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Sporting and Automobiles
NEW YORK. SUNDAY, MAY 18. 1913. Crpjrte&f. 1?1J. rp ff Hun Prl-H-p ni,4 riMMu,j
C-?:KW MSI HUME
. ......1 rt nn.. Mil- i
p. .... . .... h -
Onrmon Pont Xnvy
nv. rnn SF.rnxn place
s.j Foot Wont Tfinoeton New
Yorker a Length nnd
More to the Good.
FrsTToN. Ms-V " Rowing & steady
?!.: fr-n atstt to finish and without
, j. re hard pressed any time Co
. ars;-y erw defeated the Navy
- - 3 - "" Lake inrr.ci this after-
in. Tne midshipmen finished slightly
t-x-e t r. r Ua-- h behind the New York--
a.-.i ". TUrs were a close third,
or r f- t behind the Annapolis eight.
Co' i' ii
time wa minute 4t 4-e
b- Navy 6 minutes 4S 4-S
Princeton's less than a second
lone- ','.- the latter I
A.'.houff. for the first quarter mue mr
Sfc- r.nd White was more than a leiyrth
the other boat It wa evident
--e NVw Yorkers had the best
7.br.ed crew In the lot. They rowed with J
,r. vi strike At no time during the race
.i thajr raise the rate to moee than J
it-cke. to the minute, although their '
e-r-tf were averaging nar 40.
T B"- and White body swlrw; was
"t '.ho men followed the snroke like
I r.aoh'.-.e and tVlr blade work was all
.v., s. Vfrj Behind all thl tney
TLl ! it oi towrr and at the end of the
.'c.. (leem-l i!mot a fteh a at the
rSr- vowln that they had plenty cf
t-'r.r which thy d.d not ue.
The real f.ifht wat between Princeton
arl 'the m!dd!! for cond honor. The
,!!fr 'ooV the id at the etart of the
rl,.""v.? th Naau boy ftuck close to
the- ir.-". a:nay kept thtlr bow evn with
:h cer.'e the Navy boat. At the mile
-Vl i ( T.H-j fnk a nrac and evened
Mr.f -r n ' from then on It was nip
kr.i t'-c-c b:wen ih two.
F r - rae when the boats were not
mor tha Sfly yards from the finish it
"Vki 4 u 'he Tlfter would come out
ei top. tr.ey lacked the final punch
i-'. In it few trokes the Navy man-
- the nose of It shell about
i !. a-1 c: tne I'rinceton ooai.
ar.d o-T.'.r.-- up from behind not a 1
r' .- i '.-.ffth over the opponents.
r. ,.c- s p! kf-i to come out ahead i
e n-- ar.,i it showlnc to-day
a"jr-t.. : thofe who have been
t.-c ' r.r throushout the
T i Ti- .ar.ded their oars well
i 'ir l-.-v in f"if too quickly on
i "ry with '.hi? reult that they sent
f i forward Ir. Jrks. Thl was
b e io.vd the end of the race, es-1
- t f S-.i! spurt I
w rk laed the nap and
' ,-llT In the season The Navy ,
- handle thlr oars a we.l as
wer. and won from Princeton .
-r.l nurt on nrcount of th"!." ,
r.ir oFi.anrr.is. i-ui w.. j
slide back evenly on the r--
l. Hit nr a hlch stroke
. . i i i i. .1 J i lu
'"tt-ecie to se the struggle.
A.'.; .Mi' t,f Yhe race the Navy with
e. ... f 41 to the minute jumped Into
' -Hi ,.r, Prir.-eton. with the same I
r w wind
a ' '.ch
1 rlosely. Columbia, how.
to loaf along at 35.
verb.t to gain more than
r order waa kert for the
"tile, Princeton pushing the..
.. vv hard f-r nrs. placo and Columbia
ft- d! '. a;cr.c Ir the rear,
At the fc&'f r;'.l r-.ark the New Torkers I
....uj ... .v.. . 1- .t.. hi.h. .
At the y.i't '.le -.rk the New Yorkers I
, v ,r , ..v . y . V.'.. '," ' j
tv. y u'-d at i-v t'rr.e tn the tutsle, and
Kril'ji' v r'Ji. '-ST "n the Navy and ,
After tVr.r the ad Columbia dropped
rii-it tr. a The Midshipmen and Tlrer.
T"'h rowlr.B around 40, began the final
tr icle fur second honor. Prlnoaton
ratight up w-lth Navy at the mile marie.
Th Pnr. fr'ihmen iurprlied by coming
ru- or, t"p !n their match with the, Prince
tcr. cuts, m th latter war strong
fjvrltei befcr th race. Penn waa al
ir : a lir.rth aiiead of th Prtneeton
Ym' The Quaker got the. Jump at th
f'ar and were rever headed, although the
7.r- eae them a care at th mil
rr. rV. l-v a sudden spurt which almost put
t' i Ir, th iad The local freshmen
w - awav off form and follswt)d their
t'.r ' pc rly for the greater part of tha
rs-f a fult of which they nvr hav
1 .. pyi'.v of 1n practice.
Tv. f'-'nctin Juniors won the inter-
't -e.r with the sophomores leeond
r- f,T -t fruhmen eight thtrd. Toe
'"'ire 1: i r. 'it row. The race checrnld
' t&k plae t.tween the Navy and
Ji.r.w- four oared boats waa caJled
e 11 ,v lst minute.
XOSEY PRIZES FOR DODOZRS.
UrmiLii.,, Bnarlmll Fu tn Ilole t
I'miii 10 It r ward nahlvn'a Men.
',- n ans hRVo become so enthu
f 'tr the work of the Dodgers that
: t "a been started to raise a
' ' r p'tiar subscription to reward
'h' p ivt.r at ine end of the season, no
wter whre th te.vn happens to flnleh.
T l'ji (r hked to contribute gum
.' i" iw .jjan "5 cents nor more than
t ,r!,rn. ,n buyaK.BOO automobile
f'r' V r she-t Fifty percent, of the fund
i nr .. e;f the car will bo divided
'" nr t: the members of the team
.'. 1 rtie laiiiiiee will bn cut up In re
fe but bnttlnR average, the
pitch ...,c record, the greatet total of
i '.n hits. b,t?es on bal!n received, utolen
the nioit rum scored, the greatest
e" of Kdxrtfke liltB and sacrlllce files.
I in runs, throe base hits and two bag
(err 13very contributor will become n mem
- 'f the Brooklyn Fans League said
J on'-'vi newspaper will net as custodian
t fund Th rommltteo In Jrs
t ! d.strllmtloti of the money I com-e-
of Jusij.h j 'rinimei, chairman;
Kp.' A. treasurer, Harry F. Walt-,
'tti Harnittn and Ianlel A. McCwin.
' " t mnilttee on averages comprises Abe
Kcr I, F Wooster. William J. aranger
id Wll'lam A Uafter, Check ehould
' 11 r-vl.1 payable to the Brooklyn Fan
( I.'. 'nunan Brat Bt. Loot Rnnnera.
"r i.ni'18, May IT, W. J. Ktniiedy Of
' 1 Inols Athletic Club, Chtcnfo, thl
' ' wun the annual eleven mile race
'he Mlesouri A, C. The time wa 1
1 r 10 econds. Joe Erxlebtn, Mtstourl
' at. Loul, wu teeond, and Frank
.vhron. M. A. C third. Thr wrt
I ortjMtre et artera.
.V VsW .: than did th- New,m'ne brush and he made a neat
y;.k.r; V-h t-.e exception of one point 'ob of. ,. Jh,e, Ca?',s ?fT unaWe x
. . . . . vine at the half mile 'conflict with his slow drop curve and
. i..,i it trnklthe fte hits they cot were scattered so
Roots for Pirates
PHILADELPHIA. May it -I'ii-
.. !ble ,0 "P '-. the
J'tttfrburg bnebll team, of which
l'.p was secretary even after twom-
iriR president of the Philadelphia
club. Wjllinm II Locke is strupclirii:
(pr.-jtantly with an overwii-'lmiiii;
tit-sire to pull ntfr..r.st his own tcatn
Mhen it meets Mm oppOMnc Pitts
l'i.r orcui. -.t in. Ixn-ke for
twenty o-id year, was an ardent fan
m the Smoky C.ty
At a recent pame Ivke and Billy
Shcttshne wer. seated tocther.
2n the seventh mr.ir.fi Honus Wnener
came to bat and made a two ba.o
hit which scored a runner and put
Pittsburg in tho lead. "I guess that
bent.i you. Shott." remarked Ixcke,
M3eats who?" inquired Shettsline.
'Why, you PhtU:es. of course.
replied the president of the Quakers.
Shettsline sasred. "Why, I thought
you were for the Phillies now."
Then Locke came back to earth.
ADMV EINTiG WAT OU
niimi niiuj UALun
A SHUTOUT ARTIST
Fordham Pitcher Unhittablo
When Runs Mipht
MAROON LEADS RY 2 TO 0
Poor Fieldinp by Soldiers Helps
New Yorkers to Reat Cadet
Wiit Point, May IT. Fordham white
washed the Army team to-day. I to 0,
Walsh, the vlaitlnc pitcher, wielded the
widely that there was no char.c for a
Sadler came nearest to scorlnr for the
Cadets In the first Innlnc whin on of
Walsh's slow ones dropped on hln foot.
He stole second and wnt to third on a
passed ball He staed there tcause
nobody could hit Walsh. Menoher cot a
clean single to centre In the eight)) and
went to second on the throw In. He loo
wfcs tn because Mllburn nnd l.yman tiled
to the outfield and Sadler foulJtl to
Kor'dham stored on- blc run In the
,,.r.r, sharkev slr.cllnn to right and
i.ach Nine cr-d:ted with a tripl" whn
i.ach blnc cr"i:te(t with a t:
M!Knen mi?jUdced his nnc hit.
j .,. ...
chalJlf.d up ,n. oth,.r Wlth one d..wn
Walsh took third because Lyman failed
get under his hlh fly. McOovem
second and Walsh
Fordham played errorless ball beh.nd
Walsh. With first and second occupied
" " third Neyland. who pitched a o
Same struck nut the next th
J'nrdhRm batters, The rt,itor t.roui
a thousand rooters and a band of muslo
and whooped thlncs up throughout the
contest. The acore .
c.woll.Jb o o o t o s4tler..b s o o i I
Sh'key :b 3 112 1 e Neyland p 4 0 0 fl f.
I-ev-h If 401:00 Mitch'll.lf 4 0 : ? n
Klliffc rf. 4 0 0 0 0 PLee.ib 4 0 1 : 1
fj'raet 4 0 1 5 0 0 Lyraan.rt 400:00
I-evh If 0 1 : 0 0 Mitch'll.lf 4 0 : ? n 0
M E'l'n.ns 4 0 0 1 S OMer'lat.if 0 0 1 1 0
vivianoc 4 0 1 0 0 Patrh lb 0 0 0 i n s
n'aan.lb 1 0 0 10 0 0 DaVp't.lh 2 n fl 0 :
Walih.p, 4 13 0 10 Men h r. 3 n : 0 l 0
Mtlburn.c 3 0 0 10 5 0
Total. .14 1 ! i; 11 0
I Total ..(1 0 6 1711 I
Fordham . 10001000 0 1
Army .... oooooooo "o
Stolen ba Sadtlcr. Vtnano 8aertne htt
Mcoorern. Tore bye hits lcn. aim.
vivlino Struck out By Neyland. 11. by
ntiia. 7 rirn base on bail on :f yuni. 1
Paued ball Vinaao. Hit by pltcher-Sa1tler.
Sharkey. Left on bases Army, l: Fordham. .
Time 1 hour and SS minute t'mjilre Cil
I em and Marshall.
Ijawrenrerllle Noifi On Tome.
Port DrroiT, Md., May 17. In a drli
iltng rain and on a heavy track, which
made fast time Impossible, Lawrencevllle
won a dual tracx meet rrom Tome nere
thl afternoon by a score of $6 to 48. The
score was close all the way and the result
could not be determined until the last
event, the 320 yard dah. was finished.
Buckley and Jlurrlll atarrod for Tome, the
former taking first tn the quarter and the
low hurdles and third In the 280 ynrd
dash and the latter first In the 100 yards
dash and the broad Jump. Taylor did the
best running for Lawrencevllle, winning
the 880 and the mile eally Aloe, Tome's
tar sprinter, was out of tho met on ac
count of a dislocated knee.
Stake for Aator'a Seattle.
fpeciof Coble OesgotrA la fa a Scv.
MaNchibtk. England. May 17. W.
dorf Aster's Sroltle won the rted Rose
Stakes of 1.000 sovereigns here tn-diiy.
W. Agnew Murphy'a Erl King was second
nnd Sol Joel' St. Oall third, Eight horses
ran. Hlr Ernest Caasel'a I'lctorlal carried
off the Lytham two-year-old stakes of liOO
aoverelgns. E. Hulton's Siller was second,
nnd Charles Kohler'a Tippecanoe thlr.
Ten horses were In the race.
few League of Hlflrmen.
WaslllNOTON, May 17, The organiza
tion of a national rifle (hooting league was
completed to-day under the name of the
Short lUnge Rifle League of the United
Ptute. The new leaguo la composed of
thirty-eight rifle club extending over the
country from Maine to California.
Scholastic Baaeball Games.
tH Otalnlng llolbrook School. 3; Wehh
Academy, 0. ......
At McNulty Field Commerce High, s;
Ftuvveiant High. 7.
At Tluihlng Buihwlck High v.. Flush.
Ing High, postponed on account of wet
grounds wt p.rk Jamatoa High. 1
Eotm Dfttrlet Hlfb, I.
At Cernwall Nw Tork Mllttarr Aead
emy, U: Fatrn Blah. .
At Cornwall New Jork Military Aead
emy. IT: lTarnard School, 4. .
At Lnex oral O Witt Cllnten High, 1;
Morris High. . , .
At Oardtn City Pennsylvania Frhmn,
U: 8t. Pul' ichool, I.
At outnlng Mount Fltnt Aoadsmy, It
Commtrclal High. 1. ........
At Hacktnaack Ruthrford High. I;
Htcknack High. I.
At Hawthorn rild Eraamu r. Manual,
B0tpen4 on account of wt greund.
v if Folr riia-on pith rt. Foly Frp,
Botpon4 a account of wt greund,
At Tniitw trrrag, 14 1 Aikl a.
BOYS THAT STARTED COLUMBIA'S ROWING YEAR RIGHT
Col n 111 bin' Mirilti rlulit
re 1 Wllllnma, linn 1 tluprrcht, -
SHAFER BACK IN THE FOLD.
Decide tn Mlok to thr lilatit anil
Rrpnrl for Aftrrnnnn Practice.
Th:e r- a nun In our tonn who with n 1
his mlirht r.t main
Jumre.l rleht cut of th National l.earue
ant Jt-mtf-1 rleht In main
Betn r.lcht an,l mem he char.rei M
mlr.J. rer.'cir.c en what l.e dirt.
Cancellej I.I, tUVet ti :t.r io:,ler. Vt .
alnt he the reboun,llr,c Md
Arthur Shafcr of th Giant- had a
vhange of hear: : rd.iy anJ didn't I.mv.
th team In the lurch. He had lilj rail
road tiv-ket to I'.tllfom.a .ill housht .in,i
lUld for It and It wj. farl th.i' ,. hid
yielded to t!- imru! to r-i hotne .it.it -nJ
his rmml-l-.c bab.tll o-rer.
Yesterday mornins. Inmiver. Shn-'er
put In nn aprMranci- nt the office of tin
New York club and had .1 talk.n.t.i
Presldmt Hmptead and f!e-retar )'
tee H. told th. tn that be rr.tlli-ri
would l"1 writ s of h!ni to ,i..rt the Hil'
nd that h" nd hid d'cldM tn .-t ok
"All rleht,'' said Mr Hrtrp-tead. "if
you're ure you're ci nc to t.y th'. t.tne '
"I'll stick." rpi'nded the vunff pli.yer.
who turned nvr hl ra'.hvad tickft to the
Chafer reiKretl at the l'. Ground
esterday afternoon, put on hi uniform,
ran out on the field, crabbed a bit and
took Ms t.im m :n h!-.t. ; ractice The
oth- marts were all n.inln.c .i-ound.
and fr-rted the p odirul w ;h appl.iUJe.
They were clad to have him back.
Shafer Is under suspension for not re
porting on Friday, but It I expt-vteil that
the upen"lon will he l f.l by the Na
tional I'ommls'Ion by to-morrow
RACE WAR OF OUTLAWS
I.ival Track in Newark ? t
Some Aniatt'iir- nnil May
Get Class 15 Pro.
Newark ! Ilkejv to see a cy. le ra. Ire
war In the ntar future. Already a num
ber of the amateur w h hav been riding
nt the Vel idrome have Ix.lt. '1 the National
Cycllnp Association, the t m rnln- )dv
of the sport, and unlet t ie leadership of
Ja Fa'.cn the ;r ei-ional rtile-. have
fonned the Cycle IJ.u-fn.on and hive
annouiic.Kl tnat tin . w.l, forsahi tn
Velodrome t i ride at the Motordrome.
ocros the street from the old tracki and
which, according to tl.e announcement of
I, M. I'ppercu, th" onner, will be recon-
elrucfed Into a bicycle track.
The Motordrome has been In the dis
card since tht accident In ft motorcycle
race there last September, which caused
the death of eight persons, two of whom
were rider. The cltv council of Newark
has pasied an ordinance prohibiting- mo
torcycle racing; In the city Eaton, who is
leading the revolt of rider from the velo
drome, l to be the manager of tho Motor
i manager ci inn.uoioi-
nemtlatng for the ftr.
fesslomls for his track,
Katon Is also n"
1 I rt- o .tt cxrY-i ja n rn
nnd this hn caused further consternation
nmong the Velodrome people Ho 1 try-
Ing to get the Class n riders The Class A
men. Including Kramer. Clarke, l'ogler,
Cloullet and (trends, want to hold these
men at the Velodrome, The "little fel
lows," however, assert that the stars, are
gettln all the money and that they are
being frozen out,
Consequently the class n men have pre
pared an ultimatum which lll be' pre
fented to th" Velodrome man ixomont be
fore the race meet this afternoon setting
forth a demand for more r ices for their
class and for it draw Inn In the heats of
the bis races, so that they have a bet
ter chance to iuallfy for the finals. Now
they say the slats, nhn are tecelvltiK
guaranties from the track, are placed In
separate heats so that they win. them and
the little chaps never have a show
According to I'ppercu that track will
hold Its opening meet Pecoratlon Day
r::-:1 n , i; 1
r .. .. . .
tne .NaiiJimi iycnnc Assnciaimn nnu ine
riders who compete on It will le put under
the kan ky the N, c A, This condition
apparently doesn't annoy the rewilters.
NARROW ESCAPE AT POLO.
.Malcolm Slrvrnaun II II by tall
Came nt Mrnilntr Rrnnk.
Wkstrurt, L I.
May 17 In the final
neriod of a nolo match between the vs nites
Ich between the Whiles
and lleds at MeadAw Hrook to-day Mnloolm
Stevenson was nit on tne wrist ny n nan
which, had It flown a little higher, might
have proved disastrous. 1II hand was
numbed by the stroke and time was taken
out to allow him to recover.
The field wa-s heavy, nwlnc to recent
showers. This In no way dampened the
enthusiasm of those who had Journeyed
over to tho club for sport, as four periods
were followed up of the eight period
match. The original match wns In favor
of the ned. by 7 to B. The team were
White W. D. Duncan, T. Le
Iter (ubtltute). David Dow, M.
son and J. E. Cowdtn.
Heda N. L. Tllney, Bradley
(tubatltute), C. P. Ucadleston.
Ttumsey and Philip Stevenson.
Kent Heports tn Dnhlen .Inne t,
Pitcher Kent of tho llrooktyn will not
report until June 1, He In coaching it col
lego team at Northflnld, Minn,, and ba
received prmlslon tn remain nway until
hi engacement ha boon flllod.
f v f 6
tthlrh ilrfratrd thr and I'rlnreton rntti jealerrlny In II first
I lladarll, 3 llotturell. 4i rlaichora, Al Illrll. Ht llllerk, Tt t'nplnln
THRONG SEES CHANCE
BEATEN ON HIS DAYi
Governor. Mayor and 35.000 Others Do Honor to!
Him Keating Supreme Until Sixth. When
White Sox Knock Him Off Mound
I'hit.ce I)ay In Chicago had Its advere
Jde. for the New Yorks were iiiught and
dejeated b the Vhlt Sox Western
teams won three game out of four. The
Vnhinctotis prevented h clean sweep by
drubbing the Petroits. but th- Athletics
.ost tn Cleveland, and the Ho'tons fell
by the wajslde In St Louis The Nap
are the t'.rst team to win two games from
t'hl ago. . New York. 3.
r.eie.in.t 7, rhllaJelphla. S
M Ixiul. 4, Deiton, i.
n!nr.lon. 5. Detroit. :.
tletalled risk Staattlac.
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New York In Chtcajo.
I'hliadeiphla In Cleieland.
tioMon in ,t l.oul
Wajhlntton In IMrolt
Ciucmgo, Miy 17. Thlrty-fiie thousand
fans to-day crowded Comiskey Park to
pa honor to Frank Chance. The crowd
fell onlv a thousand short of the throng
which watched the Giants and the Ath
letics fight for a world's championship
game at the Polo Oroumls In New York In
the fill of 1JU All that kept tho crowd
of to-day from surpassing the one which
witnessed that memorable struggle was a
thunder shower which came as the fan
etarted for tite park and threatening
cloud which hovered In the ky until al
most time for the teams to take to the
Put the honor which were heaped upon
him by the Immense crowd were all that
rame the way of th Peerleis Leader on
tne nay et aside In his honor. The New
Yorks foil beforo the White Sox for the
r. , - , " -'. ......- e.i ...o
Jlrd time in three days and Hay Keating.
the sensation of the pitching stuff, was
the victim of to-day's onslaught. With
prfrct support back of him 11 might have
"" "'I lnr'tmT- na n?
wns easy Knitlng rltrhod n wonderful
game for live rounds. Only occasionally
did the Sox get n glimpse of the ball.
Hut the youngster weakened in the slith
nnd the Sox pounded him for four hits
which, aided by an error by Mldklff.
paved tho way for three runs. Thl so
upset the youngster that he wns Ineffective
In the seventh and another pair of solid
safeties counted two more and put the
Sox where they could call their lead
ihe game was the finale of a. .Ijv nf
celebration that was wonderful. And It
win, marred by but one mishap and this
hoi u a i-erious nature. Temporary seats i
hud been built in front of the box. I
These gave iiay, 11 tectlon at a time, until
four of them had fallen to the ground.
I'cspne me fact that more than a thou
mrn rutin upon
urn? Mimas, none wu
stands, none was Injured and but
"tie woman fainted. She recovered o
lukkly that her name never wo learned.
The munds fell no more than a foot and
the only Inconvenience suffered bv the
fans was n lar
Tho festivities began with a big auto- I
mobile parade. More than 300 machine
were In line, and Chance occupied n seat
In the first. Hehlnd him rodo President
Johnson nf the American League. Frank
l arrell, president of the New Torks
Proaldent i.oinlskey of the White Sox and
James Cnlluhan, manager of the Chicago
liov. Dunne and sonievof hi friend
occupied another machine, while Mayor
Harrison nnd his associates sat In an
other. The parade drove down Michigan
iiouievarn nnu to tne ball park
o'clock cabaret and vaudeville
talnera took possession of the diamond
nnd the stands, Hittlnt practice was
i abolUhert altogether and the athlete sat
about watching the antic of tho com
dlatis. A band of 100 piece gave a
mualcal concert. Chanc cam on' the
field at i :80 and received an ovation. He
waa compelled to '.r&llt from the entrant
to the field to the New Tork bench, cap In
hand, und constantly bowing hi acknowl
edgment to the fans.
Shortly before game time he wns culled
to the home plate and Mayor Hnrrlson
presented htm with a florul horaeahae
that towered eight feet In th air. liov.
Donne at the mo time p restated a floral
harp to Manager Callahn,
nqaMl, fMW.MMkjaA mm MBit
but Chance 1 1
i and Ke.it-1
to the mound b Callahan,
was true to hl oiU'lti.tl hol
Inc went io the slab The New York" !m
nttMlately ;ot away to a cod leal
).iniels beat out .1 slow Imund.'r to t!ie
pitcher and Walter hi! at Iterce- Trie
second h.ueman threw bidly in "-viic to
force Iantel at second and Ivth :n. n
were safe. Hartiell followed with a two
bae oljut Ir.M icr.tre and l.m.es e-ori-.!,
while U'olter went to th'rd. Cree rmn.d
and Chance c.une up. What had cone b
fore was as nothing to the cheerine which
e"Vl J.he ma!UC,r-, Wl '"f"it.il
to doff his cap seeral times and then he
hit to lx.rd. Wolter was nipped at the
plate, but H.utz.-ll moved to thtrd. -
Sweeney hit h fast one to Heter and was
afe for the reason that no one coioroi!
tirst. This gave Hartiell all the rime h
needed to cross the pan and me !s
were away to a two run lead.
That lead looked sufficient too. It was
one. two, three for the Sox tn the first and
second. Russell doubled In the third, but
cot no further than second. The oung
New Yorker retired the side In order In
the fourth and thoiuh the Sox got a pair
of slncles in the fifth they didn't threaten
In the sixth rtussell fanned ns a starter,
but Schaller singled to centre, larger
rolled to Chase and Schaller moved to sec
ond. Lord then singled and the Sox had
one run ncros. Fournier then hit n high
fly. which Mldklfl howled for and which 1
he was permitted to take He had to walk
to the pitcher's slab to get It, but the '
catch should have be:i easy. Mldklff I
dropped the ball, and since the Sox run
ners were in action all the time that the
I ball was In the nlr, leird was on third ami
i Fournier on second when it descended.
Collins followed with a vicious line drive i
to left and the Son. had a total of three. j
They made two more In the seventh and
1- .1... .!!.. t.
..'..', ,.. ,-if,i!,. I.H-k'iri lll.i. "Hi"
pitching for the visitors and h
passing Fournier for the only base on
balls Issued during the game
The New Yorks cot their last run In the
ninth. Cree singled with two gone and
Chase lilt a line drive Into centre Cr-v
hiked for third nnd Mattlck threw
to catch I'ree. the ball
rolling Into the
crowd, und Ulrdle scored while Hal hiked
to third. Put Sweeney lilt to Merger and
was out to Fournier, and Chance Pay was
n great success from every angle from th
standpoint of the Chlcagoan. The score
NEW YORK IK. L.)
. ah r h ft s. i
CHICAGO (A. LO
" it 1 h i 1
1 : 1
e'Shaller.lf 4 110
Wolter.er 4 0
ch7n!i lb 1 6
a r p
t s 1
1 0 (i
1 10 0
0 TVrer.:b i 0
0 I.ord.Sb 4 1
0 ro'rn'r.lb S :
OCotitne rf. 3 0
O'Mattlek.ef 4 0
0 Wearer, 4 1
1 Schalk.c. I 0
Che.lb. s 0
e ney.o 4 0
..iwT'.w . 1
Jf''Ji ! 5 1 ; I
KPit,nr ? 0 0 0 1 5
'Sterreit 1 0 0 0 0 0
1 e 1
Russell.p 4 1
Totals .33 19 i
Klepfer.p 0 0 0 0 0 cl
1 Totals 51 ini.
B,",d ' Keating In the etihth tnnmr
, xPW Vork 1 0 0 0 0 0 a 0 1-1
Chlcaro 0 0 0 0 0 3 ; 1 . -
' I-eft on bae-New York. 3: Chicago,
First baa on hnllt-Ofl Klerfcr. 1 Struck
out Pv Keating. 4: by Russell. To bae
hua-Hsrtrell. Rusaell. Uermk. Weiver S.i.',
rlflee hit Schalk, Collins Double Wars
Mldklff and Chase; Fournier and Weaier
Time-l hour and 4U tninutet t'miures -1
O'LoUfhltn and Fertuaon I
SCHOOLBOYS CUT TWO MARKS.
'',on ollexr Meet lleaalta In rw
j Record for llnrdlr and Vnnlt.
Sciixstcctapt, May 17. In the minimi
interscholaatlc meet at 1'nloti College to
day despite unfavorable weather condi
tion two records were broken. In the
i ISO yard low hurdles n record of 13 4-fi
"u" .7.?." 'nRW."y.1 ' ""nl"mr
i M' , T "m,M,,K
t SJ i h
, ' .,J'P"'X S M? Srn?01' ""'"
! b!t,.Tr b.5 ..nr. ,n.rh n.ls 1'revloua record
, or iu reel u mcneH in tne pole vnult.
Schenectady High School was the winner
of the day, scoring 3M3 points to OKdctis
burg Free Acndemy's Sll. Nichols School
wiiK third and New York Military Acad
emy fourth. The military iclay was taken
by Schenectady High School, which thus
won both the i.ialn trophies offered.
aTl Academy Shunter Rrnlen.
Ankafous, May 17, The District of
Columbia National ilunrd iltle team won
from the Naval Academy here to-day bv
i 1,463 points to 1,4. .. SliiHit ng was at
the 7011, liuu-unti i.ouii yard tiuuep. Sei
1 geant Schmidt of the District tin'ird wns
high gun, with 137 ilnts,
SIaachtiett Aorle Ranch lilt.
SCRCNECTAnr, N, V May 17, By hunch
ing their hit and aided hr Union mlsplay,
the Massachusetts Aggie -n to-day by
to 0. Sherman, the Aggie twlrler, kept
union well In hand.
HltrhonrL Lease Thnrnualilirrris,
l' It, llllrhcnck, it Bteuilld of thr.lorUr
Club, Iiuh lrused fioin the Oitecl: Slable
the racing qualllle of Sorrel, Knincls,
Van-Amoiican, Broom Madge, Flnik, lie
cMlen and Dakota (or thl yar.
euiitrM nf tin' senaon. Thr men
llmtnlnii, stroke, sml Wood, rot-
Umpires in White
Put Sun to Shame
rUUWCO. May IT -Tho bin I
crowii nt tin' I'haiii'o day i-ele-
lirntion nt Comikt'y I'ark this aftrr- '
noon forpot I' rank ("lianco. th Imll
ptmo ami cvorythinn tlo whon
I'mpiroe Silk 0'lx3uhlm mui Foi'dU
on IojhhI out nrHiti tho diamond.
"Cut!" shouted a kid from tho top
of tho stand, "there come. tho
Tho rays of a doolinins sun phono
on tho spotless white flannel uni
forms of the umpires dinted off
tlio Kold braid and then sought
oovor in the shade, outdone in point
of brilliancy. It was the tirst peop
j American League fans have had of
' ti,o gala dnv top ordenvl for the
.... , , . , . , ,
, aximrators ny iTe-iuenr .lonnson.
GAME TO WILLIAMS
Krrors in the Fifth Inning Cost
tho Junior From Oanio,
a Hip Evont.
Hanover. N. H.. May 17. A series of
ertxirs In the fifth inning oost the Frt
jnouth baseball team Its Junior prom
ranie on Alumni Uval this afternoon, and
Wiillain wen the annual by a score of 3
to Hallelt. In the box for the home team,
pitched Kilt elted ball throughout, but
hi team nt critical moments fulled to
back htm up
Dartmouth had two opportunities to
clinch the contest In the third when the
hasee wore full. Sullivan cime to bat. but
'" '"mneiHI l-llll
.i... tu a .i.i. .I.....
ll., waa n ., ..
mm wns on thtnl In tho
seventh with one out. when the score tood
3 to but the next two batsmen were
fanned by Hodge.
The critical play of the game was when
(tilietf. ull. 1tt.fr liomn li,,.lf,4 !, t.?ll .mi
1 0f W.innnirtker' ti.in.l Itefore It eool.l l.e
vow red Hodge also had scored. The
ah r h p
ah r h p
St atler.cf 4 0 0 3
0 Boland.Sb 3 0 "0 0
ITH.O 3 0
Swain Jb 4 0
0 Sul'Tan rf 3
0 liudon.lf 11
0 Wan'ker.c 4
0 lien'ett.lb 4
Pri'illa.lb 4 0
nronn.at x 1
Klmb ll.Jb 3
0 Hallelt. p 7
1IO.UO.P.. 3 1
Total.. W s nil "01 Totals .JT "s S 57 Ii 4
William.. . .... 00003000 03
Dartmouth 0 0 l 0 0 0 1 0 0-:
Two base hit Kimball. Sacrifice hit twls.
Sfrifire fly--SuUnan Stolen baaos seiberl.
Drown, llodtr. Twitehrll. London lmuMe
plaTs-Wanamsker and la.iwe; llmige. ltrowti
end Pniutle First baas on balls-on llallrtt.
1. oft llodje. 4 Struck out Ity Hallelt. 5, by
llOit.e, I'niiireKrl'e Time--I hour and
SLIPPERY FOR LACROSSE.
Hut Ormocntu Keep nn Winning;
Ural Ncit York I,. C. H to 4.
On n field that was slippery ns ice, in
n driving rainstorm that stopio'd ns the
giinio progressed, the laciosse plaers of
the Crescent Athletic Club continued tholr
winiilnt; yesterday iiflenioon by defeat
ing the New York Lacrosse Club by s
iroala to 4. The tirst period of play ended
.'i '.' In fnvor of the winning aggregation.
The visitors were strengthened by little
Jlmmle Hrltton, manager, nnd A. .1. Mac
kennlo. captain of the champion seven of
the Hockey Club of New York. Vlie
hockey I'xperls proved clecr with the
lacrosse stick nnd did much toward Keep
ing down the Crescent's score. The score:
liilld il. fc.ic"
i eniie ,
be ciniil Hltncl.
.Uut Inline ,
New York I..C
I Wall. ,
ii nnu rue.
in iiuiuo ,
Seme -Crescent A. I'.. New lurk I,. C 4.
liiuls l'plot, 7; llatlork. S, li'ltourse, 7; Hobby
and V, KenneiU for I'irseeni A, I'., and llrllton,
lln v mv'Ht- MclnlMC and I'aniiilirll for .Ni'u Ymk
1,. i'. Mitaliiiilrs I'ttini lull fur Keep. Heferee
1 Mum's, I'n'scent A, I , Miner Allien Sihticli,
I'naisjii .V. i,, lime of halies 75 niliiutrs.
COLLEGE BASEBALL RESULTS.
At West 1'olnt 1'ordliam. ii Army, o,
Al liliuca -t'rliii'Ftiui, Its Cornell, 4.
At llnnover, N, 11. WlllUms, 3; Dart
At Woreeater Yale. 4: Holy Crosa, 1,
At Woreeater Norwich Unlvartlty. 1'
Worcester Tech. 1.
At Philadelphia Harvard vs. Penn poat
one(t: wet imiimla.
At Ilohoken Kwarthmore, 7: Stevens, S,
At Aiiiivllle, Ph. Lebanon. : Albright, S.
At lif tblelietn Lnfa)etle. ; Lehigh, 3.
At I'llll.lrtelpblil- l'e-lll State, 3, Car
Al rleheneetiiih "-Amherst, : I'nlon, 0
At Proi lilenee -Triidly 5; Ithode Isl.nnl, 4,
At New York Cnlumhl. Mi New Vork
L'lllvsralty, ... ...
At Iliirllnglon Vermont. Si Syracuse, 0.
At Amherst Brown, li; Amhrt, I.
(Tn lining.) .
ONE RUN APIECE:
Tirates Load Until lnfli.
Then Scow Is Tied by
FIXE WORK BY R0XTBX
Ttsronu and Adams. Ciui
dall and Hendrix All tn
POLP WEATHER. HOT OAJIE
Flotohor Present n Sooro lTn
, Error, but Makes One
With n Hit.
Not much progress was made In Ihe
National League yesterday In carrytpg
out tho schedule. The illants p1aed a
twelve Inning tie wtth the Pirates, and
the games In Brooklyn and Fhltadelitfala
were rni.tponed by rain and cold Hie
liostons were the only ones to profit, Thty
beat the Hds.
Ntt Vork, 1 l'lttsbiirf. 1 iTi'elie tn
Hcten. . Ctnclnnatl. t
lirooklyn.st Louie, net grounria
rhlla.lflphla-Chlrago. et irounrta
Detalleil Club tantllnai.
l7't4,till4 17 TOl.llW
I No rme scheduled for today
The Giants nnd Pirates made the spec
tators nt th Polo Grounds sit out the cold,
raw afternoon for two hours and n half
while the teams played a I to t tie of
twehe Innings. It was a dismal day,
but a tiptop game, worth the exposute to
the chilly winds If one was surrounded
by warm clothing. The Giants tied the
score In the ninth Inning, nnd three futile,
rounds followed before I'mplre lI'Dsv
called the game. Ordinarily play could
have been continued for another hour, but
a pull of thick gray clouds made a poor
It was rough on Jeff Tcsreau that after
pitching a game of superfine quality, the
best he has pitched this ear, an error
bv Fletcher kept him from winning.
Fletcher, by the way. redeemed himself
with his hitting nnd made the run which
Interposed between New York and defeat.
Likewise It was rough on Habe Adam
not to be able to win after pitching a
game of ultra tine quality Hath pitcher
were In deadly form nnd nt their best with
men on bases, but there was no slip In tha
Pittsburg defence to account for New
York's run Adams alone was responsible
for II, his effectiveness retrograding Just
a shade In the ninth, whereas Tosreau was
onl partly responsible for tho Pittsburg;
run He gave n base on bulls, wlikli
elaborated Itself Into a tally, aided by
The exigencies of the combat brought
a i.'tmber of reserves Into service ami
consequently relief pitchers. The work
of Crandall for New York and Ilendrlx
for Pltteburg wa Just ns good as that
of their predecessors. Crandall pitched
the last four Inning and Hendrix the
last three. Hoth had men on bases to
put them on their mettle nnd make greater
the need of skill and nerve and Crandall
for the first time this year looked good
In the box, The overtime Innings, with
men on and the Increased likelihood of a
run. all had the partlsuus nnd players In
The giounds, were In-first rate condition
nnd that being the case Mciiraw decided
to give those who came up hoping to
see a game a run run If possible for
their trouble. He didn't consider the cold
sufficient reason for postponing, although
as slim a Saturday crowd as there's apt
to bn all season turned out.
in the course of human events a man
on each side was caught napping at first
In the Introductory liming. Carey for Iho
Pirates, Devore for the Giants. The way
Adams and Tesroau were going the ex
tinguishments referred to served only to
shorten the inning. The first hint al a
rim was Iu the third Inning, which Simon
ushered In with n triple to right. Tea
i can, however, didn't see any particular
reason why Pittsburg should score. Ha
struck out Ailani; Mcnsor lilt feebly In
front of the plate and was heaved out
by Meyers: Doyle threw out Carey,
The Ulnnta were pretty helpless for Ilia
first six Innings. Fletcher riled In the
fourth after tripling with two out. That
wns the first hit off Adams. Mm my
walked nnd stole In the fifth, but Merkln
filed to Wilson: Hcrzog, who passed up
three chances to bat men home, grounded
to Arinms. nnd Meyers, also weak before ,
the Pittsburg pitching, sent n fly on high.
Wagner stationed himself under It, held
out his hands nnd the ball disappeared
tn tho bottomlu pit,
Vlox had been blurred out at ftrt and
Wagner had fanned In Ihe fourth when
Miller won a guessing match nnd walked.
He stolo second, Meyer being guilty of
a low throw. Wilson pushed a tfpld
grounder to Fletcher, who pounced eagerly
on Iho ball, fumbled It and slapped It
nrnund a while. Miller took smart ad
vantage of the prolonged error and kept
going. Although Mcyern didn't hole
Kletcher'H throw the ball arrived too late
to head off Miller,
Tb seventh was pregnant with porters;
fr Wew York as Fletcher opened with
a'slngle.-' He went to second on a psaftd
ball, Doyle flying' to Cnrey. Murray
drew four ball, hut both Merkle and Her
sog grounded to llyrne, who wns a itendy
as a church on tho two chance. Hoth
!de were cantankerous In the eighth.
Adam led off with n single. Mensor
struck out and Carey forced Adams. Carey
stole secend. romped to third on Mocrs a
Jaundiced throw and mado o bold as to
try to score when Devore stumbled Um
b-.ll. A relay, Devore to Merkle, beat