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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 13, 1914.
Tigers Claw New Yorks for First Blood in East vs. West Series Baker of Phillies Sees Feds
NUMBED NEW YORKS
BLANKED BY TIGERS
Cyvi'leskie Docs to Them Whut
Ho I'spiI to Do to
ItltlKF UKIGX FOlt SCIU'LZ
Knocked Out of the Box in the
First Inning by the
The Western teams of the American
Tongue opened tn the F.nst yesterday nnd
made an even break of It. The Dotrolts shut
out the New Yorks, nnd In nddltlon In
creased their lead, as tho Athletics were
Mnothcred by tho tall end men of Cleve
land. Tho Washington!! camo from pe
hind and downed tho White Sox. In
Totoii the Hrowtis wtro shut out. Tho
Hcd Sox went Into sixth place.
Detroit, !i Now York, 0,
Tle.ton, 7; HI. Louts. 0.
Washington, : Chicago. ;.
Ctiielaml, i; Philadelphia, !. 1
Detailed Standing at the Clakt.
.fill, MS 3 '
Detroit TT. 1 4 , ll 1 1 17 7 .TO!
Philadelphia?. ! . . 4 4 7. 0 V) V M1
New York 7 3 3 4 .". lo T Tun'
St. Lou's 4.... 7 03 4 lT il TcoV
Washington... 7. ! t 7. 3' 1 jTT io" Tsou
Uotton 7 i2 V 3 7. . . T "IT TiTl'
Chtnigo J ..7. 4! 0 '7 &'10 Tiiri
Cleveland,. ... ! j7 '2 7.'7 3j " I "TPiT
Game. Lost .. 7 s' o'lt io ft n'lViTt"' I
Detroit In Xtn- Vork.
tst. IjuN In lloiton.
Chicago In U'nrhliigton.
Cleveland In Philadelphia.
The weather at the Polo Grounds yes
terday was tine- i"or Dctrolts and penguins.
It wasn't the Xew Ynrt'ii ,,i-t ,.1 ..11
Chance's mei. coming hack from balms' I
Honton to antarctic .Manhattan, were so
nuuumueu inai iney couldn't score a run.
Tho Detrolts beat them 4 to 0. The
American League leaders played an even,
snappy game regardless of tho raw, cold
day, getting a mug, nnd as It turned out
Mfo. lend In the first inning while Heine
Mchulz was provlnig his unfitness to stay
In the box.
It was closer battling after SihuU, who
may lmu been pointed for tho Detroits.
nnd who If .so was disappointed, stepped
nsldo for Jack Warhop. Tho one-third
Inning of. Schulz's incumbency, however,
saw Xew York'x rhnneoa ,.r wi.,,.!,...,
Inlo tins discard, for thr.-e 11m.
one. wtte a winning number with Harry '
evuleskle pitching. Till left Imnder,
wno nppears to nave filled out slnco the """ -"urpny aim a siop uy juaiision lea
tlrnc when he Mated btlelly as a killer of tured. Tho score:
Oiants, was Just as poisonous for the CLEVELAND (A. I. ) I IMIILA. (A. I..)
Chancemeii ns he used to be for the Polo a'1 r h p a ei ab r h p a e
nborlcinea l.eib'hl.cf r, : 1 2 0 0 Murphy.rf ! ; 3 1 1 0
fv 111., , ..1 b.A.i.. 1 . 1 Tiirner.Sti i:il noirtnii.-.lf. 4 0 110 0
... 1,1 i.1:'1 " "i'1 8lant 111111 wa!t Johu'iub s 0 11 10 1 o.coiinu.tb. : 0 s .1 0
ns atllf n pitching vis-a-vis as the New Juk.'arfS : 4 : 0 v.llakrr.Jb. 4 110 3:
loiks have looked upon this season. New I l.ajole.:b. 4 : 0 s 4 1 M'Iiinl.,lb 1 ft 0 11 0ft
York's slight grist of hits was n i.c.iti..re,l ! Wood, If.. HI!) (. stiunk.cf. 3 ft 1 : : 1
lour, and there never
1 'yT , , , 1 1.1 1 1 iu 111 1111 1 111
ii run Leenii... M.n.l.. ....- 1...I ..tt Til'. V v ... - - . ... .,...., .,U,... jt. nr. """" I -"leivi "i )t.,i,i,i.i) ,.j
... --"" s vi ,! Mlleill.p 4 10 0 1 ii sinrpi..e.. : 1 1 1 o oi uuiito "..i V , '. J.. , , .to.eoli Fitch In the Pluhliur nollre
libit. A base on ba s uut on t he onlv lin.ii.i. . n o o i (, inc mm the last half of the eighth Inning -'"-el1 i lit n in im i m ning poiirt.
who reachut the tirst corner with' Totals. . 55 1: 13 71 10 1 I'ennock.p : I 0 1 li Knetzer enjoyed the line lead of . to l.nut , , , .;' , ', '. '.. " .......
out. and two strikeouts hurriedly I , when the half was ended he had been ,n i,,'.i7,. i.,,v ...
I out this shadow of a rally. He-' Total... S3 4 s K it " " , k t ,.v tmM wl(h mH rivn, lib lolatlng the .sun lay law by
Covaleskie and the thermometer !:,hlla;MPhl ?P 2Si2" J-.i The score! oaseo... n .May an. m.
f.?. ),Ti. ?.e.r? ." J To have hll.-Jaek.on. Turner Three t,a . l'lTTSHfUr. K I.) ' IlltOOklAN ll Ll. on ,,le for so C(..,.a
ro.i -uianamtn ut.ii, ,uiu lie ii. iii oloii. stolen ti.ie Ulilring, liauer. JaK.on,
Beveli atslsts. I.ajole, Wood. Turner. r-lrl ba on rrror-
In tho cast with the Tv-Sums were a ' Cleielaml. 0; I'hil.vleliihla. 1. 1'lt on Uwe. -KDrtnkllnir
of struiicer. fine nf th..ue -. IMillndelphU, li .Cleveland. . Struck out lly
Marty Kavauaugli, second baseman, wlni
lias been doing tiptop work as 11 Tiger
since tne season opened and who comes
from Harrison, N,
Harrison friends of
Kavunaugh's. piloted by the .Mayor (It
imenia llnr.unll r l.,.,..., ..... ,,..i. , I
cen Harrison I Important tiHiugh to .
i... c nui inn ii .n.ijur um u uig league
ball player), came over in masse, held
up tho game In the tirst Inning and pre-
tented a gold watch and chain and fie
lorn ot the Polo Grounds to Kiiuinaugh.
The transplanted player put up a g.imo of
quality and gladdened the hearts of Har
rison. Here was a second baseman at
our very door, while tho home club had
to go to lluffalo for one.
In the tirst inning Hugh Jennings found
Inspiration for his calisthenics and grass
pulling Hush, who played a game of
versatile skill for the Detroits, spilled a
two bagger 111 left at tho outset. K.iya
naugh camo up, sot his wateli and thought
It was hlch time to make a lilt. He beat
out one to the soggy lulleld. Cobb scored i
Hush with a two bagger which Walsh1
could not get up to In the heavy outfield. !
Crawford brought tho native Harrison on '
home with n sacrllk-c tly, no which Cobb
advanced, and Hurns's sacrllice lly, made
ori Warhop, brought Cobb home.
AVuls.h tripled with two out In New
York's half and was the only home player
to fret on base until Malsel doubled Willi
two out In the thin!. Williams's, giounder
to Bush marooned Walsh, and Hart
zell'n strikeout stranded Malsel. Tliu
Detroits were on their way In the sec
ond until S'wei ney whipped the ball to
second nnd caught Hush too far nlleld.
This was n pntty play, and tho running
down of Hush prevented additional dam
age, for Pecklnpaugli followed with an
error on Cobb,
Subseouent liin'nft rutilaincd a dearth
of action. In the sKth Inning one of three
fdniw hats present was thrown on the Held
by one of three liaidy prisons wearing'
them. 'Vhoe who hail sealskin caps kept '
litem op. rue spiirneu straw nut was re
tumid, but the owner didn't trdeioruto Ills
poll with it. He thought he'd be wnitncH
Coveleskie parsed lloldiu und Trtiesdale
In thn seventh, but stru 1; nut Sweeney
nnd Pecklnpaugli between favois.
regular Indian giver, 'nvi leskle. A pass
by Cole, a wild throw by him and a sac- !
rlllce l'r liy Stanuge put .Moilarlly on tlilrd
In tli" eighth wllh two out. Iliislnisti of
bunting tin m when- they ain't by Hush, j
mid Mnry tr.nps'd In. HiisIi'm imnt was a
pop, wh 'Ii sank betwien Cole and Trips,
dale. The score
HtlTltOIT i. L.i .NEW YOItlC K. I. i
ali r h p a e ab r li n ,i e
ll.lll.. . I I 'I ', ( ii Mlr' ,b toil o
X't'zh.L'b r, i .' ; :, n llait.'ll rf i o I j o o
l fibb i f 1110 0 w aLti It II ii 1 'I i) o
irw'I drf looio ft Will nit lb I o 0 li' u ft
tin 'kit- p
to' t ii n'lmiiii ii, el, 200 ' o o
t li o 11 n ii swcciicy.e (00210
" 1 1 I 0 e IVeki'h,.. 4 ll I 1 r, !
,' 0 ft f 0 ft Tr'llsle. Jb 2 0 0 3 6 0
10 10 7 o.si hull, p., oooooft
-I U'lll bon.tl L' 0 ft 1 '2 ft
I ( 10 iT II ft, Hoiiiii- . I n 0 o 0 a
Inle.p. .. ft I) 0 0 0 I
Tidal. ,ni ii i j? it, s
li.uteu inr w.irnop in the serrntli timing
Detroit . " ft ft ft 0 o 1 ft- I
.' Ynrli .. . 0 ft 0 n ii o 0 0 0 J)
Kir base on eiinr 1), Iriut. .' Ldt nn
Ija.e.- iMriilt. M; New- York, 7 !'ir-t bu.e nu
Lull. OH Con leskie, I; nil Schill I - nil War
ei nfr t ole " s,U '4nll i - I'nrrleslile
4 le, Marlinp 1 1'hne bl.e hi! W.i. lull
's-i' hi' In. -b Ciiliii M,i i I sairtflu' bit
' i.in c s(,,ttiti, Hi, Crawford Jhii ,.
si n Ii.im. iti. 1 1 Hoi Im lioiililn ni.iy
"' ii -ill i'l'i'liuiiMU.Ii and Willi, inn. Hit.
If s null 1 in nm- third nf an i nm 113- olf
'4-irlmp, In ix and two third. Itiuhi.-.' nil I
i lie I ai two iiiiiuu. I'lupirn In i lin-1 Chill. I ll.SKn.l,l,T(l-ll.Y.3!0 p. M N, Y. Amerl
1'le'd iniiiii i: -Sherldin Tina I hour und 03 iuu v.. Detroit. Polo Uruundi, Adm. 8te.
FOSTER SHUTS OUT BROWNS.
Pitches Intliiclhly While Opponent'
llnnr Wiirk SnelU Itril Mm Total.
Hosto.v, May 12. Invincible pitching by
Foster and tliu poor playing of tho visi
tors nam tliu lied Hox an easy victory
over tho Hrowns to-day, 7 to 0. Not ono
.St. Louis man not pant second baso and
only thrco hits were miulo off Foster's
delivery. Taylor gavo two based on balls,
hit a batsman und allowed two hits In the
third Inning. Ho wai replaced by Uaum
Kar liner, who fared llttlo bcttur. Tho
ST. LOUIS (A. L.). I riOSTON, (A. K).
tb r !i p ! li r h i
Shot'n.cf 2 0 0 2 0 1 Hootier.rf 3 2 1 0 0 0
H.Wer.ef 2 0 0 0 0 (iillphg.rf... 0 0 0 0 0 0
Au.lln.Sri 2 0 0 2 0 0 Yerkrt.lb 4 2 3 1 2 ft
H'w'rrf.3b 2 0 0 1 1 0 Lcwlajf., 2 111
Prll.:ti., S 0 0 2 0 1 !c,ikcr,ct 1 1 1
Mlller,:h. o 0 0 0 1 0 llcn'.'n.ct. 10 0 1
U'll'm. rf 4 0 0 2 0 0. Soolt.es.. 3 1 0 O
C.W'er.lf. 3 0 1 3 0 liti'rdner.Jb 4 0 0 S
lary.lb. S 0 1 7 0 0
0 0 6
wares.. 3 0 0 2 1 1
N'n'm'r.lb 10 0 4
AmioA.c. 3 0 0 3 1 0
Thomas. c 2 0 011
r'oeter.p.. 0 0 0
.ruhlne.e, 0 0 0 0 0 0
Tarlor.n. 10 0 0 10
H'mir'r.p. 10 10 2 0
Kuailrr.. 1 0 0 n 0 0
Totals..,: 7 tn o
M'ninr.p 0 0 0 0 0 0
Total..!0 0 3 24 7 4
Uattetl for Uauniiardner in the cUhth iunln?,
St. Lout 000000000-0
llo.ton 20320000 ..7
Two base hit Yerke.. Hlt.-Oft Taylor, 2 In
two and one-third lnnliu: oft Bauttuardtier, 3
In four and tii third. Innings: ott Manning,
none In one inning. Sacrttlco hits I.cwK Ful
ler, Sarrllleo lllcs-Englr. Tliom.n. Stolen
bse Hooter. Lelt on bae St. lxuls, 4; llo
ton, 4. 1'lrtt ba-e on bklI-OIt Tailor, I. First
on errors Huston. 2, lilt pitcher Dr
Tailor (Speaker): by Fotttr (Miller). Struck
out Ur Foter. s: hr naumrerdner. S. l.'mulro
1 In chief Kvatu. Field umpire Kran. Tirue 1
) hour and 40 minute.
WHITE SOX LEAD, BUT WILT.
Senators Tie Score In I'.lithtli and
Win In Ninth l It to
Wariiinoton. May 12. Washington
won tho opening encounter with tho White
Sox hero this afternoon by 3 tu 2. Tho
visitors were ahead until tho eighth In
ning. Milan's ttlplo In tho sixth and an,
error scored on run. In tho elghtli ,
Milan's home run tied the score. A single
by Shanks, Item's' wild pitch and Mor
gans single put over tho winning run m
tho ninth. The scoro:
CHICAGO (A. (WASHINGTON (A. L.)
all r b p .1 el ah r h p a c
Dem'itt.rf 4 0 110 0 Moellrr.rf 3 0 1 s " 0
Wesv'r.i" 4 1 1 2 r. 1 Ko.ter.3b. 4 0 1 n C 1
Chlifv.ll.. 4 11 1 1 1 Mllaa.ef.. 1 i 4 0 1 0
Chleuxo 0 n 1 1 0 0 0 0 ft-; I
Klrt lae on error Wahliig1on. tlt on
b.iw.-Wa.hlnirton. 6; Clilewo. :. 1rrt bavi 1
on ball. -Oft Uen. i. Struck out ily Jolui.oii. I
i by Hem, t.. Home run-Milan. Tlieee Pa) ,
i,,iiii,. sini.n i..f:.in.iii ltnirt- I
Double play Hem, Weau r and Ch. Wild I
aiiii lonnouy. 1
NAPS SHOW HITTING POWER.
Defrnt Athletic. Who llrr HI:
Time Ilrhlnil Two Pitchers.
I'hii.aiiiii.I'IIIa, May IS. Cleveland won"
Its first gtinie of lho Eastern Invasion here
to-day, easily defeating Philadelphia by
12 to I. Tho world's champions played
miserable ball, making six errors, and 1
Hush and Pennock pitched Ineffectively.
Mitchell, while unusually wild, was cf.ee- J
tlve when men wero on the liases. A cold
0 ; u 11 u.i.iilHIII.lD. 1 .11 ' . r -L. . . .ni.L'ir i i ; I i , -''. Vi:' P.my after the 11)13 season not well muter' made It 1 Ntll.etlv imil,.rtn,,il tlmt 1 1 . .. i..,,rtl,..r..ir.r.. It In nmli rstund I....I
I.... 3 0001 O llenry-e.,. 3 0 0 7 !? wn ui. uio warmiu 01 u nie.oug .neno- ,;: - ; S.aiSi; J "J . . , hrral hot.u e-il r . . .i,..: ..t. . ' " 1 V., . .i . r. e..L u. 1 . ,.
it.. 3 1 : 0 osnaiiHii.il. tii3o 0 1 snip anu tnci to press upon mm me rI11r.,'1Y - z - ',--.:; ..,.T : x ,, 1," n . " " '""''l .ni u.iu , " , ,.,..,-, ....
;':b 3 ? I i ! XJ!:,,","':bJ !! J ? 1 ".courtesy of the piesldent's prlvato Ikix. So y. 1 0 0 5 0 I'vPox. 4 0 o S 0 . Ieli secured from major league clubs 'l lM " -ved that when the tine iMdres to sV). All tne condition- pon . . ,
c... 3 :i 0M'Hnde.ns 3 0 0 1 1 0 M ,,lkr u.n ' ..(r,,lir,, , .....v !n (irli'tii.lf 0 0 0 t 0 i. .MltelVll rt 4 o t 1 rt n'ii ...... . . ,. the southpaw will Jump io the Federal good en tn for racing for such good ,r z t
1 3 0 0 0 0 t..ionn.on.p 3 0 0 1 1 , . . f ,..er,,riw cf .Murr'y.rf 4 1 I T oiilt.-mi.e , t 0 .1 1 n , " -. -n, ... I.e.iKu,.. Thomas departed to-day Prlt- and with tt world's fair for a sett.i.t.
- - - niosi hiowinr, unis o iih enitriirint ui si,,., ,. . n , . n r, - . 1 1 n 1 n 1 the Internal lot1.1I I.'iirne. Thu . -1 1 1 . u .. . .........
11 ?"ii-. T..ml. - .nnll the owners n timvtillne Ilrook vn fans r. I AT. I ;. . . ' " ' " e ieKarue., m.. 1 hk-hko mag-
,ro"f ."J"'1 llad havoc with tly ball". , im,h, ,, t, Inability of tho runner"
Tll of Jackson. Turner. Aoodto aVetage Is-tter thuu singles on safe
was much chance i."'"":;.".? i A S'.U' I I I' that one bad round spoiled all the virtue ; '
huMur,r. saerin hits-Turner. Colllin.
llii.h. 3: by Mitchell, ii: by Pennock. I, Pouhii
ila. Johnton (unaistedi : Murphy and Mis
Innm: l.alole and John-ton. First bsse on balln
- im iiin-ti. on Miirneu. s; on I'ennoiu. i
Wtl.l pitdies-l'eiinocl,, Mitchell. II. ilk Pen
nock. Ililk-on llu.li. T In hve Inunit.: off I
I I'rnnoclt. ii 111 tour liming, umpires- hiiuo
I'CIIIIOCU, 111 lour lllllliilil.. impirrs- I lliuc-
i,rjl)i anJ o'l.outhlin. Time--: hour, and is
NOTES OF THE DIAMOND.
Tyand.jm didn't do tnneh hlttlnK yen
It rdsy, l,til Willi a two li.iKC-r nnd saerltlce
lly tlgureU In most of Detroit's scoring,
Often Hush Is iih nliulile und nnliihed and
bu.y ii factor on a bull team hi any of the
shortstop, that come here u-vlaltlng
.M.ilel bit the hall lianlT than any of his
mutes. Ill tirst prod whs kllhil by High's
.nun running catch.
Mutty buy. he illsrovered that It wiit hard
to Keep up enthu.l.iNin after having won
two pennants. Honewr. tlin .ncc. they
nave nau in winuinK worin s serKi isn I
likely to make tho (Hants blaee,
Slay l proving ns had a month as
' "eather. o postponing the opening until
?'Hr ftoulJ l '" "'
"There Is a possibility," we r informed,
"that the giun-s In the American le-aguc
will be cut from nine to seven IiiiiIukh."
About as much in thero li of the calls per
Inning being cut from thren to two.
"I iIont spt-clfy tho hour ut which my
nta&eit must ko to bed.'
Hlcke, "tnit I tlo demand that they get up
ul ";3 and get elabt hours sleep." Mr
have been trying to ilgure this out, but If
lllrkey'H rule doesn't require hl athletes
to be lu bed b 11. 4i o'clock he mug have
some fast sleepeis.
Onr, Ten-r has lined Hill Sweeney of the
Culm and Lee .M.igte of the Cardinal. ISO
eath for their tight on the Held I'l Ut.
New York State I.CHue,
All games po.tpaned (rain)
Wilmington Reading, S.
At Allenton-n Vork, S; Alltntonn, I,
Hurrivburg -Trenton (ruin),
N'twport N'ews, 7; 1'prtsniouta, S.
I'ctersbiug, 7, Itlchirionit, 4.
Itoaneke, t; Norfolk, 1 (ten Innlngi; datlt-
North ( urollna l.eajiie.
tin nsboro, Hi Athriltle, .1.
Hui'lgh, 0, Wlnstoii-Saliini, I
i'l. irlotte, 3; Durham, 4,
ilalienton, 4: Auntln. 0.
Waco 14; f;ui .MH ii li 1.
1) illus'llraumoiit wet crnunrif
Port Worth-ltouKton, wet groutvit
K. I, T. I.engue.
I'.nluc'ili. i 1'alro, w.
(Jwentbnro, 4; Clark. vllle, 3
ruilltn Coast l.eaue.
At Sun Pr.ini.lsio Man I'r ini'l.co, 3,
At Lu. Angeles -Venire, .1; Portland, ?.
At H.icramento lo Angelen, 4. Hucra.
Metliphls, ., Mobile, 1,
('Ihitliilioi'g t. I New Orleans
MouiKonii-o, 7, Nushiple 4,
llll 1 1 1 1 1 1 si 1 1 1 1 1 ii Alliinl.i, 3
TRUCE FLAG TO FOES
Phillies Owner Makes Teaceful
Visit to Washington Park
and Sees Tip Tops Tic.
HE AND JOHX M. HOBNOB
Old Friends Leave Seatoiv Out
of Conversation Game Ten
Innings in Length.
Brooklyn, Si Flttabtarg, J (ten Innlnn).
lndlanapoll. .Kansas City: rain.
Clilc.iio-St. Louis; net ground..
Standing of the Clubs.
W. I. W!
Baltimore... 12 3 .70S
Si. Loui., ..IS U .Ml
Indlanapolltll 1 .(711
Kan.a City. 0
crueato it 10 .!4
l'ltttburr In Ilrnnklyu.
lialtlinore in Huffalo.
Tlie Tip Tops olid Hehrla entertnined a
handful of Federal fiuis at Washington
I'.irk yesterday afternoon and tho result
was a ten Inning ilraw at live runs apiece.
William V. Uaker, president of tho Phil
adelphia Nationals, was one of the few
coM ilctlnrs. lie stuck It out to the hlttor
end, If .Mr. Uuker came as 11 rvpresenta-
tlvo of organized bxvball to count the
crowd 110 had the next best thing to u
holiday. Work couldn't havo Interfered
greatly with his pleasure of the afternoon.
One would never have dreamed that tho
genial Sir. linker was the same man who
had hailed the backers of the Hrookfeds
Into tho civil courts on a suit for K-r,00
dam.iges over tho loss of l'ltcher Tom
Seuton. Husiness Manager Ward of the '
1 if, i,,i Kimvu ine ui'.tu in in.' 1 nun.
with such n handsome edlllee. (kKsl thing
for Atr. llaker that C. II. Kbbets wa
howling westward and did not overhear
KU0i, si(rrllego against Ubbets Field. The
-iv-nt ,lr.,iiii.l.no hint of Hifht The mine
r'N"1H droppePno mm or ngnt. J " .
of Tom Seaton was not evefi mentioned.
John M. Ward who, by the way, nn-
nounced that fuluro Tip Top games win
' begin at 3 o clock deservei more creUlt 1
! than any of the afternoon's entertainers.
He suierllitcnded tho construction of the
I ,..1 1 i .. ..,.i i,.i. e
. . . . ... ,
;piujiiiK utiu ui.u 11c iiiw. w"' .
It. -mat a game was ui hii jxissiuie niier
I the lu'avy rains of the nlgnt was mile (
less than marvellous. It must be reniem-
' . .... . 220.127.116.11 ..r ... ..m.. I
oereu 111.11 ine iiiiiiinu in uir n.-.i i rurm.
,a,k Is not grassed, but It Is m. well
,iralnel that with the exception of a few
uniT ti,e fem.,s the pasture was
uiut a Hve as the urdlnary meadow I
unjer Hmtlar weather conditions.
. ne ...,,r tin. tinhl won nut fast. That
evidenced almost .-very moment. It
i,i,u...l i the lack of siie.d on the base
blows that ordinarily would have b.-en I
good for extra Ii.imis. The batters h.ul to
lilt In sequence, and clout hard In thu
bargain to negotiate tallies.
Pert Maxwell, once a Giant, and line!-1
7.er, a deserter from tho Brooklyn Nl- j
tlonnls, were thu pitchers who figured In i
the extra Inning tie. In nine of the ten
innings Knetior outpltclie.1 ins rival, nui
Sivaee.lf 3 10 10 0 Cooper.ef
Holly.... 4 0 ft I 3 O'Myers.lb,
'';V' J I i1: i S
'vYi -I. 5 1 t 5 4 J,
ihr'rf 4 1 1 : J o
ill.Ib 3 o ft 1 1 0
ner.n 4 ft : 3 s o.
I 1 A 1 1 A A
OaKe..el. u v u v i v r.. ,.,.
I.'iiiuit.ih 1 " 1 0 5 0'llnfm'l
M'Dalu rt 5 1 : 1 t o We.'HUb 3 o ft 1 1 0
i.el:b. 4 1 1 4 3 0 r.airnier.n 4 ft : 3 3 0
Herry.e. . H 01! J Uand.r.. . 4 ft 1 3 0 o
Kn'ti'r.p. I 0 111 1 Maxw l.p 4 o o o 6 n
,'rr'l1' ' . . i 5 MivU'in i ft n o s (i
n'ti'r.p. 3 0 1111 Maxw l.p 4 o o o o n
Tnt-d.N 11 Total. ..iii to 3ft 14
Pittsburg ii)ftOon?ft o-
Uroo'.lyn , o 0 0 0 ft ft 4 0 (. -6
Kir.t ba" on error Hrooklyn. Irt on haw.
IMt.burj, k: Hrooklyn. I. First bar on ball.
-Off Maxwell. 6! off Knetter, 1 MrueU out
Hv Maxwell. :: by Knetjer. a. Tbn-e tiase hlt
-lnnox, Mellon lid. Two bae btts-Hratlley,
McDonald. Knetier. Myer. Kvan. rijcrillce
su,lir.ll.. llrrul!-r. Ilerrv Stolen bases-
Cooper. 1jcr. Evnn, Murphy. Double plav
McDonald and llradley 1'asse.l ball- Berry-, Hit
by pitched ball lly Maxwell iLewHi; by Knet
ier tWenenili. I'mpire In chief- -MeCormlck.
lirennan. lime ; nours anu j
NOTES OF THE TIP TOPPERS.
Hebe! (lake., who w.m temporary manaeer
of the 1'lttnburg Keda for several day., ha.
received word from President Uivlnner that
he now Is full fledged manager of the club,
succeeding Do- Ueosler.
Who said they li-.il tleidened the Federal
Leanue tiall? Two triple, and five do-iblm
In one gamo doeiin't look much like It.
Hut for the short fence, nonie of them
extra basn blows might hava been good for
The Pltt.biirc Federal, certainly are living
like malor leaguer.. Thev travel to and
from the game each day by motor and at
the expen.e of Prr.ldent On Inner.
Th. in.. )Br. In Ihn u.irlit for rireil.
Solly Hnfman, according to his form of
the two rame. here. Is the cleanup position
of tne batting ortier no now Kruct-r. n
Lennox hail not nau an hijack hi niinn
.taggers In that horrible rlcht and fallen
uowu on an ru.j pup nj .vii, u,n.i rw.i
ue nuirB. in me ciic-,
In the sixth Inning Danny Murphy showed
ie of his copyrighted wallops that would
ive been good fur a double hud the ball
,t hit a puddle. Tim old boy Isn't Ml1
sure on III. leri un 11,1 u.ni in it, iiu V ri ,
as lie suoweu wntll no wan iiiiuinrii on iur
bug on a linn tly to right
Mr, l'.bbete might changH hi. opinion of
tho utide.lt ability of fhortstop liugnirr if
the 1'latbiiHh Su'ilre could his forinnr
lliailin Ul It iu.niiiM.uii I. .in. iMiinri a .r.-
or.d single ye.terday ilrnin In two rumi
and tied the nenr. He tlHH hint five hi!.,
I iri-aualllK n nouoin, in pikhi inur. ai uai
Havage made the worst ml.tuhe of the
ilny lu tho eighth Innlna- h: tieldlng the
bail to second when J'.vuna tingled. Cooper
pulled up bHtween second und third ad
lood watching the ball until It had aliuo't
reached thn left fielder. A throw tn thu
plate would have shut off the tlmt run of
I the Inning and Htnppel lltooklyiis rally
bi forn ll had fairly started,
I Perry la a far bettor catcher than the
i Humimiry of stolen bo. would Indicate,
i livery time one of his man throws would
trap a runner flat footed tl o receiver would
stand entranced with tho ball till the sue.
reading bane had been pilfered.
The Federal l.eiguo follows the National
Lague plan of working olf po.tponemeut..
DoubleTieaders, unless scheduled nrlKlli.illj ,
are barred In all Ilrst series between tlie
different club.. The club president at whose,
grounds a po.tponement or u tl vuine occurs
selects the dale on which It will be decided
Mouth Atlantic l.raiur,
Cnlunibla, s; Macon, 1
.Iscksoin lib , 5, Charleston, 3
Albany, u', Savillinull, 4,
Coluiiibu., i; Augusta, Z.
' American Aunelallun,
At MlnneapolU Minneapolis, 10; Clove.
,i Kansas ("Ity Loul.vlllc, r. ; Kens.u
At Hi Paul -St Paul, D). I'olunibus. 4,
lnillaii'ii'iHs.Mllwauki.e, game posip'ined
Joplln, to; McAlr.ler, I,
Oklahoma City, t; M inker te,
Tul.a-furt Umlth, riln, f
On their way further west the Bostons
stopped off In I'lttsburg yesterday and
plnytd a ten inning lis with tho Pirates.
The gnmrj booked for St. Ixmls wan
cAllcd oft on account of cold weather.
rittburir, li nonton. I (ten Innlncs)
S(. IiQtilii'CUlciiKO! culd nvathe..
Detailed SUadlac mt the Clabl.
5 " 3
New York In Pittsburg.
Ilrnoklyn In Chicago.
l'lilU.lelplil.i in tst. Loulr.
Boston In Clnclnnntl.
BRAVES HOLD PIRATES EVEN.
Ten InnliiK tinmp Hniled hy tlnrk-
ne Pltehers Score Only Huns.
PtTTHnt.'hil, May 12. Tlie lloston
Hraves made their tirst appearance of tho
season hero to-day, and after they and
tho Pirates had battled desperately for
ten Innings t'inpiro Klein c.illed the game,
KM djtrktleHM Uiiy i,ufli0Hnv l'nitf .,.t
Itudolph wero tho oppoMng pitchers, and
both performed well. .Singularly enough.
each pitcher soured the only run his side
made. Itudolph lilt safely In tho sixth,
went to second on Kvers's sacrifice and
scored on Dugcy single t left. In tho
last half of the same Inning Cooper
single.! and scored when Carey hit down
the right Held foul lino for three buses.
-- . i-
t;,... ... ,, V ku, t "I ,1 1, ii i
..1 vine.. 1 i 1
Uliall'jr.c 0 1
M.ltlll ,'f. 4 1) 1 4 .0 '
ituii'pn.p 4 1 1 0 : u
Total., .r. 1 ( si 15 1
Baited fur Collin, la the mxth tnnlnr
tlutkit Jor Connully 111 the el.'titti iniuuc
Uo-tnn 0 11 11 ft 0 1 0 'i e 1
lltt.hur.- . . 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 4 v ft-1
lure, t.rt iiii..?.
Hires baw hit-Carer. Saerlflce hit-Kvrrs.
Double )il,v.rMaramilfe. Kiers and N hml.lt.
Kirn ha 011 ball. OH Cooper, 1 ; off Hudolph,
!,lr"'-'k 0111-Hy Cooler, ; by HiiUolph. l.
ltt on ba-ee--Pilt. burs', Z; Ho.tou. t Vlrkt
i.w 011 error-lltt.luri., 1: lloston. 1. Time
1 Hour ami ST mliiuto. I mpirr
n rTlTrx I IT T T T lirnfll
Cfffin A V R Alii 1 1 ,& WPIH .
IF BACKERS DON'T GAIN
Vi.liinl.ipv fun trilni t imw VII
' Olllllllirv I. III! 1 Tl 1)11 1 1(11 All
INuht, Hules Flnshinsr Judae,
for Ohiiio Costs Money.
. .... ...... , , .,
. mi in i ii i i" I'll., i...i.ei...ii .i.ii
,l'..'.f ,u,".I,rom'',,'-r'" "''
.rotlt by the v. mure, according to a
, .,1, .,1.111. it-
. i. i.,
obHgHl to purchase them iind that many
hid entered without charge
rho Magistrate 'aid : "I realize that
It costs money to play baseball, and these
men. I have been Informed, have to pay
(1 fiAn fn iIia in,. .iF llin ttol.l Tli ..on ,1
It costs money to p ay baseball, and these
men. I have been Informed, have to pay
$1,000 for the use of the Held. There are
other expense, and I don t see l ow It Is a
'vvv "" "J ',' ,
otnPr PXp.nKe. and I don t see l ow It Is a
j violation of the law to accept voluntary
Tho Hushwlck. la-st year wvre known
as the nidgewisn!" and olllclnls of that
nine were summmieil to court Ke. nty-Mx
times. All th- M.iglstrates held tlieni fur
the Court of Special Sessions. In tho Hist
case four met, wvre lined K.0 e.,eh Th-
others got suspend..! scntenc.-s. The at-
i torneys for th
tisim appealed and the
higher court sustained the Court of Spe-
clal Sessions. The men last year were
charged with selling tickets at the en -
trance to tlie grounds, but alleged that
only bona tide members could witness tho
HARRISBURG FROZEN STIFF.
Muse FrlKhtrnerl II tin hers Victims
Kven for Thorpe Score 1S , ,.
llAKiusiiur.o. Pa., May 12. Suffering
from a sudden nnd severe attack of stage
fright the Harrlsburg Trl-State League
team proved easy picking in an exhibition
game with tho New York Giants here to
day, taking tho count willingly by U. to 1.
The wonderful ail around work of Thorpe
i Oil III'- i.enw ...,.o ,,.. , m...
' great Joy for his old time admirers. The
NEW YORK (N. L l.iHAKKISnt ItO 'T.S.L.)
al) r li p a e' ab r h p . e
3 14 3 Oeri.Sh. 4 C 1 1 3 C
, . . i s o o f!iiilvk.lf s ft a I 0
. ,r; : ,
.,",..!.' ... .
, ;r,rv Vf 4
V " f . ' 4
I viltse lb 5
a . e o u t nsi.ri . ;i i j i
S 3 4 ft ft' Key erf.. 4 0 0 S 0
3 1 0 0 0 M'Chy.il) 8 0 114
0 2 4 1 ft'Coi H I lb 4 ft 1 l: 0
0 1 B 1 0' Hilllly.e. . 4 0 111
n l : 1 e H'rkii'H.c 3 0 0 1 1
ft o o o liohaii.p , l o o o t
1 1 o o ii Weru.p.. 0 0 0 0 3
2 1 0 01'Cl.irke... 1
y.. , ( .. 0
. . i
j i. im-r!,'0
i t,,ii. -it. ir. ir n
s fti Total. 50 1 ;'4 11 e
Hatted for Wiru In the ninth inuln.-.
New York 1 3 0 ft i ft 4 . - 15
llaxrlsburg . o 0 0 0 o 0 ii " J- - 1
I..-Itou .im -llarrisnurg. i.; -rw ) nra, 4
.. .... ..i.....u.i i...n i-i.-a,,,!. sif.i., i...--,..
llll I lj I'll- l r.i ...... - ,- ,, ....r-
S-hiipP. Thorpe, lirant. Cnt l'.n.d ball
llariilii". .lohn.oii. Two bae hit Muiray
Three b.ie bit Dyer. Hume run- Thorpe.
Double play--llalitv, MiCurthy and Civ-kill,
struck out -H rtcliupp, : liy l'.i'mer.i, 4,
First base nu bulls Off SclHipp, I: nft Weitr,
? olf ilohaii. 3. Umpire Tliene. 'l"inie l luitir
and I'' mimites.
Ptnvlrtetice. Ji .Motiireal. 1,
Hochr. ter-Jersey City- H.llll
.sxandlni nf th Club.
W. L. IX ( w L.
nnehtrr,..l ' .MT Jersey City., 7 U
' Ne.ik. ... 1 .!! 1 1 lluffalo T V
Toronto, , ..U 1 ,.'iV Providence., T d
naltlmote. .to S .IMiMontreil tt
! Jersey City In Hoehster.
i New-ark tn lluflalo.
Providence In Montreal,
I H.iltliiiurn lu Tiiriililo.
h h i:
Prmld.nee,, , 0 : ft 0 0 I 1 0 n. -s It l
.Montreal ., ftOOOOIIto I ;
Ha 1 1 orlei- Hrnlley and .1 iin.low , ruueh.
nun. Dale, Mumiu and Madden
Hrooklyn. Waahlnitun Park Pltt.burg
Feds vis Urooklyn Feds, I p. l To-d.y.
- '. X' .. . ,",.. . sutmd tho contract obliirat 011s of the nate s offer hk .1 Ink.. ' The n. w tr.illle nrrtinireinei.t w . iv
I 1 . v v i'ihi' jit turn 1 iiiii
UNDERGO COURT TEST
Kurt Hnpeinan Case Up To-day
Here May Settle Question
Long In Dispute.
SALAKY CUTS TnK ISSUE
Jennings Believes His Detroit
Tigers Are Destined to
Organized baseball and tho B.ifclult
Pl.iyern Fraternity will In nil probability
croH swords for the first time to-day In 11
local l.iw court. John Conway Toole,
chlof counsel to lho National Commission
In tho many sfuaibbles that have been
precipitated by and otfalnst the Trium
virate, expects the Kurt T. Hagcman case
to be called Homo time during tho 0y.
It was on the calendar for yesterday
afternoon, but 11 prior suit was unfinished
when the court adjourned.
Tho Ilagemnn cu.se Is Interesting to the
powers of organized basoball chltlly lie-j manager, with the posslblo exception of
cause It has 11 dltcct bearing on the I Hresnahan. llreisnah.'in has never com
contract rights of players who 1110 turned ' h'm!:e,f "? the eubjei t iu his
, .. . , , , . ., , . sentiments have been learned from on
bact to minor leagues during the playing , ,t lo- soutce.
season, tlageman. who Is now a pitcher I
r of th at. Louis Cardinals and on the Ude
a member In good fctiuidlng of tho l'ra-
t""". "sked that body rather than the
V...I......1 ......iui... ... ...11..... nll......l
llaKeman was a member of the iv.,.-!d'
champion lied Sox of 1912. but w;is eon
!.ir.,.i 1,.. u,.i, r... tni, ..v..i,..u...
iii nox, signing me pitcher to a new
contract of course.
When Hageman f.illid to live up to ex
pectations for the Skeeters the manage
I ment of Jeisiy City sold hltu tu Denver of
tlu- Western t-ngtit. A drop to lower
classltlcatliiti naturally entailed a cut In
salary. Hageman refused to nibinit to
the ro-luctlim. He maintained that ho
nan Mgncii with th
i tlw se.unin nt
willing to give his services tn exchang
his servkes In exenange
ror trie stipulated salary and that he
would not submit to any i eduction.
Hag-man subsequently returned to Hus
ton, where he reported to the. team caeh
tday It was home and whole he practised
when It was out of town. He claimed
that as he had not been released imcon
dltIoii.il! and was n Hue physical condi
tion lloston should pay him for his ter
vices. Pr.sldellt FultZ of the 1'r.lteriilli- who
has been Instrumental In securing a num
ber of reforms In the treatment of play
ers by club owners, behoves that n con
tract which Is signed in good faith should
be binding on both parties. He aigiu-s
inai ii ih uniair ror tho terms of suih
contract to be arbitrarily altered by
I either party during the life of the
I document. The Fraternity boss be.
i Heves that When n mnlor !.v.-,i,
Player Is returnrd to .1 minor league com:
, p,ltlj. tn club so ,lls,H)!SlnK o ,,,, 8houll
t,a mull,, tn irtmr.kntw th.. full LU1..P.
. 'rrins for the life of the instrument, mak-
' ... "lT" rSm 'f mcfs!"f'
I "'" '""cteiice which a minor league club
I t , , ,,,, , of (vpn paJ.
' lug up out of its own pocket If
, 1 1 "loinih vnmij tiitiiiB,
'" ,rM"f fr a verdict favorabl
I tfugeniiiu's claims against Hoston 1
belli vm he will 1,.. nhln ...tl.. r,.
time the alleged unfairness of s.
slashing In the Instances of major I.
,ic,ir,lH tKm.d to appro;.., ...nti
.sj.ouhl he los.. the argument this
, ho has another string to his bow Ii
v ... ...
,sj.0uh , i9 the argument this time
, h has nnother string to his bow In the
d.uj. .joi,c, case, which Is almost Men-
tlc.il and which would be fought out In
u.ny -joi.es case, wnirii is almost lilen-
tle.il and which would be fought out In
, the courts of Illinois.
Hugh Jennings, th" liry l-ader of the i
Jletrolt Tigers, believes he bus a better!
, ciub than the ono with which he won
championships In HnlT. li0. and 1P03 ,
"I am not claiming any pennant vet"
.il,l Hugh, "but 1 will be In the rate all the
way. I have a far better infield row
' Hums and Kavannuch are slmnlv won.
ders, and they are Improving with uverv
start Claud Hosmnn wns never a high
1 class fielding Ilrst baseman. Ho could hit.
but that let htm out
"Now 1 have an Infield that can field,
hit and run the haecs with the best,
There need In no worry over tho out-1
ueni. eacn is a very tine running mate
for Sam annd Ty. 1 think 1 will have
liett-r pitchers than I ever had before, for
, 1 have a lot of corking young fellows
. ' ! ' J""". f-"'
tho live wlrts 1 picked up. llt-lilt-H I havo
something that I lacked when 1 was win-1
nlng pennants a good catcher. In fact, I
am well fortllteil behind the but." I
The feeling between Detroit and Phila
delphia ever since l!n)7 has been so bitter i
that Hugh may be a little prejudiced to
ward the Athletics,
"I never could so where Connie Mack I
rhoiild have been llgurcd as a cinch for
the pennant this year, !I has a good
team, of course, but ho has to depend too
mucn on his two veteran pitchers, Plank
mill Uender. UN young pitchers are not
as classy as most people believed. The
Athletics won a lot of games la-t ear
through pure slugging. They riro likely
to find much stronger pitching tills sen.
son. 1 know they will agul..st Detroit,
"Hurry N to my mind tlie greatest de
fensive unit of Mnck'H liillold nnd his ab
sence will lie sorely felt, if l can hold
my lead through this Invasion of thn
Fast and return home nut In fruit the
Athletics will never see inn for dust nftet-
I exiiert ll great deal of assistance
from 1'raiik ("nance tills year," conclud-d
Hughle, "His team N a rcvchitliin p me.
He certainly has ii(viinipllnh"d wonders.
The old Cub commander Iiiih his young,
sters playing Cub baseball, They will
help ine liy knocking down the Athletics
it ml Washington with far more fieipiency
than they used to do."
Tyrii Itaymond Cobb, tlie sensation
outfielder of Detroit, decluicH ho hut'
never once entet tallied the Idea of Jump
ing to tho Federal League,
"1 am under contract to Detroit," Fatd
Ty, "and once my word is given I abide
by it. No money roubl tempt tne to
break a contract. As a matter of fact
the Federal League Is not trying to wean
me away with any 125,000 salary. Pres.
Ide-it Navln and I are vety good friends.
He has always treated me most fairly nnd
I shall do tlie same by him. If 1 ever
go In tho Federal League It will be with
clean hands and after my piesent con
Prospect Park Itaarball Kemilt.
loininerclal Hecnnd., 12, Hoys' lllfh
p h. n. :: p. H i.. !
Hedford Y M. i' A Juniors, 11 li.slern
District V M i' A, Juniors, i.
Prnrct Park V M. C. A. Midget. .10!
La.tern Dl.trlit V. M C. A, Midget. 1.
Tardn.r A. C tt; Prospect Heights Club, I,
Pre.., i; The Sub. :i.
v ..ii.iuinoHJ.i v. iiujuni uurnci. . Itnjs Only lie !4na
salary arlevunces against the lloston u , ' ,. ' "
Americans. President DavlJ, 1.. Fultz of 1 , ' T,' 'V'H,', - "'lng an of
, , , ., . , 1 fer by Charles II. Thomas, president of
the players organization, wlw Is a law- thn Chicago Cubs, to acquire Pitcher
yer of this city, liegan a civil suit as a , Harry Salleei. First llasemati Jack Miller
test case relative to tho arbitrary jioner ' and ( lutllelders Chief Wilson and I.-o
of accepted baseball law. ' Magee In a trade with the Cardinals,
Mcdonald to fork over.
Gllmore's Conference Prevents Any
TtociiESTCit, May 12. In response to a
tubpeena calling for his appoaranco before
tho Grand Jury hero to-day President
James A. Clltmnro of tho Federal League
made a hurried trip from New York laBt
night. District Atlorny Ilarrett wnnted
to find out what th Federals were going
to do about tho $300 advur.ro money paid
by tho Itochestur club to Tex McDonald,
who later Jumped to the Pittsburg outlaws.
McDonald jumped the Itoihotnr contract,
but didn't lettirn the J310. and Chaplti set
lh- in.iuhliiery of the D!trlct Attorney's
otllcR In motion tu iind out If criminal pro
ceedings could not bo lodged against cither
the pl.ijer or the new league.
Ollmore had u ronferenen with tho Dis
trict Attorney, nf'or which it was uu
nouticnl that the matter uould o nettled
without recourse to any criminal action,
presumably by tho return of tho advance
money to Chapln. Ollmoro then left for
lluffulo, there to change trains for Chicago.
HANK 0'DAY TO BE RETAINED.
1'reslilent Thomas of Cutis Denies
Report of .Mnnauer (JiiIiik.
Mr. Ijuib, May 12. As ho departed for
f'hlcagu to-day President Thomas of tho
Chicago Cubs declared ther.' win no truth
In the P'lHiit that Hank O'Day Is to bo
dismissed m manager and that Itoger
llresnahan Is to he appointed In his place.
The present chief Is not lesponslble for
the Cubs' poor showing, Thomas said, and
therefoio he has no Idea of making a
The Players nro satisfied with fi'Dav as
, SALLEE'S SALARY RAISED $500.
I Sonthnnn .lrceta, lint for Thirty
I OUHr. was turne.i Mown uy rresiuent
iiritton, Manecs seasons salary was
boosted .".i)0 by Ilrlttou to-d.i
Iti accepting the raise In p.tv S.ilb-e
TVlTJTltT A TLT 1 TTP A Tl nr TT A TlTf A TJTl
ivniiuuu niumu ui ana nxi.
i.t-iiuiiiH urn itnin iihii ll
After !t liniliius ltrilu 'lo-itny.
Camhiiipui:. Mass.. May 12 ILtln neces
sitated railing the Hat v.iiil.Fordham
game at the end of tho thlnl Inning tills
', ",.l'JU" "" ' """" lo"
In the first inning llerrlgan. Caimll nnd
t'onway of Foulh.im huiiclieil singles for
a run, and the visitors scored twice more
In the third Inning, when Kit man und
Kane singled and Vlviano iloiibl.-l. In all
sl hits were m.ule ag.i.nst Harvard's left
bander, I'rje. Harvard's run. scored In
the ilrst Inning, was fiintd acrosH the
plate by Wal-h. who after pns-dng Mnhan
nnd being hit for a single by Clark, pass, .1
Nath ami Ay.-r.-. but then fanned Mil
holiand with the bases tilled,
I lmseball team telephoned from Cambridge
lust night the decision of the nine to stay
over thern tn.d.iy and play the game with
Harvard that was cut short by rain yes-
teiday. A game had been scheduled for
to-day with City College as the vlsttnr
to Fordhani Field. The Fonlham au
thorities notified tin management of the
latter last night that. In older to prevent
dlsapilnt.mnt. if it Is lu
,-.. .'ollec of New Yotk
tn shitt the
to take the place of the varsity.
Seven Ited. Itenilv to .lonilif
Sr. I.ot ts, May 1.. It s rumored he
that Pitcher Iteiiton. I'atchcr I'luk and
live other CliKlnnntl Pa-etiall players nave
agreed to Jump p the Fed. r.il League if
the ten days reload, eimse Is declared
Illegal In the case .if l'it.-er Chief .lulu,.
s,,,, tt u s.U.I tint tne uI-ihs gn-e
li- u-iirit h. re to forlfe.ll Hrown and
1 n,.i,ei Oikd l.t in. I..
New Hiisbind League.
n-.rhburg - Wor. ester, game pottpened
L.iwrence.llaierhlll, g.iiue purtponcd
'rf ,. , ..inoned (riln)
i i,fwonJ Vi.t Un. "0P ' "''
v"""; --J, 10,1 110 (i'"'"' Uhe genuine Light Wciatit tnt)
i-y''- sv.' ' , 1 r" '""'d drlie and ci nter control In.u ur. rnt Imart t " !
'iy". ' 'I I in ken Hearing. Culllii. Cnr'nln. Siirer 'ug I'"'""
iV;, nNN,s,i -rc 1 ""' I 'I (Ten-it lain 1'nr.iin. White llrn.i - tn rai. -
"csvi', ''fy'.'X bcar'ni'S Warner ims , All ili.i.r. m' 'r.j A
r -.-S f r-J, ', fully equipped I ni'l'uD tl g HI I t il I'lectr'- 'r i i r c-s . .
Ai '.""' S:' v.. ti. , ntid iKiiltliu with suto" aiic hp.ui. amm e
!',,V;''i-',,.(' ;i'v3V. .see I he Mnilll.
VvN.'.',S;!:si?V-"t-', ... SticamUne -$2250 Standard $J1.V)
' Moon Motor Car Co. of N. Y.
r V 237 West 58th St.. at Broadwa.
PRIZES FOR BIG ROAD
RACES TOTAL $50,000
Use Course Five Milm
THAFFKJ MIX IX .18TII ,
Xew Order Makinir It One Way
Street Dot hers
Italph dc Palma. the rant's, .- r
when he wns out In f-'.tn l-'raticle , n
February saw tho two courses t.' i
Pan.ima-1'aclflc world's fair people 1 n
mind to chooso trom If tliev , ,..
cessful In bidding for the Vnndrrl, (-.lt,
and fitund I'rlzo HUtomoblle rsi i .
of them Is partly within liold. ;.
Park, tho other outside of ,t. but p' ,
parallel. Thu couise outside tn.iif. rj
about ' miles uroiind. It has' feu iii lt1
and many long stretch's. A u '
asphalt It would bo posstlilo for th. rn,
to make all kinds of records on i', moie
to put out tho eye of the S.mt.i Mini, .
folks, who ran these races In l.nn r
and wero disappointed at not gittlng t un
The other course, which me isures oout
live miles around, has more turns anu .1
a far better course for good ra. m. ,.
though not as great Med will o i
slhlu on ll as on tho other limit i
cliances an; tho win Id's fair folits .1
settle on tho shorter course ns :1101c 1 k' ,y
to provide good racing, now they h.i tli
sanction for both race".
It Is understood that the plan . ,0 ,.
the races at least two wiel.s apart I'
will answer objection" thai wh 1,1 n
race are held In one place they 1 n . ..o
close together that the tlrst on. - o r
shadowed in Impiirtunce b t.ie m t
'I'he n. w tr.illle
I Fifty -eighth street, between Sevi
' mi" ntid llroadway. Is made a f.
, , tJ ... ,,fn..ii, , t....
.Tliete is no sUn to show tlmt tr.it!
move only west bound through t i
and the tr.illl.i olllcer ut the liro.el r,y
iii'.d Fifty -elgntb street Intersection i ;,t
busy whisKtng to turn back motorist who
swing eastward through the blink, .-en-
er.illy those so offending being bou:cl nn-th
There It a Hi e house in the blui h H""
Is tenerally pretty well lined along b
curbs with autnmoblles having 1ms -s
with th agencies on tlie way. T. ref r
It was highly necessary to man a
way street ot It so that the Hrt appaiar
might readily git through. Km the p..ii
did no Include a mttlio.l of letting f -
know of tin new a: r.uigeiiiciit. and t
in finding out about It one by one w.
they try tu turn tlitougli It to the we.t
"Tl.e poor Judgment shown by buytr.
who dtlay too long in placing ordtrs fo
thelr new cars Is well lllu'traud in tne
case of the Hudson light six," ssiys Sam
uel S. Toback. president of the A, nilln' !
Hanncy Company, local Hudson dlstribi
ters. ".lu.si as soon us it liecamc ge i
erally known that the factory produce i
nni -old out buyers began to acratt b
for tar Dealers everywhere are '
sieged with orders. The factory Is b t
deluged with telegrams. Offers of p
miuins are made by disappointed udmlr. .
of the car. This tribute to the poptil .
ity of the car was not unexpected bv us
Hut In spite of our urging ther. s
many disappointed would be li'"i
owners in New Tori: to-day."
Since the first of the year ali i1
women have been graduated fr. i
automobile school of the West Sid' " '
C. A. "Women mnko good 'in r
says It. C. Hrokaw, principal '
school. "They are esieciady V
locating motor troubles. J Is i "
of tl.o course purposely to rpierr re -
I mi inai iney win nm tun aim i.ir - s
I tl.e students to tlii.l the troulil, . ' v '
the motor running again. We have '
it Is hard tn fool the women s'', e
they Incitte the c.iue of th" tr-ml '
La. tern As.m iiitlon,
Al! games poMpomd fivet for n
Light Weight Six?
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the A B C's of Moon Construction, its part?. ta
I possibilities and upkeep economy facts: with the c.c
before you to illustrate each point. It will interest ru
it will inform you.
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