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THE SUN, THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1913.
Btooklyn Makes the Count Three to One Over Giants New Yorks Fight Shy of a Shutout
M'GRAW BREAKS 1
'Argues With Rifrlor. . to
Bench: Reopens. Goes
Off the Field. I
said he XKVKirn no t
Unkind Funs Shout "Alibi!";
as He Kicks on Strikes ;
in IVintl. rnniiijr. J
DODGERS WIN BY Tt TO ', '
Come From Behind in Seventh
With Hallx I'liiit Nets I'our
Buns and the Victory.
The Brooklyn are a thorn In the flesh
ef the Giants this season, so far at any
rate, They came from the tear ami bent
the. champions yesterday and MeGrnw's
men lost ground In their efforts to over
haul the Cuhs, who art- setting a stiff
pace. The Reds succumbed again to the
Chicago bears. As the Pirates were
beaten by St. l.ouls lh" Hrooklyn went
tip to fourth place, an agreeably new en
vironment for the Dahlen. The Hustons
ank a defeat In the hides of the Phillies.
Rrneklyn. f. N(n York. .1.
Boston. 'J; Philadelphia, t
Ft. Louis, , Pittsburg I
Chicago. 4, ClnclniiHtl. 3.
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Nss York In Phllartlrhl.
Boilfin In Brnokl) n.
St. Loulu In t'lttfhura
Cincinnati In rhli-aito.
John Mctlraw. well known because of
his belns manacer of the (Jlants and be.
cause of his oft tepeated resolution to
let umpires alone, saw the front end of
Charles Rleler's lc right Index fincer ce
terday afternoon and strode off Chbets
Field with hi pride humbled as much as
wa that of hi charger, who were
thrashed by the Hrooklyns by a score of
Ti to 3, It was the rlrst banishment of
the season for the I.mie Napoleon, who
only a few da back railed at Larr
Poyle for arsuliiK himself into a us
penslon In Boston
Everythinc that .McOraw did in the
came seemed to cn wronc. and some un
kind fans auioiiE the s.oon preent were
so ruthless at to blame hi outburst in
the ninth Innlnc on Ire which had been
kindled by decree Some others shouted
the vulgarity. "Alibi.' when be roared
and bellowed over what he called n bad
pair of ejes. The frmnd stand manager
charged McGraw with Jils first mistake
wnen ne held a man on thltd who mlcbt
nave fccorea on n wine throw tn the plat.
Again, when the lodgers weie hammer- i
Ing Leon Ames In the seventh Innlnc. the,
cry was raised that the pitcher be der- 1
ricked. Hut Amu was due tn hae a
turn at hat in the next Inning and .Mc
(?raw wanted to utilize that npportunltv I
ror a pmcn Hitter Ames staved In and
goi more jous until the KrooMvns had
built up a winning lead Then, In 'he
following round, when f'randall wa
chosen to wield the club for Ames, on
Mcl.raw's offence against umpiiHtical
discipline came In the ninth Inning Snod
grass was called out on strikes by Itig
ler. although the last nf the thiee ap
peared a trifle high. Snow right about
faced and, with wrath In hi eje, told
Hlgler all about the marble rotunda as
applied to heads and e.ves Median ran
over from the coaching line and relieved
Hnodgrass. He had snapped out about
a dozen words when Illgler motioned
him to the bench With manv backward I
glances and tart remarks the manager f
"ciii. no ni,i..cvi mere aonui two snakes, i
wnn Klgler called two untruck at
strikes on Fletcher, McOraw tore forth
like a raging bull His fac. ears and
neck were fiery red as he shouted at the
arbiter. One word that rose above the
mixture of hisses, boos and cheers was
"Outrage!" Ttlgler assumed n niiin. .f
Liberty attitude with right arm extended I
wriuiiwsni rtiiu nruereu Km me nefl
Prevlout to the runln that capped the '
climax the fans had plenty of excite. -
ment of another kind In a stirring game 1
The winning runs were made in a grand
ranjr ny tne uoagers in the seventh In-'
nine, when they went tn bat with the'
score 3 to 1 against them and drove In I
four .runs with the assistance of unkempt'
fielding on the part of a few of the'
Both teams began as If they intended
to make tt a tough day on pitchers. .Spod
grae, tTle first batter of the game, nicked ,
a single to centre nnd moved on wheni
Fletcner grounded out to Cutshaw Moran
itinijwu uiinri it 11 ik (i ny rrom Hums s
vai. j-myie mem came up with two out
III. hlw hlllrttrenn sen. th.'.nk.;. l"
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over Liauoerrs neao tn tne rence. Snod
graes scored and Larry pulled up at sec.
nnd. Murray tjmled the Inning with a slow
roller to Cutshaw night back came the
Dodgers with a run Fletcher's error put
Moran on first After Cutshaw went nm
Kteni! elngled through short and Wheat
followed with a slzzler tn left, acorlng
Moran. A great throwln by Burna held
Htengel on second, to ne forced put at
third a momer.-. later by Daubert'
grounder, Kletcher to Herzog, Smith
walked, filling the bases, hut Fisher
lapped an easy one to Ames for the third
The' Olatits tallied again In the second,
but ued up three hits and one perfectlv
good error to gi-ind our the tone counter.
Merkle singled, took second on Herzog'e
Infield out, Itagon tn Daubert, and sped
home on a Texas leaguer In right bv
Meyers The Chief progressed when
Fisher Juggled Ames's grounder. .Snnd
araas forced Meyers with an attempted
merlflce. Mlllee tn Smith i.-uict,A.. 1.1.
safely tn right Ames was nwav frnm
Second UlVdec full steam anil sins ,-oi,,-,rf
Ing Jils way home when Mcitraw, nlm
was coaching, saw a bullet throw from
toran headed for the plate He tarkled
Ames a Is football and smoved him back
t third and then kicked himself when
li turned nut that Moran's peg went yards
i'i' 01 tn nan. lie kicked h m ..rain
A. S. Robinson I
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1 imiiii McrciTslitiru ciitlein
runner v lio (timed III iHMilrr nt
Prnn rein? In It-T. setMind. I lie
fust.'st time ecr done lt n school-'
. 110,1 for till illstnncr,
for Rood measuie when Itnrn forced
I Ames out at home. H'tsher to Miller, end
Ins the round
nut still thins looked good for the
( (Slants, who wete ahead i In 1, and the
csuiooK imptoc'i w nen anoiner wa rune
up on the register In the sixth In the
ce of both the other (iiant inn, it wa
the ntst batter of t hi iiuuti4 w ,in M-nteil
in tin i ae He was Met Me. who
despatched a double tn Wheat's tern
ton After Hetzog and Wilson had died,
both on rollcis to It.ignii. Ami made one
of In semi-annual hits, a sharp sm.uk
' to right, and Merkle beat Moran's qu.ek
i throw home Snndctass walked, but was
I forced on Kb't'dier's glass cutter to
I lirooklvn s winning rallv in the e -'
enth bivan with a caunnu shot smash
I hv Pisher to Kletnber that went for a
I single I'isher stole a Hummel, batting
for Paeon, Mtil'-k nut jut after Miller
hart tiled lo h If ti her Then w th Inn
out the tlicwnrks began Moran walked
and Cutshaw s two baggei s,oied both
htm and Kisher Stengel singled, bring,
ing in I'utshaw Wheat also lilt safcl
Daubert then rolled a little one toward
Merkle. which the latter mussed and
Stengel scored Daubert was fmred at
econd bv Mnith's tap tn Kletcher for
me nnai putouu but rour run had been '
clustered and the game was won. fo- 1
Allen and t'rnmlall. who performed as.
relief pit, -her on the twn nldc after
that. prnel unsnlvable
NEW YORK N I. ' liriOOKI.YN
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Ran. for Mers in Hie enrlith imimr
t Ratted for Ames in the eighth luntntr
iUtteil for R.iEnn in tiie sveniti innlnr
Brooklyn i ., o n n e
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HrooUlrtt W Vrt-b
First base on errors
iii on liases- iirnnhl.wi 7 .New York
Twn base hits Dojle Merlilf . Stetisel Cut
sha stolen bases Murr.i) Untie Fisher I'e
vnre StriKk nut lit Anie. a. tit Raton 1
bv Allen 3 First Imse mi halls Oft Ames
ntf Kann l Kit hv tnteheil bill Hv Ann
( ulsli.iv Hits Off Uncoil v in seven in
ninss ntf Ame.. i in sveu limine, l'mnire in
chief Hurler Field umpire
hour are! .11 minute.
Hvmn Time t
STEELE HARD FOR PIRATES.
They Kmilr Sbtitmil (Inly lis Trio of
Singles In l ast liinlna,
Pitthbcro, Aptil -The t'aidinals
to-day marie theli tnst appearance of the
season In Pittsburg nnd heat the Pirates
ov a srnre ni h to 1 steep, nem tlie m.
posing battel to six scattered hit" Til
Plttshutg team evaded a shutout bv g-t
ting twn singles In the ninth Inning.
ST I.OF1S iN I. PlTTSnPRr.
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Tntnls 1.1 1 R 27 IS 1
Baited for Simon in the elthlh inninr
'Ratted for Rnbinon in Ihe Hind Inninr
SRatteil fur O Tnole in the eighth innins
St. Louis ft I 1 11 1 ft 0 ft 1 a
Pillsburtr 11 ft 11 ft 1) 0 " ft 1-1
o ha.e hits-Holm jii, Oikes Sacrifice hils
tiuBcina. lamrrs uaurs stolen iia.es iirme.
Mowrey sheckard I ir.l
he on balls-Off
Knninsnn, 2. on o Toole
nit rerry. 1
Steele. I Slrmk nut Hv Rnblnioil. I bv ,
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OToole, 3 Left on li.v.c-l'ilt.hurr. fi: St
i.ouis, nm n.te on errors pitlsburs. I:
St Louis. I Hits Qff Robinson, 6 In three
innints: off OTnnle .1 in five innings; off
Ferry, 1 in one inning Umpires Brennan and
Easnn Time- 1 houi anil 41 minutes
K, H. E
Minneapolis. . J t ft 0 ft 2 I 1 0 10 ft
Columbus . njojoooo 04 4 4
Batteries Olmsttad and W. Pmlthi Cole,
Maroney and S. Smith
R H E
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Loulsvllla. .. . JflftftOSOO 0 4 f, 1
Batteries Cuttlnr snd Marshall, Povtell
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st. raui ftooi 40211 iu r, 2
Indianapolis ., fionoofino 0 047
Hatterlss Karger and James, Pehardt and
R. H. E
Toledo , ..ftftJlftSfttft x7 fl 3
Kansas 47111..... 1 0 ft n o 0 0 01
-.lames snd Kruegar. Ithoades
BASEBALL lll-KAV. 3 . ;np M N v Amei
Icsnt vv Philadelphia, Pnln Grounds, Adm, oflc,
.Itfr. Bi,b2?"1 BBK" FIELD. To-day, D ISO
F. M. Brooklyn vs. Boslcn. Arlr,
RED SOX HITS COME I
SHARP FROM BAT
t IMiitocnit Smite the New
Yorks by Score
of n to I.
II A MM Kit I.KFTY SriU'l.Z
Cliiince Introduces New Buttery
When Pastime Is (.noil
The Hn-lnn plutocrats again Used the
NVw Yolks as a means to iecoer their
st Hiding In baseball circles and In six
appearances ai home the New Yorks have
not won a game With the Invincible
.lohnon hulling the Washington shut
out the Athletics. Inn the latter are still
llrt The Washington climbed nhe.id of
the CievvlatuK who were blanked by the
If......... i-..ll. nr tin lVil.li the llcfrnitM
to on losing, ami yesterday the White 1
mi ttlmmed them
Ho. ten. v. New York. 1.
Washington 2, Phltsde Iphla. t.
st l.oui : Cleveland.
CMrsgn. . Detroit. 3
netnllril ('Ink Standings.
1 si i
Host on . . .
tietioit . .,
I. 1 3
a li "a
it ti m
f'hllftfietphla In Ne York.
WaMhlnglnn in no. ton
I'hbncn in petrolt
(lerlrind In St. Louis.
The PnMnn fled Sox worked the hit
and run ""game constantly on the New
York Americans at the Polo (Grounds
M'sterday and did a heap of hitting,
' running and working They won by a
1 soni e of s tn I slsn the worked the
rim and hit. hit and hit and run and
I run game They batted with conlder
table asperltj. not to say ardor and gusto,
! and l.eft Sehulr had rough sledding In
this, the Mrt game he ha started for
the New Yorks SchulT! has done so well
In a tellef role on several occasion that
there weie high hopes that he could hold
a team down tight from the beginning,
hut tile planetary champion contro.
verted that theor. n far as yesterday's
entertainment Is concerned
The llostnn hits bounced off the bats
in straight lines and went tn the outfield
like bullets The Sox coterie did enough
of (hi bullet hitting with men on base
tn store up an ample plurality of runs
t'he New ork hits, what there were of
dtawn straight from the
were clean nnd comely, but
we.e ton rs'
casional lo do anv good
Itedlent, who pitched In a most work
manlike and effectiv- manner, won hands
k. vn in the altercation with the home
Chance flung in a new battery in the!
eighth inning, more to trv them nut
than aiiMhing else The conscripted'
enillile i rinslsted nf Huff. lilteher. unil
(Inssett, catcher Hon" showed the same
puzzling dinp curve he had last ear and
held the lld Sox lulles, in his two In
nings ilnssett had a ci isp and encout -aging
line nf sniHll talk behind the bat.
but had nn chain e tn do anything aside
from Pelng a leception committee for
lloff dellverv The new receiver Is
ined, urn M7.ed and active
Claude Derrick, dlschaiged fmm the
hnsnital. was back at shortstop HI de.
poitmetit there was excellent He played
a businesslike game even If he did boot
a Kiniiiiil ball The Infield work of the
New Ynrks was gond and sharp The
weakness- wasn't thete It was In at
tack. Holli infields were much occupied
with handling giound ball, nnd a good
deal ni nn tt work was seen in that con
nection At that ihe Hoston Inner corp
isn t tile snmnth inoperative society it
was a ve.tr ago
The lied Sox tinned 011 a btoadside of
three leal Ing hit In Ihe first Inning
Hooper a'nd Hall blazed itwav for singles,
1 Hooper taking third
nn Neals nick
Speaket nicked a fly to Ciee, and
1 Hall ran down when Lewis lnshed a hit
to icntre twn tuns came m Haitzsdl
sent a savage liner tn Hooper 111 New
Yotk's half, but otherwise Itedlent wasn't
til' haul Wagner was passed in the
1 second, and t'ailv and Itedlent supple-
, menled hi stroll with boisterous ritlves,
scoi.ng li 1 nt Woller made a poor apol
ngv of a thtow home when Hedlent
' singled, but there wa small chance to
head off Wagner an;, w a
1,1 InlmlfMl la ... I nf .I.a .
till IlllllltVIII IXTtXSI SJI nil l4)ll4 ( l ' imir . -- . - - - .(1
enough to kill hope and the faithfurTVti'ef I S ft " ft S Veachdf
,...,,-,r. 'T-,n-, it .-.vilUIA tllllKieil
and Wolter doubled In the third There
were two out and Chase blighted the
nil In the lute bv swinging at the first
ball and hoisting a foul Daniels, coach
ing at third, was criticised for holding
Schul. at third on Wolter's double, but
Sehulx would have been heaved out a
mile, particularly with Lewis at the other
end of the lilt
1 F.ngle stalked Schulz for a single In
the fourth and Cad.v Hushed n three
i,,..., u.,1. 1... ,1. 11 ., t
baggei Hack lurched home on the
tiiiiniii in uipie uimensioiis i;ree was set;
for the three bagger, but the sun struck
him full In the lamps and blinded him
He got his hands up, hut not oulte right
for the- catch
f0C the. CStch U-hlll. n-lnaA1 u . 1
I ...v.. .,s...u,f, ci,cis.ei
" ' .. ! """ me nun nnil Lewis
pushed hpoke to the tape with a three
nagger lit deep right
"I wa only teasing you," hummed
Hedlent In the second half of the fifth
niter Mvweney Had opened with a two
bagger down Gardner's way Sehuli
I struck out, Woller struck out. Chase
grounded to the omnivorous Wagner.
yuou erai demonstratum," quoth the
erudite Hedlent, stifling a somewhat bored
yawn hs lie sit oiled to the bench. Itai t.
zell singled In the sixth, but was doubled
on Cree's force That was two. thirds of
mat inning, anu Leiivens slab to Hard,
ner wa the other thltd
Ding, zing, zowle In the seventh, mean
ing lilts bv Hall, Speaker and Lewis. Lewis
znvvlt'd Hall home, following which the
New York Infield wabbled a trifle, Schulz
fumbled Gardner's sacrifice: Derrick 1ua.
Kled Kngle's grounder, allowing Speaker
to score, and although Hartzell crabbed
wngncr s act ny throwing Heinle out at
llrst Lewis scoied 011 the play.
The New Ynrks cut down the foe with
a cart before the horse double play In
the eighth. Hall was passed with one
out and Speaker lammed to Hartzell. The
latlcr crowded Hall back, then threw
Speaker out at first and Chase's cleverly
executed Ihrow to Derrick effaced PU at
The New Yorks opened the ninth with
a display of defiance. I.elivelt made an
Infield single. Mldklff hit to Gardner.
Dodgers May Keep
Giants Out of Flag
A INT it funny what it Hlflercnce
just a few inunllm make?
.war I ho lowly Hrooklyns were the
cmicst picking for the (limits, hut
not thin year, unyH Dill Dahlen.
By tlruhljiriK the New York team
yesterday the Dodders have won
half ns many Imttlcs already from
the champions hn they took all of
last season. The reckoning; in 1012
was sixteen games lo six for the
(iianls. Tin's year it is three to one
in favor of the Hrooklyns. Here
tofore all the Giants had to do was
lo come on the field against the
Dodgers and the game was theirs.
This year the former are doing well
to heat the transpontine people at
all and had to go thirteen innings to
land their one victory from their
, . I
who slipped, hut threw out I.elivelt at sec- I
onu irom nis recumnent position Der-
rpl clipped n single to centre on which
l.iiiin.in scumca ror mini wnen .speaker's .
I poor return eluded Hedlent Hngle hacked
i up and had plenty of time tn throw out ,
.iiKiKin ai xnirn. dui tnrew low ntnl Mid
klff continued his flight and averted a
shutout. Derrick went to third, where he
'stayed Gossett and McKechnle hit Into j
IIOSTON (A t, 1
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Hooper, rf t 1 1
lull .b : : 3
spe'lser ct ( : 2 1
I.ewn.lf I 3 :
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Waoi'r.w 3 1 2
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1 0 Chase lb.. ( II 1 14 : D
0 o,il.irtr'll.:b n 2 3 3 o
0 "'"rre.ll 4 n t inn
1 0 lllvell.pf 4 0 1 1 (I 0
1 liMldklff.Hh 4 1 0 1 :. 0
' llertlc.s 4 0 12 4 1
s o Sweeney.' 10 1 t : n
o Cos.elt e l n ft ii o 0
.Schuli.p.. ft 1 n 0 l
Totals 34 MJ It 14 I.llotf.p l n ft a (i ti
I'M'K hnis I 0 (1 0 ft a
Tolnls v, I it 16 I
Dalted for Hoft In the ninth Innlnr
tlnstotl IlOllAJnri- t
New York ftftOOOftftoi t
first base on errnrs-doston. I: New York, 1
lfl on bases- Hostou. T; New York, d Fir.t
base on balls-Off Schulr. 1: ntf llntf. 1 Struck
oul-IW Meilient 3: hT Sehllls. i Three hjse
hits- l,ei. CadT Two base hits- Woltrr
Sweeney Snerlflre hit (iardner Double pIiits
Carrtner 1411 and Entle. ttarttell. Chase ami
Derrick Hit hj- pitched ball-By Schulr.
iSpeakrrt Umpire in chief-Connolly Field
umpire -McC.reery Time-i hour and 4ft mtn
ATHLETICS HELP JOHNSON.
Thai Is. flnrrr niiil Collins Do ltnh
Kail to Cnser ernntl.
Ptm.Apni.ru la, April 30 - Walter .lohn
son bested Hddle Plunk in a pitchers' i
battle tn-da. when Washington heat the
Athletic hy scoring the only two runs
of the game In the ninth Inning .lohnson
held the Mncknien to four bits and fanned
(en. while Plank was found for nve
hlls. three nf them by flandll. The
veteran southpaw would have carried the I
game Into extra Inning had not Marry
and t ollln been asleep on a critical play
In the ninth.
With one man down In tht Inning Milan
on second and Oandll on first with Morgan
up, the double steal was tried when the
count was two and three nn Morgan
As Morgan fanned Milan dashed for thtrd
and ftandll for second. Lapp paid no n(
tentlon to Milan, for he threw accurately
to second tn catch the sl4iw moving
Oandll Neither Collins nor ttarrv made
I any attempt to cover the base nnd the
ball rolled out to centre, nllon-le.- mn
Uo score. Then Alnsmlth singled, senrtne
(iandll The throw by Lapp beat (landll
easllv and he would have been a sure
nut This would have retired the side
without a run.
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ft 1 Olrinnr.lf I ft ft I
.' 0, Collins : t ft ft 1
ft n Baker. Ih 4 n 1 ft
1 ft'M'Innis lb t ft 1 4
ft 1 Daley.if. 1 ft ft 1
" ft'Rtrry.ss .1 ft 1 ;
t ft Lapp e 't ft ft it
' ft, Plank. p 3 ft n ft
Moeuer.rf 3 ft 0
, Milan. cf 4 11ft
l.ap rte.Sb 4 n ft :
I Candil lb 4 I 3 11
Mnrc'n Ih 4 ft ft ft
I Aln (h.c 4 ft 1 1ft
Shanks.lf 3 ft ft I
I M H de.ss 3 ft ft 1
Johnson, p 3 ft ft ft
Totals u !::: ToiaJs 31 0 4V I
Alnsmith nut hit hy bat'eil hall
rr,a0h, n ft o n n ft ft ,
Tn ,ae hit-Mclnnl. stolen ha-.
innls, Murphy Rarry Milan, Gandtl First
nase nn srrnrs-wasnintnu, I Philadelphia, 1
lft on bases-Philaiielphla. f.; Ynshlntoit, 4
Struck nut-Hr Plank. 12- by Johnson 11.
Double play (.sndil unassisted! First ba.e
on balls-Off Plank, 1. off Johnson. 1 Pasted
bill -Alnsmlth Umnire in chief-n,n--ti P.-l.i
Umnire in chief-Dmeeti Fi-ia '
umpire -Hart Time- l hour and Ml minutes
DU1UC HAS UNHAPPY DAY.
Krriirs, 't anil F.xlra llmr lilts
4ite White Mtn I'.nay Win,
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b a rore of s to 3 The game went un-
happllv fur .lean Public, erroi. passes
and extra base lilts tniiplrlng lo glv'e the
visitors nn easy vlclniy The Tiger lineup
was upset, Illness hoVlIng Oalner out. and
Crawfoid took the tlrst sack Job. High
went tn centre and Cnhb to rigid
The scote :
CHICAGO 1 A 1. 1 DETROIT
nb 1 b p a e ati r h
Rslh.lb 4 .1 1 I 1 1 Bush 4 11 3
11 2 1
n n 13
1 2 1
bonuti s . 5 1 1 vut.Ih
t'plllns rf R ft 1 I n 0 crawf'd.th
1 : 1
4 11 1 0
4 ft ft 2
3 n ft 4
seh'IIer.ll 3 I 1
Weav'r.s. 4 ; 1
13 0 D-al..1h
3 1 0 McKee.e
0 f ftlnibucp
Schalk c 4 ft 2
Tntsln 31 f 11 12 I
Tin biM hlls - Veach
base hlls Duhuc Vill
1 . I
1 11 ft
ft ft 1 1 ft
Burton. Schallrr Three
struct nut itv Dunne
h. hi- Cirotte. 3 Basev nn balls-Off Dubiic
nff Cieotte. I Double id ny Weaver nnd Ilnr
ton Firs', base on errors Detroit. 1: Chicnsn
1 Left on bases -Detroit Id: Clurieo. t!
1 ss.en nans-en-nr-e. --'-n it " 11 p icnes
Dubuc, 2 Umpires-Evans and Hil'i-brvid
time 1 nour ana tii minutes
BOTH RUNLESS IN SEVEN INNINGS.
Then nrnvrns Hop tin OrriiR anil
genre the Only Two Tallies.
St. I-oiiis, April 30 -in a pitching duel
In which St. Louis and Cleveland battled
seven Innings before either aide scored,
St, laiuls won to-day by a score of 2 to n.
A batting rally for the Drown In the
eighth put two runs across anil spiked
the game. Hoth Gregg nnd Itaumgardner
were In great form. The score:
CLEVELAND. , ST I.OUIS (A L I.
1 11 n e ao r n p a s
.1 J'lon.lb 4 0
Chan'n 11 I
Olson 30 3 0
.lacks'n rf 4 0
Laime.Ih 4 0
Hir'e'm.cf a (1
oraney.lf 4 0
Cariich.c 2 n
GreiT.p 3 0
ft 11 1 o.Shotton.cf 3
1 4 u
11 n 0 J .l 10H, II. 4
0 3 1'Willia's.rf 2
1 1 1 ft
fl ft ,1 1
ft 0 ft J
0 1 S I
0 1 ft 3
0 0 0 :
1 0 0 Pratt. lb '
3 2 n Movall.lb. 4
1 0 1 A itn.3h. i
1 0 ilAVallice st 4
ft Aznew.p. . J
1 4 0 nalinn'r.p 2
Totali it 0 A S4) 17 21 Colli. '.'.I : 27 r 11
Cleveland. ft 0 1) ft 11 0 0 0 0- ft
St. Louis, 00000002.-2
Tmn 1 base hits-dregr, Chapman Sacnltie
Itila-nirmlnchani. Williams. I'rati. Aiiilln
Slnlen base. Austin Hit hy pitched hall-H.v
naumsardner (Olmuii Wild pitch-Baiimgard
tier, Basra nn halli Off Orcrj, 0; vfY Bdiim.
garriner. I. SlrucU out-Hi Oienj, 7; by Haum
yardner, 3. Ifl on bases-Cleveland. 7: St
Loun. Umptrri-O'Lniizhlin and Feriuson
Time I hour and (1 minutet
tin Molntt. 7i Omaha. 3, 1
St. .feaapb, h; Sioux City, t.
Lincoln, (, Toneka, 3.
Denver, 7i Wichita, 3.
HIT WINS LONG GAME
Clout Omul for Homer Drives In
Hun That Beats Columbia
in Eleventh Bound.
FINAL SCO I?K IS 7 TO (1
Pitcher Copcland of Timers Oetsj
Poor Support From His
PlIINChTON, April 30 A Inns lilt h
Pendleton tn th" i mining Hack back of
'centie Held with two out anil the has-s
I full In Hie eleventh Inning gave Princeton
a T to fl victory ner Columbia on 1'nlver.
lty I'lelil this afternoon. The Titters as
usual pill up a poor exhibition In the Held
j ami It again "as a cae of their timely
hitting Mijtwiy eniituei mianoing men
Cupelatnl, who pitched the tlrst nine In
nlngs for Princeton, twirled good ball anil
vv hi, good sunnort would have wnn hi.
came, hut four errors In succession bv Ins
team mates In the fourth frame, followed
by Itoseff's tilple, gave the visitors four
rims, lie weakened In the ninth, however,
and Columbia tool; the lead. Wood, who
succeeded him In the tenth after Kogei
had lasted only long enough to pass the
first man up, li.nl the lilue and White at
his mercy In the twn remaining elon.
Meenan almost caused a war In the
eighth Inning when he went after ("apt.
Worthlngton of Princeton with his list
nfli't the litter had ptolesled the Colum
bia players' tactics on the bases.
The score :
ah r h p a e nn r h p a e
l.airdlf rt 2 I 1 ft ft Moore.rf ti 0 o 4 ft
Wor'nn ss (,' o 1 4 r. 1 Watt.ih. .Suit 2
Pend'ncf 1 ( 1 liKlindl.lb 3 1 1 U ft n
Reed 3b 3 1 ft I M 0 l.ommel.rl 3 ; t ft ft 1
Hhnds.lh ft I Is ft ft Krledr"s. 4 1 I I I I
Yflser.rt 3 ft 0 " O.Mirnan.lt ! 1 i I 1 ft
r.ill. lb ( j 2 I 3 IllaarrnSb S ft ft I I n
Wall e 3 ft ft :, I ftltnserf.c. 3 1110
Copei'd p 3 ii n i ; i'smiih.p :. ft i r. i
lireen l it li n n n
Hpter (i ii ft ii ft ft ft
W ood li i 1 0 ft 1 ft
Total" ..4 s :n: H
Totals 44 : tj ; r,
Hatted lor Copeland In the ninth innlnf
(Two out In rlevenlli inmnff when winnmc
run s .,red
Columbia ft ft ft ( ft ft ft t ft n f,
Princeton iiiftftflftftifli J
Three ba.e hits Pendleton. Ro.eff Sacriflee
hits- Wall. Moure hlnlen liases-dill. 1. Heed,
3; Laird. Meenan I. Kirndl lilt -Off Cope
land. in nine lnnincs, off Koprrs, none inone
out in tenth-, ntf Wood, 4 In two liuiiiins
Struck out -Hv Copeland. 4; by Smith I First
base on balls Olf Rnrem 1 off Smith. .
Passed ball lloseff Iloubte play Reed Mini,
si.teti Left on bases Princeton. Columbia,
r. First htse on errors Prinieton 3. Cnluni
bia a 1'mpire-Freemati Time I hour, and
SECOND LONG 0NE FOR JAMES.
Itr Mnmbles Phllllra In Eleven
nlitK Unronnter. tn 1,
Hostov. Apt II an . I'.ven as 'he worm
turneth so will the rtrave nccasionnll?
I win a game Thl afternoon they trimmed
'the Phillies : tn 1 In an elr.v en innnltig
j contest nnd nnre more It vtns James who
'whs nn the tiring line nnd dmve the
1 rnemv to cover It was he who twirled
the Incals tn victory over Urooklyn in a
twelve inning game.
The score .
P1III.A iN I.
ah r h p
Paske 1 ef 3 I I 4
BOSTON iN L i
f .si. r li n a e
P.Mar r'le h! 1
Lohert 3b 1
Canrnn If ft
laid r'vlb :.
Brennsn p .1
2 ft,Conn'l If
3 ft'Mjer Hi
ft ft w net '.'b
ft ft Til us rl
ft ft IRinden
ft 1 Klrke rf
' iMMnnn.cf .
t 1 Devlin Sh
1 1'Wlnlins e
t ft'Jamns p
.St 3 12
ft ft j:
Totals 32 1 73I IT . Totals IT . HI 21 3
Billed for Dol tn in the eleventh tnnin
On- out when winning run was scorni
tBatteil for Tltii tn the ninth inninn
I'lllUilelph'l ft .1 1 ,1 ft 11 n ft ft ft ft 1
Boston ' ' ' 0 ft 0 ft 1 ft 1 - 2
Tvt n b.t.e hit" Marftnvill Sweeney, Sir
riftie hit Connelly Lohert Knlbe Brennim
Kitlifei Ma-re sioii it h.i?s -Mver Paskeri
Dolan Double pliv. Sweeney and Maranrille,
Sweeney. Martnville and Myer: Killifer and
Don'.in Knabe. Luilerus and Doolan Left on
ha.es-Boston R. Philadelphia. 9 First base
, on bills- Olf James 5 First base on errors-
I Pliiliilrlphli . Hn bv pilcher-By James
iPatkrrt' bv lirennan iDchn struck out
Hv .lames. 1! hv Brendan 4 I'mpirr.-Kl-m
;incl (inn ltm : nnurs ami ; miuutrs
0'DAY AND OTHERS THERE.
I n nu ccs Ills Forntri' rharitri Htm
In Hnrtl HlltlnK Cnbs.
Chu-voii. Apt. I ,10 - The Ited lost
aimlhei game tn the Culu tn-dav and thev
I have yet tn vv.n fmm Kvers and his
sluggcis President l.jnelu the ntlur
,i,.n,hei nf the National Coinjnlssloii and
Henry ti'Pnv. rniinei maiiHger of the
'Cincinnati i bib. witnessed the defeat nf
CHICAGO ,N I, ,
.in r It p
nh r h p
Reseller If 4 ft
0 frni-r ef
He, kcr rf 3 " I
ft DIN Imlie rf 4 ft
'I " "litil-ll If 4 I
ft " im r n lb 4 ft
t n -tiei-.lb 3 t
1 ft liver- lb ft 1
" 1' Hndn II s 1 1
n Archer.e 3 ft
2 I 1'ient .p : ft
4 ft ToUl. 27 4
scveieu' 1 ft
ll.it s i t ft ft
lllikei.s- I 11
Hohh 1 lb 3 ft
Mar'ns ef t ft
i:;nu ih 4 1
Alme'a 31 1 I I
Clarke c 4 ft
Suscs ! ' 1
: 1 ft
: 1 .1
! 14 "2
Total. 31 3 s .'I 'A I
Hilled fur Becker in Ihe eljhth inninr
Cincinnati ft ft 1 ft i ft ft ft 3
Chicago ft ft 0 0 1 2 ft 0 - 4
l,eft 011 bases - Cincinnili. S.Ci hica;n. .1 Struck
out By Pierce, 1, by Surss. I Two tnse hit
Surrs Home runs-Briiiwrll, Mitchell, Al
melila Slnlen bases- Mitchrjl. Snier. Bndnell
B.irss nn balls-Oft Pierce, 2, off Slurs, 2
Balk -Sittjs Pmpvet-Owens ami tiuthri"
Tim - I hniir and M minutes
Nets Knnlnnil liragnr Gel ,ny.
PrtnviPKNcr, Aptil 30 The New Fng
land League season started this iifternoon
wltli gnmes in four cities is- nn pm
one game the home team won the opener
The exception was at Lowell, vvhete Hugh
Duffy's Portland team noed the home
aggregation out, 4 tn 3
At Tall niver Fall River 7, New Bsd,.
At Law rente Law rence, S. Lynn. 2.
At Low all Portland. 4: Lowell, s.
At Worcester Worcester. 7. tlroekton, I.
Memphis. , New Orleina. 6.
Birmingham, i Atlanta. 2.
Chattanooga, 2, Nashvllls, 1,
Mobile, 6, Monlfomer), 0.
4: New Haven, 2
. Holjoke. .'
Hartford, l: Plltaflrld, 9.
New London 14. Witlerlnir)
At Trentnn- Trentiin. fl, Atlantic cilv, 1
At Harrlstiurg Hnrrliburc, 4; York, I
At Allentnn 11 Wilmington, 7, Allentovvn,
Snnth Atlantic Leavne.
Savannah. 3, Marnn. 1,
.larksnnvllle, 1: Albany, 0,
Columbus, 3: Charleston, 1,
Cotton States Learrne,
Jackson, 1, Kelma, 0.
Clarksdale, 2; I'entaenla, 1
Columbus, 10. Meridian, 1
Dallas. 1ft Beaumont, I,
Houston, 4 fort Worth, I
W'atn, , Snn .Mltnnln, 5.
(Inhesion, t, Auln, 2,
Pitches 41 Innings
at Cost of One Run
WAiIT.K. the Wi.aid, siirnamed
lohnson, of the tribe of Grif
fith, is making a wonderful record
on the peak this season. His shut
out of the Athletics yesterday waH
the third time in succession that he
has gone through nine innings
without heingscored on. He blanked
the New Yorks, then the Bostons,
then the Athletics. The only run
made off him was made by the
New Yorks in the first inning of the
opening game in Washington, and
he has pitched thirty-five consecu
tive innings without a single op
ponent reaching t In plate. He
pitched five innings against the
(Hants on April 7, so that in his
forty-one innings of smoke dis
bursement this year he has per
mittee! only a solitary tally.
FORDHAM FAILS KEELEN
IN MOMENTS OF NEED
Splendid Pite.hinjr Wnst?d by
Poor Fielding and Hit tin";,
nnd Frsinns Wins.
Poidham lost to Uretnus College on
the Maroon fMd yesterday, B tn 4 Keelen,
who was on the mound for Fordham,
pitched a superb article of ball. He had
the visitors at his mercy and held them
hltles until the seventh Inning, despite
tne wieicnen support ne receiven Mere
the Htonxonlons dlsplavcd it miserable
fielding streak nnd half a dozen errors
and two lilts that fast nettling should
have disposed of netted a tiio of runs.
Although Keelen allowed but four scratch
hits I'rslnus scored on errors In the sixth
and final Innings.
Lack of a single in the last inning cost
Fordham the game. Mcltovern slid tn I
tlrst and bent out a slow throw hy Adams.
Flanagan, batting as a pinch hitter, singled
and advanced Mrdovern to the mldsack.
Kone drew a pass and filled the hags
Wltli nulv mi, nut Currnl funned Actlnir
Captain Shnrkev had the chance to win the j
game and overbalance his costly errors,
but the best the Maroon second sacker
could produce was n weak pop fly.
Ken dr If 3 3 I 2
ft ft.Kane ef 3 1 I :
M'w ss ef ft ft
Mu'lll.3h 5 I
Rojrr.rf I 1
Muuerl.o 4 0
Gay. lb 3 ft
Adams.Ib 3 ft
Kl lein cf 2 ft
llutlrr.ss 2 ft
Johnson p 4 ft
fl ".Carroll lb 4 ft
1 0 Shsrk'T 2b S fl
0 0 Leach If I fl
1 ft Elllffe c 4 1
ft 2!.M'ETn. 4 0
I 2 S.Virtano ah 3 t
n 0 M O v n.rt I 1
1 1 Doollnc.rf I ft
3 ft'Keelen.p I ft
- Flanagan 1 ft
Totals 35 5 4 It 7 S
Totals 54 4 I? S ;
Matted for Keelen in the ninth Inninr
Fordham I 1 ft ft ft 1 1 0 0-4
Firs' base on errors Fordham. 4: Urtvtnus. f
Left nn bases Fordham, 7; Crsinus. S Full
base on balls Off Keelen. 4. off Johnaon. 3
struck out- By Keelen. 1ft; by Johnson, t Sac
rifice hll-Keelen Stolen bases-Elllffe. I.
Kennedy, I. Mitlrrlint, Kar.s. (Jay, I; Adams,
Flanaran Paused ball-Elllffe t'mpire Mr
Oldis Time 1 hour and 4.1 minutes.
TY NOT REINSTATED YET.
National Commission Adjnnrna WHh
nnt Oeeldlna; III Case.
Chicaco, April 30. President Johnson
of the American League, President Lynch
of the National league and Oarry Herr
mann of Cincinnati, who constitute the i
National Commission, met heie to-dav tot
decide on Ty Cobb's reinstatement. They
discussed his case pro and con, hut ar-'
rived at no decision, adjourning until to-1
It was intimated at the American
league oftlce that Cobb would lie rein-
stated and that if a fine Is imposed tiKn I
him It will not b heavy
NEW YORK STATE LEAGUE OPENS.
l.lMtt.-GoT. filynn Tntlri Flrat Hall
A 1. pant, Anrll 30. The New Tnrk State
League season started here with Lieut. -1
.nv. Martin H. (llynn thiowlng the first
hall Hoth pitchers were In fine form
nnd Troy proved more fortunate.
The score :
n h e
Tint ft ft ft 1 1 1 ft ft ft 2 fi
Albany n 0 ft ft 0 ft 1 0 1, 2 f. 2
llatteries Troy, Johns nnd Fitzgerald
Vlbanv. Harneif and McDonuugh. Fmplre
Lathnm AT WILKESHAMRE.
R H E
Elmira ftsftflllflftft iiii n
Wiikesharre iftOinnoftft 3 4 1
flatteries Elmlia. Nazi" and Hitter
YVilkeaharie, Eckert. Marlon and Brlegn.
i'liipires Daley and Ecklitan
R H E
1- 1ft 1 1 7
I llca ft 1 1 ' I fl 11 2 9 11
Hatterles Syracuse, Sltton and Munch,
t'tlei. Buck and Hleler Umpires Cleary
R H E
Blnghamton . 0 1 2 ft 0 0 4 0 fl 7 10 1
Scranmn n ft 1 0 0 ft ft 1 11 2 7 3
1 Ha'tt rl'i - ninthamion, Herehe and Mr
Murrav Sc-ftnton, Haggerty. Lowe and I'e.
'erson. empire Harrison
WESLEYAN TIES ELI AT TENNIS.
Takee Bnlh Dnnblrs and One Match
, at Slnnlea.
1 Nfw Havi-n, Apnl 3a Yale and
Weskyan played tn a tie In the annual
trnnl matehe h-re to-day The final
scoie wa 3 to 3. Vale won thiee out of
fnui of the singles and lost both of the
The singles were played off first. A, M.
Man, Vale, showed superior form and
easily defeated A. J. Richards. Weslevan.
In straight sets, fi 1. , FJ. Hacon,
Wesleyan, met H. C Gates, captain of the
Vale team. Hacoti took the first set, 6 1
Gates took a brace In the second and won
at 6 4. Hacon proved the stronger and
faster In the final set and Gates was de
feated, 60. K. W. Peailee, Yale, won
from W. T. James, Wesleyan, 2, 6 S.
A. Kvans, Yale, finished the singles by de
featlng J. E. Row ell, Wesleyan, 75, i ,
The doubles both went to Wesleyan.
James nnd Powell proved a strong pair In
their match with Kvans and Gates. The
Wesleyan men played the net better and
won, 3 6, 64, 62, Hacon and Rich
ards nf Wesleyan played their doubles
with Man and Wainwrlght. Here too
Wesleyan proved too fast for Yale and
Hacon nnd nichards took the match In
sets, 1 6, 63, 6 3.
Lettish Freshmen Wallop Lafayette.
South Bethlkhkm, Pa April 30. The
Lehigh freshmen to-day walloped the
Lafayette freshmen, 19 to 6, Wagonhurst
pitched good ball for Lafayette until the
fifth Inning and then blew up.
Score by Innlnjs:
It. H. K.
Lafayette I I M I I I f I- t 4 7
Lehigh ' I I ftll 1 i 2 x 1 17 I
nntfrl Wagonhurst and Csry: Hsaey,
rishei and lllirln..
WHEN YALE GETS IN
MOTfON TUFTS WILTS
Victims Start in Whirlwind
Style, Ooinjr Four Buns
Ahead of Bivals.
THEN COMES THE DEMISE
Six- Runs in Fifth and Fire tn
Next Turn Ttde Final
Count 18 to 7.
Nr.tr Haven, April 30. Tal defeated
Tufts to. day by IS to T. It was the
second game that Tufts has lost this year
A whirlwind stmt by Tufts tn the tlrst
Inning, when on etrors and hits four runa
were scored, foiced Yale tn play ball
Yale did not tnk the lead until th
fifth, when Adams was hatted from thn
bun and leplaced b Krlpps. The Vale
team batted clear around the Inning and
scoted six runs. The next Inning brought
In live mote runs for Yale Tufts lilt
hard to-dav and Djor wn taken out In
the sixth and teplnced bv OIK G'le
pitched good steaib ball. Dennett led th
Tuft men In batting with thiee clean
hits. Pclll.v excelled Willi the stick for
Yale, making five hits, two nf them three
balgets. out of six times at the plate.
ah r h p
Staf'rd Sb ;. I ft S
Uurv'n 3b 4 1 1ft
Mar'skl.cf 3 2 2 2
U e .".lift
Ilrn'ell.lb 3 13
3 1 Mid'h'k ef 1 I 1 1
1 nlschnf'lil If 5 j ft ft
ft ftilllnss m.ss I r.
3 tmiririell.lh 3 2
1 :;Rrllly.3h 4
ft 1. Conn. h. 2b 6 1
1 1 1
Anirll If 3
Meaah'r e 4
Kripps p I
0 5 3 1 1 I'umpy.rf 4 I
ft ft 3 1 0 Ilunler.c . f. 1
ft 1 ft
ft ft 1
ft ft ntrr p 1
ft.Mlrnwn 1 ft
totals j; , II .. 1. n
Totals 31 1 ! 2T 1
Railed for Dyer in (he fifth inninr
Tufts 4 0 ft 1 1 ft 1 0 0 7
Yale 1 0 I I h I -l't
Two base hlls Lre. Donnellan Three b-te
hits Uellly 2 Illts-Off Adams. 7 In four in
nuns, off Krlpps. 7 In four limine, oft D.ver
fi In five Inninits: off Cilr. h in (our liinnu.
Sierir.ee hits Blossom Rnlilell Stolen b.is.
Mlddlebrnnk. 3: Selinfleld. I: Rlddell Pumpellr
Doubl plat Hunter and Cornish lft on
bars Yale, s, Tufts First base on balls
Oft Adams. 4. off Krlpps. 2 First base on
errors Vale. 3: Tufts, ? Hit by pitcher-Hr
(tile (AnselD, by Dyer iStatfordi Struck out
Br (.lis, bv Adams 1; by Knppi. 1 Wild
pitche Olie. Kripps Time 2 hours Umpire
MACD0NALD FIRST BY INCHES.
Close I'lnlahee the tittle In Cnlnmhln
Handicap TrecU Meet.
Close tinlrhes weie the rule In the last
half of Columbia's second handicap track
meet" on South Field eptcrday after,
noon. Francis Macdonald, a member of
the varsity relay team, took the uaitee
mile in the best race of the day from FJ
A. H. Spencer, senior, by Inches In .V-' t-'i
seconds. Spencer had twelve yard on
Macdonald. who ran from scratch, and
after leading all the way let the arslt
runner pass him In the last yard of the
The mile brought out another good
finish, P. M. Janney, the scratch man
losing by a yard to F R. Whelan, a prom
ising oung runner, who started from the
thirty yard line. Jatiney passed the pack
and caught Whelan at the end of the
third lap, but Whelan pulled away again
in the last quarter and although Jannev
sprinted hard Whelan was too fresh and
finished In the lead In .41.
COLUMBIA SWEEPS COURTS.
flats-era Visitors Don't Win In F.ltarr
slnrclre or Donhlea.
Columbia's lawn tennis team swept the
courts In a match agalnsl the ltutses
team on South Field yesterday afternoon
The visitors weie not able to score a wm
In either single or doubles, and only nne
of the set went to deuce In tills mat-li
It. W Se.trle of the New P.runswlck team
started off with a rush mid took thiee
games from H. A. Lamb of Columbia be
fore the latter pulled himself tngetli
The two men thPii played on even term
to a deuce set of six games when Lamb,
with H steady service and fast wntl. in
covering the court, took tln next ttv-i
games. The second set wa easy fin
Lamb, who won In sttalglit games
Pitching; Km la Pitching hy Harris.
Wasiunoton. Pa , April 3n Pitcher
Harris of nelhany College hnd Washing
ton and .lefferson eating nut nf bin hand
to-day, allowing the home collegian
but ihiee bits and taking a brilliant
game I tn 0. The big hurler was backed
up nebly by his learn, which I the best
West Virginia college aggregation seen
In these parts In years.
Score hy Innings : :
n H F.
Itftbanv 0 ft 0 ft 1 0 fl 0 0--1 5 0
Jefferson OflftOOftOO ft ft ,1 .
Flatteries - Harris and Heigen Hman
W, anrl L, Takee SlnRRlnar Game.
I.KXINOTON, Va., April 30 Washington
and Lee won from the University of Wct
Virginia 7 to 6 to-day The game was
charactetlzed hy heavy hitting mid loose
fielding by both teams Washington and
l,ee won In the seventh inning on Lan
caster's pass and Terry s two base hit.
The scoie .
II It E
Washington and Lee Ifttftftftlftv 7 12
West Virginia llftlllftoo ft I
Batteries Myers, l.nrrlck and Donahue,
Barron and Haves.
Boslna; 4iolon Pnt 4lff Conclnvr.
The meeting of the State Athletic Com
mission scheduled for yesteiday afternoon
was postponed until next Wednesday
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