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Giants Lose Again to Cincinnati and Drop Back to Tie for the Lead With Boston Braves
THE SUN, MONDAY, AUGUST 24, 1914.
REDS JOSTLE GIANTS
TO ANOTHER DEFEAT
Outl'ii'Mi'i' Moi-un's Last Act. ns
If iMllfir Is lilt Scoring1 the
Winning Tnl ly.
AMI PITCHES BEST IMUNI),D"m,f' J !
Trsreiiu. Invincible at. Stnrt,
llpplaccd by Dcmnrcc and
(Jaiim Flickers Out.
i i, ili added Intuit to Injury hy
tri ' ik" the chnniplon (Hants again yes-
Krit.i aft, rnoon and dragging Mcclraw's
hut- it .e.idfr down even with the
,irH "I Hoston Hraves, who had an
ope' i'e Ht I.ouls triumphed over
fir. 'k i thereby paining a full came
(,! it i" it ami linn a Kani on mis-
- 1, , ! evented the game In Chicago
br'K' ' the (lib and I'll II Urn. The Na
tl . i ! igur pennant race this morning
tn r . t t ig than It has been beforo
r i - Sew V ,rk ;
i. . . Mr ikin J
I . i li) ,tgo, r.iln.
p. lulled (.landing it the dobs.
91. 1itili ; 6
"! t 7
7 6 in; a
e ; M 7;
u 7 in) 8j
A II .1
4" 4 S3 M l"1
To-da) 'a Schedule.
,v.r y.,rk In Ht Louts,
llr - mi I'l Clncltlltfttl.
II ' in I'lih gn
I'll 4Ur.pliU 111 I'lU.hurg,
C's. 'Nsati, Aug. 23 Just one trial
sf'c laolher Ii the career of the (.Hants
ttif- diss This uflornoon they renewed
tin r efforts to break their losing streak
ami w mud up their stay In Cincinnati
b' Inning thre slrulKhl, They were
tt;n 3 to : to-day, and the winning
ta ! for the local coterie of gladiators
i battel to the home rendezvous by
H'fh M ran, There were two out v hon )
Mn'.in was of great value to the llcds !
In Ih ,i series, lilt batting did ns much as
if li d more than the t'fforta of any other !
- i.llvldual to Increase the dlscom-
f'H'f of the (Hants. Hut Moran has done
I Mf. fI:llllliI?H lift will iln tn fh Ohiil.
is a lied, 'Cause why.'he has been sold 1
. . r. . ... . ., ., . 1
to tiieiiostnns. The transaction which ,
if: Is the player who was a thorn In tha
S. of the OlKn.s the last three games
to ihi' Ilravea the Giants' closest pennant ,
1,... ..Iv,. ,.,.1 f. ...... 1
ll III Ti-tmrt ,.. SJtntllnc.. tn.mnrrnw I, lu
, ..." ,
ui icrst un' Itcd KUIIfcr from tho Mln
nt i, j! i ' ,iib s to report here to-morrow
an I Play centre for the locals. Moran Is
In tough luck going from a second dl
vl. ', iollw.lion of talent to a club which
li n.aking n strong fight for the cham
Ttie (iiante led for a while to-day, were
behind f"r a while, tied for a while then
K.iui. with two out lu Uic ninth Inning.
Ami's pd' tied steillng ball all through
and Ttni-.iu went along Invincibly for
1 i inn.ngs. Ills effectiveness was
brushed aside long etiuugh tn the sixth
for 'he iteds to make two runs on four
hi - i ne a , i-utch by Hcrzog. The defeat
l ctirK, , to Deimiree who went In with
t d. - .- a tie
1 is more dash In tho playing of
the it, ,., th.m the Giants, and Hulnlo
lip' ,i ' g with Moran and Gonzales,
wns ;i r .- ,m .., t agent In the maltreat
tiit tho champions, llclnlo mado a
t . ' . ,r,,i killed a couplo of alien hits
l) .it vt,,i There waa sharp tlcld-1-c
a- l w , hbly Holding on both tildes,
an! the liuM won because they were
" , ' MLit.vit with the stick. When
i fain the Giants pavo an-
' ' Kit helpless sort of exhibitions
' i- featured their attack elnce
i , 'alien upon tobogganing days.
T ' ' -t 't eir fifth straight to-day, li.ivo
'' t of their last eight with tho
t I )nuc lnkt uino of their last ten j
ri'ii- 1'inbillt.v to hit inakea thu team
'" - - iggieh. and alert mental attitude
11 ' -,B vet Ihn nln vara nr all mil.
r,.n V . f. j m . i
r' tm i an do hotter and will take a
''X l'a e At ttm rate they are going
'I- , nt a bright chance of returning
..w, in u- i;w. iiiiTio n or inu nrsi rnvis on. '
was something of a novelty when I
lo fl a-ta .-oiid first. Meyers sliced u I
'r bagget to left lu tho third Inning, tho
' ge" " ,v Twombly, who made a
" ' " it Ti'sre.itl hit savagely to I
ri' l'i' g Meyers on thild. Daulela j
3'u'ipra i iw ncr a long tly and h s nwk-i
of It guvo Ilescher 11 two
gRer or w iu h Mevi-rs scrir.-il. leble
' f il uw I TVsre.tu slid, us ho had
twrfe.'l r j it to do, but tho partisan
" '"de t mi for humping Into Gon
' " w'i. 011 to thu ball. Hums
'' I w another fotce ho didn't
ii . ' ,yi tin. scries and tho Giants
t 1 s tc .mam until the eighth, when
' s g "I. with none out. Mur
' r i'i ,nK fr t10 ciildf, took
' 1 I 11.111 a spluHh to Ann. Ilesch
' g'e si'oiimI Murray. Grant's bid
' ' ,is rU'Tied by Groh'a Irldlecunt
I Hums grounded to Herzog.
1 'is good pitching and tidy sup-
lie Iteds In subjection for five
J' I'letcher made a lino play
'r ' ''i A poke bounced off Teti-
; ''J and Fletcher, grabbing It
'' ' ''('k of second last, heaved
' llobertson Ht,iinied over
"ii balked Hescher, ro that
,' . 1 1 fluke two bagger, but
J 1 twj nut and tho Cuban was
' ' le Ins Kocond hit In the sixth.
,' went lazily lo the Infield
k ' ''.I .-.iililnt be handled In time
" ' ' i' Moran, who had stolen
1 Hi ri, Twombly belted Tim.
'V f ' ,olll "Inglft and scored Moran.
'ln K iz forced Unrzog at third.
1-ilt . one imse blow and brought
I"" pentagon, lli'schcr didn't
ag throw In to smear Twombly,
'"I I lie ball way wide of the
ii.- , nir;d the Inning, however,
ni ,1 catch of a line drive.
' J' -tlnl .mi- of li'niarei''H blow
t n tint ninth. Ames on
'S t a st" oiid nut I'nr the nr.
11 i a ems Moran ral-i'il a J
.1 ll''l.-i 111 ri'lltre wl.i l-p I
Phi. I .lli.r iviii. t.l ill.,,.
to i ie ,eft for Moran. Hy trie time
tho IihII was, relayed to Doyle, Gonzales,
not a fast runner, wan close, enough to
tho plate, to be e,uro of the run which
brought the niunts down to a rarity with
the Hraves In the percentage column. Tho
NEW YORK (N. L.) I CINCINNATI (N U)
. . lb r h i f I lb r h p i r
Ilest.'r.rf. 4 0 : 3 o 1 Muran.el. r. t J 0 0 0
(IranLJb. 4 0 0 2 : tildor.M. 4 0 13 6 1
Hllrili.rf. 4 0 0 3 0 OTw'bly.lf. 4 13 6 0 0
Nete'r.ss 4 0 0 1 3 0 VnK'ti.lb 3 0 0 0 1 0
Hotnll.lt 4 0 1 0 0 o'Niehott.Sb 0 0 0 0 0 0
luyle.:t. 4 0 0 1 1. 0'(rnh.:ti. 4 0 116 0
mi'g'aa,ib 3 0 014 0 OlDanlela.rf 4 0 0 3 0 0
Meyert.e. 3 13 11 0 Kell'rr.tb 3 0 0 14 0 0
Murray. 0 1 0 0 0 0 Oonialea.c 4 1 3 8 3 0
McLean.c 0 0 0 1 0 O'Amei.p... 3 0 1 0 3 0
Tesr'u.p, 3 0 1 1 6 01
UKinitll.. 1 0 0 0 0 0 T0talt..,34 3 11 3716 1
Totalt.,31 3 eJMlit
nun for Mrtrs In the eighth Inning.
Uiatted for Tctrtau In the eighth Inning.
ITo out when winning run at cored.
New York 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0-3
find hi) Ml 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 13
First base on errort New York, 1; Cincin
nati, 1. ft on bases-New York. 4; Cincin
nati, . First baae on 1J1 Off Trarsau. 1.
Slrin-k out-lly Tesre.au, l! by Demaree. 1: by
Am. 1. Two base hlta-. Meyers, Hcsihrr.
Moran, Oonaalta. Saorlflr hilt Nlehofl, Aran
Stolen hs.se Moran. Double plays Tesrtau
and Nnodra. Grant, Doyle and Hnrtdrraaa
Jtlte-Off Tesreau. In wren Inning: off
I'rmarrr. i in I inninas. umpire in cniel-
ivieni. nein umpire Kmme,
nd 66 minutes.
Time, 1 hour 1
Kama City. 13: llltsburg, 6.
bt IxiuU. 4; Ilaltlmore, 3.
STANDING OP THK CLUns.
W 1,. l-c W. I j. IT.
Indlanapoln (3 .Mtinrookljn.... M M .fcx
Chl-MO.. 3 61 HO Kui.n. Clly. 64 HI .470
Halllmore . 61 hi ,ur Si Umla... to M .4:.!
buffalo . 64 6 ,M( IMtlUmri K 3 .r.i
Ilrooklrn In Indlaiiaiialli.
Halllmore In t liiils.
ritmburc In Kanaaa Clly,
At ft. Iyul.
n, ii e
Baltimore 'F L.) 10003000 03 9 1
Ht. lunula If, I..). I 1 0 1 t 0 0 0 ..4 3
llatterle llnltlmere, Dalley, Conley, Wl.
helm ami Jacklltrch and lliini'll; Ht. Loula,
Davenport and Hlmon.
At Kaniwa City.
IU It. B
Plltnburg tr.UI.O 3O3O0100 6 10 3
Kan Clly (KI..1.3 0 S 0 I 1 0 I ..13 11 3
Datterlea I'lllihurg. Ttararer and Ilerry,
Kanaa Clly, Johnnin and latterly.
New York Htate Tacue,
n. It V.
0 A 1 1 1 t 0 1 06 11 J
0 0 0 1 : 1 t 07 9 0
Ilaliirlta Parsons and I'ttirrralil : Rvlft I
and Hitler. I
AT ALnANY nHT OAME. i
Blnghamton 0 0 1 1 6 0 0 0 07 11 1
Albany 30000100 04 9 3 J
llitlerlea Itapp and Knnnli-k, (1aler.
llarned and riougher. 1
, SKC'OND OAMK.
It. 11 B
! ,'J';hn"nn JJ5IIJ5I ! !
llaiterlea Hrtttnn, lllgglna ami reler-
eon. WeUi and Clourlier.
No other giiie arhediiled.
3ia.mii.u ur -iiic w.ujis
W. K It'
v. I,. i
Wllkeib'arre 71 37 armTror
Klmlra. .. "I 44 l,Albany .
I'lica M 4J ..- Syrwuw
lllnghamton 6a i Scrantiwi
31 77 .Hi '
Atlantic League. 1
... ...... ,
n if p '
? 5 5 ? 1 I ? J it! '2 1
D - mhury . . .10 0 10 10 0 01 h
II.M..,. tint- .. ,1 lTln, t'l-. .....I
V ': " " "
r I'ATKKSW-kiiwt kamk: '
tl II K
1 5 10 0 0 0 h l
l'alerwn. ..... . ... 0 .0 0 0 0. 3 6 0, -S IS 3
I'dlltllCs nilUI 11U JVUill. IIMS MI1U 4.KV.
Middletoan 1 0 0 0 o 0-7 10 1 1
i It in i 1
i riirmoi! .... u g o i o o 13 e 3
,.. . . . . . . . i :
1 aleraon. . .
u...i. - ,
"J-!", . . ,. .....
" " !
oauenea-ocnunc anu iioin; umitn an
STANDING Or TUB QLirns.
W. T.. 1"C ! W I. re 1
w. j.. IV
lT.onf ll'rh t! -a Ik' V.bliiirM, 5: 1? r... .
i.m . .. ..l ; . . II .. ...
j ni.in. w .i . , i-rnn Ami
IVrth Amtoy 33 44 431'
l.llp.rtn I IS 111
Danhury. 4.1 34 .631 Patrraon. ..33 4 ,W
iiuuieiuwn 3J ii .ajujAtnury j-ark ;i t
Mllaukm, 3, (l-velunl, 1.
ft Paul. 3, Indianapolis 3 (flnt mm.)
Indlanapnlla, 5; tit. Paul. 3 (terond gam).
Kanaaa City, 4, Cnlumbua. 3 (flnt game).
Kaniaa Clly. 6. Columtiua, 3 (second game).
Louisville, 3. Mlnnrapollr, 3 (rtrit saina),
l.'iulivllle, 13, .Mlnnrapulla, 3 (ncond
BTANDINO OP THE CLUI1S.
W. I. I-C : W. h 1-C.
ril.b.,l.. r-n ri. ...... .
l.i,inril!. . iji r.n M.i. nt. c- cr m
lndianaiiolli S1 S3 .f,37'Mlnneapolla. M 73 .-4.M I last place, la only eleven gaip.-s behind the
Columbua,. M 3 .MdjSt Paul .... 17 Si .K3,aiantH and Kraves. Kvery club In th"
I'aelllc Couat League.
Venire, 6. Han KranrUcn. 3 (A M.
Kan KrancUio. 4: Venire, 0 (P. M,).
Portland, 7. Oakland, 3 (A. M. )
Portland, 3, Oaklaml, 3 (I' M ).
l.oa Angi-lea. 3; Hacramentn, 1 (A. M
Ii a Angtlta. 6. Karranitntn, 0 (P. M ).
STANUINO OF1 THE CLUPS.
w. i,. i-c.; w. i, re.
Portland.... 7 6S .f.! San Franelco7ll 1 ,631
VenliT. 77 67 .IK Sarramento, r3 3 .136
lint Angeles 77 6 ,63ii Oakland. 61 7 ,33
V L It!
V. I. 1-C,
u ? f,";elln - 8
8 :sm ifarhtii " l'i ':
CO .Maticheitrr. . 31 "0
Ilriilirepnrt. 3: New Ix)ndon, 0.
llttaDeld. 3! New Haen. 3.
Waii-Vbury, 4; bpnngflrld, 3,
STANDING OK THE CLCIIS.
V. L. 1-C. w I. I?
Xt Union 4S 30 ,c:rt' Hart ford, .. 61 4'i ,6.
"'aterbury . Si w .eo: IMUdeld.... 4 63 .4CI
1 rldgeiwrl 64 4k 131' New Haven. 44 61 .443
IBprlngfield 63 61 M4 New llrltaln. 31 77 .337
North Carolina League.
w J( JV w , K?
linrh.m e. ii i. iif.i.ici. .r. p.
Charlotte.. 63 43 ,wv (ireemtmro.. 41 w ,4,ni
VVln'n-Salrm 67 46 Mil Anhevllle.
43 61 ,3M
South Atlantic League.
w 1.. ItM IV j, jhj
Charlrtton.. 13 31 .ll,ClumMa.... I J) ,444
"'"any .. ,. auruiit, . . 30 .v.
30 I'll ,r6Mai-on ... 33 37 ,419
37 36 .61VIJiuk0llvllle. 19 31 ,Xi
Mobile, 6. .Memphis, 1
Atlanta, , Mnntsotnrry, 3
Nw Orleans, 5; ChatLinoiiica, 3.
lllrmlnghain, 3, Nanulllr, 3 (nine
STANDING OP Till! CLUHS.
W l IV I W L.
New Orleans "0 63 .M Nashville..., ii f.3
lllrnilngham 71 61 ,r.6(.(iiattaunogs. ft? r,
Mobile. ... 70 67 ,661 Mtmphls M 73
Atlanta (3 65 .631, Montgomery 44 VI
(imaha, 6. Lincoln, 4 4 first samtl.
Lincoln. 3; Omaha. 1 (second gama),
Minna City, 7; tlenver, 5.
Ilea Mollies, 6, U'lc httu. 4.
Ht, Jntrpli, 3, Tiiprku, I,
STANDING, or THE CLUPS.
V L. 11! w L.
Sioux City 70 47 .r.37 Lincoln en l
Denver . . 74 63 ,:.3 Omaha, ... 6S 70
SI Jowih. i3 63 67S Topi'Ua . ... 63 7S
Ilea Moines 6.' to Wichita 43 77
K. I. T, I-ruuur.
Cairo. 5; Hemlemnn. 4 (II lnmngsl,
Owentboro, t; I'aducah. 3.
bTANDINU OK THE CLUI13
w. l. it;. vr. l. ro.
67 40 .(77 Owenahoro,, 1,4 ct ,6ai
(3 i'J ,633Pailut'all 66 64 ,,06
Wit, 11, 6;
l),dlus. 4: San Antonio. 3 (11 mntnr.i
Fort Worth. (Jjlvratun. 1 Iflrat game);
Vort Worth, I; Oalvemon. 0 (second gdmei,
STANUINO OK THE COWS.
W L. I-C W I,
S3 it, 6,-,9'Kort Worth ill ;i .4-
VI 4k CO iuilae. . . co ;s 411
v, u DVIinilll Ainonio V. kk JB
l 6C .MlllAUktlll . 31 lo- jjj
. 1I1M.II1I.Ii lll'l'll. ' i i" I
'. .'. . .: .! . . . .!', ! .Allien
M. S V
I'll ijfc-u rum urvunus. .turn 6n..
BOSTON SPURT REAL
Hraves Tio tho Glnnts for Lead,
Cominc From Cellar In
Trifle Over Month.
RACE THE GREATEST EVER
Dodgers, in Last Position, Only
Eleven Full Games Away
For the first time alnce the fatlonl
lamie aeason was fairly under way &
foreign tot this morning dlaputei the
(lend with our champion (Jlanta. The ln
aatlonal Doaton Ilravee atepped Intn a tin
j with the three time National League win
ners a a result of New York'a defeat
yesterday at the hande of the Cincinnati
fleds. The Hub team was Idle In Pitts
burg. They didn't have to catch the
Giants the I'olo Grounders came back Ui
Whether or not Hoalon earns the
prlxllego of facing the Athletics In the
, world's eerie, the fact remains that no
! ball team of modem tlmcm has accom
plished such a herculean tHsk us this
same force of (leorgo T. Mailings. In
a little more than a month the lllg Chief
ran the igamut from last place to first
or what Is practically the same thing, a
tie for It There waa but one other such
, apurt during the regime of the National
ivmmiseion. In 1 oe Fielder Jones, by
grace of nineteen straight victories with
the White Sox, crowded from seventh
portion to tho front. ll did not climb
alone on nerve and luck, for after beat
ing the field for the American league
championship Jones astonished the world
through winning a world's series from
tho Oubs. And the Cubi then were at
tne heyday of their power.
Just establlfhed a record of 111", vlci.irle I
In a schedule of 154 iumn that scimun. ,
l n,0i; every ono look.d for the While1
u rrek af,er lh,' lned the It ail.
Optimists who live outside of the City of
Cultum have been piedJctlng the same
Ihlnv for Itostun for more than t
.weeks. If lioston Is clue to break It hus
1 shown no e Irienre of the o.il.imlty to
'I'- Invariably tho team haa ronw back
, ",lT""K . ry MfHi- Saturday's
.double header hub a Mttlnr Illustration.
James, one of the main dependence,) of
inn itraves, was bcuten after twelve In-
inings in tho first game. In suite of hav.
in un Miirl.- I...l i I.. .1. .
t ..-' in ino pccxjnu f
Bailie the Kraves turned rouiiil and
oouoieii tne score of the Corsairs.
Those who had regarded iloMon as a
fals alarm two nerka ago nro trying now
to hedco th.'lr h..tM. Mmn. Vi.ri- li.l-l.....
nurchuspa Hint tr-u.1r.a l.t. U...1II..... I......
?!'' hint to frame ist of nil iwrit" I
HUriUll 1H (IIII IH'PII U I I tlm ill tit l.
t.uu,B Mallliigs's te.im has been playing
- .... .... .......r- - .
." wie league i.ir more tnan
11 inntith II- I 1........
ltouer rather thnn uaiIi.p i.u t-... 1
Ul U bllnd daah for the I- 1
,,,.H ,i'.i, 7u. "" rc"our,-c!,
.. "llnm tnn couple of weeks Htal-
lines has secoreri ln i,l.v... .k.ij
help him greatly through the fnrlnii. rlriv.
!''ln hlm KjezUy through the furious drive
it.. ..... ...
i" ui 1110 way. riuril tfaseman Red
smitn Is one. Outfielder Herb Moran the
. ' VM..t"Ki ikiu ..iur.ni me
other. Moran was secured Haturdjv from
Cincinnati. He win report ,,. Uonio,X
i uiiiCiffo. th nil imcf ti.i ( iniiii i
""ii miKiuai ill lltl illlg lieu Amt O S'tl- ,
terdliy'S VlCtOrV OVI-r Ih.' m.intu t. ...
some strange turn of fate the right to
V !.. .... ... . ,
. ' . . , .... .j
York' (lnjl bnmlll,. .. ... ... 1
i served for tho hard luck pitcher cuxtolY 1
lof .McGraw ' lo"
t?i..J , L . . . .
wa.w.. inn; piri iihu me iront to
nay, uui tn.it uoes not mean the pen
nam. mailings is itkelv
stlffir opposition from now until October
than that which Klelder Jones met from
American 1e.igue rivals In 1906. The
four first division teams of the Natlonnl
League urn so closely bunched that any
one may have a distinct advantage bv
the end of the week. Nor nru th second
division Clubs to be deanlsrrt tlrru.LK., ii.
league la capable of giving another a fight
to the finish, The American league of
iivv -.is hoi nearly so well balunceu.
I'resldent James K. Gnffney of tho Ho,
ton Nationals expressi-d keen delight over
the acquisition of Outfielder Moran.
"Stnlllngs has bten after that fellow for
more than u year," said the owner or the
Hraves last night "He tried desperately
to get him from Charles II. Kbb.'tH befom
the latter sold Moran to Cincinnati,
1 mailings says Moran will dewlon Into
one of the creates! miiiu,!,,.. 1. ....
1;aKU..U'h.H.t "i11'8 18 B00'1 """ rr
".n c'uh n" n iw-
i "i"."f. ..ii'i wnrn 1 was sorely tempted
, to chuck the w hole business ho fissured
me he would make gooil before tho end
of tho season. Ho counsellpd mo lo put
my trust In the future, and he was so
1 11 ma iirKumeni tnat I Jut had
to be levo him. I had lost a small fortune
but he has redeemed It for me. Why
shouldn't I believe that Moron will heln
"You will remember I
diction thi day wo n1nv1.1l mil it I.,.
place that Stalllngs would overhaul
1. raw. 1, very ono thought I md gono
dippy when the pennant ben began to
buzz. Well, maybe I hnd, I admit the
,wish was father to the expnsslon of the
thought. Hut there wo are to-day. I'm
not claiming the pennnnt It H a long
way to the Mulsh. I think that New
York, Chicago, Kt. Louis and Hoston will
be well bunched at the end. And I think
nlso that no team has a better chanco
than that or tKiilllngs."
Mr. Gnffney, who Is considered a good
mascot by his players, will keep away
from the team so long ns thu Western
trip continues to prove profitable. Cnpt.
Johnny livers advised this. He told thn
president that If the tenm ran Into a
slump It would wire for him. Osffney
expects to Join hi battlers In Phllailel
phla, their first stop In the Kast.
III connection with tho wonderful spurt
of the Hraves thero Is a peculiar coinci
dence which Illustrates tho well known
superstition of tho profession. At tho
tlnio when tho Hraves were lit their low.
est ebb of fortune, Capt. Cuslunan A.
Hloe, a wealthy planter of Cuba and per
sonal friend of .Stalllngs, prisentdl the
big chief with a luck, coin, This had
been given to the captain by a religious
negro fanatic of the Island, who styled
himself tho Hlack Pono and who was
regarded by the colored populace In the
light of a saint. In presenting the coin
to Htalllngs Capt Klcn told him the story
of tho piece and how It was supposed
to be a talisman that would (ffect uny
wish of Its possessor, mailings of course
accepted the coin In the half chafllng
spirit In which It waa given, Tmmeliately
tho Hraves began to Improve Irt their
play. To-day the crown Jewels of Kng
land wouldn't tempt Htalllngs to part
with his luck piece.
Jim Callahan and his Wliltn Hn spent
a quiet day In town yesterday nursing
the spirit of revenge upon tho Chance
"Tell Husk for nu'." a-ild CiUalmn last
night "Hint we will lick the tar out
of him I ho rest of the games, Wr'TS)
I mil nf the lieliliiint limit. I'll ndllilt.
. .. . ,- ,
Connie Muck 1ms the H'B cinched, ns turs
an you are a foot high but Chicago
will land In the first division.
"1 expect that Jim Hcott will pitch to
morrow, t may show JJd Walsh on Tues
day but I would not dare to have lilm
advertised for a certainty as he may
not appear this series. Walsh Is anxious
to take a nine nt New York and was
ready to go In 8alurd.iy. Then- It no
question that he will bo right for tho
ChlcRgo championship If ono Is played."
Callahan would offer no prediction as
to the possible winner In the National
"The way I figure the flret four are l
on even terms. Hoston oi course is um
sensation at present, but both Chicago
sensation ai prcscin, uuv uwn. (
and St. Louis are hanging on desperately, i
My old friend McOraw has been In a I
bad slump for so long that It will bo
hard for him to cet his team out of
the losing rut."
Tto games srhedulad.
retailed Standing of the Clubs.
10 1 1
6; a to
a si 6
Games Lost,. iS7
Chlcage In New Y;rk.
HI. Ixiula In Philadelphia.
4'laveland In llonlnn.
Detroit In Wanhlngtnn.
Toronto, I: Nexark. 4.
Monlreai. 3; Jerwjr Clly. 0 (first game.
Jerwy Cltr. !: Montreal, 0 (second game,
neien Innings -arrrnnenl).
rtooheeter. 4; Provide nee. 1.
STANDING OF T1IE UI.u3.
W I. IV
XmriArncr,.. f9 tr. .Hl'Nfwark.
W. I, PC.
67 M .M4 '
M f. .4il
3 7S 316 I
lo.-hreier 4'i .6V. Toronto.
4'i :.M. Monlreai
M t.) .161 Jersey City
Newark In Montreal.
I Jerney City In Toronto
I'roTldeme 111 Uudalu.
Baltimore In Kochrater
SKEETERS AND ROYALS DIVIDE.
Knch Seeorm a Victory nt Hi
penae of the Other.
JerM-y City .ecured even W ,1th '
ontreal In the doublo bender yesterd.i)
ternoon, which featured tho wlndup of
I- ,,i 'i l'urlc TIik Itov.ils
.. .. -..I ... n,tiii. r,f
itjirrnoiin, won ii fnuii"! " i' -'
ihe'r serlea at West Side I'arlt. The ltoyals
'",, , ,i, " .inllit bv cral.bliiL- tho
mndo It three "tralght b B ral.iil lis. ino
opetiltiK ha f of the bill b a score or
S to 0. while Jersey City b Wicked th,;
Hoy.ils' attempt to make It a cleanup by
, ..I I.. !.. .1 ..ot 1
TWO DAYS AT BRIGHTON.
(1 miiiPBt-ll gji LIIVIIl III '".tmis a-vaswot i
i .1 t. I.. U.. ri.t-lt.l I
MONTIIKAI t ! JKHHBV CITV l L !
irrprrf 4 o' o ? I? o'K'pllr.lf i o ; l v oi
. . ab.r h p a e.
3 0 3 3 3 Oil'arr'l.rf. 3 0 0 1 0
4 0 1 0 0 0 lque "h. i 0 0 3 1
4 110 0 Ollt'w'h.Tb. 3 0 0 3 3
3 1 0 V 1 0, flues 3b.. 4 11 u 1 11
ii n. lu..
r, - n 1 1 .1 0 lurrr.ih. s o
HViLSb. 4O0I3 0 Kwh'n.cl 3 0
n luu, w u . v r.vn ii.i-i - -
Smllh.c 4 o l to : ol.M'phy . 3 o o 3 6
nurTp.. 3 0 0 3 3 O K'fl. e 3 j; 0 J
1 2 0
Total!. 30 3 37 0 Totals. 0 37 14 o
.... I nftanenn ll5
00000 0 00 0-0
uinl... l.3..U.lti- U1ittrnnn l?l. Ifl on
b.iws-Jerwy City. 4; MontrekJ, 6. l'ouble
playa-Smllh and i'urlell; Ilalleln and Klynn.
laws on balit-OIt Hrui k. i; oil lllohtiT. 3
htruck nut lly Ilruck. ; by lllchler. t I'artiil
ball -Smith. Umpircs-Metirs. Mullen and
Harrison. Time of game 1 hour snd 4."i nun-
MONTUEAL il. I..i JEHSEY CITY ,1 !..
ah r h 11 a e lb r li 11 k r
D'n'ger.rf 3 0 1 0 0 0 Kelly If .1113 0 0
I'lineJI.ti 3 0 0 4 6 o'rarreu.ri 3 1 1 u v v
Klp'rt It 3 0 1 0 0 0 Luuue..b. 3 0 0 0 1 0
Whlt'n.i'f 3 0 0 3 0 0 Ilucs.lb .. 3 0 I 3 0 n
Klynn.lb 3 0 0 10 0 0 ll.irr.lb. 2 0 17 10
Yeai.-rr.2b 3 0 0 1 3 OIKaehen.ef. 3 0 0 4 0 0
H'Ui n 3ti 3 0 0 1 1 O.Murphy.n 3 0 0 0 3 0
Mailden.e 3 0 0 3 1 Ollrynohl..,: 3 0 0 6 0 0
C'chm'n.p 3 0 0 0 3 0' Yerbout.p 3 0 0 1 t 0
Total 33 0 3 2112 o1 Totals... 3 3 4 21 C
(lame called by ngTetmenl.
Montreal 000000 ft-0
Jersey Clly 3 0 0 0 0 0 0-3
Two base hits Hu, Deinineer. Stolen batts
Duet, Harry. Ix-Il 011 b.ie- Momte, 3.
jerney City, I. DouHo play I'unrll and
Klynn. Klrrt baa on balls -Off Verbout, 1,
off Couchman, I. Slrurk 0111- llr Verlmm, 4;
tiy Coiirhmun, 3. Umurt llarri'on and Mul
len. Time. 1 hull.
TORONTO BOWS ITS WAY OUT.
I.nat Appeiirnut'i- of Year at Newark
Turned lulu Victory.
Nkw-aiik, Aug, 23. The Torontos
played their last game here of the season
this afturnooii and won It S tk 1. Hatting
rallies In tho fourth and sixth were re
sponsible. Thu locals hit Herbert hard
In the second Inning when they tallied
three runs, but after that Kraft's homer
In the seventh was the only tlmo they
threnteiiftl tho plate, The score!
NEWAIIK (I. 1.) I TOTtONTO (I. L.l
ab r hp a el
ab r b o a e
M'we.ss. 6 0
W'ght.lf 6 0 1 3 0 0
Fltz'k.'.'b 6 116 3 0
Wier.rf. 4 0
w,7.'m,lf 4 0
C'han.c! 4 1
K'fl lb. 4 S
Vley 3b. 4 1
K Zrm.3b 3 0
Wheat ,c. 4 0
Ie.p... 3 0
Pltk.Jh.. 6 0 0 3 3 1
Klsc'r.ts. 8 13 19 0
Jnr'n.lb, 4 3 2 11 1 t
O'Hara.cf 4 13 10 0
IVste.rf 3 0 1 3 0 0
Ki-lly.e... 4 13 0 10
Herb't.p. 1 1 0 0 3 0
Totals. 34 4 10M IS 61 Totals Si C 11
Flsner out hit by batted ball.
Toronto. 00030410 o--
iKTiiife iin.c .iinniemiaii, inraie, iier
iwn t.l o.irj-iiH-1' id - j-ririr emiiipii iih'".
Kelly (3). Tn.biiKO hits- K Zimmerman,
Mslier 'luret' pam nils -Wright. O Hiiro.
Home run Kraft
I nu,. nn li'ill . nil '
off Herbert. 2 struck out -l)v Ie. 1 lilt bv
niched IikIIs -Hy lr (Jordan). Double playa
Callahau and Wheat, Klscher, KrlUpatrirk and
Jordan, First bane on errors-Newark, lj
Toronto. S, Liifl on bisea-Nesrk, 6: Toron
to, a. tJmplresMes.rt. Hart and Cauliflower.
Time of (anie 1 hour and JO mlnulfi
Ill H n.
Rochester (I. L-)-. . , 0 0 0 : 0 0 : 0 0 4 1
Providence (I. U). . 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 01 7 1
llatterlts Kochesler. HnfT and Williams;
Providence, Schulti und Onslnw.
Nalltmnl ltcenilt llents llroiriia,
Utica, Aug. 23. Pitcher Ilrower, last
spring a recruit with tho Bt, IaiuIs Na
tionals, kept tho St, I.ouls Americans'
hits scattered In an exhibition game to
day which Utica won, li to 3, Poor work
behind Ilrower saved St. Iiuls from u
shutout. Tho score!
II. II 1!
Ht. Liillls .. , 0 0 t 0 0 ; 0 0 0 It 9 !
Utica 0100:002 05 8 S
llalterles llnrh and Halt: Ilrower and
Ahlta. Umpires I.eary and Simon.
I'hllllpa I.iiiih" II much Clinmplon,
IiNil Hhancii, Aug, 23. J. Campbell
Phillips, former champion of the Holly,
wood links, won the championship of the
Ising Hranch Golf Club to-day, defeating
I. P. Higenaherger by 4 up and .1 to
play. In tho earlier rounds Phillips beHt
George Levey and 6, Sidney Forech
defeated Martin Heck by default and
Arthur Miller defeated M Levy 4 Hnd 3,
In thn semi-finals Phillips defeated Forsch
S and and Itcgotmbeigor dtftatcd Miller
CARDINALS CREEP DP
NEAR TOP OF LADDER
Defeat Dodders Reforo Crowd of
20,000 While Pennant i
Rce Is Buzzinff.
0NE WORD AND GO," EAS0N
, , p.m o ttj Nret rtaceTor all ages! high weight handl.
Dolan'8 Silonco Saves Ilim as!Mt.oiu: eeiiinc six furlongs:
His Rat Hurtles Through
Air at Schmutz.
Br. 1X.W.. Aug. 2.-Twenty thousand I
spectators saw the Cardinals trample on i
tlio crippled Hrooklyns to-day and climb i
within hailing distance of first place.
The score here was 7 to 3, Ilrooklj'ti, J
minus the services of Pnubert. O'Mara (
and Dalton, who batted once for tho i
nltcher. nrovivl eaav nlcklnc for Htlgelns's
penuatit chasera. Bchmuti was knocked
off the slab by the Ht. Louis sluggers.
niton Cruise welcomed Bchmuti s sue-
CMinp I'ntmun 111 flnltllnv ttij. hull fnr
a homer, the longest drive of the season
on Hoblnson I'leld. The Cardinals scored ,
four runs off Hchmutr and hammered
Kuzmnii for three more. 1
I)olnn and Hchmutz had a funny runln. i
a.ht.,ii, .... ... . nnur i.it.i.. rw.i.1. AM . v, 1
head with the ball. Dolan retaliated by
throwing his bat at tho Brooklyn pitcher,
t.'mplre Mai Knson says he would have
benched both men If they had said one
word to each other.
New York opens with the Cardinals
to-morrow In an Important series of the I
championship flsht. Doak pitches for '
Ht. I.ouls In tho opener and Mathewson
probably will work for New York. The
HT. LOUIS (If. L )
sb r n p a e
an r n p a e
m.,..l rt l 0 0 1 0 0 H'rlni !h. 1 3 3 3 3 1
... ...en ntMufM.lh. 4 1 217 t 0
Mr,ra.. f 4 13 10 oll)nln,lf.. 4 13 10 0
wiat.ll. 3 0 1 4 0 OlMlller.at.. 3 1 3 3 7 0
Krn. 4 0 1 3 3 2 Wilion.rf. 4 0 110 0
Hiim'i ib 4 o o k o ii Crnlw.cf. 4 1110 0
um.Jh 3 0lo: o;Hc-k.3b. .3 1 0 0 4 0
M'Carty.c 3 0 0 1 4 oiwingo.e. . 4 0 1 3 0 1
riaeher.R. 1 o n 5 0 :' 1'ernit.p 3 0 0 0 i 0
Sihm'i.p looooo, --
Iijllnn 1 0 0 0 0 0 Totala, 3: 7 II 37 17 3
Ilium'n.p 1 0 o o 1 0i
Totalu S3 3- 7 34 16 41 , , , , ,
'Hailed lor Sclimutt In the alith Inning
llrooklyn 0000001 0 3-3
SI. Ixiula 3 0 I I 0 I 3 0 ..7
Three ba hit Myern Home rtin-Cmlee
"m-rlfli-e IiIik ,1 Miller. IVrrltt Sa-Tlflcr 11 -Wheal
Mnlrn bape-I)olan. Perk. Hoggin".
Maire. Iloilble playa--Eiail, CilUhau and
Jmmel M, ny,?
mn l,k.ck' yp,, bw 0 ba.o(f Km
maIli ) tiXrnrV out-liy IVrrltt. 3; by Km
man. 1: bv Srhniuli. 1 PlU'liilur re-ord- Of
- - - - - .... ,. ... , .....
man, i r.inicn inn n irrui. ; i'j r.n.-
man. I: by brhniuli. I Pilrhliur ris-ord- Off
b-hmutx. bila. 4 runs In lire Innings: oft I
Kn,m a , , ruIl, , lhrM inninra. LIt
,,.. St. Iiuls. 6: llrooklyn. 3 trmplrc .
K.n sl Quigley Time. 1 hour and
1 .URiiiiff , niomniiiir mcci win itprn
HI limn? , rpi. n.
T.(1 nf ll,lln,nflhu rupliiB- In.
tm of only on ar HchettuleJ for the
I.niMr Day holldayH at llrlghton
Hatch track. The matinee meet will
open Saturday. Keptember 5, and will be
resumed on Monday, September 7. The
programme for the opening day Is to
lie made up of a number of short sprints
and on Labor Day the feature event.
1 the Itbor Day sweepstakes for a dls
tnn.. of inn ni for a nllrie of J1.000
, . ... .... .
proiniKPi. in no one m ine inun .-i:uiiik
. . ... .. ( ,, .
eenturls ever reeled off on a mile dirt
.... n. , , . , ... 1. . ,- t . r-t
inica. win evrnt is 10 ne a i. inns i.
free for nil. which means that nil the
cais entered In the other events will
he eligible Handicap events also will be
staged each day Mnny of the star
drivers racing nt Hlgln have nrranged to
pret,s their ears east In tlmo to tuno
them up for the opening meet.
At the lat meet nt Hrlghton Heach
Unlph De Talma made a cleanup and
had thing pretty much his own way, but
this season he will bo In competition with
mine of the fastest cars and drivers In
the country and probably will have any
thing but nn easy time of defeating them.
Among the probable starters will be
Ralph Mulford, winner of numerous big
races; I'ddle Hlckenbacher, who won tha
30n mile race nt Sioux City recently:
Kddle rullen, winner of the last Grand
I'rlze race; Harry Grant, two time win
ner of the Vanderhllt cup; nill Chandler,
Joe Horan. Jack I.eCaln, Tom Alley,
U Helnemann and others.
TYRUS COBB THE WHOLE SHOW.
Tints Home Itnns and Pilches
One Full lniilnsr.
HAl.TlMonK, Aug. 13. The Petrolt
Tigers slipped over from Washington f
Play Jnck Dunn's Orioles this afternoon
and won by the scoro of 8 to 1. Ty Cobb
wa the whole show, the Detroit slugger
making three hits, a single, a double nnl
a triple. Cobb drove In six of the
Tigers' run. He tripled In the fourth
with three on.
Williams pitched n nice game for the
DetrolterB, holding the nirds to four
hits and ono counter. McAvoy saved his
mnle rrnm a whltewrnh by tripling In
thn third and scoring on nn out. Jarmnn
was found for Ilfleen hits by the Amer
ican Leaguers, Cobb tickled the 4,000
fan that saw the game hy pitching the
last Inning, retiring the side In order,
n ii. k
Detroit 10340010 0 II 16 3
Ilaltlmore 00100000 01 4 1
flatteries Williams, MrKtf snd tlaker.
Jsrman and McAvoy
j TEAL STARTS LAST; ENDS FIRST.
h,,!,,!. rkiti.t Ttnl 1SII T... tts.l.
' ' ""' " nrn' rllrr Tito I, Mile
Port Washiniiton, I.. I., Aug. 23.
The most Interesting race held at the
Port Washington Yacht Club between the
boats known ns the duck class took place
this afternoon, With a breeze to the
southward, which made It necessary fnr
larger sailing craft to tie In one or two
leefs, the ducks started and finished with
The race was started In two sections.
Although tho Teal, owned by Charles K.
Hyde, started five minutes behind the
llrst section, sho was tho first to finish,
beating the leader of the first section by
nearly two minutes, while thn second boat
In her own division was beaten by nearly
Jack Hohlnson, who owns tho Hald
iieiui, 111111 111111 .inss iinoinson as nis guest,
upset his craft when rounding the first
mark. The same fato befell Morgan
Hotchklss, owner of the Ited Head, with
Mrs, Htissell Hunro uh crew. Fortunately
help was at hand and both crews were
roscued, Tho summaries:
TOUT WAHIIINHTON HAY DUPK CI.AHS
CLASH A MTAUT. 3:06 COUHHK,
4 .11 1 1. I.M,
tlnal and Owner. Finish
Cool, Wilson Dodge, 4:03:Ot
liyer, Allan Walker 4 1 1 3 : 0 0
Lame Duck, V. Klelirath. 4113:00
Whlatler, F. Lyons 4117:00
Ilrnad lllll. W II. Wlniert 4:2:0O
1 SO '00
1 1 1 1 00
Hluu lllll, r lutnn , 111,1 not finish
lied Head, M Hnti'liklis. Did nut finish
CLAHH fl- -HTAHT. 3 : 1 0 COUHKU, I
Teal. (' II. Ilydt . . 4:01 -13 0 61-11
lllark Dll, k II, V. Willis 4,07.00 0,37:00
Ugly luiikllng, W Trench 4.10 00 1:00,00
Hald Head, J Ilobtnton.. Did not finish.
PROBABLE WINNERS OF
SARATOGA RACES TO-DAY.
rlrat Ilaee Water WMI, Faicl
natlngi Unrle Jlmmle.
Nrrnnd Ilace Leunian, Hand Hog,
Third naeeOnat, Monlpeller Stable
entry, Iielmnnt entry.
Fourth Bare He) boom, Tattt, nil
I'lflh Itaee Nan Vega, Ande, Syoi
Hlxth naee Whitney entry, Brook.
Ide Stable entry, Trojan.
TO-DAY'S CARD FOR SARATOGA.
ivautT euea,...,. i.ny uimp
.. latiAUamahs 171
ndaunted 1 Yodtllng 116
Sewnd Ila For three-yeara otda and up
ward: maldensi steepleehaae: about two mllni
Oreraeer 146Iumaa 1
V?' 5iV7a .!. n
sand llor 143! Hlnc Marshal 112
Third lUosror Iwo-yssr olds; aelllng: the
jin? 1 ..
(Julen tl . ... ,
110 One Mini ..
. 10T lluiy Edith
105 Corttcan ...
.. 101'Murieon ....
,, lo.'i'Kr nrock ...
rmrh liar-l'or three rear olds and up-
ward; handicap; one mile.
in. Mimr Ian Ke jbourn Wl
ill rmrj I'iUn '
Tana . . Wlillnlidsy ... . "
J'Jl' i'0' ,1,5rN","r 0,d" upwl,,1:
Utile Nearer mllloblnetla 107
1 1 ' ii riein
nzi.Mwara riri ... i"
!iuSyoi1 3d 1
ttlith lltios Tor two year-olda; handicap; sli
The I'lnn .
PolUh . . .
Spun (llass .,
Mtsa Klelder ..
Dinah Do ,
. Mil Ivy Marquette
Apprentice allowani-e claimed.
NO CHANGE IN WOMEN'S GOLF.
National Tourney IVeglns Sept. 14
Under lst Yesr'n l'lan.
The programme for the women's
national golf championship at the Nassau
Country Club September 14-19 shows that
no changes have been made In the condi
tions iroveriilng the tourney. An eigh
teen hole qualifying round will be pluyeig
on Monday, September 14, tliirty-iwo to
qualify, and one eighteen hole match
round will be played each morning there
after, the final coming on Saturday, Sep
The women's national championship Is
open to all women golfers belonging to
the United States Onlf Association and to
foreigners win, may be Invited by the
V H, O. A. executive committee. The
present chumplon. Miss (Study's ltavens-
croft. Is a British gnirer t.nt
close at 5 P. M. on Monday, S
- , ... , . i!ntH Hti
croft. Is a Ilrttlsh gnlfer Kntries will
New York city
All Intending competitors should send
In their nnmeiT'through the secretaries of
the clubs to which they belong and each
entry should be accotnpnnled by n $5 fee.
The Nassau Country Club announces
that the courre will bo open to entrants
for the championship during the week
preceding the tourney.
The usual number of special events
have been nrranged for the nfternoons
of championship week. The programme:
Monday, September 11. 10 A M. Cham,
plonnhln qualifying round, rlglutrn holes
Turaday, September 16. 10 A. M. Cham
pionship, firm match round, 1:10 l. M
r.igntetn nolo ineilul play handicap tor non-
1 . UeUnts
.. -.! r -.v. ... . ..t-rili'--r I., IV A. 31
IV.,.... .... k. . . ,a . . r
championship, terond match round, 1:30 V
I AI. -Eighteen holt- handicap against tiogty!
1 Th,, rulu ,' K.nt.ml.. 1? ilk . t "'I. . ...
...' .." "y . .-i -v,i.in
third match rtiunil 1-30 I M
irlvliiK, approaching and putting ennttsts.
rrlilay, tii-ptemLtr 1. 10 A. M, Cham
pionship, srinl-flnal round. li.K I. M Ilt-.i
ball foursome, ncratrh
ffatunlay. Heptember 1. 10 A M Cham
plouihlp, tlnal ruund. 1:30 I'. M -Elghteen
hoi, mixed foursome nietlsl play hnndlcap.
n the special events, including the
mixed foursomes on Saturday, women not
entered for tho championship will not bo
allowed to compete.
ELAINE GOLD IN G REPEATS SWIM.
(itx-s J'roui Ilullrry to C'tiuey laland
In Knur nnd n Half Honrs.
Mls4 Ulalno Goldlng of Hath Heach,
champion woman long distance swimmer
of the Kaat, wop the open swim from
the Hattery to Steeplechase l'.irk. Coney
Island, yesterday. Mis Guiding suc
cessfully defended her tltlu against three
feminine challengers and after 4G minutes
lead (.rally to thu end, finishing strong In
the remarkable time of i hours 31 min
utes mid 45 seconds. Miss I.oulse S,
Ucbus, tho eighteen-year-old water
nymph of Philadelphia, proved tho only
ono beside Miss Goldlng equal to the
great task. Her time for the fourteen
miles was 4 hours 4 7 minutes and 30
ntcontla. Hoth winner and runnerup are
Tho excellent performances of the
Misses Goldlng nnd Debus were height
ened by the fact that their two pro
fessional rivals, Miss Huso Pltonof ot
Dorchester, Mass., and MUs Nora Leahy
of this city, were forced to retire. Hoth
announced that they had been forced
out of tho raro by the blinding rays
of tho sun. Miss I.eahy took cramps
shortly after the start, but continued
for nearly three hours, Miss Pltonof gave
up nfler 2 hours and 39 minutes.
Yesterday's accomplishment by Miss
Goldlng Is considered more creditable
than Hint ot Commodoro Alfred Hrown,
the professional who swam from tho
Hattefy to West Twenty-fifth street.
Coney Island, In 4 hours 23 minutes nni
30 seconds, us the woman champion had
to cover half a mile more.
Homer linker Arrives Home.
Homer linker of the New York Athletic
Club, holder of the one-half mile national
t tie, who has been compet ng n Hurope
tne thi nrutt tun mnnll . nrHv.H i,n,J,
for tno past two months, armed home
vesterdnv on the steainshlii Cameron a of
tho Anchor Lino from Glasgow, Scotland.
Haker captured the. 880 yard Kngllsh
champlonohlp, and then went on to Scot.
land, where he won many special races.
Haker will begin training at once to do
fend his title at the national champion
ship track nnd field games, to bo held
In Ilaltlmore next month.
Chappie Una Fust Workout.
With his left leg In a bandage as a
result of Saturday's fall, Arthur Chapplo
I worked a fast five miles at tho Hrtelitiin
' lleaoh Motordrome vestitrdav iifferiioini.
coverltur the distance In 3 minutes and
seconds. Tho speed king look the
ride to condition himself for noxt Wednes.
day's tussle with liert Sayer and John
I'ngerland, tho men he was scheduled to
meot Saturday night After twenty miles
of Jogging and the fust tlvo milts lie ex
pressed himself as confident of being
ready for tho race, In ttplto of the fall.
Qnlnlnn Won't Go tn White Sor.
'Oakland, Cal., Aug. 23.--The deal Vy
which the Oakland club wns to get In.
fielder Alcock and a cash consideration
from Iho Chicago Amorlcans In exchange
for Outfielder yulnlan has been blocked
by tho refusal of Qu iil.in to tdgn a 191,r,
contract, Alcock has been notified by
wire not to start West Quintan is said
to havo been approached by Federal
NOT SATISFIED THAT
REGRET IS SUPERIOR
Unlucky Pebbles Is Faneled by
Many and Match Race Has
NEITHER. ONE IN FUTURITY
Enables to Thnt H.cIi Event
Entered for Tryout in
HAftATOOA, Aug. 23. This village la
still divided on the. question of which
Is the best two-year-old of tho year
Harry Payne Whitney's ttegret or
Jutncs Hutler's Pebbles. Unfortunately
this point cannot be settled In tho Fu
turity, which, with thn Haratoga cup
and Heverwyck Steeplechase, will help
to bring tho siroce-ssful meeting of the
Saratoga association, an n close next
A match rc between ltegret and
Pebbles has been suggested, but there,
are no official grounds for believing tuy
will com together again, unless they
meet In the Grab Handicap next Wedlics
da. In that race tho penalty t ar oil
by Itegret for winning the Hi'peful
will bring her weight up to 129 pounds,
nnd as Pebbles Is In with 127 the
tllly will havo to concede five pounds,
according to the scale to the unfortunate.
That theje two stars are Ineligible
for the Futurity rather adds to than
detracts from the Interest In that
classic, which In consequence will at
tract a largo field and probably w'll
prove tho richest race ot tho season
under the auspices of tho Jockey Club
It In believed there will te at least
a dozen starters, and as many ot the
youngsters have been raced purely with
the Idea of winding up with a brilliant
victory In this event the competition
Is sure to be an open one and in ull
likelihood fought out lo the last sttldc.
Many of the T"uturlty candidates his
enfered In tho handicap for two-year-olds
to-morrow, and of these The Mas
quorader, owned by Hal Parr. Polish
now tho property of Ixiuls Wlnaus of
Hrlghton, Kngland, and Thn Finn, lr li
will carry tho colors of John H. Mad
den, who bred liltn, a will us Polish
Spun Glass and Dinah Do, both ellg bl
to run for Harry Pane Whitney, Hro
elated to take their public trial for th
Futurity In tomorrow's haudlrap, as
aro the Monlpeller Stable's Pixy und
Schuyler 1.. Parson's Kuska.skU.
Capt. Cassatt will have a formidable
pair In Garbage nnd Trial by Jury, though
tho former has more than nullified hi
allowance for his dam not having pre
viously produced a winner by tho pen
alties Incurred for his stake victories here.
He will be near the top of tho list with
127 pounds, while Trial by ury gets in
with 117. The Canadian filly Sea Shell
gives U. J. Mackentle an excellent chnncs
to take Uie priza across the border, and
tho West nlso has an undeniable chance,
as Johnson N Camden's colors will bo
carried by Solly, which proved his lleet
neisH by breaking the truck record for tlvu
and a half furlongs at tho present meet
ing. Intcretit In the Huron Handicap, for
three-year-olds, on Tuesday will depend
largely on whether Pennant and Hoamer
both go to tho poet. The pair Is placed
on even terms by Handlcapper Vosburgh,
Hoamer receiving only tho gelding ullow
ance from Pennant, In spile of tho fact
that the latter has not been seen under
silk at the meeting. Jimmy Howe's nbll
Ity to fend a horso to tho post lit to
run the first tlmo out will Insure Pennnnt
a number of supporters If tho stublo elects
to take a chance with him, As a matter
of fact, Luko McLuke Is rated as three
pounds better than either of the Kastern
cracks over the routo of one mile and a
quarter, but there Is little chanco that
John W Schorr will ship hlm for the race.
' Few of tho top notchers aro enfered in
tho Saratoga Cup, which will be run over
the mile and six furlongs course on Sat
urday, and the fact that the Kngllsh
Jumper Marcelllnus bled In his last race,
will take a lot of Interest from tho Hever
wyck Steeplechase Handicap, which will
wind up the competitions through tho
neiu. r . Amoroso Clark holds a strong
hand with I.ysander nnd others) wnich
have won at the meeting, but there l
Just n chance that J, K. Wldenor may dis
pute lils claims successfully with cither
Itellut or Hlbart.
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