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THE SUN, THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1914.
Red Sox Held Runless in First Tilt With New Yorks Dodgers Bow Before Alexander's Pitching
WALSH WINS GAME;
HARTZELL SAVES IT
Home Utin hy the One anil Fine
Throw by tlio Other
IIKI) SOX WHITEWASHED
l'islii'r mid Leonard in a Duel
and New Yorks Victors
by 1 to 0.
The New Yorks, keeping up their hard
Playing, shut out the Bed Sox yesterday
Hnil hopper! up to second place, light be-
hind tho Detroit)!, who bent th White
Sox again. The latter receded to fourth
place. Tho Wushlngtons won from the
Athletics, mill, as did the New Yorks,
passed the Chicago teum. The Hi ow ns
beat the Cleveland and nre tied with
th Athletics for fifth place.
New Tork. li Boston, 0.
Washington. 6: lMillailelnhU
Detroit. I j Chicago. 0 televch Innings).
81. Louis, ; Cleveland. I.
Detailed "landing nf the rinb.
. s s
W Tork 1
St. Loulg 4 7..
Philadelphia.. "j "J
"otc " "o 3
Clrreland o .
Games Lost... j
8 I 5 d s ; I
S 3 1 i s S I
y a C u t;
s ... 3i o T "ore
- ' 1 3i ' L" iJl i,s
2 ..J.. I j I ft 7m
1 ! - 1 I T n fsoo
.. i s .. ; & mxi
'l I 4 no
so.. I 3 tT'!5so
' IP S' ' fl'Tj 1
Boston In New York.
cS,iIiL'!5,ion n I'h"delphla.
cnlcaao in Drtrolt.
Clevelsnd In St. Louis.
The thoughtftilmss of .riuiies Walsh
Jimmy, when ho makes a home run In
doing the very thing which Justifies the
Jimmy kept yesterday's gutm. between
...e l0ri;3 ami Hcd Sox from being
tlo and won It for the New Yorks. 1
Walsh's lionte run was the only run. The i
-e was i io 0. The lied Sox appeared
before, the home public for the first time
this year Last year they had such a
'ontlnuous snap with the New Yorks that
Hie contrast between yesterday's batting
and this particular Inter.-iiy series a
sear ago was nil the grentir.
A canto such as yesterday's would have
b en more mjoyable v,-lth better weather.
ii mm n lot or mechanical excellence I
and precision, but the day was so cold i
and raw that Acting Manager I'eckln-1
lMildt put on Cole In the outfield. Cole!
wanned up out there, but being King
ami nn anthracite, didn't illfrnn
heat IVher pitched so well that Cole
wasn't needed In tho game.
With dunce ill and absent, the New
Yorks nevertheless gavo a good account
of thcmt-clvcs. Their ilelding was capl
tal. The most capital feat of the capl
talness was done by Hoy Itartzell. who
made a throw fiom tight in tho eighth
Inning which nrevf.nl. ,1 ... ..i.i
the throw wasn't as meritorious as the i
exceptional Judgment shown by Hurt. -11
in piaing a unash off the right Held
wall and so being In a position to make
the aCCUratrt and SMVlnf- lhm III. I. ..i.
......... ..in JMWK-
ment and throw picked off Hooper trying I
to atretch a single Into a double and pre
ceded a single, by Ungle, which would
have sent Hooper home. i
Truesdale, the new second baseman,
handled his fielding chances expertly and 1
wa a weak batter. He only grazed tho ',
ball In ttwlnr-l.,. .t I
" " it ,uiu unce unin t no
.that. The fielding was neat all around
the only error being u low throw by Scott,
who otherwise showed a finished ipialltv of
workmanship. Speaker took a hit away !
from Williams with a lino miming catch. I
and the Speaker-Hooper, two-thirds of!
the $100,000 outfield, pinched HIch anil
printed in the pathway of ground, balls '
in keeping with their llnanrinl rating. 1
Both Fisher and Dutch Leonard pitched i
nltchlnr of lilt-),
bases both wero steady and effective and
had the support of their fielders and a
dark day. Speed was the main depend
ence In the poor light. Klsher's best work
wai In tho seventh and eighth Innings.
In each of which the Heilsoxams collected
two hits. Manager Dutch Carrlgan took
himself and Dutch Leonard out In the 1
seventh to confront Kibher with left
handed batters, but (hat didn't dlstuib;
Itay, the resolute, and In the eighth he1
had the timely uhslstance of Kurtzi-ll h 1
strong arm and applied principles of gtom-1
The duel-between Southpaw Dutch and'
Northpaw I-'ish went' on without hostile
earnings until the fourth Inning, In which, 1
In tho fcecond half, Walsh whs the llrst '
batter. A swing, a iiack and tho game
was won W.ilsh'n drlv hurtled Into the
left field bleachers. In tin- Hainn Inning '
lloldcn and rcrlilnpHiigh hit the ball
fpitefully. but Hied nut There was a
two bagger y .hniviin In Hoston's half,
but Janwln was run down on the llnu
when Yerlses grounded to .Mnlsel. The Kid I
did the running and went yards to Jan- I
' riu's feet When .Maine) Is after you, I
It's r. i'iim- of "Don't shoot, I'll conie I
i.m ti " i
Haul ln:s In' i;nRi,. utiil ,v nnt'
kll'ed III the sIMIi Walsh Inol; Ihigle'ii i
Mt tbiti t .mil b'lhii.e Htnppnl ,i wlcknl
tier ftfi.i Lewis. With one out III ih-i
"I'll Verkis I S.-ott Imth slni-l,,
Tryfulale sllin( after making a tliv Mn;i
in Y- i m- i i- wni:l( h.ve topped It'
0,. Uiili r re'. ilng t,iriiw In tlrsl. Hem Ik- i
' niul C'liiluc. p. ncli hit into r,i'j oiita
Vt fl Ht !
Tn' i chlh Innliig furnlshrd a few
E.vl'S for tl.e nciir-ry Homier led ul'f v.llh '
i roi'Mng M'ltisii to light. lAu ,i iiuuni'lit
" 'i uk. 'I a. If It would -cilc , ic wall,
'1 1 ,o In the Mall I llartuell was lau
I' n ciiiic, ri fcl ma i mi : 1 1 . seen". e
si ling .iioiiinl on lils li"f. cilculallng Uk ;
title of rrlli'i'tion iX'iill, llrlded ,.. !
liu"d clumly mid ent the hall t, Vc-i
I'lpaugh before I lonper, who hh legging
H for thai' life, ichcIiciI tho has... ,u
J'nglo fotged a one h.isti bolt m ,. r t . i
,Mpaker gioninl'd sharplv.to Tiues.l.ilii
nnrt forced Kngle. Speaker stole seconil.
'1'hf.rr. wprii twn i.trttu nn I Iu .. I '
1'lhher and Sweeney held a secret con
ofeiicf. "Sttlke him out." whlsiieied
raeuey. "How 7" asked Fisher. "S.k-h,
pltcli It so's he'll swing at It without
hitting It." "Is that all'" replied Fisher,
"very simple." Which Fisher ptoceeded
HASWIAI I, TO-IUY. 3:30 P. M ,v v
Anierleans vs. lln.iou. polo llromiclt. Ailm,
;iitelmll. h'llllr;iM FIKI.D. Tu-iUy. 31311
Brooklyn v. I'hlladolphla.-Jilv.
Hanky Victim of
JIM HANi.KY, thu former Mun
J liaMan Colleno cuptuin untl
t wirier, norms to bo tlio victim of mis
laken iiletitity. .liin sinned with
lersey City or I lie Inteiwitional
Ijmikiip, but Scnotitry John If. Fnr
roll of tlio NVitiotiulCointnli-sion luw
linntlctl down n nilltiK that Hnnlpy
lx thp property of tho Memphis Club.
Hun ley now claims Mint the Memphis
elub litis con fused him with .J V.
Hnnlny f)f this city. President
Thomas I'oRiirty t)f Jersey City
located this llanlpy and al.o tho cor
rcs)ondeiu'o that passed between
him and Memphis. FoRiirty says ho
will appeal to tho National Commis
sion lor a proper adjustment of tho
to prove by making Lewis fan on a low
ball. The score:
BOSTON (A. I,.)
abr hp a
F.nglc.lb. 3 0 I 5 o
Spc'k'r.c! 1 0 0 2 0
l.e wis If., ioooo
NEW YORK (A. L.I
nn r n p
(i Ma.lsel.3b t
0 HitrKil.rf I
0 Will'ms.lb I
1 IVcIil'h.ss 3
Ja'vrlll.Jb 4 0 5 2 .1
Yrrkrs.rb 3 0 14 1
Scott. ss, 3 0 1 :, 2
Cnr'gnn.c 5 0 13 1
Hciirlk'n l n o o 0 0
Thnmas.e. 0 0 o 1 o 0
tGardner. 1 o 0 0 0 0
23 i 72:11 o
Uedirnt.p 0 0 0 0 0 0
Total. :o o 71:3 s l
tutted lor Carrlgau In the seventh Inninr.
tllattrtl lor Lccmnnl In the Kerrnth Innlnc.
tllnlilrn out: hit by batted ball
Ikntnn 00000000 0-0
New York 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 .. 1
Klrrt be on error New York llt on
navi-minion, .ew iorK. rirsi u.ire on
balli-Oll lonnnl. 3: nrf Klher. Struck
nut Dy lon.inl, fj by Iledirnl. 1: by Fllier. 3. ,
jiuuir run uHi.ii. , u uifc iiii m.ih i n
U . . . . .1 I..,. V 1 . .. . u n ki.il.ii
Kngle. Si.iker, Janvrm. Pruible pl.iy Scott,
Yerke mid Knsle. I'aktil ball--Swe.icy litis
Off eon.inl, S In lx Innlnci; oil Pedum, 1 tn
to IiiiiIiki Itnttore In rhle f Dltiren. Field
umpire Connolly. Time 1 hour and minutes.
BOTH PITCHERS KNOCKED OUT.
Ajres I'rotea f.nnd Itrltef Man and
Seimtors llent Atlilrllcs.
rillLADKLI'IIIA, April Z9. WuihltiKton
beat the Athletics to-day. C to 4. Both
Ilouek and Kngel were driven out of the
box. Mack's young southpaws. Dressier
and lloardtnan. did not prove successful,
hut Ayres checked the Mack sluggers.
The score :
WASHINGTON (A. L.) 1MIILA. (A. L.)
an r li i a el ab r n, p a e
Moeller.rf I 0
J'otrr.3b. 4 3
Milan. cf . 4 0
(iaiulll.lb 3 0
llen.-y.e. 4 0
Slianks.lf. 4 0
Morx'n.:b 4 0
M'll tilr.n 3 0
o o.Miimnr.rl i l : o o n
4 iLaly.lf ... 4 13 6 0
0 OColhtis.lb. 3 10 4 1
II 3 0 ll.ikrr.Sb.. 1113 1
: 0M intus.it 3 o : t, i
3 0 O Sirunk.el 3 0 1 : o
1 Harry. m. 4 0 111
0 tt.Oi.in . A A - 1
0 0 : o!llreltr.n. 10 0:5
3 1110 0,ltiiU(k.p.. 1 0 0 0 0
'i..iip.e.. 1 0 0 3 0
Totals. .Si 6 11 CT 15 lllloanl'an.p 0 0 0 0 :
'Oldrinc.. 1 0 0 0 0
i Totals i: i 9 li :
'Hatted for Ilo.inlmati in the ninth iiinln;
Philadelphia. . 100003"! 0-4
To haw bits Murphy, (landil. Milan. Mor
can SairlMiT hits Colllnr, G.inihl, Shanks.
Mcllnde. Henry Stolen bases Collins. Harry,
3. Pint base on errors AVashuulon. 3: Phila
delphia, 1 Left on Imkcs Ptulaili'lphla. :
Wastiliurtoii. 0. struck out -Hv lloui-k. :: by
Entel. by Ilrrsdcr, 1. Double nlajs Collins
snd Mi linns; Harry. Collins ami Mclnms
Triple play Gondii. Foster and Mcllrlde Hitt
Oft Houck, .', In five initials; nit liresslrr, 4
In two and two third lutunxs: off Kneel. 7 in
live Intilnirs: off A)cr. : In four Innincs: off
lloardman, : In one and nne tlxnt Innincs. First
base on lullsOil Ilouek. 3: off Kn.-rl, 3; off
llrtnler, .1. I'ntplres- Kian and Evaiu. Ttmo
l' hours and 10 minutes.
BOTH RUNLESS TILL ELEVENTH
Then Tillers Ileal White Sox, flu.
Hae's I'ly Scorlnw Only Tally.
IiFrrr.mr. Atirll I'rowl.innr i..
Johnson saw the White Sox defeated by j
in.' i igcrs, i to a, to.n.-iy in an eleven
Inning struggle, one of the tie roes t pitch
ers' battles ever staged here. The Sox
got ll. hits and the Tigers a like num
br, all will scattered and none good
for more than one bag. Both the French
IllngiTs Duliuc and Clcotte ero good
In pinches. In the llrst Inning with two
tliwti Dubuc ftllfil the lugs by walking
three men hut succeeded In crawling
out by retiring Bodle on strikes. In (Ik
eleventh with Hush down. Morlarty was
pasixtl. Manage bunted and Schallt's
throw to Weavir was high, the ball roll
ing to centre Held and Morlarty going to
third. This brought up Duliuc. whose
sacrlilce My to right Held allowed Morl
arty to go homo with the winning tun.
The coie ;
CHICAGO (A I. I DKTKOIT
lib r h p a el ;ih r h p a e
Ilem'ltt.lf 1 0 1 3 0 0 Hush I li 0 3 S 0
Iird.Sb. . o 1 1 1 o,.,v'.-h.:b. 4 0 1 3 .1 0
t'nllnis.rr 3 ii fl : 0 OCr.twI'd.rf 4 0 110 0
Weav'r.si 1 I I 1 S I Vea. li.lf.. 3 fl H 5 11 (i j
.1 ' I m " VI Itlll II-, II . II I 1, 1 I
Hla'b'e.'.b 0 0 5 f, O.Morl'ty.Jb ) I I 1 I 1
Sclialk.e.. 3 0 0 3 1 OiManae.c. 4 0 n 4 1 o
Ciiotle.p. I 0 1 0 1 llubuc.p., 3 0 0 0 7 0
Totals .33 0 .'.31 30 V Totals n 5J3 I
One out when, I mil its lun a si'ored
Cbiescn n ft 0 0 i) n fl o fl n (i o
Delrint flu on n oonOOI-1
Struck out llr Dubue. by Ctcotte. 1 Firnt
bae on It.ilU Olf Iiubui. 7: olf (Vottr. ...
Doubl" plajs Miirlnrty. Ksvnnairli and Hums t
lllaekburti''. Weuwr nn I Ciih.'.; liusii and
Hums First base nn etrnrs Dtirml. 1: Chi.
aBo. I f.cfl on lia.ps -lletrolt. 4, I'liliMjo. Pi,
I'tiipire in chief-O'Louchlin Field umpire -lllldebrstiil.
Time 1 hour and Si minutes
ER0WNS KNOCK MITCHELL OUT.
Finish .lob In One liinlnur With
lloillile I(T ( ollniiiiiri.,
St Liu-is, April 20, The St. Louis
Anierlc.illK defeated t'li'velaml tn.il.tv, ti
lo :i, by l.nockllig Willie Mlti-lnll out or
tlio box at the beginning of the third In
ning and cinching tho game with
Walkn's two base lilt when t'ollainnrc
went to tho mound Tin score!
l'l,i:Vi:i.NU l. L 1 ST i.ol'IS I A L.t
nb f h p a e ,th r li p n e
l.ieb'M.i f I o n I ft o Sliiiii'nef 4 3 3 ;i n n
Turiur.ih 6 l 3 t .' 1 itisiinrb. . i s : e
,ri on. ti. It 1 10 o i'il'rail.;b . 3 1 3 ; 1 n
,i;iil.'ll.r( 4 ft I 10 (I'WiH'ins.i f :i 1 ; u ft
I..ilnc:h II 0 I " oCW'k'r.lf I ft 2 n ti
iir.mey It i t o I fl int..-in tit 3 n it i n ii
risiii.si. :i ft fl I i' fl v.ues ss i o i r, ; i
t'n l"i It.e 3 ft I 11 3 OTluMiiic 3 II fl '.' I 0
Miifhll.P fl fl ii 'I i I'l.Iiimis.p ,1 fl fl o 0 C
I'oi'm'e n o o i t 1 .. . .
uiiieit t o a 0 o ol Totals. 3: oi::7i: 1
TnlnU 3! 3 7 '.I 13 '.'1
ll.ittid lot Cnllamoie In the iimili iiiuhk
I'lrvrlaiiil., . n ii n ii o " n fl i
st Louis. 1 ft o II ii n ,.-.,
Tu base hlls C Wnlkrr .l.tilonu. Warts,
slioltoii lliiiilil,- nltys-fatin-li ami l.tjiup.
J.iine. Wairs .iii.l lo-.try Passed liall-CVinii.
.mien ba- sliuliiin. Plan. l,'ii.,iii Wto'es
Turiifr lilt bv I'il;',lii';l bill Uv Colliitiu.ie
I Js-.tr llld int' ll -I otl'lllinre l'llst li.isn nit
lulls -till James, (I: oft Mltilull. I! oh" Coll i,
inure. ' Ml'lll'l. n il Hy J.iinrs, J; tn Mltrhi ll
1 by Ciillamure, Ptlfliliu: teeonl -Ofj
Mlli hell. I hits. 3 ru is la tun nniiiun motto
out In llntili. olf Ciilli.miiie s bus, 3 runs in
l Intiliijs .t on htttis t Louis, i; Clsve
l.ittil, Time-' hours ud j nimulr. nt
plies Chill ami Slici'lilaii.
Soul hern Leagtie.
Allutt.i. r. . .Memphis, I
MiiiitKnmrry, New Orleans,
It 1 1 tit I ii k lit in. S; Mul.lli', : ituehe in
Nusl'N lllt'.Ch.itiHiinnEii, ruin.
Teti 1. ramie,
Houston, i, Austin, u Itlrsl gaiitri lluua
Inn, 3. Austin. I isoiiiinl kiiiiihi
lleiiuiimnt. ;i ll.tllus. I t llrst stitiie). fial.
his. IP.itnuoiii. 1 iseriuiil k.iiii..
I'nrt Worth i, Sin Antiinin, o (timt
I unci. Fort Worth, 3, Hut Anloitlo, I rc
Warn, 3, li.lll snn, 4,
Sew I'niliiiid l.eafiie.
Lynn. 3, i'ltchburK. I.
All othtr fcjincs poitpsntd, ralu, j ,
DAY IS NOT WASTED
Robinson Springs Elbcrfcltl on
(jKiispectiiig Fans and Ta
basco Kid Shines.
HITS AND FIELDS SHAhTLY
Hut Alexander and Phillies Arc
Too Formidable and Win
by fl to 2 Score.
What near future chance the Giants
liavo of overhauling the PlttsburR team
are belnir Interfered with by bad weather:
also by the fiiculty the IMrates have of
wlnnltiK Karnes. The latter have been for
tunato In ItavltiK few postiwnements while
meeting weak clubx, but are playing a
strong gaino themsclveK. Yesterday they
wh.tckeil the Cubii again, while rain kept
the CilantM Idlo In Boaton. The Hrooli
lyna retreated to third place by losing to
the l'h lilies and the Iteds won from the
Cardinals and ndvanced.
I'lillnrti-lphla. : Ilrooklyn, :.
I'lttKburic. 71 Chlcneo. 0
Cincinnati, t. St. I.oula. 3.
Donon-Ncw York, rain,
Detailed Stanillnr of the Club..
MfJf Tork ln Boston.
I'hlladelplila In Ilrooklyn.
SI. Louis In Cblcaso.
Cincinnati In I'lttsuuric.
Tho I'hlllles stopjwd Brooklyn by a
soro of 6 to 2 at Kbbets Field yesterday
nftcrnooii In the llrst battle of tho season
between these clubs. Alexander the tlreat
was too much for the combined reiay of
Fat llagan, Frank Allen and 11 Iteulbach
Itagan gave Dooln's star a two run lead
In the second Inning.
The day wns not misspent by Wllbert
Robinson's act tippy youngsters, even If
the result was ii trillc disappointing.
Kobble discovered a tine young recruit for
Inlhl.l duty. This Is none other titan
Tabasco Kid F.lbcrfeld. who played the
short Held In tho absence of Kgau. Dick
had to knock off to have some carpenter
work done on an ulcerated tooth. His
absencH was not felt at all. for the flcty
young colt who u-iut stepping out of tho
big show about the time most of yes
terday's tollers were breaking In prore.i
about half of Brooklyn's offence and d.
i:ibcrfcld played a sensational game
around his time honored stamping ground
Una remarkable stop and throw that took
a lilt off Mage., was. the fielding featuro
of the day. The former New York Amerl.
can idol scored one of Brooklyn's runs
and on every nppearanco after Ills tlrst.
when he funned, smote Alexander's offer
ings fairly on tho trademark.
If a few more of his associates had
shown the lire of the redoubtable kl.l
there might have been a different story.
IlrooklMi had plenty of opixirtunltles, but
failed to Improve them. The conquered
found (he Illustrious Alexander for ten
hits. rwleo they had him pUlnlv on
the run with alleged fence breakers at
bat But Imth times he, tightened and
worked out of the pinches like the skilled
master which he Is.
On the other hand Don Carlos Itagan
was punish. d where and when It hurt
moat. A bad turn to wlldliess eompll
catet) 1, CI,,0. ,l0 .a , l0 ,
often tti-.t he had to serve an unusual
number of groove balls, ami for these the
heavy artillery of Dooin laid back with
toe holds. t;e., hitting In the second and
fourth earn.tl all the thteo runs off at
tlcK. He too started the trouble In the
st-Aentli with his sixth pass. Fischer
rescued him on two occasions. The Hist
time was In the Inaugural round, when
I ashert was smothered stealing for the
second out. Two bases on balls followed
T.mm,'"0!'" ",,IKs 11,1(1 !l Perfect hunt bv
Kllllfer Jammed the bases with only one
out In the sixth. This time Itagan started
a double piny hy way of the plate, But
It took a wonderful relay bv the back
stop to complete the double killing.
An unusual doubl,. ,lay saed rteiij.
., I !', J"'"1' of '""hie In the seventh.
He fell heir to a hopeless cause. Allen
w.n tent In ptirposel) to get Becker, a
hft handed hitter, iift.-i- Itagan m(
walke.l I'askett, tho first man. The
southpaw threw four straight balls lo
B. als. mis precipitated big Iteulbach
Into the Tray before he It.t.l ,i
opportunity lo warm up prnperlv. He too
was wlltl nt Hrst and loaded tho cushions
with a gratuity to ll.um t.obert. Sher
wood Magce popped weakly to Llbcrfehl,
but CniMith's waini sklt past the box
got through th drawn in Intl. hi. A brace
of runs funned the toll of this.
The double pl.ij rattle a few seconds
Intel, t'r.nath had taken second on the
throw In and Uiheu thiol. When Lu
dents lilt sharply to thu box Hans was
trapped between third and the plate.
While he wau being i tin down t'ravath
took third. Luilertis natttrallv headed for
seconil, hut Smith's throw to Dauhort
trapped him when u turned hack, da
Mith finally was nailed at tho plate try
ing to protect his Impel Hied teammate.
The battery and all the Intlelders, save
lillierfeltl, llguied In the play. The score:
IMIIbA (N 1,1 , HHOOUI.YN (N L.)
.... ab r h p a e k, r h p a e
l'.iii't.ss 112 3 1 0l.ilton,rt i it a : ii fl
He. l er.ef 3 10 10 fl Oiits'w.Ih 3 0 0 : 1 0
I.obrt.3h 3 o fl y o e li.nib t.th. 4 1 2 k l n
Maseclf 1 ft 0 4 0 H'WI.eat.lf. 10 12 0 1
I'ri'th.ft 5 12 3 1 ft Mini t Hps 3 0 0 3 2 0
l.iurus.lh 3 110 0 OiSlnluel.rf, I fl 1 1 fl fl
lrel:.n.:h. 3 n 1 fl 3 t'Klb'f'tl sa 1113 2 0
Kllllfrre t 2 3 k I li Klnelier.e. t 0 2 H k 0
Alex'd'r.P 1 0 1 0 3 0:it.UMli,p, 3 0 0 0 2 0
- Allen. p . II fl 0 fl fl 0
Totnls 32 III0V7 'J 1 llelllll'll.p 0 0 fl fl I 0
MtlKlKU.. 1 0 0 0 0 0
I Totals 31 J pi 27 15 1
H.ttlril Inr ileiilbaeli in the ninth Inniin.
I'liilrdrlpliia. u 2 o 1 n 0 2 t 0-
nrn.i'tlyii. . ii ft i) I t o o 0 2
litis Olf Ita.-un, 7 In six Iniiiuis: olf Allen,
niiiii nt purl ul ssienih lilniii.'i oft Ueiillia.h.
.1 In llirce Iihuiii;s Two b:is hlls-Klllifer.
Kaltoti Tliree Ins.. lilts -4Jru ath. Stengel,
Mnleii I..IS-S PasKert. I.ulietl. Sacriflit' hils
li. lan, Cuisliaw saentlcc fly- Smith. Imublo
nlitis -H.oriin. Ftseltef uisl IhiiilsTt; Kenlhaeh,
Vlsiher, Smith, llauhert. Culsliaw and Fiselier
t.r.iv.itlt Htt.l l.ttileriis. First base on balls-Olf
Itiitau. C: olf Allen. I; olf lleitlliicli, Flist
has., on trror-llrnnkl)it. Irfi on liases - Phllii
tlclplila, k; llroolilyii. 7. Time 1 hour and l
in n ii t is. Fin in res -Hlcler and Kmslle.
Illchmi.ltil 13 Ntirfnlk, n
I'nrtsinnulli 1 Pen rshuri;, 0
Iloiiitoke, tt, Neivpurt Neus, .
' I's.lMr Coast l.esiue.
At I'orll.m.l I'lirll.tn.l. I, Hin I'ranrlsco, 3.
At l.na Anxeles- l,.i Autieles, 9. Ventre, T
At Sn Framlico Oakluml, I; Bacra
msnto, 1, ' i
i "j e 1 c j "
I IMtiburr 3.. 3, 4 "llcTl-Ti Jos
1'hllidelphla.. -j J - - . lij '"3";.M'
Brooklyn 0 .. 1 . "IT 6 l j"j75
Cincinnati 0 . .. s 4 " i7 jT'lM8
New York.: 3 1 .. . V i T !Sw
ChlcMO 0 . .. 3 .. j 1 4 IT" .333
"ul I 3' !" 0" 31 T0 ,.'3
, ''" 7. 0..' j:rj
Games Lost... ?l 3l3 6 "! 19 'A 43 I 1
Make Triple Play
of Double Squeeze
PHILADELPHIA, April m.
Nothing looks more foolish In
h baseball than a mtucpze play that
boob wrong except pcrhas a failure
of Connie Mack's copyrighted double
-squeeze. This afternoon Washing
ton effected a triplo killing on tho
world's champion Athletics, thereby
breaking up a serious rally and
doubtless saving tho game in tho
With two runs already in and tho
expert btinter Jack Harry at bat
MclnnU and Strunk both started to
race for tho plato from third and
second bases respectively. Harry's
attempted bunt was n sharp liner
Into Gundll's mitt. Mclnnls, who was
almost to the plato, was easily
doubled on Gondii's snap throw
to Foster. Beforo .Strunk could
scramblo back to the midway Foster
whipped the ball toGeorgo McHride
for tho third out of as many seconds.
REDS MAKE CLEAN SWEEP.
VlnifllnK Wins Ills Second Victory
of Series Over Cnrrilnnln.
i"i vciNKiTi. Anrll 29. (' I n e I n n a t I
bunched hlls In the seventh Inning off !
Itagermati and the Beds mado a clean '
sweep of the four game series with the
Cardinals, the Hnnl score to-day being 5
to 3. Ylngllng twirled for Cincinnati and
achieved his second victory of the series,
ST LOUIS IN. I..) CINCINNATI N. I, )
ab r h n ei ab r h p a -
lltu'ns.tb 5 0 10 4 l'Mnran.rf 3 1 3 0 0 0
Uolan.Jb. 5 0 112 1 liroh.tb... 3 0 0 2 0 3
nutier.ss. 4 o 5 3 3 t iiate.et... 2 l i 6 o o
Wllson.rf 6 0 1 3 0 0 M.irsans.lf 3 0 0 1 0 3
Mlllrr.lt. 4 0 2 11 0 oninbiril.lh 19 0 7 0 0
Mirer. of 1 2 2 3 0 0 llcrznf.s.. 3 0 1 2 0 3
Crulsslf 3 1110 1 Ilawl'ts.lb 2 Hill
Sf.jdcr.e.. 4 0 1 2 2 OClarke.c... 3 117 3 1
Hae'an.p 3 0 0 1 4 O.Ytnitlnr.p 8 5 10 4 0
Calher.. 1 0 0 0 0 0 Ucntou.p.. 0 0 0 0 0 0
Steele.p.. 00001 0,
Totals .,S i 1( I I
Totals. 37 3 I3 24 H
slatte.l for llacercisn In the etihth tnnlnc.
IDolan nut: hit by battel ball
St. Louis , 0 0 fl : fl 0 0 1 0- 3
Cincinnati 00300031 X- I
To base hlts-Uutlcr, .Maeee. Strurk out
Hy Ylnilln. t: by Ilenton, 1: by Ilatrrrman. 3.
First base nn balls- Ort Ylrtulliia-. !: off Haer.
man. 3 Hit by pltclterHy lUirrnnan Hrr
iol; by Ylnrlltur iMIheri Stolen bases
Moran. 2! Marsans. 2: M.iree. SarriAr hits
Marians, ltoblltrrll Hits- Off Yu.tittur, 11 In
right ami tuo thirds innings, off Heitton. none
In one third of an intiltn; off lUk-rrmatt. 5 In
s-cn Innings: off Steele. 1 In one tnntnj. I'm
plrrs-Eason and Qulgley. Time 3 hours and 3
ADAMS MASTXTOF CUBS.
Shots Them Ont With Four lilts
Pirates I'onnd l.sisender.
Ciiicaco, April 23. The Pirates beat
the Cubs, 7 to 0, and made It three
straight to-day. The Cubs didn't have
a chance after the fourth, when the
Pirates drove Lavender from the slab.
Mowrey and Mitchell, with three hits
each, led the clouters. Adams had It on
the Cubs all the way and gave them
only four hits. The score:
I'lTTSnUKO (N L.i CniCAOO IN L.)
J.Kel'y.ef 4 0 1 1 o i Le.wh.3b. t fl fl o 4 o
Carry. If.. 5 0 0 4 0 1 ilood.rf, 4 0 0 2 1 0
Mon-'y.Sb 5 1 3 3 3 fl'Sre'y.:b 4 0 0 0 3 0
Wasn'r.ss 5 1 2 5 4 0 Zlm'an.ss. 4 0 1 2 2 2
Kon'y.lb. 4 5 0 12 0 n' Schulle.lt 3 0 0 5 0 0
Yinx.Tb. 4 1 1 0 2 0 Salrr.lb 3 0 2 10 0 1
Mltcb'l.rf 4 1 3 3 0 O.Jnhns'n.rf 3 0 1 fl 0 0
(llbmin.e. 5 1 2 4 2 fli Archrr.c. 3 0 0 11 3 0
Adams. p. 4 0 0 0 3 0 Laven'r.p 1 0 0 0 0 0
Vaughn, p 2 0 0 0 1 0
Totals.. 10 7 13 57 11 5,
I Totals... 31 0 4 27 14 3
rntsburr ... , 0 0 0 3 0 0 4 0 0-7
Chicago .. 00000000 0-0
To base hits- Mitchell, Krllry, Wagner
Three base hit llibson. Double play Morr),
Vlox and Mowrey l.eft on bases Pittkhurir.
11; Chleaco. 4 First base nil balls -Of! Laven
der. 5: off Vaughn, : lilt by pitcher Hy Uiv
ender (Adamsi. struck out-Hy Adams 1; liy
Lavender, i: by Vaughn, 5. Passed ball-tllb.
son. Wild pitch Vaughn. 1'mplre in chief
Klem. Field umpire Hart. Time-1 hour and
(ilnnta Spend Dnj Idle In Boston.
Boston, April I0,- A muddy playing
Held and a cold easterly wind caused the
calling off of to-day's game between the
lilants ami Brnes.
Spoils Ties With ."Wonnih.
Plilt.APKt.PtltA, Anrll 23 Big scores
were made at the tlrst day shoot of Key
stone (iiiu Club's annual tiap shooting
tournament at Holiuesluiig .liinctlon to
day. The State championship was won by
Charles Newcotnb of Philadelphia, who
broke 9" of the century During the .la
Newcomb broke 171 of his 175 targets, but
it. L. Spotts of New York, the present na
tional amateur champion, also was in rate
form and smashed the same number.
Feds Sne HlnndliiK fur Damnitea.
St. Lotus, April 20. The Kansas City
Fideral League dub fllcd suit this after
noon for Sln.oOii damages against Fred
Blainllng, Cleveland twiiler, mid asked
for an Injunction restraining him ftoni
plalnjr with the Cleveland team, alleging
that he Jumped a contract after receiving
fL'.Min In rash, Blanding was to havu
nt'clvcd fr.,833 for his yeat s work,
EBBETS FIELD PICKUPS.
Smith showed the nnt lrlnus dilve nt
the day, but unfortunately til' ball went
right ill llecker This iir.'iiiiistan.- kllleii
what Mould .irdtnarll It.ue been a ptneh
trlpl.t or h.itii.. run. Worse lurk, there were
tun on with nous out.
Kllllfer .mil Hall. m tied for batting honors
with two singles mid H double eueh. Tile
Wiaker, however, whs the oul iti.in uf
eltltsr side o seme two runs
Kllllfer eiiuiiht Smith napping In the rlth
Inning ittid laid down a perfict bunt, which
lllleil ttie 1ui.se with only one nut Kor
tiiluitrlj for HiiRtiti Alektinilrr hit lulu a
Hud ho been clouded till the wiiy tt Is
likely that Alexander would huve enm
IUU.il closer loa shutout Be h.nl ti tine elirie
iiiid a grand turn of sped eery time he
was b.i. ked up iigulnst Dm wall, lie pitched
a rrv Ite.nly g.itiie, relying nn lite east
behind him when the buses were olrtir.
As h ttlu.'h hitter Ittugert Is be, omlng
tlrssonte to tli Uplifts Field patrons, The
rabid funs of rintbusli can see virtue In
liothlng less lhi.it tin eMrn liasi. hit under
sinii h lircumstHitre. In hs pinch hlltlne
specialties so fsr on the home lot ItlRgett
htiti shown it'ithlng belter than a tip foul.
VesterdilV be tilltutst dislocated his ertelit,e
missing the third swipe
liHltnn run blindly nit tits h ises In the
third Inning mid halt. led I'hil.iilelphla lis
only double play on I'uishiw's line drlie in
t'ravath, Tills not nul. xpollcnl Hue
slunk, nut looked nil lite nor- liecallre a
luomsnt before he hud r.u si itnwu on ,i hit
all. I run pluy and refused tn llsleti to the
.outliers when futsh.tw fuuleil the tiull,
This foul dropped Ititn the .tt.iitil Just nut
of Kllllfrr'a rent h or Halton woul.l h,ie bren
tlnutiled on that occiisioti
I'nsk.rt seettis to be u pretty fit I r sort of
a shortslnp on cicriliiy's form he Links
as itiit.h ul bniiie on lite Inner line h.i In
Hie hi I it re. He scored a run. stole a htse
niul reKlsteied Iwu i lean hlls. I usn
wi irked Ittiitaii for it pass, wltlrh lie ctin
verls.t Into his only run.
Wooden Slt.ies I'r.ivdlii Is not lite most
grateful athleto In the unrlil, nor et thu
siicedlest Hut be conttnitnils the respect
nf all riwil tiitctiers nnd shows line ittilg.
infill In pluiing himself for bittern. Twice
Hagsn funned the big fellnw fstfnlay, but
on iinnthrr nccaslntt If hied ,i triple iliui
was turned Into n run. It whs I'ravuth's
slitkif In lite setenth that bruke up the
game nit Itetllhiiiil
Itiiblusnii's caleulatlniis wetit till awry
heillllse nf lllf wlbluepn of Snuthp.iw Allen
Heals Becker Is f M'rptluniilly Yt.kk llRultisl
this style, but Diinlii rfftisfd in sldfirtick
him because It was Hppurriit that Ipililnsnn
Intrmlfd lo ssnd In Ituilbuiii us snun us
be could waritt up. Allen Hummed the curds
by passing Becker This put two on with
none out, and liuniu's heuilrel battels In
prospect Tndr tltess coiulltlnus I tolil tt son
had to call In Iteulbach whlls It was nrac
ttcally col. '
HITS IN BIG INNING
Combination of Long and Short
Hits, Sacrifices and Errors
Is Stevens's Undoing.
SHEA St'KXDS QUEER DAY
Injured in Mix With Freshman
at. Noon, He Pitches Star
(Same in Afternoon.
Columbia defeated Stevens yesterday
afternoon on South Field by a score of S
to 1 through hard hitting In the fifth
Inning coupled with costly errors by First
Baseman Farrls during the slugging beei.
The Blue and White nine hit Pitcher
Hell off with sucii telling force that eight
hits aggregated sixteen bases. F.dille
Shea held the Jcrseyltcs to five singles
and suppressed their confidence further
by fanning ten men.
Page tallied the Hrst run In the fourth
by banging out a triple, which Frledrlch
followed tip with n s.wrlllco Hy. In the
llfth Howell was safe when Farrlo dropped
a thtow. Shea trlctl to sacrifice, but Far
rls ngaln bungled, the ball rolling to tho
grand stand and Itoseff scoring, Charlie
I latin uncorketl a terrlllc drive to centre
Held for a homo run and Buncke fol
low, tl with an Intlcld hlL Frledrlch sin
gled to centre. Carey fumbled the ball
mid Frledrlch reached third, while Buncke
scored. Urclch tripled, scoring his cap
tain. Shea's work was the bright feature of
th? game, despite an Injury to the back
of his head. At noon IMdle was scouting
with several of his classmates for a fresh
man to capture for the sophomore dinner
last night. They decided lo nail Joe
Shlmmon, the Pcrlan wrestler, who won
his bout In the Interclass cane sprees last
winter. Shlmmon resisted anil In the melee
that followul Shea got a belt over the
back of the head and Shlmmon suffered
a dislocated shoulder. Both went to the
Infirmary Shea got his head plastered
up and then returned to get square with
Stevens. He did. The score;
ab r h p a el b r h p e
Joh's'n.Ib 10 10 1 0W.Ht.:h. 3 0 0 3 3 0
Jaeggll.ss 4 115 2 1 Hann.lb. 5 115 10
Me'ory.Sb 1 0 0 3 0 0 Pn.-c.lt .411100
Farris.lh. I 0 0 10 0 3 Huiteke.rf. 6 3 1 0 0 0
Unthe.e.. 4 0 10 O.Frledr'h.ss 4 2 1 3 3 0
llilloff.p. 3 0 1 0 3 1 lirrls.h.3b 4 0 1 1 1 0
Carey.rf . 3 0 1 3 0 0;ilaaren.3b. 0 0 0 0 0 0
Ashley If. 2 0 0 0 0 1 Lee.cl .. 3 0 1 1 0 0
Tonkin.!! 1 0 0 0 0 Oll'hllson.e! 0 0 0 0 0 0
Urown.rf. 3 0 0 3 0 OKoseff.c... 4 11111
Lane.c .0 0 0 5 0 0
Totals.. 53 I III t 6'Shra.p.... 11118 1
Totals ,7 3 5710 3
Slpv-ns 0O0001000 1
Columbia 0001t020 x-l
Home run-!!ann. Three base hits-Pare.
Orttsch. Two base hit Lee. Stolen ba
jRfggll. Carey. Watt. Itoseff Sacrifice hit
Shea. Saerifl.f fly Memory First base on errors-Columbia,
5. Ix-lt on bases. Columbia, H
Siefns 4 First bass on balls Off Shea. 5;
off bvlloff, 3. Struck nut-Hy Shfa. 10: by
IW-lloff. 4 I'mplre-Bedford, Canadian 1-f iille
Time- 1 hour and 4J minutes
Buffalo, , Jersey City. 5.
Toronto, 1; Nfwark, 0.
naltlmorr. 4; Montrfal, 1.
Standing of the Clubs.
V. L. IV I M ! It'.
Newark . 4 1 .smi tialllmorf . . 4 4 ,5io
Jervy City.. 4 3 .571 Toronto. . 3 4 .429
Buffalo. . . 4 3 . 571 Montreal.. 2 4 . 33.1
Itochestrr . 3 3 .5no Providence.. 3 4 . 333
Buffalo In Jersey City.
Toronto tn Newark.
Mmmesl In Baltimore
Itoihfsifr In Providence.
INDIANS BEATEN AT LAST.
Prlrsle Score Only Bon of lianic
for Toronto In l'lflb.
Newark, April 29 The Indians met
their tlrst defeat nf th season to-day
at the hands of the Toronto ti Mil. The
scorn was 1 to n In the fifth Inning
I'rleste singled, was sacrificed to second
by lick and went tin- rest of the route
oil singles b Krny and ILrbert. The
ab t h p s f ab r b p a e
Fltzp'k I'h 10 113 Mness 4 . n 2 3 0
Oil.ir.l.lr 3 ft l t 0 0 Toole) Mi t ft I 10 1 fl
Wllson.ef t ft I 2 (. 0 Collins rl tut 100
Jordan, lb 4 0 1 II 0 ft.Mjers.cf I ft 1 ft 0
Kelly. e . 4 0 0 3 2 0 W Zl atl.lf 4 0 2 3 1 0
I'riesis.ss 112 17 0,K y.ratl 3b 1 0 0 2 3ft
lVk.nh 3 fl 1 1 2 1 lift ii" .30 0 4 2 1
Krnv.rf . 4 0 2 10 O'Hcek'srr.c 1 0 0 5 2 0
Hrrts'rl.p 3 0 1 0 3 fl smith p . 2 n fl o 4 fl
I'Wltter 1 ft 0 0 0 fl
Totals 33 1 8 27 17 1 Schacht.p ft 0 0 0 0 0
Totals .31 0 f. 27 16 1
Hilled for Smith In the eighth Inning
Toronto . ft o o fi i ti n o o- l
swritlee hit liek Stolen bises tti. .lor.
din lilts Olf Smith, s lit right Innings, off
Sehuelti 1 In one limine First has- on ball
on lb rlt rl . .' strmk otii Hy smith, 2: by
Seh.u'ht 1, bv HrrlHTt, 2. Hit by pitched ball
Hy Mnllli lO'll.ir.il First Inse on error To
r.into 1x.fl on bases Newark, s. Torottto, 7
t'mpires Nalhn and Carrnler. Time I hour
and li niiitulrs
BISONS TRrBfpiFAT START.
Three Hons In First IiiiiIiik More
Tim ii SUi-i-ters Tolnl.
score of ii
rcored three tuns off Buck
the llrst Inning at Jersey city
nioie than tho Skeeteis got In
gallic. The Bisons won by a
to 2. The sc no.
O 1 1 L.i JF.ItSF.Y CITY 1 1 Li
,1a. ks'n.lf 4
h P a e ah r h P a e
i i n ii i noner rt. i u t t fl n
11 ft I
2 1 I
I 1 10
2 (i Hlies.sli .1 1 2 3 3 1
fl ftl!lulitt.2h 4 It
fl 0 Mnul.ef . fl
fl I' I't.her.lf 4 u
1 3 1 ii ll.n r.v.lh
1 3 fl Knrhl'r.ss
11 n 1 11 0 Pcaricn
Fuleli'r.P 3 ft 0 0 1
il27 S O.tWells
Yrh.int,p 1 0
Totals ..TI 2 r. 27 Hi 3
Ii.ittrd lor I'eanf III Ihe fourth Inning,
tll.itlrd for Ter III tho ninth inning.
tll.ttttd fur T.i) Inr m tho fourth Inning,
Htlfhiln , 3 ft fl 2 ft 11 0 1 ft fl
Jctsr) Clly . . 11 tl I fl 1 0 11 ft ft 2
First base nil eiror llitlf.ilo, Two base hits
MiCatthy, Ch.iiuiell Three base hit-Hues
Sacriltis. hll- Fullenwiiler. Stolen base Jack,
sun. I.i.fi .in buses- lltlfi'nhi. .'1, Jersey Clly, ti,
First Imsi. on balls Oil lajlor, 2j off' Verbont,
I: off liillenwiilir, I Struck out Hv Taj lor, 3;
hy Verboul, I. by Fllllenwiiler, 3. Wild pilch
Tajliir lilts Oil Tiulor, 4 In lour Hillings.
Utiipire In chlet- ll.irrieon Field umpire Fin.
iieiaii, Time I linur .111. 1 mlituirs.
MnntreHl II 0 II 0 fl 0 0 1 0- j' '7 ''
llelllmuri- 1 1 I, I I fl I I 11 0 I 11 -4)1 0
Butteries Montreal, I'ottchman, Matiern
,111.1 Madden, M.i 1 1 1 111 ir. . Iliissell and Mi
ami) 111erl1u11 Assm iallnn.
MHwaukii, I. 1'leiel.nul, 3
l.nilisl Hie, 3, St Paul, n
I'nltitnliUH, 2ft, Kansas (iti.
.Mlnii.'apnlls-liull 1 nn iol Is. 1 n,
situlh Atlantic League,
.Mb 1 ID'. 3 Culuitlbus, 0,
.liicl.sntilllle, I. S.u.inil.lll, 1
.Miicnii, 4; Columbia I
Augusta, .1, liturlrston, I
North Carolina l.rnrur,
Winston Sslftii, 1 iiurham. 1,
li.ilelgh, 6, Ashevllls, 4.
Cbtrlottr, 1, tlrcsnsboro, L
FRANK CHANCE ILL; IMPROVES.
LeATca It no rat and Hopes to Rranme
I 'Harare To-day.
Manager Frank I,. Chance of the New
York Americans missed yesterday's vic
tory of his force over the lied Sox. Whilo
Capt. Pecklnpaugh waa trimming Boston
out of the exciting 1 to 0 game the leader
of the New Yorks was In his bed at the
Colonial Hotel auffering from a severe
attack of Illness. Chance's condition was
much Improved last night and he was able
to leave his room. ,
"I guess I must have taken cold at Phil
adelphia last Saturday," said the Peerless
leader last night. "I was somewhat In
disposed this morning, but went to tho
Polo Grounds nnd put on a uniform. Sud
denly I grew dizzy and sick at the stom
ach. I was very III when I reached the
hotel, but feel so Improved at present that
I think I shall be able to resume charge
of the team to-morrow or the next day."
JOHNSON OF DRSINUS
TWIRLS NO HIT GAME
Incidentally Fans Thirteen Men
and Shuts Out Fordham;
Score i to 0.
The t'rslnus nine from Collegevllle, Pa..
surprised Fordham yesterday and defeated
the Maroon on Fordham Field I to 0.
Johnson, who gave the Impression from
his mound work that he was a brother of
the famous Waltr, pitched the first no hit
game seen at Fordham In three years,
striking out thirteen Maroon players. The
support the visitors nccorded their twtrlcr
was brilliant. Not a Fordham player
reached third base and only two reached
second. The score I
CrtSLNUS. I fOIlDHAM.
Kenn'y.ll 4 0 0 3 0 e'Derrit'ti.tf 3 0 0 2 0 1
Usem'r.e! 3 0 1 3 0 0 CarrolI.Sb. 3 9 0 2 3 1
Mttfnr.o 3 1110 Kane.cf . 4 0 0 1 0 0
Il'de'k.ss 3 112 1 O.KIern'n.Sb 2 0 0 6 1 2
llo)er,lb. 3 116 0 O Coirsay.c. 8 0 0 10 1 0
Johns'n.p 3 0 1 0 2 01 Vtvtano.rf 3 0 0 0 0 0
Itrtlf.Sb.. 4 0 0 1 1 OMeKr'n.ss 3 0 0 1 1 1
Stuga't.rf 4 0 0 0 0 0 Fl.inl'n.lb 3 0 0 0 I
Ilutler.:b. 110 4 0 0 McCaun.p 1 0 0 0 0 0
, Kfelen.p.. 1 0 0 0 1 0
Totals. .SO 4 6 37 6 0,Kear. ... 1 0 0 0 0 0
j Totals.. 27 o"o27""e
Hatted for Keelen In the ninth Inninr.
t'rslnus 0 0 0 3 0 0 1 1 04
Foidliam 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Two base hlta-Mttlerlltic lledenk, Sacrltlce
htta-Iloyer. Carroll, Stolen bates Butler. 2;
Johnson, Uoyer, Kennedy First base on errors
Crsinus. 9 Lett on bases-Fordham. 2: Ur
sulas, 4 Double plays-Cmiway. Kieruan and
Flautgan: ltfiff and Hutler Struck out Hy
Kfflen. 6; by McC.inn. 1; by Johnson. IS. First
base lyi balls Off Kfelsn. I: off M.Cann. 1; off
Johnson. 3 Passed balls-Conway. Mtttr rdliitf.
Hit-Olf McCann, 3 In four Innings: off Keelen,
2 In five Innings. Umpire Oldes. Ttme-1 houf
and 0 minutes.
NOTES OF THE DIAMOND.
The White Sox have taktn a considerable
drop within a week. They hae lost their
Adams and McQuillan are proving a use
ful pair of mound np-rsthes far the Pi
rates and. so !ar as tho pitching Is con
cfrned, are rfsponslble lor tho bulk of Pitta
The gams at the Polo Orounds jrstsrday
started without any oral announcement nf
the batteries. Iilueen noticed the oversight
and halte.l the play until hu had uttenUed
to the matter
Malsrl missed by a foot itfttlng a hom
run He drove a foul Into the left field
stand which failed of being fair hy that
The Iteil Sox are the noisiest as semb!.ire
of riljtnonil workmen that ha rent ihe sir
at the. Polo (irounds with raucous crl-s this
t'.1 nie guy!" exclalmrd a fan hen
BUI Holdfli starlr.l to steal a bate.
Pecklnpaugh got a base hit through Hoi
den's being hit by the batted ball stilt. It
looked u It Peck's drle would hae gone
Two playing days In succession are ih
most the lllints hae enjnjeil thus far.
, what they want Is weather which will per
I mlt thetn to play baseball for a living
, When the Iteds uren't playing exhibition
'games arranged by Business Manager Bin-
roft they will nil In Ihe time pUli,g N.i-
tlonal League teams. Between Wstts in Hell
' aire, White Plains. Albanv and Baltimore
they will slt New York. Hrooklvn. Bos.on
i and other way stations
Hd Sweeney ran amund the block for a
i foul liy, but as he finally nabbed It It didn't
, matter how far lie traelled
Long Tom Hughes, rx-New Vork. ex-!los-i
ton. ex-W..shlngton and e. Minneapolis.
pitched and won his first game for ihe l.ns
The 1'nltrrspy of Texas nine. elept the
l.onghorr. Its won tw-ent j-.two .onsecuuie
games, whl-h ! Is set forth. Is an Inter-
. ojleglate r. cord.
t President iii.,rtes II Lhbets has signed
' Walsh, a l'nr.lhatn rilaler. who ut'l he rl-.l
In the outfield at Hrook:vn Walsh reported
to Manager ltoblnsnn vester.lny
Pick Bsan of the IlrooklMi Nationals Is
suffering from a badly ulcertted tooth, lie
will not be missed If Klherfeld's legs hold
UP under him as they ,1m tesierdav
The pilling field of the Tip Tops St
Washington Park will be consider iblv
smiller than when the Dodgers plaied
there The wall on the Fourth sientte side
Is built many feet In from the street In
order to proilde a parking spice for suto
niob's Darkness Hntla Tie name.
The High School of Commerce nnd
Kvantler Child teams battled to a ! to
tie xesterday at Croton.t Field. The game
was halted In the eighth inning on ac
count of darkness. Tho score:
n. n. n.
Commerce I i 1 M I : i n 5
Li inlir ('hit. Is , ti 1 0 3 ft 11 0 0 9 10 4
Ititirrles ltesttn. Hotmail and Solomon,
llepple and lloodtti.tn
Western I eamie.
Pes Moines, 4. s'liiux City, 2
Lincoln, 8. Wichita, 2.
Top,-k.i, li. Omnia, 3.
HetiM-r. it, 51. Joseph. 0,
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EACH SIDE HAS TO CALL
UPON TRIO OF PITCHERS
Summers, Peters, Marlon, Stone,
Harris and Packard Try It
Tip Tops Lose, 10 to 7.
Kansas City. 10; Brooklyn. 7.
Chicago. 2; Baltimore, 1,
Indianapolis, t; Pittsburg, 0.
St. Louis, ; Buffalo, 6 (twelve Innings).
Standing of the Clubs.
W, l PC. W. L PC.
St. Iiuls.. .0 3 .siSIDrooklrn 4 6 .444
Ilalilmore... 3 4 .KfllDuflalo 3 4 ..'
Chicago... s .NsiIKansas Cliy..5 7 III
Indianapolis..!) a .fMJtPlttsburt .. 2 0 ,?M
Brooklyn In Kansas City.
Baltimore In Chicago.
Pittsburg In Indianapolis.
Buffalo In St. Louis.
Kansas Citt, April 29. It was necct
sary for six pitchers to be used to-day
In a free hitting and loosely played com
bat, which Kansis City wo n from Brook
lyn, li) to 7. Summers atarted for the
Tip Totis and was knocked out ln the
slMh. Peters lasted two rounds and
Marlon finished It. Harris of the lochia
was knocked out In the seventh. Stone
followed. It finally was necessary for
Manager Stovall to use Packard.
KANSAS CITY (F.L.).l BROOKLYN (F. L.V
ChatTe.lf. 3 2 110 ft Cooper.ef. c 1 1 0 0 J
Potts.rL. 4 2 1 0 0 O.Mjers.Ib.. 3 5 0 15 0 1
Ken'y.2b. 4 0 0 3 3 SlKvansJf.. 6 1 4 1 0
Storil.lb 4 3 3 14 0 0 Delah'S.Sb 3 113 11
Pftrl'g.Sb 4 1 2 0 8 0 Murphy.rf 4 13 10 0
Krusrr.ct 6 1 2 6 0 OlWesl'll.lb 4 110 8 0
Oood'n.ss 4 0 0 2 6 OlOagnler.M 8 0 2 I. 4 I
Easteiy.c 4 1 8 3 0 OiOwens.c. 5 0 3 ' 1 0
llarrts.p, 1 0 0 0 2 0',5niumc',p 2 0 0 0 1 0
Stone.p. 1 0 0 0 0 0 I-ters.p, , 2 0 0 0 1 1
l'acka'd.p 0 0 0 0 0 OiUrigs... 0 0 0 0 0 0
Mannn.p,. 0 0 0 0 1 3
Totals..34 10 13 27 1l 2 tl.and.. ,. 1 0 0 0 0
Totals.. .83 7 13 34 II 4
Baited for Peters in the seventh Inninr.
t Halted for Marlon ln the ninth Inning.
Kansas City 4 0 0 0 2 1 1 5 0-11
Brooklyn 000 1 0 06 1 01
Hits Off Peters, 8 In two Innings: off Som
mrrs, 5 In four Innings; off Stone, 1 In one
third Inning; of! Harris. 10 in six and two
thirds Innings. Two base hits Chadbourne.
Stovall, Uagntrr, Delahanty. Murphy. Bom
run Kruter. Stolen base Potts. Sacrifice fly
Murphy Double plays VYestrritl, Owens and
Mjrrs; (ioodwln, Kenworthy and Stovall: Ken
worthy, Goodwin and Stovall, Oagnler, Dela
hanty and Myers. Ift on bases Kansas City.
: Ilrooklyn. II. First ba on errors-Kansas
City. 3: Brooklyn, 1. Struck out by Barns. 1;
by Packard. 1: by Sommrrs, 3; by Marlon, 2.
First base on bails-orf Harris, 3; oft Stone, 1:
off Packard, 1; oR Summers. 4; off Potts. 1;
off Marion. 2. Passed balls Owen. Ka.trrly.
Hit hy pitcher Hy Stone (Griggs). Umpire In
chief Ooeckel. Field umpire Anderson. Time
5 hours and i minutes.
At oL Louis.
r n 1
16 10 1
5 i 14 i
St. Louis 00000310000
Batterlf s Krapp, Ford and Blair; Craa
dall and Chapman,
B. Jt. K
Pittsburg 00000000 00 3 0
Indianapolis.... 00100001 .. 2 '. 0
Batterlr s Henderson and Itobertc, Fal
ktnberg and Itarlden
r. 11 f.
Daltlinnrs n I 0 fl fl 0 0 0 0 1 i t
Chicago 0 (1 0 (1 0 2 ft fl .. 2 b 1
IL.tterlrf (Juinn and Jacklltsch; Flsk and
Thirteen .Vat I'nlncky for Crnsinns.
(UnPKS- Citt, April 29. The Krasmiii
Hall High School of Brooklvn defeat. I
M Paul s Sclnwil this afteritiHin by a suite
of 1 3 to 3 The score .
Braemus Hall.. 2 3 2 1 fl 1 4 tt 13 13 !
St. Paul's o 0 2 0 1 0 11 0 ft 3
Batteries Sylies. Halstead, Crocio and
Poole, Dickinson and Ito.hf.
Bosh lek Defenla llo ' lllgli.
Huhwick High School heat Boys High
nt Kidgewood Park. Brooke n. yesterday
by a scorn of I to 3. The score:
, , , HUB
Bushnirk n 0 fl 1 0 ft n .1 0-1 3 0
llevs High ., 0 fl 0 fl 1 2 0 ft 0 3 3 4
Batteries Helming, Bau. k and Acker
man. StLklc and Barshofsk)
Mil linnii- hy Hoy In Ills Teens.
STAMKottp. April 2S. Carl IMgren of
South Bend. Ittd.. pltcheil a no hit game
against Ureetiwlch Hfgh School here to
day. Pitching for Stamford Preparatory
School, he beat the Greenwich team. 7
to 0. getting sixteen strikeouts, Kdgren
Is 1 years old.
Ilnlhrnnk llnnibles llarkley.
Takrttown, X v., April 2?. HolbrodH
School defeated Hack!y School at base
ball by a score of 27 to 4 here to-day.
Princeton .Vnssana Win.
LAwrtENcr.Tit.i.K, N. J April 29. The
Princeton Nassaus gave the Lawrenrevlllf)
School nine their Hrst defeat this season
by a score of 7 to 3 here to-day. The
local team lost on errors, eight belnf
At New London Nw Lendon-PlttsfleM,
At Hartford New Brltaln-Hartford. wet
At New ltsven Watrrhury-Nsw Havsa.
At Sprlngflelil Fprlngftsld, 2, Bridge.
Prosperl I'nrk Baseball Besulls.
T S 17. . P S 157, 7.
P S 77. 23. P S 5t, 1
I1 S . !, R , P. S S3, 3.
P S It 7, I'onittirrcUl Annex, 4