popular desire by Martlnir sanies at
3:41. and JudRlnn from the fact that 3.30
Is to bo continued Indefinitely It has been
demonstrated that that hour Is moic
popular than 3 45. The niants' Saturday
Barnes at home will be started at 3
Henry (Hank) O'Day I bck In the
National League fold. The contract of
the voteran umpire, who spent Ust ear
managing the Cincinnati Hcds, was re
ceived by President Lynch yesterday duly
signed, sealed and delivered. Hank win
be nut to work arbltlnar with the arrival
In the Kast of the Western teams, which I
wll be n" wee k Who Kia
off with 7s a nuestlo l.y lie I. hasn't de
euU It Is rutn ?l " Urn t to wm
rir7eu?nlnpVdLK""0rb"u, 'a "T Isn't Hlc nn'.Vl. W Hh"ks. the'ma,,. According to tlitu.es from abroad .here
known e wheP, lank will make hi, I f Australasian Lawn Ten.,1 As- I ,-e mo,., than l.vi.o iCKls.ered Bo.f cour..,
reentry the report seems to be tneorrect . relation, arrived Krid,i in cccellent con-. In the ltrltlsb . Isles, and of thece some
recnir tne report seems to oe imorreci. . )mo a In thltip like on., are In Knitland. Scot-
The Chlcasn Cubs open In New Yort' 1 l,,a' "'ones shows remarkable strciiKth hand Is crnllled with 410 and Ireland
on May 10 and that day will" be Hvera ,"' , "ry strong all around B.ni.e , Koj Pranc,. has J! courses, Oermany
. . - ' .. 1 v. . I, u -Aftrl hnnl. w.ell nhiced sei-vtce I t. lti.lv 17. llclclum , nnd Itussia 1
nav tor tne i roy tans, .vtauaKer .lonnny.
hs done more for Troy than Homer did
fnr th. ev-n cities un.i iwln.irers of the
st.irilv Tr.l... to the iniiiiher of 4110 will
come down in a Mice al train, rtetra In at
the 13Mh street slatlon and march to I rapidly a'"' Places wen .i.im .mci.oumi
the Polo (Irounds. They have arr.infted 1 Itlce can make Hhort ci os court dt Ives
to lay floral offerincs at the feet ot both J very effec-thely Iloth men appear to be
Kvers and Mctiraw. for McOraw too Is unusually fast vollecr
a native son He llrst saw the light in They will arrive In New ork about
illon, N Y. which is somewhere up TroT ' Ma S Their Itinerary en route Inclu.les
.. . , t i...ni... ---...i r"..,.n.. rv.i..n
way. bo many powers nave neen ne-
towed upon heroes at the local ball fields
this season that there Is creat apprehen
sion among Intended June brides.
President Lynch yesterday received the
Philadelphia protest of the two Karnes at I
the Polo Orounds last week, won hv the'
Giants, based on the complaint that there I
was a rut behind tho pitcher's box. Lynch1
In off for Chlcaso to-day and will not act ,
on the protest until hlR return The New ,
York club has not protested the zero tleieellent footworn In the eoutt in both
'of 1'rlda.v last, when McCornilck's run
producitiK bit was disallowed because
Klein was faclntf tho spectators prepara -1 expert Is enthusiastic Of this plav,er he
tory to announclnR the change In the'savs "The N. S. W players are very
ManiiRer McOraw was one of those
r.tURlit In the Jam around Kbbets Field
last Saturday and says It took him some
thitiK like three-qunrtera of an hour to
I ;et inside. He went first to the players'
entrance, but that gate was closed and he
11 a UO.ll.Ill It. 11 lll Ull llOOJ Ml U It'll II llir 1 "Il UU"" 'l Ml" UtllLlllj.vl ,,, ,VJ3 ,, 111, Ht-
him. The umpires, Klem and Orth. had I nuenced to some extent the youncer plav-
.., ii..,o ,.f it,ir ii. - .....I.,- I., i ..ile... of hi tiM, foe i. nninir.., .i,
(set III after bclnc whirled about In the
I rotunda maelstrom Secretary Foster of.
, , .inMK wr)0 h,lp,d on tvjo'Hme,, ajJttian their ne'lRhbors" of Victoria, where'
I aiimlrable wnrK was rlnno bv the mllltnr
',.,, n ,,- .,, , rru,n arouml
, ,u.Uet wn(10na
Pitcher Smith of the (Hants has been
turned over to the Lynn, Mass, club J
Kerd Schupp, the oung left bander. Is
still with thn New York club and Mo
(iraws thinks so well of him that he ex
pects to keep him right here
WILL BOWL AT 1915 FAIR.
Competition nt iBn rrnnelacn tn Be
Opea ta the World,
PowlniR will be ono of the sporting fea-
lures In conjunction with tho Panama-Pa-
cltlc exposition in San Frnnclsco In mis.
It Is olanoeil tn biiltl i. tn.irnnme.il it. u
special hall provided for the purpose, tho
i competition to be open tn the world. 1 Lonan battle to-night. Is In nccordance
Wlllliun V Thompson of Chicago plans 'with the ban placed upon stnlllng In the j .. ... r,i, Ul,.. To-night,
to have a team of bovvleis accompany the MUnred circle here. , ,
,llants nnd the White Sox on their world I -'Im Coffey, the Dunlin Olant. vvho ha '
tour this year. There Is bowling in' rnT'TVTlTA TN WTW qVTFTT I W,'u iil,ot,.k,,,nB ol!1 '''" COm0r!'.',,W V!Dm
France. Herinnny. ICnglnnd, Australia and tO-iUMBIA lit HfcW bHiiLJ-. u hltey Allen, known as the right
.even Africa, but the conillilo.is re nni " ling Swede, ill a trn round bout at the
evacilv the in.e ,. het-e u'l,..,... .,.'
allevs aie Installed, the standards set In
lAmerliM nre used Ilecently nlle.vs of'
modern typo were Installed in Hongkong
nnd Havana by u New Tork firm.
RUBINSTEIN WILL PLAY.
Rnsatan Chrs Champion Willing tn
Compete at llarana,
A. K Rubtnaleln, rhes champion of
Hussla, who Is In th Tyrol, has accepted
an Invitation to compete In the tourna
ment at Hnvana. Rubinstein will play
along with Dr. Tarraech, Carl Schlechter.
Jose II. Capahlanca and Prank .1. Mar
shall In the septangular contest which
thn Cubans want. Falling Dr. Lasker, Dr.
Th mitten haa been asked to suggest a
Rubinstein's tetter which arrived m
terday said that a Jubilee International
tournnpieiit on a large scale Is planned
by the St Petersburg Che.-s Club, to be
held next winter. The committee counts
upon the participation of Dr. Lasker and
Welsh! for Mradnrr Brook.
Weight for the handicaps to be run
at Helmont Park Terminal to-morrow
under the auspices of the Meadow Hrook
Steeplechase Association were mado public
yesterday by Krank J. Hryan. They
are as follow:
Mytton Handicap, for hackaand hunters,
ono mllo and a quarter: Kadbald, lfifl;
Nosegay, ISO; Speculator, 151; Zellwood,
153 . Varuna, HS,
Wcslbury Handicap Steeplechase, about 1
.n.. n.l... 1 . I . . r-1 . 1 1KB. 11 - r, ... I .. , , ! . I
Mtu iitiicn , titt.'ti,, . in, itvni, in
the Klephant, ltd; Hampton Roads, 140
Guatemotzln, 13", Boisterous, 135, Ad
Radiant Now Being Rlcrad.
The schoonar yacht Radiant -was
launched at Lawley'a last week. This
.varht Is for Clifford R. Ilendrlx, of thn
New York Ytuiht, Ureiccnt Athletic and
other cluba. 8ho lum bon built from
deblgiu by William Gardner and ta SD
feet P Inches over all, 68 feet on the water
line. 17 feet 6 inches twain and 11 feet
draft, The launching party was delayed
til reaching tho yard and aa the tide
Berved It was impo8lble to keep the yacht
on thn ways any longer. Mr. Ilendrlx
Is auperstltlous and thought It would be
unlucky to launch the yacht without a
proper christening, so he stood sponor
and smashed the bottle of wine on the
how, The Radiant now ta being rigged
and finished a fast as possible.
Ik sullen is i
Due Home To-day
TAMILS K. SI'IililVAN", Prcrolnry
J or the A. A. I'., who lias been
on u tour of thi! Unitrd Slates, ac-nt
it tolenruni to his ollict; in this city
yesterduy that ho would nrrivo
iinmo nt this afternoon. Mr.
Sullivan wired from (liiruRn, where
lie lias been engiiKi'd in struic'-tt-t-itiR
out several fancies in A. A. V.
matters that have occurred because
of local Jealousies.
MEN ONLY A PAIR
.lones nnd Nice. However. Show
to Advantage in Fir.-t
Although Norman nrookey, admlttedl
the leading lawn tennis plavor of the
world. Is tint Included In the team that
Is comltiK to this country to play the
American team In the preliminary lound
for the Davts cup, there is no doubt that
the antipodes will be represented by men
who may be expected to put up a good
llBht against the home players
It. I) Wrcnn. president of the American
Lawn Tennis Association, tecclved i tele
ffram yesterday that A. H Jones and
Horace lllce had nrriven m wan rran
Cisco en route for the matches here on
June x and f. Dr. Sumner Ilardv, the
member of the executive conmilttie of.
'1' I. T A . watched the Au-tralla.,.
' "'" "r" Practice on American soil on
ah.l Mja of thrir capability
. .' ' , , . . ,
,ttltt drives both fete and back hand
"Itlcc's service Is rather slower He I"
left handed and verj stroi:K on his I. u U
He also covets Kri.und
"ii""'". '""" --uj-n. ......
An expert opinion of the Australians
was furnished by A B. Heamlsli, the i
lCnsllsli Internationalist, who recently re
turned from the victorious visit to the
antipodes He says that both plavers
have adopted a very reliable style, with
"-omul tactics based on good Ki ound stroke,
leadliip up to plav at the net. sound
overhead work, clever Renernlshlp In dou-
bles, which they both plav well, and ex-
slllRlcs and the doubles i Mint
IteRHrdliiB the play of Itlce the Kmrllsh
, fortunate In havinK H Itlce amotiK them
, """"" "";.'
lie is a souno nasciiuc tuayer, wun severe
1 strokes on both back and fore hand. un -
bounded enersy and fine know ledc -
i ,.f .1,- ,-i,i..i, i, i n,
whole hearted manner ImaRlnab'.e. Such national amateur championship nt oar
a personality In lawn tennis must mi- , den City, an event vv hlch Is like J , tn ..it
iloibledly have affected the style and twt nearly Ml the amateurs who have
..,elho,lM of bis ..ont.vooor;irles unit In.
' N S. V players have adopted a more
i enable name, with sound ground plat.
Itrookes s Renins Is so dominant.
REFUND FOR CROWD AT FAKE.
Kdrrnrds, Whose Club Mased llrlt-ton-Moore
Plnsco, Makes Odd Offer.
PlliLAPni.PttiA, April -V I'uprece-
'dented action In flsht promoting was token
here to-day, when Harry Hdwards.
' i.iuniiffel niitl chief rm-ner of lite f.lvmnl..
....... '. .
.iiuici.c t iuo, omoe hh i.miouiii i-iiieoi
nhn. ..ii im ntientie.t ti,. .!.. liriiio...
Pnl Moore flaeco at his club a week into
would receive their money back upon
application at the box olllce
lalvvards haa been lauded hv the action I
, t(,,,li ln ordering the rnho tiRiit stoppeo.
"nd his offer to return all mom y taken In
at the box office or present tlcketft of I
equal value tor tne iv u. iirennan-r ran it
x'a rl t T Men Will t'f Hon! Itlaht
lonc I ntll lleuattn.
. . .. ... , , .
i , ' ?
, lts "ow Unrd nullt ',hpl, for ,h flr,t tlnu I
yesterday on the Hudson. It In built on ,
Hngllsh llnrs nnd Is four feet longer than
the average shell. It also Is broader
and- does not stand so high out of the
The new boat will be used by the varsity
eight right nlong until the collegiate
regatta. In past seasons the Columbia
crew haa used its last year's boat until
after reaching Poughkcepsle, only getting
Into the new shell after a few das over
the course In the old boat.
Vonthfal Pltrher Invincible.
riAl.r.liltl, N C, April 28. Carl Ray. i
an eighteen- ear-old pitcher of the Wln.s
ton-SjIem club of the North Carolina
League, pitched a no lilt, no run game
against Durham this afternoon and won,
f. to (i. This la the second game of this
kind In that league. Smith, a Wake Tor
est College Junior, pitched a hltlesa and
runlevs jtamo against Raleigh profes-,
clonals ten days ago, The game was ,t
tie. . I
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KENT? OF SOUTH 8H0HE xow
I suiilly Kepristerert From K1.
wnnok, He Is Eligible, to Met
ropolitan Tourney Course.
A visit to th links of the Ciarrten city
(loir Club next wiek will be almost III.
iittctidlns n championship .lrrad
enough iromlnenl nninteurs have an
noiiiiced their intention of tnklnir part
In the nnniial spiliiK ineetluK of this
club to Insuie one of the tnoiit Important
tournameiitB ot the car. A lew of those
who liavi pliiiiind to play over the dlf
lleuli Loni: Inland links May nnd
10 mo .letome I. Trnvers, tho national
and inetropolltan champion. Oswald
Klll'hi, the Ni.w Jersey tltlrhnldrr
Willi" r .1 Travla, Henry J Topplnr
llHiiilllon K. Ken", Fred ltcntshorf,
llobitt C Wiislon, James It. Hyde. Oard
llier W. lute mill John M Ward
Probnblv us nun h American coif his.
lory lias been maoe at Hiitrieit ctv uj
ail.v w here, and a book inlcht be written
on st'rrltiR iicounti rs between pi'omliient
links, ii'-n thrrc Tiavers and Travis
have met at Harden city In matches that
necessitated extra hnlcp, and It was onlv
couple of jears iiro that White scored
a sensational victory mere in (terratlng
Ttavis In u mutest carried to the fortv-
Mrcady a number of the lead-
iiiR player- of the district have put In
I ,, rounds at Ca.deu City, an,
; n, , , eshorr continues Ids tine form
will piovv a ha.U nut ... crack
rounds at (laiileii city, and If
1 , - - - -
riiiuies nie also Riven which show that
I the e.i,,,,. mil'- lie played over there at
; much Ichs e.pen
In some cases th
annual dii"s ate less than In, and In
lnmdredh of others one may play at th
rate of anywhere fiom $5 to H) a enr.
Hamilton K Kerr, the local solfer who
br.in the ik.v competitive season well h
winuin pi uo- In the last thtee tournv
nieiits. P'uehurst. Uikewooil and Atlantic
Cit. expects to enter In future from the
South Shore rield Club. Although rop.
resentltiK llkwiwiok the New Yorker rell
ser u,e Vermont links only for a brief
period each summer. Kerr, by the way. t
planning to take part in the moiropouwi'
championship at 1 ox Hills the litter ror'
of next month and his membership In 111"
; South Shine 1'leld Club w make hlrn
'llelble. This week Kerr will play in the
Invitation tournament at the Baltimore
country v iuo.
Dates for the annual open tournament
of tho Stockbrldce Golf Club have been
ihanucd to Aucust :'. to .9. Inclusive
The oric'.nal dates as announced In th
M.vwoiiiiwtis list were Sentember 2 to S
' ' , . ..
hleh correspond to the period usual ,
! t.ik. n by the stockbrldKe oran i latlon
, but these dates would conflict with th-
one ICR or more on inc. oimm- r
" I.. .....1 ,mnn. t llllAt
I These plsvers lnclu. e 1' 7' .
! man S I) llovvers, C.eorse Ilrow n and
' 11 Tuckerrnan
PROS TO PLAY RACQUETS,
I'our llnmled Mntch Will Bring To-
Ki-tber the World's Deal.
A four handed match of the world
most noted lacquet ptofrssionals w !' he
decided at the Itacituet and Tennis Cluh
West l"oit-thlrd stieet. on Jla f On
ono side will be Chart's William? and
Peter Latham, and on the ether (iforcr
Standing and Jack Soutei. me ia?i
training for the second nan ni
, . .-oi..,,i
. his liome-a nd-h..tiio match w HH illuma
for the woild's championship Snuter t
NlnR f.MClied by Ocoice Standing, nd
Latham Is putting the finishing touches on
Williams s prep.uatlou.
With ircard to the four handed ma'cli
membcis in.o ohUlu s'.its bv applying '
the oltii'e of the club. l"lr.-t and seconl
lows will bring Sin each, ami nil oui"
,.,,. ,.. .n ,n,
! l-'afrniout A C to-n Jilt loin (lb-
I bous. n brother of Mike nibbnni. "in
box Jo" Ilorrell In the seim-llnal
.to Polo at Van Cortlandl.
Sauadron A had no polo practice at
Van Cortlandt Park yesteiday me
cloudy sky and wet field kept the play
eis homo and the only action seen by
those prercnt was the exercising of the
Water Polo Ant Their Variety.
PiiiLAPEi.PitlA. April 25 The hint
rain of Sunday left the Devon hoise tho
grounds In a frightful condition nd It
was Impossible to open tho local polo
on this afteinnon
nelinoiil Park 'I erin I in 1 . Jneeti.
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