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THE SUN, THURSDAY, AUGUST IS, 191?."
Giants Beat Cardinals Through Medium of Big Hit by Burns Dodgers Lose Finale to Cubs
BURNS MAKES TRIPLE,
'WINNING FOR GIANTS
It Clcnrs (lie Hasps of Unimor."
find firings TIhtp to ,
JTI.ST THK NTIEPKD NTMHER
Kpw Ynrli Hils Vow: hni So Ar
rntiirod n to firnt flip
The Giants Ton from the Cardinals yes
te.rdny In the last game of the serifs,
breaking wn with that team nnd helping
thn Bostons back ' second laci On
recount of rain the Hostoti.ClnclnratI
nnd Phlladeiphls-Plttsburg R.tnu'n were,
not played, hut the Cubs took n brace,
won from the Brooklyns anil tied tho
CnnHiialn for tlilnl place.
Tnrk. 3, St Louie, i.
Chicago, I; Iir.i.ihon. I
Boston. Cincinnati, rain
DeMlled Manrilhg of I he dobs.
Ne r York..,
Got ton. ..
I'tlltdtlphl (l t tj !
l 8'I0' 3i d
.. l 4l !".
(inn Loll . 40 4 V) 49 52
Itrtton In New York.
l'MUdf Irhl.i In Kinuktyn.
l I.oulJ In l'IIIl.liri;.
Hlta by tli 'Muntrirrf Slim PiUlee ys
ti'iday uwi fow. but th'-y T' not tar i
petwen The c.oso order In uhlan they
cam, la why tho rilants, with four hlta,
be-iit th! CaT.HnuIs, with twice that qu-tn-Uty
Tim H-n'n whb 3 to 2, arid the ar
rangement of the Now York hltH was a
Jtnppy on. Two of the sa.fetlci!, which,
with n third, drovo tliroo Oluntv to tho
plrtte In tJjnleiii. vcro of the pcrntch
jierauaslon. but the other. th only hit the
tllants nnde thut clearerl the Infield, waa
H full fledird, earnoft Jolt and esaentlftl.
It was a triple by I'.eorRd Burnn, which
helled tho three men to the plat In the
only Inning In which the Giants were dan
Keroii", and Its timeliness was Increased
by the fact that there were two out when
Wurns Jammed the hit throuRh the cen
tre spHce and .elwiMcd u trio of matea
from the bihcs. (me Kood hard lick wad
nil the (iliuit neeJivl to win the Katne,
ronsldcrlns w.iat had Just pieceded, nnd
Oeorge produced It.
The tilaiitf were the tamet sort of op
tiosltlon for Sallee in the. otlier Innings,.
with his erossllro curves nnd mixture,
but when Damn struek for Ills altars and
IiIm ilrt-a and hoped for share In tha world's
erles hpolls the bem tits of all of Sal'a
effectiveness were shot .way.
AlcOraw kept his three headline, pitch
ers In the. background nnd wort the game
with tho connhance of Demaree ami
rmnime. Hy kecpltic the t Louis bolts
scattered L'eniarte did irood work fur
seven itmliiKH. There was more stability
to h's nltchlmr thin usual with him .i,t.
reason. H shoued omethtnu- of M
fit fiFm tultVi m W ... l.. . I
eiRhth intilnir a vdi, of I!dnrhs made Its
appearance, and 1'romtie was elected to
preent 1 1 iUmaK from KettliiB serious
more serious ratlur f"r th
- 1 . . , i
were danpernui up to the
iTomme wlnned a couple of batters,
Helrn r.:stln. n the first Innlnir the
Ordinals diil not profit by two lms on I
lialN. IIUKRlns wIke, and was heaved I
out stealing. Dolan walked and was
ranslit napplnK. The Cardinals hit I
lirlsltlv In the third, hut from an arrny I
of happenings, coiisistlng of a two hai;. ,
Kf. un eiTor snd two slnt;lns. thn- scored
but once. Snydee doubled with one out
md Sallee was s,if, on Kletcher'e low
throw. Uun-Kitis peppered a slnsrle to
cntro and hmuifht In Snyder. Marw
ii'er to minis nnd the trip from second tn
third was a fur as Sallee could dras t
h mvdf on Dolnti's slncle to Tlescher. '
M'llrr hit Into i force, I
New York's first lilt was of th Infield I
type Hetcher made It In thn fifth. He
nnd MerMe were snuffed out a. a lesm on
the lattrr'H irrounder to lbck. New YorV.i
r-econd hit waa made by Dcmaree in the
sixth. Thero was one out and Stock,
vho had been pus. d. was on first
Dcmuree's purpne w;is to Merlfliv. He
bnlted left handed, tapped to Dressen
f.'id the la'ter made ,i bad and "stly
into for ht.t side by nor tieldlnic the bull
to llrM rlKlit awiiv He lost time by iiirn
Ii k to .econd for h lhro-v. Ilemareo l
list and beat IJresjen's tardy throw to
firr, whlcli was covered hv Hni-rfii.
)lescher tiled to Mapee. alld rjoyle Jumped
n wo on iu xne inneiu. tiurns a three
baitcer follnweil. n solid lilt for which
Majfee made a desperate try. New York's
lilttlnK 'ended with the triple and It de
volved upon the te-jpi to mako Its three
nin assay sullW
Uolan was pasi-eil lo start the eighth,
but wouldn't havo cored If Meyers
iad tin own ttr.iicht when Cozy stole ec
ond, The latter totdt third on the throw
?llllsr fouled nut jnd Wilson w;is
bit hy a pitehed ball. That was
lis far as Deiuuree was allowed to
Ko. Kioninie went to the platform and
riino bit th ball a murderous clip.
Siiodgriiss took nr.- of the liner, but too
fin out to Uep liolan from scorlns.
Jlee( htoppnd a pite.lnd ball with his arm.
but Hnyder forced blni
A KliiKle by Hugtrlns and a hit batsman
put two Cardlriali, on the bases In the
ninth with two out and Miller up
JHetcher fumbled Miller's swift jrround
ball, Krabbed ,t ag.in. held It and touohed
"ond. The score .
Nr.w Ycat in. io
ab ' h
i r li i
Mares, el ",
Ml r.ss.lb '
Puller, as. ft
J leek. 3b 2
4 I Leeeher ef 4
ft Oil)ole,:h . 4
ft liurni It 4
1 o Snod.- s.rf .1
ii e Fletc er.ts i
0 0 MerUle lb. X
ft 0 Mtyers.c. 3
a ft' Stock 3b . 1
" 0 Demaree.p 3
1 ft Fronim.p 0
" ft To. n 4 37 11
Totals ',1 3 f 24 3 l'
nuitd for Oresien in tb eirtiih nmirr
flittfd (or Ssllte in the ninth innlnr
f-t Uo'ii- ft ft i n i) ii o t
Ir 1 orli il o ft i ft s o ft
Pirtt ba.o mi err.-.rk M r.nut. t s-.w v.ij
I Lett on tit.e.. St Louis II. Seu UrK l'
jur uu-f uii nilli lift Sallee. i; oil Deinaiee ,
f. Struck out B sallee. ; bv Dentate., !
Three b.ii,e hit lliirns. run ha.e hlt-S'iurtfr I
tH'Tltn-e rty. Cruise baerlfleH lilts- Uresstn,
l"Ck Stelrn bates Minree, Polun, Fleleher I
Penble pi ii neck Hucviti. and Drrssen Hit
b pitched ball lit- S.ir iFIeteherij by I
Jiennree iWileoip- by Fniiiime ille-n. Dolam I
""i Off Peinaiee tn .eten nnd ope third In
Ituirs. oft Fronune 1 in one snd tun thirds In
iHim Puiplre In "hif ftitler Vl'ld uniplre
Hart 'lime l liour and m minutes
Raseball, Polo (I rounds, To-day, 3.30
ft M r.t.na l YlA.,..n Jrft,
e - - .' ' - mww.vm. m..,
The White .Sox and Cleveland had
field to themselves n ten In yesterday,
the Clcvelaitds won.
CW'linfl, f. Chicago, 8.
Detailed Handing of Ihe Clubs.
Boston j J
Wihlnf loa.J 4
CMcaro .... 4
:.k- Tnrk In Jloston .
Wathlnuton In lilldlphU.
' liUnun In Ml l.oula.
Detroit In f If f land.
LAJ0EE MAKES" HIT DI PINCH.
HHnrn fo ("inmr Mitrkrd
Vlrtorr fr IVopn.
Auk, IS. Irry JJolf rot
nock In the pirnn to-dity nnd (Tlrvrland
licat CIiImko, D In 2, t.nrry got only
on lilt, hut thut w.ib in thi- pinch nnd
h nlfo dro- n. h?o on ball. Tin- oeoro;
Cleveland (A. cmavr.o (a l.)
hh r 1, rt
ah r h i,
I tYMvr, 10 0I
Jii-Iip'n rf 4
o inai-H.:u r.
0 Ooliiii rf i
0 t'ourn'r.lb 4
Wnrvl rf 9
I J tVnm'n.M 6
Total! 3i t e :
IDalT .... n
I Total .,34 I 13711 4
Baited for nreton In lh filth Innlnr.
titan lor Hodlo In the fifth innln
jntt(Ml for Ilcrirr In the ninth Innlnr.
innted fur Hem In the fifth Inntnc.
'dlailfd for Lathrop In tho ninth innlnr.
Cleveland 1 ft 0 0 1 0 1-3
Chicago 0 0 ft 0 1 1 0 1 ( 3
lft on be Cleveland, : Chienn, T. Two
Me hit -Ilodie Three bae fill J.K-knon S-ae-rillif
hit Clmprcan. Stolen baees -LaJol.
Wambwon ltrt he on ba!lOff lllandinc.
n off Hen. 3: off Lathrop. 4. Struck out lir
Illaniilnir. f: hr Henr. 1: by Lathrop, 3. lilt
hr pitcher Hr J.Mhrop. 1. Double p!sr
lllaekbunie. leaver and Founder wild pitch
Mainline l'aaed ba!l-Kifan Time-: boars
and mlnutea Umplree-I)lren and Sheridan
St. I.oul 3: Tlrooklrn, 3
jiiipourr. 2; cnicairo. l.
Indlanapolln, 3; HuBalo. 0.
I Stnndlnir of the Claba.
' W I, 1C; TC. ;
Oilesro.... f. 4 .HS'Iluffalo (1
I llaltlmore... K 41 ,UI M fxiul' .... 47
Indianapolis 1 4 47 .S3! Kareaa City-.
Iirooklrn... ;i 4j ,jji Pitt (burr-. . 41
IlrooWm In ft. Louis.
Pkltlmoi-e In Kanaxi CiXj rtwr) rimesi
' intttburr In Chlraro.
; lluffalo in Indlanapolli
TIP TOPS FINISH POORLY.
l'onr Itnn Lend la 'Wiped Ont When
St. J.onla .Makes Mix In Itallr.
St. Zjoxhh. Aus. 1 1. Th Rt, IOUl
Ftds defeated Hrooklyn to-day In a slufc
itln? match In the flret frame of the
series, 8 to 5. BL Iruls won bv lnmn.
' Imr on Maxwell In the fourth Inning:
when the Terriers scored six runs, over
coming a four run lead Hrooklyn ob-
, talned In the first. Klnirlwi by Klrby,
!l"''i nu i raKC. tnr walks nnd an
fnT o""od the six runs. The score
BROOKLYN iY. L ) '
FT LOUIS (F I.)
I AndVn.rf ;. 11
' shaw.ef f 1 3
an r li p
e 0 Tobtn.rf.. 4
0 Uruke.lf 4
1 i "Kirby ct . 4
t '"" 'P- 6 '
i i.v.tii. ir
0 II MilV tb r,
o Cran'lUb 4
0 Mill. s.. 4
3 Sur.im.c . 4
OiM'illett.ri . 0
0 KeUTtper.lt I
Oi Miller. 6
! Hnf'an.rb 3
liilVtv ;b 1
1Ve. ill.sb 4
uveas c 4
. Werhert ft
Totals, ,3? 3 1114 :'l)av'np't,p 3
Tot.il. St . ii
Bsttld for Kenrpr in the fo'irth Innlnir.
Tn.in ror w .Miner tn tne fourth Innlnr,
St Louis o o 0 8 0 ft I 0 x i
Two bw hlts-Hofman. Keupper. 8haw.
Tliree base hit-Evans Sa-'ntlee hit Dela.
l.antv. stolen h),.. Ilofmaii, Drake. Kvans
S Will pitch -U'lllett First has- on balls
Of! Majwell. 4t oft Ijitttf. 3: off Davenport. 1.
(truek out-Py Miotwell. I. hT Luntte. 1: br
Davenport. lilts Oft VCHtett, t In one third
of aa innlnr: off Keuinr. In three and two.
thirds Innings; off Maiell in three and one
third Innltus Left on base... St. Louis, s
Hrooklyn. . rninlres rirennan and Cuack.
Time I hour and 4t mlnut.
nttvhurr (F7 1 0 ft 0 I ft o ft p l
Chiejuo (F.U).. ooonnifto c l I, t
Batteries rittsb'irr, I amtiltz snd llerry
elites t; Wateon, l'rcnderi;jt and V-tin
71 IT. K
rtuffala (F.I.... ftiftftftftftftft-n j j
Indianapolis (I'l.l t a ft t 0 ft o ft i 3 I
H.ittrrlen IMffnlo, Ander.en snd Hlatr,
Indianapolis, Kalkenberj: and Tlsrlden.
T AflHUriY IW7IK
sr. ir r
Terth Antbov., H I 4 I ( 0 J 4 j
Asburv Park . . ft 0 1 11 ft ft 0 0 ft 1 3 1
Hatterlee Clifford nnd Hani: Herrtnn and
at DArrmrnr f-ihst oamk
R. IT T.
N"ew!!iTrh eODOlftlft (V & ;
Panhurv ftfttOOTlO . -7 13 3
Hatterle. Hope an'l Holmes; Horan snd
N.-weiirrh ftftSftftfl 01' 0
Ianbur 000000 ft 032
Uattertes Ixv-ae and Holmes, .Feraruson
at roumiKnKPSTTc rrn.1T oami:,
Jllddletowti.,.. 00000000 0 'o '4 3
'oilltllkeei. . ftbOOOllft .. . 7 10 1
Hiilterle Ifrnh an-l Kiehi Hitter and
Mldolatown I 0 0 ft 0 ft ft .1' '(l
I'ourhkeepsla..,., , ft S ft 1 ft 0 t (l
nattertes fetill and Itoth: Clinton ivnd
at pattitisos- rtitr.T oamj;,
' B ir 15.
I IJl Hranch.. ftOfttOOOft 1 3 3 0
I'.ter.on 00010:30 1 7 13 1
I rtatte.rles Padrone. oetn. vtote nod
I Torres. HhortT-av and Hu'-lis
j fnr Ttrnjioh., loftl nsoftft 381
' Patereon ftOOtOOOC 0 3 7 3
I nttej-e.s llunor and Torres: Kmlth and
1 I Psehs.
ft 1 -
New Kngland I.enrne.
rnrtland. l Haierhlll. 3 (first sm..
llavrhlll. 4, Portland J fsecond rams).
ISorre.t.r. 9 Lowell, 0 (forfeited
NoHb Cnrollna Lessnie,
D-irhsm, ! Aah.vllle. 1
(tieeushnro, 3. ftaleJah,
, nlnss, darkn.asi
I'harlotte, 7i Wtnuton-Halem, 4.
Indianapolis, 3, ClevnUnd, 0.
Coiurabiu. 0. oilsve, .
Kansas t lt, , Minneapolis, 3,
Mllvmikee, 17) ft Paul, f
"lo-ix City, 13; Omsha, 1.
Pes Molns, 3, dt. Joseph, 1
!.!tloln, :l Topeka, 0
Deiuer, S. Wl-hliu, I
nasebnll, V.nilKTf FIELD, 8:80 To dar
I l,l,, Dmi..l.kl. ' .J..
Blwi.lt. ' . . uii.utijui. 114.'.
CHENEY GETS BETTER,
BUT NOT SO PFEFFER
finn In First, All Dodgers Oct
Off Cub. While His fiivnl
Weakens in Fifth.
FI?fi0fiS TfUfiT 1T0MT: TEAM
Whent. With Three Single?, Is
Only Mnn Aide to Hit
Heine' ZlmtrcTman nrd Itoner Hie-s.
ttnhan were on tin sldn llnea nt i:Mcls
1'lehl yesterday afternoon mid tho Cubs
rcored their only triumph of four starts
BKsln.l the PodRera by a. tally of 4 to 1.
ZIni and Hrcs were In no slmpe to dlnport
themselves. Kach hurt his hand 011 the
other's head the day before. Neither wna
set down hy President Tcner, who hasn't
quite iiinijp up his mind yet whether to
eutpend tho belllKerents.
Chlcaito probably could have won yes
terday's engnKitnent with both the Teu
tons In Itm battle Hue. Larry Chenoy
tlnally woko up and did someood pitch
ItiK after morn than & month' wan
w-HVerlna:. Pfeffer twirled a fair irame.
but Chtney wan so closo to perfection
that the Dodger had not tho faintest
chanco. once tho Cubs matched Brook
lyn's opcnlnx count.
Hut for Z.ic.h Wheat. Cheney niln-ht have
had a no hit f ime. The left field slux
Ker made all three hits oolleeted off
0'I)a-s prlic mound man. The first of
there drove In the home team's only run.
The last, a scratch, came with two out
In the ninth. Znch eliifilcd In the fourth
with only ono out, but Myors foroed him
after Cutshaw Hied to rluht.
The wondrr la that Brooklyn scored at
all. This never would have been possible
but for a ateal by Dntlbert In the first
Innlnir after he had walked with ono out
It put him In position to profit most by
Wheat's first slnxle and save his fol
lowers from a row of ciphers.
Pfeffer mlsht have made a much better
ehowlnir If Brooklyn's defence had been
up to standard. In the fifth Inning Pfef
for broke, hastened to this end by
D.ilton's error on Archer's single, which
opened the period. Tho error cave Jimmy
au ext'a base. Cheney bunted nnd Pfef
fer slipped In flcldliur the ball, handing
his conttmporary a. scratch hit Tommy
Leach th.n pumptd one down the left lino
that cut through I'g.m, hecauffl the.
DodRor Infield had beon drawn close In.
This single scored Archer. Good sacri
ficed. Hater produced a fly to Myer
up against tbo rlijht field wall that tal
llid Cheney and put Leach on Uilrd.
Little Tommy was nipped trying to steal
1 "niton's mlsjudfrment cf fiwenej-a fly
heliM-d Chicago to anotnr-r run In the
sixth. He pulled up short, evidently
fearful of a collision with Myers, when
well within reaching distance f the ball.
The sphere then bounded over Dnlton's
head and rolled to tho fence for a triple.
It scort d Schulte, who hsd walked with
one out, Hweer.ey waa cnught on the
llnei near third when Merrick hit
sharply to the box. Kgan threw out
CutshaWn error wa directly responal
b!e for Chicago's ninth Inning count.
It put Archer on with none out. Chonny
struck out Then Leach doubled down the
first base line. Archer crosae.1 on flood's
long fly to lilton. The soore:
CHICAOO (Jf. L. J HROOKLYN tN. L.1
Learh.ef fi 0
OniKl rf . 3 0
Saler.lb 3 0
Cor'd'n.ib 4 ft
Schulte.lf 2 1
fily.3b 4 0
Pcrrl'k.n 4 o
Cheney.p 4 1
: 3 0 j :d&ra.s. 400040
0 3 0ft Daub't.lb. I J 0 n
v iianoti er 4
0 ivheat.tf.. 4
0 3 3
ft d.Cuts'iv.Ib. I 0 ft 0 1
3 0, Myers rf.. 3 0 0 3 0
S 1 Etmtb 3 ft ft 1 4
0 0,l4-artj,o I 0 ft 3 1
1 u Pfeffer.p, 3 0 ft 0 4
Totals. 33 4 3 37 11 1, Total! ..41 1 x ST 14 3
Chlcaro 00003100 l-a
Ilruokln 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-1
First bs on errors-Chlearo, li Hrooklyn 1.
lft on bse Chiearn. t; Brooklyn. 4 Mrsi
base in ballsOil Cheney. 1; olf Pfeffer. I,
Struck out Ur Cheney. 7, by l'letfer. 4, Three
bsee bit -Seeney 'Pwo bav hit- Leach Sao-rlfi-e
hlt-Snod Sacrifice lllee tjood, Paier.
Stolen bi. e -Duubert. Oood l'ssel bill Me
Carty Umpire In ch.ef Oulriey. Field umpire
Uasnn Time- 1 hour and 45 mlnui.
Yesterday a Results.
Hochejter, : Jery City. 3.
Newark s: lluffalo. ft (first ram
lluffalo, 2: Newark. 1 isecond ramei.
Jiillloiore. !: Tornotn, 4.
htaiidlntr of the Clubs.
w. i,. ic.' w. l rc
llaltlmore r. 44 ,;5I, Toronto r.; 34 .111
Roehester. 4 4.-, ISl.Vewarli W f.1 .4-.
Providence . M 44 .317 .Momrrni 41 e.-, ik7
tlu.talo. ..ft 44 ..: Jersey City 34 73 , 3:t
Hivhester In Jersey Cttx.
lluffalo In Newark
Monire-d tn p.-ovidenre
'I'orontii In lialtliiuire
At Jersey r tty.
If II 1"
nn heater ii. D . 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -010
Jersey fill (I L). 03000000 ft 3 11 3
Batteries - lli.'liwter- lloff utid Willi mis
Jersey II) Thompson, Williams nnd
It. II. E
TlulUlo til. ) KHHMI 0 3 3
Netvark II 1,1 0 0 043030 .. S 11 ft
natteilea- lluffalo .Heebe, Verbout and
tAloiice Newark Curtla and Wheat.
R. H. E.
Hilffalo (LI.).. 0 1 0 0 1 ft 0 P 0 3 I 0
.Newark ( I. U . ft 0 0 0 ft ft ft 0 1 1 10 3
Batteries. Buffalo Hader nod Stephens.
Newark S'-haoht. nrown an I H'cKlnrr-r,
71. It. PI
Toronto (L D....3 0 2 0 0 0 ft 0 0 4 3 3
TlHltluiora II 1.1 0 : I M 1 .. 4 0
Jiatterlea Toronto, Herbert. Johnson and
Krlt'hell. HaltlmoM. SIorrlsett, Rtutieli,
Untln and 3InAoy.
Nmv Tork Ptnte Leni-nn.
Srranton OOOftOlOO 3 4 3
Wllkesharr ,. tOOOlftSt .. 7 3 1
Batteries Hcranton Adklns nnd Bergsn.
Wilkeebarro -Msroney and Urlertr.
R. II. K
Troy on010 0 1 4 1
Albany ,. 0 I 1 0 J I 1 ., 4 t 3
Hatterleo Troy Frlel and Phelps. Al
bsn)" P. filtton and Wr.-dt
Utica lPft201(i0-4 7 1
Hyrarus OOftiooioo : 10 8
Hatterles Utlea Oberlln and McDonourh
Syracuse Burohelt and Whseler.
AT UINOH.UlTONFIR.3T OAM IS.
H. If. E.
Klmlra 00300000000 1 3 10 2
Blnrharntou., 100000010003 4 11 1
JJatterlia--Elnilrn Nicholson and Rlttar.
Blnahamton -Hercbe and Konnlck and
H. H. E.
Clmtra ., I M t I M- I 6 3
Hlnrfuimton 1 ft 3 ft ft .0 1 4 3 3
Haiterlsa Blmlra Swift and Bitter
Wnghanvton Hlirlns ami 1'etereon
Tulsa, li OkU.homi Clly. 3.
Muskoa-ea, f Henrietta., 3,
Mr Alerter, 3; Fort Hmlth, 1.
Beaumont ll Fort WortTt, .
(ialviaton, 3; Waeo, !
Han Antordo, I; Aiisllri. 3
Trt.Htate Learn e,
Allentown. li Lancaster. 0
Harrlab'irg. 3i Trenton. 1
PROTEST IS NOT ALLOWED.
Gtnnla' TTrrnty-ono Innlnir Vlotorr
Over Plrntesi fltnnda.
The twenty-one Inning victory of the
Qlants In IMtsbtrg on July 17 irtnnds.
The Plttnbtirg club protected the game,
declaring that Umpire llyron was WTong
In calllnK Wanner out for Inttrference
when the Dutchman picked up a loose
ball at third base and dropped It as he
ran for the plate. President Tenor de
cided yesterday that the umpire was
within hlg rights and disallowed the pro
teeit. "The umpire's decision." nays the
ruling, "having been based eolely on his
accuracy of Judgment, there, could be no
reversal of same."
The disputed. pny arose In the sixth
Inning. With on? out Wagner singled.
Uklng third on Vlox's hit to centre. The
throw by TJescher to third went under
Wagner as he wan sliding. Honus picked
up the ball, but dropped It after cat ey
ing It some dlttance. Wasn't- was de
clared out for lnterferncA and Vlox,
who meatiwhllo hsd Iteat It nround from
first to third, was sent back to second.
BLACKBURNE TO BE A FED.
."Urns With Hn (To to for 1015 nnd
lllllt rrnrdlnit fo Report.
l-llli'AU't, Aug. 12.- Ittir.ell Hlart,-.
buiiic, BVi'OtuI Insenuin of th- Whit- Sox,
has Jumped to the 1-V.ls and signed a con-
1 tract to pj ly with tin lluffalo outlaws
during the sensons of l!lr and ttlo, nv
curding io u report here to-night. Black
bumo will remain with Comiskey tho bid
Mice of tho present sejsoiu
Miiiiiiger Schlaily ndmlttcd In Pittsburg
nt-ently that lui was uiigllng for Black
burnt, hut ili.nled h iMwr signed him.
Klticc then an iiKcnt of the Buffalo Verts
dime to Chicago and offered the White
Sox player such 11 big increase over his
prcent salary, together with a bonus, I
that he accepted the terms and signed .1 j
two year contruct, accordlns to tho story 1
told. The agont Js said to have been I
rtlchard I). Carroll, ono of tho owners
of thn Buffalo TA-rts.
0DAY FINES ZIMMERMAN $100.
llolda Heine llntlrelj- tn Minnie for 1
l'lght -With Hreaimlian. I
t Heinle Zimmerman, the belligerent third
baseman of tho Cubs, who resented Boger
Breanahnn's warcasm with blown during
Tuesday's gajno In Brooklyn, waa lined
J100 by Manager Hank O'Day. Zimmer
man was held entirely responsible for
the brawl by his manager. Scretnry
John A. Hoydler of tho National League
announced yesterday fliat Oov. Tcner had
not acted uiiuii tho report of Umpire Mai
Kason in reference to the flrfht
.Imjiierman did not apiear In uniform
at Hbbets Field esterday. He obtained
leavo from O'Day when ho announced
tlmt hla arm wjin too store to play. Heinle
did not appear nt the Colonial Hotel all
day. Thin gave rise to a rumor that he
had deserted tho club. Thla story wan
ifuJed last night hy his family, which
llvew In Tho Bronx. It was said thuro
' that Zlmtnermiin had gono dlrectl to
tho tratn from hln home.
WHITNEY AND WRIGHT VICTORS.
j Take Point .Tndtth Double, final
Minifies Postponed tty Jlnln.
NASriAaAVPKTT Pita, Auk II. Despite
n downpour of rain during the morning
i and Marly afternoon, the final In the
doubles of the annual tennis tournament '
of the Point Judith Country Club was
Played this afternoon. E. II. Whitney
and I. C. Wright won three struight sets
over Ella Fottrell and B. C. Waters at
61, 64, I.
Waters nppeared rtrange on the gra9
courts, particularly so an the courts vtre
so damp that there was very little re
bound to the ball. Wright and Whitney's
team work was much better thnn that of
Owing to the rain the flnnl of the
Blnglea between Fottrell nnd Watson
Wafhburn was postponed until Saturday
or Sunday n-.xt.
BUYS HORSE SO OWN CAN WIN.
Murphy Pays, Snn.llOO for Peter
i s-cottt l.nsste tlofircKor Victor.
Kalamazoo. Mich.. Vug. 11 To keep
1 hlin ont of the way of tho heavily 011-
! K.tt;rii ij.t?nin .nevtregor, i nonius
Murphy bought tho stallion Pctor Scott.
C OT'i. to-day for $30,000. Peter Scott
wits then withdrawn for to-rtny'r Paper
I Mills take, nnd It Is the new owner's
Intention to hold tho stullon over for
I next ytnr. Being without a winning rnc
1 record he will bo eligible to the slowest
Peter Scott Is S years old and a eon of
rter thr Great Last spring Walter Cox
bought him for J10.000, representing H
N. .Small of Boston. It Is understood that
the new owner of Peter Sc dt In Henrj
Oliver of Pittsburg, a!o owner of Ixis
sle McGregor. Tho general 'impression is
that Peter Heott would hive won to-day
hud h" s'arted.
, CONSTANCE WINS FIRST RACE.
! Lends P Division In llrantta of
Halts Inn Vrirlit Clnb,
Bmition, I.. I., Aug. i: - Owing to tho
so,uall thut swept ovi r (ireat South Hay
jlnt ulghl there w-ero only thirty. four
1. starters 111 the first ihtn iplonshlp race
of the iinnutl crulso of tlio (ire.n South
! Hav Yacht Ittclng Association hern tn.
'day. The Bahylon Yacht Club managed
I the rogatta. In the P division, the most
' Important class to start th. winner was.
I Constance, tlm prvperty of y r soutbarri.
Lnngford Outpoints Jim .Tnhnann,
Sum Iangford'n superior ability at In
I fighting enabled him to outpoint Battling
I Jim Johnson In their ten round bout at
I the Stadium A. C lnt night. Johnson,
I who we lght"d 225 pounds tn Lsngfnrd's
I 204. learned early that he could not cope
with the Boston negro at close range. He
! tried to stay away nnd punch at full
arm's length, but neglected the use of hln
1 left In preference for his big rirht. which
1 left him wide open for Lungford's blows.
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CIIIKF STALLTNOS BEFTANT
"r.v fioys Don't, Know Wlint, the
Word Quit Moniifs," Ho Snys
Oeorge Ptalllngs took ndvnntagn of
yesterday'a rain In Boston to lend bis
sensational Braves to this city early last
evening. Johnny Kirrn, tho wonderful
second baseman, has rejoined the club, so
that the Hlg Chief will be able to put
hln full ntrcngth against the champion
Cllitiitn In tho opening gnmn of the Im
portant series which begins at tho Polo
Grounds this after' ion. Three games
only will bo played ai.d t - double header.
Strang" as It may seem, Stalllngs Is
not the least bit worried 01 er the oiiliiiine
of the three ganv-s liv, "I do not tlguro
this the Important tent for my club," said
the lender of the Braves at the Somerset
Hotel last nJcht. 'The next Western trip
will decide our peliimnt chuncr-a. We
might lose all thtce games to tho Olantn
nnd still be as dangerous as we are now,
I have handed tome game teams In my
time, but r.ono more aggressive nnd de
termined llian the Braves. My boyn do
not know what tho word uult means.
"But I am not going to lotu any three
games to Now York." and Stnlllngn'e
teeth net with a dick. "McClraw will
have to beat a ball club. I shall show
the champions some real pitching, any
how. "I think I have the best second string
pltchoia In the leaguo In spite of tho fact
that I have been criticised for calling
upon James, Hudolph and Tyler to fre
quently. Let mo tell ou that none of
thi no Is being called upon more often
than he can stand. Should anything
happen to any of the trio I still havo
flv able reserves. I have four right
hanikrs and nn equal number of
southpaws. Tho public of course Is fa
milial with James and Hudolph. Well,,
Davis and Crutchrr are. almost as good
Davis, who was with tho New York
Americans last spring, has devuoped a
fine spltball. Tyler Is my star left
bander of court.-, but tho veteran Otto
Hess, Strand and I'ottnll ar all de
pendable. I may start Hess to-morrow.
It will bo he or Hudolph."
Stalllngs belltives that every ono of the
first division clubs bus an excellent
chance for tho pennant and that the
fight will be close right to tht very last
"I hve maintained steadfastly that
the Cardinals were ono of the btt clubs
In the National league," said Stal
llngs. "Their record Is proving It.
Hugglns will be a hard follow to head
now that he la back on his own ground.
Chl'ago la not out of It by a long way
If Ch-noy's game In Brooklyn Is a eamplu
of what ho can do from now until Octo
ber. Outside of his pitchers I think
Hank O'Day has the best balanced team
In the circuit
"I never cross my bridges before I
come to them," Stalllngs concluded. "I
do not know where Boeton Is going to
finish. But I enn promlso my team wilt
fight to the end. I confidently expect to
outcampalen some of tho first division
clubs. (Hants, Cardinals and Cubs all
will Itr.ow they have been through a
fight, no matter where Boston may fin
ish." Prrsldrnt C. H. Ehbefs despatched a
courier to the press box yesterday after
noon to summon the scribes to a confer
ence. In the executive rooms nfter the
game. The writers thought surely that
In view- of the fact that Brook! jn had
won eight of Itr last thirteen games an
assembly of tho C. H Lbbeta Marching
and Chowder Association was In pros
pect The Flathush Squire crossed this
hope with tho plain announcement that
Jako Daubert was not fishing for the
management of the club nnd that there
was no discord In the ri,nks of the
Forty Mile Itsoe To-morrow Nlirht.
Bain prevented the forty mile motor
paced race scheduled nt the Brighton
Beach Motordrome last night, and H
wua positioned to to-morrow nltht. The
draw for' pacemakers was made, how
ever, and will stand. Vlticenan Madonn
drew flr.'t choice and sclccied Charley
Stcln, who usually paces Bobby Wal
thour The latter got &e-ond choice and
picked Jimmy Hunter.
Ne-TT Yorkers In .Mnnntntn final
BnnTTON Woons, N. H., Aug. 12. -It. F.
Mundy of Ardsley imd L. A. Hamflton
of llnglowood have the B-etton Woods
golf championship between them. In the
senil-tlti.il round this iilternoon Mundy
defeated H. ('. Ciishmati. Jr.. of Oakley,
bv 4 up and 3 to plav. and Hamilton won
from AV A. Pratt of Morris C (!. by II up
and 2 to play.
TetslnfT Brenltsi 4ne Atllr Itecord.
Salt Lake Crrr, Utah. Aug. 12 Teddv
Tetzinff dtxn-e his Blltzen Benr tn a new
world'., automobile record for ono mile
strilghtawnv to-dny n thn Salt Bed
course here His time was 25 1 r sec
onds, Fnstrrn Association.
Hartford. 1; New Haven.
AVnterburv, 11, New London, 3
Now Britain. 9, ilp'lngnold. 1
BrlJreiiort, 9. Plttsfleld, 3 (first gatn).
ntlafleld, S, Bridgeport, 3eeeend ratna).
Motdle, N'ew Orleans, 0 (fleet game):
New Orlertns, i Mobile, 1 isscond gains
Montgomsry, 4, Birmingham, a (first
game)i Birmingham, 3, Montgomery, 0
(second aame e!t Innings; darkness)
Nashville- Atlanta -Rain,
Memphis Chattanooga -Rain
. mi n rriAiuJ
MOTOR TRUCK MEN TO MEET.
Convention Arrnngeil to His lllc1
In Detroit In October.
Tlm Motor Truek Club of America wilt
hold a convention of motor truck owners,
dealers and users In Detroit on October 7.
K, 0 and 10. Other associations have been
Invited to cooperate and attend. (leorgo
II. Puck, president of the club, completed
arrangements yesterday with tho Detroit
Bureau of Commerce to bold tho conven
tion In the Cadillac Hotel oonveiittoi hall,
seating l.OOn. L. Lee Barrett, secretary
of tho Detroit cotiv itloti nnd tourist bu
reau of the Detroit Bureau of Commerce,
represents tho club at headquarters In the
At a meeting of the trade yesterday the
convention wan Indorsed and the (ommlt
tees were appointed. C. It. Norton, Pack
ard, Is chairman of the general commit
tee: M. L. Pulcher, Federal, chairman of
finance committee: John II. Thompson,
dealer, chairman of dealers' committee:
W. D. Anderson, Anderson Klootrlo. chair
man of electric committee, and It. B.
Spencer. Denby, chairman of publicity
committee. All of these committees nre
local and operate preparatory to the open
ing of the convention. The programme
and the subjects for dlecur.slon are In the
hands of the regular committee of the
Motor Truck Club of Ametlca and lta as
sociates. The first dny of the convention will be
manufacture! s' day, the secoml day deal
ers' day, the third nnd fourth days will be
"get' together days." No admission fees
will be charged. No exhibits will bo mado.
Truck owners and users nte Invited.
TO RESUME TRIP SOON
Should fie Aide to Snil From
fiermiidn to Smidy Hook
in Threo Dnys.
: The Kliamroik IV. Is trUII at nermuda,
I but Col. Duncan D. F. Nell expwtn to be
1 ordered to procood to New York In a few
I days. It Is 650 miles from Hamilton to
Sandy Hook, nnd the yacht should bo
' able to make that distance In about three
I days with fair weather.
1 No reply was rocvlvod yesterday from
, the Hoyal Ulster Yacht Club to tho cablo
I of the New York Yacht Club suggesting
that the America's cup race go over until
next year. No one doubts, htrwever. that
the challengers will agree to this nnd
that later, when the present disturbance
In Lurope ban smoothed down, tho two
clubs will agree on the dates of the races
to bo ealled off tho Hook. Tho first race
was schedule.1 for September 10. and
nhould Sir Thomus Insist on sailing then
he would havo very thort tlmo now to
get his yacht In condition to race.
, Whether the defenders will bo permitted
, to make radical changes In model la
something 110 one at prosont can toll.
Some think that In fairness tho yachts
should be laid up as they are now , and
resumo racing next season In their prcent
shape. All this will bo nrranged biter
by tho Royal Ulster and Now- York Yacht
VETERANS PLAY EVEN GAME.
Time Culled With Ilnmltton m liana
Behind, ft AVIchets tn Hnnd.
Hamilton, Ont. Aug. 12. Brilliant
batting on both sides waa seen tn the
second match of the tour In Canada of
tho New York A'eteran Cilcket Associa
tion. By reason of the big scoring tho
Game with the Hamilton Cricket Club
to-day wan left drawn, with honors fairly
even. Tl.e New Yorkers' total was 239.
AVIth tho local total at 22R tor 7 wlcket.s
time was called, with Hamilton 31 runs
behind tunl S wickets In band. The
N. Y. A'F.TERANB.
O. Soott-Dalrllsh. b Ptrle
C R Slmpion. b Drope
F. F. Kelly, e Draper, b Perls..
11 V.'. Harper, b i'erle
H. Kortlang, not out
A. Hosklnrs. not out
Total (declared I nickels. r-j
F. O Bai s. S Son, hem, W. Hawkins. H
Williams, J. S Bre: ilt.l not bat.
BAMIi.TON C. C.
Readee. h Southern 3
Otbson. b Southern :t
Thomas, b Kortlang 2T
Brope, b Korllang 6
Wright. 1. b. .. U Kelly 2
Bannister, c Kelly, h Hoaklngs :.
T'erle, not out 31
Rowland, b Kelly 24
Stewart, not out
Total (7 wleketal. tsT
South Atlantle League.
Columbus, 4j Albany, 3 (Unit game); A.
1 bany. 3; Cobitnbii. 0 (r.cmd ganiu).
1 Columbia. 4. Havanti.ih, 1
I Macon. 7; Jacksonville, 3
j Augusta, 2; Charleston, 1
JtoanoVe, 8 Norfolk, 3 (first game)
Norfolk. 7, Roanoke, 1 (second game
I Klclimntid 7: Portsmouth. 3.
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TUESDAY'S HATCH STHO.VO
Ouimet Fnircd With Itrinlv on
'I'hnt Dny MoDei'inoU in
The names of 111 golferc, nil but fcu-.
teen of whom nrn professionals, uppt-ar en
the list of entries for the national or,.fl
championship, which was announced ver.
terd.iy by John Held, Jr., secretary tf li4
United States Golf Association Tt
tourney will begin on Tuesday of next
week nt Jhe Midlothian Country ( mb,
Blue Island, III, about twenty-the nnlrj
southwn-st of Chicago.
As was expected, Francis Ouimet tt-m
defend the title which he won at H: 10k.
linn lust year, and In the firs: qtn'.f
round on Tuesday hi will plaj will ,,
J. Brady, the .Mattiachusetts open ilmni
plon. Other prominent contestants whi
will play on Tutsday am Jack Dunlins;,
Joe Mitchell. Tom Kerrigan, Alex Hmin
Willie MacFurlatie, George oini .a,
AVarrcn IC AA'ood, James Barnes, Mai don
aid Smith and AVnlter I lag In.
The niott prominent names nn the list,
of those who will pla In the scconi qui.
Ifylng round on Wednesday are James
Donaldson, George Sargent, Tom Mcv
mam, J. J McDermott, l"Ved McLcoi,
Jack' Hutchinson, Charles Uvsns, Jr,
Louis Tclller nnd Tom A'nrdon It lin.lts
lis though It will prove to be llttli
harder to qualify on the first div t',an
on the second.
Francis Ouimet and Robert C Watson,
pirsldcnt of the P. S. G. A., arc the only
tm.iteur- fritn tho K.ist who bale n..
tered, all of tho others Itelng from th
West and South.
The entries nnd pairings:
Tuesda . August Is Hurry Cowl. Pr.m
tr.outh N H.. and II. l. ltee. K.tlrm,inl
(' r . J. H. Taylor, I'anton, OMo and Hsry
Flora. Portage Lake O ; W. li.ui",
Annandalc C. C. and H. J. Barrl, linern. s
(' C . tl. I'. Ktin l.a liranrs C C . ar.i w
N. Brown Westw urd-Ho a P.. .1. II Ti-.
son. l'hl.a lelphl 1 (i ' and Dale M. K.
BelleMov . H. t Fletcher Winnipeg,
Walter Andrew. ItlverstJe 11. t.. .ie Hies
Hrac Burn C. and Tom Kerrigan tie.ti.a.n
Country hiiiI I o!o (tub, Joe Mitchell ' i
Cltiveland. and Jack Burke Tlnrid-r Ha
11. C. . W. J Hell. Toronto, and Fr-d Ur.nl
Mount l,ehan' 11 1- C . M. J Br.nl U. is.
ton G. C, and Mr Francis i)ul-.net, w,. 4.
land II C. . P. F. Barrett, Toronto, and la V
Howling. Scaredate i. C . Mr. W. .1 Fe.
iimah.i (. 1 . and John Mrtlregor; ten a.-er
C, Alex Smith, Wyl.agyl Ci c. and M 1 ,m
MaeFarlar.e, Buburban C ; Ralph lv, l '..n
kopf. Kucltd C. nnd B O. I.agerb'aje
Voungstunn. Ono H.ickbarth, HtnMi.i'c .
and (I. O. .stmpaon. Otnnh . C; C It Mu
ray, Montreal, at.d Mr. AV. K. Wood I 1 ..
n oor C. C. . James Barnes. Whin-mars .
ley C. C. and c. P Nel.nti. Lakowood ;
Tom Anderson. Jr. Jlontelalr i. c i.rl
B-rnard Nlehu.s, Wilmington C. C : M.i. n
aid Sml'li. O.ikmont I C. and Andrew
Campbell. Sprlnghr.vcn C. C. , J. 1: Patt-un.
IVestnooJ ll. c , and W. (I Kovargu r . iKle
C c . Joe Mitchell. Ppper Monti lair ii c
at 1 J .1 O'ilrlen. Westbrook 11. c. . At !r.
B-own, St Joseph and W. II. Lille. '. .1 1 1
Beach. O. Oarty, I.nku Geneva C. C., f 1 M
II Lcif-an. Ml.liotl.laii CO.; Mr. It S Ki,p
mann, San Antonio C. C, und AV. 1 II 1. 11,
Rochester ('. c, Dan Kcnni. Ham ', . '
c and I. M. Maetionald. Uurtalo i .' Vr
"nrl leol. lllvtrstde ll. C and Jack '"rMk-,
Calumet C. .; Mr. J. M. Mncdonaia. 'a
umct c. C, and (leorge Kinsman. AVri ta
land '. 1" ; Dave Kober, llv. melon ii. '
Wednesda)-. August 13 J. A Iua n,
nlrnvlew c. C. nnd Jack Morton, v,,n r
; J Frothlnsham. India Hill c ae.
ll (iarre, Ottuwa (I c . John liatherj.ii.
Rldgewood O c . and Mr L. Jaeoiiv 1 . r.i
f. ' . r h. Hoffner, C. of Atlinitl. It),
and James McOregor, JllsquainkLt '
T. A llalluntynr. Maywood (J. (' , nnd a
1 In Nilsoti. I.akevlew C. C . Mr AV l 1 ari,
itmaba Field C and William 11 l.i.i.
Itlveriletv r. i ; oorge Sargent, i--..v
'ia.e is r and A. H. Murrai. !ln'i'i',
W II Way, Mayfleld '. C. and Ja. u .1 !'i.
Newark. N J : James Herd. South s: 's
i'. '. und William Kldd. Algonquin ' .
Stewart (lardner. i:monr C r. and Ar'lmr
Andrei. Hlvertlde (!. C . Tom MacN.itnar
Boston, nnj Karl lteifir. Ottawa- U II
Magulre. Houston C. P. and L. M Ne'sotr
Highland (i f : Fred Mcl.eod, Columhla c
mid Alex T.Dior, nailsloe C. C , Ar-t.ur
Smith. Arllnsiun o C. and J. lireen.
Bet Springs. Vs.; .7. J. MeBermott. C
of Atlantic City, and H s. HIack, Otiawa,
James Starr, C. r of Pnlontown. and II it
ton Martin, Los Angeles C. c ; Jack Huu-I.-Inson,
Alleglieny c. C, and W C Sher
wood. Memphis C. c , A. O Herr Lincoln.
Neb, and Thomas F.dwards, Kenllwonb "
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I. vans, Jr. Kdgewnter O. C; Petor Hitidrle,
Indianapolis r, c, and James Fluid. Savan
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