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THE SUN, MONDAY, JUNE 1, 1914.'
Manager Stattings Calls Feds' Cause Forlorn Hope W. A. Larned Shows Old Skill With Racket
STALLINGS SAYS FEDS
LOSE IF THEY WIN
Cannot Pay Snch Salaries mid
Hope to Make Both Ends
Meet in Long Hun.
TOUGH ON MAJORS ALSO
Miller, Magcc, Wingo and
Orincr Said to Be Heady to
Leap to New League.
Ocorsn T. Stalling!, manairer of the
Boston National, declares that tho Fed
eral LeaRUe In on the verse of ruin. To
the outlaw movement the Ills Chief at
tributes the tllncouraKlng lack of Interest
In major league baseball to tlato. In the
opinion of this shrutvd student of tho
summer game the Independent circuit Is
row attempting one last desperate throw
for the stakes It has lost by trying to
wean from the organization tho principal
stars of the habitual second division clubs.
"Federal League agents havo been very
busy In the West trying to luro away
all Nntlotial league players whoso con
tracts rmhracu the ten days clause," said
mailings yesterday afternoon. "1 believe
the suinu tactics haw been employed
ngalnst the American League. Hackers
of the Independent cause have been hooked
nlrcady for thousands whole they had at
first Intended to spend hundreds. They
are wilting to risk morn money In the
liopo of retrieving what has been lost so
The Federal League Is bound to lose
If It wins. Thero Is no room for three
major leagues, with the talent avail
able at tho present evolution of baseball
there urn not enough food players for
two leagues, let alone, three
"If I were In control of organized base
ball." continued the llery lender of the
llraves, "I would welcome tho Federal
league Into the organization with open
nrms. Nothing could more effectually
convince theno promoters of the folly of
Tlmo Is bound to ruin tho Federal
league. J tut organlfled basebnll Is bound
to suffer too. It has suffered so far this
neason. In the first place the two big
leagues cannot afford to pay the high
salaries forced onto them by the new
born competition. A major league fran
chise to-day Isn't worth a chuw of to
bacco. It will not bo for throe years to
"New York Is tho only city that has a
chance to make any money this season.
It has Its own peculiar following nud
cither of Its teams has only to stay In tho
light to be successful financially. Ue-1
trolt bus a cliuncc to 110 well too It Jen-1
nlngs can keep his Tigers somewhere
near the leaders. With Ty Cobb he has
b grand road attraction. Hut I will bet
that tho world's champion Athletics lose
11 hundred thousand dollars before the
world's series rolls round.
"The average major league club to-day
Is losing froni JGOO to $1,000 a week
without rtckonlng on salary advances
over former years. The major leagues
havo attracted treble the patronage of
the Federal. You can see from that
where Qllmore's colleagues get off. I
found out In Chicago that the backers of
tho Federals there already havo been
parted from ten times what they orig
inally planned to Invest. It Is tho money
behind such teams as this and tho one In
Urooklyn that has maintained the loslrg
fight so far. It Is only a question of time
before such men will either have to pull
out of the Federal league or go broke.
"Now York people are familiar with
the welcome that has been shown the
Federal Leaguo In Urooklyn. Meagre as
has been the attendance at Washington
Park It has been moro Mattering than In
most of tl... other cities. That is why the , If,',, "ArrKk"ouin? MUI. J: by
backers of tho Ollmoro enterprise nre.p,nton j. stolen baes-Carey. Oroh. lilts-
trying so desperately to entico away i
talent from the two major leagues. As
it Present constituted the Federal League
Is fnr too much tlavored of the bush to '
attract attention nt major leaguo prices.
Yet it has succeeded In Injuring organized
baseball by detracting some attention
from It and by forcing ridiculously heavy
nalarles upon the men who built up the
According to one of the Iloston. National
players who did not wish to havo his
name mentioned, u number of National
league players are likely to Jump to tho
'Federals at any time.
'1 am surprised," ho said, "that four Ht.
Louis Cardinals have not gone over before
this. Jack Miller told mo that he had
nlgnwl with thu St. Louis Federals and
, that Wlngo, Grltier and Mngco would all
make the leap with him.
"Tho Federal Leamio hag offered fancy
nalarles for three jeurs. The reHcrvo
clause and ten days option, I nm told,
havo been stricken from tho contracts so
that the deserters will havo protection to
the extent of tho fortunes of thu backers
of tho now leaguo."
George mailings Is of tho opinion that
Ht. Louis Is well represented In both tho
National uml American leagues. He hasn't
been the Drowns, of course, but the Cardi
nals have Impressed him us ouo of tho
smartest aggregations In his circuit.
"Miller Ilugglns has u well balanced
team." said Hlg (Jeorge. "Ho has good
pitchers, good catchers, average hitting
power and plenty of speed. Ilugglns Is
no slouch on tho bases, but ho Is the
ulowest man of the outfit."
Stalling!) declares that the Cardinals
nhould beat out Charlie Herzog's Ileds.
Tho latter team owes Us good position to
the hustling of McUraw's disciple who Is
tit the head of the Cincinnati entry.
Boston will have to get along in tho
Brooklyn series without the bervlce.i of
Hub Ferdtie. This follow, who Is traded
to the Giants every tlmo nn Imaginative
reporter 1b hard pressed for a topic, has
ten ailing for some time. He wns forced
to tako to his bed yesterday. It Is be
lieved he has nothing worse than an at
tack of tho grip.
CASTLE SOME AGAIN BEATEN.
Tfatnan Mrnns's Denver Horse to
Take Ills .Measure,
Denver. Kuthuti Straus's gray, gelding,
agnln defeated Castlo Dome, owned by
Dr. J, H. Ferstor. president of the Itoad
Drivers Association of New York, yes
terday In straight heats In tho cham
pionship class for trotters at the fourth
dprlng matinee on the New York Kpeed
way. Denver showed the best speed that
he has displayed this season and won
iboth heats with considerable to Fpare, In
1 :U34 and 1 :08 respectively.
The winners of the other events were:
Class A trotters, I. V. Hunt's Clover
I'atchj class It trotters, I. V. Hunt's
Kmlly H.; class C trot, J. Gllmore's Hilly
Barlow; class 1) "pate, tl. Oliver's Vlrgllla
Crooks; clat.5 1J trot, C. J. Fendt'i Kip
pewa; class K trot, Dr. C. I. Martin's
G, n. M. ; clabs II pace. T. J. Connor's
J'eerless Feto; class C! pace, O. tlall'a
Jtoy ; cUis D trot, IJ. Carpenter's Tommy
nhutllemirlli's OR Low Score.
1UT Sum, May 31. Itj the Memorlnl
nay iianuicnp, wium wns completed w
flay nt tho Oakland Clolf Club, K. Shuttle'
worth won the hlg trophy bv returning
a low net miro of Kfj strokes, having
six strokes to spare over H, Woodruff,
his nearest competitor. Mr. Bhuttleworth,
Mr Woodruff and V. (1, Thorno also
won points In the president's cup series.
IlyncaHng the Pirates yesterday, mak
ing four straight, tho Heraog outfit went
Into second place, a position so unfamiliar
that Herrmann's town Is delirious. The
Cubs swamped the Cardinals and passed
the Hrooklyns, who aro In seventh place.
Cincinnati, i: Pittsburg. 1 (flrit cams).
Cincinnati, t FHtaburic, 6 (second earns).
Chicago, 11; Ht. Luula, 1,
Detailed "ndloc ef ths Clabs.
8 2l ?
eS fi S I a
Nsw York... "tnsnl
ltlUburr.... "0 6 I ( ll !
Philadelphia. 1 1 1 "l 3 1
St, Louli,,.. 7"j"!"l7"s"i
Chtano 1 "3 j j t 2i
Urooklyn "3 "Ti "j "I "j
notion "oj"o t S 3'l
asm Lost., iilis u I is jjltilij
New York tn Philadelphia.
llo.Ion In Urooklyn (two fames),
Cincinnati In Ht. Lnula.
Plttsburi- tn Chicago.
BEDS LEAP TO SECOND PLACE.
Win One (linr lrom Pirates and
Cincinnati, May 31. Cincinnati
Jumped Into second placn this afternoon
by lrtun of their victory over J'lttsburg
In the tlret game of a double header and
tying up tho second, which was called at
the nd of the -tilntli Inning on account of
dnrknens. Mom than 30.009 persons saw
!' contests, uhlcli wcro hotly contested
inrougiiouu The scores:
ITTTSTlDaO (N. L.)
CINCINNATI fN. L.)
sb r h p a el
VIox.Sb... 3 0 0 0 1 1
ibrhn a e
Morsn.rf.. 4 0 0 1 0 0
Cnrey.lt.. 4 0 110 0
Hersor.as. 4 0 1 4 3 1
I-On (1.3U 4 1 1 0 2 0
r.roh.Sb... 4 0S110
Warn'r.ss 3 0 1 3 4 OlMars'na.lf 111011
Kone'y.lb 3 0 011 0 0 Uhler.lf... 0 0 0 3 0 0
Mltch't.rf .1 0 0 3 0 OltMlller.. 0 0 0 0 0 0
hellr.cf.. 1 n 1 : 0 ollllawllnirs 000000
Oibou,c. 3 0 0 4S 0'V.Ko'tt.lt 0 0 0 0 0 0
Keller.., 10 10 0 J ltoVi'l.lb 5 0 1 10 0 0
llarmrn.n 1 0 0 0 3 0 Nlehoff.3b 4 0 1 3 3 0
tllrult .. 1 0 0 0 0 0 IMlea.cf... 3 0 0 4 2 1
Clarke.c... 3 0 110
Totals. .50 1 6!lll ltArues.p... 3 110 4 0
I Totals ..M"s"ir 13 3
Hatted for olbson In the ninth lnnlnr.
fll.ittrd for Harmon In the ninth lnnlnr.
tllatted for Ubler In the etthth lnnlnr.
I Hon tor Miller In tho elehth lnnlnr.
Pittsburr 00000001 01
Two bate hits Carey, Clarke. Three base
lilt Leonard, Double nlay Hates and lienor,
First ba on balls Off Ames. 6: off Harmon,
3. Sacrifice blts-Nlehofr. (Itlnon. Struck out
Hy Ame.. :: by Harmon, 4. First base on
errors llttsburr. 3: Cincinnati. 1. Time 2
hours and 16 minutes
umpires ujron and
1'IITSntniO (N. L) I CINCINNATI (N. L.)
ab r b n a el iti t li n 1
Kellr.ef.. 4 0 110 1 Moran.rl.. 4 13 10 0
Carey.lt.. 4 1 1
M'C'hy.Jb 1 1
Warn'r.M 3 0 1
Konc'y.lb 3 2 1
Vlox.Sb.. 4 1 1
Mlteh'l.rf 4 0 1
nibsnn.c 3 0 1
M'Q'lan.p 2 0 1
Cooler.p, 10 0
Come'n.p 0 0 0
3 1 0
i-iiAftiinrfl 1 o o u
1 3 (
t'hler.rf.. 0 1 0 0 0 0
llerzor.M. US 1(0
Oroh.Ib.. 4 0 2 4 4 1
Hieraha'r. 0 0 0 0 0 0
llob's'll.lb 4 0 010 0 0
It.llci.ct.. 4 0 2 3 0 0
li 3 0
3 3 0
1 U 0
0 3 0
0 1 OjNIehoff.lb 3 12 12 2
0 0 Ojl.onzales.a 3 0 0 4 S 0
lienton.p,. 1 u 0 1 1 o
IKellorr.. 1110 0 0
Iar,p.... 0 0 0 0 0 0
ICrarke... 10 10 0 0
Dourlas.n 0 0 0 0 0 0
(V.Kolnl's 1 0 0 0 0 0
Totals. .31 t IRII 2,
Totals.. .37 S 12 27 IS 3
Patted for Moran In the seventh lnnlnr.
titan for Miller in the ninth lnnlnr.
tllatted for Henlon tu the filth lnnlnr.
Illatted for Ix-ar In Ihe seventh lnnlnr. .
IILilted fur Douclaa In the ninth lnnlnr.
lntuburr 00031001 -e
Called on account of ilarkness.
Two ta! hits Vinz, lienor. Konetehy,
Carey Three bawi hit Hates. Double play
Iterzor. tiron ana jiuomzeu. rirsi umo uu
Item on, 3; on
Off McQuillan, In six ami one-third Innlnrs;
off Henton. in fire Innlnrs: oft Leai . In two
Jnf; fmo'itMi Wco"nwS. S
( two thirds uf an lnnlnr. Uniplres-Orth
'limei s nours ana m minuira.
CUBS BATTER CARD PITCHERS.
Nmnck 1'rrrltt nud Nlrhnus for Total
at Twenty llnses.
ClllCAdo, May Si. Tho Cubs battered
two Kt. Louis pitchers for a dozen hits
and won the final game of the series. 11
to 1, which gavo them thrco of the four
games played. The Cubs got to I'errltt
and Nlvhaus for six extra, base hits, five
of them being doubles and one a homo run
hy Johnston. Dolnn's homer gavo the
Cards their only run. Tho score:
&T. IXHJIS (N. I..) CHICAOO (N. L.)
ab r h p a e ab r h p a e
llur'ns.Tb 2 0 0 3 1 0 Leoch.ef.. 6 3 3 2 0 0
f MlVr.If 10 110 O l'.ood.rf... 2 2 0 ( 1 0
Mareell 3 0 1 0 0 0 John-n,rf 1110 0 0
Cruise.. 1 o'O 0 0 OSaler.lb... 3 10 9 10
WhiiM "h 0 0 0 0 0 0 Zlm'an.Sb. 3 13 13 0
Ilnlan.rf. .1 1 2 2 0 0lSchulte.il 4 112 0 0
-T Mil1, th i n n s l o'Sw'ney.2b 2 0 0 2 2 0
Hlrenieii 1 0 0 0 0 OX'nrMen.sa 4 1113 0
Wllnon.ct 4 0 0 0 0 OlArcher.e.. S 0 1 S 0 0
Tluller.aa 4 0 0 1 1 1
Itarr've.o. 10 110 0
Wlnco.e., 3 0 0 6 1 0
lle.-k.3b. 3 0 0 2 1 0
l'errltt.P. 2 0 0 0 3 0
Meha's.D 10 10 10
Zabel.p... 4 110 2 0
Totals.. . 31 U 12 27 11 0
nv.i.i pin i r. M s 1
-tnr Mow in the eirhth lctninr.
tUattM lor J. Miller In the ninth lnnlnr.
i. T.iiL 100000000 1
Ch'lcaro 1 0 0 0 0 3 7 1 ..-11
t u lilt Tj'iich. 2: Dolau. Zimmerman,
2; Corrlden, Klebaus Homo run-Dolan.
ini..,.in,i MncHflt. hltn Saler. 2! Zimmerman.
Stolen bise Oorrlden. Double ply-ood and
Sweeney Left on baaea-M. iuis. t: tiuoaro,
6 First base on balls-Off I'errltt, 4: oft Mr
t,. . nff ZaheJ. z. Btruek ont-JDy l'esrttt.
2- by Zalwl, 5. Wild pitch Nlehsus. Time 1
hour aud CO minutes, Umplres-JUrler and
Kansas City. HHt. Louis. .
Uhlcaro, 1; InillaJiapolls. 0.
Htandlnr of the Clabs.
1. PCI W. L M
Rtlllmor...23 II .W7 Kansas City .18 20 .474
Chleirn IS 17 .514
llltssurr... 11 is
Brooklyn... It IS
nurfaio io "
Hi T.nma....la 2U .474
lUltlmore in Urooklyn.
Iluffalo In I'lttsbiirr
ItullanatKills In Ht. Le-jls.
Chicago la Kansas City.
At Ht. Louis.
Kanas City.. - 1
at.Louls.... .o w fit','
Orooni and Hartley.
IL II. G.
inrtlanaoolls.... oooooooo o o s o
?.,i.T".po" '" n 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 10 3
v.llioas. . . . . -. -.,.....,. ...
yiatiiirisi Aio.oir .....,
' ISnatern Aasoclatloa.
Rnrlnrflsld. 11 ! Watsrbury. 7.
New Haven, 8; rittineld, .
Ilrldreport, t; New Hrltaln, I.
HTANDINO OF THIS CLUBS.
W. I.. l'O.I W. L.
New London. 17 7 .70S nrldreport.M4 13
H nrl nrflc Id ,.10 10 .014 lltlsfleld.. . .10 14
v's "rbiiry .. 1 .H New Haven. 10 14
Hartford... .. 10 Mi New Hrltaln. 6 31
Mobile. 10 i Memphis. 0.
Montgomery, 6", Atlanta, 3.
Nashville, 5; Nw Orleans, 0.
No other gams scheduled.
HTANDINO OF TUB CLU118.
V. I.. l'O.I W. L.
rnattanoora.-s u .w
New Orleans.2 Is ,Ml
Hlrmlng'm,..23 ;o ,635
Mobile 23 23 .611
Nashville... .21 23
Atlanta m ii
IIAHK.nAI.L T4I-HAY, 3 gsmrs; first frame 3
V. iS. New York Americana vs. Philadelphia,
l'olo Ground!, Adinlwlon 60c, .lltr.
FLAG WINNING TEAMS
SHOW THEIR QUALITY
Fino Baseball Played Hero by
Both Our Giants and
MACK HAS STRONG ATTACK
Deluge of Double Headers This
Week for tho Thrco
The Giants and Athletics were teen at
their best In Greater New York last week.
Doth played baseball In various depart
ments as well as It la capablo of beliu;
played, and If they coul present that sort
of ball with consistency thero Ian t any
doubt that both would repeat for the pen
nant All teams do dashing work at
times and It Is the tsam that can play
high grade baseball most that wins.
Nevertheless the attacking: ability shown
by the two champions, the one at tho
Polo Grounds, the other In Brooklyn, was
the best display of that sort aeon In the
greater city this year.
The Athletics didn't have the pitching
at the l'olo Grounds that the Giants hail
In Urooklyn and only the veteran llcnder
was not erratic and wild. In one of their
four games the Athletics had a relapse
and played loosely, but their attack was
so skilfully carried out when It was going
good as to be almost proof that their
strength In that department Is sufficient
to win the pennant for them If they get
the pltohln. The latter Just at present
owing- to the uncertainty In form of sev
eral of Mack's youns bormen Is a con
Not that the attack of the Athletics U
any more varied or shrewdly tmonarovrehli
than that of the Waahltuttons, a versatile
team In offence, but with the greater hat
ting strength of the Athletics there was
last week a confident poise In carrying
on the operations at the bat, an exactness
in cooperation, a readiness on the part of
each batter to deliver In cated of Inter
dependence. Individual and team ability
and reliability which not only Impressed
tho appreciative onlooker but contrasted
greatly with the champions as they were
this time nnd as they were when here In
On this visit the Athletics are playing
the sort of ball which won the pennant
for them last year so far as offence Is
concerned. They are playlnx as If Just
setting to the top of their form. What
a difference from their early sprlmc work I
At that time they played more like a team
In the mlddlo of spring training than one
engaged In a pennant fight.
This week the Washington.! will be at
the rolo Grounds and thero will be a
chance to compare another pennant hope
ful with the posae-wiors of the trophy.
Griff hns a smart ball club too and Is
strong for the speedy, nggresslve, keep
the other side guessing tactics of which
he and Mack and McGraw aro the leading
exponents. For that matter these tactics
appeal to all managers, 'but with a great
difference in the results obtained, that de
pending on tho material and the manager.
The Athletics an Washtngtons have
crowded the Dctrolts Into the lwickground,
but the latter team U a long way from
out of It. With Its pitchers and with
Cobb 'back It Is capable of another spurt
Local basobatl will be deluged with
double headers this week. The New York
Americans play two more games with the
Athletics this afternoon, making six bat
tles In three consecutive playing days, and
probably thero will be a double header or
two with tho Washlnjjtons. The Giants
will play six same lnTour days In Phila
delphia, and at Kbbets Field tho Bostons
play tho Dodjrers twlco to-day and twice
The Giants have four pitchers coin In
first class style, but there will bo work for
others In the double header rush, and
what the reserve pitchers aro canable of
doing Is very uncertain. Frommo Is un
reliable, Wlltse goes In mostly as a re
lief pitcher and Schupp and richauer are
still In the untried class. Tho Giants
have been doing line work und the rooters
wiu breathe casled when the batch of
double headers has been Played.
While climbing to tlrst place the cham
pions have played only nine of their
thirty-two games at home. Not that this
brightens their prospects appreciably, for
they are as good a road team as they aro
at nome, mayoe a sliade better, hut thev
aren't so bad' at home, and In any event a
monm s aosence from Hotels and sleen
Ing cars will freshen them up for tho next
road trip. Besides tho home folks want
to see them.
The batting slump of tho New York
Americans has forced Manaxer Chance to
experiment In tho way of rearranging.
wnat material ne has. His latest move Is
to put Walsh In centre field, with Cook In
right and llartzell In left. Walsh sun
Plants Holden, whose hitting fell off until
It was no better than Walsh's had been.
Walsh Is a better fielder and base runner
than (Holden, and the point Is whether ho
will hat better now thnt he Is away from
the sun field. Cook of course wllj stick
at xne rate ne is iiuung. lie and Hart
zell and Truesdale at least aren't In the
SCOUT IRWIN DIGS ONE UP.
Outfielder Meara, TlnttlnK Over .BOO,
Itouight for Chaneemen,
Pkbth Aubot. May 31. After watch
Ing Outfielder Charles Meara hit the ball
over the right field fence for two liome
runs hero this afternoon. Bcout Arthur
Irwin of tho New York Americans pur-
cnaeea niear&s release from the Perth
Amboy Club of the Atlantic League.
Tho player will report to J'nnager
uimnct) at tne l'oio urounds to-morrow.
Meara Is a New York boy who formerly
played with Manhattan Collcgo nnd Hvra
Blnce the opening of the Atlantic League
season Meara has batted all pitchers
alike, getting a total of twenty-four
hits, live of which were homers. In
eleven games. Meara has been at bat 42
times and has scored 14 runs. In addi
tion to his flvo home runs he has hit
for four triples and one double.
Omaha. 11; Topeka. .
Wichita, i Ht. .lo.eph. 1.
Lincoln. 4; Des Moines, t.
Hloux City, 7; Denver, 4.
STANDINa OK THE CLUTM.
W. L. PCI W. I.,
flouxClty..,23 l .ooJII.tneoln 2n 21
Denver 23 16
Rt. Joseph.., .73 14
..13 27 .323
K. I. T. League.
Owsnsboro, 1; Clarksvllls, 0,
Paducah, 12; Cairo, 1.'
llopklnsvlllv. 6; Hsndsraon, 1.
HTANDINO OF TUB CLTJB8.
W. L. l'O.I W. L. rc
nwentboro.. .17 s .OKI Cairo 13 13 ,6no
Padurah 11 0 .640 Hopklnsv'e. 0 16 .976
Henderson... 16 10 ,400Clarkesv'e... 6 13 ,200
(loath AtUullo Leasrae
Savannah ,,.33 16
Colombia 26 23
AliausU 21 27
Albanv ID 26 .422
Columbus. .17 211 .370
uacon ii so .302
Baseball, KIHiETH FIFXD, 2 Games to-dsyl
1st game. J r. si. urvoaiyu vs. wswa, jtmm.
The Detroit dropped further away from
first place yeatorday. when the Urowns
beat them. The White Sox overcame the
Rt. Louis, 41 Detroit, 1.
Chicago, Cleveland, 1.
Detailed Btandloi of the Clabs,
, 6n&r uC o o ft
Philadelphia "1 sllll'l 31 13 .1
Washington. "3"i"21"i" "jT 16 .006
Detroit "IT-"i"l"8"77 IT lT JS7S
St. Louts.... 1 "7 6 1 T "j 4 "IT Ta IS6
Boston 2"s"s2 2"31 "IT 1B 475
Now Tork... "7"i;"t)li li "li" "IS" f
Cheae "i71"tl"l "iTlTTTw
CU)Tlaad.. l"o!":"sl"4 lT IT M1
Games Lett. U IT 17 U IS IT 23 Ml "l4 T""
To-day's defied a.
rhilad.lphla tn New York (two gamst).
Washington tn Iloston.
Chicago In Detroit.
St LouU'ln Cleveland.
BROWNS BUNCH THEIR HITS.
Sana Crawford Bunches Ills Also for
One Itound Trip.
St. Louis. May 31. Hunched hits off
Dubuo In the first and eighth Innings gavo
ireorge Iiaumgardner a 4 to 1 vcrdlot to
day over Jennings's Frenchman. Bam
Crawford's homo run drive Into the right
neiu nieacners accounted for the Tigers'
my run. The score:
DCTnorr a. i st. louib (a. io
. r. . 1 . a iK 1 . V. a. a
Tluih.M.. 3 0 0 3 3 O'fliotton.cf 1 1 0 2 0
nara n,7D 4 o 0 0 3 0
lllih.ef... 4 0O4no
Austln.tb. 4 112 2 0
ITatt.2b.. 4 2 2 f 6 0
Wlll'ms.rf 4 0 2 0 0 0
vcacti.ir. 4 0 0 1 0 0.
c.wal'r.lf 4 0 12 10
jiurna.in. 2 0 0 12 0 3
rary.lb.. 4 0 O10 0 0
Wares... 3 0 0 4 (0
Agnew.e.. s 0 0 6 1 0
DaumrV.p 2 0 0 0 1 0
Mor'Ir.Jb 3 0 113 0
fllanare.c 3 0 0 4 1 C
Uubuc.p. 3 0 0 0 3 0
Totals. .n 1 I54U 21 Totals.. Xi 4 271l 0
Detroit 00001000 01
Ht. Louis 10000001 ..4
Tuo baas hltn Trait William ail In.
Home run Crawford. Passed bail-Arnew.
Stolen bases Pratt, Williams. First base on
balls Oft llaumrardner. 4: off Dubuc. 2.
Mtruck out lly llaumrardner, 4,- by Dubuc 6.
u on oasea at. ixiuis, q; ixnrou. s. urne
1 hour and 41 minute Umpires Oonnolly
BENZ PITCHES NO HIT GAME.
Cleveland Scores One Ilnn by Force
Chicago, May 31. Joe llcnz pitched a
no hit gamo to-day despite the fact that
tho Cleveland Nnps scored a run off him.
Tho Box naturally won with such pitching
nnd thu score was 6 to 1 In their favor.
Tho hltless run was scored In tho fourth
when Wood reached second on Weaver's
bad throw, went to third on a fielder's
choice, and counted during a double play.
CLKVBLAND (A. LI
CniCAOO (A. L.)
ab r hp a e
Wearer. 4 1 3 2 6 1
ab r h n a e
Wnod.lh. I 1 t I : 0
lliland.as 4 0 0 3 6 2
Cha.v.lb.. 3 3 1 16 0 0
I-m'ltt.lf. 4 2 8 1 0 0
Jacks'n.rf 3 0 0 0 0 0
A ft 1 tfl A A
aloie,2l. 3 0 0 3 2 0
Tnrner.Sb 3 0 0 4 2 0i
Ischalk.f'. 4 0 14 10
lilr'am.cf 3 0 0 .1 0 0 Alcock.sb. 4 0 1111
O'Nem.c. 30041 0 iierrrr,:D. 4 0 1 z s 1
Ilow'an.n 1000: o uenz.D.... 400070
Lellrelt. 1 0 0 0 0 0
Totals.. .34 6 13 27 11 3
Tntal..27 1 0 21 14 S
Halted for Blandlnr In the ninth inning.
Cleveland 00010000 0-1
Chicago 10200030 ..5
on bases-Cleveland. 1: Chlcaro. (. First
bsse on bill Off liowman. 2: off liens. 2.
.struck out uy liowman. i: ny manoing, or
liens. 4. Two base hlts-Cnlllns, Herrrr, Chase.
Stolen base Demmilt. Collins. Double plays
liowman. Turner and Wood: Ierrer ami Chae;
WMirw atwl Chaan! Weaver, llerver and Chase.
Time t hour and 46 minutes. Umpires gan
Jeraer Cltv. 3! Newark. 2 (first same).
Newark. 7: Jersey City, 6 (llftren Innings;
l'roviaence, ,; iiaitimora,
Htaudlng of the Clubs.
Buffalo 23 II .674
Rochester.. .20 U .sot)
Baltimore. ,.20 14 ,fs
Toronto 15 14
Jersey City. .12 21
Newark 10 13 .010
Montreal ... o -
nattlmor In Jersey City
Newark In Providence.
Toronto In Huffalo.
Montreal In Hocheiter.
SKEETERS AND INDIANS SPLIT.
Home Team nets First Second floes
Jersey City and Newark split yester
day's double header Into an even division
of tho spoils. Jersey City captured tho
Initial bout by a score of 3 to 2 and
Newark came hack with a victory in the
curtain act, which was prolonged to tlf-
teen Innings before tho Indiana Bqu:czcd
through with two counts, giving them
the margin 7 to E. The scores:
NEWATIK (I. L.)
JEHhHY CITY (I. I.)
ah r h n a e
ab r h n a e
Colllns.rf 4 0 2 0 0 0,
Mowe.ss. 4 0 0 1 4 1
Cooper.rf. 4 1110 0
UIV'i."h A n 1 n ft
Mues.Sb... 4 12 13 0
Krall.11). 4 1100
Kuchen.ef, 4 0 2 2 1 0
Kiahrr.lL, 4 0 1 3 0 0
)ets.:b... n : : :
W.Z'an.lf 3 0 13 0 0,
K.Z'an.Sb .10 13 2 0
1'lyl.lb,. 3 0 1 12 1 o
Munhr.s 3 0 0 1 4 1
Smlth.c.. 3 0 0 r. 2 0
Tyler.e.... 3 0 0 4 2 0
Knim'n.p 3 0 0 0 1 OlThom'n.p. 3 1113 0
Totals. ,33 27 24 11 l Totals...:: 1 mil 1
Newark 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 02
Jersey City 00000201 ,.3
First base on error Newark. Two base bits
Hues, 2; En-hen. W Zimmerman. Kraft, K.
Zimmerman. Iii on Daeea Jersey uny. o;
Newark, 3. Double plaje Kschcii and Tyler;
(lets, Mown and Kraft. Struck out-Jly Thomp
son, 2; by Enimann. 4, Umpires Flniieran
and Harrison. Time l nour and to minutes.
NEWARK (I. L.) I JERSEY CITY (I. L.)
Colllns.rf 4 0 0 2 0 oCoaper.rf, 2 2 2 0 1 0
Nour.B.. 0 2 2 o b i siraii.ri.. b u i o u u
Wltter.cf. 4 13 4 1 0:Ko'hler.2b B 2 2 2 7
Kraft. Ih.. E 2 1 17 1 1
Ilues.lb... I O : 1 I 0
ets.!b .. I 0 I t I )
f ItCU.CI, , U . b U V
Flaher.lf.. 6 1 0 3 0 0
l'fvl.lb.... fi 0 2 22 1 0
w.z'an.u l o j
K.Z'an.Sb 7 0 8 4 1
O'H'rkB.0 4 0 1 4 2 0
Murnhr.es 3 0 4 4 0 0
Itell.n.... 10 10 2 0
Tyler.e.... 4 0 0 6 3 0
Brilten.p. 4 1 0 0 4 0
Hoyes.p... i o o o l u
Shears.p.. 0 0 0 0 0 0
urucit.p... o o o i 4 o
Totals... 60 611 43:4 0
Tyler out: hit by batted ball.
Newark 00050000000000 27
Jersey City 20210000000000 0 G
Two base hit Koehler. Three base hit W
Zimmerman. Sacrifice hitsUues. 2; Murphy,
i. witter .stolen bases Kraft. K. Zimmerman.
W. Zimmerman. Ilt on bates Newark. I;
Jersey City, . Double plays noyes, Koemer,
Tiler. Hell. Kraft and E. Zimramerman: E,
' ' i ... . fi a ... i i:.. I'
off Britten. 3. Struck out Dy Shears, 1; by
Ilruck. 4! by Hell. 1; by DHtten, 3. Hit by
pitchers lly Noyes (Colllnsl; by Shears
(Mowe)i by mil trioenien. mm pucn noyes.
Hll Off Noyes, 3 in tnree ana one-tniro in
nlnjcst oil onears, i in uwimhu ui u noun;
off Ilruck. 4 In eleven ami one-third innings;
off Hell. 4 in two and one-third innings; off
llntten. f In twelve and twodhlrds limlngs.
Umpires-Harrison and Finneran. 'Dmo-3
hours and 10 mingles.
R. II. E.
nsltlmore 00000020 4 2 3
l'rovldence 0 3 0 1 3 0 1 0 7 0 0
Hstterlea Huth. Davidson and Eran; Old
ham and J, Onslow
North Cnrollna Leaa-ae,
w l. rc.i
Charlotte... .31 4 .760
vins-8alem20 13 .424
Durham IB 12 ,000
XV L. PO.
Raleigh. II 17 .443
tirrensnoro. .in 21
Ashevllle... . 8 24
BARKAM, TT ashlngton Park. 330 P. it.
To-day. Urooklyn Feds. vs. Baltimore Feds,
LARNED REGAINS HIS
OLD FORM AT TENNIS
Dofcnts Hull and Le Hoy One
After tho Other on Courts
MATHEY DOWNS T. It. FELL
Final Round To-day FJino Tlay
When Poll and Hohr Beat
Inman and Little.
CroABiiuitsr. U I., May 31. William
A. Larned, erstwhile king of the courts,
gave those who saw him play In the
Cedarhurst cup lawn tennis singles on tho
Itockaway Hunting Club turf courts hero
to-day the Impression that as the season
progresses he will make most of the play,
ers of tho country hustle to keep him from
regaining tho purple, for ho reached tho
final round by defeating Charles M. Bull
and nobert L Roy. Larned's double vic
tory .places htm In tho cup round against
Dean Mathcy, who trained his place In the
final round by dofoatlng Edwin P. Larned
In tho second round at 6 2, 7 S, and
Theodore IL I'ell In the semi-final at
63, 6 a.
Mather's defeat of I'ell was the biggest
surprise of the tournament Pell had
reached tho semi-final by defeating (leorgo
U Wrenn, Jr., In the second round at
6 2, 3, but did not play nearly ns
well In his match against Mathey as
Larned luvd to work for his victory over
Bull, and although he took the match In
straight sets It was not until they had
both gone to douce with tho final scores
at 10 8, 76. Bull had lots more steam
behind his strokes, but was outgeneraled.
The soven times national champion also
had a close call In the afternoon when he
mot Le Hoy. Larned also won this match
by the narrow margin of C I, 7 5.
lo Hoy did not hit as hard ns Hull, but
he placed better and was more of a
strategist. Larned proved equal to the
change In style and transformed his own
to suit the occasion. Ho played very
fast tennis throughout tho match. Ills
gteat work made him look to many who
saw the match as a possibility for the
Davis cup team.
Pell got back In his stride again for
the doubles final, and with Karl llehr, a
former Davis cup player, won the tro
phy by defeating Frederick C. Inman and
Haymond D. Little In straight seta at
f 3, 7 8, 6 4. Tho teamwork of the
winners was the feature of tho match.
The final round between Larned and
Mathey will be played to-morrow after
noon. The summaries :
Cedarhurst Cup lien's Btngle Second
round William A. Larned defeated C M.
Hull. Jr.. 10 8. 7 (; Dean Mathey defeated
Kdwln r. Larned. 42, 75; Theoilor
Hooaevelt Pell defeated George L. Wrenn,
Jr.. 42. 63.
Heml-llnnl Hound William A. Larned de
feated Hnbert I.e Hoy. 44. 7 J; Dean
Mather defeated Theodore Itoosevelt Pell,
6 3. 63.
Cedarhurst Cup Doubles ltnai round
Karl II. Ilehr and Theodore Roosevelt I'ell
defeated Haymond D. Little and Frederick
C, Inman, 6 3, 73, 44.
New York State League.
P.. It. E.
Syracuse....... 10000000 0 1 4 3
L'tlra 10000020 .. 3 6 1
flatteries Donnelly and Payne; Froek
H. IT. K.
Wllkeabarre,... 00102000 3 4 11 3
P.lmlra 00110001 0 3 7 I
llatterles Cadors and Hrleger; Bwlft and
71. D. B.
Troy 0O120O1A0 4 4 0
Albany 10010000 0 2 G 4
llatterles aitlon und McOrath; Wets
R. H. Ti.
Seranton 00000001 0 1 7 1
lllnghamlon.... 2 0 1 4 0 0 1 0 .. ( 14 0
Uatterles Lane and Uergen; Manser and
STANDING OF TUB CLUHS..
W. L. If.l W. L.
Troy 20 0 .SOnSytouse....l! 13
U'ilrbarre..2o 8 .eoo Ltlca it is
lllnghamlon. 17 U ,441 Albany 10 10
'lllmlra 13 15 .444 Scrsnton.... 8 19
Columbus. : Cleveland. 5 (first rams),
Cleveland, ll; Columbus. 2 (aecoml game).
Ioulsvllle. 1; Indianapolis. 0 (first game).
Indianapolis. 4; liutsvllle, 5 (second
Kansas City. 3: Milwaukee. 2 (first rume)
Kansss City, 4; Milwaukee, 3 (second
hi. I'aui. iu; Aimneapnua, s inrsi gamei.
St. i'aui. s: Ji nneano is. s tsecond game
STANDING OF THE CLUBS.
W. L. IT.
Milwaukee. ..22 17 .441
Kansas Clty23 24
Minneapolis 1H 20'
Cleveland.. .20 23
St. Paul 14 23
mdlanatous.23 is ,wi
liilsvllle....2.'l 21 .123
Columbus ....22 21 .412
Tel as League.
Heaumont. t; Houston. 2.
Oalveston. 4, San Antonto, 0.
Waco, 2. Dallas. 1.
Fort Worth. 4; Austin. 0.
HTANDINO OF THE CLUBS.
W. L IV. I W. L.
tVacn 2K 14 .4671 Fort Worth. J4 22
(ialveiton.,.27 21 .t3I)aiss 23 2.1 .441
Heaumont. .24 21 ,vn Austin 17 20 .370
Houston 27 23 .mi san Anionio.u 24 .311
NOTES OF THE DIAMOND.
Oeorsn Burns is leadlnc the Nstlonal
League In butting. Here Is a fine ball player
wbo Is there as a batter, base runner and
fielder but does his work with little fuss
and doean l get nis due 01 cretin.
The Reds may stick up there if they can
stand an tne praise tney are getting,
I, set week was a grievous one for th
I'lrates. Tney started out wnn a win. men
took a beating in tneir nest nve games,
Truesdale mad a play In the Memorial
Day Jounia which was a hummer. He raced
In on the arrnaa for an Infield arroumler.
acooped It between th box and lint baas
and retired the runner with a quirk back
ward toss without having time to turn his
The achievement of the New York Anierl.
cans In having sixteen men left on bases
Isn't likely to be duplicated soon unieaa
another set of pitchers turns up with the
excessive wuaneas anown uy ine Atnistlca'
quartet compoaed of Pennock, Wyckoff,
uuan anu iteaaier,
Rankin Johnson lost In his second en
counter with Waller Johnaon. but he did
well ut that. It would have been a tie It
his mates had produced one run.
Pratt of the Browns Is threatening th
premiership of Milan in American League
base running. Each has stolen fourteen
Don Crandafl la still Invincible In the
Federal League. He has won six games and
At BELMONT PARK
NPKGIAL FLATL'lli: MONDAY.
The $1,000 Bouquet Stakes
AND FIVI5 OTIIHR HACKS, INCLUDING. A STKKPUICIIASC.
FIRST HA CD AT 3k10 P. M.
SIT.CIAL HACI5 TRAINH.
Leave Pcnotylvanla Station, 33d St. nnd 7lh Ave., and also Flatbush Ave.. Brooklyn,
at 13. SO and at Intervals up to I.&S p. M. Prom Nostrand Ave. t minutes later. l'at
New York 8 minutes later, Course also reached by trolley,
fiinml MmissiiR, il.OO. Grand Stand & Paddack, $3. ladies, $1.50
CHAMPION PATE REACHES FINAL.
Nassau and Qneens Titleholder Will
Defend Against Oateoip b.
OnsAT Nkck. U I., May 31. Walter I
Pate, present holder of the Nassau and
Queens county lawn tennis title, earned
the right to defend his title by moving
out to tho final round In the tournament
at the drortt Neck Hills Country Club
hero to-day. In order to get to tho outer
most bracket lha playing through cham
pion had to compote In four matches,
and he won them all In straight sets.
He playeda total of seventy-three games.
or which he won 48 and lost 20.
Tho champion defeated II. L. Watt,
61, 63 ; W. II. Powell. 64. 6 3;
1-Mward Ashley, 64, 63, and A. IL
Dunham, also at 6 t, 63, one after the
other, and It was not until' his match
against .Dunham that ho showed signs
of tiring. Hlchard Oatcomb reached the
final In the upper half. The finals will be
played next Baturday. The summaries:
NAHHAU AND QOEDNH COUNTY CHAM
PIONSHIPB. Men's Singles First round It. M. Field,
Warren Wright. L. L. Uland and Merle
Johnson, byes; Walter L Pate defeated
II. L. Watt. 41, 41; W. B. Powell. II. fl.
Wright. Arthur Lennor. A. It. Dunham and
L D. Alexander, byes. .-....
Hecond Hound It. M. Field and W. Wright
both defuulted; Merle Johnson defeated
llland, 61, 4 J; Pats defeated Powell.
6 4, 4 3 ll. II. Wright and Lennox both
defaulted! Dunham won from Alexander
Third nouad Johnson won by double de
fault of Field and W. Wright: Catcomb de.
feated Hillings, 6 S. 4 4 Pat defeated
Ashley, 6 I, 6 3: Dunham won by doubl
default of If. It. Wright and Lennox.
fleml-nnal Hound Cattomb defeated John
son. 4-0. 4 li Pat deflated Dunham, 4 4,
Doubles First round Wrlrht and Lsnnox.
a bye; Adams and Ashley defeated Watt and
Powell, 42. 6 3! It. II. Wright and Field,
a bye; Hobart and Harrison, n bye.
Hecond Hound Touhey anil lllsiell de
feated W Wrlrht and Lennox by default:
Houndey and Phillips defeated Hutchison
nnd Alexander. 34, 0-3, 11 4. Hobart and
Harrison won from II. II. Wright and Field
V08HELL WORKS HARD TO WIN.
Playing- Thronah Champion Defeats
Stotnlcamp at Hartsdale.
Hartsdals, N. Y., May 31. fl. IL
Voshell, playing) through champion,
reached the round before the semi-finals
In the lawn tennis tournament for the
Eastern New York State championship at
the Country Club of Westchester here
to-day by defeating J. II. Stelnknmp. It
took tho champion three sets to heat his
opponent and then he gained victory only
by the nnrrow margin of 8 6, i 6, C 1.
Msn'a Scratch Singles First round B. J.
Dsldwln won from it. Haymond by default!
Alx Standing won from J. H. Martin by
default; Dulton (Jrimth won from II. Lati
mer by default; U. W Stair defeated Ouy
Urtnckerhnfr. 42. 4 3.
Second Hound Standing defeated Bald
win. 61, C 1: M, i:. Fox iiefeiie.il I. l.
Hoot. 44, 41. C 3; Hothachtld wun from
D. Urllton by default; II. Ilaaiford defeated
J, M. nillott. 43. 42.
Third Hound ltothachlld defeated M. E.
Fox. 7 I, 10 a; S. Howard Voshell defeated
J. II. Htelnkampf, 44. 44, C I.
Men's Handicap Singles First round
Elliott, minus is It. defeated C. H. Lyon,
minus Vt 11, defeated II. W. Stair, minus
defeated K. Chrystle, mlnues 15. 1 6,
t 2, s 6; H, Uaasford 3d, plus 10c defeated
O. II. Dickey, scratch. 41, 3; L D. Hoot,
mlnuea 11. defeated II. W. Stair, minus
u 1C, 24, 41. 44; F. Rutxell. minus
' IS. defeated O. Hobby, aecrutch. C 1,
16, C 0; M. K. Fox, intnus 15, defeated
F. A. Fall, minus-4 30, 4 I. 44.
Second Hound O. llobln. minus H 15. de
feated 11. E. Tuthlll. plus H, C t, 42;
11. J, Baldwin, minus H 15. defeated II. H.
Calloway, minus 4 18. 4 2, 41: Hay Bar
num. scrateh. defeated J. M. Schreve,
cratch. 41. 44.
Third Hound W. W. Lyon, scrateh, de
feated C. Hobln, minus 4 IS. 6 1, 2.
C0STELL0 WINS LONG RACE.
Finishes Two Laps Ahead in BO Mile
-Motor Cycle Event at Drlichton.
Finishing two lnpa ahead of Martin
Kessler last night nt the Brighton Ileach
Motordrome. Mike Costello took tho fifty
mile cycle race, the feature on the pro
gramme. The winners time wns 4i:oa
3-5. Henri fit. Yves, tho French rider,
was third, a mile and two laps behind
John Cox led the riders for thlrty-nlno
miles atd fix laps, when machine trouble
forced him to retire from the race. Ht.
Yves lost two laps' when ho stopped In tho
thirty-fifth mile for oil nnd Tailed to make
up his lost ground. The summaries:
One Mite Hlcycle llace. Amateur Won by
Harry Kaiser; Tnomas smitn. seconu; uus
wonirao. inira. lime. -: 1 1
Three Mile Hlcycle Hace, Handicap, Ama
teurWon by tlus Wohlrab, 30 yards; Kted
Taylor, 40 yards, second; William llanley,
20 yards, third: Edward Madden, 44 yards,
fourth. Time. 7:15.
Two Mile Motorcycle Hace. Handlcas
Won by John Cox. scratch; Bert Sayer. two-
tnirus tap, secona; ueorgo eperi, two-tniras
an. tlilnl. Time, 1:26.
Kitty Mile Motorcycle Race Won by Mlks
costello; .Martin Keener, secona; Henri nt.
Yves, third. Time, 11:65 3-s,
NAME DATE FOR MATCH RACE.
Peter Pan IV. and Ankle Deep
Match Speed Jane 117.
James Hlmpsoii, owner of Peter Pan VI..
and Count Mankowskl, owner of the Ankle
Deep, have agreed on the course and con
dltlons and datta for tho match races
between thesw two high speed boats,
The first race will bo on the Hudson Hlver
off Croton Point nnd will be managed
by tho Columbia Vncht Club.- .This course
is selected uccause u is tnougni to De rar
enough up the river to he out of the way
of dilftwood that makes motor boat rac
ing near here so dangerous. Tho course
Is to be thirty miles long and tho first
race will be started at 3 o'clock on Satur
day, June 27,
The second race of the series will be
held on Lake Oeorgo after the races for
tho Gold Challenge cup havo been held.
If a third race Is necessary It will be
over the Huntington course and will be
hold the latter part of August.
ttlsrter No Plttsbarn Favorite.
IlTTBPtmo, Ality 31. President John
If. Tener of the National League Is to he
petitioned to keep Umpire Charles Rlgler
nway from Forbes Held. The plan Is to
set as many signatures to the petition as
possible before It Is sent to headquarters.
This Is practically an unheard of proceed
ing In a major league city. Schuyler
Urttton of .St. Louis has made a similar
request of Tener.
MacKensle Tler Track Oiptaln.
PniNcr.TON. May 31. I, D. MacKenzle
of Hartford, Conn., and member of tho
Junior class, has been elected captain of
tho Princeton track team for next year,
MacKenzle has been one of tho few con
sistent point winners for Princeton for the
last two years. Yesterday he finished
third In the mllo run nt the Intercollegiate
nnd a year ago he wus fifth.
VALENTINE WARD HAS
BUSY DAY ON CODRTS
Fights ITis Way to a Victorr
Over Thrco Successive
THEN GOES ON TN DOl'IlLES
Yonng Backet W.older Aprtiin
Proves Formidable With
Hazard as Partner.
Vnnderbllt n. Ward came throurh to
the final round In the singles of ths
Marine and Field Club lawn tennis tour
nament at the olub courts tn Hath Ileach
yesterday after a very strenuous day. He
moved all tho way up from the snennd
round, disposing of four opponents on the
way. Ills second round match did not re
quire any work, for his adversary, H. n
Ualch, defaulted, but he had to fight hard
to win all his other tuesles.
In the third round he eliminated Wal
ter 1 Hazard In 11 very pretty match at
6 4, 6-T-4. He then went to another court
und without any rest hooked up with H
V, Lake, whom he defeated two seta to
one at 6 0, 4 C, 0 4, nnd followed this
contest by defeating Jack Allen after a
brief lesplte in straight Bets at 8 C, 6 2
Ward immediately preceded to try his
hund at doublea nltti Walter liazsra
against Lincoln Helmer and IL B. Roberta,
and was successful again at 62, 46,
3. The summaries:
Blngles First round Vf
JI. Jennings, jr.
won rrom U17 at- nsnar
by default; n. J. Mollenhauer won from F
Edwards by default; C u. narrougns wo
from Julio M. Rtelnaehsr by default; Walter
Itatanl won rrom ueorgo u. uaner by ae
fault; II. N, Dalch won from David Flam
Second RoUnd O. A. L. Dlonn defeat-!
W. M. Jennings, Jr., 40, 0 4: C. O.
Burroughs flerealeo 11. J. aiouennantr,
I 0. g 7, J Walter Hazard defeatel
J. W. Thurlow, 4 4, default! Vanderblll B
Word won rrom II, N linicn ny nerauit.
C, L Johnson won from A. Campbell br
default; J. Allen wnn from J. K. Ilallay br
default: (, U. Shafer won from 11. u. Morris
Third Hound C. C. Chambers defeated
Mark A. Nolfle. 40. 40: Vanderbllt 74
Ward defeated Walter Hazard, 44, 44,
It. V Lake won from C. I- Johnson by fl
fault; Jack Allen defeated Preaton Cum
mlng, 4 4, 44.
Fourtb Round C. C. Chambers defeatM
Lincoln Helmer. 44. 0. 7 i Vanderbllt
II. ward defeated n. v. imk. s o. 4- s.
44; Jack Allen defeated W. If. Horn. 44,
Reml-flnal nnund Vanderbllt B. Ward de
feated Jack Allen. 4, 02.
aien'a Lnjuniee rirst rouna . v,
and C. O. Burrougha defeated Jack Allan
and Preaton Cumini.ir. 41. 42.
Second Hound Wlllougbby M jsnninga
and nerlnald I' Wo
Wood dereated c,
Chamberu and Robert Langdon, 7 t, 41,
4 4; Vanderbllt II. ward and Walter list,
ard defeated II, B. Huberts and Lincoln
Helmer, 42, 44, 42.
Pacific Coast T,eague.
Ban Francisco, S; Haeramento. 2 (morning
game); Sacramento, 3; San Francisco, 4
Oakland. 2: Venice. 2 (morning cams.
called In eleventh Inning); Oakland, ;
Venice, 4 (afternoon game; ten Innings).
Fortland, 10; I.oa Angeles, 4.
SSTANDINO OF TUB CLUIW.
W. L PC. I W. L If).
SanFranclscoM 2S .S00Sacramento24 31 ,t4
Venire 32 2S .bSl l'ortland....22 20 .411
Los Angeles. Jl 2 .USOakland...,23 32 ,114
STANDING OF THE CLUHS.
W. L. PO I W. L. PC.
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